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The Mail Herald 1908-12-05

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Vol. 14.—No I
Age ti I
New Wellington Coal
E. W. B. PAGET,   MoKenzie Avo.
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Sto. I   ..     a       Proviflci
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'nnl:UEI few nun have
-*• thought of lhe in rn-
approach of Christinas,
Hut. there are thousands
of loving f"ie handed
women v,ho um already
planning, a n d s oon
Christmas will be here.
Thai dear time, thnt
glml time, when nil tlio
world shows it has o
henrl and is glad of the
opportunity to come forth.uin] show it, We will be prepared as usual in nil Departments.
L .ii.-ti-l ._.
N  i ei    In loll)   bnvi   IM
lind 30 complete n
slock of new, fresh
necessities um! holiday
luxuries. New Fruits
Nuts. Peels, [clogs,
Oonfeciion e r y, V, I c.
Table adornments nnd
ib'i-.ii'-iiiii'ii-. Our t'iii-
.1 ,     \i> pnrlmont    is
ri. n 1 '    :i,.,l     ..I      i'iiI
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lie-io wc have .. .. id
Selection of 1 hi litis,
in-efui and ornamental
that make n most appreciative   gift,
We are now clearing
i line of Ladies' Hold
Mounted Umbrellas,
very handsome, close
rollers, with silk cover
I tegular price $7.50 lo
$10.00 for      $5.00
MEN'S Fl.iJi.Ji_-_ii._C_.
Here i> n splendid gift
for any man or boy.
A -ei of fliiVters, A nn -
lets and Suspenders,
|nit up in n nice funcy
Christinas Box, not
the fancy fussy kind,
bul the real Fcntible
stuff thnt the men anil
Imys appreciate, and
within reach of everyone, at $1, $1,50, if2."
We have a splendid
line of Hockey aud
Skating Boots, in sizes
to lit children, misses,
Inns, girls and men.
A royal gift which will
lie more than appreciated, nt the very
reasonable price of
$3.00 and $3,50.
C. U. HUME st CO., Limited
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
9 A   Presnt   For   You I
I   Let us make a few suggestions lo you in   connection   with   those I
V Christmas Presents you nve going to buy.—We hnve just opened y
0 up mu Hi-sl ordei- of "LlBBY'S" World's Host CUT CLASS WARE Q
X      Everj pieee is ngem, all the bites-' designs, und we are going to A
Y sell tbem at the same prices as you nve asked for the cheapest ware, Y
Por    Nothing   * 9
is, more   approprial     ....i more appreciated than a good present Y
In   Cut Glass A
Look Over This List
Sterlin; Sivei Noveltii . Case
Curvi i'-. Sets of Knives and
Porks io Ivory or Pearl, Fancy
Clocks,I loses with Safety Razors
. \ i evi hing in guiirinteed Plated
Ware, Soup Tureens, Ten Sets.
Fruit Baskets, Bu ler Dishes.etc
We have placed iu our eases
this season, the finest selection
ot Hand-painted
ever seen in   Uritish   Columbia.
If you want Coud (liiods, Good
Values and Good Satisfaction
Come and see Our Goods
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
Imperial Barck of Canada
Head OfTice   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
4,990,000.00 |
4,990,000.00 nr Agents al all principal points in Oanada.
Agents In Great Britain and United States   Loud  l-.ugluml.
l.lovd's Hank, Ltd.   Chicago    Pli'Sl Nationol Hank, Corn Bxchange
National "Bank.   Seattle -Seattle National Bank,   Ban Franclsoo
Wells Fargo, Nevada National Bank.   Bpokane—Exohange National Hank,
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of!. 1 und upward, received, nnd interest credited four
times a year.   Special attention (riven to out-of-town accounts,
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
ap ■    ■ —■ _y
Ladies' and Children's Wear
Sec Them before buying Elsewhere They Cannot be Beat for Value
J usi received a fuil
stock nl Ladies' and
Children's Shoes,
Coats, Furs, Blouses
White   Swans   own    By   The   Yard
Opposite Climax Hotel, First Street, A
Weighing   Regulation   By-Law
A special meeting of the city ooun-
oil    was    he'd   lust   night with  Mayor
Lindmark,  and   Aldermen    Sawyer,
Stone, Lefeaux, Foote and  Woodland
The mayor stated tbe reasons why
the meeting hud been culled, it being
found neoessaryto puss bylaws repealing Cement Sidewalk by-law and
Boulevards by-law, In which there
lAve been certain Irrogulartioa in publication and passage Alter general
discussion tl" by-laws were Intro-
ilucul repealing the Cement Sidewalks liy- law mul Boulevards by-law,
and read three tiims, passing with the
unanimous consent of the council.
A by-law called the "fuel bylaw"
was introduced, receiving its three
readings uml passing with the unanimous oonsent of Ibe council. The
substance of the by-law is thut all
liiewood und oordwood must be mensural by the city weigh master before
being solo, each conl to contain 128
cubic feet No curd wood shall be
piled unfairly uml no crooked wood
put in it, this having to be piled by
itself. Th ■ weigbraan must examine
ull lire und cord wood, und ull weights
and measurements must be binding.
All fruud will be punished, All conl
and cok1? must be weighed anil certificate)! given. The weights and
.-calcs used will be iiinse established
by tlie Dominion of Canada. The
weigh scales in charge of the city
weigbman or bis assistants, will be
open Iroiu 7 3. a.m. till (i p.m. The
following scale of charges have been
Measuring every load of curd and
tire wood at weigh house, 10c.
Measuring wood on the premises of
vendor or buyer, or on river bank:—2
cuids or under, 25c; 6 cords and over
2, line: IU cords and over 5, 10c; additional cords over 10, 2:.; coal and
coke, 10c.
Fifty dollars, or in default, 30 days
imprisonment will be the penalty for
all infractions of ibis hy-law. The
weigh master and his deputies will be
available at different portions of the
city. T. Sturdy wus appointed weigh
master and Chief T. VV.liaiu assistant.
A resolution was passed that the
Police Magistrate be paid a s.ila-y of
$500 per annum, to take effect Dec. 4.
The court of revision for the voters'
list will sit on Monday, Dec. 21, consisting of the Mayor, Aids. Woodland
and Sawyer.
The expenses at the power house
will be taken up and discussed by the
Fire, Water A- Light Coinmiitee
Aid. McCarter sent in his resignation as alderman for Ward 2, which
was accepted by the council, who decided they woii.d not take steps
to till the vacancy now that the
present term was nearly at an end.
The meeting then adjourned.
Election of Officers—Finances
in Good Shape
A meeting of the Revelstoko Curling
club wus held on Wednesday night in
the city hall. The enthusiasm and
sporting qualities ol those who attended made up for luck of numbers, The
financial report fur the past year was
read and adopted, the olub being in a
very satisfactory condition financially.
Tbe lollowing officers were elected for
the coming season:
Hun. Pres.—I. H. Jackson.
President—VV. A. Foote.
Vice-Pres.—J. Guy Barber.
Secretary—0. M. Field.
Treasurer—.1. T. Pollock.
Executive Committee—A. E, Rose,
C. K. Macdonald, A, G. Brooker.
Nothing definite in regard lo the
curling season was decided and eii-
other meeting has been called for
Monday evening. Dec. 7th, ut 8 o'clock
in the city ball, to which nil who are
interested in curling nre invited.
School Attendance.
The attendance at the public schools
for November was as follows:
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as         o o
i   i*
as        s-
_.       ft.
High   School—.'iv.   1      16
114.(18     !)
     II.    14
I)4._6     ;)
Public School—Div. 1.    11
110.42      H
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9..20   18
'•     —  *■ III. 37
81) 78   11
"      —   "IV.  42
115.11    22
•*      —   « V.    32
94.14   17
—   " VI. 41
94.51   2(1
••      —   "VII. 51
91.45   32
..      _   -VIII 111
95.71    42
"      —   "IX    54
'.14.39    27
•■      —  "   X    51
90 06   32
TuUli 42.
94 01 253
Fatal   Explosion — Canadian
Gold—Chinese Rule—Indian
Trouble- -Frozen Socialist-
Rapid Disease
Nanaim s Doc. 5—Hy un explosion
of dynami which tbey were thawing
iii ii trying pan, two Chinamen wore
instantly killed and a third seriously
Injured at Duncans yesterday, The
men killed were cut up in s terrible
manner, fragments ol the bodies being
scattered everywhere about the shuck
The Injured man has small chances 0
Ottawa, Deo.5.—English sovereigns
minted in Canada will be iu circulation bolore Christmas. They will be
coined from gold taken from the
Larder lake dlstriot,
PekINO, Dec. 5.—Au imperial edict
issued yesterday pledges the throne lo
continue the policy Inaugurated by
Emperor Killing Hsu uml especially
the programme winch provides ior the
granting of a constitution to tiie empire at the end uf nine years.
VANOOUl'KU, Dec. 5.—The idea of a
general uprising in India is scouted
by Capt, H. K. E, Freelaud, I!. E., ol
Lahore, Punjab, who is a guest nt the
Hotel Vancouver. While no little
unrest prevails in certain districts and
provinces, be maintains that the
movement is far from being n national
WlNNlPEO, Deo. 6—lohn T. Morti-
iiior, former president of the Trades
und Labor council at Winnipeg, who
resided in Vancouver off and on since
1900. being twice the Socialist candidate for that city in Dou-.ion elections,
is dead. His body was" found yesterday frozen in the ice ol tbe Red river.
Ottawa, Dec. 5.—jVccording to a
report of Supt. Perley of the Indian
department, the total Indian p.ipul i
tion of Canada ou March 31 lust was
110,205, a   decrease   ol   140 from the
Grand Chancellor Brown Visits
Gold Range Lodge
II. A. Kriiw n,iui (Iriind Chuiicell. r
of the Order of tho Kni_,hls ol Pythias
iii Uritish Columbia, paid an official
visit to Gold Range Lodge .'> i, 20, on
Wednesday night.     After the regular
order of business hud been transacted,
(Iriind Chancellor Brown gave a very
excellent aibliess on notes on Order,
describing bis visits to Hut various
lodges lu lbs   province and expressing
bis pleasure at  the marked progress
I'ythiaiiism was making thioiigh BO,
Ho reviewed tho situation ul Feru'e
since the lire, and made an appeal to
the Knights to support to the best of
their ability lhu cause ol those who
were working for the campaign against
tuberculosis. He was glad tu see that
Gold Range waB making such good
and steudy progress. A lew remarks
on the working and general business
of the lodge concluded an interesting
address. An excmplilication ol tbe
third rank aud degree work was then
carried out and the lodge closed its
business, after which the members sut
down to a thinly repast to which full
justice done. Au interesting
toast list was honored, and among the
many addresses the Grand Chancllor,
in replying to the toast of the Grand
Lodge, again expressed pleasure in his
visit and satisfaction at the work and
progiess uf Gold Range. A few remarks from the. "iniby Knights,"
brought a pleasant and instructive
session to u close.
Schubert Symphony Club Give
Pleasing Concert.
ltcvelntoki* music lovers were treated
to a delightful entertainment at tbe
Y.M.C.A. on Thursday night by the
Schubert Symphony Club and Lady
'.uartettc. Tbe programme, taking it
nil round, contained many items of
high order, which brought out the
tine talent of the performers.     As  in-
$2.50 Per Year
of 40 deaths over births during the
year. The heavy mortality is due to
record of   1907.     There was an excess  etrumentalists,    the   players   showed
their skill, the harmony of tbe mandolins and guitars being very pleasing.
A feature ol the string music was tne
perfect time maintained. This was
also instanced iu the vocal quartette
selections, the voices blending in sweet
harmony. Mr. Purcell gave a splendid
performance iu violin music, as did he
also on the mandolin, his pieces lieing
Hsun Tung, the Three-year-old
Monarch, is Crowned
Pekin, Dei 4—The coronation „f' enthusiastically applauded. While the
Pu Vi, the three-year-old Emperor of, programme contained many pleasing
China, took place on Wednesday in [ itelH8i wllicl> fhowed tbe BkiU ot tbe
the imperial palace, where, according Performers, yet the audience would
to the traditions of lhe throne, he ] ,mve bee» eve" n,ore pleased if several
the new name of Hsun °' tbc nlore familiar melodies had been
! included, when such excellent   talent
was  given
The ceremonies lacked the brilliancy
of former coronations owing to the
death of the Emperor Kwang Hsu
and the Dowager Empress Tsi An.
While Pn Vi will be emperor in
name, the real luncti ins of govern
ment will be, as they have been, in
the hands of Prince Chun, the child's
lather and the late emperor's brother.
would have been heard to even better
advantage. One of the beet items was
the rendering of the famous "Schubert
Serenade" but the ladies' quartette.
Changes  in   Municipal   Office
Term Requested
Several important changes  relative
to civic and municipal matters were
Train   (Ypw   l_i.nn»P Stnrv nf laid before th8 Provinoittl Government
I rain   brew uispuie aiory ot by tlu, exeout.ive of thk Un,on ,of B
Ah  Tom. C.   Municipalities  thi.   week  at Vic-
Kamloops, Dec. 5,—The case ol tbe i l"rlu*
late Robort Somen, who it is alleged i A clianBe in tho term of municipal
was thrown Irom u swiftly moving i ol,'le0 «"»« asked lor by tho executive,
train, and thereby mot hie death, has j 'rom one year to two years. It was
had a few developments during the pointed out that the present system
past few days. | prevented anything like continuity of
The provincial police, acting on an- j Polic>'s »,1(l tlmt a9 a matter °'  'aot '*
thority   Irom   the   attorney-general's
department, examined the members of
the train crew and the report has been
forwarded to the department.
No further advice has boon received
and it is unknown whether or not the
inquest into Sinners' death will he re
Thu members ol the train crew deny
any knowledge of the affair. They
say it, was dark and thai they saw
nothing of Sinners. He may have
ridden on tlieir train, but they were
not aware of his presence.
In view ol this statement many hn
lievo tbat the inquest will not be reopened. Again the statement of Ah
Tom, who said he Isaw S .mers lieing
ejected from the train, ie the statement of (our trainmen which serve as
a complete refutation.
We will store your selections until
Xmas, We Hre going to clear out
every fancy line we have this month.
Get in aarly—Lawrence Hardware Co.
Don't forget wc ars in a position to
give you your wedding cake—that is
everything that goes to make it up.
Yuu do the cooking yourself. C. I).
Hume A Co.
hud become a practice in many places
to give a mayor or reeve a second
term on this account. What is proposed is that mayors shall lie elected
tor two years and aldermen for the
same term, hall ol the aldermen to
retire annually, in order to meet the
views of some who prefer the one year
term it is suggested that belore the
new plan would he put in lorcc it he
submitted to the ratepayers at an annual election.
Control ol private clubs was another
matter taken up by the executive.
This is, of course, as to a number ol
organizations which abuse the club
privileges tbey possess in common
wilh respectable clubs. The executive
was informed that the government
had decided to introduce legislation
on this subject at the coming  session.
It was also asked that the holding
ol courts of revision lie placed earlier
than at present; that the school rate
be, increased Irom five mills to ten,
and that registrars be authorised to
register tax Bale deeds. Rulings were
requested on thn meaning ul doubtful
sections in tho Municipal Clauses Act.
To Set Before You
Is waiting for you here in
the shape of a nice set of
crockery. There are complete sets and odd pieces
such as Dishes, Plates, Cups, Saucers, Toilet Sets,
Pitchers, Bowls, Basins, in the best makes of Knglish,
French, German and Austrian ware. Glasses of all kinds,
Tumblers, Deciliters, Table Sets, and some very choice
pieces in Cut Class. You will find this a jjood opportunity to stock up your china closet and kitchen, or get
presents for your friends.
Xmas Groceries
Our Christmas Groceries are coining in. We have a
complete new stock of Raisins, Currants, Peels, Shelled
Almonds, Walnuts, Fruits, N'uts and other Seasonable
Goods; while in such staple articles as Flour, Ham, Butter, Fggs, etc., a trial will satisfy you that the quality of
our goods, and our prices are right. Let us have your
order for Christmas Groceries.
Groceries        Hardware       Harness       Plumbing
Y   '' 2rt_»in|y
c! look Warm
ftr. Swell Dresser
You know it is not a crime to teel real
warm. It isn't a pleasant thing, is it to have
chills chasing each other over you ?
And while you are keeping warm you
might as well have an overcoat that will "look
good," too.
" Our Overcoats will make you feel good,
and look good, and make good."
Let us coat you over with an overcoat."
Our Foot-rite Shoes we sell have good
bottoms on them and also good tops, although,
you wear shoes at the bottom. Our styles are
loppy. A pair will keep your feet in good
McKinnon C& Sutherland
B. E. WALKER. President Paid-up Capit_U,$l 0.000,000
alex.  laird, o.n. Mgr.      Reserve Fund,   -   5,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in United Slates and England
Savings   Bank   Department
Deposits of %\ and upwards are received and interest
allowed at current rate-, and paid twice yearly. Accounts
may be opened in the names of two or more persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of the number or by the survivor.
Zbc flfoa.Mbcralo.1
llttVELMllKI,.  B.C.
Barristers, Solicitors,  Hi
Supreme and Exchequer Conn
Agents. Practice in Paten',
Office and befoic P.ailvvaj
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Barristers, Bollollori. em.
rkviuttokx m--tbq_tj.akkb «'
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ANI) l'i N..HAM,
urrers     limui 1 s". IP ilium, ltitvm.
ITOBB, is.   '. to lo_n.
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Su, B, UaOamn
V.   M.   l'lMtll»M. J. A.   llAIH IV,
Iti-v-lfUiki'. I'l-iuiliriHik. 11. C.
Banff Hard Coal
J. M. Scoll  l.L
icon   .-   BRIGGS
W. 1. ItrlKK"-
Momrv tu l.oA.N
first Street.
Reve -soke, H.C
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
Box 1IXS, REVELS       K
Chewing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
Zbc fll>a.U1ben..fc
There is .u anicr. bad iu the be>t "f us.
Aod bo much B'tod in the wor-t of tu.
That it hardly behuote--" any nf as,
To talk about the re?t of us.
Tin Mail-Hkhai.ii has always
advocated ihe patronage and upbuilding of local industries and we
cannot impress this practice more
strongly on our readers than at the
nresent season of the year. We
ask that ali loyal hearted citizens
visit our local stores to select their
presents for Christmas. Our merchant" have made early preparations this year and the people
should take advantage of this and
make it a point to get in at once,
in order to secure a better and
ivi.ier selection. We are safe in | ilv should guflice.
saying that in few cities are the
merchants more wide awake nr up
io date than in Revelstoke, und
lewer still study the wants and requirements of customers better than
our local stores. To cope with the
ever changing whim's and tastes of
the buying public the stores have
provided very thoroughly for
Christmas -shopping where gifts of
We are now receiving a lull supply ol tlit*
different sixes of this Coal, tbe best domestic fuel on the market.
All orders will be promptly and satisfac*
torily attended to,
Try some BRIQUETTES in your Range or
Open Grate,
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
I.   O.   F-
('.sun Miiimt Bagble, Ki . MM, niosi« Bad mul
till M.hi.iny in 11 nil. iiuxt tu Opera
ll'ui-m VislsliiK liroilitou ciinlitilly iuvituil tit
J.W. Uuil.ANl), U.K.
H. w. Edwards, h.s
c. w. o w
Mountain  View Camp, No. 220
Mootc Baoond mul Fourth Wednesdavi in
eaoh month, In Selkirk Hull. Vtaltln woodmen oordlally Invited t° huoihI.
W, li.,
J. MislNTYltK, ettirk.
F. O. E.
Tlio rtiKuliir mootiiiiiH nre Imi,I in ttie Relkirk
Hull   every  Tins ,Inv   uvniiiiiK    ut    8   ii'olliuk
Vi-> ,;,.; lirmlirnn urn cnrttiiilly itivlled.
J. LESLIE, FtotsiDitNT.
W. E. MoLAU('HljIN,Bl'.eilKTABf.
more direct fruit thtin sent away to
catalogue houses from which it
never, never returns.
Human nature would not be
human if it didn't have something
to kick about and one of the chief
things cf the present time which
the people are levelling their complaints at art* their taxes. No
matter if the taxes nre high or low,
they grumble just the same. It
has been long a close question
which has aggrieved humanity
most, death or taxes, and neither
has prevailed us both are certainties, lt Ib loo uiucli to expect that
people will pay their taxes cheerfully. Thi' origin of taxes harks
back to the lime when kings continually forced Iheir subjects to
contribute money and goods, to
spend on tbeir twin mistresses—
war nnd personal extravagance.
Hut today it is all different, for
while the contribution is still forced
tbo force used is that of the people
tbemselves. In a democratic community taxes are nothing hut cooperative and contributions to the
common good. hui still they are
not paid cheerfully because of the
lurking suspicion that equality
does not prevail. VV'e would bave
the people understand that co operation in public works and in all
matters that will aid in the ml
vanooment and welfare of the community leaves such a wide margin
oi profit over anything that a man
could du individually, that substantial equity, if not perfect equal-
'he value re-
O.P.R, (Jo. to place a ligbt on nortb
aide ol tbe track, while the people cast
and west of us bave tlie light. At ibe
Oourt of Revision the Mayor told me
lie bad ordered a light put in north of
the track, at my place, a week belore
that date. On different occasions
after that the writer asked tbe elec
triciuns about said ligbt nnd was told
they hud uot got the older to put in
the light north ot 0.1'.R. and at a later
date tbey informed me that they
could not obtain permission from the
C.P.R.    All I usk is luir play.
It    T.UTINii.
Kevelstoke, Dee !!, 11)08
Kootenay Lodeo, No. IB, A. r. * A. M.
Tlio regular tueol-
nus. lire linlil in ll"'
Oddfellows Hull, un
the third Moods; in
tturti   iiiuntli    nl    H
p m. Vis,iiinKbroth-
roi;    cnrtlltttly   V")l-
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12, 1,0,0. F.
Meets ov.Ty Tliurs-
tiiy ovoiiiie: in Sni
kirk Hull at S.i'i'luck
^^^^ Visiting lirolliron lire
cnrilittlly invited In iiltontt.
Editor Maii.-11kiui.ii.
Hear Sir,—Will you be good enough
to make public for the information ot
those interested in mi ling in your
district that 1 shall be s. itail to receive
particulars of progress made during
I90.t at all district mining properties.
What I wish to be supplied witb is information relative to development
work done, plant uud machinery put
in, ore production (if any), and such
other details us woulp be of general interest. It will not be practicable for
me to visit all the mining camp- before the preparing of the several re
views and summaries of mining in tbe
province in 1908, I have undertaken
to write, so your district can only be
given notice in proportion to the in-
f,.niiuti"ii tliiiuc immediately inteiested
in it shall Bupply me with. Communications should be addressed to
me in care of Strathoiiia Hotel, Nelson, a
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No, 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
.  ex-tupt iieui VYodtMiBday
eae li inunili, lu   is    .ililtell ivy.
Hal)   ut   s    i'oI 'ck.    Vision
Knights ii"' e ir'llnlty   nvl toil.
U. H. SHOCK  K. of H. & t_.
J. B. Sl'OTT, JJ. ol F.
Revelstoke Assessment District
TAKE NOTICK Hint 1 shall bold u
Court, of Revision and Appeal, under
tbe provisions ul' the "Assessment
Act.' respecting the Assessment Rolls
fur 1000, for tbe Rovelstoke Assessment
I) slrtet, un MONDAY, the of
December, 1008, at the hour of eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court
House, Revelsluke.
lilted  .it   Revelsluke  this 17th duy nf
Nni umber, littls.
Judge of lhe Cunt tof Revision und
Appeal,   Kevelstoke Assessment of Wesi Kootenay.
N iv IS Dee. U.
Bracelets ^ -~ - -
Doyle & Allum, Ltd.
Among Preparations
Dining ltni'in Furniture ia purtlo
nlurly essential, and in litw nl
ihisi (not we have selected it very
desirable line ol elegant and
artistic dining tables, chairs and
Bub lumrds. An early inspection
should lm made, aa the price we
are asking Ior such superior lurn-
i t ure- makes tbem a most desirable
deoo ration.
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Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers and Dealers iu Live Stisek.   Markets in all the piinei
pal Cities und Towns of Alberta, British Columbia nnd thi* Yukon,
Packers of the Celebrated Brand   " Imperil.'a'" Hams and Bacon,
ami "Shamrock" Brand Leaf Laid, 4
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Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police for a renewal ol my retail liquoi
licence for the premises known as the
Hotel Kenton, at Beaton, B. 0., for the
liulf venr from Jan. 1st, 1000, to June
30th, 1900.
Dated Nov. 14th, 1908.
nov 18 lm Wm. Bovn.
Tnke notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor licence for lhe Criterion
Hotel ut Camborne, H. C, for the half
year from Jan. 1st. 1009, to June 80th,
Duted Nov. lllh. 1008.
nd to be ol most service should 1 nov " ' "' 5.' T* Aiu;v.
reach me by the   14th inst., as several j
summaries will have to  be  completed      ,„ ,
-,,,,.,- ,- , lake  noliei
nnd mailed by 1Mb mat.   1 ours truly,Iapplieatiori to
0. J 11II BS,
Editor B. C. Mining Recoid.
Victoria, B C . Dec. 2, 1908
ceived for  taxes is a much mooted     	
point; there is often great waste in —
them, inu the margin of waste - Revelstoke Replies to Opponent
not comparable   to  what it would       of Wnjte Brjtjsh Columbia
cost   individuals   to   do for them-;
-elves what the   city, for example,
thnt I intend to make
the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor licence for the Windsor
Hotel al Illecilleivaet, H.C, for the
halt venr from Jan. 1st. 1909, to June
30th, 1000,
Dated N"o\*. Tib. I'.HIS.
nov 7 lin C,  11. MollRlS.
accomplishes Ior them. Ideas as
to the saving by co-operation can
be seeu if one contemplates a civic
community   in   which each of its
Toronto,  Dec   1 —Edward  Adair,
Manager of the Adair .Mining Company of Revelstoke. B.C.. warmly
resents  the itatement of Ker. R. berl
Johnston in his Sunday eernioti thut
Canadai! destiny la to   ding  wide
Take notiee that I Intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police foi a renewal of ihe
ft-tail liquor licence for ibe Lardeau
m ■  Comaplix, li <'.. for the half
year from Jan. 1st. 1009, to Jtnie 80th,
Dated Sov, 6th, 1908.
Joseph DtiMoyr.
every kind, well assorted and taste-1 members   ami   householders hires: portals to the east.   Mr Ads--   -
his own policeman, pumps his own j    "White people in our province are ,
fully displayed are now to l*> seen
in every '"ranch of trade, gilts
which wil' suit old and young as
weli a« lull ami moderate purses.
The selection will suit even the
most fastidious, and Christmas
shopping generai'.v can be very
weli done right at home ami far
l-etter than by sending for doubtful
things from rnaii order houses. Hy
making purchases early the rush of
shopping on the last day will be
eliminated and the merchant- and
tbeir assistants will he thereby
considerably relieved. Uur adver-
tis-itjeiile will show that the merchants have prepared for a brisk
Cliristma- trade anil every satis-
i.i-tioii is guaranteed. Outlying
sections will do well to write
for pneet- and list* of goods
jiotn our city merchants who
have made all arrangements for
immediate and prompt delivery of
ali order, received. This fact should
put a stop to the unjust practice of
dialing with eastern catalogue
In istus where goods are bought
blindly and where the customer
has to take whatever is sent hltn,
and in most cases shoddy and
worthless. We strongly urge our
people therelore to do their shop-
iiing ' at home " where they can
■ee what they buy. By doing this
and helping the city merchant
Rnvelatolte must needs prosper for
trade begets trade, ami local money
-] ,,• . not ii .■ tb it we  Vlessvu. Ogilvie
_       A Mi'liiiii'K "f Vik'i-p, oiietel .-ipply
: ... 1       ui      ,„„ tt^<. ,™ ; open our doors to Oriental   immigra-! Ing to the Superintendent "f  Provin-
Bht, establishes his own hre pro-1 'y . ■  ,.        f,„.
6    ' ; tion means commercial   sanitary nd S"   rllcense'"
religious rain.   Our entire population   Nakusp, B.i
..   j including  Indians,   will   not   exceed
lays his own sidewalk and does his s60jW0_   We already  have   Hindus,
own improvements.      lhe average j Chinese and Japanese to tbe number
llevelsloke ctti/.en would be swamp-1o( ;'i)i0o0 and their pr.aence and load as to  time and money if  he al-  Qngnce is distinctly injurious "
tempted to perform these activities   _
individually.   Of course it is plain NOTICE
that the kicking about taxes is not     ; ■,.,.. notice that we intend to make
always   meant    seriously.      It    is appIii»tlont_) tbe Superintendent of
"'"a- Provincial Police foi  1 renewal of the
rather a precaution,   the tendency retan liquor licence foi the Lake' ew
of   all   governing bodies   irto  pag I Hotel at Arrowhead, B.C.. for the half
water,   provides   his   own     street j unit   againet   inch   idea.   To  throw
lection, disposes of  his  own garbage, educates   his   own   children,
newul of   retail
ir the Leland   Hotel nt
for the half yeai from
hitniuiv Ist, 1909 toJune _0t_  1009.
Dat_d Sov, 7th, 1908,
nov 7 llll       Oiill.VII.  ,V   Mt KlTRIl K.
T.ik.- 11 '  ','• nd  I   make
applical - i i s-i ititr-tiili-n'  of
Provincial Polti foi a renewal of the
retail llquoi llcenci foi the City Hotel
al \n nwhead, tt. C foi the hall rear
room .1 in   1-1   1909       1 11." 88, 1909
li I  Vov. ill
nov t^H w.kv.
Import direct from country ol origin.
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J-.   ALBBET     STO__sT___]      PEOP.
Central Hotel
_a_____—REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Newly built.       First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Special Weekly Rate*.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under   same    management
Cut Flowers
Wreaths, Bouquets
11 you want Wreaths, Bouquets,
Crmses, etc., made up trom the
choicest dowers, by a fully qualified artii-te at reasonable prices
send to
P.O.Box 146, Coldstream, Vernon, B.C.
Orders by telegram or letter receive our prompt attention, and
shipped carelully packed.
Don't forget the name of the firm.
They took 1st 8pecial Prize at the
Vernon Show on the 16th Sept.
for the best Floral and Horticultural Display.
MHU.if-ic.nr6<_ fur       cln_<36s of buUd_uf(.t
for -ttlo in Urirn nr smttll'gtinntitins
nt tlm   |H irn*. fur *'»:-ti.
All Undi <•[ bnilriloff hh'I Hnstorlng
year from Jan. L«t, 1909, to June.SOth
Dated iVor. Tib, Iuoh
nOV 7 llll I'I.i MTU-   A l  ll l
Tnke notice tlm * I Intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial   Police   for the transfei of
V-her.   there in '■ the retail liquor line nee nf the Lardeau
wnere inereie Hot8li now ,i(i|(| ,)y  me   to Joseph
an evident purpose to give the pub-   Dumont.
U, it. money's worth in service and     ~-»W. Bth^ I90a ^^
where the taxing authorities show -
the spirit ol  equity in their assess-! NOTICE
ments  there  is  substantially no
real cause for complaint.
and eternal vigilance and perpetual kicking are usually conceived to
be the necessary price of efficiency,
while many there are who kick on
principal, which kind are numerous in Reveletok
Information Wanted
l.litor M in. Hkkh n
bear Hir,—Please permit me to ask
h question through the columns nf
ynur paper. Should this city collect
t .xes On property where they have
never done  uny  improvements, and
| the   Mnyrir   and  Council   claim that
circulated round the city hears fax I tbey cannot obtain the light Irom the
Notice is hereby given thai we intend to make application to the Superintendent of Provincial Police fora
renewal of the retail liquor licence fbr
the iiliieiee House, al QIaoler.B.O., for
the half vear from Jan. Isti 1909. tn
.lurir 80th, 11*111.
Dated Nov. Tib, 1908,
nov 7 lm O, P.  ItV, Ch.
Notice is hemliy given that, 1 intend
to apply  to  the Superintendent ol
Provinolal polios tor a renewal ol the
retail liquor licence lor tbe   Kooteuav
hotel, IJiirton City, II. 0,
Dated Oot. 24,1908.
Wm. Lovatt.
i ik»   . it   I Intend    ■ make
appl ca -oqii-i [nlendenl of
i1 .. al P . for ■ renewal ol tbe
, : "in e for the Union
Hotel rn .tt"whi'_d. H.c forthi hall
year from Jan let, I'J" to. to June HOth,
1900 \..v   M'h. 1901.
OV 14 lm VV. .). LfOHTBI if-
Pake notice that I Intend to make
application f" theHuparlnteiulentof
Provlnolal Police for i reus _Sal of the
retnii liquorllcenko for the Coronation
Hotel 'it   '   nub.,i in-.  II ( .. for  ll,e half
year from Jan. Int. H*si, to June HOtti,
Dated Noi   7ib, ll*w.
nov 7 im Cory VIb.viik.m k.
Take notloe thai I Intend to mike
application to the Superintendent of
Provinolal Police for n renewal of the
retail liquor lloonoe )'"i the Camborne
Hotel at Oamborne, B.O., f"i the half
year frnm Jan Ist, 1000, to June flOth,
Dated Nov. BUi, U«w.
nov 7 im Dave Obb,
AH   kinds   of   new
Dealers in
Wah Chung, - Front St,
P.O. Box, 106, 1'iiosi; 20
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
i Revelstoke Land District.
i West Kootenay, B. 0.
Take Notice thai IX) days after date
I I 11. Wi Lindsay of Camborne,   li. 0.,
' occupation, merchant, intend tc ipply
1 ior permission to purchase the lollowing descrilied lands situated  on  Fish
Hiver, Went Kootenay ilistvlct.
Commencing at the north ea-,t cornel' of A. 1). MacKay's pre-emption
No 7,81)0 and marked " K. W. Lind-
sav's Noi lb-West Cm t or Post;" thence
8 cliains lo west line of McKinnon's
pre-emption) Ihence 60 chuins south;
thence 8 ohatns east to MacKay's;
thence north 50 chains to point of
commencement, conluining 40 acres
more or less:
Located Oct. 15th, 11)08.
It. W, Lindsay, Locator.
Take notice that I intend to make
application  to the Superintendent of
of Provincial Police for ft renewal of
the retail liquor licence for the Reception Hotel at Oamborne, B.C., for the
half year from Jan. 1st, 1909, to June
••Kith. 1001)
Dated Nov. 7th, 1008.
i nov 7 lm Cory Mbnhbniok,
Notice in hereby given that Ibe
time for the reception ol tenders for
Vernon, H. C. Public Building has
been extended to December 30th,
Plans and spccilieatious are also to
Ihi seen at Victoria and Vancouver,
Ily Order,
Napoleon Tebsibk,
Department ol Public Works,
Ottawa, Nov. _0th, 1908
Nut iie is hereby given that I, 11. Mc-
Intusll, of Halcyon lint "Springs, B.C.,
Intend lo apply In the .Supcrinleuileiit
of Provlnolal Police, at Lhe expiration
of one month from ilnto hereof, for a
renewal of my retail liquor license for
the   premises   known as the Halcyon
Hot Springs Hotel at Halcyon, B.C.
H.   Ml'lNTOHH.
Dated at Halcyon, H.C, Nov, 2, 1908.;
nov I lm
Take   notiee   that I   iuteud lo make
application to the  Superintendent of
I Provlnolal Police for a renewal of the
I lelail liquor  lieent-e for the l.vii Hotel
at Oamborne, li. 0-, for the half year
i from Jan. 1st, H*hi. to June 80th, bwo.
Dated Nov. llth. l»m
nov II  lm Jims A. TllKW.
RU,IUC' '    TAKK NOTICE   that   I   intend   lo
i. .' i make application to tbo Superintend*
-.--»-    -, —r-.r;-,,   to appy to   |i|lt of fir,)vl,.,.|„i   Polite for in eneival
ihe Superintendent of Provinolal in 0f the retail llnnor llrense for the St.
Hoe for n renewal of the'.retalLMqnoi , u.„„ H,,,,.| u,, i_,.nll Bot Sorlngs, B,
llcenee for ths O n's Hotel, oom*. qm for half j_ear rnwn January let to
plix. H.C .liiniHOth. 11*10.
Dated Nov. Hnl. 11*18. Dated Nov,, 1808.
nov4lm J   H. YofNd.    I wno»2S M.GRADY.
Niit.i'e in  liereby   given, that thirty | r
iluys   after dale, I intend
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
StocK of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For th* Farm, Oardtn Lawn
or Ooniervatory varietin at rranon
able prices, No borers, Scale
or fumigation to damage stock.
No windy agenU to annoy you.
Buy direct and get trees and
seeds tbat grow.
Fertilisers! Bee Supplies, Spray
Pumps,   Spraying Material,   Cut
Flowers i etc. Oldest established IHirasry Otl the mainland
of R, 0<    Calulogue frer.
Green Mouses ami Seed  HOUICB
Meals, 25o.
MEAL TICKETS. -  $.500
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
"Sat. Dec. .i, l-uke Erie,
"Kri. Dec. 11 Kmp. of trel'd
Fri. Dec. _5 lip. of Brit. Pri Deo 11
Wed.Dec. Ill I.k. Manitoba
Fri.Dec. 25 Kmp. of Ireland
"Special Christmas ships
Ist. etas'! 2nd. Class 3rd. Clasn
$8i 50   $48 7.. $.S'7d
111. Class 2nd. Oust jrd.| Claim
$05 00       $42 jo       $27 50
Other I.akk Boats—
2nd. Class ,ird. Class
$45 00       $27 50
Cheap tales to Atlantic Scab aril
points in connection with   .team-
ship tickets.
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg aiid
all other continental ports.
For further Information apply to
T. W. Bradshaw,    C.B. Foster,
Agent, A.G.P.A.
Revelstoke, B.C.    Vttncouyer.B.C.
Certificate of Improvements
Window Mineral Claim, situate in the
Trout   Lake   Mining   Division   of
West Kootenay District.
Where  located!—At  head   of Seven
Mile Creek, Trout Lake,
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie,
acting as agent   for   Neil O Donnell,
Special P.M.C. 37811! William Bennett.
F.M.C. No.  B»5877i  Bruce White, F.
M.O. Bl___4: and  P. H. Murphy, F.M.
C. H22987; intend, sixty days from the
date  hereof,   to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a
Crown Qrant of the above claim,
And further take notice that action,
under Section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2_th day of October, A,
D„ IlKW.
octUl-eOil 0. B. N. WILKIE.
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia;
Between Grace Westfall, Plaintiff;
James L, Stewart, Assignee for benelit of creditors, under "Creditote
Trust Deeds Act. 1001," of James
A. (iiitllth, and James A. Griffith,
Notice is hereby given Unit pursuant
10 the Order mode herein, of the Honourable Mr. Justice Clement, May tho
lltib, 1007, and to the directions of the
Registrar of this Court at Nelson, Lot '•
22, 23, 12, and 13 in Block .il, in Trout
Lake City Townsite, registered plan
530, will be offered for sale at public
auction on the premises in Trout Lake
on  December the 16th,  1008, at the
hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon by
George M. Yuill ns Auctioneer. Tbo
said premises will be offered for sale
subject to a reserved hid.
For further particulars and conditions of sale apply to Taylor A O'Sheu.
Nelson, B, C, solicitors for the plaintiff.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 17th day
of November, A.D., 100..       nov 21 3w
R-M.mes-t.o-n at Orown Qrent
Wliarous uu tbe 20th duy of November, \wi. a
1 rnwn (Jrinit wils issued m tbe mime of Frederick WiislibtMini*. for Lot 811., Group 1, Koote-
nay District. Thnt ovldetico has since beee
li->nn i rtxlucod ..howink that thi B1 id Krivler'c*
Washbourue diwl uu tbe 7th nf Auaunt, 1907,
'•'imt) timo prior to the i.H'imuce of the said
('town Qrant. That br atrreetnent dated 3Dth
Aiisnst, I0UI, tbe said Frederick Wftohbourue
a- -ii.n»-'l al) bin estate, right, title uternr-i..
claim and denmml whatwiever in the said land
to Thomas Hhauku llcPberson.
Notice is therefore hereby given, in pnn__i<
auce of Section 98 of the "I_an<l Aet,'' tknt it in
i l.e inieiitiuii tu cancel the said Crown Qrant
i.suedlo the name of Frederick Washbourne
and to issue une in its stead iu the name uf
Thomas Shanks McPhersou three moutLa from
the date hereof unless good cnuse le shown te
the contrary.
(Jhief .Commission.), of Lands aud Works.
Landb and Works De pa rim out,
Victoria, B. C. Uth Ootober, Jw8.    oet IM« THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B.   ti.
Suggestions for Christmas
Don't put off buying to the Last Minute       Buy Useful Presents
Christmas Skirts
In navy and brown, good value
at $10, special Christmas price $6
Unusual cutting in prices. Black
Moriette, sateen, etc., deep flounc-
ine, dust rullle, regular price $ 1.50
and ?2 Now $1.00
Ladies' Blouses
At  stile   prices.     All   wool Cashmere, Lustre  antl   Fancy  blouses
Hetpilar prices were $2  und 2.50,
Christmas price $1
Handsome Mantles
Emphatic Reductions.  Christmas
sale prices. These are new styles
nnil ibis teat-ou's goods. If we
have your size we   will  make the
price to toil _iour pockutbook.
Golf Jackets
Linlies Golf Jackets in all colors,
Norfolk styles.
Misses'Golf  Jackets—to  fit gi'ls
from 10 to 15 years, regular $2.50
Now selling at $2
Dainty Waists
In Net, Lace and Silk. The un-
u.-ual low prices presented make
this an offering that should cause
every woman o make note of it
Prices from $2 up
For the Children
Winter coats and dainty silk
dresses at Christmas sale prices
Collars and Belts
Just arrived for the Christmas
trade. Nice assortment, new and
dainty goods
Our assortment of good umbrellas
is perhaps the best we have ever
shown. Ladies' and gentlemen's
umbrellas, best tape edge, gloria
and silk covered. Beautiful showing of fine handles—gold plate,
sterling silver, all guaranteed—
Prices range from $1.50 to $6
We have thousands of them, from
children's picture handkerchiefs
to the finest embroidered linen.
Fancy Useful Gifts
We have a large range of inexpensive articles, such as, Leather
Hags, Children's fancy leather
bugs, opera bars, necklaces, comb
sets, wool jackets for tbe babies,
fancy bibs, garters, cushion tops,
linen centre pieces, etc.
Furs ! Furs!!
Ladies' sets, children's sets, odd
neck ruffs and muffs, shoulder
capes in sable and seal.
Regular price $115 now $15 00
Xmas Goods for
Men and Boys
Fancy braces, ties, cashmere scurfs
cuff links, armlets, sweaters and
cardigan jackets, Smoking coats,
men's suits at $16,50, sale price
§11; men's overcoats :;U2, -al*
prico $7; boy's heavy warm uvi r
coats, long length, $3; hoi's reefer .
velvet collars at $2.50; boy's g
tweed suits at S2.50.
Boots and Shoes
We can offer you some exceptional values and all goods are
Kid Gloves
Nothing more appreciated by lady
or gentleman, than a pair of gi i il
kid gloves.
I ress Goods
20   per.  cent  discount on all our
' dress goods.
Blankets, etc.
Full size white blankets selling at
§3.75 per pair
Trimmed hats, regular prize §10,
Christmas sale prize $5.00. These
hats are new and of the up-to-
date fashion, and you can rest
assured of receiving double value
fur money invested in this line
of goods.
Shop Early"
REID     &    YOTTlsTGr-
Shop  Early- I
Canada's Greatest Success in
Hand-Tailored Garments
Fit-Reform has won its
big success under the most
direct comparison with
garments made by the
leading merchant tailors.
Men, who wanted the
best garments that could be made, tried
both, and ars nc.v wearing Fit-Reform
Suits and Overcoats exclusively.
Any man, who wishes the greatest
possible value for his money, should make
the same comparison.
Revelstoke.  B.C.
Under Auspices of Fire Brigade No. 1
Opera House, Dec. 10th
Grand  Marc.   Commences   at COMMITTEE:
Nine p. tn.
Fancy  Costumes  Optional, but C. AbraAamson, Chief
all present must be Masked. a C ^^ Quimui
Prizes will be given for tbe Best
Costumes. H. -Siegfrid, Secretary
TICKETS   $1.50      LADIES   FREE
Queens Jtotel
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars.     Travellers to
Fish Creak will lind excellent accommodation at this
Directors Meeting — Details of
the Year's Business-
Future Plans
A meeting of tbe directors ol the
Fruit A. Produce Exchange of B. G.
waa held in the local office on Tuesday, Dec. 1, with the following present:
James Johnston, Nelson; C. S. Hand-
cock, JG. Salt, G. R. Lawes, Enderby;
E. V. BeeBtoti, Nelson; C. A. Cordy,
Summerland; J. L. Vicary, Peachland;
A. E Meigban, Kamloops; C. Erieson,
Malakwa. H. Puckle, Victoria; J.
WilBon, Vernon; \V. B. Robertson,
L. M. Hagar, city; R. Robertson, Vancouver.
Tbe first order of business was the
reading of Ihe financial statement and
general report for the year. The reports were adopted as read, the finances
being in » good shape, taking int ■
consideration the del of the year's
business being less than anticipated
end the lack of capital. The actual
shipments ol Iruit and produce fell Car
short ol the amount estimated, which
was chiefly due to the fact that growers were shipping individually and not
through the exchange. The object of
the meetiug was to discuss and arrange
for a complete reorganization ol tbe
exchange on new lines whereby the
local branches shall be under contract
for their estimates to the head office
and the growers to tbeir respective
local exchanges. It is hoped tbat by
this means tbe liefer financing of the
I business can be done. It was also decided that tbe plans put forward shall
be discussed by llie various local exchangee, who will make their reports
at the general annual meeting to be
: held in Revelstoke on February 1 aud
2. 19(11). It was also decided tbat during the heavy shipping season one ol
tbe bead office stall' shall locate t n
tbe prairies and look alter the interests
of the growers.
The question ol better express and
freight rates on H. C. fruit will be discussed at tbe geueral annual meeting
in February.
The year's business was discussed
and tbe heavy falling off in actual
• ueiness done from what was estimated created considerable argument.
Tbe lollowing is the list ol ship
ments lor the year: 171 car shipments
of Iruit and produce, 703 cases ol
rhubarb, 14,628 cases strawberries,
1,607 rascf raspberries, 1,585 cases
blackberries, !l,248 esses plums, 14,874
cases apples, 1,2.'I7 cases pears, 119
easel tpiinces. 27 casus apricots, H5H
esses crab apple*, 3,837 cases prunes,
55 rases ljOgan berries, 9,37G cases
peaches, 3,5611 lbs. gooseberries, 7,992
lbs. currants. 33,983 lbs. cherries, 13
cars nl mixed vegetables, 83 cars hay,
21 cars potatoes, 1 car canned goods.
A large quantity <>l small shipments
were alio made.
At End of McKenzie Avenue Are
Greatly Improved
Few people at this time of tbe year
take it into their heads to walk up to
the recreation grounds at the soutb
end of McKenzie avenue, but a visit to
that locality will well repay any
trouble. Great and marked improvements have been made by the city
authorities ou these grounds, which,
without exception, we believe to be
one of the finest and best situated of
auy in the province. The arrangement of the grounds has been considerably changed by new surveys, the
whole having been finely levelled and
enclosed by a substantial wire fence.
A fine open, Bwelping approach leads
up to tbe entrance, and trees have
been planted at short spaces round
the entire ground with the exception
ol the west end overlooking the Columbia, Irom which a superb view ol
Revelstoke, the Eagle and Jordon
passes, aud the range ol hills to the
north and west, besides the stately
pile of Mts. Begbie und McArtbur
towering away to the south, can be
obtained. The grounds contain a
spaciout, lacrosse, baseball, football
and athletic sport arena, at one end ol
which is a 100 yard sprinting path
laid out and measured, whilj round
the whole is a line running track a
tilth of a mile round. The grand
stand has been moved to a more
central position and inside the fence,
and will before next summer receive
additional repairs and improvements,
At tbe lower end of the grounds is a
depression where children can play
and bave tbeir games uninteiruptcd
by any thing that .may be going on
on tbe upper ground. We understand that it is the intention of the
civic authorities to arrange for swings
and other forms of amusement for
children. Tho money put into these
grounds ior the benefit of the public
baa been well spent, and Revelatoke
now possesses as good an athletic field
ae any city iu B. C. Such improvements lor the beautifying ol tbe city
are moat commendable and the policy
ol tbe city council in carrying them
out ia a wise and laudable one.
The 'management ol the Edison
Parlor Theatre is contemplating still
further improving what is already u
first class show, and a credit to the
city. Four evenings » week, lor a
very smsll sum an hour or a couple of
bours amusement, may be had with
vaiied and ever changing moving
pictures. Tonight are to be seen
some very amusing and interesting
pictures, which cannot fail to please
young and old alike. Undoubtedly
the " Little Parish Ghuroh " is here
to stay.
Local and General.
Supt. T. Kilpatrick has left the city
for his holidays.
The first issue of the "Observer," E.
A. Haggen's new weekly newspaper,
was published yesterday.
W. H. Fogg, of Vancouver, has
been appointed chief clerk in the local
C. P. R. offices vice W. VV. Foster, resigned.
H. A. Brown, aB Grand Chancellor
of the Knights of Pythias in B. C,
made an official visit to Arrowhead
Lodge K. of P. on Thursday.
A meetiug of the executive of the
Revelstoke Cricket Club will be held
in the office ol C. M . Field, on First
street, on Tues lay evening at 8 o'clock.
C. H. Parmelee, ex-M. P for Shef-
lord, has heen appointed King's Printer
at Ottawa in place of Dr. S. E. Dawson, who has retired after seventeen
years service.
A sidewalk trom Third street to
Second street, up the west side of Kind
street, has been put in by the city and
is a great convenience to pedestrians
,n that, vicinity.
A meeting of Fire Brigade I will
take place on Monday night, Dec 7.
Special business will be taken up, and
it is Important that ull members
should b-  present.
L. M. Hagar, of the Fruit & l'rcduce
Exchange uf B. O,, has stateil that
here is nu intention of removing the
head office of tint exchange from
Revelstuko lo Calgary
For ihe. last few days the thermometer has been hovering somewhere
near the rem point. In cold weather
like this you don't have to go to tlie
post otlice to Bee people stamping their
The December number of tho "West
wind Ho" magazine contains a very
interesting article on the "Marble
Caves iii British Columbia or the
Famous Deutschman Caves," by Hon.
C. A. Mackintosh.
Skating enthusiasts have been having gootl sport on the ice below the
wing dam this week; the ice surface is
particularly smooth and clear, ami
every ovouing largo numbers have
been taking advantage ol it
A consignment of Nerndt electric
lamps has arrived at the Cily Hall for
use bv residents. These lamps give
over 100 candle power but only consume about ihe same current as two
16 ciinille puwer lamps and are unbreakable.
Don't forget tho Maequarsde Hall
under the auspices of tho Fire Brigade
Mo 1, iu lhe Opera House, Thursday,
Dec. Hlth Grand march ut 9 p. in.
Mask anil domino, mask ami ordinary
clothes and musk and fancy continue
cun be worn. Buy a ticket uud help
the firemen along.
Kov. F. W. Jones, ugent ol tho Bible
Society, will conduct scrvico in St.
Andrew's church tomorrow evening,
At the close of tho evening service
there will be a union service in the
Baptist church in connection with tie
Bible Society. Rev. F. W Jones will
add'retS the meeting Representatives
from the societies of the different
churches will he present. Owing to
the illness of the president Rov. Mr,
Hall will occupy ths obair,
The city council passed a by-law at
I their meeting lu9t night called tbe
' Fuel By-law, and among its provisions
it iB necessary that in piling up cord
wood for measurement the crooked
wood must be piled by itself. It would
be moro to the point if they could arrange that all the crooked people
ahould be piled by themselves.
At a meeting of the Ladies Hospital
Guild yesterday afternoon arrangements were made to secure for the
hospital the usual Christmas cheer for
the patients. The public should remember that while they are enjoying
tlieir Christ mas fare in their homes,
tbere are others in tbe hospital who
would be grateful for a share of the
good things of the festive season.
One of the latest novelties just introduced into Revelstoke is the
"I .anauto,"an automatic piano player
manufactured by the D, W. Kirn Co.,
of Woodstock, Ontrrio. Kincaid &
Anderson are the local agents. The
instrument csn be attached to any
piano and can be operated by any one.
A "Piiiuauto" is installed in Smyth's
cigar store, where its qualities can be
lested. We understand lhat the price
is very moderate.
A post office bus tseen opened at
Arrow Park, on lowei Arrow lake.
I'he town of Arrow Park is s.tuated in
ibe centre nf a thriving settlement of
fruit ranchers, and although 'he sub
division was only put on the market
Ies than a year i go by the Kootenay
Orchard Association, that company's
modo of diluiiu uiuii as curriitl "lit ut
Fruitvule, has again proved a success,
and thit new venture bus advanced sufficiently lu be entitled to a post office.
—Nelson News.
Railway employees appear to be
having mure than their share ol
Inuiiile tin--'- days, says the Calgary
Herald. Innumerable wricks have
occurred recently iu which, in Dearly
every instance, members "f tlie train
crew have been killed The section
foreman at lltirketon junction is DOW
Under arrest In connection with the
recent f'tn! smash at Sandbank, Out.
Il is said he neglected to see tbat the
switch lamps were provided   with  oil.
W ,1. Brandrith, secretary nf the II.
C, Fruitgrowers' Association is en.
ileavuring to procure a reduction in
the freight and express rules nn fruit
frmn B. C. to the prairie provinces
ami from tho Interior of B. C. to the
coast cities. At present rates the
margin of profit to the fruitgrower
after paying expenses is so small as to
he unr "iniinerutive especially as to
tender fruits. If favorable rates can
be obtained Mr. Brandrith says that
B. C. Iruit will soon drive out that
from foreign countries.
Special to the Public.
Not thut 1 am needing the work had
enuugb to i fr prices, yet willing to do
the right thing by those who have
stood loyally by me as a Revelstoke
citizen, I will make from now until
New Vear a beautiful photograph,
mounted handsomely, with every order
for cabinet photos or larger,and promise you. ai in the past, to leave a little
of your money in Revelstoke where
each of my customers may at least
have another look at their money.
Thanking you very much for past
patronage, I am very sincerely,
E  F. TfCKKK, Photographer.
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Board by week   -   S5.0O
Single   meals 25 c.
McKenzie   Avenue
end guaranteed
Here's a Happy Couple
(tinting un the road to owning
property, and they'll be living
under their own roof when
their friends will Still lie paying i-eiii. We are offering tnera
REAL  ESTATE    within   five   years,   will
double In value. (Jan do the
same b> other*,   Hest lots in
vieinilv, tight along lhu road
to illipiiiveinents -Get on   tiie
band wago i for llevelsloke,
Ileal Estate and Insurance Agent,
_;\     in hulel.    Apply tO  Mail Heiulil
t.tlhe. te
I.10K SALE-Aiitight Heater, self
r feeder, Price Ui-'i Applv Maii.-
lli.ii.M.ii. dec .">
I/u'lt SALE One bedroom suite.
JP al-ii one three-quarter iron bed.
Ad In Hr»l   clus-s   condition.     Cun lie
 n bol wi in lu a.nt. .'imi fi p.m.   Ad
drett P.O. Box 796,
[..OR   KENT-Residence   .if J.   M.
J?    Scott.   Apply to Scott 6 Briggs.
WANTED Bedrooms to lei fur
ni-in-ii, board il required,terms
moderate. Apply A. Gain, 4th stret,
curlier of .MeKeii/.ie Ave-       W t _4 tin Till': MAII-HKIIAI.I>. Ill'IVKLSTOKE, b. c.
Revelstoke Calendars
K) Cents
Nothing thut you can send to your friends at Christmas will he
more appreoiuted tl m pictures ol your home town. OurRovel-
itoke Calendars are  handsomer than ever this year, containing
th Bpi, ndid i'i' uii- - of the city.   These calendars ar" pm up In
zes .ill ready tu mail.  They should be mailed nexl iveel; in jrder
to reach the Old Country in lime lur Christmas,
We also carry Xmas Caids   'inl Calendars in endless variety
ind al   ill  prices;  Rocky  Mountain View I'unl    I' ivato Xmas
i ','„..:    i, v Books, handsome leu her bound voluu.    of tho Poet.-.
.,' ,'i i ,;,..'; Fiction; Chatelaines, I.eatherPurses, Souvenir Spoons,
mtnin Pens, Photo !'  imes, Toys and Dolls nf all kinds.
Druggist        C. R. Macdonald        Stationer
Hindoo Deportation
ol   th
Ottawa, Dee 4,—Official
department nf lhe interior ai"
o ni'iii that nu official s'ep.- will he
tken to transport unemployed Hi i-
n is in British Columbia tu British
Honduras in view ol the opposition
offered the proposition. Tboy realize
that u large number of the East lndi
an. are likely to be out ol work during
the winter months, and are lin bio to
becuino publio charges. If these con
ditions arise it is not improbable that
nioaaures Ior their deportation tn
Hongkong and possibly to India will
be adopted.
C> <><_K><><H}-0<K><^^
Real Estate, Ins. .ance and Commission Agent
Office on First St., Opposite the Club
Rents Collected,
- ... ii — At  Vernon.
19 18, to Mr. and Mrs. II
t'ager, a son.
Dec.  .'inl,
W. Sward-
Weather Forecast
Saturday,   Dec
pr< I'stble snow.
Min. 15 : .
• i.—Cloudy,
Local and General.
Mrs, Creelman will sing in St. Andrew's church to morrow evening.
G.'ml comedy at the Edison Parlor
Theatre tonight.
Kire Brigade No.   1   will hold their
election of ollicers on Monday night at
"Tricksey," the beautiful colored
picture at the Kdison Parlor Theatre
i  nigl
P   Leoscli   sustained a severe sprain
i   his ankle last  night while  Bkating
;. the river.
Mt.Cu kp secretary ui the Y. M.l'
A, will conduct tbo morning service
in St. Andrew s church,
I'he I. ml its:' Aid of the Methodist
church will give a tea in the parsonage
Friday, Dee. 11, Irom 3 to li p.m.
Come ami see the 'Witch's Kiss," a
lutilully colored transformation pie-
lure ut un. Edison Theatre tonight.
Tbe penumbral eclipse of the mo u
will be visible on Monday night iu
the city p'ovided that the ni^ht is
Do ii"! overlook the date ol the
Mexican operetta, Thursday, Dec. It*.
Thin will be a musical treat anil every
one should bear it.
Col J. Irwin, of tbe Grand Domain
oi B.C . Uniform Kunk of the Knights
ol Pythias, will inspect the lncul corn-
paoy early in January
.-■un shine noi necessary—Trueman's
_tay will be until Dee. 31st, 1DU8
our .Peeial offer.     Eighteen  you
11 fresh, und the
Ask for prioes.
Our new Fruits are now at your disposal, I
quality is such that there is none better.
We can interest you.
If you wish your Cakes nnd Puddings made we will do it
and guarantee the quality as good, und wc think better
than must people make,    Ask our prices.
In one lb. packages or tins, also in bulk, equal to any
home made, und the prices arc within rcaoh of all.
Hobson & Bell, Bakers and Grocers
) o-o-o o-ooo-ck> <><><><><>&<><><y<><><><><><>&
Karn is King
The right Piano at the right price.
Call anil see us before you buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agents.     Money to Loan.
^^^^^^^^^^^      See
Ver.     Eighteen  yours established iu Vancouver and Kevelsloke
Wc ire pleased to see that Bob
Smith, who litis just recovered from a
severe attack of typhoid fever iu the
hospital, is around again and making
excellent progress.
Sunday  at -1 o'olook in the Ry. V.
.M C, A. there will be an interesting
address by the Kev. F. W.Jones, of
Vancouver, on "One Step in this
Cbristiau Life." Everyman invited
Mr. Knebel, who wae to speak on this
I te, .- -:c'k. is'jl hope- I" be hen
later on.
'.'ne ot" the principal pieces ul" logis-
it: id at tbe recent convention ul tin
B, ol I. F 1' at Columbus, Ohio, was-
tbe allowing ol full compensation to
lusurai members for the loss ol one
ye, Alien.' previously it was only allowed for total blindness. For moral
claims that do oot come strictly uudei
the laws of the society, but which the
members thought should  be allowed,
Why Christmas Parcels Fail to
Reach Destination
Tbe many pust ollices of Camilla
whether uf large or small centres of
population, now have their walls
adorned with sundry notices to the
public regarding different classes of
mail matter.
Although usually ul  bud  lettering,
| these'wiirniiigs aie utterly disregarded
: in many eases, if read at all.
The   postal    rules   governing   the
' parcel-post to foreign countries are
'nun ofti n trauBgressed, with the vexing result tint ihe parcel must lie in
tlie dead letter otlice until tin postage
is sent by the addressee whatever
country it may lie intended f' r,
The rate [or parcels post tl in Canada   passing   t"  place- in Canada or
i I"nited Slates is une cent pel ounce ur
fraction,; but with other oountries
and Canada there is u special parcel-
post rate for each, which is clearly
shown in the postal guide with which
. all postmasters ure i npplied.
For Instance, a parcel addressed to
England, Scotland or Ireland, even if
only weighing a fraction of an ounce,
inns', be prepaid sixteon cents, and
■ bear a oustums declaration ol contents
and value. Otherwise ii promptly
finds its way to the nearest dead letti r
office, where it is opened, and if the
sender's name and address are not
within the person addressed is notified
Ior the postage.
Catholic.— liev. Father Coccola
pastor. Beryict-B are hi Id on the Kirs'
and Third Sundays in every mouth
at the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Muss: 10:30 a.m, High Mass
und Sermon; - p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30( Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
Business Locals
Ebony  Standard   Goods   at   Bews'
Drug Stoic.
Cream'rolls and cream pull's fresh
today at Hobson & Bell's.
Eaton Hulbert Christinas Stationery
at Hews' Drug Store.
Skates all sizes, skate Btrips, hockey
sticks at Bourne Bros.
Ask at Hobson sv Bell's for pure apple cider foi your mince meat.
Complete Displays of tlifts at Bews'
Drug Sture
Brass mid Copper Presents in large
assortment at Bews' Drug Sture.
Have u luuk at our Cut Class. So'e
agents for I.i by's—Lawrence Hardware Co.
A few boxes of .lap oranges in today
Come in early or telephone in order
to procure.    C.B  Hume & Co.
A Safety Razor fur ifl makes a good
present for the yuiing shaver—Lawrence Hardware Co.
Your Xmas cooking will be much
improved by using a Kooteuuy or a
Saskalta range, for sale by Bourne
Have yuu seen tins Swiss Army
Rilk'9 Justin, witb bayonet attached,
(or $5, the chance of a life time—At
Lawrence Hardware Oo's.
St Anokew's Pkesbytehian—Rev.
W.C. Calder pastor. Sunday, Nuv. 29.
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m . Sunday
School and Pastor's llible Class, 2.30
p. in. Prayer meeting on Wednesday 8 p.m. Choir practice and teachers' meeting, Friday 8 p.m.
Knox PRESBYTERIAN—.1. It. Hubert-
sun, 11,1)., minister. Sunday services
ul ll a iu. antl 730 p.m. Sunday
Sehuol und Pastor's Bible Class at 230
Prayer meeting Wi due-day, 8 i"',) p.m,
Choir practice Friday night, 8 o'clock.
At the Sunday morning service Kev.
T. Wilfiird Jones will preach, and at
the evening service the pastor will
preach on the subject ''Starting nut
well." A cordial welcome to all and
strangers specially invited. The pastor
will be at. hiiine on Friday nights, and
will be glad to sec any and all who
desire to call.
St. Peter's (Anglican)—Re\ C. A,
Procunier. M. A.. Rector. Second
Sunday in Advent. Services. *. a.ra.|
Holy Coramunii n. 11 a.m Matins
and Holy Communion. Evensong,
7.3H p m.   Sunday School, 2.30 p.m.
Ba._ti.t- Kev  W. P. Freeman, B A.
pastor.    Servici I al ! 1  i.i       ud   7.30
p.m    Siiinhi. Bcho . and Bil
2.30   p.  ni     B. V   P, l\  Mot-da;    it ti
p P |g   V. . •     - . 1 ,y   8
|. m.    All are invited tl   ; I —■   -' ri ici -
M irei   :    - it S
word 'r' m tbi cross    'It .- I
young |
We have just received a shipment uf
pine white clovei honey direct from
Ontario Ask to see it ul Hobson A
Skaies, skates, lor every one. All
tin best make including the Automobile, Aluminum Top—L:. h rence Hardware Company.
Keep ynur bens laying. Buy sume
of our new wheat, osts, bran and
BhortB A our just received this week.
C. B. Hume A Co.
C. P. R. Will Make big Improvements in Mountain Hotels.
Many improvements in connection
with the lintels ol the Canadian I'aci-
lic railway in the Rockies and Selkirks will be carried out during the
winter months.
Tourist travel is expected tu assume
record-breaking proportions next season iu view of the Alaska World's
fair at Seattle.
Mr. J. P. O'Lcory, superintendent ol
construction ol tbe 0. P. R. hulel
system, passed tluuugh Revelstoke on
Tuesday this week, alter a trip ol inspection. Mr. O'l.eury stated that
the big hotel ut Banff will be entire!}
renovated while u number of additional rooms will be added to the hotel ut
Field. It is uleo the intention ol the
company to provide twenty new bedrooms in connection with the hotel at
Glacier, while spacious grounds will
be laid nut ul the Lake Louise chalet.
The Yoho valley camps will be also
greatly iu proved. Although looattd
olV the line uf railway they ure well
patronized bv tourists during the
summer months.
The Canadian Alpine olub will hold
its annual meet next July at Hector.
Many European nuiuntaiu-clinibers
have signified their intention of being
Are now in onler und a \i.-it tu our Btore will suggest
nt of uscfi'J presents for nuv one of the family or your friends.
We a", now opening up our i liristraas stock ami you will lind
one of thu prettiest selection*, in town, Boiling at our usual
low prices. Among the lai.:e assortment you will lint) many
Furs of a!i Qualities'—Fur
Sets and Muffs for Children. Handkerchiefs at
Six for 25c.  up   to $2.00
Fancy   Articles  in   hatpin   holder.-,   pin
shapes,  gloveunil   hainlkcrcliief  boxes,  organdie
with ribbon flowers, burnt  velvet   centre   pieces,
linens and Battenburgs in all sizes.
Watch for our advertisement next week-
to interest you.
i U! ilii
in nil
ii   I ups
-ll   will   be   sure
-A K=
Raisins, currants, peels, nuts, tigs
and dates, all fresh stock, at Hobson
A Bell's. Ask Ior prices before purchasing.
Just to remind you that we have
die ist selected ttickof Xmas presents in the lown. Compare our prices
with Ivi oil's—Lawrence Hardware Co.
A i" inplete assortment of Xmas
cakes "inl plum puddings now open
for inspe lion. Order early and get
tbe best at Hobson _t Hell's.
One of ..ur Metal Art Eleetrio Table
Lumps, with Siik Shades makes a
splendid pre-'-' i lor lather or mother,
A choice for if.— Lawrence Hardware
Xmas Gift
that will give years  nf service
is  the  idea]  one.
What is heller then, than u
good Watch Movement Set in
a Solid Gnld or 0 ild filled C se
Wn can Blipply this suitable
article in cither Ladies' or
llents' from
$15 to $200
I. Guy Barber
Official  Issuer of Marriage
The Leading; Cigar Store
and Pool Room in tha City
-S     111
best  and  lar.
Original   Mac',
expressly   for
rst      ^^
's   Mix tun
its  I iv I)
AllUIS'T full
John   Dkbi
plows, ha:
farm Impli-
ineuts ul all
made   nnd
Horse Shneiu
11 Speei.-ill y
First Class Work Guaranteed
A  All Orders Promptly Executed   	
the   Bum   of $145,000   was  donated       [t U most regrettable that Christmas ing on Mouday nigbt.   Specie
This will go altogether tu lniurcd uml ; ,,,.,.
members   who otherwise would  parcels should he for week, in dead
aged ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
have to watt tor death  in  order  that
their heirs might get their benefits.
Social and Personal
Mrs. MclCitrick ol Nakusp is a visitor in the city today.
Mrs A K. KiriCaid will not receive
Monday next, the "th inst.
-i. H Wells lelt on Wednesday nigbt
n t visit t   his home in Quebec,
Mr.and -Mrs. F, B, Lewis have returned Iruin a visit to New York and
other eastern point!.
letter ollices. while tl      ■.;•--■
he  recipients, who probably were e
peotiug tbe parcels, anathematize ti i
Canadian posts
i. i       ideii
Cut F owers
i    . j jantbemunis
ther Cul  Flowers su ipli  I
Bealby   N'eison, B.I     (P.O. Box 891
S      11 Jan. 11
For Sale
Dry cedar   ci rd   wood-
General Agencies   Ltd.
-   nd,      ,- - ■   —
sei        .    . ck.
day S,
i' il    7 30   ]
,n_ .ii  -s       loci
eliti ke are not . rch '•
me to these services
'■   »! programme  of   pictures ind
musical  the  Edison   Parloi Thi itn
tonight. Don't mist —■ ng ' fricksi
the clever princess,
\\ i sre just   peniug up . era*.     '
brown betty teapots in all sizes prices
and styles also -t ne mixing bowls,
pudding dishes and jelly m uldi st C
ft Hume _ Ci -
Have yon: photos now lor Christ
oi is uml have i ui special ulTer and a
.uanintee that they will please you
Established II* war.- in vancouvei
and Revelstoke.—Trueman'« Studio
vi i Canada I'm,: ,\   Book Hton
Xmas Cards
and Calendars
'■ larger and more vu
-' .. li than ever before.
-i'i:ii. Rocky Mountain
View i ai i-
Cbristinas Posl Cards in
Tasty i alendars,
mu SALE Ar
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"■ ;md people arc thinking about what to buy, the first thing
that naturally comes to 'heir minds is the matter of cost. When
niying any article you want to know that you are getting full
•alue for your money. Again, you want to buy something
that will be useful to the recipient as well as give him pie sure
in the thought that it is your gift. This is where we come in.
We have a line of goods suitable for father, brother, husband,
or lover. Articles, any o( which will delight the wearer.
Guaranteed as to quality, and al prices to suit ihe most economical. Come in and look over our stock, it will cost ynu
nothing, Don't take a chance on the Catalogue house, but see
what you are getting for your money, Here are a few of our
special Christmas bargains, which cannot fail to please you:
i most useful
I, BO, 1.715.
Mufflers .--.nil Neckscarfs
A splendid nssoi'tinuiil in
-hmles and culors, from .Vie. up
tu .8,75, full Di ess Soat'fs, Ilm
latest thing uut .1,'_.."'ii to 8,75,
Fancy Hose
Fancy bull' h<
150, 78, and OOc.
Kid Gloves
In all sizes, iinliiieil.
"i-  Hue   Moulin sill*
foi'iuiilo 'mil dre
lo 1)12.70 per pah*.
Wool lined.
lined, 1'iitn-
. I'    Ulle.
Capital $3,374,000
Rep. Fund •    98,874,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents ami Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of lhe World.
A iiiNiiiti hankino v. i iiANHAorm
At all Brnnolios     Interest allowed .it hiKhoat current rnto.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
--..,' . mi,    Silk   i.i..'.    Imrdei
i: . ■ Ilnl ulfur $1
■I for .VI
with  In111
_ goo l     inbi ells   li
Hw |L_Bi i.   st.7..
. i i.r ,
i -'ii
Fancy Shirtu
(If evs-l '.   de     '
l/es Icon, l|l   ll
.1 I
Fancy Vests
lu   ..II   -bub'--   Iiiiiii  ._.
ii 50. .Miike-n handsome
I'.mi'v  Sweater*  with
I ii-, fi tl.7ii up in 81
I'liie y walslcoals al i*i'i
ill Up III
"I col
ll indsome
11inn w^ 7/i
oiilo w7
Skating Boots
Por men  and
UKI and 88.75
Smoking Jackets
\ splendid line ol Hllioklllg nnd
House .Tiinkets, 8(1 to 8.B0
The dressy yoiiuu man will lind
somethln_( In please htm here
in nil the latest stylos aud
shades from 18c, up tu .1, A
popular Beller in n fanoy box,
.ill I'I.Mil (.ill      7.">e.
I'a'.h Robes
The   latest     inipoi'liitii
Now Vork, soiuollilng
Rovolstoko, Q-l ,75, .'tt.'i, ,'i
110*1,    in
.'ill. ijitl.
House Slippers
liesi your leet In n  pair of our
eoinfortablo house sllppera, all
Blues, $1 tn $'A per pair
Uanclnx pumps, faney patents.
8iik Underwear, Etc:
l'i in' Silk Underwear Sin pr suit.
(mill I'l.-eee iindei'Weiii- $1    "
silk Pyjamas, $1 50 lo 87,
silk Nl(_hl Hlilrts 8li I."!), 8iii
Special Bargains in Clothing Until Christmas
20 p.c. Discount off all Men's Suits       35 p.c. Discount off all boys' suits


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