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Vol. 17-No. 70
REVELSTOKE. B. C. SEPTEMBER 6 1911
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SPORTING GOODS,
FISHING TA^2E,GAMES
WWU,
TACKLE OUR SPORTING GOODS, FISHING TACKLE
AND HARDWARE; YOU'LL FIND IT THE BEST.
OUR LINE OF GOODS  FOR  SPORT CONTAINS THE
THINGS YOU'LL BE PROUD TO OWN.
WE ARE FISHING FOR YOUR TRADE.   OUR BAIT IS
NOT TO GIVE " BAITS." BUT THE SQUARE DEAL.
A COMPLETE SUPPLY OP FISHING TACKLE. RODS.
REELS. LINES, TROLLS. SPOONS. FLIES.
GET READY FOR THE FALL SHOOTING.   SHOT GUNS.
AMMUNITION. GAME BAGS. SHOOTING COATS.
COME AND GET SHOT OR ANYTHING ELSE.
NIVAL STRENGTH OF
FRANCE AND GERMANY
Emptor William and President
Fallieres Review their Respective Fleets
Was It a Meteor?
Ahout 11:30 o'clock on Sunday
■ni'g'ht last a terrible uproar awoke
the crew who are building the new
snow sheds at Three Valley lake. The
men, aot knowing what was happening, hurriedly lefl the cars, and sedr
rie-d up the track in terror. After
the uproar hail ceased an investigation was made when it was found
that a huge boulder, weighing several tons, hail broken loose from the
mountain and rushing downwards
with leaps and bounds, finally cm-
bedded itself in the soft ground a
few yards from the track.
The velocity with  which the bouW-
|er descended shook everything in Hie
and caused  lonsider-
was a meteor which fell and an
vestigation  of  the  boulder will
made to determine its nature.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Kiel, Germany, Sept. 5—The great
U-erman fleet was reviewed by Emperor William in the harbor here
this morning thousands ol spectators
observing the lleet as it continued to
sea  ready for action  if  necessary.
The three newest battleships of the j "eilfhboilK.od
Osten-Friesland type did not join the "ble '!l'am«Re to tb* telegraph wires,
fleet for the review, as technically, \ necessitating thc services of a line
they are still undergoing trials', j ''epairer from Revelstoke. There are
Though fully completed these three !some who are of tb8 °Pinion that 4t
20-,000-ton warships remained at anchor in the harbor and sainted the
Kmpcror as he passea out into the
bay to reach the flagship Deutsch-
land.
The sky at daybreak was covered
with clouds and rain threatened to
spoil thc spectacle. However, the
weather brightened and a fair view
of the great Armada was obtained
whvn the imperial yacht Hohenzol-
lern, with the Emperor and his party
on hoard weighed anchor at 9 o'clock
and steamed out to join the fleet. As
the Hohen/.nllcrn passed down the
bay a squadron of thirty crowded ex
cursion steamers, which ' had waited
il the outes lightship, fell in behind
tbe imperial yacht.
Tba vessels of the Beat pulled up
their anchors as the Emperor's yacht
passed and steamed to meet the imperial reviewing party, every' ship
tiring the imperial salute of thirty-
three guns, and breaking out in a gay
display uf bunting.
The  warships  passed  the  Hohenzol
PEOPLE HRDWHH
In Chinese Floods—-Vang Tse
Kiang ii/er Overt! ws its
Banks-Great Devastation
Hankow, China, Sept. .1—The American mission at Wu Hu has received a report that 100,000 persona have
l...n .Irowird by the floods caused hy
the water overflowing the banks of
the Yang Tse K'iang river.
The' floods are' the worst that have
been experienced in many years. It is
estimated that over 95 per cent of the
lern seemingly  in an  endless column,  crQPs have  he™ destroyed. The prov-
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Imperial Bank of Canada \
Head Otfloe—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized  - - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5,913,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -      5793,000.00
Reserve        ... -        5,79o,J00.00
Branches <>r Agents at all principal points inJCanada.
Agents ln Great Britain and United States—London, England, (S
Llovds Bauk, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Ex- T
change National Bauk. Souulo—Seattle National Bauk, San Francisco-WV.lb Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, -iud  Interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit,   floc-piipondence solicited. V
Revelstoke Branch -A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.    jjj
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the news manning the ships and
lustily cheering when abreast of thc
reviewing  party.
Emperor William after the review
transfenvd his flag to the battleship
Deutschland and the fleet put to sea
•for manoeuvers.
Toulon, France, Sept. 5—The most
powerful fleet that, France has ever
assembled was reviewed in the roadstead here today by President Falli-
ere, who was attendiKl by Premier
Da-Haux and all the members of the
French cabinet, a large representation of senators and some 800 deputies.
Formed in two perfect alignments
were eighteen battleships, six of them
of* th? all-big-gun type; nine armored
cruisers and twenty-five torpedo
boats and  torpedo  boat destroyers.
ince of Anh Wei is nearly all under
water; crops have been destroyed
and bouses have been swept away
from their foundations.
Thousands were drowned in their
homes without a chance of escape.
Others tried to reach tbe high ground
only to be cut ofl by the waters,
which with incredit-able swiftness,
covered them, in many cases persons
who tried to escape on horseback
were overtaken and drowned. All
year the valley of c.ie Van Tse Kianj:
has Iwen filled with water.
Fall blouses and Skirts
A shipment of the above just received
—all sizes and required lengths.
Alterations to ensure perfect fit done
on premises.
Mrs. A.G, Crick, •> First Street
Notice to Trappers nnd Huntsmen
We would appreciate very much your grocery
business. Careful attention given to every detail.    Lowest prices, best goods, our motto.
JOHN McINTYRE ts. SON.    Pn. 93
DUKE NEEDED III
CASE DF IR
War Imminent in Which England
May Be Involved-.arl Grey
May Remain
The alarming state of affairs in
Europe and the imminence of war
out of which it ls possible (or England to keep, may render it impossible for the Duke of Connaught to
go to Canada. He is one of the best
soldiers of the empire and it is well
known that his nephew, the King,
relies greatly upon him. In the event
of his royal highness not being able
to leave for Canada, his excellency
Earl Grey would probably be request
ed to prolong his stay at Rideau
Hall until  further advised.
Special Prizes
We are offering 100 pounds of ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
for the best and 50 pounds of ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
for the second best loaf mado from ROBIN HOOD
FLOUR at the Revelstoke Fall Fair Sept. llth and
12th, 1911.
0. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
QROOER & BAKER
Phono No. 33
May End Coal Strike
A feeling thai the trouble at the
jC.l'.R. mines at Hankhcad and Oam-
I more is being caused by the way 1-n
which the manager is dealing with
the men is prevailing, and a rumor
has heen in circulation for the past
few days to the eflect that the arrival of Sir Thomas Shaughnessy and
the party of ('.P.R. officials, who are
Expeckil in shortly, will see the end
of it.
It is lielieved that the men have
decided to carry their grievances to
Rir Thomas nnd urge the retirement
of the present manager of the mines.
The time given the company's employees in the eviction notices to vacate the houses occupied by them expires next Wednesday, and it is anticipated that trouble will commence
il any attempt is made to forcibly
eject the men and their families.
Seven mounted police officers are
itatloMd in the mining towns with
the object of quelling nny possible
disturbance.
The Revelstoke Y.M.C.A. footlmll
team played a draw game with Vernon at tbc latter city on Labor
Day. tbe score being one goal each.
Express Agent Short
Although the local officials of the
Dominion Express Company at Nelson, B. C, are extremely reticent as
to the result of the examination of
the Arte, which took three days to
drill open after tbe disappearance of
Richard Reilly, cashier, it is generally umlerstood that the missing man
appeared to be about $900 short.
Asked for a statement the officials
state that they could not be certain
as to the exact condition of Reilly's
cash until the books had been audited and a statement received from the
head auditing office at Toronto.
Reilly's "canoe and clothing were
found at Five Mile Point near Nelson on Friday.
Presentation
Prior to his marriage, which takes
place in Calgary this week, Mr. H.J.
Woodman of thc Imperial Rank was
on Friday last presented by llic man
agcr and stall with a handsome clock
a cut-glass wine set and a gold
watch fob. The presentation took
place in the mess house of the bank
and the prcsentaeion was made by
Mr. P. B. Reeve. Alter the presentn
tion Mr. Woodman made a suitable
reply, thanking his friends and coworkers for their kindness to bim,
and a general jollification was in
dulged in. Mr. Woodman left on
Burnley'» train for Calgary.
The Kamloops Sentinel says:—
"The marriage of Horace ,1. Wood
man, ol Revel-toko, and Jean IV;.11
Standing of Calgary, took place yesterday at the Methodist parsonage
here at 3:3(1 o'clock, Rev. 0. M.
Saiiford performing the cerem >ny.
Thc flippy couple will spend tlwlr
honeymoon at Hie coast, after wiiicli
they will take up their residence in
Revelstoke, where the gronn '.as a
position on tho staff of thc Imn rial
bank."
The Mall-Herald joins with the
many Iriends of the hiitipy ri i'pl< in
wishing them a happy married l;fe
llnytcr Reed, manager in chief ol
the C.P.R.'s hotel system, has announced that the work of rebuilding
thc Vancouver hotol will lie pushed
rapidly and thut il will not take
many months to complete the work.
Mr. Reed Is alBo quoted as saving
that Sir Thomae Shaughnessy hns
authorized the building of an addition to the Chateau at ljako Louise,
wbich will provide an additional 150
room*.
EVERYTHING READY [OR
SUCCESSFUL IL Fill
Entry List far Surpasses Previous Years-Excursion for Convenience of Southern Visitors
The Revelstoke Agricultural Society's fourth annual fall fair, which
takes place on Monday and Tuesday
of next weak, promises to outshine
in every particular the exhibitions of
the  past  three years.
Becretary Robertson when interviewed yesterday regarding the prospects, was most enthusiastic. He
stated that the indications were that
ehe entries in poultry and pet stock
fruit and agricultural exhibits and
home baking and preserves, would
be particularly large. The special
prizes which are being offered in
some at these classes being respons -
ible for the increase in tha number
of entries.
The exhibition buildings and fairgrounds have had a thorough overhauling and extra accommodation
provided in view of the big entry
list. Special attention is being given to the race track which has been
well rolled and put in splendid shape
for the track events. Ed. McAbee
will lie here as usual, from (lo'lden,
with a likely bunch of racers, while
a car of horses arrived yesterday
from Medicine Hat and other eastern points. Horses arc also expected from Vancouver, Kclowna, Hall's
Landing, etc., and it is anticipated
that this will be the biggest race
meet in the interior of the province.
Asplcndtd program has been arranged by the race committee and the
sports each afternoon will alone be
well  worth  the  price  of  adinissi..n.
Some special attractions have also
been secured by the fair management
chief of which will probably he the
balloon ascent and parachute drop,
hy Prof. Cokely. Tbe professor will
make one ascent and drop each after
noon. The Chapman Amusement Co.
will also he on thc grounds with a
merry-go-round, trained alligator fam
ily, a vaudeville show and other attractions, which are declared to l>e
among the Iwfit on thc road. The
committee desire to make it plainly
understood that no disreputable
shows or games of chance will be allowed on the grounds.
As a result of the energetic work
of the publicity committee of the
fair, an unusually large number of
visitors are expected this year (rom
southern points, and in fact so many
residents along the Arrow lakes have
signified their intention of taking in
the fair that arrangements have heen
made with the Revelstoke Navigation
Co., to run un excursion at especially low rates from Edgewood on Sunday, Sept. 10, calling at the various
places en route between there and
Revelstoke. The following ii the
time table and rates for round trip
arranged:
Edgewood, 6 a.m $3.00
Needles.    6:45    il.OO
Burton City, 7:il0 a.m  3.00
Arrow  Park, 8:30 a.m  .'1.00
Sunnyside,   9:30  a.m  3.00
N'akusp, 10 a.m  2.">0
Arrowhead,   1   p.m  1.25
The steamer Revelstoke will convey thc visitors from these points
back to there homes after the fair,
leaving here on Wednesday morning.
All exhibits will Iw parried free of
charge. Special rates have alw Iwen
secured from the C.P.R. to convey
visitors to Revelstoke from all points
on their main line and branches for
(are  nnd  a  third  for  the  round  trip
Kill lies mny bc made at the Sec
retary's office, McKenzie avenue, up
10 1(1 p.m. on Saturday, Septemliei'
9 th.
The stores and other places ol
business will close each allernoon of
tbo fnir. but will ie open again in
Hie evening to give the visitors a
chance to do any shopping they
want. .
TO    EXHIBITORS.
Entiles  may  lie  made      with       tho
Secretary, W. 1). Robertson, at ins
ollloe McKenzie avenue, up to 10 p.
in., mi  Saturday.  Sept. 9th,
Exhibits under Sections J and K
may l.c left at thc Secretary's office
nr I" in p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 9
for  transportation   to  the  grounds.
All entries must be made by Sept.
loth.
Biq Attraction for Fair
The Chapman Amusement. Co , win
have booked for the Fnir, are one .*!
Ihe biggest amusement company's on
the road today, Comprising a merry
go- round, Thc crazy House, Mamie,
the strangest girl alive today, The
All-gator Farm, Vaudeville, Mother's
Purk Pond and mnny other amusements too numerous to mention.
Don't fall to aee them*
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel and Tinware
We   can   supply    your
<-\ants in lhe above line
with the best Goods made
in Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints,  Oils,   Varnishes,   etc.    It   '
pays to use good Paints.   We sell them
nH1^'thinfTaCple',Riflf1S.' Shot Guns,'Ammunition and
othei Sporting Goods.    We are leaders in those, and also
kinds aetc ^ S        °f Ge"eral Ha'dWare'  T°0ls of a11
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, L:.p Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE BROS.
ts
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
sa
P. Burns <&, Co
SHAMKCCK
CREAMERY
and
DAIRY
BUT1ER
P. Burns C&, Co.
COIWSMT
**»*«.'
P. Burns C& Co.
We Are
Best Served
By
Serving (t.'.ers
BET1ER
P. Burns (& Co.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
All our choice fresh killed
Beef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in our new Cold Storage
Cooling rooms and displayed
in the shop for sale in Refrigerating Glass Counters
and Window. We handle
nothing but Swift's Government inspected meats, silver
leaf lard, Premium hams &
bacon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Hum Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
EDISON  THEATRE
TWO Xir.HTS
ax sept, mm
20 CLEVER GIRL ARTISTS
"JUVENILE BOSTONIANS"
4<-
OPENING  NIGHT  COMIC OPERA
Rose of Blandeen"
KEEP  THE  DATE  IN   MIND
Tickets, $1.00,75c, 50c.
Plun at Macdonald's Drug Store
.. WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  6,  1911.
I'HIE  MAIL-HEEALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.   6,   1911,
Zbc flDail-lbevalfc
PCHMSHKD  WEDNESDAY  AND
SATURDAY AT
KZVBLBTOKK. B.  C.
Stumor pubUsbtng aompans.
Limited
ADVERTISING RATES.
Legal notices 10 cents per line first
Insertion, 6 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion. Measurements Nonpariel (12 lines make
one Inch.) Store and general
business announcements $2.50 pel
inch per month. 1'relcrred posi
tions, 25 per cent, additional.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, 50c
each insertion.
Land uoti.'es il.ol). All advertisements bubject to the approval of
the management. Wanted and
Condensed Advertisements ; —
A_-i.ilih WauUd, Holp Wanted, Sil
uatious wanted, Situations Va
cant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanic*
Wauled, 25 -words or less, 25c,
each additional line lu cents.
Changes lu standing advertise
ments muBt bo in by '.i a. m
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
lo secure good display,
CORRESPONDENCE invited on mat
ters of public interest. Com
nn.n ent ...-it. to Editor must bl
accompanied by name of write!
not necessarily for publication
but as evidence ol good laitb
Correspondence should be brief.
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES
Including  postage to England,  Unit
ed  Stat mm and Canada.
By the year (through  postoffice) J2.51
Che flDatltteralb
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.   C,   1911.
On Monday and Tuesday next, Sept
llth an.l 12th, the fourth annual Er-
hihition of the Revelstoke Agrlcultur
al Society will be held at the Kxhil.i
tion grounds, Columbia Park. An
inspection ol the list ol entries and
t!i3 program for the two days show
tbat this occasion will lie of especial
interest to everyone. Tho track program will I e very Interesting and a
big turnout of the best horses will
he here to go alter the big cash
purses put up by the racing committee. Besides horse racing there will
be other attractions at the exhibit
ion that will be lull of pleasure to
all who attend.
Exceptionally good arrangements
have been made with the C.P.R. for
excursionists to the fair, the Com
pany giving a rate of one fare an.l
a third lor tbe round trip. The s.s.
Revelstoke will go down the river on
Sunday an.l bring up excursionists
from as far south as Robson.
Th**? exhibition management nnl
Secretary Robertson have done their
share to make the event a sucoess,
ami ih.- exhibitors and others may be
relied*, upon to do their share. It
only remains lor tbe peaple of Revel
stoke to do their part and they have
no rea-on for not doing it.
Everyperson in town can adord to
visit the grounds and add to the
success that is sure M make this the
banner  fair  overv  h-eld  in the city.
 SWEDE MAY DIE
Shot Because he Jostle;] an
Italian
Just becaus< he jostled a man on
the sidewalk. John Carlson, a Swede
wbo lives at 1C30 Union St. lies iu
the General hospital ..■■ .ac-.t lite and
death and the police art I *>kin.' : i
au unknown man who shot > ,i and
wb*. tired two other ,'ai.J which 110
.•   I   :.:■!   tb«ir  .Mended mark.
i irlson w.is w»iking  iloog Vernon
Drift ,.: .•.*.;,,ng just alter li . ft
fell. H» * ,r. »,tli hall a iloaan ''ier
Swede*" anl ovtoi to the nm owoess
ol tn** ...leWftlk tbtj t.ete -'I a ..king
in single tlle. Uarlsoa oniln,
As  tbe  party  n.a-'d   tke IfD-M   jf
Harris street tbey (n« » m.ui c, "^fe
11 .'*■•* IU   ;■ MW
the rP*n ahead of ('ai'.s.'ii ,u' as be
rea'lie.1 Uli '-nd ol t'.e lit.e th* •» .
men jostlA.'  each other.
What are y-pu trying te do ' s.i.i
the itrsnger, who '« natn-sl bj I i
other  flwedi-*   to havs hal   .n   Italian
aeeeot.
"Nothing," oaid Carlson Hit ba I * I
no Boo&er said it than t. bullet w'i. -
zed pa-t bis ru: There *»- i se', il
repoi t and Carlson was *\ >t in j.bi
•side. Tbe third bullet weat wid, TM
run man leaped Irom (ba s "**,v.ilk
into the  hushes and   lisippsai.ii
Carlson vat- taker, to the 'levr;.
hospital where be U rae >■*••« I lr.*
morning as being in a vary a iiigci ■ h
■CuaditUw. The police were «■ tlie
eceae of tfce shoot' u> . i n a'ter ,t
occurred* t'wlsoa or tin. if lllsl *m
panlons -oild jive t clear disr.rlpl iu
ol the mas irho i. hIisk.'I Ii 1i«v>
done t'e thootisg V^ciir I'r i
plnce.
LIBERAL COMMITTEE ROOMS
McKenzie Avenue
"KING   FOR   KOOTENAY"
■Morlng   pictures  at  Edison  theatie
tonight. '....   .
King's Counsel
ll you do not want to—you can cancel  the  agreement at any  time    you
Canada is a democracy.   It has no   find  the      Yankee Doodle Dandy get-
uristocratic   party   of  privilege,    but' UnS to° m,""h; or BO can be U      ho
. ,,,,,* ,u        • sees  the  oanny  Canuck making mar-
tew  millionaires     (millionaires      ore ' _
kets  at  too much advantage.        But
not aristocratic, though many tryto|there ,g  no ,ear_no CftUBe ,or (ear.
be) und, as yet, the wealth of the'The U.S. is going, as our old Moth-
country -is not in the hands of the er Land did, with exploited lands
very few. Its population is the beet and growing population, for free
perhaps physically and morally, in trade and open markets. Oanada has
the world, being composed of the the greatest unoxploited country in
sturdy sons of the native pioneers, the world ami will grow more than
an.l the hand picked best of Europe it wants for many, many years. We
and  America.   Its  natural    resources will be delighted to sell our overplus
are equally iu advantage to its politic.il possibilities. Its wea.th of forest, Held, mine and sea products, are
nowhere      on      earth surpassed; ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
history  is but beginning, it has     no I    Mark  the  logic  of  Ihis!    Wc    have
poor  problem,  no  race question;  and   kept up a tarifl in     Canada,  largely
for  the  I'mmm   ligiirns obtainable;    and
delighted  to pet  to our  people      all
tho food products we can. us    cheap-
its ! ly as possible.
upon  the  country's public  feeling.
There is no position in the world
of nations for Canada, unless she
has a united and harmonious and
contented people, with a common
idea of what they want and aim for.
National Unity and sane Imperialism, have been the ideals of Sir Wilfrid's public life, and to promote and
maintain them he needs and deserves
tlie vote and Influence aud support
of all Canadians who view appeals to
racial antagonism, provincial discussions and Imperial disturbances with
the contempt and disgust they deserve.
$404,137,0(10.
We sec here a far greuter expans -
ion of Canada's trade with the Unit
ed States than within the Empire.
Yet that expansion was coincident
with the drawing closer of the Imperial tie. Why should a still further increase of our export trade to the
United States make us disloyal?
Business men dealing daily with
business men and business houses in
the United States should ask themselves that question. If they do Bo
honestly and give an honest answer
tho annexation hogey will have no
terror for them.
its future lies In tbe hands of the
people. Every voter has a share in
its government, in its destiny. It
lies   I voter j   with  you.
The greatest force in the upbUlld-
ng of a nation is not wealth—'tis
morals! Tha lucre-lust is the Sin of
our Time, line per cent, of the people ol the U.S. owns half its wealth.
That is hod for the One and thc
Ninety-nine. A country Is most prosperous  where  wealth   Is  best  distrib-
because we hint to—the United States
having one against us. The time
may not be ripe for it. with the U.S.
yet (but it is getting closer with
free trade Mother England) but as
the U.S. tariff fences flatten down
our Jericho walls will follow suit.
The tirst move is theirs, however, unless thc enormous unexploitcd, uncultivated Canadian area gets suddenly settled, when the urban industry   necessitated  by  rural   produc-
uted. It would be distributed more tion would be so great ns to need
equally if the voter was not indiffer- no more fostering at government
ent. But think, read, and vote with hands. There are many who say
judgment and the country is as safe they do noi ntwd it now— the time
as  it is good.   It is  up  to  you. is certainly passed in the U.S.  when
The development of the millionaire they did. Your support is asked —
in the U.S.—the gospel of wealth—is this election—for a measure—not for
a lesson to the wise. It was chiefly a man. Liberal sibboletb the world
built up by tarifls. We are in that over is "Measures not Men" (Oaua-
busir.ess here, too, by bounties, hon- dian Liberals are, this time, forttin-
uses, and subsidies. The tarifl was ate in having hothj and if « straight
the tirst legalized robbery of the plain, policy, and a straight plain
people by its rulers. When monarchy statement of it goes with you, we
lost the right to tnke (from Nahoth ask that, you vote for King, Reci-
bis vineyard) directly they imposed a prority Candidate.
tax, a tarifl, on his business, import and export, and got it that
way. Clt tea built walls to protect
themselves from robbers and pillagers and put gates in them to collect
customs upon the business ol its
visitors inwards and Its merchants
outwards. Democratic government,
even in Canada, ure still on the job
but the movement is popular to reduce tlie tarifl and beginning with the
Perferentual Tarifl to Great Britain,
it has spread, at the  install, e of the
Inrmer  to  reciprocity    in    good  and   mU1  in     (lle.it Britain.   Why':
natural   products   with   the
Mother Won't!
United
States. Tbe Liberal Party have Inaugurated a movement Mint will grow
greater yeurly, and compel them hy
force of circumstances, to emulate
the example of the Mother Land and
keep open ihe door to the peoples
and trade of the world. It has made
Britain, Great Britain; it will make
Canada—Great.   Will  you  help"
Canada is the ONE country, whose
agricultural resources are not exploited; and it must and will produce
a surplus ol foodstuifs far longer
than any other country. Duties on
foodstuffs ooming into Canada cannot, therefore, increase the price of
what our farmers have to sell in
overabundance. S,r John Macdoo
aid In devising the National poMcy,
saw that a tarifl upon farm pr.-dure
was the esonnce of folly, and a clause
n tbat policy made provision for
the Iree exchange of these commodities with the United State-. Believe it young Canadian ('.*nserva-
live, il you vote for reciprocity, you
are truer to the wise old rhiefton's
memory than the party and its com
mittees, who ask you not to, are -,,
lay As to the 1..Tally cry—f< *
bringing it m please—say, ns an intelligent render of our history, ■-..»
there nut greater danger ol annexation to Canada by force <,( arm** and
Opponents of icciprocity—they are
not called Conservative, for thousands of that party are for reciprocity—talk loudly of Imperial Preference (a tarifl in Britain with a preference to her Dominions) as a l>etter
policy for Canada. Such a question
though kept alive here, for political
purposes  only,  is as dead as  a door
Because foreign trade iB twelve times
greater than her trade with her possessions. Is Great Britain disloyal
to herself because she reluses to injure thut world-wide business? Could
she be disloyal—can any country be
disloyal   to  itB.'lf  in  furthering    busi-.
ness antl Influence.
Yet, Sir Wilfrid Laurier is called
traitor, disloya', etc., hecai.se be
holds .'"' lm Canada controlling her
own trade policy even as Mother does hers. How can you have Imperial Pre-ferenre, if ttie major partner
ays thanks, no! When Britain ad-:
opts i tarifl system of trade we may
talk this over hut 'till then, we will
continue to give her proofs of our
willingness and loyalty by giving.her
PreferMic.. In our market! for manu-
factured g< * '.j We think thi*. wise—
• *■ were I Ities, k.-eps the manufacturer up to 'he mark, and enables
our people to huy .n tbe he-st and
chenpe-st msrk.-t. It was the traitor
Sir Wilfrid Laurier who in l*<*t7, introduced the Brittah Preference Tar-'
its fnr him.
No Factions Wanted
The rs.-.st   lerione location  a  voter
can a-k  himself  on voting  day  ia —
Of trade pressure,   ;n  the  d..ys of our   Vilmt  if   LaUTMl    sa i. l.-,ite-l '
early   attempt,   foi   reciprocity     ': I ri              ■*.'   tbe
tbere li now'   Tbe indignity   to the  meaning   ■'    tbis    to Oanada   How
memory and  work  of  old   Sir  John is   could   *lef,.,,t   come  to   Laurier    *
not   however, lo the ki pe of ( election?  Il only
• icie, ball  •- .!*.'   *e the beresay of   p -s.i.ie through extreme
anti-reelproeltatee    »tr,in:.»    polities!  Ontario   the  in .   and
economy-
hn
Ht'Minvt     ountry'l  W'l-
► ttivme   tfattanalists   or   Antl Imp-er
inlista   in  Quebec     It      would   r'-'i'iire
.   more  than  be  w.int«    II   la   large  m >otb  tbes»   prov
plain a duty ,n that coming *n cm
not help the farmers prices II - the
tbfogi he doesn't raise and thai he
•nti«t  have  that   affects  him   m    high
if-* ■'. both ihew part'cn to throw
down the ,"•■■ „ut .-overnment Sir
Willi.d Laurier stand*. Bret t.-day
in     Oanadian  hearts, at the  typloal
To Balance Canada's Trade
The business men of Oanada should
vigorously support the effort now being put forth to make the conditions
of trade between the United States
and Canda more equitable, In thc
year ending March 111, 1911, we imported goods to the value of $2*84,-
(.i:i4,739 from the United States. Over
a hundred and thirty-one million dol
lars' worth of tbis total was duty:
Iree goods, such as raw cotton, rubber, wool, coal, and many other
things  needed  by  our  manufacturers.
Because of the huge tarifl wall
standing in the way of any return
trade we wore able, to export only
X103,1)22,22.1 ol Canadian goods to
the United States.
These figures do not indicate a
healthy condition of business. The
disparity in volume lietween what we
buy from the States and what we
sell is too great. One of two things
must be happening: either a large
part of the United States imports
represents new American investments
in Canada, or the exports of Canada
to other countries must be used to
pay  our  debts  in  the  United  States.
It. has heen Mr. Fielding.s constant aim to balance Canada's trade
wiih ths United States. He sees that
we must continue to draw from that
country vast quantities of raw materials and of manufactured goods
that it is not convenient or prolit-
able, even behind the shelter ol the
tarifl, to make in the Dominion because our consumption is still relatively small. He wants to pay for
these importations by a greatly increased export of Canada's natural
products. Tbe removal of the United States tariff on the chief products of the farm, the forest, the
fisheries, and the mine gives an op -
portunity to do what the Finance
Minister hns long regarded as essential to tbe continued prosperity of
the country.
A trade so one-sided as to permit us to send only JUtf,000,00 worth
of Canadian goods to a country
whose goods »e buy to the extent of
•JJM.oon.OOO in twelve months needs
to be placed on a sounder basis. The
business men of Canada should do
everything possible to enable the
farmer, the lumberman, the fisherman and the miner to adjust the
balunoe. Five years after reciprocity
goes  into  force Canada     will export
two  hundred  million  dollars'    worth
t
of  her   products every  year    to    the
I'n:ted States, and will still have nil
the surplus foodstiffs that Britain
r.ow takes to ship acros*. tbe Atlantic.
To tlw.se who (ear that the increase ol our exports to the United
States will predispose Canadians to
annexation  let  ua  put  this  question:
Is Canada less devoted to the Em-
pire now than she was in 1897 when
Fielding's hrst tariff was brought
in'
Every honest man will admit that
the t.es ol .,(lection and loyalty are
far stron**.1! now than they were in
fourteen yearn ago Canada's
total trade .niports, exports and reexport a. ii •: the Empire was H13-
109 .si" Last ;,enr It was »283,767,-
".ars ago Canada's
total m  the      United   State**
m Imports sports and reexports,
was  llll   i'   00,   Last,  year it       waa
Reciprocity or Restriction
(Extract from Sir John Macdonald'e opening speech in tiie campaign
of 18111', delivered ut the Academy of
Music, Toronto,  on February  21):
"It has been said in tbe Opposition press that we have lieen rather
changing our views. As Sir Charles
Tapper has explained, we have heen
consistent with regard to all questions relating to the fiscal policy
and the development of trade and the
industries of Canada. We have never
varied. Our policy Is quite consistent with the desire to extend our
trade to all nations of the earth, in
(diiiling our neighbors across the
border.
' We have offend to the United
States to negotiate like two sensible
nations, desirous ol gettingm utual
trade. And what does Mr. Blaine
say? He says: 'I think we ought to
have a basis to negotiute.' And
Mr. Blaine went further, so anxious
was he to meet our views. He said
that alter the ith of March he would
agree to meet the British minister
and a delegation from Canada to
consider the question, nnd that is
the position in which thj matter
stands now."
Every Conservative should vote for
reciprocity.
A Voice from the Grave
When Parliament wns dissolved in
1891, Sir John Thompson, Minister
of Justice in S'ir John Macdonald's
government, issued this address to
the electors of Antig-unish:
"At the election which will take
place on the 5th dny of March, I
will he a candidate lor re-election as
a member ol the House of Commons
(or the County ol Antigonish.
j 'The Government, o4 which I am a
member, is uppealing to the country
with a pidicy wliicb we believe will
be heartily endorsed by a great mu-
'jority of the electors. We have made
to the Government ol tlie United
States, through the Government of
Great Britain, proposals (or re-cipro*
city in trude, which we huve good
reason to believe will result in un
arrangement by which the markets
ol the United States will he reopen
ed to the products which our iieople
desire most to send there.
"A fair measure of reciprocity is
what we desire, and we have no
doubt that that can be obtained
without undue sacrifices.
"I respectfully ask your support
and voles, and I pledge myself to
serve the best interests ol the country, If I should Ite honored by a renewal of the confidence which was
reposed in me at the last elections,
and for which I shall he forever
grateful. I remain, gentlemen, your
obedient  servant,
•JOHN   D.   THOMPSON."
"Antigonish,  Feb.  22,  1«91."
A Common Sense View
Charlottetown Guardian (Con.): —
Tbe trade agreement ie neither the
better for lieing proposed by one
party nor thc worse Ior being opposed hy the other party. It is none tbe
worse as an agreement for us l»e-
oaiise the Americans refused to enter into it lor 40 years, und none
the lietter because they greatly desire it now. The rapid growth of our
trade with the States in tbe face of
high duties affords thc strongest
proof of the natural and neighborly desire of the two people to do
business with each other. The ugrei-
ment merely removes certain artillc
lal harriers and leaves the people free
to do as tbey desire. And a willingness to trade with a next neighbor
lonely tends more to promote j".i.l
feeling than would a refusal to trade
This  seems  to   Is-   a  common       sense
view ol the trade agreement.
price,,   ■ti*')  have  a   duty  on  them   It.   ( uciiohfrn   -al»rt    and   aifirre-mve     (nr
is very plain   * farmer  has  nothing I autonomy   loya/aod  steadfast   to tbe
Mo-ther I^\n I    inl leader ol moderate
men from  ocean  to ocoan  in an effort
to irnin  Ir**m a   protective  tat iff       It
li just the reverse with  the manufar
I
in lependent,
t un r     He   'loos   not.   make   all
the kinds  or quality,  that we  wnnt 'them into one united,
The  duty  on  what   the  people      buy j and  loyal  people
abroad mldn to the sale price and Conservative leaders and papern,
enables the home manufacturer to who, in their efforts to defeat Lair
level up to thai price nnd reap an ier at. any Cost, ,ir* co-ojierating
uiwnrned profit -.'renter even than the with Mr Bournssa for the purpose,
Wfl-ge" be pavs for making the nrtic- Are playing the most dangerous game
le. It ll no wrmder the farmer and ever played in Canadian politic*,
the munuln-rt urnr are nt odds. Un- i They nre helping Industriously to
der which Mag will you fight. form a Franco-Canadian party - to
The right to sell what we don't foment feeling of i sectional and
ncd. and the right, to Imy what we racial character, nnd create, what w*.
do. acrirte to be fraiiifbt with greater now huve not, a national |>erll. Con
■nlnmlty tiiaii sil the plague* afflict- servntlve success would under cir
Ing ancient Hgypt- If rhe Toey party rumstanoes be as bad lor them M for
is to he believed. Do not be mis- the country.- Mr. Ilournssa would de-
lead hy party rrl-ee nnd noise. Thin mnnd nnd, probably, enforce his
is a plain question. One of fact, views, and points of victory—and a
There is no compulsion about It — government majority of s'ucb oppos-
yi ii need (-H buy n.  sell f.o *h# U.S. log   sentlmentt   wpuld   reflect   Iteell
f~-
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Revelstoke Wins from Kaialaops;
on Labor Day
Kamloops started ofl like real winners in this match, and seemed to
have Hevelstoke beaten Irom the
start. Holt nnd Godby opened the
innings for the visitors, ami compiled a total ot 53 runs before Qodby
wus put out l.h.w. l'ain followed,
nml along with Holt, who was playing a brilliant game, brought up the
total     to     93,  when  Pain was cleun
lowletl hy Bonallo. Alter this wickets fell easily und only 16 runs were
scored in the balance of the innings,
ns several of the players seemed to
prefer hitting at the wicket than at
Haines' bowling, nnd were thus given out.
A score of 10'J having been compiled hy the visitors, Revelstoke were
in some doubt if they would bc aide
to equal it. However, Barnes got
set and played n great intensive
game, which, without making nny
rapid scorinr, had the desired eflect
upon the Bowlers, enabling several
of our team to get into double lieu-
res, with the result that there vara
four wickets in hand when our opponents score was passed.
The fielding on either side may n it
have been considered up to its usual
standard, but this may he nceoimrcd
for by the dampness of the gro.ind,
which made the ball dillicult to
handle.
Luncheon wns served during the
afternoon, and a noticeable fo.'.tiiro
was the moro than usual number of
spectators prc.-:ent, who seemed lo be
interested in the game. ". ids is the
last fixture arranged with outside
teams to be played here this season,
although n return match mil ptssi-
bly be arranged with Salmon Attn,
to be played there some ti.ne this
month. i
Following is the score:
sion, tool, hig
foreigner In M
with a reveri-i
block.
Gotch secured the second fall in 5
minutes 32 l-.i seconds with the famous toe hold which no 111*01 on whom
it has been fastened hns evi 1 heen
able to break.
Hackenschml'dt was apparently untrained for the match. Me. was hog
fat and olearly beaten before Iw entered the ring. Uolch wns trained to
the minute un.l heat the Ktissian at
every turn nnd twist of the game.
Jack Hurley, manager of Hackeu-
Schmidt, said after the match that
Hackenschmidt was hadly Injured in
the second fall. Unit his leg hail received a serious injury and thai tho
ligaments lorn from Iheir pluce in
notch's grip li.ul caused lh' Russian
to quit cold.
The final fall canto so quickly that
tbe crowd failed to realize the in,itch
was ended. Like a Hash Gotch seized
the Russian's legs, spun him round
and dropped him on his stomach.
Gotch worried the Russian for a few
moments and then threw both hands
around Hackenschmidt's foot. A
quick twist nnd a look of pain came
ovc/. the Russian's 'face. He sought to
tour his leg Trom Goteh's grasp hut
the latter twisted it again. Then
Hackenschmidt gave up and in B
second his shoulders were pinned flat
to the matl Thc match was almost a
farce. Zybszko Immediately challenged Gotch.
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VUHNON COURT HOUSE,
Soaled Tenders, superscribed "Ten-
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be received by bhe Honourable the
Minister or Public Works up to 12
o'clock noon of Thursday, the 21st
day of September, 1911, for the erection and completion of a Court-house
at Vernon, B. ('., in the Okanagan
tSlootoml District.
Plaits, specifications,  lulls of quan
titles, contract and  forms of tender
may he seen on or after the ;iist day
Augusl,  1911, nl,  the offices of thu
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it
Jiivenli BoLtonians
KAMLOOPSf
G.  Holt,  h.w.,    b.
H.W. Godby, lh.w
Dames    42
,  b.  Bonallo  ... 22
W.  Pain, b. Bonallo   20 j
Foster, h.w..  b.  Barnes      3 |
M. Cosier, not oul- 	
McFarlan  bowled   Bonallo   ...
Moore, c.  and  b.  Barnes 	
Burton,  bowled  Bonallo  	
Hopkinson,  h.w.,   b.   Barnes
G.  Bryant,  bowled Barnes ...
Ralph,  bowled  Barnes    	
Extras
"Forty-five Minute* from Broadway," Opera House, Sept. 16.
Total   IM
RBVELSTOKH.
V.   Fleetham,  r.o.,  b.  Hopkinson...   1
G.Barnes, c.   Hopkinson.   I).  Godby .11
\V. Brier, b.  Hopkinson   17
R.  Dabetl.  r.o..   b.  Foster    21
P. Bonallo, e. McParlan.b'.Hop'son 23
W.  Wallace,  b.  Hopkinson      9
J.   Maley,   not  out    18
R.  Ballard, c. Holt, b. Foster     3
C. Field, c. Hopkinson, h. Foster...   0
S.   Crowe,   bowled   Godby      2
H.  Parker, c. and b. Foster     3
Kxtras    15
Total  14<>
For Kamloops, Hopkinson took 4
wickets for 43 runs; Godby took two
wickets for 17 runs; Foster took four
wickets for 4? runs.
For Revelstoke, Barnes took six
w.ckets for 7 runs; Bonallo took four
wickets for 43 runs.
LACROSSE.
New Westminster, Sept.2— With
the world's championship emblem the
Minto cup, ut stake, and the probability that New Westminster's thirteen years of unbroken victories,
would l,e en.led in the final match
for tbis season's championship series
today, the Royal City world's chain
ptona and the Vancouver ohallen i
took the field this afternoon t ■* engage in a struggle that promise! ta
be written large in the history ol
Canada's   national   game.
The whole province was represml
ed in thc great crowd at thc match.
A special excursion (rom Nanaimo
brought a large numlier of people *m 1
a strong contingent o( Victoria lam
came over to see the game. Interior
points were also well ivpresenced and
Calgaty  sent its quota  from  Alberta.
The game was a hard one and at
she end of half time lhe score stood
I to 1 in favor ol Vnncouver. In the
third quarter, however, New Westminster added six goals, while in th*
fourth, each secured one, making the
total score nt the call of time 5 to
5 in favor cf the champions.
GOTCH WINS.
Chicago, Sept.  4— Outgamcd,    I ut
ganeralled nn.l outfought, c,e.n. Hack
rnschmi It, the Hiissian HOB, today
la-id down his hope of taring the
worl i s cbampb ni I Ip oi tha wrestling
game from Prank A. Gotch, of Humboldt, Iowa.
Gotch, alter a ripping, tearing sei-
Dellghtful, fascinating, enjoyable,
captivating, unique, bewitching dainty, it would take all of Ihe above
and many other complimentary et
presslons to properly descrll a oi.e of
thc performances given by tho Ju.cn
tie Bostonians. The charming organization of girls has been very tiptly
called the dessert of the theatrical
menu, which expresses the refreshing
tastrnesa ot their entertainment perfectly. This season they ,vill appear
in that tuneful operetta "The Hose
id Blandecn," which is said to lie
one of the cleverest song shows on
tour this year, and when produced by
this clever bunch dl youthful artiscs
there is little room left lor doubting
the asserth n that the theatre-going
public of Revelstoke have a treat In
store for them on Sept. 19 and 2U nt
the Bdison theatre.
G. P. R. TIMETABLE
leaves at
WESTBOUND.
No. 3 arrives at 6 a.m.,
6:80 a.m.
No. 1  arrives  ut 3:I.'i  p.m
at 3:35 p.m.
No. 13,  Seattle train, arrives
1:86 p.m., leaves at 4:45 p.m.
BA8TB0UND.
No. II,  Seattle train, arrives
7:15 a.m., leaves 7:35 a.m.
No. 2 arrives at ll:4u a.m., leaves
it 12 o'clock noon.
No. 4 arrives at 12:15  a.m., leaves
it 12:55 a.m.
South train leaves Revelstoke      at
7:35 a.m., arriving back at 4:15 p.m.
connecting here with No. 13.
Government Agents,     Vernon, Revel-
Itoke,   New   Westminster,   Nelson;   the
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Works,  Parliament  BulldlngB,      Vic
toria,  li. 0.
Intending tenderers can, hy apply-
ii!,'  to the undersigned, obtain      one
.•opy  of the  drawings and  one    copy
if  the specilicatious     and      hills    of
lUunliUes for the sum of  twenty-five
dollars ($25).
I0,ich tender must he accompanied
by an accepted hank cheque or certificate of deposit on a ch irterea
bank of Canada, made payable to
the Hon itirable the Minister ol Public Works, for a sum equal to five
5) per cent, of his tender, which
shall be forfeited if the party tender.
ing decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so. The
heques or certificates of deposit of
unsuccessful tenderers will lie re*
turned to thm upon the execution of
ilie   contract.
The successful tenderer shall turn
sh a bond of a guarantee compnny
satisfactory to the Minister of Public   Works,   e [Ual   to   ten   i llll        per
cent, of the contract amount,      for
the due fulfilment of  the contract,
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms suppled
signed with lhe actual signature of
lhe tenderer, and enclosed in the
envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any ten.ler not neces
sal i'y accepted.
J.   K.  GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., August 24, 1911.
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTI< E is hereby given that I shall sell at public auction on Saf unlay the 9th day oi' September, A.D., 1911, at the
City Hall, Revolstoke, B. C, at ONE o'clock in the afternoon,
the lands, or improvements, or real property, as described, for
unpaid delinquent Municipal taxes, special rates, (except sewer tax,) interests,   costs and expenses due thereon, unless in
Municipal  taxes, special  rates,
is set forth in the schedule here
on Saturday, September Hith, tbe
iiig musical show "Forty-Five Minutes From Broadway" will be hero
and play in the opera house. This
show is one of the best on theroad
today and should get a bumper
bouse.
the meantime the  arrears of
interest, costs and expenses,
under, be sooner paid.
Dated at Revelstoke, B
D*, 1911.
BRUCE
C, this 26th day of August, A.
A. LAWSON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke,
SCHEDULE
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lll'lll,ii lent
Statutory
Total
Tnxeti and Int.
Atvesaod Ownor                    Lot     Blbck
in Dee. 3i. 'io
expenses
due
SCHOOL TAXES
Otiini'ion, F. \V. 10-11.12, Villa
lot I). See. 2, Tp. 23             62
0 :(.-,
2 45
11  SO
Oatten, Lnigi           TA
1 8S
2 40
4 28
Doyle, Mrs. M. 0. Villa lot 88, Sets. 33
3 7(1
2 20
5 HO
Falsetto. Guiseppe                          ;ili
1 00
2 lo
3 70
Farwell Estatn of A. 8  5 0 7, ls:k IT, part
Sec.  24.  Tp. '£1: put   Seo. 27, Tl>. 23j
Sec. 2, Villa lot 21
86 11
3 75
88 so
Julian, Mrs. Annie, l.o h n lo. Block 1*'
:i 12
2 15
5 27
Morton, James 11. Lot 1. S W.1, Sec. 27, Tp. 28
3 12
2 15
5 27
Mclntyre, James         lo.v
1  SS
2 40
4 28
Ringer, John      Lot 1       Block (1
5 85
2 25
7 00
Siiiatmi, Dominic      I.ol '2      Hlock T
1 25
2 10
3 35
GENERAL, TAX
Allan, Wm.                           Lol 11       Add B
8 75
2 10
11   15
llraillov, li   A.                            "    V2         "     W
15 08
2 SO
18 48
Bradley, Mrs. .Mac Lots 1-2-84. l.'k IP, Inl 5 i.l)
51 7:.'
1 2*1
68 02
Uurmithnel, Jaim-s             l.ois in ll   lliu   IH
0; ro
3 18
80 SI
Omvie, A  and Lidv, M   Lots 18-10 20. HI .!.   ::
80 87
li lii
83 22
Oinlp. A. and llilinun, A. East  hnl! 0-IU I'i- 5
3d 31
5 Ho
41 lii
Doll. 1,. II.                           •• :i          ••   T
ii 81
2 80
0 11
I'Jlson, Mrs. Win.                      " li            "    II
1 03
2 20
0 83
Lane, Belli a                               " 1             "    12
17 Hi
2 86
17 96
Lofeaux. Stanley                  " •")          "   21
S 55
2 40
8 05
Lewis, Frank li.                       " lu 111     "   2S
•• 5            ••    IU
no 02
5 30
71 H2
Mar Bulla                          " IS        "   is
2o 52
;: oo
23 52
Moiris, Mrs. Alice                   " fi            "   43
'l'i '. U
8 00
20 00
McOarty Miss Julia              " 1          "   46
20 52
3 00
.23 52
Mi'lnlvir, John and James
Civvi", A.. L'.dy, M.       " IT          "   23
52 PO
I .VI
57 10
McLeod, John                       " '■> HI      "   27
51 112
4 5()
50 12
Nelson, John               Villa " :i t
72 27
5 50
77 77
Pagden. Thos.                      " 1 5        "   40
.51 IS
4 60
57 IW
Poole, Win. ii.    I.ol  10, li 1. IT: i oi 8, Blk 2
2o 52
8 oo
2.1 52
Rev. Sash & Door Pactmv    " :'• 1         "   I'S
43 IU
4  15
17 111
Hosm, Mrs. .lane                     " 21 25     "   IT
41 TS
1 20
IS 08
Sawyer. It. and 11 cmy          "80          "    1
lo 68
2 Vi
lii IS
Sain, llenrv                               " 0             "    7
17 ID
2 1-5
111 H5
Skinner, Mrs. E.                     " T             "   60
11 '.Nl
2 65
11 45
stacev, Mrs. Kathleen       "2            •<   ll
IP B3
'2 05
22 7M
Stones. 11. B.                     " 5            "   T
lb 20
2 .5)
12 70
A Simple Treatment Th.it Will
Make Kair Grow, f ow
Sold  in Canada
Kvi'iv     up bo-dote   woman   shoul
h ive radiant bair.
Tli !*,' ar,' thousands of   women
5 trail, f.i le I, charoctorloi a hair,
do not try to improve it.
In England and Paris woman take
nride in having beautiful bale.  Imv.ty
Canadian woman can     have Illation
.md luxuriant bair by using SALVIA
Hie ('.rent  American   Sag*   II.iir Tonic ,
Every reader ..f the Mall-Herald oan
have r.n   attractive   li mm i ol   hii
lew weeks by using SALVIA.
('.  R,  Mai'donald sells a  lnrce In
ll.' for r.Oc.     and     guaratttl ■ • i'    I I
banish Dandruff,   atop   tailing hair,
.md   Itching    scalp in   len   days,       or
money  hack.
SALVIA     is   a   lie ml till,   plea anl,
in n sticky  Hair Tonic.
NOTIOB
Hevelstoke   Land   District.
District ••'. Wei t  K< ottnay.
Take notice that Bd. McOa-fhran,
of Arrowhead, B. 0., occupal.on
Lumberman, inicnis to apply lor pat
mission to lease Mm lollowing     da
mi ribed   l.u* 1 I  tor  mat ild  and      lime
tjuarryiug purpoaaa,
lY.mni min | .,1 ,i i*o .1 plant* I
ahoUt two mill's south of I'incBton
Creek Mill and marked "K. MelJngh
inn's South  Bast   Corner",     thenoe
wesl 40 chains, thenee north In
cbains. thence Mat 10 chains, more
or less lo the lake bora, (hem*.*
south along the lake ihore 10 chain*.
more  or   less   lo  the   point   of    oon
mencament,    oontaining    160   ucres
more or less.
Dated  Aug.   L«J,   IHI. i* N.'
ED.  McGAOHRAN.
: i%
CORSETS
•re made for every type of figure — the tall, the short, the
slender, the moderately plump and the large—modelling each,
easily yet firmly, to the fashionable lines of the newest styles.
Get the model suited to your figure and a perfect fit is assured.
l\ WEDHH8DAY,  BBPT.  6,   1911.
a'HE   MAIL-HEEALD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  6,  1911.
fi mm
NELSON SMELTER"
Mammoth Plant of the Kali
Mines Syndicate foils fn)
to Flames—Work of Incendiary
Nelson. li. C, Sept. -'—Al mid
I tonight the huge plain ol the
Hall Mines' Smelter, covering bhtr-
t-een acres of ground and one ol the
largest plants ol its kind in Oanada
18 a mass of blazing crackling ruins.
Nothing is Bayed except the seven
miles .*! cable running from the amcl
ter to the Silver King mine on Toad
mountain mil the tall blackened
chimneys, one nf which is 2C0 feet In
height and the one storey building
list I as an ofllce Everythln • els i,
tbe huge Btnelters, the tramway terminal and dump, the assay ofllce, the
In ar I.n • In* ise*. and numerous unnl
ler buildingi are i i ingle ol blassln :
limber and twlBted iron. The iIIbiibI
iin* w.iik ol .in Ino ndlary wh .
lor the pasl i»n weeks haa abnrl I
i i; :::•■ ihree of which have en
tailed an em i mous loss, Last night
tbe Nelson Brewerj was burned to the
Ith .i loss ol $5*9,0(10. I'rev
loualy a i'l*.nun.in's houso, stables,
and outbuildings were destroyed with
B loss ol $6,000 and tlie plant de
Btroyed tonight Is conservatively c
t,mated   to   have   cost   to  erect   $76(1',-
uoo.
The Incediary has shown the in
most persistency. At noon today the
watchman discovered a lire In tho
smeller which he thoroughly quenched mil had arranged for extra guard
Tonight at nine o'clock ji^t after i,,*
bad nia.le the rounds of the buildings, lire liiiike out and within a f w
minutes the plant was a blazing turn
nee. and by midnight was practical
lv consumed. Nothing could be aona
to save the buildings. The smelt r
built "! magnificent timher, is situ
,it,.l .ni lhe bill above the railway
just outside the oity limits and no
water supply was available. The lii I
brigade could only watch the Ida/.'
from the town, ready to grapple v. ith
nny tire that might break out in tha
city. Krom the assay ollice a lew
valuable chemicals were saved, in
.v,ll as seven valuable chemical Val-
ancesl. The furniture In tbe buildings
Used as residences and stored in oilier buildings was carried out by hundreds  ol  willing hand-  and  sa.'el.
All else went up in suiuke and tor
a tlm.* the danger existed that nsigh
boring residences would he consumed
even if dangerous bush fires w.r*
avoided, only the complete aiis.*n ■■
of '.vmi prevent I a lar worse calamity.
Tbe Hnll Mines smelter was torn   r
> !    .i  treat  ores of the    Silver
Kli -• an 1 other Famous properl ies o.i
Toad ir. mnt tin,     Morning mount,i.n
..n l  tl      tdjai   nt  territory  and    cm-
ploy ■'. :. in ii   Is i'i  in* n*      It has nol
lieen   *;* ;-.i• <. 1 for the past  five ye rs
i   Vancouver  syndicate,   prom it
.  Mi. R, S, Lennie ol Vancouver
has  latels   * ffected a cons illdatlon   I
the Toad mount.i.n  properties,      a*
quiring  the  mines  and  smelter.    Tlu'
last payment  on the properties    «  a
ma le oi week, and  Mr.    l-l.
N tson Sell  ■■'  Vancouver had      just
complet * I   i sin rey of the planl   in i
mines  with  n  view  to  recotnm* nd n •
rt | ■■■ rations,    and   it
■ ■    thai   work would    have
comm, nee 1 almost   Inime li
The  smelt insured tor  (50.(H 0
he    ncendl iry.
This afterncw n previous t.i the tire.
placard   ofli ring  \i •■
formation leading      to
the   i| the i ulpril.    The
ighly alarmed, but     in
•    ■ I  ,*.\t'.', .** nstablea and th.* ul
mosl D        ll  ' h    part   of citl-
*   are completelj
ed.
Nelson Fair
Visit Pali
at   v
will liter .n tl.
• •    .•
■ •! * tl
.    | .      * .    |
C.P It    in     i* nii. ■ ite
'r*,ln        *.	
'   I.
iti . lance
■
An.  : thei
«.:i J  in.      i:   Hardy, wbo    ia
known the world over as "Tha  H
Wire King," and wh'. has receo
turne-l  fmni  Europe  will  be  the  big
■ •       . in.   Hardy will
Introduce  ins  greal act,
pr.o   , of laughter and  pro
vlding fun and amusement foi   everj
i   1>,    Id and  young alike.       Don
[,ul to n ■ Hardy when be make   hie
appeal anoe  aa  "Waary  WilH ."  du
Ing Ins engagement at the Nelei n
Fair. Hardy wiH introduce bis (am-
OIU night walk across the Nlagai I
whirlpool Rapldi by crossing h,s
wire securely blind-folded nnd with
li feet artel loirs 'ied in g sack. He
will  also  Introduce  his  great.       el.air
balancing feats, acknowfledged to b<
the most remarkable exhibition of
nerve and skill ever witnessed; and
bis other daring     feats     will  include
remarkable bicycle riding act in
nt.   He will perforin upon     an
ordinary street  Mcycla—with simply
Ttvmijx'*;..^Xrimx-msnnst'r-'z^jzsh&ib *..■*.-;.*-t.i.j    .
ancaaw^aae—i——aa—aapsw—aww————pi aammnMMii iinae-wjR'jPi
y-&.t*rtty^etr!Hr-tl*iacX!rtTrtrri10tr-WSktT1M->'t''Tl"i<! "***"' I Wll Ilt Uniii ItttMteSSIKgt-sTSir.MlXSBt",
FOURTH   ANNUAL
stoke, B. C.
fl
$5,GOO  IN   PRIZES
Agricultural and Fruit Exhibits,
Live Stock,
Poultry,
Ladies' Work
Home Mnr.e Cooking and Preserves
Manufacture! s' Exhibits
!0RS[
SPECIAL ATTRACT]
Special Railway Rates -One-and-One Third Fare
for the Round Trip to the  Revelstoke Exhibition
Music by the City Band
SEE THE SPECIAL PRIZES FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
FROM SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
id Will    ex**
jhich  few
would
•
i i,   .
:  h i*  him   11* ■      wel     desei . •• 1
it   ... ami
• , i'i*
vi,rid h known.
Ni
.  13
i
36
p.m
Ni
.   II
7
15
a.m
1 envei
,ii
G. P. R. TIMETAfiti
WESTBOUND.
No. '■'. arrivea at 6 a.m., iei
i* 20 a.m.
No. I  arrivea at 3:15  p.m.,
at   '- 15 p.m.
; le train, arrivea
leavea at 4:46 p.m,
BASTBOUND.
Seattle train, arrivea     at
leaves 7:38 a.m,
No.  2 arrive,,  at  11 l'i n.m.,  leaves
at 12 o'clock noon.
No. 1 arrives nt 12:ifi a.m., leaves
at  l'2..ifi a.m.
South train leavea Ili'Vfilntoke at
7:35 a.m., arriving back at 1:18 p.m.,
connecting here with No. 18,
NOTli 'R
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NOTICE
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NOTICK   T')   CREDITORS.
UNDER    ENTIRELY
NEW   MANHGEMrNT
St. Leon
lot Springs
llut   mineral Imtlifl   especially recommended for invalids anil those in need of
i toning; up.
I'ixclusivc b.iibs provided for ladies,  2(,
Private Rooms handsomely lilted up.
Kales $1.50 lo f..'.   per   day, or $10 per
: week.
H    COUS INS, PROP.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crales
<htr liox Factory is now running and
wc arc in a position to supply all kinds
ol Iiuii ami vegetable boxes and crates,
Those who have not already sent us
iheir orders Bhould do bc nl once as thej
are coming in fast, anil we would like to
deliver all orders in good time Our
boxes arc equal to any on the market
and prices can lie had oil application to
S. McMahon, Kevelstoke, or to
IHE KERNAGHAN LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
A. McRAE. Pres.     F. B. WtLLS, Treas.   W. B. ROBERTSON. Sec. ..
^■^^■^        ■*-.::-• "n~i     n      iiirnnrr     re   ■            ^~^~"n   rr~ii"          ii    i    iiiainn   i    o hii, m \wu i iw i iiiii m.ttmmwmmitMnMm _. -lUUiumiiL—Ji^-^^
^^m*»«ate»iMma*mvmmK3*mm.iBm}*immmsMaaaammmmiimtmmm siaeifcifaaii —aaai iaa——au-iliM—U—uj iu*~^
in thc Mattel ot the Ei tate of Jamea
E, Long, ileceoaed,
ro    woma:
■ ; k'-;ii.
hi rahy    given  that  all
i   others  n ..nu:    claims
th       K tate ol     J ami i B.
■■  i:   ** itoke, li. i'.. de
i/.ni.i bo d ed nl  Revel tote on or
;      he  i.'Hi d ,y ol June,   1911,
■i i i in i io the   undei
"i'i.I'M*-* lor Rev. 0. A.
Procunler, Exccutoi i.l the last wll!
"f aaid ■! ■ * aaed, .■■ iya from
*.i*t' a...I    of th li da i" ,
duly    VMi.ne.i,     ,,„ i thai all* i  that
I .  l'i lit,. e,,!
.mm  lere I   ne ir   lAvtin
Is bi . Wm.  Hough,    337
m    I,     :    •   *     i to be I hat
,i  ,        Ml -if   Ilonek III app* Bl *■ I
M iy,    aftai 11 ■ i * *   *
trouble ovoi religious
.ii
Hough was ,*i member ol i he II >m in
Oath >llc church,     while the   m
*,is   ,i  Protestant,  Before the     23rd
ol May there trad heen a     d+scii laion
,,!,* ,i i.n in i;he i imi [h h ■'!'■
bold and  that night  the  woman  i ft
and has not been b"ard of since,
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weat  i*i to th    po i.t  nf imn
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ml I    '   I,umi.ei,  I,t.i.
By Jamea i n i md,   \ ral
KOOTKNAY     LODGE,  No.  '.5  A.  V.
aa I A. M.
liegular mootlugs ure held ln MAd-
UNIO TEMFtiE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially wclcomo.
ROUT. GORDON, W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secrotary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,   1.  O.  0. V.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. ViBiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.  B. HOOLEY, N. U.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Secretary.
COURT      MT.      BEGU1E,    No.  8161.
OF I,  O.  F.
Meets in I. 0. O. F. Hull next to
Tapping's Opera Houso every second
and fourth Monday lu mouth. Visiting bi-othrou cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Roc.-Soc.
Salmon Arm, H. C.
Rebate on Taxes For 1911
A discount ol twenty per cent, will
be allowed upon the General nn.l
School Untc lor current year, upon
all Taxes paid on or before September 2Uth  prox.
By Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Aug.2, Sept. 20 City Clerk
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
PROVINCIAL   HOME,    KAMLOOPS
KAST WING  ADDITION.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "T.ii
der for Hast Wing Addition, Proviu
ciiil Home, Kamloops," will be re
oeived by tbe Honourable tlie Minister of Public Works up to 12 o'clock
noon of We Inosday, the 20th day of
September, 8911, for the erection and
eomploliou id an east wing addition
to tbe Provincial Home, Kamloops,
B.  C.
Plans, specilicatious, contract, and
forms of tender may be Been at the
olllces of tbc Provincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver, B, 0.; the Government Agents, Kamloops, New
Westminster, and Itevelstoke; and at
the Department of Public Works, Parliament  Buildings,  Victoria, B. C.
Intending tenderers can, by apply -
ing to the undersigned, obtain one
copy of the drawings and one copy of
thc specifications for the sum ol
twenty dollars  ($20).
Kach tender must be accompanied
by an accepted hank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered
hank of Canada, made payable to the
Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, for the sum of $5,000, whicli
shall he forfeited iT the party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete Ihe work contracted
for. The cheques or certificates of
deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
he returned to them upon the execution  of the contract.
The Bucoesatul tenderer shall furnish a bond of a guarantee company
satisfactory to the Minister of Pub -
lie Works, ei|tial to ten (10) percent,
of lho contract, amount, for the due
fulfilment of tha contract.
Tenders will not be considered un
loss made out on the forms supplied
signed   willi   the   actual   signature    ol
the tenderer, and enclosed in the en-
dopes furnished.
The lowest or any lender not ncccs
.oily accepted.
.1. K. GRIFFITH,
Public  Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., August 2-1 th, 1911.
UOLD RANUE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   20,   HEVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
Meets  every  Wednesday  except   the
Third Wednosday ol each month     in
Oddlollows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, O.  0.
G. H. BKOCK, K. ol R. & S.
M. of V.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meets Socond   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each mouth in    Selkirk
Hall.     ViBiting  Woodmen ara
cordially invited to attend
H.  W. EDWARDS, Com. Com.
JAMES McINTYRE.  Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Kevelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Rovelstoke,    B.   O.,     and
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Rovolstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH.
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIB AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELBTOKE.
H
WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282, Revelstoke.
Plans  and     Specifications  prepared
for     all    classes     of buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue  Printing.
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take milieu that I, Harry John -
stou, of Arrowhead, B. C, occupu -
Uuu Merchant, inteudB to apply lor
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:
Commeuciug at u post planted at
about three buudred yards south ol
Creek ou sand point about two miles
north of Cape Horn on Upper Arrow
Luke, running twenty chains north,
thenoe eighty chains east, thence
twenty cbuins south, tbence eighty
chains' wesl along the lake shore to
point of commencement and containing one hundred and sixty ucres more
or leBB.
Dated  July 10th,  1911.
HARRY   JOHNSTON.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of  West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, J. 0. Elliot, of
'  I'."' Itoi   e.iii  proceed   Arrowhead, B. 0., occupation, physic-
1       i'm the Haul oat-ate amongst   Ian,   intends  to  npply  for  permission
I   entitled   thereto,   reg-ard   baing|to     purchase I lie following described
whieh
had   oiilv   to   those  claims  of
'aid       Kiacutor   Khali   have   then   re
■ : notlee,
I'lll, I'lll.
HARVEY, Mel -vRTHR i  PINKHAM,
Bolloltoi (ot Rev, 0. A. Procunler,
lands:
Commencing at B PoBt planted near
N.W. corner pout of  Lot 7958 and run
Ding    CO  eh,i,in   not ib,       thence    SC
chains  cast,   thenco  GO chains  south,
Ihence DO chains west to the point of
Executor ol the last wil]  (1f , commi nernienl   and   marked
Deceased.
."fi * i     a. mi age   oui real
di nt  il   .■' opei i y ndiai enl i" town ou
i   *      hn. Coursler ll.
Moving
tonight.
i   theatre
J.    C.
Elliot's   S.   W.   Cm mr   Post,       containing some 400 acres more or less.
Dated August 7th,  1911.
J. C. ELLIOT.
Per R. Armstrong, Agent.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Laud  DiBtrict.
District  ol  West Kootenay.
Take uotice that I, Josiah Hack,
of RevelBtoke, B. C, occupation hair
dresser, inteudB to apply for per-
missiou to purchase the lollowing described lauds.
Commencing at u post planted at
about the Boiith-east corner ol Harry
Johnston's application to purchase,
and running north forty chains,"
thence eaat sixty ohaiiiB, thence south
forty chaius, thence west uixty chaina
along lhe Lako shore to point ol
commencement und containing three
hundred und twonty acres more or
less.
Dated July 17th, 1911*.
JOSIAH HACK.
BREWERY  FOR  SALE.
Under instructions tbo undersigned
Solicitors for the Executor of the
last Will ol the lute James E. Long,
ol Revelstoko, B. C, a brewer, -deceased, invite tenders for the purchase of the business and property
known us "Long's Brewery" -at Revelstoke. The area of the land is between five and six acres with a good
stream of water running through it.
The buildingB and improvements consist of a brewery and dwelling and a
profitable brewing business has been
carried on there during Bcverul yearB
past.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned     up     to    „„d      including
September 16th, 1911, for the      purchase of the property.
Further particulars, if desired, may
lie obtained from tlie undersigned.
HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor lor th* Executor.
i
R WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  C,  1911.
THE IIVC^il^-IIIEIR-A.IL.ID,  BEVBLSTOKEl
WEDNESDAY,  F.V.n.  C,  13
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE  INSTALLED  IN  THEIR  VAULT  A   NEST  OF
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE ANY
TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES,
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONIC OF THESE BOXES
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FOR   PURTHEH   INFORMATION   APPLY  TO
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH-F.  Nl. GIBSON. MQR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that poes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always bo depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATEOJ856
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund ■    $4400,000
Has 77 Branches io Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohos.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
IT SURE IS HOT !!
But is always cool at the greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Ideal Place to spend the Summer Holidays.    Natural
Hot Water Baths, 121 degrees ol heat.
Rales from $ 12 lo $ 15 Fer Week
Write us for particular*.   Wm, Rovit, Manager
G-ET  "WISE I
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters^
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that lhe whiskeys we are
helling are the tiest. Cull and be
luiivinced. No household should
he wilhoul a .supply of < ur Harvey's Speoial Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
BO years old or Blackberry Brandy
tor Medicinal purposes, Dur slock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold by all
the leading boteli-, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importera and Dealers In Fure Wines, liquors, Cigars snd Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own Nurseries
on the Coldstream   Estate
II. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, 3, C, Revelstoke, B, C
WESTERN FLOAT
News ot Interest to Western
Readers by R. T. Lowery
Merritt is troubled     with    chicken
thieves.
A Hindoo newspaper is published
in Victoria.
Scarlet lever has again broken out
in Queenel.
C. McDonald has opened a barber
shop in  t'oalmont.
The lnverniore hotel has opened
tor business in Wilmer.
A Methodist, church will lie built lu
l'rince  Uupert  this tall.
Tho Oddfellows have organized a
lodge in  South Fort Q-eorge.
The new theatre, now building ln
Itnpe will seat 901) people.
The newspaper In Quesnel is now
owned  by   an  hotelkecper.
As health officer ol Penticton, Pr.
McGregor receives i'ft a year.
While lishing II. Buckingham was
drowned  in  the Skeena river.
in September 23 red deer will arrive at the coast from England.
Hope can boast of having a shooting gallery,  and a new sawmill.
A motor oar has been put on the
road between Quesnel nnd llarkerville
M. M. Stephens formerly ol Phoenix is building a block in Rupe.
The Omineca Miner will be the
name of Hazelton's third newspaper.
In Bnderby an opera house is being
built,   opposite  the Methodist  church
Hubert Keast recently dtod in
Duncan. He wns bora in Victoria in
1870.
Passenger steamers in B. C. cannot lawfully carry gasoline or other
explosives.
Three new postoflices have recently
been opened in the Comox-Atlin district.
Steve Momigliun haB sold the
Southern hotel at Bellcvue, to Wm.
Evans of Coleman.
In Fernie the mayor receives a Fal
ary of $100 n month, and tho alderman $3  a session.
A hawk was recently shot near
Creston that measured 40 inches from
bip to tip of its wings.
Three Egyptian women were recent
ly arrested in Vancouver for unlawfully telling fortunes.
In Blairmore a Belgian wns fined
$40 for shooting a prairie chicken out
of season and  on Sunday.
The new sawmill at Sicamous will
be run by electric power, and have a
daily  capacity  of  Ul'.OOO  feet.
Bob Jtrow of Hazelton will put a
gasoline boat upon Francis Lake
next spring. This lake is 80 miles in
length.
Thomas Abriel will start a paper
in Nakusp within a month. It is 17
years since that town hud a newspaper.
J. M. Campbell will soon begin thc
publication of a newspaper at Charlotte City. It will be called the
Islander.
A drove of horses from the State
ot Washington were pold r'ceal'y in
Ladysmith, I'or prices running Irom
$50 to $115 each.
The Douglas Late south o: Kamloops is the largest ranch tn II. C
It contains 100,000 aeeii of crown-
cri.ntod land.
For supplying a Bask ot wnisky on
Sunday, the proprljt ir of '.ue Lytton hotel in New West.miisjter had
to pay a hue of $100.
During the past yea- ihe business
o' Herman Clover's iu New l)eli\er
bas doubled. He is i':.- '"at Burns ot
the  Sloian  country.
The re-building of the Northern
hotel in South Fort (ioorge has com
menced. It is three storeys jigh *i.d
will contain 80 rooms.
The editor ol the Endeiby paper
is building a m * printing office. I'he
lnnd of red apples is evidently luy.il
to its local lever o' thought.
The new Congregational church
building in Vancouver will .lost
$75,000. It will be erected upon the
corner  ol Thurlow nml   Pendrlll  Sts.
• For supplying liquor iu his cafe
in New Westminster, Jumcs Sporeson
has been fined $20 anil costB. He was
caught by two policeman in plain
clothes.
(Irorge Valentine Jaflrny Venion
worked at the Coldstream ranch near
Vernon some time ago. He afterwards went to Australia where he
was tried upon a murder charge and
acquitted. He was a bonze fiend and
went to Kngland to enter nn In.
ebriate asylum in London. In duly
he confessed to the editor of a London pn|".'i thai lie was guilty nt tbe
murder in Australia for which he hnd
been acquitted. A few duys later he
bought a guo, end blew bit    brains
OUt at Victoria Station. The jury
said he was suffering from temporary insanity when he cashed in by
the   bullet,  trail.
The provincial jail in Tluve Forks
has been repaired, and there is now
no chance of any inmates falling out
of the windows, and breaking their
necks.
At Keleih'ii recently a young lady
killed a rattlesnake by throwing
stones at it. The snake at the time
was prospecting for a supper of
youthful spring chickens.
In New I); liver this summer J. 0.
Bolander lias grown several potatoes
that weighed over a pound. This will
remind you that the Slocan produces
more  things  than  aiinc or galena.
New Denver will hold its Annual
Fruit Fair on September 211. About
$170 in on»h will be given for prizes,
in addition to seeds, nursery slock
ducks, cut glass boWl, and a Wyandotte rooster.
John Brake, Duncan Blnclalr, Mrs.
Ab Keith, .lames Hurley and John
Wiitson have died this suninier. They
were old timers of Pctrolia, Ontario,
well-known to many in the west.
John Willis Mcl'iie wbo recently
died at Hope, was a Veteran ot the
American wai having been ono of
llie soldiers who wore the gray. His
body has been shipped to Virginia
for burial.
Tills summer a rancher at Pentic -
ton gathered 5,300 pounds of apricots
from 100 trees. After paying the cost
of boxing and packing he realized a
little over eight cents a pound for
his crop.
In the Slocan there is un agitation
on foot to.prevent the granting of
any more hotel licenses In Silverton.
This may te according to law, but
it is rather harsh on the hotels recently  burned out.
The Victoria Lumber Co., at Chc-
mainus has received an ordt'r from
the Grand Trunk Pacific railway Co.
for 10,000,Ci'0 faet of lumber. When
completed the lumber will lid fifty
ears.
Last week about 90 men began
grading for the 0. P. R. spur between Three Forks and Bear Lake.
This force will be increased this week
and in a short time there will be a
Hash of the old days at the Forks
Hughie Niven left the  camp  too  soon
tail; Bostonians
Delightful, fascinating, enjoyable,
captivating, unique, bewitching dainty. It would take aU ol the above
and many other complimentary expressions to properly describe oue of
the performances given by the Jr.,en
tie Bosurnians. The charming organization of girls has been very optly
called the dessert of the theatrical
menu, which expresses the refreshing
tastiness of their entertainment perfectly. This season they .vill appear
in that tuneful operetta "The Hose
of Blandi-en," which is said to l.e
■ iim of tbe cleverest song shows on
tour this year, and when produced by
this clever bunch <.'.' youthful artists
there is little room left for doubting
the assertkn that the theatre-going
public of Hevelstoke have a treat in
store for them on Sept. 19 and 20 at
the  Kdison  theatre.
street
Lum-
Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals are given thus: 2 strj'ttn,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, llo»
4. No. ot box will also be shown
n indicator at Firo Hall.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner First street
dd McKenzie avenue, C. Br Hume
& Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First street
nd  Rokeby avenue, post office.
Boi No./ 16—Corner Second street
and Government Road and Upora
Icuse.
Box No. 17—Corner Third
n I   Campbell  avenue,  Globe
nr  company.
Box No. 18—C.P.R. station.
Box No. 24—Corner Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue, Catholic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner Blxth btieot
nd Orton avenue, W. A. Foote.
Boi No. :'i, I'uiiii-i Fourth stroet
nd Townloy street, corner south
rack.
Boi No. 28—Coruer Becond stre.it
nd llnhi un avenuo, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36-8chool.
FIRE  BRIGADE  NO.  ONE
Box No. 44-Plre Hall No.  1.
Box No. 45—Front street west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King und
louglas streets. Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Comur Second and
Vales streets, back ol court bouse.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
:ihas. streets, Cowan block.
blgnal lor practice—not leas than
lx (6) slow strokes.
One (1) Indicates line broken or
re out.
C.P.R. Engineer Geo. Duncan, of
Winnipeg, had his leg broken by tho
driving rod of his engine on tbo
Sourll brunch. While running M
miles an hour tbe driving rod broke
and smashing Into thc cub struck the
engineer below tbe kaee.
The Ladies of Revelstoke May
Now Have Beautiful Hair—C.
R. Macdonald Has the Article
and Guarantees It to Grow Hair
or Refund Your Money.
C. It. Macdonald backed up by the
manufacturers of SALVIA, the Great
Hair Grower, guarantees it to grow
hair,
SALVIA destroys Dandrull in ten
■days.
The roots of the hair ure so nourished and fed that a new crop of hair
springs up, to the amazement and do
light of the user. The hair is made
soft and llully. Like all American
preparations SALVIA is daintly portioned. It is hard to find an actress
who does not use SALVIA continually.
Ladies of society and inlluenco use
no other.
SALVIA is a non-sticky preparation and is the ladies' favorite. A
large, generous bottle, 50c. Tbe
Scobcll Drug Co., St. Catharines,
('anadian distributors.
It.  0. CHURCH.
St. Francis of AsBisii Catholic
church, corner ol Fifth street and
McKenzie avenuo.
Services—On all Sundays, except
the fourth of each month. Low mass
with Communion of lhe Faithful at
S a.m. High Mass at 10:30 a. in.,
Christian Doctrine for children at
2:30 p.m. Rosary with Bendictiou ol
The Blessed Sacrament 7:30 p.m.
On week days—Holy Mass every
morning at 7:30. Confessions are
heard every evening after 7:30 and
in tho mornings before Mass.
J. F. McNEIL, P.P.
smxs^fSLWSmWmm
Coronation"1
•JTEAw
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 $  a pound
In commemoration of tlie coronation of
King George V,'* RidRways" have put on the
market a coronation tin of a most picturesque
and exquisite design, bearing excellent portraits
of King (.ieorge V, QlieeQ Mary and tlie Prime
of Wales. Special panels havo been designed
representing Canada, India, Afriui, Australia
and New apiland.
Only a malted number have been impoited.
Price OOe. for one pound tins.
Ai Iteat t>ho|in.
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321 Cambie Street,
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
I£
A&ixcoviver B.C.^
Shilohh Gure
quickly itppfl roudht,   cures colds, hcali
lhe throat ud luofrt      •   -   •     30 «oU-
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork-.
Get vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). S/?abvf   -    Proprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Eularged   anJ Improved.     Firat-ClaaB in every respect.     All modern convenience!
l.auM* Sample Koomo.
Ratio $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     ST03STE1      JFIROIP.
E.   G.    BURRSDGK
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
—WORK   SHOP
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoko
UNION HOTEL
ARKO >HKA!>, 11. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
linen and lonrliilu. First-class Bam pie
1 rooms. Finest a enery in British Colora-
bio, over! ul.'-y Upper Arrow I.nke.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
.Satisfaction guaranteed
Five Acre Lot
Suitable for subdivision
Close to City  Limits
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric Half cash
Signs
PRICE $800
Balance on Terms
R. Z. CRAWF0RD:w B por.E»TSDSJ
K-..I.I,,.,, *. tu si. .,d Rob.,-....! •»■   "■   KUUtii ISDN
Shop in Alley back of B. J. Bourne'a
Store, First Street
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
RepuirH of all  kinds  rurally d ne
Bicycle and (iun work a specialty
Kathnales ftlteti on any class
of work
Front       Street.
Rea! Tstate and lnsurar.ee
Corner McKenzie Avo. and :nd St.
Lunil)
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
■pedalty of LoKgfing
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets ana everything
required in your business,
CEMENT BLOCKS
UfmofnottirtO for ah omik«* of  *.ul   ■ ■■••*
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE GUY AND FIRE  BRICK
For saU in Inm* Of *mnM ')vnntitio9
hL the l"wsHt prlsM f<Tc.i>li
AU li in-i' o( 1.nil'lii.« and plastaruig
uaertskeo
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
J GONZAGA COLLEGE |J]2
Conducted by the .'■ uli Kailicr* n* n,
boarding snd day tebool. en on\ u|m»u its
jubilee ; ear. with a well known record of
Bte "tv proorew and anornan. tn lu prawn
state of development, with it*- minplele
-tnirof competent profwwoni snd Itb up-to-
date equipment, It offers toda] lhe best
< du< Minna] fo i Itie* ot am iimi 11 ii lu
UtnoorOiwatt Full colleiftate hlKhtcood
and commerotsl oouraea, siao prapsiaiorji
deparirw nt ioi youuger rtudohU \. <- ■
yesr'n euro)ment ."»iti Kail teruiopenaon
SepU n'. 1911 c itsJoffuc on spi licntton,
Andrew President, Qoniags Coll«Kn,8po«
ksne, \\ tab, jly la
HOLY NAMES ACADEMY ANO NORMAL SCHOOL
Si'iiKANK, Wash.
Cilia!,.-lie anil  Hairs Ml Application.
Addreni    Sis-ran Supkrioh.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEH
The Dominion Elections
will soon be on
so also will be
The Shooting Seeson
—'     ♦—    .-
Game Heads Mounted by
TAXIDERMIST EDWARDS
P  O. Box 31
REVELSTOKF, - 3. C.
(l.ilena   Rny  lnmlH in parodc of —
io or 20 acres or en bloc.   Corre«- Dr. de Van's Female Pills
pondeilCe invited. A r«li«bl« Frtoch r»gtill  .i; ncvci I*.■!».  Thc.o
m pills Ate excceillllKly p lUerlal In r.nuUtlnK the
Ol ...        h*m*.mm.m     MnefttlTt portion ol tno femtliLmttm.   Refuse
Innn  Nnaw   flfiP.ni ,«nn.r..Pi-nnai*ion» or.-ut*..'..,e»,:,i.t
JUIIII      WIICllW.      nilVll i<    ,;, *, |,.„. „, thrrt I ,f||n.    M.ulrlManva*l,lreM.
V i Th* Ko»b«U DriiK Co., fK. OthBrlnu. Oat,
BOX 616 Arrowhead     ' Bold at Macdonald! Drug Store.
Fruit Land:
FOR SALE WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.   6,  1911.
THE  nVCJ^IL-HIER^LLID,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.   C,   1911.
Will CLOUDS AGAIN
OVERHANG EUROPE
nervousness Over Situation Increases at BsrMn—Negotiations Still Under Way
Berlin, Sept. 5—-Th\> nervousness
over the protected Franco-Gorman
negotiations in regard to Morocco,
seems to have increased with the resumption at the Herman foreign office
yesterday of conversations between
the French ambassador, Mr. Oambon
an.l bbe German foreign minister here
Baron  Von Kiderlin Waichter.
Wild rumors are-being circulated in
German provincial towns. Large
sums ut money have been withdrawn
from savings bank, owing tn rumors
that war was Impending. Hanks arc
enforcing the rule that nolice ol inleu
ion of depositors to withdraw funds
must  I*  given   in  advance.
Rumors  are   b.*ing circulated   on   the
: tier  to tbe eflect that tbo German
ambassador to France, Hen* Von
Bchten, bad been murdered in l'aris,
and thai Germany would immediately declare war were strengthened by
rumor9 ol artillery boing culled to the
capital. An outbreak of dysi nlery
among the troops was the reason for
their return to barracks. There was
no mc-'ting today between M.Oambon
arnl Heir Von Kiderlin Waechter, but
it is possible that another conference
will be held tomorrow afternoon. Th.*
German Imperial Chancellor, Von
Betbmann Holl-ewg, returns to tli'
capital Irom Kiel where he had been
railed for a meeting between the Gel'.
man emperor and Crown l'rince Franz
For.inland of Austria Hungary.
COMING [VENTS
Sept. 11 and 12—Revelstoke Fall Fair
agricultural exbibitB, live stock,
poultry, horse racing and other attractions.
Sept. l'J-20.— The FumouB Juvenil
Bostonians ut the lidison theatre.
Sept. 26-27—Tlm Musical Eckhardts
in vaudeville at the Hdison theatre.
October K—Royal Welsh Choir, al
the Edison theatre.
Nov. 13—Return ot the favorites, The
Allen Flayers in repertoire.
Nov. 30—Mark Hamburg the great
Russian I'ianist, at tbc Bdison
theatre.
Dec. 18—Cl'. Walker presents tbe Win
Yule company in the Rivals, at th
Edison theatre.
tan. 10— Return of Wm. Yule & Co.,
in Dombey  fi  Son, Edison theatre,
Jan. 26—The famous Ferguson's Jm
llee Singers considered the best col
ored concert company on the road,
Bdison  theatre.
Feb.    2C—Tbe    Oastiesquare  Enter
taiuers in high class concert at the
Edison theatre.
Fire Alarm Boxes
Signals are given thus: 2 »tr iie-i,
nterval 6 seconds—4 strokes, Hoi
4. No. of box will also be shown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE  BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box  No.   14—Corner    First    street
nd    McKeuzie    avenue,  C.  B.  Hume
4 Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First street
ud  Rokeby  avenue,  post  office.
Bui No. 16—Corner Second street
and Government Road and Opera
ICOSS.
Box No. 17—Corner Third sti'net
a 1 Campbell avenue, Globe bum
■fr company.
Box  No.   IS—C.P.R.  statiou.
Box No. 24—Corner Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue, CuUionc
hurch.
Boi No. 25—Corner Sixth lUeet
nd Orton avenue,  W.  A.  Foot*.
Box No. 26—Corner Fuurth *.tr;et
nd Townley street, corner IJ'lth
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Secnd «;ro.-t
nd  i'.oboou  avenue,  Mrs. Bak.r.
Box No.  34—Fire Hall No. 2
Box   No.   3D—Hospital.
Box No.   36—School.
KIKE BRIGADE Mi. ONE
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No.   1.
Box No. 45—Front street w« t
ear 0.  P. R- bridge.
Box    No.    46—Corner    King      and
louglns streets,  1'alace Meat Ual  * I
Box  No.   47—Corner   Second       and
Vales streets,  back ol court house.
Box  No.     48—Corner    Third       and
Thas.  streets,  Cowan  hlock.
•Signal   lor  practice—not  leu   UiM
lx  (6)  slow  strokes.
One (1)  ludicates line broken      or
re out.
O.P.R,  Engineer Qeo, D mean,     of
Winnipeg, hnd his leg broken by the
drivine toi ut his eagfne cm lbe
Souris branch. While running IHI
miles an hour the driving rod broki
nnd smashing into lhc cab struck the
cn?lneer  blow the knee.
Lump coal   lor  heating,      nut  coil
for cooking.- H. N. Coursler.
Bees for pale—two colonies for $2'.
Mrs. Geo. Lalorme, phone 2*10.
IHE caMMEhCIAl WORLD DEMANDS
of its lulp that they know how
to do busines in a businesslike
way. If you wish to make a
success iu business learn bow to
do OFFIl'l*; WORK well. 0.
K C. I oniineiciai School gives
instructions in Letter Filing,
(litest methods) Office Work
tin a practical way). Writing
(muscular movement) and all
other work of a business college,
Okanagan College gives instruction in nmlricul'tion work,
Instrumental and Vocal Music.
Watch next week I'm a special
offer of a free course.
OKANACtAN college
Summorland, 3. O.
A Fair You Know and
So You 6j
THE NINTH  ANNUAL
Nelson fruit ti
Nnlson, B. C.
SEPTEMBER 26 =27-28
$3000 in FreeAttraclions
I O *.'■[•  MISS THESE
Burnt-tad's Wild West Show
James li. Hard), the High Wire King
Uorolhv deVouda, Queen ol the Air
Ifnppv nnd his Trick Mule 'Dynamite'
Marie'Mel J nald, the Scottish Dancel
Intor-Clty Band Tournament. Rock
Drilling boniest. Log Sawing
.ml Chcpp.n* Contests Ti9
Mulling Contes's
Single Fare Rates on nil
Transportation I Ines
lhc Biggest fair Yet ami I hen
Some.   Don'l Miss It
I.   IJ.   Annahi.k,   President
G. HoKSTKAii, Secv. and  Manager
1'. (i. liox syj, Nelson, II.C.
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William Humley,
of Patterson, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the North Kast corner of
Lot 'J32il, being thc South Kast Corner; thenee running north Ml chains.
west CO chains, south lu chains, easl
•1(1 chains, south 111 chains and east
20 chains to the point of commencement and containing 480 acres, more
or less.
Dated August 9th,  1911.
WILLIAM   1UMI.KV,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICK.
lievelstoke Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Otho Ralston,
of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation
House Decorator, Intent! to apply foi
permission to purchase ihe lollowing
described ian,is:
Commencing    .it     a   post  punted
about  t wo an I .1 hall -'. *  miles iu a
South westerly    direction    Irom
South  West  corner   ol   Lot  9329;     he
ing  the  Nortli     v*. thence
running south 80 buns, <.i-t 80
chains. north 811 chains. und
west sn chains to poiut of commence
ment, an-d containing 1,10 note- mor..'
or less.
Dated,   August   12th,   1911.
OTHti  RALSTON,  Applicant
. James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice, that I, Laura A. Ralston, of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation married woman, intend to
apply for permission to purch*ns< thj
[ollowing  described  lands:
Commencing ut a posl planted adjacent to the North Kast corner of
Lot 9323, being the North West Corner; thence south Stl chains, east Stl
chains, north SO chains and west 811
chains to point ol commencement and
containing 040 acres, more or less.
Dated Augusl 9th,  1911.
LAURA  A. RALSTON, Applicant
James Fisher, Agent.
JOamtH '38!tgEI3
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Land District.
District  of  We*-t   K,., teiiay.
Take notice  that   1.  \."i
of     Rossland,     ll.    C.
Housekeeper.      intend  to apply       for
permission t,, pur* base  the foi *
lew 1 ibed  lands
Commencing :it ,1 |
.*r ii.*.ir   1 he    South     K isl   *
l.oi     7900;     theni      0 I
west -l" chains,  north   1        *        on I
east 40 chains to poini ■ if commeti 1
inenl. and containing 160   1 ies mori
Dated Au "i.t   10th,   1911
NETTIE II    l'i.'. IT.   Vpi
I    MM I
Tne H-Mtr-Klioo ol the hou** fly ii ■ public
duty. Almost every American Stair Hoard of
Health u carrying on a cruiaHe againit Kim.
Hii filthy origin and habili, and lhe larl that
hit hody ii generally laden with diieaie.po.du, IM
germt, makei him one ol the greatest enemiej ot
lhe human race.
If lhe houiekeeperi ol Canada will uie
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
pertinently,  thii  peril   would   be   tresMadouiiy
reduced.
NOTICE.
Rovelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, John Kyle, ol
Ymir. B.C., occupation Lumberman,
intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lairds:
Commencing at. a post planted adjacent to the North West corner of
Lot 9323, being the North Kast corner; thence running south 80 ehuins,
west SO chains, north 80 chains and
east 80 chains to point of commencement, nnd containing (140 acres more
or less.
Dated August »th, 1911.
JOHN   KYLE,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICK.
Hevelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Emma Foster,
of Rossland, Ii. 0., intend to apply
for permission to purchase the lollowing described lands:
Oommenelng at a post planted at
or near the South Kast corner of
Lot 8178, thence south i-O cha ns,
west SO chains, north 80 chains and
east SO chains to point of commence,
ment and containing i;40 acres, more
or less.
Dated August llth,  1911.
EMMA   FOSTER,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William H Mc-
Whirtcr, ol Ymir, B. C, occupation
Lumberman, intend to apply :.r per
mission to purchase tho following de-
scribed lands:
Oommenelng at a post planted ou
the Kast shore of Mosquito La.it at
or near the North-west coiner of Lot
8402, lieing the South Wost corner,
thence running north 80 c mins --.h ag
lhe shore of said lake, th-mce a sl
40  chains,  south   811 chains  and   wist
in chains to point of commencement,
and containing 320 acres    pore or
less.
Dated  August  llth,   l'Jll.
WILLIAM It   McWHIRTER, Appli.-ant
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of We-i Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Anne Treglown
ol  I'.,1 ei -,,*,,   II.  c,  ocl upaUon, married woman,  Intend to apply for per-
mission to purchase the (ollowing described lands
Commencing     at     a  post   planted
:'-n (lii, chains  Bast    oi    the
Bouth vve-t oorner ol Lot I17C,   be
Ing the North  Easl  cornar;      thence
-.outh      wi   chain.-..      *••-:   M       dns
■  c.iains.
to  point   "f  commencement  and    con
taining - mor- or leas.
Dated ■    Ith,  Ml.
\MIK TREOLOWN,   '*
James Fisher, Agent
1 Kl'.TlFI'ATi; OF  IMPROVEMENT
NOTKK.
Pracl    ■ . ■  I.    H   sa
.ate     in
tbe  Trout   I...
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TAKE    '■'.•'! I' B t   I.  0    B   N
,,s sgeni
m, *. ■  • Lin tad,
Free     Ml * Mimnb*r
fiom
lor    . ■■!     lm
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claims.
■knd *       •
namtoetd
*
of Improvements.
Dated    bt iy ol      \ sgtttt,
1:111.
ii    II    N    Wll.KIK
Trout.  Lake    B. C.
NOT* E
Dlstrici     '  ffssi  Ki ■ ■■■
1 Ralston
"I    Iimi
'.11 1     to   a,,
ply ,'nr  perm isl on   to   pur base    the
follow min
•'•'Ilim   I l  po it   I'l il*tc*l   ,,d
laoenl '* t Corn 11    oi
,     *.
ner; theiac riiimini' north N i-hnm-i
mm t -• . bains, lOUttl 80 ■ limn* nnd
west.   -0  rluiillK  tO  point   of  COflUMDIM
ment mm) oontainini r.in ner* mon
or lend.
Dated   AllfUSI   'Ith,   1911.
MA1IKI.  UAl.STON.   Applicant
James Fisher, Agent
BUD UP
L
LSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
TING
HOME
We c^AIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery. Our
stock $  printing papers is large
and  well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTHenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery Memorism
Cards - Lumber Forms     Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
1
Agents f r the famous
BHPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00  Cash
■
sun WEDNESDAT,  SEPT.   6,  Mil.
THE MA1L-HEBALD,  EETELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.   6,   1911.
c
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jtume St Co.. limited
Mail   or    Telephone   your
orders.     Have our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
The Six Footer and The Five Footer
Can both be fitted perfectly with the 20th Century Brand type and model
system. It ensures not only perfect fit but perfect style. It is a marvellous
achievment in fine tailoring and worth knowing about.   We are Sole Agents
Prices $22 to $35
New Tailored Suits
Of Beauty and Distinction
Your suit MUST be right; style
MUST be up-to-date; material
MUST be good, and most import-'
ant point ofr all—lit and workmanship MUST be perfect.
New Fall Coats
In Latest Styles
Made in Broad Cloths. Mixed, Diagonal and Basket Weave Tweeds, with
Military and Shawl Collars; man tailored
and lined with best mercerised lining,
finished with velvet, silk and heavy
fancy buttons.
Sweater Coats
We are headquarters for high class sweater coats that will
appeal to all. Coats with the "Hewson" label, made from
pure Nova Scotia wool; coats made from fine imported
wools. All the new shades, made either with the low vest neck or with the high military or
reversible collars; light, medium or heavy weights. Also the heavy hunting sweaters with
extra high reversible collars, either plain or in the pineapple weaves.—Prices $2.50 to $6.00
|   Our New Fall Suits
Embody the latest fashion tendencies, are made of best material procurable by highly skilled labour,
you will like ihem knowing
that in fit and finish they cannot be
surpassed.
X House Furnishings X
Wall Papers
WALL PAPERS—Why have your room
look dingy when you can brighten it up with
a pretty wall paper at so little cost. We have
a choice line of this season's papers in dainty
shades of Blues, Fawns, and Greys, Crossbar
Linens, as well as the heavier shades of
Greens, Reds and Browns, suitable for dining
rooms, living rooms and kitchens. Call and
look them over. We don't blame the cub'
totner who is hard to satisfy, but show them
something that is Bure to plaase.
Blankets, Bed Comforts
We have a splendid line of Blankets,
heavy weight, for Fall and Winter use, in
White, Red and Silver Grey, also a choice
new lot of Children's Crib Blankets and Comforts in Blues and Pinks, exceptionally dainty
and splendid value—90c to $175 each.
Regular size Bed Comforts in Eiderdown^
Lambs wool and Maish Laminated Cotton.
All Choice Goods
Iron Beds
Mattresses and Pillows
A nice range of cheap and medium
priced Beds carried in stock at our warehouse.
A splendid line of Feather Pillows. See
our Special at $1.75 PER PAIR.
Window Shades
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
We make window shades to measure, any
size, an exceptionally fine line of Shade
Goods which do not crack or pinhole. Brass
and wood Curtain Poles, all sizes, with fitting^
to suit.
Venbrite Venoil
The Magic Furniture Polish
Havve you -tried Veribrite, if not, do so.
You will be surprised at the ease with which
you can keep your furniture looking like a
mirror.
Try It for Dusting
Call and See Them
Ready-to-wear Department
Second Floor
TAKE THE ELEVATOR
2£ High Class Groceries iX
Seasonable Fruits
We can always assure you of the
best quality of fresh fruits. We are
now receiving daily Peaches, Pears,
Plums, Canteloups, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Watermelons, Ripe Tomatoes and Cucumbers- Place a
standing order with us to be filled
from fresh arrivals each morning.
Get Hume's Prices
Baking Powders
We are just opening up a new
shipment of Price's Baking Powder
in6oz., 12oz., 24 lbs. and 5lb. cans.
The constant and rapid increase in
the demand for this Baking I'owder,
shows the public's appreciation of a
medium priced baking powder that
can be relied upon as being pure and
wholesome. In PRICE'S you have
Quality. Quantity and Price.
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Condensed Coffee and Coc
oa
Reindeer brand condensed Coffee
and Cocoa is made from the best
grades of Coffee and Cocoa, pure
granulated sugar and cream. It is
rich, and always ready by simply
adding boiling water. One can makes
twenty-five cupfuls. It will keep in
the same can after being opened. A
choice article for the campers and *
summer widowers.5
Breakfast Foods
Quality is the main consideration
in the manufacture of food-stuffs.
We handle only thc best and purest
goods on the market and consequent
ly our Breakfast Foods are in big demand. We handle them all and can
always give the best to be had. Ask
us for prices per dozen packages.
Feed
We  are   headquarters for Hay,
Oats, Bran, Shorts, etc   Ask prices. WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.   6,  101T.
nL'HE.nvn^IL-TTER^-LID,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   SKrT.   C,  1911.
REID & YOUNG
1911 FALL MILLINERY DISPLAY
Wire from East received :—MISS CALL
leaving for Revelsioke with latest Trimmed
and Untrimmed Novelties in Fashionable
Ladies' Hats.
1911 FALL MILLINERY DISPLAY
I
3
JLJ7
£ -
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OUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Moving pictures at Edison theatre
tonight.
Mr. and Mrs, Sine ar, on a vIsH tu
Oaigary.
9ii ncros ol garden property nenr
town, cheap.—H.  N.  Coursler.       tf.
Mr. A. McRae left on Sunday nighl
for Edmonton on a business trip.
Mr.  N>il  McEachren  returned un
Monday rom a week's business trip
to Edmonton.
Greenwood  has a  lire  bug  as well
as Nelson. The Ledger reports Ave
tires in one Week in iiiiiiilial.it i- I
buildings.
Miss Louise Howe of Calg-ary, wa
a visitor over     Sunday and    Labor
Dny with Iver (rien.l, Mr. P.W. Sl.'ii-
Miss Howe had lieen visiting in Ncl
son for the past six week- and was
on her way hark lo Oaigary.
Notice to Exhibitors Section
I —Floral. Class 4--Best collection
of Sweet Peas. Exhibitor i please
note that it will not be necessary
to name the varieties.
John Re.lpatb, the sugar king of
Montreal, passed through the city
yesterday   on  a  special   iram. Mr.
Re.tp.ith used the special with the
object of getting a good look nt li.
t'.'s magnificent scenery.
The Labor Day dance In the Drill
Hall, under the auspices of the R.M.
R.. was most sUi-oeSBful, Over lifty
couple were present and thoroughly
enjo>ed the evening as the guests ol
the company. The t'ity Hand furnish
ei  ihe music.
A picn c will Le given ,,t tue click
et grounds on Saturday next, Scpl
ith, .'or the purpose ,,f re-organlrlng
the Band of Hope for lhe coming
season's work Should the weather
he unfavorable the picnic will lie held
in the parlors of the Metho
church.
rbe st ires ol the oity will be clus
■-.i al   1-•' i the two da)   sof    the
.*jh;h.', ii. September llth and 12th,
iini will open again at seven o'cli
ji thi- even ngs. This is to give the
clerks a chance to attend the fair,
and the crowds Iri m outside a bharicc
to I tbeii popping while in tb
city.
Tb*,*    Floral     committee Is anriousJ
:    I ite ae large a dlsplaj ,A flowei • :
iMlble,  and  to  this -nd    wuuld
;h it all  w!..* have flowers auH
•     i    ■*!..;*    ;**   -*     whould
.   th-m.    Nothing   is  ol  more   Val
i: n. ik dr i'■■   ■ i- i n '- attractive
thai   m.i ie    of  bi Ighl  colored flow
■ ■   •       hoped  that  all      l»ho
Bl      a:        -el  it,   making   tbi   Pall    **.
i      - Kill hr.ne all the flowers 'hv
i , ■    Qui        * . .i  in* ma i - »Ith the
-*•■( re.ai       i nrat morning   I
tbe Fa iny m imlier    of    fh •
F*l< i al  i itntn ttei
.Moving pictures  lonlgtl
■U-W^KVi.V-fMI
In'order to got the bosl results from yom- chickens
you must provide the best foods available, as without these egg producing foods you certainly dp not
Ket the best results. Try our Beef Scrap, Oyster
Shell Grit, Crushed Hone or Alfalfa Menl.
PEEP-Wealso carrj a full slock of Hay, Oats,
Wl eat, Buiey. Corn, Chop, Brafr and Shorts.
A.  HOBSON,        Baker and Gocer.
JAM) iioilil»«tt«
FOK   SALE
i
, "0 acres lirst class land close to city, suitable
for either fruit or mixed farming. Will seU in
lots from 5 acres up, $85 an acre. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
Mr. G. II. Urock, secretary of the
B.C. Kire Ohk'ts Association of Btit-
isli Columbia, will attend in his official capacity at its convention to tie
held in Vancouver next week.
Arrangements have been made ior
liiir. fare for adults and ir*c. for children on special conveyances from
each livery to the exhibition grounds
mi Monday and Tiles.lay.
j
The 27th annual convention of the
Dominion Trades and Labor Congress
will open in Calgary on Monday
morning next. All the political
speakers of Alberta are giving addresses before Ihe congress on Monday atternoon.
: I). T. Ferguson al one time y prominent merchant of Kenora, Ont.,
but now a resident of Vancot 'cr.
[Committed suicide on the Princess
I Victoria on Saiuiday eu route from
I Vancouver to Victoria. The deceased
I leaves a family in Kenora.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Needham and
family leave at the end oj the week
| on a visit lo the coast. Mr.Need*
ham will attend thc Fire Chiefs convention to be held in Vancouver on
the llth and lliih and 13th inst., c
the representative and chief' of No. 1
brigade.
Many tourists from the United
States are now making the trip over
the Rockies via tho C.P.R. The report is that the C.P.R. Rocky moun
tain resorts never looked belter than
now. and visitors have nothing but
praise for thc scenery along the
route.
liiiring a terrific storm, which
swept over lhe country north of Lon
don, Ont., on Saturday afternoon,
two children driving a horse and
buggy were blown with the outfit in
to a lield, the house, of (ieorge Hall
Birr wns demolished, the wind tearing oil the roof and most of the second  storey.
There are practically no "House
for Rem" signs to he seen in town.
That, is proof of growth nnd pioB-
perity but also an indication tint
more homes ought to be provided
for the people who would move here
if homes could be* rented. A number
of cozy and attractive cottages that
enn lie rented at a reasonable figure
is what is wanted.
' Poultry fanciers are reminded that
entries for poultry exhibits should be
in the hands of P.M. Smythe, secretary of Hevelstoke Poultry Associa
tion hy Thursday night, September
7th, but owing to delay in getting
out prize lists the time has bean extended to Saturday evening September 9th. No entries will be received
after the last mentioned date.
CLASSIC SHOES
Juvenile I'oslonims at Edison Tlieatn
September 19th and 20tll
Card of Thanks
Moving  pictures at  Edison theatre
tonight.
Miss   Marie     Armstrong is  vlsititt.
her brother Mr.  .las. Armstrong.
Moving   pictures  nt  Edison  theatre
tonight.
Mr.  W.   King,  architect,  is  visiting
at  Kumioops.
Mr. and  .Mrs.   ,1.   M.   Keliie are  via- I     K(,e(,  Sm    mh  ^   ,fl(|i  f ..    ^
"""-' ""' eoo8t aties. Juvenille Bostonians at  the     /dMon
1090 feet of the  news  ot  the  world   theatre.
at  the 1'Misoii  theatre  tonight,
Mis.   M.   Kruin.   of   Merntt.     .-t    in
.Mr. C.  A.   Barnum    left      yesterday   the city  the  guest   of hei   aistw  -Jin
on a hu-i.il.*ss visit to Vancouver.       \   Johnson.
Mi. G, s. MeCarter wenl north to
Downie Creek on the .*..*. Revelstoke
yesterday.
The Tei umseh   lacross *   team
Toronto  on   Sunday   for  t!..
play   ioi*   the   Minto cup.
Mr.  and  Mis    It.   ll
on  Tu-ttidny   from  a  boH lay  trip    '
St.   Leon   Hot  Springs.
Eleven  lives   »ei
pei - us  seriously   Injured   :n an
tei tire at  Juneau,  Alaska, on
day  night.
Mr.Rand   Urblx as,  mn I  ■
ilil.lion.  Lumber  Co.
wa.*- in the     • night, retui
ng.
it   W, Haggen   P.L
city visiting his mother, Mr-     ;■:   \
Haggen foi    i few   lay-    Mr.   H
Ml  ** .1.        1      Ml   •
a inr  trip.
M     * on.irk.
i'.    It.    Mai-dollall     in I    W      *\      K
are returning     today     by tbe
11m.* ..-toke   from   a   visit    tO   'he      II'.
lit  placer  min - al     Mel
i reek
Mi. and  Mrs. Tucker returned lloni
Vancout *     they  took  In      the
fair.
tnapliJ  bai ■   .-.    ■■ tm    were
:  by  the  Kamloops team    at
Kamloops . n  Let* r  Daj
good   C.itcii-
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STOUT'*
BARGAINS IN
LADIES' HANDBAGS
$4.00 and $5.00 bags
Selling at .T2.00 for
a week.
FOR   ONE
WEEK ONLY
BOOKS
TheNe'er I'" Well
bv Rex li' ich
The Common [<aw
by Chambers
*sl  'l'i
pyramid Hir 'nils So   Cacb
Wilson»r y "aC / ICc-tuc"
POST   CARD*
The larjrosl MWrtmcnt of
local l'ost Cards ta choose
from.—26c. per down.
Tin: REXATX Ow a ST<rt?K
i Mr. and Mrs. John Shaw, of
Douglas street, beg to tender their
most sincere thanks to their many
I friends, for the sympathy anil kinil.
|n,'ss shown Ihem during the illness
' ol their family and the death of their
'daughter. Also to Dr.'s Sutherland
'and Hamilton for their attention
I and promptness during their time
of trial.
Mr.  ami Mrs.  John  Shaw.
Wo carry the BEST line of Children's Shoes that is
ira e, ami a host of satisfied customers will bear us out
in trie statement. We guarantee every pair we sell. If
you are not satisfied with the wear of any pair you buy,
we will make it satisfactory and leave it all to you.
Could we do this if we did not know that we had an
extra goo I line. We carry but one make of Children's
Shoes branded " CLASSIC " and we have just
opened ou Fall Stock, and can fit the kiddies and bigger
children in all styles.
STRONG SHOES FOR SCHOOL
Good, strong shoes for school, Vici and Patent for
fine wear, neat slippers for parties, and comfortable,
dressy shoes for the babies. Come and let us show
them to you. We have a new style in a high top button
for the winter.
oMcLennan C& Co.
In'the report of the death of the
ehilil, the Mail-Herald stated that it
was the infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
John Shaw. It should have read the
eldest daughter, Lizzie, aged 12 years
j" months and 3 days, who died of
diphtheria.
NOTICK
General Rule No. 15 and notice on
..'iieral Entry Form of the Fall Fair
Prize Liet, does not applj to Section A, Poultry and Pet Stock. Also
that boys and girls under 16 years
making entries in Section A, will he
allowed free entrance to the grounds
W.  ll.   ROBERTSON,
Secretary.
HOt'SF, TO liKT—Revelstoke General
Agencies.
FOR BALE Piano, Mason & Risch.
Apply Mrs. W. A. Sturdy, corner
Fifth  Btreet and  McKenzie avenue.
OUTFITTERS FOR
MEN WHO  KNOW
J. & T. Bell's, Doctors' Special unci
Reed's Cushion Shoes, MelM erson's
Trainmen's Shoes, aud dress shoes of all
kinds, all of which nre Union made.
Stanfield's ami high grade English
Underwear, Everything lhat the logger
requires for com fori. Chippewa Falls
Driving Shoes ami Shoe Packs.
JOHN BULL
Howson's Block Kevelstoke, B. ('.
t'nsh nml One Price
FOR SALB—IliO acres of land in the
Hitter Root Valley, Montana, cheap
for cash or trade for vacant lots.—
Box 2K7,  Revelstoke,  B.  O. 4t.
GROCERIES THAT ARE GOOD
When you buy groceries you want goods that are fresh anil that can
be relied upon,    We have them.    We are headquarters for
Groceries,   Provisions,   Boots   and Shoes
Tobaccos,  Etc.
TRY OUR CPI.I'.HRATI'Ii HOME MADE BRRAD
D. GALLICANO, Third Street, Near Railroad Track
|uvci lie Hostoiilsti   nl  I ill ■ n Tl
BejHi in 11   9lh .iii'l    i i
%
In buying baking powder
examine the label and take
only a brand shown to be
made with Cream oi Tartar
DnPRICE'S
CREAM
Baking Ponder
A pure, wholesome, reliable Grape
Cream oi Tartar Baking Powder.
Improves the flavor and adds
to the healthfulness ot the food.
No Alum—No Lime Phosphate
Both Reduce the   Healthfulness
oi the Food.
•• I am qnitr positive that lhe nne ol alum baking
powder ■honld be condemned."
Pnf. Vaaghan, tltikrttlty nl MicAifan.
Road thm iabnl anil romombor ihai
"Alum, sodium alum, basic aluminum aulpbala,
xulphale ol aluminum, all mean Ihe same thing —
namely. BURNT ALIIM."   Kamai Stale Boatd ol lltallk.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Half the Summer is still ahead. We have
provided for it by keeping our stock well
assorted in sizes.
FASHIONABLE SUITS FOR FALL
|ust received our Fall Samples for made-to-
order Suits.    Let   us  show  them   to   vou.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Foot-Rite Shoes.
Fit-Reform Clothing
KNITTED GOODS
We have just opened up Our
Fall Stock of Men's and Boys'
Sweaters and Sweater Coals, whieh
consists of a larj,re assortment of
different colors and qualities. They
come in the plain and fancy
weaves.
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PUnnvilu.can.       turraua. w.y.
Prices from $1 to $e
\   McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
REVELSTOKE OPERA HOUSE
One Night Only
Saturday, September 16th, 1911
Geo. M. Gohon'B Greatest Musical Comedy
II
With a Star Caste and the "Blue
Ribbon Ponies "
Prices, $1.50 - $1.00 - 75c.
Seats at Macdonald's Drug Store
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