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Revelstoke Herald 1902-06-14

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 y  -;?'7/ rto^<-^  /  ',    /r-,j -,/-v,  ���������**>-.'. ..-C---1-' y   ���������"       /  xiw ay  Vol     V.   Nfo     141  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,   JUNE J 4, 3902  $2 OO a  Year in Advance  AROUND THE  We arc the largest buyers.,  of GROCERIES in the  North Kootenav, and are  therefore able to offer thc  very best goods produced  in tlie world at llie very-  lowest prices. Although'  times have been hard during' thc past year, our business lias been the largest  wc ever had in Kevelstoke,  which is very cncouragihg-  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 arc recognized* to be superior to  any made in Canada ior  Style and Durability.  NVe have them in all the  '*--''       Latest Patterns.  Neck Ties  '������������������' .The celebrated Currie Tie  :-.:���������'���������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 eno w n c d^  Christie ancl Fedora ld'ats-  ' A    consignment   in 'the  Latest   Styles    has   just  -been opened.up.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining- to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man on His  Daily Rounds.  Alex McGregor, tiled. I'. II. bridge  foreman, is in lhe cily today I'roni  -(iiildeil, where his new arc al work.  ll. W.'Xi'iviiiiin, a O.I'.It.   engineer,  running on lhu   Kasiern   Division   out  of I'oil Arthur and eldest. s fW. .*-:���������  and    Mrs. Newman   of Llu; cily is here  on a visit, wilh hi.*, wife anil family.  The C I'. It. have recently placed an  order with fhe Rodgers company, of  I'atlrisoti. N. .1., fiir four new Jl).  wheel locomotive.-*. Ninety locomotives, all lt.lcl will he turned out for  the C. I'. U. this yeur.  A .Miiiilre.'il despatch says it, is  leported Ihnl (J. W. Spencer, general  superintendent of llie IviMern division  of tin- (.'. I'. It. is iibmit to leave the  service of the company to become  general malinger of the Canadian  ���������.NoillK'in, .Mackenzie iV M inn's road.  A very prelly and fashionable .June  wedding took place un Wednesday  ���������iasl at :! o'clock at. Knox Chinch.  Winnipeg, when Mr. Charles Manuel  -Meek, 'or Tomiitu. and .Miss K.lilli  .lane, third daughter of .Mr. William  Whyte. assistant In I'resident Shaiigh-  nes.iy r.f the C. P. It. were united in  J_he holy bonds of mal'imniiy.  ..-������������������lYesidentSliaughiiessy'.sspecial train  arrived in the city at S o'clock lasl  evening and the president, and party  remaincd in the city all night leaving  ���������:fm* the wiSst at S o'clock this inoriiing.  General .Supl. .Marpole end Supt.  Kilpalriok. mei lliem at Laggan on  Thursday and accompanied Ll'em over  their divisions.  As n (rain of dat, cars was backing  .swift 1}-.*into a siding near .Slocan on  Wednesday, Brakeman Pecle, of  Nelson, caught sight of a three-year  old girl sitting on one of the rails. The  train was moving, swiftly. Poelc  .rushed to the end of I he car and with a  pole i.iughL the child under the legs  and threw her backward**; into a ditch  jusl. as the train reached her. Tlu*  train was Mopped and it, uas ascertained that lhe ihild was not even  Uruiscd, thu long ut-ass having broken  'her fall.  ���������- A serious accident, 'lectured at noon  on*Tuesday on the ' Fun est extension  oftheC. P. 11. Tliu accident took  "place ,-it't'he bridge which is lieing  huilL over a ravine near Itnlphloii,  The bents were all-iaised in the bridge  except'three. Men were engaged in  raising one running bent when t'.ie  limbers supporting the sti uctuie gave  way. Aliniii. thirty men working on  and ai mind the bridge at t.he time.-ill  escaped unhurt except live who were  ���������tjiidly injured, one dying within a  minute after the accident accui red.  ,Qne man had both legs and one arm  broken in two places.  than the vear before. To do this he  <lnoted figures frnin the Interstate  Commission's report, showing the  amount of freight handled yearly, the  number .nf employed on the different  railways, the dividends paid for two  dill'ereiit years, IS!).! andlS')!*.* There-  was, he said, a competition ..between  every railroad manager in  North America, and that was on  operatirg expenses. When the railway repurls were sent to A Vail street,  il. wa.s easily teen which road had the  heaviest operating expenses. ' The  malinger of that repoit made verv sun'*  that iu next report his expenses wou'd  be lower: else he would .-oon lose his  own position. To reduce expenses he  would drop u man here nnd there,  reduce salaries a few cents a day by a  dilVereiu arrangement of schedules,  and all this bore on tho employees.  Mr..Kstes did not deal a.s much with  the Canadian Northern strike a.s his  audience expected. He merely advised  the men tn bend all their energies to  getting an audience with Mr. Hanna,  and he believed that .Mr. Hanaa would  find I he men were as perfect gentlemen  as hu was himself and that their  demands were moderate.  lie also announced that the local  union of the U. B. 11. E. had a membership of 100 un Saturday, i.ow the  membership was 170. After the  meeting some thirty moie joined.  Underwear  "For'Spring ahd'StnTiTfieTT  - A'well selected consignment of Imported Scotch  and Knglish fine, woolen  Balbriggan and Fleece-  Lined Underwear-just to  hand.  Hosiery  Ladies' and Gent's Hosiery in Silk, Cashmere,  and Wool. A complete  stock of the Latest Patterns and Best Oualitv.  Hardware  A carload of Assorted  Hardware just opening  up. "  Large   Gathering    Listens     to  Card to the Public.  *' I ^-, -A\*-sA-V^*':*������5.j '^,  ^iA^���������S''fi^^fii^'i^SS^?j i '-*  The Gentry Bros, famous shows  wliich will soon visit t his city, although  new in lhis section, have a reputation  preceding thorn which guarantees that  there is a treat in store fur lhe patrons  nf lhis well known amusement enterprise. The exhibition is the largest nf  its kind in lhe world and the press i.f  the entire country is , speaking uf its  excellence.  .The Cent ry Jlros.-wiMi to announce  to the public that everything connected  with their show ��������� is conducted nn  strict!*;' li'iucst and huunrabre met heels  and there will pn.-itively le no  gambling nr games of chance tolerated  on ihe day of exhibit inns.  ��������� Soliciting' your kind patronage and  gu iienl e.:ing ynu the greatest treat  seen here in years, in   the .���������iiiitiseuient  line. We beg to remain,  The Publics Obedt. Servants,  Gentky Buos.  C.P.R. IMPERIAL  LIMITED SERVICE  Commences To-morrow and the  First Trains Going East anc*  West will Hit Revelstoke on  Wednesday.  The lime table is out fm* the new  Muniiirr service ul' the C. P. It. which  will be inaugurated tomorrow. The  new (Iyer, than which in magnificence  uf equipment and accommodation  there will be none belter on any  railway line, will cross the continent  in S2 hours, tt will leave Vancouver  it V3M o'clock on Tuesdays. Thursdays  and SrftiirdnyH, and will arrive at  Vanri-iuvur on Tuesdays, Thursdays  and Sundays at IU o'clock. The  regular train will also lie on the route,  and will leave Vancouver daily, as  usual at 14 o'clock.  At Revelstoke the Imperial Limited  going east, will leave on Sundays.  Wednesdays and Fridays at 4:20  o'clock, and going west will leave on  Mondays, AVednesdays and Saturdays  at 21 o'clock. The regular train going  east will leave daily at 8:10, ten  minutes earlier than usual, and going  west* at 17:15, fifteen minutes vai Iier,  than before.  On the Arrowhead branch, mixed  trains will leave lievelstoke daily at  8:40, arriving at Arrowhead at 10  o'clock. Returning, the train departs  from Arrowhead at 15:05, reaching  Kevelstoke at 10:30. Cmnections being  made with the Pacific and Atlantic  express trains,  Fiom Sicamous Junction, for the  accommodation of thoso bound into  the Okanagan country, triins will  leave daily at 7 o'clock, reaching  Vernon at 9:15, and Okanagan Landing  at 10:20. Returning will leave the  latter place at 13:40, arriving at  Sicamous at IS o'clock.  A Fortune in Animals.  Gentry Bros. Famous Shows, whicli  hive been united for this season,  number among the personate of their  Company no less than one hundred  superb, pel feet. Shetland Ponies. At  the consolidation of Gentry Bros.  Sh *ws the stock was "carerully  inventoried and only the very best  retained, consequently, this season  those appearing in the exhibition are  lhe most aristocratic, well hied,  intelligent animals in the entire world,  and their cost alone, not including the  many painstaking years of slow tuition  would represent an immense fori une.  Theaniinals at e all seen to advantage  in the superb slreet display, whicli in  its augmented appearance makes it  exceptionally interesting and doubly  worth seeing. The date of exhibition  of Gentry Bros. Famous Shows United  has been definitely lixed in Ibis city  for Saturday, June 21st.  Lawn Tennis.  The tennis court in the skaling rink  is now ready for play. Season tickels  for tennis, etc., may be obtained frum  the lessees, C. It."'McDonald and A.  M. Pinkham. Ladies will have  exclusive right to thecouit ou Wednesdays and Fridays. If others are  waiting to play, ticket holders musi  not play two sets in succession. Any  breach of this rule will hu promptly  dealt with by (he management.  Tennis shoes must he worn on the  court. Ticket holders will be admitted  free of charge to promenade concerts  with the exception of that to be held  on Coronation Day.  Cheap Rates.  In connection wilh the celebration  liy the Orangemen in this cily on the  12th July next, the C. P. R. have  granted cheap excursion rates from  the following points to Revelstoke and  return :  Ashcroft   $1 I),.  Kamloops     3.75  Salmon Arm     1 03  Vernon     3.03  Golden     2 ST,  Arrowhead     1.05  ���������Men's Felt Hats in soft Fwdora  shapes, regular Jjil 25 and $1.50,  for 50 cents tonight nt lteid k Young's.  Jas. A Taylor, representing the  Clara Ilaniner Co., has been in the. city  this week, preparing and advertising  for the company, which appears in the  opera house for one week commencing  on MondaA". at popular prices, vi*/.. 25c,  ���������35c. and 50c. :"  A great improvement has been  made at the C.P.R. station hy the  formation of a prettily laid out little  garden below the platform. A neat  lawn, dotted with flower beds has  been laid out and will add considerably to the appearance, of the place.  Prof. A. C. Beech has arrived at the.  Hotel Kevelstoke, as was -announced  in our columns last week, where he is  prepared to startle and astound all  persons who have sufficient intelligence to realize the significance of the  lines on the hand or the growth of the  brain. He accepts no money unless  satisfaction is given.  ..*'��������� Pres. Estes���������The U. B. R. E.  I-:-  "-Gains Two Hundred Members in Winnipeg.  One of the largest gatherings of  railway men in many months assembled in Foresters' hull, "Winnipeg, on  Monday night, says the Fvee. Press.  The International president of the  United Brotherhood of Railway Km  ���������ployees, Mr. Geo. Kales, spoke for  three hours and retained the interc.-.!  of several.hundii'd till the last moment.  J.i-foiG .Mr. Kstes spoke, Mr. "Wm  Gall, who presided. Mr. Cowley.  prc>������ideiit of the Trades and Labor  Council: Mr. "Win. Scott, president of  the Labor Party, and Mr. Dale, cei tutor Ihe Voice, spoke briefly.  Mr. Scott, in his speech, said that  every branch of Canadian Northern  employees, he understood, wilh the  exception of the engineers. wer ���������  disposed to support the men out cn  stril'.i*. - He believed that-the engineeis  were mistaken in their determiiintion  not to j.oin with the others, as their  hour of trouble would likely come as  well as that of other branches of the  service.  Mv. Dale scored Mr.   Hanna, of   the  Canadian   Northern, for   a statement  appearing in a  published interview to !  lhu   effect   that the  system   wa.s  not!  inconvenienced    by   the stiike ot    the!  machinists.      11   was   common know-!  ledge, the ,-peaker said, that the whole I  road   was    seriously     inconvenienced  thereby.  The Topic Mr. Kstes discussed was  tlie existing condition of railwaymen  iu America, and he* devoted a couple  of hours to showing how the railway  men of America performed more  service every year.earned more money  for their employers every year, and  received   loss   individually   each vear  shionable Dress Goods  To see what is correct in Dress Goods for Summer, you must see what this Store is  showing. .That fact is gaining prominence every season, and this season will be more prominent than ever, and our stock of popular priced Dress Goods has been supplemented by an  extensive array of leading novelties from the celebrated markets of Europe and America.  Tin's, 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 is  readiest to hang or most easily obtained, but a stock _of unparalleled   variety   gathered   from  .every so.urce far and near, wherever. Dress Goods of merit-are produced .^^ -.-, _-_= ���������������������������_   UP-TO-DATE   SUITS     FOR     THE     BOYS     AT    A     BARGAIN  Wash Suits  Blouse Suits  Tweed Suits  Knickers  Knee Pants  Fauntleroy Suits.  LATESTNEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Briet  As Received Over the Wires  From   Every   Corner   of  the  Globe.  The famine in Sibetia is >pivading  with increasing intensity.  The volcano Kilaura iu Hawaii,  Hawaiian Islands, is active.  Sn change is reported in the sirike  situation in lhe Anthiacite coal region.  During the   Week  ending yesterday,  the Granby  <- liei   treated .S.iitl tons  of ore.  The great St. Louis l>_*rliy of  $15.(100, will be run today at St.  Louis, Mo.  The Armenia arrived at Hulifax  yesterday with over 1000 immigrant**,  from llamliuri.'.  Conservatives have entpred a protest  against lhe election ,.r A. G. McKay,  liberal, North Grey.  The street car men's stiike in Paw-  tuckel. \{. I., is much ijuieler today.  Military are patrolling the streets.  T.he secretary treasurer of American  District Telegraph Company. New  York, has   been   arrested  for stealing  $17,000.  '11 i Alanine steam ship Tunisian  sailed from Montreal this morning  with the Hong Kong coronation contingent aboard.  The crop bulletin issued by the  Manitoba Department of Agriculture  reports all the crops in a flourishing  condition throughout Manitoba.  Marconi announces the invention of  a highly sensitive magnetic detector of  electric waves by which it is possible  to read about 30 words per minute in  wiieless telegraphy.  A strike of street carmen is iinmi-  nent iu Toronto. The president of the  street car company lefuses to recognize the Union, and men demand a  uniform rate of 25 cents an hour.  Warrants have been issued against  many of the Irish parliamentary  party on a charge of conspiracy in  connection with tenant troubles on the  Defreyne estate, Roscommon  county.  Kire yesterday destroyed several  building in Philadelphia, including the  Thiid Reformed Presbyterian Church.  The loss is estimated at 8200,000. Up  to -1 p. m. three bodies had heen taken  from the ruins. The firemen estimate  that 12 lives wcr������ lost.  King Kdward held special Court  today to receive addresses from the  Lord Mayor and corporation'of London  and London County Council. Jn his  replies the King dwelt on the valor of  the Boers and said he believed that  they would make loyal British subject*  TO ADVERTISE  THE BIG BEND  Boys'Clothing is one of our special-hobbies.     We make   it  a  strong   point   to   buy   the  nattiest and most durable suits for the little fellows.     We think you can get suited in any style  i and at prices lhat we know cannot be equalled.    Our stock thi.s season   is   large,   varied   and  up-to-date.  Spring Sale of Men's Suits  Our Spring Suit Sale is now in full swing. We have sold more Men's and Hoys' Suits  this week than we hbve ever done before in the history of this store. Our range of Styles and  Prices is still complete���������better values were never offered :  Men's All-Word Knglish Serge Suits���������Heavy RailroacLSerge���������Single Breasted.    Regular $"< all.    -���������..  __  SALK PRICK .,....".      $11.50  Meii's Pure Wool Tweed Suits. Brown and Grey Checks.      Tliey are 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 pi ice. we aie willing to return your money in full.  Boots and Shoes.  Proposed   Excursion   up     the  River, .into    the Bigu_Berid_  Country Under   the Auspices  of the Board of Trade.  The regular meeting of the executive  of the Board of Trade who held on  Thursday morning, present C. F.  landmark, president; F. Young. F.  McHeth, A. K. Phipps, F. McCarty,  G. S. .MeCarter. .). D. Sibbald.  The ipiestion of advertising the Big  Bend country ' was the main topic  discussed. A delinite decision on the  matter was postponed ''until after the  return of an exclusion of business  men, which it is proposed to get up  for next Saturday on the ttcainer  Itevclstoke.  It, was further decided lo extend  invitations lo Ihe sister boards of  trade in British Columbia to send  icpresentativcs to t.-.ke a trip into III*  Big Bind ou the s. .*-. Revelstoke.  which will take place about the t-nd of  next monlh. This is an excellent idea,  which Tin*: Hkiiai.d hopes to tee  carried out lo a successful i.-Mic. A  vis-it from lepresentative businessmen  in the province is just what ix needed  lo attract attention to the Big Bend  district and cannot fail to have  exi client icsults.  W'e 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.  REID & YOUNG-  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  The Clara Hanmer Co.  The following from the Seattle  Times, in reference to the above named  com piny, who open a week's engagement here on Monday next : "It has  been many years since we have had as  good a show as the one last evening  when Clara Hanmer and her big  company, opened a week's engagement  at the "Seattle." The opening play-  was a good rattling comedy called  "Queen's Evidence." It is full of good  things and just the kind to please  everybody. The company will do a  big week's business." The company  will put on "Master and Man' on  Monday evening. ^iicblcil^ T^ralil ami ^niluinu  %t\\'$ %\\x\\xi\,  IMbllslicit Hv  The  R****"elsloke Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Miuiuglm: IHrei'liir.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished w'th the  Choicest ihe Market  affords,  IB 1ST WiNEsTlQUORS, CICARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $i  a day.  Monthly Rale.  J. Albert Stone ���������   Pror,  GET IN EARLY  FOR FIRST CHOICE  A' Semi-Weekly .tourniU pnblislu>il in the  mien.'MN ol ilie rHilwtiv men. ininiui* men un.l  l.n-in.***������ iniMi tn' tin. West, buys i.f l'nblii'Htinn  \\'.*.lnes.lavaii(lSntni<lay.  At.VKR. ISI.**.**1   IIATK.1.  Displav a.ls., f 1.50 por ineli; single col mini,  ti per fncli when inserte.l on tiile ]������i**e  l.ef-ul a.ls.. 10 eents per Ineli (noiiparivl) line  f.-.i lirst insertion; f. cents for each a.lilitional  in irtion. Local notices 111 eents j.er line each  l -ne. llirlli, Marriage and Dealli Notices  fro.!.  Sl'llSCItUTIOK   ItATKS.  I'v i-inll or carrier. ?*> per annniii; (i.2.> for  *i.\ 'months, strieily in advance.  Ot'lt JOU IlKl'AllTMKNT.  1 : ".ne of the best equipped printing ollices in  'li*! West ami prepared tu execute all kinds of  /..jiiiinv; In Iirsiclass style at honest prices,  une price to all. No job too lari*e���������none too  riiiull ���������for ns. Mail orders prompllv attended  lo.   oive lis a trial on yonr next onler.  TO CORl'.Klil'ONIiKSTS. ...  We invito eorrespondoiieu on any subject  o' niieresl to lhe general inibHe. tii all cases  lhe bona tide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not neeessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager  CELEBRATION  CORONATION DAY  SPORTS AT   RKVKl.STOKl-:  T Days June: .26-27  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  r  GO  ELD  BASEBALL,  FOOTBALL.    ���������  CRICKET,  LACROSSE   .  and other matches  .NOTICK TO COllllKSl'ON'DKNTS.  1.-A11    correspondence    must   be    legibly  written on one side of lhc paper only.  ���������J.���������Correspoiidcncc    coutainitiK      personal  mailer must be signed wilh tbo proper  name  of the writer,  ll   K. CiltOGAN, Editor.  Shootiiijr Competition,  Horse Racing,  Athletic Contests,  Dance and Entertainment.  The Centre for all the Big Free Milling Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek, Etc.  SATUitn.vY. Ji;.nk   14, .1003.  TO PREVENT STRIKES  IN  CANADA.  GOD    SAVE    THE    KING  Business Lots, $100.     Corner Lots, $150  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  Wright Porritt  A  Ten* Stamp Mill   and   Diamond  Drills,  Eto.,   are   now on   thei   way   to   Gold field*  for the N������rth-  western    Development   Syndtcite.      This means  that    Goldfields    will   be  the   Big  Town  in  that District.  .Tlio'   Dominion    government    litis  introduced   a   bill   into    the     House  designed    to   settle    in 'Canada     all  railway labor disputes and strikes by  compulsory arbitration.   Tliis  applies  to the diniculties arising between the  railroads   and    the   employees.      The  bill makes' strikes and lockouts illegal  and   includes   nil   steam   and  electric  ro.u'is   including   those   owned by the  governments,   making    the     olVenses  above named illegal mid punishable.  The   matters   will   be    handled   by  pri.vintiial boards.    In case the matter  in   (|iiestion   is   not   wholly    in     one  province, it   will  be  handled   by   the  Dominion    board.       The    provincial  boards   will   be   composed   of     three  members,one chosen .bythe employers,  one ��������� hy the. boards and  the  third by  these two.     In case these two cannot,  a^ree on  the   third, be  will be chosen  by the governor in council.  The Dominion hoard' is to lie  composed of five ineinbers, two elected  by the. representatives ol' the. railway  ��������� owners' on the seven provincial  boards, two by the employees' representatives on these boards, and llie  fifth by the other four, or . by llie  Dominion ' government.'-'* lOacli employee has one vote. The elections  are to be held every three years, that  being the limit of time each member  of an arbitration board serve. Awards  are to be current for one year or  until superseded by another award of  the same arbitrators.  It is also provided thatno court shall  have power to review, amend 'ivqinsh  awards. The bill will not be passed by  Parliament this year, it being desired  to tlrst make the country familiar with  . ��������� ils iirovision***. and   to  reeeive  suages-  Is to he found at his Photographic Studio in the  Tapping Block daily during office hours.  Wright Porritt  Kevelstoke, 15. <-���������  I.  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY,  Resident ��������� Manager.  LEGAL  JM. SCOTT   H A., I-.L.U.  Barrister.      Solicitor.    Notary    Public,  Ktc.  First Street, Kevelstoke.  Money to lonn,  H  WOOD  For Sale.-; :.:y        .  The niiilersiuiioil biivlns eiinl'rauteil for tlie  whole of McMnlion.nro*!'. wood is prepared to  supply-Mill wood at .^  jDBr~Cediir CortUvoo-tt ��������� -$::.00 doiivorcd.UflKj  ������;^^"IIrtrtUvnoil'at equally low nihrs;  B.Thps. Lewis^  7   Orders left nl' C* R. Hume .t Co.,   Morris -i  Steed's, or nl mill will lnive prou.pl intention.  AIIVEY, M'CARTE'i & l'lNKHAM  Ilarrislers, Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors for Imperial Rank of Canada.  Company funds to loan atR percent  Fihst Stiikkt, Kevelstoke B. C.  m  m  n  it  H)  cm  \$^ UNIO     <=&&  Cigar   Factory  KKVKI..STOKI*:,    B.C.  - Red  Hose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each  month; White Hose Decree  meets third Tuesday of eaeh.quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  tt. K. GROC1AN. HY. .EDWARDS,  President.  ��������� ;'��������� Hon. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Keeular meetings are held in Hit  Oddfellow's Halldn the Third Friday ol each month, at 8 -p.m, sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  "mt A. J .IINSON. W. M  W. G. BIRNEY, Rce.-Sec.  1%  H. A. BROWN,   Pror.  OUR  Brands:  SPECIAL   and  THE   UNION  ALL   GOODS    UNION   MADE  xsBl'ffi^l,-^)'  Canadian Pacific  Railway  TRAINS  LEAVE REVELSTOKE  DAILY.  .HASTBOUND...:..'..*   8:10  Vl- KS'J'BO UND   17:1s-)  SOUTHBOUND   S.-IO  IMPERIAL LIMITED  EASTBOUND.  Sundays���������"Wednesdiiys��������� Fridays���������  ���������1:20 o'cluck.  WESTBOUND.  Mondays���������Wednesdays��������� Siilurd'ys 3  21 o'clock.  KltKK  HUB  MEETS  ALL TRAINS.  HIST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  IIUATKD  HY'HOT-AIH.  ItEASONAULE  11ATKS.  Hotel victoria  Brown & Guerin, Props.  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.  IIOUHLY   STREET OAlt                                            11AK  WEI.I. SUI'PUKI)  HY THE  CHOICEST  MEETS  ALL TRAINS. 'WINKS,   LIQUORS  AND  CIGARS   P. BURNS & GO'Y.  Wholesale  ind Retail Dealers  tions from all parties interested. Next  year the measure will lie pressed tn a  eoir;lu*jifin, with sut-li amend ment.*.  and .alterations us may7 In* found  nei'eisary.  ALEX. MCLEAN   &  : ST. PETER S CHUHCH,  ANGUaK,  i     Eight a.m.. Holy- Eucharist; 11 a.m., iRft'vas,  i Litany an<i sermon (Holy Eucharist ��������� first Sun-  ��������� dav in the month}; 2:3o.*:Sumiay   scliool; or  children** j*ervice; 7:30 Evensong (clioraU ami  sermon.   Holy Dnys���������The Holy   Eucharist- is  ...    c^lehratedat 7 a.m. or S a.m., as announced,  <���������) j     Holy liaptismafter Sunday School at3:l& -  (���������}'-, c. a. I'ROctNtKit, Rector,  Fastest time & Superior Equipment  82-HOURS TO MONTREAL-82  STEAMSHIPS,  FROM VANCOUVER  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml) i TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  TO-  TO-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  .TAP AN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates ancl BestService to  anil from all points.  For full information,.* printed  matter, etc., call on or adilress,  W. Bradshaw,  Agent  itcvelstokc.  E, J. Coyle.  Assist. Uen.  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  Acer  Mr. Tarte and Sir Wilfrid.  Sir   "Wilfrid    Laurier's    plight,*   the  result of the imposition  of   duties   on  tluur.and grain, recalls the   utli'ianci's  ��������� if Hun. .1. Nrael Tai-ti-. away  hack   in  IM".   wlieii   the   .Minister   of    I'ulilie  Wm ks spoke in a mini uncciiiipliiiii'iil.  ary way of the Prime   MinisliM-.   , Tin*  slaml taken   hy   Sir  'Wilfrid   on   111.'  ��������� |iii���������tion of preferential l.radi* rcliitimii  with thf; unil ln*r   comilry   justify,   al  t!������i ��������� late Inuir. .Mr. Tally's   expressions  of a rpiiirifi' of a   c.-iiliiry   ago.      Thi*  piiaKiaph which so  ti-na<;ly   di-sci'Mics  Sir Wilfrid's position is this:  "Mr.     I^iiirii-r     has     a.     ohaiaclcr j  veneered on the  outside.      .Scratch   a I  i  little below the surface and yon wi  'discover the medio! rity within. He  is not learned; his .-perches show il.  His thoughts never rise abovt*- the  plane of his prejudices, lie will n������*vei*  he faithful lo what he docs nul. possess  ��������� principle", sound convict imm and  .patriotism.  Signed, ".I. 1 sit aim. Turn:."  -.Vegetable and Hlower Plant* 2.V*,  per* doz. Cabbage, Celery, Lettuce,  Tomatoes, Caulillowers, Candytuft,  lirantlni.e, Asters, Verbena, Pelunias.  .Solielia, Marigold, Phlox-. Suriflowers.  Coreopsis, Nastiirttnii, f;in*ysanlhe-  iniiiii 25c. per dozen. Cabbage $1 per  100.     J. Maley. Re .-elstoke.  il Mason &Risch Piano I  il ?  . ������) tirrir.r. at ii  !0 J. McLeod's Residence I  ig SKCOS1)   STItKKT,    ICA S'i  tri^bvtxkus-7rai".C3i.���������-- ��������� ��������� -~���������  ������-' *:������*.vli*������cvi*rvSi-.n"l*v������ill n.m. and 7:M p.m.  ������ ���������' ;^������ all ire welcome.     Hrayer meeth.K at  I  *++*H****W+++*+*****+*+*++*  :;,. in. every Wii.ln^'lay.  Kev. Vi, C. Calder, l'astor.  i|  RKVEI.STOKK,   li.C.  ROMAS  CATHOLIC CIIUKCII.  (i\\     Ma������   at  10:^1 a. m,   nn   tlrst,   i-iCdiiil  ami  (5 ' lourth =ui^lay*i in llie month.  0 '���������        A \ Sil-VATIOS   AKMY.  "*)'    Mc'tliiK every nlalit in their  Hall on  Front  is  Street.  MRS. LAUDER  FRESH FRUIT IN SEASON  ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  H  EDWARD  TAXIDKKMIWT  IiKKIi HKAIi-.  Bi'I'.Ii-'. Kte. MOt.'NTKI),  Hur* CUtan.*.! an.l H-f.-air..'.!.  JVSiT KAST OK   I'KKSHYTKI'.IA.*���������.'   (.'Hfl'.CH  Tl-.lr'i street.  +  +  J.  +  +  *  +  V*  +  .  ���������+  Baker and  Confectioner  W- Mollison,  General Blacksmith  Wagon Maker,   Etc.  I  -DEALER IN-  Chatham Wagons,       . Wm. Cray & Sons Plows,  Popp Bros.' Plows, Cultivators, H arrows. Seeders, &o.  DOUGLAS STREET  Revelstoke, B. C.  ^-|_H..fi.-I'.ARSON,_Vresii!i!iit..  A ful! antl complete  line of  GROCERIES  M. J. O'BRIKN, Managi������gDirector _ I ...   ...  ^e Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.  Limited Liability.  Carry a full aiul complete line ol  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandias, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London Dry and Plymouth Qlns,  Ports, Sheries, Olareta, Ohampagnt, Liquors  Imported and Domestic Cigars.  jyi  ���������.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  j AND ASSAYER.  \ ftnyal ?*(:ho<>l ofMines, I.f.n'Ion.    .^eveii  year*  I at   Morfa   U'orVy,   S'A'arifea.     17   >*^ara  I'.lxUrt  ' i:ii..mist   to '.Vii;aii  Coal ari.l  iron  <>������,,   Knt<.  i r.au. chemist aiv! A*.sa-,*..:r, tfaU'Mlin..*., I.t'l.  .  !    Claims examiner! anil rr.*[.oru*'! 'ipors.  j Ferguson, B.C.  m LACES and  BRAIDS I  lr"j        1  S A lurije rmiKe nf I'oint Lure, Jj  2 IliK-liesa     nml     llatlenliiirK >  j Ural.Is,     HtHiniieil     llesien^, j  9 Hlainiieil LlneiiH, Kmlirolilery J  tt Neeilles, Hooks, Ac. 5  *J llerlln and Zephyr WooIh, all  ���������J shades, Hll|i|n<r Kolea, Valeii-  y eiencehLaee, liiaer'tion.  PROMPTLY 5ECURED]  Write for our wit-fTrst in^ \sx,]i** " In vent-J  'Or'.i Help" :tnrl " Hotv yuu nre nwlrKHed,"  Send it-t :i rough sketch or model nf your in-,  ���������v-etiiioii or i m-jiro'.'jnicril sind "Wt* will tell yon*  free our opinion nsto -.vli^th'-r it in -protmMyJ  t*atcntaTtlc.' bejectetl application* have often J  been stirrfc������fiilly itrosccuttfl hy u������*. Wff]  'conducrt   fully e'|uipT>cl r.fTices in   Motttrcali  liy -rlisttfttrh work ainl quickly secure I'atjrtitO  las hro-id as thc invention, IltKhcst references)  furnished. *  Patent'* procured through Marion ft Marion receive upecial notice without charge in|  over ioo iiewsfin;K.'rs di-.tri!������uted throughout,  thc J)'minion.  '   Specialty;���������-Patent business of   Manufacturers and Kiiglucerft.  MARION & MARION  Patent Experts and Solicitors. :  Snm���������.. J Ntw York Ll fe B*I<JV, nontreal ?  ^"I^"-    I    Atlantic BldK.Waihlngton B.C.i]  J    A. K1KK.  iv.mlni  ii and Provincial l.nn'I Hurvcyi.:  RKVKL3TOKK.  it. <.,���������  E. MOSCROP . . .  Sanitary Plumbinff. Hot  Water  And Steam Heating, Ga������  Fittin  Second St.. REVELSTOKE, B.C  it Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  * unci Kaihvay Street.  *������������������..'��������� *i*  **************************  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  rromjil delivery ot parcels, baggage, ett,  tu any part uf the city  TSi'  fa  Cnll at thi*.  MADISON PARLORS.  "H Misses Sheppard & Bell  rifei. MclCen/.li! Avenue      oe'iil  MS  1*+*******i *************** j p.rt)e)������^S������gX!X������iS^^  | PELLEW-HARVEY,  i BRYANT & CiLMAM  % Mining liniiineers  ami Assayers,  VANCOIlVKIl, li.C.       KstalillKlicil l-SW  BELGIAN    HARES  'I'll'** <nii*'kosl lii't't'ili'rs anil ^ivak'st  ;  iminoy inakors   in   tin*  small  stoi*k  line of tlu* prrscnl dav.      ImiII   broil  '.Mock of KASIfODA.'       -  1'rire���������$6 and $io ptir pair,  aci-ordiiiff lo ajje.  TH08. SKINNER,- Kcvi-lMok.*, II. C  ig ASSAY WORK OF AIL DESCRIPTIONS  UNDERTAKEN.  Test   imhiK- up to 2,0u0lbi.  A Hpi'cinlty maile ol i*liecltin(f Hmelter  I*ii]|.-������.  Hainplcs from the Interior tty mall or  express.promptly atien.led to.  ITorrespon.lenee soUelle'i.  VANCOUVER, ���������. C.  ****************************  LIVE, AND LET LIVE!!  I'leano ilon't try and run us  nut of town Viy uonding your  oiii-ers eitHt. We must have  yinir wiii')c iu order to live.  XVe depend on you for qur  work! 'Eastern Jiouses do  not! Do not allow yourself  to be roped in by their peddlers We also guarantee  to give you better satisfaction for your money.  ���������&. e. -wixisoisr,  Next the McCarty Black.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All ordern left at R. M. Smytbe's Tobacco  tore, or by Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  ttciitlon.  Jas. I. Woodrow  "BUTCHER  RetailJ)*nler in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  FUfa and Gun ia Season....  All ord-tri promptly fllUd.  Co,ffijSBSu.:,MYBit������?0K8ll]B.j' /  ������*Wft������W***W>������W������W*W������>W &JH93*9������������jHH9*j9iMhMK9i*9*������3K*9*l P99-9J99'9-������99*99-9-9999-99999.999i  The Smelting Centre of the Similkamecn Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  Surrounded by the following resources: Coal, 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 and backed by the payroll of tlie Similkameen Valley Coal Compnny, Ltd..  whicli is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment anil development of their coal mines, ins! alii i.f*  of water, electric light and power plants are already arranged for. 'I'lie development of the Ashnola Coal  Company's mine by the Eastern Capitalists who have established their pa^-ioll ut ASHNOLA, makes it tlie  coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola an; safe investments. Tn Blocks 1 to 3 and 1'3 to 2D the price will be advanced 25c.  per month until May 1st, 11)02, and to ten per cent, in the reiiiainitiic blocks. The present price is from 850 to  $225     Twenty-five per cent*, cash, three, six and nine months without, interest.  Arrangements aro already completed for Kight buildings, including cottages I'or the Employees of  tlieuoinpiiiiyiitAsliiioI.il.   This work will be under full headway by May 1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote 1 at. $SO.O0. With the advent of transportation, Similkameen A'alley Coal can be delivered at any  point in West lvooteniy or Vale as cheaply as by any other Company in -Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.  ��������� -NELSON,  B.C.���������������������������  ���������������i^>.������.������.*i������>������������j������.)������.������,������#^  THE TOWNSITE OF  CIRCLE  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo ���������Lots on Sale��������� 2oo  BUY  BEFORE YOU. SLEEP.  CIRCLE CITY is the Terminus   of   the   proposed    Railway   already   surveyed  via the  Lardeau  Creek with  fork to that point.  CIRCLE CITY  is beautifully situated  at the base of   thc  Lardeau   Pass,' Galena  and Surprise Creeks.  CiRCLE CITY  is   absolutely   surrounded  Development. . .  ���������  bv  Mining-  Properties    now    under  Splendid  Water  Power  Which will be utilized next Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  Notice.  XOTICE I.S MKRKHV C.IVKX that  thirty clays afler date I inlend to apply lo  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Land* and Works for pei'inissi.m lo em  aiul carry away limber I'roni the following  iloscrilx'ii lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  south side of the Columbia Kiver, aboul  one mile below lhe mouth of Canoe* River,  and marked " .Maude Skene's Xorlli-I.asl  Corner Post;-- thence south .So chains;  thence west So cliains; thence nortii So  chains; iheiK'e east lo the point ol* commencement.  .MAUDK: SKKXK.  Dated this iyth day ol April, 1902.  Notice.  XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN- that  thirty days after dale I intend lo applv lo  ihe Honorable lhe Chief Commissioner ol  Lands aiul Works for permission lo cul  and carry away timber from Ihe following  describeil lands :  Commencing ar a post planted on the  south bank ofthe Columbia River, aboul  one mile below the mouth of Canoe River,  and marked " Henry . Lovewell's Norlli-  West* Corner I'osl;" llience south So  chain-.; Ihence east So chains; ihcnce  norlh So chains; ihcnce wesi So chains lo  the poinl of commencement.  HEXRV  LOVEWELL.  Dated lhis 29th day of April, 190.!.  Notice.  XOTICE IS 1IEREPV C'.IVEX that  thirty days afler date I intend to make  application lo the Honorable the Chief  Commissioner of Lands aiul Works for a  special license to cut anil carri' awav  limber from tin- following ile.scribcd  lauds ;  I ommencing ai a posi market! " C. H  Xagle's South-East Corner l'ost, planted  on the north hank of the Columbia River,  one mile west ol* thc mouth of Canoe River;  theuce north So chains; ihcnce west So  chains; thence south So chains; thence  east So chains to the poinl of commencement.  C.  11.  NAGI.E.  Daled this 29th day of April,   1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afler dale I intend to apply to  the Honorable llie Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following described lands :  Commencing al a post planted on the  north bank of the Columbia River just  above tlie mouth ot Canoe River, and  marked " I"red Robinson's South-East  Corner I'osl;" thence nortii So chains;  Ihcnce wesi So chains; ihcnce soulh So  cliains; thence east So chains to the point  of commencement.  ERED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICI*] IS HKUUHY GIVEN that  tliirty'days alter date I intend to apply  to the'llonoralile llie 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 Columbia Kiver  about two miles above the mouth of  Wood Hi ver, and marked "Olivia  Kobinson's North-West Corner Post;"  thence south 10 chains; theuce east Hit)  chains; thence north -1*0 chains; tlicnce  west Kit) chains to the point of  commencement.  OLIVIA HOBINSON,  Dated this2!)tb day of April, J0II2.  NOTIOE.  1, the. undersigned, intend '30 days  after,dat*e to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and "Works, for a  special licence to cut and carry away  timber fron^ the following described  lands: Commencing at a post  planted on the west side of the  Columbia*. Hi vei* one mile below  Boyd s Ranch, and marked A. Edgar's  south east corner post, thence running  in       a        westerly.       direction Id  chains thenee north 100 chains thence  east 10 chains fo Coluinliiii Itiver thence  along Columbia Kiver 100 chains Lo  place of commencement..  Dated this 1 Ith day of May, 11K12.  ~; A. Kilgm*.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after dale I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands antl Works I'or a special license to  cut and carry away limber from lhe folj  lowing described lands :  Commencing at a post planled on the  east bank of the Canoe River, about four  miles up from its mouth, and marked  "Olivia Robinson's Norlli-Easl Corner  Post"; llience west So chains; ihcnce  soulh So chains; tlicnce east So chains;  thence north So chains to lhe point of  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  Daled this ist day of May, 1902.  Notice.  MACHINISTS  AND C. N. R.  G. B. BATHO,  Ferguson, B. C.  1TOTIOB  N T1CE IS HE UK 1)1' GIVKS tlint 30 dnys  after dale, I Intend to make application 10 the  Honorable llie Chiel 1 oirimissioner of I.unds  and Works fnr a special' licence to fell ami  enrry awav timber from'the following described lands:  No. 1.  Commencing ������t a post planted about ofl  chains norlh of .St. l.eon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakes and marked .I, T. south west cur-  iut. thence east * li'.U cliains ; Ihence north-tu  chains ; theuce wen 1Gb chains ; thenee soutli  40 chain* to place of commence!.-..*-!!!.  No. 2.  Commencing at a post planted about:! miles  touch from the mouth of'Deep creek at (.ialetui  Kay, Arrow* Lakes, marked .1. T. and beii'ir  about ti chains east of T.1I.1) 's south west corner post ; theuce westsniilinins ; thence south  811 chains; llu-uce cast nj chains ; ihcnce north  ���������-���������Si) chains-tu'place-of commencement���������-   NeUon. B. C, March 3ni. liW'i.  JAMK-i A.TAYI.Ot.  Arrowhead.  Certificate of Impveroments.  NOTICE  Hutte, Silver How and l'.lnck Diamond  Mineral Claims, s liinie In the i.ardeau Mining  Division of West    uuttiiiiiy Iiislrict.  Wliere Located: Near tin! Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Kish Creek.  TA.-.E NOTICE that I, A.I'. Cummins, us  Audit for the Double Kanle Mining aud Development Company, limited, of Ferguson,  B.C, tree Miner's Certlllcate No. .tl,b..l,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, 10  applv to the .Milling Keeorder for a Certitieate  01 Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of lhc above claim.  And 1 urtlier Take Notice that action, mule  fec'llon '.il,   must   be   commenced   before tliu  Isctiaiicc of such Certlllcate of  Improvements  I'ateil this twenty-third tiny of January, A.D.  . ���������*-,������, '.'-'������������������  A.l". CUMMINS, P.L.S.  1 eb. .'.-tf :  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty clays after date 1 intend to apply lo  thc Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands ami Works for a special license to  cul aiul carry away limber from lhe following described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  east side of the Columbia River, about two  miles above the monlh of Wood River, and  marked " l'Yed. Robinson's South-West  Corner l'ost "; llience east 160 chains;  tlicnce north 40 chains; thence west 160  chains; thence soutli 40 chains to the point  of commencement.  FRED ROBINSON-.  Dated tliis .:9th day of April, 1902.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat 30  tlays afier date I intend to apply to the.  Honorable the Chiel Commissionerof Lands  and Works foi-permission lo cutand carry  away timber from the following described  lands in West Kootenay:  Commencing at a post marked "E. L.  MeMahon's North-West Corner" planted  on lhe cast bank ofthe Columbia River al  the south-west corner ot' the limber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; Ihcnce east 40 chains; llience south  160 cliains; thence west 40 chains, lo the  easl bank of the Columbia River; thence  north along lhc east bank ofthe said river  160 chainsto die poinl ot commencement.  E. L. McMAHON.  Dated May jth, 190.1.  3STOTIOE1  TAKK   NOTICK   tlmt W) dnys iiftor ilnte  li  iiucutl to Hiinly to the Chief ''oiii!ins>ioiior of  Lands ami \\orks for permission io purelnist* h  pieee of him! ilesuribed us follows :  Commencing tit n post m-irkeM K, J. < old*  smith's No. 1 post, tlieiire south -lil chains;  thenee eust-10 ehnins ; thenee north -to cluiin>;  thence west -IU ihtiins. to point, or-eoiiinienee*  menl���������Id) iiures more or iess. This hind wa>  staked by .1. U. .MeKen/.ie last June. Has a  purchase No. I post about IHO feet trom liohl-  lincli trail and about ���������Jim feet up hill, tin.* east  line following Kish Kiver.  Located 1'obrun.rv 20, P.JO'J.  F. J. OOM)SMITH.  (.ioldiiehls. lt. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  1TOTICE  Walrus..Sea Lion and lioniin/.a  Mtutite iu the i.ardeau Mining  NOTICE.  TAKE__NOTICE __t.liu.t_ fiO dnys lifter .date 1  iutoiul to apply"to tliu Chief Co::ini~issionef  of Luiuls inul Works for permission to cut tiiul  carry away timber from tlio following described liimls:  Commencing tit a post mnrked I'onor K.  Perry's southeast corner postsliiimo nbont -J00  feet irnm Scoit Crook, thenee west IU fliiiins;  tlienee nortli Hit) chains; thenee enst -IU chains;  ihence south IliO clniins, to the place of commencement; containine tiio ncres.  KOGKK l'\ PERRY.  Goldflelils. B. t;.. Oct 17th, ISO).      Nnv. li-tf.  3STOTIOE.  Mornintr Sin;  Minernl Claim  IMvisinn of West Kooiennv llistrict Where  lncmed : On MenlieiiicK Creek, near Fish  liiver.  TAKI*: NO'I [f:i*; thnt I, 1*\ C. Green, actinj; ns  aaeni for Align**. .McKay, I*'. M. c. H :;__ixij, nud  .1. H. McKenzie, Tree M'ner's Certitieate No.  11 U'-M-Jj, intend, sixty dnys from lhe .late hereof,  to apply to the Mi it i'lie l'tecordcr for erti lien ies  of Improvements, for'lhe purpose of obtaining  Crown drams of thenbove claims.  And further take notice* tlint nation, under  section :','. must Ije commenced before re  issuance of such Certilicutes of Improvements.  tinted this lirst day of Mnrch, 1M-2, A.D.  ���������^ -���������������������������.������������������-��������� J^K.-C..tJ K K UN. -^. -���������  per I". S. C.  Nelson, 11 C.  TAKE NOTICE thnt fill days nfter dale I  Inten.*! lout.nly to the Chief Commissioner, of  Lnuds and Works for pcruiUslon to purchase  the lollowiiiu' described Innds:  Comiucuciui; ill n post marked "1-. McAdnm-'  o.i l'o*.t," situate close to lite old line of I  IIIII .t Hranifont's pre-emption, l'1-h cr-ek,!  tlienee north lu chains, thence ive-t *Jm i-lium*., I  thence south -III cliains, tlienee eiisl 'JU chain*!  lo point nf coiiiuieucemeul. '  CioMllelds, .Inn. 1Mb, I'JiiJ. !  K. Mt-.ADAM.     ���������  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  To.Iolm T. Moore or to anyone to whom  he  mav have transferred his Interests iu tlie  Oiliunn Fractional  mineral t'lalui, situate  ill the ..ardeau Mining Division.  You are'hereby notille.l that I expended tlie  imm or one  hundred and   seven   dollars   ami  fifty cents (<107:.riU) in lnbor mul money on the  before,nentioneil mineral clniin,  In order to  hold tiaid mineral claini underSeclfou -1 of the  Mineral Act; and If within ninety ilnys-t'.Ki)  trom the date of this .notice, yon full to contribute your proportion of such  expenditure,  together   witn all costs  of advertising,7y-ur  interest in said mineral claim will become the  pioperty of the undersigned, under Section-*!  ouu Act   entitled '���������   Ail   Act   to   amend the  .NnneralAet.lWiO."  Dated  at comnpllx, n. c,  this 15lh day  of  April, A.l)., I'M'i.  JOSEPH  BEST,  Co-OWncr.  Th* Cleveland and British Columbia  Mlnlngr Company, Limited.  3STOTIO.E  hatslxiv il  ��������� ' io apply to tbe (  .iinds and Works for  Certificate of Improvements.  1TOTICB  Centre Star und Evening Star Mineral  Claims,--ll mucin the l.nrdeuu Mini in; Division  ot'We.-t Kootenny District. Where located:  On Menhenick ..'reek, neur l**isli Itiver.,  TAKE NOTICE that I, F (.'.Green, ���������iciIiik "s  ni-eni for J. It. McKenzie, Free Miner's Curtlll-  cate No. II xioij, inlend. sixtv dnys from liie  dntc hereof, to applv io ilie Miniim Uecorder  or l.'.Ttilloutc- of lui|.roveiii...uis, lor the pur-  im*.(* ..f obiniuing Crown ririini- of the nbove  cl.tlui*..  ml   furtlier ink.' notice that nction, under  section :17,  must be   commenced   before   Ihe  l������*uune.. of -.uch Cenltieaies of Improvements,  limed this llr-tilny of Mareli. 1WJ, A. D.  1'. C.GIil-:*N,  per l*\ S  C,  Nehon. li.C.  Notice.  NOTICK IS HliKKBY GIVKN th.it  thirty d.-iys .-titer tlitu* 1 inlend lo apply lo  the Honorable iho Chief Commissioner oi  Laiuls-and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the l'ollow-  ing" described laiuls :  Coniniencine; at a post planled cn the  east side ol' lite Canoe Kiver anil alonysidt-  ol* the Canoe Kiver trail, about one mile  above the mouth oi Harvey Creek, and  marked " C. K. Skene's Soulli-YVest  Corner l'o.il;" tlienee nortli So cliains;  tlienee west So chains; tlienee south So  chains; thenee east So chains to the point  of commencement.  C. K.  SKI-INK.  Dated this isl day of May, igoj.  NOTICK-lliatsixty dnys afler dnle  1   Intend  in.apply  to   tbe Chief   Coiinul..  loner   of  .   |ii'nni.--.loii  iii-piireliiiM* I  3'JOacres of bind situaleou the Norlhenst Arm'  K  of Arrow I.uke, iu tlie District of \v  nay li.C, and ileseribed as foilows.  Coiiimeni'liiK from S.W. corner  thencu Nortli astronomical '20 elinii,  WeslSO chains; thence South  lio  rh  proximately;     thence    Vitjit'   cimins  Easterly to point of commencement.  u       ������   FttED. UOBINSON.  leb. 5-tf C. II.SKENE, Age  il������.  Certificate of Improvements.  < um,  Ihence  ins up-  Mirtli-  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that tin- hcnd ollices  of Th* Clov-oland and Dritiah Columbia Mining: Company, Limitod, have  luieu moved trom Kosslanil to Kevelstoke. li.C.  April 1H-1 m  FARWELL   ESTATE.  The   choice   land   north   ol   track,  between Tapping'!! and Long's, will  be ���������Ubdlvldeil for sale aa  soon as  pOBilble.  O.M.SPROAT,   ViOTORIA,   B.C.  r. o.Box,������������.  "tTOTIGE.  TAKE NOTICE thut sixtv davs nfter dnte I  intend lo apply to IheVlilef'���������ommissloner  of bands uud M orks for permission to pur  chase a parcel of land describeil ns follows:  Coiniiienelni,' at a post marked Alice I'errv's  No. 1 l'ost; tbence ,west a) chains; tlienee  Nortii -lOehuins; thence Enst -.H)chains; thence  South *l(l cliains lo point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences Nortii of It.  I*'. I'errt's pre-emption fnllmvim; Mi-Kenzie's  Norlh-West bine. containiiiK about SO acres,  more or less. ,,  ALICE I'ERUY.  (���������nlilIleitis. Nov. 27. 1901. Dec l-llil  lle.l Fo.v and Ilidee Mineral Claims, situate  In the I.ar.li-uii Miiiinc Division of West Koote*  nny District. Wliere localed : On Meiilienlck  ,0'reek  uenr Klsh Itiver.   ,7:  T KE NOTICE lliat-1, F. Ci Green, tietin;* as  airetit for Anirus McKav, Kree Miner's Certiti-  cnie No. H njini.'j, iiuen.l, sixty dnys from the  date hereof, to npplv to lhe Mlnlni; Keeorder  for Certificates ol Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining Crown .Crams of.the above  claims. ~: ...  And further take notice tlmt nction, under  set.tion :i~, must be eommeiiced before tbe  issuance of such Certificateso( Improvements,  Duted this ilrst day of March, 19U2, A. D.  K. C. GltEEN.  per F. S C,  Nelson, B. C.  Notice.  NOTICK IS HKKKHV GIVKN that  tliirty days alter dale I inlend to apply lei  the I lonorable lhe Chief Commissioner of  haiids-.ind-W'oiks lor-.-i-speci.il���������license���������to  cut and carry away limber from tlie following described innds:  Coninioncinn* at a post planted on the  west bank oi tlie Columbia Kiver, jum  below the inouth of a lan**e creek about  one half mile above Peter-son's Unnche,  antl marked " Henry Lovewell's Soulli-  Kasl Corner I'osl; thence west So chains;  thence north So chains; tlienee east So  chains, more or less, lo the bank of llie  Columbia Uiver; thence follnwiii}; the  bank ol'tht: Columbia Kiverlo the poinl oi  commencement.  1IKNKV I.OVKWKI.L.  Dated this 51I1 day (if May, lytu.  Notice.  NOTICI*: IS HIiltEBY GIVEN that  thirty tlays af lev iliitc 1 intend to apply  to the Honorablo thu Chief Coiiimiss-  ioiiet1 of Ij'iiids antl Works for 11 special  licunse to cut.'ind cai'i'V aivny tinihui-  from the following described laiuls:  CoinineiiL'inx at a post planted on  the east hank of the Canoe Kivui,  about four miles up from its mouth  and marked "C. It. Skene's North*  "West Corner Post;*' thence east SO  chains; theuce south SO chains: thence  west SO chains; thence north SO cliains  to the point of commencement.  C. li. SKKNli.  Dated this 1st day of May, 1!H)2.  NOTICE.  The Double Eagle Mining and Devel-  orment Co., Limited  Liability.  NOTICK is hereby* given thnt the initial  General Meeting of the .Shareholders of  this Company will be held at their oflice. in  Kerguson, li.C.. on Thurs.lnv. Jnlv loth, 1!I02,  at 2 p. in., for the transaction of all business  connected with tbe Company, anil the transfer  books of tlie eompanv will be closed Irom  .fiine 2.">tb, 1U02.  A. II. HOLDICH,  Secretary.  (ieiii-rnl Superintendent Hanna, of  the CN. H.tn'd IlieWitinipegTelegr.-im  that the company is not, sutVerinjj at  present from flu* strike. The majority  of the men who arc out, were employed  to do somi! special work and as this  work is very nearly completed, little  loss results. Last fall the stall- in the  midline shops was increased with the  object of getting the rolling stock of  theroad inshape for the present season.  Of tht* men on strike only seven have  been in the employ ol the company for  over a year, while the lerms of the  liilance run 'frum one day to ten  months, the majority of tlieni being  less than live months. These men  were only hired temporarily, anil the  company would, have been compelled  to let them go .shortly 1 lirough inability  to provide work.  .Mr. Hanna said that ihe men hail  evidently not looked over the situation  carefully beforeCalling a strike, and  he wa.s extremely sorry to learn that  they have gone to the length lhey  have. Ilevvasalwaysilesirous of giving  them fair treal ment:.  A comparison of the pay rolls would  show, he said, lhat nowhere on Canadian railroads can better wages be  obtained for the same class of work  than on the U.N.R. and in many ease*  better wages are paid.  Mv. Hanna, said, too. thai personally  he had made no ell'ort to fill the vacancies caused by the stiike though inany  of them would be unable to return to  their old positions through theiualiil'ty  of the company to supply them with  work.  In speaking of the statement that lie  had refused to speak with the men ou  the condition of affairs, he said that  it was a misrepresentation, at the time  the delegation called at his ollice he  was out of the city.  XV. 3. iMacICenzie King, deputy minister of the department of labor was  in the city and called upon Mr. Hanna  who explained the stiike situation  from the company's point of view. .Mr.  Kid-K declined to make any statement  public but will present, his repoit to  the head of his department.  A dispatch from The Telegram's  special correspondent at Fort William  coiilii'ins the repoit of the spread of  the strike movement in the C. N. SI.  shops at that point. The dispatch  reads:  "Iu accordance with their exprssscd  intention, the C. N. H. machinists at  Port Arthur went on strike Saturday  in sympathy with the sti*iking*niachiii-  islsof Winnipeg. They have submitted  a schedule to the company. There are  only a few men employed, but all havj  followed t.he course of the union.  Notice.  NOTICK IS IIKKKHY GIVKN 1h.1t  -,o days alter tlate I itileiitl to apply lo the  I lonorable I he Chief Commission!! rof Laiuls  antl Works for permission lo eul antl carry  away limber from the. following describeil  tract of land in West Kootenay:  Commencing al a posi marked "John A.  .MeMahon's South-Wesl Corner," planted  at a point ifio chains southerly from the  south limit ofthe lands of the Pittsburg  Syndicate situ.-ilcdnorth of Death Kapids;  thenee easl 40 chains; thence norlh 160  chains, lo the soulh limit of tlie lands of the  PitIsburg Syndicate; llience west 40 chains,  lo the east hank of the Columbia Kiver;  tbeneesouth along the east bank of said  river,.16q cliains to llie point of commencement. T ' *!  JOHN A. McMAHON.  'Dated May 51I1, 19-JJ.  NOTICE  The Great Western Mines, Limited.  Liabilitv.  NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual  General Meeting of the Shareholders lu  tbisOoniininv will lie held ut lheir ollice in  Ferguson, II.-;., on Wednesday, July sih, IHO:!'  nt'.! p, in , for the trnusncltou of nil business  connected witli lhe Compnny, nm: Ihctransi'er  books oftiie Comi'tiuv will beclosed from June  ���������Wth, 1'Jii'J.  a. ii.-'iioi.mcii,  ��������� ���������   ��������� i.- -^  Secretary.  Curious Bits of News.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  KutinliiK between Arrowhead, Thomson's  I.iindine'uiul Coinapllx, commencing October  Mth, l'.HII, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's banding  and Oniiiipllx  Iwlcednily���������lllk. unil 1.0k.  I.euving Coinapllx and bomson's Lauding  for Arrowhead....twice dally���������7:l.r*l: nnd I'-ijI.lk  Milking close connections with all C. 1*. it.  Steamers nnd Trains.J  Tliu owners reserve the right toeliauge limes  of sailings without notice.|  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Co., Limited  TIME TABLE  S. S. Revelstoke  During High Water.  JSTOTIOE  NOTIOE Is hereby given Hint :*i) davs   a.'ti*  itatc 1 intend tu apply  to  tliu   l.hi'ef I'om  mlssloiicrof Lands and Works for permissiot  to out and curry away limber from tile  follow  Ing described  lands;--7l'oiniueiieing , at n pos  ut the south-east corner of Roger 1*'.  Perry'  pre-emption,   marked    "Soutbcii.it  **orn<*r *"  limber limit applied for by  !���������'. .1. itolu-mith"  tbence west 411 clniins; thence norlh lOu ehalns:  thence east-10 chains  to   Kish  Creek;   thenee  following the meanderlngs of Kish Creek   K*0  cliainn to point of commencement; containing  MO acres, more or lent.  I F.J. GOLDSMITH,  1 Thomion'i Landing, October ISth, 1501.  Certificate of Improvements  j IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S"' :ti'atk in thi*: kevi-.lsto k mining  Hivision of West Kootonay District.  j V, here l-^entid: 1 >n Kevstono Mountain,  r j lli^ Hend. near Iloivuie Creek.  .! TIKE NOTICK -.hat I, Oeo S. MeCarter  1 ! acting as agent for .1 ll. ilraliam, Kree Miner's  . (Vrtltlcnte No. 1). :(T*.'l and forW. Il.Vlckers.  t Kree Miner's Certilicate No. ws'Jl. intend W  . ! dav from the dnie hereof to applv to the  j I Mining Uecorder for Certificates of'improve-  : I ments for the .purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claim*.  ASH KCHTHKK TAKK NOTICE that action  under Section 37. must lie commenced before  tlie issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10lh day of February, A .D. 1902.  Fet -l-U OM. S. MoCartor.  U Notice.  NOTICI*; IS IIKKKHY GIVKN that  thirty days after (Intel intend to apply  totlie llonorahle the Oilier Conmiis-  sioner of Laiidsatid Works foraspecial  license, to cut and carry away tiinber  frnin the following described lands:  Ooiiinieiicing at, a post planted 1111  the west hank of the Columbia, liiver,  about one quarter of a mile below the,  mouth of Seven-.Mile Creek, about six'  miles above Death Kapids arid marked  "Maude Skene's South*Kitst Corner  Post;" tlicnce west SO cliains; thence  north SO chains: thence east 80 chains,  more or less to the west bank of the  Columbia Kiver; thence following the  hank of the Columbia River to the  point of commencement.  MAUDE SKENE.  Dflted this 5th day of May, 1002.  Leave Eluht-Mile I.audliiL*���������  Every Tuetday and Kriday   at xi a. in.  Leave Lu Porte���������    ,  Every Tuesday und Fridny at 'i p. in.  Special Trips between   regular    niUnus,  will be iniide. i u any case  where busi-  offereil warrants same.  The   company   reserve    the . riitlit    to  chiui|.e   .time    of    sailiuit-s    without  notice.  FORSLUND,  Muster.  R.'W. TROUP,  Slate nnd Purser.  WING CHUNG  Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods   Just Arrived  HAMIIOO   C1IAIH.*.,  ".. FANCY TAHI.IiS,  TKA TRAYS,  CHINA W-AltK,  FANCY (ICOUK,  NAPKINS,  HANDKEHCHIEF.S,  FANS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  Mark Hanna's secretary says that  since 189G over flve hundred children  have been named after the Republican  "'boss."  At the time when the Duke an*  Duchess of Cornwall were ln Vlctoi**,  li.C, there were three families living  In Quebec street named respectively  "George," "Cornwall," and "York." and  the eldest Miss George had th* Christian name of "May."  An-bltlclal-declsion^of"the-much-dU-���������  cussed question whether there Is suoli  a condition of affairs in the Philippines  as constitutes a slate o������ war, has been  KI ven by the United States "War Department In connection with a pending  claim. The Department holds that the  islands are still in a condition of war.  An important step has been taken toward the abolition of slavery In. German Kast Africa by the publication  of an imperial edict which permits every slave to end Ills condition of servitude by the payment of a sum of money, the amount of whicli Is to be determined by the authorities. Every slave  is to be permitted to work for himself.,  two days in the week, or to use for his  own purposes the corresponding proceeds of his labor. This will glv._- the  slaves an opportunity to accumulate  the purchase money. It is further decreed that masters shall not transfer  ownership without ihe consent of the  slave.  It Is understood lhat Seth Low,  shortly after he was elected mayor of  New York, sold a million and a half  dollars' worth ot securities owned by  him. In various banks that are doing  business with the city, so that he might  not In the least embarrass the city. He  is determined that the conduct of New  York city affairs shall not Ik* liable to  the slightest suspicion so far as lies in  his power. Many of the stocks sold had  been held by him for years, and were  gilt-edged securities. His friends say  that In disposing of those permanent  Investments Low made considerable of  a sacrifice, as ho can not find the equal  of some of them as income producers.  The strange story ot the elopement ot  ait ordinary milch cow with a bull  moose comes from Lake Onawa, ������  pretty sheet ot water in the hills of  Piscataquis County, Maine, much frequented by sportsmen from ihe big  cities. The cow was the property of  Dr. A. T. Sanden ot New York, whose  cottage is located on the shore of Onawa, and she was kept in a pasture enclosed by a rail fence. A big moose  had been several times seen hanging  around the cottage grounds late at  night, displaying great boldne-M. One  night he came close up to where the  cow was, and the two seemed to be  good friends. Late at night a tremendous crash was heard, and next, morning the fence was a wreck and the cow  gone. Neither she nor the moon hm������  been seen since I
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���Strawberries arriviui; ilailv alt*. 1>.
11 nine \" Co's.
Popular prices, 2.">c., '.'.Tic, and Tile.
<ill prevail at the Opera I louse next
week. .
���(.'ar of   Groceries   now   unloading nl
C. B, II unu! iS: Co's.
Miss .lean Wilson, of Vancouver, is
in the city the guest ol" .Mr. anil .Mr.-.
Allan MeN.ih.
.Mrs. Iliiwiiril I lunulas   ol'   lianlV
visit iti},' her   (lait*,')iler   .Mrs.    (ieo.    S
���-For   hi^li   class     gooils      visit     llu
lievelstoke Piiriiiture Co.
--Huntley .V- I'.-iluier Iruit aiul almond
takes at 0. li. Uiiiiil* iV' Go's.
A. K. (Iracey. iiianajjer ni Ilieb'.vM
mines nt (!okl(ields was il visitor to
tho city yesterday.
���-Carpels,   linoleums,    oik loi lis.   etc..
Kevelsioke Furniture Co.
������Tho ISpworlh League oi' llr.! .Methodist cliurcli will hold a, service once a
week at the Biy Kdtly mills.
��� Book   cases,   china    cabinets,  chilV-
oniers, etc., lievelstoke Kurnilurr   Co.
,1. A. Kirk. Dominion and Provincial
surveyor, has opened ".'.unices on
.McKenzie Ave., in jlousoii block.'
���Call   and   see our   line   selection.-of
iron beds  Kevelstoke Furniture Co.
The Clara Ilaniner Cei.-who open a
week's engagement here on .Monday,
are playing to popular prices, i'ii'.,
','Txc, mill "JUc.
���Ladies Poiij/ola Oxford Ties,* regular
$���>.">(.), tonight $2.iit Reid A: Vminij'j-,
O. Cameron andW. Butler of the
(.loldfinch, the big free7 gold property
at Goldiields were in tlie cily yesterday
on business;
���Ladies Dongola; Bals regular $2..jO,
tonight $2.()',1 at Reid i"v Young's..        v.
There is a sample of a  rhubarb leaf
:.inthe 11 i-_i*a'I.l>-pITici. iileastiring . oyer
three feet each way. / This" sample  is
from the garden of -Mr. Tapping.
��� Couches, lim MRUs'," chiidrens cots and
cribs in great variety, ��� KevelstpUe
r'uriiiUue Cu.."..-'.,. :'',:'���'���''
Si. 'A. .Brock, manager of the Norlh*
western Development .Syndicate
operating (lie Camborne ^roup* at
Cold fields was in the city yesterday,
.���mil returned south this morning;
���Jai'diiiere   stands,   music . cabinets,
'-.. etc.. in iiiabogany and   (pnirlered oak,
"Kevelstoke Furniture Co.
At a meeliiig of .tlie boaid of trade
held on Thursday a rffiSolutiop*.vas
piisse.il urging the city conned to vole
a sum (if money it: aid of-the widows
andorphans at Ferine.
���.Misses Dongola . Bals. all sizis
from Jl to 2, regular. $2 and $2.2.").
tonight SI.To at Keiil <S: Vuung's.
The Ukuai.d is in receipt of a cojiy
bf the lirst edition ."-of   the   Camborne
Miner. The lirst edition is a good one
-and should assist   in   advertising   the
.: resources of. l'isli Kiver.
��� LOST--A black ihoi-n'waiking cane,
between Opera House ami station.
.Under please leave at Cily Hotel.  ...
il. E."H;   SmyUioV little   daughter!
had the misfortune.to break  her arm i
in.two places at C'oniaplix; ou "Wednes
We can lit you with a I lat that looks <p)
m summ&R beauty
Requires lhe right kind of Clolhitu
ami Footwear.
We have lliem al llie right prices.
Call fit Our Store ;uu! prove it.
Hot Weather Hats.
_ Drugstore
<��) &)
A llninksgiviiig service will be hold
in the -Melhodi.l.'Church on Sunday
evening in ' connect inn' wilh the
cessation nf war in .South Africa. I'lie
chnir arc preparing special thanksgiving music for tlie service.
Ceo. .Johnson, went south the Iirsi
of the week l.n open up a hulcher'sbop
for I'. Burns kC-n , at Trout Lake. ('ity.
.Mrs. .Johnson- and family will go
down in a few days and will reside
there jiermatienlly for the future.
Duncan .McGregor, brother of Alex
���McGregor, of the C. P. 1!., left oil
-Monday morning last- for a few months
yisit t.o his uid home in Glasgow. .Mr.
.McGregor will take in the. Coronation
celebration at London en  route   homo
.'.Geo. I'.embke, met with a, inisl.y
accident on Wednesday on Third til.
A. telephone.pole on 'wliich Mr. I.einblce
was working toppled over ,'iiid in the
fall be suslaiiied injiiries t.o his chin
by  coming  in contact with tl.o wires.
-���Men's Dongola Bals.all sizes, regular
$:-! .".0, tonight for ..$1.70 at Keid and
Young's.   .  ;-*���
���;". Ti o; local lodges of; the I. O.7 O. 1".
will decorate the   graves   of   deceased
well and feels comfortable.
Boots and Shoes
King's Union-Made Boots ior  Men
and Women.
The   Km press Shoe for Women.
Dress Goods
A full line of Dress Goods, consisting o( the latest pane nis .and
�� Carpels and Linoleums
Sold at fair prices antl cut ami laid
free ol" charge.
.Mackenzie Avenue.
Mail  Order.-. Solicit ed aiul 1'iviiipily Alteiiileil Tn
jA/^v r-\tA,cu.\t^plrJ��x,r$��.,r
���Insl. iinioadMig Two  Large Cats of Furniture.
���AVe'.-now-  carry   a  larger  an.1    lietlei' -stock    t ban   any   I louse
'$)    between WiiinipegaiidA'atic.iiivi.r.     Ciiuic'iu'tl look 'roiuul whether.
t^   vn.i  want, l.n  biiv ot* not,.    Wi-are sl.:icked full from I*\i*or:to  Koof.
tnenilii'rs:- totiiorrou' afternoon.
will assenible ;it tlii*: Xlddfellow*..! Will
at 2 o'l-lock and : iiroceed from there to
the ...'.cen let cry.- Visiting In u.hreii are
cm di.illy invilcil to alAend.   ';.
lCdward .1. I'jh'uriii! j. i "es t otice in-
mini her colmnii that, be lias piircluiseil.
the dry goodsand -boot ami shoe slock
of Holune Bros./ 10. .1. lii.iii-iie -will'
o.:ciipy.'".lJourne I'.ros.old store neat
tlie depot, wliere be will, keep a large
ami coinplete .-tock in the aliove   line!.
.As a .result; of vol in;v On the "two
bylaws liclYire',.1 he.7.ratepayer's yester
day both of tlieni passed. '.The. polls
stood: as. follows:. School Huilding
I'.yl.-ii* , 12 for ������Hid 28 against.: I'or tlit;
Drill Slic!1, :."l for iuul/.'ll'i against,
making' it total ..of .only .70 votes
A&EHTS   FGB   ;
g��P~ ��� ri. I*/ Iti'TOWNSiTK,'--''."-
��SS-    M.\I!A TOWNSITI-:. -��� .-.':���'
i.tse-  c:VX.V.Av.I).'rownsitk. ,:
H'��ff~    I'JA.MIIOItNK.TOWXblTE,
Giinii'lii Tcriimnciit. .t Wo.sti'rn
rilM AItJf^T k T     t Ciinii'Iit I'erniiiinjiit'.t-Wu.slern -.-;.--.���
7     rll\ AnV I;A1��� \ ��� - -: - Cn iimur: Moi-ik��-ki?- <.-:o'r'iii��_*ii '���'.-".;
���.; .   .���;.( KiiiiiliitiliiVavIiiKS l.imiiiui.l Iluililin*. Assnciiition.
'Yini'ierlii! l*"iro.   : Ciiloiloniiiii l-'ire.   Alius l*-iro.
5^C&B H 5*"Qi E^XTilSa        Ciiniuliiui l-'ifi.'.   Mi*n*nmile Kir'c.    Niirllii'ni Kiro.
Ga**3l��.-a3 ,��S.SS%*tt3   .'���'-! tliiiirilian -Kire. .-Jliiiiuliusler. Kire.   t! runt AV est l.if
J" D. SUJBALD, Notar'v Pubii-.
i:i_\'i*:i.stok-:. it. c
I Oiictui, A cei. tout, ii nd. 11 tin run tun.   Cimfudurulii.ti l.ifu Afis,
l.enniiilliin Auuiilutii Assunmcu Co.   Coiiiiuulieiit l*'iru (J@!))
"'..HOUSES FOli'"SAl.i.5 AND RENT.i-<^>
CONVEYANCIis'fj. : *.-.^
CHAS. Al. FIELD.        <M
by nny Tailoring' I louse in Canada, East,
West, Nortii or South.
There arc some surprises in ihese prices, some
oreat surprises, that you will have confirmed if
vou will but come and see our stock.
Tweed and Serge Business Suits���$16.00
"      "        "     Trousers���$4 to $5.
We have the largest stock in the West to select from.
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits lo Order.
Thursday evening for medical attend -
mice.    ������'.'. !.-
���Straw .hilts���-ladies., childien's audi
gents-���a nice'' selection now showiiitrj
at;C.'11. 1-1 time *V Co's.--17'
K. Tapping, the market gardener. \
������left' at the 11 i-;it.A l.n oflice this tnorhingi
a sample of new potatoes grown in his'
garden this year. The potatoes!
ate large in size, ineaMiring six incln s!'
iii circumference. ,*-��� \
���^.Sideboaid- and" LediO *hi suits in j7
st li ti<| iit- ai.'d ijtl.irti'l'ril cak, Kevelstoke!
I- uriiiture Co.
Contraclor AV. A.   Nettle,   has
work of i*m*:i vati..n  f.u-   the   tn*w
psitrick hlo- k   jn.-l    nhctit   eonipl.'t.ed   i
The ltiinber Will- be   on "*l.lii:   ground i
today   and    the    foundation    l-ir
building will bit laid on .Monday,
--('illl and   ii^pect.   the  finest, selecl ion j
of uphol.-tei >*(! goods ever brought into
lhe Kooleiiii v.��. ��� I'evi-istoke   I-' n iiitoii*
.. Ccx. ���'.-.-���
���The ltfvelstcike Furniture (.'.. c.'iriy
. the biggest line of goods ever .-hipped
into Kcmteiisiy, two large t\x.rt -arrived
this week, come and inspect o'lir'stnfk,
we will he .pleased to show Vou round
whether you .\v*ml. to liny or 'not.
Itcvelstokc 1'uriiit tn e Cn.'
If'"Prof. A. C. Beecrs %'���
W. PA'-M ST,   PHREHOLOCIST, )��{'���
my ��%l :
'r~y   Hotel Kayols'tokc till >*at. Jioi.r .*i. p��x\
m(m������&������%��m \
.This Space is Reserve*.! lor A
Edward I Bourn
Dealer   In
Groceries, Gent's. Furnishings, Boots and Shoes,
Ready-Made Clothing.
Revelstoke Station. liourne I lms.' Old Stand.
!)>>;..'���; and   Monkeys    a  Avliolc  herd of
!;u:!\!L.i i.-art'ieis. itint
'iriialh'r.st on earth.
���u.-ru-j Cattle.!������- The  itiosf wond.cr-"
Jiiiiinais on
o-.v .iiiaf is  [������;
ind  1 I..tic.-.'ihly Conditi-lcd.
Exhibiting in Our Watorproof Tents.
eating Capacity for 3000
.'VVaiL-.h for f-'rcL.'. Slrool.-'Parade-- " l-'rct.* ,10   Kvcryonc at
lo.-i.tr...     1 landsoine .Trappings,  Gliltcrini; Chariots, Ca.^cs
and  Hands of Music-.��� ., ;'
RI-:.\il'.Ml;l'.K   DAY   AND   D.\*l 1-;
General  Admission -Adults SI.OO
Children -50c.
.SO'aere Karin, about
o miles ft uni .Siiliuon
Ann Station. Hest
of soil, f.iiod linihei for duinusliu
usesiind good roads. 'IVrins to
the rigliL party.
A Number 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 Citv, are now ready for sale. Easy terms of payment.
LI7U/IC      E2Dr_C      Real Estate Brokers.
*-��IO,    DnV/Oi   Financial and Insurance Agents.
The largest slock of the latest WATCHES,
Ary many years' experience enables ine to buy
goods at the right prices, enabling me to
sell to the public at reasonable prices.
J".   O-TTir   BARBBB.


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