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 *������������������',    c  0,1  Vol    V.   No    140  REVELSTOKE B. C. .WEDNESDAY,  JUNE II, 1902  $2 OO a Year in Advance  O  V  R  S  P  E  C  I  A  L  T  Y  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. "  This..year, we have made  arrangements which will  enable us to give our customers better prices than  ever before.  W:; p. & R.  Shirts  These Shirts are  recognized   to  be  superior to  - ---   any-made in* Canada for  '   ���������-. Style    and    Durability.  We have them-in" all the  ���������      ' tlatestfP'attefns.. .\*C  Neck Ties  , - .The';celebratedCurrieTic  ���������The   Spring   Patterns  in these Goods'have just  ,A  been    received," and 'for  ... Beauty, and-Taste,-excel  --- - anything -yet -produced  . by this Renowned. Firm  '''" ' 'of Tie Makers."  DEAL  The Ophir-Lade Syndicate Have  Purchased the Imperial and  Oyster Groups Near the New  Town of Goldfields.  The IIkkai.d learns on good authority that the management of Ihe  Ophir-Lade Gold Mining Syndicate  hits jusl purchased lhe famous Oyster.  Ross I nnd and Imperial I'ree" milling  properties at Goldiields.  These properties, (comprising eight  or nin clniins, are well known to be  exceedingly rich bolh on the surface  and at depth, nnd, together with Lh;*  r.ade group, on Gainer creek, will  Hive the Uphir-Lade people thu  opportunity of mulling one of the  biggest gold mining companies in the  province.  If repot Is are true- il will not bo very  long before Manager Pool'i.*, turning*  out gold bricks of the genuine sluff, as  it is i uniorcd his syndicate inlend** in  put in a stump-mill .ul .once, there  being enough oie insight to win rani  this slop.  -Judging from reports of mining mui;  from .-ill pails of the world, anj.1 om  the phenomen.il s-ampk-s nf free gold  that have come from the Lade-group  and the Oyster, Impei iii!,; Criterion,  Rossland and oilier propel ties on lhe  Lexington mountain, there is likely to  lie some sensational develonnients  from Fish Cieek and the Lardeau in  near future, especially now that sonic  of the banner gold propcities have got  into lhe hands of ,i capable outfit. The  oiiginal owners of thu Imperial and  Oyster gioup***. wxr-eMessis. J..J. Foley,  Cory Meiihenuiek, J, Rrennand, XV.  Allen, Si. B. Staikey and 3. Knnes.1.  Hats! Caps9.  .."t>The*Avohld-re nb'w n e"d  -������������������.., Christie and Fedora Hats  A   consignment   in   the  .- Latest Styles ; ha.s just  . -/been opened'_up.  i A '  -���������  For Spring and Summer".  A well selected, consign^  ment of Importcd-Scotch  and English fine, woolen  Balbriggan and Fleece-  Lined Underwear*just to  hand.*-"- "'���������"������������������''-' ���������'-**'  Hosiery  '" Ladies' and'Gent's Hos-;  f- -iery in" Silk,, Cashmere,'  and Wool. _ A.complete  stock of the.Latest Patterns and Best Quality.  Hardware  A .carload, of ��������� Assorted  Hardware' just opening  up.  The City Schools.  To the Editor oj*- Tin; lliii:.VL������ :  Sin,���������A public meeting is being  called for Thursday night to discuss  the bylaw now before the citizens for  ruining *-$8000j to- supplement the  government grant of $10,000 for new  school buildings. _���������-  . As large an al tendance -as possible is  earnestly "desired, the school trustee-,,  and no.doubt the city council ns-wel'.  being desirous that thc citizens should  bi������ fully informed as to .what' . is  intended lo be dune with'lhe money.  Liis also desirable that the voting on  Friday should ,l*e decisive enough to  fully disclose the feeling of the feeling  of the ratepayers. Having in view the  paucity of votes lecorded on the bylaw  for sidewalks iecem.lv. one cannot but  feel that however satisfactory it may  have been by way of giving the city  councilaiithority to*'r;iise the money.  it '���������certainly- cannot lie regarded its an  expression of the feeling of thc town.  Without wishing to' forestall any  remarks that may be made iit the  proposed, meet ing, the^wiiter. would  like to point'"out that nest Friday's  voting.will exhibit'to outsiders _ I he  measure of the citizens' opinion us lo  the future prosperity of" their own  town.    *  ���������      A."   ;   '���������   . ' -' -  . Another matter to which I should  like to direct attention is that the  school .children seem Ao���������hiivo been  overlookell "in the'approaching "coronation-celebration.--". About $30 would  provide each_ child attending the  schools wi th a tiistefiinneilalTiTidT'lasp  commemorative -of au occasion, tin-  repetition . ofr ;which-*we hope will be  Ions.delayed." Probably Ih'esecretary  of the coronation committee wi 1 noi  think it too much trouble (1 have not  been able to ask him) lo tcreive  subscriptions' from - those-patriotic  citizens who approve of the foregoing  idea. At any rate the unc'e.'signed  would .be pleased to reie've and  acknowledge subscriptions, (howcvei  small) and apply them for this purpose.  IIiskky Floyd.  Trackmen Preparing for ,Next  Meeting of Arbitrators���������Will  Base Claim for Consideration  on Increased Cost of Living.  The ollieers of the Brotherhood ol"  Railway Truckmen are busy these days  iu lhe gathering of evidence to lay  befui'i* the board'of in bitraliriu -who  will further consider the claim- uf the  Canadian Pacilic miiintenaiue o f way  iticii at Montreal, .some time next  week.  When the arbitrators met in  Montreal some time ago to consider  the claims of lhe disaifecled employees  ofthe company, itvwas agreed thai if  the arbitrators ��������� would establish  miiiiuiiniis for section foremen anil  section men, .that, ihe wages of all  other classes could be worked mil  from that bisis, by the. committee and  the geuuril tii.iniigor.by allowing them  a pi nporlionate.increase. This, Chancellor Boyd acted upon when writing  the award, giving thu men .a twenty  per cent increase over the rate paid in  l.S07.~. -   ". ."    .  Since lhis award was made the men  claim i li:it there has been a.disposition  on the p-ut cl* the management' to  euchre' Ihem out nf the" advantages  which il should give Ihem, and that  an elTi.rL -was made lo shelve the  award on the score that it is not  surticieuily .explicit. The men do not  agree with lhis and are anxious to  have lhe ail angemunts can ied out us  thuy say it will, mean an advance of  twenty pei- cent from the first of May  fur lhe men over the entile system.  Tliey will i.'.idc.iwn* _to secure this ill  tbe final ,n hilraliou and to this end  are-gathering statistics for the purpose  of showing that' the wages i.f the  trackmen in lhe west have not kept,  pace wilh the advances in other  avenues of work nor with the cost of  living. These .statements "aie lieing  pu-piired with the greatest of caie unci  before being forwarded will he "sworn  to.    Nelson News.   *  The School By-Law.'  Before the next issue of The  Huh.vld the bylaw to raise the sum of  fcSOUO to add to tho $10,000 grant made  by the government-; for lhu erection  of a suitable and permanent school  building in the city will be voted on.  Tins Herald i*** informed that tliere is  likely   to   bo somo opposition  to tlie  passage of the bylaw. Ifc is to he  hoped that this will not prove correct,  for the very reason that Kevelstoke  should hnvo a school building both  modern and in keeping wilh the rapid  advancement of tho city. Itcvelstokc  wants a. school building for the  education of her children that will bo  a credit to the city and ono lhat, will  not ncid pa I ill ing loi some years I o  e.inu:. I'.v soinu it is claimed that the  cost of 'tho building is ton great, and  thai a cheaper building would do for  thc present. The fact is that iu the  end it will be found that llie erection  now of n builliug such as outlined  by the trustee:-, will be much cheaper.  Il is to the future that we must look  in taking inlo consideration the work  of the construction of a public school,  if oni* citizens have confidence in thc  future of the city they will, by their  vote on Friday, .-show to the outside  world that lhey have such conlidenci*.  A public meeting will bn held in the  Opera House on Thursday evening  when the question of this bylaw will  come up for discussion and it is hoped  there will be a, large aetendancc.  Personal"' "Paragraphs'" Pertaining to' Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald Man- on His  Daily Rounds.  There is a movement on foot among  the coiidnctois of tbe Canadian Pacific  railway, aiming tit the presentation of  ii demand for increased remuneration  and other concessions. The general  coiiiniillec! of the order is in session in  Montieal completing and perfecting  organization .- and deliberating on a  revision of.the schedule of w-iges,  which is now in force, somewhat after  ihe manner of the'trackmen and  lelegriphers, who-recently obtained  an advance in their scale of pay. The  meetings'that are" being held are  private and the", committee have little  losay on the su'.j.-'ci'.of their deliberations. Up to. the jjresent the conductors have not .in.ide Iheir.deiiiand  upon.the rfimpany.    _ ....   _[_  Mr. Dalton, the architect, of Van  coiiver. who was in charge of the  hospital work here, arrived in town on  Monday. * JJe has taken over the  hospital'for Ihe management from the  -jontractois Messrs. Foote k Abraham-  son, and complimented them .for the  excellent woi k done, as well as highly  c -mmi'ndiim lhc heating and plumbing  done by E. Moscrop.  The Minister of Mines Promises  a Commission to Review the  Existing Tax of the Two Per  Cent.  In tlie hou-se on Friday lasl, Prior,  minister of mines, prietically-promised  thut a, royal commission would issue  after t.he house rose for the purpose of  reviewing the existing tax of two per  cent, upon llie value of IlioiniiH' output.  As the tux is now imposed, the value  of fhe ore on the dump is taken,  ���������deductions being of course made fur  freight and smelter treatment but no  provision being made for the costiof  mining. The minister in the course  of his remarks said he was prepared  lo admit lhat as it stood the tax bore  heavily upon some of the low guide  mines.  Thc virtual promise for the issuance  ot a royal commission came at the  close of the debate upon the bill lo  amend the Assessment net. In this  debate Smith Curtis took a prominent  part. Ku made a strong speech again***,  lhe existing undue taxation of the  mines, which,hesnid, in someiustanccs  amounted to fifty pe-r cent ot* the ti'-t  profits-of the companies operating.  Curtis went so far as to suggest that  in view of the depressed state of the  mining industry thegovernnient'should  forego all taxation upon the output, of  lhe metalliferous mines for a period nl  two years.  Orange Grane"  Lodge.  Niagara Falls, .June 0. ���������The Grand  Orange Lodge uf British North  America elected the following ollieers  today: Grand Master, T. S. Sproule  M. P��������� Miirkdale, -Ont.; deputy grand  master, XV: Galbraith, AIon'treal;'grand  chaplain. Rev. Wm. Walsh, Brampton,'  Ont.; grand treasurer. W. Parkhill,  Midland,-Ont.;-g*vand director of ceremonies, XV. 11. .Cole, Smith's Falls,  Ont.; grand lecturer, J. F. Harper,  Hamilton. Ont.; dep.nty grand treasur  er, L. G. Wallace, Woodbridge, Ont.;  deputy giand " secretary, ��������� Daniel  McDougall. Glace-Bay. N.; S: grand  lodge auditors, XV. A. Stew ait.  Berwick, Ont., and J. H. Delimere,  London, Ont. .*.  LATEST NEWS  BY) TELEGRAPH  The News of the World in Briet  As Received Over the Wires  From Every Corner of the  Globe.  There is no change, in the sittuUi.ui  in the Anthracite coal region.  A fifth victim has been recovered  from the lire nt Saratoga, N.Y., today.  Queen Alexandria will provide u.  Coronation Tea for ten thousand  domestic servants.  Severe frosts prevail the province of  Ontario aud small fiuils have been  badly damaged in consequence.  | 1 The degree of Doctor of Laws was  conferred upon Whilelaw Reid today  iiTCum bridge University, England. ".  B"A tornado in Northern Minnesota  killed 10 persons, wrecked 15 homes  and destroyed hundicds of head of  live stock.  .A British polo team defeated the  Americans by six to five today in it  game played at Ranelagh before  King Edward.  Snow full at White Creek, near  Hoosiac Falls, N. Y..' Saturday night.  Tire green mountains mul Mount  (Jreylnck, in the Hoosiac valley, were  also visited by a'heavy snowfall.  Bloodhounds       from' * Washing!on  Stale penitentiary have been sent  lo  /  Salem.   Oregon,  to help to track the  prisoners    who    escaped    from    the  penitentiary   there   yesteiday,*  after  killing the guards.  A disastrous fire at, Michel, ,B. C,  destroyed 2t houses, leaving fifty  families homeless. Tbe loss to lhe  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. is estimated  at about .*p.*50.000.' Ten "cars ' were also  destroyed!   .- -,; " - .  , Th'.* sentence passed on John Most to  serve one-,year's imprisonment "in a  New York penitentiary for publishing  improper iu tides in his paper, in New  York, was confirmed by the New York  Court of Appeals.  As a result of the late 'fire'at St.  Lhlje's Society Hospital nt' Chicago,  lhe killed numbered 14. 34 were 'more  or less injured. Eight men, including  the president, are under arrest and it  is now stated that the hospital wiis  without a license, '  showing.  To see what is correct in.Dress Goods for Summer; you  must  see what this   Store   is  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.  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 desjrable,���������not a collection made-up- of what ts  readiest to hang or most easily obtained, but-a stock of unparalleled "variety gathered from  'every-source"-faY"arid"''ncar"rwhere\-ei-^Dress-Gb"qds-bf*?merit--arc^pi-ddiiced7^���������=j���������-=-���������?���������^=���������-^-.-.���������=_=.  uu .bvju, um.i-i.tMw. if ihi ^ .'- .-'..-". .   .. ^  UP-TO-DATE   SUITS     FOR    THE     BOYS    AT    A     BARGAIN  The Ferguson Hospital. -  * On a slight eminence on the'north  side of*the town of Ferguson, commanding a full view of Nettie L. and  Silver Cup mountains and the valley  of -the Lardeau "i'iyer,' stands ' the  Ferguson :* hospital which is "being  erected by the Lardeau Miners Union.  The building, is. under construction,  the framework being nearly completed  and ready for roofing. It consists of  two stories with basement for hot air  furnace. The first floor is "arranged  for kitchen, dining room, bathroom, a  ward for four cots, a private ward and  bedroom.   On the second floor will be*  ' The Clara Hanmer.  The Clara Hunmer Co,, will open  a week's eugiigviuciil in repprtotie in  the '* nptnu house, coiumenciiig on  Monday next, the USi.li. inst. The  opening piece will be "Master and  Man.' This company come*: well  recommended as instanced by th***.  following from the last i.-iue ul| the  Kamloops Sentinel:  "The Clara ��������� Haiumt-r Tbealie Co.  who are booked to play here - for .the  remainder of the week appeared lust  niglit for the lirst time in this cilv in  Ihe comedy dr-una "Masti-r.iuid Man."  The hall was fairly well'fille'd bravery  appreciative audience. Tin* company  is one of the best that has over visited  this 'city! and judging them on' the,  merits uf last night's ppifdrmaiue will  have bumper houses during their stay.  The dilfeient characters were all well  sustained, and tonight a crowded house  will greet, their presentment of '���������The  Danitcs."  Wash Suits  Blouse Suits  Tweed Suits  * * Knickers  Knee Pants  Fauntleroy Suits.  Boys'Clothing is one of our special hobbies: _ Wc make it a strong point to buy the  nattiest and most durable suits for thc little fellows..- We think you can get suited-in any style  and at prices that we know cannot be equalled. Our stock this season is large, varied and  up-to-date.    ��������� '  'Hi'  The S. S. Revelstoke.  The S. S. Revelstoke will s-iil on  Friday morning from Nine Mile lor  La Forte. On Thursday (tomorrow)  afternoon freight to go" noith by tlie  steamer will leave tbo city, and all  parties, havirg freight* f.u* shipment  are rctptested to notify W. Fleming  befoic noon (tomorrow) so that it r.an;  be delivered at thc wharf, at Nine'  Mile in time for the sailing of the  steamer. Passengers can leave the  city Thursday afternoon. First class  accommodation is offered on hoard  the boat-in the-way of lierths and  meals.  Spring Sale of Men's Suits  ' Our'Spring Suit Sale is now in full swing. Wc'have sold more Men's and Boys' 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-Wool Enalish Serge Suits���������Heavy Railroad Serge���������Single Breasted.    Regular $13 50.' ,*.������., _n  SALE PRICE ��������� "     $11.50  C  Men's Pure Wool Tweed Suits, Brown and Grey Checks.     They are well worth $12.00.   Sale " 1.   a __  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  woi th the pi ice. we arc willing lo return your money in full.  ;  V:  Boots and Shoes.  \Vc carry an extensive stock of the above goods by the best manufacturers' in Canada.  Every article'of Footwear is made of good material and made for rough usage.  REID &~YOUNG-  Dry Goods Merchants, Mackenzie Avenue.  a reception room, three bedrooms,  private ward, doctoi's office, operating *'  room, and" a ward for two beds.; Tlie  building will thus accommodate eight  "patients, doctor and nurse. '  -The committee in charge of con^  struction are Messrs. Gordon, V. Lade  and Shannon, a- guarantee that the  work, will he substantially and  economically performed. The building  is estimated to cost $3000," exclusive of  furnishing. This matter is being  undertaken by the ladies of Ferguson  whose perseverance and energy can  have but one result���������complete success.  The0 salubrity of tho Ferguson  climate will prevent any great demand  on the institution except for accidents  and surgical cases, to which a mining  camp is always liable; indeed, the  recent instance of a miner having had  to be conveyed 30 miles for treatment  for an accident Iiasshown the absolute  necessity for such an establishment.  So far the work has proceeded  without any outside assistance, the  miner's and business men of Ferguson  having chipped in iu fine styie. On  Thursday evening last at "a social  followed by an informal dance, over  $100 was netted.  The, outlook augurs well for the  attainment of thc success the institution deserves, and it is devoutly to lie  wished that tbe highest hopes of the  promoters may lie realised and the  demands on thc institution be few.  Mail Orders Solicited.  tThe Nakusp Murder. ^  Henry Rose, accused of the murder  of J. J: Cole, and tbe wounding of  Nels. Demars wilh intent to murder,  near Nakusp, on the 4th instant, had  his Dieliuiinary trial in the police  station ou Saturday afternoon before  Fred Fraser, stipendiary magistrate,  and R. Gordon, j.istice of the peace.  The accused was committed to stand  his trial on both rnunts at tha next  Court of Assize. J. M. Scott has heen  retained as counsel for fhe prisoner.  Coivst, .Uppej* ti/������}xi\ V-h-*? prisoner to  Nelson on Sunday morning, where he  [Will be held till his trial take* place. '|f{tubloll* l|era(tl anil 1[ni(ttmg  *nV  I'ublished ������v  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  MnimgliiK Director*.  A Scml-Weeklv Journal published In the  interests of the railway mini. iniu'uiK men and  l.nt-lncss men ot the West. -Day*of l'ublieaiion  ^ ..dues-Jay and Saturday.  ADVKKIISIXO KATES.  Display ada.,$1.60 per Inch; siiiBle'I'oluinii,  ti per fneh when Inserted <*n Mlo i;������Ke  Leiial ads., 10 cents per ineh .(noiipariel) Hue  fni first insertion; Seems for eaeh additional  Incrtton. I.oeal notlees 10 centH per Hue eaeh  I -.ue. llirlh, Marriage aud Ilealh Notices  freo.  Sl'nSCllIITION   KATES.  Ry mall or nnrrio.*, $2 per annum; $1.2*3 for  bi\ months, strictly In advance.  OUR JOB DEI'AKTMKST.  I nne of the hest equipped printing offices In  ���������he West and prepared to execute all kinds ol  minting fn lirstclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. No Job too larne���������none It."  einult ���������forus. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   ������lve us a trial on your next order.  to coKinairosiiKSTS.  We invite rorrrspondeueo on any subject  e' Interest to the ceueral public. In all cases  lhu bona lido name of the writer must aceoui-  I.hiiv iiianu.*icri]i!, but not necessarily for  publleatiuu.  Address all communications to thc Mauagcr  legibly  NOTICE TO COIIKKSPONIIENTS.  I.-All    correspondence    must   be  written on one side of the paper only*  ������������������!.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter muBt be signed with the proper name  otihe writer.  (i  K. GROGAN. Editor.  Wednesday, Junk 11." 1002.  DISCRIMINATION  AGAINST MINING.  To the Editoh Herald :  Sir,���������To one who has been absent  from Kootenay for six months the  llistrict presents a more forlorn and  desponding appearance than it' did  during the days of the strike. If the  strike was thfi sole cause of ..this  deterioration there would he the hest  of seasons for believing that the old-  time proiperity would soon revisit us.  But as the Kootenays are not the only  mining camps at present suffering  from more or less stagnation there  must be other causes than strikes at  work to produce such depressing  effects as are apparent in nearly every  mining camp in British Columbia.  The heavy decline in copper and  silver prices is no doubt an important  factor in the - general dulness of the  mining industry, but this was beyond  our power to avert, and it also affects  every copper and silver lead mining  district in the world. We' must look  closer home for the chiif cause of the,  mining depression in this province'.*  The miserable, deviating and erratic  ���������policy of the provincial governments  for ��������� the past half decade 'or so has  much to answer for.  So much has beeu written aud  published concerning the unjust two  per cent tax on output and its  hardship on low grade properties that  I need not touch on it here, but there  are many other unjust discriminations'  against mining that have very rarely  been mentioned in the press. The  government is badly in want of money  and there is no industry in the  province that will stand the "squeez-'  ing" process so well as the mining  industry. Therefore, ever since it  became an assured fact that the mining  industry in this province would he  permanent the successivegovernments  at Victoria have been engage*.*, iu  '���������piling it on." Many of the-imbeciles  the people have sent to represent*  them in the legislature seem to think  that mining simply means the digging  out of mineral treasure from the sides  of any old mountain in the mining  _^_. sections of__the . province. -   Let. us  labor and money thrown away. His  iron cap may'i.ssny only "a trac*",  but he willingly puts in one assessment  at least.. Iron caps, as a rule, do not  inipiove much in out* assessment,  lint, say he decides to do tho work on  a group of three claims from which he  has obtained vu'u-'s ranging from  $2 50 to $7 per ton. He do**s $400  worth of work on each, $1200; pays the  $2.50 tax for recordingouchassessment  $'(0. Than,a.s the location, is inaeessihle  and packing expensive, he decides to  crown grant them and wait for bettor  times, till the advent of a rtilway  makes it possible to at least dn some  real development. The claims nre not  good enough to sell, but al" er all the  work he has done and lhe money he  has spent he does not like to l.-t them  run out. So lie g**ts them surveyed  and crown grantcd. which cost him  something over $1500 more, a total of  about $1(100 fur"the group.  The tax on crown grunted claim*-* not  being worked is 2.V. nn in-i-t*. or $12..">0  a year for a full claim. Tliis has been  the law of the province fur years, ami  thu claim owner goes'to llu* oxpi'ii***.*  of ciown granting his prnpi-rty in full  confidence that by ('(implying with  thnt law he is entitled to hold the  claims until such time ns he iu enabled  to woik them. Bat what cau he said  of the inttlligence of tho would In*  mining expert who advocated at the  Kaslo meeting the breaking of the  government's contract with claim  owners all the province over by  advising that the tax on idle crown  grunted claims be increased from 25c.  to $1 an acre? '  ln   defence  of   this   piece  of   rank  injustice to the prospector it was -slated  that   the   majority    of    idle    crown  granted   claim*,   were    held   hy   rich  companies   and foreign   corporations.  This I deny.   Two-thirds of the ci own  granted claims   that, are   not woikii:_;  today   are   held   by   piospectors   and  others to poor too develop then till the  facilities f'jr so doin<? are  obtainable  on easier terms than at present is the  case.     Rich   companies   and   loreigu  corporations do  not buy claims to let  them   lie   idle   and  unproductive.    A  crown granted claim   that is not being  worked   is   either   very   low grade or  very inaccessible.    The present tax of  25c.   an   acre is   not so steep that the  owner cannot   meet   it till  he cau do  some  more   work or   got   hold   of  a  company   to   develop   it.   But let the  government act on the   advice'or  this  sapient  philanthropist who so kiudlv  points out the   best-way  to increase  the   revenue   from   mining..     Let the  government increase the  tax to $1 an  acre���������what would be the result? Why.  two thirds   of    the    crown     granted  claims, that   are   today   paying    the  government a  revenue  would simply  be  allowed   to   slide,  and the govern-  ���������ment would get less from   that  source  instead  of   more.      A   claim   may be  good   enough-.to   retain   on a 25c. per  acre   tax   th.it   would   not   be   worth  holding on  a dollar tax,   To increase  the   tax   on   crown    granted    claims  (Continued on  Page Three)  $S=������ ONION -^agr  Cigar  Factory  REVELSTOKK,   B.C.  H:* A. BROWN,   Prop.  OUR  Brands:  SPECIAL   and  THE  (111  UNION  ALL   GOODS   UNION   MADE  ^'i^>.'^HrS^L^i-/^if!^iiiSfi-^fi(^^(  ALEX. McLEAN  & CO    1  contrast the treatment of, the mining  industry at thehandsof the legislature  with that of some other industry, say-  ranching.  The prospector's life -is a hard one.  Buoyed up with anticipation and  hopes of " striking it rich some day,"  he goes out into the mountains and  . trackless wilds with his grub and  blankets on a pack horse or on his  own back, and, and after weeks or  months of untiring activity and hard  living he maycome back t<> civilization  with a few good locations, or. as is not  infrequently the case,. with a whole  .summer wasted in fruitless search.  l*"or the privilege of doing this he pays  the government a tax of $5 a year,  and when he takes out his licence he  is nearly always corralled by the  o(Tlcial.who acts as government agt-nt,  mining recorder and tax collector, and  held up for $3 more for revenue tax.  Thus he has to pay $8 a year for the  privilege of going out in the wilderne.-s  to hunt for iron caps. Against this  taxation no complaint has ever been  made by the prospector, and none is  likely to be. , u  But when the prospector has located  his iron caps he has to pay-, the  government $2 50 for recording each  claim; another $2.50 for recording  each assessment, and another $2.50  for each bill of sale he gives his  partners. This he has always subi  mitted to with good grace and made  no kislc. .But when a conglomeration,  of pseudo'mining inen, 'witV a crass  ignorance that is astonishing considering their environments, proceed to  pass a resolution recommending the  government to increase the recording  fee from $2.50 to $12.50 it is high time  to kick. Was it the aim of the Kaslo  convention ot wiseacres to drive the  prospector from the province entirely?  As a rule the prospector recoids  three claims for every one he holds on  to. 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The equipment and developi'iionl of their,coal minus, installing  of water, electric light and power plants are nlre.'idy  arranged for.    Thu  development of the Ashnola Coai  Company's mine hy tho Kaslern Capitalists who have established then' payroll at ASHNOLA,   makes  it  the  g: coining city.of the interior of British Columbia.  Gify of Wonder, Progress and Great Prosperity  Lilts in Ashnola are safe investments.    In Blocks 1 to 4.and 13 to 20 the price will be  advanced 25u.  ��������� per month until May 1st, 1002, and to ten per cent, in tho remaining blocks.    The present price is from $30 to  $225     Twenty-five per cent.-' cash, three, six and nine months without interest.  Arrangements are already completed for Eight buildings, including cottagos for the Employees of  '��������� thecompauy at Ashnola.*  Tbis work will be undor lull headway by Slay  1st.  Four years ago the Crow's Nest Shares could hi* bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today they are  ,'quote! at 380.00. With the advent of transportation, Similkainuun Valluy Coal can bu delivered at any*  ! ; point in.West Kootenay or Vale a-, cheaply as by any other Company in Canada.  Notice.  NOTlCi: IS IIICKHP.Y GIVEN Dial  thirty dnys afier ilnle I iiiu*ml lo upply to  llie Honorable tht-* Chiel'Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for pot'inission to cul  and carry away timber fiv.n llie following  describeil lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the.  south side of the Columbia River, aboul  one mile below the mouth-of Canoe River,  and marked " Maude Skene's Xorlli-ICast  Corner Post;'- llience south Ho chains;  Ihence west So chains; thence norlh So  chains; thence east lo tlie point ol commencement.  .MACOK SKKNR.  Dated this .jylli day ol April, ujo...  Notice.  FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLV TO  SIMILKAMEEN    VALLEY   COAL   CO.,   LIMITED.   NELSON,  H. C.   >i^.������jt������.ft������^j������!>.������j������,������^^  THE TOWNSITE OF  IS NOW ON THE MARKET.  2oo  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVKN thai  thirty days after date I intend to apply to  the Honorable tlie Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for permission lo cul  and carry away timber from lhe following  described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  south bank of the Columbia River, about  one mile below the mouth of Canoe River,  aiul mnrked "Henry Lovewell's Norih-  West Corner Post;" thence south So  chains; thence east So chains; llience  north So chains; thence west So chains to  the poinl of conimencemenl.  IIKNKY  LOVE WELL.  Dated this J9II1 day of April, hjoj.  Notice.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date Iintend to apply  to the Honorable llio Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a special  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described lands;  Commencing at a post planted on  tho east bank of tho Columbia liiver  aboul. two miles above the mouth ot  Wood Hi ver, and marked "Olivia  Robinson's North-West Corner l'ost;"  thence soutli 10 cliains; thence east IliO  chains; Llience north -10 chains; thence  west 100 chains to thu point of  commencement.  OLTVIA HOBINSON,  Dated this 2i)lh tiny of April, 1002.  Notice.  NOTICE IS MKUICI-tV GIVEN lhat  thirty days afler date I inlend lo make  application lo the Honorable lhe Chief  Commissionerof Lauds and Works for a  special license to cut aiul c.'Crry away  tiinber from llie following desciibed  laiuls :  I oinniencing al a posi marked " C. B  Nagle's SoiUh-East Corner Post, planted  on the north bank of llie Columbia River,  one mile west or llio mouth of Canoe. River;  thence north 80 chains; thence west 80  chains; ihcnce south So chains; thence  cast So chains to thc point of commencement.  G.  B. NAGLE.  Dated this 29th day of April,. 1902.  Notice.  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   now   under  -.*--*,    "������������������-..- Development.        .        .  Which-will-be utilized next Season bv Concentrating Plants.  SEND FOR PARTICULARS AT  TO THE GENERAL AGENT,  ONCE  G;B:; BATHO,  Ferguson, B. C.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afterdate I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following described lands :  Commencing7 at a post planted on tho  north bank of the Columbia River just  above the mouth of Canoe River, and  marked "Fred Kobinson's South-Kast  Corner l'ost;" tlicnce north So chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence south So  chains; llience east So chains lo the point  of commencement.  KRED ROBINSON.  Dated this 29th day of April, 1902. _  3STOTIOE3.  I, tlit* undersigned, intend 30 days  after date to apply to tho Chief Com*  inissioncr of Lands and Workv, for a  special licence to cul. and carry away  timber from the following describeil  lauds: Commencing at a post  plant ud on I.he west side of the  Columbia liiver one mile below  Boyd s Ranch, and marked A. Edgar's  south east corner post, Ihence running  in a westerly direction KI  chains thencu north 100 chains thence  east -10 chains to Columbia liiver thencu  along Columbia liiver 100 chains to  place of conmumucmi'iil.  Dated this Mth day or May, 11K12.  A. lOdgnr.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN lhat  thirty days afler dale 1 inlend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ot  Lands and Works for a special license lo  cut and carry away timber from lhe lot"  lowing described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  east bank of the Canoe River, aboul four  miles up from its mouth, and marked  "Olivia Robinson's North-East" Corner  Post"; thence west 80 chains; thence  south So' chains; llience east So chain:*  theuce norlh 80 chains to the point ol  commencement.  OLIVIA ROBINSON.  -    Dated thi.s ist day of May, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30  days after date I intend to apply to the  Honorable the Chiel Commissionerof La nds  and Works for permission 10 cut and 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 east bank ofthe Columbia River al  Ihe south-west corner of the timber limit  held by Henrietta McMahon under special  license; thence east 40 chains; thence south  160 chains; thence west4o cliains, to the  casl bank of the Columbia River; thence  north along the east bank of the said river  160 chains to the point of commencement.  E. L. McMAHON.  Daled May 5U1, 1902.  DISCRIMINATINN  AGAINST MINERS  (Concluded from  I'age Two.)  Notice.  NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days afler dale I intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  liands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber froni the following described lands : * -  'i Commencing at a post planted on the  east side of the Columbia River, about two  miles above the mouth of Wood River, and  marked " Fred. Robinson's South-West  Corner Post"; thence east 160 chains;  thence north 40*chains; thence west 160  chains; thence south 40 chains to the point  of commencement.  -     FRED ROBINSON.  ; Dated this 29th day of April, 1902.  Notice.  3STOTIOE  N'TICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN that SO days  alter date; 1 Intend to make application to tbo  Honorable the Chief Commissioner ot Lands  and Works' for-a special licence to fell mid  carry away timber from the following described lands:  1 ������������������" -- '-'*-'���������*'   ��������� N0.-1. '   ~ '     "  Commencing at a post planted about BO  chains' north of St. Leon Hot'Springi on the  Arrow Lakes and marked J. T. south west corner, thence east 1C0 chains; tlienee north *I0  chains ; thence wen ICO chains ; thenco south  40 chains to'place of coiiimenceixent. ���������>-  No. 2.  Commencing at a post planted about 3 miles  south from the mouth of Deep crock at Galena  Bay, Arrow Lakes, marked J.'T; and : being  about Cchatni-feast of T.H.D.'s south west corner post: tbence*'west.SO cliains ; thence south  -���������BO^chaius ;,thenceeostS0,chaius uhence north  8-0 chains to place of commencement.   *  Kelson, B. C, March inl, 1902.  ���������   . JAMES A.TAYLOR,  - ���������_.   , .   ��������� ,-'       Arrowhead, x  Certificate of Impveroments.  -    .2STOTIOE  Butte. Silver Bow and .Mack ' Diamond  Mineral Claims, s mate in the Lardeau Mining  Division of We.**t  ' ootenay District.  Where Located: Near the Head of Lexington Creek; a tributary of Fish Creek.  ,TA������E NOTICE that'-I, A. 1*. Cummins, ns  Agent for the Double Eagle Mining anil Development Company, limited, of Ferguson,  B.C, I'ree Miner's Certitieate No. -31,S..l,  intend, sixty days from thc date-hereof, to  apply to tbe .Mining Pecordcrfor a Certlllcate  of Improvements, for the purpose ot obtaining  a Crown Grant ol thc above claim.  And i urther Take Notice that action, mule  fection 37,  must  be' commenced  before thc  Instance of such Certitieate- of improvements  fated this tweiKy-thirddayof January,A.D.  *3t**2.  A.P. CUMMINS, P.L.S.'  Veb. 6���������tf       ���������  nsroTioiE  TAKE -NOTICE that 00 da>s after date I  intend to apulv to thc Chief rominbi-ioncr of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase a  piece of land described ns follows :  Commencing at a nost marked F. J. I'old-  smith's No. 1 post, thenee soulh 10 cliains;  thence east 40 chains ; thence norlh 10 cliains;  theuce west 40 uhains, to point of commencement���������1G0 acres more* or* lc*-s. This land was  staked by J. It. McKenzie last June. Km a  purchase No. 1 post about lOOfcctfrom Uold-  tinch trail and about'JOU feet up hill, the cast  line following Fish Kiver.  Located February 20, l!W2.  ������������������    f.J.OOLDSMITir,  Goldiields. li. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  -NOTICE.  TAKE���������NOTrCE-'that-fiO-days-aftor- dato-T  * intend to apply totlie Chief Commissioner  of Lands nnd works for permission to cut and  carry uway timber from the following dos-  crlbedlnnds: - ���������  Commencing-at a post ��������� marked i*oger F.  Perry's southeast corner post situate-about 200  feet from Scott Creek, thenct- west 10 chains;  thenee north 100 chains; llience east 40 chains;  thence south ICO chains, to tlio placo of eom-  uicucemc'iil; containing 010 acres.  ROOEIl F. PERRY7.  .   Goldfields. B.C., Oct lTih.'IDOl.      Nov. C-tf.  NOTICE.  ZtTOTICIE  Morning Star, Walrus,Sen Lion and Bonanza  Mineral claim-*, ***itiiRle in the l.ardcauMiniug  Division of \\ est Kooienay District Where  located : On Menhenick Creek, near Fish  itiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, acting as  agent for Angus McKay, F. M. C. I! 3200."), nnd  J. 11. McKenzie, Free'M'ner's Certificate No.  IJ 32025, intend, sixty days from the dale hereof,  to apply lOthcMlntug ftccordcrfor. ertillcates  nf Improvements, for tliu purpose of obtaining  Crow n Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, inu������i be commenced before ti c  i--sunncc of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this first day ot March. 1902, A.D.  ��������� ^-^-i_^.^ -FrCrGREEXf^^-   pcrF. S. C  ���������  . -      Nelson, 1! C.  Certificate of Improvements.  ZETOTICIE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty days after date I intend to apply lo  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a special license to  cut and carry away timber from the following- described lands :  Commencing at a post planted on the  east side of the Canoe River and alongside  of the Canoe River trail, about one mile  above the mouth of Harvey . Creek, and  marked " C. R. Skene's" South-West  Corner Post;'- thence nortii So chains;  thence west 80 chains; thence soulh 80  chains; thence east So chains to the point  of commencement.  C. R: SKENE.  Dated this isl day of May, 1902.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  thirty clays after date I intend to apply  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of L'in'ls 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 It. Skene's North-  West .Corner Post;" thence east" 80  chains'; thence south SO chains; thence  west SO chains; thenco north SO chains  to the point of commencement. .-'. -  C. B. SKENE.  Dated this 1st day of May, 1902.'  "Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market'  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone  Prop.  TAKK NOTICK thnt fit) days nfter (late I  intcni to apply to tho Chief Coinmii-atoncr oi  Lauds ami Works for perini.s*.iou to purchase  Hie following described lnnd*.:  . Commencing at xi post mnrked "Y. .McAdani.*.'  - o. 1 Post," situate. clo*-u to the old line of  JI1I1 ic Urantford's pre-emption, 1'1-ii Creek,  thence norlh 10 clmins, ihcnce *.*,est 'ixl chums,  tlicnce south-IU chain.-,, theuce cast -iO chains  to point ot commencement.  Coldilclds. Jun. ISth, low.  '���������       . E. McAdam.  -   Notion to Delinquent Co-Owner.  To John T. Moore or to anyono'to whom he  may have transferred his interests in the  Oilman Fractional mineral.claim, situate  .. inthc-ardeauMlnlngDiviaion.  You are hereby notified that I expended the  sum or one. hundred and seven dollars and  fifty cents ($107.50) in labor and, money.on the  bef*arekneuiioned;mincral;claim��������� in order to  hold said mineral claim under Section '24 ot the  Mineral* Act; and-if within-ninety days (90)  from thtfdate of this notice, you fall to contribute your proportion of Bucir expenditure,  together 'witli all'costsof advertising, yur  intsreat in said mineral claim will become the  property of the undersigned, under Section 4  01 in'Act entitled'* An'Act to amend tbe  Mineral Act, 1900."  Sated at comaplix, s. c, thia ISth day of  Aprlt,A.D.,1902.  JOSEPH BEST,  Co-OWnor.   ���������  Tho Cleveland and British Columbia  Mining Company, Limited.  NOTICE  NOTICE���������Thai sixty days nfter (lulu I intend  to apply to the Chief t'oni.nls������ioner of  Lands and Works for permission to puri-hnse  320 acres of lnnd situate on the Northeast Arm  ot Arrow Lake, In the llistrict of \v Koote  nay B.C., and described as fol'.iws:   '  Commencing from S.W. coi.tcr. nilII,  thence North astronomical '20 chnin tlicnce  West80 chains; thenee South 110 rli ins approximately; thence V20xx chains -North-  Eastcrly to point of commencement.  FRED. HOBINSON.  3?cb. 5���������tt C. R.SKENi:, Age  t.  Centre Star nnd Evening Star Minernl  Claims,s|tunic in the Lardcmi .Mining Division  of West Kootenny District. Where locnted :  On Menhenick creek, near Fish Itiver. |  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, acting as  ncent for J. B. McKenzie, Free Miner's Certificate No. B :i*20JS, intend, sixly dnys from thc  dale hereof, to applv to the Mining Recorder  or Certificate*! of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grunt.*! of the above  claims.  Ami further take notice thnt nction, under  .section 37, must be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such Ccrlillciitcs of Improvement:).  Dated this first day nf March. I'.V-*, A. D.  i'. C. CKE-.N,  1 per F. S C ,  . Nelson, B.C.  Certificate of Improvements.  2STOTIOE  TiTOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE that sixty davs after date I  inland to apply to the Chief Commissioner  of Lanfts and VI orks for permission to pur  chase a parcel of land described as follows:  Commencing at a post marked Alice Perrv's  No. 1 Tost; thence west '20 chains; thence  North 40chains; thenrc East 20chains;'thence  South -10 chains to point of commencement.  This traction of laud commences North of K.  F. I'errj's pre-emption lollowing McKenzie'**  North-West Mac, containing about SO acres,  more or less. 0  ALICE PERRY.  Gohlliclds, Nov. 27.1901. Dec 4-lra  Red Tox  nnd Ili-lcc Minernl Claims, situate  1 the I.nr.l-iau Mining Division of Wc'st Koolc-  nnv District. Where located : On Menhenick  Creek, near Fish Ri\er.  T������KE NOTICE thnt I, F.C Green, nctinp as  ngeut for Anaus McKav. Free Miner's Ccrtili-  rnte No. 15 ".-M03. intend, sixty dn\s from the  dale hereof, to apply to the Mluing Recorder  for Certilicate- 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 before the  issuance of such Ceriilicntcsof Improvements.  Dated this first day of March, 1002, A. D.  F. C. G KEEN.  per F. S. C ,  Nelson, B. C.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .thnt  thirty dnys niter date 1 inicutl lo apply to  the Honor-able the Chief Commissioner of  tan ils-and"\Vorks=lbr*ii-spi*eiiil -license -to  cul and carry away timber, from tiie following described lands:  Commencing* at a post planted on the  west'bank'of the -Columbia- River, just  below the mouth of, a larife creek ..about  one half mile above Peterson's Ranche,  and marked " Henry Lovewell's South-  East Corner Posi; thi-nce west 80 chains;  thence norlh So chains; thenee east So  chains, more or less, to the hank of the  Columbia River; thence following the  bank ofthe Columbia River 10 the point 01  commencement.  HENRY LOVEWELL.  Dated this 5II1 day of May, 190J.  CELEBRATION  CORONATION DAY  SPORTS  Two"  Days  AT REVELSTOKE  JuneT26:2r  BASEBALL,  FOOTBALL,  " CRICKET; -  LACROSSE.  and other matches  N' OTICE la hereby Blven that the head ollices  . of Th������ Cl*v������l������nd. and British Columbia Mlnlnc Company,-Limited, have  betn moved Irom Kouland to Kevelstoke, B.C.  April 18-lm  FARWELL  ESTATE.  The choice land nortii ot track,  between Tapping's and Long's,-Kill  be aubdlvlded for sale aa aoon a*  potnible.-  O.M. SPROAT,   VICTORIA,   B. O.  > lVO.Bo.-c, 4*   JSTOTIOjE!  NOTICE la hereby (riven that SO days s.'tcr  date I intend to appl- to tbe-Ohief Commissionerof Lands and Vi'ork:' lor permission  to cut and carry away timber from the following described lands:���������Commcnc-intr at a po**t  at the aoutli-east corner rif Roger F. Ferr>'s  pre-emption,-marked "Southeast cornir ot  limber limit applied for by F. J. Goldsmith";  thence west 40 rhain.s; thence north IW chains;  thence east 40 chains to Fish Creek;- tlienee  following thc moanderinfts nr Fish Creek ICO  chains to pointof commencement; containing  M0 acres, more or less. * .  F. J. GOLDSMITH.  Thomson'* Landing, October 16th, 1901.  Notice.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai  30 days afterdate I intend lo apply to the  Honorable the Chief Coninii.ssionei'of Lands  and Works for permission lo cul and carry  away timber from the following described  tract of land in West Kootenay:  Commencing at a post marked "John A.  MeMahon's South-West Corner," planted  at a point 160 chains southerly from the  south limit of the lands of the 'Pittsburg'  Svndicatc situated nortli of Death Rapids;  thence east 40 chains; thenee north 160  chains, to the south limit of the lands ofthe  Pittsburg Syndicate; tlienee west 40 chains,  to thc cast bank of the Columbia River;  thence south along* the east bank of said  river 160 chainsto llie.point of commencement.  JOHN A. McMAHON.  Daled May 5th, 1902.    -  ' *  Shooting Competition,  Horse Racing, - '  -*  Athletic Contests,  Dance and Entertainment.  QOD    SAVE   THE    KING  WING CHUNG  A   Fine Stock of Chinese and Japanese  Goods  Just Arrived  Certificate of Improvements  IMPERIAL,     IMPERIAL FRACTION  AND SURPRISE MINERAL CLAIMS.  S'.TCATB   IK   THE   RF.VLLSTO   K  MINING  Division of tVcst Kootenay District.  Wliere I.ocattd: On Keystone Mountain,  Die Bend, near Downie Creek.  TAKE >'OTICE that I. Geo. S. MeCarter  acting as spent for J V. Graham, Free Miner's  Certilicate So. I). 8724 and for W. H. Vlckors.  Free Jlincr's Certificate No. G0S21, intend 60  dav-* from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  Grants of theabove claim!.  AND FURTHER TAKK NOTICE that action  under Section 37, must be commenced before  the iFsnance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of February, A.D. 1902.  Feb 12-t������ '     o������e. S. McCartor.  Notice.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that  tliirly days aftei' datel intent! to apply-  to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Landsand "Works forasjiecial  license to cut and carry away timber  from the following described hunts:  Commencing at a post planted on  the west bank of the Columbia River,  about one quarter of a mile below the  mouth of Seven Mile Creek, about six  miles above Death Rapids and marked  "Maude Skene's South-East Corner  Post;" tjience west 80 chains; thence  north 80 chains; tbence east 80 chains,  more or less to the west bank of the  Columbia River; thence following the  bank of the Columliiu River to tho  point of commencement.  MAUDESKENE.  Dated this 5th day of May, 1002.   ���������  IN  HAJIIJOO  C1IAIHH,  KANCY T.VHI.KS,  THA Til AYS,  CHINA WAHK,  FANCY OOO OH,  NAPKTNS,  HANDKERCHIEFS,  VANS,  IN GREAT VARIETY  THE NEW STORE OPPOSITE  THE JOSS HOUSE.  TIME TABLE  S. S. ARCHER OR S. S. LARDEAU  would simply defeat the object aimed  ;il--!iioi*i; revenue.   -  On 1 In*. pnitit'iiliii'loatiii'Rof tnxntion  I wnuM like to usk if it is lepal to tax  a mail I'tii* lam! lie does tint our.? The  claim owner hns no tiuifuce light on  the 111it1e1.il claim be i*> taxed 2*>c. an  nrre for. The rancher's taxes amount  lo about 1 l*k\ por acre before he gets  tii== title deeds and about Sc. an acre  nfier he has paid for the land at $1 an  acre. But the rancher has full surface  rights. The land is his absolutely and  his heirs in perpetuity. If the claim  owner wishes to obtain the surface  tights lie has to pay the government  $."11111 iicru I'or it. after spending $500  per claini to get il crown granted.  There seems lobe nnjiistdiscriinination  against mining in this.  The rancher ran take up land, live  on il (tiul al������o live olT il) for yaars, and  then sell il, without ever having paid  the government a cent of purchase  money. The taxes be would pay oil  Ii20 acres, at 1 1 Ic. per acre, would be  $1 a year, while for three full claims,  or 1.T0 acres the prospector pays $37 50.  and this after tolling him $1000 for  ei own graining; anil he would still  have to pay sjio an acre, or ������750, before  be could obtain the surface rights.  Then again I hn rancher is allowed lima,  a great deal of lime, in which to pay  up. But lei the claim owner neglect  to lake out his license on or before the  3IJI May, or fail to record his as*ess--  'meiit in due time, or pay his 23c. per  acre tax, he will quickly lind ha has  lost his title to lhe property ns well as  all lhe money he has put into it.  1 know of ranchers who pre-empted  tlieit land years  ago   and   have never  yet heen called on to pay for it, or any  portion of it.   The government seems  to have lost all track of thetn.    Iknow  of   instances    where    ranches    have  changed   hands    several  times,, each  time at   enhanced   values, -and  not n  cent has been paid the government for  it.even ,by the first pra emptor.   Then  note   the   disparity   in   taxation:     A  rancher owning   $50,000 worth of land  pays about $50  a   year  in taxes���������le9*  than the average prospector, whodoes  not own a. foot   of  land.'*   A mining  comoany has to   pay   lhe government  a tax of S500   (more   or less, according  to capitalisation)   as   registration   fee,  $100 a year   as  license' foe and nearly  another fjilOO a year for miner's licenses,  recording fees,   etc.    Of  the   two per  cent, tax on   output   I   say    nothing,  because the  number of mineral claims  tbat ever attain   to   an   "output" are  infuuteHimally  small^ compared  with  lhe number    located' ~ and". ��������� also  the  number worked. - -  : The example set by the government  of "holdingup" the minfugindustry  is greedily followed by the latlwas'S,  coal companies, teamsters and raiich-  eis, who one and all] endeavor to place  on mining the most extortionate  charges that it will possihlv bear. As  the industry that btings in population,  tbat builds up cities in the erstwhile  wilderness, that creates traffic tor'the  railways and markets for the farmer,  that pays higher wages and more  revenue than any other industry in  the province���������the .mining industry is  deserving of fairer treatment than it  is now receiving in British Columbia,  and if fairer treatment is not accorded,  and that' very soon, the present'de-  pression will be intensified, nut only in  Rossland, but in other camps where it  cannot-be said that: the cause-was  "solely the strike."  The government must cease this  discrimination against'ininin^. Mining  men, both employers and employed,  must see to it that they are represented in the legislature by men who have  a thorough knowledge of mining and  its needs. And the prospector, that  lone wanderer ' whose discoveries  create new mining camps, must not  oe ��������� forgotten or overlooked. "' Hia  -burdens-must-nofc=-be���������increased^ even ^_  for the sake of alleviating the owners  tax on output; Tliere are only a few  members of the legislature.who really  understand what it costs to "develop a  mining propertyto the shipping point,  and these few are swamped by the  know-nothings who are positive that  mining.must be a lucrative calling.else  there would not be so many who ������re  willing to pour thousands of dollars  into a hole iu the ground, forgetting,  tbat for one successful mine there are  a score of total failures. And so they  cry: "Tax it, tax it for all its worth."  Oom Paul Kruger held that same idea,  but no doubt the old gentlemen now  sees lhe follv of it and wishes he had  acted otherwise.  But if our sapient legislature will  persist in squeezing money out of the  mining industry for no better purpose  than handing it over to self seeking  railway contractors it will only remain  ior mining companies to go ������step  fin ther in the direction they hav������  already taken, and instead of a partial  shutdown let it be a tight shutdown.  Then we shall see what we shall see.  The government in ils anxiety to get  revenue may then have leisuie to turn  its attention to the thousands of acres  of wild lands held almost entirely free  of taxation by cattle kings and others  who deny their fellow men the right  to buy a single acre. Possibly some  revenue might be obtained that way.  This policy ot making fish of one  industry and flrsh of another hu  about reached its limit.  Yours truly,  It. XV. Northey.  Running between Arrowhead, Thomson's  Landing and Comaplix, commencing October  Mth, 1901, will sail as lollows, weather permitting:  leaving Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix twice daily���������10k. and 16k.  Leaving Comaplix and   1 homsoii's Landing  for Arrowhead twice dally���������":15k and l*2:45k  -Makingclose connections with all C. P. R.  Steamers and Trains.)  .   The owners reserve the right to change times  oi sailings without notice.]  Tho Fred Robinson Lumbar Co., Limited  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 25c,  per doz. Cabbage, Celery. Lettuce,  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Candytuft,  Dranthus, Asters. Verbena, Petunia*.  Sobelia. Marigold, Phlox, Sunflowers,  Coreopsis. Naslurtum, Chrysanthe- ���������  = um23c.,:perdozen. Cabbage 81 pes  100.    J. Maley, Re/elstoke. HB  WALL PAPERS  the new designs for the  year. See our samples  if you arc going to  paper. ���������  Canada Dni$& Book (o  BORN.  Caley���������Al Revelstoke on June O.h, to  Mr. and Mrs. J. C.iley, a daughter.  NOTES OF  NEWS  the  ������������������name oh EVERY PIECE."  )owjsfEys  Chocolates  aswwwwwm?wmmmtfwtw?ww??������  --Fresh butter at A. N. Smith's.  .1. Magee, of   Comiiplix, was  in  city Monday.  E\\. Dupont came in fiom Kainloops  last Monday morning.  ���������Fresh Groceries at A.  N. .Smith's.  Camliornc-'s new paper, the Miner,  was issued on -Monday, night.  A. Laing, of Pendleton, Ore., is in  lhc city, a guest at the Hotel Victoria.  ��������� Kverything in the upholstery line.  Kevelstoke Furniture Co.  The hospital committee have received  u donation of $25!) from Lord .Strathcona.  Mr. Dalton, of Vancouver, architect  of ihe hospital, was in the city on  Mnndny.  ���������Call and ses our beautiful quartered  oak suits, Revelstoke Purnitnre Co.  The Lord Bishop of New Westminster passed through the city Monday  going soutli.  Voting on the bylaw to raise SSOOO  for s;hool building purposes will take  place on Friday.  Hewitt Bustock. who has just  returned from a trip to England, went  south on Monday to Comaplix.  ���������Come and select the stylisli piece of  furniture you require while our stock  is complete, Kevelstoke Furniture Co.  Messrs. Caley Bros, have had a  handsome double verandah erected in  front of the City Hotel.  Contractor Dodd came in from  Calgary last evening. Mr. Dodd is the  architect for the new C.B. Hume &  Co.\s lilock.  I  ���������The Kevelstoke Furniture Co. carry  a bigger line   than   ever shipped into  the Kootenays before.  More new gold strikes are reported  from the Fish .Creek camp, which  promises to become a second Cripple  Creek.  AV. De V. Le Maistre, kite of Daly,  Hamilton k Ee Maistre. barristers and  solicitors of Rossland, is opening an  office in Revelstoke.  II. .T. Bews, brother of AV. Bews.  druggist, came in on Saturday to  accept a position with his brother in  the drug store.  ���������For high   class  furniture   visit thc  Kevelstoke Furniture Co.  Constable Upper returned from  Kelson yesterday afternoon after  taking down the prisoner in Uie  Nakusp murder ease.  The water in the lakes has gone  down several inches (.tiring the past  week, but is rising again since the  warm wave strutk us.  The Canadian cricket team failing to  pnt in an appearance .Saturday, two  scratch teams were chosen and an  enjoyable game played.  The police have beeu kept  busy  for  ____the_.past_w:e_ek_rpu_iulii!gjip_lhu___\Vt;ai:v.  "Willies who have blown into  tlie' city  from the south and west.  The secretary of the hospital boaid  begs to acknowledge the receipt of  S25.G0 the proceeds of the recent ping  pong tournament.  Frank Robertson, advance agent for  Gentry Bros., trained animal show i>  in the city today. The show will be  here on June 2Ut.  IJ. McCarthy has received instruc  tions from the public works committee  to commence work on the alterations  to No. 1 fire hall on Front street.  C, 3. Aman and Mrs. Aman rtinie in  from Nelson last evening. Mr. ami  Mr.'. Aman will take up lheir residency here again permanently.  The Dominion Kxpress Co. wish it  understood that they are prepared to  rat ry money or goods to the relief of  the distressed at Fernie free of charge.  A number of ping pong and lawn  tennis players ars coming up fiom  Golden on Coronation Diy to try  conclusions with the   local champii in  E. McAdam left this morning foi  Goldfields where he will commence  assessment work on the Goldbug  gioup just above this promising new-  tow n.  .i There will be a meeting of the  electors in the Opera House tomorrow  evening at S o'clock to consider the  bylaw to raise S8000 for school  building purposes.  The local lodge of Independent  Order of Foresters will parade to the  Church of England on .Sunday, June  Kith. Visiting brethren are cordially  invited to attend.  The lot on First Street on whicli Dr.  E. H. S. McLean will erect his offices  and   residence, has  been  cleared and  Wc have lately imporud w  the choicest varieties t f w  llie above in bulk, and ffl  arc|selling at $������>  &  $>  <&  m  o������ ������  75c. per lb.  Highest   Award  at llie World's Fair.  Red Cross  ==- Drugstore  SUMSViER BEAUTY  AND COMFORT  Requires the right kind of Clothing  and Footwear.  We have them at the right prices.  Call at Our Store and prove it.  Hot Weather Hats.  Wc can fit you with a Hat that looks  well and feels comfortable.  su���������  s=  # Boots and Shoes  King's Union-Made Boots ior Men  and Women.  .1. J. Foley, of Arrowhead, was in  town yesterday. llu and Cory Men-  hennick have disposed of the Rossland,  Imperial and Balfour free gold claims  to the Pool-Young syndicate.  Messrs. Bradley and Grotty whr*  havo been employed on the Duqucsm  Mining Company's property at Smith  Creek came to town on Saturday.  They report the property looking fine.  a���������  *>-  Thc  lim press Shoe for Women.  Dress Goods  A full line of Dress Goods, consisting of thc latest patterns and  fashions.  Carpets nnd Linoleums  Sold at fair prices ancl cut and laid  free of charge.  TAYLOR & GEORGE  Mackenzie Avenue.  Mail Orders Solicited and Promptly Attended To  ^)^^*^!^)^)(^)^������)^)(^^)^K^)^)I^)!^)^  W  W>  W>  W>  w>  w>  w  w>  w>  w>  w>  fi  -ft*  iw!>  ���������il)  di)  1������)  H)  (||)  iW>  ���������OD  ���������*���������������>  ���������*---������!  -*������������������������  =3.  Work commenced on lhe ground  between the Taylor block and Reid &  Young's tlvs morning, for the erection  of Mr. Kilpatrick's new block. When  completed the building will be occupied  by Geo. F. Curtis, of the Rod Cross  Drug Store.  A letter addressed In Miss F. Shepard  Rovelstoke, and re-addressed Arrowhead, was lost between McKenzie  Ave. and Front Street. The Under  will confer a favor by leaving it at the  IlEKAllJ oflice.  Nels Demai*s. the victim of the  fighting affray at Nakusp last week,  underwent an operation for the  removal of his left eye. wliich was so  seriously injured in tho fight. Dr.  Cross performed the operation.  Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts and  family came up from New Denver  yesterday on their way to linderby,  where Mr. Roberts goes to accept a  new charge. Tiny were u:tompar.ie.l  by Mrs. Roberts- sister. Miss I'urdy. of  Regina.  Mr. and Mrs. Win. Allen and B.- B.  Slarky, of Comaplix, came up on  Sunday. It is .reported that they  have made, nice little fortunes as a  result of the Oyster deal. The Aliens  aro going to Engl mil and Mr. Starky  tujoin his wife and family after a  seven years' absence.  Tho owners of the famous Ruffled  Grouse are reported to be minus a  considerable portion of their claim  owing to-a survey of the Copper Chief  showing that claini to overlap. The  Copper Chief, which isji priorlocation,  is said to take in the workings and  showing on the Rutiled Grouse.  The Kamloops football club will visit  Rfvelslike on Thursday, June 20th..  Coronation Day. to play off the tie for  the Football Challenge Cup. The  Kainloops team have held the cup for  the past four years and will put forth  every effort to  retain  possession   of il  THE   SUPPLY    HOUSE   FOR    NORTH    KOOTENAY.  FURNITURE  .lust unloading Two Large Cais of Furniture.  We   now   carry   a larger and   better stock    than   any  House  between Winnipeg "and Vancouver.     Come and look round whether  you want to buy or not.    We are stacked full from Floor to Roof.  REVELSTOKE    FURNITURE   CO'Y.  @  SIBBALD & FIELD,  Real Estate  WE HAVE JUST  REMOVED INTO OUR  NEW QUARTERS  ON   MACKENZIE  AVENUE  GEITBRAL   IsALttTLCTXA-HTTS..  P. P. U. TOWNSITE.  JIAltA. TOWNSITE.  OEKKARD TOWNSITE.  CAM BORNE TOWN-SITE,  Canada. Permanent & Western  FINANCIAL") *.   Canada McirlsaBC Corporation.  Insurance  COAL FOR SALE,  Equitable Vnvings Loan nnd Building Association.  imperial Fire.  Canadian Tire.  Life  J.D. SIBBALD^NoUr������ftAiKE>B_&  Caledonian Fire.   Atlas Fire.  Mercantile Fire.    Northern Fire.  -'Guardian Fire.   Manchester Fire.   Grunt West Life.  | Ocean, Accident and Guarantee,   Confederation I.if  *��������� ^Canadian-Accident Assurance t'o.   Connecticut Kire  HOUSES FOR SALE AND BENT.  CONVEYANCING.  CHAS. AI. FIELD.  dp  m  #  dll  (fl  in  ������������������:  WE ARE  QUOTING  PRICES  BELOW ON  -^SSaaeraiB*.'  ���������'  HING-  while thu UuvelsLuke club covet the  trophy very much, a. good e.inie will  nodoubt'be lht; outcome.���������Kamloope  Sentinel.  A pood practice game of football  was played on the Gun Club grounds  hist niRht. There w.-.s :t good turnout  and a fast Kiime played. Combination  pluy was rather weak, but outside of  lhat the boys are well up to Lhe mark.  With :i few more practices tbey will  be in fair shape lo give lheir contestants a hard battle to win ont.  Thc. steamer Kootenay had an  exciting experience this week, Vi hile  taking a load of cattle to Thompson's  Landing Sunday morning she stuck  n a mud bank near tbe mouth of the  channel going up to the upper landing,  All efforts failed to move her off,  though several big trees were pulled  down in the attempt; TlTe^MTnttTSrid  Rossland were sent to her relief, armed  with cables, pulleys, etc., and after  nearly three days hard work she was  rescued from a whole summer's  banishment by the Rossland washing  away the mud; batik with her wheel.  She arrived at-. Arrowhead yesterday  afternoon:  Wright Porritt  Is to be found at his Photographic Studio in the  Tapping Block daily during office hours.  Wright Porritt  THAT YOU WILL NOT FIND BEATEN -���������_  by   any   Tailoring7  House in  Canada,   East, ���������/.' -���������  West, North or South.  There are some surprises in these prices, some -  o-reat surprises, that you will have confirmed if  you will but come and see our stock.' .���������.::.���������:: yy':..::.  MADE TO! ORDER  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 to Order.  J. B. CRESSMAN,  Mackenzie  Avene.  ^b������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������1  . Revelstoke, B. C.  TIMETABLE  S. S. Revelstoke  During High Water.  RcaUstate Bargains   TIIK   ICE CREAM  Days are Here.  Why not call at  Bew's Drug Store  Aiid Oo Away Back-   Anil partake of the   Rofreelilnf*:   Ilrlnk**  which come from onr Soda l-omitnm in  almost continuous streams.  We Use True Fruit Syrup*  Of ilelieioii". Ilavori. nlso Cnislied Fruit*.  unil hlRh cla*-tn Ice Cream.  fjgp   fn the rear of the Store is ample Broom*  mo.fation for tlxiive who wish to set awhile Rt  their drinks.  Only Ten Cents for High Class Material  Resolution of Condolence.  "The* following rep*Out ion has hot*ri  passed by Court. Mt. Begbi(>. N'*. Slfil,  Itidepin lent Older nf Fur-asters: ���������  "Whereas it hai j)lua*>uil (Joil to  bri'.ik our C'ui'h* of Concord by  removing fi'otu tl our well hnloved  Brother Beit W. Temple :  "Be it resolved, lhat wo. the riflU-ers  and member** of Court Mt. Begliii*.  No. .Wil, I. O. T'\. do humbly testify to  I he love and esteem in wliich we hold  our late hrnth'-r. and the sorrow we  feel at his sudden demise, by draping  our charter wilh i-r.ipe fn-a period of  three 111011111", and according him full  funeral honors prescrib-vd l>>" f>ur  ritual.  "And he it further resolved, lhat a  copy of the nlmve resoliilinu b** 'pie.id  upon the miiitites of thi** (Joint and  be sent with thi.s rider to the bereaved  parents ami lelalions of onr d'-������:*-nsi*d  brother, ns expressions of the sympathy we feel wilh lliem in our  regretted mutual loss.  "Done at thii our chamber*),  Kevelstoke, .lune 2nd, 1902.  '  3.  E. AIcLkan, O. H..  Oko. A. Bka vo,  K. S."  ���������Vegetable and Flower Plants 2.1c.  per do/.. Cabbage, Celery. Lettuce,  Tomatoes, Cauliflowers, Candytuft,  Dranthiis, Astern, "Verbena, Petunias.  Sobelia. Marigold, Phlox,.Sunflowers,  Coreopsis,   Nasturtum,    Chrysanthe  d^*Leave Eight-Mile I.nniliiijf���������  Every Tuesdny ami Krulay Rt 6 n. m.  Leave La forte���������  Every TueMlay ami Friday at 2 p. in.  TJK^-Spcclal Trips between  regular    alliiiRS,  will be made in any ease where busi-,  offered warrants same.  The- Company   reserve    the 'right   lo  change   time    of    sailings    without  notlee.  FORSLUND,  Master.  R. W. TROUP,  Mate and Purser.  NOTICE.  The "Double Eagle Mining and Devel-  orment Co., Limited  Liability.  NOTICE Is hert'bv Riven that tho nuiial  <;en������ral Me<*llni. of lhe Shareholders of  this i.ornpany will be held at tbelr office. In  Kitkusoii, li.C. on Tluirs lay, July Kith, 19m,  al 2 p. in., for the Iransaetlnn of all huMncsn  roiitipctcl with the Coin puny, and the transfer  books of the company will he closed Ironi  June 2*>ili, IVi2.  A. 11.1101.1)101,  1 Secretary.  levslled in preparation for the fomidn- ���������,     CruKgiit and^tatloncr. mum 25c. per dozen.    Cabbage V.  per  ,    ..*,. Brown Block. Telcphonols.    I inri      .      *m..i������.,  i7��������� ...tAnl-r,  tion ot the building. ' ' 100    .1.    .Maley, lie .-elstoke.  NOTICE  The  Great  Western Mines, Limited.  Liability.  NOTK'E Is herr-by riven that thc Annual  t-.txiernl Me<stiiiK "' lllc Khareholders in  thisfJornpany will be held at their ofllco In  ForgM'Oii. H- J., on We'lnc-s.lay, July 9lh, I������U*  at 2 p. in , for the tr������ii������a'*tlon of all IjusIim-.k  coniieete'l with the Company, an.: the transfer  books ofthe company will bceloscil from .Inn.  ������'lU' Vj"' A. II. IIOLUICII.  {secretary.  WOOD  For Sale.  'llie niiderslitncd Vavinj; eonlraeted for tl e  whole of MeMabon Ftros. ;-.f,(nl is prepared 10  supply Mill wood at  $2 Per Load  CV-Ceilnr Cord-.vood���������J.:.to delivered.^  ������W~l lard wood al equally lo.v rates.  ..Thos. Lewis  Good "Residence &  Store Building.  Terms���������$200 casli;  Balance   on  Kasy  Terms.  8-Koomed u R e s i-  d'ence, with nil  modern improve-  _ments.    A   very desirable prop--  erty.   Terms   can  be   arranged  with suitable party.  ��������� 0 ltooined 1 Ionise,  with bathroom,"etc..  good   cellar.    W ell  situated   for  a   C. P.  It.   man.  lOasy Terms.  $1200  Plastered Uousa  with stone foundation. Good garden  50x100 feet���������-well  located.   This  is a special bargain;  A.* i"k K/\ A fine "Residencs  It 111 ^19 ���������7' large rooiua ���������'  ,P1VJV and Bath Room,  Electric Lighting, garden .50x100  feet.. A comfortable home,  selling ata great sacrifice.  I&CAA 80 acre.Farm, about  ahhljll 5 miles from Salmon  ^ w Arm Station. Best  of soil, good I iinber for domestic  uses aud good roads. Terms to  the right party.'  A Number of Other Real Estate Bargains.  Call and Inspect Our List.  Revelsto e Smelter Townsite  Fine Residential and Business Lots in all parts ofthe  City on easy terms of payment.  A limited number of Five-  Acre Garden Plots within  five  minutes'  walk from   the  centre of City, arc now ready for sale.  Easy terms of pay- -  ment.  B  CTVUI-C     EtDfkC     Real Estate Brokers.  LKHIOj   DlWOa   Financial and Insurance Agonta.  il  111  ./h  Orders lcrt at O n. II time ic Co .  Morrfs A  Steed's, or at mill will have prompt ittentloa.  I HAVE IT I.  The largest stock of" the latest WATCHES,  CLOCK'S, KINGS, SILVER WAKE, CUT  GLASS. FASHIONABLE JEWELRY, Etc.  My many years' experience enables me to buy  goods at the right prices, enabling me to"  sell to the public at reasonable prices.  J-.  G-XTZ7 BAEBBB.  WATCH BEPAIBING A -SPECIALTY.  tin  m  nil  ii  I  .'t  i  i  ������  Ail  Vll  *'<���������  /'I  r.  ���������i

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