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REVELSTOKE, B. C. JANUARY is, 1911
Visiting Cards
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OUR RAZORS WILL GIVE YOU A SMOOTH. CLEAN
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OUR HARDWARE.
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AUTO STRAPS AND SHARPENING DEVICES FOR
SAFETY RAZORS.
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Hardware Co. Ltd
As Chairmen of finance He Warns Aldermen Not to
Spend Money Not Sanctioned By the Council
on Penalty of Personal Responsibility-
Mayor Makes Inaugural Speech Forecasting
Legislation.
*.|. ... .1. .;. .;. ;. .;. .1. .;. -|- -i- *;. -;- -j. •;•
-j.       COMMITTEES    BTRUOK      -k
•I- — ■'■
-K Following arc the cum nit.tccs ••-
•It for 1911, the tii st in each case •(-
Hi being chairman:— rh
$ Fire, Water & Liuht—t'ownn, -!-
-•• Abrahamson, MeKinnon. -!■
$ Bonr.l uf Works—Abrahamson -J-K
-■- Blbbald an.l Lawrence. '■',-.
■fc Finance — MeKinnon, Sibbald •!-.
•t- and Lawrence. -I-
•& Health mnl Bylaws—Lawrence JH
■fc the iraelected alderman and •■-.
•',: Cowan, -h
.;. .;. .-..  .;. .;. .;.   .;. .|. .1.  .;. .;. .:.   .;. .'..   .;*
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
imperial Bank of Canada I
Hoad Ot*'ico
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
-Toronto, Ontario.
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
5 ^30,000.00
5,5oo,j00.00
Bmnehos or ARertB nt nil principul point* iti'fiitiadn.
Agents In Great Britain and United States- London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited.    Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Ex- j
change National Bank.   Seattle—Soattln National Bank, San Fran- I
oisco—Wells Fatgo Nevada Nar.i.n a' Bunk.    Spokane-lixiliange i
S i'.i in.»l  licik. i
Savings Bank Oapartmftnt
lVprwits of $1  and upward,  received, and  inter"-*! allowed at  :,
ourrent rate from date of deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
c :reamery  butter
EMPRESS SHAMROCK
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT
INDEPENDENT
SHAMROCK A.M) HOLLY DAIRY
p. £ums 8t Company. £,ld.
20 Per Cent. Discount Sale
Is Now in Full Swing and Includes
Everything in Stock
Mrs. A. G. Crick, First Street
DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES
During 1911 K<''P In Mind
John Mclntyre Sr Son
For General Groceries, Men's Supplies
"      Crockery and Farm Produce.
Goods Delivered to Every Part of the City.    Tel. 93
"1 am not so sun' about tho
whole council pulling tog 'ther last
yenr. I know I didn't pull With
some of them and I intend to pull
the same way this year. I took
an active interest in the work of
the city, but things did not always
no just the way I thought they
should have done. No doubt the
mayor .Ii.l what he always thought,
was in the interests ol tho ratepayers, but this year 1 want to see
every dollar passed on In council lie-
fore being s*>ciit. Some moneys had
been spent last year that wore not
up to the council, but il this year
anything Is Bpcnt by the aldermen
without thc money beinl: ) assed by
council, that alderman will have to
put up the in* ney himself. I hope
however, that such things will not
occur."
Alderman MeKinnon thus eulogized
the council ol last year at the statutory  meeting  of  this  year  on    Mon-
| day night and     marked  tho danger
' point   beyond     which  he : a   finance
minister  ol  the  city   would  not  permit any of the aldermen to stray.
|    As   stated,      it  was  thc statutory
'meeting and  beyond  tho  striking    of
; committees  nothing    wns    done  except thc delivering of several     short
speeches by  .ho mayor an.l some   of
the aldermen.       Mayor Hamilton In
his  opening remarks,  which  may    be
constituted as bis speech from      the
thn n ■.   el  lorth the pr iposed Icgls-
lationfor thc coming year and     expressed li.-* attitude .ii  : " ae ol the
most Important    ol   tl He
congratulated the council ol 191(1 on
the expedition with which thoy had
transacted busii ss and thc harmony
which had prevailed, and pointed oui
to them that this would be a very
important year In the history of
He\ elstoke.
"One ol tbo main questli u-i     that
would come before the council   tins
yonr," he said, "was the completion
of the power planl and the entering
upon a contract  between the     city
and the C.P.R. lu  power.    Uth
there had beta a great deal ol crltl
cism nnd Feeling the past few   weeks
in regard    to the   power plant,     1
must say tii.it some people who cril
ici/o   mosl arc talking aboul
tbe; mi iw     very little about.
We bave m.t  with    difficulties     the
- week whii h left u ■ witl oul light
nml nn . n • tell tbe :■*    11 'ti     moro
i..'i uiv than 1 did.   1 wish t,, put on
d, bowet * i. in;, in*.,111 api >• eia
rt* "1 AM.   Uiiiihiini
■i n Ioi tli ■ .vik he had done during
|the pnst lew days,   iio has practically lived at thi   power plant during
these dny   ■.,■ •! n iver lefl  until     wc
bad light.    The question will come
up at some future meel n   a   to why
wo woro in darkness, nn.l niiv blame
that is to be placed will have t,,
be ferretted out nnl we Will inl out
|U(t why wc wero witlm, t light.
Tho city baa paid n heavy price for
on auxiliary planl. ai ■! It ha
ever since      we
pot It—Just whin  wc needed   lights
.if were withot t it.
"Another Important matter     will
he tho -owrr bylaw . i" yens
ago, It has hem n sme question
over  since  it   Wai     tail* I     1   do  not
■ tho present schedule fair
or just nn.l the whole matter will
have to be gi no   into    thoroughly,
who .hiI.,* ih   a   i benefit
fom the ■ i      pny
in*  t and th.'^e who i'"t no benefit
will n 't bave to i »',   i i, ■■    uci eeda I
tha  I'm
vinnnl  government   to     " thi
and just as soon as Mr.
Sinclair finishes his Wi tk then wo
can in uboad with this revision.
"Another thing 1 want, to see don:'
this year is to start tho assessor at
work at the earliost possible moment, t >l her cities stnrt him at the
very first of the year and 1 don't seo
why we can't. I went into power
lact year with the same iden, but
difficulties over appointing nn assessor and further difficulties in getting
him to work prevented my doing as
I desired. This year 1 think we will
have in trouble getting him started
I y the first of this yonr.
"The consolidation of the debentures will be another question that
will have to he dealt with. 1 am
going to a mooting of theExeoutive
at the B. t'. Union of Municipalities
nt Vlctpria tonight, and on Thursday wiil moot tho Attorney-Gensral
ui regard to such legislation whioh
will make tins poBBlble, Tins I have
every reasi a to believe wc will get.
Alter we hnvo received thc consent
of the debenture holders, which I
believe we nm, thou it ,. up to the
aldermanic hoard to go ahead with
th:' consolidation ol tho debt il they
Bee lit and if imt im harm is done.
"This year I have advised th;
clerk to put in the provisional estimates a larger appropriation for
mads and st loots, believing it nd-
visable to do a certain amount of
permanent work each year. 1 believe this will he money well spent.
Now tins year will be one requiring
a good deal ot executive ability. I
finished last year with a feeling of
nppreciation in the support I had
received from tho aldermen, an.l look
Ing around me now I feel confident
that tins year's council will do tho
.cry Pest tli.y can in tha Interests
ofthe ratepayers, nnl go out of ollice
feeling that thoy have th' good will
..I averj ratepayer."
fn appointing lis lommlttees, the
mayor stated that ho was satisfied
with the selection ol aldermen, and
lelt that this year had one of the
strongest boards ever elected in the
.ity.    11.'   trusted  that  they      would
t   along as well as Inst youi.
Alderman Abrahamson iu replying
in Alderman McKinni n'a speech glv-
* n at   tli*'  I"'.   nn*in:  oi  tins      article,
.'..is ,,f  the  opinion   lhat   thoro    wore
often emergencies arising whore ll
. i in *.i slble to get n hold ol thi
committee, for Instance In tin
recent straightening out ot the mat
tor at the power bouse and got t in;
" I bpi iii money out thoro be
lieving .t to be absolutely necessary
without so,'ing the committee be
causa i o 'Hid not get hold of them,'
he Bald,    \t thia Alderman    McKln
n  n  Lai l.o I  down a  little  from      hi;
hat  arbitrary  statement.
In reply  to the   mayor's    addn
Mr.  Abraham on sad that tlm coun
oil had  pulled together last yent    a
well ns could he expected.   He wi-h
. I     thnl     tin' aldermen this     y i
.■ ould   ihu   Hi.' i : ii mldei i in     He
i  and do everything tbey could
be combined atri ngth *'f all wa
a i* led,   i[a tin.0. in   iio'     consolida
t i n ii debentures would i»' n good
thing     and    hoped   th.'   legl ilali"
■ i in through,   Ho would do th
in ild     *n tha   im it"i
ni winch ho wa. placed iitni hoped toi
t'n* a*<..stance ..I hia committee.
Mr. Silihnld OOtnlng In as ii period
slum.-, i declined to say anything bc
yen I appreciating iho Importai  o
the position in which ho wns placed
mil  expressing lho desire to do    tbo
very  best he could.
iin the motion of aldermen Mo
■ an n an l Blbbald the mayor wa
empowered to go to Victoria in re
'■in,i in getting am' n Itnents to Ioi
isiatimi . mil.in.* the city to ci n
nil.lai - us d'inmurea.
Aid,  Trinit.l       i    Ign ll Ion
* ptod .'ii.d li  inlil ii 'I i"n  ''iii'l oh 'l'i
railed  for  to till  llu*  vneano*,.
Council will ninet nguin mi Pride
January 2"tii.
Supt. Duck, of the
Electric Light and
Power Plant, has
handed in his resignation to the Mayor
for acceptance.
TII FOB Till
Offenders in Polics Court Plead
[xteniisiing Circumst incss
" S  Hi' ill      i-li lo    my   v 1, -).y   hi   I
stole their bn r, They stol *- mm ol
my *j oil-, so 1 th itijiht I would return the compliment." 'I'hii vis the
somewhat terse way tlm' Peter Dynea
took in explaining to Ma-jiBtrat'
Foster on Tuesday lii-i ni.un for
bvng in poii " C'-'irt on a . li ng • ,,i
stealing n barrel oi t ottle I l>« r Irom
tbo Union hotel on Saturdiy night.
He explained thai be In; bought
tlir. e .. ,n lc» ol whis't) and left them
in the sitting roan if the I nlel.
When he went to !oo'<' for ihem they
had gone ho ho 11.ought lie wrul 1
return the compliment nnd ick tbe
beer, lie and John Wui en rested
under tho mmo charge and both
pi ; ul guilty ii be in.' ill in ;•', hut it
tick considerable ivldenoe i * i rove
that they had utohn tl e beer in! also
that Ihey laid Kim war I- till il to
Mies May Smith li r $8. In ■ morning ii[i the case Mn. stu e Foster
expressed it us Ins opinion tbat Mies
May Smith Bbou'd al* > lave i ecu
charge 1 with receiving stolen prop
erty. Warren waa lined IjS'JO and Oi stB
or tlirre tiinnihs us he ap, car a I in he
the chiel i IY* oiler, an ! Dyuce paid $15
and ocste or 1 I day*.
Arthur McYorria appealed on a
oharge ol being drunk and dijorderly
and ores ting a disturbance in the red
light dislrii", ni ii thi h its bell g
pr ivi-n, he was nr 'cr I to p; y $-•"> and
o'-ts. t.i.,iln* with fo foi door l.e
ha! il. stria ul, or in t'elu ili, three
m jut In- in j   I,
Robt. SutLerland, on tho same
c.aige, was lined $15 anil costs or
t .rn. weeks in j ii .
Against Sutherland the:') rests h
c im*;. cf totaling i watch : i m Pe er
M '1 1, vali ed u $30.     Tits aeon- i
pleaded n t guilty and swo; ; be wi<
*■ iiuii nn Bay :u the t me t i i tl n ■
is paid 11 hue hei n o mim I'd Hi
was rem.indid for lurthei "\ I uoe,
Macdonald Ie Alderman
Thi   only  nn   i    ii n s   io il y  I
l 1 '   vac ll I",' on  the  n'lle  ui "lie    ' " I
ccaMiiniil   'y    lie     relUn I   •
Edward   Tiimhle  wai  thai   'I   Roy
i* i. mid, propoa d by O. W, P
wsrda and W. W. I'otiter. Mr. M
Donald in therelorc declared elicit 1.
LABOR PARTY'S PRiuE
Praams ol tiie Veto [ill Must
Be WUudibwn
1. lo i, .lun.  L3. The  l.: ior party
has iixo.l Its price to supi   rl      the
ovei mi.i ut   durlnK  the  i i
slon of parllami nt. < Ibairn an Barnes
ii n     ii    .1   it   ni  in,   art iclo    ill      the
Radical   newspapers.      Tb ■ primary
condition   ia     that the -,■ ivernmenl
nm i abandon the preambli    to   the
•ii. bill ai   the hjbc i  nf   the
Labor!tes m* abid i thi   colt oquences.
Tho preamble, ol winch nothing has
'..** n nen ! during  i ho dl ■   islon   ot
the veto resolui h n . an 1 i ilch only
appeare i wh n i be I pr nted,
"Whereas,   I '    i, ,i     tn
■ ite toi  tin- boi  i* ol iiit'.is aa
it  ai  present i xnt I cham-
' ii con tltuted . n ., pop   ai  In tend
ol a hereditary bai I
titul mu cannol     Immi liately      be
hi  .ut.. operation."
Barnes    denounc i thia a i foolli h
ami    unnece Bary,   I le declarea    tbe
a    well  a    Bvery    Radical
.* "i Hi his aall  w mi vote against the
ii' amble,   if tbe Toi ,.*.., being     o;i-
posed to iho whole bill, im Into the
lame lobby, the bill can   i nly pass
hoiil ih** in* nnil.ic.
light and Power Schedule
A lib nu in Al'mliitn-oti, now , -  ' i  -
ti r ■ I lho  Mgbt,  Water and 1
■iimniitlei', Ins  arr nteil   a   ich dnle
vhicb,  under  tbo    i rn enl   o i
a'li'i'K. i*. tin- i"-i   ll*at  oititena pan
ipi ol   I r  ai me   lime    m w. \i r
Vhrahami n i uplslni thai  i   i- in*
ipsibll In n i v ■ ■ lull  n-rvee   0W t-K   to
he uai prodnoln • plant hi Ing  unable
i curry the whole Ion '. nnd   mi ing 'o
i"  neecnliy  nl   ' he   plant    !>• in^
cleaned up i loh d ••   aa the hnl   th il
an 1 e given it pi     nt ii light  Iron
I p. in. to 7'.'ln a.;;i.  inn!   poWM  from
1 to 5 p.m.
w
urne Bros.
SKATES
SKATE STRAPS
ANKLE SUPPORTS
:i
OCKEY STICKS
SNOWSHOES
sIcCLARY'S STOVES
Bourne Bros.
Groceries,    Hardware.   Flour and Feed
J3
CHOICE MEATS
No uncertainty about tbe sort of Roast you are
Retting if you bu; ,t from up. We pell only
the Choicest Meats in ilie very best condition,
and guarantee to give satisfaction at all times.
Shi-,inn nnd t ""kul Meats a Specially.
Swift's Premier II mis anil Bacon. Coast
Sealed Oysteir,    Silver Leal Lard.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
1 Iigii Cl vss Meai  Purveyors
Phcno 251
P. O. Box 181
TIRED?
Then iui! BELL BLEND TEA
will  *   - with its bright, spicy flavor,
antl ""lil in lib. lead packages.
PRICE   35C,   40C,   50C.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Uox  203
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
THOSE POSI DFHCIS AGAIN
Ton nt".  Jan.  12.    i iic tMrd -
al  in. Bl n *  ' !  th ■     Lord' *      Dan
Allnn . . the      una ii ng
.
...an ol Montreal Lam
c        •'' l  in that en
lay, many buali *   ..-    , ■ n
ly  * ilm  mae.xlratc    l»eing
> bylawi .iihti'ii'i     ot
■ral legislati"ii.
•'  Moore, the ret nn Dg
re mt claimed   the
... *    any
* iti.i'ii o; .. liberty,    The
way   "I i'nn.nla,nmi.' loreigaen
to make them keep thi Babbath.
I hi   Alliance  waa  paying  si'ecnil  at-
n in ion     to     thc closing ol western
l'os'.ullices  iQ  Sunday,  aa tbcro was
Ino nec.l (or them at     present     ahii
they  leJ to other infractions on the
1 Sunday, betides keeping a great num-
ber "1 clcrkB at work.   In rural com-
munltlea, where tho poatoHli-e la ln a
and  ll open on  Sun.lay,  there
• am great temptation tn do other
I,   Where     there was a large
bueineea  being done by mall It was
the custom in some offices to keep a
it number <>( clerks at work on
Sundays,  to look alter  tin' mail and
to till and prepare orders.
The following officers were elected:
President, Itev. T. Albert Moore;
vice-prcsl-dcnts, Itev. Dr. Kilpatrick,
Sir JamcB Whitney, Sir George Roes,
Chester I). Msassy, lialph Smith, M.
P., J. U. Mitchel, Rev, Dr. Shearer,
Lio Davidson; general secretary, Rev
Willism Ilochester;  treasurer,      Rev.
J. Joseph, M. D, THIIH  M^IL-HIElR^riD, BEVELSTOKli
i . .  ... W i       *    -I'Al   AND
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R      KLijlOKE.  B.   C.
jntcttoc   ubitsbnifl Company,
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Legal    not
insert! n   .  i  nts , 11  line     eai b
subse iuenl tion,      Measure
ments Noi lines    make
one inch, |       Store  aud
. .--  {2.50   i* i
inch per month.      Preferred posl
i. ns,     -,"■     per i
U::iL-, Marriagi -  ai I Deaths, 51 c
each
• ■  )
ments subji ct l ■     roval oi
the  n Wantc i      and
Condi ■    uts  :  -
Ag< nts Wi
...
dccl inlc
.*..   ■ less,    25c,
.; .. .    cents,
advertise
. ;,   .i   a.   in.
laj    if each week
to si .my*
CORR I on mat
ters    [puhlii      interest.       Com-
i    itor  must      be
acc^n. 1   by    i amc **;  ivritei
not foi
"i faith.
Corn li '* *.   .-hould  be  bl Ief.
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SUBSCRIPTION  RATIOS
Including postage to  England,  I nit
ed states and Canada,
By the year (through postoffice) ■;-■•'
JOB     PRINTING  promptly executed
at reasonable rates.
TERMS—Cash.     Subscriptions    payable in advance.
Gbe flDatllberaU)
WEDNESDAY,   JAN.   18th, 1911
Something You Ought to Have at Home
AND THE FAMILY WILL ENJOY IT
thf: phonograph
REVELSTOKE MUSIC STORE
instruments, bo that those purchasing
Irom Mr. Bingham will be given all
the necew-ary information as to how
to secure the best results Ir itn these
delightful musical instruments, ii
full stock ot which in always on band
nt the Kevelstoke Geueral Agencies
music store. Tiiese instruments are
recognised aa the best ol their kind i >
existence ami tlio public uiu make ii"
mistake in ordering Irom Mr. Ilio.;
hum. In aiid tion t*< aeouriug a thoroughly reliable Instrument, Mr
S right has made it possible lor pur.
chaiers to secure all instruction
necetaary free ol charge.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the  Estate  of John
T. Joru'-i. deceased.
Notice ia hereby given that all crcd
NOTIOB
Revelstoke  Land District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take Notico that I.  John V. Perks
the creation ul a department ol
railways U vei .' ni le-si r '. Tl e
b II for tlm t"u'i' ition "1 trtial com-
anie- .'uul ■ ouling witli inrurance
uiil iil-o In- dealt will , which ii if
,. ii ilml is verj necessary. Oilier
naiii rs of i qua] importance will
ic taken up and the pension prom
sos to be productive of much good.
NO
A.\|i COMMENT
The observation has  l»en  madi
Imt ii the grain gro«crB will  onh
iai\ the present  government will
r din e    the    tariff.     Everythii g
.1 uur*-    to    those    who    wait,  e\'i n
i a' li. d
Be thankful for the sunshin';
He thankful fnr the rain:
Be  thankful  that   the   blooming
lights
Am with   us  once  again—Spin k-
shave.
Notwithstanding thc fact tha
every member of the Hoard cf
Trade was notified of the annua
general meeting of the board on
Tuesday evening last, and notwithstanding the fact that tht
election ol officers waB on the tapi-,
uu mure than eight members turned out, uoi including tiie sicretary.
There wa*- business of importauct
tu discuss, and in any cats the fact
uf au e.ection of officers fur nn*
other year Bhould huve been Bufli
cient instigation fur at least a
much larger u.mbei ui members
to interest themselver. There are
at least fifty members in good
standing in this organization and
only tight turned out, just exactl)
sixteen per cent, which means that
thtre ie just sixteen per cent of the
interest taken in the affairs of the
city tbat thero should be. It is
not tbe wish of this pa] ei to belittle tl ■ •" :'*- oi ..I... Buch a useful o.ganization ..- a 15 aril of
ith us do a
go d work I ut tbi y could ilu
no . ::. re if they wen- certain
tbat ibey  wen up by the
will oi the citj * ns, So il
perchance any | • rt m should ;■ ■ .
Idi ..ntd iu   ia* ■■  efforts of
th;.- '  bim first look
to L.ii.-i II foi of interest.
There sl    il I   al   li ast  bavi
been   sevi;.'.;*  ;.*.e   per   Cl nl i I   llll
mtii.: ■ : - '-  tbis n •
an'l that  there   was  not  is oi -   :
tbis pa] • u'i   y .- i -   Ioi
tbat the Board gol
■
mo." infusi
organ this
might    *.     - well   ■ •
For tbi     ' ol those
eated and   I
;:•■•:
faitbl ..  i ighl      t * •.    ren
M
"
don,
:.-*■:     ..    ■   ' .     .*
ian.'*
■  j ro-
doJtive of   mt: b   li
■
at ihe opening  *-   -    *   •■
Tli" -i ri lue, whii a ;.- now
over tv [  dollars,  it  is
*-a:*i. ■    available  for
j resi: ■   < ■ , work, « hii h
i-   bigbl■   . a  '  .' ,.'•     Tbe i oal
Mini lion Ad   in  view  of
tb" ."'ent ii - i«tei al tfelli vii'*, will
1* a ii *   * 'I  legisla
tion in i "ill ndd  to the g ivern-
., . ni    re]     ition f m   i"
the interi --■•-■ I he bill
tot U ".•-;•'' "i nd
r u.r *• -i '
■   i lie  i ;iii,i'   line.
!n view   ' i  tl,- .ri>.id
construct] peril uced
10 IDE BRITISH ISLES AND BULK
m a Seat to View the Royal
Coronation Procession  to
Westminster Abbey, June 22,
for $397.50.
a., said before, reserved cars will he
placed ai the disposal of the party
on tho outward Journey. The promoter has already received many enquiries' :> u.i bookings have been made
trom the coast and tho upper conn-
try. It is imperative to make application at nine for a place In this I
party, as nfter January it will be
very difficult to get ocean accommodation, the vessels are already lilling i
very fast. The rights is reserved to]
decline any application, and references will be required from all. Ap-
allcants will please state when they
wish to return' as tlio return ocean
berths will lie secured for them at*
the time of booking. This will obviate being left behind in Kngland wait
ing    lor a   return    steamer. Mr.
Hughes has crossed the Atlantic nine
times and conducted a party to the
coronation procession of King Edward VII., so that, he is well able
to see niter the comfort of those
who will travel with him. Arrangements are now being made in England for members of this party to
visit the continent al very low rates.
To l'aris for a few days for $25.
Switzerland for two weeks, $50.00.
A visit to France, Germany, Switzer
land nnd Italy, including several
days in Rome, for $100, These rates
nre. of course, not included in the
are all to und from London, and
and are, of course, not included in
tha $397.50 rate. The continental list
nl tours will be ready In a few weeks
but the most important thing now,
Is to secure n place in the party, so
that the ocean berths may bo scmr-
ed, and leave the mntter of continental travel until later. Those who
do not wish to go on the continent
can he supplied with good rooms an.l
board, in either England, Ireland or
Scotland at $10 per week.
Y.M.C.A. Burned
Cranbrook, dun. II.--Kire broke
out in the basement of the new Y.
M. Ol A. building about 4 o'clock
this morning. Damage estimated at
over $2,;Hlit to basement, kitchen anl
dining rooms. Origin of lire yet ini-
i known. Tho building was to have
been opened on Jan. 30.
WANTED -
General
Servant.
No
cliildren.
Apply  ti
i  Mrs.       J.
T.
Teller.
I'orit and Others hiving claims against of Kevelstoke, B. C, occupation,
the Estate ol J,din T. JnliiiB, laiu ol Steward, intend to apply for a
llev, l.-tokp, B O , deceased, who died uceUrt0 to prospect for coal and
At aioamoos on or about the llth day petroleum ou the following described
ol August, LU 10, Hre nquired  tu   scud  .    ,,,
to the undersigned Solicitor!) lor Mar-     _ ,    .  ,
tha Jane Jones and Thomas Kilp.u-I Oommenelng at a post planted
rick, Administratrix and Administra- nl,out thre« mlles aoutb ot Arrow-
tor ol the Estate of*said deceased, with head, 1). O., and on tho south sido of
in (i'l iluy-. from date lull particulars' Cranberry Creek uud opposito the
d ih, ii claims, duly verified, and that mouth ol suid Creek; thenco north
dter that dale the said Administra-1 g0 chains, thonco east so chains,
trixsnd Administrator will proceed, lhencu So(lth su c.hai thenco wcal
IO distribute the sunt estate amongst,
iliose entitled   thereto   regard   being
80 chains, in all 040 acres.
Dated this 14th day of Doc, l'JIU.
John V. Perks, Locator.
I'or J. O. Bradley, Agent.
This tour Is being promoted by the
Rev. Robert     Hughes ol  Cranbroo.t.
The partv  will have Vancouver    the
ias,  week in Mai   next, on speclalls
reserved   curs   (first-class    standard
Pullmans) and travel ovei  ti.,' North    :'"ine wlth a <",rt>'
oi n  Pacific     railway     to    St.  Pa il,
pleasure     enjoyed.   The    above rati*
provides everything with the     exceptions mentioned until and    Including
'h" old land at i, small cost and in
like this much
more can be seen, and mucb     more
Theuce to i hicago, and on to Buffa
for the Niagara  Falls,     thence      to
New York or Boston. Boston Is like
ly to be the port  ol departure,     al
though  the negot lai li ns are n it  > n
closed  with  th.*  shipping     company,
but in  all   probability,   the   tine    new
i iinai.l liner, tin* Frauconia—a
ship   ih.in    tin- fami       Via I *
will carry  the party  to
•..  ,:.     hey  will  disembark  ai
ceed i" Hiai ia -.   ' .
Killarney  tor  thi lakes.
The city of Dublin will next   -
ed, and thru i n  to  Belfasl     In th    *
places  free  Ca
rovided, and ti"' place
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I'm t. and 11 in ci back on thc i  i'.il.
'in,     wiih     Stop OVCI     iuu ili'gflH.
'ihi rail tickets are first class,   nud
22nd.
Writ,-      REV.   ROBERT  HI GHES,
Box 7S2, Cranbrook. B. C.
Free Instruction
Mr. Ben. S   Strigbl    - * ';»1  n' ivor
represents! tto Heigel Ca .
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thi-i week with tbe  Pip-ess   intention
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321 Cambie Street,
\aifv:oviver B.C. :
OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, JAN. 26
Direct from the Vancouver Opera House
liml only tn tlume elu nm ol which Bald
Viliiuiiiatriitrix   nnil    Administrator
-ilmll Imvp tiu'ii received nntice.
l>itfd January lOili, l'Jll     311 00,1
Harvey, MoOahtkr <fc Pinkham, notice
SnliriinrB lur M..nh» Jnne Joni'rt      Kevelstoke  Lund  District.
m.d Thiiinns Kilpiitriclt, Ailniin-     Uisti'ici ol West Kootenay.
i-ir.nr x   unit   Administrator   ol      Tuke  Nolice  that  I,  K.   M.  Allum,
the E-utiM'l i-aid deoeaned, ol   Kevelstoke,   li.   O., occupation,
 ' Jeweller,    Intond    to apply for a lic-
HOTICE TO CREDITORS <"«» to prospeot tor coal and petrol-
In the Matter of tbe Eetate of Atigutl outa on u'° Allowing described lands
Johnson, deceased. |    Oommenelng   at   a   post    planted
Nottoe iB hereby given that all crcd- * ubollt I'"'1*- 'rom lower wagon bridge
itora aud othem liaviuK clninie agiiuDt "a -Cranberry Oreek in a Bouth-eatt-
the Bttate of lAuguat Jnhnaon, Into ol erly direction from the said bridge
Kevel-toke, B. 0 , deceBgid, nhu died and on the South side ol the Creek,
nt R.'VelHt.ike on. nil out the 8il dav land about three miles Soiith-wester-
nl September, 1010. are "quired to|ly oI A,,*oWllcull u, c thence eaal
send to the nndcrs'gued Bnlioitom ior  ,.,,     ,
William B.Bobfrtion, Admini.tratir *" cham'J' tUence iorth 80 chans,
nftheEBtateolnaid deceased, within tUence WL>st su chains, thence south
III) dui a (mm date lull   particulars   (I  lSU cllains, in all MU acres.
NOTICK
Itevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Goorgo A. Stewart, ol Rev'elatoko, B.C., occupation
gentleman, intends to apply for permission to purchuse the following described lands.
Commencing nt a post planted at
the south west coiner of lot 71111.1,
murkcil O.A.8. north west post,
thence east 40 chains, theaco toiih
six chains to the north cast corner
Of lot S-W7, theuce west 2*5 chains to
lhe north  west comer of    lot    8107,
hence south 31 chains, thence west
15 chains, thenco north 10 chains to
.loint of commencement.
Dated Dec. Kith, 11)10.
GEO. A. STEWART,
Per B\ W. Terry, Agent.
heir claims, duly vcrilid,   and   that
Iter that dale the niiiii  Ailminieliatur
will proceed   to   diotriluito   the   suid
estate amongst tbt so entitled lhereto
regard being hud only  io ilioae claims
of   which   said    Administrator thall
have then received  notice.
Datnl January 10. h, l'Jll.
Harvey Mc 'arteh & Pinkham,
Bo iiiiors lur William li. k.'nrt-
►oi', Adiiiini-tritur ol  lhe I'
nl the f.iid dereised.        .111 00J
Dated this 14lh day of Dec, Will,
l'i.  M.  Allum, Locator.
Per J. O. Bradley, Agent.
ln the Matlerul lhe Estate ol   En es
R. B. Baynes, diocai-od.
Notice is hen by Riven thut all cicd
itnrs and others having claims nc linel
Estate of Ernest R I! Baynes, U'e ol
Milakwa, B O., deceased, wh" died al
Kev lst"lie on or i bout, the 17ih da;
nl Decern her, l'JIO, are r< quired ti
send to thn undersigned Solicitors !<>•
Divid L, Baynes and Kohert Howson,
Administrators of the E-ttate ol Baid
deceased, within 00 dnys tiom date
full particulars ol their claims, duly
verified, and tint alter tbat date the
suid Administrators will proceed to
distribute the said estate amongst
thoKeeutit,leil thereto regard being had
only to those claims ol which snid
Administrators shall have then re
ceived notice
Dated January 10th. 1911,
Harvey, MoOarter & Pinkham,
Solicitors for  Divid   L    Baynet
ai d R heit   Howson,   Admiuls
trators   of   the   Estate   of   saiil
deceased. J11 00.1
OERTIPIOATH   Of IMPROVEMBN1
NOTICE
Wakefield, Helen, Colorado, Dei
Key, San Juuii, Delta and Marguer-
llu mineral claims, situate iu the
ate i Lardeau Mining Division of Wesl
Kootenay. Where located:—Ou Mo-
huwk Creek.
NOTFCE TO CREDITORS Take notice that     I,  A.  H.  Urecn,
acting as agent for John II. Henry,
Bpocial Free Miner's Oortlhcalo No.
8810, Intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate ol Improvements, Ior the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 87, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of   Improvements.
Dated this 2tth day of October, A.
I).,  W10.
A. H. Green,
Nov. 30th Nelson, B.O.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Malter of the Kvate of Jame
A. Magee, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all crcd
itors and otht ra having claims agninsl
thc Estate of James A Mag-e, la'e o!
Chase, B. C, deceasid, who diid al
Revelstoke on or ah ut the 14: h day
of Novtmher, 191(1, are rtquiifd to
send to the undersignd Solicitors fin
Sarah E. Magee, Executrix ol the lasl
will of sail deceased, within 60 dnyr
from date full particulars of tbeir
claims, duly verified, and that after
that date the said Executrix will pro
ceed to distribute tbe said estate
amongst those entitled thereto regard
being had only to those clHimf ol
which said Executrix shall have then
received notice.
Dated January lOih, 1011,
Harvey, MoOarter ■&• Pinkham,
Solicitors ol   Sarah   E.   Magee,
Executrix of the   Last   Will  i I
deceased. JI 1 60,1
A Stubborn
Cinderella
40 GIRLS    497 Times in Ctr'cago
20 SONGS   263 Time, a N. f.
" Th t, besl
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Seal selling it Mi I lona
PRICES: First flvo rows, $2.00
Next Ave rows, : $1.51)
Hfllnnci! Lower floor,     $1.00
LOONY:   $1,50   $1.00    75 Cents rind 50 Cents
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Lind Diatriot.
District of West Kootenay
Take notice that William  Kennedy,
nf Kevelstoke, B. C, o Ouparion, Bpeo-
iiii Cnnntahle, intends lo apply fm pal
mission to purchase thc following  dt-
* rihed Ihi.iIs
inu ncing at a post   planted   Rl
ti e Bouth-east comer of Lot fiUII'.l,
thenoe north 40 chains, thenco west
'20 chains to pre-emption No. 'lll'l.
thence north 10 chains, ihence east 8'
Ol m'l". thence POUth B5 ''llHinS to Lot
No 8048, tlipece west IU I'lmin", thenci
-outh ).", cliini" I* I. I N". 11 llll, thenci
west 'lu obaina to p dot ol oonmeooe
i'Hiid January 7th, lllll
WILLIAM KENNEDY,
I'.i X   W. Itnin, Agent.
HARVKY, McOARTEB
AND  PINKHAM,
Hiirrmiers,  Bollcltori,   Bto,
Imperial  Hank  Building Kevelatoke, B. 0,
Money to Loan,
Revalttoke,   it.   c,    and
i mnl.inok,  11.   C.
Oeo. h   HcOartor,
• M    Pinkham, J. A.  Harvey,
Revelatoke, Oranbrook
.11:       ll .     T.     Wll, B <l N,
l BAOHMR ni'"  VIOLIN, BTO.
HTinio   Mualo Htoio,   Mc-
Ki'Ti/ii'   Avenue.
TBRM8- Blamantary, under 12 years
"' I,•!•, lii rents per Ission. Over
IS years of nge, 11.00, Ailvnnccd,
per lesHi.n. I,esnona three-
uuarters of an hour, once or twice
weekly, ns daatrad,
« WTKII    Lady   with   nne   lit tir  girl.
would like permanent potltloo   nn
i liiinilii'i'iniiiil.      Rtply    Mail-Herald
Ollica.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No. 15 A.  F.
ami A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TBMPLB, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting hrcthren arc
cordially welcome.
ROBT.   UORDON, W.  M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,  1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets every Thursday evening ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. G. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,     K. of   P.,
NO. 26,  RBVBLSTOKH, B.  O.
Meets every Wednesday except the
Third Wednesday of each month in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially  invited.
i). a. Mcdonald, c. c.
G. H. BROOK, K. of R. & 8.
M. of F.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  3461.
Meets In I. O   O.  K.  Hnll next   to
Tapping's Opera  House  every  second
and  fourth  Monday  in  month.  Visiting hrcthren cordially  welcomed.
C. R., 0, HARTE.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
0. w. o. w.
Mountain  View Cnmp,  No. 229
Mi-etH  Seii,ml    mul      Fourth  Wednea
dnys    in  ench   month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
W. E. OSBORNE, Don. Com.
JAS. McINTYRE, Clerk.
W.    H.    WALLACE,
A It c II I T EOT
Box 282, Revelstoke,B.C.
Plans  and    Specifications  prepared    (or    all classes   of hulldlnga,
Etc.    Draughting and Blue Print
ln»
NOTICE
Revelstoko  Lund  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notico thut Mary Ann Bnin,
if Revelstoko, li. c, occupation mar
led woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the 'following
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
lhc north west corner of T.L. or lot
ul40, nud marked M.A.B south oast
jorner post, thence west ahout 80
whains to the oast liuo of lot 7965,
.hence north ahout 40 chains to tho
uako foreshore, thence along 'eaid
ihore line in a north easterly direction ahout eighty chains, and thenco
south about 81) chains lo point of
commencement.
Dated Doc. l'Jth, 11)10.
MARY ANN BAIN,
Per P. W. Terry, Agent.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke  Lund  District.
District ot West Kootouuy.
Tuke uotice that Thomas Hope,  of
rfevelstoue, ll. c, occupation     \eti
■f'oreman,  luteuds to apply ^or    permission to purchase the iollowug de
scribed lands.
Commencing at a post planted
ubout hall u mile in a soutucrly dir-
•jctiou trom lot 7085 and by iho
north east coruer of R. Evans' j.io-
emptiou. marked T.H. uorth w.bt
corner post, thonce south iiy chaius,
ihence cast 2(1 chaius, thence north
it> chains, thenco west 20 chains lo
point of commencement.
Dated Dec. 17th, 11)10.
THOMAS HOPE.
Per F. W. Terry, Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of WeBt Kootenay.
Take notice that Abraham Ake-
hurst, of Nuttield, England, occupation, Pit Foreman, intends to apply
ior permission to purchase tho follow
■nu described lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about half a mile in a northerly direction from lot 6140 north west coiner post and marked A.A. south west
corner post, thence cast aboit 60
chains to tho line of lot Stbo
(Rennle) thenco north abjut 40
chains to the north west corn;r of
lot 8685, thence east about 2u chaiiu
io thc south west corner of lot 7581,
thence north to tbo Lako anoro,
theuce about 80 chaius westerly fcl-
lowing along the Lako shore line und
ihence south about 40 chains to tbe
point of commencement.
Dated Dec.  19th  ,l'JIO.
ABRAHAM AKEHURST,
1'cr F. W. Terry, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District,
District of West Kootenay.
Tako notico that I, J. H. Selkirk,
of Vancouver, occupation, real estate
agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains west of the S.E.C. of L. 7585
thenco south 40 chains, thenco eust
IU chains, thenco south 40 chains,
thenco east 4-0 chains, thenco north
•10 chains, thenco east 10 chains,
thence northtIO chnins, thence west
40 chains, thence south 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains to point of
commencement, containing 440 acres.
Dated Dec. 23, 8910
J. H. SELKIRK.
Dec31 Per R.  Smith, Agout.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notice that I, A. w. Thompson, of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation
Hotel Clerk, intend to apply for a
licenso to prospect for coal and
petroleum on the following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted
about three miles South of Arrowhead, B. C, and on the south side of
Cranberry Creek and opposite the
mouth of said Creek; thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence eaBt 80 chains
In all 640 acres.
Dated thia 14th day of Dec, 1910.
A. W. Thompeon, Locator.
Per J. O. Bradley, Agent.
MRS.  HERMANN McKINNEY
Teacher of Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory of   Music.      Local examinations.
STUDIO:     SECOND STREET. THE    MA.IL-IEIERJLLr),    KEVELSTOKE
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Capital Paid Up $ 1,000,000
Reserve Fund     - •    $4 400,000
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in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL DANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
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At all Branohos.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. II. PRATT Manager.
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Having purchased the business formerly carried on by  E.  A.
Spring wi- are prepared to execute all orders promptly,
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Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
ii
ii
70c. ,
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
150SI).
$3.53
$10.72
ii
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii
ii
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
ii
H
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
ii
13.00
..       i.       ,.
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
ti
ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii
ii
5.20
Bed
5.3b
681b,
1.59
694
ii
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
240
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
ii
4.00 fl
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
ii
ii
16.50
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Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on the Continent
Natural   Hot  Water,   124   Degree  of   Ilea
Natural Hot Water in Baths.   O       All Year
Rates from $12 to $15 Per Week
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■MPK-wwamilHHUIMII IIM—I   ■
The Largest Stock™ of Smokers'
Supplies in the interior
OV'R PRICES RIGHT! OUR   LINES  RIG
We arc the right people to do business with.
We are carrying an especially good line this
year.
Come in and we will show you that present
for hubbv, father or brother that was worrying
The Cigar & Pipe Business is Our Business
and we know it like a hook,   and you   yet  the
benefit of our information.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd."
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Baggage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
8.
Office -Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phone 276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       Night can 71
Good Coal and Wood for Sale
LETHBRTDGE -Best Screened Lump Coal,
WELLINO TON   Lump Ooal,
DRY wool)   II lock and Fir, oul lust winter, in length! to
Miii purobnter.   I will hnve a Murk on hand al "II times,
All orden promptly attended to,
S.   Gk   EOBBIE"S
riKi:, i.iii; and accident insurance,   phone  bo
Yon Will Always Have Time
For anothei' one*whcn using
Harvey's Speolnl Scotoh the
genuine article, i-. n greal
fortifier agiiinul il»' inclemency of tlif weather, Bul
nnl not your trusl indoclorcd
or distilled slufl il won'-t fill
lhe bill. Vou run no risk iu^
getting your "inside overcoat" in the shapo of a bottle
or scaled Harvey'sl Special
from ,*inv of the LEADING
IIOTI-'.f.S or by the case at
ilu'
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd
Aerated Waters, Pure Wines, Liqueurs,  Cigars, Cigarettes
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market afford:;.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Raf.is $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT     STOTTJiG      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Eularied '' piuved.     First-Class in every respect.     All modern convenience*
Larue Hani pin Knoins.
Rat o $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, li. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-elans Bampli
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
Carriage and Sign
Painting
Shop in alley  back >f lv J. Bourne's
store, Firsl street.
First   Class Wcrk  Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonab o
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 8rd St. and Kubsonn.e
THE CANADIAN   BANK
OF COMMERCE
Sin EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL. D.   D. C. L„ President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  General Manager
E.   G.   BURRiDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
ConnaugM Ave.   -   Revelstoke
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup   Attached
S6.50
P.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   RevelstoJ:e, B. C.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $1O,0C0,CC0    RESERVE FUND. $6,000,000
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENC: 2 Lombard Street, I.I.        NEW YORK: 16 ^change Place
A1UXIC0 CITY: Avcnlda San Francisco, Na. 50
In addition to the offices named above lhe Bank has brandies
in every ProvinceofCanada(incliidinaall the most important dties)
tiiid in the principal Pacific Coast seaports ol tin' United States.
an it is thoroughly equipped for lhe handling <*f collections ;md
other banking business in llie territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE   BRANGH-A.    H.    ALLEN. IMO/?.
Send Your Orders
Tu iln- rndersipied lor
Famous Gait Coal
Fire, Lite and Accident Insurance
l'ull particulars of select bulldire
. iv en upon appllcatlor
Oi    ■   li 11  *'t  tin-   ofll *■   for  hay
,in*! grain, promptly attended to
W. B. Robertson
Great V\ 1 il Perinani nl Loan
Company Agency
Still in Business
We nre neadqijnrtera lor
Pacific Coast Tested Seeds
and Roses,Shrub? ,Ghinese(
Japan, bVenchand Holland
Bulbs and Ornamentals,
also Implements, Bee Supplies. Spray rumps, Fertilizers and* small fruits.
Catalogue Free.
M.  J.  HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -   Manager
FOR SALE
Hay, Oats, Wheat,Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESON & CO.
nii*'K'i.:   Cor,   McKenzie Ave.
ami sixoMi Strhht
PHONU   73.
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WAITED
NOTIOB.
Revelstoke Land District.
Distiict ot  WcHt  Kootenay.
Tako notice that I, Mazol i'oyo of
Nelson, 11. Cl., occupation Spinster,
Intend to apply tor permission to
purcliaHO tho following described
lauds:
Commencing at a post plaate-1 at
the S. W. corner ol Lot IIM), thence
east 2D' chains, thence south 20
chains, thenco west 20 chains, more
or leass to lako shore, thenoe f.ii.'ow
ing the lake shore in a northerly ilir
ection to point of commjuctimrnt,
containing 40 acres more jr lines.
HAZEL TO\E.
A. V. Lucjs, Ai,i r.i.
Dated  Nov.  14. 1910. .'.'.26
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application for
tho issue ot a duplicate Certificate of
Titlo to an undivided i of lot 4949,
Group 1, except 19 4-10 acres.
Notice is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at tho expiration of one month after the first pub
lieation hereof a duplicate of the
Certificate of Title to tho aliovo men
tioned lands in the name of Thomas
Kilpatrick, which Certificate is dated
the 26th February, 1907, and number
ed 6612A.
Samuel R. Roo,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Office, Nelsun, B.C.,
November 3rd. 1910.
NOTICE.
Rovolstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice tbat I, Etlic '.Vyt. o
Nelson, B. C, occupation Spinster,
intend to apply for permist on to
purchase the following lusc.ibed
lands:
Commencing at a post piaited
about 8U chains south of tho S. W.
corner of Lot 1139, thenco cast 20
chains, thence north 60 chains, theuce
west 20 chains more orless to lake
shore, thence following the lako
shore in a southerly direction to
point of commencement, containing
120 acres more or less
EFFIE  fOYll.
A. V. Lucas,  A*.   ni.
Dated Nov. 14, 1910. -     N.26
NOTICK
RevelBtoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that William Drown, ot
Revelstoke, B. C, occupation, Clerk,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase tbe following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the north west corner ot lot 6140,
marked W. B. south west corner post
theuce east 40 chains, thenco north
40 chains, thenco west 411 chains,
thence south 40 chains to point ol
commencement.
Dated Dec. 19th, 1910.
WILLIAM BROWN,
Per F. W. Torry, Agent.
FOR SALE—Rhode Island Reds, one
2 year old Cock, 5 Hens and Ii Pul- I
lets; including 1st Cock and 1st I
and 3rd prize Hens ut our Fall
Fair. Same are now laying. A
good chance to start right tn Reds
Apply to Jno.  J. Dovlne.
MAGIC LANTERN und Slides for
sale, good outfit, cheap. Thomas
Plimley,   Victoria,  B.  0,
PRINTING PRBBSBS—Gordon Job
ber, for sale, cheap. Thomas
Plimley,  Victoria, B. C.
WANTED—A Resident agent to write
Fire Insurance in thc District, only
good producer need apply, giving
full      particulars with credentials;
good    commiBHion. Applications
to be forwarded to A. I,. Cardin,
505, Dominion Trust Building,
Vancouver, B. C.
FOR SALE—Piano now at railway
station near here will ho sacrificed
for $250, cash. Never been used.
Lady unable to keep it. Apply
In in hi instanco Mrs. Mungoam,
2040, Columbia Btreet, Vancouver,
B. C.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tako notice that Mary Cornelius
lin'.'!.. of Lethbridge, occupation,
married woman, intendB to apply for
permission to purchase thc following
described lnnds.
Commencing at a post planted at
ihe south enst corner of lot 7045,
marked M.C.B. north cast corner
post, theino west 40 chains to the
Hoe of lot 2453, thenco south along
Hiiid line about -40 chains to the lino
of lot .^300, thenco cast 40 chains
along said line, thence north 40
chains to point of commencement.
Dated Dec. 16th,  1910.
MARY CORNELIUS BROOK,
Per F. W. Terry, Agent.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs ol all kinds neatly done
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates given on any class
of work
Front       Street.
A wile beater at Belleville, Ont., wai
seutonced to receive ten lashes.
A young French youth named
Bengide lias been arrested at Regina
ou a charge ol murdering a woman in
France.
Arctic explorer Captain Robert E.
Peary has been retired with the rank
ol a rear edmira' in the engineer corpB
of the U.S. navy He will receive
16,000 a year.
Three children were burned to
death in a lire in the K.lmwood Biib-
llvlalon ol Winnipeg.
Hundreds are snid to lie dying ol
the Bubonic plapuo in Manchuria.
Several thousand coal miners in
Columbus, Ohio, will probably be
irdered out on strike.
Judge Rul'son's finding in the
Shearer investigation nt Winnipeg ie
being withheld. I: is thought to con
stitutea serious knock for the city.
Building Inspector Harrison, ot
Calgary, expectB thnt the city's building estimates this year will reach
$111,000,000.
General Manager Travers, ol the
Farmer's Bank, pleaded guilty to
three charges, one ol which is stealing
$40,000 from the bank.
JohnS Sayre, injured in an automobile accident at Calgary, died Friday
morning nl blood poisoning.
Tbe Pullan Paper Stock Co., ol
Wiuuipeg, suffered a loss of $10,000 by
fire.
Twelve sailors were urowned in the
wreck oi tbe steamer Mariaruss off
Norden.
Wilson Dennis, of Nelson, was shot
by a 8wede, named Erie Thramstrom,
alter a quarrel.
Mounted police will patrol Windsor,
Ont., to prevent undesiiables from
entering Canada.
Two thousand Canadian troops will
attend tbe coronation in June.
A 13-year-old boy was killed in
Vancouver while coasting on a beb
sled.
Four persons were killed and 18
injured in a wreok ol tbe New York
Limited, at Batavia, N. V.
Premier Laurier declined to make
any statcmeut regarding tbe reci
procity negotiations at tbe opening of
tbe house at Ottawa.
Real estate men of Winnipeg protest against separation of local
improvement and general   assessment
taxes,
The Pennsylvania Capitol fraud
prosecutions have ended, over a million dollarB having been restored.
Judge Wiilnrd, of Minnesota, has
issued a ruling tbat saloons can open
in Indian territory in tbe State,
The Live Stock Shippeis' Associ
ation i xpress determination to
prosecute the railroads lor neglect ol
cattle.
A bye-election is pending in tbe
Hornecastle, of Lincolnshire, as a
result of an elevation to the peerage.
A number ol railway routes in
Western Cauada bave been offered by
the Minister ol Railways.
A party of thirty-lour colored persons irom Oklahoma have arrived at
Edmonton to take up land.
Five men were killed by an explosion ol the G. T. P. at tbe harbor
grade at Prince Rupert.
Fire destroyed a large Bection ol tbe
village cl Ryley, Aiu eutailinga loss
of $20,000.
Precautions will be taken to pre
vent the lauding ol anarchists in
Canada.
Two English estates will piy over
$16,000,000 to the exchequer in death
dues.
An Alberta branch of the St. John
ambulance has been formed at Edmonton,
A Toronto j iry awarded $2,500
damages in a breach ol promise  case
The Canadian credit men have
decided to engage an insurance expert.
The imposition of tingle tai at
Edmonton is having good results.
Admiral Schley believes that Dr.
Cook reached tbe North Pole.
Eddie McOoorly and Jack Dillon
(ought to a draw in Winnipeg.
Fifty persons were killed iu a recent
earthquake in Russia.
Harry Young, lost in tbe recent
blizzard at Brandon, will probably be
crippled lor liie.
Tbe British Islei wire iwept by a
fierce storm last Thursday,  occasioning much damage on land and sea.
Tbe Balmoral hotel, at lethbridge,
was destroyed by fire.
A seam of bituminous coal three
feet in width, bai been discovered
right in tbe heart of New Alberni.
Three babies left alone in the house
at Minneapolis were burned to dealh.
Calgary's assessment this year will
probably be about $40,000,000.
Nearly $2,000,000 has been sub-
icribeJ   to   erect   50   or 60 Y.M.C.A.
buildings in foreign countries.
Tbe body of Frank Lobinski aged
"0 and lielieved to bare been a miser,
was fu'iiui iu the yard ol hii home
near Wesley, Ont., with hit head
beaten in with a hammer.
Acoording to despatches from Washington tbe outlook for the consummation ol a reciprocity treaty ia
gloomy.
Tbe Dominion government lands in
the Peace River distriot are not (or
sale but are held lor homesteads.
Two passengers were hurt by flying
glass in a street car collision on Portage Avenue west in Winnipeg.
A petition is to be circulated
throughout Manitoba asking that
hotel bars be banished.
Two railway companies are seeking
charters at Ottawa to build lines to
Hudson Bay.
Tbe C.P.R. may build another line
across tbe prairies with a terminus at
Btratboona,
Wm. F. Smith an old timer ol
Portage Plaim is dead.
Tbe steel rolling mills at Hamilton
were burned to the extent of   $20,000,
Vancouver electorate has authorized the issue of debentures (or publio
improvements totalling $2,600,000 and
has voted down proposed expenditure
totalling $946,000.
Winnipeg board of control bai
served an ultimatum on the street
railway that unlets the service on
certain routes is improved the clause
enforcing a fine oi $10 a day will be
worked.
In a fast hockey game Nelson beat
Grand Forks by a score of seven goals
to four.
Jas. Dobbson a Listowel man cut
bis throat with a razor.
Calgary board ol trade is asking
$30,000 lor publicity purposes.
Passengers on the steamer Megantic
persistently relnse to occupy tbe
berth which Tr. Crippen used, and it
is now being used as a storeroom.
One of the maids in charge ol the
fifth floor al the Royal Alexandra
hotel, Winnipeg, dropped dead.
President Talt hai recommended
an appropriation ol $5,000,000 to initiate work on proposed defenoea oi Panama canal.
A man signing himself A. Cummings is said to bave cashed a number
o( bogus cheques in Brandon.
Tbe (eativities in
the coronation will
to June 30.
Four member! of the Brandon
hockey team  have been proven guilty
ol professionalism.
Ia Vigie, published in Quebec, declares that Jesuit Fathers are aiding
the Nationalists.
A mixed oommiuion hat been appointed at Lisbon to settle the big
railway Btrike.
Professor Cerebontain, an Italians
has invented a number oi wonderful
wireless machine!.
A fire in an apartment house In
Winnipeg resulted in the lots ol about
$600 and severe burns and Irottbite,
to tenants.
It ii said tbat there are over 200
caset ol soarlet lever in Winnipeg.
BaroD Swaythllog, a noted British
banker, ie dead at London.
Five persons were killed in a natural gas explosion at Connelsville, Pa,
Eleven penons were killed and
severely injured in a riot at  Bombay.
John B. Mullain, (or 45 yean a
resident ol the western prairies, ii
dead.
connection with
be (rom June 19
LOST—By a little girl, from her
pocket book, $60.00 in bank bills,
between C. B. Hume'i store and
tbe Club, last night about 6:30 p.m.
Tbe finder will be rewarded on returning tbe money to 0. B. Hume'i
Store. THE   MAILHEEALD, BBVBLSTOKH
Corporation of tlio City ol'
Revelstoke
PROCLAMATION
CoroopatiQii of tiie Eity or Sei
Financial Statement and Balance Sheet for the
Year Ending December 31st, 191D
A vacancy having occurred in the
City Council, public notice is hereby
given to the Eli ctors of the Muniei
pal ity nf Itevelstoke, that I ri'i|ulre
the presen    * nd el 'dors nl ilm
i'ti> I'l-r,. b office, City llllll, McKenzie Vvebue In the said cil y, on the 18ih
.Lm in y. i*i] I n i*' ,* clock noon,
fm 'li" pn |i '-, - ; eh ' ing perinns to
represent thi u * I he municipal council ii- Aldi   ui.hi in \V ml i Inc.
The in nominal, i  cniidi-
il.u. - -i,,,; lie as b Unu -;
The cai hall  be  nominated
in writing! iln* writing shall be sub
-n il., ii li;. twu vote] - nl llm iimini'i
palil J as |>. Jposei -uul -i'1'niiili'i*, nml
-:. ill ; ■ teUvervd to lhe Roturning
i' ■■: il ai > ; im" between the date
of ihi*- ii"' i uni - p. in of thi' day
of nomination; .nnl in the event nf a
pull being necessary, such pull will
■ * opi * il "ii Sal uni,iy. 21sl ni January, 1911, in the City Clerk's office, in
th>'l'i:y ni Revelsti ke, and kepi open
between 'In* hour nf nun- o'clock in
ibe forenoon ami the lii'iu* nf seven
o'clock in lh'* afternoon, im taking
and recording iln-- votes of the electors
of the said City, nf » hicb evei y person
s hereby required to take notice nml
govern himself accordingly
The persons qualified in be nominated fnr ami elected as Aldermen
shall be -mii pei-nn- as un' male
British subjects of the full age nl'
twenty-one years ami arc nol ilis
qualified under any Iuu. ami have
been tm tin- six months next preceding tin- day "i nomination tlm
registered owner in Un* Land Registry
Office, of land oi real property in tlm
City of the assessed value, on tin- lust
Municipal Assessment Hull, nf Five
Hundred Dollars or more ami above
any registered judgment or charge,
ami whn are otherwise qualified as
municipal voters.
Every  candidate nominated   shall
signify  by   a   writing accompanying
the nomination paper  bis consent  to
such    nomination,  except   in      case
such person be  absent  from the municipality when such absence shall be
■  :.il in tbe nomination pupcr.
Every    candidate  nominated    for
Mayo; nr Aldermen s' ill.  nn nf  before ilu-1-" ni ni:: p, in. ni tin- day of
nomination,   furnish   tin'    Returning
Officer with a  statement  in   writing,
specifying the  land nr real property
upon which he qualifies,
(liven nmlei my h ind ai Uevelstoke
this 16th day of January, IIMI.
CHAS. J, A.MAN,
Returning Ollicer.
Opera House
TUESDAY. UR. U
MASON BROS.
brig I's Gn Ucsl
UNCLE TOM'S
CABIN COMPANY
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Upon  Principal Streets
Popular Prices
To His Worship thk Mayor ami Aldermen
Citv ok Revelstoke, B. C.
Gentlemen: We have pleasure in submitting herewith statement of Cash Receipts and
Expenditure for the year ending 31st December, L910, ami Balance Sheet as at 3ls1 December, 1910, duly certified by us.
The proceeds of the Debentures for $50,000, issued during the past year wers applied in paying the Bank Loans and other liabilities as stated al the time when the By-law
was submitted I'm- your approval.
The Finances of the City are now on a proper business Imsis. The Cash ami Bank
Balances at the close of the year amounted to $1856.38 in additian to monies paid out for
Debenture T.   All ihe currenl liabilities had also been paid.
Reported by,
W, T. Stein & Co., Chartered Accountants.
i iiy Auditors.
Kevelstoke, 11. C, ,">th .lanuary, IUU.
CASH RECEIPTS  KOR VKAH 1010
TAXATION
Heal Property Tax, 1010     $20,140 18
^^^^^^^^^^        Arrears
Llieni Improvement Tax, llllll
" "       'Arrears	
Tax Sale Costs	
RondTax	
Trailf License..	
L'qnoi' Licenses	
|)i ik Tax	
13,1)0(1 '.'2
I,:li11 :il
1,'ill'.] Uli
llll Ti
s'22 TH
1,88] .",11
i700 im
•110 00
CASH  EXPENDITURES KOR VEAR 1010
I'.Ai.ANt lis AT JANUARY   1ST,  1010
li.uili Overdriifl     $31,882 27
Less Cash nn hand $18,580 28
Debenture .1 uocl ..    1.7U7 10
20,327 03
_   $50,838 ul
rrr.i.ir
Kine. 	
Weighing Pees   .  ,
Pound ""ees	
Cemetery Receipts
Cemetery  Accounts received
sI'Nliltlli:
Inleresl nn Arrears of Taxes
Tax Sale Surplus	
Sundry Receipts	
Rents	
Inleresl nil Savings Hank nee
Machinery sold and Hire of
Machinery	
Sewer Connections	
i.U'HTV
..    $ S.l17 80
•Jiiii 10
15 50
111 00
52 50
8,032 0"
1 115 50
SII 17
•_'ii lis
37 10
1,500 71
in 75
an 75
310 80
TliMI'ollAHV  LOAN
From Molsons Hank	
siinini .
Government Grant        0,700 00
ifor Imililinn i      15,00!) 90
3,717 08
15,000 (Hi
21.700 uu
Water ami Lighl Surplus.
ll 010 18
PRocf.Etia in
iii'ii
IBNTI i. lis
Debenture U,$80,000 ,...,
V, $27,000
20,H'21 23
!i(l.r, 15 'lii
W, $">u. i
is.'.si; -c;
105,222 72
CEMEKT BLOCKS
M11.0I I •; • " • i  foi I     r UtM    '   v   . *  UuMI
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AKD FIRE  C?!CX
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Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
C.P.R. Timetable
WESTBOUND.
N .  1,  arrives     C.45 a.m.,  departs
J • ' a.m.
No.   .'",  arrives 6:15 p.m., departs,
, iii-
i:\htikii; nd.
';*    ■, m i   Inlght,    do-
arts  12:45  midn
96,  ni i Ives ■ IJ a.m., <li;inrts,
t ii a. m.
Boutl   ' ruin leave   Revelstoke nt 9
fl   ui., tu'.'-vii Uevelstoko 5:2' p.m.
$11,IIUI III
IDSIINIHTRATIVK
Flection Expenses.
Postage and Telegrams.
Printing and Stationery..
Oliiee  Expenses	
Salaries	
Audit	
Interest Paid	
Fuel	
Janitor ami S i|i]ilies	
Legal Kxpenses  	
Guarantee 1! mil	
M isi'l llalleims   	
Registration of By-laws ..
Advertising 	
Printing By-laws	
Commission on Ruad Tax.
Telephone	
lily Hall Repairs    	
Typewriter	
Consolidation uf By-laws *
Office Furniture	
121 15
1112 UU
112 15
153 75
3,117(1 20
202 .Ml
2,001 (III
107 30
200 21
500 si I
in 00
32 .SS
20 711
iu till
20 8 I
Tli in
till (III
■J! I 55
7il (III
IU 00
11 75
u.niitl 03
I'llll.II'   SU'KTV
Health Account . .  ■
Small Pox Expenditure	
Plumbing Inspector	
Police Salaries	
Police General Expenses   .
Police Signal 	
Police Clothing     	
Fuel fm Jail
Special Police
.1 iii Maintenance .
Jail Furniture
Magistrate's S ilary
llli|U,*sls.
Dog Tugs
I'* innli'l \
Firemen Payments
Fire Brigade Equipment
i       Rail up keep
Fire HallCaretakei
Fire Alarm. .
Fil enn n l*'x[n ii-"-
Flremeu Acci lent In
ti .> ,i,i
2.117 05
381 80
5.131 211
ss] 32
1 35
280 15
85 00
illli 2d
S2I -111
2 05
iu: is
iu nl
12 11
:; im
1,211 Tn
830 52
082 22
171 50
232 28
lis  in
.''ni 00
ITill.li    CHARITY
210 15
701 i»i
220 21
i nN\ EX1I
SSI 1*.
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3,358 11
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217 50
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Is ;,!
173 23
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1*1(1 85
112 5(1
12 85
iii   II)
15,010 21
1 iiii 80
.1 5ol
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Balance Sheet as at December 31st, I9IO
LIABILITIES
Municipal 	
Water and Light.,  ..
Local Improvement  .
IU UKNTlllliS   ISSUED
  $820,800 till
117.UUU 00
..    117,57'! 28
$505,371 28
•II,Sill 88
ASSETS
ASSETS    AYAH.Mil K
Arrears nf Taxes   $ 12,451 03
Arrears nf Taxes Local Imp.
Sinking Fund Arommts	
SUNDRY i Itlil'ITillis
(ii, Open Account  *   IIIHf'
Tax Sale Surplus	
Ni-wToi 1 -i""i
(1
i mk
'
|,6flfl II
*; 27
.
<     In
ill,
1,11',
|J    1
i ii nii il
VV   i    -
i li.
ft ('ii.,
iH',.,1    \
151 IS
1.2IIS 30
si'KriAI. 1IATK ACCOUNTS
Debenture K           ''151 01
Debenture Q   "!:i -'
Debenture II     |:in ll7
Debenture S  IS'- ™
KI'ltl'I.UB   All OUST
Being   excess  of  ussels  over
liilliililin.   	
1,1127 02
5,780 37
Cash on band	
Molsons Hank	
Sundry Debtors	
I'NI.iXI'I'iNlil'ili BALANCKH
Debenture K  $   2,372 13
Spceiiil Rate K   1,055 KI
Debenture Q  815 18
Debouture S  281 (II
Debenture U   0,855 72
Advance Debenture T  1,440 3!
0,025
77
	
$22,383 70
280 27
1.600 11
lul 00
$37,855 3D
ASSKTS  NOT AVAILABLE
ADMINIH'I HATIVK
City   Hall  $    1,7(10 (H)
Ollice Furniture        1,100 00
5,800 00
I'l'lll.ll   SAI'ITY
Jail	
I'lie Halls	
Fire Ahum System	
Firu Brigade ISipilpmonl
Isolation Hospital	
Other Properties	
4,700 uu
o,:i."iu iki
ii.ii'io uu
3,800 00
llllll uu
Loun uo
2,0350 iki
BTUBIiTS AND B1UUWALK8
In   terms  of See.   03 and I'll
Viet. Chap. I'.I  $ 211,00(1 00
Oonuretc sidewalks  lis,22U 05
Boulevard'  8,500 00
Equipment  2,i"i(Kl 00
s  7 200 03
  100,080 80
  1,300 00
Sewers	
Land Purchased,
100.110 00
I'l'lll.lli INDUSTRIES,  WATER,  I.IOHT AND POWER
Capital Expenditure,
Hook Debts 	
271,038 7S
7,528 71
$011,810 25
PUBLIC EDUCATION
School   Sites, Buildings  and
Furniture  01,0115 51
SINKING  I't'Mi INVESTMENT
Savings Hank Account  11,81(1 38
$1111.8111 IK)
Revelsloke, B, ('., Jan. 5th, 1011,
Certified Correct,
W. T* Stein ft Co.,
Chartered Accountants.
Profit and Loss Account
WATER  ANO l.tolIT Dlil'AI TMENT
$ 12.I1D (HI
25,670 81
2,830 35
807 "•".
50 uu
The City Schools
STATEMENT SCHOOL EXPENDITURE, 1010
Revenue from  Watei
Light.
Power	
.Meter Rents
Tap'ng .Mains
Inst. Kixtur's
538 00
Discounts,.
Printing and Stationery  ....
Electric I!, fc M	
Water It. ft M	
Sain lies	
Electric H..VM,  City	
Repairs to Tools	
Coal Service	
Fuel, Oas Plant	
Repairs to Flume	
Fuel for Power House	
Street Lighting  	
Pipe Thawing	
Siding Rents	
Insurance 	
Postage anil Telegrams	
Gov. Inspection Meters	
Interest on Municipal Debens
Rebates
6,551 25
iill su
1,803 85
7111 35
8,451 05
150 13
50
30 IKI
1,llilil  15
113 HI
■172 20
30 45
11 55
211 UO
1.113 III
05 IK)
512 50
1.250 00
12 ."ill
Balance Profit      18,428 80
$4,232,653
Expenditure
Teachers  	
Janitor	
Secretary
Fuel
Repairs
Furnishings
Grounds
Rent 	
Printing
Medical
Insurance
Supplies	
Incidental	
Preliminary expenses of
new sohool, cost of
by-law,   advertising.
lenders, etc	
Pub. School
$10,515 u*i
Lllo uu
88 iki
003 17
B59 22
1,037 (KI
28 (ill
iinil OU
21 3(1
85 50
184 17
8IKI 21
I'M 50
lli„'h School
$2,840 00
120 00
12 (Ki
111 00
78 80
577  10
SH'.,2lli 00
DI 40
03 111
3,800 St
$4,232,653
18,128 SO
By Hal nice Profit 	
Disposed nf as follows:
Paid to General Fund       11.010 18
Paid for W. and L. plnnl ,etc.       8,509 08
$18,128 811   $18,128 80
In.additlon to the above profit of $18,428.86, lbe
city has had free of cost, municipal and street lighting In the amount of $5,154.10, aad nlso lbe free use
nl waler.
1 hereby certify that the above figures are a true
and correct exhibit of school expenditures for year
liiiu.
U.   tloWSON,
('bail man.
T. W, Bradshaw,
Secretary.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
• i ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that  James Peters, ol
Niittlclil,    England,  occupation, brick
nl .    in   apply  lor   pcrmis-
ii  in  jinn base the following     tlc-
.  1   lalnls.
Commencing al  a  posl   planted   nt
*  i  coi net  ni ini  8686,
• i E .1 P, south cast corner
i b< in'      -ve i   t wciiiy i ii.i.n ,
' hence     noi th   forty   chains, tbi ace
ha i      ' ii u'i' i "iilh for-
to p nut ol ' 'iiiiiin ncement.
Dated  Decembei  .'Uli,  run.
.1 IMKH PETERS,
Pi i  i*'i i'i, ''. Toi i y, Agent,
NOTICE
Land  lini.i 11
... ■;  Kootenay.
' •■!■ nun  i, ,\. ,i. McDonell
i:    C, occupation,
1 * tend tn     apply
"' i   f'.i  inai nn I
pBtl "i*   in   "li   tin-   loll  'Wing     .*. i rllie.l
lands,
1   'mnn ie Ing    iii     ii   post      planted
nlu,rn nii  nf      Arrow
ii   C, and "ii the south   side
ol Cranberry Creek and opposite the
ol   a  !  i roek; them e went mi
111 *,  III. lue
i ii .1   80 ' hfl n  ,  Hn in '■  nm tli 8*0 chains
in  nil   i.ln  0
ii.iini Un * i Uh day ol Dec, 1910,
,\.    ,1      Ml ll'illell,    l.lHIIt.il .
l'cr J. o. Bradley, Agent.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Land District
District ot West Kootenay,
Take  Notice that  1,   D.  McCarthy,
nf   Revelstoke,   B,   O,,   occupation,
Contractor, Intend to npply     for   a
I iei use to  prospect [or coul nnd petroleum     mi  the  following    described
lands.
Commencing nt a post planted
about tlnce mill's Sfiuth of Arrowhead, 11. ('., and on flic Smith side
ol Cranberry Creek and opposite the
mouth nf sunt neck, thence cast 80
chains, thence south 80 uhans, thonce
west SO chains, thence north 80
chains, in nil 640 acres.
Dated this llth day ,,f llec., 1810.
1). McCarthy, Locator.
Per J. O.  llradlcy, Agent.
LAND     ACT     NOTICE.
Uevelstoke Lund District.
District ol West  Kootenay.
Take notice that II. Vi. Crawford,
of Qorrard, B. O., occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lunds:
Commencing nt n post planted ten
chnins Irom the south east corner of
Fullmer's Pre-emption, Lot 7491,
thence west 40 chains along the south
boundary of Lot 7491, thenco Bouth
20 ehains, thenco enst 4(1 chains,
thence north 20 chnins to point ol
commencement. Containing eighty
ucres more or less. Located by,
HECTOR WALKER CKAWFURD.
Dated December 2nd, 1910.
NOTICE
In the   Matter ol   the    Estate     ol
Eleanor  N,  Tapping,  deceased.
Pursuant   to   the   directions   of   Ills
Honor  Jddgc  Km in,   Local   Judge ol
In* Bupreme Court,     Sealed Tenders
V.HI    lie  received  by  the  undersigned
up to anfl including thc 23rd January
iui, tor the purchase of an undivided one ball Intere i In and to   Lots
une nn I  Two   ii   Block  Twelve,  Plan
i ::i,, Revelsti
Date.! tbi   nn January, 1911,
Vi. E,  Mil.AL'CHLIN,
Deputy Registrar Supremo
it. Court, Revelstoke, D. C.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke  Lund  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Silas Mnddork
Brook, of Lcthhridgc, occupation,
Merchant, intends to npply for permission to purchnBC the following do-
scribed lands.
Commencing nt a post planted at
tho south east corner of ot 704,1,
nnd marked S.M.U north west post,
thence south 40 chains, thenco oast
in chains, thence north III chains,
thence west 40 chains to poiut of
commencement.
Dated Dec. Kith, 1910,
SILAS MADDOCK UHOOK.
I'ii F. Vi. Terry, Agent, THE   MAIL-HEEALD,    EEVELSTOKE
!
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January Bargains
In All Departments
Revelstoke's Department Store
C g. Hume S Co.. limited
Mail    or    Telephone    your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.     Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
A Great Snap in
Boys' Overcoats
We are closing out our line of Hoys'
Winter Overcoats at prices whieh it vvill
pay you to investigate. Some of these
lines are away below cost, and all are in
first-class condition.
Full Length Overcoat-Gray stripe
tweed, velvet collar, sizes 34 and 35.
Regular $9 now $5.25.
Same style as above, sizes 30 to 33.
Regular $7, now $4.50.
Same as above, size 29 only. Regular
$6.50, now §4.
Full Length Overcoat—Dark stripe
tweed, high Prussian collar; sizes 34 and
35.   Regular $9, now $5.25.
Same as above, size 29. Regular
$7.50. now $4.50.
Full length overcoat—brown tweed,
high Cossack collar, sizes 30 and 31.
Regular $11, now $6.25.
Full length overcoat—Gray cloth,
sizes 24, 26, 30.   Regular $5, now $3.
Boys' Pea Jackets-Heavy stripe
tweed, a beauty, sizes 30 to 34. Regular
$7.50, now $4.25.
Same as above, size 28. Regular $6,
now 53.50.
Boys' Pea Jackets—Heavy blue beaver
cloth, double breasted, sizes 28 to 32.
Regular 16, now $4.
Same as above, sizes 23 to 26. Regular $4.50. now $3.25.
Boys' Reefers—Heavy gray frieze,
sizes 21 to 24.   Regular $4, now $2 50.
Coffee and Tea
Are you getting the value for your
money in your Teas and Coffees. Try a
pound of our Mocha and Java wnole roast
Coffee and you will be satisfied that you
have received full value for your money.
In this department our customers demand
the best, and by the increase in our sales,
we know we satisfy their demand.
Always a special value of 3 lbs.
of Coffee or 3 lbs. of Black Tea in bulk
for
ONE DOLLAR
We are stock taking this month and have weeded
out many desirable lines that we are clearing at attractive prices in all the Departments.
In the Dry Goods Department there is a huge pile
of Remnants that will entice almost any one. Odds and
ends of almost everything sold by the yard. The price
and length is on each piece. Come ana pick them over.
Sure to be something you need.
Misses Suits
Five Only small women
or Misses Suits "North-
way tailored" goods worth
$15 to $25. You will need
to get here early Thursday
to secure one at the price.
Any one for
$9.50
Silk Underskirts
A clean up of our Fancy
English Moireen Silk Underskirts or Petticoats, all
colors and Black. Beautifully made skirts, and the
price now is a strong attraction. They sold at
$7.50 to $9.50. You can
select yours at
$4.75
Get It at Hume s
Hand Cl
eaners
Ten cases of the fam-
aus Boss hand cleaner on
special Bargain Sale on
Tuesday and Wednesday
of next week, Jan. 10th
and llth, at only 10c- per
can. This cleaner compares with "Snap," which
is sold at 20c per can. Be
sure you get a quantity.
For two days only
10 Cents Per Can
Flour and Feed
Remember we are headquarters for all kinds of
flour, wheat, oats, bran,
shorts and chops. You
can save money by buying
your supply at once.
Fancy Ribbon Sale
500 Yards of Fancy Ribbons go on sale Thursday,
4 to 6 inches wide, all colors; some Moires, Stripes,
Plaids, etc. They are 50c
to 75c, Ribbons. Get them
while they last at only
25c.  per yard
Handkerchiefs
A collection of odd and
ends of our Handkerchief
stock, mostly fine soft
Mulls, with neat 1-8 inch
hemstitch border. They
are all in one lot at
3 for 25c.
Get It at Hume's
Drygoods Dept.
Second Floor
Sale of Dishes
We are sorting up our
Crockery and China before Stock-Taking and
have a few odd lines which
we are offering at a bargain. See our table of
cups and saucers, tea sets,
dinner sets, vases, bowls
and other articles. If you
need anything in these
lines get them now while
they are cheap.
Fruit and Candy
Come in and inspect
our Fruit and Candy. A
large and varied stuck to
choose from.
Get It at Hume's
Neck Ruchings
New Neck Ruchings,
at 10c. the frill. Almost
all the kinds that are in
use are in this lot, all
clipped ends, plenty for
frills for any person, at
per frill only
10c. per Frill
J
apanese
Silk
Japanese Silks, 20 in.
wide, a good variety of
colors for linings and
trimmings at
1 c. pe- yd
Towel Clearance
A clearing of towels —
White Turkish, Colored
Turkish, Honeycomb Cotton Towels, all at
10c.
Blankets, Comforts
There is nothing that
gives you the same satisfaction as fine, light and
warm bed covering; you
get this satisfaction when
you buy a Maish Laminated cotton Down Comfort
We have a choice range of
these goods, also a line of
pure white Lambs Wool
Comforts which excel
anything on the market
to-day.
Lmol
moieum
Try a Queen Alexandra
blanket, the best the market affords, at $5 to $7 per
pair.
See our Linoleums and
Carpet Squares before
purchasing elsewhere.
Felt Slippers at
a Bargain
Just now when you need them we will
put about one hundred and twenty-five
pairs of Ladies' Felt Slippers on the Bargain Table. They are all this seasons
goods and all in first class condition; they
comprise some of our choicest lines of
Felt and Velvet Juliettes.
Ladies' sizes 3 to 7, regular price
$1.75, Sale Price 95c. per pair.
A small line of Children's and Misses
Felt Slippers will be cleared at 35c. per pr.
Hats at a F
rice
We have gone through our hat stock
and taken out all broken lines. These
comprise some of the nobbiest of the present season's blocks. Without regard to
cost they will all be put on the bargain
table at one price. All colors and shapes
in beth Soft and Stiff Hats. Sizes 6s to 1\
Commencing   Wednesday
the price will be
$1.50 Each
GetH
ume s l rices
r,
B
Breakfast FoocL
You always want a nice cereal for
Breakfast during this winter weather. We
are always ready to cater to the public
with all the Breakfast Foods on the
market. If you want it ready for use we
have Malta Vita, Huffed Rice. Grape Nut,
Wheat Berries, Shreaded Wheat Biscuits,
Toasted Corn Flakes. Orange Meat and
Biscuits, and if you want food to cook we
have Quaker Rolled Oats, Cream of Wheat
Pettijohn's Breakfast Gem, Carnation
Wheat Flakes, Cornmeal, Wheat Ground
and Rolled Oats. All the purest and finished goods on the market.
GET IT AT HUME'S
Dry Goods Department
Second Floor
Take   the  Elevator
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ^d Arrowhead
Watch the Windows
for Special Lines
During January THE     jyrA.IL IIER-A-LID, BEVELSTOKU
Ht-fcJ*.*.- ffcW.'JWIWI'illL' ■*.!<«« .h.%>
January Clearing- Prices
UNLOADS   ALL   SURPLUS   STOCK
ta»:.X*««i.«
Ladies' Coats
Ladles lli-'li tirade Imported flouts, $23
Sale Prii . $ltl. $10.50 onea for 161'-, tfltl
ones foi .Sl 1*
Furs for Everybody
All new tbis season, in facl a few of tlinso
K ra arrived too late fm \ inas i Ine set of
l- iliella Fc v. regular $7ii, now $51)! I Bel of
Isahella Sable, regular $85, now $22, I Bel
i ,f Maiii,**i. regular $111. now $10. Marmot
Stole $:i.i §U nnd $10.
Misses (irey Persian Dumb Collar. Kegular
.-1 .       S  kv 81.
Misses Grey  Persian  Lamb MulT.   Regular
Si! '. '.    N'on si
Underwear
Turnlmll's Natui tl Wool, Ladies Vesta nnd
drawers at 90.;.each.
Ladles   Heavy   llibbed   Underweav  ul  .'!•">»•-
i h.
Full range * i Cbildieu's I n '. nwcar ut .s.clc
*
Overcoats
.Men's b,'..\ y ('mils.    ItBglllur $1S,    Now $12,
flood Ovi'iroiil, #11.50.    Now $7.
1 lnv*-(lv, lrnats .-uul Kci'l'fis all   In  uleflr  al
Silo Piicw.
Velvet Cord Coats
To lit children from 8 to 5,   Sale Price$2 50.
IVIisses Heavy Coats
Regu'ar Piice, *'," 50.    Now $1.
Ladies Hosiery
20 dozen moio Ladles' Onshmera Hose   10c.
Sale i'i ic ,■   l pairs for $1,
BlanketsI Blankets!
Jusl to I I 111) nails while  blankets  pii.vci
at $1, $0, $7.£ll alld .Sin pel* pan
(mucin Our Clearing Sale,     burgiiins bore
for i*vi*i\ bedy,
REID ®, YOUNG
V*.
1911 Diaries
A complete range of
Otlice and Pocket
Diaries, all sizes and
prices.   See them at
Macdanald'sDruyStore
Prescriptions Filled Promptly
WHITE   CLCVER   HONEY
Wc have juM rirce vert a shipment ol White Clovei (Tom v put up iu
live lh cans, which \\\ will gunrmtUe to he ahsolutelv Pure Moiie>,
mul as li is is the seasim for houe\ we wouUl advise you to trv thia U
voa wish to £C\ the g( uuine ni tic e.
WAGSTAFFE'S   JAMS
The nnine "Wc    laffi fur its 'fin regard to quality.    \V   have
i n*.1;  . snrtm  in   *  ll hi lu.ling   Straw berry i Raipl
Peach. Plum, Ulack Cuiruut and Ap icot,
A. HOBSON,        Baker and G ocer.
a bh—^— w—-mT-Tir«toT"^i",*«r*jir?r
(imll musio at the  Kink Thursday
n it In —I'.i'h.
II you wanl a carpel or 1'lig re
iiicniiici* Howson's sale is coming.
llm cl nt Kink Tl urndiiy nigli! —
I'.i li inst.
Howson & Oo. will |uit a salt' ol
carpels an.I furniture on before re
moi Ing In their new block,
\ woman once asked, much distressed
Which is the host coal here, nut
West,
Bhehoard everyone shout, why, without  any iloiilit,
nubbin's Lethbrldgo is cheapest nn.l
best.
That's just why su many folks call
\i  Bobbin's for coal, big and small;
It's such a delight, and  lho price is
j.ist right,
And     yuii    get a B-quaro 'leal   there
that's all,
J, A, Morgan, who Ib conceded to
havo Boine ol the beBl prize poultry
in UevolBtoko, made a remarkably
line showing With Ins hinls nt Yic-
torla and Vancouver, having secured fourth prize fm* single combed
itciek Red Oockcrel with a Bcoro ol
i', and third prize for single comb
White Leghorn Cockerel with a siin-
llar seme at Vancouver show, At
Victoria Mr. Morgan secured nu less
than tour prizes as follows: Third
for single comb White Leghorn hen.
third for Blngle comb white Leghorn
cockerel, third tor sintrle comb white
Lftghorn pullet and liflh for single
comb wluie Leghorn cockerel at Vic
toria show. Mr. Morgan is naturally very much please.1 with his success iii the biggest bird shows ol the
west. At. Vancouver there were U,lllll)
entries aii*l at  Villain:   1,600.
Ing powei'B. The attraction with Its
1 original production will be hero al
the Opera House on Thursday, Jan.
26th, \ notable east is beaded by
th' clover comedian Oolt AlbortBon,
an i Hazel Klrke ami a chorus which
i exceptionally capable both In sing
inn ami dancing, n Is under the
management of Chas, A. Goettler,
which (net nil.Is the stamp ol real
quality,   in  Vancouver und Winnipeg
where  it   was seen enrly in  the fall, a
liill dozen performances were insuffl-
I'eiit to accommodate the crowds. It
is the biggest, must costly, as   well
as the      best    show evei   in     Western
Canada.
LOCAL AND EM
q    ,1 priz - I r  tbo Carnival  Wed
nesdsy night, Jan. 2-Jth.
Miss White, hue matron    of      the
..re, leave=     tonight      lor
Vancouver,
Ke at the Edi
son theatre. Jan. 30, ell aud Feb-lBt.
v    |   ■*     .... |   set ot 1 **'; ii a,    iu-
... j   "BettJ   und    the
Fire*
M. K. McQuarrie, ol Vancouver,
has arrivi I n the city to take the
position ol resi lent eng neer oi the
C.P.R., Mr. Forde, th** former resident engineer, havii * dgned to reside at tl
A runaway team on McKenzie Ave.
• is  ('luckily
who jumped ini md jerked      (the
ached   the
railway tr
At the meel "•i:'i
,:.:.! .•    ig at wl   b sturdy,
Bra . Morris wen   pres nt,
ji   q , iected
-alary
i
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al    which
t twi -.ty  ladies  were  present.
up
witl. •     m mini:
reported to tx
be expect)
b
-  fully
The     c.-.mpany open at  tl
i-\ Brandon
theatre ■
day.
Ir.
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of   t
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JL $ C;~i **4*»4, t  \A*I tL w o
KmaBSESSBSZiiaacaZ .'a ^rasMSus^H
Is one of the  most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will look after Itys branch   of
tin. busim si for you.
K^ooienay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors lo Km taid & Anderson
DUKE IS COMING
Ottawa, dan. 13. All doubt ns to
whether or not the Duke ol Cun
naughl will be the next governor
general of Canada luis been set at
rest by tbe arrival of a mail from
England, bringing Canada the form
al nol Ice that tho klng'd uncle had
accepted the office, The duke has
nlso deci-dtd on a number uf appointments to his stall. His military Btc-
rotary, it is stated, will be Major
Henry Cecil Lowthor ol Ilia .-'cots
Guards, who accompanied bis highness to South Africa unci who was
for some time military attache nl
l'aris. Lowthor, speaker c,[ tne Uritish house. Arthur F. Sin 1 n, piiv-
ate secretary to His Excellency fieri
(Irey, will act in the same capacity
fur the duke. It is expected thnt
the duke will arrive in Canada in
September  next.
A Theatrical Treat
The greatest success ncliic/ed in th
past by nny 1'ncln Tom's Cabin onin
piny is that won by Muson Hrnf
wlvcb will uppearst the Opera House
Turs'ny, J in. 24th.
Ol all tbe dramatic successes nov
known (here are mini that rqnal tlii-
greal play. It. Is established in popular favor unci needs nn indorsement
from our pic ss II is mllicent to sa'
thit il will le presented by an exciel
lent company ul twenty players, witl
new und elaborate scenery sirnngi'i'
especially 'or this e*flnBi n's tnnr.
This b nc conip'tiy n's > carries s
Challenge luui'i, composed ol bo'o nv
tiats une'er the direction of 1'rol
llioks, whioh will ^ i v <; a nnnn-itir
concert. Don't fuil lo see this bi)
show.
NOTIOB
Revolstoke  Land  District
District  ol  West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1. Mary Selkirk,
■ I Vancouver, occupation, married
woman, intends to apply for per
mission to purchuse the following
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
lhe N. B. Corner ..I Lol 6140 G.I.,
■■ ml marked M. B.'s 8. B. Corner,
thence north sn chaius, thence west
Td chnins. thence south 40 chains,
thence east 20 chains, thence south
i'l chains, tlu nee enst 60 chnins
hi point of commencement, contain
ins 1MI acres.
Dated  January 9th,  lllll.
MARY 8BLKIRK.
Per (J. r. Smith, Agent.
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Hot Water Bottles
For thc Cold Weather
\\. u le   M.vk
■ ■ . . ilHj   Kubber.
Chest   Protectors   and
Chamois Vests
Bews' Drug Store
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Special cut price it 1 Ion
■n's fun
Mrs. Howsc n will  nol
Friday.
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i.i-I'd  In rtolne h tli     tli"
■aw     mill       there lo  tho  c. enl  ol
..i".' ia.    lla* '*  good    ni    no     being
thippcd cai-t,
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Opening Monday Next
Owing to bud weather tho  Jeanne
Russell  Co.  have decided  to      postpone then* opening at     the     Bdison
Monday  night next,
January  23rd,  for three  nights. The
company  will open    Monday      nicht
tilth tli*' Civil     War comedy-drama,
Primrose."       On     Tuesday
he  English comedy  "Charley's
:,  ■ The Little Miiister."
mnt"     and closing   on     Wednesday
Jeanne  Russell,  who through
wai   ii a     with the   company
b iir lasl appearance he»e   .s
a.-iin with the company,  as is also
dr.  Hay F   Brandon.   This     is     a
a   hrst-class  production
ii.l receive liberal support.
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A Stubborn Cinderella
anl * pated
'.*   *■'■   the  coming      of
attraction  with greal
eems     to     have
lality     musical
v   Btul loin   Cinderella,"
■    a tha
lurli
Princes
animous ver-
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Corporation of tho City
of Revelstoke
Notice !
Owners of properties with rnrnicp>
uveiliai.gii g the s de >v .1*. s ran which
tbe snow md iLop inuiC remove lip
snow as it is fl dsnger to tlio I'ublic.
B. A. LAWFOM,
j in 18 21 City Clerk.
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
Notice !
WATER, UCHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT
Nitice is hereby given that owine
tithe wnter power being closed oil
ind ("ine entirely depc i il">nt nn lb
(l i- lv ■ ine the Power wl I be tnrne'
nl I [i m. iill .ri p in , »"'l the I.igh'
fr ■'* I p in. till 7 ii.ni. Until funlu"
notice.
li   A.  I.AWSOX,
18 21 Cily 0'erk,
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■ i. p*i  laj   i ■ <i an
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In'   in     the    Be
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V., .   m ; nn l
i   i * on Hal Invito
■ '. d    to all   iut nro ite i
ii icii.i i  to bo  pi ■ lent.   'I iui b   'ill  '"'
 I' "di' ihmi ai    iui in.',     the
evening.
EDISON THEATRE
: 5-> i <; 11 t s-;i
Commencing iiVlsn. Jan. 23
In following Repertoire
MONDAY „ .." Polly Primrwe"
i i i.-UAV " Charley's Aunt"
WEDNESDAY " I'h.- Little Minieter"
Poptilfir   Prices
Seats on S«i!e at M.tcdohald's Drug Store
No sale we ever held has been so generously
advertised by our customers. Friend tell friend and
the news spreads, The attendance grows daily and
many lines are being rapidly reduced. Big crowds
and big values. New lots tire brought forward every
day.
See our 25c. and 50c. Tables
They Are. Big Values
Kin-the balance of the week we have some extra
special values.
Cardigans
The comfort stocking with rubber. Children's Sl.
Misses $1.15.   Ladies 11.25.
Hockey Boots
Hon Calf with thick   wool  lining.   Ladies'  sizes,
$2.25.   Girls sizes m.75.
Special in Gloves
Fowne's Suede Kid—some have wool lining—all
fur topped.   Regular $2.50.   Removal Sale Price $1.50
Ladies' Fine Furs
We have put special new prices on Furs this week.
Come and see them. They all have price tickets. You
will save money by buying now.
Remnants
As stock taking progresses, more remnants come
to liKht. They are on the centre table at a fraction of
former price.
JOIN THE CROWD !    COME TO THE SALE !
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Your Winter Overcoat or Suit
If you haven't purchased them yel you
had better conic and look at our large
and complete assortment. We can suit
tbc most iastidious in the clothing line.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Reform Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
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Men's Dressy Winter Suits
At Sharp Clearance Reduction
1*
Our entire stock of Fine Suits and Overcoats are
reduced for immediate clearing.
Regular 12   Suits $ 8 50
Regular $15 Suits $10 00
Regular $20 Suits   $15 00
Regular $25 Suits $19 00
Regular $30 Suits $24 00
McRae Mercantile Company, Limited
The Style Shop for Men and Boys Who Know
WILLIAM 1. BRIQOS, ROBERT SMITH,
Barrister,  Solicitor, Etc. I'rovincinl  Lnml   Suvoyor,
Siillcitiirn   lur:—The    Canadian  Hank , Mining Siirvryor,
ol Commerce, The Molsuna Bank, ' lCn^lnccrini;
Etc. McKBNZIH AVE.,
FIRST BTRBBT   -    Ucvi'lntiikc, B.C. BOX    100,   REVEI.8TOK15,
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