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 Drink Halcyon Liiliia Lemon Sour
Made from pure carbonated Maley
Lilhia Wnler.   When you ask for Haley
be sure you gel it.    Hold nl nil hotels
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER G, 1907
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Friday Bargain List
BLANKETS
ioo Single Wove Blankets ''Jaeger"
Camel Hair Finish. These make
good cot blankets or Traveling
Rugs or Buggy Rugs. They
come in brown and mixed colors
with fringed ends. Sell regular
at $3.50. You can buy them
now for half price. Each $1.75
TOWELS
50  Dozen  white  Turkish Towels,
nice size for bedrooms.   Regular**
price is 25c. each.   You can buy
them  now  at  half  the  price.
Each,-12#C.
SUITS
25 Sufts for boys, sizes 23, 24, 25,
29, 31, 32 and $$. Don't you
want one of these before they all
go at half price. They are a
genuine bargain.
LADIES' HOSE
25 doz. Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose
all sizes, 8 12, 9, 9 1-2.    They
sell regular at 50c. per pair. Cet
. a supply while they are half the
regular price 25c.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AND REVELSTOKE
Ml (foods AnMnr Dally.    Dressmaking and Millinery Rooms, 2nd Floor
STOVES
If yuu want to get the besl
see our slock.
Over 50 Healing Stoves to
select from and over 25 Cnok
Stoves lo make a choice from.
We have over two carloads
nf Stoves and Furnaces on,
our Floor and in our warehouse,
We buy tbe tiest and cnn
jive you the advantage of uur
extensive buying.
Wc onlv buy from the best
Stove makers in Canada.
We are showing Airtight
Heaters from $3 50 up. Seo
our line before purchasing.
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LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Desists in Hardware, Stoves snd Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's
snd Sawmill Supplies, eto., Plumbing snd Tinsmithing.
PURE   LUMP
COAL
H-U-OOTTESIBR
A GOOD INVESTMENT
Well Built seven room house with
verandah, (four bedrooms), good cellarage, wash house and sanitary arrangements, All modern improvements and
fittings and everything in thebest condition.
Large well kept garden, contains 12 fruit
trees on two 25x100 ft. lots, convenient to
centre of city and C.P.R. shops. All for
$1,000 Cash and balance of $2,000
by arrangement.    Best buy in the city.
She ok
Write
W. H. HUMPHREYS te w
Revelstoke
NEW SANITARIUM
Will be Ready for Patients in
Fortnight.
KAMLOOPS, Nov. 6.—Twenty-seven
people who are alllicted with the
dreaded white plague have applied fur
admission tu lhe new sanitarium at
Tranquille.
This information was given out at a
ipecial meeting of the directors ol the
B. C. Anti Tuberculosis association
beld at Victoria  last Thursday night.
llr. Fagan reported that great pro.
greiB was being made in getting the
instituliun at Tranquille in good
shape and it is expected that it will be
open for patients in about two weeks'
time. The appointment of s medical
superintendent and matron was made,
Ur. Irving, a recent arrival in Victoria,
being appointed to the first-named
position while Miss Matheson, formerly matron ol Kamloops hospital,
was appointed matron. Dr. Irving
has bad experience in sanitarium
work at Qravenburst, Ont., and has
been appointed temporarily for six
months. Tbe question of tbe appointment of nurses waB left to the medical
superintendent.
RECORD LAND DEAL
Nelson, B.C., Nov. 6.—The biggest
real estate deal[cons..mmated in Nelson lor a long time wns concluded
last week when J. K. Annable Bold to
a syndicate of eastern capitalists represented by Y. S. Sheppard, nl Lethbridge, tbe bulk ol his holdings in
Fire Valley, Deer Park and Burton
City districts, aggregating nearly
7,000 acres. Negotiations have teen
iu progress lor several weeks and grew
fairly definite a lew days ago.
The purchasing syndicate intends
to subdivide and settle tlie land?,
making a beginning next year. The
price has not heen made public.
THANKSGIVING SERVICE.
Union of Churches for Divine
Worship.
According to announcement lour ol
the churches held union Thanksgiving
service on Thursday, Oct. 31, in tlie
Methodist church. A godtl, strong
union choir led tlie singing ol Thanksgiving hymns to grand old tunes.
A letter Irom Kev. Mr. Robertson
was read l.y Rev. Mr. Hall, expressing
his regret that on account of illness l.e
was not able to attend.
Rev. Mr. Hall took charge ol the
meeting, Rev Mr. Freeman led in
prayer and afterwards read the 65th
Psalm, and Mr. Hall read a part of the
sixth chapter ol Matthew.
The sermon wiib preached l.y Itev.
Mr. Calder, and was one oi markeil
ability. Aiter showing many ul the
things lur which we as Canadians
ehould be thankful, the p-eacher, in a
most tearless manner, spoke of some
of the thiogs which we, as Canadians,
have reason to tear. Words ol warning were plainly spoken. These referred to dangers political and religious,
and our d nger Iron, the possibly fearful influx ul foreign peoples who must
eventually become a damage to us instead ul a help. A go ..I congregation
listened attentively, and will not soon
forget the sermon.
A collection ol $ 13 was given lor the
children's aid society ol this province.
We entertain tho hope that this will
not be the last union Thanksgiving
lervice in our city.
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE
The attendance at the public schools
(or October was as follows:
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6
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High School-
-Div. I.. 10
94.54    6
" II.. 19
91.20   10
Public Schoo
-Div. I.   18
90.40   12
ii      ii
-  "II.   37
94 59   18
la              II
-  "III. 31
86.85   11
(1              II
- " IV. 47
87.33   18
II               ll
- " V.   48
73.89   12
II              If
- " VI. 42
88.14   18
II              II
- "VII. 65
83.98   15
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- "VIII.64
84.00   18
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83.66   24
 422
87.15 161
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Negro Lynched—Calgary Commission—Prisoner at Large
—Copper Prices—An Insane
Monarch.
OiMEBOH, Texas Nov. 6.—Following
his ind:otment by the grand "jury on a
charge ul criminal assault, Alexinder
Julius...., a negro, was taken Irom the
jail hero hy a mob of five hundred
men aud hanged to a tree in the
court liouse yard.
Calqaky, Nov. 6.—At a meeting of
the City Council recently, it was decided to govern the city in future by a
coininission tonsisting ol thc mayor
and two aldermen.
Kamloops, Nov. 6.—The chase for
the alleged murderer Hine still goes
on, No trace of him has yet been
found. Chief Constable Fernie and a
pos-e are scouring the country between Shuswap Lake and prand
Prairie and Revelstoke, and the Okanagan trails are all guarded. There is
some likelihood that the man escaped
by boarding an enstbound freight aud
getting ever thc mountains by that
means.
New Yokk, Nov. 6.—Notwithstanding the heavy buying movement over
the last two weekB, no signs oi weakness in copper prices have developed
yet. Sales of electrolytic copper were
made on Saturday at prices close to
15 cents a pound, or on ahout the
same price basis reported on the pro-
ceding day. One large producer has
lepurled heavy sales.
Tokio, Nov. C—Foreign medical experts, according to cu.ifidential Pekin
advices received in official circles here,
pronounce the emperor ol China on
the verge ol insanity. Unless radical
measures are taken there can be, these
advices declare, uo question ol an early
and complete collapse.
CHINESE HEAD TAX
Nearly $50,000 Collected in
Victoria Last Month.
Victoria, Nov. 6. — During the
muulli just closed the arrivals of
Chinese who paid the head tax ol $600
assessed all incoming celestials bruke
all previous records. In all 96 paid
tl.e head tax, tl.e receipts at tl.e customs liouse Irom this source amounting to $48,000, to which was alsu
added $694 representing tlie dollar
paid by as many departing Chinese
for certificates ot identification which
, render it possible for them to return
j without a second payment of tbe pull
tax.
Since tlie poll tax un Chinese was
advanced January 1,11)04, irum $100
$500,357 Chinese have entered the
cui.utry and paid $178,500 to the Dominion  government Iur the privilege.
Accurding to one competent to
speak on tbe subject tl.e immigration
ol Chinese will probably tail off perceptibly in a short time, The majority
ol those who have come since the poll
tax was advanced have been disappointed. Tbey imagined that the
falling ..ll' ol immigration had resulted
in such a shortage in Chinese labor
that they would be able to command
their own price. Some ol thoso who
arrived by the last steamer and paid
bead tax expected to te paid $4 per
day Ior their labor, aud were quite
disappointed when tiny secured but
|1,60. These have written to Iriends
sdvising them not' to come to this
continent.
CURLING CLUB
Will Foim Western Association
—Ice Rented for Winter.
An executive meeting ol the Revelstoke Curling Club was held last
night in the city hall, with a goud
attendance. The cliief subjects fer
discussion wen the arranging of
matches lor the season and the desirability ol forming a Western Curling
Association.
lt was decided to rent the two sheets
of Burling ine lur this season from J.
Mcl'lmil, whu has leased the rink
from Messrs. Bourne and Brown.
Thc question ol forming an association composed of clubs along the main
line and the Okanagan Valley, was
taken up. Owing toJNulsun and Ross
land being so far away, these two
places having monopolized tlie annual
bonspiel, and the expo, se, and more
imporlant, the loss ol time in going
and returning heing an unlair tax on
the northern clubs, it was considered
that in the interests ol curling a
Northern Association could be formed
composed of clubs from Golden to
Ashcroft on tl.e main line and with
three or four clubs Irom the Okanagan
Valley. The Revelatoke club has
three cups which cuuld be competed
ior and the Hon. President of the
club, Mr. C. F. Lindmark, has very
generously consented (provided such
an association was formed) to give a
cup for annual compttilinu which,
with the others would lorm a good
nucleus to start with; it was therefore
decided that the secretary write tlie
different clubs tu get their opinion
and if favorable, delegates can be appointed hy the various clubs interested
and steps taken to lorn, a Northern
Curling Association.
GEO. B, HOWARD CO,
This well known company will play
a return engagement of three nights,
commencing Tuesday, Nov. 12th, presenting the laughing success "Charley's Aunt," "Hello Bill," and "Young
Mrs, Winthrop." The Geo. B. How-
aid Company need no introduction
here as thty lully demonstrated their
ability during their engagement last
August. Everywhere they appear the
press and public proclaim this cumpauy to te the very best ever in western Canada, Their return ibould be
heartily welcomed.
MAY PRACTICE IN B. C.
Twenty-two Doctors Successful at Examinations.
Vancouver, Nov 6.—Twenty-two
out of the 33 candidate! for admission
to tbe practice of medicine in this
provioce were successful at the examination) held last week in the provincial government buildings. Tho announcement was made on Saturday
by Dr. Fagan, Provincial Health Ollicer, and a member ot the board ol
examiners.
The examination papers wero still',
but fair, and tl.e showing ol the various candidates is considered a lavor-
able one, Tl.o candidates havo sll
graduated Irom Eastern Canadian,
United States or British medioal
schools,
Dr. McKay who has been practicing
in Revelstoke was among the number,
The majority of the succcsst.il ones
will at onco commence the practice ol
medicine in this province. Threo
ladies who took tbe examination were
unsuccessful.
NOTCH HILL
(li'i'oin Out Own ('.'.ii'si.i'ii.ltti.t.
J. Mclntyre has gone up to bis
camp at Scotch Creek and will put in
claim work during the winter,
A social in aid ol the Notch Hill
had will be held in the scliool bouse
Nov. 15.
Mr. Hanks has opened a fine store at
Tappen Siding.
A membei of this community was
informed this week that a number of
the quarter sections now held under
timber berth, where 6quattersi have
located, are shortly to te released,
The information is on good authority.
H. Cunningham Morris of the Revelstoke Mail-I1erai.ii paid a short
visit to the district this week,
A very enjoyable surprise party was
held at the residence of Mr. Baines
last Wednesd.is.
Last Saturday ns Mr. .VilUill wss
busy in bis orchard, he wns attracted
by a terrific commotion in hi! [owl
yard. On approaching tl.e scene, be
found a huge lynx in the act of devouring a prize cock. The beast seeing a new enemy suddenly sprang
upon Mr. Aitkin, its fang and claws
doing considerable damnge. Charles
Baines who happened to bo near, seeing tho man ami beast in a fierce
struggle, picked up a big pole and
beat tl.e animal tu death, afterwards
dressing Mr. Aitkin's wounds,
Mr, Dryden and Miss Rosb were lecturing bere last week on Iruit growing
GALENA BAY
From Our Own Correspondent.
Tho attendance at tho school is
very satisfactory and decided progress
is being made by tlie children under
the able tuition ol Mrs, llaywi.nl.
Apples grown on John Shaw's ranch
this season compare very favorably,
both in size and quality, with any
grown in tl.e Kootenay valley.
J. Nelson is making arrangements
lor the subdivision ol part ol bis property into 10 aore lots next spring.
Intending settlers would do well to
avail theuiBolvos of this opportunity of
procuring land in such nn ideal location for mixed farming.
J. Armstrong and his gang are here
cutting cordwood Irom the mass of
driftwood on tbe lake shore.
Mr. llan.furd, ul Arrowhead, has
purchased a lot and intends making
his home here in tho near luture,
Wc are offering special bargains in
Wall papers.—C, II. Humo A Cn.
Try a pound ot' after dinner mints"
something new lor Ilfic. por lb.—C. D,
Hume A Co.
Our Woodcroft Ceylon tea at .'16c.
per lb., is one of tlie test bargains ul
the day —C. B, Hume A Co.
Wo earry a full stock uf Lace and
Tapestry curtains, ourtain poles aud
flxtuios.—0. B. Hume A Co,
^BOURNE BROS?
DON'T BE CROSS
if when cooking you
get poor results, it
may not be your fault
but the fault of the
ingredients you have
used.      Buy   your
GROCERIES
from us and you will
find  everything" absolutely fresh, pure and  satisfactory.     In the end it is
cheaper to buy really good Groceries.
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK
Of Stoves, Ranges and Healers. These have just arrived; they are not
old stock, kept over, but NEW with all the latest improvement! and
they arc McCLARY'S.
CHINA AND GLASS DEPARTMENT
We have in our China and Glass Department a well assorted stock ol
' Everyday and Fancy China.   See our showing ol Toilet Sets and
English Tea Sets.   Odd pieses in Dinner Sets at bargain prices, get
at these belore tbey are all gone.
GROCERIES     HARDWARE      STOVES     PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
CARDIFF COAL!!
We hep; to advise the pub
November 1st., 1907
lic thnt we have secured the
agency for the Cardiff Coal
Rbvelstokk Gel. Agencies :
Co,  of Allietin, who mine
the best soft coal yet placed
Gentlemen,—
on the market for domestic
purposes.   This conl Imins
clean with no dust, or gas;
bus hardly any smoke  ur
ashes; and retains its heat
longer tlinn any other soft
I received this sample of
the Alberta Cardiff Coal and
found it to te most satisfactory.   I tried it in mv
cooking range and it burned
with very little smoke and
retained the heat (or a long
time.   After leaving but a
small amount of fire in the
coal on the market,    We
have  tested it  in   almost
every    possible   way   and
draw your attention to the
results obtained by Mr, J,
H. Lyons, C.P.R. engineer.
grate all night 1 was surprised to find a fair fire Ihe
next morning.   I am of the
opinion this coal would give
good satisfaction in a self
feeding heater as it burns
with practically co smoke
or ash.
The price of this remark
Yours truly,
able coal is 19 PER TON.
(Sgd) J. H. Lyons,
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES
LIMITED
Molson's Bank Building
DEALERS   IN
Gent's Furnishings
Boots andjShoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
first St Op. Union Hotel ^
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Offlcs  Toronto, Ontario.
.Irani-lie, In ths Proline!! ol Manitoba, Alberta, Beiiitch.wan,
British Columbia, Ontario, yuebec,
Capital AuthorlMd
Oapltal Paid Up
Reserve Fund
D, R. Wii.kik, President;
•1O,OOO,iOO.O0
■    M,«»o,ooo.c-<i
MiM'S-'M'A.M
Hun. R. Jaffbay, Vice-President,
A General Banking Business Transaoted.
Drafts sold available In all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
iiunrterly,	
Reveletoke Branoh, B. C. -A. E. Phipps, Manager. Zbc flfoafMberalb.
PUIIIJiiBF.il WEDNESDAY IND 8ATUB
DAY .AT
UEVELSTOKE. B.C.!
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy.       Hakolu Fisher
II.LAN & ELLIOTT.
l:.rr:*ters.|V'li.:l"i- Etc.
revklstoks iM. uuu i lake, it r.
C.K.011US. -' .'. Ki.i.iim
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ARVEY, McCARTER
AND l'lNKUAM,
IlAlllllHl'KllS. fi.lLIC'lT.IHS, KTC.
Orner.-:  bi-SMAt  BAUK  llines,  Ukvki.
'STOKd H.C.
Monej to!.-,n.
Offlce- I'.t.fl.'.oke, B. 0,| Cranbrook,... I.
Gtn.i. Mc.'.ll.TKR,
4. M. I'i.vkham. J. A. BaRVIY,
lievel-toke, H. C.       Cranbrook. II. 1 .
S'
J. M. Soot. 1.I..U W, I. HrlajRi,
OTT   AND   BHlliCS
Hakristkrs, Solicitous, Etc.
Money to Loan
n.licitors fob molsonb bank
Fits. Street. Revelstoke, B.C.
J
AS. A. McFAF.LANE
ASSAYBR 4 CHEMIST
As»ftv oi all ore*,   Samples by mail or express
receive prompt attsotlon.
Termi Moderate,
ADOBES!      •      •     •     Box l:K KiSU), B. C.
■pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Surveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 106. Revelstoke,
c
(OL1N CAMPBELL,
PBOv.scut Assay,:.. A Chemist,
Noiakv rcBLic, Etc,
Phone:     NBW DENVER, B.O     P.O.Box 11
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DWAED A, HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Membei American Institute uf
Mininp Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Revelstuke, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Blue
Prints of Laud, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mill.- nnd Buildings prepared ln shape
for submission to prospective Investors
or purchasers.
the Victoriu Club is one which ihould
be copied  by  every  brunch   in the
onlinion.
SCHOOL REPUTATION,
lt  affords  the  Maii.-Heiials the
greatest plen-ore to be able to add a
word of appreciation at tl.e successes
attained by the teachers and scholars
of the school, as demonstrated at thc
Higli School opening exercises on Friday List, We join in the oongratula
lions which are being extended to ihe
winners of the several medals ni.d
certilicates and ulso to the teaching
staff in their earnest uud faithful
w.irk. The record which Principal
Miller oi the Public School and C. IS.
Sissons of the High School were able
to present showed more than the fact
that extremely satisfuetary progress iB
being made; il showed that lhe pupil.
hmI dune equally well and although
those who did not receive prizes no
doubt lelt disappointed ut not receiving honors still their work wus none
the less creditable, The touching
staff deserve every credit Lr faithful
and cur. fui work, and it is to be hoped
thut the parents uud eitilens alike will
by tbeir manifest appreciation encourage tlie teachers iu their efforts to
raise the standard ul education even
higher thun it is now. The tusk ol
moulding the growing mind and filling it with knowledge at an age when
first impressions nre most lusting, is
by no means a light one and the responsibility is very great. We therefore would remind tbe people oi the
necessity of appreciating the efforts of
the teachers and giving them their
encouragement and taking a lively
interest in the work of the school.
We have schools tu be justly proud ol
and ranking high ns Revelstoke does
as un edttc.tion.tl centre, every care
and opportunity should bo taken to
preserve nnd increase the reputation
gained.
Mines and Provincial Secretary, stated
in nn address to his constituents nt
Golden, that l.e was.nebulized in asy
that the C. P. It. shops at Donald,
which have been of great et.rvi.-e to
thai town's growth, weretobe removed
to Revels oke in the nenr future,
['reside..t Van Home is reported to
have snid the same thing nnd tbe
mutter has been very generally dis-
eus-e.l in railway oitoles—November
28tn, 1890.
3S.;^r-ijasa«Bi*W'i-J-Vf-IKKEa
CANADA'S NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
IK!
A NEW CANDIDATE
Something different from anything
in the Held at the pesent 'ini" is.,
n. iv  weekly  paper  which is to cater
tu the three   western   provinces, Tl e
West-Land by name,   Tl.e fir.t prospectus number, undei  date nt Vancouver.   Kd.......ton   and   HogilW,   is
already issued and announces itself to
l.e "Western Cunndiiin in oullook,
religious ill spirit, and in its particular
ohuroh interest PreBbyterii.il," Frnm
which we gnlher that the Presbyterians ol the West are to have n pup. r
ol iheir own. Tlie first number looks
well nnd goes good promise. The
editor is Aubrey Fulleitun, a western
j lurnalist whose name has appeared
in several ut the magazines nnd
journals. Regular publication is an-
nounced to begin on January next.
MISS M. E. CREIGHTON
teacher of piano, vocal
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, etc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations,
BTl'DIO-At  Mr>.  J,  C,   Hutchison's  IW
. ii';.-;.'. Avenue.
Zbc flDaiUlfoevalb
• 1 would . , . rM .estlj- atlvisetliem Ior
their tfotxl to order this paper lo be punctually
served up, And to be looked upon us a partol
the left Wiuipage.**-ADDIS0N.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 11)07
TEACHING PATRIOTISM.
As touching tbe all-important question of patriotism in our schuols that
great le;Son and one which should
take tirst place in the school curriculum, the Victoria Week l.as the following tu say "Every loyal Canadian
will endorse the policy oi bringing the
Mlag' into greater prominence, and
teaching the principles of loyalty and
patriotism in our public schools. This
statement has been voiced in certain
resolutions adopted by the Victoria
Canadian Club. The Week would like
to ice the Union Jack waving over
every school house in the liritish
Empire. But in any event it is highly desirable, in view ol the cosmopolitan character ■ f ..ur new population,
that every settler in Canada ehould be
Confronted by the outward and visible
sign ol Imperial rule. 01 scarcely
lei! imp rt.ince il il that Canadian
scholars should be taught English
History, Une ol the speaker! truly
declared lhat in the present curriculum of Canadian school- there is n.>
place lor ihi'. The authorities huve
proceeded upon the is me narri.w lines
whioh   govern   ».-oiled education in
the t-tates, one ol the prinoipal lent-
ures of which is, the ignoring .-I English History, and thegloriltcaliuii and
ridiculous exaggeration ol incidents
which have occurred upon the American continent. Such teaching finds
no place lor the great historic events
which determined the luture of tho
Anglg-Saxoii race. It takes no ac-
Cuttnt ol tbe victories which secured
new worlds lor colonization, or new
charter! ol liberty. The sou rises and
lets in the Western Hemllpherel In
these days when fur the lirst time the
Imperial leaven ii working, and we
lee the dawning! of a veritable renaissance in Imperial life, it is fitting
that thore should he an awakening of
public sentiment in favour ol a re-
adjiittmei t of the school curriculum,
and the abandonment of a system
which is keeping our children in
ignorance ..I the deeds which won tbe
Empire, and the came lor which their
latheis died. Ai Archdeacon Pen-
treatli appositely remarked, there is
other work lur Canadian ClubB, than
the entertaining of illustrious visitors;
sud the practical departure made by
PUBLIC ANNOYANCE.
We would cull lhc Immediate ulten-
tion ul the Cily Council to the unfinished slate of the sidewalks where
the recent grading bus been going on
at the intersection of McKenzie Ave
and Second Street. At the southwest ol Second Street and McKenzie
Avenue tbe sidewalk bus been re-
pluced in such a manner us to Icnve
an awkward drop ol several inches.
Many complaints huve been made on
this score and indeed rightly bo ns the
Btep thus mnde bus been the cause ot
upsetting iiiuny a pedestrian in more
ways than one mid is liable to cause
perhaps serious injury. We would
urge that immediate steps l.e taken to
rectify this piece ol cureless workmanship which hardly does credit to tbe
city nnd is a source of danger and
uiiiioyunce to public safety,
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Notice.
A reward nl $25.00 will be p.id by
the Council for information lending to
.he conviction of anyone tampering
with tho City Fire Alarm boxes or
-en.ling in .1 fills.! alarm.
II. A, BROWN,
,.et 30.It Mayor.
Local Rovolstoko
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets Eirsl ftn.l Third Wc.lm.aduy in ll.c mimll.
in .Selkirk Halt, upstairs, at 8 p,in. Subject for
discussion "Ar.iiiii.itit-.it ..( Capitalism. All
Interested ar,. welcome.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain Vlow Camp, No. H9.
Mc..., Second and Fourth Wednesdays in
unci, mouth, in Selkirk Hall, visiting Wood-
mon cordially Invited to attend.
W. II. AllMSTHONU.Con. Com.
.1, MelNTYKK, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE EARLY HISTORY
November 14th, 1896.— Lalorme's
pack train oi about <!f> animals, in
oharge ol Pete Levesque and J, Neil
son, was met Tuesday by K. G. Kegler
nbout 7 miles Ibis side ol Gold Stream.
The last bit of feed bnd been eaten up
tbe night before at the 9-mile tree,
and they were pushing on to Gold \
Stream where they have a small
quantity of hay stored, 'flicsnow wns
3ft. deep, nud ns it bus been snowing
steadily since it must now be very
much deeper.
This want of feed stulV may result
in the death ol the animals unless
some cun be got to them right away.
John H. Boyd is suid tu have some
feed stored at   Downie   Creek,   '..;;:.';
will help out somewhat but ns the
quantity is very limited more will be
required. A rebel party has been
organized to relieve the distressed
train, and will take up a cargo ol bay
and oats on the boat Big Bend.
Kegler also reports meeting Geo,
Lali rme und Bob Green, on the .ami
REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 132
F. 0. E.
Tho rogulnr meetings are hold in tlie Selkirk
Hull ovory Tuesday evening nt J o'oloc*. Visit*
inn brethren aro cordially invited.
H    A. HKOWS. PR1MIDBNT.
W. K. MeL.U'fHLlN.Si.i kki un.
Kootenay Lotf«A No, 15 AF-AAM.
, _    «^. The regular meet*
^1—^5-   "V    Iqgc are held tn iht
*¥i/B/j& ll kid Fellows HalCon
c third Holiday ii
■.wh month at s
n.ni. VLsitlngbreth
v. cordially wel
ome
U. A.. I'KUfUNIKK. Skcrktaky.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO  12. I. 0. 0. F.
Meet* every Thurede j
evening   in   Selkirk
Ball    il   h   o'clock.
r'i-iring bre!
to al
and
.1. MA1HIK, --
C&z>
IM  IIIIMI.I.K. \.ll.
Cc'd Range lodge, K. ol  P..
No. 26, Rovelstoko, B. C.
WII.I^MAKK ITS FIRST APPEAltANCE
Saturday, Oct. 26th
SIXTEEN PAGES OF INTERESTING READING
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class Clover and Tim-
Olliy Hay for sale. Also al
kind:, of Garden Produce.
THE WOMEN
Will Hnd many interesting articles on ibe Fashions
Cooking Recipes, Household Hints, etc, ns well i.s
Iho latest feminine news
...id a Serial Story of great
human inteiesl.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE
will nlso lind much lo
inteiest.  then.  Ill    " 'I'lll-:
Western Homestiiad."
I-
THE MEN
Will gel nil the latest
Financial, Spurling and
Gene.'..I News of ll.e duy
from ibe world ovei1.
Interesting ai'tielos on
current topics and many
others*-   inl fcnliuos.
Published llllll'-
duy morning I in. m>
Satui'di.y, Oct
\aaMn»n». *   - .raa-MIaj«^
FIVE CENTS A COPY. - ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
Office:  Dominion Building, Calgary, Alta. ■
A HAPPY OLD AGE
depends grenlly upon Ibe intention
of the sense of sight. Oilier luenl-
ties ln.ty lose llv in vieor Irum lhe
lapse of yeurs, ll.ll if ll.e eyes enn
see, ..l.l ng. is not ..ll u r. giel, Fur
Ibis nnst.. il..- youi I.fui ... .1 middle
lipid should use every endeavor lo
preserve ll.e eyes. Many Ise Ihem
through the use nf iiupinper glnsses.
II* you have eye Ironble c modi Hastings, Doyle* All...... 1,1.1
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON, ■ FIRSTSTREET
F-.r Agricultural Implement*. Carriages, Wagons Elc., John
Doerc Plough!, Mttlino Wagon!, Canada Carriago Company's
Buggies, Planet Jr., Qurdeu Seeders nnil Cultivator!, Wheel-
wrlgl.t uml ISIucksmitl. Work attended tn. Horse Shoeing a
t Si.ocif.lt).
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND CASE
BELOW will be found the names of some of the progressive, linns in
Revelstoke who intikc this most popular nnd liberal offer: This elegant
library and handsome oase will be given by vote to the Lodge, Society,
Chnreh or School in Revelstoke securing the largest number of votes in
the following n.u..i.e.': The businoss men listed below will give with
EACH TEN OENT PURCHASE one vote. Thc contest begins Sept.
9th and ends Feb. 9th, 1908, A ballot box has been placed in the Canada
Drug A Book Store where the votes are to be deposited. At the close oi
the contest the church, sell ..il, soeiely or lodge having thc largest number o| votes will l.e awarded the library. Current accounts when promptly paid will be entitled to votes. Remember, votes oan only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed below. Each week tbe Maii.-IIkkai.ii
will announce the standing ol tbe contestant.
Tbe library and case are now on exhibition in the show window of
C ii  Hume A Co.
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,   .-■   -    Drygoods,   Crockery
m, - ,   .-   Bootsand S toes
H mi  Furnishings
T vv, BRADSHAW
tl   H   HUD' -.
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E. A. SPRING
HARNESS   AND   BOOT   MANUFACTURER
11,',. lj m,M  It I-l k -■     BoOt!
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. .  DM G ■'.'   BOOK
:, .NY. LTD,
[', iill:-.- ', COMPANY
•■   Ktc.
MAIL OROERS CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO
dsy (Tuesday), at 7-mile oreek with . TPTRQT1  STREET
herd ..( entile lot   lln-   l.n-t   Ch .i.e.'
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
R   ' . iron' and imk:. I
Mentis - .i i 25c lip
Second Street, - East End
To Trappers
Raw Furs Boughi
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
tbey were breaking tbe trail well   1 hi
will materially assist the pai li I dn
getting out if th>.  provsndei can  be
got to it on its way down,
About four yean ag i .. lomewhai
similar misfortune overtook tbe train
ami   all   tbe   niiiniiils bad to I hoi
A catastrophe which it is  hoped  may
be averted this time,
i.n Wednesday, July, Ist, 1898,
there was opened in Revelstoke a new
hotel—The Gold 11.11—which is a
credit to the town in appearance The
bar is stocked with the choicest wines,
liquors and cigars, and is presided
over by Jack I'erks.
On his return from the east, last
week   Hon.  Col    linker, Minister of
THI     BAVOV
Cine Coi loeCres
Mi PU HI   I  llnHNM I,
BOURNE BROS.
Cojpons given on Hardware only
H, McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewolers,
INTEBIOB PUBLISHING 00, Ltd
Printen ..ml I'ul.lishers.
Central Hotel
j
_ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
AI1RAHAMS0N   BROS.   PROPRIETORS
-,   . |-:r-! ' .I-- in '-v>rv respect.    All modern convenience.
Large Sample Rooms,
Hates $1.50 per Day. Sped I Weekly Rates,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, mnVx sume m*.im»<'ini*iii
NO ONE HESITATES
OVER OUR CANDY
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ORIENTAL HOTEL
iuitably  furnished  wiih the choicest lhe
irket affords,    Bum Wines, Liquors and
i igars,   Ratss hi a day,   Monthly rate,
,j      A I A ', PI ' ■'■'f'     S'I'O N hi      PR.OP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ol Wines, Liquorsand Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
WAH CHUNG
TELEPHONE 29.
FitoxT Street,    Revelstoke
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
Thai's Royal Crown kind—
made in Vanoouvor—Largest
Soap Factory west of Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing areeaBy with its help.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give lor
Hovnl Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver. B. C.
J,
fruit Lands
I have many enquiries Ior
Fruit Lands Irom Winnipeg,
Toronto,and Vancouver. Persons di siring in d'spere of
their holdings, large or sm .11,
will do well lo li-l Ihem with
nu.'. Correspondence solicited,
Jas. I. Woodrow.
NOTICE
To Whom it Mav Concrhr :
Tnke nniiec thai I. ll.e undersigned
trom this dnlc, positively dee'aro my,
sell not respon-ible Ior any bills contracted hy my ivi fo, M c. John Carlaw.
Dnted it. Kevelstoke, Il.C, Oct. lllth,
1907.
wed lm John Cahi.aw.
YOU MUST ACT
=AT 0NCE=
In order lo secure une of our
ORCHARD and GARDEN
HOMES at FRUITVALE, B. C.
In lhe colitis of the Southernmost nnd Warmest vulley in
li.C, West Kootenay, for
•lilO down   und  $10 per
month for 10 acres.
WE  GUARANTEE
Tu pay all your expenses an.1 relun.1
YOUR MONEY
If our land and whole proposition
Is not exactly as we represent it.
You can mnke from $100 to $700
per acre annually gfawlng fruits
nnd .uiit'kel gardening, Every tract
is either level or gently slopiu.'.
The soil is loam with clny subsoil.
Free from rook. Ample rainfall,
Fine healthy climate. Cool in summer. Zero weather in winter practically unknown. No early or Into
frost danger. Plenty of timber on
each tract for buildings, fences nnd
fuel, Eaeh tract fronts on n rond,
nnd every tract within half-mile of
main line of R.R. Title is perfect.
We own one-lllth of the good huul
in the whole Kootenny und inuke
these terms sn Ihnt you will be able
to use your surplus lunils improving
your laud. We refer to tliree of the
strongest Hunks in Canada. Write
ipiiek for maps, etc, nnd testimonials of settlers nt Frtiitvnle.
KOOTENAY   ORCHARD   ASSOCIATION
Nelson, B. c.
Proprietor
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties nt reasonable prices.
Fertili/.ors, lice Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Oldest established nil,aery ol. the
mainland of H.C,   Catalogue Iree,
M, J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
GRiENHOllSER AND BIEDHOUSES VANOOUVES.B.O,
BRICKS! BrllCKSI! BRICK8I!
The besl li.'iek in ll.e Province.
Well burnt Brick in huge ...■
su,f. I f|Ufin'ili.'S .-I l.'t..-..liable
Prices.
ENDEBSYBF.SiH&llLECO.
ENDERB ,       C.
Bffinxau.v'eaKie&tEyrp
IU U
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
>.~
A .1
White Help Only
Employed
i.
CEMENT BLOCKS
MiimiftcUiriiil for nil classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
All kinds of Imii.Iim,' and iilusleriiiK
undertaken.
FINE CLAY AND FINE BRICKS
fur shIo iu lnn*o or small qunntitie3
nt tlio inwosl. prlcoa for cosh.
All kinds of building and l-liistoring
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, -  REVELSTOKE
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
Draying
Storafe
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Dea     in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71.
House Phone
NOTICE
Uuvdslukc liiiiut District,
Dislricl of Worit Kootenny,
Take notice that Bowman Umber Uoni|mnyt
Llil., of Kcvt'lsiiiki*. ]{, I'., occupation Lumber
Mntiiifiicitil-urn. inlt'iiilH to apply for a Hpecial
Umber licence over the following described
lauds:
Commencing ata toslulnnlcd on the soulli
side of northeast arm Upper Arrow Lake and
inarked "Bowman Lumber Compauy'K N. K,
corner pout," thence eait hi) cliaiiitUhence euntli
80 chains tlience west 80 chniim, thenco nortb
SO chains to pointof commencement, mul eon
t niniiiK (HO aeres, more or Ioks.
Duted July .11, llW.
BOWMAN LUMBKH COMPANY, Ltd.
wim7    Hy llieir A teen t. John Q. McCarthy.
NOTICE.
Revolstoito Land Diatricl,
Dislrict nl Went Koutenny.
Take not let that Donald Doivnr, of Arrowhead, Il.C,, occupation Timber Cruiser, inteiuls
lo apply for asiieelal limber licence over the
following described laml:
Commencing at a pout planted at the south*
wesi, corner of Timber Limit No. 11171, ami
umrkc'l "Donald Dewnr.s north-east corner
post," llienee south l(Ki ebains, theuce west Ht
chains, thence north mil chain .ihence east -III
eliains lo point of comniciieemcnt,
Daled October 2nd, PJU7.
WJdoeta DONALD DKWAR.
NOTICE
KovcMokc Land DisLrlct.
District of WoL Kootenay.
Tnke nolice thai we. Lamb-Watson Lumber
Co,,Ltd, of Arrowhead, occupation Millown-
ers, inleml Lo apply fur permission to purchase
Ilu: following desorlbed laud: '
CoinmonciiiK at a post planted at lhe 8. K.
cornerof ltalph Simpson's application, Ualena
Lay, ihence north 8n chains, thenco eust -111
chains, lhcnco north tin chains, thencu east 2(1
chains, tbeuce south in chains more or less lo
Galena Day, thencu southwesterly along nortb
shore of Galena Day tu polut of cummeucuincnl,
Dated -i'lrtl July, 1DU7.
Lamb-Watson LumiikrCo., Ltd..
wedauK7 0. B. N. Wilkie, Axont.
NOTICE
In the mutter of un application for lhe
issue of u duplicute of the certificate
uf title fur Lut 12, Hlock IK, ill lhe
town of Revelstoke,
NOTICE is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at the expiration
of one month fro... the llrsl publication
hereof, a duplicate of the certificate of
title for the above lot in the iiuine of
Sore.. Bullet..uml, which certificate is
dnted the 14th day of January 11X11,
iiiiii numbered Iitiik. and 11131k.
Land Registry OBIee, Nelson, 11. 0.,
Dili September. 1007.
11. F, Mai'Licuii,
Districl Registrar,
T
IT   MARRY,   DOCTOR  or
1   despair.    " Don't do a
thing" l ill j.....-.ci: elciirly
wli... s I.imI, by al.l i.f
'flashlights on Human Nature"
ou health, dlaotuio, lovo, innrrineo und piu-cnLuBe
iniin whal you'd ask a dui'tor, (nil ilonT like lo
HH |i'K'-'. Illustrated, MoOlltui hut. tolntniduco
IL wo wild OHO only In nny adult, for posture,
10 cenls.
M   HILL, PUB. 00.
120 Eaet 28th Struct, NEW YORK.
NOTICE.
licviMniiii buiil Dlitrlot,
li.*..!.. ..I VVoil Kootonay.
oo.' nodes ll.e .i-i....' i'. it.'iin'iiy.ef Mi'.-
-.iicwiii'i, u. o.Minor,Intend! in ai.i.ly torn
<|icciti] tliuliiir Ilcens.) over ll.e following flu-
->T|l.i'.l It.u.ls:
Commonolng at a poit plantod on lho north
inul...( ih tli-onil lurk ..f Downlo Crook,
.......It, »l*  ...lie, ..I...v.. II...  lOn'lf miii.I miirlt.'.l
'.inm.... I>, Konnody'i h W, oornor, ilu...™ in
.|...li.« ii.irU.. llice.. (..«!  UUI (iliahiH, tlienco
(until in eliains, Uionoo "enl i«> clialns ...
point i.f ,:.........'...'.f...ont, containing SHI acroa
mora <»r loss.
Datod tsoptombsr Mtb, imi.
ootlul JAMKB P, KHNNKDV
NOTICE
Anr perion oipeiMni found cutting Coir.
ryli.K »mv timlior ..ff ll.o Cnutplli Uwnalie,
without pirmlulon lima Ibi owaor ll..n.
IIbi.iI. lloatttclt, or liii Mf.nl I'hlel Young,
>,lil bo proMOtl'td tiicunllng to law.
I ......I thli llllll day ol....«..-.,.'».;
wed am 1< Jul HKWIITUOSKJCK,
I.ANII Mllll li.
Ciiriboo Land Dislricl.
Dislricl of Cariboo.
Take nolice Ihal Harry Sawyei' of Itcvelsloke, H.C, millni.in, Intends io apply
for permission lo purchase the lollowlng
.I..scribed lands:
Commencing at u post planled aboul
one mile above Hlue River, und marked
II, Sawyer's N, W. corner," thonco east
Ho elinins, Ihence soulli So elinins, lbence
wesl 8o chuius, tlience nortli 8o elinins to
point ol commencement, containing 640
acres more or less.
Dated July 30th, 1907,
II. SAWYER,
wed ng 21 Donald Mcintosh, Agonl
NOTICE.
llovi'Utoks Lond Diatrict
lintrlcl ol Won Kootenay.
'lake uotlco that Ella Sir.11.1l. of I'....li.r
Creok, il. <:, ...fffuiuitli... Miner, ...lit...Ik ...
i.|.|.|y Inr .1 special timber licenso ovor .lie lui-
lowing deacribed landi:
Commonolng at « poit planlcd on tbo woal
aldool Poplar Crook, alict.mo I.ti Ire... ll.o
Crook, no.I abii.it seven mlloafrom .be town ..I
Poplar, thouoe luiitb su ebal..., Ihenco neat su
cnniicthonoe north Su chuina, thonco eaa.80
(ibullia to point ot commencement, .mti couch.....is 0.0 noma more or lesa.
Iluleil Oelobor lotli, 1IK.7,
oo ilium EKIC STHANil.
NOTICE
Korcl.t.ike [.and IHslrlol.
l.la.rlol Ol WOlt Kuuteiiay,
Tike mitlrc that Henry Mukiiuiuii ol
Poplar Creek, occupation Mluer, Iutonds
10 apply Inr a Ipooiaf llnibor lloena! ovor tho
following dotcrlbod landa:
Oommonolng at I po>t planted on Ibo ea>.
ilde ..I I'oplar Creek, ubuut 2.. Ice. Irom tho
Creek, and al.oot alx miles Iro... the town of
Poplar, tbonco easl SO ehalna, tbence noulli W
clialus, tbonco weal 80 chain., .beuro nurih nil
chalna to pulut ul eoinmencftnonl, md oontaining f.lu acres, more or lesa.
lined October lib, luu"
HENRY MAUNU80N,
oot It HI I'or Eric Strand, Ageni,
1 .;
^ecord'-making
mW'fy^^mWm
~..:f'ft;li ImW
J
li¥H¥SIUnaril I 0
um
A record is better than a prospectus.
Every  year  since  its  foundation,
Fit-Reform made records.
Fit-Reform originated hand tailored
garments, completely finished.
Fit-Reform established a new and
better standard of tailoring.
Fit-Reform perfected a new system
of sizes whereby the tall man—short
man—Sout man—thin man, as well as the everage man,
can get absolutely peifect fitting garments without paying
anything extra for the fit.
Fit-Reform gave men an honest dollar's worth of Style and
comfort and wear, for every dollar invested in a Fit-Reform
suit and overcoat.   $15 up. 267
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Revelstoke, B. C.
llllh W® »
,. If.- jf*! -.
real
"EEMOYj
VOIE" (BG3
ich prcv-i
If you purchase a KoolBnay
without tho roDe'rvoti? ana
decide later t;ha.n the
reservoir is ■
necessity, "irl
order it and a•.
yoursoll It's
■aone.  Mo
remove tbo r;
nV,to marked
! i   ';:> Tii c< Tri-p
'I*j   luiiiDJaiXii"
iliuBtration),
i an opening
for tbe hot air to come
through and circulate
«rtder tho reser-
■'■■". Then attach.
by moans of
screws, the
I'jservoir and 1
9 fine box
: mi in low-
it ? illm bration.
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. 1
jcinver
3h0 only
eciuirea
•    «    f    M  '.-*--   ' '"
1 . A1»
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London, Toronto, Montreal Wl.-iiiioe; Vancouver, St. John, Itamlltoa
Fine k-HjuHity uuoiiiat on request
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to our store It you want to purchase
a New Carpel, Kiue Oriental or Wil-
ton rug, matting or linoleum uud see
how much further its contents will
lake you In purchasing tin... it will ut
any other stun, lu lhe eity, Our
Spring stylos are ready for yonr
selection.
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,   LIMITED.  j
lll'i.MI I.KKU'l-1 :   t'll.l.AUV,   Al.HKUTA.
Wholosalo and Retail Meat Merchants
Cork I'.itfk.r, a..I l>edt.r 'In hive Bt'i.'k. Market! In all tlio principal Cities and
T0WU! <>' All...rl*. Ilriti ill .....lliilbli, and the Vilko... Plokorl nf tl... Oelebrated Hun.
Ini|i..rat.ir" Iiiiiii, and Bacon, uml Hliiuuruck llriiiul, Im .1 l.artl. a
ii VsV%%%%%%%%*V% VM^UU%*t*Hi V%V%«A<vS
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITIil).
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE   DEALERS   ONLY.
REVELSTOIvE   B. O.
NCE
Work by lhe Provincial Government Reviewed - ;'.even
Hundred Leave England in
February.
"The Provincial Government i.s
quite alive to tbe desirability ol encouraging white immigration und of
spreading abroad accurate information
as to the resources of tbe 1'roviuce,"
said Hon. It. G. Tatlow, Minister of
Finance and Agriculture, when questioned by a News-Advertiser representative regniding the resolution passed
lust Monday by the Vancouver City
Council on immigration, "Of oiurse
it mils', be borne in mind that owing
to British Columbi.'s immense area
o! nearly four hundred thousand
b pi tr.- miles—ll.e largest province in
the H minion—and taking jnto uc-
count the broken nature nl the country, it has been impossible with the
amount ol revenue ut its disposal, for
tl.e Government to map out and survey this huge territory in lhe same
wny us has been po-sible with Ihe
other porli ms ol the Dominion. At
the sume time .i great de.ti has been
accomplished in exploration and stir
voy Work and every effort is being
made to give intending settlers accurate information,
In tliis connection I may say during
tho lust yeur over $25,000 waa spent
for surveys und $50,000 was upprop.i*
ated for that purpose in the current
year.
Take for example the excellent
work being done by the Bureau of In-
finnntion in the issuing of bulletins
relating to the various part.-, oi the
Province on Iruit growing, agriculture,
timber and other subjects. Ni) less
than 103,01)0 of these bulletins were
published uud distributed by the
Bureau lust year and several thousand
letters ul inquiry from intending settlers ans.veied. Besides this, large
numbers ol maps prepared by the
Lands and Works Department were
placed in the hands of pei sons seeking
Information.
Through the olliee ol the Agent-
General in London, maps, bulletins
and other information were disseminated, while the brilliant success ol the
enterp;ise ol tlie Government in Bend
ing fruit exhibits to Great Britain
under the supervision oi Mr. Palmer
has been another great iactor iu drawing attenlion to this Province and
iuducing settlement. The most casual
observer cann.it iail to see in tl.e
growth ol settlement and development
both of cities ond rural di-tnets that
a gieut deal ol good is being accomplished.
The efforts made on behalf of the
agricultural industry hnve been must
successful us may be shown from tl.e
fuctlliat in Inini the value of such
products was $7,ii00,OC0, an increase
over the previous year of u million
dollars.
In addition lo the publications already mentioned, 1 might refer to the
reports issued by the lluiea.i ul Mines
and the systematic (Hurts nn.de iherein to set oul ll.c advantages and
wealth of our mineral resources; tbe
c.iitiiiuous growth of thai industry
from year to year being nn index ol
what Unit course is accomplishing.
The Government bus consistently
endeavored to make this a white man's
country, as unyone must admit who
h..s watched the course ol legislation
in the Provincial House since we came
into olliee and I might briefly refer to
the agreement between the Government uud the emigration branch uf
the Salvation Army by which a considerable influx of lur... hands and
domeitlo help ie expected from Great
Britain during the coming Spring
and .Summer The Salvation Army
lms imtiiied the Government tbat it
has chartered a steamer to sail from
Liverpool in February with "00 (arm
laborers and domestic servants f.r
British Columbia, These will be made
up as follows: about 200 domestics
1:10 young men, and 60 families,
These will l.e brought Ihrough Canada
ou sp.cial lrams and will bc under the
guidance of Army ollicers till placed
in situations in British Columbin.
This mny be regarded as the advance
guard ot a large immigration ol litit-
ish settlers ol a desirable class into the
Province.
I may also mention, that the Bu-
reati ol Information, bus sent out circulars throughout the Province, inquiring as to the class of white farm
bunds or domestic help needed iu any
particular district with a view of
placing such persons of these classes
us apply lur employment.
Without going more into detail,"
Mr. Tatlow concluded, "1 think it
must be admitted from this bricl outline that the Government fully realises its duties both in ll.e mutter,if
making known the advantages ol the
Prouinco and ol securing white ijiiiiii-
grution ol a desirable class."
Dressmaking and plain sewing,
opposite Oriental Hotel.
unnnu Decern
Amateur Dramatic Club in Jane
and Band Conceit in Aid of
Anti-Tuberculosis Society
"Laugh and tlip world laughs with
yo..,*' is .... old ti sxim, moreover,
laughter is ns strengthening nnd
health giving ns the most tlaborate
tonic ever prescribed. The tonic thus
lecommendpd can be obtained at the
Canada Drug A Book Co., where ils
I |.rtscri| tion is made up for 75 cents.
I The results tire so beneficial ttiat it is
only ln:r to tbe general public of
Ilevelstoke to reveal lhe nnme of this
wonderlul elixir—"Jane"—.villi n big
percentage ol superior talent, is guaranteed to cure any ill, bu it llie blues,
the dumps or even indigestion. Two
! hours with ''Jane and Iiill" will cause
the patient to forget all his cares and
pains, and send him uwuy with pleas-
nut recollections ol good healthy
evening's entertainment.
All thuse who pay their money to
"Jane" will also have the satisfaction
of knowing that while having an
eve dug's pleasure, they are incidentally aiding the furtherance . f one of the
most deserving cuuses in Canada today. The performance of "Jane" on
Friday night at lhe Opera House, is a
benefit for tbe Kevelstoke Anti-
Tuberculosis Society, or the society
Ior the prevention ol consumption
Tlie movement i.s now wide spread all
over the province and appeals to all
to give their assistance and cooperation in securing funds (or the treatment of consumptives, The local
association is but one of the many
that are taking up active work for this
cause, and let it not he suid that
Kevelstoke is behind in interest ui.d
support.
Tbe Amateur Dramatic Club by
special request will present the three-
act comedy ''Jane," on Friday, Nov.
8th, In conjunction with the play
the Independent Bund have generously given their services and will
play select ions of music throughout
tbe evening. At the conclusion of the
comedy there will be a dance tor
which ull nre requested to remain.
The lollowing are the dramatis per-
sonae of June:
Charley Shackleton . .T. E. L. Taylor
Mr, Kershaw W.J. W. Brown
William Tipson  Mi. M. Lawrence
Clnude K. H. Sawyer
Pixlon H. Cunningham Morris
Jane Mrs. VV. M. Lawrence
Mrs. Chndwick Miss Grant
Lucy Norton Mrs. D. M. Rue
Mrs. Pixton iiliss White
Special music by Independent
Band.
WEDDING   RINGS
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH INSPECTOR
V..
.J
Kj Bankrupt Sale
Killes, Shotguns. Revolvers,
Fishing Tackle, Tents, Hunting and Outing Suits, Canoes,
Bouts, Typewriters nnd Offlce
Desk, Field and Opera Glnsses,
All at less tlinn half price.
Write nt once for big; list,
SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE
Nnii,.'"i-e.vauk, N. II., Canada.
What is probably the largest- baby
in London, Eng, was recently burn to
Mr. nnd Ers. Lambert of Wnrdsivortb,
weighing 22 pounds.
Nothing better than our "Speoial
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, fa ||
Under the Direction of
Harold Nelson
AND
Clifford Lane Bruce
THE
EGYPTIAN
POMPEII
A dramatization of BulwerLytton's
fun.ous novel—
"THE LAST DAY'S OF POMPEII"
WITH
HELENE SCOTT
AND
JOSEPH DeSTEFANI
Supported hy n special company
SPEOIAL SCENEKY
AND COSTUMES
OPBBA HOUSE
RETURN ENGAGEMENT
THREE NIGHTS ONLY
=GEORGE B.=
HOWARD
AND   COMPANY
Tuesday, Nov. 12—
Wednesday, Nov. 13-
Thursday, Nov. 14.—
-     -"CHARLEY'S AUNT."
.     -"HELLO BILL"
-"YOUNG MS. WINTHR0P"
POPULAR  PPICES
RESERVED SEAT SALE open Monday morning,
November i uh, at Canada Drug Store.
GOOD BUYS
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lola 1171 x 100, on Mackenzie Avenue,
plastered  Oosh $050, teems oi balance,    PRICE  $2,450
Two-StOI'ey   Dwelling,   plastoted  and stun., basement,,  Lots
7". x luo.... Second Street,     Cash $050 nnd terms on balance,
PRICE-$2,950
One-Storey Dwelling, Lot 50x100, neiir Cowan Block
PRICE  $850
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incurporuled liy Act cf I'urlin.tinut, 1855.
HEAD OFFICE, • - MONTREAL.
Wm. Moi.hon Mauphkuhon, Pres, H. II, Ewino, Vice-Pres,
Jamkh Elliot, General Manager.
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixly-two brunches lu Canada nnd  Agencies In all parts of 11...
world,
Interest credited fuur times a ye.irnt current rates on Havings
Bank deposits, until further notice,
W. JI. PRATT, Manager,
Urvelstoke, B, C.
I, Alexander M-riall, of Sain on
Arm, declare that my wife Ins left in)
bed and board ot her own free will and
without cause nud that 1 will not be
responsible (or nny debts that she or
my i li'l.li'.ii 111 -y in'iir ir.un this date
Oci  2 u  10 7.
Al I X IVIIKIt  U1 HIIALL.
NOTICE
To Whon ii May Concur*:
Take notice that I,the undersigned
from this dnte, positively declare mj
self not responsible for any bills con
traded by my son,  Frank  MoMahon
Dated at Kevelstoke, B, C, Oct. 19th
Mas. J. McGlNNlB.
FOR SALE
NEW MODERN HOUSE —Eigb'
rooms, furnace, two lots (one corner)
Convenient to business part of cit)
A desirable home for anyone. Pric.
moderate on easy term*.
Apply:—Mail Herald.
TAX.fjtfiMi.il
Daer Heads, Anin-ala ItinU, l.ai., ji lc.,
..HUM KI,
Aniiu.ii  Uus. .M'.ffiii, !,
p:,o. U..X31.
M-tliti:  corti.T "( fimi St. and Boyle Are.
Rt-ve' toke. B. C.
KOTIGt
SHANGHAI BESTAUfiANT
SO MOW A JIM SAM, Props.
Open Day and
Night
Special attention given to
Supper Parties A banquets
Meals, 25c.      Meal Tloksts, $5.50
OET THK HABIT
OPPOSITE Y. M.  C.  A.
Beware ol yellow ciicoVs which
claim others hnve the I rthbridge
cual I They lie 1 You can get Lethbridge coal from one Bource only, and
that is from its agency.
Place your orders with me and get
the real goods at $8.50 pel ton for four
ton orders, weigh where you please.
J. C. HUTCHISON,
AGENT.
James Evans
MEAT MARKET
Dealers in 'Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season. Orders promptly attended to.
First St. Revelstoke
WANTED
AN old established, lien, doing business in the principal countries of
the world desires a ludv of good nd.
dress to .epresent their interests in
ihis district, Security required. Apply P, O. Dux 814, or this ottTce.
r\ HAMBERMAID-Wants position
\j in hotel Apply A. R„ C. P, R.
Hotel, BIcaillOHS, B. C.
EDUCATED WOMAN wanted with
small capital for business investment, Good opportunity for right
party. Apply P. O. B,,x 0U or to
Mail-Huuai.d.
1710R   SALE-Two   bedroom   sets.
'   Apply D. M. Taylor, Fust Street
East.
FOR SALE-Pure bred Kough
coated Scotch Collie Pups, pedigreed, both parents prize winners,
sable and white, beautifully murked,
Apply CRITERION HOTEL. Oam-
hurne, B.O.
FOR SALE-Seveiul tennis of good
logging horses, suitable for uny
kllldof teailllllK. Apply lo RlOHARD
Davis, R.-velsK.ko -Saw...ill Co., Lid.
r().ST-A Pe...I Son ...u', between
j   ihe  Un.i. anil loot ..I M. K-,i/.i(>
A   ...ue.     F ...le. iv I   ........ ip viird
..y le.. ving .he sail..' ill It- .0 A Young's
LOST, STOLEN or STRAYED -
Four small pigs, two sheep and one
red and white cull, frum the C. P. R.
corral on Sunday night. Any per
son appropriating the san.o will he
prosecuted.—J. EVANS.
NURSING*!.! private homes wanted
by a woman ol expe.lence, good
references,  Address Mis. M. Overton,
Revelstok... OCt HO
mO KENT — Furnished or unfurnished house, neut lhe Eastern
Semaphore, on O. P. R. Apply to J.
Untile at the above residence,
WANTKD-Al once - Waiter   or
Wan cess. Wages $80.00. Apply
II. Mcintosh, Halcyon. 11.1,'.
w
ANTED-A Dish Washer,
ply lo Cli...;.x Hotel.
Ap-
WANTED-Mnn will, experience to
t.i.ii and grade lumber, also several
experienced inlllmen, for Revelstoke
...ill,—Bowman Lumber Company,
Limited, *.-|. i'i 2.v
WANTED KNOWN-Money loloan
iu sums of $o.)')an d upwards on
approved security.-Apply to E, A.
Ilnggcn. Real Estate Agent, Revelsloke, II. 0, 2t
WANTED-For clients, Houses of
from two In six moms; ulso
looms,—Apply to E, A. Haggen, Me
Kci.zie Avenue, Revelsloke. o2 2l
WANTED-Thlrdor Fourth Class
Engineer,   Apply   to   John
Kkiinaiii.an, Salmon Arm, B. C.
w
ANTED - Dining   Room  Girl,
Wages $!» per month,   Apply
Hotel (1 innii, Nakusp, li. C.  Sep 7 In.
WANTF.D-Llvewide awake hoys
In every cily, tmvn and village
to sell Western Canada's new weekly
newspaper, "The Western Homestead,' Hustlers can make bin money.
Nn capital required, Wi ite for terms
Immediately. The Western Homestead
Calgary, Alta.	
WANTKD-Profltnblc proposition
open for reliable man acquainted among fruit growers and with
ability as salesman, Full oi part time,
State ago, experience and references,
DROWN BROS. CO., N0B8KBTKBN,
Ltd,, Brown's Nursot ies, Ont,
K-.el-'t)le Land Ili-tr.ct.
Ulslrictof We-i Kocteaar.
Take notico ..iat 1. \V. a Smith, agent. GO
tlajfsafter date intend to a|>.l. tt, tbe ('hie!
.'ommi>sl(.rter ol Lauds act. Works Ior iter-
million to putcha*. th. following descrilMd
lauds:
Commencing at a post planted about m mile
norlli of south-ell! c.ruer uf Umber limit 1016,
tuii marked "W A Smythe'- S.W. corner post,
ttieu.'e nortb 80 chain*, theu.'e east Su cliains.
.hence south SO chains, tbence west 80 chains to
pnint of commencanieuti coDtAiniog sej acres
mora or less.
Bated Oct. Mlh, 1901.
W. A. SMYTHE.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Went Kooteuay.
Take uotice that I, J. SauudersoD. miner, 00
days after date iuteud to ai'ply to tbe Chief
I'liiiinii-.-inucr of Laiid-i aud Works for per*
mission to purcLa->e tie followiug described
lands;
I'ommeuciug at a post planted 20 chains west
of Blind Bay and marked "J. Saunilerson's
unrth-ean coruer post," theuce south SOchains,
then e west 80 chains, thi*nc# north 80 chains,
tliouce east 80 chains to iioint of commence-
meut, contaiuiug 640 acres more or leas.
Date-i Oct. Mth, lfcfi.
J   SAUNDERSON,
Par W. A. Smythe Agent.
NOTIGE
Rerelstoke Land District.
District of We-t Kootenay.
Take uotice that 1, F. H. Guffey, mine mau*
a)«r, 00 days afterdate iuteud to apply to tbe
i hief Commissioner of Land- and Works for
permission to purchase the foi low ing described
lands: .        ,   „    ,   .
Commencing at a post planted 40 chains
uorth of the south-east corner of timber limit
7016 and marked "F. H. Quffey's north-east
corner post," theuce south iu chains, thence
west80 chains tlmi'-e north 80 chains, theace
east 80 chaius f> point of commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
Dated Oct. 26lh, 1907.
F. H. GUFFEY,
Fer W. A. Smythe, Agent.
NOTIGE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenaj.
Take notice that I, K. M. Smyth!, merchant,
60 days after date intend tu apply lo .ha Chief
CommissioueOof Lauds aud Works lor permission to purchase tbe following described
imiii*;
Commencing at a post plaated 10 chains
north ol the soutb-est corner ol timber limit
1016 und marked "B. M. Smythe's north-WM.
corner post," them o tast 80 chains, thenca
south 80 chaius. theace wes. SO cbaina, ihence
uorth 80 chaina to poiat of commencement,
contaiuiug S*I acres mon or leas.
Dated Oct, 26lh, 1901,
R. M. SMYTHE,
Fer W. A. Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, W. A. Beav. locomotive
flremau. 60 days after date inteud to apply to
the Chief Commissioner uf Land and Works for
permission to purchase tbe following described
lauds: .       ,  .      ,    ,,
Commeueiug at a post plauted about 1 mile
uortb of the south-east coruer of timber limit
7016and marked "W. A. Beavo's south-east
corner post." thence north 8u chains, thence
west SOchaius. theuce south 80 chains, thence
eust SO ctuius to poiut of commencement, contaiuiug 640 acres more or less.
Dated Oct. Wtb.lWI.       „.       _ Vrt
W. A. BKAVO,
Per W. A. Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE
To John McColl, Esq., late ol Rogers
Pass, B. C
Take notice that C D. Morris has
commenced action against you in tbe
County Court ol West Kootensy hold-
en at Revelstoke to recover a debt of
$27.00 and has issued a garniihee
summons against tbe Canadian Paci
fie Railway Company, attaching
moneys owing by said Compsny '.o
you and that unless you enter a Dispute Note in said action within fifteen days from this date Judgms.t
will be entered against you by default
and tbe moneys paid into Court by tie
garnishees will be paid out to Ibe sa.d
C. D Morris.
Dated at Kevelstoke, B.C., thii 6th
day of Naveniber 107.
W. E. McLaughlin,
Deputy Registrar ol llie Court.
NOTIGE
To W. Tarsaycvk.
Take notice mat C D Morri. has
commenced act...11 sga.uai ym. .11 tne
County Cut ..1 lle-t hi ...to..ay Hidden at l.e, eel. ke lo iccovvr a debtol
$13Oo a .d i.".i ii'iied a garnishee
summon-ag.'i.-t the Canadian Pacilic Railway Company, attaching
money! ooiog ny laid Company to
you and that unlen you enter a Dis-
pine Note in said action within fifteen
(lays from this date Judgment will be
entered against you hy default and
the moneys paid out to the said C. D,
Morris.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, thii 6th
day ol November, 1907,
W. E. McLaoohlin,
Deputy Registrar ol tbe Court.
NOTICE.
To Jons McGibbok, Esq.
Take notice tbat C. D. Morris has
commenced action against you in tbe
County Court ol Weit Kooteuay hold-
en at Revelstoke to recover a debt ol
$112.00 and has issued s garniihee summon! agau.it ths Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.npnny, attaching moneys
owing by iai.1 Company to you and
that iiiileu you enter t Dispute Note
in said action within lilteen days
from this date Judgment will be entered against you by delault snd the
moneys paid into Court by the garnishee! will be paid out to lbs said C.
D. Morris.
Dated at Revelitoke, B. C, tbii 6th
day of November, 1907.
W. E. McLauuhlin,
Deputy Regiitrar ol tbe Court,
NOTICE
To Paul David, Esq., late ol Rsvel-
itoke, B. C.
Tske notice tbat B. B, Commozii
has commenced action against you in
the County Court ot Weat Kootenay
holden at Revelitoke to recover a debt
ol $18.o0 and has issued a garnishes
summons against the Canadian Paci-
fio Railway Company, attaching
moneyi owing by laid Company lo
you and that unless you enter a Dispute Note in said action within fifteen
daya from this dais Judgmsut will bs
entered against you by. delault snd
the moneys paid into Court by ths
garnishees will be paid out to ths aaid
B. B. Conimozzi.
Dated at Revelitoke, B. C, Ibis 6th
day ol November, 1907,
W. E. McLi.cB.iLix,
Deputy Registrar ol the Court, LA±Aa\X ^.U 1A1 Ifcat^^afaA I * '  Is *      « .   - 1 ■   ■ ^ |      -..
'i1 '4.  +  4»  X' "X ""■■ 'X1 'X1 ■X1 "X' 'X' T
I  NEW dOODS  *
t.l.ist opened up u shipment ol Fountain Syringes
ty and hot water bottles—the
ty very best makes.
ty     Come and -ee them  belore
t purchasing,
$ Canada Drug Hook Co.
4±i Limited.
3,        Revelstoke, B.C.
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WEATHER FORECAST
Wednesday, Nov. Uth, for 24 hours-
Unsettled and showery, cloudy, not-
much change. Temp: max. 59 degrees,
min. 411 degrees.
Local and General.
Make the Savoy your rendezvous
when down town, everything is at your
disposa'.
The ladies' oi the Catholic churcl:
purpose giving an "at home" in the
near future. Look (or the date in our
next issue.
The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church are holding a parlor social
tomorrow evening at tne residence ot
Mr. aud Mrs. H. Manning.
H. B. stones has the sole right of
manufacture in this district, oi a new
patent clothes drying apparatus, being
an improvement on the old method of
revolving arms.
All Revelstoke calls upon "Jane"
After which for a dance they remain;
For the corse of consumption
Let the town have the gumption
To dig in their pockets again !
The Quarterly Official Board of the
Methodist church will meet this Wednesday evening at the close of Prayer
meeting, lor the transaction of regular
business. All members ol tbe board
are invited to be present.
R. P, Pettipiece, labor leader of
Vancouver, will next year assume his
position ns tlie western organzer-for
the Trades and Labor Council, holding
this otlice jointly with that ol the
representative ol the Typographical
union.
The provincial government has
notified the Victoria Canadian Club
that it bus under consideration the
question of supplying the schools of
the province with the national ensign
as requested in a recent communication of that organisation.
Lost, stolen or strayed, a bahy
answering to the name of l'ixton.
Last seen in the Opera House Fiiday,
October 11. Finder will be handsomely rewarded by returning same on
Friday evening Nov. Sth.to "Jane and
Bill" at the Opera House.
The luneral of Gilbert Oliver, who
died yesterday in the hospital alter an
operation ior severe rupture, took
place this alternoon from Howsou's
undertaking parlors, Deceased had
been in Revelstoke a little over a year
an.l was a laborer by trade.
Tbe Scottish Concert, under the
auspices uf the Willing Workers' of
St Andrew's church, on Fov. 29th, St.
Andrew's Eve, promises to be as great
a success as in every previous year.
The best I-cal talent is kindly lending
their aid. which augurs well tor a good
Scots night,
At a meeting ol the Revelstoke
Conservative Association on Monday
Light tl.e following were elected as
delegates to represent tbe Revelstoke
riding at the great Conservative convention at Vancouver on Nov. 22-23
in order to furm a provincial organization. J. McLeod, W. W. Foster, W.
II Humphrey!, J. Lappen, A. E,
Kincaid. During the evening a vote
of condolence was passed to the family
.f Engineer McNab, who died al
Kamloops on Monday.
The Winning
BREAD
Good Bread is the steed that
health rides on. Our bread is
favorite becuuse lt is made of the
besl wheat Hour l.y an expert
bread maker ..nil baked in u
model bakery.
We hake it oyory morning and
deliver it to you fresh.every duy.
Ilul Rolls if you wish them
for lunch.
CANNED GOODS
Canned Goods to be nutritious
and wholesome must be the Iiest,
lhat money cun buy, and none
but tbe must reliable, true und
tried brands nro offered by us,
Deleterious effects on the health
follow the use of inferior goods.
Wh.it we sell, all know are pure,
fresh and wholesome, ns they are
delicious in Savor, preserving
the natural taste of the fruit, or
vegetable or meat,
HOVSOfl rSL  BELL
DON'T GET
COLD FEET
Come and order some
NICOLA COAL-the
best Coal over brought
into Revelstoke.
Don't forget the plnce.
Order from
Kincaid and Anderson
Oil
Frank McCarty
Don 'I, forget to reserve the date of
December the .lth, Ior something al.
together new, und still old, in the
concert line, when ye olde folks, will
sing ye olde time songs that pleases
everyone, at Tapping's singing house,
On Sunday evening the members of
l„ 0.1. 10,'iS, attended Divine service
ut St. Addrew's churcl). There was a
large congregation, special music heing introduced Tbe Rev. W, 0.
Calder preached au eloquent sermon,
appropriate lor tlie occasion.
The Union hotel restaurant will be
re-opened for business this evening
under the new management. Stewart
McDonuld,asm.iuager'forJ. l.n.igl.Ion,
has superintended all details and lias
completely remodelled the entire
premises. Dinner will be served this
evening.
Tbe Attorney-General has appointed
a special provincial constable lor
Field, B, 0., where the C. P. R. is
affecting extensive improvements to
the roadbed, cutting away a heavy
grade, an operation which will require
about two years. A lockup has been
built there alsu.
Drop inline and follow the crowd
tothe Halcyon Club's dance. Thursday night, Nov. 7th, in the Selkirk
Hall. Note, this dance is held every
second Friday, but owing to the lira-
matic Club's reproduction of "Jane"!
in llie Opera House, Friday, the dance
ns stated above will l.e held Thursduy,
Nov. 7th, 8:31) p iu.
When down shopping try a cup ot
our hot Bovril, it puts new life into
one, at the Savoy.
Tbe lirst meeting ol tbe Esperanto
Club will lie held ou Saturday next,
Nov. 9th, in the council chamber at
the City Hall, commencing at 7:30
p.m. All members are requested to|be
present and to hc on time, Any
members who have not yet received
their books sliould apply to the secretary, Miss E. Atkinson.
Those who were at the depot on
Sunday night would bave seen a
strange sight in the depot waiting
room, whicli wus crammed lull ol
Italian laborers, waiting Ior the east
bound morning train to take them to
Montreal. Each mini had his complete kit will) Iiim and wus stretched
in more or less ungainly attitudes iu
slumber. The atmosphere, needless
to say, was anything hut sweet.
Alex. McGregor brought in his
bridge gang on Sunday and work will
be ut once commenced on Ihe new C.
P, It. Columbia bridge. Tho steel
work is nearly ull completed and some
aire uly iu transit will arrive shortly.
Construction work under Alex. McGregor and J. Fraser will be in very
capable hands. Tl.e bridge will be
one ol the biggest on tl.e ...aiu line
and will be constructed so as not to
delay or impede trallic while the wnrk
is going on,
Friday, Nov. 8.—The Comedy Drama
"Jane," Amateur D.an.atie Club
Monday, Nov. IL— Drama, "The
Egyptian of Pompeii," Nelson A
Ilruce.
Tuesday, Nov. 12 • 13 ■ 14— C.nnedie-.,
"Charley's Aunt," Wed.iesdav,
Nov. 13, " Hello Bill," Thursday,
Nov. 14, "Young Mrs. Winthrop."
Geo 11. Howard Co.
Wednesday, Nov. 20—St. Peter's social
and sale ol work at the Rectory,
Thursday, Nov. 21.- Y. M. C. A.
Opening Dinner.
Friday. Nov. 29—Scott1 <h Concert by
local talent.
Thursday, Dec. 5-Ye Old Folks Concert, tl.e Ladies' Aid, Methodist
Church.
Social and Personal
Ralph Kenny is visiting his mother
Mrs. Kenny at Gclden.
Mrs. B. A. Lawson will not receive
tomorrow (Thursday) alternoon.
MiBS Pease ia visiting the citv, the
guest ol her sister, Mrs. J. I). Sibbald.
Mr. McKitrick, late of tlie Union
hotel restaurant and now of thel.elaud
hotel, Nakusp, was in the city this
week on business.
The whist club held the game at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
IIlime last evening. Mrs. Purvis and
Mr. W, llornell carried off the prizes.
MUSICALE
Enjoyable Evening by Local
Musicians.
A .lelightl.il musicale was held at
the home ol Mrs. Cressman on First
Btreet, west, on Monday evening, when
the lollowing programme was rendered
Chopin Waltz Miss Creighton
Song Dreaming Miss Borden
Essf<y on Lite of Chopin	
 MiiBMoPhalen
Vocal Duett Pierrot
 Mrs. Bews, Miss Muriel Buck	
Cello Solo. Simple A ven Mr. Hastings
Song.King uf the North..Mr. Forinan
Chopin Prelude Miss McPhalen
Song Old and New Marie Mrs.Fleetham
Cello Solo Intermezzo Cavalleria
 Ruslicana Mr. Hastings	
Song, with Cello Oliugato 0 Dry
 Those Tears Mrs. Dent	
Song The Dream Miss James
Song. .The Arab's Bride. Mr.Formal.
The drawing room was well filled,
between 80 and 90 persons having
accepted invitations. We understand
that it is the purpose of M iss Creighton
with the n-sistance of l.er musical
friends to hold these musical evening's
ouce a month throughout the winter,
many hostesses having kindly ull'ered
their homes (or the purpose.
GRIP AND PASSWORD
I,. (.. !„
Provincial Grand Master Pro. I). 0.
McLaren, ..I Vancouver, will visit
Revelstoke on Thursday, Nov. 7th.
when he expects to meet all the
brethren. A degree meeting will be
called to welcome the Iirand Master.
K. or P.
Gold Range Lodge, No 2li, are
holding a special invitation ceremony.
All members are reques'ed to attend,
OBITUARY
Well Known and Popular C.P.R.
Engineer Passes Away.
Wide spread regret will be lelt at
the death of Allan McNab, C.P.R.
locomotive engineer, which occurred
at his .ifu.idei.ee ut Kamloops on
Mouday at midday. The deceased
wai one ol the best known men in the
well, being engineer on the first train
into Port Moody, 22 years ago, The
late Mr. McNab waB perhaps the most
popular C. P. R. engineer iu tlie weit
and bis friends are legion; a prominent Conservative, be tiaik aetiv - interest in all the current issues o! tl.e
day and was .....p.nationally oue ul the
most popular men iu political circles.
The deceased was running tn and
from Revelsloke iu the C. P. R employ for near twenty years and all
who knew him will feel hi. loss (rom
their midst. Revelstoke, wbe.e hc
wus oiU' oi the best known men, will
leel general regret at the death oi one
who was so closely associated Ior so
many years with the citizens. The
Maii.-Hbrai.i) joius with the large
circle of friends in expressing the
deepest sympathy and condolence with
tbe bereaved wile and family.
Mrs.   H.  A.  Brown   l.as   returned
from Enderby
HURRY, HURRY, HURRY
Only a few days left of McLENNAN & Co.'s Big
Ten Days' Sale. Here are a few of Our Special
Week End Bargains. - -..-.-
IN LADIES' RAIN COATS—Prices   ranging  from  $5  to  $15.00.      Now at $1.10
These Coats are all made of the Best English Cravenette.
FALL HATS—Only a few of our Fall Hats left. All going at 20 Per Cent. Off
LADIES' WINTER OVERCOATS—Only a few left, which we are clearing at $1.10
FLANNELETTES—We are slaughtering this line at 5c, 7^c. and  10c.  per Yard
No value like this in town.
WOOLLEN DRESS LENGTHS—We have a number of All-Wool Dress Lengths
Selling Price ranges from $1.00 to $2.00 Per Yard. They have to go and we
have niarked them at 50c. per yard.
WASH BELTS-Thatsoldupto65c. .... Now 25c.
WASH COLL \'IS—You can get them here during our Ten Days' Sale,      —2 for 25c.
METALLIC VELVET—All colors, just the thing for Winter Blouses 35c. Per Yard
We guarantee each and every person absolute satisfaction. We guarantee every garment, every price
and every statement we make, and will refund the
money on any purchase not satisfactory for any
reasons whatever. Everything marked in plain
figures.
It.
MCLENNAN'S
LIBRARY; VOTING CONTEST
Large votes have been handed in
this week numbering altogether over
43,000, a good demonstration ol the
money in circulation in Revelstoke at
tbe present time. Tl.e following is
the result up till last night:
Fire Hall No. 2 116424
Y.M.C.A  90697
Knox Church  70704
St. Peter's Churcl.    7393
Catholic Church    6252
Methodist Church    2991
Public School    2878
K.olP    1021
Hospital       884
Masonic Lodge      880
Locomotive Engineers     620
F.O.E      620
I.O.F      "30
I.O.O.F     430
Machinists      310
Brakemen      250
Firemen C. P. U      160
Spoiled votes—76.
Business Locals
Quality writing papers at Bews'
Drug Store.
Patroniie Horn* Industry. Smoke
Revelstoke Cigars.
Rain coats 1 umbrellas I! rubbers 11!
at C. B. Hume & Co's.
Bews' (new formula) Senega Cough
cure—excellent lor coughs.
Celery, Ires!. Irom the garden every
morning, at C. B. Hume A Co's.
Bews' Witch Hazel oream softens
the roughest skin,
Mattressei, pillows and bed comforts, at C. B. Hume A Co's.
fr
,A
Great Slaughter Sale
THIS WEEK ONLY we will sell a number
of LADIES' COATS at a remarkable reduction in
price,
YOUR CHOICE For $8, $10 and $12
These Coats are the Newest Gibson design. We
have just 15 of the same left.
V
CRESSMAN & MORRISON
J
Revelitoke Cigars Union Mads-Our
Speoial, Ths Union, and Maroa Vuslta
are ahsad ot all others.
Boys' Reefers at half-price for tl.e
remainder of the week.—C. B. Hume
A Co., Ltd.
Fancy decorated China tea sett,
only $6 per set, at C. B Hume A Co's.
Book values never bo" low—Books
retailing at wholesalers prices, at
Bews' Drug Store.
For Carpets, Linoleums and floor
oil cloth, go to C. B. Hume A Co.
WANEED to purchase for client a
second hand Safe apply to E. A.
Haggen, Revelstoke.       nov 9
NO. 5 COMPANY
Members ol above Company will
muster Ior Company Drill every
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
Cheques lor elliciency pay will be
issued Thursday night, Nov. 7th.
H. A. BROWN,
Captain.
Revelstoke, B.C., Nov.6,1907.
Baby's Drug Store needs
are carefully supplied at
BEWS'.
Wc have special stocks of
thc Toilet, Nursing and
Feeding articles and preparations which baby requires.
FIRST QUALITY and
absolute FRESHNESS are
distinctive features of Bews'
Baby goods.
W. Bews
Phm. I!.
Druggist and Stationer
NEXT HUME BLOCK
^■1      _      !!■■_ ■_■■_■ ■_!_        S   ■■■   ■ !■■■..    I ■  UH ■/„'»■■_'    |||_„ —W^WS .11      I I        S MIIUISIW y
All New Goods Selling at Cut Prices
BARGAINS! Thanksgiving Feast!! Wc have used the knife in cutting Prices down.
Specials for the balance of the Week. Great showing in Table Linen and Napkins at 40c. per yd.    Special Napkins, $1.15 per dozen, hemmed, ready for use.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
LADIES' MANTLES selling regardless of cost,
LADIES' COSTUMES at Sale Prices,   Children's Jackets at your own Price
DRESS GOODS—all  new, this Season's goods, selling at iy per cent.
Discount.    This is thc time: to secure whatever you want  in
this line for yourself or your children.
FLANNELETTES AND WRAPPERBTTES-Regular  15c.  lines selling tit
IOc. per yard.
MEN'S AND BOYS' APPAREL
MEN'S SUITS-Good, Heavy Wool Tweed Suits just to hand from the
Eastern manufacturers,    Regular $10 and $12,    Now $6.00
BOYS' SUITS- Two-I'iece, Norfolk Cut.   Sizes 25 to 33.    Selling al -$3.00
MEN'S TWEED PANTS -Men's Good, Heavy Tweed Pants. SalePric* $1.10
MEN'S CASHMERE SOX-Five Pairs for $1.00.
WINTER UNDERWEAR-Mens   Heavy  Winter   Underwear selling at
50 Cents Ptr Garment
OVERALLS-Mens Best Dentin Overalls, Union Made. Sale 75 Cta. Per Pr.
Speoial Prices on
LANKETS AND COMFORTERS
During the Week.
REID   &   YOUNG
Speoial Prioes on
BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS
During the Week
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