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Molsons Bank Building.
requesting the city council to raise
the sum ut : I0,0i 10 hi debentures
for the purpose of i onstructing a
new \\ ing which will enable the
increased call.- upon the hospital
iccommodalion to he met, This
is not much lo a ■ oud he en in o i-
ati urgent one. As compared lo
other cities where the public have
responded handsomely, thia Btim is
small and it will be to the interests
of the general publio ii the scheme
I i.i carried through and the hospital
enlarged. All righl thinking
citizens will see lhal the request is
reasonable and a unanimous vote
should be made if the by-law is
put before the people.
CORRESPONDENCE,
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honestly gratified in Premier Mc-
Bri le's choico; and that these two
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election will go I hrough without
any hitch is  acknowledged   gener-
Etlilllt M III .IlKKAI.ll.
Dear Mr—In y.ui lu.-i Issue you
publish a leiti i Irum a Mr. Miokelsou
of Jtiiwlu re tbe Ward System nnd post
ollice site, which questions I am glad
tu set me teiug discussed by a number
ol our citizens.
Witli   rogard tu  the ward system of
representation in the city council, my
personal   opinion   is   that   we would
,    ,    .»_______■_____________________-_________       -  ,, lime bad  n "n nre solid and business-
electors should weigh carefully the | )ike udministru'tion ol public affairs
-iuital imi in the provincial cabinet
now is the opportunity lo  show   ii !
by an   unanimous   vote   for   Mr.
Taylor.     On   the  other huntl the
Ily.   (lu an occasion such as this | outlook   if   through  any inadver-|yeal.8 ag0, hud '„   no,   £eea   tor   Uic
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when a distinct honor has beer
conferred upon the riding and upon
our representative, tlio electors
would show the moil fatal inconsistency if they allowed the election of Mr. Taylor lo fall through,
fur they have been clamorously
complaining for many years lhat
Hevelstoke Ikik been snubbed and
overlooked in receiving her just
t. wards from tho government.
There is no question but that Revelstoke deserved Ihis appointment,
and lhe fact hal il was not made
.-miner may W< due to a number of
inconsistent foreheads directly go-
in out : Hii'- nay tu cast unjust
insinunl. ma V ainst lhe premier
I Mt .-, \ e't^oi' no other purpose ti':;:' tc '•'^mii'l forci their
li nnl. ">li. Mel.i.imlias not decided l'lisiii; oi liufRi'illy un his
hoi ' of I he in.in who shall he nt
tiie nead ■■' i he public v, irks de-
I irtment, bul after studying his
i. en and weighing carefulh everj
e ise  pro aud  con, concluded that
tence the Socialist candidate wins Ifriotiun caused by uur ward system;
out; there wcuId vu' lose ull future and although us alderman represent-
hope of cabinet representation and ' ing Ward 3, I am opposing any altera-
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probably sacrilic our influence already secured. There can be only
one result ami the Liberal-Conservative union in this matter has
practically proved it. The graceful act ot tho former will probably
be returned by the latter at an
early date, as according lo press
dispatches it is probable that \V.
Sloan, M. I'., for GBinox-Atlin in
the Federal House will be appointed to the Senate, ami that Hon. \V,
Templeman will contest the vacated
seal and if elected "ill receive a seal
in the cabinet of Sir Wilfrid Laurior
on bis elect imi- We understand
thai the Conservatives will not
opposi thi "■■" tioi being only too
williug ii'' 13, t ihould havo
cabinet rt presei tation at i htawa,
Wi lherefoi'0 look to see 1 hat t he
Revi Istoke electors gel out on Ihe
Iuih and poll a unanimous vole
for lho Hun. Thomas Taylor, and
Puylor *•«.« Uw •-«-■•■ • ■■■' i- "'■'"' '•'''' "I'l'i" m'ii"ii of the
nn of his long and lionor done lo this rieling by Mr.
faithful support "; McBride's gov- McUridc and his confidence in the
, nmetil hut also by reason oi the neii minister. I'hi is tin oppor-
f.tul .;,,,. m, Taylor having wide tunity we have looked for, let us
experience   in civil service work, is  lake it and do tin rightthing  u il
peciallj   fitted   lor   this   iloparl . 	
.. m     !!•  hu   ■ ■ len ive acquaint - \   -, I,   | .   ■ |. ■.   v,,
,   with   thi   t hiol   indit tries ol      .   .
"'•' ,      . l'i   a gratifvin'
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.   new !■• peuditures w 11.   • .,• e
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ur a foregone concluei '""* lex Denied and be of value
To  the    Electoral
School  District.
Ladies and gentlemen.—At   the re-
'iin -i of :i number  of   Irionds, I have
•   euteil   to  offer myself as a candidate loi School 'I ruslee,     If elected I
give in j  i" -'  s.n ices to Ibe  ollice
utit endi-avoi to look after the business
ol   the schools i" tho interest ol the I
city,    I therelore  respectfully   solicit
your votes and inlluence.
Yuiirs faithfully.
A, HOBSON,
Municipal Elections. 1909
To the Electors of Ward Three.
Ladies   and    gentlemen.— Having!
been requested by a largo   number   of
friends to offer myself as a candidate j
for Ward Three, I   have consented to
ilu BO.      I! plcctetl  I will do my best to
look after your interests nnd therefore
solicit your votes and inlluence.
Viiiir.- respectfully.
I.  I!.  WKLJ.8.
Municipal Elections. 1909
To i Le Electors of the Hevelstoke
School llislrict:
Ladies and gentlemen —At the re-j
quest of a larg' number "f friends, I
have cunseiited to oiler myself as
candidate for Sohool Trustee. Having
bad several years touching experience
tbe knowledge gained will stand me in
good stead, and if elected I will faithfully look after tbe interests ol school
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(Municipal Election. 1909
To tbe Electors ol Ward Throe
Ladies and gentlemen—On Thursday next it will bayour duty to record
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      ynur ballots for these whom you lliink
i   ineonviccfd   in   any way, their I w!" b«8t 89"e y°,ur.  im,'iesl"a  '"   Ul"
m^mm ' City Council, and  in   soliciting   your
support 1 wish it   to   Ue   understood
that   while   1   propose    il elected, to
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tion of the present system as 1 believe
the large majority in my ward are in
favor of the present sjsoitn. At the
time of incorporation uf the city
Ward ii was allowed two representatives and 1 oniii.111 support any alteration of such arrangement until the
majority in the ward express tbeir
agreement. If the waul bus not a
sulficient number residing in it, nr
there ia a very largo discrepancy in
revenue derived therefrom. I lie bound-
lies uf the several wards iiiiict bo readjusted. I !iepe to sec $bo time
when tho mi.juiily in Xu. -I waid will
agree to the al'olitijli of wind lioiuul-
lies. for surely ive: can lind six men in
tbe city wilb M.lliciie.t penoe uf fair-
play to do lhe right thing by all
parts "f our cit)
With regard to my motion which
wae passed ly tbo cby council, re
post oflicc site, 1 still think Lli.it the
majority should decide ibis question
and if any large number uf ciii/.ens
were
grievance should be  remedied,   wbicb
cuuld   be   dune   in   tbis case by the
establishment of a branch  post ollice
on Front street.     I do not think that
• lie iin ent li c    '., i-  convenient  for
anybody excepl patrons  of the opera
house ami tiie  hospital,   and   cannot
.   vhal   imp irtant   difference >, fen
blocks will   make   to   the   old   town
- -!: nil i H   m ' j irity  in   pleb
place it i.(-;   (I   present   bite.
I   • ■ ■-. ■   .      ;ernmei    - replj  to my
motion    was   that   a   plebiscite   was
■■ '■   t." which was  what
, ,., unserves my   puipnse  in
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ur p iper, for none
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cial Revenue Tax and assessed taxei
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md cily, and   therefore   solicit   your | umlc,   lhr    ..,VsSUs8iiienl   Act'     und'
amendments, tire nuw due and payable for the year 1000, All taxes collectible for the Rovelstoke Assessment
District are due and payable at my
office, situate at Revelstoko. Tin's
notice, in terms of law, is equivalent
ton personal demand by me upon iill
persons liable for taxes.
Dined al   Revelstoke, Nib January,
llinil.
I'.. EDWARDS,
Deputy  Assessor and Collector, Revelstoke  Assessment District., Revelstoke I'ot-i Ollice. i mil -10.1
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votes and influence.
Yours respect fully,
I. VV  LAI Ml.
mu. .cipal   Elections   1909
'I'u the Electors of Ward Tbn
Ladies ami Geiillenieu I am again
(ifVciiog myself as ii candidate l'or Al-
ib'i'tuat) in Ward Throe. .Should my
attention to your business during the
past, year have met. with your approval
I once more solicil your vote and in-
lliience, and if re-elected I will endeavor to serve you faithfully.
Vinos respect fully,
j.   A. Stum:.
Municipal   Elections  1909
'I'n ibe Electors:
Ladies and tlentlouieu Having incepted the nomination for Alderman
tue Ward Two, I would respectfully
request the support ami Inlluence ol
tbe electors for this Waul.
Your obedient servant.
A. E. Kim uu.
Certificate of  Improvements
ISIOTIOlLi
Last Chance aud Lust. Chord  mineral
claims, situate In  the Trout Lake
Mining Division of Wesi Kootenay
District.
Where   located!    Al   head   ol     Conn
Creek.   Nn nli   Fork   of Lardoeu
River.
Take notice lhal I, 0. II. N, Wilkie.
,u line as agcnl [or Henry VV. Schlors,
Froo   Minor's   Oci'tillcilte   \".   BOIOlu,
iutend, siviy ilav.s Irum data hereof,
in apply in the Mining Recorder l'or u
Certificate of  Improvements,  I'm'the
purpose of obtaining a ' 'i own Grunt of
tbe above claims,
And Curt ber Hike notice I luu acliou,
under section ,'17. mustjic commenced
li..lure ihe issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements. .
Daied  this llth day of January, A,
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Hevelstoke Land District.
\\ est Ivoolcn.'ij ,  n. , .
Take Notice tbat 00 days after dale
I I!. \V, Lindsay of Cant borne, II. 0.,
ireupietiun, merchant, intend tu apply
give my   best   attention   to   matters
aifeoting the goo J government  ol  the. ...__._        ^_^^^__^^^^_
citv iu general, I am determined, j, | J1'1'l'ern,,ss„.„ n. piucbase tbe I'ollnw
possible to alter conditions in Ward''-» d^cHbeU lnnUa situated on l-'isb
Tbrce, which has not, heretofore, received its lair share ol recognition,
and to which it is justly entitled io
common with Waid One nud Two. 1
have no strings m, .ue. no clique m
corporation to serve, un the contrary
1 propose to act independently in
dealing with matters affecting your
iuti rests, and I rciieotfulij' -..licit
your inlluence and support,
Vnu.s respectfully,
11   E. R. SMYTHE,
NOTICE.
.Voliir is hereby given lhal I intend
in apply to the Superintendent of I'm
vinciul Police for permission to transfer to Arthur Evans, of Beaton, B.C.,
the retail liquor license belt) by iue hi
respect "I ihe premises at lleaton,
known as t he Hotel Beaton.
Daled Dec 2)si, P.His.
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W.M.  Iiu\ 11.
NOTICE
Biver, West Kootenay district.
Commencing at the north-east eurner ni A. D. MacKay's pre-emption
No 7,805 ninl marked " R. VV. Liud-
stty'sNorth-West Corner Post;" tbenee
8 chains to wesi line of Mc Kin nun's
pre-emption; thence 50 chuins south;
i hence sj cbains east to MacKay's;
ibence norlli 50 chains in point of
commencement, containing Hi acres
mure nr less:
Located Oct. toih, 11*18.
It, VV. Linusay, Locator.
FOR THE
SPRING TRADE
Tesl.'d : k,   Seed- I'm
farm, garden ,,,• conservatory, from the beat
growers In England,
I'cancc. Holland, lhe
t'n i t nil Slates, and
Canada. I'Yuit ami
Ornamental tree, small
fruits, home grown,
L'ei tili/.efs, lice supplies
spraying materials, cul
flowers, etc.
140 Pantc Catalogue   Free
M.   J.    HENRY
Green Houses and Seed Houses
.loio Westminster Ku.-ul
VANCOUVER, B.C.
IIIIANCH NUBSEilY. SOUTH VAtlDO'JVEII
itoke Laud District,
: of West Kooteuuy,
I il .. imi ice i hat Annie  Louisa i !op.
Ihu   i.i    |Iir/.elwood,    West    Virginia,
.... up.ii uui  (Min ii-il   woman,   intends
foi   permission  lo   piu'chimc
lowing described lands:
l 'olllllieiicillg    III     i    pusi   planted at
 i ii we i   corner  nf   Loi   71)00;
■ hence south 'JU i lin n ■: llieni ■■ easl 2n
 ■'• -.hiIIi 211 rbi ins: ihenei
i L. ii. i   mu i li III. hains
pollll  ,.|    ''"In
III     .      '.	
\N.  ii    Lm I    '.   ( ull. \ V,
Dale: December 11, Ksw, |unll iiud
him I.
NOTICE
I   I l|-i I Icl.
.   i Kooli nn)
I  .    nl    11,   \\ liileI.
uf  -Si.   I'..     Miiiii.'Moia.   occupation
uigh with   it,   ul-
Iroi
usiderabli     -    ilsi ■■. U •   n
'.-■     hi     ippi   .i .i.i nj
.-..-■
"■n felt tinu Mr. Ta; :.   I'ayl Vti   . . .' iblii
red   this  important! Works wil   n   ■ mori
'
ay ior j.;
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ity to i      aftei   ■   an   mon    lull)
lm i  ■ :.- ol tl.:- riding, and   h hi le
w    lo h"'  irge thi   oloction   with
pun h   "lii-li motive!,
I thai   i   minister   ha
■   pe     II lhe riding i    ■....
with it.-i'll and with  what   it   hn
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NOTICE
| ,."i|    bv     . .
iccotni iodal   ..
the more pai ittenlion   lhat
.   patil . |      ,  ,.   pahet,Im
and "rn- timjil   ■   mu t. of m  i
requir ■     \ m    itLlu public charit;
■"' ■   I'tnan     I    upport   has   been
iiilhi rlo asl   i i .1 uin hospital and
'e hi lilution    lesoi ni   tbi
i. ,, i
eil       epul
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■   uin
Mn
1
■ .i
■       s 14th
|( Wag-
i gla
'■■<■■ and lOo    in l pull    al    fl       | i.„
purest and In it      the markol    0  It
Hume * Co.
,i  \i    i |   .
"      III      ! '   I    ii,' ii i
l'."il.    d iiiii       -       . up itlon
1    I i   qi|	
In  •     lie
. i.in ,l land
'" ■ '•' "■: u (posl |il nli .I ..]..,
nl" "I  Hn- i" mill ml   .mil, wi ■ i . "i
.   ;        10711; tlieiii'u ue-t  lu
i.   i idai y "I
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tin ii •     i     III   (ball "..iih lu
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contain n ■ [IHI ici ei.
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D»tf: December 8, 1008,        |an980d
NOTICE TO CRKDITOltl
IN THE MATTER OP THK ESTATE
of John Smith, late of  Malakwa.
in   ...  Province of British Columbia.    Deceased.
NOTICE is  hereby given  pursuaiil
in ihe Trustees   unl   Executor     Vet,
lu nil creditors of the estate lo deliver
lo the undersigned bet tlm271 h day
of January. fOOO, full pariictdars of
claims, verified by Statutory Doclara
lion, After such dale tlie Executor
will proceed lo distribute the assets
ace ailing I" law.
Mi PHILLIPS .V; HEISTERMAN
of Dai iu ('handier . V ictoria, B.C.
Solicitors for the Executor
Dad 'I this l Ti ti   da-,   of  Dccenii In.
\ ,l>..  IIKJ8,
NOTICE
Revelsluke I.unl District,
Distriel nl Wesi Kootemi.i.
Take ii"i li u lhat iie.,i K,. n. IV.mk-
tuner ul' Minneapolis, iVIInnesota, occupation college piulessiii, intends to
apply foi I'.-ruii -i"ii tu purchuso lho
I'ollnw iji__r de-' i Hied lands:
Ctiiiiiiicucing at a pusi pint)led at
il,,. Hiiiilheasl enrnorof lm 7(18(1, tlieucu
in i uu cbaius more m less i.i, ih,.
liouiiil.il.v ul lot 7U7U: thunce south 2»
ih. mis: t ii.. in aet (HI i h.iins more or
less I,, ill, sbnreof An.iw Lake, thence
aliing -aid hui" iii a null Iiei I v direc-
limi 20 chains more or less to puint of
lulnliielieeniint.    eiilll ui ui llg   1211   (ll'lrN
llll'll "I   I"--.
I'l.iill'l    II,   I'll IMllillt'l'Iill.
Date; December II, 1008,      |an0(K)d
^IIOKSERSES
Certificate of Improvements.
Kingston, Mag/ie R, Tongue, Senator,
and I'M,tuck Kraciion Mineral claims,
situate in the Lardeau Mining Divi
sion of West Kooteuay District,
Where located On the weslern slope
uf Loxingtou Mouiitaiii near Cam
borne, H. C.
Take notice* thai I, b' It. Blochbur-
ger, t'.M.C. No, B, i'(ii22, agent for the
Lulled Kingston Hold Mines Limited
non-persoual liability, Pree .Miner's
Certificate No. ti 01842, iuteud si.\ly
days from dale hereof, to apply to ihe
Mining Recorder for a (Vr.ilirate of
Improvements, for the purpose of uii-
taining Crown Grants of lhe above
claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section ii, must he commenced
iieiuiv ine issuance nl such Certificate
of Improvements,
Dated this 21st day of December,
A.D., 1008,
P. I!. lluiiiiiiKitui/it, Agcni,
Certificate of'Improvements
3STOTICE
W'm.sluw Mineral Claim, situate in IUu
'I runt   Luke  Mining   Division  of
West Kootenay Distriel,
Where   located;—At   head   of Seven
Mile ('reek, Trout Lake.
Take notice lhal I, O, li. N. Wilkb
acting  as agent    for   Neil O'Donneli,
Special P.M.O. .'(7li.'i; William Bennett
F.M.C.  Nn.   B05877;   Bruce White, V
fM.C. BW524; and  P. II. Murphy, P.M.
C, B22087; inteud, sixty days irom the
Itlate  hereof,   to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a OertlHcato of Improve
ments, for tbe purpose of  obtaining a
Crown (.Irani ut the above claim.
xViul further take uotico thai action,
under Section 'Al, must be commenced
before I be Issuance of mieh Cert ideato
nl Improvements.
Iliited  ihis 20lh dm of October, A
li., I lit is.
ocl HI OOd O. B. N. WILKIE.
NOTICE
NOTICE
ni I,.
Mill-
su.ip
|i.iil)
Nulii'      ..um given  lhal purm
III."   j.l". IS.,-II        ,,|      (    lt..p|,.,     I S_[ ,,(   ,||
rCamilla ; 8, Edward VII, S|
unl    I li..,n|,.  i,    Rivei -    Iiliuin i ,.
I in   In- oilue  ui  il,,. Dominion
Lands V,;, nl  al   Kamloops, B.C ,  ami in
ilu ■ i "i l li" ib'iii'in.iliie ihe Minister
ol Public Works at Ottawa, Ontario, plans
""i |"' mentions "I certain booms and
otln - u ... l    pn |... . .i  i.i ",■ , onstruclcd
i I ' . ...|.i'.'   In, ovei and along llie
Norlli   11 |  Rivei  in lhe Kamloops
'' f V ii 1.1  Distriel in ilu  |'ro\ lm e
.   .      mi..,,  ;i.i,l iltiu ,,n ||H. Ml,|(
"I    I ' Inn.ii I ,   "|..i|.  Ml    lhu   Imiii,   ,.|     , ,
Ilu i. i.i. ion, . - ,,: then
ifiei   •"  U"' application , an  :...   heard,
made by lhe under-
■!i:    Hi    Ei • ellcin ■,        Covi rm r
hi i ...in. 'i " i liiawa, Oninrlo, loi his
'i'i"" 'I '•' lie given i"   in h plans,
l i.u,.,I tIn-. |ih .I.n ci December, 1908.
siu sw,e  inu  1 ii."ies,,-.  Rivkrs Boom
l OMCANV,
1    ' I■'" 1. u im" M.1. Secretary,
D»c. 9, 60 A
UNDER AND BY Vlirn Eol the
powers of sale containod in ;• certain
mortgage which will be produced by
lhe null rsigned (dofault linviug. been
iniuie 10 pa\ inenl ul mc moneys there
by secured) lenders will bo received b}
1 be uiidci'slgnod up till 12 o'olook noon
of the 21st day "t January, 1000, foi
the purchase of the following property,
namely, all and singular that parcel
or tract of land situate in ihe city of
Bevelstoke In Lhe province of British
Columbia, described as tbo Nurtb
Easl bull ul lots numbers 11 and 10. in
i iL "L 11, according 10 a plan of part of
-■■id City uf Revelstoko approved
tb.
and confirmed at Ottawa the 21 st day
uf i iciiiber. 1800, by Edoward Dcvllle
Hui vevoi General of Dominion Lands
and of record In the Department of
the Interior together with any build
lugs or Improvements llieroon,
'I'he mortgagee may refuso to accept
Ibe highest or any lender.
Daled al llevelhtiike, B.C., Ibis2lllh
day of Decernbor, 1008.
IIAKVEV.  MK'ARTEH
vnu PINKHAM,
Solicitors for the Mortgagee
3STOTICE!
iliiiitilii.iliin, ui Ormvn Orant
Wltorotu nn tlio :ihIi das ol Nurambor, 1007,11
1 rnwii (lrii.it wii.ii,.noil 111 tho 111 , „f|r,„rt»,
ii'li Ha-lil.iiiiriin for Let M17. lici'iui I, K.ioln
nny in-irii'i. Th.it ev donoo haa ilncf iS;,"
'I'l'ii'i rodaotd slipwlun Unu ti„. .■ .1 prsriar'ci
WHililiiiunio dio.l 00 Ilm Jtli nl August, IWi7
umotloio prior to ilm tsauaaoe nl tho -.ui.l
i iinvii (iniiii. hut by agrootuqnt dated "Hi'
Auifnsi, l«»i, lho said I'ruilorlri, IVsghboa uo
ii Hii'iii'il all hi., iistnto, rliiht, lltlo iitorou
i-lui'ii iiti'l 'Ion,.'iiul whiilHiinvor In tue»..ld Inn,I
in Tannin- siuitik.. MoPhenou,
N.iliiii r. llii'rofiiro horoliy glvoo, lu inuiii
HiiiMolrtnotiiilillKiiltho "l.iuiil Act. ' thin, li,..
the iiililiiti'in tu mincol th" iiiil Critwn (jriiiii
i iiml in thi, iiiuiio nl Frederick Wnilibourns
uuii tn .-ne imi in Its stead in the name ol
Thiiliii, ■ Hhiuil    McI'hor.,c,n ihroo in.nill ■ fr,„„
tho juto hereof noletigood osuae Is ihown tn
tho oon trury,
If. J. IfDLTQN,
Chief Commliitoaer o( Lauds and Workii
Lsodl eel W"r(-- Departraeul,
VioiirU, U. Un 11.h Ootober, 1(01,    .JCt U4a
I
■ THK MAIL-IIKRAIJ), REVELSTOKE, 13. ti.
M
VANCOUVER EARTHQUAKE
$250,000 IN PRIZES
Given away every month
absolutely free with
ROYAL STANDABD FLOUR
sac
Seismic Disturbances Along the
Pacific North-West
In common with the entire northwest coa-i "f the continent, Vanoouver
experienced a thrill on Monday afternoon by the entirely unexpected visit
of a seismic disturbance. It wvs not
much oi an earthquake as such tilings
Electoral District of Revelstoke
11 mm i
To   THE   ELECTORS:
hrst
the
the
Royal Standard   Flour leaving our
mills conteUT? a numbered coupon.     On the  last day of each
month, ten numbers will be drawn and published  in  the
issue of this paper following.      To  each  one   holding
duplicates of these numbers, we will, upon return to us ol
coupon, deliver free of ail charges to an) address, a
Handsome China Dinner Set
nl  One  Hundred  Pieces,   value $25.00,
Full particulars on the back ol   each coupon.      Begin I
saving   them   today.
Remember we guarantee ever) sack oi Royal Standan
to be the purest; sweetest  and   most   wholesome bread  (lou
mi  the  market.
Manufactured only by
VANCODVER MILLING 81 GRAIN Co., LM,
VANCOUVER,    B.   C.
(living to the very limited space of time at my disposal in which to canvas the constituency,
realizing that I will not be able to meet any considerable number of the electors personally, 1
go, iii faetwity the recent happenings take this opportunity of addressing a few facts tei you for your earnest consideration.
in Italv still  in mind, it would hardly1 .      , ,      .  T . .
,        :, ,. ..    ..,.,.,' Un the  22111I  ol  December, iqoS,  Ilic   Hon. Richard McBride, Premier o   the Province,
be woith recording were   it not for tbe    ,   ,   . ■ ,,  ,     ,■'        ,.     ,,. , ■        , ■ ,     • ,    ,  .
fact   that  such  occurrences   in this1 constituency and myself the honor oi calling me to Ins cabinet, placing meat the head of the
favored comer of the' world are so re j i'»P°'"T ?«PfrtnMSnt f PJ,blic Dorics.      After nearly ten years of  public life as your representative
,,,..,.., , n the Legislature, and owing to the persistent advocacy o   my friends of all persuasion o   no hues m
markable from their rarity, .._.,. i
Allowing for differences in the per
Bonn!  records  ol time, the lirst shock
Icaroeat   just  about ten minutes to 4
o'olook.      Ii    was   a short trembling
which  attracted  but little uutice. but
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
K2H
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 .{ranches in Canada, and Agents antl Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A CENTRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVING S     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
' (Wl'IV
pytsBSi
0
COPVRlCHT
1 lining Room Furniture is particularly essential, and in view ol
this fact we have selected a very
desirable line of elegant and
artistic dining tables, chairs and
sideboards, An early inspection
should be made, ns the price we
arc asking for such superior furniture makes then. o. mual ile'SlralUC
decoration.
H.  HOWSON Sr CO.Y.
i|ii^ii|ii|ii3ii|ii|ii|ii|iiti^i|i.|it|ii|iiIii$ii|n|iiIii|iitiiIiilMti|i
f   S.  MCMAHON   *
seconds and oonsisttd enliiey "f a
lateral slinking. There Was no iertic.il
movement whati ver.
Judging fruiu comparative reports
ul the movement "f tho earth, the
centre ol the di-lurbanee ye.rterd.ty
appears to have been neat Ibe cily of
Hellingham, Wash. In that town tin
shock was measurably heavier than in
Vanoouver,considerable damage being
done.
Over in Seattle the ijuake caused
much more excitement thau in Van
eotiver.
Considering the general course of
t'ie tliake and the centre of its activity
it would not be surprising if old Mount
Baker were taking a hand in the
game that made VesuvioUB famous.
pressing my claims, and further in recognition of the importance of the immense potentialities of the
j elistrict, Revelstoke has for the first time in her history bei n honored by cabinet representation.
That my appointment is accepted as a recognition of the Killing's interests and advancement
is demonstrated by the fact that the Liberal party in meeting assembled, and in the presence oi the
lion. J. A. McDonald, Leader of the Opposition, resolved, that it was not in the best interests ol the
it was followed almost immediately by I district to bring on a contest; and subsequently, that my nomination papers bear the endorsation of
a second i-hnck, which insisted upon | Liberals and Conservatives alike, and lhal I have the further assurance of mam of the most promin-
making itself felt.      t lasted about 20 ent Liberal, of  the  citv anil distriel   o( iheir   lieartv   support  and  co-operation, assures   mc beyond
question that my election on Saturday the ifitli is only a question ol majority.
Wc have, in our neighborhood, .1
lumbering, agricultural and horticultural it
early development of these interest:, must necessaril
public works, such as ro.ads, streets, trails and  bridges throughout the
important public works in view are, the opening up oi the Big Bend country by better insportation
facilities; the development of the farming country to the south of us by more adequal. . igon road
connection, a systematic effort at which, by the construction of the lllecillewaet Bridge at u In roads
in that vicinity, is now well in band. The further extension of road work in the Fish Creek, Galena
Bay and Hall's Landing sections o( the district, and the construction of a traffic bridge across the
Columbia River, the site for which has been approved by the chief engineer of the Province, and the
plans for a very handsome structure so far advanced that I have the assurance of the Engineering
Department that tbey should reach us here not later than the 15th inst. These and many other
important works will receive my earnest and immediate consideration.
Asa business matter 1 would ask whether these important matter; can be more speedily
carried to a successful fruition by myself as a Minister of the Crown, or by i representative of the
Socialist partv.
I would urge on my many friends here and elsewhere to use even legitimate effort to bring
to the polls the largest ami most representative vote ever recorded in this constituency, and by so
doing demonstrate to the Premier and the country that you appreciate the great honor accorded
Revelstoke Riding by cabinet representation.
In conclusion, I wish to lake this opportunity of thanking my many friends in the ranks of
the Liberal and Conservative parties for the kind interest they are manifesting in this campaign, the
successful calumination of which must undoubtedly aid materially in the development of the entire
district.
1 have the honor to remain,
Your obedient servant,
THOMAS TAYLOR.
Revelstoke, B. C, January ii, 1909,
PROCLAMATION
• by «iv- n to tho electors
Hevelstoke, that 1 i
Publio notice i- be
of iht> Munioipa'fty of
(inin- tl... prr-enct' of tJv- i-aiil elector at thu
lity Clerk's office, City Hull. McKenxie Ave-
nuc. in ihe -■ .1 cUy. on thu lltn day of January, 1900, al l.i.'i-j. k noon, fur th* purpup** of
electing persons to repr&>ent h»-in in the in uui-
i Ipul coum U -t- Mayor a d Aldermen, and aim
for the purpose of electing throe 8cboolTru*»
tees.
The mode of nomination of candidates ahull
i <   i- follows :
The candidates ihall be nominated in writ
[ng; the writing shall be subscilbed by twu
voters of (he municipality .i- proposer mi'l
*i coi •!• - ind shall be deliver) I Uj the Upturning Officer at any-time bel ween the date ot thin
lu-i ■ »■ um! 'J p. m of tbe day of the nomination;
ind In ihe evenl 'if a poll telng Deceit try i cli
poll will Im- opened ou Thursday, the Uth dn
i'i   ■
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
*
AuLXT run
.lulls    DEIII'
plows, lull l_liw -
cultivators,
wagons and
t'ai in iniiili-
till   Ills     ,,|'     ;ll!
kinds
s|.|.;iui|s
I'.l'ia.lKs
i l "I'l'Lll.-
made   ami repaired.
Horse Shoeing
;i Spociall y
♦
♦
All Orders Promptly Executed    -    First Class Work Guaranteed
FIRST   STREET   -   'PHONE KT
Stuttz Theater Co.
The Stuttz Xh.atre Compiny will
be in town for a week at the Opera
House, putting on a new play each
nigbt. Mr, .Stuttz, tbe manager, i-i
well known to the old limera bere,
having played to some of tbe largCBt
houses ever assembled in tbis town.
Aggie Marion S'uttz, tbe leading lady
of the company, is » daughter of tbe
great North-west, now teturning to
home audiences after numerous successes io the United States and South
America.
Took   Inventory  of   C.  P.  R.
Cars Saturday
An inventory of all tbe railway ears
on the Pacilic division ot tho C. I'. It.
was taken at neon on Satuiday from
Vancouver to Laggan at the instance
of Ihe ear service department of the
railway. Special arrangements for the
cluck were made by the car service
olbcials, and not a car on running
trains, passenger or freight, or on
blind spurs or sidings, will be missed.
This is the stocktaking season all over
the 0. P. I. system.
Notice
The Hon. Mr. Taylor will be at llie
committee rooms, over tbe Hums
block, every afternoon and evening
from now until after election day, and
will bs kIixI i" woloorae tbere all hia
friends, both Liberal anu Conservatives.
Cut Flowers
Chrysanthemums, Carnatione and
other Cut Flowers supplied by .1. T.
Hcalby, Nelson, I!. ('.. (P. O, Box 890.)
i|i ifr flnM) ■$"£'!' 'I' 'I' fl ■$ ■$» 'frfo+M1 'S"M"fr 'I1 'I' 'H"I'
THE
REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country
ol origin.
WHOI.KSA LE     DEALERS
ONLY.
REVELSTOKE'
ii.  O.
A new lot of carnival masks just
arrived at Macdonald's drug store
We arc pushing bar Harbor ketchup
in pint billies at 20o. per buttle for
tbis week only.—(.'. I!. Hume & Oo,
Kemember we have all kinds ol
lamps, burners, globei-, caudles, lamp
wick and colli oil for ibis season ol
darkness, -C. B. Hume i Co,
Toilet sets, Dinnoi sets. Tea sets,
and all fancy China and Glassware
idling at 26 per cent, discount for the
balance' of tbis month—C.B Hume
,v Company.
W A N T E D
COUlUn ot inosl matjmlnfMl natural resources,  its mining,     f January; 1909  in thi dry Cierk'sofflw  li
•   . | .      .. .    ,      tho City of Kevolstoke, and kept open bet wcon
mterestb being second  lo   none in the Province, and the iho hour of nine o'clock iu thi forenoon aad
i ,,.,„ I   .,,.,.   ,_.: ,i i..     ,,    .1 il '■■ ; r of seven o'clock in :h<: af'. n o-jn, fr
depend ven material!) upon the conduction oi •,m..,■>.••<• ■. 0rdingthevnu» of thoMwtcr-
mum;,.     .\m most   .,v ..,., i;|1,; ■     Lkonotios and govern hii - l(
' nglj -
i persons qualified to be nominated foi
ind elected a* Mayor-hail be .-u. ii pe sous —
ii male British nuii.li-ci- of ui» full age ol
r wont y one yearn wild «ra uut dii-qiii id- d under
any law, and have beeu t -v llif mx iituiithx
in it preceding ihe day ot nomination the
registered owner in tbe L__and IturfihtryOfllceof
land or real property iu uie Oityol i he a*>seKded
\.u.. uii the last MunicipalAstauisment,Holt
if One Ihousand I'ol ur* or more over and
above any icgistered judumen orobarge. and
whoare otherwise duly qualified M uiuuicipal
voters,
'lhe perMJiirt tiualitled to bu nominated for
an'i elected as Aidenuen -hall be such persomi
as are male British oubjoote of the luu age of
twenty one years and are uot dlsqualined uudt-r
any law, and have '>eeii fur the i.\ ittoiitti ■ next
preceding the day of nomination the registered
owner in the Land ItrgUtry Offloe, of land or
real property in the < ity uf the assessed value,
un tbe last Municipal A*-r—iik-ui Koll, uf JTive
Hundred Dollars or more over and above any
Registered judgment or oharse, and who are
otherwise qtmJitt.^d a.- municipal voters.
The persons Qualified to be nominated for
and elected a- School Trustees shull be sucli
pentons as are householders aud being British
subjects of the full age of twenty une yearn ami
otherwise qualified to vote at au election of
School Trustees,
Kvery candidate nominated shall signify by
a writing accompanying the nounuaiiuu paper.
l*i-* consent to -urli nomination, except in case
i-ach person be absent tiom the municipality
when snob absence shaii u« nt^iwi m the nomination paper.
Every candidate nominated fo; Mayor or
Alderman shall, on or before the hour ot two
p. in. o( the day of nomination, furnish ihe Ko-
t urn ing Officer with a s$£temeul *u writing,
-peeiJying the laiiu oi* real property upou
which he qualities.
Given under my hand at Bevelstoke thin Snd
day of January, itw.
CHAS. J. AMAN*.
Returning Officer,
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke.
WArSR, AMD LIGtHf D_3PARrM3NP
Profit and Loss Account
Telephone rental  t
98 01)
Fuel 	
331 M
Siding rent Power House..
L'g uo
Printing and stationery	
Power House repair mid
4tf tiO
maiutouimeo 	
IW W
Disoounts	
4154 53
(leuoral nxpuuses 	
261 87
Balarlea	
7IS* 7',
Water repairs maintenance
7 m Z'-i
Kloctrie     '*                "
:>:>i 3>i
Installation and Fixtures
5     310 23
11067 35
Light ratos	
22850 64
1021 m
507 0T>
20423 11
Distributed h" f.ilio-.-
I.itfllt   I.lHDl	
Waterplant
Tui,
Adriiucij to Suiidri aoooontj.
Uotiernl Civic fnii'i .
It"-. ,l
NO U
un si
61 59
se r,
IJ33S 06
Financial Statement for the Year 1908
Wi.V.H 117     PXSM 07
BALANCE SHEET
As at 31st December. '1908.
rw.111
Receipts
Trade
Wul&lilllR I'ee,	
ItuadTax
DojiTas    	
Iteiil Property Taxi's ....
Interest on Taxes ...
ITIU,If.' SAKKI'V
P„!n..i; Court Films   	
Prisoners' keep repayment
Pound Pees 	
iu .'.ii
.Ts mi
uii isi
25956 30
■117 87
J.I7 III
I, 511
lil  5H
I'I III.ll' I.Hi UATION
School (Irani	
PUBLIC'   IMMhllllliS
Water, Liglit and Powor	
Loans on current year's taxes
Cemetery Receipts    	
I'ROCKKDS DBBBNTUBK8-
"J" Watei i l.iitlit iimli       14150 is
'■l.'.lllil  iiiUO 110
'M" llvmlrall  I;.(.Ml ml
"N" New 1'"' Alarm EDSO im
"O" Parks li'.'.', tl"
ltiiiMo.il mi Debentures accrued.
Proceeds ol Note, Com inin sldenalks,
Boulerards
Miscellaneous Itni'i'lpts	
:i;:i in
;.'.mu uu
36591 U7
18000 Ud
289 Ht
titer, ,i,
5118 60
■178(1 ni
lltO :;u
.'III 1.1
Central Hotel
i  WHITE (\"''i IN t'"i»K wanted
■\    in hotel,   Apply i" Mail Hera"
tn. •'. it
K   , I.
IlKltAI.Il.
Expenditure
Hi Balanco.tan. I. inos	
-• nkiiiR luii.l Im Debentures	
'•.i'..ri'st. on Debentures	
».— I MUUI	
Public Ntiull -
Police Salaries i
General Expenses
.tail Maintenance	
•'   1'UOl	
Payments to I'lreineii,
lirrliiiii's liisiiniiici' 	
!■ iii. Alarm Repairs   ....
"      "     Systole (nowj
lin' Brlgado onulpmont.
Prisoners' kiiiui	
Ili'alili Department
PnilBil	
tnnuests	
Is,,lati,.it flospiliil	
J5IIVU 42
sum 86
1440 !'-
5(HHi
ici
llsll C2
i!77
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REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.   -nOH   SALB-One    iiiiiiiii    iiiii,
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIBTORS i'     aljo one  thlMO-qijarlei   inin In-il.
Newly Imilt.       Flrat-olaBS in uvery reHpt'ct.     All modern OODvenlenoet
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates 81.60 per Day, Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under name   management
m _Lu_ ...ui i
ORIENTAL HOTEL
CT.
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Hest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rale.
ALBERT     STOISTE      PEOP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars.   Travellers to
Fish Creole will lind excellent accommodation al tbis
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
Ail In li'-'   cIh*i  coiidilIon.    (ton Ite
 i, between l'» u.m. and '■ p.m.   Ad
[hew P.O, Box 72(1
(i OOD pelinhle husineM men wanted
i to ie!l Bubdivlnlcin tota nt one <>t
the diosI important Urund Trunk IV
tlflc divisional pninta, Good continue
slon allowed. Refereneea required.—
W. A. Campbell, Nrtnton Block, Win-
nipeg.
[UST—Between Posl Offlce and Mc
j   Phalli real den cci a fur—Persian
lamb collar.    Kinder please leave al
Mail-Hkmalo.
WANTKD   Si'iM.nd-liHiid liirnitiire, I
stoves, cftst <itt' clothing! etc.
J. ('. Hull. ^ii*l street,
ihurcbi
opposite  Knox
publio 0on»enl6iice
siri'i'iH anil SUIonalkK,
Snow Si»r( Ies 	
I'oola .
(■iy Hull. Maintenance
.'jhic Saliirifl'i ....
I'OBtage.  Pelegrauu, »n
Teleplmnei        ...
prlntlnn &nd Stationery
■ Hii'-r Kurnlture,
\mlil aocounl, 1tti; .....
MUcellaneouB    .
Fuel	
t.i ™(il   |{,vpoii.-fh ...     .   ,
[muraiicn   	
Rii ctton Kvpi>n»«
nulMltiffii. etc
Fll»' lllll   No   1
triifttn maltttanauct
.fall '-ii.iiiik
Fatlthed
Ipi! niniittio'
Huhoo I n
Sink nixl iloatltuta
|i>nnt|i-iQii
Kernft
Bnmlrlofl
Relsurstlom ,..
Public Uonvonlsana
lO-crriiilnu «romiil
Oollimbll furk .    .
lliiiilnvHnlN   .. ....
(jonoreto ildowallu
SrwiTh    jirellmliiKrv f_t).
Conotori r"i"llrs
>rincni_till(_t       ...
CnnorotO motor
Roftintli ol laxsii ato
Tax yaln donIr
lax .-.iii- purabaitQi	
DepoRll A.W, Abrahamion
rotumad	
Kepiiyincni. lax 1 *•«ri —
Hock 'flurry	
I'aymonu aooount water
h.mi Ugbtaccount,.. .
Dobsnture '   k«u plain
I'l.i.M'litt ..in      	
Uaoblnary	
Pole Lino'     ...   .
Power lliniHt' ..    .
Bpuri	
WANTKD   Bed room i   to  let   fur«
nlahedi board if required, terms
moderate.   Apply A. Gain, Ith street, I
11.in.t nf McKensie Ave,       ocl li* lm
W
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ir,m li
:in mi
ini" 7 i
131 I'
MD 37
Hii'.' fl
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IMiM hi
M.VI 66
UK IKI
'.'78 l»
111 :«
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Isrsiv ill
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lilll III
Ilii M
Mil 11)
71S3 »7
luo 00
11*71 ai
_I6l.il i,7
IW88 08
IMI 5R
mt ii
.80 lit
■iarf,': 11
1111101 71
i.i a ii 11 .i risi
'lu Debunturos	
Inn- MoIhohs Bunk
N'oto ilcuou.iI  conorotfl
siilewiilks	
Note account bo'ilevnrd-
'I'u.v mile surpltia	
Duo din Oen Rlectrta Co.
ShorUige 1U».7 .
Balauoo ussi'li. ovor linliil
Itiua	
$l.-lpi)0 i.O
9780 ::.',
2429 ; i,
UM 03
t'8 01
III. S3
8H20 B i
27402J ill
Sirceu ..ml .ldowallt. ■ .-ii: i.
Water and Light plant. 106117 37
K'lilditiK-i and Ki-ai instate
rScnt.,.! ,i,r.,*, an,l Krounda92-_660 (*>
< itjr hall  i;31 ||
Kim hall So  I  |i;3 |,
Kirc hall Nu. .' aiXKi ijii
New jail i	
Isolation  i ■!--,,.1 ,1 I I'll ic
Lots s ad'l :i. blool. SI •&,	
Itocreation Kiomid        . 8022 .W
I'uliJic park-      . 327] •;
(■t'liieti-rj- \ ill,, lui- .'..  ■
liunipiiiK Kfuunil _33 20      10313 81
rirnilure in school-  2000 HO
Furniture in   mi]  137 111
Kurnlture in oflico      iuk ni       10 i Ll
iity -i-alc-             500  ..
Klrealarm ->>'.-;n (oldi... wo oj
Km al.um .;.-             «•).. jui ;t]        1319 83
BlnkinK [undi            sr.>is :,j
Klrebngadeoqaipinent... !_£_.', __>«
Sewer preltmlnanr i xpin.c« 1123 tt'i
lllicoo cemetery loi'  262 fri
li. il- unl implement. ioi ,ih
lav sale purchaM. IJ« in
Kock .juany  liK> 00
t'olicietc «ldowalk»  OUI 31
Itouleiard-   :i-a 8.1
Ou iiroiltieinK plan' and
eluilpment       	
at'thil 71
|27.Wi5 81
DETAILS  UF DCHOtil, BXPBKDITOHB
Sutemeut of eiimnditure br School Ito.rd
For your I9C8;
riBLii.
BCHOOI.
i-alane?    	
. i f M9 00
Repairs and suppiiei
]
ilii SI
•J  V-
67 76
818 in
Nuw desks	
Fir. oaeapo
-
i 'itnplel».(a.idclearin«
new «ri,ui,ds
Bi;oo
Tru^loe- r-'t.Teulion
117 17
lliimwai  Inauranee
Incidental
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iniiii   -
a..
l.
Nalarle■
1 1
I.M Oil
Kepali  eu i mppllei
«.'( 87
Kuel .
11 H
li.1 i.inijtfil
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Tolal
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I Imreti) perllfj ilio nbove .tateaaol , ■ . iruo
.nnl rorrift «. r lUol of no. U1...IO..  .poat liy lag
H.nol-t.ik.- H.h.,.,1 II.,ard .liinurf IH" leaf lain.
f,  H.  ""I.M. T.  W.  Ku.u.uiv
( liairman SiHiromrj.
i'.itilir gabool ».«rB<e monthly enrolment.,  ll ■
Hi_lti leti.Kil a...; ..... m. (.Lilly enrulmelil   ...    .(1
' "'I p«r lioiul, I'ul,Iir s hinil      i   J(i
Colt p«i hii.,I. Hlch Sebuoi      iia
lievi'lBiuki', IJ. c, 18 January,
Certified correct.
1909,
it ill.s li, JACKSON,
Chartered Accountant
Ainlitii
Current Revenue and Expenditure Account
Dr.
ANTEI i   A iii-t" law I'litiii'iiiiiiii!
nd Ihst-i Insa l''il«i'iiii,iii.   .MiivI ] JJoImdi Hank
flrel iii--   ui'l   ilii''   tn   l.mk   after     Tm loan     ...
; heir on,. in ii lui." .,..(1 t in.. out well |   KSMBSaiW IH
'ii.iiiuf.il unci  luiniier,     in  replying    Bs^gDOlturoorirruiipii
Btnte wiiiti's required.    iVtliln-ba ",c
sue of Mail .Herald, Hcvuistoke.
Cr.
■K.'
; liy tax arrearn	
■17060 ;,:i , Ity Inlnri'Hl on '1'axon
l .....a III) ' Ity a al.a nnd linlit aoot.
2HII0 IKi ' Ily di'llcll lor year...    ..
IMI M |
]2.'l6f|l 71
- I .'-.« II
1307 74
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nm:,i r,
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Oaah Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furg.
3STOT.TCE
•' '■ - i in ' UUtrlcl.
.i   ' ' - ■■ Kootenay.
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