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Array "Empire" Typewriter
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For ease of operation tint!
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60.
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
The ivxail-Herald
'bio Vfeiijng Cards
A^ECIALTY
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Tenor Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol 16-No. 77
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OOiOBJSR 1, 1910
82.50 Per Year
R.M.R. Smoker
Shooting Requisites
Loaded Shells Cartridge Belts
Shooting Coats  and Vests
All the very Latest Models in Rifles
— 351, 40l; Mauser, Remington,
Auto.   22-Calibre in all makes.
On Thursday evening F. company,
R.M.R,, gave one ot their popular
smokers, when members of the company with their friends assembled to
gether ami enjoyed an evening of
Bong, recitation and music. Col.
H^t. Donald was in Uie chair, assisted hy But. Garner, the committee in
charge consisting of corporals Leslie
and Allen, and Pte. Young and
Raskins, the latter are to he complimented upon the prompt manner in
whieh  the  refreshments were served.
Among the vocalists Mr. Frost,
wns exceptionally good In his Harry
Lauder representations. While the
"Admiral's Uroom" sanit Iiy Geo.
Hawker, who was in lino voice, was
n real treat. Thc Battle of Inkcr-
mnn was recited by H. Kdwnrds, after which he favored tbc assembly
with thc well known and laughable
song entitled "Lanigan's ball." Ho
also made a few remarks compliment
ini; the corps on their manner of
providing a most enjoyable evening.
During some of his remarks Mr.
Hawker referred to the excellent
shooting of thc company during the
past seacon, complimenting the riflemen upon tbe high average maintain
ed. In reply, thc clinirman thanked
i the speakers on behalf of the      com-
any, and hoped that in the near
future a provincial company shoot
might take place on the Revelstoke
range, an annual event of seneral
days duration. He stated that the
I local company were able to hold
their own against any company in
.British Columbia.
| Mr. Windliridge was tbe pianist for
the evening and furnished the guests
with several excellent selections.
The step dance given by 0. Jones,
should hnve specially mention, as it
was very cleverly done.
At a late hour the company all
joined hands nnd sany "Auld 'Lang
Syne" and departed to their respective homes.
CITV COUNCIL
The regular meeting of the city
council  wns held  last night.
Among the  principal  items of bus-
SineBB  were the  granting of $100   to
the two delegates from the Fire   Departments of the city  to attend tbe
I convention  of  tbe  11. C. Fire    Chiefs
| and    Firemen's  Association nt Cran-
I brook  on October  1-8 and  19, Messrs.
I Foote and Brock waited on the conn
cil explaining the benefits that would
I lie derived,     t'hief Abrahamson and
' Capt.   Brock are  the delegates.
|   A resolution wns passed   abandon-
I ing    the     water    record  on Brewery
I creek  and  a  stream cast      of      thc
lllecillewaet.
A petition largely signed hy tax
payers in Wnrd Three, below tho
Douglas street bill, was presented,
' protesting against the sewering ot
the western section of thc city, saying that thc expense was unwarranted and the work unnecessary, and
asking the council to defer the work
Indefinitely.
I A resolution was passed tbat $501)
be added by the city to the reward
offered by the Provincial government
for the convicSion of the murderers
of Frank  Julian.
In the matter of sewering thc went
ern section, H. N. Coursier refused
to allow the city to run thc outlet
pipe through his property to the
river.
A by-law was introduced and passed its three readings regulating the
erection of buildingB in the city and
establishing a   ire limit.
W. Newman, in a letter stated that
he would recommence work on the
power dam at an early date.
Minister Tours
Victoria, Oct. 1.—Hon. Thomas
Taylor, provincial minister of public
works, left today on an extensive
ollicial tour, which will complete his
survey of the Held of departmental
activities throughout the province.
His Intention is to visit the Slmilk-
amoen, Okanagan, Boundary and
Kootenay districts, being nhsent
from the capital for three weeks or
a month. A considerable part ol
the tour will  he mndc hy automobile
Britain Not Decadent
London, Sept. .10.—Mr. Blntcllford,
in an article in the Clarion, a Social
1st organ, apropos the nrmy manoeuvres, snys the Q. 0. R. brought
with them the conviction the mother
country was decadent nnd Englishmen hnd degenerated. The Rifles
were returning astounded with the
falsity of  this view.
Obituary
Customs Show Increase
The following is the stntemenl of
customs revenue collected for month
of September, llllfl, and for the half
year ending August 30th, 1910:
Revenue   Sept.,   1910    $14,451.(19
Revenue  Sept.,   1909       8.1C9.7C
No thine e labor
London, Sept. 30.—In reference to
the reported proposal to import
Chinese labor for the construction of
the Q. T. P., the Morning Post says
there should not be the slightest
chance of Canada trying again the
disastrous experiment of importing
Asiatic labor and points out the ben
etit of employing white navies.
L
Hardware Co. Lid
awrence Hardware
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfice—Toronto, Ontario.
I
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000 000.00
5.575,000.00
5 S30.000.00
5,boj, jOO.OO
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in'Canuda.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
D»poBits of $1 and upward, received, aud interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
■•^
The following announcement Is
from thc Daily Patriot, Charlotte-
town,  P.  K.  I., of Sept. 20th:
"Uy  tbc death of Miss Jemima Mc-
C'.ill,  which  occurred at 5:3(1    o'clock
ithis morning, after a brief  illness of
'only a few  days,    one    of the most
Christian and charitable ladies in the
province  has  gone  to  her       reward.
Miss Mcllill had  lieen  ill for only    a
few days licfore her death, but      the
accident to her nephew     Mr.    David
MeKinnon   bad  a serious  effect upon
her.     The late Miss   McCill was     a
daughter o:  the late Mr.    John   Mcllill and wns born here, and with one
exception,  namely    her sister      Mrs.
Donald  MeKinnon, Is the last    mem-
Iber of  that well  known  and    highly
esteemed family.     Miss McC.ill was a
life long member of St.  James Presbyterian  church,   Charlottetown    and
|was noted for her unceasing kindness
to the poor nnd acts of benevolence.
I She was  indeed a good    Samaritan,
!aud in  her  demise many  will miss a
cultured  Christian   companion      and
| others will  mourn for    a friend      in
time of need. Her sister with whom
|she resided, two nieces,    Miss    Alice
[MeKinnon  at  home and  Mrs.       Kil-
IPatrick, in  Revelstoke, B.  C,      and
three nephews.  Mr.  David MeKinnon,
Dr.  MeKinnon abroad,  and Cumming
R.   MeKinnon,   In    Revelstoke,       are
left to cherish her    memory. The
sympathy of all will be extended   to
them in their sorrow,"
Company legislation
Victoria, Sept. 30.—An exceptionally interesting issue in law is to
come before tbe supreme court at
Ottawa next Tuesday In tho form of
a reference from the Dominion government ns to the respective legislative powers of thc Dominion nnd the
several provinces in relation to the
incorporation of companies.
! In tbis matter all the provinces
are united in objecting tbat inasmuch ns many private individuals
arc concerned the mntter cannot be
properly presented hy tbe federal
authorities.
Increase  1910    ■$ 6,281.93
Half  year Sept. 30,  '10   $87,003.72
Half year  Sept.  30,  '09   55,81,2.18
Increase l'J'.O  $31,201. 54
Fire Fighting in August
Chief Fire Warden Gladwin reports
that in August the loss from fire
was smaller thnn in July, but thnt
the cost to the government for fire
protection wns greater. A total of
3,572 men wns employed at a cost
of $*tO,CG9.50. The government saved a vast amount of timber and other property, including eleven sawmills, and their cut of 17,000,000 ft.
of lumber and timber limits estimated to contain 2,500,000,000 feet of
standing timber, the fires numbered
325.
Face Potato Famine
Winnipeg, Sept. 30.—A potato famine is already in sight in Winnipeg,
iand there is a general shortage of
other vegetables Market gardeners
have not had such poor returns iu
, fifteen years. Potatoes are now quot
ed at 90 cents a bushel and thc
price is not likely to lie any lower
at retail. This is the season when
provident householders fill up their
cellars with the spuds for winter,
but little inducement is offered them
[this fail ns 75 cents per bushel fr
ten bushel lots is the utnost concession   the  farmers   will  make.
Heavy importations from the east
will lie necessary.
Now IS The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGG* AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool and
at the right temperature. Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.  Burns & Co.
Limited.
FALL  MILLINERY
A choice selection, Eastern Catalogue Styles. Trimmed
and Untrimmed.
Mrs.  A. G. Crick
TWO HOOKS EAST OY EDISON THEATRE
The Allen Players
A     theatrical     announcement     of
great  importance  is  the  fact      th.it
Miss  Verna Felton  and    the      Allen
i
Players will     appear at the.    Bdlson
Theatre for one week commencing en
Monday, Oct. 10th. The compnuy
now composes nineteen people, including a musical quartette, which
will render high class seleottons in
the stage. Their act const as of
Bolus nnd quartettes oil syljpboQii,
saxaphoiies and chimes, a.l thiy
have earned thc reputation ..f being
thc best musical aggregati >n In the
| west.
Mr. Allen has secured a r.pe.toiro
of plays, which is withoit doubt,
the best that has ever been Kilted
by any company that hns loured
this country. The report >'i'o in
eludes such well known successes as
"The Man from Mcxiei, ' " The
Three of us," "Sweet Nell of Old
Drury," Dad's Oirl," "House ol a
Thousand Candles," and ' Tbo
Defiance of DoriB." Tbe last mentioned piny was written especially f(.r
Miss Felton by Mr. Herbert Uasll-
tord, of San Jose, Cal. Mr, Daih-
ford is a very obi friend ol Mits
Fclton's and he has for MToral
years studied her stylo if 6CtWJ,
contemplating tbo production of a
play to suit her, and "Tho Dillu.co
ol Doris" is thc result of this careful study. Mr. Allen has Secured
the sole rights lor the production of
thc play this season, and it has, bo
fur, proved one of thc greatest suc-
ccMcg bl J»M ever had.
The Manxman To-night
The Frederic Clarke company arrived in tbc city this morning and
will open tonight in the Kdison Theatre. The company are first-class,
and Mr. Clarke is one of the best
known actors in the west today.
Thc doors will open tonight at
8:15 and the curtain will rise at 9
o'clock to give those who wish to
attend the theatre an opportunity to
mane their Saturday night purchases
before thc show starts.
Auto Through Crow
l.et.hbridgc, Alta., Sept. 30.— A
party from Cranbrook, B. C, aro
autoidg 'rum that city to Edmonton
To.lny they went through the Crow's
Nest Pass, being the first automobile to do so. The government has
recently built a good wagon road
through the pass.
Preference Blown I'p
London, Sept. 30.—Alexander Uro,
lord advocate, speaking at Glasgow,
said that tbe Western Cnnadlgn
farmers had blown colonial preference clean out of the water; that the
preference could not survive Sir Wilfrid I.nurier's tour in tho wcBt. Tho
acts of the Western farmers, although the results of the very plain
dictates of enlightened self Interest,
had damned  preference forever.
Cows Eat Dynamite
Stamford, Conn., Sept. 30.—William Olmstead, a Stamford dairyman, has lost four cows this week
from dynamite. Four others aro
recovering [rom an illness duo to
the same cause,
Bankers Cross Continent
Four hundred and titty bankers
from the Eastern an.l Southern states arc to join tlie New York State
Hankers' Association and cross the
continent in a single organized party
tbe occasion being the 3Cth Annual
Convention of the American llnnkers'
Association, which meets at Los
Angeles.
This notable gnthering ol distinguished financiers will have at their
disposal for almost one month, four
baggage cars, four bullet or gentleman's club cars, eight dining cars,
and twenty six compartment an.l
drawing room sleeping cars, four of
which will be observation cars and
known as ladies' club cars, and each
provided with a piano plnyer and a
range of records. In all there will
be 42 cars made up into two trains
of ten cars each anil two trains of
eleven cars each.
I To complete the circuit of 8136
miles, it will require just 232 powerful locomotives to move these trains
over the route ns scheduled, not
counting the mnny double benders to
,bc used in going over the mountains
jTo man these engines, a crew of IC4
men will bo required.
| Altogether 1629 railway employes
[will directly contribute their service
In tlie comfort nnd safety of the
hankers  while  they are en route.
Thc four trains will not. be numbered, but will lie cnlled the white
train, blue train, green trnln and
rod train.
I Tho trip is routed through eight
states and the most picturesque part
of tho Canadian Rockies, including
Uevelstoke, Hnnn", etc., and points In
Alberta and  Sntkntchewan.
Heaters
Wc arc 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
Bourne B
ourne tiros.
sssassssaseBBHBEGsasas
B
Suits and Overcoats
man
We
Our Store overflows with interest for the
who makes it a point to he well dressed. ..*.
have a magnificent display of the new styles
in Autumn Suits and Overcoats. There is a
cut, a swing, a fit. a set that is not surpassed hy
tailors of the most fashionable exclusiveness.
They are made of Imported Cheviots, worsteds
ami serges and are marked to sell quickly.
Prices Range from $ 12 to $30
SKB OCR CRAVENKTTB RAINCOATS POR «H>
McRae Mercantile Co., Limi
Tlie Home of Good Clothes.
ted
CHOICE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
We sell the choicest cuts of Lamb
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Lovers of Fine Poultry will appreciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Greatest Health Renort nu the Continent
N'.itur.il Hot Water, 124 Den-reel "I Heat
Natural II.-. W'.itcr ill Baths.    U| *•'. All Year
Rates from $ 12 to $ 1 5 Fer Week
Tho   cows ohewed
'-Tveral pounds of stick dynamite and
swallowed It. The explosive hnd
been plaecil in n feod hox behind lho
bnrn with a heavy utone on top ol
It lor a cover. Tho cows shoved oil
thc cover and devoured the dynamito 'wiser people now
An  Armenian priest with letters ot
recommendation (rum noted clergymen in Cnniidn, hns been cnnvnssinK
the eity this week for money (or his
people In Kurdistan, Asia Minor.
Whether his claims nre genuine Is
not known. This Incident reminds
one of the celebrated Dr. Dny, who
made himself so famous in n<?vel-
stoke some yenrs ago to the people's
cost.     Tho public arc sadder      but
Ice Cream * Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL  MIDNIGHT Page I
THE MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE BC
SATimilAY,  OCT.  1ST,    1910.
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REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
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Including pcit-age lo Kngland, t'nitvd States
Hnd Canada.
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ranee.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
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etch week to secure good display.
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tor must be accompanied by name of
writer, not necesaarily fo publication, but
■*.*• evidence of flood faith. Correspondence
•should be brief.
HAIMSY, McOAKTKK
AiND PINKHAM,
B>RH18rHB8, BOLIC1TOK8, KTC.
UUL  HANK  BUILlllNO   ltKVK.'
aiuaa. ti. v..
Money t-o loan. 	
Otlice*. -Kevelstoke, U.( .,   I runbrook, H t .
Uko. 3. MCCAKTKK
a. M.  flNKR-UU J. A. HAKVKV,
Kevelstoke, Cranbrook
■\VT1LL1AM 1. UKIliUd
B.urister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor for:—
Tub Canadian Bank ok Commerce,
Thk Molsons Hank, Etc.
F1KHT ST.,   ■   KEVKLSTOKK^B^O.
TjOBHUT SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
hngiueerlag
McKknzik Ave.ni. i:
boi ltxs, Rbvelbtokb
c. w. o w
Mountain  Viove Camp. No. JIB
Me»l*. Soeond aud   Fourth   Wednesday*,    in
tun mouth.iu Silklrk Hull,    Wsliius Woodmen Bordtalll invited m attend.
W   K. OSHOHSK, Con. Com.
JAS. Mll.MVUK, Clerk.
Kootonay Lodge, No. 15, A. F. & ». M.
y*<* 'the re-^ula,  iniiet-
^VjVJTP  -v       ln«s are belli liuhe
j/l **^5 ^S    a" cordially   wel-
i. T. POLLO' K. Mvstkr.
CHAS. J. AMAN. SECRBTABI
SELKlitK LODGE Y2. i.o, o. f.
Meet* every Tli'it.
day   evening   iu   Sel-
k kirk Hall «ts„'.n*l
(Visiting brsthreu are
cordially iuvit«d to attend.
B B.8QDABKBHIQQ8, N.O.    1. MATHIB ssc
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No. 26, Revelatoke, B. C.
I Meet* every Wednesday ei*
cept Third Wedne.day of each
montb, iu Hit Oildfell •«"- Hull
st 8 o'clock. VIsttlog Kuights
are cordially invited.
D  A.  McDONALU, 0. 0.
O. H. UBtX'ki   k. ot B. AS  and St. o'. F.
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, Lid.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND  ACTIDKNT  INSURANCE
Usually crying out thnt thoir congregational attendance is getting
less, and Unit tlie public is less
church goinK than it used to he.
From nil accounts those conditions
nre fnr worse in the United States.
Thc Deacons in a church in Missouri
havo put in a moving picture much
ine tn attract attendance. We wonder how long It will he belore we will
see 1111 announcement like the following: "(Jn Sunday morning next,
Deacon Jones will give n aliick wire
exhibition before the sermon," or,
"on Sunday next n sparring exhibit-
Ion will he given hy Deacons Smith
and Brown nt the back of the church
with rng time selections hy tlie
choir, etc."
A strong case for'the reform of the
High Schools and Collegiate institutes is being made through the
columns of the Canadian Courier,
where il is pointed out that, in order to keep hoys on thc farm, agricultural centres Bhould establish agricultural high schools, which will
train the farmers sons in the principles of farming. Almost all the
high schuuls of British Columbin at
present adopt a curriculum which
tends to drive young men into the
universities and the professions. Sim
ilarly, technical high st bonis should
replace the present institution in all
thc manufacturing towns. In brief,
u high school education should be n
help -to the great industries of thc
country, commercial, Industrial and
agricultural. it Bhould not confine
itself su closely tn ihe making of
teachers, doctors, lawyers and dent
ists. It. Bhould develop all thnt
there is in n youth, Without 'giving
him false ideas ns to the nobility of
Industrial mnl agricultural pursuits.
It should be practical as      well      ns
theoretical.
Liquor Act Applies
! Vancouver, Sept. 30.—Judge Mc-
hiues hns given an Important judgment in connection with the appeal
ut I Ieorge Wutsou nguinst the magistrate's convictions of the Atlantic
hotel fnr selling liquor during prohibited; hours. Mr. .I.A. Russell, conn
sel for appelant, raised the preliminary objection that the regulations of
the new Provincial Liquor Act did
imt apply in Vancouver, which was
governed by its own license laws.
Judge Mclniies decidetl that tbe act
did apply to the city, though the
city had power to go still further if
it wished. This disposes of thc
preliminary objection and the appeal
will have to he heard on the facts
later.
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meets in I. O. O. F, Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House, every second
and fourth Monday in month.
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
I'. R.. i'i.abknck Harts.
Rec.-Sec. H, \V. EDWARDS
pOLUMBU CAMP No. 15071,
MODERN  WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Meets   eery   Tuesda)    night   in
Odd Fellows Hall, 2nd   st., west.
Ali visiting neighbors are invited to attend
A. T. ANTHONY,       VV*. S. SLOAN,
Consul, t'i.Mk.
WAR Til Till': KNIFE.
The Provincial government, in a
letter to tlie Mayor nf the city, state
that tbey will have no stone unturned tn bring the murder or murderers nf Frank Julian tn justice.
They say that tin- notorious gang
must he eQterminated un.l will see
thnt everything is done t" break up
an  organization   which   is  a  met
jnot mily to Revelstoke, but the
country  ut  large.     The public      are
.unanimous In then* feeling th.it
people -liall imt  tie permitted to re
Imnln at large In their midst and
the Booner some definite plan ■! cam
paign against the     ra the
better for nil concerned.
Canada-Alaskan Boundary
Dawson, Sept. 30.—The Cannila-Al-
u-knn boundary survey work, whicli
has been in progress for years past,
is slowly  drawing tn a close, Al
ready the International linn between
British Columbia and the Alaska
side from Portland Canal to Mount
St. Klias has Imvii practically deter-
mlned, The boundary between the
Yukon territory nnd Alaska, from
st. Blias north, follows the Hist
meridian to the Arctic ocean, and
traverses fnr the greater part of its
I,nu miles n virgin country still unsettled nnd in sntne parts unapproachable. Thus the unbroken wil-
derness "(   snow and ice throughout
tlie  Mount   St. Klias ranges tins never
yel   I u crossed by man. nnd  fnr its
survey the use ..( un air iup is enn-
templated.
Tl it. i n.it :■.nnl  line north  "f  the
mountains and up t" tiie Porcupine
rivet lias been practically finished
tins Biimmei and only the surveying
to the Arctic • •<-• ..ti remains i" he done
Army Remounts
Zbc ADaiUlbcrato
BATURDAY,  OCT.  IBT,    1 110,
\; set Unrit?   who »aj ■ be li
hii ■■- '..:■ I org '  the
i'arty ol Canftda,"   writes 1    •> T i
paper  declaring that  s  i I
ian cannot  1* i>
latitat cannot  l# a believer In t
or God     li **iii be up I
led christian socialists '■■■   maki    an
tiplanat. in.
Dominion land survej
Instructed from Ottawa ti
1 inki.ui   for a townsbii
I graphically lor tbe ;
| lishing     an     army  !■
Station  in tms  *
it is understood that
government
at   ."in.*
'tween Bpences1  bridge   and      Kam
loops that  will    ■
raising     put      -
[.: thet      exi i"
ment  intend   t"  undertake a   ren
tation whi      I ;.•■■■   ■*. .'i  bra d
,   . mt '
work
tt is furt
-■     ■ •
-I animal '
ed at wort
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as    arc • :. •     lol    thi
scheme ol the Otta
dvertising Canada
In another column will   i*    (ound
the report from tha Inenl i istora
office for the revenue for tbe month
ol September, which shows n substantial increase over the nam''
month of last yenr. This month
closee tbe department's half year,
and the local office has every reasmi
to congratulate itself on the volume
i ! b islnesa dune, which is greutly
in eicess ol that ol 1909. The increase of $31,201.64 is a practical
demonstration dI the progress made
by the city and the Interim general
1) during the half year and goes to
(bow that trade and commerce arc
rapidly increasing. No better nr
surer evidence "f the "signn ol the
timeB" can be had than thiB.
There  If  something  wrong       when
the cbufches of the country are con-
Going to the West
,i 11 i
the pre enl rate nl In i ease annually
in the ei reage planted In *hent. In
tpe *< t in i i ..-in 11 vlll
a question "f developing the i
May route, the Fol t William route,
but nil these routes will t.e unci tn
then rapacity to handle the export
grain, at least during the tdg rush
in tbe fall."
1     In   thine   Words   J.   It     lll'idie,        < f
Calgary, a well known grain export
man, and a member nl the Bxport
'(Irani company of Calgary, predicted
the great future ol Vancouver ns a
grain port..
"We think the stuiiimn in imw
right to start working oil Huh W»»>t
cru outlet," suid Mr. Brodie.    'The
Coming Events
production ol wheat In Alberta is
sufficiently heavy to warrant ua in
looking for the cheapest outlet. Tbi
increase will be so large that the
export trade will develop very rap-
idly."
Oct. 1—"The Manxman," at Htlison
Theatre.
Oct. 6—Comedy, "Two Married Men"
Band and Orchestra, at the Edison Theatre.
Oct. 7-8—Moving Pictures, " Lieut.
Bhackleton'a Trip to tho South
Pole and lecture," Edison Theatre.
Oct. 10-11-12-13-14-15— Allen Players
in  repertoire  at  Edison Theatre.
Oct. 24-25-2ti-27-2S-2'J— The Jeanne
I RiiBsel Co. in repertoire at thc
Edison Theatre.
Oct. 81—Informal Dance, under auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary B. of
It. T,
Nov. 1-2—The Amateur Dramatic
Club in "Tlie New liny." Edison
Theatre.
Nov. ll—"Twelfth Night," Shakespeare's great sniiicdy, at the Edison Theatre.
Nov. 12—Ladies' Uoyal Welsh Choir,
25 Indies from CardilT, Wales.
Seats $1.60, $1.00 and 76c, at
Edison Theatre.
Nov. II—New England Play, "along
the Kennebec," llrnss Bnnd nnd
street parade.  Edison Theatre,
Nov. 21—JoHhunSimpkoiis nnd Ins
llrnss Hand.      Edison Theatre.
Dec. 6—Opera Singers In "Managing
Mildred," direction ol O.P, Walker.      Edison  Theatre.
Jan. I—The Merry Musicians, direct-
inn nf 0, P. Walker. Edison
Theatre.
Jan. 21—"Stubborn Cendcrella." In
the Opera House.
Feb. HI—The Lyceum Players and
Signor Romanllli, an Itnlinn
harpist, direction ol O.P, Walker
Edison Theatre.
Drastic Police Orders
The Kunsns City chief of police
has issued a rather drastic order as
follows: "Arrest on view any person throwing paper or other rubbish on tlie streets or in vacant lots
any person exenvating without a per
tuit.; nny person tacking or slicking
Cards or posters on sidewnlks, fences
poles or in other kuhlic places; any
person scattering handbills or cir-
ulars 00 sidewnlks, streets, porches,
yards or private premises or distributing them to passershy; all tenm-
sters who allow dirt or rubbish to
fall from their wagons. Patrolmen
are also instructed to notify nil own
ers or agents ol vacant property on
their beats that weed- must be cut
nt once ond all rubbish removed; to
notify owners of abutting property
thc street or sidewalk to remove the
where earth has washed down onto
same immediately; cause lhc immediate removal of manure piles which
may he iu the alleys."
|	
TAX SALE OF LANDS
For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
1 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,
1901), and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if not
sooner paid.
List Above mentioned
COBTB
NAM!',   ol*'   I'l'.KSON
Aksksski,
Shout Description of Pkopbhtv
Taxks
Rath
10 00
I.N'r'RKKT
(1 iii
ISXP'SKB
2 (K)
Tot ai.
llnllnril,Mrs Ii'igina
Lot 1 uiid house, Hlk. 1, Town of Arrowhead
27 45
40 20
D\ ties, V. ut d K	
" KlillK. Group 1, Kootenay District	
lo 80
RS
2 (X)
13 06
C111111i11gl1.ini, Ai lh.
" 448, Group 1,         "             '
(III Uo
III (Ml
21 115
12 90
2 IH)
2 00
1)3 20
Crease, I'M. A	
'• MISS,    '•    1,
15H IX)
Curtis, Thomas	
" 10H5,    "    1,
111 ll.)
3 20
3 06
2 00
28 15
Kcnns, llel'lielt ..
••:i2ni.   ••   1,
11) (11)
8 05
3 7(
2 (X)
2« 115
I'\iiu|iiiei', Mary A....
" HIST,    "   1,
128 (K)
182 00
821) 00
11 65
11 85
08 40
2 00
200
2 00
141 55
llilh tt, Will, tl   .
" 8180,   "   1,
145 85
I.iiidinnik, Clms. F.
" 7, Group 1,           "            "      	
31)1 00
M.liitoi-l). Harry	
South East  '4 Sec. 15: N. IC. '+ Sec. HI; N.W.
\ See. 11, Ti.. (I'l	
IHI IK)
805'
2 00
100 05
Robertson,Kathryn
Dot 8514, Group 1, Kootenay  District	
llll 1)0
12 05
2 00
178 i'5
.McLeoil, Norman P.
" K*.'il, Group 1, kootenay District	
lit) (X)
12 15
2 (XI
154 45
».
" SOU.",,        ••    1,             •             "
•22 8Q
121  IM)
1 70
11 25
2 (id
2 00
20 50
"
" Willi,        •'    1,
137 25
"
" KlloO.        "1,            "             "        ...
72 00
0 50
2 (XI
80 60
• "
South side of Lot 8148, Group 1, Koot. Diet.
1114 00
1) 35
2 HO
115 35
"
Lol 8177, Group 1, Kootenay District	
111 Oil
12 1)5
2 110
158 05
"
" H102,        "      1
HI) (X)
7 20
2 00
80 20
.'
" 8301,       "     1          "           "      	
HO (Ml
11) 20
2 15
1 70
2 00
2 (X)
40 15
• •
" 8S02,       "1          "            "
22 IX)
"
" 8503,       "     1
48 no
1) (ii)
1 30
85
2 (It)
2 (K)
54 30
"
" 8504,       "     1          "           "          	
12 35
"
" 8500,       "     1
72 (X)
0 60
2 00
80 50
" Soli,       '•     1          "            "      	
(tl (II)
5 75
2 00
71 75
"
" Wil«,       "1
7 20
(K)
2 (K)
1) 80
" nm,     ••    i       "        ••„*.   	
7(1 HO
4 (10
2 00
83 40
Revelstoke, B.C., Sept. 3kd, 1910.
E.   EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR,
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
Don'l mi a ' Tin- Manxman," one of
Hall Cone's masterpieces, nt tlie Edison
The tire to ninlil.
Photograph Chinese
Vancouver     Sept     30 — Hereafter
clinics.'    wii      leave
visit tlie;r homeland   mil    «fho   are
.'x.'nii't (rom thi
r-turn  « thm  n  year I   .*
!..i..     r *..   . 11 ::-,•-: ,
■   reg-
■
.'fleet
THE   CITY    OK    CAl.C.AltV.
Invest in B. C. limber
*.
*
*
*
*
SKAI.Kli TENDERS will lie re-
reived hy the Commissioners of the
City of Calgary, and addressed     to
ndersigned, marked,
TENDERS  Full BTRBBT RAILWAY
TIBS    AND    POLES,
the  -("■ ••nth  day ol November,
nt   IJ   ,.clock,   Noon,   [or    sup
• .   with  tie.-  nud    p..les
the  Muniei|'aI   Street
Uailwa'.
.ir- nnd specifications
may application    tn    the
• * : ■      Oity     of     Calirary;
mar'*-*       • . .•   covering    five      per
ie amount cf  the hid must
nr'. bander.
.r an*.-   tender     tint
*.    te.|
Calgary, septemi.ct iatto
I 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.
:>.    li. BPENCB,
Clerk,
I
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in    !.:'
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lit    ti •
tl
and there   s    nre  to
Inill.d    f"'
lectun
Heroic Brakeman
HwlII      C'lii'i*'
man James Cairns, o Hat,
was  killed   'ind.i   IHS  trelght        tnun
ben      ii'' ■•" • ||"1 IW* '"   I1"
a   passeiiK'1   Ham   Colliding   with   th''
irar   end   ol   Hn   [Wight   tnnn.    ■
*aS   ale.lit.    l(,    I'lll    t'"ll    nf    tin       lll'lll
line.      As  he   tinned   tlm  angle    Book
'..   et  the  air  brakes le   f'dl  h'lioiith
tin' >sr «nd was citmbcd to death,
,ATTON OF
.
■•in
il  Tunl.cr  I     •
• • ay Dlsti li t
•: ,•  tbe
.-
•     .■    Land    Ai I       "t
HOBBRT  \   HKNWi
■,  i  unntlss onst nt Lan ii
l.ai.  ••r./i,   B.C
td
Now !•:
■ •■ i.nnd District
District    f ffesi Kootenay
Tain tbat II   h   Robsrtson,
•J Revelstoke, occupation,  Insurance
Intends  m acpiy fnr  pertnls
slon tn pnrcbaaa tlm following     da
"lids
' ". i | potl planted   at
ii"* not Hi ci i • ornei "f Lot 1772,
running north 10 chains, tbenei • I
t" ehains, thence lontb in ehains,
thonce oasl tn ohalm t" ti"' i""iit
ol commencement.
wii.i.iam in,,vin ROBBRTBON
listed Sept. 6, 11110. 3.17 NIC
NOTICE TO CONTRACTOIIS
GLENHANK SCHOOL.
Scaled Tenders, superscribed "Tcn-
der fnr Qlenbank School," will be
received hy the Hon. the Minister of
Public Wnrks up to noon ol Friday,
Mm 14th ol October, 1U10, for tbe
erection and completion of a two-
i'".iii school building at Qlenbank,
i"'ar Nakusp, in the Slocan Electoral
District,
Plans, Specifications, Contract and
I .if Ti ii ler may  he seen on aad
aftei     the iHi.h day ot    September,
inu, nt th, offices "t ii. ll. Gardiner
Nakusp,     Secretary      to   the
i  Boat d;  tlm    Government at;-
..'  i H lo .mi Revelstoke;     and
I in*   lii'i'iu t nii'iit, nl      I'ulilie       Winks,
' II
Bach   proposal   must  he  acconipan
I'd  Uy an accepted  hank chetjue      or
nert I floats of    deposit   nn a chartered
bank nf Canada, made payable to tbc
Hon   the Minister "f Public   Works,
foi   the Hum  nf $900,  which shall    ho
forfeited if the party tendering     do-
■   'n .uiil   into contract      when
' idled   Upon   tn   do   SO,   "I    il   lie     fall
in complete the srork contracted fnr.
'lhe cheques oi certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned t., them upon the execu-
t mn nf th" contract.
Tenders win nm be • on ildered nn
made mii. .11 the forms supplied,
■ii'ii.d  with   the actual  slcnatiiro    of
ihe tenderer, nnd tnolosed in tbo en-
velopes furnished,
The   loWOSl   rn   nny    Other       tender
not necessarily accepted,
F. 0, GAMBLE,
Public Wnrks Engineer.
public Works Department, victoria
B. C Sej'tctnhor 15tb, WIO. td
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1866
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 BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVI 4GS
At all Branohes.
BANK   D EPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highoat current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Men's Fall Hats
We have just put in stock a lar^e assortment
of Stetson, Carter, Redmond, l'itt and
Headform Hats in stiffs and softs. To see
them is to liny 0102, that is why we want
you to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
tuffs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
■HI SATURDAY, OCT. 1ST.,  1910.
THE MAIL-HERALDREVELSTOKE, B C
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SATURDAY,  OCT.  1ST,    1910.
MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
v*g* *
TPHE 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. tf*?t
Th. a name Fit-Reform tells  MwJiJ^i
the whole story of better
value for the money. w
rnwwwii©irm
McKJNNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agents in Revelstoke.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C. L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  General Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,000,000   RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000
HLAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON, ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, EX.        NE W YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avcnida San Francisco, No. 50
In addition lo the offices named above the Bank has branches
In every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities)
and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United 5lates.
", It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
E LSTOKE   BRAVOH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MOR
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
Palace Restaurant
McKomio  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigara/Tobacco.
Meals 35 cente.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
CEMENT BLOCKS
M»nnr«nnir..l for til cianM nt bnlldlnft
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
For c In tn I nro* "r milli qfanllUei
nl. Ih* Iowa it   pf iCOK  fnr «'ii *l.
All kllidiof bnlldlng and i>'nntarltig
uatftftto
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
SIG-NSD
All kinds
Reasonable Prices
Painting and ";
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Robson Avenue
UNION HOTEL
ARKO*HKAD, B. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class 'sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
E.   Q.    BURRIDGEB
Tinsmi'htag  Repairs,  Hot  Air
Pip* and Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnauffht Avo.  -   Reveletoke
SN0WSH0ES
New Line
Stirrup Attached
S6.50
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B, C.
look:     look     and     read
Actual compnriBon of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Dining Table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
ii      it      ii
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostermore Mattress
Winnipeg price
50c.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.33
2.40
510
15.00
Weight   Freight   Total    Howson's Price delivered
01b.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b,
601b.
751b.
23c.
$3.53
3.87
28c.
3.52
3.76
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
73c.
$10.72
14.42
1.16
12.47
15.01
4.96
6 94
3.81
6.86
11
II
70c.
11
II
$9.60
11
II
14.40
II
11
1.20
II
II
13.00
tl
11
14.00
II
II
5.20
II
11
7.20
11
II
4.00
II
II
7.20
II
II
16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car load lotp, thereby paving freight rales. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this lint to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
R.   HOWSON  &  CO     -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
—wirra—nmT-nnrr-rw—im 1 ■ —————— ,—*,
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged ami Impioved.    First-Claps in every respect.    All modern conveiiiencei
Largo Sam lie Rooms.
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 $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBBET     STOISTB      PROP
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
E-BTBLSTOKE    lr*.   Ci.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Agents
ARAINYDAY
NEED NOT _.
INTERFERE WITH THE     (fc,£C\   \  \
ENJOYMENT OFY0UR0UTF"'
DOOR WORK OR SPORT
WEAR A
tCWEflis
SUCKER
Itu guaranteed to keep
you dry in the hardest
-storm.
Sou> ivtmrwMiRt
TOWER CANADIAN C0„ ltd.
TORONTO. CANADA
Enduring. I^|f
be c au-s'jB£'iait^
Pen^ Arrifcie %*
unshrinkable.-
Except0j|$jf*
value because ;;
-it '"doe-Sr+we}ftV*V;;'
a m a z in'glfy.J'
Real . comfdr±j k
' b'e.Ci*.U S' V ''{SrOi --v
knit that ihey
.reasons ihould make you •'
request^tbi^ bt%hdr andj;.
look, ifpr the; trademarteV
Haveyou tried -'Penman's
No. 95?   For the•children
as well as grown ups.
-VUNSKRlhsiABLEV^
Tr-<3dv.- fi^rk
Underwear & Hosiery
WAJSTED
WANTED—Apprentices for Dressmaking.     Apply this ciiilcii.
FOE SALE— Warehouse on Smelter
Track. Apply UEVELSTOKE SAWMILL
Co
FOR SALE—Just arrived two cars
of first class dry Fir Wood.— Revelstoke General Agencies.
WANTED—Boy Apprentice. Carroll
ft Co., Salmon Arm, Plumbers and
Tinsmiths.
Strawberry Plants   for sale. Ma*.
goon  best shipping berry, 100 per
11.50.    Apply next    week    to Leon
Coursler, Revelstoke, B. O.
WANTED—Lady Stenographer of
three years experience desires position. Address, Miss E. Clayton,
Box 223, Revclstoko,  B. O.
FOR SALE OR RENT—Ranch at
Clanwilliam. one new house and 10
acres    uf Ian ' Apply   to   Mrs.
Mary Palmer, ClanwilUum, B, 0.
TENDERS WANTED—To Clear Five
Acres of Land or more. For particulars npply Geo. Matheson, Begbie Ranch.
FOR SALE—278 acres facing Eagle
River, Sicamoiis, $30 per acre. For
terms apply to E. A. Harris, 1109
I   Langlcy, Victoria, B. O.
FOR SAI.E-A Washing Machine,
nearly new, $5.00. Apply Mrs. P.
Hooley, McKenzie Avenue. tc.
GARDENINO-AU kinds of Garden
Work done by practical gardener.
Lawn making a specialty. T Newell, Box 134 City.
FOR BALE—One dozen Inst yonr's
Plymouth Rook Chickens, nlso
young    Chickens. Apply    J.   L.
Stark, Revolstoke, B.  C. 3t.
FOR SALK-80 Acre Ranch, Stock
and Implements, about 15 acroB
under cultivation, well wooded nml
watered; priec $5,00(1. Apply on
premises,  four miles down      south
track road, Frank Veltn.       Bit lm
Scourge of the Country
Rome, Sept. 30.—One of the greatest and most mysterious murder trials ever held in Italy will open
shortly in the quaint mediaeval Vit-
erb, when three hundred members of
thc much-dreaded Camorra or Black
Hand, including some of thc prominent leaders in this body, will be
put on trial for the murder of Gcn-
naro Cuocolo and his wife in 1906.
The proceedings which nre expected
1 to last six months at least, are
likely to make thc world in general
understand that the celebrated Neapolitan Camorra Is no picturesque
fiction, but a terrible reality — an
open •■■•ore in the life of southern Italy.
I It la not known exactly how or
when the dread Camorra was started, but it is supposed to have lirst
taken form under thc Spanish viceroys in the middle of the sixteenth
century. Under the Bourbons it
was said to be also political in its
workings, but now, at any rate, it
in simply an association marvellously organized and covering like a
network vast portions of the southern provinces which controls and
tnxes trades, whether lawful or unlawful, and protects ils members
from  puniBhment for their crimes.
The Illark Haul 1ms now spread to
oil parts of thc world and its ellects
are far reaching.
Thc "Honorable Doclety," as the
Camorra calls itself, is divided into
corps, each ol which contains twenty
four member-, nnd forty "ight re
emits who are on probation, and
must prove their right to promotion
by cleverness in .rime, preferably by
murder, and who nre told off in
twos to help the regular members In
their work, nnd to keep watch over
them, the Plcottl, in their turn, are
assisted by honorary members, who,
themselves pay for the help and protection of thc society. There arc
only two ncting officials in the
Camorra—the head, who is thc most
important and most, dreaded person In the south of Italy, and tho
cashier, who reccivcR all the booty
of the members, and gives It to tho
head who divides It at his pleasure,
keeping the lion's share for h rase,f. Any member who fnilR to deliver up his gains is severely punished. Innumerable societies up
and down the country are affiliated
with the Camorra though they are
often unknown to each other, but
thoir members can recognize eneh
other by signs and passwords, and
nre bound to help eaeh other to evade punishment or to aid in a work
ol revenge,
Lacrosse Champions
The question of the destination   of
the Minto Cup for the ensuing season
was settled  last  Saturday afternoon,
when New Westminster,  world's      lacrosse champions, administered      detent to the Nationals of Montreal by
11 goals to 1.     The two games give
a total score for the Snlmon Bellies
of 28 goals to whieh the     Nationals
only responded with 4.
I   Fully  10,(100 people    wended    their
way to thc Royal City enclosure, the
Ileal   weather conditions  making    it
a  typical  day lor the -determination
of supremacy of the lacrosse     field.
Thc crowd,  taking the  former game
into consideration, expected  a great
encounter nnd  it can  bc      truthfully
stated  that despite thc almost phenomenal score recorded that the game
from a spectacular standpoint      waa
one of the best that has ever     been
played.      There  were  periods      when
it  appeared as if there  was        some
slackening, but, all things considered
it must be admitted that the terrific
pace at which play took place      and
I thc sweeping rushes that were   made
stamped     tho    encounter with      the
'standard of excel,ence.
It could not bc denied that the Sal
I mon Bellies -played with a vim rarely
■ exhibited in any held game. They
simply swept the board and rushed
'down the field, going pell mell for
the goal and sending the opposition
aside in true avalanche fashion. The
attempts to stop those wonderful
rushes were fruitless and it was no
uncommon sight to see the defence
of the Nationals bowled over like
ninepins. This, no doubt, aroused a
great deal of anger amongst tbe
Frenchmen and tho result was that
quite a number ui dirty tactics appeared in evidence. But thc referee
and the judge of play, who were, respectively, Matt Bar and Lionel
Yorkc, would countenance no such
behavior and the penalty bench was
bcarcely unoccupied in the last quarter.
Joe Lally, known throughout tbe
Dominion as tbe man chiefly responsible for thc fostering of the national
game, and who represents two eastern newspapers in connection with
the cup games, gives his opinion of
the Minto Cup games as follows:
"In thc first portion the Nationals
played well, but seemed to tire afterwards. The field did not follow up
as it should have done, while the
home brigade did not go into the
champion's goal with tbe energy
they should have. New Westminster
were clever in checking and after
they had got a respectable lead, the
Nationals appeared to think tbat all
chances were gone, and lost heart.
No exception could be taken to the
rulings uf the referee, which were
exceptionally fair and if all eastern
teams got the same treatment aa
was meted out that afternoon there
would be no cause for complaint.
The protection afforded the players
was all that could be desired. Towards the end there appeared to be
indications of players wanting to
'mix it up,' but the handling of tbe
game by Matt Bnrr and Lionel Yorke
prevented such arising."
Fire Alarm Boies
FIRE  BRIGADE NO.   TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner First street
and McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First street
and  Rokeby avenue,  post  office.
Box No. 16—Corner Second street
and Government Road and Opera
Hcuse.
Box  No.  17—Corner Third      struct
ai I   Campbell   avenue,   Globe    Lum-
L«r company.
Box No. 18—C.P.R. station.
Box No. 24—Corner Fifth street
and McKenzie avenue, Catholic
church.
|    Box  No.  25—Corner    Sixth     bt-ieet
and  Ortuu avenue,  W.  A.  Foote.
|   Box   No.   26—Corner  Fourth   street
and Townley street,    corner      south
track.
I   Box No. 28—Corner Second   strejt
nnd Hobson avenue,  Mrs. Baker.
Box  No.  34—Fire Hall  No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIHE  BRIGADE NO.  ONE.
Box  No. 44-Firo Hall No.  1.
Box No. 45—Front street w-at,
near C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
Douglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Wales streets, back of court bouse.
Box No. 48-Corner Third i.bd
Chas. streets, Cowan block.
bignal for practice—not less tnau
six (6) slow Btrokes.
Cno (1) indicates line broken or
firo out.
Signals are given thus: 2 strjkes,
interval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Box
24. No. of box will also be shown
on indicator at Firo Hall. Pegs i
THE MAIL HERALD. REVELSTOKE, B. C
SATVUDAY,  OCT. 1ST,    1010.
Prairie Fruit Market
Commls*»»r J. 0. Metcnllc reports a summary as follows of thc
fruit conditions on tho Prairies:
Although some quotations at thc
present tlms for Fall varieties from
American points would apparently
indicate low prices, tho general consensus of opinion on the part of jobbers generally arc that prices for
Fall and Winter varieties of apples
will not go low, quotations from
thc East for Ontario apples for No.
1 in barrels (which are very scarce )
are quoted -J3.50 to $3.75 with a
probable rise lo $4.00 In a very
short time, and when jobbers ask
for quotations from American points
prices are much higher than when
wired unsolicited. Pears and crabs
aie firm and in great demand. American prunes have been coming in
freely to these points, in peach
boxes, and although retail prices
were cut very close here, jobbers
hav? been paying f.o.b. American
shipping points for prunes in peneh
boxes,  50c.  and  55c.  per  case. I
would advise shippers holding to fair
prices of Fall and Winter stock, particularly Winter, nnd more especially
if stocks are not heavy, pack and
grade thoroughly. There is a dis-
posit on on the part of some shippers to mark grade too high, especially in marking fancy, forgetting
that Fancy is practically Perfection
on all pointB, quality, size, color,
and pack, and this applies to crnbs
as well as apples. Tne Dominion
Fruit Inspector has no power or
authority to re-mark grade on boxes
from what they arc marked by shippers, but he has power to erase the
grade if not in conformity with the
Act nnd Brand falsely marked. It
will be well for our growers nnd ship
pers to bear this in mind ami
raise the standard of their pack,
rather than lower, as we arc certainly establishing nn enviable reputation on B. C. fruit at the present
time all over these provinces, and
this reputation, if sustained nnd advanced on our fruit products will
certainly create nn increased demand
for them and command the highest
market prices. At the same time
our shippers must not forget thc
competition they have to meet from
the American Pacific coast, states
and thc efforts being put forth by
them to reduce the cost of product-
Ion in every way nnd tlicir earnest
endeavors to grow and raise the
standard of their fruit products by
thc latest and most-up-to-date methods.
(Signed) J. 0. METCALFE.
This  Oven Bakes Perfectly ^
....    ■.    •       ..„..!.    i.   ...    ,      v     .-.    .-.    ,1 I.l..
because it is evenly heated because it is thoroughly
heated, always. The' heat-flues, broad ami deep,
encircle the rutin' oven so that it bakes as well
at the top as at lho bottom, anil in the comers
as well us the centre. 'Ilie bottom is doubly BlifTcncd
so it can't warp and tilt pies The inner hody of lhe
Kootenay is thoroughly protected with asbestos the oven
walls can't burn through. Besides, the Kootenay oven is
thoroughly ventilated. No food can be tainted by funics or
steam. You gel perfect baking results. Ask the nearest
McClary agent to show you the many other advantages found
exclusively in a
Write lo ihe nearest McClary branch for booklet and detatbd
information,    It will show you why your range money will be
besl invested in a Kootenay.
• M?Clarys •
'."niton,    Toronto,    Montreal,    Winnipeu,    Vancouver,    St. Joun, N B.    Himiltoa,    Calgary
FOR SALE BY BOURNE BROS., REVELSTOKE
Provincial Police Tour
Victoria, B. t'., Sept. 2ft.— Mr.
Collin S. Campbell, tbc newly appointed Inspector of Provincial Police and Chief Inspector of biccnse.1
Premises, nuder the liquor act of
i'l", .s now iii Victoria preparing
(01 Ins lirst inspection tour in his
now and dual official capacity, in
the course of which every licensed
hotel and every provincial police office in the province will receive a
visit—a purely informal call, for
the Inspector will drop ;u enl
unannounced, aud prepared t" ac
cept and to Bote conditions as they
exist m tvoryday practice. The Chief
Inspector is at present familiarizing
himself with every essential piece
ol iuformatioi in respect to each
license and each license application,
he will revort any suggestions he
may ha ve to oiler as the llci
premises or premises proposed to be
licensed are in tSeir order visit.^i
li. nrlll ii advise I Department
as to the approximati ition in
each license cestre, in order that the
revised scale o( tec, may Ije arrung
e.l from  the lirst "( the new      year
. *.    • ;„;. ,   j.;• . •;,,. , hanged     re
', ..rementd ut the act in thn connection.
it .              anticipated that Irom
the  hrst    .f  1911,   considerably im*
1'   red  accommodations   In   the rurnl
British Columbia     »tii   be
* availing public, the
Dew   in ■> ll ration of   whicli
rests largely with Inspector <'amp-
demanding as the minimum
standard ol accommodation in order
that a liquor license may be held,
thnt the l.cen-^d premises Hhall Include
A barroom used only for the pur
Dose ol and aa a barroom.
A separate sitting room lot the
use of guests.
A dining room, aiso altogether
separata, npnrt from, and additional
to both  barroom  and  sitting room.
At least seven bedrooms, each with
a floor area of not less than one
hundred square feet (10x10 feet
square, and each properly, adequate
ly aud comfortably furnished for tho
imo of guests, to the satndartlon ol
the Inspector; as well as proper Are
protection*
Demonstration Orchards
i
Victoria, Sept. 27.—Preparations
aro advancing rapidly for the location of thc demonstration orchards
provided for by the appropriation of
$1(1,(Hut Included In the estimates of
inst session.
To the island two orchards arc allotted, the one to lie between Cowich
an and N'anainio, ana the other m
the Saanich Peninsula somewhere in
the vicinity of Victoria. Four orchards are nlloweu to the lower mnin-
lnnd. one probably in the Delta, one
in Ohllliwack and two m thc Dewd-
ncy ridj,T.
The second orchards district i- t"
comprise Bbuswap, Armstrong, Nlc-
, ola, Salmon Ann nnd IVnneys (Wal-
lachin), two orchards going to the
constituency ol Yale an.l two to that
of Kamloops. Blither time ,,r four
orchards  are   ;•:
atrial   district,   which  is  to  include
Vernon,  Kelowna,  Summerland,  Pen-
t ;et. .ii an.l  Keremeos.  Tne fourth
trict provides f.,r the Arrow district,
Kootenay nnl the Boundai
Hast   mil  Nortliea  •   i*.     '.T.ay.
It   is  expected   that      two
will   • the Slocan    dri
; givei I      r and
■ nay lake   • ' Mel-
r
*
'■ay.
Nl r'herr.   I     I :*.   :a       will
■
-
Kitsumkalum and
other at Lai
Re-Organizing Army
London,    ■   • ■
ike un   ac
"f
the lint mii army
tain,   is a '      ■
• '
Concluded        It   is  admitted   by       tl,.'
'ini'
manoeuvre s *  * nde i     a a fli
The   Express   calls .t
: ,*.-■      there   ■
Dattaliom    *
allies  in   the fearful  and
tangle.        !   ■
iv expressed contempt  lor the    B
Ish     generalship        rhe
whirb were to do the scouting Could
not ily. Had the ti '"!■ been en
eared   n real warfare   ■ army
like thnt  of Germany for
they  would have been annihilated   H
,, thi il opinion thai no mini
m dent. Britain save Kitchener enn
put tha finny on an sfli 11
*.n
Railway Time Table
The   following  is   the   new      summer
timetable    of tho    C. P.   Et.,    showing
. times  of  arrival    and   departure       of
train ut  Uevelstoke.
WESTBOUND
No. 1 arrives G;II5„ departs Gi'25 a.m.
No. 07 arrives '2.25 departs 3:*15 p.m.
1    Nof 6 arrives 1:55, departs 5:15 p.m.
EASTUOVM)
No. 2 arrives l'i.35 midnight, departs 12:45 midnight.
No. Oil arrives 11.30 a. m., depQrts
91:60 a. m.
No. 6 arrives 7:20, a.m., departs
7 40 a.m.
ARROWHEAD BRANCH
Leaves Revelstoke 7:40 a. m., ar-
; ives UewLtoke 4:30 p. m.
Mails Cose
The  mails  close  at  Uevelstoke    as
wa:
For eastern points—9 a. m.      and
p. m.
K r western points—4:25 p. m, and
45 p. m.
For southern points- 9 a. m.
'ity mail boxes are cleared week
('ays at 7 46 a m. anl :i 15 p. m.,
and   .Sundays at 3:15 p.  m.
URT NKKWKSv.   CAN    BR    CIRKTJ.
om inline) Time Drunkenness Cannot
It.* Cored Exploded.
re to snip
has 11 n-
r i . ■   t
man
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it is the Intention "i the f.   P. u
we lenln,  to enlarge  the   Lake  l.oiii.ie
chalet before nett season to »   cap
aclty of 2.'I0 loom*.       Huly addll	
al  rooms will  be  put In "'   'he  Banfl
hotel and also a swimming pom.
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X    I III  I     I i:l M     IM'   Is \(.l
* ' ill?   full
j tlculsrs,
I price, etc.. wll 1 1     n s.-.-it
* 'i package n. .            nentlonfng Mil*
paper.    Corresponden * Rncredly ron
lul. nihil.    Tho ll "*     * Ml
nfti n  * lired     vv, lo*  I.* lay     The  H 1
111 iri 1       ftl ii"   I *     ' ■  11. .*        IH     1."
1 hi Chambi ' ■■   lot 1 ui  street,  Toi m
to    Also for naie by C  it* Macdonald,
druggist,  Revslstoks. 1
Send Your Orders
To tbe undersigned for
Famous Gait Coal, Dry Cedar
and Hemlock
fire, Lite and Accident Insurance
Full particulars of Belect building
lots given upon application
W. B. Robertson
dent West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Ts Ar of Voice, Piano anil Organ
Pupil prep ire I for T oronto Conservatory
of Music.
Local Examinations.
Studio:   Second Street
COLA
COAL
SPECIAL REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$8.50
$7.50
Orders promptly filled
F. McCarty
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Land DiBtrlct.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that H. W. Crawford,
of G-errard, 11. C, occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase tho following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains from tlio south east corner
of Fullmcr's pre-emption, Lot 7*191,
tlienco west 40 chains along tho
south boundary of Lot 7491, thenco
Eoutli 20 chains, thenco east 40
hainB, thenco north 20 chains to
oint of commencement, containing
80 acres, moro or less.
Dated August 27th, 1910.
HECTOR W.  ORAWFOHU
Located by W. IS. Glenn, Agent.
NOTICE.
In the matter ol au Application
for tho issue of a Duplicate Ocrtiticate of Titlo to Lot 8, Hlock 4, boing part of Sections 27 and 34,
Township 23, Range 2, West of tbe
6th Meridian, Town of Rovelstoko,
B. C, Map C30.
Notico is hereby given tbat it Is
my intention to issuo at tho oxpira-
tion ol one month after the first
publication hereof a duplicate of tho
Oertilicato of Titlo to tho above
mentioned lot in the name of Revolstoke Land Company, Limited, which
certificate is dated the 9th day of
April, 1907, and numbered 6774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL R. ROE.
Land Registry Office, Nelson, B.O.,
September Uth,  1910. S17015
XAMINATION FOR INSPHOTOB
OF STEAM BOILER AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS for tbo posltl'
ot Inspector of Stenm Boilers an..
Machinery, under tho "Steam Boilers Inspection Act, 1910," will ho
held at the Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, commencing Novembor 7th,
1910. Application and instruction
forms can bo had on application to
tho undersigned, to whom tho formor
must ho returned correctly llllod in,
not later than October 34th, 1910.
Salary $130.00 per month, Incronsing
at tlio into ot *5.00 per month each
year to a maximum of $180.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
New Westminster, B. 0.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20. *~
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District ofWesl Kootenay.
Take notice that Kiia MeCarter, of
Revelstoke, B.C., Spinster, Intends lo
apply for permission lo purchase the lol"
lowing described land:* -
Commencing al a posl planted on lhe
east bank of the Columbia River si the
North-west corner of Lol 83O11 Croup 1,
Kootenay District, and marked "Etta
McCarter's south-west corner posi,"
thence easl -lo chainsi thence north Ho
.'hains; thence wesl 4O chains more or les*
to the easi bank nl lhe Columbia River
ihence south along the east bank of Ihe
Columbia Kivor 80 chains more or less to
lhe poini of commencement, containing
330 acres more or less.
ETTA McOARTER,
By her agent, Allien l-'orsland.
Hated I21I1 August, 1l»i0.       aug 17 im
Assignee's
AUCTION SALE
Acting under instructions (rom Thos.
II. Ingram, ol Vancouver, assignee ol
the S. II. Lawrence estate, I will sell by
public auction at
SALMON ARM, B. C.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910
At J p.m. at the premises
The real properly belonging to thc
said S. II. Lawrence estate, consisting ol
three lots situate on lite comer ol Hudson St. and Mi'Leo'l Ave., iu the town-
site of Salmon Aim. On this property
nre erected a residence ainl store building. H is a good revenue producing
proposition, under lease al present time.
Properly will be offered ill one or two
lots to suit bidders at time of sale.
Further   Information   as    to    terms,
rental, etc., may lie had on applying to
iln- undersigned.
Thus. II.  Ingram, Assignee.
Box -'51, Vancouver, B.C.
Sm.mon Arm Ki-ai.tv Co., Agents,
Salmon Arm, B. C.
J. Johnson. Auctioneer,
Salmon Arm, B. C.
Dominion Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
The date for the coming into force
of the new regulations has been
Changed,  A new date will be set later.
Until further notice no entries to bo
grunted in the New Westminster district nnd east of Range I'' weBt of
Sixth meridian inclusive.
P. G. KEYKS,
Si.
Ottawa, June SO, 11)10.
NOTICE.
Ohanaoan Colic ce
COURSES   FOR   I3IO-U
Preparatory . High School; Two
. • ii , L'niversit). Business, In-
' lading  Stem graph)   and Type-
I'l mo,   Vornl.
 f*.i  young
ii,. ii o.'i   -.ii;,.* women.
Well epuippi 1 ,", inini!uni.
.    *        ii     'I*
■ ii   ,i"l   lurthet  par
■  Pi on ipal
EVERETT    W   SAWYEIt
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF. A. DE FEO
Resideiice( Second Street
Telephone   202
Having been entfugod ;is music teacher
ast year in Victoria College ami h iving
been obliged lo come back to Kevelstoke
on other business, I wish to start in t In->
city an Academy oi Music, lilting Btudcnlfl
for iheir examinations \o Uie Conservatories oi Europe*
ui LRH  AM' CONDITIONS
1,- Les.soith wui start on September 1.
Alter lliis dale lessons will no on from
the first lo lhc last day o( each consecutive month during tlie year, excepting
July, when n vacation will be given*
2. -The coarse thai will be taught contains three gradcHi anil at the end of each
grade a diploma will lie given*
3.- All books will bu given by teacher.
4.- Prospective pupils are advised not
to lake a course less than a year.
5.—Pupils wishing to discontinue must
give a month's notice or a lull lee will be
charged.
0.—Lessons not received at the appointed lime must bu loil'eileil.
7.—No lessons given ou public holidays*
8.—Public performances will be en«
couraged, but on no account will pupils
be allowed (0 take part without lirsl obtaining" permission ot their teacher.
9.— Final examinations start middle i'l
June.
i KltMS :
For two boms per week, $5 per month;
for one hour  per   week,   $S   per   month;
I larmony ami   counterpoint) one  lesson
$5 per month, tor two lehsoits  per   week
$10 per month,
|     A free  lesson will   be  given   all   pupils
onceamonlh lor  the  vocal division   of
music time.
PROI-. A. DE FEO.
Box 157 Telephone 202.
Revelstoke Laiui DistriiJ
District of West Kootei
Notice is  hereby glvel (
after  date  hereof 1,   Kr
Hall, of  Hereford,   Knpl
tion atehiteet, intend   toi
t'hief Commissioner of 1/
mission lo purchase  Uu|
scribed lands:
Commencing  at i
the  south-west  corner!
ban is' pre-emption, Ual]
Kootenay   District,   It.(I
"Brnest  Edward  Hall'
post,1' thence-it) chains
lit) chains west; thence 2b1
thence 10 chains east; tin
northi thenoe 20 chain
of  commencement, con'
UK) acres more or less.
Daled this ISth day <il .lm,,]
Ernest Edward H.\q
aug LO-OOd H. 0. H.J
Prompt Settlement
HcvclHtuke, Ii. C, Aug. 18th.
H. U. Bobbins, Diq.,
Aki'hi  Columbia Firo
lmiii 11 j 11 ■ ■ ■  Co.,   Id' vi* In 11 ilie.
Jear Hir,—
1 hare to acknowledge with thanks
cheque of the Columbia Fire Ins.
Co., lor f'JOO.OO iu settlement ol my
claim Ior loss at Halmou Arm, and
thoroughly appreciate the manner ln
which this claim was settled
Yours truly,
8.  McMAHON.
d. mmn
JOBBING CARPENTER
*    l'i unptly
attended lo
Work  Shop
In l Imi i. ..r
Skating  Rink
FOH HALK.
PURNITURB) - 1 Hook Cnse, Oak,
glaHH (root, two drawers; 1 Hull
Top Desk; I Hull Rack, dark Oak; 1
,li"n Hi'ilKiimil. Apply for particulars by phone t<> .1. C Locke, at
lliilcar'H KaiKin'. 2t.
Clothes cleaned and prei-ted, ladies
or men's. Firxt cIiihh work Kuarun-
teed. Klist street, across from the
Y.M.C.A., Ah Hoy.
WANTKIJ * Experienced tiirl for
bouse work, at once. Apply at
Tucker-! Studio. tc.
NOTICK.
Revelatokr Land I>ih|iitt.
District oi West Kooieiuy,
Tako unlicu ihnl  I. II. Al Uahmn of
\it-owhrml, H.c, inuipaiiou Lumber*
nmn, intend to Uppl) forpet'lulSIIOIl to
puicliOkti the FolluwiOH diM rilitillitiuU;
Uouitneuclng at n pota planted at
thi' Northwest coruel of I.ot K21II,
thence80chains west) thence 00 chains
north toT, L. 10070; thence 80 chains ♦
east .'lion*.; the line ol 'i'.i.. IIH170 to lhe
Lake shurei Ihence along i'he laku
shore to poini of commencement, con«
talntng four hundred and eighty acre*
more or I.**;..
Edward aiiC'I
A i rowheiul, li. C, June 2H(i^
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land IM.stiict.
District of Weil Kootenay,
Take notice that Charles a. Barnum,
of Revelatoke, 11. ('., occupation,
orutaer, intends to apply for pel niimion
to purchase the following detoribtd
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the trail leading from McCuIIoiikIi
Creek to French Creek, about a quartet
of a mile distant and in an easterly
direction from Coldstream, marked
•vs. A. Huhiiuu'h North-Bast Corner")
thence south HO chains; theuce west
80 cIiiiIiik; thence north 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, oontaining tno seres,
more or less,
ClIAIII.KS At'UI'RT Ha II MM.
Dated August 2nd, lulu.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke IjuhI District,
District of West Kootenay,
Take nolice that John B, Harniini, of
Itevelstoke, li. ('.. occupation ciuisii,
Intends ta apply foi permission to
purchase the following described lands)
Commencing at a post pin nice! on
the trail leading froin McCulloiigli
Creek lo FrenchCreek. almut a quintet-
of a mile distant and in an easterly
direction from Coldstream uiaiked
'■J. 8. liarniim's North-west Coiner
Post] thence south 80 chains; thence
east 80 chains; thence ninth 80 chaius;
thence west 80 chains to the place of
coinineiicemetit containing (U0 acroB
more or lesB.
John H. Hahm'm.
Daled August 2nd. 11*10.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Hepairs of sil kinds ne        carried 04
Bicycle and (Inn work siqieclalty
Estimales given on sny class
of work.
Front    Street, SATURDAY,  OCT.  1ST.,  1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
at
/.*//
*««•«
Ai
i
The Elevator is in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage of it to
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
iOi
I
Da
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
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
Mm;
ew
mery
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 hack of the store on
the Ground Floo.-, 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.
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 eoru'ertible 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 Fur P'elts.
See our up-to-date shapes
in Black Stiff Hats
$2.50 to 3.50
Curt
urtains
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 ««<* Arrowhead
Wo are giving our Special
attention to Freeh Fruita.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
ami nee the assortment.
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.
2 J lb. and 51b. cans. Wholesale and retail. Get our prices
then you will get our goods.
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Orders ! Sei.d the children
to the Store I Come yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large or too small for ub to
handle. It pleases ua to see that
Customers get the beet oi attention.
mmm
M      I I Pace I
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
RATimnAY,  OCT.  1ST,    1910.
=arr?
New Fall Underwear
Is
Ladies' Natural Woo! Vests and Drawers
at Sj.oo per Suit.
Children's   Natural    Wool   Vests   and
Drawers.
Ladies' Ribbed Underwear at 75c   per
Suit,
Children's Ribbed Underwear at 60c.
per suit.
Bought direct from the  manufacturer
quality thc   best   all   garmen s are
warranted unshrinkable.
Our stock o( Men's and Boys' Underwear is complete. Men's All Wool
Suits al $1.75 per Suit.
Ladies' Hosiery
Twenty-live do/en Black Cashmere Hose
at 25 Cents per pair.
Per Pair 25c.
Millinery
New goods coming to hand b)1 express.
Our display comprises the Latest
Eastern styles.
See Our Window
REID (& YOUNG
\ an
Mrs.
Mis.
route
Hunk uiul now of Edmonton,
visitor in tlio city.
Mr. nml Mrs. Wllloughby, ol
cotivcr, stopped ovor to visit
Wllloughby'B parents Mr, and
Herman McKinnoy,     while en
tn Winnipeg, whore thoy will take up
tbolr residence,
Tlu' marriage ol Winnie 14. Mhc-
donald nnd Mr. Lovl Probyu, both
ut this oily, was solemnized nt tlio
Pro Cathedral at Calgary mi Wednesday last, Sept. 58th, Mr. and
Mrs, I'l'iihyn will reside In Revelstoke, The Mail-Herald joins ln
congratulations to the happy couple.
Mr. nml Mrs. Jaok Hume, whoso
wedding took place recently at tho
Vincent MothodiBt church, Bpokano,
nro expected back In Revelstoke nl
an early dale. Mrs. Hume, nee
Miss Chamberlain, hns a large clr
ele nf [Hands here whn wish the newly married couvlo nil bahplnoss in
whieh the Mail Herald joins.
I
Bank of Englr :;d Rate
London, Sept. 8(1,—The directors
nf lhe Bank ol England, nt thoir rog
ular session yesterday, raised tbc
discount rate Irom :i per cent, to 4
per cent. This move, wns expected
hut bus come a littlu sooner than
wns generally anticipated, owing to
the recent advance of tho bunk rate
nt Berlin, and the rise that took
place yestorday  In markot discounts.
The principal reasons for the advance nre the outflow of gold lo Bg-
ypt and Turkey, the prospective tn.
ilian demand and the (act that the
eoiilincut is steadily absorbing the
weekly arrivals of gold.
After Supper Sale, lllo. 39
Knit  BALE—Six  ltooincd  house      on
Third  street, oust, with  nil  modern
i veliienccs;     nlso     liilelieu   range,
heater  and  linoleums.  —Apply  this
Oflloe.
Born
DAVIS—At Itevelstoke, H. ('., on
Sept. 29th, 1910, to Mr. and Mrs.
0.  P.  Davis,  a daughter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Book your seats early for " Thc
Manxman" tonight.
Wc regret to learn that Wally
i'lark Is Buffering from an attack of
typhoid fever at Nelson.
We arc pleased to sec that P. 0.
Ainslic has recovered from his recent
attack of typhoid fever.
nne cl the liticst and most per-
feactly staged dramas of the present
day "The Manxman" will he seen
tonight at the Edison Theatre.
The Canada Gazette un.'ioti.icos the
siiinmonin**,' ol the Dominion I'u.'l.'a-
mont on November 5th, with i. |.rob-
able opening on November  nth.
A handsome little black Shetland
pony arrived iu the city yesterday
tor Master Mundy McRae, irom Major  Walker's  pony  ranch,  c'alga'y.
Tuere can be no appeal from a
police court conviction when u e'.s-
peiuied sentence is executed accord
ing     to a recent      ruling  ot      Jtidr;e
Mclnnes.
The Annual Convention      "•'      Ihe
Alberta and Eastern Ir.t'.ei r.l.n,
h.a Press Association \< 11 l,e l.ei'l
t:..**. year at Lethbridge ou Tl.ii'Bday
and Friday, October '20 n id -!
The  Provincial government 1ms  is
circulars  all  over   the    i ountry
ing a reward of     JluiHi f.r      information   that   will   lead       to       lhc
arrest and conviction ,.f the murder
.:?   of tin-  late Frank   Julian.
wiieu the  new  Hotel   Vancouver  is
mpleted thi   CP.R. state   thai    il
( il he the lai gest  and  linos!   lu the
-.:e  Bystem "f  the company.        It
, ,** nta *   '■• " rooms and equ
furnished  regardless  of expen *
Italian    Renais
the  new  mam  wing  mil    he    18
-   :eys  high.
Tbe  CP.R. are  Issuing  the    usual
inte  tickets from  all   pi ints    to
the annua. New   Westminster      Fair,
on October 4, 5, i.  7,   8,       The      reran   ft   in   Itevelstoke    will      be
.  tickets  can  DOW   he      ot>-
ta.ue I at the local    Blcea till     tbe
late      being
■ ..
No      :.*     '*    ll '■      ii '!"'
.■•• «; : nam   *. !...-:.t   at   lh>'
■ The  Manxma
■. . les V. "PT c     Clarke
' aines
*
■   . ■ •
l
•    at *   .
       IB
tO iters,      to    be
•   : . •   * " '•'
Bee sl ill who
an
, :   u . *   dele*
gataa at thi  i   nvent Ion,
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON, BAKER & GROCER
Insurance
Is one of the most import'
ant items in your busin: ss
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look  after this  branch   of
the business for you.
Kootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
A NCri" wanted for tbefl at Sic
union*-- was arrested here by Wil
un.l description  this week, ns be  wns
trying  to  get  away  on  i a  tbound
train.
\i the mill "f the Adams I: vei
Lumber Co., at I 'hase, one day th -
week 238.000 feet of inch lumber was
cut,  ihis  being  15,   feet   over    the
Inchest   previous  run.
Before     Judge     Walker
morning     at    V, nni ■ _•.    R.   i'
wards, edil Eye-i
bim by the Lon
March.
Daj   V * ai i ■■ lasl
INFINITE VARIETY
in •*     lines ol * -li.
v., :*.   .  ill kin la  at  .i  wide
' II ihe stand'
.,i.i. makes ol  Talcumi,   I 'old
Creams    i ompli lion   prepai
stlons,    Toilet    Waters    I'd
fumi I     the hair,
Manii un-   Supplii        Rubber
'..*.*■!*'        '*'      rgel    i    "i*t-
ment in the
Bews Drug Store
Ni 'I   ►!"" >    Block
(in   Mon.lay  evi a
lirst  class  exhibit oi
play ''Villi  games and  races  wil
held.       All
attend this  fall
Auxiliary  will  Berve  refreshn
To those  who
Krci'T c  Clarke and  bis    * mpan
Manxman'    toni|
Theatre,  it ha
•   -;:.* performs
Thii   wl *.*,*.
■:** i i unit (   •
•     *.**'
mei cea.
( liairman     Mahei
i ommisaion   at a recent  - tting     at
■'
er of Justice nl    Ot
to appoint conn k
ibllc     in   *
invest Igation  Inti
of et erj   tele trai
thi   i
hefore   the   CommlRHlnP Pill       ■     ■    I
I [ation   w 111  Involve  the (.' " n      (•
N    It .    (.real      Vol th   Wi
graph     companies and    innlle    10m
panics
The  regular monthly   meel n •      of
'  .    Ichool  Bnai I wa      eld
mornintr. 'inly    routine      bus    *
wns transacted       An nrdei
led for the purchase nf new furniture
from    the    Woodstock     Lumbei   und
Manufacturing     Co.,   foi    the     new
ichool Thn     work  on  the     new
school on fHxth ntreet waa reported
as progressing In n intlstactory man
ner. Mr. J. M Pateraon of T
to, will enter on hia dui lea aa n * I
anl in the high school on Monday,
and Miss Hobbs, who haa been n i
listing pro tern, will give tip ber
work on that dato. Mr. McLaurln,
the new principal "I the Inch I In ol
will be here in a month or two.
The   Vancouvel   World  says  editor
iallj     "Police    M * ■ Urate   Campbell
•   St.   Catharines  has  hen  speaking
'    :   referi i ee  to  the  practice     of
i  et  *      ler li afin - and the use    of
*   on    the    part      of
.ih" infest   the    ornera  in that
The pracl ce of using  profane
an.l
known      in
itford       l •
■
'  all     right
alter::; ts at
*   *
ers a King thi
■ bom      hanir
*
'
-
*
irveillance      Mucl
*
•   i.   i
'  i-'
Julian The
*
es a
Ity.
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
i: i
■.I*
from an
\ rt hur    ' ah
Churches
1 Methodist church services.— r.llh
Anniversary ol lhe Bpworth League
on Sunday.     n a.m.,  Rov.      II.  1'*
.Thorpe will preach, subject, "Tho
(loud Fight." A quurtotto will bo
Bttng by four members of the junior
choir.      7::iu   p.m.,   llu    members  ol
ihe League w ill give a ton minute.
address each. Special music will he
rendered as follows;—Solo, Mrs.
Bquarebriggs; duet, Messrs. Paul
and Solus Samson, and an anthem
by tbc choir. 2::iu p. in., liiindny
school and Bible classes. Tuesday
evening at 6:15 tho nieiiihers of the
Quarterly Hoard are invited to tea
in the church parlor. Tuesday at
s p.m. 11 his week I Kpworth League.
Wednesday at 8 p.m., Prayer Meet*
ine;. Tbc public are cordially invited  to these services.
! St. Peter's Anglican, Rev. •'. A.
Procunler, M. A., rector, r.Hh Sun-
dny after Trinity. S a.m., Holy
Communion;  11 a. m.„    Matins     and
' Holy  Communion;  7::iu p.m.,    Kvcn-
' song;  2:30  p.m.,  Sunday  school.
Business Locals
Hell and  Chili   peppers at  Mnc's.
Pierced  llrnss work—all patterns —
nt Macdonald's drug store.
Fine large clear ripe bananas, per
dozen 50c,  at  Mclutyre's.
House nnd garden  bulbs now      on
sale nt Hews' drug store.
Dandy Pastry Hour,  per 2r> lh.
$1,011 at Mclutyre's.
New stocks of Frlssco  to lit
cases—at Uev.fi'  drug store.
I    Prescriptions carefully  tilled      and
promptly  delivered  nt     Macdonald's
drug store.
I   Fresh     rubber    stock—Hot    Water
Bottles nnd  Fountain Syringes   - at
Bows' Drug Store.
Horse blankets,  watcsprool covers,
lap robes,  whips,  harness, at Bourne
Bros.
■Vnother shipment   of  I.owncys best
lutes        JUSt        opened        up        at
.Macdonald's  drill,'  store.
Peaches, grapes, oranges,
swoel potatoes, citrons and
melons,  at  Bourne  Bros.
When  in  Vancouver,  dine
Orpheum Cafe,   840     Pender   Street,
vest. A    lirst class  well    cooked,
tour course meal   for  25c. -it.
Remingtom,   Empire,  Oliver,  Smith
Premier,      Underwood   and   various
thei   Mpewnttcr  ribbons — nlwnys
■   Mar I'lialil's drug  -tore.
Now     ie  tin* time  to leave      your
'or      magazines and journals
:'..r   tlie   winter  months,  you  can    L'et
Miss Edith Wrigiey
Soi'TII  KlCN8IN(VrON,  KNO.
Ari M.ister's Cert llic ite
[s prepai eil tn receive
pupils for drawing and
painting.
Por particulars nppl) to
MISS EDITH WRIGLEY
Care Mrs. Haggen
TO-NIGHT
Hall  Caine's
Touring Success
ff
The
bag
all
M
with
FREDERIC CLARKE
and ;i Metropolitan cast
Edison Theatre
Sat., Oct. let
Reserved SoalH$1.    Admission 75-1
t'hll.'i. II .ill,'.
Seats on Sale nl f. R. McDonald'!
Dlllg   More
lemons,
wnter-
at      the
:  them at  Macdonald's
drug
I
Still Doing Business
Headquarters for Bulbs.
Two tons just arrived.
Also a full line of seeds,
ornamental stock, fertilizers, Bee supplies,
spray pumps, implements and all garden
requisites.
M. J. HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
R. McDoUGALL,   -   Manager.
[lave vou seen our window to-day? II you will know what
a splendid line of bargains we are offering for our "After
Supper Sale" to-night. We have never offered better
values at any previous Sale, and the stock is all new,
seasonable ami lirsl-cluss in every respect. We expect a
crowd, and you will find il will pay you lo come early.
These prices rule from 7 p.ill. till closing.
Shoe Snaps
About 73 pairs of Etmpress and Vassal Shoes, In black,
chocolate aud on blood. All sizes from 2J to 7- The regit-
lur prices are stamped on the soles, from J8.50 to 94.50,
Price to-night $2.50 a pair.
Drawn Linens
A beautiful lot of Hand Drawn Linens iu different sizes,
[or lunch cloths, etc. We have never shown a prettier lot,
and thev arc K"i"g at a bargain. Half Regular Prices
to-night,
Dress Goods
A fiiif lot Buituble for school dresses, Goods that will
well, look well and are warm. Sonic sold as hi^h as $1.50.
They are going to-night ttt 45c. per yard.
Ladies' Belts
If you   want a pretty,   serviceable  belt, vou   want   to get
some o( these.    All kinds nlul colors at 25 Cents Each.
Sweater Coats
Something good and serviceable f«>r the cool weather* They
come in grej and tan, art' easily worth $3.50, hut we an*
si'ilitnj llu in to night at $2.00 Each.
mz&
wtaa/L
FOR        C   O   Q   D        GOODS.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good Bread
—and you should insist upon getting the hest at. all
times—gel our*. One reputation for good breitd is not
the result nf chance. Out customers are satisfied that
outH is the most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and you will become a regular eustotner. Our
(irocet ies aie also in keeping wit It our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
'
11
■
Dr    .1     \    Bl   -
*•
■
T.   hi.   I,.  Taylor,   * •'
11mr  in  the city old
acquaintances.
I..   1 !-(■■,.  r>f   It'll '  t.i
!h' 1 ell     of    tin*    I'm
linnk  of Commerce
j    Fred  Urijiihart   loft  this  week      to
take up n medical course in  Mi i lill
University,   Montreal.
]   O, W. Uridgos, formerly accottnl nnl
In  the local  branch  ul  tho  Imperial
Return   of
MISS VERNA  FELTON
and
The Allen Players
and Saturday  Matinee
1 "n mencing
Monday, Oct. 10th
,;   a    New   Comedy-
Drama, entitled:
"The Defiance of Doris"
Written .1   a Felton
by Mr. Hei bt 11 Kashford,  and secured by Mr.  Allen  for exclusive
id "il id ion dui ing i Ids Beason,
Prices,   -  25c, 50c, 75c
Seats on Sale al Macdonald's Drug Store
VViilni'siliiv, Oct 5th.
A Square Deal
By keeping in close touch with the outside markets, and
by buying often, we arc always in a position to give vou a
"smiare deal, l'i,HASH NOTE Although the price of
milk nml cream lias gone up, we still have some to offer at
old priors.    Phone 93.
McIntyre   & Son
We Deliver to All Parts of the 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
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Btcgage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
i-
Office -Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
phono 270 REVELSTOKE, B.C.      Night can 71
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