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Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family use there is nolhing so
wholesome and so pure as HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
IT'S BOTTLED AT  THE  SPRINGS
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Vol. 13,-No  104
REVELSTOKE, B. C. JANUARY 11, 1908
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Storee at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
JANUARY SALE
IO
Women's Coats—Prices from $20 to  $25.00.
Your choice for
$9.50
50 Men's Hats—$2 to $4 Hats.
for the small sum of
Any one of them
$1.00
Felt  House Slippers—Children's  Women's  and
Men's $1.25 to $2.50.    Now
$1.00
You can
Your
Twenty Children's Coats—$5 to $8.00.
buy them now for
$3.00
Ladies' Waists, a mixed lot, worth $1.00,
choice for
50c.
A Loi of Ladies' Waists in Flannel and   Panama
Cloth.    $3.00 to $4.00 Waists
^^^^   1.00
Special Sale of Manufacturers' Samples.=
Ladies' Silk Waists, lovely goods, something
different than has been shown in town.
SEE THESE.
$2.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
Fall Cos-Is ArrMnr Dally.    tr—matting and Millinery Rooms, 2nd Floor
J
/BARGAINS! SEE OUR NORTH WINDOW*
Big Sae Commencing a turday, Jan. II, for One Week
Be one to get a share of the Best Nickle-Plated Ware ever offered
in B. C. and at prices lhat xvouhl not buy the crude copper to-day.
Nickle-Plated Crumb Tray and Scraper only 30 cts.
Nickle-Plated Tea Pots only 30 eta.
Nickle-Plated Coffee Pots only 30 cts.
Copper Niekle- Plated Dippers only 40 and 50 cts.
Copper Nickle-Plated milk and Kico Boilers, $1.25, $1.80, $2.00
Copper Nickle-Plated Ten Kettles 85 cts
Copper Nickle-Plated Butter Dishes  $125
Copper Nickle-Plated Sugar Bowls 75 cts
Copper Nickle-Plated .Spoon Holders 00 cts
Copper Nickle-Plated dream Pitchers 75 cts
Carpathian Silver Trays (oblong) 35 cts
Carpathian Silver Trays I round) 25 cts
Other lilies of the same ware all marked down at cost.
See our table of Bargains in   this Wire     Watch  for   further announcements.
V:
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   COMPANY,    LIMITED.
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GOOD   BUYS
Choice Building Hot, Second Street, 50 1 100 feet.     —$ 550
Corner on Third 8treet, 126 x 100 feet. . —$1400
Double Corner, Filth Street, 50 x 100 Icet. -       —   350
Two-Acre Blocks, suitable for Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre • -$100 and $150
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
FRUITGROWERS MEET
Election of Officers for Current
Year.
The general annual uieetiug of the
Kevelstoke branch of the B. C. Fruitgrowers' Association was held in the
City Hall on Thursday night with a
lair attendance. H. F. Hay as vice-
president took the chair. Minutes of
the last meeting were read and adopted. The secretary theu read the balance sheet and financial report for the
year, showing that although the ansn.
ciation has no liabilities funds are
urgently needed to carry on the work.
A resolution was passed that the secretary Bhould write to VV. J. Brand-
nth, general secretary, requesting him
to endeavor to obtain better rates for
fruit shipped Irom Kevelstoke and
also to procure the names of those
branches which have complaints of
like nature and report at the general
meeting of the Fruit & Produce Exchange on Friday, Feb. 7th. The following officers were elected (or the
year 1908: H. F. Hay, president; J.
Fletcher, vice-president; H. E. K.
Smythe, sec.-treas.
The question of a fair in conjunction
with the newly formed Kevel toke
Agricultural Association was discussed
and it was decided to endeavor to cooperate in the matter. The secretary
said that he hoped that mere interest
would be taken in the association and
that the members would be prompt in
paying their lees. The meeting then
terminated.
FREE TEXT BOOKS
Important Recommendations by
Trustees' Association
Victokia, Jao. 10.—Free text, books
and medical inspection of pupils io
the public schools were tbe two chief
subjects pressed by the delegation
from tbe Provincial School Trustees'
Association which met Hon. Dr.
Young, Minister of Education,and the
provincial government on Wednesday.
Tbe list of resolutions is a long one.
They were adopted by tbe association
at ite convention last September.
Tbe delegation consisted of P. Peebles, president, New Westminster; C.
H. Strutt, secretary, Kamloops; J. J.
Dougan, secetary, Vancouver; H. N.
Coursier, Revelstoke; Mayor A. E.
Planta, Nanaimo, and Supt. W. P.
Argue ol Vancouver.
The provincial Government promised to give tbe suggestions full consideration.
ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS
New Buildings at Tranquille
to cost $75,000.
Plans have been prepared by Messrs
Dalton A Everleigb, of Vancouver, for
a hospital to be built at Tranquille by
the British Columbia Anti-Tuberculosis Society. The new structure will
cost in the neighborhood of $50,000
and will be utilised in caring for incipient cases of consumption at the
sanitcrium near Kamloops.
It ia also proposed at no distant
date to erect a hospital at a lower
level than Tranquille. This will be
for advanced cases only nnd the cost is
estimated at about $25,000.
CITIZENS'
MEETING
ARE Y00 A PURCHASER OF
CUT GLASS
?
If you are, (he question of cost Is
no duiibt an important consider*
ntlon.   Design next.
CALL AT
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
(lllly M-li't-tioll of (hit (Hush In town
County Court Sittings
Judge Forin held County Court on
Wednesday and disposed of several
motions and the following cases:—
Slaok v, Mundy Lumber Co. Action
on a claim of $327 for wages. Dismissed with costs. J. B. Mills, K. 0,,
for plaintiff, G S. McCarter for defendants.
Brentford & Co. vs. Grimsley—
Action for $169 freight bill. Judgment for plaintiff, (t S. McCarter for
plaintiffs
Canadian Resources
Ottawa, Jan. 8.—The Canadian
Government has in course of erection
a large special building for tbe accommodation of Canadian exhibits at
the Franco-British Exhibition, which
opens in London, England, en May
1st. next. The Government part of
ihe display will consist of exhibits of
the natural resources of Canada, such
as agricultural products, minerals,
forestry, fish and game, horticulture,
dairying and food products.
There will be accommodation reserved for the display of Canadian
manufactures.
Today is the last day you will have
the opportunity of buying a milk or
water jug at cost so call early. C. B.
Hume A- Co.
Wanted—Every home ia town to
have one of our Calendars.    The Iihal.
Now is tho season of year for using
Johnston's Fluid Beef or Bovril—both
kinds in all sizes always in stock. C.
11. Hume A Co.
Card of Thanks.
The ladies of the Hospital Guild
beg to thank all those who so generously contributed toward the hospital
ball by money or refreshments; and
for tbe benefit of those citiiens who
are not cognisant as to what use the
ladies make of the funds received from
the ball, we wish to state, it largely
goes to supply bed linen for the hospital during the year, also night shirts
and gowns and other necessaries, besides supplying, each week, fruit lor
♦ 'ie public wards. The money received
by 0'ind ibulion is get aside and added
to the ball receipts, not being used in
any way towards the hall.
Largest -tuck of  window  shades  in
the city Irom 45c. up., at the Ideal,
Work of the Past Year Reviewed — Candidates for
Civic Honors Declare Themselves.
The customary preelection public
meeting was held last night in tin-
Opera House, with a large attendance
Mayor Brown took the chair, there
being present on the p atlorni the
retiring aldermen and candidates for
the coming council. The mayor opened proceedings by calling on the city
clerk to read the financial statement
for the year which showed receipts
$09,912 42 and expenditure $84,258.76
The mayor explained hoi* ihe heavy
expenditure had been earned by tbe
large amount of unpremeditated xvork
that hud been done. He reviewed the
water system as being excellent but
not large enough for ad quale tire
protection hence the new lank being
installed. In touching ou the sewerage bystein he pointed out that it
would be more expensive to ay sewer*
in certain portions than over the
whole town and would cost individuals
less than cesspits. He Buid that the
jail had been rushed upon them but
now it was being built the city would
hem lit more by the uew arrangement
than by a joiut affair with the government as they bod been doing. In
reviewing the general xvork of the year
he said that although a large amount
of money had been spent, tne people
had got their money's worth. Tbe
council had done their best and given
their time for the city and had put on
the road several valuable city works
a.ong liuee of civic improvement.
Aid. Trimbie said that he was a
candidate loi tbe mayoralty, his one
object being economy. He advocated
no unnecessary work being done this
year but good road mending on a
pei manent basis. Touching on the
sewerage, he said that since the people
bad kicked about tbe council letting
tbe contract, he thought that the
matter might be reopened, especially
as there seemed iittle hope of the debentures being sold now. He pointed
out that he would see that the city
was protected when the power plant
went in and that tbe people get the
people low rates lor light aud power
He said that it was strange why Mr
Lindmark went away just at this lime
and he regretted that he could not
have been on the platform to explain
why he was running for mayor. On
being asked if he was opposed to oity
expansion by public works, he said
that he was opposed to all unnecessary work, and bad road mending.
The mayor stated that Mr Lindmark did not know anything about
the public meeting before he went
away to attend a Lumberman's meet
ing at Nelson, as the public meeting
hadn't been advertised then.
R Tapping, who was greeted with
much applause, haid he wis sorry Mr
Lindmark wis uway, but that he
would 1 t some him uhind his back,
and coits, q ne   had  offered  the
opera bouse for another  public  meeting on Tuesday night, Jan. 1 lib       In
reviewing the city xvork   lit   fluid  Unit
the Boxvers must tie put in, but part by
part and year  by year,  and   thereby
save   a   big  expense.    Ho   advocated
permanent   road   making   and   urged
that the  proceeds   ol   the   water   and
light plants  be   used   to  reduce  the
water and light taxes.    Hu  said   that
the council   must  practice economy.
and  not  do   uuneco.sii y   work   and
build streets   and  sidewalks   to sin ill
reserve producing suctions o(   tbe  city
Good financing must be  adopted and
if he was elected mayor he would make
it his chief aim  to   linauce  carefully.
He had always paid KM cuts   on   the
dollar and knew the value  of  money,
Iu touching on  assessment and  taxation he   said  that   taxing   improvements was   unfair   and   urged    that
vacant lots be assessed at the same
value as   lots that   were  built over
near   them.   Wild   lands   should be
assessed at full value.    In  asking  for
support as mayor for 1908 he said thai
he had always done his best in  Hovel .toke;   be had, time and time again,
tried to stop the bad   feeling among
the different parties and  bad  always
studied what was best for the oity and
her people.   He was a pioneer and had
helped to improve the oity by public
work.   He referred to hifl career an nn
alderman a year ayn.  Delected mayor
he had plenty  of time to  devote   to
ivic work and be  a-ked  the citizens
ti support him on his o   11   merits —
(Cheers)
Aid. Sawyer laid that he was in eih
, Held again and in the race to stay and
run independently. He asked Ward
Two to support him as their representative.
W. A. Foote said that he had been
asked to run for Ward One, and
promised if elected as alderman to do
hie best for the city. His previous
experience iu the Council would
Btand him in good stead. He supported Mr. Trimble for mayor.
Aid. Abrahamson refused to acknowledge that he was again in tbe
field and reviewed the work of the
council for the past year as being
heavy, but in most cases absolutely
necessary.
Aid. Woodland said he had been
asked to staod again for Ward I. and
asked for support, and if elected he
would do his best.
P. Hooley said that he had been invited run as alderman for Ward I. and
asked the elector's support. He. said
that he xvouhl look after the people's
interest to the best of his ability.
VV. W. Lefeaux complained of tbe
lack of interest taken by the people
in civic business and said thai street
corner kicking was bud pilicy. He
endorsed the action of the 1907 coun
cil in their policy of the sewerage and
said that they had given time un-
grudginly to look after the affairs of
the city. He urged that the power
aud light plant, be used not as a revenue roducer but solely for the citi.
zens who were shareholders in it. The
people should have light at coBt, individuals 1I8 well as corporations. He
didn't blame the C.P.R. for trying to
get a low rate, since iu the present
profit getting system that xvas only
business. He said that light Bhould
not be a tax. In touching on taxes
he urged that revenue should come
from direct taxation. In referring
again to sewers he said that the citizens on the city outskirts and those
who held lots not built on or improved
would be willing to pay a certain
amount towards a trunk sewer where
most needed, rather than be taxed
with the rest. This would be an insurance against epidemics. In reviewing the financial situation he
pointed out that the Molsons Bank
would never have allowed the overdraft unless the city had been in good
s'lape. Unless the revenue xvas large
enough to cover repairs and general
work then they should not be done.
He declared bimsell in the Held for
Ward three.
Tbe mayor in referring to assessment said that the value of city property had been raised each year; he
had always favored raising values. In
dealing with light he said the rates
had been lowered sin.ee meters were
put in and he didn't see why people
should pay more than the C.P^R. Regarding Mr. Lefeaux's idea of light at
cest, he said that the transient tenants
would come in for a soft snap.
Mr. Lefeaux said that the people
would see that the tenants who come
and go should be made to pay their
share to the city in routs (laughter) if
the people were taxed by direct taxation.
A hearty resolution was passed by
the meoting tendering a vote of thanks
to H. Floyd, city clerk, who was leaving the|city. In response Mr. Floyd
said he hud done liiu best.
A vote ol thanks xvns passed to the
retiring mayor uud council anil the
meeting terminated.
We Stand By
What We Sell
WE SELL THE BEST
New Stock arriving daily
to fill in depletions caused
by our heavy Xmas trade.
Bourne   Bros.
GROCERIES       HARDWARE       STOVES       PLUMBING
HARDWARE
The dependant sort that
is worth buying. Pails,
Shovels, Coal Scuttles and
everything for the kitchen.
All the newest and most
durable Ironware, Pottery
and Tinware. We have all
sorts of tools and a fine line
of cutiery.
CHEAP  FUEL
HARD COAL BRIQUETTES at   $9.00 per ton  is the cheapest
Coal on the market.
They start fire as easily as dry wood and last as long as hard coal,
Can be tisod in Furnaces, Cook Stoves, Heaters, Self Feeders  and
open grates,
We have a large stock on hand ready for immediate delivery and
will^flll your order promptly.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
MOLSONS   BANK    BUILDING.
DEALERS    IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op. Union Hotel :^
Opera House
'The Bonnie Brier Bush" will be
the attraction at ihe Opera House on
Monday, Jan. 111. and an artistio treat
in in store for all who see this beautiful play. The piece in well known as
a dramatization of Ian Mael.aren'n
stories n! similar title and is devoted
principally to the love match of bud
liny and Flora Campbell, the misun-
ihirstanding ol winch results in the
transformation of the father, l.nchlan
from a too rigorous follower ol strict
Presbyterian doctrines, to a parent
whose heart first throbs in unison with
the brntder humanities niter the mis
Imp* which befalls his daughter. Tin
players and scenic production are on
a psr with those seen in previous engagements. The Drumtochty atmos
phere is added to by the appearance ot
a mule quartette and the songs ol
"Auld Scotland" are given a beautiful
rendition. Robert Ireland, the hn(
piper will also appear at every pet
forman co.
Citizens' League
A special meeting of the Citizens'
League will he held in the lovser hal
of the City Hall on Monday night
January 13th,a' 80'clock lui|«irtai 1
It'isiness, touching on civic 6160(1001,,
Will be brought up. A lull attendanr.
of tbe League membme is requested
Be wise 1   Try tho Ideal  for furniture,
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office - Toronto, Ontario.
Hnit.ches m thePfovi&e**.of Manitoba, Athens, Huslratchewan,
British ' ti    -,.i,:-.. Ont&rin, (jueboc.
Capital Authorized ... •10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up ....    sa,8Oo,000.00
Reserve Fund .... S4,860,000.00
I). It. U'ilkik, President ; Hon. R.. xi-i'kay, Vice-President.
A Ceneral Banking Business Transaoted.
Drafts sold available In all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.    Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed  en deposits from dale of deposit and credited
quarterly,	
Revelstoke Branoh, B. C—H. T. Jaffray, Manager
Churches.
Catholic.—Hev. Father R. l'ccoul
O.M.I., paBtor. Services every Sunday
at the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mann, 10:110 a.m. High X ass
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p in. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Kosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
St Andrew's Presbyterian—Rev
IV. C.('aider, pastor .-untax, lss.ii. 12
services 11 a.m., 7:30 p ni , Sunnaj-
School and l'astor's Bible Class, 2.30
1 m. Morniuir subject, "The Fourth
•iospel." Evening subject, "John as
1 Witness." Young People's meeting
xloiidiiy at 8 p. id. Annual congre
national meeting Wednesday 8 p.m.
Choir practice and teachers' meeting
Friday 8 p.m.
Knox 1'hehhytk.kiar—J R. Robert-
.ui, B. D., minister.   Sunday services
1    11   a m   and   7:30 p m.    Sunday
e.tiool   at   2 3u.     Morning    subject,
Behold   the   Lamb  of   G"d."   The
-tierainent   ol   the   Lord's Supper will
M observed at  the m ruing service to
I tvhicb   all   the members are specially
(invited.   Evening subject, ' A charac
ter sketch of the beloved disciple."
Yeying People's Society on Monday night at 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting ou Wednesday, and Choir practice
on Friday night. A. cordial we.comu
is given to all tbe services.
METHODI8T—Rev T.W. Hall, pastor.
Services on Sunday as follows! Class
me. ting at 10:30 am. Public service
at 11 a. 111. Sunday MQpol and Bible
class at 2 30. Evening service at 7:30.
Morning subject, "All things to all
men," and why 1 Evening, "Bramble
Kings,'' or Honor Kelused and Honor
Accepted. Epworth League of C. E,
on Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at H
p.m.   All are cordially invited.
Baptist—Rev. W. P. Freeman, B.A.
pastor. Services are held in the Mission Hall, First street Preaching at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday scoool
at 2.30 p.m.
BT. Peter's Anglican—Rev. 0. A.
i'rocunier, MA., rector. 1st Sunday
alter Epiphany. Following is a list of
s rvicee: 11 a.m. Matins and Litany.
7.30 p.m., Evensong. Sunday School,
2:30 p.m. THE MATLHERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
She ADaiMbevalb.
HUUUSHK.li  WEDNESDAY AND SATUR
HAY AT
aiVELSTOKE, B.C.,;
MURPHY St FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,   Etc
OTTAWA
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mubphy.
Harold Fisher
G
ILLAN & ELLIOTT.
lisn-nnni,; Solicitors, Eto.
BKTKLSTOa »OT TROl'T l.AKK, B. C.
C E OtLLAX. •!• 0' Kl.l.lnrr,
H
AKVEY, Mt-CARTEK
AND PINKHAM,
BARRIBrKKS, BOLirlTOBS, BTC.
Orncrji :   Im 'tnui.   Hank   BLOCK,   Hkx-ki.-
'STOKE, B.C.
Honey to Ioab.
Office,: It->flstake, B.C.; Cranbrook, B. 0.
8«o. S. MrCiKTKk.
«.. M.  PmXBAX, J. A. Habvkv
Hevclstolto. B. C.        Cranbrook, B. C.
s
J. M. Scott l.L.D W. I, llriKKs.
JCOTT   AND   BRIQQS
Bakkistkks, Solicitors, Etc.
MONEY to Loan
solkitorh Fun MOLSONS Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
J
AS. A. MeFARLANE
AStfAYgri & CHEMIST
Away   ol All Ores,   Samples by mail or express
receive prompt attention.
Terms Moderate.
Addrep.      -      -     -     Box ii2 Kaslo, B. C.
TjOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 106, Revelstoke.
M
ISS M. E. CREIGHTON
TEACHER OF PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, itc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
STTDIO-At   Mrs.   J.   C,   Hut.liison's   Con-
n&ugbt Arenne.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mining1, Real Estate, Business, Financial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents,
Fire, Life, Accident. Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Agents,
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled on Mines, L'ind and Timber.
REVELSTOKE,
B. C
Black 2r£
richness
and
pleasing
flavor. The big black
plug chewing tobacco.
Watch
Che flfoaiMberalb
TLere it *o much bad iu the best oi us.
Aa i «ij murb -*rvxi ia the worst of Us,
That  ft   bard!)   behoove*   -.■ y uf US,
To ta * ab-'iit the rest of a*.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11,1908
LOCAL  FRUIT GROWING
It is to be hoped that keener interest will be taken this year in tbe
Fruitgrowers' Asicciation and tbe
support which this institution deserves
be given. How that Revelstoke is the
headquarters of the Fruit & Produce
Exchange for practically the whole
province it ii only becoming that our
local association should be well to tht
fore and that the fruit growing industry ahould receive more impetus and
better attention than heretofore. It
ruuet be admitted by all that the Exchange oas done great work during
the past year and that growers and
consumers are now on a more ■".tie-
factvry footing than ever U'fore. B.C.
fruit is attracting world wide atten
tion and itr tjuality has been prO'
nounced second tt; nmie. It behooves
us tbi'ii in  Revelstoke to get together
and bring   up   1 .ur   local  branch to a
high   level, and   aid in developing the
fruitgrowing Industry In this seotion,
What Revelstoke can produce was well
demonstrated last l.alior Ixty in Ihi-
float exhibit of fruit and vegetables
There is plenty of good land round
111, in every way suitable for fruit and
indeed there are many tine orchards
which nave already shipped frtiit to
distant parts. With the institution
of an agricultural association and an
annual fair, fruit growing is bound to
become popular and nothing should
be left undone to boost our local
branch and give it the support which
it certainly deserves and which will
lie a credit to Kevelstoke.
will be a shortugo of aspirants for
civic honors, although till tho
candidates have not definitely signified their intention. Regarding
the contest for mayoralty, C. F.
Lindmark, Ed. Trimble and Robt.
Tapping, have publicly signified
their intention of offering themselves, and the election promises to
be a warm one. The onus on a
citizen seeking to represent his
city is no sinecure. The average
citizen when he contemplates investing money takes the host possible advice. Ho does not entrust
his undertakings to a friend just
because that friend is good natured
and welcomes him at his lodge, a
house, or place of business, but
when it is his own money he is
spending ho gets the most competent man to do the work. It is
in thiB way that every citizen
ought to approach his duty of
selecting men for the management
of tho affairs of the city, all other
considerations except that of competent men Bhould be laid aside.
We have pointed out on previous occasions how greatly it is
in the interests of the city at this
time that wc should have a competent and honest administration,
and no less important is it that the
taxpayers should show that they
take an intelligent interest in civic
affairs, not only at election time,
but during the xvhole year. Many
xvake up at these times and say a
lot regarding municipal legislation
and after election heat has subsided they relapse once more into
ROmniest apathy. Interest in their
city should he lusting and it is now
that that interest should shuxv
itself more manifestly and by 11
general visit to the polls Jet the
reul voice of the public he heard.
Only at the polls have the people
an opportunity of expressing their
views on the conduct of municipal
affairs with any hope of effectively
bringing about changes, and the
least they can do—as a duty they
oxve to their city—is to take a little
trouble involved in recording their
votes.
LET T11K PEOPLE  DECIDE.
The first act in tbe civic election
drama will commence on Monday
when nomination! for Mayor and
Aldermen will take place, uml
the uncertainty as to who xxill
finally come forward, bo cleared
tip.    It is   improbable   that  there
Grip and Password.
K.  OK  P,
A joint installation of ollicers xvas
held by Gold Range Lodge, No. 26,
Knights of Pythias, and Crystal Temple No. 3, Pythian Sisters, on Wed
nesday evening. The Knights held
their usual session early in the eveuiug at the close of which the lodge
was opened to the sisters who assumed
their chairs and curried out the installation ceremony. Mrs. Agnew as
Deputy Grand Chief ably performed tbe rituals which were observed with impressive and beautiful
solemnity, the following being called
tu the chairs:
P. C, Mrs. II. A. Brown.
M. E. 0., Mrs. R. Gordon.
E. S., "    P. Henderson.
E. J., " H.Cunningham Morri.
M. of T.,    "    F. Monies.
M.oIR.&O. "    E. Bennet.
M.ol F.      "    H. Cooke.
P. of T.     "    E. Burridge.
G. ol O.T. "    J. A. Agnew.
The ladies then gave place tu the
Knights who held their installation
ceremony in a manner that could not
fail to impress all present. G. Hammer, of Grand Forks, Grand Chancel
lor; PI A. Brown, Grand Vice Chancellor; and J. 15. Scott, lieputy (Irani!
Chancellor, performed the rituals tli«-
following being installed for the ensuing term:
P. C, T. W. Brsdshaw.
C. 0., I. Mathie.
V. ('.. H. Cunningham M,,rris.
Pre., T, P. Smith
K  of K. A a . Q. H. Brook
If,   if F. , A..I. Howe.
M of VV   P C, Ainille,
M  at A    I-'. Terry.
I. G., .1. Wells.
0, <;., T. tV. Brodebaw.
After the iiiHtallatutn the sisters anil
brothers   sat   down   to   a sumptuous
banquet.    The Qrand Chancellor delivered  an  able address on the order,
giving many   valuable  lessons and instructive   points.      The   lirand   Vice
also   made   suitable    remarks,   while
Sisters H. A. Brown, .1. A. Agnew, and
R. Gordon spoke  on behalf of the Py- !
thian Sisters.    Vocal selections added ;
to the   pleasure of   the evening.    The'
event is the   must   auspicious    in the
history ol   Gold   Range 26, being the!
first time that grand officers have been
present in numbers, and alBO of having the Grand Chancellor as installing
offloer,
V. O   E.
Rovelstokc Aerie No. 432, Fraternal
Order of Eagles held their installation
ceremony of ollicers elect for the current term, on Tuesday night. There
I xvas a good attendance. The following
are now in the chairs:
W. P., J. Leslie.
W. V. P., T. Walsh.
W. Chap., P. Murphy.
W. 8., W  E. McLauchlin.
W. T., R. Laughtoii.
W. 0., P. Leveeque.
I. G., J, Walker.
0. G., P. Hennesey.
At the conclusion of tho ritual the
lodge sat down to a banquet and a
social evening xvas spent. A pleasing
item on the programme xvas the presentation of a handsome gold beaded
cane to the past president, H. A.
Brown, a like gift being also presented
to W. E. McLauchlin, both for long
and valuable services to the lodge,
Suitable replies xvere made in acknowledgment.
1. o. o  I'.
A joint meeting of the Selkirk
Lodge, No. 12, I.OO.F., and the Rebecca Lodge, Naomi 21, was held in
the Lodge rooms on Thursday night,
when the following officers were installed in tbe Rebecca Lodge:
N. G.—Mrs. Agnexv.
V. G.—Mrs. Palmer.
R. S.—Miss Corley.
P. 8.—W  E. McLauchlin.
T.—Miss Patrick.
The following were installed in their
offices.
N G.—Geo. C  Lemhke.
V. G.—Geo. Knight.
Sec.—Jas. Mathie.
Treas.—W. W. Foster.
W. W. Foster, District Deputy
Grand Master, xvas tho instilling
..llicrr. Great credit is due Mr. Foster
in the able manner in which he filled
this cilice. His work wis very much
appreciated by both lodges. At the
conclusion of the ceremony the members of both lodges and their gue'sts
adjourned to the lower hall where
dancing was indulged in. At 11:80
all sat down to a dainty supper. Alter
which numerous toasts xvere given by
the old residents and visitors of both
lodges.
Songs were rendered by Mrs. Bews,
Miss Mclntyre, Messrs. A. Duck and
A. Annan.
Tinber Laws Changed
Ottaxva, Jan. 10—Tne department
of the interior has rescinded sections
one to ten of its regulations for granting licenses to cut timber on Dominion lands in the west, substituting
new ones. The regulations heretofore
iu force were established in 1893 The
most striking features of the new regulations are: (1) Timber limits henceforth to be sold by puMic aucti in; (2)
before being sold timber berths to be
examined by a qualified government
timber cruiser, on whose report the
upset prices will be fixed; (3) sixty
days' 11 itiee shall be gix-en previous to
all sales of timber; (4) list of persons
to whom notice of sales given shall l.-e
kept at Ottawa, and any person applying in writing shall be placed on the
list.
c. w. o. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 239.
Most. Socond null Finn-ili Wedne days In
t-nch month. In Selkirk Hull. Visiting Woodmen cordially Invited to attend.
xv. 1). ARMSTRONG, Con. Join.
J  MtilNTYKK, Clerk,
REVELSTOKE  AERIE No. 482
F. 0. E.
Tho regular meetings are hold In the Selkirk
Hull every Tuesday evening at 8 o*oteo*r.  Visit"
Ing brethren uro cordially invited.
II. \. BROWN, President.
w. e. McLauchlin, Sbobhtam.
KooUnav  Lodge No. 15 A.F,& A.M.
Tho regular meet*
wik- are held in the
Masonic Temple,
jdd Fellows Hall.on
tho third Monday in
tach month at b
i.m. Vlsltingbreth
.-im    cordially    wol
U. A. fKUCUNIER, Skukktaky.
SELKIRK LODGE. NO   12. I. O. O. F.
Meets ovcryTluirfiday
evening in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cor*
dtally Invited to attend
J, MA1H1B, Hkc
K. TKIMHI.K. N.G,
Cold Range Lodge, K. of   P.,
No. 26. Revelstoke, B. C.
MEETS EVEKY WKUNKSDAY,
exoBpt Third Wednesday ol
cadi r.i.jfiil], in Iho Oddfellows'
Hall at k o'clock. visiting
Knights nn; cordially invited,
T. W. BKADSBAW, 0. C.
G. H. BROCK, K. of  R. & S.
H. A. BROWN. M. ol F
To the Revelstoke Public
We solicit your patronage
to Revelstoke's FIRST
WHITE LAUNDRY.
Good xvork nnil satisfaction guaranteed.
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
.1. 0. HUTCHISON, Prop.
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAVINC SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind—
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory xvest of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with its help.
And the  money saving 18 the
Premium System
Booklet tells what xve give for
Roval Croxvn Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nu.sery on the
mainland of II.C.    Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
QREENHOUSER AMD SEEDH 1USES VANCOUVER,' B.C
OPERA HOUSE
ONE MIGHT ' INLY
MONDAY, JUNUARY 13TH
KllM->T    HH1P •'
Wm. I<    ' OLVIN
1*1 Been I
The original  Lfl  Shells  produc*
THE BONNIE
BRIER BUSH
IAN  MACLAREN8  REAIITirUt   HEART
.TORI  OT AUIO SCOTLAND
Notable ('aal .. f Tv.
Hale '(in "'■. Pipei
MISS MAGGIE McCANN
The q i! nf Scottish
;;;:;::"" $i.5o,-$1.00
General  AdmiMion, 76e.
Seal Sale open*, on janrmry6th
nl Canada DniR and Hook Co,
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class Clover and Timothy Hay for sale. Also a
kinds of Garden Produce.
Something Besides Turkey
for Christmas
In iiillnhed hy evnryone Alan
nine . line confections, Whether
set nil at your table, or eainn as
yoiii  fancy dlolateu,  they are al
UllVS    llllltl.    llt'lil'ioilM     llllll     of     Slll'-
pitssliiK flavor. I'un-, vvholennme
mill nutritional they are matohle*,*
in their mpt'ii.iiiiv.
Manning s Candy Palace
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29,
Froni  Street,     Revelstoke
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
clash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
W A N T E I)
WVNTED TO LET Five roomed
., •■ of i Ity, rem J8 per
month unfurnished or 912 per month
fiiiin thed   I ilumbi* A,K*m lee. Ltd.
WANTED TO LEI Eijchi i iied
hi i ti Mi Kenzle A vi-., renl
$'2f)per month. Apply to Column!*,
Agencies  Limited,   m-xt  O.P.R.Tele-
gl Apt) ' llli' f
fjBBVANT WANTED A general
it lervanl wanted In a Mii.ill faiuilv
• i/ ■:■ Xpply to M xii, Hkiim.d
office, KB
rjtIRHT CLASS   iTrESSMAKINO.
r   up ii to   ..' ■ i- a  ii   riimv*
resldenm I i-th Hi leei, liy XIimh ('.
I.i   HOLM.
TO  1.1'''!'      1'tiOIO  "I   I ""I"    uui    boin t|
for one or ' ivu H'-ni loinnn A I) too
v.-iiii-i.t < •■. tnle.pl me, '■ i x |i|,!y i ,
M a ii.- 111:it a i.i. office,
WANTED   Men   unit   Women   tu
let ■ ,1 lti-1   ' 1- nl.'.   «  lift H I'HI .
.-li    while    II'   I'lllllg,     '   l!lll|l((lltl      fit I',
Write Moiei li'i'i' i   U «'', 800Om-
rail Hi., Vim. ..iivei    I!   (I
WANi I'D      Dies Uui  K   l.v   II u
day,   hy  a   ci mi elimt   Dre-s
milker In in the Buel     Apply Ui P, u
Bo . llll. sal tbi 7
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
Restaurant and Furnished Rooms
Meals from 25e. Up.
Second Street, - East End
W»J*f
■**>•
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
NEW MANACEMENT
Meals at all Hours
Ev rytbing Up-to-Date
•<■
Stewart McDonald, - Mgp
mmmtmammaBsm
Climax Restaurant
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J. HARRIS, Manager.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AW FISE 3 {15X3
for sale in lur^o or small quantities
at the lowest prices for cosh.
All kinds of building and plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
FEED FOR SALE
I have choice
upland prairie hay
and Timothy, also
oats, wheat and
feed to offer in car
load lots.
Delivered prices
given  on   request.
ADDRE8S
D. C. HOFFMAN
CALQARY,  Alto.
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
D raying
Storaye
All Kinds of Light and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES,  PIANOS, ETC
Dea      in Wood,  Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
SHARES FOR SALE
Imperial   Development $46MI 0(1
Hank of British Columbia  110 no
Nicola Goal and Coke  100 IKI
l lolumbia Fruit ami Laud  KM) (HI
Hewitt Mines  5 00
Royal Collieries  25
Charles   Diekens    10,1-2
WANTED TO PURCHASE
Great West Loan.
Above subject to confirmation.
Prospeotuses and particulars eon
earning any of these Companies on
appllc&l ion.
AI'I'LV   TO
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, Ltd.
MeKeime Avenue, Kevelstoke.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby alven that a cheque
for f8fM.42, da led Jan.4th, 1008, drawn
by mo In favor  nf C. B. Hume & Co.,
on the Imperial Hunk of Canada, Kevelstoke   liiiii,ill,   lur    been  lost.      All
persona are hereby warned iinnin.ii
taking, retaining Or coining the same
ss payment thereof has been stopped.
Any person retaining or iu any way
tleiiiini' with said cheque xvill !»■ liable
to jiroseeiilion.
Jan. 1Mb, IMOK.
(i. w. ABRAHAMSON,
NOTICE.
ltv.Y«i>it..if(j I.nnd Dili riot,
DUtrirto. Wwrt Koottjnuv.
ink" notloi thai i. i. ii. Young,ot Oomapllx,
botol proprietor, Inland m ni-piy •" IbaCblal
('otninliaionar ol Landi mi'i wurin forANpu
rial itnbar  lUencs  i-i cul   and  oarrr hmhx
ilmlicr frnrn lie follow I UK daaOrlbM Ikii'Ik:
i. Ootooianotoj <-t k poat plan lad andad<
Jolnlnitba norin*oail oornarol Lotlt42.atid
tnarken "' H.Youna,'» iotiUi*aaal roroar poati"
-tmi Mitunti'i niioni u mil'' oorili'oaatof iba
h i» l of i in- hi in of Arrow 1 itk v. ihcncu wen nn
ahalni, ibajioa Dorib nn ooalni, tbanoo '-aft BO
nhalna, tiicnro loatb nu *?ha(n< to i«ilni o
i uiniiH'rit ■•nifMii. oonialolng (Mo aorai mora "r
l oh
2, Oommanodii nt r poat plaotad and **<i
joinhu the north*oaat oorner ol Lot IiMand
rnarkou "J.H.Yonng'i ioolh*aut oornar,' and
iltaaied abotii \ miio nortb-aaat of thabead
nf IbO  iinn   of  Arrow   ' »k-',   thence  north *>
''luiiiiH, tbenoa oaat ^i obalm, thanoa ««outh w>
I'liHirm, thanca >w«t wj obaina to point nf mm.
manoatnanti (ronininint* *w>*i roa more or i««f»
Dktod Dooambor Wr-i, iihj7.
latjan II .'.II. VOL'NO,
GEMS and JEWELRY
Our jexvehy represents the moit
avtistio expression of the goldsmith's
craft, eaeh article an entirely new
creation, fashionable to the highest
degree, that xvill appeal to your
Interest the moment you view it. Our
diamonds come dlreul from Ihe cutters and are sold io von al pleasing
prices for gems ol' such quality and
beauty. Pleased to have you see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
Art and Beauty
are combined in our new designs in carpets. Our stock is
complete, and the colors rich
and elTective, the designs artistic, ami the " tout ehserhble "
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shoivn such a wide
variety of put terns, and xve
have never placed such low
pi-ices upon so much high
quality before.
R. HOWSOM 8r CO.'Y.
•fcV •Jr*      **V*     -~*     *A "<*•■*~7 9
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Pnrlia:nent, 18-Vi.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Holson Macphbhson, Pies. S. H. Ewino. Vice-Pies.
Jambs Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Stzty-txvo  brunches  in  Canada  and   Agencies   in   all  parts of the
world.
Interest, credited four times a  year at current  rales  on  Havings
Hank deposit*, until further notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvelktoke, B. C.
r\*AtA\»*^-^tAtAt**-t*»**t»Vf»*.*t»****** %*•
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH <
S. McMAHON,   - FIRST STREET
For -Wnniltunil Implements. Carriages, Whkous Etc., John
Deero Ploughs, Molina Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggtea, Planet Jr., Garden Seeders and Cultirators, Wheol-
wrigliL and   Blacksmith   Work   atteudod   to.    Horse Shoeing a
Specialty!1 0
Central Hotel
a^,        PFX/FI RTCUt:   B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Mewly buil .     First-class in every respect.    All modern convenience*
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day. Spec! I Weekly Rate*.
Queen's  Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same   management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
CT-   ALBERT     ST03STB]      PROP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
NOTICE
KuvclsLoko IaiiiI District.
THstrict of Wost ICuotunay.
Take notice thai 1, Alex. Mcltao, postmaster,
\lv\ t'1-.iokc, II C, intend, 30 days afLur dalv, to
apply lo the Chief Commissioner nf Lauds aud
Work* for pi'rnii--,ii,ii to cut and carry away
timber from ihu following den-ribed lauds:
1. CommenuiiiK at u post plauted at the N
W. corner of Sruiiou 17. Township 4'Btg Bond
District, marked "Alex. MuRac'w north-west
corner," aud uovcrlug luuds foriueriy held under
Timber License NulhtKi, thence south HU chains,
Ihcnceoasi hii chains, thence north w chaimt,
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing Wu acrus more ur less.
2. t 'ominuiieing at a post planted at the W.
w, corner of Section 20, Township 4, Dig Bond
district, marked "Alex. Mcltae's south-west
corner," and covering lands formerly huld un-
der Timber Ucense No 11781, thence north 80
chains, theuce vn»l 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 8U chains to point of commencement, containing tilu acres more or lots.
8i Coinincnoing at a post planted at tho 8.K
corner of Section IU, Township 4, Big lieml
District, marked "Alex, HcHae's southeast
corner," aud covering lands formerly held under
Timber Licence No. Ih>.'>, thonue north 80
chains, i hence west 80 chains, theiico south 80
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of com
muiicemcnt, containing 010 acres inure or Iusn.
4 Commencing at a post planted at tho H.K.
corner of Section Z\t, Township 4, Big Bond
District, markod "Alex McUae's south-east
corner," and covering lauds formerly hold un
der Timber Licence No- °78'2, thenoe north 80
chains, l hence west 80 chains, t hunce south 80
chains, thenoe east 80 ohalns to point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or lene,
.i. ("Minineining at a post planted nt the N.K.
corner of Section 18. Township 4, Hig Bond
Dlslrlut, markod "Alex. Mcttae'a north-east
oornor, thoncu south 80 chains, thenoe west 80
chains, thence north 8u chains, thence east 80
chains to point of commencement, containing
'.in acres more or h;-n.
Dated November 12th, IU07.
ALKX. McltAK,
wed dec I Per N. T. Kdwards, Agent.
NOTICE
Uevelstoke Land Plstriot.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, R- II. Smythe, merchant
60days after date intend to apply to the* hief
CommissioueO of Lauds aud Works for per*
mission to purchase the following desorfoed
lauds;
commencing at a post planted 40 chains
north of the suuth*est corner of timber limit
7018 aud marked "H. M. Smythe's north-west
corner post," theuce east 80 chains, theuce
south bUchalus, theuce west 80 chains, t ence
north 80 ohaius to point of commencement,
coutaiuing 610 acres inure or less.
Dated Oct. 26th, 1V07,
K. H. SMVTHK,
Per W. A. Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE
HevelslukQ Luud Dislrlot,
District of West Kootenay.
Tak« notice thai i, J. Sauudersou, miner. 60
days after duto intend to apply tu the Chief
<'oininJHHintier uf Land* aud Works for per-
rnlaaion to purelm n tie followiug descruwd
laouai
( oininiificlng at a post planted I'D chalus west
of fitiii-J liny hikI marked "J. Sauu'lorKon'*
north-aaat corner ■,.. i. theut'e south 80 chains
thence west 80 chains, tbenet north 80 ch^ius
thanoa east 80 ohaloa to point of cuiumence-
iiieiii, oontalnlofl two acres more or less.
Daiu>l (JOt, iWtli, 1IW7.
,} saundkkhon,
l'or W. A. Stuytho Agent.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
litt.tr Ihu.I., A 111111.1-.. lllnli,  null, |Kte„
MOO-IT BO
Animal Buy. MniinU-'l.
t  O   Ilnl3l.
Htmllo:   Corni'rof Flr.t 8t. anil Bojrl« Av«,
Hn.tl.toht, 1)   I.
NOTICE.
Rorelstoke Land District.
District of Wost Kuotenay-
Take notice that I, W. A. Huav-. locomotive
fireman, (JO days after date intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Laud aud Works for
permission to purchase Mm followiug described
lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about 4 mile
uurth uf the south-east corner uf timber limit
7016 and marked "W. A. Ilenvo's south-east
curner post," theuce north 80 chain.-., theuce
west 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains, theuce
eastWlch tins Ut polut of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Da tod Oct. 26th, 1907.
W. a. BKAVO,
  Per W A Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE
Hox-ol.lokc l*xnd I Jlmricl.
Iilnlricluf Witiit Koolitnar.
Take utttica tbat w , the Lamb-WaUoo Luin.
ber (Company, Limited, of Arrowhead, B. I',
occupiitiuii Luiiitmrniuu. iuteutl to apply for
iwrnilssliiu to leu* the following deieribeil
Ittreshoni, being part of tbe for*neoreof Qalena
liny, Tor logging purposes:
Commencing ut a post scribed "Lumb-Watson
Lumber Co." planted at the B.W. corner of
Lot 8407, thence southwesterly following hlglt-
wnter mark, a distance nf llll chains.
Dated this 90th day of October, 11107.
i.amiiWathon Lumbk*. Co, Ltd.,
Jan IS(18 ByO. D. N. XX'IIHe, Agent.
MARRY, DOOTOR or
despair. "Don't da ■
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120 laet 28th Street. NIW YORK.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C.
The Palace  Restaurant
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
$5.00     Board By Week    $5.00
SINGLE MEALS, 25 CENTS.
A. H. SING,
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Certifloate of Improvements
NOTICE
Kidelltt, We Two, Annie E., Spokane, Klpls-
•Ing and Boutin Mineral Claims situate In
the  Trout  Lake Mining Division of   West
Keuttnay District.
Where looated-At head of Horsefly Creek.
Take notice that I, Clara Grace Weatfall, ad
mlnlstratrlx of the, Katate of John Wentlejr
XVostfall. deceased, Free Mlner'a certificate.
No H 8886V, intend, »Uly days from date hereof
to apply to the Mining Recorder for certificates
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown Urania ef the i bjvo claims.
And further take notice thht aotion. under
section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certifloate of Improvement*.
Dated this Slat day of October, A.D, 1907.
felt* CLARA OltACE WESTFALL.
Certifloate of Improvements
NOTICE
U.S., F.D., J.W„ ar.it A.N. Knictli.mil Mineral
Cllllins, i iliiiile In tin- Trout I Jikf Mining
llivl  Inn of Wesl  Knt.lt mi)  III .11 l.-l.
Wliuro Itcoted   At himl of llorsilly Crook.
'lake nntlrf Hint I, Kreil 0, Kill.ill. Kri'o Min
or'sl'ertlllra.te No 11 Witt, iu'IIhkas a(ont for
< 'liii-i. Union Wi-Htfnll, nnil the said < lura ilnu •
Winlltill. iidmllii'.lri.li'ii nl the Ksliil.-iif John
Wesley Wiisl'itll, dccamid, Free Miner's Cerll
Unit.' No. II .'UMI, Ihlttinl, "lily tin.» fr'in iliitf
liereof, to  apply  to the  Miiiliig   Itei'iirilt-r for
< VtUllt'iitt-i, nf ImprovulliliiiU, for the piii-pnuii
of obtaining a crown I Irani- of ihu utmvc
claims
And further take notleo Hint, action, under
section 87, must lie commenced iHiforn tho Ismii-
ntittit of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this lilt day of October, A. I)., 1HII7.
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C. P. R. BRIDGE -
New  Columbia   Bridge to be
Completed in May.
Active preparations are going on for
tlie construction of the new Columbia
River bridge by the Canadian Pad fie
Railway which will be completed in
May. It is interesting tu examine
how the work of pulling down the old
structure, replacing it with the new,
and, at the same time allowing the
traffic to goon uninterrupted. In the
uccompanying picture which shows
the Stoney Creeek bridge, east of Revelstoke, under construction, the methods adopted will he seen. While this
bridge is one of the highest on the 0.
P R , the new Columbia bridge will be
one of the longest.
FOOTBALL TOURNEY
Revelstoke Team will take part
in Big Tournament at Coast
Will Ellis, secretary of the Vancouver district league, has arranged xvitb
the Rovelsti'lce association football
team foi a o ii. a ul games to bo played
at the const at Easter. The Vancouver
World says: ''The Revelstoke team is
a very fair combination and has
trained with that enthusiasm which
characterizes all the sportsmen of the
upper country. Consequently they
ahould givo the Vancouver teams a
good game, and if they display any
real class there is no reason why Revelstoke should not be included iu the
iif of   team*,   io   <;. in;.i;te in tin-big
Stoney Creek Bridge, C.P.R. east of Revelstoke, under construction.
LICENCES CANCELLED
Government Refuses Permits to
Handloggers.
Vancouver, Jan. 10.—The issue of
licences to handloggers has been discontinued by the Provincial Govern
ment, the first application for such
licences, that of J. S. Emerson of this
city, having been refused.
The result of the government's action will affect approximately 1000
men in the woods between Vancouver
and Seymour inlet. The announcement uf the decision of the Government was contained in a communication from Mr. R. A. Renwick, Deputy
Coii.mi-sioner of Lands and Works,
dated Jan. 7th.
It was felt that with the reserve
placed on timber lands by the recent
oiderin-c uncil it would be unfair to
permit tbe handloggers to operate,
even though the ti nber affected is
inapproachable as compared with that
touched by the former order. Were
handloggers' licences still issued there
would be nothing to prevent the exploitation of the richest timber lands
in this manner. Handlogging outfit,
would soon be scat teed broadcast
throughout the province stripping the
resei ved timber land of the more valuable sticks.
Flags on the Schools.
WINNIPEG, Jan. 10.—Tlie government of British Columbia, through the
provincial secretary, Hon. H.E.Young,
has written Hon. G. 11. Coldwell, provincial secretary of Manitoba, that it
is the intention of the government of
British Columbia to provide for the
general use of the national flag in the
public schools'. II Ontario and Manitoba are using the same Hag, british
Columbia would like to do the same,
and wou'd prefer, according to the
communication, that the Union Jack
be used, as the Canadian ensign has
no official status.
tournament   referied   to   in   another
column ',
The ti umament referred to is a
great soccer tourney to be held at
Vancouver at Eaeter. The World siys:
"A scheme has been promulgated by
Vancouver soccer men for a week's
tournament here which will stand out
as the greatest series of contests ever
wittiea-dd on this continent. In brief
negotiations have been opened up
with a view to getting the champion
soccer team ol San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Nanaimo and district,
Victoria and Vancouver, together in a
week's tournament lor the championship of the Pacific Coast.
FINANCIAL.
Report from the Columbia Agencies,
Limited.
Reports from eastern C.iudi.in con
tres show a scarcity of good stock,
investors having taken advantage ol
the low prices to pick up most of the
good things. This means that when
the reaction comes prices will gain
rapidly.
Tbe most striking decline in bank
loans is represented by the withdrawal
of funds on call in other countries.
The aggregate is now down to the
lowest level in several years, being
unly a little more than half the total
of these loans at the end of September.
The Chronicle sayB: "There is altogether too much pessimistic talk,
which unfortunately is liable to retard
progress, and indeed, to curtail matters to such an unnecessary extent,
that the pi> tdulllm may swing too far
in the wrong direciit n. No country,
and particularly with such prospects
of growth and prosperity as Canada
has any use for pessimits. Conservatism and pluck should be judiciously
combined, and   while it is essentially
necessary that our financial institutions should hold strong rcnerves, yet
it is also a time, when it is necessary
to bo as liberal as possible within the
bounds of safety. After the turn of
the year, it is expected that money
will become eomexvhat easier."
The bf.nks derive great privileges
from the people by legislation and the
contraction policy at a time when the
country was sound and prosperous has
been condemned by the preBS and
public in no uncertain terms, which
will no doubt find expression in the
remedial legislation which is proposed
at Ottawa.
Imperial bank stock has shown the
remarkable recovery of 20 points on a
dull iuvestment market as the result
of its recent statement.
'1 he settlement of the trouble between the Gran by mine and its employees Im-. tended to materially
improve the general situation in british Columbia.
The Dominion Government i. noi
altogether free from blame under
present conditions. There are $44,-
500,000 of gold lying idle in the Do
million treasury vaults, according to
the Globe, or over $7 per head of the
population, This gold is intended to
cover the Doniiuion note issue and ia
lar and away in excess ol the most
conservative estimate of the requirements for such purpose. Indeed $15,
0011,000 of gold is ample reserve, aud
the other $29,600000 should certainly
e tin iied into circulation. The law
is at fault. It is antiquated. The
duty of the Government is tu amend
tin- law without delay and put an end
io the at omaly
The share market suffered notably
during the year, xvhen ihe sales were
93,000,000 less than for tbe previous
ye«r. The average reduction in value
of standard stocks is 35 per cent.
Tin- mineral production of British
Columbia for the p«st year xvas $30,-
0u0,000 or $4,000,000 more than (or
the previous year. The increases were
mainly c. pper and coal.
An encouraging feature of the railway situation is that the llairiman
lines have put back to work the large
nu in her of men thiy laid off in November last.
MISS MAGGIE Mi.CANN
Australian l(ueuii of Scottish Song in the iluiuiic, Drier Bush.
The Carnival
The following is a list of names and
characters   each   n presented   at   the
masquerade carnival at the rink under
the auspices of the   Ladies Auxiliary
of Knox Church, on Tuesday night:
Miss Inn Brown, Red   Riding Houd.
"      Doris   McCarter,    Queen    of
Roses, (prize).
Miss Woodland, Flower Girl..
"    Roman, Heart.
"   Gladys Urquliart, Spring.
"    Marjorie Young, Flower Girl.
"    FloBsie Julian, Actress.
"   Lillian   Pettipiece   and   Miss
Lillian Lee, Rags and Tatters.
Miss Mary McEachern, Indian Girl,
(.prize).
Miss   Nellie   Bain   and  Miss Flora
McEachern, Two Girls in Blue.
Miss Emma Allen, Miss Jack Lin
"   Muriel Porter, Winter.
"   Rita Doyle, Red Riding Hood.
"    Eva Doyle, Pleasant Maid.
"    E. Johnson, Negro Nurse.
'■    Ruby Berger, Fairy.
C.  Wood  and  Miss  Roman, ''Two
hearts that teat as one."
Mr. and Mrs. Chambers, Sib Hop
kins and Maud.
S. Samson, H. Gordon, E. Dickey,
and P. Samson, The Dixie Jubilee
Band.
C. Wood, Heart.
Henry Anderson, Indian Boy.
Bert McEachern, Teddy Bear.
K. G. McRae, Happy Hooligan.
J. McDonald, English Gcntloman.
G. F. Somes, The Raggedy Man.
E.   S.   Jackson,   Irish    Policeman,
(comic prize).
A.   Morgan   and    A.     McEachern,
Hockey Boys.
Gladstone Woodland, Milk Maid.
T. Julian, Nigger Dude.
K. Courtier, Coon Kid.
l-\ McMahon, Tramp.
Douglal Hedstrom, Swiss Maid.
Conrad Anderson, Nigger Boy.
Albert Anderson, His Dudeship.
W. Robertson, Tramp.
Glen   Urquliart, Jockey (Revelstoke
colors, prize)
A. Urqubart,Good night.
Cliff Urquliart, Hindu".
E. Morgan, Thoroughbred Tramp.
O. Abialiainson, Cowboy.
D. McCarter, Page.
A. McCarter, Pierrot.
11   R. Aekuiiin, Highland   Laddie.
O. Pr-ulx and J  Rusnel, Pugilists.
Hurt Caliy, Lumber Jack.
Epb Smith, Clown.
A  S\ bltellOUSe, Stowaway.
W. Meredith, Lilly of the Snow,
i erl Lawrence, Matador.
CkiiI Buck, Umbrella man.
Ben Smith, Tom.
A H. Doylo, Siki Mow.
T. Hope, Filibuster Georgian Period
(prise)
Harvey Robinson, Clown.
Jim Lawrence, King's Jester.
F. Merger, Old Black Joe.
— March, Sailor.
— Veith, Sailor.
— Maguire, Diana the New Cook.
— Aldritl.S tid.er,
.1. Haunier, Fortune Teller.
N. Ross, Bonaparte.
A. Caloy, U. S Field Officer.
W. Mcllac, Italian School Boy.
— Mahonoy, Clown.
— Toombs, Chel.
F. Leslie, Miss Nobody.
NOTICE
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
PROCLAMATION
Public notice is hereby given to tho electors
of the Municipality of Rovelstoke, that I renin re the presence of tho Bald electors at the
City Clerk b office. City Hull. McMuzie Avenue.
in tho said city, on the l"th day uf January.
1908, at l- o'clock noon, fur the purpose of
electing persona to represent them iu the municipal Council BS Mayor ami Mdormeri. and also
for iho puipoaeof electing two School Tru*-iee-
Tho iim-te uf Domination of candidates shall
ho ti.-. follows:
The candidates shall be Dominated Id writing;
tin- writiiiir shull be subscribed by two voter- . i
the municipality a- proposer nnd sec nider, and
shall bo cloiuorod to the Beturalnr Officer ai
nay time betweeu tho dateol this notice and i
\t in. of tho day of the nomination; and in th*-
ovont of a poll being necessary surta poll will b*.
opened on Thursday the itith day January lulu.
In the City Clerk's office In the City of Revel-
-lelxo, and kept open between the hour of nine
o'clock in   the   forenoon and the hour of   seren
o'clock in the afternoon, (or taking and recording tho votes of tho electors of tho said l ity. ol
which every person in hereby required to take
notice and govern bim>eif accordingly,
The persons qualified to be nominated for and
elected as Mayor shall be such perwmsasare
intilo British subjects of the full age of twenty*
pue years and are not disqualified under any
law. and have been for the six mouths next
preceding tho day of  nomination the rft-i-.teretl
uwuer in the Land Registry Office of land or
real property in the city of the assos-ted value
on tho last municipal Assessment Roll or On**
Thousand Dollars or more over and abort any
registered judgment or oharge,and who are
otherwise duly qualified as municipal voters,
Tho persons iiualified to b« uominated for
and elected as Aldermen shall be such person-,
us are male British subjects of the fullace of
twenty*one years and are not disqualified under
any law, and have boon for the six months uest
preceding the day of nomination the registered
owner iu tho Laud Registry Office, of laud or
real property in the city of the assessed ralue.
ou the last municipal Assessment Roll, of Five
Hundred Dollars or more over and above any
registered judgment or charge, and who are
otherwise qualified at municipal voters
Tho persoDs qualified to be nominated for and
oloc-tod as School Trustees shall he such persoDs
as are householder-, aud Ijoiug British subjects
of the full age ol twonty-oue years aud othar-
wiso qualified to vote ai an election of School
Trustees.
Every candidate nominated shall signify by
a writing accompanying the nomination paper,
his consent to such nomination, except in case
such person be absent from the municipality
when such absence shall be stated in the Domination paper.
Every candidate nomiuated for mayor or
alderman shall, on or before the hour of two
p.m. of the day of nomination, furnish the Returning Officer with a statement in writing,
specifying the laud or real property opou
which he qualities.
Given under my hand at Revelstoke this 2nd
day of Jauuary, 1908.
CHAS. J. AMAN,
Returning Officer.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Ths Ut* Council Invites applications for the
position of Cilj Clark, witfi which will be
associate^ the offices of City Treasurer, Assessor and Collector. Applicants to state salair
required, aud forward reference, with their
applications, which should reach the undersigned by Jimiiaey 20th, 1906.
Revelstoke, B.C., Pec. 21st, 1907.
td
H. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
l>i.-trict of \Wst Kootenay*
Take notice that I. John Kennethl-McLean. pf
R-'velsioke. B. C . lumberman, intend to apply
for a special li'eace to cul timber from the
following described lands:
Coininou'ing nt a post planted adjoining
t'mber limited 74(4, and marked "J. Kenneth
UcX-aan'a north-feast corner,'' situate about
two mile.-; up Half-way Creek on the
west side of Arrow Lake, thence we>t s>0
chains, then*'c south 80 chains, thence ea-t SO
chains, thence north 80 chains to point of com*
mencsment containing tXO acres muro or less.
Dated Dec. 10th, 1907.
satdec 14      JOHN KBNNKTH McLEAN.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenai.
Take   notice   that   I,  J. Donga 1 of   Nakusp,
upturn, iutand to apply for permission to pur*
chase th* following described lands:
c. ..]..■:. ■.:.„• ai a post planted at the N. \V.
corner of Lot No, *.tl4. runntng south 'JO chains,
thencs west 20 chains, theuce uortb 20 chains,
theoce ea-t 20 chains to point of commencement.
Dated Do^. l.»th. 1907.
JULIUS DOC (ML,
jan 4 sat D. Dewar. Agent.
NOTICE.
,evi. - nke Laud lusti u t.
iilstrn   oi h I'M Kootenay,
lake notire mat Charles UoNicholU, ofSil-
e runt, fi i ..occupation, umber or uiser, intends
o apply for  special  umber UoenSM over the
oiiuwing described laudn:
1 Commenduk at a post planted 00 tbe
-hsI brain ti ol llaiey (reek about \ miles
rom the forks marked "C MoNloholbV south*
vest corner post," thence io chainh nonlj,
thence au chains e*M, theuce 80 chains south,
thence 90 chains »e-t to place oi touimence-
tut-nt, eontHiiiini* 6tu acres more or less.
Dated 1Mb December, I9u7.
2. Couimeudng at a post plauted :', miles
'in Canyon Creek on »08t side marked ,«q, Me-
SlCbolu' south-peM corner pom " thence 160
chains etui, thence 40 chains north, theuce leo
ohalns west, thence 4u chains south to place of
commencement-, containing 640 acres more or
it-is.   Lotated Uecember ;"in, iwu7
LllAKL   d McMCHOLLS.
I ate Dec. 36th, 10u7. fat dec 28
Iu the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Iu   the   matter   of   tbe Winding Up Act, being
chapter   144   of  tbe   Revised    Statutes   of
Canada
aud
Iu the matter of The tttwood Tin Workers Gold
Mining Company of Lardeau,  British  Col*
umbia, Linuted, Nuu-per--oual Liability.
Notice is hereby given that upon the petition
of Charles Lewis an order was made by the
Honourable Mr. Justice element iu the above
atter. dated tht* 27th December. 1907, whereby
it »as ordered that tbe abovi."uaiued company
oe wound up uuour the provisions uf tbu Winding Up Act Minim. ,1-iiuK Jones, ol tarn*
borue. B.c , was appomiei Provisional Liquidator.
Further take notice that in and by said order
Tuesday tbe 21st day of January, 190&, at tbe
nour of 1U:30 o'clock in tbe forenoon at tbe
t. ourt House, Vancouver, B.C., was fixed as the
time and pla e for the appointment of an
official liquidator of the above named company
of which all parties concerned are reqnested to
takeuotice.
Dated thia 30th December, 1907.
MARTIN, CRAIG ft BOURNE,
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.,
Jan 4 4t Solicitors for tbe Petitioner.
NOTICE.
RevelFtokr* Lauu UlutxuSL,
DlKUiot ol V\ u-a Kootenay
Take notice tbat I,  D. Dewar, of Arrowhead,
ruisor. mieud to apply for p*armi-,-,.uu to pur*
cioi-e tbe following U-jscrioeu laud? ;
Uommeuciug   at   the sK   corner of Lot No
M-    niuniug uortb iu cbaiua, -.Deuce *.<•.-). 160
cbams, theuce &outh io cueiu*, toeuce west 160
chain* to poiut of commencement.
Dated Dec. itb, 19U7.
sat jan 4  D. DEWAR.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Laud tti.t,,,,,
ui.iricl ul Wee. Kuuivnay.
lake uuik-0 mat torwrt Armstrong, el Ar-
ruwuead, a. C., occupation Miuer. intends
lo apply lur a special umber licence over the
lulluftinydescribed laud:
Commenclni al a post planted about 100yds,
uurih ui pu.i marked N, vs. l.;»& and narked
"Kouerl .Armstrong's o rt. corner poet," tbence
»■ c.ains 11 rtu. eu chains easi.eo chaius south,
au nhaiu. v*e*i to puiui .1 uommenveaaeat.
Helen liiu ana day oi .Nov., 19V7
sat nuv a ttUHJittT AKM.-11 IIO.-.G.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of Went Kootenay.
Take notice that Nels Thomas Edwards of
Kevelstoke. B. ('., Cruiser, intend.-i to apply for
special licenses over the following duecribed
landflj
1. Commencing at a oust planted about two
mile*. diatanL and iu un easterly diro- lion from
the southwest corner of .-fection 4, in Township
JL ItVvrlMokv: Land District, and marked "Nels
ThomOe Kdwurds' t»outh-west corner," thence
north M chains, thence «a*t »o chains, thence
BOUth 80 chains, theuce'Vest 80 ch-iins to the
point of COKtnoncomont, containing 6Pi acro>
more or lew, and being Section - in Township 3.
2. Commencing at a post planted about one
mile distant and in nn easterly direction from
the oui h im -i corner of Section 16. Township .".,
l.cvclstokc Lund District, and marked "V :-
rhomas KdwaidV north-west corner." thence
east -v1 chains, thence poufh BO chain**, thence
went ni chains, thence north BO chains to the
point of uODinonocmenti cou'aimnKGt'i acre*
Djoreor lose and being (notion Ll, Township s.
3- Commencing at a poet planted ai>out one
mile distant and in an easterly direction from
the south-caal comer of Section 16 in Township
;i, Beveb-toke Land Diftnct, aud marked ''Nels
Thomas Kdwards' nutb>WWt corner," thence
north 80 chains, thein. east 80 chains, thence
oouth WchaiDt*, thence Went 80 chajns to point
of commencement^ containing M0 acre" more
or leu-'and being .Section li in Township 3,
I.    Commencing at a   post  planted about one
mile distant and in an easterly direction from
the sooth-east oorntr oftfootion B»ln Township
3, Kevelstoke I..uui District and mark- ii ' Nelc
Thomai KdwanU' north west corner." thence
eohl 8u chains, thence eouth S) chains, thence
west ni ohalns, thence north 80 chain* t" the
point <>f OOfflmonCement, containing u4u acres
more or lean, and being --ectiou £i in 1 ■ * i.«in.
3,
~ . Ciiinini ncing al a po*.t planted about on.
mil. dUtaniand in an tasterly direction from
i he toutfa oasi < orner of tfeoUon •£*. in iu»n-hip
.1, IteveUtoke Land DuKrlcU 4ud marked 'Keis
rbumas l£d wards souttpwtsjt eorner," UwOve
north i*i (h.iins, UhhiOs *a«t cu • b->inp
Lb ..'■!* -oath b» uhainsi thence »sai HUohaina
lo the point of oommaooi ment* and ouotainuuj
• ■1 . m res untie or   i->.    and   being 8ct Uolt At..
Townships.
li. I ouiinonring at a poet planted one unh
Oi-laiit  aud   in  an   sastorlf dmelioli fr*.iu Ihe
north sasl corner of ttorllun B. In loMunhip3,
llevulnloku   Laud   Dintrict,   and in-trk. tl "Nel-
l human  h wards'  north wost oornor,' thenoe
. .irtl SO chSiOSi theuce nouili 80 I bami", .In lit •
west Ni OhaiOS, ihenee nor;b ou chains to lb.
point of ootnm. ticuineut,  and eonUUuins w
t. res   more   ur   loSS,   and   Im ing   rieetl'-u if Ul
I ov\n*diip3.
7. UOutmeocing al a po«t planted one lull.
.,111 ant anil in an eswaen} duv> tmn f rum tbe
-.null eu-l   eorui.r   Ol    bet lion   4.    i'-Wi.hbip 4,
. uvelstolte   Land   Disttiet-, aud marlud   Nt.»
i butini*.   K<1v*um]i'   SUUtfa wu»i . oru  i,   tin net
ninth no einim-, ibouse<*ast sOcbalfls, tnenii
south0Uuhainsi thence »«■»■'■ ■ usuus to potai
oi couiinenuemeut-, a.nd 'on..t.i.. k --i ■*■■>■
more or -• -- and tMlng s   .. ■>> £. .n iowm.iup
4.
Daiifl Pop.4th. !>■:
Mitdtc 7      Nhi..- THOM.V8 IJ»« AKDB.
NOTICE
llevulstoku Land uuirlel.
Itimiii i ol West Kouteuav.
Notice m limel y given Hint thirty
tlityu from lliv ilale lit'icof 1   Intend  lo
n|i|iiy to tin- Chief Oommlntoner of
Iannis mill Works for |hm mis-ion lo
UUt nnil curry ,iw.i\ luuli. r from tnt
lollortlhK ili".ci ilit-il Imi'l:
Colllitu'lli'iiiK lit .i poat planti'il on
tin-noi Hi sltlr ol liiu N. a. Aim of
Upper Arrow l.iku at i hf M. K. Ui 1..
-O'l. It. 1., mid iiituki'il It. Smith s
b, Ii. C," TbniM iveMt half u null',
theniM* noilh One mile, thence Mat
one hall mil,-, more, or le»M to lake
shore, thence -Jong lake shore lu point
of  IOIIIIIII'lll'l'IO''llt.
K. SMITH,
Her II. V. Hull, Agent.
Untetl Uec. lUlh, UW7.
Kevelstoke Land District,
Disirici of Koouuia) ■
Ts.se nolic-e tnat 1, John Albert Kirk, of Rev*
• 'i-ioke. IV occupttUon B. C Ur.ud tiurveyo ,
miend lo apply lur permission to parcbtM** tbe
loLlowing acecrib-ad laud;
Commencing at a poet planted about forty
Qve ii.i; chaius north ol the nortu e-a.it corner of
Lot Qve tbouaaod four hundred and fourteen
i^4i4/. Group one Ul; theuce wost n-ixty (60,
chains; thenoe soutn forty five (46) chains;
thence eabt sixty (tiOjchaini*. Lhcijce north turty
five (id) chains Im poiuL ot commencement.
Dated itath November, 1Uu7.
wed dec 4 JOHN ALBERT KIRK.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1. K. H. Ouffey, mine man*
iger, 00 days   after da to   intend to uupiy to tho
'bief Commissioner of Landt  and Works for
....-rin.-'-.ioij to purchase the followingde-*cribed
lands i
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains
north of the south-east comer of timber limit
HJlGand marked "Y. H On tie j - north-east
corner p>jst," thence i-uuth 8u chains, theoce
WOStOO cbaiua theme north 80 chain*, theuce
east 8U chaius to jHJiut of commencement, containing *'•(" acres more or less.
Dated Oct. 2Bth, 1W7.
F. H. QUFFEY,
Per W. A. Smyths, Agent.
In the County Court of West Kootenay, holdsn
it Revelstoke,
In the matter of Joseph Dolan, deceased,
aud
in the matter of the Administrator*1 Act,
TAKE NOTICE, that by an Order of His
Hoiioi J, A. Pterin, made tbt 13ih day of Octc
oer. 1907, 1 was appointed Admiuoftralorof
■}■■•■■,,. Dolai.. decea»eil, and all parties having
claim- agaiusi the said K-taie are hereby re*
,\.,:••■: Ui furnish same properly verified to me,
on or before tht* 31m day of January, lVOe.
All parties indebted to tie ttaid r..-..«te are
required to pay the amount of indebtedness to
me before the .ii-t of January, llSJt.
Dec. Uth   1-M7
FHKD PKAHER,
dec li it   Administrator.
NOTICE
Ke alstoko Lauil I'.  :r.. i
Dtstriotuf West Kot.teuay.
LaseooUOS that 1. W A. Smith, agent, fiO
dgjl after dale intend U> spply to the Chief
' "ii,no — iM.ii.T oi Landv aud works for per*
inismou to purchase the followiug described
lands:
Commencing at a poat plauted about '% mile
north of jioulh-eeti corner of Umber limit 7016,
and msrkod "W A. Hmythe's 8 W. corner post,
tbeu'e north H chains, theoce east Su ebslus
i i.ence south SO cbams, thence west SO chains to
point of commencement, containing; 040 seres
more or leas.
Dated Oct. 38th, 1BOT
W. A. HMYTHK.
NOTICE.
West Kootenay Land Dwtriet.
Di-.trict of Went Kootenay
l.tko uotico that James Adams BtOtWHL of
I'uluih, Al inn , i .-j A . oooupation Titiib*rr
IH-Aier, inieiidrt io sppiy for a cpuciel uiiiber
lie nco ovei •be follow ,..„ iltsM rlbed leuds:
Oommonelng at a pi»i planted nt the N. \V.
< omei poat u| 1. L. No it!j ou ihu west elde of
the Cpper Arrow Lake end marked "C. D.
lovoi'ii - SK. corner," thence wuet Itin rhalne,
ihcncenonih 40 chains, theuce mil Iwj chain*",
I lie nee north iu chains to point of eommenes*
monL
Staked Nov. 4th, l'.-'T
0, K. OOWAHD,
Agent for James AdauiM Htctaon.
Dated Dm no, in»7. wuidooi
NOTICE
Kfvi'Ulokt- J-mil  Di-t'iet.
lM"trict uf ^ t--.t Kootenay,
I vhK NOTIcB that Ueorgs McCsrtsr, of
Revelstoke, B ('., Agent, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands :
Commencing at a post planted at tbs north*
mot corner of Lot b2V*6. in Uniup One, Kootenay
District; theuce west ll.tilW cbsios; thsucs
north ;*> chains; thsucs west 10 chains; thencs
north *J chains, thence east 21,61V chains avrs
or less to tbs west bank of ths Columbia Biver;
thsni's following the wen*, bank of ths Columbia Kiver southerly to the point uf commence-
msut, ooutsiuing VI acres, mors nr Isss.
UKOKMK UoCARTBB.
Dated November 1st.. 1907. Nuv. • m
CHE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Weather Forecast
Saturday. Jan. llth, for 24 hours-
Cloudy and generally lair. Temp.
Mn. 44; Min. 33.
Local and General.
The Provincial Legislature will be
opened at Victoria Thursday next.
The general annual meeting of the
Revelstoke Liberal Association baa
t»een postponed till after the Civic
elections.
The first annual ball under the auspice, A Fire Brigade No. 2 will lie held
ou Friday. Feb. 21, in the opera house,
I'leparatioua are now in progress.
Henry 0. Wootten, managing-director for Canada for the Ridgway Tea
House of London, England, was in the
city this week appointing agents for
the salt of their famous teas.
Mr. Sutherland, who was mentioned
as a candidate for alderman for ward
two, has withdrawn from the field on
tindiug that owing to some oversight
he had not the neceseary property
qualifications,
A Japanese colony will be established along the line of the C. P. R. 25
miles east ol Calgary says Nag Tanz, a
prominent Japanese of Vancouver. It
is intended to grow beets for sugar
manufacture. Ten thousand acres
have heen purchased.
The men's n eeting will be held as
usual to-morrow afternoon from 4 to
5 p. ni. in the Y.M.C.A. In addition
to the singing there is to ho a brief
address by Rev. J. R. Robertson. The
meeting is open to men. The build-
ing is open to visitors Sundays from
8 a. in. to 10.30 p.m.
"The list is long of many things
That help to start a fuss.
A little word will start the row
That endeth in a muss.
But no one knows the awful fate
Awaits the careless cuss
Who takes a ballot in his hand
And fails to "mark it thus."
The London Times has passed Irom
the control ol the Waller family,
which haB owned and conducted it for
three generations, in fact, ever since it
was first established. C. Arthur Pearson, one of the two journalistic magnates of London, has secured the
newspaper. A company has been
formed with Mr. Pearson ae  manager.
One of the best known old timers of
the Pacific Province has passed away
in the person of J. P. Allan, one o! the
fathers ol the Kootenay country, who
died on Sunday at Spokane. Mr.
Allan was well known all through the
interior as "Dad'' Allan. Hie sohb
live iu the uppei country at the present lime.
Considerable indignation is manifested along ttie river at the action of
the U.T.P. contractors in purchasing
such large quantities of timber for
western construction from the Ame:i
can side of the river. All the material
bo purchased can be supplied bv this
district, which would mean a quarter
of a million dollars spent here inBtead
of in Minnesota.
T. Corley is building an up to-date
blacksmith shop at the corner of 2nd
street and Campbell avenue. The
building is 22x30. the upper story
being intended to be fitted up as a
carriage shop. Tbe smithy will be
ntted with every appliance for tbe
trade and Mr. Corley, who ha, bad
mar.y ■ ears practical experience in the
tusiness, is prepared to accept any
kind of ivurk. and ask« Inr tbe patronage of tbe public. D. McCarthy has
the contract for the building, which
will be ready in aliout ten day,.
The Moncton, N. K., Transcript
■ay, —Mr H. '.. Wad man of the city-
engineer's office, received word yesterday of the death at Hutchinson,
Minnesota, of Mrs , Wsdman'l brother,
Rt.ienck McKay, aged al«'Ut 67
which occurred at Hutchinson, State
of .Minnesota, "ii Monday morning,
Dec ISod The night "before Mr
McKay had retired a little before tbe
other ni'-rnbers "f the family and on
calling him in the morning they
received no answer, and he was found
lying in bed, dead. The doctor, who
wac called said death had taken place
luring sleep from the hunting ol a
Mood vessel near the heart. Deceased
was a superintendent of schools in
Minnesota, and a native ol Hartsville.
P. E. I. The late Mr. McKay is an
uncle ol Theo. Wadman a resident of
this city.
A LOT   OF  HARD  WORK
Is necessary to keep up tbe high
standard of groceries handled
here. We are kept pretty busy
in selecting the good qualities
from flit' ittiiny inferior gimlet
so temptingly ottered us, Our
reward lied  in  your   continuous
satisfaction with the groceries
you purchase here. How great
that .-ntinfliction is you can determine hy giviug us a trial
torder to-day.
MAYORALTY, 1908
To the Electors of Revelstoke:
BREAD PURITY
is of prime importance in the
healthful sustenance of life. Pure
sweet, wholesome, satisfying
bread is our output, day in, day
out, week in. week mil. If not
acquainted with the excellence
of our bread, hasten your trial
order this way and be convinced
of its superiority,
HO'BSO/f   SSL
YOU CANT
MAKE ANY MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY
NICOLA COAL
REAL 1
; ST ATE,
Accident;
INSURANCE
MONEY TO
— Eire,
.OAN
Lil
e n
K I N C A I D    &
lu_ FIRST
3i_	
ANDERSON
S T R E E T
ja
The Oddfellows Lodge of Revelstoke,
Selkirk No. 12, has just installed a Hue
new electric sign over the Selkirk hall
The sign, which is manufactured by
Hall Sign Company of Chicago, is
composed of three links, the emblem
of the order, the links containing 21
lamps each side or 42 lamps in all of
8 candle power each, in red and white.
The effect is very handsome and an
ornament to the city.
Social and Personal
Mr. Cooper of the Imperial Bank
start' has returned from his holidays.
J. A. Kirk has returned from Crazy
Creek where he has been on business
for the'past month.
P. Olsen, Galena Bay, was in the
city on Wednesday on a business visit.
Chief Young of Comaplix was in
the city yesterday on a business visit.
A. M. Piukham has returned from a
visit to Calgary.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Keays left this
morning on a visit to Golden and Cal
gi'.ry.
Nothing better than Our "Speolal.
A few suit cases and grips cheap at
The Ideal.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Revelstoke Cigars.
A set of 3 tible mats, different sizes,
for 25c, or a erumh tray and brush for
50c.   C. B. Hume & Co.
Revelstoke Cigars -Union Made Our
Speolal, The Union, and Marca Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
No. I Northern Spy Apples, Naval
Oranges. Bananas and Grapes today.
C. B, Hume .V Co,
At. the request of ninny of the turn
nessnien and other residents ot the
City, 1 have consented to have my
inline placed in horn mat Ion for the
office of Mayor for 1SI08.
My le'oiil us an Alil'i'niiin shews
tl.a during my term of office 1 gttVi
close attention to the affairs of the
City and in all eases did what 1 con
eidcrcd was in the best int'-rcsts of the
whole City irrespective of Ward Influences.
My opponents would, if they could,
lead the electors to believe that a man
who is engaged in some corner grocery
business is the only kind of business
man suitable to look after the ntT.iirs
of our growing city. I have yet to
learn that all the business ability of
the city Is confined to that ohiss of a
man. 1 can make such arrangements
as will permit of my devoting such
of my lime as may he necessary to the
affairs of ihe city, and my experience
of city affairs I consider fits me for the
office quite as well as any one who lias
yet appeared in the field.
My view, us well ns the view of
many other ratepayers, is ihnt .(the
mayor and aldermen would appoint
capable men to the dirt'jrcnt civic
offices and hold thoBe persons strictly
accountable for good resultB and devote their own energies io supervising
what is done and do less interfering
in the carrying on of city work, the
city would profit by it. We have hud
in the past some costly experience resulting from the. mayor and aldermen
trying to run affairs that they knew
nothing about' the time has come
when a change Should be made in the
way above referred to. 1 propose to do
what 1 can to surround myself with
capable aldermen and city officials and
see that each does his little part and
does it right or know the  reason why.
In regard to the question of sewerage, 1 may Bay, that when the by-law
was voted on nnd carried last Fall, 1
took it for granted tint the council
was quite justified in going abend
with this work ns fur ns possible.
Since the contract has been let,
however, I find among the ratepayers
a very strong feeling against the
scheme as it Binuds at present.
If a majority of the ratepayers wish
to have the whole question re- pened
and a different schema outlined, for
sewering the city, 1 stand ready to do
all I can to bring this about, provided
it can be done without involving the
city in n lawsuit ior breach of contract.
I think that during the next year
most strict economy should be exercised in all departments and it will
be my effort to effect these economies
wherever possiblj without destroying
the efficiency of the different departments. Our Fire Departments deserve every encouragement and assistance possible and our Police and
Water and Light services must be
kept up to a proper state of efficiency,
but large expenditure on roads and
itreets can very well be omitted until
our finances are in better shape. I
an. favorable to a fair arrangemeni
being made for the disposal of the
surplus electric power which the city
controls in order that industries
requiring cheap puwer may be en-
A public meeting will be held in the oouraged.
opera house, Tuesday night, Jan. 14, 1 ask (or your support at the polls
for the purpose of discussing civic I on the 16th of January and feel
affairs. All opponents and their confident that 1 will receive the
friends are cordially invited to attend support of a large maj rity of the
this meeting, a fair bearing will be ratepayers and trust to merit that
given them Front seats will he re- support throughout my term of office.
served for the ladies
V'l,r"rul>'K- E.TRIMBLE
MAYORALTY, 1908.
To the Electors of the
Revelstoke:
City of
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward One
Having been asked by a committee
of electors from Ward One to stand as
a representative for that Ward at the
coming civic elections, I have decided
to place myself for nomination.
I do not believe in making many
promises, because promises often fall
through, but 1 will promise to look
after the interests of the city in every
particular that come before me, and
if I keep the interests of the city
before me, I do not think I can go very
far astray.
I ask for your support on January
16th and feel sure that during the
ensuing year 1 shall merit fiat support.
Yoorb Faithfully
PETER HOOLEY.
Notice.
Tapping,
Candidate for Mayor
Bi&sell Carpet Sweepers, from  $3.00
up. at the Ideal.
Send for our descriptive catalogue
of nursery stock. Address—The Kiv
erside Nurseries, Grand rtrk.-. Ii C.
Coming Events
Monday   Jan.   13th.—" Bonnie   Brier
BiBh" Company at opera house.
Feb.   21 —First   annual   hall Fire Brigade No  2.
Ladies anh GENTLEMEN!
In response to the expressed wishes
of a large number of electors of the
city, and of the influential deputation
of business men who waited on me
with the request that 1 should allow
my name to go in nomination for the
mayoralty of Revelstoke for the ensuing, I recognise that it is the duty of
every nuin to respond to the call of
his fellow-citizens il he can thereby
serve the public interest.
1 have therefore the honor to advise
you that I am a candidate for tbe
office of Mayor in th • coming election,
and request the favor of your Biipport.
If elected it shall he my earnest en
deavor to bring about a reduction of
taxation, and to insist on the cennom
loal administration of the civic finances. The taxation nt present levied
is a heavy but den on tha.se who make
their h- mes iu Revelstoke, and the
rate of taxation must be reduced.
I am in favor of a ' e 'Ijustnient of
the city assessment, s i I... i it shall be
more equitably apportioned, and consequently reduced on improved property. This will mean not only a
saving to bona lldi eiiinei>'s in their
annual tax bill, but wi I |,|.ice the city
in a more favorable financial position
so that its bind, will command a
higher price than under existing
conditions.
I am in favor of permanently surfacing with crushed rock the main
thoroughfares of the. city at such time
as the revenue will justify tho undertaking of such work.
The expenditure must lie placed on
a systematic basis, consistent with
public, works being carried out in the
most efficient manner, nnd yet to an
extent sufficiently .vithin the revenue
to ensute the civic finances being
placed on a sound footing, bo that the
frequent issue of debentures shall not
be nece sary.
Youu Obedient Servant,
CHAS. F. LINDMARK.
W
"Ti
^.ro«
.#-
REvSOLVED
That we are hammering
PRICES DoUiiN/ ON VHAT
is left of our season's
goods - the blows we
ARE STRIKING ARE REDUCING
OUR. STOCK.
ftUSTERL
I
ROWN.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two:
Ladies and Gentlemen,—I am
again placing my name before you as
a candidate [or the aldermanic board
and therefore offer my services as representative for Ward Two in the coun
:il of 1908. II re elected 1 will endeavor, as in the past, to perform the
hit ies pertaining to that office to the
best of my abili'y. I would therefore
respectfully solicit your votes and
influence.
Yours faithfully,
R. H. SAWYER.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two:
At the request of a nutvber of
friends I have consented to have my
name placed in nomination as Alderman in Ward Two for 1908.
I heartily endorse the candidature
of Mr. Edward Trimble for mayor,and
promise if elected to give him my best
■mpport in an effort to give Revelstoke
good government lor 1908.
1 have no other promises to make
and ask your support on the ltith
instant.
G. S. McCARTER.
HAMMERING  PRICES
OUR WINTER. .STOCK \S FAST REDUCING
BECAUSE THE PEOPLE OF THI.S COMMUNITY
KNOW THAT WHEN WE .SAY WE HAMMER
PRICED, WE DO HAMMER PRICED DoWN ON
LEGITIMATE REGULAR MERCHANDISE. OUR
PRICES Do THE TALKING. THIS WEEK WE ARE
MAKING A DRIVE ON FLANNELETTES IN PLAIN,
STRIPED AND FANCY. WE OFFER ANY PIECE
IN THE STORE, REG. 15C. AND 17 y2C. LINES
AT 1«2#C. THESE ARE THE BEST ENGLISH
AND CANADIAN MAKES AND EXTRA WIDTH.
THEY WERE GOOD VALUE AT THE REGULAR
PRICE—NOW THEY ARE MONEY SAVERS.
WE HAVE SOME EXTRA GOOD SNAPS IN
STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR. EVERYONE KNOWS
THESE GOODS-GUARANTEED UNSHRINKABLE
AND THIS CARRIES THE OFFER To REPLACE
ANY GARMENT THAT DOES SHRINK. WE HAVE
ALL SIZES.
WE WANT YOU TO REMEMBER OUR SALE
OF PURE WOOL HOSIERY.
The values are too good to go at Sale Prices, but we have too many
and want to get them out of the way hefoi-e making out- Inventory. It
will pay you to investigate this line.
CHILDREN'S COATS are selling from I$1 up. Children's Dresses
are sellin ' from 65c up. These are as cheap as you could buy the goods
and you save the trouble of making them up.
McLENNAN'S
MACKENZIE AVENUE
to &
Municipal Electionsl908
To the Electors of Ward One:
Ladies and Gentlemen,—At the
request ol a large number of ratepayers of Ward One. and as a supporter of
Mr. Edward Trimble, I have been
asked to allow my name to stand for
nomination as Alderman in the coming election, and have consented to do
so
Though not a resident of the Ward
my interests are heavily invested in
Ward One and if elected I will do my
utmost to further the interests of the
ward and the city as a whole.
Soliciting your vote and influence,
I am,
Yours faithfully,
w. A. FOOTE.
EATON HURLBUT
Kin,- Note Papers for acknowledging gifts. Hot Praised Vellum,
Berkshire Linen, Highland Linen
Bond, Kara Linen, etc.
Walter Bcws,
Phra.B.
Druggist, ft- Stationer
OUR JANUARY CLEARING SALE
Municipal Eleciions 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two
Dress Goods
III ."ioi
.   tl
. Twi
."si Tu
■ I ft
iii'i
Tweed
All Wool Venetians
Regular Price (1.26, now HO
Broad Cloth
lle.lt      Hi
ll' Price $2.25
ow .ill.
Dress Patterns
112.50.
Furs! Furs!
Regular Price «7;,.iki
gnlar l'i Ice $40,
II
One only.  Isabella  I'm Sel
Now #lu INI
line only Canadian Mink linn
now $27.00,
Russian Mink Boas anil Stoles,  one only, Hon. $4{
now $80; '.ni- only boa, $25, now $13; one only bun
Kiln, now $10| t only. Mole,    $20, now $12:   on
only, stole.  $10, now $8.
Comforts, Blankets
■ •■ now ■ -ii- tin k -it Our January Hale IVi<'
Ladies Skirts?"?,
Costumes
from
$4
.'     Lot of Ladies'Skirts, Price*   ranging
-. '    \  .,    mi hilt ihi-ij regular price.
Ies, ivin.nn.i .uui  Venetian Bkirts.   These art
Just ti nt r,<l  ot i In- last  todays.    We are
ITering them  not*   o  greatly  reduced prices  ti
.ti i lit'in tint.
mlj Ladle* Costume, stee 38, Regulai Prlci
r. 50, now $15; Regular Price #£i 50, now $12.00
egulai Pi "■ (16, now *H
Misses Underwear
ti.. I*
Extra gn
til -,i'/^»s
Men's Overcoats
Regular Pi le
now (6.00,
.112. now sjM.mi; Regular  I'
#H.I|(|,
Boys' Overcoats
ni i:
ii ii.iir I'm
Men's Odd Pants
Extra Heavy Tweed. Reg,
Heavy Two
Price $8.00,
'dnl $1.1
now $2.1
Men's Suits
ei'gi
Extra   good   value,
$16.00, now $10.60,
HII2.   mm   $11,01);   l'i lie  Black
Boys Norfolk Suits
Boys Odd Pants
gnlar Prioe, $6.00; now $8.00.
BOo. per pair,
Heavy Sox for Men
All   Wool.    Five   fairs    lor   $1.00.
Cashmere Sox    (I pairs for $1,00.
Men's  Blac
Men's Underwear
I'leeeed Lined L'nileiwciU'at 50 Cents
Hale
Men'H Heavy
a garment,
Miii'h Ext iii Heavy All Wool underwear.
Price 7>. Per Garment,
This Is a Clearing Sale All Over the Store.
CALL   EARLY   TO
GET
No Reserve. Goods at Your Own Price.
THE    BEST   BARGAINS.
Bargain
Sale
REID   A.   YOUNG "ns-
•—
Friends,—I have been urgently requested bv a large number of the
electors of this Ward to allow my
name to be put in nomination as a
candidate for the position of Alderman
of your City. Although a citizen of
Revelstoke for the past ten years I
have never taken any active interest
in municipal work, but believe it to
be the duty of every business man to
take his share of the responsibility of
how the City's finances a e to be expended and how the City is to he
governed.
I have therefore consented to allow
my name to be placed in nomination,
and leave myself entirely in your
hands. I do not think that when 1
am willing to give my services to you
freely, that 1 should be obliged to visit
you personally and ask lor your support. If you have confidence in me.
and think that I am capable of discharging, with the other members
elected, tho duties of this office, then
I have a right to look lor your support.
As an independent candidate entirely untrammelled by any clique,
corporation or political party, I will
pledge my support to everything that
will advance the interests ol our city.
I will endeavor to economize in the
expenditures, curtail as far as possible,
unless absolutely ueceiBary and only
for permanent work, the expenditures
for public works, uutil the finances of
the City are in a more healthy state.
I will advocate a readjustment of the
Assessment, and a reduction of the
Taxes, and Water and Light Rates.
II these ideas meet with your approval, your support on election day
will be my answer.
Yours respectfully,
W. M. LAWRENCE.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward One :
Ladies and Gentlemen ;
I am again offering myself as a
candidate for Alderman for your
Ward. Stiould my attention to your
businesB during the past year have
met with your approval, I solicit your
vote and influence, and if elected 1
promise to faithfully serve you.
J. J. WOODLAND.
$1,000
New dwelling on Third street conveniently located, eight rooms, all
modern improvements. $1,000 down
will bardie lor quick sale. Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd,

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