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Array 1
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER!!. 1909
$2.50 Per Year
J
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
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Fall and Winter Coats
For Misses and Children
An imported line of the prettiest, nattiest
little coats for the children ever shown in ,
the interior. Thoroughly lined, line, warm
garments,and very attractive in appearanee.
You must see tiie CoatB—the prices are
reasonable too—for children from 2 years
to 14 years. Ask particularly to see the
Children's New Coats.
White Bear GoatsandRobes
Here is a bargain in Infants and Children's
While Bear Coats and Sl igh Robes, a line
of manufacturer's samples.   Vou can get a
$650 White  Pear Coat for $4.50
$5 00
14.00
$2.50
-f-150
$3.00
Robes "
$3.50
$2 50
$1.50
$3 00
$'2.U0
LadiesllnderwearBargains
Don't pass our bargains in Ladies' Underwear. We are still selling tbat 200 dozen
lot of garments purchased from the mill at
a eacrilice. All nice warm goods, this season's make, in white, cream and natural
colors at
Three Garments for $1, or 35 cents per Garment
J
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Rovelstoke and Arrowhead.
RANGES
Here again we have chosen from the
hest 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.
livery Range sold under an absolute
guarantee. Wc have not one dissatisfied
customer in Kootenay. We are never
too busy to show off our stock.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
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STOVES j
Now is the time to think about your
Heating Stoves. We have just received
a car from the best makers in Canada.
We are not tied down 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
Tinsmlthing
Plumbing
THE POWER BY-LAW
Public Meeting of Citizens to
Discuss Same
(in Wednesday evening about SU
ratepayers attended ilu- Opera House
at lhe invitation of the Mayor to discuss the proposed power bylaw which
i.s heing voted on 10 today, The Mayor
piesided and with him on the platform
were Aid. Macdonald, Pradolini and
Kiiiiheiley.
In opening the meeting lhe mayor
said tlie I'oiincil bail given a great
deal of i-onsi .ei-ation to the condition
of the power plant and bad twelve
meetings over it. This was one of the
most Important questions Unit bail
ever lu-en raised in the oity. It was
fully as Important as the purchase of
the plant in the Brat place. The whole
council, without one dissentient voice,
was absolutely unanimous ou the
question, He would ask the aldermen to give their views.
Aid. Macdonald saiil the Cuuncil hail
put in a lot ol time on this matter,
The dam and thiine were a complete
wreck. The timbers were lotting and
if they hail a freshet nexl spring like
last the chilli would go out. As to lhe
Hume it was blowing out everywhere,
and it was au expensive matter to
keep the Hume in older. The interest
and sinking fund for lhe amount required to put lhe plant in proper shape
amounted to S00U0 a year and
the amounts that had to he
spent- on repairs alone amounted to
that much, while this money spent in
repairs was practically wasted, he-
cause it had to he renewed every year.
Tbey had employed one of tbe best
engineers in Nelson to look into the
matter ami it was now up to the people of Kevelstoke to say whether ttiey
wanted this plant put in the best
possible shape and in a condition that
would be a credit tothe cily. (CheersI.
Aid. Kimberley said lhe proposal
belore them was the only course open
to ensure the plant being put in permanent shape, and cut out the unnecessary expense they were under in
regard tu their street lighting. The
system was now that when the lights
were turned on in the houses in the
evening lhe streets were also lighted
up at the same lime before it was
necessary and the same thing happened in the mornings, as they could
uot shut oli' tbe street lights
till the house lights were also cut off.
liy altering the circuit so they could
put on the house system independently
of ttie street system they wuuld save
a couple of hours street lighting iu the
morning and evening. As to tbe
llunie it was absolutely rotten from
one end to the other. He did not
know how the dam stood. He was in
favor of something permanent. He
advised them to look at the Hume for
themselves and they would see the
necessity of this work.    (Cheers).
Aid. Pradolini suid bis opiuion of the
present state of the power was that it
was very bad arid he Wanted to see
something of u permanent character
undertaken, instead of spending
money us they were on temporary
repairs. They had lo spend a good
deal of money every year in repairs
and got nothing for it. Unless they
put their power plant in proper shape
they would have this town In the dark
ana tbe town would go back and
properly would go down in value
instead of increasing. The work now
proposed would he the best thing they
could do, and unless tbey did this
work instead of the town going ahead
it would go hack.   (Cheers,)
Mayor Lindmark said he would like
if tbe citizens would take the trouble
to go to tlieir council meetings sometimes. They wanted the meeting lo
discuss the question fairly and squarely and he asaed them for their candid
opinion. They would meet the other
fellow round the corner and talk about
how it should he done and it would he
better to give the council iheiropinioii.
Now coining hack to the question of
the power plant Ihey had tried to get
the hesl engineers in Canada lu advise
then;, and by all accounts they had
secured them. Thai in itself should he
a guarantee of the buna tide way in
which they had gone about the improvement of this plant. The lirni
they had employed were not onlv
handling lhe largest works of the kind
in Canada hut had in charge llie construction of works on the other side of
the line involving an expenditure of
fifteen millions. The linn hiui been
highly recommended by Mr, Busteed,
General Superintendent of the C.P.
K. His Worship here read the reports
of the engineers, Messrs. Smith, Keiry
& Chace, J. P. Forde, O.E., and A, li.
Duck, Buperlntendenl of ihe power
plant. In the estimate of $88,000 as
proposed under Ibe bylaw, provision
hud been made for the separation of
the bouse and street lighting systems.
IU- gave figures   showing the growth
of lhe demand lor light during the
past three years. Now Ihey were up
against il. They could not supply any
more, without the proposed improvement., lo and iiii'ri'asr of their
plant.
Tin- way 1 heir cily was going ahead
showed lhat things wore going I In-
right way. .Tliey were pulling together lor the eily and ils extension,
and their land was being developed,
They would have to supply power outside the city and bud already applications,    Before polling duy he would he
able to give au absolute guarantee
that the C.P.K. wuuld use lhe power.
The C.P-K. would increase their shops
anil for vaiions reasons lhe C.P.K. had
made up their minds that they
WILL HACK nBVBLHTOKK
Tbey had alsu lhe proposal In start
new industries here hut at present they
were noi ill a position In supply power
though if this bylaw curried they
would have 1260 horse power, which
would enable ihem to supply power to
any new industry that oame along.
There was every reason to believe that
n Hour mill, machine shop and an iron
foundry wuuld he added to Iheir industries and were within their grasp
if they could meet conditions. There
wen- people who advocated the city
letting go their water and light and
placing them in the hands of a private
company. Ue would show them what
this plant   bail done lor the city and
would  separate the   revenue   from
oity $48,000 and the water Bystem cost
$14,000; added from revenue $0,808;
debentures. $12,048, making a total ol
$68,866 which the light plant had stood
them. Tbe net earnings from light
had been $66,856, an amount which,
alter deducting the amount of $0,808
added to the plantlcl't u margin larger
thnn ihesiiikingfiindof $28,008, which
they bad in the Bunk. They slill have
a balance of .$2H,(il() received from lhal
plant. To any reasonable man thn!
was a very good .showing. When they
hud the franchise, which was a valuable one.
TlIK   WATER  N. INT
had stood Ihem in $85,706,
ceipts hud heen as follows:
1D02 $5,7.12, with a profll
1008 $18,481, with a profit
HUM $21,756, with a profll
1805 $2'l,:ilti, will
KKKi   $80,070, with
mil Ilu
of $8,400.
ul' $8,1111.
>f $] I,mill.
i profit of $15,848,
profit uf $11,51)1.
1807—$88,781 with a profit of $18,640,
luos -$85,087, with a profit of $20,428.
ll was the tendency of the time to
promote municipal ownership of public utilities us fur as possible, with
regard lo the
HAS PRODUOBH PLANT
that was doing all it whs guaranteed
to du, and the cuuncil had seen to it
it that the contract made with the
previous council was strictly carried
out. In tbe interest uf the city he
urged tbem to do their best to secure
the passing uf this by-law, and to pull
shoulder to shoulder to make Kevel-
ssoke a city in whiih it was a pleasure
to live and have a home.   (Cheers.)
J. Mathie -Does   this   $80,01)0 cover
the   cost   of  installing   tbe   first and
second   sections   as   proposed   by the
engineers?
The Mayor   Yes.
Mr, .Mathie—Then it only leaves the
third to follow ?
The Mayor -Yes. Willi reference
to
THE WATER SUPPLY
1 want to lake this meeting into our
confidence. When the water supply
was at its lowest we sent a man oui to
lind a probable source of further supply and he found a stream on the same
summit with four limes the quantity
of water at that stage that was in our
present source of supply. By cutting
through a bog back we could utilise!
this supply which would give ample
water for lire and other purposes for
some time to come, so that we
shall not have a recurrence of
a shortage of water and well-
kept gardens suffering* in consequence. The present Council intends
to investigate this supply fully and
the next Council will take up the
improvement of the water supply.
We are very fortunate in having
located that stream.   (Cheers.)
Mr. Manning—What is iheextenl of
your borrowing powers ?
The Mayor—Last year the assessment was about a million and a half.
The borrowing power is 20 per cenl.
of that amount. If this bylaw should
pass then- will still be a margin of
$25,000 to $30,01)0.
Mr. Manning--We shall have to provide for the water supply and increased
school accommodation next year.
The Mayor—I thought you were
posted on this. A school bylaw or any
local Improvement does not effect the
borrowing powers.
Mr, Manning—The reason the school
bylaw was defeated was the water and
power plant was strongly advocated
and people argued it would he better
to borrow the money for tliese than
for the schools. They understood Oilplant was in bud shape and il was up
to them to protect it, and endorse the
Cuuncil. lb- tiu'ed the placing nf the
plant, in the bands of the best mechanics aod electricians to operate so that
a failure should not be made uf il by
men whu were ignorant nf the work,
lie believed that if the municipal
business were conducted by a commission it would ensure better results,
and said they would never huve u
success unless they change tlieir system. No one would he inure sorry
Ihan he if the bylaw were to fail. He
condemned the local press, stating
last time be addressed a meeting every
word of it was misconstrued,
The Mayor said there was one matter the city council shuuld give their
attention to. The water and light
accounts should he kept on a different
system. At present the profits went
Into the general fund.
Mr. Haggen suid be would like to
ask Mr.  Manning  when he addressed
BOARD Of TRADE
Buard met Thursday alternoon,
Lawrence,   President,  in   the
The
W.M.
chair.
Mr. Allen asked huw the Publicity
building was progressing and the
Mayor replied the lumber was being
got on the ground
Arthur Branwell & Co., of London,
Kngland. wrote asking names uf (inns
who would be interested iu develop
ment ol exports from Canada lo Britain and lhe Continent.
The Publicity committee reported
$864 has been subscribed by the riti
zi-ns towards tbe publicity fund and
amounts to come in would bring it up
to$l,000,
Mr. Allen suggested getting statistics and particulars of the mineral
resources of the district, timber, land,
forest attractions, etc., and incorporating tliese in thoir advertising
matter. Also, in the book that would
be published, there should be a directory ol tbe business tirma in the city,
su that the book would bring them
some practical return for tbeir contributions by enabling people interested
to communicate with tbe, local men in
regard to business ur investments. He
expressed his appreciation ol tbe
liberal way in wbicb ihe people ol tbe
eity had come forward to back up tbe
Board in their efforts to advertise
Revelstoke.
Tbe chairman reported Mr. McLennan and be waited on the City
Council on the matter.
Tbe Mayor said thev knew bow the
city stood at present. The subscription
list presented was one ol the most
satisfactory evidences they bad that
tbe way the people hud taken hold of
tbis publicity scheme would do muie
for Kevelstoke than many other things.
They should look to one thing, and
one thing only, and that was the advancement ol tbe city. The business
men had got together as tbey never
bad belore and there was no longer
anything standing in tbe way of tbe
progress of their city.
The following were appointed to
compile statistics and particulars for
tbe Board's booklet, of wbicb it is
proposed to issue 10,000 copies:—
Lund—Messrs. Sibbald and Fraser;
Mines—Messrs. Haggen and Kobeit-
son; Timber—MeBars. Sine and Lindmark; Descriptive Writing — E. A.
Haggen.
A report was read from W. B. Rub-
ertson, who went to the Spokane Fair
in connection with the mineral exhibit. Mr, Robertson thanked Mr.
Armstrong, wbo was in cbarge of tbe
mineral suction of tlie lair for the
courtesy shown, and in giving tbem
tbe best site for tbeir exhibit, which,
with tbat from Trout Lake, was best
there, and it was only because their
exhibit arrived late though shipped
two weeks ahead that they had not
been award'd a trophy. He regretted
British Columbia was not represented
in tbe Dominion exhibit, although
this province had been invited to join.
He suggested sending to the Dominion
Government ullice at Spokane a permanent exhibit uf minerals, fruits,
etc., and tl at tbey should start now
tn collect for next year's fair.
Resolved on motion of Mr. Allen,
seconded by Mr. Sibbald, that tbe
Minister of 1'ublic Works he asked t"
make provision lor construction of a
wagon road from Downie Creek tu
MoCullough Creek.
Du motion nf Mr. Fraser seconded
hy Mr. Sibbald, it was resolved that
the Secretary aaain write tbe Premier
asking what ac! ion tbe Government
propose to take in regard to a land
registry ollice fur Revelstoke.
It was resolved to draft a circular
letter asking thu ratepayers tu support the bylaw being voted nn today
lor increase of the power plant as
necessary iu thu best interesl uf the
city.
the meeting wh
of it  had   been
he said every
misconstrued  it
,'Uld
lhe
press.
Mr. Manning explained be hud
addressed the school-children before
tbe lasl by-law was submitted, and bis
remarks were entirely misconsl rued in
the Observer.
Mr. Huggen suid he hnd never heard
uf Mr. Manning addressing a publio
meeting, and knew nothing about the
address lie mentioned. If Mr. Manning) us chairman of the school Board,
iiud taken tbe publio Into his confidence, us the Mayor and aldermen
hud dune nn this occasion, bis school
bylaw might have met a different fate.
Mr. Manning suid it hud nnl been
customary to call meetings to discuss
these  bylaws  though  he bellevod.lt
was the proper course.
Mr. 'lapping Bald the system on
which lhe lighl plan! was run was nnl
the hesl. business system. He was
supposed to huve good ideas of business, having dono hnsiness iii these
mountains fur many years.    The cosl
of placing  u   bylaw   before I he | pie
wus poor business. There should be
$5000 kept in the bank for the power
plant wbicb cuuld be used as required
without the necessity of calling cuuncil meetings and putting these bylaws
before the people, He had great faith
iu the plant after hearing tin- reports
of these scientific men.   He advooatod
culling lenders for wurks nnl unly In
the local paper hut in Ibe B, 0. lin-
zotle, and Oalgary. Shuuld the bylaw
fail lo pass this time try il. again and
never give up. Thoy should show
themselves progressive, and should
have 10,01X1 penple here.
Mr. McLennan Mow long will ll
take to carry out this work?
The Mayor If the bylaw carries the
work can be completed before high
water next spring.
The Mayur then elosod the meeting,
urging them to pull together for tint
good of the cily.
Get cash   prices at lliiivsun on car
pets   and   linoleum.     We  can  beat
water  from   the   power plant.    Tin-1 eastern   oataloguos, uome   and  let us
light plant in the first place cost  tin-  prove it,
Winter Train Schedule
Ily thu new winter schedule a solid
passenger train for passengers f. r
Kootenay points will lo run from
Vancouver to Arrowhead, without
transfer at Revelstoko as hitherto.
The train will have both sleepers and
dining cur, and the passengers will cn-
joy all the comforts of a main lino
train. 1'asaenger! frnm the coast will
reach Nelson nn the late Rossland
train at   10.80 p. in.   Tbe  translei   ol
pasiengem al Oastlogar on outward
trains will be abandoned.   Under the
new schedule the Rossland train will
run (rom Nelson instead ul from Cas
llogar. The train fur the cuast will
leave Nelson al. 7:10 instead ot  li p.m.
as Bt present.
The double through service, consisting of I and H7 westbound, and  2
and IMi easlhoiinil, will he continued
wilh slight variation of schedule for
Nos liiiiilii? till Doc..'ll Nob. .land
(-, will he discontinued nn Oct.
81st. but in their place a local
will bo run bel ween Revelstoke and
Vancouver. Tho local will leave Vancuuver two hours ahead ol BB, and arrive hero 211 minutes ahead ol thai
train, both trains connecting al. Revelsloke witb train to Arrowhead.
The Up train Irom Arrowhead will
connect wilh tho local to Vancouver
leaving Bevelstoke about two hours
ahead uf 11".
Opera House To-night
The Han Francisco Opera Company
at tbo opera huiise tonight will bo booh
and heard to grout advantage in "The
Runaway Girl." Mr. Healy,manager
ol tlm company, promises some of the
best dressed people evei Boon in tho
local playhouse. Teddy Webb, Mabel
Day, .lames Stevens and all the others
have lino parti in "The Runaway Girl."
SPORTSMEN
-^
thing
Who are in doubt a.s to
where they can best obtain
all kinds of Up-To-Date
Sporting Goods, bhould
bear ;n mind the fact that
we carry a splendid stock
of Guns, Rilles, Ammunition, Fishing T a c k 1 c,
Traps, Tents, Camp Stoves
Blankets, and in lact every-
rapper   and   the   Prospector.
HEATING   STOVES
it will soonbe time to purchase that Heater. We have
just'tlio stove to^suit you and will be pleased to show you
its good points. Remember that we are agents for the
Kootenay Range, which you will read  of on   another   page.
BOURNE  BROS.
Groceries    Hardware    McClary's Stoves    Plumbing
Our clothes-
values are
easy to see.
Field glasses are not needed to see the
line points of perfection in the kind of
clothes we sell. Style, fit and every detail
of line tailoring are there inside and out. If
better clothes could lie made this store
would have tli cm. We especially invite
paiticular dressers, men who never wore
ready made clothes io see ours.
Fit Reform Clothing
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
iikj.1' omo, Tomi.Nio
r.sTiiiusiir.ii iu«7
B. E. WALKER, President |  Paid-Up Capital, $1 0.000.000
ALixAjtrDKH LAiED,G«-n<!r«iM«_iaK«r! ReServe Fund,  -   6.000,000
TRAVELLERS'  CHEQUES
The new Travellers' Cheques recenti) issued bj this Dank an- a most convenient
wtLj in which to carry mom-j whm travelling.   They *r<' issued m JniuiiuniiiiKii of
$10,   $20,  $50,  $100 and  $200
ud Um nm,, .iu,.:,-. pays e In Austria. Belgium, Denmark, France,
Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Ilaly, Not u.iy, Rnsala, Sweden
Mid Switzerland ■- s'Ale.j on the face of rach .-hcquc. while m oilier coontrie*
rm.f mn payable at , urrent r i'rs.
The chrtpirs mzmi ail i n/armal jog re£a_n_Lng \iirii. tximy '< .._j-a.tir,l at awry mfhao
mi lhe, Bulk. I*li
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MQR.
II' HE'S VOUH ll"'!  nit MINK
we M ant 111■ 11 started "ii the read to
inanb I right' and there's no surei
I'hi  leal method ib.m to Mil  bi- daily
jil.it. t wil li .i nipply lY'iiu our
High-Crade Meat Market
oi jiiny Beef, tender Lamb, cornfed
Pork and Hams thai would tempt an
anchorite, Coimnon sense bai-kt. up
this advise, and a visil i" our attractively managed, sanitary, and tpeok-
i- . - premises will convince you, not
mentioning the strong argument of
our reasonable prices. To-day is the
day to prove it.   ('n.i..
Maundrell Meat Market
Wo handle  Premier Hamn and  Bacon
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   COMPANY
ATTEND Tin.
Provincial Exhibition at New Westminster
October 12th to 16th. 1909
Only $12.35 Return.    Good Until Oct. 20th
TICKETS ON BALE OCT, 8tu TO I6111. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
Zbc flfeafMbcvalb,
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND
HATUBDAY   Al
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jnterior publfsbfng (tompang,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
IndudiiiK portage tn Kngland, Unitod suuh
autl Canada.
Bt the rear [through pui-torllcrl    92*50
Half       "        " "      1-50
yunru-r - " "     l.iw
j )B   HINTING promptly exeouted at reason*
able rales.
rEBkLS—Oaah.   Subscriptions payable in ad
Vance.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal notices 10 cents per line tW InBertion,
5 cents per line each subsequent Insertion
Measurementi Sonpariel |i- lines make one
inchj. Store and general business announcements |3.su prr Inch per month.
Preferred positions, ^ per cent, ad*
ditiiuaL l&ctbb, Marriages ami Deaths,
■ <c   each  Inncrl inn.
Land noticed ?;.."■" All advertisements
^uijjtct to thu upproval ol ilu; management,
Wanted ami Condensed Advertisements:
w. u-ft Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations
vi.mt.-d, ^ii ual ion- Vacant. Toaehurs
Wanted. Mechanic* Wanted, m words or
- :-,. each additional line m cent*
Changes In standing advertisements must
twin by 9 ft, m. Tuesday and Kruluj of
etch week lo secure good display.
i OHREUPONDENCE Invitod oo matters ol
public Intorent. Communications to Kdi-
tor niu«t be accompanied hy name of
writer, oot necessarily fo  publication! ll111
rhould bt* brief.
Correspondence
Fine Residence s";
FOR   SALE
,i desirable quarter on Third
.reel at a bargain 12 rooms
and bath room, all modern improvements, furnace, large
basement.     Reasonable terms can be arranged.
PRICE $4,500
S"      Drt«—,«J   U«..~,>   extra warm  and well tin-
ix-noomed House iShed, on Fifth street
modern plumbing.    Terms to suit a good purchaser.
PRICE $3,400
Eight-Roomed House fo^To^
plumbing.    I erms to meet purchaser,        PRICE $2,600
I 11K    I'ARTIl I I. \KS   AI'PU    TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
THE MINES
H
ARVKY, MeCAKTEK
AND PINKHAM,
BAKBlBrHRH, BULICITUKS, KTC.
Ornate :   Imi-kkial Hank BUILDING lUvm.-
STOKK, B.C,
Money to loan. „
Offices: Kevolrtoke, B I .    I ranbrook, B. t.
Oko. a. McCaktkk
^. M.   PlNKUAM J. A.  HiKVBV.
Bevelstoke, Cranbrook. li. C.
w
1LL1AM I. BK1UGS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor for;—
Thk Canadian Bank of Commkbck,
Thk Molsons Bank, Ktc.
FIHST ST.,   -   KEVELSTOKE, B.C,
often heard these ilitys, anil the
putting into the effect of the idea
oryatalliBed in the cry would do
much to cure many iif the ills that
men suffer from and would greatly
add tu material prosperity. John
Oliver, member for Delta, in a
recent interview, stated that the
prosperity of the province was being
seriously retarded because between
eighty and ninety per cent, of its
present population are dwellers in
cities, and his advice, and it was
full of wisdom, was for people to
get out on farms.
iiOBEKT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
Engineering
MiKk.nzik Avenue,
box 100, Kevklstuke
E. A.   HAGGEN
Mining Engineer
Revelstoke, B. U.
Mem. American Institute Mining
tngineers
Mem. tan, Miu, lust.
Examinations   ami  Reports   un   Mines,
aud Mining Investments a specialty.
Blue Prints supplied uf plans of Land,
Minks ami Timbkk.
Cable Address—"Kanagan," Kevelstoke
Codes—Moreing and Keill, Bedford McNeill, Weaiern Union, Uluiign.
C.  W.   O   W.
Mountain View Camp. Ho. UB
■Iteeti Second .uid Fourth Wodlliwdaf
MCb month, in Selkirk Halt   VialtUi
men cordially Invited to anuuil.
jiHIs' CARLSON, Con. Com
J. .U.1.V1 VltK. Clerk.
In
Wood
RUVELSTOKE AERIE No, 42.1
F. O. E.
TI,. regnlat meeting. «re beld in the Belklrlj
Ball eierj Toesdaj! »>oiiiuk "v '• °'1
o'clock.   Vliltlna brathraucurdiRlly u'vitea.
UCloca.     <""0"-j    V.^^H.   I'BEHIUKNT.
W E. MoLAOCHUN.BBOBSTAM.
Kootenay Lodgo. No. IB, A F
Tbe r0(111 Uir meet-
Inn urn b"Ui in iho
.MAS11M1 TEMPLE
Oddfellows H»»ii. on
the third Monday In
munili
tiiiftbroili
wel
me
.m. VUHinsb
an    curd it*Ily
A.  I'Ki^TNIKK. 3BCMTABY.
8KLKIRK LODGE 12, I. O.O. K.
Meet- ovary Tliur-
duy oveiiitu: In Selkirk HttlUiAo'i lock
__   Visiting brethren aro
ttend.
cordtsilj iutH'-
ALHtHT ABMAS. N.i*.
JAS   MATHIK.-k*
i
T   f
Gold Range Lodgo, K ol P.
No   26,  Revelstoke, B C.
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each moi        i iddlell h ■
Hail    at    a    i .-, ick.     v failing
.....v. ■      i ordlally  -.-.-:-•• i_.
m;th i   '
a ii bbo k\k ol it a b
J    h   DI UTT   M. ol K.
THE MAIL SERVICE
The mail service to which Revelstoke has been treated of late has
been a disgrace to the postal department. The hours of clearing
the boxes make no provision for
the late mail east and the early
morning mail west. Many people
have been in the habit of posting
their mail at the station to catch
the lirst trains, but it is now stated
the only trains which cleared the
Htation boxes were 9li and 1)7.
While the public have been under
the fond delusion that their mail
has been hurrying to its destination
the truth has been that it was still
in the station boxes which were so
lilled to overflowing they would
hold no more. Then the conditions
at the local postoffice have been
most unsatisfactory. We have seen
letters stamped showing they had
been received here nearly a month
before they were delivered to the
addresses and being of a public
character, considerable unpleasantness to parties concerned in the
correspondence resulted.
little   delay   as   possible  in    this
matter.
It has been suggested that the
delay has been due to consideration
of the vested interests of these
express companies, but the interest
of the Canadian people must supersede any such considerations.
Indeed, this matter of express rates
is one in which the PoBtal Department has failed in its duty. Parcel
post rates have been regulated iB
one in which the Postal Department has failed in its duty. Parcel
post system should have been
adopted in Canada before now.
It has been conducted so as to give
the public the best service at the
lowest cost. The Postal Department of Canada is now adopting
the principle, but this is not
enough. It could very well assume
the duties which the express companies perform and that at a very
great saving and convenience to the
public as well as putting an end to
the highway robbery that has been
going on in this direction.
SETTLING THE LAND
Tributary to Revolstoke are 15,-
000 acres of Land which, as soon
as the timber is off, will be available for settlement. There is no
land in British Columbia better
adapted to certain kinds of fruitgrowing, vegetable and poultry
farming, potato culture, and dairying. The latter industry is one
that ehould take an important
place in this the Columbia  Valiey.
The Dominion Government very
properly have adopted the principle of smaller holdings by cutting
down the surveyed lots from IliO
acres to 40 acres, and as they have
had their purveyors through the
valley subdividing tbe land accordingly, as soon as the timber is off
it will be available for settlement.
When we look at the ltiO acre
holdings round tbe city, and lind
the land for the most part still in
its wild state and unimproved,
then-could lie no better illustration of the folly of 160 acre sec-I
tions, unless tbey could be placed
in the hands of people who would '
clear up and improve the bulk of
the areas held by them,
Forest land i- costly to clear and
BOOSTING REVELSTOKE
The fact that within a few days
practically $1000 bus been subscribed by the citizens of Revelstoke for the advertising of this
city is one of which the Hoard of
Trade, who promoted the scheme,
rave reason to be proud. There is
no surer sign that Kevelstoke is
throwing off her swaddling clothes
and forging ahead to ber place in
tbe cities of the west. The narrow,
picayunish ideas of the past are
being left in the background am
the people are taking on new hope, there are few men who care to unrenewed energy, and a virile spirit dertake the clearing of more than
of progress which is n credit to the a few acree. For the average set-:
city, Revelstoke can make good, tier ten acres of tiie land around
and will do so i i Bpite ol the clogs her- i leared and in cultivation is
on the wheels of progress of the ample for the profitable employ-
iltle Revelstokers who .in- never ment oi bimsell and family. When
done croaking like the frogs they it is considered that i ten u re Bei -
imitate. tion in British I olumbia will yield
lievelstoke  will   be   beard from   more than  a  hundred   and  sixty
henceforth.      Now   that our lands - tbi I
an-about to I"- settled up, new in-  of atteo    ing I     ettle B i     forest
dustries   are   being   promulgated conditi
business   enterprise   i   ta   ng on a   pra ••   - -■.:•■    lenl
more aggressive atl I idi   lhe future itor .i ..
oi   Revelsloke   has   never been   o Go ernmi theareasnow
assured,   and   that    assurance os< I      t tbe 1 ma fide  settler
generally   recognised       rhe    fa in   r< -     hal the pro-
that   there   i- not n ml bousi   posed   in  tal on     a fair and   rea
speaks volumes   for   the growth of soi      e one osei
The Crow's Neet Coal Co. upends
annually in wages and haa expended
in rush nn capital aoeount since operations begun, over $5,000,000. The
daily output at present is 3,000 tons
ol coal a day, a considerable portion ol
which goes into coke. Eliaa lingers,
president ol the company, says that in
three years, provided the Government
will cooperate, the company will he
spending $5,01X1,000 a yasr in wages
besides adding considerably to its
plant.
A gold dredge is working lhe Lardeau Hiver near (lolilliill.
Reports that the C.P.R. are arranging a purohase ol the Dunsmuir
coal rights on Vancouver Island, and
are generally credited
lt is slated that W 0. Young lias
bonded the Lanark mine, eaat of lllecillewaet. He went to Albert Canyon
on Thursday with a view to arranging
lor development work.
Ou his last trip out Irom the Big
Bend mica country J. F. Moodie
brought out a crystal weighing 80
lbs., and of line quality ol mica,
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Declaration of Householders
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
all householders within the Municipality wishing to have his or her name
inserted on the Voters' List for the
City for the yeai- 1010 must make a
declaration before a Justice of the
Peace or other ollieer entitled to take
such declaration, and the same must
he handed in to the City Clerk's ofli.-i-
on or before 5 p.m. ou October 31st
next.
Forms of   Declaration   can  be  oh
tained at the City Clerk's ollice.
Revelstoke, 11. O., Sept. 23rd, 1900,
B. A. LAWSON,
Cily Clerk.
GALT COAL!
Orders left with Andrew Davidson,
who is handling the (ia lt Ooal for
me, or at my laundry ollice will
have prompt attention. oc 2 -It
J. C. HUTCHISON
UNION HOTEL
A lllli i VII HAD, B.C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men anil touristH. Pirst-elasi sample
rooms, finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
population and development
industrial life of tin- i
Zbc flDaiUlberalb
BAT! It 1 > \ Y. OCT,
1000
It in a pity the little Revelstok-
ere who are opposing Ibe power bylaw today could not iiud some
secluded spol wbere their miserable
soult1 might lind consolation in
eacb other's | essimism,
Revelatoke it entering on her
growing time and the big, broad-
minded men of the city are going
to lead the van, with the best
element ol citlteruhip lo the
front of the fighting line of progress.
Revelstoke affords a magnificent
opening for some new industries,
cuch as a Hour mill, an iron foundry, machine sliupH, a box factory,
and if the manufacture of wood alcohol from mill waste is a success
a better location than Revelstuke
could not be found lor the industry.
The Trail News rays.—"Getback
to the land," is a shibboleth thai is
• ■• lement in : preventing lhe land
• ■ ng   monopo ised   and   beld   in
. irge irea ect lation
lin-   land  around   Revelstol •
lorting i popula I oi
 00 people ind  il   i    noi   im-
another  ien
will  Bee - < li :i condition rea
j eat   trouble   with    British
■; bia >  the  over-ci   -
incouvi    md other i ities     '■■•,,,
da   ■ here will be i rea< tion    ■-
■    Bai -. i" the Land1   •
lake hold ol the people,
ou • polii      il    i nd setl lemenl
vital i" the progress of any
munil j      I In- clearing of the lan-i
by   up*to date   methods   and   iti
letl lemei I ih one of  the  heel iign«
of lhe times
EXPRESS i I IA in. I.lin-  evidence given   befori
Railway   Commission  bs
thai the express ser ii es are
better than a legalized   bold-
the people ol I lanad i    ind
disappointment hat   been  fell
the public thai th mmissioi
not taken the vigorous action that
the exposures ol their rates and
system ol i apita lisation wo rr-, nted.
The Winnipeg Telegram says ol tin-
subject.—
"The Railway < loinmlssion, under
Chsirman Mabee, ba^ already done
some promising work in the regulation of  the express companies,
Its work up to the present time has
however, been largely confined to
individual grievances. The big task,
the real taSK, lies in dealing with
the grievances of the general public, grievances which had their
origin in licensed monopoly withoul the restricting Influence of
competition or public control."
If it iH the difficulty ol arriving
at a basic system of regulating
rates that hah caused the delay in
reliel being given to the public
there is of course some excuse for
lhu Commission having so far failed
to make the announcement expected of  it in   regard   to  express
rates, but  the  commissioners  are   ,,,,,,„„,,„„, ,,,,
expected lo do their duty with atl the e»*t auoli es w
StatMAAMOo itrf
toi,   <frA*OLk\UiAltud
\rcr< |oLvrm<n€tto. CU
r-UvpcUA, jUrv oamui view*
C. B. Hume Sr Co.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Ml     '        -»d for nil cl*****! of Ibnlldtnfi
CEMENT AND LIME POR SALE
EIRE  CLAY AND EIRE  BRICKS
.*r*n oi   ■• -    intntlttti
*i the lowe-i prlot   ' r   ub
\    t    ■ ■ -if bal idiom sodjp i   ■      |
Qodtrtakta
September
Winners
These   are    the    numbers   that
entitled you to a 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,
liaeh 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,
yon 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 Hour—not merely different, but superior.
MANUFAOTDHED  BY
Vancouver Milling &
Grain Co., Lid.
VANCOUVER,       -       B.C.
For Fall Planting
Bulbs from the Best European
and Japan Growers.
Homegrown fruit and ornamental
trees, grown on upland soil without irrigation in the only part of
the American continent not infested with the San Jose scale—
Garden, Field and Flower Beedf—
Tested stock from the beet growers in the world—Wire fencing
and Un tec—Spray pumps, Fertilizers, lice Supplies, Cut fllowcrs,
Spraying materials, etc.—White
labor only.—New 157 page Catalogue tree
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   B. C.
Branch Nursery      -      South Vancouver
NORTH VANCOUVER
When you  visit  the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop  at  the
NORTH VANCOUVER HOTEL
I'KTK lyARSON, I'koiv
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisine
48a31 Delightful Scenery
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, CignrB,Tobaooo,
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinds neatly carried ou
Bicycle and Gun work aspeeially
Kstimali-s gfven on nny class
of work.
Front    Street.
For Sale
Under instructions from clients I
have tn offer for sale Ihe following
desirable residential properties:
1. Residence   and   three   lots on
McKe /.ie Avenue.
2. Residence with lot and one-half
frontage on McKen/.io Ave.
3. Residence   and   two   lot-    on
Fifth Street.
4. Two good building lots with 50
feet frontage  on   McKenzie
Avenue.
5. Rooming House, (IG rooms) on
Fourth Street.
Terms  to suit purchasers.    For
prices and particulars applv to
W. I. BRIGGS,
Solicitor,
sep 11  lm       Kirst St., Revelstoke.
WANTED!
S00 More Orders for Winter
Vegetables
Why pay Iwo prices for your winter
wauls when by sending direct to I lie
producer you can purchase a! Ilrsl cost.
We are non quoting as follows;
Potatoes 60o. a hundred
Turnips, Beats and Carrots 60c.
a hundred
Cabbage 7 5c. a hundred
Onions $1.50 a hundred
Tomatoes,  Squat h  and Pumpkins 2c. a pound
AI. I   OHOIUS I MUI I I I.I.V  I II. 1.1. II
S. M. McGUIRE.
Ceneral Merchant,     •     Salmon Arm
sep 22 l in
NOTIOE TO CONTRACTORS
Government Oskuic, Nakuhp.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender fur Government Ollice and
Police Quui-lei-s," will be received by
the Honourable the Minister of Public
Works up to noon ol' Thursday, lhe
281 Inlay of October, 1IK1II, I'm-the election anil completion ol' a Government
Otlice ami Police Quillters at Nakusp,
B. 0.
Plans, specifications, contract and
tonus of tender may be seen on and
after the 27th day of September* 1009,
at the ollice of the Government Agenl
al Nelson; lhe Government Agent at
Revelsloke; Government Agent,Kaslo;
ibe Mining Recorder at Nakusp, and
at the Department of Public Works,
Victoria, ti. O.
Karii proposal must he accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certiti-
uale of deposit on a chartered bankol'
Canada, made pawilile lo the lion, the
Minister of Public Works, lor a sum
equivalent to tun per cenl. of the
amount of Un- tender, whioh shall bu
forfeited if the party tendering decline
to enter into einlracl when called
upon to do so, or if he full lo complete
lhe work contracted for. Ine cheques
or certificates of deposit of nisiiBces:-
fill tenderers will be returned uitheni
upon the execution i I lie contract,
Tenders will nut he considered unless inadu nil on I'n !'>i in- 'upplli d,
signed wilh tlieauiuai siguaiuiu ,a Lhe
tenderer, and enclosed iu the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
K. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Dep.utnient,
Victoria, B.C., September 80th, IIHI9.
oct 0
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, M. K. Lawson,
of Revelstokt-.occupation housekeeper,
intent to apply foi permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing al a post planted at
lhe southeast corner of Lot 8(108 and
marked "Jl. K. Lawson's northwest
corner posl," thence 111 chains soulh:
thence IU chains west; thence20 chains
norlh; Ihence 21) chains east; thence 211
chains north to line of Lot 81108; thence
along said line lo place of commencement.
MINNIE K. LAWSON.
Dated Sept. 7ili, 1IKI1I. sep 8
NOTICE
llevelsloke Land Distiict.
Distiict ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that A. W. Dickinson,
of Arrowhead,occupation l^umliermau,
intends to apply for permission lo purchase the following desorlbed lands;
Commencing at a post planted near
the north-east corner of Lot 7066 and
marked A. W. Dickinson's N. W. C,
thence south 411 chains, east 411 chains,
north 40 chains to lake shore, theuce
west 40 chains following lake shore to
place of commencement.   '
A. W. DICKINSON.
Date Aug. 10th, 1000.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thai Nels Bodine, of
Trout Lake, li. O, occupation Miner,
intends to apply for permission lo purchase the following described land:
Commencing al  a post planted on
the north shore ol'Trout Lake between
Huskies aud American points and
about four miles from the loot of the
Ijike and marked lhe S. 10. corner
posl, thenee 20 chains north, thence
20 chains 'vest or to Lake Shore, thence
following the l_ake shore to point of
commencement.
Located this 25th day of August, 1000.
sep 8 OOd      NELS BODINE, Locator.
A. PRADOLINI,  -  REVELSTOKE
The lolly of local people buying
their house fnmiahings ami litt.ingn
(rom i-Hiiem department, stores wst
evidenced tbla week from a  shipment
we saw    in   which  the   furniture   hid
ben badly iinaabetl about by tbo time
it wss delivered to tbe purchaser nere
It is a pity that people  owning    I heir
homes and Interested lo the oity   wid
not take (he trouble to compire   loos I
prices   belore,   acmling   eaat.       Tbey
would lind they could  save money   by
spending their  money  at   li imo,  per - '
tonally isleotlng the articles they   require aiHitring Hitlistaction with tbem,  '
besides being   froe   from   the  risk   of i
having their goods damaged  hy tho
In qiinnl handling of   abipmunta   from
I
-rrma-3
I
''91 Ml*
SLICKERS
wear well
and they keep you
dry while you are
wearina them
SOLD BY THE
BEST DEALERS
EVERYWHERE
loon Cmuhw fliuii (.towint. Co ut foiimn.Cti
The Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.
(STEGER   SYSTEM)
CAPITALIZATION $100,000 IN SHARES OF $1.00 EACH, FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
The people of I!. C, are gradually awakening to the fact lhat a vast amount
of capital, lhat should 1><: k«-j>t in circulation at home, is now being sent
abroad. For instance in the construction uf the Dominion Trust Building,
the new sky scraper, now being erected in Vancouver, bricks were imported
from Si. Louis, at a cost of $76 per thousand laid down in Vancouver, and yet the Steger System Silica Brick is Successfully
Competing with this self sume hi ick, in the market at St. Louis,
today, We can manufacture the Steger Brick as cheaply in Vancouver,
is any portion ol the United States; consequently we have a margin of
Twenty-two and one-half per cent, duty and high
Transportation Charges to eliminate competition. Can you see
any money making possibilities in uur proposition?
We are u<ii seeking large capitalists for ourproposi ion, to freeze oui the
small shareholder, Experience Iws shown that all stable enterprises, even
to the Government, are founded upon and supported hy the people. The
Pennsylvania Railroad Company is composed of 45,000 shareholders and
this company is one of the lu-st paying and most successful enterprises in
the business world today. Our proposition is founded upon one of the
most staple articles in use Bricks. We Know what we can manufacture for. We Know the enormous price being paid at the present
time for inferior bricks, We Know the large market now awaiting us,
and the contractors and architects Know the excellence of our bricks,
because many of them h ive used our bricks in the United Slates.
What's the Answer?
Al.l.  OK   AI-liKI.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Fiscal Agent. REVELSTOKE. B.C.
■ THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Revelstoke Electoral District
TAKE NOTICE that I have received an objeotion in writing to ynur
name lieing retained on the List of Voters for the Revelstoke Electoral Dis-
ti-ict, on one or more of the following grounds; That the person objected to i.s
dead; that he ceased for a period of six months next before the holding of the
Court lo reside in such Electoral District; that he is not, under the provisions
of the Act, qualified to vote; that he was not so qualified to vote when his
name was placed on the Register of Voters.
NAME OF PEltSON
OBJECTED To
RESIDENCE or' PERSON
llll.l Kl THII TO
PROFESSION, TRADE
llll I'AI.I.IMl
Allan, Garland T,
Anderson, Andrew J.
Anderson, Wallace
Anderson, Andrew ,1.
Anderson, Oscar Y.
A ri list long, John Wilson
Armstrong, Robert
Armstrong, Henry V.
Armstrong, jr., Robert
Atchison, John
Babb, Predk. T.
Hanks, Hiram II.
Hunks. William S.
Barber, William
Barrett, Joseph
Harry, Frank
Beaton, John II.
Bell, Ceo. ]•'.
Bethune, Percy Stafford
Itiggs, Reuben
Hilton, Peter M.
Black, John King
Hlarl, Joseph
Hlawrtt, W. J.
Hoilt-au, Alfred
Bovd, Geo.
Boyd, Daniel Allan
Bradley, William (lily
Branford, Edgar John
Bridger, Robert J.
Brown, Hugh A.
Brown, Frank O.
Burgess, Henry II.
Cameron, Kwcn D.
Campbell, John A.
Campbell, Walter K.
Campbell, Geo. B.
Campbell, Angus
Camozzi, S.
Carlson, Andrew
Caron, O. Fortuna
Carson, William Henry
Carlvle, Leonard 1_.
Carr, William George
Carr, Percy A.
Casson, Henry
Chambers, William A.
Chartratiit. Yldaize
Cbartier, Telesphoro
Christie, Herbert Geo.
Cbristophersou, Carl
Christison, Robert Ii.
Clarke, Russell I).
Clark, Geo. Rupert
Clark, Geo. M.
Clark, Anthony C.
Clark, Hurtt
Clarke, David D.
Clark, Abraham E.
Clark, Charles
Clegg, John
Cole Charles
Couglilan, Fred
Coy, Charles
Crawford. Alexander
Crawford, John A,
Croft, John
Crowle, S. D.
Davidson, James
DeRose, Philip
Dcvonport, James
Donovan, Michael f.
Doyle. Hurry
Defour. Felix
Dyer. John
l-'ilwanls. Frederic!.
Kgau. Thomas
Eisner, Norman
Entwistle, Richard
Fish, Arthur llcnn
Fleishman, A. A.
Fluke. Alfred
Fowler. Walter
Fraser. Clifford
Fraser, Aimis
Fraser, Aaro'tl
Fraser, Malcolm
Fulton, James G.
Fulton, Edwin R.
Olbb, I'eter F.
Goldsmith, George
Graham, J. Mr.
Graham, Tims. Jas.
Greenwood. Maurice
Grue, Amos
Guthrie. William
Harlow Henry
Haywarii, William A,
iluvward, Fred
High, George W.
Hill, Charles
Hold, AlexamV-f
Hopkins, William li. •
lloulaliau, T. J.
Howell, James
Ives, Thomas A.
Jenison, Arthur R.
Jensen, Christian A
Johnson, George
Johnson, Robt. li.
Jones, Kenneth M.
Jones, Stanley A.
Julian, Mike
Kane, Wilfred J,
Kane, R. A.
Kelly, Thomas
Kenwarit, Alfred
Kennedy, D. J.
Kimberley, Edward
I.ude, Vinceul F.
bade, Jiunes A.
Eangill, Roller!
I.angcll, Joshua
i.awreni-e, Frederick W.
Euwreiice, James
Eeonard, William
Lepine, Edgar
Ecvir, Philip
Lewis, E. II.
Lindsay, John W.
I,nmli, Pearson A.
MiicDouald, Wilfrid J.
MucDonald, Roderick
MacKen/.ie, D. G,
Madden, Henry P.
Maddex, Ruben J.
Magee, John
Mnilloux, J. E.
Mann, Edward A,
March, Charles
Mauohe, A. L.
Mctherall, Hcccher
Miller, William
Montgomery, Angus
Morgun, Frank S.
Morrison, John
Morrison, John 0.
Moulton, William
Mowry, Wellington S,
Mowry, William
Munro, Robert G.
Murdock, Jas. C.
Murkar, John
Murphy, Robert
Murrny, Kohl. G.
Murray, Alex, B,
Mi-Adam, Alex,
McCaffrey, Chas,
McCnllum, Angus
McCalluiii, John N,
McOlure, Hugh
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Heat on
Kevelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelsloke
Kevelstoke
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowbead
Revelsloke
Revelstoke
Kevelsloke
Beaton
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Camborne
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Beaton
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Beaton
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Camborne
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Beaton
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Wigwam
Arrowhead
Arrow-head
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Beaton
Arrowhead
KcvelstoKc
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Beaton
Kevelstoke
Kevelstoke
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Oamborne
Beaton
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Beaton
Goldlields
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
llevelsloke
Kevelstoke
Oamborne
Goldlields
llevelsloke
Onnihorne
Kevelstoke
Oamborne
Camborne
Camborne
Arrowheail
llevelsloke
Revelatoke
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Goldlields
Kevelstoke
Kevelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Beaton
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
St. Leon
Oamborne
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Oamborne
Goldlields
Oamborne
Beaton
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Kmp
Engineer
Mechanic
Blackbiiiith
Sawyer
Parmer
.Machinist
.Machinist
Dining Car
Machinist
Laborer
Bushman
Logger
Lumberman
Machinist
Laborer
Fireman
Laborer
Butcher
Clerk
Laborer
Millwright
Clerk
Teamster
Miner
Lumberman
Rancher
Engineer
Traiisittiian
Freighter
Lumberman
Cigar Manf.
Merchant
Fireman
Lumberman
Teamster
Miner
Railway Cont.
Filer
Merchant
Laliorer
Miner
Carpenter
Engineer
Brakeman
Brakeman
Lumberman
Clerk
Mill mu n
Shovelman
Rancher
Laborer
Farmer
Despatcher
Miner
Carpenter
Clerk
Bushman
Trainman
Carpenter
Clerk
Shoemaker
Carpenter
Millmaii
Lumberman
Freighter
Freighter
Miner
Rancher
Engineer
Miner
C. P. R. Shops
C. V. R, Agent
Grader
Scaler
Lumberman
Lumberman
Lumberman
Steam fitter
Coppersmith's lip
Machinist Hpr.
Trav. Salesman
Lumberman
Deckhand
Tel. Operator
Carpenter
Lumberman
Engineer
Machinist
Lumberman
Waiter
Miner
Clerk
Bridge Carpenter
Lumberman
Laborer
Clerk
Plasterer
Laborer
Lumberman
Blacksmith
Lumberman
Lumberman
Pipefitter
Miner
Lumberman
Waiter
Clerk
Fireman
Miner
Carpenter
Bookkeeper
Bushman
Laborer
.Master Mariner
Laborer
Lumberman
Engineer
Miner
('arpenter
Miner
Miner
Miller
Lumberman
Gentleman
Tinsmith
Laliorer
Lumberman
.Miner
lusur. Agent
Tel. Operator
Machinist
Machinist
Carpenter
'Dnin. lix. Agent
Accountant
Lumberman
Carpenter
S. S. Agent
Millmaii
Brakeman
Tel. Operator
Laborer
Carpenter
Lumberman
Clerk
Lumberman
Dentist
Lumberman
Machinist
Fireman
Laliorer
Miner
Machinist
Lumberman
Miner
Contractor
Laborer
Teamster
Lumberman
Carpenter
Lumberman
McDermid, Hngh 0.
McGowan, Robert
Mcintosh. Duncan A.
Mclsaac, Dougold D.
McLaughlin. Morlej   T.
McLennan, John D.
McLeod. John
McLeod, Angus
McLeod, George F.
McLeod, Archie
McPherson, Jame- D.
N'ahrsted, Henry.
Neal, Frederick K.
Olson, I'eter
Page, Thomas II.
Parker. Robert
Partelon, Roy M.
Paul, Edward
Peppard. Lawrence
pparcl, Aubrey S.
Persson, Gustave
Perry, Joseph
Peterson, August
l'oirier. Hector
Pombert, George
Ralph, Samuel S.
[temond, Gabriel
Richard, William S.
Robertson, D. J.
Robinson, Geo. S.
Rosaignol, John
Rossworin, Wesley A.
Sadler, George ll.
Sammonds, Fredk, J.
Saii.lhain, W. A.
Sangstcr. George
Shaver. Henri- A.
Shaw,John
Shaw, John J.
Shaw, John V.
Smith. Peter J.
Solicit*, Frank
Soucie. Andrew
Spurling. John E.
Stewart. Fred W.
Stevens, Robert
Stewirt, Geo. A.
Sunnier. George
Sutherland, John J.
Taylor, Stephen
Thorn, George
Weir, Edward
Weir, E.
Wharton, J. II.
Whiff en, Frank li.
Wickens, W. K.
Widdicombe, John
Wilson, William T.
Wilder, Frank
Wills, Alfred
Williams, Henry.
Wood, John A.
Wood. J. A.
Woodland, James J.
Wright, Merritt B.
Zschiedrich, Charles
Zschiedrich, Ernest C.
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowbead
Kevelstoke
Comaplix
('oniaplix
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Arrowheail
Beaton
Kevelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelsloke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Oamborne
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Oamborne
Halls Landing
Halcyon
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Camborne
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Lumberman
Millman
Miner
Bridge Carpenter
Lumberman
Conductor
Miner
Miner
Barber
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Fireman
Miner
Merchant
Miner
Fireman
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Laborer
Lumberman
Planerinaii
Miner
Captain
Carpenter
.Miner
Master Mariner
Cook
Lumberman
Lumberman
rianerinun
Storekeeper
Miller
Miner
Farmer
Teamster
Laliorer
Despatcher
Bushman
Barber
Carpenter
Bridgmau
Electrician
Olerk
Lumberman
Civil Engineer
Miner
Timekeeper
Machinist
Machinist
Laborer
Lumberman
Fireman
Carpenter
Ledger-keeper
Clerk
Lumberman
Teamster
Butcher
Freight Clerk
Clerk
Bartender
Mill Foreman
Lumberman
Laborer
Lumberman
AND TAKE NOTIOE that at the Court of Revision to be held on the 1st
day of November, 1900, at Court House, Revelstoke, B. C. at 111 o'clock ill the
forenoon I shall hear and determine the same, and unless you, or some other
Provincial voter, on your behalf, satisfies ine that said objection is not well founded, I shall strike your name of the said Register.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1909.
Ii. EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters for Revelstoke Electoral District.
By-law No..
A BY-LAW TO  AUTHORISE
the borrowing by the Municipal
Council  of   the Corporation   of
lhe City of Revelstoke   of   the
sum   of   Eightv-nine  Thousand
($80,000) Dollars for the purpose
of making permanent improvements to and enlarging the capacity of the electric light and
power plant of the City.
Whereas in the interest of the  Cily
it is deemed necessary and expedient
that such work be done without delay.
And Whereas it is necessary for the
purpose aforesaid to raise hy way  of
debentures a loan of $K(l,000.00.
And Whereas a petition has I een
presented to the Municipal Council of
the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke signed by the assessed owners of
at least one-tenth in value of the real
property within the City of Revelstoke
as shown on the last revised Assessment Roll of said City, requesting that
a Bylaw be introduced for the purpose
of authorising the borrowing by said
Corporation of lhe sum of Eighty-
Nine Thousand Dollars for the purpose
above mentioned.
And Whereas the whole amount of
the ratable property within the said
City of Revelstoke according to the
last Revised Assessment Roll of Unsaid City of Revelstoke is the sum of
$1,498,488.60.
And Whereas it will be necessary to
raise annuallv by special rate hutllc-
Jent therefor the sum of $6,888.00 for
paying the said debt and interest thereon.
Now, Therefore, Ihe Municipal
Council ol the Corporation of tho City
of Kevelstoke in open meeting assembled, enacts as follows:—
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of Ihe Corporation of the City of Kevelsloke for the purpose and with tlie
object aforesaid lo borrow on llie
credit of Hu- Municipality hy way of
debentures hereinafter mentioned from
any person, persons, lirni, body or
bodies corporate) who may be willing
to advance the same us a loan, a niiiii
of money, not exceeding in lhe whole
Ihe sum of Eighty-nine Thousand
Dollars and lo cause all such sums so
raised or received Io be paid into the
hands of lhe Treasurer of the Corporation of the City of Kevelstoke.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said Corporation of the Cily of
Revelstoke to cause any numlier of du-
lientures to Ih- made, executed and issued for such sum or sums as may he
required for the purpose and object
aforesaid, not exceeding, however, the
sum of Eighty-nine Thousand Dollars.
Such debentures shall tie of the denomination of One Thousand Dollars
each and all such debentures sbnll  be
sealed with the seal of the Corporation
of the City of Revelstoke and signed
hy the Mayor and Clerk thereof.
8, The said debentures shall bear
the date of 10011, and shall
be payable in Twenty-live years from
the said dale in lawful money of Canada, at the ofllce of the Molsons Bank
ut Kevelsloke aforesaid, which said
place of payment shall be designated
ny the said debentures, and shall havo
attached tn Ihem coupons for the payment of interest, and the signature to
the interest coupons may be either
written, printed, stamped or lithographed.
4. The said debentures shall bear
nterest at the rate of five per cent
(5;,) per srnum from tbe date thereof
which interest shall be paid semi-annually at the offlce of the Molsons
Bank at Revelstoke aforesaid in lawful
money of Canada on the day
of and on the day of
respectively in each and every year
during the currency thereof, and it
shall he expressed in said debentures
and coupons to be so payable.
5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of
the said Corporation to negotiate and
sell the said debentures or any of them
for less than par, but In no case shall the
said debentures or any of Ihem be sold
for less than Ninety-two and one half
per centum (92 1-2) of the face value including the cost of sale and brokerage
and all other necessary expenses.
6- There shall be levied and raised in
each year during the currency of said
debentures the sum of Four thousand
four hundred and fifty ($4450 00) Dollars
for the payment of interest and Two
thousand four hundred and thirty eight
dollars and sixty cents ($2438.ft)) for
tin- payment of the said debt under the
said debentures by a special rate sufficient
therefor on all tbe ratable real property
in the said Municipality.
7. lt shall be lawful for Ibe Municipal
Council of the said Municipality lo repurchase any ol the said debentures
upon such terms as may be agreed upon
with the legal holder or holders thereof,
either al the lime of sale or at any subsequent time, and all ilebenlures so repurchased shall be forthwith cancelled
or destroyed and no reissue of debentures
shall lie made in consequence of such repurchase.
)i. This by-law shall take effect on and
after lhe     ' day of , A.D., 1909.
9. This by-law shall before the final
(Hissing thereof receive the assent ol the
ratepaycrs of the corporation according
to the provisions of and in lhe manner
prescribed by the Municipal Clauses Act.
Rend a lirst time Uiis 24th dav of September, 1909.
Read a second lime this 24th day of
September, 1909.
Read a third time
September, 1909, and
unanimous consent nf the Council
Received the assent ol lhi- electors 111
day of 1909.
Reconsidered adopted ami finally pn
sell lhe Council the    ,
1909.
Citv Clerk,
this   2-llh day of
passed  with the
dav of
,M.i
TAKE NOTICU lhat   the   above   is a
true copy ol lhe   proposed   Hy-law upon
which the vote of Uu- Municipality will
be taken Bt the CiU Clerk's Office, City
Hall, corner of Second Street and Mc
Ken/ie Avenue, Revelstoke, H C, on
Saturdav, October 9th., 1909, between
the hours ol Nine o'clock, a tn. and
Seven o'clock p   in.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Clerk of the Municipal Council.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend In make
application to the Superintendent, ol
Provincial Police lor a transfer ol retail liquor license of lhe Lardeau Hotel, Comaplix, now held by mo lo 11.
M. Evans.
Dated Sept. 20th, 11)011.
Jos.  Dumont.
NOTICE
Take notice that one month after
date wc intent) to apply to the Superintendent of Provinolal I'ollco for pur-
mission lo transfer licence now held
by us for the Lakeview Hotel, Arrowhead, to Chapman Ac Irwin.
Dated Ocl. 1st, num.
oct 2 im      Plumton * chapman.
YOUR   DOLLAR
will come hack to you if you spend it
at home. It is gone for ever if you
send It 10 tho Mall Order House. A
glance through our advertising columns will give you an idea wbere it
will buy the most,
THE POULTRY YARD
Winter Egg Production-Some
Useful Hints
MKTIIODS Ol' HOUSING.
There has gradually conic about a
great change ill methods of housing
poultry. This change has tal.cn the
form of opening up the houses more and
more for fresh air and sunlight, and it
has resulted in very great gain ill the
health and vigor of lhe stock nud better
success iii poultry keeping. Practically
all the houses I have seen around here
are fresh air houses. Dull a few years
ago, it was considered essential that    llie
poultry houses should In- light and warm
Poultry writers urged that lo stimulate
summer conditions as far as possible was
the besi way lu promote c.ck production
In winter, Bul ideas of poultrymeii are
continually changing, 'flu- introduction
of the t-iiilaiu-frout house about 1893,
was the first step iu opening up llie
houses to fresh air and sunlight. Ileus
do not like loo dose confinement, and
the fact of their haying been iu the cooler air during the daytime seemed to
make lhe fowls less affected by the colder air during the night. But the curtain-front house has given way to the
open-front house, and what the curtain-
front house was lo the old closed-in type
so the open-front house is to the old.
curtain-front type. The advantages of
this house oyer the curtain-front house
are many. It is less expensive and
requires less labor. A larger supply of
fresh air is supplied the fowls all the
time, thus improving the health and increasing the egg yield.
UKSCKIPTION  Ol-'  IIOUSKS.
In building a poultry house the two
main essentials to lie considered are,
first the comfort of the fowls, and second, simplicity iu construction. In
simplicity of construction, the cost of
construction is also to be considered
The poultrymau must be economical
Here, on the Island, the cost of houses
should nut exceed >1.00 per head, this
being the maximum estimate. Cheaper
houses which give satisfaction have been
put up. Interior arrangements should
be simple to make the cleaning of the
house easier, and also to give vermin as
little chance as possible to breed and increase.
One simple and inexpensive house is
that adopted by Mr. VV. llayliss A
house of a little different type, thcugh it
involves the same principle, is that
adopted by Mr. Ernest T. Hanson, of
Cowichan, and Mr. S. G. Hanson, of
Duncans These houses are of the shed
type, witli lhe entire front open, facing
south. Origiiiully these houses were
about 8 feel wide, hut il has been found
advantageous to make them somewhat
wider. Thej an- comparatively low al
the back and high enough in llie front
to allow the attendant lo work in Ihem
conveniently. One of the greatest difficulties in the bousing of the flock, especially ou the Island, i- t<» keep the
scratching quarters dry throughout tin-
winter season. Main- methods hnve
been adopted by poullryinen to over
come this difficulty, Mr. Ernest Han-
sou has adopted a pitched, roof Ivpe "I
house, having a very large angle. His
idea was that in projecting the front
siope over the front of lhe house about
2 feet, it would lend to keep out a certain amount of dampness during the
winter. He, as well as Mr. S C Han
sou, has boarded up the front of hia
house for a feu feel up from the floor,
This tends lo keep out a great deal of
dampness, keeping ilu- room iu a drier
-late, (ine coinnicuilalilc feature ol Mr,
S. G. Hanson's house, is his method of
protection from the downward-driving
lain-..     His houses are of lhe shed   type
ami an- constructed of shiplap material,
Al the lop of tin- front he has three ship-
lap Imards projecting over at an angle
nf aboul 120 degree-., This gives a
certain amount ol satisfaction, and i-
very inexpensive.
But a type "( house which is well
adapted lo all climates is Un- Tolnian
type. The principle ol litis house i- iu-i
.ili.nil ilu- reverse ol lhal ol lhe (ormei
iipi-u lioiit houses. This bouse is gen-
ei.ilii .il'iaii lu bil deep, nil) width
Qonveulelll, -unl is 5 feel high in fronl
and 6 bii behind, wilh a pitched roofl
ilu- long slopu running lo Die S fuol
..i.l, i ii, in.at i i iuih iv "ITU, iiud
is covered will! n ■' inch wire mesh. The
mi,-I- .lie pi.ii i<l at lhe I.... I. .il tin
house, about 5 Ici    up   from   llie Hour,
Um-. avoiding  am   draughts   iq lhe
fowls while iiii lhe roosts. 'Ihis is ii icry
Important feature, Tin- nests are placed
Immediate!) under Un- dropping boards,
'flu- whole Hour space is economized,
and board Hours arc preferable.
i 'fu be continued, i
Wit and Humor
Startling Encouragement.— " W'hh
Amelia's lailmr encouraging when you
went to ask him lur hor hand V"
"Not vory. He asked me to put the
proposal iu writing so I couldn't back
out as all the otherB did."—Baltimore
American.
Not Surprising—Concerning the
opening ol the Orthopedic Hospital
The Daily Telegraph sayBi
"Externally the design is modern,
and intornally the treatment is some.
what severe, as Is usual in a hospital."
—Punch.
PURITY FLOUR
And Its Keeping Qualities
SOME people find it necessary to buy a considerable quantity
of flour at one time—sufficient to last for a long period.
Naturally they are anxious to procure a Hour of the kind best
adapted to lengthy storage.
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,
tf {3 but is more  than worth  the  difference.
Try it.    Watch  results both  for quality
and yield.
"More Bread
and better Bread19
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Limited
Milli n.Si. Bonifies, Oedwich, Br__._nlo.___,
Office. Winnipf j. Manitoba.
The Vernon fire showed the need
§f our
PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER.
The best safe-guard ill which you can invest. livery hotel should
be fitted with tliese as a matter of safety to occupants. Every house
should have one on its roof.
Only 45c. a foot.    Sample on view here.
S. o^VlcMAHONS BLACKSMITH SHOP.
Revelstoke, B. C.
t
t
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.     Rates $i a day.     Monthly rate.
J-    ALBEBT     STOISTE      PPOP.
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
St. Boniface College, which is situated across the river from Winnipeg, in lhe cUy of St. Boniface, is directed by the Jesuit Father*. H has
four courses ol studies, a Course in Arts (four year), leading lo H,A;
degree.in lhe University ot Manitoba 1 a Grammar Course (three
years), preparing ior Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.; a Commercial Course (two years), leading to a diploma of accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), tor the
benefit oi' those who arc not sufficiently prepared for the Grammar Course
and the Commercial Course. Tha Commercial Course is conducted in
English, and iu all the other departments there are two parallel courses,
one in English and one in French.
Students are accepted   either  as   board
hoarders.       For   prospectus  and   particulars
Rector, St. Boniface College. St   Boniface, Man.
s.   &iy    scholars,    or   half
pply   io REV.  FATHER
The College reopens Wodnesday, September i, at 7 p.m.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in t'anada.
Agents In Great Britain mid I'nited suites -London, Kngland,
Lloyds Hank, Limited. Chicago—First National Hank, Oom Exchange National Hank. Seattle—Seal tie National Bank, San l-'ian-
cisco —Wells PargO Nevada National Hank, Spokane— Exchange
National Hank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of Kl and upward, received, and interest allowed at
ciuieiii rate from dale of deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged ami Impiovsd.     First-Clan in every respect.    All modem conveniences
l,nrne Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke,' B,C, TIIE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
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 HANKING OUSINE3S TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Make Your Home Beautiful
with one ol our handsome parlor sets,
upholstered in high grade silk, or
damask, with frames that, arc in every
conceivulile design, and mude to wear
indefinitely. We have many new and
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces lor
beautifying the home thst are taste
ful, effective nnd inexpensive, and wil-
show your rooms to the best advantage.
H.  HOWSON Sr CO.'Y.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
are disposing of their entire Stock at 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 12-13-14-15-18
Greatest Agricultural, Horticultural and Stock
Exhibition in Western Canada
HOBSE EXHIBIT WILL BE A SPECIAL FEATURE
ATTRACTIONS
Airship Flights Twice Daily.
Championship Lacrosse    Vancouver v. New Westminster.
Official Opening    2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1 j th. 1909,
Wednesday. Oct. 13th Devoted to Scottish Sports, under
the management "I the Sons ol 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    1:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
Rate from Revelstoke to New Westminster (Return   $12,35
BAND CONCERTS IN THE BUILDINGS AT
THE GROUNDS EACH EVENING
T, J. TRAPP. Pres. W. H. KEARY. Mgr.-Sec.
GOD   SAVE   THE   KING
FOR RENT
Small  Douse in Suitable
Location.
S10.00   PER   MONTH
FOR SALE
Residences,   Building   Lois
and  Acerage.
Money to Loan
Industrial  Stocks
For Sale
FOR PARTIOTLARS APPLY TO
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Are You a Lover
of good Bread, Cakes
and Pastry? If so. give
us a trial and get the
besi. Fancy goods and
Wedding Cakes are our
specialty.
City  Bakery
J. W. GARLAND
INVEST
TRAIL SMELTER
A Thriving Mining Industry—A
Large Output
During July and August the gross
output ol the smelter nt Trail was
.$.185,000, ag compared with $835,000
for the same two months last year.
The tonnage smelted in July was
3(1,000 tons and in August 11,000 tons,
the latter lieing the largest quantity
of ore smelted in one month at the
Trail plant Bince it was established.
An addition is being made to the
lead refinery building, which is 250
leet in length nml (10 leet in width.
This will give the refinery structure
a total length ul (100 feet. The older
portion uf the structure has a width
of 50 feet. The addition is bo arranged
that Ihe travelling crane used will
convey the bullion to the lankB before
it is refined and lift the refined lead
out; lin other words, the crane will
bo run through the entire length of
the building. There are now 210
working tanks in operation and I Ml
are being added. With the settling
tanks, etc., there will be a total of
596 tanks in the refinery. The present capacity ia 70 tons a day, and
when the addition is completed aud
the additional tanks in place it will
have a maximum capacity ol 120 tons
n day.
The lead refinery began operations
as an experimental plant in May 28,
1902, with 28 tanks, a capacity of G.'(
tons a day and with ten men on the
payroll. Now the capacity is 70 tons
a day, or about 2,000 tons a month.
Fifty men are employed and the refinery is a pronounced success. Since
it was etarted many improvements
have been made in the electrolytic
process used, and in addition to this
numerous labor-saving deviceB have
oeen adopted to much advantage and
economy.
A few of your space dollars on   winter
Underwear,   Clothing    and   Hoots  and
Shoes at John Hull's Sale.    Most  of the
summer goods have  been   cleaned   out,
ami the new fall anil   winter  goods   ordered six   and   eight   mouths  from   the:
manufacturers are just coming in, all to |
be sold for  cash   at   wholesale   prices. }
Such well   known   goods   as   Sanford's j
clothing,   Stanlield's   underwear, Hell's, !
McPherson's and   other  makes  of  first<
class shoes; all of which must be cleaned
out by the first of llie  new  year.     Are,
you Interested in   saving  money ?     We j
have lived up to what we  advertised  at!
the start and will continue to do  so  until the stock is disposed of.
JOHN BULL,
Revelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE
Fifty ions of locally grown
potatoes, in lots lo suit purchasers.    Superior quality.
Mail yi mr orders to
f. Mccarty. - revelstoke
FOR SALE
A Hall Safe
An Oak Standing Office Desk
A Roll-Top Desk
A Long-Carriage Empire
Typewriter.
FOR PABTIC1 l.AK- APPLY  Tu
The MAIL-HERALD Office
The Runaway Girl
" The Runaway Girl" wiil be one ol
the attractive bills in the repertoire ol
the San Francisco Opera Company
this Beason. The Province in its isaue
of August 12th, Bsid:—
"The Ruuaway Girl at the Empress
is playing to capacity houseB nightly.
This deiightful musical comedy is
entertaining from the rise to the (all
o! the curtain. Its reputation as one
ot tbe greatest successes ever produced at the Gaiety theatre, London,
is aptly justified when one listena to
the tuneful gems tbat follow one
another rapidly. The comedy is very
ludicrous and Teddy Webb scinlillntes
iu the leading role of "Flipper." He
is more than usually well supported
by the company aa there are several
new members tbat greatly add to the
strength of the company. Charles
Couture sings splendidly and Amy
Leicester, James iMack and Alexander
Dale are all good. The Bcenery and
coetumes are elaborate and make the
production a most attractive one."
The Runaway Girl will be given by
the San Francisco Opera Company at
the Kevelstoke Opera House tonight.
School Attendance
Tin- attendance at the public schools
for September was as fulluws:
Gn YOUR BIACKSMITHINC.0,"
LP. LeBeau
Corner Third 5T& Campbell Aye.
REVELSTOKE
HorsE-ShoEing * Carnags Worki Spscialtg
8HOW CARD WRITING
HOI -i-   P UNI ING
HOUSE DECORA I ING
PAPEB  It W.INo
,--  V,  tw   Guaranteed
\!,     ' irden  Promptly  Killed.
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Street snd Robson Ave.
High   School—Div. 1.   22
110.11
11
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1)7.77
14
Public Sei..,"1—Div. 1.    18
98.08
10
—   "II.    Ai
92.29
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—   "III. 37
sn 92
11
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90 11
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—   -  VI    III
88.77
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KG. 17
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90.12
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92.50
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218
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
Last Chance for
Mill Wood
(iwing to difficulties in delivering ,•,
November mul   December, we will not
gnar&ntee prompt delivery after Nov.
Ut. We hftVfl two teams on now arid
will deliver nil orders promptly at. $•__
per load under ttvo loads and $1.75 per
ioad fur live loads and over,
ORDER NOW
Bowman Lumber Company. Ld.
Sep 22 lm
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and   Furnace   Work
WORK   8HOP
Connaught  Ava,    -    RovolatoKo
NIL AND STEAMER
i  nings   for    August   were
|7,42l   ■- •      tpen iei    11 162 B28   net
i i 057   increase $38(5 159
Al i hi   innoal meeting ol Ihe Urand
Railway  Oo    il   »»«
-•,-.. .i.-  ,i iu 'I   («-   oompleted
tnd pertttion frnm  the  Ih-hiI
i,l 11-. -      Edmonton  in ths lirst
Ol   J  ",'
a i i<   -  Painter, 11 lei arehi-
■' tie  company   is   now on  hii
■ i     at bere Iron  M mtreal  to take
tip the   tatter*ol loereeiing tbe CP,
, .   mmodaiion in  ibe  went.
I' P I', freight crew" fanning in and
lUl ll Hevelstoke are handling twice
Ul m lofa freight ai>. they did two   years
ago,
innipeg Telegram remarks —
'  rhe invasion of Western Oanada by
hi if: funning population of   lhu  I nited
-...ite* |i   becoming tremendous,   It,
must be tbat the farmers of the,
I nited -tales find   an   opportunity  in
Oanada ol whioh they have been bereft
in their own country or   hal oeued to
exist tbere,"
Rev. Henry K. Xnvier, known in
Yonkors as the "strenuousclergyman"
expressed iu the pulpit at,  Hi. Joseph's
iioiiiiin Catholic church bis Intention
to publicly chastise every couple in his
parish whom he finds spooning in
secluded streets and lovers lanes.
BIG KID
Good News Conies From tHe
Mica Fields
On Wednesday W. 0. Young, the
mining expert, returned Irom a two
weok's trip into the mien country in
the Hig llend. Ho went in wilh Jack
Moore, of Golden, taking the now
trail which was built up Mica Creek
with the assistance of the provincial
government, and despite the bad
weather made a thorough examination
ol the mica claims owned hy MeaBrs.
Moore, Anderson and others from Golden. He wiib very favorably impressed with these mica deposits and
Iir light with him as a sample a magnificent mica crystal, weighing lol) lbs
Jack Moore, Fred Anderson and 1).
McDougal, who accompanied Mr,
Young oui, entrain.'d their pack
horses lor Golden.
Tlie Surgeon's Knife
Huston, Oct., 6, "The operation
for appendicitis should be considered
a criminal operation and us such
should be prohibited by law," declares
Dr. Charles Bi, Page, one of the best
known physicians in Huston. "I have
been following records of appendicitis
operations ever since the craze for this
form of surgery started, and 1 confidently believe that the day is coming
when the people will realize Unit the
cutting of the appendix is a criminal
operation. As for the claimed benefits
and saving of life by operations to cut
the appendix, it seems hardly necessary to cile the long list of deaths
following the operation."
prairie fire
Terrible Experience of Settlers
Near Calgary
Calgary, Oct. 7.—Joe lielville, a
young American land seeker, came
into the Herald ollice this morning
nnd said lie was hack (rom tbe region
to the north-east of Calgary which
has boon burned over by the big
prairie lire, and reports that there ia a
complete sweep. He wiib out ub lar aa
township 8, range 27, and snya ub far
as he could see iu ull directions wiib
all black. The point that be reached
was a little northwest ol Medicine
Hat und about 100 miles uorth.
He tolls of aonie miraculous escapes
frum the Haines. The only fatality he
heard ol was the burning of the Norwegian, Hegelstat, whoso death has already boon reported in tbo Herald.
The damage to settlers Mr. lielville
cannot attempt to estimate, but on
the trip down to the Ked Deer he only
aaw a tew haystacks left out of the
many which dotted the prairie previously. Many sottlerB havo lost all
they had. Five (aniiliee have already
arrived in Brooka who have practically lost all they had. One man be saw
coming in on tho trail who had only
the clothes ho Btood in. What the
unfortunate victims are going to do
he iB unable to say.
The atorieB told by some of tho people who passed through the ordeal are
marvellous. One man whom Belville
was talking to Baid that he was in his
shack when he saw the-fire coming
There was no chance to get away, the
lire was coming at Btich  apeed.     He
stood ooiside and watched the IU.ihh
approaching, until the lire actually
drove bim inside, which wns some
little time belore 1,1.e lire actually
reached wliore his hou-e was. Wilh
au awful roar and a glare like an inferno the lire passed-and in a few min-
utes the worst was past and lie vi n-
tured outside. His little shuck had
caught lire iu some places and with a
supply of water he put these incipient
fires out and tho llame swept along
in its awlul wurk of destruction. Ile
estimated that the Humes wero ten
feet higher than his aback.
lielville aaw a team of horaes all
scorched wbicli a little boy bud rushed through the Humes when surrounded. He bud no chauco to run belore
tbe lire, so when he saw he wus to bo
surrounded be dashed the team
through the encircling danger uud got
through without serious danger.
The Canadian department ol the
Interior has recently been estimating
the available water power ol Dominion streams, and concludes that there
iB over twenty-six million horse-power
ic accessible localities, of which only
hall a million has been bithertu developed. Tbe iargeat power is on the
Hamilton River in Labrador where
0,000,000 horse-power iB available, the
Canadian part ol Niagara Pulls coming second,
William Jacobs, ol I'roctor, B.O.,
and Miss Florence M. Woods, of Trout
Lake, B.C., wero married on Tuesday,
Oct. Oth, .at 10 a.m., at the residence
ot J. D. Kennedy, First street, Revelstoke. The newly married couple
went west for a visit to tbe Ooast, alter
which they will take up their residence at Proctor, B.C. Rev. J.R.
Robertson, B.D., perlormed the ceremony.
Sale of Mineral Claims in the Revelstoke Assessment District
I hereby give notice that on Monday, the lsl day of November, A.D., 1IHH). at the hour uf cloven o'clock In the
forenoon, at the Oourt Mouse, Kevelstoke, I shall offer for sub- at public auction the mineral claims in the list hereof ter
set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent hy suiil pel-sons on thu
80th June, A.l)., 1909, and for costs and expenses of sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid,
LIST  ABOVE   MENTIONED
REGISTERED OWNER OR cllANTKK
NAMK ul' CLAIM
I.I IT   Nil.
UNPAID
TA X I-1S
1 i is-rs
TOTAL
V. C. Elliott, \V. E. Newcoinbe	
Annie	
1690      Group 1
$18 75
,$2 00
$20 75
Ule Sandberg, T. McKirday Graham.
Isabella 	
1557
86 00
2 (Kl
88 IK)
W. Cowan, and John Abrahamson ..
1658
89 00
2 00
11 00
••
Dorothy	
1559
no oo
2 oo
41 (HI
<•
Ked Fox           	
1660
39 00
2 0O
41 00
"
Home Fraction 	
1501
15 Oil
2 00
17 00
■•
Maple Leaf	
15112
111 50
2 Od
18 60
"
Oak Leaf
15011
27 IKI
2 oo
20 00
»*
l-'loi-euu '-'ruction
1591
27 OU
2 IK)
29 ihi
• »
Lanark
15112
0 Oil
2 (Kl
8 (H)
• •
Lanark
1602a
28 50
2 00
80 50
"
Sutton
20(11
15 75
2 00
17 76
11
Must Lanark Fraction
2777
1 60
2 00
8 50
"
Blue Jay.
2770
21  75
2 00
28 75
"
Warwick Fraction
2770
1 50
2 IH)
8 50
Civile Fraction   	
277S
8 00
2 00
6 IH)
Thos. Dunn and \V. Parrcll	
Free Coinage
15SS
20 UU
2 oo
28 IKJ
I*\ O. Campbell et al	
Lone Pine
1570
25 511
2 00
27 50
»
llutle
1500
28 511
2 00
25 60
Charles W. McGrosaan	
Anna
5880        -w,"
10 511
2 00
IS 511
♦.
Joseph
5:i:it        ■' -
15 5(1
2 IKI
17 60
..
Maud
Spokane
5888
1800
18 UU
10 50
2 00
2 00
20 iH)
21 511
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.Maggie May
2187
24 00
2 00
20 IKI
ii
Maggie May No. 2
2112
18 50
2 00
20 60
t>
Interloper Fraction
2li:i
li 5(1
2 IKI
5 50
ii
Ruby Fraction
2111
50
2 00
2 60
M
Glengurnoek
5870
20 00
2 llll
28 (HI
>•
John 1.
5898
2 IKI
2 00
•I  (Kl
II
.Miirveii Fraction
589(1
2 50
2 III)
1 50
•t
Liza Fraction
5900
II 50-
2 IKI
11 50
Wide Weat Hold Min. Oo. of Lardeau
Lakeview
11151
24 50
2 00
20 50
•'
Ontario
0155
21 50
2 00
21 i 66
"
Wide West
0458
20 IKI
2(H)
28 00
Reward Gold *V Silver Mining Oo.Ltd
A. K. Fraction..
74 18
50
2 00
2 50
tt
Hell  Hoy
7112
7 mo
I 75
5 75
2 (Kl
2 00
(I 75.
H
May
7 75
«i
Mav No. 1
7-188
6 75
2 00
7 75
ti
May No. 2
7i:«i
0 00
2 IHI
ll oo
f
Mav No. 11
71117
8 2.5
2 IK)
10 25
H
7185
12 IK)
2 00
II IH)
•»
May No. .">
7484
12 IK)
2 (H)
11 00
it
I ilooseup
7257
8 25
2 (Kl
10 25
'*
Glooscap No. 2
725S
0 25
2 (H)
11 26
•*
Glooscap No. '.\
7250
o 25
2 (H)
8 25
"
t'oibes Fraction
7502
25
2 (H)
2 25
i'                     •
Reward Fraction
7256
A 50
2 IHI
6 50
ti
Pilot Fraction
7354
25
2 00
2 25
'•
Morning Star
7252
0 50
2 IH)
8 50
•1
II  Run Lodo
7263
2 50
2 (HI
4 50
<i
Rattier .
70IS
III 75
2 (K)
12 75
••
Union .luck
7010
II 25
2 (H)
18 25
"
Pilot 	
7060
7 50
2 00
0 50
"
Florence.
7051
12 75
2 (HI
II 75
•*
Koolenay No.  1 ....
7217
8 75
2 00
III 75
•*
Kootenay No. 2
72 IH
1 60
2 00
0 oil
ti
Koolenay No. 11 FlUC.
72511
1 26
2 (HI
(I 25
"
.1 umbo
7H52
■ 2 75
2 00
4 75
"
Independent
7058
8 25
2 on
10 25
•i
Lardo
7210
0 75
2 (HI
8 75
»
Hauler No. 1
7251
Hi 60
2 IHI
12 60
u    V.Wood*       	
Edinburgh
2807
15 75
2 00
17 75
Silver Bow
Seoliii
Elizabeth
2782
27HJ
2785
15 75
16 75
15 75
2 on
2 (HI
2 (HI
17 75
,,
17 75
17 75
D.i, nl II. Wilson                          	
Gloucester
275S
18 00
2 IKI
15 (HI
Crown Point
lliiiiaii/.n  King
2750
2058
18 IKI
18 IKI
2 00
2 00
16 IK)
I i adei Ick ^ oting            ...  	
15 llll
John II. Howe     	
LiihI Chance
2066
18 oo
2 00
15 00
Alice
Alice  I'l-jieiion
2*157               "
2061
18 oo
:i ihi
2 00
2 (K)
15 OO
6 IK)
i i.n.i i.i.ii .- Westfall	
Tom Edward
0478
HO 75
2 00
88 75
..
I'upper Qli	
Pedro
Minnie F
(1177
7500
7507
■Xi 75
1) 25
7 511
2 00
2 00
2 00
85 75
.,
11 25
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The Metropolitan flold &  Silver Min
■
ing Co, of Lardeau, H.C, Limited
New "l oik
Boston
Chicago
6825
6820
5827
80 (Kt
17 IK)
10 (Kl
- 2 00
2 00
2 (HI
41 (HJ
10 00
i,
42 0(1
M
Montreal
San Francisco
Fail-view
Metropolitan!' racl Ion
Chicago Fraction
Kamloops
5328
5329
5380
5881
6882
1052
88 00
51  IKI
54 IKI
8 (Kl
II (Kl
1       28 26
2 00
2 (K)
2 00
2 (Kl
2 IH)
2 (H)
85 (HJ
,,
56 00
,,
66 (Hi
i,
10 On
,,
11 00
1,
80 25
..
Triune
5681
40 25
2 (HI
12 25
..
Enterprise
6082
:io 60
2 IHI
11 50
..
Bllver Chief
50X1
29 75
2 IK)
81 75
.,
Kamloops Fraction
Revenge
5081
5085
0 60
17 75
2 IKI
2 on
8 50
,,
111 85
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Daled ul. llevelsloke, H. C, this 5lh day of October, 1909,
E. Edwards,
Deputy Asieuor and Colleclur, llevelsloke Assessment District, THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, Ii. 0.
PoWder
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A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
is world-wide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a ques=
tion as to the absolute
purity and healthful^
ness of the food it raises.
i
POU LTRY
FRESH KILLED
DRY PLUCKED
Send iu your older for
Sunday Dinner. We will
HII il to your satisfaction.
For lunch we have nice
juicy mutton chops.
FRESH OrSTERS ALL THE TIME
P. BURNS & CO.. Ltd. Phone 21
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    3=1.  O.
CIVIC DEVELOPMENT
Value of Publicity Enterprise—
What Nelson Has Done
Mr. Gillette, of the firm ol Mclhin-
ald-ai.d Gillette, contractors for lhe
Columbia river bridge, has been one
ol the pioneers and moet uctive citizens in the development ol Nelson.
He is a thorough believer in publicity
and bus mude up hie mind that the
city that is gortig ahead is the one
where the business men and the citizens generally have confidence in their
town and in themselves, and arc not
afraid to let the world know it.
The citizens ol Nelson, says Mi-
Gillette, huve ever been to the front
in supporting any movement for the
development of und publicity concerning their town and district. They
have pulled together shoulder to
shoulder in the work. Louk at the
result! Nelsou iB the lies known and
most progressive city in British Columbia today. Its territory is being
settled up by the best classes of people
who are bringing in a large amount of
capital and who help to promote the
good work.
" We never made a success ol our
publicity work there till the Board of
Trade took hold of it. Then they
showed results, and one of .lhe most
effective ways ol raising funds lor the
work was the monthly subscription
system, when almoBt every business
man and many ol the citizens put
their names down for a stated contribution monthly and made it, enabling
the Board of Trade to achieve their
splendid record.
Why, said Mr. Gillette, look at what
the citizens of Nelson have done this
year to build up tbeir city. Tbey
contributed $4,000 lor publicity. They
put up $20,000 for a uew church.
They raised $10,000 for a new rink'.
They subscribed $80,000 lor a V. M.
C. A. $2,500 was put up (or the first
ol July celebration; $2,600 was sub-
scrihed for the Fiir. Thatisa sample
ol what Nelson has done and is doing.
Let llevelsloke go aud do likewise.
POLITICAL
NEW BUILDINGS
Proposed Change ol Conservative I. W. Perry's New House on
leadership Second Street
Great ohangeB are in contemplation      D. McCarthy hai   inst  about comin the   political   world.     One  of   tlio   plotcd his contract for the erection    of
main objects  of   Hon    Q, l-i.   Foster's
visit to the west, is to pave the way for
a change of the leadership of   the   I lo
ins coi
a new residence on Hoc
Jor A. W.   I'erry,  0. P,
nd Street west
It.  brakeman,
minion Conservative party. The new ! Thc l'l,ildi»K covers u ground space ol
leader in view is Premier McBride, 24ft by 26ft., und is two storeys in
Now that u provinolal election is com- height, li lias u frame basement full
ing on in Britith Oolumbia is a lav- size of building. Tiie main floor is
oruble  opportunity   tor   the   change,   raised lour feet   ubove   ground   level.
The idea is thut Mr. McBride will not
be a candidate in the coming provincial elections, but that he   will   resign
the Premiership, recommanding Hon.
XV. .1. Bowser, the Attorney-General,
as his suooeseor. The Provincial Conservative party will then go to the
country under Mr. Bowser's leadership.
Then u way is to be found for Hon.
It. McBride entering federal politics.
The plan now under  consideration   is
Tbe house is subdivided on the ground
door; sitting room 16ft. by Lilt., dining
room 12ft, by lift, bull 10ft. by llll.,
kitchen 12ft. square, and pantry lift.
Square. On the upper ll or thero are
two bedrooms, respectively 12ft.
square aud I lit. by Oft., bathroom 10ft, I
by 12ft., uud sewing room 10ft, by 8ft.
The house is splendidly finished. The
front door is ol u handsome design
with large oval pane! ol bevelled glass
io centre.     The   house   ii   plastered
BE " IN IT"
Like
. supi
Leekii
ir in
■ ■■   |i
von   save
Shoes   il
'vei y wav.
The Revelstoke police were recently
asked to endeavor to trace a MIbs
Turner who bad left Vancouver with
her baggage checked to Calgary. Her
body was found in the Kicking Horse
river, near Field, and as there was
nothing to identify her by, the body
was sent to Golden for interment
Now the Calgary Herald has attacked
Hr. Taylor and tbe Golden Hospital
authorises for not making further
efforts to have the body identified.
that Mr. Barnard, M. P. for Victoria, i throughout und the manner in which
shall resign his seat iu the Commons, th'8 W1"'k l"lH beeB (,""° ",|leotB oredit
and that Mr. McBride shall be the on We8Hr8- Macdonald and Osborne,
Conservative candidate for tho bye- ffh° lmll(lled "liH portion ol the work
election in the belief that he can easily The col"r» UBed '" lllc Panting are
carry Victoria. The next move on green and white, with the faoings var-
the chessboard, presuming the plan IliBlu>'1 '" uak' Jollu MuLuim|. wh" 1""1
carries so far, will be a caucus of tbe the Hub-°u"t,oct for the painting, buv-
representatives of the Dominion Con-. inS mttdo a ''r»t-olaBB job of it. Fur-
servative party at wbicli Mr. Borden nHce llelltinK itt provided, hot and cold
will tender hiB resignation as leader i water lakl on; the P*0"? is coml>lcte
and Mr. McBride will be chosen in his with shelviuK and "i,,k- Tll« sitting
Stead. The Conservative party will room is splendidly lighted witb large
then go to the country next Dominion ,'windows 44x30, fitted with diamond
election under the leadership  of  Mr.
II    shows   the   t-hne^    ill
natural colors; ii tells all
aboul each   of them;
il gives the retail prices
and i ells where you ian
gol them,
Seoil 1
J. Leckie Go., Ltd.
VANCOUVER. I, C,
McBride.
K. R. Green is at Nelson getting the
interests of the provincial Conservative party in shape lor an early elec
tion.
At Ymir it is not likely Schofield
will be opposed.
At Nelson there will he a light lor
the Conservative nomination between
Harry Wright and P. S Lennie. The
Government propose to straighten out
the difficulty by giving Harry a good
appointment in Borne other part of
the Province.
R. Tapping exhibited tbis week iu
the windows of C. R. Macdonald's
drug a.id book store the largest stalk
of corn ever grown or shown in the
city. It was ten feet in length and
bore a good crop ot cobs. By way of
showing what "the old plantation"
ean do, Mr. Tapping walked down
McKenzie Avenue on Monday with a
stalk of rhubarb grown by him and
which was large enough to cover him
like an umbrella.
fitted   with  diamond   \V. Bethune. tory ol the country, over  seven   bun-
tops. The plumbing was done by! The building will be 24x60 feet, and | died millions. The growth iu bank
Bourne Bros., (lie bathroom fixtures I will contain ten sample rooms—four deposits, in fact, continues to exceed
being of superior make. The bed- i ou tbe ground tlour. four on the upper the ratio of increase in mercantile
roomB aud bathroom are fitted with floor aod two rooms in tbe addition, j credits, Savings accounts alone dur-
roomy linen closets, The windows . The building will be furnace heated, < ing August increased 16,264,000, while
are hung with sash weights. The provided with first-class lavat iry ac-1 commercial lounfl are enlarged by
front veranda is of rustic design and oommodation and an elevator will be little more than half that Bum.
over it is a balcony lift, by 12ft. A installed for rai«mg unit lowering
veranda alao extends along tho back travellers' samples between the upper
of the house. ] aud ground floors.    The sample rooms •
The   plans  were prepared   by  Mr.'i" t'he main  building  will   each   be
10x20 feet. The accommodation provided will prove a great convenience
to commercial travellers. The building is being Bet on concrete
footings.
W A N T E I)
McCarthy, and the design is one   new
to the city.
A. .1. m'UONKLI.'S   NEW   SAMl'I.K KOOMB    ,
A. J. McDonnell, the popular lessee
ol tbe Hotel Revelstoke, is taking a
hand in building up tbe city and
providing commodioua sample rooms
for the commercial men who visit our
city from time to time. Opposite
Molsons Bank, on FirBt street, be has
started   the construction   ol   a   two-
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An E liscui Phonograph
il   MAI
sep is In:
Bank   deposits   are   continuing   to
pile up, ub shown by the August bank
storey building to be  used  us  sumple statement.   Total deposits in  Canada
rooms.    The contract haB been let to are now- 'or the first time in   tbe  his-
I i ist Hold, oval-shaped locket,
j j bearing B. of R.T. emblem on one
side and on the othei 11.i; II. *2 reward Till be paid to flndei upon returning same to McKinnon's Cigar
Store. ocl 0
WANTED   A fourth.) 1 iss stationary engineer   Applv   lo  .1. C.
Hutchison, Revi lsl   k   v     in I. mndry
WANTKD    Lodgers
fast,  il    pi' 'iei le.l
ANTKD
fast, i:
I taole b ■ i
school,    Apply
with   break-
i.   .   .ini.i-
ti'l st , oe.ii   the
i this office.
if.
MAKE 20 PER GENT. ON YOUR
Whether You Have Much Or Little
Here are the Facts, we shall tell them to you as Briefly as possible
Light houeSaop hasjbeen manufactured in Vancouver for several months. Lighthouse Soap is a
first-tfass 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 t"ian
it has ever been manufactured before. " The 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 that the more 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 profits. More than this, your share 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 value of $100 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 certified 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
V
VANCOUVER, B. C.
P. O.IBOX 1057
4 THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. U
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
LOCAL AND GENERAL
is   to   be   opened  on
A drug store
Frcnt St.
.Six inches of snow fell at Rogers
Pais last night.
Mre. .Skinner was taken to New
Westminster on Thursday.
J. A. Lewis intends building a nice
residence on his ranch at Wigwam.
Yesterday the police took in charge
Ed. Dickson, as being ol unsound
mind.
Thos. Steed has a magnificent crop
ol applea this season in his garden on
Front St.
Borneo! the hotels tell us this is the
way
PPESEUVING FRUITS
are now coming in including Peaches, Pears, Plums
and Crabs, and as the quantity is very limited we
would advise you to place your orders with us at once
and we will guarantee delivery, otherwise you are
quite liable to be disappointed.
FRUIT JARS in three sizes Pints, Quarts and
Half-gallons, every jar guaranteed.   Rubber rings to fit
Hobson's Bakery & Grocery
of business
best summer in   tbe
tbey bave ever had
On Thursday night a watch waB
stolen from the Queens Hotel, and
the police have arrested a suspect.
G, W. Bell requests us to state the
report of bis having laid an information against Mrs. Skinner for theft ia
incorreet.
Keep in mind the Hallowe'en entertainment at the Y.M.C.A. Tbe
lilce of it bas not been seen bere
before.
William Korner, a watchman in the
employ ol the C. P. R., was killed at
-Loll o'clock Thursday morning four
miles east of .North Bend.
A Young Liberal Club is   being  organised in    Kevelstoke    and   a   good ,
many   applications   for    membership
have already been received.
The gymnasium at  the  Ry. Y.M.C.
A. started   off  this week with a  big j
enrollment.     Si\ty-tive   lined  up  in
the  classes,  but   tbere   is   room   lor.,
more. ,
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
The Power Bylaw
Mi■ i'.illette, who from his niiiiiiclpul
experience in Nelson, i-- a high aulhori-
l) mi civic affair-,, is of the opinion that
llie city council of llevelstnke is doing
the proper thing in taking steps in pm
the power plant in first-duns shape and
mi ti permanent basis, providing ample
margin to covei demands for some years
lo come, lie also considers lhe city
council o mlil noi have employed ti more
capable and reliable firm of engineers
thnn Smith, Kerry fls Clmce, who have
been employed to report on the plant,
rcctminicinl tin- uecessan Improvements
and supervise llie currying out ol t lu-
work,
We hope lhe ratepayers of Revelstoki
who have not yet voted will roll up al
the poll ami record tlieir voles in favor
nl lhe hy-law. The poll will be open
iill 7 p in. Uiis evening sn thai there is
ample time for ever) well-wisher ol ilu
city in record Iheir vote for ibis hy-lnw,
nml iluis relegate to obscurity the knock
era nnd little Revelstokers, who would ii
ilu-\ could, iiii -i serious Injur) lo lhe
interests ni ibe eii\ nuil tlieir lnnie progressive cilixeiiK, .nnl nil for llie sake nl
liieir pigmy politics which have nothing
In iin   ..Ith civic .lll.llls.
Revelstoke Defeats Kamloops
Violin Recital
r
i-l.elu
Wed
i Ki
■latoke
I,l\     at    llie
line  exhibition of
Senlt nl llevelstnke
ml   seemed   to gel
Willie
The baseball gum
and Kamloops  un
Kamloops l-'.iir was .-
ball. Iii the pitching
llilil lhe hesl nl   it,    i
stronger us the gttiue wore 01
Tall weakened in lhe seventh innings
giving Revelsloke 2 inns Tbe weather
wus very cold and   rainy,   making clear
fielding veiy difficult. Tile KllIIlloopS
boys never got what could lie called u
bit oIT Scoft, getting Iheir lun runs on
errors; while Hevelstoke ,_int their si\
runs through good clean hitting. The
game went the lull nine innings and
was very exciting, heing possibly one of
the nicest bull games Revelstoke has
participated in this season. Mr, Kelly
of Calgary refereed the game in u very
satisfactory manner, giving even decision quickly nml plainly. Tbis is probably the last game this season and the
boys may well feel proud of their record
(or the summer.
The score 1
v innings   wus
u.s follows:
Revelstoke
0    J    0    1    0     I
J   ii  IJ—6
Kamloops,
o    1     1    I)   0   II
o   o   0—2
The liiie-ii]
wus:
Revelstoke
Kumloops
Scott
piteller
Tail
Mclnenery
catcher
Mun n
Marion
1st b.
Blackburn
McEachern
2nd 1..
Campbell
Worth
Ml b
Munii
Lang
s. s.
Blair
Haug
1.  (.
Irwin
1'ruh
r.  f.
Kelly
Worley
c. f.
Chaplain
Lovers of music have a rare treat in
store for them Tuesday night next, at
the Kdison I'srlnr Tbeitre, when Willrid L. Small, the notid Cauadiau boy
violinist will give one of his popular
recitals, assisted In- Mr. Percy S.Hook,
pianist The recital will commence
ut S 80 o'clock.
THE CHURCHES
MKTIIOUIBT.—Regular services will be
held iu the Methodist Church ou Sun-
lay. Morning service nt 11 o'clock;
Sunday School at '2:1)0 p m., and evening service at 7:30. The paBtor will
deliver the second sermon in the series
on the 15th chapter of Luke, in the
evening. Sniper, "Tbe interest, ol
Angels iu Man's wellfarc." A hearty
invitation is extended to all.
Pkbsiiyteiuan—United service will
he bold in St. Andrew's Church, both
morning and evening, the iwo congregations uniting in the eervices,
which will be ol the nature of a farewell to the St. Andrew's building
The Rev. XV. 0. Calder and the Rev..I.
It. Roberlson will conduct the services
joinily
BAPTIST—Rev.   W.    P.   Freeman,
pastor.     Servicea  on   Sunday   at  11
a in  and 7.1(0 p.m.    Sunday  school at
i -2 3 I. BY P A , Monday, 8 p m. Prayer
| meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m.   Rail)day
1 will     be   observed    to-morrow.    Tbe
| pastor will  preach a sermon  for tbe
children   in   the   morning.     Speci il
1 exerciseb   will  be   carried  out in the
i Sunday school.     In   the  evening  the
! subject   will   be  "The   Mountain   of
Moral Law," being  the second   in the
I series of   Bible  mouutains.   All   are
cordially invited to these services.
The Pole Controversy
Quebec, Oct. 5—The government
steamer Arctic with Capt. Bernier,
Canadian explorer ol noi them regions
on board, arrived here this   morning.
Pressed for an affirmative or negative statement regarding both C ok
and Perry's success in the tar north,
Oapt. Bernier said: "You must give
credit to both for having reached the
pole. If they have gone within a few
miles of the pole they deserve the i "
credit of having reaehed it. Soien- OPERA HOUSE
tists, however, will determine the matter,"                                                                                    "
Western Soap Co.
RETURN* ENUAUEMKN'l'
San Francisco Dpera Co.
^
BIG DROPJ
OCCUR SonL\TlH£S IN
OUR PRICES, BUTfVEVfR
IN THEC QUALITY 5TYLE
or nuisH or my or
OUR, GOODS'.   DEAR.
BROTHERS 8c SISTERS
CETTHIIVGS WHERE Vou
GETTHEn RIGHT.
BUSTER 0ROW(V-
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COVYft'CitT   IQOC   RV   THC   IJUlTtR.  HWQWN   CO.
4th After Supper Sale
Saturday Nighi at 7 p.m.
Almost unnecessary to advertise this event. It has already
secured a following who have found it pays to be on hand bright
and early at these week-end merchandising events.
Some of our best departments made liberal contributions of
good merchandise for this week's end sale and we didn't take
the prit-eH tlmt tbey carried but made our own,
f r the Alter Supper Sale must give you goods at a lower valuation than you cun buy theai under any other circumstances.
A slow old-time merchant would be horrified £t the way we
put prices on the toboggan al Uipfb After Slipper Sales, .lie
After Slipper Sales are certainly appreciated.
Ladies' Dressing Jackets, made of pretty patterns and color8
of good Flannelette and tinisi ed with Lace or Sateen. Regular
$1.00 to .IH 50.    After Supper Sale price 65C. AND 90C.
Ladies' Cape In white, blue, red, brown and mixed tweeds.
Regulurlfl.    After Supper Price 35C.
Towelling—Good Linen, just the article for Roller Towels.
Aftor Supper Price 3 YDS. FOR 25C.
Hlonses—This season's goods, in cream, tan, navy nnd
taupe, net. Regular $5.00 and $6.00 lines. After Supper Sale
Price  $3 EACH
Ladies' Skirts—Only a few lelt. flood Fall and Winter
weights  in   navy,  black   and   tweedB.    After Supper Sale Price
only $2.00 EACH
REMNANTS—<)ur '^c- remnants disappeared quickly
but we have a lot more ready for to-night.
McLennan (3& Co.
Tbi charge brought last duly by S.
A. Mundy against 1-'.. A. Haggeu is set
down for hearing ut the session ot the
Supreme Court opening ut Kamloops
ou Tuesday,
Arrangements have been completed
for the production at Arrowhead by
tbe Revelstoke I'.-aniatic Club of the
three-act farcical comedy ''Confusion"
on Saturday, Oct. 16th,
A business man of Revelstoke who
has a good deal to do with using gasoline lighting systems informs us that
lor small 'tores, clubrooms or dwell
ings tbey are unhealthy ou account
'f the abnormal amount ol oxygen
they consume, thus vitiating the air
f'.r breathing.
Au important feature ol the annual
meeting of tbe Cauadiau i'acilie wns
tbe announcement of the issuance
,,:' |30,000 """ worth of new stock at
125 All previous issues were at par,
Tbis makes 1 1 tal capitalisation nf
(200,000,000. Canadian Pacific is
selling up to 187J,
The plans uf tbe new Court House
at N.i. is| -:, w a building -13ft, by
IOR. with two floors, On the upper
floor will be the public office fnr Mm
ing lie rder ana Clerk of Court with
ft private - (bee behind, 1 in tbe other
aide of the ball will be the court-room
lu the t'*-e:.ent will I* the police
' ■' constables quarters, ami two
cells.
In tbe proposed nen court-house  t,
be built ut Revelstoke by  tlie   Provin ■'
cial   Government,   provision   will  be '
made for lock-up cells 30 that the pr-;
seut provincial gaol on   Front S .  ean
be dime away witb.     The   new  courthouse will tie on the site  of the pie-
sent court-house, and  will   he  one  of
the finest court-house buildings in the j
province.
BULBS
For House anil Garden Culture
H   bs i-i inted in yoiden earl) in -lie
Fall, bloom better in the Spring
WE HAVE '1 Varieties ol Large
Single Hyacinths, Several varieties ol Double Roman Hyacinths.
Five varieties ol Narcissus. Also
Tulips, Crocus and Snowdrops,
ui many varieties.
Planl early and reap joy and
pleasure nrxi Spring.
Bews' Orug&Stationery Store
NKXT lli.'Mli BLOCK
The Provincial Government propose
reinstating the bridge at   ihe  site  on
: the lllecillewaet wbere the former
bridge was   washed  out   in   I hi'   high
, water of tbis   spring.    Work   will   be
; begun as soon as Mr. Gamble, Provincial Engineer, makes the necessary
1 soundings, This can not be done till
the water is at  ils  lowest   stage,   but
1 the construction   ol   the   bridge   will
probably be started about   November
.M. Freeman of Lethbridge. manager
: uf the Arrow Lake Orchards, Limited,
accompanied by a party ol half a dox-
en land seekers, arrived   Thursday   at
I McDonald Creek l'or the purpose it
looking over the laud owned  mere  by
jMr. Kreemau's compsny with   »   view
' to settling there. The company con
trola 30,000 acres of fruit land on tbe
Arrow Luke all of which, il is expected, will be taken up and  improved   on
, in the near future,
The death took place at the family
residence, Stanley St., Selsi 1 I M--
Helen B. Madden, daughter of Mr
and Sirs, Thomas Madden in bei
year. The late Miss Madden had
been sutfering from appendicitis for
about three weeks. < >n Wednesday
evening last au operation was per-
fo oied. since when, it was thought
the decea-ed - health bad shown much
improvement.
Mcs.-r-.   McDonald    and    Gillel e
contractors (nr the bridge  acmss tbe
Columbia    River,    have   Oeen      inui
hampered by tbe late use .,1 water in
the Columbia river, but  now thai I  ■
weater is getting oolder tbey expect
be able to make more progress,   The)
' have adopted a new type ol ihoe which
is giving excellent results enabling
piles to be driven twenty leet is
against 12 to 16 feet i>y the former
system,
An excellent programme was put,,,,
at the Kdison Theatre last night When
i the features were a beautiful series   (){
colored pictures demoting   the  tragic
1 life ol Mary ,  Queen   ol   ,-wits    the
I story of the  Drummer   Boy   u, the
I civil war, which represented   a  splen
I did piece of acting, and   the  amusing
episode ol Pat and his wif« aspiring
I from the wash tub and pick und
I shovel  to   loeiety,      The   programme
will be repeated tonight.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. .I. Caley returned Sunday from
an eastern (rip, extending over three
weeks, and in the cmirse "f which she
visited Irlends at Montreal, Toronto
and Guelph.
Mr. Hobbs, accountant lor Messrs.
McDonald and Gi lette, returned yesterday Irom Victoria. He is still
confined to ins bed.
Mr-.  (K.-v       I   \\      Hall    returned
last night.    0 trnin So, 2 . trom Kam
loops, where she :,a- been visiting   her
son md I.is family, Mr .1  W. Hall Inr
tin- past three week-
Mr. lohn McCarthy      Hi     .,   , .-.
Miss Mi' ..-•        i        iad
visil to their bn ther,  Mr   !'   M.-i si
thy, lefl ie on Wednesday.   Mr.
1. McCartfa     -     ... leading
-   - nti ■ :'  the  prairie town and was
one ol the pi   1 • .--- I.. .     -     . B
H.   A    Scott    teller the   local
M   si 1,- Bank    . »- been
proni ' too over     Bee, and
- ■     ■   led by G   Boss \v bite  ol tbe
'. :,. .    Mt    Seott'i
leps ■    1     1 regretted  bj  a  host     ;
mere ol tbe Bank  Ins
ei 1, is a matti
congratnlal
11   nf   Kin.x  oh 11
Mr   Robertson ami
Mr-   li. i.   taon a farewell social wbioh
will be held tl the oburob    n   1 11 •
day  12th insi . tl   - p in.    a  oordi 1
nv tation is extended to all tbe
Addresses wiil 1«   li
iiy   li es gymen    music   will 1*
pruvded   by  11,1  ohoir and  ligbt  rs
■ -i.n- -a- furnished by tbe lad
Business Locals
Those wishing to secure shares in
The Western Soap Co., Ltd should
either call or write Mr T. E Johnson
who ia now in Revelstoke for a lew
days, a guest at the Revelstoke botel,
Room No I, when he will he pleased
to explain the proposition fully or
reply to any cni|uiries by mail. ThiB
investment   does   not   only  apply to
iiien, but is  an   opportunity for   both   PpipflC '      tl Sfl     tl 1111     7SP
women  and   children to invest small  N lliGD,       .     i|)LJU,    liJI.UU,    Idb.
capital.     See   the   large   ad.   of the
Western Snap Co , Ltd , in tbis paper.
SATURDAY. OCT, 9th
THE RUNAWAY GIRL
Plan
at C. II   Macdonald's
You Don't Have To
Go outside of Revelstoke to make
your Real Estate Investments.
The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd.
have the best bargains in the City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
I Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents ^
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 ol all your wants.
A trial order will convince.   I want your trade
G.   W.   BELL
Grocer and Provision   Merchant
Telephone No. 23
aX
M
Mrs. J. 0. Hutchison was judge of
the ladies and art departments hi. the
.Salmon Arm Pair.
W. Boyd, formerly rd the Hotel
Beaton, at Beaton, was in the city
this week and lelt Friday on a visit to
Comaplix and Beaton.
Miss Corloy, ol the Mail Hbrai.d
stuff, leaves this afternoon for Vancouver on a holiday extending over
two weeks,
■   ioe ol   pnee   books   and dl sk
eabinets at Bews' drug store.
Bargains in oak rockers—see II- w
son's window.
Hews'cold tablets will cure tint
cold in a day
3till i li -. , re 6 lb and L0 Ib tins
ol' inttrio honey left »t GL W. lj.   ■
Try a bottle of lull for your cough
and cold, for sale  at Bews' drug store.
Hecond-hond piano and organ li f
sale, a bargain—Howson s lurnitUre
store.
Pure Maple Hyrup right from old
Quebec in half gallons and gallons al,
'.. W,  Bell's.
All the latest books at Bows'drug
store.
A Dumber ol our customers, who
have sent easl. for furniture have ad
nutted to us that onr cash prices are
hp low as (lasstern catalogue prices,
freight added. Call and oom pare
prices.— Howson's Furniture Htors.
A   man   to   milk   Iwo
As payment for lhe
work a furnished room, light and
water will be given free. References
required,   Apply H. T Mall.Herald.   '
4*
COAL,    COAX.    COAI
Arrangi   non   loi your wintei supply ol good
mo luitable lor Range or  Furnaoe.
For qoalit) tbere is do better cnal to be bud, ask
those »ii" ,u' using it.   Prompt delivery ol orders
*F   PM0HC 241 ^,    if.    I « I   )|  »l>Ii> CT t  0   BOX
&..
FUR  SETS
FOR LADIES AN1> CHILDREN
A choice assortment of Ladies and Children's Fashionable Furs at reasonable
prices. Come in and look them over and
get first choice.     Only  a  limited   stock.
MRS.   A.   G.  CRICK
First   Street      -       Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
'**
WAvn';"
Good Groceries
A General Supply of   the   Best Groceries
on   hand.     All  Orders   Promptly
Filled   and Attended to.
TALES FROM THE GOLDEN WE8T
Mountain Supply Company.Limited
cy4 Popular Addition
to
The Royal Crown Family
Is
Royal Crown Cleanser
for
Cleaning and Scouring
Everything That Needs To Be
Cleaned and Scoured:
It Brightens the home
3 Cans For Two-Bits
A Coupon On Every Can.

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