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Vol. 16-No. 76
REVELSTOKE. B. C. SfcP!'. 28, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Shooting Requisites
Loaded Shells Cartridge Belts
Shooting Coats and Vests
CORONER'S INQUEST
i
I Mr. Damoer that he had cot      three
men to help him on Wednesday.   She
[saw three  men  on Wednesday      pass
I her hoii^c,  ami had  seen  the      same
Detectives Seek Franlt Julian's j^J^tSSLrtt
Murderers
B. C.
The iininest on the death ot Frank
Julian, which occurred last week
under such tragic circumstances,
took place at Howson's undertaking
parlors on Saturday afternoon, by
Dr.   J.   11.   Hamilton,      the   coroner.
would know them a^ain if she saw
them. Tbey were dirty, rough looking men. There were six men at
Brunei's tbe morning before and tbe
three she saw on Wednesday afternoon were some of them. Her father
was always suspicious of strangers
and  often  said  that the Black  Hand
All the very Latest Models in Rifles
-351, 401; Mauser, Remington,
Auto.   22-Calibre in all makes.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
The  following    gentlemen     composed | would get him if he was not      care-
tbe jury:       J. P. Mel.eniuiu,     (fore-   lul.     She identified her father's axe,
man) H.  N.   Coursier,     H.  .Manning,   bat stick  and  other things belonging
T. Walsh, H. F. MeKinnon, D.    Mc- !to him.
Carthy. Thc  inquest  was     adjourned      till
Tho jury viewed the body, thc Tuesday next, Oct. 4th at 8 p. m., in
Oaroner showing the wounds in the the City Hall. On receipt of the
deceased's bead, which was with- details of the murder, the Provincial
out doubt, the cause af death; also Police Department at once took ac-
the deep gash in his throut, evident- tion and despatched detectives to
ly made by some sharp weapon. The this city to take charge of the case,
Coroner asked for an adjournment of and arrests are expected at an early
the      imiuest      until      last      night,   date.
in the City  Hall, in order to collect '    The funeral  of the late Frank  Jul-
evidence. ian  (aged  58) takes place this alter-
A post mortem of the body was noon from thc Roman Catholic
held early this week, but nothing church,
further was discovered beyond the
fracture of the skull and the gaping
wound In the neck. A significant
feature of the case, and one which
practically proves tbat the deceased
met his death through tbe agency of
the Black Hand, was the peculiar
blink /mark across the dead man's
face, which was probably the death
sign of the terrible organization of
the Black Hand, tbe mark which its
victims were branded with when done
to their death.
The imiuest on the late F. Julian,
adjourned from Saturday, was resumed last night.
T. Vi. Bain, city gaoler, gave evidence as to tbe finding of the body
by  the  police  authorities after    tbey
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Ottico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      - $10,000 000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5.575,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5 mOOO.OO
Reserve        ...       - 5,5o^,. 00.00
Branches M Agents at all principal points inXanada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bunk, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Report of Commission-Point
Lrey Chosen as Location Site
The report of the university commission named by authority of legislation of last session to select thc
site of .British Columbia's new university has been made public, and
opened at tbe Wednesday meeting of
the executive council. The report
is dated 28th of June, and Is as follows :
Victoria, B. O.,
June 28th, 1910.
To His Honor the    Lieut.-Governor
in Council.
Sir,—The University site commission begs to submit the following report: In accordance
with the provisions of the University site commission act, 1'JIO
your commissioners have visited
and made a careful examination
of several cities and rural districts suggested as suitable university s.tes and have selected as
ihe location for the university
the vicinity of the City ot Vancouver.
We have the honor to be,    Sir,
your obedient servants:
(Signed)
R.  C.  Weldon,  Chairman.
G. Dauth.
0. C. Jones.
O. D. Skelton.
Walter i'. Murray, Secretary
Accompanying      this  repori-in-chel
embodying  the   finding  of  the    commissioners  is    an     auxiliary    report
addressed to the minister of    education,  Hon.   Dr.   Young,  which    reads
as  follows:   —"The  university       site
commission  is strongly  of the  opinion that  the university should      not
be  placed on  a site  which  may      in
time bc completely surrounded by    a
city.     They respectfully suggest that
not less than 2,11) acres be set apart
for the university campus     and    700
acres for experimental    purposes    in
agriculture and forestry.     This is ex
elusive of a forest reserve for forestry operations on a large scale.
1'OINT GREY  SELECTED,
The commissioners nre of the opinion that the most suitable site is at
Point tlrcy  unless thc    soils      there
and that of the Delta land adjacent,
the skull  by  some heavy sharp      in-  ubout  1,600   feet.      The  new       Hume'.are found to be unsuitable   for     the
strument.      The wound  in  the    head   enters  the  power house under       the  experimental  work of the college    of
was  throe   Inches  long  and   the  gash   floor where il joins thc large turbine  agriculture.      Should     Point      C.rey
in tbe neck was live and a half inches   which  is titted  in a circular      scroll  prove  impossible  the    commissioners
deep; there  wns also a fractured jaw.   case,  the  waste water     being   fni'ced   suggest:
out through a concrete arch into the I   First,—A site along the shore west
tail race channel.     The turbine      is   of  North   Vancouver,  provided       the
wenty-seveii  inches in diameter,  and   tunnel and bridge are constructed,
with a full head of  water is capable |   Second,—St.   Mary's  Hill  overlook-
the   of dedeloping over l.Oiltl h.p., and   is
the    oupleul direct to a *lfiO k.w.  generat-
NEW POWER PLANT
One of the Best in British
Columbia
Good progress is being made with
the construction of the new city pow
ei bouse and the installation of the
machinery. When the entire work
is completed the city wil, have one
of tbe most up-to-date and efficient
hydro electric lighting plants in the
west. The new concrete dam, when
ompleted will be sufficient to develop about 2,00(1 h.p., but the rapid
had received information of the rising of thc lllecillewaet river early
affair on Saturday morning. There in the spring prevented tlie structure
were no marks of any struggle, and from being finished, although a large
not very much blood nt the spot head of water was maintained dur-
The brush which covered the body ing the summer. There is yet con-
had not been freshly cut. Mr. llain sideruble work to be done on the
gave evidence as to the finding of the dam, and it is hoped that W. Ncw-
nxe that did the deed, also a full ill- man and company, the contractors,
venti'ty of th.1 articles found on thc will make as early a start as pos-
body. Aa for the black mnrk, he sible before the worst of the winter
could not say what caused that. comes.      Uut a -.hort piece    of      the
Dr. McPherson gave medical evi- new six-foot barrel Hume from the
deuce as to the death of tbe deccas- dam to tbc power house remains to
ed, ns  being  caused by a fracture of   bc completed, the entire length being
iTbe body kIiuwi.I ii" sii.ii.-i of a Strug
gle and was generally healthy. A
black mark covered the face, the
skin beneath being firm but pitted in
places.      The sight of one    of
■ eyes had  gone.     The blow    on
cause   or,  the two  being  bedded  on      solid
lieing   concrete.    This new set  of machinery
ing tlie  I'itt,   Fraser ami  Ooqultlam
rivers,  provided  residences  nre erected for the students.
Central Park, although convcnlent-
Reveletoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
:if
ag-
the
Now Is The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGGS AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool and
at the right temperature. Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.   Burns & Co.
Limited,
head  was  ulone    sufficient  to
death,   the   gash   in  tbe  neck
done afterwards. As tor thc stain will be entirely separate from the 'ly situated, will probably be sur-
on the face there wa- nothing to other, tbe whole plant in reality be- rounded by the cities of Vancouver
Ishow bow  it wus caused, and it was   ing duplicated. and New  Westminster,    and    because
not through  decomposition. The  loss      Tbe  new   power house    will      abut   of this and of the absence of existing
lol thc eye was probably caused      by   close onto the old one, and will     be   scenic advantages, is undesirable,
(this fluid.      Tbe body had been dead   built of concrete and brlek.     Ono of |      AGRICULTURAL KDUCATION.
two or  three  days     when  he      lirst   the old generators will bc takui   out I    While  the    commissioners are  fully
jsaw it on Saturday. leaving a full set of 250 k.w. genera-  convinced  tbat  it is of  tlie    highest
| LouIb Cashato testified as to the I tor (new) and one 150 k.w. genera- importance to have all thc faculitics
finding of the body on Saturday tor (old). The whole plant will then of the university doing work of tini-
iicnr a surveyors .line at Julian's bc on the three phase system, which versify grade located together, they
land. Deceased had been missed will give a continuous light and pow believe tbat the diverse conditions ol
Bince W.-.Iiies.lay night, and his lam- cr servb'e all over the city dny and agriculture in this province mnke it
;lly getting anxious, he and      others  night. j advisable to divide the  work  i
.started to search near thc place About twenty men nre at present ricultiiral education between
where the deeensed hud been clearing employed on tbe work, which will be college of agriculture at tbe universal brush where lie had gone on rushed to completion. In future ity and schools of agriculture of scc-
Wednesdiiy morning there should be no trouble at any |ondary grade located iu the different
; Mrs. Damoer stated tbat lbe had season of the year in keeping the Her- ^centres. Tlie college of agriculture
seen ber father, the deceased, at 8 vice up, since the plant lieing in should conduct reseraches, provide
o'clock on Wednesday morning, He two separate units, one can bo opcr- courses leading to a degree, super-
was going out ,,f tlie bouse with bis ated while repairs, etc., can be ellcct vise the extension work and schools
little axe saying that he would ed when necessary on the other with- of agriculture. These schools should
lie home late. At 2 p.m. that day out Interruption to power or lighl. bo established iu conjunction with
she saw three men pass her window Although the old Hume will be util. the demonstrnt on furniH in typical
going towards the depot, She.had Iled for some time yet, it. is in very centres and should provide short
si-en these ian nun the day belore, bad repair, and leaks excessively, courses, extending over
talking OUtsI !.' Mrs BrusCl's In.use thereby lessoning the water pressure, months,
next    do,,!.         Tlie    in. n  eaeh      had   nnd  It will only  be a mutter of time   tho  sons
bundles.     Witness bad wondered why before a new barrel    Hums iH     con- might   specialize   in   one or   more
bet   latl.,1   bad  not  come  boms      ou struotod  to take its place,                       branches, such  us horticulture,  dairy
Wednesday    night.       tin Tbesday ber When   this   is  done    the   Itevelstoke   ing, etc,
lather had got tlueo axes and      had plant    will    bc  adequate for     many |    Similarly,  technical evening SOhools
sent them  to Brunei to sharpen, say- years  to come.     In addition to    tho  might bo opened lu the different coal
Ing that  ho    had     three  Calabrians new hydro electric machinery,      the  mining centres,   for the   preparation
coming to w..rk lor him on Wednes- ga- producing plant is a valuable as- 'of candidates for mining certificates,
day.     llu   latbei   bad lell  the bouse set and can at any time bo used   ln  and In the metal mining districts for
on  the  morning of  Wednesday  before case of Imergcncy.     The work at tho   the assistance ol     prospectors      and
Drusci bad  returned the ales.    Drus- bower house  is extremely  interesting   others.
n  bit  the axes at the     bouse      and and  it,  would  pay citizens to      walk |            BEST  MICN  WANTED.
they bad navel  been  used. Her father ont nnil   inspect   It nnd  gain       some i   The  commissioners have  been groat
bad often said that he     was    afraid Idea    of    bow     their money Ih being   ly  Impressed  by  the marvellous rich
something      would    happen  to    him, spent  in  thc  Improvement of      what   ness,  variety  and oxtent ol  the  nat
Ih,   without  a    ioUbt
chiel asset.
tho winter
if two or three years, for
of   farmers.      Kach    school
FALL  MILLINLRY
A choice selection, Eastern Catalogue Styles, Trimmed
and  Uiitriiiiiiii'd.
Mrs.  A.  Ci.  Crick
TWO DOORS i:\si OF EDISON THBATRB
though be never sunt anything definite. He bad tell disappointed in
nut being helped more in his work
against the Muck Hand gang. As
(or tbe three men she could not May
II she Would recognise them again
it she sa» them. Her latbei never
went out at night since the ntlair
when ursetti  was stabbed. Mrs, Da-
iin'i i Identified the axe produced as
lieing bn lather's, Tins last piece
ol evidence wns too much for the
Witness anl shl broke down hystcii-
rally
Mr*    K.   Shuritnn said that  „he had
lieai.1   Ini   latin I   lay   that   on     Wed-
nesday morning bt was going down
.  im. 1  and .-i|'| hi ed      be      wbb
goiU£ uk'Ue      llu Juttiu  Umi    tulU
Ranch life in West
The siicclnl feature picture nl the
Edison tomorrow (Thursday) and
Knilay nights, in entitled " Ranch
Life In the (Irent West." This picture is considered one of tbo best
among the westorn pictures
produced.
Mr. Tapping wishes to stato that
tho rumor circulated tbo past week,
to the oflect that he lu selling out, Is
absolutely untrue.
Moving pictures tonight.
ltevclstoko's nnil resources ol this province, and
by the very generous provision made
Ior the endowment of tho university,
and they arc of the opinion that if
the university adopts a policy of
offering salaries ranging from 18,600
to J5,0II0 to its professors It will
attract men of the highest ability,
who by their scientific Investigations
and outstanding reputation will not
only materially aid In developing tho
resources of tho province hut will
also place the university on an oiiual
Ity with tho best universities in
America.
over
California OrangOs, nice and large,
ol sweet llavor, 50c. per dozen— At
Mclutyre's,
Where to get your supplies
for the Hunting Season.
Our stock of Guns, Rifles,
Revolvers, Ammunition,
Hunting Knives, Hunter's
Axes. Match Boxes, Leggings. 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
are especially meeting with a larger
sale every day.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
OS
Suits and Overcoat
Our Store overflows with interest for the man
who makes it a point to be well dressed. We
have a magnificent display of the new suits
in Autumn Suits and Overcoats. There is a
cut, a swine, a fit, a set that is not surpassed by
tailors of the most fashionable delusiveness.
Thev are made of imported Cheviots, worsteds
and serges ami are marked to sell quickly.
ffi Prices Range from $ 12 to $30
feh Sl'K OCR CRAVENHTTH RAINCOATS FOR $10
j& McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
(X\ The Home ol Good Clothes
CHOICE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
We sell the choicest cutsof Lamb
Beef,   Mutton, Veal and  Pork.
Lovers of Fine Poultry wil
preciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCYON HDT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Tin Creates! Health Resort mi the Continent
Nilinal Hot Water. 1J4 Degrees ol Meat
Natural ll"i Water In Baths.   O   •  All Veai
Rates from $ 12 to <S 15 Per Week
Ice Cream »■ Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT fags
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const iiiele.l u  new one
thereby ensuring at all
solutely  reliable service,
ating the likllbooil of a
at any time and the consequent    ex
pen f n large repair bill. The old
Hume is to all Intents and purposes,
worn out, and cannot be relied upon to give adequate service, and
bad the original decision bein adhered to, namely that of having two
separate and distinct new Humes, tbe
cost would not have been very much
extra, nnd the planl placed In a tar
better condition to give continuous
Bervlce.
lion of the Black Hand. The Italian Flection of tlie people ol tbe west
is becoming larger and larger overy
vein* and tlio Italians are to be
found in every city of any sine, in
the majority of eases ihey ure quiet
iiii.l Industrious citizens, although un
fortunately there is always an un
ll'suable element whieh lakes up its
abode with the Others, an element
composed of the worst type of man
assassins, knife wlelders, and men
who want to prey upon the community nt large; and it is this clement
which brings disrepute and the hnt-
ti'.l of the community upon the whole   sinned with the actual signature
QLENBANK bohool.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Qlenbank School," will be
received by thc Hon. the Minister of
Public Works up to noon of Friday,
the 14th of October, 1U10, for the
erection and completion of n two-
room school building at Qlenbank,
near Nakusp, in tbe Slocan Klectoral
District.
I'lans, Specifications, Contract and
Forms of Tender may be seen on and
niter the 18th day ot September,
1910, nt the offices of G. 11. Gardiner
EBq., Nakusp, Secretary to the
School Hoard; the Government us*
cuts nt Kaslo and Revelstoke; and
the Department uf Public Works.
Victoria.
Kach proposal must be accompan
lod Iiy an accoptod bank cheque or
certificate of deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to the
Hon. the Minister ol Public Works,
for the sum of $300, which shall be
forfeited if tlie party tendering decline to enter Into contract when
called upon to do so, or if lie fail
to complete the work contracted (or.
The cheques or certificates "f deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
lie returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
of
FIRST ST,
li utitK t'
Mi kUNZIP
The Canadian  market for municipal  bonds hns shown signs of incroas
ed demand within thc past few weeks
though, according to the loading financial journals, it     would he      rash
icial Land Surveyor,   to  predict any general rise in prices,
Mining Surveyor f,.,)m tbis.     About the most that   is
Engineering looked (||.   hy Beasione(1 (|,..,|,,*K    ia
AVKNl I
Box 1U0,
c. w. o   w.
KEVKL8TOKB
of tbc Italian colony. If the Ital-
iuiis behave themselves and live according to tho laws ol the country.
lio one will interfere with them, but
this spirit of hall civilized, evil,
and revengeful habit whicli is so prevalent among certain classes of the
Italians, will not be tolerated under
nny condition and the authorities
Bhould rive these i pie to understand that they are not welcome in
tlie  west   il  tbey   persist in  so doing,
the tenderer, and enclosed  in the envelopes furnished.
The  lowest or nny    other      tender
not necessarily accepted.
F. C.  (IAMBI,E,
I'ublic Works Engineer.
I'ublic Works Department,  Victoria
B.  0.,  September 15th,   1910. til
Mountain V.ow Camn. No. 729
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Kooton-iy Lodge. No. IS, A  F. & A. M.
i • •■ reRUlai itio-ai-
iu-js ure lu
MASONIl!    TEMPLE,   oddfellows'
II.til. "ti the tldril
Uut] lay    in   eacli
:i ili  ul  8  i' in.
Visiting brellirmi
.,:.• cordially welcome.
J. T. PuLl.ii' K. Hastes.
('HAS. J. AMAN. Sei m.i iu\
SKI.KlHk LODGE 12   1. O, (). F.
Meei- every There-
day   eveuitiij   iu   Selkirk Hall hi 8,,'duck
Visiting brethren are
ited in altend.
steadiness. One factor thnt must
certainly help broaden the demand
fm Canadian municipals is tho energy with which the British market is and consequently if tbey wish to have
being cultivated, Canadian agents the snme privileges that other inini London, when asked ns to whether migrants enjoy they should strive
there was feeling that the West was to aid the government In discovering
rushing ahead too quickly in the aud apprehending those of their conn
matter municipal issues, have stilted trynien who are undesirables. In
that no such fear ns to thc general Btcad of aiding black banders nnd
situation wns at all felt by nny one other criminal scum  tbey should   do
'fill  &, K'V
0O! i i .J
K 9 StJC IBIBBKIGS S.D
J. MATHIK -tie
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B C.
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Blpii K   K    ''HAS   ii-!   It. o! F.
really conversant with tlie conditions
though of course the resources and
prospects of Individual municipalities
arc carefully studied. Issues have
frequently been delayed through the
purchasers declining to accept the
ill printed debentures delivered, the
printing therefore being a most important feature. Revelstoke hns in-
ivarinbly sold her debentures at a
(.■noil figure nnd hns never bad to
wnit for a mnrket. Moreover, full
attention has always been paid to
tin' appearance and printing of tbe
debenture itself, whieh ns stated before goes a long way with the
purchaser,
their utmost to effect their arrest, if
they wish to live quiet lives in this
community. Unless the uood Italian citizens decide that it is their
duly to themselves as well as to tbe
country in which tbey reside to abide
by the law and live ns ordinary
peaceable citizens, they will Inevlt,
ably cme under the ban which
ought to be placed upon BUcta law
breakers a- have been guilty of the
attroolous crimes that    have     been
committed r ol here from time    to
lane, an.l will incur tlie wholesome
, ,* Mo* an.l disgust "f tbe right minded people i'f the community. Such
1 iwless an.l high handed tactics will
nol be tolerate I in Revelstoke nnd
tn,' sooner they are destroyed the
I,..tin* foi  ■  *   *   i     of people    where
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CANCELLATION OP RESERVE
1    NOTICE is hereby given    that   the
reserve   existing   upon   the   lands  cm-
braced in Special Timber License No.
25S4S, situate in    Kootenay  District,
is cancelled, mul that the said  lands
will  be open for locution under      the
provisions of the  "Land     Act"      at
midnight  on  December 22nd,   1910,
ROBERT A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner of  Lands.
I    Lands   Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
l'.tb September, 1010. td
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Mt, Begbie
3461
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ethien    cordially    v
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Visiting   brethren    cordially    wel
tried.
t   R . Clarence Hahtk.
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that  has neld thi
the loci
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SANITATION  IN  CAMPS.
The    question  ol closer observance
of the     health     act  In  the    lumber
camps ol  this  province  is nt present
a  live one,  and  one   which cannot  bo
*   ously gone into.      The Van
couver World  says the     Week.      has
been moved to action in tins matter
by a petition, extensively «i| eed    bl
men employed  in construction camps
The object  of the  petit ion  will  me t
with general sympathy nn.l can hard
ly be disregarded by the governm nt
This is an opportune  moment      '. r   „.
dealing  with  tbo     question,  beca
British  Columbia is mi  the •*
.'I , : in,,'!       i* .        l*i!i. i i     -
Within  the next  few years      there
will    be     hundreds     of const
camps in the province, most of them
far  removed  from centres  n'
tion and clvlllatlon, and    unfortunately, from the cl"Se observation    of
tbe health Inspectors.     Thi
construction  * are  just
as valuable to the commun ty us the
lives of any other  men,  lnde< I
the  present  time,   it is  doubtl
they do not cut a    more important
nt     ol     the
; rovlnce than any    '
artisans, and I
than enough,     i II
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t.vy    precaul
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jectod to Inci d i n et ce ai d
but   typhoid  lum  taken a heavy toll.
The  Health  Department   of  I
vinclal government  has
* pii ious I work, uul
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tended to.
cities    are fostered     ainl
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NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that W. B. Robertson,
of Revelstoke, occupation, Insurance
agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following describe, i lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the north • t cornel .*:' Lot -772.
runnini; nortii tn chains, thence west
4.i  eh.iin,.      * hence  BOUth   10     .'hains.
tbenca east   H   chains to the    poini
of comti" no •   nl
WILLI VM HI.AIR ROBERTSON
Dated  Sei t.  6,  1910, S.17 N16,
Assignee's
AUCTION SALE
■. >us Irom  Tbo
SALMON ARM, B. C.
THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1910
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TAX SALE OF LANDS
For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that, on Wednesday, the 12th day of October, A.D., 1910, at the
hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Revelstoke, B. C, I shall offer for
sale, at public auction, the lands in the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list
hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons, on the 31st December,
1909, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if not
sooner paid.
List Above Mentioned
Name of Pkiison
Asskhhkii
liiillai'd.Mis.G'iirlnii
Ih lies, V. ainl  10
Cunningham, Aith.
i'r. a-e, Kil. A
Curtis, 'I'h.nnas
Kein.s, 11, lien
l'\iui|iiii'i, Me fv A
Hill, ii. Win G... .
Miiilinatk, t'lias. R
Mulntot-li Hurry	
lIolii'ition.Kiitbi'Vii
MeLeoil, Nnrman P.
SltllllT DKBC'IMPTION UK PjtOl'EKTY
Lot 1 ami house, lllk. 1, Town i f Arrowhead
" SliliS, G ro up I, Kootenay District	
" 11.1, Group I, " '      	
" SISS,     ••     I, " •'        	
" l(»)5,    "   1, " " 	
" .'ii"i7,    "   1, " "      	
" 8187,    "   1, " ■'      	
" 8180,   "    I, " "       	
" 7, Group I,            "             "
South Knst  \ Sec. Ioi N. K. '4 See. 10; N.W.
i,   See. 11, Tp. IU	
Lot Soil, Group I. Kootenay District.........
" S'.'ll. Group I, Ivooteiiay District	
'• 8035,       "I, ' "       	
•• sum,       "   1,
" 8050,       "   1, " "        	
South siile of Lit 8143, Group 1, Knot. Dist.
I.oi SI77, Group 1  Kootenay Distiict	
" 8402,       "     1 " •' 	
" 8501,       ••     I " "        	
" 8502,       "1 "            "
" 8503,       "     1 "            "
" 8504,       "     1 " "       	
" 8500,       "     1 " " 	
" 8511,       "     1 " ••       	
" SIIU2,       "1 '■ •• 	
" 7033,       "     1 " "jt   	
Tanks
27 45
lu 8'l
li'l i"i
111 IHI
HI (HI
HI (10
128 00
132 (Hi
3211 til)
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1 III (HI
22 SI)
121 IH)
72 HU
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III Oil
80 00
80 (HI
Hi 20
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11 (111
72 (II)
04 no
7 211
7(1 SU
Costs
School
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I'lXP'SKH
10 00
(1 15
2 00
85
2 (H)
21 05
2 (H)
12 IH)
2 (H)
8 20
8 65
2 00
3 05
8 70
2 00
11 55
2 (H)
11 85
2 00
(18 40
2 00
8 05
2 00
12 05
2 (10
12 15
2 00
1 70
2 00
11 25
2 00
(1 50
2 00
0 35
2 00
12 05
2 00
7 20
2 (H)
2 15
2 00
1 70
2 00
1 .'10
2 00
85
2 00
0 50
2 00
5 75
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Total
1(1 20
18 05
88 20
158 00
28 45
28 1)5
1*11 55
145 85
891 00
100 05
178 115
154 45
20 50
137 25
80 60
115 85
158 1)5
80 20
40 15
22 1)0
54 30
12 86
80 60
71 75
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Revelstoke, B.C., Sept. 3rd, 1910.
E.   EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR,
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
aint no Literary Woman
i\>
But 1 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.
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Summcrlanb, 1&.G.
COURSES   FOR   1910-)!
Preparatory; HiRh School; Two
'.• ii-*  Pniverhity;  Business,   in-
. 111 < 1111 vr Stenograph)   and Type-
•■::■   I'iano; Vocal,
ite I*-,ili ni's  lor young
ii.. a .nnl *.oniiv women.
Well epuippeil gymnasi tin.
,   . *.i Di-t    * Si er. 21.
uh inini   ,i"l  further par-
*  Principal
EVERErr    W   SAWYER
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A QtNFRAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVI VGS
At all  Branches
BAN K    D EPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest currant rate
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NO   ItdOM   FOR   A
Is sntlsfael
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thai
iilapteil years   authorities  al   V'lcl
, utti lb
tab ■• not to the I 'hlnose hk
rai '      "f     those
■ t     the
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will giv  ■ ractleally a dup
licate    *  tern ■ ant ot    be
said   to  be ahKol itcly   reliable  while
the old Hums i    li    < ■ It would
have been  bctte:    I th    I     n il      had
liscarded thi altogoth
er, pod with very little txtia   cyst
pi ompt   ni  theii   in i *' ii  In  ' il
tl •   mattt i
Julinn, alter b«lng fully mint in.• I "'
tho iiiln.i, anil ii .'. to bo hi pt il thai
they will ex. ni i* i ho i in il energy
in tracking, cnpl n Ing ami ;* n hing
the nn n who were guill *. ul the
murder, There in no ipio rtlun I '
the cl nne Is tho work nl thc my tot
Ious Black Hand Itnllnn nrgnnlsn
Hon which hnn boen responsible for
omo "I the worst erlmos In tho
history nl this country, and it. la
quite apparoni thai it was the work
ol Italians who harbored    animosity
to their  victim  through the organllD
Card of Thanks
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lii-Mei   by  the
■ rs sincerely
Ml II      ll
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WAN'i'i'ih   i.ioiy    Stenographer
three item    t ipei lont i di sires i"
tion.     Address, Mill Bi    Clnyt"
Doz 228, Rivilitoki, li. V.
Patent
Ripless Gloves
have extra pieceiof leather
on the finger-tips, which
hide the seams and protect the ititching. Neat
and Comfortable and
CANNOT RIP
REVELSTOKE, B. c. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Frederic Clarke li    The Man •
nmn," IvIisonThraliT. Sat. Oct. 1
POR iai.k -rn Vers Itnnch, Mt..ck
mi'l Implements, aboul It nrro»
iiii'lei cultivation, well wooded ami
waterod; pi Ice ; ■ 000, Apply on
pretnlMi, loui  rallci iown     i iuth
11 nek i wail  Crank Veltri.       o.l lm
Men's Fall Hats
We have jtist put in stock a large assortment
of Stetson, Carter, Redmond, Pitt and
I lead form Hals in still's and softs. To see
ilirin is to buy one, that is why wc 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
cuffs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, In rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING fags!
Page >
THE MAIL-HERALD, RE7ELST0KE, B. C
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.  28,  1910.
Sociological Questions    I
In dealing with the Sociological
question of a community, the following is an extract from the report of
the General Methodist Conference
Committee on Sociological questions
which conference waB recently held
in Victoria.
"The community is part owner of
all wealth, a fact which we recognize
in the collection of taxes from unwilling citizens and in the enactment
of our graded succession duties. It
is one of the problems of Christian
citizenship to determine how much
relative importnnce is to be given to
these lactors in making our social
and commercial     regulations. We
must not reduce the rewards of individual effort to a point which
would mean thc destruction ol incentive to effort, nor must we allow
the rewards of individual effort to
become so great thnt the community
suffers in general well-being thereby. Tbe altruism of the Gospel is
developing a class of men who Hnd
a personal reward in tlie good of the
community which hns nourished them
We have accomplished some forms
of Socialistic . organization which
have enriched the life of the community and have increased the power anil range of Influence of tbe individual and have greatly enhanced
the rewards of personal effort. There
fore in the controversies between Individualism and the many forms of
Socialism, we may as a Church declare in favor of any form of communal organization which, while it
enriches the life ol the community,
will also increase the functions and
development of the individual. The
organization of trusts for the benefit ol those who enter them, is leading the way to the final trust in
which the forces ot the community
will be used for thc re-inforcement of
the power and the enrichment of the
life of all the individuals composing
it."
CP.R. and uniform courtesy of its
employees on the boats. As evidence
of the traffic Mr. Boyd points to the
fact that the Halcyon Hot Springs
hotel bus been filled to capacity every day for tbe past five weeks, the
guestB Including people from all over
the world, even from as far as New
Zealand and Hong Kong, all of
whom have visited the place to secure the benefit of the waters, than
which there is said to he no better
from a medicinal standpoint in the
world.
Finns Locate in B. C.
Nelson, Sept. 23.—Bjoin Lindberg,
fruit inspector for the Finish Government, and A. 1). Aillerkreiitz, n
horticultural expert from Finland,
have purchased from ,1. E. Annable
two ten-acre tracts of fruit land nt
Deer Park, on the Arrow Lakes, for
their own use and are negotiating for
tbe purchase of 321) acres at ' the
same plncc for the Finish Government, which Intends to send a colony of settlers there.
I Messrs. Lindberg and Adlerkreutz
arrived in Canada some weeks ago
and made a tour of the country in
order to send n report to their home
government upon Condistlons regarding fruit growing in the Dominion.
They visited Ontario and Alberta
ami were taken over a number of
ranches in the Kootenays. Favorably
impressed with what tbey saw ln
this district, they sent a number of
specimen apples and pears and samples of soil home with the result
that the Kootenays have been chosen by them as the most desirable
country, from a fruit growers' point
of view, in tbe whole of Canada.
Trainmen Ask Raise
Chicago, Sept. 23.—Seventy-five
thousand engineers, trainmen and
conductors on all the railways in the
west are preparing to open negotiations with railway managers for a
wage increase of approximately 15
per cent. Thc engineers gave notice
of their demands some time ago, anil
the*' general committee will arrive
in Chicago on Monday to meet the
managers in conference.
I The trainmen and conductors are
now taking referendum vote on demands before formally presenting
them to the managers. The vote will
bc completed in October, when the
question will be submitted. It is
understood quite a time mny elapse
before the trainmen and c onductors
ask for a conference. The demands
cover every body west of and including the main line of the Illinois
Central. The Brotherhood ot Railway Trainmen and tbe Order of Rail
road Conductors are acting jointly,
while the engineers are acting alone.
The firemen on the same roads presented demands last spring, which
were settled by arbitration under tbe
Erdmann law, giving tbe men an jn
crease of about 10 per cent.
| Railroad managers are snid to have
decided to endeavor to adjust the
differences of engineers, trainmen
and conductors by direct negotiations.
BUT
Nakusp Fruit Fair
The first Arrow Lakes Fruit Fair,
to be held at Nakusp on October iit.Ii
and 7th. promises to be a great success. The ranchers of the district
have has an exceptionally good
year, all kinds of fruit and vegetables having done well. New settlers are constantly going into the
district, either settling upon Inn.I
previously purchased or buying properties.
In regard to tourist traffic Mr.
Boyd, of the Halcyon Hot Springs,
says that the present season has
been an exceptionally busy one.
More passengers have been carried
than ever before and one and all
were delighted with the beautiful
scenery of the lakes and all spoke of
the excellent  service provided by the
Heavy Traffic on CP.R.
Traffic on the main line of the C.
P. R. has been very heavy nil this
week, and a number of extras and
specials have been sent along the
line by the officials. A silk special,
two trains carrying the delegates of
the Canadian Manufacturers Association, and a special train enrrying
tho Oriental passengers of the Empress of China to eastern points have
been sent along the division since
Sunday. On Monday afternoon in
the mountains near Glacier, five west
hound trains pnssed four east bound
trains in thc space of a few hours,
while on Tuesday morning the five
west bound passengers came rolling
into Vancouver yards at intervals ot
twenty  minutes  apart.
Besides this a large number of ordinary freights passed in and out ol
the :ocal yards.
Reid Insane
Mission, Sept. 23.—That George
Reid, alleged wife-murderer, whose
body was found Hunting in the Fraser river near Matsiiui on Monday,
came to his death by suicide while
temporarily insane, was the verdict
arrived at by the coroner's jury
which held an inquest on the remains at  Mission yesterday.
Evidence presented nt tho imiuest
went to show that Reid was mentally unbalanced at the time of his
wife's death, his actions immediately
prior to the murder heing very peculiar.
Owing to the fact that he committed suicide the reward of $500 offered by the Provincial government
for Reid's capture will not be paid
out.
FOR RALE OR RENT-Ranch at
Clanwilliam, one new house and 10
acres of land. Apply to Mrs.
Mary Palmer, Clanwilliam, B. C.
Verdict of Wilful Murder
London, Sept. 27.—The coroner's
jury have returned a verdict of wilful murder against Dr. Hnwley H.
Crippen, the American dentist, in
connection with the finding In the
Crippen home last July of the mutilated body supposed to be that of
Crippen's wife, who was known on
the stage as Belle Elmore.
Moving Picture! to-night.
STRAIGHT FACTS
ABOUT THE
H. Er.lv
't* BflA'WO'-'
BUCKSKIN
CLOTH SHIRT
IT IS A RIPLESS SHIRT
Guaranteed
NOT TO RIP
ANOTHER SKIRT from your
dealer absolutely free of any
charge to you 17 IT RIPS.
314 yards best material to
eaeh shirt. Extremely large
body, and long sleeves, roomy,
comfortable, serviceable, easy to
work in.
H. B. K. BUTTONS sewed on
by ham!—Cannot come off.
H. B. K, BUTTON HOLES
bar-tacked—Cannot break.
H. B. K. SEAMS all double
stitched and anchored—Cannot
rip.
Extremely large body and
long sleeves.
For Sale by the Leading Dealers
Throughout Canada.
Made and guaranteed by the
HUDSON  BAY   KNITTING   CO.,
MONTREAL.
The "Traveller"
The Ames-Holden
Shoe For Men
Ask Your
Dealer.
Shirtmakers to
The Workingman.
«Sii>^.
7M//////rm
"THE  TRAVELLER"
shoe ia a gentleman's shoe made for gentlemen. It reflects style and good
taste. It gives service and satisfaction, and every shoe is made from
choicest stock in perfect finish.
You can buy "The Traveller" in fancy patent bluchers—light weight,
dressy shoes, elegant and correct in every way, or you may purchase a
heavier box calf leather with viscolized soles—a waterproof boot for the
rainy days of fall.    Many styles - -ninny shapes— but big value in all.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of  West Kootenay.
Take notice that H. W. Crawford,
of Gerrard, B. 13., occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains from thc south cast corner
of Fiillnicr's pre-emption, Lot 7491,
thence west 40 chains along the
south boundary of Lot 74'Jl, thence
i*.'in 20 chains, thence cast 40
hains, thence north 20 chains to
olnt of commencement, oontaining
80 acres, moro or less.
Dated August 27th, 1910.
HECTOR W.  CRAWFORD
Located by W. K. Olcnn, Agent.
NOTICK.
In the matter of an Application
for the issue of a Duplicate Oertiflcate "f Title to Lot K, Hlock 4, bo-
Ini; part of Sections 27 ami 34,
Township 18, Knngc 2, West of thc
Sth     Meridian,    Town ol  llevelstnkc,
Ii. C, Map C3C.
Nut lie in hereby given that It Is
my Intention to issuu at tho expiration nt nne month after the luui
publication hereof a duplicate of tbe
Oertiflcate of Title to the above
mentioned lot in the nnme of Revelstoke Laml Company, Limited, which
certificate Ih dated tho Uth day of
April, 1007, and numbered r.774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL  R.   ROE.
Land Registry otlice, Nelson, B.C.,
September 13th,  1910. S1701.1
FOR   SALE.
FURNITURE - 1 Rook Cimo, Oak,
glass  front,   two  drnwen;   1       Roll
Top Desk; 1  Hall Rack,  dark  Oak;  I
jiron Beditead, Apply for particular! by phone to J. C. Locke, at
Hagar's Rancbe. it,
Don't Miss It
The Eighth Annual
Fruit Fair
NELSON,   B. C.
Three Days
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Friday,
eptember 28,29,3D
Full of surprises in Fruit,
Vegetables, Poultry, Mineral
Lum bui- nml district exhibits
$3,000 IN PRIZES
SEE THE ATTRACTIONS
PROF.   DARNELL      The
Fear,ess Aeronaut, will mnke
n balloon ascension and Parachute Leap daily.
THE LEOJOE  TROUPE
Three Indies and  2  men   ill
their unparalleled and refined Bicycle Act.
THE FIVE FLYING DAN-
VARDS—Engaged   at., an
enormous expense, lately
featured with Ulngling Bros.
the aerial marvels, in long
leaping and casting act nO
feet in the air.
La Catella and La Folletla
The Fool and the Circus (iill
Amateur Athletic Sports
unili'i' mi-pices of Y.M.C.A.
Dulling Contest?, Log Sawing, Lug Chopping   Contests
aud numerous other attractions.
See Dally I'l'O'.'imn.
Exclusion Rates ou all Transportation lines.
J. E. ANNABLE,   G, HOASTEID,
President.       Secretary
P. O. Uox :«)2, Nelson, R. U.
XAMIN'ATION      FOR   INSl'ECTOR
OF     STEAM  BOILER    AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    for  the  position
of  Inspector  of  Stenm   Boilers    and
I Machinery,   under   the   "Steam   Boilers  Inspection  Act,   1910,"    will    be
held  at the     Parliament    Buildings,
Victoria,  commencing November 7th,
1910.        Application  and  instruction
forms can be had on application    to
tho undersigned, to whom the former
must he returned correctly filled ln,
not later than October 34th,      1910.
Salary $130.00 per month,  increasing
at the rate of $5.00 per month   each
year to a maximum of $1S0.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
New Westminster,  B. C.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wesl Kootenay<
Take nolice iluvt liiia MeCarter. of
Revethtoke, H.C, Spinster, intends lo
apply tor permission to purchase the lol"
lowing described lands-
Commencing at a post planted on the
east hank oi' tlu* Columbia River at the
North-west corner of Lol 8301, Group i,
Kootenay District and marked "Ktia
MeCarter* s south-west comer post,"
ihence east -Jo chainsi thence north Ho
chains; thence west 40 chains more or le»
to the east hank ol Lhe Columbia Kivor
ihence Bouth along the easl hank of the
Columbia River So chains more or les«» to
the point of commencement 1 containing
,120 acres more or less.
ETTA McOARTER,
By her agent, Albert Porstand.
Dated lath August, Ini0.      aug 17 2m
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF. A. DE FEO
Residence( Second Street
Telephone- 202
Having been engaged as music teacher
asi year in Victoria College and having
been obliged to come back to Kevelsloke
on other business, 1 wish lo start iu this
city an Academy of Music, titling students
for their examinations to the Conserva*
lories of Europe,
IU I.i:s AND CONDITIONS
I, Lessons will start on September I.
Alter this dale lessons will ^o on from
the lirsi to Ihe last day ot each consci u«
live month ihu ing the )vur, excepting
Julc, when a vacation will be given.
1.   The course ihai will he taught con*
tains three grades, and al the end ol ca< h
grade a diploma will he given.
.*•,   All books will be given by teacher,
4,    Prospective puuiN are advised  nol
to lake a course less lli.uia year.
.s. Pupils wishing to dis* oiitinuc must
give a month's notice or a lull Tee will h«*
charged.
i).    Lessons   nol received   ai   ilu    ap*
p, iin) eil lime uiu si he lorfcited.
7.    No lessons given on public holidays,
s.    Public  pcrioimanccs   will   be   en«
couragcdi but on no acconnt   will pupils
he allowed to take pan   without  llrsi  obtaining permission ol theirteacher,
9,    nnal examination* start   middle ot
J nne.
ritRMH :
For two hours pei week, Si pei monihi
ioi one houi pei week, (J pei month]
Harmony and counterpoint one lesson,
$.S per month, for two lessons pei weeki
SI * > per month,
A free lesson will bc given all pupils
oncea month for thi vocal division ot
music lime.
I'KOl. A. DE HO.
Box 157 telephone 202.
Dominion  Lands
Railway Belt ot British Columbia
The dale for the coming into force
of the new regulations has been
changed,   A new date will he set later.
Until further notice no entries to be
grained in the New Westminster dis*
trict and east of Kange IS, west of
.Sixth meridian Inclusive.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, June 29, 1810.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Lund District.
District of Wesl Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given lhat It)days
after date heieof 1, Ernest Edward
Hull, of Hereford, England, occupation iiichiiect, intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands, for permission to pin chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the south-west coiner of II. .1. 11 y-
hanis* pre-emption, Galena Bay, West
Kootenay District, B.C., and uiaikid
"Ernest Edward Hull's N. E oorner
post," thence 40 chains south; thence
'dd chains west) thence 20 chains north;
thence 10 chains east: thence 2» chains
north) thence 20 chains east to point
of commencement, containing in all
100 acres more or less.
Dated this 18th duy of June, 1010.
Ernest Edward H.m.l,
aug 10-IIOd 11. C. Hall, Agent.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land 1'istiiit.
District ul \\ e»t KootL'i ay,
Take uol ii'i-that 1. E. Al Hainan of
Arrowhead, U*U*f oo upatluU Luinl.ci'-
uian, Intend lo iipj.l) lur| ermissiuii to
puichiise lhe lobowiiig dt'M-i it-rd lauds:
Coiniueiii-ing at a posl planted at
the Northwest cornel of Lot &SII,
thence SO chains west; thencet)U ehuins
north to T. L. 10H70: thence SO chains
easl along the line ot T.L. 10U7II to the
Luke shore) thence along the lake
shore to point of commencement, containing four hundred und eighty acres
more or less.
Klltt  Mill   All (i.MlllAN.
Arrowhead, B.C., June 2Mb, IHR
jly Zl 2m
Prompt Settlement
Hcvilstoko, IJ.  0.,  Aug. 18th.
H. Q. Bobbins, Diq.,
Agent Columbia Fire
Insurance Co.,  Kevelstoke.
Jcar Sir,—
I havo to acknowledge with thanks
chci|iie of the Columbia Ktro Ins.
Co., for $11(111.(10 in settlement of niy
claim for loss at Salmon Arm, and
thoroughly appreciate the milliner iu
which this claim was settled
Yours truly,
8. McMAHON.
NOTICE.
Itevelstoke Until District.
District of Wesl Kootenay,
Take notice that('bailis A. Hainiiin.
of Kevelstoke, li. Ci occupation,
cruiser, Intends to apply foi permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the   trail   leading   from    Alrfulloiigh
Creek to Prench Creek, about a quarter
of a mile distant and In an easterly
direction  from  Coldstream,  marked
•s. A. Hamum's North-Bad Corner"]
ihence smith ni chains! tbenre west
Ml   obalnst   thence   ninth   Ml   chains:
thence east 80 chains to poinl of commencement,   containing   W0   seres,
moieor less.
Ou mu i - Ai i.i n Barnum.
Dated August 2nd. lulu.
Ml I ICE.
Revelstoae I-nnl Dlsti let,
Dlstt lei ut u i.i Kootenay.
Take notice ilml John B, Barnum, "f
Itevelstoke, H. t . oocupatloo Bruiser,
Intends to apply fm permission i"
purchase thc following described lands:
Commencing at a posl planted on
the trail leaning from HcOuDougb
Creek to French I reek .about a quartat
of a null' distant and in an easterly
direction from Coldstream marked
".I. H, li.nnuin- North-wesl Comet
Poati tbtnos ~i nu li mi ohalnai thenoe
east Ml iliaiiis: thence mu th Ml chains I
Ibein ■<• (SCSI Hi I chains   to  the  place nf
commencement   containing tun acres
more ot less.
Jims s. Hmim.m.
Dated August 2nd. 1910,
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kep»lr« ol ill kind* neatly carried ol
Bicycle and (inn work a-aperialty
Estimates uffn "" •"> >\u»
of work.
Front    Street.
» MAIL-1IKIIAL1)   RUVELSTOKE. B.C.
Page 3
V
.   THESE  iwo Fit-
1
are the ]
of style in sack suits
for this season.
Irim,
\    bothol iin in   thai will
,:vc a full measure ol
rvice.
Made ol fine En
VI orsl nd Scotch
and Irish 1 weeds, in
patterns lhat harmonize
perfectly with ll
LH us show them to
you I32
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look:
LOOK
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READ
Vetunl compnri   n ol  Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
OWSON'S     PRICKS
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Diniiuj table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
•I \> ii
Ced
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostennoro Mattress 15.00
Winnipeg price
50c.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.3'j
2 40
5.10
Weight
101b.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b,
601b.
751b.
Freight
23c.
$3.53
3.87
28c.
352
3.76
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
Total Htwson's Price delivered
73c. "           " 70c.
$10.72 "          " $9.60
14.42 "          " 14.40
1.16 "          " 1.20
12 47 "          " 13.00
15.01 "          " 14.00
4.96 "          " 5.20
6 94 "          " 7.20
381 "          " 4.00
6.86 "           " 7.20
" 16.50
WC mnl ur |   i.li1 Iiy *-lii|>) in _'' in car load lots, thwby saving freight rules.    Bring
ra'a Icguc | ription of other goods not   specified iu this list to our store and we
will prove our Htatemeuts,    Remember we deliver goods and i-et up free from breakage,
P
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McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
■KaOUrtEUHE^**-•-** . '-'-ii***^-**' —■«■-■    -■■--*.wiwJpt|lrM^»-J-   ... f      rifllWlfi
Daore, Windows, louldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Rsveistoke Oash & Door Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
THE CANADI,  N ^K
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKEP,  C.V
ALEXANDER  I
PAID-UP CAPITAL. $10/. J00.O00
LONDON, ENC: 2 Loml
In.
111 It is '
REV :'.3rO<E    BRA\inH--A      H       ALLEN.    MOI
IKAVSON   <V   CO
-    REVKLSTOKE, 15. C.
———i
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
enlarged and Improved.    First-Class iu ever) n Bpoct,    All moilern convenience,
Large s,u;i|le Kooma
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.    ALBERT     STONE      JP.RC>:P
Send Your Orders
To tbe undersigned for
Famous Call Coal. Dry Cedar
and Hemlock
Nre, Life and Accident Insurance
Full particulars <>f select building
lots given upon uppHcuti >n
W. B. Robertson
Great West Pei timnent Loan
Company Agency
.jia'MnaanR.Mi-miiii
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Teacher of Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupil prepared 1 ir T oronto < 'onservatory
of Music
Local Examinations.
Studio:
Put Dope on Her Pillow
Regina, Bept, 37.—Charged with at
tempting to chloroform a lady pns-
Benger on his train, William Patrick'
Lynn, a Q.P.Bi brakeman, was today committed fpr trial.
iinil wns asked for and Hxcd in tho
sum of $10,00(1 whioh 1ms tint been
raised, Tlio defence Is being undertaken by ,I.1<\ Frame, acting under
Instructions of the Brotherhood trf
Trainmen, of whieh society Lynn
Is a member.
I Between Hfedlclno Hat and Swift
Current, Mrs. Blanchtlowor says she
awoke with a choking sensation just
in tiine to see nu nrm withdrawn
from the curtains, caught sight, of a
trainman's lantern nnd a uniform,
siu-h ns trainmen in the (i.r.lt. wear
The smell of chloroform was around
hor, and arousing her husband in tho
berth opposite, she Informed him of
what liml happened,
I..vim was today charged with 'having unlawfully and with evil intent,
tried to use chloroform or otherwise
stupefying operating drug on Mrs.
Blanchtlowor.
While tlm O.P.R. officials arc extremely reticent, it is said thnt tho
energy with which the charge of
chloroforming n linly passenger is bo
Ing worked up against Brakeman
Lynn, no expense having been spared
in bringing witnesses -rom tho old
country to testify in the case, is due
to the fact thnt several complnints
of similar character have boen mndo
during the present senson, and tho
company therefore decided to break
up what appeared to bc a gnng operating on buly pnRsengees in sleepers
of transcontinental trains. On tho
very train i n which Mrs. Blanch-
llower claims an attempt was made
to chloroform ber, two other similar
complaints are alleged to have been
made, the object of which wns Undoubtedly robbery.
A National Newspaper! Rats!
of
THE REVELSTOKE W1KE & SF1RIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct fn>m country ot origin.
WHI DEALERS    ONLY.
EIjSTOKE   1-i. o.
MONEY  SAVED
IS MONEY MADE
Union Hotv
RESTAURANT
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SKiXS      V
^>   Patsnt
Palace Restaurant
RIPLESS GLOVE
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CUTSEAM  CLOVE  for
NO INSIDE SEAT":! to hurt
E03 CF
.. 0TE0TS
The   Toronto   World's  opinion
Second Street tho Toronto tilobc.
I The Globe of yesterday brags
=^< of what u national newspaper It Is;
that its editor, Dr. Mnc.tonnld, is in
Mexico and will write of that Hepub
lie; that it hns a correspondent with
the Queen's Own in England; that it
bus still another correspondent wat-
ching the political problem in tho
United States—that it is scouring
the world for news on important
national work of all kinds. for the
benefit of this country.
iiiiii! A national uewspaperl Its
a national tly-paperl
The  real questions  tbat affect, the
3th, Rood to return until niaioIMl 1Uo 0, Cnnada are at homei
and The Globe is running away from
them!
Thc tilobc is and has been the
most persistent enemy of public —
national — ownership, whether in
cities, provinces or federation. It
has been the friend of all tho electric
lilies in this city uud province. It
! sees efforts made every day in Torou
I to and suburbs to keep the city of
Toronto in subjection to the electric
interests, anil it ignores'what iB going on. Its editor and its able correspondents arc on  another job.
Steadily an organized effort is being directed to split all Canada into
two nations, two languages, and to
secure stnte recognition of one religion, and it sits mum, or rather It
aids the movement. It is trying to
couple up the corporation interests
with bilingual schools. Things have
taken place of the greatest national import, within the past few weeks
ami The tilobc has licen dumb. Once
on a time it spoke out. Now its ed
itor is in Mexico.
.i?S^   Come and
Visit the
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept. 27 to Oct. 1st.
Tickets on Sale Sept.  2-11h   to
October 6th.
Rate : Single Fare and
One-Third for the Round
Trip.
SPECIAL  REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$850
$7.50
Mci
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
■  I
9 :   I
i Uf
A. H. Sing, Proprieto-
* n s rrm
P
:.   15. K.
'iiili'is promptly filled
Work
•OP
F. McCarty
CEMENT  BLOC        ^flUfOllflCO
CEMtHT \ND LIME F(
nip   ni iy   ^iirj
r»  "i   Canada
acta
I'D
In ii  Arm,  i'i 'in *' i
Foot!! & Pradolini. ;LT;S
REVELSTOKE
' i
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*     1.1. O.
$M
%
pei      / 'for Ub<' tje<w3
"'*      Lawrence Hardware Co. Agents
FOH WALK—278 acres fncing Eaglo
River, rtienmous, $311 per acre. For
terms apply to E. A. Harris, 1109
l.nngley,  Victoria, 13.  C.
TENDERS WANTED—To Clear Five
Acres of l.nnd or more. For particulars apply Geo. Mathcson, Dog-
hie Ranch.
" The Manxman " at the Edison
Theatre, Saturday, Oct. 1st. WEDNESDAY,  SEPT. 28, 1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD KEVELSTOKE, B C
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Pap I
1
The Elevator is in perlect
working order thepe 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.
New
Fall Goods
Each day now brings its
shipment of New Fall Goods.
Each day we are busy opening and unpacking cases of
desirable Dry Goods from
practically every producing
centre of the world.
Each day there is more to
see and those who like early
glimpses of the new goods
are finding our showing keenly interesting. These are the
conditions that make the Dry
Goods Department interesting
these days
A Monday
Bargain
The strong bargain attraction for Monday in the Dry
Goods Department is that
pile of Dress Materials at 50c.
To count them over there are
a few Panamas worth 75c;
some of the new colorings in
Fancy Dress Goods worth $1;
and some Voiles worth $1 all
at one price for Monday,
50c. per yard
Fall Ribbons
This season's riot of colorings seems to have centred
in the Ribbons for Fall-a bewitching medley of hues-
The broad and semi-plaid
Satin stripes, and the brilliant
Moire or watered effects are
being snapped up at
35c. per yard
Dressy Belts
The last touch to the Lady's
toilet The Belt. And now it
is the smart, dressy, Patent
Leather, and such a marvel of
designs have been thought
out: The Plain Band, the
Shaped Band, the Gold Insert,
the Paisley Panel, but they
are all in the patent class at
25c. to 85c.
Our New Tea and Cofiee Department nt the hack oi the etore on
the Ground Floo;, ie proving a
convenience. We have a fine
" Hobart" Electtic Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
Ladi
ies
Und
erwear
Early Full Underwear. This
special line is worthy a look.
Union weave fleeced, in nice
weight, white or natural,
Vest and Drawers at three
garments for $1 or each
35c.
The Flannel
s
eason
Autumn on the calender
and in the air already. The
little folks need warm flannels and what so comfortable
and so cosy as a flannel petticoat or underclothing.   From
10c. to 50c.
Bed Comforts
The I.i". patterns ire
beautilul
All the new
designs
We are now showing our
new assortment of Maish
Comforts—the latest designs
in silkolene, sateen and silk.
These comforts are known
throughout the country for their
"warmth without weight". Made
by a special process, of the finest
snow-white cotton, they are the
same downy, fluffy thickness
throughout. No lumps. No thin
places.
Come in and see our assortment
Maish
There' if no other comfort made
that we can recommend as highly.
You will like the Maish coverings, plain and bordered.
$1.75 to $6
Men's Coat
The Now Fall Clothing is
here for you. The trend of
popular fancy denianos that
will be well dressed.
aw*,.
We are showing just now a
nice assortment of early Fall
Coats and Suits.
Get Hume's prices.
Apples, Apples
Appl
es
See our corner window for
the BEST and ONLY eating
apples on the market, that is
the MACINTOSH RED. We
ate unloading today 700 boxes.
Also a car of mixed varieties'.
Gravenstiens, Wealthys, Pippins, Snows, Haas, Unknown,
Greenings, Maiden's Blush,
and we can give you prices
that will save you money.
Fancy Chi
ma
When going in the elevator
Saturday evening you can't
help but stop antl admire our
table of Royal Doulton China,
in Jugs, Cocoa Pots, Plates,
Cups and Saucers, Sugars and
Creams, Cuspitors, Teapots,
and Salad Bowls, all in the
newest and latest designs and
patterns.
We are giving our Special
attention to Freeh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and see the assortment.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ™* Arrowhead
Hay and Flour
Hay, Oats, Shorts. Wheat,
Bran, Chops and Flour by the
ton or by the sack. Money
saved is money earned. We
can save it for vou.
Curt
urtams
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.
Biscuits
See our display of Huntley &
Palmer's biscuits just opened
We give customers the benefit of the money we save by
buying direct. See the different lines. Fruit Cakes in 1 lb.
and 3 lb. packages.
Boys Clothing
The Boys' early Fall Clothing
is arriving. Mothers will find
among these just about what
the boys want this Fall. The
makerc have excelled themselves in pretty styles.
The College Suit
Lion Brand"
MAIL,  TELEPHONE, or BEND
your Orders ! Seed the children
to the Store ! Come youreell, or
bave our City Traveller call at
your Home lor Order*. No Order
too large or too small for ue to
handle. It pleases ue to see that
Customers get the best of attention. Pnge •
THK MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE BC
WEDNESDAY,  BflPT, 28, IMO.
The Manxman
We are Keeping m Touch with
the Latest Eastern Ideas
Trimmed Hots
s,   the  i;. ■
ess.
i
r
,"-i'i:   !
i    '* Fall
i ■■ i   in  stt ck  to-ilnj.
i | solid! d.
..I "The Manxman"
,vlth Vli. Frederic I 'l..i I ■■ and a nol
fiI le '■: *:i   v.ii,  :■    imo       those    rare
1 .    .  I .*; 1   *   il        ;
1111 .. Iiicli will live i.i I In   memui li .* of
the beholden   1< ii|   . fl  *  the     glitter
ul  the atag'e lights has tadoil     and
gono ont.     Thr nppoarance will    bo
I* 'i nblo In many  waj .., nol  tho loaBt
ul which being the comiiletencsa     ol
ih    production and  tho hrllllnncj    ol
tin   plaj.    Tho tour ol "Tho   Manxman" is under the direction ol     Mr,
,1. Cosgrovo, ""'1    oven    woro     Mr.
Clarke unknown  in  thii  section,  this
alono would ho a     itllclent 1 uaranlo 1
ol tho comploti nei    nl the attraction
"The Manxman" w ll he    produced
at   the  I'M. on   1 li   ,11      n  3nl 11 daj
October 1* t
Our Stock Comprises the Newest
Lines at Lowest Prices
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
rvrnvsvuKsun
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PURITY    FLOUR
To tho I                      Puritj   Flour a trial we
would siiR'gcsl 1 wish to pn cure t; 1 test
as ..' i.i- ' '  *  1.. - ■  .                              Vour money  refunded if hot jusl *. ■ ' ■>.!• i"i'ivs"i ; ii to be.
TEA   AIM)   COFFKIO
u full stock oi'  the  leading lines  in Toms   and
Codecs and cai ou ll     besl  values on   the market,
rangii ■ ii. j .' ■ e f 1   11 $J 1" * i *   Lo 3 lbs, i'oi •:' i as a special.
climbing near Golden and Banfl leave
lor  thoir  natlvo country  to      upend
tho  winter months.    Hy  establishing
a  modol colony  near Golden,    which
i will in overy reaped  be ae similar to
1 ho average     Swli a village as landscape  architects  can  make   it,      the
company  hopes t" bo able      to hold
the gui-dca In Uritish Columbia
lho year round,     The company    has
two valleys undor consideration     at
present, but which one will be -decided   upon   will  not   lie  known  just   yet.
Tho r.i'.it. is contemplating build-
ii'   twolvo  hotels  across  thc  eontin-
I during the next year. One is to
in erected in Bt, John, N. It., and
another In Toronto, A new hotel
- also t" bo erected at Nelson, H.i'.,
.1 1 another In Ottawa, Ont, Still
.1 lothor is to lie built in Golden, B,
1 , while the remaining seven will
he   cattcred acroBB Lhe continent.
The onu which Is I" be erected in
* uie,,uver Will he up In ilnle in every
respect.
hnd registry Changes
\ i.-i.,t ui, Hept 27, Applications
inr tho establishment  ol land      rog-
II >■ 1.nice: are nl tho prosoul 1 nne
heinc pressed by the citlsiona ot Nau-
Mimii, Revolstoko, Pornlo nnd Vernon
in oaeh case n vary potont argument
being advanocd tor tho consideration
i.i tho nltomcy gonornl, 1 [on, W, J.
Iluwser.
II   is, nowever. cxtromelj   doubtful
n  success will crown any of tho applications, ihe minister having at the
present   time   In   development   a   cum
iirehonsivo    scheme for the ro organ
ization   and   mure  systematic       eon
duct  of ihe work  of the     provincial
land  registry,  through  which ho anticipates  that   all   past   or      present.
difficulties nn.l delays will terminate,
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New Fancy Work
"Tho Manxman" at the Edison
Theatre, Saturday, Oct. 1st.
MlMa IU..
a. ho^::;.    ( ;h & grocer
Chillies ol pan cil and pressed, ladies
or men's. hhrsl class work guaranteed. Firsl street, across imni the
V.M.''.A.. Ah Hoy.
POR     SALE    Ono    dozen   last   year's
Plymouth     Rock    Chickens,     also
young    Chickens. Apply    .1.   L.
Shirk   It ivelstokc, 11. 0. Ut.
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iiwn<  .-.-;.-..       * . *... vx.»r*iwrwj»v*;'«.T«iKvv»s»*oaarjimBi   club  in   the   World.      Its  membership |
 _   ll0W  .Uirabora  g36,18U, und  is      (lis    WANTED       Experienced Girl      tot
 ... tribated among tllirty-foui     nations,       houso    work, at  once. Apply   at
'     lu  North  America   there are 237  rail-      Tucker's   Studio. te.
road departments,     with 11  member    GARDENING—All    kinds ot    Harden
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KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will I       : *  1 ch   of
for you.
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The membership is up< 11 to the
town's young men, as well ns rail
rond employees.     The doors of    the
\s. Delation are 01 •' everj  yo ini
man who has an ambition In      life.
it    tends     for     one thing,  the    all
j    round  development    of    man,  sir t.
mind, body,
On  Monday   evening,  > n tober    Bnd,
th   Pall Op n 11    will take plac'e, Mr.
II   B, Monroe, physical direct r, will
,   of thi    •■** nil ■'.- enti r-
rs,     Intermediates
n .li      i" if, ini    on       the
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Lawn  making  a  specialty.    T   Newell, Box nt City,
POR    SALE—A   Washing      Machine,
nearly   new,   $5.00,      Apply   Mrs.   1'.
Hooley,   McKenzie   Avenue. Ic.
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Miss Edith Wriglt.y
South KiixstNOTox, Kv .
Art  Master's Certificate
N prepan ■ to i eceivc
pupil'' for ilrawiiiK und
painting.
I'oi putuiit:its npply to
MISS EDITH WRIGLEY
Care Mrs. Haggen
Everyone knows thai Ihis Stun' is headquarters for Fancy Work and materials,
Wo carry almost everything you need for
any kind of work. We have just opened
tt now lot of all the newest designs, including a lot of ready worked pieces.
CUSHION TOPS
We aro showing a bin' range of these In
Floral, Mission and Conventional designs.
STAMPED  LINENS
Anything you may want in this line, and
if we havo not not it in stock, we ran
stamp it for you. Centres, Doylies, Night
gowns, Corset Covers, etc., on any material.
STAMPED   TOWELS
We carry a largo range of Fancy Linen
Towelling, and can stamp yon any pattern you may select. Berlin Wool in all
colors, Heltiing's Embroidery, Silks, in
Kilo, Royal, Hope and Knitting, Peri
Lust a, D. M. C. Embroidery Cotton,
Klostersilk, etc.
Come and See Our Display. We
will be pleased to Show
You Our Goods
TTlZJ&tnan,
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Hall  Caine's
Touring Success
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WHEN  YOU WANT
Good Bread
--and vnu should insist upon Retting tlie hest, nt nil
tlmefi—get ours. Our reputation for good breed is not
tbe result of chance. Our customers arc satisfied tint
ours is tli" most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it nml you will heonme a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also In keeping with our la-eail.
G. W. Bell
P. O. BOX 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
ew Hatels
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FREDERIC CLARKE
1 Mctn poll tan cist
Edison Theatre
Sat, Oct. 1st
A  Square Deal
By keeping in close touch with the outside nun kits, and
bv buying often, we arc always In a posltiou ii> give yon a
''square deal. I'l.h.lKi'. NOTK -Although the priii- of
milk nml ci cun has gone up, we still have some to offer al
olil prioes.   Phone 93.
McIntyre   & Son
We Deliver lo All Parts <>f tbe City.
COAL   COAL    COAL     I
Best Lump Coal for Sale, also Furnace
Coal   Orders promptly attended to
S. G.  Robbins,
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6ews  Drug Store
Neil  Hti'r" Bloh
t Coffee to ulii
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Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
PHONE    60
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Buckskin Cloth Shirts
Cannot Rip
Thn truU'l   gu«r»nH-* i» attached  !<•
aaefa M UK. Buckskin Cloili Shirt
Your Dealer Sells Them
Cumriiings Transfer Go. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Baggage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phone   276 REVELSTOKE,   B.C. Night Call 71
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