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Array y Drink Halcyon l.illiia Lemon Sour, '!
'I Made Iron.' pure carbonated llalcvonl
\, l.illii:. Waler. When yon ask I'm III. .oul
j be sure you gel il. Sold al nil hotels j
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Interior Publishing Co, Agents
Vol. 13. -No 86
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jWRLSTOKE. H. 0. NOVEMBERS, 1901
n   n   tt o  n      t x i *Unt LA
C. B. Hums & Co., Ltd |
Stores at ftrrovjhea.il aiid Revelstoke.
Sdttdav Bargain list
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IO Women's Coats,    Regular
$17.50 and  $18 50,   for
100    Boys'   Pants,    Regular
75c, and 85c. for
' 50 cts,
50   Boys'   Suits,   $4.00  and
$5.00. for .   .   .
$2.50
100   Men's   Shirts,    Regular
$1.25 to $2.00,  for each
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CB. Hume&Co, Ltd!
STORES AT ARROWHEAD AHD REVELSTOKE
Fall Coods ArrlKlng Dally.    Dressmaking and Millinery dooms, 2nd. Floor
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Over60 Hrnliug Stoves Lo ty
selecl (rum and over 2', Cook t
Sloven Inmake a choice ft om. ty
We havo over lwo carloads 9
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mr Elnur and in uui' w.i.o-
toiise,
We buy the besl nnd can
give you'theitdviiiiliigeofour  ty
extensive buying.
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1 our line befoie purchasing,
We only buy fr. in ll.c beat &
Stove makers tu Cumuli.. 4+
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t Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Miners', Lumbermen's 9
and Sawmill Supplies, etc.. Plumbing and Tinsmithing,        ty
PURE   LUMP
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COAL
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A GOOD INVESTMENT
Wi-:i.i, Built seven room house with
verandah, (lour bedrooms), good celfar-
age, wash liuuse and sanitary artjinge-
ments, All modern improvements and
fittings and everything in thebest tot\dition.
Large well kept garden, contains 12 fruit
trees "on two 25x100 It. lots, convenient to
centre oi city and C.I'.R. shops, All ior
$1,000 Cash and balance of $2,000
hy airangcmeni,     Best buy in the cily.
wamtmmMmmmtmtBm**ijmitu:ivL;uuw.iANt ———
See uk
Write
W. H. HUEWWYS
box 70.1
Revelstoke
$2.50 Per Year
Injunction Grained- A Triple!Amateui Dramatic Club and
Murder— Mint Activity—A the Independent Band will
Conductor Arrested -Alleged; Furnish a Big Night's Fun for
Plot-Cut Wages, Anti-Tuberculosis Society,
Si-:,vn i.i;, Nov, 2—Fetlor.il judges C.
II II i i ..I in ii C. E Wolverltni, in a
decitiou rendered IV'edneiday night,
'■ mp rnrilj enj .i "'I tho Hil u .1 Har
rui fin rnilr md linra Irom advancing
the frel -I" I .to ch n "- odiun.her and
•ml utlmr  liinboi' pro lucts  In ci nts
I i   IOO pounds,   l'lie i-i..) I  nl
vadci t|>p!ii 'I |m - f-u uml .l.ipmi ills
...i whicli the rate is now III cents por
llll)
l.i:i'iii.i:.....i:. Nov, 2—Tho dead
i. ilie* ..i three ludiaus, a man, Wi*
wife, and a boy, woro found last Sun-
tl iv i. oiuochildren ... the neighborhood ..! Eilteon Mile Lake. There
":.- .'very indication uf murder, tho
man's head being blown oil as ivilh a
shotgun, All of the i. dies bore marks
..; tioli in o.
\\ I'-.-.n i... S .v. 2.—Tho Ofiilvio
Milling Company bos jusl completed
contracts for heavy ..it.nil.lv shipments of high guide Hour i • tlio Fiji
islands and hits Leon asked to qliote
on monthly tbipments-throughout the
winter,
Ban Fi.axcisco, Nov. 2—Pursuant
to 'ii iei;....- from Washington, the
coinage ol $1.5,01)0,000 ol g .Id bullion
..ill l.e un.len.ikon immediately at the
n.iut ifi thia city.   No raid
Win
people spi
ml   tin
Ibe
i been
.let ive
I'.....:..;.' "'I
Philip
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Philippine
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■ . Man ,  Nov   2 —A iv .r-
Mini i as In ii :- .lied !i r Condtictor W,
Alexui ib r,  ol   tl.  wrecked passi ugor
train, charging  hini  with unlawlully
causing  the doatli ol  K. Brett, the
lire....... kilhtl in ll.e wreck .it Regina.
Alexandei was brought beloro Magistrate I'rnntai Iteginn, but was allowed
in go luo .... bail, Conductors Prosser
aid  SI......I  going  Fcsurityin $2500
each, and   himsell $5,000, or $10,000
bail in nil.
Ni:\v.MAi.Ki-.T, England, Nov. 2—The
police lien, bave arrested J. H. Pearse,
Busp'ected of having designs on the
life of King lid ward or the Prince of
Wales Ho is an ex-member of the
Bceliii.inal.iiid Police,
UiiAXi) FoKKS,   Nuv. 2.—To .e.luoe
the wages of all tl.e employees of the
(Irani.v Company at both Hie mines
,in.l ibe s.i eiter by a cut..( 60 cents a I   lii:'
day is  thc word that today reel..-.I  rml'
here  Iron.   New  York,    lt is stated an ea.tlouiid   Moosejaw
r money
they like I. get s in.ething iu fair ex
ch u.'. (or it.    Revelstuke publio .ire
noted Ior their generosity and ivhen
il. ire is some  return  Ior tin I generosity I here  is a  duuble incentive to
practice it,    one ol tha nu it deserving in.ue....... ts i.i Revolstoke tuday is
the Anti-Tuberculous Bravely, which
is now ...'liv.-ly engaged in llie great
■. rk ol aiding in the Btan.ping out ol
the ilre-.il While oath, 'I'i.,* move
ment is gonornl all over the provinoe
and Rovolstoko as one unit should not
be bo'ii id any othor city in interest
and actual work done. Funds are
necessary, absolutely necessary, in
order to curry out the goneral sohc.ne.
Rather than iiiBtittio a general canvass of tl.e city, which Is not altogether satisfactory since the brunt
usually falls on a few, the soeiely Imve
been looking ..round for sun... moitUB
of raising money. The Amnio... Dramatic Club very generously came lo
their aid and offered iheir services
gratis. At the express wish ol many
citizens and admirers of ll.e club,
"June," the well-known en...edy will
be again produced, and with tl.o signal success gained at the lirst production ol tiie piay, the club (eel sure
they can again succeed in getting a
bumper house. -Willi their eusl...nary
goodnature tho RevelstokeIndepen
dent llm I hnvo also donated thoir
services tor tbo occasion and.will discourse swee: musio fit intervals during
i he evening and for the dance which
follows the pay. When tho cause
ff.rwliiel.il... Dramatic Cliibandthe
liuni are lending thoir Service's is
remembered, Rovelstoke will not bo
backward iu buying tioketsand doing
..11 in iheir power to make tho affair
successful. Reserved seats 75c, general admission 60c, The money will
be well spent nud the eute lainn.ent
well worth seeing. A few .1..nations
have been c.ming in to the scoiety,
but the words of a well-known popular
parody will l.e particularly appropriate; "Evory little bit, added lo whul
t, makes just.i little bit more."
they i
HEAD-ON COLLISION
C.P.R. Passenger Smashes into
Freight Train.
Nov.  ..--As   tl
,,i,   f.f.*-a.,
.1 a head-on
that ihe cu will start
include all the miners
camp,   '
l .day
in the
stati
and will
Phoenix
collision  between
..1 and a
CRISIS PAST.
Banks that Failed were Insignificant  Situation Saved.
Ni
cl.aug..
nl oi
westbound    freight   train,   Railway
Engine,r R. llincbiey aid Fireman
Chaihs Brett were  instantly  killed,
i with a dozen people badly shaken up,
Tbe wreck occurred lour miles east
of Regina on tho m.in line, at six
minutes to eight .Velnudly norning
The eastbound I. cal, running a lew
minilei fee, crashed Into the westbound freight. Tl.e two engines were
driven through to the piston li. ue!-..
find i lie iniders wore lilted clear off
the rails, lhe baggage and expreBS
oars were badly smashed up, the
t -nn •■ b.ing thrown from the rails
an.l the latter completely telescoping
the tender of the passenger engine.
A lv Emsile, of Winniptg, mail
ele;!*, was seriously hurt,
Un No, llili, ll.e extra freight, the
crew was Engineer A. J. Snih, Conductor Geo. Il.iyts, Fireman li. Wood.
l'lie i rew of the passenger train
was Engineer Robt, II nch.-', Co -
ductor Wm. Alexander, and Fireman
Ohas. Brett, All the men are from
Moosejaw."
V. rk, Nov l.-Tlnj
$20,0011.1100  in gold, f    i  ii-
■i I  cous derahly   rei i ve  th ■
. here .....I perhaps in tke call
, I tile lower o. tho Stock Ex-
The decline in stocks today
was gem r,.ily atirii.ut.il to tl.e con-
tin. . m scarcily ol money for speculative pur|...c-,tte refusal of brokers to
make tia .-u-ii-us e.xoept for cash,
.....I the absence ol buying interest
....■I.-i' pr *.-nt .li-tur ed conditions,
The faci thai the Bank uf G. rm my
advanced its disc unl rate fr i n 5j to
ni , .-r cent w.s .1 t unexi eated, in
view of ll.e cue with whioh the German li-uik protects its gold stocks.
The intimation ol Dr, Koch, Gi vernor
nl .be bank, Ihal the action taken
would unlavotably oti'ect the American situ .iiim js interpreted as meaning nolliing nn ie ilnn ihnt it would
iiupi.se.. olicck on tl.e shipment ol
Qern.au gold to New York. The (act
that the day passed without any
ipecial ui.'.ting ol directors ol the
Bankof England lur the purposo of
raising tl e discount r,.ie, was accept- ,
ed with gratification.   Comparatively  Knigbta wil   bo held ....  liiesdny,
lew conference! mre held today, be-  Nl,v ber 5tb, at 8 p.m,  All knights
GRIP AND PASSWORD
l„ 0.  I..
L. 0, l„, 1658, will meet iii the hall
at is III) k .... Sunday, Nov. 3, to
attend divine service nt St. Andrew's
Presbyterian chinch. All brethren
an. requested to attond and ..11 visiting
broth ren are cordially welcomed.
A   meeting   of   tl.e   liuy.il    Iilnek
cam. it wa* lell that Nov. V...L Bank-
ers had tbe situation In baud und that
the provislj n loi Clearing Heuiooi r-
tillpates find Inr paying large .Iruits in
cheques inst. ml ol ourrenoy would
\. rl any lurilu i tr luble.
Aside  i'r   the satisfactory local
.•-..i.liii--..., reports Irom nil points
■bowed ..  favorable tendency.    No
[allures were ree...tied .it any pninl
throughout the country. It should
be I oi o in mind in this connection
that there uro over 12,600 banks ill
tbe United States and tbat tbe number ol institutions which have recently failed ii..(insignificant prop irtiopi
as compared with thia total. It was
pointed out today that the failure of
a n.i ■ hank i* immediately known
Irom end to end of tbe countiy
wh. rem lhe pub ic overlook the laci
that 12,600 banks are open for business as Usual, and none nl the real
important banking Institutions any-
wbi n his ill vn the slightest signs
..f unsoundness, On tbe whole, tin
bunking community takes a favorable
view nf the nut-look and if partloularlj
0 0  ii  if.id by th" large (..reign cre.lil
wound thr.... tho enormous ship
.i.e..is ol A.....lean products abroad,
Another    largt    consignment    ol
healers jus. arrived at Bourne Bros.
Cardiff Cual—all coal, no dirt.
are requested tO bo present
I'lovineial  Grand   Master   Brother
1). 0, McLaren, ...I Vanoouver, will
visit Ilevelstoke on Thursday, Nov,
7th, when he expels to meet all the
brethren,    A  degree mooting will bo
called tO wclcnnie tho (Iran.I Master.
Y.M.C.A, NOTES
Thanksgiving Day was a busy day
down at the V.,M.C A, Early in the
day the Oatmeal Eaters bent tl.e
Young Tigers at bowling after a keen
contest, some bi I. scores being made
during tl.e gnme:
Threo games of basketball woro
played during the tiny, one of them
being very speedy.
Tho Baskolbx.il Loag.io will sturt, as
sunn ns the now gymnasium is built,
The physical director wishes that all
learns whu are entering the series
wnuld get the iiniue nl the team and
the list of probable players nnd give it
tu him.
The Juniors should ...Is., get into
line as lhe Public Sel.....I will pot up
i< big light to keep the cup again this
year.
Indoor lluscla.ll will be played this
year and should be very popular as
tho game is speedy and admits ol a
large number playing the game nt
once.
HIGH SCHOOL
EXERCISES
Large Attendance of Parents
and Others Interested in
School Work -Distribution of
Prizes—Musical.
The annual High School opening
exercises were held hist night in the
Selkirk Hall,,when a largo number of
parents and others interested in school
work were present. Extra seating
ucoommodution was found necessary,
as, ir, spito ol the inclemency of tl.e
weather, the people turned nut in good
lorm. \ McRao took the chair and
opened,the proceedings by a few appropriate remarks, culling attention to
.he excel!, nee ul thc local schools and
lhe results  attained  by   the   pupils.
His Worship tl.e Mayor, on lieing
called upun to speak, sai.l that the
advantages offered in Ii. C. schools
were second to nnne and he liked to
see all children seize the opportunities
offered for sound education. Success
depends on brain 'is well as muscle
and one helps the othor, Rivalry in"
scholars is a good thing and he noticed
that the Revelsloke children were ''11
keenly interested in their studies. ..e
p .int. .1 out that Revelstoke had take'
.t prominent place in education nnd it
was the duty of all to keep it up.
(Cheers).
A K. Miller then presented the
high school entrance certificates and
congratulated  those  who   had  won
em. ''Perseverance," ho said, "had
gained these prizes," and he urged
ihui tho children should stay with all
tney undeitook, lle said that the
pupils had done faithful, earnest work
am! urged that the parents give them
all lhe education ihey could get,
Tl.e following received certificates;
Edna Bruce, Cecil Duck, li. Haider,
M, Calder, A. Campbell, Frank Uranat,
Frank Daniels, ltlietu Jnhnsun, T.
Patrick, C. Urquhart, F. Tapping, C.
Prucuuier, E. Morgan, Ethel Mclntyre,
11. Lawrence.
lie referred to the teachers as having done faithful work, and said that
thc people should appreciate their
efforts.
J. T. Pollock then read a letter from
Rev. J. Ii. Robertson, expressing regret
at not being ab!c to be present and
saying that be would present Francis
Laawn with a medal Ior the highest
in genernl proficcuey. Miss Lawson
bus done exceptionally well and deserves much credit. Mr. Pollock said
he was glad to see such loyal inttreit
taken by Revelstuke in her Bchouls.
(Cheers).
Thus. Taylor, M.P.P., said 'that the
li. C. educational system was the besi
of any other in the Dominion. Th,
public schools were especially good
inil lie pointed out thai higher education gave extra facilities for all pro
fcs-ions. He said that tiio government
bad (Innii tl.e best Ihey could tor
education. He congratulated tl.e
teachers on the high standard of the
Revelstoke school. Mr, Taylor then
presented tbe Guvernur General's
bronze medal to Francis Grannt, who
had attained highest marks at the
high ichool entrance examinations,
(Cheers.)
C. I!. Sissons ihen pre-.u od the
g.iil medal to Hilda Hobbs, lur Icing
lirst in matriculation. Ho explained
the inscriptions on the medal, and its
particular appropriate nose. On oue
side was Mt. liegbie with the motto
"per .niiuii nil astcra," ou the other
side was tbe Ii. C. coat of aims, Mr
Sissons then dwelt on the earnest and
luiililiil work of Miss Hilda Hobbs,
and referring also to Wally Clark us
the first Revelsloke student to enter a
university, and to Geoffrey Haggen us
the lirst student of English literature.
Ilo referred also to .lean Hyatt, win.
passed the jiiniorgra.le.it midsummer,
In reviewing lhc general work done
be s.ii.l that he was well satisfied, and
wus glad to s. u the interest taken in
tho schools and wiib glad ol the people's
eiieuiirageinent.
tl. Haggen then read a paper un
Sbylock the Jew, tl highly creditable
essay.
The experiences of Wally Cbyk in
ihe Medical school of the Toronto
University, wcro read by Mr. A. E,
Miller, the essay being very interesting, II. N. Cntirsier in u lew well
chosen icinurkH, urged nihility between
trustees and the municipal c..uncil,.iud
referred to the recent trustees con
vinl.it.. when many important subjects were passed upon. He was pleased
In see thu guud wurk dune by teachers
and pupils alike, and suid that tho
trustees always . iiu.-d tn get ll.e be-l
ul everything.
F. II. Itiiiir.ieui.il D. L. McLaurin
also spoke a low words, Mr. McLaurin
urging rational development as against
lhe gross and frivolous.
A letter frum II. Floyd was read,
regretting that he cuuld nut attend.
During the evening a musical programme was furnished by Ag.es und
Ethel Jilackbcrg, Misses Bird, Isi.bel
Cruwlord, Edna ll'tice, (recitation),
Myrtle Cuthcls, Eva Thompson, H,
Coursier, Relri'shmeuts were served
by the young people at tho close ul
the evening.
Thu funniest thing on recurd will lm
Yo Old Fulks Concert, when yo aged
peoplo will appear diessed in ancient
garments of 50 years ago, at ye singing house ol Esquire Tapping, on tho
5th day of December,
Any new books ynu hear ubuut ask
(ur at tl.u Cunnda Drug Hturc.
Picture framing is one of tho things
wo du at ths Ideal,
BOURNE BROS.
DON'T BE CROSS
if when cooking you
get poor results, it
may not be your fault
but the fault of the
ingredients you have
used.      Buy   your
GROCERIES
from us and you will
find  everything absolutely fresh,  pure and  satisfactory.     In the end  it is
cheaper to buy really good Groceries.
CALL AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK
Of Stoves, Ranges und Heaters. These have just arrived; they are not
old Btock, kept over, but NEW with all the latest improvement! and
they are M.'t'.LAUY'S.
CHINA AND CLASS  DEPARTMENT
We have in nur China and Class Department a well assurted stuck ol
Everyday and Fancy China. See nur showing of Toilet Sets and
English Ten Set,. Odd pieces in Dinner Sets at bargain prices, get
at these belore they are all gone.
GROCERIES     HARDWARE      STOVES     PLUMBING
Bourne Bros.
a *                                                   '"N
CARDIFF COAL!!
We hep; to advise the pub
November 1st., 1907
lic that we have secured the
agency for the Cardiff Ooal
RKVBL8TOKK GEL. A0BNCIK8 :
Co.  of Alberta, who mine
lhe best soft cual yet placed
on the market for domestic
I received this Ift'liple of
the Albert. Cardiff I'nal a d
purposes.    This coal burns
found it tn lie nin-i wt'la-
cleau with no dust, or gas;
factory,  I tried h i.i inv
conking range aud it burn d
has hardly any smoke   or
with verv ItiUe stn k • and
ashes; nnd retains its heat
reta.ned theli.ai for n b.nu
time.   After leaving lint  .,
longer than any other soft
small amount "f lilt-  :'i  lb*-
coal  on  the market,    We
urate all nighi  1 ms surprised toflnu » fair tl.u the
havo  testetl it in   almost
next morning.   1 hih nf Ibe
every    possible   way   and
opinion this conl »■> .1 d g.w
draw your attention to the
good    8Utisf.nli.il   ill   K   'flf
results obtained by Mr, J.
neding b. alee »s It bums
uitli  p.a.ticully no smoke
11. Lynns, 0,P.H. engineer.
or .wit.
The price of this 'eniaik-
You.s truly,
ilbleeo.il is $3 Pig TON.
(Sgd) j. II. Lyons.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES
L 1 M ITED
Molson's Bank Building;
i
deXlers I N
Gent's Furnishings
Boots andJShoes, Etc.
AGENT  FOR
Fit-Reform Wardrobe
k first a Op. Union wA
Imperial Bankof Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Branches (.. Ilia Pro.lnces ol Uaaitoba. Alberta,Baaltalchawau,
Brltlab Colombia, Oatarlo, QsiMS,
Capital Authorised        •       -       -       110,000,000.00
Oapltal Paid Up ....   »«,83o,ooo.oo
Reserve Fund ....       •4,880,000.00
I), ll. WlLKIB, President 1 HON, R. Jafkhay, Vice-President.
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Drafts sold available In all parts of Canada, United States and
Europe,   Bpeelal attention given to Collections.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on depoHits from date of de|ioiil and cvdited
quarterly,
Revelstoke Branch, B. C.-A. E. Phipps, Manager. VI.'V ill.'UU'l...VH.lv.
1'li.l.l-lir.l. WEDNESDAY AND SATUR
DAY AT
ItEVELSTOKE.B.C.I
MURPHY & FISHER
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc
0 T T A W A
Parliamentary,   Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mdbphy.
H.UUIl.ll I'lSIIKK
G
, 1I.1.AN ,k ELLIOTT.
Ban tators,! Solicitor. Etc.
REVBLKTOKK *ND Tlinl I LAKE, II. U.
(". K. OlLUS. J. ('■ Kl,l ion
H
ARVEY. McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
BABR1STOIS, MiLU'lTulls, BTO,
Ofmcxs: Iii'RRUL Bank Block, Bbvki.
'sroaa, li. o,
Mfii.'-j ■;.,,-.
Ofl. - ■ Leu-Moke, Rl'.; Cranbrook, ll. U.
lit...... McCiKTBB,
A. M. r.S'KUAM. J. A. Habvby,
Revelntoko, 11. (.'.      Cr.iiii.rook, 11, C.
s
J. M -   ■: I.I..I. \V. I. Bring!,
ICOTT   AND   BRIGGS
Babbibtkbb, Solicitors, Etc.
Money to Loan
solicitors por Molsons Hank
First Street. Revelstoke, B.C
J
AS. A. McFARLANE
ASSAVBR & CHEMIST
Assay ol allure*. Samplsi bymallor express
receive promi.tatteD.loii,
Termi Moderate.
AbDBBS!      ■      .     ■     Box ill Ka,].i.. Jl. C.
pOBERT SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mine Suiveying
Engi ring
McKenzie Avenoe,
Box 11)6, Revelstoke,
c
(OI.IN CAMPBELL,
PHOVIXCIAl ASSAVBR iS ClIRMIST,
. BTAHY PUBLIC, 1-T..
PhoncJ     SEW DENVER, B.O     I'.O.Boxl
Anti-Tub rculosis Society is one of
the many torn...! throughout the
province, and it is tu he toped that
nil citizens will respond to nny call
fur help that may come, Funds ure
needed and money spent in lhc caii-e
of this work will be rigb'.ly spent and
the lives of many ol our fellow coun
trymen saved.
E
DWARD A. HAGGEN
MINING ENGINEER
(Member American Institute of
Mining Engineers).
Member Canadian Mining Institute)
Kkvei.stukk, B. C.
Mine Management, Examinations
and Reports.
Reports compiled, Plans and Hlue
Prints of Land, Timber Limits, Mines,
Mill* and Buildings prepared In shape
for submission to prospective iuvestors
or purchasers,
MISS M. E. OREIGHTON
TEACHER UK PIAXO, VOCAL
HARMONY COUNTERPOINT, btc.
Pupils prepared tor Conservatory
and University Examinations,'
STCDIO-At  Mrs. J. C.   Hutchison's Con-
naught Avenue
Zbc (MUtctsXb
" 1 would . . , earnestly advise then, for
their good to order thi..paper to be punctually
served up, and to be looked upon a.-, a partol
thc teaequipage.'-AuDlsoN.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1907
SAVE HUMAN LIFE
One of the foremost movements now
attracting almost the undivided attention ol the Province of British
Columbia and in fact Canada as a
whole is that uf the prevention of the
spread ol tuberculosis or consumption!
There is no more deadly or inviduous
enemy than thia white death, and
thouaands have perished from its
relentless grip, almost without any
detinite steps being taken to cope with
the disease. Hereditary, though consumption may be, it is nevertheless
ipread by other cauies, and it should
be the aim of li. C, to take active
steps to prevent those who are sutler-
ir.g Irom consumption or other pulmonary diseases, from having dole
intercour-e with the outside world.
Every cough, every atom of sputum
that is exud.il from a consumptive
scatters it,-, death-dealing microbe!
Iar and wide, and people thus aillicted
and wh-. thoughtlessly and carelessly
scatter   sputum    around   in    public
placu, endanger tbe health ami poisi-
bly lives of huudredi ol perioni in
that ooran inity. The very touch ol
the clothei I i tuber, nl usii pen d
u.ny be laiai and ve ibould look lo it
that men pen ni ih mid be p il iwsy
In a place ol salety where contact with
the world i» impossible. Every care
ihould be exercised it. all public
placet- ainl a rigid war  be carried   mi
agaimt expectoration which,besides be-
ing b disgusting habit, uiuy lead to fatal
results. Thus, then, tl.e vlgoioui
campaign against the spread ol the
diseaiv should be carried un. While
we are inviting ami attracting settler
to our country we are doing little lu
destroy one ol the chiel forms of
peril that is ever present among us.
To etl'tctually cope with the disease
absolute isolation is Decenary and to
do this both ibe co-operation ol the
people an.l their liberal giving must
lie asked. It is sutislactory to see
that B. C, l.as riten to the occasion
and bus generously come forward lo
aid in this great work. Dr, Fagan,
provincial health ollicer, l.as already
patient, in the Kami..ops sanitarium,
but what is needed most is the complete cu-operation ol all thc smaller
citiel und towns ol the province and
each  local  society  shuuld  put   its
PUBLIO SERVICE,
It is but a comparatively Bhort
while now until wu will be once more
in the throes ol civic elections, and all
those who ure contemplating offering
themselves as representives ol the
different sections of the community,
in the legislative counoil nf the oity,
should weigh carefully the advantages
or otherwise that aro to l.o accrued
frum the tc. lire nf n civic olliee. A
publio spirited man must exercise sell'
denial when he lakes tin... Irom his
private business or ooncern tu devute
hlmaelf to publio affairs, Must men
spend the day in oflloos or at other
places of business. Amidst tl.e strain
and worry that a business lite involve
the <■telling is the only time they have
fur rest find Social enjoyment. As
things nre now conducted u schoo
trustee, an alderman, u mayor or even
a member ol nny local board of direc
tors, bin...I ol trade or any ulher publio
body, must, it he does his duty, sacrifice many of his evenings uud devote
much ot his time to public service,
For Ibis he gets little or no compensation in money and i> more often the
subject ol considerable criticism,
B>>...eti...es unjust and always annoy
ing from those who will not bestir
themselves to devote even an hour of
their time to public mutters, but whu
sit buck .....I heap all ui inner of abuse
on the heads ol those who come for
wind to help in the carrying on of
civic business. And yet these cilices
re very imporlant and il ihey ure not
tilled by men ol ability .mil public
pirit will be occupied by those who
seek tin in from vanity or self interest.
The city Bhould l.e governed and the
schools managed hy her very best men
and we sny this without in anyway
decrying against those whu are nuw
occupying those positions; in fact we
are glntl to see that much lniB been
done in the past twelve months and
even if they have been criticized they
have probably done tbeir best lor the
interests of the city antl have given
their time and wurk tu the upbuilding
uf Kevelstoke. To err is human, und
out of the grentest mistakes have
sprung some of thc most important
and momentous conditions, of things,
which have turned out a benelit to
the nation,
"There's u world in which we dwell,
And yet a world invisildt!
And do we think tbat..might can be,
Save only what with eyes we see,
Tell us tlnit this '-ery i.our,
Hnd but our sh.-ht n s,.hit's power.
We would he looking eye to ey-',
At a terrific company."
Hallowe'en, that festival mysteriou
ind uncanny has mice more come
round nnd all yesterday the portent of
ihe moment was brooding over the
city, as it portending some visit Iron.
tbo denizes ol the nether world. Ab
ll.e shades, f night settled duwn over
lhe city the spirits (mostly youthful
and far (ron. being intangible) issued
Iron, every corner and met in rendez
vous, l-euriiig tbe emblems so dour to
Hallowe'en, For ImiirB the spirits
plu.od their pranks, quietly yet skilfully lining their wurk, visiting the
homos of mortals, who all unsuspecting of their nocturnal visitors regaled
themselves uu Thanksgiving (nre, the
spirits meana bile doing iheir best lu
inm nil the in .veable property on the
premises upside down. Salvos ol Chin
eso crackers... e at intervals let loose,
while with aoCHeli.li.il unearthly cries
tho spirits, when -fHslu.bed by wrath
fill mortals or guardians ol the law
hurried and scurried out of Bight to
lurk iu the gloom and shadow, until
the puny mortal bud returned tu his
festive board.
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
In spile ..(the holiday intervening.
voles have been Cuming in in lurge
quantities. Y, M. C. A. nnd Knox
church hnve each increased by 1.1,000
since lust Wednesday. The following
is the result up till lute lust night:
Fire Hull Nu. 2 101302
V. M.C. A  70711
Knox Chinch  60274
Si, Filler's Church    7*!8S
Ciitholio Church    3011)
Methodist Church    29UI
Public S.'hnnl.    2878
IC. ol I*    1021
.Mas...lie Lodge       880
Locomotive Engineers ....    620
F. 0. E      620
Hospital       534
1.0. F      530
1 0. U. F      430
Machinists     340
ilrukemen      250
Firemen C. P. It      160
Sp. iled votes—76,
Local Revelatoke
Socialist Party of Canada
Meets l-'iittt 1....I Tl.iril Wednesday in llie month
in Selkirk Hull, upstair*., at s p.i... Subject for
.lu.CUB.lon •"Ar.iiiii|{lilent of Cill.itillif.iu." All
Intereated are welcome.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp. No. 229.
Mcetr Sec.mil iuul Fourth Wednesday.. In
each .innii li, iu Selkirk Hall, Visiting Wuod-
inon cordially invited lo attend.
W. Ii. ARMSTRONG, Con. Com.
.1. MolNTYRK, Clerk.
COMMENT ON
WESTERN BUSINESS.
It appears that there wns considerable unrest among some eastern business men regarding the situation in
Central and Western Canada previous
to this month. They could hardly be
blamed when such "wild" rumors
were heing circulated regarding crop
shortage, crop ruin, crop everything
except good. Nuw, however, the
clouds are Inst scattering, .....I the
threshing operations in one of the
finest Octobers ever seen reveal the
lact tbat thiB part of Canada has a
good average crop, worth considerably
more money than in any previous
year. Commenting un matters here.
Mr. Boyle, western representative ol
The Toronto Globe, writes recently tn
his paper as follows: "It is safe to
say that the mercantile element,
most important factor in the business
lile ul the west, has been attending
strictly tu ils knitting during the past
six monthi, and lias been able to withstand the threatened stringency. The
result is that a general effort is heing
made to meel obligations us these lall
due. 0.. the whole there appears to
be a feeling 11 lat.afaotinn, and it is
generally supposed that tin
more p.isimiiti in Winnipeg than
there in pi | rl .atcly In other,
trad ntroi thr ..ghoul the veil
Ai The  Commercial   hai  already
-aid In..I ipecu .'. m  li.-   I..- ii  i in
tailed by the nn ney itringi )      tl -
pasl -.-I- nd Ihal . ill  li ave im re
lundl ... thf f-.r.ner-' ll .Illll tn circulate in il..- general bus! ies: I tbe
country. 'I ha payment ..I old debts
and tl.o volume nl cash busmen this
coining winter should be on even a
larger scale than in the season ol I'.HII!-
07,   Lust ).....', although  the oropi
were lho largest in the history ol tl.e
country, it cannot be denied that al-
together l.i.i much of the return, went
into ...ul estate and ..ther speculations —Commercial,
REVELSTOKE AERIE No. 482
F, 0. E.
Th.. regular masting! urn held lu llm Selkirk
Hull every Tuesday averilnfC at s o'clocc,  Vi,*tt-
illff lirelhri'ti urn cordially invite.1
-     , 1IKOW"-  "
ti. A. BROWN, President,
W. K. M.T.ACCHLIN.Si;i-..Kr,HY.
Kootnn.v Lodge No. .', A F 4 A.M.
Tho rogular meeting- are held in lhe
Miwontc     Temple,
i.'il Fellows Hall.OD
Lhe third Mondayin
■ ch month at i
p.m. Visiting broth
ren cordially wel
conic
u. .*. PHUCl NIKli. Secretary.
SELKIRK LODGF  NO   12, I. 0. 0. F.
Meet* ever] I
^ evening   in    Selkirk-
HV1    at   8   o'clock
'.'-■   a I rethren dot
Hall]   ,;.v -,-.-.   tO   V
tend
K, THIMBLE, N.Q. J. MATHIE Sw
Cold Range Lodge. K. of  P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, 3. C.
CANADA'S NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
WILL MAKE ITS FIRST APPEARANCE
Saturday, Oct. 26th
SIXTEEN PAGES OE INTERESTING READING
THE WOMEN
Will Hud many Interest-
lug articles on tho Fashions
rooking Recipes, liuuse-
buhl Minis, elc , ns woll ns
ll.e IiUobI feminine news
.....I a Serial Story of great
human inl...esl.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE
will nlso llu.l llllleil tu
inlerest Ihem in "TlIK
WlSHTISI.N ilOMRSTKAII."
THE MEN
Will get all lhe latest
Financial, Spotting nml
General News of the day
from 11." world over.
Interesting articled ....
current l..pics un.l ninny
other special features,
Published ever ill lir-
d.iy n.uruing' i .. mi
Saturday, Oel
 -,,.., KJ
FIVE CENTS A COPY. - ONE DOLLAR A YEAR
p Offlce:   Dominion Building, Calgary, Alta. I
A HAPPY OLD AGE
depends greatly upon ll.e retention
nf the sense of sight. Oilier lurid-
lies may Ins.. Mei. vi.-or Irom lhe
lapse ol' ye,-tis, ll.ll il ll.e eyes c...
see, old ng. is i,ut ..II u ngn-l. Foi'
Ibis lens, n ll.e j ....I I. Inl nnd middle
ng..1 fh.fiilil use 'every endeavor In
preserve I be eyes. Many I. se llieni
through the use ..f Improper glasses.
If you have rye I rouble en..8..It liasl-
ings, Dnyleft All  l.l.l.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON, - FIRSTSTREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons Etc., John
Deere Ploughs, Moliue Wagons, Canada Carriage Company's
Buggies, Planet Jr., Garden Seeders aud Cultivators, Wheelwright aud Blacksmith Work attended to. Horse Shooing a
¥ Specialty.
LIBRARY VOTING CONTEST
100 VOLUMES AND CASE
BELOW will be liiund the names of aume of the progressive linns in
Revelstuke who make this nu st popular and liberal offer: This elegant
library and handsome case will be given by vote to the Lodge, Society,
Church or School in RevelBtnke securing the largest number of votes in
the following ma..ner: The business men listed below will give with
EACH TEN OENT PURCHASE one vote. The contest begins Sept.
Uth and ends Feb. Dili-, llluS. A ballot box has been placed in the Canada
Drug & Book Store where the votes nre to be deposited. At the close ol
the cutest tbe church, school, society or lodge having the largest number nl vote-, will be awarded the library, Current accounts when promptly paid will be entitled to votes. Remember, votes can only he secured by
trading with the merchants listed below. Each week the Mail-Herald
will announce Ihe standing of the contestant.
Tbe library and case are now on exhibition in the show window ol
C. It Hume A Cn.
iimumi iihi
('. B. HUME A CU,
Mr fi lies,    Drygoods,    Crockery
Mei i Furnishings, Hoots and Si .ties
House Furnishings.
*
■
Kui.f
T W. BRAD8BAW
(1  H   BRO K   H     '
H   l, BROWN   u    * r
H. W, EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
I...... il suil,, A
■
.IfllllM     ||
.'    II    If-  I
■    ,M
E. A. SPRING
HARNESS   AN0   BOOT   MANUFACTURER
Place your orders fo. ;
II nn-.* . Hand mnke It
.llnl Fn.  i   I.- i'I,m  I, ,0.1s
MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY ATTEN0ED TO
FIRST STREET
CANADi IN DRUG A  BOOK
. OMPANY, LTD.
li*.- ■'■■ COMPANY
Meats, EtO,
Tilt       -Wn.
nfeotioi ery los I rei    Elc
M. I'll All, ,v HORNELI.
BOURNE BROS,
Co .pons given on Hardware only
II. McKlNNON
Cigars, Tobacco, etc.
II.ASTINdS, DOYLE A ALLUM
Jewelers.
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO, Ltd
Printers and Publishers.
D. GALLICANO
Baker,
Confectioner
Grocer
Restaurant and Furnished I-' oms
Meals from Hie. Up,
Second Street, ■ East End
Central Hotel
/r«^ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROB,,   PROPHIKTOR9.
\ ,v.       Ii,    First-class in every reaped,   All modern conveniences
Large Sample Roomn,
Hales $150 per Da/, Spoci I Weukly Raloi,
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under Bame management
NO ONE HESITATES
OVER OUR CANDY
Everybody that km.ws .....'
Cl
life.'l.i.ms   u.l.   nil   is   fiu'iiri'   uf
ll
•ir purity,   their  freshness.
II
■ir line II...v..r.     If vuu don'l
ll
o.vti, "gel lU'ipi.iinle.l."    '.'ou
II
■iiii..ly    gel   your   inoncy'fl
ft'
.eil. i.. ibis candy shnpwhoth
I'l
yuu buy nn nun''.', 11 poiinil ur
,1
>'-lb, box,
,'i (Hy Piu
ORIENTAL HOTEL^-
luitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords, Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Ratss |.i a day.   Monthly rate,
J.   ,A.LBEli'.T     STOTST |ij     PROP.
Queens Hotel
COMAPLIX
Iiest brands oi Wines, Liquorsand Cigars,   Travellers to
Fish. Creek will limi excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF  YOUNG,
Proprietor
First-Class Clover and Tim-
o.hy Hay for sale. Also al
kind:- of Garden Produce!
WAH CHUNG
telephone 211.
Front Street,    Revelstoke
THE MONEY SAVING
WORK-SAVING SOAP
That's Royal Crown kind-
made in Vancouver—Largest
Soap Factory west ol Winnipeg. House cleaning and
washing are easy with its help.
And the money saving is the
Premium System
Bouklet tells what we give foi
Royal Crown Wrappers. Send
for it—Free—Also try the
Soap.
Royal Soap Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Ditibno; DnibKOii onitncii
The best Brick in Ibe Pri.vii.ee.
Well burnt Brick it. bug., or
s.n.i'1 .pifiiiiitios :.l [..".if*..liable
Prices.
ENDERBY BRI'K ft. 1ILE CO.
ENDEPB , B   C.
fruit I*
I havo tunny enquiries for
Fruit Lnnds frum Winnipeg,
Toronto,..nil Vut.ro.iver. Persons .1.siring '" d'sp-re id
their holdings, large tn sm..ll,
will do well io lia tbt... v.iib
i.e. Cornspondenoesolicited.
Jas. I.
NOTICE
To Whom it Mav I'oxckiik :
Tnke noiice tl. .1 I. iho uiu'ersigued
from this dull., pii.«ilively dec .nc my,
self not respon-iblo fur nny hills contracted by my wife, Mr. 'uiiii Carlaw.
Dnted at Revel-duke, B.C., Oct. 16th,
1907.
wed lm Joi.x Caki.AW,
YOU MOST ACT
=AT 0NCE=
In order lo secure one uf our
ORCHARD and GARDEN
HOMES at FRUITVALE.B.C.
In theceuiisof the Southernmost and Warmest valley in
B.C., West Koiitt'i.ay, for
$10 down  nnd $10 per
month fur 10 acres.
WE   GUARANTEE
To pay all your expeiiHM and refuml
YOUR MONEY
If nur hind nnd whole proposition
is not exactly as we represent it.
You can make from $400 to $701)
per acre annually growing fruits
and market gardening. Every tract
is either level or gently slopin...
The suil is loam with clay subsoil,
Free from ruck. Ample rainfall.
Fine healthy climate. Cool in summer. Zen. weather in winter practically unknown. Nu early or late
frust danger. Plenty of tl.nl.er on
each tract for buildings, fences and
fuel, Each tract fronts on a road,
and every tract within half-mile nf
main line of R.R. Title is perfect.
We own one-Hfth nf the good land
in the whole Kootenay and make
these terms so that yuu will be able
to use your surplus funds Improving
your land, We refer to three of tho
strongest Banks in Canada, Write
quick fui; maps, etc., and testimonials of settlers nt Frultvale.
KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION
Nelson, B. C.
BULBS
From France, Holland and
Japan
SEEDS! TREES!
PLANTS!
FOR FALL PLANTING
reliable varieties at reasuunhle prices.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Spraying Material, Cut Flowers, otc,
Oldest established nursery un the
mainland nf B.C.   Cnlnlugue Ire..,
M. J. HENRY'S
NURSERIES
ORIENHSUSIR AND SEEOHOUSES VANCOUVEB.S.O.
1*1 A 11 IT MA.RRV,   DOCTOR   ...
I M I ilospalr.    " Don't do a
llllll I Ih.nB "Iill).... sfffleui-ly
li U 11 I u-liiil" tout, l.y nlii ol
'flashlights on Human Nature"
nn lii'i.ll li, ill*i'fi*f, Iim I-, ...an I.IK.......1 iinrrnlflge
'lolls wliu. tini'i! usl. a doctor, DUt iliin'l lilif lu
■-'.n.i-tK.-. Hum riiti'il, i*. .f.fiii*; I........ ni. mli.Miii wt. h.tn.l ..ni. mily In any fa. I aa ll, itn put-lutfo,
III units,
M   HILL, PUB. 00.
120 Eaat 78th Strool, NSW YORK.
MEALS AT ALL
HOURS
White Help Only
Employed
).
f.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Miimiftictured fur nil classes of Imililings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SA1E
All kind*, nf bill Id lug and )>lnstorliif-
tindortukcii.
FINE CLAY AND FINE BRICKS
fnr snli) in lar-jo or small quantities
at Die low-as! jiricos for cusli.
All kinds of bnildiiiK nud ldnsturing
undertaken.
A. PRADOUNI, • REVELSTOKE
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
Draying
Storaf e
All Kinds of Light and H iavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIANOS, ETC
Dea     in Wood, Coal and Feed,
Phone 71.
House  I'hone
NOTICE
Kovelstoko Lend District,
Dlntrlct of West Kooleuay,
Take notice that Dowmau Lumber Company,
Ltd., of Kevelutoko, B. (!., occupation Lumber
Manufacturcifi, Inlends toapply fora Bpecial
limber licenco over the following described
lands;
CummcncliiK ata post planted on the south
Hide of northeast arm Upper Arrow Ijakeand
niarked "llowmau Lumber Company'.*. N. K,
corner pout," thence cast tu chni us, thence south
hii chains, thenco west 80 chains, thence north
80 chain* to point of commencement, and con
laininK IHU acres, more or less-
Dated July SL 1917.
BOWMAN LUMBKH COMPANY, Ltd.
Wag7    Hy their Agent. John Q. McCarthy,
NOTICE.
Itevelstfike Lund DlHlrlcl.
Dlntrlct olWchtKootenav.
Take milieu that Doimld Dewar, of Arroiv*
head,ILC,, occupation Timber Cruiser, inlendi
to Apply fur a special timber licence over the
follou Ing ill-serf bed land:
Commencing at apost planted at thc south*
west corner of Timber Limit No, 11)71, end
marked "Donald bewar.s nnrih-east corner
post," thenee soutli lfin ehains, thence west 41)
clialus, theuce north 1CU chain , Lhcuce east 40
chains to point of commencement.
Baled October 3nd,19u7,
wod oct B DONALD DEWAR. ■
NOTICE
Kcvcltitoko Laud Distriet.
District of Went Kootenay.
Tuko notice tlmt' wb. Lamb-Watson Lumber
Co., Lid, of Anowhciul, occupation Millowu-
ers, intend tu apply for permission lo purchase
llm following described laud:
Commencing at a post planted at the S, K.
cornerof ltalph Simpson's application, (lalenn
L'ny, thencu north 8i> chains, thonco east lit
uhaius, thonco north 2(1 chains, thonce east 20
chains, theueu south UO chains moru or loss to
Qaleua Bay, llienco suuth westerly along north
shore of Galena Bay to pointof common coiuonl,
Dated 83rd July.llluT.
Lamu*Watsok Li'MiiKitCo., Ltd.,
wed aug 7 0. B. N. Wilkie, Agent.
NOTICE
NOTICE
ItevelHoke Limi Dlsl.rirl,
Dislricl of W(wt Kuolmiuy.
Take mil len that Jaint'K I'. Kennedy, of IIlo*
illlowaoti H. (', Minor, intends tu upply fora
peeliil Miiiltcr In i'n-r over tho following tie-
■vi |bed lands:
Cominonoing at n pint planted on thu north
bnnk of the nurth cant fork of Downie Creek,
about■!)( miles nlmvo Ihe Forks and marked
'Jatnei i'- Kennedy's H W, corner," thonee 40
■halns norlh, Ihence inst UK) chains, thenoe
nuiili III i'linins. thenco west 100 chuiiii to
liotni of cummr11e...'menf, conlaining OKI acres
uore or 1cm,
Dated Boptouiber Nth, hot.
OctflMt .IAMKHI'. KKNNKUV
NOTICE
Au, new... or peraoiia loundctHllMOroS'.
rtiim awav timlior olf ISO(Jomsplll lownallo,
V.I.I.I..I. MrmiallOO (rom Uie owner Hon.
Hill in iioahMk, or hla aaent Chlel Young,
it.ll bo i.ri.ai.u.iH'1 atc.ir.ilng lo law.
Ua.e.1 Ihla 101b day ol Au(Ui|, 1907
watfaujHM HEWITT BOSIUUK,
i.l the matter nl' an application Iur tl.e
issue of a duplicate of the cert ideate
of title fur Lut 12, Itlock 18, in tl.e
town nf Revelstoke.
NOTICE is herehy given that it is
my intention tu issue at the expiration
uf one intuit 1, from lhe llrsl publication
hereof, a duplicate nf the certificate nf
title for the almve lot in thu name uf
So.en llullegnii..I, which cortiflcate is
dated the llth dav of January IIHII,
and numbered -llll'mk. and 4UHU.
ImiA Registry Olllc/, Nelson, 11, 0,,
Uth September. 1007,
ll. v. MacLeod,
District Registrar,
LAND NOriCK,
Cariboo Laml Dislricl.
Dislricl ul'Cariboo.
Take notice thai Harry Sawyer ol* Key-
elsloke, ILL',, ntillman, lt.lon.fi iu apple
for pormission to purchase lho lollowfiig
described lands.
Commencing at a post planled uboui
one mile above Hlue River, and marked
"II, Sawyer's N. W. corner," llienee easl
Ko nliniil*,, ll.et.ee soulh 8o chains, Ihence
wesl Kn elinins, Ihenc. norlli 8o elinins to
point oi comniencemont, conlaining 64a
acres more or less.
Dnled July ,|o.li, 1907.
II. SAWYER,
we.l ng 11 Donald Mcintosh, Agent
NOTICE.
I>,eli.uke Laml IHalrl.il
IllHtrliil ol Wesl Knocnay.      	
Tako notice iliai trie strand, ol I'oplar
Crook, II t) , .)i'.f.i|..illlii. Minor, Illinois to
apply lor a "Mcljd timber IIcoiimi over tlio following, il(.«crlb,.il Iiui.Ik:
Commencing at a poal planleil on the weal
Hide ul I'oplar Creek, almutOotl leet Irom Ihe
Creok, ami about seven mlloilrom tbo town ol
1'iiiiliir, thenco aoutb Wi chains, Ihenco weit 10
Ohalni, Ihonoe nnrth St, chalna, tbonco eaal 80
chalna to point ol oon.n.bticomi.|it, an.1 containing Mil acrca mote or leaa.
Ili.l.fil October luth, IM.
oc.lUial KltlC 8TIUND.
NOTICE
ItevelHtokc Laud Diatrict,
PMrli't n! Went Kootenny.
'lake notice that Henry Magniiion uf
I'oplar Creek, occupation Miner, intend*
to apply for a Kneeial Umber licenae over Ihe
following descrlbed landi:
.'imiiiii'nciiii* "ia poat planted on tho cant
side ul I'oplar Creek, about 20 feet from the
Creek, and about six miles (rom the town ul
i'oplar, Ihence east on chaini, thence soutli ho
chains, thonce west 80 chains Ihence north ho
ehains to Hut of commencement, aud con*
talning6Wacren, moroor leu,
Dated Octuber 1' th, HW7.
HENRY MAUNUHON,
oct 19 ut Por Eric strand, Agont, '**&&&-; toaeGuii: -*■•■«■
s~^~-\
d '
Koote
iii.ry 8SO"
pan is exception
ally large. Holds RET^^
two-days' cc- | j
^cumulation.   he-
moved easily, like a dresser
drawer.   Flanges attached to
fire-pot guide all ashes into pan.^
^a^pps^.iJ   Free booklet onW
iNDON. TORONTO, MONTREAL, Wli.f. PfcO, VAI.
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
>,-■ "i >r«-   •ffv    r'.l
LONDON. TORONTO, MONTREAL, Wli.f. PfcO, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILT0W
GOOD  BUYS
Two-Storey Dwelling, Lots 37J x 100, un Mack. ../.ie Avenue,
plastered—Cash$050, terms on balance.    PRICE  $2,450
Two-Storey   Dwelling,   plostoied  and stulic hasenient,  Luts
7.") x 100 on' Second Str. et.     Cash $1)91 and terms nn balance.
PRICE-$2,950
One-Storey Dwelling, Lnt 60x100, near On.van Hlock
PRICE- $850
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCK NOTARIES PUBLIC LOANS
Bring Your Purse
Along With You
to our store if you want to purchase
a New Carpet, Fine Oriental ur Wilton rug. matting or linoleum aud see
how much further its contents will
take you in purchasing than it will at
any other store in the city. Our
Spring styles are ready for your
selection.
B. HOWSON & COMPANY
THE MOLSONS BANK
Incorporated by Act cf Parliament, 1855.
HEAD OFFICK, - MONTREAL.
Wm. Molhon Maophehson, Pies. S. H. Ewinu, Vice-Pres.
Jamks Elliot, General Manager,
Capital paid up, $3,000,000
Reserve, $3,000,000
Sixty-two  branches in  Ciiuiub. and Agencies in  all parts of the
world.
Interest credited four tiuu>8,i year.it current rales on Savings
II,.nk deposits, until fu.liter notice.
W. H. PRATT, Manager,
Rkvklstokb, B. 0.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from Country ot origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE   B. O.
-%%v%-vv't%-v%-v»%%%%%%%%%%-v»%%%%-v%%vt
P.  BURNS   &  COMPANY,  LIMITED. J
HKADUKKICK:   OALOARY,  Ai.iikuta.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Paokon and Uoalor 'In Uvo Stootr, Mirkat* In all tlio principal Ultlaj and
Towni of AiiMrtii, BiitUli /liiiiinbla and tlio Yukon, Pookori nf tlio Uolebmtotl Brand
j  Iiti|i.'i'*Ai.ir" Ilium Mid Hiumii, and Shiuui k llninl, Leal Lard. &
NOTICE
Nolice in liereliy Liven UlAUtl ■PPllOlUoO
will be made to the I'lirliMiii-ni uf CkiiiuIh nt
Ils next session lur an net InrorporatttiK a
company under tho nnme of "Shuswap A
Thompson Rivera Noum Coin puny," with
pOWfif t" utiacli liuiiiiiH lu t'.c shores Of the
Thompson Blvor( llie North TlH)iniiS'»n ttlver,
the Suulh Thominou Kiver. Kamloops Lake,
BhUBWap Lake and Us several arms, thu Lower
npallume1 ecu Kiver and thu navigable tributaries ul eaeh and lhe navigable water**: COP-
iii'ctliin therewith and llieir respective navlg-
able tributaries all In the I'mvlmrul Hrltluli
Columbia, and lo acquire, construct iuul maintain booms, weirs, chutes, dams, iltdeii pier-,
crili-, wharves, canals, lluinetiatidall wurks ul
uny kind whatever Hint may be ileum ml unci ill
or necessary lor transporlluK, driving lowing,
uollucUng) liHiiiniiii;, Mur.iiK, sorting and delivering iiiil|.-wi»u'l, iniles, Iol'n, timber aud
lumber uf all kinds, ninl accordingly to deepen
and widen by any means whatever auyol aaid
rivers or bodluaiii water,und romovo therefrom
nil impediments or hindrances lo navigation;
nnd for said purposes to expropriate such
lauds as ma; tie necessary, and to culled tolls
from other parties malilug use of the Company's wurks. ifiiprovcineulH or services; to
acquire, maintain and operate lands, wurks,
water powers, IranelilKes aud licenses, loads,
tramways, docks and wharves, and lur lhe
Company's purposus only to acquire and operate   ti'le'.rhplii tidepliune   mul   elcelrb' lines;
lu nei|iiir.', I'liiisiruct, navigule and charter
boats, tugs and waler craft; to acquire lhu property, rli'liK Irniiohlses, stouk, bunds and
debenturus ol any ntlior eompany, aud to suil,
lease, bold, exchange or disputed! any of lhu
Company's properly, and lur all other uenus*
saryand Incidental rights, powers and prlvi*
legi-Hj and that the Company's undertaking
may bfldui'lnred lo he fur lhu general advan-
tagesul Canada,
MuUIVIClUN, 1IAYDKN it (HUM,
Milli'li'us lur the Applicanta.
Datud al Ottawa thin 1st day ol Ouiobur, A.I).
WW, >0T »
NOTICE.
KovoilokoU.nl Dlitrlol,
Dlalrlotof U't.sl Kniiiotiiiy.
Take notice tlmi Itoborl (•'. Uudilman, ol Mt.r-
luetic, nk,U.S.A.lOoounatlon linnborman,lie
t..l..l*l,i ii|.|ilr  for s|.if..lnl limber llceiic's uver
tlio (ollowliig dMorfM lanitsi-
I, ikioiinoiKiius a. a poit planted un lliu
wist blanch ul llaly Creok, alumi thna.Iot.rlb
mllea Ir..... lurk,,  ! il mllea Irom muulli ol
llaly Creole, un.rke.1 "llolKfrt ftUoodmin'i
Kuulli-w.-Hl ...truer poil." thenoo Sl. cbalni
nurth, thencu«.. ifb.ii.ii. sail, tlicn(i«su chalna
auulh, lbence so chnlns .vest to plneo ol coin,
.nencemenl.
Ilnlcil lllli Sept, I'Jlli,
1. CumuicncliiB nl ii poit plaiitcl IU miles
upCniiy.... Creek, markeil 'Kuhcrl K. Uood.
man'i numb-west corner poll," tbeuce Mo
ehalm eaal, thenco .u chnlns north, tlionco lau
(.haina west, II.cue.. IU chalna .....111 to place ol
co.uu.onceu.oiit.
Inileil llilh Sept. 1 Ua iT.
MIIIKUT F. (ll)OIJMA.N,
nl oci S cltatloi Copp, Agent,
NOTIGE
Dissolution of Partnership.
Noticeh herehy ulvon Unit the partnership
berelolore -*,11.*i*.. i..k botwim ..a. the ..mlcr-
siik...-.I, ii* Conlootioaen, to ihcltvof itcvei-
Htokc. lilts lln* .Inv I..-.., dlnolved by ... n ,;.i
I'uiiM'iil.    All ilch.HotvlllK to lln»aiilil partner-
al.li.aro... he .,111-1 .11 Allan I., llornell, ami alt
ciiinih ..K...ii:.i tin    ui,I piirtneratilpareto Ih>
prcacnlcil lo u,,. an.il Allan I.. Ilur.ic.ll, nl...
will In liuiir.. enrry .... .be s.il.1 t...Rll.eia au.l
by it I...... Ll.o aanie tt ill he settled.
I.ii.''.i al liovelatok... II, .:., thl) llll. day ...
Iinluher, Mil.
JUHN M. I'll III,
ALLAN U. lUIKNKI.I,.      *
Wllueei.-A, M, Hukhaiu. 00. lu
Revelsloke lias Quiet Holiday.
McAuliffe Co. Play Twice.
Thanksgiving l).iy bus ...ice again
collie round mul the [estiva! in its
ever recurring cycles ...ue ...ore te-
minds us that ive n.e to return .hunks
(or mercies past received and to aek-
uuivledge that the Almighty has
showered tl.e blessings ol prosperity on
the people. Revelstoke h..B much to
be thankful for, Are we not a pros-
peruus people? Are we not blessed
wiih health and .1 cerlain amount of
the good things which make the world
bright ami desirable tu live in? Our
peuple are happy and content, nnd the
march  of progress  is ever forward,
Thanksgiving b)jy dawned cloudy
and chill, with heavy iug banks hovering luw over lhe mountaius, while
musses of clouds at intervals let go
their showers upon the ground. As
the log lifted fresh suow was seen
lying 1.11 ihu hills a reminder that
winter is near at hand. The good
peuple ul Revelstuko spent part ol the
morning in devotion in Ihe returning
ol thanks (or the ninny blessings that
thev have received during the hist 12
months. During the alternoon the
Bun shune lur quite a little while
drawing out the people from within
doors. The special ultractiun in the
afternoon was the performance of
Niol.e, 11 laughable cuinedy, played by
the MoAulllle Stuck Cu. The Opera
liuuse was well lllled,and the younger
members ul the audience were kept in
shrieks ol laughter nt the antics and
funny tiluatinns ul the comedian Jere
McAuliffe. Al W. Wiison, who is a
veiiiiiluijuist ol exceptional ability,
phased the youngsters mightily with
his talking figures, littlo Willie Green
being nlready extremely popular with
both sexes young and old. Fred Mur-
tell gave two excellent illustratid
songs which were particularly appro-
pri.ite lur the occasion. Jere McAuliffe, as iiBual, received a hearty
ovntiun in his comic parodie. ''for
every little bit ndded to what he got,
made just a little bit mure." Niube
is a well-known comedy and no better
has been seen in Revelstoke before.
Augusta Perry the charming lending
lady was particularly dainty ns Niube
the living statue, while the other
members of tlie cunipany worked well
together in the many amusing situations throughout the piece, keeping
a ripple 0! mirth running all over the
entire audience.
ln the evening a large and jovial
crowd, many uf whom Lad only just
left the festive board at Selkirk Had
where the ladies of Knux Church had
a bumper spread, tilled the Opera
House where "Dens and l'nlaces" was
billed. This exceptionally powerful
melodrama was une uf the best in the
repertoire ol the company and kept
the audience in rapt attention from
beginning to end. The piece shows
the two sides of New York lile very
vividly and brought out the excellent
histrionic ability of tbe utii.-ts The
remainder of the night passed without
any particular disturbance, except a
few of tbe youth ul the cily, who imbued with the idea that Hallowe'en
nllowB them to play mure or less
harmful pranks, visited many of lhe
residences, doing more or less damage
and otherwise enjoying themselves in
their own way.
TURKEY SUPPER
Ladies ol Knox Church Prepare
Large Feast,
Thanksgiving Day on Thursday
ought to be i|iiitc enough to make the
average mini nnd womnn sit up and
hpgiu lo remember .ill the things tbey
nive to be thankful for, OI cuiirse ive
all know that there are plenty ol
wuinen and men who" will at unco
declare that they are prrlectly sure
tbey hnve nothing to be thankful  fnr.
Fortunately, the number ol such are
lew. The sverago Revelitoke man
and woman hns been able tu put iu a
Thanksgiving Day just ns well aa nny
othen in Canada, And hrcniisc Ihey
will bu busy in reckoning the store uf
happiness which the yenr has brought
them, dues uut necessarily mean that
the year has brought them nothing
but unalloyed joy, Still lor that day
at least they were content to forget
the shadows.
Talking about Thanksgiving, nu
better demonstration ol the good
things which come to ui in lile, cuuld
have beeu seen than al the Turkey
Supper iu the Selkirk Ilnll on Thursday night, gi.cn by the Ludies' Au.\-
ilinry ul Kunx church. Owing to the
fact of the Opera House being engaged, the Selkirk Hall was called
intu requisitinn, although the capacity
ul thc building was nut nearly adequate lor the large crowds that attended the supper. The hall had heen
tastefully decorated. Ixjng tables
groaning under tho weight nl good
things were set up mil down thc hull,
while in pruniinent vantage points,
nnfly bunt lis, Inncy wurk tables and
llnwer stalls wero all doing a roaring
trade, The lish pund was but shutt
lived aud a steady stream  ol anglers
Intervals wes provided by Miss Francis
Lawson, Miss Creigbton, Miss Mc-
1< nue}', .Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Jliss
Grant, Mr. F, reman and Mr. Veith,
As regards the supper itself, rbe
latlits ul the h'nnx church surpassed
themselves in their efforts. Turkey,
lusciutis and tender, ham, tongue,
beef, dainty salads of all kinds, veget-
I aides nnd sauces, with jellies, pies,
df.itgli nuts, rich home mnde bread,
c.ikes and tints, were arranged in
tempting display, In spile ol the
iirge cruwds all arrangements went
oil' smoothly, ihe waiting and Berving
Icing all that could bc desired. A
steady stream uf supperites continued
frnm 5.30 till 8.30 and oiie and all
► poke in lund terms of praise for the
excellence of the repast, and tl.e manner of serving. Tl.e Indies have always I een tinned for their ciilinnry
ait nud no better example could have
been seen thun ut the Turkey Supper
ri.ui'j.lay night.
This hns now become an animal
nlt'iiir and Thanksgiving Day wuuld be
nothing without the turkey supper.
As regards the turkey itBelf, there was
nothing wanting, and as the poet says
To some tbe white, to some the dark
Curves F.ttc's mysterious way;s
Fnr some it qu'tc forgets to csrve
.   E'en on Thanksgiving Day.
Here's hoarty hopes you may not be
Of those forgotten quite;
But may your plate return well filled
Willi dark meat and with white.
Much credit is due to those who
tunk part in the Buppcr (we refer
piirticuliuly to tbe promoters, although credit iB due to the partaken,
(or such hearty appetites) and October
31st. will lung be remembered aBa
Bi'ccesslul Thanksgiving Day.
REVELSTOKE EARLY HISTORY
Lust Monday (June 28,1901) lhe
Columbia Kiver covered the highest
water mark at the Rovelstoke bridge
and went 5 inches beyond. This caused
the lluudiug ol several acres ol land
under cultivation, the larm of Mr. F.
Fraser on the west Bide being submerged for 5 acreB. The water is
yellow with sand brought down Irom
the mountains. At Mr. Fraser's
house the water came into the kitchen;
Mr. Fraser then empluyed jackscrews
and 'raUd the entire house 3 leet.
The Lardeau and Rcvelstuke .jvharves
were under water and tho Fish Creek
bridge wasl.ed away. Tho new Ilie
cillewaet bridge was also knooked
over. Fears werc entertained for the
safely of the C.I'.R. bridge but uo
undermining process was found tu be
going on and the bridge was pronounced out of danger.
The Rev. C. A. Proeunier, who is a
very unassuming gentleman, received
nbuut two months agu the degree uf
Ph. 11. Irum une uf the furemost universities in Illinuis.
Messrs. R. Howson, R. Tupping, Mi.
M. Brown, J. W. lloskins, J. M. Kellie ul Revelstuke, D. A. MoDougiild ol
Nakusp, and Angus McKay ol Lardeau, all of whom are political candidates, will address a meeting at Nakusp May 24, (1804).
The pig nuisance at the station resulted iu the death of Mr. Lindmurk's
turned bear on Tuesday (Sept.25,1894)
The bear, which was abuut 18 months
uld and very playful, wns kept chained
in tlie reur of Messrs. Hume and Liudmark's premises, and bad never been
knuwn to injure any animal before.
But on Tuesday two or thiee small
pigs came within his enclosure and he
naturally resented it. He caught one
ol them and hugged it to death and
then went lor another. Hc was in the
act ot serving it in a similar manner
when some men, attracted by tlie
squealing ul the porker, rushed in and
clubbed the bear tu dentil. Who owned the pigs we have not been able to
ascertain.
Tin. present drmith is the longest
we have had Inr years, and tl.e tre-
inenduiis hunt makes it all tho harder
to hear. It has been over 100 in the
shade during the week. Everything
is cuveied wilh dust. Willi the Columbia riiBhing by thu town and nil-
mer..us mountain streams pouring
duwn Irom the heights all ..round us,
it is tuo bud that elutl.es and merchandise Bhould be spoiled and Iruit,
llowers and vegetables literally snuffed
out ol existence by the all pervading
dust. The noxt Improvement wo must
endeavor to get is a water system. It
ought not tu be such a very expensive
undei taking, I shuuld think $2,000
ought to givo us a main along Front
Street, with hall a dozen hydrants,—
July 21,18114,
Ollicer Uraliam received a dispatch
Irom the Lardeau telegraph olliee un
Wednesday (Nuv. 28, 181)4) that Alox.
Sims, better knuwn ub "Scotty" Hiius,
had been drowned, and asked that
grappling hunks he senl duwn to drag
tho river for tlio budy.
Cardiff Cual—stays in all night.
Rovelstoke Cigars-Union Hade Our
Ipsolal, The Union, and Maroa Vuslta
art ahead of all others.
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
2«i CoW,,-
Notice.
A reward of $25.00 will he paid l.y
the Council for information leading to
the conviction of anyone tampering
with the City Fire Alarm boxes or
sending in 11 false alarm,
II. A. BROWN,
iet 30-.lt Mayor.
WEDDING  RINGS
—AT	
J. GUY BARBER'S
Marriage Licenses Issued
J.GUY BARBER
C.P.R. WATCH IN8PECT0R
Rilles, Shotguns. Revolvers,
Piihlng Tackle, Tents., Hunting and Outing Suits, Cannes.
Beats, Typewriters and Olliee
Disk, Field and Opera Glasses,
All at less than halt' price,
Write at once fur big list,
SPORTSMEN'S EXCHANGE
Namvigewauk, N. B., Canadu,
OPERA HOUSE -- SIX NIGHTS
Thursday and Saturday Matinee
Cummencing
MONDAY, OCTOBER   28th
Special engagement of
JERE McAULIFFE
* and his big cunipany in a
repertoire of standard plays
Wednesday Night-"SHAMU8 O'BRIEN.1
Thanksgiving Matinee, The Screaming
Comedy " NI0BE," the Prince of Liars,
Thursday Night, " BEHs AHO PALACES"
Friday Night,-" WHY WOMEN 8IH."
For Saturday Matiuee-" TENHESEE'8
PARDNER."
.Saturday Night-" PITFALLS OF  HEW
YORK."
JURE in a hundred new parodies.
AL. W. WILSON and his  "Little
Willie Green.
Fred Miivlilli in thc latest Illustrated
songs.
Prices (Evening) Mo. 800., and 7Bo.
Prices (Motlnee) 250. and 60c.
Seats ou Sale at Canada Drug and
Bnnk Company.
ONE NICHT ONLY
Monday, h 11
Under tlie Direction uf
Harold Nelson
AND
Clifford Lane Bruce
THE
EGYPTIAN
POMPEII
A d.'.iiniilizntiutiol* BuliverLylton's
I'.iiiinus nnvfl—
"THE LAST DAYS OP POMPEII"
WITH
HELENE SCOTT
AND
JOSEPH DeSTEFANI
Supported by a special company
SPEOIAL SCENERY
AND COSTUMES
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Oash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Arm,declare tbat my wile bus hit n.y
bed and huard ul her own free will and
without cause and tli.it 1 will not be
responsible fur any debts that she cr
my children m«y initir frum this date.
Oot. 2nd 1907.
Ai.kxaxiikh Mikhail.
NOTIGE
To Whon it May Concebn;
Take nnl ice thnt I, tl.e undersigned,
Irom this dnte, positively declare myself not responsible fur nny bills cnn-
tracted l.y my sun, Frank McMahon.
Dated at Revelstoke, li. C, Oct. l'Jth.
Mhs. J. M0G11.M8.
FOR SALE
NEW MODERN HOl'SE - Eight
rooms, furnace, two lots (one comer).
Convenient to business port nl city.
A desirable home lur anyone. Price
moderate on easy terms.
Apply:—Mail HkiiALD.
SHANGHAI RESTAURANT
so mow A-JIM SAM, Props.
Open Day and
Night
Special attentiun given tu
Supper Parties A banquets
Meals, 25o.      Meal Tickets, 18.50
UKT   THK IIAIIIT
OPPOSITE Y. M, 0.  A.
ii
Beware of yellow citi'nlnis which
claim others have the lethbridge
coal 1 They lie I You can get Lethbridge coal from one source only, and
that is from its agency.
Plnce your orders with me and get
the real goods at $8.50 pe. ton fur fuur
tun orders, weigh where you please.
J. C. HUTCHISON,
AGENT.
James Evans
MEAT MARKET
Dealers in Beef, Pork, Mutton,
Poultry, Fish and Game in
Season, Orders promptly attended to,
FirstSt. Revelstoke
WANTED
AN uld established firm doing business in the principal countries of
the world desires a Indv of good ad
dress to lepresent their interests in
this district. Security required. Apply P. O. Box 014, nr this utlice.
CHAME MAID-Wanls position
in hotel.    Apply A. R„ 0. P. It.
Hotel, Sitiliiioiis, ii. C.
EDUCATED WOMAN wanted with
small capital f..r business investment, Gooti opportunity fnr right
pnrly. Apply P. O. Box 014 or tn
Mail-Hkhald.
FOR   SALE-Two   bedroom   sets,
Apply D. M. Taylor, First Street
East,
FOR SALE-Pure hied Rough
coated Scutch Collie Pops, pedigreed, l.oih patents prize winners,
sable and white, beaut ifullv inarked,
Apply CRITERION HOTEL, Cain-
liotlle, B.C.
1,-lOR SALE Several teams of good
£ logging In iv.es. suitable for any
kind of teaming, Apply tn RICHARD
Davis, Revejstuke sawmill Co., Ltd.
LOST, STOLEN or STRAYED-
Fun. sm ill pigs, two sheep and one
red and white calf, frum the C. P. R.
coirnl on Sunday night. Any per
sun appropriating the same will be
prosecuted.—J. EVANS.
NURSING in private hun.es wanted
hy a wuin.u. nf expel ienee, good
references,  Address Mrs. ,\l. Overton,
ltevelstuk... net lid
mi) RENT - Furnished or unfur-
JL lllshed house, nenl the Eastern
Semaphore, ..11 C. P. lt, Apply tn J.
Haiti., at the above residence,
WANTF.D   At oii.e-- Waiter   ...
Wail ress. Wages $80.00. Apply
ll. Mcintosh, Halcyon, B. c.
w
ANTED-A Dish Washer,   Ap
ply 10 Climax Hotel.
WANTKD- .Mat. will, experience to
trim and grade lumber, alsu several
experienced mlllmen, for Revelstoke
mill,—Bowman Lumber Company,
Limited. sep 'Hi iw
WANTKD KNOWN- Money to loan
'' in sums ofJIWOan d upwards on
unproved security,—Apply to E. A.
ll.iggeii, Real Esittle Agont, Revelstoke, B. O. 2t
WANTED-For clients, Houses of
Iiniii twu lu six roouni alsu
i'linins.—Apply to E, A. Haggen, McKenzie Avenue, Hevelsluke. t.2 2l
WANTHD-Third nr Fourth Class
Engineer,   Apply   ui   John
KiiltNAiiiiAN, Salmon Ann, Ii. C.
WANTKD - Dining   Room  Gill.
Wages Hi) per month.   Apply
Hotel (lllind, Nakusp, B. C. Sep 7 Im
WANTED—Live wide awake boyi
In every cily, town and village
in sell Western Canada's new weekly
newspaper, " The Western Homestead," Hustlers can make big money.
Nn capital required. Wi ite for terms
Immediately. Thu Western llumestead
Calgary, Alia.
WANTED-I'rulllal.le   proposition
open for reliable man acquainted .........g fruit   growers and with
ability as salesman. Full nt part time.
Slate age, experience and references,
BROWN BROS. CO.,   NURSBRYMKN,
Ltd., Brown's Niu'sei ies, Ont.
it ,,'ei ..,..■ 1 ,,.,,, uwn,
...sir., t ul West Kut,tei.aj'.
Tule uot.ee that Elijah Mr!.at.:, of Rirel*
Btulte, HI',, ' cctiuati.ju Muter, intends to
fi.'f'ly f"r .'Mffa! Umber license, over ibe, fel*
luw.us described laods:
1. Commencing at a pout planled two milea
east ol ll.e I'oiumbia river, near tiie aoutb-easl
i-rimcr of Timber Limit 9619, and marked 'E.
..Itflk-aii* north-wesl corner," lbence easl lull
chain*, thence soulb i-. chains, thenco „.--: Wt
chain*. Ihence nor. h Vt chain* to point ol com-
ininctiiient. and coma.>..<>,- Sin acres more or
less.
Dal«d utli September, 19c;.
•2. Conuncucina al a post plauted on the
north bank ot l.ifc-h.oulh .'reek about .mile
above the south tork. and uiarked "K. Mc
Lean's suulli-weot corner,' Ihetne north 10
chains, Uience eaat lit-) chains, thenca -ou h Id
chains, thence we-t ltJu to point oi commence-
metil, and coouiuiiiK 'H'> acres ...ore or less.
Hated llth September, IM.
3. I'oliilnencinK at a post plnuled on lhe
south bank of Blgmontb Creek aboul 31 milea
above the somh lork and marked "K. McBean'i
north-salt corner," Ihence 10 chains soulh,
thence llio chains west. Ihence .0 chains north,
theuce .00 chains ea*t lo point ol commencement, and oontaining 010 acres more or less.
.. Commenci..., at a post planl«d on the
aouth bank ol Blgmouth Creek aboul Sl milea
above the south fork aud marked "£, McBean'.
north-west corner,"' tbence 10 chaius east,
thmce .0 chains ..orth. Uience VI chains east,
tbence bu chains south, Ihence 10 chaina west.
ilitfute Ifi chains south, theuce lo ohaina wesl,
theuce S'l chain, north to point of commence
...eut. and conlaining tiio acres more or leas.
5. coir-nieiicliig al a post planled on tlie eaal
bunk ..I Itiiiiiioulh Creek, about five milei
above Canyon Creek, and marked "E. McLean's north-west corner," lbence 10 cbalni
-outh, lh. imm ... ehains easl, thence fj chaini
soulb, tbeuce so chains eaal, tbenco iu ohaini
nnrlh, ihence 10 chains weat, Ihence iu chaina
uorlh. ll.cui'e Su chain, Weil Uo poiul of oorn*
inenceme..l,and containing 6iu aerea mora or
less,
UaU.il Ilth September, l!«i.
6. Commencing al a posl plauted 300 jarda
south ol LiK.uoulh Creek and above tbe north
lork and marked *'E. McLean's north-wesl corner,'' Ihence SO chains, thence 80 chaius aoutb,
thence SU chains west, thence SO chains uortb to
poinl of commeucement, and containing Ml
acres more or leas.
Daled llil I. September, 1907
sat sep IB ELIJAH MeBEAN,
NOTICE
Revelsloke Land Dlitrlct.
District of West Kooteuaj,
Take noli e Hint Andrew Kitson, of
RevelstOnc, B. C, minei', intends lo
apply fur a special limber license ovei'
lhe lollowing descrilied lands :
1. Commencing ai a pust planted
one qu.u toi mile aliove the noith furk
>.f Flat Creek, uu the north hank, and
marked "Andrew KitBon's S. E. Corner." tbenee nurth 40 chains, iheuce
west, 100 ehains. theuce south 40 chains,
theuce east 160 chains to point uf
couiuiencement, and containing W0
acres more or lets.
Dated August 20th, 1907.
2. Co...me.icing at a post planted
one quarter mile above the north furk
of Flat Creek on tbe norlh bank and
nun ked "Andrew Kitson's 8. W. Corner," thence north 80 chains. Ihence
east 80 chains; Ihence south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains, to point of
commencement and cuntaining 610
ncres mure ur less.
Dated August 20th, 1907.
3. Commencing at a pnst plauted
about one mile and three-quarteri
below the nuith furk of Flat Creek, on
the north bank, and marked "Andrew
Kitsou'i S.W. Corner," thence nonh
SU cbnins; thence easl 40 chains, thence
south 40 .hains, theuce east 40 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence weat 40
chains, thence north 40chains, thence
wesl 40 chains to point of :oni.nei.ce-
iijout and containing 640 acres mure or
less,
Dated August ISI; h, 1807.
Anerew Kituo-.',
Notice to Creditors sod Others.
In the Matter of ths Companies' Winding-up Act 18S8.
The creditors tnd other* of tb« Revtlatoke
Steam Lauadrr Company, Limited, ul Hev.il*
stoke, lire hereby DotiHed that on ihe miidaj-
uf October, l!*i", ths Company pused au fcitra-
ordinary fiwolution to tbe elfect tbat tba Company be forthwiad wound-up voluntarily, under
the abovft act, and William J Law, ol Revel*
stoke, was appointed Liquidator of the said
Company.
Nmice is hereby given that all creditors of
thn said Company are hereby notified to lend
by post prepaid, or otherwise deliver to the
said Liquidator, William J, Law, at Bevel*
stoke, District of Kootenay, on or before Saturday, .'Hid day of November, Wt, tbeir foil
names, addresses and desciiptions, and full
particulars uf tbeir claims account! or interests, aud tbe nature of securities, if any. held
bytnem. Immediately after tbe said SUtli day
ot November, Wt, the assets ol the said Company will be realised and distributed among
the parties entitled thereto, having regard
ouly to the claims of which the Liquidator
shall then have nolice, and all others shall be
excluded from the said distribution.
Dated the lind dayof October, MOT.
St OTT A BRIliGS,
Revelstoke. B, 0.,
Solicitors for the Liquidator.
NOTIGE
Cariboo Land District.
Dislricl of Cariboo.
Take nolice nut Donald Mcintosh of
Revelsloke, B. C, pronpeclor, intends to
ap*,)]) lor permission to purchase lhe foi*
lowing described land:
Commencing at a post planted about j|
miles above Uiu* Kiver, niarked "D. Mclnlosh's Si a. corner," thence north uo
chains, Ihence west 40 chains, thenct
south 120 chains, ihence easl 40 chains le
point ot commencemeni, containing 480
acres more or less.
Dated July 31st, 1907.
wed aug 11 D, McINTOSH,
NOTICE
KeVflnloke Land DUtricl.
District of Wwt Kuotuuii/.
Tak« uoiicu Uut iKniald Dewar, of Arrowhead, B.C., Umber cruiser, intends to apply
for-.|i.*i ul innler llcetUM uver the fallowing
described Uml-.
1, i uiiiin.'in ink n 1 ihoit planted about N
diauiri noith-WOlt on a l.l.mil trull from Boyd'i
..ilnn uu 1'ingnton t'ttHik, and uiarked Dvuald
1-rwiti ■ - north mud coruer post," theuoe weet
lOuebiiiiiH, ihencu soutli Hi chaius, Uieiiee eut
UP' chums, tbenoe nurih i> chains lo poiut of
coiiiUiciicciiii'iiU
: Commencing m a posi planted al the
rm 11. .-n-i con.-, i of laocalloii No.l, aud mark*
11I "I'oi.'t.'l Dewitr'n.ajuvLhea-it ooruurpout,"
theuce Weit WO chains, lbence norUi 10 chains,
UlflDOeeui 10>J chains, theuce soulh iu chains
to pulnl uf com mv nue men U
Daled tjepLeuibur ihi, Wi.
3. 1 umniencliitf al a poet planted al tbe
noiiLli WOet conier of Timbor f.i unt 111*, sti*
marked "Donald Duwar's Kiutli-ea-.t corner
pout,' tbenct* uorlh 1CU chaius, iheuce * est 41
iihaitin, Lhcuce south lt>i clmins. theuoe east M
clitiiiir lu point of commencement.
I. Commencing al a posl planled at the
south wwi comer of Timber Limit Na 11170,
and marked "Donald Dewar'i suuth-west corner post," tbenee north ar chains, ihenoc east
UUctuins, iheuce south uu chains, tatoot wait
BU chaius io poinl of comtueneeiaenl.
Daled September 23rd, UK:
wed oct 2        _       DONALD DEWAX
NOTICE
Take uotlcu ll.il I, Ueorgt! T, Niwmau, of
Arievtli.'twl, II. 0.. (Wcupaliua Cl.rk, lalena It
apply for peniiiaaiou to purcbue lie following
detcritwd landa:
Commencing at a poat planl«d at tha U.K.
corner of Clara .Meguarrita LotMuu, lliwcs
norlli Co ohnlna, Iheuce weal SU ohalna, IMnw
aoutl. m ohnlni, Ihence out I" cbilui, II.u.m
aou.h 10 cha.ni, Ihcuci nnl IB eUlBi Is polo!
of commencement.
lutlwl Sept. llth, UK.
aep 21 «t      intones: T. NEWHAX.
NOTICE
Notice ll hirihj |l?ia ihal the pu.nerablp
hirelofore Robelsilng between ua, .bl undir.
ilgned, B. M, ll.ur.cb Slid Sdwud C. face, u
Sheet Metal Worlera, In lhe City ol Kevel-
.toke, Britiah 1'.liun .tit, ui.der.be iljliol
H.ur.i'1. ami I'a.-t-, haa Ihla day been dlnolnd
hy mutual miis-nt. All de*.u or iccoudU
,.»...« i'. laid I'arlnmblp are to he pa Iti to
laid i.ilwar.l.'. i'ace.
Uaisd Uiu lib day ol October. A.D., imr?
H. M. HINKI.'II,
nous
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1   flEWfiOODS   II
9   1 , 9
I     Just 1 peued   up   .   ship-   1
W nienl .i  Fountain Syringes *T
l$l Bnd   hot   water bottles—the
ty very I est makes.
<|l    Come and - • them before
^ I-tlrcll.leillg.
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ty Canada Dpoij & Book Co,
A LIMITED. A:
X Revelstoke, li. C. & j
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WEATHER FORECAST
Sat irday, N'nv, 2nd, for L'l hours.—
Cloudy raw weather, bright intervals
with il. -v rs nl if iu and tain,   lndi-
f.-f ni   I -:. iw    Mild,    Temp. Max.
58 Min. 42
Local and General.
Snaps in t veil and white quiltj at
M. i •. nsn'i -ale. •
Drop into the Savoy and try one ol
:n se di licl >us but drinks.
Gel your ilannelette at bargain
pricei at MoLennau'i Bale,
Remember the opening dinner at
the Y.M'C.A. Nov. 21,
Trunks, suit cases an.l telescopes at
big reductions at McLeunan's.
The luneral oi the infant son ul Mr.
and Mrs. Guthrie took placo this
afternoon.
A musicals is being held at the residence of Mrs. Cressn.an, First .Street,
on Monday night.
j.?.- ".lane" at the opera house ou
Friday, Nov. 8th, dance afterwards—
Prices "*.c. and oOc.
Djn't forget the Big Benefit night
in the opera houso, Friday Nov. 8th,
Music, Drama and Danoe,        .
An executive meeting ol the Revelstoke Curling Clul. was held Insl nigi.i
in tl.e City Hall, to discuss general
business,
'I'., be, or not to be that ie the question! Hurry up and decide else you
vill lose your seal for "Jane" on l-'ii-
df.y. Nov' 8th.
Tl., Union Hotel Restaurant will be
opened Iur business on Monday night
next The premises have been entire';' remodelled and refurnished.
Make it a bumper bnuse for the
Anti-Tuberculosis Hen.'lit .... Friday
evening next. The biggest night's
fun you ever bad for 76c. and ">iic.
Offing to a deity iu the arrival i.l
the hooks the first meeting uf tlie
Esperanto Club has been postponed
until Saturday, Nuv. 9. Further no
tiee next week.
The cricket match arranged for
Thanksgiving Duy between the New
Chums and 1'ioneeis lor the Enterprise Brewing Co.'s oup, did not take
I im ind I.;.- been abandoned.
I: - Ladies Guild ol St. Peter's
hurch will be glad oi donations towards their Bale -.1 work to be held at
tlie   Rectory  Wednesday, Nov.  20th,
■   tny member ol tl.e congregation,
A meeting ol the Revelstoke Conservative Association will be held ....
Monday next. Nov. I, in Selkirk Hail.
it 8pm, i'.r tbe purpose ol electing
delegate! lor the great convention al
Vancouver, Sov, 22-23, to create i.
I - vincial organization,
rhe whole town of Karatagh, near
, .sbkend, Russia, bas been destroyed
tnd almosl the entire population of
15,000 people was buried by a mountain slide following tbe reoent earth-
.-,;- there.
On Wednesday last tbe Independent
Band gav. f.n  evening at home ill the
md ro. '.. 10 the if.ei.fl.ers of Fire
Brigade No. 2.   A very pleasant even-
I ...- *i'. nt in social and musical
numbers A liberal spread of "life *
I   . tbingi1 were partaken of.
Pure   and   Clean
li is lighl .nnl Hindu uf lhc
very lin.■*! II.mi', properly mixed
un.l linked, ,\* 1 be Im>iul yuu
.■..I is llii, principal arlido (if
v..ne daily fund, il is uf prima
. 11 ..lfin.'.' that yuu gel tlw
musl perfect made.
... n.it.g an.I '• I
Vi-   \i iri'tv Ilu
Mr. iir
Ki
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Telephone
Yeur Orders
HQ-BSOJV ($L   'BELL
DON'T GET
COLD FEET
Como and order .-..ino
NICOLA COAL-the
best Coal ovei' brought
into Revelslolie,
Don't torgol tlio plnce,
Order from
KilKuid M Anderson
OR
I Frank McCarty
J
Big bargains in ladies'winter conts
an.l rain cunts at McLeunan's big sale
It ynu want a g....d (.veiling of Inn,
To il..- Opera House try and .'nine,
Dance, music, antl drama,
Willi ''-lane" lor yonr charmer
On Friday, you'll never look glum.
The Ladies' Guild ol St. IVIcr's
church wish to announce that thero
will be an "at home," afternoon and
evening, at ihe Rectory on Wednesday
when groceries are needed from
our ehuicn stuck uf cereals, high CHURCHES.
gratia canned guuiis, reus, cofiees
i- as, elf., nnd ymi nro alwave
sum of g'elting only pure, .... I Catiioi.io,—Rev, Father 11. I'ecnul
iliilti'iiited and perfanlly recall o.M.l. pastor. Services ovory Sunday
[unds In nny hiia. L, [|i„ fu||owjng \mn.   8 a.m. 0 •
Hur si'ivi.'.. 1* pioinp , f.ti.l ...ii'   H ,, ,,,..,, .,.  ,   ,
,„,, „, ,',1 ' , D minimi Mass    Oi.iii :.,.... High Vnss
11 lees nr.. low.1.'lhnn ul.nl   mh.  a, . ,,   .-        „ 0,,
wlllpitvl.   Iiiforinr tttiods el*,-- l1""'1 •**'*''"""';  2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
,,|,lii,iH, ss. ■ I p.m. Sunday School; 1:30p.m. rtosnry,
InstrilClicn an.l llenedicti ...
K\o\ I'll.'S'ivi i:iii.\s'— ,1  11. Ruben-
-0",   11   11, .nini*lei',     Morning BiT-
11 u*' nek;  livening servico nt
Sunday   school :,t 2:.'il) o'clock.
Tlie paslor will pnnoh at both services.    M .filing subject, ''The Sacred-
...*.- ii I.if ;•."    Evening subject, "The
('..11  I..   Leadership."    Good n.nsic,
Opei.ing a..'.be..., "Hur Father."   Organ  Voluntary, "Chorus ol Angels,"
is    t'i nl.)     Benedict inn    anthem,
"Wh..,-.   Dtvellelh"    A cordial welcome iff given to ail
St.  I'liTlilt's  Ax.-I h'.U—Ilev    I)    A
I'l'iieunier, reclnr Trinity XXIII.
Full..wing is1, lisi-.f a rvices: Mniitis,
11.tly I'..in'..'.'"..ii 11 a in. Lvensong
7.1)0 j. in.   Sun.lay schoul at 2 IIO p.m.
St. Andrew's 1'itiisiiVTEitiAN—Rev.
Vi. C, Calder, pastor. Sunday, Nov. 3.
Services 11 a.tii., 7:30 pin, Sunday
Si'lioul tind Pastor's Bible Class, lliil
p.m. Morning subject, "In His Gl. ry."
Uvo ing Biibjecl,"William tl.e Silent."!
I,, (i L N... lCoS will attend
il... Evening Worship,. Tbo Voting
People's Moling Monday al X p.m
Prayer im cling Wednesday at 8 pm.
Choir prartirc and Teachers' Meeting,
Friday 8 p in
Mni'iioDisT-Rev T.W. Hull, pastor.
Services.... Sunday as follows:    Class
meeting ut 111:110 ......   Public service
al II a in., ibe pastor ..ill preach ami
con.luel tin' sei vice Sunday school
and Pastor's Bihlo Glass at 2:30 p.in.
Morning service "(lur Individual and
Collective Duty to God and Mankind."
Evening service " Lessons For Us
From ii.- lllin.lt.inn's Testimony."
All welcome.
Baptist—Rov. W. P. Freeman, B.A.
past'tr. Services tue held in the Mission Hall, First street Preaching al
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m Sunday schunl
at 2.311 p.in
Children's  ribbed  c.ishniero  hose,
two pair lor a quarter at McLeunan's
sale
Col, Lodk..[sky, a Russian capitalist,
hii- just purchased -1,(101) acre.-, of fruit
and larm lundt. mi Lower Arrow
Lake, in lhe ICootenays, in connection
withhisprojectl.il establishing Russian colonics Ihr...iglio.it ll.e Dominion, The deal was negotiated by llis
agent. Cii| t. Or'..... Clyde Cuiluu, and
I Mr. Victor VV. Odium, lornerly of
Vancouver nnd nuw of Nelson, B.C.
! 'Shanius O'Brien" was staged un
i Wednesday last by the MeAulill'e
Slock Co. and met with deserved up-
1 plni.se, Last night "Why Women
Sin," was hilled, n fine meludramii
when every member nl the company
wus seen to advantage, Thia niter-
iiiiiii. "Tonnesce's Pardnei'" ts being
played, iuul "Pitlallsul New Vnrk"
l.might, will wind lip ll.e best week's
ii...use.).cut that has ever been bad in
the opera house. The McAuliU'e
Stock Cn. will always receive a .welcome when they rei.irn to Rjvelstnke.
We have received a postcard Iron.
McLennan .V Co, s. ..I t.. them by
" ..... ,,i il... boys" evidently a member
ol tho gang who walked utf with the
lino's big sign Hallow..'en night, ll
reads thus. "If ynu want yor $211,1)110
yoll will lind it in the yard behind
'lapping's old opera lions where lhe
Mai.E-Hgkdi.ti wiiss. We ment lo
pul it mi lue bank, but tlie police..in
butted in. Get it and don't ask ....
quesshuns."
li this should meet ll.e eye of anyone desiriius of passing n pleasant
evening, Iie can do no better thnn
drop in at Tapping's Opera House on
Friday   night, X..v.  8th,   and have a
Dr II il. Muni ... b.s icliii'ued j
-, if. Vane, uver ..l.er. l.n I. s l.e;. *j
: . n I. ,g ihe [imt, il ul his fnlher,
• Ir- II   A. P. own   lean's lo ill .ri'.."
i,:':.1   in.   i'.M.Ic.hy   where   she   wi
! institute n Temple nl Pythian Sisters
Miss  Mt.iide  Creelman,  who  bus
! i   .i-iiiiig  her cousin,  Mr, M.
D mal!, nf Viiu.-iimvi", rc'iirned home
Wednesday.
The Venerable Arcbdo.icon Beer,
..In. is en route it.r Snltuon Arm,
v sited ll.e High School opening ex-
. .vis. s I .st uight,
| Mrs L.M. Hagar nl Vanoouver ii'-s
arrived in town. Mr. and Mrs. Hagar
1 ha e tak ii the reside...:., of Mr. and
j Mrs. J. M, Sett for the-winter.
m
'■m-'J
ND M \n
is now cn in full blast.
Corns Will h io McLennan & Co.'s.   -   Come and Save looey
This i.i..... ii o Dry (I..o.l.s Sale is the greatest Bargain i.e.fusion thai ymi havn
ever hud, It, has eetna at lhu must opportune l-i iim* of the enl ire yeur when everybody
is in ...nl of W'inie.' supplies, We ..... olTering uur entire slock ol Drygnuds uml
Men's Furnishings al unsurpassable bargain prices, and we enn assure yuu that al no
ulher Store in the whole nf Western Canada will you find such mighty money stivers
as wo are offering during the J1IG TEN DAVS' SALE.
Stack Up low! Save Thoso
m i 1a B"fc
* HUB idi &
Shi. tw.lists, Drygoods, Bonis ...id Shoos ninl Gent's Furnishings nil must be sold
iu Ton Days.
Tl i- i* .ho (ieealesl Sale iu Ibe history nf Hevelslokc. B. ('. Il behooves every
...i.e. "..inn and child lo mnke nn uff.iet lo get here as soon as possible, nn.1
\v! f ' lock is still complete in every dopni'tmoi.t, Before yon buy see nuegeeal
I! . - We guarantee every article which isnn Sale, and we will lake, back and
exchange or refund thu money on every purchase not BillIsfactory li.r any reasons
w'i,.','"ver.   Everything marked lu plain flgi.ros.   ONE PRICE TO ALL.
., ,,,.,, ,, , i ,irilti,i,      initio, ..." .    out,     .ton   ii.i.i. <i
Nov.  20th   with  sale of  work and |ook *   .,£'„  whn  u,jH ,jn|M (|l(.
hoards under the auspices of the Revelsloke Amateur Dram  Societj in
anl of ll.e .villi Tuberculosis Society ol
nusical entertainment.
The Ladies' Aid. of the Methodist
church will hold a Parlor Social f.i the
home ul Mrs. Horace Manning, Fourth
street, mi Ibe evening ..I Thursday,,
the Vt li insi , when a good programme
will he provided lo elite.tain, an.l
dainty relresbnieiits served by the
ladies.   Every...... welcume.    Admis '
"a r.' Miicdunaid ot t,,...*..n,.i, Social and Personal
Drug <v.   Book Co. ii..s received a copy
of the Canterbury Times, New Zen —
REVELSTOKE STEAM LAUNDRY
The Steam Laundry will re-open
tor business nn Monday morning next
A   lirsl  el;H    laundry man has been
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CLENNANS
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Revelstuke.    Genuine  lun will !»«- grcured from Vancouver, and nil worn
ll ite oyer ev.'ry feature.   Anyone n.;n he turned out with ucaii-.- m d
win n bring a sworn alii.Iavi! Ihal
he   i*   'broke''   n.li   bc  admitted to
Great Slaughter Sale
THIS WEEK ONLY we will sell a number
of LADIES' COATS at a remarkable reduction in
price.
YOUR CHOICE For $8, $10 and $12
These Coats are the Newest Gibson design.   We
have just 15 of the same left.
MORRISON
standing rn
despatch,
,1 1' Hutchison, Prop,
Caidill 1 mo—iie haul loll onal.
nothing: betlar than nur "Spoclnl
Iir- —1 :.i.:n :  and    plain   sewing,
and.  containing  a   lull sheet photo-     11  Floyd made a visit to thi   C  isl    ppoiii   Oi I1 ii
engraving of the Illecillewaet Canyon on rbtirsday,
by Mr, llemus hue oi Revelsloke   Mr      .
ilctn.is has five other pictures in the
■apir.     Revelstoke   ha* even spread « *v '   ■''
IJ    t buy % pig in a bag, see the
ii« made a    ef vis .... ,.,.,,.' tlie Ideal.
paper,     llcvelstotte   in.* even spn -.■•.-.                                                      m.pkins, fresh celery and
her fame totheGeebung hind, Burn.    ,;                      Monties   era              0. ll. H une.  Co,
Revelstoke people are nol  slow  tu    ! ,• :.   |„ce and liands-lienls i.
appreciate a good tiling.  I'bc business j,      .         ,„                                             i„ld at the Canada Drug
of the new hot drink parlor! on 11
Ken/ie avenue pr ives thai tl i fi 11 ■•■
ing hot drinks are being served in tin '                                      '    "      -' '                 :'l"   l'»"   "*Wt
cosy room in a moat delio ■■'i   ' ' :'- '" Bl'urne
hot chocolate coffee, tea b vril lemoi :;   -
ade, besides other popular hot bevei Patnnlro  Home  Industry.     Smoke-
ages. ' i'i Cij?nr„
A fow more sideboards at the Ideal
for $13.    How is that f.,r Eaton's, oh?
Largo assort...enls nl l.ncy Japanese ohinn always in stuck. 0, B.
Hume A Co.
Stop ('filing i IV that stock of lumber. We have extension tables at tbe
[deal tur 17.
Don't forget we have the famous
Chilliwack valley winter apple., 20
varieties to choose from. Bourne
Bros.
Cai.liiV Coal—no siiu.ke, just heat.
Boys' BUits and reelers at half price.
0, I'.'llnme.v Co,
Tasteless Cod Liver Oil—easy to
take—excellent fur dry, hard cough,
I Sold at Canada Drug Store.
Card IV Coal—burns like anthracite.
Money goes a long way at the
Ideal, just iike banking so much—it
all helps tome.
Cardiff Cual, Banff Hard. Coal, dry
wood nnd the new domestic luel.
Briquettes sold only  by  Revelstoke
General   Agencies.   See  our  ...1   nn
Front page.
.Now is the time to buy your winter
supply ..I choice eating or cooking
apples. Sec our coiner window 0.
II. Hume & Co,
Take n h.uk .it En I oil's catalogue
and see il they sell a Quartero.lt Oak
China cabinet lur $10 25 with mirror,
We have them at lhe Ideal,
Mechanic's Tar Soap cleans perfectly. Suid in big cakes, 2 for 25
cent- nt Canada Drug Sture.
Mclntyre k s
GENERAL MERCHANTS
Special for Today
Dairy liutter, per lb,
30c.
20 lb. Suck of Sugar
$1.25
Nn, 3 Special Coffee
per lii. 35c.
Cooil Apples per box
$1.50
tyre &
GENERAL MERCHANTS
il)ST-A Pen.I Silliblirsl, hetwt 
i lhe Club und foot ol MclCeiiSiii.
Avonue. F.iid.'i will receive reward
by leaving lhe same al Ibid A Young's
slore.
Umbrellas,  rainooats, rubbers,   0.
1! Hume A Co., Bid.
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Out of Style
A* well be oul "I style in your
dress as oul ol style in youi
Stationery. Thc correel writing
paper to-day is
Eaton's
Highland
Linen
The >i/,e, shspc .Mul lexliirc nl
iwi.ii io good tasto and iugg?si
refinement. It cosis no more to
have youi writing paper beyond
criticism.
sold in
W, Bews
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New Goous Selling at Cut
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Fea i II   Wi have used the knife in cutting Prices down.
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BARGAI. i.   rha I        t'easi ll
, for the balance oi the Week.   Great, showing in Table Linen and Nap-
Special Napkin;, $1.15 per dozen, hemmed, ready for use.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
LADIES' MANTLES ellinj> regardles t>l co I
LADIES'COSTUMES -ii  Sale Prices,   Child ownPrice
DRESS GOODS   all   flew, this Season i goods, i    cent.
Discount,    I in. i. the time to secure whate1 ei you want in
this line for yourself or your t hildren,
FLANNELETTES AND  WRAPPERETTES   Reg    151    lines   elltng  at
10c. per yard,
MEN'S AND BOYS' APPAREL
MEN'S SUITS   Good, Heavy Woul Tweed Suits just to  hand from the
Eastern manufacturers,    Regular $10 alid $12,    Now $6.00
BOYS' SUITS   Two Piece, Norfolk Cm.   Sixes 25 to 33,    Selling at $3.00
MEN'S TWEED PANTS   Men's 1 iood, Heavy Tweed Pants. SaiePrice $1.10
MEN'S CASHMERE SOX   hive Pairs for $1.00.
WINTER UNDERWEAR   Men's   Heavy   Winter    Underwear selling  at
50 Cents Per Garment
OVERALLS   M.
Demili Overalls, Union Made. Sale 75 Cts, Per Pr.
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Special Prices on
BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS
During the Week.
REID   &   YOUNG
Special Prices on
BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS
During the Week
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