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 P       JAN 17 1908
flbk for Halcyon LITHIA WATER
For family use there is nothing so
wholesome
CYON LITHIA
and so pure
WATER.
I IT'S BOTTLED  AT   THE
Provincial Library
The MaU-Hepal
Vol. 13.-No 105
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. JANUARY 15, 1908
-•--- —      ■     ■ i
Preserved Fruits!*
well to  secure one particular   Brand,
WAGSTAFFE'S.
;„ Glass lars and are as near
They are put up in Glass ja
to HOME-MADE as Preserves could be.
■      are a few of the different kinds:
The following aie a lew o
w.os«r«'s rsssssw. JJ-J^
STRAWBERRIES
C00SEBERRIES
We also have Jellies in the same Brand
such as Black Currant, Red Currant and Crab
Apple Jelly. Now, whether you intend ffurchas-
ing or not, you should not fail to see these Fruits
as they are very tempting and worth anybody's
: the perfection that can be obtained.
ii
ii
while to see i
MUNICIPAL
ELECTIONS
Names of Candidates Nominated for Mayor, Aldermen
and School Trustees - Contests in Every Ward.
The municipal elections of 11108
promise to be of considerable interest,
there being keen competition for the
mayoralty as well as lor aldermen in
each ward. Tbe following candidates
were nominated on Monday lost:
FOR  MAYOR.
C. F. Lindmark, proposed by J. M.
Doyle anil W Cowan, and second.d
by A. Cowie and G. M. Chirk.
Ed. Trimble, proposed by U How
.on and Alex. McRae, and seconded
by M. J. Scott and 1). E. Jackson.
R.  Tapping,   proposed   by Stewart
McDonald   aud   seconded   by   F.
Bourne.
FOR ALDERMEN.
Wsrd I.—W. A. Foote, proposed
J. Mathie, and H. Lou^head.
Peter Hooley, propostd by J. Fulton
and J, Gullack. ^^^^^^
J.  J.  Woodland, proposed by R. J
Thompson and F. H. Young.
Ward II.—G. S. McCarter, proposed   &oae
by R. Howson and Guy Barber. Browu
W. M. Lawrence, proposed by C. B. bye
Hume and C. R. McDonald. Foote
R.   H.   Sawyer,   propoBed   by 0. B.   Barber
Paget and F. H. Bourne. Jgg**
Ward III.—J. A. Stone, proposed by   Young
F. B. Wells and H. N, Coursier. bye
H. E. R. Smythe, proposed by Stew-   Dinald
art McDonald and S. McMahon.
J.   Abrahamson,   proposed   by   W.
Cowan and J. M. Kellie. "arber
j   L    .    JacBBon
hu A.   McLWld
Edwards
Biown
bye
Young
Gets Revelstoke Contract
T. F. Sirclair ol this city,  has  just
secured a  large contract  in   connec
tion with  tbe  Bewerage  syBtem   now
being installed by the City  of  Revel-
.toko.   The amount of the work  covered is in the neighborhood ot $50,000
The Revelstoke system  was devised
under the direction of Col. Tracy, and
calls for   the   expenditure   of   nearly
I $100,000.   The electorate Iibb endorsed
I the by law but the  work  will  not  be
started until arrangements have  been
made for the sale of   the debentures.
Col. Tracy is to-day  in Victoria   Be-
cniing the assent ol  tbe government
to the plans for  tho   work—Vancouver Province.
Curling.
Games in the local con peti'lnns
JTart on Monday, /m, games
..;n le nlay.d each night ami as
Inyas' pin* in the afternoon.
Ce-ecut,ve intend to rjrtr-^
,eretothe rules this sea on and a,,
games riot played when, post i  «»1 be
«,Wied       The   following   draw   ha*
irtade   in   the different c-tinpt,-
tions .
CALGARY CUP
p. BU»NS CUP
(TBTSSie^CfrLB
foil tV»ocl» *»•*+**« »»"»  —-«■*---#»T»*#i*i-»t-»
IW.   W.   Lefeaux,   proposed   by A
Pradolini and Stewart McDonald
FOK SCHOOL TRUSTEES.
A. E.  Kiucaid, proposed by A. Me
Rae, W.  M.  Lawrence, J. P. McLen
nan, C. R. McDonald and A. Hobsmi
J.   J.   Porter,   proposed   by   H.N
Coursier and C. R McDonald.
X. W. Bradshaw, proposed by F. H.
Young and W. Bews.
H. N. Coursier, H. Manning and F
H. Bourne retain office.
Elections take place tomorrow,
Thursday, Jan. loth, 'from 9 a.m. till
7 p.m.
„,_    bye
Sturdy
bye
Brock
Rae
Foote
Donald
Pinkham
Rose
[THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Rate war.—Nelson's Mayor.—
Raisuli Stubborn. — Murder
Mystery.—Thaw Trial.—No
Bail. 1
Montreal, Jan. 15,—The C.P.R
and the Allan lines have entered on a
rate war. j
Nelson, Jan. 15.—S.S.Taylor, K.I
C , has been elected mayor by acclamation.
Paris, Jan. 15.—Raisuli, the Moroccan h'irdit, has j ined Mulai Halai
and re lusts to give up Kind Harry
McLean, except at tbe command o{
his new leader.
KllOWNA, Jan. 15—A. E, Clark,
arrested here last winter on suspicii n
of beiiq connected with the Zimmer
man murder, is in custody here, bav
ing on hie own confession robbed
i.a'vson.s store and the Lakeview
ho el a few weeks ago
New York, Jan. 15.—Littleton's
speech promising new evidence in tbe
Thaw case created intense interest.
Jerome was evidently taken by sur
prise. Littleton claims he will prove
Thaw was undoubtedly insane when
he killed White.
San Francisdo, Jan. 15.—Bail has
been refused to Schmitz.
Walla Walla, Jan. 15.—Twelve
hours alter be had safely passed the
crisis after a desperate battle with
pneumonia, Benjamin Harrison Kelly,
aged 16, was left to burn death at a
tire that destroyed bis father's home
here.
FEARFUL  HOLOCAUST
Hundreds Burned Alive   and
Trampled to Death
\mW
•jpr
$2.50 Per Year
What We Sell
WE SELL THE BEST
New Stock arriving daily
to fill in depletions caused
by our heavy Xmas trade.
Bourne
GROCERIES       HARDWARE
Bros.
STOVES
PLUMBING
tm    ■—■■--
HARDWARE
The dependant sort that
is worth buying. Pails,
Shovels, Coal Scuttles and
everything for the kitchen.
All the newest and most '
durable Ironware, Pottery
and Tinware. We have all
sorts of tools and a fine line
of cutiery.
«
I®
m
tr
FUEL
89.00 per ton  Is the cheapest
HARD COAL BRIQUETTES at
Coal on the market. ^^^r^^^»»»^.^-^^_
They start fli-e as easily as dry wood and last as long as hard coal.
Can be used in Furnaces, Cook Stoves, Heaters,  Belt Feeders and
open grates.,
We have a large stock on hand ready for immediate delivery and
wHl.SU your order promptly.
v    _
PRE-ELECTION MEETING
R.Tapping makes Pointed State
ment—The Point Argued
J
!
I
EQUITABLE CUP
!
!
..Sale Price $1 2o
.. Sale Pi ice $1 lo
.. Sale Price SI 90
. .Sale Price 'W0
.... Sale Price 80c
....Sale Pi ice 80°
Sale Price eac
'.'...Sale Price $180
....Sale Price     25o
...Sale Price     3"c
.Sale Price     ^
GOqD_BUYS
A Street  50 x 100 feet.     —* 55°
„.. • - Raiding Plot, Second Street, ou x _*)1400
^su-riS',."-*-.  • --
Per Acre ..
8,bBALD   AND   F|EL?OANS
O 1 •» ■**            NoTARIES PUBLIC
INSURANCE " 	
Donald
Barber
Jackson
Edwards
Brown
Rose
Pinkham
Sturdy
mom—in* . -  Rne
bye
A pre-election meeting, attended by  Young
a   number of  citizens was held last   Brock
night in the opera house, R. Tapping  Foote
having offered tbe  hall to the public  ., _     \e,
,     , . u .u     i        i McDonald
for the purpose of bearing the views of hye
tbe candidates for the civic elections.
W. J. Law took tbe chair. Ed. Trimble, C. F. Lindmark and R. Tapping,
the three aspirants for the mayoralty
being on the platform.
Mr. Trimble said that he did not
intend making any platform speech
but was there to answer questions.
R. Tapping in a lengthy address
accused Mr. Trimble of not working
for the city interests, and of being
incapable   of   governing  the city and
looking after its  progress, at the Bame      .      ,    .     .
• * . . ,  not only by  her   suriu«...B  —
time   avowing   his   own intentions ol       . ,     ,,    .... .      .,    ...       . .     Snrimra hsuuu.. ..
'   *     .       .,    ,       , and family, but by all with   whom she  springs oaturuB* ........
devoting all bis time if elected mayor, came (jj CO(Uaot farmers,   David   Tole    and    Samuel
to tbe work of furthering the develop-      ^ il|termenl took p,ftCe on  8u„. Crouch, and  the batter's 26-year old
ment of the city  and benefitting the ^ ^  mh  ^^ ftt U)e Trout a»UKhter, were crossing   the   tracks
«^ Mr. Lind-   Uke cenietery -■■>■»-. .!.« Pere Marquette.accotiimoda-
A catastrophe terrifying  in  ite re
suits and sickening in  its details on
Monday night swept nearly one  hundred souls into  eternity  and  injured
fatally over three score.   This awful
holocaust occurred in  Rhodes'  Opera
House, Bayerton, Pa., and was caused
by the explosion ol a gas tank of  a
moving picture machine.   In tbe first
panic oil lamps were overturned and
the building was soon  in a   mass   of
llames and over 700 people were  seen
struggling  for   freedom.     Scores   of
women and children  were  burned  to
death.   Numbers ol people in leaping
from the galleries sustained  fractured
limbs and skulls.   The fire apparatus
was inadequate  and  the  unfortunate
wretches were overcome by smoke and
11 .me before assistance Cn me.   Pandemonium reigned,   and   iu   the   mad
scramble for  exits   the   weaker   ones
were brushed  aside   into   the  tin hub
and left  to   perish.    Estimates  place
the number killed at from  125 to 100.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
» OLSONS   SANK    IUU.DINO.
Cent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
TWO ARE KILLED
I Obituary
Seldom   does  death    cast   such
gloom   over   a    community   as  that
which   occurred   at  Trout   Lake on
Friday,  January  10th, when   tbe  he
loved wife of  Hugh  Mcl'hcreon  was
called home. ~
Coming into the Lardeau in 1806, And Another Dying as Result
both  M,. and  Mrs    MePberson  have f  ^    ...     . „„ Railway,        ,
been closely  identified  with  its pro- '
gress and her loss will be keenly felt St. Thomas, Out., Jan 14—A shock-
not only by her sorrowing husband crossing fatality occurred at Cedar
and family, but by all with whom she Springs Saturday niyht. Two elderly
came in contact farmers,   David   m-1-
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Brauctte* iu the 1'r.t • .neos ol  Manitoba. Allwrta, Hast jtcliews.ii
Britub Columbia, Ontario, Qeebee,
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up       ^^^^
Reserve Fund
D. R. Wilkik, President ; Hon
-^,_     010,000,000.00
-    •e.Mo.ooo.o©
•4,660,000.00
R. Jaftbat, Vice-President.
daughter,  were ».»>....„
when tbe Pere Marquetteacuommoda
tion dashed  into  the  democrat.    All
three were  thrown  about  a  hundred
feet.   Crouch and his  daughter   weie
killed instantly, Crouch being scalped
aud   mangled, while  the girl's   neck
was broken.  Tole was severely injured
and no hopes entertained   for  his  recovery
' 'o'clock   this   morning,   the    brigade
tuSng out in quick time      The call
lo.me.om  Joe Morgan's barber shop
o„ First street.     The alarm was firrt
Cei,   hy   J.   H.   Jones who noticed
moke   pouring from   **™l«   ***
building and he immedutely mode an
l.ntrancetotbe.hopandgotw.terW
|-ork till the brigade arrived. The fire
^orred in the rear of the .to-, and
,„ evidently caused by hot ashes or
coals UUing from the h.th heather, or
51 from the heater itself, .gn.l.ng
the partition and .prcadingalong.be
floor    The brigade quickly extinguish
L tlle   llame.   and   prevented   what
might have been  a very  serious blase
L that section ol  tbe street where th.
| building. »« so close together.
people.     He   also  accused Mr. Lind
mark    olj  employing   Asiatic   labor  ^_
at   his   sawmill,   and   ol     keeping     -       _     .    , - .    a,,
up the price ol lumber and reducing     ,W0 reel 0I S>n0W '" "«»"»
wages also ol  not sufficiently  recog-      Ottawa, Jan. 14.—A heavy bli-.zard
niiing the good work done by the Fire  raged here   all   yesterday  and nearly
Brigade   when   the  Big   Eddy   mill  two feet ol snow has (alien.     It is not
was de'troyed.     He pointedly  asked  very cold.    The electric  railways and
Mr. Lindmard as to whether it  would civic   plows   worked   uninterruptedly
be legal lor him (Lindmark) il ebcted  and   kept  trallic   open.     Trains are
mayor to supply l he oity with lumber sumewhat delayed.
Ir m his mill ~ """        ~~~
Mr Lindmark  answered  the qnes- BaSKet Ball lO-Nlflht
..,...,. return brought uowu __
t.on.,his explanations to Ins cross One of the bard league game, is on Commons yesterday tbe total cost of
examination, evidently satisfying hi |or to-night between the C.P.R. and lh(J K , ,llillt up t0 N„v 30, ...
audience. In a brief address be said u.e Gym. teams. Those who are in- tm „53. U is estimated that a fur-
the management ol the city must be lCre'ted in vigorous Iteen sport should tnM ,Um oH94,000 will be required to
esrried on in a different way  and on  tftkethi,in.   The new  gallery  is an ,eW Uw e.tablisbmeit, making
brc*l lines, urging reduction of taxes  ilU,al pllice ,or onlookers. it De»riy , lia„  million do-.,„„.   The
and revision of the assessment.  ->  . L1. . . ,
'   that   he  didn't ••• 01 r.
quarterly-
iuarlery       -    -.I.Tc-H T.JalTray,Manager
Revelstoke Branch, B. C"      ,,,,,," ...in,|yiHiUjIW
The Royal Mint
i-„    15— According   to
return b.ought total OOlt 0
NEW LAW FIRM
h2TlS aoS  and   would run ^WA^^a^'l.n. 15th,  atLini(,n.     The  p.»
Soncleln, untrammeled by   cor- tonight  (Wednesday.) ^^   .j.^ ^^ mftde., the
poration or clique.
LADIES AND GE^LEMKN
lDt„eir desperate efforU to alienau
I  the »upp' ll * eipevv
t,,er .u... - •- ^ milking , from me some o barri8lerB   is   announceu.    -
complete the tajg The  tron, you to Ui morrow * ifcjU rf  ^ y A  H
"Toltlte^bSb^t^ o.   Sranbrook,   Mr. O.S 1
^,      nointmenu have bee.i made by | made conflicting^ ^   ^ MO lh,l ^^ of ^Mo*, and Mr. F.
A"   *}'V        ,   I     ...H.nritieS.
Prominent Interior Barrister
Form Partnership
Anew law firm that embrace. I
partnership ol prominent interior arJ
local   barrister,   is  announced.   T|
No gold
n the Do-
League   on   one
ienVUte^Bt.ontbrother,a.tothe|T;'LUca.,  ol   Vancouver,   who h,
hotel interest, on «M     ^ .f ^^ j ^^ ^ ^	
n.rne ol Harvey,  McCarter A Lt
,    lfyouarc,theque.tio..ofco.ti»
L  doubt  an important consider- |
Ltion.   Design next.
)r»tion or clique. the  reque.ted
The meeting wa. interesting in the r q
..lureZ the   que.tion. argued^over I ■
did little to convince the public.
,...— , ,T   Lucas,  o.    isuw-'-t
   -- , ,    ,   t0   ,dopt il elected. ,,0'rmed a partnership under the nl
DIP.. •»! £h^lT^£VoW-W copper and  policy   1   *«££" I.m Ire. and \^me ol Harvey,  McCarter 4  Lu«
|»v.) Jan.  15th,  at  minion.    The  pio. Permit me to assure yo
Jas. Mathie, C. 0.
"$f56o^
CALL AT
J'G-
BARBER'S!
1EWELER
venimtly located, eight rooms, all
mod rn improvement*. 1(1,000 down
will har.dle lor quick sale. Revelstoke <h inral Agencies, Ltd
rMl«tlonol||OuteiM«l
Thomas'whit.   I^"^^^
.(teciive   liniment   on   the m.rKet _____^	
Bews'drug .tore. Our lonely .uit sale i. now on, blue
We .re offering lor tbi. mo»A 0»lj JJgJJ unio    ^de suits-    Price
^ggSiSSiSSr       l»10'   Crewman* Mormon.
-r.1 niiu'i""  promise,   and
«    i.ml   lor   Canada  during the  unhampered   n work
in   England   lor   ^■ It i,  pledge mysell, if   retur
PMttTdyCtb'atW"rTci;nent year  lor the « »U«U «' >
USS^SST      I     CHARLES F. LINDMARK.
bottle,
■pjP^P^^^^^^M I serves   ana   ■	
Small, odd  lots of  wull  paper very i agents for that brand -C
•heap at C. B. Hume A C"-. [Ou.
to carry on a general legal practl
The new firm will lor the pn
occupy as their Vancouver offices
premises used by Mr. F. G. T. LuJ
in tbe Old Sale block, Hasting, .trl
Mr. Harvev and Mr. McCarter '
continue to maintain tbeii con.
^^^—^_Mi   *■'   ■■ tion "'th tbe firm ol Harvey, Met
Read   our   ad.   on WngstafTe's pre- Iter A Macdooald, ol Cranbrook, Bl
serve,   and   remember     v.e   are   sole  and   Harvey. McCarter * l'inkbarj
-   - u_„h_c    B. Hume A   Revelstoke,  in   addition   to  the
p.ituersbip (orni.il in Vancouver. THE MAIL HEftALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Gbe flDaiUlberalb.
PL'BUSHKK  WEDNESDAY AND 8ATUU
DAY AT
'HIVILSTOKE, B.C.,'
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc
OTTAWA
iiess have firmness, integrity and
ability to perform their duties without fear or favor to or from any party
or clique in the city. The ullice
should seek the man, not the man the
office, and the new council when
elected must be prepared to face u
difficult year and fulfill the trust imposed upon them by the electors.
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mtjbphy.
Hakolu Fisher
G
1ILLAN A ELLIOTT.
Harrisien.) Solicitors, Etc.
alVBLSTOa on TROUT LAKE, It. O.
C. E. QtLUUt. J   0, ELLIOTT.
H
AHVEY, MoOAETER
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
OrricEs :   Im kriai.   Hank   Hlock,   Hkvkl-
•btokk, B, 0*
Money '., loan.
OfBoen: HeTolsloke, B.C.;
Oso. S. McCartrh,
A.  M     l'l.NKHAat,
Hevelstoko, B. C.
Cranbrook, It. 0,
J. A. Hakvky,
Cranbrook, B, C.
]. M. Bcott l.L.U
fiCOTT   AND
W, I. HriKKi.
BRIGG8
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.;
Money to Loan
SOLICITORS FUR MOLSONS BANK
First Street. Kevelstoke, B.C
TA8. A. McFARLANE
A88AYER * CHEMIST
Assay   olellOtes.   Samples by msil or express
receive prompt attention.
Terms Moderate.
ADBStsa      -      -     -      Box 182 Kislo, B. C
-pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue.
Box 106, Revelstoke.
MISS M. E. CRE10HTON
TEACHER OF PIANO, VOCAL
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, ETC.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
STUDIO-At   Mrs.   J.   C.    Hutchison's   Con-
nangh. Avenne.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
KEEP IT MOVING.
Keep   the   dollar   at work!
country's strength when he
dollar work. It is useless when
hoarded. It is so much strength
withdrawn from the body politic. The
working dollar is the only one that
ha» value. When it is iu the b.uik it
works, and gives rise to more work.
When it is hoarded it is idle and has
only the value of wiiBtc paper or metal
scrap.    Keep it working!
MAIL ORDER   HOUSE FRAUD.
Police   Receive    Many   Complaints as to Methods.
Winnipeg,  Jan.   14,—Information
i.as been sworn out agaiiiBt G. M.
Samuels, manager of the North West-
ru Supply House. Winnipeg, stating
hat sums ot money have been mis-
.ppropriated from customers dealing
•vith the company. Tiiia oompany
mis been doing a mail order business
in the   city   for  some time and many
Every
man   with   a   dollar   contributes   so
much to his   own   security   and   the
he lets his complaints have been made agtiinst
the nature of the business carried on.
It is said Unit the victims are numerous, aud sensational developments art-
likely to take place. The firm has
lately changed its name and is now
known, according to a circular, as the
British American Manufacturing Co.
although its cheques have been dis
honored. It is believed that ninny
cities in the west have suflcred from
this concern.
Financial.
Limited,
Mining, Real Estate, Business, Financial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents.
Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Agents.
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled en Mines, L*nd and Timber.
REVELSTOKE,
B.  C.
The Columbia   Agencies
report:
Reports from all quarters indicate
an easing of tho money situation,
advance in Btable stocks, and good
investment demand with the opening
of the Now Year. The new issue of C.
P.R. stock amounting to $28,000,000
had a splendid effect on the market.
Locally the mining situation is improving. The Eva is about to resume
active operations on a large scale, as it
is understood the company has secured more capital. Owing to an accident to the Hume the Silver Cup had
to reduce its lorce but will soon be
putting on more men. The syndicate
who took up the True Fissure, St.
Elmo and Blue Bell at Ferguson have
made another payment on their bond
and are getting into good financial
shape. They intend resuming work
next month. A large deal is under
negotiation for a property on Arrow
Lake, and if it goes through it will
serve to bring into this district one of
tbe world's largest mining corporations, and open up a new feature of
mineral development.
In New York the currency premium has disappeared and call rates are
again normal.
Money is much easier in Winnipeg
and Vancouver, where a oonsiderable
amount of British capital has appeared for investment.
C.P.R. earnings lor 1907 are eight
millions better than lor 1006.
Black
Watch
Chawing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
1288
Cbe flfeafMberalfc
There Ll **o much bad in the bast of at,
Aad **<> much good in ths wont of us,
That it hardly behoove.- any of us.
To talk -tbuut the rest uf us.
LIGHT LUMBER CUT
Vancouver, Jan. 14.—Three hundred and seventeen million feet of
lumber waB sold last year by the
coast mills of British Columbia and
178,000,000 feet by the mountain mills,
or an aggregate of 405,065,223 feet for
the entire province. This is a heavy
falling otT from 1906. These figures
have been carefully computed by th ise
interested in logging. These figures
are not claimed as exact, but as a very
near approximate of the Bales  for  the
year.
 «,	
St. Leon.
From our own correspondent.
K. Stincher is operating a logging
out tit here this winter on behalf of the
Gibbons Lumber Co.
We understand that Mr, Grady, proprietor of the St. Leon Hotel, intends
having the necessary piping laid between the hotel baths aud the hot
springs during the coming summer.
The presence of tLe valuable mineral
waters here will greatly enhance the
attractiveness of this most charming
spot in the eyes of visitors and tourists, and brings into prominence its
many advantages as a health resort.
R. Muuroe ie preparing for a trapping expedition into the mountains.
C. W. O. VV.
Mountain  View Camp, No. 229.
Meet,  Second and   Fourth  Wodiio daya in
each month, In Selkirk Hall.   Visiting woodmen cordially Invited to anond.
W. II. AltMSTItONU. Con. .,'oin.
J  MclNTVKB, Olerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE No, 482
F. O. E.
Tho regular raeetlugs aro bald in tho Selkirl
Hull every Tuesday evening atooolooa-. Visir
Loa brethren tiro cordially invited.
J.   LESLIE. l'HKSIDKNT.
W. K. McLAUCHLIN.Sbcubtaiu.
Koottnsv Lodeo No. 15 A F, A A.M.
The regular meet ■
lli^,. tire held in tin
Masonic Temple.
Kill Fellows Hiill.ui
the third Monday ii
taob month at
..in. Vlsitliigbretb
.rn   cordially   wal
O. A. I'ltlll'L'NlK.H. Skckktaky.
SELKIRK LODGE. NO   12. I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thursday
ovcnlng in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
VhdtiuK brothrou oor
dially invited to at
lend
J. MAI HIE, Sue
KMIIivK. N.ll.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of  P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MEETS EVERY WKDNKSIIAV,
exospt Third Wednesday ol
each uittnili, in the Oddfellows'
Hall at 8 o'clock, VifltluK
Knights are oordlally invited.
J. MATUIK, ('. 0.
G. H. BROCK, K. of R. AS.
H. A. BROWN, M.
of F
To the Revelstoke Public
We solicit your patronage
to Revelstoke's FIRST
WHITE LAUNDRY.
Good work and satisfaction guaranteed.
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Crocer
Restauran* and Furnished RuuniB
Meals from 25c. Up.
Second Street, - East End
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
NEW MANAGEMENT
Meals at  all Hours
Everything Up-to-Date
Stewart McDonald, - Mgp
GEMS and JEWELRY
Our jewelry rep resents the most
inliatic expression of the goldsmith's
craft, each article an entirely new
creation, fashionable to tbe hipchest
degree, that will appeal to your
interest tho moment you view il. Our
diamonds come direct from the cutters and are sold to vou nt pleasing
prices for gems of such quality and
beauty. Pleased to have you see them
at any time.
Climax Restaurant
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J. HARRIS, Mulder.
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
HUTCHISON, Prop.
J. 0.
WANTED
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY  15, 1908
A TIMELY WARNING.
The final scene in the civic contest
drama will take place tomorrow and
the new adminiitration will assume
their lean and, we hope, fulfill their
promises made to the elector.. What
ever the outcome of the polling may
be, the results lie wholly and solely in
tbs people's hands and it ie up to the
ratepayer) to fay. by their ballots,
lhat Revelstoke it to have a city council worthy of its importance and capable of dealing with the serious
problem! which now and in the cou-se
of the year will confront them. The
new council Bhould be tirm in their
deciiions and not give way to every
little request that it presented to
them, »nd the electors should have
sufficient confidence in their representatives Uj know that if the request
was not grimed, it was thought U> be
for tbe best. Our city is growing and
such being the case the council
should rue t't the occasion, act up to
their otlice, and carry out municipal
improvements in a manner consistent
with the city's requirements, at the
same time having a view to economy
and important treatment of the city's
divisions. (loud municipal government is Important and should be
studied more closely in view of the
fact that it effects in every way our
welfare as citizens, in other words the
community a§ a whole which is striving to develop Revelstoke. We hope
that the new council will apply itsell
energetically and with business ability
to the problem of putting civic finances on a sound basis. Municipal bylaws most be strictly enforced and the
question of judicious, as well as easy
taxation, thrashed out. Every man
elected to the council must Ik; prepared to give to the city a good, clean
government and to obtain this the
•lectors must endeavor to apiKiint
men whose qualification! as councillors and   saleguarders of   public bull'
Wolf Bounty Doubled.
The bounty upon panthers and
wolves has been increased by the provincial government from  $7.50 to f 15.
The action has licen taken after the
provincial government has investigated the representations made to
them by the sporting interests of
Vancouver island and the mainland,
asking that such action should be
adopted in order to protect yuurg
deer aud young grouse from the depredations ol these animals.
Upon the mainland the same condi
tions exist though there it is aggravated by the presence of coyotes. The
bounty upon the latter is $2.60 a bead,
The latter were not known in British
Columbia until the overland route to
Cariboo was established, when they
trailed the different parties, feeding
upon dead animals and camp offal.
They have grown with the years ar.d
multiplied until they constitute a real
foe to the game.
The provincial government believes
that with the increased bounty hunters will go after the panthers and
wolves especially, The skins generally
are worth Irom $3 to $5 and with the
bounty bunting them should le
profitable.
Pingston Creek.
Krom Our Own     orrnsuondent.
A. M. rSymouds is preparing 10 ■"
out a smart little tug boat lor lake
service.
Une of the most   promising prop' hi
WANTED TO LET—Five-roomed
house east of city, rent $8 per
month untuinlsbed or $12 per month
furnished—Columbia Agencies, Lid*
WANTED TO LET—Eight-ro d
house on McKenzie Ave., rent
$20 per month. Apply to Columbia
Agencies Limited, next C P.R. Telegraph Office.
■ YeRVANT WANT ED-A general
^ servant wanted in a small futnilv
wages $2D. Apply to Mail Hkh.w.h
office, l'tt
THE MONEY  SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind—
made in Vaucouver—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
wasbingarecasy with its help.
And tbe  money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Roval Crown Wrappers. Send
lor it—Fret—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AUD F13E B.1CXS
for sale in large or small quantities
ut tho lowest prices for cosh.
All kinds of building aud plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
lOvelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I,  H. K. Reamy. of  Poplar
('reck, B, C. occupation Prospector, Intends io
apply   for  a  special licence  to cut and carry
away   timber tnr    "'      ' "  "" :""    '     '    s
laud:
timber  from  the   following   described
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
Art and Beauty M^S^
are combined in our new designs in carpets. Our slock is
complete, nnd the colors rich
and effective, the designs artistic nnd the "tout ensemble"
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such it wide
variety of patterns, and we
have never placed such low
prices upon so much high
quality before.
R. HOWSOM  fr CO.'Y.
. "***i-*- —-*"
•#►  •*► «-?*• ,*is»*...**T
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, 1850.
HEAD OFFICE, • - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Macphkrron, Pres. S. H. EwiNO,.Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, General Manager.
Capital 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
Hank deposits, until further notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Revelptoke, B. C.
.MUST CLASS   DRESSMAKING.
Brock
Street, by Miss C
F
i*ei
Lbiholh
I'p-strtits   over   (».   H.    Brock'n
residence, Fourth
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class Clover and Timothy Hay for sale. Also a
kinds of Garden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
From  Street,     Revelstoke
TO LET Room or room and board
for one or two gentlemen. All conveniences, telephone, etc. Apply to
Mail-Herald office.
rTTANTED   Men   ind   Women   lo
\V     learn barber trade, wages eari -
eil   while  learning,    catalogue    free.
Write MolerBaiber College, 306 Oar-
rall St., Vanceuver, B, O.
W\N l'l'.li      1 in --in i. mi   ' y   tin-
day,   by  a       n petei I   I >: ess-
Apply to P._(.)
-at ,1.-1   7
iaker from tl e E i
Httx till.
rTTANTED KNOWN    Y   .     u   gel
>\     i ns ■ t   he '■■■-'       ips ' t,t
.. i ity bouse pr ipei ty fnim  u».
houses ti .1 WO ft- fion  •<   I    Main Si
ill foi 12,600 nf whirl        y $109
i- i. nun .-tl ind balance    u   * "to.no
 riii.ttf'      A i :
\.   ■       -. Liiu led,
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
si i mow .it JIM sa.M, Props.
Open Day and
Night
Special attention  Riven to
Supper  Parties A* banquets i
Meals, :1c. Meal Tickets, $5.50
i-KT    THK   MA HIT
OPPOSITE   V.   M.   (.   A.
1. Commencing at a post planted about 200
feet on the north Hide of Poplar Creek, marked
"li. K. Eteamy'B north*east con.or post." adjoining the weat boundary of Timber Limit No.
1141)2, about ono mllowestof tbo first south
fork of Poplar Creek, thenoe west 80 chains,
thenoe south 80 chains, thence east 80 oh&lns,
thence north 80 chains to point of commencement, containing BiOapres more or less.
•J. Commencing at a post planted about 200
feet on the north side of Poplar Creek, marked
"H. K. Kearny's south-cast corner post," adjoining tho west boundary of Timber Limit No
11402, about one mile west of tho lirst south
fork or Poplar Creek, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
theuce south 80 chains to point of commence
ment, containing 610 acres more or less.
3. Commencing «■• a Iuml planted on tho east
bank of the second south fork of Poplar Creek,
about one mile up markod. "B. F. Reamy's
north-east corner post," thence west 10 chains,
thence south 160 chains, thenoe cast 40 chains,
thence north 160 chains to point of commencement, containing 640 acre-; more or less.
1 Commencing at a post planted about 4i»
miles westerly from the first south fork of Poplar Crook, marked ''B, F, Reamy'g north-west
corner post," thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thenco west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or less.
5, Cummni.'iiiK at a post planted about 4l»
miles westerly from the lirst south fork of Poplar Creek, marked "B. F. Heamy's north-east
corner post." thence west 40 chains, thence
f-outh 160 chains, thence cost 40 chainc, thenco
north 160 chains to point of commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less
6. Commencing at a post planted about live
miles westerly from the lirst south fork of Pop-
lur Creek, marked "B. K, Beamy's south-west
corner pout." thence east 160 chains, thence
north tOchiiiuri, theuce west 100 chains, thence
BOUth iOchaina to point of commencement, containing 0|o aores more or less.
Located 17th December, 1907.
wed jau 15 B   K.  HKAMV, locator.
i ■ .        ' ■
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
D raying
Storage
tiom for aome pariy with imall eapit- All Kinds of Light   and   H avy
», is t,, i* had wiih.n,. -mail di-.tr.noe Hauling Undertaken
of thin placo. It consist", of upward*, j
ol 40 acrwi of eboice (nut laud ind
ticellt.nl limestone quarry, in oloie
proximity to the Arrow l-alc. This
quarry has been worked to advantage
the necesnary huilditiKs aud kiln for
its lUCOOMfu] operation still atamliiiK.
R. Sanderson of St. Leon, has thin
property for disposal.
Muter   If.  Gibbon-, wbo hu been  Raw Purs Bought
■pending tbe Christmas vacation here (Ja.sh   PriC68   Paid
bu returned to Ins  home in Revel*
•toko. F.   B.   WELLS,
-UK-    PIANOS   ETC
Dea     in vVot.il,  Coal ai d Fei d
Plume 71. Hoom Phone
To Trappers
FEED FOR SALE
I    have   choice
upland prairie hay
and   I itnuthy, also
wheal    -iii'l
feed • ' offer in t -tr
bad lots,
I )■ ivi p-il prii ■•.
'ivi-i,  nn  n ii ie .i.
ADDRESS
D. C.  HOFFMAN
CALQARY,   A It a.
NOTICE
k*V-*/%^tk*»^**k*V*V-ve>**-«^^
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON,  - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons Etc., John
Deere Ploughs, Moline Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggies, Pli'uet jr., Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheelwright and Blacksmith Work attended to. Horse Shoeing a
# Specialty?
Central Hotel
^■n—     REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly buil .      Firet-claBB in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Speci I Weekly Ratea.
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     STOISTE     PROP.
UNothlnK better than Our "Sneoinl
Exporter of Purs
Er
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i^T^i;
1
ItHB
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n'4
m
^
J
t yfojljifl
sL.
Something Besides Turkey
for Christmas
I it'lithed by everyone Man
ning's line confections. Whether
served al your table, or eaten us
.vino tuny dictate*., (hey are al
vvaj . moat ilnll(Hou*i nnd "i ur
piiNHini! flavor,   Pure, wholranine
iitnl nutritious, they me liiatellleu
in their Hiip.tiioi'li.y.
Mannings Candy Mm
NOTICE
,■,       • .v.  [Md .••-'■
,-:■.■.'
. .'.- thai I '
Dodrow -if Poplar
i,   !'; ',- ;.• - >/ir    inl.-H'l    lo  Apply
for ■ -:i* ■ ■-*■ ■"■• ',•<•"»'''it tfi'l <:arry nwity lint
,.   !.<■ fotWvwfof described land-
Cofnmsnelng   -it a po*t  pjoilted *ho t| | ut  a
i*l|i    ,, - ii.i,,    from   the 'tl rnll**   board fill lh«
-..■!   ..i|"if.ir.t< Timber Unril  II****'
on ■■/.■■■'  bonMai*]   ind   Iii   -otith hotjhdnrjr of
Timber  Limit   -- I  "I    O  rVoodrow's
■ i,< nt >■ WM\ '*> rlinlfiH,
, , ..i,   -     .    -   t i,.tn, ihencs f.ii"i *i ohalnii,
f.iicn'i noi h   -" i lulu. \a p'-n.i '»f cotnmenoe
tm n   rontfl     ng ':|1' " :,'M-
,. .   |Ojj
■Vnd , in    . tU <>.   WOODfl'l rV   l...alor.
Certified le   of  Improvements
Bin il pi I " 'ii Mm' ■ -i ' li-lm Ituntfl li
ii,. -| r ml i- " lining Olvl it<ni »t Kootonii)
ii irioi    wl "i    Poplar Crepk,
  i i liiu-   ifolm Aibm N<iw
ton I'lirii"., "i ■ "ii NO i !"■ Minor's' srtl
il ni> Nu plKHKI n ,nti ii 1, nUl) -I ■> i from dit
lisrnof to apylj  io Lfio Mmntg Itui-ordsr for
i ni. rtoalu "' f»iiprovcm«nii   rn  purl i "
ohlAliilngnCi iwiiOmntof ihiislKivoelwrn-
Ami   niflhi i   utko  notlfli thai   i Hon. umlfl
-.■I 11.,ii   '■,     «t   hn  coninioii ■ i  hofora tht
linuaure uf   in h ' orHflcali' •■* ImurovomtnU.
Dflled iin> U ii '!>*) ui J■«• "'.i.v. A l>. IBM,
wutljunb Ui J. A, ft I'ALM.K*'.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice that 1. B, V, Beamy of Poplar,
]].C, occupation Prospoctor, intend to apply for
ii speolal flconoo to out and carry away timber
from the following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post planted on the
west bunk of Musty Creek, marked "B K.
Kearny's hu h-eaet corner post," about:» miles
southerly from the Lurdorivur, bciwouH Hapid
Creek and Tenderfoot Creek, adjoining Timber
Limit 11259 running west, thence went lttii
eliititiH, thence north 10 chains, thence east l(Ki
rbains, thenoe south in chains to point of commencement, oont tilling ttiu aoros more or less,
2. i 'oinin<:iieing at a post planted on I he west
bank of Rusty Ureek. marked "B. F* Heamy's
north eutit corner oust," ahout J mile*-, southerly
from Ihe Undo ri\t-r between Kupid Creek and
Tenderfoot Creek, thenco wont 160 chain-,
thenoe south *o eluiin*., I hence cast MJ0 chains,
[heme north 4i) obalus to point of comrneiKe-
iiii'tii, containing OlOaorcs more? or less.
,{. Commencing at a prist planted on the
WOSt lank of Rusty ('reek, marked "B. K.
Keamy's north*West corner post," about 3 miles
•outherly from the Lardo river, between Bapid
Creek ami Tenderfoot Creek, thonoo out 80
bains,thence south nn ehalnsi theuce wost no
bains, Lbonce north 80 ohalns to point of coin
menoetnont, eontalnlnv Oio aoreo mora orlotM.
Looatod loth December, i»»7.
id jau Ift H. K. RKAMV, l*ocator-
NOTICE.
Iti-.i'lsluke IjoiiI lil-lriut.
JiiKlilfi ol Weel KiiiiU'iiHV.
'lt.it, tiiitii'i-Hitit. we, 0, Q Wiit^lwiiril iintl II.
y  in ij.'tf l'i,|iiiu  Crook. U.O„ oeoupatlnn
l'it«|,i..ii,r-.   iiiliiiil  In ti|i|il)'  fur  ii  llilll lilt li
,,,,, i- t,i, ,ii itmi carry away Umber from Un
lollowlnii 'it— ni'<"i laMM
i.  rrtiiiiiii'iii'iiiK'.i ■ iif-ii iiisniiil on the r/efl
.link "I \'»\,i\t i nek iilitnil .i utility ti|i. murk
. ,|     r   ti  U,.t,,|it,w ii,ill   It  K. II, .tun) * st, tilli
out oornor post? runnlni *Joni n K Rorolli
north  i, uoilitry   nf   Nn.   I TIliiTitu I.linll 11188,
. I,,,,,,.   mMl  Hn niiiiiiiH. iiifitfi. niirtltmi otialn*.,
i l,..||l •' ttS.I   Sit t'hlllllS, tllltlllttl   '..till. HO I'lllllllH in
1,'tin!   t,|  .f,iii,ii,iiit.|lii'lil.  ftftlltiiliilliK 1140 iutim
.,i loos
.'. I oiniii'-ii'liiK 'it <i int.! liltinUjit on Llif
«t »i Ittoik of Poplar iifi'k. iilwnt (H mill's up.
innrki'i "f. 'I Woodrow end II, r. Boanurs
i.iiiih t-s-t. t'triii'i  poat,  tlti'iit't' won99enafni
tlttliK II. I Itiotll- Nu. 'JTIinlml l.iitiil l.'l''.'
,,,lh l^iitiitltir). thonoo stitllh Ml tltnllis. ttlOPOO
Boat tOohollio, tl'-ii'i' ii'ntli 90 tliiiiiiH in iinlnl
 Mitiiit i,.fin.ml, rt'iiOiinliiK610imwi's iiiiini'ii
\MUeA i»u. le bar, n«i7.
wod i«n i..       0. •» wo'iiMiow,
II. K. IIKAMY,  l.iwnlors.
NOTICE.
Rovolitoki t.sn'i lUttrlot
lil.lflilnl «i-"l KoolODOV,
Tskf ntll'iit llml I, J   II. V'liltiK.'il COtnlplll,
l,t,i,'l nriiprlHKf, liiO'ii'l   in sppl) In  lint I lilt.'l
t .,!,,,,,,..1 r ..I   Loildl  Ifld Woril  I'T s .pit
..si llmtior li.tiif in nil .ml fsrrj. two,
timber Iron loflowlnn dooorlbtd i»n'i»:
I     Ciiiiiiiii'tlflnK »l  s  pool  pl»dled   ninl stl
juiiiiiiK iho ii'triti'ts.i oornor ol i."in« ond
marked "I II Yoanir'i sniiiiii's.i rornor pent,"
mill ■lllislf'l slt'i'll ', lllll" li'irllt its-! "I I'"'
Itt'sil „f llif sun ol Arrnw I 010, tliflif xsil «n
fhaiiio, iiifiifi' in.nil so fiisin., tbone*nutm
nhoins monoo wnih so fhsio. to it'tint a
,,,nt in,tn if.ii  inn i si ii i nn '.i'i .i'i". mew or
/   Oommonoinj  »t • pool planted ond id-
inii.Ink ii... inirili-fii'i nornor ol Lot Ii49end
innrkfii ■ liiviiiiiik s toolh-eut corner,' hu i
.iiiiiiifi iiini'ii i, mite norlh'tul "i the head
ni ii," iirm nt arrow  lake, tnenoa imrtii so
nballli, Hi" «»i so ohalns, iiii'iire smith so
■ Imiin,, tiiim i- wolt iliiotinlii" t-i iinlnl nf ooma
ml infiit, fuiioiltilna MOain-s iiinrn or lesa.
Dated luiiiiiinlii'r Mrdi l»07.
sitjahll J. U. YUf.No.
Queens Jiotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNQ, - - Proprietor
NOTICE
Kevelstoke I juid District.
District of West Kootonay.
Take uotico that I, Alex. Mcltae, pont master,
Kevelstoke, H C., intend, ;•" days after date, to
NOTICE
apply to the Chlci Commissioner of  Lauds and
WorkM for permission to cut aud carry r	
timber from the following du.-rrlbed lauds:
1. Commencing at a poM. planted at the N
W. corner of Hection 17. Township 4'Big Heud
District, marked "Alex. McBaei nortti-west
corner," and covering lands formerly held under
Timber LlefUN Nuli.w. tlienee south HOchatnx,
ihcucceaHL 80 chains, thenco north He cbainit,
thence west d0 chains to (mint of commencement, containing 0*<i acres more or less.
2. Commencing at a post planted at the M,
w, corner of guotiun 20, Township 4, Hig Bend
district, marked "Alex. Mcltae'a mnith-weHt
corner, and covering lands formorly hold under Timber License No 0784, thenoe north 80
chains, theuce east 80 Chains, thence south mi
chains, thence west 80 chains to point of commencement, containing Olu acreH mure or lean.
'A. Commencing at a po-i. planted at thoH.K
corner ol Hoction 10, Townthip I, Big Hend
District, marked "Alex. McKau's south-east
curnei," and covering lands formerly held under
Timber l.iceucu So. o, ,,. thunee uorih ni
chains. thOOOO west 80 chains, theiteu nouih ho
ohalns, thonoo east so chains to point of commencement, containing t»lu acres mure or lest,
4 t oinmcnclng at a post plantod al the M. K.
corner of Hectiou 20, Township 4, Big Bund
Disiriel. imirk'xl "Alex McUao's ■outbuast
ooruer." and covering lauds formerly held un
• l« i 'I uiiIiit l.ieencd No. 0781,, thence north su
irluilUN. theiuHi west mo obains, theuce soulli 60
ehaliiH, thenoe east 80 chains to point of com*
moDOomept, uuntalulug 040 acreH more or less.
.». (Commencing at a poet planted at the N.K.
corner of Hection 18. lownsbip I, Hig Heud
Dmtrlct, marki'd "Alux McBho's nonheusl
.'iiimi, " l.heiiei notiUi HU chains, LllOlioo west ft"
chains. Ihutico north 811 chaiin, Lhuuuo east Mi
■ l,.nn-in point of rommeiioonnml, coiiUilimg
iil» acres mure or luvs.
Datod November I'Jtli, 10o7.
AI.KX. MuKAK,
w<sl dec 4 Per N. T, Kd wards, AgcuL
NOTICE
HmnlHt'.kn l.ioi'l In iliict.
Uistrifl of Wost KiHilonor. ,        _
Takauotleo Unit 1, J. Sauodorsoii. miuer, 00
I,, v iiller  ilalo Inlond Ui applr  to  Ihe thiol
tiimmlutonof of LiiikIs and Works for per-
pilailoD u> pnrohaie u o fulinwliib- ilamiriliad
I iiMiniinniiiKnt a post pliinlml Mcliiilnswest
ul lllni'l llo ninl iiniriiml ''J. Hiniii'liiiHiii .■•
ii.itlli.iiiiHi ournof uusl," lliom-e miiiiIi HU cl,ains
in,,,,, n woit Mobilni, thenco Bonn m ohilui
i hence east au onama In point  ol  coiiiineoce.
iiiiiiil, imi,mmin* H4U acres iniireor less
lliiieil Uct, aii.li, llili. .„.,„ .,
J   BAUrJlUUlBUN,
l'or W. A. Hiniiii'i ilsmii
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Don llaa'ts, Anlmiils. Hints, Fish, ,hn.,
MOUNT KH
Animal   Kii|(s Mi,mil,-.1.
P  O. II,,I 81. , _    ,
Htiullo;   Corner ol Flr.t Ht. and Bojle A.».
Hoveletoke, U. V
Kevelstoke I.ami District.
District of West Kuotoimy.
Take ootice that I, K. M Smythe, merchant
Nl days afUir late luteud Ui apply to the Chief
CiimiiiiusiiiueUof Luutls mid Works for per-
missioo tu purchase the following described
la lulu:
Cnmmenoloi! at a post plauted 40 chains
north of the southest corner uf timber limit
7018 and marked-"H. M. Umythe's north-west
corner post," tTfoiii-e east Wl chains, thence
south HO chains, thenco west 80 chains, t: once
uorih SO chains to potot of commencement,
i oiitaiiiiiiKi'i.1) aores more or less.
llatnil Uct. Until, 11.17,
It. M   SMYTHE,
Per W. A. Smythe, Aiieut.
NOTICE.
Itovelslnke Laud District,
District of West Kieileiiay.
Take notice that 1, W. A. Ilea.,-, Iiicniiotive
llroiiiuii.lU days after dale iuteuil u> iipply to
the I hlef I ommlssiouer of Laud mid Works for
permission to pnrohase the followiiiK descrilwd
lauds:
CommeticltiK at a post planted alaiut , mile
north of the south-east loruor of limner limit
lllll) and marked "W. A. Ileum's soUtb-OIlt
corner post " Ihence mirth all chains, ilienfe
west Ml chains, thence south Wl chains, thenco
MlilOob iius Ui point of ooinineueeuieul, con-
laiuiuK il*'i acres more or less.
Dated Clot. 20th, lkx/7.
,     „,    W. .. 11BAVO,
  l'or W A  Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE
Hovolstoke Until district.
District of West Kmn niiay.
Take notice that w , the Lamti-Wataon Lumber Dnmpauy Limited, of Arlowitead, B. I!,
tii'cupiitiiu, Ltiiniieriiinii. intend to apply for
liermissiuu tu loose the folloediig described
loroshure, being pert of the foreshore of (ialeua
II.->', for logging purpusesl
t oniineuciiig al a oiihi scribed "Lamb-Watsou
/innher 0o," plauted at the ti W. corner of
Lot B4H7, theuce southwesterly following high,
water mark, a distance of nil chains.
Datod this 90th day of October, IU07.
Lamii-Watsiin Lomukii llo, Ltd.,
JonrtOB        ByO. B, N.WIIkle, Agent,
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SINGLE MEALS, 25 CENTS.
A.H. SING,
Mackenzie Avenue.
Proprietor
m> iSi
MAYORALTY, 1908
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REVELSTOKE'
At the request, of ni.my of  tie buci-
 oessnien and other residents of the
Oity, I have consented to have my
'\7'Xf", 'lame placed in nomination (or the
'___    -nice ol Mayor for 1908.
My record as an Alderman shews
oat during my term of ollice I gave
lose attention to the affairs of the
ity and in all cases did what I con
Idered was in the best interests of the
hole City irrespective of Ward iullu-
uces.
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MUNICIPAL
ELECTIONS
C. F. Lindmark Elected Mayor
by Narrow Majority—Record Polling -Close Contest
in Every Ward.
The met interesting and hardest
(ought fight in munioip 1 politics in
the history ol Bevelstoke took place
on Thursday, election day, when l lie
electors polled a record vote ol 57!) (or
mayor.
The city hall presented an animated
scene all day, the candidates and their
workers being ia evidence rustling up
their supporters and reminding stray
electors of their duty and obligations
a- citin'uis. The voters came up well,
and intense suppressed excitement
prevailed towards the close of the
polls. A characteristic feature of tbe
election was the orderly and smooth
mniiner in which all arrangements
were carried out, there being no demonstrations of (riclion or ill-feelirjgi
and a large, good-natured and enthusiastic crowd  gathered  round tbe city    .
.   ,, ,   . -     jo  ,i i„„i,   ,„,,.;, ee that each does his little   part  and
ha 1 between 7 and o  o clock  to await,      ,..,._, .. ' ,
„,     , loes it right or know the  reason why.
the result of the polling.   The election    In rpgard tQ the que8tion  0,  aetter.
has created the extremest interest in,ge, I may say, that when the  by-law
the city and has been the most keenly van voted on and carried  la.*t   Fall,  I
contested ol  any   yet, it being recog- <»k it for granted that  the council
,   .       . ,       .   . ,. i-a8 quite   justified   in   going  ahead
maed that the  mayoral contest would ,.^ 4^ Jrk Re ^ fls ^^
Since the contract has hei-n let,
owever, I find among the   lutepavers
very strong feeling against the
ihenie as it stands at present.
It a majority of the ratepayers wish
Die contests were.0 )mve t)]e wj10|e q„e8tion   re-i pened
for
do
MAYORALTY, 1908.
To the Electors of the  City of
Revelstoke:
; My opponents would, if they could,
'■ad the electors to r.eliove that a man
tho i» i.'i . igi tl ii so e corner grocery
lusin'pt-is t .- iiiil, kind of Imsiness
,iau "in aire i ' look after the affairs
'four grii ng fitj I have yet to
jam that all the Imsiness ability of
lie city is confined to that class of a
nan. 1 can make such nrrangt ments
is will permit ol my devoting such
il my time »s may be necessary to the
tffairs of the city, and my experience
f city atl'.iirs I consider fits me for the
llicc quite as well as any one who has
et appeared in the field.
My view, ns well as the view of
lany other ratepayers, is that if the
layor and aldermen would appoint
apable men to the different civic
dices and hold those persons strictly
"count ible for good results and do
oie their own euergie' to supervising
hat is done and do less interfering
i the carrying on of city   work,   the
ty would profit hy it. We have had
' the past some costly experience re-
ilting from the mayor and al.lermen
■ying to run ntfaira that they knew
othing about and the time Ins come
hen a change should be made in the
,ay ahovo referred to. I propose to do
that I can to surround mvself with
apable aldermen and city nlticials and
North Vancouvep Water Front
Will prove a desirable field for in-
estment,
Values of this property will be determined by the shipping, railroad and
general    development    of   Western
aiiada.
We have secured for quick sale a
few choice properties and will gladly
furnish full particulars.   Call or write.
J. E. ELKINS
JAMES    WOODROWS     OFFICES
McKenzie Avenue,
Certiflcateof Improvements
NOTICE
Fidelity. We Two,  Annie K., Spokane, Nipls-
sing and Booun  Mineral (Maims situate In
the  Trout  Lake Mining; Division of   Went
Kootenay DlwtricL
Where located—At head of Hornefly Creak.
Take notice that I, Clara Grace Wotttfall, administratrix of the Katate of John Woatli-y
Westfall, deceased, Free Miner's ' ertiflcate,
No B w82t*. intend, sixty day« from date In wot
to apply to the Milling Recorder for cert Bleat en
of Improvement*, for the purpose of obtaining
L'rowti Grants of the ab'.ve claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must bo commenced befure the
iAKiianceof such Certificate of Improvement*.
Dated this 2ttt day of October, A. 1», 1907.
fob 4 (LA HA QUACK WKSTFALL.
Certifloate of Improvements
NOTICE
B.S., F.D., J.W„ati(l A.K. Fractional Mineral
('lalniH, "Ilui.i.' In  the Truul Ua« Mini..*,
DIvIhIoo of Heat Kootenay District.
Where lUaOod-At heart of Honwtly Crook.
Take ntttico that I, Krad C. Kllloit, Free Min-
er'a Certificate No 11 8B°«, nctl.iK a« agent for
Clara Oracc Westfall, and the aald Clara Urace
Wcatfall iiitiiiliiit.tn.tria nl tha folate of John
Wesley Weatfall, decaaod. Free Minor's Corti
(li-ate No II 1*188, li.ifiitl. sixty dav> Ir an dale
baroof, to iiiaily to the Minlntf Kecorder for
(lertiflrates of Improvements, for the pnrnoee
of tililaiiilng a Crown (.runt* ol the above
olaloiN
Ami further lake lottos that action, under
lection 17. mint lie common, .tl la-fur,- the iimu-
ant-e of such CertiltfoUi of Ilnprovelnnnla.
I i,.i«d this Mat day of la-Inner, All. 1417.
feb I FHKII. a KLI.III'I'T,
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
St. John SAIlllKlS  Li«rH
, an.   4 Lake Champlain
an. 10 Empress Britain
an. 24
Feb.
Corsican
1      Lake Erie
7 Empress Ireland
an. 10
an. 15
an. 24
First-Class, $55 and up
Second-Class, $40 and np
Third-Class, 27.50 and np
Cheap rates lo Atlantic Seaboard
points in connection with steamship tickets
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg arid
all other continental ports.
For further information apply (o
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A.O.P.A.
Vancouver.
Agent,
Kevelstoke.
he close and warm, and so it proved,
C F. Lindmark securing the election
by a narrow majority of five votes. A
second count was taken but did not
affect   the   isBue
close   in  every ward.      In Ward One„nd a different  scheme  outlined
P. Hooley and J. J. Wood'and tied at;ewering the city, I stand ready ti
105, the returning  officer casting nf11 I can to bring this about  provided
,„    ...    .,     .      _. ,,jit can be done without  inv.tlving  the
favor oi Mr. Woodland.     The   result^.
piw..     .,„,..! , . ...   ..
northwest can be more certainly pre
dieted with the prospect ol a good crop.
The election of officers resulted in
tbe re-election of P. Lund as president,
VV. A. Am tie, secretary, and Otto
Lachmund, vice president. C. F.
Lindmark and F. VV. Hess, of Revelstoke, were present.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two:
Ladies and Gentlemen,—I am
again placing tny name liefore you as
a candidate for the aldermanic board
and therefore offer my services as representative lor Ward Two in the coun
cil of 1U08. II re elected I will endeavor, as in the past, to perform the
duties pertaining to that office to the
best of my abili'y. I would therelore
respectfully solicit your votes and
influence.
Yours faithfully,
R. H. SAWYER.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Three
Ladies and Gentlemen:
In response to the expressed wishes
of a large number of electors of the
city, and oi the influential deputation
of business men who waited on me
with the request that I should allow
my name to go in nomination for the
mayoralty of Revelstoke for the ensuing, I recognise that it is the duty of
every man to respond to the call of
his fellow-citizens if he can thereby
serve the public interest.
I have therefore the honor to advise
you that I am a candidate for the
office of Mayor in th:'coming election,
and request the favor of your support.
If ekcte'.l it shall he my earnest endeavor to bring about a reduction of
taxation, and tu insist on the econoni
ical administration of the civic finances. The taxation at present levied
is a heavy buideil on tli.se who make
their h- incs in Kevelstoke, and the
rate of taxation must be reduced.
I am in favor cf a rc-ailjustliient of
the city assessment, so (hat it shall be
more equitably apportioned, and consequently reduced on improved property. This will mean not only a
saving to bona tide citizens m their
annual tax hill, hut will place the city
in a more favorable financial posi'ion
so that its bind, will command a
higher price than under existing
conditions.
I am in favor of permanently surfacing with crushed rock the main
thoroughfares of the city at such time
as the revenue will justify the undertaking of such work.
The expenditure must be placed on
a systematic basis, consistent with
public works being carried out in tbe
most efficient manner, and yet to an
extent sufficiently within the revenue
to ensuie the civic finances being
placed on a sound footing, so that tbe
frequent issue of debentures shall not
he nece'sary.
Your Obedient Servant,
CHAS. F. LINDMARK.
city in n  lawsuit   ior  breach  of  c
tract.
I think that during the next y
most strict economy should t'B . \
cised in all departments and it i ii
be my effort to effect these economies
wherever possible without "destroying
the efficiency of the different departments. Our Kire Departments deserve every encouragement and assistance possible and our Police and
Water and Light services must be
kept up to a proper state of efficiency,
but large expenditure on roads and
-treets can very well be omitted until
our finances are in better shape. I
an. favorable to a fair arrangement
being made lor the disposal of the
surplus electric power which the city
controls in order that industries
requiring cheap power may be encouraged.
I ask for your support at the puMs
on the 16th of January and feel
confident that I will receive the
support of a large nuj riry of the
ratepayers and trust to merit that
support throughout my term of office.
Yours Faitheuli.v,
E. TRIMBLE.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Waid Two:
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Ulstr!.-,
District of Wosl Kootenay.
Take notice that I, -' <> Woodrowof Poplar
Crunk, li <J„ orciip.ition Proepeotor, Intend In
Apply for a speckl llconoe to out and curry
away timber from the following described
lands;
1. Commencing at a pout planted about 1
tnile up the (lift south fork of Pot Ur Creek nn
east bunk adjoining Timber Limit No. Ill *l I. on
th<* wnst boundary, marked "C O. Wi<odrow's
north-east corner post,"thenco south lOOeliuins,
thruee wt*Ht4M-'huliiM. thenoe north lft' chillis,
tli'iiiB eant lochrtins to point of oomtituuce-
incut, r-tiif.i.liifDK ti*1' acres more or U'n->.
'-'. Cotiiiiieuoliitf ut ii poMi pi.mml on tho
went bank of the first -outh fork of t'oplar
Creek, libotlt 3 miles np, adjoining Timber
Limit. No, UXHooii the wmih iKiuudiry marked
"C, O. WOOorOWa north*went corner post,"
thence emtl HO chain*, theneo houLIi Uf> i-haliiH,
thonoe welt HU ohutmi, tinmen north Mti chnliiH to
point of c<jiniuoncoim'iit, containing (110 aoron
more or Iops.
Ijoouted 18th December, 1H07.
0. O. YVOOimovV, Locator,
wod Jan l'i
NOTICE
SHARES FOR SALE
Imperial   Development    $460 (10
Hank of Ibitish Columbia  110 00
Nicola Coal and t.'oke  100 00
Columbia I'Yiiit and IjuiiI  100 00
Hewitt Mines  6 00
Unviil Collieries  2i>
Chin Ies  Oickens   10>4
WANTKD TO I'UKCHASK
Great West Ixian.
Above subject to confirmation,
Prospectuses and particulars con
coining any of those Companies on
application.
Ili'Valslitllii Unit District.
District (if ttiisl. K,ml unity.
Take, notlfii Mint A u. .Iuliiisi.nn nf I'uplar
(truck, (iifiiiiiilliai MiTfliaiit, lull-nils In u|i|ilj
fur a su iliil liiKinin lo nut ami carry away tint
■or from tint following ihtacrllrd laid■.:
i o innInii at   a post  iiliiuiml   nliinti   el
mill's ii|i 1'niifai (trciil. Iniiii I'milur liiwusll...
culling lur lliii suiitb nasi ugriiur ofTlinlHir
l.finlt mm, niarkwl 'A. (I. Jnlin Iihi'smiiiIIi
W(!N' fniiiiii' puat,   tliuliuii cast hu clialus, tliiiliui-
inallifld chiiiin, tliiinca wiwi, kii , IniiiiK. II cf
smith at) clialiii Ni iniliii, nf cuininenianiiiiiit,
c'llitiillilliK (Mil ac:ch iiiiiiu Ol- Ions.
I itifd imii Duo., innv.
A. U. .HlllNHTliN,
wed Jan ID
II. K, lliiani), Agiilit.
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QMINHfUtaM INS IliBHOUSII VINSWVSR.'S.I
Ladies ami Gentlemen,—I have
been requested by a number of ratepayers to represent them at the coming civic elections and have allowed
my name to appear in nomination lor
alderman for Waid Three.
II elected I will do all in my power
to further the interests of our city. I
will curtail expenses, except where
necessary for the coining year as much
as possible and work in harmony with
the representatives of Wards 1 and 2.
Soliciting your vote.
Yours faithfully,
HUGH SYMTHE.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Three
l.AIUKH   ANP OKNTI.FMEN,—I    beg to
announce myself as a candidate for
re-election ai alderman (or Ward 3,
at tbe request of many ol the rate
payers, and il elected I will work (or
the best Interest! ol Ihe city and
therelore respectfully solicit your
support.
Yours fiithfully,
J. ABRAHAMS!) ..
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Three
At the request of a nun* her of
Iriends I have consented to have my
name placed in nomination as Alderman in Ward Two for 1908.
I heartily endorse the candidature
ol Mr. Edward Trimble for mayor,and
promise if elected to give him my bet
support in an effort to give Kevelstoke
good government lor 1908.
I have no other pioui'si-s to make
and ask your support on tbe Kith
instant
G. S. McCARTER.
Friends,—I have been urgently re-
qnested bv a large number ol tbe
e eciors of this Ward to allow my
name io be put in nomination as a
• •a'.didate for the position of Alderman
of your Oity. Although a citizen ol
Revelstoke for the past ten years I
have never taken any active interest
in municipal work, hut believe it tu
be the dut, of every tusiness man to
take bis share of the responsibility of
bow the City's finances a e to be expended and how tbe City is to be
governed.
I have therefore consented to allow
my name to be placed in nomination,
and leave myself entirely in your
hands. I do not think that when. I
am willing to give my services to you
frcsly, that I should be obliged to visit
you personally and ask for your support If you have confidence in me
aud think that I am capable ot discharging, with the other members
elected, the duties of this office, then
I have a right to look for your support.
As an independent candidate entirely untrammelled by nuv clique,
corporation or political party, I will
pledge my.support to everything thai
will advance the internals of our city.
1 will endeavor to economize in thi
expenditures, curtail as far as possible.
unless absolutely necessary ami only
fur permanent work, the expenditures
for public works, until the finances of
the City are in a more healthy state
I will advocate a readjustment of the
Assessment, and a reduction of the
Taxis, and Water and Light Kates.
If these ideas must with your approval, your support on olec ion day
will he my answer.
Yours respectfully,
W. M. LAWRENCE.
NOTI E
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Ktvrl-tnke Lnmi  Diss rift..
District ..J W ,1 K • ieu*-jr.
T ike notice tr.ru 1. J. hn Kitm»th M' L°hu. of
Ro'-'eL-toke, 11. t'. lambbrut-*U| \u uud i" apply
fur a .-ypo' io U'Ol b i*i cui urabui ifoai 116
follnru.,, U«*j*cr<L.''(J luu^
i nmmeui ing <'t a post pi .
timber iiuited MM- uud marl
McLean's nurti.*«H curuer," -.iiu-hu ab.uV
t.-o ru ilea "."i Saif-jraj C« ■» <'0 tbe
wost side of Arrow >«i-:m beuce wtoi nO
ch-uu=, iiiern * toj u 80 chaiufl, thenco a-i-t o0
ct.ains, theoce tiorib SOonaisi lo point of colb-
mt*nc9tneut couiamiui; 640 acrei more or iesn.
Dated Dec. l'nh. iy07.
satdec 14      JOHN KENNETH McLKAN.
i led   n ijoinins
•k.-U    J. K-ju..<jiti
PROCLAMATION
of tho Municipality of HevnUtoke. that I re-
mire the presence of the said electors tit the
City Clerk's otlice, City Hall, McH>nzie Avenue,
in the said city, on the 13th duy of January,
IlHiH, nt 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of
elooting porson^. to represent them iu tha muui-
cipal council as Mayur and Aldermen, aud al-o
for tho purpose of electing two School Trustees.
The mode of nomiuatiou of candidates shall
be BS follows:
Thecandidates shall bo nominated in writing;
the writing shall be sub-.crib.ed by tw.i voter*, of
the municipality «*« projutser and **c uder. and
shall be delivered to the Heturuiiu* Otli'-er at
anytime botween the date of this nonce and 2
p in. of il.d day of the nomination: and in tht*
uvfint of a i.-il I being necessary luoh poll will !>--
opened on rhuwday the IBtfa dayJanoar-f L90B,
in the City Clerk1! otlice in the lily of Rev«l-
stoke, and kept opou between the hour of time
o'clock in the forenoon and ihe hour of ->■.•■:.
o'clock in the afieruoon. for takiugaud recording the votes of toe electors of the said < ity. of
which ovory person in hereby required l*> take
notice aud govern himself -lcctirdiugly.
The persons qualified to tm nominal txi for .md
elected as Mayor shall lie such person- a- are
malo British subjects of the full age of twenty
ono years and are uot disqualified under any
law, and have been for the six months next
preceding the day of nomination the reimtereo
owner in the Laud Registry Otlice of laud or
real property iu the city or the assessed value
ou tho lust municipal Assessment K..H of One
Thousand Dollars or more over and above any
registered judgment or charge, and who are
otherwise duly qualified as municipal voters.
The persons qualified to be nominated for
and elected as Aldermen shall be such persons
as are male British subjects of the full age of
twenty*one years and are not disqualified under
any law, and have been for the six mouths next
preceding the day of nomination the registered
owner iu the Land Registry Otlice of land or
real properly in the city of the assessed value,
on the last municipal Assessment Roll, of Five
Hundred Dollars or more river aud above any-
registered judgment or charge, and who are
otherwise qualified as municipal voters.
The persons qualified to be nominated for and
elected as School Trustees shall be such persons
as are householders and being British subjects
of the full age of twenty-one years and otherwise qualified to vote at au election of School
Trustees.
Every candidate nominated shall signify by
a writing accompanying tbe nomiuatiou paper,
his consent to such nomiuatiou, except in case
such person be ubseut from the municipality
when such absonce shall be stated in the Domination paper.
Every candidate nominated fur mayor or
alderman shall, on or before the hour of two
p.m. of the day of nomination, furuish the Re-
turniuac Officer with a statement iu writing,
specifying the land or real property upon
which hu qualifies.
tiivon under my hand at Revelstoke thii 2nd
day ui January, li-O-V
('HAS. J. AMAN,
Returning OhVer.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE.
Revelstokt* Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I. J Dougal of Nakusp
Captain, iutend to apply for permission to purchase ths followiiig described lands;
Commeucing at s post planted at the N. W.
corner of Lot No. r(414, running south 20 chains,
thence west 20 chains, thence north 20 chainn,
thence east 20cbains toipoint of commencement.
Dated Dec. Huh. 1807.
JUJLIOS DOUGAL,
jan4sat D, Dewar, Agent.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District,
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Lharles McNicholls, of 811-
vertoH,t-J.L.,occuj..iiilon, liiu ber cruiser, intends
io apply for special umotr licenses over the
•jiiuwing described Lands :
1 « "luii,.-],. iuk at it (0.-.1 planted on tbe
cast branch ol Haley t're«X aboui M miles
irom the forks inanted MU .UeMcuuIls'miuiu*
wast corner post," theuce 80 cbalus north.
'hence wj chains SMt, thence BO chains south,
tiieuce ou cijaiiis v*est to place of coinmeuce*
...'in. containing *,v. acres more or lt-as.
l>aied itftb December. 19U7.
2. Commencing at a post planted 914 miles
up Canyon Dree* on wosi side marked "C. Mc-
McbuiiV south-pest coruer pou " thence ItiO
chains east, iht*nee 40 chains north, theuce 100
cnaius west, thence 4o chains south to place of
commencement, containing 640 acres more or
lens.   Located December 17th, 1W7.
OHARL   o McNifHOLLS.
Date Dec. 26ih. Iiaj7. Bat dec jg
3
Iu the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Iu   the   matter  of   the Winding Up Act. bein,
chapter   144   of   the   Revised   Statutes
Lauada,
aud
In the matter of The Klwood Tin Workers Gold
Min.ug Company ol" Lardeau,  British Col*
umbia. Limited, N'ouper.-oual Liability.
Notice is hereby given .n.u upon tne petition
of i. liaries Lewis uu urutr was made by the
Honourable Mr. Justice Element In the above
matter, Uuied tne L'Tth Deceuiuer. IwUi, whereby
it »as ordered mat u.e abuvo-uamed company
be wouud up under toe provisions uf the Winding Up Act uud ihat Jotiu E. Jones, uf Cam-
borue, B.C., was appoints J Provisional Liquidator.
Further take notice that in and by said order
Tuesday tut* ii3t ua> ul January, UQL at the
uour ui lu:Ju u'tiotn iu tbe foreuoon at tne
i utirt Huu^e, Vancouver, B.C., was lixed as the
time and pu e lor tne appointment of an
■ iikuii injuiddior of the above uamed company
oi wnicb an parties concerned are requenied to
take notice.
Dated tm.i 3uth December, 19U7.
MARTIN, UBAIQ A- BOURNE.
Granville Street, Vancouver, B.C.,
Solicitor*, lor the Petuiouer.
jan4 4t
NOTICE.
Bevelstoke i^tuu Uiauioi*
LM-iinct ut woat Kootenay.
lake nonce LUail, xj Dewar, of Arrowhead,
vruLser. mLeud io apply lor permission to pur-
cuase .;.*• luituwiuf* Uo--crit>ed lauda;
Commeuciug at the B.B comer uf Lot No
HM    ru-uiu(- norm 4u cnams, tueuce east 100
,,..;,-, .iici.o vuuin to cnaius, ttieucs west leO
. ,.aiu> ku (Kuu, ui -.uiuineucaiiieui.
aU-tveU a-'i-c. 4tU, 1M;7.
satjan 4 p. DEW AH.
NOTICE.
The City Council invite* applicati-n   ' *   ■
position of City  Clerk,   with  wbi> I
associated tho offices nf ('ity Trea.*i
Bor and Collector     Applicants  t" st
required,   and   forward   references   •
(l'lplications,   which   should   reach  tl
signed by Januttey 2ihh, 1906.
Revelstoke, B.C., Dec. list, 1907,
H. Fl OYD.
td City Clerk.
Kevelstoke Lanu District.
District Ul   ttwil kwului.j.
laae notice  mat Xuu,, t Armstrons, ef Ar-
juwueaU, i*. c., ucvupanuu Mluer, iu lauds
to appiy lur a -.pecia! umber licwuce over toe
luliuMiiigdttacribcu laud;
Cumuieuciug ai a post planted shout 100 yds,
u-vr.u u. **>«* maraed N, v,  i.vt-to, and u»raed
nuocrt .iruisiiuug'-ia.M, eviuer yuat»" tueu.e
■>. cams u rtn. ov cnaias -.-•.*k,*x- cuaius Mjuttt,
ij i Uaius -ttf i ut puiai„i cuuiMitfUceHieut,
jjau-d mis -js.in day ui >uv., iw7.
sat uov U KUsMtui' AJtJ*or-i0.tU.
NOTIUE
NOTICE
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward One:
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward One :
LAD1M and Odnti.kman,—At tile
ic<|iiiil ill a lar(e numlier of tli« rnlti
|inyi "s I   have  aitiiin C'lisiiitcil tu be-
oonti » cindiiUte lor  re-election«»
ulilcrini.il in the almvc Ward. If
nieclcl I will give my licit Rltentimi
to furthering the internals nf the city
iind reepeotluiljl nolicit your votes m (I
influence.
Youni Uitlifiilly,
j. A. STONE.
lyAiilKH ami (1i:nti,i:mi;n,—At tlit>
re(|(ieat uf 11 large niiinlier ol ritti'|iny-
era of Ward One, mid hi ii Hiippnrter of
Mr. KdwH.nl Trimble, 1 have been
naked to allow my name to ilend for
nomination ti Alderman In the coming election, end have contented to tl'
an
Though not ii ri'iidcnl of th» Ward
■ aiy iiit'ii'sls are hcui'v invested iu
Ward One and if elected I will do my
utmost to lurf her the Interest! of the
ward and the city an h whole.
Soliciting your vote and influence,
I am,
Yours faithfully,
W. A. FOOTE.
NOTICE
Notice In hereby glx'ii Mini n eh("|iie
fur 91KM.42, dated .Imii. li li. 1IKIH, drawn
l,y toe in fiivoi of (J, II. Iliiino At (;,,.,
on the lui|ieil,il Ijiink of Ciiiinihi, Hev-
elstoke   liiiiliih,   hna   been hwl.      All
pei'iiini nie hereby warned ii^'iinNi
inking, retaining or ci-hliiK the iiini'
■ a payment thereof Iihh bean stopped,
Any person retaining or in any way
ihiiiini' with -iiiil cheque will laiiliable
to iil'i'Seelltloll.
.Ian. til h, WM.
0, W. AHHAHAMHON.
Ladies ami Qbhtlrmbr ■■
I iiiii attgain nlTiring myself as a
candidate for Alderman lor yoiii
Ward    H.niulil my attention  to your
built  during   the puat   year   have
met with your approval, I solicit your
vole and Influence, nnd if elected I
I roinise 10 faithfully serin you,
J. J. WOODIAND.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward One :
Having been naked hy a committee
ol electors from Ward One to stand as
a representative for that Ward ut the
coining civic elections, I have decided
to place myself for Humiliation.
1 do not believe in making many
prombei, because promises often fall
through, hut I will promise to look
after tho interests of the city in ever)
particular that come before me, and
if I keep the interests ol the city
before me, I do not think lean go very
far astray.
I ask for your support on January
111 h ninl feel sure thnt dining tin
ensuing year if clccti'il 1 shull ineti
t'nit support.
YottiiH I'arrliKi'i.l.Y
PETER HOOLEY,
Hcvclstnke Land In-inc
District of West Koot- our.
Take notion that  Nels thomas Kdwardf of
rt.'VC'1-tokc If C, Crui-u-r, iriieud- to apply f -r
-.pcfitvl .I'ciiHcs ov.-r ihu following .].■-.■•■,i..-.
landst
1 ('omincnch)fa al a post phtut'-d about twi
tulles dbttaut Olid in an eaaterl/ dxec too fron
<li« soutb'Weai coiner of .-i-i-tion 4. le Tovrnsbii
3. ttt-vci-ioMj (..mil Diicrlef*, ->ud markod "Ncl-
'I'liuutrt-  Rd wards' souUi-west ooruer,*' t-Mnoi
not IM " cli.im-. i-iooc*- east 60 < i.-un-, ili.-iic-
■ ■niili 8(1 chains, thm.co M'l'.-i ii chiius to lh>
point of cou.tnenoenient ooniaiufo-r sw man
mors oi U"*«, and being section 2 in Township 3.
2. Commencing at >\ post planted about one
mile distant ami in an uastorly dlrooUon fro
tbo soutb-oosi corner oi Beotlon 16, Township ■*.
rlovelstoke Land Difiri--; and marked MNeis
i'homes Edwards' nortb*wast corner," thence
east Bo chains, ibenoe south 80 onalna, tbenoe
West 80 chains, thence north BO Ohalns to Wis
point ol commencement, containing GUI acree
more or luss and being Section I!. I ■-■-•. h-liip .t.
3. uonimenclng at n po^-t planted a1 out one
tnile distant and in an caaUirly'direct Ion from
Ihe south>easl nomer of Section 16 in Township
:\. Bevelstoke Land Dlstrlot, uui marked "Nels
Thomas ICdwards1 *-uuiii-wf3«t cornet, thenoe
north 80 chains, thenoe east &> chain-, thenoe
south 80 chain*, theoce west W chain* tu point
Of ''oniiiieiiceiiioiif, >■ ti' oiinia* i.t'i acre* more
or less and being .Section li in Towiinhip 3,
4. Commencing it ■• poet planted about one
mile distant ami m an easterly'direction from
tin* sOUth*east corner of Section £&, in Township
3, Kuvcl-iU-ke l-oid Dlstflctaod maibed 'Nels
'I hoimw   Kit ward**' north went   corner." thence
east 80 ohalns* tbenoe south -»u chains, Uiepce1
wi*Hi  ni  obaUM)   thence iiurlh ■* chains to the
point of coinmencemunt. containing 040 eeres
more ur It - . and being Section .-) in lownahip
3,
".'),   Couimi nclng nt I  post planted about one
mile distant and in an tatten) dlreoUoo from
the noilth out OOfOSr of .Section -'.. in I u a u-hip
3, lte*.el-tok« Lund District, and marked "Nois
I imti,a Kdwaras u<,o, -.\,-\ coriu-r." thriK e
north «" chuin-, theuos *asl m t Imios
thence south tto ohalnsi toenos west 80 ohalns
io tho point of <'oniim.iHI'liiriit, and ooBteiniog
■•I' acres mote or leesj and being :•>•■•' ><>i. .'*••>•
Township 8. •
11. ( ommnnrlug at I post , I hi * ■ -1 one mile
di i.oil and in an easterly djreOUOO from Ihe
northeast oornei of Bection88-in rownshlp8i
j;. ii-1-i..K. liiiud Dlstrlot) eod taartad"Kei«
Iriomas LuwardV north west oerneri' thenoe
eael Bticbainsithenee **o'uh mi shalns, theoos
wost a" chaiuH, thence north80chains luiio
iHiint  of oonuneoMBenL and rootalnins o\<>
npres Hiorii or Ico", and tn'tng -■■■ • i \, .-^ ■-■
Township 3,
7. Cotuiuemlug at a post plunUxl une mile
dlHtiuit and In an seeteni direction fiom the
-oniii>east corner ol Beetlon  I, InwnwlP *.
KeValStOKe l-m*l DlstrU t, and marked "Nels
I hoimiM Kd wm-I - BOUth'West tone r, thence
uiiiiii no ohauLs. theneseast BOuhaius, thence
Mouth wi obaUM- umnce wu->t so chains to point
of commuuecmeut. and eon tain ing tA>) a*.!**-.
more ur Iumi and txiing Settiuu i, in iuwuship
I.
Dated Dec. 4th. Il<"7
Hiitdeo 7     NBL8 TIKJMAM BDWABDt-
NOTICE
Kmv.-i-toil.- Land Dlmrlot.
DJitrlotol vvest Kootenar.
Notice 1h lioifl y givuti  tlmt   Unity
(Ih\h from the ditto BerooJl I Intend to
itppiy to the chief Oommtneionor of
IjumIm .iiiil W'uki for pornitfeioD to
outanu oarry awny tlmDtr fiom Hu*
lollnwiiiK dfiiOHbod IhihI:
Uomuiunuing  at  a poHt plunted  on
the nor th siur of the N. M. Ann ol
Upper Arrow Lake ut the M. K. 0, l..
s-ii'i. (i. L, and marked H. Bmllh's
Mi K. <'.,' Thenoe vTeet half a iuUoi
iheutie  north one  mile* thenoe earn
i trig hall mile,   iiioih   ut   lene   to   l.a-
1I101C1 ihence uiong takeeb of tup >iu
ni uutuiueuoetnenu
U. HAIITII,
I'rr li. 0. Hull, Agt'ut.
UiiLod Dec. llith, 1UU7.
voiatoke Land it. >.,,^.
U let ol Kootenay.
■*v nouoe mat j, -John Albert Rlrk, of Rer-
*Kv, B.t>.  uctu^aLioii   it. (,. t-auO aurveyu ,
*-uu io apply ioi pcTliiisiiua   «u  purctia«« ..no
<>•> lug ni-iiiiini i...i>i:
< unmicuciiig ut a  *-u*.i piamud about forty-
0 • e i i.i, ■ !.■» i.i- in., it, ui ,ut   ..ui m uftf.k t..iuti u(
L-ul n\ v UMftatatMiU   I   ui    uUuUied   ami luuilocQ
->«Aa4jl  Oruop woo  .i,;  tu^uw   auk  Ma*J iuj,
U<atU»;     -.Im....'-'     MOUUi     luii'   lit i       lt.-(      u,,.,!!-;
ait-uo)tsiieUUij l*A0*a4l*MMa, •o-.i.ec uM ill ion' *
.l»*-t«6l Cim.lis. IA* t.o..u   v..   Ui.n;lli.ia<,iii.iiu
lUini -■:i. tSovoaiin i, U i
wuaticcl Ju,i.< .kt.Uj.ttl' K1.:K.
NUlltit
Kevelstoke Land j^aew«g».
llhlrit-lt    V.O'l   iVonl-i.  ,j
Take nonce tnai t. b. a. tisiley, mine mien-
Sger, e»ldajTS   alleruaUj   'fireml *"■*',•■  m toe
.   McMouillil-lulirf   Ul     l^a-.U.     «U .     rt ..-«„     ti*f
i.." :iu~-i..o Ui purchase io« iulluWius ''•->' f lovd
laU'la |
< ouimenciiig at    a   po»t   plauted   io   tii.m.
iiortn ui tne xiuLicoit-tt io ue<   ><i   ....i *>'f  uoiit
, Uand  markeu   "r.   H.   tiuitey ■  u *ru»-eaet
oornei post,    meuco   Miuih   au   ci.au.-    imeuce
irasinchains tiieife norm »> cnaius, meuce
.'.,    '.   .*-' ■  .1-111. ■   1   ■   [.'.:lil   Of     C.illltllOli. -UllWIll,    CuU*
taiiiiug ''4■> acres tiiora or   *•■ -
Datod L>ct   2bth, 1W7.
f h auram.
I'sr W. a. Utuytbs, Ageut.
In the Couuty Court of Wast Kixitenay, holdeu
tt KereUuike,
l.j the matter of Jo.teph Dulau, deceaitad,
end
la the matter uf the Administrators' Act,
TAKK HOJICK, that by su Order of His
H<-nor J, A. Form, made the 13ib dsyuf OcU>-
oor. l'.«J.. i wk apiMiinied AdoiiuistraUirof
Joseph Dulao, dernanud, and all partiss baviug
i.laiuia against the Htlfl KegatO are hereby re*
juirod to furnish -»aaie properly verified to me,
'i. or befaro in, ;ust day uf January, IttXJn.
All parue*. indebted to ttie said aetata ere
required to pay the amount uf luUebteduess to
me before the .list of January, JVC*.
Dec   1 Jili   IVU..
FKKD FHAHF.K,
dec 14 It     Administrator.
NOTICE
Ke .slstoks Laud District.
Diatrictuf Wsst kuoteuay
lake notice that L W. a. tfmith, agsut, 80
lUyaHfter date iutend to apply u* tbe thief
• omiuiHBiuner uf Lands aud »*urk« for per*
BiiselOO i" puronase tbe followiug dsw nu#d
lauds:
( ommencing st s post planted about S% mils
north uf -Miuth-eant ooruer of timber limit .ol'J.
.ind marked "W A Umytbe's ■ VV. corner pusl,
iheii'o north it) t dmu-, ihem e east SU euatas
theuce "'iili no chains, theoce west 8U chains to
point Oi coiumeuceweut, cvuiaiuisg tMO acres
more ur less.
Dated Oct ZAtb, 1907.
W. A. MMTTHK.
NOTICE.
West Koot-vnay Utnd District,
District of WtMl Kootenay.
Tako notice thai Jamoe Adams fcHeUon. of
I'uluth. Minn., i -A, oooupatlon Timber
l>eaiur, IntciidN to apply lor a spuclal timber
licence "\ nr the following described lauds:
Commencing at a pom planted at tbe N. W.
oprner post *>r T, l. >>. itn on the west side of
the Lpp'T Arrow Lake and marked "t". D.
Uoward ■• S.K. ouriior," the*ioe west IDu oheuiS,
thence-*"Uth 4iJ chains, theoce sail Itiu chain",
tiienct* north 40 chains to point of coniio-nce
ment.
naked Nov, 4th. 1807.
C. K. UOWABD,
Agent fer JamoM Adams Stetson,
Dated l»"    2u*\, W~,. wed dec 4
NOTICE
Iteti-letoko la«nd Dlstilct,
Dlstrlot of Weal Kootenai*,
TAKK NfJTlCK thnt <>■o-ge MeCsrter, of
it'-.*. '.'-*i«. H I , Ageut, uileudi to apply for
.•'■run -o-.n to purchSke tbe followiug deeeribed
lands j
t oinnHMiciiig at | ppat t [anted at the north
eastoornof PI '•"' ■'•"•' ", Uroup One, KooUuay
Dlstriell   th uce   *».i t   nor,'   rbslusi   thaure
■ rth stt ohalnsi theoce west 10 chains t thence
rtnlOcbeiua, theueeeastIMIO chains not*
■ •■ less 10 the we-t bank of ihe Columbia K.*-*';
< 'ten* n (ullowing the west bank "i ths Coluni-
bis Kiver -..uinerly to the i-om ul commene*-
tueiil, ouutaiuiug VI ucros, more or less.
UKOKUtt MtCaKTKB.
D-ie-t Nuvembsr 1st.. Hurt. Nov, 8 THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Cbe flfcaiU-lberalfc.
fLBLlSHF.il   WEliSI-SDAY AND BATUR
DAY AT
'RBVILSTOKE, B.C.,<
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors,  Etc
OTTAWA
nesa have tirmuess, integrity and
anility to perform their duties without fear or favor to or Irom any party
or clique in the city. The ollice
should seek the man, not the iniiii the
ufTice, and the new council when
elected must he prepared to face a
difficult year arid fulfill the trout imposed upon them hy the electors.
Parliamentary,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mtrthv.
Harold Fisher
G
1IL.LAN & ELLIOTT.
Kirri.lera.l Bollcitots, Etc.
REVF.L-TilKI on TROCT LAKE, B. U.
C. K. OiLLi>. J. C. Elliott.
ARVEY, McCAKTEB ~~
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
Orricss :   Im 'f.ri.1   Bank   Block,   Uevbl-
•8T0ER,  B. C.
Honey to loan. _
Offloes: Itevelstoke, B.C.-, Cranbrook, B. C.
H
Oso. 9. McCarter,
4.. M.   HlNKHAJ..
ReTolstoke. B. C.
J. A- Habvrv,
t.'ranbrook, B. ('.
J. M. Scott l.L.Li W. I. BrigKS.
fiCOTT   AND   I3RIGGS
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.;
Money to Load
solicitctrs for Molsons Bank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
JAS. A. McFA.RL.ANE
A8SAYER 4 CHEMIST
Ami;   ol all Ore.,   Samples by mail or express
recei.e prompt attention.
Terms Moderate.
ADDBE3I -        •        BOX 1.T2  K«LO,  B. C.
-pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 106,  Revelstokk.
MISS M. E. CREIGHTON
TEACHER of piano, vocal
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, no.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
BTCDIO-Al   Mrs.   J.   C.    Hutchison's   Con
naught A.eone.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mining, Real Estate, Business, Financial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents.
Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liabil-
itv, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Agents.
Maps, Plans, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled t'n Mines, L*nd and Timber.
REVELSTOKE,
B.  C.
Black
Watch
Chawing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
1288
KEEP IT MOVING.
Keep the dollar at work! Every
man with a dollar contributes so
much to his own security and the
country's strength when he lets his
dollar work. It is useless when
hoarded. It is so much strength
withdrawn Irom the hody politic. The
working dollar is the only one that
has value. When it is iu the hunk it
works, and gives rise to more work.
When it is hoarded it is idle and has
only the value of waste paper or metal
scrap.    Keep it working!
Zhc fl&ailVlfoevalb
Then El -1 much bad in ths ba>t uf 01,
and w> much K'»o<i in the wur-t uf Ui-,
Thai it h.rdlj bahuu.o.- any ot tin,
To talk about the rest of us.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15,1908
A TIMELY WARNING.
The final scene in the civic contest
drima will take place tomorrow and
the new administration will assume
their leati and, we hope, fulfill their
promises made to the elector.. What
ever the outcome of the polling may
be, the results lie wholly and solely in
tha ;.'- p..■'» hands and it is up to the
rate|«yen to fay, by their ballots,
Ihit Kevelstoke il to hive a city council worthy oi its importance and capable of dealing with the serious
problems which now and in the cou-ie
ol the year will confront them. The
new council ihould be firm in their
deciiiorn   and   not give   way to every
little raqoaat that li presented to
them, and the electors ahould have
eutticieiit confidence in their rtp*ftaU>.
Utivee to know that if the rcpiest
Wll ti"t fruited, it was thought to be
lor the belt Our oity n growing and
eiich Iwitig the ease the council
tin.iiiil rue tu the occasion, act up to
their otlice, and carry out municipal
itiipri'Vitncnta in i. maimer consistent
with the city a requirement*! at the
lame time having a view to economy
and important treatment of the city's
divisions. Go.id municipal government ii Important and ibould be
studied more closely in view of the
fact that it effects in every way our
welfare as citizens, in other words the
community as a whole which is striving to develop Revelstoke. We hope
that the new council   will apply itsell
energetically ami with builneu ability
to the problem "I putting civic finances I'll a sound basis. Municipal by
laws must I* strictly enforced and the
Ijnestion of   judicious, il"    well II easy
taiati braibed  out,    Every man
elected to the council must lie prepared to give to the city a good, clean
government   nnd   to   obtain this the
electors mint endeavor to appoint
men whose qualification* as council.
Ion and   saleguarden pi   public bull-
Financial.
The Columbia Agencies, Limited,
report:
Reports Irom all quarters indicate
an eaiing of the money situation,
advance in stable stocks, and good
investment demand with the opening
ol the Now Year. The new issue ol C.
P.R. stock amounting to $28,000,000
had a splendid effect on the market.
Locally the mining situation is improving. The Eva is about to resume
active operations on n large scale, as it
ii understood the company has secured more capital. Owing to an accident to the Hume the Silver Cup had
to reduce its force hut will soon be
putting on more men. The syndicate
who took up the True Fissure, St.
Elmo and Blue Bell at Ferguson have
made another payment on their bond
and are getting into good financial
shape, They intend resuming work
next month. A large deal is under
negotiation for a property on Arrow
Lake, and if it goes through it will
serve to bring into this district one of
the world'e largest mining corpori-
tioni, and open up a new feature of
mineral development.
In New York the currency premium has disappeared and call rates are
again normal.
Money is much easier in Winnipeg
and Vancouver, where a oonsiderable
amount of British capital has appeared for investment.
C.P.R. earnings for 11107 are eight
millions better than lor 1H06.
Wolf Bounly Doubled.
Tbe bounty upon panthers and
wolveB has been increased by the provincial government from  $7.u0 to J15.
The action haB l>cen taken after the
provincial government has investigated the representations made to
them by the spurting interests of
Vancouver island and the mainland,
asking that such action ihould be
adopted in order to protect young
deer aud young grouse from the depredations of these animals.
L'pon the mainland tbe same condi
tiome.xiBt though there it is aggravated by the presence of coyotes. The
bounty upon the battel la$8.60 a head.
The latter were  ii"t  known iu British
Columbia until   tl verland route to
Cariboo was established, when they
trailed the different parties, feed iuk
upon dead animate and camp offal.
They have grown with tin- yearn atnl
multiplied until they constitute a real
foe to the game.
The provincial government believe!
that with the increased bounty hunters will go after the panthers and
wolves (specially, The skins generally
are worth fiom $.1 to -to and  with   tbe
bounty bunting them ihould be
profitable.
MAIL ORDER   HOUSE FRAUD.
Police   Receive   Many   Complaints as to Methods.
Winnipeg,   Jan.   11.—Information
has been sworn out against U. M.
Samuels, manager of the North West-
•rn Supply House, Winnipeg, stating
hat suniB ol money have been mis-
impropriated Irom customers dealing
.vith the company. ThiB company
uus been doing a mail order business
in the city for Bome time and many
complaints have been made agiiinst
the nature ol the business carried on.
It is said that the victims are numerous, aud sensational developments are
likely to t.ike place. The firm has
lately changed its name and is now
known, according to a ciroular, as the
British American Manufacturing Co.
although its cheques have been dia
honored. It is believed that ninny
cities in the west have suffered from
this concern.
LIGHT LUMBER CUT
VANCOUVER, Jau. 14.—Three hundred and seventeen milliou feet of
lumber was sold last year hy the
coast mills uf British Columbia and
178,000,000 feet by the mountain mills,
or au aggregate of 495,065,223 feet for
the entire province. This is a heavy
falling off Irom 1906. These figures
have been carefully computed by th ite
interested in logging. These figures
are not claimed M exact, but as a very
near approximate of the sales  for  the
year.
 ♦ ■
St. Leon.
From our own correspondent.
R. Stincher ia operating a logi/ing
outfit here this winter on behalf of the
Gibbons Lumber Co.
We understand that Mr, Grady, proprietor ol the St. Leon Hotel, intends
having the necessary piping laid between the hotel baths and the hot
springs during the coming summer.
The presence of the valuable mineral
waters here will greatly enhance the
attractiveness of this most charming
spiit in the eyes of visitors and tourists, and brings into prominence its
many advantages as a health resort.
R. Munroe is preparing for a trapping expedition into the mountains.
WANTED
WANTED TO LET—Five-roomed
house east of city, lent $8 per
mouth unfurnished or$12per month
furnished—Columbia Agencies, Ltd"
WANTED TO LET—Eight-roomed
house on McKenzie Ave., rent
|20 per month, Apply to Columbia
Agencies Limited, next O.P.K. Telegraph Office.
L.KRVANT WANTED A general
*5 servant wanted in a small faiuilv
wages $3i.   Apply lo Mail-Herald
..mn'. 102
c. w. o. w.
Mountain  View Camp, No. 229.
Moot. Seoond and  Fourth  Wodnu days in
i-iieti month, in Selkirk Hall.   Visiting Wood
men cordially invited to attend.
VV, H. ABMSTKONG. Con. Join.
J   Mi'lNTYKK, Clerk.
KEVELSTOKE AERIE No. 4IU
F. O. E.
Tho regular meetings are bold In tho Belklrl
Hull ovary Tuesday evening at 8 o'cloc*. visit-
lag brethren are oordlally Invited.
j. leslik. President,
w. E, Mclaughlin, secuktaiu.
Koottnav Lodne No. 15 A F, & A.M.
*#¥     •*?V»t 'rne  regular   meet-
"^\* \«L----:   -v      ing.- are held in tbi
Masonic     Temple..
Jdd Fellows Hall.oi
the third Monday ii
mob. month   at
i.m.  VImting broth
.(.•ii   oordlally   wel
oome
rumJUNlicit. Seoketahy.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO   12. I. O. O. F.
Meets every Thurm.iti
evening in {Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'clock.
VMtiug brethren eor
dially invited to ai
tend
a, LBMBKHS, N.Q. J. MAI HIK, Sec
Cold Range Lodge! K. of   P.,
No. 26, Rouelstake. B. C.
MKETS EVKUY WBDNK8DAY,
exospt Third Wednesday oJ
earn mouth, in the Oddfellows'
Hall at a o'clock. Visiting
Knights are oordlally invited.
J. MATHIE, 0. O.
Q. H. BROCK, K. or R. 4 8.
H. A. BROWN, M. of F
To the Revelstoke Public
We solicit your patronage
to Revelstoke'B FIRST
WHITE LAUNDRY.
(Jood work and satisfaction guaranteed.
Revelstoke Steam Laundry
.1. O. HUTCHISON, Prop.
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
Restaur* a * and furnished lloonm
Meals from 25c. Up.
Second Street, • East End
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
NEW MANAGEMENT
Meals at  all  Hours
Everything Up-to-Date
Climax Restaurant
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J. HARRIS, Manager.
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind—
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with its help.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
Roval Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class   Clover   and  Timothy   Hay   for   sale.    Also   a
kinds of Garden Produce.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AUD FIRE 3110X3
Tor sale in large or small quantities
at tho lowest prices fur cosh.
All kinds of build.in-and plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
Itovolstoke Land District.
Dtatrlol of West Kuutunfty.
Tnkc notice Unit I.  II. V. Ream}-, of Poplar
Creek, H. O., occupation Prospeotor, Ihlonds lo
apply  for a  Bpeotal licence to cut anil carry
away timber n       "     ' " '    '
land
away  timber irom the  following  dcucribcil
iilKSTl LANS  DRB88MAKIN0.-
r     Up-stalra   over   li.   II.    Brock's I
residence, Fourth  btreet,  by Mis.- ('.
Ll lllnI.M.
TO LET Room ot room and board
for one or two gentlemen. All convenience*,   telepn   etc.    Apply lo
Mail-Hbr ii.n office.
\ i r \.n 1'KH   M"    oi   Women   to
\\     learn barber trade, v/aw* e-tn.-
imI   «liii..   leirning,    ck  tlog .•■    free.
\\ rite  Moler Baiber College, 308 Car.
mil St., Vancxavi i. II. I
WAH CHUNG
telephone 29.
Froni  Street,     Revelstoke
rTTANTED     DreMn»king   by   tin-
\V       i ty,   ''I    i       ii |.-i   ■ i    Iii	
n.uk'-r from tin' Eael     App * ti   P. O
H..X Ul I. lei 7
Pingston Creek.
Krom Our Own < urri'-ponil.-ni.
A. li. Bymoodi ii preparing to tit
out   a   (mart little   lug boat lot lake
lervice.
ime of ihe moat  prornieing propoti-
tioua fi.r •nine puriv *ttn umall eaplt*
ai iii to lie had witlun I 'inall dUtanOa
of this place.      It OOOliltl Ol    upwiirds
of lo torn ol shoioe (relt land ind
tzoellent  llmeetone (piarry, lo clou
proximity to the Arrow Lake I bII
(piarry has been workid to rdvaiitnK1'
the necessary   liiiililinxn   and   kiln for
its lueoeaelul operation still atanding.
R. Sanderson of St. I.enn. has this
property fur ilis|i"»i(l
Muter   li.  Olbboni, who ims beau
ipending tbe Ohriatmae vacation here
has returned to Ins home in Revl -
stoke.
■ NothlnK hotter than Our "ftrmolnl
t\- \.s l ED KNOWN    'i    .
\\        ni        he beat  -i «|.-
n City hotiae pi ipei I > I    i I ■".
l,., .... ■    t. froi    .j >l - ■   v'
i . | & ■'•• f whirl     y stont
1-     I   :    l|'i      ! I ■   ' ' 'Il      "II
 rtgage     l.ppl] I       '  ••' ■
\ -. I.in I,
E.W.B. PAGET
Expr.333
D raying
Storate
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
80 MOW .V.-.IIM SAM, Props.
Open Day and
Night
Special attention niven  to i
Supper Partial ,1- banqueta
  I
Meala, 260. Meal Tickote. S5.S0
,.i-.T   iuk ii miit
OPPOSITE   V.   M.   i .   A.
All Kinds of Light  and   H 'avy
Hauling Undertaken
BATES,  PIANOS, BTC
Dee     in Wood, Ooal and Peed,
Plume 71. II   t
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
•Jash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
FEED FOR SALE
I have choice
upland prairie bay
and   I imothy, also
'/.u ,     wli' al   and
fei '1 to offer in i ar
load lot*.
I )< ivi red prii
on   rwiuc it
ADDRESS
D. C.   HOFFMAN
CALOARV,   Alto.
l. Oommenoing at a post planted about 200
feet on Lhe north aide of Poplar Greek* marked
"H. F, Heamy's north-east oon.er po.it." adjoln<
Ink the  west  boundary  of  Timber Limit No
bout  one   mile west of   tbo  lirst south
iuk the
11402, a_	
fork of Poplar Creek, thenco west 80 chains,
thenoe south SO ohalns, thence eoHtStichaiiiH,
thence north HO chains to point of commence
ment, OontainluK (HO apres more or Ions.
2. Commencing at a pont planted about,200
feet on the north Hide of Poplar creek, marked
MB. K. Reamy's B0Uth*cast corner pobW adjoining tbo west boundary of Timber Limit No
11402, about one mile went of the lirst south
fork or Poplar Creek, thence west 80 chaiiiH,
Uienco north 80 chains, thonce oast 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of commence
ment, containing 010 acres more or lesn.
:t. Commencing at a post planted on tho oast
bank of tho second south fork of Poplar Cre«*k,
about one mile up markod "B. F HeauiyV
north-east corner pout," thence west 10 chains,
thenec south 160 chains, thenoe earn 40 chains,
theuce north 160 chains to point of communce-
inent, containing 640 acre-* more or lew,
4 Commencing at a post planted about 4V4
miles westerly from the first south fork of Poplar Creole, marked *B. F. Kearny's north west
corner post," thenco east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, theuce west 80 chains, thenco
north 80 chains to point of commencement,
containing 040 acres more or lesn,
ft. Commencing at a post planted about, 4W
miles westerly from the first south fork of Pop*
lur ('reek, marked ' B. K. llt-amy's north-east
corner post." thence west 40 chains, thence
mhiLIi 100 chains, thence east 40 chainc, thonce
north KVl chains to point of eonimunccTtient,
containing lit" acres more or less
0. Commencing at. a post planted about live
milrs westerly from the lirst south fork of Poplar Creek, marked "B. K, Brumy's south-west
corner pool." theuce east 100 chains, theuce
north 40 chains, thenoe west, loo chains, thence
south 10 chains to point ot commencement, cou-
talnllig Oil! acrei more or less.
Located 17tb Deoombor, 1907.
wed jan 1.1 B   Y. KKAMY, lioeaUir.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1. B. K. Kearny of Poplar
B.O., occupation Prospeotor, intend to apply for
a speolal licence t" put and carry away timber
from lhe following described lauds:
1. Commencing at a pOBt planted on tbu
west bank of Busty Creek* marked "B l'\
Kearny's soui h east comer post," about :i miles
lOUthorly from the Lardo river, beiweun Rapid
('reek and Tenderfoot Creek, adjoining Timber
Limit 112.7.) running west, thence west 160
chains, theuca u»nh io chains, thence east 100
< fialiH. thonoo BOUth lo chains to point of com-
mencementi oont lining oio acre*, more or less,
2, Commencing at t post planted on the west
 ik of Kusty Crook, marked "H. K. Kearny's
north east corner oust," about i miles southerly
from i he i au do river between Ca im! Croek and
Tenderfoot Croek, theme wost UK) chain*,
thenoe south mi olialns, thenoe east ion chains,
thonoo north 4U chains io point of coiumuiice-
n n nt, con lath ing SlOaOrpI more or less,
.1. Commencing at a post planted on the
wi'-i bfuik of IC ii-i y Crook, marked "B K.
i.naiuy's north wesl oorner post, about h nlles
mjutherly from the Lardo river, between Rapid
' reek and Tenderfoot creek, thonoo outgo
ohalns, t hence SOU! h •»> chains, theuce west 80
• hams, tboine le-rtii 8<) ebaliiN to point of com
nn M< • ■■(. son tain Ing oto acres more or lose,
Located lAth Dooemner, itmr.
wodjan ifl U   I'".  KKAMY, 1-neator.
NOTICE.
Itevolitokfl Laud DUtrlflt.
Di*,trkt of Wesi Koolonar.
Taki  imii'*' that We, 0. '•  Wtuslward and II.
i     i   -.iny, of   Poplai    Creek.  |i. C,   OCCUput iflH
Pronpee-oi**,   intend to apply  for a speelal II
  i-.iiii and oiny away timber from the
ful'MwIng 'li"- lilted land*';
GEMS and JEWELRY
Our jewelry represents the most
artistic expression of tbe (solrlsinith's
craft, each article an entirely new
oreati in, fashionable to tbe hiprheet
degree, that will appeal to your
interest tho moment you view it. Our
diamonds come direct from the cutters and are sold to von lit iileimitiK
prices for gems of such quality and
beauty. Pleased lo have you see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle & Allan
Art and Beauty
are combined in our new designs in carpets. Our slock is
cemplete, and the colors rich
ami effective, the designs artistic, and the " tout ensemble "
is striking ninl 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.
R. HOWSON Sr CO.'Y.
v. «-   --     w **•*"!*•* -.**"
jfc.    •#»   «**> «*-* .-s**..,**^
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parllanent, 18%.
HEAD OFFICE, -• - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molsun Macphkbbon, Pres. S. H. EwiNo,.Vice-Pres.
Jambs Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two  branches  in  Canada  and  Agencies  in  all  parts of the
world.
Interest, rrediled four times a year at current rates on Havings
Hank deposits, until further notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
RKVBL8T0KE,  B. C.
^%-%/%^%*e^*a/%^%/v-*%*»/*4'%*v%%*v^
S. McMAHON,  - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Curriauos, WnffonH Etc., John
Deere Ploughs, Mnlino Whkous, Canada Carriage ('onipnny's
Bugficies, IM.'Miet. jr., Harden Seedors aud Cultivatora, Wheel*
wri«lit aud Blacksmith Work atteuded to. Horse Shoeing a
Specialty? 0
Central Hotel
^^.^ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.
Newly buil .      Firnt-claBB in every respect.    All modern convenience*
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates 81.60 per Day. Spec! I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   manapemeni
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ^LIBIEIRT     STOISTE     PEOP.
Queens Jtotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
i i'mi
nil., mill.I ii li'Mi iiluiili'l nil Him
I-.I
NOTICE
''eTrteii
\iM
rm  SMjS^f-..
A
Something Besides Turkey
for Christmas
|.i rullaherl iiy everyone Man
nlng ■ tine ennfect ions, VV he thai
SUI vi il nl your falilc,  or  i niin   rt
yiiui t.itiey dictates, < in v   al
win . iiiii"i. ilelloiniu   and nf snr
passing tinvor.    I'ure,  whnli'si	
and nut rltlons, Ihay ai atolilei i
in their mh|,..|iiiiiiy.
Manning's Csndy Mine
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Nf/I'ff J PJ
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inn l'.nll"y. .if Ni' mi, li'    i "•   UlnarsUsrll
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ii'.ii'i.f. to iiinii,i rn Hn- Mlrijiin ii.. ui-'l"!' fori"
i , ii iii'ui" ..i Imii  ii  nn piirno	
'ililiiliilng ii l'i i*li llinnl til   Hi"  il..in. t'lilllii.
Ali'l   rii'll" i    I uke   nnil'"  lliil   1.1 li'iii. 	
Hontlun n   iiiiiiiI  Iiii 'inn i  before tl"
iiminuro of iiicli i orlllldttlc of Improvotnonti.
Hi Hn,. li I. iii.] ol .1'" y. AH. IftMi
WuUJuiiln I.. J. A. N, l'ALll/KV.
,iu,u nl I'll rook iiii'int * nnl"^ u|i. iniii'li
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i, • -I Mil Inuiii.. Illi'lirn mill l.li Mil rim Inn In
l,,,i,,l   -,t   • ntniiii'ii'i'iiii nl.  i'.'il|tiillilliH Hill iinl'iM
.,| low,
1   ' .iniiii. nobis ut   .i   iumi   iiliini'iil nn lit'1
v.. .,i i„,i,k nr I'niiiiir Orssx, about M inili" up,
inuiii',I   "C    a    VV Imw   ninl II. K. Ilm,in!'"
,i,i oornor im"i, iin't  wost W onafns
,„ „ ij   |.   n,irsll. No, zTiiiiiiiii l.iinli kiwi
,,,,u, iwundsrr, llisnos toutn mi clislnn, thonoo
,„ t  Hi, • ,.,. I.....   tllSIIOS  imilli Kll , Inuiii. In Iinlnl
,,i. .imii" ii, "ii,, I,'. eonutlnlng mn 111111" more01
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II.  K
lll'.A.MY, Uoostors.
NOTICE.
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|,|.lr" tnl rt'"' K'.'it v.
ink" nolle* linn I. I   II. Viniiiii.'il I iitimi'll".
I,,,|,.| |,r,,|,/|il"i, liiH'ii'1   in ni'iil)' Hi   lh 0 Oil Ul
1 mnmiMlnnsf nl l.snai sad worki lor sips
, mi umtisi ii" ii"- i" en »i"i osrrif n»iiy
timbsi''"' ' I'.iinwiiiK aassnbsa Isoasi
I     r,,i ihIiik itt 11 l""il  I'IkiiI'"!   11 ml ml
InliilliK Hi"   in.rlli , ikI OOflllfOl  I.m llll  ninl
 ,.,.1     I II VOIIUK'I aoUtll'SSII iiiniiT |.n»l,"
unl .lluiili"! uli'inl  Vi  mil"  liiirlli ("."liil Ilio
1 1 ,,f  mill nl Arrnw I iik", llii'lli'" v»n»l HU
ilnilii. 1I111111. nnrili in clislni, ihciicr cn«t »i
ahait.s nnnri' wmtn sn ilislni 10 point0
i,,iiiiii,.iii'iniiciit. oontsiniuiNu inrsenorinr
"/  ooramsnolnj «t » poitplaflted stul sd<
InlnliiK Hi" niirili-i'ii.t ('nrii.T ill l.nt 1141 ana
nnirk',1 'iJ.II.YoUUI'l  mi'illi «»«l BOfBS"i   «H'I
sltuatad sbnut , raili aonh'Ssst ol ibsaasd
,,l 1 urn  ..(  Xrrmv   '«k..,   HioiH'ii nnrtli mi
,1,,ilm, th lossl in nliiilii". tlii'iii'i' iiintli SO
,.Iiiilni, ilii'iin wen in iilinlii" t" imilli "I ''mil.
mini inn, iiniiiiiltiliiii MO sores innrii nr less.
Dated Dsoeiabsf slftli IWfi
Mi.ij.uiii J, U, VOL'NO,
NOTICE
Hevclrttoke IjiihI Dlritrtct.
Di-ln.'i i.( WfiKi, Kootenay.
'l'ake notion thai I, Alex. Meltao, poStmuteT,
KevelMtoke, B C, inti'inl, '.Vi iluy-. aaur date, to
apply lo the Cliiei C'oiuuiiHHloiier of LiukIh ami
UmiH for pormlSSloO to OUt ami entry it way
timber from the fulhiwliiK riu.-cribcd tainl**:
1. Oommenoing at u poMt planted at the N
w. ooruer oi section 17. Townsliip 4Uig Bend
DtMtriet, marked "Alex. MeKac'H uortli-weMt
OOruor* and uoverinK landi formerly held uuder
Tlmbor UiOeUM Nolh'8.1, theuce Mouth NiehulfiH,
iheneeeaHi. HO chaiiiH, tlnncu north H" ohalns,
theiieo west -mi ehuliiH to poiui, of coiniueiiuo-
ment, OOUlalUlDg MO OOffN more or Icmm.
2. CominouuliiK at a uoMt planted at the H,
w, corner of Mention 2u, TowuhIiIp I, Big Bend
district, marked "Alex. Mcltue's w/m|,|i nrnt
corner, and covering lamU formerly held un-
dttr Timber Uoouie No WTHI, thenoe north HO
ehaliis, Oieuf-i cant HU chaiiiH, thenoe south HO
ehauiH, theuce went HO ehainn u> point of oom-
munocmeiit, conlalnliiK'B" iicreH more or le-.ii.
8, CommuiiuliiK at a po.i. planted at tho H,K
ooruer of Hootloti 111, Township I, Rig Heud
lii-iiriri, markeil "Alex. Meltae'i Houth-iMWt
euruer," aud covering lamU formeily held under
Tlmbof l<l<euuu No. 0, ,>. thencii uorlli mi
Onalns. tbonOI went HU ehaliiH, tlumeu south HI)
eliiiins, theueii east HU ehainn to point of coin
metieeiuent, c.uii.ftming i;iu .u n-*. more or luxs,
4    Comuieuelug at a poMl planted at the H.K.
oorner of Hectmn nu. 'rownHhip i, Hig ituud
Ihsl.riul, marked "Alex Meliae'H soiiih eMt
corner," and covering laudH formerly held mi
ilnr Tlmher LloenOfl  No,  U7H2, thetiee  north Hu
iiiiiiiiH. thenoe wesi ho oiiaiun, ihi'iii 11 Mouth tm
ilialiiH, llieuee oa-tt HU ehaliiH to point of colli*
monoomonl. cum n y. mo Mrei more or |c-t*».
,1. ( omuienclng at a pout plHiilutl at I he N K,
toilier of Mectiun |H. lowiisthlp t, Hig Houd
liiNirlet, inaikiid "Alex MeJtae'H norihcuM
corner," thenoe SOUtl) Wl ehainn, thenoe went K"
chaiiiH, tnunue north Hu ohetus, theuce eaitfui
• iiulns io point of wimiiit-iioeiiitmt, coiiUlmiiK
liiu tores more or U- *
Datod Noveuiher 10tl), ilfiV.
AUCX.  Melt A K.
Per Mi T. KdwanlH, Agent.
ildo
NOTICE
ll.ixil ,l.,kn I,mi,I In ,l ni'l
dihuiii.ni WoMi KoutfBsy.
'I'.ini imlico 11,in I, .1.  8nullllorM(lll, minor,   00
liiyMiilKir   ilillo   n, I In "lil'ly   In   Ilm  I li'ol
i nluiniisr ol Lsnqi sua Work» lur Be*.
minion to i,o" i," -« tl o Inllnwiiis lUmirilwd
rmiiiiioiU'liiK 111 a OOSl pin nl'"I £n i'Iiii iii" wvit
nf lllinil   II 11   ninl   linirkoil   "J.   Hiiini'lin-'	
...nil mi  i onriinr nnil." ilniti'it miMlli WIoIiHIiih
llnimii WO'I WlrlilllllM, llioins linrtll   HI   rli.ui".
tusnssssslW ni.».mm in point ol oommsuss'
iiini.l. , ,,i,l, nu 114(1 HOIOH i.iiiro nr Isih.
ii,ii',,i (in. '.'''.ni. inn.
J   HAUNliKUHON,
l'or  Vl. A. Hmyllni Asoi.t.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
lli.T HtadS, «niin il'. Ilinl",  I'iMli. ,lil' .,
MOUNT M>
Animal   IIhi/h Mnuiiluit
V II llnim.
Htmlto:   Vomer nl lint HI. snd lloyln Art,
lUvslstoks, U. U
NOTICE
HovolstnliO 1,1,11.1 Diitriot.
llinl.rii-l nf WohI K.iiitonny.
Toko iintico tlini I, K. M  Hmytlio,  nsrohsnt
IKI dny» oltor Unto ililimil tn npiily In tl.„ I l.,of
(iiirniiiliiiiiiuollof I.iiihIm mid Wnrka fur uor-
iiiiiMMiii Ui purolmns tlis folluwlns dimcriliod
ISBuSI
ConimonoliiK ot o punt iiliinlod 40 olinlus
nnrtli nf lln, Mouth-oil oiirnor uf tlmbor limit
llllA and iiiarkoiL"ll. M. Hmytlio'i mirtli-wOHt
onrinir  i.mii.," tnnii'o on-i 110 clitina, tlioneo
Himtli Wlehalni, tboooo won SO clinlui, ti «
inirth SO ollalui Iii point of oominsuootnout,
' iiiiiHiiiiiiK inn norei nii.ro or Isih,
iiaiod Oct. ami, n«n,
It. M   HMVTI1K,
Psr VV. A. Hmylho. Axmil.
NOTICE.
Ho.olHUiko l.iiuil DlHtrlot.
Ill,,In.-1 ,,r W.ihl Ki.miimiy.
Tako nutioo that I, VV. A. Hon.', tiii'iiinntl.s
llroiiiiiii.lllldayiiiflor dntn iiitoud Ui niMily to
idol Imii i i.ti„i,,MMi„„or,,l l.ai.il and WnrkN fur
porinlMiliiu ui pnroliaio i.... lull,,»,,,„ iloMiirllnd
luliili:
Oommseolui nin unit plsutsd sboat 1 mils
nnrtli nf llio»i.iitli..»itr.,riior ol llmlwr limit
mill and imirkod "VV. A. Ilonvn'i niutli-oait
,'nruor ixihi " ilioooa nnrtli an olislm, tnoims
wail Sll I'liallli, llionos SOUth HI • I,mm,, thonos
east IKI on inn ui limit of ooiiiinoiiooiiioni, ...,.,■
iiniiMK illn o(.roi nniro nr Ion.
Datod urn until, n.n
..,    VV, I, IIBAVO,
        l'sr VV A   Mmyllio, Ai.nl
NOTICE
Hovel itnkii Ijuiil I Mil riot,
liliirlolof WaalKooionsr,
Tako iintloo thnt w , tho LamleWitson turn-
li.'i l nmiiinij I.mill,..I. ,,l Annwiin.nl, II C ,
,,i'i'iipiiilmi l.iiiiiiinriooii. Inland lo spoly for
.,,,mn.i,inii to Inn.,,, tha fnllnwIiiK donor.hod
loro .hnro. IiiiIiik pun of tha furoibnro of Ualann
ll.,y, for InssluspuriHMSHi
I 'iiiiiiiiihioiiih at n pun Mcrllmd "l.ninli Witmn
.iioiliojrl.i," plnniod nt tho I, VV. roroor of
I„,im|ii|, I loiioo Himtliwoitorly fiillowluiihlsh-
waior mark, n iililiiMCouf lliiohnliii.
liiunil mil unth ilnr of Oeuilw, 11107.
UAsU-WAWOM liOMlih.li Co, Iv'I'D.,
By O, II, N. VVllHa, Asaut,
MARRV, DOOTOR or
ilnHpalr. '.Don't do ■
thinu;" tilt you sou clearly
what 11 oohI by did of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
nn In.nil h, iliionio, love, imii 1 in 1/0 nnd paleiitnte
ThIIh what you'd ink 1. doctor, out don't llko In
MOpsffos. ItlUMlrntod, Unonlsi but. tolntrisluon
II wo mi,mi ono only to any mliili. for pooUtuo,
III I'linli,
M   HILL, PUB. OO.
ne a«.i «e<h stro.t, nsw vork.
Jill, III IIH
DON'T
Gray's Blood Mixture
HniM Olire for KIh'iiiiiiiiIhiii,
I.iiiiiIiiikii and (li'iii'ial lie-
Iiihty.    (inly   Ilm clinlceut
ll«"I ll"  IIHl'll.
8. GRAY, Oriental Hotel THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C.
The Palace  Restaurant j
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
$5.00     Board By Week    $5.00
SINGLE MEALS, 25 CENTS.
A.H. SING,
Mackenzie Avenue.
Proprietor
MAYORALTY, 1908
To the Electors of Revelstoke:
FOR INVESTMENTS CONSULT US
If you have $6 or $5,000 to invest we can find ynn high-class
opportunities which will hring yon from live per cent, to 20 per cent.
per annum ou your money.
('•ity Lots, Houses, Iiu.sine.ss Blocks, Fruit Farms, Rural Lauds,
Hotels, Stores, Business Oppoit unit ies, Timber, Mines. City and
Corporation Bonds for sale.
Money to loan on approved securities.
Accounts collected and adjusted.
If you are interested send for our circular.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE& SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
EiEVBLSTOKB'  3=1. O.
r**%/%*a>*a>-»*aV*aV*aV*aV*aV*tr*^^
P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
HEAD OKKK'K :   Caloaky,   Albrhta.
Whoasalo and Retail Meat Merchant*
Pork Packers and De.tler    In   Live Stock.   Markets In all tbe principal   Cities and
Towns      Alberta. British  ....inntiia and tha Yukon.   Packers of tba Celebrated Bran
m     or Bacon, and "Shamrock" Brand Leaf l.ard ^
sL*V *ay*k^-*V%-»i**V%^*aV*aV*aV*aV*V%^^a^
North Vancouver Water Front
Will prove a desirahle field for in-
estment.
Values of this property will be determined by the shipping, railroad and
general development of Western
Canada.
We have secured fur quick sale a
fen choice prnpertiee and will glidly
furnish full particulars.   Call or write.
J. E. ELEINS
JAMES    WOODROW'S     OFFICES
McKenzie Avenue.
Certifleateof Improvements
NOTICE
Itriollt*. We Two.  Annie K.. Spokane, Nlpls-
piiiH and  IliiMiin  Mineral Claims situate In
the  Trout   Ijtkc Mining Division of   West
KooU'iia' liiitrii'l.
Where located-At hand of Horsed* (reck.
Take notice that I. Clara Grace Wuatfall. administratrix of Ihe H..t»tc of John Wsstlejr
Westfall. deceased. Free Miner's i crtlflcnU'.
No B KK8S. lnlend, sixty daji frum date hereof
to npply to t hu M inlng ltecorder (or cortIlli-ules
of Impruveroenta, for l tin purpose of obtalnlng-
l.'rown Grants of the ab ive cluinis.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, mint bo commenced buforo the
lamanoe of such Cortifloato of Improvement*.
Dated this Slat day of October, A.D , IUU7.
fob 4 CI.AltA OKACK WKSTKALL.
Certifloate of Improvements
NOTICE
B.S.,  r.!)„ J.W., and A K. Kractional Mineral
Claims, mIimite   In   the Trout. Uko Mining
Hi vision of «e»l Kootenay District.
Where ItcsUid-Al head of Hursufly Crook.
Take mil Ice that I, Krod C Rlllolt, Free Mill
sr's CnrtlflcaU'No II 8S2IJ, •i'IIiis as agent for
Clara Grace Westfall, and the said Clara Grace
Westfall ii'liiiliii-tn.tili nf the KstAteol John
Woiley Westfall, dcoascd, Free  Miner i (erl.l
Scat* No. B t**#. Intend, sixty dav» rfoni dale
•roof, to apply to the Mining ltecorder for
Certificate! of Improvement*, for the purpose
of obtaining a crown Omnia ol the above
claims
And further take notl'-e tlnil iicllnn, under
section 17. must lie common'cd liefnre the Issu*
anee of "iiili I'l'i'tllliale of liiipriiveiiii'nlM.
Dated this list day of October, AH. 1-07.
leh < FKKD. U. KM.IOTT,
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
St. Join SAILIIWlS  Llve'r^ol
4 Lake Champlain
10 Empress Britain
24       Corsica*!
I       Lake Erie
Feb.   7 Empress Ireland
First-Class, $55 and up
Second-Class, $40 and np
Third-Class, 27.50 and np
an. 10
an. 15
an. 24
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points in connection with steamship tickets
Passengers hooked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other continental ports.
For further information apply
T. W.Bradskaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Agent,
Revelstoke,
A.O.P.A.
Vancouver.
P.OS..
northwe-t can he more certainly pre
dieted with the prospect of a good crop.
The election of officers resulted in
the re-election of P. Lund as president,
W. A. Am tie, secretary, and Otto
Lschmiind, vice president. C. F.
Lindmark and F. W. Htss, ol Revelstoke, were present.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two:
Ladies and Gentlemen,—I am
again placing my name hefore yon as
a candidate for the nlderuiauic board
and therefore offer my services as representative lor Ward Two in the coun
cil of l'J08. If reelected I will endeavor, as in the past, to perform the
duties pertaining to that ullice to I lie
best of my abiliy. I would therelore
respectfully solicit your votes and
inlluence.
Yours faithfully,
R. H- SAWYER.
Municipal Elections 1908
At llie request, of runny of tie biipi-
uessnien and, other residents of the
i^ity, I  have consented   to  hnvc  my
lame placed  in   Domination  for  the
.(lice of Mayor for 1908.
My record as an Alderman shews
oat during my term of ollice I gave
lose attention (o the affairs of the
ity and in all cases did what I con
dered wns in the best interests of the
hole City irrespective of Ward inllu-
lces.
My opponents would, if they could,
■ad the electors to believe that a man
ho i' ii . .till   ii so   e corner grocery
ngin.se is I  •• mil)   kind  of Imsiness
ian -in ii " i > !•"■» after the affaire
f our  £       ■ %  ci'.j     I  have  yet  lo
.'am that all the business ability of
he city ia confined to that class of a
nan.   I can make such arrangements
is will permit  ol   my   devoting  such
if my lime as may he necessary to the
iffairs of the city, and my experience
if city all'.iirs I consider tits me (or the
Ilice quite us well aB any one who has
et appeared in the field.
My view,  ns  well  as  the   view   of
mny other ratepayers, is  that  if the
iiiyor and   aldermen   would appoint
apable men   to   the  different  civic
dices and hold those persons  strictly
ccountilile for good   results nnd  dene their own energie. to supervising
hat is dune and  do  less  inlerfering
i the carrying on  of  city   work,   the
ty would profit hy it.    We have h.d
■ the past some  costly experience renting from the mayor and  aldermen
ying to run nffairs   that   they   knew
otbing about and the time  Ins come
hen a change should he made in  the
.ay above referred to.    I propose to do
that I can  to surround  mvsi-lf with
apable aldermen and city nllieials and
ee that each does his little  part  and
loes it right or know the  reason why.
In regard to the question  of  sewer-
•ige, I may say, that when the  by-law
vas voted on and carried  la-t   Fall,  I
ook it lor grunted   thit Ilia council
as quite   justified   in   going  ahead
■ith this work as far as possible.
Since   the contract has   been   let,
owever, I find among the  istepuvers
very   strong   feeling    against  the
jheme as it Btands at present.
If a majority of the ratepayers wish
o have the whole question re-t pened
ind a different scheme outlined, for
;ewering the city, I stand ready to do
all 1 can to bring this about, provided
it can be done without involving the
city in n lawsuit ior breach of contract.
I think that during the next year
most strict economy should be ex
cised in all departments and it il
be my effort to effect these economies
wherever poBsiblo without "destroying
the efficiency of the different departments. Our Fire Di-partments deserve every encouragement and assistance possible and our Police and
Water and Light services must he
kept up to u proper stale of efficiency,
hut large expenditure on reads and
-treets can very well be omitted until
our finances are in better shape. I
an. favorable to a fair arrangement
being made for the disposal of the
surplus electric power which the city
controls in order that industries
requiring cheap power may be encouraged.
I ask for your support nt the po'ls
on the 16ih of January and feel
confident that I will receive the
support of a large nn j rity of the
ratepayer and trust to merit that
support throughout my term of ollice.
Yours Faith bully,
E. TRIMBLE.
Municipal Elections 1908
MAYORALTY, 1908.
To the Electors of the City of
Revelstoke:
Kevelstoke Land Dliirl.i
District of Woii Koolenny.
'lake notice that I, CO wood row of I'oplar
Crunk, il 0., oeuupatlou VroapiMitor. Iiit.mil U>
apply for a special licence to out and carry
away timber from the following deecrlbed
wndai
I. Coimiiutiolng al a poat plant*.! about I
tnlln up the fli it south fork of Pot lar Crunk on
east hank adjoining Timber Limit No. Mill, on
the west boundary, marked "C O. Wnslrow's
norlh'eaal corner post,"thuni'e south lOHehalns,
lin-iier west40chains, thence north 10" ulintns,
tin'iica east 4n ohalns lo point of commence'
ini'iit, I'lilitniiillig ag> acres more or less.
a Ciiiiiiiieii'iiiig ul. a post plumed on the
west bank of the lirst -outh fork of I'oplar
Cn ek, about 8 miles up, adjoining Timber
l.liiill No, IWI* mi the south boundary marked
•'('. 0, YVnndniw'a nortb-weit corner post,"
thi'iice eaat all ohalns, tlieucu south Wl chains,
t (..nine west HU chains, thenco nnrtli SU chains to
I'niiii of I'liiiiiiienciiiiiitnl, containing 010 aoros
more or less.
Incut wl tnt.li December, IIKU,
wed Jan lo 0, O. WOODItilW, luoalor,
SHARES FOR SALE
Imperial   Development    $460 00
Hunk of llritiah (Joliiinhia    1 III U0
Nicola Coal and Cuke    IKI IKI
('oluinliia Fruit and Und    100 00
Hewitt Mines       G 00
Kovul Collieries  25
Charles  Dickens        10'j
WANTED TO PUHCHASK
Great West l/ian.
To the Electors of Ward Three
Ladies and Gentlemen:
In response to the expressed wishes
of a large number of electors of ihe
city, and of the influential deputation
of business men who waited on me
with the request that I should allow
my name to go in nomination for the
mayoralty of Kevelstoke for the ensuing, 1 recognise that it is the duty of
every man to respond to the call of
his fellow-citizens if he can thereby
serve the public interest.
I have therefore the honor to advise
you that I am a candidate for the
oliiee of Mayor in the coming election,
and request the favor of your support.
If ell'Oted it shall he my earnest endeavor to bring about a reduction of
taxation, and to insist on the ecouom
icnl administration of the civic finances. The taxation at present levied
is a heavy buidcn on th^se who make
their h- lues in Kevelstoke, and the
rate of taxation must he reduced.
I am in favor cf a rc-adjustment of
the city assessment, so (hat it shall be
more equitably apportioned, and consequently reduced on improved property. This will mean nut only a
saving to bona tide citizens in their
annual tax hill, hut will place the city
in a more favorable financial posi'ion
so that its h >ndi will command a
higher price than under existing
conditions.
I am in favor of permanently surfacing with crushed r.,ck the main
thoroughfares of the city at such time
aB the revenue will justify the undertaking of such work.
The expenditure must be placed on
a systematic basis, consistent with
public works being carried out in the
most efficient manner, and yet to an
extent sufficiently within the revenue
to ensuie the civic finances being
placed on a sound footing, so that tbe
frequent issue of debentures shall not
be ncce'sary.
Your Ohedient Servant,
CHAS. F. LINDMARK.
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Two
NOTI E
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Revei.-toLe Lnn.l Dir-Lr.fi*.
District ul w -i K • i«ii..v.
Take notice widt 1. J. hu Kenneth M* L°nn. oi
R.ifl.-inae, H i', .u.-il--t..i«b, n. ti.ti to apply
fur u aix*. id l.i*8i b tu cut .uubbf iruai fa
foll.-ViL, ile-icribed lund   ;
Commencing -t a i*'.-: pla-jited n (joining
timber limited I4H, and isarkul J- huuuuih
Klols-ean't tinru-'d-t owner." shu-ho at*, nt
t to ...lie; , i liaif-'-H.. Cre k ou tue
vest Bide <<f Armv ...-.>■ hence we*: **U
chain-, thence soa-i. 80 chains, iheuco ua-t ao
chains, thence Lori.. 80 ciioiL: topoiutof cow*
meuc-jment  ■  ■....-.. ■.. \_ -.ii acres more ur less.
Dated Dec. 10th, 1907.
satdec 14      JOHN KENNETH McLEAN.
PROCLAMATION
Public notico is hereby pi von to the electors
of the Municipality of Revelstoke, that 1 re*
quire the presence of the said elector*, at the
City Clerkfs ollice. City Hall. McK>ozie Aveuue.
in the said city, on the 13th day of January.
1008, at 12 o'clock noon, fur the purpose of
electing persons to represent thorn iu the muni-
olpaJ Council as Mayor and Aldermen, and aUo
for tho purpose of electing two School Trustees
The mode of nomiuatiou of candidates shall
bo as follows:
The candidates shall be Dominated in writing]
the writing shall be subscribed by two vuter*. of
the municipality a*« proposer and «ec inder. and
shall be delivered to the Returning OhVer at
any time between the date of this notice and t
p m. of the day of the nomiuatiou; and in the
event of a poll being necessary raoh poll will be
opened on Thursday tho ltJth day January 1908.
in the City Clerk's ullice In the City nf Revelstoke, and kept upon between the hour of nine
o'clock iu tho forenoon and ths hour of seven
o't-lock in the afternoon, fur taking and record-
tug tho votes of the electors of the said Oity, *>t
which every person ig hereby required to take
notice "nd Kovt-ru him>elf accordingly.
Tho persons qualified to be nominated for and
elected as Mayor shall lie such person*- as are
malo British subject! of the full aire of tweoty
one yearn aud are not disqualified under any
law, and have been for the six mouths next
preceding the day nf nomination the retristered
owner in the Land Begtltn Office of laud or
real property iu tbe city uf the assessed value
on the last municipal Assessment Hull of One
Thousand Dollars or more over and above any
registered judgment or chari*e, and who are
otherwise duly qualified as municipal voters.
The persons qualified to be Dominated for
aud elected as Aldermen shall be such persons
as are male British subjects of the full age of
iwffiiy-iii.it years aud are uot disqualified uuder
any law, and have been for the six months next
preceding the day of nomination the registered
owner in the Land Registry Office, of land or
real properly in the city of the assessed value,
on the last municipal Assessment Roll, of Fire
Hundred Dollars or more over aud above any
registered judgment or charge, and who are
otherwise qualified as municipal vuters.
The persons qualified to be nominated for and
elocted as School Trustees shall h*> such persons
as are householders aud being British subjects
ol the full age nf twenty-one years and other-
wist'qualified to vote at au election of School
Trustees.
Every candidate nominated shall signify by
a writingaccompanyiug the nomiuatiou paper,
his consent to such Humiliation, except in case
such persun be absent from the municipality
when such absence shall be stated in the Domination paper.
Every candidate nominated for mayor or
alderman shall, on or before the hour of two
p.m. of the day of nomination, furnish the Re-
turniu*f Officer with a statement in writing,
specifying the laud ur real property upon
which he qualities.
Given uuder my hand at Revelstoke this 2nd
day of January, 1U08.
CHAS. J. AMAN,
Returning Officer.
To the Electors of Ward Two:
Ladies and Gentlemen,—I have
been requcHted by a number of ratepayer to represent them at the coming civic elections and have allowed
my Hume to appear in nomination for
alderman for Wind Three.
If elected I will do all in my power
to further the interests ul our city. I
will curtail expenses, except where
necessary for the coining year aa much
aa possible and work in harmony with
the repreaentatives of Wards 1 and 2.
Soliciting your vote.
Yours faithfully,
HUGH SYMTHE.
NOTICE
lli'V-lsloll,' Ijilul lllsli'lrl,
lllslrlutilf West Koiiliinay,
Talis mill"'  ilint A il. Johnston of  I'nnlar
Cl'lll'k,   ......lull lull   Mi'H lllllll, llll'llll" III Hl'l'l)
fur it »ii 'lul lldonrn to (iiil and carry away Ilm
• r (nun tho fiilliiivina- ilusi'rlt "I lands!
i oinini'iii Iuk at a yost ulanM about vl
iiillcs up I'niilai (Irons finin I'oulur lownslUi,
nil'llia" lur Ills iniitli nasi ooroiir "' Tlmlii-r
IJinlt, mm, marked 'A. (I. John Ion's south
won fin ni'i laist," tluiiir.. cast Hit chains. Uiouoc
nnrtli 80 ohmns, thillina woslHtl chains, tlinuso
mullh   Sll   chains   I.I  imlnl "I  • .»..,<- t.
cniitnliiiiiK Mil acres mora or loss.
I,iiciil.il IHII. Don., IWii'.
A. il. .HIIINHTIIN,
Wi'UJanlO 11. K, lloaiiiy, A»onl.
Above Niihjcct to loiillriniitioii.
I'rosiMicttiHiii Mini pitrticulitrs con
(■(iinliiK any of these (JompHiiles on
application.
APPLY TO
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, Ltd.
McKemie Avenue, Hovelst-ike.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Kcrlili/nrs, ll.-.' Supplies, Hprs.y Pumps
HprayiiiK Material, Out Flowers, etc
Oldest established nursery on tin
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M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
gaSSMNQUiSS ANS IIIBNOWII* vAaoauvia'i.s
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Three
Ladies and Gentlemen,—1 hog t(
announce myself as a candidate lor
re-election as alderman lor Ward H,
at the request ol many of the rate
payers, and il elected 1 will work Ir
the ho-! interests ol Ihe city ami
therefore respectfully solicit yout
support.
Yours (althfnlly,
J. ABRAHAMS0 ..
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward Three
At the request of a n in tier of
friends I have consented to have my
name placed in nomination as Alderman in Ward Two for 1908.
I heartily endorse the candidature
of Mr. Edward Trimble lor mayor, and
promise il elected to give him my licit
support in im effort to give kevelstoke
good government tor 1908.
I have no other piomises to make
and auk your support on the Kith
instant
G. S. McCARTER.
FRIENDS,—I have been urgently re-
(jn.'i-ted bv a large nutiilier of tbe
e ivors of this Ward to allow my
iiiime to be put in nomination as a
ai.didate for the position uf Alderman
of your Oity. Although a cituen ol
Revelstoke for the past ten years I
have n'.ver taken any active interest
in municipal work, but believe it to
be the dutj of every business man >o
take his share uf the responsibility ol
how the City's finances a e lo be expended and how ttie City is to be
governed.
I have therefore consented to allow
my name to be placed in nomination,
and leave myself entirely in your
hands. 1 do not think that when I
am willing to give my services to you
I'nvly, that 1 should be obliged to visit
you personally and ask for your support If you have confidence in me
and think that 1 am capable ol discharging, with the other members
elected, the duties of this ollice, then
1 have a right to look for your support.
As an independent candidate entirely untrammelled by any clique,
corporation or political pmty, I will
pledge my.support to everything thai
will advance the interests of our city.
I will endeavor to economize in ih(
expenditures, curtail as lur as possible,
unless   absolutely   necessary ami only
(or permanent work, the expenditures
for public works, until the li miners ol
the Oity are in a more healthy state
1 will advuCHte a readjustment ol the
Assessment, and a reduction of th.'
Taxes, and Witter aud Light Kates.
If these ideas   moat   with  your ap
promi, your   support   on elec ion day
will be my answer.
YourB respectfully,
W. M. LAWRENCE.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE.
Berelitoks Land Diatrict.
District nf West Kootenav.
Take notice that I, J Dougal of Nakusp
Captain, iuteud to apply for permissiou to purchase ths following described lands;
Commencing at • post plauted at the N. W
corner of Lot HO, MH, running south SO chains,
thence west 20 chains, theuce north 20 chains,
thence east 20chaius toipoint of commencement.
Dated Dec 19th, l&n.
JL'UL'S DOUGAX,,
J"Q4sat D. Dewar, Agent.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Uicd District.
District Ol Weil Kii.iloiny.
Take nonce that t;harle» McNicholla, ol 811.
v--ri.-u.ii.i .,01 ...j. nthiu, umbercruiser, intend,
iu a|.|... lor ipecial timber license, over tba
oliuwinn described lauui :
1. ' -iiiir.•■!■ iuK ai » poit Blamed on tba
east branch ol liBiey creek about liuilla,
ir.'in iho tuiki. marled ••(.' Mc.Mcbulla''Viutu-
»esl corner poit," ihence So cnaius Dona,
ibeuco su chains east, theuce SU uliaini south,
ihence 91 eliaina wesi to place ol commence-
lucut, containing liw acrei mure ur leas.
Daled lSIb Uecember. 19U7.
i. (-ommeuclug at a post planted 2% mllei
upl'suyun creek un wosi side marked "O. Mc-
Mchulli' suulb-be.t corner nuit " thence 160
,'haluseait, ihence 40 chains uorib, ihence Iwi
ciiains aesl, ihence «tl chains aouth lo place ol
cmniencement, c-omalulUK 6*. acres mora or
leu.    Lucaled December l/lh, I«u7.
CliAKL Jo McMXCHOIXS.
Date Dec. Ueth, iau7. ui dec 2s
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Iu   tho  matter  of  tbe Winding Up Act bains
chapter   IM  of  tbe   Housed    Statutes   uf
Lauadai
and
Iu the matter of The Blwood Tin Workers Uold
Mluing Company uf Lardeau,  Hnn.-b  Col.
umbia, Limited, Nou-personal Liability.
Notice is hereby giron mat upon tbe petition
uf Charles Lewis au order was made by the
Honourable Mr. Justice element in tbe above
matter, datod tbo :-7lb Lleceuiuer, 1SU7, wucrotiy
it aas ordered u.i tbe above-uamed company
be wuund up under tbe pru.isiubi of tbe »ind-
mg Up Act aud that John E. Junes, of Camborne, B.C., was appoiutal frovisiuual Liuui*
dator. *
Further take notice that iu and by aaid order
luesday tbe Uatday ul January, UUL at the
uuur ul lu-.'M u'cluca in the fureuuon at tne
court Huu.-o. Vaucuucer, B.C., was lixed as the
time aud pia e lur tne appniutmeut o' an
ulbcial liijuidaluruftheaoova named company
ui umch an parties cuueerued are requeued to
take notice.
Hated tun 90th December, 19U7.
MABTIN, 1.HAJU 4 BOURNS,
lirauiille Street, Vancouver, B.C.,
Suticlturs fur the Petitioner.
jan » .1
The tllty Council Invites application ' • -
position  of (Ji'y  t'lerk.   with  wbh I
associated tho ullice. of City Treasi
sor and Colleotor.    Applicants to st
required,   and   forward   reference-   '
ajiplicatlons,   which   shnultl   reach  li
signed hy Junliiicy 2IHh, 1906.
Kovolstoko, II.('., boo.list, 1907.
H. PI OVD.
td City Clark.
NOTICE
Municipal Electionsl908
To the Electors of Ward One:
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward One :
I.jtlllKH AND OKNTIiKMAN,— At the
request ol a large number ol the rale
payers I have anuin consented to he
-ami a candidate lor reelection as
alderman in the above Ward. II
(iiecl.il I will give my best attention
to furthering the interests nl the city
and ii".|Mrifiilly solicit your votes aid
inlluence.
Yours faithfully,
J. A. STONE.
I.AIIIKS  AND    (lltNTMiMKN,—At     till'
request of a largo niiinher ol ratepayers of Ward One, aud as a supporter nl
Mr. Ktlward Trimble, I have been
asked to allow my name to stand for
nomination aa Alderman in the coming election, and have consented to dn
so
Though not a resident of th" Ward
my Interests are licitvily invested in
Ward One and if elected I will do my
utmost tO luri her Ihe interests of the
ward hi .1 the city as a whole.
Holiciting your vote and influence,
I am,
Youra faithfully,
W. A. FOOTE.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby alven flmi a cheque
for a*:mi.l2, dated Jiin.lth, 1908, drawn
liy mc in fnvoi nf O. II, lliiuin Al Co.,
on the linpeil.il liauk of Canada, Kevelstoke brunch, Iuih liean lost,    ah
peiiniiN lire hereby iviiined iignliiNt
taking,   ti'titllilnu; nl' e.'i' hlng Ihe -llllli'
ii payment thereof Iuih been stopped.
Any person retaining or litany way
ilciiHiii' with siilil cheque will bellablo
to iirnieout ion.
Jan. llih, Hsih.
Oi \V. ADUAHAMHON.
LADIKI  AND (iKNI'l.K'MHN I
I   nm*«ga:.u nlTiriiig   myself
candidate   fur   Alderman     lor
Ward     H.iuiild my attention  lo your
business during   the past   year   have
met with your approval  I solicit
vole aud iiilliu'iirc,   nnd if   elected
I romise lo liiithlnlly serve you.
j. j. WOODLAND.
as   a
VOIII
your
I
Municipal Elections 1908
To the Electors of Ward One :
ltcvcl*U)ke Laud Ih-ttir1
Di-irici of Weal KouL- nay,
'j'uku noiii'c that Nell ThotDAaKdwardiof
It-vi-l-U)ku B I'., CroiitT. initrnd-. to apply f-r
rtpetiUU ilceoeei ovur thu luiluwiog divuribuai
latnl*.;
1 Commcnclm. at a pont plH»U>d about tWU
milt'H dinUiiit and in au etteterly dnm' ion frun
■ ho Miuib*wi*Mi corner of .-»t tion i, m Tuvrnabij
... itcvi'i-tohi; ii.ui'i Distriet*, uud inarked "Nel*
itiuioH    Kdvt.irti-.'   .(itiui weei ounier*"thena
north .**" elmuif-. thonoo cast *-i chami, thonc.
.ml h   ni   oIlAlnt,   tlieucu ,vt"*t ■-" tll.iiiKto tb<
point of cou.uienoomen- <■• nunmnu «n» aore
inoreot teaa, and being ^**ct u»n I in Township 3.
2. Oouiineaulug M >\ poet plantod about ont
mile di->iam and m hu easterly direction fro<
tho 8out|i-on*.i oorner of Beution i«, TowoahipS,
[lovelsuke  Laud  Diatriol and tn.trki'd MNeli
I lionius Edwarai' north wc-tt corner," thence
cant H*' obains, t li.n. * -'..it f, -•' chum--, thence
ivi'si .-'I cliauiH, thence north xu chainr to the
iioini oi uomnenoementi contaiuifiKiiio mTn-
more or lues and being Section il,Township •'-
3. yonimenelng at a po»-t planted a' out one
iniludiHinul and in an ttiterly dinxtion from
tho rtoiith-ea-*! corner of 8'*cl|on 16 In Townnhip
.1, ReveUtOaS l<aud UUtrTot, und marked "NeU
11, mm ImIv.uk!' i-oulli-wenl cornui," Ibiinee
north W ohalns, thenoe * --i •"' chain-, thenoe
Mouth HDclmiiiH, thotict' West HO rha|tin to point
of commencement- containing ■»*'» acruNinoro
or hi-' and being .Suction U In TuwmthlpJ,
4. i iiiiiiniiniiiK at a punt planted about one
iiiil.- diniiuii and in au outerlj dlr-**alon from
the Houth-uatl rniti'-r of BeOUOB -*•. <n Township
;t, Ken'l-iii.'' ImuA l»iii 11- i and mat Iced ' Nell
'lliotna-i Kd .Mud*' north went curoer," thenoe
im .i ■■*'■ iImiiii", Hn in r   noilth   ""  ehaim. Uit-'iioe
wmhi n> chaiiiH, Lhenoa both &) ohaini u> tbi
poinl "f oommencerosnt, conLMiiiinirMvatTpii
more or len*-, aud l>eing Section tS In ToWUhlp
'6,
*.'i. Coiumeiiclng al a pOSl planted about onu
mile duutnlund In an iiuterl) diroctioii from
ttie -(mi li earti, corner of BootiOO ■>- ia '1 owti->blp
.1, I;, v. I t"k.- Land Ihnlrirt, and mat k> <l "Noi*
I bODU J'.'l vMii'l*. nuuth went corner," them*
ii»rtb W chainh, t hence «a-it HH itnaUU
Ibi'iiee Hotllh Ho ehaliiH. (heliot) wwit Wl ihalu*.
tO the pi.nil of eoliinitiieeiiHtiit, and eoiiUlinng
M i aereN moie or I.■*>-. and tMjing S>" nun JSol
Township &
0. ' ommnnrlng at a po«t planted one mile
dlitSJll sod m 'tu eanlorly direction frt.ui the
north eaal oorner of Bw tion H, in lovvnthtp ;.,
lli*»jHloke Land Ih-linl, ami marked "Nolr.
ThoniaM KdwanU' north went mrner,' thruoe
essl W ohainSi Uteute coinfi Mi i-tmlim, them-<-
mihl m ohaJoSi toence oorinwchains totiie
iMiiui. of oommeneenenL nnd contaioiai Oil
iuien more or lese, and i^-hik ~<-m >u h u
rbwninlpl.
7, i u.iiiim ie uiu at a pout pliinU-d one mile
dlHiaul   and In   an eauteily dlrti'tion frum 'he
Miuibea-'t oorner -t Veolloo *. Townempi
ItevoutOKe  i-rftml  Dlstrleti '-nd marked "well
I lionet" Kdwnnh amulh wunl OOfO; r, Uh-iick
uortb Hit r'hMlun, iheniM i'K-i tUubalna, Uiente
-ujiilh nohaUHi theiKu   w.'-i "-*  obalhl tu point
of oommeooementi and itootatning otu terse
nn.i!■ m Iumm and txilng H^tiun 1, in luwuihlp
I.
Dated DM. lib, I.i'.
Niitdeo 7       NKI-.H  UlnMAS KDWAHDU.
-NOTICE.
BeTOlatoktj L--*.uu Uun.rml,
jjiBLrict oi v\ ■;.-*(, K,uou-uay.
Isiko uuucw mat 1, D   Unwar, of Arrowhead,
v rui-(*ir. intend io apply tor petmiaeion topur-
eutt-rb tut* luiiuwiug a..-.LTii«*a lauds;
(JoiDtumiciutf  at   the ti ii. corner of Lot No
foAo*    nuauog uortu 4o cnam-., lueuce eautliiO
u.-.ua, luouce auukti  40 tri.aiii.-, ttieuce we»t lrjO
i-.iaiii." ko puiut oi Lumineucaiueui.
Llaimi uou. 4.u, 1WU7.
eat jau 4 d. DSWAB.
NuTICL
Kevelaioke Laou u.^;:-.:.
oiitnutui llnUuuuu.,.
lalta nuuca mat Anu.. i Armstrong, al Ar-
mwueau, u. c,, octiupauuu Miuer, luwndi
m »eeij (or aipcuai umber Ucauca over tna
lulls,a lug ileacrilM-u laud;
touiumucluf at a poll planted about IM vda.
i^r.n u. pusimaravsi N. w. Jltii. aua maracd
■itotairl ..ruiiiruua'i b.W. corner puat," uieuc*
,j c.aiui u. rtn. w cnaiai «*«i^u unaiui aoutn,
kl .naius act to poiut.l cou.aieucaa.aut,
unto inn autn day ul KuV., 1SU7.
•at nuv U auaau. ajaJSdTaO.ia.
iiOTilJE
vulatoke LdUid L-*«waui.
Kiel ol KooitiiAa/.
..« notice tiint j. juho Albert Kirk, of Rot-
.sjhe, tf.c. occuLMatiuai o. ^. i«-.,.a ourtcyu ,
,«ua uu »ppi>' im t-eruni»*.,uu m* puBotaaee uio
.       '.Ml.fi  'Ats-H-l 1U1.U I..UUI
1  ..inn..:ie.;ii.K   at  a  |>u*-t piautod abouI forty■
...I. ij,', i.h.iuif huui, Ui -a**4 uvtvh Mealwnfwcvt
LsOt nt n ItiUUBOstjU I ui i.Uioli lU anu ■ ju. U***D
.•i.4/. liruup uiiu ti-; iu.ii.v nih. mi) iuu,
uatim:    illcnoe    -.'JU...    luit*  U\o    {tot    llmus;
aiieui-e east autij tiAvuiMUavM tu»uutuiu^iJ»utnf4
u.*liii atoll. MuTomw i, u-i
NUIIoh
Kevelstoke Land Unutti*
Lfl-trt: I of   V*w>i K.,..*-,. ,y.
Take notice Wat I, t. a. Uetfey,  mine man*
ia,'Mt. "' 'i-iv- after uate muiuU ...aiA-,, - M-t.ua
. niel i uiiiiiii--Mnier oi UuOi aa ■ rt.*f»* iwr
,,,-, jiii"luii to t'ureliu.-.s »ue iullvwius ■'•-" fiovd
lands i
i ouimeuciiiK at   a   punt   plauted   40   cliaue.
,,.rl !,  ul   UilJ   vii„ :,-((.I~l  .  ..     ,1.1     Ul     ....,11*0-     lull it
hJM aud markod "K. H. Uuitey a u .-»u*e**.*.t
corner post, thenco bouth ftu unaiL.-,, innuue
*•; 1 *--.'ii.uii- theme norm su ciiaiua, tueuce
.!„■:. -vI-.'inn.:, to -joint uf ooaiiueuceuieut, eou-
taiuiui< i*t'j arre-t mora or l«ss.
Uated Oct. 2t>th, 1W07.
F. H. UUKKKY,
Per VV. A. fc.11.yihe, A«-euk.
in the * * mn t > Court of West Kuoteuay, huldeo
at UeveUtoke,
1.. the matter of Jo&eph Dolau, deceased,
aud 	
In the matter uf the Administrator*' Act,
TAKK NUTII K, that by ao Order of Hie
Honor J, A. Form, made tne Ut>h day uf OcU>*
oer, I'-"'.. I wan apiMiiuted Admiuiitralorof
.)■ i-epn Uolan, deceased, aud all purlieu haviug
i.nui* asaiust the naid K*itate are hereby re-
iiuired io furaiah itaoie pmperly verified to me,
■ n or beforo the -iUt day uf -January, IgUB.
All pariiea indebted   tu the  aeid a«i,ate are
reijuired to pHy the awuuut uf ludebtedueia tu
me before the .114 of Jeuuary, jyuS-
Dec   11th. JW7.
FHKD FKA8KH,
dec 14 4t _____ Administrator.
NOTICE
lie eiiloke Land Liuiirict
In hi net of Went kutsUuay.
Jakeuolice lhat I, W. A. tfaiiiu, agent, W
Jays after date iuteud to apply tu the thief
1 -'uiuii»»!ouer of Lands aud nurka for pvr*
misaioii t" pureiiase the fulluwlue described
lauds:
( ommeiicins at a puat planted about H mile
i.'.f Hi nf .'iuih -i*i-i corner of umber limit 7010,
.ind marked "W A gmythe's 0 W ooruer puat,
tben<e north *)chaius, theme east SU riieiu*
thenoe -.uili to- chains, theiice west IU chaius to
i-i.ot of 0111,mom win-tut. ouuiaiuiag 040 aorea
more ur leea-
IiatedOoi. Mth, inn;.
VV. A   HM1TUK.
NOTICE.
HaviiiK bean inked hy a committee
ol nliictors from Ward One to stand as
a representative lor that Ward at the
oiniiiiiK civic elections, I have decided
to plni'O inysoll lor nomination.
I do not  helinve   in   making  many
proml'ei, beoituie promliii often fall
through, hut I will promise to look
lifter the interests ol the city in ever)
particular that come liefnre me, anil
if I keep the interests ol the city
hclore me, I do not think I oan go very
far astray,
I nsli (or your support, on January
Kl'h nnd feci sure Mint during Mn
ensuing   year   il   elected  I shall ineti'
i.'int lupport,
YlJtlllH   r'AtTIIKI'I.I.Y
PETER HOOLEY.
NOTICE
llavclKtokv' l.ni'l l.liirlct.
Illilrl.-t (il West Kisilt'iiav.
Niitui' i'i lii'i'l y given that thirty
days from (lie (late hereof I   intend  lo
upply to the Ohiel OommtMlouer of
I .ninl.. ninl Works for pi'iinissinii to
cut nnd carry amiy tiinlnr fiom the
following (li'sri ilic.l IiiiiiI:
(Joiiiiucnciiig at a post iilanied mi
Hie inn ill slur of (lie ,N.K. Aim "I
Upper Arrow Like al the li, Iv (J, I..
rait, e. I., ami marked it. Smith's
H, I'.. *'•.' ThUOe west In.If a mile,
llleiue in 11 ill one mile, tlieine (n~i
inn Inill niile, nun 11 m leal to lads
illuie, llicoce iiliuig like sliii.' 1.. p in
ol eiiiiiiiieiiiieuieiil.
It, SMITH,
I'ev 11. 0. Hull. Agent.
Uateil lieu. lUlli, Its),.
West K".il"iiax llllld Ul.trltl.
Ui strict of Woat KiwUinar
Taku   mil I..■   that  Jamns  Ailauis ttu-tsun. of
li.iluil., Minn., i :- A . oooupailon llinbar
ii.'si.'i. mi.-nil- lo apply lor a spuclal Umber
llMBM ""■' iih' fultowliig descritsid lands:
('ouiln''iiL'iii|( at a poll ptaiitaal al tba N. W.
.lonn-r post nt 1', J, No ir'.'s mi tbe weal sld, u(
Iho I l'|"i Arrow Lain, and markod "(J, L>.
(iowartts S.K. ourner," Uieuoe weal IUU ehams,
tlietiee s"Utli 111 clialna, thenco east 100 chains,
Lin-ncv nun li iu chains lo point of commencement.
Htakad Nov. Ith, IHU.
a k. oovvABu,
Asi'llt ter J.iiniH Adams metaou,
lial.sl ll. ■    lad, 11,17, wn.1 il.'i: «
NOTICE
K.t.Uloki. l-.ii'l   iMetilit,
I m-i 11< I of Weet Kooiemiy,
TAKK NOTIt B that Oeorgt Mrt'arter, of
Hevel-iPike. II ( , Ageut, iuteuda tu apply fnr
permlssloB to purchase the followiug deeerieed
lands :
< oin*ueucfus ata post 11finted at the oortb-
msI oomei of i...t -'!•; in Uroup One, Ktaiteuay
lit-re li Ui Dee weal ll tilV chain*, theuce
r.h -*i ■ ii.in... thence went 10 chamat tbenre
rtli ■•' cbelna, thence etnt ,\- Iv chains more
nt leal ui the we-t brink of the » mumbi* M,v«e ,
> 'ieu' a Epllowing the we»i bank id tbe ( uluiti-
bis Hirer -•11.1.-*ri) 10 the txilot uf eommeuee*
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Dated November lit.. 1W1. Mot. e THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Died
McI'hekson—At Trout Lake, Friday,
Jan. 10th, Pearl, beloved wife of
Hugh McPherion, aged 30 years.
Local and General.
The provincial legislature opens tomorrow.
S. S. Taylor, K.C., was elected mayor
uf Nelson on Monday by  acclamation.
TU LET—New liouio, or part of
house; every convenience. Apply to
Maii.-Hkrai.ii Ollice. Jan. 15 3t
The first annual ball under the
auspices ol Fire Brigade No. 2, will be
held in the Opera House on Friday,
February 21st.
The Ladies' Guild ol St. Peter'B
Church invite all their friendB to the
afternoon tea on Wednesday, Jan. 22,
at the residence of Mrs. H. Cunningham MorriB, Third street west. Silver
coin admission.
Work has been re-commenced by
tbe Dominion Government on the
wing dam on the Columbia here and
a large gang of mtn will shortly be
employed to complete the work before
the rise of the water.
The Ladies' Guild of 8t. Peter's
Church are holding an afternoon tea
on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the residence of Mrs. H. Cunningham Morris,
Third Street west. Admission a silver
coin.
The Knox Church Sunday school
wishes to thank all those who so
kindly contributed towards the library.
The school having received over one
hundred books up to the present
time.
The Matron ol the hospital wishes
to thank the refreshment committee
native Hospital Ball lor donations of
table delicacies, Mrs. E J. B urne lor
cake, Miss Hobbe for cake and MrB.
McLauchlin for fruit.
There passed away on Monday
morning at the Victoria hospital in
the person of the Hon. G. A. Walkem
one of the most prominent men in
British Columbia. The deceased has
had a brilliant career, being judge ol
the supreme court of British Columbia and twice premier ol the province,
besides held several important orlices
in the Cabinet. Deceased was 7o years
old, and his denth will be deeply felt
in every circle.
A LOT   OF   HARD   WORK
is necessary tofcoep up the high
standard of m-oceries bandied
here. We are kept pretty busy
in selecting the guild,qualities
from the many inferior grade
so temptingly offered us. Our
reward lies 111 your continuous
satisfaction with the groceries
you purchase! here. How great
that.-atisfaction Id you can determine , by giving us u trial
order to-day.
BREAD PURITY
is of prime importance In the
healthful sustenance of life. Pure
sweet, wholesome, satisfying
bread is our mil put, day in. day
-nit, week ill, week out. If not
acquainted with   the   excellence
I of uui- bread, hasten your tria
order this way and be convinced
of its superiority.
HOBSOJ*   (3L   BELL
_
WHO
MAKES
YOUR
MEDICINE
That's a fair ques
lion.
Alter  the
doctoi
has
pre-
scribed foi
you,
then
who
makes   the
medicine ':
Our
business    is   ni-ik
ng
good
medicine   t
0    the
doctor's
ordei-N.
■   WALTER BEY.S, Phm.B.
Pku.gist &  Stationer
^1
YOU CANT
MAKE ANY MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY
NICOLA COAL
REAL EST AT I'I,    INSURANCE:—Fire, Lifend
Accident;    MONEY TO LOAN
K INCAID     &    ANDERSON
-__ F I R S T   S TREET art
tai_- —  *«
Mr. uud Mrs II. A. Brown left on
Saturday night for a trip through the
Okanagan.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. MoRtie give a very
enjoyable prngre'dive whist parly on
Motidny night.
T. Walker, of Victoria, Qraud Muster
of Kxclnqmr of the  Knights  ol   Pi-
thins, of H.O , passed   through   10   the
Const on Saturday night.
H. G. Parsons, Ml' I', lor Golden
district, spent Monday in (be city, en
rotiti lor the opening of the Legis
latiiie nt Victoria to-morrow.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. llav entertained
a number of their friends nl Willow
Creek ranch last evening. A mos
enjoyable time was spent, the hos
and hostess sustaining l hi ir repute
tion ns admirable entertainers.
Business Locals
Trial balance and blank bonks at
BeWK* drui* store.
Patronize Home Industry. Smoke
Revelstoke Cigars.
MtittrHsst's. pillows and bedding at
C. I). IInine iv Cos.
RevelEtoke Cigars   Union Made—Out
Special, The Union,  and Marca Vuel
are ahead of all others.
Lonely suit sale at Grossman & Mor
rison's Tweeds, blue and black
union label.    Your choice .f 10.
A complete dinner set for $10
others Bt $12, up to $20. nil differed
deaignB—C. B. Hume & Co.
See our corner window (or a largi
display of English dinner sets, all un
packed within the last few days at C
B. Hume & Go's.
See the blue and black worsted and
■ergo suits, imii n made. January
sale. Your choice at $10. All sizes.|
CreBsman it Morrison.
Our bargains this week f. r Friday
and Saturday only are glass fruit
dishes, 60c. per dozen, and glass butter
dishes and spoon holders at 121c. each
—O.B.Hume & Co.
The general annual meeting of the
B. O. Fruit and Produce Exch uge
will be held on Wednesday, Kebuary
f>th, in this city. Representatives
from all parts of the province will be
present. Important business will be
transacted and the election of ollicers
for t lie year.
Polling for the municipal election
of 1008 for mayor and aldermen will
take place tomorrow (Thursday, Jan.
16) at the city ball from 9 a. m. till
7 p. 111. The least you can do as a
citizen is to make use of your franchise and cast your vote tomorrow
for the welfare of your city.
Charles Tuniross, Sr. and W. Can
succeeded in bringing a horse Irom
Boyd'fl lianche to Revelstoke, a distance oi over 40 niileB, in the remarkably short time of three days. They
left the ranche, which is a little south
ol Downie Creek, on January 5th, aftei
traversing the mountain trail through
three to four feet or more, reached
Revelstoke on the 8th in good condition. This feat has never been
accomplished before under the con
ditions iu  such   a   remarkably  short
Good work is being done in Vancouver by the Salvation Army Immigration Department where help ol all
kinds, domestic and larm can be
obtained. This bureau is ready to
supply domestic help to those homes,
who will inform the Immigration
Department as to what they require
Handlers can alsj obtain help and
any information or particulars are
forwarded to any part nf the province.
Good domestic help is badly needed in
aliuoBt every  city   and   the  salvation
Army have a large number ol girls to
place in private houses 1 r wherever
needed most. The department will
only place men and women where
absolutely needed and   this  will   help
to prove a valuable asset to the province as well as the oity. Ladies who
desire good domesiicB and seivnnt
girls should certainly apply to Adjt.
VV. J. Wakefield, Salvation Army
Immigration Department, 301 Hastings street. East Vancouver, where all
particulars and inlormation will be
given.
The "Bonnie Brier Bush" presented
by Mr. C. P. Walker on Monday night
at the opera house was one of the
best productions both in histrionic
ability and stage setting that has
visited Revelstoke, The piny is a
dramatisation of Ian McLaren's famous book and follows closely its pretty-
story. The plot, although there is
little of it, is so well known that it
(loesn'nt need describing. The cast
ie admirably sustained and the true
breath of the Scottish heather is felt
all through, coupled with the rutged
life ol the lolk. The play centers
round a romantic love story i f a
noble with a peasant, when the strict
Presbyterian rules of the times caused
much trouble in the course of true
love against parental obedience. Altogether the Bonnie Brier Bush was 11
first rate production and pleased an
enthusiastic audience. Miss McCann,
a promising Australian singer, gave
sonic excellent renderings of Scottish
ballads.
ELECTION NOTIC
To the Electors of Ward One
Having heard that certain individuals have been spreading the report
that I have resigned my candidature
as alderman for your ward, 1 would
say that this report is entirely ungrounded. 1 have never had any
intention of resigning. This report
was spread by persons having no
authority to say such a thing and
having no grounds or reasons to base
such a statement upon.
Trusting lhat this explanation will
have the desired effect of counterbalancing the base repot t referred to, I
again ask your support at the polls on
Thursday, and 1 am sure that if you
elect me as your representative you
will make no mistake, aud you will
find one who will merit the confidence
you place in him.
PETER HOOLEY.
NOTICE
Social and Personal
IV. 1 Brigga returned on Sunday
(roni a profeseiona] visit to Enderby.
The Hun. F. W Aylnur returned
yeaterd ly Irom a visit t" the 1 Ikanagan
The Rev. C A I'r ..-uiiier left yesterday lor Neleon to att.-ml tin-
ex ttve   meeting   ol   the   Kooten
Hi .-.-
Pleate take notice that the Board of
Directors of the Kevelstoke Hospital
Society, at their meeting of 13th
January, 1908, decided that :—All
bills and accounts against this Society
are required to be in the hands of the
Secretary, duly vouched correct by th.
person ordering same for the Society,
by, at furthest, the 5th of the month
following purchase, otherwise, they
will not tie considered (or payment till
the month succeeding that.
Pleaae e< nfnrm to this rule and
greatly oblige,
Thk Rkvexbtoks Hospital SociBrr,
l'er B. K. Atkins, Sec.-Treas.
January l.Vli. 1908. St
OPERA HOUSE
Special Attraction
A series of First Class Entertainments of moving pictures
will be given by the
KLEINE
OPTICAL
COMPANY
of New York, consisting of Two
and a half* hours Fun-. Continuous amusement without any
Intervals or waits.
FULL PARTICULARS
GIVEN LATER
OUR JANUARY CLEARING SALE
Dress Goods
lOcaodBOc, Tweed foi   26c    75c, and B8c. Tw 1
fur SO     |l '" Tweed foi •*•! 00.
Comforts, Blankets
\v ium     '      .    it Our Janus      -.     Prii
1 Mens Odd Pants
lli'.iv, Tweed al #1 25.    Extra Heavy Tweed. Itcg.
Pi Ii . $3.00, now $2.25.
Ladies Skirts costumes
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\    .lies,    1' Hi.Hn 1     ind     \ • lieI|.ill     s,kn
new      i i .i •.  i i         '..   i.i      10 i'         " ■   ii"
it    |ni        mi bom   i'  greatl)    educarl  pries
. leat   ii.iii   .'ii
One  inlj  I-nln    fi'imtu               l       '         "   P
c7   in   ir  v tin    It fil'ii Prlci                      ...
g nl .ii l'i Ii •■ |lf). mm .-
All Wool Venetians
Kegul 'i rn- • II 25, now B0
Men's Suits
l.ii    H 1     .ilii",   812.    now   $11,00:    Fine   lllaek
■   110 00, ma. win .'i'i
Broad Cloth
1 Imported)   Regular P l'i.2ft, now II 1 i
Boys Norfolk Suits
KfttfuIiLi Price, 16-OQi now 18.00.   Boyi1 Odd Panti
Dress Patterns
Wi values Bow 112.50,
Misses Underwear
In  Orej   only     Kxtrfl   Rood  Vfittifti.  nl    15,     i ich
m tin Price 20o.   nil Hue
il   •<><    pel   |i hi .
Heavy Sox for Men
Furs! Furs!
Men's Overcoats
lingular Prion $12, now |8,00] Rngular   Pi ne $8,00,
now $5 00,
Boys' Overcoats
hoys' Overcoats and riflnftm nl  Half Price,
'      ..ilii-• Sox   t\ palm for $1,00.
un ,lv. Isabell". Im Hot,     li.cni.ii Price $7fi.(J0
Now 140.00
i hie i.nh- Canadian Mink Hon,    Regular Price *iu.
bow 127,00,
Russian Mink Boas and Stole-.,  ono only, Boa, >tr,.
now !*.*l; one only boa, $2."i, BOW $101   in mil,  li mi,
118 w $10| one only, (Hole,   WO, now #12:  	
"illy. Si„|e,   (tin, now'$11.
Men's Underwear
VI«ri , Heavy Klp«c«d Lined UruWwBW al "i'i Oentl
,1       'Ml   tfll'lll   .
\|...     FSxtrn H.avy All  Wool  Underwoar.   Male
l'i h r 75c,  1 Vt  (j if'ihi'lil.
This Is a Clearing Sale All Over tho Store. No Reserve. Goods at Your Own Price.
CALL EARLY TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS.
Bar train
tar RE ID   &   V OU N Ci ■»
IdtM
um
CLEAN SWEEP
CASH SALE
BEGINNING ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15th,
we will offer the people of Revelstoke one of the biggest money
saving opportunities we have yet given. Everyone knows
that when we say CUT PRlCES.it means a big reduction.
We are now preparing for our annual inventory, and every
article in the store—unless already reduced—is subject to a
Remarkable discount of TWENTY PER CENT., (except
Thread, Overalls and Rubbers). Many lines will be found to
be marked at a much greater reduction, as the partial list given
below will show :
Ready-to-Wear Department
Anything that is left in this department must be moved
out quickly.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S COATS.—Everyone
acknowledged the superior style and quality of our Coats. The
few that are left are going quickly and we are hurrying them
along by giving them to you at half price.
Children's Dresses in plaids, tweeds, cashmere and Flannelette, all marked at half price.
Ladies' Waists, in cashmere, lustre, sateen and flannelette,
25 Per Cent. Off.
Fine Lawn Waists just put in stock, 20 per cent. off.
Dressing Jackets, the newest styles, now half price.
Street Skirts, made of the late Fall materials, in the very
newest styles.    Now 25 per cent. off.
WASH GOODS
Now is the time to save iu your
Summer Wash Hoods. Fine Muslins, Vesting:., Zephyrs, Millie,, eto.
in plain and fancy patterns, and
now (o he cleared out, and we me
marking all 35c. and 40c. goods '25c.
and nil 25c and 30c goods down lo
20c.
FLANNELETTES
U'.-o. Instead of I60. and 17!2o.
Here is your opportunity. Kvcry
family needs Flannelette and we
have a large stock of plain and
striped to close out at the price of
12le.
FANCY FLANNELETTE
AND WRAPPERETTES
Here are some other bargains.
The very Best linglisb and Canadian makes, 15c instead of 20c nnd
25c, 12.',c instead of 15c nnd I7jc.
10c instead of 12'..c.
HOSIERY
Boys' Heavy Wool Hose—60c
instead of 75c.
Children's Heavy Wool Hose —
.'15c instead of 5llc.
Children's Heavy Wool Hose—
25c instead of 35c.mid 10c.
Ladies' Cashmere Hose—45c Instead  )f (Wc., 40c Mislead of 50c.
KID GLOVES
KuWlies ti I'eii ins all odd sizes
and colors of mil' regular $1.50 lines
Now |li
Men's Wear
In this Department we want to
clear everything iu the way of
Winter Goods and we have put
the axe deep into prices.
MEN'S HATS
Men's Hats from 05c. up.
SHIRTS
Flannel Shirts, all siy.es, bust all
wool Flannel. Regular Price $1.50
and 81.75.   Now $1.00.
Fine Cambric Shirts—Tonkes and
Stnr Brand—Regular $1.25. Now
00c.
Black  Sateen  Shirts
$1.25.   Now $1.00.
LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS
Regular  25c.     Now   .'1  fur
Regular I2jc. 3 for 25c.
50c.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
L&oei .uui Kinlii'iildciics arelsing
offered lit very small prices and all
leiiiiiants are cut tu a very small
l'i act ion of former prices.
20 Per Cent. Reduction
lli'iiieiiilier
our 20 per
duet ion applies to  all   goods
cent, remit
■specially marked down Shoes,
Bedding, Ourtalna, Towels, Corsets,
etc., all must go,
Regular
MITTS AND GLOVES
Woolen Milts Regular 35c , now
25c.
Woolen Cloves—Regular 50c„
now 30c.
BRACES
Braces reduced from 50c.  to 25c.
TROUSERS
Heavy Woolen Trousers Regular
$1.70.   Now $1.15
UNDERWEAR
Slanllcld's Underwear—Regular
$4 Suit, now $2 85. Regular $3,50,
now $2.40.
Penman's Heavy lllaek Regular
$3 w $2.20.
Penman's Heavy Ribbed. Regular
$2.00, now $1.70.
HANDKERCHIEFS
Silk Initial llanilkeicliiefs 5 for
$1.00.
BOYS' WEAR
Boys' Sweaters Reg. 75c to HOc.
now 00c.
Boyv' Caps—Heg. 25c to 40c., now
10c.
Boys' Wool Underwear—$1.25 to
$1 00 per Suit. Now 00c.
Boys' School Boots—IS to $2.00,
Now $1.50
Three-Buckle Overshoes - $2.50,
now $1 50
Boys' Reefers — Regular $2.25,
now $1 70.
And you will (Ind similar Reductions nil over (he Slore.   Tbe goods
must go and we n 1 tbe money, und must make room for Spring Stock.
McLENNAN'S
TAYLOR BI/JOK, RBVBL8TOEB

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