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Vol. 14,-No 66
5!3?««j fib,,
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
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A lot of children school wash dresses,
to fit children from five to io years of ape,
in good heavy wash materials. Sailor and
French dresses, these were $2.50 and $3, the
lot will be on sale while they last at per dress
Boys' wash suits and Girls' wash dresses
to fit children up to six years, in good wash
materials, fine for starting the children to
school.    They are going at a bargain
1.90
95c.
Ladies',   Misses'  and   children's  White    4   Ct\
Duck Shoes, at prices up to $3, now I .OU
Children's Tarn o' Shanters and hats
some are nice cream wool serges, some wash
materials, they sell at various prices up as
high as $1, now
40c.
Boys' and Girl's school   boots   in good
strong leather,  made by   standard   makers,
such as Williams, and   the   Amherst  Shoe   f\  r A
Co. These will wear if any shoes will, $2 and   __L_OU
C. B. HUME  & CO.,   LIMITED
Stores at Rav«lstoke and Arrowhead.
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CLEARING AT COST
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We are still keeping tne knife
A COAL OIL STOVE CUT
going   and   cutting   down   our
stock.     We  have too nuny Re
1 tinnier, Cast Buttom... .% .90
frigerators. You want one. Here
2 '        ....   1 50
is your chance
8   • "           "        "        ....   2 00
A  First   Class   Family   Size,
1     "    Uciman with kettle    .75
made to give satisfaction, a Food
2        1 50
Preserver Biid an Ice Saver.
1      '■    Glass  Bottom     1.25
No. 1  Labrador $ 3.50
2     "       "         "                  1.50
11     "       "         "         2 25
o. 2  Labrador   10.00
A   chance   of   a   life time to
Other sizes cut t '.     Don't
make a Good   Bargain.      Don't
miss this chance
miss it.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TINSMITHINQ
PLUMBING
ELEOTRIC  WORK
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office -Toronto, Ontario.
Until further notice this Bank will be
open C. P. R. Pay Night and following night
each month, from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Open every Saturday evening from
7 to 9. p. m.
Savings Bank Department
Interest allowed on deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly.	
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
Just  Received
Another line of
Ladies' Dress Skirts
and   Fall   Underwear,
C h i Id r e n's Bear
Skin Coats and Caps.
Also Winter Mitts and
Gloves.
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I have just put in a stock of  Standard  American  Jewelry
Every   Article  ia Gauranteed.
MISS  A.  MASLEN
Opposite Climax Hotel, First Street.
HEVELSTOKE. B. 0. SKIT. % 1908
$2.50 Per Year
THE FALL FAIR
List of Committees—Program
of Attractions
The lirst annual fill fair held under
the auspices >,f tho Revelstoko Agricultural Sncietv promises to h • a de
oided success judging from the interest taken in every branch of exhibits.
This, the lirst fair, must of neces-ity
be small, hut "small beginnings make
big euds,'' and our people tired by the
lirst success will be encouraged to persevere in years tu cnnie. Those exhibiting should los- no time in getting
to work,
OFFICERS
The following are the lirst ollicers of
the Revelstoke Agricultural Society:
Hon.  President.—Hon.  Capt. Tst-
low, Thos. Taylor, M.P.P., W. J. Brandrith, T. Kilpatrick, A. McRae.
President—Mayor Lindmark.'
Vice-President—A. Johnson.
Treasurer—F. B. WellB.
Secretary—C. li, Macdonald.
Directors—C. B, Hume, J.Abraham-
son,  W.  A.  Foote, R. Howson, A.   J.
MclKinell,   E.  A.   Haggen, A. Stone,
W. Cowan, F. Bourne, F. B. Lewis, J.
M.   Ivellie, E. A.   Bradley, F. Young,
R.  Ciiloy, 11.   McSorley, J. Laughton,
W. Bews, G. S. McCarter, Guy Barber,
and A. V. Anderson
The prize list h is been published
and each hook contains an entry form
for,exhibit purposes, The public are
requested to collect, and send their
exhibits to the grounds as early as
puss i hie.
committees
The following  are the various exhibit committees:
Poultry—E. Corning, (Chahman);
A. J. MeDonell, J. Morgan, M. Fleetham.
Fruii—L.   Hagar,   (Chairman); 11
Sniylhe, J. Maley, II. Hay, G. Bell, J
Shaw, (Galena Bay).
Vegetables—G.Laforme, (Chairman)
D. Hall, J. Reighley, C. Ericson, T.
Lux, Wing Chung
Floral—A. E Miller,(Chairman); J.
Maley, .1. Shaw.
Bread and Preserves—Mrs. M. Petti
piece. (Chairman); Mrs. Hutchison,
(Secretary); Mrs. Lindmark, Mrs. Rae,
Mrs. Howson, Mrs. Cunningham Morris, Mrs. Bongard, Mrs. R. N  Doyle
Fine Arts—.Mrs. Coursier, (Chairman); Mrs Lawson, Mrs. J. M. Doyle,
-Mrs. Holten, Mrs. Elson, Mrs. Bews,
Mrs. McLennan, Mrs. Kilpatrick.
Fancy Work—Mrs.Urquhart, (chairman); Mrs. Foote, sr., Mrs. W. Lawrence, Mrs. A. Mcltae, Mrs. Needhani,
Mrs. McCarter, Mrs. Porter.
Decoration—W. Home 11,(chairman)
K. McRno, J. Dallas, F. Tweedale.
Transportation —11. N. Coursier,
(chairman); II. C. Morris, W. W. Le
Feiiux, W. W. Foster, T. Bradshaw.
Printing and Advertising—K. A.
Haggen, (chairman), H. C. Morris,
Judges—J. R. Leamy, limber; W.J.
Brandrith, fmit and vegetables,
Manufacturing—R. Sawyer, (chairman); F. E. Sine, H. Manning, S.
Norman, J. Walker, A. Grant, A. Hob
son.
Mineral—F.  B. Lewis, (chairman);
E. A. Bradley, J. I). Sibbald, A. Juhn-
son, G. S. McCarter, C. M. Field, W.
A. Sniylhe,
Live Stock—F. McCarty,(chairman)
F. Fraser, A. J. MeDonell, G. Bell, A.
E. Kincaid,  V. Lewis, sr., W. Watson.
Dogs—J. Devine, (chairman): A.
McRae, C. R. Skene, T. E. L. Taylor.
Sports and Athletics—Labor Day
Committee.
Building and Grounds—W. A.Foote,
(chairman); J.Abrahamson, C. Holten,
H. C. Morris.
Finance—C. B. Hume, (chsirman);
W, M. Lawrence, R. Howson, J, P.
McLennan, F. Yoong, V. Bews.
I.AIIlin   11AV
The opening of the Fair will be
synonymous with Labor Day, and
Sept. 7th has heen set apart entirely
for that purpose. The following are
the oflic .rs and committees:
Chairman—G. Knapp.
Treasurer—J. Callin.
Secretary—T. Wadman.
Parade—J. Jamieson, chairman; J.
P. McLennan, G. Brock, H. Smythe,
H. Kempster, J. Mathie.
Bports—J. Lyons, chairman; 8. Norman, R. McDonald, R, Green, W. A.
Alldritt, T. Hope, T. Bradshaw, W. G.
Astle.
Grounds—W. Foote, chsirman; J.
A. Dallas, W. A. Alldritt, S. Norman,
J. Scott.
Transportation—J. MoLeod, chairman, W. W. Foster, T. Rradehaw.
Parade Judges—T. Kilpatrick, A. F
1). Lace, F. W. Aylmer.
Track and Field Judges—W. W.
Foster, G. S. McCarter, T. Taylor, M
L. A.
Timers—R. N. Doyle, J. MoLean, T.
E L.Taylor.
Clerk of Omirse—A. E. Kincaid.
Marshal Is—G. Brock,chief; G.Knapp,
F. Mitchell, J. Lyons, I). Rao, W. A.
Foote, J. Jamieson, H. Kempster, J.
MoLeod, E. Trimble
Starter—W. A. Alldritt.
Tug-of-War Judge—T. E, L Taylor
The programme of athletic events
shows many interesting eventB, a
large and handsome prize list being
put up. The Grand Parade commences in •':-H) a ui. ami prises will Iiii
given foi Ih hest Industrial, Commercial, Cum . Agricultural, Fancy and
Consul.ilio., floats, Armstrong v.
Revelstoke will he the great lacrosse
game, while Kamloops will meet the
home boys at baseball, The firemen's
races us usual will bo a feature of the
sports. Armstrong will play Revelstoke at cricket that day aud a good
match is expected. Another feature
will be the rille shooting, competitions
for which are being arranged.
HpKBE   RACING
The great feature of the Fair will be
the two days' hoi'sj racing, and the
committee have left no stone unturned to secure full entries and give the
public good, clean, honest racing.
Horses frum all over the Dominion
will participate and some, lirst class
spurt is anticipated. Considerable
improvements h.ive boon made ou the
track and the spacious grand stand
will accommodate the specinlois in
comfort. The following are officers ol
the rice committee:
A. McRae, cli.iirinan.
H. Cunningham Morris, secretary.
AMUSEMENTS
The chief dramatic event of the Fair
will be "The Shaughrauo," the great
Irish ilrniiu, staged hy the Revelstuke
Amateur Dramatic Club, and will
without exception be the biggest and
most elaborate production staged by
local talent in the city.
The Edison Parlor Theatre which
has been recently opened will give
regular performances during the Fair,
while the Independent Band will furnish music at intervals.
On the Fair grounds will tie found
various forms of amusement.
FRENZIED  SIWASHES
Indians Rush Court at Kamloops and Rescue Chiefs
A hundred Indians of Salmon Arm,
just suuth ot Kamloops, are threatening to gu on the warpath, fearing Unit
they are aliout. tn have their fishing
rights taken away from them.
Two Indian chiefs were summoned
by the Dominion Government fishery
authorities fur setting fish traps illegally. They were convicted and
sentenced to pay u small fine. A band
of 50 tnd inns swept down on the
oourt house, rescued the chiefs and
made off with them. Constable
Fernie, at Kamloops, mis despatched
to the scene, and reported that the
Indians were very uneasy.
Superintendent llussoy has received instructions to assuage the
pssBions of the Red Men by pescelul
measures if possible, but is empowered
to bring them to time if they do not
prove amenable,
NOTES ON THE FAIR
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Benefit Performances
There will lie no performances at
the Edison Parlor Theatre on Friday
night, Sept. 4th, but there will be
special entertainnieuts on Saturday
afternoon and evening, Sept. 5th, as a
benelit tor the Federated Trade Unions.
At those performances the new films
wiil he shown and an attractive programme will be put on, including the
latest il In st. ated songs. 'lhe attention of the public is especially called
to these benefit performances.
SPORTING NOTES
The Y.M C.A. and City lacrosse
tea-us met in a league [fixture Monday
night on the Y. M. C. A. grounds.
The game waB not as interesting as
usual owing to the fact of too much
City and not enoug Y.M.C.A play
being in evidence However, only
two penalties were handed out,
Woodland, live minutes, and Winkler,
three minutes. Mr. Stortz made an
efficient referee and it is to be hoped
that ho will officiate nt more of the
league gum s. The next game will
take place nu Friday the 11th, owing
to Labor Day coming on  Monday.
An interesting game is honked tn
take place soon in the Junior ranks
when Upper and Lower town meet.
Lower town team is composed of
players from north of the C.P.R. Spur
warehouse track.
There is a senior baseball workout
to-night on the Y.M.C A .grounds at
6 o'clock sharp aud tbo following men
are requested to turn out : Scott,
Mcfnerney, Dalgleisb, Calder, Black-
adar, Hope, Jackson, Ebcrley, Winkler
and also any other player who wishes
to try out in the senior ranks for tbe
Labor day games.   Get out on time,
The Scots Greys play the Hopefuls
in a baseball league fixture on the tlth
at 5 p.m.
All the Y.M.C.A. track team are
requested to be out to-night at McKenzie avenue grounds as soon after
six as possible.
Some good outside men will take
part in the Labor Day sports. All
our local men will need to hurry.
The Golden lawn tennis players are
desirous of visiting Revelstoke on
Luhar Day for a tournament. Those
who csn play on that day should hand
in tbeir names at onoe to C. R. Macdonald, secretary.
When your fire is down and your ire
is up, the oat lelt in and tbe house
turned cold, the pipes all froze and
the boiler split—its ooal you want,
good ooal—Kip-il-ing.    Telephone 89.
Intending exhibitors in the fine
arte and fancy work are requested lo
leave their exhibits at the Mayor's
at the City flail on Saturday, Sept.
5th, and a committee will be in attendance to receive all articles which
must, be properly ticketed, between
the hours of 2 and li p.m.
The committee will arrange f>r the
placing of all line art and fancy work
exhibits in the pavilion.
Membership tickets for tbe Agricultural Society for the 1908 09 season,
for ladies. Can he purchased for $1 and
includes entrance to the fair grounds
for both days as well as entry toe for
exhibit in one or all classes of ladies
wok.
No charge will be made for exhibitors in the line arte and fancy woik,
under 11! years of age.
The attention of all intending exhibitors is called to tbe following:
Purchasers of membership tickets for
tlie Agriculluial Society will be entitled to free entry to Fair grounds on
both days us well an en'rytooneor
all classes of exhibits. Those exhibitors not purchasing membership
tickets will be charged l'i per cent o!
the aggregate of the prize money for
that particular entry, and will also
have to pay for admission tn grounds.
Tickets can nnw be purchased—Ladies
iji 1; gentlemen <$2.
The general committee haie allotted
the spaces for the various exhibitB,
and these spaces have been ticketed
for each class.
The C.P R. have given a rate of a
fare and u third from all points for tin
Fair, Sept. 7 8 8
The full list of judges for t ie differ-
cut classes of exhibits will tic published on Saturday next.
The Labor Day parade promises to
he a splendid turnout ami the hest yet
seen in Revelstoke.
C. C. Emmet nf Clear Luke stables
hai four promising racers on the
grounds, including a thoroughbred
stallion.
Mr. Howell uf Nelson arrived early
this week with two handsome ponies
for the races on Sept. 8-9.
The great Irish drama "Conn, Tlie
Shnugbratin," in li acts and 16 scones,
will be the feature of the Fair at the
Opera House on Monday nigbt, Sept.
7th, staged by the Amateur Dramatic
Club.
We understand from the horBe racing committee that tbere will lie a
record number of both harness horses
and rnnnnrs at the meet this year.
About thirty horses in all classes are
now on route for Rovelstoke and there
will be at least forty on the ground by
the first day of tho races.
Entries for Fair Exhibits close on
Monday, September 7th. Entry fees,
10 per cent, of the prize money.
Entries (or tho Labor Day athletic
events close nn Saturday, Sept. 5th.
Entries are 25c. for senior first ovent
and 10c fur junior first event. No
charge for further entries.
Tho transportation committee have
arrange! for the conveyance of the
public to and from tho fair grounds
during the exhibition on Tuesday,
and Wednesday, Sopt. 8 and 9, at the
rato of 10c. por head per trip
Several very promising local ponies
are in training for the races Sept. .
and 9.
EntricB for the horse races close at
9 p.m. on September 7th. Entrance
free, 10 per cent, being deducted from
money winners.
Yon Will Wait
in
tin
If you writ with the expectation or hope of finding better grades of Teas
and Coffees than we are
now offering to our customers.
Both are chosen on account of Iheir (elect quality and tsith give
greatest satisfaction U  those who are used to the la*st.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily
Watermelons, Oantaloupes, Apples, Plums, Pears, Ponchos,
Green Corn, Tomatoes, Celery. Cauliflower, Cabbage. Cucumbers, etc.
Hardware, Stoves, Paints, Etc.
We have n line of Fishing Tackle, (Inns, Ammunition and
Oaiuplng equipment—tbe host Stove's anp Ranges on the
market. Slierwin-Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes and
dry colors.
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES        HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER^
Incorporated b) Special Act of Parliament of
the Dominion of Canada
Head Office, • Vancouver, B. C.
CAPITAL! $2,000,000   tn 20,000Shares of vflOOeAch with $10 Premium
Vancouver is beiugJorg-iuUcd to inoei iu part the increased banking
Tlie Bank of  _
accommodation required by the uatura. and steady expansion "of business coincident with
the groat development o the country and especially of British Colombia, aud while
organizing to conduct a general banking business, will tfiv* special consideration to the
industries aud commerce of the Praviuce. and  is being established  primarily  for   this
Surp-.se, and through its connections in Groat Britain,  Eastern Canada  and the United
tates, it will be able to greatly facilitate the investment nf outside capital in the various
enterprises of the Province.
It is the intention to open branch otllces at various points from time to time as opportunity Hrises.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
have been appointed Fiscal Agents for tho Bank at ReveNtoke.   Application forms aod
terms of Stock Subscription may be obtained from them.
 A. L. DEWAR, Secretary.
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Did you ever have a Suit or Overcoat to ride
your neck ? Our clothes are especially tailored for
us by the best makers and fit as well as Cloth and
Style is looked after in Our Store.
Bring your wife with you. She knows more
about clothes than you do anyway.
We like to have good judges look at our clothes
and know our reasonable prices.
We also  have  a  full   line
WALKOVER, BARRY,    and
SHOES.
of   FOOT-RITE,
AMES-HOLDEN
McKinnon C5_. Sutherland
No smoke, no soot, no dust in Cour
sior's Coal.
MONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Gent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE
NOI ARIES PUBLIC
LOANS THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B, C.
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Barristers, Solicitor     Etc.
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i'arliaiiiep"u ■,    llepartmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
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Stands lor Quality.
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liAME SEASON COMMENCES
As the shooting season (except as
to some varieties of lii^ ami feathered game) commenced yesterday,
those who hnve lieen in  the  liubit
|nf taking down ihoir guns and
.-inning after grouse on Sept. I,
will need to hear in mind lhat the
cliiM' Hoason lias liet-n oxtonded one
month this year and lhat it will
imi he in order to kill grouse until
lho 1st. of October, The upon
season will bo from i lotober 1 lo
I lecomber 81 inclusive 'I lie amend-
ini'tii to llie <lame Aot applies to
willow grouse  iii   lhe conn ties  of
I Yale, Cariboo and Kootenay, and
to nil kinds of grouse in the eon lilies ol Vancouver and New West
minster, The opon Benson for duck,
snipo, I'iiiern, herron, plover and
meadow lark opens Sept. 1 till the
end of February. There is a close
season all Lhe year round for
pheasant, quail, partridge, blackbird, etc., hut the Lieut.■(lovenior-
in-Council has power to remove
hy proclamation ilm prohibition of
killing pheasants and quail. The
penalties for infringement nf these
law i- n fine ui .100 or 30 dais
imprisonment, li is unlawful also
in offer for sale grouse or pheasant.
ami illegal t" kill nnj bird i ither
in ni mil of season, between one
Iiiiiii after Blinnel and one hour
lu'f.iie piinrii e. 'I in open season
for door ninl niouiilnin goal ex
tends from Sepl I to lice. 15th,
Almosl ur bad us Hliooling game
unl of season is tbe practice
ul wholesale slaughter of birds, and
' tin- has helped io dopleto the game
in ll. H The Indians aie the worst
offenders and game wardens should
keep a watchful eve on lliis uu-
ilcsinilile class nl hunters. Hevelstoke is a line headquarters for
game of all kinds and should be
well patronized ilii-s season. In
pasl years throughout tho province
I hn shooting of gamn in  open   sea-
sou has been more or loss whole,
sal" slaughter rather than a
legitimate pastime, and such person , who aro no more or lend than
game bogs, wbo go in for this
practice and destroy all sport for
those who have truly sporting
instincts should be dealt with in
such a manner as to make tbem
see lhat wanton destruction will
imi bo countenanced and that the
unwritten laws of sportsmen must
he obeyed. The very fact of an
oxtonded close season for nearly
all kinds of game is sullieiont evidence to show that the game of 11.
C. is lining depleted and that unless
the most stringent und effective
measures are taken, one of the
greatest assets will become a buck
number,
CAUTION TO CYCLISTS
We have received several requests by residents desiring iih to
call the attention of cyclists to the
necessity there is on tlieir part of
ringing their bells when turning
sharp 'corners in order to avoid
injuring pedestrians. The majority of the cyclists in Revelstoke
aro extremely careful in the use of
sidewalks, but there are those,
however, when a little lute for an
engagement are rather reckless in
tbeir hurry and lake chances i.i
gelling loiiinl corners, Imtb sides
of which cannot bu seen by them,
A ring of Uie bell or slackening of
speed in Inniii'g such coiners
would he much appreciated by
many. Wc would impress upon
the cyclist the use also of lights al
night, not only for bis own benelit,
lull also for Lhat of oilier people
.unl although we have frequent!}
advocated the carrying of lights on
all vehicles at night, so far nothing has! ii done towards introducing what is really one of the
chief regulations of any community
that lias any pretensions of being a
city.
cipilal t.i venture out to develop
mines and In cult'' . u land. He
hupos also lu prevail upon respectable
domesticated young women lo c< ne
nut, as llitril me excellent laeililiiS
offered to both Boxes fur the right
class of people.
CEMENT SIDEWALKS
Machine That Displaces Hand
Labor
The following will prove interesting
to Revelstoko citizens iu view of the
fact that the new cement sidewalks
are now about to be laid:
One of the latest labor-saving de-
I vices is u machine that lays uud finishes ce nent sidewulks with remark*
able rapidity. It consists of a travel-
! ling mold and a winch tor pulling the
j mold abend. Tho concrete lor the
i base of the sidewalk is shovelled or
dumped into the hopper at the middle
uf the mold. This is so designed that
ii. feeds a thin layer ol mortar on to
I the concrete huso as the mold truvo's
i forward, Thus a complete uud per-
feet sidewalk is delivered at the rear
end of the machine, No skilled finishers are required. No labor is need*
ed to build forms. No men are needed to tump the concrete. In brief,
says Cement Age. New York, the pn •
cess is simply ono of mixing the in*
giodionts and depositing them into Ibe
proper part of the traveling mold
The Id doei the rest Willi a properly organised gang, the mold is kept
traveling continuously at lho rate ol
two (col per minute. The shape of
the mold is snob that the concrete is
squeezed bulb laterally and vertically
into a dense block, which, as ni.ove
stated, requires un ramming, l'or
hups the moid, remarkable feature u
the mold is the perfect finish thai ii
gives to the side walk. The walk loons if it had been finished with Moats.
I.   O.   F-
Cunrt Mutiut Het-lti's, Ni. .. .ill, mis'si- .nil nuil
Uii Mondays Ip Odilutiluws Hull, next lu Optirii
Hun ii Vtalttug lirolliron cunliiilly tiiviloil tn
Attend,
J.W. Oakland, O.R.
ll. W. Edwards, rs
C. W. O.
Mountain Viow Camp. No. 229,
Meet*  Beoond and   Kuurtli  WeilnosiliiVH tn
each inaiilli, In Selkirk Hall.   Visilin   Wood-
mon cordially inviii-il to ntiisnil.
W. II. AltMSTHONl), Con. Com.
J   Mi'INTYltK, Clork.
BEVELSTOKE AERIE No. 482
F. O.  E.
Tlie rnnnlm mnfltliiKs lire linlil in tlie Selkirk
Hull lsl uml Hnl Tuosduy nl euoli miintli. 8 p.m.
Visiting liiisllwisii urn cnnliully invilml.
J. LKSSLIK. Pm-.Hlln.NT.
W. K. McLAUCHLlN.SBORKTAKY.
School Attendance.
The attendance at the publiosohooli
for August was us follows:
Immigration Scheme
Missionary Buyncs, of Now Denver,
is shortly leaving for England for tho
purpose ill delivering u course ol
lectures throughout the l.'nited Kingdom on " Hiiiish Columbia," with the
hope  of  induoing   young   mer. with
Public School-
Ti tals.
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92.31
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90.35
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91.51
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Kootenay Lodgo, No. 15, A. F. & A. M.
The regular meet-
iiiKi ure lielil in the
MjtBONIOTBHPLB
Oilillollnws Mull, un
the tliiril Monthly in
nai'li iniilith lit 8
li in. Visitinu brethren   oordlally   wot-
CUItlll.
O. A. I'KUCUNIKK, SKCIIBTAHV.
SELKIRK LODGE No. 18. I. O. O. P.
MoolH evory Thursday
tivi'iiiim in Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'olook'
V iHitlnu brethren cor
illslly Invited to • -
lend
II.  11.   KN1UHT, N.tl. , MATHHC, 0
Cold Range Lodge, K. of  P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKTS     VfcKY    '    I'MS-nill,
exs-.i't I'n ni Wetluesd iy
each     uin,   i iii fell >w
Hall    at    S    i'm: .oi.     Wsttlit-
KiiiKhiH-ii" oinilalW'   nvll-il.
H. UUNNINUH      MOKR1S, 0.0
O. H.      Ol K   K. nf K. 4 S
J. II  SCOTI',   '   of K.
E.W.B. PAGET
A!.
x press
Draying
Storage
Kinds of Light and  H >avy
Hauling Undertaken
8AFES,  IMVV).,"U"s.
Dealer in Wo nl.  Coal aud Fool
P'none 71. IIiiiibo Phone 7
CLIMAX
RESTAU ANT
FIRST ST      RT.
SHORT   ORDERS SERVED
Meals, 25c.
MEAL TICKE    ,  - $5.00
Banff Hard Coal
We are now receiving a full supply of the
different sizes of thia Coal, the best domestic fuel on the market.
All orders will be promptly and satisfactorily attended to.
Try some BRIQUETTES in your Range or
Open Grate.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
WHEN BUYING JEWELRY
reputation is a potent factor to be considered as it is synonymous with the
quality, merit and prices ot the goods
sold. If yon deal at Hastings, Doyle A
A Hum's you will know you will be
treiited fairly, no n utter how you may
he lucking in technical knowledge of the
vulco nnd ipiulity of j wels nf any kind.
We keep only lhe lie-It and choicest.
Whore gold is used it is ninrkid with tne
coat slump, with silver il. is sterling, in
gems and precious stones theii quality is
fully guaranteed.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Limited
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON,   - FIRST STREET
H*,.r Agricultural Implements, ('iirriudes. Wat-nnsi Ktc., Jnhn
Iki'To Ploughs, Molina Wngnus, Oanada ('arriago Company's
lliiKiues, }-|ss,iet jr., (lunloti Soeilors antl t'ulLiviitur... Wheel-
wrlght and Blacksmith Work attended In. Hume hiielug a
Specialty
_.  P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. *
HEAD IIKKICKI    CAI.OAKV,    AI.I1KHTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
l". ul, Puckers, md Dealers in Livestock. Markets In all the pi imi
pal (lilies mid Tsiwiik of Alhetta. British Colunilihi anil Ihe Yukon.
Puckers i.f ihe (leli'hiiited Brand " liiiper.it'i" Hams and Bacon,
Lund '• Shiitnioi k" Bi-iuid L"iif Liird,
*%%%%%%-%^
f.
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CANADIAN NORTHWEST OIL COMPANY, LTD.
Non-Assessable
Non-Personal Liability.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000
Fully Paid
All Common Stock
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF!
THIRTY YEARS AGO people    ui   there   u
<<;i  in  PENNSYLVANIA  and called  JOHN DRAKE   i   fool  for
wasting his time in drilling among the rocks, but in fo ir
John Drake was t millionaire ind the   American   Oil ind
started, which has since made BILLIONS for investor
TEN MONTHS igo skeptics said there was no Oil
in Alberta md that we would never Land a Plant
on our Property, but in two months we landed tnd
commenced operations with a plant which is a revelation to
everyone wh has seen it and we have proved to
the people that there is Oil in Alberta and
our work has been carried on with such success and economy
that our stock ii considered by capable men to be one ol the
safest and most promising invn-.tmf.iits in liritish Columbia
Are you satisfied with your Financial
Position To-Day ?
Nature has filled Mother Earth with
Riches for the Benefit of Man and wealth
awaits those who help to develop these
Stores.
Are you going to get your share, or let
someone else  take what belongs to you.
A Notei Financier has said : '- No man ever acquired much mcney by working with his hands alone,
or with his brain. The only way to obtain much
money is to '.nxe money work for you."
JAY COULO STATES THAT : " One Hundred Dollars
invested in thn Vlii place will earn as much as one
man steadily employed." And we have abundant proof
<il his theory righl in '>ur own  Province.
\!ii>! 'if nu rich men owe their success to one success-
i n investment.
The opening, of a New 'iii Field is of It.*, t'mable
importance to any Gauntry. It .pens up scon-, 'if new
industries and . ■•■■ > mployment to thousands of workmen.
rhe rush to an Oi ■ is greater than that to a new Gold
field. Towns . >,o inhabitants have sprung up around
an f )il Cimp i" .'..: months
OIL IS TH . SAFEST INVESTMENT THERE IS !!
Ninety seven per cent, of Oil Companies in the States
have been iplendid dividend payers
SI 00 Invested ir Oil has made $36,620.
$650 invested in Oil has made $855,000.
$10 . ■ vest.. ,u Oil has marie $12,000.
OIL MEANS MONEY!
The Santa Fe Railway last Spring purchased 25 California Wells producing only
Four Barrels Each Per Day and paid for
them S2.UOO.000.
NO Man can, by himself, successfully engage in the
production of Oil, but in a joint stock company he not only
has a good investment, but he has the financial aid and wisdom
of hundreds of other men to help  him.
OUR COMPANY HAS BEEN REMARKABLY
SUCCESSFUL
We are Open and above Board.
We Invite the Most Thorough Investigation.
We have only a small amount of Stock to
dispose of and the price will be advanced from
$1 00 to $2.50 per Share in a few days.
Now is the time to buy and profit by the
rise.
Your Reason will tell you that this is good.
Delay may mean loss to you.
Write To day and secure your Share.
Certificates of 50 Shares and Upwards issued.
T. J. CUMBERLAND, Revelstoke
S_s
Canadian Northwest Oil Company, Ltd.
J> THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKR R C
•I
Rang
Notice Pace Above 1
It Signifies Peace.
UM&
Notice this Scowl!
It Signifies Trouble.
"Sask-alta"direct
draft is operated
at the front end—
no work—no danger—no leaning
over hot pots—no
getting steam in
face.
"Ordinary" direct
draft operation
is over cooking
top —mostly requires a towel-
always a scorching job—sometimes disastrous.
Which Pace Represents the Wisest Mind?
M^Claiys
L_ nd • n, Tar ante, M wit-real, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Canary
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
EDISON PARLOR THEATRE
Opening Night Ensures Future
Success
Tlie Ed is n I'n ilnr Theatre hub
opened mi Monday nlyhl tor tlm cuu-
tinu hih eeiBiiii uml a large crowd at*
tended the Bret right's pertorniance,
A noticeable feature of the new theatre
ia tlie -special attention that haa heen
paid to tlie facilities tor handling the
crowds and everything passed off
without a hitch. The hall waa packed
and the galleries loaded, the audi-
ence witnessing the performance with
comfort and rase. Overcrowding and
confusion both of ingrcsB aud exit are
eliminated and there are ample emergency doors conspicuously marked in
case of lire or other panic. The interior of the theatre is neit and
hands..me and well arranged so that
an unbroken view of the picture screen
is secured. Lighting is liirnis-hed by
handsome clusters of daintily shaded
lamps. The management has done
everything possible to ensure the
safety, comfort and pleasure of its
pit trim a and the theatre is a   welcome
addition to th" attractions  of  Revel-
•
stoke and should receive liberal
patronage during the lung winter
months. We are informed that further improvements in the galleries
and seating will be introduced. The
Minis on Monday were high class and
interesting and were produced without a hitch orany interruption. C.
Norris operating the machine, Mre.
VV. A. Chambers received warm appreciation for her singing and W.
Veith. as timi .I, was well up to the
mark on lhe piano. The future if
this enterprise is assured, and the
management in studying the require*
menls of the public, solicit their
generous patronage in return.
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Board by week   -   SS.OO
Single   meals   -   -    25c.
THE    MOLSONS   BANK
Until further notice this Bank will be open
C. P. R. Pay Night and following night each
month.
Open every Saturday evening ;from 7 to
9 p. m.
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Tax Sale Notice
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE ie hereby given that I shall aull at publio auction on Thursday
the 10th day ot Septemb r, A. D„ 11)08, at the City Hall, Revelstoke, B. C. at
ONE o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or improvements, or real property, as
described, for unpaid delinquent Municipal taxes, special rates, interests,
costs and expenses due thcf-jcn, unless in thi meantime the arrears of Municipal taxes, special rals-s, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
schedule hereunder, b* - -r paid.
Dat»d at Bevel-    io-, II. C., this 13th day of August, A. D. 1908.
1IRUCE A. LAWSON,
Cul'ie oi f,r the Corporation of the City ot Hevelstoke,
SCHEDULE'
lii'liii'itii'nl
iRxen -nut
Slatulutv
culls anil
Total
lot
Hloclt
Wan!
liuercm
expenses
ilue
Aut-ued Owner
o lu.|..:ii,-in;
Allen, 0. H.        house
on river
milk
8
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6 in
I'm 84
Christie, G. F.
I
15
•A
27 01
8 40
81 lil
Campbell, Josephine
1
10
2
42 .'10
4 10
III III
(,         *i
10
2
80 64
8 58
81 17
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8
10
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80 04
8 58
81 17
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4
10
2
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8 58
84 17
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11
11
2
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8 HI
20 44
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11
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8 58
81 17
Coursier, H. N.
2
8
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8 80
20 84
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28 70
8 48
:r_ 27
Elson, Mrs. W.
(1
14
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no 50
8 50
84 00
Fink, Henry
11
18
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28 28
8 in
20 Oil
Gavin, P,
20
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8 72
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8
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20 80
8 00
28 80
tt
5
10
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17 27
2 85
2» 12
Law, W. J.
(l
27
1
10 48
8 oo
22 48
Menhennick, Cory
7
4
2
28 84
8 40
82 24
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85
8
27 22
8 86
80 27
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85
8
82 00
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80 81
Mar Kulie
IS
18
1
75 52
5 75
81 27
Mowntl, Alexander
1
18
8
111 511
4 811
50 811
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18
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28 27
8 15
20 42
Needhani, Sam sr
5
14
8
87 84
8 1)1/
41 74
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5
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8
44 70
4 22
40 01
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88 70
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5 88
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Nelson, Jno.
Villa ?
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28 88
8 44
82 27
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88 40
8 in
87 05
Newman, Mrs, W. 8.
1
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8 86
2 HI
6 52
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5 52
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I)
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8
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11 75
88 71
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211 18
Smith, 1 lei heit,
11
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2 mi
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Sam, Henry
Serrianni, Angelo
II
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Splendid Outlook
I'iiicher Creek, Alberta.
Dear Sir,—l'leate send me copies of
Nelson News, containing your an of
5th instant, as I wish to send to
friends of mine whom I have inform
ed that unless tbey come in this
month at $1 a shate, stock will cost
tbem $5 and upwards
Everything is nicely at the oil
camp. We are in hard sand stone,
rock lying in over folds and (urination
undisturbed; every indication of sue
cess in finding all we are expecting.
Maki      20 to 30 feet per day.
1 saw iu home paper where the
Santa Fe Itailruad had purchased 25
California wells, producing only 4
barrels each of oil per day, paying for
same $2,000,000. It wont be long uu
till we will have some lo sell, hey?
Several stick holders  bave been out
and each one   has   gone away so we
pleased   ..ith outlook  that they have
increased their holdings".
Don't forget  my papers  and let me
hear from you.
Yours for Success,
K. H  McCUTCHEON,
Contractor and Superintendent Canadian N  W.Oil Co.
$1000 Reward
The I'liivineial government has posted .1000 reward lur the capture of
the two masked men who raided a
Midway, li. O, hotel on the night of
the -"nli inst., and shot Proprietor
Til-met dead. Tlie sum ol !f..00 will
be paid for the capture if either ol
the murderers, The holdup men are
described us follows: One tall man
about live fact, eleven inched in height
one hundred and eighty pounds in
weight, dirty years, of age, dark hair
and complexion, with smooth face and
wearing dark coat, soft felt bat, over-
alls aud hobnailed boots. Une small
chubby man about tive feeet five indies iu height, one hundred and
forty live pounds in weight, thirty-live
years of age, dark hair and complexion
with smooth face and wearing dark
clothes, cap and plain soled boots.
One man injured.
A Real Irish Wake
An opportunity will be given the
public of Kevelstoke of witnessing a
real Irish Wake on the evening ol
Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7lh, when
the Amateur Dramatic Club present
that |ieer of Irish dramas, "Tbe
Shaiighraiin." This is one of the
richest parts of the play and will be
enacted in every detail, special attention being given to this scene by the
management in order to make it as
realistic as possible. Altogether the
production ul "The Shan, hraun" will
lie probably the most elaborate
ever staged in the city ol Kevelstoke,
and although it comprises sixteen
scenes there will be no long waits
between tbem, the changes being made
quickly and noiselessly by an ellicienl
stuff of scene shifters. Special scenery
and state sellings bave been prepared
tor the production of "The Shaiigh
raun," and the Amateur Dramatic
Club promises their patrons one of
the l-est evening's entertainments they
have ever enjoyed. Heats are on
sale at C. K. Macdonald's drug store
today, at the usual price 75 cents
General admission BOo,
Always something new in fancy
puat cards and souvenirs at C. It. Mac
donald's.
McKenzie   Avenue
CEMENT BLOCKS
Miiniifucuii'tiii for nil classes ot btiildlnga
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for -uin in htrKo nr small quantities
nt tho lowest prices for cosh,
huUriliiK ami plaa
undertaken,
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the Farm,  Garden,  Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable Varieties at reasonable prices
No Borers. No Scale. No fumigation
to damage stuck. No windy agents to
annoy ynu. Buy direct and get trees
and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, pray Pumps
Snrayinu Material, Out owers, etc.
Olde '    e^.ai    shed    nun un   the
maiiilaii t of H.C    Cata     ue free.
M    J.  HENRY'S,NU SERIES
Ure. n houses and Seed Houses
VANCOUVE.I,       -     -      -     B. C.
S.8. REVELSTOKE
The Steamer leaves Five Mile
Landing (during stage ol high
water) at 0 a.m. on Tuesday aud
Friday, fur Downie Creek and way
points, returning same dayy.
Freight must be ready for delivery to teams of Revelstoke
Callage Co., Ltd., on Mondays and
Thursdays at 1 p.m , and must be
prepaid.
The Cartage Company's Stage
leaves for the Boat Landing at 5:30
p.m on Monday and Thursday and
connects with the steamer on arrival
Intel.- in the evening, and makes
special trips, when required, on
Tuesday and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Comfortable berths and good
mealB on Steamer. Telephone connection between steamer and local
exchange—No. U131). Dates of
sailings may he changed without
notice.
F. SWANSON,
PURSER.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic  Steamship
Line
SAILINGS
From
Liverpool
From
Montreal
Quebec
Fri. Sept 4 Kmp. Britain
Sat.   •' 12 Lake Erie
Fri,   " IS Kmp. Ireland Fri. Sept.4
Sat.   "   20 Lk. Manitoba Wed.   •'   II
Fri. Oct, 2 Kmp. Britain Fri.   •• 18
Sat.   "   lOLk.Cliampl.iinWcd. " 28
Summer Season from Montreal
and Quebec
EMPRESSES—
1st. Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
Bgooo   $.8 7s $2875
LAKE MANITOBA-
IS!, Class and. Class 3rd. Class
$So ou        $42 511       $27 50
Othhr Lakh BOATS—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$15 00       $27 50
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points   in connection  with  steamship tickets
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other ennline  lal port 1,
For further Information apply to
T. W. Bradshaw,    F J. Coyle,
Agent,
Kevelstoke.
A.O...A.
Vancouver.
LAND NOTICE
Kevelstoke Lnnil District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notiee that John Michael Hoy-lit
of Kevelsluke, H.C, Manager, intends
io apply for permission to purchase tbo
following described land:—
Commencing at a puat planted on
the easterly bank of lhu Columbia
Kiver at lhe north-west eurner of  Lot
2771 Group 1, Kootenay, and marked
"John M. Doyle's south-west eurner
post," Iheuee east, III chains-, thunce
north 40 chains; thenee west 40 ehains
more or less to tlie easterly bank of
the Columbia river; Ihence southerly
along the bank of said river 10 ciiaius
inure or less to the point, of commencement, OODtaitllng IOI) acres mo.11' or
less.
JOHN MICHAEL DOYLE,
By bis agent, (Ieo. S. McCarter.
Dated .tune 201 h, IIIOH. J27 OOd
A New Carpet
fiom oo- ell- ice 111 d hiuidaitme
slick of Axtninsle.r, Wiltons etc.,
will give you hut li pleasure and
satisfaction when you see the rich
and beau, if ul tllVcts of the colors
snd patterns and the durability
of the fabrics Our carpets are
made hy the best manufactures,
and aie made to wear well, as well
as tn I, uk well,
Jt HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
maSBQ
IE_______f„!|.!i<
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE'  _B. O.
Central Hotel
_________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built.       Firet-claBB in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day, Spec   I Weekly Rates.
Queen's  Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Ratjs $1 a day.    Monthly rate^
JT.   JLLBIBIRT      ST03STIG        ' RO_P.
Kdison Uramaphoncs aud hundreds
of records to cIioobo from at O. it.
Macdonald's.
Queen's /tote
COMAPLIX
.
Best brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
e/«
FIRST ANNUAL
FALL
^CFAIR
Of Agricultural Society
Revelstoke
Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday.
Sept. 7, 8 and 9
$3,500 Prizes
Athletic Sports
Horse Racing
District Exhibits
For full particulars, and for Prize Lists of
Exhibits, and Programmes of Athletic Sports
and Horse Racing see small bills or write to :
C. F. LINDMARK, Pres. C. B. MACDONALD, Secy.
F. B. WELLS, Treasurer.
For Sale
IRY,
One and one-half acres cleared land
fifteen minutes walk from the school
bouse, suitable for strawlierry growing
or market garden; six-roomed house,
cow house, chicken house and wood
died; city water laid on; electric light
ip to propeity; price $1,000 cash. Ap
ply P, O. Box 713, Reveletoke, B C,
DOCTOR   or
1 Don't  do   a
till you sioe clwirly
aI'h :'•■ ' b)- aitl of
DON'TH
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health, lUsmiS, love, itiarrluKt? antl piireiitAgr
TcIIh what jnii'it ask a dnrtor, bill don't like to
110 paKRH, iii ii-'i.e.-!, 2.. eetit . bul to Introduce
It wo uond ono only to any lululi for povUure.
10 conUt.
M   HILL, PUB. OO.
i     Ue (Ml 2Sth Stmt, NSW YORK
Certificate of Improvements
-T-TOTIOIlI
SkiHiknio,   Driiuiliiiuiunn   and   Bnck-
lloi'll t-'tn.-i ion   Mineral Claims, silu
ule iii Hevelstoke Milling Uii ision of
\Vesl Kooien.iy District,
Where located:   On lhe  north side ,,f
Cougar Creek.
Tnke notice thai I, William I. Hoggs
of Revelstoke, H. C, Bo.icilor, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B94288. acting
s agent for and on behalf of His. Ma-
lesty King Edward VII, In the Right
.f tin- Dominion of Canada Free Mini's- Certificate No.Hlll2.s7, intend sixty
days from dale hereof to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificates of
Improvements for lhe purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above
claims.
And further lake  notice thai action
under section 87 must  lie commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificates
f Improvements.
Hated Ibis 2nd day of July, 11XW.
jlV 4    \V. I. BRIQUB,
Certificate of Improvements.
__STOTIC_ED
Vivian Lock No. 1, Vivian Luck No. 2,
Vivian Lock  No.  3,  Vivian   Luck
No. 4, Vivian Lock No.   5,  Vivian
Link No. U and Silver Crown mineral claims, situated In the Lardeau
Mining Division of West Kootenay
District.
While    located:-At   Head of   Kidd
t'reek, a tributary of Boyd Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that   I,   O.   li.   N.
Wilkie, ncting   as   agent   for   Hector
1 .drier,    F.M.C.    117480,   and    George
Johnson, F.M.C. B96061, intend, sixty-
days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining   Recorder   for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the  above
claims.
And further take notice lhat action,
under section 87, must he commenced
before lhe issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 28th dav of  May,   A.  D.
iiius.
o. b. n. wilkie, b.c.l.s.
w my27 Trout Like, H. C.
LAND NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of Wesi Kootenay.
Take notice that George .McCarter,
Sr., of Kevelstoke, b.C, Agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted ou
the west hank of the Columbia Kiver
at the south-east coiner of Lot 8295,
Group 1, Kootenay, and marked
"George McCarter, Sr,, north-east cornel post," thenee west 11) chaius;
thence BOUCh 20 cliains; tlience east 20
chains more or less to the west bank
of the Columbia river; thence northerly along the west bank of the Columbia river to the point of commence
ment. containing 25 acres more or less.
GEOKGE M .CARTER, Sr.,
Bv his agent, Geo. S. McCarter.
Dated June 20th. lOUS, ] 27 OOd
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Limited, will,
three mouths after date, apply to the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council for an
Oiilci-in-Coiincil changing the Company's name lo "Doyle A Allum, Limited/'
Dated lhe 201 Inlay of June, 1008.
HAIIVKY, MllAllTKll & PINKHAM,
Solicitors   for  Hastings,  Doyle & Allum, Limited jly 4 .in \v
NOTICE
West Kiiutknay Land District
Take Notice that 00days after date
l Arthur E. Evans,   of  Beaton,   B.C.
occupation,     prospector,   Intend    tn
npply foi pei mis-ion io purchase the
following described lands situated on
Fish River, iu Wesi Kootenay dis-
Uii t.
Commencing at tb? north-east cor-
ini 11 A. I) MhcVuv's pre-emption No.
7.8115. an.I tin,i kul "A. E. Evans,
Nui'lh-Wi61 Cot i,ei- Post," Ibence S
chains lo west line of McKinnon's
pre-empt ion; thence 50 chains south,
tbenee 8 i It.iius west to MncKay's,
them e 1.1.till ."-Hi hains to poinl of Com-
iiniii-einenl. • .,nlaming 40 ac es more
in less,
Located Aiignal lie.I, lsus.
A. K. EVANS, Locator.
Certificate  of  Improvements
M-ii i It   iiiiiKr.il ' Linn, -it'iaif hi _ln\  I rout l_ftkr
Mining Dtris.nn .tf Wr-t Kootsnty District.
w In i. locat-ail;—Al Uw hemil ot (i"»t Crwk Basin
> ijontng ilu. V ultdiH mini r tl cUlm, Lot i r,
tirou i-
i iV..- notice tlut  I, il   8mUh, F.M.O. _..so_H,
_ctirv  ;_..   agftit f'-r.l. li   Mavkriizie, K.M.C. No.
BMS&6, InU-ul, *.xty ttayi from ibfl ilui hereof, u>
■\ppij to ths Mining Beeotiler ior u UwUflcntaol
UnpmremeuU. f'>r tin- pnr)MP« uf obtaining a
Urowa tir\ni of tli** iboTe claim.
And   further   Lake   notice   tlial   toUon.   under
>f(iion ;.', iou.i \iv cviurat-ientl befon tiie i_wu-
.nice of -iicli (VrtiHca rOTWDnDtS,
Dated ttaiiSfttti ilajr of Jane. A.D., ieo*.
»a    B7 K. N1J1TH.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Lind District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that (i. Brink, of Halcyon, li. c, Cruiser, Intends to apply
for permission lo purchase the following descrilied lands.
Commencing at a post plant"'! on
the east side of Upper Arrow Ijike, at
the south-east corner of Lot 2451. ami
marked  "G.  K. Brink's North-West
Coinei- l'ost'; thence east 20 chains:
thence south 20 cliains; tbenee west
20 chains to the lake shore; thenee
northerly along the lake shore 20
ehains tn.n-e or less to the point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less.
li. K. BRINK.
Dated August nth. 11)08.
NOTICE
Kkvklhtuki- Lard Dmtbjot
DlHTIIHT OP  WKHT KlMlTKNAY
TAKE   NOTICE   lhat    I.    Samuel
J.Hues H.ti low. of Nakusp, B. C, occupation, fanner,   intends in apply  fur
permission to purchase  the   following
Inscribed land ■
Cntiiincnt-iiig at a post planted at a
polnl twenty ''-in chains east of a point
right? chains soutb of the southwest
corner of Lot No. 8.1411; tlience south
40 chains, tbenee east 40 cliains, tlience
north l'i chains, thenoe west 40 chains,
to point uf commencement and eon.
turning otic   hundred   and  sixty (100)
iicles more or less.
(Sgil| SAMIKL JAMKH llAlll.nW.
Dated July 11. 1U08.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the tin-
del-signed will, at the expiration of one
month, applv to the '.Superintendent
of i'rovineial Police for a transfer to
Coronation Hotel Company, Limited,
of the hotel license now held by me in
respect of life Coronation Hole! at
CamlHirne, B, C.
Dati .1 this 8iil day of August; 1908.
aug fi lm CiJHY  MUNIIINHK. E MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
OUR NEW FALL GOODS
Blankets
P'rect from one of the best Eastern
Mills you will find our prices are the
lowest.
Flannelettes
In great variety of patterns and prices
from Sc. per yard up.
Wrapperette
All new,  this  Season's Goods,   Latest
styles.
Underwear
In Ladies', and Children's,—a large
assortment to choose from. We make a
specialty of natural wool garments.
Men's Wear
Men's Underclothing—Selling special
all wool garments at $4.0.1 each.
SWEATERS Men's imported direct
from Germany,
OVERCOATS—Men's Fall Overcoats in black, with Satin lapel, selling al $11.    Regular Price $18.
Men's Rain Coats
Made from a good cloth.       R       $14.
Now   $7.00.      These    are
special value.
Misses' Raincoats
A nice appearing Rain Coat for Misses'
Size, from 7 years up, just the thing
for  School  Coats.    Selling   at   $3.50
REID  &  YQUNGl
J. Mel'lniil Mis rclunii tl from a visit
to the eust.
Mrs, M. E Co iuli'on has returned
ir. m her holidays on lho Coss'l and
lia resumed her mu-io tuition .-l.is.-is,
over Hows' Drug Snne.
D A M cdiinald, travelling icpre-
-ieni.itivu of the Westwaid Hu inaga-
Kino of Vancouver, was in the city
yesterday on business.
Mrs. li. Sqmirehrijrgs has letiirnid
from a visit to Sumtnerville, P.E I.,
iccontpinicd hy lier sister Ill-law, .Mrs.
E. W.   Diiitnn, of   Atlanta,  Qoorgiii,
who is en route to Seattle.
F. Julian has left for a two months'
visit, to his home in tho province of
D'Aguile, Ateleta, Italy, where he will
interest his many friends in the attractions and advantages of Kevelstoke.
Mr. and Mrs. J.Crawford arc mourning the loss of their infant daughter
whose snd death occurred this morning
The  Mail-Herald   joins  with   the
many friends in  expressions of   sym
pathy for the bereaved parents.
I.ieiiteiuuit-Coloiiisl   W. It.   Boll, M.
I)., Mrs. Bell, Col. J. B. Duiald.i id
.Mrs, Donaldson, who has been visiting
•it the home of Mr. aod Mrs. G. W.
Bell have left for Calgary, Winnipeg,
Minneapolis and other westeru points
co route to their home in Otrawa.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Teller, Mr. and
Mra. Telfer sr., Mrs. Foote sr., Miss
Grant, Walley Clark and Rev. J. It.
Uohertson, made the ascent ol Mt
Victoria yesterday by way of Lind
mark trail, being very enthusiastic
over their trip.
<$i _t"|nf i 'I' 'I' 'I1 'I' &' '3> 'I* 'I*
FOR
I    Sunburn
I    Tan and   f
f    Freckles    f
J* lift a Bottle "I "in' Elder ?
*t» Flower Cream Just what *$*
t±t   mui are looking fur 1$.
.$. Sni.n AT «Ji
«$»    C. R. MCDONALD'S     *
il. Revelstoke, B. 0, -ijl
Born
r.A'.i. — At   Kevelstoke,   I!   C , Aug. 21),
.   1908, to Mr. and  Mrs. T. II   l'age,
a daughter
Weather Forecast
Wednesday, Sept 2—Mostly cloudy
with showers, moderate winds. Temp.
Max 68°     Min. 61 - .
Local and General.
J. L Headrick has taken over the
City Bakery recently operated by 0.
I ones and commences business today.
St Petsr'd church was opined on
Sunday last for the usual services after
being closed for painting. Ramsey
nad the contract for the work.
1 he funeral ol the infant son of Mr
and Mrs. A E. l'arta, who died on
Saturday night, took place yesterday
riii Rev. Father Coccola officiated
W. A. Foote has   received   lhe  con
tract for the lilting up of the premises
in McKenzie avenue tu be occupied by
tbe Canadian Bank of Commerce.
11. McCalthy lias finished his contract work at the Edison Parlor
1';.i aire, and J. Samson finishes the
painting and decorating this week.
A. F. I), L.ice on buhall uf the
Northern l rowu Bank has pieseutod
a handsome cup for the best exhibit ui
vegetables in the Fall Fair, Sept. 7,8,'J.
A .tnelit performance "f moving
pictures will be given at tho Edison
Parlor Theatre ou Saturday, Sept, 6tb,
a;'t- rnooc and evening, (or the Fcder-
ited r.adi a Unions
A river excursion up the Columbia
to Downie wi 1 be beld tomorrow.
weather permitting, under tbe auspices
if tl e 'Appy 'lime, tin - -. Revelstoke
■- ing chartered for the trip
FOR SALE—Twu hue bouses on
Sec   nd Btreet wist, also   out desirable
. ding lot on Second Street east.
All on easy terms, Apply to owner.
Wm. Williamson, Hear Creek, B. C.
There will be two performances this
evening at the Edison Parlor theatre
commencing at 7.4ii o'clock. At.
entire change of pictures will be shown
including some new and original films
A large party of eastern tourists
wh bavi been registered at the Hotel
Revelstoke for tbe past few day-, snd
waiting (or line weather, left yesterday
: an excursion up l.indinark Trail
to Victoria Park.
HIIIUI).
Not
.
['How Much?"!
► tut   "how   go-isl" ll the [<_u--ilio-i
r that every one should ask in buying
[ oaniiy.
f        The old  uying  that " a minis
[ j-J'iged   by   the   candy   he   gives"
L holds  good   t.sday same ai alw.yi.
} Buy the best—don't take lhe " just
£ as good " kind.
Nothing quite equal.
famous Bon-Rom   and  Chocslites.
They   ate   in   a distinctively exclusive class to themselves.
»   Orders   receive  prompt and careful itlen'.ion.
SOLD AT B WS' DRUC STORE
NEXT HI'ME  BLOCK.
A WINNER
thill's   Willi I    Ihi'    people    sny   of
our Al ini'.'iil. It's unsurpassed
lor ils nutritious qualities, its
exquisite flavor, Its purity and
\\hilenes , while its superior
uniform quality make it a food
thai is always lluivoughly reliable.
WE CARRY EVERYTHING
in I he grocery line, and it is all
of the very hest quality, supplied
by the standard niiinufactmei's
and Importers. Ten, coffee, cocoa
sugar, 1 mt I i-i-. lice. laid, cheese
and all the standard brands of
canned meals, fish, fruit, preserves iiud other table delicacies.
When you buy here you may Insure you are getting tlie lull
value ol your money in every
way,
__0_3_TO_Af    <_5_   "BELL
Vt
ts..
Karn is King
The right  Piano at the right price.
Call anil see us before vnu buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate, Insurance anil Financial Agents.     Money to Loan
-fl
The C. P. R. will in all probability
purchase the electric light debentures
issued by the town of Lsdysmith, B C,
Richard i£   Pringle'a   famous   min-
strels visited lhe city yesterday giving
several free open an concerts. Chey
played before a big bouse in the evening, included in their programme being
some clever and amusing vaudeville
turns.
tin special C.P.R constables instill causing considerable annoyance
in the engineers, firemen and train
crews when in the yard going to and
front their trains by needlessly -i |
ping them ami enquiring their
business,
A oar repairer, drought iu by the
C.P.R., had his foot crushed lasl night
in the yard while working it a car
brake   shoe.     The   yard   engine not
knowing    a   man was   working in the
dark switched on to the cars causing
tbe   wheels to go over Ills foot,
Two well-known English sportsmen,
Messrs. \\. Aoland II I and C I itor
ol London, Eng.. an- visiting Canada
for big game -hooting and bunting,
and sporting in general      I'ha visitors
ex] i i" visit the Big  Bend f mntry
during their six months trip to
Canada,
It is announced ihal I.', i. Borden,
leader ol the opposition in the Federal
House, accompanied by Premier flaxen
ol New I'riiiiswick, Premier Koblin ol
Manitoba, nnd Premier McBride of
British Columbia, will soon commence
a tour ol the Dominion for Die discussion ol political issues ill tin. day,
1 in- game season commenced yi .tor
day foi all birds with ilu.- exception ul
grouse, winch SORSOn opens October I
Dame wardens have atrict injunctions
to enlorcc the game laws, and impose
full penalties.   An amendment to the
game Act luu- just eniiie into force
increasing the aliens hunting licence
from $60 in -.100.
Twenty-one miles in  17 minutes is
the record made by two loaded coal
Carson a Section of the C.I'.it, fiom
Laggan to Castle Mountain siding, n
few days ago, and four trumps who
were finishing lunch in an empty hox
car when the runaway red uot d it to
matchwood, are all wondering how
they happen to be alive today. The
cars broke away front a freight lhat
was climbing the grade.
Work lias lieen commence thi
ennstructi ;, of i he new ce r -id-
walks round McKenzie ave , Imsi-
'.es.   jectii   -
Ureal liea* ointment _• It al
the inability t I tbe H> ■•• --.. ke nni-
leams tocoi ut  vreel
however they ...     oked   for  si   -  ■
siderable  w-'.rk   bas
' • ■ '■ ,! courts   preparing
•   and   it  ie   hoped
' hal    -■ -   eS irts   will   be   p i
I rth t      ring oo a I   irnsmen
fal  —G   den Star
The   inhabitants     ;    th.  1 irdi ■■■
\ i  ej are -tui anxi    -
the c P.R   may   -n   its   wsy    lear I
extend tbe line from  Gerrard I       ig
["rout Lake and    n   to An iwbead  al
an    early   .late,       '1 his lid   plsCI
them on the main route ol trail:.
the Crow country, Kootenay lake an.i
the Coasl   ind would doubtless prove
a stimuli!" and would doubtless   pro-..-
i stimulus t's agricultural and  lumbering progress throughout    in   I thi
Icbesl ■ alleys of Briti.h Columl.,
Social and Personal
Mrs    '        I in r- lea let tonight
i     -it to the o.is*it.
\   McR.e left    ti - ;n.lay for Ducks,
to take in the shooting
Mrs   Ft,n.k I  eli has returned  rom
a two months to the OORSl
Miss  Grace    Somes   returnrd
Sundny from n visit to the t     IS
i.    Knight,   ret timed    on   Sundny
from a visii. to his home in Ontari
It A   Upper, manager   f the  Mon
ardl hotel, Field, wins n _| ,. city , ,,
Monday.
Harold Rnenop, ol the Molsons Bank
staff, has returned from a holiday visit,
to Shuswap.
S. II. Bowman ol the Bowman Lum
her Oo , from  Minneapolis, wuh n the
city this week.
Mrs. W    If.   Sutherland   ami   her
■ isier Mi.»n O'Doqahoe, leave this even-
ing f ir a weeks visil to Vancouver nud
Victoria,
Mrs. Roy McDonald   bus   returned
froin a visit, tn <Ibar atl.i'town, I'.E,I.,
iiectimpariiud hy her Kister-in-law, Mini
MoDonald,
TENDERS
Ti oilers wanted Ior pool and .01 Jinn-king privileges on the Race Track
lor Tuesday and Wednesday, 8th aud
ll h Sept., during tie Fall Fair, Rev-
elstoke, 11. 0. Tenders must bead
dress.'d to the undersigned and must
Im in not Inter than Sept. 6th,
11    Cl'NNINIUIAM   MOUKIS,
Secy. Race Com mil tee.
~ TENDERS
Tenders wanted for privileges of
erecting and operating refreshment
booth for Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7,
on McKenzie Ave. recreation grou da
Tenders mnst he addressed to the undersigned and b- inly Frid ■}*, Hep'.
1tl.l1.
T. Wao.man,
Secy   Labor Day Coniniittie,
ST. ANN'S  CONVENT
Boarding   School   for    Girls
KAMLOOPS,   B. C.
Children of all Denominations ad.
milted. Complete Preparatory Studies.
High School Course. Muslci—Piano,
Instruments, For terms and other
particulars apply lo   Sihtkr Superior
OPENING    SEPT.    1st.,    1908
Daring Escape from Prison j;
With the aid of a friend winking on
tbe outside of his prison, Robert Ffol-
li.lt. picks his way out through a stone
wail with a chisel Creeping through
the aperture into the prison yard be
joins his friond, who scales the wall
mil taking 'he sentry una wares holds
him fast while Ffolliott makes good
his escape. Th s is 0 .i of I he thrilling
scenes to be em cud during lhe production of "I'lni Sb.iUgliraiin," at tlie
opi r.i house on Monday, Sept 7 b.
This scene is one of tlie oust realistic
of the performance and will ha presen
ted in every detail Don't miss seeing
this most popular if Irish dramas
The plan uf the house is now op n nt
C. R, Macdonald's drug slore; reserved
Beats 75 coots; general  admission 50c
Free Tickets to the Fair
11. N. Coursier offers four prizes of
two tickets each, for admission 10 the
fairgrounds un Sept. 8th and 9ih, to
the four b-iys or girls, nut over 1 i
years of age, who mails in sealed envelope with name enclosed to P. 0.
Box _00, Hevelstoke, not la'er than
Satuiday next, Sept. 5th, the I est set
of answers stating, 1st, Why Colirsier's
nut coal i< the best for kitchen use,
■2nd, Whi limrsier's choice lump furnace coal is lb" mist satisfactory for
heating. Tli eo independent judges
will open the envelopes and award the
tickets iiii Ihe morning of Sepl. 7lh.
New Go''! Find
A report has just leached us uf n
rich -trike of g"ld are resembling tins
Poplar Creek find of a few years ago,
the location is said to he iu the vicinity of Oreenshde un the south branch
of iin-CPU The report has created
very little surprise as it has been
known (or .nine lime t here was gold
in tin- mar locality of lite Iiud, as tlie
Kevelstoke group of claims owned by-
Mr McE ichern is situated nt Ureen-
alide and a lot "f quiet prospecting lins
been done and good   results   obtained
SIXTH   ANNUAL
NELSON FR. IT FAIR
NELSON, ll. 0.
4 DAYS    -    4 DAYS
WEDNESDAY     i
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
s  SATURDAY
September, 23, 24, 25, 26
Larger nnd   llelt  • Ih "i Ever
Free   Entertainments  Daily
THHEE HOUSE  HACKS   DAILY
ROUR   DAYS
BELAY   HOUSE   RACKS
»
Eagles' Day, - Thursday, Sept. 24th
Children's Day, -  Friday, Sept. 25th
--s\
For furl her Informal li f
Prize I.i I.  Wl ile I"
D. C. McMoi'-is, -  Secretary
BOX 95, NELSO", B. Ci
WANT E I)
FOCND-Giihl Wuii h, owner can
have same by proving prop, ity
-iiiil paying for ibis uollri'. Apply E.
.1. Mary, Thitd Street,
WANTED-A good g. mini servant
for a family ol l«n, Apply lo
Mrs. A. B. M.CI. ii.gli.in, Impel inl
Hank residence.
C. P. R. Washout
\\ issii-i •.. Aug lil.—The worst
s . iout in l he in-iory of the Canadian
Pacific road nn t'.ia division "Centred
... Rain fell in torrents nnd
- • . _■ II mulled 1 nl y irds of
tra k betwoen here and Kenora nave
,-i,., ..s.i-, and dozens of trains
bavi been held up,
il i- tbe CLE \NEST.
'    i  'imi is .\ 1,1. coil at Counter's,
Coursier's nut ci al is the kind for
cooking,
c.i..k- say Coursier's Coal is the
OI-r-ANEST Kind for COOKING
a new slock ol absolutely fresh
Em pin- Typewriter ribl.ons, price ifl —
I nterinr Publishing I lo
We   pnl  tbe beal ol   drugs in your
prescripti'ni   when   you   bring H to 0.
I:  Vfacdm .is! • Coi i.i'i    rug .-tore
How shout your Emp'ri typewriter
ril   on     11 .■ -   '   i '-s-d to lie replaced
hy a ti'w   une'     I!   so, we   can  -upply
you —Inti lier Publishing I -
DINING-ROOM OlltL wanted immediately for lho Onion Hotel.
Arrowhead, Apply I" W .1. Light-
hnrno. Arrowhead.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Tenders for Quarrying Rock.
Tenders will bo received at the City
Hall up to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept.
3rd, 1908, for quarrying 700 yarcU rook.
For further particulars apply to the
undersigned.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
liu.i Cilv Clerk.
NOTICE
Sixty days after dale I intend to
applv to the Chief Commissioner of
IjuiiIs and Works for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Beginning at. a post planted at Ibe
south-east corner of Lot No. 8(00 purchased  by  Julius   Dougal,   running
west 'J>\ ohalhs) thenee south :iu chains;
thence east 20chains* tl ie north "in
• -hains In point nf eoiiiiuf neement.
n.mil June24th, limn,
I'luw.Miii Win.*',   Applicant,
jly I I). Dewar, Agent,
0^O<_HDK><K><KK> <_H>OOKK><K>0<X><><><_K> <>
CLEARING SALE AT COST
No Bogus Sale
Having vacated my premises   opposite  the   Union   Hotel   tn
the Northern Crown Bank,  it   necessitates me to clear away a
very Inrgft and Bomplelo Stuck including stone 5IX) pair of
hand marie anil 'It.re .hies, hsmofB, saddlery, trunks, valises
and fancy leather goods il  co-t.
LOGGING   BOOTH  AND  HARNESS A  .SPECIALTY.
E. A. SPRING
Boot   and   Harness   Manufacturer
Tompornry Promises, Ideal Furniture Store
Opposite the  Windsor Hnlel, FIRST BTREET
r<_KHKH>0<H_H_H>0-0-
FLANNELETTE
UNDERWEAR
Now the cool weather is lieie you
Vi ill want Harm garments for lailh
night and day. We cany a full
line in all sizes foi I idles and children in
NIGHTGOWNS
SKIRTS
DRAWERS
FLANNELETTE
Our line of Staple Flannelettes is very complete. We have the
Plain Colors In White, Cream, Grey. Pink, and Blue, and sonic
splendid lino of English striped Flannelette.
The fancy patterns for Blouses, Wrappers, Dressing Jackets, etc.
are very pretty and lhe material and dye of the beRt.
We are certain to please you in quality, price and design.
~_
MCLENNAN'S
BOYS' CLOTHING
Our Kail Display of Hoys' Suits
have just arrived and we don't
know where you can find a prettier or more attractive showing of
lifflo fellows' garments. We endeavor to sell .the very best suit
we can get at the most reasonable
priees.
McRae Mercantile Company, Ltd.
oitx _bjl_k:_b_r"Y"
Entirely Under New Management
Having taken over the entire stork andpremises of the
City Bakery, wliioiiiwill in future be run on nn lip-to-
dale system. 1 appeal to tlm patrons for their esteemed
sup-ion in the future as in the past.
J. I_. Ili.Aimicn,
Prop.
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE—WINNIPEG
Capital (authorized)      $6,000,000
"        paid up 2,2oo,ooo
Rest, ai:! undivided profits        225,ooo
President -Sir 1). II. McMillan, K.C.M.G.   Vice Presidents-Edward Gur-
ney and Capt. Win. Robinson.   Gen, Man.—.1. W. de 0. O'Grady.
Special attention paid to Savings  Bank Deposits
Interest allowed from dale uf deposit and credited quarterly.
Open every C P. R.  Pay Night, also Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 p. m.
A General Banking Business Transaoted
The smallest account receives  from   us  the siinie careful attention
iih the largest one.
Office   Corner First St. and Connaught Ave.
A.  F.  D.  LACE,   Manager   Revelstoke  Branoh
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Court of Revision
Notiee is heteliy given Hull lhe first
silling of the Court of Revision, to revise the assessment roll for the year
tints, will he held ill the Council Chamber, City Hall, Hevelstoke, H. ('., on
Monday, Kepi: 21st, HKW, al 7o'olook
p.m.
August llllli, IIIU8.
lll.UCE A. LAWSON,
lil City Clerk.
WANTED
TENDERS are requested for the
purchase of Lots 12 and 111, Mock 67,
situate mi Eighth Street near Mc-
Ken/.ie Avenue, in the City of Kevelstoke. These line building lots belong
lo the MoDonald Estate, and will be
sold at a sacrilicc to close up the
estate. The highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted. Forward
tenders ou or before 1st of October,
1908. to the undersigned.
BURNS A WALKEM,
Barristers, Vancouver,
ltw, 4ws.
JUST ARRIVED
A   FINK  ASSORTMENT   OK
STOP WATCHES
Just the thing for Labor
D.iy Sports and the Races
PRICES :   $8.00 to $40.00
Call and See Them
J. GUY RARBER
0. It. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
»-■-■- ^
KIRST CLA88
FRESH TIMOTHY HAY
All   kinds   of  new
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
Dealers in
SILK AND CHINA
DRESSMAKING A SPECIALTY
Wall Chung, - Front St.
P. O. Box, 206. Phone 26

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