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"Empire" Typewriter
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For case of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $60.
Interior Publishing Co.. Agts.
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Visiting Cards
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Interior PuDlishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16-No, 75
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Si l'
1910
$2,50 Per Year
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PUJVPACTSOPI
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IS THE
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TAKE-DOWN REPEATING
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KN I   rAKE-DOWN REPEAT
MSHOT   GU
Tl cr'. is in lost time rc-Ioading,
.. ('iciay,
no uncertainty.
The full choke barrels arc guaranteed
to put more than 325 pellets in a 30 inch
*rjf11 circle at 40 i irds, using l'i ounce of  No. 8
Chilled Shot.
Let us show and demonstrate this nun to vou in person.
UNE 10 LVTTflN
MURDERED BY BLACK HAND
C. N. R, Call Tenders for Fraser!
River Section frank Man
$30.00
r-q.    -i *■*-. —    .
Shooting Requisites
Loaded Shells Cartridge Belts
Shooting Coats   and Vests
Vancouver, Sept, 23.—Within the
ii.'\t Unity days the Canad an Nor
them Railway will call for tenders
for the construction ol that section
nl lis lino between Chilliwack 1111*1
I.j it. ii ,*it the j nn timi ol the Fras r
umi Thompson rivi rs, ,*i di itance of
about itiii ity miles. This w.Il mosl
ly consist ol lieavy r. ek wi i k along
the smith bank of the Fraser includ
ing thi' ■ anyi a,
Owing I" the fni II tli s nil.i.le.l by
the Canadian Northern railwny the
mt *'* s ifnl tin-li rei will lie enabli .1 I .
iTt .n .. .tut . and supplies al comparatively little expense nnd undertake construct li n simultaneousl. at
many points. It is i st imated that
n large portion of the line I In oiigh
Fraser river canyi n will a sl $100,-
000 a mile.
It. is probable that tenders will
also be called for this fall for the
ninety-mile section extending north
from Kamloops through the valley
of the worth Thompson. This work
will be light and as tbe climate conditions in winter are not favorable
construction will not likely be started until next March. Marly next
summer will -ee under contract the
entire section between Yellowhead
Pass at the summit of the Rockies
and tidewater at Vancouver.
by the Gang whom He has
Fought for Years—Ghastly Cetails
ii Successful Concert
All the very Latest Models in Rifles
- 35i, 40l: Mauser, Remington,
Auto.   22-Calibre in all makes.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hond Ot*ico  -Toronto, Ontario,
U Capital Authorizod      - $10,000 000.00
H Capital Subscribed -          5,575,000.00
Hi Capital Paid Up -       -      5 ,^30,000.00
] Reserve        ... -        5 b v., .00.00
J*j Hi mebi".   r.\i;*i'- ll   ill i'i i"*i|i'il p'iiii" in ' nn '   '■
M An.'iii- in Or-al Hrilnin  mil UniteJ Suito-a   Lumloii, Knglund,
Cl Llnrda Blink, Limited,    tlii^"    Kirst   NhIIoiihI llank,  Corn Kx-
M .'hum" Niti.in: Ba ik.   Si-attlf   So*! tie Nat iomtl Bank,  SinFinn-
cl Cisco    VVpIIs Faigo .Vev.ida National Bank.    Spokane— Exchange
•*• National Bank,
N Savings Bank Department
F9 p pnnltt of i?i 'nnl   inward,  rp«'i"lvpd, and  Interest allowed ttt
M currei    rale from date of .lepoi.lt.   C'tiriwpnndonw -sollolled.
['.]     Rovolstoko Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, M.?r.
a *©®®,
Now Is Tin: Time
When you appreciati beinj? able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGG* AND I'l il
where you know il ey are kept cool and
ai the risrht temperature. Our meats arc
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn tlu in over in Prime Condition.
p.   Burns & Co.
Limited,
Tbe lirst of tbu seriea of entertainments to be given this season under
iii.- management uf tlie Walker Lyceum Bureau, "f Winnipeg, took
place lust night in ibe Edison Theatre, and if the remainder of the
series equal in excellence tbat of iast
night, the Revelstoke public have
some rare treats In store during the
coming winter. The I.a,lies' \. !
of St. John's church, under wii ise
auspices these attractions are being
produced her.', deserve the heart est
thanks of the Revelstoke public for
securing such n series of high class
entertainments.
A bumper bouse greeted the itou-
ert Meikle Concert Co. last uig'nt,
inn.I. while with the exception of
.Miss Nannie Strnenan, the en ta
company were new to a Uevelstoke
audience, they made Biich a decide I
Iut that it is confidently expected
that before long they will become
better acquainted with the eitizens
ol Revelstoke. Mr. Hi.hurt Meikle
has n powerful baritone voli*, a com
maudlin.' stage presence, and in his
martial songs lasl evening, was
heard to particulai advantage. It
may safely be said that his equal
lias never been heard m the west.
Ilis singing -va . n atlj appreciated
nnd elicited a number ol well merited encores. Miss Nannie Btrachan,
Scotland'! border soprano, is well
known In Revelstoke, and was ac-
cordi *l a hearty recepl Ion lasl nighl.
Her dm t- with Mr. Meikle and Mr.
Lloyd drew forth a perfect storm of
applause. Miss Btrachan is sure of
aheai ty welcome any time she comes
to Itevelstoke. The funmaker ol thc
company, Mr. Prank Lloyd, won a
host ol .'I.' nd ■'. hi charat ti t songs
and Imitations. i lis contributions
u, the ii*   ! b ■ hailed with do-
nii.i uiu ■ I e mado in- appoar-
micii ,ii> the i.i. .* .i wa., ii dillicult
uniti.1 i"i Ii.iii i" retire, as tho
aa li, nei ted  in  r.* e.iiiiii.   him.
As n bIui : ii dian  he has     few
equals "ii the stage today.     To Miss
Ni'llu   Malcolm,  the pianist,   i-      duo
in nn Binall mea   n *   I tie     icci  .-     ol
the . nt i-i tainment,     her    accompanl
menu     being     ol that  sympathetic
charm ti t seldom In ind  In an accom-
pan   i
Tai .      nil * •       r  I       ■!.*•.'     was
■  •*     next ol  tho
*     ...I . i    with
n
It would be i bt to [all to
 i un the floral decoration    ol tho
. m i lum.   I evei I        tagt
.    •  .   i ,. . .,    veil as     it
- . ■ owei and plants
trom Mr, Joe Maloy'a greenhouses
being the envy and admiration of
the • titlre audl?nce,
FALL MILLINERY
A choice selection, Eastern Catalogue Styk'8, Trimmed
ami   I'nli iniiiit'il.
Mrs.  a. (;.  Crick
l \\n HOOKS I.AM  Ol'  KUIHON  1 III VTRI
Ranch Life io South West
The    management   "f   tht   Edison
Ti.eiiii'*  .*■  ma!        arrangt minis for
tlm i, ■■ hi  moving ine
tl .*    Hi. ai
i       pictun        con
* ; thc  bei t      mul
m    ■   .la!... .it*. ■ od    ictures   ol
le it      is
i, m  week    and an
:.i   «ill in* mado  '.a  M"ii
i      M    i ' Hi ,i i. ...    i    i- , !•   '    'n
..ii .in*,    ad
■   In  tho
* *   :    lii    taking      us
bm iiibjei i     "Modern  Wage Blovory
and ilm Wuy Out."
Another  victim  to  the lmij.'.    chain
i ri imes credited to the black hand
gang in Canada has boeu added to
the list by the murder, on Wednesday morning, of Mr, Frank Julian,
just al the edge ol the town In the
thick underbrush along tho lllecille
.nl.i river. Tlio history ol the
awful crime is about as follows:
Ou Tnes,lay, three Italians, apparently laborers, came to ti .n and
al once struck up an acquaintance
with Mr. Julian. The victim had
recently purchased an acre ol land
south ol the Arrowhead i u Iway
track near the railway bridge, and
has been in tlie bnbit of il"ii somo
work each day clearing the brush
Irom it. The strange Italians claim
e.l to Julian that they were here to
get possession of land on whi li to
settle, and i hat as tbey hi d no
work m Bight, suggested to li. Julian that if he would furnish them
With axes Ihey would give bin a few-
days work on his land free of charge
to help him (Julian) along, v bo owing to liis age and infirmities, was
unable to do much hard work himself, tm Tuesday evening tl. three
strangers called at Julian's house on
Second street, but were not .en by
any of the other members ol llu
household, Mr. Julian meeting them
personally and discussing with them
the work for the following dny. On
Wednesday morning Mr. Julian left
his inline at about S:30 o'clock tor
the scene nf his operations on bis
land and was met by the three
Btrangers, and proceeded down thru'
the brush for the purposa of showing
them the land. Not much attention
was paid to the strangers, who were
not seen hy the family of Mr. Julian
only at a distance. About 10:30, or
about two hours after Mr. Julian
left his borne, Mrs. X. Damoer, bis
daughter noticed the three men, who
had been with her father, returning
up Second street each with a bundle
of blankets on their back, apparently bound for the depot, but paid
no attention to them.
These are  the  particulars    as    far
as can bo asci rtaini .1  leading up   to
one  of  the  must   vicious  crimes ever
committed   in  this  district.
THE SEABCH.
On Wednesday morning, when tli.
deceased left the house, be Informed
his daughter that he would not ro-
lurn until evening, and no particular
at tent iuu was paid t" his not return
Ing mi tbe evening of Wednesday, as
the family though! he would probably slay user night with some of
his friends; and it was not until
Thursday nielit that any serious
thoughts of liis long absence came
in his family, who then started to
look for him at the bouses of differ-1
I'til neighbors, but no one had seen
lum. 1 Ils sun in law, N. Damoer and
others on Friday i yesl * rdaj i took
up tne search tor tin- missing man
and ki'pt at it till darkness set in
:nst night, and resumed ii this morn
Ing from daylight, with the resull
that the body was found about 10
o'clock this morning by I.. Cnschato
un.* nl the si'iiir|i,*rii, and roportod
to tlie polico.
The point win n* tin* murder was
•'>iiitn111. .1 wns well eiiiii-i'.ili'd from
view. bein ■ 6ilj a few hundred
yards from the main rond
lea*Iiiii*. Iii llie lllecillewaet rivi r m
i he ravine i bat ci ussci tho Ian.I
there, and it was apparent thai tlio
victim was showing tho gang, as ho
supposed, land thai ih. v wished tn
purchase, for they woro following a
surveyors line through tho brush.
When tho victim cam" to a poinl
ivhore tin* brush was high and thick,
I In- mail In Inn.I lum lam ill an nXu
mill .li-iili him a blow nil the Iup ul
the head which crushed In his skull.
tl>. n as tho body shot forward Into
a hole he was struck  again  with lho
blade of tho axi   tho led  side of
tho neck, his hoad boing noarly sever
id f i hia body,     Tlie     murderers
then  placed  i "■  bi ush and      grass
over the body, and loft tho scono,
Tho axe wai found bj Jailer T. Bain
about twenty feet Irom tho body
leaning up agnliu i n sl ump, and
.i.i    covered  with  blood,
As soon as tlie polico were notified
this morning ol the finding ol the
body. Coroner Dr. Hamilton, I'm
, incial  Con table  Kington nud  Jail
■ i  Hain li ii  foi    tho   i col f     tho
crime,  and   tho    bodj     was    ordero.l
taken  to   M"'  on1    undortnl    par
lore.
TEWtOR TO  ULACKHANDS,
Th    late Mi, Julian was an     old
i in,.i of this district, and was a Lor
■ i to th.* him k hand gangs of Brit
i h Columbia, having dolio moro
i han any "lie  iiiiin   in  the  prnvinee lo
i ipo io -hi i  iii 'I' I lie   tangs     and
iiun workers. Ho has hem a big
aid to the polico   by   hia   vlgllanoo
ali.i! ■, this inn* and Ilis knowh d o *f
iheii* methods, being cunstantlj on
the alert for their appearance, an.l
now ilml be Bhould be caught at
last by ih.* i.iii ■ nml done to death,
is only an ho himself fully expi cted.
He     lias      many    times   stilted I.,,
friends thai the black hand gang
would gel I,un yet, for ho has boon
picki I for death nl tl .*n ban.Is tor
years and sooner or later the blink
hand would fall and it did—mi Wed
lies.lay morning, Iiy the three men
who were call, I upon to do the das
I or Ily de .1. li w is th ■ deceased,
who, whin his s.,n in-law was nearly
murdered aboul a yi ar ago, followed
the crimin lis from point i" point,
day after day, until he at lasl
landed tha gang al i lalgary
who, after a trial here, were
sentenced to ten years in tin
tcntiary.
Again this spring, whin Franciscu
Deuscaenza was lound dead near
Orei nslide, it was the late Mr. Jul
Ian that gave the polico the proper
cue by discovering the stolen val so
of tbe criminals who undoubtedly
killed the old man to .net away with
their booty. la this ease, the poi- !
ice after following tor two weeks the
men who were thought to have com- '
mii ted the murd *r, had i i give up
tbe search, and the murderers have
not  yet. be n apprehended.
Tlie deceas .1  leaves a  wife.      five
daughters and  two suns,    who    will
have the sympathy   of  the whole com |
niunity in thoir terrible affliction.
^f^y.-
an.l
each
I'liu
Where to pet your supplies
for the Hunting Season.
Our stock of Guns, Rifles,
Revolvers, Ammunition,
Hunting Knives, Hunter's
Axes, Match Boxes, Leg-
gings, Coats, Belts, Fishing
Tackle, Re-loading and
Cleaning outfits, Traps and
Tents, Camp Stoves, Com-
passes, Blankets, etc., is
complete in every respect.
We also eai ry the besl line of Groceries
Provisions for home or camp use. Our
Choice Teas and fresh ground Coffees
are especially meeting with a larger
sale every day.
ourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
FLUMBERS
Lity Voters' List
The following are entitled to have
their names inserted on ihu Voters'
last of the City  for the year lull.
Any British subject, male or female, of the full age of 21 years,
being:—
1. An owner of real estate of the
assessed value uf not less than $100,
2. A  resident  authorized  representative of an    Incorporated     company
winch   is  the  assessed   owner  of   land
nv of Imorovements of lands    within I
the  Municipality.
:■:. The uwnei of a Iradc license the
annual fee of whieh is not less tnan
$5.00.
I. A nous holder " Householder "
shall mean and Include any person of
the full age of 21 yean who occupies
a dwelling, tenement, hotel or board
ini; kuiise, or any pari or portion of
adwclling, tenement, hotel or hoarding  1 so, and  who  shall,  miles.*! ex-
i mpt by Statute ur Municipal Bylaw have paid directly to the Municipality, rati s, lax. s or fees of ti"t
less than $2.00 for the current   year,
The names of propi 11 y ownors, as
above, will be taken from tho assess
menl roll nnd inserted on the list.
Representatives of Incorporated
companies must hand In thcli author
ity to the r.ty Clerk before their
names enn he inserted.
Licen ■ holders and house holders,
must make the statutory declaration
during llie month of October and
hand thr same to tho City Clerk
within is hours after n i i made. All
declarations must bo handed in I y
5 p.m. on ii'li'liei  Hist.
All ul,ea . im nun' ni r. ni Ing pro
perty  nre nut  entitled  to  vote  until
t he   n *r I'saiv      ual ut ali/al Ion    pn   Dl
hnvo l ii taken out.     V is ol ilco
lal at lull   '-.ill   he   obtained   lit    I he   I 'it y
Hail un and iiitui  i >' tohoi   i ti
Permits tor Big Game Shooting
Tho total  iiuiiili.i   of p.■iiii.i.       bu
lil:-    -'.-illli'   Ullliol Hi:'   i.i    I'.i It ;   h   I '"I	
I,in  .   mod   lm .tu*  i ho i ii 1' "i   VU||
in.t  by tho eliiet gamo warden,     Mt
Bryan Williams, wai   Inrgoly In     ad
valid*   ol   tllO   IS I   last   year,     I'll
I he iii.iiit li   corresponding, Indoo I
 >t Ini- August  shows   " '-''ii Hying
a total, Among the conspicuous
patties now trying thoir luck In
British  Columbia's   wilds  are       half
a dozen Rm "i"1.* i woi Id colobi ] .
while "1 il"-  American  visitors  there
are  even  moro   and   ul  lil.e  dint mil
iuu.     'llu* rcceni    mi uai*.      Include
ll,  aud  It,  Victor, "i  I'ortlnnd,  who
have : ■ up i he east consl  In i|ticsl
ol hear. Am it In r pat I v llllH |llst Ink.
iii   to   the  hills   wiib  bullion   as   their
outlining    base   Is  ''"'"I  'I     ul    I''.
Williams,   Chicago;   I,.   Chi ati B,   Nc«
York; R. Wlillllcn, Chlci  and     !'
Miller, (ineniaiii. There woro is
lu:* gamo and eleven flshlnx permits
Issued iiy tho chief gamo warden dur
im' ihe month just i'uhi.
iti!<■'    Tomatoes   coming In freely,
only lee. por lb , al  Mclnl \ t e's.
Main*   ii lion iTi'tni nis for your   cit
toim, liny are    u  imw at Mcflityl'e'n.
Mu\ Ing pictures tonight.
"Walk-Over" Shoes
TLree
Coir.tron
Senses
1
I
n3  Hearing
W
Kj Seeing
Ki  Feeling
m
I
I
i
Walk-Over
Prices
$5.00
$5.50
$6.00
$6.50
All are *• - * led tu lii WALK I iVKS Sin . i,
\\ hat jour ii- have heard ami your eyes have
-'■en. your n'i will feel '.■* be true when
m.u put i u ve.r first pair.    Why   not   let   vour
WJ u. M . n  - I     \\ Al.K uYlKS.
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited.
CHOICE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
Wf sell tho choicest cutsof Lamb
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Lovers ot Fine Poultry will appreciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
Under  New Management. Wm.  Boyd,  Proprietor
HALCVDN HOI SPRINGS SANITARIUM
on tin- Continent
I   Di      *       :
Rafes from  $12 to $15 Per Week
ice Cream»«Soft Drinks
All  Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT IV-JO  I
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
SATURDAY, SEiPT. 24TH, lalO
CLeflDalMberalfc
PCBUSHEr   WEDNESDAY    tSD
SATURDAY   \T
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
jntcnor publtebtUQ Company,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
LnolodiDg podtagi  to  Knglaud, United SuiteH
..  11   11  . : ,.
Bi the year [Urn  igh posioffice] t-S^
Haif -      l.iu
yuarter " " "    1,00
J Jti  . KINTiNU prompUj exocuted at rea-sou
able ratem
IKHMS— I tuntu   Sutwcrtptk tfl payable iti ad
vauce.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Leg i notices 1    ■ i ■- .      line Aral  Insertion,
0 c«nte per lini [ueul mimtiiuu
V, v- ... ,■ ■ - n * ,1 ul [I'J .in.'- make une
inch J. Store ■**■ I general bualnesa announcements ?. ■ pei inch por mon'h
Preferred position^ ii per oouU ad
dims*!. H Marriage* uud Dun ha
fioc   ea '-
Laud   i ;   ■     All advorl LoemenUi
subject i t'alof 1 he muiiotfumuuu
Wanl       i ■ : A Ivei UstmieiiU:
Agti Hell   u Mi tod, Sil uaiiunii
wanted      ~ Vacant.     Tuauhera
Waut* Wanted,  10 worUa or
.... .   :.:..... J  tine   lu   ceuta
L'hangi .■*.:. ertineroentfl must
De in -•'■ 0 and Friday of
t*   b       -. good dinplay,
C M'.ltK-:'1 iNi S              ■■:   'in matters ol
1 .■.. -     L'ouim micaliouti iu Kill
, . led U) name ul
*. nter. *>ru) fu   publioatiou, bin
U h, l orretipoudenee
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JJ AMJ liNMIAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC,
.   ,l.   hJLVK   BL'ILDINQ   KhVKl.
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^■">ney '" ioan,
, I'r mbrouk   B.C.
i.   M.   I'INKHAM J. A.   liAUVKY,
■tylLLIAM I. HKkiUa
H urisler
Sulicilur, etc.
S in ilor for;—
Thk Canadian Bank OF Commerce,
Tuk Molsons Rank, Etc
FIKS1 ST.,   -   KKVKLbTUKE, H.C.
I jUHr-iti  &AlI 1 it
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Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Sui veyor
hugiueiiiiUK
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box lUOi KKVKLSTOKK
c.  w. o   w.
Mnuntatti  view Ca>«n   No. 229
'*' . ■    - - i     -tii   Weduesdty!<    In
ml     ■ - n . .      \ idiuug  V\"" i
i -., c* ■■ . *  j lucud.
V.   K  O.-HUKNE Con. Com.
JAS   M  1> l \ ur..  Clerk.
Kootenay  Lodge No. 15, A  F. & A. M.
,        >** '''" reKUlai meet*
^Vi__j,£fc   "v -   nro bold iu ihe
J   T.  POLLO   K. M i-ii i:
i HAS   J   AMAN   >f Ki.l \H.
SELKIRK LODGE L'i I.O, O. H.
Meet:- ttTAfj Tbnrs-
il»y  ev«iiititf   in   Bel<
.kirk  Ha!l at Hu'i l«-ck
fVUUini brethren ere
a  y lottted in attend.
H- - ,- i-   N.U.     J   MATHIK S»c
Cold Range lodge, K of P.
No. 76,  Revolstoke, B  C.
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■   Wedi B-d«y nl ««rii
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DRY   FIRE   WOOD
Order  early for delivery Sept.   15th  and
thereafter
Fir,  Birch,   Pine,  Spruce,   Hemlock
and Cedar Mixed
FOR PRICES AND PARTICULARS
APPLY TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Lid.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
bc n triiii'i'iiiiii*.* crank if you like,
l ut il.in't try in itni'iisr your ideas
i'ii "ilii'ts, Imt respect thru- piis mil
liberty. Id temperance  is u      ivnl
evil, The remedy, not prohibition
ni i"t*nl option, bui i',lu.*nti.ni. high
license mnl enforcement of tho exist
mr  Inws.
i'l\ ir I'm.riirs.
It is ii strange tact uliy the aver
age ''it i/.in, il im t eally ink..- a keen
mill deep interest m city matters,
does not attend the se.isions of tin'
city council more often, It is srl
Uum, if I'vi'i*. unli'ss in- 1ms 11 per
.-..mil axe in grind, tbat he takes his
si'iii along tho wall and listens with
bated breath tu the debates which
characterize tho doings of the coun
cil, ur bother Ins head uur minute
to participate in tho glitter of city
bull enchantment. Siuull wonder is
it that ui election time that ho can
not make head nr iml ,,f what the
council have been doing, and is quite
ready in condemn mi'l Blnng the very
mi'ii who ho boosted i< i twelve
months ago and turned down in liki*
manner those who he had helped 1"
i'ut nt fur ii previous year, and bo
"ii. More Interest in the doings ol
our city administrators on the part
nl tlie ratepayers during the year,
would give Hum an insight Into the
way the rty Ihis been handled.
"The lust council wns tm t" d,"
is the Invariable cry every January,
but il the niuu in tin' street had
taken tbc trouble to boc for bun
self what bus been going on, this
everlasting, senseless mul idiotic run
the council down Bort ol spirit would
cease. In tins matter the Toronto
Telegram Bays:
The enlightened, progressive citu
I'nsliii' I'l every (roe community
should reject tho damnable ond dan
gcroiiB heresy which magnifies and
glorifies every variety "I politics i-x-
i'1'i't municipal politics.
Toronto cannot alTorJ to step to
the ninsir nf the average prominent
.:i... u'i, beliel thnt can I • tnbulat **l
ni the following assumption
i.   Federal politics arc magnificent,
I   2.—Provincial      politics     are    lm
Portant.
.;.   Municipal     politics    are  ti
and  Insignificant,
The issues "I Federal  politics,    dc
nil,'.1 ut i ittnwn, the Irbui
vincial   politics,
niT''ct  libert) nn i     pi opt ■ tj
lh,-   inn.inin*   m   the   11, inn    n   I HI    "
ment tir in tho < mtar o     I
mny Bend an  innocent  nmn    i
"t* ii once prosperous man    t
; ih'*
*
el ut l leet bin
\:..l   Wl in-: —.   ii'   '
civic adn
in. ti and childrei   I
their time
Autumn Began Yesterday
In'  upbuilding of  Industries     within
us boundaries, bui  for revenue    put
pl >:-'S. TllO    :*.'Vi'l lllllrllt    s|.|'ll.l:.    Ill.l
lion    <i   [..Min.*, i ally (or I bo Blip
I'uii  of projects  ilml   nn'.in Increased
ii in  pin i.it       facilil ies    to  enablo
Hn1 Lh ii i ni tli . iinin.in,.ii i,, uiijp
theii prihluclH i" markets. The go\
rniiiiiiit nm i gel this money from
sunn' source ns well (\B money for
nili'i* purposes, liven Ior revenue
purposes nluiie then a high tariil
i.i isl I"- maintained. The rarmcrs
nf tin' country who appeared to bc
d,'siti-us "i having n change in the
lisrnl policy of ibr country should be
educated on tho true meaning of the
tariff. The manufacturer^ of tbe
Dominion contemplate establishing
branch Industries throughout thc var
ions I'riii ri * of t In' Dominion, an.l
these industries in other centres
would continue to bo established as
luig a the manufacturers bad tarifl
protection against the United States
A city has a public market where tbe
. * ens 'nn :*' and purchase the
necessaries "i life. The merchants
iiim iln business in that market are
iii.,i. , .1 foi the privilege Iiy the niuu
lelpality. Lei llmt be the sumo in
ir in I to the I'nited States. If their
manufacturers want t" come Into
r.mn la to .1" business, lei them pay
for tho privilege,
FOR SALI3,
FUllNlTlinE I Book Case, Oak,
L-lass front, two drawers; 1 K"ll
Top Desk; l Hall Rack, .lark i lak; l
,' Iron Bedstead. Apply for pnrti< u
lm*- by phone to .1. <'. Locke, al
Hngar's Rancbe. 2t.
NOTICE  TO   I'nNTU U'TiiUS
GLENBANK SCHOOL.
Scaled Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Glcnbank School," will be
received by the Hon. the Minister oi
Public Works up to noon of Friday,
the lltli ol October, 1910, for the
erection and completion of a two-
room school building at Glonbank,
near Nakusp, in the SI,nan Electoral
District.
| Plans, Specifications, Contract and
Forms nf Tendor may be seen "ii and
aftor     tbo 18th day of     September,
' 1310, at thr offices of G, II. Gardiner
Esq.| Nakusp, Secretary 1" the
School Board; the Government ag
enis at Kaslo and Revelstoke; and
tho Department of     Public     Works,
I Victoria.
Kai-li proposal must be occompon
led by an accepted bank chei|iie or
cei nil. ate of deposit on n chartered
bank of Canada, mado payable to tl"'
Hon. tli.' Minister ol Public Wi rks,
fm* tin* sum ..I $;100, which shall bo
forfeited if tho parly tendering de-
clino to enter Into contrai i when
called upon 1.. do so, or il I"' 'nil
io complete the work contracted for,
Tbe cheques or cert ilicales <'f dc
posit "f unsuccessful tenderers will
be rctui ni'.l tn Ihem upon the i seen
tion of llic contract.
Tenders will nol be * onsidcred un
less made oul on the forms supplied,
■ Igni *1 with tho actual signature "1
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
j The lowest or uny other tender
not   necessarily accepted,
F, C.  GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department,  Victoria
ll.  C,  September 15th,   run. t.i
TAX SALE OF LANDS
For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that, on Wednesday, the 12th day of October, A.D., 1910, at the
hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Revelstoke, 15. C, I shall offer for
sale, at public auction, the lands in the list hereinafter set out of the persons in the said list
hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons, on the 31st December,
llion. and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if not
sooner paid.
List Above Mentioned
N a M U   UK   I'll:
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SlIIIHT   DI'SIUIITIIIN  UK  I'lllll'KIITV
I!, I iii nl, Mr*. (I'igiiiii [Lol I nml Imu-i'. Ilk. I, Town of Arrowhead
li\ ni'K, V. mil H       J '• SlIIKS. Group 1, Kootenay Uislrlcl
I  in llihglli \i ' ll.       "   I I.'I. (llOllp I, " '
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I,' "Loll -.'I'.K'.itl'iyii    l,nl S.'ill, (iroi.p 1, ICnoti nny District.    ...
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WILSON'S
Fly Pads
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CANCELLATION OP  ItKSKHVK
NOTICK is hereby given    that   the
reserve existing  upon  the  lands em
liracod in Special Timber License No.
25848, situate in    Kootenay  District,
is cancelled, and that  the said lands
will bo open for location  under     the
provisions of the "Land     Act"     at
midnight  on  December 22nd,  1910.
ROBERT A.   RENWICK,
Deputy  Commissioner of  Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th September, 1010, til
NOTICK.
Revelstoke  Laml  District.
District  it West Kootenay.
Take notice that W. B. Robertson,
..( Revelstoke, occupation, Insurance
.ii'int. Intends t" apply l"r permission  in purchase tho following      de
■ lied h.ii'ls.
i' unu in ii.* nl n I'osi plant il nl
tlie   not       * it of  Lol     277'..
■■ unnli g north tu chi      ,  th 'nee west
I"   ell lit s. lllll    In      i
Ihenci ' *   the    point
WILLIAM  I1LA1R ROBERTSON
Hated  Sept S.17 NIG.
'i'i*      t        Rn .-1 * ek
iboul     15    acres
■veil  w led an I
	
t down
S21   lm
'■ S.MI1,
" ,S.'iU2,
*'  Villi),
" s.-."i,
" S 011,
"  Soil,
*• S0II2,
•• 7ti:«,
Costs
School .
I'A X I'S
HA',',*:    lNT"":sT
AMI
Kxp'hkb
Total
27  Ifi
111 llll           II  I.'i
2 00
III 20
1" Sl
US
2 IX)
IS Id
(I'.I 2.'i
21 05
2 IX)
!« 20
III   IHI
12 IHI
2 00
l.YS IKI
111   III
:i 20       :i ofi
2 (X)
2H 15
111 IKI
;i OS        .1 70
2 IX)
2S 05
I2.H IHI
II So
2 IHI
III 65
Iil2 IH)
II S,i
2 (KI
145 85
•|2H (HI
IIS 4(1
2 00
Iflll  IX)
llll (Ml
8 H."i
2 (XI
Hid (IS
UU Ul
12 I'S
2 (10
178 I'S
1 III IHI
12 I.'i
2 IXI
154 45
22 SD
1 711
2 KI
211 511
121 HI
II 2.7
2 (KI
lit" 25
72 IM
(1 .'ill
2 IX)
Stl SO
llll 1X1
ll S3
2 00
ns its
111 on
12 H."i
2 (K)
1SK IIS
SII 1X1
7 20
2 IX)
80 20
HO U'I
2 15
2 00
40 IS
1!) 2 1
1 7')
2 (K)
22 IK)
IS ml
I mi
•2 IX)
54 HO
II lit)
ss
2 IK)
12 35
72 uu
(1 60
2 (II)
SO 50
III llll
5 7S
2 (X)
71 75
7 2H
ik)
2 (KI
1) so
711 SU
4 IHI
2 00
Sit 40
Revelstoke, R.C.. Sept. 3rd, 1910.
E.    EDWARDS,
DEPUTY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR,
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT DISTRICT.
S aint no Literary Woman
But I DO KNOW SOAP.
I've heard some wimen say soap
made their hands ruff.
They're either lazy or else they
don't use the rite soap.
My hands don't get ruff. In fact,
the kind I use makes 'em all smooth
and white.
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN NONYMOUS.
Zbc flftaU-TbctaU)
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day      i au
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i [i .     •      dealing    with
[UMtlOfl
Foley, ol Di
aid
that | ... -i.iiUi's
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Tho
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■.   '    real    laetun    '■
: ■       im*     Ion at Vnni I
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Thi re i   onl) lution     ol
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital Paid Up        -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund •    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A Gl Nl n/U   HANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branohos.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch. VV. H. PRATT, Manager.
the
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Be
. lit mn  li'Hili:'   Unit   I III   li '*'    '
which mny have bei I   ■
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li  waa    i"■ iiit.-.i     mil  that    tlminilii
Kmperati       eating    an      Irinking   ..*.■*;   tarifl protection, not only   i"t   wuy lyit-wi
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ri'i'iii hn    *      th tl flow
The  i" up
In I  i.ly.
hi i ii*. fear "I a tag* ol (fatal
Ioi many yeai ; I i i ome need be felt
Men's Fall Hats
Wi' have jusi put in stock •'• large assortment
ol Stetson, Carter, Redmond, Pitt ;uid
llcadfnrm Hats in stiffs and softs, 'l'o see
iln.ni is to lni\ one, thai is why we want
\on to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Wi have prepared ourselves lo meet the
^rowittf! ileniaiul for Shins with soft, double
inii*. .uul separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to si111'at
popular prit es,
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING 8M
SATUEDAY, SEPT. 24TH, 1910
MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page t
PAST reasons of
satisfactory service have taught
men that Fit-Reform
Su;ts have no rival in
the world of fashion.
What Fit-Reform has
clone in creating -styles,
has been repeated
in the Suits for this
season.
Fit-Reform Garments
—in all their newness
and general excellence
—are ready for you
to see and try on.
131
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agents in Revelstoke.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C. V. O.,  LL. D„  D. C. L.,  President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  General Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL S10.CC0.CC0    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000
HEAD OmCE: TORONTO
LONDON, ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, EX.        NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Erancisco, No. 50
In addition to tho offices named above the Dank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities)
and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United Slates.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
RBV l'.STO<S    BRAMOH—A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
L"inter New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SIG-NSD
All kinds Reasonable Trices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Robson Avenue
Palace Restaurant
McKcmio  Avenue
Fruit, Candied, Cigara/Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
CEMENT  BLOCKS
Mannfaotnrid fnr III oiaiial nf   bnlldlngl
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICK
For Mil • in Inrk-a <>r --mull qnflOtttloi
i'   ■ n '••■■•■" " prlcw for cun
All Itlbdl of tmil'Jiiiir find |i!n 't«riu«
m.'litrtakiu
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
UNION HOTEL
A RRO' HEAD, B, ('.
.Special Attention given to commercial
men and Innristn. First■cIiihi sample
rooms. Finest Bcenery In British Colombia, "vi'i|ii..kiiii' I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithiri£, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
-WORK    SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
SN0WSH0ES
New Line
Stirrup  Attached
$6.50
P.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town.    -   Kevelstoke. B. C.
look:
look
AIM)
READ
Actual comparison of Extern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
Dining Table
10.55
Dining Chairs
88c.
Dresser and Stand
8.95
"
1.25
Bed
3.55
Bed
5.35
Dominion Spring
2.40
Child's Cot
5.10
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
Weight
101b.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b,
601b.
751b.
Freight
23c.
$3.53
3.87
28c.
3.52
3.76
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
Total
73c.
$10.72
14.42
1.16
12 47
15.01
4.96
694
3.81
6.86
Howson's Price delivered
70c.
" "   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"     13.00
"    14.00
"     5.20
"     7.20
"    4.00
"     7.20
"    16.50
FINOS MICH DEPOSITS
lievelstoke Lawyer locates Rich
Claim ii
W'k make our profit by shipping in cur load lots, thereby saving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of oilier goods not specified in thm list to our store and we
viill prove our statements.   Remember wu deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
R.   HOWSON   &  CO     -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Seattle, Sept. 21.—Arthur Cal«f( fc
lawyer of Revelatoke, B. C, daltas
to have -discovered the greatest mica
iii'l.In ia the world ia tbe Big Bend
country, about 125 miles from Revelstoke where be has several claims.
He says sheetB of mica have been
found. Samples from his property,
he asserts, sold for as high as J80 a
pound,
(The above appeared in the Vancouver Province of Sept. 21at.)
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience
Large Sample Kooiub.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.- .A-LBEIRT     ST03NTE1      JP-ROIP
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ct origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    !B.   O.
futomobile Fever
That the automobile fever has
acquired a lasting grip upon the
people is possibly illustrated better
than anything else by the fact that
many have gone so far as to borrow
money on their life insurance policies in order to purchase cars. A
Montreal insurance man said thnt
there were a number of people in
tbat city guilty nf this absurd and
dangerous practice. In the States
bond brokers say tbey are feeling
thc effects of the craze fur automobiles, and that the demand for investments bad been lessened by many
million dollars ns a result of the
purohaso uf cars. Mortgaging houses
and farms in order to raise automobile money is so common in the west
ern states that a Kansas bank is
sending out 211,000 booklets entitled.
"A Note of Warning," and it con-
taius a sturdy sermon against this
mortgaging custom.
The underwear
without a fault
What's in a Name?
It seems that the ships of the Laurier navy are to be described as
"11. M. ('. B." These letters signify
"His Majesty's Canadian Ship. "
Uritish warships are styled "H' M-
S." What does the addition of the
j "O" amount to? To this: That if a
ship is "H. M. S." sho will light any
enemy of the British Empire the instant war begins; wherens if she is
"H.M.O.B." she must not light, no
matter how great the danger to the
Empire, until she has received word
of the passing of an orilcr-in-council
'at Ottawa. That is what the addition of the word " Canadian
means.
Gang of Crooks
Vancoiivor, Sept. 23.— That one
of the cleverest and boldest gangs of
train and hotel thieves ever gathered
together has been operating at great
profit to themselves and loss to the
travelling public during the past two
months between Ashcroft, B.C., and
Montreal, was the ststement made
today by a man whose business It Is
to watch the doings of the members
of the underworld. He further said
that during tho tourist season, now
drawing to a close, guests at Cana-
dian hotels at different points across
1 Uie Dominion and travellers on trans
continental railway have been robbed of upwards of UOU.OuO in cash
and valuables by this Bame gang ol
crooks, who are estimated to be the
choice pickings of the cleverest criminal ring on the American continent.
| While there hnB been some indication of their work west of ABhcroft,
bigger jobs appear to have been pulled oil east of tbat point and at almost nny place between there and
Montreal. It seems to have been
established by detectives, who have
been working tooth and nail to
break up the gang, but ao far without much success, that tbe western
headquarters ot the crowd is at Ashcroft, at which point a great many
moneyed men leave the trains for
the Cariboo.
Control of G.T.R.
Montreal, Sept. 23.—The statement
is mado here that one reason why
the Canadian Pacilic railway is not
as is asserted keeping up its service
in various parts of the country nnd
ia not making Improvements, is that
thc main efforts of two or three men
at the head of the company have lieen
devoted of late to an attempt at securing control ol the Grand Trunk
railwny nnd perhaps the Grand Trunk
I'acilic, and that a mighty consolidation is at thiB moment under the
consideration of Sir Thomas Shauph-
ncsBy-
OhanaoanCollcoc
Sumnicrltinfr, S.C.
COURSES   FOR   I9IOII
Preparatory; High Br hool; Two
Years University; Business, including Stenography and Typewriting; I'iano; Vocal.
Separate reaidencea l"r young
men and young women,
Well epnipped gymnasium.
1'ai.i. Ti.km on ss st.rr. 21.
For Calendar i.t'd further particulars M'l'ln *s iin* I'rini Ipal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
Moving pictures to-night.
WANTED.
WANTED—Apprentices for llnssmak
ing.     Apply  this ollice.
FOR sale   Warehouse on H Iter
Tiviok.   Apply Kuvklhtoki  Saumii.i.
( ii
KOIl HALE—Just arrived two cars
of first class dry Fir Wood.— Rov-
elstoko Ucncral Agencies.
WANTED—Boy Apprentice. Onrroll
& Co., Salmon Arm, Plumbers and
Tinsmiths.
WANTED—by   a   Japaneie, position
as   family   cook,    good reference!.
Apply "Star" Mail Herald Office 2t
Strawberry  Plants    lur Hale.       Ma
goon host shipping berry,  iiui     per
11.50.    Apply next    week    to      Lion
Couisier, Hcvclutokc, IS. C.
Wife Desertion Laws
Toronto, Sept. 23— A strong
committee has been appointed to
frame an amendment to tbo laws regarding wife desertion, which will be
submitted to the attorney general's
ollice.      Thc  desire  ih  to obtain such
modifications and Improvement! as
shall make it ensnr tu punish thc of
fender, ami mnko his punishment
mure effective, It is alio thought
that one who persists iu leaving his
wife  ihould   be   put  to  sumo      work
whioh would be remunerative, the
money being uh.'iI for tbe support of
his  wile and   family
Bucfa mciiHtircH aro adupted In
•ome uf lho states, anil the associated chnrities workers think they
could well lie Introduced into Canada
Boost Canadian Game
Vancouver, Sept. 23.—Joe Lally,
of Cornwall, is in Vancouver, having
come to the coast primarily to arrange lur Mnnn cup mat.hes. While
hero he pruposes boosting lacrosse
' generally and endeavoring to promote tbe organization of school
leagues. He intends doing the same
'in Victoria and New Westminster.
I After the Minto cup games, which
ho will witness, be will start tor
home, going to Nelson, Rossland,
Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, linm.I..n and Winnipeg. In all
these places the Cornwall man wfll
endeavor with the assistance of local
enthusiasts, to establish lacrosse
leagueB iu the different schools, by
interesting devotees of tbe national
game in a similar manner to which
ho did in thc east, and will be prepared to meet any demands made
upon him for sticks, as he is doubling his  working staff this year.
Mr. Lally says he has several letters from lacrosse-loving sports lo
these different places, and is ntis
fied thnt Canada, from coast to coast
will receive the greatest boom in la-
rrosse during lali that it has seen
since the game was first introduced.
Joe Lally has done much, if not
more, for the national game than
any man in Canada, and has long
been considered one of tbe best and
.■i.'unr.'st referees in the country. He
knows the style of play of both tho
cast and weBt, and will be able to
give a fair and impartial opinion of
the Minto cup games on bis return
cast.
Mails Close
The malls close at Rovolstoke as
ollows:
For eastern  points—9 a. m.      and
p. m.
Fur western points—4:25 p. in, and
:45 p. m.
For Huiithcrn  points—9 a.  m.
City mail boxes aro cleared week
days at 7:45 a.m. and 3:15 p. m.,
aud Sundays at 3:15 p, ui.
Railway lime Table
Tbe following is the new summer
timetable of tbo 0. P. li., showing
times of arrival and departure of
tiiini at Kevelstoke.
WESTBOUND
No. 1 nr rivei fiOJ, departs 6 25 a.m.
No. U7 arrives 3:12-5 departs 345 p.m.
Nof S arrives 4 65, departs 5 15 p.m.
BA8TB0UND
No. 2 arrives 12:35 midnight, departs 1246 midnight.
No. 06 arrives 11 3U a. in., departs
a 160 a.  in.
No. 6 arrives 7:20, a.m., depart*
7.40 a.m.
AHKOWIIKAD BRANCH
Leaves   Revelstoke 7:40   a. m,, ar-
Ives KovvUtoke 4:30 p. in.
The Dank of England rate keeps
htoady and on Thursday of this week
was left nt three per cent. The
bank's statement showed a decided
Improvement In Its position ae compared with the previous week. Pfig*«
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE, B. C
SATI'P.DAY. SEPT. 24TH, 1910
B. C. TIMBER
Enormous  Lumber Production
This Year
The following will give a concise
estimato of the lumber production of
British Columbia for the year     1111*0:
This year—1910—the revenue ol
Uritish Columbia from its timber resources will amount to $2,500,00(1.
British Columbia will this year
produce 1,000,000,000 feet of lumber.
As a conservative estimate the selling value of tins lumber at the mills
in this province will be. $18,000,00,1.
Laid end to end, one foot In width
and one inch iu thickness, tho lumber cut ln the sawmills ut Uritish
Columbia annually, would girdle
thc globe seven and a half times.
Every year tbc mills turn out lumber enough to lill 50,000 standard
railway "freight cars—as many freight
cars as thc Canadian Pacific Uailway
owns. If these cars were made up
in one continuous train the hauling
locomotive would be pulling out of
Revelstoke when the joose was
leaving Vancouver, tne cars stretching out 380 miles.
British Columbia annually produces 900,(100,000 shingles worth over
■$1,800,000.
Nine circles of thc globe would be
made by these shingles laid end to
end with a width of four inches, or
they could be laid down hetwe-en
Vancouver and Montreal 70 times.
British Columbia's annual output ut shingles, kiln dried and ready
for shipment, weigh over 64,-000 tuns.
II British Columbia's output of
shingles were loaded in railway cars
the result, would lie a train 3a miles
in length.
If the year's production ul shingles
were used iu the erection ul one
gigantic roof it would cover over
one-half of tho entire corporate limits of the City of Vancouver,
Canadian Bank Report
Ottawa, Sept . 23.— The Canadian banks' report lur the month "f
August just issued by llle depart
ment ul finance, Indicates a healthy
condition uf trade and continued
commercial expansion, tin August 3i
current deposits totalled $256,613,-
172, nn Increase of $4,974,650; savings deposits were even more striking, being $545,357,452, nn Increase
of nearly seven million  dollars.
Cold Winter Expected
Winnipeg,     Sept.   23.—  The   Indians
and  the oM timers,  neither ul whom
are often wrong in then   predictions,
Bay that the cominc  winter will    be
one of tbe coldest on record.       They
point  to  the  (art  that  the  fur   e
ing animals are growing thicker and
longer coats  than    customary;     that
muskrats  are   building   their     h
larger  and  higher   than   is  the
torn 111 mild winters,  that   the
are starting to make  their .lens      iu
the most protected places they     can
lind. and tbe little chipmunks
gophers are also  preparing    for      a
cold winter..     They affirm that  I
signs     never    fail
should  be ready  (or  a
winter with lots of BBOW.
Ine Diamond Game
Whn'    ^:
Well known, but wuat   loll   ■
pn -• at the oth
an Englishman *  ,
ball, an.l  .
tl
Kitr. legant    l
.
:   man—I  am
Not a bad counti ■•
*•
■  ■
Ki •    your eye
I      tli!
if
rt hei       1        *      ■ i.i' b    is   n
Canadian    game      an
and  another  une,  nn  Imported    one
I believe   1 ailed    baseball. From
*• 1 ''nr, gathei from the John
nles here, the uniy thing 1 lati
about baseball is the money taken
at the gate. The rest, I understand
from careful Inquiries, Is brought
under special cover from the 1
States, I met an awlully decenl
Canadian chap at ibe hotel, and   ho
Insisted upon my seeing wbnt. he
styled "tin ball game. Bo we went,
llut fur heaven's Hake, Dolly, don't.
toll the mater, because   it   *»h      un
Sunday afternoon.      1  cai •   really
tell yuii what it was all about, but.
I know that, after throe hours' piny
there wiih only ono run scored. I
was told that tbe Ituyals won, and,
consequently ns a matter of sequence, the "Skoetors" (awful name.
Isn't it'.') had lost. I do not know
il I can make you understand,    for,
A Larger Warming Closet
than ever, in the Kootenay Steel Range, because Uir
improvement in tho operation of the i!""i" adds nearly
five hundred cubic inches to ils capacity. Every inch
insiiU' can be used and you can always depend upon it
for keeping your food piping hot while yon wait for some
special dish to finish cooking. Made of heavy polished
sheet steel, durable and easily cleaned. Besides this
important feature, there are many exclusive advantages
for you in the
nnd the nearest McClary agent will poiut them out to
you He will show you why vour money will be best
spent for a Kootenay. Write today to the nearest
McClary branch for Kootenay booklet. 5:1
I
Lo-dw.    Tnrsnto,    Mont™!.     Wlo*nl!>
St. jo'in. HB.   Hamilton,   Calii
FOR SALE BY BOURNE BROS., REVELSTOKE
as a matter of (act, I don't understand it myself, but I will try.
There are nine men uu each side, nil
dressed like little buys, in short
trousers. Tiny have peak caps,
something like a jockey's. There are
twu referees, but I sec by the newspapers they me called "umps." The
wicket, keeper covers bis face With
iron   bins   lawfully   funny,   isn't  it?);
su  dues   the   referee.      Til'*   wicket ■ l:e.'I'
er also puts something on Ins chest,
just like tbe man tbat carries a big
drum, (inly une man goes t.i tin*
wickets at a tune* you see. thej only
play at "lie end. As a game begins
the spectators Btart t.. bowl. Now
Dolly, as you know, I have listened
iu ihe gentle Afghan dancing Ins
"tom-tom," Imt 1 never heard such
ng ui my life. From the time
that tlie bowler—or t" be correct,
the  thrower—send tiie    first
■
..*.* -.- _-1 is -
and pandei reme.    I
me.   to
mark.!
■*
■
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*
■
*
■/ben Un
de     wenl
■
.!
ed   iii"
'
*
th if'    Mii*   1
to think   ,'    b fai
■ •   roi ter    Dolly,  * hoi ■'■■       ie      is
t  wa
*"   fan ' "in,* *! :   me
bull  Bghl :  at   Madrid.   Pe
ally,   I  think   they  have  taken
fashion  Irom  th(
lounda when on the
path ' 1 ■ I * I * it; led hero, as
thing like n lerlal Btory to b(
1 in *   I 11 it.,  lim   that Is    lie
cause the people understand as much
about, it an I do "f baseball. But
as baseball gives ono the Impre Ion
of sitting In n barrel ol gunpow ler,
surrounded by firecrackers, give me
the set mi story uh nn 11.111 to sports
rniinsbip qualities and lung life, My
Canadian friend, as wo returned, ask
ed me how I liked it.      i answered,
•Sliced!"
CLAUDE.
Fire Alarm Boxes
KIKE BRIGADE  NO.  TWO.
Uox  No.   14—Corner    First    street
and    .McKenzie    avenue,  C. B.  Hume
& Co.
liox No. 15—Corner First street
and  Kokeby  avenue,  post  otlice.
liox No. 16—Corner Second street
and Government Koad and opera
House.
Box  No.   17—Corner Third      Hti'uet
aa I   Campbell   avenue,   Globe     l.uni-
trr company.
Hi i  No.   18—C.P.R.  station.
Uox    No.  24—Corner    Fifth    street
and     McKenzie      avenue,      Catholic
church.
Uox No.  25—Corner    Sixth     s'.ioet
rton avenue,   W.  A.  Foote.
1   No.   26—Corner   Fourth  stroet
and   Townley   street,     ci mor       s lUlll
track.
Box  No.  28—Corner  Second    atre.it
and Robson avenue,  Mrs. baker.
Box  No.  34—Fire Hall  No, 2.
Box   No.   35—Hospital.
B.iX No.  36—School.
FIRE  BRIGADE  NO.  ONE.
1  No   -ti   Fire Hall No. 1.
Ii.,1     No.   I' -Front street
!     i.   , iidge.
Bos    N •    4'. ■-' lorner    King
as streets, Palace Moat >i
Box  No.   ; '*n,l      ond
■ : * -        .* • -      '   ■     ir!      HUB'
:•   Corner   Third      and
van   I,luck,
BCtll '    'e.-s   tnl,a
kea,
*   11,  indicates line brok in      ur
■
■■.;,, 1 are given I I at
II01
I  I    .
un  indicator  at  I
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Send Your Orders
To the undersigned fur
Famous Gait Coal, Dry Cedar
and Hemlock
lire, Lite and Accident Insurance
Full particulars of select building
lots given upon application
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent I,onu
Company Agency
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Teichsr of Voice, Piano anil Organ
Pupil prep ired for T oronlo Conservatory
ul Music.
I.ueal Uxauiinations.
Studio:   Second Street
Come and
Visit the
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept, 27 to Oct. 1st.
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24th to
Sept. 28th, good to return until
October (itli.
Rate : Single Fare and
One-Third for the Round
Trip.
NICOLA
COAL
SPECIAL REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$8 50
$7 50
Orders promptly filled
A DRY SADDLE
WHEN IT RAINS r
IF YOU WEAH
-tOWEft;y
J
POMMEL
SLICKER
ntr torn it ma and rut
runner irammttriir ~i
THE SUCKER OF QUALITY1
SOW    fvrPYWMfPf
TOWER CANADIAN CO
TOffOWTQ. CANADA
F. McCarty
NOTICE
Kevelatoke Land District.
District  o(  West  Kootenay.
Take  notice that H.  W.  Crawford,
"f ilerrurd, li. C, occupation engiue-
11,  Intend!    to apply lor peruiisaion
tu    purchnse  the  following  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains   from   the  south  caBt    corner
ol  Fullmer'B pre-emption!  Lot 7491)
thence    west    40 chains along      the
eoutb  boundary ol Lot 74'Jl,  thence
south    211     chains,  thence    enst      411
tixin 1, t bailee north 20    chmna     to
ui commencement,   oontaining
, more 01 Ii*kh.
Dated August 87 tb, 1010.
HECTOR W. CRAWFORD
Located i.y vv. 10. Qlenn, Agent.
NOTII !•'*
in  the mattei  "I an     Application
lur thi la Duplicate   < lei till
,|  'I ill.,  iu  Lot 8,   Block  4.   he
pai 1  "i    Bet' lone 27     and  34,
hip 23,   Range '■:. Wast    ol thc
6th    Meridian,   Town ol Revelstoke,
H   ■      Map 686
ll '•   m   Inn ■-!.*,   ,u .. p   tlml     it     Is
* un i" issue ni. tin' expire
-.I '.".■ month tiftui  ii.r     liiMt
- ',1 .un berool a duplicate ol the
ui 'i itlo i" tin'     above
iiu'iiiloned  lol  1"  Hu- name uf  1:. .. 1
i.iui'l Company, Umltod, which
..■I 1 ,'.*   '• .'."i 1 ii.* 'ni, day     ul
April,  ii'i'', and numbered 67T4A.
District Registrar,
BAMUBL H.  ROB.
Land Registry Office, Nelson, M.i'..
Boptembet   18th, run. B17016
Don't Miss It
The Eighth Annual
Fruit Fair
NELSON,   B. C.
Three Days
Wednesday,
Thursday,
Friday,
September 28,29,30
Pull uf surprises in Fruit,
Vegetables, Poultry, Mineral
Lumber and district exhibits
$3,000 IN PRIZES
SEE THK ATTRACTIONS
PROF. DARNELL Tho
Pear essAeronaut, will mnke
a bai loon ascension umi Parachute Leap daily.
THE LEOJOE TROUPE
Three Indies nml '2 turn in
their unparalleled and re-
liiu'il Bicycle Art.
THE FIVE FLYING DAN-
VARDS Engaged nt. nn
I'Moi'tnous expense, lately
featured with Rlngllng Brut*.
tlio aortal marvels, in long
leaping ami casting act 50
feet in tlu' uir.
La Oatella and La Folletla
The Fool anil the Circus (fill
Amateur Athletic Spurts
iimler iin-pices of V.M.C.A.
Drilling Contests, Lug Sawing, Log ('hopping Contests
nml numerous other attraction-!.
Sue Daily Propinm.
Excursion Rates on all Transportation lines.
J. E. MUMBLE,   G, HDF.5MD,
President.        Secretary
P, l). Box 892, Nelson, B, V.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District,
District of Wesl KoottMiay,
Take notice lhat Ktla MeCarter. of
Kevelstoke, B.C.) Spinster, intends to
apply t<n permission lo purchase tlu* lot"
low iui; deso ibed laiui:
Commencing at a post planted imi ihe
oast h.ink ot the Columbia River at the
North-weal corner of Lot 83O11 Group 1.
Kootenay District, nnd marked "Kita
MeCarter's south-west comer post,"
thence easl to chains] Ihence north Ho
chains; thence \wsi 4U chains moro or U>s.
to the east hank ot tlio Columbin Uiver
ihence south along tho easl bank of iho
Columbia Kivor 80 chains more or loss to
iho point of commencement, containing
320 acres moro or loss.
ETTA McOARTER,
Hy heragenii Albert Foreland.
Dated Uth August, 1910.       au# 17 2m
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF. A. DE FEO
Residence, Second Street
Telephone   Jti-
Having boon engaged as music teacher
asl year in Victoria College ami h iving
been obliged to come back to Kevelstoke
on othor business, 1 wish lo start iti this
city an Academy ol Music, fitting students
for their examinations to the Conservatories of Europe,
Ki IIS AMi CONDITIONS
I. Lessons will Btart on September I.
After this dato losstms will go 0*1 from
tin- first to tho last day o\ each consecu-
live  month  during  the  jear,  excepting
■July, when a vacation will be given,
! 1. 'lho course that will ho taught contains three grades, and al the end of each
1 grade a diploma will hf given,
.1.   AH books will be given by teacher,
! ■- Prospective pupils aro advised not
lotnke a course less lhana year,
I 5. Pupils wishing to discontinue must
give a month's notice or a lull toe will ho
chai ged,
j (1. Lessons not received at tho ap«
pointed 1 ime must be Ioi feiled,
I    7.   ,No lessons given ow public holidays,
j    s.    Public  performances   will   hi-   encouraged, but on  no account   win pupils
in- allowed lo lake part   wilhoul  Ural  ob»
laining permission ot iheii teacher,
9,    ruial examinations start   middle of
Juno.
I l.U Ms :
Foi iwo hours per woek, S.S per month)
foi one hour per wet*k| b.t per month)
Harmon} and counterpoint, ono lesson,
$5 pei month, lot Iwo lessons per weeki
910 pei month,
j     A Imt   lesson Will   ho   given   all   pupils
I once a month  lor   the   vocal   division   of
mush iimr.
PROF, A. DE FEO,
Box 157 Telephone 202.
Moving pioturea tonight.
Moving pictures tonight.
Prompt Settlement
Revelstoke, 1). C, Aug. 18th.
H. tl. Robbing, Esq.,
Agent Columbia Flro
Inmrance Co., itcvclstuko.
Ji'ar BIT,—
i iiiive to acknowledge with thanks
cbequt "i tiiu Columbia Fire lim.
Co., lur I'jvo.uu in settlement ol my
■ ".in (or loss at Salmon Arm, anil
thoroughly appreciate thu manner iu
which thia claim wiib nettled
Yours truly,
8. McMAHON.
XAMINATION      FOR   INSPECTOR
OF      STEAM BOILER    AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    for  the  position
of  Inspector  of   Steam   ltoilcrs    and
Machinery,   under   the   "Steam   Hollers  Inspection  Act,  1910,"    will    ho
helii at tho    Parliament   Buildings,
Victoria,  commencing November 7th,
1910. Application  anil  instruction
forms can ho hail on application    to
the undersigned, to whom tbo former
must bo  returned  correctly  filled in,
not later than October 3-lth,      1910.
Salary $1110.00 per month,  increasing
nt the rnto ot $5.00 por month   each
year to a maximum of $180.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief  Inspector of Machinery,
New Westminster, B. C.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
Dominion  Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
The dale for lhe coining into force
if tin" new regulations lias been
ihanged. A new date will be set later.
Until further nut ice no entries to be
[ranted in the New Westminster dis*
iii'l   and   east   of   Kange   18, west of
sixth meridian inclusive.
P. «. KBYBS,
Secretary.
Ottawa, June SO, 1010.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Wesl Kootenay,
Notice is hereby given thai OOdays
after dale hi'ii'of I, Ernest Edward
Hall, of Hereford, England, occupation aicbitecl, Intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands, forper-
mission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Ihe south-west col iut of 11. ,1. Hy-
banis' pre-emption, Qnlena Hay, West
Kootenay District, 13.C, and marked
"Ernest Edward Hall's N. E coiner
posl," thence40 chains south; thence
111) chains wist; thonce 211 chains north)
Ihence In chains east; Ihence 20 chains
north; Ihence 20 chains east to point
of commencement, containing iu nil
lim acres more or lees.
Dated this I8lh day of June, 11110.
Ernest Edward Hall,
aug WOOd II. C. Hall, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land Idslitct.
Illstllctol We-kl Kouti'i ay,
Take notice thai 1. lv .M lialiriili of
Arrowhead, H.C. occupation Lumber*
man, Inieud lu a, . :,. lot | ci mission to
puicbaee ilu* fullowiug describi d lauds:
Coiuinencing ul a pose planted ac
the NorthweBt ooruei of Lot 820*1,
thence 8(1chains wesl; I hence tit) chains
north to T, L. llit)7U; thence 81) chains
east along tbe line ol 'I'.I, 11)11711 to the
Lake sliurc; ihence along tbe lake
shore to poiut of commencement, containing four hundred and eighty in i I'H
more or less,
Edward McGabram.
Arrowhead, B.C., June 28th, Wll).
j.j 2li2m
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land IJistiict,
Dlstriot of West Kootenay.
Take notice thai Charles A. Hal num,
of   Kevelstoke,   B.  0.,    occupation,
cruiser, intends to apply for permission
to purchase   the   following   ili'iiili..I
landti
Commencing at a post planted on
tbe trail leading fioiu MoCullough
('reek to French Creek, about u quilt ler
of a mile distant and in au eastei ly
direction from Coldstream, marked
"S. A. llm mini's North East Corner")
tbi'iice south KI) chains: thence west
80   chains)   Ihence   north   Hi)   chains;
thence east so chains iii point of commencement, containing (HU acies,
more or less.
Cbablbb August Haknum.
Dated August 2nd, 1HIU.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke I ami District.
liisLriel of West Kooleiiay.
Take notice Unit John B. Barnum, of
Kevelstoke, B.C., occupation ciuiser,
intends to a poly for pct-init-sinu to
purchase the following described lai il-:
Commencing at a post phuiled on
the trail leading I run, McCullougli
I nek to French (reek, about a ipiui ter
of a mile distant and in au easterly
direction   from    (ioldsl leant    maikeil
'•J. S.  Barnum'* North-west Corner
Host; I hence south HU chains; thenoii
easl 811 chains; thence north 811 chains;
i Iniiie west 80 chains to the place of
i oiuineiiceineni containing 0-10 acres
mote or less.
John h. Barnum,
Dated August 2nd, llllll.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kepairs of all  kinds neatly  CAcrieJ  01
Bicycle and "un work aspecislty
l* *' i -I..:"■-.* given on any class
of work.
Fr   ont     Stroet. SATURDAY, SEPT. 24TH. 1910
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B 0
Pap I
The Elevator is in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage of it lo
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
New
Fall Goods
Each day now brings its
shipment of New Fall Goods.
Each day we are busy opening and unpacking cases of
desirable Dry Goods from
practically every producing
centre of the world.
Each day there is more to
see and those who like early
glimpses of the new goods
are finding our showing keenly interesting. These are the
conditions that make the Dry
Goods Department interesting
these days-
A Monday
Bargain
The strong bargain attraction for Monday in the Dry
Goods Department is that
pile of Dress Materials at 50c.
To count them over there are
a few Panamas worth 75c;
some of the new colorings in
Fancy Dress Goods worth $1;
and some Voiles worth $1 all
at one price for Monday,
50c. per yard
35
c. per yar
d
Fall Ribbons
This season's riot of colorings seems to have centred
in the Ribbons for Fall—a bewitching medley of hues.
The broad and semi-plaid
Satin stripes, and the brilliant
Moire or watered effects are
being snapped up at
Dressy Belts
The last touch to tbe Lady's
toilet The Belt. And now it
is the smart, dressy, Patent
Leather, and such a marvel of
designs have been thought
out: The Plain Band, the
Shaped Band, the Gold Insert,
the Paisley Panel, but they
are all in the patent class at
25c. to 85c.
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the store on
the Ground Floo.', is proving a
convenience. We havo a fine
" Hohart" Klecttic Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cul,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wail.
Ladi
ies
Und
erwear
Early Full Underwear. This
special line is worthy a look.
Union weave fleeced, in nice
weight, white or natural,
Vest and Drawers at three
garments for $1 or each
35c.
The  Flannel
s
eason
Autumn on the calender
and in the air already. The
little folks need warm flannels and what so comfortable
and so cosy as a flannel petticoat or underclothing.    From
10c. to 50c.
Bed Comforts
The fall patterns art
beautiful
All the new
designs
We are now showing our
new assortment of Maish
Comforts—the latest designs
in silkolene, sateen and silk.
These comforts arc known
throughout thc country for their
"warmth without weight". Made
by a special process, of the finest
snow-white cotton, they are the
same downy, fluffy thickness
throughout. No lumps. No thin
places.
Come in and sec our assortment
Maish
There is no other comfort made
that we can recommend as highly.
You will like the Maish coverings, plain and bordered.
$1.75 to $6
Men's Coat;
The New Fall Clothing is
here for you. The trend of
popular fancy tlemanes that
will be well dressed.
We are showing just now a
nice assortment of early F'all
Coats and Suits.
Get Hume's prices.
Apples, Apples
Apples
See our corner window for
the BEST and ONLY eating
apples on the market, that is
the MACINTOSH RED. We
aie unloading today 700 boxes.
Also a car of mixed varieties:
Gravenstiens, Wealthys, Pippins, Snows, Haas, Unknown,
Greenings, Maiden's Blush,
and we can give you prices
that will save you money.
Fancy Chi
ina
When going in the elevator
Saturday evening you can't
help but slop and admire our
table of Royal Doulton China,
in .lugs. Cocoa Pols, Plates,
Cups and Saucers, Sugars and
('reams, CuBpitors, Teapots,
and Salad Bowls, all in the
newest and latest designs and
patterns.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
^m.
We are giving our Special
attention to Freeb Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and pee the assortment.
Hay and Flour
Hay, Oats, Shorts, Wheat,
Bran, Chops and Flour by the
ton or by the sack. Money
saved is money earned. We
can save it for vou.
Curt
urtams
O.ir stock of Curtains includes
the very latest creations in
Fancy Scrim, Irish Point,
Battenburg and Frilled Net
effects. It will pay to examine them before buying.
Biscuits
See our display of Huntley &
Palmer's biscuits just opened
We give customers the benefit of the money we save by
buying direct. See the different lines. Fruit Cakes in 1 lb.
and 3 lb. packages.
Boys Clothing
The Boys' early Fall Clothing
is arriving. Mothers will find
among these just about what
the boys want tbis Fall. The
makere have excelled themselves in pretty styles.
The College Suit
M Lion Brand "
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or BEND
your Orders I Sei d lhe children
to the .Store ! Cone yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large cr too small for us to
handle, It pleases us to see that
Customers get Ihe liest of attention.
I Paso I
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
SATURDAY, SEPT. 24TH,  1010
AUTUMN
rs T
JL£.
Coining Evsi.ts
The iut i* school I..* rosse match,
which vvas to have heon played yes
tenlny  afternoon,    wns    unavoiilahl)    Sept,     21 ::n   "Ranc't      Life    in   tho
l>ost| I,  anil  will  li?  held    i    Mon   (       Ureal   Smith   Wont,"   Kdisoll  The-
ilny  afternoon   next.      VrrnnKometits I      ivtre.
nre  being  niiule to     secure a     visil   net,   i   "The  Manxman," al    ISiliaon
from  .Iih' Lally,    tho well known la- I      Theatre
erosso expert   whn is  now I airing the   (jet,  (1   L'umeilv, "Two  Married .Men"
r
mt\mm~*     ~ \\iM»\g*m '   "
We are Keeping in Touch with
the Latest Eastern Ideas
Trimmed Hat
'*'.* lels for Fall wear, prettj
Easti rn styles,   tl ■   latest,  .inst  to
• | ress.
adies' Costume
Half a dozen Costumes, new Fall
designs, just pul in stuck to-day.
Your inspection solicited.
Our Stock Comprises the Newest
Lines at Lowest Prices
REID C& Y
Hand iiii*I Orchestra, nt tho Mi-
son Theatre.
i let. 7 B- Moving Pictures, " Lieut,
Shackleton's Trip to tlio South
Polo and lectui'o," Edison Thoatro.
province, to Itovelstoke in connection
with its school lm ri    ■* Ion
Mr. and Mrs. W. Williamson, "f
Real' Creek, arc leaving next week
fnr Vancouver, where they will in
fui ire  n si.lo.      Mr.   V, illiamson       is
one of tl Ido i employees on      the   '"■'<■    ""' >-' l:: " ^~  Alu'" P^NS
CPU., and is retlrini! on lus pens I iu repertoire al Ellison Theatre,
ion whiclicainethisyo.ii'. During t,ct' 2*1-25-^(1-27-28-29-The Jeanne
thc summer Mr. nnd Mrs. Williamson I       missel  l'"- >«  repertoire al      Hi*'
I*:,lis.ni Theatre.
Oct.  -il    Informal   Pancc,   umlcr  aiiB
Auxiliary    B,    of
passed on  to the r.l'.lt.     passenger
trains over liiini hoiH|iicts of (lowers,
taken  from  their garden     at      Heme       I'iees ol  Lndii
c*,*rk.     The niair,  friends of Mr. and !!- '''•
.Mrs. Williamson will wish them long   N,,v* 3   "Twelfth    Night,"      Shakos
irons life In     their      new !      peni'c's  great  come
1-3 :  ion  Theatre.
Nov.   12   Ladle '  Royal   Welsh Choir,
25    ladies    from     Cnrdill, Wale-.
in.I  prospi
lome.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mr. and Mrs.  Robert   Howson liavi
loft mi a visit  to Rocln sin*.  N.  V.
Mrs. .1. W. Jenkins will recoivi
Tuesday noxt. nnd all* r * n the
ond Tuesday ol each month.
Seal     *■''    0,   SI n.t  and   T.'.e.
Klison Tlientrc.
at
Tiie SGiith Pole
The     repi'iidiietioii    "1  tho  moving
pictures ol  Lii'iu.    Sliackleton's  trip
i,, thr Soul li Pi le will he shown    at
tho  !■'..lis.hi Theatre  In n couple      of
Mrs.     .1.    ll.  Berg,   "'"■•  has  l.o.n   ,,,.,.u_       \  i, ,*,,,,*,. will |)0 given ilur-
visiting  her son-in-law,   R.  /..  Craw    |,1R n,,,   evening    giving    particulars
ford, has  returned to her homo      at   nm)  illustrating the    Journey.        An
Bom
*..'.    it R        -    •    i.    i on
Sept    23rd, t     Mi     ind Mrs    i-i.  ti.
.'.'.   :.*.
Died
B
Revels
Sei't    -  :       Ki       ' thi     in-
K.    II*
:■■    .
Married
im'uity ri.oru
To those who have not yel given Purity Flour n trial we
would stipgesl you doing so ii ymt wish to procure the lest
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Vour money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AM)   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you Lh" best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. foi $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Sei • m at  T* nka    I *
*.        *   . r     bj   the  Rev,  V,
C.  Ca '               Rev,      M.
Gordon    SI Reginald
Rogers     i Martha Hen   Calder,
j     • _•.  • I the   Rev.  W.
i . Ca ivr.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Is one of the  most important items in yo::r busin ss
koo ;enay agencies, ltd.
will  '   '*•  : rti • this  branch   of
the bus iness for you,
I^ooienay Agencies. Lid.
Successors la Kincaid A Anderson
Will,...     .
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Wetaskewin,   Alia.
I Tno Rev. c A. Procunicr will leave
mi Tuesday next to ati nd a met t ing
of the Executive ol tho Anglican
Synod of tho Diocese ol  Kootenay.
announcement   will  ho made later.
Moving pictures tonight.
Moving Pictures To-night
A tirst-clasB program of moving
pictures will bo put on ul tho ISdisi n
Theatre tonight. Among the subjects are two dramas beautifully net-   FOR    HALE -27S acre    facing   Eagle
Clothes cleaned and pressed, ladies
nnd Men's. Apply First Street, across from Y.M.C.A., A.  II.  Hoy.     2t
TKMIKKS WANTED To Clear Five
Acres of Land or more, Fi r particulars apply He... Matheson, Begbie Ranch.
e.l by Ihe Vitagraph and Blograph
companies of New York. Two com
..lies by the Bdisoll Co. are also oil
the program.
un Monday and Tuesday there will
be a new program and a change ng.
ain for Wednesday and Thursday,
when tbe management expect something extra to announce,
"The Manxman"
Frederic Clarke, the well known
star, will appear tins season in a
mngnlticcnl productb n ui 1 [all
Caine's most powerful work, " Tho
Manxman."
"The  Manxman"   Is  one   ol    thus,'
wonder stories of  that   master  plny-
bull.ler,   I lali  C       , and leads      ns
i    ■  human     emo-
ih life and love an ! ri mane *
bristlini
i ., ■
l-l I of
nn.l
way.
: II
River, Sicnmoits, $:w per acre. Por
terms apply to E. A. linens, llii'.i
Lnngley, Victoria, B. C
WANTED l.a.ly Stenographer of
three years i xpi rience desin s position. Address, Miss E. Clayton,
Box 223,  Revelstoke,  B, C,
JSfo. 3
MISS EDl'I II WRICLEY
A t Mster's Certil'c te
South   Kcnsiigton,  Ergland.
Is prepared to receive
pupils for 11 rawiii;r and
painting.
P
', urcrBS
For Partic lars Apply to
MISS EDI I H WRIGLEY
Cn:c 1\      K.i  rm
A*
AUCTION SALE
us 'nun 'lies
II   1 in ra
■    :
S ALA DM Ill\, P.C.
, OCTOBER li ISIO
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* 11 im' -
lown-
*     IS    ].!"1" 1 t\
i-tlucinu
lim,
•   ..i iWll
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Wi* expert a busy tiii;lu lo iC:lit. People expect
us in I'lii on 'iiinithini; out ol llu* ordinary at these
sales, anil they are never disappointed ^ c nre
KoiiiK I" olTei vi u some specials this evening thai
will lie worth looking into. Remember tlml llic
Sale begins at 7 p.m. ami lasts until closing lime,
und lhal these are cash pi ices.
t
Fancy    Flannelettes
l.iglil nnil < i.i rl*. pntleins. About 300 yards or regular 15 •. anil 18c. I'lalinelettes, suitable for ivarin
Wi.ilpiis. I ii i ■-■■'ii*: l.u kits .iml Children's wear,
all good washing material. \fler Supper Sale
Price    Ten Cents Per Yard.
Special in JSecKpvear
We cxill * IN t vou some vvr\ taking "^tv 1 c>■ in cellars
and jabots in lhu nuwusl styles, vhite, uruani and
l';iisir\ palleilis. Hurt? are ;i lot <>t jjtuul ours
atnmiu; ilwm, selling In m 35i*. lo 65c, After
■r lii pi i 1 alt   1 rice     Only '25c.
Metre Hair Hibhcns
A   new    line.      Cream,    black,    navy,   sky,   pink
nnd brown,    b'ull S\ inches  wide nml  a   splendid
body,    To ni :lit imlj 15 Cents Per YnrJ.
A Hose..'Bargain
Tl r ulTi'i in*.- lhal seriued to please the Inrgi I miin-
1,1* m.i* .in llosicn V',■ [uij i,,un* .1,. ii peat il
lo iiitbl. only oliitittg a lot ol mn new stock of
littglisli C.'ishtnt re Hose. To-night we will give
miii t bililieli's Ribbed 'a-huiic Hose, in
sizes s to S, guaianteeil pure woo], onh 25c. per
pair.
Ladies' Fine Pure Cashmere Pose, regular
50c. To-Night, 3 pairs for $1.1 0
77l~Jgnncui2
FtO.***       _G   O
WHEN  YOU  WANT
Good  Bread
nnd vnu nlmiild   InsUl   npnn   pell ing  '1"'  hrsl   ;ii   all
MllHH ^itl'IM'-. ( >llf ll'I'll' *t It Ml fut* jiood hit*.1.1 is I nl
t In' I I'Mlll nl ih I' ic. ( >)1| lll-hHIM'l s arc -a I i Iii'l! llll
PlltS   i-    ill sl    R'ltihlHUtoiy     I | rail     I In v    L'llll     liny.
'l'i \ it nnd ymi wil Imrntne 11 i-cgulnr ciwtniiiei'. Uur
i. i rn. i tH8 mc il-u in keeping wiih oui  1 >i * nil.
G. W. Bell,
P. O    Box  2C8
CROCtR &.  BAKE.R
rhene No  23
I
uare Deal
I       1    ■ ; '  I     iu    •■:•'  ■     1' '.'■ ':    Willi    1 lit    .ill'   jilt     it,   rl-.fl
and In  Iim  in ; uf|< n, »i  aiu iu ;i |>u ition tn     ivi   vou n
■deal     Try I 1*1 o iu ''.*.
MCINTYRE   «s-   Son
Crdcrii Delivered, Phorc 93.
Wi    In livi :   III   Ml   I'm * "I lbe l ill.
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IP'S
lEfUOl
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mo - iri
$1,50 oz,
: oil ci.
1.50 02.
1.00 oi.
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1.00 fl
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COMING !
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Manxmen"
vam#AmtmM*num\im
Edison Tl. atre
Sat, Oct tat
COAL   COAL    COAL
Beit Lump Coal for Sale, also Furnace
Coal   Orders promptly attended to
S. G.  Robbins,
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
phone   uo
j mmmtmmmmmKSmjBaaaamam ■ ■—    —mi  n —-*—nt—rn—■
i
CumiTiiiiya Transfer Go. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
li    gage Transferred and General Drayiny
! in inline and  Piano  Moving  a Specialty
M        »     ...
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(■Ilice    Conirr ConnaiHjht Avenue aid Second Strret
i h nc 'na HE VELST0KF. B.C.       NiKht can 71
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