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Array " Empire" Typewrit*.
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in results produced, this machine
is unsurpassed.    Price, !fl>0 00 Cash.
Interior Publishing Co.,   -   Agents
■Navincial Library
J
The Mail-Heral
Visiting Cards
A   Specialty
Interior Publishing Company
Printer:, and Pub_i-.-ii.ri:>
Vol. 15.-No76
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 27. L909
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
1THE ARROW LIKE MURDER
Curious Complication in Court
at Nelson.
Women's 'round-the-house *"
garments that are
stylish as well as
comfortable
If you have thought that you must wear
dowdy, commonplace garments to be
comfortable, just ask your dealer to show you
qftffegpe
EIDERDOWN
Garments for Women
Try one on and see how perfect fitting and stylish
it is—soft, restful and comfortable.
I
Hs' Warm Underwear
Ladies' union vests and drawers, cream, white,
tine soft fleecy material, nicely trimmed ribbon
and wool lace, all sizep at per garment—50cts.
Ladies union vests and drawers, superior mix
elastic, needle knit, soft lleece lined, fashioned
vests, at per garment 75cts.
Pure wool light weight, in white, very soft and
will not irritatp the skin, very nice, trimmed
and tinished at per garment $1.00
Very heavy union vestf and drawers, Ladies'
sizes, shaped elastic cuffs and ankles, white
only, at per garment   $1.30
Finest pure wool, white. Ladies' vests and
drawers, full fashioned elastic rib, with finished
cuffs and cuff ankles, the acme of comfort in
underclothing, per garment $1.75
A Lovely Line of Children's Underwear
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Store* at Revelstoke and Arrowheads
►oooooooooooo
STOVES
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
RANGES
Mere again we have chosen from the
best factories in Canada and the States.
Look over the list:
The Great Majestic
Clare Bros.
Stewart Mfg. Co.
Tilden Gurney Co.
Copp Bros.
Moffat Mfg. Co.
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
Tinsmtthing Plumbing
►OOOOOOO^XXXX>OO^O^H>000-(
- The first trial of Kootenay Frank, an
Indian, for murder, which commenced
at Nelson before Chief Justice Hunter
and a jury came to an abrupt ending
when the court was informed tbat
the oonstable in charge of the jury
over night at tbe Strathcona Hotel
bad allowed some ol the members of
the jury to go to town last evening
and attend to their affairs. The Chief
Justice found out that iu murder cases
the jury are not allowed to separate
under the statutory provision and he
accordingly stopped the case and dismissed the jury.
As A. M. Johnson, for the defence,
bad challenged 20 of the jurors summoned, the Crown two, and two bad
been excused for cause, Sheriff Tuck
was told to empanel 50 jurymen from
these a trial jury was selected aud the
case against the Indian commenced
work all over again. The defence shut
out tbiee of tbe alleged confessions
said to have been made to the provincial police and others.
The case closed on Saturday night
with acquittal of tbe Indian. A. M,
Johnson, for the defence, placed the
stalwart accused Indian in tbe box
and the latter dramatically told,
through the priest interpreter, Father
Coldi, how the deceased had purchased
whiskey from a Chinaman ou August
15th; how be and deceased had drunk
the liquor, and finally how the deceased had picked a quarrel with him
on the bank of the Columbia river,
the fierce struggle that ensued, and
how be had killed his partner and
life long cbum in self-defence by
clubbing him with the loaded rifle he
had wrestled away from him to Bave
his own life.
The alleged cutting up of tbe body
turned out to be a . cut four inches
long in the stomach made by the
Indian in the body to make it sink
in the river.
The story was evidently believed by
the jury, as after two hours' deliberation tbey brougut in a verdict of
acquittal on the ground ol killing in
self-defence, adding a rider that the
law should be changed so tbat those
who sold or gave liquor to Indians
should be sent to jiil for a long term
without the option of fine.
Chief Justice Hunter said he was in
thorough accord with the jury's recommendation, and be hoped a change
in the law would be made. The
Chinaman wbo sold the Indian the
liquor in the present case which resulted in the Indian's death, should
have been heavily punished by a long
term in prison.
ANOTHER MUNDY FIASCO.
At the County Court at Kamloops
yosterdiy, C Swanson, formerly a
clerk iu the employ of the compii-iy
was up fur speedy trial on a oharge
of stealing $50 from the Mundy
Lumber Company at Three Valley.
A. I). Mclntyre prosecuted on behalf
of the crown, and J. M. Scott appeared for accused.
E. X. Hallock was the witueas fur
the prosecution.
8. A. Mundy attended but did not
give evidence, and left tho court
when his conduct in attempting lu
use the court as a debt collecting
agency came under review.
Judge Howay stopped the case as
soon us the facts were before him,
stating tbere waB uutbiug to support
a ciiminal charge against the accused, and dismissed the case.
THANKSGIVING DINNER.
The Tbanksgiviug Dinner in the.
Opera House, under the management
of the Ladiea Aid Society of the Methndist church, passed off in many respects a most decided success.
The three rows of tableB were
beautifully spread with everything
that the moBt fastidious cuuld wish.
The reception committee were busy
in making every person feel at home,
and in finding them seats at the
table. The waiters were ou the alert,
and did all in tlieir power to make the
gueats leel perfectly satisfied. Apart
from the financial aspect altogether
the social feeling predominated very
largely, leading those who worked
bard to leel lhat they were in part repaid fur tlieir hard work in seeing so
many smiling faces, and such warm
friendship. The fact lhat the day had
been changed from Thursday to Monday may have bad the effect of lessening the attendance on Monday, bo
soon after the full day's Sunday services.
Mr. Freeman preached a practical
serniou, giving several reasens why we
should be thankful.
The offering was ou behalf of the
Children's Aid Society, with headquarters in Vancouver.
,        SPORTS
Thanksgiving Day Royally Spent
at the Y.M.C.A.
Thanksgiving was a happy and busy
day at the Y.M.C.A. building and
grounds with a great game of baseball,
junior lacrosse, basket ball matches
and a howling contest. While it was
a bit cool, the baseball fans drew an
appreciative crowd. This is probably
the hiBt game of the season.
POLITICAL
prince in mmm.
A cable from Korea reports the
assassination of Prince Ito in Korea
as a result of the revolt of the
Koreans against Japaues rule.
NAKUSP.
It is proposed to build a large sawmill here.
W. Townley, Grand Chancellor, K.
of P , was tendered a banquet by
thirty brethren at the Leland hutel
here.
Mr. and Mrs.  D. Bulger  celebrated
their fourteenth  wedding anniversary
by a whist party and   dance on Wednesday.
Mr. Frey, of the C. P. R.  telegraph
eouver has now beer." fully subscribed office at Calgary, has purchased a live
and the bank  is  to open   for   actual RCre '°* here.
business about the first ol the New Another gasoline launch has been
Year, says the Vancouver News-Ad- adoed to the local Meet, Mr. H. L.
vertiser. It will be in charge of Mr. j Kothwell, manager of the Canadian
Alex Dewar aB General Manager. Mr
Dewar bas been in control since sub-
or
first Local Chartered Bank Starts
Business at Vancouver
The  stock  for the  Bank  of  Van-
scriptionB were opened and has steered
the bank through its embryo stages
witb tact and skill-
The opening uf the bank will mark
a new epoch in the financial history
of Vancouver, being the first chartered
local bank tu be established here.
Premises lor tbe new institution
have not yet been decided upon.
Offers have been made to tbe directors
to put up a building specially fur
tbem, but it is probable tbat in tbe
meantime premises will be leased.
THE MINES.
Platinum is likely to be raised ib
price, according tu the measures which
the Russian producers are taking.
Tbere is a good deal of platinum in
British Columbia, but no effort bas
been made tu develop platinum mining.
An imprirtaiit discovery of copper has
been made on a copper location twenty
miles soulh ol Kenora. The vein has
already been exposed fur nearly inutt,,
und has a width of 120 feet.
According tu the usual monthly statement oi the Copper Producers Association, lhe output ut refined copper reached nen ina-cimiiitl figures dnriiiK September, the daily rate of production rising to 3,914,104 pounds as against the
previous high water mark of 3,890,233
pounds established in the previous
month Last month's output (nr thirh
.ia;- s WM 118,023,139 pounds..
Bank   of   Commeroe   heing  the purchaser.
A Liboral Association has been organised bere, with John Oliver, M. I',
P., as honorary president. Messrs
McDougall, Harlow, Labrash, Morri
son, Bowes and Abbie form the local
executive.
Mr. Hadduu Irum Arrow Park takes
charge of T. Abriel's store here.
Capt. Allsmo, ol the steamer Rowland, returns to the Kootenay lake,
being relieved by Capt. Forsland who
resumes bis placo ou the Arrow lake
(leet.
City of Moscow
Among the pictures to be shown at
the Edieon Parlor Thcatro on Friday
and Saturday is one entitled " City ol
Moscow" clad in snow. This is a
particularly fine picture giving very
clear and distinct scenes iu the life ol
this historical city. The street scenes,
tbe line horses and sleighs and the
rich winter costumes ol the populace
are well worth seeing. Under ordinary circumstanoes it would cost a
traveller Irom Kevelstoke about $2,000
to visit and see tins city. At the
Edison you can see tlio whole city
and its principal streets (or 25c. and
10c. each. Other first-class subjects
will also be shown.
Home is never complete  without a
loal ol Garland's bread.
George Oliver has been appointed
leader of the Socialist party iu Victoria for the eleotions,
Hon. T. Taylor has brought with
him Irum the coast the plans lor a
new court-house for RevelBtoke, to
oat $00,000, which he intends placing
on the estimates for the coming
session.
Hon. Thos. Taylor, minister ol public works, arrived on Sunday from
Victoria and spent Tuesday looking
over the road aud bridge worka heing
carried out hy the Provincial Government in the vicinity of Kevelstoke. |
Ho met his executive at the Selkirk
Hall last evening to arrange for the
campaign.
T. J. Wadman, J.P., is secretary to
Hon. T. Taylor's campaign committee.
It is a compliment to Mr. Douglas,
the new member for Strathcona, that
the Conservatives of the riding were
content to have him elected by acclamation, though they had always
streuupusly opposed his predecessors,
the Hon. Frank Oliver, Senator Talbot and tbe late Dr. Mclntyre.
Duncan Marshall, M.P.I'., for Olds,
Biicceeds Hon. XV. T. Finlay aB Minister of Agriculture for Alberta, Mr.
Finlay retiring owing tu ill health.
W. A. Buchanan, M P.P. for Lethbridge, and P. E. Lessard, M.P.P. for
Pakan, joiu the Alberta government
as ministers without portfolio.
Tbe reasons given for Huns. R.
G. Tatlow and F. C. Fulton leaving
the McBride cabinet are as follows:—
Hon F. J. Fulton expressed the
opinion the Canadian Northern would
build to the Coast in any event and
that iu consequence he was not in
favor of the province extending aid ol
any kind. Hon. R. G. Tatlow did
not favor aiding the railway to the
extent   proposed.
The Revelstoke Conservative Association have taken the Selkirk Hall as
campaign headquarters.
A full attendance of Liberals is
requested at the uld pOBtoffice hall,
Oddfellows Block, Second Street, tonight, to appoint delegates to the
nominating convention on Friday
night, Oct. 29th.
lu any event a virile opposition
should be elected for tbe  new legisla-
I iitiir<. Nothing conduces more easily
to corrupt a government than an over
strong ministry and a weak uppusi-
tion, A vigorous and alert uppusition
is aB necessary to the public interest
as is a progressive and honest administration and the latter is largely dependent upon the efforts of the former.
—Sunset.
The Sunset Bays: Hon. Thomas
Taylor has made goud since he succeeded to the Works Department, hut
hia energy has been curbed by the
parsimony nf the minister of finance.
II Mr. Taylor could pry loose enough
money to build roads it would not lie
Ins fault if the prnvinco were not
quickly equipped with passable highways instead of the miserable excuses
ior roads and trails which disgrace
many of the Interior districts and re
tard their development
Mayor Robinson and .1. P, Shaw are
named loi Cunservative nomination
lor Kamloops, .1. Va/.ey, Matt Craw-
lord and W. Bison for the Liberal
nomination.
Harry Wright and R, 8. Lennie arc
lighting fur the Conservative Humiliation lor Nelson.
Premier Mcllride and Attorney-
General Bowaer open the campaign at
Kamloops on Monday.
Nelson Conservatives convene next
Tuesday to select tlieir candidate
MORAIISMS.
A Washington liankor was sued by
an irate oiistuinei Inr $10,000 damages
fur throwing a bundle uf bills at him
Revelstoke hankers could repeat that
kind oi insult to tlieir customers with
impunity, as we don't know any ol
ihem who would consider it an insult
or think of a damage suit as long as
tbey got tbe bills,
SPORTSMEN
Ilunlci
Who are in doubt as to
where they can best obtain
all kinds oi Up-To-Date
Sporting Goods, should
bear in mind the fact that
we carry a splendid stock
of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle,
Traps, Tents, Camp Stoves
Blankets, and in fact cvery-
tlie' Trapper  and   the   Prospector.
thing [for  tli
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HEATING   STOVES
It will soonbe time to purchase that Heater. We have
jusulio 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-
vulues &re
easy to see.
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Field glasses are not needed to see the
tine 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 be made this store
would have them. We especially invite
paitieular dressers, men who never wore
ready made clothes to see ours.
Fit Reform Clothing
THE CANADIAN   BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recently be^n completed undei  which the branches
of U\is Bank are ahl«- to Issue Drafts on lhe principal points
in the following countries:
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China,
Crete
Denmark
Bgypl
I*ari>c Islands
NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.
Finland
Ireland
Russia
Formosa
Italy
Servia
France
lap.an
Siam
Fr'ch Cochifl
China
Java
South Africa
Germany
Maachuria
Strati- Settlement*
Great Britain
Mexico
Sweden
Greece
Norway
Swrtrtt iand
Holland
Persia
Turkey
Ireland
India
Pli'ltipu"- Island*    West Indies t^
K.i'ini.-iiii.i ,,ihJ i-Uewhere
FULL    PARTICULARS   ON    APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.'   ALLEN,  ZMQR.
in thr link:
Same goodni
grade nn-ut
t.uy. spotlea
ll-||||U-l, llllil-
ice-cheel s to
See The Fascinating Goodness
"i the word "market."
ss in every pound of liinh-
in- offer, Ki-pt in suui-
s  surroundings,   in  zero
ami whiHkiHl from oui-
yours iu covered careful-
Juicy KmmtH, Lamb,
( niiin iv Sausages.
negi mi the way
Corn-Fed Pork,
Everything thai
Up-to-date Meat Market
. .in offer fm tin- health, pleasure, uui/
profit uf it-- customers. Give us a
trial TO-DAY.
Maundrell Meat Market
Wc handle Premier Hams and Bacon
A prominent politician  vm driving
along Kimt Htrci-t mi Tuesday, All
went woll till the driver plotted Up
another ol the name political Stripe.
Then tho bone baulked snd kicked
witli n vengeance, r.nd sn onlooker.
who olainia to understand h'ir-1-liit.
Ullage, -in .ii tin: animal remarked "1
dou't mind having one loafer for a
load, but I'm  bluwed il 1 II carry two.
SICAMOUS.
Lyceum Opera Company gave a
•plendid entertainment, which was
well attended, at the Uullevue ^Hotul
nn Monday,
The proprietor of the Bcllevue Hotel
hrni issued invitations fur a dance to
take place Friday evening.
XV. K. Bmytbe, ol KevelBtoke, baa
been ou a shurt visit bere, THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY ASH
BATUHDA'X   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntcrtor pubttebtttQ Compang,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including postage to Kngland, United Statoi
a i ni Canada,
By lhe year lUiroutfh nostortkel  V-'.ot)
Half       " " -      1.60
Quarter "       " "          l.uu
J jb   kin tinu promptly executed &i reason1
able itues
1 KKMd—Cash.   Subscription* payable in art
ranee.
ADVERTISING   RATKS.
Legal novice- IU centfl per line ilri-L Insertioi),
j oeott per line each subsequent insert iun
Measurement* Nonpaiiel U- lines make one
Inch). Store and general business announcements $2.30 per inch per month.
Prt-temii positions, •_.'."» pur cent, ad-
ditUfial. births, Marriages and Deaths,
SOc   each lnsurtlotit
L-ind noticed t7.flu Ail adyertlsomentd
subject to ibe approval ol the management,
\\ tuat-a und Condensed Advertisements;
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations
wauled, Siiuuilous Vaeunt, Teachers
Wanted, Mcclianic* Wanted, lo words or
leu SSu, Baoh additional line in cents.
Changes In itandlug advertisements must
oe in oy '.< a, in. 1 utmday and b'rldaj of
txiii week to secure good display.
COHRXBPOXIJKNCK Invited ou matters of
public Interest. Communications tu Kdl
toi must be aooompanted by name of
writer, noi necessarily fu publication, but
ar evidence ut guud faith. Correspondence
nhould be brief.
H
AKVKY, McOARTEK
AMI I'INKIIAM,
BA lllll-. IUIH, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Owen . .iMii.iu.ii, Hank Builoino iikvbi.-
H I OKK.   U. 0,
.Uoin.'i io loan,
OtStXM: Kovt-lstoki', 11 i .    rriii.liniuk, II, I'.
Ono, S. Mcl'AKTKll
__..  Bt.   I'lNKHA.M J. A.  I1.1KVKV,
lliielaioKL-, I'miitirook. D. C
TTTILLIAM 1. BBIQUS
Barrister
Sulicilor, etc.
Solicitor fori-
Tuk Canadian Bank ok Commebob
Thh M.OL80NS Hank, Ktc.
FIRST isi'.,   -   KEVELSTOKE, B,C,
ljuHKKl SMITH
I'liivineial Land Surveyor,
Mining i-hii veyor
hingineeriug
MtKfc.N_-.Ih   AVK.NfK,
bux lUti, KKVKLBTllKE
E.  A.   HAGGEN
^Mining Engineer
Revelstoke, B. (J.
.Mum. American Institute Mining
Engineers
.Mem. Litn. .Mm. Inst.
Kxauiinatioiis   anil  Reports   on  Mines,
and Milling  Investments a specialty.
Bine Brims supplied of  plans of Land,
Minks and Ii.mukh.
Cable Address—"Kanagan," Kevelstoke
Lodes— Moreing  and Neill, Bedford McNeill, Western L'niou, CloU£li.
c. w, o_w.
Mountain  View Camp, No. 229
SMt.el« Second uud Ifuurtta Wodnot-dayB In
eacb moulli. in Suuirk Hall. Visilin Woodmen cui....,.n mviuxl io i,ia nd.
JOHN CARLSON, Con. Com,
j. MulK'JInk, Uurk.
KEVELSTOKE AKKIK No. 423
F. O. E.
The regular meet iugs are held in the Selkirk
Han    every     Tuesday;   eveuiug    at     Eight
u'ciuctc.   VibittuK orettireu curdially Invited.
T. J. WALSH, I'Ki.fioi.M.
VV. & McLAl'l HL1N, BBOKBTABT,
Kootenay Lodge, No. 15, A. F. & A. M.
The regular meet-
*^ iugs are ueld iu the
WJ MaSUNKTEMI'LE
'hi Uualeliwws Hull, ou
iL. ibe tbird Monday m
•j&enctt mouth at 6
lfl|p.[n. Visitiug breth-
'JfF r«u    cordially   wel-
JgSP comr
A.   FttOCUKlKR  SKCKKTiKY.
SELKIRK LODGE 12, I.O.O.F.
Meet^ every Thai-slay  evening iu  Bel*
hklrk Bail at 8 o'clock
^^^^^^^^^^^    fViaitiug brethren are
cordially invited to atteud.
ALBERT ARMAN. N.U.     JAS   HATHIK^IC.
•
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No.  26,   Rovelstoke, B. C.
MOTS  __.V_KBY   IVBDNESDAY.
except fuii-d Wednei:
e*ch monti,, in iddlellow.'
Haii    at    -   o'clock,     Vlrniin^
Knlgni* »n . -MinHy   nviie.t.|
T. P    SMITH, C  C,
Q. H. BBO' m'lH   ol   K   A 8
J   B. SCOTT, SI. of r.
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27,   1009
The unexpected rise in the Hank
ol England discount rate to five
pei > ent, iihowa tbe old world haa
not yet fully recovered Irom the
financial crisis oi two yeara ago,
and it behooved governments ami
individual- lu jo.-Iou ;uui act with
caution till complete recovery i-
RMured.
Franklin K. Lane, a member of
the interstate commerce commission, who ha:- just returned from
London, declares tbat tbe Kngli-h
women bave won their buttle for
equal suffrage. "The- women of
lireat Britain are now at the j>atcs
of their desire," -aid he, "and immediate woman ,-uffrage is certain.
Their remarkable courage and un-
Burpassed energy ir amazing."
The resignation of two such
prutciueut members of tbe McBride
Houses To Let
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET—Near Campbell
Avenue. Eight Rooms and Bath. To rent from November 10th, at $25.00 per month.
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET—Near C. P. R. Shops
Five Rooms ind Bath. To rent at $15.00 per month.
Immediate occupation.
HOUSE ON THIRD STREET - Near C. P. R- Shops
Seven Rooms. To rent from October 24th, at $25.00
per month.
KOR    PARTICULARS   APPLY   TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,'LIKE,   KIRE  ANU  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
oabinel ns Hon. R. G. Tatlow and
Hon. P.J, Fulton in protest agninst
the railway policy should be a hint
to the Premier to lay before the
public as soon us possible the full
text of tin- railway, agreement, ll
mny meet with their approval or it
may not. At all events they are
entitled to know all aliout it. and
every thinking man will hesitate
to cast his vote in favor of an issue
of which he is not fully apprised,
as is his right as an elector and
citizen of liritish Columbia.
Tlie Salmon Arm Observer well
remarks: " The result of the
Kamloops assizes show that justices
of the peace, and police magistrates
as well, take cases brought up he-
fore them all too seriously. It
would appear us if a prisoner had
not a lighting chance before the
lower courts. Out of nine
or ten cases tried last week lhe
Crown failed to secure a single
conviction. In almost every instance it was pointed out that the
case was the outcome of personal
spite, or that the criminal courts
were being used to settle cases
which should have been brought
before a civil court. And it cost
the province, we feel safe in saying
thousands of dollars, to settle these
cases."
SUPPRESSING CONTRACT
The most blind follower of Premier McBride cannot justify his
attitude in refusing to allow John
Oliver or any other elector of the
province the perusal of the railway
contract. Thut contract is neither
tbe private property of Premier
McBride on one hand nor Dan
Mann on the other. It belongs to
the people of the province and
they were entitled to a verbatim
copv of it the moment it was
signed. Premier McBride says the
statement he hae given out should
be sufficient. It is not sufficient
and the Premier should know that.
Nothing less than the publication
of the full contract will satisfy the
thinking section of the public.
SACRIFICING THE INTERIOR
In the present elections ne .-ug-
gest that the electors of the interior
demand the subdivision of the
Coast city electorates. The "solid
four" of Victoria and the "solid
live'- of Vancouver form a menace
to the interests of the interior and
result in a condition of affairs which
means the sacrifice of the interior
to the coast cities. If m- are to
have a "-olid four" for the city of
Victoria and a "solid five" ior the
City of Vancouver, why -bould
we not have a "solid nine" for
Koutenay 1 If the n I fiation
principle is fair lor the i oast i i
it is fair fur ihe interior, and with
a -ninl nine Kyoteoa . i ould make
the powers that be Bil up and take
notice. There would be no more
railway policies in which the in-
teresta of Kootenay nre oomple <-.
ignored and tbe interests of the
interior sacrificed at the throne of
the city of Vancouver.
BUND PARTISANSHIP
The Sunset Bays; When we
speak of any newspaper as being a
liberal or Conservative organ, it
has been popularly BUpposed thai
that implies a blind support of the
Liberal ur Conservative party, in
all or any legislation ur pulicy the
particular party may adopt. In
most cases this supposition is only
too correct. The average newspaper, like the average man, has
BUpported iIh side through thick
and thin, often blindly following
the lead of other similarly thick
antl thin supporters, jimt because
il happened to be on that side of
THE TWO POLICIES
The Conservative and Liberal
parties in British Columbia are
now before the electors on a railway contract entered into between
Premier McBride and Dan Mann,
of the Canadian Northern Railway.
Until the Premier makes public
the details of the contract the public are in litter ignorance as to its
merits, and no one is in a position
to form any opinion regarding it.
The opposition are also pledged to
a progressive railway policy.
The next feature most deserving
of consideration in this contest is
the timber policy, On this the
governmenl have made no pronouncement, the Premier having
stated last session 1 hat he would
await the recommendations of the
Forestry commission. The opposition, on tlie other hand, came
out last session wilh a clear cut
resolution in favor of perpetuity of
tenure but were defeated on a
straight party vote. They still
stand by the principle of that resolution wilh provisos that while
lahor only shall be employed
at current wages in the logging of
limber limits and lhat land required for seUlement may be cancelled from such limber hunts idler
reasonable notice to the holders to
remove the timber. 'Tliese are provisos which will meet with the
general endorsement of the public.
Then with regard to me lorest
lands held in reserve lhe opposition
propose ihese lands shall be reserved till actually required for
use, when they shall be disposed ot
hy public competition.
The opposition propose a vigorous policy of land settlement aud
that land shall only be disposed
of for use and noi be heid for
speculative purposes.
The uext feature of the opposition policy is one lhat should appeal to the cities. It proposes to
transfer to the cities the property
tax collected within tbeir borders.
This should include the poll tax.
At present the provincial treasury
collects ihese taxes without any
adequate return to the cities.
The opposition propose strict
trol of the road should remain inl sanitary inspection with a view
Europe. Canada has hid enough j to ridding the cities of tlie low
of the management of absentee Chinese dives, opium dens and tbe
companies. The narrow, unpro-! foreign element which grovels in
gressive ideas of such men as Sir ti tf th lu the danger of the whole
Charles Rivers Wilson are respon-  community.
sible for the fact that  the   Grand      The opposition  propose a much
Trunk has  not achieved   anything  needed amendment uf  the method
like the  success   of   the   Canadian  of constituting police and licensing
I'acilic Railway. The Grand Trunk  commissioners   bv   popular    vote.
j management   will   have   to    alter  This   is  the only   way   to  ensure
i their   highhanded   notions.    Tbey  these bodies  being   in accord with
are not going to be allowed to sit in  public sentiment.
: London   and   bleed   the   people  of      The   government   program   pro-
thia   country   as   they may  judge   poses a  readjustment  of  taxation,
expedient   from  a  view   point   bo  particulars of which have not lieen
many thousand milee distant. They  made known,
must come into      se       otact with ~
lhe   Canadian   people,   and   learn     THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL
that while they will  gi - . .are      There ;- a pile of  truth  in   the
deal in  Canada   they v        •.-     • .; . bservations of the Sun
[required to toe the m n   tbeir  sel on the manner in which Attor
ney-General     Bowser     run:-     his
dej irtment :—
GRAFT OF COAST run-.- "Thi-"lection shuuld result, in a
rhe recent   Assizes   h tve  Bhown  gi   i lean-up   and   reconstruc-
how the courte  if   nstice  are   used   ■ the i ibinel      Premier  Mc
for   political   grafl   and   how   the   Bride  ie     irrounded   and   handi
lawyers of the intorioi    ire offered  cu - i abinel  winch fur the
■   i sacrifice  o their  profepsionalimoi     i        ;ht be  left at home
ren it the Coast.    In a recent    fu     hi      ections,   muoh   to  the
case        Revi li toke  a   weli known  adv in I I hi pro - nt e
partisan waa sent  to Revel       Hon    V\    .1.   Bowser's   political
it the expense of   the   publit •   found nailed to the
treasury,   to defeat   the   end      i i   he morning nl Nov.
'   e      He succeeded in bia mia     i Utorney-General  ha  lm-
mil the pnblii paid the piper he very worsl political
The same Coast  lawyer  was  aenl nto his departmenl    His
to conduct the Assizes at Kam loop     st ., i ..,  office  bs    been   one   of
at  much   unnecessary  expense  to  h       failure and spoliation,     His
the   public   treasury   when   there nl baa been   ■ ed for  po-
were   lawyers   in   Kamloops  who rposee aa m ich aa  i1   has
could have conducted the proceed-  bei ited to the interests of tbe
ings   list as well, and, being on the die incompetent   and
ground,   could   have    done  ii   at   i ,ack   ol   discipline   and
much   less   rust   to    the    public  organization   in   the    Provincial
treasury,     These  political  lavor    I1 notorious.    The reason
politics, and quite outside of tbe
fact that the particular piece of
legislation or policy met with its
views.
The day is passed for this kind
of blind support from any free
thinking man or newspaper. Nowadays we look into what the party
is doing, or is about to do, ior us.
We vote for a good man. socially,
as well as politically, often directly
against our personal political leanings, for the benefits of the community and for the guud of the
distriel in which we live. Thinking men support the man now
instead of blindly vol iug for a
party—and to the voters in tbis
riding we appeal to do the same.
Send a good representative of either
party to the Coast rather than
favor a poor specimen representative of our own private and personal party  leaning.
THE GRAND TRUNK
PACIFIC RAILWAY
Sir Charles Rivers Wilson, the
late president of the Grand i runk
railway systems, poured out a torrent of general abuse on bis retirement from office last week. He
condemned tbe British Columbia
and Ottawa governments for denying the railway company cheap
labor in tbe shape of Chinese and
Japanese immigration for the construction of their road. He abused
the transcontinental commissioners
and contractors over the delay in
construction of the government
section and threatened damages
against Canada by way of satisfying his impudent bluBter. He
wound up by demanding the con-
ju-tice, thai of the attorney-general.
The attention of the pulilh is called
lo it that reform may be demanded.
If the interior is to he sacrificed to
the Const cities at every turn, the
Booneran interior party is organised to stand together and demand
justice for the  interior   tbe better.
have to be distributed Therefore
at Vernon another Coast lawyer,
and a rioted partisan, was sent to
do the work of the Crown prosecutor when there are lawyers In
Vernon who could do it just as
well arid at much loss cost to the
Provincial treasury. This is a
rotten condition of administration
I- tb ii ihe force ha.- been made a
bavi - ii the cheap politician with
a local pull. Appointments are
made by political pull, not because of police efficiency. Even
the handing OOt of briefs Iuih been
used fur political purposes. Cheap
heelei in this oity have accimteil
reputable lawyers on the Btreols of
in  ihe  so-called department    of' Vancouver to lell tbem they hud a
brief to give out.    In  at  least one
case it was i idignantly refused.
Tlie Bowt r organization is thus
i-hiiraclerizi i by the same brazen
indecency Fund iu ninny American cities. U is a notorious fuel
that it is Bo.vserite lirst and Conservative nt xt. Anyone who would
suggest that it was an organisation
in the interests of clean and progressive government, would be
regarded as a Quixotic candidate
for the bughouse. Bowserism is
the very woist element in tbe politics of this province today and
Vancouver electorate should scotch
the Bowser serpent on November
25th."
YOUR   DOLLAR
will coine back lo you if yuu s| end it
nl home, lt is gone for evei' if you
semi it to the Mail Order Hnuse. A
glance through our advertising columns will give you an idea where it
will buy the most.
E.   G. , BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Royal Standard Flour is a
continuous source of pleasure
and pride to the cook. It makes
ibe work of the kitchen delightful. It is made in British Columbia from specially selected
wheat. The milling is conducted
with the highest scientific skill
and cara. Storage and marketing facilities place it in your
home in perfect condition. It is
a flour that is different and
superior.
Apart from this, Royal Standard gives each user a chance to
win a handsome 109 piece china
dinner set. Each 49 lb. sack
contains a coupon giving you
an opportunity. There have
been many winners. If you
have not won yet, you will undoubtedly be among tbe many
more.
MANUFACTURED   BV
Vancouver Milling &
Gram Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,      -       B.C.
1 1
NORTH VANCOUVER1
When you visit  the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop  at  the
NORTH VANCOUVER HOTEL
l'KTK LARSON', Prop.
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisine
48a31 Delightful Scenery
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie. Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigars,Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of nil  kinds neatly carried 011
llii-yeli- ami linn work iis|ieeiiilty
Kstimates gfvon on nny class
of work.
Front     Street.
t&ttw HobUti Shoe4
Granby   Rubbers
Are   models   of   exellcnce
in style,   service   and   fit.
ASK YOUR DEALER
FOR THEM
wm.
<sav'Si'i'''-.v"_L.'tv
NOTIOE TO CONTRACTORS
OllVKUN.MIINT OFFICE,  N.Milsr.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Government Ofiice and
Police Quarters," will be -received by
the Honourable the Minister of Public
Works up to 1100^1 of 1 Inu-stlii y, the
28ih day of October, ltKll), for the erection and completion of a Government
Offlce and Police Quarters at Nakusp,
ti. G.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 27th day of Seplember, 11)011,
al lhe ollice of the Government Agenl
at Nelson; the Government Agent at
Revelsloke; Government Agent,Kaslo;
ihe Mining Recorder at Nakusp, anu
at-the Department of Public Works,
Victoria, ii. G.
Kach proposal niusl tie accompanied
liy an accepted blink oheuue or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
l lunula, made payable lo tne Hon. the
Minister of Public Wurks, fnr a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of the
amount of lhe tender, which shall be
forfeited if the party tendering decline
lo enter into bonlroot when culled
upon to do so, or II lu- iml to complete
1 be wink contracted for. Tlie cheipies
OI- certificates of deposit Of unsuccessful tenderers will be returned to them
upon the execution of the eonti-nct.
Tenders will not lie considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
Blguod with ibeiiiiii.ii mguatiu-u ul tue
tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes
furnished,
The lowest or any fonder not necessarily accepted.
K O. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works lli']i.ntinenl,
Victoria, li.c, SeptemberSOth, 1009,
net ti
NOTICE
Advertise in
The Mail-Herald
for results.
WANTED!
500 More Orders for Winter
Vegetables
Why pay two prices for your winter
wants when by Heading ilirecl to the
producer you can ptirctmsc at first cost.
We are now quoting as follows)
Potatoes 6O0. a hundred
Turnips, Boats and Carrots 6O0.
a hundred
Cabbage 75c. a hundred
Onions $1.50 a hundred
Tomatoes,  Squash  and Pumpkins 2o. a pound
ALL OKOKKS CAUKI I l.l.V l-ll.l.l-.ll
S. M. McGUIRE.
Ceneral Merchant,     -     Salmon Arm
sep a 1 in
Revelsloke Land District.
Oioll-iul ul WebL Kuuienay.
Take notice that I, M. Iv. Lawson,
uf Revelstoke,occupation housekeeper,
intend to apply I'm permission to purchase Ilu- following described lands:
Oommenclng at a post planted at
the sinii.heasi oorner of Lot 8008 and
marked "M, K. Lawson's northwest
uoruer post,'' thenue 40 cbains south;
theuce III ehains west; thenee211 chains
norlh; theuce 20 ehains east; thence 211
ohains uorth to hue of Lot. sous; tbenee
along said line tu place of ciiiiiiueiice-
■ueiil.
MINNIE K. LAWSON."
Dated Sept. 7th, 1009. sep 8
NOTICE
Kevelsloke Land Distiict.
District ol West Koutenay.
Take nolice that A. W. Dickinsou,
of Arrowhead,oooupatlon Lumberman,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted near
ihe north-east eorner of Lot 7905 and
marked A. W. Dickinson's N. W. O.,
thence south 40 chains, east 40 chains,
north 40 cliains to lake shore, thence
west 40 chains following lake shore to
place of commencement.
A. XV. DICKINSON.
Date Aug. 10th, 1909.
NOTICE
■ Revelstoke Land Distiict.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notiee that Nels Bodine, of
Trout Lake, 11 C., occupation Miner,
Intends lo apply for peiinission to purohase the following described land:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Trout Lake between
Raskins and AmericaU points and
about four miles from the font of the
Lake and marked the S. E. corner
post, thence 20 chains north, thence
20 chains west or lo Lake shore, thence
following the I_ake shore to point of
commencement.
Located this 26th duy of August, 19011.
sep 8 OOd       NELS BODINK, Locator
The Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.
(STEGER   SYSTEM)
CAPITALIZATION $100,000 IN SHARES OF $1.00 EACH, FULLY PAID UP AND NDN-ASSESSABLE
The people of 15. C, ;ire gradually awakening to tlie fact that a vast amount
of capital, that should be kept in circulation at home, is now being sent
abroad. For instance in the construction of the Dominion Trust Building,
llie new sky scraper, now being erected in Vancouver, bricks were imported
from St, Louis, at a cost of $76 per thousand laid down in Vancouver, unci yet the Steger System Silica Brick is Successfully
Competing with this self same brick, in the market at St. Louis,
mday. We can manufacture the Steuer Brick as cheaply in Vancouver,
as any portion of the United Suites; consequently we have a margin of
Twenty-two  and   one-half per  cent,  duty and  high
Transportation Charges to eliminate competition. Can you see
,ui)' money making possibilities in our proposition?
We are not seeking large capitalists for ourproposiiion, to freeze out the
in ill shareholder, Experience has shown that all stable enterprises, even
to the Government, are founded upon and supported by the people. The
l'i nnsylvania Railroad Company is composed of 45,000 shareholders and
this company is one ol the best 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 <li'' 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,
In t ause many ol them have used our bricks in the United States,
What's the Answer?
CALL OR   ADDRESS .
W. B. ROBERTSON, Fiscal Agent. REVELSTOKE, B.C.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE II (\
i
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital PaM 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 QENERAL OANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS
At all Branches.
BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Adams River Lumber Go., Little
Shnswap Lake
At tlie foot of Little BhuBwap Like,
between Revelstoke anil Kamloops,
tbere in rapidly springing into existence tbe new town of  Cbase.    A few
The Railway Policy.
Willi ii view to giving our readers
unbiassed information regarding the
railway policy on which tbe McBride
Government are appealing to the
country we give tbe opinions of tl e
press Ixitb for and against.
VICTOKIA  TIM lis.
It is therefore   not sale  to assume
hPVNp
jjsr-'m^A
►   riwayL > • ut_■■-._,. -  ■ v- «j
Make Your Home Beautiful
witb one of our handb-me parlor sets,
upholstered in high grade silk, oi
damask, with frames tlmt are io every
conceivable design, auu made to wear
indefinitely. We have many new and
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces for
beautifying the home that arc taste
fill, effective and inexpensive, and wil
show your rooms to the best advantage,
R.  HOLVSOM 3r CO.'Y.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
arc 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,   Watcliei-
Doyle and Allum, Limited
in ensee bas iiiuiIl- a survey thereof.
I'-iuii,*, .,.- cm timber ure alsu graiitea
III   pullllQ  L-ulll]M'llliun,   except  in   Oil-   Clue
ui autual settlers, win, require the Um
" ,   lui   llii-lr own  use.
Settlers umi others may ulso obtain
permits iu out up to luu curds uf wood foi
mile    wilhout    competition.
The dues payable under » permit nr*
tl.au per thousand l'eut B.M., for (quart
timbur uml auwlutjs of any wood ex
i-i.-IH uuk; from 1-2 lo 1 1-2 centa per .lineal
Iuul   Iur   building   lui;.-.,   1, i.mi   12   1-2   to   2,
cents per oord for wuod; l cent fur fence
pusls; a cents fur railway ties; and Ml
cents per cord fur shingle bolts.
Leases tor gruziug purposes are Issued
for  a   lot-in   of   twenty-uue   years,   at  a
that the pn.-'iucial   treasury   will not   rental of two cents per ucre per annum.
,     , .... Coal   lands   may   be   purchased   at   Jit
be drawn upon for the   full amount ol   per acre for suft cuul and »2U for anttira-
i   -   ,       ,        .     , ,    ,.,,      .. , I cite.    Not  mure  than  32U acres  may   bt
months ago ii couple of shacks marked   eignt   nunureu     anil   lilty   thousand , acquired by one individual or company.
dollars ner annum      \T„r will ii l_„ ,!,__,     1'oyalty at the rate of 10 cents per ton
Hollars per annum.    JNor will H tie tlie   0f zmi pounds Is cullected on the gross
part of wisdom to limit   the  length of   m$foM Sur lftIlll  ,or aBrl0ultural pur-
titne during    whioh    such   Conditions P0?6? may be made personally a.t the lo
* cal  land ollice  lur  lhe  district  in which
shall continue. lhe laud lu be  taken up Is situated,  oi
m,      «        .. , ,.   .. if  Um  homesteader  desires,   ho  may,  oi.
lhe Canadian   Northern   Railway, appllcaUon to the Minister ot the Inierloi
_„i_ ,   ,   . , .,       -v-    _., at Ottawa, the Commissioner of Imnilgra
projected   to   run    along   tbo   North Hon at Winnipeg, ur the lucal agent foi
Thompson River and the Fraser River,' ^iL^t^ii^^iilhomy'Vrluiiro.u
will be in a very limited sense a colon-; VS?"© l"rW for homesteae
Ization   road.   For   only   about   two i entry.
1 A settler whu has received an entry roi
a liomeatead, is required tu perform tht
conditions connected therewith under ODi
of  the  following plans:—
tl) At j east six months' resilience Upon
und cultivation of the lund In each yeai
during the term of three years.
It is the practice of tho Department U.
require a settler to bring l„. acres mute
cultivation, but If be prefers he may mil.
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Corner Third 5T& Campbell Ave
REVELSTOKE
HorsB-Sliiieing s, Carriage Work a Speaaltg
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
OB
- «o.v^r
STRONG AS AN OX
That  is bow  you  feel  when
we supply you.
Ask for Itnperator Hum ard llncon
for Breakfast, Alberta Creamery
Butter, Finnan Haddie, Kippers.
In dump weather when ment is
hard to keep our Cold Storage facilities ensure you getting everything
fresh and sweet.
P. BUHNS & CO., LTD.   Phone 21
The Vernon fire showed the need
§f our
PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER.
The best safe-guard in which you can invest. livery hotel should
be litteil with these as a matter of safety to occupants, Kvery house
Bhould have one on its roof.
Only 45c. a foot.    Sample on view here.
I S. c^WcMAHON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP. m
J Revelstoke, B. C. %
^%-%^%^'%-%%-%.'*^'v%v-%^%^%^%-%^%^^%^%t^%^%^,%-*%-5
HALF A LOAF
IS BETTER THAN NONE
But hall a loal of bread manufactured by the City Bakery
goes lurlher and is more satis
lying than awholii loaf ol ordinary bread. There is a reason,
quality tells in the manufacture
of our superior bread we use
exclusively Robin Hood Flour,
which is the highest grade of
Hour on the market. We solicit
your patronage, give us a trial.
City  Bakery
J. W. GARLAND
HOME  OF   GOOD  BAKING
THK
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
FOR SALE
Fifty tons i,(  locally grown
potatoes,   in   lots   to   suit purchasers.    Superior quality.
Mail your orders to
f. Mccarty, - revelstoke
CEMENT BLOCKS
Miiiiiiractiiraii fur all classes ol  biiililium
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for NHin in ini'Kf or imall qnantltlii
at Ilia I..W4 -t priOM fOt raah.
All klmU ol bnlldtng mul iilHsterliiB
miilarUktu.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
its foresi site—today the town can
boast of at least fifty residences, wel1
laid out streets, a lirst class tourist
hotel, several general stores, two
churches, a bank, a school, two sawmills, and other evidences cf increasing prosperity and importance. 01
the townsite over thirty acres have already been surveyed, hihI nearly every
lot has been disposed of.
The cause of all this prosperity is to
be traced to the enterprise of the
Adams Kiver Lumber Company, Ltd.,
in locating their large and modem
snvniill plant at that point. The
WOlkmen have purchased lots und
built homes iu the oew town, the
Company supplying lumber on e.isy
terms. Mr. .1. A. Magee, the company's efficient manager, bus Irom the
outset taken a deep interest in the
affairs ol the new community, and
stands high iu tbe esteem ol all. lt
was learned by the Western Lumber
man representative, iu conversation
with the citizens, that Mr. Magee is
Blated for the position of lirst mayor
of Chase—in fact any honoi in the
gift of the people is bis to accept or
refuse.
Chase is about ten hours' run from
Vancouver, on the main line of the
Canadian I'acilic, and the site is ideal
for a plant of this kind, giving excellent facilities for storage and the sort-
iug of logs, which are towed down
from the limits at th.- upper end of
the lake by a powerful steamer owned
by lhe company. The sawmill building is 56 by ISI feet, and is equipped
with two double-cutting bands, a
seven-foot edger, twenty-four foot
trimmer, aud all the automatic labor-
saving devices, such as steam traui-
fers, etc., with a lath room 32 hy 106ft.
having a five-saw bolter ami a three-
s.iw lath mill placed so as to insure
the best reeults with tbe minimum
amount of labor. The refuse is disposed of by a twenty-six-foot water
jacket burner of the latest patent.
The sorter is 256 feet long and ie
carried out on a level with the mill
lloor. The trams ou each side of the
sorter are of ample width to handle
the special buggies with 5 leet 8 inches
by 4 inch tires, and enough of these
can be set in to give ample facilities
for sorting the difi'ereut grades and
sizes. From the sorter the lumber is
taken along an elevated tram 726 feet
long, with a gentle slope towatd the
yard, which is situated on a Hat table
laud nnd will accommodate twenty
live million leet. The drying facilities here are excelleut. There is always a breeze and the rainfall is light,
relieving the necessity for kiln drying
any ol the stock. This separation of
the sawmill from the rest of ibe plant
also has another advantage which
looks good to the insurance companies.
Besides the distauce, there is a small
stream which Hows between the mill
and the yard, and should either catch
fire the other could easily be saved.
The stea.ii power plaut is 5U by 50ft
built of brick with a steel root, and
contaius five 72 by 18 boilers of IM
pounds pressure, with Dutch oven
settings, and fired by the automatic
b iler-teed conveyer system, Tbe
power plant is also equipped with a
Bawdust deck lor the storing ol fuel.
The engine room is 32 by 53 feet 6
inches, is of frame construed.in, aud
contains a 28 by 48-inch heavy Corliss
engine with a nominal horse power of
600.
The planing mill and dressed lumber shed are now being erected at the
east end of 'he yard on a loading
tiack which will accommodate 20 cars,
giving excellent .-.hipping facilities.
The planing mill when completed will
be uf modern construction anil bave
its own power plant, '.vhich will also
produce lighting for the town lt will
be i 'I'lipp' il with ten machines of the
modern fast speed type. The din-t
collector system will provide aD automatic boiler leed, fill the shavings-
storage house, and dispose ol the surplus to tbe sawmill burner.
Tbere is no agitation about filtration
for purifying the water, its ihe company procures its pressure Irom Chan-
creek, n stream llowiug (rom lhe snow
capped bills, ai.d it literally is as
clear as crystal. 'The elevation ol tlie
dam gives a pressure ol 1 IS pounds at
the tap. There is also a regular system of underground piping around the
plant and yard, wiih hydrants accessi
bly distributed over tbe whole syslem.
Altogether the plant leaves nothing
to b" desired in location or equipment,
and, as the sawmill will produce six
million leet a month, the Adams
Hiver Lumber Company will always
have a well assorted stock with which
to fill its orders.—Western Canada
Lumberman.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
hundred miles  will   it   open   up new
territory.    It will parallel the C. 1' E
for most ol the   distance  it runs.    It
will give shippers through  tbe region
it traverses,   no   advantiiges   tbey do
not at present enj.'y over the Canadi' n I stltute stuck; and 2U riead of cattle," to h-
1 V       ,« i ai-maliy hu own properly, witli building
I'acilic i ail way.    It will not give oom-   "
petition in rates, because   it   is  a notorious   fact   that there   is   no   sueh
thing aa competition   iu rates between i
railways.    There   may he competition   .f,reU, lor by such person u a noincateau
3 J .       '"iiiiu requirements of the Act as to rem
in service,   it is    true;   but   we    have   aoP_°2 SrLor l0 obtaining patent  may  bi
I sullsileil l,y audi person residing with tin
never heard ol lhe Canadian Northern   father or mother.
,.   ., . ,   ., mi ll    tlm   settler   hiiB   his   pennaneni
Bailway in   any    part   ol   Its   system I residence   upon  farming  lund   owned   by
iv    ;„       _.__,!    „  .       .:,- -.i     .i    I lllm '" "le vicinity of Ills homeslcud, tbi
offering   real   competition   with   the | requirements ol the Aot as to residence
may  be satisfied  by residence upon  the
fu
for tbeir ."T"iiiiii--i!,i: luii.  will be requir
instead uf cuinvutiun.
12) 11 tlie fiillicr iur mother. If lh.
tiler Is deceasi-d) of any persun wi
' liglble iu muke a lioinesii-ud entry uiid'
llie pruvlslunu of tile Act, resides upu
farm  in  the  vicinity  of  the  land
said   land.
Application for patent should be made
at l lie end of three years before the local
agent, sub-agent ur a homestead Inspector.
Before making application for a patent,
the settler must give six months' notlc.
In writing to tho Commissioner of Do
minion Lands at Ottawa, of his Intention to do so.
W. W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
I lKK_r.HlllAl)K  No.   OK*
ll,,.v No. 14— Fire Hall N . 1
Hox No 45—Front Street west near
C.l'.K. Bridge.
Box No. 4li—Ci mer King and Douglas Streets (Palace Meat Mart).
Box   No.    17—Corner   Second   and
Wales Streets (buck ol Court House)
Box No. 48—Cor. Third and Charles
Streets (Cowan Block).
FIRE BRIGADE NO. TWO
Box  No.  14.—Corner   First  Street
ind  McKenzie Avenue,  C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No. 15.—Cor. First Street and
Kokeby Avenue, (l'ost otlice).
Hox   No.   16.—Corner Second strret
and Government Road (opera house).
Box  No.  17.—Corner Third   street
and Campbell avenue, (Globe Lumber
Co.)
Hox   No.   18.—C. P.R. station.
Box  No. 24.—Comer   Fifth   street
and McKenzie ave  (Catholic church) -
Bnx   No. 26 —Con er   Sixth   stn
tind,0l '"ti avi nm-, (W. \   I--   ti)
Box   N"   26.—Coruer Fourth stri ei
and \le \ rt li   r ave  ue,
Box No. 27—Corner Fourth 8tre.'
nil Townley street (over south trick)
i!"x No. 28.—Oorner Second streel
out Hobson avenue (Mr-*. Baker).
Box   No.  3-1.-  Fire Hall No. 2
Box  No.  35.— Hospital.
Box   No.   36.—School.
Signal for practise—uot less than
six (li) slow strokes.
One (1) stroke indicates line hroken
or fire out.
Signals are given thus
SOLID GOLD LOCKET
$!
^5.00
\\   HAT nicer Xmas gift could
be lound than  this  locket.
ll is made in heavy 10k solid
guld and has space lor two photo-
I_rnplis.
Delivered post paid to any
address in Canada —except the
Yukon—lor $5.00.
This   may   he   had   in   either
yellow  or  bright  finish.
Same locket in 14k     •      ■      $7.00
San-.c locket in fincfl gold filled 1.75
SEND FOR CATALOGUE R
Our h.ndiom-ly illuMiat.d  HI  p.|e  calf
losuc ,1 Diamoodj, Jend,., BUvirware,
Leather, An. l__,ood. and .Nineltic. Irce
upon requc.l.
Ryrie Bros., Limited
134-158 Yonge Sireet
TORONTO
Read our Advertisements.
NOTICE
interval 5 seconds—4 Btrokes; equals
Box 24. No. ol box will also be shown
on indicator at Fire Mall.
Taae uotice that SO lays after date I
intend to applv to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Reception Hotel nt Oamborne, B.O., for the
2 strokes—  half-year from December Hist, 1009, lo
.lune Huth, l'.'KJ.
Dated October 18th, HXJO.
oc 20 lm Coiiy Menhenick,
C. P. lt.
Messrs. McKenzie & Mann have al- i
ways maintained that their ultimate
destination was the Pacific Coast.
Any practical railway man kn ws
that they were bound to reach llie
coast in order to make their system
complete and make it puy.
VICTOKIA   TIMES.
W. A. Laird, who was one uf those
who prumuted the Victoria, k Burkley
Sound Kailway Company, and who is
today in the forefront ol the project,
said to the Times that the Canadian
Northern had not acquired the charter
of,I bat company, and ihat any statement that it hnd was unttue.
SUNSET.
Except in a veiy geueral   way inlel
ligent discussion of the Government's
so-callid   railway    policy   is   dillicult
,   .,, I, ,, -|     ,  ,. „       ., I hereby give notice that on Monday, the 1st day of November, A.D., 1909, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the
until lull details of the agreement be- „ ,   ,,       ,, ,,     , ,  ,   ,.   ,_.    ...
,,.,,,       ,   ,    .....       forenoon, at the Oourt House, Hevelstoke, I shall oiler lor sale ,-u public auction ihe mineral claims in the list hereafter
tweeu IheCN.K  and the Adniinistra       .,,•,-,  ,. ..      ,   ,        , ,  ,-     . -  ■ -.       ,   , ,. , ., ,
set out, ot which Orown urants have been issued, for tuxes remaining unpaid and delinquent  by said persons on the
txon are given  out.     These should he mh _,mu., A.],., vm, Mn\ f„r costs and expenses of sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
forthcoming   at   an   early date.    The
entire   agreement,   clause   for clause,. I-ilfel    ABOVE    jVLEIN TIONED
should   he   published   at  the earliest
Sale of Mineral Claims in the Revelstoke Assessment District
possible   moment   so   that  it may be       REGISTKREI) OWNER OR GRANTEE
thoroughly   threshed   out   before the   —    —
F. C. Elliott, W. V.. Newcomlie	
Ole Sandberg, T. MoKirday Graham
\V. Cowan, and John Abrahamson ,
Thos, Dunn and W. Par
F. 0. Campbell el al	
Charles W. McOl'OSSUn
ell..
Wide West (iiild Mill. Co. ol'l.nnle
Reward Hold & Silver .Mining Co.Ltd
date of the elections.
COLUMBIAN,
Premier McBride's railway policy
should meet with the approval of the
thoughtful elector, as it will with the
btiBiness interests ol tbe commercial
ceutres of the coast Bection of British
Columbia. Ils definiteness as to the
liability to be incurred by the Province; as to the period over which the
construction ol the Cauadiau Norihern to the Coast may extend, limited
as it is to the reasonable time ol (mir
years; as to the section of country to
be served by the new line and it;
extensions, will   appeal to  the citizen
with   a   stake   iu   tbe country and a  Lardeau Valley Mines, Limited
material   interest  in its early interior
development.     The McBride liavern- ,,
ment has not come   down with a rail- "
way policy of dazzling generalities, of ._
shadowy proposals, of a subsidy grant, ->
of prize packages for the railway promoter who has no backing but his
optimism and whose promises to hand
out with liberality when the electi ins
come around are his chief asBct.
CALGARY HERALD
I) D. Mann hae fixed up bis deal
witli the B. C. government. He certainly is tbe lightning mesmerist of
the twentieth century.
NELSON NEWS
As the details ol  Premier McBride's
railway policy become more generally
known the more must it commend
itBelf to the people of the provinco,
but tu none more than to those of the
interior. Every portion of the Kootenays and tlie Boundary is inten stcd
in securing direct rail connectiou with
the coast such »b is to be provided as
a result ol tho agreement negotiated
hy the premier with the Kettle Hiver
Kailway company, while a line into
tbe Bimilkameen is also assurod, as
well as one Into lhe Okanagan. But i
while the   southern   interior haH been ] "
provided fur in this way the northern Dav,d H; Wilson
portion has not lieen neglected, and
the proposed Canadian Northern line
from Yellowhead pass will open a
country, the development ol which has
been delayed only by lack of trans
portation [acilities. Altogether Pic-
mier McBride's railway policy is a
comprehensive one, and one which, il
curried into effect, will moan tie
opening ol a new era in British Columbia's history.
NAME OF CLAIM
Annie
Isabella
Hnper	
Dorothy
Red l-'ox
Home Fraction
Maple Leaf	
Oak Leaf	
Florean '-'i act ion
Lanark 	
Lanark
SutIon
Kaat Lanark Fraction
Blue Jay
Warwick Fraction
Clyde Fraction
Free Coinage
Lone Pine
Butte.
Anna
Joseph  ...
Maud
Spokane
Maggie .May
Maggie May No, 2
Interloper Fraction
Ruby Fraction
Glengarnock
John L
Mary en Fraction
Liza Fraction
Lakeview
Ontario
Wide West
A. K. Fraction..
Hell Boy   .
tNI'AIII
TANKS
i i.-r-
W. A
May
May No. I
May No. 2
May No. 8
May No. I
May No. 5
Glooscap
Glooscap Nn. 2
' Glooscap No, 3
" Forbes Fraction
" Reward Fractioi
Pilot Fraction
" Morning Star
" Homo Hun Liidi
Rattler
" Union Jack
Pilot
" Florence
•- Kootenay No, 1
Kootenay No. 2
" Kootenay No. H
" Jumbo
" Independent
Lard..
Ruttlei Nu   I
W Is     Edinburgh
•       Silver llmi-
•       Sei.tia
     Elisabeth
Gloucester
Crown Puint
Bonanza King
Ijist Chance
Alice
Alice Fraction
Tom Edward
Ooppei Queen
Pedro
Minnie I-'
l-'rai-
Frederick Young
John II  Hoare ..
David II. Wilson
Clara Grace Westfall
SYNOPSIS   nl''    ItKOlILATIONB   UC\
I'llt.MNll   T'lllll   UIHl'USAl.,   Ol''   UO
MINION      LANDS     WITHIN      Till'!
KAILWAY    niOLT   IN   THU   1'ltOV
INCH OK  UltlTISll  CIILUMUIA.
A Lli'MN'SE to rut timber can bo ac
quired only ut public eoiupuUtloii. A
rental of $5 per miiuuic mile lu oluuK'-'l
I'ur ull Umber bertha except those sltu-
.il' il west of Yule fur which the rental In
ut the rata of ;. cents per uere per annum.
In addition to the rental, dues ut tin,
following rules are ohurge4:—
Sawn lumber, Du cents per thousand
feet   B.M.
Hallway ties, eight and nine (eel loin,',
I 1-2 und 1 3-4 cents each.
Shingle holts, 'Si cents a curd.
All other inuiiii. in ', per cent on the
sales.
A license Is Issued so suou as a berth
Is grunted, but in surveyed territory no
tlnibor can bt cut on a berth until Um |
The Metropolitan Gold It silver Mining Co. of Lardeau, H.C., Limited
(non-personal liability)	
New York
Huston
Ohicago
Montreal
San Francisco
Fail-view
Metropolitan Fraction
Ohicago Fraction
Kamloops
Triune
Enterprise
Silver Chiel
Kamloops Fraction
Revenge
1590
1557
1658
1569
loin I
lotll
1562
1563
1501
lnD-2
loll2\
2601
..'777
27711
2776
277*
1588
1570
4669
5336
.">3:>7
5338
1366
2137
2412
2113
2111
5879
5898
6899
.'i'.KKI
6454
6455
6153
7113
7112
71311
7438
7488
7137
7435
7431
72-YT
72.1.S
7259
7592
72V,
725J
72A2
7258
7048
7IUII
Ti USI I
7051
7217
72IS
72VI
7i 162
7068
72IU
72_,1
2-*'i7
27*2
27M
27 V,
27.7*
27.71I
2068
2866
2667
2601
017-
0177
7696
7697
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6326
5327
5328
6329
5330
5381
5332
1962
6681
5682
5688
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3d uo
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16 00
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27 UO
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2* 50
16 76
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21 76
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Daled nl Revelstoko, li. C, this oth day ol (lotober, 1909.
E. Edwards,
Deputy Assessor and Collector, Revelsloke Aasosaineut District.
' THE MAILHERALD, HEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Revelstoke Electoral District
TAKK NOTICK thai I have received an objection in writing lo your
name beinp retained on the List of Voters for the Hevelstoke Electoral District, on ime or more of the following grounds; That the person objected to is
dead; that he ceased for a period of six months next before the holding of the
Oourt to reside in such Electoral Distriel: that he is not, under the provisions
of the Act, qualified to vote; that be was not so ipinlilled to vote when his
name was placed on the Register of Voters,
NAME uf PERSON
OBJECTED Tu
RESIDENCE OK PERSON
OBJECTED TO
Allan. Garland T.
Anderson, Andrew .1.
Anderson, Wallace
Anderson, Andrew .1.
Anderson, Oscar Y.
Armstrong, John Wilson
Armstrong, Robert
Armstrong, Henry F.
Armstrong, jr., Roliert
Atchison, .luim
H.il.l.. Predk. T.
Rink-. Hiram  II
Hunk-. William S,
Barber, William
Barrett, Joseph
Barr>. Frank
Beaton, John 11
Hell. i.e..    1".
Bethuue, Perc> StHlTuril
Biggs, Reuben
Bilton, 1'etei M.
Black, John Kuu
Blarl, Joseph
Blawett, W. J.
Boileau, Alfred
Boyd, Geo
Boyd, Daniel Allan
Bradle). William Gu\
Branford, Edgar John
I'.ri'Ver, RuLert J.
Brown, Hugh A-
Brown, Frank G.
Burgess, Henri II.
Cameron, Rwen IJ.
Campbell, John A.
Campbell, Walter li.
Campbell, Geo. II.
Campbell, Annus
Camozzi, S.
Carlson, Andrew
Caron, ' I. Fortuna
Carson,  William Henri
Carlyle, Leonard 1-',.
Carr. William I leorge
Cirr, Percy A.
Casson, Henry
Chambers, William A.
Chartraud, Ylduizc
Chartier, Telesphoro
Christie, Herbert Geo.
Cbristopherson, Carl
Christison, Robert ii.
Clarke, Russell II.
Clark, t'.eo. Rupert
Clark. Ceo.  M.
Clark, Anthony C,
Clark, Burtt
Clarke, David I).
Clark, Abraham li.
Clark, Charles
CleRg, John
Cole Charles
Coughlan, Fred
Coy, Charles
Crawford, Alexander
Crawford, John A.
Crott, John
Crcwle, S. D.
Davidson, James
DeRose. Philip
Devonport, James
Donovan. Michael J
Di-vle,  Harry
Defour, Felix
Dyer, John
Howards, Frederick
Egan, Thomas
Eisner, Norman
Entwistle, Richard
Fish, Arthur Henry
Fleishman, A. A.
Fluke, Alfred
Fowler, Walter
Eraser. Clifford
Eraser, Amus
Fraser, Aaron
Fraser, Malcolm
Eultoa, James G.
Fulton, Edwin R.
Gibb, Peter E.
Goldsmith, George
Graham, J. Mc.
Graham, Thos. jas.
Oreenwood, Maurice
Grue, Amos
Guthrie, William
Harlow Henry
Hayward, William A
Havwar.l.  Fred
High, George W,
Hill, Charles
Hold, Alexander
Hopkins, William E.
Houlahan, T. J.
Howell, James
Ives, Thomas A.
Jeniion, Arthur R.
Jensen, i hri-r. m A
Johnson, George
Johnson, Robt. 1-..
Jones   Kenneth M.
Jones, Stanley A
Julian, M-.ke
Kane   Wilfred
K.oie   R. A
Kelh, Thorn is
..'••v. .--i   Alfred
Kenned]   .'>
Kimberley, i      -
L ide  Vlm en: I
ii .■    .'i
gill   i I    ■
II   Jo«hua
!. twren ■   i n   - ■ , , 'i
Lawrem ■    ' unes
Leonard   William
Lepine   i ■:. ir
Levir, Philip
Lewis   K, H
Lindsa)   |ohn \V.
Lumb, Peai
MacDonald   Willrid J.
MacDonald   Roderick
MacKenzie   I>  G
Madden, Henri I'
Maddex, Rul*
Magee, John
Mailloux   J   E
Mann. Edward A
March, Charlei
Mauohe, A   I.
Metiierall, Bi -
Miller. Wil
Montgomery. Aii^h>
Morgan, Prank 8
Morrison, John
Morrison, John I
Moulton  William
Mown, Wellington S.
Mowrj, William
Munro. Robert I',.
Mnrdock, Jus. C.
Murkar, John
Murphv, Robert
Murray, Robt. G,
Murray, Alex. B
Mi Adam, Alex,
McCaffrey, Chas
Medium,   \nnu_-
■McCalluiii   John N,
McClure, Hugh
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Hevelstoke
Hevelstoke
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Comaplix
Arrowhead
An on head
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Hevelstoke
Beaton
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Oamborne
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Beaton
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Beaton
Arrowheail
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Camborne
Kevelstoke
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Beaton
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Wigwam
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrow head
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Beaton
Arrowhead
Revelstoae
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Kevelstoke
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Kevelstoke
Camborne
Beaton
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Arrow-head
Arrow-head
Kevelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revi '-'."ki-
Beaton
Goldfields
Revelstoke
Vrrowhead
Hv.. Istoke
Revi Istoke
Camborne
. loldfields
Revelstoke
Camliorne
Re- ■ Istoki
l   im -"nn-
t lamborne
(lamborne
Vrrowhead
Revi Istoke
H,--.. Istoke
Vrrowhead
Goldfields
i,.,I.It,elds
I!,   i Moke
Revi . i..k--
It.--.-   toki
H.   - Istoke
Vrn vheail
Revelstoke
Revi Moke
.Vrri'ii head
Hei-Istoke
Heat, ill
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
.Vrrowhead
Arrtiwhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
St. I,eon
('amborne
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Camborne
Goldfields
Oamborne
Briitoii
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Anvvvlicad
PROEEBSION, TRADE
llll CALLING
Kngineer
.Mechanic
Blacksmith
Sawyer
Farmer
Machinist
Machinist
Dining ('ai' Kmp
Machinist
Li'ibiirei-
Bushman
Logger
Lumberman
Machinist
Laborer
Fireman
Uiborei
liutclier
Clerk
Lahorer
Millwright
Clerk
Teauislei
Miner
Ltmiliertu.'Ui
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Transitman
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Lumberman
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Merchant
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laiinlieiuiaii
Teainstei
Miller
Raihvai Com.
Filer
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Carpenter
Engineer
lllakellliin
Brakeman
Lum hernial)
Clerk
Millmaii
Shovelman
Rancher
Laborer
Farmer
Despatcher
Miner
Carpenter
Clerk
Bushman
Trainman
Carpenter
Clerk
Shoemaker
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Millmaii
Lumberman
Freighter
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Miner
Rancher
Engineer
Miner
0. P. H. Shops
C. P. R. Agent
Grader
Scaler
Lumberman
Lumberman
Lumberman
Steam fitter
Coppersmith's Up,
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
Pipefitl •
Miner
Lumberman
\\ .-■- ■
Clerk
Fireman
Vfinei
i larpenter
11< okkeeper
Bushman
Laliorer
Master Mariner
Laborer
Lumberman
Engineer
Miner
i.i; enter
Miner
Minei
Vlit
I,uml" -
Gentleman
rinsmitli
l..il".i - '
Lumberman
Miner
tnsnr,   .
Tel. Operutoi
M i liinisl
Machinist
l larpenter
Until.   1- - .     -. [i |,|
At e<unit,in'
Lumtierman
Carpenter
S. S.  '•■  ■
Millmaii
Brakeman
"IVI   Operator
Laliorer
Carpentei
Lumberman
Clerk
Lumberman
Dentist
Lutiiberlii.il,
Machinist
Fireman
Laborer
Miner
Machinist
Lumberman
Miner
Contractor
Laborer
Teamster
Lumberman
Carpenter
Lumberman
MeDeriuiil, Hugh 0,
McGowail, Hubert
Mcintosh, Duncan A,
Mclsaac, Dougald l>.
McLaughlin, Morley T.
McLennan, John 1).
McLeod, John
McLeod, Angus
McLeod, George F.
McLeod, Archie
McPherson, James 11.
Nahrsted, Henry.
Neal, Frederick R,
Olson. I'eter
Page, Thomas II.
Parker. Robert
Partelou, Hoy M.
Paul, Edward
Peppard, Lawrence
Peppard, Aubrey S.
Persson, Gustave
Perry, Joseph
Peterson, August
I'oirier, Hector
Poinbert, George
Ralph, Samuel S.
Hetuoud, Gabriel
Richard, William S.
Robertson, 1>. J.
Hobiusou. Geo. S.
Rosaignol, John
Hossworm, Wesley A.
Sadler, George II.'
Sanuuouils, l-'redk. J.
Saiiilhain, W, A.
Sangster, George
Shaver, Henry A.
Shaw, John
Shaw. John J.
Shaw, John V,
Smith, Peter J,
Soucie, Frank
Soucie, Andrew
Spurling, John I-.
Stewart, Fred W
Steven-., Robert
Stew ut, Geo. A,
Sumner, George
Sutherland, John J.
Taylor, Stephen
Thorn, George
Weir, Kilwai'il
Weir. li.
Wharton, I. II.
Whiffen, Frank li
Wickens, W. K.
Wiildii'oinbe, Jnhn
Wilson, William T.
Wilder. Frank
Wills, Alfred
Williams,   Henn,
Wood, |„hn A. '
Wood, 1. A.
Woodland, Juntos J.
Wright, iMerritl II.
Zschiedrich, Charles
Zschiedrich, Ernest 0.
Arrowhead
Arrow-head
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Comaplix
Comuplix
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldlields
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Oamborne
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Oamborne
Halls Landing
Halcyon
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Comaplix
Revelsloke
Revelstoke
Hevelstoke
Hevelstoke
Arrowheail
Kevelstoke
Camborne
Arrow bend
Revelstoke
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelsloke
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Lumberman
Millmaii
Miner
Bridge Carpenter
Liuubt't mall
Conductor
Milter
Miner
Barber
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Fireman
Miner
Merchant
Miner
Fireman
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Laborer
Lumberman
I'laiiertnan
Miner
Captain
Carpenter
Miner
Master Mariner
Oook
Lumberman
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I'laiiernian
Storekeeper
Miller
Miner
Farmer
Teamster
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Despatchei
Bushman
Barber
Carpenter
Brlugmun
Electrician
Clerk
Lumberman
Civil Engineer
Miner
Timekeeper
Machinist
Machinist
Lahorer
Lumberiunu
Fireman
Carpenter
Ledger-keepei
Clerk
Lumberman
Teamster
Butcher
Freight Olerk
Clerk
Bnilender
Mill Foreman
Lumberman
Laborer
Lumberman
AND TAKE NOTIOE that at llie Court of Revision to be held mi -.lie 1st
day of November, 1900, at Court House, Revelstoke, B. 0., al lo o'clock  in  the
forenoon I shall hear and determine the  saute,   and   unless   vou,   or   some   other
Provincial voter, on your behalf, satisfies me that said objection is noi well founded, 1 shall strike your name of the said Register,
Dated this 4th day of October. 1909.
li.  EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters for Revelstoke Electoral Distriel.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Inder New Management
WHITE HELP|0NLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
UNION HOTEL
AHKU VIIKAI), II.C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-el as- sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
WANTED
I OST—Gold, oval-shaped locket.
Jj bearing B. of K.T. emblem on one
side and on the other HUH. 82 re-
ward will be paid to finder upon returning same tn McKinnon's Cigai
Mine. ei  i'i
WANTED -A fourth-rlass station-
ary engineer—Apply   to  .1. ('.
Hutchison, Revelstoke Steam Laundry
WANTED —A man tn milk two
10W8. A- payment for th,
work a furnished room, light and
water will be given free. References
i-eipiired.    Apply R. T Mail-Herald,
I 0SI- A -ii. .11. black, curly-haired
1 a puppy, twi front feet tan colored
Finder will receive reward in applying to J. A. Campbell, Seventh Sl,
SHOW CARD WRITING
HOUSE PAINTING
HOUSE DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
First class  Work   Guaranteed.
Mail   Orders   Promptly   Filled,
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Street and Robson Ave.
WANTED   Al City  Hotel, two ex-
peHenced   waitresses,    W ige*
.<>' per month,
Fi'H   SALE—One    trg    Oak   iide
in .a ni, a nd , ,in- medium sized ' "-il
stove,    a  g nditiou     Apply al
Mail Hi raid    Blt-i
FOR   SALE    I i-o  H.i .-s   i li..,|,
A pply   - i     ii..n man    Lumbei   Co.,
Limited.
FOR SALE
A Hall Safe
An Oak Standing Office Desk
A Roll-Top Desk
A Long-Carriage Empire
Typewriter.
Ki ill  PARTICULARS APPLY   TO
The IAIL-HBBALH life
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JOHN HULL
Revelstoke, B. C.
NOTICE
Notice is  I by  given thai one monl li
illii il.i'i- I    ml i   lo appll   10 llie Slipei
intend) I Provincial I'olii n I  rene
nl of my hotel  license  to sell Intoxicating
liq.llli Ittldur the provisions ui the Statutes
in lhal behalf in Ihn premises known ami
• I.- . nl as ilu- Koolenay Hotel, lilitalcd
^i   It'iiii'u,   B.C.,   lm   die hall yeai I	
Decembei   psl,  1909, to June jotli, 1910.
H.ili il I). I. w.|iil, n,n.>
oe jj mu       Stephen puouikunuu.
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN THE WETTEST WEATHEP
NOTHING EQUALS
^OWEftiy
ing i<4m%*m-
'ii,   WATKRPROOF
%.'•     OILED
.GARMENTS
THEY 100K WELL
WEAR WELL and
WILL NOT LEAK
soto by ear
UAUKS fVUtMM
lowtn Uudm Onto CiotiikCo uJaiuro Can
IHE RAILWAY CONTRACT
Correspondence Between Premier
McBride and John Oliver
"Vict, riii, BO , Oct. 21, 1909.
'Hon.   Rich ird   MoBride, Premier ol
British Oolumbia.
"Honorali'e Sir: Yesterday I requested In sn Informal manner to he
allowed to examine the oon tract entered into between your government
and the Canadian Northern Railway
Company, and also hetween your nov-
eminent an.I the Kettle Valley Railway Company, providing for provincial
aid to tlieir respective undertakings.
Vou kindly otl'orrd ine the inlornia
tion required, but under a pledge of
secrecy which I could not accept. I
nuw formally request to be allowed to
examine these oontraots or to be furnished with a copy, and without any
pledge of secrecy attached, As 1 informed you this morning, I leave ou
the lioat iit. 2 p.m., and an early reply
would oblige,    Yours truly,
"JOHN OLIVER."
The premier's reply is as follows;
"Violoria, B.O., Oot. 21, 1900,
"John Oliver, V.n\,  M I'.l', Dominion
Hotel, Violoria, British Ouluiubia.
"Dear Sir: Willi respect to your
favor of this morning, in regard to Ilu
agreement hetween the government
and the Canadian Northern Railway
uid the Kettle Valley Railway Com
pany, I heg to state that I must nd
here to tlie position I took on the
matter yes e day, and to reserve to
myself the making put lie ol all the
details when 1 open my campaign
"In the   meantime   I consider lhat
the statement   I   have   already made
publio, through the press, is Buflieieut
ly delinite   to   serve   the  purpose lor
general information.   Yours truly,
"RICHARD MoBRlDE."
Administration of Justice.
(Inland Seutinel).
The acquittal uf Mr. Iv A. Haggen,
of Kevelstoke, by the jury on the
charge of obtaining money 111.der false
pretences, was only what wna pr.icti
cally universally anticipated. Nine
the Icsb he is to he heartily congratulated upon Ibis outcome ol a very unsavory and, happily,very rare incident
in tne adiuiiiiiiliiiiioii . I justice iu
this province. The administration ol
justice in British Columbia, on tbe
whole, has heen so emiucntly satislac
tory aud free from any suggestion 11
partisanship that the public press
only ou very rare occasions ii< called
upon to comment upon proceedings
Unfortunately, at the present assizes
more than one ease has been dealt with
that discloses a condition of nlVairs
which if permitted tu con ti uue would
prove disastrous to the best interests
of law and order in ihia province. The
cases of Rex v Ah Louis and Sing,
Rex v Haggen autl Hex v Thompson
all, to our mind, indicate a state of
affairs in no way creditable to the
present administration of jusiice in
British Columbia. We dislike very
much having to comment upon matters ol this kind, but we feel that this
is an occasion upon which the press ol
this city cannot justifiably remain
silent. Tbe maintenance of the purity
of the administration of justice iu this
province iB no party question, it is ol
far too great importance ever to be
come subject matter lor partisan discussion. But because of this very
condition it is all essential anything
in the nature of a departure from this
high standard heretofore maintained
should he sharply condemned. We do
not wish to go more particularly into
the facts of the   several   cases relerred
to, but we would most earnestly com
mend them lo the nulice ol the attorney-general in the hope tbat be will
epforce a more strict supervision of
indictments and speedily and effectively slamp out any and every attempt
to make base use ul the ouurts of the
land.
THE POULTRY YARD.
II. I-.. \\ il y, i.I I'.i derby, iii il nli
was judge ol poultry at the Revi ist- k
Fair, I hia week renin cod ibe good in wb
thai in addition tn the prizes already
H ported, to- bad won at lb" Winnipeg
I do-nnl Fvliilulii.il ripietal Millions
( ,  i .-i siiii|ii,i male and best shaped
female also Inr besi colored mi md
female in  Hinglc C hod llr.-wu I,- g
horns
iue Mi 'n-'ii r< iiiii,.-■ I Saturday I nm
a inp round 'in- poultry show In
Washington and Idaho, Ile b 'si
everything wub his Kbodn laluiel
[ledi at Toponish, Co,-or D'Alene and
i.i-ni-inn.    \i  Coiiir   D'Alene   show
bis ii bile leghorns won litst awarel,
hut bis  exhibits   iu    brown    leghorns
failed i" g' t places,
for Sale
Driving marr witn xin'd express liar
qui,   Apply between ii and h p.m, to
A. 0. Carlson, First Street West.
Scotch  Whisky
»"■ — ■___—       >«_____«___■_■__»
Protecting the Consumer,
When yuu liny Watson's Scutch hy the
bottle yuu can be sure of getting the (itnuine
article, because we bro id uur corks ami use an
adhesive capsule bearing uur name, thut cannot
bj removed without tearing.
Unfortunately we are not so well able to
protect lhe nun who buys Watson s by the
glass   -some dealers will reli'l bottles.
But, once yuu becoms accustomed to the
use of Watson s, any attempt on the part of a
dealer •to substitute an inferior nrticle is n I most
sure to attract yuur attention— for Watsons is
a Whisky su distinctive in flavor nnd so far
beyond imitation, thut ('use who once use it,
can usually detect the difference between it and
uther brands.
insist      on
':")- i'l« 11- _7M._H__iJK_B__.-l I Ktf ■ '
Watson's
"THRF, ' STAR"    A ,,1,1,1, thnromlhly matured Scotch,
"NO. 10"    A full-bodied, richly Unvoted Scotch.
.IA\ins WATSON ft CO., Limited   -   Dundee,
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars,    Ratss$i a day.    Monthly rate.
JT.    .A-LB-E^a'      STOZCSTE      PBOP.
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
Si, Boniface College, which i^ situated across the river Irom Winnipeg, in the city of St. Boniface, is directed by the Jesuit Fathers. It has
tour courses v\ studies, a Course in Arts (four year), leading to B,A(
degree in the University of Manitoba; a Grammar Course (three
years), preparing for Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.; a Commercial Course (two years), leading to a diploma of accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), tor the
benefit of those who are not sufficiently prepared for the Grammar Course
and the Commercial Course. Tho Commercial Course is conducted in
English, ami in all the other departments there are two parallel courses
one in English and one in French*
Students are accepted  either
boardc
day   scholars,   or  half
boarders.      Por prospectus ami  particulars apply  to REV. FATHER
Rector, St. Boniface College, St  Boniface, Man.
The College reopens Wodnesday, September i, at 7 p.m.     sop 22. im
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 niiintti In'Oanada.
Agents in Great Britain and United Slates -London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Ohicago- First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Kularged ati'l Imptoved.     Flrnt-Class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Ham pie Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
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The oven door
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drops down and
provides a shelf
upon which to
rest the pans
drawn from the
oven.
The door is
strongly braced
MfCLAK
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Stria tad
OwniU
$15 to $35
We never rest on laurels won,
however much they may be
deserved.
We are constantly striving to
better the service that we offer
those who appreciate the finest
in hand tailored garments.
Have you seen
the new Fit-
Reform creations
in Fall Suits and
Overcoats ?     89
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agents in Revelstoke.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLV.
BEVELSTOKE    hi. O.
3STOTICB
Take notice tlmt I H I I.s Brash,
of Nakusp intend applying i" iin
ouperlntenrient of Provincial Folic m
■ lie expiration ul une month trom dat,
hereof Ior u renewal ol my hot! I
license fur the premises known us thi
Hotel Grand at Naknsp,
Dated Oct. lllh, 1909.
H. J. LaBkash,
KOTICE
Take uotice that I intend to nvake
application to the Superintendent ol
Provincial Police Iur a transfer of retail liquor license ol the Lardeau Hu
tel, Comaplix, uow held by me to K.
M. EvatiB.
Dated 8ept. 29th, 1909.
Jos. Dumont.
NOTICE
Take notice that one mouth aftei
date we intend to apply to the Superintendent uf Provinolal Pulice for permission to transfer licence nuw held
by us for the Lakeview Hulel, Arrowhead, iu Chapman & Irwin.
Daled Oct. 1st, 11*09.
net 2 im      Plumton & chapman.
NOTICE.
Take Nulice th,it 1 intend to make
application to the Superintendent ol
Provincial Police for a renewal of my
retail liquor license for the premises
known as ihe si. Leon Hotel, ot, Leon
Hot Springs, 11. 0., for tlie half year
from December 81st, 1909.
M. GRADY.
October 16th, 1909.
NOTICE
Take Notice that we Intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police fur a renewal of our
retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Leland Hotel, Nakusp,
B. I'., for the half vear from December 8lst. 1900,
OGILVIE & M< KITRICK.
Octobpr Kith, 1909.
NOTICE
Take notice lhal 110 days after date I
intend to apply tu the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal ui
the retail liquor license fur the Union
Hotel, Arrowbead, H.C, fur lhe half-
year front Decern bei-31st, 1909, to June
80th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 19IHI.
io 211 lm W. J. LlliHTliritSK.
NOTICE
Take notice that 80 days after date
we intend to apply to the Superintendent of ProVinoial Police l'or a renewal
of lhe retail liquur licensefor the Lake-
view Hotel, Arrowhead, B.C., for the
half-yeai fiom Decembei-31st, 1909, to
June 30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th. 1909.
oc IS lm Chapman & Ihwin.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Superintendent of the Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license for the Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, B.C.. for the half year from December 31st, 1909, to June 30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oc 20 lm J. H. Young.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license lor lhe Koutenay Hotel, Burton
Oity, B.C., for the half-year from December 31 sl, 1909. to June 30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1900.
oc 20 lm Wm,  Liivatt.
NOTICE
Take notice thai I intend tu make
application to the .Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal ol the
retail liquor license for the City Hotel,
at Arrowheail. B.C., for the half-vear
from December 31st. 1909, to June 30th
1910.
Dated October 18th, 19011.
oc 20 lm John Oalkv,
LABORS CALL
Provincial Policy Proposed by
Vancouver Trades Council
The Vancouver Trades ai il Labor
Oouncil propose the following pulicy
Ior the present provincial elections:
1. Abolition of the poll tax Ior
while men.
2. Abolition of Oriental labor in
mines, lumbering and fishing,
3 Income tax minimum raised te
$2000.
4. State ownership of railways.
5. Free land for settlers.
6. Redistribution nf seats.
7. Foriy-eight-bour week, includ
ing lialf-huliday lor store clerks ami
factory bands,
8. Adult suffrage, including franchise Iur women.
9. Lucal option.
10. Referendum of tbe people to bi-
taken on questions siu-h aj charters i
other valuable ounoessiunti t ind id-
ii il- md oorpiiiatioiis,
11. Al'-.iiui.'   ownership   by    ■ h
government   "I   ii n »,,     *i, et    ,
nines, with   pnwer   in   .en i    f r u-e
witb conditions lur utilization,
12. No further concessions lo ti liber speculators.
13. To reduce taxation on improve
ments, and place a corresponding increase ou land values.
14. Province to be divided into
electoral districts with oue repreeenia-
tive for each district.
THE NEW_LACROSSE
Oonnybrook Fair at New Westminster.
The Sunset thus describes the
match between Vancouver andNiW
Westminster:
The particulars of the light—one
ctiniuu cal] ita match—between Vancuuver and New Westminster last
Satuiday are well calculated to disgust all lovers ol decent spurt. The
spectacle of a Gorgeous Donnybrook
Fair, with both teams mixed in deadly
combat, the spectators taking a hand
themselves, besides having a free-tor-
all scrimmage on tbeir own account,
the police overpowered and helpless—
this sort ol thing is enough to make
one dispair of the future of Canada's
National game, as well as for tbe
future ot the communities who allow
the reins to lie bo slack over their
young men as to permit ol such an
unredeemed exhibition ol blackguardism. Close seasons lor various sports
appear to be rather the order of the
day, and the Post would respectfully
suggest to tbe authorities tbat it
might be well to declare a close season
ior lacrosse on the lower mainland for
a term ol years sulliciently long td
allow another generation to grow up
which knows how to behave itself like
gentlemen.
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days alter date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Halcyon
Hut Springs Hotel. Halcyon. B.C.. for
the half-year from December 31-it,
1900, to.Iune 30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oc 20 I m H. MilNTiisii.
NOTICE
Take notice that 80 days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Hotel
Beaton, at Beaton, B.C., for the half-
year from December 3lst, 1900, to June
30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 190(1.
oc 20 im Arthur'B vans.
NOTICE
lake notice that 30 days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for. a renewal of
the retail liquor license for Ihe Eva
Hotel, Camliorne, H.C, for tlie half-
year from December 31st, I HOB, to June
30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th,  1909.
oc 20 lm -    John A. Thkw.
NOTICE
Take notice that .'10 days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Lat -dean
Hotel, Comaplix, B.C., for the half-
year from Decemlier Hist, 1909, to June <
BOth) 1910.
Dated Ootober I8tb, 1909.
oi'20 1m K. M. BVAN8,
NOTICE.
Take notice that 80 days after date
im- intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for A renewal
of the retail liquor license for the half-
year from December Hist, iooii, to
June 30th. 1910,
Dated October 18th, 1909.
:.'" lm
•C. P. IIv. Oo.
NOTICE
Like notice that 10 days after date I
intvml to apply to  the Superintendent
Provincial  Police for  a renewal of
the retail liquor license for tbe Criterion
Hotel at CanilMirne, B.O,, for the half
year frum Decemlier 31st, I1IOO, to June
Kith, HMO.
Dated October IHth, 1809,
oc 20 liii F, T. Abhjly.
|    A NEW EXPLOSIVE
Stronger, Safer and Cheaper
Than Dynamite
A new explosive, a British invention
which possesses possibilities, it is said,
ol revolutionizing the blasting work in
connection with the construction uf
tbe Panama Canal, bas been tested on
the Isthmus of Panama recently, and
aB a result the Panama Canal commission ordered twenty tons of it for trial,
The inventor's exhaustive tents before
tbe members of the Isthmian Canal
commission showed that it ie absolutely impossible to explode it by ordinary
means.
The explosive was hammered with a
sledge, shot into by a rille, burned,
and ordinary dynamite detonators
were exploded in it both by fuse aud
electricity, but tbe compound was
inert. Not until a special detonator
was inserted could the substance be
exploded, but thou in a lew shots that
were shot off it showed itsell more
powerful than dynamite, lt can only
lie set utl' by heating a -mull platimuni
wire just inside the open end by an
electric spark or (use. It will not explode by concussion. It is claimed
that the new explosive is .10 per cent,
stronger than tbe CD per cent, grade
ol dynamite and that the cost ol manufacturing will be more than $20 per
ton cheaper.
BIG TIMBER DEAL
Thirty Thousand Acres Sold on
Vancouver Island
Pout Hope, Ont., October 23.—A
big sale oi Vancouver Island timber,
involving half a million dollars and
30,000 acres, has just been made by
Mr. H. H. Jones, of Victoria, once ol
Port Hope, and well-known in Toronto. Mr. W. T. Chambers ol Toronto,
conducted the sale. Mr. Jones says
that the   tale  will   revolutionise thu
Coast ex'-mri trade nu lhe milts will he
n-ar K qnimalt a- -I n much "ill
billion [i»-t of linn er, The null'' Ulan
agement will exploit the Viotnria &
Barclay Sound Railway, a i lirier lur
which has lieen secured anil which is
said tu be one nl  the "coming" roads
Desperate and -fining strikers, o'
whom there are (10,001) in Sivedon, are
believed to be on the verge of a terror-
idt reign in Stockholm and to be
responsible Iur a number of dynamite
outrages that have been attempted in
the last few days.
EXAMINATION FOR INSPECTORS
OF STEAM BOILERS ANI)
MACHINERY
Examinations for the posit iun of
Inspector of steam Boilers and Ma
chinery, under the "Steam Boilers In-
HtlPOllon Act, 1901," will lie held at the
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, oom-
iiieneiiig November oth, loon Applieation and Instruction forms oan be
Iuul on applies I ion to lb    nnd" s l'i ed.
'■' ll ll'iiii I ll" flll'lllel' lllll-    b" I'l'l III'I I'll,
• ■"iTi'iill'    li  1   'I  III.   II    I      I lllll   N ll.
v iiiii i Ihi,   1909,     Sal u v. $llu.0n - n
nouiii
.IIIIIS   I'Kl'K,
('In, 1 I i |>• -. ii Mn bluer),
uc 27 New We.- minster, H<
For Fall Planting
Bulbs from the Best European
and Japan Growers.
Homegrown Iruit and ornamental
trees, grown on upland soil without irrigation in the only part ol
the American continent not iu-
fested with the San Jose scale—
Garden, Field and Flower seeds—
Tested stock from the best growers in the world—Wire fencing
and Uatee—Spray pumps, Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Cut fllowers,
Spraying materials, etc.—White
labor only.—New 157 page Catalogue free
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   B. C.
Branch Nursery     •      South Vancouver
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i*tWra>"'.5Xjf'iy
-A$££
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Declaration of Householders
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
all householders within the Municipality wishing to have his or her name
inserted on the Voters' List for the
City for the year 1910 must make a
declaration before a Justice of the
Peace or other ollieer entitled to take
such declaration, and the same must
be handed in to the City Clerk's ofiice
on or before 5 p.m. on October 31st
next.
Forms  uf   Declaration   can   be   oh
l.-lined at the Cily Clerk's ofiice.
Revelstoke, B. G, Sept. 23rd, 11)0(1.
B. A. LAWSON,
City Clerk.
FOR RENT
Small  House in  Suitable
Location.
$10.00   PER   MONTH
FOR SALE
Residences,   Building   Lots
and   Acerage.
Money to Loan
Industrial Stocks
For Sale
FOR PARTICTLARS APPLY TO
W. B. ROBERTSON!
First Street
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That's what women demand in
their shoes. They must possess
the refined lines ■ the . tyl a] -
jjj pearance, and thia can only be
I obtained by the maker after
H can ful : dy, and it's this study m
£| vve  pul   into  thi ■•■   shoes .*
| i rain p »' rer—grey ; if; oq
U will have it so, which givej to
jk you, the women of British Col i -
bia, style and
FIT AND MORE
than that—most perfect fit \nd
this perfect-fitting, root-comforting shoe wears better because
the strain is evenly distributed
they wear more evenly, - : i ig
to ihe v. oarer satisfaction I I
Service Every Time.
ASK FOR
AMES-HOLDEN'S
ROYAL   PURPLE   SHOES
FOR WOMEN
FOR SALE MOST EVERYWHERE
!TVfl*r'rV*M f'lWTWf
IHE All-purpose Flour, and
superior for e.-very purpose.
Highest grade in ihe world. Purity
label guarantees success, cr your
money back.
"More bread and better bread."
WESTERN CANADA FLOUR Mil A C Z . Limited
Mill, ,i ST. BONi'A.cr  GODER " I   PHANDON
OH.. Wli ipet Mu
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rcoyit
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I THE MAIL-HEKALB, KEVELSTOKE, RC.
S
BLANKETS.-white and grey-Pure Wool
This is the
eastern mi
pure woi il.
'rd shipment this  season  direct Inun one ol the best
|Si     They are noted for their soft  finish and being
Prices $2.25 to $9.00 per Pair
UNDERWEAR.-for Men. Women and Children
with a reputation for good
Warm
wearini
ant
comfortable   U nderwe
unl guaranteed unshrinkab
NEW FURS:    All this
One   Mink   Sn,   $90.00. Persian
Isabella Fo> Sei al  $35,00.
Separate Stoles, Muff:
ison Furs, .'nul a few very nice sets.
I.ami)  Sut,   $75.00. Isabella   Fox,  $115.00
Marmot Sets from $12,011 to $35.00.
I.n .     I .adies ( .oats antl Skirts.
Watson and Miss Stevens   assisted In
serving
A very pretty iniirriiiue was oelebra- |
ii-d   yesterday   evening at ball-past 8
o'olcok, ac tbe  hnu"   "I Mr. nnd Mrs. |
Andrew Mclntyre, Third   Streel Kist,
when   Mr Thomas  Phelan Oul'nu, of |
Tee   Dee,   Montana, U.8 ,   and Kdith
May Webber, of Portland, Maine, U.S.
were joined in holy bonds, in  presence
ol a few very close friend" ol the hride.
Mr. Oitlton is engaged somewhat largely   in   sheep   ranching,     Hev. T W
Hall performed the ceremony.
Millinery  arrives by  express  every   few  days,   keeping our stock new and  bright,
REID cS.  YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
..   ..,   \ ikusp is
n-1 in   jt Hiu
i loluui
Smith,   ii-
off  ill
landlords
The c»loiii/_ution "I lhe l lien-    I 'reek
isti ici   ul   lilt    i Ikanatj in   \ ullei    with
i lunk      i trom tin    late ol \\ tisliiligtoii;
:- --,1'H --i in,  rapidli acciunpli ihi
Il ouui ed that the  C. I'   It. has
placi liters and all appurlen
auces on limpress liners (or priests tu
celebrate Mn-- crossing the Atlantic.
that will be given bj Mr.
r, Inspector ol   Public  Schools,   at
High School opening Kxercises will
in- worth hearing.    Come and hear it.
The   Dominion   Ooverinneiit   has  up
led M, ti. Robertson, "I I'im-  I lead,
; fruit iuspei tut  [or   British
lo Maxwell
■
'_,' ■ -   : , ill  itioll  ill.II  it
time the laboring masses  shook
tyranm "I dukes and ground
created    i   sensation   throughout   Oreut
Britain.
Mr.  Henderson     trchitect,   ol   Crund
Forks, and who is well known .it  Revel
Btoki aud Trout   Lake,   it   til   linderby,
where he wil!   superintend  construction
,.;      ,me   buildings   Ior   the   Columbia
Flouring Mills.    Tbr Murk will probabh
 -nn:.  the ijreati i  |>arl "I llie  coming
....
VV. li. Scott and J. II. Brandrilli left
mi Friday with the fruit which the) had
. Ilected in the Okanagan Inr the horticultural exhibitions in Great Britain.
They obtained aboul 700 boxes in the
valley, which will be considerably more
than half of.the total exhibit from   IJrit-
- il   '.'■olumbia.
The opeuit       :■•■-.     .,i   the   High
- . ■       ri                 ii    Selkirk   Hall   "ii
ride     ■ ■■•'■•_   Oct. 29, at S p. in.   Tlie
medals won at the midsummer t .aminations will be  presented,      V '   pro
gram will be provided.    Mr
pector    I   pul -iii-   schools,
t hii • speaker ol the evening
ri    ■ I in the educational progn
the city are inviti be present.
Whal   - ibly provi   to bi one "f
th   I iggest I in     ■• -     consummated   in
Kamloops distrii t in •-.-. •
ing completion.    The deal involve
wards   of teres    inclndin      '   -
Sunnvside, j   R- •      perty,
and other adj icent   land
present   arrangement:      ■ v     il
througl   in
investment of M      r        ipilalisl
wai rter of a   millii
J. T. Ri leal in hand.
Thi   Port ian say-:
- -. :   Vmei ■ I
continues I      ■    ■
Mon
cross
thithe
Fori
e Mid
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BAKE HOUSE PRODUCTS
Hiving in the increasing demands ol our I1AKF
HOUSE PROW CTS we have greatly improved the
quality nt our goods by procuring one ol the best
linkers in tlie Province in the person of Mr. V,
Boyle, (.lil, uf Vancouver) who makes a specially ol
high class guilds, and in order lo prove our state
ments we invite our friends to try .-utile nl our
Almond and Coonanut flakes, Marguerites, Kisses,
Russian Cakes, Gorman Turin, Cream Pull's, Rolls,
eic, also nm Fancy Om'ds to ortler, A TRIAL
OPDEIi   APPRECIATED,
HOBSON'S    BAKERY    AND    GROCERY
just
BUSINESS LOCALS
Oran berries I     Another barrel
opened up at il, XV. Hell's.     M^^^
Window shade-, wall paper, curtain
poles nud littiugs at 0. ti. llunie £
Co.'s.
pull's,   cream   mils,    every
Thursday and Saturday at .1
Cream
Tuesday,
(iarland'
See our velvet and Wilton rugH
choice colors and design. O.B, Humo
A Cu.
Again they collie! delicious Spanish
onions! Procure some at once Irom
(i. W, Bell.
Have you seen our Maish eninlurts,
they are worthy ol your inspection.
0, 11. Hume & Co.
We havo just taken in stock   a   new
lot ol Bissels' ball-bearing carpet
sweepers, the best carpet sweeper
made,    0. B, llunie ft Co.
.  Miller, In-
wlll bi    '
All those
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
ii-
go to Canada t
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BULBS
For House and Garden Culture
Bulbs |
I . ...
WE   HAV1 ■ '   I->:,;■
H ■     ■   I ij   . St*very
. ■ I '■ ! I   'i inths.
1          irietii f Nan issus.   Also
1             Cn mil  Sin iwdrops,
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and
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Bews' Drug&Stationery Store
l
Moving pictures Friday and Saturday night.
A V.W'.C.A. is  being    rganised  in
Hevelstoke
The Merchants Hunk olCauada has
opened at New Westminster
Tbe C.P.K telegraphs have started
the addition i i anotbt r Btort y tn their
•building ou McKt i   it avei
The  Bowman   Lumber   Company's
mill at Comaplix olost I for
son on Saturday    a ace
age of logs.
Lockhart the former treasurer ol
the Fernie Relief Fund, wbo was
charged with eml» I [mrr i.f
the funds was [ound Not Guilty at
: v- Nelson
1'iie rt __u:i" an el ing I M i, Mc-
Ivenzii    Hive,   L. O   I   M
I , tci    n Thu    lay 28th i
Masocia II il I, 2ni
mt- rt qui sti d i'. sl end.
Liberals are gel
' he meeting lo-uigbl
ollice   ball.   Second   Btrt el    west    I
appoint deleg ites to 1       d
eonvenl i . rid ij.    Young Lib
erals are inv    d I
The citizens   oi   I    - Id   their
lirst school   meeting   laM     '
evening, when a board - I school   trus
ti ■■- »w elected, -
\V in    Prict.  Ja -   Qrahu ti   and
King —Sentinel.
The  Mysti       - - tl    h
t     \   i- coming on   ipace
program will li t pal
it   has   not   bi
II h -
i ind will ind some
nthei      isii   I atti ,cl... -   :
■ Vtl
ii ■ i-ii        , per   inch
lsl  measuri
\\   K ilhej    il I or ml      I In
rised ■ in i f.-r  : he   M isi i,   •
I'M:-     '       llpailj    :-.   i       I    ly.      Mr
Kill'i-y ui-   been   lor    i    number   til
years head  tuner   repairer and regu
.rii loi   :ni    '■ impanj   at   I ironto
Those wishing pianoi   tuned i •
up ,lnhn McLeiid, Phone Sn. 17, ur
Mr. Kilbey, I nion Hotel ill work
is guaranteed, Mr Kilbey is making
headquarters at Nelson and will visit
tin- oity twice a year
i ine of tin- mosl necessary internal
improvements In the Northwesl ia thi
opening oitbe uppei Columbia river
in Washington, The state is now en
paged in spending 150,000 in the
vioinity ul Kettle Kails. The Norih
Central     Washington    Development
League has called   a meeting in Wen
atchee for the purpose of memorial Iz
ii g congress to assist in the work. Ily
making tbo entire stream navigable
.u, important trade highway from tin
interior tn tide  water will he
on which trallic can be carried
opened'
iheaply.
Kdison
■ City ol  Moscow" at   the
r beat re Friday and Saturday.
A lookup is to be erected at Sicamous, whiob will prove a very great.
••■ venience to police officers and _ a
guards entrusted witb the duty t ;'
conveying prist nen to and lr im ' ilea-
n igm points.
At the   i      ■   11 this  morninf
the p irty answei    5 ih irge     ;
_ drank and dis - - -   ITered
r  Sl ver.
I choose thi     iti  r.    An   un- '
rbo blew in
-
- . . 1
Moat of I •       1 ■ -
- -
I   tLe
Sir-.
'1 lex       McRae    W,    M.
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ii 'iit'-d
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e biii.
For Sale
Driving male ivitn good ex pres* harness. Apply between (land N p.m. to
A. (1. Carlson, Kirst Street West.
RNL Ml STEMIER
On and after January I, ihere will
inly be one transcontinental daily,
lint the new lucal will lake the place
I the other transcontinental hetween
K'-velstoke and  Vancouver.
The time-honored stop over privileges ou Iriiiis-ci'iilinenliil lickels will
hoooine ancient history if plans being
formulated In-day by the Western
Passenger Aseonation  are carried nul.
The   C I'U.   will   electrify   its li  e
frum l'li'ieiii.\ in Granby smelter, tak
iug   power   from   the Knoll
plant. ^^^^^^^
K. K Me.Neillie is appointed acting
district passenger agent In charge of
the Kooteuay district, west of Kooteuuy Landing, B.C., and south ol and
including Arrowhead, BO , with ollice
at Nelson, li C. H. VV, Brodie, assistant general passenger agent, iu speaking of the appointment yesterd iy, said
thai Mr. Me.Neillie had oome to Winnipeg as a junior clerk eight years
ago and whs one ol the nil n who had
grown up with the business He advanced steadily Inun one po-t to
another until three years ago he was
made chief clerk in the general pas-
senger department. The present promotion en me in further recognition of
his giid rervices. "We expect, goud
tilings of Mr. McNeillie," he said
and tin. Kootenay people will find
him, we are sure, very much to their
liking."
Hedley new foels it is hitched up tn
the charter if progress and will have
another reaen , to boa-t that It is oun
ut the huslli _; towns with a future on
the Siiiiilkn neen river. The Great
Northern ran a through train inin
Hedley over 1 lie V, V. ,V- K. Irom Spokane the oth' relay, the lirst from the
commercial capital of the inland empire. The rail head is nearing Prince
ton station at the junction of the
Bimilkameen and Tulanioen rivers.
Ballasting and surfacing is being carried un with nil tbe help available and
it looks unci waging [or regular train
service aboul the lirst of December.
The Viotoria Times says. "The C.
P.R. may nut be the greatest railway
corporation in the world but it occupies 11 more extensive field than any
transportation corporation in the
world, it is unite as alert to its opportunities as any business institution in
the wurld, and its prospects for tbe
future are brighter than thoso of any
company ol a similar character in the
world, When we consider what the
C.P.R. haa accomplished within the
past 20 years we are constrained to
wonder what the extent of its radius
will be in another twenty. Every
Canadian should he, and must Canadians are, proud ol the Canadian Pacilic Railway.
No. fi and 0 trains now only run
between RevelBtoke and Seattle, and
will so continue till the end of the
month, when the service will bo re-
plaoed hy the new Vanoouver Revel-
itoke  local. ________________!
Liberal Convenh
A Fine Showing of
Fall Footwear
SUPERIOR AND
DISTINCTIVE
THE
BENCH MADE
A general meeting of the Revel-
■iiulte Liberal Association is hereby
enlivened for
October 27th
li e. nlil
Wednesday
nl s p.m., in li e, old post ollice
building, Oddfellows' Block. '2ml
Streel weal, to elect delegates to a
convention tor consideration of the
nomination ot a candidate representative of the party to contest
tlm lievelstoke Hilling in the forlh-
'ay Kails' coining Provinolal Elections, A
', full attendance i
The   Convention
City of Revelstoke,
29th, at 4 p.m.
C. R
til
requested,
will be   held at the
Friday,   October
on
MACDONALD,
Secretary.
R. M. R.  DANCE
Wednesday. Oct. 27th
At the Drill Hall
Gentlemen 75c.    Ladies Free
Kirst elt.ss music provided
J. E. SLATTERY
Teacher of Violin
Music furnished fur
Address:—Care   ul
Fourth Street.
all occasions.
P.   C.   Ainslie,
To mention women's shoes
is to talk of the "Empress,"
of its style, fitting qualities and
general satisfaction, which
places it in a class by itself.
Empress shoes are worn and
appreciated by women in most
Canadian homes from coast to
coast. Are you one of the
wearers ?
We are one of the 400 agents
who sell them!
Style und comfort are
the prominent features of
showing of classy Fall
Footwear. We are showing the best and largest
variety we have yet
offered.
Quality is a prominent
feature of onr gathering.
Our shoes are from the
very best makers. They
are absolutely   reliable in
materials used leathers,
linings, finish - - everything i.s of the best. We
absolutely gua r a n t e c
eveiy pair of EMPRESS
and CLASSIC shoes we
sell,
'Empress" Shoes and
"Fox" Slippers for, the
Women, and lots of new
models in " Classic"
Shoes and Slippers for
Children.
Our Shoes .ire all maiked at popular prices.
AH Empress shoes have the price stamped on
the soles and are extremely reasonable in
price when you consider their superiority.
You can't et|iial our prices anywhere—quality
for quality.
Empress Shoes sell at $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5
mza
mna/L
O    CU    D CLOOOS.
NO.
23
I You Don't Have To i
£:       Go outside of Revelstoke to make ^
g:      your  Real   Estate   Investments. ^
£       The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd. 3
mt:       have the best bargains in the City. 3
I        Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up. 3
| Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents |
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
■
M      mil  Mr-   |i   I   •
A   II
and   I   11   -ililiiild are hack  fr
limit.!!, pi
MissCai    ine Ha r
i    M i       .-    a   H'"'"'    »l
■    . .
. 'I
Oharli in-   i -i.i- 'l-   -   •
. ■ i     .i   iome  monl hs
'   : ivelopment of ths
property in «hioh be  and II""  Thos
ire interested,    He  rt ,
looking
VI ,,   .Sturdy was ami una
ids "ii Saturday sl -
n tr to six o'clock, in her new
I". hi Sixth street Tbs
looked pretty and were obarmingly
decorated with autumn tinted foliagi
mul i ni llowers. Mrs. Sturdy, wh"
wcrcs handsome liluck silk dress, re
.iih il in i in- drawing room, insisted
by Mr» liny wearing a lovoly Dresden
gown. Mrs, Porter and Mrs. I'omlin.
-on presided at the   tea-table,   which
huh  decorated  with  chrysaiil li'-nuiin
noil spread wilh  the dainties! refresh-
iin.nl!      Mrs.   AinuKI   Sturdy,   Miss
tt'i )AL    COAL    COAL I
4*
Arrangi   u   i   loi your wintei supply of g I
suitable lor Range or  Furnace,
, i.i,'. there is no better ooal to be had, ask
-' irbo ' '   ising it,   Prompt delivery of orders
S. i,. ROBBINS
iM'frfrflfl't'frfrflflfrfrfr'ftflfrfrfrfr^H'M"!1'!1
I Good Groceries
A General Supply ol   the   Best Groceries
on   hand.     All   Orders   Promptly
Filled   and  Attended to.
Mountain Supply Company.Limited
This does not mean ' Skidoo" as I am
here to stay, but my Telephone Number.
Ring me up, and your Orders will receive
jjjg Prompt Attention,
(i. W. BELL
Grocer and Provision Merchant
fr
FUR  SETS
FOR  LADIES ANU CHILDREN
A choice assortment of Ladies and Children's Fashionable Furs at reasonable
prices. Come in and look them over and
get lirst choice.     Only  a  limited  stock.
MRS.  A.  G.  CRICK
First   Stroot      ■      Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
Um*
TALES FROM THE GOLDEN WEST
YES
We're Certainly Thankful     [
For Good Things Galore :
For The Griefs We've Been Spared
And ior Joys By The Score :
For Blessings Received Without Measure.
We are Thankful for Life
And All Things it Contains :
We are Thankful for Pleasures
That Lighten Our Pains :
We are Thankful for Health—Strength
Love—Friendship--Peace—Hope :
And Especially Grateful
for
Royal Crown Soap :
It is Sure a Perpetual Pleasure
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