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Array " Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation ami
perfection in results il is
unsurpassed.    Prico ¥60.
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A S^CIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16-No. 72
REVKLSTOKE. B. C, Si IT
15110
$2.50 Per Year
Shooting Season
Requisites
You may require  something  for
the Opening Day
Shot   Guns,     Double   Bar-   <M Q   IIp
Shot   Gun  and    Rifle  Com-   ftOR QQ
Singled-Barrelled Shotguns   fr i f\   IID
Selling at - »plU   Ul
PUMP GUNS — Remington,   National,
Winchester.
Loaded   Shells,   Cartridge Belts,
Shooting Coats and Vests.
All the very Latest Models in
Rifles—351, 401, Mauser, Remington Auto, 22-Calibre in all
makes.
Lawrence Hard ware Co., Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoed Otfice   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00 ]
Capital Subscribed -          5,575,000.00 j
Capital Paid Up -      ■      & S30.000.00 |
Reserve        ... -       5,bou,. 00.00 j
Branches   r Amenta nt nil principal points in.Cu.nada. J
Agents in Great Britain ami UnileJ Suites—London, Kngland, .
Lloyds Bank, Limited.     Chicago-First,  Nationnl 11 ink,  Corn Kx- I
cliaiiiri'National Bunk.    Seattle—SealtleNution.ilIlank,   Sinl'ian- |
ciarn— Wells Fargo Nevida National Bank.    Hpokans—hiohange I
National Bank. T
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 91 and upward, received, ami interest allowed at ■
currt'ii'. rat* from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—K B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
immR&t&mdMtmmmtm^ mem
Now Is The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGGS AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool anil
at the right temperature- Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars antl our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.    BURNS   cSi   CO.
Limited,
A SHIPMENT OF FALL GOODS
JUST TO HAND
Ladies' and Children's Wear, including Underwear,
ami other seasonable requirements,
Mrs. a. O. Prick
TWO DOORS EAST OF EOISON THEATRE
Unique Wild Animal Performance
Draws Large Crowds
Without doubt the best nil rail.
ion, delighting both young nml old,
that has yet visited Revelstoke, is
the Barnes Wild Animal Circus,
whieh is making n two duy stand
here on llie Mckenzie avenue rec-
reation grounds. Thc circus reached lure early on Tuesday mornln'g,
ami the work ul unloading over 20
earn was carried out rapidly und
systematically, as wus the work
of pitching the large main
tent and a number ol Bmaller
ones comprising the circus.
The feature ot the whole wus    the
quiet uud orderly wuy in which overy
thing wus done aud the lack ut thnt
objectionable  "tough element"    that
invariably    characterizes a circus.  A
large crowd attended     yesterday afternoon,  tuking in the numerous side
; shows  previous  to  entering  the    big
{tent for the iiiiiin performance. It is
safe to say that the  Barnes      circus
lis unique in that  the many     species
of wild animals are the actual    per-
donian sports held last yenr nt Vancouver, The citizens of Vancouver
intend to send t'arl Kainc to Mon
tieul to try for the Canadian championship, and are taking up subscriptions for that purpose to defray
'the necessary expenses entailed by
the trip. Would it not be worth
the while for our citizens to do the
same tor Palmer, which would be an
encouragement tor our future ath
letes and an excellent a.'lvri liseinent
for our city.
Last yenr, Palmer, who hud trniu-
cd faithfully, entered for the. American championship held at the Seattle
Exposition, but was debarred trom
competing    owing    to the   athletic
squabble   in   the   east   between  the  O.
A.A.U. and the American A. A. U.
.Mr. Sullivan, the president of tho A.
A. V., ruling thut Palmer wus a
foreigner in spite of the fnct that
they had advertised tlicir compettons
open to all amateurs. This was a
sore disappointment to Palmer and
his friends, who were Interested in
his elTorls, as they were very hopeful
of his success in the big meet. Palmer has been training consclentously
all summer and is in fine condition.
Will our citizens give him thc chance
to show what he can do when competing against the best talent in the
Hero of Inkerman Answers the
"Last Post"
11. is with the deepest regret thnl.
we announce the sad intelligence of
the denth of Capt. William Smith,
'mm' ul the few surviving Crimean
I veterans, which occurred at tho homo
of his sun, Mr. .1. I,. Bmith, Camp
bell avenue, yesterday. The deceas
ed hnd reached the ago of sr,, und
bus been, u resident of Ibis eity tor
ninny years, nnd his denlh will be
greatly fill among lhc whole community, ('apt. Smith, who served
in the Prince of Wales Royal Cana
dlan Hi.les, nnd 17th Infantry, wus
the hero of many campaign In those
terrible wars of the Crimen.
The funeral, which will be private,
will dike place tomorrow afternoon,
from the residence of .1. L. Smith,
(.'ampbell avenue.
formers,  and  do  what human  beings  country.
If anything is to lie done, prompt
action is necessary. Here is a good
chance for local sportsmen to take
the matter up and send Palmer to
the Canadian championshi p meet
which takes place at Montreal at the
end of this month, when an idea of
his real ability  among    first      class
do iu tho ordinary circus, the most
I wonderful thing being thut their dif-
Jferent turns are the result of inlin-
lite care and patience, making these
accomplished animals all the more
valuable.
The  tent contains  thc cages       lor
the animals and  three rings,    one of
which is in the form of a steel cage, athletes can be gained,
where the chief performances take
place. One could not help noticing
how well kept and fed all the animals were, and what splendid specimens, all being comparatively of a
young age, and in the pink of condition, so diiTeient. from the usual
miserable, half starved, dejected animals oi the average travelling menagerie, fn this case the beasts had
the  lire of the jungles in their eyes.
The whole performance was excel- lair last week. Mr. Cockle told the
lent, elephants going through aiuiis- Nelson News: "I am just buck from
ing  antics,   bears  with  Bavage    eyes   the Kevelstoke  fair.      They  had      a
Pleased With Revelstoke
Mr. J. W. Cockle, secretary of the
Kaslo Board of Trade, who is acting
as special agent of the Kootenay
district in arousing interest in the
proposed district exhibit for the
Canadian National Apple Show, to
be held at Vancouver Oct. 31 to
Nov. 5, was a visitor to the      local
going through various tricks. Groups
'of highly tamed Arab ponies, goats
and dogs riding, galloping ponies.
' Perhaps the best part ol the whole,
and the most wonderful ol all, was
the performance of Capt. Stonewall's
trained sea lions. These strange
animals went through the most surprising tricks, balancing nnd juggl-
IIng acts, combined with baseball
■and other acts of skill that a human
being would liud most dillicult to
essay. The sen lions were, without
a doubt thc cleverest id any animal
1 in the tent. The performance of
tiie leopards, tigers and lions, was
most exciting, these fearsome beasts j
'at times showing their latent savage
nature, snarling and growling, to
be pacified the next moment by their
' trainer.
i In one act, a charming, yet a
mere stripling of a girl, Miss
Martha  Florins,  of  Paris,  put  these
very fair display of fruit for that
north country. Like all young districts, they have made some mistakes in the varieties they have plan
ted. 1 was particularly struck with
some of the Gravonstoins 1 saw, and
1 think if they planted more up there
Kaslo would soon have to look to
its laurels ns the premier Grnven-
stein district of the world. I hnd
a most encouraging interview with
the lending business men there, and
they quite fell in with the idea of
joining with the rest of the Kootenay in this laudable enterprise."
Levelsiuka's Natural Fark
The Mountaineering Club bus been
putting in some hard work this summer in the way of milking the park
on Mt. lievelstoke accessible aiid
enjoyable to travel. Through the
provincial government and Mr. R,
Gordon, agent here, they now have
continued the trail some live miles
further than the chalet to Miller
Lake. The tourist or sightseer can
now take a horse back ride for almost It miles over a nice trail on
the face of the mountain, and when
arriving on top he travels for miles
through beautiful rolling park lands
which at seasons of the year aro
covered with varieties of flowers. On
arriving at the end of the trail, a
lake of some 15 acres is reached, this
lake is snuggly nested in the hollow
ol the mountain peaks and hanging
snow covered walls, the water is
beautifully clear and cold. ln time
boats will be placed on same and a
chalet erected there, where the tourist can enjoy a few days leisure
among the grandest scenery ot the
Selkirks.
The Revelstoke people little know
what a wealth they have at their
door in this asset where people from
other parts travel thousands of
miles to see less grandeur than we
have at home.
Where to get your supplies
for the Hunting Season.
Our stock of Guns, Rifles,
Revolvers, Ammunition,
Hunting Knives, Hunter's
Axes, Match Boxes, Leg-
gings, Coats, Belts, Fishing
Tackle, Re-loading and
Cleaning outfits. Traps and
Tents, Camp Stoves, Com-
issses, Blankets, etc., is
complete in every respect.
Wc also curry lhc best line of Groceries
l'ni\isi<uis I'm- home or camp use. Our
Choice Teas and fresh ground Coffees
are especially meeting with a larger
sale every dav.
oiirne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Men's $5.50 and $6.00 Shoes
For $3.75
We  11
■Ul'
ilnuil
pairs of Shoes
which sold ngolaily for *">..->ll and SU mi
nnd we are now tlcuring them at Sd.7.r>
per pair.
'Ih-'if nie some Miiart models for
young mon mid Ihu more conservative
shapes for men  who desire Ihem.
The assort n enl Is made of Patent Colt Skin with Dull Calf
skin Uppurj liox Cull, Vici Kid; Gun-metal and Velour.
Some Fine Hosiery Snaps
hades of Tans.
Thn i' palt'9 for
fu'l fn-liloned, win
•h -
in Blai k
dd for Sle
uul assorted
ami 2."> •.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
Provincial License Fees
The monthly record of timber receipts as reported to the Crown timber branch of the Lands Department
shows a total of live hundred and
twenty three timber licenses to have
been issued during the :ust past
animals through many tricks, show- month for lands west of the Cascade
ing her skill an.l complete control Range, the Incidental receipts aggregating ii.l
jover them. The sight of lions, tigers, leopards and panthers, bears,
goats, seals, and dogs, all riding
! galloping horses was a new and ex-
! citing spectacle.
| Trained dogs, and "Maude" the
famous kicking mule and the educated pony was other features, while
the clowns added to the lun. A cir.
ens would not be complete without
igonkeys, tigers, lynx, zebra, camels,
i etc. The big white Holy camel of
'.Thibet was a striking object of interest.
Millie llaiues and Trainer Kelly in
the lion's act showed what training
will do to a wild beast, The climax ol the whole was when Kelly entered the cage ot the untamed, man
eating lion, Caesar, for a tew moments, dodging the murderous paws,
and blood thirsty jaw ol this wild
monster.
Another line feature was the act of
Louis Roth, with his mixed troup ol
double striped Uengal tigers and
Nubian lions, the kings ol the
jungle.
Suffice it to say that the show
was all that it claimed to be, and
a wonderful exhibition, educative to
children and interesting to adults.
The baby lions and leopards were
much admired.
A dual performance will be given
tonight and all who have not yet
seen it should take this last opportunity and do so.
uu,000. Bast of the
Cascades thc number of licenses issued was four hundred and sixty-
eight, with a total of receipt of
$5*1,1129.40. Three hundred nnd live
coal prospecting licenses produced a
revenue during the month of $30,-
950.00; timber transfer fees were
(940.OO; coal transfer tecs amounted
to $75.00, and the jienulties totalled
$700, these, with miscellaneous receipts, of $11.25 bringing the grand
total of receipts for the month up
to $160,905.C5.
Conquer Selkirk Giant
j Mt. Hammond, one of tho few virgin peaks in the Selkirks, 18,125 feet
high, w'ns climbed this week hy a
party of mountaineers from Windermere.     The party consisted of Mr.
'Herbert W. Qleason, Mr. 10. W. Ham
den ol Huston and Mr. Charles D,
ICIlis of Windermere.
! The ascent was a bund over hand
climb nnd was accomplished with
considerable difficulty.
| Mount Hammond is the loftiest
peak yet conquered in the Selkirks,
its nearest rival lieing Mount Dawson, near Glacier, 11,113 toot. lint
Hammond must look to her laurels
as many other peaks In the locality
challenge her supremacy and the
above record shows the great height
ol this part of the range, offering
vast fields for climbers.
British Capital for Canada
After all, the lending of money,
especially where the security ottered
is so good and the rate of interest
paid so profitable as in this case,
is not thc best sort of Investment
from the Canadian viewpoint. What
we want, and what will imt only
be profitable for the investor in the
home land, but best for the cause
of British connection n this country,
is more than this. We want our
Uritish brothers whose cash is now
lying idle In the banks to come over
here with it, and through it identify
themselves with our industrial and
commercial life. Let Uritish capital How into Canadian industrials as
American capital has done, and it
would not be long before there
would be a wonderful strengthening
of the bond between mother and
daughter. Always there will be the
sentiineiitaf bond, but to make real
and effective the attachment between
the two there must bo the buiiness
bond. . . Wc arc not going to refuse American capital au entrance
when it comes knocking at our lours
lor industrial investment, but i t the
same time we would much prefer
thut its place could be taken by
Uritish capital, with the Britisher
behind it, ready to take his i* uincc
with the rest of us in Sharing in
whatever the future may have in
store for this greatest of all British
dominions overseas.
CHOICE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
L
We sell the choicest cuts of Lamb
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Lovers ot Fine Poultry will appreciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Local Running Champion
It is the opinion of many of our
clilsena that 0. Palmer ol this city,
is ont ol thc fastest five mile runners In Canada, so far as he has
competed In seven long distance events and won them all with compar-
ease.     Amongst the number ol W(lUi[. lu kC(,)) Ul(,m [,.,,„),     perhaps
the inventor will accomplish in Ibis
Way whal legislatures and Audubon
societies have so far lulled to do,
ilml. lhe cruel slaughter of beautiful und harmless birds. tint wc
must not he too enthusiastic.
' Great Head
The latest thing in Indies' head-
wear, according to u cable despatch
is a shape concealing a miniature
water tank. Tho Idea Is that the
hat shall bo trimmed with natural
flowers, nnd tho tank is to      supply
runners he has already beaten are
such  inen as    Johnston, the V.A.O,
iliainpi'i. un.l Cull Hainc, the V. M.
c. A. iim* mile cl amplon "I America
whom he defeated by three bundrod
Olid Ulty  juidc ut the Scottish  Culc-
lilacier House
A party of the lilacier boys went
on a trip to the caves on Mount
Cheops, from (Hurler House at 8:30
a. in., with stops for lunch and extras, they reached the cavos in good
time, owing to an excellent, trail.
Mr. Doutachman, ou their arrival,
received them with his usual courtesy, and showed them around the
caves, much interest being taken in
them. After a abort rest, on the
advice of Mr. Deutscbman, the boys
started their return Journey by wuy
of the summit of tho mountain, and
then by the splendid new trail to
Rogers Pass,'reaching lilacier House
at sis [un., a little bit tired but not
a bit disappointed at their trip, returning very pleased and in great
praise of tbc hospil.nlity of Mr.
Ileutscbmaii.
Tho Glacier boys are to be congratulated on being the lirst party
of visitors to the caves to return by
the new trail from the eaves to
Rogers I'iikh. This journey was
iiiinii' on foot. Thc boys ndvice In
tourists nnd others is. "It thoy have
not Been the. cuves, see them us soon
us possible."
Uni u.i: N'i:w MANAGEMENT
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Wm. Bold, Proprietor
Tho    Greatest    Health    Resort   nn   the   Continent
Natural Hot Water in Hatha
Open Ail  ti.0  Year.    Natural  Hot   Water
124 Degrees of Heat
Hates from $12.00 to $15.00 Pep Week
Ice Cream * Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPKN   TILL   MIUNKHIT Page 9
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
VTODNBSDAY
SEPT. It,  lam.
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REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntcrtoc publtebing Gompang,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
I :   .   . id, I'm!.*il States
I'y die :*i ir [through po-itofHc-o]    I*-*-^1
11. II " "      1.5(1
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ADVERTISING   RATES.
1,.. g& DOtioea pei   tine drat Insertion
...*■ i i ii nubiioqucnt Insertion
'.'....* ■ *      iriol [1- linos make unu
ind   Koneral  businotts  un
■'in'i;:>  I'-'-1   per  Inch   por  mumh
• Lions,   45    per   cent,    ad
ditUa&i.   Births,   Marriages   and  Deu.hH
■ .*.* :*
■j:. ii    All advertisements
approval ol I liu iiianoKomonU
.• li I I undonaed AdvorUsuniuuU:
as-» nl Wo ii Led, Help WanLod, Situations
wanted, Sil lalions Vacant, Toaohera
., Mu ;.hi.. - Wanted. Lu words or
.—- - - .. each additional line l" cunts.
Changes »ii standing advertisements must
tM i*. b] B l in. 1 ul-hIuj umi KriiUiy ol
tu eti week u> secure good display,
OORRKaPONDKNCK Invited uu matlors of
public LnteroiU Communications to Kdi
{or must tic* aoootnpaniod ny name oi
writer, not neoeesarUy fo pubUoaUou, bui
ao evidence ufuuod faith. CorruKpuuduun
should be brief,
for delivery Sept.
thereafter
15th
Fir,  Birch,   Pine,  Spruce,   Hemlock
and Cedar Mixed
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j.u. O. .Mi.I AHIKH
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J-U-velitoko.
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REAL   ESTATE,   LIKE,   FIRE   ANO   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
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Barrister
Solicitor, i'ii:,
S 'licitoi fori—
The Canadian Bank ok Oommbbck,
Thk Molsons Hank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   ■   KEVELSTOKE, B.U,
I )UBEKI' SMI I'll
XV
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Sin vi'jiii'
Kngineei'iug
McKenzie Avkni i
Box 108, Rkvelstokb
will   lir   ilulir   Hi  I'l'i'illil   In   s.'liilllil'     11
lunil  pxliibil   of  lum   in  the I'linnil
lllll   Nnl Ill    A,'I'll'   Slinu   ul \ nil
CollVcr no n I   nn.nib, i:|'i'i uilly ns now
the i.urrt'i i inn coition tlml   the     ,-n
im* exhibit  nt   tlio show  is in      in*
tilkt'li  lis  It   IS   to   Klichitiil   lis  n   .Inu-i
Ing display nf tbi' I'liiii'iluiiii'iil re
.-.niini's nt liiiiisb Columbia. The
iiim is thnl tho Provincial Rovorn-
mi'iii shall in' asked to take charge
ul ihe undertaking, An exhibit ol
Revelstoke trull In ISn/ land along
wiih ii number ol tho new Board ol
Trade booklet would be n groal advertising factor for us.
nn.I Muni' un.l Alberta
farming products.    This
nty  Interrelation of the
llrltiBli Columbia makoa
i il   ulii'ilii'i   Uritish    i'i
i m*i* i
IIIIVCil
to    llll
Ihi' lunil rill
farming, tt is human
whal   will bring the
C.   W.   O   W.
Mountain  Viow Camp. No. 229
M..-*.-.    --...'  : aud   r'"iirlh   \\ uiii.u-ii'i)*-    in
eace m mb, inSilkirk Halt.    Visiting IVumt-
i ■    cord      ;> ■■•   ■■*...   itiend.
Vi   K. ll.-IIOKSK, lull. Cum.
JAS. McINTYRK, (Jlui k.
We endorse the opinion of the London Times, when it suys that though
we lie ninny sovereign peoples, our
sovereign must bo one. lie must bold
his court not only In the British
Islis, imt ns opportunity permits,
in nil the chief Dominions of the
Crown. His distant peoples mny
feel assured that means will be found
for the fulfilment of his wish to revisit ihem as King, The welding
n '-« Into closer     iinti.ii
would he em, ■ .'suit and tho i" .ver
sovereignty of the King bettor uu-
derstood nnd realized.
im* tho hniil chores     of
nature
groatost
i effort.        The
1'ln' useful things
Uritish  Col
Iui  hogs     from
llnSt   ill   lll'l'   unit
most of her but
tor Irom Donmark, and her milk and
i",'gs wherever she can lily hands on
them. An Eastern word ot advice
tu ihe British Columbia farmer
v.milli be farm nml keep the prod!
nt home. Don't watt around until
tne rtn 1 ostato man comes along nnd
cuts up the farm Into town  lots."
iti mu. ni  thc smallo
lancy touches lirst,
iii'iei'wiii il.   Mean will
iiinliia gets must of
the United State ,
t..n (iiiiii Australia,
R.M.K Shoot
Cost of Forest Fires
j Spokane, Wash., Sept. 13.—Export
cruisers tn Spokane, who nre compiling reports from the burned districts
in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and
Montana, estimate that the recent
direst fires destroyed or damaged
mure than 750,000,000 leet of timber
in  the four states.
I Converted into merchantable lumber, it is estimated this timber
would have supplied building mnter-
iul for the construction of from
5n,UUU to 55,000 tour nnd live-room
cottages, or enough to house
entire population ul uny city in
Imn' states named.
'l'o reduce this timber to commercial uses would keep mil sawmills in
the inland empire busy live to six
ni.mills, while at Hie prosont cost oi
cutting un.l marketing an army oi
skilled und ordinary laborers would
have received $7,500,000 in wages.
i''..I.  Iiavies, secretary of tho Cocur
d' Uono   Timber    Protective assocta-
,1   Imn,  snys  lhat while  lhe  loss
mploment-  ''"' ""'  '"'''" M '''"''' ";; "Ul
1M,I  patches have Indicated, he ostlmates
llu' tlmbor   i.'ss    in   ihut  pail      of
N,.uli,'in  Idaho  is ».' less lhn" B00,-
000,000 feet.
Jamos P.  McGoldrlck, nl Spokane,
|.resident   ot   Ihe   Wosti i11   Pino   Mini"
facturors1  associi tion, bolloves      tho
losses  in   Idaho  have    i n    greatly
exaggerated, though ho admits     the
sii uai ion  probably Is tho «
tho history of tho     Pacific
west.
"According     to   recent   estimates,
there was 350,000,1  tt. "1 stand
Ing tlmbor in tho Inland Empire forests," Mr.  McGoldrlck snid.       " Tho
lumbei' Interests have I n hit bard,
and tho hisses arc enormous, but I
am ul the opinion thai many ot the
reports sent out wire gross exaggerations, nl course, 1 do not believe
this was Intentional on the i>nit of
the newspapei  correspondents."
Witli      111 i Xo,
; ■ in iih
its     doubt
lillllliia      will
il life
iles
i ll        in
Nui'tli-
Tno following is a list oi donations received by the shooting committee towards the prize list, for
which the R.M.R, wish to express
Iiuii  sincere  thanks:
Mayor uud council  $25,011
Captain it. .Smith   lo.on
Kootenay Lodge, No. IS, A F. & A. M.
'Uiu rogulm mi i'i
in-.', nm iiiilii in iln,
MASONIC TEMPLE, Uddfollnws'
Ball, mi ilm third
Mouaa> in oaeh
in.mill nl 8 n in.
S i-iiinc brethren
lire .'"im.illy wal-
ci *ii*.'.
J. T. POLLOl K. Mi-1'ii.
CHAS. J* AMAN   si   m.i ill
•SKLK1KK LODGE 12, I. O.O. I".
Moul.. ovftry Tlillrs-
dRy   eveliiiiK   iu   8t»l-
ikirk Hull aft o'clock
^^^^^^^^ FVisitiu,; brethren tiro
cordially invit.il to ntiend.
BSSQCAREBRIliQS N.n,    I. MATHIB sei-
Cold Range lodge, K. of P.
No. 2«,  Revelstoke, B. C.
M -. ;     ->."rv     \\ isliii'- Ihi*   r \*
capt Third Wg lue day of eitrii
lhl   0 ' *•*   I   «•*. llii I
-* ' ;.        \   -ilu i: KuiffhlH
are i t im led
li A. Jli-UON ILH C   i'.
Q. H   lliii li ■>   K. nt U. As   and i'   ,.' I'.
Co i...
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meets in f. O. O I . Hull ncxl lo
T ip| . - - '', oi ii II uise, every second
ai i foui :h Monday in month,
Visiting   brethren    i llally    wol-
C. R., i 'lareni R II tn i i .
1.   . Sec. 11. W. Udwabiis
pi Iti Ml '     C 'MP \"   '
;■:   DI ■• -  "1: AMER.    \
■.-I.
A       - '    -
,   :    '*. ■* Wm. S. S
i       .
Speaking of his recent visit to B.
0., Mr, James White, secreury ot
the Dominion Forest Consorwttou
Commission, relets to the foresi fires
iu this province: "Forest tires and
water power hnvo been ,wu objects
to whicli I paid some nttentioi dur
Ing the time that 1 was I.i British
Columbia. Many Hies are caused by
absolute carelessness, and Iho Inw
will have to be made *ii"'i strlngett
if Ores are to he prevented. II il
mun is caught nnd con .'inted ,.f set-
I ting lire to a valuable piece ,'. forest lnnd through carelessness   ho   is
lined $511. 11 he sets liie to i in ise
Worth J.'iim he is liable to Iw co 1-
vlcted for arson.  "
"rues ore generall] found to be
due to campers, prospectors, or
sparks (rum passing locomotives,
Only one means will he effective iu-
uinsl. this, and thai h the adoption
ot drastic laws Increasing tho pen
nits i"i conviction.
"Tne lire ranging Bystem of    Itiit-
1''. J. l.yuch, goods 	
Bourne tiros., goods 	
ll. (J. Parsons, Golden ..
Revelstoke U. ^ a. Co.
Sawyor BroB	
.... G.50
.... 0.00
.... 5.00
... 5.01)
... 5.00
Alex. McRae   5.00
II.  .1. McSoiley   5.00
P. Burns & i'n  5.oo
i auadiua Bank ni Commerce .... 5.00
Hotel  Rovolstoko   5.00
l.ivcipie  uud   Walsh    5.00
.lames Walker, goods    5.00
t'hus. Lindmark   5.00
t'apt. .1. ('. Cm . . . upii ilili llieni Of
the CP.R. hike service, reports that
the II. t". lake Bteamer traffic tor
August wns the heaviest in the company's history.
WAlNTED
imi
to
i
If
is], Columbia :- all right
effect  the pre
must  go deeper than a system.
the punishment  for enri
not ma.ir more seven   dree will
be    lessened.    The commission
duties ot a purely advisoi j
'•'•'   .. i  the  information, thei
in regard to tbe i
•
t accept
the fault "i ' is.* * "mm *
Interior Publishing Co. ..
C. It. Macdonald 	
Imperial Bank of Canada 	
Lawrence  Hardware Co., goods
Abrahamson   Bros	
.1     \. Stone 	
\;..Nun.;  Hunk  	
I iiughtou an.l Tapping 	
li    AP K ,
It,  M. -Sini tin',  cups 	
II ip.nii  and Corning
I'uii'ipi   * i'n	
...i. ami  Door  in.
i.   Vi   Bell, .-	
.   Steam I.
V    11 Briggs
J.   A.   Mi
,, ;   '    minings Transfei  l
k   d my tbi .- . ,
■
.1 .Mel
Zbc ADafMberalfc
DAY,  BBPT.   II,  1810
e u
. .
the
■    . ite     tbi
' ' the j
■
i. • :  om,
lorg. •       I
in
it then
t visil   - ii. the i ity at tba pn
time, and       ■ •     haalse *
.*   * •   • .    tation as a  mi 11
polii and      tourist
centre.
STRADDLE  *i\
following fi
rent numbei
"Tin   trouble witl
Will       il.
BJ '
Ave per cenl
of tbe mainland,   I
■
*
■
...
■
,.i.
•
turns  Irom  an  nn
'.   in
[I
an orchai
•...   fruil  roi * dtol
il
ing  gi
'
of fi 'h*r-
ries, plums,
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.no
4.00
.
2.50
.
POR    SALE—Typewriter,  Remington
,   No. il.     Apply Mall-Herald Office,
WANTED—Apprentices tor Dressmaking.      Apply  this ollico.
WANTED—Miners and Muckers.    Ap-
l    ply to J. 0. Bradley, Hotel llcvel-
|   stoke.
WANTED—To Rent, house furnished
tor two months. Apply to Vi. J.
Armstrong, Third St., city.
TOR S\LK W.lli'llollse.illSliU'lti'i
li.ii-. Apply III* vki siiiki: s.iu Mil.i
tu
WANTED To rent, n house, by Oct.
lirst the latest, three in tamily, no
children. -Samuel Hunter, Fourth
SI ami McArthur Av., or P. 0.
Moi 402.
«v
Come and
Visit the
3d&
*
.
TAX SALE OF LANK
For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that, on Wednesday, the 12th day of October, A, D., 1910, at the
hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, al lhe Court House, Revelstoke, B. C, I shall offer for
sale, at public auction, the lands in the list, hereinafter sel out of the persons in the said list
hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by tlie said persons, on the 131st December,
L909, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if not
sooner paid.
List ahovj: Mentioned
Revelstoke, B.C.. Sept. 3rd, 1910.
E.    EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR,
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept 27 to Oct. 1st.
-    ' Sept  -iih   to
-   ■  _■      good to return until
th.
Rate     Single Fare and
One-Third for the Round
Trip.
NICOLAi
C
IT  L^-INT)!
Here's a woman never   heard o'
WBITE SWAN SOAP.
Ain't  it   awful—the prevlence o'
ignrence?
Enny woman that don't know
ain't a good wife er mother.
Yours Soapiiy,
ANN NONYMOUS.
Fliqht Across Atlantic
■    * trom Mi litres
P.R,   o.T.R.   anil
•   s'.H. nn *   :      Dili   with    thi
11 *m ■ nl in nn    aggrea
■   Bd1 • ■ •    i..
t: ■     Back   to tl
s       ■■ i: *   **..* ..* ni i    11
ii|i
•   land*.  ;* it * '!*■■■ '   -m il
. -'i in '• ■'»<, "i *■'• ■ -. ng tin- wm mt*.
Africa.'1
H ii to be b"pM that    lOmtthing
  '
■
Innl;'
luacioui in quality, an  ■ n
Orapei iiiv.r tli" hill * li    anil   on plai ■
ol the viilloys produce  paachna,     lh   |»i rei
i il iiii'.iii    f.    ■    .
llaplace California mnl ki*
■ ccepl nrangi    and    ich, I * * '
. i   whi ii  the   ni I    pete next
•   h Columbia fruit ranchnre      be ■   110,000 rn'
■ mi,iii to pack their (rull I       metal at roplam
meani thai the homo market      win   A-imii t will ti nix
lull   right     Into iintinii di tltni      Phi   irorld   »UI   taep nl
lap, in return the prairie    will iup   tblngi    that   will   I ■ ■ lhal
riy   Britiuh    Columbia   with wheat night."
Wood and Coal
For Sale
Lifp.   Accident and   Fire
Jni-urance.
Cily nml Suburban Lota.
Residences.
Full particulars upon application to
W. B. Robertson
PHONE 73
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Teacher of Voice. Piano and Organ
*   ; u,''l [i i Toronto Conservetoi)
..I Mi
|,oc«l Kxaininal
Studio:   Second Street
o
!_,    Second Hdnd Store
illi    ri mi. ,TOKH
:-1 W   AND
SPECIAL  REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$8 50
$7.50
.
*
Couth
N'ami: nr I'ii; iin
School
'
Ahskhi ki.
Sunn t
DkR( IIIITtOS ill*'  PltOI'HHTY
Taxis
ItATU
INTIIKST
AMI
Kxr'siiM
Total
1 ill.ml..Mi    (I'luin.'i
I.'i  1 .nnl 1
ouse, Ink. 1, Towni r AiTowlioud
27 15
lu (in
II   I.'i
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III 20
n ni'i-, \'. mill   Y.
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nip 1, Kootenay District
In SI
8fi
2 110
18 ii:.
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(ill 25
21 Hi",
2 110
03 20
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12 (HI
2 (10
158 im
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:i 20
8 05
2 00
28 15
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8 05
,1 70
2 00
2S 95
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128 00
11 55
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111 55
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11 85
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17S 95
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1 III llll
12 In
2 on
151 45
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22 80
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II 511
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168 95
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7 20
2 00
89 20
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2 15
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111 15
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1 70
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83 10
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED  I85S
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund •    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ail the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Br.inohcn      Interest allowed at highest current  r      .
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
iromptly filled
F. McCarty
Wc ''
 ill    "I     Hou
I....
HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR  MENS  CAST-OFF
CL0THI, G
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Oaah Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23   400 to   4.75 for 2 and   2.50
4 Suits, Size 24   4.00 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25   3.50 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 26   3 50 to   4.00
2 Suits, Sizo 27   3.50
»
12 3 pi- ce Suits, 2'/ in 33, $5 anil $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon S Sutherland
Fl I-REFORM CLOTHING
A WBDNi
/
i
,
jgSDAY,   SEPT.   14,   1910.
P.*. I
MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 8
■. ■'    :: a .A."S     ;M knows  he is dressed
j ! by a tailoring organ-
M                       ' ;       t;ia izalion   lhat  has  no
■vMfi tv •    i          , ,
an has confi-
nce only in
what he knows
look:
i. o o Iv
AND
U 13 A1) :
Aolii.il comparison of Eastern Catalogue prince, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Fit-Reform Suits give
that confidence which
a man feels when he
superior in the world
\    | V ol lashion
'St M>' F'lRf S
/lllv'i'&ll      i'',:'; V; ■ rit-Kelorm     Su
IP  IU   If:-   ■   ! '*..- expres
1  || thougl
/w     ^^^        W Be   guided  by them
V and be correct.      134
its
express the real style
its.
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
S< e \:\' nta in Revelstoke.
s racs.T*BHK:;ssisj: ■
oars, Windows. Moulds
&*■
Write for Price* to
Revelstok
REVESTOKE, B C.
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Dining Table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
..      ii      1,
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
Winnipeg price
50c.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.33
2.40
5.10
Weight Freight Total Howson's Price delivered
101b.       23c. 73c. " "      70c.
1501b. $3.53 $10.72 "          " $9.60
1651b.       3.87 K.42 " "     14.40
121b.      28c. 1.16 " "       1.20
1501b.       3.52 12.47 " "     13.00
1601b. 3.76 15.01 "          " 14.00
601b. 1.41 4.96 "          "     5.20
C8lb, 1.59 6 94 "          " . 7.20
601b.        1.41 3.81 " " 4.00
751b. 1.76 6.86 "           "     7.20
" 16.50
We make mir profit by shipping in car load lots, thereby Having freight rates. Itring
catalogue giving description of oilier goodn not specified in thin lint to our store and we
Will prove our statements.    Remember wo deliver goods and sel up free from breakage.
P
IKAVSON   &   CO     -    REVELSTOKE, B. C
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
enlarged ami Imptoved.     First-Class in every respect.    All moilern convenience
hiu***;!' Sum pie Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per clay       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR  EDMUND  WALKER,  C.V.O.  LL. D.,  D.C. L.,   PRE8I0ENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  SENERAL Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL. $10.0CO.CC0   RESERVE FUND. $6,000,000
IJILAD OFFld: TORONTO
LONDON, ENC: 2 Lombard Street, EX.       NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITV: Avcnidlsan Francisco, No. 50
In addition to the offices nainol ibovetho Bank hns branches
In 11\ 1 iry I 'i> i\ inc< iof Canada 1 incld linij ill the m< >sl impi >rtant cities)
iim! in llu- principal Pacific Coast51 i| ortsof tbe United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections nnd
other bunking business in thc ler iti.i\ emeu il by these branches.
REV ..STOKE    BRAVOH—A     H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest  the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ^XBERT     STO.TSTE      JFIROX3
TH£ REVELSTOKE WINE & SPSRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    !B.  Cl.
ttnwHc
i
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
i
You will buy "The Traveller" shoe this
year because you will hear about il hear it
often—hear of it: from the makers, and they
know everything that is in it, from the lust
touch of the outsole to the top of the uppers.
You will hear of it from tlie dealer, and he knows
"The Traveller" shoe fi'om what his customers
tell him, and you'll buy it again because your
own judgment will tell you it's a different shoe
—a better shoe—a shoe that not only fits, but
always stays fitted, because the unseen parts
are built on honor—there is no "sham" in
"The Traveller" shoe. Remember they'll fit—
we have a last for most everybody.
ASK YOUR DEALER IOR AMES-HOLDEN SHOES.
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
Yi. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of a 1 kinds n>a ly  carried   oi
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on nny class
of work.
Pr   ont     Street
Don't Miss It
The Eighth Annual
Fruit Fair
NELSON,   B.C.
Three Days
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Friday,
September 28,29,30
Full nf surprises in Kmit,
Vegetables, Poultry, Mineral
Lumber and district exhibits
$3,000 IN PRIZES
SEE THE ATTRACTIONS
PHOF.   DARNELL      The
l'Viu'ess Ai'i.iniiiil, will in iko
ii balloon ascension ami Parachute Leap daily,
THE LEOJOE TROUPE
lhreu ladies and 2 men in
Iheir unparalleled ami refined Bicycle Act.
THEFIVEFLYINGDAN-
VARDS-Engaged at. an
enormous ixpenae, lately
featured with Rlngllng Bros,
the aerial marvel*, in long
leaping and casting act 50
feet in the air.
La Catella and La Follctla
The Fool and lhe Circus (iirl
s
Reasonable Prices
PAGE WHITE FENCES
Pile r<*-nce» wfiir first—Stylet (or Lamia, r.rk. 1'mms anil Rallrnada. 1*1,000 mile, oi Pasa
Vn.y .. i-l 71.000 rate Gates now In uie In Canada. Our 1910 Ith* ■** are belter than rrcr. Oat
out lalct prlcea uid booklet. q
VICTORIA AND VANCOISVOI
E. O. PRIOR & CO.
Imm mA (Utaa m Ito*
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. anil Ruhpon Avenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, ll. U.
Special AItenfion givi'ii to roinmercin
men anil ton; Ma. first-class Biunple
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithine, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Fruit, Candies, CiRiirs,To!>accc.
Meals 3S cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mai.i/'.'i   ■*! fur alt i .p.-.- ■•* nf  bnildtufii
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIBF. BRICKS
For ula in li K'i >>r small r)rnnttiloB.2£ !
Ht the lowest prico- lur cit.'li
All kinds of building and plastering
ut dor okoD
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Portland
Cement
I.A Uli 10 STOCK
ON  11 AMI OP
Josson Brand
BELGIAN OKMENT
lill  lllll III    I
R. V. Winch
C& Co., Ltd.
SlHTCSNOI'S til
11.iiii. Ward .V: Uo., Ltd.
Vancouver, 11. C.
Amateur Athletic Sports
under auspices of Y.M.C.A.
Hi illi ox Con tests, i.nn Saw-
in*.', I.";; Chopping Contests
innl nunieruus other allrac-
lillllN.
.S,e Daily rioi'iain.
Rxcumlou RuteB on all Transportation lines.
J. E. mm,   G. HOHSTEAO,
President.        Secretary
P. O. Box :W2, Nelson, II. O,
©hanaoan Collcoc
SummerlanB, B.C.
COURSES   FOR   1910-11
Preparatory; Rigl) School; Two
Years University; Business, Including Stenography and Type-
writing; Piano; Vocal.
Separate residences (or young
men ami young women.
Well cpuippcil gymnasium.
I'.V I.l.  Tl.UM  I ll'I.NS Skpt.   21.
I'or Calendar atul further particulars address ihe Principal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
Spend Too Much Money
In  reply to  a query   "What fundamental  reason  is there  for  the present iinioi.i." Mr. Uabuoii, lecturer on
economics  at   Harvard   and    London
universities, states emphatically, tkat
we are spending too much in.iiiej.
Everybody, he says, is upending tbo
much money.      Not only  individuals,
but  llrms, corporations,  citieB,  atat-
es,    the     nation, are spending      too
much.  How can things improve when
we  have  no  money  saved  to  invest?
Who saves     money? People have got
to have luxuries, and euu't  be bored
with the idea ot saving. Uur habit of
mind  has  got  to   bo  that    we   must
have what our neighbor has.  We real
ly accept this as  the    reason      for
spending money. Next door they have
an automobile.  It is convenient  an.:
pleasant. So the neighbor must have
one too.  A  woman  will  buy    a    fur
jacket because her Irii'inl has one. We
are perfectly frank nnd naive    about
it. Men cam  J25U0 to 13501) a    year,
and  their  wives buy  luiurics     -unite
openly for no other reason than that
people two or three times as well ofl
1 have them.
Besides    assigning    the      increased
cost ol living to general     extravagance,   partly   because  such  extravagance -detlccts laborers Irom the    production of necessities—turning    tham
! iuto bootblacks, waiters and so forth
Mr.   Babsou  assigns  thc  increase    in
the     cost    of     living to six specific
causes:    The increased production    of
gold, the high lain!,  the short hours
of workmen, increased    consumption,
the trusts, and finally national      expenditure and  increased taxes.        On
the lirst two of these causes    it     is
unnecessary to dilate. As to    shorter
hours,   there  are   111,000,000   workmen
in the  United  States,  and Mr.   Babsou asks whether it is po .......
22,000,000 hours of work, or ten million hours, eiiual to the daily work
ot from one to two and a half or
even five million men a day, can be
done away with without its having
some economical efiect. As tor high
prices,, being due to the increased consumption of gold, Mr. Bahson oBers
this remedy:
"I have no doubt that before very
long the state will control the production of i'"l'l In thc middle ages
there was no national currency, and
anybody who had gold could use it
as money. Bit hy bit the state has
taken over this matter as coinage
until now it would be a criminal offence for you or me to coin money
no matter if we wure making it out
of the purest gold or silver in the
world. I believe that hefore long
this principle will be applied to gold
mines. If a man finds gold he will
report to the government, and the
government wil: buy the mine ofl
him, and will work it so far as may
be necessary; but the nations of the
earth will combine to limit the gold
supply and to keep gold at a fixed
value. The best theoretical way of
finding a standard of value would be
to take the prices of the various necessities of life—say one hundred and
fifty of them—and use the mean price
as a standard of value. This has
been advocated, and is, of course,
ideal, hut I do not believe It is as
practical or that it would in the
long run work any more satisfactory
than governemnt regulation of the
gold output."
Tliere  are no deail (lies   lying   about
when
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
arc used as directed.
All  Druggii'N  Grocers   and   Gcneikl    Dctlcri
tell tlicm.
B. C. Aviator's Success
Victoria, Sept. 13.—Reaching the
height of twenty feet Mr. W. W. Oib
son, inventor and first operator ol
this province, flew last week ln a
40 horsepower twin plane over two
hundred feet without descending to
the earth.
Mr. Gibson's twin plane on which
lie hns been working for the past
two years is of unique design and
construction. It measures fifty-four
feet with a width of eight feet. The
planes nre placed lengthwise and con
trolled by a single lever which guid-
i s the course of the airship.
Kadi plane measures twenty
in length and is eight feet wide
Iramc of the twinplane Is built
Douglas fir supplemented with
hundred springs girded with wire
whicli it Is claimed make the machine  indestructible.
The engine Is of 40-horsepower,
weighing 200 pounds, and fs similar
to that used by all well known aviators.
feet
The
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Open New Sanitarium
Dr. C, J. Fagan, provincial health
ollicer, is making all arrangements
for the opening ol the tuberculosis
sanitarium at TraiHiuille, near Kam-
loopi, Lieut. Gov. Paterson will
preside nl this ceremony which will
take place on the afternoon ol Sept.
14th, today.
Moving Picture* tonight.
Moving Pictures to-nljht. I'l.--- 4
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE. B. C
WEI   'I38DAY,  SEPT,  l-l
Municipal Finance
Among the many matters of vital
importance dealt with at the recent
Toronto convention of the Union
ol Canadian Municipalities, was the
address by Muyor KvaiiB, of Winnipeg; on "Municipal Finance." it was
pointed out by the Mayor that consolidated nnd Unified debt is more
marketable than a miscellaneous
debt.
During the past three years Winnipeg hns issued only stock maturing
in 1940 and has now listed ill London  $2,500,000 nl this stock.
A municipality that borrows on
broken lots of diflerent date socurl
ties ran never establish itself in the
London market In the wuy another
municipality oan wnicli has only
lhe one senility; and It is Worth
while being established In tho l.un
don market.
Arguing from the advantage secured by consolidation thus far, Mayor Evans recommended that a city's
school debentures should nlso be
combined with general issues.        li
dues not help Winuiprg's municipal
stock to have any other Winnipeg security ollered or quoted at n lower
price, as is at present the ruse with
school issues; nor docs it strengthen
the school district securities to have
a continuous position ol inferiority.
He is prepared to recommend to
the citj council and the sell ioi trils
tees that new legislation be applied
lor, and the change ol Bystem be
made. What applies to Winnipeg
would, hu thinks, apply to any municipality  similarly  situated.
Referring to the all-important matter of the management of a municipality's sinking fund. Mayor Evans
emphasized the desirability of its
collectedheing invariably and regu
larly levied and collected, also that
it should be kept intact as a separate fund, li must be beyond quest
ion nt all timcB that a municipality
is strictly living up to its oldign
tion to provide for the redemption of
securities.
The rate of interest, it was poinl
e.l out, upon which the sinking fund
is calculated Bhould never be higher
than the rate of securities tlienisel
ves bear, ami Bhould preferably be
lower.
lu Mayor Evans' opinion, the whole
duty .if the trustees is not performed
in merely preserving tbe capital
sums in tlirii hands trom Impair
ment and causing them to earn not
less than the basic rate ol Interest.
Subject t" these conditions, the trus
tees should use the fund to advance
the credit ol the municipality's securities in the market. In this con
nection be considered that the mosl
useful Investment for a sinking fund
is the municipality's own securities
purchased ln the open market. Hut
there is tins qualification, ol course,
to the procedure ol which the Mayor
approves, namely that   expendii
and   un.In takings   shall     be     ol       a
s.'i t  t" keep adoquati   thi   city's has
ic assets—otherwise     sell Investment
ul sinking lund   iei imi s but a
strap" support.
The problem of as
defined by Mayi i   Evans
eluding remarks, is on the
■   lor  real   HI I I
real needs onlj    and
ti    fix  rates that  will e      a
burdei. to the commun tj    while mak
ine the rates inii-*, tab
obligations,     There  i u
Wiuuiug credit   :u   the  man*.*
absence ol evidence ul discrimm
and economy, but
lhat ezpendlt tree ai >   .
not out ot proportion to
to ability  tu rr,,u>, then
the study  ol  the mu
to raise u mui
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knowledge ol ma rkei
*.ry   to  a .uslaiit.rti   I
Nelson Shields tor local Schools
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lit. Hon. Lord Strathi   . i
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the 1
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and      distributing
shields; an I
tiny     contribution    I *
them,  and  aid   men   Ballol i'
tutes  lor  men  ol  the  Royal       Navy,
Merchant .Ships, etc.. In ' anada and
ail nvei   the wm lil.
These Nelson  ihleld      are     highly
valued   lor   their   patriotic   and    educational  uses  in  the  universities, colleges mnl  schools  where  they  are al
i"iidy  placed.
Private colleges and Bcbool arc
eligible to receive tho Nelson shield,
and should apply for Hum.
Railway lime Table
The following is the new summer
timetable ol lhu C. P. U., showing
limes ol arrival and departure oi
train at Itevelstoke.
WESTBOUND
No. 1 arrives G;U5, departs li:-,") a,m.
No. '.17 arrises '2:2b departs 3:45 p.m.
.\of o arrives -l;i)5, departs o:lo p.m.
KASTBUL'M)
No. - arrives  12:38 midnight,      do-
parts I'J.lii midnight.
No. Uli arrives 11:30 a, in., departs
]1:&U a. m.
No. G arrives 7|20, a.m., departs
7:40 a.m.
AUUUnllK.U)   HUAMII
Loaves   Rovolstoko 7:40   a. m., nr
Ivea Revelstoke 1:30 p. m.
Mails Close
The mails close at Hevelstoko as
allows:
For eastern  points—9  a.  ni.       nnd
p. m.
For western points—4:25 p. m, and
:45 p. m.
For southern  points—9 a.  m.
City mail boxes are cleared week
days at 7:45 a.m. and 3:15 p. m.,
and Huuduys at 3:15  p.  tn.
Prompt Settlement
Itevelstoke, B.  0,, Aug.  ISth.
W. ll. Robbins, Esq.,
Agent Columbia Fire
Insurance  Co.,  Itevelstoke.
Hear Sir,—
1 have to acknowledge with thanks
cheque of the Colurubiu Fire Ins.
Co., for $9U0.00 iu settlement of my
claim for loss at Salmon Arm, and
thoroughly appreciate the manner in
Which this claim wus settled
Yours truly,
S.   McMAHON.
NOTICE
Rovolstoke Land District.
District of  West  Kootenay.
Take notice that 11. Vi. Crawford,
ul Hei raid, D. C, occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission
to purchaso the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains trom the south east corner
of Fullmer'a pre-emption, Lot 7491,
thence west lu chains along the
.~i ml li boundary ol Lot 7491, thence
south 25 chains, thence east 40
chains, thence north 25 chains to
point ol commencement.
Dated   August  Ii7th,   1910.
HECTOR vv. CRAWFORD
Located by Vi.  E. Glenn, Agent.
NOTICE
I*', i-rlMoke Land Dislrii i,
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EXAMINATION      FOR   INSPECTOR
OF     STEAM  BOILER    AND
MACHINERY,
EXAMINATIONS    for  the  position
ol  Inspector  of   Steam  Boilers    and
Machinery,   undei*   tho   "Strum   Boil
ers  Inspection  Act,   1910,"    will    be
held at the     Parliament   Buildings,
Victoria, commencing November 7th,
1910, Application   and   instruction
forms can he had on application   to
the undersigned, to whom tho former
must he returned  correctly  Oiled   In,
not later than October 34th,   • 1910.
Salary $130.00 per month, Increasing
at the rato of $5.00 per month    each
year to a maximum ol $ls(I.OO.
JOHN PECK,
chief Inspector ol Machinery,
New Westminster,  11.  0.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
Dominion Lands
Railway Bolt of British Columbia
The dale for Ihe coining into tare
of lhe new regulations has lici i
changed,   A now dale will lm sol latei
Until I'nri lin- notice nn entries In 1»
grunted in the New Wesliiiina'er dis
trict ami ens' of Range Y.I, nest i I
Sixth meridian inclusive.
P. <;. KKYE8,
Secretary.
(li lawn, .lun.' 11". 11)10.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District.
I Hs rii'i ol Wesl Kootenay.
Notice is li.'iido given that (todays
after date heieof I. ISruist Eilwiud
Hall, of Hereford, Kngland, occupation aiubitect, intend lo Bppl) I" tin
Chief Commissioner i I' Lands, for permission to purchase the following ilc-
sriilii'il lands:
Commencing nl a post planted at
lbe south-wet col ner of li. .(.Dylan is' pre-emption, Ciiilunn Hay, Wist
Kootenay District, B.C., and uiaiked
"Ernest Edwaid Hub's N. E coiner
post,' ilirii, i* III ehains Boullii thence
80 chains wesl; I hence 2H chains north: *
thence lo chains ensl: llieuce 20 chains
north; thence 20 chains easl to poinl I
of commencement, containing in all
Iiki acres more or less.
Dated this lHih day of June, 11U0.
Ernest Kuwahi) Hm.i.,
aug 10 mid II. C. Hall, Ageul
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of Wesl Kootenay,
Take notice thai   I,  10. MuUalirnn of
Arrowhead, B.C.. occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to
purchase tho follow ingdescrilii il lands:
Commencing at   a  poet  planted at
the  Northwest   cornel   ul   Led   S-'M,
SiJ   i tins u* sl: Ihence BO > hains
h tu T.   L,  li D70: Ihence 80 chains
I he In   I'.I.  101178 li* lhe
L.iki*   shore:  i hence   a w.'      he   lake
I-,  ni ii commencement, con-
.. tiiin.ii- a .ii,ii eighty ,*i* res
EllVl Mill   M ( fi All HAK.
i he id, II. I *., .I'.n- -su. i'.'i
jij 2112m
ACADF:.M\ OF MUSIC
PROF   A.   DE FEO
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Land Disti
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known iu i he wind ior Hotel,
Dated Aug. 20th, 1010,
11. J.   llAMRHV.
REVELST0K
WPf^K Local Industry
D
<aar«*H» patronjze
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YOUR
ie cTWAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock gf  printing  papers is large
and well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
^Account Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms •• Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents f r the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash WEDNESDAY, BBPT. 14, 1910.
THE MAIL HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
P.R.8
The Elevator is in porfect
working order these days
Take advantage of it to
get to the Hargains in the
Drygooda Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the eitizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
We are giving our Special
attention to Freeh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and pee the assortment.
Pretty Hair Dressing
No matter how generous nature has heen
the prevailing modes call for such quantities that it is necessary to havo aids to
pretty hair dressing. We have Coils,
Uraids, Switches, Turban*, etc. New
lot of Knglish and French Sanitary llnir
(ioods on show these days.
Percale House Dresses
It needn't cost much to keep ronl nnd
pleasantly dressed at homo with such
trig, cntuforluble frocks as we are showing these days, and then the necessary
washing guarantees are there.
At $3.50
New Arrivals
New Paisley Uuchinga
New Dutch Collars
New Early Fall Underwear
New lvnbroidery Linens
New Flannelettes
New Percales
Iron Beds. Mattresses and
Bedding
We have a full line of Iron Beds ranging
in price from $8 to $25. It will pay you
to examine these goods.
Health Brand Mattresses, all sizes in
four qualities. The best medium and
low priced mattress on the market.
Fruit J
ars
A car of Pickling Crocks, one, two, three
nnd five gallon. Also new sealers, pint,
quart and half-gallon. The demand is
unprecedented for these containers this
year. (irft yours before the assortments
are broken.
Teas and Coffees
Sunbeam Tea, our own blend, put up for
us, branded C. B. Hume & Co. You have
our guarantee as to quality. -10c. and 50c.
per lb., in 5lb. packnges    1.75, and   2.25.
.lust now we have a special tea at a
special price—:! lbs. for if 1.
A special buy I ■:' US in possession of a
quantity ot extru quality Mocha and
Java Coffee. We grind this or pulverize
it in our electric mill and we would
advise you to buy a lb. at 50c, or 51bs.
for |2 25.
Clothing Hints
Tlie law compels you to wearclotl.es. Self-respe
nnd good taste compel you to wear good clothes.
Every man is interested in the clothes question.
Most men enjoy being well dressed. Tlie law and
the climate compel attention to the subject even
among those who might overlook its importance.
Some men go through life making mistake upon
mistake in buying clothes. They either pay too
much, too little or pay just enough, but do not get
what they pay fur. If you will read the few facts
here given and renumber them, you will have
learned something aboul good and stylish clothes,
how they are made and how to obtain them, lhat
will save you trouble and save you money for the
rest of tour life. 20:h Cintury Brand garrnen'e
are all pressed absolutely with hand irons. Ready-
made clothes are pressed off on pressing machines.
20 h Century Brand pressers donntsh. |.eotir garments. The shape is tailored into them before
tbey reach the pressers. Garments that nre shaped
wiih the iron are quickly unshnped by the weather.
Tbe edges on 20ih Century Brand garments are
shaped so evenly and perfectly that the presser has
little or nothing to do in the way of stretching or
shrinking.
Bed Comfort
The fall patterns are
bt-aittitui
All the new
designs
We are now showing our
new assortment of Maish
Comforts—the latest designs
in silkolene, sateen and silk.
These comforts arc known
throughout the country for their
"warmth without weight". Made
by a special process, of the finest
snow-white cotton, they arc the
same downy, fluffy thickness
throughout. No lumps. No thin
places.
Come in and sec our assortment
Maish
0
There is no other comfort made
that we can recommend as highly.
You will like the Maish coverings, plain and bordered.
A new stock of
the famous Maish
I.iminated Cotton IXiwn Comforts in prices
from
$1.75
to
6.00
Very light and
warm. Choice
colorings in bordered effects.
Come in and sco
our Hlock. It is
a pleasure to
BbOW gomls.
A Snappy Fall Suit
The new three-
button sack suit.
None of the frills or
millinery effects of
the past few seasens
—they are done.
Absolutely plain
and yet with all
snap and style re-
qnired by tho most
fastidious dresser.
Made up in choice
gray and brown,
soft-linished worsteds.
Prices
$24 to $30
Get It at Hume's
The Perfect Coat
Look at the lines
of this garment—
the swing, dash and
si)le of it—and tell
ub honestly if you
can duplicate it at
any tailor shop io
the country. Note
the collar and lapels, line shoulders
and free flowing
skirt.
Made in gray
and black woollenB.
Price
$20
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of Ihe store on
tho (iround l'Too., iB proving a
convenience. We have a fine
" Hobart" Electiic Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ^d Arrowhead
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Orders ! Ser.d the children
to tho Store ! Come yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large or too small Ior us to
handle. It pleases ub to see that
Customers get the best of attention.
\Wm Vage .
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
WEDNESDAY, BBPT,   tl,  1910,
AUTUM
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Thursday, Sept. 18th, and following dnys, we will have a display b.v far
: tost beautiful showing nf Trimmed  Hats that  we have ever exhibited.
Do   not  fail   to   see   the   display.   A   Delightful   Treat
Awaiting You.
New
Fall Suits
In ni
*■';, les.      (20 suits
tu hand
':*■. • ipresa .
I'*- :es range from
$18   le
12  and $25.
New
Fall Coats
Ladies'
ant
Misses' New and
Xty-
lish
Coats, I
ash
unable styles.      .Ins
the
coat
lhat is
becoming good dressers
REID
*   .   :?.—At Revelstoke,  B. ('..
;.     -'. ,*t.   13th,   1910,  t,      Mr.
:■.:: I Mrs. F.  11. Fret.:, h daughter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I * *   ;.     .   .-.:.    *v:
titles  "I  fish an-  being
the creeks    round    Albeit
i'any* a,
Yea Ij     •     •'■ *    iii' re     is .
gi  * *.   --.*.- ng  ie   the  rink  tomorrow   J
night, j|
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C,   V   .'.,.      * rei igned     Ins
• master at    Golden. |
d that capacity     f.*r i
ovei  20 years.
*.!.     ning I *i   the late
King Edward VII. continues for sis
•lur        -six
:. nths  ol Beml-i is i"      be
... ■ ved.
L'hh.-.   D,  Palmei   left  lust      night
lur Wii a peg   *  • *'   be will join the
track team of tbat city leaving   tor
treal tu  take part in tbe      Bve
amatuer eliniui'iou-sbiii ol
Canada.
ti amei Revelstoke has, owing t. the i .i Btage ot water in
the river, been tied up temporarily
and her crew lai 1 off. Should the
river raise ncaii. w.thiii tbe next
month anj any li..siuess offer the
Bteamer will make further trips while
the r.vi i   .-  im. Igable.
beeu  ma Ic    on
tbe (act t *t whi .i the
i.iik was  uiiiiit
...i.- scarcely  an>
ty tanl li   would
'   ' If a  i* R   lire
which
•  ■       ase.
II Premiei
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ro-TCSKEjerK.-'
FLOUR
To those who have not yet tfiven Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AM)  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per !b. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A.HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
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Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of y<'ur business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
credence.
II,, yoi
Tin   tli
nighl.
Do you know'
proceedings,
Drossed In overalls and n yellow
nun coat, I'nt Hums luis recently
in en superintending the altii>i>iiiK
ui cuttle from Strathmoco. Mr,
Burns in not above tho business that
made him a millionaire, and is ad-
dltlon, be is the best friend tho
country press has bnil in  B.  0.
Advices from Montreal state tlml
Mr. Hubert Kerr, pasaengel trallic
manager ol the Oanadian facidj
Railway and steamship lines, havlny
attained the age when be deems it
wise to give up the active duties of
his position, has asked to be released. He will rctivu .':i Oit. 1, t-" be
succeeded by Mr.  J.   t)   li.   t'ssbe:.'
There is a rumor in tho air that
tho crinoline is to bo revived. Tho
hobble skirt now in use by ladles
is the ultimate limit in une direction
and the rebound is likely to bo lie
same to the opposite ultimate* The
crinoline is not tbe best expression
of beauty in attire, bui it. is a thoiis
and times better than tlio glorified
p.il alu sucks which tho svuinen, that
in sume women, encase iheir nether
limbs.
! The morabors ol the Revolstoke
I'lub iiiiiI Iheir friends had a dollght
fui trip down tho Columbia river
Ihis week un the s.s. Revolstoke.
Owing to the stale ot the water the
Bteamer did not go beyond Green
Blide, where the day was spent * The
party indulged in a little shooting
uiul fishing, beguiling away the time
in various ways. After having a
must al fresco lunch the return trip
was mado towards evening, a very
pleasant outing boing enjoyed,
i      SOCIAL m PERSONAL
' H. Manning has been visiting at
the const.
.Mrs.  li.  s.  MeCarter lias returned
from a visit tu liunll.
i    Mrs.   W,   1.   Briggs   will   receive    uu
Friday  next,  the 16th.
I Mrs. .1. P. McLennan will nut receive Friday, the icth.
j Miss l.ibby Hobson, ul Rochester,
N. Y., is a guest ol Mis. A. Hobson,
High   Chief   Hanger     Hand,  ul    the
I. el.  V., is visiting  thu  local  bulge.
j .Mr. und Mrs. Ralph Simpson, ut
llnlena Hay, were in lbe city yesterday.
Mr. A. Hobson returned un Saturday from a trip through Kastorn
Canada.
Mrs. A. I'raig and family, of Trout
Lake, are in the city the guests uf
Mrs. w. Tomlinson.
K. Edwards is the local delegate
from the BChool board to the Annual Convention uf B. C, Bchool
Trustees  held   this  week   at   Keluwiiu.
Mi. an.I Mrs. v.s.i lameron, ul
Milestone,  Sask.,  l.u    for  Kolowna,
II. ('., .ui Saturday, after visiting
their nephew, ll. C. Cameron, uf
this city  for a lew .lays.
Weil Protded
urn— Wmnwm&m ■""■■—■——*■****■* ■"
1
Uritish Columbia is being praised
fur a recent regain1 iuu thnt makes
the use uf lite savin;; iipnrutus com-
pulsory ia the mines uf tbe province. The particular appliance
nia.le obligatory un mine owners is
n machine tu pump      oxygen     into
the mines in case ol accident. Hitherto Germany hns been the only
country ia the world where the use
uf this aparatus was compulsory. At
tlie present time nn agitation is being promoted tu nlTurd better protection fur (he millers uf 1'eusylvaii-
ia, ami Mr. Roosevelt's recent visit
lu some ot tlie mines is very likely
iu result in some plain speaking un
the subject hy the ex-President, la
the meantime ihe miners ul British
Columbia may be considered tu be
among the best, protected in the
world.—Mnil -Umpire. i
Enforce Game Laws
H is ihe inii'iiima uf ibe provincial governmenl t" strictly euforco
lhe protective natures uf lhe gaine
laws, ami especially iu Insist Hint
ihuse taking advantage ut the ox-
omptions aflordod free miners, pros
pi'ituis iiiiiI surveyors, shall he ns
the   law      directs,   "actually  engaged
in buna n.ic placer    mining m- prospecting."
Kissiny ilie Book
'I'he Australian parliament is ink
ing action tu abolish the old custom
uf kissing ibe book when taking the
uatb ill court. The custom lias been
ahulished lung ago in England but
iu Canada, Australia and sume ui
Ihe outlying parts uf the empire il
is still retained. In moving the see-
i.inl reading ul the bill Mr. Trlcket
said that lhe present mode uf kissing
the bunk, when taking the uatb was
aa objectionable and even nn insnni-
taiy practice. It. was known, Iuu,
that in many cases persons only pre
tended to kiss the book and others
shrunk [rum the ordeal from sensitive reasons. 'I'he bill would render
unnecessary this particular form,
aiiil all that would be necessary
would he fur the witness tu hold lbe
Bible in his band and swear " b.v
Almighty God to tell the truth, the
whole truth, und nothing hut the
truth." In lbe ease uf u person
whn  was  neither  a  Christian   nor    B
.lew, the uatb would be administered in nny manner which was now
lawful.
\s tu Ihe BUggestlon tbat it
would cuuse an Increase uf perjury,
the Times, in the same article, point
ed uut very forcibly thnt n perjurer
wus nut afiected by the form of oath
because be went into the Witness
box tu swear what suited bit ., or
the person who called him. Nu law
COUld   prevent  false  swearing,   though
u might provide f"i punishment on
detection.
1.0.1. Mice
know?
nd is at
the  lliak   Ii.iuuii
mpany   for
■ • ' tal labor bj
g out ■    irat oi   i
the  a.- ■ ■ tl   la' 01     on )
•■-    .. . t       I.a.m.
is scarce and t • b*   . I
i
be
*     *
\t a re-
;.       ! that city
I is,
..... we
:. n      The timi
:;■■:■
irtment
ers t. ttt) bai *
ilgnat
I    i..
Itct '■     ■ I..  ■
.. ....
Jim Hill baj '
i
...       . lunct
torj
that  the  le.ise  Ol  tt>   <   I'll.   Ial
■
•  lo by Preoldi. i h II.
he propcis. I placll
ti an      ' ' •    lake   "!' ■
aa !ar as Peor
t..n and    make   a strung bid '
Okatsgan traffic.       The l po :    I
t  ntirm'"!    but  hnt    it
■ tied da." n •  'i.e    iill   »tel
thnt »nme are incli-J-n   to    give
i ine  lady  mining  recorder and   t.i,
collector is among  tin ntmi
contained  in  the  lasl   cui rent
ber ul the B. C. Gazette.     It is Mis
lorstail    !•:,.i.i,..   m, i*' ■  *     ii... .., made
Grand  acting mining recordei   for Yal
till*
('lllll  t
hei.I    "1
o'clock
a* \t    . .11 ui).   of the    I
il   IVe it   l\ ii '■* tin)     will       be
*
in  the morning.
The
Inter  Schoi
iei     it  4:30  1     ::.
un  Friday  at It
Insion and revi
Ashcroft  district.
ullector for    the
A    large    English  (i ;.,i     tmpi
firm winch maki •■ •
.-■•'.iiiii    apples     ea.   adopted a i
■  ■      .    !■        a iving
-  pa t in -  ni" n ol the
acklng and  ibi] p ng     ul      the
[oi  exhibition  pur]
i      ■ ild  furnish many      at
tract is for I
K aid to 1 ■       in
Q It
'
■
R    II
.     on  :
■
'
•■ •   ■
*
*
t the hoi
■
Presentation
i in  M       *.   .   * ning  last.  the \lua
ior     Bible     class ol    the Mi
*    *       * * * church parlors to
dor     and
Mr.   C.   J.   Wurib,  physl-
e   \ .M.C.A.        The
resented    Mr.
•   ol  military    hair
,,i   token    "l      the
-vhicl
Sampson
■
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*
■
I It Is especially requested that nil
members of Court Mount Begbie.
No.   Hill, alien,I   ut   the   llelkirk   Mull
.rn Monday evening al  B p.m.,     to
meet High Chief Hanger llro. Hand.
Visiting Foresters cordially welcome.
A banquet will bo held at the Union
restaurant later in the evening.
Gentlemen  11.00,  ladies free.
O.  A.  HARTE,
0. R.
Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE BRIGADE NO. TWO.
Box  No.   H—Corner    Firsl    street
and     MeKeii/.ie    avenue.   O.   ll.   llu	
,v   Co,
i.,   Corner First     street
■in.I Ruk.i.y avenue, post office.
Box   No,   11.   Corner  Second  street
■
I
.
"Ihe Manxman '
*   . -I iiinei.i    Road   and
Box   No   17   Corner Third
ampbell   avenue,   Globe
.
Hoi   Ni       -    C I' ll      ■ .i
Fifth
ll;.I**  I
•it,', el
1 ,un
treol
■ lain ua
i. ■
i
■
name
SCHOOL BOOKS
High School Books
Public School Books
Exercise Scribblers
H ti I  ill   IIIP| lil  -
Bews' Drug Store
Nail Hum" tlooli
menl
ties  di
i"'
IJt.li,  nt the t'utirt   I i
I fur i ale
il       .:
* Di   en     r   .1,  I 109,      .. i
:
hut  it * :  ' *  ; ,...r
tervi ,,  • i. - .   *"
the i ale, through a pru| nrr.i n ol thi
pi opt 11 les being i ■■ lm mu l    by
settlement     Ior  thc nre *m
propel i les that arc     netuilly     nol'1
can be redeemed  -■■ I .i i     i wn   >•■ it i
of the dato "f sgle  by    I" . iii nt
of the sale prico "I i ba i ropi I >
and 12 pel cent, addition il interest
The sale will be coudm tnl i y '■'.
Edwards, leptity assessor and cul
I,ii..i, Rovolstoke ASI'* ne .1 B '
trict.
I.,  ni  the Rink
it
*
menl
Bishop Enthralled
\,    ,**.. i ybody will
ItMBUKOM  uufht,
cert Co ■       *
*
t.n,.  Auxiliary    nf    81      John's
hose   i'"pnlni    pi.■ '■.     and  a first
,**   ,-nimnie.
Tl *
il   i    ■ *     ire.woll    hu
i .ni to Mi   Cl   .1.  Worth un Monday
evening, n  pleasant   ' Imo bein •
al and       ti umnntiil  iiiusli      ami
game i being tin* chli I il tho
ovenlng,    folio ued     i>v  rnfrnshmenl
The lueiiiii"!    of thc Junior     Bibb
I  lil'.M   wel 0   pi enelil    hy   nivitiil mu      uf
JJn   LeajUCj uud t-wli yai'. In     tbe
*
*'    ■
* • '
* i   *.
le
In,I ' ,1. 'I   11    1,1 Inl     *■'
in. n .'I'
ll, "Theri I hi I hei  it  b« '     oi
ii,.*.    ..    * preached and  io v   b«
[n his add ' ' hal
ilu* empire was founded on faith an I
in  i*i i" pi*
uf the grenl   III tl ih      n     thai
brought  ihe empire to, nnd     main
tamed it, ut tho head ol lho world.
ith
..     \    Foote,
'   F tit
. ..
•  '
i   i■ ii   Hall No    '
■ al
*
i.i ■: . * .
14--I        Hall  No    l
.
P. H      rtdgi
 1 '  ' K tl  I
i .i kei
■   md anl
'
I ii.nl        i.i .I
:    mdicat *.i ■■
■ '
I sn  thus:        .U
I  Sl r.
m      ■        if box will also be
iii   Fire Hall,
FOR      lAtiM    i I two cal
.,(  in   i  * . Ri
Moving I'e i "•"•! t glil,
M *   ing   I'n lUlM   Iv-iugbt.
FALL  FOOTWEAR
We have now in stock a most complete line ol
Footwear for tlie Fall Tunic We have the exclusive
ngi'ticy for some of the very best lines made, anil sell
nil "in shoeti with the guarantee thai ihey will bo found
aatisfacton in everj particular. Our trade is incrcas-
every sciisuu, iiiiii " liMl'l-lHSS " " VASSAR " an.l
"CI/A8S1C" Shoes are household words.
THE WAVE OF FASHION
the: ^...
i>ids., Oxfords, Pumps
nnil Slippers in nil tlie
new lasts ami the best
leathers. Prices rang6
$3.00 in $6.00, nnd we
^ive tlu' same guarantee
with the cheapest that
ui' iln willi thi' best.
Classic Shoes
for Children
This is a line <>l which
we ure justly proud. We
flo nol think there ever
was .i lietter line made.
II you want j our children's feet to look well,
ami have shoes that wear
well, hay the CLASSIC.
We have them iu all styles, in patent, box  calf   and
Uuiitfola.    Kverv pair ^uuranteed.
THE "EMPRESS"
The linme thai sltuuls liiyliest .e* n ]in-etitiia; the last
touch "1 ilistiaction in Canadian women's shoes is
"HMl'RF.SS." Faultless in Style, Fil nml Comfort.
TliousHiuls an* wenring them to-day. Are you? We
are llle "HM1'RF.SS " nuents.
TTl^j&nium^
.vF.C>-,R.u.,Ct..«?.
khebhesgikzj:^???:
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and ynu should insist upon pHtlug tin- b"st al all
limis -ft 0111s*. Oui* ropulntion h.r nood bread is not
tho ii'sult nf ehance. (tin cUHtouiHrs w*e BntUfied tht
i»i:;s i*= th** iiiobI hitit-t'nWoiy bread Ihey enn buy.
Try ii and ynu witl become n regular t*u>toumr. Our
Ci nr.lies rue also in keeping with oui* bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O   Box 208
GKOCER & BAKER
Phone No  23
j
Quantity and Quality
General Groceries Farm Produce
Men's Furnishings     Boots and Shoes
McIntyre  & Son
Orders Delivered.
Phone 93.
COAL   COAL    COAL
Best Lump Coal for Sale, a'so Furnace
Coal.   Orders promptly attended to
S. G.  Bobbins,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
PHONE   60
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Bi gage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and S
Phono 278 REVELSTOKE. B.C.
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