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I   Drink Halcyon Lithia Lemon Sour.
M.idc from  pure carbonated  Halcyon I
Lithia Water.   When you ask for Halcyon I
be sure you get it.    Sold at all hotels |
and cafes.
Vol. 13.-No 92
The Mail-Herald
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is unsurpissed—PRifJBi-^l6|l00cs8h
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Interior Publishing Co
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REVELSTOKE. B. C.NOVEMBER28, 1907
$2.50 Per Year
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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:—
/•Y«/J
For those who like .hem,
we hale the Chesieilield,
which comes uboui the knee
—thie makes a very gentlemanly coat, made in all the
new cloths, Dark Grey, Parson Orey, Blacks, etc. Has
all lhe new touches, peaked
lapels, Velvet Collars, Per
lectly Tailored.
PRICES:
$17.50 and $18.50
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
rat Ototft fcrMnf BaHy.   DrMtmaklng and Millinery Rooms, ind Floor
STOVESo
Ifjyou want to get the best   ^
see our stock.
"Over 60 Heating Stoves to ty
select from nnd over 25 Cook .,
Stoves to make a choice Irom.   T f
We have over two carloads  % t
of Stoves and Furnaces on   £1
our Floor and in our warehouse,
We buy the best and can
^ive you the advantage of our
extensive buying.
We onlv buy from the beet
Stove makers in Canada.
We are showing Airtight
Heaters from $350 up, See
our line before purchasing.
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LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
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Dealers in Hardware, Stores and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
snd Sawmill Suppliss, eto,, Plumbing and Tinsmithing.
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TrtE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS   ONLY.
RBVELSTOKIJ- B. O.
r
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Residential Lots, $0x140 Feet, West of Hospital
4-Acre City Lots.      -       -       Best Fruit Land.
CITY HOUSES FOR SALE.
See or      Uf   11    UIIMDUDCVC   Box 7°4
Write       "■  "■ nUMrlllltlO   Revelstoke
Atl), M. Sproat's K.ttwull Estate Office, Cowan Hlock, Third St.
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!P.  BURNS   &  COMPANY,  LIMITED.
HEAD OmiJR i CtuiAKv, kimnn.
Wholesale suid Rt4s.ll Meat Merchants
•folk I'Mfk.r. and lie Ui" 'In W» Stock. Mark... In til tho prliu-lpal .litis, and
Towns ol Alhsrtai. Brllhli .....utaibU nn,l thi. Vnknn. Pukan ol tbt Ctlibn...! Binn.l
Intptttt.*" llama an.l Bacon, Hul I Lttl Lml.
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'tar/       - —
REUSES TO
BE PAID
Japanese Government Returns
Cheque for Expenses Incurred in Inquiry—Appreciates
ihe Motive.
The Japanese Government through
its representative, Hon. K. Moiikawa,
hos returned to Commissioner W. 1.
Mackenzie King, C.M.O., Deputy Minister ot Labor, the cheque for $1,600
which was recommended by the Commissioner and authorised by order-in
council to le paid to tl.e Consul, being
an allowance on account ol expenses
in the preparation and pre filiation
of estimates and claims ol losses and
damages sustained by the Japanese
population in tue recent riots.
Ol thc $1,606, payment ol which
was authorized. 11,000 was for legal
expenses and the remainder for sums
expended l.y the Japanese Consulate
in the preparation of estimates and
losses. Hon. IC. Morikawa states that
while appreciating tbe high and honorable motives which prompted the
Dominion Government to send a
cheque for $1,600, he regretted that it
was impossible for tl.e Government of
Japan to accept a reward for protecting tlie interests and property of the
subjects of Japan.
CITY COUNCIL.
OPENING DANCE
Successful Function at Leland
Hotel, Nakusp.
The formal opening of the Leland
hotel, Nakusp, by tbe new manage-
ment, took nlace on Tue day last wi It
signal success, over 150 guests l*i. g
present. The dining room was beautifully decurated for tbe occasion and
excellent dance niusic was furnished
by Messrs. Melrose and Sharlow, while
the Shearer orchestra rendered fine
selections of popular music during the
supper and between dances. The
guests were regaled with a sumptuous
supper, which reflected the greatest
credit on the management. The aftair
was a most popular event and the
attendance excellent Mrs. McKitrick
and Mr. Ogilvie intend having a dance
once a month, the next one taking
place on Tuesday night, Dec. 17tli,
and judging by the pop darity ol tbe
opening event the popularity ot the
Leland will soou be wide spread.
PULP AND PAPER MILLS
A large pulp an.l paper industry is
to be established at Howe Sound, on
the Pacific Coast, at a cost of one
million dollars. The mills will cover
eleven acres ol ground, and when
completed will employ at least four
hundred men, according to the statement of Capt. H. A. Mellon, who is
instructed in the enterp ise. An
entirely new clasa^of pulp will be
manulactured to be known as tbe
chemical viriety, and not only is it
claimed for the new process that a
higher grade of paper will be pro.
duced, but ulso that every kind ot
tree excepting maple can be utilized
snd tnat there will not be so niuch
waste as there is under other processes
Work on the plant will be commenced
shortly and it is stated tbat the mills
will be in operation inside of eight
months.
The local syndicate whicli is pro.
moling the industry has taken out
patents so as to provide against the
manufacture of the chemical pulp
elsewhere in Csnsds, The ministurc
machinery which Is to exemplify the
new process haa been on its way from
Aberdeen, Wash, Ior over three weeks,
and this delay has seriously interfered
with tbe plans of the company,
Eighty-eight acres of land have been
purchased on tbe mainland at Howe
Sound, and it is proposed to establish
a townsite in connection with the industry. It is stated that the water-
power in that vicinity is of splendid
volume and will be utilized to drive
tbe mill machinery, Application Ior
water-power is now being made at
Westminster, It is said that $200,000
will be invested at the outset,
Thousands of Christmas Cards to
ohooie from at tbe Canada Drug Store
Lace and tapestry curtains, curtain
poles and fixtures at C. Ii. Humo 4
Go's.
More of Eaton Hurlbut's fine writing papers to hand st Bews' drug
store.
Window shades, wall paper, plain
and decorative burlap st 0. II. Hume
k Co's.
A few Bissell's carpet sweepers lelt,
clearing st $2 each.   The Ideal.
The regol.tr fortnightly meeting nf
the city council wss held last nigh'
with full attendance, 'i he minutes of
tj«5 last meeting were read and
adopted.
cowirjNicaTioxs
From Cliief of Police rep .rting the
lire alarms O. K.—Filed.
Frum T. A. Lewis, requesting that a
c o.-sing and sidewalk be put in tu his
residence on Robson avenue and 1st
street. The council finding that i.
was necessary, resolved to comply
with the request.
From the hoard of Trade, requesting
lhe council to assist the post master
by giving free - lights in the post olliee
during the sorting and deiiveiy ol the
mail on its arrival.
The Mayor said that he did not consider that it was up to the council to
do this since he thought that the
post office was capable ul paying (or
such lights.
The council agreed that free lights
were unsatisfactory in the extreme, I
if it was done fur one it meant it being
done for other institutions. The request was accordingly refused.
Fron. the Superintendent of tl.e
Postal Department, Ottawa, acknowledging the letter lurwarded him by
the council in connection with drop
letter boxes iu this city.—Filed,
From thie a discussion arose as regarding the frequent mixing of mail
in private buxes, and the undue delay
iu the delivery of mail, letters having
frequently gui.e astray.     »
Twu tender,! were received for the
supply uf une car luad uf dry tir lor tht
power home, that uf the Keveistuke
Fuel A Supply C mpauy being accepted at $5 li) a curd.
Ui'd.-r uiiiinirliid business the rt-
qu-si-ui Police Maoist uiu P.nkuin fct
pajuiuut tor 100 poll*- court cues toi
which lie had received uo tees, wat
taken up the 'request being lur $1 fui
each case,
Mayur Brown said that tbe Police
Magistrate receives mure under the
present cutiditiun tiiau il paid a regular salary, and seeing lhat the police
cuurt lees fur the past six months were
very sati>sactury,the police magistrate
bad uo cause lor complaint.
The aldermen agreeing that the
council cuuld uut see their way clear
10 grant the request icanned to refuse
it.
Taking up the question of the sewerage system and tlie favorable outlook, the council passed a resolution
that tenders be called Ior the construction ol the sewerage system according to the plan and survey made
by Col. Tracey, tenders to be in by
Friday, December 27tb, 1807. Advertisements will be inserted iu all tl.e
leading Canadian newspapers.
Tlie snow   plough    service    was
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Name of Christ—To Have Full
Control—Strathcona's Gilt-
Famine Threatens—Canada
in Front.
New Youk, Nov. 23.—The "Herald"
today says: Orders that no hymn or
choral containing mention ol ChriBt
or Christ nuts shall henceturth be sung
in the public bcIiuoIs of New York,
were given yesterday by the Board of
Education.
Ottawa, Nov. 23.—The Dominion
government has now under consideration a bill for placing with the Railway Commission the lull control ol
telegraph and telephone companies.
Telephone companies are, now partially under tlie control ol tlie Board.
London, Nov. 23.—Anglo Canadians
presented a set of plate to Lord
Strathcona on the eve of liis retirement from the office of high commissioner.
Calcutta. Nov. 23.—A regiment
has been sent to Fott William arsenal,
Bengal, where strikers arc looting
cars. Steamers held here lack noli.
cargo and coal. Prices of provisions
are rapidly rising add the worst famine in years is feared iu central
India,
Moms EAI, Nov, 23.—A London
cable sajs: Thu D.ik" ul Argyll is
i.aving a busy Aifglo-Cunadian day.
lie pes ded at the inaugural luncheon
ul the Franco-British Exhibition at
-.hepl.erds-btifh, in whicli Canada h.i
leaded iu take tlu fureii ust colonial
place with 13u,0(in ieet ol exbibi ...
-did what is oil: jially , escribed a, .,
palaco ul unequalled magu.licence
lor ll.e display ul c!a.iud>nn prudurtt
and n.ai.ulactnres
ROUGH ON THE RANCHERS
Cattle Ready  For Shipment
Must go Back ot Range.
Winnipeg, Nuv. 22.—A gentleman
who has just returned from Alberta
says l hat there are at least $60,000
worth ul cuttle in that province that
were ready for shipment, but will have
to be turned back on tu the range I r
the winter. According to the information given the "Free Press," it
would appear that the ranchers were
promised early in the season that
buyers would be sent out to pick up
their surplus cattle. This promise
was renewed from time to time, but
no buyers put in an appearance, and
as the end of shipping neared the
ranchers became anxious and were
more  importunate  in theii deurc to
get rid of their cattle, but were then
brought up by Aid. "Abrahamson, who1 told tlmt there m* »°'«">m to pur-
suggested that the city should pur- vhm ffith- Tllis was a Bore disap-
chase its own team. The matter was pnintment, as the rauchers were de-
iinally lelt in the hands ol the Publio Pendi"8 "P011 P'*'*Pcctive sales to
Works committee to make arrange- n>eet tbeir liabilities nnd carry them
meats for the winter. j 'hrou«h tlle winter'    h '" noff  to°
The accounts were then passed and late to ship lor export, and the  home
the meeting terminated i ™rket ™Baot tftke ttl1 the avai,able
supply,consequently the stuck ruunded
up lor market will have to go back tothe ranges and get through the
winter the best way they can, for in
many cases no hay bus been put up.
The ranchers believe that the treatment they bave received iB tbe result
ol the action some took in connection
with the beel combine.
LIBRARY, VOTING CONTEST
The following are the returns up
till midnight, Friday:
Fire Hall No. 2 167435
Y. M.C. A 126234
Knox Church 101136
Catholic Church  12828
St. Peter's Church    8868
Hospital     7059
Methodist Church    2091
Public School    2882
K.oIP    1021
Masonic Lodge     880
Locomotive Engineers....    620
F. O. E     620
I.O.F     530
I. O. O. F     430
Machinists     340
Brakemen     260
Firemen C. P. R      160
Spoiled votes—76.
"YE OLDE FOLKS' CONCERT"
Some would no doubt wonder that
there woro no locals printed in Wed
nesday's i.sue of the Mill, Hkuai.d,
the fact being tlmt everyone connected with thu coining event were so
busy wilh tho Olde Folks' dresses, and
practising ye olde folks' songs," and
scouring the oountry for pieces ol
olde time furniture required for stage
setting, that there did not seem to Is
any time to spare ler writing locals
But as tho costumes are now nearing
completion and ye olde timo songs
fairly well memorized, the old spinning wheel, grandfather's clock, etc,
cc, are on hand, yuu may now watch
the paper lor further ads.
News of the Mauretania's record
day's run was contained in a news
despatch received by the Associated
Press and in a wireless message (rum
Captain I'ritchar.l, adding that, he was
529 miles east of Sandy Hook at noon
Thursday, and that he expected to
reach tl.e Hook abuut 8 a.m. on Friday. This would make the Mauretania's time fur the passage about 5
days and 2 hours, or about seven bouts
slower than than the Lusitania's fastest westbound passage.
Tlie Fanning-lluward Cn. staged
" The Virginiau " last night nt tlie
..pent home and drew a guod audience. The caste was well filled aut.
the western lile vividly portrayed. F.
B. Fanning, as tl.e Virginian, played
a pleasing part, while Miss Warda
Howard, as leading lady, mado many
friends The other characters were
woll sustained. A vaudeville matinee
is in progress this afternoon and
" Capital vb. Labor," a powerful
drains, based on the struggle of Labor
against the Trust octopus, will be
staged this evening^ with special
scenery and stage setting.
J. C. Hrown, ol New Westminster,
a to be warden ul tlie Dominion Pen-
Herniary at New Westminster, in
s .coessiun to Colonel Whyle de-
oesstd. Mr. Brown has been in the
, uu.iii.g lor tl.e ..Ilic lur some
- on.I.s Mr. Hrown will uhuitly be
gazetted to the Ward. ship.
Dry throat Jujubes at Canada Drug!   I-"go selections of obocolates st
Store. I Bews' drug store.
BOURNE BROS,
HAVE A CUP OF
Bourne's Tea
That's a very pleasant sound
when you are tired and feel
like something refreshing.
You won't find all Tea refreshing, but you wilt find
tbat our's is not only refreshing, but it is pure,—the most
important thing of all.
WE HAVE OUfl NEW SEASON'S STOCK OF TING LIN6
and BOURNE'S SPECIAL on sale now.   These sre ths
choicest Ceyl... Teas, specially blended for the water of the
district.   Dun't forget we are headquarters for Tetley's Bulk
. and Package Teas.
Vpn-pfoVilpo   We  sell the  very^best that  grow.   Special
Price on quantities.
^tni/PC: ar\(i flf>atf>rG w*have Bold a large quantity
OLUVCb dlltl nCdLClb ofthesethis Fall, but have a
good ass.irt.uent left. See us before buying. We carry the best snd
will set them up freo ol charge,
GROCERIES     HARDWARE      STOVES     PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
Cent's Furnishings
Boots anc! Shoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op. Ui
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
flraaohes in tbt Province-,* of Manitoba. Alb.ru, Saskatchewan,
British t'olnml.iu, Outsrio, -Juelw.
Capital Authorised        ■       ■       •       SI (,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up •       • •   M,8 60,000.00
Reserve Fund ....       •418flo,oeo.oo
D. R. Wilkie, President -, Hox. R. Jaffkay, Vice-President..
A General Banking Business Transacted.
lirafl-i sold available in all parts nf Canada, United States and
Europe.   Sjmcial 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.
Good Coal Stock Is Better than a Bank
THE ROYAL COLLIERIES
TEN SQUARE MILES OF COAL LAND
A consolidation of the Barnes Mine, just nurth of Lslhbiidge,
Alberta, with several surrounding sections, making It one of the
largest nnd must valuable cual lands in Alberta.
Capital, $3,000,000-3,000,000 $1.00 Skua.
Amount of Coal underlying their laadi is variously estimated at
from 00,(IUU,(XJ0 to "O.IKW.UOO tuns.
They have the same cual measures and the same quality of Domes! ic and Steitm Cual its the famous (Lilt aud Diamond Coal Mines,
The Barnes Ullnes haa lie.'n working for veins, and has large
areas of coal blocked out. lu leas than a year thlsstock will be worth
double the price at which it Is selling, (it.lt Coal is coining money for
Its stockholders.  So will Royal Collieries,
Unlimited Demand.    Unlimited Output.   Unlimited Dividends
will be the result when this company completes its tipple and lays four
iniles of track across the level prairie lo Lethbridge, where they
connect with the A, It A I. and C.P.H.
Oct in the first issue of treasury shaves which we are oHering to
lhc public in blocks of 1IJ0 to 5,000 at 25c. per share,
The same people who floated and made sueh a success of the Granby
Mines and International Cual and Coke Co. are the prime moverB in
Royal Collieries,  International wont on the market at26o, ner share,
and ii paying 112 per cent, annually on tin. money invested at Ibis price.
One dollar invested then is now wort li ViMi, an increasi uf 98 |ht cent,
pee year, Why be c.nlent with 3,per cent, when au uppor.unity,
such its this presents Itself?
E. A. HAGGEN
BROKER.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Zbc fl&ai(4)eralb,
HUUL1SHRD WEDNESDAY AND SATUR
DAY AT
'SEVELSTOKE. aC,
OPERA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmenial
anj Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chi?. Mobphy,
Harold Fisher
(II.I.AN .V ELLIOTT.
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AND l'lNKUAM,
BABR18TFH8, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Omcss.  Im '.....Ai,  Hank  Iiiook,  Ukvki,
'skikk. n.e.
Money
Office.
.loan,
Bro, i
A. M.
i.loliP, III
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J. A. Hauvkv.
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J. SLScotl I.L.I.
con   .mi
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Hlil.iliS
IIakristkks, Solicitous, Etc.
.Money to Loan
solicitors for Molsons Hank
Fiist Street. Kevelstoke, B.l!
Tonight ibe I'.inning-Howiird C. mpany will present, to- ll.,' edil'icii n
ol Revelstoke Iheatre goers, the.I rilling .I"., a "Caplml rs, Lab r '   Thl
cc deals in gcnerul   witii the lube  tr-uiblos nil over the,online .I. ui'l
cmiicily lines running all the wny Ibr n li, Ilia'is  highly  i.linisiiip, Ibni wo
make all in all a very Inte'B'ling pe.I.e......... •.
I
lib-.,   itself expcrleiicetl ibe inet.u   mencing uf peratinns,    When the
veiiience of   having Ion.range for the in-cl.iii.-iy i- slurled again there w
over   expenditure  nt   its  pred.cessor j be   nothing nnplixg   and  it will
and should  ende.tv ur not to hand iu j p issilile lor tl.e p'nut tu be work-d
of the
• I
AS. A. McKAKLANK
ASSAVBR k CHEMIST
ay ot all Ores, .Samj'les hy mall or express
receive jirmipt attention.
Terms Moderate.
jrfm      -      •     •     Bui 482 Kasio, II. C.
K
013KKT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avkntk,
Box 1U0, Kevelstoke.
a similar slate  uf   tilings  to the Stic- liis fullest <m|iu.'ity fro... the first
ceeding c.uncil.   The matter is one of j spring lo late in tl.e lall uf 1908.
great  importance to   ll.e situatinn in     In   the  meantime logging  camps
the ensuing twelve months and action have  been   located  at  many places
now  will  greatly   facilitate the civic
administration of next year.
M
ISS M, E. CREIGHTON
TEACHER OK PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, etc.
Pupil* prepared tor Conservatory
and university Examinations.
STUDIO-At   Mr.-.  J.   C.   Hutchison's  Connaught Avenue.
" 1 would . . . earnestly advise them lor
their good to order this paper to bo punctually
served up. and to be looked upon aa a part ol
the tea olllip;tge."-An0I80.\'.
SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1907
A RIGHTEOUS CAUSE.
The Kamloops Sentinel haB lound
occasion to accuse the Revelstoke
Board of Trade of ''butting in" where
it bad uo right in the matter of the
Thonip«on River Boom Co., asserting
that Revelatoke has no lumber interests outside of locsl sections, This is
where our esteemed contemporary
makes a mistake, for we can claim
that even Kamloops has less interest
in the Shuswap Lake district than
Revelstoke, Thero are several lumber
companies with headquarters here
who are heavily interested in that
district, and the Board of Trade, ever
ready to Conserve the interests of its
business men, are quite justified in
their action in this matter. As regards a local train there is evidently
more harmony and not only should
Revelstoke aud Kamloops concur
upon this poiut, but all the other cities
interested should make strong resolutions a-king for the service. There is
nu reason why the local travellers
sliould net receive every bit as much
consideration as the transcontinental.
CIVIC FINANCES,
The civic year is fast drawing to a
close and in a short space of time tlie
city will again be in the throes of
municipal elections. Tlie present
council have made a record in as much
as tbey have come to some tangible
result in the matter of the auxiliary
power plant, the Cuiitract having beeu
let and the work to be completed In
the near future. This in itself is
something accomplished, although
they were not successful in coming to
terms with the C.I'.R. in the matter
uf the supply to them ol power and
lig.it We do not consider that all
negotiations have l-een broken oil between till oity and tbe railway company, and elicit lieing the case, it will
be the duty ol the new council to
revive the question antl thia time
backed by tl.e actual plant installed,
will have even a better basis on which
Ui work than the present council had
this year. The people are now groaning under the heavy tai burden
whicli has been caused by past expenditures of previous councils mounting
up tu a Bun. which it was necessary l
reduce belore it became too dillicult a
matter, and (fir which ways and means
were to 1* lound ol reducing it. It iB
not fair to the present generatiun that
Btreet improvements and other city
work, should come out ol the current
revenue, thereby causing them heavy
expense lor the benefit ol the coming
citizens, but lather let the coming generation have the sume opportunity nnd
privlegeo! paying for Improvement! ol
which they will derive the greater
benefit, by extending the paymon:
over a term of years. We trust that
the cily council will apply itsell energetically tu the problem ol pulling
thr civic   finances   ou  a sound basis
BENEFITS OF CO-OPERATION
Discussed by Officials of the
B. C. Fruil & Produce
Exchange.
VEKNON, Nov. 22.—James Johnstone, preaident, and W. J. Brandritb
secretary of the B. C. Fruit-growers'
Association, passed through on Monday
on their way down the lake, where
they will meet the managers ol the
various exchanges, and endeavor to induce them to join the B. C. Fruit and
Produce Exchange. Mr. Johnstone
says the exchange has been quite as
successful as could be expected of a
new organization during the past
year, and has only fallen below expectations on account of the fact tbat
so many fruit exchanges have not yet
joined it. As a result ol tbis latter,
the cutting of prices still continues,
and indeed, will only be obviated by
the co-operation of all the fruitgrowers of the province. He, himself,
l.as been enabled to sell bis fruit
through the exchange at a cost of five
per cent., instead ol twenty, as form
erly.
throughout the company's timber
limits. The cutting of logs will be
continued throughout the winter so
that with the swelling ol tbe upper
waters of the Columbia there will be
enough logs available lor the drive to
keep the plant going lor many months.
Much the same policy, only on a
somewhat smaller Beale, is being pursued in connection with the Palliser
Lumber Company. That concern has
established quite a few logging can.pe
and its management is in hopes tbat
the next season will prove a record
breaker in respect to the output.
FINANCIAL RELIEF
Treasury will Issue $150,000.-
000 in Bonds and Certificates
Wakhinhton, Nov. 22.—Secretary
Cortelyou hae made the important
announcement that as a means of
affording relief to the financial situation, the treasury would issue $50,-
000,000 ot Panama canal bonds and
$100,000,000 certificates of indebtedness, or as much thereof aB may be
necessary. The certificates will run
tor one year and will bear 8 j>er cent
interest. The secretary's action in
coming to the rolief ot the financial
situation meets with President Rnose-
velt's hearty approval, and the plan is
the outcome ol the several White
House conferences which have been
held within the past few days, when
the financial situation was under consideration.
—— - ».. i
MILLS CLOSED FOR WINTER
Many Employees Laid off. but
Logging Camps run as Usual
Goi.i.en, Nov, 22 —Both the Columbia River I.umber Company an.l the
Palliser Lumber Company have closed
down for the winter months. The
former dismissed lhe majority ol its
employees last fatunlay, while tlie
latter bus ken shut down for upwards
nf a week. The mills employ in the
aggregate, aboul two thousand men.
The Columbia River Lumber Oompany lately installed a new plant coaling in the neighborhood of II .iJOtl.tUlo
It ia thoroughly modern in every detail, it lieing the ambition of tl.e
American syndicate which bought out
Messrs. Jones and Caiin, tu have
everything in shape to start, work on
a large scale next spring.
Although the actual employees have
been dismissed and there will be no
further cutput for several months
quite a gang of men will ta. kept on
lor thc purpose of assisting in putting
everything  in   order  for the recom-
QUEBEC BRIDGE ENQUIRY
Philadelphia, Nov. 22.-The Royal
Commission named by the Canadian
Government to investigate the causes
that led to the collapso of the Quebec
bridge on August 29, made public the
testimony taken here and at the works
of tbe Phoenix Bridge Company at
Phoenixville, Pa.
Theodore Cooper, of New York, tbe
consulting engineer, in his testimony
given belore the Commission in New
York, intimated that the engineers in
charge ol tbe work of the bridge site
were incompetent, and declared that
with the expenditure ol f 100 and three
hours of labor the weakened part of
the structure could have been braced
until pe.manent repairs were made
and tl.e structure saved.
David Reeves, president of the
Phoenix Bridge Company, which was
erecting the bridge, in the testimony
made public to-day by the Commission
said :
Mr. Cuuper states he could have
saved the bridge, that he now knows
the weakness of tbe members that
failed and could have remedied them
at a cost ol $100, hot be does oot say
bow, nor did he tell Mr. McClure,
inspector ol the erection at Quebec, on
August 29 when he called on him, nor
did he tell any one else when the information might hive been acted
upon."
Mr. Reeves then explains that Mr.
Cooper made modifications in the
units of stress. Ordinarily engineers
use 12,000 to 15,000 pounds to the
square inch as the l«sis or unit ul
stress determining the smount of
metal to be put into each member in
a bridge, but in tl.e Quebec bridge,
according lo Mr. Reeves, Mr. Cooper
increased this to 24.000,
'Such high Btres.es had never before
beeu used, and when using them he
acted without tl.e authority of tbe
Quebec Bridge Company and Dominion of Canada, rested in him. The
fall of tl.e bridge is to la. laid directly
to the changes ol str^Bs as made by
Mr. Cooper."
The members of the Commission,
c. nsisting ol Henry Holgate, I'rol. J.
li, Carey and John Galhraith, will not
make their ollicial report to tl.e Cana
iliau Govern.oent until alter Christmas, and they would not comment
upon the testimony taken here.
GEMS and JEWELRY
Our jewelry represents the must
artistic expression of the goldsmith's
i-i-i.fi, each iii-iie'.'.... cnilrely new
.-.rfilii..., I..-l.ii.Mi.i'l, |.. ine high.nl
degree. I lull wi I ..pi eul ... your
Interest the moment you view it. One
.iifimonds come direct fl'u.li the enters and are sold in vou at i.leuainjr,
prices foe gems uf such quality and
beauty. Pleased to have you see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
Art and Beauty
....I.
in.I in uui' new de-
..■p. Is.   Our stick Is
signs in.
ee.ll.-l..le nil,I ll.e colo.-s rich
III. I elTeell,.-, 11.oil.-signs .111 is-
tie, ninl he " loul ens.-mh l> "
is -..-.'king uud b. ...Uiiiii. We
have ne t'i*sl.nivii slid, a wide
Vll I iei l    (if  pall.'.lis,   .111.1   we
hi,V,- ne ee pbu-eil sueh low
piiei's up,... so much high
qiinlliy l.ef ....
w^tHS * H0WS0T: * C0'Y'
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, IK.
HEAD OFFICE, • MONTREAL.
Wm. MOL80N Macpherson, Pies. 8, H. Ewinh, .Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in Canada and Agencies in all parts of the
world.
Interest credited four times., year at current rates un Savings
Bank deposits, until further notice.	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,        -        Revelstoke, B. C.
ituiu*t unHUUMUUututn v»
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH *
S. McMAHON, ■ FIRSTSTREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons Etc., John
Deere Ploughs, Molina Wagons, Canada Carrlaga Company's
Buggies, Pin > jr., Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheal*
wright and th Work attended to.   Horse Shoeing ft
Specialty **f
LIBRARY VOTINC CONTEST
IOO VOLUMES AND CASE
BELOW will be lound the names of some ol the progressive firms in
Revelstoke who make this most popular and liberal ofFer: This elegant
library and handsome case will be giun by vote to the Lodge, Society,
Church or School in Revelstoke securing the largest number of votes in
the following manner: The business men listed below will give with
EACH TEN CENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
9th and ends Feb, 9th, 1908, A ballot box bas heen placed in the Canada
Drug A Book Store where the votes are to be deposited, At the close of
the contest the. church, school, society or lodge having the largest number of votes will be awarded the library. Current accounts when promptly paid wil. be entitled to votes. Remember, votes can only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed below. Each week the Mail-Hebald
will announce the standing of the contestant,
The library and case are now on exhibition in the show window of
C. B. Hume A Co.
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class Clover and Tim-
oiliy Hay fur sale. Alsi al
kinds of Garden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
TELEPHONE 29.
Front Street,    Revelstoke
THE MONEY SAVING
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That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west nl Winning, House cleaning and
washingHreeasy with i.shelp.
And the money saving is ihe
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give [or
Ituval Crown Wrappers. Send
lor it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C.
I have many enquiries for
Fruit Lands from Winnipeg,
Toronto, and Vancouver, Persons desiring to dispose ol
their holdings, large or small,
will do well to list them with
me. Correspondence solisited,
Jas. I. Woodrow.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties st reasonable prioes.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, eto.
Oldest established nursery ou the
mainland of B.C.   Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
ailMHSUSn Ml MttKHIH -MMMVIi,M.
0. B. HUME A CO.
Groceries,    Drygoods,    Crockery
Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
House Furnishings.
CANADIAN DRUG A BOOK
COMPANY, LTD.
P. BURNS A COMPANY
Meats, Etc.
TIIK  "SAVOY"
Fine Confeotlonery, Ice Cream, Etc.
McPHAIL A HORNEI.I,
BOURNE BROS.
Coupons given on Hsrdwsre only
H. McKlNNON
Cigsrs, Tobacco, etc,
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers.
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO. Ltd
Printers Hnd Publishers.
0. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Crocer
Restaurant and Furnished Room!
Meals Irom 2.1c. Dp.
Second Street, • East End
Central Hotel
^-    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly built,     Kirst-clsss In every reaped.    All modern convenience.
Large Sample Rooms.
Rales SI.60 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rales.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same, management
An Introduction
To our line nf line confectionery
will convince yoli of the supremacy of onr liiscioua chocolates in
nut candies, chocolateorcam mint
drops, marshmallows, caraniela.
tafl'y and bun buns. They are tl.e
acme ol delinioiisness and initio, a
innsi acceptable offering to wife,
sweet heart or babies,
M.iif s datj Pita
ORIENTAL. HOTEL—
suitably furnished with the choicest thc
market affords. Iiest Wines, I.imiors and
Cigars,    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
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Queen's Hotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ol Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF YOUNQ,        -        -       Proprietor
E. A. SPRING
HARNItl  AND I00T MANUFAOTURIR
Place your orders for yonr
Harness.,—Hand-make Soots
and Fancy Leather Goods. , .  >.
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTEND IDT0
FIRST STREET
r;
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J. HARRIS, Mill.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured fur ell rlafc-pe of buildings
CEMFKT m LIME F„B TALE
AH kinds of UUlldiliU md I'ln^t. rinif
utlili.ri.ikMi.
FINE CLAY AmO FIN   BRICKS
for -,iln in liirifc ur small iiiiiii litiss
iit ll,(• iiitt')-. prices fin ■■ nli.
All Hli It..-f building ami Hindering
tiiidnrtiiken.
A. PKAOOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
Express
Draying;
Storafe
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Des    in Wood, Cual aud Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone
SHANGHAI RESTAUHANT
SO MOW & JIM HAM, Pitors.
Open Day and
Night
Special attention given to
Supper Psrties A banquets
Heals, ISO.      Meal Tloksts, SS.S0
OUT THK HABIT
OPPOSITE Y. M. C. A.
flO'llCE
Notice is hereby Rivaa that at tbs nut mwt
iug ul ths Liceus.uB Cmniif.sii'n-.r, lor Revel-
stulte District application will be made (or tb.
transler ol th. liceoie lor tbe Leland Hotel,
Nakusp. to Ogel.ie A McKitrick.
Dated No». 2nd, WW.
•at no? 16 L. H. HcDOUQALD.
NOTICE
Revehtoke Land Distriot.
Dlstrictof We.t Koo.enar.
Take uotice that w , tb. Lamb-Watson Lum
ber IJomtuur, Limited,ol Arrowhead,,
occupation Lurnberm.u. intend
 U,
     - - „. ._ apply lor
permission to 1ms. tb. following dewritttd
foreshore, bains part of lh. (onshore of Oalena
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paia
F.  B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
DON'T
M*|RRV, DOOTOR or
dospair. "Don't do a
thins." till you see clearly
what h beat by aid of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health, disease, lovo, marriage and parentage
Tells what you'd ask a doctor.lntt don't like to
210 pages, illustrated, 11 cola; but to Introduce
it we send one only to any adult for postage,
10 cents.
M HILL, PUB. OO.
IM lut Mth Strut, NIWVORK.
B
tlo
KALED TENDERS address*! tu Llie under-
J signed, and endorsed "Tender furDeten*
.ion Building, Victoria, B.C., will be received
at this offlce until Monday, December 2,1907,
Inclusively, for the construction of a Detention
Building al Victoria, B.C.
Plans and specification! can be seeu and
forms ef tender obtained at tbis Department
and on application to William Henderson.
Esq., Resident Architect Victoria. B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that tenders
will not be considered unless made on the
printed form supplied, and signed with their
actual signatures.
Kich tender must be accompanied by an ac
cni-tedcheqneona chartered bank, mado payable to the order of tbe Honourable the Minis*
ter of I'uMic Works, equal to teu ill) p.o.) of the
amount of the tender, which wili be forfeit oil If
the person tendering decline to enter into a
contract when calletf upon to do so, or If he fail
. ... contracted for.    If the
tender
turned
The Department does not bind Itself to aooapt
the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FBHD. GELINA6,
Secretary,
Department of I'ubltc Works
OUHwn, November 2,1807.
Newspapers will nut lie paid for this adver*
tliement if tbey insert it without authority frcm
the Department. sat nov 9
to complete the work contracted for.	
nenot accepted the cheque will he re*
Bay, for logging purposes;
_ Commencing at a i	
, post scribed "Lamb-Watson
Lumber Co." planted et the S.W. cornerof
Lot N(17t thence s-uthwesterly following high*
water mark, a distance uf UU chains.
Dated this aoth day of October, mt.
Lamb-Watboh Ldhbki Co, Ltd.,
Jan 1601 By O. B. N. Wilkie, Agent,
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District,
Dim rici ol West Koottnay.
'fake notice lhat John Croft, of Beaton, B.C ,
occupation Lumberman, Intends to apply for
special timber licenses over the following de
scribed landi:
1, Commencing ala post planted about two
miles soutb of A. ucCormlck's preemption on
.Salmon Creok, inarked "No. 1, John croft'i
soutb-west corner," thence eut 80 cbalm,
theuoe north m chains, thence west HO cbaius,
tnence south W ohaius to point of commencement,
2. Commencing at a post planted about two
miles south ot a, HcCormtck's pre-emption on
Halmon Creek, marked "No. 2, Johncroft's
southeast corner poet," tbence west 8u chains,
thence nortb W chains, tbence easi SOohains,
thenco south W chains to polu. of commencement-
Dated November 7th, 1907.
aat nov 16 JOHN CROFT.
NOTICE
flevolstoke Land District,
District, of Wost Kootenay,
TAKE NOTICK that Ooorgn McCarter, of
Revelstobn, H ('., Agent, intends to apply for
|ifirniH*itiii to purchase the following described
lnnds ;
Commencing at n post planted al the north-
enst corner of Lot Bztft*., lu Group One, Kootenay
District; thnnoe west 11,019 ohains; thence
north .flchnlus; thence west 10 chains; thence
norib AOrliHitiH, thenco east 21,619 chains more
"r less tu the west bank of the Columbia Hlver;
tlieine following the west bauk of the Columbin Hirer southerly to the point of commencement, containing 91 acres, more or less,
OKORGE McCARTER.
Datml November 1st., 1907. Npv. 9
NOTICE
Nolice Is hereby given that the partnership
licrelufnrc subsisting between us. the under*
HKiifl.H. M. Illnrlrh and Edward 0 face, ■■
Mipet Metal Workers, In tbe citv of ftevcl-
stoke, Hrl'lsh columMa, under tbe styleof
lllurli'hand face.hu this day been dissolved
by mutual rnnstnl. All debts or accounts
owing lo seii! fartnersblp are to be paid to
said hdward'' face.
DntH thli »th day of October, A.D., 1907
B. M. HINHICH,
nov if IDfUKDC.PACX,
NOTIOE
Notice li hereby given tbat an application
will bc made to the Parliament of Canada at
Its next session for an aut incorporating a
company under tbe name ot "Hhuswap k
Thompson Rivers fioom Company," with
power to attach bourns to fie shores of the
Thompson River, the North Thompson Kiver,
the Suuth Thompson rfiver, Kamloops Lake,
Sbuswap Lake and Its several arms, tbe Lower
fipallumolieen River and the navigable trim*
tarles of each and tbe navigable waters connecting therewith and their respective navigable tributaries all in tho frovluce of British
Columbia, and to acquire, conslruet and maintain booms, weirs, chutes, dams, slides, piers,
cribs, wharves, canals, Humes and all works of
any kind whatever that may be deemed useful
or neoessary tor transporting, driving, lowing,
collecting, booming, stor.ng, sorting and delivering pulp-wood, poles, Jogs, timber and
lumber of all kinds, and accordingly to deepen
and widen bv any means whatever any of said
rivers or bodies oi water,and remove therefrom
all Impediments or hindrances to navigation;
and for aaid purposes to expropriate such
lands as may be necessary, and to collect tolls
from other parlies making use of the Company's works. Improvements or services; to
acquire, maintain and operate lauds, aorki,
water powers, franchises aud licenses, mads,
tramways, docks and wharves, aud tur the
company's purposes only lo acquire aud operate telegrhpb, telephone and electric lines;
bo acquire, construct, navigate and charter
peats, tugs and water craft; to acquire the pro-
derty, rights, franchises, stock, boudi aud
tu beuturos of any other company, aud to sell,
lease, hold, exchange or disuse of auj ol the
Company's property, and lor all other necu*
saryand incidental rights, powers and privileges; and tbat the Company's undertaking
may be declared to be for the general advantages ol Canada.
McUlVERIN, HAYDKN k UKKlti,
Solicitors for the Applicants.
Dated at Ottawa this isl day ol October, A.D,
1907. no? II
Notice to Creditors and Others.
In the Matter of the Companies' Winding-up Aot 1890.
The creditors and others of the Revelstoke
Steam Laiiudrr Company, Limited, of Revel*
stoke, are hereby notified that tin the 18th day
of October, 1907, the Company passed an Extraordinary Resolution to the effect thnt the Company in furtbwiud wound-up voluntarily, uuder
the above act, and William J, Law, or Revel*
stoke, was appointed Liquidator of the said
Company,
Notice is hereby glvou that all creditors of
tbe said Company are hereby notified to send
by post prepaid, or otherwise deliver to the
said Liquidator, William J. Law, at Revel*
stoke, District of Koot*uay, ou or before Saturday, Slili day of November, 1907, their full
names, addresses nnd desctiptlous, and fall
particulars of their claims aa<*ounta or interests, and the nature of securities, if any, held
by them. Immediately after the said DOtn day
of November. 1907, the assets of the said Com*
pany will lie realised and distributed among
lhe parties entitled thereto, having regard
ouly to the claims uf which the Liquidator
shall then have notice, and all others shall be
excluded from the said distribution.
Dated the Snd day of October, 1907.
SCOTT A BBI0OB,
Revelstoke, R C,
•ulleitori for the Liquidator, $15 Overcoats
We are not hall as proud of out
Dress Suits at $40—as we are of
Fit-Reform $ 15 Overcoats, lt takes
months of planning and testing, and
two trips a year to England—to get
cloth worthy of bearing the Fit-Reform
label and yet reasonable in price.
It takes careful business management to enable the linest
tailoring corps in Canada to make these Overcoats, and still
let us sell them for $15. 282
Every good style and dozens ol handsome patterns, at $15.
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke, B. C
ffl
if Kootenay ash-
J pan is exception-
|\ally large. Holds
W
two-clays' ac-
:" cumulation.  Re-"
moved easily, like a dresser
drawer.    Flanges attached to
DRAFTING CIVIL
SERVICE RILL
Provincial Government will
Provide lor Appointment, Salaries, Insurance and Superannuation ol Public Servants
The proposed Civil Service Bill lor
Briti-h Columhia is now being prepared by Hon. Dr. Young, Provincial
Secretary, and it will be ready lor sub-
mi-sion to the Legislature shortly
after the opening of the session on
January 16. This province lias s-. lar
managed to struggle along without a
civil service net, Imt its gnat growth
iu recent years I.r..light ahout it I .rge
increase in .he nu in her ol publio sor-
vnnts, and as the drains ul superannuation uro leconiing greater year the
Government .'uit that it would be wise
to acl in all matters appertaining to
the civil service with the recognized
lull authority of the Legislature
The act will provide the terms ol
appointment and superannuation of
all civil servants, will apportion them
into grades according to merit,ami the
lalaiies of each grade will be fixed;
will provide for lile, accident and illness insurance, und in short will be a
sort of foster father to the man whu
decides to give the best years of his
life to the service of tbe province
without hope of greater reward than
the act provides.'
it is understood that in the matter
of superannuation and insurance a
fund will be created to which the civil
servants themselves will be expected
to contribute from the salaries drawn
from the Government. The amount
which it is said the civil servants will
be expected to contribute will approximate 5 per cent of their salaries, and
the Government will undertake to add
a like amount to the general fund, the
whole to be an interest-drawing reserve to be devoted entirely to the
benefit ol officials, clerks, constables
and others in the employ of the provincial Government.
It. the revision ol the salary list
which will be necessary when the grad.
ing ol tl.e various employees of the
service is undertaken, it is possible
that increases will be wanted in certain cases to meet new conditions ol
lile which have arisen of late years in
the west.
thou good and faithful servant, come
and sign the pay roll, a .(I receive yonr
cheque lor eternal lni|.p ..ess..'—Telescope.
IONDON. TORONTO, MO,', I REAL, V,
VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
NOTICE
Take notice tbat I, -George T. Newman, of
Anowhond, B. C, occupation Clerk, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the following
described landa:
Commencing at a post planted atthe N.E
oorner of Clara McQuarrio's Lot 8406, thenct
north 60 chnius, thenca weat 50 chain*, thence
south 'At chains, thence eaat io chains, thence
south4nchninn,thenoo east lOchains topoint
of commencement.
Dated Sept ilth, 1907.
cepSlMt        GEORGE T. NEWMAN-
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Dttdriot.
Diatrict of Weet Kootenay. ■
■NOTICE ia hereby given tbat 30 days after
date I intend to apply tu the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a special timber
licence to cut and earry away timber from
certain lands situate in tbe District of West
Kiotenay described as folly ws:
Commeneing at a post planted on the West
Bank of tha Columbia River aud on tbe nnrtli
boundary o! tbe railway belt and marked "0. S.
McCarter's Mouth-East Comer"; thouce 120
chains west: theuce north ii2 i*hains; thence
east 120 chains; to \be Colombia River; tbeuce
south along the west bank of tha Columbia
Biter 52 chains more or less to the point of
com meneement and containing 640 acres more
orless,
Dated November 1st., 1907,
Nov. 9 GEORGE H- McCARTER.
NOTICE.
Cariboo'and District,
District of Cariboo.
Take notice that Charles t„ Hyde, of Revelstoke, H,C.,orcu|isllon, timber cruiser, Intends
to apply for a speoial timber license over tbe
following described lands:
1, Commencing ot h post planted about one
mile above the mouth of Ptarmigan Creek, nud
about one mile north of Canoe River, thence
M0 ehnins north, thence 40 ebalus east, thence
160 chains south, thence 40chains west to point
of commencement.
2. Commeneing at a post planted about two
miles above the mouth of Ptarmigan Creek,
and about one mile uorth of Canoe River,
theuoe 160 chains west, theuce 40 chains houUi,
thence 160 chains east, theuce 40 chaius nortb
to point of commencement,
,1. Commencing at a poet plnntek about
three miles above the mouth of Ptarmigan
Creak, and one mile north of Canoe River,
theuoe 80 chaius north, thence 80 chnius east,
thenoe 80 chains sontli,-thenre 80 ohaius wost to
point of commencement.
4, Commencing at a post planted about
three miles above tbe mouth of Ptarmigan
Creek, and one mile north of Cauoo River,
tlienco 80 ehalus norlh, thenre 80 chnius west,
thence 80 ohains south, theuct- *) chnius enst to
poln t ef commencement.
Dn ted October 9th, 1907.
wee nov lit CHAIU,KM L. HYDE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the mniterof the estate of Charles Gittsnun
Bacher, lato of Revelstoke, British Columbia, deceased.
Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Revised Statutes of British Columbia, 1897, Chap.
187, that all creditors aud others having claims
against tbe estate of the said Charles GUtsmnn
Bacher, who died on or about the 21st June.
1907, are required on or before the 20th day of
December. .1907. to send by post prepaid or
deliver to Messrs. Scott k Briggs of the City of
Revelstoke aforesaid, Solicitors for Frederick
\V. Aylmer, Administrator of tbe personal
estate and effects of the said deceased, their
Christian names and surnames, addresses and
deseriptious with fall particulars of their
claims the statement of their account and the
uature of the securities (if any) held by them.
Aud further take notice that after such last
mentioned date tbe said Administrator wili pro-
coed to distribute the assets of the deceased
among the parties entitled thereto, having re-
Surd only to the claims of which lie then shall
ave notice, nnd that the said Administrator
will not be liable for the said assets or any
part thereof to auy person or persons of whose
claims notice shall pot have been received by
him at the time of such dlstributiou.
Dated at Revelatoke, British Columbia, this
first day of November, 1907.
SCOTT & BRIGGS,
Solicitors for Frederick W.   Aylmer, Admluis-
mlnistrator of the personal    estate and
effects of said Charles Gittsmnu Bacher,
deceased. iat uov 94tw
PRAISES CANADIAN SYSTEM.
A warm appreciation of the Superiority ol the Canadian ovei the American banking system is contained in a
letter received by a Vancouver bank
manager fron. a wealthy American
resident of a large western American
oity. The writer owns extensive property interests in Vancouver. He
says in part:
"I congratulate yourself and the
bankers of Canada upon being spared
the strain that the banks of the United States are going through. It is
dreadful. Coin and banknotes have
disappeared as completely as though
they Dad never been in existence. It
is a difficult matter to get enough coin
to buy postage stamps and car (are
We are doing all businoss on clearinghouse certificates,"
ESPERANTO
Its Spread Will Bring Nations
Closer Together.
Esperanto is the creation ol Dr. L.
Zameuhof ol Bielostock, Poland. It iB
a practical, international, auxiliary
language suitable for all the purposes
ol commerce, science, literature, poetry
and general correspondence between
tl.e peoples of different nations. Ur.
Zameiiliuf's original idea in inventing
the language was to prevent friction
among the people of his town.
The entire grammar ol Esperanto
cn lie learned in a few hours. With
some application the average petsun
can lead any ordinary text within a
lew weeks, and within three months
speak the language lluently. it takes
a. many years under ordinary conditions olsc.h ol study to do as much
with any European tongue,
Esperanto has beeu tested und tried
in every way, and has never yet been
lound wanting. A few of the many
uses of Esperanto arei
For Purposes of Foreign Travel—It
is spoken all over Europe, on the railways, at the hotels aud if. lhc stores.
"lie chi oni parolas Esperanto"—
Esperanto spoken here— is a common sign in continental cities.
For purposes ol loreign correspondence, commerce, literature, science
and art, eto. There has been three
International Esperanto Congresses,
and its success is already greater than
tbat of any other artificial language
that has ever been invented.
It is not intended to supersede the
national languages, but to facilitate
international communication and the
dissemination of useful information,
to popularize great lite.ature, to widen
the sphere of influence of inspiring
thoughts by leading men. To give
fuller lile to each natural, national
language rather than to stifle its
existence, for, freed from the necessity
of learning one or more foreign languages, each people would have ampler
opportunity of learning thoroughly its
own language.
There are Eepeianto Clubs iu Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg,
Quebec, Kevelstoke and other cities,
and Esperanto'consuls in the above
named and many other Canadian
cities.
NO. 5 COMPANY
Members of above Company will
muster for Compsny Drill every
Thursday night st 8 o'clock.
II. A. BROWN,
1 in Captain.
Ilevelstoke, B. C, Nov. 6,1907.
NOTICE.
II.velatoke l.iin.l Matrlct.
Dlstrlrt nl Weal KootMiny.
Tako ....tic*, tl.at Kuwiniui Lumbor Company,
l.liull*.! of Kevflistoko, 11,(10, .......li.ati,..) l.nm
..ormou, I...n..,l Ui a|.|.ly l.ir a mauilal llmlwr
license uvnr tl.o (nllnw.i.g ......rrihwl land.:
t'ommnuclntrnl .. po.t lill.nlt.il "Is.ut I mils
.aat nt lllind flay, thonco ..ant Ul rli.iu*. tlinm-o
...... 1. HU cl.olns   tlio...... woat SI chains, thonoo
north 80 ohains to polut uf cuminouromont, And
1'iintnlulllgfiW acres, morn or loss.
Datod Novombor 1,1901.
Bowman Lumbkk i ohi-isi, i.n.,
III SOV 11      Bjrlbolt ii.nl, M,U.Lawl.i.
Revelstoke Assessment Distriet
Take uotice that I -hall hold a Court of Revision aud Appeal,under tbe "AssessmentAct,''
respecting the Asses-oneut Roll of 1908
for the Itevolstoko Assessment District,
on Monday, bheJIDtii dny of December, 1907, nt
tho hour of eleven o'clock In tha forenoon, al
thn Court House, Revelstoke.
Dnted nt Revelstoke tbis 9th day of November, 1907.
C. M. FIKLD,
Court of Revixiou and Appeal,
Assessment District of  West
udge uf the
Revelstoke
KuoUuiy,
iat uov It) wOt
EXPERTS ON CANADA.
Canada has no greater or more reliable experts in industrial matters than
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy snd Mr. lt.
B. Angus. Significant, therefore, is tt
to note the conclusion to which tney
are led by their tour in the west. Not
alone, they say, will this year's harvest bring it. more money than that of
last year, but those who can be relied
upon to assert that, al preient prices
for produce, "the cash value will be
120,000,0(10 more than last year."
Such figures in a year ol lessened
yields per acre speak volumes lor
Western prosperity.—Canadian Gazette.
A RAILROAD MAN'S PRAYER
An old railroad employee converted
at a meeting, was asked to lead in
prayer. He hesitated a moment-
Then with trembling, but clear-
sounding voice is said reverently to
have prayed I
" Oh, Lord, now tbat I bsve flagged
thee, lilt up my Ieet Irom the rough
r iad ol lile and plsnt them salely on
the deck ol ths train ol salvation,
Let me use the salety lamp of prudence and make sll the couplings in
the train with the strong link of love,
snd let my hand-lamp be the Bible
And, Heavenly Father, keep switches
dosed that lead off on the sidings,
especially those with s blind end. Oh,
Lord; il it be thy pleasure have every
semaphore block along the line show
tl.e whito light ol hope that 1 make
the run of lile without stopping; and
Lord, give us the Ten Command
mots for the schedule, and when I
have finished the run on schedule
time and pulled Into the great, dark
statu.n ol distil, may the superintend
ent ol the universe say—'Well done,
REDUCE RATE
Electrification of Columbia A
Western.
Vancouver, Nov. 22.—It is learned
from private sources that the C P. R.
is preparing to meet J. J. Hill's aggressive attitude in the Boundary by
planning for the electrification o! the
Columbia and Western line through
the agency of the West Kootenay
Power and Li«ht company. It is
sta.ed that e'tctrical operation over
the heavy grades between West Robson
and Midway and on the spurs to the
various mining canipB, will reduce
rales lully 40 per cent., which would
give the C. P. R, pre eminence in the
ore haulage field It is thought that
even the Granl.y cunipany would then
fall under C. P. R. influence for
business reasons
PICTURES
Everybody likes   pictures and   no
home should be   without  its  picture
paper.   The cheapest and best is the
Canadian Pictorial." It is to Canada
what the "London Illustrated NeWB"
add "Graphic" are to Britain.    The
Canadian Pictorial contains about a
thousand inches ul pictures and coBts
about a thousand dollars each issue.
Only ten cents a copy,
One dollar a year.
The Pictorial Publishing Company,
142 St. Peter Street, Montreal,
Y.M.C.A. DINNER
Informal Opening of the New
Gymnasium
O'.e of the.n.nl |.(.p..!.(r ev, nts ...
Revelstoke and oue which, in a
measure, marks nn epoch in the history of the Y.M.C.A. not only in this
city hut also in the provinc , took
place on Thursday night, when the
Ladies Auxiliary ol the Y.M.C.A. prepared their sumptuous annual dinner,
this year in celebration ot the informal
opening of the new wing of the gymnasium. Elaborate preparations had
been made tu pm ip a dinner that
would be one ul th est in the annals ol the Ladies' liary. Tables
were laid in the gyni.,.is..i.n, tastefully
decorated with china, silver, cut glass,
llowers and pot plants, and the effect,
enhanced by thc presence uf the ladies, daintily clad iu white, who hovered ..i.e...1.uire un the (liners, was
extremely pretty. The dinner itsell
reflected great credit on the Auxiliary,
every article being home made and
tasty in the extreme; and the waitresses had a very busy time Iron. C till
8 attending to the wants ol the enormous crowds that surged round the
tables. When hunger was satisfied
the hall was cleared and a large class
of gymnasts under the direotion nl
Mr. Aldritt, physical instructor, went
through a long und interesting programme of exercises on the parallel
and horizontal burs, and mutresses,
some of the feats being extremely
difficult and demonstrating the athletic abilities of our youth. Soldierly
precision and training, as rigidly
practised by the physical director, has
had its beneficial influence and Rev-
e stoke can boast of as good an aggregation of gymnastic ability as any
other city in the provinoe. The
greatest interest was taken by the
spectators in these displays and hearty
applause greeted each turn.
During the evening E. M. Cook,
tbe pupular secretary, held an auction
of fancy wurk, bjing the last few articles on the fancy work stall, which
earlier in the evening had attracted
considerable attention. Candy stall
aud fish pond delighted the little ones.
As regards the new building itself
Revelstoke has every reason to be
proud of her Y.M.C.A. Not yet three
years old enormous strides have been
made, and the people have helped
liberally. The decision ol the directors tn canvass the city this year, has
met with excellent results, sufficient
money being subscribed and promised,
to pay off the original liability and to
enable the directors to extend the
gymnasium. J, A. Kernaghan wss
awarded the contract and work was
commenced at once, The gymnasium
is now, or will be when finished, the
finest and largest in the west, and
requires only a few final touches now
to complete it. The gallery will be
extended round the three remaining
sides and will be used as a running
track. There will nuw be ample room
Ior floor work; and during the coming
winter the several classes will be
nightly at work. The movement has
been pupular in the extreme and it is
gratifying to know that Itevrlsinke
people appreciate the wurk.I .tie'y
the Y.M CA. and realize lhat, th.
rising generation here will receive
every training bi'tl. moral and physi
cal, and oo.v the seeds ul successful
lile.
Local Revelatoke
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets First .uui Tliir.1 Wednesday In ilu1 raontli
... Selkirk Hall, upstair., at 8 .......   Subject lor
.li-riM-ii.il—"trr.iii.eine.it of Capitalism.    Ml
Interested nre welcnine.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Oamp, No. 119.
Meols Second and Konrtli Wedne davs in
each month, III Selkirk Hall. Visiting Woodmen cordially Invited to attend.
IV. I). AitMSTItONG. Co... Join.
J   MclNTYHK. Clerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No, 132
F. O. E.
The regular meetings nre held in the Selkirk
Hall every Tuesday ove*.iii« ut 8 o'clock. Visit-
iug brethren arc cordially invited.
H. A. BROWN. Hrksident.
W. R. McLAUCHLIN. Secretary.
Koote nav Lod(ce No. 15 A F, & A M.
The regular  meeting*-, am belli in the
UMontfl    Tei
JddKellov   ll.
the third Monde
<aoh niun n   ai
i,in, Visiting broth
ii'ii   i-onliill)   **< I
come
0. A. i'KUCUNlKR, BKOBK1 ihv.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12. I. O, 0. F.
K, TRIMBLE, N.G.
Moet« every Thursday
evening ln Helklrl
Hall at 8 o'clock,
itinu brethren ooi-
dially invited to attend
J. MATHIE, Skc
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.,
No. 26, Reveletoke, B. G.
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY,
cx-ept Third Wednesday ot
each li.iiinli, in the Oddfellows'
Hall nt li o'clock. Visiting
Knights nre cordially invited.
BRADSHAW, 0.0.
G. H. BROCK, K. of. R. AS.
H. A. BROWN. M. of F
WEDDING   RINGS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
UNDID NIW MAMAOEMINT
Meals at all Hours
Ev.rything Up-to-Date
Stewart McDonald, • Mgr
HE WOULD ABOLISH
THANKSGIVING DAY
Ottawa, Nov. 22,—The propriety ol
having s day ol national thanksgiving
and ol its observance by tho Anglican
church was discussed at length at the
annual deanery conference at Ottawa
The diBomsion was provoked by the
address of Hev. Canon Mugleston ol
Perth, who said he would have the
whole institution of national thanksgiving swept away, as it served but to
show the thankfulness of the peeple as
a whole by llieir not going to church
and thanking Clotl lor HiB merciea.
If Thanksgiving Day cuuld not be
observed be ter than It was, said the
speaker, it should be dropped bb an
Unholy thing.
Beware of yellow olliiull. 6 which
claim others have the I nhbridce
cual I They Iio I You can get Leth-
bridge coal from ouo source only, and
that is trom its ugencv.
Place ynur orderr 'th me and get
the real.'goods at ff iet ton for (our
ton orders, weigh you please.
J. C. HUTCHISON,
AOENT.
NOTICR.
Notloo I. berobji fi von tlio. at th. next moot-
uui ol tbo Linens...!. Commissioners for ll.e
RevelsU.ko District, application will be mad.
lor tlio transler ol the boons, lor tho Roooplion
Hotel, CamlK.rao, to Cry Mouliounlck.
Dated Nov. lllli. INI,       „   , „,__,_„
not uov 10 lm M.J O'BRIEN.
Ll
Ileal Estate, Mining and Financial Agent, Htock and
Hlinro Il'oker
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Has for sale choice Residences,
City l,nts, Fruit nnd Farm lands
Hotels, St..res, Livery St.il.h-N,
and various business opportunities.
Now is the time to buy coal,
copper and other investment
Blmrcs when thoy have reached
ruck boetom prices and are again
advancing.
luujeo. to confirmation I will buy
Canadian Marconi llll
North Star     M
Subject to confirmation I will Hil
International Ooal and MM     S3
Siberia Ooal    «S
Ireok.nr.dge-Lund Coal     8*1
Diamond Vale Ooal      It
Oalbralth Ooal     JS
Western Ooal and Oil, (Preld) 110
Roynl Oolllorlio     »
Nicola Ooal  WO 00
Dominion topper IS
S.,0. Copper « n
Cranny Oontolldated     M
Ooball, Wplulng and Fetter
Share, are good uiyi at prexnt
FO    SALE
NEW MODERN HOUSE-Eight
rnun.B, lurn.ice, two lots (one corner)
Convenient to business part ol city.
A desirable home for anyone. Price
in.derate on easy terms,
Apply:—Mail Herald.
H. VV. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
fi*--*r Heads, Animali.|Birtli, fish, |Ifc.,
M(H VI KD
Animal   Hues MunnUxL
P.O RngJlL
liUuiu:   LOniCTul First M anil Bnylt* At»j.
Heretooka. li   C.
NOTICE
Ke'.eNtoke Land District.
District u( We-t kucleiiay.
Take milieu that 1, W. A. Smith, annul, 60
daya after duto iuteud to apply to tlm I luef
Comnii>siuiier of Lands- and Worki fur permission to purchase tbe fulluwing desciibed
lands:
Commencingat a pk-t planted about 'i mile
north of south-east corner of timber limit 7016,
aud marked "W A. Smytbe'l S W. coruer pu«t,
theuce north 80 cbaius, thenre cast to cnains.
ihence south SO chains, iheuce we.it SO chaini to
point of commencement. voniaiuiag Un acres
more or less.
Daled Oct. 26tb, 1907.
W. A. SMYTH!,
NOTIGE
Herelstoke Land Distriot.
District of We-t Kooteuay.
Take notice lhat I, J. Sauuderson, miner, 00
days after date inteud toapply tu the Chief
lumlssloner uf Lauds and Worki for per*
• -n.u to purchase tie followiug described
u is:
lommeucingai a post plnnt**d S> chains west
'fH.:i..i Bay and marked "J- Stun lerson's
north-east corner pott,*1 them's suuth lu cuius,
theie e west 80 chain*, iheuce uurtn SO chains
thence east AO chains lu puim of rutunieuee*
msnti coutaiuiug W acres moreor less.
Dated Oct. MM, IM.
J  SAl'NuKHSON,
I'er W, A.SuiTltie Ageut.
NOriGE
Revelstoke Land Dutriot
District of We3t K.iuteuay.
Take uotice mat 1. P. h. liuffi-y, mine man-
agar, todays alter date i.ue.id kuapixy to ine
i iiii-f i uii.iiii'.-iiiiiii r u: La.d- au , W,.r*-.t lur
permissiou lu purchase ine iulluwiug-J-f-,1 ribed
lands:
Commencing at a post plauted 40 chains
nortb of the south-east corner ul umuer limit
TillHand marked "V, H. tiutfey'i u .iiu-vaai
coruer post," llieuce Suuih an cuaius, meuce
west 60 chaius theii>e uorth Hi ciiams, tneuce
east SOchaius to puiui of c>immeuctimeui, cou*
tain uu* 'An ac-os moreor less.
Dated Oct. 2tith, 1D0T.
F> R. Ql'FFEY,
Per W. A. Su.yifie, A4CUI.
NOTIGE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, R. M. Smythe, merchant;
60 days after date intend to auply to the thief
CommUsioueOof Lands aud Works for permission to purchase the followiug described
lands:
Commencing at a post plauted 40 chains
uorth of the eouth-est corner of timber limit
7016 and marked "R. M. Smythe's north-west
coruer post/' thence east DO chains, tbeuce
south go chains, theuce west SO chains, tneuce
uorth 80 chains to poiut of commencement,
coutaiuiug tWO acres more or less
Dated Oct. 26th, 1907,
H. M. SMYTHE,
Fer W, A. Smythe, Af eut.
NOTICE.
HoTolatoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that I, W. A. Be.Tr. locomotive
fireman, 6U days alter date intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner ol Laud and Works lor
permission to purchase tho following dewritttd
lauds:
Commouciug a. a post planUd about ) mil.
nortl. of the suutu-oa.1 coruer ol timber limit
7ul.ii.nd markod "W. A. Beavo's Boutb-ea.t
coruer post," thence nurth SU chains, tbou.-e
west 8n chains, thence south ft) chaius, theuc.
east HO chiins to poiut ol commencement, cuntaiuing iliil acres more or l.ss.
Dated Oct. Mb, IM.
V. I, BBAVO,
Per W. A. Smjlbo, Ag.ut.
.il.NUl'SIS OK 1USUULAT10NS UO*.
JillM.NG THE DISPOSAL OF DOMINION LANDS WITHIN THli
RAILWAY DLLT IN THE PKOV
INCE 01*' lilUT.Ii.l CULUalblA.
A LICENSE Lo cut tun,..-i can be a.,
quired uiuy a. puubc o.i.p. tji.on. „
rental ot *. por square iii.il- is ubatge-
...1 all limber bertl.s except those situ
fiu-it west ot Vail- lor winch the leuu. 1,
..i u.l- .ate ol o cents per acre per aunuu.
lit add.i.on Lo the fe.ila , due. at It.
to,low.ng r-.ies are oharfi-4:—
Sawn lumber, uu cents per thoueam
lent u.ii.
.(........> lies, eight and nine leel long
I l-i uuu 1 I-l cel.la eael).
oo.us.e i.o.us. u vault a curd.
All oilier p.ouucis. -. per .ent on ll.
sales.
A .cense Is Issued so soon as a ber.
is g....ii.-u, bul in serve,e«i le.r.iur- u
.inn.m ...» he cui uu a oertl. unit, lb
licensee ..as made a sui.ey .bel'eoi.
.Villi!.*, Lo cut tunnel ale also grant.-
a. public compelll.o... eace^t ... Lite ta.
ol actual aell.e.B, who requite the Un.
... .  ....  Ll.e.l own use.
Settlers and o.ti.-.a muy also ohtan
permits to cui up lo luu cord, ol wood Io
sale   without   eouipetliion.
Tbe due. payuo.e under a permit ar.
11.Ul per thouaund Ieet U.M.. for squar.
ti...tier and .aMiugs ol any wood ez
cup. oak; Irom 1-2 to 11-2 cents per lines,
root for building loss. Irom U l-i to h
cenls per cord for wood; 1 cent for lenc*
pusis; 3 cents for railway lie.; and U
cents per cord for shingle bolls.
Leases Ior graiu.g purpose, are Is.u-'u
Ior a term of twenty-one years,
rental of two cent, per acre per .-
Coal land, may  be  purchase.!
per acre (or .oft coal and $20 for -
cite.   No. mur. than I2U aores ..
acquired by one individual or cot...
lluyalty at the rat. of IU cents pr.
... iwn pounds 1. collected on the tm.
output.
Dairies fur land for agricultural pu.
posea may be made personally at tin- <u
cal lund olliee lor tl.e dll.r.c. In wblci
lho lund lo bt taken up Is situated, u.
if the hon.cs.eud.r de».r.s. lie ma), o.
application to .lie Mlnlii.r of ths int.T.o.
... CHlawa, the ComuiisHii.iit.r of Imn.lg'.
Hon at Winnipeg, ur tl.e loo! aa.n. to.
the Dtstilcl. wllhln whicli lhs land l>
snuuii-d, receive authority Ior lorn, on,
lu make enn. (or hlm
A fee of IIO I. charged lor home.teac
i-nlry.
A senior who haa received an entry fo.
.. .......e..cad, 1. iNUired lo perform lh.
i-onditiona connected therewith under on,
ot the followlmt plan.:-
.1 At least six months' residence upon
and cultivation of Ih. land In each year
during the larm of three years.
II Is the practice of the Department to
require a settler to bring IB acres under
cultivation, but II he prefer, he may sub
stltu'.e itock; and 20 hud ot cattle, to be
actually his own property, with building.
for their accommodation, will he require*
Instead o( cultivation.
.2) If the father (or mother, If the father Is deceased) ot any person who Is
eligible to mak. a homwtead oniry under
Ihe provision, ot the Act, reside, upon
a farm In the vicinity of the land entered for by such person aa a nomeatead.
the requirement, of th. Act as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be
satisfied by such person raiding with the
father or mothor.
(3) It the settler hu his permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
him In the vicinity of hi. homeetenL th.
requirement, of tb. Act a, to rejl-l.nc.
may be satisfied by realdence upon th.
said  land.
Application for patent should bs s
at tiie end of three year, before th. local
agent, sub-agent or a homestead Inspec-
Before making application for a patent,
the settler mu.t gtveslx month, nolle.
In wrltlni to th. OMnmlMlonor of D»
minion Und. at Ottawa, of U. IsMs-
M0" l° * "V W, OORT, v   , _
Deputy Minister of th. Interior
Ott.wa. Rbruray Uth. IM.
iiii-
OKA LED TENDERS addres»ed to the under
.J signed, aud endorsed 'Tender for PubUc
uuildlng, Ladysmlth, B.C." will be received at
tins utiles until Wednesday, December 11,18U7,
Inclusively, for the construcUou of a Public
Building al Lad) -...ill., B.C.
Plans and spocillcat.no can be seen and forms
o( tender obtained at this Department and on
application to the Postmaster at Ladysmith,
B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that tenders
will not be considered unless made on tbe
printed lorm supplied, and signed wllh their
actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanied by an
accepted cheque on a chartered bauk, made
payable to tl.e order of the Honourable the
Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per
cent (IU n.e J ol th. amount of the leuder,
which wili be forfeited if tho person tendering
decline to enter Into a contract wben called
.. uou lo do so, or if be fail to complete tbe
work contracted tor. If tba lender be not
accepted tbo cheque will be returned.
The Deparlmeut does nol blod iuHlf to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FKKD. GEL1NA8.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 13,1997.
Newspapers will not be paid for Ibis advep
li-eu.eui .1 tin-)-...sen It without authority
from thc DepartmenL
District of Wost Kootenay.
Not ire is hereby glvon that 3D day. afler date
I inf. ifd to apply t.f tho Chief Commia.|oner of
landsaud V. orks for a special timber licence
... cut an.l rarry awAy timber from Section 2,
TnwnahlpS. Big Bend West Kootenay Districl.
!>nt«i November 8th. 19W£
wed nov M     S. T. ED WA RDS,
NOTICE
Natrict of Wo«t Kootenay.
Votioe la hcrfby given thnt 30 rlaya after date
I Inleml toBpnly to the Chief Commi-nlnn.Tof
unds and Work* for a upwlal tlmbi-r licence
o cut and rarry away Umber from fl«tlon U*
l'nwn«hipl Rig Bond, W«d Kootenay District.
Dated November 8th, 190".
wed QfiVJ0_
N, T. EDWABD3.
NOTIGE
District ot Weal Kootenay.
Nolice It hereby given that 3" day* after date
I Intend to anplr to the Chief Comniftvio-ier of
UihIh and Works for a special timher licence
Incut and carry away timber from Section 11,
Town-hip 3, Hig Rend, Wast Kootenay Diatrict,
Dated November 8th. IDT.
wetl nov 20 N. T. EDWARDS.
NOTICE
Iii.lric! of W«t Kootenay.
Nn.1.0Is hereby given .list *iday, .(tor dais
I Intend to apply UUli" .'hli'lt'ommlwlonerof
Ijind-and Work, fnr a anwlal llmlwr licence
incut nnd ra-ry OWST lln.le-r f on. MeWlnn 23,
Township J. Bis R»nd W««i Kootenay DUirlot.
Dated Novambtrnk, IM
wed nov 9> N. T EDWARDS.
NOTIGE
Dislrict of Weil Kootarar,
Notice is he"* by given tlmi *■ days nft^r flat*
1 intend 'oa**ply t the ' h >f C«mnil«Inner nf
lAndu and Works fur a •p'**Mi|nilvr HeeiM
tn ent and carry nway Miitvrfmm S **t|nnW.
TownahlpS, "IgBerrl Wm! Ktmtrnav Di-irlct.
Rated November Mh H"7,
wed nov 20 N. T. EDWARDS,
NOTICE.
Districl of Wmt Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given Ihal *> day. afl^r date
I Intend w applr lo tho Chief ('omm ulonor of
Unds and Work, for a special limber Horno.
tocut and carry away timber from Section 35.
Township 3. HiK H"nd. West Kootenay District.
Dated November Oth, l«rr.
wed nov 20 N. T, KDWAHDS.
NOTIGE
Districl ot West Kootonay.
Notice l» hereby givri. lhat M days aftor date
I Inlend lo apply U> tho Chief Commissioner of
Unds and work, fora special timber licence
lo cl and carry awav MmW Irom Section I
Township I. Big Bei.d, West Kooicnay District.
Dated November Hth. 1W7.
wed nov 20 »■ T. EDWARDS,
NOTIGE
Rovelstoko Land District.
IHalrlct ol West Vootonav.
Take notice that Aleiander McCormick, ot
Ileal.m ll.c .occupation TotmsUr, Intends lo
apply lor s special Umber license over Ibe Iol-
i....IBS described lands:
;(. commencingat. nost planted abon.onc
mllo west ol John Croft's No 2 pott, mirked
• a. Mccormick's No. 8, south-east corner,"
thence wesi su chain., tbence north BO chain.,
thenre eut 80 chains, lbence south 80 chains
in point ol commencement.
Dated Nov. 7th, U07.
ut nov 16       ALEXANPr.il McCOKHIl'i;, BIG, STIRRING PRICES IN LADIES' MANTLES
LADIES' COATS
Hegular .iilli .mil $20 Conts.
:PRICES THAT CAN'T BE OVERLOOKED:
.Now $9.25
DRESS GOODS,
Our mai-ked-down prices in Dress Goods make
easy buying,  ^^^
LADIES' FALL BLOUSES
We have n Rood range to select from, All
Wool Cashmere in nil colors ul $2. Lustre
HI. i.-i-,.i fjl.fio, White Vestliui Blouse, go.nl
valueitl $2,011.   Now $1.25.   Fliinnelotte Minus..
CORSETS! CORSETS!!
Ilnutl A Corsets wtt.li Qiiltom iilti.clii.il. Belling
,• ...i , Wohuvc imi In stnck tliu new Was
I'nrsets. This i> lhu lirsl limo ..ll'.'1'...l in ll. (:.
r.i.nn.1 I.,- excelled for nnnifoi't, eto, Trv ;.
I .air,
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Suits—Only.i fow ot the harpittus left. Tweed
Suits nt $11, $12 Suits .it $8, $11 Suits ut $10.
Men's good heavy Tweed Pants selling at $1.10
per pair. This is just th.*, p.ice of overalls,
Call ..ud see Ihem.
Men's Heavy Underwear soiling .tt 50c. each.
Wen's Cashmere Sox, i". pairs ft..' $1.       '
Men's Heavy Working Shifts .it Tile.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS
Von wi.nl, flu- f ...si value when Inlying, Wo can
save ynu money. These goods won. hought
direct fi'oni the Krister.. itlitniifilotiii't'iH hofut'o
lh,-...lv.nice in pt'lcti,
STYLISH MILLINERY
This Department we p.iyparticular allentlon
I... ..ml always en ity n fresh nnil up-li.-.l.ii..
sloe's.  (I Is tu linml dally l.y express
REID & YOUNG
I  NEW GOODS
7    .lust  opened up  a   ship-
9 ineui i.f   Fountain Syringes
Saud  hot  water bottles—the
very best makes.
ty    Come and see them before
♦  purchasing.
Canada Drug & Book Co.
Limited.
Revelstoke, B.C.
9
ty LlMITE
■Hi-H4'MIIMI|H"M
COMING EVENTS
Thursday, N'..v. 28—Bazaar and Sucial
R. C. Churcli
Friday. .Nov, 29—Scotti'h Concert by
lucal talent.
Wed. I'ec. 4—"At Cripple Creek."
Thursday, Dec. 5—Ye Old Folks Cun-
certi by Choir ol Methodist
Church.
Friday, Dec. 13, Saturday, Dec. 14.—
McEwen, Hypnotist and Vaudeville.
Wednesday, Dec. 18—Sandford Dodge
Co.
 -e- •*»  .	
WEATHER FORECAST
Saturday, Nov. 23, lor 24 hours—
Change (or cold, snow and 'leet, light
t.. heavy east winds, gti6ty. Temp.,
affected by local conditions. Average
temperature, max. 40 degrees; min,
34 degrees.
Local and General.
Amusement for everybody at the
"At Home," Thursday 28tb,
Everybody's invited to have a cup
oi 5 o'clock Tea this afternoon at C.
B. Hume 4 Co's.
Call lor your mail at Selkirk Hall
where the post otl'.ce will be located
.Nov. 2S. Your letters will not be
dunners.
A good programme ol vocal and.in
strun.emal   music   will   be rendered;
ai:0 the  services  ot  the band  have
been engaged.
WELL PREPARED
With high grade Hour for
Pies, Cakes, Pastry.tnd good
Itie.id. Get it! Flout that
will make Pumpkin .tnd
Mince Meat join in lidding
to the housewife's fame as it
cook and hostess, We
greatly desire yonr Hour and
other grocery orders, which
always receive our personal
attention,
cask
('tils ii big llgure at any
season so do our Pies,
Cakes and Pastry. We warrant them to be the eipuil of
nny "mother used tu mako."
(Iptildn't say more than that
could wel' Heller order
yours now. Our ovens ure
large, bul so is the number
i.r people whu propose to
cut ils products.
HOBSO.N (&   BELL
ET
Look Here for 15 Days
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
REAL ESTATE
We have the exclusive sale of 10 lots on tram line between
Vancouver and New Westminster, Size of lots :si x 122.
PRICE, $125. $20 down, $10 nsi month un balance. This
offer is only good till December 1st. next,
Kincaid   &  Anderson
Ita. 1'' I R S T   S T R E E T ,-
CHRISTMAS
Snaps
It teem I early, but not
too early to secure the
best snaps in Christinas
buying.
The bulk ol our Ninas
goods have come to band
and many lines are al
ready on display.
Do not fail to get a pair
ol our handsome framed
picture). Now on display
in the window,    Vie. each
GOOD  BUYS
Choice Building Plot, Second Street. 60 i 100 ieet     —$ 660
Corneron Third Street, 12S x 100 feet. - —$1400
Double Corner. Filth Street, 50 x 100 leet —   360
Two-Acre Blocks, suitable for Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre • • $100 and $160
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE
NOTARIES rcm.lt
LOANS
W. Bews
Phm, Ii.
Druggist and Stationer
NBXT HUME BLOOK
The wigs for Ye Olde Folks' Concert bave been ordered from a linn in
I New York and .ire expected to arrive
'any day now,
We are pleased to report that
11ieotl'rey Haggen has been appointed
i teacher ol the Pingston oreek school to
! commence next month.
Lay by ye small piece ol money for
lye nidi: time concert on Dec,'ith, as
J positively neither wool, butter nor
eggs, will I* taken aa payment.
!    Must be sold   by   Monday—Singer
Sewing Machine, $26, equal to new.
, Fine (lining table, extension leaves,
$6,—Apply to A. E, Jessop, Second
I street.
The programme lor the Scottish
concert on Friday the 29th inst, St.
Andrew's Kve, in the opera house,
will I* published in the next issue ol
tbe Man. Hkiiai.ii.
In addition to 16,000 letters, there
were IfiO pieces ol registered mail
matter reported to have been in the
mail car destroyed in tlie Moose Lake
wreck ol the Soo trait, last week.
Private Sale ol first class lions..bold
ell'ects, coinnieiiciiig Mo...lay, Nov.
26th| at the residence ol .1. Callin,
cornrr of McKenzie Avenue and 4th
Street. 2t
A lady who knows you mul me,
Asked a Iriend tn the Savoy Inr ton;
Her friend said, ell '. what!
For a cup t.r a pot,
A 1-lb. box of Iiest candy for the iiiohI
appropriate addition, Oompetiii.in
open for two weeks.—Savoy.
The regular monthly meeting ol tlie
Ladies' Hospital liuild will be held on
Tuesday, Nov, 2litb, at 3 30 p ..., |rj
the City Hall, A large attendance is
requested wilh a view to discussing
the hospital ball.
There is a lish pond lor tlie children,
lancy articles lor the ladies, pipes |.,r
the gentlemen, home made candy for
all an.l refreshments free ol charge al
tbe ' At Home," in Selkirk Hall on
Thursday next.
Third Street in the vicinity ol the
school has been vastly improved by
the Installation of several ...ore street
lights, which improvement has lawn,
greatly appreciated by the residents in
that neighborhood.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier celebrated I.is
sixty-sixth birthday on Wednesday,
It is practically seen that, the Premier
will, next summer, make a tour of the
Dominion right through to liritisl
Columbia.
Dan Hear, foreman, A. Scriver, sawyer; and Ceo. Taylor, liller, at the
I'owmatt Lumber tin's, mill, Comaplix,
claim Ior this ...ill tl.e clrampionsl.ip
ol B. C. On Tuesday, Nov. lllth, this
mill with onr Watcrous Hit. double
cut band, cut HHfill ft. of lumber in
1 hours and 26 minutes. John lilaapie
scaled this lumber and will take rmtli
that the scale was not swollen by so
much as onu foot. II this cut has
been or ever is beaten, the aliove
named gentlemen will be pleased to
learn nf it,, and uu receipt ol snob
knowledge will cheerfully lay a»ide -»jj
cbampionship claims.
At tl.e next meeting nl Ibe Ktights
of l'v'liiii«, the ce.'(.ni.mv (,I noniinat-
iug of ollicers for the ensuing term
will be held.
Incoming trainmen report that
they have experienced heavy blizzards
nt d by*' wind in ll.e vi-'inity ..I Field
wiib allow ut ..ll p..nils
The men's meeting in the Y.M.C.A
(h-innrrnw (Sun.lav) Iro... 4   o 5 wi
be   addressed   l,y * It >. Mi. C C.ildei
Kver,'niun is cni'iliiilly invited lo the
gathering.
The Canadian Mining Institute
.vimis a Dominion Government grant
toward, the entertainment ol the
liritish Kngineeis who will visit
Canada next year.
Plans and sp.cifications l.n the new
provincial law courts and 'anil registry olliees at Kamloops line been
Completed, lor which llie .-nm ol
$20,00(1 bits been .Hti.ua;.-1
Tl.e i. tei'iiatiui. .1 cbiTvuull I the
Y.M.C.A, Mil session nt Washington,
D.fl. The a-soeiiiliiins ol Victoria
and V.ii c.mver n:e represent..I. I'res.
Roosevelt receives tl.o di'lmiatei and
Ambassti.loi llryee will il liver an
address,
lleenuse she is a Iriend nl I'te alilor
anil la"... me she gu-ve $500,0110 towards
the lib., jackets  Y M.O.A.   I........ in
Brooklyn, liO.fJW entii-led men nl -tl.e
United Slates navy patented Miss
Helen M. Oould with a silver loving
cup yesterday.
Afier being out an hour and three
quarters yesterday ..It.rnnon, tbe jury
brought in a verdict nl not guilty in
the Assizes Court in the caseol Detective Smith oljthe City Police Force ol
Winnipeg, on trial lor manslaughter
in killing a suspected fnr-thiel by the
name nt Cans.
W. J. Brandritb, socrctarv ol the
B, C. Fruit Growers' Association, J,
Johnston, ol Nelson, and L. fy. Hagar
of Revelstoke, president snd managing secretary respectively uf the B. C.
Fruit and Produce Exchange, will
address a Iruit growers' meeting at
Chilliwack. Nov. 27th.
The Liverpool "Cumer," in an
article regarding the expenditure and
revenue cl the steamers Lus'tania and
Mauretnniii, figures that a single voyage ol either steamer yields a profit ol
$66,000. The expenditures nre estimated to be $89,950, thus giving those
big steamers an income ol $155,960
per trip.
A new mining bill is pending belore
the federal parliament, providing lor a
department of mines, lor a deputy
minster ol the department, and for a
director ol the geological survey, At
present A. P. low is the deputy bead
and director of the geological survey
will naturally succeed tn the position
of deputy minister ol mines under the
provisions of the bill.
At the hockey meeting held on
Thursday night last in the office of tbs
Dickson Laud Company, about 25
were preient, and such enthusiasm
manifested as seems to promise a most
successful season's spo.t. The secretary was instructed to write to Revelstoke, Kamloops, Enderby, Armstrong
and Kelowna, with a view to getting
these towns to enter inlo >. league. A
cup donated by Price Ellison, M.P.P.,
will be competed Ior during the
coming seiison.—Vernon News
A copy of the estimates of lhe revenue and expenditure ol the province
ending June 30, 1908, is tu hand and
we note among other things that
$16,000 has heen estimated Ior roads,
streets, bridges and wharves in the
Revelstoke district. $2,500 subsidy for
steainlioii! on the Columbia river above
Kevelstoke, and $350. fnr I h- Gold
stream Ferry. Big Bend. $25,000 has
been allowed for lighting torest fires
throughout the province, and $7,000
for the destruction of wolves, pantbera
and coyotes.
We regret lo announce the sad intelligence of the death of Mrs. Bertram oi Maniloba, daughter of Mrs
Patrick of this city, which occurred
on Monday last. Thc deceased had
been ill 'inly a short while and the
end came suddenly. The remain;
came in last night from the east accompanied by Mr. Bertram who is in
the employ of the OP R. The funeral took place this afternoon from the
residence of Mrs Patrick where a
brief service was held by lhe Rtv. T.
W. Hall and thc remains interred in
the cemetery.
A very enjoyable sale of work and
social was held on Wednesday at St.
Peter's Rectory under the auspices of
tbe Ladies Guild. A large number ol
people were present both alternoon
and evening. Candy, lancy work and
light refreshment! were for sale and
during tbe evening the choir and
oil., rs ol tbe congregatinn musically
inclined, rer.dend an excellent pro
gramme ol v.esl and instrumental
music, several glees and part songs
being introduced. The Misses H
Hobbs ind lm, two of Revelstoke's
younge.t pianists, received much
praise for tbeir pianoforte playing. A
novel guessing competition attracted
considerable interest and tea served
round to all. broughl a pleasant evening to a close
Halibut, kippered herring, bloaters,
cranberries, fresh celery, pineapples
and bananas today— 0. fi. Hsrne
A Co.
There is some work to be done to
.•(ini.letethenewY.M.C.A gyninasiu.il
but class work will start Monday
night for intermediates, Tuesdav night
for seniors and basket ball at 9:3(1.
YeBturdav afternoon airim(ifHit wes
held at   tin  provnie al tioal u> ttn 'In
'...(ly of a ...... . ...neI   Dosi'e   Pine'le
ivhi.'di..(1't..cre in' tlnV .)',ii.|ii(1"gT 'Hi'
'..id been ...ken to tie I...«|.ilal i. da.
■rsu ptevioiisly s. Il'ering from delirium
t. emeus, hut becoming .1.1111 liuigen-ble
hnd I. eu removed to tl.e goal, The
jury returned a verdict..' ''death Iron.
heart failure,duo to ixc.s-ive useul
aloohol "—Iv'i.mloops Sentinel.
Social and iPersonal
W. F. Ogilvie nf Hi., Leland Hotel
Nakusp, ir in i be ciiy unlay,
Mrs. W, ,1, Lightl'iii'i.e of Arrow,
bend, spent a lew days in town ll.il
week
Conduct..r Matt, nl I v. inlo pa, is in
the city, having come up ... attend
the Masonic meeting last uigl t,
II. Cunningham Morris will conduct divine servi-e at Ihe Churcl. ol
Kngland, Arrowhead, Sunday evening.
C, F. Lindmark, ... ager ol tl.e
Revelstoke Saw Mill . ii leaves on
Monday morning In . ' or of inspection of his logging c.i.ps it. lhe Big
Bend.
CHURChU.
Catholic.—Kev, Father It. Pecoul,
O.M.I., pastor. Services every Sunday
at the following hours: 8 a...., Com
inuninn Mass; 10:30 a.m. High Mass
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian—Rev.
W. C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, Nov. 10,
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m., Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible Class, 2.30
p.m. Mornins subject, "A Stumbling,
block." Evening subject,' "A New
Policy." Young People's Meeting on
Monday, 8p.m. Prayer Meeting on
Wednesday 8 p.m. Annual Scottish
concert Friday evening inoiiershot.se.
St. Peter's Akotjcak—Rev, C. A.
Proeunier, M.A., rector. Sunday next
belore Advent. Following is a list of
services; 8 a.m. Holy Cnmmur/ion.
11 a.m. Matins and Litany. 7.30 pm.
Evensong.   Sunday school at'2.30p.m.
Knox Presbyterian—J. R„ Robertson, B. D., minister. Morning'service at 11 o'clock; Evening service »t
7:30; Sunday', school st 2:30 o'clock.
THe paBtor will preach' at both services. Morning subject, "The Perfect
Lew of. Liberty." Evening subject,
"Tl.e Book ol Judges lor Modern
Times" Good music. Anthem, "Our
father," "Hear Us Jehovah," "Bow
KDown Thine Ear," Organ Voluntary,
"Andante No. 2." The Young Peo-
pie's Society on Monday night at 8
o'olock. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night and Choir practice on Friday night at 8 o'clock. A cordial welcome to all the services.
Methodist—Rev T.W. Hall, pastor,
Services on Sunday as follows: Class
meeting at 10:30 a.m. Public service
at 11 a;ni., subject, "Tlie' King's
Friend," and the influence ol Iriend-
ship upon human character. Sunday
school and Pastor's Bible Class at 2:30
p.m. Evening service at 7,30 p.m.,
subject, "The trial of Jesui belore
Pilate and the trial of Jesus today." Epworth League on Mondsy
at 8 p.m. under auspices of the Social
Department. Prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 p.m. A cordial invitation
is extended to all. .... ..-
Business Locals
Nothing better Wan Our "Speoial.
Get those pictures framed Ior Xmas
st The Ideal.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Reveletoke cigars.
Christmas cards, a handsome array
at Bews' drug store.
For Rent—Sewing machines by the
week or month—Singer Sewing Ma-
chine Co. dec 26
A choice line of carpets and linoleums always in stock at C. B. Hume
A Co's.
(lur stock ol house and office furniture is complete. Prices right at the
Ideal.
Everybody is invited to bsve s cup
ot 5 k. tea this alternoon at C. B,
Hume A Co.'s.
The Ideal is showing a nice line of
small metal tables this week, Something new.
Northern Spy Apples, $1.75 per box
or 5 box iots $1.50 per box, good for
coking.   C. B. Hume A Co.
Rsvslstokt Cigars Union Mads Our
Speoial, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
ar. ahead st all others.
Cell and get your jardinieres belore
the prettiest are all gone. Still some
lelt.   C. B.Hume A Oo.
We have opened up a beautilul lot
of Iramcd pictures, small and large,
ciii.e in and get your selection early
at Canada Drug Store.
(SPARE THE HOD and SPOIL THE CHILD
IH NOT IN IT WITII
SPARE THE BRUSH AND SPOIL THE TEETH
Tbe.e is no need to oillier spare the brush nor sisiil the teeth when '
wn sell ftrst-oliMS BRISTLE   TOOTH   BRUSHES that will not
sl.c.l a bristle,
A full slock of Tooth Powders, Wnsl.es nnd Pastel nl.vavs.in linml.
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
We Pny Speel.il Attention I.. Prescriptions	
IN OUR LIKE
RE~50LVED
.JHAT WHETHER YOU PlAY
fOOT BALL OR 5 EF OTHERS
PLAXFOOTBALL MX)IAUS7
BE DRESSED RlGHtVou
WILL WIMOUT BETTER M
THE £ANE YOU PL AY, IF
wear. Good clothes.
Buster BROWN
".some play roox&ALL, but.there \s
ONE GAME WE ALL -?lAi—S\lttlSS. WE
HAVE A LOT TO DO WITH OUR .5UCCE.S.S OUR-
.SEIVE.5; YET OTHERS HAVE A LOT To DO
WITH OURf SUCCESS., YOU CAN HAVE A GOOD
OPINION OF YOURSELF."   '
Fancy Work Material
Everyone is busy for Xmas now and.wc are headquarter* for everything in the line of materials, 'We have agencies for goods that cannot
.be procured in oilier stores—the very newest and prettiest lines to lie
nail anywhere.   Everyone knows our
TINTED CUSHION TOPS AND CENTRES   ,-..•.-
• Including the Revelsloke Souvenirs and our large assortment of
Photo Frames, Tio Hacks, Key Hacks, Towel Racks, etc, They nre 60,
easily worked and make pretty presents,
SHADOW EMBROIDERY
Is having a great run and we have a lot of the prettiest designs in
Blouses and Cushion Tope,   We hare' Some Very pretty Corset Cover
designs onLincn and Lawn.
V   '-.     " •  A   ''•* '   ' .'m    •'-.)'   *'*!'"; '"'   '   I '
nr-T t-.tari-.ic'wrlcuictt •>«.-• ■■   f
B&DING'S WASH SILKS :
it
Are superior to all others and we carry a full range in  Royal and
Filo Floss, Crochet and Hope Silks,
McLENNAN'S
MACKENZIE AVENUE .
, this weeko^ k wiii jm$0i.
of LADIES' COATS at a remarkable reduction in
price.
YOUR CHOICE WH $fo and $12
7.   >. OU '  ■.'■'!.■  ii.*.;  i  In,
ThesfeCdats are the Newest Gibsdtt'desigir." We "■'
have just 15 of the same left.'
V
CRESSMAN & MORRISON
J
WANTED
WANTED-Booms to Rent, pvtly
furnished.    Apply to   Hodt.
Tapping.
WANTED to imrchiise for client a
second hand Safe apply lo E, A.
Hag-fen, Revelstoke.      nov 9
Bews'  Senega   cough tyrup    for
coughs at Bews' drug itore.
ing-
Theatre Company
A. (). FOX, Manager.
house Z-nights-Z
Coinineneilig
Friday. Nov, 22
FRANK* FANNING
Af/o
MISS WARDNA HOWARD
FRIDAY EVENING
The Celebrated Drama
The Virginian'
SATURDAY, 2Hrd
Capital vs. Labor
Based on the struggle of
Labor against the Trust
Octopus,
f RIOM     60c, 750., 11.00
IMPORTANT ADVICE.
Do not wait, but come in at once
(qr your sittings for Christmas photos
and avoid tbe rush near that time.
You will And here everything—workmanship, scenery, cameras, lenses,
mounts snd art folios bl every description, style snd color lound in ths best
studios in tbs esst. All work finished
completely bere in my building.
Special—Do not eon.s for sittings
alter 3 p.m. during the nut two
monthi ol short dayi,
Very respectfully,
E. F. TUCKER,
tc Pbotogrspber..
CARD OF THANKS
Tbs Udiee' Auxiliary ol tbe Y. M.
0. A., wiib to extend their, thanks to
all those who were kiml enough to
sniitthenT in tbe opening dinner
given on Thursday evening.
■*- ,..'" Mas. A. MfllimRE, |
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-    I,.'I.'.i '   -> i.-M.
•«..-.,,, ;■■.'       ■*■
Call and ■** owr. Phoice itock iol
electric lamp shad'tji.j*:!! stylsi and
designs at-.Bfti. and ll, reduced to 2l5o.
UwreBbO' Ha'rdwsre Co. "K
11 you sre wondering what to lend
away long diitsncei to your friends
come snd get one ol those Revelitoke
picture calendars, all local views and
only Mc. each, st Canada Drug Stors.
NOTICE.
lltvelilok. Und District.
Dl.trtct ol Wtst Koottnt;.,
Take nolle, that Hobcrl Aftoatruni,, .1 Ar
towlicul, I. 0,, oo.np.llos Minor, Intend,
lo apply lor s special tltotxt Mesne, over the
lolluwlnidescribed land!
CommonelBi tt > pott t.l.nte.1 ibout lOOyda.
norlh o| ao.. marked N. w, L7HSJ. and marked
"Hour, aiaitroni'i tj.W, corner poll," thence
Su clln. north. M chain. e»it,SO*oh.lni wittb,
Su chain, west to pointol commencement.
U.ted thil Klb day SINov,, 1107'
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