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Vol. 12.-No. 41
REVELSTOKE, B. C. JANUARY 10, 1906
$2.50 Per Year
fJU2l£222!l!£2!23&a3EK3E!\:aX?;
Mail
Order
Dipt    V»-U«
LIMITED.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
20th Century
Tills liilindol' clothing is Ihe
acnie of perfection,   Wo are
exclusive sellers for this section ol British Ci.lninbiii. If
you need n Dress Suil, Business Suil 111' Overeiiiil, (-111111'
mid -ei- mil clothing lllllll,
argains
Rvety iirlieleiiuoli'il below is
exactly one-hair price. If you
ui'i'il nnylhliig iiii'iiiioni'il it
will certainly pay you to look
nl them in Ihe store.
2 Men's Overcoats
were $20, Now $10
2 Fancy Vests, were
$K.oo      Now $4,00
12 Ladies' Coats, were $12.00
Now $6,00
30 Skirts, were $0.00    NOW $3.00
2 Silk Shirt Waist Suits
were $25.00 NOW $12.50
2 Ladies' Tweed Costumes,
were $30.00 Now $15.00
Men's Heavy Warm Underwear
We have Stnnlleld's in the all-wool, nn-
slninkalile, spring-needlnknit, a good ft/right
(.i men out ol'do.iis.   Per Garment $1.50.
Fine natural wool cult's, lluish very line
and not loo heavy at pel' garment $1.50.
WE HAVE A BIG SALE OF LADlliS WHITE MUSLIN
I'NDERWIiAH NOW OX,  SEE THESE.
C. B. HUME & CO. LTD.
DEPARTMENT STORE.
IMPERIAL BAM OF CANADA
Cipital Aui|i..r;attil.$i.i»«iiM!   Capital Paid Up,(i500t(X)0.   lioni, £l :m,M\
Head Olliee, Toronto, Ontario.
rHraiicho^ in the Northwest Territories, Manitoba, Ontario aud CJueboc.
And the foll.miug points in British Columbia: Cranbrook, Qoldou,
NelM.ni, Rovelatdko, Trout Luko, Arrowhead, Vancouver and Victoria.
T. K Mereitt, President.       D. R. Wii.hik, Vice-President and Qonoral Manager.
E. Hat, Ass 1st ai it. Gene nil Manager.   W. Moffat, Chief Iuspootor.
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—A General Banking Business Transacted
Savins-i Departmeut-Deposits Received aud Iuteroat Allowed,
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United Stales and Europe,
Special attention given to collections. A. E. I'iiiitm, Manager
E.  J.  BOURNE,
Boots and Shoes, Wen's Furnishings.
Ready-Made Clothing.
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE.
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During our Stock-Taking wo aro giving Our Store a general
Overliiuiiliig nml can ulfet' vtiii aoiiio good bargains In Granite-
yvare, Tinware and Enamelwara.
Going at Cost Price -English, Hlue Enamelled Ware,
Tinned Steel Haueepiins, English Enamelled Stove Kettles.
Cut Prices Iii Cut class 25 per cent. Discount.
To Clear Our stork nt "Invincible" Washing Muohlnes
at $7.
Ten Per Cent. Discount on Healing Stoves for this
week Only.
A large and varied nssol'lwoul of good, new Skates,
Prices $I,3U to $5.00,
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd. \
Mall Orders Prouiplly attended.to,       P.O, Box 181, t;
AN AWFUL
ACCIDENT
George Alexienne  Caught in
Stirrup - Dragged for
18 Hours
An awful accident occurred near
Fairviow.   Alexienne, a middle-aged
iiiiiii, while mounting his horse got
his saddle turned, nml his foot became
tnslened in the stirrup, The horse
Btiirlcd for home, dragging the unfortunate nnin over n rough country.
Tlio horse, altor following tho road for
three miles, look to llie mountains
and Wiliideied around nil night,
dragging the vluiiiu, A pap use,
while going lo church, saw the niiiiual
running along u fence, shying and
kicking. He lol.ow»d the horse, and
on catching up saw the body of a iiiiiii
horribly mutilated,
The unfortunate man was bo badly
broken up that he was soaiccly recognisable. His clothes ueie turn Irom
his body, aud all that riniiiini'tl on
liiin nits a pair of shoes, Cue half his
head was ground oil' from being
dragged over rucks and frozen ground,
and all his flesh was torn away Irom
the bones.
The deceased kept a stopping house
and stable on the Camp Mch'inney
wagon mad In the eaily freighting
days,
MINING MATTERS
Lead Struck in Del Ray With
$14 Ore.
Judge "Averill and J. A. Darragh,
representing the shareholders who are
interested in the Hel Kay property on
Mohawk Creek, near the Silver Dollar
arrived in the city yesterday with a
view to proceeding to tlio mine and
examining the properly on behalf ol
the shareholders,
Mr. Darragh has just returned from
a trip lo Indiana, and while there
received word that the contractors for
the low-level tunnel, Kennedy and
Co., had struck the lend in the crosscut. They sent a sample bl the ore
from the footwall, which was assayed
hy Krof. Crowlc of Franklin College,
and gnve gold values of if U a ton wilh
which the owners are well pleased.
The cross-cut tunnel was run 400
feet before encountering the vein and
gives a depth ol about 300 feet on the
property.
Standard Mine.
More goo'l news comeB from the
Stnndard Mine. The lead is being
cross-cut at the northern and southern
extremities of the development drift,
and is allowing up splendidly in both.
A, Carlson brought into Mr. Scott's
olliee some splendid samples of ore
Irom the south cross-cut.
DRIFTS.
The Elwood Tinworkcr?. Mining
Company are now selling their shares
at the par value ol $1 on the strength
of the way in which the Silver Dollar
is turning out.
G. Huston, the able editor of the
Sandon Mining Standard, predicts a
splendid outlook for this year's mining in the Slocan.
Silver is at 642; copper 18| to 19c,
aiidlead£l7:8s.9d. in London.
The St. Eugene has paid half a
million in dividends and will pay another 2 per cent on Monday next,
amounting tu $70,000.
The employes nl Boundary Fulls
and Greenwood smelters have struck
[or an 8-lioiir day.
Now that A McMillan is again in
control of the 1.0 Uoi the Northport
smelter will be ngain started up and
the C. P. It. will bring suit for damages lor breach of freight contract to
Trail smelter.
The mineral output of British Col-
uuliiii for ibis year is $20,000,000, or a
million unite Iiniii last year,
The output ol tho Granby Mines
(or last year was valued at $H,26il,44f>,
an Increase ol 20 per cent, over pro-
vioun year. The value ol the ore
averaged $3 a ton.
The White Bear Company is being
reorganised.
CURLING.
A Bpecial meeting of the Curling
Club will be held tonight in the rink
at 8 o'clock.
Owing to the number ol green curlers applying for membership it is
considered advisable to re-organise
the rinks ulrendy formed. SkipB please
attend.
The club is stronger than ever this
season, there being nlreaily 50 names
on the roll.
Britain. France, Germany and
Italy may be Involved.
Cicriiiiiiiy demands that all the
powers thnll participate in the tusk of
reforming Moroooo and the work of
Watching the frontier shall be divided
among them, thus confirming the
fear, expressed by an ollieinl of llm
foreign olliee in an interview with the
Associated 1'ress last Thursday, that
German delegates might insist on
regulations clashing with thoso of
Franco which country considered it to
bo her special privilege lo police the
country,
IfCerinilll.i persists ill litis aHiluile
it is expected a most serious situation
will it ri -to its Franco is certain to resist
and Groat Britain and Italy will support Prance.
DlTHE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
MONEY CRISIS
Feared in the States.
New York,.Inn. 3.—Lyman .1. (Inge,
former Secretary ol the United Stales
Treasury, said to-day that ho agreed
with Jacob II. SchilV in tlio opinion
that a great panic is inevitable unless
steps arc taken to remedy the inelasticity ol the existing currency system.
"1 agree positively with Mr. Schill',"
said Mr. Cage, "that the money conditions which have existed in this
country during the last sixty days arc
disgraceful to us as a nation, and I
further agree with him that a stunning panic is but a matter of time unless something is done. The more
promptly and effectually Ibis is done
the better."
LUMBERING
Mountain Lumbermen Hold
Annual Meeting—Prices
to be Advanced.
The lift li annual meeting oi the
Mountain Lumberman's Association
opened on Monday at N'elson.
The meeting was unusually successful both iti attendance, and in the
thoroughly har.nonious conclusions abortively Germany w
arrived nt by the many delegates'. direct with Morocco,
present. The business outlook nt the Victoria, Jan, 10.—Edun Wallace
mills and in the territories were Hopper lost the oontost for the Duns-
reported as very favourable. Prices muir millions ns far as liritish Co-
were decided upon (or the present: A ' Hinibia courts go, the full court baying
banquet was held at the Strnthcona. upheld Drake's judgment in favor of
The closing item on the programme James Dunsmuir.
at the banquet was a Cakewalk by     Toront0) ,.,„   9,_j08epll  pi.t,,^
British Elections On.
Smart Trick ol English Conservatives.
Germany Denies Warlike Intentions.
The Dunsmuir Millions.
York County Loan President
Arrested.
Murder at Sault St, Marie.
Big Railway Scheme.
Fatal Fire.
London, Jan. 10.—Parliament lias
been dissolved. The general elections
will take place Jan, 111 and Parliament meets again Feb, 13,
The lirst election takes place at
Ipswich on Jan. 12. There are twenty-
live contests on Jan. 18, others on
Jan. 13, while the Inst polls will he
known by Feb. 1.
Liverpool, Jan. 10.—Premier Ban-
nernian was heckled Inst night by
advocates ol woman suffrage, lie said
lie personally favored it but declined
to pledge his party. Several women
were ejected for raising a disturbance.
Loudon, Jan. 10.—The Band Mine
owners must have been given a hint
of the change of government, (or just
prior to Balfour's resignation the
number ol licenses granted for Chinese
coolies was increased irom 2400 to 18,-
000. Premier Bannorman announced
at Liverpool last night that the
government would be unable to stop
the entrance of 10,000 Chinese. The
liberal organs characterize this as a
smart trick of the conservatives.
London, Jan. 10,—Baron Ritchie,
Exohancellor Exchequer, isdetul,
Berlin, Jan. 10.—The foreign olliee
semi dllicially declares, that war with
France is not possible over the Moroccan imbroglio. It is admitted however that relations may become
strained. If the conference ends
negotiate
'Grandpa"   Leitcli  and   Theodore
president of tho York County Loan
Ludgate, the Arrowhead lumber mag- gavingS Company was arrested last
riate. A. P. Dudgeon represented the nigllt nttlie j,18tftnce 0[ the Attorney-
Bowman Lumber Company, T. Lud- Generai, 'rne charge is that he con-
gate the Big Bend Lumber Company, 8pirc(i w;ti, 0t|,er8 whose names are
C. Lindmark the Revelstoke Lumber unit„own to defraud the public by
Company, and J. E. Billings the Yale- deceit, falsehood and fraudulent
Columbia Lumber Company. m0(m8     ge Wlls released on $5,000
Tho following officers wore elected j,^ '
for the ensuing year i-F, W. Jones, I ^^ JftU| 1(Wohn CM1)ecki ol
of Golden,  president; J. A.  Dewnr,! ^ gt j,^ wft8 mmkml VC8tel,
day.    Three  Italians have been nr-
BUY QUAKER BRAND CANNED
VEGETABLES AND FRUITS if you
want the best.
Christies'   Biscuits,   Webb's,   Fry's   and   Robertson's
Chocolates, Chase and Sanbome Coffee,
Tetley's Teas, etc.
BOURNE Bros.
GROCERIES, HAY, RATS, FEED, 4c, STORES.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act of Parliament, liVi.
HEAD OFFICE, • ■ MONTREAL.
WM. MOLBON MAOPUBHSON, Pies. S. H. IvWlNH, Vice-Pres.
Jambs Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Everything in way of blinking business transacted without unnecessary delay.
Interest, credited twice n year at current rates on Savings Bank
deposits. 	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvelstoke, B. C.
Y. M. C. A.
Changes Name and Appoints
Secretary.
At tho mooting ol the Y. M.C. A.,
Saturday, it was decided to change the
name from the Revelstoke to the
Railroad Y. M. O. A, and to appoint
iib secretary E, M. Cook, ol Toronto
East Y, M. C. A. Mr. Cook is recommended by Mr. Moore, general secretary ut the Railway Y.M.C.A., as one
of the best officers in the Y, M.C. A.
system. He has had considerable
experience, nml is taking a special
gymnasium course. He is a married
man and has two children.
The beating apparatus has arrived
and was installed today.
Nelson, vice-president ; and G. P,
Wells, Nelson, permanent secretary-
treasurer.
The chief business of the meeting |
was the discussion of prices, railway
rales and tbo market outlook. The
changes In the prico list agreed upon
were comparatively of minor Importance, and few changes will result
for the present, but tbo stock now at
the mills and in the territories was
shown to bo small, and at next quarterly mooting in March an advance on
all prices will be made,
The Mountain Lumbermen sent the
following telegram to the Forestry
Convention nt Ottawa .—
Lumber mannfaoturora of the
coast, mid interior in meeting assembled extend greetings, Wo reaped fully request that llio Forestry
Convention urge upon the Prtivliieial
Government of British Columbia to
adopt efficient lire ranging system.
Wo congratulate James Loamy on
success attending his efforts in
dominion railway bell, and we further
point out the excellent possibilities
this province presents for permanent
reforestation schemes."
CHIPS.
S. A. Mundy, President of the
Mundy Lumber Company, left Bradford, Pa., on the 4th for British
Columbia, and is expected at Three
Valley ibis week. His family will
make their home in Vancouver (or the
present.
rested.
Hartford, Conn., Jan. 10.—The
(Inxiica anil Pacilic Railway Company
have been Incorporated with a capital
ol forty millions lo build railways in
Mexico.
Cinciniinlti, Jim. III.—The nppeal
(or a new trial of Mrs. Cassio Chad-
wick was dismissed this morning.
Minncnpolis, Jail, 10.—Six arc dead,
and possibly more Imprisoned in their
rooms, us the result of a lire this
morning in tho West Motel. Captain
Borwiu, ol tlio Fire Brigade, was carrying it woman down the ladder when
she struggled and disturbed his balance, Ilo (ell soven BtorloB to death.
She was caught by another fireman,
SHOCKING DEATH
Prospector iell over Precipice
Louis Anderson, prospector, while
noting as temporary linoman, on tho
Port Simpson branch of the Yukon
telegraphs, fell over a prcoiplco near
Skcenii Canyon, breaking liia neck.
Death resulted Instantaneously.
W. J.
Ward 3.
CIVIC ELECTIONS.
. Law  may bu candidate for
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
MASONIC.
At Trout Lako the following were
installed officers for the ensuing year:
P. M.,11. McPherson;W. M., F. C.
Campbell; 8. W., A. M. Craig; J. W„
. C. Murray; Trees., O. B. N. Wilkie;
Sec, Geo. Furddred; S. D., J. Fitzsim-
motis; J. D., A. W. Edge; 8.8., C.
Bullard; Tyler, J, C, Kirkpatrick;
irgauist, G. R. Nortbey.
After the business o( llie meeting
was finished an adjournment was
miide to the banquet hall, where a
sumptuous repast was served by Mrs.
Jowett, which was highly appreciated
and a vote ol thanks tendered her.
The installing officers were; Past
Grand Master E, E. Chipmun. D. D,
G. M.;H. Giegerich, P. M.;nnd W. J.
Holmes, of Kitslo aud were accompanied by Brother Archdeacon Beer,
A. W. Goodenough, Geo, Whiteside
and A. W, Qrote, all ol Knslo Lodge
I. o. 0. )'.
On Tuesday night the I. O.O. F'
Lopge, at Trout Lake, installed the-
following officers, District Deputy Fred
Mummery acting as installing nllicer;
A,G,, Oscar Jaoobson; R. 8,, J,
O'Donnell; L, 8„ M. Lundin; V, G.,
0,Otson;R.S.,G. W. Carothers; L.8,
N. Abrahamson; Kec, See., A, W. Edge;
Fin. See., P. M. Shepherd; Tress., K.I..
Masterson; Warden, N. G, Erlokson;
Conductor, D, ll. McLennan;Chaplain,
J. It, llnnner; O, G,, A,  E,   Fowler;
I.e., ily. Jaoobson; ll. 8, 8,, A. G,
Fraser; L.8,8,, A. M. Craig.
POLITICAL
A report from Ottawa states Senator
Cemploman will be appointed Minister of Inland Revenue in the Lauricr
Cabinet.
The 11. C. Legislature meets January
1th,
The public accounts ol Canada
show a revenue of $71,182,772, and
surplus of $7,8l"),OH(,l. After meeting
capital expenditure, however, the
result Is a $5,868,448 increase ol the
public debt.
I'at Burns is being strongly advocated as a good appointee to the
Senate.
ELECTION NOTICE.
TO HENRY FLOYD, Esg.. CITY:
We, ilu' undersigned, citizen* of KeveLtoke.
recognising the interest you have takeu in tht
City Schools for the lut foor year- a» Trustee.
hereby request yon to allow yourself to be
nominated ior re-election, and pledge ourseire*
to do our best in a lawful manuerto-ecureyour
return:
W, M. Lawrence. T. E- L. Taylor, P, Young,
W.Bews,B. Howsou, W H Praii. K D. Mac
DuunM. H. M.n.:.::.rf K A Hah'treu. H N.
Doyle. J. Uuj Barber,A Hobson'l' tt. Mac-
•Ioi.hI.I. ll N.L'onrsler.Oeo Knapp, J.U. Mac-
donald. K B Jackson, A. E. Ktunid. F. H.
Corson, H. J McSorley, H. Tapping, H A.
Hrnwii. A. K lleuiii-.'U. Wm. Morris Tho*.
Bleed, U, A. Morris, B. M Allum. F. B, Lewis.
K H .Lewis, E. H S McLean. E Corning. J.
Abrahamson, Chas. M. Field. John McLeod.
VV.A   Fmite.
to thk electors of school tru8-
tkkm uk thk city ok hevelstore.
Ladies akd Qbktlembk:
I appreciate tho honour conveyed in the
above request] :n . have pleasure in ofTeriii.--
myself for re-election to the School Board.
If re-elected, I will, a- hitherto, do my best to
promote the educational Interests! of the chil*
a ran of the city.
My record for the ua,-t four years i* well
known to you. and I re«[>«ctfully leare the ii-ue
to your judgment-
Obediently your?,
Hevel-toke. HENBY FLOYD.
Jan. li. lnH SrjlT
ELECTION NOTICE
TO THK MUNICIPAL ELECTORS OF THE
CITY OF RBrKLSTOKB.
iLadibs »kd Oextlkmks:
At the request of numerous citizen*, I beg to
' offer myself for reelection to the office of
. Mayor. 1 cut confidently refer you to my
i record for the pa<l two years, and can a-.-ure
you that if I am honored with re-election. I
I will spare no pains to promote the be-t Inter*
i w>t8 of the City in every respect,
I will have an opportunity to discus* with
you the affairs of 1h>[ year at a public meeting
at an early date,
Your- Obediently,
H. A. BROWS'.
ELECTION NOTICE
TU THE KLECTOR8 OK WARD TWO:
LAIHr-* AKD QKHTLKKKN :
Having been requested by screral property
owners to allow mynclf to be nominated w a
candidate ns Alderman in Ward Two in (he
forthcoming municipal election- on January
lSth, I have con-cnted to allow myself to be
nominated.
If elected I iballat all times consider it my
duty to give my careful attention to all matter*
pertaining to the advancement and welfare of
the city,
Yours Obediently,
ROBERT TAPPING.
ELECTION NOTICE
to thk municipal blbotor8 ok no
two ward, '[ty of kkvelstoke. '
Ladies ami Qbittlim w:
1 have to intimate that, at the request of
nutnerotu rate payers, I am in the Held m
candidate for alderman for So. .' Ward and
bare to request the favor tif your support at
the |wll on rhutNlaj. January Wh.
If returned loan aarure you it will i» my
endeavor to advance tho best interests of the
city.
Yourobedii-nl -enant,
J. G. MACDONALD,
TO SUBSCRIBERS.
The Mail-Herald will l* delivered
to any part ol the city, or mailed to
any address within the po.tal union
ior $2.ju per annum, payable in advance. The clubbing arrangomenta
with other paperB will remain in force
(or those who prefer to have their
subsorlptioul that why.
Let your friends in other parts see
something ol your district by Bending
them "Picturesque Revelstoke.'
Price $1, ^.*KK5*KafflS*Jiir.iV'-.'^^
Con, In broadest and most advanced ideas and
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ihe musical simuliii'd of Cnmuljt, possessing n
       i -. 'H.l.'i-c.l mil only hy mu.sieiiui.s even
.1 musical ability   ivlto inslitnlly rccou
:. a* its i ■. -,. d give i ill ir unstinted praise,
! 11. combined wit ti  :t  perfect  action nnt
NORDHfc.lMER   FIANO   in  ilistiittfiiished to an
I i.'ttl for a ven   lillle more limn Ibe so many
i  ioKI in this city.   Voti  nut) own one of these
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JOB I'KIS t im. |■ m litis executorial mason-
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TERMS— Cash,   Subscription, payable In ad.
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CORRESPON'DEN'I E n.iiieil on mutton ol
I  ■ lie inn rest,  i oai • inns lo Ktli-
ior tnii-i be accompanied liy name of
-...;,-.:, not - -- -,..- for; ibileatlon, bat
,• evidence of good faith. Corrospondoticc
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MiKen/ie Arenuci
ARVEY, McCABTER
AMI PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC,
Omens: l.Mt im u. Dam; Hlock, liiivu.-
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STOKE, B. C,
M :   ■■ lo loan.
Offices: Revelstoke, B.C.;
to:,..-. >! 'iliTl.ll.
A. M.  I'INKU.IM,
Ri iclstoke,B. C,
Fort Steele. II. 0.
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W. 1. HiiKti-
BR1GGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc,
Monet to Loan
Solk i urs i.oi Molsoxb Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.U
MINING ASSOCIATION,
We hop;- steps will bo taken by the
mining men ol the province to revive
tho Provincial Mining Association.
This association did good work, and
now tbiil there is so much activity in
mining, owing to tho high prices of
metals, there is a brighter and better
Held than over belorc tho association.
J. II, Hobson, the original promoter ol
the association, is doubtless ready and
willing to give it all Ihe bucking he
possibly can. Tlioro has been great
indifference to the interests ol the
mining industry among our legis
lators, and the best means to remedy
this is by n strong and combined organisation of the men who have at
heart the best interests of the mineral
industry of tho province. The mineral
output of British Columbia is already
over $20,000,000-a most creditable
showing for nn industry yet in its
inlnncy, nnd handled by a population
of probably not 5,000 people,
Open Air I(ink
W, G. Watson's open air rink
is now open: Ice in good shape
SKATING DAILY.
THE CITY EXPRESS
E. W. B. Paget, Prop.
Prompt delivery of parools, baggage.
etc., to any part, of ihe City.
Any Kind of Transferring
id wiiaj' So mawu 4HrmM*s Smi of' *,%*(■caf/
of Sfam^$faje,MM<rtvJm. JhUd,
6nA *ite,^A*.^L>£M»aJ:
TELEPHONE NO. 7.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
not  hesitate ni  spending 1(150,000
nooossary i ako tho most of them,
Such n natural attraction will ropay
ib" government ten times over in tho
numbi 1- of peoplo attracted to the
country, tho employtnrnl which they
"ill give nnd tho largo amount of
money the tourists will  leave  in  oil'
dilution.
Carpets
Linoleums
Oilcloths
FURNITURE
Sewing Machines
Heintstman Pianos
R. H0WS0M & CO., FUNERAL DIRECTORS, EMBALMERS
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GET YOUR EYES EXAMINED FREE
A forge variety
of Glasses always
kept in stock here
Try a pair on
■—we guarantee a
perfect fit,
If you require
anything in jewelry
it is here for you.
A complete slock
of Ihe right class
of goods,
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J1DWA.RD A. HAGGEN,
Mining Engineer,
(Mem. American Institute Mining Engineers)
1 ruiadlan Mining Institute.)
RuVEsLSTOKE, B. ('.
Examination ol and reports on Mineral Properties l Si '■'■ laity,
Agi nt for Cai   '. m '•'■ 1 . 1       my, buyers
ncores,
I .- ■ .■ ■- and pros-
is to operate and develop
-■:;■ ;  rties,
Z\k ADaiUftcralb
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1900
THE TOURIST BUSINESS.
While the value of the tourist traffic
to the country is becoming better recognised, itt interests are not receiving
at tho bauds of the Provincial or
Dominion Governments anything like
the attention they deserve.   Both at
Ottawa and Victoria there should be n
tourist department devoted to scattering  broadcast among   the  leisured
classes the world over the attractions
of Canada, and particularly of llriiish
Columbia, ns tourist resorts.   The production of tho mineral and lumber
industries would sink into insignificance, compared with the money that
would be left in the country annually
by the tourists ivlio travel to the ends
of the  earth in seaieli  of nature's
beauty and attractions.   Nowhere are
tlit.se beauties and attractions on n'
grander scale than in this province.
The Canadian Pacific Railway  has
done more than any oilier body to
' advertise and develop these attractions,
but  tin    tourist   business   properly
managed would employ a large population of   hotel   keepers,   packers
guide.-. Ac, and the benefits  ' :' :■-
The Fall
Showing of
Fancy Plates
Never in the history of this
store have we shown so many
styles of fancy plates or so
many pretty designs costing
little. ,
<J In fact some of them cost so absurdly
little that you can indulge yourself without extravagance.
^ And then you needn't be afraid of
breaking them,
t] The prices don't begin lo correspond
to their real value.
^ In dozens or single pieces.
f§ Then there are the finer grades, sold
in dozens only, made by potters to
European royalty. You 11 manage to own
some of handsome new patterns, we dare
sy,
J. GUY BARBER,   - Jeweller, Optician
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Don't order a Suit because it is cheap.   Order it
because it will be becoming, fashionable, durable and
comfortable.   The best is the cheapest.   We make the ^
best.   In making a Suit we give advice when wanted and J i
we accept advice when a customer desires to give it. ^;,
Every now and then you are confronted with the i t
question, " Who's YourTailor"—Cresssman & Morrison, V
of course. i t
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LOANS
NOTARIES
SIBBALD & FIELD
HAVE
Houses and Lots
FOR SALE
IN ALL PARTS OF THE CTY
INSURANCE COMOX COAL
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Scott & Potts
HOME
HOTEL
"x-eTCLUB FURNISHERS
VICTORIA, B. C.
■■N
THE CAVES.
We hope that at nexl    ssi :. ol ti,<
Domini liament, a ;tion will be
taken t    .,;:;, ivati  interests
i ■ ths -     -      -.-_.-' basis in,'! devel pnient to the country an  si
th ■   gre ;■■ p] dng them widespread it appears to us to be the
I  thi most   -   -■       ind attractive duty ot both the Dominion and Pro-
       .,., -■ ne al Governments to take ui  ti e
-.. t. . ;   ;      -• :.. -,. caves
1       , :, atter in a vigorous manner.
in i nnection ——■ :
r which tin WEDDING.
eady     , n-     .   ,     i
i   onnt  wedding took  p i
done a t-ports and pi     Christina. Day  al  the  resident
togra| Hi -     .'. . . and W hcelei   Mi   mil Mrs   A,  G,  Fraser   Trout
lo the Lake, tin   contracting parties
M - M i-  D :   m daughter i; M
M ,l Clark ol     turiu  ind Mr, A. x.
A Dealer who,
sells a man,.,
"BUCK BRAND"
Overalls
Merchant
Tailors.
Everything a gentleman wants in the line of tailoring.
Our stock is new and up-to date.
Pressing and cleaning promptly attended to.
First Street, Opposite Union Hotel, Revelstoke,
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS   ONLY.
RBVELTSOKE, B. O.
HOTEL VICTORIA
(Under  New  Management)
ROBT.   LAUGHTON,   Prop.,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   C
FirBt-clas accommodation for travellers.
Best brands of Wines, Spirits, and
Cigars.
REOPENED
REMODELED
Union ftotel Restaurant
Mrs. McKitrick, Manageress.
Open at all hours.
Meal Tickets Issued.
Sliorl Orders laslefully served,
Rates Moderate.
RATES $1 AND $150 PER DAY
FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
Central Hotel
a-     RFVFI STfWF b. C.
ABRAHAMSON BROS., PROPRIETORS.
Newly built.    First-class in every respect.   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms,
Rates $1.50 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
■ 'K
vast ex ten I            ml tin
...; „•■   -;.
tol       '■      iietheii      ition i      ,. ,y the   Ven   Arch-
.-..    ■■ ■ • - :      of the A "■    '       IK -•'"     I'i i-  hap[iy
, t       ,.;,,    ridi --        the  lortiiuato
, . •   -    oe obrate
I take the n in.    A
thrci   universal •  una  dav
Ithii  ■ :, I should I* _t|(1. t Christ, I
: ■    the publii    ■'   md thi inni I        edding,
Mr. Pool Thi liap| . -   i| le li   - I ikon up their
-   |     ti   ...   thcii    Ih   .....    .- :'"'      "   ' :'   '' i,;"   '   '
rcclnionL,   ol   congratu al    -  i   n
'   ■-'■ ' '   ;   :     •''   thcii man) friends.-—Ri  .-■-
.   •;.-.- i ... hi : • il ne in makii p
... (oi       showed
the i   st ciedil entori rise  and
th .   tin       I   • it was known to
anyoi   tl  t the] prt ve at   i (•
••;..,-,    -   has   been sin wn  by the
reports ol the cxpi ■  . inci n  who1
I ..',. ,    .:  .: • d till :. .    J hi il   (llll  ex- !
tent is not even yet  known, and  it:
will take two or three years Ix (ore
ct mpli ti ■■*,'.■■:..:'. it- and survej   11
... - e ii. t ■ made,    A first-class
ige road irom the railways hotol,
1;,- ;■ ari
L'nioi ■' iranteed
I' rfei' [actioi
.'o-ltl ;!:'	
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"5lOVHa5tin4,5tW.
'ANCOUVEfi.b.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBBET    STOITB,   PROP.
guides,   bidder^    and   lighting   by
electric light arc  :i isitioa to tbo
].-. peri iploitation ol these caves by
tourists. Tbo cavo region should bo
added to the National Park Hosorve,
and the Dominion Government should
USE
Royal
Grown
Soap
And -live Wrappers (or I'm iniums,
ROYAL CROWN BOAI1 has nocqnal
on the market, Drop n.- a card nnd
we will mail you a catalogue illustrating lb" beautiful premiums wo olTor,
The Royal Soap Co.,
Vancouver, B. C. Limited
SMOCKS	
UNDERWEAR, , . .
WORKING SHIRTS
MEN'S GLOVES. .
Koi   aii     ' i        ill 1	
Wm. .1. McMaster & Sons,
VANCOUVER.  B 0
ASK YOUR  DEALER FOR
■■KURTZ'S PIONEERS"
-KURTZ'S OWN"
SPANISH BLOSSOMS"
UNION   MADE   CIQAR8
MANiiii- rum
Kurtz's Pioneei I pi Factory
111 CiirJinii St., W.
VANCOUVER, -  •  B. C.
LADIES9
BOOTS
M. J. Henry's
Nurseries and Greenhouses
:»iiu Wi -i.i,in i,-, Road,
VAN' OUVER,   -   B.C
Main Mm   i -. ; oi Ki ill Block  Bouth
Vancouver,  fine mile -"-lib of city.!
Ill-.lll' lie ',  |    ,    i''l   M.I   qui   fill' '
.Seed, and Nursery Btork glowing.
Extra largo plantlin foi Fall delivery.! en,„,l,.moiitoi
Oneyeni apple, I to 6 feet, «I0 to 112  luppicmeniw.
per lOdi apple, 2,8 and 4 yeara old, (18 methods   nnd   machnifry can
i,o 1120 o-r Ofli Maynaid I'luin .si each. I „,, \,. ,l. ,,,
•   gs Importation, of Bulbs from make mem.
In ,i ,i on your dealer giving
Any lady will find rubber
mots a great source, of com-
Ion and protection during the
spring weather.
"MAPLE LEAF" light
city boots for ladies, misses
and children are as near perfection in material, style, lit
and finish as human skill,
y     modern
Queens Hotel
COMAFLIX
Best brands of Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF YOUNG,        -        -       Proprietor
P. BURNS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
.... Meat Merchants.
YODO FUJI
has reopened a
RESTAURANT
on .MiKeii/.ie Avenue.
Open Day and Night, First-Class Service
ir>7tc
Li
Extra nli - - holce of Cherry, Peach,
Plum, Apricots, etc,, now growing for
fall oiib'i-, \" expense. Ion - oi del iy
of fumigation or inspection.
Let mo price yom li»l before pi /
your order, Oolalogtie free, Oreen-
fiouso I'lini , Floral Work, Roe Hop
piles. Fruit packages. Forllllnora, otc,
iiiirib'ii, Field nnd Flower Hoods in
■t-a-oil
,\l ,1. HENRY,
Sim WoatinlniUif lt™l. Vancouvor, I), i
Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:
Alberta
you " Maple Leaf" RuDoers,
There are no others quite so
HELLING  AGENTS,
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
CITY LIVERY STABLES
First-class Livery and Feed Stables, Saddle Horses.
Single and Double Rigs for Hire on Reasonable
Terms.   Turned out Clean and Neat.
DRY WOOD FOR SALE
promptly   filled.
Orders left   here  for   Firewood
Dry Fir, Hemlock and Cedar.
Chas. Turnross, Prop.
*; TOURIST
ASSOCIATIONS
The Valuable Work They Do.
In an article on tourist associations,
liy P, W. Tcttit, in tlic Nelson News,
be says;—" The bucccbs of this campaign Ior tboso communities which
have bad the foresight to go into tin
proposition, will of necessity be the
means ol arousing every centre having
claims to attractiveness to their respective latent possibilities along this
particular line,
"There never baa been witnessed
such an amount ul travel as we see
to-day. While the public knows too
well that railroad companies are invariably reluctant to do many things
that would inure to their benefit, they
have in tbia particular phase of
publicity displayed a policy ol activity
truly commendable. Having tasted
the sweets of travel in the shape of
increased receipts they are now alter
everything in Bight in the shape ol
tourist money, and no expenditure
would teem too great in the way ol
artiatic literature in order to interest
the traveller in tliia or that region of
the land,
" Nor i. there the slightest chance
ol these efforts being Blackened. It
- ha. been proved that travel, like any
other commodity, can be stimulated
by skillful and judicious publicity.
as a result ol the recognition ol this
all the great railroads ol the country
have now their advertising depart-
men's devoted entirely to turning out
tons ol literature bearing on the
various points ol interest all over
their reapective systems. Much ol
this ia in the highest sense artistic,
and carries with it a fascination giving
unmistakeable ovidence that it is got
up by clever minds in this particular
vocation.
"Touiiat associations are the outcome of communities to attract a
share of the army of tourists which
moves along the great beaten paths
of travel at stated seasons. They have
been successfully worked in cities of
moderate size, and by committees of
citizens (mite independent of the civil
government. Thrown on their own
resources they receive better management; results that have followed having abundantly proved this statement.
The average globe trotter is ever seeking fresh fields and pastures new, and
to get him alt that is necessary is to
let him know what one has to offer in
the shape ol scenic attractiveness,
sport and accommodation. Some
there be who do not mind roughing it,
On the other hand, and as a rule,
Americans want the best ol everything
and atk no question..
'1 No one need, to be told ol the
monetary value to a community ol a
steady stream ol tourists. Switzerland
has grown fat on him', Paris fairly
gorge, on him; London gets his hrst
and invariably his last dollar. In
America, Florida basks in the sunlight
ol his financial contributions, while
California has been made to blossom
as the rose through the magic touch
of his well-filled purse."
ni .1 ilegioo of success desor.bt'd i y i ho
premier and provincial treasurer as
'remarkable." If 100,000 was the not
earnings for the year.
The Canadian l'ncilic Railway is
now running a sleeper between Nol-
sun and Blocau City daily (or the
accomodation of its patrons
"The Okanagan says I "It is reported llm O. It. will, in the spring,
start n dnily service between the Landing and l'eiiticton. To do tills it will
be necessary to build nnothea steamer
lor the Okanogan Lake service. Work
on this steamer, it is said, will begin
shortly.
The gross earnings ol the Hill railway syBtem for the year 11)05 readied
the huge total of Ifl(r0,222,020, an increase of 929,000,000 iu four years. In
spite of the increase in mileage, the
increase per mile in the earnings is
91,450.
WATER AND
LIGHT RATES
New Schedule for Kamloops
The following is tho new schedule
ol water and light rates to be adopted
at Kamloops:
WATER,
Dwelling, 4 living rooms or under, $i.i,s
"        t, "        or under 8 1.50
8       " "       1.7s
Saloons  5.00
Stores  $i.oo-$.>.00
Meeting houses    i.oo
Olliee ami sleeping room   1.00
Lawn having 50 feet trout 75
Garden having 50 feel front  2.00
li Garden, ,'i Lawn  1 50
Klnsli closet in dwelling 25
Public   baths,    steam  boilers,   hotels
Boarding bouses, restaurants, laundries,
livery stables,  dray or express stablest
dairies, druggists, soda fountains, and for
all manufacturing purposes, bymeteronly,
LIGHT-METER  RATES.
Gross. Net.
First .too cubic feet, $1.50 $1.25
Over joocubic feet,     .it'/i   .10 per too
cubic feet.
The lollowing discounts will be allowed
off gross rates:
2000 cubic feet to 5000 cubic feel, 25
per cent.
5000 cubic feet lo 10,000 cubic feel, 30
per cent.
Over 10,000 cubic feet, ^4 per cent,
J. A. DARRAGH
HAIL AND STEAMER.
This week the C. P. R. shops went
on short time, closing at 5 p. m,
The C. P, R. have decided to extend
the E. and N. railway to Alberni.
It is expected the new station will
be opened for passenger traffic next
week.
The Railway Commission has ruled
car load rate shall not apply to mixed
car loads.
The V. V. i E. will employ Chinese
labor in construction of its western
extension.
The Oreat Northern has raised the
rates on zinc ores in Slocan from $1
to |2.60 a ton.
Victoria lias dropped the boycott ol
the C. P. R. over freight rates from
coast to interior points.
Engineer VanAntwerp, of the S,
and O. branch, has been confined to
Vernon hospital from blood poisoning.
Owing to a head-on collision between two trains Wednesday's train
from the east was about nine hours
late.
W. Walker, late travelling auditor
for the C.P.R. in Kootenay, has joined
the staff of McDertnid and Mellaril)-
at Nelson.
P, Burnet has been appointed by
the C. P. R. to make a detailed survey
of the proposed switchback lo avoid
the grade on the big hill at Field.
The V. V. and Y. propose building
from Vancouver to meet the Grand
Trunk Pacific at Fort George, and application will be made for a subsidy
at the coming session ol tho legislature.
It is stated the Canadian Northern
will soon atart to build to the Pacific
Coast through the Yellowhead Paas,
This should be good news to several
Revelstoke and Kamloops men who
own the townBite at Tete Jaune Cache.
The first engine to be run on the
Nicola branch of the C. P. R. his been
sent up from Vancouver. It is No. 26,
which has been in use in and out of
the city on odd work, and it will be
UBcd to draw a constiuction train.
Mr. B. K. Neville, assistant inspector
ol the sleeping, dining and parlor car
department ol tho C.P.R., at Winnipeg
is ooming to Vancouver to assume
the position of ohiol clerk in the office
ol S. C. Sykoa, assistant district superintendent ol sleeping, dining and
parlor cars.
Public ownorship has proved a
gratifying biicooss in connection with
the Onlsra government's now railway
betweolfNorth Bay and New Li.keatd,
Strikes it Rich in Indiana.
J. A. Darragh has struck it rich in
Indiana, having, in partnership with
Mr. Floeter, secured a property the
tests on which gave a value of $2 a
yard. The valueB are not only in gold
but in precious stones, diamonds,
agate, topaz and other valuable stones
being found. Mr. Darragh has had a
ring made of the gold and in it has
been mounted a pretty topaz taken
Irom the ground and dressed. The
property is in Morgan County in that
State, and within 25 miles of Indian
apolis.
THE SCHOOL ELECTIONS.
Mrs. II. .1. llu.ihury Manogrcss,
First-Class Table.
Private Dining Boxes-
bun.-.! DlniiiKriiinti fur
ll:iti'|e..-'-.Hi,|,|, 1-, el,!.
Furnished Rooms To Let,
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE
tcms.ij.-xmkx-v^iw'j.^r •K^.^txTL. SjMISjSSjjpjijisSji
$8.70 PER SINGLE TON
Reduotlon made for Inrge quantltle
Delivered to any part 01' the olty,
Orders left nt ibe Lawrence Hard wan
.Store,  or nl   Sniylho's Tolia
Store, promptly attended in.
ALSO
200 Cords Wood
WELL SEASONED
$4.00 per Two-Rick Cord,
J. C  HUTCHISON, FIRST ST
1 ION HOI
W. J,   LICHTBURNE, Manager.
NEWLY BUILT AND FURNISHED
STRICLY FIRST-CLASS
THE  BAR   IS   SUPPLIED
WITH BEST BRANDS
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
ARROWHEAD, - B. C.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium.
Under the new management nf
Habry MoIntosh, Hoffman Housi
ltossland.
Editor Mah-HhsaU).
Sir,—The civic elections as they
draw near are causing more or lees
discussion. While it is a matter ol
somo importance who is to rule the
city Ior the incoming year, it is one of
still greater Importance to tho oitizens
at large who are going to control our
educational affairs. There has been
for some time past a considerable advance in educational work, and a
decided lifting ot our schools to a
higher level of proficiency. It is
therefore necessary to elect trustees
who will continue a policy so conducive to advance and upward progress.
Our educational affairs require to be
conducted Irom the standpoint of education pure ftnd simple, rather than
from denominational, personal, or
family affinities, as has been too often
the case in the past.
It is not only a question of economy,
but a matter ol deep importance, who
are to be the trustees ol our children.
We need men as trustees who will
not yield to the strongest pull in
appointments, nor be misled by those
who have the claim to academic
houours, but the appointment of applicants who have the qualifications
and ability to do the work required.
It is not wise to readily give car to
rumours, but sufficient is mojteil
abroad to create an interest in the
question who is to be elected. The
names already stated do not give
entire satisfaction. That more candidates should be in the field, and that
an election should be held, 1 feel ia
the thought ol those who have the
best interests of education at heart,—
Yours, etc.,
Patkkamii.ias,
McKenzie
and
Martin
THE  GROCERS
Dealers in FRUITS
OP ALL KINDS IN SEASON
Vernon,B.C
THE MEDICAL WATERS of Halcyon are the most curative in the
world. A perfect, natutul remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments
and Metallic Poisoning, A sure cure
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats nnd trains, Two
mails airive and depatt every day.
Telegra h communication with all
marts of the world.
TEB51S-$12 to $1S per week.   For
further particulars apply to
harry Mcintosh
Halcyon Hot Springs
Arrotu LaKe. B. C.
Trademarks
and Copyrights
obtained la all countries.
PATENTS
I obtained hi all co
ROWLAND BRITTAIN,
Registered Patent Attorney
Mechanical Attorney and Kngineer,
Room 3, Kalrflold.Illock, Granville St., near P.O
-    VANCOUVER, B, C.
A posstcord will secure nn evening appoint
ment for inoso who cannot, call during ttui day
GOALl I
When you want satisfactory
Furnace or Base Burner Coal
Try the Semi-Anthracite ("row's
Nest Coal
$9.50 S
Kit
IN
Orders left at Lawrence Hardware Store promptly attended
to.
SWAN CARLSON
Agent.
It's a grand school boot, a
splendid fall boot, a great business man's boot. It fits like a
glove, and is a stylish-looking
boot, too, as heavy boots go,
being made from No. 1 quality
box calf leather with a heavy
sole, it will wear like iron. For
sale by all good retail Bliue men.
WHOLESALE  BY
J. LECKIE CO.,  Ltd.,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Monday. January 7lh.
Orders for Boo! nnd Million
Poultry, Pish and small goods
will rooive prompt attention.
W.TLEIuING
First Street
MISS GARVIN,
TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE
Engagements accepted for At-
llomcs &c. Theory Lessons a
specialty, Pupils now enrolled for
the new vcar.
• A.T.CJ.
treacbev of flMauo
anoWocal Culture
Studio -  - at The Parsonage
Alphonsus De Feo
PROFESSOR
OF PIANO
Lessons 50c. Each,
Given at Mr. Dominic Gallicono,
near Station.
Music supplied at "At Homes" and
Dances.
MOVED
TO THE UNION HOTEL AND
RESTAURANT.
Mns. 11. E. McKiTTiucK
Banquets, Theatre Parties and
Private Suppers a specialty.
WOOD YARD
l'have started a permanent Wood
Yard on Third street, With my past
experience I hope to be in a position
to satisfy all requirements of customers. Dry cordwood kept in stock and
supplied in any lengths at reduced
prices for cash.
It. SAMSON.
SEE
Wing Chung's newly imported stock of Chinese
and Japanese goods
The best assortment ever
landed in Revelstoke of
useful and ornamental
articles:
Tea services ' Flower Pols
Plates Umbrella Stands
llaskcln Lunch Baskets
(lane chairs Smoking Jackets
Handkerchiefs Silk Goods.
GOLD FISH
Finest stock of candlos and fruits in town.
Front Street, Revelstoke
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paia
P.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Bankhead Goal:;
'! Egg Size Delvered
i1 *
ijtove "       "
|i Nut    "
< I.
!
i
i
i
11
19.00 ij
jl
9.001;
ii
8.50 I j
Orders left at P.
Burns & Company's
Olliee will receive most
prompt attention.
I F. McCarty, Agent, ji
! I'
i M0HfH**«HHf«NrHfHWfU
i iiieiti
■ Hi! i"
.1  A. A, 111.. ''. - I'
R.J.TAOOl l,l'. i.ei
KOOTENAY STAB, It. II. 1'.
Meets nn l-'iiit Tuesday olovorymonlli,In
i ii, ii. I'. nun.
j. A0IIK8ON. W, I'.
It, J.TAUOKIIT, Km,
ajfflJK Cold nanr/e lodge, K. of p.,
'      No. 26, Rsvclstoke, il. C.
MSETS KVICIIV WKllNHSPAV
in o.i,Hell,nvs1 Hull nt s
o'elnck Visiting Knights nre
cordially nivilod.
J. II, SCOTT, (I. C,
htkwakt McDonald, k.oir.ivs,
II. A, liltuWN. M, ol I'
Kootenny Loclitc No. 15 A Tie A.M.
Tli,, regular moot
Ink. arc held in lln'
Mafoaio Temple,
Idill'VII'iiVsHnll.iili
Ihethird Miiinlil) in
.null iitt'lilll nl >
,i.,,i. VUllliigbroth'
ran cordially ivi-.l
i-uiiii'il
c. ,i. PUOI'UKIKR, Skciihtaiiv,
SELKIRK LODGE. NO 12,1. 0, 0. T.
Moot. ovoryTliuratla,
ovunlng InOddl'ollavvH
Hall nl s iiVluik
IVIhIUiib brethren cor
'illnlly hulled Id Ol
tend.
an. I'Ai.MKii.N.n.      j,mathie,sue
NOT UK.
Notice la herein- given Ibnl I Intend I" apply
at tlio next meeting ol llio Hoard ol McotwUM
Coinmlailonors iur tho ellyoIBevolaloko.lor
ibo transfer from mo i" Robert Uiiglilon ol
llevclsmki'. II, t'„ "I ihi-relull liquor licence
hold by mo la respect ol Hie promises ot Kov-
clstiike known us llie Victoria llolel,
tailed ihls 1,5th December, 1005,
d21-80d
W. M. IlltOWS,
-ii.lbc, n-t
ll llm fall,
ulh
omit mil carry away tlmboi
iiiu,l,-.cr!i.il l.ili.l-:
i.i a in i illicit L-I :.1>,in lunr
,1 I' i|,„ II,.1.. l.l. l'|.|t i Arr.nl
Lti.e nml marked " Ilia llond Lumbar Com-
jinny's iiorlh-woal cornor post," tliuneo east
Ul chains, llielini siailh Wl chains tlience
ui-.i SO cliaiim, thonco north SOolinini to point
it!  iniii'iiei'iiii'iit.
IIIU liKNIi LUMI11S11 COMPANY, LTD.,
Hei'i'inliiil- silt, IIHO.
VIITH'H IS 1IKI1I-.IIV (IIVKN Ihal UllrtV
IN dnyaaflor dato wo Intoinl to apply lo lb:
riiii'f Commissioner of Lands and Works fort
spoolal license to cut nml carry awa) limhoi
roan llm following ili-s,'rii..-ii lands:
' Nu. I,
Commonolug at a posl iilaiiti'tliui the weal
.side nf tlio north fork of Fosthall Crook and
alum! two nnd i)iii-i|ii.ii-i,T miles abovo the
forks ami marked "Ilia Bond LumborCompany's Southwest Cornor Poat," thence north
tQOeliaiits. thence west In chains, thenco south
li» chains, thonco east I'i chains to point of
ciiliilllclicellii'ilt.
Nu.'.'.
Coninionolngat a post illumed on Ihe east
sldo of tho nonh fork of roslholl Crook about
0110 and tine half miles almve the links nnd
marked "fllg Uoiul I. bor Company's Souih-
west cornor post, tlionco north nin chain.,
lilollOO east la chains, thonco south Iflfl i-liniiis,
lin-aieiii-st. 10ohains to point ofcommenoo-
ment.
Nu. II.
Coinmoiioliigal a i„>>( planted aboul ono-lialf
inllii friini llio weal liiinli nf tho north fork uf
K.islliull Crook anil aluiiil ulie niile iiliuvi' llie
forks anil marked " Big liend I ilior Company's Boulheaat Cornor I'usl," Lheiioo norlli
loieliaiii.-, tl -I- nisi in ohains, liionco south
llll chains, Ihillii; cast III elttiilts 1„ |,.,iiit uf
COIIllllOIICOIUOllti
Nu. I.
(loitunollchlg ul a |ii'-l iilmileil aluiiil mil.- half
mill' from the wosl hank of llio norlli fork ul
Koblhail Crook and aboai four miles abovo llio
forks ami marked "Hi« llond l.umbor Com
paiiy's Nortiicaal Corner I'o.l," thenco wi-si.it
chains, thonco aoutii 81 chains, thonco oaat S3
chains, thonco north BO chains to point uf coin
Nli'liei'lllelll.
Ilia HKNIi LUMBKR COMPANY,Ltd,
Arrowhead, B,C„
Doo 23, nw.'t. 2J5ii30
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Municipal Elections, 1906.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby slvon to tlio
Electors ol tlio Miuiiriinitily of RflYOlstoko,
Hint I require tlio prosouco nf tlio wild ElontorB
at the City Clerk's Olilco, City Hull, McKenzie
Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C., on Hie Fifteenth
day of January. 1MB, nt 12 o'clock, noon, for the
iHiriio-Diif eli'ctiiik' persons lo roprosout them
in the Municipal Council as Mnvor and Aldermen, and also for tho election of Five persons
to topresont them on the lfnunlul Trusteosof
tho Revelstoke Public School,
Tho mode of nomination nf oaiulidatos shall
bo [\* follows i—
Tho candidates shall bo nominated lu writ*
Ing! tho writing shall be subscribed by two
voters of tho Municipality as proposer aud seconder, ami shall bo delivered in the Roturniug
Olllrorataiiy tiinu betweontho qnte of llio notice and 2 p.m. of tho day iif tin; uomlnntion,
nml in tho ovout tif » pull being necessary, -uel.
poll will ho opened ou tho Eighteenth day or
January, 1000. Ifromi) o'clocli a.m. tolo'clnoK
p.m.) at tho City clerk's olilco, City Mull, Mc-
Konzie Avonuo, Revelstoko, II. C, tif which
every person is horoby ronulrod to take notice
ami govern himself accordingly,
The persons nuallilod In bo nominated for
and elected as Mayor shall bo such poruonsas
aro mule Hriii-h BubJocUi nf llm full ago of
twenty-ono year.-, ami arc in.1 uwuullfleu under any law. nnd have been for tho six months
next preceding the day of nomination tho registered owner in tho Liiiul Registry Olliee, of
land or real property In tho city of tho assessed
value, on tho last municipal assessment roll, of
one thousand dollars or more, and who are
otherwise duly qtinlilled as municipal voters:
tho persons qualified to bo nominated for
and elected as Aldermen sh.ill be BUOll persons
as aro malo British subjects of the full ago of
twenty-one years, and aro nut disqualified under any law, and have been fur the six months
nextproccillng tho dny'of nomination tho registered owner, hi the Land lleglstry Olliee, of
land or real properly in llie oily of llio
assessod value, on life lost Municipal Assessment Roll, of live hundred dollars or more,
ami who aro otherwise qualified us municipal
voters.
Tlio persons qualified to be nominated for
and eluded as School Trustees rtho.ll ho any
person holng a householder lu the City School
District, anu bolng a British subject of tho full
ago of twenty-ono years, and otherwise qualified to vole nt nn election of School Trustees iu
the said School District,
Glvon under my hand at Bovolstoko, B.C.,
the sixth day of January. UHili.
CHAS. J. AM AN.
28jlw. Hemming Ollleer.
NOTICE.
Nuliee Is horohy given Ihal an application
will be, made to the Legislative Assembly of
llio Province ot British Columbia, at its next
session lor an Act to Incorporate a company to
lie called "The Kamloops nml Yellow Head
pass Railway Company, with power to con*
Blruct, equip and operato a line of railway
from n point ui or near Kamloops, thonco
running iu a northerly direction following
the valleys of Iho North Thompson river, Ihe
Canoe river and McLetinun's ereek to a i»'inl
nt or near Tote Jaune Cache in ihe Province
of llrlllsli Columbia with all such powers as
may be necessary end expedient for the con-
alriielloii tunl operation nf said line of Railway
ami uiili power lo purchase and develop aud
convoy over Us liluliI nf Way, electric power,
and to sell ami distribute llio saniu within the
sniii Province of liritish olumbla, ami with
power .o n quire and operato steam boats and
ferries lu connection with tho Hallway, and
with power tueffecin Junction with any line
of railway lobQcniiMriietcd from tho Boulh lo
n point ni or near Kamloops, or with tho Can-
ttillan Pacific Railway at Hmi poinl and also
with any rallwav coming westward ihrouKb
the Yellow Mend I'BSH,
Puled at Vancouver, British Columbia, thi.1
8th day ol December, a D., 1003.
TCl'PKU & lilHKl'IN,
Royal Hunk Chambers, Vauenuver,
British Uolumbia,
di-i-iiw Rollollora for Applicants,
If in want of
Hay,Vegetables
write for prices to
L. E. Griffiths
\TOTtCE IS 1IKRKBY QIVKN Hint thirty
1> days after dale m Intend to apply to ibe
chief t lommlsidonor of Lauds and Y\ orlcs for a
Bpcolal license to nil and carry away timber
from the following doscrlborl hinds ;—
Commouolugata poat planted at iboimrih
west comer of K, nnd S. Block 8»iu nn tho
WOst side nf Upper Arrow Lako and marked
"Big Bond   Lumber  Company's south-west
ritor post," thence north ]00 chains tlmnci!
oast-10 chains, thonce south 160 chains, thence
wesl ll) chains to point nfcniiimoncemeiit.
Bill BEND LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
Dec. ?th, l.Hl'i.
i^i dnie I intend lo apply to the Chief Com*
mlwloner of Undi ami iVurki iur a fpootnt
liciiiM- lot-lit .!■ 0 i'.tr, v ,i.\ ij ii,.i'i-r Ir, iii thu
followingdiwortbed lands Filunted on tbeewt
side of t'pi't-r Arrow Lake in Went Kootenay
district:- Coramonolng at a post marked "Bert
Blyth's South West Corner I'o-t." planted
about I) miles north "f Halcyon Hoi Springs
and about 1 of a mile from UikQ shorei thenre
f.i-i B0chains; ibunet. n -rthS' ohnioi; thence
west «u chains; thence soutli 80 clialna to point
of commencement.
DKRT BLYTH.
January -. 1900,
NOTICE.
VTOTICK Is hereby given that 83 day* after
xl date 1 intend io Apply to the Chief
Cummltwlom-rof Lands And Works.rot a upec-
ial license to cut and carry away timber from
tho following described lands Miuated.on the
east Bide of the Upper Arrow Lake in West
Kootenay district:—
No. 1.
Commencing at a post marked " Bert Blyth's
Northwest Corner I'ost," planted on Ueorge
Boyd's on jtero boundary and about 160 chains
north of his southeast corner; thence wuthSJ
halns; thonco east 80 onaini; thence north SJ
halns; thence west 80 cunlus to point of com-
meuoement.
No, 2.
Commencing at a pobt marked " Bert Blyth's
South West Corner Post." planted on George
Boyd's Bostern Boundary, and about 100 chains
DOrl Ii of bis south-east comer; thenoe north Hi
chains; thence oast80chains; thence twuthBO
halns; thence west 80 chains to point of com-
ilcliecineiil.
BERT BLYTH.
Dec   33th, l»ii.
rpIHUTY DAYS afterdate we intend loap
1. lily to Hie Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and carry
away Umber from the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted about one
mile east from Columbia Hiver ami about one
mile norlli from Boyd's ranch, at the southeast
corner of 1\ Agron'si.orth limit and marked
"Big Bond Lumber Company's southwest corner post," thence north 100 chains, thence east
10 chains, Hienee south 160 chains, thence west
in chains to point of commencement.
Nov. 20, 1003,
BlU BEND LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
289
rpIIIHTY DAYS after dale we intend to
_L apply to the Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and carry
away limber from the following described
lands:
1, Commencing at a post planted at the
north-oust corner of K. & S„ Block 860, and
marked " Big Bend Lumber Company's South-
ens! Comer Post," thence north IWi chain-.
tlieiico west 40 ohains! thence south ICO chains;
thenco oast 1<> chains to point of commencement.
2, Commonolug at a post planted about one
mile norlli from llio north-wost corner of K.
audS., Block, 860, aud mark, d" Big Bend
Lumber Company's South-east Comer Post,"
thonco north 80 ohnliiB; thenco west 80 chains;
tlionco south 80 chains; thence oust SO chains
lo point of commencement,
3, Commencing at a post planted about one
mile north from the norlli-wesi corner of K.
and S„ Block 860, and marked " Big Bend
Lumber Company s North-oast Corner Post,"
thence west Wl chain-; liionco south >u chains:
thonco oast 80 ehalus: thence north 80 chains:
lo point of commencement.
Bu; Bend Lumiirh Company, Lth.
Doo. 28th, I'M 26 F
CREDITORS TRUST DEEDS ACT, 1001.
Notice Is hereby given that Frank Julian,
of Bovolstoko, B. C., Lumberman, by deed
dated 23rd December, lOOfl, assigned to William
H. Brail, of Revelstoke. B. C, Banker. Ill
trust for the benefit of tho creditors of said
Frank Julian all his real and personal pro'
porty, credits and effects which may bo seised
ind sold under execution
Croditors are required lo send to Hie under
signed on or before ihe 31st January, U**i, par
ticnlai-s duly veritled of their claims ana of
Ihe security, if any, held by them.
A Mooting of tho Oedltors of -aid Debtor
will be held al Uieofilco of Harvey, McCarter
and I'inkbaiu, Imperial Bank Block, Revel'
BtokO, B. C., on the 12th day of January, liui,
at throe p.ui., forgiving of directions with
reference lo Ihe disposal of the estate,
Dated this 27th day of December, 1005,
IlAllVKV, McUAKTKR  AND I'lN'KllAM.
Solicitor for the Assignee,
MINERAL ACT.
(KllHM   I'.)
Malakwa, B. ('.
Richard R. Copeland
JOBBING OAUPKNTJ3R
AND OABINETMAlCfili
MunUi's, Shelving, Storm  Donra,
Jobbing Promptly Attended To
Third Streol Ktiyt, llevelaloko
i2to
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.
Itatldard, Monitor, Yellow Jacket, Heather
Hell, Denver I'metion. Contractor, Winnebago, l.X.L. Fraction, B.X.L. Fraction.
Iron Hill Fraction, Iron Bill, Criterion,
Black Hear, U.X.L. Fractlon, Iron Chest,
Butte Fraction, Downio Fraction Mineral
Claims,
situate in the ItevelslokoMtnlng Division ol
Kootenny District,
Whom located:-At standard Basin, Big Bend,
Take notice Hint I, R, Smith, Free Miner1!
Corllllcnte No, B8863I, acting s- agent for The
Prince Mining and Development company,
Limited Mablfiw, Free Miner's Certificate No.
1)88486, intend, itxlydsya from the date hereof
to apply lo the Mining Rocorder tors Certificate of Imnrovcments, for ihe purpose <>l
obtaining a Crown Grant ol the&bovcolatnw,
Ami further take notice that action, under
section B7, must be commenced before Ihe
Issuance of such Ceriitlctiie of Improvements,
Daied this wtli day of November, A.D., 1905
R, SMITH.
NOTICE
N
OTICE Is hereby given thai WoogQuoDtli
. . nn longer Manager nf tbo pirtnennlp
(Trm heretofore curried on by u.i ilu-under
Blguod as General Morchnntsln tim City 'if
Rovolstoko under tbn Ilrm mime of Cjuong
Chung Leo, the said partnersblp bavins la-en
dissolved thu day, All debts owing to said
pnrloorshlp aro to be paid to Wong Hin«Tm-k
nt the former plat (onsli  of mid firm at
Rovoletoko, and all claim- against the said
narlnorship ur" t'1 be presented within ten
nays from tho date hereof to toe said Wong
Ili'miTuck by whom 'he .-nine wi I be -cUliM
yYoxo HikoTcch
Wi.mi Qoosa
WONOWAH
M.VIl t-IA
Witness: (i S.McCortor
Dated tin-Mh December, 1905
Ija8t
Jas. I. Woodrow,
BUTCHER.
Retail Dealer In
BEEP,   PORK,
MUTTON, Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
All ordirs promptly flllcd.
REVELSTOKE, B. C, 2ffi«»
TIMBER NOTICES.
Kollcq labereby glu'ii Ihattlilrtyd.v, tiler
lute I intend lo apply lotbtCnlsl Cpmml»
ilonarol Uii.lsmnl ft'orki Iur. ioaol.1 llcenM
t.ii.itandcrrv.w.y tlmUrfron lb.loliow*
Ing ilewrlbod i»nd», .nunc In the o»,oo.
filvl.lon ol Y»U' DUtllol .bout ,even mile, op
;ii,, north lurk iii cherry crcek:-
Nu.l. Commenctni at » po>t on the north
bank, riiniiiiiK m-sl Si chain., llii'ilce aouth K
chalna, lhencee.it to oh.inn, thence nonh so
'lirtlns lu pulnl ul piimmenceuient.
Hak'tl Sov, SSrd, 1909.
t.K.il'.'iE U. CAMPBELL.
No 1. CiiniinL'ncinij ,1 .poat onthenorlh
Imiik ol lln- nurtli lurk ol Cherry creek, .bout
men mllM up the creek, running «,t »0
ilmliis, thence north SO chains, thence wenao
cbalna thence south SO chain, to point ol com-
iii.-.ici'uicni.
Dated Not. 23rd, iwi,
GEORGE B. CAMI'BKLL.
No. 8, Commencing >l > f*,t on the north
bank of tha north lork ol Cherry cruek, .bout
eiglit mill's up ihe creek, running north 80
chains, tlience east !0 chain,, thence south 80
chain,, thence west no chain, to point ol con-
lueiiceiiieul.
Ilateil Nov. 23rd, 1905.
GEORGE B. CAMPBELL,
Nu. 1 commencing at a post on the north
bank ol the north lork ol Cherry creek, .boot
nine miles up the creek, running nerlb M
chains, tbi'iie. east SO chain,, thence aooth So
chains thence nets) chains to point ol commencement.
Date! Nov. 2Srd, 1905.
1. t. MACKENZIE.
No.fi commencing at a post on the south
bank ol the imrtb lork ol cherry creek, about
eleven miles up the creek, running eul 80
chain,, tlience north Wl chain,, thence west SU
chains, Uieiicc south Su chain, to point of commencement.
Nated Nov,,1th, 1905. _
1. 11. MACKENZIE.
No. C. Commencing at a post about one-b.ll
mile Irom ihe south hank ol the north lork oi
Cherry creek,about twelve miles up the creek,
running east SO chains, thence north Wchalns.
thence west so chains, thence south SO chains
to poinl ol commencement.
Ilate.l Nov, 2tlh, 1905. .
J. B. MACKENZIE.
No. T. Commencing at a post about one-half
mile from the south bank ol the north forkol
Cherry creek, running east 80 chains, thenc
north80chains,tnence wests) chains,tnence
soutli i) chains to joint ol commencement.
Haled Nov. :'llh, 1005.
ilEORCE B. CAMPBELL,
No.-. Commencing at a poat on ihe northeast bank ol the south lork ol the north fork
of Cherry creek, abont one-half mile up the
creek, running imrtli so chains, ibence west so
chains, tli.iii'e south to chain,, thence eistS)
,-lialn, to |>oilit ol commencement.
Dated Nov. .'lib, 1905,
GEORGE B. CAMPBELL,
No '.'. Commencing, at a post on the north-
east bank ol me south lork ol the north lork ol
Cherry creek, about one-hall mile up the
creek."running south f) chains, thence eaat 80
chain-, thence north to chains, thence west 90
chains to point ol eummeucement.
Date! Nov. jltli, 1905.
J. B. MACKENZIE.
No, 10, Commencing at a post about on.
hall mile irom the north-east baak ol tha
south lork ol the north lork ol cherry crtek
aid about one an.l one hall mile, up the creek,
runnine south t" chains, thence east ts> chain.,
thence north 80 chains, thence west BO chain,
to point of commencement.
Dated Nor. Mtn, 1905.
J, 11. MACKENZIE-
NOTICE
VUTB K Ir* HEREBY GIVEN thau thirtf
1\ day after date, I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Land.* and Works fora
special license to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands,
No.L
Commencing at a post planted about five
miles more or ir-■ from the mouth of Bear
Cwek, thenco south lflO chain*, thence east 40
bains, ihence north lfli chain* thenoe west 40
chain- to place of commencement.
No. I.
Commencing at a poet planted 40 chain* west
of No. I post, thence H)i chains south, thence
east lo chains, thenoe north 160 chains, theoce
west ft chains to place of commencement
No. X
Commencing at a pout planted at No. 2 post,
thenco south TO chains, theooe*west 4u chains,
thence north W chains, thence east *" chains
to place uf commencement.
Nu. t.
jmmenclng at a post planted north of No.
2 post, thenoe north SB chain*, thence eMt SI
ohains, thenoe south 80 chains, thence weal to
ibalns to place of commencement.
No. j.
Commencing at i post planted wm of No. 4
post, thence north N chains, thence we»*t 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence cut 80
halns to place of commence ment
No. a
Commencing at a post planter] one mile wert
of No. o post, thence north w chains theoce
west 80 chains, thenoe south 80 chains, thence
en*! yi chain- to place of commencement
No.I.
i ommoncing at a post planted on eart «ldc of
No, tl post, thenoe south IJjchsins, thence eart
10 ohains, thenoe north 180 chain*, thence west
1" chain- lo place of commencement,
ha, 8,
Commencing at a post planted watt side of
No. T. jK>t thence-Hjuth 40chain-, thence west
100chains, theme north III)ohains, thence Met
pin chains to place of commenoement.
H.O, BOBBINS.
Dec.eih. r.»-V 3iyjli
VTOT1CK is HKRKBV OIVKN that thirty
x\ days after date 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Cuiiimi-sioner of Laadl and Wontsfotft
special license to cut and carry away timber
from the following dtwrtbed land-*:
No. 1,
Commencing four rodn from the west bank of
I'ingtton Croes, and about nine miles from the
mouth, ami eight rods from the wuth bank of
the west fork of Rontoni thenco west NO
chains, thence north H chains thenoe ewt 1ft
chain-, thence south IU chains to place of com-
mtKMX- H.G.HOBBIN8.
Dec. Mil, 1»-V. WI|U
VrOTlCBIs borate Riven tbat.SOdajrs after
j^ date, wpimenato apply to the Chief Com.
missioner nf Lands and Works for s special
Beense to cut and carry away timber from the
"iHowing described lands:
Slartinaat a post planted at the north well
corner of R. ulendenning's preemption, situated <>n tho north side of the Columbia River
abont S : miles below Upper Arrow Lake end
marked Y.C L Co.'s Upper South West Corner
Post, thence north 40 chains, thence east 1*1
chains, thence south 40 chains, thence west 18
chains to point of rnmmencement
VALE-COLCMBIA LUMBER CO., LTD
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a**:    trimmed at uist Malt price,
MANTLES
Ladies' Mantles and Cloth
Skirts to clear at half price.
We nill |int i'ii "in II.
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OVERCOATS       |
Men's    Overcoats,     Boys'    v$
Reefers, al great reduction,
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The CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.
Wish All Their Customers and Friends
a Prosperous and Happy New Year,
The Canada Drug & Book Co.'y j
(Social & Personal.
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DON'T FORGET   US
NEXT WEEK
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MARRIED.
Achisox-Sashaiv—On the 9th inst.
nt the home ol the bride's father,
Fourth street, by the Rev. \V. 0.
Calder, Dais) Sashaw to Joseph
Achison, ol Glacier, I'.. ('.
Local and General.
Typhoid is prevalent at New Westminster.
A lire at High River did damage to
extent ■ l* #76,	
Calgary plumbers went on strike
fur -10 cents nn hour,
American horse-thieves
.'-.:-■ rta ranchers great trouble,
A carpenters strike is threatened in
Vancouvi t lor -Iii cents an hour
Kate Cadden, aged 13, was burned
;. death by her clothes catching fire,
Railway traffic in the mountains is
better than at this time last year.
0, E. Q erley formerly conservative
: i ruber I t C Ichi ster, N. ri., dieil on
Saturday.
i. Guy   Barber   Ins   ti,,    i ni -t
I lets      artil :ial       ■ rs -eon in
the city.
24 cars of lumbci were Bhipped by
the An t ' Big Bend Lumber
e   ..■  lies last we .:.
A mass niei I ng at Derby bo ited
,: .in  Chamlerlaii refused  to
bin I   speak
An Ami.. in   ni ivspaper  man   :■ 	
having an airs tip built to give access
■   thi :. rl   |   ■
Dr,   Xorl ti   .„;. i sti I   I I -  i ''
pplei . men ,c.; th » itfi ted
-.. ; lisi ises,
l.inei ii   ii rgesi   in
('utility Luitn has 1212,600 invested,
wont into insolvency.
Lieut, llruivii received the militia
pay check to-day, nnd members entitled to efficiency pay will receive il
to morrow evening after drill.
The (Hil Timers of Revelstoke propose holding n supper at an early ditto,
when some good stories of the old
days in Rovelstoko will, no doubt, bo
At tbo police court yesterday, before the Mayor, John Grey was charged
with assaulting a woman of the lower
town and sent to Kamloops goal for n
month.
The rink is being well patronised
this season, The Band was in attendance Monday night and will again add
lu the attractions nt tho rink tomorrow night.
The Grand Trunk will spend a
million dollars for motive power, the
orders include 81 locomotives, 2n of
which are for passenger ami HI lor
freight, traffic.
The Hank of Montreal, at Regina,
was burglarised, but owing to the
plucky notion of the janitor, who exchanged shots with them nnd was
wounded, they tailed to get any money,
The York   County  Loan  investigation shows the financial statements
wore misleading, ihe auditors certificates untrue, aud the business had a
on strikeI(te(]cit 0f$330,000 per annum,    It is
expected sharehold
are giving oents on the dollar
A, E, ICincald loft Monday for the
ouilsl oil n business trip,
W, I!. Ross, M.l', 1'.. was in l.cvcl-
stoke Monday on his way lo Victoria,
W. M, Brown leaves tomorrow lor
Victoria, where be will reside fur a
time.
Win. Illakeinore, M, !•!., has been
appointed editor at Victoria of Tho
Week,
Mrs. Ilolton entertained a number
of young people nt a pleasant dunce
on Friday.
Walter liiillan. of Wilmer, and J.P,
Boyd, of Comaplix, are appointed
Justices of the Peace.
Il is stilled F. Peters, former premier
ofP.E,I., will be appointed Lieut
Governor of II. ('.
A, M, Pinkliam returned this wee
from Calgary where he went for the
Christmas holidays.
J. A. Maodonald, M, P, P., of Ross-
laud, and family came up from the
south Sunday on their way to Victoria,
.1. V. Porks has been culled to England on account of the death ol his
(ather mid will leave Revelstoke next
month on his journey.
Mr, li. Mai-pule, superintendent uf
the C, P. I!.. aud Mrs. Marpolo will
leave Honolulu on Tuesday next tu
return to Vancouver,
During Mrs. B,  A. Lawson's presi
donoyof  the  Ladies Hospital Guilt
the society hits raised if'.lUO  in aid of
the hospital,
Mayor Keary, who has ably presided over the civic all'aira of Westminster fur five years, was bauquetted
by his fellow-citizens on Friday,
John lluiistiin arrived  at  Victoria
Irom Goldliclds,     lie   has   taken   a
will only get 50 room at the Driard for the Bessii n and
iv    attend closely lo his narlian -1 t-
.Speaking at Birmingham Chamber- llr)' ''"lies.
lain said Britain already bad almost     At the meeting i;' the Ladies Aid i
hopelessly Inst the trade load, and her the Hospital yesterday it was decided
only hope now lay in colonial prefer- to hold   two  dances  in aid  ol the
once, bill he feared thai fiscal reform
would be smothered under the mass 11
minor issues during the campaign
A sad story comes from l'alliser,
where the Gulden Star reports a de-
meuted woman drugged her children
out iu the coldest night ol the n is in
anil oni of them is lying in the Golden hospital sintering frum Irozen
feet, which may luce to be amputated,
Kootenay Lodge A, I-', and A, M.
rcbased from  Pun  Macintosh
the I   ■ ci rnei  lots on Fi -i Street,
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{£: been a "Howling Success."  Crowds cams, they saw, they wero pleas'ed, thoy purchased ...;
^ and sounded our praises to their friends.    We now start on the Saoond Week and wo :$
2r shall no doubt beat Our First Week's Record.
The First Week of Our Great Sale has far exceeded our expectations.   It has
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I OUT!     CUT!     OTJT!     OUT I 1
fc Bargains await you here  at  every  turn.    This  is what you may term a 3
^   Straightforward Reduction Sale.   If you miss it you'll bo sure to regret it. -_£
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FIT   REFORM   STORE.
society'a  lunds,  ami    one  will   be
arrangi d (ot tins month.
i.., ii,/- tte si;.  .: '■•- thi ap|     t-
■-.-■   1  C. R. Hamill
adminisl itoi       the  I. island •. c-
1    '    pma
itrator (or I
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tfrs. 1 5, tl
nenl   I'm     ■        ■    reus   of   New
M ■       ist, .,  visit to hei
1 if ra. Her
ring is a Camp
east of the Salvation Army Hall, .....I  j Pathless Wen
• nils en iting tl - re n ■• I ai dst   ■
• i •    tr li   . i     i      ,   ti - MM. G. a     ill     tl
..I -  ii ■ Hall at it c ist of about -,l->
Tbe i- intracl  foi the building
will probably
mer.
An  Mexican 1
rei ■ ivctl t:.■ i   Row-
, nd Britl iii   pati nl   iti    u    Van-
mi   .-'    olj,   |Vcr |,y ..... j,:,.■..  pati   '   -   toh
be let during the sum-
nt   ha i     ■'   - -
B, c   I ectric Railwaj   nu olectn , ,,,. , , n i,ne Braini Imp   red I ar
■    ■ :   '■ '• in tvei   ;. M nday .. Il(.h ,,|.,.;i .. .,,.;   r..„, ,,. |„ t/an.
.-.. ,.,-,    , rep  :-    ti '•       rth - tvei and ul
e .,-•.   Indians ol  British C 'I unbia
t-.      in -. rerj   Iwhite girl*.
ii,. Indian Wild Alex, was banged
„t Kan ■ pa 1 riday foi the murder i f
anothei Indian at Vernon,
N-u York state will prosecute the
nigh , oia - -1 the lid insorance
, mpai ii ex| ised by the recent investigation.
J. Knox won the final billiard tournament »'■ L. M. ,-:i,ytln'- and was
awarded the handsome set of pipes
given a: lirst prize,
The owner.- ui the rink intend repairing the building, stopping the
leaks and making it more comfort-
table for patrous,
The Southern Light ,', 1'uivci company (Toronto  in which llie Vuik
perience i- di in instrating the
ai 'i .ui nntages,
Kink I'M
Bond in ail
SKATING.
'Thursday) nighl
urriiw
lu in---
il -  ay, Un Ri - ■   ■
i VIrs
For  thi   .-• nth mi n •
i'.   Cruii iv.i , '    1
\| e l|   :,.,       -,, unci
Mra. II. A. Brown da
the I..'-- ns  ', isl .- - I
pleasant   i
' i        ' ...it ni 'i  |, -t,   and  was
ied     I 2 a        Mi-   i
[iirniahet lit      Extra     rera
played   by  Mn   I   M    Scotl    Vfi.i
Garvin, Messrs Watl and   He
\ nli,-   inc a' ti ,i:t- " rved al  mid
night.
Business Locals.
W. Fleming ro-oponed his meat
store on Tuesday.
Tbo Mint makes money without
advertising. .Nu one else nan. Advertise in the Mail lliai.ii.u.
FOR SALE No. 1 Clear While Pino.
Fir and Cedar, Apply toH. Tapping,
lljlil
Mrs. Barnes, trained nurse,city,has
prepared a room to take in maternity
cases.
FOUND-A Gobi Locket-Owner may
obtain saiun on applying [at Mail-
llnilAI.II (Mice, ."lit:
Every Arrow-header  should soon
and send to bis friends n copy of tho
Christmas number of the Kootunav
Mail.     Price  50  cents  nt   E, Mc-
(iaghran & Co.'fl.
Call on E, MeGaghran and Co.,
Arrowhead, nnd scciiro n coiiy of tho
Christmas number of the Kootenay
Mail, with tbuso line Arrowhead
pictures.
Stock-Inking at Ihe A. E, George
Company's store will be completed
this week and the store will be reopened next week.
There are still a few copies left of
the Christmas edition of the Knu-
tekay Mail, ihe finest illustrated
paper ever published in Revelstoke.
Price 50 cents. Order before supply is
exhausted, interior Publishing Company, Revelstoke, B.C.
It never pays to think we know it
all. It is beliefs of this sort that bring
us hard bumps.
Salesmanship says :—" Advertising
if it isn't fool advertising—is the most
profitable way that a dollar can be put
into circulation." It will pay you to
put dollars into advertising in the
Mail-Herald.
An important step taken in electrical journalism is the consolidation
ol the " Electrical World and Engineer" and ihe "American Electrician."
The M.tn.-IlKiiAi.u gives advertisers
a guaranteed circulation of 2,(il)0 a
week.
Are you a modern Gulliver? Are
you letting trifles get the best of you ?
An- those dwarfs. " Blue Days," " Low
Aim," ' Wasted Time," trying to
shackle you '.' If so, wake up and
"ciitt.erjtii.-- dwarfs now,
The other day a procrastinator said:
ionn    Ivi rtisii g nexl month
.: i  ivi        Hi died.    Another said:
...   ibout it tomorrow,"    He's
e:    Still another said     "I'll ad-
. • .. to the dc       He's gone
[| j   .    int I    ivi -p'-r adver-
■e in tin il    n.n and do it
-
■ • •   5 i tisement i- not
:• - noli,     When
>„  pi., nl .. hen the
right     t      peopli Bee il and
n ad a     I hi   right medium   -  I lie
ttoi    - liich   |,r>---, -!    will  do the
real"    'I bo   M      H is   tbe
bull
BANKING,
I In M   ions  Bank an
erlj       I       : -' p.'
i ■        na ,    19011
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paid     tl
dirldendl
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IT'S A FACT THAT CAN'T
BE BLOTTED OUT
»',- t'ii'f you lie- heal prices nnd Ihe tu - » -I
im the nexl tun day i,
I teat .un. -tie ..I I r. -1 i -1 -. --  flood   ' nmmencoH on
Saturday lo make rnniii for Spring lock,
Pipes,   Pouchcr,,    Cigar    nnd   Cigarette
Holder), Cigar and Cigarette <;.-i■;,:•.
Tol)acco Jam, Hookas, Etc., at Cost.
BROWN'S CIGAR STORE
ItEVIiLSTOKU'S I- AS CIS I GROWING STORK
CHURCHES,
, ,, - .
meet
i
at the home ol Mn   Wm, I
on Mond -
reports Iroi ! :
tirer (or the p.- I I Id   thu
tho coming
year,   The reports si      I	
wmI,  li.i    '.-' ii   il   and    - tea  til
thanka wore pisl   to   the     I  I  ■
officers,   Tin   I illowing olllcora weio
then olootod:—Hon, Presidenl Mrs, i
Lowis; President, Mn  li. H, Brqiihart;
Vice-Presiilenl  Mrs, B, Coming Bed
rotary. Miss Grant; Assistant Secretary
Miss llislop; Treasurer, Mrs, J. M.
Doyle; Assistant Treasurer, Mrs. A. F.
Anderson.
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OUR CHRISTMAS NUMBER
Further Compliments on the
Production.
(VANCOUVER IVIIKLIi.)
The Christinas mini bur of llie
KtKiTEXAV-MiAi, is full of interesting
matter ninl lino engravings of ninny
picturesque hits of Jliitish Columbia,
Portraits of promimout men of the
Kootenay district urc also given.
Arthur Stringer, tho clover writer of
short, Bharp verso, has contributed a
clever littlo poem, " Strike Out
Canuck," that will find a responsive
note in many n heart. (Jitilc of n
different stamp is Ellen iMitnly's
womanly appeal for the "Empty
Stockings" of the children of the pool-
on Christmas day. A good photograph of the Silver-Tip Fulls adorns
the cuver. Some weeks ago the Mail
asked suggestions for a inline fur these
beautiful falls, which are situated on
Eight-Mile creek, about seven miles
from Revelstoke, on tho Big Bend
trail, Sixteen names were Btiggesled,
and on a vote being taken the name
"Silver-Tip"ivas supported by a large
majority for adoption. The Mail
offered a prize of live dollars to the
person first suggesting the name
finally adopted and the prize was
bunded to Miss Olive Bell, of Revelstoke. Tbe Kootenny district is laid
before the reader in a fascinating way
by one whu returns to Canada for the
realization of bis ideal of what perfect
loveliness means. Fur Ihe benefit, of
practical men there is a long article
on mining which tostilies to the great
resources uf the Kootenay,
(MINING- ItEVIEW.)
"The Kootenay Mail publishers are
to be complimented on their Christmas number. It is without a doubt a
high-olaes production."
—     . ^,       —
Anxious About Him.
One winter's day a very bow-logged
tramp called nt a home in Ontario
and Btood to warm himself by the
kill-Inn stove. A little boy iu the
home surveyed him carefully for some
minutes, then finally approaohing
him, lie said: "Say, mister, you better
stand it.u'k; you're warping I"
A Question of Nationality,
An Irishman ami a Frenchman
were disputing over the nationality ol
a friend Of theirs. " I say," snid tho
Frenchman, " that if he was born in
ir., -, it,, jg a Frenchman," " Be-
gorra ! said Pat, " If a oat should
nave kitten.- In the ovon would you
ca.ll litem biscuits'! '
RULES FOR HEALTH
Gel    nlo  llie   pink   ol   condition,
i ,    e these i iglit  rules fur health
put you there
■   ■   11 wor r j
i • I   lib moderation,
Ir.ij't .,-,,,]. t hi   I iirkish bath fad'
-   - akom tin   faten
up hermetically
,'...,       ,     [III     Hell I'I" till--- ■;•,   ,   Jl	
,    '■     !  '■ .ill,.
cton   dope when you
- an gel   il ol it.
Bleep ti midnight and 7 a, in,
—longer il you (an   v Ith tin  i ttrn
he I irward end,
-   ;,' ■ ll"      I'I'  ' " 0,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN HANGERS
i" Ml   OS  l lllllAY,  ,1.'.'    12
AT DM LI, HALL
WORK,
Work with all I lie energy you have.
Work at tho task which lies nenrest
you; lake up Ihe "nexl job."
Work lu lift your pound if you cannot lift n ton of tho world's greatest
burden,
Work at Hint which seems to you nt
present, the one thing Ior which yon
nn: best lilted.
Work so that the matter in hand
may be dune as well as your application and ability can do it,
Work, with love for your labor, giving to it not half your heart nor three-
qliai'tors uf it, but tbo whole of it.
Work with tho faith that the world
needs you at that labor, and that the
present nnd future will bo the better
(or your efforts.
Work with the faith Ihal labor cull-
qucrs iill things, and that your olfurts
are certain, iu time, to remove all
obsinclcs from your way.-—Spare
Moments,
THE TOWN OF NO-GOOD,
Did you over hour of Ihe town Nogoud
On llio hanks of llie river Slow,
Where Ibe smneliiues-oi'-othi'i' seenl
Ibe nit-
And the suit go l.-izies grow .
It lies in tho valley of Wlinl's-llie use
In the province nf Let-her-slidel
It's Hie huine of the reckless I-don't-
cnie,
Where the Give-il-up abide.
The town Is as old ns the human race,
And it grow with Ihe flight of years;
It is wrapped in Ihe fog of Ihe Idler's
dream,
lis si reels iarc paved  with dlscordlllll
sclieines
And are sprinkled with useless tears.
WANTJD
WANTED- Pupils io learn Shorthand, I'iiiiiiin System.  Apply I"
Mis. 15, A. Haywiird,City. aOjIS
WANTKD-IJIiieksniilb, first class
used lo steam biunmet, Must
be good general worker mid a bustler,
Statu wages. Permanent position to
the right man. Address "Corporation"
this otilce,
\ IACHINIST, only n Up top general
ill. nnin who is used lo repairs and
general simp work. Wasters need
not apply. Address "Corporation,"
Ibis olliee.
I -l.NGINKER, wilh 2nd Class II. ('.
J'j Certlilcato, Water and Sicnm
Plant, Only ih'stobiss reliable experienced men need apply, Address "Corporation," this olllc ■.
MILLMKN, first class Stamp Mill-
men mid Amalgamators who
Know the business nnd are hustlers.
Wasters not wanted. Wages fjl-1,00,
Permanent job to the right men. Address "Corporation,' Ibis olUce, ".Vljlli
WANTED -A llrsi-class Surveyor
mid Draftsman for mine surveying, maps and uieclinnlciil drafting.
.Must be nenl, ncciiriile, a hustler ninl
not nfi'iiid uf niliui iiniii. Stale experience mill pay wanted. Address
"Canada' Ihlsolllce. IjlH
NOTICE.
kTOTICK is hereby given that lira nailer
;\|slitiii-,1 Intvu   iiiiini-ii.l Initio l.loiiliiiiiint-
11 n„i in Council ii pror-OBiil. undor tlio
iirovli t»' "Hlvora iniil Hlrainn Art,"
furelenrlnKninl r ylngdf oualiiiiiiloinIiiiiii
,i„i Itlvir, »t-i Kimieiiii), ninl i''r itiiiluiie
Un iiiiiii in i..r rtftlngMid ilrlvlns llmroun m
!,,,, , i,i„l,,i. mn,bu-. i.nt ■ sin.! i-ii.il-. ami im
,IM uiiguml iniiliiliiliillil! Iionins fur liolillng,
snrllnu anil ,1,-lii ,-t'ui;; toga and llmlrar l,i,,nulil
down mid rtvor, nml lor altoolilng I injtiitlio
l,oi .,,„i rivernud Oolainbla ttlvorforaald
■ii!,' I.,,',,i it, a.- tiiii-eieii by wild work are
i iiiiiii liunl . ,   ,     ,
The im I I,,11, prnpOSCll l"  I'f ell.tut-'l   ire
,„ i tiy Im fixed  liy  llm Judgo uf Ihe
i .nun\ i it'ii-i nf Kiinlcniiy.
Bated Ilia Oth Janunry, limn.
I'llln
AII.MISBION 7.rie.
i.aiucs I'ltl-n:,
lll.VI-.I.STtilil-, SAW .Mil,I, en., I/I'll,
WOOD YARD
I have started a peiiiiiuieui. Wood
Ynril on Third sireel. Willi my past
xpeiienee I hope to lie iii a pusilion
to satisfy till |,'l|llilellii'llls of custom'
era, Drycordwood kepi, in stuck and
Mipphed In any lengths at reducer}
prices fur cash.
R, SAMSON
Corporation of the   City  of
Revelstoke,
A    I'Uni.K! MKKTINtl will lie belli nl  llm
;\   ii|iei-n lien,  I'Viilny. Janunry I'.'ib,
lll'U, tniiiiiioiioinx ni S i>. in., for tic retiring
(ouiioll In ini'i'i ihe nltlzciis and   illaoiinfl
tlllllliei|ial   lll.'lllel'-.
ii. a. miowN,
Mayor.
TENDERS.
louden will be received bj llio untlurHlgiicd
[or Llio coiistnielloii of a cold sLorrigo vvaro-
boimo fiir i he I'lilKfiry UrowitiK Compmiy,
I'liiii-iiml BpocllloHtloilH nmy In-seen ul. our
ollloo,
Tendon cIoho oh January 151 li,
RRVKLSTOItK WINK & SPIRIT
351 .'II CUMPANY, IjIMJTHP.
G. W. THOMAS,
Doctor Veterinary Science.
QnuluRlc Ontnrto Vulorhiary Collcgo, yenr 18B1
I in'.'ii nildfsciiHCKof tloini'siit'nniuiiilH. hi-
lilonmeun Im seen in Howb' liru^ SLoro. I mn
nu fraud <t liniiosler Lravelliuij around Llio
country vlcl.tn.iii.nir (bu public, I bavoall
niaiiuor of tiiHlrunioiiUt for porfovintng Surgical
OpornLloiui and DonLtsLry on nil niilmaU,
Twenty lour years practical oxporloiico,
Residence—Lower Town, Revelstoke,'
NOTICE.
VTOTIOK Is horobj ptvon that thirty duya
l\ attur data wo iiitontl to uutily to tho Chief
I'ommissiouorof Luodd aud works for special
lloonso to cut and curry away timber Irom tlio
following dosoribnd lauds,
Commouolng at a post murkod Bowman
Lumbar Co.) Ltd. N- E> Cornor poat. 3't miles
uortli*oaBt of Baauoek Point; thence south 80
clialusiwost80chaiasj north so clialusj east
SOolinlns to point of.ooiumeuoomout,
BOWMAN LUMBER Go. Ltd,
80f0
NOTICE,
VO'l'li'I: is li.iriiliy Liven Unit thirty ilny.-'
i> ntturdale I im Iwanply in ilu, l(,,ur,l
.a' l.ii.iii-iiiei'iniii.iissi rsfortlie llovolatoka
Licensing District turn trimsfor nf ni>- lloenso
Iur llie (iraiiil Hnliil. Ntikilsp. tu .Mnluulnn
Mcl'artby.iifllosoborry, B. C
(Slgnod) JOHN HECTOIt.
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MIIIIIIIIIIIIIII „„
• FANCY CAKE |
I AND CONFECTIONERY     I
• If yen until tbe above tvu run J
• sii|i|ili juu ivltb anytbbig in this •
• llno.1 J
• TCI mn •
• wiiiiI.ksomh •
| White and Brown Bread •
I    cj,1'35  and Buns    I
• •
• •
• Dances and Private Partloa Catered To, •
• full Stock ul Ivii-i-lli'lit CiiniliuH.        •
•   •
! A. E. BENNiSON,   !
• t,c,s„ ....... ..oca ••••••
saammBnmuumammMnmtmaam
RE-OPENED I
W. Fleming's
Meat Market
FIRST STREET,
Orders for lieef and Mutton,
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will receive prompt attention.
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Best Firewood in the City.
Shipment of Chinese Canaries Just rc-
celved  Prices Irom $2 to $5 each
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