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Ask for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family use there is nothing so
wholesome and so pure as HALCYON LITHIA WATER.
IT'S  BOTTLED AT   THE SPRIHGS
Provincial
The Mai
EMPIRE   TYPEWRITER
I'm i mil if iiinunjhiii and peifection
in- re»i!ty©o-H»cen*?-$Jhis Machine
is unsurpassed.—I*Hf|:E:N$60(
I 00 cash.
ntertorj F^^jfching Co.Mgents
A.  ' I
Vol. 13-No  103
REVELSTOKE, B. C. JANrjARY 8, 1908
fjaaj
TO
er Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
AND FRIENDS:
With the near approach of a New Year,
let us express our sincere gratitude to all.
The successful season we have had remind us that we are indebted to our
friends for their generous treatment during the closing year.
Accept " Our Best Wishes and the
Season's Greetings."
We hope all may nave " A Bright and
Prosperous Few Year."
We assure you we will do all in our
power to merit your further confidence
and good-will.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
roll Cooda krrtitm n«lh>    Dresamaklnr and Mllllnwy Rooms, ind floor
/BARGAINS I SEE PUB NORTH WINDOW**
Big Sale, Commencing Saturday, Jan. II, (or One Week
Be one to get a share of the Best Nickle-Plated Ware ever offered
in B. C. and at prices that would not buy the crude copper to-day.
Nickle-Plated Crumb Tray and ScrapeK only 30 cts.
Nickle-Plated Tea Pots only 30 cts.
Nickle-Plated Coffee Pots only 30 cts.
Copper Nickle-Plated Dippers only 40 and SO cts.
Cupper Nickle-Plated milk and Kite Boilers, $1.25, $1.80, $2.00
Copper Nickle-Plated Tea Kettles 85 cts
Copper Nickle-Plated Butter Dishes  $125
Copper Nickle-Plated Sugar Bowls 75 cts
Copper Nickle-Plated Spoon Holders (10 cts
Copper Nickle-Plated Cream Pitchers 75 cts
Carpathian Silver Trays (oblong) 35 cts
Carpathian Silver Trays (round) 25 cts
Other lines of the same ware all marked down at cost.
See our table of Biugains in  this Wire     Watch  for   further announcements.
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LAWRENCE    HARDWARE   COMPANY,    LIMITED.
'J
GOOD   BUYS
Choice Building Plot, Second Street, 50 - 100 feet.     — | MO
Corner on Third Street, 125 x 100 feet. • —f 1400
Double Corner, Fifth Street, 50 x 100 feat. -       —   350
Two-Acre blocks, suitable for Fruit, adjoining city
Per Acre ... . $ioo and $150
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
ARE YOU A PURCHASER OF
CUT GLASS
?
If you are, the ipii'stlon of coat Is
no doubt an important consideration.    Design next.
CALL AT
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
Only selection of .Cut Glass In town
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke.
NOTICE
A public meeting is hereby convened
to he held In the opera house on Kri-
day, January 10th, 11)08, preliminary
to the municipal elections about to be
held.    To commence at 8 o'clock.
II. A. BROWN,
Mayor
Patronize   Homo   India-try.
Reralstok* Clears.
Huntley k Palmer's biscuits are
reoogul/ed as the beat biscuits made—
a large variety at C f». Hume ,t Co.'.
Smoked halibut mid kippered herring arrives fre.li regularly at C. II.
Hume ,1c Co.'s.
Regular aired bars toilet amp, six
bars lor 25c.    Mclntyre A Son,
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH
Of the B.C. Timber and Forestry
Chamber of Commerce
The adjourned meeting of all those
interested in timber was held on Saturday night in the city hall with C.
F. Lindmark in the chair.
G. S McCarter read a report from
tho various timber men which urged
the organizing of a branch of the
chamber at Revelstoke. Dr Clark
secretary of the Vancouver chamber
in his communication said that a good
strong branch of the chamber should
be formed at Revelstoke. G. S, Mc
Carter said that there was no need to
wait till the president and secretary
of the Vancouver chamber came up
to the city as they intended to do on
Tuesday and discuss the matter, but
thought that the branch ahould be
organized at once.
A resolution was then unanimously
passed to form a branch at Revelatoke
of the British Columbia Timber &
Forestry Chamber of Commerce. The
appointment of officers and drawing
up of bylaws was discussed A list
was then opened of those who were
willing to become members of the
branch, a large number signing their
names. The following officers were
elected unanimously:
O. Lachmund, president.
J. M. Kellie, vice-president.
A. Johnson, secretary.
W. I. Briggs, treasurer.
An executive committee of the following was appointed:—D Dewar, R
Gibbons, C F Linumark, F E Sine, J
D McCormick, A E Kincaid, D Elliot,
T Kilpatrick, F Fraser, E N Hallock
G S McCarter, A McRae. The meet
ing then adjourned till Ti day evening, Jan. 7ih, wheu it ould sit to
meet the president and secretary ol
the Vancouver chamber, :md diecuss
lurtiier details.
BURIED ALIVE
Prospectors Perish Over Precipice, Near Arrow Lakes
NaKisp, B, C, Jan. 8 —The news
of a probable very pad accident, with
unquesliona-ble fatal results, yesterday
reached here Irom Burton City, on
the Arrow Lakes. Two men, W. Mc-
Davitt, aged 40, a resident and land
owner ol Burton City for several
years, and Norman Crisfiold, aged 25,
an Englishman, were working for the
winter at the Millie Mack mine, 14
miles east of Burton City. Tbey had
started Irom tbe mine on Dec. 24th to
spend Christmas in town. From that
time they have not been seen. The
remaining men at the mine iiiinied-
diately hurried towards Burton City,
carefully searching tbe way down. No
trace, however, was found, and the
only conclusion is that at a point
about a mile from the mine, where
the trail follows along the edge of a
deep ravine, finding it blocked with
snow, they ventured too close to the
edgo, fell down 150 feet, bringing a
heavy snowslide of snow with them
aud were buried beneath it.
FIRE ALARMS
Location of Boxes—How to use
the Alarm.
One of the most essential things in
a city is the proper precaution for the
prevention of fire and every citizen
ahould iiinke it a point to thoroughly
acquaint him-elf with tbe location of
every lire alarm box in the city and
when thoroughly posted should bo
proficient in the knowledge of being
able to use the same. For the information of the public wo publish tho
list of the tire alarm box locutions.
NO. 1 HUE MALI..
Box 1—Near Woodrow's butcher shop
" 8—Near   E. A. Bradley's   and N.
T.   Edwards'   residence,  2nd
street, west.
" 4—B. A.  Lawson'e corner, oppo-
Cowan Block.
" —Call from Fire Hall No. 2.
No. 2 mil HAM,,
Box 2—Alarm at No. 2 Fire Hall.
" 6—Mrs. Little's residence 2nd st E
" 6—Opposite the Roman Catholic
Church, McKenzie ave. W side
" 7—At Canada Drug comer.
" 8—Opposite   Custom   House and
Opera   House, and   call from
Hospital.
" il—Revelstoke Club corner.
To operate the lire alarm, break the
glass, fit key in lock.open door and pull
lever to the pin on   the left ol box and
let go.     It  is advisable for the person
who rings in the alarm to remain near
tbe   box until  the arrival ol   the brigade, in  event of  any   instructions or
information be may have to give.
Municipal Elections.
The following candidates for mayor
and aldermen for tho council of 1908
are in the field or have caused their
names to be mentioned for nomination:
Mayor—Ed. Trimble, C. F. Lindmark, R. Tapping.
Ward I.—P. Hooley, W. A. Foote,
J. Woodland.
Ward 'I.—G. 8. McCarter, W. M.
Lawrence, Dr. W. H Sutherland, and
R. H. Sawyer.
Ward III.—Candidates for this ward
have not made themselves definitely
known, but W W Lefeaux, H N Cour-
sier and F B Wells and J. Ahrahanmnn
have been talked ol.
Grip and Password.
ROYAL AIICH   MASOX8.
Revelstoke Chapter No 128, Royal
Arch Masons held their installation of
officers on Monday night, Stewart McDonald being installing officer. The
following now assume their office for
the current year: A. E. Miller, Z.; Dr.
Sutherland, H.; T. H. Corley, J.; Rev.
C. A. Procunier. S. E.; G. Hobbs, S.N.;
J. G. Barber, T.; C. R Mac. onald, P.
S.j C. Holten, J. Altor tho ceremony
the lodge sat down to a banipint, when
toasts and speeches were the order of
the evening.
USEFUL TO CONSIGNEES
New System of Keeping Track
of Freight Cars on C.P.R.
A new Bystem ol keeping consignees
advised ol the movement of carloads of
freight intended for them is about to
be adopted on the C.P.R. lines. Heretofore it has been the custom when n
carload of freight wis considerably
overdue for the consignee to apply to
apply to the.gener.il freight agent,
who wold send out tracer* to locate
the ctr. This, hwi-v.r. Involved s
great deal ol lab too the depsitmeut
tod a grettiv inert: sed expense iu
,■ legraplilo service.
By the new system the consignee
will be advised whenever his carload
arrive, at a divisional point lyaposi
c rd sent from the stent there. Thus
on a carload coming from Wini ipeg
to a merchant in Vancouver, atlvicis
would be sent Irom Hroadvi ■•«, R gi»a
Medicine Hat, Lagg,n, Re.elsloke
and other divisional points, and the
trouble of telegraphing would be done
away with. The new system will not
apply to consignments less than car
load lots.
Field Notes.
From oar own RorresiKiudent.
At a meeting held in tbe Buckham
Hall last Monday evening, some ol the
citizens organized a chin to be known
as the "Field Snow Shoe Club " A
good number of people ivere al the
n-eeting, Rev. J. H. Miller prosided,
and R.J. Murdoch acted ai secretary.
After deciding to organize such a club
the following officers wero elected:—
Mrs. A. W. Clark, president; Ernest
Uglow, vice-president; Rev. J. H. Miller, sec.-treasurer; Mrs. W. Lyness and
Sidney Unwin, committee. Many
other matters of minor importance
were discussed. Much enthusiasm
was manifest in the meeting and the
club promises to afford much plea-mo
and profit for thoso who beconm members. Any and uvery citizen of tne
place who wishes to join will lie welcomed into the club. The f! at tramp
will tako place at an early date.
I). J. McLennan, conductor on the
hill, has gone east to Nova Scotia to
visit his parents. His sister, Miss
McLennan, who ia nursing in Vancouver, ia staying with Mis. McLennan during her husband's avenue.
Mrs. Dart and her little boy, of
Truro, Nova Scotia, have come tu
spend the winter with Mrs. Goo.
Storrer, who ia Mrs. Dart's daughter.
Miss Vera Scott of Rovolstoke spent
the New Year holidays among friends
hero.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Neil spent New
Year'a day in Golden.
Mra. Artliu O Wheeler, of Victoria,
haa returned home after spending the
vacation with her husband, who is
managing director of the Monarch
mine.
Mr. McDonald, who is doing tho
work ou the Big Hill, is spending a
oouple of weeks with his family at the
coast.
A meeting of tho members of the
members ol the Canadian Mining
Institute will lie hold at Nelson, B. C.
on Wednesday, Jan. 15th, for the
purpose ol forming a western branch
ol the Institute. The C P.R. will sell
reduced tickets to Nelson and return
to inn in l "'ia and their (amities. All
members who expect to stlend should
notify J. J. Campbell at Nelson lor
accommodation, etc.
ICE  CARNIVAL
Successful  Masquerade at the
Rink — Big Attendance
The fancy dress masqueride carnival
under the auspices of the Ladies Aux-
liary of Knox Church, wa held last
night in the rink, aud as usual drew a
large crowd of skators and spectators.
The costumes were original and
varied and included some extremely
tasteful and artistic characters, the
comic element being particularly noticeable. Fairies hobnobbed with
niggers, while cowboys aud teddy bears
wem side by side with courtiers, Bailors, soldiers and a miscellaneous
assortment of other persous. The
prizes for the best costumes were very
handsome and were awarded to the
following:
Best lady—Miss Mary McEachrcn,
"Indian maid," silver mounted toilet
table bottles.
Best gentleman—T. Hope, "Filibuster of tbe Georgian period," silver
mounted umbrella.
Best boy—Glen Urquhart, "Jockey
in Revelstoke colors," dressing case.
Best girl—Doris McCarter, "Queen
of tbe Roses," lady's wrist bag.
BeBt comic—E. S. Jackson, "Irish
Broadway Policeman," $5.
The judges were Mrs. W. H. Sutherland, Goy Barber and H. Cunningham Morris. The Independent Bam!
played lively selections of popular
music during the evening, and refresh
nients were served at intervals on the
ice. Owing to lack of space and time
for re-arranging the lists of characters,
the names and characters represented
at tbe carnival will be published in
Saturday's issue.
REDUCE BIG HILL
Tunnel Work Between Hector
aud Field in Operation.
Laborers are now being engaged in
Winnipeg by agents ol the contractors
in the west for the driving of the two
long tunnels between Field and Htc-
tor, which ar3 designed to do away
with the famous big hill on the C.P.R
main line.
The contract for the huge enterprise
is in the hands of the M icPonnoll &,
Gzowski Co., and according to information received work will be commenced immediately.
At the present time workmen are
engaged in clearing the approaches to
the faces of the four euds of the tunnels . ft is the intention to drive the
two bores from all four ends of the
tunnels at once. As soon as the gangs
clearing tbe debris from the four
approaches of the tunnels have completed their work, which will bo in n
few days, miners and rock drillers will
attack the four faces. There seem* to
be no difficulty in securing laborers
for the undertaking.
Revelstoke Early History.
A very beautiluful triple lancet win
dow of the early English stylo has been
presented by Mrs. II. N. GoursUr to
Church of England here.   The glass is
stained in   three   different   and   very
pretty shade!—green ryliy and   violet
—and baa the words Holy. Holy. Holy.
Lord God of Hosts neatly   divided   up
amongst different lights.    It is a most
beautiful ornament to tho church, and
uives it a prestige unusual in this Cono
try as but otic church in the Province ,
possesses such a  window.   Mrs. Oouraier deserves the thanks of the Church
nl England congregation and haadoul   '
loss been ere this the recipient of tin n
for sibling this window to their alroa'ly
nicely appointed church building.
The window was originally placed i:
one ol the pioneer churches of Onlar:
at Crocmore, Mrs Conrsiui'sold homo,
and was presented by her friends as a
small return for her labors there, with
best wishes to the congregation at Re.r-
elnfokn. It ia now in pluco at the n i
ond f the building, and was put in by
0. B. McLean.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
There will bo an exciting League
Basketball game to-night in the gymnasium at !l o'clock, Shop aud Office
vs Shamrocks.   The public invited.
Thursday night the sonior class
have a grading contest—it ia important that there bo a full attendance.
The intermediates are getting busy,
and will arrange lor a series of league
garnet on Friday night.
Hardware China
prosperous IVew^
p$      m.      t0 *u
Plumbing
Groceries
CHEAP  FUEL
HARD COAL BRIQUETTES at  $9.00 per ton is the cheapest
Coal on tbe market.
They start Areas easily as dry wood and last as long as hard coal.
Can be used in furnaces, Cook Stoves, Heaters, Self Feeders and
open gi   .us.
We have a large stock on hand read; for immediate delivery and
will.fill your order promptly.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
IV OLSONS   BANK    BUILDING.
DEALERS    IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT   FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St. Op. Onion Hotel
jCTB
imperial Bank of Canada
Heu*1 Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Hrnnch.H in the I "Vi.-oi   f Mi .lloua. Alberta, BukttOBtWSB,
Ilril   ti   „\,;uH,bia, OnLrlo, Lju.tae.
Capital Authorised ... •lO,OOO,OOO.O0
Capital Paid Up ....    •4,860,000.00
Reserve Fund .... •4,860,000.00
D. K. Wilkib, President ; Hon. H. Jakfbay, Viw-Preaident.
A General Banking Bit* ruse Transacted.
Draft* sold aval labia In all parte of Canada, United States and
Hut-ope,    Special attention given Ui I olleetions.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed  00 deposit* from date of deposit and credited
11 terly, 	
Revelstoke Branc'i, B. C.—h. T. Jaffray, Manager
Notice.
The general annual mooting ol the
Kevelstoke Liberal Association will be
held on Friday evening, January 10th.
in the old Salvation Army barracks,
I'i-st Street. A full attendance is
requested
VV B U0BEKT8ON,
Secretary
Bashful Swainswill Face Usuai
Dangers.
Leap year with all the privileges
\\ eh follow in its train was ualicr-
ei1 '11 on Wednesday. The effort to
make the civil mid the solar year j
more nearly approximate has been
the worry of rulers for thousands ol
years. It was calendar of Pope
Gregory XIII. that instituted what
wo call leap year, which is the
figures of the year being divUahle
by four, except those of ccnturial
years which are only leap years
when they are divisable by 4 after
omitting tbe two cyphers. For tbie
reason 1900 was not a leap year.
Be this as it may it does not explain why tho fair sex during this
one out of every four years eho • Id
have ruore privileges than at any
n'th'er time, Any request made by
A lady is supposed to be granted.
It all occurred over the devotion of
Numa Pom pi Hub for the nymph
Kg'-ria. Numa waB a lover of arts
and sciences and he tampered with
calendar giving it instead of ono
leap year every four, a leap month
every other one, The motto of
chorchez la femme held good
then, and Anally the courtiers die-
covered the King's secret and
learned that Kgeria was responsible foi the change in the calendar
and had advised the king imposing
upon him her will during tbe intercalary months. Now iust/ad of
one n.oiith in two the modem fair
sex have to be content with one
year in four.
MotMrv better tlian our '-Spoolal. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Zbc fl&ail*1bcialt\
PUBLISHED  WKHNkSIiAY ASH SATUR
HAY AT
IREVELSTOKE. B.C..'
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc
O T T A W A
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Hakoi.h Fibheb
Chas. Murphy.
-. Til aT^l^lToTT
G1
l,,n.iters,; Soil' itora, Etc.
KF.VF.I.-r.'Kl. im. -ir.nl I LAKE  B  0,
,    R 0iLL*n J   0' BU.IOTT,
UAKVKY. Mcl'AKTKK
AMI l'lNKllAM,
BAKKIsrKRS, SOLICITORS, BT0,
OmcKS :   Im -raiAL   Hask   Hlock,   Kkvki.-
'STOKK,  11. (.'.       *
Money to loAn. _
OfHc«>: Rovelstoke, B.C; l ranbrook, B, u,
Geo. S. McCartib,
4.. M   1'inkham. J. A. Habvby:.
Rt.i'latoko, B. C.        Cranbrook. B. I .
s
1. M. Bcott i.L.D W. I. Briggs.
COTT   AND   BRIGGS
barristers, solicitous, etc.
Money to Loan
solicitors for molsons bank
First Street. Revelstoke, BA'.
TAS. A. McFARLANB
ASSAYER 4 CHEMIST
Anit   ol .11 Ores.   Samples by mall or express
receive promi>'. atiention.
Term. Moderate.
Al'DBES! • "       •        BOX 13-  KA3LO,  B. C.
pOBEKT SMITH
Provincial Land .Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue.
Box loO, Revelstoke.
MISS M. E. OREIGHTON
TEACHER OF PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY C0UNTBBP01NT, etc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations,
STUDIO-At   Mrs.   J.   C,   Hutchison's   Con-
naught Avenue.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mining, Rl-hI Estate, Business, Financial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents.
Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Agent-.
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled on Mines, L'lnd and Timber.
REVELSTOKE,
B. C.
Get acquainted with
Black Watch
the big black plug
chewing tobacco. A
tremendous favorite
everywhere, because of
its richness and pleasing
flavor. «.e
Zbc flfoaiMbcualfc
The:" i- so much bad iu the bo-t "f OS,
A:, i ... much .- - ,i in the worst "' ll»t
That it hardly behooves any of us.
To talk about the rest of us.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1908
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS.
Candidate? for municipal honors
are now beginning to yet busy and
announce themselves as being in
the field for the endorsement of the
citizens. There are many things
pertaining to civic benefit thai need
careful and level beaded attention.
It i- true that the manner in which
the ifiaira ol the city arc discharged is rd greater importance to the
citizens than any other matter,
wheth'-r f'-'b mi or provincial and
like .iii earthly institution! Ihe
Ravelltoke council is not such that
it cannot be improved upon; still
we -■ an ely think it fair lo practically tell every member that he Im-
heen s irii Iced and slothful Bervant
and lhat therefore be must not
have the effrontery to again offier
himself as a cainlol.il'- for election.
It would 1"° altogether too sweeping a judgment. We have had
occasion to thug criticisms at tin-
council during the year and to
abuse their methods "f conducting
city matters,vet on the other band,
the" man who never made a mistake
never did any good, hut mistakes
should be avoided as lar as possible, where the voice of the people,
ever prone to condemn, can In-
heard. Tin- importance of having
a capable council in the ensuing
year in actuated by the present
situation and the probable oourse ol
events lor the next year or two,
since we have entered upon a
period of restricted commercial
iiotivily and financial stringency,
The year 1908 will bring some Im
porU.nl matters to the bos! consideration o| ihe council, nnd manor?
of extreme moment lo itovelsloke,
Ihe adjustment of which to tin
satisfaction of a perhaps prejudiced
and critical people will be by no
means an easy task. Municipal
improvements on h largo scale have
been entered upon, Ihe cause ol
vwiieb   being   hitherto   lur    from
smooth and the incoming council
will require a level-headed policy
to effect these improvements to the
satisfaction of all parties. Civic
finances and the judicious and profitable disbursement of current
revenue will require careful attention and the new council will be
required to satisfy the people that
their tax burden will be reduced.
It is of great importance that the
mayor should be supported by an
active and efficient council, since
otherwise his efforts, however prudent and wise can be of little avail
either in legislative or administrative details. We hope therefore
that the electors will use discretion
in their choice of candidates and
select those who are known to be
capable anil who themselves have
interests in the city, while in their
character anil   reputation they can
ie relied on not to subordinate
public concerns to private interests.
The plain citizen who is really
interested in civic affairs knows
well that he has it in his power to
serve the community and himself
by voting for the best man, and the
best men are needed at the city
hall to handle the affairs of a
growing city such as this: Those
who dreamed of building up a civic
machine will recognize after all
the real   power  is   in the hands of
iheman who casts the ballot. The
candidates this year are no doubt
full of  zeal  for the city's interests,
ut whoever arc elected will do
well for their own peace of mind to
sink all personal differences of
opinion on important matters and
work in unison, without partizan-
ship or narrow-mindedness for the
interests of Kevelstoke.
Hospital   Ball.
fVsStated in our lust issue we publish
below the gowns worn by the ladies
who were present ul the sixth annual
hospital ball, beld ou Friday last:
Mrs Ainslow (Rogers Fuss) shepherd's plaid,
Mrs It H Aikins. white chiffon overdress and yellow silk underskirt, embroidered panels
Miss Buck, pule blue voile
"   M Buck, pink  voile with handsome bertha
Miss Corley, old rose eolioune over
taffeta, trimmed with French knots
and silk Lit'!..
Mrs Dudgeon, (Comaplix,) blaca taffeta trimmed with all-over lace yoke
.Miss Dudgeon, while barred silk
organdie with Maltese loco yoke
Mrs .1 M Doyle, pale blue silk with
chiffon overdress
Mrs W Elson, blue chiffon water
drop over white taffeta
.Miss Mary Edwards, point d'esprit
over white silk.
Mrs F C Elliott, (Trout Lake,) block
net over while silk.
Miss llobbs, deep blue net over white
"   lleywood. figured muslin
■ Mrs lbtiihiuy, black voile
•• llolten, handsome princess gown
of pale blue brocaded -ilk. trimmed
with orange velvet and sequins
Mrs A E Kincaid, red silk
Mrs Then Ludgate, (Arrowhead,)
petticoat of while and pink satin with
overdress of net trimmed with.rich
lace
Mrs \Y .M Lawrence, pule yellow
eolienne over taffeta of same shade
trimmed with Brussels laee
.Mrs H A Lnwson, black silk underskirt with handsome overdress of
black sequin net
Mis II Cunningham Morris, cream
glace sila trimmed with chiffon and
silk medallions
Mrs W A .Moii is. point d'esprit ovei
blue
Mrs G S McCarter, yellow silk with
handsome sequin overdress, sash of
striped yellow and black
Mrs A .1 McDonell, pale bb ilieune
chiffon and black velvet  trimmings
Miss McFurlaue, cream voile and
chiffon
Miss McKiniion. Nile green crepe de
chine
.Miss McLean, point d'esprit qvel
white silk
Mis McLennan, black silk undei ■
with sequin net overdress
Miss McLenuan, cerise underskirt
wit h ecru Brussels net
Miss Nellie McRae, black voile with
rt.i'iiilnwei- and blue u iminin
Mi- A K Philips, rich mauve silk
ti ilium .1 w nli chiffon
Miss Paget, pale pink silk
Mrs dobbins, black -ilk  with si
net oversklrl
Miss I'e.u l.ltoi'iii son, i oil l 'I i-| 11
ovei w bite silk
Mrs VV II Buthi i land, .ilk voili Paris
Hot. n. bodii e n Imtned « lih point
Mi - .) Ntithei land   i I    » adc
Mi- Sturdy, ivhlte Jap tall
Mi-   w hits    pale   blue     - I t
l i ,ii,Hi",I » II ii  -us
. » •
BANK RATE   NOW SIX P.C.
Bank of  England Reduces Discount Rate    A Good Omen
LoMDOir, Jan,  7.—The Direoti
the Bank ol England have lowered tin
minimum rate ol discount from seven
to six per cent, nhicli   rate was established as a result of the recent American financial crisis.     Improved flnan
cial   conditions   in   America, copied
with  a   better monetary situation In
Germany,  aseiated   the  directors  In
their decision to remove the stringent
rate ol   discount which   bus hi en bun
dloapplng   the  Hiinat.ion foT the past
tew weoki,
FINANCIAL
Banks   May   Soon   Have Too
Much Money.
The Columbia Agencies report:—
The Christmas holidays saw a revival of tight money in New York, call
rittes running up to 25 per cent. The
year-end h iwevcr witnessed a reaction
. ud rises in prices of several stocks,
notably Great Northern, which gained
8 J
The big January dividends should
ca^e the money market. Canadian
distributions will be about if-1,000,000
and American $180,000,000,
A good advance is noted in copper.
Southern British Columbia Copper
stooks have recently been bought up
to the tunu of $'250,(1110.
Cob lit mines are making good.
I he camp now has 24 steady shippers
The btnking outlook is better. The
Uhroniole  of   Montreal  declines tbe
'milks will shortly be able lo assist
Me ir clients on a more liberal Bculc,
and that some authorities go so tar as
io say the bunks will Bbortly have
more money than they know what to
tl i wiili.
A New York report says: "Before
the first of June money threatens to
In come a drug in New York and interest rates considerably lower.
Depositors have been taking up the
investments tbe banks could not handle, resulting in a reduction of dep 8-
its at notice and call of $18,000,000.
Loans have been reduced in Bimilar
ratio. Tbe Bunk ol Ottawa is getting
great credit in tbe east for its policy
of assisting general business through
tbe crisis. On this point JaffraY and
Cassella, of Toronto, write :
"The annual report of the Bank of
Ottawa shows a condition quite different from most of the bank reports
recently issued. This bank is not
not hoarding. The management lias
had the courage to turn $3,500000
from 'quick assets' into commercial
accounts, using its funds t) meet is
customers' needs rather than locking
them up in its vaults. If quick assets
,,re for the purpose of assisting general business through a crisis, by this
action the Hunk ol Ottawa is certainlj
doing its share to prevent a trade reaction Irom being forced on the country through noardiug of money."
SHARES FOR SALE
Imperial   Development   $450 no
Bank of British Columbia  110 00
Nicola Coal and Coke  WO DO
Columbia Fruit and Land  lull 00
Hewitt Mines  6 Oil
Royal Collieries  25
Charles   Dickens   10#
WANTED TO PURCHASE
Great West Loan.
Above subject  to continuation.
Prospectuses and particulars concerning any of these Companies on
application,
APPLY  TO
COLUMBIA AGENCIES. Ltd.
McKenzie Avenue, Kevelstoke,
Local Revelstoke
Socialist Party ot"  Canada
Meets First ami Tlilnl Wednesday III ll.e month
nt Selkirk Hall, up-Ultra, at 8 p.m. Subjuot lot
illmaiHHlon—"Arraiiininont ol   llapltallsm.      All
iutri'fsit.,1 tin., welcome
c. w. o. w.
Mountain  View Camp, No. 220.
Moult-  Second  anil   Fourth  Wedno days In
laoh inoiilli, in Belktrk Hall.   VlslUngwood !
mm cordially Invited to attend.
W. li. AHMSTllONG, Con. Join.
.1   MolNTYItB, Clork.
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
KcstnuiMii' and Furnished Rooms
Meals from 25c. Up.
Second Street, - East End
WW
KKYKLSTUKK AKUIK No. 1112
F. O. E.
The regular mooting* ore hold in tho Solklrk
Hull erery Tuesday evoulugal 8o'oloos. Visit-
inn 1,,-otlii-oji urn oitrdtntly Invttod.
II.   A.   IIKOWN,   I'llKslllKNT.
W. K. Mi'L.U't HLlN.Si:, HCTAUV.
Koutmnv   Loot. No. 15 A F. 4 A.M.
Tho regular moot-
inn- ni'1' held ill llie
Miigonto Temple,
Mil fellows lliill.oit
iii< third Mondaj in
laoh month nt .v
..m   Visitinghroth
.I'll     t'.Ol'.lillll)     w-ol
ti,nit;
U. A,   I'KIII'l'NIKlt, SKOBKTAKV.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO 12, I. O. O. F.
Min'ts every Thursda)
ovrnini* in Selkirk
.Hull ul 8 o'olook.
PVMtlng brethren cordially Invited Lo attend
,1. MA'I I1IK, Sue
15, TIIIMlll.K, N.G,
Cold Range Lodge, K. of   P.,
No. 20, Revelstoke, B. C.
MBEXR EVERY  WKllNKSIlAY,
except Thiol Wednesday oi
each i.t,mill, in the Oddfellows'
Hull     ill     8    o'clock.      VisitlUg
Knights nn: cordially invited.
T  w. UltADSIlAXV, ('.('.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of K. d S.
- U. A. IlltOWN. M.of F
THE MONEY SAVING
•VORK*SAVINC SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
wasbii gareeasy with its help.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Rovul Crown Wrappers. Send
for    it—Free—Also   try   the
Royai Soap Co., Ltd,
Vancouver. B. C
W A N T E D
WVNTED TO   LET   Five roomed
house f tsi   of city, rent  $S pi i
month  iiiiliirnlsbed or $12 p i   nlh
| fi shed   < lobunbiii Age -. Lid,
TnrTA.Nl KH TO l.l'.r   Eight-ioomid
\\      hon ii  M. K.'ii/.i.'   Ave., rent
IgaO pel iii"i.' u.     Applj    lo  Col nub a
\,,.,,, ies I.ui ited, .. x i P.R, I li •
graph < Mice.
nKRVANT    WANTED     .
n*.    s, r- .i nl   ivanled
$>       \| i M mi. Hi n
office,
FIRS! CLASS   DRES.SM VKI
l'p-t ,ii-   over    it.   If.     U
uj   Ml— i
l.l-.III'M.'.l.
I'll!.:
for "ii- - Ulc.il
I
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III.
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.scry on the
mainland of B.C.    Catalogue tree.
M J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
CBEENHOUSM AND SEEDHOUSES VANCOUVER B.C
E.W.B. PAGET
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
NEW MANAGEMENT
Meals at all Hours
Kv rything Up-to-Date
J Stewart McDonald, - Mgp
M»JM
**■ l"Wi5.JB*fl*.#
GiiiK Restaurant
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
I. HARRIS, Manager.
SEMEMT BLOCKS
Miiuufucturotl fur all olaasaa of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE MICKS
for sale in largo cir small quantities
ni tho lowest prices fci cosh.
All kinds of buitdlugand plusteriug
undertalcen.
A. PRADOUNI, • REVELSTOKE
Exprsss
Draying
Storage
All Kinds of Light  and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
IM; .
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VV i
• K-    PIANOS   ETC
De« I. Coa   and Feed,
.   ' 11 mse PI n e 7
TIMOTHY HAY
and Tim-
Also   al
WBI.IPJ.    I ■■ II II  ■ —
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.
ADDRESS
D. C.
HOFFMAN
CALGARY,  Alta.
NOTICE
Rerelstoke Land District.
District of Kootenai ■
Take nolicu that I. John Albert Kirk, of ltov*
eUtoko, B.0i' occupation B, ('■ Land Bujrveyo .
intend to apply f<»' perniission to purchase the
following desorlbod land:
Commencing al a post planted about forty-
ftvo i4;*>) chains north of tho north oast oornor of
Lot flvo thousand four hundred and fourteen
IMU). Group one U); thonoo west sixty (GO
chains; Lhcnoc south forty-flvo (*•>) chains;
i hence i'a->t sixty (GO) chains, thonoo north forty*
five (45) chains to point or oommeuoomont.
Dated 28th Novombur. 1007-
weddeoJ JOHN ALBERT KIRK,
NOTICE
F SliK
WAN n-;ii    HxpH  I A
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 •        Vddi \ ml, P. (i
Hnxllll
WAH CHUNG
11-: i   iroNi   "
pun-.- i    Si hi , i ,      Ki . ■ i    roKi
To Trappers
To the Revelstoke Public Raw Furs Bough*
Oash Prices Paio
Revelstoke Lund l>i.-trict.
DiKtrictof West Kootenay.
Xako notice that 1. K. H. Quffey, mine manager, 60 days afterdate inland toapplytothe
Unlet Commissioner of Laudt and Works for
permission to purchase tho fnllowingdoscribod
lauds: .       ,
I iiiiiuioticiiii' at. n ikjsL planted K) chains
north of the south-oast corner of timhur limit
7ul0and markod "K. H. Quiley's north-east
corner post," thenoe south 8ti chains, tlioucu
wust80otinins thoni'e north 8t) cliain-., thoncu
east 80 chuina to point of oointnencomontt con*
taiuing040 aores more or less.
bitiuii Oct. 20th, 1907.
P. H. OUKFKV,
Per VV. A. Smythe, Agent.
hi the County Court of West Kootenay, bolden
it Revelstoke
in tho nwit tor ol Josoph Dolan, deeoasod,
and
in tit- matter of the Administrators Act,
TAKE  NOTICE, that by   tin  Order of  His
Honur J,A. Fori adotho 18th dayof Oct<-
ii.ir,  I'.ti.,  I  was ftp pointed Administrator of
■  L-olai , do !ea«ed d nil parties having
,-.aiin ■ against the mid Estate are horoby re*
■ mi trod !•> lurnl ii inme properly vor tiled tu rae,
 r befure thu »ut day .-f January, nsw.
All partion indebted tu tho said Ustatoaro
re<iulred tu paj tbe amouut of iudebteduoil to
in. befure tbe Si t of January, imw.
I-"     Mill    itrii;
PRKD KHAHKK,
lei n ii Administrator
GEMS and JEWELRY
Our jewelry represents the most
artistic expression of the goldsmith's
uruft, iiiiih iiitiele nn entirely new
creation, fashlonahle to the nlRhest
degree, that will uppeal to your
interest the moment you view it. Our
diamonds oorae direct front Hie cutters and are sold in vim »t pleasing
prices for gems of such quality and
beauty. Pleased to have you see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
Art and Beauty
nie comhlned in our new designs In carpets. Our stock is
cemplete, and the colors rloh
and t'lVi-fiive, thedesignsartistic, and tlie " tout ensi'iiilile "
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such a wide
variety of patterns, and we
have never placed such low
prices upon so much high
quality before.
11 HOWSOAI Sr CO.'Y.
JgUs
-fes^^^«S&f
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, 1&55.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson MAcruKHSON, Pres. 8. H. EwiNG,.Vice-Pres.
Jambs Elliot, General Manager.
Capita/ paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
.Sixty-two  branches  in  Canada  and  Agencies   in   all  parts of the
world.
Interest credited four times a year at current rates on Savings
Dank deposits, until further notice.
W. II. PRATT, Manager,
Revelbtokb, B. C.
r*V**-*V"^**^*V*"%*k^%*4****V*%*V*«^%'V%**%** *1
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON,   - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons Etc., John
Deere Ploughs. Moliue Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
BnggieB, Plsnefc jr.. Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work attoudod tu. Horso Shoeing a
9 Spooieltyf W
«L% %^-v%^*tv% %-%-v^^%^ 'V%^%'%^^ ■^.'%^-%^^%'V%^%^%^ *%^i
Central Hotel
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
N'-awly buil .      FirHt-class in every respect.     All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day. Spec! I Weekly Rates.
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.
J\    ALBERT     STOGIE      PROP.
NOTICE
We solicit your
to     Revel
\\ HIT E   LAI   N It i: V
 I   work   and
i, in guaranteed,
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
I, c   IUJTI HIHON,  Prop.
Something Besides Turkey
for Christmas
|.     iftinhed   by   every     vlun
mn i     line  i itt.l' '    i   i        Whether
.,! nl \   till In, nr < ii tu   i
Mini  I mi i dlitlntt   .   Uf y   rtre   il
4,;,.     mm i   t', In'it.ii     uui  "I    hi
pit   mi   flavor.    Pure,  whnli'H	
 I iiiiiritioiis, tin y urn nintr.lilcMS
in I heir   n|i. i ^
Mannings Candy Mm
K'i ni-tokn Land l>i trlat.
Id in-1 nl We I Kfioteuay.
Tekfl unties th M I, \V   A. Sinitii, agent. 00
"ti   date Intend Uj apply Ui Uu> i 'nlof
 tr   ol    Lauds  ainl   fVorks  for oit-
mii i-ii i"  purebasfl  the following desorfbed
lauds
t nt molng iii .1 posl planted about ti rolls
north of n»utli*enst ooruer of timber limit /oiii,
and marked "W A Smythe's B.W. oornor imst,''
n north BO ohnlns, thence east ho onalns
■  nuth B0 rd ii in--, thonoo wesl 80 -duilns to
pnlni of onrnmencement, containing din aoroi
.. Ion,
Dated Oct 26th 1901
W. A   sMVTHIC.
F.   B.   WELLS,
Flxporter of Purs
CORPORATION OF 'I111
CITY OF RE1 EL: fOKE
ii,... .'   ''. ii  f..rHi
 I    ' Villi    Will  li   win   i
i   ,.. . ,i,.'i  , r I'ltj' 'I'm     n ■   i   ■
i i i,i|m i        ,,,,, i mi    '    ' id    ilni
  i ,ii, ii,. ■
in In h nili li  il I"
Inn   I i,i tli'tit     i Ullli, II'1"'
|{i   .ii.,      lit. I ■„,■   'I     i
II    I'l.llVH.
1,1 city Olirk,
NOTICE.
Waal KooUinny lyind lil-iri.-l.
It,-ni. l t,l Wi-I Kiti.liiiiiy
r.tk,   in,tin. Hull .liiiiit-n Aiiiini- Blotnon, of
In,lull.,   Ml    li HA,     mi il|iiilli.ii    II it. It.-i
lit ,.,    Intend    '" Apply for n npoolal timber
....     ■, 'tu folloHIuk tit'^i'i'ii,f'i landii
,,, ,,  n,^ ,ti   ,i  iitttl jiliinli',1 nl II,,' N, W,
I," ''II   I.  Nt,  l«'  Will ildoof
. l,i,, i   Arrow  I,iikt- iinti  marked "U, I),
.  I.  , tiinir.'' lliii.fi. w.bI imii'ltnlif.
ill, I mi-, till",* o saal iii1' olialn.,
 li I>J' htilni in point  "f rt if i-
■ti. tit
...   Ith 10
0. K. IIIIWAItll,
Atfnnl 'hi .l.uiii - Ail.nn , 9lol	
I,,i,,I Dm   and, WW, w,«l Joo i
NOTICE
Itnvt lilnki i.'".'i I'i-itit'i.
,i,      " t   .:    ■ ■   '  k'i'il y.
I IKK   NdTIi K il. 'i   Ol "nt"  M'-i'tirltT, "I
  ui, Annul, ini'tii.i ■ i" apply for
i ii [rat ii." fnflnwlng iii' orlbod
' ii  lolni »l " Pout I I'ttilt"!    il   Hi"   litirlli
  nl I .,t   JUfl in lli..ii|t Ono, Ktinli'ii.iy
I .    ■ i,. I       il      ....  I    II III '    i-ltiuii".    11,01,00
north Kiolinln . ti oswosl i" ohnjnsi thonoo
 i,  tin   n i i ii.nin 'iinil" iiitirn
nrlii" lit Hut wont Imnk nf lln'l t.liiit.lnii IHvit;
ilii.i,t',,|.,L,„t : Ih" WOll   li.illk   i'f  III"  I't.linii-
i.i, ii,,,.,  niithorl) to the point of onmnsaoo.
 im, iiiiii«iil soro-, mots nr lo..
ilKoltill-; MnIARTBR
iiiitnii Nofimbei lit., n«». N>" 0
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
NOTICE
Rovel-toko i-ui'i DIstriot.
Ut-triobof Wont iviiuit'iiiiy.
Take nolloo that I, Alex. MoHao.poatmaator,
llcvcl-luke, il('.,inli-nil,:iil iliiy" iiflor ilnlc, lo
apply in i Im Oliloi Uommlniloiioi1 of bauds and
Works lor pormlulon to out and oarry away
ihtiiittr from tho followlnii do»crlbod lundm
1. Clllllllli'llt'tnil ill  H   POSt   plilllllltt ut lllll N
\V. cornorof Bi'otlon 17, Township 4'Blg Bond
liihiiici. iinii'kitii "Alex. MoRae's nortn*wost
ooruur, mitl ouvorlna iinul.-i loi-mui-iy holdundor
'.linilittr l.ii'i'llhit Nn tli&l, thonoo   tint l, hiicltitin,.,
Uiouoooast 8ii chains, thonoo north if ohalns,
thonoo wost 80 chains to point of oomtnonoo'
inuiii, oonutlulng WO aoros more or Iuhh.
2. Uoinmoiiolng s,t a post plantod at the H.
w, oornor of Huolloii at), Township i,uTg Bond
iiirttrlci, inarkou "Alex. Idoitaos south.west
i'tiiin-1', iiini covering laiidt (ormorly lisld un-
dor Timber 1,1 mi No  OTgJ, thonoo north nn
ohalns, thonoo oast ho cnutns, thonoo iouui BO
ohalnSt thonoo went mi onaius to point of com-
iiiuiiMtiiiiini, iioiiiniiiiiiK iiiii tores inuiii or Iu.h.
:i. Coininonolngni uppsl planlodattboB.R
oornor m Heptlon in, Tnwn»iii|i 4, IIik Hen>i
UlstrlOt,   iliiirkeil   "Alex.    Mi'ltliu'ii  suulli-oiMl
oornor, and covering lands lorinorly hold uddor
Timber Uconoo No. ii7-.'i. thonoo north hi
oliains, thonoo wost hi 111111111", iheiicn nouiii hi
ohnlns, thonoo mist mi .-1,., 1 n. to puim of cum-
inoiioomonti oonuitiilng om aoros unim or I,.™.
I I lOinlllCOOIng ut 1. Iitmt plantwl lit lllll H. K.
oornor ul Huclluu ail. I 'own. hip 4, lllg ll.'inl
lllsLrlot, iiiai-kiid "Alex MiiUiio's noiiileoaHt
tin nnr," unit COVorlng lumli. fui'liiuily In-lit tin
dor Tlmbor Lloonoo No. 078s, thonoo niiriliwi
1 Iihiiih. ihonoo wost mi uliaitiN, iiii'iiii' Houtii 80
chains, thonoo oast 8ti uliaiiiK to point of conv
iiii'iit'i'iiit'in, containing6Waoroi moroor lunn,
6. UouiDioni iuk a' a post plantod at tin- N.kl.
L'oruor of Section 18, t'ownshlp I, Big Bonn
iii.tiiiiti, markod "a!,ix MpKaos north-oast
uoriuir," thonoo south bu ohalns, Llionoc wosi.su
tlniiiis, tluinoo nortli (hi uliains, tlloliuo USStSO
1 liiuiis to point  uf   riiiiiiiii'imi nii'iil, 0011I11111111K
mn aoros inoro ui' loss,
I Ml ml Novemliur lath, IIKI7.
AI.KX. MollAK,
l'or N. T. K,i wards. Agent.
wod dec 1
NOTICE
Rev oil to ke Land District.
bUtriot of We.it Koomiuiy.
Take uotloo that 1, J. .SaundurHnn, nntier. tH)
days after date Intend to iddu to the Uhiel
i uinmlislnner of Lundi and Works for per*
in ii  Oi   purObaiO   tl u   l..lluwn,M   de.^riUud
lunrli:
i unitnoutilug at apoal plauted 80 ohaius wast
nfUlind   liny   and   nuirknd   "J.   ttauimurnou'i
utifiii lui-i oornor post* tnonoosouth80ohaius
ii,.'iii a wit t hi) i-liiuiis, Ui-mi'U nortn   OH  obttllil
ibenoe oast SO ebalus to point ol  comiiieuco-
n.mn, fiiiitalniiiK Mn aero.- inure or lo*n«.
bated on. 20th. ivSl.
J   BAUNuKRBON,
l'ur W ■ A. ttinvtlju AK'Jiit.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDbRMISr
ll.'.r II,.ml., Anilimh   lllrtls,  Full, ,F,U\,
Mill Nl Ml
Atillnttl   llit||. .MitiillU'tt.
I'  O. llt.xSI,
Nl nlitt;   UO-QSI ol Klr.it Nl. ami Boyll Avo.
U'-Kl.lnkc. U. U
NOTICE
Hovelstoke Land District.
District "f West Kuotenay.
Tuke notice lhat 1, It. M- Bmythe, merchunt
60 days ul t nr date intend to apply to tho * 'hief
OqrontissionoOOf Lands and Wurks for per-
mi --ion to purubitHO the following descriued
lands!
CuiiitiiniiciiH; at a post planted 40 chains,
north of the sotith-OHl corner of timber limit
701H and itiiiikml "H. Al. Sinytlin'. north-west
corner post." thoiifo oant 80 cbiiins, thniice
.south 80 chaiiiH, thence west 80 elm i.,, tl once
north HO cliiiiuu to imlnt of commencum.'Ut,
i-.mtiiiiiiiii,'tiio iicron more or lunrt.
Dated 0<'t. B6th, iini;,
H. M. SMYTHK,
Per W. A, Sniytht), A«mil,
NOTICE.
Ilti.iil iul.>i l.itnil District.
plstriotoi Wosl Kiioioniiy.
Till.i. mil It'" Hi,tl  I,    XV. A. llniiv. ,   Itti'itllnilivS
llrmiiiiu, IHiltiys nltor ilnlo Intend Ui niuily lo
lliii ' Itiitl l' in.. tr nl l.nntl unit Works for
imniii    tun ti, intrclissii tin, I,,llt,win,.' ,l,i ,Til,ml
[■null
i'iiii.iiiiiiii-iii« tit n |s,',i itliiniuil nlioiit i mils
north of iho stiuth-ssHi oornor of tlinlixr limit
7(110uii'l miirkotl "XV. A. lionvo's soulli-eiist
oornor cost," thniioe north BU cliulus,  thnuos
Wt,.I Sll I'll.tin., I lit,tim,   -,tut li   SI)  ,'liiiiim,   thouco
oust SUoli.iiiN lo iitiillt of ciiiiimuiicouiout, onie
ininiiiK i'iIii ucroH more or less.
Duioti Oct. auiii, mn.
W. A. BKAVO,
 l'or W A Bmythe, Axont.
NOTICE
Rovcl.toko Land District.
In.'.int i, <,i Wont, Kouiuuay,
Tiikn nt'tlce thut w , tho LiimleWstson Lune
lisr r,ini|iiiny. Limited, of Arrownsiiil, B. I!,
occuimtitiu Ltinili'Tiiion. inliiud lo nppty for
piirmlsHion tu leans the following described
r„reshnr„ being nun of tho foroshoreof (inliinii
II -v. for li>K-K-iu : inirptiHi'st
Comui'tioins nt ii |h,hi scribed "Lnoih-Watson
Liiini.iir in." pluntod at the B.W. ooruer of
Lotklin, thonco siiiithvisttrly'iillowinKlilirh-
wuiormark, ti ilistniceof llllchiiins.
Iintotl this 30th day of Ot-tobor, 1901.
L.utn-Watson Lumiikii I'l), LTD.,
Jiui 111 08 By o. II. N. Wllkle, Ajfeut.
MARRY, DOOTOH nr
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thins; " till you hou cluurly
what s lit-"l by aid of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
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Mil pages, illiiBtriite.l, |* ouiiIh; bin lolntrixluoo
It wu solid ono only to any adult for pontage,
HI cunts.
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DON'T
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Sine cure for Rheumatlitn,
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liility. Only the cliuicest
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McKenzie Avenue.
Certifloate of Improvements
-NOTICE
Fidelity, We Two, Annie E„ Spokane, Nlpln-
uj and  HoMin  Mineral t'lalnu, Hltualu In
tho Trout Lake Mining Division ol Weit
KooU'nny District.
Where locatod—At head of Horsefly Creek.
'lukii notlco lhat I, I lara Grace Westfall, administratrix of the Kutale of John XVpHtluy
Westfall, di'iii'imnl. Free Miner's < cltlflcat.',
Nu IIS82IKI. Intend, Blity days from date hereof
tu apply to iho Mining Hecorder lor oerltllcnli'i,
of Improvement-, for the purpose of obtaining
. row,, Grants of the above ulalnis.
And further take untitle that act Inn, undor
seution 117, must be commenced boforu the
IsMiianosof such Oertifluato of Impruveinonts.
Dated this 21st day ol Ootobor, A.D , 11*17.
fuhl       m CLARA OHACK WK8TFALL.
Certifloate of Improvements
NOTICE
B.s Fl>„ J.W„anil A.K. Kraut1"nut Mineral
riiiinit-. „iiituii, In tit,''IImiii Lulu Mltilna
Dlvuloo uf "el Kootenay liMrlot.
Where Itoated—At head uf RorssAy Prosit,
Take mil lee thill I, Fred 0  F.lttiill, Crl a Mil.
or'sCcrlllleuli' Nu II Kri'JU tIuk if kki'iii t'"
Clara draco West fall, and the m.,1,1 Clara Qraoe
WinHnll. iidiiiliilntri.trls nt ilia Ksluloiif .lulin
\\,-l..» XVi.»if II. it tti-.tl Free Mlt.'tV i.in
lit,.It' Nu   II 'Sam, it,lct.il   -M)   ilnt. If  lililillc
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Ci-i-lllli-alet, ol l,il|iruviiiiu'iili, fur th. pitrpOM
of obtaining a crown Ui'iini* nl tlm ulinvi
elnliiin
And further lake nnlli'o tliul. aetlim under
"<■' linn H7, must Im cnliliiliilit eil lieftirn Hie i-.ii
nn. t, of Ntii-li Cti'tlllt'atu of Iinpriivniiit'lits.
Iislod this list day of (HilolHir, A.I)., i »;.
tell ( FHKD. 0, KljLlOTT,
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
St. Job SAILINGS   Live'r^ol
. an.   4 Lake Champlain
an. 10 Empress Britain
, an. 24       Corsican
reb.   1      Lake Erie
Feb.   7 Empress Ireland
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Second-Class, $40 and np
Third-Class, 27.50 and up
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points in connection with steamship tickets
Passengers booked to Nnrwav,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other continental ports.
For further information apply to
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Agent, A.O.P.A.
Revelstoke.        Vancouver,
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
SO MOW .* .11M SAM, Pitore.
Open Day and
Night
S|ieciul iillention   given   lo
Supper  Part lei A hatiq iris
Moms, ISO.        MMl Tiokotn,      .so
IIKT   THK   IIAIIIT
OPPOBITH  Y.  M,  c.  A.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
VOTERS' LIST FOR 11)08.
WARD   ONE
NAME QUALIFICATION
Agnew, Mrs. .Minnie    Property Owner
Anderson, Joliu
Anderson, John S. "
Austin, Charles L. "
Armstrong, Mrs. A. W. "
Ainato, Joe "
Allen, Frank "
Anderson, Charles H. "
Ackman, Roy                    Householder
Armstrong, H. W. ■  "
Adams, Donald "
Allen, William "
Allen, John S. "
Anderson, Charles "
Adler, Alfred
Aldercrott, John "
Anderson, Morris "
Bolton. Mrs. S. H.       Property Oxvner
Blackberg, Andrew "
Blake, Mrs. B.
Brown, Frederic Wni. "
Brown, 0. C. "
Billiuski, J.
Barnes, George "
Bourne, MrB. Frank '•
Bourne, Mrs. H. J. "
Benjamin, H. B. "
Bruce, Hugh "
Bell, Annie M.
Berrill, L. M.
Bregelese, Mrs   Assunta "
Barron, Dominic "
Boen, Mike
Baker, Mrs. E. "
Brown, Mosee G. "
Briggs, W. I. "
Bregelese, W. "
Bernardi, Guieeppe             Householer
Baruschi, Dominic "
Boyd, Walter "
Brier, Walter P. "
Burnett, William "
Baird, Robert D. "
Bradshaxv.Thos. VV. "
Beale, Harry G. "
Byrd, Walter "
Beasley, HA. "
Ooughlin, W. P.          Propc. ly Owner
Corson, Mrs. Annie "
Corson, Frank "
Caeciuto, Julio "
Cbisholm, Alec "
C pel.inil.Riciid. R. "
Colaeurcio, Oelcstia "
Colacurcit', Fraucesca "
(! irlson, J,,|m "
Caiuer u, HO. "
I'olnreii, Gniseppe "
Coming, Mrs E. "
Ouracoio, Antonio "
Oancelliere, Antonio "
Oasciato, Dinuito "
Oatlen,Loige "
Ci mossi, Samuel "
Crawford, R. Z. "  ,
Crawford, A. B.
Carmichael, James "
Cucorochio Pietro "
Comozii, Theresa "
Cinanti, Mateo "
Casciato, RiU'giero "
Chapman, John               Householder
Crowe, Arthur P. "
Crawford, Matthew F. "
Clark, H.
Cormier, Fred C. "
Corley, Thomas "
Campbell, Wm. E "
Campbell  Lou "
Carlisle, Leonard "
Creelman. Herb-rt "
Constantinesco, Vasco "
Cameron, Fred. W. "
Curveon, Jno. L. "
Daniels, A. G.             Property Owner
Deblas, Joseph '
Dent, Mrs I. "
Deleo. Annabel "
Donald, James "
Damoer, Mrs. M. "
Deleo, Joseph,              Property Owner
Defei, Angelo "
Deleo, Nu^io "
Decorpo, Dominic "
Damoer, N. "
Donaldson, A. R.              Householder
Dunlp, J.S. "
Davies, William "
Downing, Richurd "
Davis. J. E. "
Dent, Charles 8. D. "
Edwards, William       Property Owner
Edwards, G. W.
Evsub, T. H. Householder
Fossececs, C. Property Owner
Kittenl, Dominic "
Farrcll, Wm. E.
Funco, Fiilipo "
Fletcher, Jno. "
Fulton, James "
Foster W. W.                  Householder
Ferguson, D. "
Ferguson, H   H. "
Fnoco, George "
Franson, O. "
Ferguson, Duncan "
Gallicano, Vito            Property Owner
Gallicano, Dominic "
Grimes, E  L "
Gerrico, John "
Gode, Mrs  M. '■
Gruhnm, Edward A, "
arifflo. M T.
Gulliich, Jas. F. G. "
Quito, Angelo "
Gee, Walter "
(iarncr, H. G.                   Householder
Gale, John D, "
Gunderson, Axel "
Green, Geo W. "
(iallicano, Joseph "
Guest, Geo. A. "
Graham. Robert
Hobbs, Geo R. Property Owner
Hoyland. Rota>rt '
Hyland, Robert
Hiblis, Mrs. M. J.
Henderson, Joe. B. "
Henderson, Peter •"
Humphreys, C. M.
Hart, John "
Hamilton, William "
Hooley, Frank
lliiinill, William Householder
Halliday, A.
Halllwell, J"hn
Hopkins, Edgar
II, pe, Tom
Hancock, A. 0. "
ll'inUirke, J   I. "
llolben, V. H.
Ilillirr, A. It "
I.ihn.on, Henry          Properly Ownri
Johns n, John "
.I. linings, Ktl
.1, nsen, t',. A Household. I
Jones, Stephen H. "
.loh.,»oi,, .1   A. "
Jones, J. W
Johnson, J. E. "
Jackson, D. E. "
NAME QUALIFICATION
Jackson, John H Ag-nt
KnoH-lton, Mrs. E. Properly Owner
Kiuiberley, George "
Knapp, George 1). "
Kenward, Alfred "
Kenny, Ralph H.mseholder
Knowlton, Gordon "
Kempster, Hurry "
Kipp, W. H.
Kipp, C. W.
Lonzo, Joseph Property Owner
Lexvis, Thomas "
Luudell, A. F. "
Luudell, Charles E. "
Lnmana, Salvatore "
Lyttle, Mrs. David "
Lonzo, Mrs. M. C. "
Laurienti, Felix •'
Lee, Andrew "
Lamana, Pafquella Property Owner
Lino, Tarn Householder
Laurienti, Luigi "
Loyst, R. A. "
Lewis, Thomas A. "
Leleaux, W. W. Agent
Lewis, F. B. "
Malloy, Miss Annie Property Owner
Menotte, Clement "
Mathie, Mrs. Lina "
Mann, Mrs. M.
Moran, Julia "
Maddaloui, A. "
Mauley, John V. "
Morgan, Isaac "
Maokenrot, E. A. "
Miller, A. E.
Marcheton, Angelo "
Mensing, Carl "
Moller, C C.
Meiklejohn, George "
Mason, Osborn, Householder
Massucci, Andrew "
Middlemas, Joseph "
Miller, Robert "
Mathie, James "
McRae, Kenneth G. Property Owner
McLeod, John "
McLean, D. H.
MeColl, Robert
McKinuon, H. F. "
McKinnon, D. J. "
McGiiire, John "
McGuire, Mrs John "
Mclntyre, A. "
McGinuis, James "
McGregor, Duncan Householder
McLennan, Alex  H. "
McLennan, Alex, D. "          »
McDonald, Roy D.
McBr.de. Archibald "
M.-Uo.iHlii, J. M.
Melt  e, J,illll
M D nu il, James "
Mcl'ann, W. D. "
McA lifter. G.
Ne.il n, .1   J. Property Owner
Norlierg, i li to "
Neal, Fted ric R. Householder
Nottingham, E J W.
News >nie, Charles "
Norris, C. F. "
O-borne, Louis Property Owner
Olsen.OlalA. Householder
Purvis, J hn P.           Property Owner
Piscateili, Sam "
Patrick, Louis "
Pugsley, John "
Palmer, John "
Parta, A. N.
Pradolini, Anselmo "
Palmer, Mrs. J D. "
Pettipiece, W. C. "
PhippB, A. E.
Pradolini, Archille "
Phipps, MrB. A. E. "
Parker, Philip Householder
Patrotta, Luigi "
Palmer, Chas. D. "
Porter, William D. "
Potruff, Albert Householder
Parsons, H. "
Proulx, Ovila "
P tilpott, C. "
liotiinson, Fred Property Owner
Robinson, John R. "
Ragnelli, Murium "
Rohbins, Edward M. "
Robertson, Peter "
Root, T. E.
Rutherford, John "
Rose, Yuill
Rodgers, John R. "
Ruse, Albert E. Householder
Roller, George "
Rose, Albert Agent
Serrianni. Edward Property Owner
Scott, Walter '*
Smith, Samuel "
Somes, Fred "
Spragge, Mrs. G. M. "
Stonex, H. B.
Saeliaw, John H "
Sashaw, William John "
Serrianni, Pedro "
Stacey, Mrs. K. "
Serrianni, Aneelo "
Serrianni, Gabriel "
Snider, Mrs. Margaret "
Sin,one, Rosario do "
Sturdy, Thomas "
Stingley, Sam. H. "
Shaw, George D. "
Sumner, G. J. "
Siverson, Eli "
Slaumst, MiBB A. "
Serrianni, Angustino "
Schafer, Mrs Frances M.          "
Soothorne, Arthur Householder
Singer, George R. "
Bobaitiano, Nusio "
Steels, Allied
Storey, 11   J.
Sissous, O, B "
Smith, Tims P.
Trimble, Edward Properly Owner
Taylor, Mrs. Georgia M. "
Thompson, It, J. "
Toruk, Andrew "
Treat, C. J. "
Taylor, Thomas "
Tcvin, Alfonee "
Trimble, Robert Householder
Thomson, William "
Urquhatt, Robert Property Owner
Urquhart, J. S. Houeeholder
Van Home, Bert Property Owner
Volpo, Giovanni Houeeholder
Venablee, Richard "
Woodbind, ,1. J, Property Owner
Williamson, George "
Walker, John "
Wood, O J Houeeholder
Woodland, Victor "
Woodland, Arthur J. "
Welti., Samuel Wm. "
XVilkden, Itoliert "
White, R   L
Voting, F'at It, Property Owner
S'hiiiim Charles II in eli. lei—r
WARD TWO
Aid ridge, Jn'eph Property Owner
Irmtl '"titt, Winis "
Xriii-tnilig Susie "
inile'-i'i., Ms   ,M> y "
\ n lemon, Mrs, Swan "
Antler.ou, A. Y, "
)
NAME
Annan, Albert
Annstri ng, John
Armstrong, William J.
Armstrong, Jarvis H.
Bain, Mrs. T W.
Biin, Thomas W
Barber, J Guy
Bo.igard, Edward
I'rowo, Hugh A.
Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth
llrundrett, Arthur
Ucms, Walter
llurridge, Ed  ard
Bourne, Edxvin J.
Bourne, Frank
Beasley, Mrs. Elizabeth
Bews, Harry
Barber, William J.
BUckberg, George
Bazley C. W.
Blacklock, Benjamin Arthur
Bond, Arthur
Bell, Robert W.
Brown, W. J.
Bartel, Joseph
Bell, George F.
Brook, G. H.
0auiptje.ll, Josephine
Clark, Geo. M.
Cowie, Andrew
Crump, Thomas H.
Callin, Joseph
Clark, Mrs. Barbara
Corning, Edward
Carr, Mrs. Hilda
Carlson, Swan
Crick, Albert
Corley, Mrs. B.
Curley, Miss M.
Cooke, Reuben
Cousins, Herbert
Carmichael, John
Carey, James
Clay, C R.
Clay, E. H.
Carter, George. K. II.
Con:ts, James
Clay, W.N.
Carpenter Harry
Cross, James W.
Cunningham, C.
Davidson, Andrew
Dickey, William J.
Dunn, William
Doyle, J. M.
Doyle, R. N.
Donaldson,William Baker
QUALIFICATION
Householder
Property Owner
Houeeholder
Householder
ii
Property Owner
ti
Property Owner
Householder
Property Owner
Devine, John J.
l)ougl..B, Malcolm G.
Dolan, Patrick
Dunlop  A.
Dallas, John A.
D yle, J. M.
i£vang, J.
Foote, William A.
Fretz, Frank H.
Flindt, Mrs. M. A.
Fleming, William
Fruser, Dan C.
Fiote, Mrs. C. H.
Fulton, F. J
Foote, M s. W. A.
Koote, Sarah L.
Got don, Mrs M. E.
Gordon, Robert
Graham, Mrs. T. J.
Garvin, Peter
Graham, Walter
Goble, J. M.
Gould, John
Gid lings, Joseph
Gilohrist, Jas. W.
Garland, J. W.
Gi.es. Harry
Hutchison, J. C.
Harvey, Thomas
Harvey, Rebecca
Hanson, C. E.
Hopgood, John
Howson, Mrs. R.
Hoxvson, Robert
Hume, Murray
Hume, Horace D.
Hooley, Peter
Hull, J. R.
Haig, Thomas, L.
HoliBon, Alec.
Hanbury, H.J.
Hume, Mrs. E. J.
Hume, C. B.
Homell, A. D.
Hume, Jack P.
Hawkins, B. G.
Hooley, JoBeph P.
Hamilton, Jas. H.
Hunter, M   E.
Howe, A J.
Hate, Clarence
Hi tide, William
Hivwo d, Mary A.
Ilancy, J. F.
Hume, C. B.
H.iwoii, Robert
.T.-illiffp, Charles
Jackst. i, E. S.
.lohm-ou. K D.J.C.
Julian, Mrs. Frank
Jones, Clement
Jones, Oliver
Jones, Andrew
Jaffray, H. T.
Kilp.itrick, Mrs. T.
Kilpiitric.k, Thomas
Kincaid, A. E.
Kiiiuiiil, Mrs. May
Kirk, G. H,
Knight, George
Knight linger, E. C.
Knox, John
Kirkpatrick, J.
Lidy, M.
Luiighton, John
Lawronce, Wm. M.
Law, Mrs. VV. J.
I.ee, Mrs. Alico
Lindmark, C. F.
Longhead, Hugh
Lewis, F. II
Lewis, Mrs. Bortha
Lewis, E. Herbert
Lewis, Mrs. Olive
Lyons, J II.
Levesque, A. P.
Laweon, B. A.
Lawrence, TIiob. J.
Latham, II. P.
Loslie. Wm.W.
I.uppsn, .1. H.
La Chance, E. W.
Luuchlaii, II  C.
Lemhke, George
Lewis, F. B.
l,ewi«, F. B
Lawrence, Wm. M.
Manning, Horace
Mitchell, O. W.
Mitchell, H. A.
Morrison, John
Maalen, Annie
Mahoney, J. D.
Moore, Robert J.
Maiindrell, Harry
Mathie, James
Millard, Mord
McCarty, F.
McCarter, Geo. 8.
McLean, Angus
Householder
Agent
Property Owner
Pioperty Owner
Householder
Property Owner
Householder
Agent
Property Owner
Householder
Agent
Property Owner
Householder
Property Owner
Householder
Agent
,,
Property Owner
Householder
Agent
Property Owner
NAME QUALIFICATION
McLean, E. H. 8.        Property Ownt-
McSorley, Henry J. "
McKinuon, John Q. "
McLauc.hliii, W. E
MoPhadden, D.
McDonell, A J.
Mclntyre, John "
Mclntyre. .lamps "
MoDougal1, John "
McLean, J   K. "
McBorley, John "
McCarter, Mrs. K. C. "
McCarter, Etta "
McLennan, Jus. P. Householder
McRae, Jus. R. "
Mclnnis, John A, "
McKinuon, C. R.
McLeod, Archie "
McCarter, Geo. (Senior) "
McPheraon, D.
McPherson, D. K.
McRae, Murdoch '■
McCarter, G. 8. Agent
McDonald, C. R.
McCarter, G. 8.
Newman. Mrs. W. 8.   Property Owner
Ogilvie, Wm. F. Householder
PaKOt, C. B. Propertv Owner
Porter, J.J.
Paget, E.W.B. "
Paget, Eleanor "
Perks, John V. Householder
Potrutf, W. H.
Page, Thomas H.
Pinkham, A. M. '*
Perry, A. W.
Phillips, Wm. H.
Probyn, Levi "
Pollock, John T.
Pratt, W. H.
Pettipiece, W. H. "
Pratt, W. H. Agent
Perks, Jno. V.
Ross, Mrs. Jane Property Owner
Roeser, Fred. "
Robertson, Wm. B. «
Keiil, R. Honseholder
Russell, John "
Reader, J. H. "
Robertson, Andrew D. "
Robertson, J. s. R. "
Sutherland Samuel     Property Owner
Samson, John "
ir'amsnn, Robert "
Sawyer, Rich: rd "
Sawyer, Henry "     ,
Sibbald, J. D
S' eene, Charle" R. "
S  ii>h, Mrs. M, A. (1)
Smith, .1 ilm L.
! Smythe, R. M.
Solloway, A. E. "
Simonn, John "
Sxveeney Tht'inas "
Soott John M. "
Scott, Mrs. M  E.
Scott, Matt. J. "
Sutherland, W. H.
Sutherland, Mrs. Lillian M.    "
Squnrebriugs, Robert S    Householder
Stewart, VV. E. "
Schwartz, Arthur "
Smith, J. J.
Shurima, John ''
Smythe, W. A.
Squire, W. H.
Smith, H. C.
Saunders.W. C.
St.epheni.oii, Jas. A. "
Steed, Hugh "
Spring, E A.
Swerdlager, H. W.
Tapping, Robert Property Owner
Tapping, Mn. Eleanor "
Taylor, J   Edward ".
Thomas Ranaome "
Terry, Fred "
Telfer, J. T.
Vagon, Frank Property Owner
Vve, Alfred Householder
Vanghan, Claude H. "
Watmore, Mrs. Robt   Property Owner
White, J. H.
Willis, Daniel
Wilson, R, 8.
Wilkes, C J.
Williamson, W. "
Warner, L A. "
Walker, Joseph A. Households
Wolfe, Garnet "
Wad man, T. J.
Warner, G. "
Ward, VV. R.
Walsh, Thos. J. "
WARD THREE
Abrahamson, John     Property Owner
Atirahamsoti, Charles
Abrahamson Noah "
Abrahamson, Andrew "
A i kins,,B. K.
Anilt-i-son, August "
Ai.deiM.n. J.ihn H.
Allum, E. M.
Allan, O. 11.
AimBtrong, Jas. Henry "
Ackley, May "
A man. Charles J. "
Abrahamson, O. W. "
Ard, William Householder
Beck, Hairy D. Property Oxvner
Hiinvii. William "
Bradley, Mrs. May
llallegiuirile, Soi-en
Ulackiiioi'c, Robt. A.
Ilirni'V, W. G.
Barrett, Tom "
Bradley, E. A. Householder
Hi-tinker, A. (J.
Itlack, Geo
Caley, Hubert Property Owner
Culcy, John "
Carlson, And. J. "
Oouraier, Mm- IL N. "
Ooursler, Henry N. "
Christie, G. F.
t'oivan, Win.
Clink, Harold J.
('lough, George
Crewman, Mrs. J. B. "
Craig, Andrew
Coburii, W. A. Householder
Cooper, Percy "
Oalder, W. C, Junior "
Caliler, W. C, Senior
Curtis, Geo. F.
Cooke, Henry
Downs, Thos. Property Owner
Doll, I- H.
Doiv,  Alex.
Darbyshire, John "
Davis, 0. P.
Davis, David
Edwards, Kdxvard "
Edwards N. Thos. "
Edwards, Mrs. Addle
Elgon, Mrs. W. "
Field, Chas. M.
Kink, Henry "
PVoiney, B. ('•
Flelshmann, Arthur H,    Householder
l-'leming, Robt, "
Floyd, H.
(Julian, John Property Owner
Green, Robt, W.
Gianat, August "
Goepel, W. .1.
Gowtng, Arthur G. "
Goring, Albert "
Goddard, VV. V. Householder
Gibhons, Rand "
llolten, Mm. Chas. Property Owner
lledsti'om, Gus, "
Hyatt, Mark
Haggcn, Mrs. Annie "
NAMK QCALIFICATION
Hggen, E. A. Property Owner
Hart, 'lli  mas "
Henrich, Bert, M. "
Ilayloc-, H. J. Householder
Humphreys, VV. H. "
Johnson, August        Property Owner
Johnson, Geo. "
Jamieson, Mrs,  Addie "
Johnson, Arthur "
JollirTe, VV. H.
Jamieson. Jas, A. Householder
Johnson, O. E. "
Jackoon, John H. "
King, William            Property Owner
Kellie, J.M.
Kennedy, J. P. "
Kernaghan, John "
Kennedy. Mrs. Margaret "
L.-HIC. Bertha "
Laxvson, M. K. "
Leslie, John A. "
Lund, Gus, '.
Le Feaux, W. W.
Law, W.J.
Laugbton, Robt. "
Leveque, Eugene, E.   Property Owner
Long, Jas. E. "
Le beaux, Stanley Householder
I^ewis, F. B. Agent
Maddooks, A, R.         Property Owner
.Meuheniuk, Cory "
Mmvait, Alex. "
Morris, Mis. Janet "
Mitchell, Delia
Morris, Mrs. Alice "
Miller, Mrs. Esther "
Micklesou, John E. "
Morris, il. Cunningham "
Morgan, Mrs. Rosanna "
Murphy, Pat "
Mitchell, «■. R.
Mara, John A. •'
Morris, Wm. A, Householder
McPhail, John             Property Owner
McCarthy, Julia "
McMahon, Mrs. H. "
McMahon, Baml, "
McGregor, F. W. "
McGregor, Alex. "
McMahon, Wm. "
McNeill, A.
McDonald, Stewart "
McKcuzie, John B. "
McDonald, C. R.
McCarthy. Dennis "
McRae, Alex. "
McKenzie, D. R.
McRury, Robt. Householder
N'eedham, Saml' sr.     Property Owner
N'eedham, Suml. jr. "
Nelson, John "
Orion, Mrs. Annie "
Pool, VV. B. -
ferriu, Jules "
Peterson, P. R, "
Pere.-sini. Joe              • "
Power-, Delia "
r'ayne, Mrs. Emma L. "
Paul, Mrs. Isabella "
Kaooui here, A. •'
rtigbion, Tlios. M
.ti.n-M'il, Thtis. ••
-to-s, .His. VV. "
tieighley, Jas. "
Scott, .Viiii. Eliz. «
Shaw, John "
-niivtlie, Amy C. "
Smythe, li. E. R. *•
"smythe, Mrs. S. A, "
Spurting, Mia, "
Steed, Mrs. T.
Steed, Thnmaa "
Stone, Mia. L. A. "
Stone, John A, "
Straubach, Paul "
SibbvJd, Mrs. A. R. H.
Sweeny, John "
Sutherland, Jas. P. '■
Skinner, Thos. W. P. "
Saunderson, John "
Skinner, Mrs. E. "
Smith, Mrs. M. A. (2) -
Sproat, Thomas "
Scott. J. B.
Scott, H. A Householder
Sutherland, John "
Turnross, Mrs. E.       Property Owner
Turner, John A. "
Tomlinson, W. J. "
Taylor, T. E. L.
West, Agnes Property Owner
Walsh, A. K. D.
Wells. F. B.
Woolsey, David "
Woinlrow, Jas. I. **
Willis, Frances Eliz. "
Watson, J. P. Householder
VV.'lls, J. R.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
PROCLAMATION
I'ublir Duties is her«br (-1T8D to tht elaetars
<>f it..- MtiijirijmHtjr uf [{«■•*!-t<»k«. tbnt I r«-
,.:-::>• nrn-eiicfl uf tlie sniH  electors ni the
'.!>' !»tw ■<.»<!.■». C:i, Hull, McK»uii« ATniuin,
in th« Mid city, on the 1Mb do; of Jnnuirr.
■ -'- at 12 o'clock fii.ufi for the purj-'-** of
nlctctiiiK pvrnni to repre>ent them in the muni-
i*ipel council us Marnr *u;l Aldermen, end el"o
for tho porpOM of aWOtSBS two School Truilee-i.
The mn'l- of nomliiatfoti of BtUdldfttM ihtll
Di h- foi|t>wx :
Thociuidiilalo- -hall bu nominaled in writing;
the wruitif- I-!. . be >>iibscribe«l by two rulers of
the municipality as proposer aud "econder, and
'•(.all \# f.-ihvnred t*> tbe Kelurnltig Officer at
any timti between the dat* nf thin notice aud 2
Pin, of the day uf the uominatioo j and in the
evnnt uf a poll Iminn tim'tH*.ary nurti poll will be
opened on Thursday the 10th day Jeuuary, H* w.
iu the City t'lerk'n OfflM in the City of Kevelstoke, and kept op«u between the hour of nine
"'•lock- in Hi" foifOOOO and thehourof faren
o'clock iu tiie nfiarniHHi, for takiuff and r«eord-
itiK the rotes of thaelectorx of the said city, of
winch erery pt-r-nm ia hereby reouired to take
uotice aud fOTtlO himself accordingly.
Tli-> person* <iuhhfl«d to be nominated for and
• i,*-.i<' i it- llayor iball be auch peraonn fa are
iihiIa BciUlb iubjecta uf the fall eg* of twenty-
oii< years aud are not dleaualifled under any
!n». and hare l*een for the iii nontbt neit
preceding the day of nomination tbe mgistere*-*
><wner in the Laud Heglitry Office of land ur
real property in the city of the asietiad fain*
on the lail muulcipal AHseniment (toll uf Out
J bouaaud Dollar* or moreorer and nbotw any
rtu-lstered Judgment or charge, and win- are
uuierwiM! duly qualified aw municipal rolan.
The pertoui qualified to be nominated for
nnd elected a* Aldermen ■hall be aucb wrioiii
an are male British aubjacti of tbe full age of
tweuty-oue yearn and are nut disqualified Under
any law, and hare beeu for the ill mouths neat
preceding the day of nomination the registered
owner in the Land Reg 1 airy Office, of Uud or
real property in the city of the atietaed falue.
un the in-, municipal Assessment Boll, of Fire
Hundred Dollars or more orer aud above any
registered judgment or charge, aud who are
otherwise QUllsRa as municipal roters
The persons ijualifled to be nominated for and
electeuasBehool Trustees shall be such ptrsons
at are householders and being British subjects
of tbe full age of twenty-one years and other*
wi*« qualified to rote at an election of Stbool
Trustees.
Brery candidate nominated shall signify by
a writing accompanying tbe nomination paper,
his consent to such nomination, eicept fa case
such person be absent from tbe municipality
when such abseuce shall be stated in the uom-
iuation paper.
Every candidate nominated for mayor or
alderman shall, on or before the hour of two
p.m. of tbeday of nomination, famish the Kr
turuinv Oltlcer with « sUtemout la writing,
specifying tbe laud or real property apuu
which be qualifies.
Oireuuudermy bead at Berelstoke this lud
day of Jeuuary, lfM-
l HAH. J. AMAN,
B«tar»U| Ofikar, THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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J To Our Many Customers %
||       and Friends:        t
SWF.  WISH  YOl' A HAI'l'Y   ^
AND l'KOSPEKOUS #
T NEW  YEAR T
Canada Drug & Book Co.
Limited,
.T. Revelstoke, B.C. ,-L
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Weather Forecast
Wednesday, January 8th, for 2-1
hours—Cootinuance ol mild weather
but imiicated change; snow and lower
temperature. Tpinperuture— max!
mum iSO degrees; minimum HI degrees
Local and General.
W J Walter, president ol the British Americaa Live stock Association
of Vanoouuer, is in the city to day
Miss Elwood, who has been spending the holidays at her home at
Salmon Ann, has returned tu the city.
A. H. Siog is opening the l'ulucc
Restaurant on McKenzie avenue in
the premises recently occupied by T.
J. Page.
Mayoi Betliune was re-elected by
acclamation as mayor of Vancouver
for the year l'.liJ8 at the nominations
last sveek.
The supporters of Ed. Trimble for
mayor in the civic elections have
engaged the committee rooms on
First street, opposite the Union hotel,
and are hard at work.
A. H. Sing will open the Palace
Restaurant in the building lately
occupied by X .1 Page, McKenzie axe.
Big turkey supper will be served this
evening at 6 o'clock.
The Selkirk Lodge, No. 12, I.O.O.F.,
and the Naomi Lodge, No. 21, Rebeccas, are holding an open installation ol officers on Thursday night to
be followed by a bampuet.
Otto Lochmunil, C. F. Lindmark
and F. VV. Heee left this morning for
Nelson to attend a meeting arranged
by the Interior Lumbermen to take
place at Nelson on the 10th iiiBt.
The first annual ball under auspices
of No 2 Fire Brigade, will be held
on Friday, February 21 in the Opera
House. No detail will be omitted by
the brigade to ensure the success of
this event.
The Knights uf Pythias Gold Range
Lodge, No. 26;h, and the Pythian
Sisters, Crystal Temple. No. 3, are
holding an open installation of officers
this eveuiug, tu be folloxved by a
banquet.
A requisition has been sent to W M
Lawrence largely signed, requesting
him to accept nomination as alderman for Ward 2 at the coming niuni-
pgl elections. Mr. Lawrence is considering the matter.
The school trustees met last night
at tlie ti., ii restaurant and tendered
a send-i'fT in the shape of a supper to
the two retiring trustees, A McRae
and H Floyd. The eveuiug was pleasantly and socially spent.
Ned Hanlan, the famous Soulier and
former champion of the  world, died
' st
ng 2U
years he took part in many races,  the
world over, and lost only half a dozen
Tbe long overdue CPU steamer
Mount kuyal steamed slowly into
Queenstown yesterday, and nexvs ol
her safety was received with gladness
in shipping circles. Defective boilers
were the cause of her delayed arrival
coupled with heavy seas aud gales
The campaign committees who are
supporting C. F Lindmark fur may.
at the C'lming municipal elections are
now at work and have .-ecured the
eeikirk hall as a committee room
until Election Day. The tir=t general
nitetn.g wai held en Monday night.
Geoffrey Hsnmar of Grand Furk-1
(,r«iiii Chancellor ol the Knigiit- o!
Pythias for British Columbia, arrived
in the city yesterday   to   attend   the
pet installation of officers and im,-
q MM »t the Ould Range Lodge, No.
••!>'• Km?hn "I Pythias.
-...,,       \-  , . j i . , y i      . i        v*        ,..v ' » ' - i   .-.« .      \ i i ■
;uct   after midnight on Thursday   last
at Toronto, aged 52 years.   During 2t
EATON HURLBUT
Fine Note Papers for acknowledge
ing «ift«. Hot Pressed Vellum,
Berkshire Linen,  Highland Linen
Bond, Kant Linen, etc
Walter Bews,
piiin.li.
DRUGGISI   &   SlA'l tuNI'.lt
FROM FIELD TO OVEN
LAYING  IN  A SUPPLY
ul' uui- groceries riuhi now is
about ;is sure ,-i way ol' saving
money as xve know. Prices are
rising, especially fur high grade
groceries like inns. Si buy while
we can s'ill supply yon til our
old low pi-ices. Then when the
raise dues cuiiic you can count
the increase as so much you
have saved liv biivinir now.
!§>
every bit  of Hour xve   use has    ..   .«'"■ x?l '■    "!SS5«U
icon carefully chosen,   iini\ tne ,'■  ,
,est of overythiugisgoodenough   fr'p       ./ Bl '",'•"■"  ''; "'l"!"'.
o go Into tho breath cakes, pies,   j i }<&^ |MK -'■, ..'.-'.■   . \ **jyj
"•'   ,l''vJ\
etc., xve make fur you, If all
materials were as puru and high ^ i
grade us nura, I here would ho
need of a Pure Komi 1,,-iw. Try
our baking for ,-i change and n
rest.
HOBSOJt   C3L   BELL
MAYORALTY, 1£08
To the Electors of Revelstoke:
*   YOU CANT    *
MAKE ANY MISTAKE WHENYOU BUY
NICOLA  COAL
REAL
ESTATE,
Accident;
INSURANCE:—Fire,  Lit"
MONEY TO LOAN
11 cl
Iv I N (  A I D
IU. Pl]
&..	
&
1ST
Anderson
S T R E E T
£1
The school hell was heard once more
on Monday after the Christmas and
New Year's holiday and there was
much activity that morning when the
classes were arranged. There are a
large number ot new puprie, this time
and the principal of the school reports
good prospects
A meeting of the Revelstoke branch
of the B. C. Timber and Forestry
Association was held Inst evening in
the City Hall. There xvas a large
attendance. Dr. Clark, the secretary
of the above named association of
Vancouver xvas present and addressed
the members on the aims and objects
of the association during the evening.
A handsome stained glass window
has been installed in the Baptist
church, the work ol William O'Neil &
Co., Vancouver. Tbe window is uf
Norman architect ore of three lights
and is of exceedingly graceful design,
the coloring being rich and harmonious. The church will be ready tor
use very shortly.
Shortly after 10 o'clock on Saturday night tbe prolonged boom of a
deep whistle echoed over the city and
its continuance bore the note of alarm
and danger. No. 2 Fire Hall responded to the call, and learning shut
the alarm was coming from the Bowman Lumber Company's mill on the
south track, the brigade struggled
manfully along the roads with the
apparatus and reached the mill in a
remarkably short time after the lire
bell rung. The alarm, however, had
proved to be unfounded; the watchman at the mill seeing tbe end of the
waste lumber conveyor catching
and Decerning alarmed, had sounded
the whistle to call the brigade, Much
apprehension was felt when the first
whistle went, that the C P.B shops
were on lire.
Send fur our descriptive oatulugin
of nursery stuck. Address—The Riverside Nurseries, IImud Forks, B. C.
Skating is being  freely   indulged in
on the river just noxv uhich is more or
I less likely to be attached with  a  co!d
bath.    Apart from the daiiger  of   the
i ice, skating caunot he too pleasant on
isiiiia rough   surface   and    it   seems
i -tniuge why some people, buth     dulls
and children   will   tempt providence
when   they can   enjoy   the   sport   far
better in the rink.
Social and Personal
;    ITItt' '..lit'tr wishes to inuko ihis column us
i complete as possible anil in this end invites
co-operation nf our many patrons tiiul .-ub-
Bcrlbflrs, fur milieus of .-tiL-tiil functions nuil the
movements nf society   in   Kouoral     As it is
j Impossible fnr ua to altetnl every event [n town
we would iniicli appreciate any repnrt nr notice
I of uncial uthuri happening In iho city.]
Miss Cirant, of Shoal lake, Manitoba
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. Tiller.
Dr. Cross   has   left for a visit tl thr-
coast and will returu to the city ahoir
I the 24th.
Mrs. W    A.   Sturdy will be at home
tomorrow, and  on   tbe second. Thurs-
\ day of each month,
Montague Saunders, principal i f tbe
school al Golden, has been appointed
it, i ii • Vancouver High School,
M ■ -  Keir,  i f  VVinni| eg    sisl
IV, M   Lae i snee ir    ■ i last     ight on
a visit to   Mr.  and  Mrs. VV. M.   Lawrence.
Mrs  I' ug i- .' li    has been ^ isiting
the city,  the   guest nf   her daughter,
Mrs    McCarter, baa   returned
home at  Baofl
At the request of many of the busi
nessmen and other residents of the
City, 1 have consented to have my
name placed iu nomination for tho
office of Mayor fur HKI8.
My record as an Ahbrnian slices
tin during my term of oflioe I p,'i v,
close attention lo the affairs of the
I'iiy nnd in all cases did what 1 con
sidered xvas in the best interests of tin
whole City irrespective uf Ward inllu-
eniies.
My opponents xvould, 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 aftor tho affairs
of our glutting city. 1 have yet to
learn that nil the business nhility of
the city is con tlued tot-hat class of n
man. I can in ike suoh arrangements
as will permit of my devoting such
of tny   line  is may he iiec.'ss.u.v to the
atv.iirsufiiieciiy.ii.nl my experience
of city affairs I consider fits me [or the
ullice quite as xvoll as any one who has
yet appeared in the Held,
My xiew,   us   well   as   the    view   of
many other ratepayers, i- that f the
mayor and aldermen would appoint
capable men to the different civic
offices and hold those persons strictly
accountable fur good results and device their own energies to supervising
what is dune anil do less interfering
in the carrying on of city work, the
city would profit by it. We have had
in the past sonic oostly experience resulting from the mayor ami aldermen
trying to run affairs that they knew
nothing about uinl the time Iiiib come
when a change BhuuM be made in the
ttuy above referred to. 1 propose tu du
what 1 "an to surround myself with
capable aldermen and city officials and
see that each does his little part ami
does it right or know the  reason why.
In regard to the question of sexver-
uge, 1 may any, that when the by-Iitv
xvas voted on and carried last Fall, 1
look it for giunted tint the council
ivus quite justified in going ahead
with this work as far a? possible.
Since the contract has been let,
however, I find among the ratepayers
a x-ery strong feeling against the
scheme as it stands, ut present.
If it in ijority of the ratepayers ivish
to have the whole question re-opened
and 11 different scheme outlined, fjr
sewering the city, I Btand ready to do
all I can to bring this about, provided
it can be done xvithotit involving the
city in 0 lawsuit for breach of contract.
I lliink that during  the   next  year
most strict economy should  be exercised in all  departments and  it will
ho my effort to effect these  economies
wherever po&atbld  without  destroying
the efficiency of the different departments    Our   lire   Departments   de-
I serxe every encouragement nnd assist-
i ance   possible   and    our   Pulice and
l Water   and   Light   services   must  be
I kept up to a proper state of efficiency,
| but  large  expenditure  on roads  and
I streets can very well he omitted   until
our finances are  in  better Bhnpe.   I
am  favorable   to   a   fair  arrangement
■being innde  fur  the   disposal  of  the
surplus electric power which the city
controls   in   older     that    industries
requiring cheap  power may   be   en-
coiiraged.
I asic f,ir your support at tbe polls
'on the 115'li ol January and feel
Confident that I will receive ihe
BUpport of a large umj rity of the
ratepayers uud ttust to merit that
aupp rt throughout my term ol ullice.
Vtti us Faithm'u.y,
E. TRIMBLE.
Odd pieces of
reduced prioes.
figured  toi el   - ' - it
C. II. Hume
Fancy C .- i  10c,  eai
in i upwards i     ind   Sal lirdaj
in v     C. B. Hu  .-   I i
Revelstoke Cigars Union Made-Our
Special. The Union, and Maroa Vuelta
are ahead of all others.
Me i .t d eggs arc now 60c. per doz
Mi        ;■.• ,v Son
MAYORALTY, 1908.
City of
To the Electors of the
Revelstoke:
Ladies and Gentlemen:
In response to the expressed wishes
of u large number of electors of the
city, ami nf the inlluttitial deputation
•if business men ivhn waited on me
with the request that I should allow
my name to gu in nomination fur the
mayoralty of Revelstoke for the ensuing, 1 recognise that it is the duty of
every man to respond lo the call of
his folluw-citizona il he can thereby
serve the public interest..
I have, therefore the honor to advise
you that I am a oaiidlditte for the
ullice uf Mayor in th ' onming eh ctiun,
nnd request the favor of your support
If elected  it shall In my earnest en-
deavur to  bring  about   a red iclion of
taxation, a al 10 uisi-l un till) eoonoill
ioal administration nf the civic finances.    The taxation at present levied
is a heavy linden on ih.se who make
their li'inios in Eevel.-lnke, and the
rate of taxation must be reluced.
I am in favor if n " ''jii-tnient of
the city sssissnieni, ■ hat it shall bo
more equitably npp mumed, and consequently 'oduciil nn improved property. This will mean nut only a
saving to bona title ciiiz-' a in their
annual tax bill, but «i I ;tl,tce tho city
in a more favorable financial position
so that its binds will command a
higher price than under existing
conditions.
I am in favor of permanently surfacing xvith cm-died rock the main
thoroughfares of the city at, such lime
ns the revenue will justify the undertaking of such work.
The expenditure must he placed on
a systematic basis, consistent with
public works being carried out in the
most efficient manner, and yet to an
extent sufficiently .vithiu the revenue
to cnmie the civic finances being
placed on a sound footing, tu that the
frequent issue of debentures bIihII not
r-e nece-sary.
Youii Obedient Servant,
CHAS. F. LINDMARK.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two:
Ladies  and   Gentlemen,—I   am
again placing my name before yon ns
a candidate for the aldermanio board
and therefore offer my services as representative for Ward Two in the coun
oil of 1908. If reelected I will endeavor, us in the past, to perform the
duties pertaining to that uttice to the
best o[ 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 nun ber of our
friends we have consented to have our
names placed in nomination as Aldermen in Ward Two for 1908.
We heartily endorse the eandidnttue
of Mr. Edward Trimble for mayor, and
promise if elected to give him our best
support in an effort to give Revelstoke
good government lor 1908.
We have no other promises to make
and ask your support on the 16th
instant.
W. H. SUTHERLAND.
G. S. McCARTER.
RENTOLVED
that ITBEAT5THEBAND
WHAT VE CAN Do W\TH OUR.
(WEY BY GOOD JUDGMENT
AND flANAGErYlENT IFWEGO
to the right place.where
they know  _
 "browm
It beats mcsArva
-.   . IPtGnrtapl
BBfr-ti5Hnio».errHtBeJTH« HtovNCo.CHitAtn.
tms \s the right place becau.se we
treat people right here. our good.s are
the be st we can buy and our priced are
the lowest in the city, we don't deal in
.shoddy good.s, and we don't mark good.s
up, in order to mark them down.
thi.s week we are offering .some parTICULARLY GOOD BARGAINS IN
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES.
WHILE MEASURING FOR .STOCK-TAKING,
WE HAVE PUT EVERY END OF 6 YARD.5 IN THE
TURN-OUT BASKET AT HALF PRICE.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS - FINE WHITE
WOOL BLANKETS. REG. PRICE 5.50. NOW 4.35
—REG. 6.25, NOW 4.85. FULL .SIZED COTTON
PILLED COMFORTS 1.35 AND 1.95 EACH.
PURE WOOL FILLED AND EIDER DOWN COMFORTS AT BARGAIN PRICES.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE THE SNAPS WE
ARE OFFERING. »
LADIES'   AND  CHILDREN'S   C0ATS--THEY    ARE
SELLING AT HALF PRICE-LESS THAN YOU
COULD-BUY THE MATERIAL To MAKE THEM.
IT IS A CHANCE TO SAVE MONEY AND BE VERY
COMFORTABLE, TOO.
McLENNAN'S
MACKENZIE AVENUE
J0
NOTICE
Rfivelstoke Laud District.
District of W*st Knnteuay.
Tnlte notice that I. Jo ha Keonoth McLean, of
Revelstoke, It. 0 , lumberman, ititeud to apply
for a special licence to cut timber from tbe
folluwinf-dericribed lauds;
Commencing nt a post planted adjoining
timber limited 7414, and marked "J. Kenneth
McLean's nortlnast corner," situate about
two miles np Half-way Creek on the
wost side of Arrow Lake, thenoe west Wl
chains, thenoe eouth $0 chains, thence emit 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to poiut of corn-
moneemeut, coutuiuiug tWU acres more or less.
Dated Doc. luth. 1007.
BUtdeoU      JOHNKKNNKTH McLKAN.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District <>f WYhI Kootenay.
Take notice that I, j Dougnl nf Nitkusp,
Captain, intend to apply for permission to purchase tha followiitK described lands:
Commnncinff at a post planted at the N. \V.
corner of Lot No. 'ilU, rminiun south 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains, thouce north 20 chains,
thence east B0 chains tolpoint of commencement
Dated Dec. 10th, 11**7.
JULIUS DOUOAL,
jnn 4 sat D.  Diivviir, AK'int.
ir-tr*:       'J**T<&gBFJiri>&iM2i%
OUR JANUARY CLEARING SALE
Dress Goods
lo, .  ind   .
foi '•"'      Ijll  1
All Wool Venetians
Rugulm Tut e |1.25, ■ ■  ■    It
Comforts, Blankets
.■ ,i 11 ii  I mn ti v Sale I'
Broad Cloth
Kirtedj    Hi H .1 it Priri'Ua
Dress Patterns
iS'J."i values now *fl2..il>.
Furs! Furs!
Hi,,, only, l-ftbell" Pin Set, fli-Kiilfir Price IJ" ■>«'
\,,,i   s|t|i«l
in ii I v Canadian Mink H  i      Regular Price 841),
now 85J7.no,
I! i Ian Mink Hone and Itolos, one only. Boa, 8-lft,
now *:!o; 'nit- ,nlv boa, 82T>, not* 915; onennly boa,
A18, now $lil; one only. Stole, 820, now %\i no
only. Mtiilo, :slo. now till,
Ladies Skirts g0^tumes
P ranging from  .Si
. ., 'i i	
I...   ■ .,,,
- . • , I    lo.i.t v,.    VVe are
duced  price    to
i i'.     |ar I'lit-e
j22 50,   in.u 812.00;
Misses Underwear
In Or Extra good tt H6c,   ofteh.
Men's Overcoats
I',    ilar P       -'i ' nn i  W.llOi Ri i(iil tr  Pi Ice 88,00,
Boys' Overcoats
Boy*, in.
Re'■I'.-l-.    .:    II.ill'  V
Men's Odd Pants
Heavy Tweed at 81,26,   Extra Heavy Tweed. Reg.
Price SilUHl, now m2.2.">.
Men's Suits
Bxtru  k""'I value, 812,   now $0,0t)|   l*lne Illnek
■Seine, 818.00, now $10,60.
Boys Norfolk Suits
Regular Price, $6,00; now .$:uw.   Boys' Odd Punts
nt .'iiif. per pair.
Heavy Sox for Men
\n   Wool.   Five   I'.iiii   for  $1.00.   Men's Blook
On iJnnnroSoj   n pain for $1,00,
Men's Underwear
\|rit   lie,ivy Fleeced Lined Underwear at 50 Onis
ii Karuient.
Men'* Extra Heavy All  Wool Underwear,   Sale
Price 76c. Per Garment,
This Is a Clca-'ing Sale All Over the Store. « No Rest rvo. Goods at Your Own Price.
CALL    EARLY   TO   GET   TH£    BEST    BARGAINS.
Bargain
Sale
RE ID   &   YOUNG*
0FERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY, JAW0ARY 13TH
Ernkbt Sum-man
and Wm. G. Coi.vin
Present
The original La Bhelle produc
tion of
ii
>>
THE BONNIE
IBRIER BUSH
IAN MAOLAREN'S BEAUTIFUL HEART
STORY OF AULO SCOTLAND
Notahle dud of Twenty Play,
yew, Mule Quartette, Pipers, &c
Special feature
MISS MAGGIE McCANN
The Queen of Scottish Song
Reserved
Heals....
$1.50,-$1.00
General A-druisslon, 75c.
spat Sule opens on JauuutyBth
at Canada I)i-u^ and Mook Co.
in the Supreme Court of Brlttih Columbia
In   the  matter nr tho Wludiug Up Act beln-r
if   the   Hhvi'so.I    HtetuteH   nf
cluipter   144
Cfinmln
nnd
Iu tho mutter uf Tho Klwood Tin Workers (•<>,!
MinliiKCompauy of Lnrdenu,  Rrltiah ('nl-
umblii, Limited, Noii'itorimual Liability.
Notice is tierehy tfUeu that upou the petition
ofChurleH   Lewis  un order   whs  made by the
Houournble Mr. Jutttice <;lem»nt lu the abetr
mattor, dated the 21th December, 1907, whereby-
lt was ordered that the abofe'uamed company
be wound up uuder the yrovislnns of the Wind
iiiK   *'p   Act   uud that Juhn K. .Ifines, of Cam
home, IM-., was appoloteI ProTislonal Lhiul*
dator.
Furthor tabu iiotlco that iu end by said order
Tuesday the 21st day of January, 1008, at the
hour or Mi.'tO o'clock In the forenoon at the
Court House. Vancouver, II.C, watt fixed as the
t mm and plii' e for the appointment of nu
'ifllcinl liquidator of the above named compnny
of which all purties concerned are requested to
tube notice
Dated thin :H)th December, 1907.
MARTIN, CRAIG & ROtJRNK.
Jan 4 It
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.,
HolicltorB for the Petitioner,
NOTICE.
Ki'vlMiike i.tiitl lilatrli't,
IllHlrlfl til Willi Ktiittt'liay.
Iiiku nutlou that rimrlim MoNteliulla, of Nil.
v, rnut, 11.11..ort'ii|iiillou, UuiIti-r fruitier, IIIteuil«
tu «|,|ily lor «|ii'fliil timber lluaum:- over Urn
ftilliiwliiK tk-Hiriltt'tl landH :
1 I'liiiimi'iu'liiii nt > pint planted on the
i'n1.1 branch ol llaley Creek about V mllti
In.in the lurk., markoil "C McNInbotli,' nouth-
wont enrner lion," thence So chain, north,
tht'ini- HUehalim cant, thence ROchalnaanuth,
thence Wl I'tialiia went to elaeeol lommence-
itiiiii, itiiiiHiiiiiiK ii.!! aorea more or leaa,
liHieil luth liecembcr. Iim7.
•i. i'iiiim...iii-liiK at a poat (ilanted i\i mtlea
Up Canyon lireek on woat aide market! "(j. Mo-
Meliitlla' auuth-pvat comer poat" thence ]«u
chalna caat, thence hi chain, north, thence mil
ohalna weal, tlienoo .n chaina aouth lo place of
etiirmenccmenl, conialulnji ti.u acrua more or
leaa.   Located December 17th, I0UT.
OIIAKL   H UOHlCHOLLS,
Hate I ice. wi h. 1U07. aat dec M
Monday. Jan. 18th.—" Bonnie   Brier
Bush" Company at opera house,

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