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Array "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $00.
Interior Publishing Co., Agis.i
otla
9i'i lib
*ary
'V'
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'Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
I'Kl.NTERS AND PUBLISHERS
VoL 16 -No. 68
REVELSTOKE. \), C. A1K
$2.50 Per Year
Shooting Season
Requisites
You may require  something  for
the Opening Day
Shot   Guns,    Double   Bar-   jM Q   yp
Shot   Gun  and    Rifle  Com-   frOR 00
bined - ^
Sinaled-Barrelled Shotguns   t^l f|   PIP
Selling at - *IU   Ul
PUMP GUNS — Remington,   National,
Winchester.
Loaded  Shells,   Cartridge Belts,
Shooting Coats and Vests.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
tie
The Big Merger of limber Interests in
vince—Capitalization $5,0V9-41r. The
Meredith the Managing Director.
The
One ot tho most important timlicr
deals which has taken place in the
'province for some time, wns that
consummated nt Victoria lust week,
when  thc  juiut  Interests      ol      tho
to those who have the pleasure     of l
bis confidence.     Quid, and unassuming iu manner, ho never seeks notoriety through the press, yet,  to him,
more     than any othor le duo     tho
TUESDAY ANU
f
Surpass
UH Branches
Expectations,
Canadian  Pacific   Company of    Port  credit of merging thei-se diii'erent   In-
All the very Latest Models in
Rifles—351, 401, Mauser, Remington Auto, 22-Calibre in all
makes.
Lawrence Hardware Co.,Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Moody, the Anglo-American Lumber
Company of Vancouver, the Hartley
Suuiiil Cedni* Company of Port Al-
bernl, and the Gibbons Lumbei Com
pnny operating on Arrow Lakes,
were merged into one g gantic cun -
cern, The new company will be
known as thc Canadian Pacific Lumber Company, with head ollices nt
Vancouver, B. C, nnd is capitalized
|at $5,000,000. The total daily capacity for tac four mills of the new
combine will be 300,000 feet for a
Working tiny of ten hours.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
I The company will be controlled by
a board of directors, all well known
western men who have been connected with the timber industry for the
'last fifteen or twenty years. Mr.
M. Carlin, of Victoria, is thc president. Mr. Carlin hns been manager
'of the Columbia River Lumber Company of Golden. 13. C, and president
of the Berkley Sound Cedar company
The first vice-president is Mr.
Robert W. Gibson, of Victoria. He is
the president of the Anglo-American
Lumber company  of Vancouver; vice
terests into one mammotu concern,
Mr, Meredith Is sl ill closi ly con -
noctod with Manitoba and laskatoho-
wiui, being president of tho Farmers'
Trading Co. of Yorkton, ask., and
sccretnry of the Davidson-Fraser
Lumber Oo. of Moose Jav,.
Thc oilier directors of lho new
company are:—Messrs. O, O. .Major,
New Westminster; Geo, 10. Carb uld,
Eew Westminster; W. W. Fraser, Win
nipeg; D. C. Irwin, Vancouver and
Rami Gibbons of Revelstoke; all of
whom nre well well known capitalists. Mr. Frasci in the prosidonl ol
the Gibbons Lumber company which
is lining business all over tho northwest provinces, operating seventy
yards. This company lias been doing
business for tbe last twenty years
and is very well known tl.r ughout
the field.
The new amalgamation 1 iki over
all of the holdings of the foul .
ed concerns, including the !<
campB, thc fleets of tugs and scows,
the sasb ami door factorl . . .Irving
kilns, the planing mills nnd all of
the     assets     of the four companies,
president of the Barkley Sound Lum- which will in the future be known
ber company of Alberni ami president thc property of the Canadian  Pacific
of the Gibson Lumber company      of Lumber  Company.
Winnipeg.      He  is also the president ! STANDING  TIMBER,
of    the    Beaver     Lumber company, The standing timber  which  is  tak-
which    operates some seventy  yards en over by the new Canadian  Pacific
throughout the northwest provinces. Lumber  company   is  nil   thai     which
I Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otflce-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000 000.00
5,575,000.00
5 ^O.OOO.OO
5,5o., -00.00
Branches sr Agerts at, all principal points in'Canada.
A«eM8 in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Dank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, SinFian-
i-ii.ro—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Peponits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
NOW IS   THE  TIME
When you appreciate beim? able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGG* AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool anil
at the rijrht temperature. Our meats are
shipped ifi twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.    BURNS   &   Co.
Limited.
Summer Goods
AT COST
Mrs. A. Cr, Crick
TWO DOORS LAST OP EDISON  I III* A IKK
Besides his timber interests he has
other large investments in the province.
Mr. J. D. McArthur, who holds the
contract for the construction work
on the section of the Grand Trunk
Pacific east of Winnipeg, aud who
has large interests in Winnipeg nnd
in this province will be the second
vice-president.
The management of thc company
will be entrusted to Mr. Thomas
Meredith, of New Westminster, and
that in itself is a sufficient guarantee of its success. Few men in the
timber industry in British Columbia
nre better known than Tom .Meredith. An Englishman by birth,
coming to Canada with his parents
while yet a very young man, Mr.
Meredith is a striking example nnd
practical illustration of the results
of perserverance and stick-to-it-tive-
ness, nnd these ipinlities combined
with abundant energy, the ability to
see tilings as they arc and with
great faith in the possibilities ofthe
future, particularly lit him f"i- the
position of managing-director of
this large and Influential company.
Nowhere in the province is Mr. Meredith better known or more appreciated than in the Revelstoke district,
being one of the pioneers of the
milling Industry In this section of
the province. In company with a
number of associates he acquired con
slderable timber In the district sume
years ago and built the lirBt big
mill at Arrowhead, which, under his
management atiaini.il u high degree
of success. The mill and its limits
were sold at a goi 1 figure about
four years ago to American capital
ists, who are still doing business
there under the name of tbe Arrow
Lnkes Lumber Company,
A Bbort time after this. In company with w. w. Fraser, ol Winnipeg, uni Rand Qibbons, ol Revel
stoke, Mr. Meredith purchased the
assets nf tbe Pingston Creek Lumbei
Company, which included about 45
miles nl thc most valuable timber
landl mi tlie Arrow Lakes. Alter
seeing the Qlbbona Lumber Company
firmly established, Mr. Meredith lo-
tateii at New Westminster, acquiring
considerable milling and timber interests on the const, Including heavy
interests n thc Anglo-American
Lumber Oo., ol Vancodver, und tbo
Darkley Sound Cedar Oo. There la
perhaps no man in tbo province to
day better acquainted willi its timber resources, having been closely
connected with the Industry fur the
past twenty years, nnd certainly no
man Who hns done more for the
betterment of the lumbering Indus
try nl British  Columbia than      Mr.
Meredith,  nml   it   enn  truly    be    said
that what John R. Booth is in the
lumber Industry •.! eastern   Canada,
Ti'in Meredith is to tbt       udui
try in western Canada,
Notwithstanding the fact thai bis
■ n* : in* i intei esta require n good
.leal of time and attenl ion, au .
Meredith Is always ready to enjoj a
Chat with his friends, and is ever
ready to give assistance and advice
lias been held by the four minor con
cerns. In all there nre 135 square
miles and the cruise of it amounts to
two nnd one half billion feet. The
situation of the various blocks is as
follows: 41 square miles on the
Owekand lake, i'i Bquare nlles on
the Afbcrni canal, 21 square miles
on Howe Sound, Johnstone Straits
and Rainy river, and   IS Square miles
on the Arrow lakes. The timber
owned by the corporation includes
some of the lincsl to be found an>-
where on the continent, and the situation of it all affords nothing but
a lirst Claris logging pi iposltlon. A
large pi rei utai 11 ol It is tir, ami
there is also much cedar, plno and
northern spruce.
NEW MILLS AI ALBERNI.
No new additions will be. made to
the properties on tho u alnland In
the immediati fui ro, .* Lhc' com
pany will bull I a i irgo * a rt mill
at New Alberni on tho propcrt)
which it own.*, thero on tho comploi
ion of tbe eztensii i tho   Ei. .v N.
railway trom Nanaimo to Alberni.
I The new mill to be erected there will
lbe one of the largest on tbe Island,
and thoroughly up to date and will
be able to handle a largo amount of
the Urient.nl and Pacillc trade besides
shipping direct to tbo nol thwcsl and
eastei n Cana la. Tho i n aenl mill at
Alberni will bo then turned Into a
Bblngle mill.
I'he       I laili'      ul   the   iimiil) -
company centres chlollj In tbo north
wesl iuu*.inces, and bj Uiv* (our Bop
urate mills largo Bhipmonta huve
been made to the yardi In yond the
itocky Mountains. \ groal share ol
me oxpoi i ii.nu al goes to Pacillc
Ocean points and some ovon as    fat
as Hu* iui C iny.    The local trade
both in -/ancouver and Id tbo ol hi I
centres whore thi i ompany have
their mills la woll cati n I to, Tho
all uai Ions "I ih. mill • am In evei y
was imi.im mi* to ii"* .' i*,'ijIn ■ I
tho en:*'' i a i.n !"•:. i rndo.
Mi. McAfee will be tha man
the Vancouvei   mill       Hi
rn i tbo i". i mon In   i ho
province  ol   Hi I inbln.     Tho
Arrowhead nulls will be under tbo
control "( Mr. Rand Qibbons, who
was the tli st. nnil iiuiii.ir'i  in     that
district.       At    All  the prosonl
miiiH ami the new ono to i n
Btructed ni tho future will im under
the management ol Mi J. !•'■ Hallo
who hns liml i im i y yoars experience
in the iiuniii'i iinin *i i j in-ii'.
Necessitating incroabed fic-
commodation—fifty Horses
for liu iiace beetiny
Ro '■ : oki .. 'l bird Annual Pall
Fair tubes place on Tuesday und
WotlneBday of next woek. Thi utfl
erent committees havo  been very en-
rgetic in theii     tori    I ako l a
lie mi ..i .... m ■ .1 fair in tho hi i
ti i;, o thc citj. and this is especially true in rei i eel to the Ind'i s
committees,     li   is  now  the      duty
ui tho Cil :....* - ' .m ;i'l'. to ■ i iii
every  way   | In  ni    mi
; lis n1-,'. i. i'hal     I     lie elstoke
public will patronize the coming lur.
by their al lance a tho grounds
on i in m1.i\ and -iVodno iday next, a.;
.. lune done in the pa il
is au undisputed fact, but something more than that is necessary.
Those who van make exhibits should
do so—give the judges some v irk
to do in awarding prizes. I'p to
the presenl   I ;   iles    in the
poultry, trult.vegetahle and da' y
pi oduco lii'i'.'i: I im 'i.; have boon fur
is of either of the ,nv* . , a
years, an I I ladies in charge , f
the homo baking, preserves and fancj
T.-ork exhibits Btato thai extra ip u *
i.'ili be roquiri d tor these this ye u .
All this is very good, but the public
at ill have an ' lii i dui;. i" perfoi ra.
Phey must advertise the fair among
(heir friends i n  I lie  outside. In
duce them to pay you a visit nest
week and Bhow them what Revcl-
Btoke Is capable • t producing. Publicity is tho greatest power in the
commercial world today and while
tho committee in charge of this *** irk
tor the fair bave done their duty
in a general way, still the persoual
invjtal ion Is tho one thai brlni a n
largei I    returns.       Special rates of
fare and i -third have been granted
by the CP.R.  t" visitors to tho "lir
Entries     nf exhibits tor tho     fair
ch   e al   !  p.in   "'■  Mon lay,      Bepl.
5th,  and  no exhibit,  will   he accepted
i nless made on the form supplied tor
this purpose, which may be had    * c
application    to the aecrdWrj.     Mr.
('hns.  M.  Field.
Ti." committee visited the   grounds
,   aftei noon and a e   ha°.*U>g
the difteronl  buildings put in    aliai ••
for the n celpe ol exhibil a.     It    has
hei n found noci year     to
greatly  Increai i   the ac umtn -i n ion
 I *
in Borne i isl iiu'i's being very llmiteo.
Tho race I beon    pul
in the pink of condition and s \ne
of the fast."-i hoi es trom Ca'i v ■-■
and tho coasl will be In attendance.
Altogether tho outlook  fm   tin   'l rd
annual fnlt   Is most   pr m* ■ .
or, is tho v i ' li
word of success and that rest! en
tirely with tbe elliz. iit themiclvi i,
Lol tin ni bi '■ t.i it thai ii" s are
not fm.i ■' ; ipeel.
Where to Ret your supplies
for the Hunting Season.
Our stock of Guns, Rifles,
Revolvers, Ammunition,
Hunting: Knives, Hunter's
Axes, Match Boxes, L g-
gings, Coats, Belts, Fishing
Tackle, Re-loading and
Cleaning outfits, Traps and
Tents, Camp Stoves, Compasses, Blankets, etc., is
complete in every respect.
We also carry the best line of Groceries
Provisions for home or camp use. Our
Choice Teas and fresh ground Coffees
arc especially meeting with a larger
sale every day.
rue Bros.
V.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
•xxsnsrsE^ni.:
- s * ;■*. c are. mms
Ciothes Ready
Hundreds of n
I   r llii-li 11 -vs
S b.
buys'
UBt fi
others find 'ln-ii-new clothes
ue of the Hist necessities for
1 npi'iiitig, so we are offering a snap in
s-i.isf.., 11*,,, next week. Good val-
. So, $0and ST.   Now $8.00.
Boys' Stockings
We -lia'l  off. r for 111"  next
il'/.n |nirof Hue, Birviceahle
i--...-iiiion.illy   low  prices — 85c
Now 25c.
week several
stockings for
and   40c.
Boys' School Shoes
We ha* <• just ripened up fl nice assortment of
Bo b1 School Hoots and have some extra
good values from $2 to $3.60«
cliae Mercantile Co.
Limited
M tm it
W HI Fi
CE
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.
AbGut Fifty of tl-e Fastest'ace
Horses in the Frcvince Will
;'ompetj Ior Purses Hen,
Next W„t';.
The Poultry Exhibit
That thoro will  be n  linen    entry
ill   llie      liiillll l J      Cla ISCI    III    the   fun
iii il woek is ai * tl,     .1. .1. Dovina
iii'i'ivi'ii nine entries yesterday morn
Ing luuu the okanagan, while many
mine are expect) tl  n * m tho      wosl.
I :..■  m.   * th   Will  nl  "  In*     li*
presented In the poultry hot*, and
entries are coming In last,
The poultry out) li
day nil-lit next.
The h.i'   racing  at  thi   I* '.*
in in* heiii in the city noxl
aii'i     Woilm  daj,    wll]    he tbe  ho i
meet In i ho Intel lor ol  tho i ruvinco.
•  idj   a   ii'lliil.i'i     nl     fii.-l
uu the way in.in ll	
nml in.iii'l hi iim* in i in' city today,
i* i mn tho i iknnni an then       proml
iini"     ii  nn. i     who   bave
mado llm racing gi i     rx-
eii log win ro i oj i.i' icon onl ored,
l''i'.iii Calgni j and Cloldon ilioro will
bo in the eiiv before the ond ol   (he
'*' I     unu      '   : li'    i.i tei I   "I*"    li "in
the inini ie circuit.
\n*. *. ther ii i i M" ■ tod thai in
the neighborhood "I All*. Iioi i will
ho I'Nii'ii'i in different events. This
will ni.'ii • i be i li '* mi •' nl the tali
iiiii viiii im   i"  i   in tho west.
M i'. a. McRae and .\* J.     Mc-
iiiniiii.    whn aro in charge ol     the
hi Satur   iaclng .  . m . mc no ofloi ts
in umi i iin* meel a bl
I'mu k New Management
MM HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
iiiii. Boyd, Proprietor
Continent
i (pen
■ -i    Hi al :.    Ri Borl    on    lhe
Natural Hot Water in Baths
All  the  Year.    Natural  Hot   Water
124 Degrees of Heat
Rales from $12.00 lo $15.00 Per Week
-r*»i*cj* nrsra - rova
Cool   thut
Cuiiisiei'u.
iii uli coat ut      II*    N
l.ili]. *    * I
ollnkeri In Ooui mr's coal.
Ice Cream * Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT Page -
TIIE MAlL-nERALD, REVELSTOKE- BC
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 81,  1910
Zb n&aU*1bevalb
HKD rt • DNB3DAY ANU
SAIL' K DA V   Ai
aXVXLSTOKB. B.  C.
Sntcrioi* publidbtno Company,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Inclu i. »■ ;      .-•-   to  I : .- I  StaU -
■-. ida,
Bj Lhe   ■ u igb posi ■-.    |       fci.W
Uftli 1.30
yuarter "■          .... L«U0
J )B     KIN i IV- ; ■ da   reason
I KHMr   ' . ■ . .- payable In ad
■ .*
ADVERTISING   KATES.
L   - ■   DOtiCCs , i.'i'! mii
■   Ium rtion
- .- . ■ ... Lim - uiuku mn
t   general bui ine  ■  Ml
■ nn ,...•  i- ■ ...   pot  inon'h
.      per    tenu    ad
'■.    > l »..   ]■;.:;:.-,   Marriages   and  Deu hn
I   ..
t . <     AH   euLvertUemoBbi
. ,     . ■■ * il    ie maiiageinunti
*   .   \ LveiI.-i in. ni-:
I, U« Ip  u inted, StiuaUouH
Vaoauu    Tu m bei -
v.        .. Mi  I u li - Wanted, to words oi
It--  -•-, .....   additional   niiL-   In   cODttf,
t . . -'■ - .:. standing adverttwiueuU must
v   -   i. I lead o   ami ^ ridity  ui
:. week u> secure good display.
C   lUlfcyPONDKM k Invited  on matters o!
public inu    •',   Comuiuniofttiuni to Kdi
:ur   must   Em   tu i ompanled   t>)   uaiua   ui
writer irUy tu  publication, bui
a- orideaofl i! good faith,   uorrettpondenoi
iboald be :»nef.
HAKVEV, McOARTKK
AM) PINKHAM
BAHKISTKKS, SOLICITORS, KTC,
11 tank   Hi ll.bi.su 1UVKI.
trroKJC, Ii. L,
Mnney to loan.
Uffloet; Itevei.-loko, 11 C.    I'ruLbrotili, B, I
JSO. te, MuCABI KB
A. Al.  PtXEHAM J. A.  H.\n\KV,
he ve bloke. i niLhrnuk
w
1LL1AM 1. bltlliUS
^^^^^^B   Waiiuter
Solicitor, etc.
8 liciloi for:—
Ihk Canadian Bank of COMMBBOB,
Tat. Molsons Bank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   •   REVKL-STOKE, B,U,
1
jUUKK-T SMITH
V
DRY   FIRE   WOOD
Order  curly  fnr delivery Sept.   15th  and
thereafter
Fir,  Birch,   Pine,  Spruce,   Hemlock
and Cedar Mixed
FOR TRICKS AND PARTICULARS
APPLY TO
REVELSTOKE GENEBAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REM.   ESTATE,   LIKE,   KIRE   AND   ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
widow mi'l tour small children have
ilir ilivpi'st sympathy ol the poople
uf Field in  llii'ii- Inini- uf trouble.
I Mrs. ,1. .Inure bus Bold lii'i' residence hero tn Mrs. Dart, and Is mo\
nil! to lii'i' home lu Revelstoke whero
sin' will hi' iii'iir the relatives ul her
late husband, All are sorry to loose
Mrs. Jonos trom amongst us, bui
extend host wishes tor her welfare in
Revelstoke.
iiniil
il try
FISH CREEK MINES
Two Strikes of High Grade Ore
on Pool Creek
Thai my contentions for Borne
years past, that tho Fish Rlvor rump
l.ns lii'i'ii merely scratched over, and
is today as promising a Held for the
prospector as is to be found else-
w lii'i i', has boon amply justified and
proven by tho showing up of a
spli'iuliil body nf high grade ore ot
grey copper and galena on the Spider mineral claim, some two and a
us poultry fanciers residing In places   ,,,,„ mileB ,,.,,„,     Cami)0rnc on Pooi
Greek, and another good showing   of
Thomas W. lidwards, ol Cadboro j
Duy Road, Victoria, to make the '
awards ol prizes and on tho oveuing i
"l Scptcmhci Mii ni ll i.'cluck, a I
meeting ol poultry men will bo
held to meet Mr, M, A. .lull, live
stuck commissioner, aud nmki
ai rangemi nl for the winter p
exhibition at   Revelstoke.
Mr, !•'. \\. Laing, who was appoint
ed  delegate  t"  i lie  meel ini   i il       I he
1).   i'.  Poultry   A ciation,   reported
us follows:
The British Columbia Poultry Association was itiiiin-,1 iit Vancouver
on August 18th, and ombraced mem
bers from all the different Poultry
Associations in the province, as well
not organized into Poultry Associations. Tho membership fee ts $1.00
annually,
Provincial Land Surveyor, |~™      '
MiiuiiL' buiveyor !   °3 unanimous vote the ropresonta-
, Engineering tive     delegates    from    the  different
McllKNZlB ATiiNC" , Poultry  Associations  In  the      prov-
i-"*i 1";' R*BVEL8TOKEJlnoa were elected the iloard of      llir-
c. w   o   w.
Mountnin  View Camp. No. 270
»Y.'M    Sowed   Rlid   F.-urlh   W, diu-tuy*. in
e»cn uionin, n ^-'kirk li.ill.   Visum
a lu cord ilfj   nvlt   Itoalteud,
\V   I. *   i. ' ou, Com,
JAS. M IN LVUK. Clork.
Howl
Kootenay Lodtc   No. IS, A r. i, A  t.1
*
■   *
MASOSIi      Ti:.M*
PL.fi,   U'ldk-ll.uvs'
ectors. Krom tlicse the Executive
officers woro elected, being E. B.
Culc, of Uiu imliy, President; W. E.
Nachtriev, of Victoria, Vlce-Pres.;
M, A. .lull, Sec-Treas.
The consideration of constitution
and bylaws elicited a good ileal of
animated discussion . The definition
ol member wus determined us being
"Any person in British Columbia
who might he willing to pay the
This rostrlc-
>'■ ;* ' •• l!" '  annual  tee of $1,110."
.   iu   eaoli
.a 8 i.ni.  tion was placed to prevent outsiders
j       l  :*.*    Iimmim    [rom   maklng   ug0   of   thc   poultry   Dlr.  I
ectory   to  advertise  their  btlsinoss  in 1
clean galena oro on the Excise claim
about three miles from Camborne, al
so uu Pool Creek. Both these properties will ho shipping ore ns soon
as snow Hies is beyoud question, nnd
it is possible 11 cur shipment from
ouch  property  will be shipped sooner
Il lias always appeared to tho
writer that claim owners have been
like the proverbial Mr. Mncawbcr,
waiting for something to turn up, instead of being the ones in their own
interests to turn that thing up for
themselves.
Pluck and perserverance in the two
eases cited have certainly not been
in vain. Mural—"lio and do thou
likewise."
Yours truly,
B. E. DREW
J T. POLLO' K. 51 istkb.
'   9 IS   J    Ail ^S   SB IU.I IEV
SELKIRK LODGE 12. I. O, O. F.
J   MATH1E me
FIELD NGTES
.:*.*.     1    *!-.:*?• '..
B3S ,'•■    .'    *.i   OS N.O
competition  with the local breeders.
Another  clause  wns  inserted    providing for the expulsion ot any    per-
^^^^^^^^        Bon from membership in the ABBocla-
d*0OT»utaTln6S^|tlon  wh0 mi*~'hl be  proved guilty    of      -^^^^—^^^^^
v'f Ha b?' h"''l"ck  tl'au,lulcllt     Practices especially      In '   Wc     at's    having autumn  weather
stog   r,i r.u «rf Cunncetuin wj(1| th(, Blluwillg ol bLr(lB   here  now,   frost at nights  but    nice
ut    exhibitions.     Such    as showing   n'"1 worm In day time.
borrowed birds.     In connection with ■   Mon.lay,     September 5th,      Labor
Militia to fight Flames
Spokane, Aug. 211,—Two hundred
Idaho militia were dispatched tuday
to St. Joe, forest fires thoro threatening the destruction ol the town.
Tlie timber comes close to the outskirts and the town is in gravo dang
er. tin the Boville branch of the
MilwaukVe railway 2UU men are light
ing the conflagration, which is mov-
lng north aud is likely to do enormous damage to timber. The forest
service is unable to say how many
are dead and missing. The firea
which have swept ovoi settler's
liumes seem to have converted the
bodies of the victims into charcoal,
nnd when touched, tho fingors, oars
and ecu the arms drop oft. Fifty
injured are in tho hospital at Wallace, Ida.
Port Townsond, Wash., August 29.
Dense clouds of smoke fi"iii the
bin ning lires of Washington and Oregon have overspread the waters of
thc Pacillc from 100 to 300 miles oil
the coast of both states. Capt, Parry of the steamship Queen, which
ciimo from San Francisco, snid t'uit
t.la: vessel was never free from llir
mass of smoke on tho run. Shipping
on 'very part of Puget Sound is
hampered by the dense smoke.
Spokane, Aug. 28.—Walter Hess, n
homoseekor, who was a member of a
lire lighting crew on Dig Creek, told
today how a dozen of bis party were
burned to death. "On Saturday afternoon 30 of us w.re stationed
about 12 miles up Big Creek under
Warden Christie, he snid. Below
us about two miles wns another
small crew aud together we were
working to control a small fire. We
had v irked for some days in this
way and had the fire pretty well
surrounded. About 2:30 p.m. we
heard a terrible roaring up the ledge
just south of us and before we realized it tbe fire had cut off our escape. Thirty men at thc upper end
of the lire nl. escaped but all the
poor fellows below Were killed. Five
of the men were killed hy falling
trees and seven more were sufiocated
in a small cave where they had
sought protection.
EXAMINATION     POR   INSPECTOR
OF      S'l I'.A.M   BOILER    AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    tor  the  position
ot   Inspector ot  Stenm   Boilers    and
Machinery,   under the   "Stenm  Boilers   Inspect inn   Act,   1910,"     will     he
held  at the     Parliament    Buildings,
Victoria, commencing November 7th,
1910.         Application and  instruction
forms can be had on application   to
tlie undersigned, to whom the former
must  be returned correctly  filled  in,
not later than October 34th,      1910.
Salary  $130.00 per month,  incrensing
at the rnte of $5.00 per month   each
year to a maximum of $1S0.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of  Machinery,
New Westminster, B. 0.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
I , ,	
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
T'. ch* r of Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservator}
..I Music.
Local Examinations,
Studio:   Second Street
nm 1 ■!■——1im uiuLi__Liu_ii u_l_i ii-ii- ■L___uiinj—m mi  1111 »i imw—■.iwi   1   M nBI
THE    RffOLSONS*    DANK
INCORPORATED 18E>5
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 GENERAL HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Bi 'inches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
TUB  KKVKLSTOKK
NEW  AND
Second Hid Store
We Buy, Sell or Rxcbauge
all Winds uf Household
Goods.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES  PAID
FOR MEN'S CAST-OFF
CLOTHING
CEMENT BLOCKS
M.. <  act .reo fu   al' oiei&vs of  bivldiuet
CENItRl AND LIME FGR SALE
FIRE  CLAY m FIRE
I Htth»lo«»s      -(o»s for cash.
All kluds o* M-i HiKVplHitorlnR
und       k»n,
Foote & PradoSini.
REVELSTOK
Cold Range LoUgo, K  of P,
No. 2b,  Revelstoko, B. C.
KTs ..Vi Bt  WKDNH i > *
except rami Wednesrtii)
Ka .    a:    • '
...     - ..vm J
tins feature the person lending birds |Day) wjll not be c.-l.-l,i;ito<l In Field,
:  a. He!
0. H   BR'UK   K
■*  r
it B. A 8
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
r. Hall
io
use, every second
we].
Meets   ii    1.0.0
Tapping's   I Ipera il
nth.
Visitiug    '    thi ■ ■■■     orUially
i    K.i    \i.km k Harte.
Rei   S      11. W, Edwards
, 15071
il   AMERICA
-
A
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L'ons Clerk.
was placed under Uie same penalty
ns the person showing tho birds. Por
sons layiug a complaint are to be
required to make a deposit .,( (20.00,
to he returned to them In caso thc
charge Is proven.
In the evening tbo visiting .1. ie
gates were tho guests of the Van
cottver Poultry Association at a Imn-
i;iiet at tlie Bismark Cure. At the
close ol the banquet the newly appointed directors met und made an
apportionment of the Government
grant to the dtSercnl associations,
which  will  hold  winter  showB.
lu  connection  with  the  Ri
Full    Pair tbe government    bat
ranged with Mr. Thomas W
ol Cadboro Bay Road to judge     the
Poultry exhibit.
our Inenl sportsmen are going to
(loldcn iii take part in tbe doings
there uur ladies also aro going to
play the Uoldon ladies at  basketball
uur public school re-opened "ii Mon
day. Aug. JMli. Miss Brown, of
Revelstoke,  is again in charge.
Mrs.   Hun    ol   Vancouver,   is  visit
ing relal ■. es and [rieuds in town.
The m.i: . Mr   and    Mrs,
11. Harris will learn    that
they are li '■■
■
P.H      t  Eholl
thai
Ior thi ibeir
*
The     Edison  Theati e will hi
•   ■ m.   night  next     week I
The performanci
mence     each     evening        - kg
sharp.     First  clasi   pi   irammes
Moving Pictures all Next Week
Pringle Stock Company
The    rringle Company    opened      a
three nights engagement at the Edison Tbcatn   on Mondny to a      lair
In,use.     Their     opening bill     " My
Sweetheart," a rural comedy-drama,
with a pretty little love story of   u
wealthy,    i ultured young Philadelphia^  Infatuation    for an  unsophisticated  country  girl.     He marries her
much against tho wishes of ins people,  I   •  soon  grows tired of her un-
tb   ways.      She,   realizing       this.
ii * ..ii..     i -.in   broken and leaves the
eltei    of hi    i oof, and under     an
med ininii- goes to college, where
. •■ years of     hard
stud.      *      uates     with honors.
II it       t"      his
■  i    and is   re-
■
Tbo . verly susti  ned
entire  performance.
Mr.  I .   r Carland,    be-
l       : i*      lull
Winthrop,"     a
.:     AllU'll Sl.'llll.l
alties      are
given l*.-T'*een '.be acts.
E.   G.    BURRID ,E
Tinsmlthing, Repairs,      ot  Air
Plpo and Furnace V, c rk
—WORX   8HOP—
ConnaujtHt Avo.   -   Revelstoke
Married
Zbc flftafU'lberalb
<&,    yi.      j
WEDNESDAY, AUG   31,   1910
(lie Poultry Association
A   ;. I.
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t nighl
.'
i,.
t made I
ling      It had
.'
■
Devine not lat
that    all
M
later   * .i.n,
t
i
'.,, ■
,
J.   J.  Di
,'. y. i. st
hibil .... i.*
*
ttend
lectloi    I exhibit m
.
a -.'   '■ :,'
Ql
Arrangi
the Ln.'',!! ■      ,    ■ •  menl   '.n    Mi
ven.
Movii
'urday at  the  ESdl
■
*   •
■   *     . *
K. Proi
I
■
Wood and Coal
For Sale
Life,   Accident and   Fire
Insurance.
Cily and Suburban Lots.
Residences.
Full particulars upon application to
W. B. Robertson
PHONE 73
To Trappers
R,aw Furs Benight
Uash Prices Paic
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exportnr ot Purs
a
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
B   gage Transferred and General Draying
f urniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office—Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phone 276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       Night can 71
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
*"1
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2 50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 00 to   4.75 for    2 : nd   2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to   5.00 for   2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3.50 to   5.00 for   2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 26 350 to   4.00 for      and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 27 3.50              for
12 3-piece Suits, 27 to 3$, $5 and $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon S Sutherland
rl I-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangc-m-Tnts have recmtly Ix-r-n completed under which the branches
of thii Bank art Aide to Issue Drafts on the principal points
tn tha following countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Creta
Den mart
EK7P«
Faroa UUtrfe
Formosa
PraiKa
Fr'ch C.x-tib»-Oitn*
German/
C.aat liiii«ia
l> -..,
'■*' ■   ti
icdaaJ
India
Ireland
hal;
Japan
Java
M.uk l..i,i»
Mexico
Norway
Persia
Phillipine Islands
Rou mania
HO   DLL*"   ra   l«SUIN«. 'ULL   PARTICULARS
Russia
Senria
Stam
South Africa
Straits Settl
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indies
and elsewhenj
ON   APPLICATION
•n
REVELSTOKE   ERANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MOR.
DON'T TELL ME!
'(l "■• "' it
ti. B. STONEX
Practic&lss
Machinist
Repali    *   *       11* ii * illy carried ui
' 'inn MnfV 1 specialty
.1 ■  .'Im-u on any cImm
nk.
r     onk      Street
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
:■
I know soap wen the  v ra| per'8 off.   I
I've been takin' in washing for  15 years.
I oughter know.
Jest tako it from me there ain't
nothin' will give yo' as much r'll -round
satisfaction as
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN  NONYMOUS.
Th* 'I'llriMi  n  ■'■) thfl   bottM   (ly  n •   pultlir
duty       / ■   <w 7  Arr,crir«n   StaU  iJuoi'l ol
trty   1   • • ' ruitdf «^»inM Iiim.
.   htl   ' . "'i'l   tl.r  f*. t  iliil
ri ly liul^n wiilj aiw4M produi ins
fttTH,   m«k'-i  bin     *.'  ''I tflfl  jTOfltfl rnriniri ol
.1, ffl"-.
!i thfl bo n«koe| in ol' loedfl will um
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
pentitenlly,  <l»i*  ptrll   would   ^   hfmrndouily
roducodi
FOR SAMs    W irehoui i Bnieltei
Tr.ick.    Apply KKi'Kt.STnm   BAWHIL1
CO
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF   A. DE FEO
Ur. lIl'NCt', SiTiMhl SlU'.'t
lVU*plion<!   202
11 riving been cmf'iffcd iw ihuhIc teacher
(isl yenp in Victoria Colleye nnd having
In ■ a obligeil lo i omv l>a< k lo Revelstoke
■ •ii mhri bunlncNH, I wish to otnrt in this
i1 j nn Ai fulcmy «•( Musii, fitting nttidcnti
I hei 1 cxnminntioiifl to the Conserva-
Ioi iei ol Kurope,
id 1 1 H  ami ( ONOI riONl
I,    1.. .s.nr. mil siaii on September  1,
\ilei thin date lessons   will  ^°  otl   ll',|M
tin  in-.1 io iln' loul dnj  ol   eai li  coimecn-
in.>tii ii  ilm Ing   i lie  \ i.i i,  excepting
1 lien ii \.ii .iiu'ii will be glven(
1 ho ' oui ic thnl will be taught con*
.rn,. timi' grndi ii and -it the end ol eai h
ft ,ni.' .i diplomn \^ ill !"■ given<
VII bo i. • w ill be given b) icflchar.
i     I'rospci live pupils are ndviicd nol
take ■ ' »e leas than n j oar.
6t—Hupil« wishing ii> discontinue tnual
h month m notice oi ■> Pull fee will ba
liargi d,
i.     Lesson i  nol ' «•> e\\ >i\   al   the   ap«
pointed time inn ' be Ioi feited,
7.    No lessons given on public holiday •<
y.    Publii    ] i i Ioi mam ea   will    be   m-
iged| bui "ii no acconnt  will pupils
pari   without (list ob«
talnifwptrmliiloti ol theirteacheri
y, -final examination'*  lUtl   middle uf
J-	
iKRM8:
Por two hours per week, $.S per month)
foi one hour per weck( $.1 per month)
I Ini mouy .nnl counterpotntp ono lesson,
$5per month, for two lessons per weekf
(10 pei month,
A tree   lesson will   bo  given  ;tll   puplll
once u month tor lho  vocal division  of
music lime.
PROF. A. DE FEO,
Box 157 Telephone 202.
Bush Fire Permits
SeliliTH on Dominion Landa can Ret
peatnlu bi the Provincial Police office,
Kevelitoke, or any ofthe Provincial l'iir
Wardens, provided they comply willi
Bectiom ! hihI 6 ol Chapter 84, Hush
Plrei Act.
J.   K.   MCl.KAN,
Divisional Warden,
WANTK1) AT ONCE—Buah lore-
man. thoroughly nc(|nainted with
1'iiililin); iiipl operating timlior nljutea
(dr)), Renn noei needed aeto former
experloooe, aiato wages. Good proi*
pcctH for steady, experienced man.
Apply Lumber Syndicate, Pentioton.
B.C. ' Pag* 7
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 31,  1910
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 3
look:      look      and     read:
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
ii
i.
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii
ii
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
1211).
28c.
1.16
it
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
H
13.00
ii      ii      ii
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
ti
ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
it
ii
5.20
Bed
5.3b
681b,
1.59
6.94
ii
ii
. 7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
H
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
ii
ii
16.50
We make our profit by (shipping in car load lots, thereby saving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
R. iioavson & co   -   revelstoke, b. c.
/f
1908 - Revelstoke Agricultural Society - 1910
THIRD   ANNUAL
FALL FAIR
Revelstoke, B. 0.
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 Secrelary.
^
ALEX.  McRAE,
President.
R. HOWSON,
Treasurer.
C.  M. FIELD,
Secretary.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience
Large .Sample Houuib.
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".   AIBEET     STONE      PROP.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
BBVBLSTOKB    IB.  O.
Advertise io the Mill fieri
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SIGNS
All kinds
Reasonable Trices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Hulipon Avenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenu
Fruit, Candiw, CiRarp,Tobacco.
Mealn 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
A SNAP—Five Roomed Houne and
Lot for sale with Kurnituro, no
reasonable oiler refused.—Apply to
A. Tevlu, Socond Utreot, east.
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
TAX  SALE NOTICE
Notice is hereby given tha, I shall sell at Public Auction on
Saturday the 3rd day of September, A.D.. 1910, at the City Hall,
Revelstoke, B. C, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or
improvements, or real property, as described, for unpaid delinquent
Municipal Taxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses due
thereon, unless in the meantime, the arrears of Municipal taxes,
special rates, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
Schedule hereunder, be sooner paid.
Dated at Revelstoke, this 30th day of July, A.D., 1910.
BRUCE   A.   LAWSON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revels'okc.
ASKKKKKIl  OWNER
Armstrong, Wtu (20acres)
Adair. E. E.... (02aeres)..
Hell, Miss A. M	
Ballatfarde. in.....'..'..'.'.'.'.'.
Beck, Hv. I)	
Barber, J. Guy	
Ciughlin, Mis. II. E  	
Doll, L. H.
I) iinopr, N.
Bison, Mm. \V	
Fraser, D.F.dinuse, -L'nvtld)
Fleming, W.(house CPU Id)
Fulton, James	
Graham, Waller,
flow ing, A. G. ...
Ginnndi, M. (shack, OPB Id)
Gulllcki Joe     ■'        "
Hansen. A. 0. (i	
Hamilton, William	
Hedstrora, (Ins	
18
II
12
11
32
1
2
3
7
5
4
14
li
8
1)
vilial
Henderson, P..
Hopgood, R. .1. (bouse).
Johnson, August	
ICein.ighan, John
2)
2(1
is
IU
■ ubl.H
30
an
7
LII
20
14
40
■10
1
1
add. I!
Delinquent
Taxes and
Interest to
Dec. 31, US.
Lane, Tiei tlm   	
Menotte, M	
Murton, James	
Miller, Mis. Esthei
MenottP, Clem (house)
McCarty, K.(houseat, old mill
Nicol; W. T	
Pool, Wm. H.
Porter, T. R. M,   .       .       .
Sumner, G. J.
Smith, Mrs. M. A.    .
Shardlow, Mis. L. J.    .
Skinner, T.(vilbilot 50,4 ac)
Bolloway, A If. E.
Sloncx, II. R.        .    '   .    '   .
Slaeey, Mrs. K. .        ,
Stalinist, Miss A.
Tinner, .Ino. A.    .
Vagan, K. (land s. of blk 11)
Vandal), P. estate
Willis, Francis E.
Woodrow, Jas. I.     .       ,
Woolsey, D (5 acres)
Wilkinson, Ed. (bouse)
Walsh, A. K. I).
Freeman, J.   M.  P.—Villa lot 10,
Sec. 27, Tp. 23 j
Haner, James—S.E.  'j   of Sec.  85,
Tp. 23, 100 acres  I
1
2
1
10
17
6 12
10
8
12
1
N-i Id
0
11
12
21
2
23
21
II
4
12
5
(I
17
17
17
56
60
30
12
A
27
6
0
Sec.27
17
2
Sec.27
26
20
22
II
41
41
28
3
56
41
41
15
5 1)4
23 31
7 70
20 73
30 ll
80 02
0 10
53 04
16 SI
5 13
7 77
13 14
0 72
1 14
22 77
37 04
20 72
XI 00
10 15
12 32
12 32
05
1 07
4 15
51 43
43 53
U 72
13 00
10 00
2 00
12 01
25 IK)
0 72
1!) 01
■13 10
12 00
1 77
2 SHI
7 77
5 18
7 08
I) 54
3 75
20 73
10 81
7 34
20 22
2 00
5 88
14 14
I) 74
21 28
27 51
45 20
11 01
10 81
5 17
1 78
102 45
I) 08
28 51
12 31
7 17
0 33
37 13
10 50
16 1)5
Statutory
Costs and
xpenses
2 2!)
3 16
2 38
3 0.1
3 52
3 52
2 32
4 87
2 81
2 35
2 38
2 1)0
2 48
2 07
3 13
3 88
3 03
3 08
2 07
2 (il
2 61
2 05
2 10
2 20
4 72
4 42
2 18
2 08
2 50
2 10
2 01
3 30
2 43
4 40
4 in
2 04
2 10
2 14
2 :i8
2 25
2 40
2 47
2 18
3 03
2 81
2 36
3 31
2 13
2 29
2 70
2 48
3 21
3 37
4 26
2 55
2 84
2 25
2 03
7 12
2 45
3 42
2 01
2 85
2 34
3 85
2 52
2 85
Tl )TA I.
AMOUNT
DUE
Westminster Wins
Vancouver, Aug. 29—By a score
of 4 to 3 the New Westminster lacrosse champions Saturday defeated
Vancouver for the eighth time in the
ten league games played to date. The
eleventh game will be played in
Vancouver on Labor Day, September
5th, when Tommy Burns, the fistic
heavyweight champion of the British
empire and an old lacrosse player
will be in the outside home for the
Vancouver team, President Con
Jones of Vancouver paying Tommy
J1UU0 for his services.
Tommy acted as goal umpire for
Vancouver in today's match in New
Westminster, which was a fair exhibition of lacrosse but with poor attendance owing to the threatening
rain. Vancouver  as  usual  opened
well but closed poorly, New Westminster not taking the game seriously until it became necessary after
half time with the score then 2 to 1
iu favor of Vancouver.
8 23
20 50
10 14
23 70
83 1)0
34 III
8 81
03 88
10 08
7 43
10 15
21 04
12 20
3 01
25 00
41 52
23 75
37 37
22 ii
14 04
14 03
2 70
3 77
0 85
50 15
63 00
12 20
10 28
12 50
4 10
15 58
20 20
12 20
54 45
52 50
15 60
3 87
5 10
10 15
7 43
10 38
12 01
0 03
23 70
10 (18
9 70
27 53
4 73
8 17
10 84
12 22
27 40
8-3 DI
iO 55
1 50
» 08
7 42
3 86
]U0 57
11 53
31 03
14 02
0 52
9 22
40 1.8
13 08
19 80
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
at the meeting of the lioaid of Licensing Commissioners for the City of
Revelstoke to lie held next after the
publication of this mil ice fm* a period
of thirty days, the undersigned will
apply to the said Hoard for permission
to transfer lo John C. Laughton and
Clayton Tapping, of Itevelstoke, the
retail liquor license now held by me in
respect of the inemises at, Revelstoke
known as the Windsor Hotel.
Gated Aug. 2l)tli, 1010.
11. J. IIaniii'ry.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Julia A. Simpson, of Arrowhead, occupation married woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands :
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-east corner of I,ol 8KKI,
thence west 40 chains, thence south 7
chains more or less to lake shore,
thence along lake shore to point ol
commencement.
Dated June 20ib. 11110,
ly 2 00d
JULIA A. SIMPSON.
Change ot Name
The August number of "The Athletic World," a new name for "Outdoor Canada" magazine, has Just
been received at this office. Bince
this publication was taken over by
W. J. Taylor, Limited, Woodstock,
Ont., each issue has shown a marked
improvement over its predecessor.
Its change of policy to that of a
national athletic periodical is this
month carried out both in name and
nature. Besides the change of title
the size has been increased and the
contents augmented. Judging bj
the August number, full aa it la ot
good, up-to-date reading pertaining
to things athletic, a conspicuous
place is assured "The Athletic
World" among the leading Canadian
national publications.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Etta MeCarter. of
Revelstoke, B.C., Spinster, intends to
apply fur permission to purchase the following described land:—
Commencing at a post planted on the
east bank of tbe Columbia River at the
North-west corner of Lot 8j0i, Group 1,
Kootenay District, and marked "Etta
McCarter's south-west corner post,"
thence east 4o chains; thence north 8o
chains; thence west 4O chains more or lesj
lo the east bank of the Columbia River,
thence south along the easl bank of the
Columbia River 80 chains more or less to
ibe point of commencement, containing
320 acres more or less.
ETTA McCARTER,
By her agent, Albert Forsland,
Dated 12th August, 19i0.       aug 17 2m
NOTICE.
Revelstoite I,and District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that John S. Barnum, of
Revelstoke, B. 0., occupation cruiser,
intends to apply for permicsion to
pui-eh.-i.se the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted on
the trail leading from McCullough
Creek to French Creek, about a quarter
of a mile distant and iu an easterly
direction from (ioldstieam marked
•J. S. Barnum's North-west Corner
I'ost; thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chaius; thence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains to the place of
commencement, containing 640 acre*
more or less.
John S. Barncm.
Dated August 2nd. 1910.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take nolice that Charles A. Barnum,
of Revelstoke, li. C, occupation.
cruiser, intends to apply for permission
10 purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the trail leading from McCullotigh
Creek to French Creek, about a quarttr
of a mile distant and in an easterly
direction from Coldstream, marked
"8, A. Barnum's North-Bait Corner";
thence south 80 chains: thence west
80 chains; thence north 80 chaius;
thence east 8U chains to point of com-
ii'eiieemen., containing 610 acres,
more or less.
Ciiaulkk AntcsT Barnum.
Dated August 2nd, 1910.
Sscnc (rum "The BurgomMtor," Tapping'1) Opera Houie, Friday, Bept. 2, Pi.rc 1
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B. C.
\VEr:?ESDAY,  AUGUST 31,  1910
DF It
ROI MINE REVIEWED
Col. Topping Tells Story ot Property Purchased tor Ten
Dollars - Whitaker Wright
Suicides.
(Mining Science.)
FIRST
Bourgeois    and
SALE
Morris  put
"Seen" in a trance ln 1884 by an
Itinerant clairvoyant, then at Col-
ville, Wnsh., and abandoned by pros
pectors alter six weeks work; discovered in lS'JU by a French Canadian trapper by the name of Joe
BourgeoiR, who drove the first stake;
located shortly afterwards by E. S.
Topping, deputy mining recorder of
the Nelson district, whose initial expenditure was $10; developed hy
former United States Senator Turner und Spokane associates, who
bought the property from
lur 130,000 and sold it to the British
American corporation, organized in
London by Whitaker Wright (or $•!,-
000,000, later acquired by the Le
Roi Mining Co., Ltd., since whicli
time it has yielded more than $41,-
000,000 in gold.
That in brief is tbe chronological
history ol the famous bonanza mine
called the Le Roi m tbe Rossland dis
trict of British Columbia, where diamond drillers in the employ of thc
operating company have found there
is no more pay ore in sight. The Inst
ore of good quality was mined at a
depth of 1750 leet. Meanwhile the
Eastern Star, the War Eagle and the
Le Roi No. 2 whicli should have been
included in the British acquisition,
continue to yield gold and copper in
profitable quantities.
There ure so ninny incidents In
connection with the discovery, location, development and sale of tho
property tbat it is out ol the question to mention more than n few
of thc most striking ones. One of
these deals wns the part the Le Roi
played in providing funds for employment in building operations (it n
time when hundreds of idle men did
not know where they would get tbe
next meal. Men who iu 1894 were
threatening suicide, in 1895 were regaling themselves with lobster and
cbnmpngne.     But that was not all.
By a logical train of circumstances
came the building of smelters, the
extension of copper mining operations nnd the construction of railroads, the development of other pro
perties nml the upbuilding ol Bpo-
kane's business nnd residence district. The tame of Rossland penetrated beyond the Rocky mountains,
aud to New York nnd Boston and
Toronto nnd Montreal nnd the fever
for speculation in the newly discovered mines in the province of British Columbia spread nil over the
continent and across the seas
one
stake ou a claim to the west of the
Centre Star—au itial post—and culled it the Louis. Bourgeois proposed to me that if I would pay for
recording the claims they had staked
he aud Morris would allow me to
stnkc the other. 1 of course accepted and paid Mr. Griffin, the recorder nt the time, the required sum of
$10 A few days later I visited the
camp nnd named the claim the Le
Roi and even then considered thut 1
had the best claim in the district.
Mr. Topping returnod to Nelson,
sidd his belongings and moved to the
mouth of Trail creek where he located 343 acres ot land, now the city of
Trail. Ills next move wus to su-
ctirc capital to develop the Le Roi.
He did not stop to i*.insider whether
the capital should be Canadian or
American. He simply reasoned that
Spokane wns the nearest city where
men with means could be induced to
back him.
After he had presented his proposition to the Spokane men, George
Forester, an attorney, then engaged
Topping jn „ trilll nt colville, showed the
samples of ore to Mr. Turner, Oliver
llurant, W. M. Ridpath and Alexander Tarbet, who bonded .10-30 of the
claim, agreeing to spend $301)0 in its
development and to pay Topping
$l(i,O00 by June, 1910. The remaining
14-30 interest was subsequently
bought by Mr. Ridpath who shared
it with Spokane residents. They
stuck to the mine during the most
discouraging period, They knew tbey
bad a good thing. They forced distrustful bankers to lend them money
nnd they did not throw up the
sponge when they found themselves
in debt, with no money ln the treasury and with no credit.
TWICE  DISCOVERED
The Le Roi wus discovered twice.
The prospectors who did the first
work did not mime it nor did they
locate their claim, abandoning it In
l5»4.      The story  goes thai
■.try  wus the  result  ul     id
given by a clairvoyant at Covle. The
party ol four including the Wi *
husband     and son  induced  the  clairvoyant to go into a trance and  give
them  instructions.  On  coming a
the trance the woman mud.   a   I
chart,  showing tbe trail  to  tbi
umbia river, thence ti ith of
Red creek and finally  to  Red  mountain.      "There."  she said,
mountain  of  gold."
The prospectors followed the
tn trucl
reai
it I      I nol
TOPPING   GETS  $30,000.
They encountered many difficulties
and embarrassments ln making thc
Le Roi mine. Several times they
were near the limit of their endurance but they weathered the storm
and thus they fully deserved the pros
perity which came to them. Mr. Topping sold them  t.he mine for  $30,000.
When Whitaker Wright hurst into
the financial world ol Nelson he introduced American methods. Although an Englishman he had spent
a good many years on this side of
lhe water and was "next" to all the
wrinkles of company promoting. After he had been iu London for some
time the Klondike boom enst the
glamour of its gold all over the
world. Wright formed the British
American corporation. One of Ins
main ideas was to operate largely in
the Yukon but to gel the large capital he required be had to have some
tiling more than mere Klondike pros
pecta to serve as bait In London,
Therefore    he determined to secure
the Le  Roi.       lie  oflered  M.	
lor it.     Most of the Spokane
holders ol the old corporation,    the
Le   Roi   Mining and      Smelting  com
pany were eagei   to sell al  I
it an active min
posed •
ed   all
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AMES
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It's the shoe for the man who hrs work to do -prospectors, hunters,
surveyors, etc. It is built of sol i leather, choice upper stock, pure
leather heel stiffener, solid leather heels and soles—both insoles and out-
soles, every stitch perfect —a workc :'s boot throughout.
Good leather is essential in a boot of this kind, and in this you can
rely on the A.ncs-Hoiden Lhoe ev .ry time. Yet we never held that
leather alone makes the shoe -thi 'e are slipshod, "no-good" shoes into
which good leather has been put, ind which may even fit perfectly, but
they lack the touch of the real w rkman. Thread and nails wont hold
a boot together and make it give perfect service-it must be bound together with integrity. The "unreen things" about a boot mur-t be
right these count for much in the service you get, end it 13 just because
ofthe hidden worth ofthe Anies-H >lden shoe because of the workmanship—tlie stitch en stitch attention to detail the inspection at every
step—that you g;t a bigger dollar's worth every time you insist upon
-the perfect shoe for men.
ing the Ames-Holden Shoe-
ARE MADE
FOR MEN  .Ik
m every 5 of
'fob $
*!AKE
<? A <*-
-LANDED
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AND
CHILDREN
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Who  vvas ready  to sentence him.
The l.e Roi now is iu the hands of
a London syndicate of which A. J.
McMillan, formerly agent in England
for the    Manitoba governemnt      is
managing director. When Mr. McMillan returned to Rossland from
Laid.*ii Beveral months ago, he announced that be had made financial
arrangements l * carry "ii a big plan
ind  development      In
ii ■  bad a width
■  at   the ninth level      nnd
■ .*. ranged from 30 to
during the early
was large
Cerliflcato of Improvements
CERTIFICATE  OF  REGISTRATION   and sailing     vessels, and to operato
.ciiid-
n
Report
amond  drills  has
*
Whital
is pay
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man ,mng
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OF  AN  EXTRA-PROVINCIAL
COMPANY.
Companies Act, Canada, Province ol
Uritish Columbia.
No.  IH, 1910.
1 HEREBY CERTIFY that the
"Empire Lumber Company" an Ex-
tra-Provlnclal Company, hus this
day been registered ns a Company
undcf the "Companies Act" to carry
out or ellcct all or any ol tho objects of tbc Company to which the
d.iya fr-i in date hereof, loappl. mil, legislative authority ol tho Lcglsln-
f,lnlnR ■>'•'""''■'   I  '   •' Ce.i;il,.,te ol  tl,re oI Brltl8h Oolumbla t.xteuds.
I'lipt   vein. 11  -,    Ioi*     lhe    pilp.-c   ill
b sii ingaOoiu, Grant of Ibuabovi I    n,° lleal1 ollico ot the Uompuny is
* aim. situate at Huron,  in thc County    of
nl furl her hike m-tlre that action, | Beadle,     in the     State     of   South
Dakota.
NOTICK
Snip     e.   Wi I  h       (1  Adeliim  (fine
tionall   lln.ei.i   < lain,   situate  in   tin
Trout L ko Mii ing Division    1  Wis
Kootenay Dis   let,
Winn, located:   On Surpiiiu Creek,
North link of Lu*'*> liver.
TAKE NOTK i: thai I, tf. It. N
Wiikn, acting a- .1 ent for William
A. Foote, I-'m-i. Miner's Ci-itiHcati I
Number 11 UM.30 1 .1 Uiv id Mornan,
Y .M.C., Nun,her li H-tUuH, Intend, eixl (
id', in
.1  ii.l   Seeli.  11  87,    'I   II    I    liH   li Hi 1111*  11,1 (
'*• '""    he i-.-naiii,.  ol nik li t eitillcat
.-I In,pi in enn nl*.
I al  <l ihi, 23. d iln 1 I' .lune,  A. I).
1010,
(I   I!. N. W11.n1 .
'I'l.ail   Lake, II. 0.
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ward their efforts.     Onlj
ore pal :  I .   the cost of getting
A"''r i' '  mi msfer      was
1 live .,r his  week 1    and
: frM  gold   '; *     *
out In      1   I   not even •
1
tLem samples of tbe ore lound     for
assa) ..'.,.■   p .rj/osee.
M.at followed m t.est told by 1 ol
E,  ri.    To;.ping,     who    Wa
ground     at     tho time.     Here  .
tati ment.
Joe .M-.rriH and Olive II,,1 lea . went.
Irom Nelson to tbe Lily May proper
ty,   located   by  the latter and  N
Hoovci   .11  IMS,  tn do some aaieai
ment  work  in  .lime.  1888,   with  them
b      Joe   II" *l I'e* li .,*•   t   WIIH
ti   look up a chance f**i trapping and
Incidentally   to  prOSpecl    While   Mor
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'lare.
An Immense mim of monev wan
.11 the Installation nf machli ■ ry and
of a imeltei   al
and  high     B
1 quoits of the ie*
W HK.l 11 I [CIDE
Riven with ' tha
British Ami 1 can eoi poral Ion  be
it. the Le Roi did not Ond     it.     nil
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rl   and     liordeau worked, Bourgeois    mnoth    ailing      The lam
tramped around and by accident he
(o ind the large croppingi     on   Red
mountain, at which Ih now the city
ol Rossland, He induced Morris to
:■■ ,.•.*,*[* and they located imn claim 1
tho War Eagle, Centra Star. Idaho
aud Virginia.
KoHHlnnd   bark
.'.'.li    in
the     Koot-fliaj
an 1 latei came     tha
Loud' 11   of   Wl Igbl   on
- 'nu re.1 connected   with  the tu 1 mints
nf one of io * mining companle      1 le
•van found   guilty  and commit
clde almost   lit.   the  feel,  ..I   I lie   1 idge
Railway lime labie
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ARUOWIII Mi BRANCH
1 ':'.     n    ■■   .
Moving I     lay ai al
urduy at the Edison Tbiatfl
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC,
il h  11 1 lug held hv the Uevelstoke  Dairy At-sor.iallon the follow
ing i'*-i iui Inn w  n u , ised
'I'b.1  the pul Id   I..- notified that 1 n
• 1    ! lie    III    il IV    of   S.-|.| >.||l 1.. 1*.
1910,   , nil  the  1 1  'I iv oi  M.,v. 1011,
the jn  t 11 ok vi ill o.1 one 1.> eiglil
* ' he ib ll 11   .'i lead uf  lo *lh
1 ■■ e.. min ni il
■   i.i 1'1   pi
* .' " Inter.
-   1.    .1 mil] nnrc
mil   j. . t   11
-   11.ii)
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I.      K .   II .11. I
/.  lill \  fl  I .,1 ,,,
11 nub 1; 11 Hinyil.
Qhanaoan Colleoc
Simniteil.iut1, B.C.
r.ouRsea for  lout 11
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in
ind  I
.1  fmib,
V.        t\ I.    I
Tlio head ollice of the Company in
this Provtnco is situate at Revelstoke, nnd Goorgo Smith MeCarter,
Barrister nt-lnw, whose address is
Revelstoke, aforesaid, i.i tlio attorney  for the Company.
Tho amount of the capital of the
Company is Five Million dollars,
divided into Fifty thousand rharcs
of inn- hundred dollars each. Thc
timo of tho cxlstonco of the Company is twenty live years from tho
l'.Uh day of May, A. 1)., l'JIO.
Tho Company is limited.
QIVEN under my hand und Seal   of
Ollico    at    Victoria,      Province  of
British  Columbia,  this  Eighth day I
of July, onu thousand nine hundred
and  ten.
J, P, McLEOD,
Ailing Registrar of Joint-      I
Htock Companies.
'rm* objects foi winch this company
has been established are:—
To mt uh tlmbermen,   saw     mill
Ii'i        ii|   u.iuij i'|iiin|   pm   sjn|,i|,ii|.)jd
and any of its branches; to buy and
ell  all kinds of timber, timber lands
I"1'h  and   Idinbei,   to   buy,   sell      and |
manufacture ail klnda of lumber and !
wood   work;  to maintain nnd operate '
lumber     yarda und  deal  In  all    mer- i
chandlae uaually sold m hiio.1i yards;
to  buy,  hi'II,  lease or mortgage      all
kiiulH  of  real  estate;      to  buy,    soli,
build, equip, operate and conitruet
private railways, highways, roads,
canals, sluices, flumes, waterways
ami streams, sltbet belonging to the
Company 01 t" others, foi tbe Com
pany's    uu, and to accept charters
•   "   Opera! Ion   ol   * ana*,    and    to
' 10 ,*e toll   (01  1 at tli en rendered to
others In the    operation ol     lame;
thai      i" buy, sell, build or     construct tugs, steamships, stoam lines
the same; to engnge in any and all
kinds of manufacturing, cither of
lumber or general wood work, and
for thnt purpose to buy, own, build,
erect, construct nnd operate saw
mills and other wood working mills;
to engage in logging and the towing
of logs either for itself or for others
to make, execute and except any contracts, leases, licenses, concessions,
grantB, privileges, or charters, to
assign nny of the foregoing or any
contracts relating to the foregoing
objects, and to receive and give in
Vnynicut therefor, cash, bonds or
other securities of this or any
other corporation, or property of
uny kind whatsoever; to own and op-
orate wholesale and retail stores for
the buying, Belling and dealing in
general merchandise; to own, acquire nnd soil any kind of personal
property; to own, and vote shares of
its own capital stock, and that of
other corporations, aud to voto any
shares of stock owned hy it; to Ibsuo
bonds, notes and other evidences of
indebtedness, and to secure the payment of the same by mortgage,
pledge, deed of trust, or otherwise;
to generate, distribute, sell, deal iu
und otherwise handle and diBposo of,
electric, steam, water or other heat,
light or power and to deal in appliances for the same; to borrow and
loan money; and In general to do
and perform such acts and things
und truiiKnct Hiich business iu connection with the foregoing objects,
not inconsistent witli law, in uny
of  tho  States,  Territories,   Districts,
or insular Possessions of tho United
States of America, tho 1'mvlnces and
Territories of tho Dominion of Canada, or in any othor part of tlio
world, with power to secure registration or license (rom nny government to do business ln any juriBdic-
tlon, ns thc Hoard of Directors may
deem to be to tho advantage of tho
corporation. Iw 4w.
WANTKI) TO RENT—Hmall Houso
partly furnished or unfurnished, —
Particulars   to H. P. T., Box 914.
WANTED— Young    lady  wishes  position   as stenographer, experienced.
Apply, Miss .lemcs, (121 Jervis    St.
Vancouver,
TO   LHT—Two Hultes of   Rooms.      A
Suite ol   Rooms for tailoring    or
dressmaking     department,— Apply
to B, Tappiug. WRTlNBIflTUV     AttCTTHT   11     in.
Pag* 7
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 31,  l'JIO
MAIL1IERALI)  REVELSTOKE
Page 5
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LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
Monday, Sept. 5, 1910
Mackenzie Avenue  Recreation  Grounds
JUNIOR LACROSSE GAME-High School vs. Public School, on
Mackenzie Avenue Grounds, 12 Silver Medals to the winning
Team.
The Afternoon Sports to Start Promptly at 1 p. m.
LIST OF SENIOR EVENTS
100 Yards Dash, 1, Silver Medal; 2 Silver Medal.
Shot Put, 1, Porcelain Clock; 2, Tobacco Jar.
High Jump, 1, Pair $5 Shoes; 2, Pipe.
120 Yards Low Hurdles, 1 Oak Inkstand; 2, Silver Shaving Brush
Running Broad Jump-1, Calabash Pipe; 2, Briar Pipe.
220 Yards Dash»l, Gold Medal; 2, Silver Medal-
Pole Vault-1, Oak Clock, 2, Silver Butter Knife.
Relay Race-Silver Cup and Four Medals for Winning Team.
880 Yards Dash-1, Gold Medal, 2, Silver Medal.
Five Mile Run--1, Cup and Silver Fob Chain, 2, Silver Fob Chain.
100 Yds. Hdicp. for CP.R. Machinists-1, Pipe, Pres. by R. Smythe
LIST OF JUNIOR EVENTS
100 yds. Dash, 1, Silver Medal; 2, Running Suit; 3, Camera.
220 yds. Dash, 1, Silver Medal; 2, Running Suit; 3, Camera.
Novelty Obstacle Race, 1, Coat Sweater; 2, Pair Running Shoes.
High Jump, 1, Coat Sweater; 2, Stick Pin.
75yds. Hurdle Race, 1 Gold filled medal; 2, Silver Medal.
Relay Race, 1 Four Silver Medals, 2 Four Bronze Medals.
All entries for above events close on Thursday, Sept. 1st at 8 p.m.    All entry forms to be addressed to the Secretary Labor Day Sports Committee, Y.M.C.A.   Senior entries 25c.   Junior 15c.
Apply at the Y M C.A. for entry forms.
Baseball—En Jerky vs. Revelstoke, \ p.m.
FIREMEN'S RACES, Mackenzie Avenue at 5:45 p.m.
Hub and Hub Race, Silver Cup and 11 Silver Medals
Wet Test Race, Silver Cup and 11 Silver Medals
Prizes to be on Exhibition in Roy Smythe's Window.
Dance in Opera House Commencing 9 p. m. sharp, Closing at 12 J k.
Revelstoke City Band in attendance at Sports and Dance
^
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IMMMMMM
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mt* VUfj I  E1ALD  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 31, 1910
CariBuian National Apple Show
The special committee organised by
the Boards of Trade of West Kootenay, to collect ami display a collection of apples for the above show,
in Vancouver on October 31st, 1910,
are desirous of enlisting the active
support of all fruit growers in the
district. Boxes ol the very choicest
fruit are required for the display, to
which every section ul West Kootenay is invited to contribute. All
fruit furnished for this display will
he marked with the name ol thc
section in which   it grow.
In oilier to encourage the small
growors the raanagemcnl will undertake tn inter and arrange plates and
boxes nf fruit for anyone wishing to
exhibit, n small charge will be made
for this work and for the cost of
transportation.
Everyone who wishes to enter any
at once notify .Mr. J. W. Cockle, of
of the competitions is requested to
Kaslo, who has been chosen by tho
organisation as manager, sending
detailed statement of what varities
are intended for competition with
the number of plates or boxes.
It is most desirable that the fullest representation should he made in
all sections, in order that visitors
may be able to sec the great perfection to which apples mature in
this district, and hy this means render the advertisement whieh the exhibition of our fruit will provide, of
the greatest benefit to the whole
community.
It is expected thnt, the Official
prize lists will be available lor dis-
srlbutlon in a few days, anyone wish
ing a copy should send their names
to Mr. Cockle nt once.
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke
R SALE
Cily property in arrears for taxes
lip to 81st Dec.', 1SMIS, will lie sold nt
I'ulilie Auction at the Oity Hall a1 2
o'clock p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3rd
proximo.
BRUOB A. LAWSON,
Jy.2<llm Collector.
Corporation of the City
of lievelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby giveu that
Wi J. Reweastle has been appointed
plumbing Inspector for tbc City of Revelstoke, All applications for sewer connections or Ioi* plumbing inspection must be
made at the Citv Hall.
Hv Order.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Cilv Clerk.
Grand Trunk Wreck
Durand, Mich., Aug. 29.— Three
separate investigations are lieing
belli here today into the Grand
Trunk western wreck here in whieh
twelve persons in a Pullman sleeper
of the Chicago-Montreal express met
death in a collision. The railroad
is conducting its own investigation,
while thc county and state each have
commissions at work.
The railroad is gathering testimony to refute the charge that it
hired incompetent men to man its
trains following thc recent Grand
Trunk strike. It is alleged that the
crews ol both trains involved in the
collision were strike-breakers retained after the strike was called od.
Chairman Glasgow ot the slate
railroad commission announced that
were it found true that the railroad
company employed Incompetent men
tbe Grand Trunk would be prosecuted. A coroner's inquest into the
deaths of the wreck victims will be
held next week. In the meantime
the coroner's deputies are endeavor
ing to collect evidence to throw light
on the cause of the accident.
Corporation of the City of_
Revelstoke "
The public are hereby  warned  llmt  no
sewer connection can lu* made or  plumb
ing installed until application   lor  permis
sion lor s.-uin* has been made and granted,
Hv  Order,
BRUC1J A. LAWSON,
Citv Clerk.
Dominion  Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
The date for the coining into force
of the new regulations has been
changed.   A new date will lie set lal el.
Until further notice no entries to be
granted in lhe New Westminster ilis
11 icl and east of Range i.'i, west of
Sixth mei idian inclusive,
P. 0. KBYES,
Secretary,
Ottawa, June SO, 1010.
EDISON
Theatre
To-Night
Aug. 31st
Pringle
Stock
Co.
In repertoire of the
latest corned j and
ilramatic -successes
NOTICE.
Itevelstoke 1. md District.
District ui Wist Kuotenay,
I Take u itice that I, K. MiUahrun of
I Arrowhead, Il.e., occupation Lumber
| man, inieud to apply for permission t>
' purchase the following described lands
j    Commencing at   a   posl  planted al
the  Noil Invest   cornel   of   1. il   B2UJ
j thence so . Ii on*, wests thence00 chuini
north to T.  I.. 11)070; thence 80 chains
easl along Ihe In I T.I.. LOOTS t'> iln
I Lake slime; llienqe along tin- Ul*,'
I shore to point of commencement, i'un*
| taming lour hundred ami eighty tu I Bl
more in less.
Eon m;i' Mi i' mii: \n.
Arrowhead, B.C., June 28th, 1010,
ih -M-Jui
" Tlie Young
Mrs. Wiiirop"
High Class Vaudeville
Between Acts
Reserved Seats,
/5c.
Ai Mai donald •* Umi.; Store
Admission, Adults, 50c. Children, 25c
NOTICE.
1 n ti '  :   liter     I sn ipplicatii •. I
tbe iwue ol  *i
Title to 1.. I-   -  * Ok 17. To.mi
, o! Rev. iti ke, M i] S3
.N   tici   :- ureby given   that h .-   .
intention I   itiue at the eipirtti
: one munib  »ft( -
* I ritle I menl iooed
the   nami        John E Taylor, which
Ci-rtificate   le May
1903, and numbered 2386A.
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north! thence 20 i
of  coinmem ement, containing  In all
I (X) acre    more
Dated this 18th day of J  ne
KlINKVI*   Rt>W Mil,   || u.i
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II  i    Hall, Agenl
UNION HOTEL
A RBO a ii K,\ii   ii i .
Special Attention given to commercial
men   and   toorliU.     First ilm*.*
room*. Plnnl scenery in British Oolnubia, overlooking Upper Arrow l.;tk".
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
FOil  HAI.K   One    Drown   Mare,   1560
pounds,      ninn    year.  Old,   In   foal,
|l7r,. One Day Mare, 1500 poiindi.
nine yearn old, $225.—Apply to A.
J.  McDonell, Hotel HevoUtoke.
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
YOUR
TING
AT HOME
We oMAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery. Our
stock gf   printing papers is large
and well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
oMenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
oAccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
J WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 31,  1910
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
Pag* 7
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 il you
are preserving. Call in
and see the assortment.
Pretty Hair Dressing
No matter how generous nature has heen
the prnvailing modes call for such quantities that it is necessary to have aids to
pretty hair dressing. We have Coils,
Braids, Switches, Turban , etc. New
lot of English and French Sanitary Il.iir
Goods on show these dayB.
Percale House Dresses
It needn't cost much to keep cool and
pleasantly 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 RuchingB
New Dutch Collars
New Eirly Fall Underwear
New Embroidery Linens
New Flannelettes
New Percales
Lion Brand Knick
le LION BRAND
KNICKERS.
nicKers
Have you tried them
on your boy? The
only Knicker on the
market wiih double
seats and knees. We
guarantee you that
they will out-last* any
pair of kuickers made
at the same price.
New Fall Patterns
just arrived and they
are good ones. Either
plain or bloomer and
we wish to say here
that fiese Bloomer
Kiikkem fit. Prices
per pair from
75c. to $1.50
Lion Brand Knickers
Fruit J
run juices
These hot days human nature craves for
something more refreshing than water.
Fruit Juices are the most appetizing beverage; besides, they are nourishing.
Freshly bottled Grape Juice, Lime Juice,
Pine Apple Juice, Raspberry Fruit Syrup,
Pine Apple Fruit Syrup, Lemon Fruit
Syrup, aud 10 other fruit syrups. Raspberry Vinegar.    Lemonade Powders.
Fruit J
ars
A car of Pickling Crocks, one, two, three
and five gallon. Also new sealers, pint,
quart and half-gallon. The demand ie
unprecedented for these containers this
year. Get yours before the assortments
are broken.
Teas and Coffees
Sunbeam Tea, our own blend, put up for
ub, branded 0. B. Hume & Co. You have
our guarantee as to quality. '10c. and 50c.
per lb., in 51b. packages    1.75, and   2.25.
Just now we bave a special tea at a
special price—3 lbs. for 11.
A special buy ] v.'. us in possession of a
quantity of exlr.i quality Mocha and
Java Coffee. We grind this or pulverize
it in our electric mill and we would
advise you to buy a lb. at 50c., or 51bs.
for |S 25.
House Furnishings
Lace Curtains and Curtain Goods
Just arrived an extra choice lot of the
very newest creations, in Lace and Fine
Net Curtains in AVhite, Ivory and Ecru,
choice Nets and Madras Muslin. Ask to
see the new Scrim 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 squares 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 have a full line of Iron Beds ranging
in price from $8 to $25. It will pay you
to examine these goods,
Health Brand Mattresses, all sizes in
four qualities. The best medium and
low priced mattress on the market.
Boys' Fall Clothing
Our Fall range of " Lion Brand" clothing
for Boys has just come lo hand. Those
who have had experience with this line
will not hesitate to Iry again, while those
who have never tried it will gain some
useful hints by just looking tbe range
over. This season's styles and clothes
are better than ever, and we have no
hesitation in saying that the line is the
best which has ever been shown in the city.
The College Suit
The most nobby little
fuit ever got up for
Boys' wear. It embodies all the famous
'Lion Brand" specialties of double seat,
double knees, and
double elbows. Two
pieces with bloomer
knickers and double-
breasted coats. Reinforced concave shoulders, everv seam fell,
with hair cloth and
canvas interliuings.
Neat gray and brown
etripee, with here and
there a showing of
bronze, are the new
things for this season.
S'cea 27 to 34.   Prices
The College Suit      „„ rn , rn „ tin
Lion Brand"   M"U »
tt
The Norfolk Suit
The suit which always look* well on tie
smaller chap. Comes in sizes from '24 to
30. It is made in the usual "Lion Brand"
manner: every seam felled and every
bit of linings and trimmings is of the best.
Neat gray and brown effects with a few
greens are predominant  for Fall.    Prices
$4,4.50, $5
The Standard Suit
A dressy, serviceable
little suit for school
wear. Three pieces, with
vest cut in the newest
models. Comes in neat
stripes, tweeds and
worsteds. Sizes 27 to
31.    l'rices
4.50, $5, 5.50, E.50
TShmd,
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the Btore on
the Ground Floor, is proving a
convenience. We have a fine
" Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ™* Arrowhead
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Orders I Set.d the children
to the Store ! Come yourself, or
bave our City Tiaveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large or too small for ub to
handle It pleases us to nee that
Customers get tbe beet of nitration.
I Page 8
THE MAIL-HERALD, EEVELSTORE BC
WRDNRRUAY,  AUGUST 31,  1010
Ladies" Cashmere Hose
Black Underskirts
, values at 25c. per pair.   'You can't
Special at 90 cents each. .lunt the Skirt
beat them in the city tor their wearing
for the early Fall weather.
New Ladies* Skirts
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
ffering a special linn of Skirts
Soft  and  Stiff Hats' in all the Latest
at reduce ! prices.
Bhapes.   Up-to-the-minute in style.
Fall and Winter Coats
New Tics, Negligee Shirts.
Fi r Ladies' and Misset'.   They include
ll ■ latest Btyles.
Fall Overcoats in Men's and Boys.
Knit Golf   Coats   and Sweaters
for   Women   and   Children,
Call parly and get best selection.   We
can supply you with nil 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.
REVEIME TO THE PACIFIC
Great Water Route Planned Through B. C, Washington and Oregon—Outline of Flan Laid
Before Premier Lanier at Nelson
Nelson, Aug. 29.—The necil of a
Columbia river improvement scheme
to facilitate navigation from the Pacific clean through the stateB of Oregon, Washington, and through the
Boundary anil Kootenay districts of
Uritish Columbia up to n point north
of Uevelstoke were brought to tho at
tentlon of Sir Wilfrid Laurier this
morning by a monster joint delegation of which the speakers were W .11.
Kurds, of Nelson, 11. 0.; 11. It. At
kins, of Kevelstoke; Uniteil stales
Senator Ohamberlln, of Portland,
tiie.; aud Capt. W. P. Gray, of fit
O, Wash.
i The government is urged to handle
thc Cnnadian side of r,he ficben.'j,
which  is  regarded  ns    com 'irativcW
Thc primary objects are to lower
the freight rates and to develop river
navigation. Premier Laurier Bald
that there were two ways to up
proach the project. One wns for the
United Htatcs to do its part and
Canada its part. The other wn)
for the two governments to co-jper
uto in a general scheme, which hn
preferred. lie regretted data hud
not been submitted regarding the
cost. Thc premier promised to lay
thc mntter before his colleagues and
Hinted that nny movement to develop transportation between the countries would always receive the tamest attention of his government.
He expressed warm' sympathy with
the scheme.
nexpensive     in   co-operation      with Sir Wilfrid further expressed      his
what Americans will do on the other appreciation  of  the  spirit  in    which
side  through central,  stntc  or    !*jcu. the two  delegations  had  come      to-
uthorities. gether.
the
tor
The
Win-
Band at tb(   R       I
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A syni pE turc given   by
H.  S. I  -•* ■■ ■'.!! appear in Satur-
.ssue.
:   Dr   l':. wn to-night in
Methodist  church.     No  charge
-rion.
i*.. - n      Theatre    I   night,
Pringle C     in ' young Mrs.
throp."
Mrs. Turnross has added a handsome new hack and light buggy to
her outfit at the livery stable.
The Kamloops city council has in
stalled a Gamewell fire alarm system similar to the one in this city.
Mr. i.'. P.. Gordon, inspector ol
factories I I British Columbia, was
in the city yesterday inspecting Inc-
I ries aud mills and buildings wherein machinery is used in manufacture.
* I   club       will
i. team t    Revel •.**.<* on Labor
Day.      The  Kevelstoke  eleven       will
play     here laur . n in tbc month.—
Kamloi |.- Stan
ey-General    McLean
has : years     In
office. Mr. J. P. McLeod will act
at present as thi de] ity In the
Attoi a '• office,
The a;. il meeting uf the
-    ietj       was
aday
V del       •    report  will be
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...raid.
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if yon wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent, it to be.
TEA   AM)   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON, BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important   items
in vour business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Re-opening of Schools
The public and high schools of the
ity re-opened on Monday for the
all term, with more than thc usual
number of changes on thc staft, occasioned by the appointment of
Messrs. Pollock and MacLaurin ns
nspectors.
Mr. R. 1). Coli'itts, formerly vice-
principal of the public school, has
been made principal of the public
school In place of Mr. Pollock, while
Mr. P, C. MacLaurin, of Belleville,
Out., has received the appointment
of principal of the high school. Miss
McKenzie is the new assistant tn thc
high school, while Mr. Hugh McDonald will be vice-principal of the
public school  stall.
The     arrangement   of    the  public
school stall will be ns follows:
Labor Day
Div
cipal.
Div,
Div,
Div,
Div
I.—Mr. R. D.    Oolpltts, prin-
II.—Mr. 11. McDonald
HI.—Miss McPhaleu.
IV.—Miss Burris.
V.—Miss Mcl'nllum.
Div. VI.—Miss Kinney.
Div.  VII.—Miss Hyatt.
Div.  VIII.—Miss Currie.
Div.   IX.—Miss      Katon
for  Miss  Neiley.
Div.   X.—Miss Paget.
Div.  XI.—Miss Christie.
In the high school temporary   arrangements are being made  to carry
on  the work until thc arrival of the
The committee in charge of the
Labor Day sports have completed
their work and Lhc programme can
be seen on another page of this issue
Tho first event of the day is thc
junior lacrosse match, High School
vs. I'ublic School, on McKenzie Ave.
grounds. Twelve silver medals for
the winning team. The afternoon
sports commence sharp nt one
o'clock nnd will include running,
jumping, pole vaulting, relay racing,
hurdle racing, etc., for which valuable prizes and medols are offered.
At four ojclock a baseball match
Bnderby vs. Kevelstoke. In the evening at 5:45 the firemens races will
take  place  on  McKenzie  Ave.
In the evening, commencing sharp
at 9 o'clock and concluding nt 12.30
there will be a dance in the Lpern
House. The  Uevelstoke City  Hand
will be in attendance both at the
grounds during the afternoon and at
the Opera House at night.
iieaili of miss barrel!
substitute
newly  appointed principal  Mr.  I
MacLaurin,  who cannot  get a
lease from bis present position
some time.
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Everybody at  tlie Rink to m- '
You'll not ke< u warm carrying
Ooursior's coal to the furnace. A
little m tbe fire will do it.
l'i i:--:.l.\ls. B - d U. S . i li     It    *
ii- -h •.- .■ i , io t,*i u (i  in.,   > cK a
Avenue.
young Mrs. Winthrop the social
drama al tin- Edison Theatre I"
i. .M   i'i  iln  Pringle Company.
.   -      ■ ive si lei ti J their
rcspectivi teams     I
match  on Laboi   Day,  aud  are get
1
11.  Cunningham  Morris  ha       I
in  a  visit  to  tbe  coast      and
While   in   the   lini' '
,.* of aviatt
% a number • I bl
plane and monoplam       ll
Uul,     be itati
macbl *•*•
time (or I
nun,, t give del
tly   thai   pari
the la.r attractli ii will have
D   will
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t'nion Steamship Co., of Sydney,
\ astral In an I Mrs. Jgckson, will
arrive in the city today to remain
for n few days as the guest Df Mr.
and  Mrs,  II.  C  y.
H.   H.   Atkins  was  in  Nelson
as the represi ntat
Revelstoke  of  the   Ri B
it I tl
Wilfrid La
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Opening M Hospital Wing
The Ladies  Hospital  Guild  will op-
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serve   refreshments   in   ibe  afternoon
from  1 to 6 o'clock, and in the even-
7 30 to  ' o'clock.    The City
attendance.        The
extensive prepare
arge attendance of those
tal   work. The
Ladles   Guild  have    undertaken flimine  of  the wards
in the
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The Burgomaster
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tiity    t nmal «ri    i   mprta ng " The
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the     prince ol fmmakcrs     Q
earing as Peter Bl  •
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SCHOOL BOOKS
High School Books
Public School Books
Exercise Scribblers
Bews' Drug Store
Ntit Hi.rne Block
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
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Mi.  an ;  Mrs.
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city  tl
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Mrs. H. S. i
, : :, ii,.*     i , i    week     from    a
month'   • rln I'ark
uu Monday evening Mii ne * G. and
A.  Blackherg     ga *
party i" a numbei ol then frier
Mi.    v..    A,  Moi i. ' en
ling a week at HI   i i     Mot
Bprlngs,    returned home on Monday
night.
H..v.   Ill     i li *.'.ii   ai lived ill   thi
this morning from the i on il, and la
■ui.1  ol  Rev, Mr.  Mclntyre    al
the Methodist parsonage.
J. W. Juckayii, tuunaifcr ol tbe
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Very seldom, if ever, has the Lar-
deau country been plunged into more
profound grief than it has been during the past few days, thc cause being the passing away of Lizzie Garrett. Growing up from iufa'-y to
beautiful womanhood in the community, she had endeared herself to
everyone with whom she came in
contact with.
She had been ailing for some months past, but during the past few
weeks had Improved to such an extent thut her family and friends
had sure hopes of her recovery. These
hopes, however, were shattered, tho
the hospital to- eai coming very suddenly on Wed-
The Guild will nesday lust, there being scarce time
to summon her father and mother
[rom tbe Silver Cup mine, where Mr.
Garrett is superintendent.
Tbe funeral took place Friday, the
26th inst., from the parents home in
Ferguson to Knslo, where the body
was interred. Tbe casket was literally a bed of flowers contributed hy
on owing friends. The Silver Cup
mine and all places of business in
Trout Lake and Ferguson were closed during the afternoon of the funeral, which was thc largest ever known
in the district. [lev, Henry Wilson,
of Trout Lake, conducted the ceremonies.
Universal sympathy is felt for Mr.
Mi ,. Garrett and family in
ei eavement
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To-night  (Wcdneaday) at s o'clock,
Di     i liown,  of Toronto,       will
,  moeting In the    Methodist
ch on "Tbo White   -lave" The Dr
■in   ,mill,,rily ,,ii Hns   subject.     All
n   is     given
address.        All
ally  invited,  nnd
'   I in 'bis quest-
* |      not      (all   to   hear  him.
arge.      The   ad-
II* ■ l.lll
j the   M
Bishop Oeiiourices Masons
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dei lared thai  Free limed at
. ,, i,.,n *.i  the i
i   mnl political author
i he unu i lage t,e     i *■
bishop    declared     thai    all  Maei
came equally undei  the opl icopal ban
..Mm, nlcated    and
Icnlod Christian burial
ih,, lekcepcre say  Courslor'a   coal
in tbe cleanest and hi »l foi cooking
RflVell toke   I i' I    Hand   ut   th     I Ink
to night at B o'clock.
TAPPING S OPERA HOUSE
ONE     MENRY    MUSICAL    NICHT
FRIDAY, SEPT. Si
IS IT POSSIBLE WHY THE IDEA
Pixiey 3c Lurtor's Musical Ma»torplcco
"The Bums
SO People
GUS   C.
WEINBURG
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8oat» on Sale ot MuCfJonald's D'Wg 8'oro
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Sweater
Coats
Thoro is no garment for out
door wear that is so popular
as tho Golf Coat. It is light
warm, and comfortable for
a cool day or evening. Out-
new line will be found to
bo one of the best. Made
of Baldwin's Rcchive wool,
sleeves, pockets and body
all knit in one piece. These
garments will keep their
shape and appearance until
worn out.
We have them in White, Grey, Navy and Cardinal
for Ladies and Girls.
D & A CORSETS
With the present style of garments it is impossible
to have a properly fitting dress unless the corset
is a style that is intended for the present style'c.
In fact the corset is the foundation of the dress.
In tho D & A Corset you
will find-tho very latest
stales and the maximum
of comfort at the minimum price.
We carry a very large
range of this celebrated
corset, in all sizes, for
all figures. If you have
not yet tried them, we
advise you to do so. We
guarantee every pair we
sell.
We would call particular
attention to our Abdominal Reducing Corset, for
stout figures. You will
find them just as ctfect-
ive and at a much lower
price than the many
higher priced ones.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and you sliniilil insist upon getting lhe ln'st. at. nil
t iim is--m't uur-. Our reputation for good bread is not
tbe result nfchanco. Our customers are satisfied that
ours jh tin' must BatlBfaotoiy bread they call liny.
Try ii and you will become a regular customer. Our
Gi-ocpi Ine aie also In keeping with uur bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Grocery  News
Japan Rice SB SPSS   Crab Apples SB&J5
smooth 4 lbs. for 25c      in according to variety por lh 	
 \ 3c nml 6c per Ih.
Rrnnmc nrn K«ttii»K away up Annloc Rflffutar shlpmenti of
DI UUU 13 in prtw Wo can Btul r\ppitJ5> lilting Apples Ponchos,
give you n koo:1 ono tor          50 Conts      Plums and Tomntono
McIntyre   &. Son
Orders Delivered.
Phone 93.
COAL   COAL   COAL
Besl Lump Coal for Sale, also Furnace
Coal.   Orders promptly attended to
S. G.  Robbins,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
PHONE   eo
Card ot Thanks
in,   Wi'  wish,  through your    Columns, tn I Iiii nl*   tin1 many friend! whn
assisted in. in mu recent bereave"
incut, ihu hearts, bowed with sorrow, are made lighter by the knowl-
idi'i* ni nnd appreciation ,d the
many acts ol kindness shown,
Y'.um sincerely,
Mr.  and  Mrs.  A. I', tiarrett.
Ferguson, 11. c, Aug. ti, l'Jio.
Moving pictures Friday and
urday at tbe KdUon Theatre.
Bat-
Moving Pictures
There will be a. lirst class programme ol moving pictures at tlio
Edison Tbeatrc tor thc week end.
See the programme for particulars.
Died
QARRBTT—At Ferguson, D. C,
un August 24th, 1910. Llzzio, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
P. Garrett, aged 19 ycarB.
Moving  pictures  Friday and
urday at tbe Edison Thoatro.
Bat-

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