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'• Empire " Typewrite
For ease uf operation and perfection
in results produced, thia machine
is unsurpassed.    Price, IfliO 00 Cash.
Interior Publishing Co.,
Agents
C
New Wellington Coal
E. W.  B.  PAGET,   McKenzie Ave
TELEPHONE   39
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Vol. 14.-No   104
REVELSTOKE, B. 0. JANUARY
!>0!l
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead antl Revelstoke.
Discount Sale
Km- tht- month <>i |miliary wc will run a h\\>\
Disomm Sale in each of our departments.
Come in .mil tfel your wants supplied ;it prices
you never belore then il; In "I.
For the Men
Wo have exceptional bargains in the following lines
I iiili'i-w.ire from * '1 OU to   $'-? 50   Ior * I 2-j
Men's sox at               •""") for 'li.
Men's suits nt         is 00 for 10 00
Men's shirts nt         I  50 to   H 00    fur 95
Bovs' suits  ut         5 00 for 2 50
For the Women
Suspenders              * ' 50    to    *    tiO fur %    25
Coats                    'r> ou   to     8 oo for 2 90
Skirts                       li 00    to      S 00 for I '.'0
Underskirts            2 oo   to      I oo for 1 50
Ribbon   Remnants   nnd   ti  table full of other
Remnants.
I
For the Family
Thirty-three nnil one-third per cent, discount on
u!l furs. Curtain muslin from 15c. to 30c. per
yard. Tapestry Curtains nt 25 per cent. off.
Tapestry nnd Linen Cushion covers from 20c. to
50c. each. Twenty-live per cent, discount on China
and Glassware.
C. B. HUME  & CO.,  LIMITED |
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead. I
Q-OK>0<><>0<><>-0<H>0<><>0<^
STOCK TAKING BARGAINS
We are finding a lot ol odd pieces ol
Enamelled Win these ive iue putting
on ,i Bargain Tab! : and offering at a
reduction i i
25 PER CENT. OFF 25
All good £oods and articles that Kre of daily use
in tlie kitchen.
Book    your    orders  for   Damaged
Pipes with our Plumbing Department
Lawrence Hardware Co.. Limited g
TINSMITHING PLUMBING ELECTRIC WORK T
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches or A^eni, at .ill principal points iu Uauiula,
Agents in Great Britain uml United Htalus   London, England,
Lloyd a Hunk, Ltd.   Chicago   L'lrsl National Hunk, Corn Exclinuge
National Bank,   Soaltle   Scat Ho National It,ink,   San Francisco
Wells Fai'iro, Nevada National Hunk.   Spokane   Uxohange National Bank,
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 (ind upward, received, and Interest allowed at
currenl rate from dale uf deposit.   Correspondence solicited,
Revelstoke Branch -A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
**IUC;   DISCOUNT  SALE**
25 Per Cent. Off All
Ladies'and Children's Wintei Wear
Must be cleared to make room (or
new Spring Stock.
MRS.    A.    CRICK
A !•• I U S 'I'    S T W K K T .
J
THE BOARD
;0F TRADE
Important Meeting   Subjects of
Local Interest Dealt With
President's   Report — Publicity Campaign.
The general annuul meeting "f the
Board of Trude tuuk plncc uu Tuesday
lust. As will be seen by uur lust issue
the uunies uf the new ollicers ure published.
President—W, M  Lawrence.
Vice 1'res.—A. II. Allen
Sec-Tress.—H.Cunningham Morris.
Executive Committee—VV, II Pratt,
A. Mo Rae, Dr, Sutherland, Supt. T.
Kilpatrick, VV, 1. Mrigga, K. Howson,
Mayor Lindmark, .1. 1'. McLennan,
L. M. Hagar, E. A. Hnggen, A. li. McCleneghan, G. S. MoOarter, F, t!.
Lewis, 0, 11. Macdonald, F. F. Sine.
The following committees were appointed:
Freight nnd Transportation—C li.
Hume, F. F. Sine, A. Grant, VV. VV.
Lefeaux,
Publio Works—K. Howson, C. K.
Macdonald, VV. T. Briggs.
Finance and Prim ing—A. H, Allen,
VV. H. Prntt, H. C. Morris, F. A.
Haggen.
Advertising nnd Publicity— L. M,
Hagar, C. F. Liudrnaik, Supt. T. Kilpatrick, J. P. McLennan, A McR.e,
11. C. Murris. E. A   Higgpn.
A special committee was app inted
iu look into the matter uf securing
the liuiiiiini.il Fair fur Revelatoke in
lllll, consisting uf A. E. Haggen, L.
M. Hagnr, A. MoRae, C F. Lindmark, A. 11. Allen.
Minutes of the lust meeting were
rend and Bill pted.
A resolution was passed that the
umber of the members forming the
xecutive committee lie increased to
fifteen,
A II bson wns unanimously eleoted
a member of the board,
Tlie following report of President F,
B. Lewis was read:
Gentlemen, — The members ol the
Revelstoke Board of Trade huve reason
to feel gratified with the work nc-
cuin, lishid by the board during the
year just past.
The meetings of the hoard were well
attended, nnd the keen interest shown
in all the various mutters of public
importance which came before the
li.nird. in addition to the successes attending the deliberation, resulted in
adding considerably to the influential
position previously attained by tbe
llevelstnke ISuiird ol Trade in nil matters affecting the development of this
important section ol tha province,
Sine new members were eleoted during tin year, Twelve regular nud
special meotinga were beld, all well
attended and fully representative ol
the business interests of the district.
Among the matters ol importance
undertaken during the year special
mention might be mule nf the lollowing:
Columbia River Trallic Bridge—A
great Jeal of attention was given to
ilu- matter in the euily pari ol tha
year, uud very Btroug pressure huh
brought to bear by tho board upon
the P/ovincial Uovernmont in the
effort to have this bridge constructed
at once. The government has now
consented t" undertake the work.
The bridge will, in all probability, be
Completed by the end ul tbe present
year, and will undoubtedly result in
the opening up nnd development ol
un agricultural section, which will
prove ii immense financial benefit to
Ki vei-tuke. Mention ahould be made
in this connection ol tho assistanoe
rendered by tbe member lor the riding,
the Hun. Thomas Taylor,
Dominion Exhibition—Certainly a
ureal amount of good was dune by tbe
board to advertise   the Immense re-
sources of tbis district by the exhibit
made at the Domluion Fall held at
Oalgary. The exhibit was in every
way a complete success, and demonstrated most particularly that the
fruit growing possibilities oi the Revel-
i .ike district were second to none in
the province o! British Columbia, and
baa resulted in very many inquiries
being inude by prospective settlers and
others.
Local Fail Fair—The success at
!• nding the exhibit at'Calgary at-
s stcd very considerably in arousing
tbe enthusiasm displayed by the citi-
C00I  in  the  establishment  in   Revei
■toko   'I nn annual fall exhibit uml
I.iir. the lird ol wbicli wns held during
the j ear, and proved an Immense, und
In lomo retpeots, a surprising success
1 he i shibit made at the fair in all
c asiei demonstrated beyond doubt
that  tbii  district  is to lake a plage
amongst   the   most   prosperous   and
wealthiest seotions in the province.
Grand Trunk Paoific Construction
Supplp Route—Time will not permit
me to entir into details in connection
with the immense amount of work
dune by tbe bourd in this matt r.
The board sucoeeded in obtaining irum
tlie Priiviucinl Government a promise
of assistance to build the necessary
wagon ruHils in the event of the llevelstnke rout'' being chosen and from
the Federal Government a subsidy for
the constru liou of a tramway around
Death Rapids. Although nothing
definite has resulted from the efforts
made by tho board to secure the supply route via Revelstoke for the railway construction west ol Yellow Heud
I'uss, the wink dote hits not been in
vain, The matter n iw rests until the
railway company decides to proceed
with that pari, of the construction of
tbeir transcontinental railway.
Many other important matters were
brought belore the board und teceived
tlieir careful attention and full consideration, which time will not per nit
me to enlarge upon. • might mention,
ho .ever, the efforts >n»de to secure a
geological survey of the Big Bend
district, which matter anoiild again
be brought forward nt tlie proper time
during the current year.
Among the many matters ut importance thut will I'' brought before
the buurd fur their cousideratiou dur
ing ihe coming term, it is tu he Imped
ibe question ol t.ie bitter advertising
ui Hie diotriot will n t ne neglected.
I heit: is ti stro, g u . 11UK iliui sume
financial assiattiuC , in Ue way ul <,i,
.iiii.tt.il grant, should lie made :<y the
i-ity (or 111 IB purpose.
In retiring frum the chairmanship,
1 iiillnr exprc.-s my thanks lor lhe very
generous support granted by all the
members during the year, and at tbe
same time t.i mention 'he able manner
in winch the dunes of the secretary
huve neen perlormed liy .Mr. 11. I tin
mug. unl Morris.
COMMONICAl l"NS.
From the Kn in loops Bon id of Trade
requestiug that the board co-operate
in an effort to secure from tbe C. P. R.
a daily train service trom llevelstnke
to tlie coast for the convenience of the
public, nupt. I. Kilpatrick stated
thnt, as far ns he knew, the double
service would be resumed at tbe end
of February. The Imard expressed
satisfaction in this reply, nnd the
Kamloops board will he notified accordingly.
(.in motion ol E. A. Haggen a vote
ol thanks wus tendered to the city fur
their gift of if25 for the bookcase, n
letter having been received by the
board trom the council that the money
wns available.
From the cily clerk, inclosing a copy
vi the reply Irom the Ottawa P.O.
department, re plebiscite on the pu.-t.
ullice site.
Mayor Lindaiark said that the
board should not have started the
matter going unless sure of their
grounds, and be did not at nil approve
of the maimer in which both tiie city
council aud board bud taken it up
A McRae pointed out thai the
board lind nu Imsiness to run their
nose  into  susll  lliinga  that   wus   nu
CITY COUNCIL
Sewage Question Discussed
General Business
The first regular meeting 01 the oity
Cuiincil wus belli lust, night with
Mayor Lindmark und a full hoard
present.
.Minutes of the last meetiug were
rend nnd adopted.
COMMUNICATIONS
From chief ol police reporting lire
nliirius ii. Iv, nnd also reporting
on the lire at Mr. Bongnrd's residence
last Sunday.— Filed
From R. Tupping, applying fur llie
position uf city fo.emnn.—The matter
was left in the hands ni the public
works committee.
Frum the Board of Trade, requesting
the city counoil to defray the expenses of n certuin delegation to the coast
this week.—The request was granted.
A petition sigued by ratepayers of
Ward II. for cement sidewalks on Lai
street, uurih side, between Campbell
avenue uud Boyle avenue, petitioners
and others benefitting being willing to
pay for same.—The matter was left in
the hands of the public works committee.
Bylaw No. 125, culled the Local Improvement and Sidewalk bylaw, was
reconsidered and finally pns-ed, signed
und sealed.
Under new business a resolution
whs passttl that as Fire Brigud No. 2
were short 301) bet uf hose, tht Foe,
Water md Ligbt committee was
nuil: liz'd t . buy ihe neceesar) b. se
a■ ,\t-.| io- a C'-ntrol ing nozzle loi i . h
In igude.
H Cooke was pri sent and in referring to the (ire nt the Cowan block,
when his daughter and another girl
nearly lost, their lives owing to the
smoke, suggested, that, as the brigades
cuild not always gei the hook and
ladder on tbe Bpot at a tire, and as
I .doers were difficult to find in u hurry
io ibe danger ol inmates uf a burning
building, a ladder be placed al every
lire alarm box for emergency use.
The niiiyitr suid that the council
was contemplating ninny new itlens in
regard to lire protection,including the
establishment of a salvage corps.
The mayor then iutroduced T. V,
Sinclair, the contractor lor the sewage
work. Mr. Sinclair explained his tender and terms ol ooutract, pointing
out that the whole contract amount
ii us $52,11(10, nnd the central seotion
v. Inch wns nil the council would un
dertake at the time, would be IB per
cent tlitl'eiencc. He said be would do
it for 15 p.c, to be returned if the
v. hole work wus dune. He explained
that by the city's delay in tlie matter
lie had lust much money ut the const,
tiling tied tluwii here, Mr. Sinclair
txplained the nature of a septic tank,
in lieing an excellent ibing il pi perly
handled.
A general discussion tonk place over
tin-   situation,     The Firo, Water and
Light committee nre inciting Mr.
Sinclair today t" go over plans for
e.-tiiu itcs i"i the central sections,
A communication Irum the C.P.R,
was rend n.-king the council what they
ii tended t" do about tin- laud on
which the cily lank   sluod   as regards
business  ol  theirs and so destroy the  purchase of same.
A   resolution   was   passed  that the
.-um  ol  frlOO  I loied l" the CPU.
lur ilie 2 I Nacres, being the extent ol
the parcel ol   land   on  which the city
board's stuiiis.
E, A. Haggen said ilinl tho matter
was settled by the government on a
site in the center of lhe city opposite
the city hall oil First street nnd Guv-
eminent road, and suggested that instead ol disouBsiug further the site
question, try and secure the balance
ol the appropriation tor the building.
A resolution wus pa-sed that the
postmaster genoral be requested th t
n stiiiicii nt mu mi lie placed ou the ostl>
mates ut the next parliamentary sea-
sum ui Ottawa lur the postolllce building at Revelstoke,
From T Fowler, Kiiii ll, nsking for
Information regarding Revelstoke,
From the Hun,ii Fruit and Produce
Exchange,   Lund   Eng.,   regarding
maritime shipping.   Filed,
Frum the 0, P. P. Industrial Department aoknowlodglug the board's
letter with brief description of Revelsluke fur the new C, P. R. pamphlet
Filed.
A vote of thanks was passed to Mr.
Win. Whyte fur the establishment of
the Indusrriul Department.
A letter from Throckmorton & Oo ,
Salt Like City, requesting Informal ion
re the price ol "Prince Mining A Development Oo.'s" stuck The matter
was referred to tbo proper au'horlllos.
From F. Reading, Edmonton, re-
questing Information regarding the
placing f n second steamer on the
Columbia rive:1 and the chaucos ol ibe
Revel-toko route to the Tete Jaune
Cache being clmson lor G. T. R supply purposes. A suitable loply will
lie given.
Continued un 1'iit.e Two.
tanks are erected.
The meeting then terminated,
ITALIAN  DISASTER
Additional Subscription  to the
Local Relief List
I In reliol fund  being ruined in the
city l"r Ibe benefit   "I   llie sullen is in
the recent Italian earthquake is grml-
ii illy growing, 'the lollowing additiou
b is bein b.imleil in since lasl week
l iii t, previously acknowledged $186 50
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1 nn
.'in
2 00
2 00
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1 llll
I llll
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I nu
1 no
I nu
I uu
5 uo
I'    Hart    	
A. Colaouroia 	
F. Young	
John Bull	
K, (.. McKue	
McLennan & Co	
MoKlnuon Cigar Btoro
II. N. t uiirsii i	
I. B  (In Mllian  .
E   F, Tn.'kcr	
P, Burns a Oo   	
.1. Guy Barber	
II. Manning	
Hubs >.■  Bull	
0, It. Macdonald 	
0. B. Hume & Co	
Total   if 11)1 00
Wc learn that the International
VI < ri iii- Signal Company, whoso manufacturing plant is siiunied in Ottawa,
, i I nurd i portable llghthousi In n
cun i , i bo Italian Government lur the
Stiaits of  Messina, to temporarily re-
SIT1
other stove suits the fuel and
the Kooi kn \v. We h ive
o\ en thermi meters an J all
sure veu hu\
Groceries froi
Koi >TEN VY   K VNGI
Kootenay
Range
'I his   is  u  i ut | oi   the
rated    " K \>
R v.viii " that i- Joiny
sin ii i <cellcnt sen it e in
•■n inj Re\ eistoke homes.
There is nothing to i
it ;it the price and no
conditions here as well as
them specially fitted u ith
latest improvements.    He
get  your 1901
BOURNE  BROS.
Groccri
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MR. DRESSER:—Indeed, non :- tbe nine to buy y mr
clothes all the way through because tbe lines we wish tu
close will get shorter every day from right nuw on uud
you cannot get as gu"d n pick tomorrow as today.
You see, we don't order any more winter stock and
when we sell out what we have, we shall havi uo in tc,
but we don't wish iny l< it ivers and are then I re selling
out our winter stuck oi boy's ovi      its at thi ?e prices:
Oven
li'y
size _7
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
III   ll>    Ul  I  U   I .    I Uii'iN III
B. K. WALKER, Ptnident
ALEXANDER I AIRD, General tUni
Paid up Capital, $
Reserve Fund.  -
0.000.000
6000.000
A GENERAI BANKING BUSINESS IRANSACT1.D IT ALI BRANCHES
DRAFTS AND  MONEY ORDERS   old      I money transferred by
telegra] h o;  li iter.
COLLECTIONS made :n all porta of Canada and in foreign countries.
FOREIGN BUSINESS
Cheques and drafts on the United States,
1 other foreign countries bought and sold.     Hi
Great hlrituin a
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
place   ligbtbouies   di -• royed   in   the
rcci t.i   imi tbquake,      11 e beai   u 1; 11
boon  gratefully aoci pti i by tl • I•
bin Govern men t,    Thi   signal
imn ■ diatelj   -In; pi •
he   earthquake  from
England, uinri 01
■ ui exhibition
tin - , ■ , •:
Birmii gham
instantly ki pi
A few ' 'Id pbci lui it a
'. inuiii ai tbe Ideal I-111 nilutc Store,
.. 1-1   su/ir   II i.t |ii-li-.«
S       111    11. • 111 ! -    1 n ll   '   1.  1 11 .     1'
1 ii    pn c . -'I,, n .it 1 bargH.n, ui r,
1). I Iiiiiii & Go's.
Local Option Meeting
A public meet n.f in Hip interi -1
calopl        .     I •       '      ■.. Baptii
irch   ti   1 11 id 1      ruing, l«i uarj
26th, "t s o'clock.    I'm   meetiug wil
tied   bj i.-
ll  -i-'.'i  and   Revs Hall  and C   det
1 will t-e pi vided ind an    •
km   .   ■   Inten sting   rcoting   is «
1 i  -  1    ition i      ■     -    ■
11 rtsi ee si        ml 11 v.   ',.      rids I
Ih       litful      r 11 - .I• r ,t    11    . 1    every
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Che flfoaf Mbc ralfc
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IR i \ rv-t. K E   B.e
MURPHY & FISIitR
. risters, Solicitors,   Etc.
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ordheime
I  nci|uallcd   for   purity   of lone  und
be mi \ "i dcHiiin.
ler Co
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sine  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Agents.      Prai  ... I  ^'in f
q Railway
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New Scale Williams Pianos
At the head of the list of the High Grade
il
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I'UUfT I.AKI   IS- I
:v. Mi i .Mi i Eh
AND PINKHAM,
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uinos in
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Tiir.-r High Gr.ule l'ianos can be purchased on tlie monthly
payment |>i.m. A payment uf $ 10.00 will secure one of thet-e
beautiful instruments in Your home. We nre also agents for
thi ' IIASK A   UAKKIi and   Wi.EI.I's Piano ['layers,
 nrrl   felt  thai   I hey c.iitlil  lint    /"*     i     TJ*1
viscdij uke any (ic. ii'in t ui L-ut flowers,
Wreaths, Bouquets
Call and see tlie New Designs
Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
M
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,.-...■.- Bank, i
:.-.~i     -   KI.vei KTOK \ . '■' .  to the pot-ilion   it   ihould I ike as a
)lli;i ,..,. sMm, public institution,     Whoever bad
1 V. the running of  the affairs hitherto,
Pi   vincial Lai  I t-iui ve\ or,       ■ ,    ,, i   i-,.i .       ,
Min rlRS ,,,.,  ,   evidently took little  or no interest
■ ■■■ ig in the Tourist work of the city and
ill Kenzik  A\ e>te, ,, i     i i       ."l
consequently n valuable side oi
Kevelstoke's visible assets ha bei n
badly neglected. We would suggest, that, in vnu nf the fact that
it new and excellent scheme of publicity has or will be soon inaugur-
, lhe Tourist A ociation gel
..■ nd . ki i heir ii.1:.; irum tin-
i der the bushel.
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Mountain  View Camp   No. 520
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elstok i   ■•' ;;: i   s
F. O. E.
TRAI I IC    lHtllK.il':
will In
.-een nu'.i.'- ii'.iin I Works   ^	
the   U. C. govern-  l'ai'    l'1"1    *'nl.v   '"   the eyes of tlie
Depai
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galling     "i   tenders   foi the
en ction ai etion of n tritllic
biid '       inbiti river
HUN.SEOBETAKr. |.u  tj,;g    ,„,,,,,    „IR|    |1|(.    ,,,.,, ..-,:uv
ii   rj    win I    fur ' be same.      Whi In
w 'v    think that  I  u     I     ij    in getting
\     >,   ■ .     '   lvork   ""    :'   sfucturo which
/  ■ "" will ui' an   -o   miii'li iu Kevelstoke,
I     ll ll ■■    : ,.  in
,_ ■. -^ ii     been   longer  than necessary in
No. ic /i r. ■-. a m
ii..  Visit
cm liully   '.'"I
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SELKIRK  I i il". i. No. 12, I. U, 0. V.
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|Vi-;l  :.:
IAS   MATH
I I ... ii isnbilil..' of si curing tbe I lo-
minion Pair lin Ri n Istoke in llll 1
was fully discussed, and a special committee, consisting of Messrs. Hnggen,
llotii, landmark, Allen nnd McKie,
wm :i| pointed to look into the matter.
Several questions relating t icing were brought up hy E. A. Hnggen,
mc suggesting that mineral claims
Bhould expire at noon instead uf mid-1
night, another regarding the zinc industry.
A vote of thanks was   passed to the;
retiring otHcers and the  meeting  terminated.
Coming to Revelstoke
Commeuciug ou Sunday, Jan. .'il-i,
Rev, Walter Russell, a well known
evangelist "t twenty years standing,
will bold special evangcliatio services
in the Methodist Church in this city,
IB- lias In Id servicea since Ootober in
Enderby, Armstrong, Vertiuu nnd
Kelowna with nun led success Where-
bvi i the way i- clear Mr, Russell
I works interdeuotninationally, and
while in Revelstoko the meetings will
b.' held in the Methodist Church, all
other chinches ami ministers of the
city being invited ;u attend nnd ci -
operate. Mr. I-t■ i--cil is an ordained
minister of an evangelical church but
preleis evangelistic work solely,-to a
settled pastorate. lie is a forceful
speaker and absolutely fearless. His
interpretations ol Bcripture are logical
and practical ai.d well calculated to
inspire tbe bearer with noble ambitions to a letter life All active
workers in tlio various churches ol the
city are invited to render every pos
sible assistance and thus help to make
Evangelist Russell's visit to Rove.-
stuke n memorable one on account ol
the great work which sbnll be accomplished, Mr. Russell was also a veiy
active worker in the V.M.C.A. in
Ontario. Sunday, January 31st, will
be the opt ning duy in Revelstoke,
Dry Wood For Sale
Four-toot dry wood for sale, apply to
• Joiix I.km;! itwooli, Tuft, B. C,
129 Cough Remedy—unexcelled—at
         i Bews' I'rug I lure.
\   resolution   was  passed   that   the
zl:z:,aa: a: :: dement blocks
board to the   Emit   Exchange  Inr fair      Manufactured fm  ill i »   e  nf buildings
purposes of lu-t yen-.
In discussing the matte,  of the CEMENT AND   LIME  FOR SALE
:;': FIRE  CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
If  yuu  want Wreaths,  Bouquets,
Crosses, etc., made   up   from the:
choicest  dowers, by a fully qualified   artiste   at   reasonable prices
send to
HUTTON'S GREENHOUSES,
P.O.Box 146, Coldstream, Vernon,B.C.
Orders  by  telegram  or letter receive our  prompt  attention, and i
shipped carefully packed.
Don't forget the name of the firm
They took isi Special Prize nt tlie i
Vernon  Show on  the llith Sept.
for the  best  Floral and Horticultural Display.
Big Discoun
on all
>asn Sales
t
G
Doyle & Allum, Ltd.
CODYRIOitT
P.    BURNS    &    COMPANY,    LIMITED. *
I1KAD OFl'lt'l''. :    r.u.iiAltv,   Al.IlKllTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
I'm , Pnrkors mid Dealers in I,iv Stuck.   Markets In all the prinel
P il I'uii-s .md Towns
of   lh ■  I'l'lriniiti"!   I
I   1. n.i.
I   Alberta, British Columbia and lhe Yukon,
Pickers 1.1  ih' Celebrated  Brand  " Inipei'iitur" Hains mid Bacon,
I " Shamrock" Brand U
tesl whenever possible against (the
action of the school board, There
is no real reason why the school
trustees should claim complete independence, for if they nre [air in
iheir estimates and if the city council is reasonable in its decision as
i" the justness of the school trustees demands there should not be
much dilliculty in pulling together.
Fortunately, in Hevelstoke the city
council nnd school board huve al-
ways worked band in band for tbe
welfare of lhe schools and city
generally, antl that this plan h.is
worked well nnd profitably can be
demonstrated in tin excellent standard onr schools have attaint d  to-
citi ens but the provinc   at   large
For Sale :,| acres linest
fruit Land it Revelstoke.
Parti) cleared. < Hi easy
terms.     Price $2185
Loan Wanted
$500 on freehold security
of 160 acres close to the
railway,
Shares Wanted
ror client, 1000 to 2000
shares I'.tince Mining and
1 levelopuient (Company's
stock. Price One Cent
per share.
==Appiy to
4.-%. %%■%•*%%
E. A. HAGGEN
Real Estate and Insurance Agent,
REVELBTOKE, li. C.
THE  BOARD OF TRADE.
t nutiuuot) from I'ago Oui
U!?'C
vii iv of  tlie  large amount of work
th it will huve in  be   done   in 1 lie
:   preliminaries, yel   on the
il hei   hand   now that the it nders
[■■   ..,■   tube   closed by Feb. S, we  by A   McRai   tl   t tin   secretary com-1
.  tun    that   im   further   lime  municate with Mi   1   rayl, r, Mu
 i-i    ..   . irryinp   he 1 ' '■■•-..
  ,  1   "tion   to   ' ■:: 1 etion       1.   •      ""    "   !':!   '    '
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Cnlii   nmiK   Inilun    K    nf P 1"K''   ll;'     '"r"    	
1.om Kang6 lougo, K. ot P.
Ho. 26,  Revelstoke, B  0.        1 I    . 1 ..,,,•.. -. ..        intci      1- re-
"..    .'     Hug   'u-    I
'"•'   -   "" :..ver   the  Coin,,     .
ifl.       fi el
v.     be -.,,....
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rests of  tin
heart 111
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alb
• -r   ;t ■■   -i liirh*« nr »mal I'quantities
;n 1 lie lowest prices *""r cash.
A t bu   liDu nod plastering
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A. PRADOLINI,  -   REVELSTOKE
I>sTOrI?ICE
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Canadian Facmc
Atlantic  Steamship
Line
SAILINGS
From
Liverpool
From
M1111irc.il
St. John
l'i i. ,liin. 211 E|i. "I Hnl.
Sut. Eoh.  ii Lk, riiniiipliiiii
Eli. E.'b. 12 Emp. nf hi'l'il .bin. _.".!
Eii. b'.-li. 28 Emp, nl' Britain Feb, \2
Sat. Mar.   (I Lake Erie Feb, 17
Fii. Mar. 12 Emp. nl Ireland Feb.20
EMPRESSES
1st. Cl;i  -. -unl. Class inl. Clu>s
$8_i 50    $48 75 $.?i 25
LAKE .MANITOBA
i--t. 1'ias.. 2nd. I'lns-, 3rd. Class
$65 nu        $_|_: 50        I?-,ii no
Otu Kit Lak'b Boats
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
#_I5 00       -Si" 00
Cheap rates to Atlantic Sealu ard
points in connection with steamship tickets
Pnssengei-j hooked to Italy
Norway, .Sweden, Antwerp, Il.-ini-
liuig uml .nt other continental
I   iris,
For I'm tlni ini'ui iii.iiioii apply 1 0
T. W. Bradshaw,    C.B. Foster,
Agent, A.O.I'.A.
Revelstoke, II.r.     Vaneouvur.H r
HENRYS
Bevelstoke Assessment District
Xiiiri- is hereby given, In accord-
niiie iv'ub lho Statutes, thai Provincial Revenue Tux and assessed taxes
mul income Lax, assessed nnd levied
uuder the "Assessment Act" nnd
amendments, are now ducand payable for the year 1009. All taxes collectible for the Revelstoke Assessment
District are due nud payable at ray
offlce, siiiinie ai Revelstoke. Tbis
notice, in irons of law, is equivalent
to a personal demand by me upon all
persons liable I'm taxes,
I lined al Revelstoke, -Sth January,
iniiii.
K. EDWARDS,
lieputi   Assess..i'  and Collector, Kev
clstoke Assessment  District,'Revelstoke Post Ollice. ian!) lOd
Certificate of  Improvements
untotioil:
Lust Chance and Lost Chord  mineral
claims, situate in   ibe Troul   Luke
Milling Division of Wosl Kootenay
District,
Where   located:   Al   head   of    Coon
Crook,   No lib   Fork   ol Lardetm
Biver.
Tnke notice thai I. O. li. N. Wilkie,
aelinit asugcnl lot'Henry \V. Sehloi",
Free Miner's  Cerlilicale  No,   B0KII5,
iiilniil,  si\tv days  hum ditto hereof,
io,apply lo thu Milling Recorder for 11
Certificate of  improvements,  for the
purpose of obtaining 11 Crown Grant of
tlie above claims.
# And ftii'lher take notiee lhu. action,
under section 'Al, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated lins  1 Ith day of January,  \.
I)., I'.iim.
janl3OOd l).  li.  V  WILKIE.
FOR THE
SPRING TRADE
Tested stock, S Is for
farm, garden or conservatory, from ihe besi
growers In England,
France,   Holland,    the
I' II i I nil    Sillies,    nnd
Canada, Fruil nnd
Ornamental tree, small
fruits, huine grown.
I'Vi lili/.i'ts, bee supplies
spraying materials, cut
llutvels. ele.
140 Pago Catalogue   Froo]
M.    J.    HENRY
Green Houses and Seed Houses
3010 Westminster Bout
VANCOUVER, B.C.
BSANCH NUIlStllV. SOUTH VAHCOUVEn
Certificate of Impiovcments.
UNTOTXC-E
Kingston, Magrfie R, Tongue, Senator,
and Piiiock I'liiciiuii Mini nil claims,
situate in the Larileau Mining Division of Wesi Kootenay Distriel.
Whero located On the western Bjope
nl Lexington Mountain near Camborne, li. C.
Ink.- notice Hint I, F. It. Blochboi-
ger, F.M.C. No. li, 2W22, agent for lho
United Kingston Hold Mines Limited
non-personal liability, Free Miner's
.'eiiiiicule No. B 01812, iutend sixty
days from date hereof, to apply lu Hie
Mining Recorder for .1 Cucilionte of
Improvements, for the purpose of oh-
mining Crown Grunts ol the above
claims,
And further take notice that notion,
under section si, must, be commenced
before the issuance ul  sucli Certillcntu
Revelstoke Land Disti
West Kniiti'iuiy. B. I  ^^^^^—-^-——^^^^^^^
Tnke Nul ice i bul 00 days after date I of improvements
I H. VV. Lindsay of Camborne,   11 C, I    Dated   ibis   L'lsi  day of  December.
occupation, merchant, Intend lo apply.  A.m.  1008,
jor permission to purchase the follow-1 F, It,  Bi.otlluiJiiiiiiit, Agmii,
ing described lands situuted  on  Fishi
River, West Kootenay district.        ' Certificate of'Improvements
Cuuiuiuiiemg ttt tho  north -east   cor-
uer of   \. I).   MacKay's pfe-emjiliou TSTOTICE
No.7,S05aud marked  "K.W.   Lind ....    .      ,,. ,,,, .
say'sNoilb West Corner Posti"Ihence " inshiw Mineral Claim.situate 111 ihe
8chaiiisto  wosl   line  of  McKilinou's .':"",.'"';"   Mi? ,n«   l)lvls	
pie-e tion; thence 50 ehoins south: u "s| Kootenay District,
thence s  chains  oust   to   MacKay's; Whore   located;—At   head   of Seven
ilieni'i' norlli nil chains  lo   poinl   of Milo Creek, Troul Luke,
en uin .ini.in,   containing   10 acres Take notice thill 1,0, ll. N. Wilkie,
inon
Lu
ur less; 	
iiled Od. loth, ID0S.
R.   VV.  I.INI-   iN.   I-i
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PALACE
REST 4 URANT?1
A   H   SING,  Proprietor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|N THE MATTER "ETIIE ESTATE
of .luim Sniiih, late of  Malakwa,
in the Province of British Columbia.   Deceased,
l'i UK Is hereby given pursuant
Trustees and   Executors  Act
ns of the estate to
io ibe undersigned before Lhe271 li day
to ull creditors of tbe estate to deliver
NOTICE
Board by  vvook   -   S5.0O
Single    meals 25 c.
McKenzie   Avenue
DOIlU
CLIMAX
RESTAURANT
i- IRS'l   -1 UKI' 1
SHORT   ORDERS   SERVED
Meals, 25c.
Mf.AL TICKETS.   -   $.500
-I CLAHh
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' ■ .   in their hai
re.c il     li"; • ' ' ,ppl
ishm^nt of 11 tangible botild, to
bit of  local ii rolled I
...... tfu                      In                                      illin In
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1        towards 1 umplel mn tbis yos . ,,,,
A rci'ilu' inn w i« pamed   appoint    1
ipi     I    Kilpmrl
r   in coiinectiori •      ,
' ike     i     1 Hi     iue .' |t|iein'i' 1  in    Iiiiiii ulh Ml
;'     ''  l; \. IIukK'Ii 1.1111.nl I., llmcliartorl
IIU'l 1
FRESH TIMOTHY HAY
\     1
VEfJF FABLES AND FRUIT
SILK AND CHINA
VIA KING A rtl' KOI A LTV
i nl   Janiiiirj.   IllOO,   lull parliculars ol
I claims, verillctl by Staliiiory  Declaration.    After -uch date  the   lixecutor
will proceed lo  distribute   ilu-  assets
nee ll'lllllg to law.
Mi PHILLIPS !i IIEIS'I'EBMAN
of Davlu Uhtimliors, Victoria, B.U.
Solicitors for the Executor.
Dated ibis I7ili   day   of  Deceinebr,
A .1).. inns.
NOTICE
Revolstoki' Land DistHel.
In-.11 i.-i of Wi-1 Kooti'tiay,
Tako not I, 0 1 lm 1 lluurge It, I rank'
foi ni uf Mlinieitpulls, Vliiine ,0111, oc
cup,ui..11 college pi'tilcssor, liili'inls lo
npply for peruiihsloii to purchase lhe
flllltlH 111.; d bed  I.nub.:
1' mi:' iu;.   ui   11   pusi planted nl
ib,. -iniilicisi ci net of i.n TUMI, Ibence
wesi   Ho  'bun      a   Ies   in Hie
biniiul.il \ ill bu Willi 1 bonce   ninth 20
■ li.iin     in     uu ehaliiH more "i
le    In tb    li•'"•'• 1  \i io» Like, tlience
ilong    ."I   b"i ■ iu .1 noi 1 lei ii   ilirei'.
■ Ion 'u . ii 01, - 11 ■ 01 less io [nihil ol
 mi' un ni, containing 1 "0 acres
mui... 1   Ic- .
I 1 I.I Utl. 1.   Ii.    I'll \ SKI ull I I  II.
Ii.iic; Deceillbei II, lOOM,       j 111O Uud
NOTICE
Nolice is Inn
11' pi mi
In given  liiu   put m uu lo
I    l  ll.iplcl    I ., ul  III.    Still
Ulcsof Cim.iilii ', s. Eilivard \ 11, Shuswap
un! I llOllipSOII III", H Bnnlll I ulll|l,ttiy
hue III. ,1 ,11   III''   ullii .      ill    Hie   Dm inu
I  unl .  \genl   III   Knmli ops, II.t'.   and iu
the nil 1 I he 11 imi, .111.11.1, ■ ilic Minister
1   ■      IVorksnl Olliiwn, Oitlnrlo, plui
...     , ., f^,       . 1  1 t.,.,..   IVOrKSIll ini.iivu, 1 nn.11 in, |i|.ms
vViii 1 iiinii - h'lin St  ""' 1 " °""01 n'"""1 • "■"""'
TT fill   IJIIIIII^,        I  IUIIIi   Ub.   ,,  „.,„|.     ,„,,,,1    slrnclcd
P. O. II
imi a
;. • - ■■'.   thi In ,  pru       . 1"
'■ 'ule   th*   school   liuanl would bo
Ull      '.   ill   ,1   I i|J'c  :i',, 1
lid, 01              berj0| ihu  A       K.  II   II    elapsing, Mid
"■    ' ■ |*r(     suggested Bomotlnng being ,1	
: 1.
111 1
1 .   :      I
jniiUIKId
To Trappers
ft.n.w Furs Bought
vJaBh Pricos Paid
P.   B.    WELLS,
Exporter of Fura
■
-nl 1 i' in)   "i, ovei ninl nlong il,
\orlli   I I liHiin  Rivei  in the Kamloops
11   |i ...   i|   ', ...  I iciiii ,  in ib,. Province
lit.i,-li  1 oliinibi.  nud lliul on lhe toll)
1   1,1" mil '    ' 1   llie I ...ii ol   ii
l'i III,    I""' '   HI       U -..u.i lln-ic-
ulii'i 11 Ilic npplic Uii 11 .1111 be I,cud,
ippl iliutl lili b« in ule by il,.. ,111.1.1 -
united In II I celli m ■■ Ilic Govei,mini 1 iiiiiii il .11 l IllaWll, Dili.1110. loi bis
upon ml '" I"' fcucii lo mu li plans,
I inn .1 ibis ub du) "i Dei eml   r, uioM.
acting us agonl for Noil U'Donnell,
Spcci.il E.M.r. :i7'i:i; Willium lieunotl
li'.M.U. Nu. ll:'.-:, 1; Ullice \\ bile, I'
M.l'. Bl-liilM; mul P, ll. Murphy, P.M.
i'. 1122081; intend, sixty days Hum tin
dale hereof, in appi} lo lhe-Mining
Beeoidi-1 for .1 Ccl'llllcntcnl Imp)ovc
nn-tiis, ioi1 ibe purpose nt obtaining a
Crown liruiitol ihe above claim.
And I'lirlher Like nul ice lhal action,
under Section b7, inusi be eoimnunceil
before thu issuaui 1 such Oorllllcato
ul Impiuii'iitoils.
lluleil  Ibis 20th duy of  October, A.
1)., I DOS.
oet«l-00d (». II. N. WiLEIE.
NOTICE
UNDKR \ND BY VIHTUKol lhu
powers ol sulu contained In rlalu
IlillltgUgO Wllleh Will be piiidlli'i'il l)J
llie uuilirsigneil (default timing been
made In payineiii ol the moneys Ihere
by secured) Hinders mil be received by
1 he undcrsig I up ml 12 o'clock noon
of thu 21st nay ol January, 111011, foi
the purchase of tho following propurt).
namely, all uud sliigulat' tlial   |iarcel
ur ll'.ci ul bind sil 11.ile   in    1 be I ily ol
llevelsloke iii the province ul   British
UolllUlbia,    ilesi'l "lied    BS     lhu     Null li
l.usi bull oi lots  bum II mul   iu.  in
1,luck u, iiceurding lo n plan ol pun ol
,n. ..mil ny oi iii'vei'.iokc approved
.uui. .nun ineil .11 Uttawn ilm 21 si day
ui 1 iii• iiul. 1800, by I'nlowai'd Devllle,
Siirveyui 1 ii'iii't.il ui Dominion Lauds
.md oi record in 1 lie Dupni 1 incut ul
iin- lui. iiiii iiigethi'i mm any build
ingsor inipiiiveiiienis tliureoii,
Thu inortgogoe mny luftisu to ncuopl
ilic hlghutt ur any lender.
Dated ui Itovelstoku, ll. C„ lhis20lli
duy ul 1) Illbi'l',  I1HIS.
IIAHVKY, Mil'AllTEK
ami PINKHAM,
Solicitors for th • Mortgagee,
NOTICE
Ruotificntloii ot Orown flrattf
Wbarooi on tlm 80th duy of NoTOtnbor, 19u7, ■
i town ilnint WAh iBSUOtJ in llin iiiiiiiii t,i Ki'U'lti'
ick \Vii:.lilp"iirini for Lot 8h7( Uroilpl, KootO
imy   Dlatrict*    Tlmt   QVldotlOO   bat   Hilicn hnui-
boeii 1 roduoad showioii that tbi - Id Procter'oc
WftKhlwurue Uio'i oa tha 7tli of Autfuit, iwn
lomeiiniQ prior i" ilm linuauoo oi  thoHilii
' rOWuUrOOti    Tlmt  hy  QgrBOttlODt -I- 1   iH'
AhkusI- \'i"*>, ttioaald Frsdertuk Washhoo u**
.1   igiiud  nil  in^ satatVi rlghti tlllo    niereati
claim it ud ilomiiliil wlintsiiMVor in thu Bald hin-l
toTliouiai dhnoki MrJMmr on.
Notleo i< thttroforo herpby «ivnn. In poriD'
bqoooI SootioaUSof the "LaudAoit thnt (ill
iho inietitmii t<i oaaoel tbo said t rowuUraut
1 -iMniiii tho iiainn "f rreuorlok Washbourne
aud to Iwuo "tie tu \\s stood  tu tin uamoul
Tbo" 111   .Shunt.   Aiorhersou thrnn in<<nit s Iri.m
vm. Tiiomchon  Kivkrh HooM  tllSwutror?" '' dul6M|rood wu,ol>,h°Vb Uj
Sim Mvfl
t (jMPANVi
i<_\ Otto I- h hmunjj Hm rotary
Pec. 9) Oo d
1. J. FULTON,
Chiof' "iniiii   louei uf Liiudd
Lipds hi 'i Works iJutmiunout,,
Vicwr 1, U 1   . it'.UOctobtr. L908.
■ad Works
oct 21 3m I'll IO MAIL-HERALD. HEVELSTOKE. R ('
$250,000 IN  PRIZES
Given away every month
absolutely free with
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR
Every |ylb. sack ol Royal Standard Elour leaving our
mills contains a numbered coupon. < >n lhe last day of each
month, ten numbers will be drawn and published in the first
issur nf this paper following. To each one holding the
duplicates of ihese numbers, we will, upon return to us ol the
coupon, deliver free of ail charges to any address, a
Handsome China Dinner Sel:
nl One  I Iinulri'il   Pieces,   value $25.00.
Full particulars on the back ol each coupon, Megin
saving   ihem   today,
Remember we guarantee every sink ol Royal Slandtird
lo be the purest; sweelest and most wholesome bread llour
on lhe marketi
Manufactured only by
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN Co., Ltd,
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3 500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL DANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, 8. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
WHO GOT THE GAS ?
Board of Trade Make Inspection of Gas Producer
At tbe invitation ol Hia Worship
Mayor Lindnisrk on Thursday nlter-
nucn n 11 uui ber ol members ol the
Board ol Trade trumped out lo tbe
power house to see the new gas pro
tlueer machinery in lull operation.
The learned gentlemen ul the bounl
made a thorough inspection of He
plant, expressing adiniratiou in tba
smooth working of tlie huge gas
engine, which waa taking the whole
load of city Iiiiii Alter the inspec
tion tlie gas producer, evidently jealous
of the attention the engine was getting,
with ita shining rods, polished sides
and red trimmings,while Ita own relief
stood iu the buck ground, black dirty,
perspiring and guiint, begun to quit
work and shut off the gas supply,
much to tbe disgust ol tbe smart
engine, wbicli snorted and gasped in
its endeavor to work on an empty
Btoniacb, finally slowing down altogether, throwing the power bouse and
city iiself into darkness. The stall',
however, promptly opened up tbe
water turbines and resumed the light
service, while the erecting stall got
busy and did tlieir beat to adjust the
quarrel between the producer and the
gas engine.
The members of the board wended
their way huine after a pleasant trip,
a little diversion by the way side
taking place by a short sculli ■ with a
fussy G. P. It. snow plow which was
hurrying home, the dignified board
gentlemen coining off second best in
the mi Idle of a snow biuk.
AmomjPreptioiis
Pining Room Furniture is partic
ularly essential, and in view ol
ibis fact we bave selected a very •
desirable line ol elegant and
artistic dining tallies, chairs and
sideboards. An early inspection
sh mid be made, as the price we
are asking for such superior furniture makes tbem a most desirable
decoration,
R, HOWSON Sr CO.'Y.
i|iitiitii|iitii-ti'In|M|iitiiXii|iiIii|ii|iiIii|i'tii|i'|nIii|iiIii|ii|ii|i
$  S.  McMAHON   S
7 GENERAL BLACKSMITH f
\..| s ,   l till
John   Iu.ki
plow s, lull 1 "IV
cultivators,
wagons iitul
tin tu im nil
iii,.ni> ui   ill
kinds
All Orders Promptly Executed
>0\ i.n.i.ii'-i
_/_^-\   made   and n
1" ■•
Horse Shoeini
:i Specialty
First Class Work Guaranteed
-   '1*1 IONIC   st
f FIRST   STREET
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THE
REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country
ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS
ONLY,
liEVELSTOKE'
ti. o.
Central Hotel
z^—_ REVELSTOKE, B. C
ABRAHAMSON    BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly bllllt,        Plrst-olaBS in every reepeot.     All modern conveniente
Large Sample Rooms.
Rales $1.60 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   managemem
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords, Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.     RateB $1 a day,    Monthly rate.
J-.   ALBERT     STOTsTE!      PROP.
Queens Jfotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars.    Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
BA.K OF COMMERCE
Annual Shareholders  Meeting
and Report
Tlie statement of the Canadian
Bank ut Commerce, read al the annual
shareholders meeting on Jan. \2',\
fur ilic twelve nn .ti t is ending Nov. 'AD.
1908, is a highly satisfactory one,
-iin't- it shows an almost remarkable
increase in deposits, with an ad van ci
in ihe p.isl yea ui $4<)il.UU0 i eircnl -
tion, as will as tilvmend- i «,tli , r
cent (luring Ibe yeui anil an a.liliti n
. f $1,000,000 tu ihe e-rv fu d,
inakiugthat account $6,UU0,000 Thai
in an ■ rt' year tli-kiuk ivan able to
pay ll'i'll percent on its pu d up capital is an indication of tlie success of
its business methods, and gives a
record that was unly surpassed in 1110(1
and lUU". For six years back the
percentage earned uu capital was 17.02
percent, in 1007; 17 11, in 11)00; 1-144,
in 1905- 12.VA in 1904; 12.03 in 1903;
j and 12.86 in 1902, The steady improvement in profits is all the more
striking when it is remembered that
! the 16.27 per cent, in 11108 wns earned
| on a paid-up capital of $10,000,000;
whereas the 12 86 per cent, for 11102
was shown on a total of only $8,000,-
j 000. Fur lour consecutive years the
institution has earned more than
I twice its dividend, and fur three years
j the shareholders have received eight
I per cent per annum, The addition ol
$1000,000 to tbe test account, raises
the reserve to $6,000,000, ur 60 per
cent ol the paid-up capital The deposits are now $95,037,796, compared
with $87,041,057a year ago.an increase
which must be gratifying t" the bauk
directors.
The profit and luss accouut shows
that the balance at the credit of the
profit nnd loss account brought fur-
ward from last year was $675,912,10,
with net prollta ol $1,627,332.78, alter
providing lur all bad and doubtful
debts.
The manager of tbe local brunch
states that the volume ol business
done in this city since lhe opening of
the branch has been very satisfactory,
wiih a bright nnd steady outlook. A
feature ol the Dank ul Commerce ia
its system of travellers' cheques, for
tbe convenience of commercial men
and others all over the world, this
bank being the ilri-i lu introduce tbem
Into Canada.
e*/^_*_ys?5*»^rk]
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke.
Financial Statement for the Year 1908
Receipts
I'AXVl'ION
I.i.put Licences ..          .-'
1000 ii"
Trade
«;:i;.'.
Weight).): fees	
ill 50
lliiilll'I'.IX
-is   IKI
DogTav         	
1011 ill,
Ki'iil Prup 1. ,   Taxes	
i',!,:..'. llll
Interest mi 1 i ves
;■',; 87
> 30658
I'I'lil.lC SAI-KTV
Prisoners' keep repayment
14  ..',
1' nl I'ees   ..
Ill .il)
1173
PUBLIC EDUCATION
School llriint
.illSI)
Tlil.ll'  INIll'NTUILS
Water, Light ninl Power
85501
Loans ,,n current year's tuxes
13000
Cemetery lteoelptu	
sci
I'KOCKKDS IIKUKN'H'IIKS
".I" Water .5 Light <Iiuli
"l.'Miiil
llil.ll DO
.',l.n,  IRI
"M" Overdraft	
16750 ,»,
"N" New l-'in- Al.iriu s..
8020 ml
1675 till
111'.'.'.
Interest "ii Debentures accrue
1	
_>:1S
Proceeds ol Note, Concrete sli
owalks.
0780
Boulevards
2l_.il
Miscellaneous Receipts
Till
Expenditure over receipts .
1671
Expenditure
Bj Balance .inn. I, 1808  	
Sinking liiii.l i"i Debentures...
Iiit.-resi mi Debentures	
 lax Loans   	
Public Safety
Police .Salaries ..      -   	
Ileni'l'al Expenses lis'' OH
■lull Maintenance  "■'■'■ '■'■'
ii   I-,,,., ... 8.1
I'aymoiiU lu Eire n '"'1 •■'•
|.'lrotnen's Insurance "■*< ■"
Eire Ah lepalre ■" 80
"       "      .system (new) 100   11
Eire Brigad |itlpinenl ."■• '■
l'i is rs' keep     ''■' '-'
lleultli Depnrtm  >■'■ v"
Pollllil  '■'"■ ™
I sis  I" '".'
Isolation Hospital  21' ■'■'
Pulilto Convenience
Sireels and Slllowalks.   . ii22i. ST
Slum Service  480 BO
Tools  2580
City Hall, Maltttonatioe-
Clvlo Salaries     :ctlB su
Postaue   Telegrams, and
Telephones      130 1"
Printing and Stationery   . mil "0
Office I'm nil nr.'  PI 05
An.lit account, 11)117  sni")
Mlscollan -   580 05
Euel  302 16
I.eiMl Expenses  205 20
Insurai    120 un
Election Expenses         il.ri no
Buildings, etc-
Fire Hull   No. 1  73 46
tepalrs iniiiiitt-iinnce 465 IV'
Jail biiilding  no".! 7n
Jail shcil  95 65
Jail furnlturo   4:17 10
Schools  16.i(18 11
Sick ami destitute	
Donations-
Fertile  500 111
Sundries  I'.'i" 76
Oolebratlons  184 m
Public Convenlenee—
Kecrention ground  _2si'.'i 17
Columbia I'nrk.      II,l'i i"
11.. ll-vanls          .'l.'.i So
coin.role sidewalks     . 0026 si
Severs   o   llniiuary ex . I-I2H '"
i "emeiiTT repairs     l"i ""
-'.nvuiili.     278 I'"
Concrete motor  Hi 38
Refunds of taxes, elc	
Till; -III,' COSlH	
Tax S de purchases   . ...
Deposit   I IV. .1 lirilll'liilson
r.'lu  llel	
R. pill in,'III '   X l-olll.. ..
■..ok Qimriy       	
Payments  » uut water
'.n.i lUhtiieeo'inl ....
Debenture '■ -gas plant
I-,um   hip,n  21(63 67
Mn •'linen        187113 09
Pole I.lee          I'll ■''-
Power Uuuse  2*12 05
-j.ii's                 680 IJ
6202
8801
l%4
10608
S'-IJ
■naoR ~*<n
THE   PRICE
CASH
So Clear, So Shining and io E  ident that it
will glimmer through  a   lilind  Man's   Eye
"THE
-1- - - - ■
VISIBLE TYPEWRITER
A Canadian Made Writing Machine
130
142
¥142131
Current Revenue and Expenditure Account
Dr.
Cr.
Bv tax Hrreara	
$13604
l.UHK) UO
By interest on Paxes
1807
By water nnd light acots..
B020
I»i|ii)-.k Camilla lien li
c
2000 00
Expenditure overrecc
IplB
1W1 24
f23C.il
WATER AND LIGSI DEPARTMENT
Profit and Loss Account
Telopboue rental   	
Foul 	
Siiling rout Power House
Printing and stationery. ..
Power Bouse rojiuir aud
maintenance 	
Discounts	
General expenses 	
Balulas  	
Wittiir repairs matatenntio.
Llnctric    "
In.-iiniiico	
Iiistiilliitiou mul Fixtures
Water ralos
Light r..Ios
Mo.or rents
Tppplng malus    	
Power
Hnliilici,    "Profit".
U8 00
SSI 58
'_!',! 00
111 iH)
1310 25
I l',l :,:i
261 27
7182 73
?lil 26
.V,l 30
8Sli III
20123 II
N_rr.li! ".
, Distributed ns follows
|    Light plant   .
;     Wutor plant...	
Kor east) of operation and
perfection in the results produced the " EMPIRE "
TYPEWRITER is unsurpassed.
The" EMPIRE" embodies
im   complicated    movement!.,
while ii-   maun'..; I.nj    ilinn-
in i in,     mi ru; 11 in I      t 11 111111--,
.iui",,, 11ii  'in,' • ,    i ...■-.  durability, vi-.il      .vritii   .    .   ■
mil111   ol
dimke i       ..•   • ■ .
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ei ri-   li i u   . ii
I"1- , u-.     h,.,,.   in   '   ..
lu I"- en ie.i for i i-n
-ll'UIlL'   lllll'- of
nre 1.1 '■; of   In- u ■ .•
The C I' R. begun un ug :he
EMPIRE Typewriter in
1895, continued to add to ibe
number, nnd now bave in
constant use more than 700
of these machines.
ADOPTED   BY
Ths British Gi isrnment
French Qyytrnrnsrit
ink of Mo treal.
" Merchfl its 6 f
i
" fnolsons iar-
r-
LOCAL  AGENTS
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO.. LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Tools 	
Advance to Sundry account
Oenornl < *i v-..■ fim-l	
S     310 23
iiin'.i:,;.
2265U 84
1021 in
31 .Ml
3117 03
Si.V.HI 01
M^J
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BALANCE SHEET
As at 31st December. 1908.
i.i.iiui.iii
'I'll  lli-liellllll'i's   .
1 Molsons Um,U
Nolo aoeount  concrete
sidewalks
Note account I lovardi
Tax salo surplus..
Due fun lion Klcctrlo ('".
Shortage 1007	
lllllilliee il-sels over linliil-
Hies    	
Hotel
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietor
Moving a Town
The  novel   ti^lit ul  n  town being
moved bodily  to a new cite will bo
witneffi'il when the C.I'.II. hegiiiH put'
ting into ellect ita regraile Hclieme on
the Cruw. line next spring, making
important obangei on the line between Frank ami Macleotl. Cowhy
will in the spring he moved two milea
aoutb ol its present location. The ('..
1'. K. has priimined to pay all expense!
of moving the town.
World's Fair Director
William Whyte, second vice-president ,.(the C.l'.Il., and Hugh Sutherland, exeoutive agent Maokennie,
Mann -v Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, have
lieen eleoted directors ol tbe Winnipeg
Industrial Exhibition association
wbicb proposes to hold a world's fit!
there in 101) tu celebrate the oenten.
ary   ol   the   land   of   Lord   (-Selkirk's
settlers,
Get an Ostermoor mattress and en-
j y utiethird ol yoUf 111''. II WSon's
Furniture  .Store  is  the  place  to gi t
•Heel
,uul siiluwallm
Water
uui Light  plants
liiii.i.1                    lltiiltlli
u- nuil Ileal Kslalu
21211 3(1       12.1i'.i li.      ?,9]10
il hoiis.. mul ground t
lis nl      '   tS
Kill     	
;  VI       r ire
mil  So. 1
110 83      l'ii'0
mil No.3	
Now
lull
81120 S3      Isiilu
ion ho-,.,,,,
It en r
■ution groiiiiil	
I'ulil
e parks
leiiu
lory villa lols	
lltlln
ling gi ml
h'urnll
in- id school.
Kurnll
ne in  olliee
ilili ..
ile
I'    Cl 111
um -\ -1.1.1 lolill
Kin nl
u ni   i uin (now)
xlnnile
-ii kin
1 b.
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pu iiuiiii.ii j uxpunsc
Due in
f|  IH,'III >   lui  .
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ml  lliiphhiohts
'lie.    .
In ptirclin oi ■
li .. 1
uu, 11
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Hoii'i
arils
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npill
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I'lTUl.s UK Hi lnnil.
lAI'KMHII'll..:
Sl.iltUlillllit uf lixpeoiilllll
., i,i Bol I Hoard
for ynnr limn:
I'I pile    si ii
1.0.
Uopiiirs nud supplies
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I'iiiiI
«,| 88
ni 'in
Now desk	
.113 HI
Mrs osonpo        	
•. i im
! 'illllililliligiiliil I'leiuiiu:
new grounds       	
:u ,m
I rustoos coiiviiiiiion	
117 11
notiewul   insiiriuu'ii	
:in .vi
Iiiciileiitiil   	
i in nn
     J lit BIS 19
IIIIIII     Hilt'
,t.
1 ml im
Kopalrs mul tupplios ,..,
in in
Kuiil  ,,"..
78 H'.l
ll.eiilonllll    .
33 ill
.<  .1 20D 00
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mill, .';
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1.31 II
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All Work Promptlv
and Neatly Executed
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I hereby certify thu above -tiilnii""! i I i truo
mul rorrni't. ie'i" l of lhu i lio     l""" 111 'he
Hiiv.ilstuiu, Behatil II inril during your NWS.
K. II. IIiiiiiini,. T, «'   IIiiaiwiiaw
t li.urinan. .Sneriltiiry.
I'ulilie Keliiiol nviir,mu uioiillily onrolmoilt.   410
High .-chi nil uviir i gQ iiiiiii, lily uurol iiiiiii I 31
Cost per linml, I'nl'lu'S'hiiol        *  80 00
Cost par Inuiii, Huh Sel I 103 00
Revelstoke, IJ. C, 18 January, 1900,
Certified oorreot,
JOHN  ll   JACKSON,
Cluiricri'il  A,,
Commercial   Printing
A Specialty With Us.
Call lor  Estimates and  Advcr'isin    ''ale.'.
THE MIL-dEMLD*
PUBLISHING COMPANY. Ltd.
■iiiiiitnn'
Auditor,
*ZSmV„,
r..   /■— THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE  B. <
r
I
V
1 *3 **5 -'*> '■■'-
■       A      -
.-J
iJAJir Jli*
.   ,-     isi   iii.l   under   and   all   linos   placed   on   our   Salt
; i lies:   .'i   cost.      Good staple   e;t    i  tble goods,
Ladies' Unds; skirts
its   selling   .,i
ouni.     and
Flannelette Drawers
v plain       die rs,   regular
per r        Si l-!    \ to id \ imi s
Undervests
. i(    s   ... from  I to i a ye 11 ■
Blankets
We art disposing of  iin-   seasonable
line ol goods al a 15 per cent,   discount,
Wrapperettes
These  are   '.ins   seasons   best   goou;
wbicli sold at i(5c. and  tSc. per yard,   now
sel 11 in' at ,
ix-1  '. ird.
Flannelettes
Icavv, Muie width flannelettes,  rcgu-
e, a \ ard, now 7.'. per yard.
■i       _   ....Is,   furs, goll jackets, child's coats, ladies'
ts, child's 1    id v       and millinery   at your ov n  price.
..  1 mui foi new goods.      These prices  arc lor cash,
^.,
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!
(>CK)'OCK>0<>0<><)-0<><K><><K)-a<H>0{KH>0     y—
CHAS.  M.  FIELD I
Real Estate, Insurance anil Commission Agent
Ollice on First St., Opposite the Club
I11 n rs Collected. Loans Kotakv I'riu.u
o. c legislature      Business Locals
J Speech From Throne-Accounts    valentine tally cards ai Hens' Drug
Show Surplus of $1,388,281    Store-
nu- tiiiui,
the   eleventh
Pure Drugs
poundii
I ■ ices
tn
- :   -• ent
-
■
■
,-anl       sfacl iry ri suits
lald's Drug Store
l j^*c.:
GROCERIES
BAKERY
W'c ,, 1111   to  keep  only   t he
Our Bread, (. tikes und Pastry
1    best in Hi               A trial  order
nre made fresh every day,  when
1    will   he  .-|.|.!'i'i-..ii' '   .is  «,    an
tired ui  your  own   1 >nki 11 j_r    try
1                         nt we ran save  you
our.- lor ;i change, you  will   lind
'}
it very appetizing.
\ KOBSOH & BELL,
Grocers, Bakers
. __________________M_M_________»n«g»»«_M         —_—.____»«
--.-.-ic1   •    ■\a!t*f»vr^*wr,'K- -><--\ ■   ■- ,-■
Icgislativi assembly ol British Columbia was opeued on Thursday with the
usual ceremonies, Beyond forecasting
tbo enactment of legislation g' verning
ihi' distribution nf water lor irrigation nnm, a q,
purposes, and the enactment of v irious
Nuw   is   the   time   to get il carpel
cheap at Howson's furniture Store.
Sweet Odor Perfume-nt Hews  Drug
Store,
Call uml see um   bargains in Curtains   nnd    Curtain    .Mii.-lin.     I',    li.
Local and G
1
■
SNAPS
Nice Five   roi 1   cd
'. •
Nice   Six   roomed
House  I ,     Sl.WO
Other Houses  al reasonable j
prices. All kinds of Insure ■
ancc. Ap.cnts  for (he ecle'
bratcd KARN   Pianos and
Piano Players.    Money    to
Loan
veil .
louble nice.
_;    11,.1 see tin   beautiful  |T^
■ 1 . ',.'■,      Life,'   	
-  '    Ihi   In
Kincaid and Anderson
Rent Estuto, insurance and financial A^ento.     Money lo Loan.
pension clauses   in   connection   with
the Civil Service \ct, the Speech from
the Tl ' coul iius little neivs.    The
Speech refers to the prosperity  of  the
Province, the success  of the  uegotia
ti.'i.s    i • he (loverniiK nl    wil h   the 0.
T. P., and the   bountiful   harvests   of
fruit nnd oilier products.
The public accounts for the year
ending last June, which Chancellor of
the ICxehiquer Tatlow presented after
the formal opening ceremony, show n
surplus for that period of $1,888,281,
the receipts being Iti5,970,0"i4 nnd the
expenditure $1 590,073.
Mr. Parsons, oi tl dden, will move
the address nnd Mr. Davey, of Victoria  will second.
COLUMBIA TRAFFIC BRIDGE
Tenders Called for Immediate
Construction
The Public Works Department "I
the I'roviiiei il Government nre calling
for tenders fur the construction, erec-
ti. 11 and e nipletion ol 11 trull'," bridge
across the Columbia it: Revi Istoke
and nis ■ tenders for wrought uiul cbbI
iron delivered at RevelBtoke for tbe
iron work for the above bridge. Drawings nnl specifications mny he seen at
the local government ullice after Jan.
2oth. This announcement will be
received will) general satisfaction by
Revelstoke people as being the preliminaries of the lung looked for traffic bridge over tlie Columbia at tli is
I he tenders will be received
up to Mi   ..i.e. . rub. 8th.
1
F30DUCFR PLAN!
ig and Captun      C I   O0CI9,l   3RH  t   GPSOnSI
nt  this     eek  and   wl I      111     •   ,   , | heatre tonight,
turn  uf mind        I that th , ....
_   /   v , ,. .1   Do       : tde a business 1       I
f the Mel Chinch;,,  ., ,, ri   McKiim ,11 ha\ ib .„..-■:.-.. . 	
: mbi rs of        board of . p .   ..  , T .   .     ..        ...
.,..'. , A Satisfactory  Frial    Magmfi
\ I vu ..-   from
Spi   i-r Mnicii im cent Piece of  "echanism
, 1   ol   Mr.   SI 1 business vis
Carol ",ils iu.-l arrived. For piieei
inquire nl Find Exchange.
We are offering special bnrgtiius in
Carpets and Rugs,   C B, Hume a Co
Sun,.'seem,d hand furniture cheap
nt (he Ideal Furniture Storo,
Fresh Canadian Cheese, McLarens,
llhecse in jars at.20c,, 3fio., olio, mid
,$1 10.    C. II. Hume A Co.
See onr corner window fur Apples,
lien Davis, Russets nud Northern
Spys. All good keepers. C. 13. Humi
& Co.
CHINKS CELEBRATE
Celestial   New  Year Opens-
Chinese Leap Year,
With tlie rising ol the new 1110011 un
Thursday morning, the Chinese Ne-i
Vear commenced, nnd the lirst year of
Sun Hung was uslit red in by the
local Chinese colony ».ih the usual
salvos uf crackers. II,,- is the Chinese
leap year. New Year's Day is the
great settling day with Chinese nnd
nil debts must hi paid. The usual
ceremonies in the Josb In use were
observed, nnd gilts made to Tion
Wang ( Prince of Heaven 1, The
Chinese mnko this festival une of
general cleaning up nnd start 11 bettci
life. CrnckerB nre supposed to drive
nwny evil spirits for another twelve
months, thus making life one grand
sweet sung with nothing tu think
about but. noodles, chop suey, latitat)
antl lhe pipe.
The local merchants decorated their
stores, and are nuw celebrating mute
ur less quietly their annual holiday.
This venr will contain lil months.
Silks at Half Price
We have a lot ol" Japanese Silks that we   waul   to clear
out   before   slock   taking.      They   arc   27    inches   wide   and
there is a good   range  of   colors.      For   blouses,   children's
drcssc , etc., they are just what you need.  They sold   Oftp
at 50c. per yard, but we idler them at     WO.
Handkerchiefs
We have about twelve dozen   line   lawn   handkerchiefs,
all  embroidered,   some   with   hem   stitched   edges and   some
embroidered.      They   are   not   soiled,   bul   a  I i tt lo   AA.
mussed,   They   sold   at ,;<ic. and 35e., now only   . . .    fcUU.
Table   Covers
I,   blue and
They came
\ loi ul l)eib\   I able Covers in roil and t
gold, and green and gold, and a few in Chenille,
in 1 yrd., 1 '.  yrd, and two   yrd.   squares.      We arc  offering
them at ONli-TIIIKI) oil regular price.
McLennan & Co,
v«B
McKINNON'S
The Loading Cigar Store
and Pool Room in the City
The   best  .nul  largest   Stock   of Cigars and
Pipes   in   Kevelsloke.
The   Original   Mac's   Mixture   now   on   hand
antl made   expressly   for   us  by I >. K. McPherson.
JOBBSNG ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED
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PRICES 5C. TO SI 0
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Churches.
Catholic — Kev. Father Coccola
pastor. Serviced arc held on tbe Kirst
nnd Third Sundays in every month
I at the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Muss; 10:80 a.m. ll'gh Muss
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:.'IU
pan. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction nud Bcuedictit n.
St. Andrew's  I'liisrviiKiAx—Rev.
W.C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, Jan. 21.
Services II nan,, 7:.'10   p.m.,   Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible  Class, 2.30
|p   in.     Prayer  meeting  on VVednes-
■
latl   ers  meeting, triiiny « |
• '100 h.p.       k.vox Pkesuvtkhian—J. It. Robert-
I gigantic  sou   Services ou Suuday as follows :—
,     ...     ,    Morning   service nt  II o'clock,    Sunday Sel,uui   and   Bible Class nt 2:80 p.
in.    Evening   service   at    1 Ml)   p.m.
Morning   subject,   'Hive   Christ   His
Rightful l'lnce "     Keening,    'An   ,,t-
leinpt   to muzzle the pulpit,"     Good
,   music.    A welcome is given to all antl
-i range b nre specially invited
The annual   meeting ol lhe emigre-1
,.   will   be   held   on Wednesday
in   m   the   church 1 eginning at 8
Reports from all departments
ingregation  will he presented
llicera   for   the yen.-elected.    A
Is nee ol  i he congregation is
■ -i ly requested.
l'i 11 .■ -   Anglican)—Rev. C. A. j
.nu i'.   .\i    A .   Reotor.    8  a. m,
inion.     II   n. in, Litany,
and    sermon,     7 DO    p.    m,
Sundiij  School, 'J..'Hi p.m.
VV, P. Freeman, B.A.
at 11 a.m.  nnd   7.1(11
cbool nnd Bible class al
II  V   P, i     Monday al 8
leet ing Wi d nesduy   s
I to tin bo services
I he    Killing    Pits-
ki ■ Ions."
-- ill '__ .'HI   will
■ 'ns     I'ellll 11,;.   I      I III
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Muru-
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i1'       lining sen ice 1 110
ihject,     '   until ions   upon
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til    Lcagui Holiday III 8 p in.
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I'll IS Sl'ACK IS IIKI.I) FOR
JOHN D. SIBBALD
C. 1'. R. TOWNSITE AGENT
REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE
AND COLLECTIONS
LOANS
BUSINESS   RESPECTFULLY  SOUl'ITKD
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TABER   SOFT    COAL
This ' " 'I is ei|ll.ll
lie sell   COill llll  ll"
. linker- I   iii'I.
smoke.
I  ,111V    'l"IIH'S
inni'-ket.    No
very   little
$8 50 per ton
BRIQUETTES
Mniiut'ii.-iitii'il >t.mi hard '..il.
The lies! and , I • upe I fuel nu
i he market. Frei ample givi n
I,, any w hn li ive nul tried il.
S8.75 per ton
Revelstoke Genera! Agencies, Ltd.
Notiee to Contractors
llll  • I "i I lllll I llli Kit l'i  Hill I H'|	
.1 ,,. I .Mill 1 Uu Kll III;	
, is  , II. ('.
Ul AI.LIi TI.NIiKUs. |.i„,,,.,|y m.l,,i,eil, Hill
il III i   |H    III) rooolvod ty   llie   linn,   llll'   Mini,I I
i-nl.lie Wink, up  iu uml InoludliiB Monilar
I I'eliiiuii.i -Hi next, (or ti ruciimi ami cum
i'i A i.I n   I KM i Kits, undue-toil ' l.i..h i- lu, , plullon iii n lirlUKO min.- the Culiunbln Klvi'i
i~   Wruimlil and t'asl  Iron, i i.l.'ivill
lin rul'oiveil Li ilu- ..iiilei-ifti.iil uii tu uml in
lu.liin.'llie-lh (iii) uf leIiiiiiiii nr a, lor the
n itiiifimliini nn.I tlnlivory, In h, .■.'.'■-   u Hui
■ n  ul tin., in.iuiiii-l. lm- tlu- aliovi) lirldgo
i  eiiled for In Ilio IIIIIh of  Iron and llriwlnirn
In,,,,..,,
lien l-lulie. 11.',
lii.iivuiK-, Rpecllioulioiia, and cnmlilloiia ol
I'll.lel'illK .Uld eiinlrnel  nillj hu .een  nt UlO lie
narlitii'iit "f I'lil.iie tl'orki, Vlotorla, li.c. ai
ihe uin, fihe I',... in. i.,11,..i.i .ni  I'liiii.ei
lii-iieeiur. Vanoouver, H.C , .m.l.ii UioGovorn
mom uiiiie  lloraUtoko, H.i . on and (florlhc
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rihol nlilli   tturk    I.iihiiiiui   Uu    coined bank cl i or corllAonU) ol iloi	
 ITiiiiliri In    ninilu paynblo lo Um Hot) Ilio  IflnUlorof Pull
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i     earn B scon . „, „| ,,.,. ,, •..,,,   Wl||   ,„
1   l.iliuii   pipn   top, but !    "        I      Bu lino i men  put it   over   Ihi _,
,    .     .....        tbis  in I      piality, l.ulli   A ,      I style  by  1        cun  uf
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11 I ll     I '
IJ. Hume i(
Hospital Guild
'      ii wil    ' i   H ue ' ting "f the I.i
ii    pital I luild    ,.   I uesd ij. Jun,
i       ■■   lin. 11 at 113(1 p in     All
ire purl iculnrlj   ri ipiestcd lo
. presi nl nuttci    ol   imp rlance
Will   be lli   (ill
VI.      vv   ll   Ki ion, Pres
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I. I         Ilie   iilll.e   ..I     lhe    I'll.
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,i ii I'I ei    Annul,   II. i' I-I.il.,'   11,1!., oil
Ittlll ill,. I'  li.IIIIIII J   -' -III    lie   I,
i ii ii im ...... nil  in', '   !"■ iioooiitpabii •! '.}  .ii
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In till) .iiei. ,   ,.;,,.■.I. in Hi.'   mil ul     li lu.
■     Willi h   -1.1.11 l.f I'lirfeile.l il   lli,.
,. .'. lend '   loollm   '" i nlor Iulo conlraol
 ii..I ii i In do .....,' ii  i... full ... ..in
,.-. li   ,1..   wort   unl   ii lod foi      i In ■-!...,,,.-~
 'lllll! Ill      III    ih |n.  it Ul    ' 'I.'.'.'    In! lull
...    ill!   ..ui in in d  in ilium upon il.. .....
.III.,I.    ,,!    lhe "...il 1... 1.       lin.I, i      will mil be
. ..ii iiii red   ..ul'--   lu  unl   on tin, imm-nf
u iei. ,   "ei i    i .in ■! wilh ' ,.i   aclital  ilKiin
  nl Ui. n ii.l.i. i and eiielu .-I in lhu unvol-
npc fnruli	
I he    lOWU ,    U)'   .lll>    ll ll.Iri    Iiul  I II lh
loouptfil
I:   I '   ll AU II    I
I'n I    '   'v... i , I i _;  I
II. Ii.lllli.i III ill I'll   iiii   M   .il
Vlul , ll i     .I.u.ii.ii >   Wlh, l'.;i»» im, .^i;i
Edison Theatre Toniylit
nclii Ii il iii tonight .■- i'i
i he EdiBon I'nrlur I In il	
\ Blind Woman's Stnry,    Drama,
VII for ,i Bird,    Cuintdy
VV ntei ul Life.    Huh.ml scenes,
I'ul.ee li ,gs.    Ilistl'UClivo pictures.
i Hue s Everything,   Comedy
Address lo Men
I I,,'   ,.   nil   ci hering   ul   men  un
Sunday at -J  i'i i, ok in Ry, Y. \l. r. A
.. || bo ."l in ■ -' I '  ,,  ,irow   by Mi. K
M   (' ,iy, <ii  "Kuilliil g ;, l.'iu-i i lie
music i- , pli .'-,' g featun    I thin liuur.
Moving Pictures Tonight.
nr Ml.ik-  lm Mn ,ui,i ,,t Um Hi.,1,-.ui.i dull'.
-'. 'I   wlil.li   -Imii   IK- llll I. He.I 11    lhe    luu t v
leililellllU llei'line tu enler lulu elintriul nine
■ .lied .l|,..n I.i ilu hii. I In-i-lir.|lie, nl illi,ii..
'■' —llll lemllirer. will l,e 1,1 lir i io Ihoni upon
llie UXUCUtlOII ill  llll) I'Ulil I'lll'l.
I lie .lii-iui  .,1 Lhe -ili-i i- -fill len.lerei  will lid
ul'll-lled 'iiiiiii  hin fiiilil-hniK .i liiin.l   -nil.liie
I iii J- lu lh.   linn   III.   Mllllsl I   I'lihhe Willi,..
ill the  I il  ten  I l.im-iilid   ' -lU.ll'Hi).   fur Hie
'hie I.dill iii ul ilm conlraol,
Nu lender   Hill   he   emelili'l'e.l   uiilr., Iu,„l.
mil   uii   the  Iiirin  Ruppllcd, algnud   "lib   Un
...I iiii) fiKiiat tun ul  tin.'lenderur. nnd onolonod
in ilm uiivolops furiilsliod,
Tlio liiiM-i m  nny londor noi iiocowihi'II}
Hei-I'|ll.l'll.
I'. ('. (IAMIILI..
I'liblir Works I'jikinei't
ll,.ii.iiiiiii,it,i, Publio Wurks.
Vieiiirln. II.,'.. '.'Dili .liuiniiij. IUU0        ian :'i
WANTKI)
DltKSSMAKINU nl inu,lei'.il,. lonn
I.ul
MlS,   lin lilills, line   Mis.   II. (ireen, (t b
-I n el, inn 2n iv fi s
i.vVSTKRN OAPITAL ready i.i in
l\ vesllgale Icgitimiie invesiini'tii,
bind-, iniiini- ur mines—In British
Coliimhlii, Address III lirst In«tunci
with full pmiii iiinis 1'' ■'Capital,'
eiifi Noble & Co., MuImiiis Bank Blilg,
Vain uuM'i, Jan '2)1
WANTED   s.'cuiiil-biinil t.ni.itin",
-li"..-, east nil' clnlhlng, , le.
.1   I'. Hull.  '-'.'I  street, up| im   Kilns
. ..uii b.
\ i' i.. I'l.i i   By n. in led  i n iplc (ni
\>    il bin n2"i 3 fiinilslied n iuns
f<   Hgi't In " ei .oping,   Applv Mail-
IlLKAi.Uullke.

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