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Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family use there in nothing ...
wholesome and ao pure as HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
IT'S BOTTLED AT   THE SPRINGS
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The Mail-Herald
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FEB 4-1908
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^Interior Publishing Co, Agents
Vol. 14,-No 6
REVELSTOKE. B. C FEBRUARY 1. L0..8
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
BARGAINS!
If you arp not gelling your share of the Riirgains we
are Belling just now it is your own fault—THRY CERTAINLY ARK HERE I
LADIES' UNDERWEAR
Indies' All-Wool Underwear Vests and Drawers,
nloely trimmed with wove laco, in white or natural colors.
These sell regularly at $1.75.   Now selling at 90C.
Union Half Cotton anil Half Wool. Hell regularly at
50o.   You can buy I hem now at 25C.
LADIES' SLACK CASHMERE HOSE
Ladies' lllaek Cashmere Hone, sizes H\ 0, 0J, full sine.
Gieat values at 40c.    You can buy them now for 26C*
LADIES' COATS
We have 6 Liidies' Coats In Fancy Tweeds—all this
year's Coats, sizes 30, IIS, 40, They were $18 to $23. You
can have yont choice for $9.50
LADIES' SKIRTS /
10 Ladies'Skirts in nice Check Tweed, nicely tailored.
They are regular $7.60 Skirts sollicg for $3.75
A TASLE OF REMNANTS
A Table of Remnants- every piece with a Price Ticket
on It-easy picking.   Something in the   lot to please any
person.
WHITE SILK WAISTS
White Silk Waist* In the New Embrou M *«**
SIM 86, 38. 40-no two ilteAtallj ot. To. will
anrelv like them.   They are $0.00 W-mt- fur »3.TS
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
ran Ma-ei arrMag MUf.     treesmakki-, an* MMinery ".earns, 2nd Floor
^H (3tcat Cut in Enamcleb Mave\
Por this week we are offering some great bargains in Strnnkay Ware
and in some of our Best Lines of Blue Ware.
Blue Enameled Tea Kettles, No. 0, $2 00 Hale Price $1 25
Blue Enameled Tea Kettles, No. 8 $1.75 Sale Price $1 15
"      SlopUPails, $2.60   Sale Price $1 90
Preserve Kettles $1.25  Sale Price     floe
Preserve Kettles $1.01) Hale Price     80c
Dippers 40c         SalePiice     30c
" "      Kw era, 75c     Sale Price     60c
Ewers, $1 75  Sale Price $1 30
Pie Plates, 35c '. Sale Price     "'
" "      Pudding Pans, 45c Hale Price
Pudding Pans, 50c SalePiice
" "      Lipped Sauce Pans, $1 25 Sale Price
'• "      Lipped Sauce Pans, 75c Hale Price
" "      Decorated Tea and Coffee Pots $1.00.  ..SalePiice
" "      Decorated Tea and Coffee Pots $1.25 — Hale Price
25c
80c
35c
05c
55c
65c
75c
Quite a number took advantage of our Sale of Nickle-Plated Ware
last week and are watching for our next Sale.
See Our South Window for These Bargains.
X
LAWRENOE
HARDWARE
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COMPANY,    LIM
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GOOD  BUYS
**-arar******-*ar*ra*a*rK-«aara
Choice Building Plot, Seoond Street, 50 z 100 feet. —$ 550
Corner on Third Street, 126 x 100 leet.            • -41400
Two Inside Lota Fifth Street, 50 x 100 feet.          • — $00
Two-Acre Blocks suitable (or Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre - $100 and $150
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
ARE YOU A PURCHASER OF
CUT GLASS
?
If yon are, the question of coat Is
no doubt an important consider*
ation.   Design next.
CALL AT
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
Only selection of Out Glass In town
REVELSTOKE LIBERALS
Annuel Meeting end Election
of Officers.
The annual general meeting of the
Revelstoke Liberal Association was
held in tbe Salvation Army Hall on
First street, on Thursday nigbt. The
attendance wa* good and the meeting
very enthusiastic. The report of the
past year showed that tbe business ol
tho association was very satisfactory.
The following were elected officers
for 1808;
President.—VV. I. Briggs.
Vioe.Pree.—A. Hobson.
Hec.-Tress.—E  H. Lewis.
Executive Committee — A. Abrahamson, R. Hnw.on, F. B. Lewis, R.
D. Davis, VV. B. Robertson. C. R.
Maodouald,
NEW BAPTIST CHURCH
Dedication Services Last Sunday-City Pastors'Addresses
Sunday, January '20th, 1008, wil
ever he remembered in Revelstoke as
an occasion to the marked demons: ra-
tive ol the upward progress ul oity life
and more especially hy the lh.pt.ist
il.'iioininaiiiiii a. the day when their
Hist church, on See mil St., was npetied
and dedicated. Tho church congregation was first organised in May and it
was not until the Rev. W. P. Freeman
came in August that anything definite
was done, and Mr, Freeman took the
lead and brought np the church to
what it ia today. On Sunday last the
building was opened lor service the
attendance being splendid both morning and evening in well aB in the
altornoon. The Rov. II. E. Hatt ol
Vanoouver, preached the dedication
sermon Irom ihe loxt, "I was glad
when they said lot us go up to the
House ol the Lord." Ho said it was
God's house and all that was done in
it should be to his glory and honor
There was joy in attendance at Gods
House and with all that hia worship
stands (or in the lives of   his   people
The dedication prayer was read by
the pastor.
At the afternoon service, congratulations and greetings were offered by
the city pasture. On the platform
were iho Revs. VV. 0: Calder, J. R
Robertson, W. T. Hall, H E. Hatt,
and E. M. Cooke of the Y. M. C. A.
The pastor presided.
Mr. Calder touched on the work ol
tho Baptist, saying that they were the
largest nonconlormistdenomination in
the Motherland and rank first in the
United Slates, numbering over seven
millions.
Mr. Hill, speaking in a hearty
strain, lunched on the fraternal spirit
evinced between Methodist and
Baptists.
Mr. Robertson spoke along tbe lines
ol church union, hut while the present
differences hold, every man has a right
to worship God wh.re and how he
pleases.
Mr. C"oke spoke briefly yet to the
point, and Mr. Hatt in an eloquent
address brought this splendid session
to a close.    About 100 were present.
The building was filled in the even
ing when lhe pastor preached (rum
the words of Pilate "Behold the man."
The building was erected by E. C.
Fromey and ia a fine piece of work
costing over $4,.,00 The stained glass
window, centre piece, etc., were gilts.
The building can seat 200 people com-
lortably Substantial support has
been received Irom the Baptist home
mission. All running expenses and
pastor's salary h.ive been paid with a
balance over, without an appeal lor
money. The offering by the members
alone averages per member per year
$69. The church is well designed and
roomy, with every facility for school
work. Tbe pews were made by the
Valley City Seating Co., Dundas, Out
Tbe appointments and fittings ate
handsome and ol the best workmanship, and the inteiior has a neat and
attractive appearance. A large 35
light chandalier, erected by the Law
rence Hardware Co., gives a splendid
light throughout. The congregation
are very hopeful for the future.
FRUITGROWERS
Arrange for Welcoming Visitors
on February 5th.
A special meeting of the Revelstoke
branch of the B. C. Fruit Growers'
Association was held at Revelstoke in
the City Hall at 8 p.m., Wednesday,
Jan. 29th President H. F. Hayes in
the chair.
The secretary, H E. R. Smythe,
was unable to attend and L. M. Hagar,
secretary-Manager of the Fruit and
Produce Exchange of B. C, was requested and acted in that otlice.
The meeting was called (or the
purpose of considering the mott advisable means of entertaining the
delegates from the various fruit growing centres who had signified their
intention of attending the general
meeting of The Fruit and Produce
Exchange of B. C, to be held in
Revelstoke on Wednesday, February
5th. After some discussion and as
Mayor Lindmark had intimated that
tbe city would extend its hospitality
to the visitors, tbe following resolution was made.
"Tbat Messrs. Cunningham Morris
and Hagar be appointed a c unniitt- e
to wait on tbe City Council to ascertain il and how l be visitors would be
entertained by tbat body and tbat tbis
committee should advise H. F. Hayes,
president, as to what meainres would
be adopted by them."
The meeting then adjourned.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Fatal Hockey —Take over Jails
—Reduce Price of Lumber-
Crow Miners Strike—Natal
Bill-Thaw's Fate.
MOOSE Jaw, Siisk., Feb 1—Robert
liinuiii'll, a prominent young (armer
ol Buffalo Luke, was killed yesterday
afternoon in a hut-key match at Tux-
ford, between the Moose Jaw and
llanley teams,
Camiakv, Fob. 1.—An aol. is now
going through the Legislation under
which Ihe G vernmont will t.iko over
the control and jurisdiction ol the
jails and prisons through,iul ihe province. They are at present under the
direction of tho Royal Northwest
Mounted Police. Owing to Ihe rapid
extension, tbe Iro tier police dud they
must confine their duties tn patrol
work.
Vancouver,' Fob. 1, •>» Announcement is made that a cut of $5 had
been made in the prioe of ud lumber
in Vancouver. This ap| 1 en to local
trade. This action was taken io bring
the price in line with the rate being
charged lor export,
Fkhnie, Feb. 1—Miners al Cmtl
Creek mine, owned by I lie Crow's
Nest Puss Coal Conipa y, are on
strike to-day. Other nil una ol the
Crow's Nest Company may bu closed
by night.
VlCTOillA, Feb. 1.—The new Natal
Bill will go before the Committee ol
the Whole House perhaps early next
week, which will later bo followed by
its third, last and formal (finding       It
mil later be presented to Hi"  Honor
for his anient.
New York, Jan, 31.—Tula afternoon
ihe fate ol Harry K. Tliaw is iu the
hands ol the jury. The lawy rs . live
finished their summing up nd Justice Dowllng big in
tho law i.i their
convenid this iu   i u
INTERESTING CASE
Czar Nicholas of Russia Sues
in Winnipeg
Winnii'ku, Jan. 31.—Oneol tho most
extraordinary lawauits that was ever
heard in tho court ol King's Bench lor
Manitoba was instituted this week.
The plaintiff is Czar Nicholas ol
BtllllS, «h i is suing lor n largo sum
of money invested in Winnipeg real
Testate by his absconding treasurer of
the department of tho interior of
Turkestan, who ran away with 340,000
roubles some time ago and who has
since hnnu living quietly in this oity.
Slider l'lnskiiiebiilV is his name, and
with him is a lady ol high degree,
Countess Anna Zeiniin, whn aoooiii-
paniud him when ho 11'd from Tush
knnd. Since arriving in Winnipeg,
Proskmclinff has invested heavily iu
oity propeity in the name of the
woman. It ie in order to get this
property turned over to His Imperial
Majesty that the present suit is Instituted.
J. E. O'Connor is acting for the
Czar. Tho defence will put up a
vigorous fight and tbo case will likely
excite great int. rest on account ol the
high interests involved.
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yoea
To Protect Iran
Calgaky, Jan. 31—In   .
tore   yesterday   alterno ti    Mr
minis   of   Lethbri'lg.i,    uilidi,
resolution in the Interests of emp
as follows :
"Resolved, that a memorial be presented to the Government setting
forth the desirability ol certain amend
ments to th" Railway Act of Canada,
providing that before prosecutions
are begun against trainmen or other
employees of railroad companies (or
negligence, causing accidents in the
operation of trains of train, or otherwise, that provision be made for tlie
proper investigation before a competent committee or other competent
body with a view to arriving at the
cause of th a accident."
Slocan Lead Mines Still Ship
Nelson, Jan. 31.—Despite the some
what discouraging price of the lead
market shipping is going nn freely
Irom all over the Slocan district.
Within the last couple of days shipments have been made Irom the
Lightning Peak, a property situated
in the gold range, twenty miles west
of Arrow Lake, from Silver Glance,
situated in the heart oi the Slocan;
Irom the Arlington at Erie and from
the Emerald in Ymir. All four are
silver lead properties, the ore of the
Silwer Glance, however being almost
dry.
C.P.R. Improvements at Fernie
Fernik, Jan. 31.—The C.P.R. is going to spend about $50,000 here next
spring in new trackage, new freight
sheds end other necessary improvements. This will give them very much
increased facilities (or handling the
enormous amount ol freight that they
now do. The trackage will be numb
increased also. The intention ol the
C.P It. is to keep up and in (aot h little
ahead of the times, and in going to
expend this large sum 'here shows
what tbey think of the future of
Fernie.
Big Mine Purchase
Grand Forks, B. C, Jan. 31.—Dispatches to day from Boston bring ttie
startling announcement that the
Granny Consolidated Company is at
present negotiating (or the immediate
purchase of all the holdings ol tbe
British Columbia Copper Compiny as
well as the Dominion Cupper Company. Engineers of the Granny company are at present examining the
properties to be purchased. Granby
officials here will not talk on the
subject, which has created great
io wrest,
INCREASE OF PENSIONS
C. P.  R.  Issues  an  Official
Circular.
Winnipeg, Jan, 31—Residents ol
the west who are in receipt of pensions
from the C. P. R. will be pleased to
learn that as the result of a recent
confluence in Montreal, the amounts
paid to them will show an increase
when the next monthly checks come
to hand, The board has so amended
the pension regulations to provide
that Iron. Jan. 1, 1008, and until
outlier notice the minimum amount
ol pension tu be paid shall be $20 a
month.
Imperial Parliament
Uindon, Jan. 31.—Tlio most rate
event of a London winter, a dear and
sunny day, favored the Royal prooes-
siun to Westminster on Wednesday,
where King Edward opened parliament with the same ceremonies that
have been observed for centuries.
King Edward nnd Queen Alexandra
rode Irom lliickuigh in palaoe to the
Homes of Parliament in the gilded
coach of state (Ira., n by eight white
horses. Thoy were attended hy the
officials of their households in other
state carriages andou hoisehaok,
DANGEROUS TOYS
Children Badly Burnt by China*
man's Fire Crackers
While playing with a large bunch
nf Chinese firecrackers g'ven to her
hy a Chinaman on Tue day afternoon,
at her home in Vancouver, little
Viola Wright, aged three years, set
fire to them and in a moment the
entire pack exploded in (he (ace o(
the child and set fire to her dress.
Her piercing cries brought her seven-
year-old sister on the scene, who
quickly picked up the tot and en
delivered to smother the tinnier in her
own clothes, but not before the baby
was badly burnt about the (ace. Tbe
heroic little seven-year-old was also
severely burnt about the arms and
hands, but her condition ia not considered as serious as that ol her sister.
They were both removed to the General Hospital and are doing as well as
can be expeoted.
COUNTRY PROSPEROUS.
Prominent Railroad Man Sees
No Reason for Pessimism
in the West.
C. E. E. Usher, assistant pss'cnger
traffic manager 61 the C. P. B. western
lines, speaking ol conditions in the
w.st states tbat last year's crops pro-
lined just as muoh money I ir the
west as did the emp ol the previous
year, and while business conditions
have been quiet during the winter
great improvement ie looked (or a(ter
March 1. Mr. Usher states that the
oountry is in a good financial condi
tion. The amount ol traffio has been
g-eator than ever, and the f..ct that
the holiday trad- wa- very larg-, indi
ealeslhat I be p.ople had plenty ol
money to spend.
Burned to Death.
In a lire which destroyed his house
near Dot station on the C.P R. Nicola
Itreneh, D. P. Marpole, son of C.P.R.
Execute Agent R. Marpohv was
burned to death and a hired man bad
a narrow escape.
Keeping
vi; m* Well Supplied
Vj^WA sTrSJi* ^k\ Is a wise practice in every
i*<*~:'^^*{W /vv'71 wel1 regulated household,
■I7V--W-^--Suviiw /.ivv^'iyj and in   nothing   does   this
fvjf rule upidy more than in
y Groctrt*. which are daily
' needed in every home.
Think over what you want
In the way of ColTee, Tea, Cocoa, Sugar, Flour, Jams,
Jellies, Fruits, Nuts, Cheese, Hutter, Spices, etc. We have
the finest qualities procurable.
WEHAVE WACSTAFFE'SEnglish JAMS
Guaranteed Pure, in the following :      .Strawberry,
Kaspbcrry, Cherry, Peach, Crab Apple.
TARTAN BRAND CANNED FRUITS
All   New Goods  just  arrived and   we  guarantee
Quality.    Try them.
Bourne   Bros.
GROCERIES       HARDWARE       STOVES       PLUMBING
CHEAP  FUEL,
HARD COAL BRIQUETTES at   $0.00 per ton Is the cheapest
Coal on Ihe market.
They start fire as easily as dry wood and last us long ns hard coal,
Can lie used in furnaces. Cook Stoves, Heaters,  Self Feeders and
open grates.,
We have a large stock on hand ready for immediate delivery  and
will fill your order promptly.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
W OLSONS   BANK    aUILOINO.
s&sszss^a&ss&us&zssPssirTit^fpff&tvKyn ■
DEALERS   IN
Cent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op. Union Hotel
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Off ice - Toronto, Ontario.
Branchaa In tha Prolines, of Manitoba. Alb.ru, Ba.katchawu,
British Colombia, Ontario, Qathee.
Oapital  Authorised ... •lO.OOO.OOO.OV
Oapital Paid Up ....    •4,«6o,ooo.oo
Reaerv* Fund .... rt4,O0e,oeo.oo
D. R. Wilkib, President; Hon. R. Jaffnay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed mi deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly.  ■"
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—H. T. Jeffrey, Manager
BIGGEST LOGS.
British Columbia Mills Retain
Record Size.
The biggest log on record has been
shipped south from the Pacific Coast
Mills ol Vancouver, it having been cut
• igbt miles from New Westminster
near the Fraser river.
Following are the official measurements ot the different logs: Pacific
Coast Mills, 34*64 inches, 91 feet long
Portland, 36 inches equ ire at each end
HO feet 1 ng. Bellingham, 40 inches
svnarc, 90 leet long. Tbe Hastings
aw mills, Vancouver, also come forward with a story of a log 3$ inches
squats and 72 feet long, whi e Blaine
>lso advances a claim lor tbe honor,
but neglects to produce figures.
When ordering your neit pound of
tea try 5 o'clock, oneol the beet Cey
,100 Teal put up at C. B, Hun e A Co's
OBITUARY
Revelstoke Old Timer Passes
Away.
We regret to am ouice the sad intelligence ol the deat U of John Hutch
ison, brother to J. C. Hutchison ol
tbis city, whijb occurred on Friday
Jan. 24, at Qrand F irks The deceased
succumbed to an internal disease after
three weeks illness, being aged 47.
Tbe late Mr. Hutchison was one ol
tbe pioneers in B. C. and was well
known in Revelstoke having a store in
tbe old town opposite tbe Provincial
police office and was very popular
among all who knew him. He was
one of tbe first of tbe pioneers before
construction days to make the trail
Irom Nicola in 1886 across the Rockie.
to Fort McLeod, Alberta. The Iu-"r-
al took place, on Monday at O ad
Forks. Tbe deceased was in the contracting bu.iness and unmarried. THE WAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, l>. C.
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London,   England.
LARGEST   SALE   OF   HIGH   GRADE   TEAS   AND   COFFEES   IN   THE   WORLD
ANNUAL   SALES   $14 000.000.00
Local Agents.      woolsey, Le Feaux & Co., Ltd., and Hobson & Bell.
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I'I Hl.lBllKli   WIlIiSEHIIAY  AMI HATUIl
HAY AT
'BIMUTllal, B.C.,1
MURPHV & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and  Patent Ollice Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy.        Haiioi.h Kisiiih
p 11.LAN 4.  I'd.I.IU IT.
li.ir.-i.i-.   Sol i ten, tttc
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ARVUY, McCARTKR
AMi PINKHAM,
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Ovricas :   la 'im.i.   Iuns   BUMS*   Ukvki.
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Sao. R. Mii'.insn,
4. M   I'.-.muu.
Kavrlntoko, II. •'.
J. M  Woll I.I..H
DOOTT   AMi
Cranbrook, B, 0,
J. A. II tliviCY.
Crsnlii'inik  11. I'.
any Our edncaliiin in this oily 0(10
OOtnpsrO well with any ul.lier, anil im
yottrS go on the ni'i'da of tlio people ill
this direction inereiiHe until now Ilin
iiiceiiao uf pieniisea is neceKSiiry.
When this is lining carried out, WI
WOUld UrgS ciincenti'iition ol sebools
(or the lienollt of the soholastio system
und ills.i fur tin'   eoiivenieni'ii   uf   tlie
oli I Id ron ftttentllog    Concentration ol
lOllOOll bus been proved to bi'di'siiiilile
ill every way uud is u ninlter lo be
taken Into consideration oro any new
buildings an' erei'leil.
WONDERS OF NATURE
Revelstoke lhe Centre of Grand
Sconic Country.
Pingston Creek.
Kl'iim Uui' Own I'liiii" nniiili'iil,.
Mr.   and    Mrs.   Iv Weir und family
lull hem on   Monday's  bout, for an ex-
teiidi'd visit In lhe east.
0,  Woodford,   P.  Gibbons  nnd V.
Wlialen urn- away on  a ll Ut) ting I KpO-
ilition.
ponding a tow days ut
Wo   Hu t   lli.it I he ".Id
nut,    he    in   rviiliin'e I hil
ls
VV, 1. Hl'lKK".
HltlfiliS
Hahrihtkhh, Solicitors, Bto,
Musky to Loan
HOUOITOM rim M.OMONI Hank
Revelstoke, B.C.
First Street,
.1
AS.  A. M.KAK1.ANK
a»payf.k A i HKMI8T
Auiy •( til Oreti BMnplM by iiif,n nr wproii
rtctlTl prompt attention
1<-rms Moderate,
Appsesi       -       •      •      Bui 483 KaULOi U. C
It
OBERT. SMITH
Provincial C*nd Surveyor,
Mine Sinveying
Engineering
McKkszik Avknck.
BOX 108,  Hkvki.h'1'iikk.
M
1SS M. K. CREIQHTON
ri:.M uku ok PIANO, vtH'Al.
HARMONY 0O0NTKKPO1NT, itc.
Pupils prepared lor Oonservatory
and university Examinations.
STCDIO At  Mn.  J.  0,   EWtohlaon'a  Core
Bsll.l.l   A.ssu.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mintiiif, R*?*il EltfttS)   Business*   Kinan*
cial and Share Brokers.
Merranl.ie Agents.
Fire, Life, AccJden
ity, Gu-aranter nnd L
.Kgenl*.
M*p»,  Plttna, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled on Mines, Land and Timber.
Employers' LlftbU-
* Stock Insurance
REVELSTOKE,
B. C.
Men should
look for this
Tag on
Chewing
Tobacco. It
gaarantecjOSefiighqaulityof
Black Watch
m Mf lUck nif.
3272
R Sinilh
Aiiuwhi'iid.
nnin" will
time.
We an' glad
K. Dillon, N. N
olio, who   pni'l
Sunday Ihi i.
Whilst Andy
rniniil   o.'   lua
i wi dooms mil' h lends,
limn, ii ill   lliniiy Villi*
ii living visit in i<> nn
0 wo w
Mountain    '■   .v Oarno   No
Mi-ill. BiioiHirl anil  K. unit  VV
I'm li nu>ii11>, in   -.'h.ii),   It.ill.    Vta.ll.lll
llll.II I'lililllllll   llll mil In .llh nil
rt. ii   \itM8TH0Ntl, 1'iln,  'mn.
,1   MulNTYIlK, 'Inl-
Ifl'iVIH.SI'dKK   AIMi'lK
I-. O. E.
I'll,- riwilnr niestlnii  nrn liold ll
Hall nviirj Tu., da) live, mill ill In
ins- hi'..Ilii.>n .ii..   ..i 1.1,ill i.un,.,I
,1     l.l'.si.ll''    I'm  .on NT,
W   K  ,\li'l.\l I  III.IN,Si, in.I nil
Kootsnav Lo la. No. IS a p. a \ M,
it* <?v5       n
-rfe**       >
•    _*". jA       #i
ream en re,
Lbiuolm.
hill
lui nihil
Che fltafl-lberafo
Th.re :• so much b» \ in .1.. b.-t nf c*.
And so rsuch ,r>-A it, th. wir-t nf us,
That il . -.r : ;. !..'....- an* uf us.
To talk .b>-«l '.: . r.n of us.
SATURDAY, FBHKl'ARY 1. 1908
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM,
The r.ece-«itv of technical educati ,n
is being keenly felt both in the United
Stales and in Canada. English and
German manufacturer! have found
that trie systematic training uf young
people, not only in intellectual but in
mechanical pursuits, has been of in-
calctilatle advantage to tlmse nation!.
The product* of tbs factories of these
countries have by this means attained
a great degree of excellence. In some
of tbe cities of the t'nited Htates,
technical educati.-n has made considerable priigres*. but it is tell that there
it a necessity that the young people,
generally ihould Dot feel or realize
that their educati.in was complete
unless they had acquired some means
of earning their livelihood. In Canada,
we have an excellent ground work for
technical education in our manual
training schools. If we are to makf
tbe rapid progress that patriotic
Canadians expect, one of the tasks
that await the educational authorities
of the future, will be the establishment
ol technical schools. Kevelstoke, sit
u»ted in a central jioint in the pro
vine-, a junction for all points and
gateway for the Interior, besides la-ing
chief city on the great railroad highway In the upper country, can rightfully claim the establishment of one o'
the technical schools for the provinci,
ber   claim being considered as lair an
l-'ew cities, cm comi'iirc with lii-vi-l-
ItokS in the provinces of Caniulii, in
Ihe nature nl lltUStloU, bulb 10611 to
Snd commercial. In mil last issue wo
enlarged upon the advantages ol our
city   as   n   eoni'iierci'il     OOntrS   nnd
entrepot fur tin-   Intorlor  mid  dealt
fully   with   the vivid possibilities ol a
future of prosperity along those lines.
There is another side to lake Into consideration   'and   lint.    Is   tin'   SOOIlio
grandeur ol the surroundings ol our
city and her Biiporb Betting, liken
"gem amidst  silver,"     While  t po-
graphical and physical features, ecu-
trnlity and oonvonienoo are liikon Into
consideration by oommorolal nun,
capitalists and Investors, bo are the
beauties of naturo, the magnificence
of scenery, oolor mul environment
wholly nppiiiliiig to the moro artistic,
emotional and spcotrioulur senses, to
Im considered by thoBe who make
travel a pleasure, and delight in the
work of nut nil'. Rovelfltoke can lily
claim to as beautiful a ii tun tion as
any in the mountains and sonic of the
most wonderful works ol nature are to
be seen within a days journey of  your
hotel door, as the most artistic mind
can call lor. lu all points of Ihe compass, the hills, the valleys, tho mountain torrents, the gloomy forests, tho
waterfalls, the shady ravines and
above all the lowering peaks   wrapped
iu a glistening  mantle ol  perpetual
snow, their glaciers and gleaming
snow Melds reflecting back the rays of
the sun in a thousand scintillating
shafts of light—mil tiro ill all her
sublimity is there to tempi all who
are lovers of the beautiful, Apnri
from the grandeur of thesurrou. dings
the facilities for reaching the best
points are numerous and such aa afford
even the most delicate a meana ol
visiting these natural wonders. There
is, too, scope lor the iimst daring
mountain climber and unlimited
material for the artist and the photographer. Taking these facts into consideration the citi/ens aud our Iocs
bodies should take steps to illustrate
to the travelling public and lhe world
in general that here in Kevelstoke the
Bcenic mountain grandeur is second to
none.
The Kevelstoke hook was  a  success
and did excellent work, being a credo
to the city and the compilers,   but we
have progressed Bince that, new Bcenes
and sights have been   opened   op  and
the need of a new publication  ia noa
felt; which should be on a bigger and
more elal orate   scale,   embracing   all
forme of sport   and   pastime,   besides
choice selections   and   illustratii ns ol
our scenery.    The citizens owe thi- to
their city and steps  Bhould   be   tak-pn
at once, now that the former  publication i* out ol print, to produce a me
thing which is adequate and   compre
bensive, and at the same time a means
of   advertising   Revelstoke   and   her THE  MONEY
natural    beauties   to  Canada and r
world in general.
Martin was going I hi.
ii'.ips before diij hrt'iik
reeenllv, he   was   iiliaeknl   hy   sonic
ileii'i' wild animal, hut Inoklly oioupt-d
sen ns Injury, Possthl) the boas! was
oflonded at the pmml«ououa si 'tinu
around "I nail kegs Instead ul tho tiki
fashioned Kind of leg grabber.
hen Elailon is h tndllng lhe - ' ■ ■ ■■
again und worthy itsplmnts to lie
many  art  of  boxing  are  soqul Ing
quick moves us a le-iill of telling lull
by our esteemed pugilist.
Mr. and Mrs, I Sillllilil lire renew •
Ing acqiiiiiiit'i'icrs tip noil h
Sacrificing Souls
Washington, .Tan, 80 —.In 111
House today Representative McUavin,
of Illinois, at 10 iked ilie oustoin "f
American holresscs marrying ISlin penn
nolil. nn ii. declaring i bat ho bail no
particular person lu view Ho u-sorted
that " wi.ineii are a 101 dicing t In u-
soul- uud their honor on tho altar of
siuii'licry and vice." lie BBBorted that
almost every day there Is a bargain
day in New York, "whoro you can
buy anything from a yard ol ribbou to
a pound of flesh."
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II, A, I'ltlll UN'IKIl, sii'iii roil.
BUS and JEWELRY
nt.
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l.i'ii.l
tl. I.I.MI1HI.:, N.i.. ,1   \t ll'llll.-, Mi,
r.oiii Range uudtfo, k. ol   p,
No.  20,  RSVOlBtOkO,   b. C.
K\     :i    rt l liXKSIlAY,
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in  iI'l.ll.No.vs'
"i     -    o'clock,     Vlslllllu
 Hull)   iiv i.
llitiuK, It, .
II. i.
i ii ,v a
IIRUWN,
,M. ef !•'
■ To the Revelstoke Public
W A N T E I)
TJ*ilR8T CLASS
Wi! solioil your pntromtgo
tO      Ui'M'l-i.ike's     Kins I'
Willi' K    I, A I' N DRV.
(ioinl    wm I;    anil   su i  in,..
lion gunrantootl.
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
.1. I'.   llt'l'l'IIIStlX.  l'i,.p.
'NI'I'.IJIKM'KIl Wnlll-ess  u
\pply CI.I.M.W UOTKL,
IKKSSM AKIN'ti,
lies   over   I..   II.     Itioek's
Fourth   Sli.i-1,   by Miss ('.
WANTED Ti>   LET   Fii
house past    Of   City, nnil   til's pel
iinliu ni-lii'il  or -SI- pel
■d   Uolniiihin Agi-nrlee
im oi- d
pet
nl
I. .1
w
rANTED
ii in
le
Men
ll      Wolll
trade, ivaiti -
i-d   while  It'urnitiT,,    cutulogiii'
\\ rite Moler liniher College,
inllSi., Vain wuver, II, C,
n   11
■     Inn
-Kit   ir.
SHANGHAI HESTAUBANT
si i Mow d JIM SAM, I'inn's.
Open Day and
Might
Special attention  given to
Suppir  Piriiea \ banquets
Meals,  .'ii.. Me.nl Tickets, $5.50
i.K'l'    ihi:   IIAIIIT
OPPOSITE   Y.   M.   i'.   A.
\Y
* ANl'KH
day,    15
maker from th.
Box nil.
Hi.-.
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11..
IliAim;    bj
mpetenl    Dress-
Apply In P, O,
- .1   1. .  7
din   Jewelry eopreHnnls thu   niiisl
iiiiisi ie iNpies ion of ilm aoldsnilth'i
eliil'l, 1 lull iilliele 1111 enl IvolV new
'l ".11 ii hi. I'fllllloilUllle lo lhe iiigliiHl
ilee.ii'.., 1 hnl will ii|i|ie.il lo your
llilfii'si the momeill you view ll. Our
diiiiiiiuiils eniiii' il i 1 <il Iii mi the out"
tils ninl me sold In \ nu ul pli,iihliig
pile-en Inl'  gems  nf  BUoh  qillllll.V  und
niMlllly. I'le.isi ll III IlllVn y.ill see thrill
lit  11)1 \   lime.
Hastings, Doyle & Alluni
.' "Illluieil    ill   1    IT   new   lie
(signs In enrpetH. I lur stork is
eeiiil lele, mill   I he  colors lii'h
lllld I'lVeel i> ,-,  I heile   1. lis ill I |.
tie,   uui tllO   " tOlIt    I'llselllble "
is si 1 iking null I...mil 1I11I. We
hitvi- llevei' shown SUilll u wide
Vlll'lelv nf |illlelli-, nnil rt e
llllVII    IHU el    phu'e'l    sinli   Imv
piires upon so mil ll lllgll
qunliiy befni-e,
R.  HOWSON  iSr CO.'Y.
1   )
THE REVi£LSYCKH WIMt* & SPIRIT CO.
11 mi ntD.
Import direct from Country of origin,
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
3T_.eTOK-Hl   B. o.
-.    -.v.-". - T.-*ia-\-riV".*^;»s»ww-urs- "f~s*^m&y*.ms.mxn.'
|i I     \ 1 ' I,'     \'l 11 I I.i     I M.l I I I." IJ C    Willi I
PLACE YOUR
McMAHON,
QRDERS Wl I'll
-  FIRST STREET
E.W.B. PAGET
W
r
ANTED KNOWN    Y  11 1 in .-
■ in-, of ' le' 1 .■-'  snnps lo 1
t> house pi   i'.' 1 \' ii '.in  11 .    Ti-
lu.i-..- 11 ,1 100 . Miii   ^i
ill foi sj. ■..   f  whiih onlj   $11 .h
■ '.,,... I  . 1 .1 1 .   .
apply ill I
\ I
WANTED—
or K . in- (01   ..   .•'..;..':     1   small
[amity   1 t   adul -
Apply   ffi t Mm   H     -
Express
Draying
Storage
All Kinds of Light   and   H iavy
Hauling Undertaken
Por Agricultural ImploinonU.   I'm rlum-..  Wi,     I'.i,- .   Jnlin
Ilm.n. t'lnim-iis. M.ilini! Wiiiriuis, Ciiiniilii Carriage {Company's
Dugglss,  l'i.-nut Jr ,  (liiriliin  Hiiiiiinrs  ninl  Ciiltiviit.irs,  Wlimil-
wrlght im.i  nini'li-iiiiili Work Sltandod tu,   Horse si inn n
Bpoolnltif
, *a*»v-*s**,*a*», %*sV%*sVeir*4 -«s%%*»,*»>**i •-%. %-% %*sV% *a *♦• **-■**> **•■%*» *
1.-*►«*.-%*a-*w-» *i*»'*s>--».%%-a'a.*v*a%*a%-a*v*iv%**-a-v*a-k*a
!   P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. '
I HEAD oii'KU'K I   I'Ai.iivuv,   Ai.iiiiita.
Who'csnlc and Retail Meat Merchants
1*
. rl, 1'ii.lii'is meI ll.-nli-r     In   Uta Stock.    Mirlii'ls  111  ill IIiii |,rliirl|)il    Cllli-s n„ I
iiwllH      Allii-ita. I'.rilisli    ..iiiiilliii iili.t tin-Vuk.111.    Packorsof tils I'dt-lilil.-.l  llr.iii
.,1" Ham. .1 Bacon, mi.I "Sliararook" llrnnil Leaf 1 aril
*av%**.*a%'%*ss%*sv*sv%.%'*^*sv%-v*a*s^*A%'V-*.'% %*V%-V*si*s\*sV
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'A    d    1    il and  Peed.
House Phone 7
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•-ANTED   :■■ •■■    '-   ■      ',
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11. It.■• elsloke. f-l. I I v
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SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
FINE PROSPECT
Rich Strike on Lightning Creek,
Quesnel.
Heavek Pass, B.C., .Ian. 31.—The
ulil Lightning Oeek chant.il has
Sgain been struck and the richest kind
of pay is promised,
The laat tint! is directly opposite
the town ol Stanley, or Van Winkle.
Seventy-five cents to the pan, equal
to seventy-live dollars to the yaid, is
the least the gravel  his   sliovvri    since
Monday, January 20, when color « is
Brat discovered,
Five hundred   feet  ol   tunnel   It -
Ihb<-ii drifted und several    blind    shafts
■ link in their Search fur i lu   lo I '•'  .
net,    ilt'll    BO    ere 1!    I     tie  Sil h Ml        e
p upo ty : ha  an dfTe    f 1 wenty 11    1
and dollars some time 1.   waa refu ■ d
Indications for a busy and   pro'pi 1
one season in old Cariboo   ".ere   nev r
belt 1 r.
Nethlng better than our "Speolal.
That's   Royal  Crown kind —
■. tde in  Vine liver—Largest
A':n 111-
1   :-'•      "'    "
v.uhinj
Ind tl,. •
Canadian Facific
Aiianiic jteamsnip
Line
SlILINdS L„Fr
St. John
I   .
I'll   "
K.i. M.li
I.i
- Irel'd. Jan
••   Britain    Feh
i     rtolui
rid
verpool
'i
Premium System
I!
or   1
Soap,
oklel :■    1 what »
al Ci        Wrapper
-Fr — Ms.,   try   the
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C
REDUCED RATES
■ - I.k   Boa's
Tu LiVKi
TIIIHIl ' : ■>--
To Llvi
.
il
11 ...
il
T. W. Bradshaw,
E. J. Coyle,
t.n i'
Vam
Central Hotel
zsa—_REVELSTOKE, B. C.
AnlAHAMSON    BROS.    PROPRISTORS,
-lev.-hi I   .       l''ir.-t-riiiH> in every nv| in.     All modern OonvenJen'-e
Large Sample UoomH, . .
Rates $1.50 per Day, Spec! I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  man'ijrjremern
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest tht!
market affords, Best Wines, Liquors and
Gigar-s.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J".    ALBERT     STOHSTE      IPIROIP.
COMAPLIX
Besl brainls ol Wines, Liquorsani
Fish Creek will find excellent
Hotel
CHIEF    YOUNG,
Cigars.    Travellers to
accommodation at this
Proprietor
SHE'S AN ODD GIRL
'■  feel.
1
own lot
1 I  find to bi'
""■■■ '~~- "■»■"-■ —*«."■«--»«,
FEED FOR SALE
1    have    t ie ii
upland pr lirie hay
i   1 imoth). also
11.it ,     a 1,1 .a    and
fe< d to ulli-r in 1 .ir
1 lelivered price -
given  nu   request.
ADDRct
D. C.  HOFFMAN
CALGARY,  Altn.
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Slock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
lor (he  I arm,   Garden
or Conservalory
Iti-lini.l. Varieties al reasonable prlees
Nn It. ..'i- No Sciile. Nr? fumigation
io a tillage si.,ek. Nn wiml\ airenls to
iiiii' } j ui. Buy ilii'eei und gel trees
.■uui needs Ilinl uroW.
I'. 1 tililU'l     Ul ■ 'Supplies. Spiny I'11 nips
HproyliiH M iieiinj, Out Flowers, eto.
Oldest 1'si.iiiii.ln-al innseiy 011 the
1 li md of It. f'.   Oatolnglie free.
Lawn
nun*"
r,  nocTon
11 '   ...I   00
Mannings (noily Palme,
niiN'T
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
|iat flitas
tlkoi
olnl
,1 iv,- .....' for p.. ' -i;.
-.1. J. ;!-.tn.'S
' ill'' nlli uses 'Still
VANCOUVER, '    •
NURSERIES
i'ul lifjiiH a
-      .     B, C.
M   Hit   -,  PUB
I ill Bait 2Bth 31.    nt.
CO.
NEW YORK.
H, VV. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
n-t 11. 1.Is. Animal.. liinU, I'i.li,
Mill  M  I II
Atiint"!   I: 1. ■  ".|..initi-'l.
11  Mm 81.
Hlmllo:   Ciirtmr of First su  iiij-I IJiiile Ave.
u . ;-'.ii,., 11. ij
,i;t.„
D. GALLICANO
Bakor,
Confoctlonor
Uioccr
Iii sliitii' hi' and I'Uiniil'i'I Kooiiia
Meals I'loin '.'fii', I'p,
Socond Strcot, - Fust End
S«f*»e«IBl »-"-■»■ */r»**-»IS.«ll SUSB-Sf-aVV
" UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
IIEW.t'ANAOtMtNTi   ""
IM. ill- at   all Hours
Kvurythini! I'p lo Haiti
Stewart MoOonald. - Mar
******
I     ssTStsaj SsHbV
SHARES LOR SALE
I iii|>i-i i.il   Developini'iil      $«VS0 llll
Bunk oi' British Uolumhla   no ihi
Nienl 1 ll.nil uud I'oki'    IIMI llll
Coluinliln I'mii mul Land   imi ihi
lli-witl  iMini-H         i'i llll
ItilMll Collielies  'i'i
chnili-s Dlekuns      hi1.
WAN'l'Kii TO PUROHASE
(iienl West l.imn.
Above subject to confirmation,
Pi'iispi-eiiiM-H mul  particulars eon-
OUI'ldllg nny. of   thi'Hn  OotlipiinlOB on
application,
AI'I'l.V   'I'll
COLUMBIA AGENCIES. Ltd.
MeKenzie Aveuin-, BnvelatoKe,
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paul
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class Clover and Timothy Hay for .sale. Alto B
kinds of Harden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
Front Street,     Rkvklstokb
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mnuntiiclurnil fur all olassos of bllUdtngfl
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY A^D FIRE BRICKS
for siiln in largo or stnall quantitios
at Iho lowest- prices for cosh.
All liin-lsuf htuIdiiiK and plasteritiR
iiuilurtitumi.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
In rlio Supremo Court of British <-ohuubin.
In  iii« matter of the Winding i'p Act, being
clmptur  i44   of  the  Kovised    Statute*}  of
• tiuitil.i
and
In the matter of The flwood Tin Workers Gold
MiniiiK Compiuiy of Lardeau, British Col-
umhiii. Limited, No&>persotja) Liability.
Notice is hereby gl*ee that upon tue petition
ot Charles Lewis *an order, waa made by the
Honourable Mr. Juslioo (Uoinont iuthealKivu
matter, dated the21tb Uo-eiiibor, 11HI7. whoreby
it waa ordered that iho above-named company
l*o wound up under the provisions nf tlie Wind-
inn Dp Act ami that John B. Jones., of Cam*
borne, S.Cm waa appoiutei ProTisional Liqui*
datur.
Kuriher take notice that in and by said order
Tuesday the Slit day of Januarys \w*. nt tho
hour nl lti;;m o'clock in the fureimoi) ntlhe
Court House, Vancouver, B.C., was fixed ai the
time and pla e for tho upptuiitmcnt of nu
orocial liquidator of the above named cumpany
of which all parttei coueeraed are requested to
take hoi ice.
Dated this 30th Docombor. 1W7.
MARTIN, CE-VIQ 4 HOUHNK.
(Irunville Street. Vaucouvor, B.O.,
jan 4 li BolldtOM for the Petitionor.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land l*i-irisjt.
Ulstrlctul West Koolenttv.
Take notice that I, ' ll. Ymin-r.nf comaplix,
boiol proprietor, intend toepplj-to theohiol
i .miinln-loiicr of Lauds nnd Works for tape,
cul tlinuor   licence   to  mi   and   carry   away
umber (rem the (ollowUiR described laudsi
1, OOimnonotng at h putt planted and nd-
jniiiiuK'hc noriu-easl corner of botli-Jj Hnd
marked "J H.Young's souUi-eost corner post,"
and situated about \ mile nnriii s*-s-i ui nic
! ceil of lhe Htm of A i row  I ake. I lichee uveal HO
i'Itsins, thenoe noriti ku obaips, ihuucc oust ho
rlliHIi-,    IhOnOe   hOUth   t*\   cbaiHN   to   point O
' nmiueiiccmetit, iiiiiiniiiiiii; (iio tores more or
less,
2, Oomtnenolng nt a post planted im-i nd*
j itulug the uortb*eaal corner uf Lot 1148and
marked "J.U.XOUUtt'f S00lh*eHt e.tirner,' and
situated about '4 mile north-Oast of the bead
<d i!i(j ririn Of Arrow * ak ■, thence north HO
iliains, thenoe east ho chains, thenoe amah ho
ohainsi thenco west so ohalns to point of com.*
mencement, containing 640 acres more or lesa
Dated December ^Jrd, iyo7.
HHt Jim 11 J, H. YOUNG.
"NOTICE.
ih-tri'i oi nescivoot-snajf.
Take  notice-** that  I, J Doufeal of 1
Captain, liltBUd to apply for permission
chn-'j 11m [o]l(twini( rJeaoribed l-tudsl
Revelstoke Land District.
DUtrfci of w aat ICooUnay,
lotice-* that L J Dou^alof Nakusp
' sioa to pur*
Oomme&oiUB at * post plantutl at the N. W,
corner of Lot N"- "illt. mini ng south 20chains,
i bonce "est 211 oltains* theuce north 20 chains,
theuce e*t»t20ebalns tn point of oomnteucemeosi
Dated Dec lyti,, lt«i..
JULIUS DOUGAL,
'jau 4 bat D   Duwur, Agent. THE MAII.-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B- C.
^■'-*JSWtt.'ar£-;.r!j
The P.
C'.WI*B.»-lrafflrj^^ !T IMLSWM1 l«WI**v
Re&iaurasi
a
>■•< i" .*»
$5.00
(il'r'.N   |.\V   AM'  Mlllll'
>oar(l By Week
SINGLE MEALS, 25 CENTS.
$5.00
A.H. SING,
Fropnetoi
ickeniM Jtvenuc.
/"■
FOR IHVES1MENTS CONSULT US
If vnu Imve IJ,', ni- $|-i,llllll In Invest we .-nil Hull ynu lilgh*olass
ii|i|iiiiliinlili>si wliieli will lirlllg vnu from live pttr eenl. In litl |it>i- OBDt.
per iiniiuni un \ i ii ii money.
Oity Lots, ii..uses, Business nioekN, Fruit l-'mnis, itm.il Lands,
lliiiei", stiin-s, Hu-iiiess Opportunities, Tlmbor, Minos, Oity mul
tiiiipiiiniiiiii Bomls for Mile.
Money to luftn on approved securities!
Aei'iillllis eiilleeleil ami ililjllsll'll.
If ynu nn- Inlei't-sli'il Ni'inl fur our i-li-eiiliit-,
COLUMBIA AGENCIES,  LIMITED
l(l-:\ Kl.s'l'OKK, ll, <:
THE MOLSONS BANK
Lneorporattd by Act tf Porltamsnt, ih.%5.
HEAD OFFICII!, - MONTRMAL.
WM. Moi.hun MaCPIIBHSON, Pies, H. 11.  ICwiNti,.Viee-I'res.
Jambs Elliot, General Mannger,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Slxty-tWO   lii'iiiiilii's   in   I'liiiiiln   ninl    A|;eneies   in   nil   parts of'the
world,
Interest credited four times a years! current  rules on Savings
Hoik il-'| usits, uiitil imtiier notice.
\V. 11.  I'll ATT, MniiiiL
Rkvblstokk, H. C
DISFIf.Ui.ED FOII LIFE
Powder Did Deadly  Work
Family   Injured.
,\   w VVl -I  .. .   i'  ., .1 . .   .H-i   -Ni  ,
: -i ui, ,• \\ i i.,' ■ 111 .n i.in.-i.i i. ii ..I .
quantity <>( uLi.tlng pnwiler « liloli
Wislllll   In  line   ill   rillll'll l'll>.l 11II^     WOln',
nnd im undertook in tlmw it nut in
the kltohto stove     Tlio  ususl thing
lnippeiiuil. Tlie tsplnslOD wrecked
the    In),   hi.use   mul    lire liuialied tlie
work n( demolition^ That wss a minor
point eonipiireil to lhe  oilier    results
Two nl liiu iiiineiiiei'ii, mji'il three
yen is, mul 17 iiunillis, renpeolively,
luul tlinir lueiw SO Imdly linriied and
broken that they will probably bs
disfigured lor life. They are imtii m
present in the hospital here lining
been brought down Irom Mount Lehman on Wnilnesiliiy night,   Tim baby
iu   iirnis   was   SlSO injured, hut she is
being en re.I for hy her mother at the
Inline ul ilm baby's aunt iii this oity,
Mr. Israel has tba sympathy ol many
neighbors hy whom ho Ih highly es.
leeiniid.
DEMERIT SYSTEM
C   P.   R.'s   New   Method   of
Discipline.
Winnii'Kii, Jan. '28.—A new system
ol discipline on the 0, l'- K. west >(
Kurt William  ia heing inaugurated
today, A circular from Asst.-Ueiieriil
Manager llnry'a ollice, ftatea. ''All
Starling with it clean sheet, a system
of demerit mark*., Instead ol suspensions will ho kupt on a weekly disciplinary   slicut   In   nieli    division,      Any
employee reaohing sixty demerit
marks will be dismissed, By a year's
good conduct twenty demerit marks
will lie dedueted Irom any standing
against lhe employee. For overy
repetition ol any offence, demerit
marks will be doubled and employees
will he notified ■ I SUOh murks. Serious
offenoes will ho treated tho same n«
before, punithable witb summary
dismissal, Any exceptional service
will also be ni.i.(1 on the sheet with a
toward i( any. It is to be notlocd thnt
sturiing with n eleaii sheet,  n   ehanee
is given hy gnml conduct to redeem
demerit marks, nnd exceptional ser-
\ices recognized perninnently in the
i lie record.
BriM-ilii Wood, Pulp nnd Piper (o.
LIMITED.
313   CORDOVA   STREET,   VANCOUVER,   B. C.
Owners of Townsite of Port Mellon, Howe Sound, 25 Miles from Vancouver
Corporation of the City ot
Revelstoke.
Financial Statement for the Year 1907.
Receipts
Liquor I.i.-.m  t i.min on
Weighing Fesa  lin w
Iiuiirnst nn Slaking I'ihiiIh ni'i si
Logo  nn   current    year's
llUBN  6,0011  1X1
UniiTiix  nn nn
Hi-linol (Irani   5.52.1 15
Triulo l,i.',.i„',v,  7K OQ
lulunihl nn T....1N  Sill II
illcn Court Fine.  l,tM .17
Refunds  Bll Ml
mul Fans   .W 211
Itnail Tin   1,130 no
'aniolnry
iti'ni Prop
'.till .Ml
Tn..,- mini nmi
2n rn
i,     n
"   itn	
41 42
"     "
"    iuns	
252 71
a     a
171 34
a     u
SO.1 ,111
,i     .1
"    inoti	
t.Slll M
"     "
"     ISO*	
17.7U7 87
 wii.nis on
Wsler  mul   Light   Hums, ;Iiistiill«-
tlnll.,  Millar  Hauls   ami Ta|i|iill|l
Main.    »o,M9 aa
DEPOSIT ACCOUNT- (Oontrac'i)
I mm.linn Hon. Won. Co..   1000 00
O.W, Aliriiliamsuii       S4n 10
Expenditure
Dalsnos, Jsnesri lit, M01  W,*iO i»
Nn 1 Firo Hull  »    100 00
Tolapl illniitiil  102 si
Kledliin RspSDIBI  *:'  -1'
Olllne Fii-nlliirn  85 00
AiiiIiiiiik  "» <«>
IlllllTllKn   b no
Mi'lllii llll.|..i.'lnui  S  .1-1
Commission, I'nilectins
Iti.iiil Tax  IU 40
Prsmtum, uisrki' Roadsu M on
RSpB*ment nn 'I'm Luan.. 11,743 117
[DqUSItl     .14 IKI
l-'ll III':. Ilisultllll'l,  1B7   .10
Voting on lly-law.  mi. IN)
Hnwiire, preliminary eip.. "Ml* BS
Tool. ».... 2-1 HO
Payment, to Flromon  474 HO
Printing and Stationery,, '•' *>
Postage ami Telegrams... 2-11 41,
I'rlsuiiors' koop •■ 262 08
BtrsStB mul MI.Iuwi.1Iih nuw
work  10,482 B.1
Hiroi-l-. .1■ hi.ti.wi.lk rniuilrs 714 20
CIvloHnlurlo.  S.imn 1)0
Pollm Salaries  S,SVJ •'«>
2. S40) 10
$72,2\2 52
lliiliiiu-a        25,(129 42
$97,881 94
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR CF THE BEST
DIVIDEND-PAYING PROPOSITION IN WESTERN CANADA
Within one y
it will In- tin. Lite
stock is in the i-n.
of H.iinev River,
.•nr tl c Siock iif this Oi rpoiation will be selling »i a handsome premium,    Then
in buy,   Tho experience of every Industry has been  thnt tlie time to buy its
lit-yo stage licfori- a wheel   Ills been turned.      We have been ginned water fights
uui hope in h ive tin- tii-s,t unitof uur plant in operation for the manufacture of
paper within four motllll«.
tuns nf newspaper and -Til
We uow offer tl
$1,00 pei share. Thi
this modern  mill will have a weekly capacity of 180
When i-onip'ell
mis of wrapping.
I balance of nur lirst allolinent of Preferred Stock In blocks of 100 shares at
stock is entitled to mi annual dividend of 7 per cent., commencinu November
1st, Haw. The 7 percenl. is due and payable befoi-e'any dividend ispiiil upuo the Cotnumn Stock.
Afiei 7 pi r ci ui. h is iieen paid upon the Preferred mul (.'minium, thereafter Imih slinks participate equally. There is no good reason why lhe Preferred Stuck should not pay from 80 to 50 per
bent, dividends.
SPECIAL NOTICE
Hereafter all eubscrlptions for first allotment shares will be accepted only upon a pro rata distribution basis. Notioe will be given In the Immediate future of the exaot date of the dosing of subscriptions for the first allotment of Preferred Slock.
One of the most necessary industries of Western Oanada is that of the manufacture of wood,
Pulp and Paper,—every year hundreds of carloads of piper are annually secured from the Eastern
provinces at from $10 to $18 freight rale per loii. Why should we not manufacture this great
anion nt. of goods at home Instead of importing It, thus giving work to our own people and building
up one own Province? The future of Western Omi idn depend- upon the development of its manufacturing Industries,   The directors who are bending their energies In the establish nt of this
great and useful industry are Well known business men of Vancouver who have subscribed liberally to the stuck iu order to iiinke this a distinctly British Columbia enterprise.
REMEMBER-There is no watered stock, no inflated values or huge promoters' profits in the
enterprise. Unlike must corporations, instead of allowing from 15 to 25 per cent, for advertising
and sale of stock, the entire commission, brokerage nndjifflce expenses and sale of stock is limited
to IU per cent
The public are cordially invited to visit our demonstrating plant, 313 Cordova Street, and
w il in-—liiu- maiiiifncliiie of pulp and paper from refuse material, such us slabs, discarded shingle
bolts, etc., that is now being burnt at the local mills.
DIRECTORS:
CAPTAIN H. A. MHt.LON, J. P., American Lloyds Agent, etc.
W. H. R. COLLISTEB, Manager Albion Iron
Works, Vancouver.
FRANCIS J. P. GIBSON, British Columbia
Trust Corporation.
J. C. VV. STANLEY, formerly Gen. Manager
West London Paper Mills, London, Eng.
COL. T. II. TRACY, M. C, Soc, C. E„ P.L.S.,
D.L.S., Con , Eng., former City Engineer
of Vancouver,
FRED. SMITH, member Smith, Wright A
Davidson. Wholesale Paper Co., Vancouver, B. C.
H. M. BURRITT, Western ManagerCorticelli
Silk Co., Vancouver, B. C.
EUSTACE H. JENNS, Barristers, etc,, Vancouver, B. C.
GEO. E. CATES, Cates Shipbuilding Co.,
Vancouver, B. C.
GREELY KOLTS, formerly General Manager
Pacific Coast Soda Co.
DETAILS OP SCHOOL KXl'KNDI  t'UE
Public Snuont..
Toiiehors       	
S7.9IS 00
Jiinitiir	
851 10
Soi-ri-lury   	
no no
IBS ns
41B It)
Flint	
1.01.   7'.l
Stationery andSuppllsa
738 r.7
2^ BU
lie.un.1    	
121 18
I InnriuK New Block ...
I2S no
2.1  1
New Work "ii Atlie	
1,040 72
	
$1.1,11.1 SU
Hion School,
Teaohsra	
2,8:r, on
J II ilnr
on on
SB 2.1
701)0
Lilirnry	
Incidental 	
12 74
Rspslri	
22 45
Supplloi	
7 10
3,030 54
tlf.,4311 SS
. MVRak,
Chairman.
If. Fl.OTD,
Secretary.
Kirn alarm rspslri..,
122 75
S2II no
Hick am! DutltUtS...
.132 l'5
Iiilnmsl nn Tax Luan.
1,112.1 15
I'llliCO, Klltllirill ll.llllllr.ll .
1,555  15
iehooli	
111,4311 IIB
Sunw Sorrice	
WIS .111
Fuel	
4411 ii.'.
1,1-Klll KXIISIIMON	
1,051 no
Kirn UiiKH.lit Iviuilimi'iil...
Bill «5
Hnullli  Department .
553 75
Itnliiiirs In lllllldluffn.
1)82 113
Repairs to Tools, aio.
23 25
Hnliinils. Road Tux ..
114 OU
Isolation ilm niiui ...
1,1111 43
I'nUlllI 	
823 83
Sow Jail (trnciiiK i.luiis) .
II IK)
Jnlorusl, Diitienlurns,
'A"
750 01)
-i
100 00
112 50
..                 ..
■li"
150 00
..
»""'
331) IX)
ii
uqi,
4l'0 00
..
,,,.-
3.137 50
.,                 .,
•i"
1,000 nn
Sinking Fund, Debar..
"A"
B70 17
::   ::   ::
"11"
iifii,
"K"
(18 32
139 19
103 31
,,   ..   ..
•F"
22S.43
.,   ..   ..
'Q"
201 ,10
,.   .,   ..
•II"
21121  98
-•   -•    •
"1"
570 71
58,790 3,1
$117,410 53
WATER fii
Tolopl Mini.-..    ■
Ml.i ii [go	
KlIBl	
[UlUfBUOO 	
Klmitrio Replir uml M4t.1i
I' ll>)
 p llll.
Wttlur Ropltn ninl MAitilniiaiire
HiilHriiH 	
Qonaral KKprniha ,	
MUiitmuU	
l'riiiliiiu un.I Muaii'hsnj    ,
Hi.1m.o-, i'i..su     itt.iMv bi
(VI;
III1
949
41
2,3111
III
0 .■:■..'
81
2i',l
5(1
9,3111
.11
1111
50
—	
15.111
f*
m.iMv
1)
»S3,WI
:.|
UKI'ARTMMNT
. /.ccuunt.
UoUl
\l i.lrl Hnll.i    .
Light
M.e.II It      .
t ..1, .... Mains..
31. 2tl
10,3811 'ill
:i on ui
i,i.,» so
M 00
SU,7U 34
l'rulll n|.|illiul n> follows I -
Lttiiii Plant, Itnolndlng Meter.
uui" \ 1,1,1,	
Wstai Plant, Inoludlns New Ttnk
Timla	
i,J
Ln.n nci-tiiiiiU ilun, etc.
To iimiei.it Olvto Fund
4,6(17 U
1,990 81
81 10
i.eta m
454 us
7.194 BI
11.454 IM
I18.H4S 11
Debenture "J" Account—Power and Auxiliary Plant
Tu l'rnoeeil. nf ..lent |1 DenanlurM     114, 50 00
Hy A.lvnrlisina         128 04
"   Kiiiiiueorliig        737 00
"    Poll LIS!         879 B7
"   Spur         321(17
 —       1,5**. M
Helnnoe    II2.U9 81
Certified Correct— B, A. LA.W80N, City Auditor.
January *8rd, 1008,
H. FLOYD,
City Treasurer.
NOTICE
WATER * LIGHT DEPT.
3,93.1 41
$77,393 91
31 00
102 37
035 BS
84 00
274 55
2,500 10
47(3 82
Installnliiiu inn to r i n 1 s ,
1,52. 26
Bleetrto Rspatraand Ualu*
toiiiiucc (City)	
061 IB
Eluctric ltopiiirs X. '
tenanre fPowor Ho .   |,
949 41
Siil.iriiis	
6,252 84
Oonornl Bxpenaea	
2111 50
Printing and Si.atioimry..
181  50
2,4111 70
48-Inch Unto Valve	
1,800 no
20,488 «i
$97,881 1)1
B.ALANCE—Current Revenue and Expenditure Account
Pr TBI Itoke Land Diitrlot.
IHhiriul ot WtiHt Kudlunav.
Taka notloa thai 1, i- " -irau-a, .>i Naku-ii,
Proa Minor, Intend to a ply tor iptolal llnan<
poi in cut tlmbtir inmi tint followiDK tter>prib«(i
fan Qa i
t. uomtnanolng at a poitpUntad about u»o
-* urai** I rum punt of T, ... 12,'2-tiS auil runnlnn
houUi lAOobatni, thuneu want V>nhattin, thence
north i60onafni| thomre oaat U onilOl to iwltit
Of ciuuincnccniout.
.>. Oomm«nolDg at a poit pUntad on Ltai
norib*woit oornor of i.iinii No 1 -an-i i unnlni
well rtt< ebftlnii ttitmce  ntirth ttu chatim, thence
Ottitso chaitir-, tbonoe tomb w uhaiuH to point
m commouoeinont,
a OommenoluB itt a poit planted on or near
tbo8, VV, corner ot >'. I. No. 7410, ami nitinuiK
hiuiiii.Hii oil aim, thenoe eaitSKcbalni. thence
north 80 ohatni, tbonoe weHtmj pbalm to point
i (fommonoomonl,
Dated Duo. 14,1W7,
4. Gonneiiolng at » poet planted on or near
thoB K nornerofr L-No lUtVM'i, and running
t-n.-i iou chains, tbonoe north 40 obalna, tbenoe
wc»t uui obrlnstbeuco xuutn u< ctiaiun to
pi.lin ol coimiioin! tmout.
fl, Oommenotng ai a port plantod on or near
the n R,corner ofT. C,  >o   10,1141 and run-
ii in,' son i h 4ii chaiiiH, thenre ewtlOO rliaiim,
i im-in i> north -.t'chainN, thunoe muhl loOL'halnn
to poiut oI oonimencenient
c. Oommenolni at a pull planted on or near
tlie s. K. nornerol Tlmbi-r i nun No. 10*138, hu<i
iu ii ning nor 11140obalniiibenuaeaii im> < n** ns
tbeune (tomb turiitn.i- thenoe tffaat 140obalna
io point ot oommenoementi
ii.u.'.i Deu iu, i'."o.
7. Uotnmennlng at a poit pl*me<1 on or near
lhe 8 K, corner ol lliuber limit No IP.SW
■md running north •*" rhalna, tbenct vaat fk*
■ limn*, t hn lice com It at run in*, tbom e weal BI
onaiii* o puiul -1 commencement
Dated her lv, iu->7.
tin' Jan IM F   <)- ST   AU---.
CertiflcateoflmprovamanU
NOIICH
Kiili'lliy, Wo Two, Annii- h, Bpokana,Mpl»
sIiik anil   llnsiili    viiiitral   I lului- siillul.. Ill
Uui   TiiiiiI   Uke .Mm ua-Division ul   Wesi
Koul'iniy lli-li'nl.
W'liuru looalwt—Al h.-ad ol Hurs. fly ir ok.
Tuko iiuilin Uui. 1. ■ lara linecr 'i.stfali. nil-
liiii.i-lnillix.il Ilii- r.stal.- uf Julin Misll.j
Wnslt.UI, Ui-ueasi'li.   Kiel'    Millar's   ' ellllteHle.
Nu B sb'ioy. ii.ifint, sixty day*from ilao* herool
Uin|i|ily liiiln- MiuiiiK KiK-urilcr lur ci-rlitl.-iitf*
of liniuuvi'iiiuiiui, lur iliu piueio.cuf obtaining
L rnwn Oranui uf Iho al) .vo claims.
And   fiirt.lmr  lako  nnliue .lial ae'lle'
section 3". must   bo oommeiioed
issuance of audi t'ortltlcle of 1
llnlod ibid 21sl day uf OiIoIhii
fob I CI.ARA GKAUK '
NOTICE.
i mil.,... Iiiiii nisirli-t.
DlltrlOt nf lanlMio
Take mil lee Hi.i I. Sell Mi-Kftc-lirrn uf Rev.
"l.lnki', ocuti|iali,in limber Crul.rr, liiiend u,
auiily fur .pi-, nil limber llossOSS over the fnl-
lowing ilr^-ribnit land.:
I. I'oninienclng at a poet pl.eud about I
mile, nasi uf Dora i reek and about 41 aillee
siiuili ol KraeorRI.er and marked "Nell Mo-
Karliern'e •■■»■ 1.™i oorner," tkeaoe weet BS
. im.ns. tlienr.. north 10 obalna. thenoe ea.t Bo
di»ln«, thonr,- siiulh 80 chain, to point of commencement, containing MS aoraa more or lean.
.' Commencing at a poet planted about S
miles eaat of Dure (reck aurl ahnnt 4>« milee
siiulh of Kraser river and marked Noil Mo-
Karhcrn s south weal onmer." thenoe eaat 80
olialn.. thenci- norlh 80 chalne, thenoe weet 80
ch Una, thanoa souiti Hu rluiin. to point of com-
iiii-iic.iiu.il., conUilmng BU1 aore. moro or Ir...
3. Oommspelng at a poet planted about 4
mlloa oasi of Horn ( rock and about 41 uillca
smith of Krus.r rhoranil DaritSd "Noll Mr-
K... lie r ii. .mul, west corner,'' llu-n. -,- "east Ml
chain-, ilienco north »l chain., thenco -.cat 80
chains, thonoo aouth 80 chain, to lutnt of com-
incneiioeiil, cunlalnlog (I4il aero, moro or lea..
4 Commencing at a post planted about I
mils*, sast of Dure Cieek and about 14 mile,
snillh uf r run river ami marksil "Nell Mc-
ha-'horn ■ nnithwosl corner " thonoo aouth 40
i Iiains. thenoe naet 160 chalna, thonca iinrlh 40
chain., thanoa woat 160 chain, to pnlntof com-
nii'iiciui , cnnlaining 64» acre- mora or leee.
5 I'uminoncing al a post planted about S
miloa kute! Dors Orssk sod about 4 mil",
-until of rntanrrrrar and mnrkod -N.u Mo-
Kaohsrnu nor h weat o-irm-r' ihniioe aouih 40
• liaui-. Iliini., ....    ISO chains. Hie. OS nn-th 40
chains,   weal   16   cluills In lali .1 i,| ,»in-
'in'iic. iiiunl. cuulai   mg H4n a, re. mure or lesn.
0    'uiiilii mg   nl  ..   p.»l   p.Hii'.n ...ml 5
mil.s.M-i nf   n.,,.   Cm k   a..d   a.s.ui   4 uillei
• -.nn   i.|   Ims-i   riviran.l   marled "Noll dp-
a* '"» "-.iiiiiwe-i outlier.' thonca imnh 10
lirt.ti-. ih,-,ice easl  III. . i,., ns, |t,..„,e ...u.li 40
I,a.I »,    hilie,   .,,■. .   I|,   , I,,m     .upon.Of   i-OIU-
-   ... .i.e. t, .liiu., i    n. isly«..ruo mum urlcaa.
'i Lis, i in. I»D
\,
Dr.
To Mnlsoiis Hank for -
1 nun   on Tux   Arroars,
1899-1906  $8,202 90
Loan on 1907 Taxos      6,000 00
Exp'dituro over receipts   25,629 42
ToDoimsit Sooonnt (enntrncts)	
" One uiiiuii'l Debouture Couihio...
,19,832 32
2,340 10
112 30
,42,284 92
Cr.
By Tax Arroars, 18991901   S    832 78
1902  388 74
.»          "          19.vl  714 36
1994  1.482 10
"          '•          lBUS  2.061 67
1906,  2.978 30
1907  6-943 21
By Accrued Interest on Taxes  1,227 75
"   Wntor uud Light accounts due
toCity  »•«» M
21,675 44
Deficit for tht year  17,600 48
$42,284 92
Certificate of Improve.
NOTICE-
B.S..  Kl)„  J.\V„ and A K. Fracttnnal Mineral
Cliiinis, siitiiit.il  in  the Trout Lavks Mining
Division llf I. est   Kliolelll.)  Hl-U'lCU
When- Healed-At head nf Hur-fly ircek.
Tnke notice that I, Krrf 0 KUloU, tnt Itln-
,i's i eri ill.une No li 88S1 J, acting aa agent for
I'liiiu Ulicc VVislfnll.ai.il Ilm n.ut I Inraliracc
Wesll.i.i iilinillislri.lrix nf Ilio Kslnlv ul Julin
IVeslej vVuerf ill, di-cusod. Kn-e Min-rsl erii
llcalc Nn II -ffiWS, intend, sixty dsys fr in il.ui'
hereof, to apii-j lo the Milling 10-coril- r d-r
IVriiilcnies ui iiiipi'iivniiients, fur ihe purpose
of   ulil,lining   a   til-OWO  lll'tthle   uf   lhe abuvt
claims.
And   further  take  noli'-e Hint action, under
BALANCE SHEET
Liabilities
Debentures, Series A  $15,(30 00
"               "   U  2,tO0 00
•'   CI   I."* I"1
"   E  8.900 00
"   K  7,000 00
"                 ii   O  8,008 00
"   H  62,6(0 0°
"   1  20.(100 00
"                 "   J  B9.000 00
Dueou No. IFire Hall  200 «)
Deflol,1907   ",60B 48
109 BOB 48
Assets
By Streets aud Sidewalks     51.242 88
Ail Subscriptions for Stock Must be Made to
Columbia Ag<
lumoia Agencies
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS,   REVELSTOKE, B C.
.Ltd.
City Seai6»
"   Water and Li«bt capital aoot...
■•   B'hool Houie and Grounds	
"  School Furniture	
"   Real Property-
Fira Hall No. 1      I.*** °°
 I      3,000 00
LoU8and«,niock23. .     2.«K> 00
Reoraatlon Ground      1*08 M
City Hall     4,181 il
Villa Lot 3D         *80 00
Damping ground       r,ss *-"
Isolation Hospital       >-•'» «
850 00
103,888 3ii
83,600 in
1,000 00
Fire Alarm System	
OfWe Furniture	
T(k>1s aud Implomenta	
DnoonOmatery Lots	
Sewer Plans, etc	
Fire Brigade Equipment       4|UJ 11
Unsold Debenturas "J"      1W0I 00
14,358 2ii
910 02
l,r>24 78
722 63
262 60
248 88
"     Umioi-n.'ii.i-   At   a   LMMl   pUnr*»t sahoijl t
mil-** ar,-4 or l»ore fiwk and «i» -ui 4 btllee
-uuth >-t tr.tvr nvt-rsiMil our-i*d '*>»-.( Ho*
Ku-Oi.-iNh    uii'li-'v.-.    ..irtiiT,"rh. UOO norm rif)
iialna, iIi.mi.-j •••.st «' ehiln-.. tli. n«:s* *s<,iith ae
unama, thaOi-a m»t 80 iii ann ton. m oi .um-
tuauuvnianU cpatatnbU. !*■ n.r*'-. tnuie or tt-ta.
& .'ommiMii'inK at a pout plantn) about 4
MiUeaweavof Dure l^raekan*! »'•■.m SHmllee
-outh     f   Kru-LT   river hd    mark* 4 "N il Mo*
b-auberufi nonh*wMd ourntr," the toe couth *o
ohaUu, thtBOttMt 160 clim.t*«, then.e t>erlh40
■ !..iiti-4, thuncc wcnL Itio chains to point o' com-
it.mi •■lnnil, containing 64u acre* more or law.
9. i otamejooing at a pout planted about A
milee Wl H of   Doru L're«k and aboul S1*   tmleg
uihof Knwwr river ai.d mark d "Sn\ Mc-
UtTn- -aouth n<Mi comer,' tht-aoe aonh 40
in*, : ii-iK t- t.i-i 160 . haiim, nun.* south 48
ii, ihtMice «cf>t ititi ch nu- io pmnt of com*
■ceincnL. contr-*.iUin« *4o *lt* -• niurr or leaa,
i    t inniiH-n. in-*...   a   p-»t. pinnted about I
■iut of lm« lilwk aril "b <m ai-i rtiittM Miulh
■tl Kr-a*t«T iliiTttlid ioHtbt-d ".Nt il M r^trhr-'t'i
.rn lit'it'i corner," tbonoe M«uih 40 ubains,
Lhcnce »e« Hi thmnN, mm***- nnrtli P'rhalat,
lin n. ■• isr-i tu rbalna lu p*iint uf connience*
ment, coulAitmitf n i -t.ru- m ,r  or Ima.
U. Ooiuinin'n.»< it n psatplaniud about4
milee w*--ti ot Uuret-nmk a d sbuni "i-% milM
s"Uih ol Fran r rtvei ami iitufkod "N»il Mc-
Bavehern'e wbutnua I uuru r. in m-i* norih40
uliaUw, ibutiue v*.u-i Ifiaeb-una. iush-t mu.iii 40
ciiainR,tbftiiosf***i itl en.in-to poiut of ioin*
mutu OOMHIL «•« I'tii.in.' "4 ' »or*.-a uiorti or Ices.
i..K-ai«ti ik-c  ln.n. ii»-;.
12 UomtuenHng at a poat planted about 8
ii ik>- we-it of Uure Crt-ck an l a *ou. 8 unlee
■OUih Of rrosK-r riTor and niaru-d "Neil Mo*
J-^sctn-rn 6 n-uLli- vewt torner," thunoe nun h 80
I'limii*.. iin'iii't- e«-il (*•■ chantn lb ncu rtouib 80
I'lirtin-, iii'-ii.t- .*.»'-i   hi «>n .ni-* ui point uf txiin-
tlonST, mum nu uomnittUK-ed beforo tbe laau-i n»tjni^ineui,c-onLainiiigo4-ia*;i\-i,iuoivori
Mica of Huch fJerUfleate of Improvamanta.
Dated LblaUlatoay ofOotobor, A.l-., Wif,
(eb4 FKKD. G ELLIOTT,
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To B. F. Reamy, Mrs. A. B. Nock and O. F
ltnibol.iir to wlnimsoerer they may bate
transferred their iulerests:
Take notice, that we. the unHersntned co-
owners with yon In the following mineral
claims, tIi.: Vmau'. Lnrk No. i,»mu.
Luck No. 2, Virian's Link No. 3 Titian's Luuk
No. 4, VWian's I.uck No. B, Vi.ian's Luck No. 6.
nnd the Silver frown situated ou Goat Mountain, Lardeau Mining Division of Went Koota-
nay Diitriot of the PniTlnce of British I'olum-
bia, have done the required work on the ab...e
mentioned mineral claims for tbe year euding
October 29th, 1907, in order to bold the sane
under Section 24 or the Mineral Art.
Au.I further teke notice tbat if within 90 day.
from the first publication of this notice, you fail
or refuse tn contribute your portion of such expenditure, together wilh Ihe enitof this eater-
tiieinent, your interest iu the .aid ininer.il
claims will become lhe property of the under-
sifuea, under Section i'iII of the Minerel Act.
Dated at Camborue. B.C.. this 21.1 day of
January, I9US.
HKoKii. JOHNSON,
HElTOR POIRIER,
sat Jan 25 Co-Owner..
Jail Plans 	
Sinking Funds
A	
8 00
Hiilauce, Assets ovnr Liabilities      68,760 BU
$23t',,1.70 14
  8,708 65
B  488 98
0      959 90
If!!,,,..„.,,,  54(1 90
F ,,,  1,019 94
G   '.'.,...'.  1,181 02
H          9.16B 90
1 "',','.'.'.'  1,130 27
18,215 51
1286,570 14
NOTICE.
Rcvclatoka Land Illslrlcl.
Iiisirintof Wost KooU'liay
Take notice that I, D. Dewar, of Arrowhead,
cruiser, intend to apply lur a special timber
licence over the following described lands;
Commencing at the 8 E. corner ot Lot No
7648 runniug norlh 40 chains, theuce east 160
chains, thence south 40 chains, theoce wost ISO
ciiaius to poiut of commencement.
Dated Dec. 4th, 1907. „„„.„
sat Jan 4 D. DEWAR
NOTICE
RcvcMoko l*and Dimri'-i.
District of Weat Koo-enar.
Take ootica tbat w , tbe Lamb-Watson Lam*
ber Company Limited, of Arrowiaad, H. t'.
occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for
permission to lease tha followinc descr bad
fore»bore, beiua part of tne forashora of Galena
Baft for logtfiuK purposas.
(-ommoncing at a post scribed "Lamb-Watson
Lumber Co." planted at tbe 8-W. corner of
L..t H4II7. theuce southweiUarly following biffh
water mark, a distance of 110 chains.
Dated this :*ttii day of October, U0I.
LAMB-V-ATSON   I.IMIIKK  I  it .  LTD.,
Jan 1608 Hy O. B. N, Wilkie. Agent.
13. Compicncing at r. rwiat planted about!
mili-s wi;.*t ol i>on- (.'rank a&d ^1>uul6 at ilea
wiufh of 1t.i**t river and marked '.Noil Mo-
Krivi'i-rii *• itouth-caiit comer," th- nee north 80
i-ii.in.-, thoncc wt»t He chain*, tbeuco eoutb 80
obalna, thrDce east nit chaias t" point of com*
incur .menu containing Mo acres more or lass.
14. Commouriotf at a poet plantod about 4
mi;.'- vs t>L of Dore Croek and aboul 8H miloa
>*outh of Fraeer river and marked "Nell Mo*
Kachem a nortti-aaat corner," Iheuoe -outh 40
cluiitu, thenre wuMt 100 chaina, thence north 40
chain-. thence eaat 16u chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acre* mora or leaa.
15. Commencing at a poat planted about 4
mile* weet of Dore Creek and aboul M milee
south of Kraser river aud marked "Sell Mo*
Kachurn's aouth oait corner," thenoe weat 100
chain*, thence nortb 40 chain*, tbenco eaat 180
chains, thenoe aouth 40 chain* to point of com-
meocemonL, containing (440 acres mora or leas.
16 Commencing at a post planted near Mac*
Inio-h Crook aud about 34 miles aouth of Frnser
river and marked "NeU MctUchonr-i norU eaat
vomer," ihence aouth SO chalne, tbeuoa weat HO
chain*, thence north 80 chaina, ibanoe eaat 80
i-iiuiii*. to point of oomneneement-. ountaining
C(i« acre* more or leaa,
Looalad Dec. *Rh, 1907.
17 CommcocloR at a poat plantod near tha
Three MnV Keaerve Line on lhe north «ide of
Fraaer river and Lying north of where the (Joat
river empllea into the Fraaer river, marked
"Nell McKachern'a aouth-weat oornor,'1 thenoe
estvl ft" chain*, theuce north aO chaina, Ibence
went 80 chaina, thunoe xoulh 80 chains to point
uf oommencemeut, containing 84o anm mora
or li**a.
18. Commeacing at a poat planted S milee
north of Fraaer river aod lying north of where
Onai river empllea into Kraaor river, marked
"Neil M'Ea'-hern'N aouth eaat corner," thence
weal 80 (-haina, thence north 80 chalna, thence
eeaittft chain*-, thent-e aouth 80 chaUut to point
of 'onitnoio■oinuni, coutaluing 040 acrea more
or loha
19. Commcnolng at a poat planted 8 mlloa
north of Fraaer rlvor and about 1 mile* weet of
Victoria Creek, matked "Nell McCacbaro'a
aoutb-went corner," then e eaat 80 chaina,
theuce north 80 chain*, thence weat 80 chaina,
thence aouth 80'haina to point of p'uinmunce-
iiH-iit. containing 040 acre* more or leaa.
20. Commencing at a poat planted 3* mile*
north of Fraaer river*and about 8 mile* weat of
Victoria Creek, marked "Neil McEachern'*
-Hjuth-esvt corner," thenee weat 160 chains,
thence north 40 chalna, thenoe eaat 180 chalna,
thence aouth 40 chaina to point of commence*
ment, containing 640 acre* mora or leaa.
Located Dec flat, 190).
sat fab 1 NEIL McEACRERN.
TO LET—Room or room and board
fm ont or two gentlemen. All conveniences, telephone, etc. Apply to
MaUVHkhald office, THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
t$h|» t|m$» t$m$o$m$» 4$h$» vltTj***,
*9* lull *$*
J Pure Drugs
Caroful Compounding
A Prompt Delivery
m no TO
Canada Drug &■ Book Co. Ltd.
HlVtUIOKl, B. 0, i
Hail Orders Promptly Filled     ^
♦$H$»4H»4H»4$tT$l«$H$lt$ltto
Weather Forecast
Saturday, February 1st., (nr M
hours.—Generally lair andoold, Mghl
winds,   Tsrop.i M»x. SO degrees, Mln
4 .legmen.     Indications show Unit Iho
lirst naif nf tiiii,iii"litli Will Im line mul
mild turning to oold aud snow In tbs
lust half.
Local and General.
i-l Inl
Su '.17 nf  vcBti-nlay   WSS cance
to ho.i.y WSSlhsr iiii the prsii lilt Inl-l's
IllSl
wun by
owing
Prosperity i« Hki wnlsky
only ahltle to go to sotno peoples
licaiii
Lou Patrick, uf the O.P.R. has been
suffering from a severe attack ol grip,
but 16 well on recovery's mad.
The general meeting ol tho H. ('.
Fruit and Produce Kxclinnn« will be
held on Wednesdty, Feb  Bin, In tbe
City Hail al 11 a, fn.
Tenders  are  being oalled  lor tbe
conveyance ol mailB, fur four years,
between the new letter boxes in ths
city and the poet ullice.
The basket bull   game  between  the
High Bobool and working Boys,
night at the Y. M- C. A., was
the Utter by a score of U to 5.
Gold lUngc Lodge, No 26, Knights
of Pythias sr considering the udvi--
obtllty of organising a Uniform Rank
iu town in connection with tlie Order.
The B. C Gasette anuounoes thin
week that on und uftor   Per* 1st, 19u8,
a bounty ol f 15 will be paid ou every
number and woll killed within the
Province.
A Toronto grand jury recently
reoornmended that newspapers should
be held responsible for the "wild cut"
mining adverti.eineiits that they publish Borne tunes.
Another enormous mass ol rock was
quarried yesterday morning nearly
$00 pounds ol dynamite being used
lor the construction and00 npletion Ol
the Dominion Government dam,
Constable Terry has brought the
uian Thompson, who has been oharged
with obtaining money under laise pre
tences at a local bank, from Trout
Lake. The trial took place this
morning.
Still discontent   is   knocking at our
door;
Complaint is loud and strong;
The   fierce  mosquito  Bcarce is gone,
before
The grip germ comes along.
Reports Irom Winnipeg state tbat
thia we*k the thermometer has registered Ha below zero. Revelstoke iu
tbe "Sunny Kootenays" aud banana
belt ia enjoying a perfect winter, with
an occasional cold snap.
The first annual ball under the auspices of Fire Brigade No. 2 will be
held in the opera house on Friday,
Feb 21st. The brigade intend that
this event shall be a signal success
and are making preparations accordingly.
The average weekly attendance at
the Edison Parlor Theatre, Selkirk
Hall, has been fair. The films shown
were a considerable improvement on
the previous set. The illustrated songs
by Mr. Crouch are a pleasing item in
the programme.
A. C. McKeen, supreme organizer of
the Order of Owls ol Seattle, Wash , is
in tlie city arronging for tbe installation of a nest. Meetings for all interest^ will be held tomorrow, Sunday
at 3 p m. in the lodge room over the
old post office.
A deputation of lumbermen waited
un tbe Chief Commissioner of Lands
aud Works ttiia week at Victjfia, consisting ul J A. McGee, Shuewap, W.
San.son, Vancouver, and F.. P. Brem-
ner, president of the Forestry Association, and urged upon him the
recommendations which have been
put forth on behalf of an eitension of
tht leasehold and the lengthening
if the atabil'ty of title on timber
lands. The chief commissioner noted
the repreeentati'-ns for consideration.
LOST
i tn .Sunday, n Third Street, between
tha Cowan Block and St. Andrew 'i
Church One email Gold Ben:
Chain and small Head 8hap.il
(.old lx-cket. On the back ol
locket is the word "Laura" and
the Iront is set in Pearls ami
Turquoise. Finder will be suit
able rewarded on returning saiin
to Maii.Hi balii Otlice
THE GOOD THINGS
OF   LIFE
.- ui'ionii i.i those who
iso wisely, Ifur Instance
■ who Befool l lii-ii'l'itri'iciTii's
have the best thore in un
l this, Pop your own Hiilis-
I'.u'tinii suppose ynu give lis ii
trial order,   When you Und how
iinii-h lii'llui' our  grooet'lea   urn,
though coating the same itSi or
l.-Hs I bun, ynu usuiiilly   pay,   yui
will regret nut  having tried, ub
before,
l .'- ffl
\ . if**
U   , '•      .
'" l:v   .   !
k t. i
i ■ i
k
m^
NO SMALL
WEDDING CAK.l
Is ever enough whan we do 11..<
bilking. II looks mul tltstoa hu
good that only n big one loitvos
enough lur tin. girls to dronui mi.
Wo niiiki- (lclii-liiiis onkes for
other  functions tun     l'or tin'
hii tlulity, Ilio olllll'oll nlV.iii',   I hi'
soalul gathering, Why hotht'v
with homo hnking when wu
ilu ii so iii.i. 11 bettor?
HOBSOJ*   (SL   "BELL
IT
YOU CANT
MAKE ANY MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY
NICOLA  COAL
REAL
ESTATE,
Accident;
INSURANCE
MONI.Y TO
-.-Fire,
.OAN
Llfsail
KINCAID    &
*U. F I K S T
13	
Anderson
S T R IL E T
J
CHINESE NEW YEAR
Movoable Foast Brings Holiday
Festival.
Today Is ihe Chinese New Year,tt
moveable feast 001 responding tuoiu
Eaitarl    The Chinese bum iwo y.tus,
civil mul iih'riiiiiiiiii,nl, Ilm litllei'licili
similar t > our your, This system Im
p.Miiliil nver 4000 years, The oh 1
ynu mul 12 Ilium' ii,uui lis Inn nn.iih. i'
is ui'ciisiiiiiiilly stilled by the usirmio-
iiu-i' at I'nkiii, Tin- mil- Im' ili-tiii'iiiin-
iug Ihu dull'uf ihe Nuw Yi'itr c.iiiie
Into foroe with ilm limn dynasty,
2,111 years ng i, mid is lhe I) is I day ul
tll.it. in.inn iu tin' ooui'so ol winch the
sun enters the constellation ivhioh we
o.ill "Pisces" or Ihu "llslith" This
w-ui Id lend    tu   Ciinfusiun I i twi'i-n I lie
two years, therefore periods of in years
Wi'i'c I'slni I shed, 12 of which have 12
inn..lis inch mul 7 thirteen moons,
this tti'l BUl'VO III   i'Xpllli.1 huw it lliip-
pi.ns thnt tin- date of tin. Oliinese New
Ynu' varies, Tonight and tor tho nsxt
few diys tin-('liinu-e will keep linli-
tiny mul make good resolutions fur
their y.int' w'li'li they will probably
tii-vur In i'p.
Curling.
Social and Personal
.1 I), .sihhnitl luia returned from a
trip iii the const,
W. P. Laing of How-son 4 Co's, bus
returned to the city.
Mis. J. ,1. Porter will not receive on
Wednesday, Feb. 5th,
Mrs. Hews and Miss Bi-wb left for
the east this morning.
U. S. McCnrter leaves tonight on a
business visit to the coast.
Mrs 1.. M, Ilngiir will not receive
on Tuesday next, Feb. 1th,
Mr. und Mrs. A. Gorrin - mul family
left yesterday fur F.ngland.
.1. Allan, t'.l'.H. machinist,   left ycB
teraay for his home at Ottawa.
H Phipps, C.I'.K. master mechanic
1 of Vanoouver, was In tlie city yc-ter-
day.
Mrs. II. Ciiuningliam Murria is
spending a week-end with Mr. and
Mrs L. T. Morriii at Notch Hill.
J. 0.   Hutchison   lias returnrd from
visit to the   Hnundarv, where he haa
The litirnry voting OOUtest will dose
with Siiiiiuliiy's issue nf the Mail
Herald Feb. nth, when tne final list
will bo published nnd tho winner of
the bookcase nnd oonlents iinnoiinceil
All those whi liavM voles should dc
posit sumo   in   the box in the Cnniiilii
Drug it Hook Oo.'e Btore before Friday
iifterniiiin, Feb. 7, as the box will be
closed nt noon on tbat day.
The C.P.R. have given a 2 cent rate
from nil points to those utlendinn, the
general meeting of the B. C. Fruit &
Produce Exohange In the city on
Wednesday, Feb. 0, A large number
of visitors will bo in town tbat day,
and tlie fruit growing industry will be
well represented. Our oitisens should
do all in their power to entertain their
visitors and give them a good time
while here.
Tlie following is the progrnmme lur
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
nights, at the Edison Parlor Theatre.
1 Overture, Mrs. Crouch; 2 Moving
picture, Union Spoila the food; 8 The
Book Worm; 4 Illustrated song The
Harp with broken strings, Mr. Crouch;
5 Moving pictures, Window demonstration; 6 Moving pictures, Life's
Ileal ity
William   Kilby. of Lytton, who was j been   attending   the   funeral   of   bis
on his way   to the   Kamloops hospital 1 brother who died   last  week ut Grand
on train No. 96, on Wednesday morn- \ Forks,
ing,   attempted   to get otY   before the j
train arrived  at   the
WHO
MAKES
YOUR
MEDICINE
That's a fair quest!
After tbe  doctor
bus prescribed for you, then who
makes the medicine t Out
business i, milking good
medicine to the doctor's
orders.
WALTER BEWS, Phm.B.
Druggist & Stationer
J
statinn and was
caught and  badly mangled.    He died
instantly.    It Is supposed be thought
he wns being carried beyond the town,
as the track runs quite a distance
■ lirotigh the town before reaching the
station.
An alarm of lire was turned into
No, 2 Fire Hall St 11.15 this morning
from the Hume Block, where smoke
waa aeeti curling up from the cellar
The services of the brignde, however.'
were fortunately not needed. A coal
oil lump bad been knocked over in a
box of rubbish in the furnace room of
the siure, setting lire to it and charing
the partition. The fire wns quickly
extinguished by the stnre starT.no
damage being done
J. Wilson, late ol Bourne Bros has
left the city to take a position in the
Ridgeway Tea firm. The head ol
Kidgeways is Sir Alfred Cooper ol
Highcliffe Castle. Hampshire, En;,
which magnificent seat he lent to tbe
German Emperor during hi. recent
visit to England. Tbeoastle cost over
$1,500,000 und contains among other
trainable, the furniture belonging tu
the late Emperor Napoleon Henry
0. Woottan is tbe managing director
oi Ridgeways ior Canada, with bead
.tlicea at Vancouver.
After live years' work Australia's
great transcontinental rabbit-proof
fence haa been Completed Its length
is 2086 miles and the cust of its erec
tion has been vi-rv nearly 11,380,000
It ia furnished at intervals of five
miles with systems uf traps In which
undred. ol rabbits are captured and
destroyed doily. On the eastern side
.,( the fence the rodents are teaming
and vegetat un i» alm.ist completely
absent. Inside the harrier there up
pears as yet no trace of their pree
ence.
School Attendance.
Tlie attendance at tbe publlosohools
for January wns as follows:
.1. Wilson, Into of Bourne Bros, left
Oil Thursday night for the const to
take up bis new duties as geiural
agent fur Eidgeway'a Teas. Mr. Wil
son will travel chiefly    in   the Eastern
provinces.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Revelstoke Cigars
We are g.ving bir iaius   in   all  lines
tbis month at Bourne Ur...
Only a few more days you can b'iy
.■ur regular li.'ic bottles -if aauoe tot
SOo. per Isittle at C. B. Hun.e A C   -
The fll'St l'i mi I in the curling I'uni-
pel il iuns wns reiii-lieil Tbiii'siluy night
nlii-n Ilu- Edwards nnd II ut rinks mn!
io settle ihe question of ownership oi
the t iil,;iiry Cup (ur the ensuing year.
The  game   was   witnessed   by u good
number of  Interested  spectators and
wns keenly outile-led Ihroilf liOUt, 1"
lhe eiiily pun of thn game linn forged
ulieuil but Edwards gradually settled
down und creeping up slundily won a
woll eani.d victory on tin- Kith end
by two points, the score being 8 till on
the 12lh cud.
Play in the two I'Uliilll .ing evenls is
progressing favorably und im.vt week
shnu'il si ti i linn completed. The following nre the results nl guinea played
since our lust issue:
Cnlgnry Cop—
Rae io, Itnse '.) (semi-final)
Edwards 12, VoungO(semifinal)
Edwards 10, llao 8 (final)
Bums' Cup—
Poote 15, It isp 10
.liii'knun 15, McDonald 7
Young '.I,  Hrnwii S
R.ie 12, F.iutn 11
Jackson 18, Young 8
Equitable Cup—
Donald 16, limb r 7
l'i ii kl... mi \H, Sturdy 6
Young 8, Brock 7
Jiicksun Hi, Donald 8
Brown 11, Hose 8
Jaokson Kl, Edwards 5
The following draw bus been made
in   tlie   Equitable  Cup   for Monday
night:
7:30—Brown v Pinkham (No   2 ice)
"   —Foote v Mncdonnld (No. 1 ice)
11:15—Kan v Young (No. 1 ice)
"   —Ineksiiti V Winner of   lirown-
Plnkbam g una (No 2 ice)
A large number of the local curlers
are looking f.-rward with interest to
the annual bmispiel of the Ooldei
curling club which is announce.1 ti
take place Feb. 10, 11, 12.
advise young mul old tu ttenil on
Monday evening, niter which (lice can
decide about Tuesday ovonlng. Doors
open at 7:H(l pm Entertainment to
i.pen nl 8:15   slurp     Don't   miss  tlie
npeiiiiig part,
Churches.
Catholic- iiov Father R Peooul
D.M.I pnstur. Hiii'vieiscvi rv Hiindny
at the following imursi 8a,m,0um*
iiinuiun Mas-, |o:;|!i ,, m. High N nss
nnd Sermon) 2 p.m. Baptisms) 2:30
pm. Sunday Schooli T;S0p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction,
St, Andiu'.w'h  PltKBUYTERIAM—Rev.
W. 0,Cniilur, pastor, Sunday, Peb. 2.
Services ll a.m., 7:3(1 |i m , Htimhiy
Sc lu ii -1 and Pastor's Bible * inns, 2.30
p.m. Morning. "The Value ol a l'.o
mlse," Evening, "Au nd Text,"
Young People's meeting M inlay at 8
p, In, Pray, r meeting Wcdiii.sdiiy 8
p.m. Choir practice and touchers'
meeting Friday 8 p.m. I
Knox Piihsiiytkhian-*-J. it Itubcrt-
son, ll. I), Milliliter, Sunday services
nt 11 uui nnd 7:3(1 pill. Sunday
school ut 2:3(1. Morning subject—
"Jesus' Verily, Verily In Nlooderaus,"
Evening su foot, "The Dedication end
Purpose 11 St. ,|. Iin's Gospiil." This
will be lliii fust set'null in a series
wl)lot) the Pastor w p inch on the
(liv.it. Wuil. o| -i l lin'o Ui ai e',
Anthunm: ' tliu' I i n i," "Huw Down
I Iiiiii. Em." In. Aimi nun willaing
the sulii, "Hefiu'.' I'by Throne,"
Young Ponplu's ttiii'lnly un Mon-
dny night nl 8 u'c.liicl. Piayor meeting on \\'e.; iiesihiy, and Choir pmotioe
un Friduy night .\ cmdinl wolcomo
is giviui lo all the services.
Methodist—Rev T'.W. Hall, pastor,
Services nn Sunday as follows •—
At 11 a.m. Rniulay BOhoi) mul Bible'
class ut 2 30.   Evening service al 7:3ti
Morning subjenl, "Prayers lhat Compel answers," Evening, "Tho Un-
spcnknhlc Ultt." Under auspices of
tlie Epwtrth League Sooial Depart
ment, Mr. .1. ll Ciinegic of Toronto,
will givu ou Monthly nnd Tiinnilny,
Fob, 3 and 4, in must lasolnating
initniii-r wijh involving pioturoi, Shel-
don's great story, "In His Steps."
Prayer mooting on Wednesday nt 8
p in. To all these services a cordial
Invitation is extended,
Baptist—Rev. W. P, Freeman, DA
pastor. Set vices ut 11a.m. und 7:30
p.m.    Sunday sohool at 2.30  p. m
Morning subject, "Ye are the Light ol
the World." Evening subject, "The
gift of tne Christian to tlie World."
B, Y. P. 0. meets Monday at 8 p. m.
Prayer incutiug  Wednesday at 8 p.m.
St. Peter's Anglican—Rev, C. A
Proounier, MA., rector. 4th Sunday
niter Epiphany. Following ia a list of
services: 8 a.m. Holy Communion,
11 a.m. Matins nnd Holy Communion.
7.30 p.m., Evensong. Sunday School
2-30 p m. The Rector will preach at
both services.
-i" .nt.
' ^^YWINGVIN THACLOTr
Popular Entertainment
As announced in Wedne-day's issue
f the Mail-Herald, Mr. J.  B, Oar-
• nettie   of   Toronto, expects to   he   in
. Revelstoke on Monday nnd  Tuesday,
■ and rendu' Rev. Sheldon's very fascinating st-.ry  "In Missteps or Rescued
by   River."     It   is   well-known   that
Sheldon is one  of  tbe   most  popular
! writers, and the story  to   be   rendered
by  Mr    Carnegie   by   using   moving
pictures under splendid light,  will   he
all tbat can he expected       So popular
I does Mr. Carnegie become that wherever be   has   been   once   the   publie.
clamor for him to return     We  would
Library Voting Contest.
This will be tho lust week of this
contest, the ballots  being closed at
noon on Friday, Feb. 7th.
The toUowiiiit are the returns up
till midnight, Friday I
Fire Hall No. 2 233631
Y. M.C. A 167079
Knox Church 101206
Catholic Church  18390
St. Peter's Church  16486
Hospital      7059
Methodist Church     2991
Public School     2882
K.of P 1234
Spoiled votes—174.
Ballots can he obtained at the office
of the Mail-Herald.
OUR CLoTHEaS LINE 1.5 A LoNd ONE. WE
CARRY EVERY KIND OF GARMENT THAT MEN
AND WOMEN AND.LITTLE MEN AND WOMEN
WEAR FROM THE .SoLE.5 OF THEIR FEET To 6
INCHED ABOVE THEIR HEAD.5. WE HAVE TRIED
ToMAKETHIaS THE ONE PLACE IN THE CITY
WHERE PEOPLE CAN COME AND KNOW THEY
ARE GETTINGFULL VALUE FOR THEIR MoTEY.
OUR CUaSToMERaS KNOW THEY CAN GET WHAT
THEY WANT AND THE PRICE 1.5 NEVER TOO
HIGH.
THESE   THINGS   ARE   VERY   OHEAP   NOW :
WOOLEN UNDERWEAR- Jusl wlmfyou need this sharp weather.
We have lIh.iii for nil ages In different qualities, but nil good values.
MEN'S
$1,150 and $1.'
HEAVY  SHIRTS -Blue, (ir.y nnd Black.   Regular Prim
5,    Your choice now S1 .DO
WOOL
prices,
COMFORTS
MITT8   AND   GLOVES lire being selected at  extra low
Fine, largo size,   well   filled,   soft  nnd
win in,   from
 Al.36 UP
lo move our stock and
MEN'S    CLOTHING    We me dot elm i lied
have made big; mil net ions iiii all iines.
BOYS' CLOTHING i ul to Half I'tlce, as wo are not going to carry
this hue iu future,
FLANNELETTE UNDERWEAR -In frowns, Skirts ami DlWrVerSj
in all sizes from two years old, They #re.extra well made, n(|gi).o*l lTlin-
nnlctle and we nre selling it at about the price of the material.      ,i
You will Ilinl opportunities to get good goods that you neo.1 every day
at very low prices at'   '
McLENNAN'S
ttt.
TAYLOR BLOCK. REVELSTOKE
Men's Meeting.
It will be worth a man's while to
heir Mr. E. A. Miller, principal of the
public school, Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock, at the Y. M C. A, He speaks
on "Motives oi Service." This is sure
to be an interesting address. The
singing is a pleasant teature ot this
gathering.
MB. J. B. CABNEGIE
OF TORONTO
will illustrate Sheldon's
Fascinating; Story
"IN   HIS  STEPS"
entitled "Rescued hy Rover,"
in the Methodist Chinch on  Monday
and Tuesday evenings,
FEBRUARY 3rd and 4th
This will he a Moving Picture and
Illustrated Concert. Doors open at
7:30; programme will commence at
8tl5p.ni. Admission, adults, 2..rents.
Children 15 cents.
Revelstoke Cigars -Union Made-Our
Speolal, The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
A large shipment of water and wine
itlnsses just opened up at C. B Hume
A Co's.
NOTICE
Rovelstoke, B. G„ Jan. 29lh, 1H08
Sin : We Iicr to notify yon that a
irenmal meeting ia ealled for the first
Wednesday in February, 1U08, at
Bevelstoke, B. O. /
Your attendance Is requested.
Tim FituiT and PnonncK
Hxchanhk ok B. C, Ltd.
Business: Systeinizeil co-operation
of fruit shippers..
NOTICE
A Special  Meeting
of  th*
 IK   I
Executive  of   tho   Board   of
for
it 8
full
Trad*   haa   boon   called
Monday night, Fob.   3rd,  i
p.m. in the Oity Hall.    A
Attendance ia requested.
Hay, oats, bran, shorts, chop feed,
wheat, etc., at Bourne Bros.
One crate  of   lettuce just in fresh
Sodsy by express st C.B.Hume 4 Co's.
JANUARY CLEARING SALE
Dress Goods
uui
Tweed
for 30c,    |1.
Tweed fi
All Wool Venetians
ilnr l'i
.-tl.
Broad Cloth
i rti
Dress Patterns
'alum n<i\«. SU
Furs! Furs!
e
I   1
hliC  SJclKll
1—Div.I.   17
96.78   12
il             ll
—   "11.   88
NX 10    ia
li
—   "III. 80
til h:i   in
,1
—   " IV.  4N
0218   26
..             ..
—   " V.    IH
89.86   21
,.
—  " VI. 42
98.09   III
II             1,
—  " VII. fi8
hu Ik   26
II             II
— "Viiisa
HH 72   22
,1             ti
—   "IX   58
!)21)7    2<'i
00.88 17!)
tiiu- only, Isabella Km Hel
Now $40.00
One only Canadian Mink ll.
now 127.00,
HiisMiiiri Mink Huns .mil rltoles, one
now 980; une unly boa, 925, now fi
»1Ih, nuw iiiii; one only. Stole, 120
unly. Stole,   $10, now |6.
(tegular Price «7.'i.iih
u Price mo,
ut Iv, Boa, 946,
■ only Im i.
912;    urn
Comforts, Blankets
W'n are now offering at Our January -Sale Price.
mes
Ladies Skirts g^tu
One Lot of Ladles'Skirts, Prices  landing from 94
to (|Ki.   Now just half their regular price.
Vmies, Panama nnd Venetian Skirts,   These are
new .Inst In hund ill tlie lust' todays. We are
offering t bnin now at greatly reduDed prices to
'lent' !li. Ill   uui.
One only Ladles' ('ostium-, size 86, Regular Price
97.60, now $15: Regular Price 922.60, now H12.IKI;
Regular Price 916, now tux.
Misses Underwear
In Grey only.
Bala Price 20c
Extra good values
nil sizes.
ul  86c,   nneh.
Men's Overcoats
nw 98.00) lingular  1'iice 98,00,
i-giilitr l'i
,w 18.00.
$12.
Boys' Overcoats
Hoys (Ivnreiiiits mul Ifni-fniH ut   Half l'ii,
Men's Odd Pants
Extra Heavy Tweed. Reg.
Heavy Tweed at $1.25.
Price $3.00, now $2.26.
Men's Suits
Extra good value, 912,   now 90,00;   Fine Black
-Serge, 910.00, now 910.50.
Boys Norfolk Suits
Regular Price, 95.00; now 93.00.   Boys' Odd Pants
at.fiOc.per pair.
Heavy Sox for Men
All   Wool.   Five  Pairs   for   91,00.
Cashmere Sox-0 pairs for 91,00.
Men's Bl ac
Men's Underwear
Men's Heavy Fleeced Lined Underwear at 60 Cents
a varment.
Men's Extra Heavy All Wool Underwear.   Sale
Price 75c. Per Garmeut,
This Is a Clearing: Sale All Over the Store.
CALL   EARLY   TO   GET
No Reserve. Goods at Your Own Price.
THE   BEST   BARGAINS.'
Bargain
Sale
REID   &   YOUNG
Bargain
Sale

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