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Array "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $G0.
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
The Ma
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior PuDlishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS    I
A,  B. C
VoL 16-No. 66
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 24, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
TWO BITS
What Can 25 Cents Buy ?
Well Here Are a Few Things
That We Are Selling
For That Price
A Safety Razor, Shaving Cream,
Shaving Brush, Nail Hammer, Plane,
Screw Driver, Hatchet, Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives, "Bread Knives, Preserve Kettles, Enamelled Saucepans, Pudding Pans, Wash Basins,
Trays, Sink Strainers, Cash Boxes,
Lunch Boxes, Spirit Stoves and Kettle, Wire Dish Covers, Mirrors,
Fancy Vases, Nut Cracks, Knife
Sharpeners, a great variety of Padlocks.
Something You Need
Every Day
IHVEST A DOLLAR AND ELI 2 DOLLARS WORTH
See Our Big Window
for BIG BARGAINS
Lawrence Hardware Co.,Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized -      •     $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5,575,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      ■      5,330,000.00
Reserve        -■    - -       -        5,530,000.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points inyCamula.
Agents in Great Britain and United Stales—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seat tie National Bank, SanlTan-
cisco—WellB Fargo Nevada National Banfc Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, aud interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
No>v Is The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGGS AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool and
at the right temperature. Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
CarB and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.    BURNS   &   CO.
Limited.
Summer Goods
AT COST
Mrs. A. G. Chick
TWO DOORS EAST DI- EDISON THEATRE
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HUNDREDS BURNED
Terrible Loss in Idaho Fires-Two Parties of Fire
Fighters Burn to Death
SPOKANE, Wash , Aug. 2!l—Hourly
repurls frnin fires in the forests ol
northern Idaho and western Montana
are increasing thu roll of the dead
The latest figures from Wallace arc
that 45 lighters probably have perished
In the hills near Sai.d l'o:nt,in Idaho,
Forest Hanger Van Dycke and a crew
of 86 leoruited in Spokane, nre ie-
ported to have  perished In tlie Dimes
A woman and her daughter perished
at Calumet, Idaho.
Five  are  known  to have died near
Newport, in  an   att nipt to reach the
town along the Great Northern Paci
fie    Hacks,     between   Spjkane    and
Helena.
WILL IT  HA1N ?
Mibsodla, Mont, Aug. 23—From
every oorner ol weaiern Montana and
Idaho this morning there are prayers
that the weatl er bureau has forecast!d
aconiately in prediciing showers Iui
to lay. Nothing but rain cau save the I
situation. The hundreds ot weaiy
m n who lor days have battled wiih
the fl lines in the toreBts are staggering
ti safety with bloodshot eyes at.d ach
ing limb, immersing themselves in
s reams or burying their faces iu mud
fir protection from lhe intense heat.
'     Ful'K  TOWNS  GONE,
The towns tf Taft, Deborgii, Henderson and the old port cl St. Regie
are in ashes. The old placer town of
Murray in Idaho is in danger; the
II imes have the upper hai d of the
situation iu a score of places. Riin is
the only salvation of hundreds o!
miles of timber and many camps and
small towns.
In Wallace tbe death list m»y grow*
thf fires swept that town with such
terrible swiftness tbat it is fearer1
there will be more bodies found in thi
niiiia as tbe search progresses. Tbi
most disastrous flrta iu this dlstrio
today nre those in Sanders county between Thompson and the Idaho line.
Tbrso fires extend along an uubroken
line lor more than 50 mileB and are in
dense timber. There are several
towns iu this district built in tbc very
midst ot tbe t mber.
J. M. liuyd, former Northern P.tcifie
agent at Wallace, met death in an
eflort to save his parrot. Iu the ruins
of one hiu-e two skulls, presumably
nf men, were found.
RPOKAKE, Aug 23—A special to the
Chronicle from Wallace i-ays that nil e
sistirs and forty-two patients from the
Providence Hospital at Wallace, who
were en route to Missoula on a special
train on the Northern Pacific havi
been burned to death. Tbe Northern
Pacific oIlicialB at Wallace anuouuee
that the train is lost and that all on
boaid have probably perished.
FOUGHT l-'OX LIFE IN TUNNEL
SPOKANE, Aug. 22 —In a tuunel ol
the old War K igle mine, seven miles
from Wallace, Idaho, 41 men under
Forest Hanger Uulaski were packed
tightly together yesterday lo escape a
sheet of lluue lhat swept down tbe
gulch. Tbey hugged the ground aid
buried their luces in the mud on the
ll ior I the tunnel until lhe foe went
by, and then, h.i! mad fr, ni the beat,
they ran and threw theuisclvi s into
the creek. Five were left dead in tbc
tunnel, nud another, cut ill from the
crew, was found burned loa cinder.
'1 don't see ho.v we got out of tbe
tunnel alive," said Charlis Hickman'
o' Ivecds, S. IJ., a survivir. "E'en tbe
Btones were so hot alter the lire bad
gone by lhat we could not touch them
and bad to wall.iw in the water of tbe
cieek. When I got up to leave the
tunuel I waB marly crazed with the
beat and my partner, named Clark,
was unconscious He has not been
found. We drank of the warm creek
water and it made us all sick."
KIKE  SWEPT   WALLACE
Missoula, Mjut., Aug. 22—Linemen who climbed a telegraph pjle and
succeedtd iu sendijg a message late
Saturday night saying that Wallace
is on fire in fifty places and there was
no possible chance fur any portion ol
the city to la; sived trjni   destruction
Great (bowers of burning embers
were falling all over the city and it
was a magnificently terrible spectacle.
Early Saturday evening it was evident that the torei<t lire would reach
the town. All Siturday afternoon tin
ikies were lurid wltb the glare ol tie
advancing Ilimes. As evening ap
prnncbed the tmoke became su dense
that tbc electric lights were turned on
bu that the citucui could see their way
about the streets. A stitV wind was
blowing lhe embers from ridge to
ridge. The lirst. bui dingH to go were
a number ot prospector's cabins just
outside the lown, Fearful of their
lives many gathered a lew supplies ol
provisions and Btarted to Una. Then
the fire reached tbe city limits, the
telegiaphers left the k"ys and the fate
of the town nnd ils inhabitants for
some time remained unknown.
By 8:30 ihe intense heat ol the fire
was causing tbe routs ol buildings on
the west Bide to steam. Every bit ol
available lire apparatus was brought
into play and every male citizen from
small hoys to sg'd men were com
pelled to leiid their assistance to tbe
work ot attempting to check the advancing wall of dime.
SPECIAL TRAINS KEAJDY
The O. N. & R. switching crew
under older begin assembling al
freight and passenger cars in the
yards lor a hurried escape. Two fast
engines were coupled to a string ol
freignt cars aud hundreds of v.omei
and childiei were loided into them
prenarato-y to leaving at, the Bound of
tire bells which was to be the signal
that the fire bad entered tbe ci'y.
Before 9 o'clock the frame buildings
began to n ck eo violently tbnt occupants could scarcely stand within as a
result oi the action ot the heated
atmosphere upon them.
A few minutes pist 9 o'clock ihe fin
ehitf ordered all people out of tin
town and ten minutes later the fin
hells began ringing. Almost eimul
tiineiuiBly the whole western Bide ol
thecity burst iuto flames. The lncn
motives whistled wildly summonim
tlie remaining ci'iz ns to board thc
cars. The fir-t. train bearing 2,00,'
refugees left ibe tuwu »t 9:15 o'clock.
At 9.30 tbe temporary wires which
had been hastily counccttd up, running to ihe east, went down. The
eleotric lights went r ut as the planl
was burning and the almost deserted
O'.ty was left in darkim*. The wind
by this time hud whipped the ll.imei
to the eist side and practically all o'
Wallace was ablaze.
THF IDAHO FOREST FIRES
1 Fire Fighters Are lost-
Details of Disaster
Spokane, Aug. 23.—Three hundred
fin' fighters of a total force of mm men
which has been buttling with the
flames in the binning white pine forests of Northern Idaho are unaccounted for to-day. Goveinraeut Forest
Supervisor \V. It. Weiglet, in an
interview at Wallace to-day, declared
his belief Unit nearly all of this entire
number bad peristfed.
"Outof my total  force of (KID  n
I have received wind nf Ihe safety ol
only 800," said the supervisor. " The
others, when list heard from, wore
winking   in  the  districts  Where lhe
II mil's have been Herneat, along the
head walris nf lh" CoeurD'Alenea ami
the Sl. .Iui', 1 .nn forced to lhe appalling conclusion lhat nearly all of these
llii'ii have lust their lives.
"Never in my life,'Jsaid Mr. Wiiglnl
"have I sei n conditions so appalling,
The Haines had defied all resistance,
and all er lushing along at a rale of
from twenty to seventy miles on hour,
bave swept everything before ihem.
i'p and down gulches, aoroti mountains and ovei' deep ravines the lire
has rushed, leaving only death in Ils
path,"
This morning Supervisor Weight
sent Hanger A. K. Iliiliinub lo open
up the old Miillau inini leading to the
Bullion mini', when' eight   bodies  ure
buried. These will be Interred on
Wednesday morning, So'diers from
Foil (ieorge Wright left lit K n'elni'k
tn aid in clearing tin' path.
Elk City was saved hy the heroltm
ot women who fought the fires night
and day in the bush.
Steamer Excursion
On Sunday  next  there  will  be  an
excursion by the steamship Revelstoke
from Ihi' i-ity to Arrowhead and Hal
cyon and return: The number is
limited In ISO and those who intend
taking advantage of the pleasant  trip
down the Columbia  • I ii I purchase
iheir tickets early. Tickets are nn
sale by the committee in charge of lhe
excursion and will be offered al $1 for
the round trip.
Moving Pictures tonight.
MURDER 11 THE CROW
A Young Man Shot by a Demented Man and Dies
Fkknik, B. C, Aug. 23—The start
ling news that a foul murder had been
committed on the Kragir, 30 miles
below here on the Great Northern
Railway, quickly followed by the
arrival ol tbe body of lhe victim nnd
the mother, Mrs. Palmer, and Dr<
Saunders, threw the police nlliciels
and immediate friends oi tbe Palmer
family into n turmoil. While Mrs.
Palmer, PoHceniuo I.acey and Hurt
Iltwson, tbe bartender at. tho Kragg
hotel, were seated at the table in
the dlningroom partaking ot their
dinner at 18 o'clock they heard the
report ot a gun in tho direction of the
barroom, where Wm. Palmer, Bon of
the proprietress, was on duty. Mrs.
Palmer at once rushed to tbe barroom
vhere she was met by a man named
Hnrell with a smoking rifle in his
hands, beyond whom she discovered
•he form ol ber sou in a stooping po-
-ition with hia bauds pressed to 1 is
breast
When youi g Palmer suw his mother
'iei xclaimeii:
"Oh, mother, he has killed me. He
line Bhnt me through the lungs."
Tbe man, Martin H irrell by name,
slid: "Yes, I have killed him, and 1
.iill kill y. u too," but Mrs. IMtuer
rushed by him and throwing her arms
about the stnoping lorni of her son,
assisted liin> to the dlningroom where
he sank to the Boor overcome by the
rapid 11 jw uf blood from three shot
wounds in bis breast.
In the confusion which followed, tbe
murderer escaped trom the building
and startid ib.wn the railway track.
Constable Lacey followed him; but
when the retreating m in Faw him he
leveled bis 80 30 Winchester at him
ind told him to gu back it bo did nut
want to be killed. Not having any*
'liing heavier than a revolver, the
constable had beat a temporary retreat
tud the man disappeared in tin
wood 8.
Young Palmer died in bis oio heiV
inns belore reaching Fernie.
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Fernie,Aug. 24—Hirre'l retnrnrd
last night to the hotel with the avowed
intention ol shooting ano'lisr man
He was fired on by tbe provincial
police and *aB captured alter lieing
wounded.      He died during the nighi
S-arch is being made for Const.
Licey of Elko, nho has been mi.-Bini
since the pursuit of Harrell begnn. I
is fi nred he is either dead or badh
wounded in the bnsb.
CITY COUNCIL
Curlew Law to be Enforced—$50
Donated to labor Day Sports
A meeting ot the city council wn
b-Id on Monday night. Present, Mayor Hamilton, Aid. McCarty, Cowan.
Abraham-Jim and Bews.    .
A connniuiicitiim fr.mi Harvey, Mc
Carter St. Pinkham on behalf ol VV
Newman Jit Co, iv-s read, asking I, i
extension ol ti ne within which to fur
uisb   bund.—Time   extended  lo Sepi
10„h, llilo, alt conditions if previous
memorandum tu stand.
A communication from the Trade
and l.-i. rn Council was read, ml. in;
lor a donation tnwani* Labor Day rele
Oration. Mr. James Malhieand Mr
Worth appein d in support of same
On motion ol Aid. Hews, si cniab d til
Aid. AbrahaniHiin, it wan res: Uul ttin■
|S0 he donated. Aid. C .wan dissenting
A delegation waited un the council
re putting into [urofl a Curlew bull.
Moved by Aid, Oowan, seoouded bj
Aid A In a I tin -i.n, I Iml l'.ylilli No II
being a bylaw to regulatu the hour
during which children under Ifi yean
ol age may be on the streets without
their parents or guardians, be rigidly
enforced, and that a Cmtew tell be
rung nt '.I o'clock each evening —Car
ried. Thc city cleik was instructid
to notify the Chiel ol Pulice, and n
circulai to lio issiiiil to every house
holder iu lhe eiiy.
Moved Aid. Ahrahamsnii, sicoiidid
Aid. Dews, that contract betwecu eity
and ES. 0. Kromr-y (nr building a new
power house, he signed by ci y ns all
is in order.—Carried,
Movid Aid. Bews, siCiiidnl Aid
Cowan, tli.it nu accepted bank cheque
ut $2200 bn taken from T. F. Sinclair
it Co., ub security lor hisc nitract with
the city lor the eastern nnd western
sections ol tho sewer system —Carried,
Meeting then adjourned,
Qoiig! going!!   gone!!!   Orders   fur
10 cars ul (Jau.ier'a coal.
Fishing
I Tackle
Summer  days awaken
enthusiasm in the Fisher-
//. -o \*,      man.     If  in  looking over
/■' your fishing equipment you
' find the need of new arti
cles   you   should bear US  in  mind  for we carry   a   very
complete assortment.
Hunters' and Campers' Supplies, Tents
Pack Straps, Camp Stoves, Axes, Hunting
Knives, Compasses, Rifles, Shotguns, Ammunition, etc.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS HARDWARE DEALERS PLUMBERS
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Dots' School Clothes Ready
Hundreds of mothers And their new clothes
for their buys one of the Bret necessities for
Si'limil opening, so we are ottering a snap in
Hoys'Suits fnr the next week. Good values for $5, Sil and $".   Now 1*3.00.
Boys' Stockings
We shall offer for the next week several
dozen pair of line, serviceable stockings for
exceptionally low prices — 3oc. and 40c.
Now 25c.
Boys' School Shoes
We have just opened up a nice assortment of
Boys' Sohool limits and have some extra
good values from .S2 to 93.60,
McJiae Mercantile Co.
■ Limited
CHOICE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
We sell the choicest cuts of Lamb
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Lovers of Fine Poultry will appreciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
Under New Management
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
The    Greatest    Health    Resort    nn    the    Continent
Natural Hot Water in Baths
Open All the  Year.   Natural  Hot   Water
12-1 Degrees of Heat
Rates from $12.00 to $15.00 Pep Week
Ice Cream - Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEH   TILL   MIDNKillT ie 3
TIIE MAIL-! I ERALD, REVELSTOKE  B- C
WEDNESDAY j AUG.
Zb. flPail-lfocvato
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jntertoi pubus-bum Company
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Owing io increase 1>\  Bankheail Mines in the  price  of conl
oomn * i*'.ml" ■ I<t, nil customers wishing coal delivered
during the month of August will receive it. at ihe same price as
heretofore. Prices after September 1st and until further notice
are an follows i
Broken furnace! SS0.25
Egg Coal ■ $10 25
Stove Coal - $10.25
Nut Coal      - $ 900
Briquettes      -       S 8.25
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIKE,   URE   ANU   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
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barb1stkr8, b0uc1t0b8, btc,
k-.k Building IUcysl
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lievelstoke. < ranbrook
.,* illegi - -' veral good newi papi rs and
.i | rint ii c efltablUhmoul whieh evi ry
year publishes a number of bunks on
varinuB lines.
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Tub OAHADIAS Bank ob COMMERCE,
Thi; Molsoss Bask, i   i
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Pn rincial Land Surveyi r,
Mining Suiveyoi
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Commission Presents Report to
Government
Victi ri i, Aug 21 —Tin1 lire insur-
„ .* o !i'r.--i' ii consist ii c ill Messrs
R, S. I- inii*. chairman; I), II Mao-
Djwall, and A. B. Erskine, ivhieii was
app lintiil nn F h I lasl in di r i list
chapter ol lhe provim i i! stai uti - re-
pi ■ .* cnqiiir es o n ceming pnblie
matters, Fnil.-v pn si nlcil tii his bum r
'■ 1 anl  '-'ivi Ml' I'   Illli:   li"llill,.S
an I ni' rt, itlachi il to « hirh imi- ii
viiluiiiii nii« ii im- n[ i videnoe ri ei iveil
by tl '■ con mission during iln* iiltii gs
h ild .:. ditt'i rei t eitii.- ol i he I'n vii ce
r . c tnmlBsi ii er  n c m mend:
lhn tin' government create an inst r nee deparl tu nl
That im un'ii'i'i si il cum pinion nr
Mm!' rwriti rs be pi rmiticd lo s iicil
bu im i s.
Th t insurers be permittid   tn p'are I
insuranc * with  uni conned •• 'inpa  i' s
mil in Btioh i vent to iblain i .   ectiot
nm ii' ol claims upon • cu -
inj i lici use to dn so.
1   U the gi vernment i e empowered
by law i ikr  such ri gulal ioi - ss il
uy in pievei i the
s licit iti ii "I ini im ss hy ii s| i ctoi -
coming inin tbe provhioe under such
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That tin re be do muniei] i
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Tli ii in-' im* ii com mi i - be r quired
to give either a gu * leid b md m m
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ni iy pieVr l   pro    I ti
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Th it ihi illSll-.l :
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believed that the prisoner wns bill
Haney, and the Canadian officials toi k
ati ps to have the man identified
Vi'siiul iy u Pink itnii di ti olive
Inini Lis Angelis, accompanied bj
Prank Deahm nf that city, arrivid in
Dillon lir this purpose. Den bin wus
fui In- the Canadian auib rilies to
look the prisoner over, us he is intimately acquainted with the Hmiy
[amity.
As si i n us be saw thn suspect
Deahm declared ilnt it was eitl er
Bill ni Dm H nny. l ui bo i-milil nol
make up bis nib il ivi ich. Deal in
Hniil t hal 1 e work' il fi r llm ty i
Lis Angeles, where lbe lattir was n
oonlraoior, owned a fine residincr,
and Innl a wife ami family,
Deahm ide tilled the buy bi >«'
ridden by lbe in is ner when he attempted to bold up the I uiik hi'ii', as
one belongii ^ tu Dm Haney. He
siid that be himself Ind ridden the
a'limal many limes in Los Angeles
He claimed that lhe Canadian i Hic-
ials did not kn w whether it was Bill
or Dan Haney who was kilul durii g
tbu pursuit nf tin- Asborofl train
robbers.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF   A. DE FEO
IIchhUmuv, Si ■ Linil Slrvol
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iist year in Victoria  Col   -: ■■   ;md   hiving
■  ..i ij lo l'oiiu' hack lo Rewlsloki1
on othor business, I wish lo slarl   in  ihis
city nnAcaJemj ol" Music, litting siudcuts
.  i   examinations  to  lhc   Const t va-
ol  I   i rope,
Ull.l-S   WI'iiAIImh1'-
I,     Lessons will stai' on Septemh
\-    :   ihis date lessons   w ■'..   go   o>\   u ow
day o ■
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Which Brother was Killed?
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Uevelstoke Hospital Society
CERTIFICATE  OF   KE 1ISTRATI0N
OF   AN   EXTRA I'RON tNOIAL
t OMPANY,
Companies Art, Canada,  Province ol
British Columbia,
Nn. Ill, 1910,
I HEREBY CERTIFY Unu the
"Empire Lumber Company" an Ex
tm Provincial Company, has this
day boon registered . s a Companj
under the "Companies Act" to carrj
out or eflect all or any of tho oh
j* lis ol the Company to which tin
legislative authority ol tho Legislature of British Columbia oxteuds.
The head ollice uf tho Company is
situate at Huron, In tho County u.
Beadle, in the State of South
Dakota.
i'he head office ol thc Company in
this Provlnco is situate at Rove!
stoke, and George Smith McCartor,
BarrlBter-at-law, win - address is
Revelstoke, aforesaid, is the attorney tor tbo Company.
The amount uf the capital of the
Company is Flvo Million dollars,
divided Into Fifty Lho sand shares
of One hundred dollars oaeh. The
time of the existonco ol tbo Com
puny Is twentyiivo years from tho
19th day of May, A. D.,  L910,
Tho Company is limited.
GIVEN uinler my hand and Soal ol
(illiee at Victoria, Province of
Hiitish Columbia, tins Eighth day
of July, one thousand nine hundred
und ten.
J. P. McLEOD,
Acting Registrar of Joint-
Stock Companies.
Tbc objects (or which this c impanj
has been established are:—
To act as tlmbcrmen, saw mill
UO u| uouijoqunii pun s.i,,|oi.ido.ul
and any of Its branches; to buy and
sell all kinds of timber, timber lands
logs and ldmber; to buy, sell aad
manufacture all kin,Is of lumber and
wood work; to maintain and operato
lumber yards and deal In all merchandise usually sold In such yards;
to buy, sell, lease or mortgage all
kinds of real estate; to buy, sell,
build, equip, operate and construct
private railways, highways, roads,
canals, sluices, flumes, waterways
uud streams, either belonging to the
Company or to others, tor tbe Company's use, and to accept charters
[for the operation ol same, and to
charge tolls for services rendered to
others In the operation of same;
either to buy, sell, build or construct tugs, steamships, steum lines
und sailing vessels, and to operate
the same; to enga;:e in any and all
kinds of manuft&turing, either of
lumber or general wnod work, and
for that purpose to buy, own, build,
erect, construct and operate saw
mills and other wood working mills;
to engage in logging and the towing
of logs either for Itself or tor others
to make, execute and except any contracts, lenses, licenses, concessions,
grants, privileges, or charters, to
assign any of tbe foregoing or any
act rei ti ■■ to the foreg Ing
i it: .1- and give     i'i
i,     bonds     or
of     this      or      *    ■
,.i opei ty      of
.  . ever; to own and
.*.... ;■     li   a id  retail  st   res fnr
the buying     i in
to  own,  nc-
Ind of    personal
and vote shares ol
lock, and tbat     of
*
■mi. .1 by it; to *  * ■'■
■   evidence
tbe i ay-
by     mort
■
. 11,  deal  in
•■    beat,
and
•
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world, with power to secure registration or license tr.iin any governmenl in in business in any jurisdiction, as tbe Board of Directors may
linn to be to the advantage of the
corporation. Iw -lw.
WEI
Cheap Rate on Hay
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f*ll.   To obviai I
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Ontario »nd '   ;i)''   '*  i
luallv gor-d.
Ho Jail; Ho Liquor; No Court
1MKVT TELL, ME!
I know soap wen the wrapper's off.
I've been takin' in washing for 15 years.
I oughter know.
:   it   from   me   there    ain't
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mail" •  '    •     7- '*' '
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will not i" rm'it       .■ be in
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tbe island, not ■ V ;lr-  '■'•■
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There   an-   =J tciai  letnii -"-
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN  NONYMOUS.
Cei'tiflcati) of Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise, Wt lib uiul Adellnn (li-nc-
ional) Mineral t.laim, situate in the
limit Luku Mining Division of West
Kooleuuy Hisiiiii.
Where located: On Surprise Creek,
Xoiih foik of l.iii'iln elver.   "—'
TAKE NOTICE lhal I, 0. II. N.
\Vilklt', acting as agent for William
\. Kunti', I'ini' .Minn's Certificate
Niinili'i* It 1848U nnil David Morgan,
I'.M.i'., Number li 040(10, Intend, i-ixly
lays I'n in tin11' hereof, lo applv lo the
Mining lti-i-iiiilui- I'm' n Certificate of
Improvements, for tbo purpose of
ibiiiining u Crown (limit of the above
iaiin.
And further lake notice that action,
older Section 87, must he commenced
neluie lhe Issuance of such Certiflcati
if liuprovi-iiiniiis.
Mated ihiu 23id day of June, A. 1)..
1010,
O. H. N. Wii.kik.
Tumi Lake, 11. 0.
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Teacher o! Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupils prepared (or Toronto Couservatorj
of Music.
Local Examinations,
Studio:   Second Street
Till'.   kKVfil.STOKh:
NEW  AND
Second lid Store
We Iluy, Sell or Exchange
all ' kinds of Household
Goods,
HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR  MEN'S CAST-OFF
CLOTHLG
3ush Fire Permit*
Settlers mi Dominion I,amis can get
peainils ai the Provincial Police office,
Revelstoke, or an) ofthe Provincial Pin
Wardens, providel tbey comply witi
Sections 5 and b uf I bapter .S4, busi.
Fires Act.
J.   K.   MClyBAN,
Divisional Warden,
CEMENT"BLOCKS
Manafartur**f| fur aw omvMtf of  building*
5EMEH1 AND ! .ME FOR SALL
IRE CLAY /.ND FIRE
(or'silfl in UrR H .-*
I Rttli»low«-       fc»» for cash,
Wi kinds (■: bDi n- .Vi-las'CTinK
un I        kci>.
Foote & Pradoiini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.   BURRiDGE
Tinsn-.ithing, Repairs,   Hot  Ai>
Pipe and  Furnace  Work
-WORK   SHOP—
Qonnaught Ave.   -    Revelstokf
Wood and Coal
For Sale
l.ifn.   Accident  and   Fire
Insurance.
and Suliurlian Lots,
ni    .
ire upon ap-
■
W. B, Robertson
PHONE  73
To Trappers
Furs Bought;
Cash Prices Pai'
F.   B.   WELLS
F!,TT>o7*tur of Fnr«
ii tell ui tl
■   ol  wore diieu
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
kill all the Hies  and  the  disean
germs too.
THE    MOLSONS    b^iilK
INCORPORATED IBC5
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - ■    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all tlie Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL DANKINQ OU8INE8S TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Br-unohcs.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
■MB 'Ot I
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
U :gayc Transferred and General Dray ing
i urniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phone 276 REVELSTOKE. B.C.       Night can 71
CSeartng Bale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 "wis, Size 22 $3 50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2 50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 00 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 20 3 50 to 4.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50 for    2
12 3-piece Suits, 2? to 31,, $5 and $6 lor $2.75 & $3.50
& Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $1(3,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrnii£cinent5 have recently bwn completed under which the branches
of this Utmk aie Able to Issue Dtdfts on tlie principal points
in the following countries:
Austria-HuOffarr    Finland
Ireland
Belgiuo
Brazil
Bulgaria
Cejloo
China
Crete
1 Vmni'tfc
Fgyp*
Karoo IsbiD'.3
Formosa Iulj
Frama Japan
fr'ch Cochfa-OiLn*   Java
Germany Manchuria
G.e»l BtitAia Mexico
r    .. Norway
a.iul Persia
Russia
Servia
Si am
Sviuth Africa
Straits SetUi
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
frelaai
NO   OELAv   13!   lft3UIN«.
iREV.iLQTOK.E
PhilUpine Islands     West Indiet in
Roumania and elsewhere
7ULt   FAHTICUUAR8   ON   APPLICATION
5fVCH-->».    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
You   Like   Music
Hero is Your Opportunity !
Edison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophonea,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all kinds of lines)* duality.
hiule Agents for the Nuted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
AU kinds  of Instruments  tuned and repaired.
Woik Guaranteed
A call at the music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of the goods.
J. Bingham, mgr.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C wed:
>a
WEDNESDAY AUG, 2-1 1910
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. (
Yace 3
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LOOK
A N 1)
r i: a d :
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICKS
Wi
nnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Tolal
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
it              ii              ii
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
Bed
5.3!>
681b,
1.59
6.94
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
Howson's
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
Price delivered
70c.
•• $9.60
'• 14.40
1.20
" 13.00
" 14.00
" 5.20
" • 7.20
" 4.00
" 7.20
"    16.50
We make our profit by shipping in oer loud lots, thereby saving freight rules. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods nut specified in this list to mir store nml we
will prove our statements,   Remember we deliver goods ami set up free from breakage.
R.   IIOM'SON   fe  CO
Revelstoke, B. C.
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
f.
1908 - Revelstoke Agricultural Society - 1910
THIRD   ANNUAL
FALL FAIR
Revelstoke, B. C.
SEPT. 6-7,1910
$3,000 In Prizes
Horse Racing. Band Music. Special Rates on CP.R.
Exhibits of Fruit, Vegetables, Poultry. Live Stock. Dairy Products,
Ladies' Work. etc. specially welcomed. For Prize Lists. Entry
Forms, etc.. or any information regarding railway rates write
to the Secre'ary.
^
ALEX.  McRAE,
President.
R. HOWSON,
Treasurer.
C.  M.  FIELD,
Secretary.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlargeil ami Improved.    First-CIass in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Koohib.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL_
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOHSTE      PROP.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    iS.   O.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SKINS
All kinds Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
K. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Tliinl St.  and Kobcon Avenue
Advertise in the Mail-Herald
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avonu
Fruit, Candies, Cigarii.Tobacco.
MeaJp 35 centn.
i A. H. Sing, Proprietor
A SNAP—Five Roomed House nnd
Lot (or ealo with Furniture, no
reasonable ofler refused.—Apply to
A. Tevin, Second Street, east.
TAX  SALE   NOTICE
Notice is herchy given that 1 shall sell al Public Auction on
Saturday the 3rd day of September, A.D.. 1910, al the City Hall,
Revelstoke, P>. ('., at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or
improvements, or real property, as described, for unpaid dclinquenl
Municipal 'faxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses due
thereon, unless in the meantime, the arrears of Municipal taxes,
special rales, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
Schedule hereunder, be sooner paid.
Dated at lievelstoke. this 30th day of July, A.D., L910.
BRUCE   A.   LAWSON,
Collector for the Co- poratii n of the City of Revels'okc.
AHSKSSBB  OWNBH
Armstrong, Win (fiacres)
Adair, 12. B.... (02aeres)..
Bell, Miss A. AI	
Ballaftarde. S !	
Beck, Hv. I)	
Barber, J. Guy	
Ooughlln, Mrs. 11. K  	
Doll, I,. II	
I) uiioei', N	
Elsnn, Mrs. Vv'.'.'..".'..'.'.'..
Fraser, I).F,(house, govt.Id)
Fleming, W.(house CPU Id)
Fulton, .lames	
Graham, Walter	
Hum ing, A. li	
Ginandi, M. l-hu-k. CPU Id)
Giilliek, .1	
Hansen. A. 0. G.
Hamilton, William
llr.l-ll'illl. (ins
Henderson, I'
Hnpgood, K. .1. i house I
John-son, August
Ki'iniighaii, .lolin
Lane, Bertha   	
Menotte, Al..
.Minion. .I.ilues
Miller. Mrs. Esthei
Men,ill.'. I'lein . . (house)
McCarl v, I'. house hi old mil
Nicol, W. T.      	
Tool, Wm. I!.
Porter, T. It  M.   .  '   . '   .
Sumner, (i .1.
Smith, Mrs. M. A.    .
Shardlow, Mrs. I.. .!.   .
Skinner, T.( villa lot 511, 1 acl
Solloway, Alf. Y„
Slonex, 11. H.
Stacey, Airs. K.
Sliiniust, Miss A.
Turner, .Ino. A.   .
Vegan, I', (land s. of lilk Hi
Vundall, I", estate
Willi.-*, Francis I'].
WimhIi-ow, Jus. I.
Woilsev. I) (."i iiti'-i
Wilkinson, Ed. (house)      .
Walsh, A. K. H.
Freeman,   .1.   M.   P.    Villa I
See. -'T, Tp. 21	
I Inner, James   S.E.  ',   nf Su
'I'ii. 2n. liiu acres 	
18
II
12
ll
82
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8
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211
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nl.i. ll
Deltmiueni HllllMtopy
'^""•Band  (.OBUand
l""'1'1-1 l" Expenses
Dec. 81, 'ns
villa 1
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17
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8
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in 17
8 2
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11
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21
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211
21 i
22
41
II
II
4 :i
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15
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23 ill
7 70
20 7ii
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ill I 52
li III
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5 18
7 77
IS II
II 72
I II
22 77
'.il (il
2il 72
33 mi
III 45
12 .'12
12 32
05
I H7
1 1i"i
51 13
is 68
II 72
18 (HI
HI (KI
2 UO
12 !U
2."i IHI
I) 72
III III
is in
12 Illi
1 77
2 80
7 77
5 is
7 '.is
ll :,l
it 7.7
2ii 73
Hi si
7 ill
2i i 22
2 IVI
."i SS
11 II
II 71
21 28
27 51
15 20
11 HI
Hi SI
5 17
I 78
102 ri
II I IS
2.S 51
12 iii
7 17
II ss
37 lit
In .Ml
in 05
2 2! I
il Ili
2 38
8 03
il .".2
il .",2
2 i!2
1 (H
2 SI
2 25
2 38 ■
2 HU
2 IS
2 117
ii 13
ii SS
3 Hit
8 lis
2 07
•2 III
2 HI
2 (15
2 III
2 20
I 72
1 12
2 18
2 (iS
2 50
2 HI
2 lil
ii iin
2 IS
I   10
1 Hi
2 HI
2 10
2 II
2 38
2 25
2 HI
2  17
2 IS
3 oil
2 si
2 lili
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2 lit
2 20
2 7H
2 IS
il 21
ii :I7
1 20
2 55
2 SI
2 25
2 US
7 12
2 15
ii 12
2 111
2 ill
:: 85
2 s:,
TOTAL
.\ MOUNT
IUI*:
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21 i .Ml
III II
2ii 7ii
iiii Illi
iii i'l
s S|
(iii SS
III lis
7  I.i
IU 15
21 III
12 2i I
if 01
2.,   '.1:1
11 52
23 75
ii7 37
22 12
II HI
11 03
2 711
il 77
11 35
511 15
53 (HI
12 2H
Ili 28
12 50
I 111
15 58
20 2U
12 2U
51 45
52 5H
15 lill
3 87
5 Ul
ID 15
7 til
in 88
12 'll
5 03
2il 71 i
111 68
8 70
27 53
I 73
S 17
in si
12 22
27 III
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III 5",
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7  12
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1 IH 57
11 58
ill IW
II 1*2
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II 22
III is
13 H8
lil
Ames Holden Shoes
for men who work
for men who are much
on Iheir feel for arti-
s.ms, farmers, fruit
growers all those live
an Outdoor life    these
shoes are particularly
well suited, They are
mado Btrong, serviceable, practically impervious to the weather,
  well sewn throughout
They are built to definite standard, for every boot must pass lhe most critical
ction before leaving the factory. We have put a
lifetime of experience into the making of those shoes.
Thoy are ihe most perfectly dependable shoe on sale in
this Province to-day.
ASR IOR
AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR MEN
P.S.— You cannot get more out of a hoot than the
maker has put into it, and that is why we are emphatic
upon this point   the qnality of the Ames-llolJen Shoes
we know what we have put into them.
AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited
■a
fin Old-time Pioneer Dead
Ehie, Aug. 21 —A dispatch fr- m
Otliforuiu stall a that lhe »< li known
Martha Collins, ■ i Krie, bui cumbing
to a complication ol ailim nte, baa
answeied the last ri ii rail. Every
mining camp from Calil rni.i to
A'aska will hear the news with feeling!
ulregret|
No helated wanderer beating lii4 wi y
down Bouth will be able to pup
through the half rlosril door of the
hotel, to see the old lady, like Mai.
thew of old, b Iting at the receipt ol
custom, and moving ail the springs of
battle with unerring skill.
There wile few miners in llie dis-
tricl who were nol familiar with this
extraordinary woman, She knew every
innn by hi*' Christian name aud in tbe
course ol ber long career seemed to
bave had every woman working for
In i ul son ,* ni ;ir or n mote time,
Thrice in possession ol $100,000 and
Beveral times Hat bn k,*. the late Mrs.
Collins i xperieuce waa both extensive
and peculiar, Winn the history >>(
the I'acilic slope ci mes t" be written,
uld Lady Collins, »•< she »*»" famil-
liarly called, Bhould bave a whole
obapter to beraelf.
No matter what the emergency, she
was able iu words i f tbe humorist, to
rise up ui'iil to the emergency. With
a memi ry that never pi .veil ber false,
she could elYliai d tell what happened
20 years ago, She knew everybody's
history and was an unerring judge of
human nature, particularly ol the
masculine variety.
A just coiil'nlence in hor own powers
and profound faith in her guud fortune, which seemed to lie in harmony
with actual fuel*, characterized her
moves on tbe business chequer hoard.
With very few exceptions, she knew
exactly what ought to be dune—and
how lu du it. She was born to rule
ind at once assumed power and responsibility as hers of right.
Familiar with nearly every district
en tlie I'acilic, and even in the gull ul
Mexico, Irom New Orleans right to
Juneau, Bbe could re'ate anccdottsuf
experience io a long string of town-,
Ki.i over duty years the old lady hid
buttled wuli lotiiii.e, and her suo.
oesees exceeded by her failures. Her
spirit, unlike utlicrs uf her sex, rose
with llie extremity, and she uever
showed to better advantage tlian wbeu
her buck was to the wail.
The lute Mrs. Collins wus at oue
time Very well known in V. --..nu
where she conducted a hotel lur suite
ye.irs. I'p to a lew months ago she
was engaged in a similar business iu
Erie.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
tiepairs of all kin I*, neatly  carried oi
Bicycle and Uun nok a specialty
Est!males uiv,mi un any class
of work.
Front     Street.
FOR BALE Fresh Cow, to he seen
ut Revel toke Sawmill I ompany,
Big Eddy, li. O.
How to get
I a pure white
li   Joaf^J
'THE object of all expert
bakers and cooks is to
make a pure while loaf
And ihibobicct is attained
by the use of
puRiry
FLOUR
Purity is a hard-wheat
flour of decidedly superior
whiteness, ll bakes into a
pure white loaf. So, you
see, to get the really beautiful while loaf you must use
iv\ flour.
"Moro Bind
and bettir "
brtad."
Wfll.-n Ctn.,1. HcW M.lll Co ,  Lid.
Or  *•   Winn r*.   Mnntiob* rei.
IE MAIL-HERALD  UEVELSTOKE, K C.
WEDNESDAY  AUG. 24 L910
Kootenoy Central.
(Irnding i. i the  construe  rm t f tin
l\      * Centnil way in now ii
lull swing Wnil is nt present being
done near ^Varduer Ruini; northward,
while anotlu t cre,i ol nn ti ie employi >l
near Fori Slei Ip, and s n e IS ini:ie
have aire idy beeu gr idvd i ou b from
il .lileii. It is not likelj ' hat tbi raili
will bo laid into Foi t R eele bel re the
bi iw f IY. and p* Bsibly not befi ri
spring. When this branch of the 0.
1'. K i- oompleti tl betweei Oranhrook
and Goldi ii ii is said lhal it may he
i' mtinued n irth along tbe Columbia
river   from   Beavermoutb to  the Big
Bei '1   i. utry    '1 be   latter territory
,; i- Bi * :.. a dep I and gn al urn
oral resources, hi Fldi s immeuse timi er
arm-. Sixteen 0, P. R, surveyors left
Revelsl ke ri ceni ly to mi el another
party tbatBtarted from Beavermoutb
i . ■ y are to coi duct and carry oul a
location survey for thi*- proposed C I'.lt
branch through tbe northern country.
B. C. Capital Welcome Laurier
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and party
reached Victoria Tuesday evening
where the Premier wns accorded an
enthusiastic welcome Thedooks nnd
BtreetB were gaily dtcorated and were
lined with people. Tlie mayor mil
the cii ic reception committee and iln>
• rs   ' i   i he    1 iberal   Assooial i m
■ ■ *i i o Pn mier ou the in er
i'i ri aching the I in,ling Premh r
M iBridecamc on board and tbe Di -
u an 1 Provincial Pn m'era
cla i- il I'm,ils and exenanged c uirt-
esies ainiil elu I-t !,
Tuesday   night    l'o mier   Mc Bride
entertained Sir Wilfrid und party at a
ic   recepliun   at  the  Parliament
buildings, which aero exquisitely dio-
o: iii d ui il illuminati il.
UNION HOTEL
AHHOW HKAH, 11. ( .
Special Attention given to commercial
men uiul lout ists. First-class sum pit
m b. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Uppei   \i!*"\\ Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
Corporation of tlio City of
Revelstoke
FOR SALE
i'iiv property  in arrears   for taxes
up lu lllsl   Her.',    P.iOS,    x\ ill    he   sold   lit
Public Auction al the Oity Hall at 2
o'clock p.m. on Saturday, Sept. iini
proximo.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Jy liu lm Collector,
Corporation ot ihe City
of Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given lhat
\Y. J. Kcwcasllu has been appointed
plumbing inspector lor llic Cily ot' Revelstoke, All applications for sewer connections or for plumbing inspection inns! be
made at llie Cily Hall.
Hi Order,
BRl'i li A. 1. UVSON,
Citv Clerk.
MAiHAJtt I
Corporation of tlie City of
Revelstoke
The puhlii  are hereby  warned   Ilml   no
sewei connection enn be made or   plumbing ill-mil,*,! until application   lor   permission foi same has Ih-,*ii made and granted,
l*,v   Order,
BKUCH A,  LAWSON,
Citv Clerk,
Dominion  Lands
Railway Belt of  British  Columbia
The date for lire coming into force
of the new regulations bus been
changed.   A new date will be set later.
t'niil further notice no entries to be
granted in lhe New Westminster dis
uiil and east uf Range lij, west of
sixth meiidi.ui inclusive.
P. fi. KKYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, June 20, lulu.
NOTICE
Kevelsli ke I.mil District.
Dibit i.-i i.l \\ ,* .i Kootenu;.
Take nol ice i bai I, Julia A. Simpson, oi Ai 11 i\ bead, uccu| al ion nun -
ried woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase Lhe folli n ing
desci ih,*,i lands :
Commencing   al    i   pi ,t planted al
Lhe   -"iiiii,*.■-:    L'ntnei    ol   Lol
thence n esl IU ch tins, I bence si uth 7
more   or   less   I"   lake shoie,
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Local Industry
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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
cAccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents far the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash WEDNESDAXitAUG. 24. 1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
7   .
Pago 8
The Elevator ia in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage of it to
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Pretty Hair Dressing
No matter how generous nature has been
tlie prevailing modes call for such quantities that it is necessary to have aids to
pretty hair dressing. We have Coils,
Braids, Switches, Turban , etc. Now
lot of Knglish and French Sanitary Hair
Goods on show these days.
Percale House Dresses
It needn't cost much to keep cool and
plea»antly dressed at home with such
trig, comfortable frocks as we are showing these days, and then the necessary
washing guarantees are there.
At $3.50
New Arrivals
New Paisley Ruchings
New Dutch Collars
New Early Fall Underwear
New Embroidery Linens
New Flannelettes
New Percales
New Styles
A visit to any of the trains will affoul
good ideas of the new styles in Dresses,
Suits, Coats, Hair Dressing, etc, there
are so many tourisls going through these
days from the cities.
Shirt Waist Bargains
Small lots of various styles from our own
stock. Every woman who delights in
tine Shirt Waists will appreciate the exceptional quality and high class charm
of this lot quite a? much as the sharply
reduced prices.    They are now
$1.85
School D
resses
The children will start school again a
week from Monday. Smarten them up
for the start in these twill wash suits and
dresses. Thty are the left overs from our
summer selling.    Look them over.
Each $1
Fruit J
run juices
These hot clays human nature craves for
something more refreshing than water.
Fruit Juices are the most appetizing beverage; besides, they aro nourishing.
Freshly bottled drape -luice, I.ime Juice,
Pine Apple Juice, Raspberry Fruit Syrup,
Pine Apple Fruit Syrup, Lemon Fruit
Syrup, and 10 other fruit syrups. Raspberry Vinegar.   Lemonade Powders.
Fruit J
ars
A car of Pickling Crocks, one, two, threi
and five gallon. Also new sealers, pint,
quart and half-gallon. The demand is
unprecedented for these containers this
year. Cut yours before the assortments
are broken.
Teas and Coffees
Sunbeam Tea, our own blend, put up for
us, branded C. Ii. Hume it Co. You have
our guarantee as to quality. -10c. and 50c.
per lb., in 51b, packages    1.75, and   2.25.
Just now we have a special tea at a
special price—.'! lbs. for $1.
A special buy i u! us in possession of a
quantity of ex'.t quality Mocha and
Java Coffee. We grind this or pulverize
it in our electric mill and wo would
advii-e you to buy a lb. at 50c, or 51bs.
for $2.25.
House Furnishings
Lace Curtains and Curkin Goods
Just arrived an extra choi e lot of the
very newest creations, in Lace and Fine
Net Curtains in   White, Ivory and Ecru,
choice Nets a-id Madras Muslin. A-k to
ste the new -^crim Curtains.
Carpets and Carpet Squares
We are offering special values in Web
Carpet made up to fit. Some very dainty
and artistic designs.
Our range of squires is choice in every
respect, iucluding—Axminsters, Wiltons,
Brussels, Tapestrys, Velvets and Ingrains,
a new lot just arrived, which we are
offering at prices which will make them
go quickly.
Iron Beds. Mattresses and
Bedding
We bave a full line nf Iron Beds ranging
in price from $K io $25. It will pay you
to examine these goods.
Health Brand Mattresses, all sizes in
four qualities. The best medlt tu and
low priced mattress on the market.
We arc giving our Special
attention to Fresh Fruits.
We can help you if you
arc preserving. Call in
and fee the assortment.
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at tbe hack of lhe store on
the Ground Floor, is proving a
convenience. Wo have a fine
" Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
The Slater Sh
oes
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A few new ones just to hand and thev are
beauties, showing real value in every sea m
MEN'S BOX CALF BLUCHER-raedi-
um sole, drill lined, the famous Goodyear
welt and the Slater ' Seal of Certainty"
makes it the most popular boot on the
market at fl 00 per pair.
MEN'S BOX CALF BLUCHER—drill
lined, medium sole, extra plump stock, a
shoe which is made to lit the foot and
give the maximum amount of wear.
Price $5.00.
MEN'S   TAN     MOOSE    BLUCHER—
This shoe we consider our very best value.
Heavy sole, viscolized, screw shank,
leather lined throughout, made on F. and
F lasts. A shoe for hard wear and comfort.    Price $5 00 per pair.
Ties for M
en
This week we arc putting on a line of Men's
Ties at a |iri* e. . Real nobby goods in
four-in-hand shapes. All widths from
1.1 inches to .'!. The regular price of
these ties was* liOc, 75c , and $1, While
they last you get a snap.
35c. each
Felt Hats at a Price
A real, genuine bargain in M.-nV Felt
Hats. That, is what we are putting on
for the coming week. A large range of
Hie present season's blocks and colors,
both soft and stiff shapes. There is not
one hat in the bunch which is worth less
than $2.50. Just take a look al our McKenzie Avenue window atol be convii 11 I
of the value oi this bargain. Don't he
too late in looking them over for tbey
can't last very long at the price.
REMEMBER—All up to-dale blocks and
shades, and Iho price
$1.50 each
Vegetables
Fresh   Vegetables   arriving    daily,    the
linort on thc market.
Get   Hume's   Prices
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke ™«Arrowhead
MAIL. TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Ordi i •' Set d the i hildren
to the Ston '     < lome yoursi !f, or
ban- .mr city Traveller call tit
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large or too small for us to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get the best of attention. Tage 8
THE MATL-HEIUU)UEVELSTOKE, B C
WEDNESD/IY, AUG. 24. 1910.
Early Shipment
Ladies' Cashmere Hose
Black Underskirts
. tlues at 25c. per pair.    Vou can't
Speoial at 'JO cents each. Just the Skirt
tl them in ihe city for their wearing
for the early Fall weather.
,
New Ladies' Skirts
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
We an      ering a special line oi Skirts
Soft and  Stiff Hats in all the Latest
at reduced prii es.
shapes.    l'p-to-tbe-minute in style.
Fall and Winter Coats
New Ties, Negligee Shirts.
Ft             and Misseb'.   They include
test stj les.
Fall Overcoats in Men's and Boys.
Knit Golf   Coats   and Sweaters
for   Women   and   Children,
fill early and get best  selection.    We
can supply you with all your Fall needs
at reasonable  prices.    Come and look
full range open and put
in
this shipment over  and  see  what we
stock to-day.
have for you.
REID C& YOUNG
Married
Hill-Frazek—On the 18th inst, at
Tonka Farm, Revelstoke, by Rev.
W.C. L'.ilder, Walter James Hill, ol
R ,gers PasB, to Edna Evelyn
Frazer. "I Neleon, B. C.
LQCRL AND GtHERRL
Moving I'ktures tonight.
The serious forest [Ires nt Salino,
south of Nelson, are now under con
trol.
M,--ir*. McDonnell Bros.have taken
over the Windeor Hotel Restaurant
and are now iu charge.
A meeting of tlie W.O.T.U. will be
held in tbe Methodist church at 3:110
Friday aftern    :..
Tbe bricklajers and masons ol
Winnipeg are out on account o! ii
lockout by tbe contractors.
Five typhoid cases an* being treated
in the hospital at the present time.
Tbe cases ave from oulsii e points.
Oddfellows and baseball players tor
Salmon Ami. Friday 28th,kindly take
the morning train—6:20 o'clock.
Tbe Pringle Dramatic Co. will open
an engagement for three nigbte at the
EJisju Theatre on Monday night
nest.
A freight train mn into a rockelide
near Beaver n Sunday. The • ngino
and s;x car" went ofl the track. No
one was injured.
Lo*t—P.-tir gold-rimmed sp'^tacles,
between city ball aid public school.
Finder wil! receive reward by morning :ame to C. J. Aman.
PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would surest 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  AND  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 lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
WILD WEST EXHIBITION
It Revelstoke, B.C., Sept. Jnl.™
Groncho Busting, Ite.
Revelstoke, for the ti nt time iu tbi
history of the city, wiil have an oppor
unity of seeing a genuine "wild wept'
■ shitiitioi consist ing of broncho bust
i"K, roping and riding wild steers at t
old-time cowboy and Indian races.
Mr. 0. H. Alloc, of Calgary, has been
in the city for a couple of days ar
rangiug fur the appearance of his
cowboys and Indians here and has
leased tbe exhibition grounds fur Saturday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, Sept.
'i d next. Mr. Allen has engagements booked ahead fur the appearance of his troupe at tbe Horse Show
llnilding in Vancouver on Sept. (ith
and to break tbe jump Irom Calgary
through tu Vancouver he has decided
to remain over iu Revelstoke for a day
to give IiIb horses a chance tn feed,
and wiib induced to give an exhibition
here.
There are with the show eight cowboys who aro considered tbe beM
riders on tbe plains ai d nre all picked
m -n, live Blackf.iot Indians, who were
ch sen on acc< tint if tbir ridin
ability, twenty-a x horses, lifti'in ol
Which are outlaws, and two wild
steers The exhibition wi 1 coisist ol
cowboy nnd Indian relay ruce-i, roping
and rounding up tlie wild cattle,
broncho busting, etc. It will be ai
exhibition thu, will only be seen enc
iu tbis district, and no doubt wil'
draw a big crowd to the exhibit ioi
grounds on Sept. 3-d. The prices o'
admission nre reasi.nnbli—50c. for
adults, and 25c for children.
Moving Pictures To-Night
To-night and Th rsday night tbe
E lioon Tlie.tie wil be open and a
t'n at uIiibo program uf moving pictures
•vil.hu bhuttii. l'liey include "The
flapper,"-1 1'rained Falcon Catching
LtabtiitB," Uiiiziliau's Ring," and tbe
louitdy, "Buster's Revenge" and
■ Charity Rewarded." Ou Friday and
Saturday an entire change ol program
vill be shown Including the "Honey-
noon Through Snow aud Sunshine,"
■mowing the famous trutting ostrich
driven in a buggy aud tho OBtricb
(arm at Jacksuiiville, Florida.
Revelstoke Exhibition
Tho committee in charge of the
third annual exhibition to be held in
tbe city on Sept. 0th and 7th are
making rapid progress with their
work. The number of exhibits tbis
year are expected to be larger than
belore, particularly in the livestock
mid poultry cliiase*. Tbe attractions
ind horse racing program will be an
interesting one and will add greatly to
the success ot the exhibition.
At the Theatre
The l'riiigle Dramatic Company will
be in tbe city next week li r a thn
nights' engagement at the Ellison
theatre. Tlie opening night will be
ilondiiy, August 29lh. Tbe l'ringl,
■onipiiny have been playing to big
lusiness throughout the bouUi for tin
past two mouths and last week closed
a successful wick's engagement at tbe
ipera lioioe at Nelson. Tbe company
.vill uo doubt iecei\t good patronage
,ere.
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd*
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Tlie Alberta Hotel, Calgary, was
s Ul thi-, week to a Moutrea! company
for $250,000.
V.'ting on the money hylaw i-i
taking plnce to-diy at Ihe City II ill.
The poll closes at 7 o'clock thi* even
ing,   Tbe vote  generally i*< expected
WANTED—Chain man   for   survey  to give a good majority fur the passu wsand tbe Sab
party.    Must   be experienced   Wages * 0( t|je by-law, lellows.    In tl
O.   Johnson,   C, P. R,   locomotive
engineer, of Rogers' Pbs», whi   waa
the City, being  (retted   for   burns   on
the lelt side ol his face mnl baud, left
tl is morning for his 1 mum' at the Pa -
|60  per   in. nth.   Apply   to  I. D. N.
Stewart, D.L.8., Celista P. O.
The Curfew bell will be rung each
evening, commencing to-night at 9
o'cl ck.     Ti.e tire tells at both Xos ]
and 2   'die  halls will  be   rung
times ilowly,
The price of furs has gone up by
leaps this seat o, Tbe price of lur
c tts, c illars, Bt les, etc., will cost tbe
purchasers '.: -n 25 to 75 per cent.
nKr- tbis year than last,
Ti.'. K otenay Nurseries, Limited,
with a c»i:-.n. :' |75,000 has teen
forme.'. :' r thi | ; -• of growing
i.a:- ry -•    ■ vi inity  ol Ni I-
tor..
Mr. ind Mrs. I tie ol  theii
week bj
The
I uipathy
i
1 lie '■' W
eoci*. and card psi
hall. Bee nd  Street   A ig    .    al   -
p. m.    Rein -: n ■■■--■ a   ,,r,
invited   to attet '*     '*.  .*    I  ;    gi in
will be renden d,
1 bi  Mi d'.-n.  W     !:; ' :.   wil
social and card  put;,   in   Oddfel
hall, second street,    n Aug. 30 .it 8 30
p.m.    Belresbo * served and
all  are  invitui   to   attend.   A   j
program will be tendered.
Moving  Picture*  to-night.
A number ol member') ol Selkirk
Lodge, No. 12, I O O F., are g i g
down to Salmon Arm on Friday on a
visit to the brethren ol M u t Id i
I rlgc. During the alti r
ball match will   be pi*)
11    *;   \    *::  1-
Arm Odd-
kir<
1 il greo tl ii-r. w ;
al Mo mt 1 la , dgi
going ("specially
ested i
day   n: -■
may follow - * .   -
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SOCIAL MD PERSONAL
'"ree I The accident occurred by the expl j
ion ol gas in tbe lire boj ol his i
A new pr' gram nill be pi
the E lison   Tbeati     o    Fi : iy   ami |
Saturday and   "Si   w   I    Sunsbii •
showing scenes   in   Florid.*   nnd   the
ostriob fstm at Jacksonville will
a first olasi scenic enterta
Far In in  being wtislied  witl   the -
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GUN CLUB SHOOT
Closing Tournament of Season
of local Trap Shooters
The closing tournament of lhe season of the Revelstoke (iuu Club wns
held on Monday afternoon nnil mis
most successful in every respect. J.
Guy Barber carried oH ihe honors of
the day winning Ihe Barber trophy,
the Chamberlin Cartridge Co. trophy,
and the Hotel Revelstoke trophy.
Miiiuo won the Lawrence ll.inlw.ue
Oo. trophy, aud Sturdy the Magee-
Hill'kliesH trophy. Mi. Darkness wns
high gun in ibe last named event but
declined to about for ihe liophy,
Magee won lhu li' nine Bros, trophy.
Muuio bud tbe high average for the
day   Following Is a detailed report of
the shoot:
No. 1 event—limb i  trophy.
No. 2   Lawrence ll.ii'liv.ue trophy.
No. ■!   Ch.nnl.i-ilin Co. trophy.
No. I   Hotel Ucvu'stoko trophy.
No, 5   Bourne lin,s. trophy.
No. ti   Mugee-Harkness trophy,       1
No. 7   Sweepstake.
Im   ',*■* 1        J       Ij        |        .".OT     TO   II
N i. turgtils  -" 2iJ 20 21 IU 20 2:, 150
7 14 17 12   8 23 20 10]
Blanche! il3) ii   tl   I   ii   I 21
Mmiiu tit)   10 1(1 Hi 1 i   8 2U IS 104
l             8   0   l)    5 11 30
13|         14 11 12   s 17 II 70
vson (13         11 15   0   4 I.'i .'il
3)10 12 U 11 12 1U 13 '.-I
7 10 13 12 11 IU 17 08
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It 14 10 11   0 20 10 LOO
.    16 II 15 13   - 1- .'7 98
pan nt bests, opposite
indicates the bannicap or
vhl     eacl      in
* r doubles.
BUSINESS LOCALS
You won't wirry about the weather
if you use Ooursier's Coal.
Chieru ! There is still a char.ci
to get sume ul Coursier's coal.
BLAME   IT   ALL  ON  yourself il
vou don't get COURSIER'S COAL.'
•*
It is not the fuel that  eniokcs,  but
the cook tb.it   sinib'S   when  the   coal
uomes Irom Coursier,
Piibl c nud High school books for
wile at Hews' Ding Store.
All blank bonks and pchnnl supplies
nt Hews' Drug Sore.
New music I -lias at Bews1 Drug
Store.
A lull sloik ol Ea tman kolaks at
Bews' Drug Store.
LOST — Bctwe u Revelstoke and
(Ireely Greek, on agon rond, a level
book, bound in yell ■ v leather. Finder
please leave same at City Hill. R.
Smith City E-iglm er,
.'.  McR
SCHOOL BOOKS
High School Books
Public School,Books
Exercise Scribblers
and nil supplies.
Bews' Drug Store
Nml Hume Blum
tr, atment thej |
I r ink  Railway trainmi a
have sppeali 'I   i"   tbe  Ii ten ati nal
executive md  the r.pinion   is   freely
expri i-id   tl at   ihere   will   be
trouble.
Tbe members of the Bind of Hope
are request* d to meel sl tbi
Hall on Thursday sfterni on at I 30,
where they will leave lor the pict
Cricket Club grounds. Bhouid the
weather be wet, tbe afternoon witl be
pat if  the Methodist
church.
M;-- Cioldie F It. * I Mr
I*'.. C. Fromey, i I  t bis rity   » >n  the
: made   white
!   -!17   fur   .'hi ino,
under Ifi yi ars st th ■  V ooouver Ex-
Mrs. 0. I   Wilkes
rly il •...- ' ,i     ilno . m  -•
prize at I lis fame • shil iti m for home-
*i le ..
|    Mayot Vi o d,   I   lii nti rd, has  n-
' ceiveil ollicial n      ■ Ir m  the l'i
cinl   Board   "I   Hi sllh,   lhal
more om rgi i ic  measures  w ere  taki n
to stamp  i ut  r I|       in      .-   cny
tin* provincial sul hotltii - wi old  c
cider tho advisability ul pi icing Rranl
ford ui.ih r qu1 r.i111 ir,e.
Master II. And rsnn, the y ig li n
of Mr, J, Anderson who wai nperali .
on in the hospital on Baturd iy (n
appendicitis, is in a very critical condition, and alight hopes are held uul
f r bi; recovery.
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Haturda;
Meet *   - * I F. H
I'nr-an,   ■
ing fr,,io blood poiaoniug
.ire both i.i.  .
Meters  P illock ami Mrl.nu,
have just
is   public ichi ol  lm
from  \ Ing,
Mr. and  Mrs  N   McE u-Ihtii Ii
Sunday nigiit on a   months' via
■ ii in i be ' ast,    Bi lore returning
Ihey will v
Mrs. I. II   Hamilton will noeire lor
1 iir.ee   her mil
Monday and Tuesday, Aug. -i'.i and 80
and altewarda on tbe leoond I ui sd ij
of each month.
\s.   Home I,   man ig r of   tbe drj
goods   department  ul   Messrs   0. It
IIhipi'* ''•  Oo ,    ll i night   lor To
ronto nml oi her eastern olties, on »
purobasing trip lot the Arm,
c ii. aii.oi, representing tha Wild
West Show, to be given nt* the ex hi
biiion grounds on Bspt  Bid, Is in tbi
city tor ii couple of il.iys urMiigiog In
feed for bll liot»">i with the troupe,
Uevelstoke Girl Wins
-
I   and
i.uve.r
this
■
ol 1,026,323.   11,   lbe   i ntire  <■■
Mill M il  ,rty   '* *']   ninth
■
I I'ilaii I'irk Ur*   -   ,
Misa
'    I
.
stands
■
■
■ work In I
labor Day Sports
*   * if   lhe
Libor Diy Sports, Sep
ing   r*t|.il   progress   with their work
Thi   pi gramn
"ports, lajrosse, baseball, lootba I. Btc
i, .I no loubt but   'i   i icoei l"l day's
moot will bi* held,    A lu'l programme
md   pun'ulars   wi I be publlihid lu
.in next Issuo,
Bush Fire Permits
Settlers on Dominion Lands can get
peamits al the Provincial Police otlice,
Kevelstoke, or any ofthe Provincial V'lte
Wardens, provided they comply witl'
Sections 5 and 6 of Chapter 84, Bush
lores Act.
J.  K. MCLBAN,
Divisional Warden,
NOTICE
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
it the meeting of tbe Boaid of Licensing Commissioners   for the Oity of
I lev,'KI oke lo be held next after" the
publication of Ibis notice for a period
of thirty days, the undersigned will
apply to the said Board for permission
tn transfer to John O Laughton And
Clayton Tapping, nf Revelstoke, the
retail llqti i license now held by me in
respect nf the premises at Uevelstoke
known .is the vVI idsnr Hotel.
Dated Vug. -Jo h, 191(1.
II. J, Hamiiuy.
- W.l\   Warehouse on Sim lh
Co
Apply ttr.VRI HTOKJ   S\u Mil.I,
Ohanaonn Collcoc
Summcrlanft, .ice.
COUHSES   FOR   I9lt) M
lot     ' i        -cliool; Two
.  i'.MsiniM*,,   in-
■ lulling   *o*ii..i*i.ipb'.   ami Type
. ocal
I,       i
in,-a .mil j "'..ii.'  '...nn a
W
■   young
i ii iiii ■ nun.
i   .;.
I      ■ i  pat
III ipal
«rr iv     awyer.
Moving futures io nigiit.
K'lit BALK  One   Brown Man',  1660
i.'i"*    ,'io i '.lit,  in foal,
Ons liny Min-, 1600 pound ..
niuu  yp.nra old,   $2<ir,.* Ap|ily   to  A.
.i   IfeDontll, Hotel Rsvslstoks,
WAN I ll' Al ONCE—Hush lore
moi, thoroughly acquainted «i'i
building and operating timber ihutet
:dt\, Reft renoi a nei ded a« to ('inin i
.ipeii'ii. Btate wsgci Good prni
i^"'ta f'.r steady, sxpertenoed nan
\pi.iy I.un.her Hyn licate, Peotioton
HO
DUBBBMAKKR—Miss Smith, dress
milker       BullDSTI  hours 10 to fi
[i.iii., Mi Km *•» Ave.
r
mkmM
' (     M
m
:' ■*
$
Fall
Dress
Goods
We are now Blowing the lirst of tho
new materials and colorings for Fall wear.
You will lind them very striking and
strictly up-to-date. Diagonals, matte and
basket weaves are lending this Kail and out-
showing in these weaves in the new shades
is very (ine. Navy, grey, greens, reds and
browns in the different shades, and no two
alike.   O-ir patterns are exclusive.
Plaids, checks, cashmeres, mohairs,
serges and fancies, in all colorings and at
all prices.
Trimmings, linings, sewing silks antl
all necessary findings.
Fancy
Work
4
and
Stamping
v-CTXti;*}
We make a specialty of these lines, and
carry a very large stock of Cushion Tops,
Centres and Runners i i floral arid "Arts
and Crafts" designs, and a full range of
Belding's Silks in rope, royal and filo.
We have a splendid assortment of
S'aniping Patterns and can stamp Centres,
l)o\ lies, Pillow Cases, Towels. Corset Covers,
Gowns, etc. A full line of Linens, Towellings, Nainsook, Lawn, Madapolam, etc.,
suitable for stamping. All kinds of embroidery threads, in white and colors.
mz&
ennari*
FOR < .    U   trt   O        GOCJliS.
WHEN YOU WANT
Good Bread
—and you should insist upon getting the best at all
1 times—get ours. Our reputation for good bread is not
the result of chance. Our customers are satisfied that
ours is the uiobI satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and you will become a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
General Groceries, Farm
See our stock for something; tasty these hot clays,
Produce, etc
Fresh stock of Perrin's and Christie's Cream Sodas and
Chiver's Jams and Marmalades just arrived.
McIntyre   & Son
Orders Delivered,
Phone 93.
of
'Etta
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
Diatricl oi Wenl Kootenay,
Take   notice   thnl    Etta   MeCarter
licvetatokci   B.C*i   Spinster,   intends  I
ipply lm* primission   \o  purchase thc tol
lowinj; described laml:
Commencing nt a post plnnted on ili
easl bank o\ tlie Columbia Uiver at th
Vorth-wcsi corner of Lo) s^'i, G
Kootenay District, and marked
MeCarter's soutli-wcst corner post,"
thence easl io chains) thence north Ho
li,iiiis; thence wesl 4O chains more or less
to the east luuk ol the Columbia River,
hi'ii.. south nlong the east hank of the
Columbia River 80 chains more or less ta
ihe poinl »'i commencemenli containing
(20 acres mot e or less.
KM A McOARTER,
By Ih'i agent, Albert Forslandi
Dated lath August, I'M).      aug 17 am
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
That at a meeting held by tho Revelstoke ll. iiiy A' soeiiilion the following resolution wm paw-iei!—•
'I'biit the public be notified lhat on
mil after the   lal  day  of Bentomber,
nun, until the lm duy of Mny, 1911,
the piiee of milk will ailvanee to ei^ht,
|ii;ii*t'. to the dollar, Inatead of Hina
1,'foie, on io'iouni of the continued
hv weather nnd the hi^h prlcea of
iv .mil f I lie coming winter,
Thai milk will be delivered only onoe
i day, nud Hint nil  account! nniHt   lie
inuared once a month.   (Signed)
Thou, Lewie,      N. Pliaoreta
!•'.  Plconl ('• A. Ilaner
Z. Uiiudera A. li. Oarlion
Uugh E. H. Smythe
NOTICE.
Revelstoke I.nnd District.
District of West. Kootenay,
Take notice thai John S. Hariuun, of
Revelstoke, U. 0., occupation cruiser,
intends lo apply for permission to
purohaso the following desoribed landsi
Commencing at a post planted on
the trail leading from MoOnllough
Greek to Krenehl'i-eek, about a quarter
of n mile distant mid iu an easterly
direction  from   Qoldstream   marked
'•J. K. Barnum's North-west Corner
l'o.st; thence soulh HU chains; thence
east HO chains; thence north 80 chains)
thence west HI) chaiiih to the place of
commencement, oontaining (140 acres
more or less.
John S. BAHNUM.
Dated August 2nd, IUU).
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District,
District of West Kootenay,
Take nolice thai Chiuics \, llainiuo,
of     lievelstoke,    11.   O.,     occiipntion,
orulser, intends to apply for permission
io purchase  the  following described
hinds;
Commencing at a post planted on
the trail leading Irom McOullough
Creek to Frenoh Creek, about a quarter
of a mile distant and  in   an   easterly
direction from Goldstream, marked
"8, A. Harnum's North East, Corner";
llieuce south HO chains; thence west
HU chains) thence north 80 ehuins;
I hence east HO ehains to point  of com,
iiieiii'i'ineiii, containing Olo acres
more or less,
Cuablbh August Baunum.
DateJ August 2nd, 11)10,

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