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Vol. 13.   No  102
EMPIRE   TYPEWRITER
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. JANUARY,
3ffiK2B»
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revclstoko.
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS:
With tlie near approach of a New Year,
lot us express our sincere gratitude to all,
The successful season we have had remind us that we are indebted to our
friends for their generous treatment during the closing year.
Aeeept
Season'
" Our
Greed n
Best
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We hope all
Prosperous 1
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We assure  you   we  wi
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A Bright and
do  all  m   our
merit your  further  confidence
ana
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C. B. Hume & Co.,
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
Dressmaking and Millinery Rooms, 2nd Floor
Fall Coods Arriving Dally.
PUBLIC SCHOOL PROMOTIONS
To Successful   Pupils at  Mid-
Winter Examinations.
Tho following; lists show tho names
of lha pupils win* have OHrnod pro-
nuitkln ms u result of their work
timing Inst iI'l-tii. Pupils whoso name!
iii'oIn tho I'l'i'iiiiiini'iiili'illists are pro-
motod kii iilul, mill it' their work is
satisfactory, their promotion will ho
confirmed, Names are arranged In
order of merit, Pupils whose names
are bracketed are anna) in rank i
High Fourth Header (hiss in Junior
Leaving Oloss - A. Bell It. Brown, M.
Jnuileson, I'', [fraser, II. Cordon, M.
Porter, M. Field, K. Allen, li. Drqu-
bart, W. II. Johnson,   Recommended
li. Hohhs, H. McOarter, A. Tapping,
I,. Oouraier, <). Hanson, V. Tomllnson.
Low Fourth Reader to High Fourth
Header F, Lyttle, P. Samson, .1.
Byrd, !•'.. Bruoe, (0, MoRae, M, Young)
I. Proeunler, 10. Corson, It. McAdan),
10. Morgan,
Recommended O. Ahriihamson, B,
Brown, 10. MaoLean,
High Third Reader to Fourth
Reader—L. Moran, L, Lee, M, Cathels,
L. Steed, T, Armstrong,
II mi idod- O,   Field,   X.    Mc-
Lend.
Low Third Render to High Tbi 'I
Render M Llndmni k. S, Die n, !.
.' get, L. Brock, f. M„t/., II. Coiike,
Recommended /.. Mitchell, It. Hag-
gen, P, Moran, J, McEachern, K.
Slmmonds, F, McMnhon, O, Roman,
High Second Reader to Low Third
Reader   10 M. Ahriihamson, (A. Craw
ford,   A.
' uteri.     II. (i I'M M.I I,    M,
Fletcher, 10. McCarthy,
W.MacLeau, 10. Bantam.
H. Miller, 10. McMahon,
larch, .M. Lee,
i High Second
t'Mllll'/./.i.    11.
L, Blackberg,
'. Jackson, S.
L.
. (T.
W,
While thanking our numerous customers for
their valuable ttade of the past year and hoping to bind closer this tnnle relation, we will
inaugurate a bargain day on Saturday of each
k. We will devote one of our large win-
theso various line.* and out many
watch for these siiles ,-is wo  will
wee
dow   ii
friends nm
absolutely make them something to be looked
forward to.
WATCH    THIS
SPACE    NEXT    ISSUE
I LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTu\i
GOOD   BUYS
Choice Building Plot, Second Street, 50 x 100 feet.     —* 650
Corner on Third Street, 125 x 100 feet. - -$1400
Double Comer, Fifth Street, 50 x 100 feet. -       —   350
Two-Acre Mocks, suitable for Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre
- $100 and $150
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
ARE YOU A PURCHASER OF
CUT GLASS
?
If von'are, the quoltion of cost is,
no doubt an Important consideration,    Design  next.
CALL AT
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
Only selection of Out Gloss In town
Grant Hall Promoted.
Winnu'ku, Jan, 3.—Grant   Hall, h
ststantsuperintendanti f motive poweTi
for the Canadian  PMcific,   ,vi!t asume
I a much more Important position at tin
beginning of the new year.  The posi
tion formerlyjbeld by William Cross at
assistant to the eeeond vice-president,
will be abolished, and the duties discharged by   him  will  be  assumed by
Mr. Hall as superintendent (if motive
power.    Mr Cross, who has bad a long
and   successful  career   in   the servire
will retire, and  with  bis  family  will
make    an   extended    tour    thourgh
Europe
Coming Events
Monday. Jan, 18th.—''Bonnie   Brier
Hush" Company at opera house
Patronize   Nome   Industry.      Smotie
Revelstoke Cigars.
Met
Fleet ham, 10.
.1. Mclniyn
»i. Shurdluv
T. liallicaUO ^^^^^
Recommended    M. Co
(i. Burrldge, II. Glbhons
Low Second Render l.
Reader- V, Julifle, .1.
Daniels, M. Proeunler,
It. Frisby, (l. Cook, I
Simps,mi, A.  \'<mi)^.
Recommended   L.    Pettipieoe,
Mmiz. O. Corson.
HUb First Reader to Low Sei
Reader M. Pleetham, O. Oourslei
Bain, P. stMieyi. (M, Brock,
Smythe), A. MacBryde, C, Manning,
L. "Daniels. .M. Allen, ]|. Jones, L.
Anderson. K. Field. II. Hack R.
Oalder, 10. Johuson, W. MacBryde,
M. Ringer, V. Bell, .,. Henderson, F.
Bourne,T, Pugsley, s. Galllcano,
Recommended    \V. Leslie.
Low First Reader to High First
Reader L. Ahraharason, J. Le Beau,
A. Galllcano, G. Fletcher, A, Oamozzl,
s. Plcard, W. McMahon, G. Turnross,
High Second Primer to Low First
Reader—J. Creelman, 10. Btadshaw,
L. Rae, L. Campbell, A. Robinson, L.
Smith, I J. Brown, .0. MacLean, T.
Taylor), O. Moran, M, Smythe, E,
Guthrie, W. Cook, G, Urquliart, G.
Oororochlo, 10. McKlnnon, EL Donaldson, T. McRae, T. Morgan,
Low Second Primer in High Second
Primer—A, Manning, A. McLean, It.
Tapping, H Lyttle, (N. Fleet ham, G,
Tomllnson), L, Williams, W. Fleming,
M, Armstrong, 10. Moscrop. (D. Mad-
doloui,. L. Morgan), R. Windrow, J.
Lonzo, L, Williamson, A. Jackson, D,
Abr.ih imsnii. I, Donaldson, W. Henderson.
High First Primer (Section A) to
Low St'ciind Primer. .(L. Husselton, J.
Robbins), Q. timing, S, Phipps, M.
Mai ibesan, S. Manning. (I. McOauley,
P. Olseni, l.M. Coughiin, N. McOartby.)
t.M. Jnliffe, J. MacBryde, J. Patrick),
I". Morris. M. Boin, M, Howson, S.
Lldy, C. Holten, A. Frazer, T. Boin.
F. terry. It. Ottlder, 11. Oloilgh, M.
Hyland), F. Stephenson, G. Barrio,
II.' McGregor.
High First Primer (Section li) to
Low Second Primer—(G. Jackson, H.
Liiughtoni. L. Edwards, H.Stone, L.
Amato, D. Johnson, O. Garland. (A.
Fulton, L. Woodrow), I). McOarter,
J. Marcbesan, W. Nelson.
Low First Primer (Section A) to
High First Primer—W, Lumli, (A.
Corson, R. Nichols), (P. Lonzo, S.
Turk), (G. Hock. ti. Campbell), A,
Page, I). Lyttle. M. Camozzl, J. Co-
-halo, I, Kimberley, A. Smythe, (A.
Frazer. I. Hoy), L Hyland, F. Cooke.
.1. McLend, M Brown, F. Pugsley, (l.
Bruce, W. Fletcher, A. Burrldge.
Low First Primer (Section li) to
High First Primer—P. Anderson, W,
Clnugh, G. Grimes, P. Ringer, S. Me-
Mahon, B. McColl, M. Gallon, (F.
Dunn, L, Shaw), W. Fulton, ti. Davis,
G. Hansen. J. McGregor, J. Bourne.
CANADIAN MINT.
First Coinage Turned Out in
Canada.
Ottawa, Jan 3.—The new Royal
Mint was formally opened yesterday
afternoon, by the Governor-General,
Invitations were sent out to Sir Wilfrid Laurier ■■. nd members of the cabinet, to a number of prominent parliamentarians and citizens and to
many outsiders. They were show
over the institution by the otlieial
and saw the wonderful coin-making
machines turning out what will really
if t|,e firt-t Canadian coinage.
There will be a refinery constructed
in connection with the mint.
A YEAR OF
PROGRESS
A Review of 1907 Just Passed
— Development on All Sidos
City Improvement   Bright
Outlook.
Another year  bus  come and  gone.
As is otiBtomary let that which has
palled DO looked over and the   various
changes   which   huvo     taken     place
noted,      in   making   this   let respect
there is no one  who   will   deny   thai
Urvelstoke has more than fulfilled the
expectation   of  even  tho   most  (anguine of her citizens and there are   few
who   will   contradict   the   slntfinent
that the year l'.H>7  has   been   one   of
undoubted   pump' rity   and   improve,
nient.      Revelstoke   is    growing  and
growing  r pull)   in   every direction,
aid 1111r- [not ti  hr believed will easily
be   substantiated   by a   walk   mound
Hie city where the new residences mm
built or in procees of election  can  be
seen.     The   sontraotore   have    been
busy   all   the   year   on   pilviite   residences besides other--buildirigs, chief
among   which   are   the   new    Baptist
cltuivh, Burn's block,   new   pish Dice,
City hotel wing and i there, as   well as
additions to  the GPR,   roundhouse,
As   further evidence  of Kevflstnlte's
progressiveness during the jear 1Wi7
hi I he amount  of  real  estate   which
has   changed   hands,  he  considered.
While on tho subjict of city   improve
incuts,   the   isolation   hospital,  rnci
track     improvement    iii.d   stabling,
arrangements to install an auxiliary
power plant, new wing of the Y.M C.A.
and additional sidewalks,   besides  improvements in the city waiter system
including new water   tank;   all   lluse
ihings will go to show that Reielstoke
is on the move and  in  the  right di
rection,   The 1* minion Government
have nearly ci nipleted the «ing  dam,
which would  have   been   finished   ex
cepi for nnfoiseen  occurrences,     Tin
provincial government bus effectively
prevented any fu titer  erosion   of the
river bank, and the O.PJEt. have com
menced   construction   of   their   new
steel Columbia bridge.     Considerable
progress  has   been   made  during   tin
past year in   mining  and    lumbering,
the   Big    Bend     development   being
pushed foiward to a great extent.    As
a eily we have increased,  our  popula
tion is growing, and with  that, growth
the facilities for handling ii   will I av,
to come.    Npw industries  are  spring
ing up,   while   agricultural   pursuit*,
fruit   growing   and     ranching   bay,
received rreat impetus    Our Iraterna
societies report  good   progress  and h
spile ol the financial depression at tin
latter part of   'he  year,   hu-iness  ha-
been generally brisk      Taking all  ii
all the future is full of bright  prom in
and there is every indication   that tin
prosperity which lias   followed   Bevel
sloko   steadily  during   ]',Kl7 will   increase during   the  New   Viar,  upoi
which   we  have   now  entered    Tb i
there is much  yet  to be done,   nom
will gainsay, but the  fact  will   in  m
way detract Pom  what   has  been  ul
ready   done.    On   looking'  back  over
the prosperity of 1907 in  Revelstoki
there is every reason to he proud am
energy to be gained  fioni   it,  so  thn
before 19U8 closes  we  shall  expect ti
see as much  improvement, ay,, am
more so for 11)08 as we,   now   do   foi
11107.
PiSjjjjs ctf
ELEVENTH ANNIVERSARY
Of the New Year Banquet of the
Revelstoke Independent Band
Tim eleventh annual banqUOt held
by the Revelstoke Independent Hand
took place on Now Year's Evo in the
band room,    This time honored cere
ninny, which is perhaps tho moat
Interesting Of any in the city, w«« held
without undue publicity and the
hand hoys made their preparations fori
their/-banquet in their own circlea
With the exception of several old
timers, still members of the hand, and
II. Cunningham Morris, an the
guest of honor, there were no
no invitations accorded, the banquet
lieing solely to celebrate, as has been
the lime honored custom, the New
Year. The proceedings opened with a
sumptuous banquet to which every
justice was d, ne, after which R Gordon, as el airman, ealiid a very interesting toast ist including the King,
their guesi, the bandmaster, R. Sawyer, old lliners m d other individuals
of the band, eaeli "met being heartily
responded In, On the stroke of midnight ' A ii Ul Lai ig Syne" was sung
and class drained to the prosperity
and success ill the new year. R. Gordon referred to the compliment conferred on the band by the Governor*
General last year and congratulated
he band on its work and past success.
He- no do a brief review of the institu-
liuii and how   the bund hul its origin,
touching on the celebrated''declaration of indcpenilei.ee." He showed
now lack of hinds and a good leader
had ki pt the land back in the early
i!a_\s. Revelstoke is becoming more
educated in music and ate supporting
i he hand better now.       He   cotigrntti-
lined the laija on sticking together
and urged practising in larger quarters
and peisisient practice. In R, Sawyer, he mid, the band had now an
excellent leader, who kept discipline
and had brought the band to its pres-
i nt stale of i lliciency He praised Ed,
Edwards as prtsident, and R. Ann-
stiong as secretary, and said that the
nusiunss end of it had bten well
loi ked after. In conclusion he uiged
en operation in the members and
pointid out that the band was now an
institution which Revelstoke could
not do without
Messrs. G, Kmipp, H. Cunningham
Mieris, H. W. Edwards, J. B. Scott,
Ed Edwards, K. Armstrong, S.Hillier,
F. Tweeddale and others gave appropriate addresses. A pleasing incident
was the presentation of a handsome
leather grip by the Independent Band
io R Sawyer for bis untiring and
"ncrgetic work dining bis bandmas-
ership. In thanking the boys for
their kindness he said that if all the
ncmbers of the baud did their best he
would be quite satisfied
Music, recitations   and   songB were
rendered   during   the  evening.     Ed
Edwards cave an excellent description
■ if   a   "Chinese band," while J. Dallas
old the   company  about  the "c<lf."
Kaiser," the  band's   canine   maecoi,
vas honored with a toast.     The band
oom was profusely decorated and the
upper   excellently   served.      A most
enjoyable   time   was   spent   and  tbt
a hering   broke up after a sucoeasful
unction, and   Ihe  New Year ol   I'.IOS
,vill i ver be remembered with pleasure
oy   ihose   who   were   present at this
inie  honored   reunion of   the   Kevel-
lioke Independent Hand.
Hardware
0$
prosperous Ney Y
China
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aROCERIES j
«o
Plumbing
O
S-
Groceries
CHEAP   FUEL
HARD COAL BRIQUETTES
i.-i 1 on Ihe market.
at   #!1.IK)  per  ton  is the cheapest
Thcv start lire as easily
Can be used ill Fuliia   	
open grates.
We have a large stock on hand ready for
will'flli your order promptly.
. dry wood and bust as long as hard coal,
Cook Stoves,  Heaters,   Self Feeders  and
immediate delivery and
Revelstoke General Agencies. Limited
IV OLSONS   BANK    BUILDING.
8l
-Tj)
DEALERS    IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
fjgjjjiijg^
Two
young
Wedding Bells.
of Revelstoke's well-known
people sprung a surprise on
their many friends here mi New Year's
Day ly becoming united in marriage
The hippy couple were Mr. Howard
ECeayS and Miss Lottie Wood ley, The
ceremony    was    performed    in    El,ox
Church by Rev J R Robertson, HI),
and was witnessed only by relatives of
the bride and groom, and a few friends
wh i bad got wind of tie interesting
e cut. After the ceremony the wed
ding party drove to the residence of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Woodley,
Fifth Street, where a dainty supper
was served. The Mail Hf.hai.d joins
ibe iiiauv friends of the newly wetlded
couple in extending to them best
wishes for a long, happy and prosper
us married life.
NEW YEAR'S DAY
Passes Quietly in Revelstoke
Usual Custcms  Observed.
Tee ieai 1!)II7 has run its course
and has v i*!,, i ,,. ihe dim shadow-
land ol he pa t. Like ell other years
it has brought varied fortunes 'o various people, places, Ouiiiiiiunitiea and
countries. Yet it is the good fortune
to be able to say that its joys have fur
exceeded its Borrows and it leuvos be
hind it a cup overflowing with promises of the good doings for the year
just dawned. 1'rovidenco has dealt
kindly with us in the year that's awa'
and standing now on the threshold of
1908, brief breathing time is given to
think of tiie road, though we can
never traverse it acain, over which w»
have marched. New Year's Day
passed very quietly in the city,
sleighing pan ie, skating and bobbing
being ireely indulged In, 1 lie weather
was    mud   wi-h   a hgnt   fall of   now.
Torre mi. he customary visiting in
social Circles a- well as to the hotel
I ars aid 111 ney was mil so scree hat
it could not provide all of the calleie
«ith "the wee diappie " Snniptmuis
dinners were provided at the hotels
and restaurants and the evening was
given up to social talk and pastime.
All the hotels did themselves credit at
the table and each bad their share ol
uesls. Feiy, if any, were seen on the
street "under the influence" which
speaks well for the town when it is
c insidered that New Year's Day is the
annual' swearing off." Nothing more
of importance cm he elironitled cx-
cept that the New Year was ushered
iu by the whole city in various ways
and general health was drunk to the
prosperity of ihe year just born.
Write John Wilson, High River,
Alberta, for prices on hay, ground
feed, or feed oats, wheat, etc.
naslum,
well as
i on,ling
programme
hand and
nasiuin   class, followed
bar,   parallel   bar   and
Y.M.C.A AT HOME.
Physical   Department    Entertain Their Friends
The physical department of the Y.
M.C.A. were at home on Wednesday
night of New Year'- Day and entertained their friends and patrons. A
arge number of vliitors occupied
iliairs on the floor of the huge gym-
the Inrgcot in the west, us
Di'iiug the spacious gallerns
mid the building. The
consisted of musical free
linnb-bcll drill by the gym-
by horizontal
german horse
exercises, each display concluding
with a human pyramid. Mitt iiiinh
ling created much amusement. The
work put up by these classes is extremely good, and shows what athletic
training can arcomp'ish, and the
members are to be h ghly complimented on their efficiency, Refreshments
were served during the interval, tlie
many cakes and other delicacies provided by the boys being much appreciated. Considerable interest was
shown hy the visitors in the apparatus
in the gymnasium, while many looked
over the whole Institution, expressing
pleasure at the excellent iippointmetiis
and their spic and spun appearance
The social concluded by a laughable
burlesque indoor gsnie of baseball
between the knights of tho tie path
and t>'e whiskered ladies, the costumes
and and antics of the players causing
uproarious laughter. Some of the
boys made excellent girls.
In thanking the visitors for their
interest and wishing all a Happy New
Year, E. M. Cook, the secretary, niach
a few remarks on the good work of the
Y.M.C.A. and what a benefit it bad on
the city in moral us well as physical
influences. The work was growing
and the citizens ol Revelstoke had
been generous in their support and
had now a building as good as any in
H C. Ho asked the people to pray
lor the railroad boys and keep them
together, and aid iu the work of the
association,
imperial Bank of Canada
Head Ottii-e   Toronto, Ontario.
BranohM to ths ProviOMSof Msnitnbi,, Alberta, Ss^iatchewan,
jlritish Columbiii. Outurio. Quebec.
Capital  Authorized
Capital Pnirt Up
Reserve Fund
I). K. WlLM.:, Preside,it;
Hon.
• 10.000,000.00
•     S4,860,000.00
•4,800,000.00
I A.KKKAY, Vice-President.
-8 Transacted.
ol  f Miada, United States and
given to OoUections,
A Qenorai Banking £u&
Drafts  old available in all part
Europe.   Special attenti
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed  on deposit" from date of deposit and credited
quarterly. 	
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.
HOSPITAL BALL
Sixth Annual Anniversary of
this Popular Event.
The sixth annual Hospital Ball was
Grand Masquerade Carnival
The first fancy dress skating carnival of the season will be held in the
rink on Tuesday evening next under
the auspices of Knox Church Ladies'
Auxiliary. Arrangements have been
perfected lor the accommodation of a
held last night  in  the Opera  House j |arge   crowd 0f   epectators as  well ss
wilha fair attendance. The decoration scheme was tastelully carried!
out with flags, bunting and greenery,
an electric arc lamp neing suspeuded
in the centre. The music of the Independent Hand was excellent. The
"grand march" commenced at 10
o'clock and dancing was continued
till the early hours this morning.
Visitors from outside points were
1,resent and ill spite of Che predominance ol the fair sex, which appears
iu be invariably the ease in Revel-
-toke, all had a very enjoyable time,
The supper was dainty and made a
pleasant addition to the sociability ol
the evening. Owing to lack of space
in this issue, the list of gowns worn
are not published, but will appear in
our next issue.
skaters. The Independent Band will
enliven the proceedings with a number
of popular selections. As usual handsome prizes have been provided for the
best lady's, gent's, girl's, boy's, and
comic costumes. The ice will be
open for skating to those not in fancy
costume after 9 o'clock, and it is requested that those in masque hand in
their names with the title of the characters they represent to the doorkeeper. Refreshments will be served
on the ice by the lalies, and the event
promises to be a great success. Price
ol admission—25 cents.
Lumbermen Meet Tonight
A meeting ol lumbermen will be held
tonight in the City Hall at 8 o'clock.
All persons interested  in  timber are
requested to be present. THE MAIL-HEUALD, REVELSTOKE, B, C.
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PUBU8HKD  whiNK.shaY  \NH BATUR
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'REVELSTOKE, B.C..1
MURPHY & FISHER
Barhiitkrs, Solicitors, Etc
ti T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission,
Cms. Mriii'iiY.        Hahoi.h Fisiikk
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Barrister*, Solicitors, Bto,
MnNKY to Loan
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Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Sutveying
Engineering
Mi Kknv.ik Avknck.
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TKACBKR OF PIANO, VOQAL
HAKMO.sY COUNTERPOINT, etc.
Pupils pri pared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
STUDIO—At   Mr-   J.   C,   Huttliis,ai's   ("nn-
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COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mining, Real Estate, Business, Financial and Share Brokers,
Mercantile Agents,
Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Agents.
Maps,   Plans, Blue  Prints and Reports
compiled on Mines, Land and Timber.
REVELSTOKE,
B. C,
IOC.     The latest
success,
black plug
chewing tobacco.
Che fl&aiMberalb
Tr.-re :- so much bad in the best of us.
And -  much good In the worst nf us,
TI „'. It r.arcbj behoove? any of u-.
To talk- about ths rest of as.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1908
oulturlstB, We look forward to
the year it'!'s iii tli" brighteBl way,
and trust thai "ben the clouds of
depression and cessation of Indus-
trles roll away the reaction will
cnlise the country to forget the sad
past, in ihe vigor of n new life and
a new impetus to succeed.     We are
no partisan or respeotor of persons
therefore ilu'M.wi.-llruAi.ii wishes
all its readers, of whatever shaded
opinion or religion, whether friend
or foe, i t h bos I wishes for "A Happy
and Prosperous New Year,"
CITIZENS'   LEAGUE.
Inasmuch as WO have n Citizens'
League of our own which has oxer
olsod a certain Influence wholesome
to the affairs affecting the welfare
of this community, it is Interesting
to observe how a similar organization   in   Hamilton,  Ontario, 1ms
developed along lines; which, lie-
aides eliciting u good deal of comment, call for appropriations oul
of the civic chequer in order that
the efforts of tho league to improve
the moral conditions of thecilv
may succeed. The Hamilton Spectator explains that the organization is asking that its special detectives shall lie paid mil of the
public funds and continues thus:
"And how is it. that the good
people of tho Citizens' League confine themselves to aiding the suppression of only one of the various
branches of wickedness? Why do
the league's able detectives not
catch burglars and thieves and
violators of the now street trafllo
bylaw, and murderers, and all
manner of wicked persons, and
send the pflylist to the city? Is it
that murder, and theft, ami peanut
vending are cheap, common crimes,
compared with the atrocious "swilling' of a glass of beer, four seconds
after it wits perfectly legal to do
that swilling? We do not think
that the ratepayers of Hamilton
would care to pay money to a lot
of chaiis who have apparently organized themselves into a standing
[and walking] votes of censure
upon the entire police force, from
the chairman of the commission
down to the latest man on the
force."
Bonnie Brier Bush
In Kirke La Shelle's production ol
"The Ronnie Brier Rush" which comes
to Tapping's Opera House on Monday,
Jan. 13, we arc to be entertained with
a charming play in which Scotch   life
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Since last issue one year has gone
over to the great silent majority
and a new one (1908), just dawned,
has come to take its place. It is
indeed an age of progress. At this
as well as at all ssasonf when
commencing something new. it is
too often the fashion, like sponsors
at a baptism, to promise r.uh'-r
than i-erform. The MaiL-HebaLD,
fully cognizant of its reader's
weakness and knowing the fore of
the proverb which declares bow
much good deeds are better than
good words will make for l'JOS no
rash promise? lest perchance we
might not keep them and lie classed
as such as " keep the word of
promise to our ear and break it to
our hope." Nevertheless it will
venture to assure the public that it
will continue to stand for their
rights and for the best interests of
the Revelstoke district and of the
Kootenays, The interests of the
city, wherein it is published, will
always have it- best care, being
convinced that Revelstoke has a
brilliant future and that her success is our success and her advancement is ours. We look hack with
satisfaction on the year that is past
and see in it an augury of bright
things for the one upon us. "In today already walks to-morrow." \V(
thank those who have stood by U!
in the past and hope to merit their
patronage in the future, and will
endeavor to continue to progress
nnd be representative of the country. We will strive to always
eschew low personalities and vul-
garities, and, but reserve the right
to call a spade a spade, and ,those
that wield  that  implement,  agri-
■ I  Palmer Collin, ,- Lachl ■ ■
iu the "Bonnta liner Ha-li
is |K,rtrayed with a simplicity of
treatment together with a delightful
combination of dramatic intensity and
rich humor such as is rarely found in
the latter day performances. A company of metropolitan players, in
eluding many of the original cast and
h lieautiful scenic production ate
romiied,
MILLMEN CONVENE.
Coast and Mountain Representatives to Meet at Nelson,
To discuss the present situation ol
the lumber industry in British Columbia, both on  the coast, am) In the in
terior, and its relations to lln-  riot-
of the  Northwest, all  the prominent
sawmill operators in the province will
gather in Nelson on .laniuiry  Ml.
|| i- expected that   every mill in the
province will !»• represented at this
convention, as it is known that matters of great importance to the trade
will be dealt with. Pending this
meeting it is unlikely that those mills
which are Dot now operating will
commence work again.
TIMBERMENS
ASSOCIATION
Branch of the B. C Timber and
Forestry Chamber of Commerce to be Inaugurated in
Revelstoke.
A meeting of all those who were in
any way Interested in timber was held
on Sutii day last, in the city hall. A
large number of commercial and lumber men were present. 0, F. landmark, president, of Ihe liovelsloke Saw
Mill I'o was invited to the chair and
A. Johnson, manager of the Interior
I'lihlishhig  Company, was appointed
secretary of   the meeting,     Mr. I.inil-
in.nk explained to the mealing why ii
had been called.
.1.    M.    Kellic    in    bringing   up the
question of the government reserve on
all unslaked timber lands, said that
the speculator in timber bad given Ihe
treasury its surplus and had been in
■trumei.tal in bringing ill capital, tic
urged that timber men should have a
fair show since they had contrihultd
-u largely revenue.
T, Taylor, M.l'.l'., said in dealing
with this matter that public sentiment
was strong, but many features had to
bo brought forward. Lumbermen
must organize and give the govern
ment their advice and suggestions on
the matter and he felt sure Hie government would do what was best foi
tho whole provinoe, Tho 21 years
lease had been clamored against and
lie thought that the new law would
answer the purpose. He also pointed
out that he hail   beard   nothing of   it
except in the newspapers,
The secretary was then instructed
to rend    the   circular   letter from the
British Columbia Timber and Fore-try
Chamber of Commerce, Vancouver,
the substance of which was that ibis
society bad been formed with the idea
of establishing branches all over the
provinoe, in order to proiect the interests of all timber men and to conserve
the forest resources of the province,
the chief objects being:
1. Protection of forests from tire.
2. A better title for special licence
lands in order that conservative and
economic lumbering may be practised.
3. Stability of licence numbers.
•1. The protection of the interests
of timber land owners.
5,    The promotion of forestry.
In order to make the organization
provincial it is hoped that branches
will be instituted at New Westminster,
N'amumn, Alherni, Port Simpson, At-
lin, Kaniloops, Revelstoke, Arrowhead,
Nelson,   ICaslo,   Rossland,   Cranbrook
and Pernio.
.1.   A.   MacQee said   the  time  was
hardly   ripe   now  for   disoussion but
urged that arrangements be mad.- f r
a big meeting at Revelstoke.    He said
that personal    feeling   should h,' kept
out and   the  organization   should not
be political, a   strong pull all togl
would   I ave a better effect and a   i ir-
mutated idea as t     a hat is I est I
and    I he   ' ■   vermin i t.       !!•■ believed
the govei nment »   I Id    isten I
proposition and give us  fair cone. I
atiou.
C. F. Lindmark said «11 must give
and take and  idvi catcd j    :g,ni-
i Rei    itoki       til   .   s were
:n   favor     ;      gai       .        eft
■
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i big
that    '
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■
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. i
\   r lased I
appi inl a    immittei
M.     Ke ill ,    O.    8.    M ■     I     A
-end   out circulars t > all
ited in tiinb' r and call a
ing on Saturday, .Ian.   1th
Hall    in   order   to form a permanent
organisation of  the  B. C. Timber and
itry   Chamber  of   Commerce   o
Itoke.       The    meeting    then adjourned.
RESERVE LANDS
Sweeping Action   Lands Lapsing Affected.
" Notice || hereby given that, from
and after the date hereof all lands in
the province of BritUh Columbia not
lawfully held by pro eruption, pur
chase, lease or crown grant, are re-
aerved . Irom alienation under the
Land Act, by way of timber licence—
Robt. A. Renwlek, Deputy Commissioner of Lands and Works.
Such Is the sh irt, announcement In
the current issuo of the  British Col
omhi.i OuzottO which him placed all
mist iked land under reserve.
a numbor of other notices oorollary
to it also appear. One of these provides for a reserve being placed nn
any lands now used as Indian reserves
at Biich  time as  they  revert   to the
province.   The notice reads as follows:
" Notice is hereby given that whenever any Indian reserve, or portion ol
nn Indian reserve, in (he   Province  of
British Columbia, shall be surrendered
lessod, grunted or transferred, so that
ihe reversionary interest of the province in such rescrve.or portion thereof,
becomes vested, such Indian reserve or
portion thereol shell forthwith be
reserved from pre-emption sale, lioence
or other alienation under the Land
Act, or Mineral   \ct.
Yd another status explicitly that
whenever a licence or lease is tormina ted a resiiive is placed upon tho
lands ooVOred, The nolic.es read us
follows:—
" Notice is hereby given that whenever any timber licence or lease, or
portion  thereol,   in    the   I'rovinee  of
British Columbia, ahull be surrendered,
cancelled, or 111 any other way terminated, such I inibcr licence or lease,
or porlio'n thereof, shall forthwith bo
reserved Iroin pie einption, sale, or
other alienation under the Land Act.
" Notice is hereby given that the
reserve over certain liindi iu Southeast Kootenay, notice of which appeared in tho British Columbia thi-
zette of the l-tth August, IH',10, ami
bore date of August 12th, 18SI0, is
hereby cancelled.
EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE.
Week of Prayer Services in
Revelstoke Churches.
The Week of Prayer will tic observed
among  the  Methodist,   Presbyterian
and Baptist chinches by holding
union services as follows:
On Sunday tic different pastors
will preach in their own churches.
On Monday evening the Young Peo
plo's Societies fro i all these churches
will meet in the Methodist Church at
8 o'clock sharp, when a suitablo programme will lie curried out under the
entire direction of leaders from these
societies.
Tuesday, January 7th, 1(108.
Address by Rev. J. R Robertson in
the Methodist Churoh, Subject:—
The Church Universal: Praise ana
Prayer for the "Cue Body" of which
Christ is The Head,
Praise lor the growing sense el
brotherhood amongst many WUO own
Him as Lord. For every manifests
lien of oneness in Him. For weakening harriers and growth of sympathies between all truo believers.
Prayer fur a fuller obedience to Him
who is "Head over all things to the
Church." For u larger realisation of
His indwelling presence and power as
life-giving Lird Scripture Readings:
Psalm exxxiii; lsu v. 1-7; John xvii,
20-23; 1 Cor. i 1 10; 1 Cor. xii. 12-27;
Eph. iv. 1-16.
Wednesday, 8th inst.
Addresi   by   Rev, W. P. Freeman in
St.   Andrew's  church.    Subject:—Xa
tiona and Their Rulers.
Prayer lor all Sovereigns, Rulers,
and Close sit in authority under
them. For ail Statesmen and Legists that Divine wisdom may be
theirs. That intemperance,gambling,
and impurity in all countries may be
,: psted. For a recognition of the
Divine rights ol the King of Kings
For all Soldiers and Sailors, for the
Press and for all who guide public
ion. Scripture Readings: Psalm
lxxx. 6 19; Psalm Ixxxv; Prov. xiv,
. 35 las .. 16-20; Matt, xi. 20 24;
1 l'cter ii. 11 17.
Bth, ina.
I:,..     VV, C. Calder in
,i ,      Bubjecl:   Home
-
-- inary i B irt for
, - 'ncient Peo-
F,,r all forms ol
il   n irk   a ngst  ib"
. .   •   itiea    For all
il k    in    the needy vil-
F ir all Hon," mis-
- .. :■•    filled
with the Spirit   and  be made increai-
ingly witne    •     Christ,    Scripture
Keadh sii    16-18    Psalm
oxxii; Jer. xxxi, 7-11; Luke xiv, 18-24;
Act- i <. B8-32; Kom. xi, 26-31.
Praise   for all that has been accomplished by Hod's grace in heathen and
immedan   lands.     For tidings ol
revival iii India and China during last
year.     Prayer for a more faithful recognition of the church's responsibility
: the non-Christian world.   For
,  d   g ncii - Isi'h
• id   :.■   I    'ganiaation.
Foi a .islation  and distribu
tion.    For all branches of  missionary
tic,    medical,  eduoa-
and    industrial.     Scripture
Readingi     Psalan xevi; fsa. xlix, 6-12;
Mult, xxviii, Hi 20; Acts I, 0 Uj Acts
xi, 111 21; 1 Thes i.
Friday, 10th Inst,
Address by Rsv  T, VV   Hull in Knox
Church     Subject:      Families, Kduoa-
tlomil establishments, and the Young
Prayer for all parents, and there
vivul of piety and Christian worship
in tho home. For the discharge of
IllUtUal obligations by Christian masters and servants. Por nil Sunday
Schools and Christian work amongst
children and young people, For
teachers and students in all universities nnd • colleges For showers of
blessing on all young men and women
and Associations formed fur their
physical and spiritual welfare. For
tliii wider and truer observance of the
Lord's Day. Scripture Readings:
Dent, iv, B-lOl Psalm xxxiv; PrOV, i,
7-10; Murk x, 18-10; Luke ii, 41 59;
2 Timothy iii, 10-17.
A. F. & A. M.
Masonic Brethren Install New
Officers.
The Installation ceremony of the
Oflloors for the ensuing year of Kootenay Lodge No. 16, A P. ,v A M,, was
held on St. John's Diy, Friday, Dec.
27.    H. N. Oouraier as  d nu'y   grand
mister performed the ins' illation, the
following lining oal 'til to tbeebairs:
0, J Anion, W. M ; A Annan, S. W.j
II. E. R. Smythe, ,1. W.; W. H. Pratt,
treasurer; Rev. 0. A. Proounlor, secretary; E, VV, II. Paget, lj ler
At tho close ol the e, rcniony the
lodge sat down to a Sumptuous banquet nt wliic.n a lengthy toast list was
honored and several very interesting
spceehos delivered, tho toasts including the king, grand lodge, craft, visiting brethren, retiring and elected olli-
cers, the whole In ing brought to a
close by the tylor's toast, "Ha^py to
tneet, .'sorry to part, happy to meet
again," after wnich all dispersed homewards to tho strains of "Auld Lang
Syne."
Local Rovclstoko
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets First ami Tliinl Wednesday iii llio month
In Selkirk Uall, upabalra, at 8 p.ra, BubJootfor
iliBGUsslon ."Arralngmont ol Capitalism, All
interested are welooine.
C. W. O. W.
Mountain  Vlow Camp, No. 229.
Moot, Second and fourth Weil no davs In
moll month. In Selkirk Mall. Visiting Wood-
noil cordially invited to attend,
W. II. AltMSTItONU, Con. .01111.
.1. MolNTYHK, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AFRIF. No. CB
F. O. E.
Tho regular meetings are bold in tho Solkirk
Halt every Tuesday evening at 8 o'oloo*. Visit*
itiu brethren are cordially Invitodi
H. A. BROWN, PBBBIDBNX.
W. K. MeLAUOHLIN.SBOBBTABt,
Koott nnv   LodK«.No. 15 A.F.& A.M.
Tho regular meetings nro hold in the
Manonio Temple,
Jdd Fellows Hall,on
the third Monday In
inch month at #
i.m. Viriltingbroth
roil cordially wot
coino
ii. A. 1'KUCUNIHU, Skchktakv.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO  IS. I. O. O. F.
Moots every Thursday
evening in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock
J Visiting brethren cor
dially invited to. at
tend
K. TRIMBLE, N.(s. J. MATHIB, Stcc
Cold Range Lodge, K. of   P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKTR EVERY WEDNESDAY,
OXOOpt Third Wednesday til
each month, in the Oddfellows'
Hall nt g oVlock. Visiting
Knights (ire cordially invited.
T. W. HHADSHAW, ('.('.
G. H. BROOK, K. of R. & 8.
H. A. BROWN, M. t.f F
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From France, Holland and
Japan
seeds! trees!
Plants \
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reliable varieties nt reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray rumps
Spraying Material, Out Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nursery on the
mainland of H.C.    Catalogue free.
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NURSERIES
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for Christmas
I relished by everyone Man-
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H,.i vorl ni your table, nr eaten as
yout inn y di, inii s, they are «t-
ways most dcllolons and of surpassing flavor, Pure, wholesome
and nutritions, they are matohless
in their superiority,
Manning's Candy Palate
GEMS and JEWELRY
Our   Jewelry represents tho   most
artistic expression of tite goldsmith's
ei'iit'l, eneh nrliele nil entirely new
I'leiition, fashionable to the highest
degree,    I hill    will   appeal    In     your
Interest the moment you view It. Our
ilia in, nub, oome direct from I Im cutlers nnd me sold to von nt pleasing
prices for gems of such ipialiiy nnd
beauty. I'leased to have you see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle & Allmn
Art and Beauty
Ore combined Iu our new designs in carpets. Our Mock Is
eeiiiplete, and  the  colors rich
nnd effective, thudoslgnsurtls*
lie, and the " tout ensemble "
Is nt liking nnd lieanlil'iil. We
have never shown such n wide
vnrlelyVof put terns, mid we
have novcr placed such low
prices  upon    so    mtloh   high
quality before,
R. HOWSOM 6h CO.'Y.
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THE MOLSONS BANK
lnriir|i<irnl.,iil by Act it I'.rli.inmit, ISM.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. MOL80N MAOPBBRBON, Pies. 8. II. BWDtO,.Vice-Pees.
Jamks Ki.uot, General Manager.
Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in Canada and  Agencies in all parts of tho
world.
Interest credited four times a year at current rates on Ravings
Hunk deposits, until further notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvklstokk, B. C.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON,  - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. rnrrift«os, Wagons Eto., John
Deere Ploughs^ Molina Wagonsi Canada ('amnHs Company's
Boggles, Plsnot Jr., Gardon Soedortt and Cultivators, Whe«l-
wrtght and   lilucksmith   Work  nttended   to.    Horse Shoeing a
Spoeinltyf
Central Hotel
^b—    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
tfawlybiil .     First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day. Speci I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish. Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
NOTICE.
Wo«t. Kootenay Laud District,.
District of West Kootrnuy.
Tnko notice tint Jimiert Adams Btotnon. of
lhiltiil', .Minn., USA, occupation Thnlmr
Dealer, Intends to apply fora special timber
licence over the following described lands:
Commencing at a nnst, planted at the N. w.
corner post of T. L. No  1878OH the went ltdo of
tho Upper Arrow Lake and marked "C. D.
Howard* S.K. corner," 1 hence west 160chains,
thence south 40 ohains, thoncu east itio chains,
thence north Pi chains to point of commencement.
Staked Nov. 1th, 1»I7
0. K. QOWABD.
Agent for JaincH Adanm Stetnon.
Dated Dec. 2nd, 19U7.
wed dec 4
In tho Supreme Court of British Columbia.
In  tho  matter of tho Winding Up Act, being
chaptor  144  of tho  Revised   Statutes of
Canada,
and
In tho matter of The Klvvood Tin Workers Oold
Mintut,' Compiiny <>f Lardeau, British Columbia, Limited, Non-personal Liability.
Notice is horeby gireu that upon the petition
of Charles   Lewis  an order  was  made by the
Honourable Mr. Justice Clement in the above
matter, dated tho 27th December, 1907, whereby
it whs ordered that the above-named company
bo WOUtid up under tho provisions of tho Winding  Up Aot  and that John E. Jones, of Cam-
borne, B.C., was nppoiutel Provisional Liquidator.
Further take notice that in end by said order
Tuesday the 21ft day of January, 1W8, nt the
hour of KU'tu o'clock in tho forenoon at the
I oiirt House. Vancouver, B.C., was fixed as the
nine and pla o for the appointment of nn
official liquidator of tho above named company
of which all parties coucorued aro requested to
lake notice.
Dated this &>Lh December, 1007.
MABTIN, CBAIQ & BOUKNK,
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.,
jtiti 4 it. Solicitor! for the Potitiouer,
NOTICE.
Revelstoke band umiIh.
Dtmrlci of West Kootenay.
Ink" notice that Charles  McNIcholls, of Bib
v»Mt<in,n.(',,ocf'iipH(ion, Umber oruisort Intends
to apply for special timber licenses over the
following deserlbed lands:
I Commencing at a pout planted on the
■ant branch of Haley 1'reck abOtll MffltlM
from the forks marked "0 MoNlohollr south*
weal corner post." theme 8n ehaltin north,
then* c W chain" east, thence Hi chniii" BOUtb,
thence 80 chains west te place of commence*
jih nt. rental nine Mil acres mure or lejs.
D«ted 181b Uicamber, nto,
• Commencing at a pout planted BU miles
n pi no yon (reek on west Bide marked "tj. Me*
Mchollit' south-pest corner post" thence 1W
■ m»: i - ease thence 40 chains north, tbeue.e 100
cbtlni west, th'-nce 40 chains south to place of
v- rrmencement, contnlntuj- 64u acres more or
less.   Located December 17lh, 1W)7.
CHAHL   S MeNICHOLLS.
Date Dec Wth. 1907. sat dec 'A
NOTICE
lii'vi'liiiuki' Lund DlHtrlot.
lliHlriot of WoHt Kootenny.
Tuko mil ire that Nell, Thou,,,* Ivlwnnls of
ltuvi'lslokc. It. C, ('riiiHor, inli'iutr, to npply for
ipucinl UcotiHc* over tho following doflortbod
lands)
1. i nliitiirliriiin ul ii post plan!rd iiliuut two
llillu* ilHliint mid In nn oiLilerly illrorllon from
the lOUth'WMt oornor of Section 4. In Township
It, lti'\ rMiiki- Laud OiHtricl. hikI niitrked "NeM
'I'hoimw, Kilwtinli,' B0Qth*WOIt con,or," thonoo
north Wl ohalns, thence viutt &) ohalni, thonoo
■oiilli SO ohiiin*,- thoncu west (U) cli'iin* to tha
lii'ini nf i nn.in,.in,.in,.nl. i-iMiliiiMliiK Sill acre,
more or lorn,, nnd being Section t iu TowiMhip 3.
2. ComnienclnKuta PMt planted aimut one
mil. iliMiani and In an , iisierly itircclion from
tho aom li-eiwi corner of Keel,on IS, Towiiahlp S,
KovclHloko Lund DUtriet. and marked "Ntln
'1 hoi,in* KdwardH' north.went corner," thence
cant 8i) chain*, thenceaoulh an chain*, thence
went HO chain*, thence north K0 chain* to I ho
point of commencement, containing Sill acre,
more or lea* and being Section II. 1'owimhip 3.
3. Commencing at a post planted aliout one
mile diaiant and in an oaaterly direction from
the noulh-eaal comer of Section IS in Ton n*hip
3, Kevel*ioke Land lii*trict, and marked "Neu
Thomaa Kdward*' *outh-we*t corner," thence
north So chain*, thence eaat 80 chain*, thonoo
south So chain*, thence weat 80 chains to point
of commencement, containing 640 acre* more
or leas and being Section 14 iu Township 8,
4. Commencing at a post planted about one
milo distant aud In an easterly direction from
tho south-east corner of Section li, in Township
3, Itevolstoke Land Dislri-1 aud marked ' Nil*
Thomas Kdwards'north-west corner," thenoe
cast SO chains, thence south SO chains, thence
west Ml chains, thence north 80 oliains to the
point of commencement, containing US acres
more or less, and being Section 23, In Township
,">. Commencing at a post planted about one
mile dintaut and In an easterly direction from
the south .east corner of Section IB, in Towu*hlp
;i, Iterel-ioke Land District, aud marked "Nels
Tnonia* KdwardH' Houtliwist corner," thence
north SO chain*, tliunee east 80 chains
thence south So chains, thence west SO chains
to the point of commencement, and containing
WJacreHinoioor less, and being Section N of
Township :i.
t>. Commoncing at a post planted one milt,
ih -unit aud iu an easterly direction from the
north east corner of Section S3, In Township 3,
li'vS itoke Laud District, and marked "Nels
Thumaa Kdwarda' north-west oornor,'' thonoo
east oil chains, titeuce south SO chain*, thence
west ni chains, thetiru north SO chains to tho
point of commencement, and containing mi)
acres more or less, aud being Section 3d in
Township 3.
7. Cuiiimencing at a post planted ono n,Ue
distant aud in an easterly directiuu irom the
south east comer ol Section 4, Tuwnship.,
Kovclsl'iko Ijintl District, and marked "Nels
Thomas Kdwurds' south-west, comer," thenoe
north eo chains, thence east DO chains, th.nce
south SO chains, thence west so chain* to point
of commencement, aud containing 040 acres
mure or less and being Section i, in Township
' Dated Dec. 4th, 11)07
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25 Cenfs
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FOR INVESTMENTS CONSULT US
If you have $5 or $5,01X1 to invest  we   i-iili   tltiil   you   hlgh-oloss
opportunities wlilob will bring you from Bve per cent, to 20 pur cent.
|H>r annum on your money.
City Lots, Houses, Business Blocks, Prull Farms, Rural Lauds,
Hotels, Stores, Business Opportunities, limber, Mines. (Jily mill
Corporation It.mils for sale.
.Money to loan on approved securities.
Accounts collected and adjusted.
If you are interested send for our circular.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, II. 0.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE'  IB. O.
f-*tv%-i>*4V*4VV-» '%/-^-A/TV%%«V-^-VT*/-VT^-V%'TA/%/-^
'.P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HEAD omCK :   Caloahv,   Ai.iik.kt..
Who •sale and Retail Meat Merchants
'■ork Picksrj I'll il'il-r    in   Live Stock.   Markets in all the principal   Cities and
)"OW0s of Alberta. British ....lurotiia and the Yukon.   Packers of the Celebrated Brand
J or "  II ,o'      d Bacon, and "Shamrock" Brand Loaf Lard ^
L*%*4V*v-**«y%'-iv%/fA^^ *-*}
North VaneoDver Water Front
Will prove a desirable field for investment.
Values of this property will be determined by the shipping, railroad and
general development of Western
Canada.
We have secured fur quick sale a
few choice properties and will gladly
furnish full particulars.   Call or write.
J. E. ELEINS
JAMES    WOODKOWS     OFFICES
MeKenzie Avenue.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Fidelity, We Two,  Annie E., Spokane, Nipls-
sing and Bosun Mineral Claims situate in
the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West
Kootenay District.
Where located—At head of Horsefly Crcok.
Take notice that I, Clara Orace Wo6tfall, administratrix of tho Kstate of John Westloy
Westfall. deceased, Free Miner's Certificate,
No B 88200, intend, 6ixty days from date hereof
to apply to tho Mining Hecorder for certificates
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown li rants of tbo above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 21st day of October, A.D, 1907.
fob4 CLARA QUACK WKSTFALL.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of W>st Kootenay. w "
Take uotice that I, John Kenneth McLean, nf
Kevelstoke, H. 0 . lumberman, iuleud to apply
for a special licence to cut timber from the
following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted adjoining
timber limited 7444, and marked "J. Kenneth
McLean's mirn^ast comer," situate about
two miles up Half-way Creek ou the
west side of Arrow Lake, thence west tfO
chains, thence somh 10 ehains, thenee east 80
chums, thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres mare or less.
Dated Dec. 10th, 1907.
■atdec 14      JOHN KEN NETH HcLEAN.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
St. Join oAlllllUi  Live'rH
Jan.  4 Lake Cham*Jain
an. 10 Empress Britain
{an. 241     Corsican       Jan. 10
eb.   1/   Lake Erie     Jan. 15
Feb.   7 Empress Ireland Jan. 24
First-Class, $55 and up
Second-Class, $40 and np
Third-Class, 27.50 and np
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points in connection with steamship tickets
Passengers booked to Norway.
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg arid
all other continental ports.
For further information apply to
T.W.BradsKaw,    LJ.Coyle,
Agent,
Revelstoke.
A.O.P.A.
Vancouver.
CITY COUNCIL. only thnn if ihe nye-tam wan put nil
— o.'nr   the  I'itv.     The miitlor ha '
Contract Let for New Sewera'*e been °i"'n l0 0I mmei'"" ""'Bl,m'
hut niiil tin   people had rui ed no
objcoliona   '.hen.      lie pointed oil<
that cebBpooh cost, more Hum the
frontage tux  for  suwerB mid were
shorter in life mid leHslieallhy (ban
sewers,    The tax for each 25 fool
lot   would  he  lit.25 n year for 20
years, or   if   pnid  in  a lump mini
Wi), which would   pay   ten tiinen
over for filthy, disgusting cesspools,
Aid. Howron  said that it would
he oheaper for the ppoplu to put In
a By|tem all over the city than In
certain   Hirlions, but   the   council
wanted to do what was best for the
city's interests, The hoii-e connections would be cheap.
Mr. Lefeaux Bald he thought
that the council hud explained the
matter well and thanked them for
their courtesy,
Aid. Trimble said the city was in
a bad condition with cesspools.
It was therefore resolved that the
tender of T. P. Sinclair for the construction of the sewerage system be
accepted subject to the disposal or
pledging of the debentures necessary to carry out the work and
that, the mayor be authorized to
enter into a contract with Mr. Sinclair to the above effect, the contract being for excavation, pipe
laying) man holes and ilti-li lunks,
etc., for the three sections, eastern,
central nnd western, and costing
*51,454.18. The contracts for the
septic tanks and pipes will be let
at a later dale. The meeting then
adjourned.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District,
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, J. Saundersou, miner. 80
days after date intend to appl* to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands ana Works for permission to purchase  tie  following described
Commencing at a post planted 20 chains west
of Bliud Bay and marked ''J. Saum(arson's
north-east corner post," thence south 80 chains
theme west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains
theuce east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated Oct. 26th, 1907.
J   SAUNuERSON,
Per VV. A. Smythe Agent.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
B..H., F.D., J.W„ and A.K. Kraotlnnal Mineral
(Halms, situate   in   the Trout l«ko Mining
Division of West Kootenay District.
Where Healed - At head of Hors.illy Croelc.
Take notice that I, Kred C. Ulllotl, Krco Miner's Certificate No II Witf, sctinK as intent for
Clara (trace Westfall, anil thusiild Clara Grace
Wesifall. ■ilministn.trix nf the Mute of John
Wesley Westfidl, decased, Km, Miner's Cent
flcate No. IIMMW, intend, sixty days trmii date
hereof, to apply to tho MIiiIiik Hecorder for
Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grants of the above
otatms
And further take notice that action, under
suction R7, must bo commenced before the issu
ance of such Oertlflcate of Improvements.
Dated this ilst day of Oolouer, A.II., 1807.
ftbt rRBU.CUl.UOTT,
To tbe Revelstoke Public
We solicit your patronage
to Revelstoke's FIRST
WHITE LAUNDRY.
Good work and satisfaction guaranteed.
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
J. 0. HUTCHISON, Prop.
SHARES FOR SALE
Bank of British Columbia $110 00
Nicola Coal and Coke    100 00
Columbia Fruit and Land   100 00
Hewitt Mines      5 00
Royal Collieries  25
Prospectuses and particulars concerning any of these Companies on
application.
APPLY  TO
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, Ltd.
MeKenzie Avenue, Revel-tike.
H. W. EDWARDS~
TAXIDERMIST
n.er Heads, Animals, Bulls, Fish, IKK.,
MOUNT KB
Animal  Kufs Mounted.
P O. Bom.
studio:   Corner of Pint St. and Boris An.
Rtwlttok., B. c
System
A special meeting of the city
council was held on Monday night,
with   full    alilei'inaiiic   hoard,   lo
transact general business,
Communications were received
from Lawrence McRae, private secretary to the .premier, wherein he
Htated that the letter received regarding the danger of children
crossing the Columbia bridge on
their way to school and the necessity of borne communication with
tho west side, would receive full
consideration. The mutter originated by a letter from T, McMahon
complaining that the provincial
police had attacked him for not
Sending his children to school, his
plea being that the bridge was not
safe to walk on now. His letter to
the council was referred to the
School Hoard, who sent it to the
premier.    Communication filed,
From T. F. Sinclair re sewerage
contract, stating that he was willing to leave the contract for the
sewers, if let to him, in abeyance,
until the bonds were sold.—Laid
on the table.
From C. J. Pagan, provincial
health otlicer, asking for a report
of the city health department to
turn in to the government at the
opening of the legislature.
The report of Dr. Curtis, city
medical health officer, for nine
months was read and showed a
favorable resume of the state of the
city:
Diphtheria 1 case; cerehro spinal
meningitis 1; measles 5; small pox
1; milk good; vaccination, 168
pupils vaccinated, 104 unvaccin-
ated. The report shows five cases
of cesspool nuisances and urges that
sewers be installed in case a bad
epidemic should occur. A copy of
this report will be sent to Dr.
Fagan.
The by-laws for raising money
by debentures for the city jail and
for paying the Molsons Bank overdraft were reconsidered and finally
passed with the unanimous consent
of the council, and were signed and
sealed.
The question of supplying a flat
rate for 10 lights in the new residence of F. FraEer on the outskirts
of the city's eastern limits was
brought up again, the council
agreeing that they could not establish a precedent in giving a flat
rate to a dwelling nouse, although
they recognized that Mr. Froser had
given them a right of way through
his land for the city pole line. It
was agreed that the council should
give him a consideration in meter
rates, which would benefit both
parties, the details being referred
to the Fire, Water and Light Committee to report.
A resolution was passed fixing
the day for nominatins for Mayor,
Aldermen and School Trustees for
the coming municipal elections on
Monday, January 13, from noon
till 2 p.m., the voting to take place
on Thursday, January 16th, from
9 a.m. till 7 p.m., C.J. Atnan being
appointed returning officer.
The matter of the sewerage contract was referred to, the Mayor
pointing out Mr. Sinclair was willing to leave the contract in abeyance until the bonds were sold and
would help in selling them. It
was too late to go hack now and
unfair to the contractor The council wero elected to do business
while in office and they had every
right to let the contract. They
must act squarely.
The council discussed the feeling
of the city which was strong
against the council letting the contract at the eleventh hour, The
Mayor said sewers were necessary
and if an epidemic broke out it
would be more expensive that the
coBt of a sewerage plant.
Aid. Howson said that he wished
that the public would meet the
council and discuss the question
with them.
W. W. Lefeaux, who was present
as a ratepayer said that the people
were against the letting of the contract now for the whole system,
since so much extra debt would be
incurred. He advocated sewers in
certain parts of the city, but not
where not needed for which people
would have to pay. He asked if
it .'.'as advisable to expend su;li a
large sum of money and incur
more debt.
Mayor Brown said it would cost
the individual citizen more in taxes
to put in sewers in certain sections
ST. PETER'S SUNDAY SCHOOL
Held Their Annual Christmas
Tree and Tea.
Tbe annual Cliristmas tree and entertainment for the St. Peter's Sunday
school was held on Monday nftertionn
and evening in the Selkirk Hall. A
large Christmas tree had been ereettd
near the pUiform and turn, fully deo-
orated with all ni inner of ornaments
and gilts, The chief item on the pro
gramme whs the tea supplied for the
little ones by the parents and members of the congregation and the
youngsters did ample justice to the
many good things prepared for them.
Games ol all sorts were arranged and
the babel of voices that continued
almost unceasingly, showed that the
children were making the most of
their time and enjoying themselves
thoroughly. At intervals VV. H.
Humphreys, who as a children's entertainer can hold his own with anyone, and with that jovial iiauner well
known to all the little ones of the
congregation, gave fine selections >m
the phonograph, the voices and clamor
ol the children being quelled during
tbe rendering of each record. Previous to the distributions uf pre.-cms
Mr. Humphreys kept the children
amused by novel and interesting
games, until Santa Clu.ie (R. (ji rdon)
put in an appearance and proceeded
to distribute the many and pretty
presents from the ChristinaB tree. Mrs,
Procunier wns presetted with :i well
filled purse the gift of tbe congregation. The otTiiir was successful in
every way and reflected great credit on
tbe superintendent, teachers nnd
others who incidentally helped and
provided refreshment. Each child
received something and the little ones
returned li      ut happy.
Changes Hands
The l'Vin'e Ledger says the Vun-
■ ' if ' is nn Iniit'oi' to be edited by
,ir i ins a i.rt" "v, oleitn ni"l Intelligent ritor, from whose edltorlel onl-
uniiis ninny Items have been reprinted
with   Battering  oomraeiit   by   other
j limals, Mr. Johns lilts been succeeded by Mr. R. l'. Pettlpleoe general
western organiser of the international
Typographical Union.
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Crooer
Restaurant ami Furnished Rooms
Meals from 85o, Up,
Second Street, - East End
•
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
NEW MANAGEMENT
Meals at all Hours
Kv rytbing Up-tO-Date
Stewart McDonald, - Mgr
GiiM Restaurant
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J. HARRIS, Manager.
SHANGHAI RH.AIIIUNT
90 MOW & JIM SAM, Profs,
Open Day and
Night
Specinl attention  given  to
Supper ParticB & banquets
Meals, 25o.       Meal Tickets, S5.50
UET   THE IIAUIT
OPPOSITE   Y.  M.   C.   A.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for ?r1o in l;ir;;« or small quantities
at tho liiwu.-t. prices for cosh.
All liodsof building aud plnsteriug
uiulortakeu.
A. PRADOLIM, • REVELSTOKE
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class Clover and Timothy Hay for sale. Also a
kind:  jf Garden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
Front Street,     Revelstoke
E.W.B. PAGET
.lyon,
Christina- uigbt u very successful
Christmas tree party was held in the
sobool bouse here, it being very prettily decorated by tbe following ladies
of the Ciinyon, Mesdames Sandberg,
.Sharps, Carlson, Litva and Peterson,
and n ucb credit is due them for their
untiring efforts in making tbe entertainment such a grand success.
Tbe party opened at 8 p.m. sharp
and began with a concert by some of
tbe children of tbe Canyon aud went
through with such a swing that every
one present commented on tbe way
tbe little ones carried out their partol
the programme. The following children joined iu the singing and recitations: Hilda and Anna Sandberg,
I inea Carlson, Mary Desimone, Flor-
rie and Russ Deleo, Amanda and Uvea
Peterson. Lillie, Belli and Johnnie
Peterson, Olaf and Oscar Peterson,
Cyril Bharpe, Peter Litva and Albert
Sandberg.
After the concert tbe Xmas tree was
moved into the middle of the floor,
and Santa Claus arrived on tbe scene
to distribute the presents. When he
had got through with this the children
enjoyed themselves playing games ol
all sorts until II-..'ID in the morning,
when the party broke up and everyone
wended their way to their respective
homes.
We mint here give a vote of thanks
to Mrs. Carlson for the splendid three-
tier Christmas cake that she made lor
the occasion.
Express
D raying
Storage
All Kinds of Light  and  H iavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, 1IAXOS, ETC
Dea      iu Wood,  Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
FEED FOR SALE
I have choice
upland prairie hay
and Timothy, also
oats, wheat and
feed to offer in car
load lots.
Delivered prices
given  on   request.
ADDRESS
D. C. HOFFMAN
CALQARY,  Alt*.
i;l-   ._. ' ,§J
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
PROCLAMATION
Pabllo DOUot If li«robv glTAB ui the ottetofi
n( tin. Municipality of RoTwttOIS, tint*. 1 re-
mlro tliu uroMjiicu of liiu Mid olm-.ur-. .a tliy
Otlf Olork'iotllco, city Mull, UoKia&ila Arenas.
in itm Mini uiij', on liiu nut iiny >>f January.
L9Qtti at L. q'qIoqIi noon, for ilio porpOM Ot
nlei'ting iM.r-.on~> to roiiroionl tbutn la Iho muni-
rip.il council ii.i Mayor ttiut A Minium, and «!*•->
lur ilio intrpo-.,. of electing iwubvtiool VruMsoa.
The mod a of Domination of oandidatai thai)
DA 01 follow.-*:
Tliflci.udidi.lt..-. ibaU bu nuiuiualud in writing]
tiif writing inall bo lubaorlbad by twu raten uj
tiit. iiiumripiility an proposal nud -«cnnlor, aud
-dii.il bu tiolmmid to tliu t.etiiriiiiig Ultircr ut
any time butwmm llift datu pi Hii-. nuticu ami '£
p in. of tbo  day of ll.o Humiliation; and lu tlifl
incut of H imiIi boiug neoeesarf lunh poll will w-
opunod on I'lnir-iay Hie Imii day January, tWH,
iutno City Clurk'n offlOfl in tbo ( ity of Hovel-
slake, and kept opmi butwnon tbo hour uf uino
o'clock in tbo forenoon and the hoar of tarea
o'clock in tbu afleruuon, for taking and recording tbe votus of ibe elooton Of tbu said Ultr, ut
whu'h ovory perton i> boroby rftjuired to lake
notice and govern him^ulf accordingly.
Tiio.inH-ons <iualitled to bo ooinmiiied for and
oloctod a.s Mayor hball be such persona as are
malo British Mubjoci.-i of tbo full age of twouty-
one years aud are uot aisbnalified under e&f
law, an.l have boeu for me six mouths uexi
prw-oding the day uf uouiinuiioii the registered
owner in tbe Laud Registry Office of laud or
real properly iu ibe city uf tho assessed value
ou tho lust municipal Assessment Kol uf (),.»•
t in mi -itml Dollar:- or more over and above any
rogiraurotl Judgment or charge, aud who are
Otherwise duly qualified as municipal voter-*.
Tbo porniiis uuuliliod to be nominated for
..in! elet lud as Aidunnoi. shull bo >u, li persons
as aro malo British subjects of the fullugouf
iwouty-oiio yoars uud uronot disijuulitiod uuder
any law, and havo heeu fur tho six mouths next
proendiug tho day of noiniuuli<m the registerod
owner in tho Laud Registry oibco, of land or
real property In tho city of the assossod value,
on the last municipal Assessment Roll, of Five
Hundred Dollars or mure over aud above any
registered judgim<ut or charge, uud whuare
Otherwise iiualified as municipal voters.
Tho persons qualified to bo nominated for and
elected us School Trustees shall i>o such persons
as are householders and being British subjects
of tho full ageol twenty-one yours and otherwise qualified to rote at an eloi'iiou ul Behool
Trustees.
Every candidate nominated shall signify by
B writing accompanying the nomination paper,
his consent lo such nomination, excitpt iu caso
Huoh person bo absent rrom the municipality
when such absouco shull bo stated In the nomination paper.
Bvery candidate nominated for mayor or
alderman shall, on or before the hour of two
p.m. of tueday of nomination, furnish the He-
turning Ollicor with a statement in writing,
bpecliyiug the laud or ruul   property   upon
winch he --uuliliua.
Given under my hand at Rerelstoke this 2nd
day of January, 1908.
CHAS. J. AMAN,
Returning OhVer.
CORPORATION |0F THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
0 f\  II  !T    MAn-lV,   DOCTOR   nr
; i j i Stl     I    "'"'"   ;.   "u'jri1 "" »
II Mil I thinji" lli,>„,i».«i,B«ry
■»"  V  ■ I       I      v,i,.u „ t,t,ni    j uii   „i
"''!ash.liv*hts on Human Nature"
• «u healtbiC le-i*..', lore-1   .ni'/i »uu ,... ■ i... go
1 >-:-- w ut you a ask > doctor, uui uuu . ukv to
-i , igpfi.luusirated.t9t JUM uui buditruuuue
it wo sand one only Ut any aduiL lor ponu^e,
10 ecu la,
M    HILL. PUB. CO.
119 tiiht 2UtH otni.it, NtW YORK.
NOTIGE
Uevolstct Land plstrioti
District of SS dai &v 'Uiiidy.
Take notice that 1, It. M riinylho, merchant,
60 days after dalo luiumi to api'iy lo Iho chief
' .i.■!■!.. ■ ;.>!.«*' of Lund.-, aud Works fur per-
mis.-.iun to purcba-u iho fullowiug described
lands)
Commencing at a punt planted 40 ohaiui
north of tho -liiu. »• i corner of timber limit
(Olii and marked "H. M. Bmyihe'a liorth-west
c.iruer post, theuce east BU chains, thence
•OUth Ni chains, theuce west SU chains, ti.ouce
north SO chtiiu-i u> point of commencuoieul,
OontalnlngMO aoren mure or less.
11tiled Uit. Jnih, iWi,
KM   SMYTHE,
Per W. A. "imytho, Agent.
" NOTICE.
llovelstoke Laud District-
District of West Ki»oteuay.
Take notice mm 1, \V. a. Houv . looomoliTa
tlroiniii., u<> days allor date miuud U> apply to
the t hief t omulaaiuneroi Lauti and Auras fur
permission tu t'urcuasu tne lullowmg deaoribed
lauds:
( oiumouciug at a pout planted about | mile
norm of tne south-east corner of UniUor ton it
•OlD and marked "W. A. Heavo's ouuth-east
corner POSU tneuce nurih *u chains, ibum e
wo-t 8U chains, thenca south SO chains, theuca
Hat "4icii.mis to point of cummeuceuient, cod*
laming i-t" acres more or less.
Dated (Jet. 86th, lw7.
W. A. RKAVO,
Per W  A. Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE.
Kevebitoke Land District.
District of West Kuoionay.
lake notice that .-.ubvri Armntreug, ef Ar-
rownuad, it. C.i occupation Miuer, intends
to apply lur a special timber licence over the
lollowiug described laud;
i uiuiuenriug at a post planted sbout lUOyds.
n.inn ui post inartt-d N, V>. a.?jc«. aud marked
"Jtobeft .^ruihiroutj's 8.W. comer post," tneuca
<)j -'.alio u   nn. ou chains eaBl.ao ehains noulh,
fSJ r-a«iua west tu point.*J cuiuiiieuctiiittui.
Dated inia iuth day of .Nuv., Iftfl
bat uov 23 KuHtKI AttMBTROnO.
NOTICE
Hovel itoke uuuX UUUloL
I'i-u.iiuf VVe».i Kootenay,
Take uaiiico that w - tne Lamb-W'stson Lumber Company*, Limited,ol Anownead, H. C-,
occupuiion Lumbermen, intend to apply for
pormissiun to io*i,-.e ine (uiiowiug described
luresUoro, buiug part ol tue lorushureul (ialeua
bay, for loggiug pur puses i
Lommenotng at a i*uat ,-cribod "Lamb-Watwju
Lumber (Jo. ulaniwl at tne 8. W. corner of
L.»t MUI, iheuco Buuthwesterly loilowiug Uigh-
Wdtur murk, a uislautuol llochaius.
Dated una Butn day oi October, iwT.
Lamb-Watsun Llmui.i, io., Ltd.,
Juu lo'us By u. ii. N. Wilfcie, Agent.
NuTlliE
Tho ('ity Council invites applications for
position of City Clerk, with whw-b will be
associated tho offices of City Treasurer, Assessor and Colleotor. Applicants to state salaiy
requtredi and forward reforeuces with their
app icuiioos, which should reach the under*
.-.iguod by -J.witiaey 20<h, leOti.
Revelstoko, B.C., Lee. 2lsr, 1901.
H   F' 0\D.
td City Clerk.
JS0T1CE7
Revelstoke i***u i Disvnev.
DiatriVt ul  " est Aoolrliay.
i'aku   notice   that   1,   J  Dougal of   Nakusp,
ipi tin, iiiLeud io apply lor i«»aussiun to pur-
nu-o th l iolloAiug tiv-i"   i>i.'J lauds:
CommeuOing at  a   post plantod al the N". W.
tiruor of Lot No. ,JU4, ruuutug Miuth ^u chains,
.nence west 80 chains, theuce nortntO chains,
theuce oust ~>i ■ h...a. u. ,- -.Li. of cummeuceuient
Dutod Doc. Vjib. 1<MJ7.
JCLIC'S DOt'GAL,
jun 4 sat D. Dewar, Agent.
H<  Vt 1-tnki:  I.Ui'l   UlnCllcU
Ui.-iricti.il rt e*,L Kouleiiay.
lake notice tlm   1, Alex. McKac, potftniaster,
Kevei.-loke, lit,, uiicud, ;*u  days alier tlale, to
appty to ihe Cniai Uomiulasionor of Dandsaiid
»\urks lor periui-i-.iou uj cot and carry away
UmbeX from ihe toliowing deM-rihcd lauds:
L Oumiueucing aL a post planted at the K
\V. corner ui ixeuun 17. 1'owuatup 4 Big liuud
DmiricU marked "Alex. .Mt H.ies uurth-we-jt
uoruer. aud covering isuuUbjuneriy helu uuiier
liuioer LiCint* .So y.04, Uieuce soutn euciiaiun,
theuooe-UM au < im.n., in. nee norm DU chains,
Uieiice westSO chsuus W point ul uoiiioieuoe-
uient, coBUuuingo-voacroH uiure ur le-»a.
2. t ouiuieucing ai a post planted al tho b.
w, corner ui -x-cliou io, Township I, Big Beud
iXutnotj uuurkud MAiexa alcxvae's suuUi-tvest
curnur, said, covering Uuda Cormerly bekt un-
uer limber Licesiea No y;w, thenoe uurui so
umuue, tneuce ea>si oO cha.ua, tnence boulii r-f
iiia.n-.  Lhttooe  fteei 00 ciia.un to point ul com-
UieUceMleUl, coiilaiiolig Ul" ac. cr inure or lo.-a,
4. Comnieuciug ni a po-it planted at Ibe a.K
coiner ol becliou IU, luvtit^tup i. Big Bend
IJ.aLriCt, Iliarkod "Alex, MciUM-'a auutn-va-it
corner,' aud covering landa lurnieriy uvia uudtu*
i.inoer Lacenoe No.  y< 6,    Umucm nur^n e0
louuuS, theuce wcut BU cUalUs. t,uuuue -*uulb *)
ubumSi UtttOOe ua4»i ou cuoiUo to puiuL ui ooui-
...... din ni, con.a.iiiug Mn ocrvouiuie or luas,
i     . oiiiiiicucing at a jyoai planted at tiic A.Z,
-■     ■    Of    £-*-CUuU    aV      iuMuAU.p   1, Dig   Uutid
>ii   . OU   maraud,   "Alii    jutuoco •o-i.o c»,-t
—   .," aim covering loud* luriuudji   uciu un-
*   . unbtif Liutuce   .\ij.   tfio-i, tuvuiti   oujtlioy
-"ttHi*- Uieiice v*eet   ou  ci.a.u», .uiui« ouiiui af
u   uii-s Ihence ea^t, bo cimuu* ui »>o.o. ul .urn
iilenccUieuL, tuii.atii.,,^ vtru obi,.- uiurc or .o»a, /
o. Oommencuig »i a ,.u>, iMauuai at, u > f
corner ui bocUun  i •.,   *.vt*..u»u.|i i. b.-i tkuo
lluincl,    UUU MMl      '.ilt A.      .-.   ,,uv*     uut   ii i„(H
COttiCr,      .iHliii   uU'j„,    OU    tfUcftl    >,  lUiUw   rtv-l. O-'
OUBAUe, UlOuUO   Uuuu   o     ■•!, ■>■ iTi ..i   i.vv-   eoai, o0
llillil..'    lO   pUl^t       Ul.        ..Uiulill.Uvt.lll\>l.l    LUI.t<Mlilli|{
Olv ocie-i mule ui ac-*.
Dated Movember ikiij, ii>>;.
AL.I-.A. .raoitAB,
wed dec i Per .>. 1. cm « ^rds, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoko Laud DlstriOl.
DiMtncL oi' West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, D. Dcwar, of Ariowhead,
cruiser, intend to apply fur permiss-iun topur-
cbaio tho following described land.-;
(.onimeucing at tho S.B. corner of I^ot No
7t-t.v ruuning uurtb 40 chains, thoncu ea-t 160
chains, theuce sooth 40 chain* thenoe vt est 160
chains to i>oiul of commencouiout.
^nted Dec  4th, 1907.
Bat jan 4    D. DBWAB.
NOTICE
RavtlstokQ Land DUulet,
District Ol V.uat Ko.tlenav.
Notice is berety given that thirty
days in,in tlte date hereof I Intend to
apply t" the Chief Commissioner of
I aods and Works for permission to
,:ut and curry away timber iroui the
following described land:
Commencing at a post planted nn
the north sitlr „t ihe N. E. Ann i,f
Upper Allow Like at the M. E. L'. L.
.--LIU. (i. 1., unit itiaikiti H. Smith's
B, Ji. C," Thence west half a mile,
thence iiiui.h one mile, thence eiust
one balfmile, more or lew. tu lake
shore, theuce along lakenhoie tu point
ul' commencement.
H. SMITH,
Per H. C. Hall. Agent.
Dated Dec. 19th, 1907.
WANTED
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAK1NO.-
Up-Btairs orer O. H. Block's
rusldeoce, Fourth, Street, by Mibb C.
Leibolu.
TO LET—Room or room and hoard
for one or two gentlemen. All conveniences, telephone, etc. Apply to
Mail-Hbkai.ij office.
WANTED-Men   and   Women   to
learn barber trade, wages earned   while   learning,    catalogue     free.
Write MolerBaiber College, 806 Oar-
rail St., VancBUVcr, B, C.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought,
Cash Prices Palo
P.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
WANTED— Dressmaking hjr the
day, by a competent Dressmaker from the East. Apply to P. O.
Box 914. sat dec 7
WANTED-Rooms to Rent,
rurnished.     Apply   to
Tapping.
p-.it ly
Hobt.
WANTED — Dressmaking,    skirii-
preferred,   by  Miss Jones, coiner nf MeKenzie avenue and Fifth Si
WANTED— Experienced Accnnut-
ant desires eiiher petmanenl
position or work by the day po.ting up
iccounts.—Address, Accountant, P. 0
Box 014.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land UiMriut.
DuUiolOl  Koou-ua>.
lake nouce thai l, jjhn Albert Kirk, of Rot-
eletOktti i*.^. occupation H. L'. La., i --urtt-yu ,
intend lo apply lor permission lu pur^u*** too
folio Vrii«g oeeoribed landj
Commencing at a po*»t planted abbttt forty-
tl ve M) chaiiiH north of the north ea.it aimer of
l^ot hi'i thuu-iauc (our b ndred and fourteen
(M14J, ciroup one {ly, thence WOBt mxty (tiu
chains; thence touih forty flv f.4i) cbatn-i;
thence east sixty (00) chains, thence north forty-
five Hi! cbi'.iia L« point ol coLunicucemeiit.
Dated ^th November, i;*j7.
•ved dec 4
JOHN' ALBERT KIRK.
NOTICE
KeveUtoko Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
lake notice that L F, h. GutTey, mine man-
acer.OOdays afterdate intend toapplytothe
Chief t utuinljj-iunor u! Laud- and Work** for
permission to purchase the following described
laud:;:
Commencing at a i-o,i plautexl iO cbaini
norih of the aoutu-oast corner of timber limit
7tilt)and marked "F. H. Uutley's north-east
corner post," theuce south (to chain-, thence
we'steu c . i.i. t.-oi). -1 i,i,nli .-v chaimi, thence
Bast 80chains to point of commeucemeut, con*
taiuiuK MO acre^ n.ore or less.
Dated Oct, 80th. 1W7.
F. H. OUTFIT.
Per W. A. Btnythe, Agent.
in the County Court of West Kootenay, holdan
ai KoveUuike,
In the matter of Joseph Dolan, deceaaed,
and
In the matter of tbe Administrators' Act,
TAKr. NUTICK, that by an Order of Hii
H<>iior J, A. Foriu, made the 13th day of Octo-
oer, W,, I was appuiuted Administrator of
Joseph Dtdan, deceaned, and all parlies baring
claims against tbe said Kstate are hereby required to furnish same properly verified to me,
on or before tbe Slat day of January, IWS.
All ponies Indebted to the said asiate are
required to pay tbe amount of indebtedness to
roe before tbe Vlst of January, iwe.
Dec. Uth   1907.
FRED FRAJBEfi,
dec II 4t        Administrator.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice that I, W. a. Smith, afent, SO
days after date inteud to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands ana Works for permission to purchase the following described
lands;
( ommeucinK at a post planted about H mile
north of south-east corner of timber Unit 7016.
and marked "W A. Hmythe'i B.W. corner post,
thence north 80 chains, thaute east 10 obelus
thence • outh so chains, thenoe west 10 chains to
point of commencement, con tain Usg 940 acres
mure or less.
Dated Oct. 26th, 1907.
W. A. HUTTHB.
NOTICE
Rerolsloke l-and District.
District of W'eat Kootenay.
TAKB NOTICE that George MeCarter, of
Rurei-toke, H C, Ageut, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands :
Commend tig at a pott jl anted at the north*
east corner of Lot titM, in Group One, Kootenay
Dtsirlrt; th-nce wast 11,(.19 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence west 10 chains; theuce
north 90 chains, theuce east UM9 chains more
or less to the west bank of the Columbia Hirer j
then'-efollowiug the west bank of the Coluni-
bia Rirer Miutberly to tbe point of commence*
meat, containing 91 acres, more or leas.
GBORGE McCARTER.
Dated Noreaaber 1st., 1907. Not. 9
\ THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
A$$rl^.$^$i$.3)itir$ji j
% To Our Many Customers %'
$       and Friends:       T
^i, WE WISH yOU a HAPPY &
«*»       AND PB0SPER0U8 tF
Y NEW   YEAR f
$ Canada Drag & Book Co. e
+$♦ LIMITED. t|t
X ,;      BLSTOKI     B  I &
'■-f <ys;-;wpif^";
Married
r> " i — On Tut sday,
Dec -''■ 1907, .it Coi ur d'Alene
[dahi Ada B. McConnell, eldest
daughter ■•( Mr?. W, Williamson "f
Bi u Creek B.C . to William ,1.
Dookery of Co. or d'Alene,
Keay.- \Vtii,i>! i v—At Knox Church
on Wednesday, January 1ft, 1008,
by the Eev. J. B. Robertson, B.D.,
Howard Keaya to Charlotte May
Woodley, both   1 Revelstoke.
Local and General.
The schools will r pen on Monday,
.1 tnuary 8th.
Don't forget the; fancy dress carnival
..t the rink Tuesday night, Wind in
attendance
The rink has been drawing large
crowds nightly, the ice being in good
-hape in Bl ite ol the thaw.
We learn from i utside advices that
the C. F. R. shop employees  at  Winnipeg have been graated a 10 pel cent
increase.
John .Sutherland has been taken to
the New Westminster Asylum by the
Chief of Police, his conduct of late
heiDg such A-. to warrant his detention
The late Judge William J. Nelson,
one ol the best known men of the
Kootenays, for years city solicitor ami
p'lice magistrate of RosBland, who
died recently there, has been buried at
Victoria.
The Knox church congregation have
presented .Mr. and Mrs J. It  Robert
-on with  a purse containing $60 as a
mark "f their appreciation and esteem
for their popular minister.
The   Dominion   Government    has
appointed J R. Brown, of Summer-
land, to act as a special emigration
agent in Great Britain, with the object of placing the attractions and
advantages of the nkanagan district
before the British public.
The 'Appy 'Ome has moved its headquarters to a home across the Avenue,
and is now installed in the tine house
belonging to W, W. I.efeaux adjoining
the new store.
H. Laughead has the contract of
moviDg the Imperial Oil Co's. oil
house and doing the improvements,
but owing to the amount ol oil in the
bui'ding at prestnt the contract is
held over until spring.
W. It. Trotter, who waB fraternal
li negate at the American Federation
oi Labor Convention, representing the
Canadian workingmen, has 1-ft for
Eneland. where he is to lecture before
the labor unions, and the artisan class
of England.
A special Christmas service was held
in Knox church on Sunday evening last, a large congregation being
. esent. Special music and singing
was rendered. A plate collection ol
$120 was taken in aid of the Presby.
'.-risn Mission of Canada, at the service.
We learn that an improved passenger service will be inaugurated by the
C. P. li. next summer which will
eclipse all previous efforts to accommodate the travelling public. The
triple daily service, the first in the
:.-.-•■ :y I the western section of the
r ad will commence about June 1st.
We a.ck:. .      ' ith   thanks   the
gift ol a box of cigars, with the c
i :     :■-   ['the season f   •■   I
.1-1.. r-   :' ■ be v. • -' '■ srd Hoi  >•! ig>
of Vancouver    Wi  .-. i   «   tmokii g
•   then ' in   Ite tbi n
goei      it       .-   ■ •  I      is he*   loi
future lUCC - ■       I pi  -|■•   it/ thi
tbi -eai 1908
Spend   »       ly   time with the mas-
eraden  at the  rink '1 ui -day night.
EATON HURLBUT
Kin, Note Papers foi acknowledging  «'it'-.    ll"i   Pressed   Vellt	
Berksl  Linen,  Highland Linen
Hmi'l, Kara Linen, etc,
Walter Bew w
Druggist *v Stationbk
,-||     LAYING  IN A SUPPLY
FROM  ! !' !.'■   ' > ilV; i.
■,a|^wj V'\
of our grocorles li^hi now is
ubout as sure a way of saving
money as we know. Prices IU'0
vising, especially for high grade
groceries like, iiiii'B. 8 i buy while
we ran s'ill supply you 111 our
old low prices. Then when tho
raise does cotuu you ran count
the, Increase as so much you
uive s.ivril by buying how.
■iv   hi!   ni   11-.i.i-  w,'   use  has |
l n carefully chosen,   tinlv t In- .. ,,
best of everylh.nglagood enough      { IftlTO
to go into the bread, fake-, pies,      '   » .....   | iVi    , .:,   (   M
 '"""   lifew   iviff
'■■--.
iinilei ials were as pure anil high
I grade as ours,  there would ho
need of n Pure Pood Law,    Try
in- baking for n change and ii
rest,
■ „'     '
HO'BSOJV   C£L    'BELL
MAKE ANY MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY
^•^W^-T^lasa
REAL ESTATE,
Accident;
INSURANCE: -Fire,  Life11d
MONEY TO LOAN    '
KlNCAID     «Si,    AN DIOR SON
s. FIRST   STREET
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r
«.i>SVp:
James O'Brien has made a complete
confession of murder of Arthur Le-
claire, the Great Northern fireman at
tiretua, .Man. The sixteen year old
slayer dually gave out the details ol
ma crime to ,1. 0. Crawford, a Pinker-
ton detective, who has been working
ou the case.
The members of No. 5 Compauy
Rocky Mountein Bangers gave adance
in the Drill Hall on New Year's Evo.,
a large number of guests being present.
The hall was appropriately decorated.
On the stroke ol midnight the Old
Year was danced out and the New
Year u.hered in.
The results of the midwinter High
School entrance examinations, which
are now announced, are ou the whole
very satisfactory to the deparsii cut.
The highest murks that could be obtained were 1.1UJ aud 5u0 were required for a minimum. In the Kevelstoke centre one candidate was scut
up aud passed. At Arrowhead John
VYhitebread with 679 was above the
average.
The last issue of the B. C. Gazette
announces thefollowingappointments
W. J. Parham of Sandon and HA.
McCarthy of Cnmaplix to be Justices
of the Peace in and for the province
of B. C. G. 11. Barnard, R, T. Elliott
of Victoria. R, L. Reid, A. D. Tayloi
of Vancouver, aud J. A. Harvey ol
Cranbrook, have been appointed His
Majesty's counsels learned iu law.
Work was resumed on Thursday in
the C. P. K shops, considerable   work
having accumulated during the recent
.-hutting   down.      About
number ol hands are employed
company are installing n   ni v   engine
and boiler of inon ased capacity      Che
locomotive which (ell over tne "fill" at
Rogers   Pass  recently   at   the   work
being   carried   on   by   McDonnel   4
1 •/. iwski,     and    which     ^ is
il imaged, is again as good as new and
It .iv, - the shops this week.
Handsome prizes for the best fancy
costumes at the rink Tuesday night.
Smtl for our descriptive catalogue
ol nursery Btock,     Address—The Kiv-
i- de Nurseries. Grand Forks, li. C.
II. Tapping and Ed. Trimble have
expressed their Intention of offering
themselves as candidates for the
mayoralty l his year.
The next league basket bull game
comes off next Wednesday night. This
will be woiih seeing Offices and
Shops vs. Shamrocks.
tin band nights the rink management will charge "Jof. admission for all
children, and those under II must be
accompanied by their parents.
Nomination day for municipal elections is fixed for Monday, January Pi.
from noon to 2 p.m., elections to take
place on Thursday, Jan. 16, from 0
a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday gathering for men in the By, I
V M (' A from I too.   The Rev  \V U
Caldor will make the address tomorrow
This is usually an interesting meeting
and ill men are welcomed to it.
A   largely   signed   requisition   was
presented yeBtecday to C V Lindmark
ask ing him to  accept  nomin ttit
mayor in the  forthcoming   municipal
elections. Mr Lindmark has i -pressed
ntention  ol offerii
candidal
I- ;- announci 1 thai
\1 narch mine near
whirl, ■       idian
and Smelting Co  has     id
I if . »er a in .[,t:i. has been etcd
The shipment ol
.
■   i
n
An alarm of lire was turned in fiom
box No, ,ri to No -1 Kiie Hall on Tuesday afternoon at 1:80, the hrlgadt
turning out In quick time. The a am
name Irom tho residence ol Mr, ami
Mis, Buck, mi Mackenzie avenue,
where one of the oocupuits of tin
house had entered a clothes closet
with a lighted candle and set lire t
sonic clothing, considerable damagi
being done to the contents of tin
Inset by fire and water No water
was turned on by the brigade and th
blaze was quickly extinguished
Social and Personal
[Tho r.litor wi.-lh, U, make ilii- oulumn ai
i',,iii|i!t,0'a - pos Iblo nix! In llii- olid ■ ***,
l-U'Opornllou of our nntny pHtruus niitl -nli-
Oriuora, for mil it'n.. til s,,i'iii I ! unci iuiis tin, I lint
iiiovoinuiita ol sooioty in uouural As u Is
impuaalblQ tor as to uttourj every eveut in town
wo would inucli appreoitito nny loport ..r uotloo
ni loolal nilnits tin|,|innint,' in ilm oity.j
Mrs. Bruudrett and daughters ol
Vancouver, are the guests ol Mrs. P.
Hooley.
Miss Florenoe Eraser spent, Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Knd KrastT.
,1. MoMartin who has been spending
the holidays on the Coast, has re-
Uniud to the city.
Charlie Proounier has beu.i confined
to the bouse with a bad attack of
sciatica, but is now about again.
Miss White, the newly appointed
matron of the hospital, entered upon
her duties on New Year's Day.
Miss Frame, of Alberta, has been
appointed teacher ul the public school,
vice Miss Mansim resigned.
W. Tomlinson, C.l'.b. engineer at
Notch Hill, is spending Christmas
and Ni w Yeur holidays at bis home m
thn ciiy.    .  '
The Merry-go-round Whist Club met
on Thursday evening at Mrs T W
Bradshaw's, where an enjoy utile time
was spent,
.Miss Nesbitt, late matron of the
hospital left yesterday morning for
New Y'oik where rhc will take up
nursing dulics.
Miss Prances Paget, who has been
spending Christinas aud New Year itt
her home here, returns to-morrow to
the Vancouver Normal School.
Miss prances Paget was successful
in gaining her second class teacher's
certificate fiom the Vaucpuver Normal school in the recent examination,
Mr. and Mrs Lionel T.Morris and
r, Aitkius, ol Notch Hi.I, who Imvi
been the guests oi Mr. and Mrs. il
Cunningham Morris, fur Xmas and
New Year return home this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Robertson gave
a very enj tyable evening on Tuesday
to the young people of the Knox
church, the New Year being duly
ushered in with many congratulations
and rejoicing.
Miss Maslen gave a peasant New
Y'ear party to a number of her friends
at her residence, Kirst Street, on Wednesday night. Cards and dancing
were the chief amusements oi the
evening. A dainty repast was served
by the hostess and those present expressed themselves us having spent a
most enjoyable time.
IS HE THE   REV. D. A. DAY?
An Impostor Gathers Funds for
Armenians in California.
A gooil many will remember liev.
ir A. Ii.iy, the hypocritical lellow who
swindled British Columbiana out ol
H>2O,J00 by pretending to lurniah them
with Armenian orphans, whose Christian parents hud been indiscriminately
slaughtered by infidel Turks. Mr,
Day rambled from one end of the
province to the other seeking victims
and dollars, ami then he loured Alberta for a time, It is said that before
he came here he played similar games
in the .States. A number oi Bevel;
sinkers will remember, hi in with considerable re-1el. Day llul to Asia,
where ho bus since lived like a lord on
his ill-gotten gains. Advices Irom the
coast are that an impostor is collecting money in California ou a plan
similar to that followed by Rev. Day,
and the impression pievalls at New
Westminster that he may ho Day
himself. Rev, Dr. Sipprell has gone
to California, and il it is Day he will
c.use his arrest. Tin ro n'o warrants
out at several pliioei in this province
lor Day, and Iho ulllcura, of the law
would like very much to lay their
hands ou him.
w
Instantaneous Death
Three muckers, named Maretli, .).
Dully and Paulo, were blown up and
killed in an accidental explosion of
dynamite in McDonnell & Gzmvski's
grading contract, near Field, early
this week. The explosion was due to
stray pieces of gelignite that had got
mixed with dirt on the grade. Several
nangs who were working in the
vicinity, had narrow escapes from
Hying pieces of rock which were hurled
in nil directions,
Business Locals
Nothing bottor than Our "Snocial.
Pure honey from Ontario iu 51b tins,
quart sealers, I lb aud half-pound jars
at O. B. 11 nine .V Go's.
Revelstoke Cigars—Union MaUe Our
Spocial, The Union, and Marca Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Have you tried o o'clock tea, guaranteed a pine Ceylon nnd only .">ilc per lb
at U 11 11 lime ,V Co's.
For mackerel, halibut, kippered herring and all other smoked or salt fish
try C U Hume & Co.
Now is the season for using canned
fruit, our advice would be to use tbe
Tartan brand, sold only by 0. B.
11 nine tfc I'm.
Weather Forecast
Saturday, January 4th for 21 hours
—Cloudy with snow, not much change
Temp mux 10: inin 88
NO. 129
No. 129
FOR THAT COUGH
lias proved itse I to he excellent Jor Coughs and Colds
— asily taken and splendid  tor   Children.    Foi   Sale   only
/
RED CROSS DRUG  STORE
rercriptions  Accurately  and Quickly Compounded.
jj-w.'.'/f ri',v",',wT
smw*
RESOLVED
that jnow is not the
omlY thing that falls
^! this time of the year,-
t'^OUR prices are COMING
Down on some of our.
f"VF.RV BEST VALUES. WE
M£ 'dont wan^any left
Rovers
Ii XBUST1^
TrVOLflWl
HoimhidJ
MlftHt .-»•*- •v tuiiuinniiDwN ct». ch
^r-. €>»7£z~/A
BwtTWe-
YES, OUR PRICED HAVE FALLEN IN WHAT
WE HAVE LEFT OF THE REGULAR LINE OF
WINTER GOOD.S. IT 1.5 IMP0.5.SI&LE TO &UY
EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO .5ELL AND
NO MORE. WHAT WE HAVE LEFT OF OUR
WINTER GOOD.S WE .SHALL .SELL AT MONEY
.SAVING PRICED.
FANNELETTE UNDERWEAR 1.5 A NECE.S.5ITY AT
THI.5 ^EA^ON. WE HAVE GoWN.5. ^KIRT^ AND
DRAWERS FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN MADE
OF THE 5E.ST FLANNELETTE, IN THE BE.5T WAY
AND .SELLING AT A PRICE TOO LOW FOR THE
QUALITY, 5UT WEMU.5T MoVETHEM QUICKLY.
HOSIERY-WE HAVE A LINE OF GOOD WOOL
HOSIERY, .51ZE.S 6 TO 9 1-2. THEY ARE PURE
WOOL, RIBBED AND WELL KNIT, AND .SOLD
FROM 25C. TO 40C.  NOW ONE PRICE,     --25C.
WARM SUPPERS-ALL .SIZE.5. REGULAR ONE
DOLLAR AND 1.25. NOW ONLY 75C, A PAIR.
CHILDREN'^ HoU^E ^LIPPER^ ONLY 40C.   PER
BLANKETS, COMFORTERS—Are now a necessity, and if you
need any now is your opportunity. W«' arc offering a big cut on all our
stock of these goods.    Here is where your money goes n Ion? way.
McLENNAN'S
MACKENZIE AVENUE _
tfl. »
Churches.
Catholic—Rev. Father R. l'ecoul
O.M.I., pastor, riervicesevery Sunday
at the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mass; 10:HO a.m. High > ass
and 8ermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
St. Anhkew's Pkkshytkhun—Rev.
W. C.Carder, pastor. Sunday, Jan. 5.
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 pin, Sumhiy
School and Pastor's Bible Class, 2.30
p.m., morning subject, "The Gospel
Acciding to John," evening subject,
•Having done all to Stand." Young
People's meeting Monday at 8 p. IU.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. in-
Choir practice and teachers' meeting
Friday 8 p.m.
St. PETGB'B Anoi.ican—Rev. C. A.
Proeunler, M A., rector. 2nd Sunday
alter Christmas, Following is B list of
s rvices:    8  a.m.   Holy   Communion.
11 a.m. matins and Holy Communion,
Dress Goods
II  ." I .'     I fill- #1
mammmmmK~**tmmmwn m
All Wool Venetians
Regular Price *1 25, now
Broad Cloth
Import^ d]   l'-v;!' i'i|!
■ I .
Dress Patterns
82.1 ■
Furs! Furs
One only, I-jiIipIIh  Pur Set,     I!. ....  , Pi it e
Now 810 no
One "iiiy Canadian Mink Boa.     Ilegnlitr Price 810
now  827.1 0,
I: i     in Mink linn   and    tu    i,  one only, Hon, 815,
Il   it .-l11: 'in.', i;l.  him,     '.. now .-',l.i: leu-onl'
818, now 810; one only, Hlole,   820, now 812;   i	
"Illy, Mole.    s||l|, nun   .    ,
Comforts, Blankets
• . .  ■ nt 0 ■   i'
Ladies Skirts glumes
line Loi inging from  81
•    . . ul M  |,i i..
Panama and   Venetian  Skirts.   Tin ■■ are
is ii      lust to hand li lOdays,    We are
• •I-.-   i. duced  pi li '•-  I"
I
i:. .■    ai   Pi ice
822 SO, nov, |1 ! ('i
,1    ,s-
Misses Underwear
-I : >       BAch<
Hrtlo
Men's Overcoats
,  ;• ,,, ■    -  <i   (tegular  Pi Ii        Ul
now   ■
Boys' Overcoats
i ii    irid If- - I'l'i -   -.'   FTrtlf IV
mmwm ■  mwwwfiw, -**-w»-r -**-■» *
Men's Odd Pants
Heavy Tweed al $1.2.',.   Bxtra HoavyTw I. lleg.
Price $8.00, now $2.2T>.
Men's Suits
Kxiiii   good  value, 812,   now  90,00)   Fine Black
Serge, 810.00, now (10.60,
Boys Norfolk Suits
Hrgular PHce, 8B.00| now $:(.ih».   Hoys' Odd Panti
-il .Vie.   pi r  pilh'.
Heavy Sox for Men
Ml    W'i.oI.     five   Pails    lor    $1,00.    Men's   Black
i , ion i. St,\   ii puis (or $1,00,
Men's Underwear
\i,,i   Hoavj Fleeced Unod Underwear at 60 Cents
i    li 111t.nl.
Men    K-.it'i   ll'-'nv All  Wool Underwear,   Bale
l'.   i  t..,. I'm •< ti mo ni.
This !s a Clearing Sale All Over tho Store. No Reserve. Goods at Your Own Price.
CALL    EARLY   TO   G/£T   THE    BE 5T    BARGAINS.
Bargain
Sale
REID   &   YOUNG
Bargain
Sale
OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
KOflDAY, JANUARY J 3TH
Kknkst  SiiiI'm.\n
AMI   \VM.   (i.   Clll.VlN
I'lesenl
The original La Shelle  pi-otluc-
lion of
'THE BONNIE
SBRIER BUSH"
IAN MACLABEN'S BEAUTIFUL HEART
STORY OF AULD 800TLANO
No table Casl of Twenty I'lny-
yeis, Male Quartette, Pipers, &c
Special feat lire
MISS MAGGIE McCANN
The Queon nf Scottish Song
Reserved
Seals     .,
$1.50,-$1.00
Qenoral Admission, 76c
Seal Sale opens oil January (Il li
ai Cauada Drug and Hook Co.
Gray's Blood Mixture
Sure cure for Rheumatism,
Lumbago and General Debility. Duly the choicest
herbs used.
S. GRAY, Oriental Hotel
Knox Pkkhiiytkman—J. It. Robertson, li. I)., minister. Sunday services
at II am and 7:30 pm. Sunday
school at 2:30. Morning subject,
"How (iotl conies lo man" Kvening.
"The New Year." Good music suitable for the New Year. The Young
People's Hnciety will meet lor union
services in tbe Methodist Church at R
o'clock. The prayei meeting will also
be united with Iho union service)
during the Week ol Prayer.
Methodist— Rev. T.W. Hall, pastor.
Services on Sunday as follows: Class
meeting at 10:30 a.in. Public scrvico
at 11 a. in. Sunday scho .1 and Bible
('.lass at 2 30.    Evening service at 7:30.
I inon Young People's meeting on
Monday evening al 8. No service will
bo held iu this church on Wedui'sday
evening, but Union A'eelt of Prayer
service will bo held on Tuesday evening when Rvv .1 It Robertson will give
the address. The addres-es on Sun
day will be specially on the lubjeot
under consideration  during the week.
IIaitiht—Rev. W. P. Freeman, II A.
pa«t"r. Services aie held in the Mission Hall, Kirst  street     Preaching at
II a in. and 7:30 p in    Sunday school
at 2.30 p.ui,

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