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Array " Empire " Typewrite
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TELEPHONE   39
Vol. 15,-No 5
REVELSTOKE. B. C. FEBRUARY 13. 1909
$2.50 Per Year
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C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead antl Revelstoke.
Ladies Smart Shoes
The " Merry Widow " a new new pomp in   Knaineleil
Call, turn soles ami  new  heel, dull kid trimmed, a
very neat and dressy  shoe $4.00
The "Merry Widow" in tan colors, trimmed  with ligbt
shade   ol   calf  leather,   neat   self  bow,   turn sole,
with new  .staple  heel       $3.50
A  new  Patent  Oxford,  plain   toe, with dull kid matte
top,   fancy  creased  vamp,  new style Ouhanheela
pretty shoe, a nice finish to any ladies'costume — $3.50
Russia Calf, two evict pomp, Directolre toe extension
soles,     Sue    stitching,     with     new    Cuban    heels.
Medium   weight   soles         $4.00
New Dress Goods
Duchess Sat.au cloth, new bright  finished  cloth, just
what [s used for the styles of goWns  worn at   present, in
browns,    greens,   wine,    block,    navy    and    Krey.
Selling at per yard      G5C.
shadow striped  Chill'mi finished Panama cloth, in the
new colorings of greens,  browns,   navy, black   and
grey.     At   peivar.l         $1.00
Fifth-four inch   Panama cloth, line close weave (note
the extra width) in  the new colorings of browns,
greens, greys, blacks and navys,   Per yaid     $1.00
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STOCK TAKING BARGAINS
We are finding a lot ol odd pieces of
Enamelled Ware, tliese we are putting
on a Bargain Table and offering at a
reduction "I
25 PER CENT. OFF 25
All good goods and articles that ure of daily use
in the kitchen.
Book    your    orders   for   Damaged
Pipes with our Plumbing Department
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TINSMITHINQ PLUMBING        ELECTRIC WORK
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Rest
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branohes or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents In Great Britain and United States—London, England,
I.loyda Hank, Limited. Chicago Kirst National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco Wells FargO Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of Ull and Upward,  received, and  Interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
BHfiraaBaHQBHBBB
C. B. HUME & CO., Limited
Stores at Rovelstoke and Arrowhead.
**BIG  DISCOUNT  SALE*1
25 Per Cent. Off All
Ladies' and Children's  Winter Wear
Must be  cleared   to   make room   lor
new Spring Stock.
mtmrn
MRS.    A.    C R ICK
r 1 It S T   H T It 15 15 T.
..D TIMERS'
RE-UNION
Revelstoke Pioneers Meet at
Festive Board—Jolly Gathering—Good Programme of
Song and Story.
Probably the most delightful nnd
enjoyable social gathering ever belli
in the city was the Old TimerB1 reunion nt tbe opera house Thursday
evening. The usually commonplace
looking hall had beeir transformed
almost beyond recognition iuto rt
brilliantly lighted dining room. Flags
and bunting were draped over the
galleries aid singe, while strings of
colored miniature electric lights were
strung from the central chandelier to
the galleries. Across the front of the
stage wns the motto. 'Old Timers'
Welcome Old Friends. We were here.
Here we are."
The tables presented a most appetizing and inviting appearance, and
fairly groaned with a host ol delica
cie- of sufficient variety tn tempt the
most fastidious,
About 200 old timers took advantage
of this occasion to spend a social
evening together and "swap yarns" of
the early days, and judging from the
beaming faces around tlie talile , and
the merry laughter heard at intenals
everyone was having a good time
The supper whs all that could be desired and reflected great credit, ou the
catering and uiauageuieut of Mr and
Mrs. li. J. Hanbury.
The Independent Band opened the
proceedings with the National Au-
theui, after which tne entire company
joined in singing the dozology, "Be
present at our table Lord." His
Worship, .Mayor Lindmark, presided,
aud seated with bim at the head
table were some of the oldest of the
old timers, viz., Mr. J.C. Montgomery)
President ot the Kevelstoke Old Timers' Association; Mr. Win. Haley, Mrs.
B. Clark, Mrs. Fred Fraser, Mr. and
Mrs. Bickertou, Mr. and Mrs. W.J.
Dickey, Mr. aud Mrs. T. Lewis, J. M.
Kellie, F. B. Wells, and others. During supper appropriate selections were
rendered at iotervals by the Independent Band.
Alter ample justice had been done
to the edibles provided, Mayor Lindmark called the assembly to order and
read messages of regret from Mr. Fred
Fraser. Mr. H.C. Morris, and Mr. R.
T. Lowery, making a few appropriate
remarks relative to the occasion.
A poem to "The Man with the Pick
and Drill," written by an old timer
who was unable to be present, was
read by itcv. C. A. Procunier. A good
programme ol songs, speeches and
story telling was then rendered, the
following contributing: Messrs. J. M.
Kellie, T. Kilpatrick, E. A. Haggen
H. N. Coursier, H. Cooke, J. G. Barber, A. Penzer, P. Murphy, J P. Sutherland, aud Mesdamea Creelman and
Dent, while the old time choir rendered most tuuehiugly that favorite
melody, "Tlie Old Folks at Home."
Miss Maud Creelman made a good
accompanist.
A feature of the evening was"Noah'a
Paiade," led hy Mayor and Mrs. Lind
mark, in which all p.esent look part,
marching round and around the tables
singing "There's one more river to
cross." F. B. Tucker was present aud
took a couple ol flash lights of the
company.
The tables were tben put to one
side and some old time dances indulged in, including quadrilles, scbot-
ti.-ches, etc., to music furnished by
Mrs. H. N. Coursier, Messrs. T, Steed
and J. Jamieson.
Tbe gathering broke np in the early
hours of the morning, and the event
will live long in the memory of those
who were (ortuuate enough to be
preseut.
Presbytery Meeting.
The Presbytery of Kamloops will
hold th.iir annual meeting on Wednesday the 17tb, in Knox Church. A
good attendance of members isex-
ptctid. On Wednesday night at E)
o'clock a public meeting will be held
when addresses will be given by Rev
I/jgie Macdonnell. M.A., ol Vernon,
and Rev. F. W. Kerr, B.A., ol Field, on
the suhject of Moral and Social Re
fur iii. Tl.is is the only public meeting
that will be held by the Presbytery
and the public ol Revelstoke are cordially invited to be present.
Keep Tuesday,   Feb. iillrd, open Ior
the afternoon tea and evening at Mrs
Paget'a,   under   tbe   aus|rice«   of   Bt,
Peter's Ladies Guild.     Afternoon, Hi I -
' ver collection.   Evening i!5o.
Moving pictures tonight. Firs',
class programme.
BOARD OF TRADE
Meeting Called on the Bridge
Question -Other Business
A special meeting of tbe Board ol
Trade was held at the City Hall on
Thursday, Feb Uib, when there were
present: Messrs. W. M. Lawrence,
president, in the chair; W. H.Allen,
vice president; F. B. Lewis, C. F.
Lindmark, It. Gordon, 11. Manning,
E A Hig n, it, Howson, A,Hobson,
W. Bews, W. H. Pratt and C. It. Macdonald.
In the absence of H. Cunningham
Morris, E, A. Haggen waa appointed
secretary pro tern.
Moved by E. A. Haggen, seconded
by F B. Lewis, that Horace Manning
and K. M. Smythe be ebcled members
of tbe hoard.    Curried
The chairman announced that the
meeting was called on account of a
telegram received from H Ouiniing-
httin Morris, from Victoria, St.ting
that the contract for the bridge across
ibe Columbia liver at Hevelstoke had
been lei to Messrs. McDonald and Gil-
lett, but on account, of tbe representation from Revehtoke the contract was.
cancelled.
Moved by F B. Lewis, seconded by
W. H. Allen, that Messrs. Lindtnerk
and Hume, who are going to Victoria,
be appointed delegates un behalf ol
ihe bo.ird to interview the Minister of
Public Works and urge 'he prosecu-
ii.ti ol tbe work with all possible
-peed, the) having «'i bnrity to make
Mich recoinmendaii ns on behalf ol
the hoard a- shall ensu e the g. veru-
ment acting accordingly
Tlie question of distributing rateB
was tin u discussed, and ic was pointed
that Revelstoke wa. at present at a
great disadvantage aB compared with
Nelson iu this respect. The chairman
gave an instance ol how the rates affected the hardware business here by
stating that aitbougli Arrow Park or
Arrow Lake was aliout hall way between Kevelstoke and Nelson the rate
from Nelson was 35c, whereas from
Kevelstoke it was 80c.
On motion ol E, A. Haggen, seconded by J. P. McLennan, !.t was resolved
to communicate with Mr. Lanigan, ol
the C. P. R. Freight Department, asking tbat he meet tbe Board of Trade
witli a view to discussing tho question
of distributing rates and arriving at a
settlement of the question; otherwise
the discriminating rales against Revelstoke to be laid before the Railway
Commission,
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Boom Bill Killed -Trotter vs.
Arms—New C.P.R. Route-
Fire Insurance-Naval Programmes—-Better Titles.
Victokia, Feb. Hi—The petition of
tlie Thompson Kiver & Shuswap Boom
compiny, asking for exclusive booming privileges on the Thompson and
Shuswap waters, was killed by the
private hills committee yesterday.
London, Feb. 18.—At a meeting ol
the Edinburgh Trades Council today,
W. lt. Trotter, Canadian laboi representative in Great Britain, Baid that
the Salvatioe Army bad issued a booklet entitled "Tlie Surplus," wbicli hub
so full of miS'Statementa in regard to
Canada and emigration generally that
the Trades Congress ol Canada would
shortly issue a reply. Mr. Trotter
stated that the objeot of the Army
was not to help emigrants ho much as
to acquire government bonus upon
agricultural laborers, and commission
trom Hieaaiship and railway 'arts.
WINNIPEG, Feb IS—Negotiations
are being conducted with the C. P. R.
by the promoters ol a projeel for tlie
construction ot a line ol railway (rom
Vancouver to Seattle, whioh will be
more direct than the present route ol
the C.P.R. via Sunus, where connection is made with ibe Northern
Pacilic, with which road a trallic. arrangement lor the ln.ul to Seattle
exists.
VICTORIA, Feb. 13.—Another provincial-federal conflict seems imminent, this time upon the question as to
the right ot the province to allow lire
insurance companies to do business
wiihin British Colombia without regard to the federal requirement. jThat
is an obligation by which companies
must deposit !fll!l),0Ul) before doing
business in tlie Dominion.
London, Feb. 13.—The Daily Mail
learns that the government has decided
to lay down live battleships of the
improved Dreadnought type the com-
A request was received from eettlers
at Malawka asking the co-operation j i»B Beaeon. Tho building ol the sixth
of RevelBtoke in urging ou the gov- battleship will depend upon the pro-
erument the construction ol a   road 1 gress ol Germany's new construction.
through Eagle Pass, irom  Revelstoke:     ,. ,, ,    ,.,      .     .  „       .. ,
"      ,b        . ; , , ,      Victoria, Feb. 18.—Aa influential
to Mara,    lhe petition was iorwarded!
to the board by the city council, will, j deputation oi lumbermen, iiccom-
a strong recommendation of support,' pnnied by a couple ol Victoria bankeis
uud expressing  tlie opinion tlie sub-   interview  the   government  yesterday
joint was one rather loi the hoard thau
the city council.
Moved hy W. H. Allan, seconded by
F. B. Lewis, that tlie hoard is heartily
in accord with the petition and will
use its inlluence to have cll'ect given
to its recommendation,
The mayor reported that the city
council had appointed a cutiimittec to
meet a committee of tbe hoard witb a
view lo discussing the board's request
of a grant for a publicity building.
Moved by J. P, McLennan,seconded
hy F. B. Lewis, that the publicity
committee of tbe hoard be appointed
to cooler witli the committee appointed by the city council re publicity building for Revelstoke.
On the motion ol F, B, Lewis
seconded by J. D, Slbbald, it was resolved, "That, iu tbe opinion ol this
board, the time bus now arrived when
it is necessary this district should
have a land registry ollico located at
Bevelstoke for the recording ol transactions for the districts ot Northeast
and Northwest Koothuay, and that
Messrs. Lindmark and Hume be requested to represent the matter to the
member lor tbe dlstriot and the provincial secretary on tlieir visit to Vic
toria.
Moved liy M. H. Allen, seconded by
J. P. McLennan, Messrs. Briggs, McCarter, Sibhaln, Lewis and llaggin
were appointed a committee to draw
up a memorial for submission to the
government on the matter.
Moved hy .1. P. McLennan, seconded
by 1''. A. Haggen, lhat Mr. Li nil mat k
be authorized to interview the president of the Alaska-Yukon Exhibition
at Seattle aud arrango about the
Revelstoke Day at tbo Fair and any
oilier matters all'ecting the representation ol the district thero. It wns
undo stood tlie boa rtl would lake tlm
matter into special consideration nt.
the next meeting,
Edison Parlor Theatre tonight.
morning on the policy to he adopted
in regard to the t niber legislation.
The principal request was lhat the 21
year licenses now grunted be made
perpetual, thus assuring certainty of
tenure,
FATAL  COLLISION
No. 96 Crashes into Freight at
Hector—Fireman Killed
A latnl accident occurred last night
at Heclor, shortly after half past eight
it suiting in the death of Fireman
Burcliill of the C.P.R. It appears that
a freight westbound had entered the
-tiding at Hector at the summit of the
lull in order to wail for No. 96 to
croi-s, aud had been tbere lor very
neaily an hour, when No. UO steaming
heavily up the grade to lake
the main line at the siding, either
fr.-in tlie (net tbat the switch bad not
been closed properly to the siding, or
else that the points (ailed to act, look
lhe siding and came iuto violent ci1-
lisinn, head on, with the freight,
Fireman Burohlll was killed and Engineer Howard McCrae received severe
wounds caused by the impact. Further details ol the exact uaturu ol the
accident are not forthcoming,
Fireman Burcliill was well known
ou the road and leaves a willow and
child nt Field to mourn his loss. The
body will le brought to Kevelstoke on
the delayed train No. 1)7, Considerable sympathy is felt lor Hie widow of
the deceased. The accident has ca-t
a gloom over Field and the vicinity.
.—        ♦
Curling
The   loll wing   games   have  taken
place in  the  lue il competitions since
our Inst, issue.
Equitable Cup—
Donal i 14, Smith 8.
Hae 18, Donald 8,
Edwards 10, McRae 0.
Burns Cop, semi-finals—
Anderson 10, Sturdy 8.
Smith 12. Foote 9.
other stove suits the fuel and
the Kootenay.     We  have
oven  thermometers and  all
sure you buy a KOOTENAY   RANGE, an
Groeeiies from
Kootenay
Range
This is a cut of the
celebrated " Kootenay
Range " that is doing
such excellent service in
many Kevelstoke homes.
There is nothing to equal
it at the price and no
conditions here as well as
them specially fitted with
latest improvements. Be
get your 1909
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BOURNE  BROS.
Groceries        Hardware        Harness       Plumbing
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iurni$hiiiLd$ Mr.Bre$sen
If the laundry has knocked out your shirts and
broken your collars around the edges, played havoc
with your cults; if you have mtide holes in the toes of
your socks and are not lucky enough to have somebody to darn them for you; if you have dropped
something on each one of your neckties, or if your
collar has "cut"; or if you need any furnishings for
your body come to us.
WE SELL
SHIRTS From 75c. up
NECKTIES From 25*. up
UNDERWEAR...From 75c. up
Let  us   furnish   your   body  and   make  it lit to
live  in.
Fit Reform Clothing
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HEAD OFFICE, TORON Hi
i -1 11.' , ■•  1 .1   1887
B. B. WALKER, President Paid-Up Capital, $10,000,000
AJLEXANliKK I.AIRD, General M.i_..iZer    Reserve Flllld,    -     6.000,000
A GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES
DRAFTS  AND   MONEY  ORDERS sold, and money transferred by
telegraph or letter.
COLLECTIONS  made in all parts of Canada and In forei  11 countries.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS.    Cheques and drafts on lhe United States,
Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and sold.     123
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH--A.    H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
Death of John Larson
John Larson, who has been a nai-
dint ol Kevelstrke loi marly twint -
live years, died ve y suddenly in his
residence,     Wl st    of    tbe    Columbia
bridge,    on   Thursday   night.     The
f'ltieriil istakinn place to tl tint' rj
this iilternoon anil ii   being   Sttl 11 '   I
v many ol ihe eld timers, who bave
known thi deceased U,r 1 oombet ol
wars   and   who  sincerely   re^n t  Ins
1 allien demise.
Girl Convicted of Arson
c M'Iaiiy, Feb.   IS.—Judge   Harvey
tbis morning sentenced Florence I ri-
coll.   aged   10, ol   Ilit-h River, to ten
years [or ait- in, The trial hai. hicn t 11
lor some days, Her father Michael,
and brother with her were chained
with burning a barn, ami attempting
to but .    a   In use   in   which was Mre.
Demleri'  lour  children   and a bind
luan. I In judge eriti7."d the verdict
ol not guilty brought in against the
lather,    The sn was convicted. 11 MAlLHERALD,  RE7EGSC0KE, B.C.
Che  ffl>aiU»1focvalb.|
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MURPHY & FISHER
Ixrkisters, Solicitors,   Etc.
0 T T A W A
Supreme nnd Exchequer Court
Agents. Practice in Patent
Office    anu   befoie    Rt ilway
Commission.
Hon. CH uil.KsJMi ni'in . M.l'.
II mmi DjFlSUBlt,
UAR\ LY,  .Mn'AlM'Elt
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITOR! . KTC.
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The Molsons Bank, li'n .
FiltST ST .       REVELSTOKE, B.C,
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Provii i ial Land durveyot,
Mnnng Surveyor
lingiiieeting
Ui Kenzie Avknck,
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A    W A F% T    Q S? ft IPS i
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Adjoining   the   new   Ciitliolic    Hospital   and   College
(Irounds, South of Cily Pai k.
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'A JL       w'iii'B   %g\
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Price $160 par Acre        $300 Cas
Balanoe on Easy Tern";!
This i.s an exceptional opportunity to Inn < i.
Revelstoke Property,
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Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
employed in hunting for seals.
They secured 5 397, valued at $107,-
940.
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.art Mi  tot ltagbi . '      ■■•■■,. tneol ■  -nl aud
i I, Mon :..i    in '' i.i:<;1;.i..i- Hull, ti.-'-i tn ' Iper
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M'..  -   - ind   K..'nii,   Wedtu -.1,1), in
each rnutiit,. in 6--.l_,,ji_ Hail,   Vl_,it!ii   Wooii-
men cordially invited to attend,
vi. I). ARMSTRONG, Con, Coin,
.1. M-.-lNTYUl-.. Clerk.
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SELKIRK LODGE No. 12, 1.0,0. F,
^__. Moot- ovon 1 hui
^ X . rk Hall at Bo'ducl
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cordially inTlted to snood,
>1..   '.   Ki" * i J.. N.«. JAS   MATHIE_,S& .
Cold Range Lodge, K. of F.
No.  26,   Revelstoke, 8  C.
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J   B. SCOTT, M, ol I.
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Tn talk abont ttie rc-i
SATURDAY .     IRY  13. W
i ANAU \'-  FISHEUIKS
, i.     initial report i
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on • tl      .. «
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liiuii'.i.   "..■-   :''■ 122,029      'I he ri -
lair.- Y.t.ii-  'i the proviie .
ol    '   'ii.ii.'>; .   .:',u.-:
- un. m,  S5.01 '. i !'■   lobsters   tl.-
0".-4,lJJ      Cod,     -   ■ '.I1.-1-.    I,en   i     ,
$2,073; mai '-■ rel, •■' I I Sli,   11
• er tieh producl    to thi
i,,        .    ■ 507 v.' ri exporti .     lie
ninnlii      : 'i "i. 'i.. '. ■ "i -ii tlm in-
71,000, not im lu I
i .(j il,        .;-   : , ■ ;•- .ti- employed
Fair Wages for Women
Mr Frank Richards, .1. P., sends
Hit following uxlracl from a report
of iin ooinmitteo of lhe British
. I mse of Commons appoint! d to
i >olv into tlie scale oi wagi [or
govt innn-i11 conl in Is.
The report states that i lie larger
proportion of employees of a firm
uf i linhi iri , -: ■■■'■ ■: ■ ai. w unen
Thai Ihtj c iii set    o type in ij
III    ...    ..:   ■■       :■':..      . 'i.I: at   i
li J io be oki      ono
.      ,.■ . ':" l   - 11
tause Lhi..    in   al-
' r    ;: .io,: till loi sickness of .^oioe
ind."
In the leather trade the employment oi women has increased considerably in recent years. A repress ntative of the Midland Leather
fi'ule- i'niuii declared that women
ure quicker on the li^ht work than
men, hut lhat, taking heavy and
light work ti.it-tin :. lhi ii work is,
on the whole, not so durable.
i'he girl  whu works for  pocket-
money wages .ami who contributes
ittle i" tiie tip-keep of the home,
vu-   dealt with by Miss Irwin
ihe Scottish Council for Women's
I'rades in her evideiv        l'i    standard rnienf wages for women n
always tend to be broken .'nun by
hese   ca-ual   or   " poi ki I in mey
I idies"; in fact, in thi m i
rades the competition of tlie par
dally supported woman was u   ■
"i- mattei to ihe wi rai
entirely upon in r earn
"1 think   thi
f girl  clerks    ire   i
...
'.:•
OFFERS TO SOLVE MYSTERY
Concerning Lasl Resting Place
of Red River Martyr
Ami rose Lepine, the lieutenant anil
adjutant-general of Louie Riei, president oi the provisional or rebel gov
ernmeut that held possession ol Fort
Garry during the winter of 1869-70,
says th.u lor a consideration nam hi
will point oui the ipol where the ! i dy
of Thomas Scott, the murdered martyr of the Red hiver rebellion of 1870
lies. Negotiations to Ihis effect have
... ■ ii under way loi si veral ■•■■.
Lepine ii Haul to have sought vi al
i        ;    reel nl ly  i.i  conn eti' th
:'i,      :..■ ■ Caii'i
; .    n ■ ... a-   bhet I    ore
ili ie - .1  ■ -.- -i    ivhi "
.-t; et and Broad.. iy n iw inte   i   :. in
i.    city   I   \\ iunipeg   has   in       h  in
discovered by his family, fribtidi u
brethreu of the Oral ge order , i uhlcli
lie belonged.
it, was on a cold March   day in 1S7U
chat   the   tiring party uuder the command  of  A utirose   Lepine, adjutant
genera!  >i  i li -  ri i'.jl  half-breed :■ rri
son, that then  held Foi I Un ry, did to
deal It i". ni is Se tl  ui del thi vi ■  ct
,.!'  a court in uii.ii  iiii'l the liat of the
ntooiwsiued   pre<ident   ii the pseudo-
republic,   Louis  Kiel.     IVh iti " : '1 -
[> Bul iv 11 • in "le "i tin bo ly im- bi in a
•"-'.-       all e.i.ce|    thes    i
ivi .■ In r   thut d y a   I dm ng
-. had beeu i.- ,- c Id
tnd th      ..     j   i hat the   b dy    I  the
y■.1111< loyalist had plai    I   ii    h
Ited llivi r throu ■ ile i   tin ice
lias been j
n i.-
.i tie
et that the
ii ily   '. _
1 ■ —
" :- but A ail'it'-e Lepine knon -■, hut
i is to be believed h n i In- I beoiy
i an. the li dy w is , 1 ic. ■', in lhe 1!- .1
:ivi r : lint M uch ni tli in hi , fill
■ ni'i' ago i- wrong and i hat ii sum
niddei. .,■ .   ...    . he ■ .... u    I I.i  I iai
host .! .. ,        .. '..a .ill ■. .:■ i
jinbitten ' -'     pnli ic    ,'. tin  Doiuin
i   ll [. ' ii' .    ,.   ', ■ il In.
Kn    -   Mai ion,   when asked ii i here
: R'ttS     liy  ' ' 'ttll     li;     11.e   SlttLl'llieill   '.ll It
l Lepine Imii been approachod liy parties
e ith a .ii it t . learning where the b dy
.■ a-, to bi    . ,i.d, he 11. ins; in cuniiuai d
..' :l ■• ptrty  that fired the volley that
;■ an '   tl i" Scott's days,
!. , 1 . ,  ' i ^li^. :, ty g  veiy uncertain .- li   how ;.   should ,i.. i ,.i..d if ho
told   v, hen    the   body   wn -  it might
•rii     !    red    upi ij   iiuioei nl parties,
hit) ...   i   ]' in    ii v. .I to h ive
.. e -ch dignitnry and
atlv e      .-i    ri venl i    i In
(   ei -     in     i   mi ■ c  i in-   v. il i.        I'llOlll.H
I So n , mt tho pre
l.ili  refused to t.e ih inn into ihe
Li p'u ■ ii.• i oi St I■ ni'. io whore ho
cultivates a sni ill farm, 11 i now a
man past GO, robust and strong, .lunv-
ing litth of the : v - — ul time u t lie
i i iniiiiii' i! .'.' ■ 1 liri nub which lie
passed.—Winnipi .•, Telegram.
URGE IMPORT DUTY
Mountain Millmen will Appeal
to Ottawa,
The co-operaliou of the British
Columbia Lumber and Shingle Manu
faeturers. Ltd , representing coast.
millmen, and tlu Vancouver lion nl of
trade, is sought in support of n resu-
lutiou adopted at the recent convention of the Mountain Lumber Manu-
facturera'association declaring in favor
of tho iinpoaitiou oi a if2 por thousand
import ilu!;, on rough fir,cedar,spruce,
larch i ud nine lumber, and of 'AD
cent.-, j...." ' 1 tisand on shingh a
Immediate tiction liy the Dominion
p ' ' imcul is urgently rog i ■ • ■■'..
I'hi i.i.tt •• will be dealt wiih hy
b >th lc ... ; dies a! an early date,
aud their i pproval oi the p opoBition
i ; antic,; ..;. d
The resolution makes the assertion
that tnic most vital iuduBtry to the
welfare ol British Columbia ia the
only great industry on the American
continent v Iii li is not afforded reasonable protection, and recites that
Hiitisli Columbia millmen are still!
Buffering Irom the alleged unfair competition of rough lumber coming into
Canada free of duty.
A dismal ruetur.) of the Canadian
iudustry is painted, lt is pointed out
that ihe provincial millmen hp.ve tori 'y in stuck as much lumber ns ihey
ever in u keted in the best year heretofore experienced; am! have increased
their manufacturing capioity to suoh
a.,     stent    I liey   are nov able   to
i . i .ie,. ii least three times
g eater in any one year than they
i .bl in 1906, the best year yet experi-
.-: . - i- also laid on the fact
tl at iin ti ills are idle and that tl.e
.   , ■   [.t. ,ue il   with protcetid
n. tc  ini !", ami pr itected supplies,
il ion further says Hon. \V
-   :.   idin   .11- i e 1 the Kootenay lum
i-in in unproductive,
11. conclusion the resMu.ioii asserts
thit •■ tlm pri duel ol the mouutiiin
mil - - fi- a- 7,'i io 85 per cent eaui-
mon n nber, the un alrness shoo d bo
.ni  rn.a-1   allowing  American mills
j dump iulo Co) .la their surplus
Ion grade a:.,:. 11... , ...intituling n.i it
tloes tlia l.irg'xt portion of   the Koote-
ii.  output,
SPORTING NOTES
I'he V. M. 0. A. defeated lhe C, P
,. bj the ..in ,1 ol I to 2, iu oue of the
i'-t■.-' nnd cleanest, games  ul  hockey
this   him       D.tl ::i-h   und   S "i- i
playing i good gam i ou the defence
for tho C, 1'. II., ivhile Calder brothers
".i ll tic assist tne. ■ of Proulx and
Chambers worked hard on the forward
lino, but could nut pass the iron deft ice of tho Ass an iti.iu boys. 15,
Sniiiii ami li. McEachern with a little
experience will bo h ird lo bent be-
tiiii.i iiiitgiiil posts The defence ol
tho V. il. C. A. was made up ol E.
Pettipiece and A. McEachern, who
pi lyi tl ..' tr ii Ktkey. McEachern sometimes on the lianii', ii.tooiiipauie.il by
Hope, Chambers and Kuight. The
forward line ol Y.M.C A. consisted of
L'llie, Knight, H. Bew'a and Hops,
who all played a steady game with a
lew brilliant rushes. Hoy McDonald
re'ereed wilh satisfaction to every one
using two whistles iu Mm pei form nice.
Next Thursday tho 0. 1'. It. and
Bunkers battle fur the cellar position.
This ought to be a good game as the
tennis are evenly in itched,
The standing of the league is as
follows:
*v
&
i/iSC<
■
on SLli
)'~V"
'A ' ■
PJi
- :>'.'  "'
wox
LOST
TO l'i.AY
City
2
11
1
Y. M. C.
\
-)
ll
1
C. P R.,
 0
2
I
 I!
2
1
The basketball game that, was ti
have been played last Wednesday
night between the Road team and the
Busines-meu, had t.i be postponed
owing in some of the players not being
a1..- t.i gel around.
I be Public School boys de eatrd il e
High School at basketball lasl night
by the small score of 8 to 1. Thia is
the lowest score of any game this -en-
son, n it n Held _;oal being snored in
the lirst hilt'. Checking was close on
bolh sides, making combinations impossible.
What a Marathon Means
The ,:ie.that amount of physical el-
fort required to go the Marathon distance i« comprehended by few persons.
The distauce is '211 miles :)K.r) yards.
Oilier ways of computing it showjJJJJJ
Yards—46,165.
Feet—188,435,
Inches—1,661,220
Dorando I'ietri has a stride ul ii8
inchii. In g.iing the distance he takes
24,420 Bteps.
Longboat, whose stride varies, averages about siv feet when he is going nt
a good clip.    He  would   tike _l3,2.'i(i
Steps.
Alt. Shrubb, who haa a lung stride
about  70 inches,  would  tnke   2A,1'A\
«lf|H.
Doyle & Allum, Ltd.
J P,    BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LifciTED. j
i) IlKAIl OKFICR1   ru.uAiiv,   Ai.inici.t.
j                 Wholeoalo un-J ><e.t,<H Maat McohArvts rf
# Poi'l, I'.i'ki'ri an.I l) ■ i ni'i - |j|v" Sto k.    Markets iu iill the iiiinei (fl
0 pit Uibii's anil Tnvns ul   A  "iii, lh itash Colombia antl ill- Yukon, e
A I'n'it'ii   of   ilt"   I'el "liiiil.e I   iiiiiii   " loi|i  l.ll • •)'"   11 i ui-- ami Bill nil, rt
\ iii" Hlwinrock" Bi'itntl I. al' Lti'tl. \
Revelstoke Assessment District
Notice is hereby given, lu accordance with the Statutes, thnt Provincial Revenue Tux nnd assessed luxes
and income, tax, assessed and levied
under the "Assessment Act" nnd
amendments, are now ilue nnd payable for the year 1000, All taxes collectible for tin' Rovelstoke Assessment
Distcicl are due and payable at my
offlce, situate al Revelstoko. This
notice, in terms of law, is equivalent
to a personal demand hy mo upon nil
persons liable for tnxo3.
Dated at Revelstoke, stli January,
1000,
V.. MI)WARDS,
Deputy  Assessor  and Oolloclor, RevelBtoke  Assessment  District, Revelstoke Posl Office, i i nil UM
Certificate of  Improvements
KOTIClLl
Last Chance and Lost Chord  mineral
claims, situate in  the Trout Lake
Mining Division of Wost lCootcnay
District.
White   locatedi   Al  head   ol    loon
Creek,   No rth   Pork   of Lardotui
Hiver.
Take notice that I, 0, ti. N. Wilkie,
acliiiL' as agent for Henry \V. Sebbn-.
Free  Miner's  Certificate  No.   B0IOI5,
intend,  sixty days from dato hereof,
io apply to the Mining Recorder for n
Certificate of Improvements,   loi-ihe
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claims.
And further lake uotice that action,
under seetioii 117. must be commenced
heroic the Issuance of bucIi Certificate
of Improvements.
Daled ihis Uth day of January, A,
I)., 1000.
|atil8 60d 0, B. X. W ILK I tl,
':       . :•■   -
i   .. , ■
in  llie  loi'-i'i   -
Pin
^ ive em|
to near.;.  .
inuiii
industry,
ol    -.lllllllll
umbi
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II
: 'ul  Algl     .
, -
..   .u. | . •*)      | l'i
inl .     ll    i a quest ioi
not  I hem eh
ponsible  ;  i low   rate   ol
'',,....'.    .
. n... to \ ni.' nu ,-er  Irom   Halifax
t • i   tnkinj   i co
i ollc -   - he h.i-   been
.- SCO ; -I tnonl li in
lice    in   . i •   city,    It is noi
VllO I   II        0      III-    inllii'.ll-
ilel     lilll     I   tl        po '   fa.i
. . ication and have power ol i on-
centration they do and can succeed
., . oi .,...■   .
. ■ -'. mg i   ■ .' ii mu uin i
:  ... i   - ■'   up
. \ I- -
i"
1
Iliun .    I'upei      Lt would be fai  lie
lot both tbat they Bhould emi-
- grai,o,
.    i
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■
nip, |    .        , ■ i   Ma
Winnipi g, where   W hite I   M a   ■
ston ii iw itands.
I lie  -    idjul in', jenei il    ■
tall and athletic man
in iii- -I     I hl« ■ ■ ■
.,   th .- il i   md a.'
t'i i years   be   hai   bel esidi
St. Boniface oi   the river parishes, and
bia home ia now located at 81 Laurent
H ... aaid thai now  the bitterm
i ■ ■. ..
I   . .,     ,:,■■   . Idi n burl il -
i  but thai [iooi . .
Is hi to be n    irdi
fur i be Inform
u hal   lhal  niioriii.ii.ioii  will hi i
i •
■
• .-,    a
...
■
it ii p .      .-'
i
i ,
.   America
■
■ . .  i
that i im price ai which ' hi , a re
dumping nimbi i into i anada i» Uu
"I in   non ii, i     due   iii ,ld lor how
:n '  .H
i   ils ol   the  Km'.1   .i the
... avora, were  un tbla tn   i-
Vancouver Acreage
Wanted
Bond   Desi riptini', Price anil
Terms to
Andrew  E.   Liddlc
It ,1 Katate Agent,  Boa   LI7
...
Hasting • Si Wi-v. Vancouver, li. C,
.NOTICE!
Kovalaloke Land Dlatrict.
veal Koolsiiav,
ink  ." I,    '      ll,   I miili   -I   'll	
HfMillfl, ii. . ...ii .a  in..:  i.ii mi.   Intend*  lo
., ■  ..-ii..n t" tiiin I..-   ii a log
..,, .
I ..iiiiimiiclnit hi a |i..t (iniiii..! nl lhi     .   Ill
v.     i  11" r .a  , ..t   .. i-  mul  lerils a   -  It.
fourth of theli    ■ Bitpfl       min  nnrtli, thenco so chelna weat, thenoe ao
til ill, 111.'11. .   .'.,, ■ nalli. ea-l tn |.'.|tlt "1
i ..in,ii.mi. .nn in iin.l . "llliiilliliii   I'I HIT'', lam.
..I loaa
0UANUEV I'tillKllI  1,1 Mil.
II. II. tl, Wllkli'. Aieiit.
iJktl'il NuvcinlKT Mia, 11I0K.
eiit during 1008, t lin a Ing nut i I work
., I    I    ii, nnd  oausing iiii)I-
:,-       dollar!   ol   invented capital In (
Revelstoke Land Distii. t.
West Kootenay,  II. (t.
Take Notice thai 60 daye after date
I R, W. Lindsay of Oamborne, 11. <'.,
occupation, merchant, Intend in apply
IOI' I'l't'tnission to purclinse the following described lands situated on lush
River, We    Kootenay district.
Commencing at the north-east cornel' ot' A. D. MacKay's pre-emption
No 7,805 and marked " ll. \V. Lindsay's North-West Oorner I'osi;" I hence
S cliains to west line ul McKintiuii's
pre-emption; Ihence 50 choins south;
thence 8 chains oust to MacKay's;
thence ntni.li 51.1 chains to point, of
commencement, containing 40 aores
more or less:
Located Oct. 15th, 1008.
It. W. LiMis.vY, Locator.
''«'.^K-fa-.i'-L iti^Ur .■. •
HENRYS*-™*
FOR THE
SPRING TRADE
Tested stock, Seeds fm
Farm, garden or conservatory, from the bust
growers In England,
Prance, Holland, the
I" n i I e tl .S tates, nnd
Oanada. Kmit nud
Ornamental tree, small
fruits, lioine grown,
Fertilizers, bee supplies
spraying materials, cul
flowers, etc,
140 Paso Catalogue,  Free
IVI.   J.    HENRY
Green Houses and Seed Houses
3010 Westminster Road
VANCOUVER, B.C.
BIIANCH NURSERY, SOJi'M VANOOUVen
^-NURSERSES
Certificate of lnip.oveiiieiits.
1NTOTICB
Kingston, Mng/ic R, Tongue, Scuatur,
and rittoeii I'ruction Mineral claims,
siluate iu the Liiidetiu Alinlug Division of West Kooteuay Dlatrict.
Where located—On tho western slope
ol Lexington Mountain near Camborne, li. C.
Take notice that I, l'\ 1!. liluchbei-
ger, F.M.O. No. II, 23022, agunt im lhe
united Kingston Gold Alines Limited
uou-peiBouul liability, Free Miner's
Oertilicate No, B 01842, intend sixty
days from dale hereof, to apply to tho
.Mining Keeoitlci' for ti Certificate of
Improvements, lor tiie purpose ol' obtaining Crown Grants of the above
claims.
And further take notice that action,
under suction j7, must tie commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificate
ol Improvements,
Diiioil this 21st day of December,
A.D., 1008.
!•'. li. Ili.iiriiiiKittii-nt, Agent,
NOriGE
Revel t"l.e Land District.
i iii i id of Wesi Kiio'i'iav,
'i ike uui ioe I lint (leorgn
if October, A.
0. II. N, WILKIE,
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Winsluw Mineral Claim, situate iu tint
I rout   Lake   Mining   Division   of
West Koutenay District,
Where   located;—At   heud   of .Seven
Mile Creek, Trout Lake.
Take notice tbat I, O. B.N". Wilkie,
itciiug ns agonl   ior  Nell O'Donnell,
Special F.M.O, UTiiif; William Bennett,
F.M.O, No,  B05877i Bruce White, F.
f M.O. B14624. mul P. 11. Murphy, F.M.
] r, li_iU'.ltji; Iuteud. sixty days irom Hie
dale  hereof,   to apply  lo the Mining
Ktaioidei lot a I'etiiuciiii'ul  Improve
uiculs, lor tlm pm pose o!   obiiiiuiug ,t
ti.   Frank* 11 I'owu li cant 01 mu above claim,
iiii-ier 1 if  Miiiiie.ip.'lis, Mlnnesola, oc-     And further taku notice that action,
''iipitiiiiti college pi'ol-.Mii, intends lo undor Section 87, must Iw commuuuuU
ip|!i fm* [1 1 uii.-.-iii'i lu piirclniMi lliei lict'oic lhe iSDti.itice of aueh Certitlcato
. Putt inn '■ ' seribi ll Inndi I ul lluplot'eiueiils.
I'liui'iieliiii'g   nl   a    post   plu 11 led ill       U(llutl   ,„,.,  z.,,|, ,ir,i
he soul l.i'H      Ci I'I I'llll  lul   (080, llieneej y     lwJyj
•'e-i   iiii   eb.iius   more   or   leas lo Ihi'i 1)U'U uj.oud
bieiiidiiiy nt        7li7!>:  ilieii-e   south 2D, ^^^^^^^^^
• I...'ii-; i-i.-iee i-.i-.i (!o chains moro 01 I kiiif-Vi.
lens in Hi, shore nf Arrow Lake, Ihence I nUIIUC-
: •■■■:' ■■•■"'.-■'""•i '"'Vlf'nobiruH    Nolico la heiuby given lhat 1 intjmd
•„i, in ,1, ni.s more, n  Ies- lo     iiul 0 ,        .      u    BSiiriuleiiUeiit ol IV..-
;;".'"".:■•;,":':''. '" "in« IJ" ,"-",8|vi..ci..iim,c.i i...■ ,..-.i.iim....iii..u..u«-
I i-i 10 Ai'tiiur i'.v.uis, ni Beaton, H.C,
• lie l-l.Ill    llipiol' llCCUbC   Ilu ll  by  Ule  III
|i-.-ji. il   ui   ilia   premised   ni.  i-eiiioii,
I known ,1. lhe ilon 1 Bunion.
D.ileil Dec, ^Isl, IIHlS.
dec Jo WM. BOYD,
NUTiUE
Uuielstoku Luu,1 District.
UisU'lUl ol Wesi leooleti.iy.
j  1 Ki- in >llii- I ll.ll   .Vllllle    l.ollii.l I'up.
um ni 1 i,i/,eiitiiiui. v\ est Virginia,
occupation uiiii'tieu womau, tutuuUa
10 apply I'm' pemu si'.u to pillchiiso
lue 1,.11'in ilii; ili'.-ei lli-il lauds:
e . ,1111 uii 11111(_; ai a posi planted 111
liiu sunt li west corner of Lot "UiHii
thence soul ll 2D cliains; thenee iM'-l 20
1 hams; thence soiilh 2U eheius; tlience
cast ID chuins; ihence  norlh ID chain:,;
thenoe west 60 chaini to point of com
menceineui, coutaiuiug 2U0acres.
Annie Louisa Coplan,
Date; December9, ltw«.       JanllBOd
e; Hi
uu.it ii   l''i;A.M.l'iii.'l|..it,
i!„a ',!   I    :.-.. jiu '.Mill
KOTIGE
Hell Islllke l.lllill  Dislli. I,
Inn let ul Wesi Ko leliny,
I ake i niic i inu Fr uk ii. Winter,
ol SI. I'u.I, Muii -s, ia, ueiiupiilion
mi ii I,mil,  iult-nds   in  apply  for per-
o.   .i.ii 111  ouieh.ise   tin   following tie.
cubed latum:
t    nan. in iug ai n post planted al Lhe
oulh wesi norm i nf Lm 71llKl| ihence
ms: dOiihiiios; lin m u norlh 80 chains)
i hem i ' nsl   10 . biiin-i thence south Hi
.'Iiains; ih ■ ensl 20 chains; thonco
-oulh In chains tojiuint of commencement, containing 100 acres,
I'll AMI  (1.   \\ I.NTKH.
Dai.- December I), 1008,        jnnliinitl
NOTICE
Notice is herein given lhal pursuant lo
die piuvisioiis ut Clutptcr 155 of the Stat*
mis of Canada 7-11, Edward VII, Shuswap
ami Thompson Rivers Boom Company
have filed in lhe office of tho Dominion
I..mils Agent .11 Kiiinli'iips, B.C., and iu
the -lb. - -I Tin Honourable the Minister
ul' Public Hoiks ai Ottawa, Ontario, plans
and specifications ol certain boomsand
other works proposed lube constructed
by said Company in, over and along the
North Thompson Hivei '" 'hit Kamloops
Division ol V.d.i District in the Province
ul British Columbia and lhal on lhe loth
.!.,. o| I ebiii.ii 1, 1909, al the hour of it
o'clock in the forenoon, er so soon tharo*
alter as 'be application can be heard,
application will be made by the under*
signed '" His Kxcellency lhe Governor*
in-i .'iiiieil al Oliawui Ontario, lur his
.ij aroval lo be given Losuch plans.
I 1 1I1 .1 ibis _)tl) day ol Dei ember, 1908.
sin swap ami Thompson Rivbm Booh
Company,
Iti tine Lachmund, Secretary,
Dec. .j, 60 d
3STOTIOE
flout Ifl cat I on of Grown Qrant
Whereat on tho 80th dn> «if Nufotnbe/. 1607, »i
i 'rnwn Urant win lulled ni tint nuinn uf Fret)St'
ick Washboures h>t Lot sin, Group I, Koote*
nay   District.   Tlmt  ovldeUOO   ItOI  ttinro buns
in).hi DFoduoed ihowlna that tht i« Id Frerteroe
!■,»    hl'ibl'li'i   'Iiini    OH    II,.'     Ull    'il      All.''!    1      li'"'-
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Crown (Jruiit. Tlmt hy imruuinunt <lute«t Wlh
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H-siKii'.'tl all hif o.-L .to, liutit, titlo ntoro.-;,
cluitu aud deinauU wliiitsuovur In ilio «,.iil luml
to 'I'liiiinu  Bhaokl Mi-riiurauii.
Notloe is tii'-roiuto horeby kivoh, in ponu
i-i co of Hociiou!« of iho "Land Act, that il in
inu iiiioiiiion to ciuit'ui the laid ( rown Qraut
i sited iu tho niiino i>r Froderiok Waibbourne
and to iiittt one in tuitead la itio Dane of
Tbon uj Hii;,,..-. UoPhertoo throe montl i fr	
the d«to here »f naien sood oenie liihowu to
tbeouutrnrr
V. .1  FDLTON,
Chief ( oinin1 i-iouet of Luud.- ind Works
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NE FLUME, CAM I ORNE.
Don't Forget
we  .ire  giving  away   to sets of
eaw" dishes every month, and ever
49 lb. sack ol  Royal Standard contains a coupon.
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
.•<3»™y—i'-'iT; -.;-' --rj
aii fi%i-iiV;»ii«l.'/im,Vli_il
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INCORPORATED 135S
Capital Paid Up 83,500,000
Rest Fund -    -33.500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A CENTRAL BANKIM-; BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   D 'd it* A R TMENT
At all Kranchctj.     Interest a"ow«d at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Brand, W. li PilATT, Manager.
"OWL" TRAIN BLEW UP
"Jane Eyre."
"Jane Eyre," nio'lerniited, or rather,
Engineer Hurled Far In'o Bay „,.,■■.• version »f tin old story, is be
iS Killed   -Fireman MiSSing     | inu presented   al   the  Ranule ilniii.i
Everett, F i. 11 —Enginoer J nn
Leniiliitii, u| Seattle, ia ile.nl Fir man I
i'u ri Bloom iauiiaai n g aud uudnubifdly j
lieB dead under tlie wreekage ol the
locomotive pulling the Great Northern
"Owl" train Iron) Vanoouvor, which
was wrecked early this morning near
Mukiltoe, Waah., when the looomotive
by it o irking good company. The production betira the stamp nf the Rowland & Clifford Amusement i 'psnv,
and if .11 the S air & H ivi lin n'tr. o
tiona were as good aa tlio-o sent out
by this combination, the managers
lilting the line would havu less emit
plaints in make ninl more money.
"Jane Eyre" is as farailiiir to thea-
rs  us any ol the oldiimo tearful
ii"iler exploded
None ol the passengers-were Injured.!    '^
The accident occurred about 6.30| hor«01ne8, and the story of her suffer-
o'clock tbla morning, while the  train  \lv'*hn\f   by   ""'   reHderS nl ,lie
Charlotte Bronte   n v< I, always lind a
COPVftiGHt
Among Preparations
Dining Room Furniture is'partic-
i:I iily essential, and in view nl
tins fuel we have selected a very
desirable line of elegant and
arliatic dining tables, chairs nnd
sideboards. An early inspection
-li-iiiii In' made, as the price we
itro asking for such Hiipi ri ir furu-
ilure makes them a most desimble
dec ration.
H.  HOWSON Sr CO.'Y.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct  rom country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLV.
REVBL8TO KB
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ABRAHAMSON   RHOS.,   PROPFUKTORS
Newly built.       Firat-olass in every respect.     Ml modern convenience;
Large !-.uiiple Rooms,
Rates $1X0 per Day, Special Weekly Rates,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lak3, under same   management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished
I   i
will]   tlie   choicest  the
ind
Cl*.
market affords,     Hest Wines, Liquors an
Cigars.    Rat2S $i a d;iy.    Monthly rate.
ALBERT     BTO-TT'E      PRi
"5T3.
Queens jiotet
COMAPLIX
Hest brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
ni' ruing
was running at the rate ol aliout ten
miles nn hour. The (nice of the tx-
plosion hurled the engine over a ste p
embankment and Engineer Lenahan
was blown (ar nut into the waters of
Puget Sound. Although internally
injured and liirf left leg broken, the engineer struggled into shallow water,
from where he was pulled ashore by
the conductor and one uf lhe passeng
ers on the train. Lonahan'died soon
alterward.
Fireman Bloom, ol Seattle, ia missing, and it is believed bis mangled remains will be found under the wreckage
of the looomotive,
None of the coaches ic the train were
damaged except the baggage car,
which was partially wrecked Tlie en I
gi'.n wh« completely demolished. The
boiler wis hurled down the track l_.r'«
ilistnt.ee ni it.i re than 100 feet.
ANTI-TOXIN  FOR PNEUMONIA
Vaccine Discovered to Successfully Kill Fever Germs
Boston, Feb. 12.—After two years'
wrl; and experimenting, a v.iceine
which it is expected will successfully
check tbe germs of pneumonia, blood-
poisoning uml typhoid lever bas been
discovered in the laboratory of the
Tufts Medical Bohool.
The aiinouiicement is made thru'
Dr. Timothy Leary, pathologist nt the
sohool, who said thit nu anti-toxin
for three diseases had been perfected
and that arrangements would soon be | rai ability
made to supply physicians. Thn pathologist worked on the practical use tlie
theories advanced by Sir A. E. Wright
of London, that dead gonna automat!
e.illy create an anti-toxin in tin ' lood
for all living germs of the mime kind
with which it oomes in contaot. Foi
lowing ont this thenry, it i- proved
that it is pjssil'! to inject mio tlie
hluod dead germs, and tbat after tlit
iiimeolation they will form thia antitoxin, fatal to all living germs of the
same kind. Wni'kn g on this, it wns
only a question ol isolating the germs
in question.
Trip Around the World
The trip to foreign couutrUs, to he
given by Ibe ladies ui the Metbudisi
church, "ti Fi nrnary 25th, will lie n e
event ol the sea-on. 'lhe ladles ..if
winking hard anil making pi ep. rations to accommodate a Urge num ei
of people.
lhe    people     nr   passengers,   mil
I gather at lhe boiue nf M r llurice
Manning, F'Uirth street, at any time
niter 7 p.in , mid will lie   conveyed   in
, Urge sleigh l".uls to I he several hntni s
in   towu   representing  tlie  different
I countries, namely, Japan, Sweden,
England, Ireland and Scotland, where
I refreshments will   be   served   at each
• bome visited, by   ladies costumed   in
■ the different countries represented
The cost of the round trip will only
responsive chord in the million-e.
When tlie part is played hy a stu ining
woman, with more than the usual allotment of ability, it is thoroughly
interesting, Such n woman is Mi^s
Dorothy   Turner,   with   the   present
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured lor nil classes i.f buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
fnr suli in targe or Btnall quauttttos
in tho lo wen) prices for cash,
All kinds of buildluv and plastering
uudertakeu>
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
To Tra
Raw Furs Bought
dash Prices Pai a
F.
■»      iist *_____! r t a
5.     W JbJjJjiS,
Exporter c^f Fnrs •
anaaian i^acilic
antic Steamsmi
Line
From
Montrcdl
S1. ,,,.,   oAlLlndj   Liverpool
Fri. .Inn. 20 Kp, of Brit,
Sni   Fi b,  ii I.k. Ohiunplaln
Fri. Feb 1_; Kmp, of Irel'd    Jan. 2U
Fri, Feb. 2ii 15.np. of IliiUin Feb. 12
mi, Jlur,   Ul.iki' Erie Feb. 17
Fri. Mar. 12 Kmp. ol Ireland Feb.21)
EMPRESSES—
Isi, Class and, Class 3rd. Class
$82 50   $.0 75 $.11 __5
LAKE MANITOBA
isi. Class 2nd. Class 3rd.i Class
$65 no $|-: 50 $30 00
Other Lakh Boats -
-iiul. Class 3rd. Class
$45 no        $30 00
Cheap rates to Atlantic Snala ard
points   In connection with  steain-
j ship tickets
Passengers    booked   to   Italy.
Norway, Sweden, Antwerp,   Hamburg  uml   all    other  con linen tnl
ports.
For further information apply to
i T. W. Bradshaw,    C.B. Foster,
A.G.P.A.
Vancouver,!).('
Agonl,
Revelatoke, B.C.
company, and injadditioc to her lintii-
sh't   i.i tlie possessor ol a
hand'ome wardr >be, which sh" knows
how to show to tho best advantage,
Etlwio Scribner is a splendid Boeher*
ter id tying tin: part with testi■■■•ni
:n.il intelligence. Pat Qaiin se res with
li. mul:." ■'•■ hy b - Irei h and b \ isb
juvenil ■ c inu dy. lie has h ■•
bere la I ire, and will he w Ici 1 1 ,i
here '•.■ in Wilberl Dallnu j , ds i hi
ii., poo it ical par im. givi a .1 go il tie-
line '.ii 'it ol 1 im tnip'ra-mi. "li tracti  ,
an I Iv li.   iJr.iiiii. ]■ 111. kes  1 he | '  I  nf
il'iititn one of the bright spots  in   the
bill.   The w .iiien are all  much b   ter
than lho aver ige, M 'timi '/,, , mei man
making a dainty  little ougenue,  and
Dorothy Kenyon, an unpleasant Lady     x..Ml.        K-rcliy given that, n
Hunch, with an artistic  sneer   loi  all   expii'ulliui of  tlnvo monlh< from date
thai   is   pleasant.      Jessie     Stewart  h'-ii-nf. applienllon will he inndetn His
■ |."null',  Ilio    lai'llll'llllll     linvi'l nnl     III
ilmilil,. it-■« en"nil,   "'"ni"  and  Ibe     eil fnr nn Oiiler In I'oiincll i-lumg.
DnWagi r,  shn tin . voi-ai In v
CITY OF CALGARY
Ti 11 lois will   lie   leceived   hy   the
t 'iiinini.-.-iniiors of 1 ho  Oil y nf Calgary
ml   addressed   In   the   undersigned,
narked "Tender for Ties," np In Feb.
3th,  V.D.. lOim,   I p..,,., forsuppljlng
he ( ily ut Calgary with 81,000 Bl'reet
il    iy tii a,  F.I I. II.  Oalgary, and in-
Cttlgai y.      l'i ioos   In    lie
qtiol fl   t'o    Ini 1: no, Fir, and l ledai-,
nut im 11 1 h sinn anil hewn.
The lowest no any tender not neces-
.. irily in o. pled.
11.1 od .it  Calgary, February 5, num.
II. K. GILLIS,
fob 10 31 City Olerk.
NOTICE
Proprietor b^°°a ^'i;,*'50 £.'",ly "d
r I gentleman and 60c. for children under
NOTICE TO OBBSDITOBS
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
of John Smith,  late  of   Muliikwii,
In the Provinoe ol British Columbia, Deceased,
NOTIOE Is hereby given pursuant
in ihe Trustees and Executors Act,
In all creditors of lho estate to deliver
in the undersigned before lho27th day
nf January, lium, full particulars ol
oliiiniH, verified by Blatutury Declare
ilnn. Al'lei' stieli date the Executor
will priioi'oil in distribute the 11 sets
1100 inllng In law.
Mt IMIILLII'S \ HEI8TERW \\
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■ Cliniiliors, Vieti
Snlioilnl's Inr Ilio I'lxoi
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Dated this 17th day  of Deeeinebi
A .11..  IllUH.
NOTICE
Reveletoke Lund Dlatrict.
District of Wesi Kootenay.
Tako notice that Walter P. Confan
nf Bt, Paul, Minnesota, occupation
printer, Intends to apply for permission tn pincliasc tho following described landsi
t '<mini ing ai a pusi planted along
siile nt' the 1 o-oitiiiitit south-weal <"i
nor  |insl   of   Lot   7079j thenoe weal In
chains along lho south boundary ol
I .nl    7117'.!;    I lion,
until    in ohalns
ince ens, in    hiiins:
tains   In   nnin
I III
llioin
twelve years.
This insures you a good sleigh ride
and refreshment) daintily served ai
different homes. Don't miss this
chance of a Splendid evening's enjoyment. The decorations, costumes anil
refreshments at these homes will iill
be   in 'keeping   with   tlie   oountrlei
represented.
Notice.
The  management  nl tho    Steam
Laundry   wish   it   clearly uiitlorst I
llniisi hnld   i! ill: of title
oi'iniiit'iieotnent.
norlh In; that (lie new
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Slu 111 nl.- ..: ...t us  In il   nk     ti   rr
ami livened ilia 0 1111 dy  1 hai  el
John, played by Charles Cartel  n with
11 simian in ,ke np.
The en ''" IS mil s age I ami iin ss< d
in il h" in -■ une iiul pii f nl in w- m
1 hut . In -ami 0 ■ puny will s ay i.vi r
u 1 r inr an .lie 1' *iok, playing ''Thori H
tin
ni" of   Woolsi
' ,. up in   .    1.11111 oil.    in
1 .11.,!, I.i 1."
1   Di'itl tlilaMth iinj nf Fohiuai v
I.. In-.nv \
U-loltllX    \
1000,
II.UIVKY, Ml I lAUTBH iV I'lMillA \l,
SiilluH irs Inr 1 lie said ('ninpaiii.
i\ 12
(la-d of Thanks.
, .       mmi 1." "1 Diion /thin uaai   li ■
in-  nl, in   S .1 '• v   tvinll   1 k    11..
 '0«»i  Bio. "nextweek     ' ^^Zn^::!, T.: I !/
Managers   Russell  iV   Drew  ought to   Ita y. who snlfered froin   lhe 1      ;
leel pretty good with lhe   orjd  Inr at   ' nHqu ike, fnr their IPieral dun tl.ms
least  fourteen days, and  the former
can resume   his mil al lhe door without (ear nl chagrin.
The Rowland i Clifford Company
wi'l be the attraolon at the Revelstoke
Opera House, Friday and Saturday,
Feb 19th and 20ih, with matinee
Saturday, ".lane Eyre" will he the
attraction   fnr   Friday,   ami "I'lnirns
and    Orange    Blossoms"   Saturday
matinee uml night.
NOTICE
Rovelstoke Land District.
District ni West Kootenay,
Take nut loo 1 imi  Harry J, LaBraah,
of Nakusp. occupation hotel keeper.
Intends to apply for permission lo pur
oh .so ilm following described landsi
Commencing   ul   n   pnsl planted ul
nurth*eaat  oornei' of, liol 7800, Ihence
.1 80 chalna, thenee norlli 00 chains
>  "II    .111.1',,;
[00 acres.
VV ALTER P. Confabs
Date: December8,1808.
janii 80d
zen   lines   li.
it  Include starci i. i
thence easl HO ohains, Ihence suuth Od
I ,i\'   siilfofing  t Inro,   mul lug i.
submit lhe following slaleinenl of re
i...;il   1
Ann.nnl nf cash eolleelod....    |201  00
F.,i vni'i. il  by express to the
pi.'s.ilo..  nl lho Red i niiiiiiii-
i,.. ai  Rome    201 00
Lo.-    . \|il f- - '   nil g"s       .   .   IHI"
Less log'Hlr.ilinii    Hit- 7n
Noi III n Inl wauled      till I '.ID
which ■ 'nulls I02S.6G frur.ks or lira.
Wo a' ii ih sue In exl.eiiil nnr grati-
i mio m .nr .il iii 11 oral. I newspaper loi
sn kindly puhils.iing our requesi fm
.nl wiiii ii  " hi i •■! .nil y I'm lin.iiiil lhe
ivnrk nf onileilitig.
A. I'll Minl.lNI
A. Mahii.ii.im
A. OOLAOI IU In
('nu   initio,
Thos.    Morgan,
Vtll • call 'I os m •! W I s. mi Wi .
per
Work   running
lits, lint everything Ule. anil iiinler.
HI
l.mis In pi.i
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c. per piece on ' i .lining
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innioiiooiiii'iil, ism     vy   ,.,| |.' ni,||iiia
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mora nr 1
Diueil Foli. 8th, 1009,
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RKVKLSTOKE  STIAN   LaUNDKV       ,"Ii l'i llAIIUY .Ia.MI'H Ll   DltA-ll.
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VISIBLE TYPEWRITER
A Canadian  Made Writing Machine
For ease of operation and
perfection in the results produced the "EMPIRE "
TYPEWRITER is un-ur-
passed.
Tl,: " EMPIRE
no i omplic ited movemi .it.-.
while its manil . ling alignment, margin i facilities,
iiirotii . ■" ■. ni ' ■ -. iltir-
ability, visible writing, minimum nf noise in operation
make it the typewriter jmr
excellence.
l'i,"" EMPIRE" needs lose
care than any other machine
because there are fe ver parts
lo 'no t ured for a] so due to Unstrung lines of simplicity th il
are pari of the machine.
Tin- C.P.R. began u ing the
EMPIRE      Ty] ewri in
1895, continued to add lo the
number, i^nl now have in
constant use moro than Timi
uf these machines.
ADOPTED   BY
The British Covernment
" Fronoli Government
" Bank of Montreal.
" Merchants Bank of
Canada
" Molsons Bank
and all educational institu-
tions of Canada
The Price
LOCAL  AGENTS
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO.. LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
All Work Prompuv
and Neatly Executed
mwtf s
Commercial   Printing
A Specialty With Us,
CjII for Estimates jnd  Advertising Rates
Tm MAILHERALD
FUBLISHING COMPANY. Ltd.
S~T9 THE MAIL -HERALD, REVELSTOKE B.C.
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I CHAS.  M. FIELD t
\ "i good;   iold at cost and  uuder  and   all   lines   placed   on   our  Sale
,   go  regardless of cost.      Good staple seasonable goods.
Ladies' Underskirts
lit';.. ( :.     ne skirts  .selling  at
-1.    Black satin with   deep   flounces  and
icei ' >r $i .00.
Flannelette Drawers
Child - pi tin        it(     Ira were,   regular
75c. now 40c. pei p       Si/i-t j to tO years
Undervests
White  nidervests, regular  prioe   750.
..   .: ■','.   _- i/cs from 4 to 1 2 years
Blankets
\Vre me disposing of this seasonable
line of goods at a 25 per cent,   discount.
Wrapperettes
I hese are tlii.s seasons best goods,
which sold at 16c, and i8e. per yard, now
selling at t 2 '..0.  per yard.
Flannelettes
Heavy, wide width flannelettes, regular iJ'.ie. a yard, now ',:. per yard.
Odd   lines  anu   remnants,   dress   goods,   furs, golf jackets, child's coats, ladies'
.  ties, child's wool jackets, child's head wear and millinery  at your own price.
M ist clear '.hose lines to make room for new goods,      These prices are tor cash.
f • " '    " "
Stamping   Patterns
Real Estate, Insurance anil Commission Agent
Office on First St., Opposite the Club
> Rents Collected. Loans Notauy Public
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REID  &   YOUNG
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ismeai  ;    it- | resent
imn     Be   pi   portions,
Bring   ;, nnr  next   prescription   here   ii   you
ant satisfact ry results
Macdonald's Diug Store
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BEWS'  L .
We aim i i ■■. 1 p only the
hi st in < troceries. A trial order
will be appreciated us we are
c n'.inced that v0 enn save you
in mcj.
Uur Bread, Cakes antl Pastry
are made (resit every day, when
tired ol ynur own baking, try
ours for a change, you will lind
it very appetizing
mmm & BELL, Orocers, Bakers
GOOD   DRY   WOOD
Div Cedar, 111 inch lengths, full cord of 128 cubic feet- -$5.50 per cord,
Dry Hemlock, 16 Inch lengths, full emil of 128 cubic feet- $7 per cord,
Spooiiil nuotatlons ou four foot wood and on  large
inilei-s for si live wood of any length.
TABER SOFT COAL
BRIQUETTES
This eoal is equal to any domes- Manufactured  fiom hard  eoal.
tic soft coal on the market.   No The liesi and cheapest  I'ti"! on
clinkers, and makes very little the market.    Free sample given
siiinke. to nny whu have imt tried it.
$8.50 per ton $8.75 per ton
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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Local and ( i
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ion I   ■    r Theatre I  night
Book   youi   seal     rai ly   ' 1   "'1 lie
Miuistt t    plan  if hall at   C   '
,.,1    Irug store.
s,in    '■ rani eceptinn   to tli
, ;  iu   Mi linn   l'i."
lisonl      'ro tonight
..   Little  Ministei
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.   ... ■:...:. Feb. is.
See  posten       ard
I in tin   Rinl
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I.i cent •
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de, .tun
^an Francis        1 1   tonight   1
■ 1 ■   -.,   t tl"   Edison   I ■•
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Nice Five
House lm'
Nice   Six
HotlSC   lor
i-ot'iiicd
M.800
roomed
$1,900
Other Houses at reasonable
prices. Alt kinds of Insure
ancc. - Agents for the celebrated KARN Pianos and
Piano Players. -Money to
Loan
Kincaid and Anderson
Roal Eetato, Insurance anil Flnanolal Agonts.      Money to i-oan.
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Don 1 ' '■';. 1 t." dati —1 bui 1 ij
I , i [8—wl • n ' Tue Utile Ministi r
ippi ars al iii"   pera house
• .:i    ■_. and   1    ', . Hume,
win  «i ra appointee   by tin   Uu 1
1   td» ;;-  deli i.'.H 11  '"   interview    I he
•mmi in ;n regard to tho Coluui ■
..in rivei h id "  " ni truotim    lefl
ou tbe delayed No. A, lor Victoria
■there they will take the milter up
.villi Hon Mr, Taylor, Minister ol
Public Works,
Fi w pla;
pread   popu n il \     ib   "Tl
'       .■-      1   virile  1   medy
■ ml      1 he  stiii     was dm
rom tbe 1 •■ : 1 ho M. Cla;
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tnd   i'i-- I ;     '      -.
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SUPPLY CO.. Limited
GROCERIES  AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS
W'u huve new opened up in our new ploro on KIRST
STREET, opposite the Union Hotel, We hnve
already made many new customers and hope to
make many more, 'live us a trial anil see what
we can do. We enn save you money.
ALL    ORDERS   PROMPTLY   DELIVERED
:ue__* -»i Tn_SMO-W.v
Mi. Holten mul Mre I.awson entertained jointly at tbe residence of
tbo former on Saturdaj afternoon at
wh at. Mrs McLennan Mrs Buck
.un! Miss Buck wen ti;i. prize winners
Miss Mm jorie \ oui g enti rtained
thirtj live ol hei 1 mng fr - aie   it the!
I...in ■ . 1 her  par nl
on "riilin   :... Guesa   ..
were the ehii : leal        I t..
nn■:! tiumi nt.
Mrs. W. II    Sutherl tud enti   tain
,1 ■ trgi    partj    I'hursday afl
■ ■   Mesdames
H I and Buck        eiimi
ing Mra. Su
to tin
.
I'et lipid
-
Churches.
"(lATiioi.it'.— Rev, Father Coccola
pastor. Servicea are hold on the First
and Third Sundays in every month
at the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mans; 10:30 a.111. High .Vuss
nnd Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday Sohool; 7:30 p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction,
St. Andrew's Presbyterian—Kev.
W.C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, Feb. 11
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m., Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible Class, 2.30
p. m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday 8 p.m. Choir practice and teach
era' meeting, Friday 8 p in.
Knox Presbyterian—J. R. Robertson. Services on Sunday as follows :—
Hearty congregational singing, asIg^-^^rtjoAJjj.
well as come  oi   the   most   beautiful j m     Evening   service   al    7:30   p.m.
sacred   solos   has   characterized   the [ Morning suhject, "Earnest Warnings."
di mnnil for tickets lm.- f.u exceeded
any previous advance Bale, so that a
bumper house is Bssured The staging
and soeneiy will ho oompiete in every
detail and n delightful entertainment
ia anticipated, Don't forget the date,
Thursday, Feb. 18 Reserved seats 75c.
General admission rale. The plan ol
hull is imw npeu at Maodouald'a drug
Btore.
Evangelistic Services
The Evangelistic services under the
leadership ol Evangelist RusBell, in
the Methodist church, have been held
each evening during the week. ~
,   -      • ,-     lor every booI of man
k
Evening., "A character study of tin
Firs! Christian Martyr." A cordial
welcome to all and strangers specially
no ited
Methodist— Rev. T VV. Hall, pastor.
. Services    on   Suuday   as   follows :—
hi: hearers in a very j ,.\ service for praise, prayer and fellow-
have never  listened   ship at 10 a.m. 1)0 10.I5 a.m     Preach-
tl)e ling service at 11 a.m.   Suuday Sohool
and Bible Class at 2:30 p.m.    Evening
service   at   7 30   o'clock.    Evangelist
Russell will deliver the addiesecs both
morning and evening.      Morning sub
jeot, "Power from on High.''  Evening
I subject,   "Alter  Death, What?"   Mr.
I Russell will address a mass meeting of
I youths, ladies and gentlemen, from IS
] years   upward, in   tlio gyninaBiiim ol
elthe   Y.M.C.A.   at   -1   p.m,   subject,
meetings each night For four afternoons of the week Mi. Russell has
bold a Bible Fnlionl, and has done a
■r,. it dea dug, and a- a Hebrew
tests and Greek scholar his  placed   lessons
truth   before
'■lear ligbt.    We
1. i        saner   teaching   on
I 1 .   ,-tirtii   life.     .Many   who
have attended bave received new revel-
■1-   [ the mind of God as expressed
: .   Bil le.      Hi.-  evi mng mes-,. 6
I assii ..'"'. appeals to all
Wh ll   lie I.inks upon
-   .    , twful   thing in the
1     pn fi nt-   Christ  as th
1 Secret nf Power." Fbis will be Mr
..ni.i"!,,- mission RMM|ri |,gt s,ln(i,y i„ Kevelstoke
for the present, but the mission which
be bus in en lesiling will he continued
by him during the wei k, Friday being
the last nigbt All are invited to
iii.-. 1 services
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2.30
p in.
1  -
lionu roadmaslei
1-  • hei dent      Hi
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1    lui      I8tl     "	
It
Social and Personal
Faun Values in Canada
■  ■        1  wide   ditference   in  the
ling to the
he census and
I . .1- p     ment of  I'.'"
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Baptist—Kev. W, P, Freeman,
pastor.   Services at 11 a.m. and
B.A.
7:30
Sunday Bohool and Bible class at
p. in    B. V. P. v. Monday at 8
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nai     1:      ' -enteri d the C
...    . . . .    -  tbe
. app linted assistant it ■   ■ ■
17r. 10
47.30
II 80
; '0
M.-l.. Mr
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21 30
2:, isi
.
20 10
.   - I     ■     ■! •
it I    (i   Idi 11
Mr. Ale     McRai
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returned   I
,,,    1   ;..i-ii,i.-   ii-,t to
H. Cunni    ham    '■ editor   ol
■,. Mail Hi      I, ret morn-
■ . to Vit '.ni 1
Mr.  C.   C. M
laj      ' Reve toke
■ • ■   !,.     Istei    Mr-     Rev ) J. It,
-.in.
Mi   1 Mrs, is alter Scott of
.eiimi   ip ih Thursday  to atti nd
. '   ' 1, ion   '•■ 111  and .ire  the
, ,. -:        ... umi Mrs, a  McRae
Conduotoi   Pettier,   nl   Kami .np-,
nn   n  'I III inlay  In   , iin   with
.    |,| 1 ■;, 1   ii.. 1 .1- nl   1 :i" inn.,11
, hursday 1 .. it,
1   ||ai   Lei !     tnghter
,11- W. J, 1 '■•■ '.-'• i" nli 'I on at
tl lasl , gbl : ■ anpendiel-
.ipoi t' •'.   ■   'I ling nicely this
11    fling,
1 ... ., 1
[Mr   I   II   Dunne of Ai
.:.-■:
. t..   Mr
ceremony  being pei
.
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ary    M     tnd Mrs
. 1 uigbt for   eattli
points   whet        ... Hun
..    •    .■       ;.). .    ,-     til
ai pplies
■ oil., t.|
Prayer  meeting Wednesday   8
Morning subject, ' Great sights
aud S minis '   Evcniug, "Tbe Suprem-
all " Men are invited to the.
Men'  Class at 2 30 in the vestry.
H 1. I'n 1 ii'a ^Anglican)—Rev. 0. A.
Procunier, M. A., Rector. Seagesitna
Sunday. At s a.m. Holy Communion, II a. in. Matins and sermon.
7 :H) p in Evensong .Sunday School,
.'.i'i p.m
Fruil 1 ■
  ■
- r   '
■
" The Little Minister
t po]       '
1 , .1 he produi
ol   ' \ In liittli  M inistoi     'i :'..
house no-1   rii'i   day ove Phi
book from « hich  1 be plaj
nan well known thai litl lo need
he said   . incoming   t he   1 liarncter ol
ilu production, sullloe  It to say that
tin:    play    la line   winch will uppe.i I 10
ah  olassoa   In lhe ooromunity.   The
•■   i Is a i trong one, nnd careful atlon
lion  h is i"' n  givi n in rehearsals, sn
iiini i In public .■ leel  assured ol   a
III   il .1   j.< . 1 Mice        I in'   play  is
being produced under   the auspiees ol
linoJ Churoh ohoir, aud already the
For n'   papet   niodow i ades, bur
•. ninl  ii" i. ■•   go  to C B
'
irangas,
i'-iii '    mil   1 ' ■ "i ■ ■   ' .du ,  at C   H.
11 im,.
Another ihlpmetil nl Gaming ■ (1,11
.   " i  in   Jlh .unl I ll, boxes, and
in bulk,    ,.! nun.' up '."'!•, v, frei i. from
the in.-1 .i v   G l'i Hume ■'■■ Co
Try some ol our ooffees and gel the
best nn the market. Bantoi O.O.,
Bnii'l a, M'lilia and Java, and Cbase it
t'.aiib'ii'n     0, It Hume ,t Co
The Revelstoke Now nnd Heoond
II.mil   Store,—Furniture   iloves, tin
mill    i iiiiii.eliil'.viiro    l.nnghl,    sold    nr
.   nbanged     First  Bt    near   Beaver
Cigar fiiil'iry.
For Sale
I will wil Iwo ol  my   Ionises un 3rd
•outb    il   MoKen/.lo  Avenue,
full two   sinry   with  furnaoes and all
modern  improvement        Terms roii-
Apply to
W, BNIDEB,
Corner ol 3rd St   and McArthur Avo
Don i lorget   the shirt, waist iliiinio
.i l'i). 17   Commoncos atOp.m,   Id
Call and  examine nnr stuck nf carpi ts, linoleums and rugs befure start
,  ing   house  oloanlng.—C.   II.
II inn   v Co
We have a large variety of patterns in stock
and can stamp any articles you may require.
Such as Towelends, I'illow Cases, Doylies,
Centre Pieces, Shams, Table Covers, etc., etc.
Initials  in all   sizes.
DRESS   GOODS
Our Dressmaking Department is in charge
of Mrs. Macdonald, and if you want lirst-class
work, done in a first-class manner and ready
when promised, give us a trial.
Our stock of Dress Goods is up-to-date.
McLennan & Co,
n
McKINNON'S
The Leading Cigar Store
and Pool Room in the City
The   best   and  largest   Slock   of  Cigars  and
Pipes  in   Revelstoke.
The  Original   Mac's   Mixture  now   on   hand
and made  expressly  for  us by D. K. McPherson.
JOBBING ORDERS PROMPTLY FbLL^D
E -MGti
********* «**-:;!*.M$**«i>l.«>W^
THIS SPACE IS HELD FOR
JOHN D. SIBBALD
C. I', tl. TOWNSITE AGENT
REAL ESTATE     INSURANCE
AND COLLECTIONS
LOANS
BUSINESS  RESPECTFULLY  SOLICITED
##*#'S»***-*<i«. MK ►* .. ,v*Ai^it.-ie<ifa****'**i**-w'****.ili**i*:A-at»i**'* ji-'*****-
•Opera House1
FRI. AND SAT, FEBRUARY 19- 20
WITH    S.\riKIIA\    MATlMiK
The ROWLAND & CLIFFORD Company
FRIDAY
A nrnmatisatlon of ' harlotle Broate'fl
"JANE    EYRE"
SATURDAY
M.it MUM)  ilinl   Sight
THORNS and ORANGE
BLOSSOMS
PHICES,    25C.    50C.    75C.
Matinee,   10c.   25c.
A
W A NT Kl)
nl M ll ul   Sn. I BALBD HAY
i  -    ile   it 117.00 HASH pel Ion,
imi. al ' ni Hitkcry,
I)
IlKHSiVIAKINOnl mtidernte terms
I,hIi"h' suits iinin 96 up,   Apply
(liil.lin.!, rale Mi-.,   li. Up en, llli
j in 211 iv fi 1
AN TBI)   Dining rontn girl.   Apply ni iiie Oriental Hotel,
ANTKI)      V
itllg    Kill     In    limit
House work light.
Apply Mm. II. Cunningham Morrli,
riiiiii Street, west,
W        "'.,.,.   It
INVESTIGATION
is   I'll ll   KEY-NOTK
TO SUCCESS
Tin- applies with HH iniieli
FIRE INSURANCE
us Iii any  oilier  liiisiness,
Thu   Collipilllit'a li'pli'seiiteil
in   lhi-   ullice    have   Oouil
Itriiil'il.s   ,mil   ate in  pii-.il inn
In ^ive
Low Rates and Good Security
Kill' full |i.'i.i'lieiilii|s apply Iii
W. B.ROBERTSON
INVESTIGATE
Wrestling Natch
\l.   Millsinlii,   lhe   fu 1 is
Japanese    wrestler,    mul
Hiny McLennan, will 1 t
fnl'll wresl ling Dial ell ill lhe
Opera House.
Monday. Feb. 22nd
CATCH \s< .vri'll CAN
It' i il in BfiiUg,
See Handbills for Particulars
The Burden of Loss
would not he so heavy if ynu
were properly protected by a
Htinil Firo Insurance Policy,
if you me not now Insured
you should give the matter
ynur Immediate and serious
consideration. To ^n uninsured is to eiiui't. iliwiHler mid
serious financial loss. Our
terms are most liberal Lei
ui lell you aboul nut' policies,
E. A. HAGGEN
Real Estate and Insurance
revelstoke,  ii.  v.
notice:
The Ladles' <>uili! ol HI. IV'ter'u will
It..Id an alleriitiiiii   tea antl evening at
,\lr». Paget'i nn Bbrove Tuesday, Feb
28rd.
Tin- linlnii nl the Methodist Chinch
will lake a trip around the world nl)
Thursday, Feb, 25th, accompanied by
their friends.    Watch  lor  further de
vclnpinents.
II. J. WILLIAMSON (lulu collector
Kevelstoke Steam Laundry) having
ntlw the AReucy lor the Vancnuver
Steam Laundry, will call at ynur
holme Mondays, Tuesdays and
Wednesdays.
All Work Guaranteed.   Prloes Moderate
There   will   he a shirt waist  dance
under the ausploes nl the Knights nl
l'yiiias a  il   Pythian Sistcis on Feb.
17th, at the Opera House, The music
will It lurulsbed hy tho Independent
baud, llelresbments will be served.
A uond time ll assured. td
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