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Array ���������A    X  u  Li^ .e.y -< ~v.J  \j  Jou  SATURDAY,   JUNE 21. 3902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  We arc* 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 thc 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 recognized to be superior to  any made in Canada for  ,Style,, arid .Durability.  We.have, them in all the  V-      Latest Patterns.     .' *  Neck Ties  ��������� The ceieb'ratedCur'rieTie  ���������The Spring-'Patterns  in these Goods have just  ��������� been received,'* and*- for  Beauty and Taste, excel  ' *'* 'anything " yet" produced'  ���������_by this Renowned Firm  of Tie. Makers..    ,   *.   *  Hats! Gaps!  "* The wor'ld-r e rio w n'e'd'  .*.' 7. Christie and Fedora Hats  -     A   consignment   in   the  ' 'Latest   Styles   has"   just  ���������- -been opened 'up.1- '' '"=' '"  For Spring and:Summer."  ..A well selected vco'nsign-'  ment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, .woolen  Balbriggan and Fleece-  Lined Underwear just to  Hand.  Hosiery  Ladies' a'nd,Gcnt's_ Hps-  . iery in - Silk, iCash'mere,  and* Wool. A'complete  stock of the Latest Patterns and Best Quality.  Hardware  A carload ;of:.Assorted  Hardware just opening  up.  The Programme for the Two  Days���������Football, Baseball, Lacrosse, Cricket, Shooting, and  Other Sports.  The follow! up; is the complete  programme for Mm Coronation cele-  tiralinn to lit* hold in the city next  Thursday and I*'riday:  I1HST   HAY.  Shooting Com petition���������Lievelstoke  Challenge Cup and prizes. 1) to 11.  Football���������Vernon v. Gulden Juniors,  11 :H0 to ,12:30.  Senior Football -Revelstol'.e versus  Golden, 1:30 to Ii, medals.  Lacrosse ��������� Kamloops v. Revelstoke,  :i to 4:30.  File Urigade Contest���������IIuli and Hull  mid Watet Test races.  Quarter mile open, 1st "pri/.e. value  $10; 2nd value $7.ii0.  Running long jump, 1st prize, value  $3.50; 2i-.il value $2.  Standing long jump without weight?,  1st prize, value .$3.25; 2nd prize, value  $1.25.        "��������� ���������  Kgg and spoon race, 1st prize, value  $3.25.  Girls race (under 15) 1st prize, value  $7.50.  Firemen's race, (open only lo  genuine members of Nos. 1, 2, and C.  P.^R. Fire Brigades), 1st prize, value  $10; 2nd, value $3 35: 3ul, value $2.  Evening���������Promenade conceit at the  Skating Rink. _ Ping Pong, Tennis anil  Quoits., 'Music by. the Revelstoke  Independent.'Band, admission 25 cents.  SKCONIJ    DA.Y.  Shooting Competition���������The Cowan,  Holleii, Downs Co.'s Cup nnd prizes,  9 toll.  Football���������Kiimlonps v. Revelstoke.  Martin Challenge Cup, 11:30 to 12:30.  Junior Football Finals���������Revelsloke  v. winner of Vernon and Golden  match. 12:30 to 1:30.'  Baseball���������Enderby    v.   Revelsloke,  medals, 1:30 to 3:30.'  " Cricket���������Liberals  v.   Conservatives,  3:30' to 7.    -.,' -   "' '-'     '  One hundred Yards, open, 1st prize  Value $10; 2nd, viilue $5.  Putting Shot. 1st prized value $5; 2nd  $2 50.  - "Sack lace. 1=1 piize. value $3.25;  ''  Machinists race. 100 yards, 1st prize,  value.$3 25.  Bicycle race, One mile, npun, In lie  run from Opera House, 1st prize,  value $10; 2nd, value $5. ���������'.-;  Children's races wil! be arranged on  ground by.committee. ��������� ��������� :  - A grand ball will bo held in the  Opera..House on Friday night, music  will be furnished by.Revelstoke Band.  Light; refreshments will be served.  Admission, Gentlemen $1; ladies 50c.  Goodeve on the.Lead Industry  A. S. Goodeve, who went to Toronto  as delegate from the Kootenays to the  Dominion convention of the hoards of  trade, is now in Guelph, visiting the  scenes of his old home. ' Ho leaves for  Rossland tliis week. Prior to leaving  Toronto' on '���������'the "conclusion of ' the  business men's parliament, Mv. Goodeve discussed the results accomplished  in connection with, the silver-lead  "iudustiTyMnr~Canatla^witli''ir7A[ail7!ind  Empire reporter as follows:'. *,  " We feel sure that we shall receive  the support of all  the manufacturers  of Eastern Canada in our endeavor to  secure the  Canadian  market for'our  home mining.-��������� Various men*'whom J  interviewed expressed  themselves as  much pleased at the rapid   development and great value of the wealth of  our'mineral--resources.     Up   to'the  present time,  the  value   of   the   lead  products mined in  British  Columbia  lias reached the large total of $25,000,-  000, ant. thc  present position is such  that when the -readjustment   of   the  tariff asked for nt the'conference   is  granted, British Columbia will lie in a  position to turn   out   fifty thousand  tons per annum.    Kven at the present  low price of lead this would  lie equal  to, including the earnings  for transportation   and refining,  about  $0,000  :per annum.    There is no manufacturing    industry  where' all     the    raw-  material   can   be secured  within  the  country.   The ore is mined by Canadian  miners,   the   lime  tor   flux     i.s  quarried by  Canadians,  the coal and  coke    are    mined .in     Canada     hy  Canadians,   the    dry    ores   used   in  connection ��������� with   the    smelting    aie  mined in Canada, and all labor used  is   skilled,, at   the   highest    rate   of  wages.     Indirectly this  has a large  bearing on the'mining and treatment  of low grade dry ores, as in smelting  silver lead ores the actual charge only  coutains from 15  to 20   per   cent,   of  silver   lead   ores,   the   balance  being  made up of low grade gold and copper  ores, containing a large percentage  of  iron.   Thus we are   enabled   to  mine  large quantities of low grade dry ores  which otherwise would be tmprofitably  hundled.     " Miners  as  a    class are  proverbial for their good  living." said  Mr. Goodeve, "and among no other  class ij, there so great a consumption  per capita of high grade food products  such as produced in the agricultural  districts of Canada. The machinery  used is.of the most expensive kind, a  large proportion of which is made in  Ontario and Quebec."  Eugene V. Debs.  To the outward senses Mr. Delis  presents a very pleasing picture of a  gentleman iu the conventional sense  of the word. He is tall, erect, very  bald, with an expressive, sensitive  countenance. His manner is cordial  and his language and method of  utterance are as beyond reproach as  those of any man 1 have ever seen iu  .Mayi'air or Fifth avenue. It was  almost a shock to me to behold llio  man as he is, after the scurrilous  descriptions one has read iu those  organs wliich help to form public  opinion, which are such a questionable  addition lo our national intelligence.  So much then for what of Mv. Delis  appears to llie outward' senses: it  bears lhat lest whicli is said to be  infallible in judging ihe conventional  gentleman, namely, that if he were  standing silent and unknown among a  lot of men, one would notice him and  would nut know why.  This, however, i.s very immaterial,  for it is when one approaches that'  part of man which lights and forms  the outer man, that ,one becomes  really consi iuus thai onu is in the  presence of a true man. Tl becomes  evident to any eyes that can see, that,  here is really a manly man, who  dwells higher 1 ban his stomach, from  that fact, that like every great man,he  is possessed by his idea.  * J lis audience of at least 1,200 would  testify to his skill and truth. For my  part, and [ claim to have heard some  of lhe best, 1 have never heard a  speaker who had a, clearer or more  sanguine and thorough belief iu the  true knowledge of his statements.  I declare that lie who is unhesitatingly following wherever the truth  shall lead him, cannot, dare to inis=s  hearing and explaining the idea, of so  true a man a.s 31r.-Debs. It is wilh  the purpose of moving men of all  parties to hear him and without bias  consider his plan, it i.s because I know  that, whatever their "ultimate conclusion and action may be aftei*  hearing him, their sense of patriotism,  will be "more logical and purer,'and'  lheir action in any direction more full  of brotherly love" and the. knowledge  of our present chaos that I have  written this at such length.���������State  Journal, Kansas.  ��������� Kugene V. Dubs lectures here on  the 251 h instant,  in Tapping's  Opera  ���������House. ' ���������  Board of Arbitration Gives Out  It's Award, which is Mutually  Satisfactory ��������� Gives   Average  ���������   Advance of Fifteen per cent.  The board of arbitration, who have  been sitting fur the past, few days al  Tiii'fiiitu. adjusting the wages of the  C. P. It. trackmen, concluded Lheir  labors Saturday night. The board  was composed of John T. Wilson, of  St. Louis, Met., president of the  lliollii'i'bocd of It.iih'imd Trackmen,  representing lhe men; Chief ICugineer  Gnlelius, of lhe maiuleiiiiiu'e of way  department. Mnnlii-itl, representing  lhe company, and Chancellor Boyd as  thi** third party.  Tbe award was in,ide public on  Saturday night, and is salisfaclory lo  llie men and to the cum], my alike.  It amounts to an average advance of  (1 fleen per cent all round- and is as,  follows :  Luke S.iperior, Division���������There will  be two rates for this division. Yard  foremen at North Bay, Webbwobd,  Sault Ste Marie, Curlier. Chapleau.  White Itiver and Schreiber will  receive $2.25 per day. Other foremen  east, ot dirtier $1.00 per day; other  foremen west of Carlier $2 per "day;  section men east of Curlier SJ.35 per  day; section men west of Carlier $1.-10  per day. . '  Western Division���������Yard foremen at  Winnipeg and at Fort William  $2.00 per day ; yard foremen  at Ignace, It'll Portage, Brandon,  Binadview. Moose .law, Swift Current,  Medicine Hat. Calgary and Cranbrook.  $2.10 per day; other foremen, Port  Arthur to Laggan and Crow's Nest  $2 25 per day; foremen Crow's Nest to  Kootenay Landing, $2.35 per day;  yard section men at Fort William and  Winnipeg $1 50 per day: other section  men. Port Arthur to Laggan and  Crow's Nest $1*10 per duy; section  men. Crow's Nest to Kootenay Land*  iiut. $1 50 pni*.day.     *'    ..������������������'-��������� \.  Pacilic Division���������"Yard foremen at  Vancouver $2 00 per day; yard foremen  nt Vancouver section 1, North-Bend.  Kamloops, Revelstoke, Field, Rogers'  Pass; Laggan. $2,40 per day; other line  "foremen $2.25 pet'-tliiyf.section nien at.  Vancouver yard $1.50 per day; .it all  other main .line points, section men  $1.40'per day. ....  Kootenay Branches���������Yard foremen  at. Nelson and at Smelter .1 unction  $2 40 ppr day; foremen .at all other  points $2 35 per day; section men at all  points $I.(il) per day; extra gunj:  foremen of the'Pacilic division shall  receive from $2 50 to $3.50 prrday: all  oilier extra gang*foremen shall receive  fiom $2 to $3 per day; assistant extra  gang foremen and assistant yard  foremen shall receive not less thun the  mini mum paid lo lhc skction forcmPii  on their respective divisions.  A copy of the award as given above  was sent lo the' head ollice of lhe C. P.  It. at Monli'fiil on Saturday mght to  hu formally ratified and signed by the  company.  Must be Recorded When Done.  lu the I!. C, Gazette, notice is given*  thnt the lieutenant-governor in council  has Hindi'Lhe following order minting  to Sec. 143 of the Mineral Act:  That paragraph two of Sec. 5 of the  Mineral Acl Amendment Act, 1803, be  so inlerpieied that should any free  miner perform assessment work un liis  claim during aiiy one year to the value  of one hundred dollars or more in ex  cess of lhe amount required to be done  in any one year by the .Mineral'Act,  Lhe right thereby given such free miner  of recording a certificate of the work  douu to the value of each one hundred  dollars so as to cover his assessment  woi k for an additional year in respect  of each ono hundred dollars in excess,  shall be exercisable only at the time  of record of the'eertiftcate of work in  respect of the amount required to hold  the claim during the year in which  such excess shall lie performed. This  order came into force on June 1st.  A wind storm of unpiecedented  velocity swept'over Kaslo and' Kootenay lake Thursday afternoon, damaging property to the extent of some  thousands of dollars* A fire alarm  was rung in just as lhe wind was at its  worst, but the bla'/.o was promptly  put out by' the chemical' apparatus.  Lindsay's boat house and :i number of  boats were entirely demolished. The  K. R. & N. Co.'s wharf broke from its  moorings and the lake fleet .;wns  greatly delayed:' CVE. Sands was pre{  cipitated into six feet, of wiiler and  narrowly escaped lieing lashed to  pieces by waves and wreckage. -C." 11.'  Bonner, also known at the Coast,  narrowly escaped death in a runaway  during the fire. He received a nasty  cut on the' head.   ,  .*  To see what is correct in Dress Goods for Summer, you must see what this Store is  showing. That fact is gaining prominence every season, and this season will be more prominent than ever, and our stock of popular priced Dress Goods has been supplemented by an  extensive arrav 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 and most desirable,���������not a collection made, up of what .ts.  readiest to hang or most easily obtained, but a stock of unparalleled   variety   gathered   from  every source far and near, wherever Dress Goods of merit are produced.       , * '     .  ������������������..nu���������w*tiie*ri.x....* '  UP-TO-DATE   SUITS     FOR    THE     BOYS    AT     A     BARGAIN  Blouse Suits  Tweed Suits  Fauntleroy Suits.  Boys'Clothing is one of our special hobbies. We make it a strong point to buy the  nattiest and most durable suits for tlie little fellows. Wc think you can get suited in any style  and at prices that we know cannot be equalled. Our stock this season i.s 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  this week than we hbvc ever done before in thc history of this store. Our range of Styles and  Prices is still complete���������better values were never offered : i(  Men's All-Wool English Serge Suits���������Heavy Railroad Serge���������Single Breasted.    Regular $13 50.    ft11 -f.  T2 PRICE        * ��������� ' ���������������"  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  The situation is somewhat quieter  among the striking silk dyei-s at  Paterson, S.3.  Lord Kitchener arrives at Ca.ietou'n  on the 2*"iil and sails lor England on  the same day.  Two Northern Pacific trains collided  at Staples, Minn. Five trainmen were  killed and several others injured.  Five hundred musicians will take  part, in thelalloo.it Montreal on the  eve of Coronation Day celebration.  Peter Dowling. baseball player of  Sacramento, (.:,il.. saved three men  from drowning at that place today.  Walter Cordon was hanged at  Brandon, Man., this moi ning for the  minder of Charles D.iw and Jacob  Smith.  Bituminous coal is being brought to  New York from Wales. It is probable that anthracite coal will also be  imported.  The Provincial Legislature has  finished its woik for thi.s session. A  formal prorogation will be held at  noon today.  Buckly, "Washington, is threatened  with a complete destruction by love st  fires. The Tacoma fire department  has gone to tho scene.  The Italian Chamber of Commerce  at ."New. York will; try to arbitrate  between the striking silk dyers) and  theii'employers at Paterson. N.J. All  is quiet at_ Patterson today.. Troops  are held in.readiness for rioting.  ������������������*Fivp.'-'thousand-- tons-^of ' Egyptian  sugar has reached Philadelphia,  and was grown in .*. district that before  being irrigated was barren. * It is said  to be at the present time the richest in  saccharine of any district in the  world.  Lord Charles Beresford, in the  House ;of Commons, made another  attack on the Admiralty today, saying  that theonly reforms which have taken  place had been because, of. outside  pressure, and he advocated a separate  business board "to be held responsible  for naval efficiency. The treasury  control, he said, was fatal to efficiency.c  The Irish League, is going to keep  Coronation Day as a day of mourning."  At Clare   Morris,   in   the   county- of  Mayo, the black flag will be hoisted"  over the council chamber.   The people  are invited  to join  iii' celebrating in'  this   way the   '��������� Coronation   of   King  -Edwar'dr-to���������whose���������go vernment-the'-  people of Ireland owe famine, coercion  and castle rule."  SALE  Men's Pure Wool Tweed Suits, Brown and Grey Checks.     They nre well worth .$12.00.   Sale  Price Per Suit ' :..."..      $ 8.00  You 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 piice. we aie willing to return your money in full.  Boots and Shoes.  We carry an extensive stock of the above goods by the best manufacturers in Canada.  Everv article'of Footwear is made of good material and made for rough usage.  Railway Notes.  .The C. P. R. has a large extra gang  at work widening the rock cuts along  Nakusp k Slocan.  The C.P.K. is going to take over the  steamboat service on Trout Lake and  run it in   conjunction   with   the   new  railroad.  ' Dan Calder. fireman on the local  C P.K. locomotive has been promoted  to a similar position on the main line,  and will be on the" Imperial Limited  run from Vancouver to North Bend.  He is succeeded by file man Johnson,  of Vancouver. James Mack, also of  tho local train crew, is temporarily  away, having been called to Kamloops by the death of a near relative.  His place is being taken by Mr.  Edwards, of Vancouver.���������New Westminster Columbian.  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  i-  Cheap Rates.  In connection with the celebration  by the Orangemen in this city on the  2th July next, the C. P. K. have  granted cheap excursion rates from  the following points to Revelstoke and  return:  Ashcroft &4 85  Kamloops '..   3 75  Salmon Arm     1 95  Vernon     3 65  Golden".     2 So  Arrowhead     1 05 I  i  ,\  '7i  it.  I-jiju^bln!^ i[mH anil $}ailwnu  [foil's Jf(t������rnal,  I'ulillshod Hv  Die Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability,  A. JOHNSON,  Miuingtitj. Plret'liir.  A Pcuil-Woeklv Jiinriinl published in tlie  ihior*.*sis ofllie nillwiiy men. mtiiliif. mon unil  Mi-lui'ss ini'ii cf llie West. Days uf I'lililic-uion  \Vi..lin>s������liiyiiiul Saturday.  AllVKUIISlXn   HATES.  Dlspluv arts., Jl.BO per ineli; sliiRle eolumn,  (2 per i'niili when Inserteil on due piice  I.oeiil nils., 10 cents per Inch (nonpariel) lino  Ku ilrst insertion j d cents for each additional  1 n*crlion. Local niuleesio eents per line eneli  i Mil*. JSirlli, MnrrliiKe ami Deulli Noiiees  (re.:.  SIIIISCI'.II'TION   11ATKS.  U\* mail or enrrler. ti per tmiuin; .1.-5 tor  *.i\'month*., strictly in advance.  OlMl JOU nKr.VKTMF.NT.  I I'nic of tlie besl equipped prlnt-ni** offices In  ���������lie Wi'Sl nml prepareil to execute all kinds of  .���������iluliiii. in llrstelass style at honest prices.  (Hie price lo all. Xo Job too lari*e-noiie Imi  kiimll -for us. Mail orders promptly alieiiilea  to.   tllve us a trial on your next onler.  TO COIUIBSI'ONDI'.S'T*).  We Invite correspomlencu on any Mihjoel  p' nuerest 10 the Keiieriil puMle. In nil cases  the hxixxix ihlu name of tliu wriler must iiceoii -  pimv iiinniiseripl, but noi necessarily for  publication.  Aililressnll comiiuinicatlons to the Malinger  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords,  BEST WINES,TfQUORS, CIGARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates ������i a day.  Monthly Rale.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  CELEBRATION  CORONATION DAY  GET IN EARLY  FOE, FIRST  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  SPORTS AT  REVKLSTOKl-:  Two  Days  June 26-2T  NOTICI". TO COllllKsrONHKS'TS.  1.-A1I correspondence must be legibly  ������ ri (ton on one side of tin- paper only.  ���������J. -Correspondence eontiiiiiliiK pcrsmiKl  mnticr must bo signed willi thu proper iikiih*  t.i'the wriler.  ������1  fi. GROGAN, Editor.  SATURDAY.   J UNU   21.  11)02.  BASEBALL,  FOOTBALL,  CRICKET,  LACROSSE  and other m itj'i  Shooting Competition,  Morse Racing,  Athletic Contests,  Dance and Entertainment.  GOD   SAVE   THE    KING  ������ Q O L  E L D S  W  The Centre for all the Big Free Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.  SENDING   BACK   DISEASE.  United  States officials are actively  engaged   in   sending back . to Canada,  diseased immigrants, who, landing at  .Montreal, were rufused   passports   to  American   territory,   but    eventually  succeeded in eluding the careful watch  kept   for   them   on    the   bolder  and  smuggled    across.     The     foreigners  reached   Pittsburg    and   other   large  centres only to find themselves placed  under arrest. They are being deported  again  to Canadian territory and here  they   will   become   a   charge   on the  public.    Not only that,.but they are a  menace to public health.     The frightful diseases of the scalp and eye from  which   they   suffer   are  of   a highly  contagious   type.     heading    medical  men are loud in their condemnation of  Lhe   freedom   with  which undesirable  classes of the lowest type ot Europeans  are   permitted   to be dumped fin  the  dominion.    And although a  law was  enacted   during   the  last.- session   of  pailiament. wliich  has   as   its   object  I.he   exclusion   of   immigrants   of   .a  doubtful   character,   nothing is being  done   to  protect  us    from   the   dire  consequences   which    are   certain   to  follow the   importation   of   maladies,  from which   professional men  shrink  with   horror   and   alarm.     "What we  need in this country is n. class of useful  settlers   and   it    is   time    that   ��������� the  . authorities at   Ottawa   commenced to  reject   the   scum     of    plague-ridden  eastern countries.  Wright Porritt  Is to be found at his Photographic Studio in the  Tapping Block daily dur-  ipg office hours.  Wright Porritt  Kevelstoke, B. C.  Business Lots, $100.     Corner lots, $150  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A  Ten  Stump Mill  and .Diamond  Drills,  Etc.,  are  now  on   the   way  to  Goldfields for the Northwestern    Development   Syndicate.      Tins means  that    Goldfields    will   be  the   Big   Town  in  that District.  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. FERRY,  Resident Manager.  LEGAL  LEMA.   STRE A SCOTT.  i  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Revelstoke, I). C.  J.M.Scott,H.A..LL.U.   W.doy.leMaislro.M.A  WOOD  For Sale.  The undersigned having commuted for the  whole of McMahon Hros. uond is prepared to  supply Mill wood ill  $2 Per Load  ������VCednr Cordwood���������ij.i.oo delivered.__K3T  _D_^*IInrdivood lit equally low rates.  ..Thos. Lewis..  Orders left nt C. B. Hume A Co., .Morris it  Steed's, or tit mill will liuve prompt -mention.  Anecdotal.  T>r. Varnaaoe,  a. noted professor  of  Greek,   Is   very   fond  of   flowers,   and  some days ago, on returning from his  college  duties,  he  found   in  his   front  yard a pestiferous calf 'belonging to a  neighbor.    The doctor gave chase, and  the animal plunged toward the flower-  pit,   and   in   another   instant   crashed ���������  ���������through  the glass cover and mixed at  random with  the  pots and  plants below.   When another professor passed a.  few minutes later, he said, gravely: "������_  do not understand", Dr. Varnadoe, vrliy  you- should object so seriously to having   a  modest  cowslip  added   to   your  line collection of plunts."   U'he doctor'*  frowning face relaxed.   .'Ah, Sanborn,"  he retorted, "you see, this waa only a  .worthless bulrush."  Not long ago a tourist in New Orleans went to see the statue of Andrew  Jackson in that cily, on the pedestal of  which ia inscribed, "United We .-Stand;  Divided We Fall." Seeing an old colored man standing by. he asked, "Uncle, did that luacriptlon stay there all  during the Civil War?" "No. sah," responded the old uncle, "hit'didn't stay  dar endurin' de wah. In de fust place.  de*n letter* was standin' out lalk Uey  was plastered on. Den U# wah bust  loose, and de Confederate gin'ral down  yere, he tult a child and cut dent let-  terw off omooth. Den oV Gln'ml Hillier, he come arlong wid his Union so-  Jers, an" -he tuk a chisel an' cut dcin  in deep, lalk dey is how. An', Lordy,  how de folks down yere did sw'ar when  ol' Gin'ral Uutler brush de dus' off'n  his clothes an' git up frum hia wu'k an'  say, -I'se a-gwine to nang de fun" Johnny Ileb what cuts dem letters oft  .ag'In." "  When the laie President of Lhe United  States and party went west not many  ; months before he was shot, Mrs. McKinley, Jt will be remembered, went  too. While talking one day with Mr.  Scott, the man who built the battleship "Oregon," relates a writer in the  Boston "Journal," Mrs. McKinley said:  "Oh, do you play cribbage, Mr. Scott'."'  "Yes," was the great.shipbuilder's answer. "Well, so do I." said Mrs. McKinley. "I wish you would play a gam������  with me." "I fjiould be delighted to  do so," was the reply. Later, as President McKinley and Mr. Scott were  looking over the latter'., "big plant. Mrs.  McKinley not being present, the President said: "Oh, *by the way, Mr. Scott.  _,. didn't I hear you and *Mrs. McKinley  arranging.to play cribbage some time?"  "Yes," said Mr. Scott, "we are going ���������*<>  play." "Well, what kind of a player  are you?" asked the President. "Oh.  pretty fair, I guess; I play a pretty  good game." "Well, so do I," said Mr.  McKinley. "But, do you know, it may  eeem strange, 'but it is a fact, that I  nave never been able to play well enough  to beat Mrs. McKinley." As he said  this he looked at Mr. Scott with a significant smile. Their eyes met. It-was  enough. Mr. Scott understood, and It  was safe 'to say tbat he did not beat  Mrs. McKinley.  (^)(M)(^)^1(^)^)������)(^^I^/^)^!^  $S=* UNION -f^Ssgr  Cigar   Factory  ��������� REVELSTOKE,    B.C.  w  iU-  w>  n>  r^   ALL   GOODS    UNION   MADE   i==C  W) -    wis  H  AllVEY, M'CAKTER * PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Cauada.  Companv funds to loan at8 percent.  First Stuekt. Kevelstoke B. C.  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND   WESTBOUND   SOUTHBOUND   .8:10  ll-.lo  8:*10  FHliH HU8 MUISTS  ALI. TRAIN'S.  IltST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HEATED BY HOT AIR.  11EASONABLK KATES.  Hotel Victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props.  EL/ECTRrC BELLS AND LIGHT IN. EVERY ROOM.  IIOUHLY STREET CAR                                          ll.VR WELL, SUPPLIED-BY THE CHOICEST  MEETS ALL TRAINS. 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Laces and Braids  A large range of I'oint f.aoe,  DncliOHS and Daiu-ntiurff  llraltla. Stamped Design?,  Stainpcil Liiicim, Embroiilery  NecdlCH, Hooif.i, ice.  Ilerlin and Zephyr Wool.", all  shadcx. Slipper Soles, Valen-  clcucca Lace, Insorllon.  Call at tlie  MADISON PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell ���������  -McKenzie Avcnno      oC23  Tc������tt niailp in* tn 2,wnlb.>.  A uperialty mail** of checking Hmelter  Pnlpi.  Samples from tin* Interior l������y mail or  expre*<i promptly atlemlcd to.  Correspoiiiience solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  41 IT 11 T"W-M-1 fl'MT f IITI f l-t*  l^.*������SGr������sXiXSX5)������S)Cs^^  LIVE, AND LET LIVE!!  I'leaae don't try and run ua  out of town hy sending your  orders east. We must have  your work i.i order to live.  We depend on you for our  work!.. Eastern houses do >  not! Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their peddlers We also guarantee  to give you-better satisfac- ���������  tion for your, money.  OR.  S.   "VT-ILSOIST,    t.  Next the McCarty Block.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E.-W. B. Paget, Prop. *  Prompt delivery of*parcels, .baggage, etc.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at R. M. Smythe's.Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No. 7 will receive prompt  ttention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  Retail Dealer in���������  Mutton,^Ete,  Fish, and LGmsamAta, S*uon   All orderi promptly filled.  '(fl  '7  li\  i >A  1 (j  CM  ^1  4  -*Lr /}������  /*'  g*****************^^  '*999&PlP������9l  tlie payrolls of two  The Smelting Centre of the .Similkameen Valley.     Backed  by  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources: Co:il, goids 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.  Notice.  I    City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  to  Lots in Ashnola are safe investments. Th Blocks 1 to *l and 13 to 20 the price will lie advanced 2uu  , ;per month until May 1st, 1002, and to ten pur cent, in the remaining: blocks.' The present price is from $50 ti  i ;$225     Twenty-five percent, cash, three, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangements arc* already completed for ISight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  .thecompanyat Aslinola.   This \voi*k"will liu'under full headway l.y -May 1st.  .Four years ago the Crow's N.est Shares could lie bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today tliey are  quote! at $80.00. "With the advent of-transportation, Similkaineeti Valley Coal can be delivered at any  point in "West Kootenay or Vale as cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    UEVIiTED.   NELSON,  13. C   NOTICE IS I-l lil****" 13 V GIVEN that  thirty tlays nfier dale I intend In apply lo  the 'Honorable the Cliii'f Commissioner ot  Lands and Works I'or permission to out  and carry away timber Irom lhu l������ .lowing  described lands :  Commencing:' at a . post planted on the  south side of the Columbia River, ahoul  one mile below the monlh" of Canoe River,  and marked*" iM.'uulo Skene's Norlli-Knsr  Corner l'ost;" tlienee. south So chains;  thenee west So chains; thenee nortli .So  chains; thence east to the point of commencement.  MAUDE SKENE.  Dated this -ic-th day ol April, lyoj.  Notice.  Notice.  *a*>P������j^>.������.������.������,������������.������,iP>a������*^^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  NOTICE IS MKKEHY GIVEN that  thirty days after dale I intend lo apply lo  llie Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for permission to cut  and carry away limber from the following  described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  south hank ol' tiie Cohan hia River, about  one mile below .'the mouth of Canoe Kiver,  and marked " Henry Lovewell's Noiih-  West Corner Post;'' ihence south 8o  chains; Ihence cast So chains; thence  north So chains; I hence west So chains to  the point ol" commencement.  HENRY  LOVEWELL.  Dated this 29II1 day of April, iijoj.  NOTION IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date Iintend to 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 planted on  the east bank of the Columliiu. Kiver  iihoitt two miles above the "mouth of  Wood Kiver, nnd marked "Olivia  "Robinson's North-West Corner I'osl:;"  thence south 10 ehams*.l.heiice east 1(30  clmins; thence nni_th JO chains; t.hence  west 1(10' chains to the point of  coniiuencemonf.  OL1VTA ROBINSON, ���������  Dated this,2!)th day of April, 100:2.  3STQTIOE.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREHY' GIVEN that  thirty tlays after date 1 intend lo make  application to the Honorable the Chief  Commissionerof Lands and Works for a  special license to cul antl earrv away  timber from the following described  lands :  I oiniiiuiieing al a post marked " G. 1.  Nagle's Souih-E.-isuCornor I'osl, planted  on the north bank of the Columbia River,  ono mile west of the'moiilli'of Canoe River;  thence nortii So chains; tlicnce west So  cliains; tlicnce south So chains; tlienee  east So chains to tlie point of commencement.  G.  13.  NAGLE.  Dated this 29th day ol" April,   1902.  1, the undersigned, intend .'If) days  alter date to apply to the Chief Com*  niissioncr 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 Kiver one mile below  Boyd s Kaiich, and marked A. Edgar's  south east corner post, thence running  in a. westerly direction *l(l  chains thence north 100 chains thence  east *l() chains toColumbiaKivei' thence  along Columbia itiver 100 chains to  place of commencement.  Dated this Mth day of Mny, 1002.  A. Edgar.  Notice.  200 --Lots  BUY BEFORE YOU SLEEP.     -  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   alrcadv   surveyed  via the.Lardeau  Creek with  fork to lhat point.  CIRCLE CITY is beautifully situated at the base of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena   *  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   now   under  -. "..       .   ��������� Developmqnt. . . . .  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  G B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. O.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afterdate I intend to; apply to  the Honorable the Chief 'Commissioner: of  Lands and Works for a special license lo  cut and carry away Limber from the following: .'describeil lands :  Commencing: at a post planted on the  north bank of the Columbia River just  above lhe mouth of Canoe River, antl  marked ;��������� "'"Veil. .Robinson's ��������� South-East  Corner I'osl;" * Ihence norlh 80 chains;  llience west 80 chains; Ihence south So  cliains; thence east 80 cliains to the point  of commcncenieiil.    *  FRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  thirty days after date I intend to apply 10  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner 7ol  Lands and Works for a- special license to  cut antl carry away timber from the following described lands : :  Commencing* at a posL planted on the  east sitle of the Columbia River, about two  miles above the mouth of-Wood Kiver/'hii'd  marked " Fred. Robinson's South-West  Corner Post"; thence cast 160 chains;  thence nortii 40 chains; thence west- 160  chains; tlicnce south 40 chains to the point  of commencement.  FRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lauds antl Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from Ihe folj  lowing described lands :  Commencing al a post planted on the  east bank of tlie Canoe River, about four  miles up from its mouth,' and marked  "Olivia Robinson's North-East Corner  I'osl"; Ihence west 80 chains; thence  soulh 80 chains; thence east 80 chains;  Ihcnce north So chains to the point ol  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.    '  Dated this istday of May, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30  days after date I intend, to''apply to'llie  Honorable tbe Chiel Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away limber from the following*. described  lands in West Kootenay:  Commencing nt a post marked "E. I..  MeMahon's North-West Corner" planted  on the east bank of the Columbia River at  the south-west: corner of the limber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; t.hence east 40 chains; thence soulh  160 chains; llience west 40 chains, to the  cast bank of the Columbia River; thence  nortii along the east bank of the said river  160 chainsto tlie point of commencement.  E. L.' McMAHON.  Dated May 5II1, 1902.  Notice.  nsroTxoE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SO days  after itate, 1 Intend to make application to the  Honorable the Chief commissioner:of Luiuls  and Works for..a* special licence 'to: fell'.and  carry away tiinber from the following de*--  cribed lands:  '-   .-i.'.i .:     ���������.- No. 1.-  Commencing at   a   post planted   about  00  chains-north-of St.: Leon* Hot Spring*. 011 the  Arrow Lakes uxd marked J.T. south west corner, thence east 160 elinins.ptlioni'e north 10  chains ; thence weft 1G0 chains ; theueu-soulh  -IU chainsto place of commencement.  No. 2.  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  south from the mouth of Deep creek 111 Galena'  * BayiyArrow-*Lakes, <inarked:.J..r. :nud ' being  ubout.6 chains east of T.II.D 's sou th 'west-.t'or-  ner post : thence west fin chains ;��������� thenoe south  SO chains ; tlienee en*.t Su chain.**; theuce north  SO chains to place bfcorai'iienceinciit.  Kelson, B.C.,March 8rd. 1902. .   *  _      .'__  __________...._'l-;__JAMK3.A.-TA'VJ-O.S.    -  "r  ���������   Arrowhead. ,*���������  *    3STOTIOE  TAKE: NOTICE that CH days after date I  intend to apply to tiie Chief t'oi>iiui.**sioiier oi  Lands and works for permission to purchase a  piece of land described as follows :  Commencing at a post mnrked F. .1. (--old-  smith's -No, 1 post, tlienei! soutli 40 chains ;  thence east 40 cliains ; thence north'*!!) chains;  thenee west *10 fflitiins.Ho' point of commencement���������1G0 acres more or less., ..Tliis. land wa.s  staked by.'.l.'ii; McICcuzie last Juno. :���������'.'.; JI its ��������� a  purchase No. 1 post about lOu feet from Gold-  liuch trail and about'20U feet up hill, the east  line following Fish Kiver. . ' *  Located February 20, 11)02.  ."F.'J. GOLDSMITH,  Goldfields. IS. C.  .NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements.  1TOTICE  Certificate, of Impveroments;  ���������'   . 3sT anno IE3  Butte. Silver Row., and mack; /Diamond  Mineral Claims, s tuatein.theLardeau Mining  Division of West . oolenay District.  WhoreLocated: -Nearthe;Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Klsh Creek.  TAViE NC*i-lCE,ithat*I, A-. r.Cumniins/as  Agent for tbe Double Eunle Mining and Development Company, limited, of* Ferguson,  B.C,; j*ree Miner's Certificate No. ,.31,8*.l,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Pccorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim. '.-.'*. 1".  And 1 urther Take Notice that action, undo [j  Section 37, must-be commenced before the  m*. bailee of such Certificate of Improvements  rated this twenty-third day of January, A.D."  ITMi..  TAKE NOTICE that 6*0 days 'lifter date I  * intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and works for permission to cut and  carry���������uway--timb'ei'-from the following described'lands:   ..       ' ,'.'���������'....  Commencing at a post marked Poger F.  Perry's southeast corner postsitnate about 200  feet irom Scott'Creek; thence west 10 chains;  thence north;lttt) chains; tlicnce cast-10 chains;  thence south 100 chains, to the place of commencement* containing 640 acres.  ���������'���������     KOGEIt F. PERRY.  Goldiields. B. C.V Oct ]7thi 1901.     , Nov. 6-tf.  3STOTIOE-  TAKK: NOTICK; Hint" (iO days after diile I  intend to apply 10 the Chief Com niissioncr of  Lands ami U orks for permission to purchase  thc following described lands:  Commencing ata postmarked "F.. MeAilftms*  0.1 l'ost," situate close to the  old   line   of  Hill, ic Brantford's pre-emption,  Fish Creek,  thence nortli 40 cliains, thence west 2U-7cbaiii.s 1  thence south 10 chains, tlicnce east 20 ehnins;  to point of commencement. .  Goldfields, Jan. ISth, 1002.  K. McAdaji.  Morning Star. Walrus,Sua Lion and Bonanza  Mineral claims, situate iii llie l.ariteau Mining  Division of West ,'Kootcnay-District Where  located : -' On Menlienici. Creek, near Fish  .Jtlver.  TAKK NOTICE 'that 1,1". C. Green, acting as  agent for ..nijus McKay, F. Jl. C. B 32U05, and  .1. \t: .Mr-Keni-ic, Free M'ner's Certilicate No.  ]{32025, inlend, sixty days from tlie date hereof,  Id apply to the JI in ing keeorder Ior veriifk'tuen  nt Improvement.s. for the pnrposi.' of obtaining  Crowji Grants of theaboveclaims.  And (further, take ;notice that action','.uiider.  section 37, in 11st .he 'comlnenccd:before li.e  issuance of sucli Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this first day ofMarcli; 1902, A.D.  F. C.GREEN.  '   per F. S. C. .   ._  ___:��������� -j, =���������    -.. - - * * ^NblsonrB'C:  Certificate of Improvements.  ' "     ���������     'ITOTICB  Fob. S-tf  A.I>. CUMMINS, P.L.S.  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  To John T. Moore or to anyone to whom he  may have transferred7 his interests in the  Gilraau Fractional mineral^ claim,' situate  in the ���������-ardeauMining'Division.  You are hereby notlSed that I expended the  sum or one i hundred* and 'seven, dollars  and  fifty cents (J107.50) iu labor and monev on tlie  beforementioned -mineral claim, in order to  hold said mineral claim uridcrScction 24 ofthe  Mineral Act; and if .within ninety days (90)  from the date of this* notice, you fail to contribute your proportion of -such .expenditure,  together-witli all'costs of advertising,. v-ur  interest in said mineral claim will become the  1.roperty of the undersigned, under Section 4  01 in Act entitled "Air Act' to  amend the  MineralAct,1900."  Dated at comaplix,.B.C.,  this! 15th day of  April, A. D., 1902.  JOSEPH BEST,  Co-OWner.  The Cleveland and British Columbia  Mining: Company, Limited.  NOTICE  NOTICE Is hereby given that tho hpad ollices  of Tho iCIovamna and .British Columbia Mining Company, Llmltod, have  been, moved from Kossland to Revelstoke, B.C.  -'���������*'.'       ":��������������������������������������������������������������� April 18-lm  FARWELL  ESTATE.  -The  choice-land, north   of  track,  ��������� between Tapping's and Long's, will      j  1be nabdlvMod;for sale ai*soon as  .poiilble.  ftM. SPROAT,    VIOTORIA.   B. O.  r.oiBox.ua:       .-���������.*���������- ������������������ ���������*���������'��������� --.���������-~:  1TOTIOE  NOTICi:���������Tliat'sixty days'after ilate I intend'  to apply, to the Chief Comiuissir ner et  Lands and Works for pennis-don to j.> irclias-e  IK0acres of hind situateoii the Northca fc Arm  of Arrow Lake, in tliu District of W ;Xootc-  nay Ji.C., aud described as follows.  Ultl  Centre' Star: and levelling Star '.Mineral  Claims, situate in the Lardeau MiningiDivision  of West'-Kootenay District. -Wliere" located :  On .Mcnhenickcreek; near l'isli Kiver. |  TAKBNOT1CK tliatl, F. C. Green, Heting as  agent for J. IJ. McKenzie, Free illncr's Certificate No. li :i202i>.: intend, sixtv days from tlie  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Keeorder  or Certificates of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of tiie above  chitm**.  ..ml further take nolicc,that action, under  section :;7.  must, he   commenced    before   tlie  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated tliL*- first tiny of March. 1002, A. D.  1\ C. GUK-.N,  .pcrK. S. C,  Nelson, Il.'C.  . NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN tlmt  thirty days after dale I inlend to apply .to  lhc Honorable the Chief Commissioner'ol  Lands antl Works lor a special license to  cut and carry away .timber froni the following described lands :  ��������� Commencing at a post planted on the  east side oftiie C.-inne Riverantl alongside  of the Canoe River (rail, about one mile  above the mouth of Harvey Creek, and  marked " C. R. Skene's Soulh-West  Corner Post;'* thence north So chains;  thence: west So chains; thence south So  chains; thence east So cliains lo the point  of commencement.  C. R. SKENE.  '   Dated thi.s 1st day of May, 190;:.  Notice.  NOTICI*. TS IU3KKBY GIVKN Unit  thirty dnys after date I intend tu apply  to:the.i-Foiioi-able the Oliief Cominiss-  ioncf nf JVinfls and AVttrks foi* a special  license to cut and c.'UTv away timber  from the following described Innds:  Commencing nt a post planted on  the east bimk of the Canoe Rivui.  about four miles up from its" nioutU  and ��������� marked "C.-R. Skene's North*  "West Corner Post;1' thence east SO  chains; thence south SO chains; thence  west SO chains; thence north SO chains  to the pointof commencement.  C. R. SKUNK,  Dated this 1st day of May, 1002.  NOTICE.  The Double Eagle Mining and Development Co., Limited Liability.  NOTICI. is hereby given that thc /��������� linual  General Meeting of tlie Shareholders of  this Company will be held at their oflice. in  Kei't'iison, It. C*. onTliurs.lav. July Mth, 1002,  at 2 p. 111.. for the transaction of all business  connected with thc Company, and the transfer  books of the company will be closed from  June 23th, 10*12.  A. II. HOLDICH,  Secretary.  Commencing from S.W. corner,  thence North astronomical 20 chai-  V\est80 chains; thence South no  ch  Eroximately;     thence    12un    chains  asterly to point of commencement.'  FRED. KOBlNfJOI*.-.  leb. 5-tf c. it.SKENE  ���������ihence  ins ai>-  ..orth-  Ai;e   t.  TSTOTIOE. .  TAKK NOTICE that sixty days r.fter date I  1 intend to apply to the Chief CommisMoner  of Lands and MorKS for permission w pur  chase a parcel of land described as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Per*-v's  xt0-.1..1^1." .lhenc,a ���������'������������������est 20 ehalns; thenc"*  North ���������tOchains; thence East 'iachains;- theuce  South 40 cliains to point of commence mem  lhis fraction of land commences North of K*  F. l'erry's pre-emption iollov.inir McKc i2ie's  North-West Line. contaiiilnK aKoui so acre*,  more or less. ���������������.������<���������,  Coldflclds. Nov. 27.1001.      A3''CE Dw Mm  JSTOTIOE  N  OTICE Is hereby Riven that Mdavs aiter  -��������� date I intend to applv to the Chief Commissionerof Lands and Works for permit-ion  to cut and carry away timber from the fo'lfow-  ing described lauds:���������Commencing at u po<t  at the south-east corner of Roger F. IVrrV*.  pre-emption; marked "Southeast corner "of  Umber limit applied for by F. J. <JbM������mith"-  thence west 40 chains; thence north 100 cha.ln*'  thenee east 40 chains to Fish Creek; thonce  following the moanderings of Fish Creek 160  chains to pointof commencement; containing  640 acre������, more or leas. ���������    *  Thomwn-^lknding," October^_h??goi!,TH'V'  Certificate of Improvements.  Ued Fox and Ridirc Mineral Claims, situate  In ihe Lard can Minim* Division of West. Kootenay District. Where localed : On Menhenick  Creeks near Fish Kiver.  T*KK NOTICE lliat I, F.C Green, actine as  a*;cnt for A11 ens'McKay, Free Miner's Certificate No. Ii:ii!C05.'.intend, sixly days from the  date'*hereof,.ro.apply to thc'Miniiig Uecorder  for Ceniiicatcs of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  And: further take notice that action.uuder  section   ;$7. must7 be commenced,  before   the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  Dated this first day of March, 1902, A. D.  F. C. GltEEN,  per F. S, C ,  Nelson, B.C.  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S-.TL'ATF. IN THE I'.KVLLSTO E MINING  Division nf West Kootenay District.  Where Locatftd: On Kevstono Mountain,  Bic Bend, near Downie Creek.  TAKK NOTICE that I. Geo. BL MeCarter  actitic as airenl for J D. Graham. Free Miner's  Certificate No. D. 3724 anil for W. If.Vickers,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 00821, intend 60  davs from the date hereof to applr to .the  Mining Keeorder for Certificates of "Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grant.*? of the above claims.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this loth day of February, A.D. 1902.  F_t:Mf Goo. S. MeCarter.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days .-liter date 1 intend lo apply lo  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a speeial license to  cuU.'ind-carry-.iw.-iy���������timber���������li-0111- tlie���������fol-  lo\vinj_f described lands:  Commencing* at a post planted on the  west banlc of the Columbia River, just  below the mouth ol" a larj^c creek about  one half mile above Peterson's Ranche,  antl marked " Henry 1-ovowell'*. .South-  East Corner Posi; tlienee west So' chains;  thence north 80 chains; thenee east .'80  chains, more or less, to tlie bank of the  Columbia River; tlienee follovvine; the  bank ofthe Columbia River to llie point 01  commencement.  HENRY I.OVEWEI.L.  .   Dated lhis 5th day of Alay, itj02.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY-GIVEN thai  30 days afler .dntc 1 intend to apply to the  I lonorable the Chief Commissionerof Lands  and AVorks for permission to cut anil carry  away timber from the following described  Uriel of laud in West Kootenay:  Coinmiiiiciii); ;it a" post marked "John A.  MeMahon's South-West Corner," planted  ata point 1C0 chains southerly from the  soutli limit of tlie lauds of the Pittsburg  Syndicate situated nortli of Death Rapids;  thence east 40 chains; tbence north 160  chains, to the soutli liinit of tlie lands ofthe  Pittsburg Syndicate; thence west 40 chains,  to the east bank of the Columbia, River;  thenee soulh alon*^ the east bank of said  river 1G0 chains to thc point of commencement.  JOHN A. McMAHON.  Dated May5l.l1, 1902.  NOTICE  The Great Western Mines, Limited.  Liability.  MOTICK is hereby given that the Annual  General Muotlng of tlie Shareholders in  this Com pany will* be held at their ofllee in  Ferguson, B. J., on Wednesday, July 9th, 1W2'  at'.! p; 111., for tlie transaction of all business  connected witlithe Company, ant* the transfer  books of the Compani- will be closed from June  Will, I.10.J.  A. II. HOLDICH,  Secretary.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  lUinning between 'Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landiui; and Comaplix; commencing October  Mth, 1001, will Hull as lollows, weather permitting.  Loiit'liij. Arrowhead for Thomson's Land Ing  and Comaplix......twlccdaily���������10k. and 16k.  Leaving Comaplix and .homsou's Landing  for Arrowhead.... twlccdaily���������7:15k and l!!:l..k  Making close coiiucctioiiSj with all C. 1*. It.  Steamers and Trains.]  The owners reserve the right to change times  ol sailings without notice.|  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Llmltod  TIME TABLE  S. S. Revelstoke  During High W-i.er.  '    Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN U1.1t  thirty days after datel intend to apply  to the Honorable, the Chief Commissioner of Land.-iaiUl Works foraspcci.-tl  license to cut and carry away timber  from the follotving described lands**:'.'  Commencing at a post planted on  the west bank of the Columbia River,  about orie'quarter of a mile below the  mouth of Seven Mile Creek, about six  miles above Death Rapids and marked  "Maude Skene's South-East Cornet*  Post;" thence west 80 chains; thence  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,  more or less to the west bank of the  Columbia River; thence following the  bank of tlie Columbia River to the  point of commencement.  MAUDE SKENE.  .Dated this 5th day of May, 1002.  ������^-I.cave Eiitlit-Milc Land Ine���������     *  Kvery .Tuesday and Friday  at (������ a.,111.  Leave La I'orte���������  livery Tuesday iind Friday at 'i p. 111.  'Special Trips between  regular    ailings,  will be made i a any case -where busi-  offercd warrants same.  "Tlie   Company   reserve    the*  rij-'lit    to  change   time * of    sa!lint.s    without  notice."  FORSLUND,       R. W. TROUP,  Master. Mate ami Purser.  WING CHUNG  Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  .    -     Goods  Just Arrived  IIAMIOO CHAIRS,  FANCY TABLES,  TEA TRAYS,  CHIN'AWAKE,  FANCY GOODS,  NAPKINS, "  HANDKERCHIEFS,  FANS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE..  The Dramatic Side of the War  Nut 11  Lithe of the dramatic occur-  fpuces   of   the   war can   ever  lie told.  We   get   n   good   impression    of   the  exli'iini'dimiry scent's comuinn .to the  coiiiliatiints'   life   in   11    volume     just  issued���������Rulli'p's)  Campaign,   by   Lieut.  E.   Itl.iUi*   N'niix.   It.  A.-M.C.     Thin  galliuil   iil'lliei   !:as given us a stirring  story of sunn* of  llie most ri'iiiarkiililc  tableaux in the great   battles in which  General     Huller    engaged.      It     was  during the buttle of Tuba Myama that  .tho spurring  instinct of the Tommies  brought some of them to their graves.  They were  oil  Three Tree Hill, when  something started  a hare out into the  open.     This  was  trying Tommy too  far.    Jle could sit and shelter for most  things, but n chase he could not resist*.  Nearly a hundred tneu jumped up aud  went,    after    that    hare,    hallooing,  throwing stones,   sticks,   'bully'  beef  tins, ami   even their   helmets after it.   .  regardless of all danger.    This was all  thu sigbL  of the   Boers   wanted, and  started the shelling, o'nesbell instantly  killing one  man  and wounding half a  dov.i.*ii others.  li. was in this same battle tbat a  trick" was practised which ha.l incalculable effect upon the Doer fortunes,  lliiitnn (who aftarwards been uie  iintoi'iuiiK in connection with train  wrecking), with two others, managed  to get on a ridge near Acton Holmes  and * plant a. Transvaal Hag on the  summit,. The nature of tlie ground  was such that any number of men  might have been hidden there, and  the result was that the British (ire  was diverted to the spot during which  timo the enemy were erecting gtuif,  bringing up reinforcements and  strengthening'' lheir positions for  successful defence elsewhere. Had  the triii* state of all'aits been known,  and the bogus position been taken hy  Lhe British, it is probable that Boer  guns would have been captured, whila  their right wing would have been  endangered, and Spion Kop would  have been eiifiladed. It is conceivable  that but for this the tragedy of Spion  Kop would have been aveited.  Much has been written about Spion  ICop, and we have by no means heard  tlie last of; it. Lieutenant Knox  contributes important additions/Some  of his pictures are intensely dramatic.  When Gen. Woodgate, who Inul the  command, received his fatal .wound,  lie ordered tho heliographer to signal:  ".Wc are between a terrible cross fire  ami can barely hold our own. Water  is badly needed. Help us." A shell  smashed the instrument as. the last  ollieinl words of the . unfortunate  officer were being transmitted.' The  awful stoi y of the battle is graphically  told; by; the author. General Buller's  telegram to Sir Charles Warren is  historic: "Unless you put some really  hard fighting man on tiio top you will  lose the hill. I suggest, Thorneycroft."  At once Sir Charles Warren sent the  message: "With the approval of the  commander in chief. 1 place Lieutenant  Colonel Thorneycroft in command of  the summit, with the local rank of  Brigadier General."  Sometime previously Thorneycroft  had led a magnificent sortie co drive  oil'some Boers who were threatening  destruction from short range. He  fell and dislocated, his ankle, and was  still lying prone with his men a round  him firing at a range of 150 yards at  the enemy when the messenger  airived. As the man was about to  speak a shot hit him in the head, and  he fell dead across Thorneycroft's &  body, with his errand unfulfilled. A  few minutes later an ofiicer. seeing  the disabled cHicer, .and prob.ibly  fearing he was dying, crept up behind  a rock, and yelled the tidings of the  promotion, adding: "You are. a  general!" The gallant general pro  tern was in a sorry condition to accept  such a command, but he cheerfully  undertook it, and there can be no  shadow of a doubt saved Great Britain  from a terrible disgrace. It makes a  Hue story. ���������  When   the   slaughter  amongst the  jiWfuJ2y_^phjxei^.B^n_tj_sh_.AV_as_^  worst, some various  men   of   various  regiments threw do wn theii arms, and  advanced   towards   the Boer  position  with the purpose of . surrendering.    A  number of armed Boers waving whitu .  Hags: came   out  of   their trenches to  receive  their   surrender.     Suddenly,  from some thirty  yards in the rear of  our iiien,a soldier, whose stature made  hint  everywhere conspicuous,  rushed  forth limoing on a slick.     He pouuceit  like   a   hawk   on'  the   Boer leader, a  Transvaaler.   by   name   De   Kock, in  whose words the rest of the incident is  given.     "We   had   got   up.   and   we  should  have hud tlie whole hill.     The  Knglish were about  tn surrender, and  we were all  coming up, when a great,  liig, angry, red-faced soldier ran out of  the trench on our  right and: shouted:  'I'm the commandant here; lake your  men back, sir, I allow no surrenders.'"-  Tlie great, big, angry, red: faced   inau  wiis   Col.   Thorneycroft,   who,     after  delivering   this     ultimatum,   hobbled  back to   the thirty men  and ordered  them   to   follow   him,   and   "not   lo  hesitate a moment."     They   followed,  reformed, and presently helped to clear  out the very men  to whom a moment  '  previously they were going to surrender  the hill.  Cheap Rates.  In connection with the celebration  by the Orangemen in this city on the  2th July next, the C.P.R. have  grr-nted cheap excursion rates from  the following points to Kevelstoke and  return;  Ashcroft..  Kamloops.  Salmon Arm..  "Vernon   Golden   Arrowhead   S4 95  3 75  195  365  285  105  ���������CARPENTERS   WAXTED���������Apply  .it once to J. Kernaghan, contractor. WALL PAPERS  Wc have thetn in all  thc new designs for the  Sec our samples  arc    iioin";  to  year,  if   you  paper.  Canada Drug 8c Book Co  DIED.  Oi.n��������� On .lune Oth. at Kiro Valley,  B. C. i.i whooping cough, Ethel  Mary Helen, dearly loved daughter  oi' George Uiddick Old and of his  wife Mary Eliza, aged "> weeks and  .I days.    Interred in Kire "Valloy.  NOTES OF  NEWS  Chocolates  ���������) Wc have lately imported &*  ���������} the choicest varieties of ������$  *i the above   in   bull*:,   and  es���������  are selling at  -CARPENTERS   WANTED-Apply  ntoncc to J. Kernaghan, contractor.  Clara Hanmer Company in Oie Olson  tonight..  ��������� Straw   JIats, a  groat snap, at C. IJ.  II nine k Co's,  The Presbyterian general assembly  will meet in Vancouver in .June next  year.  ��������� Oar  load   of   ham   and   bacob now  unloading at C.   13.   Ilninu & Co.'s cold  storage warehouse-  Eugene   V.   Debs   Ipctures   in     the  opera   house  on   Wednesday   evening  nex't.  "Mrs. II. Douglas, who has been  visiting her daughter, Mrs. MeCarter,  lel'l. foi* her home at Ban if by No. 2  this morning.  XX'. Hamilton, of Comaplix, was in  town yesterday. Mr. Hamilton has  succeeded in getting a license for his  new hotel just erected in that thriving  town.  Tbe old saying, "Watch and wait,"  is entirely out of order at the present  time. Watch, but don't wait, is mot-tin accord with present ideas of  progress.  The Willing Workers of the Presbyterian Church are making excellent  progress with their entertainment and  bazaar to be giren on the evening of  .July' 1st next.  The Clara Hanmer Co. are pntting  nn the comedy tonight entitled Oie  Olson. The company have played to  good houses every night this week, a  testimony of their merits.  - Nels. Ecklan, the well known C.P.R.  section foreman, ha.s purchased SO  acres of land from Morris Anderson,  also of the C.P.R. here. The land is  situated in the Salmon Arm Valley.  ."John A. McDougall, one. of the most  prosperous businessmen of "Edmonton,  and Sheriff Robertson, also of that  place went through on No. 2 this  morning from a weeks visit to the  Coast cities.  Dr. Cross left on No. 2 yesterday for  Winnipeg where he will enjoy a couple  of weeks rest and recuperate his  health. Dr. Sutherland, of Proctor &  Sutherland, Kamloops, will look afler  Dr. Cross' practice daring his absence.  The closing exercises ol the cily  schools will be held on Wednesday  next. The schools will be open for  inspection from 0 to 10:30 a.m., after  which a joint programme will be given  by all the children in Aliss Edgar's  room.  Thu Gentry Bros. Animal Shows  arrived in the city this morning and  are playing to a big audience tbis  afternoon. Theie has been no shows  in the west for years that have drawn  Ibe crowds to their performances like  the Gentry's.  .    . The Camborne Miner.in ils last issue  fit. per lb.  Highest Award  at the World's Fair.  Red Cross  -Drugstore <3|  0  SUMMER BEAUTY  AND COMFORT  Requires thc right kind of Clothing  and Footwear.  We have them at the right prices.  Call at Our Store and prove it.  Hot Weather Hats.  We can fit you with a Hat that looks  well and feels comfortable.  Boots and Shoes  King's Union-Made Boots ror Men  and Women.  The Empress Shoe for Women.  Dress Goods  A  full  --���������������������������������������  line of Dress  Goods,   con-  the  latest   patterns  and  fashions.  sisting   of  ������  Carpets and Linoleums  Sold at fair prices and cut and laid  free of charge.  is asking the government to have the  mining recorder's office moved from  Comaplix to Camborne, ln justification of their agitation for the removal  they intimate that there are no mines-  near Comaplix. Th.it is valhet hard  on Comaplix.  R. Tapping sent a petition to all  Opera House managers on the Pacilic  coast and the Kootenays on the 10th  .lune last year asking them to cooperate in the formation of a Pacific  roust theatre circuit. On the "llith  .lune. ju.it one year to a day be  received word that' all the manage***  had >igm*d the petition and application  was made to tlio railway otliciuls fm-  special lutes to travelling companies'  within the boundaries of the circuit.  TV if. O. C. Beech the palmist and  phriTinlngi-t terminates his visit tn  Uiiiish Columbia today. The professor  is an interesting character having  played the part of soldier���������a.s a. mem  Iier of tbe First Canadian Contingent  ���������prospector, miner, scout���������in Spanish  American war���������and rowboy. in the  pursuit of scientific investigations in  palmistry. Anil though there nre  many fakirs in this business one has  onlv to submit to an examination to  realise what be means when he savs  that, ''he stakes his reputation on  every word he tells his clients."  The lacrosse team whic.li will play al  Revelstoke on Coronation Day is  gM.ting in some good practice, turning  nut every Monday, Wednesday and  Friday evenings. The following will  in all probability represent Kamloops:  Goal. W. .1. Kijri; point. A. Greatrix.  (captain): cover point, .7. M. McCnr-  inick: 1st defence. G. Pickering: 2nd  defence, A. Latremouille; 3rd defence.  SI. 51 mill: centre. W. Owens: 1st home  AI. Finlayson: 2nd home, J. Adams  3rd home, A. Nelson; outside home. C  Blair; inside home. J. A. Scott; field  captain, R. Mai-Kay. ������������������ Kamloops  f-ilandstrd.  _'__**  ���������Children's   Suits,   a   big  line    now  opening at C. B. Hume k Co's.  The subject for the evening service  in the Methodist church will be "A  Neglected Doctrine,"���������" The Second  Coming of Christ."  A bunch of toys picked up on the  street Tuesday await an owner at Tin*:  Hekald office.  ���������Strawbeiries every morning at C. B.  Hume & Co's,  Aliss Savage, the organist of the  Afethodist church, for some years lias  resigned, and will take upher residence  for the future with her parents in  "Vancouver, for which place she leaves  on Alonday evening. Last evening the  choir and friends of Aliss Savage  assembled after choir practice at the  Alethodist church where she was made  the recipient of a handsome address  and presentation in recognition of her  services to the. choir and congregation  of the church.  ���������Ladies' and Children's Parasols at C.  B. Hume & Co's. We can save you  money on these.  The approaching visit to this city of  Eugene V. Debs will afford llie citizens  of Revelstoke an opportunity of  meeting and hearing one of the fore*)  most workers in the cause of Labor  in America today���������a man who has  been not. inaptly described a.s "the  new world John Burns." Air. Debs  exercises a personal influence in the  world of labor that is unsurpassed. Ile  is besides, respected and esteemed by  all classes���������quite as much by those  who take issue with many of his views  as by his most loyal admirers and  followers.  ���������Sale of   household   furniture at the  residence   of   Mrs.   W.   L,  Hamilton  McKenzie  avenue,   on Tuesday, June  2'th.   1902, commencing   at   1   o'clock  sharp.  R. T. Lowery. of "Lowery's Claim''  fame, who has a record of having  fathered 21 newspapers and wept.nt  the funeral of 17 of them, reflects as  follows: "Running a newspaper is a  glorious business. Fight the battles  of the down trodden workingmen arid  half of them will reward by blowing a  dollar in a saloon in order to read your  paper for nothing. Fight the battles  of a country in showing up its  resources in order that merchants and  others can live in it and a few generous  souls will stay by your sheet until the  sheriff '.urns the key. while the  minority .will shove yon ice when you  THE   SUPPLY    HOUSE    FOR    NORTH    KOOTENAY.  FURNITURE  Just unloading Two Large Cats of Furniture.  We   tiow   carry   a larger anil   better stock    than   any  House  between Winnipeg and Vancouver.     Come and look round whether  you want to buy or not.    We are stacked full from Floor to Roof.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  (^||)(S||)(^^P)-jff������.i  SIBBALD & FIELD,  W  <H>)  @  w>  Real Estate  FOB  f   . ��������� -M9-   <"!. 1*. K. TOWNSITK,  MARA TOWNSITE.  GKRKAKD TOWNSITK.  CAMBOKNE TOWNSITE:  CT1VI A ATPT AT     I Cnnniln Fermnnent A Western  rillAllLIAL,-.       Ciuitulo mortgage Corporation.  M. XHill1v_.Ai.Hv   i Equitable'.'-.vliigs l.onn mid ltuildi  Insurance {i.  COAL FOR SALE.  J. D.  SIBBALD, Notary Pubii".  REVELSTOKE  ng Association.  mperiul Fire.      Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Fire.  Canadian Kire.   Mereaiitile Fire.    Northern Fire.  Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Great West Life.  Ocean, Accident and Unurantec.   Confederation Life  .Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEY ANC1NO.  CHAS. M. FIELD.  >������9������9999&j**9������*9]^J>999&1^9!e*9!9������90������999������9*&������0������������������&������&������������?-<i  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 2.V:,  per doz. Cabbage, Celery. Lettuce,  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Candytuft,  -Dranthus, Asters, Verbena, Petunias.  Sobelia, Mangold. Phlox, Sunflowers.  Coreopsis, "Nasturtum, Chrysanthemum 25c. per dozen. Cabbage $���������]  100.     .f. Male.y, Re'.-elstoke.  This Space is Reserved for  Edward J. Bourne  Dealer In  Groceries, Gent's. Furnishings, Boots and Shoes,  Ready-Made Clothing.  1  Revelstoke Station.  Bourne Bros.' Old Stand.  i^.#.r<#.r.g.r������.������������**r.r.gy.r.������'.*^-r-**^^  ask ror an ad., hug tht* dollar to their] Certificate^oMmprovementST  selfish souls and imagine that they are J    awfullv clever." j  jier  -TIIK-  ICE CREAM  Days are Here.  Why not call at  Bew's Drug Store  And Oo Away Back   And purtakc of the ftefreehlng Drinks  which come from onr Sorla fountain in  al in out continuous streams.  We Use True Fruit Syrups  or rleHHouH flavor.*, also Crushed Km its   and Iiijfh class Ice Cream.  ������V*In the roar of the Store it ample accommodation for thOKO who wish to set awhile at  their drinks.  Only Ten Cents for High Class Material  0  Golden Hill Mineral Claim. Situate in  thc Kevelstoke Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. Where located:���������In  Ground frof-r Kasin-on McCullough Creek.  TAKE NOTICK that I. C. B. Hume,  ]*"i-i*e Miner's Certificate No. B67188, intend, sixty days from iho dan: hereut. to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Ci���������.<*.*. 11 Grant ot the above  claim.  And further lake notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certilicate of  Improvements.  Hated this 16th day of June, A.D., 1902.  C.  H.  HUME.  W. BEWS,  Phm. B.  Dmgglit ind^StAtloner.  Ilrnwn Block. Telephoned.  P -'���������--.:  NOTICE TO  CREDITORS.  In lhe manor of the Estate of Thomas  Edwin tlorne, Ute of the Cily of Kevelstoke. deceased.  NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and others having claims against the  estate of the said Thomas Edwin Home,  who died on or about the 21st May, 1902,  are required, on or before the 15th day of  August, iqoj, to send hy post prepaid, or  deliver to Messrs. Harvey, Mc.Carler iv  rinkham, of the City of Kevelstoke,  solicitors for the administrators of lhe  estate ofthe said deceased, their addresses and descriptions, the full parliciilars of  their claims, the .statement of lheir  accounts and the nature of the securities if any held by them.  And further take notice that afler such  last mentioned datethesaid administrators  will proceed to distribute the assets of the  deceased among the parties entitled  thereto, having regard only to the claims  ol" which they shall then have notice, and  that the said administrators will not be  liable for the said assets or any pari  thereof to any person or persons of whose  claims notice shall not have been received  by them at the time of such distribution.  Dated the 20th day of June, A.D., 1902.  HARVEY,   McCARTF.K &  PINKHAM,  Solicitors for  the   Administrators  of   thc  Estate of Thomas Edwin  Home,  deceased, td  NOTICE.  IN   THE   COUNTY   COURT    OK  KOOTENAY.  Holden at Golden:  In tliegood.s of Henry Watson, deceased,  intestate. Notice is hereby given, that by  an order of His Honour Judge Komi, dated  May jyth 190^, I was appointed Administrator of nil and singular the goods,  Chattels and Credits of the said Henry  Watson.  Any persons having claims against the  said estate are hereby required to file said  claims with proof thereof with me before  July 15II1 i.)02, after wliich date 1 will  proceed to administer said estate having  regard only to tIn.; claims filed aiul by due  conr.se of law.  J. E.  GRIFFITH,  Official Administrator.  Prof. A. C. Beech  PALMIST,   PHREH0L0CIST,  Hotel RevelBtokO till Sat. June 21  1  Neat, Clean and Attractive  Work Guaranteed.  Job  All the latest faces in type  At thc Herald Office  WE HAVE JUST  REMOVED INTO OUR  NEW QUARTERS  ON   MACKENZIE  AVENUE  GE^EIRJLIj   MEBCHA2ST.TS.  CLOTHING  THAT YOU WILL. NOT FIND BEATEN  by any Taiioring House in Canada; East,  West, North or South. ���������'"'..  There are some surprises in these prices, some  great surprises, that you will have confirmed if  you will but come and see our stock.  MADE TO ORDER  Tweed and Serge Business Suits���������$16.00  h      ������       ������    Trousers���������$4 to $5.  We have the largest, stock in the West to select from.  ���������  Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits to Order.  J. B. CRESSMAN,  Mackenzie  Avene.  Real Estate Bargains  Aj jl i_*a   Good Residence k  ihltLnU   Store Building.  tfa-w-w   Tel.IIj8_$200cash;  Balance   on  Easy  Terms.  8-Roomed Residence, with aU  modern improvements. A. very desirable property. TormB can be arranged  with suitable party.  (1   Roomed    Hemic,  with bathroom, etc..  good   cellar.    XV ell  situated   for  a   C. P. R.   man.  Easy Terms.  IblAAA Plastered House  ���������hi *ZlJU wit'1 stone founda-  ^ tion.. Good garden  50x100 feet���������well located. This  is a special bargain.  d������*l_rKPfA -A- Hne Besidencs  nlll^ll ���������7 large roome  y*VJV and Bath Boom.  Electric Lighting, garden 50x100  feet.' A comfortable home,  selling ata great sacrifice.'  SO acre Farm, about  5 miles from Salmon  Arm Station. Best'  of soil, good timber for domestic  uses and good roods. Terms to  the right party.  A Numtrar of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inspect Our List.  Revelstoke Smelter Townsite  Fine Residential and Business Lots in all parts of the  City on easy terms of payment. A limited number of Five-  Acre Garden Plots within five minutes' walk from the  centre of City, are now ready for sale. Easy terms of payment.  ���������  EUflC     DDAe     Real Estate Brokers.  bCnlO)   E������IWO������   Financial and Insurance Agents.  X I-I-A-VE IT!.  The largest stock of the latest "WATCHES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVER WAKE, CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy-  goods at the right prices, enabling me to  sell to the public at reasonable prices..  J.  C3-TT2"  5ABBEB.  WATCH HEPAIBINQ A SPECIALTY.  I  ia  m  u"    -*"���������  ���������'.'ti  ' U  m  -M  ���������^%.  '"--r-- .*  ��������� ���������^'���������������������������^SffiS*'****


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