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Kor ramily use lltere is not lung so
wholesome and so pure as HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
llT'S BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS!
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Vol. 13,-No 94
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REVELSTOKE. R 0. NOVEMBER HO. Midi
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Seasonable Groceries
CHEESE
McLaren's, in  four-sized   .lars;   Canadhn,
Stilton, Limberger, and Cream Tin Foil.
JAMS
Crosse & Blackwell's, all kinds, In 1 lh. Glass Jars
4 Hi. tins nnd 7 lb. tins.
DDCOCDWCO    Strawberries,Cherries, Pineapple nml
rntOLnVtO   Apple Butter.
WagetafPe Preserved Peaches and all other kinds of fruit in
Glass Jars.
Id I ICC VVagstaH'a Jellies in Blackberry, Red Currant
JlLLILO and Crnh Apple. Crosse & Blackwell's Jellies
of nil kinds in 1 Ib. Glass Jars.
MARMALADES
1 a nd 2 11). Glass Jars, nnd 4 lh.
nnd 7 lb. Tins. Keillor's Mar-
maladcs in 1 lh. Glass Jars nnd 4 and 7 lh. tins. Robertson's
Pineapple mnrmalad', Fig an.l Ginger Marmalade and Uliredcd
Lemon Marmalade,
PIMPED Crosse * Blackwell's  Preserved Ginger.   The
uHlULlI brand of Ginger that cnn be purchased.
Quite a trouble for the busy housewife to fill tbeir place
since Fresh Fruit is out of season. Look over the following list of delicacies.   No liner list in Canada.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
rail Goods Arriving Dally.    Dressmaking and Millinery Rooms, 2nd Floor
fi.
v\
XMAS LIST
WATCH IT!!   Brisk Selling These Days Indicate That This is
a Good Place to Buy Your
XMAS  GOODS!!
People ronlize the fact and oome hero for good, sensible
and always useful articles. No Store offers butter
values nor quality tlinn nre here shown. It is n pleasure to us to show our goods, anil wo invite comparison
as to values and quality.   LOOK THROUGH !
A Gift for Father
or any Gentleman
A Gillette Safety Razor with
I dozen keen cutting blades.
II ousts $.").
Pocket Knives
ion varietiei—Pearl, Horn,
Ivory. Aluminum. Tortoise,
Bone and Nickel frnm Inc. tn
$2,60.
Sets of Razors
In cases from $8,60 to $6,00,
Slinvin/ Mugs nnil Brushes,
Smokers' Sets, Ash Trays.
Electric Lamps
For Father's Desk or for
Mother's Work Table.
Cut Glassware
For the Ladles—Nothing is
more acceptable or pleasing
than ..no of om' Beautiful
Berry Bowls ue Pitchers.
Tho quality of our Out Glass
we guarantee the linesi. Our
nssoiimotitseclipse anything
ever seen in the town.
Hand-Painted China
We are showing some rare
production! in this line nt
remarkably low prljes,  We
hnve some rich designs in
Pouyel, l.imnges, Co.. I port,
Wedgwood and other makes.
Plated Ware
All new goods in Plated
Ware. Latest designs nnil
low prices.
skates:   skates:
All sizes, for hoys and girls, We can HI any foot. We sell all tho
best, makes both in Huckey mid Spring and nlsn the Automobile Skates
—every pall'warranted, Hockey Sticks nud Pucks. Ankle supports
and everything that n skater wants.
Electric Toys
Cirponluis'Hots nf Tools and ninny lines to pleaso the girls and
boys.
Jack Knives fob Boys ami <. erls
A guod st.ong Jack Knife for lhu hoy* ul 60o. Pretty Pearl
Handled Kl.ives for the girls, rale, to $1.
We mo pleased to Invito all to visil und look through British Columbia's largest and llnuat Hardware Store,  Select your Presevtsnow
nnd we will keep them fui' yuu unlll wanted,   Lii.lv comers get the
best select Inns.
CUWBENCE HARDWARrilumJ
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Lumbermen Organize—Certificates Destroyed—Held for
Murder—Czar vs. Douma—
Limit Emigration
Vancouver, Nov. 30.—An outhiiai-
astic gathering uI representative lumbermen was lield al trillion's Hall laat
night, at which wns organized whal i«
to hereafter he known ..s the liritish
Columhia Timber and Forestry Chamber of Commerce.
Chicago, Nov. 30.—The lirst step
towards retiring the clearing house
certificates issued in this oity was
taken yesterday when tho executive
oommittee ol the Chicago Cleuring
Houso ordered destroyed |2.ri,tll)U
worth nf certificates that huve In en
pnid back to the cleuring liouse.
Sax Bernaiiiu.no, Nov. 30—The
police have detained in the city jail a
man giving lhe name ol Bayers who,
in essential respects, is said to lit the
dj-criplion of Charles Burlison, nne of
the two men accused by ihe Seattle
authorities ol murdering Mrs Agt.es
True Covington, ol Vernon, H. 0,
whose bed)' was fonud in a trunk
flouting in Puget Sound, just two
months ago.
St. Petersbuhb, Nnv, 30.—Tl.e
Douma last night decreed that tl.e
title of autocrat, nhich has been bomo
by the Emperors ot ltussia for centuries, is noj longer tenable within the
Russian states and is incompatible
with the regime inaugurated by tlie
manifesto issued by Emperor Nicholas
on October 30,1005.
Tokio, Nov. 30— Kodolphe Lemieux
Canadian postmaster general and min
ister ol labor, had a conlerence lasting
three hours yesterday with Minister
ot Foreign Affairs Hayashi, at which
the emigration problem was discussed.
It is understood that he received assurances that .he Japanese Government
is now engaged in planning the limitation oi emigration to Canada.
ITALIA .S VS. SICILIANS
Racial Ructions Among Coal-
shovelers of Mauretania
New YotiK, Nov.   30-A  hundred
Italian coalshovelers, who were en
gaged in loading the new Cunard liner
Mauretania at her .luck on the Hudson Itiver yesterday, became involved
in n riot, in which a number of pistols
were lired, nud several of the rioters
jumped into the river to esc ipe hul
lets The quarrel is believed to
have been between fa iti.tn fron Sic y
tnd those Irom other parts of Italy
it the tiring ol tin-lirst sh t, almost
every  Italian   nt   work  dropped  hi*
hovel, drew some  kind oi a weapon
and joined in   the  tight.   Thc  un
armed unes and the other workers on
the duck gut out  ol  range  of  the
bullets nud culled for tbe police.
Several unarmed Italians, when
pursued by the armed oumpatriots,
jumped into the river, nnd in one case
the pursuer  followed,  but-  was  out-
istat. 'ed,
liy the time the police nrrived one
faction hnd been put to flight, and
although many shots were fired, no
one wis found to have been wounded
Two arrests were made.
PAYING OFF THE DEBT
B. C. Government Paid Half a
Million This Week
VANCOUVER, Nov. 30 — The  provincial [government Thursduy redeemed
at par hali a million dollars uf its loan
in 191)3 when coming into power.
The million dollars borrowed at tbat
time was to bc paid back ut the rate
ol one hundred thousand per year, but
yesterday the Canada Life, which held
half a million, said it would accept
jiish at put. Two hui.dud thousand
ol the loan is yet remaining. The
total debt ol the province is now
eight million.
TO INVESTIGATE CHARGES
Enquiry   Whether  Public   is
Given Fair Deal.
Ottawa, Nov. 30.—Tlie Railway
Commission will meet on December
10 to open an enquiry into the toll
charges ol the express companies ot
the Dominion, similar to tlie investigation already made Into attain of the
Hell Telephone Company. George F.
Bhopley, K. C, will conduct the examination on behalf of the Crown  with
the object ol ascertaining whether the
public i receiving frr nn.1 equal
treatmenl to which they are entitled
iu the matter ol express rates. The
law ol the Dominion submits nil express rnle* to the control ol the Railway Commission.
LUMBER COMBINE CASE
Clarke of Edmonton, is Found
Guilty and Fined $500
Edmonton, Nnv. 80— Tho lumber
if .nihil..' cu*e was eon.'luth',I Thursduy
and llis llounr Ohiel .III lie" Siltim
found the defendant, W. II. Clark, of
Edmonton, gui'ty on one count in the
indictment nud impuscl it line ol 1*1)08
There were twelve oounis in the indictment and the one ol tv del) Chirk
wus adjudged guilty was Hint ot unduly preventing ur lessening lhc purchase, niiiniilnelnre, sale or exerting
undue influence ol the price ol lumber
It is probable chat the ..hur.es against
tho other eleven members ul tho Alberta Retail Dealers' ass-..fit i.jii, of
which Mr Clark was pr..*.! ■ i, wl'J le
proceeded with nt once.
♦	
BALANCE ISSUED
Special Meeting of  C. P. R.
Shareholders.
Montreal, Nov. 30.- A speciul
general meeting ot the s - r holders
of the C-i.itiilinn Pncific J! ilatiy Company has been called tor I) cember
30th, to sanction the issue ul ,..e balance of the authorized Cfipnni stock
ol the company, lo tho tiinoiint ul
$28,32U,0UU, in such sums and at such
tirms ns the directors think proper
The authorized capital of the cunipany is $160,000,000, of which $421,-
080,001) bus hceo i-stied, and it is now
proposed to issue the balance uf $28,-
32U.OOU.
FEDERAL
THE ANNUAL REPORT
Of the Interior Department for
the Year Satisfactory
Ottawa. Nov. 30—ihe ai.uuil report of the minister oi the interior It
nine nionti.s pen, d, ending .Ma ch 31,
111 '7, wn* issued today lhe ge e.al
lesultof the year's opeuiii itis. ropoil
Says, loll. Iron, it tiuitiicinl stiit-djioitil
and us regards the opening up ... .1
settlement of vacant land ol the Canadian West, Ins been Irghly Sf.ii.*ii.c
lory. The total revenue.,I ihe department was $2,278,540, ur an .nc e.-e of
$753,303, us compared wilh .he c Responding nine muni lis of the preceding yenr. Homestead onirics for nine
mouths were 21,1)47.
—
Provincial Timber Revenue
I'or .he mont.is of June, July, Aug
ust, September nntl lie .
ber, the prov-
nice bus derived $006,07
1,77 Irom its
limber.   Tl.e returns in
us follows:
From tin.I.e.' leases.   ..
..$ 23,743 74
From timher licenses...
.. 530,569 46
Hnnd luggers' licenses..
..    2,680.00
Timher transfers	
..    2,852.25
Timher royalties	
Total	
... 11111,238.33
..$660,073.77
POSTMASTER'S ORGANIZE
First Convention lo be Held in
Revelstoke on Dec. 4th.
One ot the most important conventions Hint has been organised in
liritish Columbia will he held in this
oity on Wednesday, December -Ilii,
when tl.e pustniasterl of tho who'o
province will assemble bore fur lho
purpose ol Iuin,ing u Poitmmlef'l
Assooiation. Sueh..rgunizaiions huve
been most successful through.nit
Eastern Cumula, and the movement in
liritisb Columbia has boon received
with much enthusiasm. Ira Stratton
editor of the "I'ustnl Current," Stonewall, Manitoba, is tho organizer and
secretary, ..nil hns forwarded eirculais
culling for the co-operaiion of all
postmasters In I). C. to attend the
convention which will bo an aniiuii)
event.
Postmaiter MoRne b«i succeeded in
arranging Inr the convention to tnke
plnce in Kevelstoke, pointing out her
facilities ami centralization for ull
points. .Much guud is expected from
tbis meeting ul nil the postmasters
and Ibe convention, which will l.e
attended by a largo number, should
have benefioial influences.
Opened With Due Pomp and
Ceremony by E'arl Gray on
Thuisday, a Large Number
of Visitors Attending.
j    O'lTAWA,  Ollt,, Nuv,  2!).—The  lirst,
ronl snows;... .....f the season signalized
the opening ..( parliament Thursday
afternoon. The numbor of nut-ol-
town visil..rs lor ihe opening ceremonies wus exceptionally large. IHb excellency wn escorted tn the parliament
buildings by the Princess Louise Dra
goon guards. As tho carriage entered
the parliament house grounds n laluto
rung nut front the guns of the Neponn
battery firing party. The tisnnl guard
uf honor (rom the Governoi-General'e
Foot Guartln was in front nl the parliament buildings to receive Earl Grey.
The following is a resume of the speech
from the throne:
" The unexpected influx uf immigrants (rom Oriental countries into
Canada aroused a strong feeling of
opposition. A member uf my government has been deputed to proceed to
Japan to confer with Ihe Japauese
government on the subject
•' The sudden and unexpected collapse d tbe great cantilever bridge in
course ol construction across tbe St
Lawrence in the vicinity of Quebeo,
may be regarded as n national calamity nnd the event hns evoked much
sorrow fur the lives which were lost on
thut occasion. A commission bus
been appointed to inquire into tlie
causes which led to the disaster.
When received, the report of the
con.mission will be laid before you.
It will he necessary to devise meunB
for the completion of the bridge with-
it. a reasonable time.
"Il is must gratufying to find thnt,
notwithstanding the large reductions
ol postal rates, which have been made
tt... icvenue of the pjstoHice department litis continued to increase rapidly. The large receipts of the branch
n the government business will enable
the department tn make still large,
provision lor the extension uf p..s...i
facilities throughout the Dominion.
"I'l... lime bus arrived when public
interests repuire that telegraph und
iff,! bono companies holding ledeml
cha. tets should he placed ....d». government control, A bill will be introduced (or thut purpose.
"Gentlemen, of the House of Com
mons, the pi...lie ..ceo.nils for lhc nine
months coding 31st of March lust will
be laid before you without delay, The
estimates fur the coming fiscal year
will l.e submitted lor your approvul al
a., early day,
"Hon, g nlleinc. of the s. unto,
gi'iit.etnen ot the House ol Commons
among, the measures tube submitted
to yon is a bill Ior the extension oi
the boundaries of Manitoba and ulher
provinces, also a bill to provide fnr lb.
issue ul government annuities for old
are. A bill respecting insurance, and
bills tn amend the Election act and
the Dominion Lauds aot, I commend
to yuur thutightful consideration the
several eubjects to whioh I have re.
[erred ..ud 1 trust that in your deliberations you may be guided by Divine
light."
Thc debate on the speech from the
throne will not he Ink en up until
Monday. This is on account ol the
drawingroom tomorrow evening,
Get a Hevelslokc souvenir calendars,
just ibe thing fur mulling—only 60o,
—all ready boxed Canada Drug
Store.
llniiil painted china, vines, nml
other faucy.china, suitable fur Xmas
presents on show at C, B. Humo A
Co.'s.
TARIFF PREFERENCE
With Canada Considered by
Australia.
Ottawa, Nov. 80.—D,  II,   Ron,
I*.iifiiflii.il Trade Commissi..ner at, M.I
bourne, writes to tl.u Trade and Commerce Department that tl.u Premier
ol Australia informs him that, altor
tbe ctimplot.nu ol the Parliamentary
revision of the General Tut ill', it is the
ii.ieniiim uf the Commonwealth Government to givo ennsiderntion to preferential trade agreementi with Canada, New Zealand, and oilier dependencies of Great Britain,
BOUNDARY MINES
Probably Vote for
duction of Wages
Re*
Nelson, ii. C, Nov. 29,—The R..sb
land miners by it vote ol two to one
this week accepted the reduced scnlc
of wages, It is probable tbat this
oxample will bo followed by the
Boundary at a Inter dnte. I'bis probably mentis the resumption ol work in
ihe Boundary us well as the certainty
nl ll.e mines working as us....I in
Rossland.
io Make Your
Xinas Purchases
For the best of everything
for making tbe Mince Meal
and Plniii Pudding, have
your order bete. We have
,i line stock nf the cboiresl
fruits from Eutiipe und
California,
We carry only the best iu
nil lines. Out- Increasing
trade i- proof of this.
Seasonable Suggestions IMr&S
Inwi, loose nod In boxes. Shell. .1 Wain..is and Almonds. Webb's and
Christie's Plum Puddings. Spanish Olives, all size buttles, Cherries In
Maraschino,
Jelly Powders In all fruit flavors, ..l*o Champagne, Sherry, Port,
.Maple, Choonlnte and Postachlo.
PURE GOLD EXTRACT8 in nil fruit flavors nlsn in Nutmeg,
Allspice, Cinnamon, doves. Bitter Almonds, Cochineal and Chocolate.
Cadbury's Chocolates
Import order just tt. hnnd.
The linest assortment ever
seen In ibis town, iii cabinets, work baskets, glove and handkerchief
cases  all tilled wilh Ondbnry's Chocolates.
Wc nlsn hnve n line assortment of Webbs, Christie's and  Mc-
('... .nick's. If we hav. i got whal y.ui want, vou can't got it in town.
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GROCERIES     HARDWARE      STOVES      PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
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AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St Op. Dili
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S1? Head Office   Toronto, Ontario. J»
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.*-> Capital Paid U|>
iy Reserve Fund
(10,000,000.00
■     S4,860.OOO.OO
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A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted.
I)..,Its... Id ..vail..,.le i.i all parts of Canada, United Suiesand
C$  Eiiiopi..   Special attention given to Collections.
'I Savings Bank Department
?S       Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
H quarterly. 	
'■'.-■'olbtoiio Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
RESIDEN liAL
lots]
Residential Lots, 50x140 Feet, West of Hospital
4-Acre City Lots.      -      -       Best Fruit Land.
CITY HOUSES FOR SALE.
Sll or
Write
W. H. HUMPHREYS Box   '
\evelstoke
A.n. M. Spioiii's Lfinvell Estate Office, Cowan Block, Third St,
■tMMMMHMMM^awMHMSHIHNHMS
$10,000 Granted.
Dam to  be   Repaired   and
Finished in Early Spring.
Tb. Hon, K. Mi. Aylmer, Dominion
Works Engineer, has received a telegram Irom Mr, Keefer, stating thai
tl.o $111,0111) is now available Irom  the
Dominion government for the repairs
of the Columbia river dam ut thi.
puint and III completion, We understand, however, thnt the wurk will nol
be commenced until the winter is
priictically over, since nny operation
enrried on now would be tinsntislactory
and costly. As loon ns the ice hrcakes
several gangs of men will he engaged
in procuring ruck which will be used
to Iill up tlio breach ill the  dam,   the
s s. Kevelstoke being employed for thai
purpose. The far end will be repaired
and strengthened and a new cribbing
coustructcd round  the portiou  tbat
1 was damaged by t|)0 ice  last   winter,
I Wcrlc will be commenced as soon as
j tlie weather will permit so tbat it may
be completed   before  the  rise ol tbe
I water next year.    We Hre informed
f that the dredge will be pluced in com-
I mission again, the dipper urn.   to  be
superseded by a larger and more powerful  dredging  device  known as the
"orange peel" capable ul doing double
as much work, in less time than ths
, old   arrangement.     The   necessary
alien.!.m.is nnd repairs will lie carried
out here.
1 Thc apron ou the shore end of the
dun. will bo extended a little further
out in order to doubly protect the
bank. In visiting the dam yesterday
we note that considerable silt has been
deposited 011 the lower side during tbe
pait highwnter, which alter a lew
years will lorm a nutural dam, thus
making a permanent bank.
Nothing better than lur "Ipsotal.
'':
I vi,Dt'  injaus»iuciaiv»
I'lHLlsIIKl.  WEDNESDAY AND SATUE
DAY AT
IBEVELSTOKE. B.C..
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
snd Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mobphy.      Harold Fisher
G
ILLAN A- BLLIOTT.
B»n iters,' Solicitor., Etc
BEVKLSTOKS ISO Tliot I LAKE It - l'.
(■.E.r,.t..-,f. j l*. K,......n,
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ARVKY. McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, B0LIC1T0B8, KTC,
Onrictt:  Im'.kiji. Bank  Block, Kkvki.
'bti.kk, H, 0,
.Moncjf to Icsin.
Ortlcv-f Revolstoke, B..C.I Cranbrook, ll. C.
010.9, McClMTSK,
A. M, I'l.sK.UM. J, A. lU.IVKV.
Uriel-Hike, B.C,      t'rai.ln. .It, li...
8
J.M.Scon I.I..1) W.I.Brings,
ICUTT   AND  BRIGGS
B.UtRlSTKRS, S.iL.l ITOR8, ETO..
Money to Loan
JSolicitors v.ir Molsons Hank
First Street. Kevelstoke, li.i'
J
AS. A. McFARLANE
AfSAYER i CHEMIST
A«aay Dl all Ores, sam|.lea by mail or express
receive premi.*. attention.
Term. M. derate.
mr.ai     •     •    •    Box lit! Kaslo, li. C.
R
OHKKT SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Bi.x 113, Kevelstoke.
MISS M. E. CREIGHTON
teacher ok piano, vocal
harmony counterpoint, etc
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
nnd University Examinations.
STt'DIO-At  Mrs.  J.  C.   Hutchison's  Con
naught Avenue.
Zbc fflatUfcetalty
" 1 wuuld . ■ , earnestly advise them for
their good to order this paper to be punctually
served up, and to be looked upon as a part of
the tea L-q ut page.'"-Addison*.
SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1907
SCHOOL MILITARISM.
The introduction of military
training into the schools of the
Dominion, including as far as
practicable, instruction in rifle
practice, is a subject in which the
present minister of militia has
taken a keen interest for several
years past, believing, as he does,
that through this means immense
stimulus would be given to the
militia service of the country.
When the school boys are old
enough to enjoy the exercises and
the training of cadet corps they
will be encouraged to band themselves together into such organization; from which a large proportion
wiil afterwards graduate into the
militia itself.
called upon to supply the deficiency, It will be the duty of the people and the Government as well lo
prevent onr forests from being subjected to the improvident nnd
reckless methods of destruction of
timber, adopted by the United
States, unless we wish to seo the
tinisb of our own resources. Cnnada cannot be too careful in the
preservation of her limber and
with proper care and sure legislation she can he made lo keep up
the supply indefinitely. Our forests are ono of our greatest resources antl wc should he long
sighted enough to see thnt unless
immediate nnd drastic measures
arc taken, this asset will be beyond
our control. The attention of the
government should he directed
t.nvnr.ls the question of forestry in
preference to any oilier and it is
not too late now to begin to legislate for the conservation of Canada's trees, and the sooner some
well considered nnd fur reaching
scheme is introduced the better it
will be for the future of the Dominion.
interested
in  llie   ! ..si
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•unions
.,( the.la;
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ie    'i  '-.-I   ..
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will be no
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other chunc,. lor those
ivi.u di.
il 't get
I . last Iio
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Lust iv. ek
we h.d Iim
mi the
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gii.il
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This week
it i\ p-.ee.i,
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it'.
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Local Rovelstoko
Enthusiastic Gathering on Si.
Andrew's Eve.
Tne reputation ol ibo SI. Andrew's
Church Willing Workers null Ludies
Aid Wfis once more sustained in tbe
annual Scott sh Concert held hist
night in lhu Opera House, il being tl e
iveofSt Andrew. Tlie Scottish concert as an annual event Is one of the
most popular functions in Revelstuke
and judging by the packed bouse last
evening, the Scutch element iu our
city is n st.ung lent ure. A little delay
wns ocensi. ued nt tbe commencement
bul after the first   .ew minimis mu ,,,„;„ ,. „,  ,,   , ,-,   ,, ,.   ■„   .„
iii-.-iif.su,ii--"AiT.uiun.i-tii „r Capitalism.'   All
perl ..'liters entered   into the spirit ol latowtodaro welcome,
tl.e thing nud did their best to please. | C. W. 0. W.
The Armstrong Oroheitra played two
... .1       Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
numbers, thisenlerprising aggregation |   M,„,, »„.,„„, „,„,  ,,„,„,,,, W(,l,„. .l™ I,.
oaol. ........I..... S,-ll,i.-k Hull.   Viae
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets I'lrat .....I Tl.ir I .Viiilncaky in llio month
few numbers the ",'■ ';*-'lk"'k "'"."'"u""'*''1; V■'"   ..R»lli.™tfc'
..I ...
i receiving nearly encore.
COLUMBIA DAM.
It is gratifying to see that the
Dominion Government has appropriated the sum of $10,000 for the
purpose of repairing the damage
done to the wing dam last winter
and completing the entire work,
bu: at the same time it is to be
regretted that this money wa» not
available earlier, when work could
have been commenced at once. It
is now too late to think of starting
up any work since the weather is
against it, and with short days
money expended now would not be
to the best advantage. It is to be
hoped that an open winter will
allow of un early commencement
ol operation- next spring and that
work will be rushed forward in
order to complete it More high
water, ln spite ol tbe damage
done last winter, the structure hns
shown good service, the high water
and current leaving no apparent
trace of weakness. It is safe to say
that, contrary to expectations a
dam has been placed across the
Columbia and is there to stop,
once the necessary repairs are
effected and the work completed
in the way mapped out by the
enginears.
FOREST PRESERVATION
The fact that the Canadian timber supply may at some distanl
date be exhausted is ..no which
should be before the iiiintle ol all
Canadians, It has been asserted
that at ll.e present rule of cut
ting the timber supply of the
United Stales will be exhausted in
twenty yeurs. How this affect
Canada will easily be seen when il
is remembered that hs soon as the
timber ol the United States is de
ll C. FRUIT GROWERS
Okanagan Cities Join Fruit and
and Produce Exchange
Jus. Johnson, president ol lhe Ii. C.
Fruit and Produce Exchange, has
been engaged lately in touring the
Interior in an effort to bring ..11 other
exchanges into line, At a meeting of
fruit growers held in Pentieton Inst
week, niter speeches had been delivered by Messrs. Johnson nnd limn-
drith, those present declurcd themselves as unanimously in favor ol lhe
Union. Meetings have also been held
at Peachlnud, Summerlnud and
Enderby, with the gratifying result
that all three places huve decided to
join the Exchange,
HUSTLE  AND BUSTLE
Application to Business Brings
Success.
You can't tell the size of a fire by
tbe amount ol blaze and smoke. The
other day n stable and loft took tire
tbat made more smoke, while the
aff'air lasted, than the ten-story building down town that was demolished a
week later. To see tbe blaze and
dense volumes of smoke that poured
skyward you would hnve thought half
the block on which the o'd thing
Itood waB doomed; but 20 minutei
settled the business There ure people
thnt to hear them talk and see them
luss, you would think that tbey were
the only ones on earth that were doing
anything worth while. You have
only to look a little closer and you
know that there is a good deal more
wind than wheat going through their
machine. There is considerable difference between hustle and bustle. If
people would hustle more, there would
be less bustle. Hustle is caused by
not being up tu the mark either in
grip or application, lhe bustler ia
tbe man who is always in a dead
sweat either because he does not know
his business or because he bas been
asleep or loitering when he should
have been at it A hustler is tl.e man
who is "in it" from the drop of the
bat, and tor all he is worth. Hustling
and bustling may look alike, but the
results tell tbe tale. You can't, to
save your soul, tell u turnip seed front
a wild mustard seed na tbey lie side
by side in your band, lint plant
them, und you will soon find out. Tbe
bustler "gets there"; the hustler is just
ns far behind on the last lap as he is
at tirst. Don't try to hide laziness
and e.ipiueness behind a show of activity. Covet tlio "band ol tbo diligent.''—Solomon Second
THE TERM "COLONY."
Will Not be Used in British
Official Papers
Canada will no longer be referred to
... British ollicial psperi U ii "colony.'
We are a "Dominion," and that will
be our style, indicating that wo are
self-governirg, a., we have been (or
many years. The term was selected
by the Iramors ol Oonfederation. Sir
John A. Daodonald wanted it designated "Kingdom .,( Cnnada," but the
Imperial Government objeoted to the
name. Sir John never became quite
reconciled to his failure to carry his
Iioint, as late as 18811 telling Lord
Knutslord that a mistake was made
and "a great opportunity was lost,"
when his choice ol u name wil rejected. Canada, however, is well
satiTnd to be n "Dominion" Notwithstanding that a ..a..,., does not
could lor much,   the   lern.   • e .limy"
bas . t 'ren toliihed l.y nur p. .pie,
espoo' .'ly In the .... ul tie  ol  vi iiii.g
Bllg'ii  'fl hot lOO Woll il.f l'n ,,l  lis
to uui plains and leclingl, It ►..,.. ked
of an ' ownership1' which was 1..com-
p,tlblo with our Ireedcm uml nationhood —Hamilton Times,
Mrs, Lleetlnin. gnve a chain.ing rendering ol "Within a mile o' EdiuboiO
Tumi," Mr. Hall received an eneoro
for bis "Loch Lomond," while Mr.
Dickinson guvo u line perlorn.ai.ee on
tl.o pianoforte. Mrs. MoBride in tho
"Laird o' Cickpen" received hearty
applause, It. 11, Sawyer In his cruet
solo did excellent work, and the quartette by Mesdames Creelman and ,.L-
liride uud Messrs. Le Feaux nnd C. oke
ul "Scots Whu lln'e," was sung in a
true patriotic manner. Thc drill by
tlie Willing Workers, received a 1 rge
ovation and the dainty girls charmingly attired in white and Scotch
plaid, went through their work in ..
manner that rellects on them g o.u
credit, The Highland Fling ..no
Sword dunce by Vi. Murray wns tin.
event of lhe evening and repeated
encores brought back the "twu kiltws"
the nudience giving vent to uproariuits
applause. Miss Creighton gave a
pleasing pianoforte solo nnd Mrs
liens received .i just reward ol uppre-l
ciation for her song "Auld It. bin
Grey,'* Mr. Arman, the popular singer, scored another success and the
duet by Mrs. Mcliride and H. Cuoke
was pleasingly rendered. Mrs. Creel
mnn sang "Angus McDonald" in a
oianuer which brought ber warm
applause. Mesdames Dent and Square-
briggs nnd Messrs. Iiarber and Allum
in their qunrletle received an enthusiastic encore. "Auld Lang Syne," nnd
"Cod Save Ibe King," sung by the
entire audience, nearly raised llie roof
and storms of chipping nnd shinning
were kept goingnfter the music ceased.
The audience was truly patriot c and
enthusiastic in tbe extreme. Scotland
has a warm place in tbe hearts ol
Revelatoke's people and the concert ol
11107 will always he looked back up. n
with pleasure and pride.
11 , cut-.lt.tll>' Invited toiiiiifinl.
IV. I). A.tMST'UOS'tl. f.
.1   M.-INTYI.!-,, 1'1,-l-k.
. K IV„
IIKVKLST.)l<|.: AERIE No. V.fl
F. 0. E.
Tlm regular moettniffl nro ln-M in tlm Selkirk
Hull every Tuesday uvo ilnu ut 8 h'cIuck. Visit*
iiu; broth run nrocordhilly In-mod,
H. A- BROWN, PltBStDBNT.
W. & McLAUl !HUN,8bCHBTABT,
Kootenav LotUe No, 15 A F,& A.M.
The regular meeting.-are hold in the
Miii-onio     Temple,
Md Kollowfl HhIU n
tin-1 liinl .Monday In
mot) month   at   i
lui. Visiting broth
ren cordially wel
come
c. a. i'Kucunikh, Secretary,
SELKIRK LOtCS, NO  12, T. 0. 0. F.
Moots every Thursday
evening in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock,
Visiting brethren cor*
^^^^^^^^^ dinlly invited to at
tend
E, THIMBLE, N.G, J, MATBIK, SKC
God Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B, C.
MEETS EVERY WKDNK8DAY,
ex'ifipt Third Wednesday of
each i.,-.inii in tho Odd [ol lows'
Hall at 8 oVloek. Visiting
Knights arc cordlaUy invited.
T. W. BRADSHAW, CC.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of H. k S.
H. A BROWN. M  of F
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads, Animals. Itirtls, Flah, jEfco,,
MOUNTED
Animal  Utlgs .Mounted.
P.O. Box81,
Studio:   Cornerof First St. ami Boyle Ave
Revelitoke. It. 0
R, C. BAZAAR.
Successful Function in Selkirk
Hall Thursday Evening,
A very succesdul bazaar and social
was held in the Selkirk Ha
Thursday night under the auspices ot
the ladies ol the Roman Catholic
Chinch. Stalls were ranged down the
ball where all manner of dainties in
tbo way uf fancy gu. ds, candies anil
other novelties were for sale. A novel
idea was intr.nlneed, that..(a post office
where on the payment ol 10 ots letti n
and parcel scouldbeobtainedcontaining
novelties. A doll contest and a rattle
fur a handsome pastel ol the Roman
Coleseum caused much interest tii.
former being won by Bella Laugbton
the latter by Kenneth McRae H
Manning conducted a nun...runs anc-
:..,-, Bale I t. me ol the Reve il k
ladies, or at least their sfaad *! 10m.
high prices being    * Refresh
mei ts were served evei    ;
A i mu ir.- .1  the -■•'' iir wss thi
lent music supp ed      thi lodepend
ent Hand.   The C« holic   »di« rep rl
a successful Bn incis       ting,
The Searchlight.
Modern isini iU ,,;. pportunl-
ties lor the great development ol
brail--   .-i orgy and   oharaob I     In
i lecti ii with '..'- ilong
... , *■ called
tbe   -i trchlighl   ii  being edited In
Winnipeg by C Vermilyi a
ol this brighl   publication
ree. ived al the editor! fl ol the M ill,
Herald, and we wish to c >n   il
tl .lii'.r upon the produc ion ol i
creditable a business magazine, !'..<
various business problem ol so credit,
able a business magazine. The various
business   problems  of  the  day    are
NO.  5  COMPANY
Members of above Company wil'
muster Ior Company Drill every
Thursduy night at 8 o'clock,
H.A.BROWN,
1 m Captain.
Revelstoke, B. C. Nov. G, 1907.
liMHft aim dtiwUMi
Our j-.vcliy represents lhe must
nili-lii! expression nt lhe goldsmith's
ernf', eneli article tin entirely new
creation, fushiumihlc tn tl.e highest
degree, that will nppeal to ynur
interest tbe mnn.enl you view it. Our
diamonds collie direct l.'oui the cutters and nre uold In vuu al pleasing
prices foi' gems of such quality and
I entity. Pleased to have you see them
nt any time,
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
Art and Beauty
me combined in out' new designs in carpets, Our stock is
ceninlete, nnd tbe cob.in rich
and effective, .he.leslgnsmlis-
lie, .....I lhe " tout ensemble "
Is striking and beautiful. We
huve tie.et' shown such n wide
variety of p..Herns, und we
have ncier placed sueh low
prices upun so much high
ipiulily before,
R. HOWSOW & CO.'Y.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Purlin ncnt, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Mulhun Macpiiehson, Pico. S. H. Ewino,.Vice-Pies.
Jameb Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two  branches in  Canadu and  Agencies in all parts nf thc
world.
lntt'1'ent crodil.t'il four limes a year at curremt rales on -Savings
Bn uk deposits, unlil further notices
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvelstoke, 11. C.
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PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH '
S. McMAHON, ■ FIRSTSTREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carmine*, Wagons Ktc., John
Deere Ploughs, Molino Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggies, PI,'iint jr., Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheel*
wright and Blacksmith Work attended to. Horse Shoeing a
w Speoialtjf
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND CASE
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAYING SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind—
tliu ie in Vancouver—Largest
Snap Faetury west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
wasbingareeasy with itshelp.
And the money saving is tbe
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Royal Crown Wrappers. Send
lor it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B.C.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
... . ,. reason tb e prioi -
Fertilizers, Bee Bi ppliss, -pray Lumps
-,  i.     Material, Cut flowers  eto
:■  '     -',       ,. I   ii i -. ry   -.li    the
Catalogue Iree,
M J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
CntEHHOUSttl .... SEEDHOlUC, VANCOUVER It
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
iJash Prices Paid
BELOW will be found the names of some of the progressive firms in
Revelstoke who make this most popular and liberal offer. Tbis elegant
library and handsome case will be giv^n by vote to tbe Lodge, Society,
Church or School in Revelstoke securing the largest number of votes in
the lollowing manner: The bueiness men listed below will give with
EACH TEN CENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
ilth and ends Feb. 9th, 1908. A ballot box bas been plaecd in the Canada
Drug A Bouk Store where the votes nre to be deposited. At the close of
the contest the church, school, society or lodge having the largest number ol votes will be awarded tho library. Current accountB when promptly paid wil. be entitled to votes. Remember, votes can only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed below. Eaoh week the Mail-Herald
will announce the. standing of the contestant.
Tho library and caBe are now on exhibition in the show window of
C. B. Hume A Oo.
C. B. HUME A CO.
Groceries,    Drygoods,    Crockery
Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
House Furnishings.
CANADIAN DRUG A BOOK
COMPANY, LTD.
P. BURNS A COMPANY
Meats, Etc.
THE  "SAVOY"
Fine Confectionery, Ice Cream, Etc.
M.I'IIAIL & IIORNKLL
BOURNE BROS.
Coupons given on Hardware only
H. McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers,
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO. Ltd
Printers and Publishers.
Central Hotel
/r,—   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   HIIOS.,   PROPMBTORS,
S),v/ built,     Fii-at-class in every respect.    All modorn convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
I I 1 I IU I '"'"l")"'- •■ wn «v -
llllll      I    thing''III) .-.■I.fiiry
UUM     I    »l.ai *l..-.*t by mil nl
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health, iliitowu, lovo, luai i i.tgo mul pa i-uingo
Toll* vui-ii yutid ii-l; ihi.j. lur. out .inn I I ko lo
Jin jmgi'e, iiiuisii>ik-ii, j-Utiui*: 0.11 tuminxtueo
it ttoHuuuoiiti niii.v io ail) minli, lor iitjfi.igi.*,
10 CUD Id,
M  HILL, PUB. CO.
129 East 2Uth Street, NEW YORK,
NOTIGE
Kevelhiuki: I.nml i>mirlct.
IhtUIl, Ull  \\t;--t I- ..olcllliV.
Take imiK't) Hint rVi.-Aitiiii r Mo' iifinii'k, ol
iieiili'ii, H,0 . uvcupttuuii  Ivuiii'-ier, lut*mlu to
.(■lii) im it*'nTitu limo, i ihi'usi* mer iiiclnl*
iiMYiiiu iii-MTiin-il laii-o:
D,    1 iillllllt'lli-ll.K ill ii   ,u>l  I'l.-lUnl lilmlllii-iU
milo web I ul Jutili iiid.i),.!, t iiuai, iuailit-4
-a. Mi't'uruili-k'o i\u. a, hiuiii-vHM coruer,"
tliuucu Vt ani Mi uluuiir*) tliuiiuu uui in bn uliiiu*,
litem t eitnl bU uUiUlm, llit-m u mmiIIi no . Iumih
io i 'imn ui uuiuuiuiiuomeiii.
Utilf.i Nov   <lll, r.'iK.
iiitl nuv Iti       ALhXANUlf ■ MoCUKMlOK,
NUlliJt.
Hcvi'lfiltki- l.nii'1 mall Id,
|)l.llllUl ul   litIM KuMLlllUJ.
Inks:  UuilUL   Him    niiuii Aruislr..uk. nl Ar-
rowiivuil,  i>. *., mi it,,in.nn .»,.,u   mioudu
IU ttt'i"* '"I  «*J-Wi •!>'   iIIm'AI lilt ..iv. U*.*.! the
lUllUH IM({ UtM'l lU*.il Ml mi;
tnuiliH l.ilig iii ii i-ti.-.l I'lttiiliu HbUUt ItNljdh.
n Illll  ... J'Url lllulkLtl  A,  \\. L.i'.-fl, Itiivl  li.HiM.I
.till.:11 .
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nl |U*l," Uit-ti  i
» c. mill, li iiu. c* iiiiii.m-cn.-i,,\ iliuin*. .-uulU,
rt-i .li.Ull.-i IHcl LU fuilii. I tUtUUtUUeUUlUllli
Ualvil Ilii. J j Hi on) ul AiiV., ll* 7.
bul Uuv ..• iti'Bf.Ki AK.ilslKO.MJ.
tr ftted with In a comprehensive and p       "O       1VELLS
Interesting manner, and we certainly      * * '
Exporter of Purs
do not hesitate to recommend  thia
THE CANDY BOY
.-. doubly welcome when be brings
her ,i box o! Manning'" l.'t'h grade
oh.-enl ne drops niul French mixed
.. md . i Kvoryone loves tboin,
They are pure, dflliolous and
exquisitely   .........tnotur..1.    .....I
lire p.i favorites with the ladies
aid children ..f [tevclltoko,
'i CdBdy hta
ORIENT AL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Iiest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET    ST03STE     PROF.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
JN OTICE,
lUmil-tluku i,,.u.i uioiuu.
Ulalni-l III ttlht KmilUIIUJ.
Tuko liuiifii tiiiii ii,iwiii..n Lumbar Cininiutiy,
Liuiiieil ui KuvoiaLuku, H.t ii. mi ii'.uLiiiii Luui-
boruiun, luiouti ui tiiM'iy tur it .-.puci.ti umijer
Jicoiiso uver the ioIIuwiuk uoacnuuti uuiu-m
i uniiiuiiH-iiin hi h iHibi planted abuul 1 mile
OHnl Ul Hi Illll li.t) , UlUllUU UUtll   Wl ClllUIlt-, UlUlii'O
M.utii ftuciittin.s   u.i)in;ii woat ttu uiiunia, ineiict
uui in oo oIihiub lu iiuint ol oonilliuueuiubUl, uuU
t"ui,iiiniij* tjtu ucrus, mure ur IttbU.
Uuieil iNuvemOur j, YMi.
iiOWMAN  Ll'MUKU I OMl'ANY, Llll.,
sab uov lit       Ily itiHir Aguut, M. t. Luwlur.
.NOTICE
HeveUloku iauu iiimiioi.
UislriuL ot WudHvooioiiiiy.
Take uuueo liiul w , uu iiamb-WatHou Lum*
Oor i i.iii|mu> Lun mul, in AituWueaO, 11. L,
ucciipiiuuii Luiuourmeu. iuimiu iu ninny fur
purUUablUU IU lOuatl IIIU luiiuM'lli-j iluactiud
i.iru.-iiuie, lieuiK pari ut llie lure.-imro ut Ualeuu
liay, lur luit-jiut* puiiiuaua:
i iiiinintiiL'iii*' at a puakacrihuU "Luniu Watson
Luiuour Lo," piaiikuil al liiu b. VV. curam ul
Lui,ilm, iiii)in:it suullnvoalorlj' lulluwiutt high-
water marh, auiabuii'-uul lluomuua,
Daiutl i in., .ittiii u.iy ul October, llrul.
L.VMU-VV AT'huN  lilJMHIvit 10 , LTD.,
Jau lii tifi ii) U li. N. Win. io, Aueut.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby Riven that tu application
will be made to the I'arltauiuul of (Jauatla at
Its next uenHiou fur en act iucorporatiiig a
oompany under tiie name of "Hbntiwap k
ThowpHOU klver.s Boom Compauv," with
p'jwtr to attach bourns to fienhoresof the
IhompnuD Hlver. lho North Thomi'son Kivor,
tho Suulh TliouipMin Ivor, KainloopR Lake,
Shuswap Lake aud Iti t<evi*ral arm-*, the Luwur
spalluiuu' eeu Kiver and the navigable trihn-
larun uf each ind the uavl-jabli' wiiem connecting therewith audiheit lespertlve iiavlg-
aule tributaries all in tho Province uf llntltsh
t'ul uui Ina, and to acquire, nui-i rurt and niaiii ■
tain booms, weirs, chutes, dams, nlldes, piers,
cribs, wharves, t-aiiH.s, flumes aud all works ol
any kind whatever that may be deemed ust-iul
or necessary lur transporting, (Invito, towing,
collecting, booming, otor.ng, Kortiiii* mul delivering pulp-wood, poles, logs, timber tnd
lumber of all kinds, tnd accordingly to deepen
and widen by any meana whatever tny of said
rivers or bodlesoi water, and remove therefrom
all Impediments or hindrance-- to navigation;
and lor said purpoi.es to expropriate such
lands as maj be necessary, and lo collect toll!
from other parties making use ol tbe Company's works, improvements or services; to
acquire, maintain and operate lands, worki,
water powers, franchises aud licenses, loads]
tramways, docks tnd wharves, tnd lor the
Uomptnv's purposes only to acquire tnd operate telegrhph, telephone tnd electric lines;
bo acquire, cunm met, navigate tnd charier
peats, tUKsaud water ortft;iu acquire iiupro-
derty, righia, iranchUes, stock, buuds tud
to bem urus uf any other company, and lo sell,
lease, hold, exchauge or dlsput-e of auy ol tbe
Company's properly, tnd lor all other neres*
saryauil incidental rights, powers tud privileges: and thtt the Company's undertaking
may bo declared to be lor the general ad van*
ttgesof Canada.
MctilVKKIN, HAVDKN .V CltKIU,
Solicitors lor the Applicants.
Hated ftt Ottawa this 1st day ol October, A.D.
11W7. nov IS
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In the Matter of tho Companies' Winding-up Act 1898.
The creditors and others nf the Revelstuke
Htouni Laundry Company, Limited, of Hovel-
stoke, are horoby notified that on tlio 18th day
of October, 1007, ths ( ompmiy paused au Kxtrn-
nrditiury Kesulutlon to ths sftsct that ths Com*
pany be forthwind wound-up volnutarlly, under
ths abovn act, and William J, Law, of Rsrsl*
stoke, was appointed Liquidator of ths said
Company.
Notice is hereby given tbat all creditors of
thn aaid Company are hereby notified to send
by post prepaid, or otherwise deliver to ths
said Liquidator, William J, Law, at Revel*
..toke, District of Kootenay, on or hsfors Siitur-
dny, 30th day of November, 1901, thoir full
names, addresses aud desciiptions, aud full
particulars of thoir claims accounts or interests, aud the nature of securities, if auy. held
by them. Immediately after the said 30th day
of November, 1907, the assets of the said Com*
pany will be realised aud distributed among
the parties entitled theroto. having regard
only to the claims uf which the Liquidator
shall then have notico, and all others shall lie
excluded from the said distribution.
Dated the 22nd dayof October, 1907,
SCOTT * RRIUGB,
Revelstoke, B, C.,
Solicitors for the Liquidator,
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG,
Proprietor
NOTICE
Ilevelstoke Und District,
Distriot of Woat Kootenny,
TAKK NOTICR that George McCarter, of
Rovelstoko, B, Ci Agout, intonds to apply for
permission to purchaie the following described
lands :
Commencing nta post 11 anted at the northeast enruer of Lot Oft, in Croup One, Kootenay
Distriot) thonco west 11,019 chains; thenee
north 90 chaini| thonce west 10 chaius; thenee
north 30 chains, thence east 21,81ft chains more
or less to tho wost bauk of the Columbia lliver;
thence foi lowiug the west bank of the Columbin Itivnr southerly to tho point uf commencement, containiug Hi tores, more or lees.
QKORQE McCARTER.
Dated November 1st., 1U07. Nov. 9
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Charles Gittsmin
Bacher, late of Rovolntoke, British Columbia, deceased,
Notice Is heraby given pursuant to the Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1897, Chap.
181, that all creditors and others having claims
against tbe estate of the said Uharles Gittsmnn
Bachor, who died on or about the 21st June.
1067, are required on or before the 20th day of
December, 1907, to seud by post prepaid or
deliver to Messrs. Scott k Briggs of the City of
Revelstuke aforesaid, Solicitors for Frederick
W. jyhner, Administrator uf the personal
estate and effects of tho said deceased, their
Christian uames and surnames, addresses and
descriptions with full particulars of their
claims, the statement of their account and the
nature of the securities (if any) held by them.
And further take notico that after such last
mentioned date the snid Administrator will pro*
ceed to distribute thenssstBuf Ihe deceased
among the parties entitled thereto, having re-
Sard ouly to the claims of which lie then shall
avo notice, and that the said Administrator
will ii"t li« liable for tbe said assets orauy
part thereof to auy persou or persons of whose
claims notice shall not have iieen received by
him at tho time of such distribution.
Dated at Revelstuke, British Columbia, this
first dayof November, 1907.
SCOTT A BRIGGS,
Holh if rs for Frederick W Aylmer, Adminis-
ministrator of the iwrsoual   estate and
•fleets of Mid Charles Gittsman Baoher,
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Thousands of men, in every part of Canada, depend on
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Stop in and let us show you how faithfully Fit-Reform lives
up to its reputation.
Suits and Overcoats, $15 up. 256
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke, B. C.
By inserting the poker in the
conveniently located door, shown
in illustration, you can loosen the
ashes in the bottom of the fire-pot
and stir up the fire in a jiffy.
FREE KOOTENAY BOOKLET
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10NDON, T0R0l.lt), MONTREAL WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
BUY SHARES
Tl.e Prospectus of the Hewitt Mining On., Ltd,, is now
ifinly for distribution. At>k for one. Itci.il it. St inly it. Thero
is not a statement contained in it that i.s not borne out by facts,
If yon are eonlcinplatiiiK the purchase of mining shares
we ask yon to carefully compare the opportunities afforded
by the purchase of shares n. this Company, as .iniiiiist those
companies whose shares are largely traded in at a good price.
The mine l.as enough ore in sight to pay HI per cent on
your Investment for 16 years,
OAN  VOU   DO   BETTER?
Wo have 1,000 shares of this stoek for sale at $5,00 per
share,   Prospectus or other Information free on request.
E. A. HAGGEN, Broker, Revelstoke
j     ULnvn    -jnnuw    wi      wninivww
jNew Method of Gold Extraction io be Tested.
A new nietlmd  ..I extracting  gold
arid other  metals from  Mick sands
found in ituiny ol lhe rivers nlong the
const line ..( British Columbia is t.. I.e.
! given a practical test in the Oai ib;>0 j
district next spring.   The process is aj
i chemical one, and the discoverer is T. i
Cnrwin, a metallurgist who ia now in ,
Vancouver.     Mr.  Corwin bus staked
two miles ol placer ground along the
(jut-stie] river, about twelve miles Irom
IJuesnel   and   will next y.'.r install a
plant with a tre.iitiiBntoapiiCity.il ten
ton daily.
"The treatment c'targes by my process," eaid Mr. Corwin, "will not exceed $4 per ten. The chemicals u.ed
oan be liunglit f..r ..I.ui.t $1 per ton ol
material tteated. I hsve already de...
onstrated to my own satis'aclion that
I eau recover Irom 00 to 115 per cent of
the gold associated with the black
Hilda. The process also separates the
rare metals like platinum mid omiter-
edi.tn. which are lound in tl.e black
sands of the streams o! the Caribou
district. There will be big money
made in treating thee river sands ae
a series of assays show that they con
tain gold values ranging Irom $100 to
$1100 per ton, beside, the rare metals
I mentioned.
"An illimitable field for the application of the new process to the waste
dumps of hydraulic propositions is
also opned up. In the Cariboo I
treated ten pounds ol tailings—nothing but eo-calltd waste—and secured
a recovery cf $1.10. My local financial
backers will supply the funds fur the
te::-lon plant to be erected next spring
on our two placer clainiB along tbe
Qnesuel river. If the results ore ae
successful as I anticipate, we will lose
no time in installing other plants."
Mr. Corwin was formerly in charge
of the stamp milling plant atthe
Sultana mine tu the Lake ol the
Woods district.
IMPORTANT DECISION.
Rossland Miners Vole to Return
to Old Wage Scale.
Eossi.ax-d, Nnv. 29.—Rossland Miners' Union, by referendum vote, have
consented to reduce the wage scale to
that whicli was in effect prior to July
1st. Tbe old wage scale wns $3.50 for
machine men and $2.75 lor shovelers,
with the wages ol other employees
about a mine in like proportion. The
scale which went into effect on July
1st was $4 for machine men and $3.25
Ior shovelers.
The mines closed down on Tuesday
Ior the purpose of allowing the employees to discuss and vote on tl.e
question ol reduction of wages. The
union men met at 10:30 a.m. nnd discussed thequestiodearnestly till noon.
A resolution was prepared at the
morning meeting providing Ior going
back to the eld scale. When the
Union reassembled at 2 p.m. the referendum vote was taken and the resolu
tion carried hy a two-thirds majority
The mines, therefore, will not shot
down .is l.as been threatened fnr some
time past, as the management declared
tbat tntre were no profits since ...etuis
went down, under tbe higher wage
scale. Under the lowered scale they
will now be able to make a small
profit.
CHANGE FOR BETTER
Special    Delivery   Baggage
System to go Into Effect.
On January 1st, 1908, tl.e special
delivery baggage system which is now
in vogue in Eastern Canada will he
established here. By this means a
man who books baggage Irom here to
Montreal may be able to check his
baggage to his home or his hotel in
Montreal. Alter once checking his
baggage be will not have lo bother
with it any more, but on his arrival
al Mont.eal he will Hud itat his home
about the same time that he reaches
his residence. The C P.R. hae handled
over six million pieces of baggage this
year and in spite of the transler ol
this enormous amount the loss hns
been a very small proportion ol one
per cent.
within tl.e sfl.'ty 'i.i.i', Il v.rll melt
tl.e fuse ic. tb- I..« which em b'isis . f
two strips I sheet cn..per si.1.I-i-nl li.•
g.'ib. rwil. a sensitive metal. Tl.e
partingol the enppe. strips makes *
contact that causes tl). b II ... ri"g in
the ear The lull ill o ....ii.... i ■
ring until shut off wi li a switch by
one nt the train crew, liy this method a hot journal is dettoted l.y the
crew belore it beoon.es so hot that it
will cause delay, If a journal box ia
broken tiff it will also ring the alarm
bell in the car.
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JAPANESE RAILROADS
Will Change from English to
American System,
It is stilted tlmi sevet, Japanese . ,il-
mad ollii-i .Is of prnniim'iire nre now
makings tour ol the United s...i.b
anil Canada for the purposed making
a sludy of American railroads. Each
member ol the party is n graduate ot
a Japanese technical school. The Im
perial Government is nationalizing
the railroads ol Japan and changing
the system Irom English to American
models. The Imperial systi... comprises 4,500 miles of railroa.l,
GOLDEN CURLERS
May Join the  new Western
Association.
At a special ...leting o! :; i'ur]ing
Club ol Golden, held on 'll-.ursday
evening, goud progress wa- cade towards arranging the Be;,son's programme. Jas. Henderson occupied
the chair.'
Two communications were sub.nit-
ted. One was from the li. velstoke
club drawing attention l>i ,i move
towards the organization if .... association including townsaloei: tin. main
line ol lhe C. P. R, as folkra,: Golden,
Ashcroft, Vernon, Kamloops, Armstrong, Enderby, Trout Lake, Arrowhead and Revelstoke. It was explained
that there weie nlready three cups for
competition and that, if tbe organization were formed, it was assured that
others would be offered,
In respi-.- . .his it was agreed,
alter Borne .1. c . -ion, to write away lo
obtain furtner particulars before
taking action. The secretary on
motion was s.. instructed.
Regtau
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
an' and Furnished It...
Meab li. in 25a Up.
mti
second
Street, -
East
end
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UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
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' Meals nt all Hours
Ev rytliiniff Up-to Da.p
Tattanoltre thnt I shill hnMsftrarmfR.
. isiou iiiiii > ppeul innl'-r i mi "A*se*,>aw t A '
respecting tliu Assess '.out IMI ut mis
for tho RevoUoku Assessment District,
.rn Monday, ilie.liith day of December, liXfl, at
ilie hour n( eleven o'clock in the forenoon, at
tho Court House. Revelsloke.
Dated at RuvoUloke this 'Jib dayof November, YM.
V. M. FIKLD.
Judgenf tho Court  of Revision and Apneal.
Revolstoke Awe*;.mont Di-trict of Wesl
Kooteuay.  sal uov 16 wOt
Stowart McDonald. ■ Mgp
Agk
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MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J. HARRIS, w$.
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
SO MOW A JIM SAM, Props.
Open Day and
Night
Special attention given to
Supper Parlies & banquets
Heals, 25c.      Meal Tickets, $5.60
UET THIS HABIT
OPPOSITE Y. Jl. C. A.
S3HI!s&
Revelstoke Assessment Distriet
ffarx:,yyy:y,
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
THE CURFEW
An Effective Remedy ior the
Wayward.
Every family should have a curfew
which should positively "ring tonight"
and every night il needed. These
curlews ..re inexpensive, aud can he
homemade. Take a piece of siding
two Ieet long :...d wmitle one en.I
down to a I. -,n le; the., take the chi d
tbat needs the curfew and bend liiin |
over a bnrel. Now tnke the piece of
siding in the hnd and use it as a
clapper. Put it on hot. Divide tl.e
strokes evenly and see that none miss.
Good for a boy or girl up to the age ol
If), aud applications are warranted to
cure thc moat pronounced case ol
street loafing lhat. xists. The music
the curlew makes is liner than sing'i.g
Where is my wa.denng boy toillghl."
—Exchange.
Place Your Orders
Por first-class domestic Coal.
The famous Gait, Lethbridge.
Dry Ft Wood, $2 75 Per Rick.
Chicken F ed, wheat and barley.
Hay, Oats and Home Made Cheap
Feed.
Revelstoke Steam Laundry.
J. C. HUTCHISON, - Prop.
Phone—63.    Olliee McKenzie Avenue
and Second St eet.
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THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS   ONLY.
BEVELSTOKE1 B. O.
*-4tt**UlUU*«UMHtWUUMM«tVt
' P.   BURNS   &  COMPANY,  LIMITED. *
IIKAUIim.JK:   UAU1AI.V,   A..HKIITA.
Wholssals and Retail Meat Merchants
Cork I'ackor. ami Ihuler   In Ll»» Htock.   Mirknli In all tho prlnolp.il  t'i.l,.» and
Town, nl Atlanta, llrlltah.......tnttls ami the Vol......  Packer, nl the CelcliraUnl Bran,.
m ImptntoT" Ham. nml Hncon, nml "sli.inir.iok" lli.mil Loaf tanl A
DELAYS AVOIDED.
A Device for Detecting a Hot
Box.
E. S. McNamara, a New York Central trainman, has invented a device
for giving an alarm in a cat ol a hot
box.
The principle of the apparatus is a
small iron busied tube, ll.e inside ol
which is fitted with a luse arrangement, one end ol the tube is threaded
and screwed into a hole that is drill...!
into the top ol each journal box flush
with the top cap inside the box. Tbe
top ol the (use is connected with two
terminal wires tbat run up to the
body of the car and connect with a sel
of batteries snd sn electric alarm bell.
North Vancouver Water Front
Will proven desirable Held for investment,
Values of this property will be determined by the shipping, railroad and
general development of Western
Canada.
We have secured for quick sale a
few choice properties ami will gl idly
furnish full particulars, ('all or write.
J. E. ELKINS
JAMES   WOODROW'S    OFFICES
McKenzie Avenue.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
St. Job MlLlnOi LiveH
Dec 7 Lake Manitoba
Dec 13 Empress Britain
Dec 27 Empress Ireland Dec 13
{an. 4 Lake Ckamplain Dec 18
an. 10 Empress Britain Dec 27
First-Class, $55 and up
Second-Class, $40 and np
Tkird-Class, 27.50 and up
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points t'n connection with steamship tickets
Passengers hooked to Norway.
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg nnd
all other continental ports,
For further Information apply to
T. W. Bradskaw,   E. J. Coyle,
Agent, Aast. Oct),
Kevelstoke,       Pass. Agent.
E. A. SPRING
HARNESS   AND  BOOT  MANUFACTURER
Place your milcra for your
Harness..—Hand-make Boots
ami Fancy Le.ithei Goods. . .
TUN. ORDERS CAREFJlLY ATTENDED TO
FIRST STREET   Bcvelstoks Ueer.ce District.
NOTICE TO C0HTRACrr)
The Municipul Council of the City nl
Kevelstoke is prepared to receive
Tenders for constructing a Sewage
system for the City according to plans
and specifications which may he seen
at the City Hall, Kevelstoke, B.C., on
an.l after the 28th inst.
(.Tenders must he sen led, endorsed nn
the ..inside "Tender for Sewage," and
reach Ibe undersigned not later than
noon ..f Friday, December 27,1007.
Tenders must be accompanied bv an
accepted cheque, payable to the ilevelstoke City Treasurer, equal to five
per cent (6 p o.) of the am..unt of the
tender, which cheque will he forfeited
if tbe party tendering decline" to enter into a contract when called upon to
do so, or fails to complete the work
Contracted for,
The lowest or any tende. not neces-
sat I Iy'accepted,
II. A. BROWN,       H. FLOYD,
Mayor. City Clerk.
Kevelstoke, B.C., Nov. 25,1007.     4t
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders for the Concrete foundation for the new power plant will be
received by the undersigned up till
noon Monday, Dec, 2nd.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at tbe City Hall.
H. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
Nov. 27th, 1907.        2t
DEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes or buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BillGKS
for Bate in largo or stnnll qiiiintiiios.
nt tlio lowest prices loi cosh.
All kinds of building and plastering
under talc-on.
A. PRADOLINI. - REVELSTOKE
First-Class Clover anil Timothy Hay for sale. Also al
kinds of Garden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
Front Street,    Revklstokb
Timber, Mines,
fruit lids
I havo many enquiries lor
Fruit Lands from Winnipeg,
Toronto, and Vancouver. Per-
si.i.s desiring to dispose ol
their holdings, large or small,
will do well to list them with
me. Correspondence solicited,
Jas. I. Woodrow.
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
Draying;
Storajp e
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Dea     in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71, House Phone
Notice.
Notice is hereby gives that the reg
ular statutory half-yearly meeting nf
Ihe Board nf Licence Oiimralsslnners
fnr Ihe Revelstoke Licence District
will he held ai the office of tl.e Mining
Recorder, Nakusp, Il.C. nn M-inlnv
Dec. llllb. 11*17. at the hour of It o'clock
in the .ilic.-ut...ii:
Tn consider a .......bet..f ..pplicitw
for a renewal   ..f   iheir   licence,
throughout lhe Licence Dis..-...',   I.
to consider nn app'ii'niiiui Ininiiisf.
the li.-...... of I,. F   McDmigi'l "f Hi
I...Inn,i Hotel, Naku-p, to Ogilvie and
McKitrick.
By Outer
,)   A. DlSSMORR,
Chief Licence In-pector.
Dnled at, Revelst' k". H l'„
N-.v. 2.".ib, HKI7. iv»d .mv 27
NOTICE
PlntrtotofWost |{„-t.-n.iy.
Notico Is horoby .Iim llmi 8,«*.**>a*tsr..sti
11......... m..|...ly in tl.u I'l.l "" Ii-ii'ii ri.
Unds.iml Work. f„r n ....-,-. I limber llnenw
I . if.it .....I enrry nwny liinli.-r'nun S<-tu. it.
Town-hip'., Dig llend W'tx! K.Kiniiiny Distriot
llfil.-.i Nov.....be.-»lli, I'.a.T
wml nov 20
,*. T ICDVVABD8.
NOTICE
1)1.1 riel i.IW.kI K..-l.-.i..y.
Nniiec l» hereby iclv.-n tl. ,1 Sn .l.iy« sllsr date
1 Intori to apply If thoClilel CommW tol
binds.....I Work* for .. apodal 11...Is r I.r.-in'.
to out and oarry a»..y limber Irom Soctlon 11,
T..».ihI.I|i1. Ills lind. Wesl K00.0..11) DlWIOl
Datod S..v.i..i.f 1 -il. if *
wod nov 'HI W.T. KDW.Mt •
NOTICE
Dislricl of West Koutenny.     ,
Nolle., is horobl Klvnii H1.1l •Hl.lny.afiir .1
I Intifinl'on.n.ly lo 'ho fhl.ilt'on.iiil»-lo..r ol
Unils .....I W.rka for .1 special timlier licnc
Id out nml carry nwny Umbo! from section 11
Town.lilnS, HlK He"1'. » e-t Kooleuay District.
Dated November 8th, 190*1,
we.l nov 21) N. T. HOWARDS.
NOTICE
District of Wet Kootonay.
Notice l» horoby given 1...1. s. d»y« nlier date
I Intend to n|i|ily 10 tin. Chief Commissioner of
Uiul*uiul Work, for .. special limber licence
loe.it and enrry nwny timber from Heetlon 23.
Township,'), Ilia Hend, West Kooteuay Diatrict
Dnted November llth, 1917.
wed nov 20 N. T. ED17ARDS,
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will b» received by the undersigned
up to Dec, UHli. lor the purchase ol all or anv
part of thu Hedley Umber Co.  A»aeU consist
ol
800,000 feet ol logs between Hedley and Kere
mens
400.0TO feet of logs between Hedley and Prince
Inn.
[00,000 feet of logs In standing timber.
WO-OOfl feet of logl at Hie Mill.
1208,000 (eet of dressed lumber.
'toiim feel of rough lumber.
Htablea, Horses, etc.
Reserve the right to reject any or all bids
a, L. BMITH,
Assignee,
liedley, B.C., Nov. ao, 1907, dec 1«
nuiiUL
Ki eUtote Land District
District uf West K- lei.i.y.
nka notice Uiat 1. W. a. Smith, aemit. f-0
i).-. ctiier  il.ii*; luiuiiu lu ajt^iy  tu tl.u ( hiuf
nuiu.ibdiuiiiir ui   Lai.d- mm ttorka lut p-.-*.
i**h.i, ui purcAaw tiie lull.iuiijg duvTibttl
audi*:
. . uiuieucbg at a post planted r bout S mile
rtu uiHiUUi-ua»tcu*ruuruf umber Iunu JU16,
-u u-ai.eu »■• A. S-ioine'i S W, oorner pubt,
.ou Dburtn «)ii,-!i:..-. nen'-e east bo ebains.
iltb iOctmu^ tiioncb wa-touetiain.- tu
di.'.-.1 commencement, coniaining >'.\" acres
tii'-reur luss.
D..tedOct.^th, IW,.
W. A- ,-MVTHE
NOTICE
RereUtuka Land Distriet.
District uf Weat Ku"ieuay.
Take notice ttiat I. J. bauaderso., miner, 60
rt)a alittr date intend lo apph  lu lhe Chief
..ii.i.ini,tir uf Lauds aua World for per-
ii.-s.-inii to puribaat) tie 1u.iumiu>{ oti-.Tii**'
■ >uia.euriDg at a pubt plaui'-d Li)chains wa-t
ll..ua    Urfj      .ud    ll.rtlf.CU       J      S.Urt iOlaU.1 s
ruitioatOnn   r ,u.-l,' iwcu w ;..un, Wu aw,
JU  It WU.-L     ) 0, MUt*, Utf..»U Ul*ri.„    *<   CUdliU
mc   v...<,       ' -rtiua  i" p»iul  ul    iiivnuH*
iLllillll.tlit, LstUnClO-- ILuTuuI iCv).
Uit. LOui, 1 ■•■!■
J   a.»L.N   fcfiSuh,
Pur S\. a. r..u', let* aat.ut.
Ua
hCTiUF.
Revelstoke Laud Di
iti-iri'tut WestKuuteuajr,
T.tku nutice tbai 1. V. h UufTey, mine man-
Igor,-90days after J.ii- luieua toapuiy tu toe
Ubief Commissioner ol Lunii: an. Wuras for
u«niiia.-Hin to |i.;ft.i.,i-« the luliuwiugdeseribed
lauds:
t omuienciug at a puat plauted 4U chains
imrlli ul llio suuth'Oabt corner uf timber limit
. l' .-.;. i marked "K.   11   Uutley'a  uunh-ouiit
inter posU" theuce suulh au cnain-i, tlieuce
oat Sti chains theii'e u.irtti BU cuainn, tbeuca
nt Su chains to puinl uf cum uience menl, uou*
itiiUK '+' acres mure ur m.-*-
Ualed Uct. 'Jtith, li-1..
f, H. ODPFBY,
P«r W. A- ».i jiisa, A.-.ut.
NOTIGE
HnveUtuke Land Dislrict.
District of West Ko-'teuajf.
I.tki) uotice that 1, li. M- Smythe, merchant;
tiuaays alter ilaie imenu to apply lo thermal
i..iiiiuii-7.il.mtli of L.iuo- aud Works lor permission to purchase ibe following deKribvd
lands i
Commeueiug at a post planted 40 chaius
lorib of llie .-uinii (.*-■. curuer of tiinuir limit
ultiand markeil"R- M Smythe's l- ril.-we.-i
curuer post," theme eat-t su chaius, iheuce
suuth SU chains, Iheuce west (ft) chaius, t,.e..ce
uurth ItO cbaius lu puiut of commanceutut,
coulaiuingM acres more or lesa.
Dated Uct. 'Mh, itw7,
K. M. SMYTHE,
Per W. A. Smyiue, Ageut.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud District.
Dlstrictof West Kootenay,
Tako uotice that 1, ft*. A. Beav, locomotive
fireman, &i days after dale Intend to appiy io
the I iiiuf i uinii.i^ii.iier ul Land aud tVurks (or
permission tu purchase tne lollowing described
lands:
Cummeuciug ata po.-t plaottd about *} mile
uurtli of the south-east coruer of limber limit
71)10aud marked "W. A. Beavo'n south-oast
:oruer post," thence north BU chains, iheuca
west bO chains, thence south (ft) chaius, thenca
oast flUchjins to poiul of com meucemeut, con*
taining t'.iu acres mure or less-
Dated Uct. 26th, 1W7.
W. A, BEAVO,
Per W.A. Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE
Take notice lhat I, George T. Newman, of
Anuwhctid, B. C-, occupation Clerk, inlend to
apply for permission to purchase Ibe following
described lauds:
Coinnieiiciiig at a post planled atthe N.E.
corner of Clara McQuarne'e Lot Mi»J, thence
uorlh 6t) chains, theuce weal 60 cliaine, thence
south Ai chains, thence east tu chains, thence
soutb tu chains, ihenco eaal 10 chains to point
of commencement.
Dated Sept. Uth, IW.
sep 21 sat        UEORQE T. NEW'MaN.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Distriot.
Dislrict of West Kootenay.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days after
date I iuteud to apply io the Chiel Lummis-
siouer ol Landsaud Works for a special limber
licence lo cut aud carry uway umber irom
certain lauds situate in ibe District ol Wast
Kuuteuay described as fodyws:
Cummencing uiu puai ,„t„n'd n tue West
B.iuk ■ I lliot ■ . .*i.!i.rt ti.v-.-r,..,., uu tne nuitti
boundary of the railway ben and tu..rkt*ij -,u. S,
Mciarters Suutn-Easi Curuer''; meuce Ull
ubains west; laeuce uurtli ,ii chains; thenci
oaat IHO ebains; to meLOJumuia Ruar; theme
uuth along the ffWt bank of ibe Columbia
..iver.'. cii.:/ - n. -re or leas to tlie point of
oommenoement and containing W0 acres mors
or less.
uj.eu November 1st,, 1907,
Nov. 9 GEORGE 8- McCARTER.
NOTICE.
Cariboo'and District.
Distriet of cariboo.
Take notice that Charles L, Hyde, ol Revel*
stoke, B.C„occii[i8tion, timber cruiser, Intends
io apply for a special timber license over ibe
foliouing dem ribed laudi:
1. Commencing ot a post plnnted abnutoae
uiileab-'TB tbe molthot Ptarmigan Creek,and
abuut oue mile n rth -f Canoe Biver, thenoe
160 cbaina north, thence 4*i 'hains east thenre
IV ohalni »uih, tnence in chains west to point
uf cum meneement
'1 Cunimeaiingat apost planted about two
mile:.above .i.e muuth or Ptarmigan Creek,
md about one mile norlh of Canoe River,
hence 160 ebalus weat, thenoe *o chaius south,
ibeuce lr>)chaini «a-t. theuce W chains north
rn pointof commencement,
:i Conimenoiog at a post plautdk about
three miles above the muuth of Purmigan
rank, aud mi' mile north of Cauoe Kiter,
i bi4i.ee tv chaius north tuauce 80 chains east,
tiience BU cnains south, tbeuce DU chaius west to
,.'< tii uf commuueemeut.
4 Cominen-iiig at a post plantad about
i'.rae mile* al>.ve the mouth of Ptarmigan
i re-ik, aud one mile uortb uf Canoe Rim.
..eureSO rhaius uorlh. tbeuce (yHihaiu* west,
1 ,ie-i e bo cliains suiuh, ihence 80 chaius east to
,M..i'i of rumiiieucnmeui.
im o i O.-t.lUityih. 1:« -7.
wee uov 11 CHARLES L  HVDB.
NOTICE
DWrH ofWf t KooL-n-iy,
No||i»* Uhrienvgivfii llrnt Sbdajmaftfirdate
l l- l'ml loapily to lhu i hh-f u..i ..i-iuhi-i uf
Uihdtti.d u..r'-.- fora «p*riai litttii rllcuiue
■mu and cany awav lliiber from H -rU'in i,
lowmh pj Big Hi'i'f. n'M Kooteuay 1-tl-iricU
DaUilNiivi-iiiLtTWh.!»:.
wed nov90 N T. EDWARDS.
NOTICE
■■■..-,»!,,;.•; mi District,
Distriot Ol W'rni Kooicnay.
lake iiotici'ihat >ohu Croft, of Beaton, H.C ,
OOCHpfttlOD I.umbermiu. Intciiili m a. ptv for
-iiccial tiinbi-r licenm-*' over the folluwing de
loribed lands:
1. commencing ata post planted aliout two
mllei south of A, Mccormick's pre-emption oa
-tlinon Creek, marked "No. 1, John Croli's
•   ahweit corner." tiience  ea>t h0 chaini,
.nee nortb 80 chalnt. thenrf *>nt M)i*hal:n,
••nee south 80 ebains to point of commence*
.iieut.
■ ('ommenclng at a pom planted about two
in.lei nouihof A. McCormick'** preemption on
-almon Creek, marked "No /. Johncrnft's
south-earn oorner i-o-t." theme m-i Hot halm,
hence uortb Do chains, thence eait sucfiaini,
tbence iouth 80 chains to pulu of commeuce>
ment-
Dated November 7th, IVU7.
sal nov 16
JOHN CR^FT.
NOTICE
Dislrict of Weat Kootenay.
Nutiri- h Irt- hj giv,:ii tlmt Si dayi after date
I Intend to apply tn the Chief Cammlsslonerof
I,nnl- and works for a special timber licence
lo cnl and CArry away timber from SfCtlon'tlJ,
Township 3, Big Bend, Weat Kootenay Diiirht,
Dated November9th,lW7,
wed nov 20
N. T. EDWARDS.
NOTICE.
District of Wont Kootenay,
Notice I. hereby irlvcn thnt 30 d»y. »ft*r d.te
I Intend lo apply U) tho Chief fommlvitoner of
LnndK and Work, for a ...eclat timber licence
to cut nn.1 carry awny limber from flection 34,
Township S, HlK Hend, West Kooleuay Diatrict.
Dnted November Dch, ltW.
wed not 20 N. T, KDWARDS.
NOTICK.
Notice is heroby given thut tt tbe neit meeting of the Llcemdng Com mission era for the
Revelatoke District, application will be made
for the transfer of the license for tha Reception
Hotel, Camborne, to Cory Menhenaick.
Dated Nov. 14th. 1907.
ut uov 161m M.J O'BRIEN, r
i**. r% ?"    i
YOUR MONEY GOES THE FARTHEST AT THIS STORE
FOR VALUES AMD VARIETIES WE LEAD
NEW AND DAINTY SKIRTS
Hired Irom one of the best Eastern makers.
New Voile Skirt?, Panama Skins. These arc
very choice, nicely trimmed anil very latest
stylet.
BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES
Just n lew lelt, All this season's goods tit
special prices to clear.
LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS
Your choice ol Ladies' Conts.   Hegnl.tr ifi:!
aud "115 Conts.   Salo l'ricii-ifS.ilO.
MILLINERY
Our Millinery Department is being kept up
with tbe Newest Novelties coming to 1......I by
by express,
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
We nre putting in stock this day one of the
linest linos 11 Ladies' Bale, and Slippers in.ule
l.y tlie Su.i.v.loii Shoe Con.p>...y. Wc enn
give ,-i guarantee with every pair,
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
Don't overlook ibis line ol hard wearing shoes,
—Nun., better,
We  will   Refund Your
Money if Hot Satisfied. |
Social and Personal
| Mr :. il Mrs I. T Morris nl Motch
lliil nre vi.-. i-i; the cily th - guests nl
Mr.nuil llm II Cunningham Morris
Mm. A llnl...... will bo ut In....e iiii...• resilience.... Fourth Street, on tin
iirst Wednesday uf chcIi month.
E. C, Fromey wli-i hns been seriously
ill for the past week isi nwprogressing
ve.y :',....ii...y
Mrs. .1. J. Porter announces that she
will not receive Wednesday Dec. 4th.
Mrs. Vi. M. Lawrence will not receive on Wednesday, December i.
0. Liiclinininl i.l tin. Lamb-Watson
Lumtcr Company, Arrowhead, was in
town yesterday,
Mr. Stevens.)., of Rogers Pass was
in the ciiy yesterday.
.' ^..i. 4nw«VAtorf
REID & ^
tyty rtyty tyty M##f
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♦ Presents f
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\\v will   |U*t  n.-'iiinin  wo 4. ■
ty have thousands of lieiiiitiful 9
JL I,-,;*fell! .oklets, M tniii ty
Y I'h il a ind lighl small things 1
ty foi seudinu Inn/distances. 9
xt.    We will '..'ll you aboul the ty
I" —i-'"'- 1
9 Canada Drug & Hook Co, ty
ty              Limited. ty
ty        Revelstoke, B.C. ty
Local and General.
The new Baptist church will he
ready for service l.y the New Year,
Woolsey A* LeFeaux will open their
new store on McKenzie avenue and
Second street, on Tuesday, Dee 3rd,
Tlie usual meeting oi the Esperanto
Club will Iw held in the High School
this evening at 8 o'clock.
Woolsey, Le Fenux Co., Ltd. will
open their new premises on Tuesday
next. They will close at 1 p. m, on
Wednesday.
While othei cities oi the province
are reporting several degrees ,_ot frost
Kevelstoke is enjoying mild iinil line
weather.
The funeral of the young eon oi Mr.
and Mrs. Caponeri took place on
Tuesday night. Rev. Father Peooul
officiating.
It is estimated that the entire capital invested in the construction of
world s railroads amounted on Jan. 1,
1906 ; - 1*43,310,000,000.
WANTED—Apprentices and experienced coat and skirt hands—-Miss
Brimacon.be, McLennan A Co., ress-
mal ing department.
H. A. K.i.:t. n ol thii city has been
ippi inted pi vincial constable for tl.o
Re>.elsl k. Diltrict, in tl.e place of .1.
Dinsn,i... wh i....- returned to Grand
Fork!
A meeting ol the curling club will
be held in the city hull on Tuesday
next. December 3rd. at 8 p.m. Husiness oi an important until re will be
discussed.
A ba.fd ..I c .yotes made their ap>
pearauee last night on the eity Btreeta
near Long's b ewery. Tiie animals
wen- evi lent y driven down irom tin
mounlsi. - iy hunger and crested
..,...; li:..! .- disturbance in the neigh-
.thei   ineartbly I  -wing.
Its tke Unexpected S
Look Here for 15
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
REAL ESTATE
We have Ihe exclusive sale nl l:l Iol    in train line Is   •
Vancouver and  Now Westminster,      Size of lm* 50 x lii,
PRICE.   $125.   $20down, $10 pel month un  balance.   Thiol)'...' isonlvL'ond iill Decembe. Ist, next,
Kincaid   &  Amikrson
1^ KI RST   s r R I-. k r y,
BOOKS
Boys' n.ni Annual    82 00
i.nl- Own Annual 2 00
Chums,   ..... ....... 2 00
Chatter Hox  I nu
llustei Brown        i'i
New Teddy Bern Book I IW
I ■ -n. ml' and all classes ol
. i.il,I..-..'* and young folks
l...nk*.
New   Importations of  bool u  "
prlies thai  '-iill startle you,  Now
assortment!   for   Sunday School
Libraries.   Special prices .... sttcli.
All the Intcsl Hctlon, i tc,
W. BEWS, - Phm. B.
|)RI HOIST  INII   S'l I'.liiM-.l!,
Nvxl HiiiiK' Iilnek,
J
The annual mi etiu     .
stuke Hock."j club will be In
V. M. C, A building nn Monday, Dec
2nd, at 7.30 p in     Arrai -.-
■ lie - i- n f'
Ow.ug to n  lisavj   mud
Keofer'a near North Bend fit Ilk ....
Thursday, which
the track.   No, 96 ol yi ite
ing «... ca. ei lied.   The line ■
lasl  light.
i  ■   statutory hall j
f
I. r the lit- - Istuke I iei tn
In Id al ili" Mini
iet   N ii. .-j .1
Deceral t r 10 li
1 h   ... *: inti ire ol Inul
Catin
ril   hen   , 116,211,011
I.   |
ely atti
il
ing Gulden's Kir.
brigade  i
,      i. tl    - list
I  .   Bunds)    ilti
ir  I to 6 .it the i: 1 VI I  .1 art   n
en itii. ii. stir Idn *- i
,   .-.      . -     , Ro.   Vi   :'. Im
1.1,1.i.   Men  ire invited I
.. ,i' ii,,- im... or anj ol I), i on Hun
day.
A i■ im , il mim. ig   I
the II mi..
tion will be lield Thur day til
I >,-i •-.,.. ,-.•.',.,.' :; o'cl   i. ...
i lock, loi ths p   ,   - ol
tilt- ndvi i ,.  .
to . I no tin   I ■ ■ ■ • •'. *. inti
i.if Agricnll nnd   ilnn ti
I   C .-    91 •
he hrolighi up
ll.o wlnnorol     I       kn' I I
will I..- annuunctd latei     n        in
i,ih' r clianoo lo. tht •• ■■ lm ili In'l gel
it,In i im .- ti...
Lm' '.',.. I: wc hnd lu.     ii ll.e Savoy's
good len;
This week it Is  iwcetit '  loi   ■        ,  il
I]..
The    ■  i and the wniill
'I'll.'..-a good tilings lot fill il.-.
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llitggi      copy ol tlm
tii.. ll. '..'i  Ul   ui  r impnny,  This
.nun I. ll "i," I-,  in    f l.i  In pay
lm yi". Investment lor I,, years.
Churches.
Oatiioi io.—Rev. Father It. Pecoul,
0,M.I,, pastor, Servicesevorv Sunday
at tl... lollowing hours: 8 a...., Communion Muss; 10:30 n.ni. High Mn*8
and Sen ; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30 p.m. Rosary,
Instruction nnd I1i.nedlctit.ii.
St Andhkiv'b Phesuvtiskian—Rov,
\V, C.CnMor, pastor Sui day, D a. I.
Services 11 a,in,, 7:30 pm., Sunday
School n.il Pastor's Bible Clnss, 2,lib
p.m, Mornimr suhjeot, "Strength in
Weak.if s." Evening subject, " A
Choice." Voung |<e 't.l.'f- servico nl
Consecrution fit the close of tho evening service. ' Prayer Meeting nn
Wednesday 8 p. ni. I'l.or prttcticc
lind tenchi r,*' meeting Friday H p.m.
Kkox Pheshytemak—-J, li. Robert-
wn, 1! D, 'f'i'if'.'. M.--1..- cCr-
vice a' 11 "' nek;  ICiviiine m-i vt, n nl
7:30;   Sunday  sc I f.i 2:3H ..'clock
the I ■■■■ ' i')) i I1 :*■ :li ni both services. M..ruing subject, "The Tragedy
nl n Strong Man " Ev. nin stil.j et,
T* Life Worth Living " Anthem,"Our
thei," "One S,\ , i.v So!, mn
lo.ight." ' Row lln- n 'Thine Ent."
Urgm. V I'ti'i iirv "Hciii'tlicti....." The
Vou : !'• i'i'i '.- S. i-i.-ty on Moml iy .it
8 p.m. Pr yer .Meeting on Wed .es-
day ni.'..' m tl Choir prat-lice .... Frl-
ilf.y niglit f.i S o'clock. A c iidi.il welcome tu nii the services
St, Peter's Axoi.icax—Rev, O. A.
Proeunier, M.A, rue.ur. Firsl Sunday
in Advent. Following is a list ol
•ervices: 8 n.ni, Holy Communion
11 ii.in. Matins and Holy Communion.
7.30 p in. Evensong, Sunday school
nt 2 30p.m.
Baptist—Rev. Mi. V. Freeman, ll A.
paati.r. Services ate held in the Mission Hall, Firsl street Preaching at
11 ii.in. and TimIi |i iii Sunday school
at 2.311 ...in Morning subject, "The
Bnplisn. of Jesus," being the lirst of
the series 11n the ministry ol Jcsia.
Evening subject, "Why men do not,
attend church.' The' li V. P. I*,
meeting on Wcilnesdny evening will
be led t'Y the pastor, Subject MisS'ODB,
All welcome to all .ervices.
Methodist—Rev T.W, Hal], pastor.
Services.... Sunday ns follows: Clnss
meeting al 10:30 a.m. Public service
at 11 n. in., subject, "A Strango Command to Save a Ore..t Army iron.
Perishing," Sunday scho 1 nnd Bible
elm - nl 2 30. Evening service .i 7:3D
sul jei l' "Tin. book from which Jesus
selected In* subjects lur disc iirse."
Epworth l.i ..ffi ol (' E, on Monday
evenit - nl 8 o'el ck. I'rnyi r meeting
Wed Uj ev ning at 8o'clock, All
in ■'    . flij invited.
Library Voting Contest.
rin   ■   .   iiuu ni.  the returns up
■I.'  Friday :
2     102589
V. MJ ,...1211092
eh. . 101136
ii ■ uroh .      .  ,    12828
■ hnrch  12102
I!   7059
II ' - hurcb    2991
-      -I       2882
K...II      1021
880
Ki..mm era ....     020
H20
....       530
130
840
2r.11
...    160
At Cripple Creek,
. nl "i "At Cripi is
■. nl. • - in i pi.    ti
l: .. il ke  Opera
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It    IS    lltli    III
rid lhe . I bid
i ,.
,1, ' i v pa
.1 In
iiiiuiiipicu  uuujiaiy
Sum-' party or pnilios iiiiknoiin to
tlie polue niiiili' sever,.I ntti-ntptH at
home breaking .... Thursday ..lout
mid .i.Tit. Siuythc's i-'n.;.. store,
B'ow.i'a cigar si re, nnd Ciossnian A
Morris-i..'s sl...e on McKenzie aveuue
wri'O cnle.ed, but lhe n.i-cre.nts being
inexpericncid in the art could not
break into the main parts ul the
buildings, consequently no dimage
oi any account wa.dune, except that n
lew articles in Brown's oigar sto.e
were purloined, Tne police, although
they have ni .de nu arrests, have several tiiido-iiables under surveillance.
It is expected that the vagrant class
will be very promiiiciit in Revelstoke
this winter.
Hospital Ball
The Ladb-n Hospital Guild have informed Ub lh.it, owing to the fact that
the business ...on nnd merchants have
lound it impossible to attend the anil nl lull nu ihe night "f December 31
New Vear's Eve, since the stores will
l.e open, ihey have li.Lilly decided to
hold the bull on Friday, January 3,
1908. This will give nil nu opportunity ol boiiig present. Xow ti.st the
(bile lms been arranged Sili.fnoiory to
all, no effort shuuld lm spared to n tike
the affair in every wnv -uc-eessful.
A Lystc of Gowtl JVlusicke
To bo given by ll.o syuguii tkeivl ol
ll... Big Methody iu»-lln Hnnse at ye
great concert, Deo. li t    VI   .M.V.F.F,
VE   I'UtSTE  iM.f.iH.
Ve Olde Tynis Scene.
Chorus    Graudcfatlier'o Cl.cke
Ye Meune nml Winilt oil Syugcrs
OldeTytni- Soii-io.. Klien zer Deepdivei
Spoke Piece...  I'iiideni:e Siveet-Spiri:
Churus "Gloria and Love to ye
Me.... ul Olde"
By Ye Me -Siog-.'s.
Octette  Ve tilde lied Cradle
Four lius'.unds and Wyvea.
Worldly s' nge.. .The Low backed Car
CfiUSll.   lellftl. '.I    Iiiii. li"' g>
Ciilu Sougo  '('fill Juhn"
■1 Mctilicattd Wiuiiii   . Syngers
A 8-ngo..., ' Du ... nnd Jo.t i"
M.-tross Pii-oil'ii  Prettywitys
Glee..  .. ' Y. n Stule My Love'
All Ye 0...n| io
vi: .-ii.ct.xi. l'.utTE
Tableaux—3 Scenes... .Quilii..' Party
Souge llittlie Suui.ysi.le
Negro M.ludy "Old Black Joe"
Epli.iam Pruoo Job..sou and
sonic cm,) pn :i io
Clarinet Solo with spiret.,	
Nebuohednezznr Dewdrop
Trio.      . "A Little Fur... Well Kept"
Four Fails Piece.. ."Basso 1to.iiii.Io"
Spoke Piece "Maria Hopeful"
Two Syngers.  ."Matrimonial Sweets"
Betsy Bobbct and Albert Edward
Jenkyns
Chorus... Wedding Ch jrue from "Thc
Ruse Maitlun."
All Ve Companie
If yo can't bill' don't come.
Business Locals
Baby sleighs nt Howson's Furniture
Store.
Scandinavian Books at Bews' Drug
Store.
Before you buy furniture, get prices
al the Ideal.
Comfortable nnd durable baby sleds
nt Howson's.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoko
Rovolstoko Cigars.
For pictures and picture training
try the Ideal.
For bosh made creamery butter and
good eggs at Bourne Bros.
Hews' Cold Tablets Ior cold in the
head—unsurpassed.
Boys get your sleighs at Howson's
Flirniltne. Slore.
Just opened another lot of In.by
sleighs... the Ideal.
Tom Smith's Barioy sugur slicks,
in bottles, nt the Canada Drug Co
Try Howson's Furniture Store Ior it
good carpet or li oleum.
The goods are popular so are tlie
prices at thc Ideal,
Mi-iii'. a Revel-toke Souvenir Calender at  Bews' Drug Slore,
They don't give things nway, but
they sell clump at the Ideal,
N. iv stocks ol Eaton llu'll.ut's Ninas
Wniing Papers at Pews' Drug Store,
See our corner window for Limoges
and Wedgwood dinner sets ut C. II.
Iluiiii. A Co,
Sweel potatoes, celery, Spanish
onions, parsnips, carrots nnd beets,
I;..;... Bros,
I le,i.-a...I- ..I beautiful XiiiiiH cards
and calendars to choose Irom nt the
'   .:   ,d;i   llllll! .' lure.
Rovolstoko i.iK.ir., Union Mads Our
Spocial, Tha Union, nnd Maroa Vuoltu
i.ro ahead ol nil othors.
I- ,i Renl Bowii g inachines by tl.e
we. k or inniilh—Singer Sewing Ma-
dee 26
i pim .   ii.niiges, naval  oranges,
-[ ms   .....1   erniilnirries    ut
Bios,
lust ree.'i.e.I n stock of shades,
curtain poles, eto, Howson's Furni
im i itore is the plnce to get them.
... rk  d  i, il.-l  soup has
in ..'!    Call and we tho Lug.' a
-. im   C H Hume a Co,
R;*L J 'JLVrfJs
TH/M  MICE ir.i^tr-1
\s a Thing of Beauty
■ANDA TOYFOREVEP*-
WBWK NEClitflTY   V
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You
CTANJ GET GOOD HOJE
ftf J"OME STOKES Vo?;
ANY PRICE, Vbu Can
6t" GOOD HOSE at joMC
STORES fORANY PRICE
BUSTER Enl'-T-i/l
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11 tiflsw-fj jd
IftiKrWll    'rTOu-m
Ijitiatwol
MARYJ^NEJr
JTO CK 11st C vf   'Cor-.ft.es, ..... SYT-.t BuiteS Sfcavrf. Co. Chicago.
BU-STER \S WRONG—THE Ho.SE THAT LAST
TOR EVER HAVE NOT YET BEEN MADE, BUT
WE HAVE .SoME THAT Go PRETTY NEAR IT.
NO ARTICLE OF APPAREL, PARTICULARLY A
CHILD'-S, HA-5 To .STAND THE HARD WEAR
THAT aSToCKlNG-S Do. GET THE BE-5T-WE
HAVE THEM. WECARRY BOY.S' HEAVY WOOL
aSToCKINGsS IN THREE WEIGHTS AND ALL
SMIS. WE GET THE BE.5T WE CAN AND CAN
RECOMMEND THEM. PRICED RANGE FROM 20C.
TO 75C, ACCORDING To S\Zl AND WEIGHT.
GIRLS' HOSE   In ll.o besl .|.ta'.ily uf Oashn.ere ribbed mid plain.
LADIES' HOSE We hnve a lot nf the best English Cashmere of our
own Importing—ribl cd and plain. The t|ualily is extra good and
prices will suit you.
HANDKERCHIEFS -We have our stuck of Handkerchiefs for Xmas
and wt know that such n complete line has never before been shown
in the city. Dainty, Sheer Lntvns, beautifully hand embroideried or
lace edged nnil sume with hemstitched odges, The prices range from
iie. io $1.00 each, with some extra good unes at Be, 40c. andCOc.
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS In Silk and Linen -You can't, boat our line
nl'get its luw prices. We huve lots.if initial handkerchiefs from 2.">c,
lip and Souvenir Silk Handkerchiefs in many different styles,
MCLENNAN'S
MACKENZIE AVENUE
GOOD  BUYS
Choice Building Plot, Second Street, 50 x 100 ieet.    -$ 660
Corueroti Third Street, 125 x 100 feel. • -ifHOO
Double Corner, Filth Slrivt,'60 x 100 feot. -      -   350
Two-Acre Blocks, suitable for Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre • - - - tf Illll nnd Ifi 50
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE
NOTARIES PUBLIC
LOANS
ARE YOU A PURCHASER OF
CUT GLASS
?
If ynu ure, tho question of cost is
in. ib.ui.i .in i...|.oi'iiinI consideration,   Design next,
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
Onlv selection nf I'ul Glass iu town
SPARE THE BOD anil SPOIL THE OHILD
IH Mil r. I'l WITH
IRE THE Bl (J'H AND SPOIL THE TEETH
.   in. in i ii mn jpoll tin' teeth when
vi- .li in,i .-I..*-. BRISTLE   TOOTH   BRUSHES < I... i will nol
\ full itock of Tooth Poivdoi , l\ i i I Pastes always on hand.
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
Wc l'..y Hpenlal Allcnllon lu Prescriptions,
"               ■"
W A N T E I)
iirAiNTKD-ltnniiis In Itenl, |.ii.,ly
VV   furnished,   Apply to   Uui.t,
T'AI'l'IMI.
WEATHER FORECAST
Saturday, Nnv. llll, lor 21 hours
cloudy un.l cold with more snow.
Temp., mux, 42; mill, .111 degrees.
COMING EVENTS
Wed. Deo, i—"Al Cripple Creek."
Thursday, Dec. 5—Yo Oltl Folks Concert, hy Choir ol Methodist
Church.
Friday, Dee. 18, Saturday, Dec 14.—
M.'Kwen, Hyp....list nnd Vaudeville.
Wednesday, Dec. IS—S.indlnrtl Dodge
Co,
Friday, Jsn, Hid.-At.mini llnspit..!
llllll.
. « .
Son...thing New — Quick tapioca,
custard nnd chocolnle pudding in
paoknges, pure gold icings and jelly
powders, all flavors. C. B. Hume A
Cu.
OPERA HOUSE
Dec. 4th
LAST SEASON'S
OREATKST SUCCESS
At (ripple toK
Just a reminder ol the
guidon daya InClomdo
With a Caste or 15 Artists
Hciid.d by
Ernest Fisher
Seats on Sale at the Cnnnda
Drug and Book Store.
PRICES,  $1, 75c and 50c.
IMPORTANT ADVICE.
Do not wait, but come in at once
tor your sittings for Christmas photos
and avoid the rush nenr thnt time.
You will find hero everything—workmanship, scenery, enmeras, lenses,
mounts and art folios nl every description, style nnd color lound in the best
studios in the east. ATI work linisbed
cnniplelely here in my building.
Speciul—Du not come for sittings
alter II p.m. during lhc next two
inoiil hs ol short days.
Very respectfully,
E, F. TUCKER,
to Photographer.

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