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Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family use there is nothing" so
wholesome and so pure as HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
For ease oi operation and perfection
iu results produced, this Machine
is unsurpisstd —PuiCK: 160 00 rash.
Interior Publishing Co, Agents
Vol. 14,-No 5
PfJTj'ucial  Lib
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
If you are not getting your share of tbe Bargains we
are selling just now it is your own fault—THEY CERTAINLY ARE HERE I
Ladies' All-Wool Underwear Vests and Drawers,
nicely trimmed with wove lace, in white or natural colors.
These sell regularly at 91.75.   Now selling at 90C.
Union Half Cotton and Half Wool. Sell regularly at
60c.   You can buy them now at 25C.
Ladies' lllaek Cashmere Hose, sizes 8J W, ilj, full size.
Ci eat values at 40c.   You can buy them nuw for 25 C-
We have 6 Ladies' Coats in Fancy Tweeds-all this
year's Coats, sizes 36, 38, 40. They were $18 to $23. You
can have yotit choice for $9.50
10 Ladies' Skirts in nice Check Tweed, nicely tailored.
They are regular $7.50 Skirts sellicg for $3.75
A Table of Remnants—every piece with a Price Ticket
on it—easy picking. Something in the lot to please any
White Silk Waists in the New Emhroidcried Fronts,
Sizes 36, 38, 40—no two alike. A lovely lot. You will
surely like them.   They are $6.00 Waists for $3.75
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
I Fail Ceods ArrMrir Dally.    Dreasmakln*- and Millinery Rooms, ind floor I
E (Sreat Cut tn Enameleb Mare
For this week we are offering some great bargains in Stranksy Ware .
and in some of our Best Lines of Blue Ware.
Enameled Tea Kettles, No. 0, $2 00 Sale
Enameled Tea Kettles, No. 8 $1.75 Sale
SlopJPails, $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, $125 Sale
"      Lipped Sauce Pans, 75c Sale
"      Decorated Tea and Coffee Pots $1,00.  . .Sale
Decorated Tea and Coffee Pots $1.25... .Sale
Price $1 25
i Price
$1 15
i Price $1 90
Price $1 30
Quite a number took advantage of our Sale of Nickle-Plated Ware
last week and are watching for our next Sale.
See Our South Window for These Bargains.
Choice Building Plot, Second Street, 50 i 100 feet. —$ 560
Corneron Third Street, 125 x 100 feet.            • —$1400
Double Corner, Fifth Street, 60 x 100 leet.          - —   350
Two-Acre Blocks, suitable for Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre
$100 and $160
If you are, the question of cost is
no doubt an important consideration.   Design next.
Onlv selection nfCiil <I hiss in town
To be Had in North Vancouver
Real Estate.
Mr. J. E. Elkini, of Elkins Bros, of
Vancouver, has been in tbe city for a
few weeks selling desirable real estate,
in North Vancouver. His property ia
conveniently situated near the water
front, street car line and proposed
bridge acr so the second Narrows
and is especially suitable tor building,
being level and well drained. There
are just two lots left unsold, 50 by 160
at tbe very low price of $260 on reasonable terms The future value of
these lots is unquestionable, as severs!
railroad, are onming in that side and
resl estate has more than quadrupled
in value durng the las, yrai nr two
This is a chance nl a life time bra
certain and safe investment.
J. E. Elkins, at Sibbald A Field's
Otlice, will give any further inform
Famous Novelist Passes Away
in Extreme Poverty.
Florence, Jan. 28.—"Ouida"( Louise
de la Ramee), the novelist, died on
Saturday at Viareggio, after an illness
extending over a long period She
died in most distressing poverty, her
only attendant be'ng tn old servant
woman, in whose arms she expired.
She was completely b ind in one eye
and the other eye was also • fleeted
through her having suffered so much
from exposure and privation. During
the last lew months ol her life she was
compelled at times to sleep in the
open air, when unable to pay (or a
night's lodging. The immediate cause
ol death is set down as asthma complicated by heart disease.
Ouida hud a passionate fondness for
dogs and up to the very last was surrounded by many of them, depriving
herself of even tbe necessaries of life
in order to feed them.
The minister of instruction bad sent
her on several i cessions recently considerable contributions, which bad
been subscribed for her aid.
Boards of Trade's Request for
NELSON, Jan. 28.—The Associated
Boards of Trade, which couvened at
Moyie this week, have passed a strong
resolution in favor of an extension of
the lead bounty for another term of
five years, and have also accredited
Messrs. J. L. Retallack and L. Pratt as
delegates from the bo.ird to Ottawa to
press upon the Dominion government
tbe plaints of 'he lead mine owners.
The resolution reads: "Therefore
be it resolved thai the Dominion
government be ask.d to extend the
lead bounty for another period of five
years, with tbe addition that the sliding scale be made to apply when lead
is £18 or lower, instead of Xl6 or lower,
as at present."
Railway Accidents.-
The Canadian railways during tbe
year ended June 30,1907, killed ore
out otevery 468,104, and injured one
out ol every 91,199 passengers carried.
The total number ol passengers killed
was 70 aud the total number injured
Tbe slaughter of 35 persons and injuries 387 others are attributed to
broken rails, and the need of care in
the manufacture of this portion of
railway equipment is thereby strongly
emphasized. Now that the heavy
demands on the steel rail mills have
ceased the nuikers may find it possible to turn out a higher class article
and better calculated to stand the
increased strain ol present day  traffic.
Tbis year', accidents cost tbe railways $1,961,970, including $642,248
for injuries to persons. Amongst the
remedies urged are a stricter inspection
of rails, r ad bed and equipment, the
adoption of a thorough block- system
and an emphatic holding to account
of those responsible for accidents
Edison Parlor Theatre.
There will be an entire change of
programme at the Edison Parlor
Theatre commercing tomorrow, Thursday, for three nights. Patrons of this
pleasing and instructive performance
will find a set of pictures even more
interesting than tbe last. They will
depict the prowess of tbe Athletic
American Girl, stirring sconces of
rescue from a lighthouse. The Magic
Umbrella, etc. As advertised there
will be an entirely new set ol pictures
and a new illustrated song every
Monday and Thursday.
Fire Alarms.
Box 1—Near Woudrow's butcher shop
" 3—Near   E. A. Bradley's   and N
T.   Edwards'   residence,  2nd
street, west.
" 4—B   A.  Lawson's corner, oppo-
Cowan Ii nek.
" —Call from Fire Hall No. 2.
Box 2— Alarm at No. 2 Fire Hall.
" 6—Mrs. Little's residence 2nd it E
" 6—Opposite tbe Roman Oatbolic
Church, McKenzie ave. W side
" 7—At Canada Drug corner.
" 8—Opposite   Custom   House and
Opera House, and call from
" 9—R' velstoke Club corner.
. m . —
Pure Bird Seed, thoroughly cleaned.
Sulil at C. R. Macdonald's.
Large buttles of Rowat's Worcester
Sauce, 20c per bottle for one woek
only.   C. B. Hume dt Co.
Thaw Defence — Revolution
Ended—Costly Blaze—Lord
Charles to Retire — Soap
New Yobk, Jan. 29—The Thaw
defence closed its case yesterday with
"manic-depressive insanity" as the
explanation of the death of Stanford
White at the bands of tbe young
Pittsburg millionaire.
Hayti, Jan. 29.—Tbe revolution in
Hayti has been suppres-ed. Jean
Junei.li, leader of tbe movement, has
been captured at Desealincs, a little
hamlet close to (inn lives, and was at
once shut by I be government troops
that made his capture.
Portland, Maine Jan. ii)—A fire
wliich several times thre.tenet! sen
ously to wipe out the business district
of this city and which caused damage
estimated at over $900,UOO before it
was finally controlled, It ke out
yesterday. I
London, Jan. 29.—It is rumored
that Lord Charles Beresford will
shortly retire from the ci mmand of
the channel fleet and tbat Admiral
Sir Arthur Moore, the co-i.u.under of
the China station, has been ordered
home to bold himself in readiness to
supersede him.
Winnipeg, Jan. 29.—The ruihor
tbat Lever Brothers, the manufacturers of "Sunlight" soap, and one of the
largest Boap firms in the wo. Id. h„d
acquired the Royal Crown Soup Works
here, received reliable confirmation today. Lever Brothers have neon malting heavy investments in Canada
lately, with a view to controlling the
soap trade of the country.
Lisbon, Jan. 29—The Republicans
have issued a manifesto to the country, in which they announce their
object to be tbe termination of the
monarch of oppression. Iu conclusion, tbis manifesto says: '-Republicanism is sacred to the cause f independence and the national dignity.
Members for Revelstoke and
Okanagan in Running.
Victoria, Jan. 28.—The Premier
will late today introduce tbe Gov rn-
ment's bill amending the constitution
and providing fnr a department of
public works and a department of
lands. It requires three separate
Hon. Mr. Fulton will, of course, be
Minister of Lands, and Price Ellison,
member for Okanagan, and ThoniHB
Tay!or, of Revelstoke, seem to be the
favorities for the new office of Minister
of Public Works.
The House yesterday gave an exhibition of business capacity and leeisla-
tive expedition that nlmo'st reached a
Within two hours the three moft
important bills of tbe^ session were
introduced, that by the Premier to
establish a Department of Publio
Work, the- second by Dr. Young,
creating tho University of British
Columbia, and the third hy royal
message for Civil Service Reform and
Superannuation. These receiv.d their
first formal readings. They will likely
be debated towards the latter part of
the week.
A Gorgeous Wedding
New York, Jan. 28 —In the lamoua
Vanderbilt mansion at Fifth avenue
and Fifty-seventh street, at noon today, ' Gladys, youngest daughter ol
Mrs, Cornelius Vanderbilt, cousin of
tbe Duchess of Marlborough, and one
of the richest American heiro'see,
became the bride ol C Mini Lsm.'o Jenn
Man • Heurik Simon Si.qhe.iyl, a
yi.une 11 miliaria > nobleman of ancii n'
lineage and c>mf i I hie (or line Las-
summer Miss Vuideib It beoane uf
age, and under the provision of her
father's will entered into p is«e«siiiii nf
her share ol hi* great fortune, estimated at from $12,000,000 to $16,000,-
Missing Cashier
Ashcrokt, B. C, Jan. 28—0. C-
Mathes, the absconding cashier of tbe
Exchange Bank of Blaine. Wash., who
has been a fuuitive for several days,
bus been a i rested here by Sheriff
Williams nf B-llingham
Mathes i q .ite willing tn return to
Blaine and give every assistance possible to clear up th" .'Hairs of the
wrecked bank. Sheriff W lliams will
leave for Vancouver to-morrow with
bis prisoner.
Revelstoke the Entrepot of the
Interior and West Kootenay
The year 1907 has run its course and
has vanished into the dim shadow-land
ol the past. Like all years that most
men have seen it has brought varied
fortunes to various people, places and
communities and countries. Yet it
is the good fortune of the people of
Keve.stoke, looking at it from a local
senile aud that as regard, the present
article, ie the only one with which
they are concerned, to be able to say
that its joys have far exceeded its
sorrows and it leaves behind a cup
overflowing with promise, of good
things for tbe future W ith the ex
ception of the loss of some loved and
trusted fellow citizens, providence has
dealt kindly witb our people and a
c'y has been free from auy serious
epidemic of sickness and disease. In
almost every line indicative of tbe
growth of a city, Revelstoke shows for
tbe past twelve months a most com-
nn Tillable increase. Its homes have
multiplied and been filled as soon as
built. Its schools and churches have
steadily grown in the number of attendants, as evidenced by tbe erection
and establishment of the new Baptist
oburch, which was dedicated on Sunday last. New business houses and
enterprises have been regularly established hi,.1 the merchants, in spite of
tbe comparative dull times occasioned
by the financial stringency and poor
crops, all report excellent business
The population has largely increased
and the property of all resident citizens lias been much improved and
correspondingly increased in value.
Improvements in municipal work have
heen carried out and entered upon
with every promise of being completed
tbis year. Hotels have been refitted
and enlarged and comfortable accom-
in.illation provided by all the houses
for tbe travelling public. Merchants
and other business men have imported
larger sticks and have made commendable efforts to supply the growing
trade of the district.
Tbe post office, customs and inland
revenue offices, government offices and
banks all show a gratifying increase
of revenue speaking more loudly than
words of the progress of the city. The
general volume of trade has been
greatly augmented and the financial
turnover increased. In fact, every
line shows progress, steady and permanent—no boom progress, which
should commend itself to the observant settler of West Kootenay.
Our citizens need not look at the
past except to gather its lessons and
these are some: Their star is in the
ascendant and its zenith will come
in duecmrse. The future is bright
witb promise to the :wbple country
and consequently it might be said to
Revelstoke. But no, it. needB no such
contingent and dependent prospects
of n future, as it can show advantages
of is own and inducements enough
for the hardiest prospector, the most
enterprising business man and the
most mnnied capitalist. The future
of Kevelstoke is indisnlubly connected
ivitn tbo growth of West Kootenay
trade of which district it is a moat
mportant centre and with the development of the surrounding richly
mineralized mining properties, vast
timber areas, extensive agricultural
tracts and physical and geographical
advantages for transport, with the
upper country as well as other points
which at once give our city a distinct
claim as a commercial centre. The
present depression In railroad business
has caused considerable co cern in all
circles which is excusable owing to
the fact thai the C. P. It have direct
influence upon our city business and
are in a sense the chief medium of the
prosperity which Revelstoke h..s mill ub'idly created. We leel assured
tbat ibis <l.:pre<<si.,n is only temporary
and iu a short while the wheels ol
i dustry will one mine turn and 'tie
pay roll be again in motion. Many
-una there aie that Kevelstoke as a
supply point will be better established
•iy tbe halation ol several important
enterprises which will help to swell
the volume of its wealth and tend to
make it a further entrepot of whole
sale trade.
In the face of the natural resources
surrounding ber, Revelstoke can never
be deprived of the position which is
hers to fill and ber citizens should
remember this, and in spite of dull
times and financial depression, stand
closer to tbeir city, and by individual
help, aid in tbe up keep of our civic
pre:.tigc for the sake of a community
who must of necessity prosper and
ultimately bring their city to the
forefront of any in the interior. There-
lore whatever can be done by   Revel-
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 h om e.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 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.
Guaranteed  Pure, in the following :      Strawberry,
Raspberry, Cherry, Peach, Crab Apple.
All   New Goods   just  arrived and   we  guarantee
Quality.    Try them.
Bourne   Bros.
HARD GOAL fmnUBTTES at   $9.00 per ton  Is the cheap-st
Coal on ihe ma k I.
They start tl r is e wily as dry wood ind last as long us hard coal.
Canbe used in Furnaces, Cook Sloes, Heaters,  SelfFeedeie and
open grates.^
We have a large stock on hand ready for immediate delivery and
will fill your order promptly.
Revelstoke General. Agencies, Limited
& Sut&er
D B A L E R S    I I?       r",,,~
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St Op. Union Mel
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Branches iu the Provinces of Manitehs, Alberta, Baskatebewan,
British  i iiiun.l'ia. Ontario, Quebec.
Capital Authorised ... •10,000,060.00
Capital Paid Up ....    •4,tSo,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund .... S4,S0o,ooo.oo
D. R. WilkIE, President; Hon. R. Jajtray, Vice-President.
A General Banking Butlnees Transacted.
Drafts sold .-.variable in all  parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.    Special attention given to Collections.
Savinge Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
Bevelstoke Branoh. B. C—H. T. Jaffray, Manager
stoke citizens to encourage the development ol their b une city and to
iidve tiae their resources in encourng
ing trade (or their city and advancing
their own uitu -sis should be
entered upon. The reward is not
now so Ur off as some think and
to those who have borne the burden
and heat of tbe day, those who for
long years have worked for the advancement ol West Kootenay's interests and development.—and some ol
them could be named—to them te the
greatest honor.
Foot fair, draw to a bair,
Your stone being well directed.
You'll bit your aim and win tbe game.
If you miss, be not dejected.
With  favorable  weather aud   good
ice tbe curlers are enjoying their favorite sport  to  their  heart's content,
and good progress is  being made in
the   different  competitions. 'Nightly
large crowds  of  iuterested spectators
atber round the eurling rinks to
watch the skill of the "knights of tbe
■ rs..vi." and if tbr g une continues to
increase iu poptiUrit as it has uf late
liete, lie curling club will be confronted with tbe necessity of either
bmldi"g h rink of their own or arranging for mure ice accommodation.
Some closely contested game* have
been played tbis week, but the competitions have not narrowed down sufficiently, as yet, to pick a winner in
any of the events. Tbe followiug nre
tbe results of games played sinoe our
last issue:
Calgary Cup—
Rse 16, Pinkham 8
Rose 14, Brown 7
Donald 8, Sturdy 7
Edwards 14, Foote 9
Young 11, Donald 3
Burns' Cup—
Jaskson 11, Barber 9
Foote 16, Donald 5
Rae 11, Sturdy 7
Equitable Cup—
Jackson IS, Edwards 6
Brown 9, Ro*e 8
She flDaiUlbcvalb.
Barristers, Solicitors,   Etc
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chai. Ml'KPHY.
Haroi.ii Kishkr
Harris!.rs. Solicitors, Klc.
C. E. OlLl.i.V J- 0. Kl.l.lOTT.
O.-ncEe :   Im 'Eiiial   Bank   Hiock,   REVEL-
* STOKE,  B. 0.
Money io loan. ,   _ _
OrHi.es: Revelstoke, B.C.; Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. McC'aktek,
i. M. Pinkham, j. a. Hakvkv.
Revelstoke, B. C.       Oranbrt ik, H. C.
J. M. Scott  I.I/D W, I. BriKKs.
Barrihtkrs, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
'SOLICITORS for Molsiins Hank
Kevelstoke, B.C.
First Street.
Assar  ol all Ores,  Samples by mall or expresi
receive prompt attention
Term, Moderate.
Addsis, •      •      Box i:« KlSIX), B. C.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 108, Rkvelstokk.
teacher of piano, vocal
Purasta prepared tor Conservatory
nnd University Examinations.
BTCDIO-At   Mrs.   J.   C.    Hjtchison's   Con-
naugbt Avenue.
Mining, Real Estate, Business, Financial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents.
Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled on Mines, Land and Timber.
B.  C.
Black Watch
Black Ping
The Chewing Tobacco
of Qyality.
Gbe flfcaiUlberalb
There i. so much bad iu the best of us
A^'l so much «;i>.Mi in the worst nf us.
Tnat it hardly behuuTes any of us,
To talk about the r.st of us.
After ail there is a good deal in talk.
Let a man talk dull times and it is infectious, everybody talks dull times.
Instead uf rustling around to take care
of what busiuess there is, they all go
and sit down and mope over dull
times. If a customer does ha, pen to
drop into one of those "dull times''
stores lie actually gets frightened out
of one-ball as much as he expects to
buy because things look so blue, He
catcbei tbe dull spirit and resolves to
hang on to his money with a death
grip, even if he lacks tbe necessaries
of life. Ihe bug bear of bard times
sho-ild lie .at down upon, it is doing
more to kill business than anything
else. 1 el I a man be is sick, keep it I
up, and you will eventually hound 1
him to deatn.
succeeded in having appropriations for
these public utilities and there is no
reason why Revelstoke should not be
afforded tbe same consideration. The
results would well repay tbe government outlay and further secure the
goodwill of an already valuable section
Tbe people nre unanimous in their
wish for a bridge and their petitions
should curry some weight, provided
that oorreepondingly good represents
tion was made to the government, foi
tbo pressing ol their claims. We hopi
that tbe Board of Trade will not let
tbe mutter drop now that interest lias
been aroused, and endeavor to bring
about a result which ia only according
to the city's deserts.
C. W. O. VV.
Mountain  Viow Camp. No. 229.
Meet.   Second  and   Fourth   Wudno duvs 111
rai-ii iiHuiili, iii Bulkfrk II.oi.   Visiiin   Wo.-d-
men cordially Invltud In all, nil.
IV, li. AiLMSTltOSU. Con. Join.
J   MiUNTYKK, Clerk.
F. O. E.
Tho rsgntar meetings are hold in tho Bolkirk
Hull every Tuosday evening nl 8 n'doc*. Visiiin,; brethren urn cordially Invited.
J.   LI'NI.I Hi.   I'UKSlUKNT.
W. E. alcLAl'I'HLlN.SiiiuKrAliv.
It   is   interesting   to note that th.i
Board of  Trade  sre exercising themselves   concerning   a   trallic     bridge
aCrOal   the   Columbia   and it is up to
the citizens   as   a   whole to endorse
their action in tbis matter snd support any movement that may be sfool
for tbe furtherance of this object. The
settlement across the river is growing
and tbe want of direct communication
witb the city   is badly felt, and apart
from tbat tbe development of the
upper country will be materially
assisted by tbis means of communication were it put in. Revelstoke has
brought in to the provincial treasury
considerably more than she has de
rived from it herself in return and the
riding being one ol the most important and valuable to the government,
it is only natural to expect a f.iir r -
turn. The people have represented
the matter to the government often
enough, but as yet with ii" tangible,
direct     result. Other     cities     I f
tbe   province,   lees   fjeseiving   have
Prepare to Affiliate With B. C.
Fruit & Produce Exchange
Victoria, Jan. 28.—Arrangements
arc slowly but surely being iniide by
tho fruitgrowers of this district to
organize themselves into a fruitgrowers' exchange, and to join with
the central organization lor British
Columbia, with headquarters at Kevelstoke.
At the annual meeting last week
a number of new by-laws were brought
up to facilitate tbo working of tbe
association, and H. l'tickle was appointed ii delegnto to attend the
annual meeting at Revelstoke, on
February 5th. The meeting passed a
resolution pledging support to the
gxchange, and u number of shares
were taken up. No difficulty is expected in raising all the necessary
nouey to put tbe movement on a good
working b.isis.
A quiet but very preity wedding
was solemnized nt the home ol Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Tompkins. Bristol,
Carleton county, Out., on Tuesday the
31st Dec, when their only daughter.
Miss Ella K. Tompkins was united in
marriage to Hiram 11. C Banks,
formerly of Florenceville, but now
engaged in the lumber business at
Leavenworth, Washington. Tliecen-
mony was performed by Rev. A. A.
Hideout, of Kredericton, cousin of the
bride, in the presence of only a few
immediate relatives and friends of the
young couple. The rooms were very
tastily decorated in honor of the
The bride was handsomely gowned
in cream silk, with lace and applique
trimmings, and carried u shower
bouquet of white roses. After the
ceremony tbe guests partook of a
tempting wedding dinner.
Both bride and groom are popular,
and friends expressed their good will,
with some beautiful wedding remeni-
berunces. The happy couple left on
tbe afternoon express for il short
honeymoon trip. J,_The bride's going
away gown was of garnet broadcloth
with hat to match.
Galena Bay
Kroin our own corespondent.
A pleasant social evening was spent
at the residence of Mr. .1. Shaw on tbe
22nd., a number ol the settlers gathering together to in it in te the local tiller t
for future entertainments. A varied
selection of songs and recitations wer.'
given of sutllcient merit to justify i
concert later on. The evening was
wound up with cards and other table
Much activity is expected in tb>
way of clearing land and genera'
ranch business tbe coming spring, by
reason of the large inllux of settlers
No liner location   for summer  rest
deuces can be procured on  the  Arrow
Lakes than tbe   portion   of   Lot  211"
fronting th"   lake   hire.     Thi    land
rectdes   by   a   gradual   ascent  from a
clean   stretch   of   foreshore of sandy
formation.and commands a   mag
cent view   of   lake   and    mountains
This property is held bj   Jobu Mi  ■
and i- for disposal,
Masquerade Ball at Nakusp.
A   successful   masquerade ball \as
held   at   the   Leland   Hotel NTskus|
M'-K'itrick   A   Ogilvie, managers    on
Monday   night    ths   hollowing being
prize winners.
liest lady—Mrs. A   N   Cowan
Best gentlemen — It   Clark.
Comie lady—Mrs. I. F  MoDongnld
Comic gent—I.   V. McDougald
R Abbie  was swarded the prise for
the   liest   comic lady, but whet,  it was
time to unmask he was found to be   f
the wrong sex, so tbe prize was nwird
wi to Mrs. McDougald.
Knot, ii.iv   LmUu No. 15 Al'.ftlSl.
. -.     - .. < Tho regular meet
V      iiiK- am held in tie
'71   Masonic
f) Masonic Templi.
/ Kid Fellows Hall.oi
'   tin third Mondiij ii
■    III. mini .Honda) li
,    ..-jfc.jach  month   at   t
.»- Ir/astsft''1"' V"lsltingbreUi
'*** ^.-iJEiSml* ren   cordially   wel
■ *' '. -—*v*}a» come
i'. A. I'ltuCUNlKli, Skorktahy,
SELKIRK LODili. NO   12. 1. O. O. F.
Moots every Thursday
evonlng In Halkirk
Hall    at   8   o'clock.
' eillny 1,1'iUilvn uui
iiiniiy Invited to ie
li. LKMBKE, N.G,
.1. MATHirc.
Calrl Range lodge, K. of   P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
ex 'Opt Third Wednesday m
eiicii 0,0111 li. in lhe Oddlellows1
It'iH ni s o'clock, Vi-llllm
K i ;iiisnrc oordlally invited,
.1. MATHIE, ('. ('.
li. H. BROCK, K, of H. k S.
H. A. BROWN, M. nf F
Restauran1 and Furnished Booms
Meals from 25o. Up.
Second Street, - East End
Mini- nt  all Hours
Everything Up to-Hi o
Stewart McDonald,
■ *—O—1 auatax
Our jewelry represents the most
artistic expression of the goldsmith's
craft, each article an entirely new
creation, fashionable to the highest
degree, thai will appeal to your
Interest the moment you view it. Our
diamonds come direct from the cutters and are sold to vou nt pleasing
prices for gems of such quality and
bentity. Pleased to have you see them
at any lime,
Hastings, Doyle & Alliim
To the Revelstoke Public
We solicit your patronage
to Revelstoke's FIRST
Good work nnd satisfaction guaranteed.
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
SO MOW &.JI.U SAM, Puiii's.
Open Day and
Special attention   given   to
Supper  Parties & banquets
Meals, 25c.        Meal Tickets, $5.50
UET   THE  11A11IT
OPPOSITE   V.  M.   0.   A.
That's Royal Crown kind—
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with its help
And the money saving is (he
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Royal Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Impel inl   l)i vi'l.ipnient
Hank of British Columbia..
Nicul i Colli .md Cuke	
Cii'iiinliin Fruit nnd Land
lieu ill Mines	
Itnvnl Collieries	
Chillies  Dickons  	
,$450 (HI
. lit) llll
.  mn on
.    I'HI IKI
6 (ill
Great West Loan.
Above subject  to contirnintion.
Prospectuses nnd particulars concerning any of these Companies on
McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought,
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
"timothy hay
First-Class Clover and Timothy Hay for sale. Alio a
kinds of Garden Produce.
telephone 29.
Front Street,     Rkvelstokk
ileapalr.      " Don't  do   a
thine " 'ii. you -. »■ clearly
what - beat by ul of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
oi health, disease, love, man  igi  tndps pntage
Tolls wh u yon d i*-. idocti l.ki lo
2*10 page**, illustrated, 25cents; ri>;: toinl ■
it we Heud obfl oulj to au; adult for pontage
M    HILL,  PUB. CO.
129 East 28th Street. NEW  YORK.
. i -      ■•-.•.
'41    <■-..;     .
1 have choice
upland prairie hay
and Timothy, also
oiits, wheal and
feed to offer in car
load lots.
Delivered prices
given  on   request.
CALGARY,   Alta.
Rcvclsti ke 1   inl District,
Wi il K ntenaj
it L C. O. Woodrow of Poplar
I paiion Prospector, intend to apoly
.   ii'cnce lo cut ind carry away tun
n the rollov, ing described lands:
planted ti i,.ioi i nt a
..'.   i ■. 27 niilc  board un die
"  tig Timber Limit   lltlGd
in west h boundary of
irked   "U. 0 Woodrow's
thi nee ivcsi   n chains,
bains, : li. ie '■ Dual Su • hains,
ns i" is.itii of eommenoe-
I . more or Less.
1 oca ■
r  i,. W700DR0W, Locator
Wanted to , i.i   I,,  loomed Certi..cite   of Improvements
nl   rilv. i'        $    pi  vrTn_-L__
••si-'l'"'  moi JSTOTICILi
>hed    I  i'1'.i A ... in !<■-. I.ul" Bis Hope Kractlon  Mineral Claim, situate in
f II       m ol Kootenay
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i... ■ ■    i     .     .    - . iii-- i
Tl i I.KT    l!""in .ii room nnd  board
i' ne or ' w i Kentlemen,    All  con
. •.   teleph  ne.  ..'.■     ,\
.\l ' 'I -IlKII tl ll   nt!
\ I-A.S IKI i    Men    ind    VV   men   n
, \     learn n n trad
id   w Inl"   le irning,    - i    ,  _■        f
Mn "i H" i" i   I " I  ii
l .ill >'., V no . UVI i    li   i
\\-VNTED     Im
VV      lay,   bj    ,
ii,i k '•■ 11 ■ in I h* M til
Bmx .'II.
\\ .,!■ of   h« hP I   ii   ipfl  to ii" ii.i.l
..I   ll y   hoUfle? pmpH I V  l'i ■   In    u   .       I   ■
nd l<Ki n   in.i ing        Vli«in 81
i ; I     |2,fi00 of wh - h md y $]
li iprjufrrd • nd l> thin' >• * .i ' "ii im nn
ii'f-ii ,'.*-/-•. Apply fttonce to ■ ulumhl i
Atf»*n.'i. <*, Limiien,
■■,!. padle ■ B<     Krei   Mint r - ' ertl-
from date
e Mil    .''■■■
ur   !■•■ purrwwe of
■ ■  lalm.
act Ion, under
■ ommem i d   before the
it i napr ■- oiik ntn.
■ i tnttary, .\ l». 1900,
J    A    H,  I'ADU-.V.
wbo cun eat Manning's eandiei
without having some little feeling nl gratitude for the donor,
01 course you've got to ftghl  your
. '.vn |.,ve biiiles. young io.m but
our confection", yi ti"II find to bo
ii strong nlly in your wooing
Mdiiniifs Candy Palace
■  .
hereof I   Intend t"
ii Chief I  i--i i   ol
i ..    |..'   pei ml        i to
• inii'i  from  the
( oiim .i |i"-t planted  nn
l.      S.  I'..  Ann    of
Upper  '•■ .    -     .i  il,.   \l   I    i     I.
--.'•   >.  I     noI   marked  I!   Hmilh'a
(J   l■;  i west   hall   i   mile
■ io i. .    urn 11, i.in-   mile,  ' hence eai I
mile,   mure   oi   leu   i"   Lake
P - II   0  If  II,  V-.'iii,
Dated l)i     19th, 1007
Art and Beauty
are combined in our new designs in carpets, Our.slock is
cemplete, nnd the colors rich
.uui i ll'i'eiiv e, lhe 'esitiis ii tis-
tlc, nnd ilie " tout ensemble "
is striking .uui be..utiiul. We
b.ive never shown such n wide
variety of patterns, nnd we
have never placed such low
prices upon so much high
qilnlily before,
R.  HOWSOi: Sr CO.'Y.
a-,   «*v jfA «*«. .tSfcr../-^
Import direct from Country ot origin.
ReveUtoke Laml DlBtrlut,
iH-trn i of \Wt Knuieilrtv,
Take notice ibatl,(J A. Kreeman.of Knsio,
li.c , ot'cupallun Miner linen '«> airily i"r a
speolal llueuutj over iii<* lollowlng described
1. O'liimt'iii'iHi; at >t p st plauted on the
west bank ut l»rlu tiieek. -i milOH from .lie Lar»
cU'iiu J*ivi>r awl about vi mitts uortb eaiterly
ir.nii the N. K. oornor of Lot 88»t ti, 1, tbuoA
went 4uobaius, ibence north ItttJ ciatnn, tbenee
east41)obalutii ibence m-uilt IGUobalns tu the
oidut ol uotumeneement.
2. CominoitclUM at r post planted on the
wist bank uf Drift t'ttvk.tt utileti iroiniliu
I iinli'Rii Kiveraml about 2 milt's nnrtli ■ ttsterly
irom tin' N tc. corner (if Lot aii». ti 1, ibence
.•tisi 4Ucbftlna, thence north im ouain% thenoe
west -III rluii nn, thenoe hoiilb   ItiU elm tun lu lin:
point of itominouccment,
:t. nommenolng tu »i post planted on ihu
west bunk of l>n11 creek, 8)-tj in lea from l.ar-
iit*ii\- lUver and about IH miles north easterly;
from tho N t£, corner of Lot Han, ii I. thenoe
noriti in ubalus, theuce eaai 100 oii»lus, t enco
soinh lueh. ins. tbesee tyest lOUobktua initio
point ot I'oiniiieiuoineiit
i. rommeuctng nt » po^t planted on itio
wesi hunk ol Inm t'reek, 2)f miUs from itio
t.tinteiiu Iver and about I5a ml lot* liorMi easterly  irom the   N    K   corner ttl  Lot Mt'j, li 1,
llieili u MiUlll 4H chai Ut*, lliiiu e eii>l  Kill rlmilis,
theuce u riti in chains theuce «ea too chalna
io tne point oi uuuimeueeiueut,
5.   t'oiniueiii lug   at  a   post   plauted on tho
west bank of lir.it crack, l tunes from tlie
Liinleiiii Kiver anil ttb ni t mile nwi'th easterly
irum ihe iN, li enruer *n Un "*y.' <■ 1. iheuce
wesi 4c < Inn u.-, ibeiirc-iiorih 1 0 cue I ns*, iheneo
eui 4n eiiHin*., iiie.iee south b>u uoaius to the
uuiul of cuiMix-llcei: cut.
fiiiie.l lJuu. -nth, llH'i.
wedJahW 0. a   i kkkman.
Bovulbtuke Land mould.
District oi u est Kooi may,
t tike imiii-u i.'.ili i, j(..i i:niks of Arrowheads
It.r , lumberman, Intend tu apply tor h speulaj
iimijt'i llcouve over tne lullowlng described
Commoneluuatapoat plautedat tlio soutn'*
west corner ui Tim her . tmit Nn. nivi, mid
iiiarkt'il "tt. J, Parks' uorth*eul corner post V
theuce aouth itiu chains, ibence weat 4u ohalus,
tbenee noriti lou o hiiik, theuce chmi -tu ctmins
to point ot commencement.
Puled Doc. nth, iui)7.
wcil jsn :U 1). PeWHr, Ag9Ut,
(^^^-V-jK^sjj^s^sj^^sj^^a^^^^s^^s^j^-j^^^a^^ '
ITor Agricultural Implements.  Carriages, Wagons   Etc.,  John
Deere Ploughs,  Moliue Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggies, Pb" not jr.. Garden Seeders and Cultivators,  Wheel*
• Wright and   Blacksmith   Work   titteudod   to.    Horse Bhnoiug it -
f Bpeeial if 0
*4 *>*>t,%VI    -*«.*».V-°k-%.*»^*»s*J.svs%.*l W*»>■%.-%.**, * -* -»'■•,*»** *tv*f
,     t
IIKAD OKKICK:   Calqary,   Alhehta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers and Dealer    in   Livo Stock.   Mtrket-t in .til tli3 priu-ipil   Cities and
Towns     Alberta, Britisli ,.,0111111111 and the Yukon.   Parke, ■ m* the Celebrated Bran
j nr " Hams d Bacon, and "Shamrock" Brand Leaf l aril A
Central Hotel
M-awly b til .      Fin-t-class in every respect'.    All modern conveniences
Large Samplo Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Speci I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under s;ime  management
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day:    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT      STOISTE      TPR.OT3.
Queens ftotet
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Si. Join oAlLIIWlJ   Liverpool
s.i. Feb. I. LakeErie.
Fri.    "      7,  Kni|iii'-s lii'l'il. Jan. 24
Fri.   "   21,      "   Britain    Feb. 7
Hat.    "   20,   I.k. Manitoba     " 12
Fri. Mill. (I.   Einp Ireland       " 21
Si.i.i.il Cabin Bnipresses LU. Bnala
Tu l.iv.'i'i I      $88 76        $:il no
THIRD class
To Liverpool      HH7 60 910 26
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
iiuiiiis   ii connection i.itli »teain-
■hip I Ickutfl
I'.is-i'ii^.'is booked to'Norway
swi..|..ii, Antwerp, Hamburg and
ill uiini continental porle.
Pot Im ili'-r Information apply to
T. W. Bradshaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Dray ing
Stora? e
ml letnrsd fur n'l olai I
Ol In inns
Knvi Istll ll  :.    'I'l.'l
luki-  iintl ■   Lhai  '. (I    i   '  f  Poplar
Crook, '.• ■ m M     h.tnl        nil   I" <\ .1 ■
for 11 ■    ii .• i.i oil!  1.1 'I "'i'i I .i'.v.iy I nn-
*;   r:::1 , cement and lime fgr sale
■■'"■': i FIRE CLAY A^3 FIRE B .10<3
t. mil  i !l 'i.     M'kni  -,\   u ,l 'im ton> wmtl
•' ■   • •  , " i," i iii'iM-e im i ji>I'liiitrisi, thnioe
 ii so i h i   ■:. th< nftu wu ' " i iiiiin-', the ice
<> ii ii  -'i r»i mil to point "! i " rtmenoomont,
t initnlniti - ill i u '■'     li ■*.
i ■ 'i i Ui Dec . 1007.
wed jan 16 H. K. RtKtuiy, AtfOiiL.
for   .In m liirnH <ir Btnall rju
lit thi) liiwi*-'   |>rie"   f-.r ■
All klndiof bulldineand tiln-itnrin«
All Kinds of Light and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
Dealer in Wood, Coal and Feed,
Phone 71. House Phone 7
stock      SEEDS
l'or the Farm, . TDCCC
Harden or ^
Conservatory      r LAIN 1 O
Reliable   varieties at reasonable
tun .'I   No Borers,   No Scale,   No
tuilllLI.'ll i'lll  tO   ll.llll'IKC    Hlllt'k,      No
windy aizents In annoy yon.   Buy
iln i'ii  and nc'i' Tri'i'H and  Seeds
i inn f*row,
Fertilisers; Bee Hupplios, Spray Pump*
Spraying Material,  Cut  Flowers, etc.
iilili-st   1'stiililinhi'd    niii'Hi'ry   ou    tbe
mainland of B.C.   ('utaloKiie free.
8010   vWMinitiHier   !{■ mil,  VHtlcouviM
Rovolatoko Land DiatrloU
District nf Kootonai.
Tako noLioo that I. John Albort Kirk,of Rov
oUtoko, U.i . occupation It. ('. Land Survcyo ,
Intend Lo apply for permission lo puruQase tho
itiiliiwinK doaoribed land:
Coinmonolng ut u poat planted about forty*
live it''j chains in ni ii ui thi' north nasi oornor of
Lot live thousand four hundred and fourteen
(iititj. Group one tit; thenoe west sixty (00
uhalns; theuoe Bouth forty live {(•>) ohaihaj
Uioiice oast sixty (C0)obaiua, thonco nurili forty*
live (*IW chains t» point, or ootnDienoantunt,
Dated 26th Novouibor, t'.ni7.
Revclstoko Ltnd District.
District of VVobI ICooioiiay.
Take notice lhat I, ll. K. Rcftiny,*of Poplar
Creek, H, 0., occupation Prospeotor, Intends to
apply tor a Bpooial llccnoe to out uud curry
away Limber irom the following dosoribuo
nt. Gommencing nt a post, plantod about '200
feet on the north shle *>f I'oplar Crock, marked
"13. K. Reamy's north*ooat con or post,.-* adjoining tho west boundary uf Timber Limit No.
Iiiiii!, about one mile west, of the lirst south
fork of Poplar Crook, thonoo west 80chains,
thence south su chains, thenoe cast80 chalna,
theuce north M) ohuh.6 to point of oounuonoG*
ment, Qoutaining WO apres more or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted about 200
feet on tha north Bide of Poplar frock, marked
"11. Y. Ueiuny'H 80Uth*eoat corner potiU adjoining the weat boundary of Timber Limit No
11102, lib Mil one milewcst of the llrsLsoulh
fork of Poplar t'reek, thence weat80 elmitm,
tlieueo north 80 chalna, ihence cast H* ohalns,
thenoe south 80 chains to point of commence
ment, containing <ih> acres more or less,
8, Commencing ut a post planted on the east
hunk of i he second south fork of Poplar UreeK,
a bout one mile up marked *'B. F. Reamy's
norih-ciist. corner post," Iheneo west 10 chains,
tbenee south ltKl chains, thenoe east 40 ehains,
theuce north 1CJ chains to point of commence-
ment, t'eniaining Otu aere-i more or less
i Comineneing at a post planted about i%
miles westerly from the first south fork of Poplar Creek, marked 'li. k\ iteamy's north-west
corner post," thenco east K0 Cliaius. thenco
south 80 chains, theuce west till chains, tlu-nue
north 80 chalUcI to point of eoiuiuuuceuiuut,
containing mo acres more or less.
ft. Commencing at a post planted about 4X
milofl westerly from the Qrst south fork of Poplar Creek, marked "B. Y. Ruamy's north-east
corner post." thenoe west 10 chains, thenco
south ItXlchaiuti, thenco oast 40 chaiuc, thenco
north 100 chains to point of cDn.iuei.couicnU
eontaiiiitig till) acres moreor lens
0. Comineneing at a post planted about five
miles westerly from tho first south fork ol Poplar Creek, marked "H. K, Reamy's south-west
corner pout," tbenco east ItV chains, iheneo
north 40 chains, thenoe west ICO chains, thenoe
south lOcliains to poiut of commencement, con*
tainiug G10 acres more or less.
Located 17th December, 1907.
wed Jan IS B  F. KKAMY. Locator.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of v\est Kootenay,
Take notice that I, ll. Y. Reamy of Poplar,
B.C., occupation Prospector, intend to apply for
a special licence to cut and carry away timber
from the following described land-;:
1. Commencing ut a post planted on the
west bank of Busty Creek, marked "B Y.
Iteamy's south-east corner post," about 3 miles
rjouthorly from the Lardo rivet, between Kapid
Creek and Tenderfoot Creek, adjoining Timber
Limit IlL'.v.t running west, thence west 160
chains, thenco north 10 ohalns, thence ■ nut 100
chains, thence Houth 40 chains to point of commencement, cent lining 010 acres more or less,
2, Commencing at a post plauted ou the west
bank of Rusty Creek, marked "B. K. Iteamy's
north east coruer oust," ahout 3 miles southerly
from the Lardo river between Rapid Creek and
Tenderfoot Creek, thenco went 1U0 chain-1,
thenco t.oulh 40 chains, thenco east 100 chains,
thenco north 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres more or less.
;t. Commencing at a post planted on tho
West hank of Rusty Creek, marked "B. F.
iteamy's north-west corner posl," about 3 miles
southerly from ttie Lardo river, between Rapid
Creek and Tonderloot Creek, thenco east 80
chains, thenco bouth bO chains, thenoe west 80
chains, thenoe north 80 chains to poiut of commencement, containing Olo acres more or less.
Located 16th December, 1007.
wed jan 15 B. Y. RU A MY, Locator.
Deer Beads, Allium!".  Bird".   Pfth, fEtO.,
Animal   li"/' Mounted,
P  u. Box HI.
MudJO.   Corner ol First St. and Boyle Ate.
Uerelituko, U   U
Kovelstoko Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that we, 0. O Woodward and B.
F. Beamy, of Poplat Creek, B. 0,, occupation
Prospectors, intend to apply for a BpOCUuU*
eencetocut and carry away Umber from tho
following described lauds:
1. Commencing i.t a post planted on tho west
bank of Con ai t in k atioiit ,"i miles up, marked "C. 0. Woodrow and li. F. Heamy's south*
uaxt corner post," running along U. K. Re veil's
north h.military of No. 2 Timber Limit 121H9,
theuce wost Kil chaius, thenco north 80 chains,
thence oust 80 chains, thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement, containing 040 aoros
or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted on tho
west bank of Poplar Creek, about a1- miles up,
marked "C. O. Woodrow and B. F. Reamy's
north-east corner post, thenco west 80 chit ins
along li. !•;. Uevoli's No. 2 Timber Limit 12180
south boundary, theuce south so chains, thenoe
east 80 chains, thenco north 80 chains to point
oi commencement, containing 010 acres more or
Located 18lb December, 1007.
wed jan 16 C. 0. WOODKOW,
B. F. KKAMY, Locators.
Revelstoke. Land Dlstrlcv
Dislriet, of West Kootenay.
Tako notice that I, tl it. Woodrow of Poplar
Croek, B C„ occupation Prospector, intend to
apply for a special licence to out and carry
away timber from the following described
1. Commencing at a post planted about 1
mile np the (list south fork of Poplar Creek on
east hank adjoining Timber Limit No. 10:d4, on
the west boundary, marked "(■ O. Woodrow*!
norlh-east corner post "thence south 100chains,
thenco went 40 chains, thence north 10" chains,
ihi'iici* ».i.";i 40 chains In point of commencement, containing 0t  ucren more or less.
2. Comineneing at a post planted on tho
west, batik of lhe tlrst -outh fork of Poplar
Creek, ahout 3 miles up, adjoining Titular
Limit No. looi.oon the south boundary, mar od
"C. (>. Wood row's north*wt**t corner post,"
thence east hi chains, thenco south B0 chains,
t hence west Wi chains, thenoe north 80 chains to
point of emmeocemont, containing 010 aoros
more Or lens.
I***- ai-ii ibib December, 1007,
wed Jan 16        C. O. WOODROW, Looator. /".
The Falace  Restaurant
$5.00    Beard By Week    $5.00
Mackenzie Avenue.
If you have $5 nr $5,IKX) to invest we can find ynu hlgh-olasa
opportunities Hiiich will liiing vnu from live percent, to 20 per cent,
per annum mi your money.
Oity Lots, Bouses, Business Blocks, Fruit Farms, Rural Lands,
Hotels, Stores, Business Opportunities, Timber, Mines. Oity and
Corporation Bonds fur sale.
Money to loan on approved securities.
Accounts collected ami adjusted. »
If you are interested send for our circular.
Report of Provincial Game Warden Presented to House.
The report of ibe provincial game
and foreBt warden, A. Bryuu Williams,
J. P., has been pnsentcd to the house.
The question of g.ime protection is
gone into extensively. Mr. Williams
urging that the government take ail
ditiooal steps to preserve these resources.
Iu Lillooet and Chilcotin 24 outside
hunters took out licenses. On Vancouver Island there were 14.
The return includes the reports of
the deputy wardens, and the number
of prosecutions for infraction of the
game laws in eaci district is touched
Mr. Williams draws attention to the
destruction of game at the hands of
Asiatics. Chinese ire in the habit of
looting the nests of game birds of eggs
and in other ways are partly responsible tor the destruction, contrary to
law, which continually takes place.
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, 1855.
Wm. Molson Macpiikrson, Pics. 8. H. Ewino, Vice-Pres.
Jamks Elliot, General Manager..
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Can ulii  and   Agencies  in   all  parts of the
Sixty-two   branches   in
Interest credited four times
Bunk deposits, until further notlt
VV. H. PRATT, Manager,
year at current rates on Savings
Revelstoke, K. C.
Blasting Operations on a Large
Operations for the completion of the
Columbia river dam are being actively
pished forward. A large number of
men are being employed both on the
dam and also at the quarry. Yesterday morning one of the largest blasting operations in connexion with the
dam work was cirtied out, when over
500culiio yards of rock were loosened
by an explosion of dynamite, to '('
used in the completion ol the darn
and for the tilling in of the lueach
Three or four holes 20 feet deep had
been drilled in the solid rock of the
quarry behind the gun club grounds
and loaded with H0 lbs. of 60 per
cent dynamite, this was detonated by
an electric lottery and the ennrmi us
mass of rock 50 feet long by 30 feet
deep and 25 feet high was shattere I to
small fragments. Several more of
such blasts will be effected thi- week
and there will then be enough rock to
curry on the work steadily without
Corporation of the City ot
Financial Statement for the Year 1907.
Balance., January 1st, 11107    llS,fl20 li
Liquor Licences  S 1.(100 00
Weighing Foes  MS 10
Interest ou Siuliiug Eunds 4(lii 20
Loan on  current    yoar's
taxes  6,000 00
HogTax  1*100
School Grant   5..12S IS
Trade Licences  785 00
Interest on Taios  2W 88
Police Court Fines  1,6M .17
Refunds  8l! 50
Pound Fees   S2ii i'i
Road Tax   1,890 00
Real Prop. Taxes 1890-11101
" "      1902	
 '      1903	
"      " "      1905	
2U'I 50
21! CO
41 12
252 71
871 24
803 33
.2iil M
"      1907     17 71)7 27
 —   »39,643 06
Water and Light Rates, Installations, Motor Rents and Tapping
Mains      80,269 86
Canadian Qen. Eluc. I'o.     2.01X1 I.I
O. W. Abrahamson      3111 til
 2 310 10
S72.2-.2 52
Balance       25,629 42
$.'.17,881 94
British Canadian Wood
Pulp and Paper Co.
313 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
We have established tlie 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 tons of finished 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  aceh 100 Shares
entitled to a bonus of 25 Shares of Preferred.
In the event of the first allotment is over-subscribed the Company
reserves the right to reduce any or all subscription to an amount
satisfactory 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 und payable before any dividend is paid upon the common stock.
After 7 per cent, has been paid upon preferred both stock? 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 percent, 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 our demonstrating plant, 313 Cordova Btreet, and
witness the manufacture of pulp and paprT from refuse material, such as slabs, discarded shingle
bolts, etc., that is now being burnt at the local mills.
CAPTAIN H. A.  MELLON,  J.  P., American Lloyds Agent, etc.
FRED. SMITH, member   Smith, Wright <fc
Davidson, Wholesale Paper Co., Vancou
W. H. R.CQLLLSTER, Manager Albion Iron
Works, Vancouver.
FRANCIS J. P. GIBSON, British Columbia
•. •   Trust Corporation.   .
ver, B. C.
H. M. BURRITT, Western ManagerCorticelli
Silk Co., Vancouver, B.C.
EUSTACE II. JENNS, Barristers, etc,,  Van
J. C. W. STANLEY, formerly Gen.  Manager
West London Paper Mills, London, Eng.
COL. T. H. TRACY, M. C, Soc, C. E., P.L.S.,
D.L.S., Con., Kng., former City Engineer
of Vancouver.
couver, B. C.
GEO.  E.  CATES, Cates Shipbuilding  Co.,
Vancouver, B. C.
GREELY KOLTS, formerly General Manager
Pacific Coast Soda Co.
Columbia Agencies, Ltd.
100 00
102 37
82 25
85 00
80 00
5 50
2 35
No lFiroHall .
Telephone Rental	
Election Kxpetisos	
Ollice Fu-niture	
Dog Tags	
Scale Inspection	
Commission, col Lee t i u g
Road Tux	
Premium, I'lorks* Bonds..
Repayment on Tux Loan..
Voting ou By-laws	
Sowers, preliminary exp..
Payments to Firemen	
Print ing aud "Stationery..
Postage nnd Telegram! ...
Prisoners' koep	
Streets aud Sidewalks new
work  10,482 »5
Streets & sidewalk repairs 714 20
< ItIc Salaries  2,900 00
Police Salaries  3,5*9 30
Kirn Alarm repairs  122 75
Donations  820 00
Sickaud Destitute  332 95
Interest ou Tux Loans,  1,623 15
Police, geuoral expenses.. 1.555 15
Schools  ,10,430 93
US 40
25 00
5,742 67
34 00
137 50
345 till
749 55
23 00
474 50
72' 90
2.11 45
262 63
Profit and Loss Account.
To Telephone Rental ,
Slush Ice	
Electria Repair und Main t('ity)
 P. Ho.
Water Repairs and Maintenance
Hu lories ....,	
Geuerul Exponso	
Priutiug and Stationery	
102 37   By Iu.tallntions
635 59
84 IU
274 55
657 40
94U 41
,810 01
£.1 84
261 5ll
,392 40
181 50
15,111 53
Bulance, Profit     18,649 81
833.761 34
Waler Rales 	
Meter Rents....
Tapping Mains.
313 20
10,389 50
21.'.'23 04
1,078 HO
57 00
183,761 34
Profit applied as follows :—
Light Plant, lincluding Meters and
OateValre        4,667 23
Water Plnut, including N'ew Tank .
Loss accounts due, etc.
To General I'iric Fund
2,950 61
31 00
7.648 84
451 02
7.194 8*
11,454 99
IIS 649 81
Debenture "J " Account—Power and Auxiliary Plant
To Proceeds of sale of U
By Advertising	
-'   Engineering	
"   Pole Line	
"   Spur	
Debentures     814,250 00
        128 64
737 00
379 67
321 07
1,566 m
Public School,
Fuel    1,016 79
Stationery und Supplies     736 57
t'tcnriug New Block ...
$7,948 00
851 50
CO 00
155 68
418 19
288 .'Hi
124 48
128 00
23 10
New Work on Attic    1,619 72
 $13,400 39
Hioh School.
Touchers    2,825 00
Incidental ..
60 00
33 85
70 00
12 74
22 45
7 10
3,030 54
A. McRae,
♦16,430 93
H. Floyd,
993 36
440 65
1,051 90
Firo Brigade Equipment..
310 85
Houlth Dopurtment...
553 75
Ropnirs to Buildings..
982 03
Repairs to Tools, etc..
23 25
Refunds, Road Tax
94 00
1,119 48
323 83
New Jail (tracing plans) .
3 00
Interest, Dehoutures,
750 00
100 00
112 50
"                "
150 00
"                "
350 00
410 00
"                 "
3,137 50
,.                 ..
1,000 00
Sinking Fund, Deben.
570 17
,.         „
08 32
159 19
ii         "          ii
103 31
"         "          "
228 43
"         •'          "
261 30
,.         ii          ii
a.021 98
"         "           '
570 71
53,790 35
$07,410 53
$12,683 62
Certified Correct— B. A. LAW'SON, City Auditor. H   FLOYD
January 23rd, 1908. " " cjty Tre'tt8nrer
 6,000 00
3,983 41
$77,303 94
Tools  31 00
Telephone Rental  102 37
Slush Ire  636 5a
Fuel  84 00
Insurance)  274 55
Light Plaut  2,509 18
Water Plant  476 82
Installation materials,
lumps.etc  1,524 26
Electric Repnirs nnd Maintenance (City)  661 15
Electric Repairs & Maintenance (Power Souse). 949 41
Saliries  6,252 84
General Expenses  261 50
Printing and Stationery.. 181 50
NewTank  2,433 79
48-Iuch Gate Valve  1/00 («
Cariboo 'and District.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice Unit Alexander McRae Latimer (if
Revelstoke, B. 0,, occupation Cruiser, intend" to
apply for a special timber license over the follow
Ing described lands:
7. Commencing at a port planted nn the left
hank of the Little Smoky river, about three tuiies
from itt mouth and marked "A.M L. 8.W. corner.'
thoncu east 100 mains thence north 10 chains
tbenco west 101 chains, thence pouth 40 chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres
more or less.
8. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Little Smoky river about three miles
from its tuuuili oiid marked A.M.L S.B. corner "
thence west 100 outline, ihence north 4" chains,
thence east   Ir1'1  chains  thorn** south 4(1 chains to
point of commencement ami containing 6o0 acre*.
more or less
».   Uommeiiotiig at a post   plau'ednnthel-'fl
brink of the Little Smoky river iiimui  tor. and
one-halt miles from iti  imuh   ■ niiuarkt-d *■
L. S.W, corner," Un ma- easl   o  Hnbi*., ih**ti
north 40 chains, thrtii-e wo t Ijuchafus   ih ne
Bouth 40 chains tnpotn    of rmuuienretwent and
Containing 610 ai r.-a more or hs*.
io. Commencing at a poni planted on the right
hank of ihe Little Smoky n»er *-nut three ami
iine-hnlf miles from its mouth aud marked A M
L SK. rorner," thence we**t I tin chains, thenct.
north 40 chains, thence east loo chains, thence
south 40 chains to point of commencement ami
containing 610 acres more or less.
11. Commencing at a post planted on the left
bank of the Little Smoky river about four rnUes
from its mouth and marked "A.M.L SW comet
thence east "U chains thence north SO chain*.
thenoe west 80 chains, thence south M chains to
point of ••oinmencoment and Containing 640 acre-
more or less.
12 Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank'.f tlie Little Smoky river about four miles
fro :n its mouth and tn irked 'A ML. s K . orner "
thence west 80 chain*), thence north 80 chains,
thence easi 8" chins, thence south 80 chains to
point of commencement aud containing ,64u a rein nre or less
Dated Dec. 17th, 11)07.
13. OintneneinB at a post planted on the left
hank of the Little Smoky river shout live miles
from its mouth and marked "A.ML. S.W.comer.'
thence north 80 chains, thence east $0 chains
thence south 80 chains, thence west B0 chains to
point of commencement and containing t54u acres
more or less.
14. Commencing; at a post planted on tbe left
bank of the Little Smoky river about six miles
from its mouth and marked "A M.L. N.W.rorner,'
thence south 8o chains, thence east 80 chains.
theuce north 8u chains, thence west so chains to
point of commencement and containing 640 acres
more or less.
15. Commencing at a post planted on the left
 20,488 CO
$97,881 94
BALANCE—Current Revenue and Expenditure Account
IgL. _ _.             	
bank of  the Little Smoky   river alwut six mile
from its mouth and marked "A-M.L- S.W*.corner,'
To Molsons Bank for -
I oan on Tax   Arrears,
1899-1906  $8,202 90
Loan on 1907 Taxes     6,000 00
Exp'diture ovor receipts   25,629 42
 39,832 32
To Deposit Account (contracts)       2,340 10
One unpaid Debonture Coupon... 112 50
$42,284 92
By Tux Arrears, 1S99-1CJ1   i    332 78
"         ••         1902  3S0 74
"          "         19U3  *114 36
1901  1,482 10
19115  2,061 67
1906.  2,978 30
1907  6.943 21
By Accrued Intorestuu Taxes  1,227 75
"   Water and Light accounts due
to City     8.548 53
24.675 44
Deficit for the year  17,609 48
$42,284 92
Debentures, Series A  IU.G0O 00
"               "   II  2.IO0 00
"   0   4,500 00
"   E  3,000 00
"               "   F  7,000 00
"   0  8,111*1 HO
"   H  «2.*0 o"
•'               "   1  2II.CU0 ill)
"   J  80.000 00
Due on No IFire Hall  2i;S 00
DaQcit, 1907   I7.«HI 48
169*09 48
By Streets and Sidewalks  51.242 38
"   City Scales  880 00
"   Watnr and Lkht capital grot... 103,888 39
"   SIkhiI House and Grounds  ZS.flOO 00
" School Fornlturt      2,000 00
"   Real Properly—
firs Hall Nn. I  1,2 0 00
 2  8,000 OU
Lots I and 9. BlitOkSS. . 2500 00
R wren turn Ground  1 "22 60
City Hull  4.731  11
Villa Lutn     WO 00
Dumping ground  533 20
Isolation Hospital.  i,H9 *%
Fire Alarm System	
OlUce Furniture       1,524 75
  722 63
262 50
241 V
        4,246  17
      15.000 00
  8 00
14,356 29
910 08
Tools aud Implements	
Due on ( emelery Lots	
Hewer Plans, etc	
Firo Brigade Equipment	
Unsold Debentures "J"  	
Jail Plans	
Hiuklng Funds
A      3,708 68
B         488 93
C         959 90
K         540 90
F      1.035 94
Q      1,181 02
H      9,160 90
I      1,130 27
ns at a post planted on tbe right
tie Smoi.) river alatut nine miles
id marked "A M.L N.W.corner,'"
thenoe north 80 chains, thence easl 80 chains,
theuce south 80 chaius. thence west 80 chaina to-
poiut of commencement and containing 64u acres
more or less.
16. Commencing nt a post planted on the right
hank of the Little Smoky liver about seven nfiei
from its mouth and marked "A.M L. N.W corner,"
theoce south ni chains, theuce east SO .-bains,
thenoe north 80 chains, theuce we--sl -0 chains to
point of commencement and containing 840 acres
luoreor less
17 Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the Little smoky river about seven miles
from its mouth and marked "A.M L S.W.corner,"
thence north 80 chains, thence east 0 chain--,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
point of oommuncement and containing 64u acres
uoreor less.
IH. Commencing at a post planted on the right
hank if ths Little Smoky river about eight miles
from its   ith and marked  'A M.L. NW.corner."
hence aouth MO chains, thence .-a.-t B' chains,
thence north -n chains, thence west 80ctiainito
point ol commencement and containing 840 acres
more or levs. _
19. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of lhe Little Smoky river about eight miles
from the mouth and marked "A.M.L. S.W.corner.''
thence north 80 chains, thence east y- chains,
Ihence south 80 chains, thence west N) chains to
point ut commencement and containing 640 acres
more or less.
20. I'lOiimeli.Hli,
bank of   the   Lilt!
from its mouth am. .„_.	
theuce south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
Ihence north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to I
point of commencement and containing «4u acres
more or leas.
21. Commencing at a post planted nn the right'
bank of the Little Smoky river about nine miles
from its mouth and marked "AaM.L. S.W.corner,"
thence north 80 chains, thence east B0 :haius,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
point of commencement au<l containing &■> acres
more or less
22. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the north fork of the Little Smoky river
;ii...ut one mile from the forks and marked "A M.
L. S.W.corner,'' thence eaat 160 chains, thtnra
north 40 chains, thence went 160 chains, them-**
so.11 Ii 4o chains to point of commencement and
containing tuu acres more or lew.
2.1, Commencing at a poat planted on the right
hank of the imrtli fork of the LittleMiu'iky river
about one mile from the forks ao I marked 'A M
L. S K.corner,' thence s)**-,t icOchain*, theme
north 4" chains, thence rant lta> fllttlnt, tbenre
■Otttfl 40 ch.iiu*i to point of cninmencemeut and
containing 040 acres more or leas.
Dated Do.. isth, L9UT
II rnmmeiK'iug at a post planted on the right
hank of the Mat fork of th** Little smoky river
aliout one-half mils from the fork i and mark**.I
"AMI. N.W.oorner." then *> *.>utu 8'U-hains,
tht not ea«t NO chains, ihence north su chain-,
thence west Mo rhabu to point of commencement
ant eoiii.tiiiiiiK >'>*■■ 4i'i"« more or less
2"i Commen' Ing at a post -ilanlrd on ths rtfhl
hank of the east fork of th.- Little Sicoky rfm
aliout. one-half mile from tbe forks and mark** t
"A.M.L S VV.corner,'" thence north no chains,
ihence east ho chains, tharve south 80 chains
Ibence west Ho chains to point of commencement
ami containing 840 acres more or less.
IM. Commencing at * poat planted or tbe right
k of the east fork of the LitMe Hmoky river
alniut two an I one-half miles from the forks and
marked "'A.M.L, S.W. corner," thence north 40
chains, thence east 100 chains, thence south 40
chains, thence west 160 chains to point of commencement ana containing 64u acres more or leas.
30. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about four and one-half miles from the forks and
marked "'A M.L. N- ft .corner," thenca south ItO
cbajna, thence east 40 chains, thence north 160
Chains, thence west 40 chains to point of cm*
u-enceineiit and containing 6lu acres morejor leas.
31. Commencing at,a post planted on the right
bank of the cast fork of the Little Smoky rw«t
about four and one-half miles from iho foiks and
marked "A.M.L. 8.W. corner," thenoe north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, theme south (»0
' iiains. thence west SO chains to point of commencement and contaiuiuj- tUu acie*> more or less.
Bit   Commencing at a post planted on th*. riuht
..ilk uf  the eaetfork ol   the Little smoky nv-r
..oi.ui tour and one-half mlleafnim the furits and
narked    A M.L. S.E.  corner," thence -outh 16O
uaina, thence *»*•*.(   4"  chains, theme nor.ii 160
buna, .heme eiat  |u  chains  to point «1 cotu-
.ueuceioent and ceutatuing 040 ..en--, more or less.
:ta.   Commeneing at a po«t planted 00 tbe right
hank of the east tort uf  tlie   ..ittle smoky rit-r
Mbutit flve and on*Htall mdoa from the tones and
.u.irkeU  "A.M.L.  S.W.   corner,'   theme north80
funis, theuce ea*t  bo  . bains, theme south *»0
chains, thanosjreat r*o <bains to point ol com-
men' eujeiit a pi containing tit" a re-- more or !■ ss
M t'oibiueuciiiK at a p.sl pwnted on the right
bftttk of tlie eaat fork uf Little Suinky river about
:i »■■ and one-ball miles fr<>m tne forks and marked
'A.d.L. N.W. corner." thenoe east an chains,
thence -outLi s«j tdiaim. thence west 80 chains,
tlieucu north BO chains to point of commeucement
iud containing 64u acres more or l*>s.
86. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the east fork of tht- Little Smoky river
rtbouL su and one-half miles from the forks and
marked ''A.M.L- S.W. coruer," theoce north SO
chains, theuce east tfu chains, Ibence south 80
chains, thenco west BO c.iatns to point of com*
tueuceuieut and containing 04o acres more or less.
xe. Commencing at a post planted on thv right
txink of the east fork uf the Little Smoky river
almut six aud one half miles from the forks and
marked 'A M.L. N.W. corner" thence east «0
ehains, thence south 80 chains, thence west so
cbams, thence north $0 chains to point of com*
raencetnent and containing tJ*u acre* more or less.
JJ.tted i>ec.  mh, IM.
S7. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the eaat fork of tbe Little smoky river
about seven and one half miles from the folia and
marked "A.M.L. N.W. comer," theuce east 80
chains, thence south 9' chains, thence west IM
chains, thence north 80 chains -o point of commencement ami containing twi acres more or less.
38. Commencing at a post planted on tbe right
bank of tbe east fork of lhe Little Smoky river
about seven and one-half miles from the forks and
marked "A..M L S.W.corucr," thence north 80
chains, thence eaat >. chaius. Lhence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of com*
nieticement and containing 64u acres more or leas.
3t*. Commencing ut a post planted un the right
bank of the east fork of tbe Little Smoky river
about eight and "in"1 .1I1 miles frmu the forks aud
markod a.M.1* N.W.curner,"" thence east 80
1 iiains thence south bo cbaius, thence west 80
chains, tbeuc l north HO chains to point of commencement md containing t>4o acres more or leas.
40. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of the easl fork of the Little Smoky river
about eight and one half miles trout the forks and
nittrked "A M.I* S.W. corner." *heoce north**)
chains, thence easl 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of cum»
inencemeut and confining 040 acres more or less.
41 L'ommencing at a post planted ou the right
bank Ol the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about nine and one half miles from tbe forks and
marked "A.M.L. N.W.comer," ihence easl 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to point of commencement and containing mo acres more or less,
42. Commencing at a pott planted on tbe right
bank td the east fork of the Little Smoky river
almut nine ami one-half miles from the forks and
marked "A.M.L. S.W comer," thence north sO
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of commencement anc containing 040 acres mora or less.
43. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of tbe east fork of the Little Smoky river
about ten and one-half miles from the forks and
marked "A.M.L. N.W.corner." thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 80 chaina to point of corn-
men ement and containing b40 acres more or less.
44. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bant, of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
about ten and one-half miles from the forks and
marked "A.M.L. S.W.corner," thence north 80
chains, thence east SO chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 040 acres more er less.
limed Dec. 20th, 1.W7.
45. Ca-mmencing at a post planted on the right
bank of tbe east fork of tbe Little Smoky river
atxiut eleven and jne-half miles from the forks
and marked 'A.ML. S.W.corner," ihence north 80
chains, ibence east 80 chains, thence south SO
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more or less.
40. Commencing at a post planted on the right
bank of tha east fork of the Little Smoky river
about eleven and one-half miles from the forks
and marked ' A.M L. N.W'corner, thenoe east 80
chains, UH nee south 80 chains, ihence west 80
chains. Ihence north 80 chains to point of commencement uui containing 4W acres more or less.
Balance, Assets over Liabilities      08,780 86
1286,570 14
18.215 fd
8216,570 14
hiriK ...   ...„ __ ^^^^
almut one and one-half miles from the fonts am
marked "A Ml* N.W.curner," thence south fri
■ bains, thence e\st 80 ■haini, Ibence north 8><
chains, then t- west 80 chains to point of cons-
inencement and containing 640 acres more or le«s
27. Commencing at a post plant* 1 on the right
bank of the east fork of the Utile Smokr river
almut one ami one-half miles from'.he forks and
marked "AM L. S.W.corner," thence north 8>
chains,   thence  eaot   80  chains,  thence south tv
1 hains, thence west 80 chains to point of com
mencement and containing 640 acres more or leas
28. Commencing at a post planted on tbe right
bank of the east fork of the Little suoiy river
about two and one-half miles from the fork*" and
marked ' A.M.L N W,corner," thence south 40
chains, thenco east 140 chains, thence north M
chains, thence west 16u chains to point of commencement and containing 840 acres more or lew.
29. Commencing at a posl planted on the right
tiank of the east furk of the Little Smoky river
oinmencing at a post planted on the right
the eaat fork ol   the Little Smoky river
hank   of _
about twelve and one islf miles from the' forks
and tuarked 'A.M.I.. N.W'.corner," thence sa-t 80
hams, them-e south ho rbiiiis, thence west so
chains thence neith 80 chains to point of com*
ineiiceiueiil and pOttttalnflUJ o40 acres more or less,
48. ' '-rt:in.'in-ill." al a pott planted on the right
bank of lhe eaatfoikof the Little Smoky river
almut twelve and one-half miles from lhe forks
and iuaike.1 ' A.M.L- S W .oorner," thence north
80chains, ihence east 80 ehains, ihence south 80 ■
chains ibence west -*1 cha ns to point of com*
mencement and containing fl4<> acres more or !■ ss.
4-4 ouimetictnjt at a post planted nn the rvtit
t>ank of the east fork of the Little Smoky nver
abcut thirteen and one half miles fiom the forks
and marked A.M L- N.W.corner," thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence north 90 chains to point of com
mencement and oentalning 640 acres more or less.
50. ('ommencing at a poet plantod on the right
bank of the east fork of tbe Little Smoky ri.er
about thirteen and one half miles from the forks
and marked "A.M.L. S.W.corner," thence north
01 chains. th»nce east 80 chains, thenoe south 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point uf com*
00111 einent and containing 64" acres more or ]v*a,
£1. Commencing at a post planted on tbe right
bank of the eaat fork of the Little Smoky river
about fourteen pad one-half miles from tho forks
and marked J,.M.L N W.corner." thenoe eat IO
chains, thenoe south 80 cbaino thenoe west 93
chains, thonce north 9i chains to point of -vnu'
men> ement and containing 6s*> acres more or I -s.
52, Commencing at a poat planted 00 the right
bank of the east fork of the Little Smoky river
al-out fourteen and one-h ilf roller- from the fot ks
and marked • A.M L. s W.corner." then- e n-rtb
**.) chains, then'-e east loo chains, tueuce •*■ utb M0
chains, thence west 8"1 chains to point > I -om-
mencement and containing 640 arret more or ie >■.
Dated l>e<\ tlst. IB07.
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Ti.um—At Revelstoke, Friday, Jan,
24th, to Mr. and Mm. J. T. Teller,
a daughter (still boro).
Weather Forecast
Wednesday, Jan, 29, for 21 hours.—
Moderate westerly winds; fnir; cold
nights; temp. max. 39, mill. 26.
Local and General.
Saturday, Jan. 26th, wis the l-l'.ith
anniversary ol the tiirlh ol liolibie
We are glad 10 see K. H. Corson up
and iii'.:it again alter hia severe attack
oi intlainatory rheumatifm.
The centre overhead truss of the
C. 1'. R. bridge across the Columbia,
haa now been removed and the whole
weight of the bridge ia taken by the
false worn
A petition will be sent to tho Cbiel
Commissioner of I ..mils and Works un
behalf oi hand loggers, asking reconsideration of his decision not to issue
auy more licenaes.
It ia announced lhat within a lew
days between two and three thousand
men will be required at Edmonton in
connection with construction work on
the Grand Trunk ejection weat of the
city to Macleod river, 125 miles.
T. T. John, late editor ol the Ferine
Ivedger has commenced publication ol
a paper uf hia own at Fernie,    It goes
by tlie name of   "John's  Paper,"  and
the   editor   atatca   tbat   he    intends
tre.iting the .itlairs of   Femie from his
own standpoint, unhampered by other
A Manitoba editor throws up the
sponge witb the remark thnt "it don't
pay to run a paper in a .conimuniiy
where the people's literature is composed uf Tim Eaton's Bweat foundry
catalugue aud au almanac, and where
the business men pick their teeth with
a tail of a herring."
The commission which has beeu
investigating tbe disappearance of the
;e iel« from Dublin Castle still with-
boids its report, but it is stated on
good authority that the government
has decided to diamiss sir Arthur
Edward Vicars lor carelessness iu
custody of the regalia.
Iiei.ai. McCarthy has completed the
uetv blacksmith's shop for Thos. Corley
at the corner of Campbell avenue and
Second street, and the premises are
now open ior business. The proprietor
has arrangid to carry out all kinds of
smithy work and carriage building,
aud invitee the public patrouage.
ihe Dominion government has decided to loan sufficient funds fur
iaruiess in the new provinces whose
crops have resulted in a failure, to
puichaee seed grain. The scheme in
all will involve lour millions. Advances w 11 be payable iu three years
at tbe u.iial government rate of
A special meeting of the Kevelstoke
branch uf the B. C. fruit Growers
Association will be held this evening
at 7 3U o'clock in the City Hall, in
order t I discuss the u,ueation of enter-
taming the delegates at the General
Meeting to be lieid on Wednesday,
Feb. 5th. A full attendance is particularly requested.
In the British Columbia Ga/.ette for
tht curreut week notice of the iucur-
puralion if the "Empire Printing
Company, Limited," with a capital ol
$25,001.1 is given. The company is to
acquire tne paper published uy John
Houston in Prince Rupert and known
as "The Empire" as well as the printing and publishing business carried OD
by tbe same party.
We are pleased to be able to announce tuai Bruce Calder, who was
injured last Saturday morning by a
tree falling across his body, is progressing as well as can be expected.
The duct'ir. report that a rib has been
Iracturtd and that the left lung has
1**11 injured and that the patient
should rtcover rapidly provided that
no serious complications arise.
On Sunday, on Third street, l>etwet'ii
the Cowan Block and St. Andrew's
Church. Une small Gold Bead
Chain and Email Head Stimuli
Gold Locket. On tbe back ul
locket is the word "Laura" and
the front is set in I'earls and
Turquoise. Kinder will be suitable rewarded on .'"turning Mint
to Mail Hi kai.p Ollice.
come ufii'iii'i' in those who
ehiHisi- wisely. I*\ir Instance
those who select their groceries
here have the best thore is on
their table, Fur your own satisfaction suppose yuii give us a
trial order, When you lind how
niiii'h better our groceries are,
though costing the same us, or
less than, you-usually pay, you
will regret not having tried, us
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is ever enough when we do the
linking. It looks and tastes so
guild thnt only n big one leaves
enough for the girls to dream on.
We make delicious cakes for
other functions too. For the
birthday, the church affair, lhe
social gathering. Why bother
With home linking when we can
do it so much better?
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Accident;    MONEY TO LOAN
K I N C A I D     &    A NDERS O N
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Druggist & Stationkh
Dr. McLean lias had a new telephone installed in his residence on
First Street.
The Ladies' Hospital Guild report
that $140 was cleared after nil expen- I
ses weie paid, from   the Hospital Ball.
At the lumbermen's meeting at
Vancouver hist we k it was decided to
reduce rough lumber $3 per thousand,
clear $2, and ahinglns 75 cents.
While drilling for coal un Winkler
nnd Thomas' claim on Powder Creek,
iikaiiagnn Lake, crude petroleum wiir
recently struck nt about 2(i0 ft. depth.
A. .1. Howe will lake charge for n
few months of 'he old town shop of P.
Bums it Co. P. Birch, of Vanoouver,
has arrived nnd will he in charge of
the MoKenzie avenue shop.
The new Baptist Church was dedicated and opened last Sunday by Kev.
Mr. Hatt of Vancouver. Eloquent
addreaee? were delivered. Owing to
delay in making up the report of the
services, details will be withheld until
Saturday's issue
The attention of the public is directed to the "Lost" ad. in this issue.
A gold bead chain and locket was lust
on Sunday between the Cowan block
and St Andrew's Church. "Laura"
is engraved on the locket. Finder will
lie auitably rewarded on returning
same lo Maii.-Hiraui otlice
Allan Purvis, lor the past live years
chief clerk to the general superintendent oi the Pacific Division of the CI',
ft., is to tie promoted to the position of
superintendent in the Kootenays,
with headquarters in Nelson Mr.
Allan Purvis is a brother of J. Purvii
of this city
Tlie Carnegie moving picture entertainment in the Methodist Church on
next Monday and Tuesday evenings
promises to be a very fascinating a-
well as a most instructive entertain
ment. "In His Steps." one of Sheldon's best productions, will be given
by Mr J. B. Carnegie of Toronto The
admission, unde£ the direction of the
Epworth 1 eagne of C E. is put so a.
to reach old and young Every person
who can should take in this splendid
The Willis A Cosgrove management opened their Edison parlor on
Monday night in the Selkirk Hall
Three performances were given, there
l«ing a large attendance on each
occasion. The lilnis used are ol a
superior quality although the siil.jects
fell -hort of the mark and could have
la-en better chosen- Three performances will be given nightly with
changes twice a week. The ilmw was
produced last night witb a good attendance
The following love beati appointed
to act under the Provincial Elections
act, as oommiuiooers fur taking
affidavits:—Revelstoke Electoral   Dis.
trirt — Norman Moore. Wentworth
Smythe.    Edward   Trimble,   Then   .1
Wad man,   Prank   H. Corion, W. li
Humphreys,   John    Hume,   Robert
Smith, P. I.   B.,   Alex.   W.   Melnto-b,
ul Kevelstoke. Geo.   11    ( smphell,   W
('  Smith, uf   Arrowhead;  Cory   Men-
Den nick James A LaHtvot Camborne
A. |i. McKay, William Street   ol   Bet
Ion: Rnisfd Evans, ul Comapll*
McDonnell and G/.nwski have the
work on the two tunnels which they
are driving near Field for tin- Canadian
Paella Railway, well under way.
These tunnels will c.ich Cut down the
gn.de which the trains have to climb
in lhat portion ol the road, 70 feet, ,r
a total nf 140 feet, Ba )h tunnel will
!e spiral in form, and one portal will
be 70 feet higher fan lhe oilier     One
tunnel will be 2.hho feet iii length and
Ibe ollie .'1,2(10 feel. In making (he
approaches, 0,000.000 ynnli "I rook
will have to Ui removed The tunnel*
will ovorcomo a ililBoulty which has
Intl.iitu   handicapped   lhe railway at
Ilii' point, Inasmuch as It takes from
I- ui In live liicuiiiiit i' ■ ., tn lnnil trains
up the hill at tins point.
Social and Personal
F. C. Elliot is on a business visit to
.1 D. Sibhald is on a visit to tlifj
Kiiasel M. Evans, of Comaplix, is
being married to-day.
P, G. Olsen, of Arrowhead, wne in
the oity yeaten'ay.
Mayor Lindmark ia on a week's
visit to the coast.
W. Smythe left on Saturday night
for a visit to the const.
E. II. N. Wdkie, of Trout Lake, was
in the city yesterday.
MisB Ada Morrill of Kamloops is
visiting Mrs A. MeFayden of this city
Allan Hornell left yesterday for
Toronto aud will visit Chicago and St.
Paul en route.
Mr. Cooksey ol the Imperial Bank
atalf, returned yesterday from the west
where he took iu Seattle, Vancouver,
Victoria and other points.
Mrs. W. Morris gnve a pmgressive
euchre party to a large number uf
friends on Saturday afternoon, the
dainty prizes being wuu by Mrs G. S.
McCarter, Mrs. Hay lock and Mrs H.
Cunningham Morris.
Tite basket ball game between the
C. P. K. and the Shamrocks will take
I place to-night at 9p rn. sharp and
should be a good gan e. The finals
are nuw approaching and ii the C.P.R,
wii.s t -nignt it will put them into
the finals, but should tne Shamrocks
win it will be an even thing :'or everybody rhe game is tire to be fast and
will be worth seeing. Seating acci u-
modati>.n is provided f r all.
Large Attendance and Picturesque Costumes.
A successful masquerade carnival
was held iu the rink last night, Ihe
mini! er of skaters and spectators being
very large. The custuines worn were
varied and original, some being extremely aitislie. A Grand March
opened tl e carnival led by Guy Bar
her and the long column of skaters,
their colors forming a kaleidoscope, a.
(hey twined and intertwined, went
through a series of movements to the
strains uf the Independent Bund. The
following were judged prime winners!
Best lady CO lunie, M i as I ley wood,
a leather post oard album,
Best gent costume, O.Latham, fountain pen.
Best lady skater, Mrs. Squarehriggs,
a hands,i ne box of chocolates..
Best gentleman skater, 0, Dent,
Best buy oostlime, P, Smith, c imera.
Best  girl   costume, .lealie   R  libins,
work  basket
Best comic, T. M. Hat, mirror,
Mrs.   R.  S.  Squarehriggs, Colonial
Belle, (prize).
Mrs.  A.   H,  Grant, and Mrs. R. O.
Patterson, Pair of Pink Carnations,
Mrs. 0, Robinson, Sohoil Girl.
"   W, A. Chambers, Daisy,
'     H.Mnundrell, Qinun of Hearts.
"    S. Needhani, jr.  Mary Jane.
"      Little   and    Miss     Kitchen,
Miss Kl'isby, Red Cross Nurse.
"    F. Jollifl'e, Buster Brown.
"    F. Pnquotte, Gipsy Queen,
"     L. Woodland, Mother Goose.
"    F. McEachern, Dutch Peasant.
"   G. Dent, Misa Canada,
"    E. Bell, Ange!.
"    L. Campbell, Queen ul Hearts.
'•    L. McAllister, Ireland.
"   P. (Saunders, Go d l.u 'k.
"    Heywo d,   Madame   Butterlly,
"    M. McEiieliern, Queen  Viishtl,
"    A. Bnin, ll'iiwiitlni.
"    N. Bain, Western Cow Girl.
"    M, Craskell, Winter Night.
"    R. Cnrniiclincl, Dutch (Jirl.
"    K.   Berger,   Daughter of   the
Miss A. Corson, Belle ol Darkeyville
"    0. Robitiion, Beau of       "
"    F. Lawsnii, Belle of tho Ranch.
"    L. Pett piece, MAIL HERALD,
"    M. Ciithels, Iiiah Girl.
•'    E. Morgan, Snow Girl.
"    R. Brown, 1/ttlc Buttercup.
"    Mae Corley, Highland Lassie.
"    K. Fie'd, Mother Goose.
"    M. Field, Pink Carnation,
"    F. Jiilim, School Girl.
"    A. Bell, Jap Girl.
"    J. Ciisluilo, Card Girl.
'•    L. Lee, Snowdiop.
"    .1, Rnhbins, Fairy, (prize).
"    M. Jamieson,Queen of Hearts.
"    Doris McCarter, French Court
H. Robinson, Clown.
G. Wi.odli.nfl, Hockey Player.
Bert MoEnOhren and Henry Anderson, Two LittlejGiils in Blue.
S. Robbins Milk Maid.
C. Anderson, Mnry Jane.
C. Field, Gold Nuggets.
E. Bobbins, Pierrot.
A. AbrahaniSGii.JCowboy.
S. Needhani, jr., Buster Brown.
G, Knowlton, Midshipman.
C. Smith, Courtier, (prize).
J. Carmichael, Fireman.
P  Parker, Jew
C. Urquliart, Piper Boy.
S. Mcl'linil, Autumn Leaves.
J  Mnhniiey, Policeman,
11   J. Williamson, Sailor.
G  Sh irdlow, Flar of all Nations.
tl  Peterson, Fancy Lady.
W. Goddard, Tuny Laky,
J, H. Peterson, Bell Bey
A  McCarter, Tommy Atkins.
W. Jolliffe and E. Jollifffi,  Old Ship
E. Morgan, Chinese Clown.
C. S   Dent, Canada, (prize).
J. H. Moffat, Teddy Bear, (prize).
A. 11 rant. Jester.
A  McEacbren, Turk
C. P  Latham, Court Jester,  (prize)
N  A. McEachren, Court Jester.
K  G. McRae. Mary Ann. '
('ceil Buck, Virginian.
1). MoCarter, Jookev.
Tom Hope, Oliver Cromwell
11   Mntiiid'cII, Siiiiw Ma»>
R S. Squarehriggs, Forester.
J. Rnilgers, Turk
J. McDonald, Hi watha
A. Wiinnlaiid  Fencing Master.
W. Fiisly, A Rubo Tot.
A   Allan, Cornelia Jinks.
The judges weie Mrs. M A. Smith
Mrs. Dent, Moms. Ray, Pattern, and
E. M.Cooku.
Sea Salt. You can always get it at
C. R. Macdoiiald'a
Patronixe Home Induetry. 8moke
Reveletoke Cigars
Pi all's animal and poultry foods at
C. R. Mncdonnld'a
Regular 35o. bottles of Kowat's
Sauce selling for 20c. this week. 0.
B. Hume & Co.
The great. English ame of 'Diabolo'
fur Bale at C. R. Mucduniild's.
Pure clover honey Irom Ontario in
25o , 30c. and 35c. jars, j ist opened up
at C. 13. Hume & Cn.'s
Revelstoke Cigars -Union Made Our
Suoolal, The Union, and Maroa VuelU
are ahead of all othera.
Smoked halibut, fin nil haddie and
kippered herring arrive in fresh every
other day.    C. B  Hn n" A Co.
EXPERIENCE '  W.H--S  wanted,
\;rOl'NG   LADY  -I--.-■■--  Sanation
wilh n good film 1.. nr Chamber-
maid.    Apply Box 121, Revel-duke.
WANTED—Small Furnished bowse
or ROoniSg-for housekeeping for small
family of ad ills, central location.
Apply ollice Mail Herald.
WANTED Furnished lotinm or
furnished bouses Inl' clients'.
Apply Onlllulblil Agencies, Limited,
will illustrate Sheldon's
Fascinating Story
entitled "Rescued by Rover,"
in the Methodist Church on  Monday
and Tuesday evenings.
FEBRUARY 3rd and 4th
This will he a Moving Picture nnd
Illustrated Concert, Doors open at
7:110; programme will commence at
8:15 p.m. Admission, adults, 25 cents.
Children 16 cents.
Moving Pictures
Illustrated Songs
Having just 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 80 Days.
Sherlock Holmes.
Many equally interesting
Two hours of  Refined,   High
Class, Amusing and  Instructive
General Admission 25c
Reserved Seats 50c
Seals on Sale at Canada Drug &
Complete; (Jiiaxhk Each Night
' Changed
..,    C^nshl'i,.-/    Y    ,
of cour.se what we have in our .store
now are juast the proper thlng.5 for
thias .sea-son. if you need anything to
wear come to \js and get it.
we are .selling at reduction-s .stable
lineas which now go out of .style. we try
to give you a .square deal the year
round, here are .some of the pre sent
Stanfteld's  Underwear $4.00
Men's Fine Shirts, $1.25
Boys' Suits $5.00
Flannelette Underwear $1.00
Good Lustre Blouses Si.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
3 for 50c
Please take notice that the Board ot>
Directors ol the Revelstoke Hospital
Society, ai their meeting of 13th
January, 1908, decided that :—All-
bills and accounts against this Society
are required to be in the hands of the
Secretary, duly vouched correct by tbe IV.j'j
person ordering same fdr the Society,"^
by, at furthest, the 5th of the month
following purchase, otherwise, they
will not be considered for payment till
the month succeeding thnt.
Please   ocuforin   to   this   rule and
greatly oblige,
Tub Revklbtoke Hospital Society,
Per B. R. Atkins, Sec.-Treas.
January 16th, 1908. 3t
Liberal Association
The genei'al annus*! meeting of the
aetfl-tnke Libral Association will lie
held on Thursday, Jan.'30th, at 8:30
p. pi. in their building on Firs' street,
recently occupied by the Salvation
Army.   Every Liberal is requested to
W. B. Rohertson,
m    ...........Secretary.
Revelstoke, U. C'„ Jan. 2Ulh, 1008
Sim We beg to notify you that a
General meeting is called for the first
Wednesday in February, 1008, at
Revelstoke, B. C,|
Your attendance is requested.
WANTED   KNOWN-We have a rn™, „.„,„    „
client With  $4,000 who -.'tints a Ka^M offi P °'J5Sf
good hotel man   with  like iimoiint  to HKOHANQH OF B. C, Ltd.
join   him   iu running 11 hotel.   Apply       Business :—Systemi/ed co-operation
Columbia Agencies, Limited. of fruit shippers.
Dress Goods
10c. ind Sl)c, 'l'i 1 foi   26c.    75c. and  85c, Tweed
for50c.   S'l 50 Tweed foi 11.00,
Comforts, Blankets
We are now offering at Our January Sale Price.
Men's Odd Pants
Heavy Tweed at $1.25.   Eittra Heavy Tweed. Reg.
Price $3.00, now $2.25.
All Wool Venetians
Regulai Price tl i'-. now 90s.
Ladies Skirts costumes
One Cut of Ladles'Skirts, Prices   langingjfrom  $1
to $0.    Now just half their regular price.
Voiles, Panama nnd  Venetian  Skirts.   These are
new      lusi to band  ill  the lost  HI days.    We are
offering them now at greatly reduced  prices to
clear them out,
line only Ladles' Costume, slvse 80.    Regular Prioe
•7.60,  nuw $15;  Regular Price $22.60, how $12,00;
Regular Price $10. imw $8.
Men's Suits
Extra good value,  $12,   now  $0,00;   Pine Black
Serge, $10.00, now $10.50.                                                     >
Broad Cloth
|.ii|>. 1'. .1      Ri j .in   P   ■ ■■ |2 : .   ■     '   |1,75
Boys Norfolk Suits
Regular Price. $5.00) now $3.00.   Boys' Odd Pants
ni'flOc.'per pair.
Dress Patterns
si'i i ilu.'s ,i,.h  |I2 .i
Misses Underwear
In   fiiev   only.    Bxtni   good  value*,  nt   86c,   each.
Mule Price30c.    llll si/.ei.
Heavy Sox for Men
All   Wind     Five   Pairs   for   SI 00     Men's   Bl  ue
Furs! Furs!
Men's Overcoats
Regular Prim 11% nnw $8.00| Regular Price 98.00)
nuw *.-, 00,
Boys' Overcoats
Bfoyir (iviTfoatMiii.ri Kfff,.rs at Half Price.
Cashmere Sox- 0 pairs for $1,00.            .
lin.. "iilv. Isabella  Km H«l       1:            I', .. 175.00
Now sin mi
One only Canadian Mini Bos      Itegii u Price $40,
innv 927.00,
Russian Mink Boo* and Htole.    one      v. Boo, $46,
Ili.W $'.V\;   OTie .'III V   linn,  $26,  11""   $15      .  1" "Iilv   1'" '
$18, now $10; one only. Stole,   $20       ..   m\Z:   nrn
only. Sli.le.   $10, now $8
Men's Underwear
Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear at 50 Cents
a varment.                  ([_• i
Men's Extra Heavy All  Wool Underwear.   Sale
Prlce,76c, Per Garment.
This Is a Clearing Sale All Over the Store.
No Reserve.
Goods at Your Own Price.


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