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 Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
Por family use there is nothing .o
wholesome and so pure as HALCYON LITHIA WATER,
IT'S BOTTLED  AT  THE SPRINGS
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Vol. 14,-No 4
REVELSTOKE. R. C. JANUARY 'A 1908
blishing Co, /igents
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
BARGAINS!
If you are not getting your share of the Bargains we
are soiling just nctw it ia ymir own fault—THRY CERTAINLY A.BH 1IKRKI
LADIES' UNDERWEAR
Ladies' All-Wool Underwear Vests and Drawers,
nicely trimmed with wove lace, in while or natural colors,
These sell regularly at $1.75.   Now selling at 90C.
Union Half Cotton und Half Wool. Hell regularly at
BOc.   You can buy them now at 25C.
LADIES' BLACK CASHMERE HOSE
Ladtes'aBlack Cashmere Hose, sizes Hi I), 04, full sir*.
Oieat values ut 40c.   You can buy them now for 25C
LADIES'  COATS
We have 0 Ladies' Coats in Fancy Tweeds-all this
year's Goats, sizes 30, 38, 40. They were $18 to $23. You
can have your choice for     $9.50
LADIES' SKIRTS
10 Ladles' Skirts in nice Check Tweed, nicely tailored.
They are regular S7.50 Skirts sellicg for $3.75
A TABLE OF REMNANTS
A Table of Remnants- every piece with a Price Ticket
on it—easy picking. Something in the lot to please any
person.
WHITE SILK WAISTS
White Silk Waists in the New Embrotderled Fronts,
Siz.es 30, 38, 40--no two alike. A lovely Int. You will
surely like them.   They are $«.00 Waists for $3.75
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
Fall (*<"■•»» Arrimii Pally.    Dressmaking and Millinery Room*., 2nd Floor
•N
(/ H Great Cut in Enameleb Mare
Fur this week we are offering some great bargains in Stranksy Ware
and in some of our Best Lines of Blue Ware.
Blue
Blue
Enameled Tea Kettles. No. 0, $2 00 Sale
Enameled Tea Kettles, No. 8 $1.75 Sale
SlopgPails, $2.50   Sale
Preserve Kettles $1.25   Sale
Preserve Kettles $1.00 Sale
Dippers 40c Sale
Ewers, 75c     Sale
"       Ewers, $1 75  Sale
Pie Plates, 35c  Sale
"       Pudding Pans, 45c Sale
Pudding Pans, 50c ,. Sale
Lipped Sauce Pans, $1 25. Sale
Lipped Sauce Pans, 75c Sale
Decorated Tea and Coffee Pots $1,00.  . .Sale
"       Decorated Tea and Coffee Pots $1.25 Sale
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
Price
$125
$115
$190
90C
80c
30c
60c
$130
25c
30c
35c
05c
55c
65c
75c
Quite a number took advantage of our Sale of Nickle-Plated Ware
last week and are watching for our next Sale.
Sf Our South Window for These Bargains.
LAWRENCE
HARDWARE
 8 I B
COMPANY,
LIM TE
BBSS
^
GOOD   BUYS
Choice Building Plot, Second Street, 50 z 100 feet.     —$ 550
Corner on Third Street, 125 x 100 feet. - —$1400
Double Corner, Fifth Street, 50 z 100 leet. -       —   350
Two-Acre Bit  ku, suitable lor Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre ... . $100 and $160
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
ARE YOU A PURCHASER OF
CUT GLASS
?
If you are, the question of cos- i
no doubt an important consider,
ation.   Design  neat.
CALL AT
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
Only selection of Out Glass iii town
NEW APPOINTMENT.
Supervisor of Log Scalers for
the Interior.
It is expect.tl lhat the govermi nt
will shortly announce tbe appointment of a supervisor of log scalers for
that section ol the province lying to
the eastward ol the Cascades. Pursuant to tho decision ol the government
to apply the provisions of the Timber
Measurement Act to the country lying
to the enst of the Cascades a number
of olllcial log scalers will also be appointed. It is expected that Nelson
will be designated as the headquarters
of the new ollices.
It is now eighteen months since tbe
Timber Measurement Act was enforced
ivi-Ht of the Cascades and results ire
said to have been so satisfactory that
the decision to apply its terms to the
whole province follows.
Patronize   Home   Industry.
Rf rttstoke Clear*
■moke
CITY COUNCIL.
New Council of   1908  Holds
First Regular Session.
The first regular meeting of the
City Council was held last night,
with Mayor Lindmark and aldermen
Foots, Lefeaux, McCarter, Sawyer
Stone and Woodland present. Tbe
minutes of tho last statutory meeting
wero read and adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS
From the Chief of Police reporting
on the fire alarms from the Bowman
Lumber Co. and J. Morgan's barber
shop. G. S. McCarter said that tho
inspector should go round and look
into the condition of flues and stoves,
etc., with regard to their safety. This
was very important.—Filed.
Fnm Mrs. Sutherland requesting
that tlie city would supply her with
wond and take oil her water rate. A
letter Irom the Chief of Police was
also read, stating that Mrs. Sutherland whs destitute and deserving Of
help; she wss 84 years of age and
needed curing for. Tho council agreed
that her case nas deeervin : and that
the city should do something (or her.
Her Bon John Sutherland who wss in
the asylum was her only relative and
she hud no friends. A resolution was
passed leaving tbe matter in the hand
of tho Chief of Police to do what will
be necessary (or her.
From VV. A. Gslliher stating that
the installation of letter boxes and
their operation, in the city will be
oarried out by the department.—Filed.
From the Government Agent stating that the government consents to a
two months extension of time for the
city's occupntion of the provincial
goal aud that arrangements must le
made after the end of February for
their prisoners.—Filed.
From T. Kiipatriek requesting thnt
a name be given to tbe power house
spur in o.dcr that it may be recognised in the system. G. S. McCarter
suggested that the spur sh mid be
called alter Mr. \V. Cowan who was
the originator of the electric lighting
system. A resolution whs passed that
the spur bhould be called Cowan
Siding.
From the Canada Wire Manu-
fuctuiing company, of Hamilton
tendering prices end materials for
steel gnol cells. The question of c°ll
bunks was discussed and the matter
of arranging for the purchase of st el
bunks for the gaol was left with tbe
City Clerk and the Chief of Police
with power to act.
A communication from Dr. Hamilton applying for the position nf city
nn dies I health officer was received,
the council passing a resolution that
the application be referred to the
Health and Bylaw committee and
invite other applications for the
position.
Under new business the Mayor said
that owing to the present condition of
things und that it »as not a wise
thing to make the appointment of a
new city clerk just now, he was in
favor of asking Mr. Floyd to retain
.llice for six months. The council as
a body agreed that this arrangement
was the beet thing to do and a resolution was passed sppointiug Mr. Fluid
as city clerk until his successor was
appointed by resolution of the council.
G. S. McCarter said that tbe appointment ol Mr. Floyd again was necessary
to be made and ratified in order to
comply with the requirement for the
signing, of cheques, documents, etc.,
as hie resignation had been accepted
by the last council. The applications
for city clerk were kept on fyle.
VV. W. Lefeaux brought in a motion
for the renewal of the tax loan in the
Molsons Bank.
The question of the city's title to
tbe gaol lots was discussed, alderman
McCat ter saying that the city had no
right to spend that money on another
man's property and that he was convinced that the owners were alive.
Aid. Stone said that tbe owners were
dead, tbeir estate wound up and no
mention of these lots made and no
taxes yet paid and the city solicitor
had been instructed to arraoge for
the quickest method ol getting the
title. Aid. McCarter said that expr ■
priation could not be served unless
the owner could be found. He signified bis intention of trying to get the
titles lor the city by himself, saying
that there was a possibility ol bis
being successful,
The clearing of snow by meant of
tbe plow from McKesrzie avenue to
the depot, was left in the hands of the
chairman of public works to instruct
the snow plow service to carry out
this piece ol work.
H. N. Coursier, representing the
School Board, was present and asked
the Counoil for a room in which to
meet and keep their papers. Tlie
mayor said that the council would do
what tbey could.
The accounts were passed and the
meeting terminated.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
C. P. R. in Seattle—A Narrow
Escape. -Princess Ena Has
Arrived. «-• Discount Rate 4
Per Cent—Serious Strike.
Skattle, Jan. 2b.—That ihu Canadian Pacific Railway Company is
about to issue an ullicial announcement of its intent inn to build up its
lino from Vancouver, 11. C. to Seattle,
is tho belief of trantiportaiioii men iu
Seattle.
Mauiiid, Jan. 25.—King Alfonso
had a narrow escape Irom death while
hunting wild boar yesterday.
Vancouver, .Tan, 25.—The new
Btciiiin r l'rineess Ena, built (or a
freighter in the coasting trade of
British Columbia, has arrived at Vic
turia yesterday, after her long trip
around Cape Horn from Liverpool,
winch she left on Novenmer 30 last.
London, Jan. 25.—The into ol discount of the Bank of England was
yesterday reduced from 0 to 4 per
cent.
New Castle-on Tyne, Jan. 25.—
The threatened strike in ihe ship
building industry iu the Tyue district
became a tact yesterday A hen four
thousand men who had re used the
proposed leducliou in their uagesdid
not return to wot k. The employers
declare this reduction is necessary
owing to the depression iu the industry. Some porta on the northeast
coast also are iillected,
THE AFTERMATH
Australia  Swept by   Terrible
Heat Wave.
Melbourne. Australia, Jan. 24.—
The heat wave that lias been centering
over Victoria for some time past is
ended, but it has left disastrous effects,
in its trail. Vast bush fires are raging
in ninny parts destroying hundreds ol
homesteads and threatening many
townships. Tbe sutleriug ul tiorots
and cattle has beeu lenioie ai.d me
seniors have lusi heavily iu live siuc«.
.More thau one liuuilied den ills (rum
eUuotruae have men reports.,1 and
tuuusands ol persons are seriously ih
from tho ett'ectsuf the heat.
NOTICE
If A. G. Gilbert of Toronto, will
communicate with Harvey, McCarter
and Pinkham, barristers, Revelstoke,
B. 0.| he will hear (I something to his
advantage.     Relatives are enquiring.
Timber Conservation
Vancouver, Jan. 25.—Mr. T, F.
Patersou and Ur. Clark of the British
Colombia Timber and Forestry Chamber of Commerce have returned from
the meeting of the Lumbermen's
Association at Revelstoke. They re
port that branches of the local association have beeu organized at Revelstoke, Rossland and Nelson, and that
more than ninety per cent, of the
timber land owners of the northland
have expressed a willingness to become
members ol the chamber. As soon i,s
the Legislature ie ready to take up
the matter of timber land leases aud
licenses, the chamber will send reprc
sentatives to Victoria to urge the
passage of a bill extending the time
limit of licenses so that the h reals of
the province will nut be devastated.
Caribou Herd
Dawson, Jan. 24—The greatest
herd of caribou ever reported in the
Yukon is now moving southward
across the head of Sixty-Mile river,
100 miles west of Dawson. The herd
has been crossing there for nearly 100
days. It ie estimated that 100,000
caribou have crossed there already.
No end to the mammoth procession is
in sight. There may be 250,000 or
several times that number in tbe great
moving he d.
 a.
Kleine Optical Co.
T '■   Ed ■ .inotoscope   of    the
Kleine Opl o I Co., of New York,
under local management, it now
established in the Opera House (or
two nights or more a week. The apparatus is of the newest type showing
all the last pictures and films. The
management have decided to make s
long run of this moving picture exhibition and ask the publio patronage.
Messrs. Lembke, North and Norrii
are behind the enterprise and will
endeavor to please the i ublic. Moving pictures make a pleasing form of
evening's entertainment and included
in the programme are several up-to-
date illustrated songs. The lantern
and apparatus used are of an improved
and sale construction, every danger of
tires being eliminated. The pictures
are thrown onto the screen with an
electric arc light of over 1,600 candle
power. Performances will be given
afternoon and ■ venii g ou days which
will be announced each week pre.ious
and will be as up to date as possible.
Two entertainments have been given
as yet with much success.
REVELSTOKE  CRICKET CLUB
Hold Annual General Meeting
on January 22nd.
The annual general mooting of the
Cricket Club was held on Wednesday,
January 22nd, in the Band Room,
(kindly lent by the Independent
Hand).
Interest in tbo success of the Cluh
is si longer than over, as was clearly
demonstrated by the very large attendance.    VV. W, Foster presided.
A report of tho successful Smoker
Concert of Novenihor Ulth, presonted
by C J. Ainaii, showed the excellent
balance of $.'16.75 towards the funds of
the club.
An amicable arrangement between
the Cricket und Gun clubs has secuied
a leaso of the old Gun Club ground ou
the Big liend road, to thorn jointly,
but every form of sport will be en
couraged provided othor matches nr
practices do not conflict with thos
ananged by the clubs holding the
lease.
As preparations will be commenced
immediately the snuw is gone, to improve the ground and secure a better
playing pitch, costing a considerable
amount, it was unanimously agreed
to give another Smoker Concert under
the management of tho same committee, with the object of raising Ihe
money needed for that purpose.
Tho Secretary's report showed a
membership of 51. That play was
continued up to November 16th; that
several matohes of groat interest had
been played, notably thoBe for tho
Enterprise Brewing Company's cup
and those botween the C.P.R. and the
City. His suggestions for improving
the ground; fo*, a club tour; and for
tbo purchase of a new outfit, were
referred to the new exec .tivo for
decision, their decision being issis'ed
by an unanimous vote of tfiO t iwards
new outfit.
The Treasurer's report showed a
small balance in hand, and this with
the Secretary's report was uranim-
• uirly adoptod, and hearty thanks were
passed to \V. H. Humphreys for bis
zeal in club matters.
After verbal reports from the President, W, VV. Foster and from the
Cap'aiu, J. Maley; and general appro
elation bring expressed of the gieat
a--istande to the club given by the
latter in prep,ring the ground, etc,
die election of "fficers for 1908 was
then proceeded with, and after giving
the scrutineers plenty to do, resulted
as follows:
President—W. \V. Foster.
Vice-Presidents—J. H. Jackson and
B. R. Atkins.
Captain—F. H  jjourne.
Vice-Captains—J.   Maley    and   A.
Gorriug.
Committeeman—T E. L. Taylor.
Club Empire—VV.  H.   Humphreys
Club Scorer—H. W  Edwards.
Sec.-Treae.—VV. H. Humphreys.
J.   Maley   kindly    undertook    the
duties of Ground-man.
A vote of thanks was heartily given
to the Mail Herald for so very gec-
eroualy giving publicity to all club
matters, and cheers were given for the
Independent Band (or allowing the
use of room for the meeting.
Before dispersing, a short entertainment of songs .-nil recitations were
given by Messrs. Gorring, Blacklock,
Skinner, Watson and Humphreys,
and refresh.i.entB were handed rounn.
GENERAL MEETING
Of the B. C. Fruit and Produce
Exchange Friday, Feb. 5.
The ann ual meeting of the British
Columbia Fruit & Produce Exchange
will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 6,
and representatives (rom all parte in
the Okanagan, Kootenays, Fraser Valley, Victoria and Vancouver will be
present. Business ol an important
nature will be transacted and the
secretary-manager's report and financial statement will be read. Excellent
work has been done since the incorporation of the Exchange aud the
coming season auguros well for brisk
business.
Bruce Calder Injured.
Bruce Calder, third son of Rev.W.C.
Calder, met with a painful accident
this forenoon on the ranch across the
river. In felling a tree he was caught
under it and his breast badly crushed.
The injured lad was brought to Ins
home at 1:30 Ibis afternoon, and is
being attended by Dr. McLean. We
have not hoard, before going to press,
the extent ol his injuries but it is to
be sincerely hoped that they are not
serious,
— *,
Watercress and lettuce fresh today
at C. II. Hume & Co's.
TO LET—New house, or part of
house; every convenience. Apply to
Mail-Hkkalu Ollice. Jan. 15 3t
Keeping
Well Supplied
Is a wise practice in every
well regulated household,
and in nothing does this
rule apply more than in
Groceries which are daily
needed in every home.
Think over what you want
in the way of Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, Sugar, Flour, Jams,
Jellies, Fruits, Nuts, Cheese, Butter, Spices, etc. We have
the finest qualities procurable.
WEHAVE WACSTAFFE'SEnglish JAMS
Guaranteed  Pure, in the following :      Strawberry,
Raspberry, Cherry, Peach, Crab Apple.
TARTAN BRAND CANNED FRUITS
All   New Goods  just arrived and   we  guarantee
Quality.    Try them.
Bourne   Bros.
GROCERIES       HARDWARE      STOVES       PLUMBING
CHEAP  FUEL
MAUD COAL BRIQUETTES at  $9.00 per ton la the cheapest
Coal on the market.
They start Are as easily as dry wood and lost as long as hard cnal.
Can be used in Furnaces, Cook Stoves, Heaters,  Self Feeders and
open grates, j
We have a large stock on hand ready for immediate delivery  and
will.flll your order promptly,
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
•/OLSONS   BANK    BUILDING.
DEALERS    IN
Cent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-RefoTn Wardrobe
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Branches in the Proviuces nf Manitoba. Alberta, Saskatchewan,
British Columbia, Ontario, Vaebec.
Capital Authorised ... •10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up ....    •4,800,000.00
Reserve Fund .... •4,860,000.00
D. K. Wilkik, President; Hon. R. J affray, Vice-President.
A General Banking Bueineee Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all  parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly. 	
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.—H. T. Jeffrey, Manager
Knox Church Annual Meeting
The third annual congregational
meeting of Knox Presbyterian Church
was held in the church on Wednesday
evening, with a good attendance of
members and adherents. The meeting opened with devotional exercises,
alter which J. P. Mclennan, chairman of ths Board of Managers, wss
voted to the chair. Report* were presented (mm the following branches of
the church: Session, Board of Managers, ladies' Auxiliary, Sunday
School, Voung People's Guild and
Choir. The reports were all good,
and showed a steady growth in tbe
membership of tbe congregation and
Sunday School. The tinancial statements of the litTereut organizations
organizations were most gratifying
indeed, showing balances on the right
night after all working expenses had
been paid, the report from the Ladies'
Auxiliary being especially good. On
the recommendation of tbe Board of
Managers the congregation uua-ii-
mously resolved to raise the pa-tor's
salary to $1U0 per month. The follow
ing were  elected as managers to till
the vacancies on the Board: W. M.
Lawrence, U. M. Clark, T. Lewis and
VV. A. Sturdy, The pastor, Rev. J. R.
Robertson, made a few remarks expressing gratification at the steady
progress whioh was being made and
thanking the congregation for many
kindnesses extended to himself and
family during the >e»r. At the conclusion of the business refreshments
vere served by the ladies and the remainder of the evening was spent in a
social way by those present.
Curling.
The local competitions started this
week, the following games baring been
played:
Calgary Cup—
Edwards 10, McDonald 7
Rose 12, Brock 8
Foote 14, Barber 8
Rae 13, Jackson 6
Burns' Ci.p—
McDonald 17, Edwards 12
Kae 14, Brock 4
Rose 12, Pinkham 10 THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
tlhc flfeafUlfoeralb.
PUBUaHKD   M'KliNKSIlA Y AMI SATL'll
HAY AT
'REVILSTOKK. B.C.,1
MURPHY & FISHER
Barrisikks, Solicitous,  Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary j   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mchfhy.        Haroi.ii Fishkk
IILLAN & ELLIOTT.
Gl
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HA,tu:'
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
KKVKI.viOKL nu TROUT LAKE, B. 0,
C. 8. QltULS J. C, KI.1.II.TT.
ARVEY, MoOARTER        ~"~~
AND I'INKllAM,
BARRISTERS, BOU0XTOR8, ETC
Omen;  Im 'shui.  iu.NK rii-oar,,  Revel-
'S'iilKK,  H. 0.
Mono)- lo loan.
Ulfliax: llevei-toko. B. 0.t I'niiilirimkJU. U.
Geo. B. MoCaRTIR,
A. M.  I'lSKItAM, J. A. 8ARVEV,
Ken-Moke, B. 0.        ('niiitnook, 11. I .
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J. M. Boot! l.L.li W. I. Brlggs.
lOOTT   AND   BRIGGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
.Mi'NKY To  Loan
[solicitors for Molbonb Hank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
TAS, A. McFARLANB
AS9AYKR A t'llKMIRT
Assay ol all ores.  Bamplsi by mall or express
rei'i'lrs prompt attunlloii.
Ti'rm. Moderate.
ALiDRSS,       -       *      •       Box IM Kahix). U. C.
R
OBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Sutveying
Engineering
MoKenzie Avknue.
Box  1U0,   REVKLHTOKK.
MISS M. E. CREIGHTON
TEACHKR OF PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, ETC.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
STUDIO—At   Mrs.   J.   C.   Hotoblson's   Con-
uauirhl Avenue.
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
OOmptled on Mine**, Land and Timber.
REVELSTOKE,
B. C.
•%
A new
sensation.
A real
easure.
 ,        The big
?"*■     black
Tobacco      plug.
M70
Black
Watch p'
Zbe fl&ail-lheralb
There i- so much bad iu the best of us.
Aud su much good in the worst of us.
That ft hardly behoo.es any of us.
To tail- about the rest of us.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1908
A PRACTICAL ROUTE.
We are glad to 6ee that the Board
of Trade have once more heeonie alive
to the fact that Kevelstoke has latent
advantages in the way of physical and
topographical features that the development of which, if carried out in the
proper manner and with a view to a
business standpoint and commercial
enterprise, would greatly increase the
value of Revelstoke as an entrepot and
distributing centre of a rich and profitable district. We should realize
that we are situated, as few cities can
say, in the middle of a section of
Country where trade from all points
north, south, east and west can be
drawn and distiibuted to the different
centres where development is being
earned on. In the Big Bend nnrtli of
us we hive one of the richest areas in
B. C, and one which would repay a
hundred fold any capital invested in
it and any development whic won Irt
entail a large outlay. Apart from the
(act that there are in this region, large
an .1- of rich lands suitable for agriculture and fruit growing, besides valuable mining properties and extensive
forests of high class tinilier, the physical features of the valley immediately
assert themselves, a.- being particularly adopted for the transportation of
such merchandise and supplies as
would lie necessary for development of
all kinds.
Another important point and one
which is now exercising tlie minds of
mam- today, is the fact that the Grand
Trunk I'acilic, will tie carrying their
track across the continent shortly and
tu accomplish this they must of necessity have a route through which to
take supplies. It is concluded that
the V. Ilowhead 1'ass is Chosen and
that Tete Jutine Cache will be the
headquarters for the construction base
in that section and the question of a
suitable route through which  to  take
supplies is now being discussed. The
Columbia river nt once suggests itself,
and following the oourse of the river
to the head of the Bend where I'linne
and Wood rivers meet, there will be n
long si retch of easily navigable waters
for vessels of large size. The total
distance    from    Kevelstoke   to   Tete
Jaune Cache is 180 miles, the greater
portion of which can be traversed by
water and there only remains a sliorl
distance of road or train construction
to Tate Jaime Cache to complete as
perfect and easy a route iib can he
obtained anywhere else in the province.
The attention of the Grand Trunk
I'acilic should be drawn to the practicability of the Columbia river route as
the cheapest and easiest means of
access from the centre of coniiiii'rcial
progress, for supplies and transport.
When the value of the country
through which Hub route runs is
realized tlie U. T. P, may see lit to
establish n brunch line to Kevelstoke
which would considerably benefit this
district besides being a valuable addition to that railroad.
The Board of Trade should oertsinly
tako up this mutter and push it
through with every stress laid on the
advantages to be accrued and the
dispatch mul feasibility with which
communication can he. had with the
Interior.
A LESSON FOR ALL.
We are always in these days endeavoring to separate intellect and
manual labor; we want one man tn
he always thinking and another lo bo
always working, and we call one a
gentleman and another an operative,
whereas the workman ought often to
be thinking anil the thinker often to
he working, and both should be
gentlemen in the best senee. As it is
we reduce both, the one envying the
other despising, lienco the mass of
humanity being a mixture of morbid
thinkers and niiueiublc workers. li
the working men of this country have
any real friends among them they will
study the present situation aud teach
them a few truths. The Canadian
workingman, though intelligent, is
easily inlluenceii hy agitators and it
should be the duty of his friends lo
put mutters to him in a reasonable
light. No moro opportune time could
be chosen than the present. He
should understand that his interests
and those ol his employer are one and
the more he can earn for them the
greater his guarantee of profitable and
uninterrupted employment at a fair
wage. Teach him that when his employers are able to issue an annual
statement showing a surplus of profits
he Bhould be sensible and rejoice in
their success, which means his success
and their savings his only guarantee
of employment when times are hard
and money tight No man can afford
to quarrel with ids bread and butter
and every encouragement should be
given to thoBe individuals and corporations who are willing to spend their
money among a community who indirectly will benefit by it,
cities paid members in most of the
eastern provinoes is much in excess of
the figure $800 paid here. The salaries of cabinet minsters has also been
reoognized as lnsdt quale.
Revelstoke Clfrars Union Made Our
Speoinl, The Union, and Miircn Vuulti.
are ahead of all others.
c. w. o. w.
Mountain   Viow Camp, No. 220.
Moot.  Buoond  and  fourth  Wodo.0 days In
I'ut'li iiiniiili. in Solkirk Hull,  visit tug Woodmen cordially hivltml tu uttiilld.
W. ll. ARMSTRONG. Con. Join.
.1. MdNTYItlC, Olork.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 482
F. 0. E.
Tho regular meetings are hold tn the Solkirk
Hull every Tuesday evening at 8q'oIocac. Visit*
inn brothreo are oordlally Invited.
J, LESLilK. President,
W. K. MqLaUOHLIN.Sbobbtabt.
D. GALLICANO
Daker,
Confectioner
Grocer
Krataiii'iin' and Furnished Rooms
Meals from 25o. Dp.
Second Street, - East End
THE WELCOME GUE8T
Apropos of the general meeting of
the directors and delegates of the B.
C. Kruit and Produce Exchange, the
rirst week in February, it would not
be an unwise or ill-timed suggestion
to our Board of Trade that they should
take steps to welcome tlie visitors to
our city and extend to them hospi-
tulity which the occasion deserves.
The Exchange was organized last
summer with Kevelstoke as its headquarters, chosen chietlv on account of
the centralization and geographical
situation as being most suitable, and
during its career so far, has made
excellent progress. Practically the
whole of B. C. will be represented on
Friday, Feb. 5th at the meeting and
it is becoming that the citizens should
extend to them a cordial welcome ami
make the visit of provincial representatives a pleasure as well as a duty.
Knot, nuv   L,odKO No. 15 A F, St AM.
*• a     *7.JY, TIlO   ri'Klllur   meet
**i\.—vol*- "v lug* aro hold In the
Masonic Temple,
jdil Follows llnlf.iiii
tin third Miimlayin
taoh lunula ut r
i.m. Visiting broth
.'cu   cordlttliy   wo!
Home
U, A. I'lUH'l'S'IKlt, SKCRSTARY,
SELKIRK LOD'.K, flO  IS. I. 0. O. F.
Moots every Thursday
livening III Selkirk
Hall at 8 0'olOOk.
visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend
Q, I.KMBKE, N.O. I. MATHIH, Site
Cold Rango Lodge, K. of   P.,
No. 26, Revelatoke, a. c.
MEETS KVKIIY WEDNESDAY,
exoept Third Wednesday "l
each month, in the Oddfellows'
Hull ul tl o'clock. Visiting
Knights arc oordlally invf'.'d.
J. MATHIH, ('. C.
G. H. HKOCK, K. of K. 4 8.
tf. A. BROWN, M. nf F
To the Revelstoke Publie
We solicit your patronage
to Revelstoke's FIRST
WHITE LAUNDRY,
Good work ami satisfaction guaranteed,
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
,1. 0. HUTCHISON, Prop.
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
SO MOW & JIM SAM, Piiors.
Open Day and
Night
Special attention   given   to
Supper  Parties & banquets
Meals, 26o.        Meal Tlokets, $5.50
HET   THE HABIT
OPPOSITE   Y.  M.   C.   A.
THE MONEY SAVINC
WORK-SAVING SOAP
That's Koyal Crown kind—
made in Vancouver—Largest
Snap Faotory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washingareeasy with itshe.p.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Knval Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Fret—Also try tbe
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
I-NIW MANAGEMENT
Meals at  nil Hours
Evtrything IIp.to-Dale
Stewart McDonald, - Mgp
■Mi
SHARES FOR SALE
Imperial   Development  $450 00
Hunk of British Columbia  HO 00
Nicola Colli nnd Cuke  HM1 (HI
Columbia Fruit nnd Lund  WO (Nl
Hewitt Mines  5 IK)
Royal Collieries  !&">
Chin Ies Dickens   10^
WANTED TO PURCHASE
Great West Loan.
Above subject to confirmation.
Prospectuses nnd particulars concerning any of these Companies on
application.
APPLY TO
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, Ltd.
McKenzie Avenue, Kevelstoke.
North Vancouver Water Front
Will prove a desirable field for invest ment.
Values of tills properly will he de-
teitniin'il 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. ELKINS
JAMES    WOODROW'S     OFFICES
MoKenzie Avenue.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought.
Oash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class  Clover   and Tim
othy    Hay   for   sale.       Alto   a
kinds- of Garden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
From  Street,     Revelstoke
DON'T"
HARRy,
DOCTOR
" Don't   do
hmg"    i
B. C. GOVERNMENT
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
cm health, disease, I vemu   im and parentage
!■■;.- ■-.-», u i o . d I'. a ■: ■ tor bat don'1
;»■..■■ .'•
ll re send one only to  i .   tdoli ;'r  postage
lu cent>.
M    HILL, PUB. CO.
129 Cast 28th Street. NKW YORK
~~W A \ T I] I)
\\J VNTKIi TO   LET    Five roomed
\Y     House >•■'-'  nf i Ity, rem  $8 pei
month unfurnished or 912 pel  monih
furnished—Columbia Afcnclea, Ltd'
JURIST CLASS   DRES8M A K I MI
I tp-gt in's   over   G.   II.     Bi m k's
residence, Fourth   HI reel,   by Ml88 < ,1
l.KIIInl.M.
TO LET Room or room and board
forone or : w i gentlemen. All conveniences, telephone, etc. Apply to
M.\ li.-1 Ik n w.n office,
w
[TANTED   Men  and   Women   ti
li-.-i11, barber i rode, w i ■       .
•il   while   learning,    catalogue    free
w : '     Vloier liiili.-i   Ci ■  'gi    ■>>■ '
. v'.im nuvei   B i
FEED FOR SALE
I have choice
upland prairie hay
and Timothy, also
outs,     wheal   and
• i to offer in car
load lots.
Delivered prices
given   on   request.
ADDRESS
D. C.  HOFFMAN
CALGARY,   Alta.
GEMS and JEWELRY
^J^Wft
(lur jewelry represents the most
artistic expression of the goldsmith's
craft, each artiale an entirely new
creation, fashionable to the highest
degree, that will appeal lo your
Interest the moment you view it. Our
diamonds come direct from lhe cullers und are sold to you at pleasing
prices for gems of such quality lino
beauty. Pleased to have you see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle. & Alluin
Art and Beauty fti^^m
are combined in our new designs in outputs. Our stock is
complete, and the colors rich
und effective, thednslgns nrtls-
tio, und the " tool ensemble "
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such it wide
variety of patterns, and we
have never placed such low
prices upon so ininli high
quality before.
R HOWSOA'  8r CO.'Y.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE'  IB. C
*%'«v*e^**>*»a*».'-e«-«s'-*-v*^*«V*^ %*#
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
t
S. McMAHON,  - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements.  Carriat-os,  Wagons   Etc.,  John
Deere PloughSi  Moline Wagons- Canada Carriage Company's
Hiikk.os, Pit-net Jr., Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheel*
- Wright and   Blacksmith  Work  attended  to.    Horse Shoeing a
t Specialty)) 0
{   P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. J
HEAD OKPICK:   Caloahy,   AXBRRTA.
Who eaale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers and Dealer   in  Live Stork.   Markets in all tho principal   Cities and
Towns     Alberta. British ..-.lumhla and the Yukon.   Packers ot the Celebrated Bran
m or" HaniH d Macon, and ".Shamrock" Brand Leaf lard A
NOTICE
Central Hotel
^^-     REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
N iwly buil .     First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day, Spec! I Weekly Ratos.
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.
J.   ALBEET      STOHSTIE]      IPIROIP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To  K   ?    B*amj    Mr     \    R   WknndO   V
K«* hel    -        *• ■ m oe?< r  they tnay bats
irHiiKf-»rr<"i their interests
Talc* notice   trmt  *»*  if.n undersigned oo*
» en  v* ll    ■■.   In   tbs  following    mineral
claims, i  >  '■   L'.'k   v,   |   .  , ,.,, .
Lo< k Ho      Vivian    Uoi i<
■ ■     |    ■    . Mo        '■      :*in - \.nrk S-i   8,
ii cd on Q .H• U ''in-
M      ie   Dii   Ion nt Yfnt K-.-.tsv i
■>' .m- Prnvinre <>f Brit Ufa ' olnrn*
May Increase Salaries of Legislature Representatives.
Vi'TOKU, Jan. 24 —It is altngetlmr
likely that the provincial legislature
will ii.crease the sessional indemnities
ol ministers and   members at tbe pro-    yv
sent aeHHion.   While the exact increase   maker from the Bait.    Apply I.i P 0 ,.-",',,'-, V»h"w .'r,".„Vii.s ai»'.»'«
:, „.,,   annriiinceil   it ii   hp.ipviil   thai   H"X M I. I ''       '     '    'r'    eutay tor •*• »aar iaoloa
18 not  anniiiiiK.iii, ii is   la.nevm   nini Ootnbar  .-''i.      •■'■    a ord.r  u, hold tha nil*
the   members'Indemnity will   i«  in-   ixrANTED KNOWN   v-'
creased from $800 to 11,200, while the    V\
aaUriea ol ministers will be increased h',r] ,    lnd ino ft, frohtafte to Wain 8i
(rom $4,(MK) to $8,000 ill It ' 82,600of whirb only J1U00 enal
., , ...    ,       . i. i-'i ti :i .il  uui I..1 l.i in  ri'rruiin ui
Bome snob action as tl,,,, i.aa been L ,^ge    Apply at once to Colnmbi
expected  for »rin,e time.    The indent-1 A«eneie«, Limited,
1 y ANTKIi      ''"'"'" ,k "K   hJ    " ■''
inak"
ii.ix :
VV         .   .... ,.f I 1,.. li,..i    u..,.,,.    I,. l„. |7i,,1 Aii'l 'iirlft.r ' «i.s Ni.lira tll.l if Willilli   »'  l.f,-
"           '"'    "''"'    "'   ,     """|l               '    , '              ■.            ;.,'. i,-a'.|.,li"f '.lii-il'.'i'o   J.i'lta.l
'        house |ii'ii|ierl.y li -.     I  I      „   ,,   ,       ..... ,,„,.,,.,„,„,r, o7raeh«<
SHE'S AN ODD GIRL
who can   cat   Manning'*   Oandies
without having some little feeling ul   gratitude for   the  donor.
tlf course you've got I." light yiinr
nwri luve battles, young man, but
our confections  you'll   liml to bo
ii. Hiring ally in your wooing.
Mannings Cdndy Palace
pci i   ,-.- tofetber win the eofltof Utla solver
tieemenl   jroor  intcr-wt  in   ths   is in  miners!
-^I(*>im-* wiil  bocnflM the jirop**»rtf'if the ander
ilgneo nndarflection SJlTof ttm Miuernl Ael.
i*.it.,.j ,i   '  mifv.rii*)    I'.'.     thn  ^1 it   'lay   of
Janosrj   i^m
QBOE9H JOHN os,
HK'.TOH f'OIKIKR,
vnt |no ED ' o Owner
NOTICE
ic.r.vid«*-.ii.- Land Dletrlct
iHMi.ric.i of Wi i Kootenaj
Take  notice  that A ". .lobnstonof  Poplar
Creek, on u pat I on Msrohant*. Int^ nets to mipiy
fOTfl -(> Clal llocinee (OOUl anfl curry away I Itn
Iim front tho f'lilnivluKd.wrM.nr] landn:
' omtnonrlnu nt a post plantod about <;\
mllosup Poplar (Jreofi ftotn Poplar 1-pwnMito,
cnltlng for Fho -toutli caMt corner ofThnimr
Limit 12180, marked 'A U, .lohn-ton's south-
west oornor post," tnenoa eaut w nhalns, tin rice
north 80 oh uns. thenoe went 80 ohalns, thenoe
south wi chntns to point of roinmenodmuot-i
contain!nu titniicroH morn or \o*H,
Located IHI.li Doc, JJK)7,
A  (I. .I"M'JH'I'()S.
wiul jan li) H. Y, ItciMiij.  ,\kcu:.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
St. Join jAILINllJ   LiverH
Sat. Feb. 1. Lake Erie.
Kii.   "    7. EmpreceIrel'd. Jan. 24
Ki-i.   •■   21,      "   Britain   Feb. 7
Hat.    "   20,    I.k. Maiiitiilui     " 12
Kii. Mch. il,   Knip Ireland      " 21
REDUCED RATES
Second Oahln Empresses I.k. Boats
Tu Liverpool      188 76        $:<l (hi
THIRD 0LA88
To Liverpool      «17 «>        116 26
Obeap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
[mints. In connection with steamship tickets
Passengers booked tu Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg anil
all other continental ports,
for further Information applv in
T. W. Bradshaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Agent, A.O.I'.A.
X
wUtoke.
Vancouveri
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
Dray ing
Stora; e
All Kinds of Light and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES,  PIANOS, ETC
Dea      in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
CEMENT BLOCKS
UaonlseWfsd fur all cla..»s nf bnlldlnp
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRIQXS
for sale lo l»r«o or nmHll utiantitf-oi
nt the l(>we*d> prico-j fur cosh,
All klnd-iof liiiililin« and plnnlorinn
iiiidortnlfBii.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE S GRAY, Oriental Hotel
Acclimatized
Stock       SEEDS
For the Farm,   TDECC
Garden or '
Conservatory      PLAIN 10
Iteliiihli' Varieties at reasonable
prices No flnrm, No Scale. No
lililiiKill Inn lo ihiiinigi' SiOCk, No
windy agents to annoy yon. Buy
direct and net Trees and Seeds
lhat grow,
Fertilisers, Bee Suppliee^Spray Pumps
Hpraylng Material, Cut  Flowere, etc.
Olileat   cntatili«hf>d   nursery   on    the
mainland o( B.C.   Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY
8010   Westminster   Road,   Vancouver
Gray's Blood Mixture
Sun' run- fur Rheumatism,
Lumbago and General Debility. Only the choicest
hetbs UBed.
Revelstoke Ltnd Distrii-i.
IM-UM I   nl Wi-t   kii.lBllH. .
'lako notice that I, (I   A, kic-'iinui. of   Ka^lo,
B.O..ocflupailou Miner  Ititon   ioaj.pl> i rt
■peelel lloenue over tbs lolluwlng utiutlbed
lands:
1. ri.iiiiiii'iiciiii; at n p ni phiotuil on the
vfurii luii'.k ot I'tiii ('lurk- -f iniU'r. [ruin ihu 1-Hr.
li'iiii ' Ivor and about .; wllon north oaslcrlv
irom the n. k comerof Lin 88», Q, 1, tbKnce
west -it) rliaitih. Ihence nnrtli Ittu o aim*, llnoice
t'UMt ".ii I'li-inis, tbenco south l&ii-iiaiiiH in uiu
imiiii ol oommenoeniuuti
2, Contmi'iiritiK at u post I lati'cd on tho
vv. hi hunk oi Drift I,reck, fl lUllfh Horn ihu
' anlcitii Ulvurand abouU miles uorlh anierly
Irom tho N &. curuor ol Lot HSU, U 1, inetice
•■list -in dial ns, iiifiii-r north itm cheinH, thence
went 4(i''haiiiH, Iheneu Hootti ttHl uUslDI to the
point of commencement.
t), ('Oinmencli)K at a pont planted on the
west bank of Drift t'reek,'2^ m Icrt Irom l.ar*
dean Kiver and nlmnt l1- miles ii.-nI. uabterly
Iron, the N K. cornor ol Lul BUU| U 1. thence
north -ui cliainn, thence earn ltH) oii.*ln*i, t em-e
MMiih tn trhi.iim, tht'iii-e Wf-t 160 chi.uiH lo Iho
point of eommeueumcut
i. Commencing si a post planted on the
woit bank ol Drill Creek, ■.'", En lies Irom the
..anlcau lver and ahout i"s mllos norili eaut-
erly from the N K coruer ul Lot Kit), ti l,
thence houth 4i>chaius, thence east iiKi nhKlui*
iheuee n irth 4Uohalus, thence west itHtehaiui
io the point ot eoiuinuncomont.
6. Commencing at a potU planted on tho
went hank ot Drill Ureck, 2 unlet, from the
l.ardi'iiti Kivi-r and about 1 mile lirti'lh eanterlv
Irom the N. K. eoiimr ul I ol HttW, >■ 1. ihenec
west 4o i-hnUiSi theuce uortb i uunslns, thenoe
earn tn ctiaiit.-;, thuuec Mouih D'-u coaniH lo the
point of numincncui' ent.
Dalctl Dec. itOlh, l'.mi.
wed Jan'22 (\, A    . REKMAN,
NOTICE
llov, Islukii I.anil lilsirirl.
lilsirlui nl Wi-sl k.i.it'nav.
lake limine n.al I, K.J.l'aiks of Arrowhead,
11.C . luiubtirman, liitanil in a|i|>)y fur a s|iunial
iiiiilu'i licence uver Hie IuIIiiwiiik dfurilmil
lanilnl
iiiiiiiiii'iiriiiKH a I'osi |il«nii.,l at ibe suuth-
ivesl 1'iiriier ol Timber . Imii Na, 11171, and
marked "K. J. I'arks'uorih-.a.i inriier i'osi "
tlieneu south 16o ihaliis, itiunre west ,,• ehalna,
i lii-iii',. ntirlli lisle Hlns, ihoiiee ea.l « I'lialus
in isiiiitni eoinin«ii['«ineni,
llauiil Pun. Hill, 11107.
M, J. I'ARKS,
wod Jau «'J p. lu-war, Anant,
NOTICE
Hovclatoke lAtid UlHiriut.
District of Kootenaj.
lake notice thai 1, John Albert Kirk, of Hot*
ol.-loko, B.U, ocuupiil.ion I). 0, Land Hurveyo ,
intend to appiy lor p'-rmiH-non (o purchase the
following UcNoribod land:
Cotmncuoing nt a pout, planted about, forty-
the i4.'o chauiK noiih ot the nurl.li eftat oorner uf
Lot. live ihoUHand four hundred and fourteen
(5114). (troup utiu UK thenco went sixty (00
chains; '.hence aouth forty live (45) ehairt*.;
theuce ciiMt Hixi.y (tK>)chaiiiH. I hence uoith forty*
live tl.il rha.HM to point Ol colli tlieiiccuienl..
Dated *2hih November, US)7.
wed dec 4 JOHN ALMKHT KIHK.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Lund District-
District of West Koutcuay.
Take notice that I, H. Y, Iteamy, of I'oplar
('reck, It. C. occupation Prospector, Intends to
apply for a special licence to cut and carry
away timber from the following described
lands:
■1. Commencing nt a post, planted about 200
feot on the north side of 1 'oplar Creek, marked
"H. If. Heamy's north-caHt. cort.or post, adjoining tho went boundary of Timber Limit No.
114112, about ono mile west of the first south
fork of I'oplar Creek, thence west so chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north HO chain* to point of commencement, containing BIO apron more or loss.
2. Commencing at a post planted about 200
feet on the north sidu of Poplar Creek, marked
"it. K. Iteamy's south-cast corner post," adjoining the west boundary of Timber Limit No.
11402, about one mile west of the first south
fork of I'oplar Creek, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80chains, thenco east 80 chains,
theuce south 80chains to point of commence
ment, containing 610 acres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post planted on the east
bank of tbe second south fork of I'oplar Creek,
about one mile up markod "B. Y Reamy'a
north-east corner post," thenoe west 40 chains,
thence south 160 chains, thenoe oast 4" chains,
thenco north 160 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acre*} more or less.
4- Commencing at a post planted about 4>4
miles westerly from the first south fork of Poplar Creek, marked "B. P. Kearny's north-west
corner post," thenoe east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thenoe west 80 chains, thenoe*
north 80 ena inn to point of commencement,
containing t)40 uoiob more or less.
5. Commencing at a post planted about. i%
milon weaturly from the first south fork of Pop*
lar Creek, marked "B. Y. ReamyV north-east
corner post." thenoe west 40 chains, thence
south 160 chains, thence east 40 chalnc, thenoe
north 100 chaius to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less
6. Commencing at a post planted about Ave
mites westerly from tho first south fork of Poplar Creek, marked "H. Y, Kearny's south-west.
corner pool," thenco east 160 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west ItJO chains, theuce
south 4uchains to point of commencement, eon*
tainlug 610 acre* more or less.
Located 17th December, 1037.
wed jan 15 B  K. KEAMY. Locator.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of Wost Kootenay.
Take notice that I. B. Y. Iteamy of I'oplar,
B.C., occupation Prospector, Iutend to apply for
a special licenco to cut and carry away timber
from tho following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted on tho
west bank of Itusty Creek, marked "B. K.
Kearny's south-cast corner post," about 8 mllos
southerly from the Lardo river, between Rapid
Creek and Tenderfoot Creek, adjoining Timber
Limit 11250 running west, thenco wost 160
chaius, thence north 40 chains, thence east 100
chains, thence south io chains to point of com*
mencement, cont lining 610 acres moro or less,
2. Commencing at a post planted on the west
bank of Rusty Creek, marked "11, Y. Kearny's
north-east coruer post," about 3 miles southerly
from the Lardo river between Rapid Creek and
Tenderfoot Croek, thence west 160 chain**,
thouce south 40 chains, thence east 160 chains,
thence north 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 610 acres more or less.
3. Commencing at a post planted on the
west bank of Ituaty Creek, marked "H. Y.
Iteamy's north-west comer post," about 3 miles
southerly from the Lardo river, between Rapid
Creek and Tenderfoot Crock, thence east 8U
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to poiut of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Located 15th December, 1907.
wed jan IS B. F. BEAMY, Locator.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that, we, C, O. Woodward and B.
F. Kearny, of Poplai Creek, B. C„ occupation
Prospectors, intend to apply for a special licence to cut and carry away Umber from the
following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted ou the wost
bank of Poplar Creek-about A miles up, marked "C. p. woodrow and B. K. Kearny a southeast corner post," running along G. K. Re veil's
north boundary of No. 2 TiniW Limit 12189,
tbenco west 80chains, thenoe north80chains,
thence east 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing 640 acres
or less,
2. Commencing at a post plantod on the
west bank of Poplar Crock, about 6H miles up,
marked "C. O. \\ oodrow and it. Y. Reamy s
norih*east corner post, (hence west Bu chains
along U. E. Kc'eir*. No. 2 Timber Limit 12189
Mouth boundary, thence south HO chains, thence
cant Ho chains, then*1,- north 80 • luuns to point
ui commencement, containing 640 acres moro or
less.
Looatod 18th December, 1907.
wed jan 15        C. O. WOODROW,
B. F. KKAMY, Locators.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, C (). Woodrow of Poplar
Creek, B C„ occupation Prospector, intend to
apply for a special licence to cut and carry
away timber from the following described
lands:
1. Commencing at a poet planted about 1
mile up the first south fork of Poplar Creek on
cast bank adjoining Timber Limit No. 16014, on
the west boundary, marked "C O. Wood row's
nort h-east corner post,"thenco south 160 chains,
thence west 40 chaius. thence north 160 chains,
Ihence east 40 chains to point of commence
ment, containing Ol1' acres more or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted on the
wost bank of the first -outh fork of Poplar
Creek, about 3 miles up, adjoining Timber
Limit No. 16H15 on the south boundary, marked
"C. O. Woodrow's north-west corner poet,"
thence east 80 chains, thenco south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing 610 acres
more or lets.
Located 18th December, 19A7,
wed jan 13 C Q. WOODROW, Locator.
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COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated bv Act cf Parliament, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Macpherson, Pres. 8. H. Ewino, .Vice-Pres.
Jameb Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two  branches  in   Canada  and  Agencies  in   all  parts of the
world.
Interest credited four times a year at current rates on Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.
Revelstoke, B. C.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
MUNICIPAL BORROWING
Canadian Financier Says Cities
Too Retdy to Incure Debt.
Toronto, Jan. '24.—Mr. E. 11. Wood,
vice-president of ilie Dominion Securities Company, In hie address at tbe
annual meeting ol the corporation, reviewed the bond situation in detail.
His words were: ->
"Tbe weakest feature of the municipal situation is tbe willingness of
municipalities to assume indebtedness
especially for undertakings of a general
public service nature. Such debt is
assumed without recognition of the
fact that its swelling total must lead
to increasing interest r tea toco i>pen-
sate for the increased risk of the bunds
as investments. The present large
rise in interest rates oliscures this
inevitable remit. It will appear when
interest reaches its level again.
"Since Great Britain is necessarily
the only great market for Canadian
bonds, the municipalities should seek
the advice of an investment house
familiar with that market, aud prepare
their issues under its direction. If done
properly, this need not preclude getting tbe issue ready in a form satisfactory to the Canadian markets also.
Such action will widen the market
and increase the credit ol the municipality. In seeking this British
market Canadians should always bear
in mind that tbe English investor has
a worldwide field to choose from, and
seemingly small things turn him from
a given security. He is in a position
to exact his conditions."
Attack Lemieux Act
Ottawa, Jan. 24—The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers has
asked the city to award them $8,000
towards entertaining the delegates of
North America at Ottawa next July.
About one hundred railroad men
representing different organizations,
convened here yesterday to discuss
the Lemieux Act, and also prosecutions that are instituted against railroad men under tbe criminal code.
The convention. after thorough
discussion, will make representations
to the Government asking for redress
of their grievances.
British Canadian Wood
Pulp and Paper Co.
LIMITED.
313 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
We have established the townsite of Port Mellon on Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vancouver
and secured the water rights of Rainy River, which is capable of developing from 2,000 to 5,000
horse-power, for the location of our mammoth plant for the manufacture of newspaper, building
paper, wrapping paper, etc., the plant to have a capacity of 450 ions of tinished paper per week;
the company hope to have the pulp plant in operation by November 1, 1908.
We now offer for subscription the balance of the first allotment of
Preferred Stock in blocks of 100 at $1.00 per share aoeh 100 Shares
entitled to a bonus of 25 Shares of Preferred.
SPECIAL   NOTICE!
In the event of the first allotment is over-subscribed the Company
reserves the right to reduoe any or all subscription to an amount
satisfaotory to themselves.
The preferred stock is entitled to a dividend of 7 per cent, commencing November 1, 1908
The 7 per cent, dividend is due and payable before any dividend is paid upon the common stock.
After 7 per cent, has been paid upon preferred both stocks thereafter participate equally. There
is no good reason why the preferred should not pay from 25 to 50 per cent, dividends.
The books of the corporation are open at any time for the inspection of the general public.
There is no watered stock, no inflated values, no ground-floor plan, or huge promoters' projects
in the enterprise. Unlike most corporations, instead of allowing 15 to 25 per cent, for advertising, and sale of stock, the entire commission, literature, newspaper advertising, brokerage, office
expenses, etc., is limited to 10 per cent.
The public are cordially invited to visit out demonstrating plant, 313 Cordova street, and
witness the manufacture of pulp and papnr from refuse material, such as slabs, discarded shingle
bolts, etc., that is now being burnt at the local mills.
DIRECTORS:
CAPTAIN H. A.   MELLON,   J.  P., Ameri
FRED. SMITH, member   Smith, Wright &
can Lloyds Agent, etc.
Davidson, Wholesale Paper Co., Vancou
VV. H. R.COLLISTER, Manager Albion Iron
ver, B. C.
Works, Vancouver.
H. M. BURRITT, Western Manager Corticelli
FRANCIS J. P. GIBSON, British Columbia
Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
TruBt Corporation.
EUSTACE H. JENNS, Barristers, etc,,  Van
J. C. W. STANLEY, formerly Gen. Manager
couver, B. C.
West London Paper Mills, London, Eng.
GEO.  E.   CATES, Cates Shipbuilding   Co.,
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soc., C. E., P.L.S.,
Vancouver, B. C.
D.L.S., Con., Eng., former City Engineer
of Vancouver.
GREELY KOLTS, formerlv General Manager
Pacific Coast Soda Co.'
Columbia Agencies, Lid.
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS,   REVELSTOKE, B. O.
Corporation of the City ot
Revelstoke.
Financial Statement for the Year 1907.
Receipts
Liquor Lioeuces  $1,900 00
Weighing Fees  145 10
Interest on Sink lag Fumls 405 20
Loan  on  currant    year's
taios  6,000 00
DogTax   1M 00
Hrliiiiil Uraut   '.52.1  15
Trade Licences  115 00
Interest on Taxes  240 U
Police Court Fine.  1,592 J7
Refunds  16 50
Pound Fees   32(1 25
Itii.it Tin  1,2.10 00
I 'emetery  20.1 50
Heal Prop. Ti. ies 1'IW-lVOl 211 00
'•      "          "       1902  41 42
"      "          "       1903  252 11
        1901  114  24
"       "          "       1905  103 93
        ISM  1.261  54
"       "          "       1901  11.191  21
Water and Light Kales, Insinuation., Meter Hents and Tapping
Hams	
DEPOSIT AOCOUNT-(Contraott)
I'aiiadinn Gen. Elec. Co..    2.0110 HI
O. W. abrahamson       31(1111
•39,648
30,2611
2,340, 10
II.lance.
$12,252
25,629
$91,831 94
Expenditure
Balance, January 1st, 1901 .
No 1 Fire Hull	
Telephone Keutlil	
Election Kxpeuseu	
Ollice Furniture	
Auditing	
Dog Tugs 	
Scale Inspection	
Commission, col leo t i n g
Road Tin	
Premium, Clerk,' Bonds..
Repay ment on Tax Loau..
I mi UOSL	
Firemeu's Insurance	
Voting un lly-Inws	
Sewers, preliminary exp..
Tools	
Paymeut. to Firemen	
Printing aud Stationery.,
Postage and Telegrams ...
Prisoners' keep	
Streets and Sidewalks new
work,	
Streets ii sidewalk repairs
Civic Salarie.	
Police Salaries	
Fire Alarm repairs	
Donations	
Sick and Destitute	
Interest on Tax Loans, —
Police, geuornl expenses..
Schools	
Suow Stir.ice	
Fuel	
Legal Kxpenses	
Fire Brigade Equipment..
Health Department	
Repairs to Buildings	
Repairs to Tools, etc	
Refunds. Roud Tax	
Isolation Hospital	
Pound 	
New Jail (tracing plans) .
i 100 00
102 31
82 25
85 00
80 00
5 50
t 35
116 40
25 00
5,142 61
34 00
131 50
345 90
149 55
23 00
414 50
122 »0
231 45
262 63
10,432 B5
114 20
2,000 00
,1,589 30
122 15
820 00
332 m
1,623 15
1,555 15
16,430 93
993 36
440 65
1,051 90
310 85
553 15
982 03
23 25
94 00
1,119 48
S23 83
3 (XI
$13,620 18
53,190 ,15
$61,410 53
Interest, Debentures,
DETAILS OF SCHOOL EXPENDITURE
Public School.
Teachers       	
Janitor 	
Secretary  	
Incidental 	
Repairs       418 IS
Fuel    1,016 10
Stationery and Supplies     136 51
Furniture	
Grounds	
Clearing New Block ...
Library	
New Work'.u Attic	
$1,943 00
851 50
60 00
155 68
2S.1 36
124 48
128 00
..49
.,'
High School.
Teacher.	
Janitor	
Furniture	
Libniry	
Incidontal 	
Ropairs	
Supplies	
2.825 110
60 00
3,1 25
10 00
12 14
22 45
7  10
A. McRae,
Chairman.
516,430 '
H. Floyd,
Secretary.
"A"
"B"
"O"
"E"
"F"
•G"
•H"
•I"
Sinking Fund, Debee. "A"
 B"
" " "     "C"
 E"
 F"
 G"
"        "         "    "H"
 I"
150 00
100 00
112 50
150 00
350 00
4n0 00
3.131 50
1,000 no
510 11
68 32
159 19
10.1 31
228 43
261 30
1,021 98
510 71
9,983 41
W  TER 4 LIGHT DEPT.
$11,393 94
Tools 	
Tnluphnne Rental.
Slu-b Ice 	
Fuel 	
Insurance	
31 00
102 31
635 55
84 00
274 55
LiglitPlniit      2,509 18
Water Plant        416 62
Installation ma t e r i a 1 s ,
lamps, etc	
Electric Ropnirs nnd Main*
tnuanco (City)	
Electric Repairs & Main-
teunuce (Power Houso).
Salaries	
General Expenses	
Printing aud Stationery..
NewTnnB      2,433 79
48-Inch Gate Valve      1,«00 OR
1,524 26
661 15
949 11
6,2."i2 84
201 50
181 50
$81,881 94
BALANCE—Current Revenue and Expenditure Account
Dr.
To Molsons Bank for -
Loan  on Tax   Arrears,
1899-1906  $ 8,202 90
Loan on 1901 Taxes      6,000 00
Exp'diture over receipts   25,629 42
39,832 32
Tn Deposit Account (contracts)        2,340 10
" One unpaid Debenture Coupon... 112 50
$42,^14 92
Cr.
By Tax Arrears, 18991901   •    832 18
"          "         1902  SS6 74
1903  714 36
1901  1.482 10
"          '•          1905  2.061 61
"         1906.  2,918 30
1901  6,943 21
By Acorued Interest on Taxes  1,221 15
"   Water and Light accounts duo
■toCity  8.54$ 59
24,815 44
Deficit for the year  11,609 48
$42,2(4 92
BALANCE SHEET
Liabilities
Debentures, Series A  $15,000 00
"   B  2,000 00
"   C   4,500 00
"   E  8,000 0»
"   F  1,000 00
" a  8,oos ot)
"  H  r3,»tn o°
"   I  »,000 00
"   J  SS.000 00
Dueon No. 1 Fire Hall  20* 00
Deflolt, 1S01  11,60» 48
169 809 48
Balance, A.sets over Liabilities      66,760 06
$286,670 14
Assets
By Streets and Sidewalks     (1.242 .18
"   City Scales         350 on
"   Water aud Light capital acot...   1"1,8ks .'!'.'
"   School House and Grounds      29.6U0 '«
"   School Furniture       2,000 00
"   Real Property—
rire Hall No. 1      1,200 00
 2     8,000 00
Lota 9 and 9, Bleak II. .    2,500 00
Recreation Graand      1,022 50
CityHall      4,731 11
VlllaLot99          250 00
Dumping ground         53,1 10
Isolation Hospital       1,119 41
 14,156 29
Fire Alarm System   M0 112
Ollice Furniture       1.624 75
Tools aud Implements         722 63
Due on Cemetery Lots         262 B0
Sewer Plans, etc         141 55
Fire Brigade Equipment       4,146 17
Unsold Debentures "J"     15,000 00
JallPlans   9 00
Sinking Fiinds-
A      9,701 65
B         498 M
C         959 90
K         540 90
F      1,033 94
G      1,181 02
H      9.169 90
I        1,130 21
18.21-, 51
$296,570 11
WATER AND LIGHT DEPARTMENT
Profit
To Telephone Hental	
"   Slush loe	
'  Fuel	
"   Insurance 	
"   Electric Renalf and Mini, (Cityj
 P.Hu.
"   Water Repnirs and Maintenance
"   Salaries 	
"   General Expense	
"   Discounts 	
"    Priuting uud Stationery    	
iss Account.
Installation. ...
V. .il* I'.Mtes ..
Light
Meter Rents
Tappu.f Main-
111 30
?.w :>ti
.92.1 04
ois flu
51 00
2,310 Ul
6.2'.2 H
261 50
3,392 40
181 50
15.111 51
Balance, Profit      18.649 61
$33,761 34
198,161 34
Profit applied as follows !•-
I.ighl Plant, (including  Meters snd
QateVal.e 	
Water Plant, including New Tank ..
Tools	
Less accounts due, etc
4,667 23
2,950 61
31 00
7.6.8 84
451 02
7.194 82
To General Ci.ic Fund       11,454 99
118 649 tl
Debenture "J " Account—Power and Auxiliary Plant
To Proceeds of sale of 15 Debenture.    114,250 00
By Advertising        128 61
"   Engineering         737 00
"   PoleLlne         879 67
"   Spur         321 07
 1,568 38
Balance    $12,«83 62
Certified Correct—B. A. LAWSON, City Auditor.
Jaouary 23rd, 1908.
H. FLOYD,
City Treasurer.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Went Kootenay.
Tnke notice that I, F O. Htrauss, of Nakusp,
Freo Miner, Intend to Apply for special licen-
cei to cut timber from lhe following described
lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted about 100
yards from pott of T, L. Li,246 and running
south 160 ehafns, thence west 40 chains, thence
north 160 chains, thence eaat 40 chains to point
of commenct.'ment.
2, Commencing at a post planted on the
north-west corner of Limit No. 1 and running
west SO chains, thence north 80 chaius, thence
east SO chain.*-, thence south 80 chains to poiut
of commencement,
8. Commencing at a post planted on or near
tbe S. \T, coruer of T. L No. 7410, and running
.souUi ho chains, thence easts chains, thence
north 80 chaius, theme west80 chaius to point
nf corameucemenl.
Dated Dec. 14,1907.
4. Commencing at a ttost planted on or near
the S E corner ofT L-No 10,21 J. and tunning
cum 160 chains, thence north 40 chains, thenc*-
went 160 chriii-, theuce south 40 chains lo
pi ini ul commencement,
5. Commencing at a post planted on or neai
thr N E, corner of T. L. o 10,242. and running Huutb 40 chains, theuce easiltxi chain*,
ihence north -.('chain*, tbeno west loOehain*-
to point of commencement.
6. Commencing at a pt.st planted on or near
the 8. E. corner of Timber Limit No. 1U2&8, and
running north40chains.tbeuceeeM Itio chains.
theuce south 40 chaius theuce west 160 chain*
to point of commencement.
Dated Dec 18, ivk.7.
7. Commenclug at a post planted on or near
lhe 3 t. coruer of Timber limit No 10/245,
nnd running north so chaius, thenct eaat 8l
ct*ains, Ibence south 60 chains thence wa»t be
chain" '<> point of commencement.
Dated Dec 19,1907.
sat jan 18 F. O. STriAOaS,
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Fidelity, We Two, Annie K., Spokane, * ipl*
aing and Hm-un Mineral > umis situate 1
the Tout Lake Mm-tig Divimuu uf W e*.
Koot.hM)  hi-iruM.
Where locat-ed—Ai h.*ad of H-t* fly Creak.
Take milieu thai 1.l Un* liracr « • etfall, ad-
minir-trainx of   I lie   h->Ui <•   of   John   w et-U< )
WetiLfall, deceased.   Free   Miner's   t eitllical*\
No H M-^tiv. intend, $-ixty day a from date hereol
Lo apply 10 'he Mining Uecurder lur certiflcaUH
of Impruveiueuu, lur ihu purpose uf obtaining
t rouii GranUi of tin: nu w uanim.
And further lake initio** tnal action, under
Hection 37, ii»u*t be commenced before the
ifirmanco of such Cerli(lc-*.Le of  Dnprovetm-nL-,
Dated this ..let day of October. A.D , 1807.
feu 4 CLAB A GKACE WKSTKA Ul*
Certificate of Impro
NOTICE
B.S.,  FD., J.\V„andAK. Frwtloti
Claim-:, i-n iiiitc   111   the Trout l>ak* ...      .,*,
Division uf West Kouienay DiM.i-.cL
Where 1 tea ted—AI head of Honwfly Creek.
Take notice that I, Fred C. Klliott. Free Miner'-- Certificate No H t*2i2. set iuk a* agent for
Clara Grace We-.! fall, and lhe a-tid « lam Grace
Wiv-i tall, •idiuim.-i.ri.ir.x of the tutate of John
Weslij v\ i-Hif.ill, deca-rd, Freo Miner's Cerii-
ileal** No. K ->$itW, intend, tuxiy day* fr m dale
hereof, tn uupiy to the Mining Kecorder for
Cerlitlcaleeof Improvement-*, for th. pnrpON
of obtaining a Crown Grauu of the above
claluiB
And further take notice that action, under
■icctlon 37, must be comuieuied before tne ls-ir
mice of nuch Certificate of Improvement*.
Datod this 21st day of October, A.D., l*-t7.
fob 4 FUKD. C. ELLIOTT.
In tho Supreme Court of British Columbia.
In  tho  matter of the Winding Up Act, being
chapter  144  of  the  Bevisod    Statutes   of
Canadai
and
In the matter of Tho Kl wood Tin Workers Gold
Mining Company of Lardean, British Col*
umbia, Limited, Nou-peraonal Liability.
Notice is hereby given that upon the petition
of Charles   Lewis  an order   was  made by the
Honourable Mr   Justice Clement in the above
matter, dated the 27th December, 1907, whereby
it was ordered that the abore*uamed company
be wound up under the provisions of the Winding   Up  Act  and that John K. Jones, of Camborne, B.C., was appointed ProvUiocal Liquidator.
Further take notice that in and by said order
Tuesday the 21st day of January, 1901, at the
hour of 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon at the
Court Hun;**, Vancouver, B.C., was fixed as the
time and place for the appointment of ao
ulilcial liquidator uf tbe above named company
uf which all parties concerned are requested to
take notice.
Dated this Wth December, 1907.
MARTIN, CRA1Q A BOUHNK.
Oranvilte Street, Vancouver, B.C.,
jao 4 41 Solicitors for the Petitioner.
NOTICE
Rovelitoke L*aud DlatricL
District uf Weal Kooieuay.
Take notice that w , the Lamb-Wataou Lum*
ber Company, Limited, of Arrowhead, B. C,
occupation Lumbermen, intend to apply for
permission to lease the following described
foreshore, being part of the foreehore of Galena
Bay, for logging pnrposes:
Commencing at a post scribed "Lamb-Wat-ou
Lumber Co." planted at the 8. W. comer of
Lot MOT, thence southwesterly following high-
water mark, a distance of 110 chains.
Dated this 30th day or October, 1907.
Lams-Wation Li-mhicb Co., Ltd.,
Jan 18 08 By O. B.N. WUkle, Agent.
NOTICL
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Weat Kootenay.
Take notice that iobert Armstrong,of Arrowhead,. B. 0,i occupation Miner, Intend!
lo apply for a special timber licence over the
following described land:
CommendD| at a post planted shoot 10n-rd»,
north 01 poet mark-id N.\V l.W$. and marked
"Robert vrniNirong'» 8 W. rorner po-tt." ibf-* a
-i'i q tlni n •". 1 f*i chains eaat.tv' chains *-oi.ih,
*i--hainf" wwt to point ••! commencement.
Dated this 'A>th day of Nov., 19o7-
sat nov 23 KOBKKT ARMSTRONG.
NOTICE.
KeveUloke Ijind District.
District of Wait Kootenay.
Take notice that I, J. Dougal of Nakusp
Captain, intend to apply for permission to pur*
chase the followiug de^riDeo lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the N. W.
corner of Lot No. 5414, running south 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains, theuce north 20 chains,
thence east 20 chains toipoiui of commencemeut*.
Dated Doc. 19th, 1907.
JULIUS DOUGAL,
Jan * set D. Dewar, Agent.
NOTICE.
Kerelstoke LauU District,
lii.irici ul West Kootenajr.
Take uullie thai Cliarle. McNIrhuIls, of Ml.
veruin,b.t..,u,cupatluu, umber cruiser, Intends
io»|>uly lor specal umber license, over lbs
lolluwina described laud. :
I,  Uommenulns at   a oo.t slanted on the
a«l braucb ol Haley ireek aboul M ml lea
irom ibe I»rk>. marked "C MeNiohoLuv south-
..est cuiuer oiisi," itieuce SO chains unrlh,
.ueuceeuehaius east, iheuce SO chains south,
.ucuceou chains ae.l to i.laceol commence*
.... in, cuuiaiuiu. i.i' acrss more or lea
Oaieu leiu Ucceaiber. 19U7.
I Comiueucllin al a po.l planted 2U mils.
,|, 1 au)uu creea on «esi side marked 'Ll. Mc-
.iriK.ua' soulh-f«i,i coruer post " ibence 100
chains east, tbeaee 40 chaius north, thenoe lo.
cnaius wesi, theuce 4o chalu. .outh le place of
cuirmenceiueut, cuutaluiog 64u acres more or
less.   Located tleceu. '.>er 17th, 19U7.
CHAKLJij McNlCHOLLS.
Hate Oec. je.h. lmiT. h4l l(,c a
NOTICE.
Bereleloke Land Di*>..sCt.
Dihtrioi of v\ mti Kootenay.
Take noUce thai 1, D. Dewar, of Arrowhead,
ruiaer. intend to apply for a special timber
licence over tne lolluwuig de**cnbed iaudt.;
Commeucing at tne £.£. coruer uf Lot No
•(-4», ru..uiu*- uuriu 40 cudiu.s iheuce east ItiO
-naaa-*, tnenca south 4u uh«iua, tneuce wu-t Jo0
.DHiUb io puiut ol . uuiiuauceaiei't
Dated Dec  Cu, I9u7.
*>«•• J-" *»  D. DEWAR.
huiicfe.
Revelstoke Land Ml*.mot.
UUtrictol A oat Kooi«a-iv.
Take notice that 1, J ll. Voting."! Comaplix,
nuiei proprietor, intend u> apt 1. to the chief
v.uumihsiouer of I>arids end Works f'>raspe-
cat umuer licence to «tn and earr> away
timber irom tue lollowins deftiribed tands:
l.   Commencing at a p<.st  planted  and ad*
joining (be norm-east corner u| Lot 1U2 and
marked '-J H. Young's -ui.in-ea-i corner post."
and situated  about |4  mile  north-eaMtof the
nead of the aim of Arrow I ake. thence westSO
haius, ihence  north Hu chains, tueuce eaat 80
chaius.   thenee  south  au chains  to point o.
. omtnenoajnent, containing Hu acreamoreor
lent.
.'.   Commencing   at a  poet planted anal ad*
iniug the north-eaat ooruer ol   ..oi  li42and
.rfced "J.H.You ig s sou,b-easi corner/  aud
timed about '4 mile nor.u-wa-i ol   the bead
cue arm  of  arrow     ax ,  ineui-e n -nn 80
ualni, theuce ca-t ni ch au-. tneuce south 60
. uaina, thence « e-t B>i cnauis t • point ol  com-
menceueul, containaik' ■-*.<-., res more or lean.
Dated December l rd, iVu7.
satjan 11
J. H. YOUNG,
NflflC:
Revelstoke Land D<«n«*i«
DiBirici uf Wt-i-t h, .oLj-u-y.
Take notice thai I. U, o. v\ oodrow of I'oplar
B. C , (M'cupaiinii Pi*u-*(ieolor, nit* nd io apply
for a t<pecial Urenoe to cut and catry away umber from the following de-*cribed Uud-.:
Coinmi in-ing at a poet plantod auout \ of a
mile Houtheriy from the 37 mile board ou the
c P.R. railroat adjoining Timber Limit iia»
on west boundary, and the t*outh boundary of
Timber Limit 838, marked "C. O. Wuodrow'e
north-eaat corner po*n," thenoe we-t 00 obalna,
thence aouth SO chains, thence eaat 80 chalna,
thence north 80--chaina le point of commence*
ment, containing 640 acres more or leas.
Located 15th Dec. 1807.
wed jan 15 C. O. WOODROW. Locator.
Certificate  of Improvements
USTOTIOE
Bis Hope Fraction Mineral Claim, situate in
the Trout Lake Mining Division of Koolenar
District.   Where .ooeled:-I'oplar Creek.
Take natter that I. Charles John Allen Newton l'aiilcj, of Nelson, B.C., r*ree Miner's Certi-
flralo No. aeges B, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Berorder for ■
I'erliflcate "f Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown (Irani of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
Secllou ti, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certifloate of Improvements.
Deled this Ulli day of January. A.D , IMS,
wod Jan IS ft J. A. N. PADIJSY.
Revclftoke Land District
District of West Kootenev.
Notice ie hero! y (riven that thirty
days from the date hereof I intend to
apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Uinils and Works for permission to
cut and carry away timber from the
following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north side of the N. K. Arm of
Upper Arrow Lnke at the M. K. C. L.
K3H, O. I., and marked R. Smith's
S. E. C," Thence west half a mile,
thence north one mile, theuce east
one half mile, mors or less to lake
shore, thence aloig lake short lo point
of commencement.
R. SMITH,
Per U. 0. Hall. Agent.
Dated Dec. 10th, 1007.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Ueada, Animal.. Birds, Fish, JKU-.,
MOUNTED
Animal   Hug. Mounted.
P 0. Boi 81.
Mludlo:   Corner nf First Ht and Boyle Are.
Kevelstoke, V. V THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
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$ Careful Compounding
. Prompt Delivery
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Weather Forecast
Saturday, Jan. 25, lor 24 hours.—
Light winds, generally lair, with cold
nights. Temp., max. 3S degrees; min.
24 degrees.
Local and General.
The Silver Cup property is now employing over sixty men.
Tlie iisiif.1 Sunday men's meeting in
tlie Y.M.C.A. will lw omitted tomorrow.
Work line been resumed on tint True
Fia.-tire, Hlue Bell, aud St. Elmo properties at Ferguson.
We understand the O.P.R. appropriation for Kevelstoke for 1008 is tlie
largest yet in tne history of the road.
The directors of the Y. M. C. A. met
on Thursday night for general busi-
nes« and the passing of several accounts.
The Bowman Lumber Company
have let a contract to Cory Menhen-
nick for a supply of saw logs from
Fish Creek.
Tlie regular monthly meeting of the
Ladies' Hospital Guild will be held in
the city hall on Tuesday afternoon ut
3:30 o'clock.
His Gracious Majesty King Edward
VII. celebjated ou Wednesday last the
seventh anniversary of his accession
to the throne of the British Empire.
There are indications that railroad
business is looking up. Sevoral train
crews have been put on this week and
conditions generally are improving.
The office of the B. C. Fruit & Produce Exchange has been moved from
the Lawreuce Block to the building
on 1st street opposite the Union hotel,
recently occupied by W. B. BobertBon,
In the Intermediate Basket Ball
League last night at the V M.C.A. the
Working Boys secured a hard fought
victory over the Public .School Boys,
score 30 to 20. Tbe latter put up a
fine game.
Tbe liist'hockey match of the season
was played thi, week at Nelson, between Rossland and Nelson, and
resulted iu a victory for Nelson, the
score being 7 to 3. The Nelson team
is exceptionally stroug this year.
The afternoon tea held on Wednesday by the Ladies Guild 0/ tit. Peter's
Church at the residence of Mis.lt
Cunningham Morris was a great success and tbe ladies express their
thanks to all who assisted and attended.
Mr. Cochrane, managing director of
tae Great Northern Mining Co., has
just returned from England and reports that he has got the sale oi the
Oyster Criterion mine, Camborne, well
in hand, aud has every reason to believe that the deal will go through.
Tue Gordon Yitagrapb Co. gave an
entertainment last night in the opera
house. Tonight there will be a complete change of programme, including
up-to-date films, and illustrated songs
An interesting evening may be spent
looking at these moving pictures.
II present reports are correct, the
work of building a permanent post-
office and custom otlice in Grand
Forks will be undertaken this year.
It 18 stated that the new structure
will cost $35,000 and will be located
on an ideal building site in the heart
of the city.
Owing to a sprain of one of her
ankie, caused by a false step while
getting out of a sleigh ou Thursday
night, Mi-. Crake was unable to walk
to tbe echooihouie on Friday morning. &he is almost well again, however, ai.d expects to be able to lake
her work on Monday morning.
Tbe Fancy Dress Carnival in the
Rink will take place on Tuesday, Jan
28, weather permitting, Handsome
prues will be given for the best gentleman's, boys', girls' and comic costumes, and a special prize will be
given for the best lady and gentleman
skaters in costume. The Grand
March, which is a new feature of next
Tuesday's Cnrnival, will commence at
8 p. ru. The nuk opens en Tuesday
night »a usual at 8 p.m.; iiias(|tieradere
are allowed on tlie ice at that ^our
Price* 2.1c. all round. Skaters are
allowed ou the ice immediately after
the Grand March. All ti asqueradcr*.
and those in fancy dress are psrticu-
laily ri'iuested to hand in their names
and characters represented on a card
at the door for publication in the
MaIL-HibaLD,
WHO
MAKES
YOUR
MEDICINE
That's a fair question.
After tlie doctor hns pre1
scribed for you, then who
mikes the medicine P Our
business is making good
medicine to the doctor's
orders.
WALTER BEWS, Phm.B.
Druogisi & Stationer
V ■ I    I      M     ■     .■
THE GOOD THINGS
OF   LIFE
ilm
Willi
■lalis
llfll'llCT
;i'   wisely.       l-'nr      insl
those who select their groi
here have the bust thore i
their table. For yourown 1
1'iii'tiiiii suppose you give u« ft
trial order. When you Bud how
much better our groceries are,
though costing the sitiue as. or
h'*s than, you usually pay, you
will regret not having tried us
before.
NO SMALL
WEDDING CAKE
1 s ever enough when we do the
bilking. It looks and tastes so
good that only a big one leaves
enough foi'the girls to dream on.
We iniike delicious cakes for
oilier functions too. For the
birthday, the church affair, the
social gathering. Why bothi
with home baking when we can
tin il 80 much better?
H03S0JV   <SL   "BELL
YOU CANT
MAKE ANY MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY
NICOLA  COAL
REAL ESTATE,    INSU RANGE: --Fire, Life in d
Acqident;    MONEY TO LOAN
KINC
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A I D    «Ss,
F I R S T
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[or their shave of hourly good wishes.
Interspersed with nil these was vocal
and instrumental music of very suit*
able selections, consisting of 11 very
line olinrus by the choir,aud solos,
duets, and quartettes by others. The
Ladles Aid served refreshments th. t
we.e very satisfactory. A ftee will
offering was given amounting to about
$220, to aid tne Trust and Ladies' Aid
boards,
7  Edison Parlor Theatre
Messrs. Willis & Cosgrove will open
the Edison Parlor Theatre at the
Selkirk Hall 011 Monday night, The
management have taken nu extended
lease of the hall and will run the
performance- nightly commencing nt
7:30 p. m , of one hour's duration.
The programme consists of the latest
Bioscope pictures and illustrated
songB. On Monday night the grand
opening programme will include up
to-date films, showing clill' climbing.
The Magnetized Man; Globe Trotters;
Old Mashers; and illustrated songs by
E. VV. t rotich, etc. Complete changes
will be made Mondays and Thursdays.
The show promises to be beautiful,
instructive and amusing and well
within the range of every purse. Admission,—Adults, 15o ; children, 10c.
Performances la-t one hour each,
-ommenciug 7:80, 8:45,0145 p.m.
The Swastika Cltti' held a very enjoyable dance at the Selkirk Hall last
night, with a large attendance. Several "Leap Year" dances were on the
programme.
William Whyte, second vice-president ot the C. P. B., says there is
nothing whatever in the Winnipeg
report that F. W. Peters, freight
maintger of that city, is to assume the
position of G. M. Bosworth, fourth
vice-president, and take charge of all
western freight and passenger traffic,
with headquarters at Winnipeg.
A special meeting of the Revelstoke
Branch of the B. C Fruitgrowers'
Association will be held on Wednesday next, Jan. 29th, in the city hall
at 7:30 o'clock to discuss the question
of entertaining the delegates to the
general meeting ol the B. C. Fruit &■
Produce Exchange to be held in the
city on Wednesday, Feb. 5th.
The Y'oung People's Society of Knox
Church will hold an entertainment in
the church parlors on Monday night,
beginning at 8 o'clock. The literary
committee will provide the program
for a "Burns'" evening. A cordial invitation is given to the public. No
admission but a silver collection. Refreshments will be served.
"The Swiss Alps are more massive,
ou a grander scale, and more cruel
and more cold than the Canadian
Rockies. For their beauty they cannot begin to compare wiih our mountains in Alberta and British Columbia.'' This is how A. 0. Wheeler, of
Calgary, president of the Alpine Club
of Canada, sums it up, These impressions he just gained on a trip to
Switzerland.
We understand that a change 11
qualification for active members of the
Alpine Club will be intrcduced this
year. President, A. n. Wheeler, is in
possession of photographs of Mount
Garibaldi and vicinity of the Pacific
Coast range, showing glaciers and
other Alpine features. This minima n
is considerably below 10,000 feet above
sea level aud its ascent involves difficult aud dangerous climbing. Those
who have essayed it tell an in teres til g
story of that region, and its discovery
materially changes the test nf active
membership. The Club will be asu'
to approve uf a clause making 2,500
feet above tbe timber line on a glaci-r
hung mountain, the lowest altitude in
the test for qualification. The Camp
this year will be located at Rogers'
Pass.
Social and Personal
W. F. Ogilvie of N'akusp is in lhe
city this week.
Mrs. Allan MoNab of Camloops is
visiting friends in the city.
Mi-a James, of this city, has bc«n
visiting Mrs. J.I.  Brown ar Kamloops.
Mrs.   Kennedy   of   llleoillewaet   is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klson in
the city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. McRae gave a very
enj lyable young   people's  evening on
Tuesday last.
Mrs. L. T. Solloway of Vanoouver Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Purvis of this
city.
Mrs. E. S. Topping, of Vancouver, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. II.
1-ewis, in the city
Mrs. W. H. Pratt gave, a progressive
euchre party to a iarge circle ol friends
on Thursday afternoon, Mrs. |; R
Atkins, MrB. A. K Phipps and Mis ,(,
P. McLennan were the prise winm is.
$1000
Cash, balance OH terms, will buy ft
modern eight room dwelling nn 'I liird
Street—Revelstoke lleneral Agencies,
1.united.
Baptist Church Opening
Tomorrow, Sunday, January 2(i,
will be a red letter day and one tn be
remembered in the history of the
Baptist people of Revelstoke, when
their handsome new church on
Sicnd street and Connaught avenue
will be opened for worship. The
church is unique in design 11 severe
yet handsome edifice and wnitby of
tbe congregation who have caused it
lo be built. Tbe interior is plain yet
comfortable, the pews being of stained
aih as are tlie platform fitttings. The
south window is of three Norman
lights filled with richly colored glass
The building is lighted by a handsome
brass cliandalier of thirty-five electric
lamps, besides wall fixtures. The
social looms and Baptistry are elegantly fitted up. The dedication
Bervice will be held tomorrow at 11
a.m., and the sermon will be preached
by the Rev. D. E. Hatt of Vanoouver.
At 4 p.m. another service will be held
at which short addresses will be delivered by Mr. Hatt and the city
pastors. In the evening at 7.30 the
sermon will be preached by the Rev.
W. P. Freeman, pastor of the  church.
Everyone is cordially welcomed ami
invited to attend all services.
Methodist Church Social
Churches.
8t. Andrew's Pukwivtf.uiax—Rev
W. C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, la.ii. 20
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 pin, Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible Class, 2.30
p.m. M,iruinc, "Temple Cleansing,"
Evening, " A Lesson from Isaiah,"
Young People's meeting Monday nt 8
p in. Prayer meeting Wedmsday 8
p.m. Choir practice and teachers'
meeting Friday 8 p.m.
Baptist—Rev. W. P. Freeman, B.A.
pastor. Servicesatllft.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school at 2.30 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. meets Monday at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p.m
Dedication services Jan. 26th, Rev. D.
Hatt, of Vancouver, will preach dedication sermon at 11 a.m. Special
s rvioe at. 4 n,m , short addresses by
city pastors. Evening sermon by pastor, subject, "Behold the Mao." All
welcome.
Knox Pbesbyteriak—J. R. Robertson, B. LV, minister. Sunday services
at 11 a m and 7:30 p m. Sunday
school at 2:30. Morning subject—
"Christ's Strange Action in the
Temple." Evening subject—"Physical Powers in Christian Character."
Young People's Society on Monday night ut 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting on Wednesday, and Choir practice
on Friday night A cordial we come
is given to all the services.
Methodist—Rev T.W. Hall, pastor.
Services on Sunday as follows: Class
meeting at 10:30 a.m. Public service
at 11 a. m. Sunday scbo .1 and Bible
class at 2 30. Evening service at 7:30
Morning sobjoot, "The Heart at Full
Tide in Every Good Work." Evening,
"The Bible—Its Age, Prophetical
Proof and Its Present Relation to
the Human Family." The Epworth
League of 0. E. on Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 p.m. A hearty invitation
i9 extended to all,
St. Petee's Anglican—Rev. 0. A.
Procnnier, M A., rector 3rd Sunday
utter Bpiphsny.   Following is a list of
rvices;    8 a.m.   Holy   Communion,
11  am.   Matins, Litany and   Sermon,
interesting oongregational 17.80 p.m., Evensong.    Sunday School
2:30 pm      The   Rector will preach at
both services.
A   very
gathering   was   held   on   Wednesday
evening in the Methodist Church. The
programme was   unique and was a departure from the ordinary       Each d -
partment of church work was brought
forward   by one person proposing tbe
welfare ui the department, on lhe same
principle as a  toast, and   the proposi
tion   spoken   to   by   Bnotber person.
The  departments   were     The Pulpit,
;, ir,  Cungregatiun,  Sunday Schoo'
j Epworth League, I ■ iea' Aid, Trust. •
I and Quartetly Boards.   Thecitj Press
and Mayor and Con noil  also came in
Three brands of toilet soaps to sell
at 17,'i'.. per box, for one week ut C. B.
Hume & Co.
Large navel oranges, bananas and
eating apples just opened up at C. B.
Hume .^" Co's.
Japanese table mats, crumb trays,
and odd lines of fancy toilet sets, on
show nt greatly reduced prices at 0.
B. Hume £ Go's.
WOOD PULP
AND PAPER CO.
Arrange to Put a Large Force
of Men to Work on Their
Property   on  Howe   Sound
Near Vancouver.
♦*•
Ariungi mentsare being made by the
British Canadian Wood Pulp and
Paper Co., Ltd., of Vancouver, says
the World, to put a lurge force of men
to work on their pr, party, on Howe
Sound, 25 miles from the city, where
they are to erect a large plant for the
manufacture of newspaper, wrapping
paper, box boards, etc. The plan of
tlie company is to complete tlie pulp
mill beiore Commencing the work on
the plant lur the manufacture of finished paper. This will enable tho
company to go on the market with
their output of wood pulp while the
paper plant is under course of construction. The demand for wood pulp
is equally as great 11s for finished
paper, and it will Im in' difficult to
contract the enliie output either in
England, Japan, Australia or the
United States. Tin company are able
to manufacture chen.i'iil wood pulp
at about $28 por ton, aud tbo product
is now worth from $50 to $00 per ton,
either at lhe New York or London
markets. The question uf securing
sufficient wood pulp for the universal
supply t.f paper is one that is now
perplexing ihe minds of both domestic
and foreign manufacturers, and one
that is gradually becoming more
.serious and difficult. The world's
coi sumption of paper is increasing at
an enormous rate while the material
from which to manufacture is gradu
ally decreasing. The company are
now placing their first allotment of
prefened stock on the market in
blocks of 100 at $1 per share. The
preferred stock is entitled to a dividend
ol 7 per cent, commencing Nov. 1st.,
1908, but unlimited as to further
dividends. The company have al
ready given notice that ull applications
w
TONIGHT
; OPERA HOUSE
GORDON VITAGRATH
Moving Pictures
Illustrated Songs
Having last played six weeks
at the Elite Theatre at Vancouver, now showing at the
Opera House, the following :
Thaw. White-Tragedy.
The Indian's Revenge.
The Automobile Hold-Up.
100 to 1 Shot.
Around the World in 30 Days.
Sherlock Holmes.
Many equally interesting
Subjects
Two hours  of  Refined,  High
Class, Amusing and  Instructive
Entertainment.
General Admission 25c
Reserved Scuts oOc
Seats on Sale at Canada. Drug &
Book Co.
Complete Change Each Night
H
RESOLVED
TIMES MAY cTHANOE AND MEN MAY
CHANCE WITH THEM. AND STYLES MAY
CHANGE Too-BUT SQUARE DEALlNCi
NEVER, CHANGES- WE KEEP UP VI TR
THE TIMES
BUSTER BRown
.a*35a« ^|
cs*-r?
fancied
13-2,
NO .SUN DIAL METHoDaS IN OUR. .STORE. WE
DON'T CARRY OVER .STUFF UNTIL IT GET.S
OUT-OF-DATE. WE WOULD RATHER .SELL
WHAT WE HAVE LEFT OVER OF OUR JEAaSoN'-S
.STOCK, .SO THAT NEXT YEAR WE HAVE BRAN
NEW, UP-TO-DATE QOOD.5.
OF COUR.5E WHAT WE HAVE IN OUR .STORE
NOW ARE -JU.5T THE PROPER THLNG.S FOR
THI.S .SEASON. IF YOU NEED .ANYTHING TO
WEAR COME To UaS AND GET IT.
WE ARE .SELLING AT REDUCTIONS -STAPLE
LINES WHICH NOW GO OUT OF STYLE. WE TRY
To GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL THE YEAR
HERE ARE SOME OF   THE   PRESENT
ROUND.
PRICES
Stanfteld's Underwear  $4.00
Men's Fine Shirts, $1.25
Boys' Suits $5.00
Flannelette Underwear $1.00
Good Lustre Blouses $1.75
Warm House Slippers $1.25
Boys' Heavy Wool Hose 75c
Fine Wash Goods 40c.
Ladies' Coats
Childrens' Coats
All Our Furs
Silk Initial Handkerchiefs
Now $2.85
Now 90c.
Now $2.50
' - Now 80c
Now $1.30
Now 75c
Now 50c
Now    25c
- HALF PRICE
HALF PRICE
- HALF PRICE
3 for 50c
McLENNAN'S
TAYLOR BLOCK, REVELSTOKE
(or first allotment shares, either lor
large or small blocks, in order to be
entitled to lull allotment must be
received by the Columbia Agencies,
Limited, Revelstoke.
This industry means a ('.real deal to
Western Canada. One of the important features of the new company is a
provisal in the articles of association
which provides that no member shall
be entitled to vote mure than $5,000
shares of the stock of the corporation,
whether held directly or indirectly by
said member, tbe object being to pte
vent any one person from securing
sufficient stock to dictate* policy to
the corporation.
NEW DWELLING
On Four'.h Street to rent, all conveniences—Revelstoke General Agencies. Limited.
Liberal Association
The general annual meeting ol the
Bevelstoke Liberal Association will be
held on Thursday, Jan. 30tb, at 8:30
p. m. in their building on First street,
recently occupied by the Salvation
Army. Every Liberal is requested to
attend.
W.  B.   RoilERTSON,
Secretary.
DON'T KICK
At your fuel but give tie your next
order and be satisfied. Dry wood,
Hard and Soft coal—Revelstoke Gen •
eral Agenoiee, Limited.
WANTED—Small Furnished house
or Rooms (or housekeeping (or email
family of adults, central location.
Apply office Mail-Herald.
E
'\ PRRIENCBD W litre's wan
Apply CLIMAX HOTEL,
■d.
OUR JANUARY CLEARING SALE
Dress Goods
in... and 60c, Tweed fui   26c.   75c. and 86c Tweed
for60c    itl aOTweed for91 00
Comforts, Blankets
We .ui' now offering at Our January Sale Price.
Men's Odd Pants
Heavy Tweed at 91.25.   Extra Heavy Tweed. Reir.
Price $3.00, now $2.25.
Ladies Skirts SSStumes
One Lot Of Ladles'Skirts, Prices  ranging from 91
to $11.   Now just half their regular price.
Voilee, Panama and  Venetian Skirts.   These are
new     Just to hand  ill  the  lust  Kltliiys.    We are
offering them  now  at greatly  reduced  prices  to
clear t hem out.
One only Ladles' Costume, slue B0.     Regular Price
97 .71.   now 916j  Regular Price 922.50, now $12.1X1;
Ki-guiai Pi iii'910. n"w «H-
All Wool Venetians
Regular Price 11.25, now B0
Men's Suits
Extra  good value, $12,   now $9,00;   Fine Black
Serge, $16.00, now $10.50.
Broad Cloth
Imported    Regulai l'i • s 1. 8      a 11,75.
Boys Norfolk Suits
Regular Price, $5,00; now $3.00.   Boys' Odd Pants
Dress Patterns
182T. values now 112,60.
Misses Underwear
In Grey only.   Extra good values at 860, each.
tale Pi iii' 20c.- nil sites'
111 60c. per pair.
Heavy Sox for Men
All  Wool.   Five  Pairs   for   $1.00.   Men's Blac
Oashiileru .Sox - tl pairs for 91,00.
Furs! Furs!
Men's Overcoats
Regular Price 912, now #«.'*); Regular Price $8.00,
now 96.00,
Boys' Overcoats
Boys'Overcoats arid EtofvH at Half Pi ice.
One only, Isabella PurHet.     Regular Price $75,00
Now UttUUO
One only Canadian Mink Boa,     Regular Price #40,
now #27.1111,
Russian Mink Boas and Stolen,  one .ulv, Boa, HI"'.
now $:i0; one only boa, 925, now 915 oneonlv i	
$IH, now 910; nrii'iinlv, Stole,   920 now H\2:   une
only. Stole,   $10, now fft'l.
Men's Underwear
Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear at 50 Cents
a irarinent.                     K   -J
Men's  Extra Heavy All Wool Underwear.   Sale
f-TTTT  Price 75c. Per Garment.
This Is a Clearing- Sale All Over the Store.
CALL   EARLY   TO
OET
No Reserve. Goods at Your Own Price.
THE   BEST   BARGAINS.
Bargain
Sale
REID   &   YOUNG
Bargain
Sale
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