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REVELSTOKE. B. C. DECEMBER 14,1907
Interior Publishing Co, Agents
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Anything you pick out we will lay away for you. Do
your Holiday Shopping now. It is not only wise, but it is
considerate.   Stocks are full and complete.
Children's Dresses
We have about 100 Child's
Dresses that we are clearing at abont half price, fit
children from 2 to 5 years.
Beautiful Silk Dresses
trimmed with Silk Embroidery, shired and neatly
tucked.' These are $4.50
Dresses,\ sel ling at $2.90
Cashmere Dresses
Lovely Cashmere Dresses,
lit children from 2 to 6
years, nicely embroidered,
some trimmed with pearl
buttons. $3.75 dresses lor
$1.90
Children's Coats
Children's Coats, a nice lot
to fit girls Irom 5 to 13 yrs.
This is i sample lot. No
two alike.    $2.00 UP
Boys' Buster Suits
About 25 of those handsome all-wool Tweed Suits
in tbe regular Buster style,
to fit boys about- four, five
and six years. The Five
Dollar ones are selling for
$2.50
Boys' Suits
Boys' Suits, sizes 29,30,32,
lit boys from 12 to 13 years
old! Fine Tweed Suits,
well made and extra well
trimmed. You cannot well
afford to miss this bargain.
You can get $8 Suits now
(or $4.00
Come in and get your boys
or girls something dressy this
Xmas. The prices above are
cut in two.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
STORES AT ARWWMIAO AND REVELSTOKE
XMAS LIST
WATCH ITS   Brisk Selling These Days Indicate That This is
a Good Place lo Buy Year
XMAS  GOODSI.
People realise tbe fact and come here for good, sensible
and always useful articles. No .Store offers better
values nor quality than are here shown. It is a pleasure to us to show our goods, and we invite comparison
as to values and quality.   LOOK THROUGH!
A Gift for Falser
oranyGentlemae
A GIlletteBafety Razor with
1 dotsn ksen cutting blades.
It costs |6.
400 roristiss-Pearl, Horn,
Ivory, Aluminum, Tortoise,
Bone and Nlcksl fron. 16c. to
■>$m
Sdi of Ruort *
In coses from $9.60 to 16.00.
Shaving Mugs and Brushes,
Smokers' Sen, AshTrnys.
Electric Lamps
For Father'a Desk or for
Mother's Wnrk Table,
Cut Glassware
For the Ladles-Nothing is
mors acceptable or pleasing
than one of our beautiful
Berry Bowls or Pitchers,
Ths quality of our Cut Glass
we guarantee the linest. Our
assortments eclipse anything
ever Meu in the town.
Hand-Puoted China
Ws are showing some rare
productions In this line at
remarkably low prljes. We
have some rich designs in
Pouyet. Llrupges, Coajnort,
Wedgwood ana other makes,
Plated Ware
All  new goods In   Plated
Ware.  Latest designs an
low prices.
SKIATES!    SKATES!
Alt sites, for hoys and girls. Ws can fit any foot. We sell all the
best makes both in Hockey and Spring and also the Automobile Skates
-every pair warranted, Hockey Sticks and Pucka. Ankle supports
and everything that a skater wants,
boys
Electric Toys
Carpenters' Sets of Tools and many lines to please the girls and
Knives for Boys and C irls
A goad st.onjt Jack Knife for ths Boys at 60c.  Pretty Pearl
Handled Kslvea for the girls, 60c. to $1.     ■
MHaa«ManaBMaa«...^i«la^«a«a>^a~
We are pleased to Invite all to v|a|t and look through British Columbia's largest and Unset Hardware Store, Select your Presents now
and we wlllkeep them for y »u until wanted. Early comers get the
best selections,   .
UWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD. J
HEROIC CONDUCT
Ten Railroad Men Gave Their
Skin ler Save Comrade.
Oitiwa, Dec. 13.—Over s doien
railwayman attended at St. Luke's
hospital recently to assist in laving
ths limb of ons of their fellows. On
Sept. llth, Hrebert Reynolds, engine
driver Ior the C. P. R, wai injured in
a wreck at Plantaganet. He has been
on the brood of bii back ever sinoe,
but while recovered from hii bruises
the wound in hia leg would not heal
Rather then amputate the limi snd
otippls Reyno'da for life, ikin grafting
was decided upon, snd tbe operation
wai lucceiifully performed by Dr. Kidd.
Fourteen strapping driven, itoken
and conductors attended to make the
willing sacrifice of s portion of their
cuticile, and to ten the knile waa
applied. Thii ie the ucond operation
of the kind in Ottawa.
AMBASSADOR RETURNS
Hon. J. Bryce may Retire From
Washington.
London, Deo. 13.—A letter has been
posted addressed to Hon. Jamee Bryce
Britist Ambasisdbr in Washington,
requesting his presence in London.
It ii expected that be will come early
in the new year lor a consultation
with the government authorities
principally in reference to the relations between the United Statei and
Japan.
It ia believed that there ia little likelihood that Bryoe will return to the
Waehington post. In esse he doea
not, bie successor will be Sir Henry
Howard, preient minister to tbe
Netherlands, stationed at Tbe Hague.
NEWSPAPERS ARE BEST
Noted Theatrical Manager will
Abandon Poster Advertising.
, tow York, Deo, 13.—Henry W.
Savage, manager of Mme. Butterfly,
The College Widow, The Merry Widow, The Prince of Pilsen, Woodland,
Parsifal- and other big production!,
will ceaie to um billboard' and all
kinds of advertising for hia many
attractions except through tho news,
papen. Stvoge notified the last ol
bis lithograph and printing bouses
yesterday that he will not be in a
position to renew sny contrscti owing
to hii deoiiion to do sway wilh all
lorme ol potter advertising.
It seemi tbat Savage hai been ai
liberal in his potter announcements as
be has been in the lavish mounting ol
Bil production!, but recently, in cer
tain localities, in order to test the
trus value of outdoor advertising he
decided lo use the newipspera exclusively (or heralding Tbe College Widow, snd tbs results b.ve caused him
to decide diecoutiouing poster work
sftsr the Ade play leaves the Pacific
Cosit.
It is understood thst the manager
wai prompted partly by the enormous
amount of commercial advertising
being placed on the billboards, which
baa become a public nuisance. It ii
undertood that Savage will have the
co-operation of live ol the most prominent marageri iu hit cruiade against
the billboard.
FRUIT GROWERS
Complaints of Freight and Ex-
The monthly meeting ol the Revelatoke branch of the B. C. Fruit
Growers' Association wai held in the
city hall on Thursday night. In the
absence of the President, Willis Armstrong, and vice-president H. F. Hay,
who hoi been ill for the post week, E.
A. Haggen was elected to the choir
and opened the meeting. Minutes of
the lost meeting were read and adopted. It was decided to wait till the
next general meeting, wbioh will be
held on the Ind Thursday in January,
belore sleeting officer! for the year.
A resolution wai passed to appoint a
oommittee to report on the complaint!
re freight chargee and general shipping
from Revelstoke, at the next meeting,
the report to be laid before W. J
Brandritb, ths general secretary.
R. Tapping tuggested that the
Fruit Growers' Assooiation endeavor
to obtain the co-operation and assistance ol tbe Revelstoke Agricultural
Association if organised by the Turf
Club in order lo institute a Fall Fair
in Revelatoke.
Several interesting remarks on insect pests, picking and marketing of
Iruit and the popularity in England,
America, and Australia ol British
Columbia Iruit, were made and the
meeting terminated.
Professor McEwen.
Prolessor McEwen gave a performance last night in the Opera House
beforo a large audience. As a magician
McEwen hoi (ow equals ami hia tricks
laat night were marvels of skill' and
adroitness. Hypnotism formed the
principol item on the programme, the
.feasor giving scientific as well as
comical illustrations with different
men, ol hypnotic suggestion. Hii
tests were extremely interesting besides causing uproarious mirth, the
antica ol the subject! who imagined
they were popular lingers, etc, and
other illusions causing continuous
laughter, Any ol tne audience a.e at
liberty to step up on the itage and be
bypnotiied.
Florence McEwen sang two songi in
a charming ond pleating manner, her
appearance being greeted with loud
applause. Two accomplished oomed-
iaus in comio songi and dancing drew
rounds of hesrty spplsuae, which waa
well deserved, The moving pictures,
which sre always received in Revelstoke very favorably, made a pleasant
itsm on sn interesting programme.
Prolteeor McEwen is giving o per.
formance again tonight, oa well aa
Monday and Tuesday uext week and
the entertainment is one whioh ebould
draw large orowdi nightly, the per
formance being higt. class and initruc-
live, amusing and wall worth seeing,
NO SALE OF SHIPS
C.P.R. and Cunard Deny Report
of Liner Deal
Liverpool, Dec. 13.—Officers of the
Cunard Line were queitioned raster-
day regarding a report eaid to have
emanated Irom Vancouver that tbe C.
P. R. Company hae purchaaed tbat
line'i steamers Etruria snd Umbria
lor tbe purpose ol putting them in
the Pacific Ocean. They replied that
neither ol the vesaeh had been iold.
The manager! ol the offices in London of the Cunard Line and the C. P.
R. Company declared today that they
had heard nothing of the transfer of
the Etruris snd Umbria from the Cunard Company to the C.P.R.
Christmas Givers Take Notice
Ottawa, Dm. 14.—The Poit Office
Deportment issues a notics to tbe
effect that Chriitmai presents intended (or the Old Country snd plooes
abroad (except to the United Statei),
muit be tent si psroeli snd at parcel
post rate*, not at tbe rate ol one cent
per ounce. Tbey muet, too bave s
label affiisd, allowing contents snd
value. These regulation! ore called
lor by tbs Psroels Post Convention to
which Csnsdo ii i party. Shortpaid
parcel!, wiihout ths Guitomi declaration! affixed, will be lent to the'. ead
Letter Office.
Hookey Club.
The hookey enthuiisste have now
organissd and at a recent meeting appointed the lollowing offioeri: 0. F
Lindmark honorary, president, 0, H.
Knight president, 0. B. Siieoni score-
tary-tresiurer, D. L. MaoLaurin, J
Allen and H. 6. Bewi, executive. Tbe
meeting wu enthuiiaitio snd the lesion promises to bt suooesiful. Tbe
3uestion of an interior league will be
iwuned later. Arrangement! sre
being msde for a gam* on New Year's
dsy.       ^_____
Fsnoy decorated lamps from $1 up—
Lawrence Hardware Co,
Ws bavs ikstes lo sll sites and ai
oil priest—Bourne Broi.
Beautiful dreeling casee and travel-1   Malaga grapes, Jap and navel or
liny outfin at Canada Drug Store.      I angtl, bananas, etc., at Moln tyre'i,
" The Merchant of Venice."
Of ill the plays the incomparable
Shakespeare wrote the most popular
is the Merchant of Venice. This great
maiterpiece contains both comedy and
tragic incident. It is tbe play that is
read most in schools and colleges, and
like a goud friend improvea upon better acquaintance. Shylock, ine Jew,
hae (rom time immemorial, been th
eynooym ol sll that is despicable
among men, as tbe most heartless of
money-lenders. While on the other
hand the beautiful Portia haa been the
example to feminine grace, lovliuen.
and mental excellence for all w.men.
Theie two greot characters who are as
different aa Heaven and Hell, together
with other creations as conceived by
tbe "myriad minded" Shakespeare,
interwoven with conversation, the language nf which haa been on example
for all time for grand exp.eaeion and
beautiful diction, form a play which
will live oi long as the world endures.
Mr. Sanford Dodge, who will present
tbis greot play here on Wednesday,
Dec. IB, will produce it with every
attention to correctness and details.
Don't forget the dote and remember
regardless of how many times you
hsve teen this play produoed, thia
production will more than repay and
interest yuu
The Swastika Danoe
What has been ao fsr the bait and
moet enjoyable dance ot tbe eeeeon
wis given on Wednesday night by th*
Swotiitiko Club In the Open Houte.
A particular feature of the dance waa
tbe foot tbat the floor had received
special sttention in order to mske it
ai smooth ss possible. Over one hundred and seventy-live invitations bad
been sent out, a large percentage taking advantage ol tbe offer ol a pleasant evening's enjoyment. The Independent Band furnished excellent
muaio, while Mn. McCarter, Miss
Buck, sod 0. D. Peterson provided
music (or ihe ex.raa, The lupper
was a credit to tl.e promoters snd ths
msn were very assiduous in their
duties of banding round tea, ooffee,
cake and fruit. White wai tbe popular color of the Swaitika girla and
gleaming amongst the folds of silk,
snd muslin, oould bs wen the Huh ol
tbe emblem which gave iti name to
tbt club. The populaiity ol the Swastikas has been phenomenal, hence
the big attendance to thii their first
publio denpe, the guests being unani
mous' iu thsir appreciation of the
invitation! etiei ded to them. Tbe
Mail-Hfiald wiahes tbe Swaitika,
every possible success.
•dtrr cot glass atock and prices beote
mb oil—Lwrence Hardware Oo.
Social and Personal
J. M. Kellie returned yesterday from
o visit to the ooaat,
C, D. Morrii, of Rogers Paaa, was in
tbe city on Thursday.
W. F. Ogilvie, of the Leland hotel,
Nakusp, spent a lew days in town thii
week.
Mrs. T. H, Dunne, ol Arrowhead,
was in the city Thunday and Friday
this week.
G. S. McCarter has been visiting the
coast on legal business during the pait
week and will return tomorrow
morning.
Mr. and Mn. Rand Oibbons have
taken over the residence ol E. 0,
Fromey on Second street, wesl, where
tbey will make their home.
The Rev. H. A. Solly, B.A., formerly
of Arrowhead, came in last night on
No. 97 from London. He did not
travel alone but wai accompanied by
his bride. They are guests at St.
Peter's rectory.
Mrs. W. M. Lawrence received on
Wednesday and Thursday of thit week
for the first time in eight months, in
her pretty little home on McKenzie
avenue. The hostess wore o moet
becoming gown of yellow gauze over
taffeta of the same shade with touches
of lace. In the tearoom one of the
prettiest of this season's toblet was
the centre of attraction, A huge bowl
of yellow and white chrysanthemums
retted on o mirror outlined with green
vines, and was presided .ver by Mn.
Briggs and Mrs. Teller for the first
day and Mrs. Teller and Mrs. McLennan for the second day. The
young ladies who served ieet and at
tended to the many guests were:
Missis McLean, McFarloine, McKinnon, Brown, McLennan, Buck, White
and Grant. The young people enjoyed a quiet game of cards in the
evening.
Wedding Bells
At "Wilmont," Salmon Arm, B.C., a
pretty wedding wai solemnized on
Thursday, November 28, when Francee
Mary Simpson, second daughter of
George A. Stewart, C.E., became the
bride of George Hamilton Soandrett
Edwards, eldest ton ol the late George
H Edwards, CE. The Rev. Canon
Hilton officiated at the ceremony
which Wai attended by immediate
relatives of the contracting partiei
only. Mr. and Mrs Edwards left on
trsin 97 the tome evening fnr Seattle
and after visiting tbe ooait cities will
reside at ''Wilmont."
Cecil G. James, purser of the s.s.
Rossland,' and Mite Miriam' Sharp,
Iste mstron of the Arrowhead Hos
pital, were united in the bonds of
matrimony thii week by the Rev, C,
A. Proeunier, M.A., in St. Peter's
church. Mr. and Mrs. James will
have the good wisl.ee ol oil who knew
them in Reveletoke and Arrowhead
for their future happiness.
Churches.
Catholic—Rev. Father R. Pecoul
O.M.I., pastor. Services every Sunday
at the following hours; 8 a.m. Communion Mast; 10:30 a.m. High Mass
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p in. Sunday School, 7:30 p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian—Rev.
VI. C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, Dec. 15.
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m., Sunday
Sohool and Pastor's alible Class, 2.3(1
p.m. Morning suhject, "A Prayer."
Evening, "A Hurtful Love." Young
People's meeting Monday at 8 p, n,.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.
Choir practice and teachers' meeting
Friday 8 p.m.
Knox Prebbyterian—J. R. Robert-
ion, B. I)., minister. Regular services
ot 11a.m. and 7:30p.m. Morning
subject, "The Religion ol a Child."
Evenins, "The Heart's Great Treasure"
Anthems, "Our Father," "I will blew
the Lord," "Bow Down Thine Eai."
Organ Voluntary, Overture (Battman).
Sunday school at2:30p.m. Young
people's society Mondoy at 8 p. m., a
literary meeting led by Dr. J. C,
Morrison. Prayer meeting Wednesday
night and ohoir practice Friday night
at 8 o'clock. A cordial welcome to all
the services.
St. Peter's Anolican—Rev. 0. A,
Proeunier, M.A., rector, Third Sunday in Advent, Following ii s lilt ol
services: 8 a.m. Holy Communion.
11 a.m. Matins and Litany. Evensong
7.30 p m. Sunday ichool at 2.80 p.m.
The Rev. H. A. Solly, B. A., will be
the preacher.
BAPTisT-Rev. W. P. Freeman, B.A,
pastor. Services ore held in the Mission Hall, First street Preaohing at
11 a.m. and 7:80 p.m. Bunday school
at 2.30 p.m. Morning subject, "Peter's
Confession", being the third in the
series on tbe great events in the
Ministry ol Jesus. Evening subject,
"A Msn of Sorrow!." Young people1!
meeting on Wednesday evening at
8 o'olock.   All are welcome.
Methodibt—Rev.T.W. Hall, paitor.
Servicei on Bunday ai follows: Clsta
meeting at 10:30 a.m. Public service
ot 11 a. m„ subject, "Opportunity."
Sunday sohool snd Bible class at 2 30.
Evening service at 7:30. Subject,
"Christ's method of adapting Hit
Qospsl to ths mentsl snd moral constitution of different Persons." Epworth League of Christian Endeavor
on Monday evening at 8 o'olock. The
Sunday Sohool Ohriatmae tree entertainment will be held on Wednesday
evening. A splendid programme will
be rendered by tbs children of tht
ichool. Tbe publio nre invited. A
collection .will be token ot tht door.
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BEADY FOB BUSINESS
WTOithtLarttttaiid
finest Xmas Stock that
Estr Cams to Town.
Tbis is the season when
good things to eat are particularly in demand and we
have made ample preparations. All tbe holiday delicacies and staples ore here
carefully selected, wisely
bought and modestly priced.
We can give you Royal service and save you money and
worry.   It is no use ui sug-
iug your wants, we have everything in Fancy and Staple Groesiies.
XMAS  PRESENTS
We especially invite you to come and inspect our stocks nf Suitable
Xmas Gifts. We have an elegant assortment of genuine Wedgewnod
ware, Dutch ware, Georttian ware, also dinner and tea setts, Fancy
Plates, Salad and Nut Bowls, Sugars and Creams, Cups and Saucers
and Cut Glass,
In Silverware we have a splendid new stock to choose from—Tea
Setts, Cruets, Pickles, Sugars and Creams, Crnmh Trays, Biscuit
Bowls, Butter Dishes, Salsa Bowls, Napkin Rings, Cake Plates, Card
Trays, Fancy Spoons, Knives and Forks.
In Cutlery we have the finest Sheffield makes. A large assortment
of Carving Sets, Knives and Forks, Scissors, Pocket Knives, Razors,
etc.   Just give us a call aud see for yourself.
Skates: Skates: Skates: Skates:
GROCERIES     HARDWARE     STOVES     PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
Cent's Furnishings
Boots and Shoes, Etc.
AGENT FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
fat 1 Op. Uiu Hotel
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario,
Branches Id tha ProvinSaa ol Manitoba, Alberta. Saskatchewan,
British Columbia, Ontario, (taebtc.
Oapltal Authorized
Oapltal Paid Up •
Reserve Fund      ' >
D. R. Wilkib, PresMent-
-'-      -    .   <-        910,000,000.01
•       -   t4,B6o,ooo.oo
•4,660,000.00
Hon. R. Jajthat, Vice-President,
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available in all parts of Canada, United Stales and
Europe.   Special attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from dote of deposit and credited
quarterly, 	
Revelstoke Branch, B. C—H. T. Jaffray, Manager
RESIDENTIAL LOTS
Residential Lots, 50 x 140 Feet, West of Hospital
4-Acre City Lots.      -       -       Best Fruit Land.
CITY HOUSES FOR SALE.
Sue or
Write
AtG, M.
VV. H. HUMPHREYS
Box 704
Revelstoke
Sproat's Farwell StlnUi office, Cowan Block, Third Ht.
Y. M. C. A. Basket Ball.
The Y, M. C. A. basket boll leaion
opened lait Wednesday night when
the Gym. team met the Uppcrcrusters
in s strenuous game. --—-_..
Ror the first game of.the season the
play waa good, but the large 'flow
makei the game so different tbat in
tl.e first hall most ol the plsysu
seemed to be somewhat at a loss whst
to do next, In the second hsll tbs
play became taster and also rougher
and the referee had his bands full
keeping the players within bounds.
The teams were,very evenly matched,
For tne winneri Roller snd Mulbol-
land were the pick.. * While lor tbt
loacrs big Hugh Campbell played a
itar gams.
The lollowing. wai the line up of
the teams:
Uppsrcrusters—Campbell, Alldritt,
Hope, Haddock, Briegel.
Gym Team —Roller, Mulholland,
WoUon,-Wood1snd Bnrrrdgw;
W. Veith.'releree.
Score tttiall time-UppercrtJUait 10
h « a n -Gym Team .•.
.-• <5teM**siis«* -
Score at lull time—Gym Team     14
 '    " -Uppereruiters 11
Ths next gome will be between the
C. P. R. ehopa snd  uflices and' (be
C. P. R. road, next Wednesday nighl
and ihould be a last game.
, m .   "     ~
Christmas Tree Entertainment
The Sunday sohool Chriitmas tree
entertainment of tbe Methodist
ohuroh will bs held on Wednesday
evening next. An excellent program
will bs rendered by the children ol tbe
Sundsy ichool. It ii expected the
parents snd'lriendi ol tbo Sundsy
school will all be preient snd ths
public generally sre invited.
Mew Year's Night.
The Y.M.C.A. men's etoas ore patting In* some-hard-preeties lev ths
exhibition whioh tbtysre to put on sl
that tims.    People  ibould keep thii
date in mind oi a good evening1! en-
lerlaiumeut will be put on. *'
Don't forget
tooraier tn it, _
.the  Ideal  there il
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FCBUSHKD WEDNESDAY AND SATL'R
DAV AT
IEEVKLST0KE. B.C.,1
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
OTTAWA
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Murphy.       Harold Fisher
ri ILLAN A ELLIOTT.
Barristers   Solicitors' Etc.
KEVELSTOKS or. TBOUT LAKE, Ii. C.
C. E. GILU.v. J- C. ELI.IOTT,
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BAKRISrFHS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Owens f  Is. 'IRIAL  BASE  Block,  Riv.il-
"stokk, H. C.
Money to loan.
Office.: lievelsloke, B. 0,| Cranbrook, B. C.
Oto. s. UoOabtss,
A. M. I'iskium, J. A. HallVKY.
Kevelstoke. R C.     Cranbrook, 1). c.
J. M. Scott l.L.D W. L Brlggs.
QCOTT   AND   BRIGGS
Bakhisters, Solicitors, Etc,
Money to Loan
JSolicitors for Molsons Bank
First Street, Revelstoke, B.C
TAS. A. McFARLANE
ACSAYER 4 CHEMIST
Assay ot all Orea.  Limnlea by mall or express
receive prompt attention.
Term. Moderate.
Addse!     •     -    ■     Box .32 Kabul B. C
-pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box IU), Revelstoke,
MISS M. E. CREIGHTON
teacher of piano, vocal
harmony countekp01nt, etc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations.
STUDIO-At  Mrs.  J.  C   Hutchison's  Connaught Avenue.
COLUMBIA AGENCIES, LIMITED
Mining, Real Estate, Business, Financial and Share Brokers.
Mercantile Agents.
Fire, Life, Accident, Employers' Liability, Guarantee and Live Stock Insurance
Agents.
Maps, Flans, Blue Prints and Reports
compiled on Mines, Land and Timber.
REVELSTOKE,
B. C.
Zbc flfoaiUlberalb
There i- n much bad in the best ol us,
And so much good in the worst ol us.
That it hardly behooves any of us,
To talk abont the rest of us.
SATURDAY, DEC. 14, 1907
MUNICIPAL LEGISLATION.
Tbe coming year will be one ol
extreme importance in civic legislation
and now that Revelstoke is on the eve
ol an election, the citizens will do well
te carefully consider as to whom they
will give tbeir votes, for it iB up to the
public of thie community to stand by
the men who they elect to represent
them. We do not agree with 60me
who advocate that none but "old
hands'* on the council should occupy
tbe mayor's chair and council board,
but rather urge that" new blood " be
introduced ae well as the reinstate,
ment of those who have in former
years taken part in civic government.
The 1908 council must be composed of
men who know the value of a dollar.
While tbe city has not approached the
legal credit limit the amount of our
indebtedness has become such that
tbe interest and sinking lunde con-
etitute a very considerable fixed charge
upon the ratepayers anl any further
indebtedness then should be incurred
only under the most favorable circumstances, which are at the present
time difficult to obtain. Plunging
blindly ahead, not knowing what anything ie going to est, or where the
money ii corning trom or even if we
ore going to get it all would be to
court di-aster inexcusable either lor
the exigencies ol the care ol the financial statui ot tbe city. An early
estimate ol expenditure shuuld be
made and rigidly adhered to, and it
will be then possible Irom tbe first to
steer a course all the year to delinite
end. Sailing where it looks eaey and
bringing up where tbe element! takes
ua ii bad policy. Let ue know how-
many dollars are to be spent, find out
where to get then, and spend thorn
right under rigid icrutiny. Tbe city
does not wish to be Middled with an
odministration who waste public
money and since the coming year will
be one ol extreme importance and in
which considerable municipal improvements will be carried out, the position
as mayor must be filled by a man who
will conduct civic matters on an
economical, clean and open manner.
Hie position is unique and invest"
him with power to exert far more
than ordinary influence in the couree
of civic bueinees. With a good Mayor
Rcvelttoko could hardly lie poorly
governed by a weak council, with a
light weight mayor it could hardly be
well governed even by a good council,
Clique and partyiam will ruin a city
biased administration will end in
trouble. On coming to the polls our
people should study their men and
vote for tbe best man, not because he
thinks that his business may be
benefitted more but because be feele
that hi" choice will bave the welfare
and interest of tlie community ot
large ut least.
CONSERVE MORAL LAW.
The question of removing the sport-
ing houses Irom Front St., which is
exercising tbe minda ol the Citizens
League just now, is by no means a
new one, and no action haa been taken
for the reason that a conviction has
never been sustained whereby the law
can take active measures. Few men
would have Ihe effrontary to bring
upon themselves a certain amount of
indignity by laying an accusation
against these houses for fear ol the
disgrace he would necessarily undergo
and tbe law would require direct evi
dence from more than one source,
which would be sufficient to obtain a
conviction. Although the evil has its
demoralizing influences upon the city
as a community, it is an evil which
has to be tolerated to a certain extent, in so far as the practice being
against the laws of the country, iB
thus, nevertheless, more difficult to
bring under tbe direct jurisdiction of
the law. We urge that strict surveillance and rigid principals be adopted to
minimize as Iar as possible the prominence of these quarters and their
denizens, and although the evil is one
which cannot be stamped out, still
isolation and restriction should be
carried out wherever possible. The
abolition ol these houses where it
ever practicable, would not have the
results looked for and imagined by
many, but on the other hand would
endanger the safety of our womankind
on the streets and probably bring
about a condition of open vice and
crime on the public thoroughfares.
Complete restriction and removal to a
section in or near the city of these
sporting houses, which will be out ol
light and sound o! every public street
sbould be a laek not dillicult to bring
about, where the influences so [demoralizing to our youth may be lees
prominent and this evil confined to a
quarter by itself where its effects
could not be lelt, Ostracism should
be exercised and tbe inhabitant! of
restricted quarters be made to see that
their presence is undesirable to the
community and their custom not
wanted.
Growers Find British Market
Profitable.
A continually growing number of
fruit men in British Columbia are confining their attention to producing
Iruit (or the British market. They are
growing the classes of fruit most in
f ivor in the British IbIcs, and a number of them do not offer any of their
products for sale in this country at all.
According to James Johnstone.presi'
dent ol the B C. Fruit Growers' association, this class is growing  greater.
The development ol this trade is entirely due, in the estimation of the
greHt bulk ul the fruit growers, to the
action ol the government in sending
of late years exhibits of fruit to the
various horticultural shows in England. The money thus expended l-aa
already been returned manyfold into
tlie pockets ol the British Columbia
Iruit growers, and the export business
ia yet in its infancy.
For Rent—Sewing macliines by the
week or month—Singer Sewing Machine Co. dec 25
Local Rovolstoko
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets First ami Third We.lnes.lay In the month
in Selkirk Hall, upstairs, at 8 p.m. Subject for
discussion—"Arralngment ot Capitalism. All
interested are welcome.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 220.
Meet* Seoond and Fourth Wedno dnva In
each month, in Selkirk Hall. Visiting Wood
.nun cordially Invited to attund.
W. D. ARMSTRONG, Con. Jom.
J. McINTYltE, Clerk.
SECRET OF SUCCESS
Continuous advertising, even if it ii
only a Email announcement, paye the
advertiser the best in the long run.
Spasmodic advertising like " spasms "
of any kind is unsatisfactory. To
secure the very best result! year in
and year out and especially at Xmas
time, when the buying public are
looking out Ior novelties and prices,
you muBtkeep your name belore the
public. Only by bo doing can you
hope to keep from being torgotteu
when the time comee that your
would-be-ctiBtomers wish to purchase
what tbey want. Eugene Field very
aptly says:
" I am an advertiser great I
The secret of my future lies
In one small fact, which I may state
Too many tradesmen learn too late-
It I have goods to advertise !
Then people come
And people go
In constant streams
For people know
That lie who has good wares to sel
Will surely advertise them well.
And proudly ireiterate
I am an advertiser great'
REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 4,12
F. 0. E.
The regular meetiugs are held in the Selkirk
Hall evory Tuesday evening at 8 n'clocc. Visiting brothren are cordially invited.
H. A. BROWN, President.
W. E. McLAUCHLIN, Secret.t«Y,
Koctxnav Lodge No. 15 A.F.& A .«,
The regular meeting, are held In the
Masonic Temple,
Jdd Fellows Hall,....
Ce third Monday in
.tch month at 8
j.m. Visilingbroth
ren cordially weJ,
come
u. A. HtoCl/NlKR, Secretary.
SELKI3K LODGE, NO IS, 1,0.0.F.
Meeta everyThuraday
evening in Selkirk
Halt at 8 o'clock.
I Visiting brothren cordially invited to at-
tend
K. THIMBLE, N.O.
J. MATHIE, Sec
Cold Range lodge, K. of P.,
i  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
EET8 EVERY WEDNESDAY,
except Third Wednesday ot
each month. In the Oddfellows'
Hall   a.   8  o'clock.    Visiting
Kuirhls are cordially invited.
T. W. BRADSHAW, C. 0.
0. H. BROCK K. of R. 4 8.
H. A. BROWN, H. of F
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Deer Hearts, Anini.t!-. Birds, Fish, lEtc.,
M0t\S.' ED
Animal  Kn,.   Mounted
P.lO. Box 31,
Studio:  Cornur nt first St. mul Boyle Ave.
Haw' tnke. B. C
THE MONEY SAVING
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That's Royal Crown kind—
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Soap Factory west ol Winnipeg. House cleaning and
waahir.gareeasy with its help,
And the money saving ia the
Premium System
Booklet tells what we give for
K'.yai Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try tbe
?oap.
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Vancouv:r. B. C
SAWDUST GAS
New Process May Supersede
That of Coal.
The process ol manufacturing gas
out of sawdust and other mill refuse
recently discovered by Mr. Jit, Coutts.
a Canadian inventor now resident o
Cleveland, Ohio, promises to lie very
widely adopted in Pacific coast cities
owing tn its ainiplicily and cheapness
..I the raw material. Negotiations
with various gas companiet are now
in progress. Mr. Oouttl claims that
by thii device the cost will be enormously reduced, ensuring a greatly increased consumption without diminishing dividends, Vancouver, Victoria
.Seattle and Tacoma aro likely to
install plants. Ita introduction into
the Yukon district is also contemplated.
We are giving a special ten per cent
caah discount on all Christmas goods
—Lawrence Hardware Co.
umiiu auu u un uuu 1
Our jewelry represents Ihe most
artistic expression of the goldsmith's
croft, each article an entirely new
creation, fashionable to the highest
degree, that will ..ppei.l 'to your
interest the moment you view it. Our
diamonds come direct from Ibe cutters aud are sold to vou at pleasing
prices for gems of such quality and
beauty. Pleased to have you see them
at any time.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
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Art and Beauty
are combined in our new designs in carpets. Our stock is
cemplete, and the colors rich
nnd effective, thedesignsartistic, and the " tout ensemble "
is striking and beautiful. We
have never shown such a wide
variety of patterns, and wo
have never placed such low
prices upon so much high
quality before.
R. HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, 18.15.
HEAD OFFICE, - - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molson Maophehbon, Pres, 8. H. Ewing, |Vice-Pres.
James Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two branches in Canada and Agencies in all parts of the
world.
Interest credited four times a year at curreat rates on Savings
Rank deposits, until further notice,	
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Reveuttoke, B. C.
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For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons Etc., John
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LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND CASE
BELOW will be found the names of some of the progressive firms in
Revelstoke who make this moet popular and liberal offer: This elegant
library ond handsome case will be given by vote to the Lodge, Society,
Church or School in Revelstoke securing tbe largest number of votes in
the following manner: The business men listed below will give with
EACH TEN CENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
Uth and ends Feb. 9th, 1908. A ballot box has been placed in the Canada
Drug A Book Store where tbe votes are to be deposited. At the dote of
the contest the church, school, society or lodge having the largest number of votes will be awarded the library, Current accounts when promptly paid wili be entitled to votes. Remember, votes con only be secured by
trading with the merchants listed below, Each week the Mail-Hebald
will announce the et.imi. . • ol the contestant.
The library and case are now on exhibition in the show window ol
C. B. Hume A Co.
C. B. HUME 4 CO.
Groceries,    Dryguods,    Crockery
Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes
House Furnishings.
CANADIAN DRUG tt BOOK
COMPANY, LTD.
BULBS i
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING!
reliable varieties at reasonable prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray I'.imps
Spraying Material, Ont Flowers, etc,
Oldest established nursery OU the
mainland uf B.C.   Catalogue Iree.
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
OSKNHOUMR AND IIIOHOUKi VMOOUVH 1.0
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Uash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
P, BURNS tt COMPANY
MeatB, Etc,
Bk    cAHDy     DID rOV EVER SEE A ROI
THE   "SAVOY"
Fine Conlectlooery, Ice Cream, Ktc.
McPHAIL A HORNF.I.I,
BOURNE BROS.
Coupons given on Hardware only
H. McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
HASTINGS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers.
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO. Ltd
Printers and Publishers.
Central Hotel
zt—   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS,   PROPRIETORS.
tf..>vly built,     First-class in every resect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates il .60 per Day, Sped I Weekly Ratei,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same management
who didn't like candy ? or who did
not bave a sneaking fondness for it?
So.....thing wrong with snid boy, or
else ho never taslcd MANNING'S
cniilectinns. A purchase will convince Iiim that we nro selling tlie
linest and purest of candies, chocolates, etc
\ (.ndy Pile
ORIENT AL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Iiest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rat--.s $i a day,   Monthly rate,
J.   ALBERT    STONE    PROP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ot Wines, Liquorsand Cigars. Travellers to
Kish Creek will nnd excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF YOUNQ,        -        -       Proprietor
Corporation of tbo City
of
By-law No. —
A By-law to authorise the borrowing
by the Municipal Corporation of the
Oity of Revelstoke of the sum of Sev-
enteen Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars to cover an overdraft at the Molsons Bank.
WHEREAS a petition has been presented to the Municipal Council nf the
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke,
signed hy the assessed owners of al
least One-tenth in value of the Real
Property within Ihe City of Revelstoke, as shewn on the last Revised
Assessment Roll of the said Citv, re-
?nesting that a By-law lie introduced
or the purpose of authorising the borrowing by the said Corporation of Ihe
sum of Seventeen Thousand, Five
Hundred Dollars, ($17,500) for the purpose above-mentioned;
AND WHEREAS the whoteamount
of the ratable real ptoperty within
the Baid City of Revelstuke, according
to the last Revised Assessment Roll of
the said City of Reve|stoke, is the
sum of One Million, One Hundred and
Twenty-One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty Dollars.
AND WHEREAS it will be requisite to raise annually by Special Rate,
sufficient therefor, the sum of One
Thousand, Three Hundred ond Fifty-
Four Dollars and Ninety-Seven cents,
($1,354.07) for paying the said debt
and interest thereon;
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke enact as follows:—
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke to borrow on the credit of the
said Corporation by way of delientures
hereinafter mentioned from any person, persons, firm, body or bodies corporate, who may be willing to iidvunce
the same as a loan, a sum of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum of
Seventeen Thousand, Five Hundred
Doll.ns, and to cause all such sums so
raised or received to be paid into the
hands of the Treasurer of the Corporation fur the purpose and with the
object above-mentioned.
2. Il shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation to cause any
number of debentures lo lie made,
executed and issued for such sum or
sums as may be required for the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding however the sun. of Seventeen
Thousand, Five Hundred Dollars;
seventeen of such debentures shall he
of the denomination of One Thousand
Dollars each, and One of such debentures shall be of the denomination of
Five Hundred Dollars; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal
of tbe Corporation and signed by tbe
Mayor and Clerk thereof.
3. The said debentures shall bear
the date of December 23rd, 1907, and
shall be made payable in Twenty-five
years from the said date in lawful
money of Canada, at the office of the
Molsons Bank at Revelstoke, aforesaid,
which said place of payment shall be
designated by the said debentures,
and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest, and
the signature tu the interest coupons
may be either written, printed, stamped or lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear
interest at the rate of Hve (5) per
centum per annum fron. the date
thereof, which interest shall be payable semi-annually at the office of the
Molsons Bank at Kevelstoke aforesaid
in lawful money of Canada, on the
Twenty-Third day of June, and on the
Twenty-Third day of December, respectively, in each and every year
during tl.o currency thereof, and It
shall tie expressed in said debentures
and coupons to be so payable,
5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of
the said Corporation to negotiate and
sell the said delientures or any of them
for less than par, but in no case shall
the said debentures or any of them be
sold fer less than Ninety per centum
of their face value, including the cost
of negotiating and sale, brokerage and
all other necessary expenses.
0. There shall be levied and raised
in each year during the currency of
thtt said debentures the sum of Eight
Hundred and Seventy-Five Dollars for
Ihe payment of interest, and Four
Hundred and Seventy Nine Dollars
and Ninety-Seven Cents for the payment of the said debt under thc said
debentures by nHpecial Rate sufficient
therefor on all the ratable real prop,
erty In the said Municipality,
7, It shall he lawful for the Municipal Council to repurchase any of the
said debentures upon such terms hs
may lie agreed upon with ths legal
holder or holders thereof, either at the
time of sale or at any subsequent time
and all debentures so repurchased
shall be forthwith cancelled or destroyed, and no reissue of debentures
shall lie made In consequence of such
re-p.uchase,
8. This By-law shell take effect on
and after tho Twenty-third day of
December, 1907,
ll. This By-law, shall, befnre tho
Huul passing thereof, receive the assent
ul the ratepayers of the Corporation
according to the provisions of, and in
Ibe iitminrr proscribed by the Municipal Clauses Acts.
Read n first time, the 8th day of
December, 11107,
Read it Second time the (Ith day of
December 1907.
Head a Third time the 6th day of
December, 1907, and passed with the
unanimous consent, of the Council,
Received tbe assent of the Electors
the day of Decembers
1907.
Reconsidered and finally paseed and
...loptcd hy lhe Council the
lay of Decemboi, 1907,
City Hall, corner of Second Street and
Mckenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C.,
on Friday, December 20th, 1907, between the hours of Nine o'clock a.m.,
and Seven o'clock, p. io.    ,
HENRY FLOYD,
Clkbk of the Municipal Council.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land Dislriet.
Dislricl oi West Kootenav.
Take notice that Aleianair McCormick, ol
Beaton, B.C , occupation Teamster, init-nds to
apply lot a special um lair license over the lollowlng described lands:
8. Commencing ala post pl.nl. .l.boutone
mllo west ol John Croft's No t post, marked
"A, McCorm.ua's No. 8, sf.uth.easl coruer,"
ihence weat su chains, theuce uo. in so chain,,
ihen.eeaat Sl) chains,(hence south81)chains
... poiut of commencement,
Deled Nov. 7th, Ml.
SatnovU      ALKXANDEa tloCOKUICK.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
Dislrict 0. Wesl kooleuay.
Take notice that ttobert Armstrong, el Ar-
ronuend, ll. i:„ orcupauuu .llluer, ...lend.
to app.j ior > special uuiiair l,ce..ce over the
lollowing described laud;
Commeueiug al a pust plauied eboul 100 yds.
Durth ol pusl marked N. ti. L7l»a8. aud marked
"Hubert Aruisiruua'sH.W. corner post,*' .hence
ad c.a.ui in rth. eo rliuiiis eui,8u ehalus sou Ik,
SO chains wesl io pulnl.,. coniuicuuemeut.
Dated, thli Mil day ul Nov., IW,
aa. nov 3 KUBKKT AKMSTHOnG.
NOTICE.
Revelitoke Laml Dlntrlct,
District uf tt tint Kooteuay.
Take notice that Bowman Lumber Comuuuy,
Limited oi Hevelstoke, B.U), occupation Lutn*
boruien, iuteud to upply lor a special timber
license over the followiu-* described lauds:
Commouciuu at a post plauted about 1 mile
east uf Blind Bay, theuoe east 80 chaius, theuce
south 80 ohaius, tbeuce west 80 ohains, tneuce
uorth DO chaius to poiul of commeucemeut, and
cuutaiuiugUO aoros, more or less.
Dated November 7, Mfl,
Bowman Lumber Compahy, Ltd.,
MtuoT 16      By thflir Agent, M. C. Lawler.
NOTICE
Hevelslokc Uud District,
Distriot of Weat Kooteuay.
Take uotice tbat w , tue Lamb-Watson Lumber Company, Limited, ol Arrowhead, I), li,
occupation Luiubermau, iuteud to apply lot
lieriiiissit.il to lease the following described
foreshore, bo.uB part of the foteshoteo. Ua.eua
Hay, lor loggiug purposes:
Commouciug ut a post scribed "Lamb-Watson
Lumber Ui," plauted at lhe S.W. curuer ol
Lot 8401, theuce southwesterly lollowing high-
water mark, a uisluui-e o. Uu ouaius.
Dated this iklth Bay ul October, IM.
Lamu-Watbun Lcmukb Co, Ltd.,
Jau 1808 Ily 0.11. N. Willie, Agent,
NOTICE
ItevoIatoLe Land Diauict,
Districl of West Kooleuay,
TAKK NOTICK that Qoorge MoCirter, of
Kevelstoke, IJ. C, A«eut, iuteu.ls to apply for
permission to purchase the loliowiug described
lauds :
Commencing at a post > touted at the northeast coruer ol Lot 82W., iu Uroup Oue, Kooteuay
Dislriet: theuoe west 11,0.9 chuius; theuce
nurth SOchains; thouce west 10 chains; Ihence
north 30 chaius, theuco eust 21,61.1 chaiua more
or less lo tbe west bauk ol the Columbia Itiver;
theuce loliowiug the west bauk ol the Columbia Kiver southerly to the poiut ot commenoement, contaiuiug Sl aores, more or leaa.
'■if,     . GKORGK McCARTER.
Dated November 1st., .wn. Nov, I
Citv Clerk,
Mayor,
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
true copy of tbe proposed By-low upon
NOTICE
Revelstoke Und Distriot.
District of Weat Kootonay.
Take notice that 1, Alex. Mcltae, postmaster,
Revelatoke, BC., Intend, w dsyi after date, to
apply lo tha Chlel Commissioner of Lands and
worka for permission, to out md carryaway
timber Irom lhe folHwIhg de-.cribed lat'ds:
1. Commenoltm st a poit plautod at the N
W.cornerol Section 17, Township I'Blg Bend
Distriot. marked "Alex. McRae's north-weit
oorner, and covering lauds lormerly hold under
Tiniber License No.9.'c*3, thenco soulh Ud chains,
Iheneeeast 80 chains, theuce north 81. ohalm,
theuoo wosl 80 chi.ua lo poiut ol commencement, conlaining Mo acres more or lew.
2. Commenolng st a post planted at the 8,
w, corner ol Section 20, Township 1, lllg Bend
district, marked "Alex. Mcltot'i south-west
corner, and covering lands lormerly held uo.
der Timber Licea.0 No 878i, tbenoe north SO
chain., thenco oa*t 80 chaius, thenco soulh 80
ebains, thenco west SO chains lo point ol commencement, containing (Ho aerea mure or lesa.
8. Commencing at u poat plaiUxt at the S.K
corner ol Suction IU, Township I, But Bend
Dislrict, marked "Alex, Mcltae's souih-oait
oorner," and covering landi lormerly hold under
Timber Licence No. U7c5. thence north 80
ohaius, thence weet 80 ohaina, thence aoulh SD
chains, thence east 80 chains to point of com-
ineucciiicdi, containing Olo aerea more or loss.
< Commencing at a post plauted at the S.E.
oornor of Section 88, Township 1, Big Bend
Distriot. marked "Alex McKae'e south eaat
oorner," and covering lands formerly hold under Timber Licence No. 8782, thenoe norlh 80
chaina. thenoe west 80 chains, thenoe south 80
ohains, Ihenco east SO ehains lo point of commencement, containing 610 urea more or less,
6. Commencing at a poet planted at thu N.K
corner of Section 18, Tuwnehlp 1, Big Bend
District, marked "Alex. McKae'e north-oast
corner," thenou nuth 80 ohains, theace west 80
cliains, thonee norlh 80 ohalni, thenoe east 80
chains ui point of coinnionooment, containing
010 acres more or less.
DaUxl November 12th, 1807.
A1.KX, MollAK,
wod dec I Per N. T, Kd wards, Agent.
NOTICE
ltovolstoke Land District.
Distriot of Kootenat,
Take notice that I, John Albert Kirk, of Revels) ike, B.C. occupation B. C. Und Surveyor,
intond to apply for permlsilon la purobaae the
following described loud:
«.Co5!*Wllf *'.? WtPlsetstl about forty-
five 116) chains north ol the northeast ooraer if
Lot, Jva thousand four hundred and fourtoes
ISIII). Oroop one |1); thence west sixty (00
ohains; thence south lorty-flve (18) chains!
thunw east sixty (601 chains, thence norlh forty-
nio(li) chains lopoi.it of ooninieucemenl.
Dated 28th November, IWf. - ..
wod deo I JOHN ALMBT KIRK.
NOTICE
Take notice that I, OoorgeT, Nowman.of
Ar.owhead, H. (!., occupation Clerk, Intend to
apply for permission to purchase the following
descrilied landa:
Commencing at a poat planted it the N.K.
comer of Clara McQu.rrli'. Lot HOS, thenot
uorlh 60 ohalna, th.noe wait M ohalna, these!
suuth ai chains, thence eaal 10 chain., thenoe
south 10 chain., thenoe eaat 10 ehalna io point
uf commencement.
Dated Sept. Uth, 1007.
sep SI i
OEOBOK T. NKWMAN.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
B.S., K.D., J,W„udA.E. Kraotlonil Mineral
Claims, iltuate in the Trout Uko Mining
Division of Weat Kootenay Distriot.
Whoro Itoated-At head of Horsafly Creek,
Take notice that I, Kred C. Klllott, Free Miner'. Certificate No II 88212, scilng as agent for
Clara draco Westfnl), and the said Clara Grins
Wifs.fall, administratrix ol the KatAte of John
Woslor Woslfall, decased, Free Mlnct'a Certificate No. 1.1-82811, Intend, sixty daya from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grants ol the abovo
olslfltl.
And further Uke notice that action, under
section 87, must be commenced before tha Issuance ol such Certlflcile of Improvements.
Datod thli Uit diy of October, A. D„ 1807.
leb I FMft C, KLUOTT,
NOTICE.
Notice jt hereby liven thot at lbs out aast'
•Hcation  	
Hotel, Camborne, to (s.ry Tiinhefiulck.
lis (V.»»liilonets for thi
J, application wl" "
fo, tba transfer ol the license for the
lug of the _. .
Revelstoke District,
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plication will bt made
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H. •* O'BIUK, i.
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BUY SHARES
-IN-
The Prospectus of the Hewitt Mining Co., Ltd,, is now
ready for distribution. Ask for one. Read it. Study it. There
is not a statement contained in it that is not borne out by facta.
If you are contemplating the purchase, of mining shares
we ask you to carefully compare the opportunities afforded
by the purchase of shares in this Company, as against those
companies whose shares are largely traded In at a good price,
The mine has enough ore in sight to pay 20 per cent on
your investment for 15 years,
OAN  YOU   DO   BETTER?
We have 1,000 shares of thia slock tor sale at $5.00 per
shore,   Prospectus or other information free on request.
E. A. HAGGEN, Broker, Revelstoke
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
'",.<. LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS   ONLY.
RE-VELST-OKE1 H. O.
* P.   BURNS   &  COMPANY,  LIMITED.
HEAD OFFICE: Calgary, Albbbta.
Who (Male and Ratal! Meat Merchants
11 o-'i  Packers and DejUer   in Live Stock. -Markets in all the principal Cities and
, I Towns ol Alberta, BritiBh -..Himbia. and the Yukon.   Packers of the Celebrated Brand
|1<npera tor " Bams and Bacon, and "Shamrock" Brand Leaf Lard - A
North Vancouver Water Front
Will prove a -desirable Held for investment.
Values of this property will be.determined by the shipping, railroad and
general development ■ of Western
Canada.
We have secured for quick sale a
few choice properties and will gltdly
furnish full particulars. Call nr write.
.   J..B.ELKINS
JAMES   WOODROW8    OFFICES
McKenzie Avenue.
Certifloateof Improvements
NOTICE
Fidelity, We Two, Annie E.. Spokane, Nipissing and Bwun Mineral Claims sltuite is
the Trout Uke Mlnjns Division ol Wut
"    KooUinij Dtitrict.    ": ~
" Where looitett-At head of Horsefly Creek.
Tike"nottce that I, Clin Once Weatlill, od-
mlnistratrli of the Mate of John Westley
Weaifall. deceased, ftoe Miner*. . ertlScatc,
No B 86260. Intend, sixty days from dote hereof
to apply to tbe Mining Recorder lor ccrlilicatM
of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grmnti of the above claims-
Ami further take notice that action, under
section 37, must   be commenced before the
latnance of eucb Certificate of Improvements.
Dated thia ilal day ol October, A.D, 1107.
(ebl CLARA GRACE WESTFALL.
NOTICE
Revelstok! Land District.
District ol W-at Kootenay.
Tike rJbtice tha. I, J. Kenneth McLean, nf
Revelstoke, B.C, lumberman, inteud to apply
lor t tpec.il licence to oot timber Irom tbe
lollowing deacribed linds.
Commencing it i post mirked "J- Kenneth
McLean's north-east coruer," ihence west SO
chains, tbence south N chains, theuce east 80
ehains, thence north 80 chains to poiut of com-
moneimiut, containing 610 teres mors or less.
Dated Deo. 10th, 1907.
sit dec 11 J. KENNKTH McLEAN.
In the County Court of West Kootenay, holden
it Revelstoke
In the mttter of Joseph Dolin, deceased,
ind
In tbe mttter of thl Adminislralors' Ael,
TIKE NOTICE, that by an Ordor ot His
Honor J, A. Forin, made the llth dtyol Oct. •
ber, lltfl, I .wai appointed Administrator of
Joseph Dolan, decea-ed, and ill parties having
claims igiinst the said Estate are hereby required to furnish same properly verilied to me,
on or before the Slat day ol January, IMS.
All partial indebted to the uio astite in
required tu pay the amount ol indebtedness to
mt before the 81st ol Jtuuary, 1901.
Dee. Ulh IMI.
FBED PHASER,
die UK) Administrator.
Tender, foi thl erection ind completion of •
three .8) cell Lock-up, will Im received it thl
OOei of Ihi' Government Agent it Revelstoke,
up to ud Including the !lst*day ol December,
Flint, speelflcitlons and Forma of Contract
mi; be seen it the Cffice of the undorsltoied on
ind after thl llth diy of December, 1107.
ROBT. GORDON,
Government Agent
WANTED
FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING.-
Up-stnlre over G. H, Brock's
realdence, Fourth Street, hy Miss C.
Lkiholm.
KANTED-Men and Women to
learn barber trade, wages earn-
.hib. learning, ral.ili.g.m free.
Write Moler .Bn. her College, KM Curtail St., Vancouver, I), C,
\Vf ANTED-. Dresamaklns hy the
VV day. hy a cmnneteut Dressmaker from the East. Apply to P, O.
Bos 914. sot dec 7
WANTED-Roomi to Rent, n.itly
furnished.    Apply lo  Robt.
Tappino.
WANTED- Kxpei lenced Accountant desires eilher permanent
position or work by the day p. hi Iiij
account*.
Bos OH,
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
St. Join MlLlNW Uve^ol
)ec. 7   Lake Manitoba
)ec 13 Empress Britain
lee 27 Empress Ireland Dec 13
, an. 4 Lake Champlain Dec 18
, an. 10 Empress Britain Dec 27
First-Class, $55 ana ap
Second-Class, $40 and np
Tliird-Class, 27.50 andtup
Cheap nates to Atlantic Seaboard
points in connection with steamship tickets.
. Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other continental ports,
Fnr further 1tiforin.it ion apply to
T. W. Brad-slaw,   E. J. Coyle,
Kent,
Revelstoke,
A.O.P.A.
Vancouver.
"ig UP
mounts.—Address, Accountant, P.O.
Canadian Pacific Ry.
CHRISTMAS AND
NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS
Christmas
GOING DATKS-December 1st to
25th inclusive.
January 3,1908
Final Return Limit
New Year
GOING DATE8 - Deo. 28th to
January 1st. inclusive.
January 3, 1908
Final Return Limit.
Fare & One-Third Bouud Trip
TERRITORY-To any point that
oan be reached and return
journey completed within the
above limits.
TIMOTHY HAY
First-Class CloVer and Timothy Hay for sale. Also a I
kinds of. Garden Produce.
WAH CHUNG
TELEPHONE 29.
Front Street,    Revelstoke
E. A. SPRING
lAMHM  AMD MOT HAHUfACTUMII
Place your orders for your
Harness.. —'land-make   Hoots
and Fancy Leather Goods. . ,
■All OtWIM CAMFUUY ATTINDID TO
FIRST STREET
Urge Moral Relorm-Will select
Civic Ticket
The annual meeting  ol  the Revelstoke Citizens'   League wus held on
Tuesday in the City Hail.   There wus
a lair attendance.   Minutes ol the last
meeting  in  August  were  read and
adopted. A resolution was passed that
no regular  meetings  be held, except
the annual meeting which will be held
on the second Tuesday in December.
Under unfinished business the question of removing tbe sporting bouses
Irom Front St. was brought up, it
being pointed out that the matter was
extremely difficult to handle and unless unanimous public sentiment was
aroused nothing could be done.    The
sporting  houses  and their occupants
were too prominent, and this lact had
a bad effect on children passing tbat
diatrict.    Liquor was sold there at
high prices and uolicenced, and if it
was impossible to abolish them then
it was necessary tbat they should be
put away to less prominent places.   Il
was suggested that the restricted district be placed as prominent as possible  where  Irequenters could be seen
going in and coming out and this
would tend to stop it.    Several members declared that these houses should
be abolished  and the whole practice
wiped out of the town, while others
advocated tbat that was impossible
and urged that greater testriction and
less prominence be placed upon sporting bouses.   It was pointed out that
tlie police have denied any interference
in the matter ot removing the evil referring all complaints to the city council.   It wai then ascertained that the
residents of  the tenderloin quarters
were lined once a year, and twice this
year.   The league agreed that convictions  were difficult to obtain and it
was shown  bow  wrong a plan it was
that  this  "blood  money" should be
used  to  pave  the city ttreets.   The
members ol the league were unanimous in soying that the future and
not the past was to be dealt with aud
prompt and effective measures be taken
to remove the sporting bouses from
Front  Street, that  tbe  law u.usl le
strengthened and loose civic  d.......»-
initio., iinpioved. The police shuuld
have 0 etr.,ng hand ai.U iheileagut
ihould hove a voice in tue upp .ii.i-
ment of police commissioners. It «as
then resolved that the time bad con.e
when the sporting huuses should be
removed Irom Front Street, which
street will soon be on important
thoroughfare,a.d that their pretence
was a. menace tu the morals ol the city
and a breach ol the law and that the
league take steps to recommend to tl.e
proper authorities that men be appointed as police commissioners who
will take steps to d.. tbeir utmost to
administer the moral law in the ciiy.
It was agreed thut tbe league put men
in the city council who would conserve city mor .Is and men who would
pledge themselves to pieserve law,
order and morality.
The question of Sunday and night
doling of hotel ban nas discussed,
the league leeling that all business
men should he put on lame Oasis and
that for the common good tbis closing
should be enforced aud the city couu
cil be made to do it, It wss then resolved that the league place on record
tbeir opinion that laws governing
liquor licences especially with reference to Sunday ond night closing
should be enforced, that the City
Council and Board of Police Commissioners be earnestly requested to see
that these laws are faithfully observed
and that the league request all candidates for civic office ot the coming
elections to give public pledge in this
matter.
Tbe advisability ol electing a civio
ticket and running them Ior election,
armed with tbe various pledges the
league ihould name, was token up,
and alter some disagreement it was
'decided not to do thii it -the largest
body of members ol toe league were
not preient and unity and interest
were lacking, but to appoint a committee of five to droit out a program
ol civic politics ol tbe viewi of tbe
league, who were ts iubu.it names ol
probable candidates Ior civio honors.
The oommittee were to report snd osll
a meeting when they deemed necessary.
In reierriug sgsin to t,he matter of
removing sporting houses from Front
Street, the league sgreed that the
matter wai a hard one to settle and
although tbe hands of tbe nolice were
tisd no effort ihould be let pass to
remedy thii and st sll costs the removal ol theie houies Irom this publio
psrt and thoroughfare ihould be
effected.
Tbe financial situation of oivlo
finances was discussed, and an alderman who was present reviewed the
work which bsd Isd up to thit heavy
overdralt, explaining tbat it bad its
origin Nvsral vests ago and has been
increasing year by year by heavy colli
on current revenue tor city improvements, He admitted thst money bsd
been waited on streets tbis year but
hoped tbat the psopie would pass the
bylaw which would setmatten ttraight
provided that ths debenturei were sold.
Englieh capitalists didn't liko small
blocks ol debentures, but large >. mounts
aud advised the new council to purchase a whole road-making outlit and
make out a pood scheme ol road making al the same time is. uing big blocks
ol debentures to pay Ior it.
The lollowing officers were then
elected by acclamation:—Pres., C B.
Hume; Vice-Pres., J. M. Kellie; Secy.,
Mi. Bewi; Treas. R. Howson.
The Relief of the Unemployed.
City work at 20 cents an hour, or
$1.80 per nine-hour day.
The establishment ol a Municipal
Luboi Bureau.
The old city police station to be
fitted with temporary bunks.
Free meal tickets till work ia started
A delegation appointed to visit Vic
toria for the purpose of urging the
Provincial Government to clear Point
Grey lands, and thus find en. ploy ment.
for residents of the Province who ore
citizens ol Vancouver.
Tbe above is a synopsis ol the principal measure! adopted at (lie joint
meeting of the Board ol Works and
Finonce committee held Ibis week at
Vancouver to devise means Ior the
relief of the unemployed.
P. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
Restaurnn*. and Furnished Rooms
Meals from 25c. Up.
Second Street, - East End
UNION HOTEL
RESTAURANT
UNDER* NEW.MANACEMENT
Meals at all Hours
Ev rything Up-to-Date
CORPORATE J OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
ipality will lie taken at ih>> Co
-Heck's office, Cily Hull, corner
Second Street, and McKenzie Avenue
RcvelHtoke, B. C, on "riday. December 20, 1007, between tbe hours ol
Nine o'clock, a.m. and Seven o'clock,
ji. in,
HENRY FLOYD,
Clerk of Ibe Municipal Council.
By-law No.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
(lil RtttUti
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
J. HARRIS, Mfflfff.
SHANGHAI HESHIiai.1l
SO MOW A JIM SAM, Props.
Open Day and
Night
Special attention  given to
Supper Parlies & banquets
Heals, 15o.      Meal Tickets, $5.50
OET THE UAniT
OPPOSITE Y. M.  C.  A.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Miiuiifucturod for all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIREBRICKS
for sale In lnrge or small quantities
at tho lowest pricos for cosh.
All kinds of buildlug and plastering
undertaken.
A. PMDOIMI, - REVELSTOKE
E.W.B. PAGET
Exp ress
Draying
Storaye
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Deo     in Wood, Cool and Feed,
Phone 71. House Phone 7
FEED FOR SALE
I have choice
upland prairie hay
and Timothy, also
oats, wheat and
feed to offer in par
load lots.
Delivered prices
given on request
AODRE88
D. C. HOFFMAN
OALQARY, Alto.
A By-law to authorise.tho horrowing
by the Municipal Council of the
Corporation of thc City of Revelstoke
of the sum of Four Thousand Dollars
to defray the cost of building and completing ii Jail for the use of the City,
nnd, for the issue of Debontnres for
the said sum and interest theteon;
WHEREAS a Petition has been
presented to the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the Oity of Revelstoke, signed by the assessed owners
of at least One-tenth in value of the
Real Property within tlie City of
Revelsloke, hs shewn on the last
Revised Assessment Roll of the said
City, asking that a by-law bo introduced for the purpose of authorising
ihe borrowing by the said Corporation
of tlie sum of Four Thousand Dollars
for the purpose of building and completing such Jail;
AND WHEREAS it is necessary
and expedient that such Jail be built
and completed;
AND WHEREAS the whole amount
of the ratable real property within
the suitl City of Revelstoke, according
to the last Revised Assessment Roll
of the said City is the sum of One
Million, One Hundred and Twenty-one
Thousand, Eight Hundred and Twenty
dollars;
AND WHEREAS it will tie requisite
to raise annually, hy Special Rate,
sufficient therefor, the sum of Three
Hundred and NinoDoIlarsand Seventy
cents ($309.70), for the payment of the
said debt and interest thereon.
NOW THEREFORE the Municipal
Council of the Corporation of the City
of Ilevelstoke enacts as follows;
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke to borrow on the credit of
the said Corporation by way of Debentures hereinafter mentioned, from
any person, persons, firm, body or
hodies corporate who may be willing
to advance the sume as. i loan, a sum
of money, not exceeding In the whole,
tl.e sum of Four Thousand Dollars
i.n.I to can-e al. sii'ih sums so raised or
i...;.-ivi-il to he p.i.l int.. ll.e h.i...Is of
the T. ('..ain or of the .'nip, .rati .n for
the |...i'|. .seaud with the object above-
mentioned,
2. It shall he lawful for the Mayor
of tlie said Corporation to cause any
uuu.her of Delientures to be made,
executed and issued foi such sum or
sums as may be required fur the purpose and object aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the sura uf Four Thousand Dollars, each of thesaid debentures
being of the demuninaiinn of One
Thousand Dollars, and all such debentures shall lie sealed With the seal of
the Corporation und signed by the
Mayor and Clerk thereof.
3. The said Debentures shall lie.tr
the date thereof of December 23rd,
1007, and shall bc payable In Twenty-
Hie years from lhe said dale in lawful
f.ion.-y of Canada at tl.e offlce of the
Molsons Uank ut Revelstoke aforesaid,
whioh said place of payment shall he
designated by said debenture-., and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of inteiest, and the
signature to the iulere-t coupons mav
be either written, printed, stamped or
lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear
interest.at the rale uf Hv.-(5) per rem-
nm per ..iiiiiiiii from the dale I hereof,
.iinil. Inl.'rest ..hail be paid s iui annually at lhe office of the Mulsni.s
Bank ai Revelstoke, aforesaid, in law
lui money of Canada, on Ihe Twenty-
I bird dav of June and on the Twenty-
third day of December in each and
veiy ye.u du. ing I he currency thereof
and it shall be expressed in mini debentures and coupons tu he so payable,
5. Il Bhall l.e Inn I for the Mayor
of the said .orpin i lo negotiate
and sell the said .tin es or any of
theli. for less tba but in no case
shall the said <1 res or any of
them be sold for less uiau ninety per
centum of their dice value, including
the cost of negotiating and sale, Innk-
enge and all othei' necessary expenses
(I. There shall be levied aud raised
in each year during Ihe cui.ei.cy uf
lhe said debentures the sum nf two
hundred dollars (200) for the payment
of mli'ii'si,anil lhe -.tun of one hundred
and nine dollars and seventy cents foi
thu payment of Ihe said debt undei
the said debentures by a special rate
suitl. .cnl therefor ou all the ratable
real property in the said Municipality.
7. Itshiill be lawful I'or the Municipal Council to repurchase any of ll.e
said debentures upon such lermi as
may be agreed upon with lhe legal
bolder or holders thereof, eilher at tin
I ime of sale nr nt any sub-cement time,
and all debentuirsso ri-iiim based shall
he forthwith cancelled or deal toy... j,
and no re-issue uf-ilcliei.lures shall be
made In consequence of such repur
chase,
8. This by-law shall take effect on
and after the 23rd day of December,
A.D. 1007.
0. This by-law shall, before the
final passing thereof, receive Ihe as
sent of the ratepayers of the Corporation according lo the previsions of,
and in Ihe manner prescribe! by the
Municipal Clauses Acts.
' Read a First time, the Oth day of
December, 11107.
Rend a Second time, the 6th day ol
December, 1007.
Read a Third time, the Oth day of
December, 1007, nnd passed with |i he
i.ii.iiiimoiis consent of the Council.
Received the assent of the electors,
the day of December 1607,
Reconsidered, and finally passed and
adopted bv the Council, the	
dayof  1007,
The Municipal Council of the City of
Revelstoke is prepared to receive
Tenders for constructing a Sewage
system for the City according to plans
and specifications whicli may lie seen
at the Ciiy Hall, Revelstuke, B.C., on
and after the 28th inst.
Tenders must l.e sealed, endorsed on
the outside "Tender for Sewage," and
reach the undersigned not later than
noon of Friday, December 27,1907,
Tenders must be accn.i.panied by an
accepted cheque, payable to the Revelstoke City Treasurer, equal to five
per cent (S p c.) of the amount of the
tender, which cheque will lie forfeited
if the party tendering decline* to enter in io a contract when called upon to
do so, or fails to complete the work
contracted for.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
saiilyjicccpted,
H. A. BROWN,       H. FLOYD,
Mnyor. Oity Olerk.
Revelstoke, B.C., Nov. 25,1907.     -It
NO.   5 COMPANY
Members of above Company will
muster for Company Drill every
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
H. A. BROWN,
/lm Captain.
Revelatoke, B.C.. Nov. 6,1907.
I1UIIVL
Ki eUioke Land Diair***.
tiialNCt ol West Ki** wmhjr.
i .itt* uotice lout 1, W. st Smith, agent, 60
lays after date intend u> ap^iy to tn** i hief
v urn missioner uf L&uil* and tork* tor p«-r-
ni.--ion to purchase in following described
landi:
".liiueucing it a post planted about % mils
.unit ol kouiu-eaai corner of umber limit lulti,
md marked "W A. Suiyiuo'* 8 W. crue* iw»i,"
luemeuorm iu cbaius. tueu- e east tu cuama
i ueuce soulb »i chains, tbeuce west au coauis to
point of commencement, cuu.-tiniiig MU acrei
more or less.
Dated Oct. 36th, 1907.
W, A. tMYTHE.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lind District.
District of West Kuuteusy.
Take uotice tbat 1, J. Bauodtrson, miner, 00
days after date intend toapply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lauds and Works for per*
mission to purchase tLe following described
Unas;
Commencing at a poat planted 20 cbaius wait
of Blind Bar ud mined "J. tianmiersoa's
uorth-east corner post," tbeuce jwotb K> cuius
tneuce west IfUcbiins, thence norm IU chains
tbence east 10 cbaius to point of commencement, coutiiniiif 640 acres more or less,
Dated Oct. 2-jtb. IM,
l SAUNuKKSON,
Per W.ASmytbeAgeet,
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Diatrict.
District of West Kooteuay.
^Take uotice tbatl. *'. H Uuffey, mine man*
•mer, ou days after date iuteud to apply to the
Chief Commissioner ol Lend* and Works for
pertniasion to purchase tbe loliowiug described
lands;
cuuinienciug it a post planted ftt ehains
uortb ui tne south-east coruer of timber limit
lUlbaud mirked "K. U. Uulley's uouu-east
cornet post," tbence souih au cnaius, meuoe
west tlu ebains ti.oii.-e uortb SU chaiua, tneuce
east SU chaius tu puiut ol coin meucemeut, containing 64u scree more ur less. "
Dated Oct. 26th, 1«07.
r. h. Gurm,
Per W.i. timvuo, A««ut.
NOTICE
Revelatoke Land District.
Dlstrictof West Kooteuay.
NOTICE is hereby given that 80 days after
date I iuteud to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a special timber
liceuce to cut and carry away timber from
certain lands situate in the District of West
Kootenay described as foilyws*.
Commeueiug ata post plauied on the West
Bank uf tbe Columbia Hirer and on tbe north
boundary of the railway celt aud marked "U. 8,
McCarter's South-East Curuer"; tbeuce UO
chains west; theuce uorth iii cbaius; tbenoe
east 120 cbaius; to the Columbia Kiver; ibeuce
south along tbe west bank ol tbe Columbia
hilar 62 cnaius more or less to tbe point of
oommencemeut and containing 640 acres more
or lest,
Dated November 1st., 1001,
Not. 0 UKOKUK 8- McCARTKR.
NOTICE
Revelstuke Assessment Distriet
Take notice that I shall hold i Court nf Revision and Amu-ill under the "Assessment A<*i .'"
respecting the Assessment Hull of 1D08
for the Revelstoke Assessment District
mi Monday, the 16th day of December, 19U7, ei
the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, ai
the Court House, Revelstoke.
Dated at Revelstoke this Oth day of Novem*
ber, 1907.
C. M. FIELD,
Judge of the Court of Revision and Appeal.
Kevelstoke  Assessment District of  West
Kootenay. sat uov 1* wilt
City Clerk
Mnyor.
TAKE NOTICK that tlie atx>ve is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
TENDERS WANTED.
Tondprs will be rerelvcd by the undersign*"
up fo Dec. l"th for rie mir 'na«e of al- m an*
part of the Hedlry 1-iiii'b.T Co    a>m-i*-c"Um-
of
b00,000 feet of logs beiwerD He-He- and ken
tneos
iwi.wti feet of lugs between Ilcll. y and inn- e
ton
iwi.miu feet of logn In standing timber.
.'JlHi.UHUVt't nf l.gn al 'll'' Mill,
-'I.M.imi feet ol <ire»-fd lumber.
88,00(1 feei oi rn gu louiuer.
-lablea, Horses out.
Heserve tbe right to n J ''t inr or all bldi
Hevelstoke Laud Duuict.
District of West Koot-enar.
Take notice that Neis i'homu Kdwards of
Hevelstoke. H. C, Cruiser, intends to apply Cor
special licenses over the following dueenbed
lands;
L Commenciug at a post planted about two
miles distant aud iu au easterly direction from
tbe south-west coruer of beclion 4. in Towushlp
:i, UeveUtoke Laud Uislrici, aud marked "Nels
iboina* Kdwards' soutb-west corner," theuoe
iiui'in *»j chaius, tnence vast &U ebains, theuoe
suuiu ou ebains, lbence west eu ub tins to (be
pointof commencement, containing 610 acres
uiuru ur lens, auu bung section i iu t'owuslnp 3.
2, commencing at *■, post plauted about one
.uile diiuiu und iu an eaiu-iiy direuUun from
tue aouui-eael wruer of SeuUuM lo, Townabip 3,
itcvelsioku L.-UH] District, auu marked "Sua
l nomas ha wards' north-west coruer," tbenoe
-ast ttu chaiua, iheuce south bu chain-., tbince
"resit* uuwus, iheuue norm HO chains to tue
itoiul of oumutncemenl, oonialmug Ho aciee
u.we or lees ttLd being aeeimn ll, iowuabip ii.
'&. Commencing at a post plauied about oue
mile dm uuu anu in an eaeleny direction from
■.ue miuui oasl coruer ol deci|uu 16 in Township
.), Kevelfloke Lund uisinei, aud marked "Neil
iiiumtto jwiftttrds' sou-.mv.osi corner," tbenoe
noi in au cnaius, tbeuoe etui eu unauu,, tbence
suuiu eu ubaius, Uieuee wwl 8u cbaws to puiut
oi cuiiw-jeiiuemtm*. cuUisUumg 64-j sturvs mere
uriewaud beiug beciiuu -.1 m iu.tu-.uiy ,-t,
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t*. L. -.ill   H.
A-i
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land (timui'l,
Districl ol Went K-Memty,
'h'ke uoiiee that i-hn   r'ft. nf R*»at-tn. R.r
ii('i-ii|.HMiiii I un'iiTi. h"  lu en <» In a ply lm
|n*c nl tin.ber lie t-Lbu OVU tLelollowiUn ue
crilied lauds:
1. i uniii end lift at a pi st planted about two
in Ies south nf a MeCormifVi j.rt-eiii,.il..]). j,
.Salmon Creek, marked * .No. I, John Cfud'l
suuth west corner." tlieuce ea t >0 chains,
iheuce uorth ni chains, ihence *tst Mlcl-il is,
tueuce south Su chaiusto pointof comra.nc.-
ment
2. Coinmi'iicin*,' at a post planted about two
miles soulli or a. .M.-CoruilrkV pre-empiion on
■iiinioii Creek, marked "No i, JohnCrolfs
soulli ensi corner |>Oi.i," thence wesi ttu chains,
theuce nnrth 80 chains, thence east 60 chaina,
theme smith 80 cbaina to poln, of commence*
ment-
Dated November 7th, 1907.
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Dated Dec. 4th, Mi.
satdK 7     NELS THOMAS EDWAHD8.
NOTICE.
Bsvrl-
NOTICE.
Cariboo 'and District,
Dlstrictof Cariboo.
Take notice tbat Charles L, Hyde,
stoke, B.C.,occupation, timber cruiser, Inteo,
toapply for a special timber license over ibe
followiOK deatnbed lands:
1. Ommenciug ota post planted about me
mile above tbe mouth of Ptarmigan Creek, aud
about one mile north uf Cinoe River, tbenct
160 chains north, theme 40 ehains east thenre
lu) duinns miiii Ii, iheuce 40 cbaius west to poim
of com meucemeut
2. Commencingat a poat nlanted about two
miles above ihe mouth of Ptarmigan Creek,
and about uue mile north of Canoe River,
theuce 160 ohaluB west, iheuce 40 cliaim soutb,
thence IfiO chaius east, theuce 40 chains north
to polut of commencement.
:i Commeneing at i post plautek about
three miles abuve tbe mouth of Ptarmigan
Creek, and ont milt uorth of Canoe Kiver,
theuce 80 chaius north, tbeuce Hi chaini east,
thouce 80 cliuiua south, tbenct 80 chaiua wtat to
point of wm meneement.
4. Commeueiug it a post planted about
throe miles above tbe muuth of Ptarmigan
Creek, aud oua mile north of Canoe Rivtr.
theuce 80 chains north, tbtuce SOchaius west,
thtuce 80 ohaini south, tbenct 80 chains east lo
point ef commencement.
Dated October Vth, 1007.
wee uuvlS     .     CHARLES L. HYDE.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Laud District.
Diatrict of Weat Kooteuay.
Take uotice tbat I, R. M. Smythe, merchant'
00dayi after date intend to annlj to tbe Chief
CommissioneOof Lands and Works for per*
mission to purchase the following described
lauds:
Commenciug at a poat planted 40 chains
north of the south-out corner of timber limit
7016 and marked "R. M. Hmytbe's north-west
oorner post," thenre eut 80 chains, thtnet
south 80 chains, thenes west 80 chains, thence
north 80 clmins to point of commeucemeut,
contaiuiug 640 acrw more or less,
Dited Oct. 26th, 1HW,
R. M, SMYTHE,
Per W. A. Smythe, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wut Kooteniy.
Take notice that I, W, A. Reav, locomotive
fireman, 60 days after date intend to apply to
the Chief Commissionerof Lind ind Works for
permission to purchase the following described
InrtdsI
Commencing ata post planted about| mile
north of the south-east coruer of timber limit
1016and marked "W. A. Beavo's south-east
corner post." thence north 80 chains, thtnte
wist 80 chains, thtnee south 80 chains, thence
eastbOchiins to puiuluf commencement! containing 640 in res more or less.
Dated Oct, 26th, 1W7.       „      _„
W. A, BEAVO,
I'er W. A. Smythi, Agio..
West Kootenay Laud Dislrict
District of West Kuotenay.
Take notice thai James Adams SteUon. of
■uluib, Minn., USA, oomtpauuu Timber
mer, intends to apply ior a speoial umber
nee over tbe followiug dwentwd lauds:
t ommeiieing at a poet planted al the S. W.
.truer posl of 1*. L- No iti it ou ibe wetl side of
tne Upper Arrow Laat- aud marked "U D.
iiu ward s S K. oorner," ihe..oo weet Ilu chains,
Uience soulb 4u uhaius, Uience e*st leu ulialm,
lbence nortb 4o chains lo point of oouioitoce-
meuL
Slaked Nov. ith, IS* 1
c, r. OOWABD,
Agent fur Jauiua Adams Stetaot.
Dated Dec- 2nd, 1807, wed dee 4
NOTICE
Thi dm lor ncilTloi Uadin for Public
Huildiui. I..i.,»mitb. R.C.. bl. bun iitw^ld
u. Mfii.d.j. I'KiriUl tlrd, IMI.
I'U... ind nwctflurtou cm bt m, ud
form, ol uiidit obtiitiid i. Itli D.if.rm.Dl,
on ipplieation U) tha Fottniillt it Lidr-
smllb, B. U , ud to Willi.m Hiidltwl, Supir-
iutiudii.il Ircblttwl, Victorii, B.C.
By Ordu,
l-HID, QtUNlS,
BwnUrr.
DtoirtBint ol Public Work.,
OtUwi, Normbir r tb, 1(01.      dn M
DON'T
MAIHV, DOCTOR or
d.*p»lr. "Dsn't So a
thins " Ull ron hi dwrlf
wbitl beat br lid of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on l.ralth, diaoMe, love, man life ind ptrenUfl
Tolls wbit rou'd uk i doctor, but don't like to
2.0 pagm, illuairiiwl,'« MnUi but Ui IntroduM
It ie Mod one onlj. to in; lidilt for voUise.
lOcenU.
M HILL, PUB. 00.
IM last lS,h Stmt, NIW VMK,
Place Your Orders
For firit-olsirdorasstic Cos.1.
Tbs Isnioua Gslt, Lsthbridgs.
Dry Fir Wood, f! 75 Fsr Riok.
Chioksn Fvsd, wbsst snd birlsy.
Hay, Oati snd Hoots Msde Chop
Feed.
Revelatoke Stesm Lsundry.
J. C. HUTCHISON, - Prop.
Phone—73. M&Oii* AnntKi
sndSsoond St. est, 5AMTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS
For Useful Xmas Presents
FURS!  FURS!!
Our Range of Furs were never so complete
iis now. Prices ranging from 81.60 to
ST.*). What would ,tx> nicer than a Fur for
Xmas,
SKIRTS
Xew, L'p-to-the-Miinile in Style, ill Voiles,
Panama and Plain Cloths, just arrived hy express,   Prices from $0 up.
LADIES' COATS
AH strictly up-to-date,
Regular 820.   Xow $12.
Regular $15. Now 88>
LADIES' WAISTS
Fancv Evening, Ordinary wear and Kvery-Pay
Waist.   Prices 60c, to $15.   White Silk Waists
selling at $1.75.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS
Combs. Umbrellas, Tea Gowns, Dressing
,.|s, Eiderdown Comforters,
■slury.
Jack-
MEN'S SUITS
Best Tailor-Madi'
Regular Prices.
Suits at $10.
Garments   selling
See nur All-Wool
helow
Tweed
MEN'S ODD PANTS
In the very lest Tweeds and Serges. We are
selling Good Tweed Pants from $1.25 to $0.50
a pair, A line of extra special sizes, waist
ranging from 12 to 48.
HOUSE COATS
and Fancy Vests, Fancy Braces, Xmas Ties,
Mocha Gloves, lined and unlined, English Dog
skin Glove, Fancy Sweaters, Silk Handkerchfs,
Hosiery, Collar Bags, Black Silk Mufflers
HATS, for Everybody
Christie Stiffs and Soft Hats.
Millinery Selling at Big Reduction
Our Prices Are the Lowest
Money Will Be Refunded If Nol As Represented
REID & YOUNG
We will just mention we
' have thousands of beautiful
, Cards and Booklets, Mountain
i   Photos and light small things
9 for sending lorn' distances.
SWe will t«ll you about the
other goods later.
* Canada Drug ft Book Co,
ty Limited.
X. Revelstoke, B. C.
Weather Forecast
Saturday, Dec. Uth, for 24 hours-
cloudy, frosty nights, even temperature during day. Temp., max. 36,
min. 32 degrees.|
Local and General.
LOST—Two lurveyora' notebooks
Ten dollars will be paid to party
leaving them at tbis office.
FOUND—A purse. Owner may
have it by identifying same and paying Ior tbis notice st Mail-Herald
Parm Pettipiece, western organizer
Ior Canada Trades snd Labor Federation, will be in the city on the 18th in
the interests of the working men's organisation.
Dr, Findlay, dentist, ol Vancouver,
h&i opened an office in the Union
Hotel where he may be comulted on
all dental work. He intends remaining here tor two weeks. 11—2t
The halt yearly meeting ol the
Board ol Licence Commissioners of the
Revelstoke Licencing District will be
held in the Mining Recorder's office,
Nakusp, on Monday, Dec. 16th.
Men are cordially invited to an
hours service Tuesday at 4 p.m., in
the Ry. Y M. C. A. The Rev. T. W,
Hall is the speaker tomorrow. The
Bible Study Club meets at 10 o'clock
in the morning, this is open to sll
men.
Mr. Dan Mcintosh has presented
tbe public school museum with a
magnificent 8|«cimeu ol a trout
captured in the Columhia river a lew
months ago. The mounting was done
by H. Mi. EdwardB and is a credit to
tbe taxidermists'art.
Tbeestii.is.tes for 1908-9 were presented to the Dominion Parliament
on Wednesday. They totel $119,237,-
001, an increase oi nearly "114,000,000
compared with 1907-8. Among the
estimates lor British Columbia are
Columbia Kiver Improvements $36,-
oOO. Removal ot boulders trom the
Kooteoay River channel at Proctor,
$2,500. Salmon Arm, Shuswap Lake,
♦2,000, Thompson River navigation,
18,000,
You Will Uke
every sort of cake we bake,
because every pound of it
contains first-class materials
and skill governed the making — because, too, tastes
differ, and our cakes, pies
and pastry are as varied as
the demand. "Baking excellence" would be a good
and truthful label for our
output.
You'll Have Yoor
Hands Full
to find better groceries at more
reasonable prices than we offer.
In fact we do not believe you
can do it. Don't say that you
can without first examining
our groceries and learning our
prices. That's only fair to us
antl fair to yourself. The better
judge of quality and value you
are the surer we are of your
order,
HOBSOJV CSL  BELL
vt
Look Here for 15 Days
VANCOUVER AMD HEW WKTMISSTHt
REAL ESTATE
We have the exclusive sale of 10 lots on tram line between
Vancouver and New Westminster. Size of lots 60 x 122.
PRICE, 1135. $20 down, $10 per month on balance. This
offer is only good till December 1st. next.
b
Kincaid   &
FIRS T
A N1) E R S O N
STREET
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The Ray Brandon Players staged plays and late hours of returning home
The Squaw Man" on Thursdav night «*leb le alvvfty9 * lestureof Revelstoke
belore a moderate audience in the <"'• ■» abolished.
Opera Huose. The piece is a popular Chow Chow, the l.mous canine, a
one but requires more taleut to bring descendant of the Chow dynasty of
out the tine characteristics of the play , dogs whose breeding is restricted to
than this company possesses.- A! royalty and mandarins ol China,
somewhat long and drawn out start passed through this morning en route
finished up with a more pleasing effort. for Sandringhan Palace, England,
on the part ot the caste. 'Chow Chow is the Christmas gift of
! the   Dowager   F.mpress   ol   China to
We would urge that all travelling .jeen Alexandra and one of the most
show companies who play in this city , valuable dogs living The dfigwaa
make it a. point of advertising that: much admired this morning on the
they intend to commence sharp at. train. He ia deep cal black with deep
8.30 p.m. and calling attention to this ■ purple under surface. His tongue tells
fact when billing the city. The people his pedigree, likewi-° tlie whit* hair
should also make it a point to be in , on jiw and throat. He is a great
their seats by 8:30 p.m. and not Wan- fighter and aa Capt. Hamer, hil escort,
der in an hour late. The curtain will i <ai.l would maltejinincemeat ol any
never rise till the liouse is lull and ilhu'l terrier. Chnw'i hind lega are
the public were more punctual in perpendicular ami not curved like an
their attendance, the long drawnont  ordinary dog.
Practical
Beautiful
For window shades trv Tlie Meal.
nothing bitter than'iur "Special. ;
Sox the best of china see tl.e selection at the Canada Drug Store.
See our line of statuary, very good,
very oheap—Lawrence Hardware Co.
Plum puddings in 1, 2 and 31b bags
Mince ment in all sizes at Bourne
Bros. : * ■     •
For today only we will aell a lew
boxes eating apples at $1.66—Mclntyre's.
A lull display ol Xmas delicacies on
show in the corner window at C. B.
Hume A Co's.
Patronlie Horns Industry. Smoke
Rsvslstoks Cigars.
Just unloadsd aimt'.iei car at The
Ideal.
Biscuits and candy 100 varieties ol
eaoh just arrived (ur Xmas trade-
Bourne Broi.
All our silver plated ware ii guaranteed and we stand behind it.—Lawrence Hardware Co.
II you wish something dainty and
up to-dale, ice the stock of Xmai
goods it the C inula Drug Store.
Headquarters lor band-painted
china snd Japanese china at C. B,
Hume 4 Co'i
•II- varieties/, -styles,,. anfrfSOgSStr
Bourne.Bros..,._,,,,.,... ';
..^'I'lj.Rent—$eat tlueLrttoraLogtlsgei
j.Mjiwj. Sr-j^r cijffsjg^Jraw^3"'-i
nished ;near C.P K. iftops. Rent'easy:
for good tenant. Apply J. liarlell,
Queen's Hotel
Order your Jap orangei early aa the
supply is limits,!, only. OOo, -.per box
at%C. B. Jlfiime A Co.    .   "
Don't wait until the best is taken,
oome early and get first choice—Lawrence Hardware Co.
The North Star Mills are srrsnging
to start up their mills st Cranbrook
and Elko This will be good newe for
many people snd it is also quite probable that the Eaat Kootenay and the
King lumber mills will also reiume*
operations In a short time.
We can show you Novelties, Art
objects and Useful Articles for every
nook and corner of the home. Something good enough for your own home
would hc good enough for a friend's
home—would make an ideal gift, in fact.
Such gilts are easily selected from our
great variety of Art Novelties, Burnished
llrass and Copperware, such as Vases,
Tankards, etc. Also Fancy Brass Candlesticks,
and Calendars.
You may be certain that early comers will have an advantage in choosing from a
fuller assortment.
Rsvslstoks Clgars-Unlon
Speoial, Th* Union, Md Maroa VuslU
in shsad of all othsrs.
See our display, the best yet shown,
everything marktd in plain figures-
Lawrence Hardware Co.
Two small oases new laid eggs, and
two boxes fresh mnde butter in from
Salmon Arm today at Mclntyre's.
Tl.e Ideal is the spot to buy your
Christmas presents, their stock il
complete and prices to suit the times.
Patty pans, roasters, cake tine,
mincing knives, food choppers, eto. at
Bourne Broi,
Ladies' and Gents' purses, best qusU
ity st Canada D'Ug Store.
Jelly powders snd package icingi in
all flavors and colors, Iresli at C. B.
Hume A Co'i.
A glance at our useful presents convinces you that you are getting the
best value ever offered in Revelstoke—
Lawrence Hardware Co,
Why pay lancy prices Ior silverware
we carry the best quality cf plated
goods at reasonable prices—Bourne
Bros.
There ii no game ol chance about
it, you win every time at the Ideal.
Our new stock ol china is said to be
tbe finest ehown in tbis city snd can
be bought at less than in Toronto-
Lawrence Hardware Co.
TENDERS
The City Council desire tehttefs fur.
the building ot a gaol according To
plans and specifications to be seen at
my offlce.
Tenders sealed and endorsed to
reach me by 6 p.m. on Friday, Dec.
20th, 1907.
Ths lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
H, FI.OYD,
Ciiy Clerk,
Revelsloke, B.C., Die II, 1907.   .
Corporation of the Gity of Bevel-
Voters' List, 1908.
The Court of Revision to revise the
Voters' List for the year 1908, will
hold its first sitting at the Council
Room, City Hall, Revelstoke, B.C., on
Saturday, December 21, 1907, at the
hour of iO a.in.
H. FLOYD,
City Clerk.
Revelstoke, B.C., Dec. U, 1907.     2t
BIS CHARM SALE
The  Savoy's  Stock
Confectionery at;
flalf Price
of
All the leading makes ol Candies
going below cost.
Muit clear f600 worth ol itoek in
one week. j
Stewart's, Webbi' Runway's,* etc.,
$1.00 Boxes for 80o. .
750.     "       " 400.:
500.     "       " 250.
Get in ssrly belore they aie sll gone.
'"S BUY THE BEST 'GROCERIES i
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25 Celits. <: (
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WHEN YOU CAN BUY
2 Pkgs. of Seeded Raisins tor
2 Bottles of Extract for
2 Pigs, of Mince Meat for - -   U
Ho. I Large Japanese Oranges Per Box -
JOHN MclNTYRE&SON
mm   ■-■■..      .■■  i. n. .im ii.^
F NO XMAS PRESENT PLEASES1'
A Smoker
LIKE A BOX BF
<-»-^LADIE8^—**>
nre often disappointed over the purchase of Cigars.
Revelitoke rusds Olaari they will have lh..
their prpsHiit appreciated.
If thuy try
-.ntisf.irt.imi nf having
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TIIK   UNION     U„x of .TU... *4 2J
Dl H HPBCIAI,   " "... 126
MARCA VUKI.TA "...   4 Hi
CORONA "       " - ,, ■!'■,
I,A I'HIMA ** " 1150
Box of 25  $2 2".
"     "   225
"      "  II25
"     "   200
".    " 175
\V«. hav.-ilie largest mul l>>.»i assorted stock of Pipes, Cigar ..mj
Cigarette Holders, Otgar ....d Cigarette Cases, Cigarettes, Tobacco,
.-ir., between Winnipeg .mil Vancouver,
BROWN'S CIGAR STORE AND POOL ROOM
:    VRE SOLVED :
That You /wshine
UR.^El.ab^HbEs Bur
TH5RE COMES AT/A\E
WHFM YOU MUST §VY
NEW SHOES:
WE SHINE IM THr/VEW
SHOE BUSINESS
Buster
«•■ ««••• visi wmss^^^Tfts*
DON'T YOU THINK .SOMETHING IN .SHOE.S
WOULD MAKE A NICE PRESENT TOR XMA.5.
WE .SHINE IN THE .SHOE LINE. *    / .
IN WARM, CoMroRTABLE .SLIPPERS roR
WOMEN AND CHILDREN WE HAVE A .SPLENDID
.STOCK AT ALL PRICED--.SOMETHING THAT
RE.ST.SYOUR TEET WHEN YOU PUT THEM ON.
THEY COME IN HIGH AND LOW CUT, BUT THE
ONLY PRICED WE HAVE ARE THE LOW CUT
ONE.5.
WE HA¥E A .SPLENDID LOT OF SttOlS AND
Sl\??lKS TOR EVERY-DAY WEAR, AND CAN
HT YOU IN ANYTHING'YOU MAY NEED.
OUR MEN'-S .SHOE.5 ARE KNOWN To BE THE
BE.ST VALUED IN ToWN,--BERE.SFoRD, DERBY
AND CARLETON ARE BRANDS THAT WE CAN
GUARANTEE AND THEY COME IN ALL THE BE.ST
LEATHERS. LEATHER IS HIGH, AND GOOD
LEATHER \S THE ONLY KIND U.SED IN THE.5E
Boon;.-    _.:./::!::. :. ■,„.....„ ■.;,.... ■
THEN WE HAVE COMFORTABLE CLIPPERS
Of ALL KINDS AND A PRETTY: FINE 'UNE or
DANCING .SHOE.S IN MTENT LEATHER AND
VICI KID.- ,,m -  -  ■
8KATINQ SHOES will soon bs needed and we have them for men
and women and boys snd girls. '
MCLENNAN'S
to
GOOD BUYS
Choice Building Plot, Sscond-Street, 50 1100 fset. . M 6S0.
. Corner on Third Street, 12& * IOO leet,   .      .-       -41400
Double Corner, Fifth Street, 601100 test.        -     —  360
Two-Acre Rlocki, suitable lor Fruit, adjoining city'
:!  ■*. Per Acre        •        -        - - $100 snd $160
'.-;(':•'/    'V..O-',''i   ■ '..1    ip., 1 l.f/ '.    '-■.-*'-.■',; ;*w   *>.  •
;    S I B B ALD ANDLAFJ E LD;
INSIlRANCfi :.   - i- .NOTtAftllJ-S.PUWjC :, ';; '; l^AfU* '
I
W, BeWS, pHMB. D^gg«<andStationer
NEXT
phm, a
HUMS   BLOOK,
MACKENZIE AVENUE
I TIME TO IHINK OF XMAS GOODS
Select while the slock is new and fresh.   Ijtrgi.r stock than ever
before,   Here is a pnrii.il list of some of our good things I-
Mots (or CsntlsmM. Psrfumss, Msw Irss*
IrushM In Ibony Oollru- snd Duff ton*.
Csmes    Looking Classes   Itatlensry ki Pints Md Ptiwy le«M.
Oilendars and Xmns (irds In tbundanos.
ARE YOD A PURCHASER OF
CUT GLASS
?
If you are, the question of cost is
no doubt an important consideration.  Design next,
CALL AT
J. G. BARBER'S
JEWELER
(Inly selection of Out Olaas in town
TO INVESTORS I
RED CROSS DRUG STORE
We Pay Special Attention to Prescriptions,
A first mortgage on Revelstoke City
property is a safe And profitable, in.
vestment for your funds.
We arrange lownon a conservative
basis of valuation, which is an' ample
margin for security In this growing
oily, where values* nn- steadily in.
creasing fron. year to year,
We are in a position to secure the
most desirable liiau*. at the highest
current rates of Interest ,lat present
from II lo 10 percent.
Fire Insurance covering the amount
oflhe-Loan, la always written, with
loss, if any, payable U> Ihe mortgagee.
Correipondence Invited.
Insurance. Money to Loan,
Columbia Agencies, Ltd,
MnKen/.ie Ave,, Revelstoke,
OPERA HOUSE
WEDNESDAY, DEC. II
I MERCHANT
WITH  SANF0RD DODGE
SHYL0CK
* *    AND   '  ' §„*
MIS8 LOUISE MARSHALL
AS ''*"*,,' '
PORTIA.
Bests on 8*ls at the' C|-hsds
*l)T*^sndH6«kflior«i'
mmm^iir^m»xmfrfimmm
in   '  i'      ■"
I)
Bee the special low prices on Wedge-
wood good-r-lesithan tott— L»wrcnce|';,
Hirdwsrs Co. - —
flUPORTANT ADVICE,
'. Lt      i-1
Do not wsil, but come in st Once
(or your sittings (or Chriatmai photos
snd stoid the ruih near thst tirst.
You will Ind bere everything—work-
msnihip, iceoery, eameraa, lenws,
mounts snd srt lolios ol ivery description, style snd eoltr lound in tbe.bjm
studios in the esst. All-work nniibed
completely Imn in my building.
Speolsl—Do nol eoirie for sittlngi
Itlter 3 p.m. during the next two
months ol ihort dayi, jji
Very reipsctlully, 1,
''jI!./f.:TUCK*E,"   [[.'.
to Pbotoftsphtr,
.

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