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REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 6- 1909
S2.50 Per Year
THE POWER
PROBLEM
Special Meeting of City Council
—Further Report from the
Hydro-Electric Engineers-
Improvements Necessary
A special meeting of the City Council waa held last night. Present: The
Mayor, Aid. Kimberley, Pradoliui,
Sawyer and Wells.
The following report on the city
power problem hy Messrs. Smith,
Kerry k Obace, hydro-electric engineers, of Toronto, was read:
7.1 Fairfield Building,
Vancouver, B. C, 2nd Oct., 1909.
His Worship,
Mavor Lintlinurk,
Sevelstoke, B. C.
Dear Sir,—
At your request, and in company with
Superintendent Duck, we have made a
further examination of the hydro-electric plant on the lllecillewaet Kiver.
The water has now lowered somewhat,
uncovering sonje of tbe back of dam and
crib work, and a better idea of the foundations there and at tbe proposed site
lower down can lie attained.
We find no reason to alter our previous conclusions us outlined in our preliminary report, but realising the impor- !
tance of the By-law to your rate-payers,
we are glad to give you as fully as may
be our reasons for these conclusions, anil
endeavor to show clearly what the er-
pendlture means.
These conclusions are:
1. The dam is rotted badly   and   insecure for high head during flood, making
it necessary to   either   strengthen   it   or |
build a new one.
2. The flume is rotten, and needs con- j
tiuued and expensive temporary   repairs
or replacement by n wooden stave   pipe.
3. The water wheel is not developing
the power which it should, owing to tbe j
(act that the flume is not fit, and be-
t-.iuse the wheel is not operating under
conditions for which it is designed.
Added to this, the wheel itself is badly !
in need of repairs which your Snperin-
lendent is unable to effect proparly without a lougHhy shut-down.
4. VCBtigas-prodacer plant is unable
to takeftn.- full load during repairs.
5. ■(? operation of the plant, as at
presiift, as your Superintendent has
pointed out, during the coming winter
will most probably be very expensive
and unsatisfactory, if not impossible.
The demand for power and light is increasing, and must be met by installation
of additional machinery and power.
To amend these conditions we have
made an analysis which resulted in the
preliminary report, based on the survey
and study of the site. In addition we
recommend that guagings of the river be
made and a record kept, aud after the
decision of the Council has been reached
that detailed surveys be made for the
complete development, including designs and specifications, and that the
work lie proceeded with before winter I
sets ill.
As outlined in your .Superintendent's |
report recently published and evidenced i
by tbe recent failure of the gas-producer j
engine at full load, continued repairs on
the present plant will be not onlv ex-1
pensive, but be a continual source of in-
convenience. Tbe winter conditions •
since the damage by tbis spring's fresh- j
ets will be very severe. We notice tbat
you have reopened negotiations with the |
C.P.R, to enlarge their shops in your!
city. This will necessitate more power,
probably 100 horse power to start with,
aiid'especially will require a permanent
and certain supply. Your credit, as evi-1
deuced by recent sale nf bonds, is par- '
ticularly good and Municipal Power
Bonds throughout the Dominion at this
lime are much sought alter.
An analysis of the conditions shows
then, that the City will have to do one
of two things:
1st, repair its plant extensively now
and frequently thereafter and undertake
to supply very little more power than
they do at present, or
2nd, remodel and instal a plant which
will be permanent, efficient and of sufficient capacity to meet nil future demands
for a city of' 10,000 inhabitants, when
the final or third step in the development of the plant, as outlined, is completed.
We have advised tbe selection of tbe
latter alternative on all counts, believing
that you will In time save money and
obtain better satisfaction at all times by
so doing.
The first alternative would suggest itself (or two reasons only; lack of money
for a permanent installation, antl second,
lack of faith in the power site and in
tbe City's progress The lirst reason no
doubt was the ruling one during the
construction of the lirst plant, as it necessarily is in most enterprises in their
initial stages, and the future of the
City wus then not as well assured as it is
now, and the success of the enterprise
may have been iu doubt. We see no
reason now to doubt that a plant can be
successfully installed at that point which
will overcome most of the difficulty arising from ice conditions in wiuter and
supply ligbt aud power for some years
to collie, and furthermore that the installation at that point will be a wise
one.
The second alternative is one which
suggests itself in the first place as a necessity iu order to keep pace with the
growth of the city antl district and to
ensure ita growth aud preserve its industries The conditions now obtaining
both at the power site autl in the city,
due to the fact that the city now owns
the plant, makes the selection of the
latter alternative almost imperative
from a business standpoint. Up to date
the plant, we understand, has in spite of
adverse conditions returned a handsome
dividend to tile city, and a long familiarity with such and similar enterprises
owned privately and by municipal ties
lends us to have confidence iii its success,
and to strongly advise tbe expenditure
of whatever money will result in the
long run in the greutest good. The estimated outlay will give you a final iti-
stallaliou at a cost, inclusive of previous
expenditure per horse power which is
well within the limits which would justify you in making tbe installation at tbe
present time.
First Alternative. This will necessitate the building of a buttress below the
apron of the present dam, and extending the apron over it, the replacing entirely of the new gate house and the
down-stream leg or buttress, and the
up-stream wing-wall by coucrere structures. It would {iv* a composite stricture ut righl angle* to tbe stream, and
according to our rough estimate, fully as
expensive as a new dam lower down,
taking into account the difficulty in construction at that point and the added
length of the pen-stock. In no way can
the structure below tbe gateway be repaired satisfactorily except by the use of
masonry or concrete. To provide n proper operating head for existing conditions, tbe crest of the dam would have
to be raised, and before this could be
successfully or safely accomplished tbe
old over-flow dam would bave to be entirely replaced. This would result in a
higher expenditure than we have estimated, and the site is not us favorable
for a high head as that lower down.
Tbe second alternative, which we have
outlined in our previous report, und comprising the building of a permanent concrete dum aud installation of new machinery and pen-stock, making use of
the present building und machinery lo
the fullest extent, will ill elTcct give you
a plant wbicli will eventually generate
the maximum power which is available
as fur-as we ure able to determine at any
one poiut from tlie lllecillewaet river,
amounting to a peak loud of l6ixi Kw.
The cost of this installation will also be
less than would enable you to install a
similar plant at any other point in the j
neighborhood. The dam will rest on a I
solid rock foundation, and be built into j
the rock walls of the canyon, making a
safe and water-tight structure. Proper
blow-offs will lie provided to bundle silt
and during bud conditions to make un
opening in the anchor ice which may ac-1
cumulate there. Two openings for six-
foot wooden stave pipe pen-stocks will j
be provided, and the north end of the
dam will be so designed as to make tbe'
intake in the eddy formed by the natural
cove in the river and providing the proper location of racks and a sluice-way
beside tbem for frazil ice. A sluicewuy
will also be provided by the natural
stop-log construction for flouting logs
and debris.    A gate-bouse   will,    in   all
probability, be provided wince will enclose ulso the racks, enabling you to in-
stull the necessary appliances for dealing
with severe frazil conditions iu the
most up-to-date manner. One of the
especial advantages attaching itself to
milking of a high operating head will
be the formation of a pool of some ten
acres of still water ubout this dam, extending to tbe log dam just below the
second canyon, which will cause the
frazil ice to rise to the surface It will
also enable us to handle the slush ice
through the wuter wheels much more
eusily and enable US to instal single runner wheels, which give much less difficulty und greater efficiency under these
conditions The new pen stocks will be
of the very best continuous stave wooden
pipe, and should last from 20 to 25 years
according to operation. The present
power bouse is large enough to accomodate quite easily ull the machinery for a
2000 Kw. Installation in units of suitable
size, and n further exuminution of the
plunt us it now stunds convinces us thut
the remodelling we suggest is absolutely
necessary. We would impress upon you
tbe obvious fact that the gas-producer
engine cannot handle the full loud of SO
amperes, und an increused capacity
which will iitsure continuous power is
necessary at once.
We are sending you some sketches illustrating some of the features of tbe
construction for your information.
Respectfully submitted,
SMITH KKRKV & CHAl'K,
Hngineers.
Perjll. j. Haffner
The aldermen present expressed the
opinion that if the power plant was to
be put in shape to render efficient sei-
vice to the city and to he depended on,
it wus necessary to make the Improvements recommended, and it was understood the report should be su bro it-
ted tn the meeting of citizens culled for
tonight, with all other available information for the guidance of the ratepayers in casting their votes on tb"
proposed bylaw on Saturday nexl.
Winter Time Table
Tho Vancouver  World says:    "The I
n-atter of putting on  a  through I val J
to Revelstoke it said to be  under con- i
siderntion hy theconlerence being held
by heads nl  the operating, passenger
and freight departments ol  the C P.R,
at the office of  F P. Buiteed.  general
superintendent."^
Shop Lifting Prevalent
Storekeepers have been complaining
very bitteily lately of the amount of
shop-lilting going on in Revelstoke
and it may be expected the next, move
of the police will be to make a raid on
the culprits wbo have been appropriating what is not theirs, and incidentally causing storekeepers heavy loss.
One   of   the   drug and book stores
lost a  valuable camera the other day
On Saturday   night a man was found
appropriating two umbrellas.   A hardware man  saw another customer poc
keting   some   brass ware.     Tbe dry- I
goods   stores   huve   also  found goods J
departed for   which   the payment had j
been   omitted, or   even   n   request to
have it charged.     The merchants will I
combine   to   put  down   this   kind of
thing, and  in  tbis they will have the
thorough co operation ol the police
DARING HOUSE
ROBBERIES
Another Arrest Made-Accused
Before Court—Mrs. Skinner
Sentenced to Three and a Half
Years
At thn Police Court on Monday
morning Mre. T. Skinner wns charged
with the theft of furniture Irom the
residence of J. E. Taylor on Second
street west and was remanded till
Tuesday.
Mrs N. T. Edwards was also charged
with the same offence and seked for a
remand, so this case wae also eet over
till Tuesday.
On Monday several people for win in
Mre. Skinner had win ked and who had
missed thing), vi-ited her house, and
found there muoh of the missing prop,
erty. The quantity of goods claimed
yesterday and removed would fill half
a railway car, As a result several
other charges of theft were laid against
Mrs. Skinner,
A n ruarkable feature of the search
ot the house was Ihe discovery of a
man's hold-up outfit, even to the gun.
Correspondence was found showing
she had taken Bteps to get false beard
and mustaches, sud it looks as il she
might soon have appeared as the
h ild-up man and caused a new sente-
tiou in Revelstoke which would prob-
•uiiy have kept the police and the
public guessing while tbey searched
lor the man, little thinking perhaps
that they phould he searching fnr a
woman.     She also hud skeleton keys.
The night the wardrobe was removed
rom the Taylor house a man met Mrs
Skinner coming along the sidewalk
with her big load in her band trolley.
He suggested she should get. out on
he road with such a load and not
take up the whole Bide walk, when she
promptly told him to "go to I, '
Death of A. f. Dudgeon
News was received in the citv this
afternoon of the death o( A. l-\ Dudgeon, manager of the Bowman Lumber
Co. Deceased has not been well of
late and was visiting Portland, (lie.,
when his death occurred.
On Saturday alternoon commencing
at 1 30, if Jupiter  Pluvius is willing,
the Civic employes play an  eleven  of I
the Cluh    It  is   expected  that   the
jailer will keep the wicket, the pound-
keeper   look   after   stray   balls,    the
electrical department, furnish a shock
to the opposing side, the tax collector j
will play or furnish a man, tbe  water
department   with    customary enter- j
prise are to atteud to the refreshments.
Ou   Tuesday   Mrs.     ski -mer    was
charged at the Police Court with theft
of property from dwelling owned by J
E. Taylor.
Iu reply to the usual question accused asked (or summary trial and
pleaded guilty.
Chief'Parry conducted the prosecution and accused was undefended.
T. E. L. Taylor gave evidence as to
Mr Gordon reporting to him the disappearance of the furniture owned by
his brother. Reported matter to police.
Xext saw missing furniture in Mre.
Skinner's bouse consisting of three
carpets, wardrobe, mirror Irom dressing table, laige wall mirror, chest of
drawers, refrigerator lt wae dillicult
to say how entry was obtained. One
wit dow hnd been broken open but was
afterwards fastened. Considered entry
must have heen got by a key as the
doors were left locked am) the furniture must have been got out through
a door.
Chief   Parry   gave   evidence   as   to
finding furniture   mentioned   in   ac
oused'8  house.    Arrested aroused who :
s.id she   was  p.ntiy guilty; that  she
brought   the furniture   in   her  two-
wheeled csrt in which she could move
hall a ton if sue wished; tbat  sbe got |
all   the   upstairs   furniture into  her
bouse   without   any assistance   from
anyone, and that she   wns willing to
give   back   anything   found    in   her
house.
Mrs. Skinner said tbe furniture wae
rot all to be hers nnd blamed MrB.
Edwards.
Accused was then charged witli
stealing from Mrs. McSorley table
linen, cutlery and wash boiler, valued
Hi $70, and pleaded guilty.
Accused was next charged with
steaing a clothes wringer from Mrs.
Elliott and pleaded guilty.
The next charge was stealing paint,
tbe property of John McLuod from A.
W. Perry's house. Accused pleaded
guilty.
Accused waa charged with stealing
tools, the property of 1). McCarthy,
from the Perry bouse, aud pleaded
guilty.
Tbe next charge was stealing an ivy
pot plant from A. H. Allen. Accused
pleaded guilty.
Accused was charged with stealing
plated ware from VV. A. Footo's rem
dence, but said sbe did not remember
anything about it. The case was adjourned in tbe absence of witness tu
prove charge.
Next charge waa theft of pickles
from (j. W.Bell's store.
AccubcQ denied this charge and it
was wltLdrawn.
Accused was charged with stealing
towelB from Mrs. Prattt but denied
the chnrge, and tbe case was then
adjourned to call evidence.
Chief Parry here asked tor au adjournment of the whole proceedings
against MrB. Skinner as there were
other cases which he believed he
could bring home to accused. The
hearing was laid over till next morning.
MrB. Edwards was charged with
stealing articles valued at 1(8 from
house ol J. E.Taylor.
Accused pleaded guilty.
Chiel Parry said he searched the
house aud found nothing else. The
evidence in this case, he said, was
rather vigue and it waB Btated these
things were probably brougbl, to the
bouse by the cbildreu. Accused having pleaded guilty, however, he need
not go further into tbe matter.
The Court imposed a tine ot $-10 and
costs, or in default, a m mtli'B im-
prisoi.mcut.
On the Court resuming this morning XV, A. l-'ouie identified the goods
referted to in tbe charge adjourned
from lhe previous day against MrB.
Skinner.
A new charge was brought ol
stealing a watch from K. Howson,
to which aooused pli-aib-d guilty.
Chief Parry stated be had found
ii. the prisoner'" house a suit of
men's clothing, a revolver, and »u_».k
lantern, evidently used or intended
to be used in night holdups or robberies. He also read a letter showing prisoner had written to her
daughter at Vanoouver lor a man's
wig and whiskers, and ber daughter
had replied warning her against using
these, but slating if she insisted on
having them she would send them.
The ninny theltB committed by accused had been tho cause of innocent
people being suspected.
The Court sentenced the prisoner to
three and a half years' imprisonnieut
in Nev Westminster gaol.
Terrible .Accident
Nanaimo, Oct. 5. A terrific explosion occurred at Extension Mines ol
tbe Wellington Colliery Co, this morning and si.\ly men are believed to have
perished.
Tbe .shock was terrific, the stoppings
were blown out and doors unhinged.
The offects of llie explosion wero confined to lhe slnj roll which il occurred.
The men in oilier pints of the mine all
got out unhurt.
The explosion occurred at No. I slope
of No. 2 mine, about half-way up the
slope. The place is supposed lo have
been sel on tin-by men winking wilh
open lights. The liberation of gus
from a pocKet is supposed to have
caused the explosion, and deadly after
dump followed quickly. Twenty men
were employed above tbe point where
the explosion occurred and they were
cut off from escape, and no other
inouns of escape exisls.
Galvanic batteries, electric bells,
trusses, etc., kept at OR. Mncdonuld's.
*>M    t
i 4*fi3»E»£5JuluA
**S     GiNtRAL   Plan
V*
DIAGRAM OF rROFOSED WW DAM 10 OPERATE CITY POWER PUNT AT BEVELSTOKE, B. 0.
SPORTSMEN
Who are in doubt as to
where they can best obtain
all kinds of L'p-To-Date
Sporting Goods, should
bear ;n mind the fact that
we carry'a splendid stock
of Guns, Killes, Ammunition, Fishing T ac k 1 e,
Traps, Tents, Camp Stoves
Blankets, and in fact everything   for  the   Hunter,   the   Trapper  and   the   Prospector.
HEATING   STOVES
It will soon be time to purchase that Heater. We have
just 'the stove to'suii you and will be pleased to show you
its good points. Remember that we arc agents for tlie
Kootenay Range, which you will read  of on   another   page.
BOURNE  BROS.
Groceries    Hardware    McClary's Stoves    Plumbing
Our clothes-
values ore
easy to see.
Field glasses are not needed to see the
fine points of perfection in the kind of
clothes we sell. Style, fit and every detail
of line tailoring are there inside and out. If
tsetter clothes could be made this store
would have them. We especially invite
paitictilar dressers, men who never wore
ready made clothes to .sec ours.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO
BST-UtUSHED  i»«?
b. e. walkir, President I Paid-up Capita!, SI 0.000,000
.4IJXUTDBH LAIHD, Gensr.l KUasger ! Reserve Fund,    -     6.000,000
TRAVELLERS'  CHEQUES
Tbe new Travellers' Cheques recently issued b) this Hank are a most convenient
way in which Uj cany money when travelling1.   They are tamed in drnominatiooa ai
$10,   $20,  $50,   $100 and  $200
aad tbe exact amount payable ■ Anuria. Belgium, Denmark, France,
Germany, Great Britain. Holland, Italy, Not way, Russia, Sweden
and Switzerland is stated on itx- imcr ot r.„ n cb__s_|._r, while m other nwniniee
tfcey aro payable at currenl rates.
Tbe cheques and all irfor..i__.t„ni rejp_.niin)£ :hrm may b« obt_.in_-tl al mVtJty   office
mt the,  Bank. UU
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH — A.    H.     ALLEN.    MQR.
IF UK'S  Mil'lt IlllV UK  MINE
we wont bim started on the read to
manhood right' and there'a do butst
physical method than to All bis dally
platter witb a supply dram our
High-Grade Meat Market
of juicy Beef, tender Lamb, cornfed
Pork and Hams that would tempt an
anchorite. Common sense bucks up
this advise, and a visit to our attrao-
tively managed, sanitary, and speck-
lees premises "ill convince you. not
mentioning the strong argument of
our reasonable prices. To-day is ihe
day in prove it.   ('m.i..
Maundrell Meat Market
Wc handle  Premier Ham* and Bacon
CANADIAN    PACIFIC    RAILWAY   COMPANY
ATT EM) THK
Provincial Exhibition at New Westminster
October 12th to 16th. 1909
Only $12.35 Return.    Good Until Oct. 20th
TICKETS ON HALL OCT. 8th TO 16th, THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
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ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal notloes 10 cenu per line first Inaortlon,
Soenuperllne each .ubnquenl Inwrtlon
Meaaurementi Nonparlel 112 lines make one
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.•,'.. bal. Birliia, Marriage, and Deaths,
■ .■   Bach  Insertion,
Land iiuiui- 17.30 All advertlsemonu
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Wanted and Condensed AdvortlsomonlBi
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Wanted, Mechanics Wantod, in words pr
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ix-in uj 'J a. in. Ini-iliiy aud Irrluay nl
meh week toseonro Km"! display.
COUKESPONDENCK invin.il un matters uf
imblic Interest. Co lunloatlons to Editor must ii.- aooompanled by name ui
writer, uui neoewarily (u publication, lint
u evldenoe o( good faith.   Dorroapondonoe
should lie bl'ilil.
HAHVEY, McOARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
BABBiarKKS, B0L101T0R8, KTC,
OrriCKB :    IMFKBIA1. hASK  Hi'1I.IUNI1 1UVM.-
H'l'uKK,  B.C,
Money to loan. _-.__..   ■. n
OtHces: Kevelstoke, B I .    I raubnioli, B, ti
8ao. 8. McCakteh
<V. M. Pinkham J. A. Hakvky,
KeveUtuKe, Cranbrook, a. O.
-TTT1LL1AM I. BRIGGS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc,
Sjlicitor fori—
The Canadian Bank of Commerce,
The Molsons Bank, Etc
FIRST ST.,    -   REVELSTOKE, aO.
TjOBKRl' SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box WO, Kevelstoke
E. A.   HAGGEN
Mining Engineer
Revelstoke, B. C.
.Mem. American Institute Mining
bugliiuertt
.Mem. Uui. Mlu. liibl.
Examinations   and   Iteports   on   Alines,
sua .Mining Investments a specialty.
Blue Prints supplied  uf   pEnB  of 1 AND,
Mists auJ flMBBB
Cable Addreas-"Kaiiagan,*' Revelstoke
Codes—Moreing aiidKeill, BedtordMc-
Selll, Wesiern Union, Clougii.
C.   W.   O    W
Mountain  View Camp. No. 229
■Meats Second and  Kourtb   Wodiietdaysln
e'er .nun'Il ...  Selkirk  Hall.    Vi-um    Wood-
cien cordially Invited i" attend.
JUHN CARLSON, Con. Com.
J. ..lcINTYKK, t'lerk.
REVELSTOKE AERIK No. 423
F. O. E.
The regular meetlnp are held In £e Selkl'k
H. iV en2...I audUl. Tuesday ".ring at '
„ CH'C.    Vl.l«»,i«JSB«ttK'd'
W.K.UcLACi .HLlN.BBOMTAOT.
Kootenay Lodge, No. IB, A  F. & A. M.
^«.    <?"> .Ti'° regular meet-
m'WSveZK.    Yi  uIbonictemple
I     *4?« jL      •'/    OddlellBW.- Hull. I'"
|^K1^ nielliird M-mdiiy in
___f__r    —^B^'    ____.___*-"'■        inuutli   st    s
E_l,J^|Hp   '_>-.    cordially   Welti, A. I'l'.OI'CNIKH, Skckktaky.
SELKIRK LODGE 12, I.O.O.F.
Meet- evury Thur--
.1h) eveuiug iu Bel*
kkirw Hull ul 5 o'olook
pVisiting brethren are
cordially invited to uueiii.
ALBERT AKMAN. N.ti.     JAB   MATHIE;si_c.
• Cold Range Lodge, K. ol P.
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKIs . VfcKY A EI'.Nh.-bAV,
wl except i ii u ■ Wednesday oi
each month, in ie "lillelluw,'
Hsli si I '"el 'ek. Visiting
KnlKhtsa-.  e-.rdlaliy .nvileil.j
T.  1'    smith  I    r.
G. B. HHOi Kl K   ol   K   4 B,
J    II   Si OIT, Nl. ol P.
Zbc flfoaiMberalfc
FOR   SALE
in a desirable quarter on-Third
Street at a bargain 12 rooms
and bath room, all modern improvements, furnace, large
basement.    Reasonable terms can be arranged.
PRICE $4,500
warm  and well finished,  on    Fifth   Street,
modern plumbing.    Terms to suit a good purchaser.
PRICE $3,400
Eight-Roomed House SLury.StTode°?n
plumbing.   Terms to meet purchaser.        PRICE $2,600
Fine Residence
Six-Roomed House S3.
1 nk
I'AKTli TI.AKs   AITI.V    I'll
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ui
• ,.jVqi<_'!£4ji|t>
WEDSE8DAY, OCT. 6, 1909
The action of Peary in refusing
to bring down fr.uu the north tbe
instruments oi Cook, hie rival,
show? that Peary i- pretty small
potatoes alter all.
An oversight in connection wiih
the city police court is that no
seating accommodation has heen
provided in the portion of the
court routn available to the publio,
This is a matter that shimlil he
attended lo by the civic authorities without delay.
The police deserve urodit (or the
way the house robbery business
that bas heen going on in Revelstoke has been uneurllieil, and while
we regret to have the sad incident
ol women mixed up in lho affair,
the lesson will not be witnout itH
good effect if it teaches shoplifters
and sneak thieves that the police
are determined to hound down this
kind of tiling.
The statement that the double
train service will probably he continued through the winter will be
hailed with satisfaction in the
interior. For the last two years
the hoards of trade of Kamloops,
Kevelstoke, and Okanagan points
have had this matter up and urged
the necessity of a double train service in winter as well as summer,
as it is found one train a day no
longer meets the requirements of
llie public. This is one of the matters the Revelstoke Board of Trade
took up with Mr, McNicoll, the
vice-president of the C.I'.R. when
passing through, and we are glad
to see the demand fur a double
service likely to be given effect to.
face to face. It is now for the
citizens to reciprocate, ami give
this matter their best attention
and fullest consideration. To those
who wish further information tonight's meeting will afford the
opportunity of submitting their
questions to tlie Mayor and aldermen and getting their explanations,
so that any difficulties may be.
fully and fairly cleared away.
lights in orner to supply lhe paying
end of the business. It would be a
thousand pities if this hnd In lie
done, and it is for the citizens
themselves to sny at the poll t n
Saturday whether Revelstoke is lo
lake ti.o step backward or not-
This is the critical time in the
history of Kevelstoke. lt iB the
time when the city is coming to its
own il the citizens themselves seize
the opportunity. Wholesale houses
have taken up the establishment of
branches here. New industries
have Revelstoke in v.iew as a location point. ihe C.P.R, have met
fairly the representations of tbe
hoard of Trade to give Revelstoke
the benelit of tlie whole of the mechanical and repair work on the
Mountain anil Shuswap Division,
which, if curried out, means a large
increase in tin- shop staff and
equipment. These are considerations noi likely to be brushed
aside. They interest every property owner and every citizen. We
ask our fellow citizens to lake advantage of tin; opportunities now
in their own hands by endorsing
this bylaw at the poll on Saturday,
feeling sure that if carried it will
mean the infusion of new life,
energy and progress in  Revelstoki1.
Will Crooks, the British labor
leader, hit the nail on the head
when he summed up the duty of
Canadian statesmen in regard to
the economy of labor as follows;
"What Canada wants, if 1 may
say so, is a great man who v uld
organize. ,u-> ; lacing of labor in
this country, so that if twenty
thousand men are wanted in Toronto, and Montreal can afford to
spare that many, they would come
at once from Montreal, I mean a
national undertaking, virtually a
great national labor bureau, so that
every market would get just what
it wanted and no more, and other
markets would not be congested
with applicants, who might be in
demand at some other point, hut
nut at the one  they were at then."
THE COMING PROVINCIAL
ELECTION.
Premier McBride's statements to
the Coast press are practically an
admission ol a provincial election
being in contemplation this fall or
winter.    The Premier Bays
DARKNESS OR LIGHT
The issue before the ratepayers
of jReveletoke in regard to permanent improvement and enlargement of the power plant is one of
the most important questions ever
placed before the citizens. They
are required to record their votes
on. the proposal on Saturday next.
Much depends on that vote. Understanding the position pretty fully
as we do, we have no hesitation in
saying that every well-wisher of
Revelstoke should record his or
her vote in favor of the bylaw,
The reasons are these. Owing to
the heavy flood of this spring the
dam was so weakened it is in an
unsafe condition "id may go out
any day. Should such an accident happen tbe power plant will
be out of business except as to the
gas producer engine and the power
which it can supply, and the city's
investment of $150,000 now tied
up in the power plant, would be
practically lost, as the service
would be to a large extent cut off,
the income lost, and instead of a
property bringing in a revenue of
171 per cenl. on the investment, as
it now does, the city would not
only lose its revenue, but would
have to pay the interest ami sinking fund on the capital involved in
the power plant 1. om other sources.
This show- llie serious position in
which the city would be placed in
the event oi the defeat of the bylaw
WANTED
FOR SALE—in Ellison Phonograph
pi-Ice JifiiiU.    Apply at  Mail-
HhKALII tWlce.
liV-Mt SALE— An liaison l'iiuiu'Ki.i|'ii
Jj     anu )u lecui'ue—Ayyi,   ,lL i|AI1'-
iil-.l(.M.l)  .jlllcU. UC|i  IO in.
WANiKU -A luurlli-eliiso bUUoii-
iu>  HUKliiuer—Apply    lo   J. U.
lllltClllQUtl,   KcVLlsLOae ftLCllllI  LltUllUl'J
WANTED—Lodgers (willi bi-ettk-
lasl, It pictelTl'U) III a coilllol-
lunie buinu on SueouU St., near llie
school.—Apply at tins ollice.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Declaration ol' Householders
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVENlhal
nil housebolilt-i's within lin- Municipality wishing to have bis or her name
insert eil on the Voters' List for the
Cily I'm tin- year lulu must make it
declaration liefore a Justice ot tho
Peace or other officer entitled to take
-neb declaration, and the same must
lie handed in to the City Clerk's office
nn ur before "> p.m. on Ootobar Hist
next.
Forma of   Declaration   can  be   obtained al the Oity ('lurk's offlce,
Revelstoke, li. ('., Sept. 28rd, UK)!!.
B. A. LAWSON,
City Olerk,
'With regard to these rumors of and the occurrence of an accident,
an election in November the feeling' the possibility "i whioh the citizens
seems to    be   that    in  the event of has,- ll;llj fuj] warning.
any agreements  arrived  at  before: H_u ,,.. ,e the dam doe8  ... ,
the end ot the current vear between .,, .
the government and Messrs. Mac- *> 0,lt' th"cU,zeD8 ftre BUl1 !:,ce l'      m ...... _
kenzie and Mann tor the extension iace with t..-         ';.-' .".r,.- :           CE MEN  I       D LO C K S
of  the. Canadian Northern railway increa«e of the  nty's  business   in
into British Columbia, there shoe,bl   , apply of light and power,  the
lie a  dissolution  of  the house, so whole   ..-'.. „       v..r   ftvaila
that upon  the country expressing
us approval  of  the  government's n"w       '                         ^ growing,
course and program, no delay need rhe demand  ;                tnd  power np£   n^iy   ^q   p|^£   BRICKS
occur in starling the dirt tiying in are increasing.    The  citizens have
the construction of the road.' ..   ra    ..   { the (    P.R    1-   to
From this it appears the railway rehabilitating thi shops and having
policy of the McBride covernment all tbe work on the  division  done
will he ihe  issue,  nnd  the public here    The use  ol   power  by theBi
will be curious to  have the deta   - ,1 m_.__-,. ti,..„, iho  nil   -  A. PRADOLINI,   -   Hf.VtLSTOKt
of this policy as soon as possible.
Maunfurttired (nr nil i'.1h9s»s nf .bntldlngl
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
■ -   I. inr** nr -mull 'jimntitifls
ti ihu uiwant prioea fnr cash,
EltUU Ol tillllilllllf llUrilLlUsliTMIK
■ U.iti
TO-NIGHT'S  MEETING
Wc   urge  the   ratepayers to roll
up in force  tonight at the meeting
called   at   the  opera house :.
Mayor to consider the merit- ol
proposal   ol   the   < 'ity Council to
permanently  improve and en
the   power   plant. and   for   rvhich
they ask the authority ol  the citizens to borrow $89,000.     1 he    I
Council have given tlie matter very
full and   careful consideration for
for snmii weeks, and   have obtained
tiie opinion of the leading Canadian
hydro-electric    engineers.    Smith,
Keary and Chace, on the condition
of the plant and   the best means of
improving its efficiency.    In ord^r
that the citizens may become perfectly familiar witli all details, the
City Council have taken Btepi to
place a copy of this report in the
bands ol every citizen to read and
study for himself. The problem li
one calling for the best intelligence
of the citizens and for tlieir loyal
support to the Council in the most
progressive step the cily has yet
taken. The OoUDOil have done the
right thing in taking the ratepayers
fully into their coiilidence, and
discussing this  matter  with them
. 8.wLk    WRWiVV   r
^iW     UtdUlm' ildtiiuM
;.. in the  cil   -
istomer.   Tbe C. 1'. R
the 1 ■ imer by lar ol '1 •■
:  ■   supplied by the city to 11
and from a business pomt ol net
iterests   leserve  tin-  be t con
on   The iighl -er-. n e - hould
,   i, ii the ' .P.R. can .le ■
: ,.nt    90   now.      I
-,..:ii    -nouiii   be   pro'
lor by this city just .1    lhe
any private coin em hai  11
the light and power  plant,
li tbis bylaw should be
what does it mean '     It mi in
i uv i ouncil must !l ud .  I bi
nue-producing end ol tbe
Brsl and   see  thai  the  hou-'-  ,■.,:
store lighting and power supply are  C.  £_>. AtlU.t1l.6Op LaO
maintained as well as possible
do this means that the stroet lights
must, he cut off antl the  city lefl in
darkness during the winter nights,
when Btreet lighting   IS   most   org
ently   required.     Then   the   free
lights allowed  on  porches would
have to be cut off.     The   lotion   '.f
the City Council last year in granting these lights at a time before
this 'iiisis iii   the,  power   plant R I
foreseen, was much appreciated ami
has done munli to Improve the appearance of the city at. night.   If the ]
bylaw is turned down the city coun-|
oil have DO option but cut off these ,
TOWERS FISH BRAND
WATERPROOF
OILED
CLOTHING
"tii jive you full Vitus
for every dollar spent
and Keep you dry la
the wettest weather,
EVERY GARMEHJ
GUARANTEED
MTORQOf
IwaCwwaOsaGi— tkmb
September
Winners
These   arc    the    numbe.S   that
entitled you to ;t 109 piece
China Dinner Set.
43994   37221    56677   61114
64001   51348   69423   58276
56297      66723
If you have not drawn one
yet, you certainly will soon.
Kach month from the duplicates
of the coupons' placed in the sacks
of Royal Standard Flour leaving
our mills, we draw ten numbers.
When you secure one of these,
you are entitled to a dinner set
free of charge. You probably
know many of the winners.
Watch this paper each month
for your turn.
Royal Standard Flour is the
best and purest Hour on the market in Western Canada. It is a
superior tlour—not merely different, but superior.
MANUFACTURED  BY
Vancouver Milling &
Grain Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,       ■      B.C.
NORTH VANCOUVER
When you visit the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop  at  the
NORTH VANCOUVER HOTEL
l'HTK I.AKSON, Prop,
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisine
48a31 Delightful Scenery
For Fall Planting
Bulbs from the Best European
and Japan Growers.
Homegrown fruit and ornamental
trees, grown on uplaud soil without irrigation in the only part ol
lhe American continent not infested witli the San Jose Rcale—
Garden, Kield Hiid Flower seeds—
Tented stuck Irom the. beat growers in the world—Wire fencing
and Uates—Spray putnpe, Fertilizers, Bee Suppl es, Cut (llowers,
Spraying materials, etc.—White
labor only.—New 157 page Cata-
logllO tree
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   B. C.
Branch Nursery      -      South Vancouver
GRAIN AND HAY
A   large quantity nl  l'raine
and   Timothy   Hay    always
on hand
Frank A. Lackner.
DIDSBURY, ALTA.
H.B.STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kepairs nf all   kinds neally  curried  on
Bicycle and (lun «nrk a specialty
listimates gfveil un any class
of work.
Front    Street.
For Sale
Under instructions from clients 1
have to offer for sale the following
desirable residential properties:
1. Residence   and   three   lotB on
MoKe /ie Avenue.
2. Residence with lot and one-half
frontage on McKenzie Ave.
3. Resideuce   and   two   lot^    on
Fifth Street.
4. Two good building lots with 50
leel frontage  on   McKenzie
Aven.ie.
5. Rooming House, (lli rooms) on
Fourth Street.
Terms   to suit purchasers.    For
priceB and particulars apply to
W. I. BRIGGS,
Solicitor,
sep 11  lm       First St., Revelstoke.
WANTED!
S00 More Orders for Winter
Vegetables
Why pay two prices tor your winter
wants when by si'tiilinjj direct to llie
producer you can purchase at lirst cosl.
We are now quoting as follows;
Potatoes 60o. a hundred
Turnips, Boats and Carrots 60c.
a hundred
Cabbage 75c. a hundred
Onions Si.50 a hundred
Tomatoes,  Squat h  and Pumpkins 2o. a pound
ALL ORDBRS CAKKI-'l l.t.Y I'll.I.till
S. M. McGUIRE.
General Merchant     -     Salmon Arm
sep 22 i in
COURT OF REVISION
Notiee ia herehy given thnt the first
Hitting of the Court nl Revlvii'ii to
revise the Assessment Hull for the j.ar
111(19, will be held in the Oouncil
Chamber, Cily Hull, Pevelaloke, B.C.
on Monday, October llth, at 2 p.m.
September 4tb, 1009.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
sep 4 lm Citv Clerk.
"hoticT
Kevelsloke Land District.
Dlstriot of West. Koutenay.
Take notice that 1, M. K. Lawson,
of Kevelstoke,occupation housekeeper,
Intend to apply I'm permission to pur-
chiiMi the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast coiner of Lot HtUlK and
maiked "M; K. Laweon's noi-lhweet
coi-nei- post," thence 40 chaina south:
thence 10 chains weal; thencetiSOchains
north; thence 20 cliains east; theuce 20
chains noith to line of Lot81)08; thence
along said line lo pi.ice of couiiueiice-
ment.
MINNIE  IC; LAWSON.
Daled Sept. 7th, I'.mu. sep 8
NOTICE-
Kevelstoke Land Disli-ict,
Dlstl'lot of Weal. Koolenay.
Take notice that L. A. Dewar, occupation Housekeeper, Intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following described land.-:
Commencing at a post planted on the
west side of Upper Arrow Ijtke, about
one and it half miles south uf Bannock
Point, thence west 20 chuins, tlience
north 20 .hains, thuuee west 20 chains,
thence north 80 chains to lhe K. & S.
line, thence following the K. & S. line
east 20 chains, south 20 chains, east 20
chains, sonth 20 chains to lake shore,
thence following the lake shore to
point of commencement.
DONALD DEWAR,
Agent for L. A. Dewar.
Qated July 29, 1909. aug 7
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Lund District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that A. W. Dickinson,
of Arrowhead,oooupatlon Lumberman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted near
the north-east corner of Lot 7905 and
marked A. W. Dickinson's N. W. C,
thence south 40 chains, east 40 chains,
north 40 chains to lake shore, thence
west 40 chains following lake shore to
place of commencement.
A. W. DICKINSON.
Dale Aug. 10th, 1909.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Nels llodine, of
Trout Lake, 13. C, occupation Miner,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Trout Lake between
Hitskins and American points and
aliout four miles from the foot of the
Lake and marked the S. E. corner
post, thence 20 chains north, thence
20 chains west or to Lake shore, thence
following the Utke shore to point of
commencement.
Located this 25th day of August, 1909.
Bep 8 OOd       NELS BODINE, Locator.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take nolice that Barney Plumton of
Arrowhead, occupation Hotelkeeper,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following desci ibed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
north-west corner of Lot 7585, thence
south 40 chains to T.L. 12150, tlience
west 20 chains, to the coiner of T.L.
12150, thence south 40 chains along the
western boundary of sume, thence
west 40 chains, thence norlli 40 chains
to lake shore, thence easterly along
lake shore lo point of commencement.
JOHN SHAW,
Agent, for Barney Plumton.
Dated July 20, 1909. aug 7
The Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.
(STEGER   SYSTEM)
CAPITaLIZATION $100,000 IN SHARES OF $1.00 EACH, FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
John  McLeod
E. W  MacLean
L. D. Taylor
C. R. Gordon
W. D. Whitehead
DIRECTORS
Real Estate Dealer Vancouver
Broker Vancouver
Manager and Editor Vancouver World
Broker Vancouver
Steamship Owner Vancouver
BANKERS
The Royal Bank of Canada
TO Till-; CITIXKNS OF RUVELSTOKE, GREETING;—
Wo respectfully submit the following for your consideration. The Paoific Pressed Brick Co.
control the absolute patent rights for the manufacture of the Steger System Silica Brick in H. <J.
This brick has been in use fur the past ten years iu the II. S., and has given universal satisfaction.
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The Sieger lirick is made in any color desired. The plant, 40,000 daily capacity, will be
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Bricks are now being Imported from the United States, England and Scotland. Duty on bricks is
22j per cent , lii^h transportation charges also lieing added to first cost. Fact No. 4—Thousands of
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B. C. ALLARD, Special Department, CENTRAL HOTEL, CITY
OR
W. B. ROBERTSON, Fiscal Agent, REVELSTOKE THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. V,
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 18S5
Capital Paid Up       •       $3,500,000
Rest Fund -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN8A0TED
SAVINGS
At all Branohes.
BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branoh, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
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with one nf our liandi'nie parlor6etB,
upholstered in high grade silk, ot
damask, with frame, that are in every
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indefinitely. Wa have many new and
beautiful pat lur seln and odd pieces for
beautifying the hoinn that are ta.lc
lui, eilcciive and inexpensive, snd w I
slum your rooms lo the best nilviin
luge.
H.  HOWSON Sr CO.'Y.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
are disposing of their entire Stock st a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry, Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION
Queen's Park
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
October 12-13-14-15-16
Greatest Agricultural, Horticultural and Stock
Exhibition in Western Canada
HORSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
ATTRACTIONS
Airship Flights Twice Daily.
Championship Lacrosse—Vancouver v. New Westminster.
Official Opening —2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 12th, 1909,
Wednesday. Oct. 13th—Devoted to Scottish Sports, under
the management of the Sons of Scotland.
Thursday, Oct. 14th—Vancouver Day, Champiouship Lacrosse.— Vancouver v, New Westminster.
Friday. Oct. 15th -Children's Day. Children's Sports,
Airship Flight, Intermediate Lacrosse and Football
Matches.
Saturday, Oct. 16th—Championship Lacrosse Match, Vancouver v. New Westminster.
StOCk Parade—i^o p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Rate from Revelstoke to New Westminster (Return) $12.35
BAND CONCERTS IN THE BUILDINGS AT
THE GROUNDS EACH EVENING
T. J. TRAPP. Pres.
W. H. KEARY. Mgr.-Sec.
GOD   SAVE   THE   KING
GET YOUR BLACKSMITHINGdbT
LP. LeBeau
REVELSTOKE
Horse-Shoeing t Carriage Worka Specialtg
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties,   Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Public Meeting of Ratepayers
A publio meeting of ratepayers of
the Oity of RevelBtoke is hereby convened at Tapping's Opera House, on
Wednesday, October 6th,
at 8 p. m.
to Iny before them and fully discuss
the proposed extension and permanent
Improvement of tin-Ciiy Puwer Plant,
The City Council sincerely and urgently ask every ratepayer to he
present.
CHAS. P. LINDMARK,
Mayor,
fe
INVEST
A few nt ymir space dollars on whiter
Underwear, Clothing and Hunts and
Shoes at John Bull's Sale, Most of the
Bummer goods have been cleaned out,
nnd the new fall and winter .^""Is ordered six mid eight nnnitlis from the
manufacturers are just coming In, all in
he sold for cash at wholesale prices.
Such well known goods us Sanford's
elotliing, Stanfield's underwear, Bell's,
Mcl'herson'fl and other makes of first
class shoes; all of which niusl he cleaned
nul hy the first ■•( the new year. Are
you interested in saving money ? We
nave lived up to what we advertised ni
the start and will continue lo do so until the stock is disposed of.
JOHN BULL,
Revelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE
Fifty tons  of   locally grown
potatoes,   in   lots   to   suit pur-1
chasers.    Superior quality,
Mail your orders to
f. Mccarty. - revelstoke
Tenders for Freighting of Supplies
for the Yukon Telegraph Line.
S1-:AI,I-;1i TJ-;nI)1-.KS addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed '"render
for Packing Supplies," will  he received
until 5 p.m 1   Thursday,   November
25, 1'JOV, lor the packing of material ami
supplies for points along the Yukon
Telegraph line between Quesuelle and
Atlin, in the course of the seasons of
191(1, lyil and 1912, Forms (.1 lender
and specification may he obtained and
form of contract Been on application to
Mr, J. T. 1-lu-lan, Superintendent of
Government Telegraphs, Vancouver, Ii,
C.,Mr. Wm, Henderson, District Superintendent Government Telegraphs, Victoria, II. C, and from the Government
Telegraph Agents at Ashcroft, H. C,
Quesnelle, II. C, Hazelton, H. C, and
Telegraph Creek, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified lhat
tenders will not be considered unless
made oil the printed forms supplied, and
signed with their actual signatures with
their occupations and places of residence.
In the case of firms, lhe actual signature
the nature of the occupation and place
(il residence uf each member ol lhe firm
must be given.
Bach tender must be accompanied In
an accepted cheque oil a chartered bank,
made payable I.i lhe order of the Ib i
able the Minister ol Public Works, etptal
to ten per cent, t In p.c.) ol the amount
of the tender for one year's packing,
which will In- forfeited ii tlie person tendering declines to enter into ii contract
when called upon to do sn, or fail to
complete the work contracted tor, If
the tender be uot accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does  not  bind  itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Hy order,
XAPliI.Ko.N TI-.SSIi-:k
Secretary,
Department of Public Works,
Otlawa, September 24, 1909.
I let 2-2
LOST—Gold, oval-shaped locket,
bearing B. of H T. emblem on one
-ide and ou the oilier H.I! 11. $2re-
ward will be paid lo finder upon reluming same io McKinnon's Cigar
Store. ocl ll
canadTan girl
CHOCOLATES
" Chocolates are tor  the  men to buy and for the girls uf all ages
to enjoy.
" The richness, daintiness and variety of forms of chocolates appeal
to the feminine taste,
•Foley's  "Canadian  Girl"  chocolates  are  made  with  one  object,
that of completely satisfying these judges.
" Will you be one of the feminine jury ?
"These  are  our  nowest chocolates,    Every  box  contains  a  large
variety and evory individual piece is of purest chocolate    they are
the daintiest, most delicious, fullest-Havored chocolates you can buy.
■Lei us have your verdict.
Sold wherever the best Candies are sold.
Foley Bros.  Larson & Co.
EDMONTON
WINNIPEG
VANCOUVER
Are You a Lover GAIT COAL!
of yood Bread, Cakes
and Pastry ? If SO. give
us a trial and get the
best. Fancy goods and
Wedding Cakes are our
specialty.
City  Bakery
J. W. CARLAND
Orders left with Andrew Davidson,
who is handling tlie (lull Conl for
trie, or at my laundry olliee will
have prompt attention. oc 2 4t
J. C. HUTCHISON
Tea is now on our special table. We
bave a snap in Kidgway's fancy   tins
come in and let us  tell  you  about it
G W. Bell's
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigars,Tobacco.
Meals 85 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
Sale of Mineral Claims in the Revelstoke Assessment District
NOTICE
Take notice that one month after
date we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for permission to transfer licence now held
by us for tbe Lakeview Hotel, Arrow- j
head, to Chapman & Irwin.
Dated Oct. 1st, 1909.
oct 2 lm      Pi.imton & Chapman.
1 hereby give nolice tbat on Monday, tbe 1st day of November, A.U., 11)09, at the houi- of eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, at the Court lions-, Revelstoke, I shall olfer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list hereafter
set out, of which Crown Giants bave been issued, foe taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by said persons on the
30th June, A.D., 1(109, and for costs and expenses of sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST  ABOVE   MENTIONED
REGISTERED OWNE11 till KHANTKK
F. C. Elliott, XV. I'I. Newcoinbe	
Die Sandberg, T. McKirday Graham.
XV. Cowan, and John Abrahamson ..
FOR SALE
The farm of the late Joseph Dolan
situate near Revelstoke, heing a part
of the N. K Quarter .Section 29 Tp. 23
and containing Sl acres move oi- less.
Applications foi- the purchase of above
propertv are invited and will be
received hy lhe undersigned up to and
including September 80th, 1909.
\V. I. BRIGGS,
Solicitor for Dolan Estate.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. 0.,   August
2Hh. 1909. lmon
Thos. Dunn and W. Farrel
F, C. Campbell et nl	
FOR SALE
A Hall Safe
An Oak Standing Office Desk
A Roll-Top Desk
A Long-Carriage Empire
Typewriter.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY  TO
The MAIL-HERALD Office
Charles W. McCiossnn	
Lardeau Valley .Mines, Limited.
Wide West Hold Min. Co. of Lardeau
Reward Gold Hi Silver Mining Co.LId
SHOW CARD WRITING
HOUSE PAINTING
HOUSE DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
First-class  Work   Guaranteed.
Mail  Orders  Promptly  Filled,
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Sireet and Robson Ave.
NAME OF 1-1..MM
Annie 	
Isabella       	
Hoper	
Dorothy	
Red Fox:
Horne Fraction	
Maple Leaf 	
Oak Leaf	
Floieaii "Vaclion	
Lanark 	
Lanark
Sutton
East Lanark l-'iaction
Blue Jay.
Warwick Fraction
Clyde Fraction	
Free Coinage	
Lone Pine
Butte  ...
Anna	
Joseph
Maud
Spokane
M iggie .May     	
Millie Mav No. 2
Interloper Fraction
Ruby Fraction
Glengarnock	
John L 	
Mai-yen Fraction
Liza Fraction	
Lakeview	
Ontario	
Wide West	
A. K. Fraction..
Hell Boy
I
2
.'1 l-'rnc.
W. A. Woods
David II. Wilson
Last Chance foi
Frederick Young
John II. Iloiu-e ..
David II. Wilson
Clara Grace Wesi tall
ill Wood
Owing to difficulties iu delivering in
November and December, ive will not
guarantee prompt deliveiy alter Nov.
1st. We have two teams on now and
will deliver all rrders promptly at $2
per load under five loadB and $1.75 per
load lor five loads and over.
ORDER NOW
Bowman Lumber Company, Ltl.
sep 22 lm
The Metropolitan Hold ti Silver Mining i'n. of Lardeau, B.C., Limited
(non-personal liability)	
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tlnsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
WORK   SHOP
Oon naught Ave.   -   Reveletoke
May
May No. 1
May No. 2
May No. A	
May No. I
May No. .j
Glooscap
Glooscap No. 2
Glooscap No. 8
Forbes Fraction
Reward Fraction
Pilot Fraction ....
Morning Star
Homo Run Lode.
Rattler
Union .lack	
Pilot
Florence
Koolenay No,
Koolenay No
Koolenay No
J iiinbo
Independent
Lardo
Haltler No. I
Edinburgh
Silver How
Scotia
Elizabeth
Gloucester
Orown Point.
Bonanza King
Last, Chance
Alice
Alice [fraction
Tom Edward
Copper Queen
Pedro
Minnie F
New York
Boston
Chicago
Montreal
San Francisco
; Fail-view   .. -
Metropoli I a n l-'ract ion
Chicago Fraction
Kamloops
Triune
Enterprise
Silver Cbiel'
Kamloops l-'ract ion
Revenge	
UNPAID
TAXES
ir>uo
15i57
155S
1559
1500
1501
1502
lota
1501
1592
1592a
2001
2777
2779
2770
277H
1588
457(1
4509
15338
5337
5338
1868
2437
2142
2443
2111
5870
5898
5809
5900
0451
0155
0453
7143
7142
74311
7488
7130
7137
7135
7434
7257
7258
7259
7592
72Vi
725-1
7252
7268
70I.S
704!)
7060
'7051
7217
7218
7260
7052
7068
7219
7251
2807
2782
2784
2785
2758
2759
2058
2008
2057
2001
11178
0177
7590
7597
5325
.5320
5327
5328
5820
5880
5381
5332
41152
.5081
5082
5083
.51181
6885
(.roup 1
$18 75
30 00
39 00
89 00
39 00
16 00
10 50
27 00
27 00
0 00
28 50
15 7.5
1 50
21 75
1 50
3 00
20 00
25 50
23 60
10 50
15 50
18 00
19 50
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18 50
8 50
50
20 00
2 00
2 50
11 50
24 50
24 50
211 00
50
4 75
5 75
5 75
9 00
8 25
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12 00
8 25
it 25
0 25
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0
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2 50
10 75
11 25
7 60
12 75
8 75
1 50
4 25
2 75
5 26
0 75
10 60
15 75
15 75
15 75
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13 on
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13 IHI
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3 1"!
30 75
:« 75
II 25
7 60
89 00
17 no
in on
:« 00
51 IHI
54 00
8 00
9 no
28 25
40 25
39 60
29 75
0 60
17 75
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2 00
2 00
2 oil
2 OO
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 IW
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 IH)
2 00
2 00
2 IHI
2 00
2 (X)
2 00
2 IHI
2 t«l
2 00
2 00
2 (Kl
2 00
2 IHI
2 00
2 IHI
2 IHI
2  IHI
2 00
2 IHI
2 00
2 00
2 IHI
2 IH)
2 00
2 IHJ
2 00
2 00
2 (HI
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 IHI
2 IHI
2 (Hi
2 (HI
2 (Hi
2 (HI
2 00
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2 00
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2 ihi
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2 IHI
2  IHI
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2 (HI
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2 (HI
2 IHI
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$20 75
38 00
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17 00
18 50
29 00
29 (H)
8 IKJ
:in 50
17 75
3 50
23 75
3 50
5 IHI
28 IW
27 60
25 ."HI
Is 60
17 60
20 IHI
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211 ."UJ
5 50
2 60
28 ihi
4 IHI
1 50
11 50
26 50
20 55
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2 50
0 75
11 (HI
10 26
14 00
14 1)0
10 2.5
11 2.5
5 60
2 2,5
8 60
1 60
12 7.5
13 25
0 511
11 75
10 7.5
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0 25
1 75
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8 75
12 60
17 75
17 75
17 75
17 75
15 ihi
15 00
15 IHI
1.5 no
15 ihi
5 ihi
3s 75
36 75
11 25
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12 ihi
86 (K)
66 ihi
56 ihi
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30 25
12 25
II 60
81 75
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III V.
THE MINES
10 Option on Big Ledge at
Pingston Creek
A sun- si^n of the revival ol the
mining Industry Is the bonding of the
Big Ledge zinc property on Pingston
('ick iu the interests of Joplin zinc
people for the sum of $400,000, The
ore deposit is said to be one of the
largest In the world, bul tbe difficulty
so far has been to find a method of
treating it. the zinc and Iron being Intermixed like the occurrences of similar deposits, which so far have defied
known methods of treatment,
The Hig Ledge was located about
ten years nun by A. M. Symons, of
Pingston Creek, and interested in tho
group are Messrs, Abriel and Waller
Scntt of Nakusp, M.Grady of St.Leon,
the Harry estate, and several Spokane
people.
It is staled the l.nndei's will carry on
extensive development work and iu
the event of it being satisfactory large
reduction works will be erected at
Pingston Creek, where the ore will be
treated on the ground, Magnificent
watei powei is available.
I III    HKNOKII I
Lame llillin in and Frank Barber
have, mi Canyon Creek, and within a
mile and a ball' of Gerrard, one of (In-
richest properties in the Lardeau. This
is the Seniirila. The ore catties high
values iu Hold, silver and lead. The
owners Intend to work the property
themselves this winter.
MONTGOMERY i.ttllll'
Parties interested in Ilu-bonding of
the Montgomery group of claims on
Downie Creek arrived this week to
visit the properly. Tbey have in contemplation exploration work with a
diamond drill.
s   l:li.  OKE  BODY
ll. Smith, P.L.S.. who has been at
Moresby Island, Queen Charlotte
Group, for sonic months, surveying
ibe uiineral claims in which I-'. 0. Elliot! and Hon. T. Taylor are interested,
Informs us Ihey have a tine mineral
showing there. The ore-body is.dHin.
wide and has been cross-cut close on
100ft. with satisfactory results. He
found tbeclimateof the Islands frightfully wet however, and answering the
description of the Lake country cowboy, who informed a stranger that it
rained nine days a week in that country.
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS
GOVERNMENT (IFIK B,  NaJLUSP.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Government Otlice and
Police Quarters," will be received by
the Honourable the .Minister of Public
\Vorks„np to noon of Tbtirsdav, the
28thdayof October, 1800, for the erection and completion of a Government
Ollice ami Police Quarters at Nakusp,
B. C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may be seen ou and
after the 27th day of September, 19n9,
at the ollice of ihe Government Agent
at Nelson; tin- Government Agent at
Hevelstoke-, Government Agent,Ka_8lot
tin- Mining Recorder at Nakusp, and
at the Department of Public Woi ks,
Victoria, ti. 0.
Each proposal musl be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Ilon. Ihe
Minister of Public Works, for a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of the
amount of the'teuder, which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline
to enter into contract when called
upon In du su. in if he fail lo complete
the work contracted for. The cheques
or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them
upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made nut on the forms supplied,
signed witb the actual signature ut the
tenderer, ami enclosed in the envelopes
I'm nished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
!■'. 0. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer,
Public Works Department,
Victoria, B.C., September SOtb, 1009,
o.'t 6
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
FOR RENT
Small  1 It mse in  Suitable
Location.
$10.00   PER   MONTH
Dated at Revelsloke, B. C, this 6th day of October, 1909.
E. Edwards,
Deputy  Assessor und Collector, Revelatoke Assessment District.
FOR SALE
Residences,   Building   Luts
and  Acerage,
Money to Loan
Industrial  Stocks
For Sale
FOR PAKTKTI.AR.S AI'I'I.Y TO
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Strest THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
.'      V\tm   ..   rS ' ___^>\ 1
■jjumaam ■■gam
Revelstoke Electoral District
TAKK NOTICK lhat I have received an objection in writing to your
name being retained on the List of Voters for the Revelstoke Electoral Distiict. on one 01 more of the following grounds;   That the person objected to is
dead; that hi used for a period of  six months next before tbe holding of the
('unit li. reside in such Electoral Distriel; lhat he is not, under Ibe provisions
ot the Act, qualified to vote; that be was not so qualified to vote when his
name was placed on lhe Register of Voters.
SAME id' PERSON
.iI-.lKi TED  I"
RESIDENCE „!■' PERSON
0R.I1SCTED To
PROFESSION, TRADE
lilt ( ,M.l.IMi
Allan, Garland T.
Anderson, Andrew 4.
Anderson, Wallace
Anders,.ii, Andrew J.
Anderson, Oscar V.
Aiinstrong, John Wllsi
Ai instrong, Roberl
Ai instrong, Hem > !•'•
Armstrong, jr., Robert
Atchison, John
Babb, l-'redk. T.
Hiram  II
William S.
Barbel. William
llarrett   Joseph
Ham. Frank
Beaton, |ohn 11.
Bell   i ieo,  1
Bet hu lie, Percj  Stafford
Ui.UK's. Reuben
Billon. Peter M.
Black. J.-lm Kill),
Blarl. Ji.sei.h
Blawett, \V. J.
Boileau, Alfred
Bovd, Geo.
Bovd, Daniel Allan
Bradley, William C.uj
Branford. Edgar John
Bridger, Robert J.
Hrnwn, Hugh A.
lirown, Frank G,
Burgess, Henry II.
Cameron,   l-i wen lb
Campbell,  John A.
Campbell, "Walter l-i.
Campbell. Geo. B.
Campbell. Angus
Camozzi, S.
Carlson, Andrew
Caron, 0. l-'ortuna
Carson. William  Henry
Carlvle, Leonard K.
Carr. William George
Carr, Percy A.
Casson, Henry
Chambers. William A.
Chartrand, Vldaize
Chartier, Telesphoro
Christie, Herbert Ceo.
Cbristopherson, Carl
Christison, Robert l-i.
Clarke. Russell n.
Clark. Geo. Rupert
Clark, Geo. M.
Clark, Anthony C.
Clark, Hunt
Clarke, David II.
Clark, Abraham I-i.
Clark. Charles
Clegg, John
Cole Charles
Coughlan, Fred
Coy, Charles
Crawford, Alexander
Crawford. John A.
Croft, John
Crowle, S. D.
Davidson. James
DeRose. Philip
Devonport, James
Donovan, Michael J.
Doyle.  Harry
Jlefour, I-'elix
Dyer, John
Edwards, Frederick
Egan, Thomas
Eisner, Norman
Kntwistle. Richard
Pish, Arthur Henry
Fleishman, A. A.
Fluke. Alfred
Fowler, Walter
Fraser, Clifford
Fraser, Amus
Fraser, Aaron
Fraser, Malcolm
Fulton, James ('..
Fulton  Edwin R
Gibb, Peter F.
Gol Istnith, George
Graham, J. Mc.
Graham, Tie..-. Jas,
' ireenwood, Maurice
Grue, Amos
Guthrie. William
Harlow Henry
Hay ward, William A.
Hayward, Fred
High,  George W.
Hill. Charles
i!  id, Alexander
Hopkins, William K
Houlahan, T. J.
Howell, James
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Jensen   ( i.r-.~tim A.
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Miller   Willi  • .
Montgomery, Angus
Mori an   Frank S.
Morrison, John
Morrison, John C.
Moulton, William
Moure. Wellington S
Mowrj    Williatn
Munro, Robert i'..
Murdock, Jas. C.
Murkar. John
Murphy, Robert
Murray! Robt. G.
Murray, Alex. B.
McAdam, Alex.
McCaffrey. Cha-.
McCalluiii, Angus
McC'allum. John N,
McClnre. Hugh
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\. i .unit.un
Lumberman
( '.ii neuter
S. s. Agenl
Milllllall
Brakeman
Tel, i Iperator
Laborer
Carpenter
Lumberman
Cbrk
Lumberman
Dentisl
biiniberinaii
Machinist
I imn.ni
Ulmrcr
Miner
Mai hlnlst
Lumberman
Miiur
Contractor
Laborer
Teamster
Lumberman
Carpenter
Lumberman
McDciiiiiil, Hugh C.
McGowan, Hubert
Mcintosh, Duncan   \.
Mclsaae, Dougald D.
McLauglilin, Motley T.
McLennan, John L).
McLeod. John
McLeod. Annus
McLeod, George P.
McLeod, Archie
McPhersou, James D.
N.dnsieil. Henry.
Seal, Frederick It.
Olson. Peter
l'uge, Thomas ll.
Barker, Robert
l'arteloll, Roy M,
Paul, Edward
Peppard, Lawrence
Peppard. Aubrey S.
IVrsson, Guslavc
Perry, Joseph
Peterson, August
I'oirier, I lector
l'oiubeit, George
Ralph, Samuel S.
Kcm.nnl. Gabriel
Richard, William S.
Robertson, ti. J.
Robinson, Geo. S.
Ki.sai.eii.il. John
RoSBWortll,  Wesley A.
Sadler, Geor.ee 11.
Saiunioiids, l-'redk, J.
Sniidhani, W. A,
Stiugater, George
Shaver, Henri A,
Shaw, I'llui
Shaw, John J.
Shaw,John V.
Smith, Peter .1.
Soucie, Frank
Soucic, Andrew
Spurling, John l*_.
Stewart, Fred W.
Stevens. Robert
Slew irt. Geo, A.
Sumner, George
Sutherland, John J.
Taylor, Stephen
Thorn, George
Weir, Edward
Weir. l-i.
Wharton, III.
WhifTeu. Frank !•'..
Wickens, W. K.
Wlddicoinbe, John
Wilson, William T.
Wilder, Frank
Wills, Alfred
Williams,  Hetirv.
Wood. John A.
Wood, J. A.
Woodland, James J.
Wright, Mcrritt B.
/.schiedrich, Charles
Zschiedricll, Ernest C.
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Comaplix
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Hevelstoke
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Camborne
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Camborne
Halls I,amlim;
Halcyon
Arrowhead
Revelsloke
Anow head
Comaplix
Kcvclsl ike
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelsloke
Arrowhead
Kevelsloke
Camborne
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Beaton
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrow-head
Arrowhead
Lumberman
Millinau
Miner
Bridge Carpenter
Lumberman
Conductor
Miner
Miner
Barber
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Fireman
Miner
Merchant
Miner
Fireman
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Laborer
Lumberman
l'i.merman
Miner
Captain
Carpenter
Miller
Master Mariner
Cook
Lumberman
Lumberman
I'lanerinan
Storekeeper
Miner
Miner
Farmer
Teamster
Laborer
Dcsp.ilchcr
Bushman
Barber
I 'al pelllet
111 idl_.ll] 111
Electrician
(Ink
LuiuLct luan
Civil Engineer
Miner
Timekeeper
Machinist
Machinist
Laborer
Lumberman
Fireman
Carpenter
Ledger-keeper
Clerk
Lumberman
Teamster
Butcher
Freight Olerk
Clerk
Bartender
Mill Foreman
Lumberman
Laborer
Lumberman
AND TAKIC NOTICE lhat at the Court of Revision to be held on Ihe 1st
day of November, 19()U. at Court House, Hevelstoke, B. 0., at 1(1 o'clock in the
forenoon 1 shall hear and determine the same, and unless you, or some other
Provincial voter, on your behalf, satisfies me that said objection is not well founded, I shall strike your name of the said Register.
Dated this lib day of October, 1909.
K.  EDWARDS.
Registrar of Voters for Revelstoke I-.leetoral District.
By-law No..
A BY-LAW TO AUTHORISE
the borrowing by Un- Municipal
Oouncil of the Corporation of
the Cily of Kevelstoke of the
sum of Eighty-nine Thousand
($89,000) Dollar's for Ihe purpose
of making permanent Improvements to and enlarging the ca
pacity of tbe electric light and
power plant of the City.
Whereas in the interest of the  Cily
it is deemed t -ssary and expedient
that such work be done without delay.
And Whereas it is necessary for the
purpose aforesaid to raise  bv   way   of
debenture;, a lu.Ill Df $89,000.00,
And Whereas i petition bas i een
presented to tb-* Municipal Council of
the Corporal ion of tbe City of Revel
stoke signed by the assessed owner- ..t
leasl  .ti i-tenlb in val f the real
property within tin- City ot' Revelstoke
as showr, on -be  last  revised   Ilrspss
men! Roll    I  - '..1 Citv, i...| ting that
i Bylaw be introduced for the purp -■•
nf authorising the borrowing by said
Corporal Ion of l he   - I  irbtj
Nine Thousand Dollars foi the purpose
 ned.
\...l \v be- — ■ h   mt of
thi   ratable  pn pi
' -.I        li. ■'.   "I-'     .Se I  d
tessmeni   Roil  of the
ke is I hi    .( f
*1 lb- i-    -
v   : '•■' -,. - -ii    i w.n i». necessai jr tn
..iAv by Bpecial  rati
thereto! the sum        1 " foi
paying the said debl and interesl then
Then fore,    tin-    Municipal
i uui.. . i pi lallon ol lie
i i;. s    i   open meeting ossem
bled, enacts i- follows;
1        it   -ball   be  lawful  lol    Ibe    M
i.i potation of the City ol
elstoke foi tbe purpose and  with  n,.
.I -nnl   i..   borrow  on   the
i edil ..I tb-- Municipal)! | hy w bj nl
debenl ores In i einafter menl ioned
pel   utl      pe. i ■.
. .aporftte, who maj Iw  w
.      lib.   Hi, e   I lie   HMIIfl    I"    I   I'.-di
i money, not exceeding in ' hi
 t    Eighty-nine    1 hmisand
11. .ii.u - md  -. cause all       i
■   ■.!  a received to I*- paid
hands of the Treasure! of Hip!
I .on ..f ib.- ( ity of Revelstoki
2.     It    ball h« lawful   lm    'be
i ibe   od i orpotation "I the i
Revel itoke to ■ m •  mv nnmhi i
I,elll [irCS  'i.   be   III.die.   eXel (ited    .(lei
tued tor auch -uin or sums a    nis
required  for ibe  purpose   .ml    ,i. ■
it. i.  ani. not exceeding, however, Ihe
oni of Eighty nine Tbonsand I)
Such debentures   shall  be of l h
nomination of One Thousand  Dollars
each and all such debentures shall be
sealed with the seal of ilu- Corpni
of the City of  Kevelsloke   ■ ii.I signed
bv the Mayor arid Olerk thereof
.'(.   The said  debentures sbnll beat
tbe dale  of 1909.   and   shall
lie payable in Twenty-five years from
ibe said date in lawful money of I an
Ida it, Un oilier of Ihe Molsons H'-i.'
at, Revelsloke aforesaid, which laid
place of payment shall   be  designated
ny i he said debentures, and shall have
attached to Ihem coupons for the pay
Mienl of inleroHt, a.uil lhe signature io
the  Interest   coupons   may lie  either
written, printed, stamped or lithographed.
-1. The said debentures shall bear
Interest at the rate of live per cent
(5,,) per hi inun from the date  thereof
which interest shall be paid s -ini-aii-
nually at the ollice of the Molsons
Hank at Kevelstoke aforesaid in lawful
money of Canada on the day
of and on the day of
respectively in each and every year
during the eurrencv thereof, and it
shall be expressed in said debentures
and coupons to lie so payable.
.S. It shall belawful for the Mayor of
the said Corporation to negotiate and
sell the said debentures or any of them
for less than par, but ill no case shall the
said debentures or any of them be sold
for less than Ninety-two and one half
per centum 1,92 1-2) ni the face value including the cosl ol sale and brokerage
and all other necessary expenses.
6 There shall be levied and raised in
each year duriug the currency of said
debentures the sum of Four thousand
lour hundred and fifty ($4450 00) Dollars
for tin- payment of interest and Two
thousand four hundred and thirty eight
dollar- and sixty cents ($2438^)) for
the payment of the said debt under the
said debenlures bya special rate sufficient
therefor on ail lhe ratable real property
in the -ai(l Municipality.
7. Il shall be lawful for the Municipal
Council of the said Municipality to repurchase .nn of the said debentures
u|»oii stub tenu- as maj be agreed upon
witb the leyal holder or ho.ders thereol.
either at lhe time of sale or at any subsequent time, and all debentures so repurchased shall be forthwith cancelled
..I destroyed and no reissueoi debenlures
- made in consequence of such re-
purchasi
s.    This by-law -hall lake effect on and
.:•   r thi ! r  ..I . A.D., 1909.
9       fill- 1.    law   -ball before lhe    final
pa--m__ thereof   receive the assent ol the
era ol -be   corporation   according
 t    m.l m   lhe manner
-  ! ':■    lh.  Municipal Clauses Act
■     I -une tin-  24th d.n of Sep-
 nd tinu*   this  24th  daj  of
third   nine   tint.
-''•     m.I   pas:
I-    ■ . et  lenl    ''I   'lie   I '.illll.'ll
.   .in ol ibe elect
1909,
 i idopted   md Gmi 11 > pas
.  i ... ■ ,      .
' I Irrk
Mayor.
.
i _- upon
vote of tli     '!
i .-i- •    .   •
tree!       I Mi
r.  i     ..ii
 id
(.
I
24th da) of
(I   with   Ibe
tb.
NOTICi
. ■       -.1 lie  I l,i,i   I    ii,lend    li,    n aki
ipp nil :..n !..  tin     - i| eriileiideiit    • I
Provincial Poiies for s transfer of   r..
j i-.r lieense ol ihs l_erde*it   Ho
t"t, Ot>ra*plix, ic.w held by  me  in   It.
M  Beam
I/.ted rtept 29th, 1909
Jos     111  MONT
HOTI i
lb ■ iDioke Land Distiict,
i •   -1 lei of West K noi ena)
I   ike DOtil e I bat    I'I- e B  '"■hiiiui,
ccupation   Housekeeper,   Intends   to
Lpply b-i pcrrnts-unh lo putebii.e the
Following described hinds;
''iiiiiuicui'tiitf  at a   post planted on
t in- lake shore al the north-easl  t
of A. VV. Dickenson's application and
aliout half A mile from Ine north-easl
• oiner of Lot 7905, thenoe Hiuth io
'bin-, thenoe easi III chains, thenoe
north  80 ohalns to  lake shore, ihence
along lake shore lo poinl of coin-
liieiieeilietlt.
JOHN Mil AW,
Agent for Florence Newiuali.
Dated July 411, 1909, stig 7
CAPT. CORSON DROWNED
Family of f. H. Corson Sustain
further Bereavement
In thn last three years F. 11. Corson.
the v ell-known 0. P. It. engineer, bus
b-en hereavid ot lather, mother, siat.ci
and two brothers, and this week I e
received news ol anolher bereavement
in the family by Ihe death from dr un-
itiK ol another brother, Capt. Corson,
nl Hamilton, Out.
Tbe Mail and Empire ejvea the
loll.iwinu particulars ol ihe fatality!—
Hiitai.o, N V., Sep! '27,—A collision between lhe simmer Oily of
Erie and thu Canadian wsh oner Van
S rani eozie, if I'nrt Colin.tire, ne..
cured in I, ke Eric, iiar Dunkirk,
N Y. Tbe sell inner was sunk. Three
if the members nl the mew are inissii^
and two others barely eseiipnl with
tbeir live-. I be three niissing are:—
Oapt. .1 Cnr-oii, f Hamilton, Ou! ;
Mine. ,I.Hues McCalluiii, ol Toronl ,
nml a womin oook, name, unknown.
The re-Clied men were—Tin inns
llollis, ill Kngland, snd Tho,,,,is (Inr
iiei of Toronlo.
Members ol lhe crew ol lhe Cily of
Ere siaied upon the arrival of the
boat bere ehort'y alter '.) o'clock ihis
morniug that iho tobouner was not
showing the proper lights at the time
of the collision. The big passenger
biatwas coining east and the little
craft, going in a westerly direction.
Capt. McAlpiue, ol the passenger
boat, had turned over the immediate
charge ot the vessel to Pilot Pickle,
who was al, Ihe wheel shortly helore It
o'clock in the morning. The BkiiB
were then clear aid starry, nnd ibe
proper signal liglus could easily have
beeu seen scveiul miles ahead. But
suddenly, dead ahead, the pilot perceived a dark shape lake form out of
ibe night. The two vessels must hav<
been at least a bull mile apart at tha
time, but, although the pilot signal)d
t' r.\erse the engines, such was the
inomeutuiii of the Oity of Erie that
sbe craalud prow to prow into the on
c uiiing schooner.
Passengera on the steamer were
thrown Irum tlieir berths by the cnl-
lidon, unit a number came on deck
in their i igbt clotbes. Through the
effects of the officers they were soon
quieted
The Erie's boats were lowered im
meliately, and one ol the seamen was
pic'-el up within the li-al few seconds
of the search. It was nearly half an
hour afterward that the srcnnd sailor
was discovered clinging to a bit if
drifting wrecksge.
The steamer lay in in the vicinity ol
the wreck until dawn.
WAS   A   HAMILTON   MAN
Hamilton, Out, Sept. '27—Capt
J.din Corson, who was drowned near
Hu alo this morning i tV tbe Steamer
J. C. Van Btraubetizie, was one of the
best known skippers on the Great
Lakes He waB born iu Grimsby in
1843, and hsd many narrow escapes
in wrecks during bid career. He used
to own the T ti. Merritt, which win-
wrecked in a gale at Luke Erie, aid
wbb formerly skipper ol the Lake
Michigan, He is survivtd by three
daughters.
F. 11. Corsan received the lollowing
lelegrani yesterday morning;
-'Sirauben/.ie sunk by steamer.
Captain, two men and c 10k dtowned.
Two men saved. No doubt Bteamer It.
blame."
PRESSED BRICK INDUSTRY
New Plant Soon to be Installed
in Vancouver
The lalest industry  to   he  added to
the long list of manufactories In tbe
city ol Vancouver is the Pacific
Pressed lirick Company, Limited, Sieger system. Anyone In miliar wiih
the building situation realizes the
crying nerd for Hrsl-il s. building
m ileual in II. 0, Al. Ihe preK nl line
li icks nn lieing unpolled In.in Eng
Ihi,dand the United   Stales, nnd   aa H
i-iiiic i| unci*    llley    lire    SKllll'W ll it ol a
luxury by tie tune dn v anil f o'gl
ch nges hnve ti en ptul and Ihey iii
laid   down    m    H.i.    iit ry-;   nil   i
winch  H  bilnlly   a    credit    to   the    pn
gressivenesi    of   our  cilisnus       1   o
S'ei^r brick ''mui s Iii blv ic (in
mended from the United Stales, when
it bus been m me for lhe past I' n
years Tbe I'n tin- Pressed Urn k Co
olaim Hey can .nanubie'ti e nod sell
their srtlole si n veiy Tinders Ip prl0(
whioh should b-i welcome news In sl
proiprotive builders    The cuiiiptny h
OOmpoled entirely of oc.il people, nnd
being a home enterprise should u e-i
with Ilu- he<rly co-operation ol tin
public
YOUR   DOLLAR
PURITY
And Its Keeping Qualities
SOME people find it necessary to buy a considerable quantity
of flour at one time—suflicient to last for a long period.
Naturally they arc anxious to procure a flour of the kind best
adapted to lengthy storage.
i
There are two important  reasons why   PURITY   FLOUR
possesses these qualities.    One is that it  is made entirely from
Manitoba Hard Wheat.   The other lies in the fact that the careful
milling necessary to produce  "Purity" absolutely  excludes  all
low-grade particles of the wheat berry.       It's   the  high  grade
Manitoba Hard Wheat Flour that keeps—stands longest storage.
That's "Purity."
"Purity" flour may cost a little more,
but is more than worth iho difference.
Try it.    Watch results both for quality
and yield.
"More Bread
and better Bread"
Western Canaha Flour Mu.i.s Co., Limited
Mills .ii.St. Boniface, Godcrlcli, Brandon.
Ollice. Winnipeg, Manitoba.
t   The Vernon fire showed the need 2
t  gf our *
* PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER. *
The best safe-guard in which you can invest. Every hotel should
be fitted with tliese as a matter of safety to occupants. Kvery house
should have one "ti Its roof.
m Only 45c. a foot.   Sample on view here. ^
{ S. cTWcMAHONS BLACKSMITH SHOP. J
£ 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.    Jk-TL*J3W,Tlrr     RTOlsrii]      PBOP.
will come back lo you if yon s|end il
al home, ll is gone for ever If you
send il lo lhe Mail Urder House. A
gliini-e ibii.ii;.-b our advertising col-
minis will give vou an idea wbere it
will buy the most.
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
Si. Boniface College) which K situated across the river from Winnipeg, in the cily of St. Boniface, is directed by the Jesuit Fathers. It has
four courses ot studies, a Course in Arts (four year), leading lo B,A;
degree in the University of Manitoba) a Grammar Course (three
years), preparing for Matriculation) medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.; a Commercial Course (two years), leading lo a diploma of-accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), tor the
benefit oi' those who are noi sufficiently prepared for the Grammar Course
and the Commercial Course. T'ho Commercial Course is conducted in
English, and in all the oilier departments there are two parallel courses,
one iu English and one in French,
Students nre accepted either as boarders, day scholars, or half
boarders. For prospectus and particulars apply to REV. FATHER
Rector, St. Boniface College. St   Boniface, Man.
The College reopens VVodncsday, Seplembei i, at 7 p.m.     sep 22 im
iaaaBaa_iagasga^^8__a^^m6Ba^gi
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario,    t
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Brandies nr Agents nl all principal points in Oanada.
Agents In Qreat liritain and United Stales—London, Ungland,
Lloyds Hank, Limited. Obloago—First National Hank, Corn Kx-
ohauge National liank. .Seattle—Health- National Hank, San Francisco - Wells Kargo Nevada National liank. Spokane—Exchange
National Hank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits ol' $1 and upward, received, and interesl allowed at
currenl rale li-oni dale of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
iBHBHSHHBSHHHHHHHHBBgmHBl
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and tmploved.     first-Class iu every respect.     All modem conveiiiel 8
Lurge Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, R 0.
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
r
Fall and Winter Coats
For Misses and Children
An imported lino of tbe prettiest, nuttiest
little coatu for tbo children ever shown in
the interior. Thoroughly lined, line, warm
R.irmcntH.iiiid very attractive in appenranee.
You must see tbo Coats—tbo prices are
reasonable too—for children from '2 years
to 11 years. Ask particularly to see tbe
Children's New Coats.
Wh ite Bear Coats and Robes
Here is a bargain in Infants and Children's
White Bear Coals and HI-igh Holies, a line
of manufacturer's samples.   You can get a
$6.50 White  Bear Coat for $4.50
$5.00
$4.00
$2.50
$4.50
$3.00
Robes
$3.60
$2.50
$1.50
$3 00
$2.00
LadiesUnderwearBargains
Don't pass our bargains in Ladies' Underwear. We are still selling that 200 dozen
lot of garments purchased from the mill at
a sacrifice. All nice warm goods, this season's make, in white, cream and natural
colors at
Three Garments for $1. or 35 cents per Garment
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
City Council
The regular meeting of the Council
was held on Friday. Present, the
Mayor, Aids. Macdonald, Kimberley,
Pradolini.
PUBLICITY
Messrs. W. M. Lawrence and J. P.
McLennan waited on the Council nn
behalf of tbe Board of Trade and asked
a grant of $2,500 toward tlieir Publicity scheme. The deputation then
poirted out tbat the citizens bad
subscribed $800 and the subscriptions
would reach $1,000. The mayor explained the Unsocial position of the
city and the matter was laid over.
OOHRBSPONDEN'OE
Kevelstoke Steam Laundry askiug
sireet light. Referred to Fire, Water
and Light committee.
Supt. Uuck re last lot ol coal supplied lor gas producer—the Mayor
explained the mutter would be adjusted by the shippers.
\V. I. Briggs, city solicitor, advising
that in bis opinion tlie city should
bear the cost ol submitting the School
hy-law.
G. XX. Bell, re water in his cellar
—Referred to Public Works committee.
Interior Publishing Company, re
copies ot engineer's report ou Power
p ant for distribution amongst ratepayers. Un motion ot Aid. Pradolini,
seconded by Aid. Kimberley, resolved
to obtain 1,000 extra copies of report
by Messrs. Smith, Keary aod Chace,
of Toronto, lor distribution among
citizens for tbeir full information on
condition and proposals re power
plant.
J. P. Forde, C. E., applying for
$94.50 to pay balance due on chalet at
park on Mt. Reveletoke. On motion
of Aid. Macdooald, seconded by Aid.
Pradolini, it was resolved tbe amount
be paid.
Public Works committee reported
on lnying 4 iu. pipe from sewer to lot
line aud from lot line to bouse connection, and staled tenders bad beeu
called lor work.
Dr. McLean, city health otlicir,
reporting on milk tests.
VOTE ON POWER  I1VLAW
On motion of Aid. Kimberley, b c
onded by Aid. Macdonald, it was
resolved that C. J. Aman be appointed
returning officer lor the Power by-law
to borrow $89,000 to be submitted to
the ratepayers on Saturday next.
TENDERS
Tenders were received from G.
Smith and T. F. Sinclair for 4-inch
sewer pipe connections.
Resolved on  motion ol Aid. Mac
donald, sec'tided by Aid. Pradolini,
that T. F. Sinclair's lender nl SI) cts.
per lineal foot, from lot line to main
sewor and of 70 cents from house to
lot line be accepted, subject to property owners having right lo du work
themselves il preferred; bill nn private
property to be not less thau one foot
in thirty.
The Churches
KNOX   OHORC1I
As the result of tbe union of Bt.
Andrews and Knox Presbyterian
churches Rev. Mr. Robertson, who
recently resigned lhe pastorate ol
Knox church witb a view to bringing
about the union, preached his farewell
sermon as minister of Knox church on
Sunday evening. The church was
tilled witb one of the largest, congregations ever assembled there.
The rev. gentleman Baid lie found
himself in a peculiar p isitinn, one of
pain and plea ire—pain at parting
with the associations that, had been
formed during the years they bad
been together, but pleasu.c of finding
that bis action in tendering bis resignation three nionlns ago bud resulted
iu its object in bringing about the
union uf the twn churches. Therefore
the feeling of pleasmc was the more
dominant with bim that night and he
was very glad that a way bud been
found to bring about the union. Tbe
The Sunday schools of Knox and St.
Andrew's churches would meet at
their respective churches nexl Sunday afternoon at the usual hour, but
the joint services that day would be
held in St. Andrei, 'a church He
would be tbere aod take part in the
morning service. He hoped tbe full
congregation of Knox church would
attend at St. Andrew's next Sundny,
and till that church to overflowing.
Tben on the Sunday following the
joint congregations would meet in
Knox church under tbe new uame of
St. John. He also would have the
pleasure of being present oo that day
and would have the honor ot preaching the first sermon ir. St John's
church. He was pleased to make
these announcements because they
met with his own wishes. He hoped
to see full congregations on both
occasions.
During tbe service Miss
sang very nicely the solo '
To day," by Jane Bingham
Miss Lawson accompanying
piano.
st. Peter's church
Rev. C. A. Procunier who returned
from the Coast Thursday, conducted
services at St. Peter's church on
Sunday. Next Sunday Archdeacon
Baer, ot Kaslo, will preach at St.
Peter's morning and evening.
Watson
'.I nat  for
A hbott,
on   the
CRUELTY TD ANIMALS
Coon Before Court for Maiming
a
At the police court on .Saturday
evening, Daniel Brown, a colored man,
was oharged witb cruelty to animals
by having slashed a collie dog belonging to Win. Norris, with a knife, injuring it so badly it. bad to be destroyed.
H. A. Whitehead, commercial traveller, J. R. Wells, and Dr. Thomas
gavo evidence. The two former witnesses stated the dog was playing with
othorB on the street when accused
tlucw something at it. 'the ting ran
to a little girl with a baby carriage
for protection. Accused kicked at it,
and tailing to bit it be pulled out a
knife and ripped it, from shoulder to
hind quarters, indicting a horrible
gash. The little girl was so badly
frightened she became hysterical.
Dr. Thomas, as representing the
Society lor Prevention ol Cruelty to
Animals, exomincd the dog and considered it so badly injured he ordered
its destruction. Tbe dog was aline
collie pup four muullis old, and was
worth $25 or $30.
Accused said be cut the dog in self
protection, as it was trying to bite
him, and be would have cut oil' his
bead if he could.
The witnesses said the dog wub only
playing and would uot have taken
any notice of accused bad lie not first
interlered with it.
Accused—I can see thai things are
fixed.
The Court—You dou't, want to
make any statements like that here or
I'll send you down to Kamloops for
six months. Vou will get as much
protection as anybody elso.
In reply to the Court Mrs. Norris
said she considered the vi.lue of the
dog ahout'$20.
Accused was oruored to pay the
value of the dog $20 or ii default a
month's imprisonment, aud for the
offence was fined another $20 and
costs $4 50, or another month's imprisonment.   The fines were paid.
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UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, B.O.
S eciul Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in llrilisli Colum-
h-    overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. j. Lightburne, Prop.
Now is the timo to think about your
Heating Stoves. \Ye have just received
a ear from the best makers in Canada.
We are not tied don n to only one factory,
but take our choice from the best makers.
Airtight Heaters for Wood at $3.50. $4.50 and $5.00
Airtight Heaters, cast top. $6,50. 7.50. 8.50 and 9.00
Coal and Wood Heaters     -    from $8.00 to $15.00
See our new line of Hot Blast Heaters
Let us explain the new features
RANGES
Here again we have chosen from the
best factories in Canada and the States.
Look over the list:
The Great Majestic
Clare Bros.
Stewart Mfg.  Co.
Tilden Gurney  Co.
Copp Bros,
Moffat Mfg. Co.
Kvery Range sold under an absolute
guarantee. Wc have not one dissatisfied
customer in Kootenay. We ate never
too busv to show off our stock.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Tinsmlthing
Plumbing
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tf.
AJOt
MAKE 20 PER GENT.
Whether You Have
YOUR MONEY
Or Little
?fc
Here are the Facts, we shall tell them to p as Briefly as possible
e Lighthouse Soap has been manufactured in Vanoouver for several months. Lighthouse Soap is a
first-class laundry soap, a superior laundry soap manufactured by a new process. The manufacture has
been wonderfully successful. The Company has been able to supply only part of the demand which has
arisen, so quickly has the new soap won its way to popularity. The Company must increase their output,
the demand must be met, so the investors are given an opportunity to participate in the profit of supplying
this demand. A new, three-story factory, with 150000 feet of floor space, is to be erected. This is to be
equipped with all the best modern machinery for the manufacture of soap most economically and profitably.
The new process, controlled exclusively by this Company, enable it to manufacture soap more cheaply than
it has ever been manufactured before. Tne process is secret. Its control rests entirely with this company
The company is started on the highroad to success, with a present demand for its product far greater than it
can fill, with a process which it controls exclusively, a process which enables it to cheaply manufacture a
superior soap. Based on the business already done, based on the demand which already exists, to say nothing
of what it will develop, a return of 20 per cent, on the investment is an exceeding conservative estimate.
Simply Ask us to Show you the Profits
We'shall be glad to place all information at your disposal, knowing th^l „ne nore you examine into it, the better you will like it. An investment
in this sound enterprise combines the maximum of safety with the certainty of large ^ i oflts. More than this, your nhare in an enterprise that has almost unlimited
possibilities for development. Think of Pear's, Ivory. Sunlight, great firms whose stories of success read almost like fairy tales. Then remember the opportunity
which lies right at your door, the opportunity you are reading about now. Open to all, an opportunity for both the small and large investor Much of the capital
has already been subscribed. We are offering to the public out of a total capital of 250,000 shares, 100,000 shares at the par valua of $1 OO each Not less
than 50 shares will be sold to any individual and not more than 3000. The terms of payment are 25 per cent, on application 25 per cent, on allotment, and the
balance in calls of not more than 25 per cent, at any one time. Applications for stock should be accompanied by certifie 1 check, payable to the order of the company. Send for
prospectns and full particulars today.   You want to know and we want to tell you about this opportunity.
WESTERN SOAP COMPANY, LIMITED
VANCOUVER, B. C.
P. 0. BOX 1057
€) TIIE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, R C.
REID  & YOUNG
RUBBERS
Wood American Rubbers. Just
put in stock 50 cases of these celebrated American Rubbers, for Men,
Women and Children. Try them for
good wearers.
REID & YOUNG
Marriage
Petebsox-Jonseu—At St. Andrew's
M»D6e, on the 29th nl September,
by Rev. W C tl.ilder, A.u_?uat Peterson, "i Am iw head, H.I!, to D
Jnnseo, of Xorway.
LOCAL AIID GENERAL
Step* nre being taken tn have >i
general Btore opened tui   l-'runt  itraet,
Tlie sitting fl the County Courtat
RevelBtoke hit been pubLpoucd till
ttae29tb.
Ramsay & Co , ,A Vaneonver, have
purchased the Kegal Biscuit Co.'s
factory at Calgary.
T. E, 1.. Taylor his purchased three
luts un Ttiird street, west, and will
have a liaiiiU.uiie residence built there
un.
A: the Police Court yesterday morn
iug Henry Wilcox pleaded guilty to «
charge of vagrancy and was ordered to
leave the city
li. McCarthy ban purchased two
luts on Second etrtet west, and will
erect a goi_d residence thereon for
renting purposes.
At tbe Police Court on Monday-
Fred Richards, ol Arrowhead, a former
ort'ender, was fined $5 and co6ts on a
charge of being drunk and  disorderly.
On Sunday, Robert, tbe eldeBt sun
uf -Mr. and Mrs. C. ti Hume, and aged
four years, bad une of bis legs broken
near tbe thigh by a stable door falling
on bim.
Tbe police have withdrawn the
charge of murtlei against Mrs. Carlson
of Nanaimo. in consideration of using
her as King's evidence againBt
Holtute, ber paramour.
The Dominion board of retail merchants will urge tbe Dominion government to lorm aboard oi commerce
similar to the railway commission, to
deal with disputes affecting trade.
Construction uf an ulevatur with a
capacity of one million bushels will be
started at Vancuuver wi'bin a few
weeks by the Alberta-Pacific Elevator
Company.
Britain's eighth battleship ol tbe
Dreadnought class waa successfully
launched Thursday. Tbe bulkhead?
of this super-Dreaduuught are sn
heavily armored, experts consider her
practically unsinkable by a turpedo.
Master Wilfrid Laurier Small, Canada's leading young violinist, is mak
inn a 'our of tbe Pacific province and
will be in Revelstoke next week when
arraneementi may possibly be made
with bim to give one of his popular
recitals here.
Messrs. Macdonald and Osborne,
contractors for the plastering of tbe
M Isona Bank, started work on it
yesterday. They have secured the
Contract for the plastering ol the new
Oriental botel being erected on From
street by Aid. J. A. Stone.
The Presbytery of Kamloops met in
Varnon Monday to tl«-al with tbe resignations of the Kev- .lit. Robertion
and W. C. Calder, ol Revelatoke, and
to endorse the terms ol union upon
which the two Presbyterian congregations in the city are uniting,
The Dominion Public Works he-
partnient call tenders through our
advertising columns lor packing sup.
plies. t>» points on the Government
telegraph line to the Yukon, such supplies to l* delivered at points between
Queanelle antl Atlin, The contract is
for three year-.
PRESERVING FRUITS
arc now coming in including Peaches, l'cars, Plums
and Crabs, and as the quantity is very limited we
would advise von to place your orders with us at once
and wc will guarantee delivery, otherwise you are
quite liable to lie disappointed.
FRUIT JARS in three sizes Pints, Quarts and
Half-gallons, every jar guaranteed.   Rubber rings to lit
Hobsons Bakery & Grocery
Your Insurance
Is   (iiu: ul   tin:   must   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
BUI.US I
for House and Garden Culture
Bulbs planted in y irdcn eurl) in the
Kail, bloom bcttei in 'hr Spring
WE H.W K ' , \ trieticji ol Large
S 'n: ■ 1 I) ■ ths, Several vari-
etictol IV il>i«' Roman Hyacinths.
Five varieties ol Narcissus, Also
Tulip*. Crocus unci Snowdrops,
hi man) '■ irielies.
Plant   early   .tnd   reap   joj   und
pleasurr nexl Spring.
Bews' Orug&Stationery Store
M-.XT Ilt ME ULOl K
A. Pradolini bas purchased Dan
McLean's property on   Second   street.
T. W. Graham, one of the pioneers
of Kamloops, died last week W,
Graham, of Comaplix, is one of his
sons.
The team attached to ,1. 0, Hutohi-
tnn's laundry rig again bolted this
morning, someot the harness breaking.
One of the horses had its leg broken
and was so badly injured it bad to he
destroyed.
The Fall Assizes will be held at
Kamloops Oct. 12th anil at Revelstoke
un Oct. 19th. Tbe cases so far set
for hearing at Revelstoke are tbe
charges against two Italians lor attempted murder of F. OrBetti, and a
divorce case frum Wigwam. Wharton
v. Wliartou.
The monthly meeting of tlie Hoard
of Trade will be held at 4 pm. on
to-morrow (Thursday) at the City-
Hall when a full meeting is requested,
tne hour having been changed till the
afternoon to meet the convenience ol,
those who do not wish to come out to
evening meetings after their day's
ollice work is over.
At the rink on Monday nigbt tben
was a large crowd to see the boxing
mutch. Tin- preliminary event was a
match between Fred McMahon and
H. Turnross, in which some good bt i
ing was shown and as much interest
wat taken in this aa in the after
match between lirown and Walcott
The latter had 111 rounds and Walcott
by that time had Brown thoroughly
knocked out. Brown displayed better
skill as a boxer than Walcott, but bas
not the staying power.
Hn- report of Dr. Mel ean city
health ollieer, to the City Council "ii
Fridaj showed that of 14 .amplea ol
mi ilk tested by him the whole .were
Iree from water reduction and up to
the standard in butter (at. All the
samples, however, showed more or less
dirt, attributed to want of cleanliness
ol bands ol milkers, udders of cows
milked, or to the state of the utensils
In which the milk wns handled. Dr.
McLean advised having the cows sup
plying the milk was bandied. Ill
McLean advised having tbe cows Hiip
plying milk to tho city inspected from
time to time by a veterinary surKCoi
as a prevention against tuberculosis.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. .1. T. Teller will receive oi
Friday, Oct. Hth.
Fred Fraser returned Monday Iron
bis trip to the prairie.
Mrs. E, Corning returned Iron
Toronto where she has spent tin
summer,
Supt. Kilpatrick has returned (rom
the conference of C. P. R. officials at
the  Coast.
,1. Morgan left Tuesday for Spokaue
and intends taking in a number of
lairs and poultry shows.
Mr. Hess, manager of the R-jviUtoki
Sawmill Company, is on a visit lo tin
prairie in the interests ol his com
pany.
Miss Orr arrived yesterday Iron
Victoria to nurse Mr. C. B, Hume's
little boy who had bis leg broken oi
Sunday.
G. M. Clark, now   of  Nelson,   (urn,
erly of Revels!   ke, and who   has   been
- n a week's visit here, returned  b irui !
n Sund ij
Alex. McGregor   hss   slightly   im-1
0    Monday his   Coi.- I
dition caused   some   anxiety    to   his
medical attendant.
I radea  an I   Lab r   Federation j
■   '     -st    an;,i,ai    imokiog i
ert, under tbeir auspices, in  Bel-
kirk hall on October 18 i.
■    '      •■'• '■• lil ikl      I    I., i.do-;    Bog
has, through H. Cunningham Morn-, j
made a   handsome  donation  to  the
funds oi St. Peter's church here.
K 0 Elliott, who hae heen looking
after   his   mining interest,  in   Queen
Charl itti   lsl indi  tin-  sum mi r, wul
oe down by in xt. I),at Irom  tbe   q
Slias Lang painted Home excellent
riewsol   Mt.   Revelstuke   wbile in the
city .md tlmse hav been exhibited ;n
the wiodowi ol W. Bews' drug -ton
\   McRae   manager   A  tbe Globe
Lumber Company, left last week   ., ,
trip  to   Calgary   and   other    points
tbe Compaoy are operating and
inspected tbeir yards.
Mr and Mrs. ..\, u MoCleneghan
returned Sunday  from  their holiday
trip   to   the    A. V. P.    Kxpositio      i
Seattle and enjoyed their holiday very
much.    Mr. MoCleneghan  was part.ir.
ularly   struck   with    the   growth    u!
\ ancouver.
Mrs   Coursier, Misi   Daek, of Ohi
cage Messrs Coursier, W. W. Lefeaux
and R Blackmore left yesterday after
noon lor Mount Revelsloke »hor«
they intend to spend some days. The
ladies wiil tin some travelling arid
sketching among the beautiful parks
on the mountain lop antl the gentle,
men    intend   having    some     caribou
hunting,
A   quiet   bul.   pretty    Wedding   was
celebrated in the Methodist parsonage
on Monday morning, when Mr. Ohas,
Ferguson, of Apple Groove, on the
Arrow Luke, and Miss Ellen Manson
ol the. town of McKellur, Ontario, were
joined in holy matrimony, Mr. W.
Lefeaux anil MisH Inez May Mitchell
were the witnesses The young r.onpln
will make Iheir home at Apple drove.
Arthur Price, formerly of the Oalgary at..!!' of P. Burns <fc Oo , has been
appointed manager of the Reve'stok-
branch. Mr Mason, whom be sue
cenls, will be appointed manager ul
the  Phoenix  branch.
Mrs. Lee has received news nl the
dentil of a sister in Kngland, making
the fourth bereavement in the lamily
since April; her mother, a brother,
who was in tbe army, and two sisters
having died within the past six
mouths.
A. Johnson met Hon. Frauk Oliver
at Edmonton aud Ihe Minister ol tin
Interior expressed regret at his being
unable to visit Revelstoke ere this,
but said his plans had been completely
upset hy bis illness. Mr Oliver hopes,
however to pay us a visil, before leav
ing for Ottawa.
A Johnson, managing-director of
ihe Mail Herald, returned on Sunday from his trip to ihe northwest.
He was at the laying nf the foundation stone of the legislative hui Id in
at Edmonton hy Karl (irey, the Governor-General, and iuf -rms ns the
celebration was a great success 411,000
people being present.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Bean crocks just opened up, large
and small, at G. W, Bell's.
We have a large stock of beaters
to burn wrod or coal, or both Ihey
have special grates, duslless shaking
attachments and other features that
place them in a claHS by themselves
We also carry Ibe celebrated Sunshine Furnace and can attend tn
any kii d of a healing job. B mrne
BroB.
If you want warmth without weight
buy a Maish Cotton Down Comfort at
0. B   Hume A Cu.
Just arrived, h lew choice pieces of
Linoleum ninl 'oor oilcloth. Call in
•ind see tbem.   ('. B llunie & Co.
We have a line assortment of white
and grey wool blankets winch defy
competition,   0, II. Hume A- Co.
V u'enn now get ollice diaries [or
next year, 1910, 11 C. R Macdonald's.
For chemicals, kodak supplies, go to
C. II. Macdouald's. lie keeps everything i-i tpiired.
A Good Investment at Last
lining op-
of Revel-
Have you heard ot the it
poilunity for the Inveator
stoke, if not, make it your business tu
liml out ibe vast advantage of putting
your money in the Western -Soap Co.,
Ltd., of Vancouver, which is u good
sopnd Investment. They are at llie
preseut time manufacturing lhe famous Ligblhouse soap for light house
work by the new secret process which
is last becoming the household soap on
the coast where the demand far exceeds the output. Mr. T. K. Johnson,
one of the members ot the firm will he
nl the Revelstoke Hotel for a few days
and will be please i to explain the
very great advantage of investing in
Western Soap which is withoul a
doubt the best industrial enterprise
ever offered to the public In this province. Auy correspondence iu regard
to same will have Mr. Johnson's private attention when In- will forward
by ret urn a prospeolus of the firm
which will explain the proposition
complete.
J H. Higgins, a Winnipeg broker,
is negotiating for large areas uf BC.
iruil lamia Mr. Higgins states that
hundreds of farmers in tbe prairie
provinces will remove tu British Oolumbia thia fall and next spring.
NOTICE
I have Instructed the Police to issue
a warrant for arrest against tbe person or persons detaining my Collie
dog. The dug is a sable and white
collie bitch, about one year old. Anyone found harboring tbis dog after the
publication ot this notice will be
prosecuted,
T. I-;. L. TAYLOR.
Revelstoke, B. C, Oct. Oth, 1909.
Opera    House
RETURN  ENGAGEMENT
San Francisco Opera Co.
SATURDAY. OCT. 9th
THE RUNAWAY GIRL
Prices,   :  $1.1, $1.0], lit.
Plan at C. R   Macdonald's
FRESH   OYSTERS
The best, on I be Market
Shipped   dire-it    here     i-i    S-ilship
Carriers      Also  a   choice   supply of
Fresh  Limb,  Freih  Veal, P irk, .Beel
and   Mutton.     Fresh   Fish daily, Si!
mon,   Halibut, and   IC ikincc Tron*.
P. BURNS & CO., Ltd. Phone 21
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
BEVELSTOKE    IB.  Ct.
Hosiery for Women
aj CUJre.
Imported Special for Our Store From
English Manufacturers
Wo have iust received
a lot of tvoinon'fl and children's Hosiery direct from
English manufacturers. The
makers of hosici y acrosB tbe
pen have tin- reputation of
miking tbe best the world
can produce, end besides tbis
feature they sell m the lowest
possible prices, thereby giving
the consumer the full benefit
ol getting the best product nt
the lowest price.
Hosiery That Will Wear
Thal'd llie kind the children need and we have them.
Medium and heavy ribbed, and the kind that will outlast all
others, while the ) rice is not above tlie ordinary kind and in
many instanced lower.
We pride ourselves witli our line oi women's Hosiery, for
it is llie largest ninl must complete line we have ever atlemptid
to carry. Any color, stvle or material obtainable, while the
price is up to yon—we have them from 15c. to $2.5o
Boys' Hosiery
We hnve n line of Worsted Iluse for buys that will lie
found the very art cle for ll ird wear. We have them in two
Weights, medium fur ordinary wear, and extra heavy for the
cold weather. Tbey nre very long in tlie legs, coming well over
the knee, in all si/.es from 5 lo 10, starting at 25o. per pair.
We guarantee these tube pure wool.
McLennan C& Co.
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W Go outside of Revelstoke to make      3
: your  Real   Estate   Investments.      3
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: have the best bargains in the City.
: Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
! Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents
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COAL    COAL,    COAL!
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Arrange   now   loi  your winti-i supply of good
'■lean, lump Coal   mutable lot limine   or   Furnace.
Por quality then ii no better ooal to be hail, ask
tiose who aie using it     Prompt delivery ol orders
■     S. <;. ROBBINS    ,
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NO WHERE TO BE  FOUND
a cleaner, brighter, or neater store in town.
Prompt attention given to all orders and
obliging staff to take care of all your wants.
A trial order will convince.  I want your trade
O.   W.   BELL
Qrocer and Provision   Merchant
Telephone No. 23
^ TASHIONABLE f ALL MILLINERY ^
Just   arrived  from   the   East   a   shipment
of FALL HATS
LADIES' FALL DRESS SKIRTS
Just the  kind you   need  for  this  Season.
Come in and look them over
MRS.  A.  G.  CRICK
A First   Street Opposite   Windsor   Hotel £
The Finest Loaf of Bread
at the Revelstoke Pair was made'from
"ROBIN MOOD " llour. A 'prize
Winner every tunc. Try it and convince yourself. Order a sack as a trial
rifjlit now from the
Mountain Supply Companyiimited
TALE8 FROM THE GOLDEN WE8T
The Melancholy Days Have Come
No Doubt There is a Reason.
The Rose Will Die;
Likewise The Fly;
Straw Hats Are Out of Season;
But While We Miss The Sweet-^-
The Fair—
The Beautiful Red Roses—
We See About Us Everywhere
Red Ears—Red Cheeks—     ■
Red Noses.
Though Wintry Winds Do Howl and Wail
Like Hungry Wolves Defeated
We Trust You'll Not Forget The Tale
We Often Have Repeated,
That
GOLDEN WEST WASHING POWDER
Cleanses—Purifies—Beautifies.
Save Coupons For Premiums.
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