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 i  And  i,  ens  u '....-������������������ - --  Journal  Vol    V.  No    138  REVELSTOKE B.C.    WEDNESDAY, JMA.Y-4, 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  We are the largest buyers,  of   GROCERIES   in  the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to ��������� offer the  very best goods produced  in the* world at the very'  lowest :prices... Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging'  to us. ,"     .   -.    .-*.  !rThis:-,year. ,*we,_ have., jmade  arrangements    which   will  enable us-to-give our-customers 'better   prices  than  ever before. *  o  u  R  3  P  E  C  I  A  L  T  Y  Shirts  These'Shirts are recog-  'nized  to be - superior to  --   ."any made"in  Canada for*  ..' ^Stylef;��������� and _Durability."  - s"'%e'"havelhenT in all the  --"    Latest Patterns.  x~'-;   "      )-. "  X-ti H--, _  i-i'VC**  ** ���������*     fc. .s.  -r       -   ---,.-, 4l.-1S**.t fp*>.    ** '���������'       ���������****.*��������� ������*'-^.. '*J  >������$,-'~ -   - '-- >~'-""--"t'~  Neck ties i'y  ~ *"��������� -The celebrated Currie Tie  -_-������������������'    ���������The  Spring-Patterns  in .these Goods have just  -..V.-teen ���������. received, /and/; foe  ~ -.-��������� -Beauty-and -Taste, - excel  :y "*:--anythi n g" vyef 'produced  by this Renowned Firm  *'���������*"��������� ^f'Tie^Mafers:^?^!'  Hats! Caps!  The \yor 1 d-r e.n o w n e d  Christie and Fcddra'Hats  ! A consignment in the  Latest' Styles   has Must  %   -i been openedr up."- -- - ������������������" x  "rfftTl'K-tr*"'"**'-*'  ^ I***'**-"-*-  ���������iwealr^  ::?'"��������� "-*-'.'':'-*��������� - '���������'*.  For Spring and Summer.  .���������A welh selected "consign-;,  ment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, woolen*  Balbriggan and   FleeceT  Lined Underwear'just to  hatid*  ,-v-t7}   Vt- "*; i  PEACE REIGNS  AT LAST  Ladies'-and Gent's Hosiery: in -Silk, -Cashmere;  and Woo}. A complete  stock of the Latest Patterns and Best Quality.-  Hardware  '" A  carload, of   Assorted  Hardware "just'opening  - + ��������� UP   Kitchener Reports Boer Leaders  - Have   Signed  Acceptance  of  Terms   of    Surrender���������Great  Rejoicing Everywhere.  About 1 o'clock on Sunday afternoon  Ibe War. Ofllco received tho following  despatch from Lord Kitchener, dated  Pretoria',' Sutinday. Miiy.Slst. J 1:15  p. tn. :  " A document containing terms of  surrender was signed here (bis evening  at   half   mist   ten   by   all     the   Boer  representatives, as "well ��������� as Lord  Milner arid myself."  The clerk on duty* at the war of"Hi:e  tiatiMiiitted this message to Biirkin-z-  haiu Palace, where King Edward was  lunching.     ' ���������  At about 5 o'clock word was received  pei milling the publication of this  message, and the small notice which  was stuck up outside Abe .war ollice  consisted of a copy of Lord KiEclieiicr's  cablegram. ,A similar notice was put  tip otils'ide thc'CoIonial Office.  In the clubs, hotels, th'e newspaper  oftties, which weie almost all debet led,  tbe momentous news wns ticked out  on -the tape," then "like"' wildfire and  without any visible means fur the  transmission of the news, London  awakened to the'fact that the South  African war was over, lhe inb.ibitiinls  of tbe East End flocked lo the Mansion  House, just in time to-,see the Loid  Mayor of London, Sir J. C. Dimsdale,  come to'the balcony oh the front of  the municipal headquarters, antl  announce that the terms of surrender  had been signed in South Africii.  6 Amid many cheers, lhc Lord M.iyoi  made a.speech in which he expressed  the hope that London would show its  appreciation of lhe good news, by  behaving-itself decently, 'and in nn;  orderly, manner.    ��������� _  _';J-et,iis,"..said-the Lord .Mayor, in  conclusion, ''now, pray for along and  hiippyperiod_o(jpence.V -*..''  ���������"London.^ jfune', 2.-*-The ...following  message from 'King Edward, to his  B??""]"^*1.?.!'"*''"'"'''"after midnight :.. ;f  - "The King leceived the Welcome  news* of the cessation'of hostilities in'  South Africa wilh infinite satisfaction,  and His Miijesty.tnistsllmt'peace may  speedily lie followed by llie restoration  'of prosperity in't hi; new domains, and  th.it tbe feelings necessarily engendered by the war will "give place to  eai nest; co-operation on the' par'., of  His~M.ijesty"s South'African s,nl>j>cts,  in'promoting the'-progress" of the  country." _ ,    .  /According to,n despatch to th'e Daily  Express.from Utrecht, Holland,'Mi.  Kruger\vyis riuforiiied' Lliat peace had  been declared shot tiy after 0 o'clock  last  night.     Mr."  Kruger   bad    been  asleep. ^ t       ,       ��������� *���������"-.���������;���������    .  "My Gbdl" riesaid,-"it is impossible."  ���������j-.Mr, Kruger and his entourage, the  despatch continues,' hopes to be  permitted to return to the Transvaal.  Tbis, however, is quite unlikely.  '���������"iWjnnipeg; June 1."���������The Mayor'has  proclaimed a half holiday tomorrow.  in order that Winnipoggers m.iy  celebrate "the ^cojiclusiofr'of^ the .peace  negotiations between Briton and Boer.  w** M ontreal^Ju ne"- i.^-ThVcalilegram  carrying the���������welcome =news of���������peace  was sent to the pastois of all churches,  and read ,at ,the ovening service.,the  -re -\       .**'   *���������     * *     .      <F      '   < ,   ���������'-      -f i  coiigiegaliqns. .singing f'G.id Save'the  King." which was also played on the  chimes of several churches.  .NewY'RX, June 2.���������A sre.-iul to|  the Herald fiom Washington i*a;s the  news 'th'at peace'had "'finally*' been  signed between Great Britain nnd the  Ruers was received with satisfaction  in official circles. Senator Oullom. the  chairman of the Committee on Foieign  Relations, said: "It is a great event,  and one;longed :for. by-the nations of  the* eaitb, and cannot-fail' to be  gratifying, to the nations which have  ���������*jtre^:ii'������l6 for the rights of men. Thine  bus,* been more or less dilference of  (opinion among' the pr-nple. of this  country ns 'to the merits of the war.  btiCwhntjver have been the mei its, it  is "w"great thin__, that' the struggle i������  endejil. I have been more ill- less in  fear,' as to whether or riot the negotiations for peace, would 'succeed. - Tlii**;  seems to make it*, conclusive tlmt lh<*  struggle is orer. There will doubtless  be rejoicing everywhere.", -.'  Forest������*is, and of the local lodge of the  liiterniilioiiiil Association nf Miichin-  isl������, ,ilsj of St. Peter's Cbnrcb Choir.  RHgular in attendance, faithful in the  pi'i't'oi mn nee of bis duties, a willing  worker in all of lhe*.e or*_'imi/.*itions he  will be greatly missed and bis place  hard to fill. '        ."  '   >  The funeral took 'place ^ Monday  afternoon, the arr.ing'ements being in  the bands of th������ local lodge of I. O..F.,  and wai one of the Iatge.'t ever seen in  the city���������a lilting testimony to the  popularity uf the deceased. The ('. P.  It. shops were closed for the day and  flug& floated at half mast throughout  lhu city. The cotliu. was coveied with  thu Union Jack, and a r number of  magnificent wreathes "'frum the  different orguniziitions to. which  deceased belimgi-il and from* lhe  many pergonal friends of deceased mid  family. ..The remains were conveyed  from the house to St. Peter's Cliuicli.  wheie a full choral service was held.  On leaving the church the procession  formed as follows : Rocky.Mountain  RJlcs with ~iii-ius reversed, mule iiiein-  lirrs 'of'St.' Peter's Church Choir, the  Independent Baml- playing Webster'*.  Funeral March, Kootenay Lodge, I.  A. M., C.iiil Mt. Begbie, I. O. F.,  bier and pall bearer.-, chief mourners,  general mourners driving and nn foot.  The pull hcureis weie J. L. Smith. J.  T<~. McLean and O. He.ivo representing  the Forester**', mid K. Dudd, C. Palmer  and J. I nc lie**, lepi esenliug the  innthinists, _  "-'Oh reaching I he-grave a'bymn was  snug by the choii, and Rev. C. A.  Procunier in a few words commuted  Ibe body to its last resting place. *. Ihp  Foiestei*. Imi f.il service was'then read  after whicli the Rricky Mountain  R.lles lined up anil tired three volleys  over,,lhe_ grave, ji, parting salute/to  their departed comrade.  The IIeuald joins wilh the entiie  community in exl ending ils sincere  sympathy to the hcroaved family in  their deep affliction ,     r_ _   ..  ���������Men's, and   boys   Linen  H.its, C. B. Hume & Co.*..-.  and Straw  Rich Pay Dirt Discovered on  .the New Townsite of Gold-  ; fields ��������� Great Excitement  (Prevails. ' '"'  .GoLDJMELDS, June 2.���������The discovery  of rich-placi'i* ground nu iMeiilietu'iick  Creek, which practically runs ihinugh  the townsite of Goldfields., it*, c.iu-ing a  big excitement here*. Tin* whole liver  has- been staked'from one end to lhe  other. "Claietice McDowell and hi**  party have - eight claims 'staked from  which a splendid sample of coarse gold  was laken .i few days ago. This fuel  fin ther demonstrates that Goldiields  is I he banner camp of Ihe'f.imnus Fish  River distiiet. Wilhina mile of lhe  lOwif'aiethe largest fi-pe milling gold  giuiips in British Columbia, to say  nothing of this last "stiike of rich  placer ground practically within its  biiiitidiiiies*. '-'���������* ~*    -,'���������;.  THE TERMS  No, Vital Point has been Aban-  .'. dpned   by   Lord   Kitchener���������  Mr.   Kruger  has  no Part in  the Ratification.  London-. June 4.���������In the Housi* ol  Commons ye_.tei dnv, the fit at. wnds ol*  llie TrenVuiy nntl Governni������nt leailer,  A. Jt BnllViui', .'iniiiiunced the tecum nf  peace iu Snulh Africa iii follows: The  burgher forces lay down llieir arms  nud linnd overall rillrs ami munitions  uf wur in their possession, or under  I heir cot,tin). All pristincix me to be  hroughl balk as i-oon ,is pti-.*-,iliie to  South Africii, jvithouL loss nf libeily  nr property. No union is lu lie lukeii  Wgainst'-priaoners, except'wheie they  aru guilty of lin/ach of the i ules (if  war. Dutch is tu bu liuight in the  schools, if desired by the pirent*i. and  use.l in I hi* cnurls if iicces*,ai y. Rifles  are allowed fur pinteclion. " Military  occupation is lo be withdrawn as soon  as possible, nnd self government  snb������l itute'l. There is to be no tax on  the Tr.insvn.il to p.iv the cost of tlie  war. The sum of i:{,fXJ0 C.IO sterling  is to be provided lor re-slocking the  Boer fm ms. Rebels are liable to trial,  according to the law of the colony to  whK'li they belong. The rank and file  wjjl., btf--distm'iichised for life. Tbe  de^th penalty will not be inflicted. >  . The British autboritie*< absolutely  rejected lhe suggestion of the B.ier  delegates thnt the terms ,ol surrender  .shonld'be ratified liy Air. Kruger, 'and  deduced that the Boers in Europe had  no hand in tha settlement. The terms  show that the British Government  cari'ied.its contentions on every vital  point, while the minor concessions,  particularly those in regard to generous financial treatment, will greatly  appeal io Boers in general.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald   Man   on   His  Daily Rounds.- -    -  -ij        . - * *  Indications' point*-to an*' amicable  set th'iiieiiL'--iif I In,' C. N. I?.' cm-men's  trouble.** (iti lhe western iii*. islou. .  .  pii/it's'coimt  of   a  i ush of   woik the  C. PI R'shops are working ovei time at  pieSei.tr*'-'-*.    , *-;    -    ���������'��������� ���������- ;  ,    < _- -  - - -'  -   - City* Council. "  A special meeting of the city council  was held Saturday evening. Mayor  O'Brien in- lhe chair, and Aid. Taylor,  Law, Manning, McMahon and McLeod piesent..  The Mayor brought up the question  of improvements required to No. 1  fire hall. Resolved that the necessary  improvements be referred to Public  Woiks committee, and chief ofNNo. 1  brigade authorised to have work done  by day labor.  Aid. Taylor recommended purchase  of kits 11 and 12.block 7, Second street,  opposite B. Gainer's lesideuce, for drill  hall site.   The price was $4.*i0.  The neccHsnry petition was presented  and it was resolved to introduce a  liyl'itv, authorising the purchase, for  submission tn the rntep.iycts. Tin*  bylaw was read thiee times.  ���������Thu bylaw 'lulhurising th������ botrow.  ing of $8,000 for new city school-*  passed necessary readings for bubmis-  sion to the ratepayers.  , Altl.McLetid introduced the mattei  of city levels. ',0. B. Hume &Co. wen  al sea regarding u level for their ne'.\  blnck.'      - -       '  The Mayor pointed out importune?  of having (lxed standard*.  A lengthy discussion on the subject  followed resulting in the Mayor being  authorized to have standards fixed tn  murk permanent levels and a proper  plan deposited in the city otlice.  McCrossan Interviewed. - -.  A representative of tha Eagle had a  short interview with Mr. Chas. XV  Met 'rossun _ this -week. He had just  arrived in camp and was not ready to  give much information regarding the  summer operations of his different  companies, . '      -*  XVe were assured that the smelter  would work as soon as they could get  ore and fluxes. Mr. McCrossan has  rot the shadow of a doubt about the  smelter's success. Ho tells of standing  and watching a Vulcan smelter work  ing on all kinds of ore in Los Angeles  among which was 100 pounds of Metro  politan ore, which was treated ..very  satisfactorily, but, us Mr. McCrossan  says, the best way to prove to' the  peoplo of Ferguson that tbe Vulcan  smelters are all right is to get tbis one  turning out matte.  Tbe Triune will he worked to its  fullest capacity this summer. Jl large  number of.,men have" alrefdy left"to  clear out the trail and- get the cabins  in shape and as soon as packtrains can  be got to I he-property the men will be  put right to work. The Metropoliiau  will also be worked to about the same  extent as last summer and the other  propel ties will' 'also' receive some  attention.���������Eagle. ' :   ,-*'.  ���������Job Printing���������neat and attractive-  done at this office. . No job too .large'  or to small. Poster work a specialty.  Try us and be convinced."       '    "-���������-'���������  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  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 a.n  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's in1  " mind that this"is"not "a m'eagVe'or indifferent assortment of.the common" place,' but large" and  generous lines of all that ischoicest and most desirable,���������not a collection made up of what ts  _readiestjo_hang_orimost_easily-.obtained,^buua^stock^of_unparalle!ed���������variety,-_gathered_.from_  every soti'ree far and near, wherever Dress Goods'of meritjare produced. .,..      ,-.   .���������  ,.^ , ....  .-i7**.-..-  UP-TO-DATE   SUITS     FOR     THE     BOYS    ;AT    A     BARGAIN  Death of B. W. Temple..  It is with deep regret that we have  to chronicle in this issue the sudden  deuth of-on������ "of Revelstoke's most  popular young" men," Bert.W. Temple.  He waB taken ill on Thursdav and at  0:30 Saturday night he passed away,  death resulting, from diabete coma.  The news was a 'shock to many as it  was not generally known that he was  ill. c ���������  Deceased was 10 years of age and  the only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.  Temple. He had worked for sometime as a machinist in the C. P. R.  shops, but recently was employed in  the baggage department at the depot.  He was an active member of the Rocky  Mountain. Rifles, the Independent  Band, No. 2 Fire Brigade, Court Mt.  Begbie of the Independent Order of  Wash Suits.  Blouse Suits  Tweed Suits  Knickers  Knee Pants  Fauntleroy Suits.  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  Fighting between the police and  itriking teamster at Chicago continues,  The French cabinet today handed in  iheir resignations to President Loubet.  A toinotlo struck Loiiisburg, Wis.,  'nst night, doing considerable damage.  lion. Jus. Chamberlain's residence ut  Birmingham is nightly the scene of  patriotic demonstrations and ovations.  King Kdward will attend a peace  thanksgiving service in .St. Paul's  Cathedral on Suud.ty June Sth.  King Edward has cabled congratulations to Lord Kitchener and Loid  Milner and to the troops in South  Africa. _ * .  During the strike riots at Lorn berg,  Galicia, today, police charged the mob  and it is reported that several children  were killed.  Many protests are being made to tbe  board of health in New York against  the use of soft coal by manufacturers  and otheis in that city.  It will be moved,' in the Provincial  Legislature that a royal commission  be appointed to investigate the dii-  nster at the Fernie mines.       -   ''  Juliet. III., is suffering fiom a severe  flood. It is reported that several lives  were" loi/t. ' The lower part of the city  is "flooded and many buildings are  damaged: "*  Employees' of packing companies  agencies at New Orleans have skipped  out with books and "documents to  prevertt evidence', being-used against  them in criminal suit by, United States' *  government/'' ' -    *   -    ' ���������  s. The" races "for the Derby   stakes, at  _  Epsom"today"are"kex'p"ected  to. be-;the ",  most brilliant.in.years.   .All members ���������  of tbe. Royal  family and the_ foreign  potentates in England will  be guests j  ol King Edward,  - There   is   great   rejoicing   in. South  African'  'concentration     camps     and  ,  among-mOat of   the'- Boer prisoners of '  war,   because .peace'   reigns' at   last.  Cronje's   men   at.St.     Helena' .were  especially jubilant. ,   ...  J,The steamship. Empress ,of Japan  brought in a latge and distinguished  list' of 'passengers' including contingents from Hong Kong and-' Wei. Hai '"  Wei bound for lhe.Coronation/ '-They  leave for the east today.  ;.  The .Premier, of   Cape Colony"in a '  speech regarding the disfranchisement  of Boers said";    "The disfranchisement  *of rebels"of Cape Colony will defeatour  enemies'" in   the   house, as '-they have  been defeated in the field." The speech   '  caused a Jot of   bad feeling, and ths  mob stoned the building.  The ^Inquest Adjourned.. J  Boys'Clothing is one of our special hobbies."   We make   it  a  strong1- point  to   buy   the  nattiest and most durable suits for tlie little fellows." AVe think you can get-suited ih any style  and at prices that wc know cannot be equalled,  up-to-date.    ."*  Our stock this season  is  large,   varied   and  Spring Sale of Men's Suits  ; ' Our Spring Suit Sale is now in full swing.'iWe have sold more Men's and Boys' Suits  this'lweek than we hbvc ever done before in the history of this store. Our range of Styles and  Prices is still complete���������better values were never offered :  Men's All-Wool English Serge Suits���������Heavy Railroad Serge���������Single Breasted. "Regular $13 50.'   ���������,.,.," -L   PRICE '. ���������' .���������    * ��������� I���������0w  SALE  Men's Pure Wool. Tweed Suits, Brown and Grey Checks.  Price Per Suit. ...7.7:..: .".'   They aro well worth $12.00.   Sale  Sou can keep any nf these suits at home for one week, and if you or your friends don't think they  woith the price, we aie willing to return your money in full.  $ 8.00  are just  Boots ahd Shoes.  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.  "Fernie, J une 2/^0 wing to_tlie_fact_"  that   counsel   representing   both   the  Miners' Union  and   the Xrow's  Nest  Pass Coal Co. .were agreeable to an ad-   ;  jourmiient of the coroner's inquest till ,  one weel: from today, such action has  been taken. ,Mr. EliasRogers, managing director of the,coal .company, and  .  Mr. J.H. Tonkin, the recently appointed  mine superintendent, are both in town  and the former will likely remnin for  somedays, while the latter hasassumed  charge of the mines.  '   One hundred and fifteen bodies have  now, beeu taken out of the workings,  and it is conservatively estimated that  fifteen or twenty yet remain  in  some  of the smaller rooms which have  not  yet been *. thoroughly   explored.     The  little cemetery, platted  especially for  the victims of the disaster is gradually  filling up, but there are yet a number  of vacant graves,  which are ticketed  -with the names of men  whose bodies  are known to be in the mine.  1   The   town. is. now   quiet,   and it is  probable that as soon as all tbe bodies  ate out of thc mine, the company .will  reopen the wet-kings.' The first work  to be performed will be the repairing  of thc demolished  overcasts  for   the  carryiug.of air to and from the distant  workings of the mine.^ 'Wreckage in  the deeper workings will also have to  be  removed   before    actual    mining  operations recommence,   Nune of the  old miners  will   return   to - work  till  satisfied   that  all   bodies  have   been  removed and therefore it   is   unlikely  that organized effort in the worting of  the mine will   take   place   this  week.  While the Coal Creek mines are unproductive, the Coal company is working  its mines at Michel and Morrissey with  large forces of men.   The coke ovens  here have not been allowed to lis idle  since the disaster and   it  is   unlikely  that the pmelters have suffered to any  great extent.  1  If  ^41  '/ Fonrt|af.  n\ %'  Published Br  The Revalstoke Herald Publishing Go  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  K Si-mi-W'ceklv Journal published In the  micro-its nl the railway men. mlnlni; men unci  1.11-lncs.s meii.ot the Weat. Days of Publication  Ivi'diiL-mlay and Saturday.  ADVKRIIBINa  RATES.  Display ads., *1.50 per inch;-single eoliiinii,  12 per inuh when inserted ou title* l>H|>e  Legal ads., 10 cents per Inch (uonpariel). line  lot* Iirsi Insertion; ocents Ior each additional  lu-1 rtlon. Local noiices 10 cents per Hue each  1 sue. lilrlli, Marriage and Death Notices  tie...  SUB3CUI1TIO**.'  RJ.TKS.  liv mall or carrier. *2 per annum; ?l.'2o tor  ki.\ months, strictly in advanco.  OUH JOB PKPAI1TJ-ENT.  r offices lu  [.1  LllialVl^'orVrHr'''MairoVder.s proiiiptly ������  lo.   lilve us a trial on yonr next order,  TO t'OKRKSl-ONIlKNTM.  We Invite correspondoiicn on any subject  .V iiioi*" ������l io llie xeneral public, lu all cases  lhe bona tide name ol lhe writer must accompany inaiiuacrlul, but uot nccensarlly for  publication.  Address all communications lo the Manager  NOTICE TO CORHESrOSDENTS.  1. ���������All    correspondence    must   be    legibly  written on one side ol the paper only.  2.���������Correspondence    containing      personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  ot the writer,  (i   IC. GROGAN, Editor.  Wkdnesday. Junk 4. 1902.  The Statelting Industry.  The  mining situation  in  Montana,  Idaho and Washington is. tending to  transfer the smelting  industry  to the  Canadian side, Cnd   already a*  large  amount    of    American    capital     is  invested in   Canadian smelters.   The  Canadian     Pacific   Railway     has    a  smelter at Trail,   and  although   the  effect of its policy   of   giving   terms,  ���������which include freight and treatment,  is offset by an inclination to screw up  the rate on   ore   to   other   Canadian  smelters, it is instrumental in  retaining business on   the   Canadian   side.  Tbe   Grand Forks  smelter and    the  Dominion     smelter     are    American  enterprises   located on the Canadian  side, their situation being chesen with  a single eye te permanent and profitable  returns.    The   wet  ores,   indie  pensable as fluxes, are on the Canadian  side, but as yet the dry ores required  to give the resultant bullion  sufficient  value in silver,,have not been  discovered north of the line.    As   the   dry  ores are  widely distributed  through^  out the northern mining states,  and  must be assembled at some  point for  smelting purposes, the most convenient  location for the smelters is -where  tbe  indispensable fluxes are to be found.  The.tariff   laws   help-to     turn   the  balance in favor of British  Columbia,  for there the smelter can collect ores  from either side of the boundary free  of duty, while there is a tariff of one  and one half  cents   a   pound on  the  lead   contents   of  ore   entering    the  United   States.     The   transportation  interest!, of  which   J. J.   Hill is' the  moving spirit, also brings an influence  to bear in favor of  smelting on  the  Canadian side.    In fact tbe Canadian  smelters ar* dependent on   the   com  pletion   of   the' branch   linex   he     is  pushirg into British" Columbia south.  The^mericans"-whd'haveJ='irivested~iu  C'anadian   smelters   naturally   regard  the   Canadian Pacific   Railway   as   a  rival, and are inclined to patronize the  Great     Northern' because   it   is   not  engaged     in   the  smelting   industry.  With   the  exception   of  Everett,  on  Puget Sound, which handles Canadian  ore and foreign ores brought by water  there is.no silver lead smelter on the  Great Northern  system 'south of the  lioundary except that in Great Falls  The Grand Forks smelter.an American  enterprise, on the Canadian side, will  use Canadian wet ores to flux the  dry  ores from  many tributary American  points.   Nsihnit, Baker, Libby Creek,  Baulder and Big Mountain  are silver  producing   district!   in   Montana,  all  tributary to the Grand Forks smelter.  In Idaho the supply of silver   ore   is  furnished   by    Pend    d'Oreille    and  Boundary   Creek   districts,   while  in  Washington,     California     and     Old  Dominion . are     also    tributary    to  Grand Forks.   Many of these dry ore  camps have languished for  want of a  market, and the   wet   or*   camps in  British Columbia have been equally  unfortunate.   Smelting enterprise on  tlie   Canadian   side  has 'solved    the  problem,   and   tbe    branches  of   the  Great Northern Railway,  which will  pick up and assemble   the ores from  many points, are built on  easy gradl  ���������nts that will make'the* handling of  low grade ore profitable.   The silver  and gold ores of Republic,  in' Washington, 'will also find   their  way.  lit  Southern     British   Columbia   to    be  smelted.  Anecdotal.  On on������' occasion Governor "rMclc"  Oslesby of Illinois went down to Joliet  to inspect'the State prison, and In'one  of the cells he found a very ugly man.  "How did you tret in here?" asked  Oglesby. "Abduction," was the reply;  "1 tiled to run off with a girl, and they  caught "me." "I'll pardon you as soon  as I get back to Springfield," said the  governor; "I don't see how you could  expect lo get a wife ln any other way."  When lie was plain Professor Thompson, Lord Kelvin Invented the mirror  palvanometer and siphon recorder,  which made submarine telegraphy  commercially practicable. ll is related that.one day when he was engaged on his deep-sea soundings work,  lie was discovered by a visitor experimenting with a long coll et wire.  "What' is that for?" enquired the visitor, pointing to the wire. "Making  sounds," replied the professor. '."Ah,"  said the guest, jocularly, "what kind  of note does It give oft'."' "The deep  C, of course," came the answer, like a  shot, accompanied hy ijie well-known  twinkle in the professoi 's eye.  Not many years ago there was a veteran teacher in an On lurk, high school  jwho often made his classes wince under the lash of his hitler sarcuHm and  ready wit. One duy a little halt-  starved yellow cur strayed into tlie  school and the boys thought tliey saw  'a etiunce to express lheir feelings toward "Fussy," who was temporarily,  absent from the room. Tho frightened"  mongrel was picked up. fitted with a  pair of spectacles and tied yelping on  the teacher's -chair. "Fussy" entered  the room, walked to the desk, culmly  surveyed the work of his pupils, and  then turning to them said pleasantly:  "In my nUsence, 1 see you have held a  business meeting and elected one of  your number chairman."  The late Professor Blaekie, who was  familiar to everyone in the streets of  Edinburgh, had long, venerable, white  locks. He was one day accosted by a  very dirty little bootblack, with his  ."Clean your boots, sir?" The professor  was Impressed toy the grime on the  ���������boy's face. "I don't want my boots  cleaned, my lad,'.' said he, "but if you'll  go and wash your face I'll give you sixpence." "A* rieht, sir!'," -was the boy's  reply. Then he went over to a neighboring-'fountain'and fulfilled his part  of the bargain. "When he returned lie  held out his hand for the money. "Well,  my lad," said the professor, J'you have  earned your sixpence. Here" it is." "1  dlnna want lt," replied the boy, with  a self-Important air. "Ye can keep it  and get your hair cut." .  It Is scarcely credible that so faithful  a servant and so good a courtier as  John Brown of Balmoral could ever  deliberately have kept his sovereign  waiting, but the' London "Tatlei" relates an anecdote which shows that he  had a very human side. Brown was  very fond of fishing, and one day, when  he had a line salmon on his hook, there  came a message* trom the castle on  Deeslde, desiring his presence at once.  Queen Victoria was going for her afternoon drive, and It was Brown's duty to  attend her, as he always did, sitting ln  the rumble of the carriage. "Tell Her  Majesty that I'll be quickly," he said.  But .the salmon was strong and could  not "be landed at once. Another and  more urgent message reached him.  "Tell Her Majesty that I have a. salmon on, but I'll be in In a few minutes." Still the salmon held out, and a  third and Imperative command arrived.  "Tell Her Majesty," shouted Brown,  "that It's not.possible for rue to leave  without the salmon!" Nor did he. But  whether the Queen knew enough of  Ashing and fishermen to appreciate the  circumstances is not told.  GTprp  '"BiA'TtTi'V  FOB MUST GIMME  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  GAMP OF FISH RIVER  r  GO  The Centre for all the BigFree Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.   -.*  Business Lots, $100.     Corner Lots,  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT;  A  Ten   Stamp Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Etc.,   are  now on   the   way   to  Gold-fields for the N>rth-.  western    Development   Syndicate.      This means  that   Goldfields    will   be the   Big  Town  in  that District.  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R; ��������� F. ��������� FERR Y,  .   Resident Manager.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   B A., IX.ll.  Barrister,      Solicitor,    Notary   Public,   Etc.  First Street, Kevelstoke.  Money to loan, -  H  ARVEY, M'CAHTEX & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperiul Bank ol Canada.  Companv funds to loan at8 percent.  First Street. Revelstoke B. C.  'Artist���������I guess I'll make lt a half-  nude. Model���������Which shall I put on���������  my ball dress, or my bathing suit?���������  "Town Topics."  ������8������������"**������"**''"*^^  alex. Mclean & co  . ������-.. Agents for the  Mason &Risch Piano  *     OFFICE AT  $ J. MoLeod's Reside nee  SECOND   STREET,    EAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  3  ������������������������a������(_D������������������<^  MRS; LAUDER  FRESH FRUIT IH SEASON  ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  MINIS  [PROMPTLY SECURED!  Write for our mterc-.tnifc book* "Invent-?  )or'a Help" an I " How you are swindled/'  )Scnc! ns a rough sketch <>r mod*.I *>f your in-^  J veil tion orimprovemrnt nnrl we-will tell yotw  Jfree our opinion n-** to vhcth-r ii :* probably^  >i-attfiitable. Rejected application* have often;  Jbren s'tccc-isfiilly pro*c**nt**<i by u*. We 3  /conduct fully equipped office* in Montreal;  ��������� And Washington ; thif qualifies us to prompt-J  ily dispatch work and quickly i' cure Patent*)  Smbro-id as the invention. Highest reference*^  | furnished. .  i Patent-* procured thrcugh Marion & ���������****,  Jrion receive special notice without charfre in y  (over 100 newspapers distributed throughout<  )the Dominion. ,  Specialty:���������Patent business of Mamifac-,  )turers antl Engineers.  MARION & MARION  Patent"Eapert*! and Solicitors. .  S/u������.._. / New York LllfB'Id'B.nontrealiJ  l"���������-- * I    Atlantic BMfr.W*s.ifi.8rtoil DjCjj  SOCIETIES.  Red Rose Decree meets second nnd fourth  Tuesdays ot each month; White Rose Degree  Meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall:  VikitiiiB brethren welcome  G. E. GROGAN. HY. EDWARDS.  President. Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  - Regular meetings are held in tin  Oddfellow'.*! Hall on the Third In*  dav ot each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  A. J   HNSOX, W.M  W. U. BIRNEY, Eec.-Sec.  "CHURCHES  METHODIST CHURCH. KEVELSTOKE.  Preaching services al 11 a. rn. and 7:30 p.m  r\Zl meeting at the c ose of the morning  Jir "c?. SabbaS School and Bible Class at SLJXi  Weekly Traver Meeiine every Wednesday  evening at 7:30. The  Invited.   Seats free.  public  are   cordially  Rev. C. Ladnkb, Pastor.  ST. 1-rTEI*. S CIICBCII,  ANOLICAV.  EIi_.it a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m., ma* i.***���������.  Litany and sermJn (Holy Eucharist lirst bun-  davin ihe monlh); 2:3o Sunday whopl.or  children's service; 7:30 Even-long (choral) and  sermon Holy D-lys-Tlie Holy Eucharist is  MlfbrS edI ai 7 a.m or 8 a.m., as announced.  Holy Bapii������m alter Sunday School atS.lo.  n    j      ' c. a. pROcr.NiEB, Rector.  ymaBYTKRiAS cirep.cin -   ���������  Se-vice every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to^hich all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  8 p. in. every Wedngg.^ c <.,���������,���������, Pftstor.  KOHAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mass   at 10:30 a. m ,  on  first,  tecoiid  and  fourth Sundays in the m���������^, THiy1?R.  SALVATION   ARMY  Meeting every nigh! In their Hall on  Front  Street.  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  EASTBOUND     8:20  WESTBOUND  17:30  SOUTHBOUND     8:10  TOURIST    CARS"   DAILY  ,    TO ST.-PAUL  Wednesdays & Sundays to Toronto  Fridays���������To Montreal and Boston  FltKE TJU8 MEETS  ALL TKAIN'S.  IRST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HEATED IBY HOT 'AIR.,  nEASONABLE  RATES.  Brown & Guerin, Props. 7^y'-f'-7A  ���������''���������' 7 *������������������*."- *      -���������*-"--���������'  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT,IN EVERY ROOM.  HOURLY STREET CAR .r HAB WELL' SUPPL1EDHY TnE CHOICEST  MEETS ALL TRAINS. ' WINKS,  LIQUORS AND ClOAltS . .  .7. .  .  .  Now  LOW RATE TICKETS  on Sale from Eastern Points  STEAMSHIPS  FROM VANCOUVER  TO-  TO-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  mutter, etc., call on or address,  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  lievelstoke.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passenger Agant  Vaucouvor.  & GO'T  Wholesale and Retail' Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.    ;MUiT0N.     SAUSAGE:  FISH AND GAME IN-SEXS0N������: ^  WTT'I'TTTTTTl'TtTl'TTTTTTTTTl!  ?  %  H   EDWARD  TAXI DERM IWT.  oDEKR HEADS, BIRPS. Etc. MOUNTED,  jiiVr'l^of ^'esbVterun church  Third Street.  ��������� Summer   Coats.  Hume & Co.  all    styles,   C.   B.  4**+**************i*******  PELLEW-HARVEY, f  BRYANT & CiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1890  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mine*. London.    Seven  year*  at Morla   Worfcn,  8wan������ea.     )<   yearn   Chiel  Cbemint   to Wlgan Coal and Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chemist and Amaycr, Mall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  ASSAY WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  up l  A ipeclalty made of checking Smelter  Piilpi.  Samples X'om tbe Interior by mall or  express promptly attended to.  Correspondence solicited.  VANCOUVER,1 B. C.  ***1lr******9******l*******  ���������t    A. KIRK.  Dnmiiil n Bnd Provincial Land Surveyor.  REVELSTOKE, B. ���������*'.  W. Mollisonj  General Blacksmith,  Wagon Maker, .Etc.  DEALER IN  WAGONS, BUGGIES, PLOWS,  HARROWS,' SEEDERS, ETC.  DOUGLAS STREET.  Revelstbke, B; C.  | Baker and  I   Confectioner  A full and complete  line.of  GROCERIES  A. I Smi  5 Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  f and Railway Street. X  X *  **ll<l*l*******************  H. G. PARSON, President.  M. J. O'BRIEN, Managing Director  ���������ne Revelstoke Wine aiidSpirit Co.  Limited Liability. ���������'    .-->.,.- *. -,-.  Carry a full andtomploto line of " '_  Scotch and Ry* WhisklM, Boandlea, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qlna,  Porto, 8herlos, Clarets, OKampaa.no, Liquors  Imported and Domestic Oigars.'  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot Water  And Steam Heating., Gas  Fittin  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 2Tic,  per doz. Cnblinge, Celery. Lettuce.  Tomatoes, CiwliHowers, Candytuft,  Dranthtis. AwterB, Verbena, Petunia*.  Sobelia. Marigold, Phlox, Sunflowers,  Coreopsis, Nasturtum, Chrysantne-  ������ um 25c. per dozen. Cabbage $1 per  100,     J. .AlaW-y. Rerelstoke.  ������������=������ UNION ~������#  Clear   Factory  REVni.STOKE,   ������.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop  Brands:  8PECIAL   and THE  OUR  ALL  GOODS   UNION   MADE  Laces and Braids i  A large range of Point f.acc,  Duchess     and . Battciiburu  Braids,    Stamped    Designs,  Htampcd Linens, Embrolderr   '  Nocdies, Hooks, &c.  Berlin and Zephyr Wools, all   .  sliadvs, Slipper Soles, Valen-  clencesLace, Insertion.  Call at "������������������������ - ,My  MADISON PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell]  ., McKeniie Arenue      ocW  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop;    '  LIVE, AND LEI LIVE!!  Please don't try and run vus  - out of town Wy vending your  orders east. We must have  your work in order to' live.  We depend on you for our  work 1 Eastern Jioiiseg do  not I Do not allow; yourself.  to be roped in by their peddler* We also guarantee  to give you bettet- aatUfac-  tion for your money.  'JR.  S. ' ���������WIX.S03ST, .  Next.tbe McCarty Bleck.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, tit.  --- ���������   to any part ol tht tity *  * *   - *-'  Any Kind of Trarisforrtrig  Undertaken  All ordera left tt K. M. Bmytho't. Tobatca  tore, or by Telephone No.7 will nceivs pronpt  ttentlon. .    .,. *., v. ���������*,-*.-   ..:<-.**,  Jas. I. Woodrow  Retail Dealer in��������� __,  B&t; F>orK)    \y  Muttort/Etci  "**��������� -ni*'f7fim"g'Tn JTmniirin" "  .    . AyordariproaipUy fllltd.   .     ......  *. 'i #  f^&������0^������9^������#*'&9������&9#099������: Pfi&Pg^&J*^*****************! 9******������������������*&������P������*������������-������.JMHMNMHf.'.  4r,r  i The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley.     Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic'coar'cbmpanie's'and'the CoppeV'an'cl Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources: Co^l, go!d, 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 iind banked by the payroll of the Siniilkiiineeii Valley Conl  Company,   Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment and development (if their eoal mines, installing  of water, electric light and power plants nvo already ai'ivin^fd for. The development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coming city of the interior of British 'Columbia.  : City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  - Lots in Ashnola are safe investments.   In'Blocks 1 to -1* and 13 to 20 the' price will be advanced 25c.  per month until May 1st.. 1902, and to temper cent, in tho remaining blocks. The present price is from ������50 to  $223     Twenty-five per cent.'cash, throe, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangements are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  tbecompany nt 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 eents. Today they are  quote 1 at $80.00. With the advent of transportation, Similkameen Valley Coal can be delivered at any  point iu West Kooten.iy or Yale as cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER. PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LEMITED.   NELSON,  B. C.   -****fc������j������#j������i������jPj*V������.^^^  &HE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo --Lots  BUY BEFORE" YOU^'SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus'"of.-'tlie*   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the Lardeau Creek'with fork to that point. . - -    .CIRCLE'CITY is"beautifully situated'at'the base of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  and Surprise Greeks.     ;_ V  CIRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded ..."'by    Mining   Properties   now- under.  r; -      ---..- ' Development.   - ���������.-'.A A .7" i  . .   -' '_. . ���������  Notice.  HEREBY   GIVEN   thai  .late I intend tn apply lo  NOTICE   IS  thirty days aftei  the' Honorable thc Chief Coiiiinis*.ionci-ol  Lands and Works for permissii ������������������ to rut  and carry away timber trom tho 1.'lowing  described lancl.s :  Commencing nl a post planted on llu*  south side of, lhe Columbia River, about  ono mile below the mouth of Canoe River,  and marked " Maude Skene's North-East  Cf.i-.ier I'osl j" tlicnce south So fliiiins;  thence wesi So chains; ihence norlh So  chains; thence east to liie point ol commencement.  MAUDE SKENE.  Dated this 29th day of April, 190J.  Notice.  " NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  thirty days after date 1 intend lo apply 10  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ot  Lands and Works for permission to cul  and carry away timber from llie following*  described lands :  Commencing* at a posi planted on the  south bank of the Columbia River, about  one mile below Iho mouth ol" C.inoe River,  aiul marked " Henry Lovewell's North-  \Vo:.l Corner, Post;" tlienee soulh So  chains; tlicnce cast So chains; thence  norlh So chains; thenco west So chains to  lhe point of commencement.  HENRY  I.OVEWEI.L.  Daled lhis J91I1 day of April, 190J.  Notice.  NOTICE  thirty-days ;  application  Splendid  .Which will be utilized, .next Season by  *>.-.-.*. .     .   -     -.- 1   ->.--:. 1 :'-_.    -t   c  Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOP; PARTICULARS AT ONCE  ,TO THE: GENERAL* AGENT,.  (&. B. B^THOi  Ferguson, B. C.  IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat  ifter date I intend to make  lo the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  special license to cut and carry away  timber I'roni tho following described  lands :  t onimeiicinpr al a post marked " G. I!  Nagle's South-East Corner I'osl, planted  0x1 the north bank of the Columbia River,  one mile west ofthe mouth of Canoe Rivei*;  thenco nortli 80 chains; theuce west 80  chains; ihence soutli So chains; thenco  east So chains to tho point 61" commencement.  -- C.  B..NAGLE.  Dated this 29th day of April,  1902.  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 to  cutand carry away timber from the following described lands :  Commencing al a post planted on the  north-bank of lhe Columbia River jusl  above the mouth of Canoe River, and  marked "Fred Robinson's South-East  Corner Post;" thence nortii 80 chains;  thence west So chains; thence south So  chains; thenco east So chains to the point  of commencement.  FRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April,11902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date Iintend to apply  to (he Honorable Ihe Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special  license t.o cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands;  Commencing at a post planted on  the east, bunk of the Coluinliiii, Kiver  about two miles above tlie mouth of  Wood River, and marked "Olivia  Robinson's North-West Corner Post;"  thenco south '10 chains; thence east KiO  chains; thoncc north -10 chains; thenco  west KiO cliains to the point of  commencement. '  OTJVIA ROBINSON,  Dated tliis 20tli day of April, 1002.  NOTICE.  I, the undersigned, intend 30 days  after date to apply to the Chief Commissionerof La nds and Work?, for a  special licence to cut and carry awuy  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 posf, thence running  in a westerly direction -1(1  chains thence norlh 1(H) chains thence  east -10 cliains Lo Columbia Itiver thence  along Columbia River 1(10 chains lo  place of commencement.  Dated tbis 1 Ith day of May, 1002.  A. Edgar.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that  thirty days afterdate I intend to apply to  tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the foi,  lowing described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  east bank of the Canoe River, about four  miles up from its mouth, and marked  "Olivia Robinson's North-East Corner  Post"; thence - west So chains; thence  south So chains; thenco east 80 cliains;  thence north 80 chains to the point ol  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  -Daled this ist day of May, 1902.   Notice.  Notice.  NOTICE  JJ..TICE IS HERE!)** GIVEN that CO days  ���������Iter date, I intend to make application tc the  Honorable the Chiefs uiumiKSioner of Lands  and Works Ior a special licence .to fell and  carry awav timber Irom the following described lands:  NOTICE  N0.1  Commencing; at a post pie  chalns*>uorth of St. I.eon Hot Springs ou the  Arrow Lakes aad marked J. T. south west corner, thence east 160 chains ; thence north -III  chains ; thence wen 160 chains ; thence south  40 chains to place of commeucei.-.ent. "Lt'. '- ���������'  ,; no. 2.. -���������-������������������.----   .'->'���������������.  Commencing at a post planted about .1.miles  south from the mouth 0/ Ileep creek nt Uiilcna  Bay, Arrow Lakes,'.marked J. I'.-.and being 1  about Schains east of X.II.D.'a.-wi.iitli vest enr-  _iier_po������.: thence.westWcbains ;_ilieiipc south  M chains ; thence east tio chains'; thence north  80 chains to plare of.commcnccmcnt.,-. *. _  Nelson, B. C March 3rd, 1902.  JAMES a: TAYLOR,  *^w^.*������'^*JW'-i</^*^*'.-'*:^v.v-Su.'Arrowhead/v7  TAKE NOTICE that CO days after dnte I  intend to apply to tlio Chief commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase .1  piece of land.descri bed as follows :  Commencing at a' post marked F.J. 1 old-  smitlrs'No. 1 post,'thenco soutli -10 chains;  tlienee ea->t*!U chains ; theuce north *10 cli-uns;  thence west 40 simian,.to point of coi'.iiiience-  iiienl���������lfiO acres more or less. This land was  staked by J. li. McKenzie last .lune. lias a  I purchase* No. 1 post aD*out 100 feet from Uold-  tinch trail and abolition feet up hill, the east  line'tallowing-Flali Itiver.    .' *,  :   Located Februnry'20, 100*2. ���������-.������-  ,.     .-!���������*. J. GOLDSMITH,  r..   -..-  -... *.-���������-,  .j--   * -   GoldlicldLs. B. C.  Certificate of Impveroments.  ���������NOTICE.  Butte, Silver Bow. au.l*_i'liH*k_ninmOD;3,  Mineral Claims,������ tuate in thej.ur<lcaii MIiictj;  Division of-Went ���������"ootenay District. - -   -  Where Located: Near the.'Head ol Lexington Creek, a tributary of Kish Creek.     .  *   .   )  TA.tE NOTICE.tlmt I, A..1'.,Cummin*. ������k  Agent (or the'Double Eagle Mining anil Pc-  velopment Company,.Limited: of Ferguxm,  B.C,/ >ree Miner's Certificate No.. M.8GI,  -intend, sixty days from the date-hereof,* tn  apply to tbe Mining recorder Ior a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Gram ot the above claim. - * [  Antl ������'uftherTake Notice that action; U-Jdlo  Section 37,'roust >bo* commenced  beforo t'.ie  Instance ofsucu.Ccrttfloato of Improvements  l'atcd this twenty-third day of January^A.D.  Wi.. .    ,  '���������    ".       1 A. 1\ CUMMINS, P.L.S.  Feb. tr-if - ���������.-���������-- ���������    *     ' - ���������' "* ���������  TAKE ".JJOTICE that 60 days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Co-anii*i*,ioncr  of Lauds and works for permission to cut and  carry away,- timber...irom��������� thc following described lands':���������**'���������'" ���������'���������-���������"  ��������� ' '"  Commencing   at  a   post  marked i'oiter F.  Perry's southeast corner post situate about 200  I feet from Scott Creek, theuce west 40 chains;  thence north 1150 chains; thence ca.*t to chains;  '    ihence south 100 chains, to the'plact* of commencement; containing 0)0 acres.  ���������     ,   , ROGER F. TEIIRY.  GoI.dflQlds.\B. Cl. Oct.'nth; 1901.: \ Nov. 0-tf.  HotloatoQelinquentOo-Owner.': r i:  To John-IVMoorB or to anyone to-whom'lie  may have transferred bls"intcfcsl3 in the  Oilman Fractional mineral* claim,* situate  iu the -ardoau Mining Division.  You are hereby notified that I expended the  ���������um or one-hundred and_scyeii._dollars.aiul  lifty cents (S107.SO) in labor and -money on .the  beforewenfioned* mineral claim;*'In order to  hold said mineral claim under Section 'Hot the  Mineral-Ac.t;.and if .within ninety days (90)  from tbedateof this'notice, yon fail to contribute jrotlr proportion of'nu'nh expenditure,  together  with all costs, of .advertising,* yur  intsreit ln said mineral claim will become the  property of.the undersigned, under Section 4  of an Act -entitled."  Au  Act  to-amend the  Mineral Act, 1900."  Dated at comaplix, B. c,   this' ISth day  of  April, A.'D., 19Ti.  JOSEPH BE8T,  ���������*���������" " Co-OWnor.  Th������ GIsveran'dfand'Brftrsh* Columbia -  ! Mlnlrig Cfimpariyi Limited.  NOTIOE.  Certificate of Improvements.  ib-roT-raiE  Morninjr ^ttir. Walrus.Sea Lion and Bonanza  Mineral claims,--itiiate iu the i.ardeau Mining  Division of West Kootenay District Wliere  located : On Menhenick Creek, near l'isli  River.  ' TAKE NOTICE that r,-F.C. Green, acting as  agent for.Au^us McKav, I". JI. C. B 3'JOOo, and  J. II. McKenzie, Free M'ner'*, Cerlilicale Xo.  11 'i-202ii, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply tolhcMinlng Keeorder for ..ertilicates  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 beforu t..e  iabiiaiicc 01 such Certificates of Improvements.  -t-Dalcd-tlils first day ijf March,-l'.K)2rA7l}~������������������  1      ��������� '       '       -,' x.   K.C. GHF-EN,'      -  *    -       _     ~ per F. S. C..  ..-.'-���������      -'   - Nelson, BC.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN - that  thirty days after dato 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 lands7:   ' ' _ -  Commencing* at a post planted on the"  east side of the Columbia River, about two  miles aliove tlie mouth of Wood'River, and  marked-" Fred. Robinson's South-West  Corner "Post"; Ihence east 160 chains;  thence north 40 chains; llience west 160  chains; thence soutli 40 chains to the point  of commencement.  ERED ROBINSON.  Dated this -.gth day of April, 1902.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30  days after date I intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chiel Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cutand carry  away tiinber from the following described  lands in West Kootenay:  Commencinjfat a post marked "li. L.  MeMahon's Norlh-Wesl Corner" planted  on the oast, bank ofthe Columbia River al  the south-west corner of the timber limit  helil by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; thenco east 40 chains; thoncc south  160 chains; thence west 40 chains, to the  east bank of the Columbia River; thence  north along the east bank of the said river  160 chains to the point of commencement.  E. L. McMAHON.  Dated May 5th, 1902. .*>.  They Are Still There.  " I Inul it lot of did mining stocks in  tlie liotise," saii a Dctroiter tiiio  invests in most .uiyLhing to oblige a  friend, " nnd when I wont last fall I  took along a list of them. One day in  a Nevada lnwn I asked n real estate  estate mini if lie hud ever heard of the  Re.l Hii'tl mini'.  "CorLainly,���������1 used to own half of  it," he replied.  " ' "What became of it :���������"  " ' Well, it's the well in my back  yard today, and a good one it makes.  Tliere was 110 extra charge for it when  I bought lhe place. It's the only  $2,000,000 well in town.'  " ' And what about the Lono Tree  mine?'  " * Tha Ume Tree ? Oh! that hole  hns long been used to" bury dead  Chinamen in. Makes 11 ������3,000,000  tomb for them, and the critter* are  almoat glad to die.'  " 'And the Blue llill miner' I continued.  ** ' Tlio i31uellili:j Le&ine see. Why,  I believe some saloon keeper over at  the Hills is using it for a cellar. It  keeps Iuger beer cool the year round  without ice. Makps .-1 nice little cellar  for a million dollars.'  " ' Tliere is one more. I want to  ask about the American Kagle mine.  Perhaps you have heimt of it':'  " ' You have come to the right man.  That was my $1,000 pet mine. Ye������,  sir, I helped to sink that shaft myself,  and it was honest -work. We put it  down at least six feet while floating  the stock.'  ',' ' liver raise any ore?'  " ' Not an ounce?-  " ' And no dividends were everpaid?'  V ' Not 11 penny.'  "* And what finally became of the-  mine?'  " "It's 'right back of the livery  stable over there, and th'e man keeps  his feed in it. Tlie Golconda is up the  6treet and is used for a dump, ��������� while '  the None Such is down the street' and  is used for a town lockup. The Non-  pariel is over on that hill, the Monte  Christc just to the left of that grove,  and the Bottom Dollar '  " But I had heard enough, said the  Detroiter, "and E came home and  traded allrny shares off for a rat trap  with two doors, and made a big  bargain at that."���������Detroit Free Pi-pss.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for n. special  license to cut and carrv away timber  from the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on  the east bank of the Canoe Rivei.  about four miles up from its* mouth  and" marked "C. R. Skene's North-  West Corner Post;*' thence cast SO  chains; thence south 80 chains; ��������� tlienee  west SO chains; thence north 80 chains  to thc point of commencement.  C. 11. SKENE,  Dated this 1st day of May, 1002.  Childish.  Certificate of Improvements.  *r '"'."2<rOTIC!E"-  TAKE KOTICH thut GO days utter (Into 1  iiitcnA to u.m>lv tiv'tlio Chief O.mmiMilon-'r of  Lands unil -Works (or permission-to purclrn*,*1  the lollowinv dcscrihuil Innds:  Coiiimoru'ini. uu post mnrked ")'. MeAda-ns'  'o. I Post," u.tuatH-r-lO'.v to-thc old line u(  Bill i nrnnMnrd's pre-emption,' Fl������h CrocX  theuce north il) chuin.i, tlieiu'o west '20 ehiilin.,  thencesouth'IlP.chiiitiH, thehec* enst 'ix> clniins  to point ol commencement.     *. ,.  ' Goldiields, Jan. 18th. IOU'2. ' >~  ,1       ���������       '   .       !       * .    , .'  K. McAoam.  JsTOTIQE  .���������MOTICK���������lh iit ilxty dnys niter dnlc I intend  '*' .to apply Uo 'the Chief Ooiuiiilssiniier 'ol  'Lands and Wc.rkS'.for pcmiission to i*ureli*.*o  *3*20Hcres of Inrid Hftiiiitcon thc-Noriacfest Ann'  ���������of Arrow Lake, in the District of K ,-, ,-K.ooto-  jiay B.C., fniitdeHfrlbod'113 follows.  ' Commencing froin S.W.'tjdrneri ..'������������������'������ uni,  -thenee North iwtroiiomlcal 'JO ciinlr, '��������� .i hence  .\Vcst80 chains; thence South llu ch'.in* ap-  ���������nroxiinatciy; tlienee 120<l chains ..ortli-'  -.EaBterly to poIiit..ofpommencemeut. .! .  \ ��������� .'- ' -'l'UED. ROB1NSOZ*.".  Icb. 5���������tf.-5- \   S    *:-'<*. It?SKENE, ^oS. .  Centre Slur nnd Lvdilng Star Mineral  Claim*,iltuKtein tliel.nrdcau Mining Divl*-lon  of West Kootenay llistrict. Where located:  On,.Menhenick creek, n*_������r 1'isli itiver. |  TAKE XOTICE that I, F.C. Oreen, -icting n.s  ngonl for J. It. McKenzie, Tree Minor's Cerlili-  cau! No. It 320JJ. intend, slxtv dnys from lhe  date hereof, to apply to the Mlnliiir Keeorder  orCcrtlllcates of Jinprovcmenl*., for lhe purpose of obtnliilug Crou'n Uitinlb of the uhuvc  claims.  And furiher'tiiko notice Unit nc.lIon, under  "Ci'llon '.it.  must lie   commenced    before   the  ihtniinceof Mich Certtlk'ntcb of Improvements.  Dated this tlr������tdny of March. 1������K!,'A. D.  I*. C. GHE'.N,  Iier 1*. ii C ,  Nelson, B.C.  _" Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  tliirty day:, after date I intend to apjily to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner 01  Lands arid Works for a special license lo  ciii and carry away tiinber from llie following* described lands :  - Commencing* at a post planted on the  cast side of the Canoe River and alongside  of the Canoe River'trail, about one mile  above the mouth of Harvey Creek, and  marked " C. R. Skene's South-West  Corner Post;" thence north 80 chains;  thence west 80 cliains; thence south So  chains; thence east 80* chains to thc point  of commencement.  '      . C. II. SKENE.  Dated tliis isl daj- of May, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afterdate I intend to apply to  the-Honorablc-the-Chiof-Comniissiotiei-��������� of-  Lands. and.Works for a special'license to  cutand carry away ^timber from, the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planled on the  wesi bank of the Columbia River, jusl  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;  thence north So 'chains; thence east Ho  chains, more or less, to the bank of tlie  Columbia River; thence following the  bank ofthe Columbia River lo llu* point 01  commencement.  HENRY LOVEWELL.  Dated this 5th day of May, 190J.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  Prop.  but,-  "It's very odd," says baby,  everybody knows,  'Ihe longer that my body geti������������������  CELEBRATION  CORONATION DAY  Certificate of Improvements.  :' NOTICE  " ���������*" *      tsfO'J-IQ-B-  TAKE XOTICE thnt sixty 'lay* after dnte I  * intend to apply to the Chief ''ommfosioncr  of-Lands-and IVori-a*for permission to ]iur  ch.n3c_a..i>arcol of viand described as follow*;:  Commencing at a'postniarkeil Alice rerrv'-i  No. 1*Post; themce ivcst.'.-O chains; tlicnce  Morth 40chains; thenee Kast 20chain-*: llience  South-11) chains 10 point of eomineiieeaient.  This fraction of latui roraniein'.es Nortli of K.  F. I'crrj's'pre-umption inllowini; McKenxIe's  North-west Liac      --���������-���������     *   'asFOTIOIE  v    ;   -���������;���������</"     TTTT    ;-i    . :  NOTICE in hereby given that the head offices  o.   ThfeiOlaval*nd 'Uid*' BrltUh Col-  umbfa.,H.lnln__. Company, Limited, have  b������������n -aovedfrom Rossland to Revelstoke, n.c.  -    - April 18-1 iu  farwelu-estate;  The choice Iand,>north of, track,  between Tap'pibVs end Long's, will  be "eubdivlieil lot sale ai 'soon as  -p6nJbiiy;'',,-,('  cm: 1bpr6at,_  I. O.BOX, ������2S.  moccor Icaa.  Goldiields, Nov. 27,  containing about 80 iicrcs.  1901.  AUCE I'i'l'.KY.  l)c-o4-lm  asroo?zoE  KOTICE Is liore-bv given that 30 (lavs  datel intend to api '    -    ininiionerof Lauds and  to cutand carr  date X intend to apply tn the  chief Com*  ud W  :y a\vay t  lDBdeJcnibed-fundk:���������ComoieiK'liii; at  ' lied ?ox mill Ridge Mineral Claims, situate  iu the Lardeau Mining Dn l-ion of West Kootenay IJi-trict. Where loomed : On Menhenick  Creek. nenr.FIsh itiver. _  T>.KE NOTICK that I, F. C Croon, nctinc as  audit for Annus McKay, Free Miner's Certtfi-  cam No. E o2005. intend, sixty days from the  dole hereof, to applv to the Mining Uecorder  for Certificale-*7 of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of.the above  claim".  And further take notice that ftftlon, under  seetion 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of *.uch Certificates of Improvement*?,  Dated thia first day of March, l'.*02, A. I).  '���������   '    F.C.GREEN.  per I". S. C .  - Nelson, B. C.  Notice.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVKN tli.it  30 dnys after date 1 intend to apply to llu*  Honorable theChiof Commissionerof Lands  and Works for permission to cutand carry  away timber from the following described  tract of land in West Kooteliay:  Commencing ala postmarked "John A.  MeMahon's South-West Corner,'" .planted  at a point 160 chains southerly from the  soutli liinit of the lands of the Pittsburg  Syndicate situated north of Deatli .Rapids;  thence east 40 chains; llicnec'.'north- 160  chains, to the soulh limit of the lands ofthe  Pittsburg* Syndicate; tlicnce west 40 chains,  to'the cast bank of the'Columbia River;  thence������!oulh along the' east' bank.of saiil  river 160 chains to tlie point of commencement.' ' - -     v .   ,      ������������������   ,     ..   - _  JOHN-A'.'McMAHON.  Dated May 5H1, 1902.  ���������^4_Sl?ORT,S^AT_REVELSTOKE-. =.  T���������������   June 26-2T  Days  BASEBALL,*.  FOOTBALL,  CRICKET,'  LACROSSE  and other matches  Shooting Competition,  Morse Racing,  Athletic Contests,  Dance and Entertainment.  orks for  pertni^slon  away timber from toi  - 'i ���������'.Jri'-i.'-i'.--    i  VICTORIA,  Bi'o.  follow  ._^  _ M a post  atlbc situth-casl corner of Roucr" F. Terry's  pre-emption,. marked "Southeast'corner of  timber limit applied for by-P. J. Uoldsiiiith";  thenco t-revt 40 okains; tlicnce north IliO chain-.;  tbence east 40ehaiiil to Fish*. Creek; tlienee*  following themeandurluirs of Fish Creek. 1C0  chains to (joint ot commencement; containing  610 acres, more or less.  F. J. GOLDSMITH.  Thomsons Lending, October 16th, 1901.  Certificate of Improvements  * IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S'.Ttr.VTE   IK   TIIE   REVhLSTO    E  MINING  Division of West Kootenay District.  Where Located: Ou KevStone Mountain,  Bis Iteml. near Do������nto Creek.  , TAKK NOTICE tliat I. (ieo. S. MeCarter  ax'tini; asagenl fur J IJ. Graham, Free Miner's  Ocrlillcatc So. I������. SKI ani for W. II.Vlckers,  Free Miner's Ccrlidcate No. 60821. intend 60  ���������lavs Ironi life date hereof to applv to the  Mining Keeorder for Certificates of'lmprove-  m<*nts for the purpose of obtaining Crown  ���������Grants of tlie above claims.  ANI) FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that, action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Deled Hits 10th day ol Februarv, A.D.1902.  Feb 12-tf a**. ���������. MeCarter.  QOD   SAVE   THE   KINO  WING CHUNG  Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods  .lust Arrived  ���������the shorter grow ray olotheal"  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after datel intend to ".pply  to the Honorable tho Chief 'Commissioner of Lantlo.and Works foraspecial  license to cut and cany away timber  from the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on  the west bank of the Columbia River,  about one quarter of a mile below the  mouth of Seven Mile Creek, about six  miles "above Death Rapids and marked  "Maude Skene's South-East Corner  Post;" tbence 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  bunk of the Columbia River to thc  point of commencement.  -    - MATJDE SKENE. *  Dated this 5th day of May, 1002.  IN  IIAMIIOO  CHAIHS,  FANCY TAIH.HS,  TEA TRAYS,  CHINA WAltl'., ^  FANCY OOO l)S,      ,  NAl'lvlNS,  HAXIlKKltCHIEFS,  FANS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Running between /.rrowhead,"'Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, oommencln). October  llth, 1001, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Lauding  and Comaplix twice daily���������10k. and 15k.  Leaving Comaplix and Ihomson'a Landing  for Arrowhead twice dally���������7:15k and l2:*_ok  Making close connections with all C. F. R.  Steamers and Trains.]  Thc owners reserve tbe right to change times  of sailings without notice.l  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  Ranchers for the Province.  ��������� Mv. J. C. Cotilin, manager of tli������  local brunch *of the wholesale house *of"  Pither <fc Leiser, has. just" returned  from nn extended trip through "the  intt'iior of the province, says the  Vmu-ouvei* Province. Mr. 'Conlin on  his business tour had occasion to inaV.e  a more or less extended stop in every  part of the big intei ior and has a good  idea of business conditions there,' He  states' that times are good in the  mountains and in the ranching die-  triets of the lino of railway, but" the  most impoilant item uf all that he  brings is one full of good portent for  Britinli Columbia.  Mi. Conlin met several men from  the Northwest Territories inspecting  ' the possibilities of British Columbia,  for farming and grazing lands. They  were delegates from the lata lead-  owners in tno Northwest who have  sold their^ranches and farms in that  country to immigrants from the  United States. If the delegates report  favorably upon the prowpecta in  British Columbia, a whole colony of  their friends and neighbors will follow  them here.  The prospective settlers are all men  of means, haviug disposed of their  Northwest properties to good advantage, and arc willing to pay a good  price for land that will suit them.  What tbey seek is good land and *  more favorable" climate than that of  Alberta and the Northwest. Tha  delegates are now going through tho  Okanagan and Nicola Valleys, and  will afterwards inspec'. the land prospects through the Fraser Valley,  Chilliwack and the Delta.  I:  ��������� ":  W  -il  T1*  %i We h;tve them in all  the new designs for the  year. See our samples  if you are going to  paper.  Canada Dru0, & BeoK Co  BORN.  McSoklev���������At Ituvclstoke, .lune *ll,!i,  to'Jlr. and Airs. H. .1. AluSorley,' u  son.  NOTES OF  NEWS  --Frenh butler at A. S. Smith's.  Mr. nml .Mrs. IVidisheim went soutli  tliis morning.  Andy   Ferguson    is   in   lown   from  Victoria fur n few. dnys.  ���������Fn-sli Ci'i-iii'ei'ii'.s at A.  N. .Suiilh's.  M. (iraily, of Si. l.uuii, was in town  Monday on a bu.-iness visit.  I). l'Vrguson nml Arthur Kvan*?, of  Benton, were in lown yesterday.  ���������A fur load nl* B'.'iekstnilli's Coal now  unloading at C. IS.  Hume k Co's.  Mrs. XX'. Elscu, of Ivainloops, it*  visiting in tlie city tliis week.  II. Floyd "left for Ferguson thi.*  morning on .1 coiipie of days visit.  ��������� Suniinnr   Coals,   all    styles,   C,    B.  Hume A: Co.  F. Appocosl, (Kamloops) is a visitor  to Uie city from Ferguson.  "Mayor Cumiuing of Sandon spent a  couple of days last week in tlie cily..  ���������-Men's sashes, all. kinds, C. B. Ilntne  k Co.  O. XX'. McCrossan, of the -Metropolitan-Mining Co. was in town yesterday.  Mayor O'Brien went into the  Lardeau this morning on a business  trip.  ���������Slater's. Bell's and King's shoes at 0.  li. Hume it Co's.  His Honor Judge Forin is holding a  sitting of the County Court heie  today  Grading started this morning on  Mackenzie avenue by *\V. Fleming for  sidewalks.  XV. G. Hurst, of Vancouver, the C.  P. Tt. contractor was in the cily on  Monday.  Mrs. Foley, of Arrowhead, spent  yesterday in the citv, the guest of Mrs.  McCaity.     '  E. XV. B. Paget returned Monday  evening from a week's visit to C.tl  gary.  The Kevelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  are bottling the water from St. Leon  Hot Spring?.  11.  G.  Parson, of Golden, president  of tbe Kevelstoke "Wine k Spirit Co-  spent Monday in the cily.  . Thos. Mt-Naughl, manager of llie  Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium, was  in town on Monday.  "VV.   G.   Goepel.   provincial auditm  came  iu   from   the   west tliis morning  and went soulh to Nelson.  The St. Andrew's.AVilling Workers  will hold a handkerchief baz.iai* and  sale of fancy work on July 1st. wilh  entertainment in tiie evening.  E. C. Froiney -- has received tlie  contract from W.' G. Hurst for the  stone and brick work ot tlie buildings  lliat he is-erecting at Laggan for the  C.P.K.'  Mrs.' 3." W. Thompson, of Beaton*,  was in town yesterday to meet li*.'r  daughtei, on her return from a session  "^it~C^6lu"iTriji7!^i;olle'fl^7N������w^VT^ti'i,.ii'i?~  ter. Mrs. Thompson returned home  this morning.  Steamship Kevelstoke went down to  Nakusji on "Monday afternoon to get  her capstan put in place and a few  other alterations, which have to bo  made. She will lie hack in a few day.*.  and will make regular nips up llu*  river.  Don't forget tin; icecream ,ind l.iwn  bociable lomoi row afternoon and  evening at llu* grounds id" Mr. John  McLeod, Second siri'i't.  and oilier g.imes, ".villi  lht*    Pianola,  Ll.Bl_.il I..JJU1JUH..1L!   IHIIU IIIII   ���������i|li ������IHf   l|,i,.|||,.j|||   .1.  .PLI"-1  fe>'*'^i^pi^^_^i^  ���������'NAME ON   EVERY   PIECE."  Chocolates  & Wc have lately imported^  w thc   choicest varieties of ^  W the above   in   bulk,   and vj  vj������) arc'sclling at (j  1 "75t. perl. 1  ������> ��������� ���������  (|?)   ..." Highest'Award .-.     <=  m      at tlie World's Fair.       G  m ^  -Drugstore  ^>#������S<g>#^#S#������#'  Tlie Weslern Federation of Miners  have graiiled $1 000 in the relief of tiie  i'Vi uie siilVerers..  .1. M. Scot I, on behii'lf of Bourne  liens., lias issued a writ, against the  .'ii'adslreet Co. for $10,000 for libel.  .Mrs. C. B. P.iget and her youngest  daughler left on No. 2 lhis morning on  a visit lo friends in ' Ontario. Mis.  Paget will lie east about three months.  Peauquette Hanged.  .The sentence of dea'tli passed upon  Louis Pcaiii-iiotlc for tho murder of  Alfred Legero at Notch Hill was  carried out tliis morning in the presence of tlie jail ollicials and a few  others. The Kev. Rather Michels was  in atlnndancu upon the unfortunate  man .at an early hour and until the  yery last .administered spiritual consolation to him.  Promptly at S o'clock, Kadcliil'e, lhe  hangman, l'.mnd the prisoner's arms  and with a. (inn stop and demeanour  Peauquette walked to the scaffold.  Beyond trembling ho gave no sign of  emotion. After tlie rope was adjusted  the bolt was quickly drawn and the  doomed man' was launched into  eternity. The pulse caused to beat in  SA minutes and thc heart four minutes  later. Thirteen minutes after -the  drop fell. Hr. AVade. tho jail surgeor,  pronounced life extinct.  The usual formal inquest was held  and the jury, consist ing of .1. Smith,  (foreman), C.S. Stevens, G:T. Mallery,  F. 10. Armstrong, J. 11. "Wilson and J.  T. Hobinson, returned- tlu: usual  verdict.���������Kamloops Sentinel.  " Too Rich To Marry "  Is tlie first play wherein Dunkard  Life is portrayed that has ever been  on the stage.  mm  \V' t'"\ *'?Pi*A^L^  ;*! K?7������& '-\      k<  :*      , -    .������77'~l\,ll .   M  ��������� ' \<r  BELGIAN    HARES  T'ic* qim_*ke-.t breeders ami jrreatest  n-.s.ney maker-,   in   the   srn^Il   slock  line >if liu** prv-ivii dav.      Xm.1I   br.*d  ssoi-k of KAhilODA.'  PrUv���������.56 ant! Sio per p.iir.  according io age.  THOS. SKINNER,���������liev.-lsiok.*. B. C.  Ping Pone j  the   centra'  Ailmi���������.inn  atli itctiou.  10 cetK**.  The news that ���������.������"���������"** '"1 hi-erx  declined w.n imiiuiii.crd from Lhe  pulpits nt ill'* < hint lies jn llu* cily  Sunday eve:,ittjt. lh<* toiigieg.atinii*-  singing 111,* d.'Xology. "Praise  fiom \i iinm itli Blessings Flow,  "God Save tin- King."  A meeting of the Coronation  bra tion committee was held  evening. A programme of lli"  days sii'.rt w.is iliaded am! pis  The finance coiiimilli e repot leu thai  a handsome -sum had been r fillet led  in cash and a number of nihil-  prizes for competition.  John P. Wells, the well known C. P.  K. conductor, and -Mrs. Julia lie Al>������i*si*  (both of Nelson) were man ied on  Tuesday [evening at tlie Methodist  pirsonage, Rev. J. II. "Wliile olTii-i-  atiiiif. ISiissC. IJIake. of Itevf.-l.itoke.  attended tiie bride. Mr. and Mrs.  Wells expect to reside in Nelson fr.r.  the present.���������Nelson Sewn.  Rev. XV. C. Calder left last night for  Armstrong to attend a meeting of  Presbyte'-y for th*? induction of the  Rev. Mr. Campbell. Kev. Mr. McCoy,  of Vernon, will preside, and preach  the induction sermon. Kev. Mr.  Calder will'address Ihe minister, and  Rev. Mr. Stewart, oT K-nnloops. is. to  ftddress the people.  thi*:  ���������������������  When Spring Tints arc Desired  and Economy is Advisable.  3  st****-  ���������JS*****���������  a_R���������  at Fair Cost  Gfe~-  99���������  ee���������  fflfc-  &*���������-  10���������  .*__���������������  SH���������  1&���������  a���������  $t���������  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  Vou can't beat them and you can't wear them out  before you have had your money's worth.  GENT'S FURNISHINGS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS  COMPLETE IN EVERY DETAIL.  TAYLOR & GEORGE  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Mail Orders Solicited end Promptly Attended To  CLEARANCE SALE!!  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost in. order tn make room for  another large car of Furniture, which  will lie here shortly, call and see if  we can't arraigi* to'snpply you. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  I X3.JL-VTS1 ITI.  The largest, stock of the latest AVATCH.ES,  CLOCKS, RINGS, SILVER WARE, 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"~ a-TJ-y :b.a.:e">,:b:ej:r/.  "WATCH REPAIRING  A  SPECIALTY.  SIBBALD & FIELD,  -A-a-iEasrTS ;fo:e&  Real Estate  -FINANCIAL-!  Insurance  COAL FOR SALE,  n. P. R. TOWNSITE, "       (  MARA TOWNSITE.  CiEKKARD TOWNSITE. - I  CAMliORNE TOWNSITE, ���������  Cnnnda Permanent & Western '  Ciuiiuln Mortgage Corporation. ,  Equitable Vavluga Ix>iin and Huilding Association.  /���������imperial Fire.-.,   Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Fire. I  Canadian Kire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Fire.  J Guardian* Fire.   Manchester Fire.. Great West Life.    '  I 0**ean.-*Accidcnt and Guarantee.* Confederation Life  ��������� ^Canadian Accident Asburance Co.   Connecticut Fire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  CONVEYANCINQ.  WE HAVE JUST  REMOVED INTO OUR  NEW QUARTERS  ON   MACKENZIE  AVENUE  BOURN  C3-E53STB-E?,JVi:Xj   3^EI^OI3:^Ll>rTS.  J. D. SIBBALD, Notary Pubii-.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  CHAS. Al. FIELD.  Wj^)f������^'������^^^)@)'������^^ <^)(^^)(^)(^)!^)^)^)(^)^l^)^  Tapping's Opera  House  AN EXTRAORDINARY ENGAGEMENT.  FRIDAY,  JUNE   6th,  1902  (sp  (H  di)  <i������)  ���������������������������  Our Ladies'  Tdiloring Depdrtment  Is steadily growing���������in fact  our Business,this Season-is.  more than double.  ������������������  We .undonbtedly, turn out the.  most Styiish and Best fitting  Costumes ever seen in  this .  City. ' -  We are doing more business  than ali others, combined,  because the Ladies know a  good Costume and they talk  about it.  J. B. CRESSMAN,  LADIES* AND MSN'S HIGH CLASS TAILOR.  Manning Blook,       MoKenzIo Ave.'  ti  THE LAUGHING COMEDY  SENSATION ,  TOO RICH TO MARRY "  ICE.CREAM  Davs are Here.  Why not call at  Bew's Drug Store  And Oo Away Hack--*   " Ami  pMriuk'--- "f tl.c   Kpfrc-uliin-?   Drinks  which (Mpif. fnun our .Sorla ?oiintnin in  filnm-i rontiTiiif-tiJ1* ^trffims.  We Use True Fruit Syrups  Oi fk-itpioii* fli-vnr**. ftlfo Crushofl Fruits  nnd hii:h fla^s If*������ Cruftin.  ffjgF~ln Llie rr-nr of the Sstorc is ample ftpcom-  moihiiUm fur tho**c v. ho wl*������li to set awhile flt  t!n:ir drink**.  Only Ten. Cents for High Class Material  Real Estate Bargains  W. BEW3,  Phm. B.  Iirngglsl and'-tatloner.  Brown Block. Telcphone������8.  A Roaring;, Rollicking;, Screaming Comedy  AVITIF AN INTERESTING PLOT.  TTI'-TO-ID.A.T*E3   SPECIALTIES.  Prices���������60c. and 75c.  Scats on Sale at Canada Dnijj & Book Co.  $1450  Good Residence &  Store Building.  Terms���������$200 cash ;  Balance   on  Easy  Terms.  $1250  8-Roomed Residence, with all  modern iraprove-  iiiunts. A. very desirable property. Terms can. be arranged  with suitable patty. *  $900  6 Roomed House,  with bathroom, etc..  Kood   cellar. - W ell  situated   for  a   C. P. R.   man.  Easy Terms.  $1200  Plastorad House  with stone foundation. Good gardsn'  50x100 feet���������well located.   This  ia a special bargain.  $1050  A- line Residancs  -������7 large room*  and Bath Room,  Electric Lighting, garden 60x100  feet. A comfortable home,  soiling at a great sacrifice.'  80 acre Farm, about  5 miles from Salmon  A'mStation. . Best  of soil, good timber for domestic'  uses and good roads. ' Terms te  the right party. ��������� ;',  A Number of Other Raal Estate Bargain*. ���������  CaH and Inspect Our List.  Revelsto e Smelter Townsite3  Fine Residential and Business Lots 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.  1 IP'MfliS     DDAfi     R������aU Batata Brokers.  bBVVI9|   DnV9i   financial ut! Ineurmne* Ajrenta.

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