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 Vol    V.   No    139  REVELSTOKE B. C.   SATURDAY,  JUNE 7. 1902  $2 OO a Year, in Advance  O  u  R  S  P  E  C  I  A  L  T  Y  We. are the largest buyers  of GROCERIES -in* the  North Kootenay, and are  therefore able to offer the  very best goods produced  in the world' at the very  lowest prices.- / Although  times have been hard during the past year, our business has been the largest  we ever had in Revelstoke,  which is very encouraging'  to us.  yThis^year. we^have. made  arrangements ' which   will  "enable us to give our -customers- better prices than  ever before; ���������  ���������JQ- A  Shirts  ,These Shirts are, recognized* to  be,- superior to  "-any made-in "Canada for  '.' *"������������������. Style-:-and ' Durability.  "*.' * We have them in all the  Latest patterns.        ^  ,K ������������������' S '"J-  fJeck Ties   *  y    . .The.celeb'rated CurrieTie  -      ���������Tlie   Spring .-Patterns'.  *,     -in these Goods have just  . ^.-I been '''received,' "and ,. for'   ..Beauty and-Taste, .-excel  -^-K'a"nyth'irigr-;tyet'';i3fbcluced  by this Renowned Firm  7 '������'*.'of Tie'Makers."'"-"7 li'  Hats!  The wor ld-re no w*ned*j  Christie and Fedora Hats  the  UStr  - - A   consignment'in  "Latest  Styles-^ has* ..jus  ������* been������operied! up:'','- J '  .'Arrs^wviM*. **-*--'-'-  ��������� ,r ST.J- 'jT^UJ. .****-->'-  ui^d^fmmt  Wl"    ���������jwi, ������i"*  ment of Imported Scotch  and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan and   Fleecer  ... ..iv **.*     j* .-,:  Lined Underwear just to  haftkl.5- *������������":*���������" *  '���������'*���������''  The Vote Stood~ Fifty-Four to  Six    For    Peace     Terms.-1-  ���������> i i *.  ���������Briton and Boer Fraternize.  ���������General Thanksgiving.  *  *-  ..      .    . **.-  Pin-rruitiA, .Tunc   I.���������Tlie  luillot fm*  tlio Doers at Vereeniging resulted in  fifty-four ��������� .votes lieing ens't in  favor'of surrender "and 'I nguinst it.  Preparations nr.* lining made here for  the surrender of the Boer commandus,  whicli will tako-place "on ��������� the race  course. All thc Boors are allowed  perfect freedom. '*  There will he a Thanksgiving service  on Sunday,'.rune'S, on tho church  square, in which-it is hoped the Doers  will participate. " Tliu' women in the  concentration camps niu anxious to  return to'-their homes im mod ial ely,  but this, will ,he '..impossible,' until n'  system of supply depots for tliu outlying districts is established. -"  General B.idon;Po_w.e)l. is arriuijfiiig  for the distribution '"of "'mounted  constabu'ary, in various district.*.. Thc  police"! railroads and telegraphs will be  handed over to the civil authorities us  soon as possible, and the restrictions  of maitial law will be ^gradually,,  relaxed."*" -TliV"Doer"1'dole"'gJilei',* who,  during the, peace,, negotiations-were"  stiiV, formal and unfriendly, aio now  extremely cordial. All the command,  ants are'returning to their commands  in oidcr to'explain the situation/ I  Genesis   Botha   and  Delarey   and  other    Boer loaders" will "start -sl'or  Euiope- shortly   f'ir * the   purpose of  raising    funds    for    the    distressed  burghers."General Sclialkhurgcr, who  was^acting"president of the Transvaal,  joined General Botha in addressing an  open  letter to   the- burghers.    After  referring Lo  the courage   which  they  had displayed and  their biave deeds  in the field", lie called on tlieni to work  together,fer the social, and'spiritua!  advancement of the country.  *; General- Louis   \Botha,   the    Boer  conimandtfrit-general, has  written an  open letter^td?the burghers, thanking  them for thejr obedience in the past,  iind':oxpel'ting them to be equally loyal  in   ^ their     obedience     to    the    new  government. . ���������,,,  Loid Kitcheners address tji.the Boer  delegates at Vereeniging, in" which he  said lh.it. if   b.2,h.id been one of tlieni  would lie "proud7 to  have done su well  in the Held as they h.id dune, .ni.ule thu  best ."possible   Jmpiessioii   and   drew  forth a heai ty. response - from General  Beyers,   the   chairman ,, of,, the   Boei  conference, who expiessed the pleiisuio  the BoersjBxperioncetl at meeting Lord  ���������Kitchener** fisj a"'friend,  adding- that  they had fought" so Jong agailist"-'him  that thev had ai quired full appi e'eial ion  of his woith.  The depaiturc of tho commandoes  from Vereeniging_ for their ^'various  districts, .was, marked bv- rem.irk'ibbi  scene8*"bff'fratei'iiization. The trains  conveying tho Boeis started Into. The  night ' being extremely cold, the,  sentries along*; the . railroad-, track'  lighted huge bonfires, round _\\ li'r*h  groups of Boers and British gathered,';  forming ,ar highly.-picturesque scene.  The-opponents joined-in such-songs-as  Hard Times Come, Again NojMoi'e-.and  Obi' Folks' ' at*"~HorneV "the British  soldier.s-and^bui'gheiv-rf-oiitvie'ng���������one-  anotber in_theit' demonstrations of j.iy.  rn.-Lbrief.,the,.sco1i'es'at', the" depart ure of  tbVtraifi8 resembled'nothing*1 so'mm h  ts the starting of .1 huge picnic party.  The same signs of rejoicing were,  witnessed throughout the land. Flags  were- f displayed., ..-.everywhere-, -and  thanksgiving services were held in all  i.i,������.i*h������A..":*-' v* *A,&n������iit-"-*      ;;  arteries on ench wrist. When found  he was hteially .swimming in blood,  lie was a look by ti.ide, und has  worked hitr*ly in the Whitewater  mines und on lhe steamship Interna-  Liniiiil. Sull'ering from D. T.'s, tlie  suicidal mania attacked .him while  shaving.  ��������� Later���������He was nt fir_.t supposed to  be (Und, but after winking on hiin for  a long lime tin* medical men now give  hope*, of ultimate recovery. lie ban a  brut iier Tom iu Indianapolis.  Knights of Pythias.  The i led ion of ollieers of Guid liange  lodge look plate on Wednesday, May  28lh iii follows:  II. A. Brown, C. C.  BertVa nHdrne, V. C.  lt: Jnyst, Prelate.  * -W. F.uiell, Master of Work.  ,   E.iBurriilge. Master of Exchequer,  *���������  II. Cooke, Master of Finance.  A. Giowe, loner guard.  D. Jluwe, Outer giimil.  Master    nf     Finance-   Edgar     was  pri'senli'il willi"\-i jewel,    tr. IllBioek  and   XV,  3. (ieoige  were mide pages,  .L   M.ithie   and     Hoy     Douglas  uni  ailvniiLi'd lo  chivali'ic rank of esquiie  THREE MEN  Personal' "Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked.up  ;   By the Herald   Man   on   His  -Daily Rounds:  -\   ,     '���������':'.'  .lames F. .7ulinslon, who was the  engineer on ihe. first G.-'T. R. tr.iin  hi l ween Mont i i'.il .'mil Toi o'nto died in  the Lit ter fit y on Xiieschiy lust. '  ��������� A Jup.was hiiiu-ilil inlo the hospital  yesteiday.it noon snitVi ing ' from a  liiit'tiuoil h'ir. and a e.it "and liniised  head and Lite, i ������������������ceived fiom an  t'lii'oiiiil or bi-tween a h.ii.iiji-ii on wliich  he and two other J.iiis wfio rid mil and  a rreighi. train. Sol having lime to get  thebiiiide.il oJVlhe track hefoie ihe  ti .-iii*. w.is on lliem, Iwo of lhe .lap*,  jumped and saved llieinselvc.-, hut the  wounded man evideully gut rati led  and wailed until he was knoiked oll-.-  j_*euti:iel.     ,  . r>r.ikeman .7. A. O.irsnn, oi'the C..P.  R ." inerwilh a-n.is.y ,-u-cide'nt al  Kananaskis. He.got his .loot, badly  pinched wliile coupling ear*-*. The foot  iv.is In uiscd - eotisic-ei'ibly but the'  "doi tors are "of - the opinion that the  foot will be saved. .He was- In ought  to Calgary by a special engine as soon  as possible .Ind lie isnow iu the.liospital.  E. M. Carson, his hrolher,' wishes lo  thank Superintendent Nililoi-k and Ihe  otiicials of the company for Iheii kind-  nei-s in doing everything possible im*  snlVeier.���������C.ilgaiy Kenild.  On the C. P. R. Near Calgary���������  - Freight Engine Goes Through  a Culvert   with the Engineer,  - Brakeman and Car Inspector.  "A'serioiis accident o'.'cuired on the  Canadian Pacific Ituihvny last  Wedne-day 11101 ning about live miles  east, of Calgary. Owing lo the reienl  heavy rains, n cidveit had become  uiiderniiued, and a fi eight (rain  dashed into the enlverl, whicli gave  way and piecipilnled the engine inlo  tlie ditch. lCngincer Charles Doiin,  .Brakeman Dunn, and Car Inspect or  Corsey were thrown under the engine  and are pinioned theie in eight feet of  wai or. Tho (lain was telescoped and  six cais were piled up cn top of the  engine. Thc wrecking crews from  eiisl and west aie at work icninving.  the debris, and Iridic will soon" be  resinned, and (he bodies of -the  imfoitiuiale men recovered.  The passenger train was.foi Innately,  lille, or a much more serious loss of  IiferwoiiId have occurred. '-  "     " J.ATEH.  , Calgary Herald :, riiursd.iy * inoriiing the bo'dies of engineer Do ran and  car inspector-Coursey were found,  both badly mangled. Doiv*.n had  evidently been badly crushed and his  inj.iries wi-ie of themselves of :i fatal  nature. Mr. Coursey had also been  damaged, but indications aie that he  met bis death from drowning." The  remains ol* llie  now lying in  proifiises.  The body of Brakeman Dunn has  not yet been hi ought to (own, but it is  "expected" that* it" will be re'eovered  during the dn3",     . *  '-  The line was expected to be clear by  4 o'clock, by which time theexpiess  trains will move out of Calgaiy.  The engineer was found dead at the  post of duly. His hand still grasped  the" Ihiollle and Jiis dead "eyes were  fixed and'dazed ns^if sweeping the  hue I'm-a i.itM.1 load.' 'The, ro.id was  clear for him poor'chap, lint it was to  eleiuily instead of Calgary.  , " *���������  unfortunate  men   are  Smart's   undertaking  Patrick,     equal,     A.     Uiquluirt,     J.  Morgan.  Sr. Fourth No. 2.-XV. Aldlnry, I).  Aloig.m, G. Lawson.  division 11.  Jr. Fourth���������L. Bui-get, M. Calder. II.  Duri'idge.  Sr. Thied��������� G. Haggen, F.McConuell,  E. Cooke.  ni VISION ui.  Jr. Thiid���������C. Risteen, II. Brown, A.  Corson.  Sr. Second���������L. McCarty. E. Bruce,  IS. Blackberg.  Jr. Second���������IO. Morgan, L. Brown,  D. Calder.  mviuioN iv.  Sr. I*"i!.st Header.���������E. Floyd, I..  Diaiilt  10. Coursier.  Jr. First Header.���������G.  McMahon,  Hriindctte, K. Woolsey.  Seco.nd  Pi inior.���������1.   Sutherland,  Match. 10. Corley.  DIVISION v.  Class 111.���������0. Procunier, A. Bell, D.  McCarty.  Class II.���������M. Brown, E. Morgan, 10.  Johnson.  Class 1.���������R. Doyle. .7. McMahon,  M. Field.  B.  I,.  CELEBRATION  Public School Report.  . ���������  -*���������---,   . ���������f-.--s-  ---    ------  Report of standing of pupils of city  schools for May, names given in" order  of merit : -      .. '  -.  division r.  High School Class���������Bessie Lawson,  1*\ Fraser.  Sr. Fourth No: 1.��������� M. Hyatl'and-L:  An Attractive Programme and  a Fair List   of ..Prizes���������Two  Days   of   Sport���������June  26-27.  ���������Host of Visitors Coming.   .  Now that the work of the Coionation  Day celebration committee' is well  undor way, every effort.liy the citizens  should be made to co operate in mak  ing the celebratiun on June' 20th1 and  27th a success worthy of the reputation the city enjoys. The programme  drafted on Tuesday evening is varied  and attractive and will be tbe best of  tbe kind e'yev presented in this district.  The programme includes baseball  matches, shooting competitions, horse  and bicycle races, athletic sports, etc.,  for which fair prizes in cash and, kind  are offered. The material advantages  to be derived by the attendance of a  large number of strangers to the', city  during the celebration are _6bvioun,  but tiie main idea is, to,give our  visitors a hospitable welcome and a  good time. The city should be decorated und-made, to look, its best and  the HKHA1.D is of the opinionthat the  City. Council should vote a sum, .of  money to assist in theworkof properly  Carrying out the ideas of the committee. l"or if it is worth doing at all  it is worth'doing woll, Other towns  in the.province are voting- money -for  the purposes of their celebration and  why should not Revelstoke.'  ,-- Ladies' and-<5ent's Hos-  j >iery;iri'Sillc,' ^Cashmere,  . "and ,.W6pK ,.* A | complete  I stock of "thVLatest Patr  'terns and best Quality. .  *S-M ,*��������� i&   i *���������    *' ���������* -  the-towns.  Hardware  lut.,-^*-  A  carloa^,of .Assorted  Hardware jiist'opening  itf iinri'Mim-fmi  Straining at a Gnat.      , v  .;-*. 1  -     %-   .if '        1  '    '��������� '-'- "  '"   '  There   are   Pharisees  galore  in the  legialature-nt   Victoria,--1 lind'-tinvoiie  desirous of-lnbelling them wofild"not  go   far   wrong in making 11 start with  the'siippoiterii of -the' governmrnt on  the'Atl'ii investigation lnuiuess.   ,.  1 These irien;have  brought in'a report  hnplyingconsiireon Gold Coiuiuissionor  Grahiim   because   he.    permitted   the  pmchise, -for   use   of  the   pi ovincial  health sei vice, of a huilding owned by  himself, nud  for which, it is claimed.  the'price  paid was 'somewhat'above  market value.   A building might have  been   had for _two   or three, huudri d  doll.-irs  less,.it is. claimed, and to that  extent  ' Commissioner    Uraham   put  private   interests   hefoie those of   the )  public!   So the committee" censure and  thus virtually retire him.  Fresh,   however,, from   ..voting    it  scandalous that a subordinate oliicial  should  profit through the.sale of his  real estate to   the   govei nment, these  members tolerate and vote   approval  of    a    scheme; putting   two   million  dollars   info    the     treasury     of     the  railwav controlled by the head "of the  government  ��������� Premier      Dunsmuir.  They have  a  standard   for  the  gold  commissionei    much    more    exalted  than that established for the minister*:.  ���������New Westminster Columbian.  To see what is correct in' Dress Goods for Summer, you   miist  see" what-this' Store   is  showing,.    That fact is gaining prominence every season, and this season-will.be more promi--*  nent-than^ever,' arid" our stock of popular priced  Dress Goods has been supplemented by���������an,  extensive array of leading novelties from the celebrated markets of, Europe and America.  This, together with our usual liberal policy and narrow profits',; and .with  this  fact" in*  -mind-that'this'is'n'ot a'meagre or indifferent assortment of the ,common'"place',' 'but'large' and"  -generous lines of all that is choicest and most desirable,���������not a collection made up  of what ts I  . readiest to hang or most.easily .obtained, but a stock of unparall.eled_^xarictyJ���������gathered^.fromJ;j  'eVcry's"o'ufce~faT_lrnid_n'car, 'wherever Dress Goods of merit are 'produced. ., .,-������.. -./-.  ',.'   .. -   '!       .it     ' '���������' . A '.  -~ Li'LA',  _  ���������   - j., ,- ,' *miaitmt.j.ii.-...uiij .. ^ .__    ��������� _ ,  UP-TO-DATE   SUITS     FOR    THE     BOYS    AT    A     BARGAIN  Wash Suits  i _   * -   ���������   Kniokers;     .  Blouse Suits  Knee Pants  Tweed Suits  Fauntleroy Suits.  Boys' Clothing is one of our special hobbies. We make it a strong, point to7buy'the  nattiest and most durable suits for thc little fellows.c*"* We think you can*get suited in any style  and at prices that wc know cannot be equalled. Our*stock this season is large, varied and  up-to-date.   ","''" * .  xWBBKMamamammamWk^BSSaV  Spring Sale of Men's Suits  *r .Our Spring Suit Sale is now in full swing.";We have sold morc������Mcn's and Boys' Suits  this week than we hbve e\;er done before'iii the" history, of-this store. Our range of Styles and  Prices'is'still complete���������better values were never offered :  Men's All-Wool Kuelish-Serge Suits���������Heavy Railroad Serge���������Single Breasted.   Regular $13 :*i0.    -,...; __  SALE PHICE    :     $11.50  Men's Pure Wool Tweed Suits, Brown and Grey Checks.   ,They, are well worth $12.00.' Sale   rt   _ __  ;���������;- * Price Per Snir..���������-..." .*......*  .....V..:.      S  8.00  Vou can keep any nf these suits at home for one week, andjf you or your friends don't think tliey nre just  woith the piice, we are willing to leturn your money in full. -   .    1    ; -       ' .. v  Boots and Shoes.  Wc 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.  LATEST NEWS  BY TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Brief  As Received Over the Wires  From   Every   Corner   of the  Globe.  'King Albert, of Saxony, is ill.  At throo o'clock, noon, yesterday,  .Mount I'clee was "still iu violent  eruption.  TheOakos stakes at Epsom today  was won by Sceplte. a filly belonging  toll. S. Sievcr.  A boat containing eight Spanish  o.llcor.s upset at G'ijon, Spain, and five  of the crew were drowned.  An older for a general strike of coal  miners in thc two Virginias, known us  District 17, takes effect tod-iy.  Nino street car conductors in  Toronto have been arrested charged  with systematic robbing of fare boxes.  A fresh volcanic outbreak occurred  on Mount Pelee', Martinique today,  but it was not violent enough to'cause  much alarm.  A regiment of the' United States  National Guards'will be invited to  participate in the military review at  Montreal on June 20th.  Chicago packing houses have decided  to use the street railways to deliver  their meats, thus doing away with at  least three-quarters of their drivers.  The'steamer Parisian, sailing from  Montreal today, has a long and most  notable passenger list, mostly all ou  board are bound for the Coronation.  lion. Michael II. Herbert,  the new  British Ambassador  to Washington,  will be" made .Knight Commander, of  - * 1 * -* -  thc Bath'before sailing from England.  . The strike of the furnace workers at  Youngstown,   Ohio,   was fettled last  night.   An increaseof 10 per cent. for. '  S2thours,work.having^,been jigre^d Jo'T  by their employers., .   _ . <���������  . A train- loaded   with   horses,   near  Minxton, Ohio,  was wrecked, .killing  the head end brakesman and seriously  injuring   the  lireman   and. engineer.  Twenty    valuable   horses    were .also  killed..,,.".       ._������������������-,  . The sudden 'action 'on the part of  the Japanese government in increasing  the.   minimum, of ��������� capitalization'and*  imposing other restrictions upon the  Stock Exchange has caused a. panic in  the Yokohama Stock Exchange.  --A'strike,* extending from Mississippi  river to the Pacific ocean is imminent  unless  concessions are   made  within  2*1* hours to the Great- Northern   railway   hoilermakers  at   Spokane, who  demand an increase in wages.  1 O'vcr'l,151 Boers surrendered to the  British commissioners'in various places  "yosterday*7*-Aft"e"Lt"i:a   fiimil3"er" "of-oiy  dresses had been made by the different  commissioners   the Boers gave three  cheers for King Edward.' ,  Th������re w������> '  no hitch" in proceedings anywhei-e.  The pavillion in the horticultural  gardens at Toronto was destroyed by  flre last night.    Thc loss  is  estimated  at from $75,000  to $100,000 including  1 *       -    , - - . a  a collection of palms presented to, the  citv by the late Sir David  McPherson,  valued at $40,000.  Christian Dewet, addressing inmates  of the concentration camp at Vrade-  fort, Orange liiver Colony, explained  the causes leading up to their surrender and urged the Boers to show  what good British colonists they could  make. . His speech made a favorable  impression.  Partner Wanted,  A young lady, clever, accomplished,  with ample income seeks acquaintance  of man of marriagable age. * Must be  handsome, of a kind and loving  disposition, able to appreciate tbe  excellent gent's furnishings sold by  Taylor & George at popular prices.  AttemptedSuicide at Kaslo.  Kaslo, Jnne 4.���������Gus Loftus. of  British 'extraction, aged about 40.  suicided lust evening by ������evering the  REID & YOUNG  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited.  Challenge '  Fiiebiigade So. I herewith rhallenga  fire brigade No. 2 to a   contest) to   b������  held at the Coronation sports here.  C. SI. Field,  "S������eretary.  Tonight a game of football -will be  played 011 the Gun Club grounds to  get the boys in trim for Coronation  Day. Regular practice nights are  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.  A splendid practice game was played  last Thursday night, the boys showing  up well. ' They intend to give Kamloops and Golden a hot time when  tliey come.  -I,'  '    I  u  i l{fjiKblo!\e ijtralil suit IJailwag  en's Journal.  I'ul-llshed By  The RevelstokeHerald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  CURING OF  CLOVER HAY  A Seral.Weoklv Journal published In the  iiuerc",.**. <i( tliu railway men. mining men ami  l.u-iiiess umn (if thu West. Days of 1'ubllratlon  vviniiiu;, lay ami Saturday.  ADVEIllISlKU  KITES.  Display ails.,?1.0O per Inch; single column,  ti iier Inch when Inserted on tlilc pane  Loiral ad*,.. 10 ecnta pur inch (noiipariel) line  fni arm insertion; Seems for each aiMitional  In* crllon. Local notices IU cents per line each  1 sue. Ill rt li. Murriasu and Heath >ollc**s  lie*.  blUISCIIIITIOS  HATES.  I<v*.iallnr carrier. 12 per annum; tl.25 tor  bixuibnllis, strictly In advance.  OCR JOll llKl'AUTMKNT.  I iMie of the best equipped prlntine offices In  'lie West and prepared to execute all kinds of  ...iiitlni? fn llrstelais style at lionosi prices.  One price to all. No Job too larue-none Imi  hiiiall -for us. Mail orders promptly attended  t...   (Jive us n trisl on yournext order.  TO C011RKSl*ONI">**s'TS.  We Invito correspondence on any Miliject  .-' iiitvi-fM u> tho KCiieral public. In all cases  the bona Mile name of the writer must aec-om-  patu* inaiiii.icrlpt, but not necessarily Ior  publication.  Address all communications to thc Manager  GET IN EARLY  NOTICE TO COKKIUirONIlENT*.  1. ���������All correspondence must be legibly  ������rltten on one side of the' paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter must bu signed with the proper iiaine  o< thc writer.  ii  K. GROGAN, Editor.  S.vruHDAY. Junk 7,.1002.  CA USE OF Ii USINESS  DEPRESSION.  That British Columbia as a province  for the investment of capital is looked  upon at the present timo as practically  unsafe, is fully brought home to us by  the following remarks on the political  situation appearing in a recent issue  of the Toronto Globe, whose special  correspondent visited this province last  mouth:  "To the question, what is wrong? the  answers have been of the most varied  sort. Many say that the condition of  political anarchy that has prevailed in  Provincial affairs during tbe past four  years is the chief cause of the uncertainty in business. There are no parties  in the Legislature of a binding nature,  and men who in national politics are  Liberal and Conservative flock together  here in the Legislature and help out  each other's schemes. Premier Dunsmuir and his colleagues are confronted  by an Opposition that just about  equals the Government supporters on  such a matter as a vote of confidence  aud the balance of power is in the  liands of Mr, Joseph Martin and a knot  of followers, who constitute a third  party. There is thus reproduced on a  miniature scale in the Legislature of  British Columbia such a condition as  we often see in thc chambersof France  and Italy, where the men in office have  to make all sorts of concessions to little  groups of independents in order to  retain power. .In a province likethis,  ���������where tliere is so much local feeling in  regard to the policy to be pursued in  development, -and where various  industries are concentrated at centres  far apartfromeachother, itcanreadily  be understood that a Government can  do much either to .help   or  hurt  the  In a recent artiile I called attention  lo the desirability of cutting liny .it  a  comparatively early stage nf itiaiurily.  1 i this cotineclinn it. may be of interest  to   havu   sume   notes   from   that   well  known   farmer  and  Institute speaker,  Mr. Ilc-nry lJ',endenniug,   of   -Manilla.  O.it..  ill   t'<-g ir*l to hi������ experience wilh  a new plan  nf curing,cliivey hay.    Al*.  Glendenning says  that  he  prefers li>  cut clover hay whwi it is in full bloom,  or   when   the   blossom    contains   the  greatest amount of honey.    Cut in llie  morning   after  the   dew   i.s nil*,-  thai  which is cut in the  forenoon   may  be  raked  np  immediati/ly all er'.he noon  hour, and put in corks.     The   mower  should   not   be   run   later   than   four  o'clock   p.m., an.l   all   put  ini-< ricks  before the dew falls.   This liny should  be   put   into the  barn next day, and  well   tramped   into  the   mows.      This  plan   can   be   continued   from day to  da)*   until   all   in stored  ir. lhe burns.  Three things must be borne in  mind in  curing  hay  by  thi** method :   First���������  Do not cut   lhe grass until dry in the  morning.    Second���������Do not allow the  fresh cut   hay   lo   lie on the ground  overnight,   ix posed to   dew   or   rain.  Third���������If any hay should get wet with  rain, let   it   stand  in   the cocks, until  thoroughly dry   before   taking* lo the  barn.  Last season Air. Glendenning put up  some 75 to SO tons of bay in this way,  and reports that it came out of the  mows, in the finest condition he ever  saw. It was as green iib when put into  the harn, and ths leaves and blossoms  were all attached to the stalks. It  appeared to*have dried out without  much heating, us all; of the alsiku  blossoms were pink, and the red clover  blossoms were from a pink to a light  amber color. If any great bent had  developed in the mow .the blossoms  would undoubtedly*-'have been of ������  dark brown color. No, signs of mould  were visible and*the hay was very free  from dust.' No salt, lime or other  preservative was used.  Two of the mows in which the hay  was stored are 28x23 feet, with an  average depth of 30 feel of hay.  These mows are tight flooied with  double inch . boards over basement  stables. Another mow is 21x3(1 feet  with depth of about 2i feet, and the  floor on the ground.  The outs-ides of all the mows are of  inch boards without battens, 'with  cracks between the I oards averaging  about three eights of an inch, just  such as are usually found in the  ordinary barn. The sides of the mows  next the drive floor were open. The  hay which consisted of red clover,  alsike and a little timothy, was equally  good in all parts of ��������� the mows. Mr.  Glendenning says lhat he knows of  three other funnels, who have followed  this system for several veins wilh  equal success, and il. would seem wull  worthy of trial by our farmers  generally.  Among the' advantages of this  method ot curing clover are : (1) The  saving of time, between cutting and  storing in the barn; (2) the fact that all  of the leaves and blos-ioms, which are  the most valuable portion of Hit* plant,  are left on the buy. instead of being  lost in the Held as is often the case  when the ordinary inaumr of curing  isfollowed ; (3) the hay is much cleaner  and brighter than when cured in the  old way.  T. XV. Hudson.  Live .Stock Commissioner.  FOR FIRST CHOICE  LOTS NOW FOR SALE IN THE BANNER  CAMP OF FISH RIVER  s*  "GOLD PI EL  The Centre for all the BigvFree Milling, Gold  Groups of Fish River, Pool Creek,: Etc.  Business Lots, $100,     Corner Lots, $150  EASY   TERMS   OF   PAYMENT.  A  Ten  Stamp Mill  and   Diamond  Drills,  Et**.,  are   now on   the   way  to  Goldfields for the.Njrth-,  western    Development   Syndicite.      This means  that    Goldfields ' will   be the   Biff  Town  in  that District.  .7  *i -.  LEWIS BROS.,  Agents, Revelstoke.  R. F. PERRY,  Resident Manager.  LEGAL  JM-SCOTT   B A., LL.U.  Barrister.      Solicitor,   Notary   rubllc,   Etc.  First Street. Kevelstoke.  Money to loan,  UARVEY, M'CARTEK & PINKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Ete.  Solieltors tor Imperial Bank of Canada.  Companv funds to loan ar������ percent.  First Street. Itevclstoke B. C.  SOCIETIES.  ALEX. McLEAN & CO  Agents for the  Mason & Risch Piaaa  OFFICK JIT  J.JMoLeod's Residence  "-     SECOND   STREET,    EAST.  REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  industry and commerce of the people.  It is snid by one of Victoria's most  prominent citizens that thc hesitation  of capital to come into British Columbia  unci the restlessness of labor are alike  due to the uncertain attitude of the  Dunsmuir Government toward capital  aud labor and that until the Legislature passes out of thejthird party stage  into ona in wliich a strong Government  no matter how constituted, nonpartisan, Liliei-il or Conservative, is  confronted by a united Opposition,  theie can be uo hope of a return of the  prosperity and progress of four years  *%o."  MRS. LAUDER  FRESH FRUIT IN SEASON  ICE CREAM.  ICE CREAM SODAS  MACKENZIE AVENUE.  Red Rose Decree mecta second nnd fourth  Tucsdava of each  month; White Kose Deeree  meets third Tucsdav of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   Yikitini: brethren welcome  G. E. GROGAN. IIWiEDWARDS.  President. Tion. Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Rocular mcetinKS are held in tht  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 n.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  A. JOHNSON. W. H  Vi. G. BIRNEY, Rec.-Sec.  CHURCHES  METHODIST CHCRflll. REVELSTOKE.  Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m  <-lav< meeting at the close of the mornine;  Srvfe���������   s"55atb School and Bible Class at 3:30  Weekly  evenin  Praver   Meeting   every    Wednesday  at 7*:30.   The    public   are   cordially  Rev. C. I.adnkr. Pastor. _  evening   at < :.i*J.    1  invited.   Seals free.  5T. PETER S CHURCH, AN'GLICAK.  Eicht a ra., Holy Kucharist; 11 a.m., ma'i'as,  Utany and Sermon (Holy Eucharist first Sun-  dav in the month): 2:3o Sunday school, er  children'" service: 7:30 Evensong choral) and  scYmon? Holy Days-The 1'<*1>* iuchanst Is  ceSbra ed at . a.m: or S a.m.. as1 announced.  Holy Baptism aftor Sunday School at ������:lo.  bo.) t>������t c ^ proccsieb. Rector.  P ttE.t BYTEBI ���������*���������-<��������� CHURCH.  lOTfS  Goldfielc's Mining News.  The fnllowinf. is from the Comaplix  correspondent 10 the Topic: .  There is a placer- excitement on  Menhinnick creek at Goldfields and 11  great scramble is going on for claim**.  The miners ure even stnkingby lantern  light. A great many claims are being  staked, but thure is great doubt as to  the richness of the ground.   ���������  The owners of the Gold Finch at  Goldfields, Messrs. BuLUr and U.mi-  ���������ron, have discovered another rich  ledge on this famous property, the  quartz being very rich and literally  full of gold. '  Tbe Northwestern Developinnnt  Syndicate have sluiced the hillside  next Menhinnick creek, on the Camborne group at Goldfields and exposed  the lead for a considerable diutaiice.  The company are rushing the work on  lhe flume and power house and expect  to lie ready in a short time to turn on  the power.  :IPHDMPTLY'SECURED!  I    Write for our  interesting book* ** Invent-  iar'3 Help" an*l " How you are swindled."V  ISend u������ a rough fleeted or model of your in-/  Ivention orimprovenienl and *.vr \_ ill lell yon/  fre������ our opinion ns tn whether it is probably)  ii-ateniable.   Rejected applications hurt often/  Ibeen   successfully   prosecuted   by   11s.    We/  Iconduct   fully equipped offires in  Montreal/  land Washington ; thisqtmlifiei u������ to prompt-/  ly dispatch work and quickly secure Patent*/  a.s bro <d as the invention, lhnhest references/  furnished. ?  Patent" procured through  Marion & Ma-J  Hon receive special notice without charge in  over loo newspapers distributed throughout  the D. minion.  Specialty:���������Patent business of   Manufacturers and Hngiueers.  MARION & MARION  Patent Expert** and Solicitors.   .  ir^r. !   New York Life B'ld'g. nontreaK  /Offices:   J    Atlantic Bld^WM^j-^D^j  ���������serviceevery Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  to which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  8p. m. every **������������������$. C. Cxldee, Pastor  ItOXAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Ma-i   at 10:30  a. m.,  on  first,   second and  ionrth Sundays in themonth.^^ ^^  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?  FltliE  HUB MKETS ALL TRAINS.  inST CLASS   ACCOMMODATION.  HEATED BY  MOT. AIR.  REASONABLE KATES.  Hotel Victoria  Brown &. Guerin, Props. . ,u . :'-  ELECTRIC BELLS AND LIGHT IN EVERY ROOM.   . .  HOUItLY STREET CAR                                  .      .HA.R .WELL SUPPLIED BY THE CHOICEST  MISET8 AM. TltAlN'8. WINES,  I.IQDOlta AND CIGARS   '.i   2*32  P. BURNS' & GO'Y.  LOW RATE TICKETS   .  Now   on Sale from Eastern Point3  STEAMSHIPS,,  FROM VANCOUVER  TO-  TO-  -CHINA,  -AUSTRALIA  JAPAN,  ALASKA  Lowest Rates and Best Service to  and from all points.  For full information, printed  matter, etc., call on or address,  W. Bradshaw,  - Agent  Kevelstoke.  E, J. Coyle. <  Assist. Gen. .  Passenger Agent  Vancouver.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers*--  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.   JMJi TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON:?< "���������'  W.loUiste  General Blacksmith*  Wagpn Maker,  Etc.  DEALER IN  -WAGONS, BUGGIES, PLOWS,  harrows, seeders; ETC.  DOUGLAS STREET.  Revelstoke; B,C.  SALTATION   AKJ1Y.  Meeting every alt.ht In their Hall on  Front  Street. .  H   EDWARD  TAXIDERMIUT.  riKEFt HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Fnr������ Cleaned anil Be.'alred.    JUST EAST OF  PRESBTfTEBlA.V   CHLKCH  Third Street.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines. London.    Seven  7ean  ������t  Morfa   Worlcs,  Swanxea.     11   years  Chief  Cheml-it  to Wigan Coal and Iron Co.,   ring.  Late Chemist and A-naycr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claim* examined and reported npon.  Ferguson. B.C.  **************************  PELLEW-HARVEY,  BRYANT & CiLMAN  Mining Engineers  and Assayers,  VANCOUVER, B.C.      Established 1S90  A38AY WORK OF AU DE8CRIPTI0N8  UNDERTAKEN.  Test* made up to 2,000lbs.  '' A specialty made of checking Smelter  Pulps.     '  Samples from the Interior by mall or  express promptly attonded to.  Correspondence solicited.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  **1 illl ll*lf't***U l**t ft **  A. If. Smith  TTTJ!  l Baker and  Confectioner  -H.-G.-PARSOK,.Prcaldont. -^  -.-'���������-    ---"  ���������M.-J.-0'BRIBN'-,-Mang|.lBK-t>lrector^  me Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Go.  Limltcd:Li������bility.   ��������� 1,      ���������..-������������������-.  Garry a lull and complete line of  Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Boandiec, Rums,  Holland, Old Tom, London'Dry and Plymouth CUtts,-  Ports, 8her.es, Olarets, Champagne Liquors  Imported and "Domestic Oiffare.  A,  A full and complete  line of  GROCERIES  Cor. Mackenzie Ave.  and Railway Street. ������  *  1****************  J    A. KTRK.  Domini  n nnd Provincial Laud Surveyor.  P.EVELSTOKE, B.C.  E. MOSCROP - . .  Sanitary Plumbing, Hot  Water  And Steam Heating, Gas  Fittin  Second St., REVELSTOKE, B.C.  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 25c,  per doz. Cabbage, Celery. Lettuce.  Tomatoes, Cauliflower*, Candytuft,  Dianthus, Asters, Verliena, Petunias.  Hobelia. Marigold, Phlox, Sunflowers,  Coreopsis, Nasturtum, Chrysanthe-  Oum 25c- per dozen. Cabbage $1 per  100,     J.Maley, Re/el������toke.  8^������ UNION -^&������r  Cigar   Factory  REVKI.STOKE,   B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:  OUR   SPECIAL  and THE 1(HI0N  ALL   GOODS    UNION   MADE'  Laces and Braids \  A lame range of Point I.aoo,  Duchess and Uattenburv  Braids, Stamped Design*,  Stamped Llnena, Hmbrolderjr  Needles, Hooka, -Sec.  ,  Herlln and Zephyr Wools, all  -  ������������������hades, Slipper Solei, Yalcn-  clences Lace, Insertion.  Call at *t" ,^m  MADISON -PARLORS.  Misses Sheppard & Bell.j  McKenzie A renin   '  oex .  " LIVE, AND LET LIVEHl  Please don't try and run us  out of town by sending your  orders east.' We must have  your work in order to live.  We depend on you for our  work! Eastern tiouses* do>  not! Do not allow yourself *  to be roped in by their peddlers. We aleo guarantee  to give you better satiafae- i  tion for your money."   *  S,.  S.   "WXZ.S025T,   .  Next tbe McCarty Block.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop; '"  Prompt dellYery of parcels,' bagf age, ale.  - loanr partot tk������elt-r..-<��������� - * .������  Any Rind of Transferring  Undertaken *,  All orders lett at R. II. Smythe'**<Toba������co -  tore, or by Telephone Mo.7wIUiacei'raproapt \  tteatlon..    .  ,,. ,... ............-  Jas^iL ^Wobdrowt  Am iLi.*  Retail Dealer tn���������  . ���������.  . Beel^Pork;*  '��������� MuttbriyEte.  Fieh and Came ia Smatbn /...  AUorden proaapUy fluid. ..  CorS##������.IB������BYBK������0I������ tfi  ���������;u,c  -". v \p*9Jr'������������99&JI'#.������9������9������99������9������PL9������i������l 9-������#9&9#&9*i&&*9&9&H&*9-L*99) +*JMM9*9������'������*������������������JUHMM99������������91U999i  ;_ : ' The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed by the payrolls of two  gigantic-coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy Mountain Mines.  ���������;;��������� -Surrounded by the following resources:    Coal, gold, copper, silver and a fine agri  cultural country. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance, with'a climate almost southern  and all that could be asked. '���������'-,'���������  "A t t 'ASHNOLA is'owned and backed by the payroll of the Siinilkaineen "Valley Coal Company, Ltd.,  which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment and development of their coal mines, installing  of water, electric light and power plants are already ai'miiged fur. Thi* development of the Ashnnln Coal  Company's mine by tho Eastern Capitalists who have established their payroll at ASHNOLA, makes it the  coining city of the interior of British Columbia.  ; City of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  Lots in Ashnola aro safe investments.    In Blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 tho price  will be advanced 25c.  perjnonth'until May 1st, 1002, and to ton per cent, in the remaining blocks. ��������� The present price is from $50 to  $225     Twenty-five percent, cash, three, six and nine months without interest.  ��������� ��������� Arrangements are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottages for the Employees of  tbeconip'iny at Ashnola.    This work will he under full headway by il.iy 1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could be bought.and wero sold at 11 cents. Today they are  quote 1 at $80.00. With the advent of transportation, Similkaiiie'cn "Valley Coal can he delivered at any  point in Wudt ICootenay or Vale as cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,    LIMITED.   NELSON,  B. C.   ^ngi^g'g^jgiiw.g*.^^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  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 thc base, of  the Lardeau Pass,  Galena  - "-���������        -���������.*-"-       and "Surprise Creeks.  -  CiRCLE CITY is   absolutely   surrounded    by    Mining   Properties   nosv   under"  Vjrt      ���������r ���������..Development ,       .        ...  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date. I intend to apply to  Ihe Honorable the Chief CoinmiKsinnei* ol  I-ands and Works for p<_*riiiis.s'..n to cut  and'earry away timber from the following  desciibed lands :  Commencing: at a post planted on the  south side of.the Columbia River, about  one mile belowthe mouth of Canoe River,  and marked "Maude Skene's Norlh-East  Corner Post;" thence south 8o chains;  thence west So chains; thence north So'  chains; thence east to the point of commencement.  "MAUDE SKENE.  Dated lhis 29th day uf April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  thirty days afler date I inlend lo apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for permission to cut  and carry away timber from the following  described lands :  Commencing- at a post planted on the  soulh bank of tliu Columbia River, about  one mile below tlie mouth of Canoe River,  and marked " Henry Lovewell's North-  West Corner Post;" theuce south 80  chains; Ihence east So chains; thence  norlh So chains; thence wesi So chains to  lhe point of commencement.  HENRY I.OVEWEI.L.  Dated thi*, jylh day of April, i_)0-*.  Notice.  NOTICE IS1 HEREHY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend lo make  application lo the Honorable the Chief  Commissionerof Lands and Woiks for a  special licence ui cut and carry awav  timber from the following described  lands :  I oinmeiicing al a posi marked " G. IJ  Nagle's South-East Corner l'ost, planted  on the nortii bank of tlie Columbia River,  one mile west ofthe mouth ol" Canoe River;  thence north So chains; Ihence west So  chains; thenco south 80 chains; thence  east So.chains to the point oi" commencement.  G. B. NAGLE.  Dated this 29th day ol* April, -1902.  Notice.  Sp!endsei  Water ;  * Which'will-be utilized next-Season by Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT ONCE  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  g. b. ba:tho,  Ferguson, B. C.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afterdate I intend to apply to  lhe Honorable lhe Chief Commissioner of  Landsand Works for a special license to  cut and carry awai* timber from the following described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  north bank of the Columbia River just  above the mouth of Canoe River, and  marked "Fred Robinson's South-East  Corner Posi;" thence north So chains;  thence west So* chains; thence south So  chains; thence east 80 chains to llie' point  of commencement.  FRED ROBINSON.  Daled this zgth-day of April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afler dale I intend to' apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away ;* tiinber from the following described lands : :.'{��������� :  Commencing at a post planted on the  east side of the Columbia River, about two  miles above the mouth of Wood River, and  marked " Fred. Robinson's South-West  Corner." Post"; llience east 160 chains;  thence north 40 chains; tbence west "160  "chains; thenee soulh 40 chains to the point  of commencement.  "    ��������� FRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICI*" IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days nfter date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of. Lands and Works for ii special  license to cut and carry away/timber  froni the following described lands;  Commencing at 11 post planted on  the east hank of the Columbia River  about two miles aliove the month of  Wood Kiver, and marked "Olivia  Robinson's North-West Coiner Post;"  thence south JO chains; thence east 100  cliains; thence north 40 chains; thence  west KiO chains to the point of  eoninienceinent.'  OLIVIA ROBINSON,  Dated this 29th duy of April, 1002.  3SrOTZOB._    ^  1, the undersigned, intend 30 days  after date to upply to the Chief Commissioner of l������inds and Workv, for a  special licence to* cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands: Commencing at a post  planted on the west side of the  Columbia River one mile below  Hovels Ranch, aiid marked A. Edgar's  suul.li east corner post, thence running  in a westerly direction *I0  chains thence mirth IUO chains thence  east 10 chains loColiiiubiaKiver tlienee  along Colunibin River 100 chains to  place of commencement.  Dated this Uth day of May, 1002.  A. Edgar.  Notice.  NOTICI! I.S I1EUE1JY GIVEN thai  thirty days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable tho Chief Commissioner ol  Landsand 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 lhe Canoe River, about four  miles up from ils mouth, and marked  "Olivia Robinson's North-East Corner  Post";. Ihence west 80 chains; thence  south So chains; thence east 80 chains;  thence north 80 chains to the poinl ol  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  Dated this ist day of May, 1902.   '  Notice.  THE TERMS  OF PEACE  i -  1  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30  days after date I intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chiel Commissionerof Lauds  and Works for permission 10 cut and carry  .���������iway timber from the following described  lands in West Kootenay:  Commencing al a post marked "E. L.  MeMahon's North-West Corner" planted  on the east bank of the Columbia River al  the south-west corner ofthe timber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; thence east 40 chains; thence 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 10 the poinl of commencement.  E. L. McMAHON.  Dated May sth, 1902.  3STOTIOE'  N TICE.IS HEREBV GIVEN-that SO days  afterdate, I Intend to-makc application to the  Honorable the Chief.foinmisjloDor.ol Lands  and Worki for a 'special licence to fell and  carry away timber from lhe following described lands:  Commencing at  No. 1.  -- ��������� - - post planted about 50  chains north ofSt.'l.eon Hot Springs on the  Arrow Lakes and marked J. T. south west cor-  ner, thenee east 160 chains ; thence nortii -to  chains ; thence weft 160 chains ; thence -ioutli  <0 chains to place of commencratnt.  ,,     ' '   " No.. 2.  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  south froni the mouihof Deep creek nt Galena  Bay, Arrow Lakea.-marked'J:.!'. .aud_ being  about8 chains east of T.H.D '������ no'i tii west-corner post: tbence weal80 chains'* thenee south  -EU-chalss ; tbence east ������0 chains ; thence nortii  80 chains to place of commencement."  Nelson, B. C, March 3rd. 1902.  \ JAMES A.TAYLOK.  . y .     .      ,, .  .,      'Arrowhead.  Certificate "���������* of Impveroinents.  Butte.* Silver Bow. and Muck; Diamond  Mineral Claims, a mate in tliel.ardeatijllntng  Division ot Weit .* ootenay District.  Where Located:'-Near the Head of Lexington Creek, a tributary of Fish Creek.  TA^E'NOTICE'that I. A. P. Cummins, as  Agent for the Double Eagle Mining and Development Coinpanv, Limited, of Ferguson,  B.C, ��������� tree Miner's Certificate No. 3t,8.")l,  intend,- sixty davs -from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Fecoriler for a Certificate  nf Improvements, for the purposo of obtaining  a Crown Grant ol the above claim.   .  And nirther Take Notice that action, 1111.Ic  Fectlou 37,- must  be  commenced  before the  isabanceof such Certificate of .Improvements  L'ated this twenty-thlrd.dayol January, A.D.  .jiXi..  A. I*. CUMMINS, I'.L.S.  >Jb. S-tf  HOTIOB  TAKE NOTICE "that 60 days.after date 1  intend to apply to the Chief (*ommls*-ioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase a  piece ol land described as follows :  Commencing at a post marked F. J. t old-  smith's .No, 1 post, thencu houth -IU chain*. ;  thenee east-tO cliains ; thence norlh 10 chains;  theuce west-10 ehalns, to point of commencement���������160 acres more 0r_.le.1s.-This land was  staked byj.lt. McKenzie last June,    lias a  Rurchase No. 1 post about 100 feet from Oold-  nch  trail and ubout 200 feet up hill, Iho eabt  line following Fish River. -   "  'Located February 20,1902.  F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Cold fields. B. C.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that CO 'days - after date I  intend to upply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and works for permission to cut nud  carry away timber from the following described lands:    ,   ^    ,1      t    y.-*  Commencing at a post* marked Roger F.  Porry's southeast corner post situate about 200  feet from Scott Creek, thence west 40 chains;  thence north 160 chains; thence cast 40 cliains;  thencesouth 160chains,,to tlie place ot commencement; containing 640 acres.  KOUElt F. PERRY.  - Goldfields. B. C, Oct 17th, 100).      Nov. 6-tf.  25TOTIOE-.  TAKE NOTICE that 60 dnys'after date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and \\orks for permission to purchase  tne following desciibed lands:  Commencing at a post marked "V. Mr Adams'  *.-������. 1 Post," situate close to the old line of  'IIIII it Itrsntford's pre-emption, Fl:-h Creek,  thence north 40 chains, llience west 20 chnln*,,  thencesouth 40 chains, theuce cast 20 chain*.  Certificate of Improvements.  ZLnTOTIQIE  Morulas Star, Walrus,Sen Lion and Bonan/.n  Mineral Claims, situate 111 the Lardeau Mining  Division of West Kootenav District Where  located: On'Menhenick ' Creek, near Fish  Kner. , :  TAKE NOTICE that I,F. C. Green, acting as  agent for. Angus .McKay, F. M. C. 11 32003, and  J. 11. McKenzie, Free M'ner's Certificate No.  B 3.023, intend, sixty davs from llie date hereof,  to apply to the Mining kecorderfor. erlillentes  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced beforo ti e  Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  __Datedrl hjs_.fi rstjlay_of_M nrch. 1902,-A .!>._=   ';  - T   -'.        *   F  c  GRj.EJfi  * .     ���������* per F. S. C.   -  - -        ���������      Nelson,-B C.  Certificate of. Improvements.  Notice.  NOTICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after dale I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a special 'license to  cut and carry away timber from the following: described lands ':  '.'Commencing'at a post planted oil the  east side of the Canoe River and alongside  of the Canoe River trail, about one mile  above the mouth ot Harvey Creek, and  marked " C. R. Skene's South-West  Corner l'ost;'.' ihence north 80 _ chains;  thence west So "chains; tlienee south 'So  chains; tbence east So chains to the point  of commencement.  C.R.  SKENE. ,  Dated this isl day of May, 1902.  to point of commencement.  Goldiields, Jan. mth, l'jiH.  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.   -  To John T. Moore or to anyone to whom he  may have transferredt-his" Interests in the  Oilman Fractional mineral claim, situate  ln the -.ardaati MinlngDlvlsion.  Vou are hereby notified that I expended tlie  i.um or one-hundred and-seven, dollars  and  fifty cents ($107.60) in labor and money on the  before-nentionedimineralfulaira, In order to  hold saldminerarelalm under Section '24 of tlio  Mineral'Act;'and. il within ninety days (90)  from thedate of this'notice,'you fall to contribute your proportion of such expenditure,  together' witn all 'costs of advertising, yur  intsreat In said mineral claim Kill become thc  property of the undersigned, under Section 4  01 ^n Act entitled*���������Au-Act  to  amend the  inneraIAct.1900."  Dated ,*at comaplix, avc.,. this 15th day of  April, A.'D., 1902.' "���������  ���������;  JOSEPH BEST,  .    *,*.'", ,*-        Co-OWnor. ,  E. McADAM.  JsrOTICE  NOTICE���������That sixty days afler date I lutein!  to apply to the Chief. Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  :M) acres of land situate on tlio Northeast Arm  of Arrow Lake, In the District ot W Kooie  nay. B.C., and described as follows.- ' -.  'Commencing Irom S.W. corner.. \ V11141,  thence North aittronomieal 20 chair, thence  West80 chains; theuce South 110 cli ins approximately; thence llluo chains -Nortli  Easterly to point of commencement.  FKE1). ItOUINSOS.  "Fcb.'5-tt " 'C. It.SKENE, Age  t.  Centre Star and Evening Star Mineral  Claim*-,Mtualeln ihe*Larde<tu Mining Division  of Wc**t Kootenay District. Wliere located:  On .Menhenick creek, near Fish Kiver. |  TAKK NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, icting as  agent for J. It. McKenzie, Free Minor's CertiII-  catcNo. It .I-20J5, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, 10 applj\to thc Mining-Keeorder  or Certificate1* of Improvement", Ior the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of llie above  claims,  .'.nd further take notice that action, under  section 87,  must be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this flr-lday of March. IW-*, A. D.  1\ C. filll. *JC,  per I\ S C ,  Nelfon. II. C."  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  otice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN qh.-il  thirty days after date I intend lo apply lo  tlie__.Honorable__thc_Chief_Comniissioiier___of_  Lands and Works for a special license to  cul and cany away tiinber from the following* desciibed lands:  Commencing* at a post planted on the  west bank of the Columbia River, just  below lhu mouth of a large creek aLout  one half mile above Peterson's Ranche,  and marked " Henry Lovewell's South-  East Corner Posi; thence west 80 chains;  thenee norlh 80 chains; thenco east So  chains, more or less, to the bank of the  Columbia River; thence following the  bank ofthe Columbia River to the poinl 01  commencement.  HENRY LOVEWELL.  Dated this 5II1 day of May, 190J.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply  to the Honorable thc Chief Commissioner of Lands and "Works for a 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. B. Skene's '-North-  West Corner Post;" thence east* 80  chains; tlienee south 80 chains; thence  west 80 cliains; thence north 80 chains  to" the point of commencement.  C. R. SKENE,  Dated tliis 1st day of May, 1002.  .  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rate.      J  J. Albert Stone ���������   Prop.  CELEBRATION  CORONATION DAY  The' Clavelaitd and British Columbia  ' Mining cempanyrMmlted.  3STOTIOE  NOTICE 1> hereby alrttt that th." head offlces  of' Ths CIsveiaAcI and British Columbia Mlnlni.; Company;'*Limited, have  b������������n moved Irom Roltlkrid to llcvelatoke, B.C.  '���������:        n April 18-lm  FARWELL  ESTATE.  Th-i'oholco land! north *of track,'  between Tapp!ng'i,and Long'n, will  be subdivided for sale ai  10011 ta  poiilblaV*    .-.'���������"      .*. ' ���������*  QM. 8PROAT,-.VIOTORIAiBiO.  ~    JR. O.BOZ, ������26,  TAKK NOTICE that tlxty days nfter.date I  intend to upply to the Chief f'omniissioner  of Lands and \Torks for permission to pur  chase a parcol{oI land described as follows:  Commencing at a'post marked Alice-Perrv's  No. 1 l'ost; thence west 'iO chains; tlieDce  North 40cliains; thenoe East iOcliaiiis; thence  South 40 chains to point of commencement.  This fraction of land commences North of It.  F. I'crrj's pre-emption followttip JIcKenzie's  North-west Line, containing about SO acres,  more or less.  ALICE PERRY.  Goldiields, Nov. 27,1901.   .���������       -     Dec-l-lm  JSTOTiaiE  ltcd Tox aiul P.idKC Mineral Claims, situate  In the l.iirdeaii Mini!!)? Division of West Kootenav ]ii*.trlct. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek near Ki.*-h I'.lver.  T *KE NOTICK that I, F. C Green, nctine as  Hfjent (or Annus McKay, Free Miner's Certlfl-  cat<_' No. B 32005. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, 10 apply to the Mining Recorder  Ior Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Grown Grants of.the above  claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must tie commenced before the  isi-uance of such Cerliiicatesof Improvements.  Dated this first day of March, 1902, A. I).  F.C.GREEN,  per F. S C .  Nelson, B. C.  Notice.  NOTICK IS HEREBY- GIVEN tbat  ,*.o days after d.-ilc I intend to apply to the  I loiior.-iblellicCliiofConimissionorof Laiuls  and Work., for permission lo cul anil carry  away timber from tlie following' described  tract of land in West Kootenay:  Commencing at a postmarked "John A.  MeMahon's South-West Corner," planted  at a point 160 chains southerly from the  south limit of the lands of the Pittsburg  Syndicate siliiatednorth of Death Rapids;  thence cast 40 chains; thence north 160  chains, to the south limit of the lands ofthe  Pittsburg Syndicate; Ihcnce west40 chains,  to the cast bank of the Columbia Kiver;  thence south along lhe east bank of said  river 160 chains to the point of commencement. - . .  JOHN A. McMAHON.  Dated May 5th, 1902.  _SPORTS_AT__ REVELSTOKE  Two.  Days  June 26-2T  BASEBALL,  , FOOTBALL,  CRICKET,  LACROSSE  and other matches  NOTICE Is hereby given that 30 darF aiter  date I intend 10 applv to the Chief Commissionerof Lands and Works for t>ormi**sion  to cutand carry away lliiibcrlroni tho lolloiv-  inn described fandi:���������Commencing at a po~t  at tbe southeast corner of Ki'scr F. Perry's  pre-emption, marked "Southeast corner* of  limber limit applied for by F.J. Goldsmith";  thenee wrest 40 chains; thencenorthlOa chain*:;  thence east 40 chains to Fish Creek: thenc������  followiiiK thomoauderiiiRS of Fish Creek 100  chalus to point of commencement; containing  640 acres, more or less.  '-" F.J. GOLDSMITH,  Thomson'* Landing, October 18tb, 1901.   ...  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL;* IMPERIAL FRACTION-'  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  SVTUATK IX THE REVfcLSTO >: MINING  , Division of West Kootenay District.  Where I-ooattd: On Keystone Mountain,  Big Bend, near Downie Creek.  T\KE NOTICE that I, Geo. S.'MeCarter  acting's*, scent for J I). Graham. Free Miner's  Ccrlincale No D. 3724 and for W. H. VIckers.  Krce Miner's Certificate No. 60821. intend 60  davs from the date hereof to applv to the  Mining Recorder for-Ccrtificatcs of "improve-  -inentd for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of the above claims.  AND FCBTHER TAKE NOTICE that action  under Section 37. must be commenced before  the Issuance of such Certificate of Improve-  jraents.  Bated this 10th day of February, A.D.1902.  Feb 12-tf Dm. S. MeCarter.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEItKBY GIVEN that  thirty days after datel intend to apply  to the Honorable tlie Chief Commissioner of Landsand Works foraspecial  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted on  the west bank of the Columbia Itiver,  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;" thence west 80 chains; thence  north 80 chains; thence east 80 chains,  more or' less to the west "��������� bank of the  Columbia Riyer; thence following 'the  bank of tbe Columbia River to the  point of commencement.  ' MAUDE SKENE.'  Dated this oth day of May, 1002.  Shooting Competition,  Horse Racing*,  Athletic Contests,    -  Dance ancl Entertainment.  GOD   8AVE   THE   KINQ  WING CHUNG  Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods   Just Arrived  It.VMIlOO cn.vins,  -    "   J.'ANCY TATII.ES,  TEA TilAYP,  ClIINAWAltK,  FANCY GOODS,  NAPKINS,  HANDKEKCmEFS,  FANS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  IN THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  .'    THE JOSS HOUSE.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  Dunning between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  14th, 1901, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  Leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix. twlcodally���������10k. and 151c.  Leaving Comaplix and I homson'a Landing  for Arrowhead.7.v.twicc daily���������7:15kand 12:15k  Making close connections with all C. P. K.  Steamers and Trains.] ������������������;-,*.*;���������.  . The owners reserve the right to change timet  of sailings without notlce.|  Tho Fred Robinson Lumber Co., limited  fjoiidon, .Tune 4.���������Mr. Balfour iu the  House today announced the terms of  p.-ace in South Africa as follows:  .gHis Excellency, Lord Milner, in tie-  half of the British government; His  Excellency, Mi*. Steyn, Gen. 13 rem mer.  Gen. C. 11. Da wot and Judge Hertzog,  acting in behalf of the Orange Free  Slate, and Gen. Schalkbuger, Gen.  Reitz, Gen. Louis Botha and Gen. D������-  larev, acting in bohalf of their respective burghers, desiring to terminate the  present hostilities, iigrce to the following terms:  "The burgher forces in Lhe field will  forthwith lay down thuir arms and  hiti'id over all their guns, rilles and  ammunition of war in thoir possession  or under their control, and desint from  further resistance and acknowledge  King Edward VII. as thair lawful  Sovereign.  "I'lie manner and details of this  uurrender will lie arranged between  Lord Kitchener and Commandant  Gereral Botha, assisted by ��������� Gen.  Delarey and Chief Commandant  Dewet.  "Second;   All burghers outside  the  limits of the  Transvaal   and   Orange  River Colony, and all prisoners of war  at present outside South  Africa,  who  are burghers, will, on duly declaring  their acceptance   of   the   position   of  subjects of His   Majesty,   he   brought   "  back to their homes as soon as means -  of transport can be provided and mean* *  of subsistence assured.  "Third���������The burghers so returning  will not he deprived ol their personal  liberty or property.  "Fourth���������No proceedings, civil or  criminal, will be taken against burghers  surrendering, or so returning, for any  acts in connection with the prosecution  of the war. The benefits of this clause  do not extend to certain acts contrary  to the usages of war, which had been  notified by the commanner in chief to  the Boor generals and which shall lie  trieu by court martial after- the close  of hostilities.  "Fifth���������The Dutch language will lie  taught in the public schools of the  Transval and Orange River Colony,  where the parents desire it, and .will  be allowed iu the courts of law, for the.  better and more effectual administra-  t:on of justice.  "Sixth���������Possession of rifles' will lie  allowed in Transvaal and^range River  Colony to persons requiring them for  their protection on taking a license  according to law.  "Seventh���������The military administration of fhe Transvaal and Orange  liiver Colony will at the * earliest  possible date be succeeded by a civil  government, and as soon as circumstances will permit, representative,  institutions, leading * up . to self  government, will be introduced.- -  "Eighth���������The  question of granting -  the   franchise   to   natives will uot be  decided until after the introduction of  aelf government,  "Ninth���������No special tax will be  imposed on landed property in thn  Transvaal or Orange River Colony to  defray the expenses of the war.  "Tenth���������So   soon   as the conditions  permit it, a committee ,011   which the  lotnl.,inhabitants   will be represented,  -  will be appointed  in each  district'of "  thc  Transvaal    and  ' Orange    River  Colony   under the   presidency'of  - ������~  magistrate   or   other   official' for the  '  purpose of assisting in  the restoration '  of   tin*   people   to   their   homes,  and  supplying those   who,   owing to war  loss,-   are    unable    to    provide   for  themselves, wilh food and shelter, and  the necessary amount of seed, stock  and implements, etc., indispensable to  the    resumption     or    their    normal  occupations.  "His Majesty's government will  place at tha di.ipos.il of these  commissions lhe sum of three million  pounds sterling (S15.CD0.000) and will  allow the notes issued under the law of  1900 of the South African Republican,'  and all receipts given up to officers in  the field of thc late republics or under  their orders, to be presented to a  judicial commission which will be  appointed by the government, and if  such notes and receipt*, are found by  this commission tn have been duly  iskued in return for valuabla considerations, they will be received by Ibe  first named commissions as evidence of '  war losses suffered by the persons to  which lhey were originally given.  "In addition to the above named  free grant of three million pounds  sterling His' Majesty's government  will be prepared to make advances, on '  loans, for the same purpose** free of  interest.for two years and afterwards  repayable, over a period uf years with  the three per rent interest. No  foreigner���������or rebel will be entitled to  benr-fitunderthis clause,"  I .'I  1 "!  t,  I  i,  v  'i.  ���������Fa  1 *.*  V:  I Wo have them in alt  the new designs for the  year. Sec our samples  if you .arc going to  paper.  Canadd Drug & Book Co  BORN.  Kincaid���������At Revc^toke. June Ith, m  Mr. and Mrs. A. 10. Kincaid, a sun.  NOTES OF  NEWS  ���������Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  10. (J. Frotuey returned last night  from Golden.  ���������Veilings at  cost, Madison Parlor.-.  Fire lirigade Xo. 2 will turn out for  practice Tiu.-sd.iy evening.  ��������� Fresh Groceries at A.   X. Smith's.  .Ms. ami .Mrs. Didisheim left on  Tliur.-il.'iy for tin* Old Country.  ���������Special sale of veilings this, month  nl the M.*i<li*>on Parlors.  !_>. McCarthy is building a business  block on Second Street for.I. fluilello.  ��������� Wall paper. Wall; paper. Wall  paper, at Canada Drug ���������& liook (Jo's.  ���������Dargiiins ������u fancy combs and hail  pins at Madison Parlors.  '��������� Too Rich To Marry " company  played    to a good  house last night.  ���������Coronation Ties at Taylor k  George's.  Geo. S. MeCarter returned by No. 1  last night from attending county court  at Golden.  ���������B.irgain hour from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m.  tonight at Reid & Young's.  Businessmen, if you are in need ot  clean, neat and tiburacLive punting,  it pays to leave your order at the  Hicit.vi.D.  ���������Ready-to-wear hats at cost, Madison  Parlors.  Alex Cummins, (he well known  Ferguson merchant, was in Lhe city on  Thursday.  ���������Bargains in Boots and Shoes all  next week at Reid &,Young's.  A cricket match, Canadians vs. Old  Countrymen, is being played this  afternoon at the recreation grounds.  ���������A beautiful lot of sponges, toilet  waters, etc., just opened at Canada  Drug A: Book Co's. ,  ���������Uev. J. A. Wood is now stationed al  Salmon Arm, having left Kamloops on  Wednesday wilh Mrs. Wood and  family.  ���������Kodaks for $1 |and $2 each at the  CaiiachiDrug & Book Co's. Nobody  should he without one at this price.  lid. .lackson, formerly of Revelstoke,  arrived in the city Thursday morning.  He has accepted a position wiLh  Taylor k George.  ���������Wasted���������An Organist for Uie  Methodist church. Apply, .stating  I onus, etc., to C. B. Hume, recording  steward.  ���������Sale of household furniture at the  residence   of   Mrs.   \V.   L.   Hamilton.  McKenzie avenue, on .fune 2Ith. 1002,  - commencing at 1 o'clock sharp.  Aid. John McLeod leaves on No. 1  tonight for New Westminster.delegale  from Selkirk Lodge 1. O. O. F., to the  Grand Lodge which convenes in that  city on June 11th,  ���������The "Empress shoe-' will wear for  many seasons at Taylor -So George's.  -     Fred   LecRicc, the   bank _ burglar,  _____^-_._-^-.^l--^-������ 01������T m i #  " NAME ON   EVERY   PIECE."  JoWjsfeys  I Chocolates  & Wc have to.tcly  imported jS*-  a) lhc   choicest  varieties of w  W tlie above   in   bulk,   and ������  ^ arc"selling at $������>  " 75c. per ib. ������  Highest  Award /-a-*,  at the World's  Fair.      (32)  ��������� m  Red to ������  ���������       - Drugstore <&  C9*-*���������  ������B���������������  ���������a**-  !^)@)^)^)^'^^'^^ ^^(^)^(^^^)  <������> SUMMER BEAUTY  ������ AND COMFORT  it���������  tfp*.  a**-���������  jj) Requires the right kind of Clothing  H) and Footwear.  H Wc have them at the right prices.  |S\ Call at Our Store and prove it.  I Hot Weather Hats.  We can fit you with a Hat that looks  well and feels comfortable.  ������ Boots and Shoes  i>  ^*-  ������0������-  gr  who wa< one of (he trio who kilh*d  Constable Boyd in Toronto last fall, in  nn attempt to escape, was sentenced  last week in Toronto, to be hanged on  July ISth.  ��������� Kverytliing in the Dry Goods liii<������  at Taylor & George's.  General Parsons who investigated  the fortifications und troops at Esqui-  inalt last week for the British  goveriiiiK-nt, in an interview declared  the station the finest he had ever soph  for it*** A./..2.  ��������� Snap*; in childi'pns Linen Suits, al  lteid k Young--*.  The ladies' auxiliary of the Hospital  are lnny with their plans fot the  Kirnii'.-o whicli will he held in the  opera house some time in July. The  ������������������xact date and further particulars will  lie announced later.  ���������Good Trunks and Valises at Taylor  k George's.  Steamship IleveKloke rame up  from Nakusp this morning after  getting her new capstan put in ji'ace  and 11 few other alterations made.  All morning the boat hands have been  busy receiving freight, and the boat  left about noon for up river points.  ��������� .T������b lot of ladies Sailor Hats, your  choice for 25c. at lteid k Young'.*-..  The ice cream and lawn social given  liy the Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's  church on the grounds of Mr. John  Macleod on Thursday evening was  ijuite a success. 'Althcugh the even  ing was cold and damp a goodly mini  her were present and highly enjoyed  the entertainment. Thegrounds were  prettily decorated with flags and  hunting, and indoors the pianola with  the recitation hy Miss Edgar and  singing hy Messrs, Cook, AHum and  engineer Symonds and Mrs Dent,  passed a very pleasant evening. ��������� As a  financial venture the undertaking  proved a .".access.  ������������������Trimmed hats at half piice at the  .Madison I'.'triors.  A combination of hoilermakers and  machinists have made arrangement.,  for a football game to ho played 01.  tho (run Clubs ground**! next Saturday.  Undoubtedly this will he an interesting  and evenly contested game as theie  are good men on both sides to pick  from.  ��������� -It is estimated that as a result of tl.e  Fernie disaster at least fit*, y \v.1111011  have been made widows and two  hundred and fifty children rendered  fatherless. All lhe towns and cilies in  the province are sending assistance to  lhu relief of the distressed. Revelstoke  should jump hi and do something.  ���������All Linoleums purchased from  Taylor k George are cut and laid free  of charge.  -V meeting of the City Council was  held last evening, a full report of  which will appear iu our next issue.  A matter of intense interest to the  citizens of Revelstoke was a discussion  which came up at this meeting in  regard to Chinese laundries. It was  decided that a bylaw be .submitted at  their next meet to adopt a system to  regulate the location of laundries in  the city.  ���������All Carpets purchased from Taylor  & George are cut. sewn and laid free  of charge.  Bishop Gr.indin, lhe first Roman  Catholic bishop of Si. Albert, died  Tuesday at St. Albi.*rl, afler a lengthy  illness. His see included the entire  territory of Albert a', and he was the  senicr bishop in Canada, having been  consecrated in 1S."30. He tame to the  Northwest about the year 1S31, and  has traveled the entire north country,  including the Mackenzie river district,  1111 snowshoos and by dog train. He  was ino.it popular with his people.  ���������A few ladies Shirt Waists, last  seasons, broken sizes, regular $2.25 and  #2.50 for .������il.2."i, at Reid it Young's.  Prof. A. C. Beech the wonderful hoy  adept who has caused so much sensation by his readings in palmistry and  phrenology, has expressed his intention  of staying oif at Revelstoke for one  week only, commencing Friday the*  13th June. Then* is no greater exponent of the philosophies of the mystical  Hindu's on the Amei scan ' continent.  Confident of success, he makes no  suited ch;irs;<*,-pav-.',*i!i;sUyoii-!:ktt-when  convinced. Reim-miber "knowledge i*������  powet;'" skepticism is ignorance. Note  all persons studying hypnotism, menial  or magnetic healing. ������hould go and be  enlightened by the adept.  W  (fl  (!_������)  (H  tW>  King's Union-Made Boots ror Men  and Women.  The  Empress Shoe for Women.  W  (|������)  I������)  ii)  Dress Goods  A full line of Dress Goods, consisting of the latest patterns and  fashions.  Carpets and Linoleums  Sold at fair prices and cut and laid  free of charge.  TAYLOR & GEORGE  Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  (|������)  (*H  ������������_7l  CLEARANCE SALE!!  FURNITURE GOODS must be sold  at cost iu order to make room for  another large carof Furniture, which  will be here shortly, call and see if  we can't arrange to supply ynu. Now  is your opportunity to furnish cheap.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  W  w>  w>  w>  W)  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Real Estate  FINANCIAL-)  Insurance  .A-GKEliTTS  .FOIR.  f!. P. R. TOWNSITE,  MARA TOWNSITK.  GEKRAKI) TOWNSITE.  CAMBORNE TOWNSITE,  i Canada Permanent it Western  J       Canada Mortgage Corporation.  [ Equitable Savings Loan and Building Association.  f imperial Fire.      Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Fire.  I Canadian Fire.   Mercantile Fire.    Northern Fire.  Guardian Eire.. Manchester Fire.   Great West Life.  Ocean, Accident aad Uuanintee.   Confederation Life  Canadian Accident Assurance Co.   Connecticut Eire  =\i  A Drunken Row Results in the  Clubbing to Death of one  Man and the Severely Injuring of Another.  A drunken row occurred lust Wednesday evening, about four miles  below Nakusp. resulting in the death  of one man and the severely injuring  of another-. . Jack Cole, the murdered  has a wife  There died last week at the Old  Man's Home,-Kamloops, an old -timer,  who for some years was a well known  resident of this district. "Pete'  Smiley was" one of the first pioneers of  this part of the country, having  prospected along Okanagan lake over  50" years ago, and was the first white  man, as far as it is known, to take out  gold from Si wash creek, . He went all  through the Cariboo excitement and  mined with varying fortunes in almost  ali parts of the province. He was a  native of Quebec, of mixed French and  Scotch parentage, and was a quiet and  ndustrious   man who was well liked  by all who knew him.���������Vernon News.  ��������� Reid it Young are sole agents for  the celebrate P. k T). and I). <tA.  Corsets.  -THF.-  ICE CREAM  Days are Here.  Why not call at  Bew's Drug Store  And Oo Away Back   Arwl pur laic of the Ft-pfrcehinj? J>r!nks  wliicli com" from onr Sort a fountain in  film oh 1 rriniiutious .streams.  Wc Use True Fruit Syrups  Of rtelirfoiiK flavors, a No Criiihcl Km its  nnrt high flitsi Ire C renin.  t3Mr-\n the renr of th" Ston! it ample a rrom-  nifxbttfon for those who wish io set awhile nt  thoir rlrinkM.  Only Ten Cents for High Class Material  W. BEWS,     -      -     Phm.B.  Druggist arnOtatloncr.  llrown lllock. 4 Telopbono48.  miin, i3 an American, and  living in Rossland. Xeb Demars, the  injured man. is an old timer here and  is well known in connection wilh the  Big Rend placer excitement in the  early days. Henry Rose, who is  charged with the crime, comes from  Ottawa and has heen in the west about  a year.  According to Demurs the three men  were going down the lake in 11 hoat  from Nakusp on Wednesday evening.  They .had liquor on board. A row  stinted and Demars' paddled to shore.  On getting ashore Rose struck Den-tars  over the head with n club, and then  (hen went aftt*r Coif*, heating .hiin  scvi-rely about the head, neck and f.������ce.  Rope then went back to finish I_)**murs.  Rjse notified Walter Scott, provincial officer at K.ikusp. of the .ilT.iir,  but tells a different story as to how it  occurred. Rose claims that after  landing from tho boat, he left the  ollu-r two and went on <ioWit'Hb*-iut  half n mil**, and that two men came  out of the hush and attacked C.ile and  n.'iiinrs. Hearing screaming and  shouting he earns back and found  Ciii* dead.  Dr. Cross went down to N.iknsp on  Thursday and held an in'juest, the  jmy returning a, verdict Lhat Cole  rami: to his death at the hand*, of Ro.������f.  Constable Upper brought Rose up  from Nakusp yesterday afternoon und  has him lodged in gaol.  A post mortem pxaminatioii of tlie  body of Colo was held this morning by  Din. Carruthers and McLean.  The preliminary examination i.s  taking place todny before Stipendiary  Magistrate Frnser, Constable Cpper  acting on behalf of the Crown.  BELGIAN    HARES  Tlie quickest breeders and greatest  money makers   in   the   small  stock '  line of llie present day.      Full   bred  stock of FASHODA.  *   '    I'ricc���������$6 and $10 per pair,  according to ago.  THOS. SKINNER,���������RcVclstoke, B. C.  ��������� Vegetable and Flower Plants 2.*ic,  per doz. Cabbage, Celery, f-eltuce,  Tomatoos, Cauliflowers, Candytuft,  Drnnthus, Alters, Verbena, Petunias.  Soliclia. Marigold, Phlox,Sunflowers,  Coreopsis, Nasturtum, Chrysanthemum 25c. per dozen. Cabbage SI per  1(X).    J. Mnlev, Re/elstoke.  Wright Porritt  Is to be found at hia Photographic Studio in the  Tapping 'Block daily dur-  irg office hours.  Wright Porritt  Revelstoke, B. Ci.  w &S* UNION --s������r  #   Cigar   Factory  W REVELSTOKB,   B.C.  jl H. A. BROWN,   Prop.  Brands:  SPECIAL   and THE  UNION  GOODS   UNION   MADE  KliHl -  -   -  WE HAVE JUST   ...  . REMOVED INTO OUR     ..  NEW QUARTERS  ON   MACKENZIE  AVENUE  TALK  ABOUT  EASTERN  PRICES ?  WE ARE  -QUOTING  PRICES  BELOW ON  ?s#x;  CLOTHING  THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BEATEN .   **;.,  by   any   Tailoring   House in  Canada, -East:$ .;,' ���������]'���������:'".  West, North or South. ������������������ '     "           ' ;=;  There are some surprises in these prices, some  great surprises, that you will have confirmed if  you will but come and see our.stock...     ..'.':; ~?'.*:.:**'  a    MADE TO'ORDER  Tweed and Serge Business Suits���������$16.00  ii      ii       ������     Trousers--$4 to $5.  We have the largest stock in the West to select from.  Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits to Order.  J. B. CRESSMAN,  Mackenzie  Avene.  ^@8������<P@GG������86������&t9@^B@P86ra!gGra  statujargaiiis  Aj _| __��������� A   Good Kusidence k  3b IAOU   Store Building.  *,TWV   Ternis-$200cash ;  Balance   on Easy  Terms.  $1250   dene'e?   with  Rea i-  all  modern improvements. A. vory desirable prop -3  erty. Terms can be arranged  with suitable party. ��������� ���������  6 Roomed House,  with bathroom, etc.,  good   cellar.    \V ell  situated   for  a   C. P. R.   man.  Kasy Terms.  $1200  Plastered.,    Housy ^  with "stone foUn<U"*-~-  ���������. tion. Good* g-irdan*;  50x100 feet���������well located..  This  is a special bargain.,,. %/_   _,._���������_  t'lAfA   A fihe~Residence  "r,lv^v   and Bath Room,  Electric Lighting, garden 50x100 .  feet.     A     comfortable    horn*,*  selling at a' great sacrifice.   '  "'  {ft ������ A A   80 acre Farm, about."  tbuUU   5 milesfrom Salmon ''  ���������<���������*���������* ww   A|>in Station-    B.gt  of soil, .rood titnbei for domestic'  uses nud good roads.. Terms .tm-  the right party: >'-���������  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inspeot 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 ^iyfc-  Acre Garden Plots within five minutes' walk from' the,  centre of City, are now ready for sale. Easy terms of payment. - ,       '���������   .   - \'*';;,';-"''.  LEWIS, BROS. Rcal EBt*to Br^k""  Financial and Insurance Agcnta. -  ^TOi^M!  r,.% ;,-,;.,jik-.i;.  X HAVEIT!.  Tlie "largest stock of the, latest WATCHES,  CLOCKS,   RINGS,   SILVER WARE,   CUT  GLASS, FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Ete.  My many years' experience enables me to buy '  goods   at the  right  prices,  enabling me to'  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  J".  O-TTTT  EABBEB.  WATCH BEPAIBINO A SPECIALTY.


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