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For family use there is nothing so
wtiolcsome and so pure as HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
IT'S BOTTLED AT  THE SPRINGS
The Mai
Provincial lifarj
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VoL 13.-NO 93
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. NOVEMBER 27, 1907
For ease of operation and perlcct.on
in results produced, this Machine
is unsurpused —Price: f 60 00 cub,
nterior Publishing Co, Agents
$2.50 Per Year
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
SWELL OVERCOATS
We have them ! The
new long styles. These
are very dressy, made in
the new cloths, with all
the latest touches. Long
back vents, sloping at
shoulders, peaked lapels,
and velvet collars, either
double or single breasted.
Prices;—
;,«|/i/*
For those who like ihem,
we have the diesis, field,
which comes aliout lhe knee
—this makes a very gentlemanly coat, made in all the
new cloths, Dark Grey, Pur-
Bon Grey, Blacks, etc. H is
all the new touches, peaked
lapels, Velvet Collars, Perfectly Tailored.
PRIOES i
$17,50 and $18.50
C. B. Hume & Co., LM
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
m Hoods ArrMftf Bally.    Dressmaking and Millinery Rooms, 2nd Floor
ST OV E S
If you want to get the- best
see our stock.
"Over 50 Heating Stoves to
select from and over 25 Cook
Stoves to make a choice from.
We have over two carloads
of Stoves and Furnaces on
our Floor and in our warehouse,
We buy the best and can
^ive you the advantage of our ty
extensive buying. X.
We only buy from the best g*
Stove makers in Canada. ty
We are showing Airtight
Heaters from $3 50 up. See
our line before purchasing.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Dealers in Baldwin, Stores snd Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
snd Sawmill Supplies, eto., Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE   H. O.
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Residential Lots, 50x140 Feet, West of Hospital
4-Acre City Lots.      ■      •       Best Fruit Land.
CITY HOUSES FOR SALE.
See or
Write
W. H. HUMPHREYS '"" '°4
Revelstoke
At (I. M. Sproat'". Kill'WOll Estate Offlce, Cowan Block, Third St.
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HKAD OKKICK: Oaloary, Amikiita.
Wholesale Md Retell Meat Merchants
Pork Packet, .nil I)h .lor 'in Un Stock.  Mark... In all tha principal  Cities and
Town, ol AHa.rU. Ilrltl.1. o-.inta.il* and the Yukon.  Packer, ol lh. ...lebntnl Brand
jl Iinp.mt.rt" Mum and Bacon, an.l > LeifUrd.
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RAILWAY
EXTENSION
Applications of lhe Edmonton-
Yukon-Pacific Company
Ottawa, Nov 26.—The Edmonton-
Yukon-P.'cilic Railway Ccmpauy will
apply next ees ion lor sn act empowering it to construct a branch line
Iron, a point on its authorized line,
to Vancouver, and Irom a point on its
authorized line, to tl.e headwateis of
the McLeod and Brazen., rivers, and
an extension (or completing its line
Irom spoilt on i>s authorized line
either to Yell..win.id Pass or Peace
River Paei, and thence by such a
route as is found or deemed most
practicable to a port in British Columbia or to connect with an authorized line ol the British Pacific Railway Company.
CONSERVATIVE CONVENTION
Will Have Good Effect on Future
of Party.
Vancouver, Nov. 26.—The Provincial Conservative Convention,
which began i.s deliberations hero on
Friday, is the most representative
gathering ol Conservatives ever held
in this province.
Resolutions endorsing the policy of
the party were passed, and all matters
of interest to Conservatives were discussed. It is generally admitted that
the proceedings will have a good effect
on the future ol the party in the province.
The Ilevelstoke delegates have all
returned.
THUNDER HILL MINE
IS RAWHIDING ORE
Grand Forks, Nov. 27.—Word today reached here from Thunder Hill
camp that the Lightning Peak Gold
Mining Company, ot St. Paul, which
has been operating a group ol claims
all summer in that camp, is now
working twelve men and is shipping
by pack train the high grade ore to
Trail smelter.
It is understood that tork on this
group will be prosecuted sll winter
snd that a system of rawhiding the
ore down the mountain to the Arrow
Lakes, a distance of twelve miles, will
be adopted.
T0lC0N0iZE
Winnipeg, Nov. 26.—High t-flicials
ol the C. P. R, Telegraph company are
in conference here considering ways
and meaiu ol effecting savings in expenditures. Those present were:
James Kent, Moutreal manager; B. H.
Jenkins, general superintendent, Winnipeg; J. Tait, superintendent, Win
nipeg; A. W. Barber, Toronto; J.
Wilson, Vancouver.
A radical policy of retrenchment
was decided upon which may involve
a reduction in the scale of wages paid
to operators.
C.P.R. HAS WITHDRAWN
Calgary, Nov. 26.—The big engineer corps ol tbe C I'.R.. having laid
out enough advance work to keep the
construction force on tbe irrigation
canals busy until ipring, have been
called into tbis ,city where they will
spend the winter working up their
summer field notes. Tbey have had a
busy season's wurk and have laid out
and staked hundreds of miles of irrigation canals since last ipring.
YE 0LDE~ FOLKS MNCERT
One ol the most enjoyable and
uuique concerts ever given in Revelstoke will be put on st the opera
house on Dec. 5th by tl.e choir ol tbe
Methodiit Church, in aid of a pipe
organ lund, They are working hard
to make it a success, both in the costuming and old time tongs. Three of
the numbers on the programme were
rendered in tbii town seventeen years
ago st one of the first concerts ever
given here, namely, "Call John," 'Pro
Phundo Basso," and "Matrimonial
Sweets." Secure your teats esrly at
tbe Canada Drug Store, where the
plan is now open.
The winner ol last weeks' Linerick
will be announced later.     Here's another chance lor those who didn't get
in lsst time time.
Uit week we had lines on the Savoy's
good tea;
Thii week it is iweetiei Ior you and
me.
The great and the small,
There's good things for all.        w-b
INSPECTING
THE MINES
Hungarian Expert Investigating Mining Methods in Canada-Surprised at Advanced
Work.
Mr. Louis Kntona, u Hungarian
metallurgist, ha] been visiting tl.e
various mines und smelters ol the
Kooteuays. He has been t."... mission
ed by his Government to mak8 a tour
of tl.e world in order to report on the
mining industries of variou- countries.
He has already visited Germany, Norway, Sweden and England. From
Canada he will proceed (0 tht1 United
States belore sailing Ior New Zealand
and Australia in order to sitidy the
methods of gold dredging in vogue
over there.
"I have seen a great deal in ihe Dominion to delight and In', rest me,"
said Mr. Katona, "Canada i .. wonderful mining country, but u>.lv tl.e surface has been scratched, I hn metallurgical methods used here ate Iar in
advance of those iu Hungary. I was
especially interested in the treatment
ol iron ores by electricity st the Cans,
dian Soo. Your copper Muellers are
most up-t.-daie I ever inspected."
Vancouver Proviuce.
Y. M\C. A.
Basket Ball Meeting.
At 9.45 yesterday evening the Y, M.
C. A. men met in the reading room to
organize a basket ball league for tbe
season ol 1907 8. About 25 members
turned out and by the enthusiasm
shown at tl.e meeting the league
should be a success this season.
The meeting opened with Mr. A.
Woodland in tl.e chair and Mr, Veith
as secretary of tlie meeting, The first
business waB the election of officers,
which resulted as lollows:
Honorary President—R. N. Doyle.
President—J. Lyons.
Vice-President—A. G. Brooker.
Sec.-Ticas.-W. Veith.
Four teams decided to enter the
league at once, as follows:
C. P. R. shops and ofli es—Temporary manager, J. Allen.
C. P. R. Locomotive Firemen-
Temporary manager, C. Neivsome.
Y. M. C. A. Uppercrusters—Temporary manager, W. Alldrit.t.
City Gymnasium Team—Temporary
manager, H. Mullu.llaud.
Several other teams are expected to
enter and as their representatives were
not at the meeting it was decided lo
call a committee meeting on the evening of the 3rd ol December, when the
schedule would be arranged.
The next discussion was in regard
to a trophy and a committee was
lormed to enquire into the matter ol
securing a suitable one, the committee
being W. A. Alldrith,.A. Woodland,
J. Watson and A. Leleaux. This
committee to report on the 3rd ol
December.
It was decided to have u small fee
of membership and 25c. will be tbe
sum which every player will pay to
cover incidental expenses in regard to
running the league.
All teams entering must give their
list ol players, each lilt to consist ol
not more than eight men.
GYMNASIUM NEWS
The senior class is gaining strength
with su aversgeattendai.ee of 20 men,
The drill is now done to music and it
ii a grest help to getting the class to
do real good work.
On Thursday night a grading contest will tako place, which will give
the good gymnasts a chance to show
their colors and will make the work of
a much higher class i.s eaoh man will
be able to get the work that suits his
particular needs.
Tbe leaders corps is now organized
and ii going very well with six members who will this winter be a great
help to the physical director in handling the classes.
On Friday night the high Bchool
boys will play tbe working boys a
game ol basket ball. Both teams are
confident of winning and a good game
is expected, tl.o game willstart.it
8.30 p.m.
FREIGHT TARIFFS
NOW EFFECTIVE
Vancouver, Nov. 27.—The new C
P.K, freight tariff which place Uncommercial intereits ol Vanoover in a
poiition to compete with Winnipeg
to Interior and Northwest Territory
points to a greater extent than formerly went into effect yesterday.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Control Immigration—The Jury
Disagree-Vesuvius in Eruption-Benefit Canada-Ex-
President Dying.
Ottawa, Nov. 27.—The government of India will take steps to
control Hindu immigration.
Rathdrum. Idaho, Nov. 27.—
The jury in the Steve Adams minder case lias been discharged, being
unable to agree on 11 verdict, ufter
being out twenty-one hours. Tl.e
jury stood eight for acquittal and
four for conviction.
Naples, Nov. 27.—Mount Vesuvius, after two months of inactivity,
is emitting clouds of dense smoke,
accompanied by considerable roaring from three fissures around the
old crater. Some alarm is felt in
the surrounding towns in view of
the recent earthquakes in Calabria,
it being recalled that tl.e great
eruption of April, 1908, followed
the Calabrian earthquake of 1905.
Vancouver, Nov. 27.—That the
present financial troubles in. the
United States will operate to the
benefit oi Canadian securities on
the English money markets is the
opinion expressed l.y Mr. William
Murray, manager of the local
branch of the Canadian Bank 0!
Comm. ree, who has just returned
from a trip to Eastern Canada.
New York, Nov. 27.—Ex-President Cleveland is dying.
Vancouver, Nov. 27.—The information ol leagues at Merritt,
Nicola and at Arrowhead, was
announced at the meeting last
night of the Asiatic Exclusion
League held in Elks' Hall, Robson
and Granville streets, under the
guiding "hammer" ol President Von
Khein-
HOSPITAL BALL
Sixth Anniversary to be Held
New Year's Eve
The Ladies' Hospital Guild have decided to hold the annual hospital ball
on Tuesday, December 31, New Year's
Eve. Now that the date has been
arranged, preparations will proceed
apace in order to make this greatest of
social functions a complete success.
Tlie co-operation of all is requested
and no ell'ort will he spared to make
the ball of 1907 thc most successful of
any previous year. The opera house
has been engaged for the occasion, and
the Independent Baud will supply the
music. The usual supper will also be
furnished. Tl.e date chosen, New
Year's Eve, is very appropriate, since
the time honored custom uf dancing
the Old Year out nnd the New Year
in, is always a popular pastime and
can be indulged iu on this occasion, a
fitting ending as well us a beginning
to the year. It ie rumored that the
gowns this year will Iar surpass any
previous ball.
BOURNE BROS.
Fitf-vTtfAS        HAVE A CUP OF
-^-"l '     Bourne's Tea
(1 That's a very pleasant sound
-*| when you are lired and feel
■*/ lil"    something    relresning.
■—f You won't lind  all Tea  re-
^,.£ freshing,  but  you  will find
"   jL 'bs' our's is not only refresh-
.,!""..-. ing, but it is pure,—thi most
>—1 jtnportint thing of all.
WE HAVE OUR NEW SEASON'S STOCK OF TING LING
and BOURNE'S SPECIAL on sale now. These are the
chuicest Ceyl.ui Teas, specially blended for the water of the
district. Don't lurget we are headquarters for Tetley's Bulk
and Package Teas.
Vpff.a-i-aKI.3C! Wc 8t" "ie very.!best t!lat 8row- sPecial
V tr.gClaUJ.Go   Price on quantities.
StOVeS and HeaterS 0f these tbis Fall, but have a
good assortment lelt. See us before buying. We curry tbe best and
will eet them up Iree ol charge,
GROCERIES     HARDWARE      STOVES     PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots andjShoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
% first St. Op. Uni
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j,'Jujr*Tn.*'~ttrxizw"iisisz&&£tti
LORD'S DAY ALLIANCE.
Annual Report Makes Unfavorable Criticism.
In the animal report ol the execu*
live ol tho Provincial Lurd's Day
Alliance the action ul the attorney
general ol this province in refusing to
sign indictments Ior prosecution ol
violators ol the Lord's Day act ii
■everely oritici/.ed. Tbo statement ii
made that his action has actually resulted in increase ol labor and business
upon the Sabbath. Further, the
report states that tl.e view that the attorney-general has the power to veto the
law within tl.e province has not been
entertained by any other attorney general in the Dominion,and that neither
tl.e attorney-general nor the cabinet
ol British Columbia bas given public
justification of this refusal to enforce
the act,
Tl.e report is distinctly unfavorable
to the sacred concert on the Sabbath,
terming it "a subtle innovation snd
.in insidious influence." Tl.e Sunday
paper, too, is slill "a feature ol violation ol law, ss well as an untoward
inilii.fi ce of serious strength."
Large fancy Calendars just to band
at Bowi' Drug Store.
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Hraiicl.es iu the Provloce. of Manitoba, AlbcrU, Saskatchewan,
llritisl. Columbia, Ontario, Qaeboe.
Capital Authorized •       •        •10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up ....   t4,860,000.00
Reserve Fund -       -       *       -       *4,88o,ooo.oo
D. R. Wilkie, President; Hon, R. Jaffhay, Vice-President,
A General Banking Businesa Transaoted.
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.-A. E. Phipps, Manager.
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THE SPIRIT OF WINTER.
The deep embrowned wood
Is garlanded with wreaths ol fleecy-
white,
And the  gaunt  and  sombre fir tree
stun.Is a Nortl.land sprite,
Mtillleil iu snowy huod."
The first snows ol winter have come
again and nature enshrouded iu her
winding sheet sleeps her long nleep,
l.er work tor a lime ceased, ready at
the first signs ol returning spring tn
shake off her pall and renew her life
In wood and meadow. What would
Canada be without her season ol snow
when ruddy youth, his blood tingling
with the glow ol health, takes his
recreation in the keen Irosty sir Tbo
pleasures uf winter are many, and few
there should be who cannot enter into
the spirit of winter pastimes. Health
giving and exhilarating is the frost,
and the very lact ol winter makes the
return ol summerall thc mure delightful. Let ub therelore one and all do all
we can to make tbe coining winter joy
ous and prosperous. Tho more we
ponder over and dwell on possible bad
titnos the mure wearied and morose
we become and our business declines
in consequence. Let ub be up and
doing! Let us go our rounds ol daily
lile this season with a smile and a
h.petul heart and il this is done we
will nevor have oauto to look back on
the winter of 1907 with painful memory. II we enter into the Cliriitmai
Tide in the right spirit, no one can
complain ol bad times, and each ol us
should endeavor to instill into our
neighbour the true spirit ol good
cheer.
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST,
The following are the return! up
till midnight, Tuesday :
Fire Hall No. 2 167085
Y. M.C. A 126067
Knox Chinch 101136
Catholic Church  12828
St. Peter's Churcli  121112
Hospital     7059
Methodiit Church    2991
Public School    '2882
K.ufP    1021
Masonic Lodge      880
Locomotive Engineers     620
K. 0. F,     620
I.O.F     6.10
1.0.0. F     430
Machinists      340
Brakemen     260
Firemen C. P. R      160
Spoiled votes—75.
The I'ei.n-ylvauia Railroad company
l.as sent an ollicial notice to ollicers of
tbe law all over the country, advising
them to use more stringent measures
in dealing with vagrants who sre
caught stealing ridci on trains, Tbe
company's action is the outcome of a
reeent accident at Ridgeway, Pennsylvania, where five trainmen were
frightfully injured in attempting to
-ject a 'tramp, who defended himself
with a bottle of nitro-gl, csrms, It is
estimated that vagrancy is costing
the railroads nl the country not less
than |25,0tK),00O annually. In ths
put five years tbe railroads hits killed
23,964 snd injured 25,236 tistups.—
International Railway Journal,
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ITIU.1SHK1. WK1.SKSI.AV AMI SATUIt
DAY ST
IREVELSTOKE. B.C.,
MURPHY .V FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Olliee Agents
Praetiee before Railway
Commission,
Chas. Mdbphy,
llAI'Ot.li  FlBHES
/ ill.LAX A KLLI01T.
IMirf-f- I Solli -. Etc.
BBVKWTOKt mi. Till.I'l I.AKK, II. I'.
C, F.. OlI.U.v J.C. lu i.'ll-
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ARVEY, McCARTER
AND l'lNKUAM,
IIAKIl.sll-lls, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Omen    ht'itiKi. Bank Riook, Kkvki.-
>S.UKK, II. C.
Money to loan.
Orn.-i-f Itcvclstokc, B.C-, Cranbrook, H. ('.
QSO. ■"■ M.t'.uT.;..,
I. M    l'lNKUAM. J, A. IlAKVKY,
Keulsinkclt. ('.      Cranbrook 11. ('.
J, M. Scott 1.I..D *.*•'-1- Brlggs,
OCOTT   AND  BRIGGS
Barhistkrs, Solicitors, Ktc
Money To Loan*
Solicitors POR Molsons Hank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.t'
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AS. A. McFARLANE
ASSAVER A CHEMIST
A»ay ol ail Ores,  sam|.les l.y ...ailor express
receive t.roui[>'. ftttentio...
T.-ruil Moderate.
Addbess     •    •    •    Box ...J Kaslo, n. C.
should have every bit af .....cb consideration ns transcontinental passengers. Trallic in this section ot tbe
west has increased very considerably
in tbe past year or two nnd in view
nl that [aol il i.-i only natural to expect
that proportionate facilities I c given
for extra accommodation. Rovelstoke
has a very strong claim for increased
service since she is n central point,
the headquarters of a large commercial district and a junction ol a line
to the south, tapping a large a d extensive region from whence a continual stream of passengers is pissing
to and (ro. The travelling public
whicli pass through Kevelstoke tire n
class of people who nre building up
the commerce of the province and
such as would materially benefit the
railroad oompany as well as tl.e C' m
iuerci.il development of the west. The
request ior .... a.I.liii..mil train Irom
Ilevelstoke to ll.e const is woll founded
and the mutter should be put before
the O.P.R. ns urgently as possible.
The long weary waiting for overdue
traina in the winter mon.I.s I.as been
borne by our people long enough and
tl.e local trallic will well warrant in-
creasid service. The Hoards nf Trade
in Ibis western I'.tcific division should
be unanimous In their request and we
feel sure that the C.P.R. will see the
necessity of thus accommodating this
section of its travelling patrons, which
step must come sooner or later.
■nOBEHT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Mine Suiveylng
Engineering
McKenzib Avenue,
Sox luo, Revelstoke,
M
ISS M, E, CREIGHTON
TEACHER OF PIANO, VOCAL
HaKMONY C0UNTEKP0INT, etc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations,
STUDIO-At  Mrs. J. C.   Hntohlson's Uon
naught Avenue.
Zbc fll>atl4)eralb
" 1 would .  .  .  earnestly advise them Ior
their good to order this paper to be punctually
served up. and to be looked upon as a pari ol
lhc lea isniip,ige."-Anniso.v.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27, 1907
POSTAL SERVICE.
The question of the sorting and delivery of the mail on its arrival in the
city, has for a long time exercised the
minds of tbe RevelBtuke public. Complaints bave been made tht tl.e mail,
ii tbe trait, shuuld arrive late, is left
until morning for delivery which fact
not infrequently has caused considerable delay iu business transactions
and entailed a journey, may be, out of
town whicli could have beeu avoided
bad tbe letter been available on the
night before, lie that as it may, it
is hardly to be expected thut the post
olliee staff can work all night, and ns
it is, their hours art long as compared
with lorne, and unless arrangements
Cf uld be made whereby o night staff
was employed to sort the muii, no
solution of the difficulty could be
arrived at. We understand that the
postmaster had agreed to lurnieb a
night man if the city council would
consent to supply the electric light
necessary lut the night service, free o!
charge. The council have turned
down tbe proposition it being, in their
opinion impossible to grant (ree lights
to one party without doing it to ull,
This being tbe case, we learn tbat the
postmaster bas taken their refusal as
a sign that the people do not wisli to
stand this small exiiense in order to
gait, the facilities of being able to get
their mail as soou ai it arrives and
will nut now employ the extra man as
be had originally intended. Now
while we agree with tbe council in not
being willing to supply free light to
anyone, still ut the same time this i
another .'natter and one which affects
ton large extent and will greatly benefit
tbe whole of the oommunity snd tbe
money expended on such light would
I* practically nothing as compiled
with the eitll expense entailed to the
pMtmitter, It is evident tbat the
people as I whole are desirous ol having the night p.-ital service and would
be quite willing to allow the free light
in tbe poetofflce; in that case the
Council should certainly give way to
public opinion. The council have
complained ol the Inefficiency ul the
postotlice here, but do not seem to be
at all anxious to help remedy matters,
As regard, the Big Bend mail service
we sre informed by the postmaster
that an otter has been mnde to carry
tbe mail through the llend for
|S0 for tbe round trip, which oiler has
ben. lent to Ihe department recommended by the inspector; accordingly
ve cal. safely say that tbis service will
now bc continued during the winter.
JEWS V. CHRISTIANITY,
As touching the matter of the sen-
ttiumil resolution recently made by
the New York board of education,
ordering lhat no hymn or choral containing mention of Christ or Christmas shall henceforth be sung in the
New York public schools, the Nelson
News has the following except:
"The action of the New York school
authorities in banishing all thought ol
Christ und Christmas Irom lhc school
books, is based upon n very different
idea thun the one urged by Mr. Roosevelt for abolishing the motto on the
coins. For years past tbe Jews have
controlled many of Gotham's largest
industries and hnve become a powerin
the biggest city of the Tinted Stutes.
That they should object to the public
schools, which tbey help to maintain,
teaching Christianity, however indirectly, is not to be wondered at, but
usually the Jews are diplomatic and do
not insist on their religious views
being respected by those who do not
belong to the chosen race. That they
shuuld deliberately raise such an issue
in New York ns they have done in the
case ol thie latest school order, only
6hows how strong they think they
iitive become. ,
"The JewB cannot banish Christmas,
eveu in New York. Uotham could
much better do without the Jew than
without Christmas and ull thut the day
stands for, but Christiun missionary
bi cieties, which annually collect lnrge
sums for the purpose ol converting the
heathen, might well turn their energies to converting the Jews in America
uud especially the Jews in New York.
ADVOCATE LOCAL TRAIN.
Many ul our conteiuporailci along
the route ol Ibo C.P.R. main line, n"e
devoting editorials ol more or left
leogth lo lie .|ijfsti(ii. ol an additional tram service Irom Hevelslokc to tl.e
Coast, pointing that tho time has arrived when the local  travelling public
1ARLY HISTORY
IN REVELSTOKE
The opening shoot of tbe Uuu Club
took place ut the range on Wednesday
July 26th, 1894, Tho weather was
most unfavorable for good shooting,
the wind beiug high, with intervals of
rain. The shooting was at clay pig-
tons sprung from the trap ut a distance oi 20 yards. Une competitor,
Mr. Woodrow. succeeded in hi 'ing
nine birds out ol ten. Ther. ere
two sweepstakes; entrance 60 Cl nts,
First Sweepstake, 6 Birds—J. I.
Woodrow,.'); H.A. Brown, I. Guy
Barber, 4; IV, F. Crage, 3; F, B,
Wells,3; II.,I. Bourne. 2; VV, Cowan,
•j
Second Sweepstake, 6 Hir.ls—J, I.
Woodrow. I; Guy Barber, 3; H.A.
Brow... 3; Im li. Wells,:). W, Cowan,
2: IV, I', ('rage, 2.
A gnat scramble ii reported lor ..
choice piece of lund across tbe Illecillewaet. Two well know., citizens
have made application for il,    One '.(
them put up a ihsck and slept ...i tbo
premises one night, and telegraphed
to tin. Dominion Land Agent ...
Kamloops of this occupation of the
premises, while the other gathered
himsell together and went to Kamloops to make personal applicatinn.
Even money ll wagered on the result.   Sat. Sept. 22, 1894,
In what respect does tbe Revelatoke
Eire  llnl  Iresemble  the  isthmus ol
Panama?—Belore long both of them
will contain  nr.  'Ilj old ditch.   Jun I
181)5.
LOCAL CASES OF INTEREST
Burr vs,  Arrowhead  Lumber
Company.
The Supremo County of Canada
have delivered judgment dismissing
with cats the action brought by F. S,
Burr against then, in so Iar as tie
action was an action lor damages in d
that wits the main point of contention.
They also givo the company the costs
of tho appeal to the Full Cot.it, but
no costs ol the appeal of Burr to the
Supreme Court of Canada nre allowed
I to either party. The Court also find
thnt Burr committed a breach of bis
J contract .villi the Company und thnt
the Company .igl.tlully took posses
lion ot his outfit and completed tbe
logging contract. They nlso find ibat
■in account should he token of lh..
...n..tint whicli Hi..r c ..ii.l have made
under the conlr.ct if he had finished
it and of the value ol his outfit seized
under the mortgage, and against thine
Items tl.e company nre to oharge up
nil the money-, they expel.tied in doing
the work which Burr should have
done, and all moneys advanced ly the
company to Burr under this mortgage
and nny damages that the con piny
sustained by reiiBon ol Burr's breach
of contract. This in effect gives tie
company judgment in their counterclaim.,
K. C. Elliott represented Burr iu
the action und U.S. McCarter represented the Company.
(1KNICLLK VS. (IENEI.I.K ANDOTHEltS.
The Full Court at Vaucotive. Imve
lisn.issed witn costs the uppe.l l.y
Joseph tieuolle from the jttdgmtnt.f
Clement, J. in the uctiun ugninst
! Peter Genelle, the Yule Columbia
Lumber Co. and the Bowman Lumber
Company.
Joseph claimed thut a verbal agreement was made in l'JOO between I.itn
and bis brother I'eter, that the hitter
would "ive him a half of his interest
in the Yule-Columbia Lumbor Co. if
Joseph would cine to Kootenny and
manage the business.
l'lie trial judge nnd the Full Court
hnve held thnt no such agreement wns
entertained by the evidence.
S. S. Taylor, K.C., ol Nelson, represented Joseph Genelle, and Harvey,
McCarter A Pinkham represented
Peter Genelle nud the Yale-Columbia
Lumber Co., and W. A. Maedonald,
K.C., ol Nelson, represented the other
defendants.
COUNTY COURT AT OOLDEN,
Judge Wilson, in the County Court |-
at Golden, has given judgment die,
missing the action brought ugninst
the Columbia River Lumber Co. by
H. Carter and two other woodsmen
who claimed that tbey were hired ut
Calgary to work in the wuods at (.1 ll-
den by a Calgary employment agent
to whom they paid the usual fee for
finding theni jobs and who promised
them (ree transportation from Calgary
to the work, Tbe agent bought the
tickets and charged them to tlie oompany who in tttrti charged them to
the men, the company taking the
stand that tbe ngenl bad no authority
to promise free fares but only to
advance fares where necessary. Ihe
judge agreed with the company's contention and dismissed the a:tion
Gillan A Elliott lor the plaintiffs;
Harvey, McCarter .v. Pinkham lor the
Company.
GEMS and JEWELRY
Om- j-'welry t'opveseuts lhe tuost
awh-llc expression of the goldsmith's
craft, each ..elide.... entirely new
creation, fashionable tu the highest
degree, il.nl vi I nppcnl In your
Interest llie moment ynu view it. Our
tlinn.on.Is come direct from tho cutters nnd ale sold to vuu .it pleasing
...ices for gems of such quality mul
beauty. Pleased ... have yoll see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle 4 Allum
x Art and Beauty
me combined in nut' new designs in carpets, Our stock is
coiiipli'lo. and the eiilni's rich
and effective, the designs artistic, nnd ihe "tout ensemble"
is striking and beautiful. We
bava never shown such a wide
variety of patterns, und wu
huve ne.cr placed such low
prices up.... so much high
quality before.
R. HOWSOX Sr CO.'Y-
THE MOLSONS BA.KS
Incorporated by Act c( Parliament, 185,1.
HEAD OFFICE, - • MONTREAL.
Wm. Molbon Maopherson, Pies. 8. IL Ewino, ,Vice-Pres.
Jambs Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in Canu.h. and Agencies in all parts of the
world.
Interest credited four limes., year at curreiit rates tin Havings
Bank deposits, until fuilhef notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelbtoke, B. C.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON, ■ FIRSTSTREET
Fur Agricultural Imp! omen ts. Carriages, Wagons Etc., Join.
Deere Ploughs, Moliue Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggies, Pin - jr., Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheelwright and th Work attended to. Horse Shoeing a
¥                 Siiocinlty
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND CASE
BELOW will be found the names ot some ol the progressive firms in
Revelstoke who make this most popular nnd liberal offer: Tbis elegant
library nnd handsome ense will he giiiii by vote to the Lodge, Society,
Church or School in Revelstoke securing the largest number ol votes in
the following miiuner: The business men listed below will give with
EACH TEX CENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
Uth and ends Feb. 9th, 1908. A lallot hox has heen placed in the Canada
Drug A Bouk Store where tbe votes are to be deposited. At the close ol
the contest the church, school, society or lodge having the largest number ol votes will be awarded the library. Current accounts when promptly paid wib he entitled tu voies, Remember, votes can only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed helow. Each week the Mail-Herald
will announce tbe Handing ul the contestant.
The library nud case are now on exhibition in the Bhow window ol
C. B. Hume A- Co.
C. H. HUME A CO.
Groceries,    Drygoods,    Crockery
Mei j Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
House Furnishings,
PAYS WAR INDEMNITY
London, Xov 26.—Russia today wiped
out the balance ol ber indebtedness I
Japan arising fron the ... tbo
B . ■- tn embassy hai ding over I
smbaiiy ol Japan a cheque (or $24,-
302,200, Thie representi the balance
due Japan for the tintenanoe nl tbe
Russian prisoners,
CAM IDIAN DRUG &  BOOK
COMPANY, LTD,
P, lil UN.-. A COMPANY
Meats, Etc.
THANKSGIVING HYMN.
My turkey us ol th.-e
Swei t bird ol Cranl i
III tl.ee I ling.
:   i*t and wingl,
Hick, drum sticks and other things
Thy good ttufl
ll luSCioul bird.
THE     SAVOY'
Fine Confectionery, Ice Cream, Etc.
McPHAII  ,*.■ HOENELL
BOURNE BROS.
Coupons given on Hardware only
H. McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, otc.
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers.
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO. Ltd
Printers and Publishers.
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
Restaurant and Furniihed R -
Meals iron. 26o, 1,'p,
Second Street, - East End
Central Hotel
aa—    REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
ABRAHAMSON   BR03,   PROPniBTORS.
Newly  built.     Fiirt-clnsfi ir. every reaped.    All modern convenience?
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day, Speci I Weakly Ratei.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
£#==3
THE CANDY BOY
is doubly welcome when he brings
l.er a box of Manning's high grade
Chocolate drops and Fn nch mixed
candies Every..ite love. Ihem,
They are pure, delioi ius nnd
exquisitely   manufactured,   ..ud
ure prime favor.to will, ll.e I...lies
nnd children ol Revelstoke,
Mannings Qndy Mm
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Iiest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,   Rates $i a day,   Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET    sToasnr,    PROP.
Queen's Hotel
COMAPLIX
licsl brands' ru Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will fimi excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietor
T
Fir.st-Class Clover and Tim-
oihy Hay for sale. Also al
kinds of Garden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
TELEPHONE 29.
Front Street,    Revelstoke
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west ol Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washingareeasy with itshelp.
And the money saving is Ihe
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Roval Crown Wrappers. Send
lor it—Free—Also try tbe
Snap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C.
fi ink
I lmvo many enquiries fur
Fruit lan.ds from Winnipeg,
Toronto,nnd Vancouver. Persons desiring to dispose of
their holdings, large or small,
will do well to list them with
me. Correspondence solicited.
Jas. I. Woodrow.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties at reasonable prices,
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nursery ou the
mainland of B.C.   Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
OMINHOUIM IND ItlDHOUlIS VANCOUVJM.O.
E. A. SPRING
HARNESS   AND  BOOT  MANUFACTURER
Place your orders for yotii'
Harness..—Hand-jnnke Boots
and Fancy Leather Goods. . .
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTEND IDTO
FIRST STREET
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
'T
MAIRRY,   DOCTOR   or
despair- " Don't do a
thine " till you seo clearly
whaivi best by aid of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health, disease, love, marriago and parentage
Telia whal you'd auk a doctor, but don't like to
240 pages, illustrated, 25 conl*; but to introduce
It wu send one only to .my adult for pontage,
10 cents.
IM  HILL, PUB. 00.
129 last 28th Street, NEW YORK.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke bind Distriot,
Dlntrlct of West Kootenay,
TAKE NOTICK that GeorRe McCarter, of
Revelstoke, B, C, Agent, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands :
Commencing at a post planted at the north*
onst eorner of Lot 8296. in Qroup Oue, Kootenay
District; thonco west 11,619 chains; thence
north .'ill clmins; thence west 10 eliains; thence
north 30 chaius, theuce east 21,810 chaius more
or loss to thn west bank of the Columbia River;
thenee following the west bank of the Columbia River southerly to the poiut of commeuce*
mont, contaiuiug Ot acres, more or lees.
GEORGE MiaCARTKR-
Dated November 1st., 1007. Nov, 0
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J.
; MiNjer.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all rlncsrs of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FDR SALE
All kiuds of building and plastering
undertaken.
FINE CLAY AND FINE BRICKS
for sale in In nro or small -|ii*iutlties
at tho Invest prlros fui tush.
All kinds uf ImildiiiB nnd plaslariujc
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
Draying
v Storafe
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Dca    in Wood, C.iil and Fred.
Phone 71. IIoiibo Phone
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
SO MOW A JIM SAM, Pitops.
Open Day and
Night
Speciul attention given to
Supper Parties A bauq.ets
Meals, 26o.      Meal Tloksts, 15.50
LET TUB HAn.T
OPPOSITE Y. M. 0. A.
.NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Iu the matter of the estate of Charles Gittsmin
Hueher, late of Revelstoke, BriMsh Columbia, deceased.
Notice is hereby itivnu pursuant to the Re*
vised Statutes of British Columbia, 1807, Chap.
187, that all creditors and others having claims
against the ostute of the said Uhurles Glttsman
Hacher, whu-died on or about tho 21st June,
11)07, are required on or before the 20th dayof
Uoi'omlxir, 1907, to send bv post prepaid or
deliver to Messrs. Scott k Brings of the City of
Revelstoke aforesaid, Solicitors for Frederick
W. Aylmer, Administrator of the personal
estate and elTects of tho snid deceased, thoir
Christian names and surnames, addresses aud
descriptions with full   particulars of   their
liiims. ilm Htittemout nf iln'ir account ninl lhe
nature of the securities (if any) held by them.
Ami furl Iter Uko notice that after such last
metitlonod date tho said Administrator will pro
contl in distribute the assets of thodocoasod
among llm parties eutitlod therein, having re*
mini only to the claims of which bo then shall
have nolice, and that the said Administrator
11 md be liable for tha said assets or my
part thereof to any porsnn or portions of whose
plaints notice Khali not have linen received by
tiiin at tho time of such distribution.
Dated at Kevelstoke, liritish Columbia, this
first day of November, 1907.
hi ott & bhIggs;
Bolii'ltpra for Frederick \V. Aylmer, Adminis*
ministrntnr of the personal estate and
elTects of said Charles Uittsman Bacher,
deceased, sat nov »4tw
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby glvou tlmt at the next meet*
ini; of the Licensing Commissioners for the
'el-toko District, application will be mnde
mi the transfer of the license for the Reception
Hotel, Camborne, to Cory Menhennlck.
Notice is hereby giveu that at the next meet
iug of the Licensing Commissioners for Revelstoke District application will be made for the
transfer of the license for the Leland Hotel,
Nakusp. to 0-,'elvio k McKitrick.
Dated Nov. 2nd, 1WI7.
sat nuv 16 L. H. McDOUGALD.
NOTICE
Revelitoke Land District,
Distriot ot Weat Kootenay.
Take notice that w , the Lamb*Watson Lumbar Company, Limited, of Arrowhead, B. C,
occupation Lumbermen, iuteud to apply, for
permission to lease the followiug described
foreshore, being part of tho foreshore of Galena
Bay, for logging purposes t
Commencing at a post scribed "Lamb*Watson
Lumber(W planted at the S.W. cornerof
Lot 8407, thence southwesterly following high-
water mark, a uistanceof 111)ehnins.
Dated this 30th day of October, 1007.
Lamh Watson Lumber Co, Ltd.,
Jau 1)108 Hy 0. H. N. Wilkie, Ageut.
NOTIGE
Kevelstoke Laud District,
District of West Kootenay.
'lake notice that John Croft, of Beaton. B.C ,
occupation Lumberman. Intends to apply for
Bpecial timber licenses over the following de
scribed lauds:
1. Commencing at a punt planted about two
milos south of A. McCormlck's pre-emption nu
Salmon Creek, marked "No. 1, John Croft'i
south-west corner," thenoo eut 80 chains,
Iheuce north HO chains, tbeuce west 80 ebalus,
thonce south80 chainslo pointof commencement.
2. Commeneing at a post planted about two '
miles souih of A, McCormlck's pre-emption on
.Salmon Creek, marked "No. i, John croft's
south-east corner poit," thencu wust 80 chains,
Ihence north SOchains, thence eaat 80 chains,
theuce south 80 ohalni to poln. of commence*
ment-
Dated November 7th, 1907.
sat nov 16 JOHN CROFT.
NOTIOI
Notice is hereby given tbat an application
will be made to tbe Parliament of Canada at
its next session for an act Incorporatlug a
company under tie uame of "Shuswap k
Thompson Rivers Boom Company," with
power to attach booms to t'ie shores of tbe
Thompson River, the North Thompson River,
the South Thompson itiver, Kamloops Luke,
Shuswap Lake and ll* several arms, tbe Lower
spallumy'-een Hlver and tbe navigable tributaries of each and the navigable waters con*
uecttng therewith and their respective navigable tributaries all lu the I'rovluccof llrlllsli
Columbia, aud lo acquire, constructand maintain boomB, weirs, chutes, dams, slides, piers,
cribs, wharves, canais, flumes and all works of
any kind whatever that may be deemed useful
or necessary for transporting, driving, lowing,
collecting, booming, stor.ng, ionium aud delivering pulp-wood, poles, logs, timber and
lumber of all kinds, and accordingly to deepen
and widen by any means whatever any ol said
rivers or bodies oi water, and remove therefrom
all Impediments or hindrances to navigation;
and lor said purposes to expropriate auch
lauds as may be necessary, and to collect tolls
from other parties making use of the Company's works, Improvements or services; to
acquire, maintain and operate lands, works,
water powers, franchises and licenses, loads,
tramways, docks and wharves, aud tur the
Company's purposes ouly to acquire and opur*
ate telegrhpb, telephone and electric lines;
bo acquire, construct, navigate and charter
peats, lUKs aud walet oralt; to acquire tu - pru*
deny, rlghiB. frauchlnes, stock, bonds aud
lo benturos of auy other company, aud to sell,
lease, bold, exchange or diBpoie ul auy ui the
Company's property, and lur all other necessary aud Incidental rights, powers aud privileges; and that tbe Company's undertaking
may be declared to be for the general advan*
tagesufCauada.
McUlVKRIN, HAYDEN k QltKIU,
solicitors fur the Applicants.
Dated at Ottawa this 1st day nt Oetober, A.D,
1907. DOT 11
toteii * amoorne, w \ or
Datod Nov. Uth. 1901.
Ht uov 16 lm
M, J O'BRIEN.
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In the Matter of tho Companies' Winding-up Aot 1888.
The creditors eud others of the Revelstoke
Steam Laundry Company, Limited, of Revel-
stoke, are hereby notified that on the 18th day
■f October, 1907, the Company passed au Kxtra*
..rdiuary Resolution to the effect tbat the Com*
pany be forthwlnd wound-up voluntarily, under
tbe above act, aud William J. Law, of Revelstoke, was appointed Liquidator of the said
Company.
Notice is hereby given that all creditors of
the said Company are hereby notified to send
by post prepaid, or otherwise deliver to tbe
snid Liquidator, William J. Law, at Revelstoke, District of Knot-nay, on or before ftatur*
lay, .-Wili duy of November, 1007, their full
names, addresses and desctiptions, and full
particulars of their claims, account* or interests, and the uuture of securities, if any. held
by them. Immediately ufter tbe said 30th day
of November, 1W7, the assets of tbo said Company will be realised and distributed among
ibe parties entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims of which tbe Liquidator
shall then have notice, and all others shall be
excluded from tbe said distribution.
Dated the 22nd day or October, 1907,
SCOTT k BRIUGS,
Rovelstoko, li. C,
Solicitors for the Liquidator,
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You just can't get cold in the
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cozy.
Lapels may be worn open, or
turned in and buttoned close to the throat.
The collar turns up and covers the ears.
If you prefer a shorter coat—or one not so heavy
-there are the "Regent" and"% Box"-and half
a dozen other styles among the Fit-Reform models.
$15 Up. 263
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke, B.C.
If you purchase a Kootenay
without the reservoir and
decide later tha.t the
reservoir is a real
necessity, why, just
order it and attach it
yourself. It's easily
done. Merely
remove the screws
and take off the plate marked
"BEMOVE FOR RESERVOIR" (see top illustration),
whioh provides an opening
for the hot air to come
through and circulate
under the reservoir. Then attach,
by means of
"> ^ : :>^f screws, the
reservoir and
the flue box
shown in lower illustration.
A screwdriver
is the only
tool required.
MLARti
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fm Kootenay booklet on request
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
NOTICE.
Cariboo'and District.
District of Cariboo.
Take notice tbat Charles I, Hyde, of Revelstoke, H.C.,occupation, limber cruiser, intends
to apply fur a special timber license over the
following described lands:
1, Commencing ot a post planted about one
mile above the mouth of Ptarmigau Creek, and
about one mile north of Canoe River, tbeuce
160 ebains uorth, thence 40 chaius east tbence
160 ebains south, theoce 40 chains west to poiut
. of commencement.
2. Commencing at a post plauted about two
miles above the mouth of Ptarmigan Creek,
aud abuut oue mile nortb of Canoe River,
thence IfiO clialns wost, thence 40 chaius south,
theuce 160 chaiua east, thenee 40 ohaina north
to point of commencement.
S. Commoncing at a post plantek about
three miles above the mouth of Ptarmigan
Creek, and om mile north of Canoe River,
thence 80 chaina north, thence 80 chains east,
tbence 80 chaina south, theuce 80 ohaius wost to
point of commencement.
4. Commencing at a post planted about
three miles above the mouth of Ptarmigau
Creek, aud one mile uorth of Canoe River,
theuce80 chains uortb, theuce SOchains west,
theuce 80chaina sooth, thence 80 chains east to
polut of commencement,
Dated October 9th, 1907.
wee nov 18 CHARLES L, HYDE.
Revelstoke Assessment District
Take not ire that I shnll hold a Court of Revision and Appeal.under the "Assonsmoiit Act."
respecting tlio Assessment Roll of 1908
fur tho Kevolstuko Assessment District,
on Monday, ttio'lfitb day of Decoinbor, 11107, at
tho hour of elovcti o'clock In tho forouuou, at
Uio Court House. Rovolstoko.
Dated at Rovolstoko this Uth ilny of November, 1907.
C. M, FIKLD,
Judge of tho Court of Revision antl Apt-oiil,
Rovelstoke Assessment District of West
Kootenay.
lit uov ID wut
NOTIGE
District of Wnst Kootenay.
Notleo is horeby glvon that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to tho Chief Commlssloner of
Lauds and Works for a special timber licence
to cut and carry away timber from Section 2,
Town-hip:', Rig Hend.Won. Kootonay District
Dated November 8th, 1907.;
wed nov 20 *. T. KDWARDS.
NOTICE
District ol Wost Konli'tiny.
Nolle.. Ih hereby aivon tlmt 30 .lays alter date
I intend to npply to the Chlel ComnilsBlun.-r of
Land, and Works lor a special timber licence
to uut and earry away timber (rom Section .1,
Township 3, Big Bond, Wot Kootenay District.
Dated November 8th, 1907.
wed nov 20 N. T. KDWABD3.
NOTICE
Dlstrictof West Kootenay.
Notice Is horoby glvon that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to I ho Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for a special timher licence
to cut nnd carry away timber from Section 11,
Township 3, Dig Hend, West Kootenay District.
Dated November 8th, 1907.
wed nov 20 N. T. EDWARDS.
NOTICE
District of West Kootonay,
Notice is hereby given thnt 30 dnys after date
I Intend to npply to tho Chief Commissioner of
Uinl-uind Works for a special timber licence
tocut and enrry away timber from Seclion 23,
Township II, lllg Hnnd, West Kooteuay Distriot,
Dated Novomber Bth, 1007.
wed nov 20 N. T> KDWARDS.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Und District.
District of Went Koutena)',
Take uotice that Bowman Lumber Company,
Limited of Revolstoke, H. CO, occupation bum*
biiruimi, Intend to apply for a special limber
licenso ovor tlio following described lauds:
Com m en i'l ng at u [iiwt plautod about 1 milo
eusl of lllind Hay, thonce east 80 chains, thonco
suuth Wl oliaitiH theuco wost 80 chains, tnence
north mi i'linins to point uf commencement, an.l
i tiiiiiiui; r.ltl ucrus, muro ur Ies*.
Dated November 1,1907.
BoWKAN Ll HUKR I'uHI'ANr, LTD.,
llUov Iti     Bj thoir Agent, M C. Lawler.
DIABOLICAL
REVENGE
Thirteen Women and Children
Meet Terrible Death in
Flames—New York Saloon
Fired by Incendiaries.
New York, Nuv. 20 —Thirteen persons Inst thr-ir lives und several other-
were inj..red enrly today in a tenement
liouse lire at 100th street and Second
nventie. All the dead were Italians.
8. ven of the thirteen wpre children,
The bodies were found huddled to
gether in rooms on the top Hour ..I
the four story building, where the
stricken people had been driven by the
Haitics which rushed lip from the
lower ll.iors. '1 hey I....I I eei. caught
and doomed to death I clotu they succeeded in rebelling the win.l.wv which
lid to the tire escape and safety
Sume had lieeii enveloped in the Humes
and burned alive. Others, overcome
by smoke, were spared the agony of
death in llames.
That the fatal fire was the work of
incendiaries who sought revenge is lhe
opinion of the police and firemen whu
made the first hasty examination.
Three weeks ago three Italians
were caught in the attempt to rob a
sale in the saloon of the Guiseppe
Cudano, on the ground Hour, The
sale contained over $2,000, which the
saloon keeper's Iriends had withdrawn
Irom banks dniing the money panic.
Tl.e would-be robbers were arrested
and ate now awaiting trial.
The tire of tod.y started in Cudanu's
saloon and the police believe that it
may have been the work ol friends of
tho prisoners, who tuok this menus of
squaring the account with the saloonkeeper. Cudanu first discoveretl the
tire when ho went down to open hie
place ol buslmss early this morning.
As he opened the duor lie was met by
a rush ol flames and without waiting a
nn.mint to investigate dashed up the
stairs to the tenements above, crying
out to the occupants that the building
wae on lire and to run for tbeir lives.
When he reached the rooms occupied
by his own family he burst in the
doors and seizing hie young eon Dominic in hie arms, told Mrs. Cudano and
other member ot the family to follow.
Cudano and the boy managed to find
their way down the stairs to the street
but belore the wt men could get
through the llames had cut off their
exit. It is supposed that Mrs Cudano
snd the other children sought ealety
in the upper part ot the building.
So quickly did tbe flames epread
that almost before the firemen arrived
the whole building wae a furnace.
Even lhe criee of the women and
children were drowned by the roar and
crackling, I tho flames, the hissing
engines and the shouts of the frantic
c.owd which pressed as closely as
possible to the lire lines. Not a single
person was seen to appear at any ol
the windows cl the building. The
roast.. tor this was explained when
alter the flames had been partially
checked firemen [ought their way
through the front of the upper floors.
There they came upon piles of dead,
where thev had fallen victims to the
rush ot flames and smoke even belore
they had a chance to attempt to save
themselves, in one of the heaps the
firemen found a woman who had made
one laet desperate ell'ort to eave the
life of her bady, even wl cu she knew
that she herself was doumed lo a horrible death. She had tolded her arms
tightly around the little one and then
huddled down close to the door, her
body protecting that of the ciiild. The
mother's body was badly burned.
That of the child bore scarcely a mark
but it waB dead (rom suffocation. On
every side of tbe mother and child lay
the bodies ol other victims.
I MONEY THAT'S  NOT MONEY.
Side Lights on the Financial
Stringency.
It waa a genuine one dollar United
States bit) and had been passed Irom
hand to hand in Sun Francisco and no
otic I.ad tlisput d its value. It Inul
bought groceries, and booze, and haircuts and all sorts of things in its
varied travels, and to come to such an
end!
The paying teller of a local hank
took the piece of paper, looked at it,
turned it over, looked at the man
who handed it in, felt like turning
that worthy over and kicking him,
luoked at the bill again and then
irrevelatttly asked:
''What in skyrockets is it?"
'That's a genuine dollar bill and I
want it changed lor lllver."
"Uh, I see. Well, the bunk across
tie way may be able tu accommodate
yon," und the Innk norms tho way rc-
ler.ttl tl.e po».-eaior of the bill back
again to lhe "hank across the way "
On the top of the bill were the
winds: "Sm Frai oisoo t'le.tring
Hone.- Ce.tilica'-c." It was daled Nov.
1, 11107, an.l bore tl.e 'ono dollar
mark," though it did not siy when it
was payable. There weie . uly two
tints on the paper and it looked easy
to counterfeit.
"Of course, though it i. good for the
sum named, tl.e whole | ncedure is
illegal," said a local hank manager
when shown the bill, "b..| .1 spcrutu
conditions requi.e deeper..'!' remedies,
The banks, across lhe international
line are prob.bly sound ti id solvent,
but though they have ll.c .-ecurily
they have not lhc eurren-y medium
and this method to get it w.ia adopted.
Every bunk in San Fran.i-c.. requiring bills has to deposit s.. tu ity with
the dealing It..use for.lhc amount of
hills printed. There is i»i I iv, however, which entitles the Ban Kninoieco
clearing house or any olhcr clearing
house to issue currency, but the present conditions are such that a proced-
uie of this kind may be safely connived at. it is the only thing that
can save the country, and so long us
people accept this kind of money and
paas it from hand to hand, it is all
right. When the depression i«, over
the bills undoubtedly, will be returned
at their par value."
"What would you do it some of
these bilis were oflered at your bank?"
We would only take them an collections, but we have relations with
American banks and after sending
them down there and obtaining secur
ity for them we wculd treat then. aB
cash, but otherwise they would not be
w.rtha cent in our eyes."
B. C. TOOTH PICK.
Single Stick of Timber Contains 14,400 Feel.
The record for the largest stick of
timber has been given to British Columbia. The tree Irom which this
gigantic log was cut was owned by
Messrs. Gilley Bros, on their Pitt
Biver limits, and bought by the Pacific Coast Lumber Co. and again sold
to a California firm. The dimensions
are 80 feet long, 5 Ieet wide snd 3 leet
thick, weighing 20 tons and containing 14,400 leet of lumber, It is the
largest single piece ol wood ever shaped
by the band ol man. No mill could
saw it and tbe log had to be sawed
and iquarel by hand. To gain an
idea of its immensity it is only necessary to elate thai it would cover, il
mado inlo flooring a hall ol 120 leet
squire. A plank walk a foot wide and
sn inch thick would reach two miles
snd 3,840 feet, or if strips of wood an
inch .'quare were stretched along the
ground it cuuld furnish material eul-
Bolent to give a length of 32 miles and
1280 yards, Thero ie not a knot in
the limber snd it ie equally ae large
one end ae on thc other.
NttMHf Dittw tUM Pur "IpNtol.
KEEP THE MONEY AT HOME
While the hanks are being blamed
for sending large sums of money to
Wall Street the fact should net be
overlooked that Canadiau Insurance
companies ure net altogether guiltless
ot financing foreign undertakings while
plenty of home investments are to be
found. There are cunipinies which
pursue the patriotic policy of keeping
every dollar in Canada; there are
others which, seeking the greatest immediate return, sacrifice ths future
for the present, by buying the securities of corporations of the United
States. A reader of The WorlJ, who
ia a policyholder iu one of tl.e strongest Canadian c mpanies, points out to
us that while a trolley-line would open
up the district in whicli he lives and
undoubtedly prove a very safe investment, his money forms part of a large
inm loaned to a trolley company somewhere in Illinois, lteferei.ee to the
report of ihe insurance company in
question shows that while it has ten
millions invested in American eeeuri-
tiee, only four millions of its reserves
are in the form of Canadian bonds and
debentures. The insurance companies
of Canada are an'Important part ol ils
financial system. They draw large
suniB ul money from the general stock
and there iB much to l.e said (or tho
proposition that they should be compelled to return it lo the general stock
instead ot transferring it tu other
countries.—Vancouver World.
THE PEOPLE'S BREAD
Canadian Wheat Fields a Link
Wilh England.
The total area ot wheat land at
present in cultivation is capable ol
supplying 606,900,000 mouths with
bread. The mouths to be fed number
586,000,000. That may seem a large
margin, but it is one which will rapidly vanish with the natural increase
ol population, while tlw proocse will
be a derated by the tendenoy now
shown in Japan and China to use
wheat instead ol rice fur food. Thus,
ten, fifteen or twenty years will eoe
the supply lall below the demand,
unless Ircsh wheat lands are brought
into cultivation. Fortunately, there
arc nearly 500,000 square miles ol such
lind awaiting tillage in Western Can
ada, but outsido Canada there is no
great available area. The future bread
supply of this country will   thun  <le-
;>••  .'.If  rei tions ul Ca i.itla to
the United Kingdom, and, «... sl.-li
do well to make every effort lo bind
jur daughter state to our aide by tbe
clone-it lies of affectiou und mutual
interest. If thesf wheat lands were tu
pass into I.ut.ds unfriendly lu F...gland
her people might be made to pay
enoiniously lur their wheat. The days
uf 1812, when the loal stood at Is 8d,
might l.e repeated with consequences
which il is dillicult to contemplate
with '.quanimity.—Long Dally Mail,
LIVE STOCK CONVENTION
A meeting of the Executive Committee of the National Live Stuck
Associiition wits held on Thursday,
November 7th, at the office of the
Live Stoek Commissioner, Ottawa, lo
consider .lie culling of the next con-
Mention ol thut body. The meeting
was attended l.y tl.e President, Hun.
Juhn Dryden, Toronto, Out; the Vice-
President, Mr. Robert Ness, Uuwick,
Hue.; Messrs. O. A. Oigaull, tjuebec,
Que.; Arthur Johnston, Greenwood,
Out. and J. G. lli.tlie.Ii.nl, Live Stuck
Commissioner. Owing to illness tho
secretary, Mr. Wrtatervelt, wiib unable
to be present. The Hon. Sydney
Fisher atte ided the meeting during
the early partol the day.
Arrangements nere made Ior the
holding ol the next convention at
Ottawa, on February 5lh, Oth, and
7th, next. These d.ites were select!tl
so as to permit the breeders Irom
Western Canada and aleo from the
Maritime provinces to attend the
meetings ol the cattle, sheep and
swine associations, most ol whicli will
be held at the end of January and
during the lirat lev daye in Februar;,
as also the Horse Show and meetings
ut the HorBe Hieeders' Association!
which arc arranged tor the week
following.
A programme for the convention
wus informally disctiSBed but not
definitely arranged. A number of
Bubjecte will probably be dealt with,
but it ie likely that the principal dis-
will be on the advie.ihilityoIauiendi.ig
the rcgulutiona governing the admission to Canada uf pure bred stock. It
is also proposed to take up and discuss
the beet means of retaining for our
Canadian breeders the Canadian market for pure bred stock and it is prob
at.ie that a nu.nkr of specially prepared papers on this subject will he
submitted. The luture uf our export
trade in pure bred stock will alsu b.
diecusBed, while it is expected tha;
cunBideruble light will be thriwn on
our export trade in c .ttle and sheep
for slaughter, as also our export trade
io mea a and mem food products.
The (act that a majority of the live
stock meetings are to l.e held immediately prior to the convention will
render it possible for these bodies tu
definitely instruct their delegatis as
to the stand Ihey are to take on the
various subjects likely to come up for
discussion. While this.tdvaut.ige wiil
not be shared by a number ol the
horse breeders' associations, it is to bc
hoped that the latter will huld special
executive meetings lur the purp.-ee'ol
instructing their delegate tn ihe
convention.
ADVISED  TO  HOLD  CATTLE
OAMARY, Nov. 20.—P. liuins, the
big Western Cauadinn meat packer,
advisee stuck raisers.-I Alberts against
silling th.'ir heei at this lime and telle
then t.. hold it (or two mo..the, when
the province will be overrun with
tiuyerB who will be glml to pay big
prices. He says that il he had the
money he would buy up every head ul
licet stuck iu Alberts, and feed the...
until Bpring when tup prices will be
realized.
Local Rcvc'atifl.0
Rnoi.ii.ut part-; of Canada
"..,- pin.1 an.lTI.ii. -'■ .1.
in Selkirk 11 til. upatalvB, al - ii.tn    * I   cl I<.
,li*iiissi..ii  .'Arrain|-me!it ol Capitalism.    AU
iiil.fr.-f.tfil nn- ,vL'li-..l.Uf.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp  No. 229.
MeoK Second and K.....I1. Wedne .la,* In
unci. ........I.,... Belklt-k Hull.   Visiting Wood-
...uu cordially Invited lu intend.
W. J). AUMSTltONO. Con, -*o,.i.
J- JIcINTVI'.K. Clerk,
ItEVELSTOKE AERIE Nu, 432
F. O. E.
Tho rDirnliir moettnst un. lield in tlio Selkirk
Hull ever;Tuesday evening at So'cloc*. Visit-
ilia brethren uro curiliully Invited.
II. a. UUOWN. PlBBIDBST.
IV. K.Hel.Al'.'Hl.IN.Slfi'Bl.rAUl.
Kootcnav LodKoNo. 15 AF, & A.M.
,.,    -;'* Tlio I'tiKt.lur meet.
". >     ' . inn- art- hold In th.
,..i.. \/-'  -.        Jl Masonic    Temple,
,| "•  ,.-\ / Jdd Fellows Half.o.,
',    '  '   Vt- .hctl.il'd.Moiidayii.
'I ".*     ,   .'( each month   at   -
.   ;.J...... Visii.njtbroth
■;_<l& !.-..   co....filly   wel
■ y-*~*i* cine
- - -S*
V. t.. I'HOCUNIER, Sunn .'Anv.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12. 1.0. 0. F.
Meeis every Thtmdai
..veiling    In     Selkirk
I,Hall   at   8   o'clock.
Visiting brethren oor
-liull)   inv.:,,1.  to ,i
tend
J, MATHIE, Sk.
tt. THIMIll.K.N.il.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B, C.
MKKI's KVEUY WKDNK8DAY,
cxiept Third Wednosdey ol
each month,... .he Oil.ifell.iws'
Hall al s o'clock, Visiting
Knight"- no- cordially invited.
T. W. BRADSHAW, (*.('.
O. H. BBOUK, K. o( R, A S.
H, A. IIHOWN. M. ol F
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Heads, Animals, Minis, Phi., 'Mc.,
MOUNTKD
Animal  li.i;:- ..I......tod.
P.O. 11.1X31.
Studio.  Cornerof First Sl. and Itoylc Ave.
Ueiol....k... II  0
r
WEDDING  RINGS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH IN8PECT0R
j UNION HOTEL'
j RESTAURANT
UdDErl NEW MANAOeMENT
Mculs at ail Hours
Kv rything I'p-to-IXt c
Stewart McDonald, • ULr
...
MSO.
C. P.R's. NEW DIVISION
Growth of Western Lines Has
Forced Too Much Work
on Superintendents.
WiNNii'Kii,   Nov.   26.—Prominent
among the changes which are under
consideration with lespoct to matters
of tl.e C.P.R. to the weet iB the fur
mation of a new division which will
require tl.o appoiutment ol a new
superintendent whose name will he
announced In a lew days. The new
division will be knuwn ns Saskatoon
division, hut just what will be the
exact con ties of the territory which it
will include is a mutter which hue not
yet been decidod. One scheme is to
include Irom the junction of thi
Kirkoila branch to Saskatoon, may be
decided upon, while another, possibly,
is that of dividing the lo.ritury and
transferring part of tlio Edmonton
ejection to the proposed Saikatoon
territory.
There is a lish pond lur tho children,
limey articles lur the ladies, pipes I. r
the gentlemen, home made candy ft r
all nnd refreshments free uf charge at
the 'At Home,"in Holklrk Hall un
Thursday next.
The place whore Santa CIiuib huyB
his sleighs ia at the Ideal;
/~l'''l'.\        l^MMiA.,
MO.  5  COMPANY
Men.bets .f ..huve Com puny wil
muster for Company Drill ever;
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
II. a. BROWN,
1 m Captain,
Ilevelstoke, 13. C. Nov. 6,1907.
""notice"
1 list rid nf VVest Koutenny.
NoUco Is hereby given tlmt 90 days after date
1 intenil to apply tu lln:' hlef I iiiniiii.-inner nf
Uiul- nml Wnrk'* fnr ii ipeotnl Umber licence
luenl nml curry nway tlmtx r frmn Section 36,
TownahinS, lllg Bond. Wut Kootenny Districl
Jialcil NovemberSilli, 1907,
wed nov U N- T. gDWABDB,
NOTICE.
District of Wost Kootonay,
Notico In heroby given that BO days af'-r iltitt*
I iuii'ini toapply tn tin* Chlof CoromMoner nf
L.tinU wid Work' for a ipeclal timber licence
tdi'iiLtiiid carry nwny timber frnm Boctlon 35,
Township 3, Big Bond. Wetl Koolouaj District.
Dnted November Uth, 1007,
wed nov90 N. T. KIAVAUDs.
NOTICE
Districl of Wosl Kootonay,
NoUto Is heroby given thai 80 days after date
I inii ml in it inil) to tlio I hlef Commlsslonor nf
Unds nnd works fora special timber licence
io cui nnd oarry awav timber frum BecUon -.
Township I. HIk Bet.d, West Kootenny Distriot.
Datod Novom bor Oth, 1007,
wed nov 20 N. T. RDWABDS.
NOTICE
iit'vii-ti'k.' Limi Distriot.
liiHtrii'tof West Kootonar.
Tako notice tlmt Aicxnnmr McCormick, ol
iti'iitmi, n.e lOccupatlop Teamster*intend*to
apply inr aspecial timber llceuse uver tbo lollowlng doscribod lands:
:i, Commencing at n post planted about one
mllowestol John Croft's Mo i post, marked
■ ,\, McCormlck's Nn. 3, south-east corner,"
tbonco west hu ehniiiH, thonco not th to chains,
thenceeast yj ohains,tlience south80ohaini
inijniiitui oommoncement,
Dated Nov. 7lh, 19U7.
oat nuv 16      AI-EXA  I.Kii UoCOKHlCK,
NOTICE.
Krv.'ht.iki* i.'iti-i District.
IHmrlctnf Worn KoutKwy.
Tnke notice that *aii>M Armstrong, ol Ar.
rowheadi H.c,, occupation Miner, Intends
in apply for ii -j.i'i'inl umber licence over Uie
lollowliiK described land:
Commenolng at a post planted iboul lOoyds,
north ui post marked s. W L796& and inarked
"Kobert Armstrong's 8 VV, rorner post," then* o
8U ci.ulim ii' rtn hu chains east,.*) ebains south,
hi elialm* woit to polotuf commencement,
Dated thin Until flay Of No?,, 1007
sat nov W ROBERT AKMSTKU.SC,
■     ■
-.-.-'.■■■    -
*     .  it I    V,    A,  a  | ....  ii.*-':.*. 60
tlays after daw Intend to aptly i" the I fuel
i om missioner of Lauds and works *■"■ p* r*
mission to purchase the foi low iui,' described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted abont '■« mile
northofsputh-oastcorneruftimber limit 7UM.
aad marked "W.A. Smythe's B.W. oorner post,'
b I  ihatns, them e east B0 ouaiot
■j, au chaius, thence we-t ht'chan,-- to
1   - - ■      ...-:.  tuwut, con aiding SW aci -
moreor .---.
DaU : Oct. 26th, IW7.
ff, A  -MVfUK
NOTICE
Revelttui-.t* Land District
District of Wtj.-i Kuotenay,
Take notice tiiiit 1. J. buuudersuu, miner, 00
diij-M aftor date intend m iq-piy to the Chief
Commissioner of .Laud* and Works fur per-
misslon to purchase tie following de^criOe'l
lanos:
t'oinineueing at a po.-t planted 20 chaini west
uf Hliini Daj1 and marked "J. Sauider.-iun -
north*east corner post," thenee south B0 Cliains,
thenee wertNi chains, thonce nnrth Sn ohainu
thence east SO ehains to point of commenc-
ment, oontaining t40 acres more or Ie**..-.
Dated (Jet. 28th, Wt.
J. HALNDKKSON,
Per ff. A. tMiirlba Agent
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Lund Distriet,
District of ffo»t Kootenay
Take notice that I, F. H tlnlfey. mine man-
agei 100 day* after dau Intend to apply to tne
i ttiel( .mum--en.ur ul Landi aud Works for
perml wiun to purchase tne following described
lands. . ,  .
(ummeuciug at a pott planted to chains
uorth ol tbe south-east cornei of timber limit
TUlOand marKod '*K, H. Uoffey'e norm-east
corner po t," thence south tw cnaiint, tnence
west SO cbaius lhen'*e north ad chains, tneuce
oa-t ftucnmii*-1" (Kiiul ol cuiiiiiiencemeul, con*
talning840 acres mureur lens.
Dated Uct. Wth, 1907.
F. U. QOFFEY,
I'or ff. A- Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE
Rovelstoke Land District,
District "I West hui'touay.
Take notice that I. R. M. Smythe, merchant;
GO days after Jatu miend tuapnly tu iheUuei
CommfssloneOol Lands aud works lur per*
mission to pnrcliaso the following descrilied
lands:
Commencing at a post planted td chains
north of the BOUth-est corner of umber limit
7uw aud inarked *1(. il. Smythe's nurth*west
eurner post," thenre east so chnius, theme
south 60 chains, ititi.ee we*, eo chaius, ti.euce
uurth bo chains to i-omi of commencement,
containing01Uacres mureur Less,
Dated Uct, 26th, iWT,
KM  SMYTHE.
I'or ff, A. Smyuie, -igeut.
NOTICk.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wesi Kooteuay.
Tako notice that 1, W.a. Heave, lueumoiive
fireman, 60 days after date tutend to applj to
tne t mei t ominissiouet ut Lund and -\ orits tor
pormission to purchase tne lollowing described
lands:
Commencing ata post planted about j mile
north of the suuth-east corner 61 tnnuer limit
iUltfand marked "ff, A Dearo's southeast
corner post." tbence nurth a" chains, tuunee
west ail chains, theuce suuiu eu chains, tneuce
uasttji'cli iim- tOpOlOVUl Ciiiiiueijcoiuoul, containing IMU lares mure ur loss.
Datod Oct. -'Hh, l'Ali.
W,   . UEAYU,
I'er ff. A Smythe, Agent.
NOT10JS
Take notice thai i, ueurgu 1'. Newman, of
Anuwhead, H. C, uc\.uptuiuu Clerk, uilouu to
apply for pei mission to puruiuu-j the loilowiug
liuocribed lauds:
commencing at a post piau.ed at the N.K.
uorner ot Ciara .utv^ruti i-uL^l'M, tneuce
uurth ii1' chuiun, tlieuui Wuet w uliains, iheuce
.-un.li tti cnuuis, uience aaatio vnaniSt tneuce
tiuutii IU cti.iu.n, tuvuoti cui 1Uchuius Ul'iOlUt
ol cuuiuieuw-ujeuu
Drtuo Ovot lho, IU I".
cep.ii eau        OBOBGS T. NKWMAN.
xNUi'lCL
Kevelstoke Lauu i/ntinol,
uiatriutul ■>■*ualJiuuU'iifsyi
_.NuTh Lk, nereoy gireu that 'M days after
Ua>,e 1 iiitcuO UJ appij iu tue Lmui ..omuiis*
DiOuer ut LitaUa ami llur-nS lui n jpeom iiiiioer
iicuuce lo em ami cnri) u»\ij ...uu.r uuiil
ceiiaiu iaiiUs sii utile ui tue Uutlici, oi Weal
Kooiuuu) iles1 rioeJ as iu.i)tt»:
loimueiiClug at a pus)   ^.uuieu ill ine  »eat
BuuK i-l tne Columbia tttfei auu un >...u uu <.ti
boundary o: tbe raiiwaj m!i auo .u.,ibuj ' u.S.
MelariL-r'- Soutfl-Easl i .jTuui ; uivuve i.o
uhnins west; tliouce iunu iti m,.u--; sueucu
east 1-iJCtiaius; to tue < oiuuiuta n,,vi, >ucace
soulu iiiuug ihu west bank oi not Lo.uuioid
itiver ftf chains mure ur tetis to n.e i>uiul ul
cummeucement and cuntaining OAi acres nmre
orless.
Dated November 1st., 1807,
Nov. 9 ULUKuE S- EcCABTEB.
l.NUt*ttl^i    Ui     JtUMiUsUAliOMS   CCN
bilMiSG   THE  LiIuVusaL  Ui'  i>0-
MINION    LA.NDS    WUai.N     t'UK
KAXbWAT   DKLT   IN   THlfl   WtUV-
INCH Oi'' Blil'i'tSU CuLi.'iliiiA.
A LiCBNBE io cut Umber can be ac*
iiuiud only at public ^oinpcUtioii, A
rental of io pei ntuore mile is cnuige-j
tor u.l timber bertlu except tnoae situated wesi of la it fur which the retua, is
at the rate ol J cents per acre pei unuum.
::. addition to the rental, duea at Uu*
following ratea are chargea:—
Sawn lumber, 6o cents per thousand
tret H Ai.
Hallway ;!(-•?, eight and nine feet long,
l l-i and 1 J-4 cenu each,
.-;  .. to;is. L'i cents a cord.
All othw f'rocucts, •> per cent un the
sales.
A ticonac la Issued so soon aa a bertn
grai i, but in tnirveyed teir'.tuo no
Umber tan be :ut cr a oeftn u.*tiJ ihe
. enaee boa made a survey tbeivoi.
:.in,.;.~, to cui Umbei uie aiau jirante-i
nt public competition, exte^i iu tut ease
nt actual settiers, wnu reguue tne um-
. ,..; Liieir own use.
Peltiers and otheis may also ootaln
permits to cut up to M c^rds ol wooa tor
sa.e   without   winpeiiLiun.
ine outs puyaoie uuder a permit ure
fl,60 per thousand feel B.M., for w.uare
tnnuer and sawiutfs of any wood ex*
cept oak; irum 1-^ to 1 1*2 cents per uneuJ
toot tor bunding logs; from U i-i to Zo
cents per oord for wood; 1 cent tor fence
puhis; & cents for railway lies; and 60
tenia per cord for shingle noils.
Leases lor gruzing purpuBee are issued
tor a term ol' twenty-one years, at a
rental of iwo cents per aero per annum.
Coal lands may be purchased at Sic
per acre for aoft cua. and J2u for anthracite. Not moie than BN acres may be
acquired by one ind.vidua! or company.
Royalty at the rate uf lu cenls per ion
il _Mf puunds is collected ou Ue groas
output.
Entries for land for agricultural put-
pOSea may nt made peisouuliy at the tO*
tal .and olliee tut the district in which
:lie land to be taken up is siluated, oi
.1 Uie numesieauer desires, he may, on
applj alion lo the Minister of the interior
.a uttawd, the Commissioner of Imuiigia-
ilon at fflontpeg, or Uie local agent lui
iho Listilci, within which the land li
situated, receive authority for aome one
to inane entry Ior him.
A fee uf 110 la charged for homestead
entry,
A settlor who haa received an entry fot
a homestead, Is required lu perform the
conditluna connected therewith under one
of the following plans:—
Oi At least six months' residence upon
and cultivation uf the land In eaeh year
during the term of ihree years.
it la thc practice of the Department to
require a scltier lo bring lu acres under
cultivation, but if he prefers he may aub-
siiiu.e stock; and j> head of cattle, lu be
actually his own propel ty, with buildings
for ineir accommodation, wili be required
Instead of cultivation.
(?) If tne father tor mother, If the father la deceased) of any peraon who is
eligible to make a homestead entry under
the provisions of the Act, resides upon
a farm In the vicinity of the land entered for by such person as a nuinesiead,
thfl i equipments of the Act as to realdence prior to obtaining patent may be
satlslled by such person residing with the
father or mother.
[31 If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
Inm in Lhe vicinity of his homestead, tho
requirements of the Act as to residence
may be satlsfk-d by residence upon tbe
-aid   land.
Appiicailun for patent should be made
it the end of three years before thfl meal
igent, sub-agent or a homestead inspector.
Before making application for a patent,
the setUer must give six months' nolle*
In writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of his intention to do so.
W. W. CORY,
Dwwty Minister of the Interior
Ottawa, Februray Uth, IW,
i
I YOUR MONEY GOES THE FARTHEST AT THIS STORE
FOR VALUES AND VARIETIES WE LEAD
NEW AND DAINTY SKIRTS
Direct Irom one of the be6t Kastern makers.
-    New Voile Skirts, 1'anama Skirts.    Tliese are
very choice, nicely trimmed and very latest
style..
BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES
Just a lew lt-lt. All this season's goods nt
special prioes to clear.
LADIES' AND MISSES' COATS
Vour choice of Ladies' Coats, ltegular Ifli
and $16 Coat?.   Sale Price—#8.00.
MILLINERY
Our Millinery Department in being kept up
with the Newest Novelties entiling to linml by
by express.
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
We are putting in stock this (lay one ol the
finest linos of Ladies' Bala, antl Slippers made
by the Snnwdun Shoe Company. We can
give a guar....tee with every pair.
BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
Don't overlook this line ul bard wearing shot's,
—None better.
We  will  Refund Your
Money if Not Satisfied.
REID & YOUNG
*MiifiiM"i"H*>
NEW GOODS  |
Jusl  opeued  up  a   ship- !k
ment i.l  Fountain Syringes W
and   hot   water bottles—the ty
very best makes. ty
ty    Come ami see then)  bcloro ty
* purchasing. ■&
| Canada Drug & Book Co. f
SI.IMIIKli.
KkvllstiiKK, B.C.
ty 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 •*'***'
COMING EVENTS
Thursduy, Nov. 28—Bazaar and Social
B. C. Churcli
Friday, Nov. 29—Scottish Concert by
local talent.
Wed. Deo. 1—"At Cripple Creek."
Thursday, Dec. o-Ye Old FoUb Concert, by Choir ol Methodist
Churcli.
Friday, Dec. 13, Saturday, Dec. 14.—
McEwen, Hypnotist snd Vaudeville.
Wednesdsv, Dec. 18—Sandford Dodge
Co.
Tuesday, Dec. 31.-Annual Hospital
Ball.
WEATHER FORECAST
Wednesday, Nov. 27, for 24 hours.—
Generally lair, cold, light snow,
cloudy. Temp,: Max. 45 degrees, Min.
32 degrees.
Local and General.
The Swastika Club are giving a
Shirt Waist .lance tbis evening.
Amusement (or everybody at the
"At Home,'* Thursday 28th.
The Revelitoke Steam Laundry reopened for business on Monday.
Thanksgiving Diy will be observed
throughout the United States to
morrow.
Watch fur the programme in Saturday', issue for " Ye Olde Folk,
Concert,"
CHRISTMAS
Snaps
It stem, early, but not
too early to secure- the
best snaps in ChriltDlH
liuyinj.'.
The bulk ut our Xinns
goods have come tn band
and many lines are al
ready on display.
Du not Iail (..get a pair
ol our hands.....o framed
picture!. Nuw on display
in the window.    Tue. each
W. Bews
I'liin. is.
Druggist and Stationer
NEXT HUME BLOOK
s tke Unexpected
thill is seen in .iur nggrcga-
linn t.f food specialties. A
jnlliei'collection of surprises
...innot well lie Imagined I liun
nur Ciins itn.l j,-n-s ..nt] boxes
..I' templing delicacies whioh
would whet nn epicure's
j nidi nppelil... AIcio words
fimi glances cannot describe
what ..ppe.tls directly nml
exclusively In tl.e task, The
bi.n.jucl is ready. I)., ni.l
stay itvvi.v If,>,t, lite I'e.tsl.
H
Vie understand thnt ..wing tn the
tact thai the ciiy council have retused
to give (ree lights |o the post olliee
.luring the n lii nt shift,, whioh tl.e p.i-l-
iulister hml arranged to tvanize nl
the heginni. g uf next month, in order
to give Isoilliis* lor sorting tbe in <i.
inini. diiiiely on arrival, the postmaster
has decided to cancel his airangeinen'
and will not employ a nightman.
Capital vs. I,nl...r wns staged oi
Saturday night l.y thc Fanning 11.>,.
nd Co. The play is.. striking dram-
representing the struggle betweet
capital nml lab.r, the rich manutac
ttirer nnd the poor workman, Each
scene is vividly portrayed Miss
It..ward in thc leading roll, played n
line part, wnile the company as n
winds had their work well studied
I'll., final net brings a very powerful
drama to a pleasing close.
We regret lo announce tbe snd in
telligence.iltliedea.il of M.'s .Mary
Anderson which occurred recently at
Chicago. Tbe deceased was well
knot, u in Kevelstoke and IhrougliuUI
the whole tli-tt id i.s one ol the chief
owners i.l tl.e Beatrice mini's at
Benton, heing connected with it toi
over twelve yct.rs. Airs. Anderson
wns an eminently c.p.l.l.'.....I businesslike woman and managed '.iccess-
ful'y ibe Benton Landing II..tel. She
leaves tw.. sons In mniirn her I.ma ,vln.
were at her bedside t-i the end
WEDDING BELLS
Dewar-McGuire.
A rptiet but intetcalitrg -.event look
place on Monday evening 'ast "itth'e
home ol Mr John M.'.Quiro, Third St.,
when Annie Jean, thitd a'fd youngest
daughter, wa» uuieil in marriage to
Alpin A. Diwar, uue ol (he younger
engineers ot the C I'.R. The bride
waa assisted by Miss Annie Jones, tlie
groom being sunpoitcd by Mr, Alex.
Innes The cerem n.y was performed
>y the Rev. W 0. Calder. The bride
was the recipient ol.. nun.ber uf hand,
some and useful presents, Tne young
couple left by 117 lor the c.f.st to spend
their honeymoon lolluwed l.y the bet
wishes nl iheir ...any Iriends.
OUR BREAD!!
is the very best. Carefully,
skilfully .tiiii daintily made
from high guide Hour and
the purest materials, is all
thut you will ever find in onr
i'l..uce stock. Especial attention is given to regular
family trade with prompt
deliveries. Ol'lt BREAD
IS THE BEST.
HOBSOft f3L  BELL
"Look Here for 15 Days*
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
REAL ESTATE
We have the exclusive sale of 10 lots on train line between
Vancouver and New Westminster. Size of lota 50x122.
PRICE, $125. $20 down, $10 pel innnth on balance. This
otter is only gno.l till December 1st. next.
Kincaid  & Anderson
i.. F 1 R S T   S T R E E T m
Gi — u
Social and Personal
Miss V. IIeywot.il leaves tomorrow
morning Ior Calgary.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. L. Taylor have
return d from a visit t'i the Const.
W. A. Caliber, M P., and Mrs. Gal
liber  passed through on S.in.lav en
route fnr the east.
J. II. Collins ol this city, has moved
to Wapta, li. C, where he has taken
up a ranch.
Hon. F.W, Aylmer was in h'atnloops
ihis week conferring will. 0, Im
ICeeler. Dominion engineer.
L Al. Hagar, secretary-manager of
the Fruit nnd Produce Exchange ol
B. 0., is un a business visit to Kamloops.
Miss Ada Collins received a handsome gilt from her Sunday School
cjass on her departure lor Wapta, B
0., where she has charge ol the public
school.
H. T. Jatfray arrived in town on
Monday to assume his position as
manager ol the Imperial Bank, to
which he has just been appointed. A.
E Phipps, who is chief inspector for
the wist, will make his headquarters
in Calgary.
Long-Montgomery.
A quiet  wedding   took  place  last
evening nt  St.   IVler's Ricluiy when
Miss  Elizabeth Jane .Montgomery, ol
Morristown, N..I., w..s united in marriage in Jau.es Edward Lung ol tins
ciiy.  Tim Itev, C. A. Proem ler, M.A.,
olliciated at .he oerom n , niter which
a sup, er wus give.. ... . .• .eBidence ol
the bridegroom nii,i..l.d by a lew
frionds only. Mr Lung has been a
resident ot Revelstoke many years,
and bis many (fiend,- .. ..I acquaintances will join with the ..Iaii.-Hkiiai.I)
in wishing hini and his bride every
happiness.
GOODBUYS
Choice Building Plot, Second Street, 60 i 100 leet. — % 660
Corner on Third Street, 126 I 100 leet.           • -11400
Double Corner, Fifth Street. 50 i 100 feet. —   360
Two-Acre Block.-, suitable (or Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre
fiisiand |1 .VI
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE
NOTARIES I'CHl.lt
LOANS
The Bank ol British Columbia will
apply next sessiun of the Federal
Parliament for incorporation.
WANTED — Apprentices  and ex-
perisneed coat and skirt han.la—Miss
Brimaconihe, McLennan A I'o , Dressmaking department.
Post...aster MoRae has iuo detl in
arranging for the annual convention
of poit.i.asters to l.e held in Revelitoke
on Wednesday, December lth,
A good programme ot vooal an.l instrumental music will he rendered,
also tl.e servicis ol the band have
heen engaged.—Selkirk Hall. Nov. 28,
" Ye Olde Folks Concert "—The
duet, "Matrimonial Sweets," was sung
in Canada thirty-live years ago l.y
the tiny dwarfs Tom Thumb and hia
wife.
Private Sale ol lirst class household
elects, commenolng Monday, Nov.
2.Jth;at the residonoe ol .1. Callin,
corner of MoKonzis Avenue and lth
Street. 2t
Tlie   two   oldest   lady  residents ...
Kevelstoke will be aeon in tlm opening
number ol "Ye Otdo Folks Concert,
the   one  spiiining   while   the   other
cards [|||. ivool, as in yo olden times,
.1, A, McKclvie hits returned to the
editorial chair ol the Vernon New-,
replacing .1. Forzth Smith, who lia"
rcatiin .1 his duties as principal of tho
public schools ol tl.e llkiiiiagau lo.vu.
Gold Ki.nge I i.tlge, Nn, 20, Knights ol
Pythias, are In.Idiiig ..i. Initiation ibis
evening. Olllcer*. lur tl.o ensuing
term w.ll l.e nominated, A lull attend nice is looked lur te put outbe
degree work.
Pall tor your   mail   at Selkirk Hall
.vll. re the posl IHce will l»- Iocs ted
Nov. 28. Yuur letters will not be
dunners,
steel work and other material loi
tbe new C, P, it bridgo across tl.e
Columbia, are now arriving and work
I on the structure will be rushed Inr-
' ward in order that tl.e bridge may l»s
completed l.y May.
\   \ recent  decision ..( the  United
Stales Supreme Court, readsas follow,
"A  railroad m<y he compelled byaj
State oommlltion   to su adjust  itsj
lohedule ss to allow of the making ol
connectinns   with   ulher   line, In the
interest ul public convenience, even if
the railroad is thereby put to 10016
' additional expense.
It is interesting to note that in
In.iking uver the old lyles ol the
Kootenay Mail dated 1896, we Me
j repeated requests Inr a traffic bridge
SOrOIS the Columbia, one letter Iron,
tho late Joe Dolan, urging that, ,
Irallic bridge was necessary for the
opening up nf valuable tracts nl lan.l
nomas the river.
The  .ne.obers  of   No. •". (lo. It,M.I!.
Imve arranged to bold a dance in the
drill hall once a in..nth during the
winter. Thn lirat, nl these will be held
this evening and a pleasant time il
anticipated, The Independent Ban.I
has been engaged lor ll.o ...xiiainu.
Sorgt. ,1   Donald will  oil*..'into its Hoof
manager, Tl.e popularity ..I tl.e Ran
gers sliould make those winter danooi
extremely lUOOOtllul, since tl.e boys
know how tu entertain in light royal
style.
Business Locals
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Rsvslstoke Cigars.
We have sleighs lor boy, girl or
baby, Iron. 20c. op, at the Ideal.
Tbe newest in cards at the Canada
Drog 8tore.
Bews' cold tablets cures a cold in
one night, 25 cents a box.
Carpets, Linoleums und floor oil
cloth at C. B. Hume A Co's.
Baby cutters from $2 25 up, at the
Ideal.
A nice line ol good ebony hair
brushes just opened at Canada Drug
Store.
New I... ...I bags lo hand   nt   Bews'
Drug Slore.
Mattresses, pillows snd bed c-imforts
at C. li. Hume .V Co's.
Revelstoke Cigars-Union Made Our
Special, Ths Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Don't d" your X.nn. cooking More
the new fruit arrives. All our imported Iruits to arrive Iresh next week,
C, ii. Hume A Co.
Boys—we have a largecoaster sleigh
tor $1.40—st the Ideal.
li you want any kind of a game, the
place to look lor it is at the Canada
Drug Bture
Revelstoke I slendst 35c. at Bews'
Drug Sture.
For Relit—-Sewing machines l.y tl.e
we.lt or in nth—Singer Sewing Machine Co, dec 25
Every lady is invited while down
street to call and see the cut glass and
fancy china Department, C II. Hume
.v Co,
To cor.-tl.e ..old we have tho Can-
cara Bromide Quinine, 25c. a box at
('ana.l" Drug Store
To Rent—Nee', three room cottage
aoil two room cottage, partly furnished near 0.P. B shops. Rent
easy for gyod tenant. Apply J, Bar-
tell, Queen's Hotel.
Dairy (...tier in tubs, celery cranberries, halibut, pineapples, oranges,
bananas anil lemons. C. B. Home .V
Co.
Call anil see our choice stock ul
electric lamp shades, all style- and
designs ,.t "r*ic. and fi, reduced to 25c.
Lawrence Hardware Co,
Green-Bond.
A quiet marriage took place at
.Metbodi-t pirsoiiago Saturday even,
iug when Mr. William R. Green ol
Salmon Arm, in d Mies Maud II. Bond
ul Brae.bridge, Unt, were j ined in
the bunds ol holy iiii.tri.nuny by Rev
T. Vi. Hall. Air. Green is in lhe boot
and shoe business nt Salmon Arm an.l
tbe young c. tip'e intend making their
home ther*. in the future,
SCOTTISH CONCERT
Opera House, St, Andrew's Eve
Friday, Nov. 29th
PROGRAMME
Part One.
March Selection
Armstrong Orchestra
Solo  Airs. Klcethsm
Within a Mile o' Edinboro Toitn
Quartette  Scots Win' Hae
Mesdames Creelman, McBride,
Messrs. Le Feaux and Cooke
Solo Mr. Hall
Loch Lomond
Piano Solo R. Dickimon
Solo Mrs. MoBride
Laird o' Cockpen .* -
Cornet Solo—Fantasia.,Annie Laurie
Diill Williug Woiken
Highland Fling William Murray
I'art.Two.
March Armstrong Orchestra
Solo Airs. Creelman
Angus McDonald
Piano Solo—Fantasia—Miss Creighton
Heather Bells
Solo.......;.....-....... v..,Mrs. Bewi
Auld Robin Grey .
Duet Airs. AlcBrido and H. Cooke
Solo '. Mr. Arman
MaryOf Argyle
Quartette.	
... .Who Would Na' Ficht lor Charlie
Mesdames Dent and Squarebriggs
Messre. Barber and Alium'
Sword Dance William Murray
Auld Lang Syne Willing Workers
Tbe ladies' Aid will sell refreshments during the evening and alter
the concert.
Nothing bsttsr than Our "Speoial.
The place where Santa Claus buys
his sleighs is at the Ideal;
The new Xmas dolls are here,
hundreds to choose Iron., Canada
Drug Store.
All kinds of Christie, Brown's, bis
ctiits. A large shipment just in
to-day.   0. II. Hume's.
We have just received some nice
small rugs suitable lor tbe Christmas
trade, call and see them—C. B. Hume
A Co.
MARRIED.
IiKWAK-Mr-UuiKK—On tl.o 26th inst,
at the residence ol the bride's
lather, Third street, by the Rev.
W, (', ('abler, Alpin A. Dewur, to
Annie   Jean   Mcltuire, youngest
daughter ol Jonn MoQulreol the
C P.K. works.
l/.M-MoNiouMKitY—By Rev. 0, A.
Proeunier, M. A , at St. Peter's
rectory, Rovelstoke, B.C., Nov.
26, 11107, lames Edward l/)lig, ol
Revelstoke, lo Miss Elizabeth Jans
.Montgomery of Morristown, N. .1.
SPARE THE BOD and SPOIL THE CHILD
IS NOT IN IT WITII
SPARE THE BRUSH AND SPOIL THE TEETH
There Is in. i d lociil.c spine ll.e bn.sl. nue spoil the leeth when
we sell llisi-ehiss BRISTLE   TOOTH   BRUSHES Unit will not
shed ii bristle,
A full stock of Tooth Powders. Wn8l.0sr.nd Pastes nl ways on hand,
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
We Pay Special Attention to Presetiptinns.
V , ,         -*
resolved
Thatsone luxuries are
nke.witiej.md vice versa
every mct gaivwis both
it should be-whodoesi^t
^tsENJor cooo CLOW. O/EN
A HORS£fEELS BETTER
W HAR/VE5£
Buster MtoW*/.,.
ISsersicHT iio« ir rat BWTiasrjM
BU.STER HA.S TAKEN To LOUNGING ROBES.
.So WILL YOU IF YOU WILL COME IN AND TAKE
A LOOK AT OUR LINE. IN CASE SOME ONE
DoESNoT TREAT YOU AT XMAS, YOU HAD
BETTER TREAT YOURSELF To ONE. WE HAVE
THEM BOTH LONG AND .SHORT, BUT THE PRICES
ON BOTH KINDS IS SHORT.
MARY JANE LIKES A KIMONA and so will ynu if ynu buy
one here.   They are theie.il Japanese make and come in many elms
und ull nre priced very luw.
WARM UNDERWEAR It begins to look like winter now and you
had better not delay getting that Warm Underwear.- If not you muy
have to buy cough uiedlclno and underwear, too, We havo underwear
for everyone in the family.
MEN'S UNDERWEAR lu Fleece lined. Natural Wool, Sti. nfield's
nnd sume imported lines that ate the best value in the city,
LADIES' UNDERWEAR Inuli Ihe lending makes from 85c. pe,
gn. ...ent up. We ieeo.iiine.id Stanfleld's, Any garment that shrinks
will Iw replaced free,
In Children's, Alisses' and Boys' Underwear we ennjgive you splendid.
values in the kind thnt don't scratch.
WARM 8LIPPER8 W. all enjoy the cn.itfoi't of house, slippers and
you can get the most comfortable kind itt this' store. F.ir men we .hiaVe'
them In Vici Kid, both high and low cut, felt and carpet for $1.00 and
$200 a pair, Ladies' Slippers in half n dpien styles of Felt and In Indfaji*
kid, carpet, etc., and for the Kiddies in the same materials and some very'
comfortable i uck moccasins—tho prices are so low,' Save nerves and
carpets by fitting then, out with nqlselesB slippers. ■<■
McLENNAN'S
t».
MACKENZIE AVENUR
-40
important: advice, r
Do not wait, but come in at once
lor your sittings for Christmas photos
and avoid the rush near that time.
You will flpd here everything—workmanship, scenery, cameras, lenses,
mounts and art folios of every description) style and color lound in the, best
studios in the cast. AU.work finished
completely here in niy building,       i
8peciiil—Do not Come lor Sittings
alter 3' p.m. durih*grflie -next t«6'
months of short days.
Very respectfully,
E. F. TUCKER,
tc Photographer.
WANTED
WANTED-Roouis lo Rent, pittly
furnished,    Apply to   KonT,
TAPI'INO.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tendon will Is, received by lho uinlcra.gn...l
up lu Dec. unit, lor thn i.urrhasc ,.I til or anv
|.ir..)IHie Hedley Lumber I'l).  Assets minim
ol
auiJKij led ol log. between Hedluy and Kern-
roeoa
'00,000 lee. ol logs between lledlsy ind Princeton.
nxi,.ajo lee. ..I log. In standing timber.
:«JO,ouo Ice. ol log, tt the Mill.
f'SS,.K..i Ice. ol dressed lumber.
Ml.ouo Ice. ol rough lumber.
sublet., Horse, etc.
llraml. .be right to reject sny or all bids
8, I. SMITH,
Medley, Il.C, Nor, 80,1007,
A.aigner.
dec 10
Sh
Revelstoke Lioence Distriet,
Notice.
Notloo is hereby gives that the regular statutory hnlf-yearly meeting of
tho Board of Licence Commissioners
for the Revelstoke Licence District
will be held al the office of the Mining
Recorder, Nakusp, B.C., mi Monday,
Dee. lllth, WW, nl tbo hour of 3 o'clock
il. ll.e ilfic. ...inn:
I'., consider*, number of applications
fnr n renewal nf their licences,
throughout the Licence District, also
to consider nn application to transfer
the licence of L. I''. McDougal nf the
Leland Hotel, Nakusp, to Ogilvie nud
McKitrick.
Uy Order
,1. A. Dixkmdiik,
Chlof Licence Inspector;
Daled nt Revelstoke, B, C„
Nov. 25th, 1007,       wed nov 27
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
The Municipal Council of the City of
Ilevelstoke is ppepnrcd to receive
Tenders for constructing a Sewage
system for the City according to plans
and specifications which may be seen
at the City Hall, Revelstoke, B.C., on
and after the 28th inst.
Tenders must he sealed, endorsed on
the outside "Tender for Sewage," and
reach tl.e undersigned not later than
noon of Friday, December 27, J007.
Tenders must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque, payable to the Revelstoke City Treasure.', equal to five
per cent (6 pc.| of the utiioniit of the
tenilor, which cheque will be forfeited
if the party tendering declines to enter lino a contract when called upon to
do so, or falls to complete the work
contracted for.
The lowest or any tondo. not neces-
eai ^accepted,
H. A. BROWN,       11. FLOYD,
Mayor. City Clerk,
Revelstoke, B.C., Nov. 26,11107,     It
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVfeLSTOKE
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders for lhs' Concrete foundation for the new (rawer plant will be
received by the undersigned up till
nnon Monday, Dec, 2nd. i
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the City Hall.
H. FLOYD,
« City Clerk,
Nov, 27th, MOT. ,.    21
Place Your Orders
For lint-dais domestic Coal.
The lamous Oait, Lei fi bridgo.    ,
Dry Fir Wood, $2.76 Per Rick.
Chicken Feed, wheat snd barley.
Hay, Oats and Home Mado Cheap
Feed. -
Revelstoke Steam Laundry.
J. C. HUTCHISON, -Prop.
Phone—tW.   Office McKensie Avenue
tnd Second *t eet,
.
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