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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
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nterior Publishing Co., Agts.
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PRINTERS ANU PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16-No. 74
REVELSTOKE. B. C. StPP. 21, 1910
Shooting Season
Requisites
You may require   something   for
the Opening Day
Shot   Guns.    Double    Bar-   t\()     IP
Shot   Gun   and    Rifle  Com-    frOC ftfl
bined - - $£O.UU
Singled-Barrelled Shotguns   (M ft   IID
Selling at M> ■ W   ur
PUMP GUNS — Remington,   National,
Winchester.
Loaded   Shells,    Cartridge  Belts,
Shooting Coats and Vests.
All the very Latest Models in
Rifles—351, 401, Mauser, Remington Auto, 22-Calibre in all
makes.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperia! Bank of Canada
Hoart Otf ico - Toronto, Ontario.
& Capital Authorized
gi Capital Subscribed
|j Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
5 S"0,000.00
5,bo.,.00.00
Branches or Agents .'it all principal points in'Caniida.
Agenta in Great Britain and United States—London, Kngland,
Llojrdi Hunk, Limited. (.'hiuugo— First National Hunk, Corn Exchange Nation*! Hunk. Hi'.iltlu—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Hank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bunk.
Savings Sank Department
Deposits of Sl and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from dale of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. 8. McCleneghan, Mgr.
\mssmmm
NOV  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.
A SHIPMENT OF FALL GOODS
JUST TO HAND
flies' and Children's Wear, including Underwear,
and other seasonable requirements.
MUS.   A.   G.   CHICK
TWO DOORS EAST OF EDISON THEATRE
PROGRESSIVE REVELSTOKE
pair, refitting ami decoration work
in the Union. A concrete basement
land foundations arc being put in,
'and metallic ceilings, wiiilc   a   new
Active Building Operations Un^J^JLt^^^
baths and a new furnace arc also
part ot the scheme ol general iin-
No stronger or more healthy dem- provoments. Thc dinning room is
onstration of thc solidity and pro- well up-to-date and open day
gress of the city or of tbe unbounded night. The accommodations toi
faith of its citizens In its prosperity ' guests will  be  Increased     by
Prosperity
i
Fine Display by Messrs. C.
Hume & Co.
Messrs.  0. 11.  Hume & Co.
held
fo
can bc wished for than that the
large amount of building nnd cun-
Istructton work that is going on al
the present time. Contractors and
carpenters all state that this has
been the busiest yenr almost in Rev-
elstoke's history, and not only has
this been the means of employing
hundreds of men, but nlso has been
a great factor in showing that Revelstoke  hns  proved  ber  worth      and
be  increased
large rooms.
OUMMINGB l.IVKKY  STABLE.
I 1). McCarthy has worked wonders
in tbe building formerly the K.lis.i:!
Parlor Theatre, and since moved by
11. P. Oummlngs to its prosont site
The entire edilirc has been improved,
and altered anil now consists of a
stable for IG horses,  buggy      house,
! arge show room for buggies, etc.,
ollice and store room, besides living
is adopting n   policy of    permanent rooms overhead.     The whole is very
work. conveniently  arranged,   yet none  too
BANK OF COMMERCE. large for  Mr.    Oummlngs'      rapidly
Rapid  progress  has     been      mude growing business.
with the building,  which  nas      been NEW BEGBIE  SCHOOL,
well carried  out by  Foote  & Prado- i    Completed this summer by    B. Mc-
lini.     The structure     has a     hand- Carthy,   the  Begbie    school       aouisu
some  and imposing     front of      rich is a handsome, roomy structure, well
design,   while  the    interior      fittings built and conveniently arranged,
and appointments  will  be  the    best
and their annual Fall Millinery Opening
yesterday afternoon and evening and
have prpplded for the ladies of this
city the most dainty and comprehensive showing ol Kail fashions. If
ono is to judge by the variety and
assortment, of styles, tlio extent of
the stock, and the excellent taste
shown in tho patterns anil colorings,
it is safe to say that Revelstoke is
well up-to-date In tbis particular
branch of progress. A large crowd
attended both afternoon and evening
yesterday, and considerable business
was done. The millinery department tlii*- year is under thc management of .Miss Braunan, of Toronto,
ably assisted by Miss Urace Somes,
and Miss M. Fleming. In addition
to the creations of tbe Canudinn mil
lincry houses, one sees Imported patterns  from    Paris,    New    York    and
obtainable. Tbe bank will probably
be ready for occupation about December. Although tne Bank of
Commerce has been here but a
short while they have with their accustomed enterprise launched
into the present new structure convinced that Revelstoke hns a big
future and on the high road of prosperity.
HOWSON BLOCK
This line and imposing pile, by far
the biggest building in the city, and
one of the largest in the interior,
makes a tilting structure for the
corner of McKenzie avenue and    Sec-
! Chicago.     To describe the many dif-
OENERAL WORK. forent shapes, the new ideas In trlm-
A  large amount   ol  small   work  has   ming, and  tho  beautiful harmony    ol
been going on all the summer,      tho   color,  would be a well nigh     tmpoB-
principal items being the new terrace !sible task,
ol bouses on Sixth street, built for
A. McRae, by O. W. Abrahamson.
out These houses are all modern and
veil fitted. Considerable improvements have been made to all the
down town hotels, the Contral and
Oriental now being two of tiie finest
in the province. The Vietori, lias
a large new kitchen erected tbis y ar
Many other residences have gom- up,
the principal one being that ol P.
Bourne on Second street, west.
While on  the subject of     Improve-
ond street. Mr. Pradollnl, the con- ments it is necessary to laud the infractor, is pushing the work ahead, i erprlse of tho city on its BCheme ol
and when completed the block     will   permanent public workB, such ns thu
be a magnificent building, a credit
to the firm who owns it. Such busi
ness blocks as this demonstrate the
commercial strength of Revelstoke.
THE NEW SCHOOL.
Rising proudly amid its rather
[lonely and Isolated surroundings, the
new city school is   rapidly     ncaring   their home town.    Revelstoke is now
!competition,  and Foote  &  Pradollnl   well equipped  with  nil       the    bit isl
new sewer system, new water supply
ystem, power dam. power bouse and
mproved electrical machinery, as
| veil as thc new system of street,
ighting.      All   these  works arc m * (I
orials  >
energy
Many of the styles are
extremely large, many are modern
and small, and there are tbe daintiest, chic little Turbans ever shown.
One is Impressed particularly with
the fact tbat whether the shape be
large, small or modern, it has an
extremely large bead size, and often
a mushroom or some other sort of
brim coming ovor the face. A few
of the brims are turned up several
inches on the left side. In Turbans,
the striking style is the high sort
of a real peach basket shape. This
is at least SO per cent, taller and
larger in circumference than that
ot the  sane style last year. The
Hindoo Turban is still a great favorite in felts, and Paisleys. More
ribbons than usual are shown in the
trimmings  such  ns  Persian,       Cash
mere,  black satin, etc.    Large  wings
d civic  enterprise,  unbounded  are a great lent ure for general  wear,
and faith of the citizens      in   Ostrich  feathers,   willow  plumes,  aigrettes, pompoms and .[lulls are much
Worn.      Ornaments  are    used       very
having the work  well in hand.     Thc public utilities,  nnd  as such      ranks liberally,  especially  tbe  metal       and
design  is  handsome,   of a  solid    yet among  the  foremost cities  ol  U.   C. 'stones  of    rather    Barbaric    design.
graceful architecture,  and a splendid Such  a spirit  of  progress is a ti-ial- The  lending colors are black,  purple,
addition to the permanent structures thy sign; our people have put.  down brass,   bronze,   French    blue,     taupe,
of tbc city. that  old  canker  of  strife  end   .in.ir- sand color, mulberry, new Bhades    of
QUEEN'S HOTEL. reling nnd nre getting down to b-isl- brown,  old  gold  an.l burnt     orange.
McSorley Bros, nre making extens- ness; to building up their city;      to On the whole dark bodies with light
ive additions to thc    Queen's hotel, xtending their commercial  Interests trimmings seem to bc most popular,
and bave erected n fine,     substantial and working  together for   thc    goo.! One very pretty hat wns a mushroom
block adjoining the old building.
Tbe new structure consists of basement nn.l three storeys, faced with
sp.'ak in Selnirk Hall, Friday, Sept.
rooms each fitted with electric light,
hot and cold water, stenm heat, tele
phones, etc., will be included, while
a full installation of closets, bathrooms and sanitation will bc put in.
Large lire escapes are constructed at
of  "Our City.
Y.M.C.A. Notes
The Junior, Senior and Intermed
iate classes will begin Thursday evening to practice (or the formal op
eniug which will be announced later.
The gymnasium committee expect
each end of the wide corridors.   The  large attendance at  all classes
season. There will be classes
1 year
class
interior finish is in hard first clnss
lir, thc bed room suits being mahogany, On tbc ground Boor is a spacious handsomely fitted bar with metal ceiling, ami mosaic tile floor. A
suit of rending and enrd rooms adjoins this while a tine toilet room
fitted with the latest, sanitary arrangements opens out from across
the passage, steam heat is supplied from a large furnace in tbe basement for the whole building. A feature of tbe work is a new ventilating
system which will take all used and
overheated air away. Thc basement is of solid concrete, divided in*
th..;
  for
all men and boys from 11 years of
age to i'N. A beginners class will
be formed lor new men. Classes will
be graded according to the ability ot
tho men.
The following schedule has been
arranged:
Juniors:—Monday, i IS to 5:80 p.
m.; Wednesday, Yd'' to ■' B0 p.m.;
Saturday, 9:80 to 11:80 a.m.
Intermediates      Monday, 7:30
:i p.m.; Friday, 7:30 to 9 p.m.
Seniors      Tdcsday, B t" lu   p
Thursday, 8 to  10 p.m.
Junior Business   Men:—Monday,  ll
black with velvet crown, black lace
trimming with a white owl head.
White rolled Heaver, with Osprey nig
r.ite.       Handsome black    Cavnllere
witli white Osti [ch plumes.
Tin* Symphony Orchestra was in
t tendance last night ami gave a
woll sele. te.l programme of musici
The whole display was tastefully arrange.1   and   unite  the  best  thnt  this
linn hns ha.I yet. Wo cannot close
without    mentioning tho conspicuous
Chanticleer   effects   whieh   drew   much
attention.
CP.R. Annual Report
to
111.
to store room nnd liquor room, coal  .to 02 a.m.; Thursday   11 to 12 a*,.
the      Senior    OUBlW       d.n      I uesiiny.   u
rBnk 'to   12 a.m.;   Friday,   11   to  11! a.m.
1    Busy Men:—Tuesday,  7  lo  » P
bunkers,  etc.     When complete
new  wing of the Queen's will
among the best and most up-to-date
iu.;
hotels in the west.  Everything ot the   Friday, 7  to 8 p.m.
(best is being put in and no expense
spared t" ensure safety, 'Omtort, cl-
legance and convenience. The proprietors deserve great credit for
their enterprise aa I the excellence ot
their new building.
HOTEL WIND80R.
J. Laughton and C. Tapping,   the
Baseball:—Wednesday.  K to '.I  p.m.
Leaden   Tbut«day, 7 to s p.m.
npen night:   Saturday, s to hi p.m i
Special   i'.i' let   ill   v.i "sil i n:-,   tunib
ling, In.linn club Swinging  and heavy
ppnrntiin will he lormed. Indoor
athletic competitions will occupy a
large pari ot the gymnasium work,
he .1 triangle
Nelson,
new proprietors ol thc Windsor hotel   11 possible there will be   ,\
tare making extensive alterations ami  meel   between ihe Calgary
The     nd   Revelstoke associations,
being I    The   physical   director     would     like
card   to  meet  all   men   who  are   int's    t. !
lie-   In  gymnasium work aud assign them
Improvements to the building,
whole ot the ground  floor is
remodelled,     sitting      room,
room,  modern  lavatories,  etc.,
Ing  fitted,   while  the  bar   is
i lengthened and a     handsome
constructed.      Heiter  facilities
the main  entrance are being
to classes.
Big Logging Cintract
E.  R.  Vlpont has received
from
being
office
for
  made,
nnl new bath moms upstairs will bo
installed. Bewerage r,,imec?ions are tlL, NnUiral Rejources Securitlst Co.
being put in and the whole hotel tl„, conlnit.t [,,-* taking all the mnvh
thoroughly    redeoorated  and  Improv- 'stable timber off the large  tract  ot
ed.     A  bus will  in future   me. t    all   land Owned by the I ipnny In      the
trains. The kitchen has hem re-or vicinity of Nakusp. The contract Is
gnnized nn.l better facilities for to ,,„ M)II1pictod in a year's time,
handling    the     menU to the dining  Bn(]  it  wm  yp.pi  2,li(!0,<ioo feet
Sept. lGtli.—The annual
report of the C.l'.R., just issued In
pamphlet form, contains some, ii urea
which have not hitherto been published. The working expense ol the
year amounted to 64.88 per cent, of
the gross earnings and In the net
earnings to '.':.l.i:2 per cent., at compared Wll 09.98 end 311.08 per cent.
respectively iu 1909. Hales, of agricultural laai during the year aggregated 976,080 acres for $14,408,664,
being an average of $14.84 per acre.
Irrigated laml brought $26.69 per
ho that the average ol tho balance
was $12.78.
I'l nipaiiy will expend $8,600,000
on the eastern section of tho irrigation block lo provide water, the
work to extend  over three year*
imi    I the total earnings for    the
year       ol       $94,989,490,      pa- 111  81 *
brought  $24,812,080;  trriglft,  $60,168,
NK7,   sleeping cars,   express,  etc.,   $!),-
226,686 ami malls     $791,746. Tho
number ol passengers carried was
12,173,H'.H, against 9,784,860 a year
previous. Tons ol freight can ied
]UmP<d in a year from 16.649,616 to
10,651,368 tons.
Alpine Fip Fails
BrlSg,      Sept.  20.— Although       the
authorities tarbado   aviators Chaves
and Weymntiu to make tho flight to
dny, owing to adverse weather, th"
lard men are determined to Htnrt
lhc  lllghl  over  the  Mpl as soon      as
in  the weather permits. Chaves reached
^__^....._ ...a**************************— „.,,   a  height of seven  thousand  leet  yes
room     adopted.     Two large electric   HIlW  ,,„„,    , i  railway   UN,    Ud ^  ^^ ,„,. ,„,, „„„
signs  will   lie  set   up   which  mil       bo   3000 telegraph   poi, s.      Ibe  logs    ale     _ _   _        , ....
■een all over the city.     The proprl-  to |IC delivered nt tbc   Nakusp   saw
mill. I
elors report excellent business, nnd
when the whole work is finished, the
WlndSOl will be one of tbo liest
1 1:1   the   inlei lor.   II.   Md ,11 tbv
has the Contract   lor the  work.
UNION HOTBL.
Ltveeque ■.< Walsh, proprietors, are
carrying out a system of general rc-
ploii Pass before bo was forced to
descend. In a gale, Weymnnn's machine was smashed.
$2.50 Per Year
I   Havo somo ol  those  citrons    sent I   Two  *,.,,*„ ,cmi|H    ,,,ll(,llll!„1.      ,,,„
,"P   '"""   Mrlnlyrc's. ,,,.,,     ,,„     ,„   ||lc,  Oonvontion   ,,,       ,1„.
An excellent programme of pictures Canadian Manufacturers Association,
will be Bhowu at tho Edison Thoatro to ho held at Vancouver, passed
tonight. through hero on Monday.
Where to get your supplies
for the Hunting Season.
Our stock of Guns, Rifles,
Revolvers, Ammunition,
Hunting Knives, Hunter's
Axes, Match Boxes, Leg-
sings, 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. ^
ourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Three
Con; rat n
Senses
IZSSEB&Wm?,S£*»2E«SSS*3*S«S33233SS
1 "Walk-Over" Shoes
I
1
I
$ Hearing
p3 Seeing
IB Feeling
1
Walk-Over
Prices
$5.00
$5.50
$6.00
$6.50
Id
re   appealed to liv WALK-OVBR  Shoes.
What wiur ears have heard and your eyes have
seen,    your   let   will   feel   to   be    true   when
.-fcj you jail on your lirst pair.    Why   not   let   vour
5v3 next ones be WALK-OVERS.
6$]     McRae Mercantile Co., Limited.
m
HBBSB
CHO!CE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
We sell the choicest cuts of Lamb
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Lovers of Fine Poultry will appreciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
Under New Management
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Win. Boyd, Proprietor
The    Greatest    Health    Resort    on    the   Continent
Natural Hot Water in Baths
Open All the Year.    Natural  Hot   Water
124 Degrees of Heat
Rates from $12.00 lo $15.00 Per Week
Ice Cream «< Soft Drinks
All  Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL  MIDNIGHT Fags 9
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE- BC
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.  21,  1910.
Z\ c flfcaiUlberalo
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY  AND
SATUBDAV  AT
REVELSTOKE. B.  C.
3ntcrtor pmbUsbino Company
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including postage to England, United States
and Canada.
Bj the rear [through pootpfllcel $2-50
Quarter " " "   LOO
J JB    HINTING promptly eiecuted at reason
able ranee.
TEHkS—laah.   SutMcnptlc i« parable tn ad
ranee.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Lega notices 10 oaota per line fln-t inuertlon,
AoenU per line each -ubeeoucnl iiiMirtion
Measurenlent-J Noupanel 112 llUM make one
Inch!- Store and general buiuneM an*
nouuocnieuy P-X iter inch per moiuh
1'reterred positions, ii per cenu ad
ditii a»L Hir'. ha, SurriaCM and Dca he
Sue.   each   ln-vrtion.
Land notiueo tT.Ju All advcrtkonicnUi
•subject to the approval of lhu management.
Wanted and C-uuduiiM.-d AdteriineinenU:—
Agenll Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations
wanted. BlluatiODi Vaeant, ieiicherd
Wanted, Mechanic! Wauled, 10 words or
lexi lie. each additional Hue lu cents.
Changes in standing advertu-ement* must
oc in oj 9 a. m. 1 uesdaj and Friday ol
atch week to leoture good display.
OOBRBJPONDKNCE invited on matters ol
public interest. Communications to t-al
tor must be accompanied by nauic ol
writer, not nece-aaruy to publication, but
as evidence ol good faith. Correspondence
should be brier
HAKVEY, McC'ARTEK
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Imi i:ki u. Has* Buildws Hkyei.-
BIO**, B, l*
Miner to loan.
Offices-BeTeUtoki. B.t ,   I mob-rook. B.C.
Uao. i. McCaaikH .
Revelstoke, rraubtook
lylLLUM 1. BKltitib
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor for:—
Thb Canadian Bank of Commerce,
The Molsons Bane, Ere.
FIRST ST.,   -   KEVELSTOKE. B.C.
I jUBKHi' SMirH
Provincial Laud Surveyor,
Mining Suiveynr
Engineering
McKbnzib Avenii;
Box 1U6, Kevelstoke
cT w. _o_w.
Mountain Viow Camp. No. M9
Meets Sec. nd and Fourth Weduosdsjs in
.401. month. inS-dkirk Boll. Visiting Wood-
■jen cordialij iu.uou io attend.
W  E OSIiURSE. Con. Com.
JAS   McIMlllk. Clork.
Kootanay Uodjo, No. IB, * F. • *. M.
The r.-..*■;  ,   meet-
nitf*- nre lieKl ilillio
MASONIC     TEM-
•"filSTTS   HI      l'L£-   iMdfollow*-.'
■     &yW^0t   'J ""
■ W ^^-^^.m1||
--^■fc aWfcjMi^B^K^    are cordially  wol-
■H^l cotne.
J. T. POLLO' K. M»-ti:b.
CHAS. J   AMAN  Sei KkTASI
"SELKIRK LODGE Ti 1.0, O. F.
Meet? every Thursday • ■.smug in Sol*
kkirk Hall at I o'clock
_JViii»ln« brethren are
oArdia'.ly Invited to attend.
B88QDABEBBIOOS. N.O,    J. MATHIE BM.
Cold Rang* Lodge, K. of Pi
Ho. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
I M«"t*» Svtrf Wednesday ex-
cei't th.rJ We.liie-day of each
r.fott, In the o.nfHl ■«*.. Hull
at * oekM ii VUitiu-f Kulghtt
nre cordially invited.
li. A. McDONALU I!   ('.
G. H   UBOCa  k. el *.  .1 -  mil U   ol 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
UEVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   KIKE   AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
years elapse her railroads as well as
her factories may be operated Iiy
Btreama which ttiday do nothing but
add plcturesqueness to landscapes.
B. 0, and Kevelstoke in particular,
possess water power assets that
cannot fail to be sooner or later
a great factor in their ultimate industrial  and  commercial  expansion.
SOHOOL HOME WOKK.
We concur with the resolution passed at the Convention of B. C.
School Trustees last week, disapproving of the practice of giving
children home work, as absolutely
unnecessary. II a teacher cannot
get through sufficient work during
the prescribed school hours, there is
no use trying to b-elicvo thnt extra
lessons at home are going to help
out much. The hours set apart
for school during tho dny should be
ample to obtain results, and when
tbey are over the child rci;'i.ies
something else to occupy its mind.
1/et him enjoy his games and the
hours ol happy leisure in his bonn
circle and he will be all the more
read; the next morning fresh and
vigorous to go on with his studies.
I A reasonable amount of work will
'create in his brain a liking for it,
I but too much will turn his spirit,
against it ns a thing of drudgo.-y
and only to he done because he l.r.s
to do it. Work under such conditions is useless; imt rather cultivate
a real, keen interest In his lessons,
and the hoy or girl will make quicker and better progress. This giving
of home work dny after day is one
: of the barnncles which still cling
I to our educational system, ami is
I too heavy a tax on the mental capacity of the children, it is rather
the teacher who should work overtime; his or her business should not
be merely that of a monitor, who
: directors studies. There is Ire-
'quently too little teaching and too
much dependence upon text books,
and the unaided efforts ol the pupil.
With all our development in teaching
methods, we arc still a long way
from the ideal.
Timber Limits fired
Vernon, Sept. 20.—Mr. M. V. Allen
divisional lire warden, made a trip
to the Mabel Lake district last week
and reports an extraordinary circumstance there. It seems certain
that some miscreant had made a deliberate anvl well planned attempt to
fire the extensive and valuable tim-
bec limits belonging to the Enderby
Saw Mills in that section. At difler-
eut points in a circle of some five
miles several fires had been started
simultaneously, and at places the
man's tracks could be discovered,
showing that the same person had
made a circuit of the limits in the
accomplishment of his nefarious
work. Fortunately a heavy rain put
out the tires before they attained any
headway, otherwise many thousands
of dollars worth ol timber would
undoubtedly have been destroyed.
Suspicion points to an individual
who is known to harbor a grudge
against the company, and it is hoped that sufficient evidence may be
secured against him to convict him
of the dastardly crime.
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS
CLENBANK   SCHOOL.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Glenbank School," will be
received by the Hon. the Minister ol
Public Works up to noon of Friday,
the 14th of October, 1910, for the
erection and completion of a two-
room school building at tllcnhank,
near Nakusp, in the Slocan Electoral
District.
Plans, Specifications, Contract and
Forms of Tender may he seen on and
after tbe 18th day ol September,
1910, at the offices of (!. H. Gardiner
Esti., Nakusp, Secretary to the
School Hoard; the Government agents at Kaslo and Revelstoke; and
thc Department of Public Works,
Victoria.
Each proposal must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque or
certificate of deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to the
Hon. the Minister ol Public Works,
for tbe sum of $300, which shall bo
forfeited if thc party tendering decline to enter into contract when
called upon to do so, or if he fail
to complete the work contracted for.
The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any other tender
not  necessarily accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department, Victoria
B.  C,  September 15th,  1910. td
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 ok Pbrhon
Assessed
Reduce tlie Deadheads
Chicago, 111., Sept. 20—Railroads
in the western passenger association
comprising the lines between Chicago
and the Ilocky mouncains, have adopted a resolution that aftc( Jan.
1, 1911, no complimentary annual
passes be Issued to the officers and
agents of other railways below the
rank of assistant general passenger
agent. This will cut ofl from the
privilege the thousands of general
agents, district division travelling
passcuger agents and local representatives of the roads in various cities
accustomed to travelling free.
Dulliud.Mrs.G'iRlna
Djni'H, V. nnil  K.
Ciinniiiglimii, Al lit.
Cn iw, Eil. A	
i lurtle, Tiioinns	
Evans, llei-bcil 	
Fauquier, Mulvv A.
(iill* ti. Wm t;	
I,indiumk, Cli.i.-*. K.
M.lntoi-li Harry	
Hobei t"on. Kut hi-yn
MuLeod, Noi uum P,
Short Description ok Property
Lot I uiul house, Hik. 1, Town i f Arrowhead
" 8(108, Group 1, Kootenay District	
" l lit, Group 1, " '      	
" kiss,   ••   I, " ••      	
" 1(11)6,   "   1,
"8257,   "   1,
" 8187,   "   1, " •'      	
" 8189,   "   I, " "      	
" 7. Croup 1, " "       	
South Ehsi  li See. 15; N. IS. '4 See. 10; N.W
!4 Si'c. 11, Tn. (i'i	
Lol 8514, Group 1, Kootenay Uiatrlcl	
" 8ii81, Group 1, Kootenay District	
•' 8085,       "1, " "       	
" 80IH,       "   1, " "       	
" 8050.       "   1, " "        	
Sunt li side of Lol £148, Group 1, Koot. Diet,
Lnl 8177, Group]  Kootenay Distiict	
" 8402,      "1 "
" 8501,      '•     1
" S."i(IU,        "      1 " "
" 8508,        "1 " ".„.....,
" 8504,       "     1 " "       	
" 8.*)09,       "     1
" .S.->ll,       "1
•• 8002,      "     1
" 7088,       "1 " •'       	
Taxes
27 46
lo SI
I 111 2.")
HI IH)
IP IM
III (III
12S IHI
182 (HI
820 00
(1(1 (K)
llll It.)
1 III llll
22 80
121 IKI
72 OH
HU IK)
111 Oil
SII 00
88 IKI
11) 2')
■IS IKI
I) (tl)
72 IKI
(il (II)
7 21)
7(1 SO
Costs
School
Bate
[nt'rbst
AND
Exp'bes
10 00
(1 15
2 00
85
2 (K)
21 115
2 IH)
12 1)0
2 OU
8 20
8 66
2 00
a 05
8 70
2 00
11 65
2 (K)
11 85
2 (HI
(18 W
2 00
8 05
2 00
12 1)5
2 (10
12 15
2 00
1 70
2 (10
11 25
2 00
0 60
2 bt)
() 85
2 00
12 06
2 (K)
7 20
2 00
2 15
2 00
1 70
2 00
4 ill)
2 (10
85
2 111)
(I 60
2 00
5 75
2 (X)
lil)
2 0(1
•1 (III
■2 00
Total
■10 20
18 85
03 20
168 00
28 15
28 1)5
1)1 65
115 85
:«)1 00
100 05
178 Po
154 45
20 lill
187 25
Hi) SO
115 :r>
158 1)5
80 20
40 16
22 1)0
54 80
12 1)5
80 60
71 75
I) 80
83 40
Revelstoke, B.C., Sept. 3rd, 1910.
E.   EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR,
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meets in I. O. O. 1". Hull next to
Tappiiiii'• Opera House, every second
ana fourth M* I div in month.
Visiting brethi'en cordially wel-
oomeil.
C. H-.   I ':. U-tENl'K  HARTB.
B«.'>-    H. VV. BDWA8DS
■pOLUMBW CAMP '•
MODERN  WOODMEN OP AMERICA
M*.*'-  e*. ■   nght   in
Odd Y,'. owi 11 ill, : J   -... we»t.
Ail % - -        • ''■■   -■<:•
A. T s   .       '■'.      5. S
C."i" i *   ...
Zbc flfcafUlbcralb
WEI SE8DAV      Kl'T.  21,  1910.
Tbi i.-ar-i   >l Trade have on
loot S e.-nent »;..*h theoretically
is tiesllent but to ;-t  ,t into prae-
tt«  «      ■-   a very .liflertnt matt, r
Tbt l >s :i to form a central      i »
chanf  ».•.:. otlices in London,
and  Nell :   the sale ol all     thc
reall> -       .   ..        :   mints
Kaat K'   tcnay.  To
tbe *-' howsver, •
must   be  tbt c  -  deration  of
district  with t:.f  same  publicity  '
all.  and if this can be MOomplil
and the macac.r.i-    !  I   ■   affair  , ...c
ed  in cm;*' I' Bl ch      fO'M
might res lit. It ii .-ht ue difficult.
os the otbtr hand lor •■•!>• c.ty and
town in thc Kootenai to airree.
According to the Hon Cliff, r I
Hifton. Car ada has beirin to sse
how ei>at an asset ehe has ln her
unlimited wat»r inwer. She i» nl
readj dtraloplng 114,190 h..r.?'-' |
Irom her "white coal,'' navini; (real
lr at thm rate about ill mill:"ii
tons ol black coal, as it commonly
requires twtlvn tons ol this fuel
to produce on? horst power for n
twelve-m ntb« And Caoada It bar.*-
If on the threAolJ ol the itiliza-
lion of ber waurlalle* Belort twenty
WASTE UY  ElltlC.
Much apprehension has been lelt  ol
late   hy   thc  citizens  over    the       lm:
forest lire  which has  been     burning
for over two months near the    J or
I don  Pass. Should  a  high       wind
siiring the city would be In no little
'danger from biasing     bands      being
'carried  over  an.l      dropped     nni.'ii.:
the dry  grass. The  fores:       tins
i generally     whicli    have raged      tins
'summer havo been  the  worst   In    tli"
j history ol the province,  and      have
done untold damage.     Two promio
cut     causes have  been  the careless
ness ol campers and sparks Irom tbe
locot of railway companies,  In ordei
to lessen the number of Bret due   to
tins latter cause the comtn ttee      on
Forests ol the  Commission  ol    Conservation has proposed to  mn
railways   pecuniarily -'
has recommended that thei
ed  to the Railway     Act a
making  them  liable  to  a      line       uf
j: * ". recoverable by summarj
ecution  belore  a  stipendiary  mi
trate  "r  two  justices  ol  tbe
lor every Ure -i.n'.-: I y -. n *■ •
It makes ii
lerence whether I
: ..*).t ol way
then ll
railway-   a I   from  this    tin
■
::  their  Li
, ri  enl tht em     * u ol
mployees      bave
:. t    ihi n    negligence  in
....
in-. •■   maintained   an ell
a:.: ,.;  perl]  equipped staff   ol    Are
rangeri      lr. other words, tht Com
in.nee  proposes   to   lessen  the  num
1  flres caused  by sparks      from
p.r imotlvee    by having the rail
nnod  for the damage t.hey  do,
take  every   possible    precaution
rtvtnt such damagt.
Thm is obviously a lair r>"-nmmcn
Iation an regard* both tht railways
and the public, and the effort, to havo
It made law is worthy ol Ihe publics support.
The CP.R. announce a rate ol 66c.
pet 80 lbs. nn potatott Irom Quebec
and Ontario points west. This lo-*
rate hus been arranged by the company, it im understood, on   acco ml
of the short, crop in Western Canada
in order to prevent an possibility ol
n potatoe Inmln in 11. ('.
" The Manxman"
From  the  Vancover  World  ol  Sat
urday,   Sept.   17th
It was probably the excellent material contain,..! in "The Manxman  "
Ior dramatic adaptation  that cause.1
Hall Oaine to look to the stage     as
the opportunity to breathe lite   nto
Ins literary  creations and thus
pide lor the patrons of the drama a
ol plays sparkling with hums
Interest     and     Bensattonal  incl
"The Bondman,.'     ■■The Chrlstl
and  "The     Manxman"     are cl
among I I melodramas    I l
and In no matter what  /art uf     the
I   they   may   lie
* *   -  *   *
ol the an I thk3 It
■ .    . I  Manager   .
•   n   of
Manxman
• ■   .*
■  *    .
i
class
ii
'
which
inutks  •
■
character study m  Pfte Qiillllan
there al d excellent     *       I  nltlea
b.r   - *  work,  The east   lasl
g wa     ij tl t   vb  .i lair *.ne
and an wat
onsiblt for   ■
• acceptable
■
Lamb I     "  Nnncy
hit young lady     lies
lilted nr.r" than onct      Iui n •
evening,     As "Pete Qti Fred
r-rirk   Clark  hud  a  heavy  and   '
role ■ but despite
efforts throughout we
Miss    Qftbrltllt     stone,  iis    Fannie
Creegan,"    Mr.    nark    n
Creegan," Mr, wheeler nn
Creegan," Mr. Cook as "llliick Tl in
Mr. Manning as "Johnny Tl Ip
ly" and Mr. Darnes ns "Kelley"
completed the cast. "The Manxman,"
which, from n scenic standpoint wnn
wall played, will ire reproduced ng
nln this evening.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given   that   the
reserve  existing upon  the  lands cm-
braced in Special Timber License No.
25848,  situate in    Kootenay District,
is cancelled, and that the said lands I
will he open for location under     the
provisions of the  "Land     Act"      at
midnight on December  22nd,  1910.
ROBERT A.  RENWICK,
Deputy Commissioner of Lands.
Lands Department,  Victoria,  B.C.,
15th September, 1010. td
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that W. B. Robertson,
of Revelstoke, occupation, Insurance
agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described landB.
Commencing at a post planted at
the north cast corner of Lot 2772,
running north 40 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence smith 40 chains,
thence east. 40 ehains to the point
of commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
Dated  Sept.   6,  1910. S.17-N16.
aint no Literary Woman
FOR BALE—80 Acre Ranch. Stock
and Implements, about 15 acres
under cultivation, well wooded and
watered; price (5,000, Apply on
prem miles down      south
track  road. Frank Veltri.        S21 lm
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.
Moving Pictures to-night.
Moving .Pictures to-night.
Five Good Tips
On a Favorite
Are the PATENT TIPS on
the fingers and thumb of the
irfimM
H.B.K. PATENT RIPLESS TIPS
Minle and t-ru
HUDSON    HAY    KN
RIPLESS GLOVE
These lips arc protected by
extra pieces of leather which
CONCEAL THE SEAMS
and PROTECT THE
STITCHING.
I he only practical and re-
iable ^love made Ix-cause it
is positively guaranteed
NOT TO RIP
; er I'iov.*s, tho Ion-
get .i ia worn, the greater the
to the Btitohing, son-
■  le      likelihood of
■i  RIP     i trlctly  nn
OUTSEAM GLOVE, with no
learnt * hurl thc hand,
i ancc
Comfortable Z Hand
Mor - than any other
it\nv .'T made
'in iale hy leading dealen
throughout Can
.1 by ili"
[TTINQ   I 0., MONTREAL,
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED I860
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 BANKINd BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Brartohes.    Interest allowed at highest current    r   .
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
mi
The Expert
Glove
and
Mitt
Makers
of
Canada
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suite, Size 23   4 00 to   4.75 for 2 and   2.50
4 Suits, Size 24   4.00 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25   3.50 to   5.00 for 2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 26   3 50 to   4.00
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50
12 3-piece Suits, 27 to $$, $5 Hnd $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fl l-REFORM CLOTHING THK MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE,' B. C
\vi*:i^ rcaii .'•
:    I
51 BEATRICE MINE
Silver-Lead Property ot
the Lardeau
'Sept.  20.—That  tlio    lient-
-leail  mine, une of the lead
of tlie    Lardeau   district,
(ue work on a large     scale
(mediate future,     was    the
it made lust night by II.  Y.
[n of Nelson, who, with      his
Roy Anderson ol Walla Wal-
., owns the controlling     in-
the Beatrice mines, limited.
lersoi} expects in three weeks
It work a force of men tu do
[miliary  wink and net    tilings
after which the miue lorce
' increased   to ;)ll or   10      men,
Irk will ho directed toward the
■becoming     a   regular shipper
[the     opening  of    the  rawhide
fELOPMENT DHSOHIBED,
[Beatrice mine has had an in-
pg history, beginning with the
id the property in 1897,
|its surface showings were the
discovery ot that great Lar
yenr, when 12 feet of ore show-
n the surface, a showing that, it
limed, has nut been duplicated
ilver-lead discoveries since.
Halms were staked by Frank
lier, Joseph Boucher, and James
focr, nnd the property was early
fed to Beer Brothers of Nelson,
(lid a large amount of work on
the time.
OUTLINES PLANS.
discussing thc intended Immedi-
_resumption uf work, Mr. Ander.
[lie Beatrice mine is situated six
from    Camborne, on the divide
f-veen thc towns ul Camborne and
rguson,    in the     Lardeau country
10 miles  by  trail and wagon
$eni Your Orders
Tu lhe uiu! (signed  for
Famous Ga!i Coal. Dry Cedar
and i!rm!ock
Hre, LiTe and Accident Insurance
Full | u ':■   ' rs of sell cl building
Iui-- give ii upon npplicati' n
At Tho Edison Theatre, Saturday, October 1st.
nays.
"The main object uf the new smelter," states Mr. French, "is the recovery of zinc in the form of the mer
ehnnt.ahle products uf thut metal,
the metallic zinc and the well known
zinc white. The residue containing
lend and silver, will he forwarded to
n i Trail smelter and there reduced
lhat   my    method is a success,      I
ad from Beaton, the Arrow lake proved
'it ot the Lardeau. It is the dup- uay ore
•ate of the Silver Cup mine, in the
l.me vicinity, in both occurrence ot
| e and grade of ore. It has been
perated fur a number uf years, and
'..as shipped considerable high grade
silver-lend ore. Up tu the present
Iflbout $50,000 has been spent in de-
elopment, which has opened up
large reserves of ore. It has been
sued hy an eminent mining en-
leer uf Colorado, S. B. Edwards,
fit the ore opened up will, with a
impropements in the direction of
facilitating transportation, yield a
lirofit of $300,000. Even at the present stage of rawM-dlng, a large pro-
! tit can be made. The property is en-
i tirely out of debt, the boud having
becu paid oil and development is at
an advanced stage.
"It is now the intention of myself
and my brother, who own the Controlling interest In the Beatrice
mines, limited, to resume operations
on the property Immediately on a
large scale. We intend holh to ship
thc ore contained iu the levels at
present opened up, and to complete
the 450 toot level, tap the ore shoot
^and make a connection to the level
afci-aye, so that all the ure can be
taken*1 ..put -♦.hough this- lowest level.
thus saving th* expense ol bundling
the ore around the summit, which is
an awkward matter in winter. " We
plan to start shipping as goon as
rawhidding begins, and next .year
we expect to add to our mine equip
ment, a tramway." .    ,
The Beatrice is not thi only prop-
HERD BLUE RIBBON
Elfish Aviator's Great Succest
at Boston
Boston, Sept,  16.   Mr. Claude Gra
hame White, uf England,     flying     .i
Farmnn biplane and a Bleriol mom
plane,  each equipped  with a  French
motor, has proved himself the champion  ol the inst  annual      Harvard-
Boston aero meet at the close "1 tin
nine days' competition,    having won
the blue ribbon event  of the     meet,
stratory smelter we shall erect     be-   the Boston Globe prize of $10,000 fi '
fore thc snow comes will prove     to  bis harbor flight to the Boston light
the mine owners In the district that   and  return.  He took altogether four
a method has been discovered fur the   first places and three secunds In dif
reduction at n reasonable cost of thc   ferent events,  winning     $22,000      in
complex ores of the  Slocan and oth-   prize money.
er parts of the Koutennys."
ivr    r    n I      i
w. i>. ivobertson
Great Wesl Penunneitl Loan
Company A^eiiej
Mrs. Hermann McKinnei
TetltT of Voice, Pinna and Qrg^n
I'upil prcpired i **.  I' on nto ('ouservaton
ul Music
l.oi al  I'lxmutluilti>::-..
Studio:   Second Street
y experiments with Koutc-
Slnce 1 have come to the
Kootenay and visited the Slocan and
other mills, of which the cbicf values
lie in silver-lead ure made refractory
hy the presence of zinc, 1 have been
mure than convinced that the dem m
1 POWERFUL LINK
International Improvement on
Columbia River
No  porson  was injured  during
meet and there  wns less than
damage to any machine..
th*
$50 I
Talking nlmut the proposed water
connection between Portland, inc.
and West t-lubson, Arrow Lakes. a
Spokane paper says:
"New Canada has come.
"Uritish Columbia balances Now
Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and the
day of political superiority over
Quebec and Ontario is at bnnd for
Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta
"Premier Laurier's answer at Nei
sun, B. ('., to the request that Can
ada make the Columbia navigable
from Robson to tho International
boundary constitutes one of the
evidences of the new Canadianism.
The new project appeals t,, him
likely to result ii
between     Canada
Prairie Fruit Market
1 J. 0. Metcalfe, fruit inspector o
the prairies for tbe 11. C. govern
ment, reports:
1 Medicine Hat— Car of American
mixed (niits arrived here yesterday
from Good .v-. Co., Lethbrldge, shlpp
e.l in them by 11. J. Shlnn & Co
Spokane, tor 11. W, li ■bind & Co .
i<-1iiii. rs Iuu*,*. The in xes were ni
marked, neither with name, grade,
i ler 'ii varietj of fruit. This uul I
not be permitted on tho pan ol th
Dominion government Inspectors t>
allow Importers to oiler lor Bale,
without being marked, In conformity
with tin* requirements .>f the Fruil
Marks Act. It. i= not fair t" oui
growers and ship] era hi II. C.
l may Btate I havo Been Borne from
li. 0.  inu  marked.       Would   advise
,»*&.   Come and   .-sSL
,£L22* fl WW i
^     Visit the     «/
VICTORIA EIIillTIBIt
Sept. 27 to Oct. 1st.
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24th to
Sept. 28th, good to return until
October 6th.
Rate : Single Fare and
One-Third for the Round
Trip.
COAL
SPECIAL REDUCTION
FOR 0CT0BEK DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$8 50
$7.50
lift lise it
The Eighth Annual
Fruit Fair
NELGON,   B. C.
Three Days
\\ ednesday,
Thursday,
Friday, '
September 25,23,3D
hull   ut surprises  in   l''niil,
Vegetables, Poultry, Mineral
I.uniii' r anil ili-hli'l exhibits
$8,000 IN PRIZES
SI'IK THE ATTRACTIONS
PROI*. DARNELL Thu
I'Vui nss Aeronaut, will mnke
a hal nun ascension jiml Parachute Leap dally.
THE LEOJOE TROUPE
Three Indies and 2 nicn in
tlicir unparalleled and re-
liucil bicycle Act.
THE FIVEFL.YING DAN-
VARDS Engaged al nn
i'iiui inuiis expense, lately
featured with Itingllng lieu-.
the aoital mnrvels, in lung
leaping and easting act 5U
feel In llic uiv,
La CatelLi and La Folletla
The Fool anil ilie Circus Girl
Amateur Athletic Spoils
under nu-pices nf V.M.C.A.
lb tiling C' nli .*-'-. Log Sawing, Log Chopping Contents
nml nuiiici'i us Diher nt traction*-.
S ,. Daily I'meiam.
Excursion lUtcsoiinll Trans-
por.aticn lines.
J, E. ANKABLE,    G. HOiiSifcAD,
I'resident. Secretary
P. (). Mux 802,  Nelson, I?. C
O*   *■>.   -'>
XAMINATION      FOR   INSPECTOR
HY'     STEAM   BOILER    AND
M U'lUNEIiY.
EXAMINATIONS    (or  the position
of  Inspector  of   Steam   Boilers    and
Machinery,   under   the   "Steam   Hollers Inspection  Act,  1910,"    will   be
held at the     Pai liament    B
Victoria, commencing November 7th,
191u.        Application and Instruction
forms 'nn be had on application   to
tbc uuderslgned, t . whom tbc former
must bo returned  correctly  filled  In,
not later  than  Ol tober  34th,       1910.
Salary $i;)u.il0  per month,  Increas ng
nt tbe rate of $5.00 per month   each
yenr to n maximum of $180.00.
JOHN' PECK,
Chief  Inspector of Machinery,
New Westminster, 13.  0,
1st Sept. to Oct. 2ii.
Dominicn  Lands
Railway Belt of   British  Columbia
The date lor ihe coming into force
of lhe new regulations bus been
changed,  A new date "ill l«* Bet later.
I'm il fui 11.or notice no entries to be
granted in ihe New Westminster dis*
ii i'i and east of III uge 13, west of
Sixth meridian inclusive,
1". Ci. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, June 29, 1910.
Orders promptly filled
erty iu that locality preparing     to
get on the shippers li-t.     It is   un-  Htates' nn'' ,n"tllnl co-operation  be
ilerstood thnt the Revenue prop-tfty,   twcen Uu' tw" governments in     sur-
owned by B. E. Drew and the Slider   veys'  estimates an.l  engineering  a
owned by  Arthur Evans ami  Kissel  a""eals '" him "s l"'^™'^ to
Evans, both below the Beatrice, «re  aeneiident nctiun by each.
preparing to make their intittl ihlp- I   "T""      >'''ills n*-'" »»   ",t"'":"
ments, and  at  ihis singe give  p-0m-   topruvcineiit  ol  the  I'ulumhin «
Ise of becoming good producers. ha<,<11>  "«ve >"•''" fe»Bil
New Mining Method
A. Gordon French, an eminent consulting metallurgical chemist, of
Victoria, claims that be has solved
the grent problem that has confronted iiiiiiiii;*.'. industries of tho Interior
of B. C. It is understood that Mr.
French states that a smelter for dem
,,.   growers and shippen   Invariant)     to
better     relations   ,l" s°. It is misleading to purchasers
nnd the     United   whether  tbey  are jobbers,     retailers
or consumers.
.lubbers  in   .Medicine  Hut,   Call ai'.v.
Moose Jaw and other points i porl
considerable numlier ol cars "i B.C.
fi nit all arrl\ In In first clafl c in
■ himii.    The It. C. fruit is stated to
l f in .eli b. 11 i  i| ..di y than     nn-
tbe ticipatcd, Jobbers and retailers
nuggestinn of the two nations work being highly pleased with tho pro-
1B| together would not have been 'l!"'* Demand nnd consump Ion are
nade. sally Increased.
|    .«Ie»ntnne   the   Premier's promis   i   Ml'* Metcalfe states thnt our gro«
th* he will ask thc ministei  nf pub    era und shippers  have no cause      to
'•>rks to  have surveys  made  and   worry  about  apples    ns  tbe  jobbers
in-
Inal
ullld
He
the Cpense of the improvements tccl disposed to hnndle uur product,
cstimni.,1 means much to tbe I'n- having knowledge of our puck, grade
citic northwest und particularly to B'"' 'innlity ol apples now, bin
Bpokane. Oanadlan and -American prices will be regulated by the Am-
impropeineics of the Columbia      in-1 rienn product  offered and our grow-
unstrating the success of a new meth  s"rn  n  m*w  W»fl   Inexpcnslvi
od for the reduction of low-Senile
zinc ores will be established ffi» or
near Nelson, and be In full working
order before UhriBtmaB.
Mr.  French  has been visiting  various silver-lead zinc  properties in  tho
to the ocean i ,r the Inland empire,
with wnter regulation of railway
freight rates. Tbe BOClal and commercial bonds that cross the
ary will bc strengthened. Spokane
and the Interior ol Bril Bh Columbia
mtlet *rs an'' shippers must be prepared
to meet their prices for tbe same
grndc and quality of fruit.
Kootcnays during tho past few weeks* wi" ('""u' lnt'i closer touch,  greatly
u.^he mutual advantage ol each."
With the reBiilt that be lias licen
Confirmed ln IiIr belief that he has
worked out a method for the rc-
ductinn ul the refractory ores iu tic
Kool.cnny, Oontaining a comparatively small per cent.nge ol zinc, on a
Commercial  scale,        Mr.   French      Is
representing French's Complex     Ore
Reduction Co., which has been or-
gniiized by huge capitalists nt Victoria. This new method having
proved successful, one or more huge
Calgary will be tht noxl     meet •
Place of the Trades and Ubol  Ci n
gross   ol    Canada in   their   annual
meeting,     tn the   lection ol
l"* '   "I ' ■•'ll  ■"   Port  Arthur.    R,     p
Pettlpl  ol Vancmi ,*r. ,v,.,s rirf),.,i
delegate to the Amu nan fadesjatt .
ol Labor, also a member ol the con
inittec     lor li. 0., as was also     li
■melttri will bo built iu the Kooto-  Kumpster ol this city.
THE FISH BRAND SLICKER
famous for its sureness    &
of doing its day's work-
and that days work is
to keep you dry and
comfortable when it
rains.
SOLD EVERYWHERE
ii stm r/ti uumxr wu mr
Vint   [«^P*«|
TOWER CANADIAN CO. im
TORONTO. CANADA,
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
District ofWcst Kootenay.
Take notice ilml Klia' MeCarter. of
Revelstoke, U.I., Spinster, intends lo
npply far permission lo purchase the follow ne.; described land!
Commencing ul , posl planted on Ihe
easl hank of the Columbia River al lhe
North-west corner ol Lol 83O1, Group 1,
Kootenay District, a I marked "I'.n.i
McCartcr's souih-west corner post,"
thence east *lo cliainsi thence north 80
chains; thence wesl )0 chains more or lesi
to tbe cast bank ol the Columbia River
thence south ale g lhe cim bank of the
Columbia River So chains mure or less to
ilu' poinl nf commencement, containing
;,jo acres more or less.
ETTA McOARTER,
Hi her agent, Albert Forsland.
Dated lath August, I9i0,       aug 17 2m
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF. A.  DE FEO
Residence,    1 , ond Slreel
Telcphon      ioi
I l.u in.c been engaged as innsie icichcr
■ isi yi .11* ni \ ii Ioi .1 I ullcge nnd .11 .dug
been obliged lo come b ick u Ri .clsloki
other biisim -. I wish lo start in this
cil) .111 Aeademj el M * .„*. lining stmlents
for their examinations to Ihe Conservatories of Europe,
Sills      .   u      ,'M  i I IONS
1, Lessens v ill   ,' ut Oil   Sepleilll'er    I.
\fli 1 ibis dale le * ,1 ni   go   011   from
Ihe lirsi in lhe In    .'   ,
ii\e   month   .liu 111; ■   1 tar,   e\ euling
July, when a vac nun will he given.
2, The course 1 Iui will he lauglu contains lliree grade. .1 ihe c id ol each
gi ado 11 diploma w ii In  given.
3, All lie,dis «i|| bi  givi a lu ii idler.
I     Prospective pupils .1 e  ndvisi d  nol
lo take .1 1 ,"n r less Mi in n yeai.
5.    Pupils wishing lo discontinue  must
give .1 month's nun. e or a full fei    i*
charged.
I.     Lessons   nol   1 eceiv, .1   a!    il
pointed nun* must I 1  lorfi ... d,
7.    .Nn lessens •.,   eii on public holidays.
B.     I'ulilie   peril , 1 mces   will    he   en-
emu.iced, bui un   nu   aeenniil    will   pupil-
be allowed to lake pari    wilhoul   li'  ■
taining pel mission ol Iheir 1  nelier,
9. I* innl exitini .'mus ,iar middle il
June.
II' IS I
For two bums pei *        .    ' 1 > ' month!
for onu hour  nei .,   •       *. 1   nionlh;
IInrmoii)  anil   * ism   ,  .       lesson,
* * pei month, 1,    ■ 1.      ... p, 1   -,*.,   k,
$111 per mouth,
A free lesson ■ b< .■ *. n ill pupils
once a month  foi   the   voi id  division   ol
music lime.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District nl   Wesl   Km leliav.
Nolice is hereby given that OOdays
after date heieof i. Krnesl Edward
Hall, of Hereford, Englai d, neeupa-
lion aicbiieci, intend lo apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands, forpei-
missintt to pm chase the following de-
Bcrihed lunds:
Cuiumencing al a post planted at
I In* soulh-west cm nei* nf 11. .1. Ily-
li.-u is' pre-empti m, Cnlena Hay, \\'t'st
Kootenay District, B.C., and maikcd
"Krnesi Edward Hall's N. Y. coiner
post." theuce Hi chains Bouth; thence
30 chains wesi: 1 hence 20 ehains not 1 b;
thence 10 chains easl: 1 hence 20 ehuins
north; theuce 20 chains cast to point
of commencement, containing in nil
lii'i acres more or less.
Dated this I8ih day of June, 10] 1,
Kunkst Edward II ill,
aug 10-OOd II. 0. Hall, Agent.
NOTICK.
Hovclsloke Land Disliict.
llisliiel it   \\ Hot km lei .IV.
Take nol ce lhal I K M Uahrnn of
Arrowhead, 11.c.. occupation Luuiher-
1111111, intend ;.' .1; • ' for| ei miss ,,,, t„
puich.i-e lh" li'i.eu ing ih -1 111 1 11 .and.*-1
Coin.uuu. ing al u posl planted at
the Northwest coruei of Lot nm.
Ihence Si 1 ehains wesl; 1 hence lio chaius
north toT. L. 10076: theuce80chains
east along lhe line nl T.I,. 10070 to llie
Luke fitmre; thence along lbe lake
shore t" poinl of commencement, containing Inur hundred and eighty ocies
mole or less,
EDW lltD.Ml li \IIH.\N.
Alio will ail, 11. I'., .lune ^s h, I'.'l".
j y -:i -in
NOTICE.
Revelstoke l.ai.,1 Iiisii ii 1.
District of \\ est Ku tunny,
Take notii e lhn 1    ules \. Bin 1 11  .
id ll. veisi, k. , It. i , , ccupati'in,
ci nisei, im. .nt Is I a apply fm p. rinission
in nnl chase 1 lie tnlluw in* desci il.. il
l.u.d-:
Commencing at a post planted on
ibe trail leading from McCiillough
Cn i*k 1 ■ i-'ieie Ii Creek, ah ul a i|u u I ir
ol ; mil • distant and In an eastei iy
din . Ion limn Goldsl 1 cam, luaiked
"S. \   Uni num s '•" HI  E 1-' 1 '01 nei  1
til   HI* I 1   1 l,..i    »i   ll    ■!.. .•    wi   .•
80  chnini     ll 1 b  80  1 hainsi
Ihem e , a..;     ' i*i un, *,, point  of com-
I nii'iiccniL-iit,       . ;.'in*. g    010    in res,
i     j nioleol' less.
ClIAlll.l.- Al 1.1  BT IlMlM  M.
Dated August 2ud, I' I I.
I'ROI
Box is;
\. DE ll. 11.
Telephc
When you wanl to cleat your hou:e 0,
flics, see that you e<'t
o
WILSOK:
Fly Pac
Imitations arc always Ufttftufactory.
..•iu.
Prompt Settlement
Revolstoke, u. t.i., Aug, lstb.
K. tl.  Hoi.bins,  lis,,
Agent Columbia   file
Insurance  Co.,   lievelstoke.
Jenr Sir,—
1 hnvo to acknowledge with thanks
cheque of tbe Columbia Fire ins.
Co., for |000.00 in settlement ol my
ilalm for loss nt Salmon Arm, nml
thoroughly appreciate tho manner iu
which this Claim was settled
Yours truly,
8. McMAllU.N.
Mil l< , .
Hi'Vel'.'o*.,,- Land Disl
Disli a 1 1.1 \\ > si Kuoicnay,
Taki in lice that .1 < It 1 S. Bariiui
[teveUti k". li. l 1        1.    . libel.
mti tills   'n   apply   for   |" 1 mifsion   in
1>ii«"'li ise ilie lollo« ing   *      il     lands:
CumiUi   eing al  a  p sl   pi inn d  oil
llie    trail     leading    fri 11,   M* I uli   IIRII
Cl'l  II.    Ill    I'l I'lll   III    11*1   I    .    .1   .    ,,;   .,  ,|    ,;,, 1,   ,
"I 11   mile   disl .1,1   and    11  ■ aslei ly
direction   fruui   i,*.**i-irenin    innikeU
"J.   S.   H.11 nun. .   .'mi   h-wtsl   Colllel
I'' st;   thonCH   s.      '|,-1      hail,-;   thi IICM
■ isl --'i iii .; '..M,:   i-th 8U ehuins;
thence m-si mi , n,  *,. ,,, ,,,,. |,i,,,,, ,,t
coiumi ineineiii   e..1,t.iii,u,g 1,pi acres
Inure or  less.
J11HS S, 11 mini m.
Dated August 2nd. . *   I,
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kepalrsofall kind- nenly carried  oa
Bicycle nnd Oun work aspeolilty
Estimates ufven on any class
of work.
Front     Street, WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.  21,   1910,
•MA1L-HKRALD 3 REVELSTOKE. B. C.
■■■■■• ?     El
Y(
OU don't have
lo own an aulo-
mobile to appre-
ciate   this   superb
Overcoat.
It's one of Fii -Reform's
latest creations — the
"AUTO" and its
military air has quickly
caught thc fancy of
the younger set.
Made of elegant
Scotch and Irish
Tweeds $20. up.  136
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Solo Agents in Revelstoke.
Wtt 1  for Prices to
svelstoke lei
REVZSTCKE, B C.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR  EDMUND WALKER,  C.V.O.,  LL. D.   D.C.L.,  PRE3IDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  GENEnAL Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,0C0,CC0   RESERVE FUND. $6,000,003
HEAD OFFK I : rOi ONTO
LONDON, ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, E.G. RK: 131 xchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Ave 50
In addition to (lv offices
in every I rovina 1 * •
and in the principal Paci cCo,
-" It is thi m m
othc r b inking bu .iness in the I
«-•/-:.3TO<=    B/?4V3'^--4.     H.     ALLE\      MOP.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
1': let N -w M'
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonsld
Proprietor
SIGNS
Pa;
Paper Hanging
R. /.. CRAWFORD
*
UNION HO
Palace i\cstdiirant w.j.ughtbume, prop.
McKenris  Avenue
E.    G.    BURR1DGE
Fruit, Candle*     f rinwnithlng, Repairs,  Hoi Air
Meals 35 cents, Pipo and   Furnico  Work
A. H. Sing, Proprietor W0RK gHQp
Oonnaught Avn.    -    Rovelatoka
™IB!C0XfSN0WSHBES
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE New Line
FIRE GUY AMD FIRE BRICKd      ytirruP Attached
86.50
i     1] ■   iu      ■:    ■       ■       ■    ■
B   ih« loweat |-r.co   fnrch*h
1
i.i'Pi
Fnnt» & PrarlnSini F*    B*   WBI,M
REVELSTOKE
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B, C,
fuaamnmmWm
look:
look
AND
READ!
Actual comparison oi Eastern Catalogue pric-fs, freight added, with
SON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
11
ii
70c.
Kilchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
11
11
$9.60
Ditiiny Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
11
11
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
it
11
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
150ib.
3.52
12.47
11
ii
13.00
.1
1.25
1601b.
3,76
15.01
>i
11
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
11
11
5.20
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
694
11
11
7.20
Dominion Spring
240
601b.
1.41
3.81
11
11
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
11
11
7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
ii
11
I6.50
Wo make our profit by shipping in car load loin, thereby saving freight rules. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in thin list to our store and we
will prove our etatementn.    Remember we deliver goods and sol up free from breakage.
i.   HOWSON  .S.  CO     -    REVELSTOKE, B. C
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Snlarged ami Improved.    Firet-Clnfs in every reflect.    All modern convenience
Large Sample Kounia.
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 $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
T.   ALBBET     ST03STE1     JPJR-OiF
THE REVELSTOKE W3NE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
RFiVRL'STOKiB    Iri. O
. will buy "The Traveller" shoe this
year I .  will  hear about it   hear ir
kers, ami ihey
that  is in it,  from thc last
touch e to the top of thc uppers.
You will 1 r. and he!; news
"The T a his customers
tell him, a   I il agffin because your
own judg t's a different shoe
■ nol only fits, hut
the unseen parts
are built -, no  "sham" in
ember they'll fit—
"niy.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR AMES-HOLDEN SHOI.S.
Oi
loan College
1 /1 r>t r r   tj    .iih/En
NOTH !■'.
■ •i.i   ..I mi      Application
uf a  Du| iii nti'    i'ii 1 ji
■    Lol  I   Block 1, be-
■ ion   2",     ami ;H.
• ..   1   .,1 rn.'
ol  1;   •■! itoke,
'
.   .. ii,ni    ii    ii
• I  11 ipira
• 11   nil. 1    ' ..        lm 1
.1    .In1.1.' III"    1,1    III"
* . Hi"    above
Ihi   niuu" "1  Revel
■ I, which
iny      ol
'in,
\:v KI,  11   ROK
*      l! 1
tl      lliu lul',
Buckskin Cloth Shirt
because IT IS INSURED BY
T *I E MAKERS AGAINST
RIPPING. IF IT RIPS you get
another shirt absolutely free of
charge to you. This shirt insurance policy is attached to
EACH H. B. K. BUCKSKIN
CLOTH SHIRT SOLD. Ask
vour dealer to show you THE
SHIRT WHICH CANNOT RIP.
In it you'll find a heap of
ROOM, a heap of QUALITY,
and a heap of COMFORT, making three heaps of shirt SATISFACTION.
*.-:'<}•' **■<
'ANOTHER:
•  SHIRT ^
H, B. K. BUTTONS sewed on
hy hand—Cannot conic off.
H. B. K. BUTTON HOLES
bar-tacked—Cannot break.
H. B. K. SEAMS all double
Btitchcd and anchored—Cannot
rip.
Extremely large hody and
Long sleeves.
For Sale by the Leading Dealers
Throughout Canada.
Made nnd Kiiarnnteecl by the
HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.,
MONTREAL.
105
New CP.R. Hotel
SHIRTS
INSURED
FREE
It costs money to insure your
life or properly, but it costs you
nothing to insure your shirts,
IF YOU WEAR THE
Tlio contract was let last wj
Willinm Whytc,  vice-president
Canadian rnclte,  for  th* tree!
a new summer hotel.    The bui
: $150,000     will he spent on thel
turc,   which   will he located el
four,  near Proctor,  on  the bei|
Kootenay Lake, 22 miles east
son.   The successful tenderer M
undertaking was the Winnipeg 11
O.  W.  Bharp & Son.  Mr. Sharl
gone to Troctor, and ground fc*
building will ho broken within i.l
days.   The contract calls for the'
pletlon of the building by May
next and it is hoped to have
thing in readinoss for tho   roccil
of guests when the tourist      nc|
opens in Juno.
The new hotel will bc of frame]
Btruction. Considerable stone
cement will bo used however, an<]
large portion of the exterior will!
rough cast. It will bo the first h<1
to he built by the Canadian Pacil
in the southern British Columl|
country. There aro now eight C.
R. hotels on the main lino in
west in addition to tho hotels
Winnipeg and Victoria, but thfl
aro none oil tho main line.
| The chief attractions of that di1
trict are hunting, boating and flshintl
the climato being delightful. Muchl
fruit is grown in the vicinity. Thej
hotol is expected to do a full capacl |
ty business from the start.
During the present season   all tb>|
hotels of the company      have    bet
crowded almost all the time,      anal
extensions   of    almost all the build-1
ings are being planned.
The big hotel at Banfl will be I
very much altered during tho tall 1
and winter and an extensive scheme^
of impropements on the grounds
be carried out. Whon tho season
1911 opens ln the mountains the ho1
tel nt Banfl will face in the opposite
direction from the present and the
trees which obscure the view ol tbo
falls will all be cut away. The hillside will be terraced and beautilul,
and driveways will be built. It is
stated that tho hotel may be kept
open all winter in the season ot 1911-
»12- l„|
The Minto Cup
With tho score ol 7 goals to 3 to
its credit, the New Westminster team
withstood thc onslaught of tke Nationals, of Montreal, champions of
the National Lacrosse union and
challengers for tho Mihto cup, which
has been retained by the western ag-
grcgation against several attacks ol
'eastern teams. The game, which
wns played at New Westminster Sat-
unlay afternoon, marked the first encounter between the teams, another
game being compulsory under the
conditions regarding the representation of tho trophy. This second
battle will take place next Saturday
and the team securing the greatest
number of goals in the two matches
will hold the silverware. To secure
the coveted trophy the Nationals
will bave to obtain a lead ol at
least five goals against their redoubtable opponents ln the next r-
match and unless new material ^ff
introduced ir. the team undergoes
some rearrangement it Is safe to
say that, British Columbia will lie
the home) of tho beautiful voBsel,
which is emblematic of the world's
rliamplnnshlp for nnother Reason.
Shirtmakers to
The Workingman.
1
Tl!)
I m;     \ i.i       \ *.* i
*     *:       . .
Co
r   foi
I   ii,,
I'dU    RAIjK    i    i  arrived '
ol lirnt class ill v  Pii   w I      Kev     *i  ,i,     \w\
elatoko Qenertl Agencies.
lit in
Mn
pet
■
NOTICE
Revolstoke Land District.
l'i  11 H I   "I   V"   i   I. on lenity.
Take notice  11 al   li.  w. Crawford,
I Qerrard, li   u., occupation cnglno-
'•i, Intends    lo apply lor permlssloe
' Mowing described
lands
1 "iini ;. pogt planted ten
i miii  enst    corner
ol 1 pre imp tion.  Lot 7481,
Uienci     tn i    in chains along     tbo
ui .   "I   U)l   74'Jl,  thence
' Ihr ice    cast      40
thenci   north L'i    chains     to
ni' nt,    containing
*  * i  less.
Dated I    ,n,, 1910.
HKi TOH W.   CItAWKOIlU
Located l>  w   fc], lllcnn, Agent.
I   M    log picture! to-nlgbt,
Automobile Highway
The  building  of  a  complete    highway frrm Calgary, over the    Rocky
mountains,    down  the Columbia valley to ffilmer,  on  beautiful  Winder-
more Lb^«.  British Columbia, is   being contemplated, and it is probable
that ttis project,  which will    roBUlt
In nerV.ips the most beautiful   high-
war in the world, will bc undertaken
ii the course of a year or two.
The aid of  both the  Alberta      and
j tlie British Columbia provincial governments and  the    Dominion govern-
'nunt will bc invokod nnd automobile
associations will also bo requested to
aid. The suggested name ol the road
i* "The Automobile Highway ot the
Cieat Divide."
Calgary has beon suggested as the
starting point lor this highway of
the great divide. From there to
Banff, a distance of eighty miles, the
automobile association will lie asked
to co-operate with tho provincial gov
cinment to make a good roadway.
This will extend to the easterly limit of tho National Park, and will
lie a beautiful drive Itself. Then
tbc Dominion government will be requested to take care of the road
from there to the summit of the
Bocky mountains to the eastern limit of the British Columbian province
The British Columbia government has
signified willingness to build tho
rond from the summit of the Rockies
to eonneef with the present road run
' ning Irom Golden to near Wllmer,
down tbe Columbia valley, WEDNESDAY,  SEFT. 21, 1910.
THE MAIL HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
PageS
The Elevator is in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage of it to
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
HUME'
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.
Fall Clothing
The [new Fall Clothing is
here for you. The trend of
popular fancy demands that
we be well dressed.
We are showing just now
a nice assortment of early
Fall Coats and Suits.
Get Hume's prices.
China Specials
Two tables of Fancy and
Useful China and Crockery
going at prices so low that
you can't believe it.
Cream Jugs Spoon Holders
Salt Shakers Fruit Dishes
Baby Plates Sajad Bowls
Butter Dishes Teapot Stands
Pickle Dishos Bon Bon Dishes
Fancy Bowls Sugar Bowls
Jewel Cases Pin Trays
and other articles that we
have sorted out from our
stock.
On Sale This
Evening
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the hack of lhe store on
the Ground Floo;, li proving a
convenience. We have a line
" Hohart" ldectiic Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wail.
Fall Millinery
Our Fall Millinery opening
yesterday was the most successful in the history of the
store.
The Hats never were prettier and more ornate than for
the coming season.
The Chanticler vogue and
Paisley effect are very noticeable.
Fancy KMxnis
A big lot of the New
Fancys to hand, they are
very greatly used for Sash
Bows, Fancy Bags, etc.
50c. a yard
Bed Comfort
The fall patterns art
beautiful
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 thc 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 sec our assortment
Maish
There is no other comfort made
that we can recommend as highly.
You will like thc Maish coverings, plain and bordered.
$1.75 to $6.00
Boys* Clothing
The College Suit
"Lion Brand"
The Boys' early Fall Clothing is arriving. Mothers will
find among these just about
what the boys want this Fall.
The makers have excelled
themselves in pretty styles.
Silk Special:
New Paisley Silks—the supreme idea at present for
Dresses and Trimmings. A
fine ^atin-finished Silk, 22 in.
wide at 75c. per yard.
Fine Habutai Silk in the
new Persian patterns. Lovely
Oriental colorings, 27 in.
wide at 75c. per yard.
20 inch Shot Silk, a decided
novelty for waists, etc., at
only 50c. per yard.
22 inch Satin in the Paisley
Patterns, for trimming and
millinery purposes. A good
bargain at 90c. per yard.
22 inch Tamoline for linings
and Wash Waists, in all colors at 50c, per yard,
Gel Them ai: Hume's
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
Vi'e are giving our Special
attention to Freeh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and see Ihe assortment.
Fancy Q
rocenes
Just opening up a car of
Fancy Groceries, and we are
offering special lines at special
prices:
Robertson's Marmalade,   21b.
cans at only 30 cents.
51b. pails Jam at Go cents.
51bs. Sunbeam Tea $1-75.
31bs. Ceylon Tea -tl. 00.
31bs. Coffee for $1.00.
Seeded Raisins, 10c. package.
Canned Pork and Beans 10c
Fruifc
Positively the last shipment
of preserving fruits arrived
to-day, including, Peaches,
Prunes, Plums, Yellow Egg
Plums. Damsons, Lombard
Plums and Pears Don't go
without fruit for the winter.
Get it now at Hume's when
it is cheap.
Biscuits
See our display of Huntley
& Palmer's biscuits just opened up. We give our customers the benefit of the money
we save by buying direct. See
the different lines. Fruit
Cakes in 1 and 31b. packages.
and
you will
travel in style and
comfort. Ever notice
how many traveling men wear
Regal Shoes ? Because they've
found that Regais look best, fit
easiest and lust longest. That
is why
REGAL
SHOES
are  the  brit   footwear
(or you.    So, drop into
our   itore  for  a   [>air
today.
MAIL,  TELEPHONE, or BEND
your Orders ! Ser.d tha children
to the .Store I Come yourself, or
havo our City Traveller call at
your Home for OrderB. No Order
too large or too small for ue to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get the best of attention.
J Page I
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
WKD.M"SUAY,   SEPT,  21,  lllll).
AUTUM
We are Keeping in Touch with
the Latest Eastern Ideas
Trimmed Hats
30 New Models for Fall wear, pretty
Eastern styles, the latest, just to
hand by express.
ladies' Costumes
Half a dozen Costumes, new Fall
designs, jusl put in stuck to-day.
Your inspection solicited.
Our Stock Comprises the Newest
Lines at Lowest Fnces
REID <& YOUNG
LOCAL UNO GENERAL
Robert Meikle Concert on Friday
■ ;_■:.; at the FUison.
M.J.  Henry,  tlie well known  nursery man, has     sold     his     Vancouver
11 ss I or $80,000.
The W.  C, T.  D.  will meet at    the
li»;tish church on Friday alternoon
o'clock.
The  la lies  ol  the  Roman  Catholic '■
church  intend having n ten nnd sale:
rk on the 18th ot October.
Mrs. A. Hobson will receive Friday
th"   2'.',ri\,   and thereafter    on      the
. Thursday ol eaeh month.
The Ladles' Auxiliary to the B. It.
T. intend holding an Inlormal .lane"
on October 31st. Watch tor particulars later.
R. H. Trueman is now here, and
will be here until .Monday, Sept. 20.
See uur special cabinet photo this
'. [sit,  iJ.OO per dozen.
Messrs. A. J. McDOmll, \Y." M.
Lawrence, Guy Barber anil W. Kipp,
left last niirht for Armstrong to attend the shoot at ilia Armstrong ex-
; ibition.
Charlie Procunier, Frank Tapping,
and Geoflry Haggen, left this week
to attei.i the Toronto University. F.
Tapping will take up a laud surveying course.
At  .**.  .    ' ag "1    Fire  Brig-
B ll *.- 1 an 1 2 *n Moliduy night.
Chief Chas. '*. rahamaon aud i;. 11.
13r*.*ck were chosen as delegatei to
attend al convention "f   U.
i'. Fin   Chiefi  and Firemen    to     be
•   i ■ ...k  ..ii  Oct.
;■ bi I 19      Ml    Bi *'i'k is the    secrc
• • ■   \  - elation.
C. M.  O'Brlci     3i vial.si  represent
:' • .•   VI ei t., Li gislature, will
rk  Hall,  Friday  Si  I
. :■.      ■•• -y  ,.     .-.,., i   ... ,ii   |„.
Slavery and the way
•l coi tial  Invitation   io   ex-
c tizens,   and    straight
*: e given I       u  ! I as of
■ Iml tion free.
:.*   , I. G   Archibald an.'. Mi-
. -    .'.  ■■ arc   on
.,   .  speak ii. the
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g at 8 * '■ .      on
twenty-i       yeai ace In
They ure     returi i |
• Telg •   Lao I again     alt. r   iajoy-
rt '...'■    gh In thi      H mi
! veryl    ly   - I  rlted ti
talk ol tl.' r ex] i * i ■■■ - among
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Meikle, thc    em. i   I
torn ■ ■ *■*   mal
tal tour undt
p.  Wall *
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id Tbeatn    *   i*'i
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with a I ms
ind a pleasing p
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as a Iriend      Mr. Meikle Is I     I
■ ■■'.;■■ alar ty,       \
f >-i
• • el    •   .•*'■ ml   i*.  * '
■-„■    • iprae
Nellie Male ilm, , an it      Thi
; any   ■-■■■■        I   I  •   **ne ait:ht    •*.
■eati ..* ■ * Hint flint.
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet givon Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing su if you wish to procure tlie 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, lo Gibs, for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Is one of the most important items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will look after this branch of the business forjou,
IQooienay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid 4 Anderson
i lelcry is only toe.  per lb. at    Mc
Inly O'S.
Rememliei   the   Robert   Mi
col i   Friday  night  nl   Il»'  lv'
i:   '/.. t'rnwford has    the   c al
for tin     iini Sraj 11 ■
store.
The li   '       .*■'■' ■ I' mei I
, ■   tenders lor thc ei
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Nak i8p,
\   great deal of land     H
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on the   \i\
nlty of Nakunp-
h.i-  bei n  I- i ■
the l'"*i ivlai
vej  Hew ii
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SOLJAL AND PERSONAL
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Edison Theatre Friday Night
Manager ('. l\ Walker, who is .lir.
ccting tho third trans-continental
tour oi Robert Melltle, the eminent
baritone, has been especially fortunate in his selection of the assii! n
artists. The merry jester, Frank
Lloyd counts his friends by the
multitudes wherever he has been. He
[will have an entirely new repertoire
of songs and stones. In Nannie
St radian, Mr, Meikle has practically
a co-star, The favorite Holder soprano returns to this country from
a triumphant British tour with Marie
Hall whore she gave that popular
idol a elose race in tho world ot favor. Her duels with Mr. Meikle.
will be a feature of tlio programme.
No small pari of this company's
past soci'OBS is due lo the superior
musicianship of Nellie Malcolm, the
pianist. She seems I" make the Instrument and player one, aud as a
part of the soloisi. our notion ol
the Ideal in concert organizations is
a company includ.ne ltobort Meikle,
Frank Lloyd, Nannie Strnchan and
Nellie Malcolm.
Mr. Meikle and company will appear hero at tho KMison Theal re on
Friday night ot  Ihis week.
| Howard Douglas Leaves Banff
On Monday evening a number of
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Douglas gathered at the Mt. Royal
hotel, Banff, lo bid Ihem farewell on
the occasion of their removal to Kdmonton, after four y.'ars' residence
iu Banff, During Mr. Douglas' residence in Band he has been unremitting in hia efforts to impress upon
the Dominion government the im
portance of Band and the Canadian
National park, and that liis ellorls
have met with a largo measure of
success can he seen 'by tho substantial Improvements that have been carried out under Ills direction. While
in the future Mr. Douglas wilt not
be a resident in Banfl, the citizens
feel that he will always continue
to press the claims of this point and
ihoiigh not with us in hody he will
bo with us in spirit, and always bc
ready to do all in his power to make
this place the premier pleasure resort in the mountains.
Mr. Douglas wns presented with a
line mountain lion skin rug ns u
memento of UanlT. and Mrs. Douglas
a well lillo-tl purse.
Western Wheat Crop
Winnipeg, Sept. 20.—Mr. William
Whyte, vice president of the Canadian I'aeiiu* railway, has issued the
company's ofllcial estimate of this
vein's wheal crop In Western Canada, based on threshing reports to
date. He places the total at 94,-
700,000  bushels.
Preparing for British Shows
'Uritish <'   imh a'l   exhibit Ion com
n.     onei.  Mr,  K.      Bullock Websti i.
who has been paying a     llyln ; visit
to the  Kooti nay en route homo from
••a t.i ;i i anada- whi re Brll li h Colum
,* ay Bcored the highest
• each     Victi r a early
■   presenl  week, for consultnl Ion
\l ai i'i   Scot i,      the
*..** iiim.'in .   ,
nl
1
linws,
expected I
t will bi
fol    Vlll   1
12th      of I
the
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the full i
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this
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Electricity lor Cro, s
NEW PERFUME 0DQH3
IFIS lilt
Sl .50 a;
KERKOVIR
2.00 oi
D JERKIS
1.50 or
IND IRI
1.00 02
IFFIMTV
1.00 oi
11 ni
Bews  Dru£ Store i
K   .1  'l,-io Bio*.
Are whii
i er two tn '
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orkiii       ; ti..* * amp ol tin*     u  •
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Thi' •        i  •   I... ilal    h    •     ■■''' re
i Human     h.,
■ n'ty   hy II    ii    lent   fia\Incial  olll
i    .i    *.       ,i   to ri    I* uiu of
llevi latol '■ ' Mi* t' i' .inn.'      I   io*.
'      I    lll'l' I      lllll ll ,'||l III*.lit I UIU.
hill*   lh'    l'i ril   ;""      lo   MIM Inli'l
I)   i''n i.-c   ol fm i      ni,* ion. The lo
■ nl i,'*i*  ha' '■ In ■ n rewardod foi gal
nii .i   a • iio* || i* ,,i i, ,i*n
1*1111011     111,1     .'.III I'.I     VU     1,1,1.    iH,*J.
An Automobile Funeral
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.  bead
pei   ih    li     al   Hi ho
\li.   .'..*   |ill I i
*..   ,*,.' M. . Lunlghl.
,    Moving   plOtUTM   tuu llih t
South Africa is sen,;ng a cricket
eleven to make a torn* of Australia.
South Africa and Australia are
both arranging to nnd cricket team*
in England uexl year.
Canada is to s, nd a squad of rowing men  t"  ll. 'iley  next   spring.
An Englishman lias just rowed a
New /."iilan'ii in Smith Africa tor
lhe sculling champii n hip of Hi *
world.
lint Ish howlers have just hen t ilir
ing in Canada.
\ corps nl British hoy scouts will
be parading the streets of Ottawa
this week.
And so  on.
Fire Alarm Boxes
PIKE URIGADE NO. TWO.
Box No. II--1 'inner. First street,
and McKciii'.ie avenue, C, B. Hume
■Ji Co.
liox  No.   i.i   Corner  First      street
and ltokehy avenue,  post ullico.
,   liox   No.   n;   Corner  Second  street
and  Government   Road  and       Opera
House.
]    liox  No.  IT   Corner Third      utruet
loll    Campbell    avenue,    lllohe      ! ,1.1111-
i r.t companj ■
i    Box No.  is   c.i'.u. station.
Box No. 2, Corner Fifth street
and McKenzie avenue, Catholic
church.
liox No. 25—Comer Sixth stieut
and  I ii Ion  avenue,   W.   A.  Foote.
Ilo.x No. 26—Corner Fourth street
and Townlcy street, corner south
truck.
Box No. 28—Corner Second street
and  liohsoii avenue,  Mrs. linker.
Box No. 34—Fire  Hull  No. 2.
liox   No.   35    Hospital.
liox  No.  36- School.
FIRE  BHIGABE  NO.  ONE.
Box  No,   11    Fire   Hull  No.   I.
Box No. ',., Front street wi.it,
near  0,   P.   R.   bridge.
Box No. Iti -Corner King and
Douglas streets]  I'alace Meat. Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Wales  streets,   hack   of  court bouse.
Box No. 48 Corner Third i.i.d
Chas.   streets,   Cowan  hlock.
Signal for practice—not lc-js tiui'i
six   (0)   slow   strokes.
i.ne (l) indicates line broken or
lire out.
Bignals are given thus: 2 sir .mc-,
interval 6 seconds- I strokes, Box
24, No. of box will also be shown
on  indicator  nt  Fire  Hall.
WANTED—Boy Apprentice. Carroll
,-v Co., Salmon Arm, Plumbers nnd
Tinsmiths.
WANTED—hy a Japanese, position
as family cook, good references.
Apply "Star" Mail Herald Ollice 2t
FOB    BALE -278  aire-   facing   lOngle
River, Slcamous, Sim por acn    For
j    terms apply  to   E.  A.  Harris,   1109
Langley*, Victoria, It. (*.
« WTF.lt   Lady
three years ex|
tion.      Address
Box 223, Revel
Si.
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stoke
nogra)
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res posi
Clayton,
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PatsefflK
?Riji^,ilbves!
feurb&r^iHhein''
One Niglit Only
\t  rm*:
Edison Theatre
FRIDAY, SEPT. 23
Mi1, obt. Meik!e
itcli
Wr. Frank Lloyd
Strenuous Sociability
, ii ..I
tndei
l.ick
\ t'liliii,lillll I    no * I      I" *ilil"tll
indi I   ii  i.i * it i  i"   hnvi    P
look ut tbe jld lund.
Miss Nannie Strachan
Miss Neilie Malcolm
e *in H*
Reserved Seats.    -   75c.
Ad ml   nm* 50c.
Children.       -       -   25c.
I
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We have now a splendid assortment of hosiery fur
[all and winter.. All our hosiery is of our own importing, direct from llie1 makers in England and you
will not find bolter quality nor lower prices in any
stoic We carry everything in hosiery for infants,
children and ladies,
Infants' Hose, in black, white and colors.
Children's and Misses' Hose, ribbed and plain, in
black or tan, guaranteed pure wool, from 25c. per pair.
Ladies' IToso, ribbed and plain, every thread wool,
from 45c. per pair.
Boys' Heavy Wool Hose, that will stand the bard
wear of school and play. You will find these the best
in the market.
New Fall Coats
We are making our firsl showing of Fall Coats
and you will lind Ihem strictly up to date in style and
finish. There is a great range of color and we will be
glad to have you call and see them.    Trices Right.
mzs
p
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and you should insist upon gelling Ilio hrsi nl nil
tinn s — to'l. om i. Our tepit! at ion for Rood I'l'i'iiil is not
tha result of chance. Oui cuslomure are salilli'il ihut
mus is thn most Riitisfartoiy In end they can buy.
Try it nml you will liecome a regular customer. Our
(iioci'iies aie also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Quantity and Quality
General Groceries Farm Produce
Men's Furnishings     Boots and Shoes
McIntyre   & Son
Orders Delivered.
Phone 93.
COAL   COAL    COAL
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Best Lump Coal for Sale, a>so Furnace
Coal   Orders promptly attended to
8. G.  Robbins,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
PHONE    80
Cummings Transfer Go. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Br gage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano  Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
rhmc 27G REVELSTOKF. B. C.       Night can 71
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