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perfection in results it is
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Interior Publismng Co., Agls,
The Mail-Herald
Visiting Cards
interior Publishing Company
Vol. 17-No. 79
$2.50 Per Year
Further Evidencs Submitted at
lievelstoke-- -Uujtistness of
Timber Taxation
Lawrence Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Branched nr Ageuts a* all principal points inJCanada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada Notional Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Dar^rtment
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.   <
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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A nice range of warm underwear, all
sizes, in the best woolens of English
and Canadian makes.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, t First Street
Further evldenoe of the further un
just distribution ot the taxes over
the timber areas was given before
the Provincial Tax Commission at ite
Bibbing in this oity on Wednesday
morning by Mr. J, i\i. Keliie, who
gave throe loncreto examples to slum-
that the licttcr way to Ite just in
the assessment of these areas would
he to collect on Btumpage instead of
the present system. Mr. Keliie Instanced n case at the const where
thirteen timber limits ootttadnlng perhaps 5»,0<lO,OIM) feet irf timber paid
an annual license of $1S20, another
man with 113,000,000 feet, paid a
license of $ir>l(l a year, while still
another consisting of 31 limits with
perhaps 1.10,000,000 feet of timber,
paid a fee of $3910. This on the face
of it, he contended was not fair. The
more equitable way would he lo eolf
tect on the stumpnpe basis as some
of the areas in plnoes carry very
little timber.ftlThc-te timber areas
he thought were sometimes very difficult to carry nt the present rate,
and it was his contention that the
fee just now is sometimes veey burdensome. Ar far as he was concerned
ho would rath?r see the royalties and
fees undisturbed at the present time,
as such changes would hnve a bad
efloet on the trade nnd lead ouWide
investors to say that the government
baid no stability. In order to equal -
ize the assessment and make it more
fair he would like to see the limits
surveyed, but the chairman pointed
out that this would cosl a lot of
money to the government. Mr. Keliie
intimated to the commission that
the timber men eould employ their
own cruisers and then the government eould require an affidavit from
the lumber men as to thc amount
of timber on tbe limits. At this
point one of the commission inter -
jected that from his experience with
cruisers their estimates would not in
some cases bc worth* very much. Mr.
Keliie was nskea what in his opinion
would be the gnnual increase in the
growth ol timber in the bush, ami
he replied that there should he none
as there is always more or less timber falling to offset the actual growth  Of the  standing  trees.
Mr. (i. ri. .Mci'arter appeared bel
fore the commission to register n
kick against thc present system of
school taxation, nnd was of,the op
inion that this rate should be taken
from the general revenue. He toon
the case of Arrowhead where out ol
a total of $84t'. to be raised for
school purposes the Arrow Lakes
Lumber Oo. paid $3sl or nearly 50
per cent, while a few business houses
| and hotels practically Paid tha rest.
^ This, lie said, bore very heavily on
, the lumlicr company, and he thought
that it was not fuir because th'
concern happened to be in thc sehoo'
dlstriot that they should have to
bear such a heavy proportion ol tbe
school tax. He was of the opinion
that the income tax should be alio!
ishe.1 altogether as it is creating a
* nation of liars ami perjurers. No-
j bodyis going to tell the government
what his or her income is, and tlici**
is practically no way for thc govern
mentto tliwl out. The better way to
do would be to tax all visible assets
of whatever nature at au equal rate.
Hon. Price Kllison differed with Mr.
McC-ai'ler in this respect however, us
he thought the heavy tax on wild
lands should remain as il is because
it tended to encourage the clear.lg
up of these lamls and fitting them
for agricultural purposes. In regard
to the present poll tax Mr. MeCarter
thought it too low to thc maa who
paid no other tax and just $3 loo
high to the man who contributed
otherwise to tht support ot thu government expenses. He did not think
$5 too high. "Uut that would
elude the man with the
family," said Mr. Ellison,
well,"  Baid Mr. McCurter,  "we
concerned he thought il very (air nud
reasonable, Mr. Hume was asked il he
would prefer a lower rule and a slower
development of the country, or ihe pies
ent high rale ami the proportionate rapid
development, and lie replied that no map
objected io pay for what he wua gelling.
The commission at its close thanked
all the gentlemen who had proferretl
their suggestions for consideration,
Enthusiastic Frenchmen Cause
Trouble at Moroccan Port-
Paris Disavows Action
Berlin, Oct. (I.—A group of Prenoh
men hoisted the (Trench Hag over th<
fort at, Agadir, Morocco,   threatening
grave lutein at ious I complications.   It
is mm.uncoil thai ""ranee had claimed
a   protectorate   and   that  a   French
cruiser wns en route for Agadir,   Tl
French government Immediately (lis-
av iv ed the action,  and  as  it  is now
represented at Agadir, Instructed thi
French consul   there  to a«k the .Mot-
ocean authorities to take me. sores to
remove the Hag and end llie Incident
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. H. N. Coursier carries off two first prizes
with ROKIN HOOD FLOUR. The special prize
we offered and also for the best loaf from any
flour. If you want good bread use Robin Hood -
the flour of quality.
P. O. Box 208
Phono No. 23
have an ideal condition ot things."
He was then asked if he thought the
automobile owners should be taxed
for the upkeep of the roads, and he
repliea tbat no automoliile owner
would object to a $10 tax provided
lhat thc driver of a narrow-tired lum
ber wagon paid a tax of at least
Mr. C. B. Hume objected to hnving
to pay a tax on the whole stock
in  his store no  matter   what   load  it
carried. A good deal oi the stock in
stores he snid was not paid for and
it was his opinion that the liabilities
should be deductx-d belore the tai
was f^aced on lhe slock. Fifty per nnl
on a general stock he thought about
light. I'n lhc amount of thc stock paid
for he would not  object to paying a tax.
Many Matters of Local Interest
Tie Titular monthly meet ing of the
Board ol Trade was held on Thursday
evening there being present six mem
here and the sccretiry. Very liitl
new burnt.i sh wua introduce,! and the
mattera deslt wi'b were chii Ily thote
already under consideration at previous meetings.
The secretary reported that no re
ply had been received Irom the Cily
Council with reference to placing
electric si(.-ns at the Power P,ant, on
the City Hall and ou the Columbia
River trallic bridge. The secretary
was instructed to again bring the mat
ter belore the council. The C l'.K
through Supt. Kilpatrick, gave consent of the company to the placing ol
a sign at the s ation directing | aseen-
gers to mount steps for a view of tbe
city. This matter was referred Io the
vicj president, Mr. A. J. McDonell,
and the advertising committee.
The i|ue8tion of reduced freight rate
on coul Irom Fort William to Kevelatoke was reportetl on as adjusted sat
isfar.tori'y with a rate of $7 50 per too
grantid in place of Ihe rate nf $10.2!)
as at first dunanded by the railway
The Arrow Lake mail service has
been referred by Sir Thos. Sluugb
uessy to Mr. Ueorge Bury who wrole
that he would give the matter of the
delay in supplying accommtdalioi,
his attei ti >n.
The tecrctary, on behalf cf Ihe
special committee of whom no other
members were present, reported thai
Hon. Richard McBride and the lion
T. Taylor hail given the promise lo
take tbe Laml Registry Ollice and
Donioiisi iiiii ui Orchard i|uistioua up
up in their return to Victoria.
Several communications were pie
sented from magazine publishera Baking the use of different cuts illustrative of the city of Kevelatoke, for twin articles to appear thia fall.
The Goverment Which Has Been in
Power for fifteen Years Passes
Out of Office.
Ottawa,Oct li—The Laurier mil
try paased away this afternoon. The
cabinet im t dii'ing the morning and
closed up iu business. Hir Wilfrid
went to Rldeau hall at three o'clock
and formally tendered his resignation
whicli wae accepted by his excellency-
Later Mr. Borden was confronted with
the task of formiug a cabinet. It will
lie Mouday or Tuesday before he is
able to submit hia list of names to the
governor general. Some difficulty has
cropped up in connection with the
Quebec representation, the Nations
ista desiring ihat a portfolio be giveu
to Ariuand Lavergne.
We have a large .stork of Belle
nak, Sunlieam Oak, Hoi Blast
Airtight and other healers,
with specially heavy gratea
and linings, at prices ti, suit
all. dur shipment of Kootenaj ami Sask-AHa Ranges is
also due and we will be ableto
lill all orders.
Hay, Flour and Feed
Nakusp Masonic Lodge Instituted
On Thursday night at Nakusp a
new Masonic lodge was instituted by
District. Deputy Grand Master Capt
FraBer, assisteil by l'ast Master Knbert
Gordon of Revelatoke, under the name
of the Stat oi the Weat Lodge, with
the following ollicers: VV' E. Mar-ball
VV. M.; H. L. Kuthwell, S. W.; F. VV
Jordan,.!. W : A. ES. Hai*?, treasurer;
R ibert McVV'hi te-, secretary; A. V.
Carlson, 8. I) : J. A. Dougal, J. D ; J
Snodden, it'ward; Herbert Garten,
steward i F, Feil Cox, Ivler,
There were present n largo number
ol Masons at thia event, including vis
itors frnm Nelson, Arrowhead, Calgary
and Kevelatoke, while nt the right of
the officiating ollicor of the Grand
Lodge wire live past masters as follows: Robert llowson, Robert Gordon,
Charles Hi Hon, all of Revelstoke; A,
K. H-igh of Nakusp and 0 H. Keyes
of Nel»on.
After the lodge was instituted the
member", numbering in the neighborhood of lifty, with their wives anl lady
friends, repaired to (be I.i lunil hotel
where a splendid ha it) net h ul been
p epared by the ladies, alter whi li the
customary toasts were propi std and
responded to in a I right ard pit hi
manner. Star ol tbe VVe»t lodge starts
out with a membership uf eighteen
and a most tflioicnt itBtT if officers,
who promise to make of the baby
lodge of tbe interior ooe of  the most
To Be Held Here in January-
All Arrangements Made.
A meeting of the Kevelstoke Poultry
and Pet Stuck association was held in
tbe city ball Tuesday eveniug and considerable routine busi eas was tran -
acted, among which was the confirmation of the action of the executive
committee in arrangiug theBhow daiis
for Tueaday, Wednesday and Thursday of the first week in January, making the dates January 2nd. II il uud
Ith. Th-> engagement of Mr. T. VV.
Edwards of Victoria was also confirmed with considerable s»tisfac:ion to all
present, as the services of Mr. E Iwardc
on tbe last oocasion, when the j'ldgad
poultry at the [all fair of 1010, were
extremely satisfactory.
As tbe Ashcroft associa'ion bas de-
cidei ii t to hold a winter show thiB
year Trail association bas arranged to
have their show ou January 5th and
6th, with Mr. E.lwards placing the
The secretary was instructed to
write tbe secretary of the B. C. Poultry Association and express tbe hope
tbat during the poultry conven'ion in
January at Vancouver, it could be arranged that some nf the convention
speakers should be delegated to speak
at Kevelatoke on their way through to
the east.
Tbe nomination of names to be
voted on for the ollice of director in
the B. C. Poultry Association resulted
iu the oboioe of Mr. F. W. Laing. who
will represent Revelstoke during the
year 1013, as he has done during Ihe
years DUI) and 1011,
Foi the benefit of the members who
had not seen it before, the secretary
exhibited the handsome cup donated
b/ the Kevelstoke Poultry and Pet
Stock Association at lhe Provincial
Poultry Show to be held at Vancouver
during the third week in January,
Just unloaded a car of Kova!
Household Flour, one of Oats.
Wheat ami Mill Feed and one
ot Timothy Hav.
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
eTHdntyre's Quotations
Green Tomatoes per Ib.        -      4C.
Pickling Onions       '« - 5Ci
CrawEord Peaches - $1.50
Screw Top Jars, qts., a doz.   $1.40
Also a full line highest grade pickling spices
at lowest prices.     Call or phone
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
 Distributors for Swift's Products
Coast Sealed Oysters Smoked and Fresh Salmon
Smoked and Fresh Halibut Kippers Bloaters
Herrings Wild  Ducks
New Church at Kamloops.
As far as the general  revenue tax was  ttlictive organization! ol Nakusp.
The laying of the corner stone of
the new Methodist church at Kam-
loups took place Thursday alternoon.
Kev. A. B, HobertB, president of the
conference, and Uev. K. J. Mcluiyre,
chairman of the district, had charge
of the ceremony.
A large crowd gathered at the hour
apl oini'il. The history of the old
church was told, how 'in years I efore
through theell'orts of Hey. Jas. Turner
and Kev. Charles l.ailner, at great sacrifices, the people had erected a church
at that time suited to th" needs of the
work, but at present totally Inadequate. It was moat fitting that Mrs
Charles I.mlner should be selected to
lay the stone, but. unfortunately she
w.is not strong enough lo be present,
and the president ol the conference
was asked to act as proxy, Addresses
were given by the following gentlemen
Kev. Mr. Corey ol the Kaptist churi li,
representing the churches of Kam
loops; Kev. K. J. Mclntyro of thi* city
representing the Methodist churches
ol the district and province, and
Mayor Knhinson, representing tho city
of Kamloopi.
The churoh, with theohanges which
have lieen made in the plans, will coBt
in the neighborhood ol -flJfi.OCO, and
will be one of the best in the interior.
A splendid school room for .Sunday
school purposos will be built at the
rear uf tbe church and which may be
openod as part of tho church auditorium when needed.
ln tbo evening tbe ladies aid served
j tea   it "in   (i tu tl p. in., after which a
Brookfield Extra Creamery Butter
Sweet Clover Creamery Butter
Meadow Sweet Dairy Butter       Cold Spring Dairy Butter
Choice Fresh Killed Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb
Swifts' Premium Hams. Bacon, Leaf Lard
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
II    *-    *.. r
Phone 251
in Class Meat Plrv
P. o.
Box 181
Tailored Suits and Overcoats
Hundreds of them here, by far the largest
Assortment we have ever offered in the
City. No matter what the price vou are
prepared to pay there is a Suit or Overcoat here to meet it. They have the stvle,
fit and cloth.
Men's Furnishers
very enjoyable program of muiio and
addresses was given. The trustees expect to open the church with hut a
small di ht, as the people are responding to the appeal in a moat generous
Auto Goes Over Bank.
The autoniobjle I e'onging to the
TumrOM livery went over a steep em-
bankment up the Hig Bend road yesterday and droppiug a distance ol
about twelve feet waa completely put
out nf commission, possibly beyond repair. At the timo of the acoident the
bail wagon was bring manipulated by
Charles   Turotoei,   aud   while going
at a fair rate of speed tbe steering gear
suddenly went wrong and the auto
plunged over the embankment, turn,
ing a complete somersault in the descent of twelve feet. The driver seeing the danger jumped, but in doing
so went over the bank too, the suto
following him. Fortunately,; how-
ever Hie auto lodged in thc trees and
stumps at the font of the (inbankment
or the driver might bave been orushtd
to death.
Moving picture*
atre  tunljM.
at  the Kdieon the-
October K-Royal Welsh  Chow,
thc lSdisoe theatre. THE MAIL-HEEALD, lEEYELSTOKE
SATt)Kr'A\   AT
Jntcrtor publlBbtna Company,
Zbc flDaillbeialfc
Man Boasts lie had some ofthe
Stolen Money
l'rince Rupert, Oct. 5.—With hia
pnckels full of money which he boast
ed was part of   the   spoil of   the New
Legal notices 1" cents per lino firbt
insertion, 5 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion. Measurements Nonpariel {12 lines make
one inch.j Store an.l gencrut
business announcements $2.jl) per
inch ji*r inouih. Preferred jiobi-
tions, 25 per cent, additional,
tlirths, Marriages aud Deaths, Due
each insertion.
Land notK-es  IT.iu.  All advertisements subject to  tbc approval  ol
tbe  management.      V,'anted      and
Condensed       Advertisements   :
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uations  wauled,    Situations    Vn
cant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted,  2ii words  or    less,    25c
each      additional      line  10  ceuts
L'hanjea      il    standing  advertise
meuts    must   be   in    by  9  a.  in.
TuesJay and Friday ol each week
to secure  good display.
ters of public interest. Com
munications to Editor must In
accompanied by name o! write-
not necessarily lor publication
but ao evidence of good taith
Correspondence should  be brief.
Westminster bank robbery, a mm
who gave hit name as Alick Johnson
was taken into custody here early this
morning. Johnson ia being held on a
technical charge until the polico lind
out more about bim.
He ia an American, about 35 yeais
of age and says Le came here from
Montana » week ago. At the time of
his arrent be had over $.100 in hia p *s-
Bessinn in American b.lis. Heisn-
rcporti'd to havo deposited $10,000 iu
cash in two banks nil ce bis arrival.
AO bis atoric-i are vt ry contradictory
He ia register!d at his hotel as Alex
.1 ihnsotl of Wll ipeg, but has hen
intrnliici'it! liiin"" f ar-und lown ss
Bill Wlvelcr. He lun spent about
$1000 in «iim and follies (luring ihe
ptat week. Hue Btory be tells is tbat
h' gol tbe money by Belling a ranch
in Mnn'nna. He ia suppo'ed tube
well knowii in S.iu Franciaco
a man prominent in Iho counsels and
friendship of Sir Willi iri  Laurier that
the ex-Premier would be officially offered tbe position of president  ol the
Hague  Peace Tribunal  very  bi oi  be
iug  tlie  unanimous   choice of  Prrsi-
di nt Taft and the Knglish authoriti* s.
Both   great   nations   expeased    th i'
conlidence in  Sir   Wilfrid and  commissioned   Lord   Strathcona to offer
i tbe ex Premier the position, and this
is the   object  of   Lord   Strathoona's
High School Attendance
Following is the attendance at the
Revelstoke High School for the month
ol Sept., as compiled by the Principal
of the school, Miss J. J. MacKenzle:
Including  postage  to Englaud
ed States and Canada.
By the year (through postoffice) *2..V
SATURDAY,   OCT. 7,  1811
High school, Uiv. I.
uiv. ii.
•21   114 00 ia
18   Wl'll   H
Ilil   112 CJ 20
The day laborer with a family
who  earns SOU a month or les;
does not want any taxes to pay
British   Columbia   is a rich pro
vince, rich in natural resources.
from which a large part of thi
expenses of government are se
cure-*!. That tlie poor man shouh
have to pay 13 a year is a shame
The  excuse  that  by levying a I
poll tax is the only way to get at
the Chinaman is but a lame one.
The collection of that $;! deprivt i-
the workingman of   some sntsil
luxuries  during  the  month  ii
which it is paid, and he gets fev
enough.    Oft times it puts hin
in debt  to that extent or he ha.
to do without some of the neces
saries of life.   It is only the mai
who has lived and kept house or
$.50  or   >60   a   month, and thai
within   recent   years,   who   cai
thoroughly appreciate  what tht
tax means.     Many of us had t(
live on perhaps less than the sun
After Weary Months of Waiting
Directors Decide in Favor of
Prairie City
Montreal, Oct.. 5—At the m\"U»l
meeting ol the Canadun Pacific Railway board ol directors tbu* mornii'g it
was decided lo pl ice llie new westtrn
limps at Calgary, Al- erta. This null ks
the end of ii long liyht by n number t.f
Western cities.
Calgary, Oct,  ii—The must important announcement of the year and in-
i-icb'iiUlly the   best piece of news llmt
Calgary lms heaid in many a dny was
that t'algiry haa been chosen   us   Ihe
nite lor the new O.P.lt. ships.    As the
irlsd tidings spread literally everybody
wore a smile  aud   the   rejoicing   was
great.     Men stopped  out another out
lho   street   aud shook bands  over it. I
It  is the talk of   lhe hour.    Literally
nil   conversation   centres   about   tbe
What tbe establishing of the big
repair works means to ("ulnars' is
|uite easy to estimate. With the
shops Calgary will get, at one stroke a
wage loll ol '.111(H) skilled, well paid
mechanics, one ol the most valuable
assets that any city could desire,
■lust when work will he commenced
on tbe bui d ng of the shops has not
yet been announced. It, however, m y
le taken as fairly rertain that no
more time than is absolutely neces-
airy will he Inst by the company in
getting  the building oper tions unthr
Mountain Climber Dead
Chinnoiint, Prance, Sept. 30—Mr.
Edward Whymper, artist, author nnd
traveller, is dead, Mr. Wymper wus
,i noted mountnin climber, and was
a medallist of the Royal Geographical Society. He ascended Mount
1'elvoiix in Im'.I, nnil thc l'ointe <les
Kcrins, the highest peak in the French Alps, in 1864. He nlso ascended
the Matterhorn, anil climbed mountains and made explorations in Ecuador and in Canada, where he was
one of the pioneers in making popular thc ascent of the Rockies. He
was born in  1840.
I! 51
g   No .anxiety on   I
I Baking-day if you use |
Dw Prices
Baking Powder
1 Insures light, sweet,!
I wholesome    food
fe^^^^a Apure,Creamofferer®
1HB3EB3B1 Powder
1 Lime Phosphate
Avoid disappointment and order your Coal
now.   I have on hand
PHONE No. 00
Your Electric Fixtures
Wave oi Death
Austin, Pa., Ofrt. 2.— Thirty-six
corpses, mostly i*.lentitied, is the
total today recovered from the ruins
caus.d hy the bursting ol the Bny-
Irss dam In the Kinneniuhonitig valley
which wrecked this town and the village of CoBtello on Saturday. The
state authorities are supervising the
re-cue work, and now estimate the
dead at between 100 and 200. The
majority of the bodies recovered are
those  of  women anil  children.
Cries from the burning debris which
were frequent yesterday, have ceased
today. Rain h indeed the rescuers yesterday and also swelled the river at
Freemanls run, where it is undamm.
ed. Thousand- are watching the rescuers  from  the hillsides.
Box No.  17—Oorner Third
nl   Campbell  avenue,   Globe
or company.
Box No. 18—U.P.R.  station.
Box    No. 24—Corner    Filth
nd McKenzie avenue, Catholic
Box No. 25—Corner Siith Btieet
nd Orton avenuo, W. A. Foote.
Boi No. 26—Corner Fourth struet
nd Townley street, corner south
Box No. 28—Corner Second slre.it
ud Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box     No. 45—Front streot     west,
ear C.  P. R. bridge.
Box    No.    46—Corner    King      and
louglas streets, Palace Meut Market.
Box   No.  47—Corner   Second       and
Vales  streets,  back of court house.
Box  No.    48—Corner    Third      md
?/haa. streetB, Cowan block.
Signal   for  practice—not less  thati
lx (6) slow strokes.
Cne  (1)  Indicates line broksn      or
re out.
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and they will immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained etherwiee.
Don't swear when the lights go out.   Let us do that
for you.
A. 6. DUCK,   =   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
Housekeepers pursue their daily
routine occupation without inconven-
leni-e while Coursler'a electric house
cleaner ia iu operation.
Watch lor the particulars ol ttie
auction sale ol household furniture,
October 17th, D.M. Rae, Fifth street.
coming events
Canadian Northern Steamships
Wednesday October .4, Royal George Wednesday, October lsih
18, Royal Edward " November 1st
"   November 1, Royal George November 15th
Winter Sailings
live on peni«fa "-■"'  """" iwa).      Every   day  that tho company
above   mentioned,  but that was L    to do wjtl)mlt   the west fru alwpa
during the time when commooi jitwinbe i08iUg thoufands of dollars
ties  were   comparatively cheap Lot to speak of the inconvenience,
Now  they  are  very  dear, and 	
ee' Tdfd^rt>S|Wi» Not Enter Borden Cabinet
KSiendi meet    Take the head     Vicio.U, it C.oct, 5 -Hon.
f,v off altogether  and let those  ard McBride, premier o   British Col
tix01-        a        ,, Hn so nav the umbiB. denied   last night   rumon tn
who can afford to do so pay tne I       ^   ^  h ||dg ^
poor    man paya       ,      mn„Uv ^.sth u,e portfolio cl
in   the shape ut
ti\c?.     The 	
enough already in tne snap* i» ^.^ Rnd  „-iherlM-   The premie.
duties on everything he eats ana wj|| ^ ^ r member ol Mr, B rd<..
wear?.    Victoria NeWS. cabinet,  nor  will  he go to Ottawa ti
                   confer with   Hon. Mr.   Borden aa ri
Food Stations Placed Mony Route
fma Dawson to Macptierson
*0:i. ><    1 c oUm-   '■—Die   tenib <
t-■tired.,   which  1'ok place Uat win ti
when   Inti>'''.r   fjtsgerald and tbrn
N irt'.IKist Mouol"' i'n'.ce wire (r  ni
l    leath   while  traii'i-nriinti milli ■ 1
tM-pen Uiw.iii   mid   Wnc|'l • i*-*'i., •• 1
n.i I. repeati ' ityi M«jor Howard 1 '
the S IV M P , who  W«l   f 'rirrrly t;  •
ti'tudii   J>awiim, and who made th'
hrniie irip .-o*«rrii'. tin fii.
-AH aluii* lb' :* Pte tln-re l.av
heen atationa placed," ««)> tbe maj r.
Mt;th fold f"r men nnd (ond for Aop,
Thcr» ia ahaoluteljr nodnii|iK.| pin-
•visioos1 ruuiiing out, with ibeai a'a
tiona io betweeu."
il.'jjr   H-.wn'd   cluiniu!   thai   ib*
■,'%•»»»   c«vi*"d   by   the utiniii"
'.Uft   Kbich   iMfMtOI   Kit/grmli
, when    be   went   O. IkMWj-
b    v.. ahl   t« WoMdott"^
Ll but   really   -cry   tfn» • •"■"
Ukea.l.e  trip be  «.ke. I-'U Kb « b-
„r.iEbt   -be   l..|Mtar  ""I-*" J,
Zinl "0 rhotgun along with him  i
^   , 1   bed  a  Hiotgun he culd h.v.
lumbermen to Meet in Calgary
Calgary, Oct. .'1—.V big meeting of
lirtii-h Columbia lumber manufacturer* will be held here a 1 day ^a ur-
il iy [1 i- , 1 pec ted tliHt mill nu n
1 m all over the province will bt in
attendance, and it ii aemmcdilx a
will be a very large attoudauoe of tbo 1
wl belong to the Mountain Lumbermen'! Asa cia',  11
1 Cars ot Coal Daily
Wiuulpeg Ocl   a —The big ruab 00
j railway lines through grain haa ci m-
I menced and arrangements aie bi ing
I made   to   handle   between   1,600 and
2,000 rur* in m d out of   the trrniinali-
. daily in   ud  ition   to the heavy move
m>nte of   weatern   merchandise   and
flVB' J'K) flt a ol c ia! are being lur' arrt^
id h'm-I ethry "il h.itira.
Tbe   demand   (or coal   ic no great ||
the we.it tliit the province! that actually wjnt lor coal arc given tie
preference over package Ireight. Tie
movement ol Kr.iin ba*i atarted and Tm
load nn.- travelling ca«t <Uily.
Octohcr 1-6—Royal Welwh Choir, at
the   Bdlaon   theatre.
Oct. 1" to 28. 'rim retui a ol the
popular Company, the Mien Players .oul  M.-s Verna Felton,  .it  the
K.lis. n ' -■I're,
■    Mark   Hamburg    the   *r.-at
an     r anial.   al   the    Bdison
Doc. 18-  • ttt present! the Wm
Xule companj .n the Rivals, at th
DO theatre.
Ian.  10—Return  ot Wn,
id   U'i:    *        . r.     Bid BOO   -   - itW
J.,n. Ji     I he    i;n ■  r.'a Jub
ilee Singers considered the    *  -
1.red concert
Feb.     J'    Ths Enter
tftiner* ..nrprt at  the
*r. theatre.
Wednesday, Nov. IB, Royal Edward Wednesday, November _'9lh
••     .J9. Royal George December 13lh
Dec. 13, Royal Bdward " "      27th
Cunard Line Company
Donaldson Line
Montreal to Glasgow
For Particulars, Tickets, etc., Apply to
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
(lin reputation is well known for square dealing;.
We can give you better prices,  better quality,  than tiny
other house in the trade
WHY ,   Call .nei we will prove this statement up to the
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
m) e
.'KS'I 1
So    la       ii
'* 20 a.m.
No    .11 leavsa
No.  13,  Sea
1 38 ii in .  leavea  it  1 44 p.m.
No.  11   Seattle train   arrivea
1 in., leaves 7;88 a.m.
No.  2 arrives at ll <u a.m     eavea
at  U i/clnclt noon.
No. *t  arrives  at   ii IT.  am      ea
at 12 55 a.m.
South   tram   leaves   Rcvulqtuk**-       a'
I  16  m m.. arriving  back at   | I",  ;, ni
connecting here with No.  13,
.fin p'lirmitl-it!
Thicli  arc alway pl'-n-
';|i„i   and   petbapa   tbe party would j
•i»ve bee* enabled lv rracb UW*        |
Head ol Hague Tribunal
Montreal, Oct. 5—The Herald published tbc folloiring on ite (rout page
laat evening in large type,
It wa» (4ivru out thia morn ng by
fire Alarm Boxes
Hlgnala are given t.lnw 2 atr iHm,
ntarval 5 aeoundt 4 atrokea, Hoi
■4. No. of box will alHo be Bhown
n  Indicator at Fire Hnll.
Box   No.   14--Corner    Klrat    atraot
nd    McKenzie   avenue, 0. B.  Hume
*& Co.
Box  No.   15—Corner  Kirst      atreet
nd  Kokeby  avenue,  pont  offlct.
Box  No.   IS—Corner  8eeond  atreet
Md  Government  Hoad  and      Upera
See that Flexible,
Jlp llie  razor l-^ether
and ttgi le b handle  lhe Kuard
• -       lh-   tighter
a   loaei the
j ml
an  it a
.•    ,■   .   j-vay
j a closer sha .--
£TXE users. 1 ibli        ety ol
suit! liia
!ice •>
The Gillette will suit Your Face exactly.
There's nc
your  individual  needa.
— /'.'ill enjoy it.
Si.xlwi S.i. lino PmImI F.l.iUm Ifi (in m |n on
(omMaatUn I.ti fr.m |c, -Vi i.p. Al fmn ktriwtrt
i-jralM-r'f. law.!.,'.. dri.Krfi.i't ... rt.L.rda.h..'.. t'cl.
for Ih. CH-IXTTF. DIPOT S..n.
The dilWIe Safely Razor Co. »f Canada, l.imiled
OKie* and Fietoryi 63 St. AU...,.!-, Itreet, Montreal.
DMaaa «!•« in N.w Y.rV, dikm.
I „nJ«n.   Fnt. .n-4  Sk.nfh.l, • k....
P.clvri*. in M-Miic**..!   a.ii.,,,
L«k-Ml.r. Barlin «n4 Pari.
Just received,  fresh from Italy, One carload of Choice Macaroni
Choice Groceries always in   stock
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating &. Sheet Metal Co.
Ratlttiatea given for Sanitary work, Rlectrlc Lighting, Hot
Air, Water, Stiani Heating nnd all kinds ol   Sheet   Metnl
Maths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No.
Box 401
I.ICJl'Olt ACT, 191(1.
', it.rc is hereby given that, on the
lit 1 day ot December next, 1.judication will in' made I - the Superintendent ot I'roviiK ial Police for
renewal "f the bolel license to sell
thji ir In retail in the hotel known
.-, the iii'.'iiiin hotel, .-iiiuiient Beaton, in tb . ovlnce ol Britlah Oolumbia
..1 ibis jith day ot September,
.    1 30.1«,
11.   NKl.I.IS,   Applicant.
j North     WeBt     Corner, thence north
aliotit  We feet  to the place of com-
* inencement.      containing  1G0 acree,
I more or leaa.
i   Dnt... September 25th, mu.
B.  lt. HKYNOl.DH.
Ilevelatoke Land  Ui-strict.
'■ -ii r,-1 ol Weat Kootenay.
Tuk"  notice llinl   I,  B.  It. Ileynolda j
ol     Revelatoke,  H. C,     occupation, : '■•U
Chrk, uiieiii ti* npply ior perolation
to     1    ,ihc the iiiiiowing    described
r   mmencing  .'it   a  poet  planted    lit
ibe ' 'Uth Weal Oornei ol Lot 7K1X,
,1,1 marked 11. it. Iteynolda North
West Corner Poet, tbence eiiHt 8(1
ehalna to tha South West. Corner ol
T, L. B148, tbence south about 4tKl
.'i^t  to tbe     North
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice ia hereby given that,  on the
lirst day of December next,  application     will   lie made  to the  Superintendent  of      Provlnoiat   Police    for
renewal    of the    hotel  license  to sell
liquor by retail  in  the hotel  known
as the     Hnlcyon  Hot  Springs hotel,
Minute at  Hnlcyon,  In the Provlnco
1    Btitlsii Columbia.
Di *«1 this 28th  day ol Sept* a.ier,
WILLIAM   BOYD,   Applicant.
UyllOR ACT, 1910.
Notiri> la hereby given that, on the
lirst dny or December next, application will be made to the Superin-
temlent of Provincial Police for
renewal   of the    holel license to sell
,„. „             Kast Corner nf  liquor by retail  in  the hotel  known
Lot   7'i|l.   thenee along  line  of    Lot  as thc St. I/eon hotel, situate at St.
7(H:i  lorty      ehuins.      west  40 chains j Leon,  In  the     Province of      British
south  and  20 chnins nest to   line ol , Columbia.
Lot     2112,   tbence along line of lot!    Dnted th b 28th  day o! 8-vte.nbtr,
2112  in cbains north
north    and 20 chains
and 10 chains : 1911. 3lhH.
w,it   to   tbe HERBERT COUSINS, Applicant
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
Every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce is equipped to issue drafts on
the principal cities in the following countries without delav :
Africa Crete
Arabia Cuba
Argentine Republic Denmark
Faroe Islands
Formosa lap
France lav
Fr'ch Cochin China Mi
New Zealand
Pa n;i ma
Philippine Islands
Si am
South Africa
Straits Settlement*
I'nited State*
West Indies, etc.
Germany Manchuria
Great Britain Mexico
The amount of these drafts is stated in the money ofthe country where they are payable ; that is they are drawn in sterling', francs, marks, lire, kronrn, florins, yen,
tarls, roubles, etc., as the case may be. This ensures thai the payee abroad will
Deceive the actual amount intended. A233
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
loot and Shoe Repairers,
Harness Makers
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    • •    $4400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
At all Branohoo.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
But is always cool at the greatest health resort on
the American Continent
The Ideal Plaee to spend the Summer Holidays.    Natural
Hot Water Baths, 124 degrees of heat.
Rates from $12 to $15 Per Week
Write us for particulars.    Wm. Boyd, Manager
Have the Best!    It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
At the Reliable Headquarters!
McKinnon's Cigar Store
Everybody knows him, he will
tell yon that the whiskeys we are
selling are the best. Call and be
i ouvinced. No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Spoolol Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blaokbsrry Brandyfl
for Medicinal purposes. Uur stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
importers Md Dealers In Purs Wlnss, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Outbreak of Fever in C. N. P.
Construction Camp
Kamloops, B.O., Oct. 5—A typhoid
epidemic has broken out in one ol tbe
C.N.R. construction cmnps at Savona
and the attention of tlie government
has been attracted to it. Under in-
Btrcutiuns from tbe governmenl, 1>',
Bennett made a trip down there to
investigate conditions, Dr. Kagi n,
provincial health officer, bas arrived
in town and will take steps to prevent
lhe disease from spreading to oilier
camps. Tbe camp infected is No. 11,
juBt below Battle bluff, where ahout
Bixty men are quartered, and about
lilteen oases bave been reported, most
of the patients having been removed
lo ths C.N.K. hospital at Ksvona.
It. was thought impure water wiib
the cause ol tbe outbreak, but upon
investigation it waa lound tbat tbe in
fection bad been brought by a rerent
arrival at the camp. There is some
tulk of quarantining camp 11, and a
number ol the mm ha<e left. It is
also probable thut tbe C.N R will Id •
prove their hospital accommodation
along the line of construction as at
present tbis ib said to be inad'quate.
Samaria Cured Him, and He Helps
Canadian Press Opinions of the
Royal Welsh Ladies Choir
They came, tbey sang, they con
quered. It is ainnst impossible tn
compliment sufficiently tbe ladire of
.'bis company, individually or c illec-
tively, to do justice to their delightful
singing. They bave been praised en
tbusiastically by the exacting critic-*,
and tbefr singing here last night fully
justified the good things said about
them. From the begiuning to tbo
end of their program they were ap
plauded heartily, and their good nature in responding to the encorea was
so great tbat they must bave doubled
tho bill.—Brockville Times.
Tbey received an ovation which was
repeated with renewed effect at the
conclusion of each of the numbers ol
the program. The constant encores
and the way in which the responses
were treated bore testimony to tbis
appreciation.—Ottawa Free Press.
All the voices are sweet aud mellow,
and the emotional singing of Loth
soloists and chorus wae fascinating in
tbe deepest degree Tbe audience was
almost wildly enthusiastic, and almost
every number of the long program was
encored to which generous recpousiB
were made.—Ottawa Cil ueu.
A man who hua been relented from
the awful cravings of drink, and whoa*
llrti thought la tu help other-a, shows
the spirit of true brotherhood and
philanthropy, Head hia letter:
"Ths -Samaria Itemed/ Co.. Tor-oats,
will you please send ma book on
drink, also ifrculars relating to ybur
valued remedy for the drink habit?
1 wish to hand these lo a friend who
la going to i uiu through drink. Vou
will remember that 1 have taken your
remedy, and 1 Hnd ll all you claim It
lo be. I never ihlnk of taking or
lifting stroiiL*: drink in any way, aa all
desire for fl has left me. 1 cannot
spuuk loo highly ol your wonderful
reliie-Jy. You may uae my uaae In any
way you wish in public.
» "H.   I.!i> » lm,.    Brlgden,  Ontario."
Samaria Prescription is tasteless
and odorless, uiul dissolves Instantly
ln te* or coffee, or can be mixed with
food. It can be given with or without the patient's knowledge. It removes the craving for drink, builds up
the system und restores the nerves.
Drink becomes distasteful uiul even
nauseous. >
Drink ls a disease, not a crime, une
drink of whiskey always invites another. The Inflamed nerves and
aloinach create a craving that must
either be satisfied by more whiskey or
removed by scientific treatment like
Hamuria Prescription. Samaria Prescription has been in regular and successful use by Physicians and Hospi-
lala   for   over   ten   years.
If yon know of any family needing
Samaria Prescription, tell them about
IC If you have a husband, father or
friend that Is drifting Into drink, help
him save himself.    Write to-day.
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria Prescription, with booklet. Hiving fall particulars, taatlmaoials, price,
ete., will be sent absolutely free and
postpaid In plain sealed package to
aayo»» aaklng for lt and mentioning
this paper.  ^Correspondence sacredly
confidential. Write to-day. The Samaria Remedy Co., Dept. 46-49, Ool-
norne St., Toronto, Oanada. Also
for Sale by C. R. Macdonald, Druggist, Revelstoke, B.  O.
Big Increase in Trade
Ottawa, Oct. 5—During August
Canada's trade increased by eighteen
and a third millions, or near'y 30 per
cent, compared with August of lust
year. The total trade for tbe monib
was eighty-one and a ball millions, ol
which lifty millions was in imports, a
gain of nine millions In exports,
lbe principal gain wae iu agricultural
product?, which totalled seven and a
quarter millions, an increase i.l live
millions over the precediug Augusl.
For Ihe tirst live months of tbe fiscal
year the trade lolalled ?330,f)22,42G,
an increase of 184,706,646, ol wbich
$22,(129,1)71 was in imports entered for
consumption. Customs revenue hr
month just closed iudicates tbat the
rapid growth of imports ie being
Total   customs   receipts  fir month
were $7,710,181, an increase ol |8,26S.-
211 over  September ol last year.    Fori
the first half ol the fiscal year tbe customs revenue totalled $41,306,320, an |
increaee of $5,746,784, or nearly a mil- j
lion per month.
The   new   administration will takei
ollice with  trade and reienuc incieat-i
ing at  tbe most ripid rate in tbe hi—'
tory   of   Canada   and   with   the way
paved lor another  huge surplus at tInclose of the l'ncal year.
Moving pictures Monday  night    at
EdiBon theatre.
Lessons in Painting and Drawing
Oils and Water Colors
Miss Wrigley, holder of South Ken-
s ngton (Kngland) Art Master's Certifi-
1 ite, Group 1. First-Class Certificates
1 ir Still Life Painting; Ornament Paint-
i ig in monochrome (oils); drawing from
tlie Antique; Modelling in Clay from tlle
Winner of National Book Prizes for
Interior in Oils and Figure in Oils.
A class forming for junior pupils on
Saturday afternoon.
For terms apply to
Care Mrs. Haggen.
Itevelwtoke Laud District.
DiBtrict of Weat Kootenuy.
Tuke notice thut I, ICumiu FoBtor,
of Rossl-cfid, B. O., intend to upply
(or permission to purobase the following described lands:
Commencing ut a pout plunted at
or near the South Bast corner ol
Lot 8178, thence south MJ chains,
weat 80 chains, north 81) ehuins and
east 80 chains to point of commence.
ment and contuining MO acres, mors
or less.
Dated August llth,  l'Jll.
RMMA   FOSTER,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice thut I, William H Mc*
Wli'irter, ol Ymir, B. 0., occupation
Lumberman, intend to apply : .r permission to purchuse the following iie
scribed lunds:
Oommenelng at a post plauted on
the East shore ol Mosquito Lurfl at
or near the North west corner ol Lot
840H, being the South Wost corner,
thenoe running north 80 ciains sJeng
the shore of said lake, th'ince eest
In chains, south 80 chains nm! wist
40 chains to point of conim'inr.ijmont,
and containing 320 acres, n ore or
Dated  August llth,  1911.
JameB Fisher, Agent.
Wood for Sale
First class wood, any desired length and in any quantity can be had by leaving
an order at S. McMahon's
blacksmith shop.
Phone No. 87
It.    M.    R.  NOTICE.
The Annual Inflection ol F Oorn-
pany, Rocky Mountain Rangers, will
bo held on Wednesday, October 18th,
in Drill Hall. ('.ompany Drills will
be be.d twice weekly, on Monday and
1 hursday evenings, until after Insertion.
LIEUT.  R.  H.   SAWYER,  O.C.
TO LET—Seven Roomed dwelling on
Second Street, west, !>0 foot lot.
Rent, -$20.00. Apply to Ohns. M.
Field. t.e.
TO LET—House on Third street near
C.P.R. Shop. Apply Revelstoke
(Jeneral   Agencies. t.c.
HOUSE TO LET—Revelstoke General
A gentles.
TO RENT—Farm, one mile ami a
quarter Irom the eity. Apply to
Mrs.   Staocy.  Fifth street.
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own Nurseries
on the Coldstream  Estate
II. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, B, C, Reveletoke, B, C
It will pay vou tn get our Prices liclorc prrclmsing elsewhere,
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY* Wc carry n huge stock ol
Windows and lloors and can fill your orders promptly. We will
be pleased to give vnu a delivered quotation on anything you
require. We manufacture windows, doors, mouldings, slorni
lath, screens, cabinets ol all kinds, tnliles, turnings, store und
bur fivlures. church seats and pulpits, door nnd window frnniis.
finishing of all kinds, etc. We arc large dealers in sheet, laucy
and Plate glass, shingles, lulh, etc.    Write for Prices.
S. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon. B. G.
Broadview  (Fractional)  L.   H.  an
Indiana Mineral Claims, situate     in
the Trout Lake Mining  Division    ol
West Kootenay District.
Where looated:—On Great Northern
TAKE NOTICE that I, O. B. N.
Wiikie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Oertiflcate Numnber
B25597, intend, sixty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Miniug
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ot obtaining a Crown Grant of the abeve
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance ol suoh Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of August,
Trout Lake. B. O.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of WeBt Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Mabel Ralston,
of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation School Teacher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted ad
jaeent to the North East Corner of
Lot 9323, being the South West Corner; theuce running north 80 chains,
east 80 chains, south 80 chains and
west Ml cbains to point of commencement and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Dated  August  9th,   1911.
James Fisher, Agent.
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, .Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
C. 2). Shat&>,   -    Proprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props. J
Enlarged  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates 452.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelatoke
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. Firtt-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent for
Hevelstoke   Land  District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William R.
ReW, of Arrowhead, B. O., occupation, merchant, inteuds to upply for
permission to purchase llie following
described  lands.
Commencing nt a post plnntcd at
Angus McKay's South West Corner
Yost., Lot SOI, and running nortll 40
chains, thence west 40 chnias, thenoe
south 4*0 chains, thence east 40
chains to point of commencement,
containing  Kill acres,  more  or  less.
Dated   August  '23nl,   1911.
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
P. D. Box 31, Revelstoke
.1. K T. Bell's,   Doctors'   Special   alld
Ki'cd's    Cushion    Shoes,     McPherson's
Trainmen's Bhoea, Btiddre-M shoes oi all
kinds, all ol wllldl art' I'nion mude.
Stanfield's and high grade Knglisl;
Underwear, Everything that the logger
requires (or comfort    Chippewa l'aiis
Driving Shoes and Shoe Packs.
Howson's Hlock Revelatoke, H. 0,
Cash nnd One Price
Moving  pictures at Bdison  theatre
Residence Cor. 3rd St. and Rolisonavi
Shop in Alley back of R, J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
14 Villa Lots
Close to Revelstoke
From 2 to / teres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.   This proper-
is   cleared.      For Prices
and Terms apply to
Real Fstate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St
It will pay you to
make a., fill at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
•pecialty of I.on: inn
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
Fruit Lands
(ialena Bay kink !n parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Como-
pondence invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
Revelstoke Lnnd District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Amie Treglnwn
ol Pntt*r»on, B. C, occupation, married woman, Intend to apply for permission to purchase tbe fullowlnt; described lands:
<'oramenclni> at a pout plunted
about Ten (10| chains East ol the
South West corner of Lot S17H, being the North East corner; thence
south 80 ohalns, west 80 i.hains,
north 80 chains and eaet HO chains,
to point of commencement and con
taining 640 acres more or less.
Dated  August  llth,  1911.
AMIE TRKQLOWN,  Applicant.
James Fishtr, Agent.
Conduct)-!! I'.v Hit* .remit Km hem m a
1'ii.tiiliiiK aud ilny school, i'tit en, upon Ite
jubilee year, with a well known record of
►tend}* proijre**-** and sue-iim. In lu present
stale of dttvelomm-nt, with He complcta
-tail'of oonipetem profe-t-ors and lu up-to-
dat-e equipment, it oHcrs today ihe best
educational focllitie**! of any itiHlittilion fn
lhe northwest Full lollegfoie high sceool
and commercial coiir********, „!•*„ prepataiory
department lur younger -tuiU-nt*- I,a*t
yeurV inrulmclit MD Kail lenn opens on
Sept. G. lllll I'lialcguv on applioation.
Atldresi) rre-ident, Oonmga t.'ol(ei;e, Spo*
kiiii'-. \\ a*-),. j|j. |,f
Under the direction of the Sisters of
the Holy Names of Jesus anil Marv.
l'iist Class Hoarding and  Day School.
Primary and C.ramm.ir Grade*.
State Accredited High School.
Advanced Normal Course of two years
accredited by the State of  Washington.
State Diplomas conlrrred.
Music anl Art Studio.
Write to Sister Superior for Year Book
Spokane, Washington
Packed in
60*  o pound
Tn comroe mon tion of the coronation of
King (ieorge V," Kidfrwayn" hire mt on thc
market a coronation tin o( a mmi pfanraquo
andraquisitedeaitrn. bf.-irinijetctMent |.ortraii*
of Kin* George V, Queen Mary and ihr I'rlnrc
of Walet. Special panels have (wen drsipnrd
repreaentinB Ctnada, India, Africa. Australia
ind NewJpaUnd.
Only a finiird numher h.ivr l>een impoitcd,
I'nceOOr., t*.r f"« r nr..! i.n*,. J
Al Heal Ibapt,
-^0 W
Electric Restorer for Men
Phoaphonol "<i«o ""J serve la the 1 r-ij
 —.——. . Im Itg proper tennooi rotor**
Tlm >id vlltlilj. Premture deny and ill xtuel
Keenest ««eited el once. Pkcephaaal will
r.*k V? *. ""* """.•. fr'te l«» bo»-cr Iwo lof
M. Milled loanreddreo. ThaImWd Dru
Co.. at. CMharlnM. Ont. *
Sold at Macdofald'a Dru( Btore. THE MAIL-HEEALD, JEEVELSTOKE
Lands iii'Vicinity Specially Adapted tor Fruit Growing and
Mixed Farming
The land for twenty miles , i.iii pide
ol the C.P.R. main Una s administered hy the Dominion government
and, out-tide that, hy tie provincial
government. The and is mostly lini
hered ard mountain lis, lm . .:i .the
treat valleys, along ibe waterways,
at the mouths ot cre-ks, and on fool
hill benches good agricultural iml
fruit Ian.ls are procurable.
Dominion gi'ivernment ree'ilation.5
allow the home-teading ol land i.n I
purchase privileges, and such it nds
as are cleared hy the lunibe, uen will
■be thrown open as opportunity offers
Provin.'ial government regulations
permit the taking up of lnnd hv lur-
chase or bomesteading. F.--.; class
land is held at $5 per acre, and i'i 50
per acre lor second class. home-
Steaded lnmls ace reasonably helil
under residence and instalment |*oy-
m-nt*-. and t.tle Is procured within
reas mable time. Taxes are n ,i charged against -uch Ian.Is for the lirsl
two-year  period.
Government  lands,    it    should    lie
understood, are unclear«,l  of natural
l;ml*r  growth   'Unless   when.   Iiy    arrangement,  occupancy    ol a    cleared
timber  !>erth  is permitted)  and    the
work  uml  price ,,f    clearine     (75 to
>'"■"  i*er acre'   depend  on  the       den-
s.ty of that growth and the methods
clearing  adopted.   A  steam elear-
.r,f  machine  has  heen   operated   neat
Revelstoke  witb  much   success       and
economy   ol  time  and   money.      Such
, plant clears about an acre   a day,
ind :;.,sti-ns  the  day  of   return;
to the prair.e land point almost. Unimproved land close to Revelstoke
can be purchased from private owners al '* ' '"'.'"1 per acre and clearf
td lai got at  ,bout $250 per
aci n small parcels of five or ten
wr-s. .,y. the city.
The '.ar.d around Revelstoke is
splendidly tdapti I to fruit growin-r
an'! mise! farming. Apples, cherrie-,
plums ind small Irnits, potatoes and
root crops ill d well .ml ,, limited
Mock of forty acres, if well used, is
enough lor anyone. The -'>;.l is rich,
and  tbe  climi.r and  no    lr
neat Ion  I - : ■• .'■■■""*•    Bit late I  *■• Itb
u day '•; th<? ;*. '■■"■'' ;r ■•'   marl
Lawson, a graduate of the Guelph
Ontario, agricultural college, the
ranch is a source of much pleasure,
and attention to it a favorite pas-
About  lifty  acres are cleared    and
iliese     have    been  under    cultivation
rom   three   to   live   years.   White,  red
ml black    currants and rasuberries,
ooseberries,   Btrawberries,  logan and
i lack berries   have   ben   planted    and
. re  yielding  heavily.   All   the  stand-
: rd   vegetables  arc healthy  and grow
lo a large size.  This yeai- there is a
eld  ol  carrots so  perfectly free from
im *ls   as to  look   like a   fern   garden.
v'oung apple,  plum and pear trees gre
Ireaay  bearing  heavily  for their size
. nd  age and the second and      third
crop  of  clover  and  hay    have    been
nken  from  both  bench  and    bottom |
'.ind,  while  the  thoroughbred  chicv -1
, ns and the  swine  represent each
neat litt.e  revenue in themselves.
In Fall
The soil is very fertile, light, soft
md free Irom stones, was easily
leared and fertilizing is unnecessary
.hough it has in some places been
ised to good advantage.
The farm, which is about three
miles south-ca-t ol the city, is very
prettily situated, and has a much
more beautiful view ol the mountalas
ban that, enjoyed by the city. It is
'.v.ill  laid  out  and  excellently    cared
Fit-Reform will
show you styles
and values that
in Canada.
The fall styles
are superb — and
the values even
greater than Fit-
Reform has ever
offered before.
In Fall
Fit-Reform will
show you the
"cream" of the fall
season — both in
style  and fabric.
Whether you
want a moderately
priced Overcoat—
or the finest that
can be made —
Fit-Reform has it.
witl.   leveloplog  Industry  local j •
settler * r.    Revel teikt    lands can tit
well ,,««ur''. ot a ready nn'l    -'
market lor all his produce and      m
creatine valne ol Ma Innu   ind
tell      !■ -* « ■ ■■     tran      11  I
all convenient
v. ;':..:i   ,  :* I .rm   may
it, ''
an 1
Ml.    ■
: r   -:
petted  to be  "f  greatly  Increased  a.
\;,:..,r •*'*   ■•• ■'   »'   "     ■   ''' '
tuture  W   ■"   •■»    ,n  *'= ■ ntially com-
,r)! Industrial centre,
ing ie sure to fleveh ; il the
,;m(, u tb.*  city's  business interests
Knn the excellent  valWy a"'1
will eventu
A great variety ot minerals is
.nown to exist in the surrounding
UOlintains. Most of the creeks in tbe
ipper portion of the Big Bend coun-
rv carry placer gold, which was
esponsible for ,i rush of miners into
hat section in the sixties. There
oe still good opportunities for |
Iredging, hydraullckln-g and deep lead
inking on the old channels in that
Of lode minerals, gold, silver, cop
per, lead, zinc, mica, arsenic and as
n'-tns occur in deposits which are
well worth development. Such deposits are found on Laforme, Carnes,
Downie, Keystone. PotVxh nn 1 M'ca
*-reeks and their tributaries in the Rig
.'lend, and considerable development
■vork has been don: on Keystone
Mountain, Standard Basin, Ground
Hog Basin and Carnes Creek. Similar
deposits occur oil tbc north fork .if
ihe  lllecillewaet  ae  Albert    Canyon,
Uecillewuet   an I   Flat   Cl iek,   :i
ranees varying  (rum two to    t«
mile-J   north   and  south   , f   th>    mam
'me of  the  C.P.R,   Extensive
:>er   Indications      are   found   i n   Isaac
I'reek.   Hold   occurs  w :st   "'   the
lumbia  river  opposite    lire, n    Slide
..nd on Lexington mountain at Oam-
Orne.    Hold,   silver,  copper,   lead anil
M."    ol     the  largest    deposits      of
iree bave been located on fish
..-.   and its  tributaries.   Pool    Wo
..;,«k    Boyd,   Kelly and  Sable  ei
\f    Tr ml  Lake and    Ferguson      are
promising deposit* of gold  and cop
|ier-bearlng    pyrrhotlto,    i**h   silver.
■r«  that  baa  Iwii found  on   she eon
.-: I  la     n,,*A   leiug developed     n*
'lngeton     Creek bj the If mpi re Zinc
-ompany, who da m I    have a process by which thej    mh     lucceasfnUy
rent  the ore.
'    Zinc  Deposits  occur   *r,   tbc   .Ionian
same   Pass, west ol Revelstoke
The  mica  deposits  in the  IMl'  IVen-d
■ iM ;i    ire  known   to be  ejl n* and    to
rodurc the highest  quality of mica
nd made beautiful bj ., pro   ... pegmatite dykes,    which   can
raced   for     Bcores ol    miles to
houses   ^^^^^^^
ins:on   ol cultivated   growing
Until "nly a lew years ago thew
was practically no farming done m
the district immedia'ely surrotindin.■
the city, but recently It. has been
that with development, agri
bere can  Is*  brought  up    to
of   the
f    their
lorth.   and  are likely   BOtlrces
i ,rcr  minorals,    (or    which
..hould iw naade or account i
lligh   value.
Mineral      waters ol  great  hygienic
..i,lue are found al  Halcyon, St. I/ion
aZmto* tbat will Ktaoe It on a par   NakU>P,     Albert     Canyon,       Carnes
lh tw o   the other farming   dis-  Greek, a* Onoe River, all with one
trlctsnf the province.
POM Mv 'he ranch which at presenl
,-.„„.,   pretentious,      nnd    certainly
mm tlwt pi»«« a *"'"' "nmrl"
the famine  possibilities    of
,.M,,tv    |, that  owned  by  B.  Lawson,
..,„. „,„ «'. n.  Hume. To Mr.   urday Sunset,
p rings.
Tlie surface  of  the  country    Ik    ms
of   vet,   barely   scratched   hy the   nick     ofl
the lo-   the  prospector,  who bus here a   vast
field  well  worth  his  attention.—-&at-
of the
and ol ndld  line
of durable, economical, reliable  ar.d  al
Gurney-Oxford Stoves
and Ranges
now on display .it our itore    a Hrmoi.str.iti' ■  tl al tn.irki thr 20th Ontury
*,ai lm". •*■ the 5;*»cul point! of
The Oxford
-a marvellous device for the control of tl      ■ ll   :t g!»r« i laving of 20%
in fuel, besides economy of timi itrnt authorized only on
thii line.
The Divided Oven Fin* Strip i , greil economy of food. All
danger of failure In baking ls m r arrangement for
rr. n dlttriblitiotl nf hrtti,     ["here ll no I   it-    I   • of practical itovr-
woik than thii perfect oven control
Aiothi r advantage lies in tlm Rrvrmbl- -r.r-c- quipped with '-trong
interlocking teeth that iavi waste, matimui fuel.
T'm* Broiler Top   the strong oven door, are excellent feature!
and these all combine with attractive designs In *»idr variety of iIm
a* I ; rice,
You arc earnestly invited to come and Inspecl thr Gumey-Oxford
line—for the good of your purse, your health, and "all the comf rtl
of home."
Lawrence Hardware Company, Ltd.
Revelstoke Land  District.
District of  West  Kootenuy.
Take notice    that, sixty   days nfter
date  Dominion   Sawmills   and    Lum
ber  Ltd.,  of     Revelstoke,    B.   C.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, J. (J. Elliot, of
.       ,       _ , Arrowhead, B. C, occupation,  phyaic-
Lumber  (ompany  intend to apply to  - *    . ,     .
ii,    „,  ,_i       " *        »»<» «u ui-F-iy tulian   intends  to apply  lor  permission
thc Minister of Iannis for permission
to purchase (1M0) Two hundrtd and!
forty acres of land described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted 2
chains south from thc South Mast
corner of Pearsons Pre-Bmptlon, Lot
'Mi)'2, Group One, Kootenay District
and marked "D. S, M. ■& L. Ltd.,
South Went Corner Post," thence
north CO chains, theuce eust 4(1
chains, thence south (id chains, thence
west 40 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated this Sth day of August, 1911.
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Ltd.
Ag.19-60     Uy  James England,  Agent.
to    purchase the following described
Commencing at a post planted near
N.W. corner post of Lot 7!).r>8 und running lill chuius north, tbence 60
chains eust, thence 60 chains south,
thence 60 chains west tu the point of
commencement und marked " J. C.
Elllot'B S. W. Corner Post, con-
uiuing some 400 acreB more or less.
Dated  August 7th,  1911.
Per II. Armstrong, Agent.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thnt I, Otho Ralston,
of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation
House Decorator, ml end to apply for
.crmission to purchase (he following
described lands:
Commencing at a pest planted
about two ami u half(2.1) miles in a
South-westerly direction from the
South West corner of Lot 9323; being the North West corner, thence
running south SO ehnius, east 80
chains, north 811 chains, and
west 8(1 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Dated, August 12th, 1911.
OTHO  RALSTON,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
KOOTENAY     l.ODOE, No. "«6 A.  If.
and A. M.
Regular meetings arc Uei-d iu MaS-
ONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.      .
W. B. ROBERTSON, Becretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1. 0. 0. i*.
Meeta every Thursday evening la
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.   S. HOOLEY,  N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Becretary.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after the date of thc lirst pub-
1 cation hereof, the undersign :<d will
make an application to tho Board of
I icensing Commissioners for the Oity
of Revelstoke for permission t.o transfer to A. P. Levesipie, of Revelstoke,
B. 0., the license to sell liquors by
iitail at the Hotel premises at Revelstoke known us  tha Union  Hotel.
Dated tbis 21st September, 19111
!!Ms. Levesquc  &  Walsh.
RevelBtoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Tuke notico, thut I, Laura A. Ralston, of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation married woman, intend to
apply lor permission to purchase the
(ollowing  described  lands:
Commencing nt u posl plunted nd-
jaocut to the Nortll EaBt corner oi
Lot 9323, being tho North West Corner; thence souih 811 ehuins, eust W)
chains, north SO cbuins nnd west 80
chains to poiut ol commencement and
contuining 640 acres,  more or less.
Dated August 9th, 1911.
James Fisher, Agent.
COURT   -MT.     BEGBIE,   No. MM.
OF I. O. F.
Meets ln I. a O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, U. R.
WM.  8.  CAMERON, itac.-Bec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of   P.,
NO.  at,   RBVBLBTOKU, B.  0.
Meets every  Wedaesday txcspt   the
Third Wednesday of eaoh month     In
Oddfellows' Hall at I o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
J. T.  BIMPBON, 0. 0.
Q. H. BROOK, K. of R. * ».
u. oi r.
RevelBtoke Lund District.
District of  West  Kootenuy.
Take notice that I Edward Russell
Vipond, ot Nakusp, U. C, occupation
contractor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 40
chains south ol N. E. Corner of T.L.
11274, thenco south 80 cbains, thence
east about 20 chains, to Arrow Luke
ihence north along Lake about SO
ehuins, thence west ahout 2 chains to
point of commencement, containing
about  100 acres,  more or less.
Dated September 13, 1911.
Sept. 23—Nov.  22.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice tbat I, Fredrick
William Vipond, ol NakuBp, D. 0.,
occupation foreman, intends to apply for permission to purchuse the
following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post plauted 120
chains south of N. E. Confer of T.L.
41271, thence south 80 chains, thenoe
east ubout 30 chains to Arrow Lake
thence north along Luke ahout 80
ehains, i In nee west aboul 20 ehuins
to point of commencement, conbuiu -
ing about. 2110 ucres  more or less.
I ia till  September  13,  l'JU.
Sep.23 No.22 E.R.   Vipond,   Agent.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that I, John Kyle, ol
Ymir, B.C., occupution Lumberman,
intend to apply for permission to
purehaee the following described
Commeuciug ut u post planted adjacent to the North West corner of
Lot 9323, being the North East corner; thence running south 80 chains,
west 80 chains, north 80 chains and
eust 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
Dated August 9th, 1911.
JOHN   KYLE,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
In the Matter of the Estate of James
E. Long, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
creditors and others Having claims
against the Estate of James E.
Long, late of Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke on or
about the 12th. day ol June, 1911,
are requested to Bend to the undersigned, Solicitors for Rev. C. A.
Procunier, Executor ol the lust will
of said deceased, within 60 days from
date, full particulars of their claims,
duly verilied, aud that after that
date the Baid Execdtor will proceed
to distribute tbe said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
had only to those claims of which
said Executor shall huve then received notice.
Dated August 16th, 1911.
Solicitor for Rev. C. A. Procunier,
Executor of the last will ol
Kevelstoke Land  District.
District of West  Kootenay.
Take notioe that James A. Shields,
ol  Revelstoke,  British .'olumbia,    oc-
• I'li.ii,   Packer,   intends   to     apply
fur permission to purobase the follow
-   lea. t Ibed lands:
ommenclng at a post planted   at
th*   Bouth   West,  .'orner  of   Lot.  2773,
West,  Kootenay  District,  11.
'        md   market   ".lames   A.   Shields'
-* ith     Kimi   Corner   Post," thence
ntal   twenty   ehaiim  more      or
to   th.'  louth-eatt  corner   irf   Lot
.'7!:, Group  I, thence north  4(1 chains
•■ i . .:» i-h.'iins more or less to
the     Orth veal   'orner   ol   l/«>t    27*73,
'outh   lh  chains  t.o point      of
eocnmenoement,  and containing      so
moir or  less.
Dated  A moist 2!.th,  1911.
Arrdr.M*   Kitson,   Agent
hereby given that, on bbe
■ r i iiy ol Deeembei next, appllcn
i  ,L     sill be mud'' t" tbe   Bupei In
tend".it    nl      Provincial l'olie      fol
renewal of bbe hotel lloenM to sell
liquor by retail m the hotel known
ai tbe i.nkeview hotel, situate ut
Arrowhead,  iu  the  Province ot li.it
ll h    i  'illimhlH
Dated this 2nd day of October,  I'UI
chapman & IRWIN, Applicants
Moving  pictures ut  Edison  theatre
0. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Gamp, No. 33*.
Meets Becond   and     Fourth Wednesdays   in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Oon. Oon.
Barristers,  Solicitors, Bto.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,   B.   0.,    and
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. S. McOarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
Provincial Land  Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
H .
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, Nettie H. Piatt
of Rossland, B. C, occupation
Housekeeper, intend to apply for
permission to purchase thc lollowing
described  lands:
Commencing ut a post planted nt
or near the South Kast Coruer ol
Lot 7900; thence south 40 chains,
west 40 chains, north 40 chains and
east 40 chains to point of commencement, and containing 160 acreB more
or less.
Datod AugiiBt 10th.  1911.
NETTIE  H.  PLATT,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Tnke notice that I, William Rumley,
nl Patterson, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend lo apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at u post planted adjacent to the North Kast corner of
Lot 9323, being tbo South East Corner; theme running north 80 cbains,
west Ml chains, south 10 chuinB, east
40 chains, south 4.) chnins and east
20 chains to the point of commencement and containing 480 acres, more
or less.
Dated August 9th, 1911,
WILLIAM   RUMLEY,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is lini-ehy given thnt, on thc
first dny of Deremlier next, appllca
tion will lie made to the Su|>erin-
l.-iiditil of Provincial Police for
r-newal ol the hotel llocnse to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel knowii
its tiie City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, In the province ol British Columbia.
Dnted this -ith dny nt October, 1911
JOHN CALEY,  Applicant.
Moving pictures at the Edison the-
atn tonight.
Box. 282, Revelstoke.
Plans and     Specifications prepared
for     all   classes     of buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue Printing.
Revelstoke   Land   District.
District ol  West  Kootenay.
Take uotice thnt Kd. McGaghcuu,
of Arrowhead, B. C, occupation
Lumberman, inten,In to upply for per
mission to lease the following described lands for marble and lime
quarrying purposes.
Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of Pingston
Creek Mill and mucked "K. McUagh-
ran's South EaBt Corner", thence
west 40 chains, thence north 40
chuius, thence oast 40 chains, more
or less to the lake, shore, thence
south ulong the lake shore 411 chains
more or lesB to the point of commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
Dated   Aug.   22,   1911, S.6-N.6
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West  Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Oharles Sbadler
of Nakusp, B. 0>, occupation Loger,
intends to apply for permission to
inin lim;,* the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted at
the North East Corner of T.L. 41274,
thence south 40 chains, thence east
about 2 chains to Arrow Luke, thenoe
along Arrow Luke to point of commencement, containing 40 acres more
or loss.
Dated September 'ibtti, 1911.
E. R. Vipond, Agent
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice ls hereby given that, on tho
lirst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial! Police, for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor hy retail in thc hotel known
as the Glacier House, situat at Glacier, in thc Province of British Oolumbia.
Dated this 28th day of September,
1911. 80ds.
Canadian   Pacilic   Railway   Company,
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,on the
lirst day of December next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police ior
renewal of tbe holel license to Bell
liquor by retail ln the hotel known
us thc Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the Province of British
Dated this 28th day ol September,
1911. 30d«.
HUSSELL    M.   EVANS,    Applicant,
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. J}. Jfume Si Co.. J^imited
Mail    or    Telephone    your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
2*2 Dry Goods Department TC
New Tarns
for ihe Children
Navy or Garnet Felt Tam 35c.
Large Navy or Red Tams 50c.
"    $1.00
Patent Leather Brown or Black 75c.
Children's Coats
A bunch of Children's Coats,
some Bear Cloth for Infants and
Cloth Coats for Children of 5 and
6 years for
Friday Bargains
This is a good season for Friday
Bargains, about 100 odd pieces
of Women's Underwear, natural
colors and white, a mixed lot but
every piece a bargain at 50c. per
Separate Skirts
A clean up of Women'sjseparate
top skirts. No use to go into details
here. Come in and look them over,
there is a good Friday Bargain for
you in this lot
t o
-fkoToughV stimuli
with Silk
$4.90 Each
Little Girls Skirt:
Nice navy blue kilted skirt made
on a waist for little girls, 2 to 8 years
lined all through $1.25 to $1,85
Cashmere Jerseys, all colors to
wear with the skirts $1 to $1.50
New Li
For those Linen Showers that are so
popular just now we have just to
hand a beautiful lot of Irish Hand
Embroidered Linens, pure snowy
white in all shapes and sizes
25c. to $5
The individual guest towel 15x20 in.
pure linen hack with different patterns, Shamrock, etc.
75c. per pair
The Monogram towel, pure '' Old
Bleach" linen hack, 24x45 in. with
crest for working monogram
75c. each
New Hair Goods
Not so much stuffing of the hair this
season, but the New Idea is, nicely made up
puffs and rolls for attractiveness. We have
some good Ideas to show you at
$3 to $7.50
New Hair Rolls and Rats at 35c.
New Hair Ornaments in all the new lines.
Baudeau's Combs, Barrett's Curl Pins,
Swedge Pins, etc.
25c. to $5
Art Li
A grand showing of German and
French art work on linen and crash
silked felled squares and round shapes
worth a visit to see these
50c- to $5.00
Flannelette Wear
Lovely white gowns, skirts, drawers,
children's sleeping suits, etc., good
English flannelette, seams double
stitched, tape bound, warm and comfortable for this cold weather.
$1 to $4 per garment
Bed Comforts
A choice range of Bed Comforts now
showing in Eiderdown, Lambs' Wool,
covered with best English Satine and
Maish Laminated Cotton, dainty bordered effects.   These are 3 winners.
Wall F
Now is the time to fix up your rooms
for winter. We have just taken in
stock a new lot of the finest Cork
Velour wall paper, 30 inches wide, in
green, brown and red: also choice
chased patterns on plain grounds, a
splendid parlor effect. These goods
are the best procurable, and are sure
to please.
Fine Gloves
for Men
We have no hesitation in offering to our customers this swell line
of English gloves, which we consider the  acme   of glove-making.
We have them in cape, dog-skin,
mocha, und undressed kid. All
shades of gray and brown. They
come unlined, silk lined, wool line"d,
and fur lined. One or two button
Prices $1.50 to $2.50
Sweater Coats
for Men and Boys
We are sweater coat specialists and
guarantee to suit you in style and in price.
Our line comprises the best of the most
up-to-date manufacturers.
Men's working sweater coats in
brown, gray, and navy, with high or low
necks; green and blue trimmings.
Prices $1.75 to $3
Hewson Sweater Coats in plain and
pineapple weaves. They come in different
shades of fawn, brown, green, and maroon, with different colored trimmings.
Either high or low neck styles.
Prices $3.50 to $4.50
Vancouver Sweater Coats in fine,
honey-comb, and pineapple weaves. All
the new colorings in seal, brown, taupe,
tan, as well as the staple colors.
Prices $4.50 to $5.50
Boys' Sweater Coats in navy, gray,
brown, and tan, with trimmings to match
Price $1.25 to $2.50
Hume's for Gents' Furnishings
A) High Class Gf oceries A
Corn Starch
Have you ever slopped to think how
little time it takes to prepare a puddiug
with Benson's Corn Starch. If you do
your own baking try a little corn starch
mixed with your flour in making bread,
griddle cakes, fritters, and puddings.
You will find that it gives a more delicious texture and flavor than you can
get from flour alone.
Get Hume's Prices on Groceries
Robinson's Patent Barley
In this patent food stuff you bave a
healthful nutritious food for young and
old. When once yon use it you will
not be without in your home. It is
recommended by the highest medical
authorities as one of the best foods for
infantp. It iB invaluable for llarley
Water for the sick chamber, and is a
most refreshing and cooling drink in
the hot weather.
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Have you tried our Robertson's
Marmalade in lib. jars, '21b., -Ilh., and
71b. cans. We are making a special
display of and giving a special price on
the 21b. cans of only ::0 cents a can. It
enjoys an enormous popularity where-
ever it is known. It is THE MARMALADE WITH THE ORANGE FLAVOR. Quality is the first consideration
o bertson's you get the best.
The pickling season is now here and
we are prepared to handle the trade as
never befgre. We have just opened up
a full line of all the requirements needed for pickling. Tumeric, celery seed,
mustard seed, pickling spice, vinegar,
green tomatoes, green jwppere, and
cauliflowers. Leave us your order
Headquarters for Hay,  Oats, Bran,
Shorts, Whrat and Cracked Corn. the ^yn^Tiii-iaiEiR^.Lr), :reveilstoke
Shipment of Ladies   Long  German
Coats just   to   hand    Our  stock is
complete in this line.   Come and select your Fall' oal.
Ladies' and  Children's sizes.   Full
range of Combinations, natural wool,
separate pieces, fleece lined, etc.
Plain white tailored Wi ists with wide
and narrow tucks and other styles,
Embroidered fronts.
(lood range,   l'rices from $1.00 to $5
a garment.   Men's Combination Suits
—all wool at $5.00,
Black  and  brown   Fox,   stoles and
iff to match, from $25 to $75 each.
Now (ioods  arriving  by   Express,
keeping stock bright and new.
White, unshrinkable. Wool Blankets,
* 1, 16, $7.50 and $10 per pair.
Selling at$2, $3, $4, $5,and $7 each.
SSS5S5S—'7—ST" ~"
Moving pictures nt Bdison theatre
Make y, ui Hate for C-qursler'a va
fiium houBe cleaning.
Lady A> Imi r opened tlie Kaslu (nii
on Tureduy lust.
Th * K ('. Lumbermen ate nicetinp
in Calgoy tod»y.
Rer. Mr. Mclntyre   was a vititoi t   ,
Kamloops r hia week.
Mr. I . H, Oongreve ol Hotel   Helle j
vnp.   Sicamoup,   was   a visitor tn lh' i
city yesterday.
PIANO FOR SALE-   In llrst-class con
litlon,  term.-  reasonable,  apply  tn
Mrs. D.  M,  K:n'.  Fifth Btreet.
The   O'nservslives nl   Nelson tendered Mr. A S G i deve a oomplmien.
try b.nqnet last light.   Mr.Gocdevei
leaves lor O.tawa ui Mondsy next.
Andy Oraiyi arii**>-d iu town yeslci-
day en route to Trent Lain1 citv witli
a cat!"»d i 1 tirst claps luirst'K, to In
iir.il ou Uip Beaton-Trout L-beroad* •
!• o   Revelatoke   City   Baud   went
South   Thursday   ni'Tiiin™ to Nakusp.
wi'crp they cere   engaged   to p'ay foi }
the   Njku-p   Fair committee at   tin I
fruit 'or.
Il    ■*-..•   announced lhal Mr. l),\ii
McN coll ol the e.l' n has I i v'ect
ed a direc'"r i*[ tbu   Molsons Bank ii
place   of Mr. .1  P Cleghorn, who ha ,
reaignt-d nu nee* uol of ill-health
Mr W. M Brown, tor.nerly of Rev ;
elstoke, sent into the M dl Herald
Otticp 1'iiHi hi? ranch n rt li of f.)tton I
8 C, fi nr ; tatoes moli tveighiu)
nearly two and a hall p unds. Tht J
*prp a splendid sample, being nf es
i - i''i  na! q'lality
A large number nl er.i) dries ar» i*
iup made lr tn outside poiuts for K* • j
* ■•  ke fruit   land-.   Within tbe pas
lew Laid Eggs SOc. Per Doz.
In order to get the lies) results from your chickens
you must provide the besl foods available, as without these egg producing foods you certainly do not
pet the best results. Try our Feet' Scrap, Oyster
Shell Grit, ('rushed Bone or Alfalfa Meal.
FEED—We also carry a full stock of Hay, Oats,
Wheal, Barley, Corn, Chop, Bran and Shorts.
A. HOBSON,        Baker and Grocer.
Look  At This
We have ninety cords of good, clean, dry cedar in 11 and
16 inch lengths at $6 a cord, also cedar, fir and hemlock
mixed.    Get your orders in early for  immediate delivery.
.Sweet potatoes, Slba Inr 25o at Mclutyre's.
Face creams, any make, at Mncdoii-
aid's drug store,
Blue print papers, drawing sets,
rulers, inks, compasses, etc. at Mac
duiialil's drug (tore.
Measre,   W.   B.   Robertson, W. M
Mr. Corbetl of the Gananian Bank! l-awreuoe, It. Gordon and P. \\. Stone
of Commerce is on n visit to Kamloope j returned last night   from the Nakuei
SITUATION WAMK11 by  good domestic   Apply Mail-Herald ollico
All Ihe new   books keep  coming in
at MuRilunald'a drug slnre.
First class program of moving pie-
lures at i Iii  Edison Theati r li night.
Lieut ("nl Wolfeudeii, King's print
er. died at Viotoria yesterday, in his
76th year.
The Rebecca I. dge cf I. O O F. are
arranging to bold ll dance in the opera
bouse Monday, not SU
Tasteless  (' id   I.kit Oil.
fair and report it an immense success.
Aboul lidy Ruvelstokcrs were there iu
.1.  B.  Thompson   h is    pi n< d   np
moving picturi s in I be   i p> r i
Mr.   Thompson   haa t*r> n m ths -i   a
business for 25 van* ii  Kngland,eight
ten day'lbere bsvebecn a  number ul thing for bid coughs and cold at Mac
strangers in lown looking over tbe »d j donald's drug store.
Mrs VV. Tin nisoi', <".-ii-tm. Shuswap
inda with a view to purcbav,
aid Ioi inl    in it i n lor parties on i'"
prain. i,
As a res ;etting   togi iber   a'
tlie N ■•.;■,' lair l mrsday and Fridi)
of tins wwk, ti.i fruil men "I tbe Ar
t iw f.sk - '1 -" ■• dscidi'I I reeo v
theinseii s inl - n fir s I.a
P m of th |! iml*:*-
try in that uir-tri.'t, ai.d Friday morn
Ing  organised
known  »«  thi
i,r* m -■' As*"*
ing   i
chair nun;
years of wbicb were spent   with   Gua-
i. nl Picture <'*>.
I. W. Ford, tba   famous  humorist
anil   rart* * nist,    wii .   sp| • a-
citj Del ber ^*">'h. under  Hie auspices
! - in       . ---• its l    ■
gram thai  - . nor as c .'teep
lis ars
frawn, ela: ■
is in ihe city, a guest * f NI    and I
No Other Hosiery
Offers This
iiiif4 that fits with absolute perfection, for
ui will readily see if you'll glance at thf
re . . . the only hose made that is perma-
led to the fool and left, and that is both
ess  and  Snug-Fitting
nut think of buying hyso with n seam up the front
. . . . wouldn't  iimi lie uilly  und uncoinfortablo?
ou  huy  the kind  Willi  u  seam up lhe back only
iu  didn't  know   there wus a kind free from  Ihut
nil   unsiillltliliess. ,  There   is,   however.    Yini
better kind in   any   weiilhl   nr   color   if  you
huy hosiery made hy
Iers,    Hosiery
Full Fashioned
y. M. C. 0. Notes.
On Sunday afternoon next, at* 8:1*5,
the men uf Kevelstoke will have the
pii usurp ul listening to Mr. ,1. 0, Robson of tbe I'ulilie School nu the important subject, "What Spells Success." The following selections will
ilso he rendered: Violin solo, Mr.Godfrey; lenor soloist", Me«srs. A. Annan
and W. Robinson,    Only fnr one hour.
Hoys ltil>lt> Class—The Junior Boyb'
I'.ihh' ela-a will commence on Sunday
morning, Oct. In b, at lu nM ick, in
the reading re.in. Every boy in the
i ity from 10 lo U may become a mem-
ner of this ci ihk by speaking to Physical Director (iiilno', whu is iho teich-
'•r. Every boy whn dues not attend
elsewhere shnuld become a momlier of
this class.
Basket Hull Meeting—A meeting of
a'l interested iu Ibe formation of a
basket ball league shon'd make i* a
point tn he present on Wednesday O it.
IS. at 8 sharp. Keep thia date dear,
is it is important that Ill's me t ng be
held next Wednesday.
Bowling—The firsl game of the sia-
■iciii to ik place on the alleys Wednes
day evening, Oot. 4, between Ihe Y M
0. A. and the J. B. C. Total score- J
B. C. 2023, Y. M. C. A. 2034
Board ol Directors Meeting—The
regular meeting of the hoard nl direct-
nr* will he held next Tuesday evening
r 7:30 sharp. Every member of thi
'"•anl is urgently requested to he pres
ent, as business of vital import arcr
»il! be brought hefore the hoard for
1 heir approval.
The new addition to the building
s row commenced, and we anticipate
hiving ibe use of same before the end
of the yes
The Pacific Terminal Port of the
Canadian Northern Railway
Official announcement is made ihai the
l nvnsite lols will be on sale within sixty
days. As was the same in Prince Rupert
record prices will reig;ii, some say
$15000 to $20000 per lot, The lots
nearest to "hal will be tlle highest
priced railway lnts are those across the
toutl belonging to us- They are big 50
feet hy 161 feet lots to a 20 timi lane,
and are about 300 yards off the water
front. Priees now asked are only frnm
1.1500 up with .i year terms. These
how opportunities for greatest quicks
profits ever offered in thc country. No
private subdivision in this Terminal can
ever he so close as ours. Remember'
ihe highest prices at the sale will set
llie value to our lots, We recommend
speedy action as only ahout fifty lots
remain unsold. Ask for mips and
prices,   Sole agents—
rhe Sclwyn Investment Gompany.Ltd.
311 Dominion Trust Bldg. Vanoouver,B.C.
Housekee]>ers pursue their daily
routine occupation without inconven-
lenoe while Coursier's electric house
cleaner is In operation.
Come .iml see the first of our New Neckwear
for Fall. We have a nice display in our window,
and lots more on our shelves. There is a distinctiveness about our styles, and the prices are so
We have just received the lirsi n( our New
Elastic Kelts for Fall. They come in gold, silver,
black and Persian patterns. Handsome buckles
add to their appearance.     Prices from $i to $-1.50.
Everything in the latest Hair Ornaments will
bc found in our store. New llandeaus, Barrcttes,
Side Combs, I'uli Pins, Hack Combs, etc., in some
very line patterns.
cTWcLennan C&, Co.
Monday, Oct. 16
The Royal Welsh
Ladies' Chair
Positively The Most Remarkable Singing Organization in the World
"The Welsh Choir is magnificent,  they are perfectly splendid, and you may say I said so."—Melba
PRICES:   -   $1.50. and $1.00
Seats on sale at Macdonald's Drug Store
uu   aasociati *u to I
Air, *    l.ik -
b the loll, »
B, ll  Baiid   '   Burlo'
F i,  Fouq tier,   ti    •
; Mi-. Sloiti'nMiM'-l. McKeniii avenue
Pitting*  Ior   Musical [nil
violine, banjoes, j;tutHr>*>. aatoharpt   tl
sold at MarUimaM'.iInii: itore
Watch   '.nr  ttie  I*.rn
■ on  sale  ol   household  lum
Octobi l.M    Rae, !•
N w  shipment "(  Colgate'*  I
Wati i"   tooth   paste, i ipa   mid pow-
don jutl   pencd at C R   Mum'.
drni! ct* re
A i'r |  pi 'aIII ihi rl •■    i ■■ i
th" N- -
loyal   - ■
■   •
v   \. -.-   tba)
ii ■
pro tero, and *  con Mt"    *   I  ;
. •; tbi ' Mowing mi tl pt   ninent
(j*-"*-"-    '   the   ti itrict, SV C
Edgewood; H   Kemttle,   i:.: •   -. I   li
Rogeraon, Arrow Park, aud .1 dm Mc-
fJormack, Burton City, ^	
■ tree   it Ed        ■ * iti    thi I
*, | the nn |*. «
Ihi  Mi tbi dut clni-
tior.i ol
elore tbeir pi
yte  ipenl
In   l ah lh R. J
hill on
M, Ting
C-jhl*.    Broi
per iKjf.'i''.
I    "''.i.      ,
Id in il"* bead    ,'-■   pi i
Ut. lea
THOMAS' Menthol Liniment
.m excellent robbing oil l"i
rlieiunatic paitM or r<
.«, llni*<<
J5e and SOc. luiiilf-*
and *
Set "I I'arkman   I.t iu I
Hai lletl    i
Ken in Whnionl
11 ,:;ii'i.*    -'.-I    II mill *       "f
till  ,
I,  - * lock
H'.'-t'iii Ctxili Hook
Mis. Beaton'a Cook Hook
tcol ij Itn!
»', i -'
riea ■<• '■ • ■
i,   ■ psaemigi' nttee
llHtw.** !  lifly   fr, i
bend, attended
nap  I :,'ir-'Uy and 1 rt.
their -   * •
iii, ■. '   I, a '   , nirn-d
Uir w-^r'
In-i )ei
i>»!lllll!*< en lllll   I \   [ill
nera *>ul >| pen in   nr next  -
!:,      il   , tin
month,    I • c ..*,rit done
ii in ai 'I a
i • r   aim pie
liiiilil,,ii* • i ere limn
riding   i.'.n'i -*'i'< rin'i nilpiit Irlmblt
ind .•.-.-iiini"   have  ■*•[>«r<-«l  no
pui' i in aee that the w-ric done w»» of
■   ]*' rn inenl     h iraoti r   nn!
clnnri! Mill ili. y hm.     ml CMdl
aurtd bj tripe     ei nny   I the rotdn In
the ili-i
No iii-tiitii.TiiT. no  Inconvenience,
hut four liotian ->iil he whnlmnme and
cf' in «lti r (•ntrrtlei ■ elrctrlo
baa beio at wurk.
1'hl S11VTI KI l\ 1
.In*   Sacrament  "1
■ aed ni
Sntida    School
. he I ■ MM'.tr aer
jei'   ' Thi          m
itation ia extended
■ 1ST
•1  Inl  re   Pasti
M *,•■
s'nTI' I'
ii,,id » ipeoial *i i ii.
r,n   i. uradajr   erenu g, Oc. 1 J, I   en
ter! '
* . rend chancellor >i d
ter ileir'.
,   -:-.':-*           C
Profit Making Investments
The wise men of the present day who are making their bank accounts
steadily grow are the real estate investors. Why not have a share in
the general prosperity. We have properties we can guarantee to he
sure money makers and they are sold on the easy payment plan within
the reach of the smallest investor, $10 down will secure you a lot in
some of our sub-divisions. We mention below a few of our best propositions.   Call and investigate.
Moose J
Progressive Prosperous Permanent
Has grown from (1000 in 1000 to
17.0(10 in 1911. Street far system
just installed. Property is simply
doubling in value. (Jet in now, our
lots only two blocks from car line.
Will be worth double next year.
Prices per lot now
$100  to $200
One Year Old
Population 700
Distributing centre to 6,000,000
acres of choice farming land in central Saskatchewan. C. N. R. divisional point, with nine stall round
house. Six lines of C.N.R. either
in operation or being built. Lots
only   a   few   blocks   from   station.
Sewing Machines
A t Itock of  Sine
er arnl V\ heeler Wilson Sewing Mad*
For S'le or Hire
liv the month al Mannli
All kind- of machine needles
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
The  Natural Gas City
lias natural resources which other cities would give millions to possess
It promises to be the greatest  Industrial Centre in the west.   Our faith
in Medicine Hal is such that we purchased three subdivisions there and"
an investment in any of them will bring you large returns.   Prices from
$100 to $425 a lot
E. G. Foley, Manager - - Mackenzie Avenue


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