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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in  results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $(!().
t Interior Publishing Co., Agls,
.J/ Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Puolishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16-No. 78
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCiOBHlK 5, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
BIG BEND MICA MIS
111) Claims North ot Rave'stoke
Undergoing Development
OF
.1. I". M lio, of Calgary, nml   his
party of men who have been all the
miiiincr in the Hit,' nend doing work
on the valuable mica claims owned
by tlio Big Bend Mica Mining Oo..
situated on Yellow ('reck and the
North Fork of Big Mouth Greek, returned io the city on Monday, having suspended operations for the
season. Theso mien claims, 11 in
number, nre nil high class, tbc first
work being carried out on them last
yonr, when over 2,200 lbs. ol high
grade sample sheets of all sizes even
tunning ns large ns 20x30 were shipped out.
This season over 1,000 lbs. of
nheets from 0x8 nnil upwards wore
tiikcn out and shipped, while half a
car load of special mica 8x4 nnd 4x5
was shipped to England. Operations
woro carried on this summer starting at the upper level working to
200, SOU nnd 400 foot levels below,
with solid formation on four faces.
The work hns now lieen shut down
(or the winter, hut it is the intention of the company to mnke nn early start next spring nnd erect their
new machinery, consisting of machine drills, water turbine, dynamo,
and saw mill for manufacturing boxes, etc. Mr. Moo'lio states trnns-
A FEW YEATS AND TELL portatl in    facilities   will he greatly
improved hy next yenr.     The     new
government road round   Ucnth    Hap
. „__»,.,   _.**... ivccu      i ots lis will be completed and n trail   of
I'LL DO SOMETHING  DIFFERENV   EACH WEEK.     LOTS   ^  ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^     ^
MY   YOUNG   FRIENDS   ARE   GOIKG TO CUT ME OUT OF
liceity   lioimi'K  will   greet   the   Allen's
all  week   without  doubt."
The sent snle for Monday nighl
will open at C. n. Macdonald's drug
store tomorrow (Thursday) nt 10
o'clock, anil as a gront rush for tick
ets is anticipated,     those   desiring
good scats should secure     thorn      at
once nml Bave disappointment.
IE
THE JULIAN MURDER
No Further Clue Brought to
Up
'i'ii.* adjourned Inquest on the death
of Crank Julian was resumed last
night before  Coroner   lir.   Hamilton.
Tli" principal witness wns N. Damoer, who lirst stilted that lie 'did
not think tbat tho deceased
t
DO YOU KNOW WHO 1 AM 1
WELL IF YOU TON'T, ASK SOMEBODY.
I'VE   COME   HERE   TO STAY
YOU WHERE TO DUY HARDWARE AND THINGS.
ids will hi     ^^^^^^^^
easy  grado up llic Mouth will
^^^^^^^     ho  constructed.      Tho  company     will
THE PAPER EACH WEEK AND MAKE A SCRAP BOOK.   YOU place their own tug on the Columbia   though some
river above the rnpids,  and  will  op-
WIEL FIND THIS LOTS OF FUN. ,.,,„„ „„ „,„ ,„ „„,.. st,.„|r|, „f navi.
_   „   ...... -..■,.   ,-.^.. ,,  .ii.-ki. ra.tr, gable water between the end of    thc
I'M   GOING   TO   PAINT   THE   VYHOZE   TOWN  WITH OUR ^     ^ ^  ^ ^^ ^^
PURE PAINTS.   ASK ABOUT THEM.   ABSOLUTELY GUARAN- the remaining 18' mile trail   to    the
Bigger Sum Required to EWBtharBlrSf'
ReSllitS heard ^^^m
He    (Damoer)    was not afraid
A reward of $1500.00 hns now been speak and d,d not think that
oflorcd for nny Information that will Julian hud any reason for fear
lend to the arrest nnd conviction of
tlie murderer or murderers ol Frank
Julian. Cf this the Provincial government have put up $1000.1)0 and
the  City  of   Uevelstoke  $500.00,
It is generally considered, however, thnt this sum is Insufficient
nn.l   totally    Inadequate to produce
nny tangible results, nnd lhe concensus of public opinion is thnt no
less     than    a mini of an additional
$5 .nn     should  be offered. The
crime is one of the most, brutal and
cold blooded in the history of the
province nml nothing should be considered too great about tlm apprehension of the murderers nml their
subsequent conviction nnil ultimate
penalty for their revolting crime.
Although the police and detectives
nre hard nt work on the easel the
public nre becoming impatient nt the
tlolny in lbe results of their work.
It is understood, however, t'nit nn
import,mt clue lins been picked up
hut the authorities nre keeping a
rigid  silence  as to their actions,  al
^^^^ was nt
in connection
and,  und  hud never
him  say   that  he  wns  afraid.
to
Mr.
^^ Af
ter a severe cross questioning, the
witness admitted that perhaps the
deceased might have said something about the Black Hand tbat
he was afraid of what they might do
to him. The jury took exception to
the statements of the witness ns
being contradictory.
j Santa Collin, who gave evidence
through nn interpreter, snid thnt be
hnd soon the deeensed early on tbe
morning of Wednesday, Sept. 2lst,
as he wns going over to bi.s land
ea I of the city. Tho deceased hnd
an axe over his shoulder. Ho (Collin) could not say where Julian wns
going to. Ilo hnd spoken to him,
nnd he had I old him lhat he bail
got tlfree men to work for him, but
thoy had not turned up thnt morning so far. This was about nine
o'clock in  the morning.
Constable Kington stated tbat the
three min who were supposed to
have hnd ii hand in the killing bad
been located by the police and were
now iu town.     Their movements hnd
early anticipated.
startling developments  been traced ever since ihey bud come
Masquerade iiiii
TEED OR REFUND THE CASH.
rnirr^TW
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsinithing
li imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—To.-onto, Ontario.
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
5 "30,000.00
00.00
5.b->
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve        -   **^[_
Biancltys ne Agents nt all principal points in^Ciuiiuia.
Agents in Great Brit iin and Unitea Stilus—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Ohiciigo—First National Bank, Corn Kx-
chmge National Bank. Seattle—Seat tie National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Sipokano—Kxehange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
D-posits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Corn spondence solicited.
Revelstoko Branch—A. B. ftfcCSaneghan, Mgr.
mines being easy travelling.
Mr. Moo.lie brought some excellent
samples to the city and stated that
the biggest sheet yet mined from
his claims was 36x42 nnd the largest
crystal weighing 300 lbs. gnvc sheets
of 15x20 and up.
The demand for mica is greater
than the supply, nnd the Canadian
product is admitted to be the finest
of nny in the World, I'p till now
the mien from Ottawa bus been supplying most of the demand, but it is
anticipated that whon the Big Itend
claims are being fully worked and
regular shipping going on, tbo high
grade nnd superior quality of the
1 ical product will lind a ready market in England nnd other countries,
to its size and commercial
value. Mien is extensively used for
electrical purposes, besides many
other things and enn always demand
D high price. The ••jimpany, who in
the past hnvo purchased nil their
lies locally, will tnkc ui> even
a larger stock next yenr, and will
employ nn  Increased stall.
Tie property whin shipping steadily will In- n very Valuable nsset to
the Industries of this district and is
!only tbo beginning ol the active resumption of tbe development of the
many other enterprises In the Big
llend on a large scnle, all ot which
will lie of incalculable benefit to
Revelstoke.
The Third Annual Masquerade Ball
held hy Fire Brigade No. 1, will take
place early in December In the Opera
House. This annual event is perhaps the principal social teature of
the winter's round of festivities in
Revelstoke, and is looked forward to
with great interest by young nml old
This year every effort will be mndo
to outdo tbc two previous years nn.l
it is understood thnt already a number of people nre arranging for costumes. A masked bull has nn alluring fascination, us Instanced     by
lis popularity in England, France
Italy and other countries. An Immense amount of fun enn bo obtain
ed besides the dnzzling effect
magnificent spectacle of the many
nnd varied costumes tbat alone is so
attractive.
Fire Brigade No. 1 in holding their
Third Masquerade Ball solicit tho
generous patronage of the people    of
Into the city nnd it was certain that
they were not With Julian nt the
time of the murder. Their description. Imw, ver, answered to that given
by the other witnesses who lind seen
them pass the Julian house on Wednesday. They were a dirty lot of
men but could not. he proved to have
been Implicated In tho murder. Tbey
bad come from Trail to get Work
here. Tbey bad been closely watched and examined hy the police, hut
nothing could  he gained from    thorn.
Mrs. Shurlma stated that on Tuesday night, Sept. 20th, she bad board
a noise of some one moving in the
bouse. She had roused Mr. Damoer
and he bad gone down stairs to see
but there was no sign of anyone.
The three men she saw on Wcdrtes-
''•n>' afternoon she could not now be
an,l sure thnt she could identify them.
II s.'.'ius also that the men who had
asked nt Bruscl's for lodging, were
not the ones seen pass the Julian
house  on   the  Wednesday  afternoon.
The jury were  unanimous    in  their
opinion thnt, a counsel should be ap-
the
generous  pair'uinge oi  un-  pc-up*"-.    ~.
Revelstoke  nnd  ask  their hearty  co-   Pointed  by  the  Crown  to take
.......   ;«   l.r.n.1      nl«o   llmt   the   i
operation to make the event the
success of the soason. Tic -date of
the hall In Dccomber nnd other details will be announced in the next
issue.
Y.M.C.A. Bowling Leagu
case in bnnd, also that tbc reward
oiTered wns Insufficient for such an
important affair ns this. The murder was no orvlinnry ono and warranted the closest investigation.
No further evidence wns forthcoming and tbc imiuest was further adjourned.
Fresh Oysters
Arriving   Twice-a-week
Finnan Haddie Kippers
Mackerel     Smoked Halibut
Fresh Killed Spring Chickens
BURNS
Limited.
As,   CO.
" The Oefiaice of Boris"
The A1P n Players, who made such
a great Impression hero during their
three weeks engagement last winter
will open a Bix nights' engagement
at the Edison Theatre on Monday
evening next. The r opining bill
will lie "The Defiance of Doris." a
now comedy drainn, especially written  for  Miss Vernn Felton.
Referring to this play, the Kamloops Inland Sentinel says —
"The re appearance of the popular
Allen Players nt the Opera House
last ' v.*i,nu- was greeted with a H.
R. ii. sign, which in theatrical parlance mean.- "standing room only."
Tli' Allen company, besides having a
numlier  of  the  .1.1   favorites, has
been considerably augmented by thc
addition ol quite a lew new faces,
which goes to ninl.c up one of thc
strongest repertoire companies travelling the Canadian circuit this sea
son.      The  thorough  knowledge       -'
The following afe officers of the
Y. M. O. A. Howling League, which
has just been organized for thc winter season:
Hon. Pros.—B. Howson.
I'res.-K.  (1.   McRae.
Vice IT'S.--It.  Si|iinrebrlggs.
Treaa.—N.  Starts
Committee- (!,
G. J. Rnnum.
All tenuis intending to join tbe
league this Season are requested to
bnnd In their names to the sccri tnry
as early ns possible. The following
are those who have already joined:—
Upper ('lusters, Hornswngglcrs, and
the J. B. C.
Urn Flour Mills
An O'd Offender
A. McAdnm, who was sentenced to
six months Imprisonment at Kamloops gnol for gambling, nnd who,
(wire previous to that wns convicted
on similar charges, made hia unwelcome reappearance In the city last
Week, McAdnm was told by thc
police that he wns not wanted in
the 'ily at all. nnd when be begun
to get. troublesome the police took
summary measures and much to the
found    him
He ate
rs
|P||i' -RMiraH!
i1 t^n'T-revels
III           .  rrilMB
We are showing a large stock
of Heating Stoves at prices
that cannot be beaten. Base
Burners, combination wood
and coal stoves, Blazers, Box
Stoves, Air Tight Heaters,
Oil Heaters, etc. Sask-Alta
Kootenay and Hotel Ranges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
ourne Bros.
I Suits and Overcoats
p«a Our Store overflows with interest  for   the  man
pCj who make? it a point to be  well dressed.   We
WM have a  magnificent  display of  the  new styles
mJ in Autumn   Suits   and   Overcoats.    There   is   a
Q^ cut, a swing, a fit. a set that is not surpassed by
Kn| tailors oi  the  most fashionable exclusiveness.
Nh They are made of imported  Cheviots, worsteds
ry1} aud serges aud .ire marked to sell quickly.
Vices Range from $ 12 to $30
SI'.K OUR CRAVBNBTT8 RAINCOATS FOR «10
MxKae Mercantile Co., Limited
The Home <>f Good Clothes.
^^^^sssE©Ee3sss3S23sasaaE!
son.       rne  inoroiign  w,.,..,,       „. gentleman's  BUrprise  lie   .
matters thentricnl  exhibited l,y Pearl B(.„ „,M more ,-,pf,-,r(. ,|ie loe.nl mng-
Allen,   the  proprietor,  in  giving    the |Htrntc.     Tlie Mayor,  who      wan on
public the host to lie Obtained,      en- thn  benrh  hnil  Chanced  to  nee       tho
him -ii.' well .! served    Bucceaa i1U]e by-play by MeAdnm   on   Frl-
bls company la meeting with. llny niKhl |Mt) w|1(,n |1(.    (MeAdnm)
'The  Defiance hBll    practically resisted    the police,
The modern flour mill ia one of the
most perfect examples  of  mechanical
.skill that it is possible    for   human
Intelligence  to conceive.  The rivalry
■lz. existing     among    the lnrge    milling
Knight A. B. Rose companlea all over the world hardly
occurs in any other line of enterprise, trom the fact that thc product to he manufactured is a small
item compared with the method nnil
machinery Hint turns out thc fln-
isheil article. 1'urity Flour holds
the unii|iie position of being made
from Manitoba hard wheat by the
most up-to date milling machinery
iln the world, nnd it is a safe statement to make that it is absolutely
impossible at the present time to
manufacture e better Hour than purity. It is therefore only naturnl
that the pest machinery will   make
mnl nn*I better Hour, as there was
always a considerable percent hot ol
loss in the obi methods. Uy thc
same token Purity Flour will make
more and better bread, and n trial ]
will soon convince the most sceptical
of the truth of  Ibis statement.
purity Flour is lieing demonstrated
all thin week nt the local groceries,
Where the public lire invited to
see  It,
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.
r
Under New Management.
HALCVDN HOT
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Tin On ileal Health Resort on tbe Continent
Natural Hot Water, l.M Degress "f Hen
. .'.Ural Hot Water in Baths,   n, a All Vear
Rates from $12 lo $15 Per Week
Chinese Abolish Queue
Fall Underskirts
Another Bhipmenl jusl arrived, lengths
38,  In uiul 42, well made,  warm and
comfortable for Fall wear.
Mrs. A. G. Crick
TWO DOORS EAST OF   EDISON THEATRE
n( Doris," is ii m w pluy by   a   now
author, and a delightfully Interpret
i,i little love story, calling   forth in
a fur tlm Intense effects tlmt so
Ifeltiiii's talent, Au espec-
i the     Mien    Company
ilus y.in      the extreme beauty     of
ii   bj    alnty costume creations,
worn bj \ nun Felton us well uh the
:,i "i new special BCenery, both
.I which do much to add attractive-
to the plaj mi l nft"i the     ship
ear 1       tu i y Kamloops   ih
hoJiilly     treated to, good scenic elicits certainly are appreciated.    Ca-
nnd consequently aentenced him to
two months in Kim' with hard Inbnr
McAdam refused to work, so the
sentence wns changed nnd he is now
Serving his term In Knmlooim where
he will lliiil thnt there Is no "rest
tor  the  Wicked.
Washington, Oct. 4.— Memorialising the throne at Pekln in favor of j
abolishing the queue, Wu Tine Fann,
former minister to Washington, baa
explained how he happened to tnko
thnt nllitude.
In his memorial, the text of which
  ilmH just renc.iu-ii Washington, Mr. Wu
McBorley  Urns.,  the proprietor! of  snys Chinese residents in north, ccn-
the (jn.en':   hotel  have Changed      ltfl   trai    and    south   America hnve  been
name to tbe Ring Edward hotel, teased by foreigners until they hnvo
Thej also have installed n new hus Implored Iiim to seek nn Imperial
for the convenience ol guests ol   the edict giving official sanction to crop
hotel Rointr to and trom tho rail- ping the liulr und changing their cus
way station. Itoms to accord with western Ideas-
Ice Cream «* Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT iy,. I
THE MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE BC
WKDNKSDAY,  OCT.  5TH,  1910.
Cl e fl&afMbcralb
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Ht lhe rear I through ptwloflloe] 92.50
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J'JB  . KlN'l INU promptly uxocuted at reaaon-
dutwenptiu is payable In ad
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van co.
ADVERTISING   RATBS.
Leg a DOtioeb 10 ecu in por lino llrnt iunurUon,
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ANU flNKHAM,
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Ki,,    llAV   K   Hl.li.lHNU   HKVKL-
BTO&K,   B. Ui
1,,  t'ruubrook, B.C.
J. A. Uahvky,
Cranbrook
Money to loan.
Otliced-HevelbWke,
U*o.3. MoCaktkk
A.   M.   FlNKHAM"
Kevelatoke,
w1
BHIUttb
'1LLIAM 1
Ban-inter
Solicitor, etc.
8 „ for:-
Tbk Canadian Bank hv Uommkuck,
Thk Mulhonh Bank, Ere,
FIRST BT.,   -   KKVELSTOKE. B.C.
-lltJBKKT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
Knglneerlug
Box llltl, Revblstokk
c. w. o w.
Mountain  View Camp, No. 229
'   Fourth   \\ oilniisdnyH   iu
Yuiitug Wood-
Steels SeC'.ud uu.l
i»fhmnn«li|l»B»ll"'kH«1-1
Uicu curJiitiiy UivUeu I
W  E. OHBOKNK, Oon. Com
attend.
„. „. v  ^c
JAS  McINTYliK, Ulorlt.
Kootonay Lodeo, No. 10, A, F. & A. M.
Jff^ The reKuliti moo I
"V^ -s. inns aro held lu tbe
MASONIC TKM-
I'LK, UddfolluWB*
Hull, ou the third
Mumlity in each
month at 8  ii tu.
Visiting    hrblhron
are cordially wol-
CUIllO,
J. T. POLLOi K. Master.
CHAS, J. AMAN. BBOBWTAftl
DRY   FIRE  WOOD
Order  early for delivery Sept.  15th   and
thereafter
Fir,  Birch,  Pine,  Spruce,   Hemlock
and Cedar Mixed
FOR PRICES AND PARTICULARS
APPLY TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
a   li'iiven   in
the
Ideals—serves
community loaf.
And tlio town is thfl Ideal distributing point from tbo consumers'
point, ol view, as wall as the Ideal
market for the producer,
Now, a town i-iiii claim support,
nnl because it is n population centre, or because it is on the map.
SUMMARY MEASURES,
Apropos uf the return to Uevelstoke of a tinhorn gambler, who in
January had been sentenced to six
months In Kamloops gaol, and vho
previously had been twice coi'icte.l
ol similar oftences in the city innl
lined, we are Rlail to see that tl.e
police have ai;ain secured tbe rmiov-
al of a character which is wholly i'i,-
desirable in Revelstoke. Such an
element as this case ivpr )-}< o .s, •..*»,
happily, ilyinu out iu tne c ty, and
the authorities will let :l lie l.'a'rjy
seen that they will nut permit i • t-
siilers to be at large i*i the city
tu carry on their pnruiciotis practices, and by their .. iwboiesome Influence draw others into their tjils.
Revelstoke is now cnjjying a p':od
of prosperity free from 'li.-.t .line elements, and summary measures will
be    meted     out    o   ill  liKo oftcntiiis
and disturbers of the peace wii-
attempt to violate thc lews i f
community  in  this respect.
1* er
the
SELKIRK LODGE 1:1. I.O.O. K.
Meets every Thurs-
day  eveuiuK   in   Bel-
kirk Hall at 8 o'l'luck
Visiting brethren are
tteud.
J. MATHlK Sec
oordiatly tn-ftt-ed to
RS.SQCAREBRIHOS, N.G
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No. 28, Revelstoke, B. C.
M^en evert Wediio-dny except Third Wednoi-dny of each
mouth, ii the tlil lfi.ll .»•'. Hull
at 8 o'clock Vi-itinK Kni«hts
are coMialiy iu.ited.
V. A. McDONALIl, C. t'.
Q. H   BROCK   K   of B. A s  and  SI. ..' F.
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House, every second
ami fourth Molality in month.
Visitiug brethren cordially welcomed.
0, R., Ularbnob Harte.
Rec.-Sec. H. \V. Edwards
P0LUMBL\ CAMP No. 15071,
MODERN  WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Meets  every   Tuesday   night   in
O.'.u Fellows Hall, 2iui  st., west.
All \**-;ting nei^libor*. are invited to attend
A. T. Anthonv,      Wm, S. Sloan,
Consul, Clerk.
PURE CITY WATER.
A number ol people bave been laying the blame of the few recent cases
of sickness in the city at tlie door
of the new water system, claiming
that it has been the cause of no Inconsiderable bodily ailments. We
have it on the authority of the medical men and those who are at the
head of city affairs, that tho new
water is absolutely pure and free
from all harmful organic mutter that
is deleterious to the hotly. The new
nn.l old supply arc practically from
the same Bource and itevelstoke water lias always had n very high reputation ami on im occasion have the
people miRered any evil effects from
it. Before blaming the water thoy
ilnnk the people Bhoukl l""k t them
selves mnl tlicir own constitutions,
if they are sick nn.l see if th, rem
edy is not In their own bands, Clim
at ic changes will often upset the
human syitem and many otlui con
(litmus. Inu to lilnme it ,*n to tire
city water is unjust and is likclj "■
damage the city's splendid reputation in tins respect,
Lumber Prices May Rise
That it will he necessary for the
production of the mountain lumber
mills to be considerably curtailed for
the remaining months of 11)10, that
existing prices will he maintained
and that drastic measures may lie
taken to meet the competition from
the American lumbermen who are
enabled, owing to the unprotected
Canadian market, to dump common
lumber in the prairie provinces were
the decisions of greatest importance
reached at the convention of the
Mountain Lumbermen's Manufacturer's association held last week at
Nelson.
The meeting was one of the must
largely attended ever held and most
of the great manufacturing compan
ies  in   the   interior  were  represented.
Among those present were: O.
Lachmund, Arrow Lakes Lumber Co.
Arrowhead; J. A. Mu-kcc, Adams
Lake Lumber Co., Chase; F. 1*0. Sine
Bowman  Lumber  Co.,   Uevelstoke.
As has been frequently announced,
the demand for lumlier has suffered n
serious setback during the past GO
days and, while tlie British Columbia mountain mills enjoyed
business during the first six months
ol the year, the crop scare in the
prairies wns followed hy a vary
marked decrease in the demand for
the product, hence it was unite evident that a very marked curtailment will result from the 'Top short
ai;e and the output tor the rest nf
I'J 10 will fall considerably short of
the milling capacity of the mountain
mills.
There will be no weakening in the
prices aske.i by Uritish Columbia
manufacturers as the Increased cost
of production, which has been especially aggravated by the prevailing
hii'li prices of many of the general
supplies used by lumber manufacturers, will make it absolutely essent
lal i" maintain the wholesale prices
whieh have been In effect Bince the
' the year.
in fact, the impression wns voiced
.-lii'i* prices will be necessary
n the near future If a tali return is
t" be made on the capital Invested
in the lumber manufacturing industry "f western Canada.
Ihe Alien Flayeis
| On Monday evening next, we will
niiiii have the pleasure of seeing
Miss Verna Felton and her popular
supporting company In the first production during their Intended stay of
six nights, They are hooked at the
Edison Theatre for one week only,
and there is no doubt thai their
engagement will he even more successful than during  their  last visit.
I Manager Allen has greatly strengthened his company by the addition
of several new people, all capable
actors ainl actresses. Mr, Allen has
also secured a repertoire of plays
which has never been equaled by any
travelling company In the west.
Entirely new scenery will he used for
every production, nnd the stago nettings will lie up In llle high stuml
aril of excellence set hy the company
Inst  winter.
| The opening bill will he " The Defiance of Doris," n new comedy drama, for the production of which Mr.
Allen has secured the sole Canadian
rights during thc present season.
This play hears n double interest tn
friends and patrons of the Allen
flayers, as It was written especially
for Miss Felton by Herbert Hashlord
In the few towns in which the bill
has already been produced by tin'
Allen Players, the press have been
most llntterini.' in their praise of
Miss Felton's work, and the excellence of the production,
TAX SALE OF LANDS
Scientific Agriculture
The study of scientific agricultural
is making wonderful strides in Ontario. The students do not confine
themselves exclusively to researches
in plant life and the extermination of
noxious weeds and insect pests, but
occasionally Indulge in exercises tbat
develop nimbleness of limb and
grace of carriage that can not   fail
to impress the neighbors when they
return      to  the  old   homestead. A
Guelph paper hns the following note
concerning a recent pyjama parade
at the college;
"This morning al '■) o'clock nil the
freshmen were tin nnl out ol their
record '"'('s. Painted from hoad to foot and
marched to McDonald Hall, the girls
residence, iu night shirts and compelled to give a song and dance outside tiie building."
For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in tho Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that, on Wednesday, the 12th day of October, A.D., 1910, at the
hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Revelstoke, B. C, I shall offer for
sale, at public auction, the lands in the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list
hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons, on the 31st December,
1909, anil for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if not
sooner paid.
List Above Mentioned
Name ok Pishbon
Ahskhsicii
It ill.iiil.Mrs.li'igiiiii
l)\ lies, V. nml   I'!
t lunnltighani, Ai i li.
Crease, Y.d. A	
Ciii'l is, Thomas .
Kvuns, II, I'l.ell   .
Fauquier, Mary A
(iill. li, Win. ti
I ilndmark, Chas. P.
Mcltltoth, Hurry	
ftobet tion, Kntluy n
.Mrl.i'oil, Noi mail Y.
Shout Description hv Property
Lot 1 ami bouse, Wk. 1, Town of Arrowhead
" NtlilH, Group 1, Kootenay District	
'• 448, Group I, " '      	
" 8188,   "    1, " "      	
" 1(K)5,    "   1, " •'      	
"H2.-.7.    "I, •' "       	
" MK7,    "   1, '• ■'       	
" HIHK,    "    1, " •'        	
" 7, Group I, " "      	
South Blast '4 Her. IS; N. K. '., Sec, 111; N.W.
M Sec. 11, T|i. O'l	
Lol 8514, Group 1. Kootenay District 	
" H 111, Group 1, Kootenay District  	
" 8033,       "   1, ' "       	
•' 80W,       "    1, " "       	
" 81150.        "    1,
South side ol   Lot M 111, Group 1,  Knot. Dist.
I. ii NI77, Group 1. Kootenay District	
"8402,      "     1
•• 851)1,       "     I
" Xtfl'2,        "I " "        ....
" 8503,       "     1
" 8504,       "1 " "       	
" 8509,       "     I " "      .
" Noll, "1 " "..........
" 8002,       "1 '• " 	
" 7038,       "I " "       	
TaxI'-i
27 45
In H'l
(It) 2,">
111 00
11) (I'l
10 00
128 IH)
182 OO
;j20 oo
(III (X)
mi oo
1 III (K)
22 HO
121 (K)
72 (KI
llll IHI
111 01)
SO (H)
iill IHI
111 2<l
-IS IH)
II lit)
72 IHI
lil IK)
7 20
70 SI)
('(ISTH
School
Rate
iNT'ltKS'l'
AMI
Gxp'ses
2 00
10 00
0 15
85
2 00
21 (15
2 (H)
12 IH)
2 (10
3 20
3 (ii'i
2 (HI
3 or,
8 70
2 IH)
11 56
2 (H)
11 Rj
2 00
OS 40
2 00
8 05
2 00
12 05
2 00
12 15
2 00
1 70
2 (it)
11 25
2 00
0 50
2 Ul
1) 35
2 00
12 115
2 00
7 20
2 IH)
2 15
2 00
1 70
2 00
t 30
2 (H)
85
2 IH)
0 60
2 00
5 75
2 00
lii)
2 IHI
■1 llll
2 IH)
Tor ai.
10 20
13 06
!W 20
168 00
28 45
28 1)5
141 66
145 85
31)1 00
100 05
178 P6
154 45
20 fit)
137 26
80 60
115 35
158 115
81) 20
4(1 15
22 IK)
54 30
12 85
80 60
71 75
!) 80
83 40
Revelstoke, B.C., Sept. 3rd, 1910.
E.    EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR,
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
quickly  slnri.i cnoifths,
(bc throat und luajs.
bGi
is %jure
rureji  i uli!-..   hrujj
■      •      ■ J..',    I   ,   uli,
.1    \    i; •      . en
;   itmfl ■
BUCKSKIN CLOTH
SHIRTS
Thi- (runraiilt'f «e«l u on the certificate at.
Uehad ta .-*>', M.B.k   Buckskin Shirt.
Hi!:., . ■ -wed on by hand can't come ofl.
BuPonh.il- i bar tack<-d can't break. Seamt
all in'.iii-' ttitthed and anchored— can't rip.
 11
Che flfcaiUlberalb
WEDNE8DAV, OCT. "ill    I I]
■::•■     excel-
■   ' -.*. ng ol I ni;,rill and es| i dally
.n. iia, I
been  demonstrate *i  w     dur-
t year, a inlty
*.:,:. rt be to,        iei.   cement
■  uutdian ■    moreovei    nri*  ask
■ .*   i:..   Hi It Istael    ■!'.>!  i*"i   wake  "i'
befor,      Americans     or        forei^ni-rs   Bwfu,  holoCBUgt  hHV0  mnde  ,;m-
LOS   \NGELES   DISASTER
Tlie awful disaster at   I. a  An *
recently thnt lm-   *■ ■ •   , it      •
the work ol unionism      should
Bhifted  to the  botti m      I I     It
such occurrence ■ a -  thi * •   I hat
distrust   an.l   enmity   tl
tically never be    es un
ions will  di    '■■
unturned to bring the     perpetrat
to account.     11 such a   leed can
placed at  the   loor ol Unt ,.. im   an :
It  i-  nlinnst      impossible
that  they  would ngth,
even to gain their ends,
delivered to theii not
ill as. severe or delete!
that   I.* Unionism    ItseH
-  a  :■ iod  thing  II  : *n    in      : *
and     reasonable    lines I    i
nird  mode a power lor   inju I
ml or "ther  iuu ty nii'iin i,  will
the utmost harm    . I
against -a-Ih' thej
■ *  those  ihai   are  It ■  member I'
ratifying to note that     n
i   ■ ol ih" awful disaster      it
the u  Ions are mk in ■   i
most pari  in the effort  to I un
luminals to earth.     It  is  more than
i . ident  ili-n  tii" tnsl Igatot      * '    I he
of
■ hem out and Feeur'-d all
the *" • • ..-. tbat i anada had to
bettei  Mte;i for the strong
' ■ ■ empire could t,e tak-
• than • establishment of an Im-
perial Senate.
The     Winnipeg    Commercial      hns
■    ►  th< netit chord in the following
Thf littl" town, the email local
tra-ie rentr". is ol vital importance
t" the country.
Anything which tends to destroy
the small town is a menace to the
country as u wind", and to the individual,
The small town is a centre from
which ni'liatcs htli'liil influeni-es— it
makes jiossililc the larger church—
the bctt.T school—it stimulates home
jjnde—ieli>s tbe spread   of    modem
for
ill i
(all
tbe light between Tlie Times I
unions in order to g«t In their gbaat
ly work ami wp'ak vengeance
spite against the new pap I
whatever may have been hell
and thus allow lhe blame to
on  the  unions.
Such a bitter light m bai     * m 11
Ing "ii  in  Los  Angeles has  nam .p.
caused public opinion to 1" k  to ihe
unions ha  being  the  Indirect   'nunc   ,1
the murderous outrage, ait'i i ig'.i It
is hardly reasonable to thm* that
they     would     adopt   1UC0     ilasi.n: i'l/
means to get even    with     thoir in
mn ies.
Miss llobhH, who has bein In
charge of the Trout. Creek school,
bus been transferred by tbc ichool
hoard to the Ccntrul school. —bum-
incclAiid Iteview.
aint no Literary Woman
But I DO KNOW SOAP.
I've heard some wimen say soap
made their hands ruff.
They're either lazy or else they
don't use the rite soap.
My hands don't get ruff. In fact,
the kind I use makes 'em all smooth
and white.
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN  NONYMOUS.
M>
MISS VERNA FELTON
who will appear with The Allen Players al 'lie Ediion Theatre
on Monday next in "Thu Defiance of Doris."
NOTICK TO  (X)NTIUCTOIIS
OLBNBANK  .SCHOOL.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Qlenbank School," will be
received by the Hun. the Minister of
Public Works up to noon ol Friday,
the i ith of October, VJiu, for the
erection and completion ol a two-
room .'< lund building at (llcnlmnk,
near Nakusp, In tbo Slocan Ulcctornl
District.
Plana, Specifications, Contract and
Forma ..i Tendei may be seen on and
aftei       Hn    lvlb   ilny  ot      September,
pun, at ih. offices of u* ll. Gardiner
li*i'|..      Nakusp,     Seir.liny      to   tbo
i Board; tba    Government a«-
"nts at Kaslo and Itevelstoke; unit
tba   lupin I menl   of      Public      VVorkii,
i ii
Bach  propo  il  must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque     or
''ii.ieiite ot   dapoalt mi a chartered
ni Canada, made payable to lhc
ii..!,   the Mtnlater of Public   Works,
fol   lhe  huiii  of  1800,   which i,IiiiiI     bo
lib,ied ii the pnrty tendering dc-
cllna to cum  Into contract     when
i  upon i" do ho, or il he   fall
to complete tba work contracted for.
i "i 11 flea tea   of     la
■   ol unsuccessful  tendersra    will
b" nl lined to them upon the exl'Cll-
I ,"li   of   III"  i ..lillii"!
i' nbi'i will nol ba considered   un
ma ii iin- i"i ui i supplied,
i with thi- actual i i.'imt>,!-,    "I
tba tenderer, ami enclosed In the cn-
vetopes im lushed.
The lowi i "i any other tandl i
not. aeceaearlly accepted,
F. c. GAMBLE,
I'ublic Works KiiKlncer.
Public Works Department, Victoria
ii. C, September 15th, 1910, td
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED  1865
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OENERAL BANKINQ DU8INIBB TRANSACTED
SAVI vIGS
At all Branohes.
BANK    DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Men's Fall Hats
We have just put in stock a large assortment
of Stetson, Carter, Redmond, Pitt and
Headform Hats in stiffs and softs. To see
them is to buy one, that is why we want
yon to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We Iiave prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
cuffs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING WEDNESDAY,  OCT.  5TII,  .1910.
MAIL-HERALD  KEVELSTOKE. B. C
Page 3
fHE Fit-Reform Creed is—
pay less and dress better.
For years, Fit-Reform has preached the
doctrine of better style, better fabric, better
tailoring, better value.
And Fit-Reform has lived up to its
reputation by giving honest value for the
money.
All you need to know about a Suit is, that
it is a Fit-Reform Suit. /g^^tt.
The name Fit-Reform tells  MJiJl^k
a     u    t      fL(f, SpKORMg
the whole story or  better  ^gV £?■
value for the money. »»
^j^i:i'3sa<£SisssE
I. OOK!        J. O O Iv        A N I >        READ
Actual comparison of Eastern -Catalogue prici  ,f eight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRIC K S
oJh
n n^&sUn its i //fn) imh n)
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agents in Revelstoke.
Winnipeg pi ice
50c.
$0.75
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Dining Table 10,55
Dining Chairs 88c.
Dresser and Stand 8.95
  1.25
Bed 3.55
Bed 5.33
Dominion Spring 2 40
Child's Cot 5.10
Ostormore Mattress 15.00
Weight
10ib.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b,
601b.
751b.
Freight
23c.
$3.53
3.87
28c.
3.52
3,76
1.41
1.S9
1.41
1.76
Total
73c.
$10.72
14.42
116
12 47
15,01
4.80
6 94
3.81
6.86
howson's Price delivered
70c.
"   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"     13.00
"     14.00
"     5.20
7.20
" "    4.00
" "     7.20
"    16.50
w
ike our profit by shipping in cur load low, thereby navii p freight rates,    I,
en'
wi
P
ing
tlogue giving depcription of other goods do! specified in this list lo our store and we
i prove our Htatemente,    Remember we deliver goods and - i up free from breaktige.
IKAVSON   &   i'O     -     REVKLSTOKE, D
hi in uiwiiiiiiniiiiw iiirr-VM—-—jw^g^v-iH'iff-s^Tre*; -,/■•
c.
mmtmf
Central Hotel
Prairie fruit Market
iport
Abrahamson Bi os., Props
Enlarged and Impiovefl.
First-Class in every respect.
Large Sample Rooms
All iMiilt'in convenience!
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Oocr Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C
Rates, $2.00 per day
Revelstoke, B.C
ORIENTAL HOTEl
the  choicest the
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL. D.   D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER  LAIRD,   General Manaqer
PAID-UP CAPITAL. $10.CC0.CC0    RESERVE FUND. $6.000,00D
HEAD OniCE.: TORONTO
LONDON, ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, EX.        NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Tlace
MEXICO CITY: AveniJj San Francisco, No. 50
In addition to the offices named above lhe B ink has branches
in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities)
and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE    BRAVOH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SIGNS
All kimls
Reasonable Prices
Painting and "
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAvTFORD
Cor. Third St. nnd Rotaon Avenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Fruit, Candies, C'girBjTolmcco.
Meals 35 centB.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for n:   oiuatfl o!  bnMiijfi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE Cl W AND FIRE BRICK6
For sh! I in Innrour im*ll qnantltlN
nt iht IowmI pr rei for eain
All kii tltol bnlldlDg sod plaitorlng
umlorlatou
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
UNION HOTEL
AHUO * 1IKA1'. B, 0.
Sp,.i'iai Attention given to commercial
men ami tnuiiKlH. Pint-claw sample
rooms. Pineal scenery In British Colombia, overlooking I"|>|.er Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.   G.    BURRiDGE
TinamHhin/r  Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipo ana  Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Avo.   -   Rcvolatoko
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup   Attached
S6.50
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,   - Revelitoke, li. C.
suitably    furnished   witl.
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors mid
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rtt^.
X.    .AXiTBERT     ST03ST3D      JPPlOl?
1—Mi^—a——— 11 ii«ui.^*<^*si-s»iy3K^-jmii-«T«ai'tvigB^*^j«^-aaa« **>-_
THE RSVELSTCKE WI^E & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS     ONLY.
T? T71V":F!X..STO"t;C"R'.
A Ripping Good Patent
THE
The     following     is tho lust r
from Commissioner Metcalfe:
Peaches nre practically over and
prunes are nearly so, crabs are Bcar-
cc an.l in grail demand at high
prices. Just here, i may say jobbers are discouraging the Bhipping ol
crabs in other  than  tlie  regular    np-
Special Weekly Rates ple box or tllc half iil"'u' box-   as
growers aud shippers when quoting
uiul shipping do not Btate tbe size
or kind of box, giving can-,* for dissatisfaction among jobbers and retailers by the use of various sizes. I
certainly think it advisable for shippers to use a uniform box, leaving
no cause for complaint and misleading, or giving dissatisfaction among
buyers by using different s.zes of
boxes as they are doing at the pres
ent time. rears are in meat demand ami prices fairly high, apples
of good quality and pack are In good
Ljrannd and fairly high prices, nnd
although Borne quotations from American imiiits are low, good stuck is
f tching reasonably high prices here.
Apples in New York Stale, are reported ns being bought at $3.00 per
lilil., with the expectation that prices
will advance In tbe near future.
Prices for Ontario apples as the
season advances are rising with a
very short crop of poor quality. Re-
ports coming to hand from various
sources state the East must draw
largely on the West for their supply
of apples this season, and lor these
nml mlier reasons, 1 would advise B.
C. shippers to bold linn to present
price.', lieing asked for good stock,
and, at the same time, maintain thc
present high stnndnr.1 of fruit being
shipked into these markets at present.
(Singed)  J. O. METOALFB,
Commissioner.
Kootenay Apple Yield
Mr, J. s. Middleton, thc- provincial
government In rticultural inspector
for tbe Kootenay district, estimates
that the Boundary and Kootenay
districts have produced 58 carloads
of apples this year. Last year the
amount required fur consumption in
the West Kootenay district was six
carloads, while the district produced
only eight carloads. This year
the production has reached 17 carloads. There are hundreds ol acres
in the west Kootenay district that
are planted in apples which will be
beat ing within the next year or two
and fmni now on the production
will greatly increase. Ranchers of
the district are being strongly urged
to go in for mixed farming as there
is a great scarcity of dairy proline! s around Nelson and at all the
mines In the district. Nearly all
i * •■ ommo-dlttes have to be im-
; rted from the Inland centers on
the plan,es and the prico paid by
Lhe consumer is exceptionally high.
The trouble lies in the fact that
there Is but very little land along
the Kootenay Lake which can be Utilized (or pasture purposes and the
■ high price ol hay in the dis-
tr.ct makes the cost of production of
dairy  supplies very great.
Tho valley of the Columbia and
the areas round Revelstoke are particularly well adopted for hay growing and mixed farming, however, as
instanced by the numerous farms
within a few miles of the city that
are now producing fruit and vegetables in quantities, besides having
large crops of hay.
l=s. r.
Pastor's Serious Charge
Calgary, Oct. 4.—Rev. G. W. Ker-
bj made rather serious charges ag-
ainst some of the Calgary licensed
hotels last night when preaching to
a large congregation. He, however,
did not name thc hotels in  question.
"There are hotels in this city
where liquor is duped, and where
men have gone to the bar with money in their pockets and, after taking
a few drinks, have bvome stupefied
and a little later have found them
selves in thc street without a cent
in their pockets."
Mr. Kerby, however, qualified this
statement by declaring that all the
hotels did not conduct their liquor
businesses this way, but some of
them.
Ross Mile and Queen's Own
hard.
vent
PATENT
PLESS GLOVE
IS POSITIVELY GUAKai
NOT   TO  RIP    ^
Stylish
Com for! able
Durable
I *
*.■-
ays laol:s noal on tho
hand. Ahv n y to wi or and
v oris   in, u ie   il   has   no
ins lama to hurl l'i'-' hand.
V.'ill onl ivi ' hree ordinary
gloves, I '• muse the finger tips
are protected by extra pieces of
leatLor, concealing the Beams
and   PROTECTING THE
STITCHING.
The ucan sl ever made to an
ev rla ititi   \ love.
The only practical   working
■*!   v.* i
The MORE il ia worn the
LESS the chance of RIPPING.
A sit 3  ii     r to Bhow you
thi   won i-i iui glove. Has to be
worn lo 1 c ap| ri ciati d.
Por sale by the best dealers
H.B.K. PATENT RIPLESS TIPS,   everywhere in Canada.
Mo i   i m! guaranteed by the
HUDSON    BAY    KNITTING CO., MONTREAL.
Moving pictures tonight.
Moving pictures to-night.
.Moving pictures tonight.
hhGim
(TtilcUlv Stops cfvi^hs,   cures colds*  beali
tbo 'h. • ■' and tuofiS*       -   -   -       2u ccota.
srasaE^asE-sax'-sasiKS
All  the  li'tlc  i
at i o  lo  m    ■■  Foi i li
.    | ft    I    :
ii   i '
hip, and i   last to (It most
- I
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vol c Dl
AMES-HOL1    ■:
•I10E5
I
KiCfS
"Don't let  the  rifle down so
You'll  bieak  tbe toy."
They are actually spenkmg of the
fain.nis Ross ritie. This rifle has
been proved to be a mere toy, and
it is likely when thc Queen's Own
arrive home again there will be no
rifle, but just a twisted bit of
steel and a cracked stock. The ritle
which previously had been lauded
frightfully, is not serviceable. The
officers ridicule it and the men curse
it.
1 1 ii, nr i week in Kngland has
found the rule in a terrible state.
The ban els in some cases arc rusty
on account of damp weather. The
intricate sights are twisted and altogether they hardly bear the appearance ol a real ritle, but resemble
the wooden variety thut young chil-
drin play with the lirst week after
Christmas.
I'ractiting the attacks put
on tbe rocks, su to speak,
ng behind trees or rucks
tailing un term firmn with
scratches stocks and twists sights.
There is hardly a rille in the regi-
ni! nt that is'nt damaged somewhat. Uil in big quantities seems
to be of iittle use to preserve it.
The l'.oss rille may be O. K. on
the ranges, but in the ordinary mili-
tarj work, manual training, skirm-
-. Bcouting, attacking and so
s far short of     rcquire-
the
Con
and
thud
I    ISIllllg,    KCOllll
\   f.. I 111.    ,1
i ments.
a band  is    unprotected
when handling the weapon. All tbc
Queen's Own Buys bear gashes on
the,i bands as a result of having
them caught on the sharp edges ol
■ if the pans ol tbe ritle. —Tho
Toronto  Evening Telegram.
103
The
Expert
Glove
;t.:il
M
tt
Mai
[era
of
Canada.
Novel Usg for Moving Pictures
In order to entertain one thi.i s
and In linns. Including so-rer tl 11 n-
uii'.i (lum Alaska and British Columbia, who are picking bops n the
we i'i" valley ol Washington, I ler
Kiniiei, ut Tacoma, ow nng tbo
largest yards In the .-Uuie, bai m
stalled a moving picture show in Inu
biggest hop Held near l.itlel,    Ltmls
County.
The mm iin* piotnrcB aflord owning
iii.iii Mn nl.   willi   lhe  result.  Unit  lho
] pickers nro on band next     mornlti:
i    Lead  of  wondering nwny  to    snr
rounding towns,     Tbo schotne moots
with favor.
Moving   I'n lini'B   1.1 night.
CP.R, lists More Stock
Sew Vork, Oct, 4.—Application has
been made t" the New Tort     Stock
y  the     Canadian    Pacific
**,  Ci mpnuy to list »M.ooo,OoO
iml ordinary   capital     stock,
mil  by the   Carltic     Telephone      and
Company to list   ib.ooo.-
inal lirst     mortgage     and
Cullllt.i  ll    tmsl    I'M'   per   cent     bonds,
due in  : 187
\ iu i   I,as  been  let  to      thc
Bymona <'".. ol Olasgow,    Scotland,
hy tho Federal governmenl     tor    a
new      *.i'd -e  lot     Ui it Isb    Columbia
waters,    it will cost *2W,ooo, Pege I
m\
THE MAIL HERALD. REVELSTOKE, B. C
WEDNESDAY, OCT.  5TH, 1910.
Ghastly Holacaust
Los Angeles, Cal., Oct. 4.—A tremendous explosion at 1 a. m. Saturday morning, resulting within two
hours in the total destruction of the
six-storey building occupied by the
Los Angeles Times, the almost certain loss of nineteen lives, the injury of more than a score ol others
and the linancial loss of half a million dollars; followed by thc finding
of a dynamite bomb at 9:16 a. m.,
under the resideuce of F. J. /.eehan
delnar, secretary of the Merchants'
and Manufacturers' association and
ol another Inter in the dny under
the window ol the residence of General Harrison Cray Otis, editor-in-
chief of the Times, have kept this
city In a ferment of excitement, nnd
made this day ono of sensational
and tragic events.
The explosion occurred within a
few minutes after half a hundred
employees, working on an early
shift, had left the building. Less
than a hundred persons, including
the mechanical force and the editorial force, keeping "lute watch" wero
in the building.
The explosive whicli caused tho
catastrophe evidently had lieen placed directly beneath the composing
room. The floor ol this department,
was lifted through the ceiling, lino-
typo operators and compositors being hurled through the walls into
the street. Immediately tho building wns enveloped in a sheet of
tlRmcs.
Within ten minutes escape from
the upper floors whb Impossible.
Dozens of terrified employees leaped
from the second storey windows to
the pavement.
Mon rushed from the twisted doorways, useless arms dangling at thoir
sides, and in several cases thoir faces
seared and distorted almost beyond
recognition.
Within 20 minutes wives nnd mothers of tho men who wore at work In
the building were hysterically besieging the police linos. Tears ot joy
when some loved one joined an nnxi-
oty-strickon group on the outside of
the building, were mingled with the
cries of anguish from other women's
lips when thoy wore led to whore
awaiting and unconscious bodies lny
awaiting hospital ambulances.
A police dragnet has been sprend
about the eity. Chief Calloway declared this morning that several
clews regarding the identity of tho
mon responsible for tbo explosion,
have been  unearthed.
Officers of the North Bind police
station, less than a block from thc
Times building, snw several mon
running from an alloy in the ronr
of tho structure three minutes l>o-
fore the explosion. The explosion appeared to have centered near the alley from which the men appeared.
Managing Editor Andrews states
"Dynamite and bombs and fire.
Very fitting weapons lur such a deed
We have received numerous threats
that this dastardly deed would be
attempted. Tlie elements thnt con
epired to perpetrate tbe horror must
not be permitted to prosecute their
unlawful  'ampaign."     ('.
Most of the serious    injur es
the  results  of leaps  fur life,
those opportunities "f escape
denied     to those who are  nun
among the missing,  must of   whom
are buried under the ruins,        Thoy
died crushed to death under the criim
bling  walls ur suffocated     by      the
smoke and tlumeB.
The Times got out Its regular issue today printed on its auxiliary
plant, provided, Its management
says,  as a safeguard against
s   I -nstor as has been enacted
In this Issue It  charged the    labor
union
,."• i  warfai i for I with
responsibility foi I
its plant and tbe is   ol
life and propertj    The off
various unions have i,ci*n prompl  ti
theii disavow respon '
oiler their assistance in the •■ ted
, f the perpetrators.
The two other bombs found
of the clockwork kind nnd had been
timed to do tii" wi rk at the sxacl
moment that tho explosion occurred
hi tbe Tuiies building, bui tbi
sume flaw in mechanism hnd fnili-d
to explode un time.
San Francisco. Oct, I. -An offer
ol 17,500 reward for the arrest and
conviction ol the perpetrators of the
i.u- Angeles Times dynamiting was
made this afternoon by Secretary
Treasurer 0, v. Tveltmoe, ol the
State  liuilding Trades  Council,
Historic Landmark
The Saturday Sunset wnnts to see
the old suspension bridge nt Spuz-
zum repaired "as n historic landmark." Recently Mr. McBrlde,
speaking to a Colonist representative, when pnssing the bridge on the
railwny, said that he was of the
opinion that the bridge should be
repaired so as to be suitable for
pedestrian traffic and maintained as
a historic structure. As there will
be a railway on both sides ol the
Krn-er at this point, there seems
hardly to be any necessity for preserving the bridge as a part ot a
general highway system,—Colonist.
WANTED
Knit HAI.E- -Waif house nn Smelti i
Ti'iiik.    Apply Ki'.\ Ki.sToi-.i-; SAWMILL
Oo
New
Aviator's Insurance
York,  Oct.  ■!.- A dozen
more insurance companies have cancelled nearly $51)11,11011 worth of insurance on Allen A. Ryan's life lie-
cause ol bis connection with the international aviation meet, holding
that there is too much risk attached
lo aviation.
Mr. Ryan said he told the insurance companies lie wns not anxious
to ride in nn aeroplane, but this did
not alter the case with the companies.
It is well known that no insurance
company will insure the life of an
aviator, but this is thc first notice
that they attach an clement of danger to the life of persons only interested in the progress of the new
science of Hying. There are a number of other millionaires connected
with the International aviation meet
but it has not been learned that
their insurance hns been cancelled.
FOR BALE)—Just arrived two cars
of first class dry Fir Wood.— Revelstoke General Agencies.
V ANTED—Hoy Apprentice. Carroll
& Co., Salmon Arm, Plumbers and
Tinsmiths.
FOR SALE OR RENT—Ranch at
i Clanwilliam, one new house and 1(1
i acres ol Intnl. Apply to Mrs.
i    Mary Palmer, Clanwilliam, D.  C.
WANTED  —   Experienced    Girl       for
I   bouse   work, at nine'      Apply   al
Tucker's  Studio, to.
FOR    BALE—278  acres  facing  Eagle
River, Blcamous, $30 per acre. For
terms apply  to  E,  A.  Harris,  HU'J
I   Langley,  Victoria, U. C.
MATURNITY       NURSE—Tho   under
signed is prepared to tnko Maturn-
ity   Cases  at  her    home  or  nt the
I   home of  the  patient.—Mrs.    W. C.
Wilson. Oct.  6,  lm.
On the approach of Winter the
Montreal Herald very truthfully re-
mnrks : —Coing out—Straw lids,
pumps, fussy socks, tennis, cold lunches, summer girls, hammocks, money ins usual). Coming in— Ear
mulls, rubbers, snow-boos, hockey,
turkey, carnivals, pneumonia, double
windows, long nights, cold foot, bills
(always).
HEAVY DRINKER CURED
Samaria Cured Him, and He Helps
Others
A man who bis been released from
Ihe awful craving* "i drink, und whose
hisi thought  i- i.i help others, s•!**.•* i
j lh,* -i'ui* uf    uu.   Iirotherh I    and
| phllanthroi y.     lie ,,|   his h tier:
I     i in    .-.im.iiui    Itemed) Toi
■ in
I        " ' .     ou   |'|.-;ls.-   * **. *    in        ink   on
; drink,   also     i*    . .    your
!  * •*"• 'i   i. in. ■! *      ir   I       Ji Ink
I  wish to hand d  who
is  ,."in«   to  ruin  UirouKti  Urlnk.    >   u
I « ill i''in' mbei Lt.ii  * ...nr
■ ...ii,.*.,.    and  i  ■:■
lo   In I    :..**.
■
desire   ,oi    It   hu   lull  gin
■
ienn ilj      \ ■■•;
i wl
11.  I.llyw
S.in   ■ ■
■   ■   ,    * .
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*
CARDENINC—All kinds of Garden
Work done by practical gardener.
Lawn making a specialty. T Ncw-
ell. Box 1.11 City.
'OR SALE—One dozen lust year's
Plymouth Roek Chickens, nlso
young Chickens. Apply J. L.
Stark, Revelstoke, 11.  0. 3t.
FOR BALE—80 Acre Ranch, Stock
and Implements, about 15 acreB
under cultivation, well wooded and
watered; price $5,(100. Apply on
premises,  four miles down      south
track road, Frank Veltri.        321 lm
FOR SALE—Six Roomed bouse on
Third street, east, with nil modern
conveniences; also kitchen range,
heater and linoleums. —Apply this
Otlice.
IW Tli MAKE
A SHIRT
Procure 3Vj> yards BEST MATERIAL obtainable. This quantity will make the shirt
ROOMY, COMFORTABLE and
EASY TO WORK TN.
Sew all buttons on BY HAND
they CANNOT COME OFF.
BAR-TACK      all      BUTTON
HOLES,   then   they   CANNOT
BREAK      DOUBLE STITJH
AND ANCHOR   all   Beams   so
Th ■ r suit will
11-mad     hirt,   It
r   easier   and  better,
to BUY tlie
were
Even
were
:
Advices Irom Copenhagen st.nte
that Wnldcmar Puzcnira bus sne
ceeded In his Invention lur lighting
arc lights with wireless current,
Moving Pictunii to-night.
ShiJohb Cure
aulchly  il'M'i rnudhi*   turn colli*,  b-toll
i. throat and lund*,.      .   ■   .      i.'i ,,„,,.
*
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him « ■
\   I Iti I     IIII \l    I'M K M.I
marls Pre«
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in
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Prompt Settlement
Revelstoke, B
H. ii   Robbins, Ssq ,
IB) * "
inmranc   Revelstoke
tear Sir,—
■inin*'.
* ■     i olumbla   k
Co., lur |900 'i" in   ii ttlemsnt  Ol my
claim for  loss at  Salmon  Arm,    and
thoroughly appreciate the manner In
whirl, this claim  was  n
Yours truly,
ri.  McMAHON.
Still Doing Business
Headquarters for Bulbs,
Two tons jusi arri 'ed,
Also ;i full line of seeds,
ornamental Btock, fei
tiliztirs, Bee supplies,
spray pumps, Implement* and all garden
requisites.
M. J. HENRY
.'Kill Westminster Road
A. R. McDoLUALL,   •   Manager
SHIRT
made  on  the
"   IT B X. BRAND BUCK-
SKIN 01 OTH SHIRT
■
'  •-.' MTTEE BOND,
• WILL NOT
*
'i B K BRAND BUCK
SKIN Ci.OTH SHIRT WHICH
RIPS
^an6ther^
/A
. ading    dealers
it i i . ■ ' i
Mailc nnd guaranteed Iiy tlir
HUDSON   BAY   KNITTING   CO.,
MONTREAL.
1(17
Shirtmakcrs to
The Workingman.
Send Your Orders
To the innl rsigned  for
Famous Gall Coal, Dry Cedar
and Hemlock
fire, Liie and Accident Insurance
Full particulars of select building
lots Riven upon application
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent I.nan
Company Agency
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
teller of Voice, Piano and Organ
I'upil pr ',i ir.' 1 lur T nronto Conservatory
oi Music
I.oenl Examinations.
Studio:   Second Street
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol  West Kootenay.
Take notice that H.  W.  Crawford,
of Gerrard, 13. Cl., occupation engineer,  intends    to  apply  for  permission
to    purchase tho following descrihod
'lands:
|   Commencing at a post planted ten
chains   from  the  south  east    corner
of  Fullmer's  pre-emption,   Lot  7491,
thence    west    40 chains along      the
south   boumlnry  ot  Lot  7491,  thence
Eolith    20     chains,  thenco    enst      40
hains,  thence north 20     chains     to
oint   of commencement,   containing
80 acres, more or less.
Dated August 27th,  1910.
HBOTOR W. CRAWFORD
Located Iiy W. El.  Ulenn, Agent.
NOTICE.
Iu the matter of an Application
for the issue of a Duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot 8, Block 4, being part of Sections 27 and 34,
Township 23, Kange 2, West of tho
6th Meridian, Town of Itevelstoke,
B. C, Map C36.
Notice is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at the expiration of one month after tho lirst
publication hereof a duplicate of tho
Certificate of Titlo to tho above
mentioned lot in the name of Bevel-
stoko Land Company, Limited, which
certificate is dated the 9th day ol
April, 1907, and numbered C774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL R.  ROE.
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B.C.,
September 13th,  1910. S17015
XAMINATION     FOR   INSPECTOR
OF      STEAM BOILER    AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    for tbe position
of  Inspector  of   Steam   Boilers    and
Machinery,   under   tho   "Steam   Boilers Inspection Act,  1910,"    will    bo
held  at the     Parliament    Buildings,
I Victoria,  commencing  November 7th,
1910. Application and  instruction
forms can be bad on application    to
; tlio undersigned, to whom the former
j must bo  returned correctly  filled in,
not later than October 34th,      1910.
j Salary $130.1)0 per month,  increasing
I at the rato of $5.00 per month   each
year to a maximum of $180.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
New Westminster, B. O.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
SPECIAL REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$8.50
$7.50
Orders promptly filled
F. McCarty
Assignee's
AUCTION SALE
Acting under instructions from Thos.
H. Ingram, ol Vancouver, assignee of
the S- II. Lawrence estate, I will sell by
public miction at
SALMON ARM, B. C.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910
Al J p.m. nt the premises
The real proper!} belonging to the
said S. II. Lawrence estate, consisting oi
three lots situate oil the corner of 11ml-
son St. .uul .Mil.iml Ave., in the town-
site oi Salmon Arm. 'in ihis property
are erected .1 residence and store building.   Ii  is   1  u 1  revenue producing
iiinii, under lease at present time.
Property will In* offeri-il in one or two
lots to Mm bidders nt timeof sale.
further information as to terms,
rental, etc , may be had on applying to
tlie undersigned.
i 1    1 m.i** 1 u, Assignee,
Ui,\ _'.-il, Vancouver, I'. C,
■ m.miin Akm Ki.m.ty Co., Agents,
Salmon Arm,  B, C,
J. Johnson, Auctioneer,
Siiliiiiin Ann, H. C.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wesl Kootenay.
Take notice lhal Ktta McCarlcr. of
Revelstoke, B.C., Spinster, intends lo
apply for permission lo purchase lhc following described l.uul:-
Oommcnciug al a post planted nn llir
easl bank of llle Columbia River at the
North-west corner of Lol 8301, Group 1,
Kootenay District, and marked "Klin
McCarter's south-wesl corner posl,"
Ihence east to chains) thence north 80
chains; thence west .)(> chains more or les?
lo the east bank ol the Columbia River
ihence soulh along the easl bank of the
Columbiu River 80 chains more in* less to
lhe point nf commencement, containing
.'.jo acres more or less,
ETTA McOARTER,
Hy her agent, Albert Porsiand.
Dated lath August, T'lO.       aug 17 2111
THK    CITY    OF   CALGARY.
SEALED TENDERS will he received by the Commissioners ot the
City of Calgary, and addressed to
the undersigned, marked,
.TENDERS  FOR STREET RAILWAY
TIBS    ANU    POLES,
until   the  seventh  day  of  November,
next,  at  la  o'clock,  Noon,  for    supplying  th.- Oity  with ties and    poles
for extension to the Municipal Street
I Uailway.
Pull particulars and s|iccillcntioiiH
may bc had on application to tho
Commissioners, City of Calgary;
marked cheque covering flve per
cunt, of the amount of the bid must
accompany  each  tender.
*   The    lowest   or any    tender     not
necessarily  accepted.
,   Dateil at Calgary,  September 2Kth,
1910.
W. D. SPBNOE.
City  Clerk.
©hanaoan (Tollco
5ummertan&, B.C.
COURSES   FOR   IOIO-II
1'.   1.   .1 lun,1. Two
I.**   miss,    lull   *   1.1,    and Tj pe
in .
ileiici      fol    '.mini:
■■nn 11.
 *<  iiim.
*  * *i 1 ,i*i     11,
11     ,l'i|    lllll).rl    pai
/ ji itt r 1   vi  lAWYEtt
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land  District.
District ol WeBt Kootenay.
Take notice that W. B. Robertson,
ol Revelstoke, occupation, Insuranco
agent, intends to apply lor permission to purchase tho following de-
scrlbed Iniiils
Commencing nt a post planted at
thc north east corner of Lot 2772,
running north 40 chains, thence west
•ill chains, thence south 40 chnins,
thenoe  enst.  40  chaius  to  the    point
nf commencement.
WILLIAM ULAIIt ROBERTBON
Dated  Sept.   ti,  llllll. S.17-N1C.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given that 60days
after dale hereof 1, Braes! Edward
Hall, of Hereford, England, occupation aichltent, Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lamls, for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
llie south-west corner of 11. J, Hy.
han is' pre-emption, Galena Bay, West
Kootenay District, H.C., and marked
"Ernest Edward Mali's N. 15 corner
post," thence 40 eliniiiH south; thence
.'lit ehuins wesl; thence 21) chains north;
thence 10 chains east: thence lil) chaius
north; thence 20 chains east to point
nf commencement, containing in nil
IIUI acres more or less.
Dnted this IS1I1 day of,lune, 1IU0.
Ernest Edward Ham.,
aug 10-00d 11. C. Hull, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ill West Uoiitellliy,
Take lioine Hint 1, E. Mi (ialiran of
Arrowhead, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post, planted at
the Northwest corner of Lot S2II4,
theuce 811 chains wesl; I hence till chains
north toT. L. 10070s thence 80 chains
east along the line ol T.L. 101)711 to tlie
Lake shore; thence along the lake
shore to point of commencement, containing four hundred and eighty acres
more or less,
Edward McGahran,
Arrowhead, B.C., June 28th, 1010.
jly 21 2m
NOTICE,
lievelstoke Laml District.
District of Wesl Ko .lenay.
'lake notice llinl Clinihs A. Ilariiimi,
of Revelsiok* , 11. (■., occupation,
ci nisei*, intends to apply for permission
to piirclni.se the following described
lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on
thu   trail   leading   from    MeCiilloitgh
Creek to French Greek, about a quarter
of a mile distant nnil in an easterly
direction  from  Goldstream,  marked
"S. A. Illinium's Ninth Knsl Corner";
Ihence south HO chains: thence West
Sl) chains; thence north HU chains;
thence easl SO chains to point of oinn-
niciii'cmt'ii!, containing tllO acres,
more or less.
ciiaki.kk August Barnum.
Dated August 2nd, lllll).
D.
JOBBING CARPENTER
Rrpnii    Ti***
in, iuI**.i  * .
Woik  Shop
in 1 im. 1, ni
Skating  Rink
cancellation of rbsbrvh
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
reserve existing upon the lands cra-
Inai'i'd in Special Timber License No.
2.H1H, situate Iii Kootenay District,
is oancellod, and that tbe said lands
will be opon lor location under tho
provisions ol the "Lend Act" at
nn.iiiiriii 1111 December 22ml, 1910,
ROBERT A. RBNWIOK,
Doputy Commissioner ol Lands.
Lands Department,  Victoria, D.C.,
l.'.tli September, 1010, td
FOUND—Purse containing money, on
McKenzie Avenue. Owner may
huve same by proving property
and paying tor this advertisement.
Apply Mail-Herald Office,
NOTICE.
Uevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take nolice Hint .lolin S. Hiirnnni, of
Uevelstoke, B. C, occupation cruiser,
intends   lo   apply   for   permission   to
purobase tlie following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
Hie trail lending from McOullough
Creek to French Greek, about a quarter
of a mile distant und in uu easterly
direction from Coldstream marked
"J. S. Illinium's North-West Corner
Post; Ihence south SII chains; thence
east SO chains; thence north SO chains;
thence wesl SO chains to the place of
commencement containing 040 acres
more or less.
John S. R.mim.m.
Dated August 2nd, 11)10.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
llepnirs of all  kinds ne        carried  hi
Bloyolt and (lun work a specialty
Estimates given on any olasB
of work.
Front     Street.
*ffMdefi
fStomk
, A Good Line
FOR   EVERYBODY
fc-
Fop Sale Evepywbepe WEDNKSDAY,  OCT.  5TH,   1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
Pare!
The Elevator is 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 eitizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
We are giving our Special
attention to Freeh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving.    Call in
and see the assortment.
Ladies'
Undeawear
The temperature is at
cold weather underwear. We
are at the footlights with the
stock. The extra values we
are showing this year is telling the tale in the huge quantities of Ladies' Warm Undergarments. We are distributing a special while they last
in a fleece lined garment at
35c. each
4 Garments 1.25
Stylish
Knitted Coats
The "Madam Melba"
Sweater Coat the last word
in stylish knitted coats, semi-,
fitted and box back, roll collar
and handsome buttons, any
color in two weights, and
pure wool at
$3.75 and 4.75
Dressing
Sacques
New Dressing Sacques in
fine, warm, Gait fleece, in
warm shades of red, navy,
etc. Nice wool trimming and
a perfect wear at
$2.90
N
Mai;
ew
inery
The lovely hats that
crown our Millinery Parlors
are more than an aggregation
of trimmings, they are artistic individual productions.
The showing is the best we
have ever attempted.
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the store on
the Ground Kloi).-, is proving a
convenience. We have a Dne
" Hohart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
Our Monday
Bargain
Plenty of ladies availed
themselves of the bargain
this week in Dress Materials.
Here is another chance for
Monday of next week: A
mixed lot of newest dress
materials and new colorings
50
C.
Men s New
Fall Styles
They differ in many important respects from the
very smart styles we showed
for Spring. See the new Rostand coat. See the new English ulster. See the new
Prussian collar coat. See the
new Muto convertible collar
coat—the cleverest garment
ever designed.
See the new two, three
and four button sacks, with
style and fit that the small
tailor envies but cannot duplicate. See the new touches
on the dress and semi-dress
clothes. See the wealth of
warm woollens from the finest looms in the world. No
such display of fine fabrics
ever shown in the city before.
Christy's
Fall Hats
New arrivals in Christy's
Hats. All the latest styles in
Plush and Raw Pur Felts.
See our up-to-date shapes
in Black Stiff Hats
$2.50 to 3.50
Curtai
ains
Our stock of Curtains includes
the very latest creations in
Fancy Scrim, Irish Point,
Battenburg and Frilled Net
effects. It will pay to examine them before buying.
Women s
Fall Shoes
Our new Fall stock of J.
& T. Bell's shoes for women
has just arrived. All the
newest shapes in Patents,
Box Calf and Vici Kid welts
$3 to $5
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
Biscuits
and Cak<
Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits and Cake —an all-the-
year-round success. A real
biscuit novelty. Welcomed
wherever introduced. Light,
crisp and digestive. They
not only win us new customers but retain them. In 25
different assortments.
Fish
The Fish season is now
opening up and we are prepared for it with a nice stock
of all kinds, in the following:
Salted Fish-Codfish, Mackerel. Salt Sea Trout, Salmon
and Labrador Herring.
China and
Glassware
See our table of Fancy
China and Glassware at half-
price. They must go at once
to make room for our new
stock. Come early and get
first choice.
Fruit and
Vegetables
Large shipments of Apples, Grapes, Oranges, Bananas, Pineapples, Canteloups,
and Pears arriving daily.
Fresh vegetables every
morning—Cauliflower, Celery,
Beets, Cabbage, Carrots and
Ripe Tomatoes. The newest,
best and cheapest.
Baking Powder
Price's Baking Powder,
the Low-Priced Powder with
a High-Priced Value. We
carry a full line in 6oz., 12oz.
2ilb. and 51b. cans. Wholesale and retail. Get our prices
then you will get our goods.
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Orders I Sard the children
lo the Store I Come youirell, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home lor Orders. No Order
too large or too small for ua to
handle. It pleases ub to see that
Customers get tbe bent of attention. Pap I
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6TH,  19m.
f— \
New Fall Underwear
Ladies' Natural Wool Vests and Drawers
at $2.00 per Suit.
Children's   Natural    Wool   Vests   and
Drawers.
Ladies' Ribbed I'ndenvear at  750.   per
Suit.
Children's Ribbed Underwear at Goc.
per suit.
Bought direct from tbc manufacturer—
quality the best all garmen s are
warranted unshrinkable.
Our stock o( Men's and Boys' Underwear is complete. Men's All Wool
Suits at $1. 75 per Suit.
Ladies' Hosiery
Twenty-five Jo/en Black Cashmere I lose
at 25 Cents per pair.
Per Pair 25c.
Millinery
New goods coming to hand by express,
Our   display comprises  ihe   Latest
Eastern  styles.
See Our Window
REID <&
YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Moving Pictnreii  to-night.
Demonstrations are being made nil
this week at Hie local grocery stores
ol the celebrated Purity Hour from
the Western Cnnnrin Flour Mills, ol
Winnipeg.
At ii meeting ol the Police Oom-
milteioners yesterday, the contract
tor tho winter uniforms fur tbe
police was awarded t<> the McRae
Mercantile Oo.
An English Bl ihop, says the Port
A:tl. .: Sews, declares that the hcud
Inge i ! Canadian newspapers are
too still we have Been neck
ties in Eng.an-d just ns loud,
The   i.i '     Id  ol  St.    Tout's
church nn- holding a Bale ol work
and entertainment nn Friday, Nov.
lith. in the Opera House, Further
particular**; will In- given later.
A party ul distinguished English
anil foreign Bportsmen are bunt ini;
tbis wook several miles north of Allien Canyon. Caribou anil bear nre
plentiful in that locality, nnd tin-
hunters should return with u large
bag.
T night anl Thursday     there    will
be an eiceptionally good programme
i.f moving pictures at the      Edison,
great Vienna Tragedy,
The comedies     are
excruciatingly tunny,
Tames    June, a railroad brakeman
who has been Working out of     here
I mt was found 'lend  In Ins
t«d at tl. ■  King Edward hotel early
■ lay afternoon. The d ceaaed
foi some time previous
ng to heart  failure on  Sat
urday.    The Coroner deci led tb.it an
I   i■■ *. wary,     The  lun-
k place on Monday afternoon
Igh    he bad but  n  few    days
el    •      announced    thnt there would
attempt  mnde lur  the present
towards applying the Canadian Tom
iernnce Act  in  Ilntisli Columbia Kev
l ■    3pi :.'••:  while In Cumberland an
•   • avors to bring the
to fi rce  will sl. rtly lie mado
*.: I ■ *, *.* Rupert    nnd   Chilli-
wack.
11   upon        111
Octi ber 18th,     0. E
I.    Tin-
• • down t r Revelstoke is
.mpnit
■    ,•     !    R I   .      I'.*..Umi,
tent      Ti ii   *»>,•■
ed this
■r. the
■:   Bert li
al ' ' I'lin.
*      the
partly   Me
. *• *
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would BUggest you doing so if you wish to procure the Lest
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AM)   COFFEE
Wo have a full stool; of the leading lines in Toas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from ifi per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
■»■-? i f
—————B—MB■
Is one of the  most import'
ant Hems in yeur basin: ss
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look aftei'  tbis  branch   of
the business for you.
kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successor; lo hiiitairi & Anderson
Vane
i
umber   on
■
■
iti •   f ii.
. '
.!'.■'■ (      Trad*
•   ti
lm Kklimt
■  ■ d      or
per lb
■■ tonight.
INFINITE
VARIETY
All the sl*.ml-
■
'
■ ■■
i
Pel
■
"
1
i.,..
ment In '
■
Bews  Drug Store
N<Mt   Mm*
.., B...K
|   A  number ,,f citi/ons    aro     ta
advantage ol tbe low rate   Ilercd
tbe CP.R.  io attend  ibe  N w  Wee!
minster Fair.
li   la stated  *
imith ti
oi. nniznllun  ol  tin   Liberal
of Uritish Columbia.
ft 1 S'TEll    \  brii hi   j nan
a th
l'o|l l for tiie  u.
and     nil
mmi      •    *
k. Hi ti      R
*
The
•iup ol the   Shu
Railway
\,   • *       *
car
ry main lii
■ d in nn-l fi a
* handle fa
■
pin ll
Its
*
run,     I' '
Kmp:
comotlvi
Wonderful  I.leute   *  l
■   '
Pole R
i       |. ■ li.h.e snys
" \ll   l,i ndfii
■    *       ■     .*    . i
•  and thrllll
Shackletnn'i  Farthest South EOi
t on      told      Iiy  mi-inn  "I
graph    pic!        taken in thesi
■
wall    na    instructive,  thii    pictorial
portrayal of ninny of Hi- chlel     in
.  lent     il ■ "ii-
llllll    lliu   |*i i* nl i* i i    nnd
p.ills,  -lr* ii*iii    and  ii I
tne brave band ol men »ho unfnrlori
the lii.ii li Dag within  100 mllei   nl
■ * *   -intan tic Pole,    With hreathlei i
a   bir   a 11(1
followed iin* mot Ing   tory, and   frc
i,unt wii,* the '■ itliiirati ol    i
nltloti in ' "i did the 'I''* i ol
daring accomplished by Mr. Bhncklo-
Urn uud hu comrade*!."
to   night.
al Mac's
n in \ ancouver, dine   at      tbe
..-. 341      *'.*■ ,lei    * ■
*
'
:   *    '   v
■
'
'
*   ■
SGCI31 UNO PfRSONftL
■
*.'
*
■
wn rated upi n
* i
Wi* regret to leal n ol ':*:*      oi    *
of Mr. 0/ ni
•i, the late it roi nm n
■   •:..,!  !,.   . , rn    i
Mi   ,i   ii     Mahoo i     tii"   general
■  (oi   tbe  Alien   Players,      who
open fm 'i -io'em' ni   ii  lbe
n   on     Monday  night
ni it, ii  city today    ma
pi *    .ii j ui; *u*. * mental
Dramatic Suciess
A large audience wituessod the performance of "Tbe manxman" a
Bplendid dramatization of the well
known novel by Hull I'nino, which
waa Btaged at the Edison Theatre
on Saturday niitht last. Interest
in tbe piece never Bagged Irom the
first rise till the Inst fall of the
curtain, for sol.loin has such a powerful absorbing piny been staged in
this city.
The story of an lioii"st man's love,
a friend's villnny, and a girl's weakness were here vividly portrayed and
played with all the realism that
could be centered  upon  it.
As Pete Qullliam, Mr. Frederic
Clarke played a Btrong part, nnd
Mildred Eddy, ns Kate the simple
country girl, carried out her difficult
role with pathos that could not fail
to move the attentive audience Tin-
rest of the caste was extromely well
balanced anil the whole was suflicienl
to keep tbc audience enthralled during the whole process of the unwinding of the story. The same old
picture of a woman's weakness, hut
without the rough sordldnesB that
s > frequently characterises plays of
his kind, the whole brightened by
be vivacious acting of Nancy (Lo-
llta Lamb) and tin- hypocritical
harshness of Caesar Orogan ( Chic
Keluic) made n charming yet sad
performance.
The stage sotting was exceptionally good and most effective and the
entire performance was greatly appreciated. Mr, Clarke will always
lind a warm welcome by Revelatoke
theatre goers, and lias already made
an enviable reputation for himself ns
one ol the rising young actors of the
day.
School Attendance
The nlleni'ii
ti i- September
ncc nt ihe pul lie scb
wan hs follows :
k Is
l'uhlic
Public.
Public
Public
Puhlio
Public
Pulilio
Public
I'ulilie
Pu'dic
Public
Bohool,
school,
school,
Bchoo',
pchool,
Rc'ioid,
bcl-onl,
sohool,
school,
school,
school,
Div.
Div
D v.
Div.
I>iv.
Div.
11..
Ill
I V.
V..
VI,
Div.VII.
Div.VHI
Div. IX
Div. X.
Div. XI.
KI
111
311
84
40
40
HI
46
37
4(1
,42
52
su 32
85 70
80 711
8181
83 IS
75 82
8? 33
88.04
87b8
81 82
86,89
Totals 462   8404 120
lilllli   (3011001,
High school, Div, I. .. '23   0305 7
Hi b sohoi 1, Div, II... 11    90 27 0
Totals                           —
84    05 7(1 Ki
Shr/ohb Cure
quickly stops coughs, cures cold**, heals
the   throut and   Irngs.  -    -    -   ilS cents.
South Pole Picturea
All iho world applauds a hero.
I.iont. Shuckle!rn and his comrades
iiave done something henrio. They
iiave unfurled the Iliil inii Hag within
me hundred miles of the south pole,
they have penetrated tho gront south
■ni ice barrier, nnd have, dragged
their sledges to n point which has
not been trodden by the foot of man
since the dawn "f creation, and tlie
whole world, especially the English-
speaking world, admires and acclaims those heroes ol tho twentieth
century,
Though shuo'.I. ton and liis comrades were not success.ul in reaching
the geographical pole, it must nut
be overlooked that tbey succeeded in
discovering the magnetic pole and
planting the Uriiisli Hag on a v.is;
nw territory, though an unproflt-
a le one, adding greatly to BCientlUc
knowledge in many branches, and
d Ing more to determine accurately
the geographical conditions ol this
I ast known portion of the globe,
than all previous Antnrtic explorers
pul   together These achievements
make the subject  of world-wide     interest.
lini   ..ii 1 fascinating story
tail by a wonderful   ser-
* •  pic! u *    produi ed      by
•  fi Co., an-d taken by     I.t.
■  n during his sojourn In the
Tho  pul lie ol  It ivelstoke
■ .   .   .,.u an  opportunity of see-
iscinattng  pictures    when
they in *  shown at  the    Edison Thc-
Sal urday  night, ai companied
: aphicall)   descr pi Ive lecture.
Edison Theatre
Saturdby, October I
Living Pictures and Lecture
"Nearest the
South Pale"
Willi    I I.   Shacklclnn   ol   lhe
British Aiilurlic lixpeilition
of 1908
The :'.  est   sci llic and   educa-
tioi nl   picture subji cl
in existente
Admission, 25c.        Children, li
Palirr/ Seats, 35c.
i Ci munli* inu nt a n hi.
Two Performances  Kiffhtly
Patent Ripless
oves
are made for hard
wear. Practically everlasting. No seams inside to hurt the hands,
and they ate
GUARANTEED
NOT TO RIP
Card o! Thanks
■ bank   • I imbers     of
K   and   II.  ..1 Ii. T.,      and
kindness
shown     me in my late
men!    luring thi   death      and
:'  my   brot lenodi
CHAS, JUNK.
M
Pi.'turH»   to-night.
Misa Hiil) WriglEy
Si QTH Kl.NM.M'i't'X., Kn<',,
Art Master's Cerlific ie
Is prepared t<> receive
pupils for drawing aud
painting,
For particulars npply to
MISS EDITH WRIGLEY
Care Mrs. Haggen
Bn ORiZ. KiT-J »
t
r*
\
i -
1
IBEA1H
Return   of
MISS VERNA  FELTON
and
The Allen Players
i. ■
Monday, Oct 10th
i Ion "'!;.
y^ Defiance of
nis"
Wr:"' ;■*.-    Mi    I	
h   Mi   Hernprl  I'   hforcl,  uni
...    for o x i
■ 'linn during thia Boa i
Prices,   -  25c, 50c, 75c
■ i-i mi Sale ai Maedoi i Id's Ihtig Store
V\'i.'i!ii".-ilii.v, Oct. 5th.
Itli
I   I
New
Madras
Wo aro showing a pretty line of Madras for
this season. There is nothing that drapes so
prettily as these goods, and they have almost entirely taken the place of Lace Curtains. Wc havo them in white, cream, ecru,
and pretty, soft colored effects for 30c, per
yard to 75c,
Reversible Scrims and Casement Cloths in
white or tan grounds, with Mission designs,
in green, blue and crimson—30c. Per Yard.
Good Blankets
We are showing some extra values in soft,
pure wool blankets, and if you are in need,
we can suit you in price antl quality.
Warm Waists
Some very pretty blouses in soft, warm
goods and neat colorings just what you need
for the told weather. They come in good
washing flannelettes and pure wool challies,
and wash splendidly. All sizes, from 32 to
42, and all prices from
85c to $3.50
1 ^BBIBMBaBEMS^BBBgaB—^
tt m tm i-,-nrfi-mt\ n*—*■*""■*« il mm r,m
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—nnd yon Bhould Insist upon getting Ilio liest at nil
linn **•*- |.-rl. oui-.. Our u-i iii.iiion fur good bread is not
tlm insult of chance. Oui customers are satisfied th't
ours is iln* ino.si satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try ii nnd yon «ii| become a regulur ciutomer. Our
Groceries me nlso In keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 2C8
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
GROCERY SPECIALS AT 15c.
Hull iuiore Shrimps in tills.      Cluilll   B.C.  or   Blue  I'nint.
ICippcced Herring, oval Uns. Hand Cleaning Paste.
1 bill n Pint of Pipe Polish with biusb nml cup.
Salad Oil in attractive bottles. Fhonc 93
McIntyre  & Son
Wc Iii*li\ci  lo All  1 .iris o! tin- City,
COAL   COAL    COAL
Best Lump Coal for Sale, also Furnace
Coal   Orders promptly attended to
S. G.  Robbins,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
PHONE    60
■a»»T»!<»w«-jji m»'i
Cumminys Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
B u gage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phono 276 REVELSTOKE. B.C.       Night Oali 71
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