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Vol. 15.-No 74
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. OCTOBEE20 1909
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
its not the Clothes that
makes the Boy. But fine
feathers make fine birds.
Dress the boy well he will
appreciate it s-uit of our " Lion
Brand Clothes'."
New .Stock of WinterclotLes
just arrived.
Fine Two Piece Suit, double
breasted line tweeds, m greys,
browns, etc., padded shoulders,
hand-made lapels; just ;like his
Dad'e at $5.50
A neat and- nobby dark
grey Norfolk for the little chaps
a very dressy  suit... .$2.50
Small hoys' Blanket Cloth
Coals, trimmed wiih red, red
Hatinel lining   ami   red   piping.
$5.00
Hig hoys' Overcoats, dark
grey cloth, a ' very taking style
to be hnd for $5.50 and $6.00    " LJlQlft   JBs'&Ild "
he new Cossack Ulster with high collar in  dark  brown,
mude for  hoys who know.. $T.50 t0 $11.00
mm
Ttiu College Suit
FREE
With any  Suit or Overcoat we give the boy a School
Bf.g worth .50 cents free.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead,
►o-oooo-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-
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 lhe best makers.
Airtight Heaters for Wood at $3.50. $4.50 and $5.00
Airtight Heaters, cast top, $6.50, 7.50,8.50 and 9.00
Coal and Wood Heaters     -    from $8.00 to $15.00
See our new line of Hot Blast Heaters
Let us explain the new features
RANGES
Here again wc have chosen from the
best factories in Canada and the States.
Look over the list:
The Great Majestic
Clare Bros.
Stewart Mfg. Co.
Tilden Gurney Co.
Copp Bros.
Moffat Mfg. Co.
Kvery Range sold under au absolute
guarantee. We have not one dissatisfied
customer in Kootenay. We arc never
too busy to show off our stock.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Tinsmlthing Plumbing
SUPREME
COURT SITS
Fall Assizes at Revelstoke—Two
Cases Heard—Italian Throat
Cutters Sentenced to Ten
Years in Penitentiary
The Fall Assizes opened at Revelsloke yesterday before Mr. Justice
Clement.
liltANI) .H'ltY
The following constituted the Grand
Jury:—Messrs. F.W. Laing (loremmi),
F, McCarty, W. B. Robertson, J. Guy
Barber, H, McKinnon, M. Stortz, R-
Howson, J. M, Kellie, J. Abrahamson,
R. J. Stewart, A. H. Allen, W. Hay-
lock, F. H. Young.
his lordship's charge
His Lordship, addressing the Urand
Jury, aaid there were two charges to
be beard. They had a certain part to
play iu the prosecution of justice and
were there as a butler between the
Crown and the accused. Their law
placed round tbe man accused a gocd
many safeguards. lu the lirst place
he had a preliminary bearing before a
magistrate. That, the law did not
consider enough and the grand jury
were called upon to go iuto the whole
{nets. They only beard the witnesses
for the Crown aud the question they
had to ask was, had the Crown made
out a sufficiently good case to call
upon tbe defence? They bad beard
the expression that in a criminal case
the accused always had the benelit of
the doubt. To tbe grand jury he
would reverse the principle and say
they should give the benelit of tbe
doubt to the Crown, so that the matter might be fully threshed out before
the petty jury. In that connection
tbey might consider whether the time
had not arrived when the grand jury
might not be done away with. To
him it seemed to be rather a waste of
public money and tbeir time where a
preliminary investigation was gone
into. Tbey might, however, think it
better to have this safeguard thrown
around nu ....cticc.l pci-eon.
With reuard to tbeir other duties
tbey were drawn Irom a large district
and had the right as grand jurors to | sh(,ulo fo'r „ montll
inspect all public institutions whether Tu Mr ui|lall. Komeosaid "Frank.
Dominion, Provincial, ur municipal,' gut Wm llow; 8ec it be got auy
and to make any suggestions as to the | B10ne,,» I called out, "you have not
way   these   institutions    were   being !   n nie yei„
maintained, and managed. They had | Mike Julian, examined by Mr.
also the right to draw tbe attention ol Scott| giive cof.oijorative evidence
the Government or public authorities , „imilar to that published by us at the
many   matters  of   public interest in ! l)re|imillliry   enquiry.    Oame   out
With   the   attempted   murder   of   F
O-setti.
Mr. J. M. Scott appeared for tbe
Crown and Mr. Gillan for the accused
Romeo, and Mr, McCarter for the
accused .Sheldo.
The following jury was sworn in:—
James Jones, Gus. Hedstrum, G. Hay,
N. McEiichern, W. Murray, S. Norman, A. Granat, N. T. Edwards, A
Davidson, A. Cato, Jos. Hoak, W. E,
! Smith. Mr. McEachern was cliOHen
foreman.
I Mr. Scott outlined the case for the
prosecution. Onthe Friday Ursetti was
at Julian's house. He went out to tbe
next house and on returning he was
attacked by two men whom be leoog-
uised in the prisoners. One held him
and the other cut bis throat with a
razur. Mike Julian recognised tbe
two prisoners as the men running
away.
Witnesses were ordered out ol
Court.
F. Orsetti, examined hy Mr. Scott,
repeated the evidence given at the
preliminary enquiry and which was
fully published bv us at the time.
Cross-examined by Mi. McCarter:—
Romeo is higher than Sheldo by eight
inches. (Prisoners bere stood up,
showing hbight of both men to be the
same). The men could have killed
bim if they wanted to. Had uo previous quarrel with tbem.- W.is light
when this happened, BiV-At half-past
nine o'clock. Saw the men when he-
was at freight shed aud theu saw
them walking about eix times past
the house where he lived. When he
went into the housj he toid thein the
Sicilian (meaning Sheldo) had cut
him.
Cross-examined by Mr. Gillan: Rumen was the one who caught me. It
was a taller man than Sheldo thai
caught him and held me. Am positive oue went without a hat. They
did not ruu by Gallicano's. San-
Mike Julian at gate when 1 hollered.
Waa ten or twelve feet from the gate
when they attacked me. Old mini
Julian, bis wife, Mrs. Demore, May
Casbato and my brother were in the
bouse at the time. They all came out
when I hollered. Romeo had razor in
left baud. Was going for stores, not
for beer. I had no beer before that
nigbt.
To Judge Clemeut; Am sure it waB
Romeo. Made u mistake iu saying be
is taller than Sheldo. Knew liomeo
for three years and   a  bull  and   knew
the district. S„- fur as lhe work ol
grand juries was concerned it looked
to him very much ol a larce. Here
they hud a minister of lhe Crown
representing tbem aud it always struck
bim if tbey went to iheir members or
ministers they would be much more
likely to effect their purpose than by
placing Iheir suggestions ou a piece of
paper ami finding it pigeon-holed as
was usually the c.i9e.
Tbere were two case* belore tbem.
The first was against two men attacking a man witb a knife with intent to
kill, and a second count charged them
with   intent   to  do   grievous   bodily
barm. It would be for them to oon- .gUed p,atform ,„ ,h, ;,u, i,,,,,,,, i „„,,,,
aider the evidence and return a bill on i t0,d m(J th|U flom(J mftn a8ke(, him fol
one   or   both   couuta   in accordance
[Ulry, liame out ol
gate because I heard Fred aboul; met
him about the gale. Qloud was running Iroiu hia neck. Saw Sheldo and
Romeo run reruns the atreet alter the
cutting and Faleelti joined them
dross-examined by Mr. MoOarler:—
lt was dark where it happened, but
ligbt below. One was taller lliiin the
other. At the bearing ol the Falaotti
caae aaid I know Falactti, but did not
know the other fellows. Could not
tell wbo tbey were at the gate, but
recognised tbem iu the light an men
I had aeen around. Told those in the
bouse the men who did tbis were the
sume lulluws  who  passed  the freight
therewith. The other case was thut
of being an accessory, aud it was for
them to say whether the evidence
justified this or whether he wbb merely a spectator in which case tbere
would be no bill.
D1V0B0E Mill
Tiie divorce ease \\ barton v. Wharton from Wigwam waa then called,
Mr. W. I, Briggs appearing lor tbe
petitioner. Evidence of petitioner
was taken and udmiesioiis from the
respondent put iu as to infidelity.
His Lordship granted tbe decree asked
for.
The Court then adjourned till 2 p.m.
TKUE  IUI.I.S
On the Courl resuming the Grand
jury presented true bills in all cases,
and tbe f reman, Mr. Laing, hinted as
tbey concurred in Hie Lordship's
views aa to the uscleesiiess of Grand
Jury presentments tbey didn't iutend
to make any presentment.
Hia Lordship wus glad to bear tbat
they endorsed bis views und thanked
them for their services.
Mr. .I. M. Scott, Crown Prosecutor,
. iiud u nolle prosequi iu the case
against Falsetti lor aiding and aliening in the tliruHl-cutting place.
IHI   T.llliMl-i I TTI.Vr,   I A.-I
lhe .lalians, K'link Sheldo und
Vlncemo Romeo, were then  charged
purt of bis money.
Cross-examined by Mr. (iillan:—I
was coming out oi house when Orsetti
called out. Might bave staled in
previous bearing I knew Sheldo a
month, but was ao rattled I did nut
know wbat 1 was saying. Foster
read it so laat 1 did not know what he
waB reading. Tuld yuu before I only
saw tbe men a couple ol days before
tbie happened and I did not know
tbem before. Know tbey were the
same men 1 saw al the freight shed
platform.
T'liOB. Bain; Both accused were
arrested at Culgary on description sent
out by bim. Searched lor Sheldo the
night affair occurred. Went to Ma-
reno's bouse where he boarded and
cuuld not Iiud him, From informa-
tiun went to look for Romeo and
could not lind him either. Went to
Calgury to bring Sheldo back. On the
tiain a man he knew asked: "Have
you got the Italian who was mixed up
in the cutting scrape at linvelatnko."
I replied:   " That is J-'rank thero.
Mr. McCarter objected to the statement being put before the jury till he
examined the witm-as as to tbo warning given to accused and proceeded to
examine bim.
Witness replied Was satisfied accused understood quite well thii woar-
ing.    Did not tell  him  the   man lie
(OontlWMd I D l'»st Tline.)
PROVINCIAL
ELECTIONS
Fixed for November 25—Parliament Dissolves Today—Nominations Nov. II—McBride's
Railway Policy
VICTORIA., Thia Day, Oct. 20.—Parliament dissolves today. Nominations
are lixed for November llth and elections for Nov. 25th,
Premier McBride goes to country
on ruilway policy whereby he agrees
with Canadian Northern Railway Co
to build 000 miles of railway, Province
fouling money snd taking mortgage
on iviud. Railway pays Province four
per cent
C. P. FSHOPS
Visit of Mr. Bury, C. P. R. General Manager.
On Sunday morning Mr. Bury, General Manager of tbe western section of
the V. ,'. It., visited Kevelstoke, and
was met by two deputations. Messrs.
Howson, Cooke and Lyons interviewed
him as to linancial assistance for the
extension of the X. M. 0. A, Mr,
Bury replied the Company had adopted the policy of aiding these institutions, Personally he was heart and
soul in their work. The company hud
in view their establishment in all
centres where they had a number of
employees like Kevelstoke. The miil-
ter would have to stand over till spring
however, when Iheir plans would be
matured nud he would be able to let
them know what the company would
do.
Tbe Board of Trade next met Mr.
Bury and discussed with him various
matters, but the principal was the reinstatement of tho C. P. H. shops liert
and tbe handling at Hevelstoke uf the
whole of the mechanical work nf the
division. Mi, Bury said he was
glad to see tbey were in earnest
ly the fact that tbey were
spending nearly $1(X1,IHKI in the im
pioveinent of their power plant. That
plant had been very unreliable 80 fill
and bad put I hem to ;l lot of inconvenience, but when they saw the people ready to help themselves tin C.I'.
11. were willing to meet them and endeavor to co-operate with tbem iu
building up I heii cil y.     The Company
would immediately begin the rehabilitation of tbeir shops in Hovolstake
and would now steadily increase their
stall aud plant. That, however, could
mil be done all at once. 11 would lake
a year to complete their arrangements
to  handle  all  the work here bul the
increase would   be begin, i ledintely
and continued steadily till lhe shops
wen- completely equipped with the
men und plant necessary to handle
the work..lb-expeeled In send here oil
more mechanics, married men with
families, within the next year.
The deputation thanked Mr. Bury
for his assurance.
Messrs. Qrant Hall, Busteed, general
superintendent, and Kilpatrick, divisional superintendent, accompanied
Mr. Bury.
MOUNTAINEERING CLUB
Elect New President.  Propose
Construction of Now Trail
At a meeting of the Revelstoke
Mountaineering Club Rev. .1. lt. Rob-
ertauii tendered his resignation as
president, and Mr. H. N. Coursier waa
elected in his stead.
The secretary, Mr. Forde, stated the
cost of the chalet on Ml. Hevelstoke
hud been 110850, of which the public
bud aubacribed sf 101 and the city paid
th,' balance,
A hearty vote ul thanka was accorded the city council for their assistance.
Ooniplaintl were mude that utensils
placed at chalet fur use ol visitor! hud
beon left ill u filthy condition, und one
ol the windows broken. It wai decided
to give nolice tbe key might he had
at C. K. Macdonald'a and only given
on condition the contents of the chalet
wero left in proper shupe.
It wus resolved to place on record
the iipprcciutiol) of the Club ol tho
sorvicca rendered by the late President, Hev. Mr. Robertson, The mat-
tor ol opening 9 trail for tourista to
Mt. Begbie wai dincuased and it wus
resumed to apply '" "'" Provlnolal
Government to provide a grant of
|1000 lur the purpose in next estimates .
thing
the   Hunter,
SPORTSMEN
Who are in doubt as to
where they can best obtain
all kinds of 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 every-
Trapper  and   the   Prospector.
HEATING   STOVES
It will soonbe time to purchase that Heater. We have
just the 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
values are
easy to see.
/. ■
s «£$    to
O'
emr-  t
Field glasses are not needed to see the
fine points of perfection in the kind of
clQthes 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
paiticular dressers, men who never wore
ready made clothes to see ours.
IS
Fit Reform Clothing jj
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recentl) been completed undei  which ihe branches
ol ibis Bunk aru able lo Issue Diotts on Ihe principal points
In the follow in? countries:
dlun
gary
Auslri
Belgiu
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crelr
Denmark
Egypl
Faroe Island
NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.
Finland Ireland
Formosa Italy
France Japan
Fr'ch Cochin-China la
Germany
Great Britain*
Greece
Hell.md
Iceland
India
Manchuria
Mexico
Norwa)
Persia
Phillipine Islands
Kouul.uiitl
Russia
Servia
Siam
South Africa
Straits Settlements
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indiei 17^
and elsewhere
FULL   PARTICULARS    ON    APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH — A.    H,'   ALLEN.    MQR.
See The Fascinating Goodness
in  tin-  links
Smne goodne
grade   meat   We   offer.
tary, spotless  surroundings,  in
temperature, and whisked (roi
t the word "market."
in every pound of high-
Kept iu suni-
/.ero
our
-chests to yours in covered careful
ness ou the way- juicy Koiu-ts, I _amh,
Coiii-Feii Pork, Country Sausages.
Everything thai an
Up-to-date Meat Market
can offer for the health, pleasure, and
profit   of  its  customers,   Give  us i*
trial TO-DAY.
Maundrell Meat Market
Wc handle Premier Hams and Bacon
ARROWHEAD.
The people of Arrowhead received a
great treat on Satuiday night, Ool 16,
when the Kevelstoke Amateur Dramatic   Club   presented   the     irresistible
comedy "Confusion."   The house was
one o.' tin largest in the history ol
Arrowhead and wai most encouraging
to tlie players, who lUOCeeded In tending everyone home laughing and well
pleased.
Kvery member waa happily chosen
lor the parts played, and eacb one
showed thst the part had been
thoroughly studied and practised, thus
btinging tbe three acts off without a
hitch.
Tbe pianist, Miss Frances Lawson,
delighted the audience between acts
with both popular and classical selections.
Mr. 11. K. Copeland is to be congratulated uu bia neat mauagement, THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
She flfoafl-lbcralb.
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SATURDAY   Al
REVELSTOKE. B,   C.
Sntenov ^ubltsbing Companfi,
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Subscription   Rates
Including postage to tfiuffland, United  Hullh
and Canada.
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ranoe.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal notioeb 10 cenU per lino tli>t lusertlon,
5cenu per line each subsequent Ins-ertlon
Measurement i Nonpartel U- lines nmke one
iuch]. Store and general bti«iiu'>s announce nit ut- §__!..>' per inch per month.
l'refeiTtd po-itioiir, 'J5 per cunt, ad-
diU( fcal. Births, Marriages and Deaths,
fiOc.  eaeh  insertion.
Land notices $7.60 All advertisements
subject to tho approval of the management.
Wanted and Condensed Advertisements: -
Agents Wauted, Help Wuntwl. Situations
wanted, Situations Vaoant, Teoohora
Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, 10 words or
less -je.. each additional line lo cents.
Cbaugtw in standing advertisements must
ot-in iii y a. m, Tuesday and Krklay of
weli week iu secure gumi display,
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters of
public Interest. Communications to Editor must be accompanied bjr name of
writer, nut necessarily fo publication, but
** evidence ui good faith, uorrospondonoe
ubouki bu enut.
H
AKVKY, McOARTEK
ANU PINKHAM,
liAKitltirKHH, BOLIC1TOHB, ETC.
U» I .1 r.i .     l.MfKKiAL   I  ANK   BUILDIHQ   IU.VB.L-
BlUKK,   11. C,
Money to loan,
Olfices; HeveutOke, B 0.    OiiLbruulf, Hr U.
tJKO. ts. McCaktkk
\. M.   i'lNKHAM J. A.  HaKVKV,
Hcvolriioke, Cranbrook, B. C.
w
1LL1A.M I. BKIOUS
Barrister
Solicitor, elc.
Solicitor for:—
Tun Canadian Hank ok Commerce,
Tuk Molsons Bank, Ktc.
FIRST ST.,   -   REVELSTOKE, B.C.
puBi-.KT SMITH
Provincial Land .Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
Engineering
McKknzik Avenue.
UlIX lIKi, Revelstoke
E. A.   HAGGEN
"Mining Engineer
Kevelstoke, B. C,
Mem. American Institute Mining
liugiuuerb
.Mem. Can. Mill. Inst.
Kxauiiiiatioin   und   itepurta   on   .Mines,
and Mining   Inve.-iinenis uspecialty.
blue I'riiits supplied oi  plans of I.anh,
Mines and Timber
Cable Address -"Kanagan," Hevelstoke
Codes—Moreing and Keill, Bedford McNeill, Western Union, Clougb.
C. W.  O   W.
Houses To Let
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET—Near Campbell
Avenue. Kight Rooms and Huth. To rent from November 10th, at $25.00 per month.
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET—Near C. P. R. Shops
Five Rooms mil Bath. To rent at 115.00 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.
FOR    PARTICULARS   APPLY  TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   ANU   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
steam auxiliary ho as to avoid any
inconvenience to tbe public when
they have to shut off the water in
tlie course nf the work, is a good
one, as it will prevent the annoyance that always results when tho
plant has to be shut down. We
are glad to Bee the Oity Council
approve the idea.
Tlie Board of Trade has reason
to feel proud of the excellent work
it has done in the interest of Revolstoke during the past three
months, Nothing like it has been
achieved in tlie history of the city,
llevelsloke real estate will have an
milled value. New businesses will
come in. Present business linns
will extend nnd erect new buildings,
The outlook for Revelstoke was
never better or brighter, and every
citizen of this town has reason to
Congratulate the board on the excellent results that are lining
achieved.
ntaln View Camp, No. 129
Wednesdays In
Moil  ^^^^^^
iMeoU   BCOODd   null   Koliltl
iiioiuli. ui Selkirk Hall,
men cunliali- Invited u> attend.
Jims . 11:i.siin. Con. I'om
j. AlclN'J HUIt), Ulork.
.".ch nionvh. in aaiirk Hall.   VIhIUu   ttood
KEVELSTOKE AERIE No, 423
F. O. E.
TL. te<uUr uieeliug^ nre lieWi in tlie Selkirk
Hall    every     Tue:..lhyi    evening    al      Eight
; clock.   Viaiiii.K brethren oordlally Invited,
T   J. WALSH. I'KKHiDB.N-r.
W. K. McLACi'HLlN.SEeuEtAKY.
Kootonay Lodge. No. IS, A  F. & A. M.
The roniil.ir meeting, nre hnld iu lho
klisONlCTEMPLE
Odillolli.wi Bull, ou
lhe thinl Meudii)' iu
each inuulh ill *
p.m. Visiting brethren cordially wel-
cum,.
U,  A.  I'KUI.T'NIEK,  StCKETAHY.
SELKIRK LODGE 12, I.O.O.F.
Meel= every Thursday evening iu Selkirk Hall at h o'clock
  PViaitititj. brethren are
cordially iuvited to atleu-j.
ALBERT AK.MAN. N.O.     MS   MATHIE.Sn.'.
The House ol Lord.- has evidently
thought better of its threats of
throwing out the progressive legislation of the Asquith government.
The House of Lords unanimously
passed tlie second reading of the
IJevelopinont nnd Roads Improvement Bill, which provides for the
utilisation of the funds obtained by
taxing motors, etc,, for the develop
ment of the agricultural districts
and building and improvement of
roads. Though a separate bill, il
is really an integral part of the
budget Bcbeuie and oould only
come into operation it the budget
i.- adopted.
It is
engine
time tlie C.P.R. put a heller
on tlie Revelstoke-Arrow-
head run. Kor some years the
engine in use has been a frequent
source of trouble and delayed
trains.    Il   reminds   one   of   con-
such houses and if there are not
enough in sight it would be worth
while to organise a local building
society to meet the contingency.
tiono.     Preparatory to doing away j when he happened to stop off here 7"
i.. • . ___,_._   ".
with the grand jury, however, an
amendment is required in the system of appointing magistrates and
justices of the peace. The present
system is rotten and a disgrace to
British civilisation. To say that
politioal partisanship is the main
qualification for a magistracy is
contrary to the principles of British
justice. In no state function are
level-headed, experienced men required more than in the administration of justice and in fact all
such appointees should have a legal
training, and be men of character
and integrity. No one can say that
the present magistracy meets that
standard. It ia tilled by any Tom,
Dick, Harry or Billy who fancies
himself, wants to attach "J, P." to
his name and above all things
votes for the powers that be, however corrupt. That system is a
travesty on justice, and it means,
to use Judge Morrison's expression,
" the prostitution of justice" of
which we have seen so much in
Revelsloke during the past year.
THE CITY AND C.P.R.
The last vestige of dilliculty
between Revelstoke and the C.P.R.
has disappeared and both the city
and the company are to be congratulated on the fact. For the
lirst time since the opening of the
railway a good understanding has
been arrived at, and it will be to
the advantage of both. The city
will have the support and co-operation of tbe C.I'.R. both in regard
to the power plant and the operation of tlie shops here on an improved and extended basis wbicli
will cover tho whole of llie repair
work on the Mountain and Shuswap division. This involves the
addition of new machinery to
handle the larger engines now in
use on the division, and the fact
lhat the company have undertaken
In have the shops placed on a full
operating basis within a year will
mean much to llevelstake. As the
staff will now be gradually increased and preference given to
family men, the step taken by tlie
C.P.R. means a considerable increase in tlie population of this
oity.	
BRITAIN'S  DISHONOR
The treatment of the British
suffragettes by the prison authorities is a disgrace to the Liberal
government, It reads like a page
from the history of lhe dark ages.
Kier Hardie put questions in the I bylaw on Saturday week and the
Commons as to the treatment nf council and citizens have reason to
the imprisoned Birmingham suffra- be jubilant at the satisfactory re-
gists.    He wanted particularly   tu j riUlts already accruing to  the  city.
NEW ERA FOR REVELSTOKI-;
The result of tlie interview between Mr. Bury, General Manager
of the Western system of the C.P.R.
and the Board of Trade is
a matter for congratulation. The
Board could not have adopted a
better policy than that of getting a
good understanding between the
C.P.R. and the city. The Board
met Mr. McNichol, Kirst Vice-
President, and Mr. Whyte, Second
Vice-President, with Uu-result that,
while tlie interviews were satisfactory, the whole responsibility 'was
found to devolve on Mr. Bury.
That gentleman is one of tlie foremost railway men not only of
Oanada but of the world, lie occupies a position of great responsibility. Other great railway systems
have tried to steal hiin from the
C.P.R. by the offer ol enormous
salaries. Mr. Bury still, however,
stays with bis old company, enjoys
their confidence, and in this interview showed that he also wished lo
have the confidence of lhe public.
He hits out from shoulder, says
straight what he means, and everybody knows it. He has promised
Revelstoke that the railway workshops here will be reinstated and
fully equipped to handle lhe work
on  tin-   Mountain   and   Shuswap
Division.      Thin ib uin, eutiafaolory
result  of   the  vote  on  the  power
this year iiul ran across Mayor
Lindmark Tbat gentleman, he
tells us, to k the most forcible way
of disabusing him of the erroneous
ideas he had picked up by taking
him for a c1 rive around tlie di trict.
He collect' I samples of the fruit
and crops iiesaw, and now declares
Revelstoke is the most fertile spot
in British Columbia, as he never
saw anything like the quality of
fruit and other products of lhe
Revelstoke land. Tlie result is
that this self same man is
now a booster for Revelstoke. This
should be a hint for lhe Board of
Trade to get up a little dinner for
the railway conductors, take them
for a trip around the city, show
tbem the farms, orchards, and the
up-to-date methods of clou ring land
by steam and the progress Revelstoke is milking, ll is worth while
now we are boosting Revelstoke to
get the railway men in line. They
may be depended on to teil the
fuels as they know them and that
is all Revelstoke wants. We are
sure the conductors will accept tbe
hint and will make their information for Revelstoke up-to-date.
They are all good fellows and will
do the right thing
NORTH VANCOUVER
When you  visit   the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop  at  the
NORTH VANCOUVER HOTEL
l'I'.Tl'. LARSON, Prop,
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisinc
48a31 Delightful Scenery
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit,Candies, Cigars,Tobacco.
Meals 85 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
Your Turn Will
Come
This means a new era of progress
and prosperity for Revelstoke,
whose future as a city was never
better assured, whose prospects
were never brighter, and whose
standing as a field for investment
and the seal of indusrtial enterprise is as good as that of any city
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Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B. C.
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Hai.     at     _■    o'ci ick.      '• luring
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WEDNESDAY, OOT.  20, 1009
At the city council meeting on Fri-
iUy tlie May .r remarked that a great
denl ol benefit would accrue to th>
city Irom the bylaw passed on Saturday week. He said much 01 edit wa»
due to the aldermen (or tbe active,
part tbey bad taken in carrying it
through.
Revelstoke appreciates the co
operation Bbown this cil) by Mr,
McNicoll, lirst vice-president of
lhe C.P.R. Mr. U'hyte second
vice-president and Mr. liury, general manage) ol the Western Division. Tin-He gentlemen have met
lhe Board of Trade and citizens in
n lair, square and progressive spirit
that has had its good effect and
will not soon be forgotten,
Tin- suggestion ol lhe engineers
ii' .barge ol  lhe power   plant   inr
pro\eoienti- lo put in a temporary
know whether a lirni of solicitors
had lieen refused an interview with
the prisoners. Mr. (iladstone's reply was lhat a lirm of solicitors
struction days for instance to see j had asked for permission for an
an engine have to split its train at j interview with the prisoners and
tlie (.ireen Slide grade, then wait, the permission had been refused,
half on hour to get up steam to Then the women were treated like
make another move, and then per- the French rancher treats his in the west. We thank Mr. Bury
haps stick at the lllecillewaet grade.: broilers—fed with stomach pumps, ior his co-operation and assistance
Yet this is no new experience onj There is no logical reason why in the development of the city, and
the Revelstoke-Arrowhead run. and | women should not have the fran-; we feel sure he will be satisfied
we are surprised this condition hae : chise if they want it? Municipal with tbe results that will accrue
not been remedied sooner by a pru-   woman's   franchise   is    recognised   from the  important concession he
throughout    the     Empire    where   has made,
women   are   owners   of   property. "
Women have the same franchise as i HIN '   H,R BA1L"
i     ._.. f,„„M,;« l.w-o* WAY CONDUCTORS
men  tinder   the  franchise   laws ot |
lustralia and New Zealand and. In their way, railway conductors
the adoption ol thu principle bae
been attended with national benefit. Why the mother country
Bhould treat like bog- their women
who n-K 'in-  -.une   rights   as   their
gressive cumpany like tbe C.P.R
Many of the users of Koyal
Standajd Flour have secured the
beautiful 109 piece dinner set
which goes with each of the ten
winning numbers each month.
The dinner set, however, is only
incidental to the .satisfaction you
get from using Royal Standard
Flour.
The finest selected wheat, scientific milling, absolute cleanli-
,!..-!.1, careful    pricking   nud   Mor
age, handling so that it reaches
you in perfect condition, all
these make Royal Standard the
height of llour goodness.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kin.Is neatly carried on
Bicycle and Oun work a specialty
Kstiiuiiles given on nny class
of work.
Front     Street.
NOTIOE TO CONTRACTORS
GlIVKBNMKNT OFFICE, N.\KU8P.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed'
"Tender lui- Government Ollice and
Police Quarters," will be received by
tbe Honourable the Minister of Public
Works up to noon of Thursday, tbe
28th day of October, 1IK1II, for lhe erection anil completion of a Governmenl
Ollice aud Police Quarters at Nakusp.
B. O.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender may be seen on and
after the 27th day of September, 1001),
at the otlice of the Covernment Agent
at Nelson; the Government Agent at
Revelstoke; Government Agent,Kaslo;
lhe Mining Recorder at Nakusp, and
at tbe Department of Public Works,
Victoria, 11. C.
Each proposal 11111.1l bo accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on 11 chartered bankol!
Canada, made payable to the lion, the
Minister of Public Works, lor a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of iho
amount of the tinnier, which shall bu
forfeited if the party 1 enduring decline
tu enter into coiiu.ict when called
upon to do so, or if be fail lo complete
ibe work contracted for, The cheques
or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will bo 1 ouu mil to them
upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not. lie considered unless made out on tbe forms supplied,
signed with llie.u:l u.o slguaiUiu ul llie
tenderer, and unclosed in the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
P. C. GAMBLE,
I'uliiie Works Engineer.
Public Works Dopaitment,
Victoria, B.C., September 80th, IIKH).
oct 6
C. B. Hume Sr Co.
MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Milling 5*
Grain Co.) Lid.
VANCOUVER,      -      B.C.
WANTED!
S00 More Orders for Winter
Why pay two priees l'or your winter
iviuiis when by sending direct to lhe
producer \n„ . m, purchauo i.i first cost.
W'e are now quoting as followu]
Potatoes 60o. a hundred
Turnips, Beats and Carrots 60c.
a hundred
Cabbage 7 Be. a hundred
Onions S1.50 a hundred
Tomatoes,  Squaeh  and  Pumpkins 2o. a pound
ALL OUOKHS IAKKI I l.l.V  I 111.II)
S. M. McCUIRE.
General Merchant,     -     Salmon Arm
M*p 2 2   I 111
NOTICE
Revelsloke Land Distiict,
Dislricl of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Al. ____. Lawson,
of Revelstoke,occupation housekeeper,
intend to apply foi permission to" purchase the following described hinds:
Commenolng at a post planted at
the southeast coiner of Lot HWiK and
marked "IM. K, Lawson's northwest
corner post," lbeuce 4U chains south;
thence III chains west; tin ucc2(1 chains
north; theuce 20 .mains oast; thence 20
chauis north io luu-of Lot8(168; thenee
along said line lo place of commencement.
MINNIE  K.
Dated Sopl. 7ib, I nun.
LAWSON.
sop 8
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land Dislricl.
District ot West Koolenny.
Take notice thai A. W, Dickinson,
of Arrowhead,oooupatlon [lumberman,
intends to apply I'.u-permis.sion (<> pur-
elrise the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted near
the north-east corner of Lot 7965 and
marked A. W. Dickinson's N. W. O.,
tbenee south ID chains, east 40 chains,
noi lb 10 chains to lake shore, thenee
west III chains following lake shore to
place of commencement.
A. \V. DICKINSON.
Dale Aug. Kith,  11MKI.
NOTICE
Kevelsloke Land District.
District of West Kooteuuy.
Take notice that Nels Bodine, of
Trout Lake, li O., occupation Miner,
Intends to apply for permission to purohase the following tl.-scribed land:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Troul Lake between
Ilaskins ami American points and
about four miles from the foot of the
Lake and marked the S. K. corner
post, thence 2(1 chains norlh, thenco
20 chains west or to Like sin-re, thence
following the Lake shore to point of
commencement.
Located this 2Tith day of August, liJOi).
sep 8 (Wil       NKLS BODINE, Locator
The opinion is freely expressed
by the travelling public that the
passenger service given this year ie
not only the finest ever furnished
by the C. 1'. R., but it exceeds anything on the American continent.
The trains have never been ao well
equipped, the cars have never been
in such bright and clean condition
• ml travelling has never lieen
comfort and luxury it has proved
thij year. All honor and eredil to
the C.I'.R. lor the high standard to
which it has brought the passe
transportation service on the main
line.
bave a* much  influence  as  news
papers    The travelling public look
i for information and accept
as gospel wbat ihey say.    And not
ler.    The passenger con-
m the C.P.R. are a superior
INCREASED lloi SE
ACCOMMODATION
In view oi the fact that the C. P.
R, will be sending another fifty
families, to Revelstoke within the
next year as the result of rehabilitating the shops, the citizens are
face to face with the problem of
providing increased residential ac-
commodation, Two ur three department hniis.es would, we are
"iir.-, prove a RrstclasH and remunerative Investment, and sume pru
vision should be made fur the
erectiun uf a number of cottages
which could be let at moderate
rentals and would furnish comfortable homes for the mechanics, who
are to be added to tin; shop staff,
and their families. It would be
well il the Board oi Trade could
ascertain who arc willing  lu bui lil
-,-t.iT- I "Mi-r rirls uf tbe K in pi *'',^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—
,„    ,,_,!„,„,,,,,,, Ol 0   men and  impress with cunli-
.m- are  at   a   loss    lo    unuerHtaiui. r
One way in whioh  lhe  women  ol : '  '   '    ""»" who come m eon-
,,,mbia could show  their ^em     The   passenger
ii    :      .,,   ,,„|  ''unl  dors on this   division   make
■•ympathv    would    be    hy   Calling
■  „   _.__,__,.i,,ii„r___   ,,( their homi in Kamloops, and while
meetings,   passing   resolutions    ol ,,_,,.•_
.   ,        inu.t_m_.nl   , i natural they ,-honlil stick
protest    against   tne   treatment   ol '
,i         i l    l.,„,i     ., ,i I   :             r  home   town    we   ilon t
their Bisters in the old  land, and »                        .,,,,.,
,   .       ,     , ee wb} they i-homd knock (level-
-ending   these   resolutions  to the
■ iT,-                . ..,i ii,„, ,     i '   "      But  they  hnve been doing
British Government and nouses  ii J                        °
.     .         rna     .,.,■     ■ .\[..| we give them the credit of
Lords and   I ommonB.     I his   i-i b
....      ,.   ,     ,  .   „  „j(.k„„. saying we believe   tbey have   done
step that should   lie taken  without -'                                 '
,  , itii'-r from   ignorance   than  in-
delay.
(IRANI) JURIES AND
tention,     Recently,    however, we
bave    ome   w r iss   a   number uf
THE MAGISTRAi '>   travellers who have  told  us  that
We thoroughly endorse  the re-| antiI this year they bad no idea ol
marks made at the Assizes yester
day by Mr. Justice Clement ai '■',
the uselessness oi  the (iraml .Iur,
functions     If a  gran.I   |ury I rd
both sides there might. I"' Home
-••rise in it, but when it hears only
une side, ami that is practically
diotated by tbe drown Prosecutor,
the grand jury is like the filth
wheel in a coach—an unnecessary
expense to the country, nnd a nuisance to luisinoHH  men who  have as
ii i ule something else to do than
waste Iheir lime in useless func-
the imount oi  land   round Revel
nnl itfl agricultural value..
I a ., 8 never itoppod oil hero,
having been, «* thoj taled,
tbe railway conductoi i Ibal
then i- practicali; no land here
and whiii little there was, no good.
One prominent traveller tells us
be used to believe these fairy tales.
Tiny were drummed Into bim on Ibe
railway and in the refreshmonl and
liming moms along the Hue where
he happened to stop) and Uu lm-
l"'i nm was only nidi ly dispelled
[The Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.
(STEGER   SYSTEM)
CAPITALIZATION $100,000 IN SHARES OF $1.00 EACH, FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
The people of B. C. arc gradually awakening to the fact that avast amount
of capital, thai should be kept in circulation al home, is now being sent
abroad. For instance in the construction of the Dominion Trust Building,
the 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, and yet the Steger System Silica Brick is Successfully
Competing with this self same brick, in the market at St. Louis,
today. We can manufacture the Steger Brick as cheaply in Vancouver,
as any  portion  of  the  United  States, consequently we have a margin of
Twenty-two  and   one-half per  cent,  duty and  high
Transportation Charges to eliminate competition. Can you see
,my money making possibilities in our proposition?
We an- not seeking large capitalists for our proposi ion, to free/e out the
small shareholder. Experience has shown that all stable enterprises, even
to the (iovernment. are founded upon and supported by the people. The
Pennsylvania Railroad Company is composed of 45,000 shareholders and
this company is one of the hesl paying and most successful enterprises in
the business world today. < lur proposition is founded upon one of the
most staple articles in usi- Bricks. We Know what we can manufacture for. We Know lhe enormous price being paid at the present
time for inferior bricks, We Know the large market now .awaiting us,
unl tin contractors and architects Know the excellence of our bricks,
lm,ui,.  many of them have used our bricks in the United States.
What's the Answer?
CALL OP.   ADDRKHS .
W. B. ROBERTSON, Fiscal Agent. REVELSTOKE. B.C.
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i^JiiVEXiSTOICE     B.  O.
SUPREME COURT SITS
ir.Hitiuu_.i_ from Pane ono i
t who in a dangerous condition and
that prisoner would probably be
banged when be got to Revelsloke
(in Ibe contrary, knew Orsetti was
getting better.
Ke examined by Mr. Scott: Sheldo
-aid "I never cut Orsetti. the other
man (Romeo)out him."
To Judge Clement: Did you have
a conversation with Romeo'.'
Witness.    Yes.
Judge Clement: Tell tbe jury the
question you asked?
Witness: Asked bim if be was
with Sheldo when he did lhe cutting,
hut. did not warn him.
Judaic ClenieiVt,—Then I cannut
allow lhe answer. Always warn a
prisoner when he wants to talk to you.
Hr. McLean was next called liy Mr.
Scott, uml descrilied Ometti's injury.
It waB a dangerous wound.
Cross-examined by Mr. McCarter:—
The w:mnd was not likely to he fatal
unless blood poisoning set in.
Mr. (iillan contended there waB no
case against Romeo. Orsetti'e statement was that the man who held him
was 8 inches taller than the other.
Romeo was the shorter of the two.
were  entitled   to Ibe  b-nelii   of   tbe
doubt.
Mr. Gillan pointed out the discrepancies in tbe evidence nf orsotii
•mil the difference of eight inches in
height of the two wen, wbicb description could not possibly apply to
Romeo. Mike Julian's evidence was
different from lhat given at the other
bearing, Then there wiib the discrepancy in the evidence between
tbe two witnesses for the Crown us to
the direction which tbe men ran after
the event. Ile left i t to them to say
that these men were most unjusti-
liably charged with tbe offence.
Mr. Scott baid it was their duty to
judge the case on the evidence. The
Crown witnesses bad been six times
thiough a grilling cross-examination
and it was not to be wondered at
there might he some discrepancies
Orsetti positively recognised theee
men. Mike Julian recognised them.
Then there was Sheldo's statement to
Chiel Bain that it was not he wbo
did   the cutting,   but   Romeo.    Why
forei.'n extraction, and it was very
ilillicnlt for ihem in understand their
modes of thought. The Italian nation
wiih ii ureal nation with a great history, but like other nations they had
their disreputable elements.    He   urg-
VEKDICI 0
iry, niter a
The j'iry, alter a retirement of 'An
minutes, returned a verdict of   Guilty.
His Lordship asked the prisoners
whether they had anything to say.
Prisoners   replied    tbey   were   not
ed tbem to treat these men just  as  if guilty.
tbey were men of tlieir own race. | n\H Lordship said they were very
They need not p.iy my attention to! fortunate that by an accident they
the Crown's action in regard to the I were not before the court on a charge
case against i-'alsetti. They hnd to
deal with the  case   on   the   evidence
alone. The evidence of the two Italians waB in many respects very inconsistent, especially that of the young
man Julian, but tbey should look at
the large facts of the caBe. They had
the evidence of Chief Bain that Sheldo
hu id it was not he but Romeo who did
the cutting. That was an admission
which might assist them, though it
was no evidence against Romeo, and
tbey should not allow it to inlluence
tbem against him so far as Romeo was
concerned. They had the first large
fact of the Italian having his throat
cut.    Nu suggestion waa made that be
of murder,  as had   the cutting been a  CORPORATION  OF   THE
little deeper it   must  have resulted in i
the death   of   Orsetti,   when it would
have   been his   painful   duty to have
sentenced them both to be banged.
THE   SENTENCE
His Lordship theu sentenced tbe
prisoners to ten years Imprisonment
in the penitentiary, and eaid to the
jury: 1 entirely concur witb your
verdict. This class of foreigners must
he taught that wc iu tbis land wid
not permit the knife to be used in the
settlement of disputes.
Tbe court then adjourned.
were Joe Daem and Fred Robinson did it himsell. Someone had commit-
and tbe ex press agent not produced to j led the crime, and tbo question was
support tlie statements of tbe defence?! bad the Crown brought it home to the
Because they were afraid to bring! accused Tbe Crown said tliese two
them. Tbeir own evidence showed men lied at once after tbe occurrence,
they Btarted   out   immediately  after Did tbey believe they did?   Tbey aaid
i.aSMKK/MVrtttJS!'
they didn't, and set up an alibi that
tbey were absolutely innocent and told
what their movements were. They
could check  up   that   story.    If tbey
this   thing   happened   and   iu   their
F. Sheldo, one of the accused, was I rush they went away without fond and
called by Mr. McCarter, and as accused j had none till tuey got to lllecillewaet.
stated he did not understand English, | the judqe's summary
Rev.   Father  Coccola  acied as inter- |    HiB Lordship said tbis case did  not I came to the conclusion their story was,
preter. call   lor  any  lengthy charge on   bis j untrue their ciuibc ol tliglit was unex-
Accused stated:—Been in Canada . part. He always thought it well iu i plained. There was tbis to be said on
three years. Drew pay frnm C.P R. on I criminal matters to say a tew words ! behalf of the Crown—tlieir evidence
16th June. Lelt nn 18th at 5 p.m. I witbregard to the respective duties of had been corroborated in various par-
Took no baggage. Shipped it witb judge and jury, Tbey were there to ticulars. The defence lind not called
Romeo's   to   Calgary   ou   June 17th. i decide questions  of  fact, whereas  he   the men thoy saw at Rogers Pass  and
Foley's
Superba
Bon-Bons
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Declaration of Householders
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
all householders within the Municipality wishing to have his or her name
inserted on the Voters' List for the
Oity Ior the year 1U1U must make a
doolaration before a Justice of the
reace or other officer entitled to take
-.uch declarati  and the same must
be handed m to the City Clerk's office
p.m.  on October Hist
on or hefo
nexl.
Forms of  Declaration  can be
tained at the City Clerk's office.
, Sepi. aBrd, 1809,
Ii. A. LAWSON,
Cily Clerk
Hevelstoke, H. 0
Romeo left with me, Walked ns far dealt with the admission of testimony
as lllecillewaet, 35 miles. Reached ami the law generally. This was not
there at 5:110 in morning. Had meal ; a C;ise which involved any particular
at store there. Tben jumped on freight'quest ion of law. Ifthey decided the
to Beaver, wbere they stopped till next men in the dock were guilty it was
day. Then went by passenger train for them to say whether tbey com-
to Calgary At Golden tbey were milled tbe offence with a view to
called hy the policeman, who told murder or merely to inllict bodily
Ihem to leave train. A Hevelstoke haiin. Their law said the facts should
man told them not to leave train, and j be determined liy a jury ul twelve
told policemen these could nnt be the ' men and he would not be the t'nir-
men he wanted. The man might have teentii. This oase, however,presented
been Fred Robinson. At Calgary met ' some peculiaiities, and he might throw
an Italian who took them to an , out some suggestions as to the way in
Italian boarding house. Gave correct i which they might approach it. In
name and Romeo and 1 worked two the ti'st place this was not Orsetti's
days aud a half there. Chief B..in told I prosecution. It was themselves, the
me the man whose throat was cut in . Crown who prosecuted tlie crime in
Kevelstoke was dead. Did not tell j the interests and for the protection of
the Chief Romeo did the cutting.! society. Sometimes the Crown hnd
Chief Bain told me as soon as I got to j to innke use. ol very poor witnesses, as
Revelstoke! would be banged, Ship- when crime took place in certain
ped stuff in iny proper name on June quarters ol tbeir citiis it often hap-
17ih. \ pened     that     the   people    wbo saw
Cross-examined by Mr. Scott:—jit were witnesses ol doubtful
When my trunk came hack to Revel character and evidence, and it was for
stoke the contents were stolen. When I the jury to look iutj the evidence very
we left Revelstoke on Friday afternoon I oarefully. He agreed wiih Mr. Mc-
tnok nothing    to eai.      Was 00 truck , Curler that lhe jury should give these
[our miles Ir.-in Calgary when arrested.
The other prisoner, VincenzoB inieo,
was called by Mr. Gillan and stated:—
Led Hevelstoke 18lh June at 5 o'clock
with Sheldo, Sent baggage by express.
Looked for work iu Calgary but could
not get it.
Cross-examined by Mr Scott:—Was
arrested Juue 2!ltb at Calgary. Did
not walk in day time from Revelstoke
because it waB too bard.
Louis Capracottra, called by Mr.
Oillau, said he bad a conversation with
Orsetti ahout Falsetti.
Chief Baiu recalled: Brought K.
Sheldo's trunk to Revelatoke and gave
him the key. He opened it and it
was nearly full.
Tbe Court was bere astonished by
Sbeldo, who said be did not understand English, calling out that Mr.
Bain's statement was nut true and
the crowd in Court sliowed their
amusement at the manner in which
the prisoner gave himself away.
CrosB-exainiueil by Mr. McCarter:
The description given by Oraetti was
misleading witb respect to Romeo,
but accurate as to Sheldo.
Cross-examined by Mr. (Iillan: A
man might make a mistake iu the
difference in height between the two
men. Court adjourned at .r) ,'to till
7:l!Up.m.
On resuming Mr. McCarter addressed tbe jury. He asked tbem to
remove Irmn their minds the prejudico
against tbe nationality of tbe prisoners on account of the black band
letters recently sent to some of their
citizens. He urged tbe prisoners be
given tbe benelit of the doubt. It
was a dangerous thing to convict, as
in tbst case these men would be
liable to imprisonment for life. Orsetti's evidence was in some respects
positive, but bis statement as to the
difference in height of the two men
showed his evidence was not sullic-
icnt to convict. He condemned Mike
Julian's evidence aa unreliable as he
bad made live different statements
and had told two different stories
that day. He reviewed the way in
which the prisoners lelt Revelstoke
and tbe fact tbat when tbe police at
Goldn told tbem to get oM the train,
their old snd well-known citi/.en, F.
Robinson, who knew them, vouched
tbey could not be the men and they
were allowed to go. These men were
bore as the result of the detective
nnrk ul Frank Julian llie lalher-in-
Ikw ol Orsetti.   He submitted socused
two Italians  the same   fairne.s   as  if
ihey were people of Blilnl) extraction.
Tbey had amongst them   people  of
Golden, aud that lact might assist
them. If they came to the conclusion that the alibi was false it
went far to support the case for the
Crown. lt had been Baid tbat iu all
these cases tbey could give the accused the benelit of the doubt, and
that wns a principle they should keep
before them. They had to come to
the conclusion as to tbe facts on the
testimony they had heard. If they
had auy reasonable doubt tbey should
bring in a verdict of not guilty. If
tbey came to that conclusion be bad
to discharge the prisoners. If they
said tbey were guilty be would bave tc
give them tiie punishment provided
for au offence of thiB kind. They
should not pay any attention to tbe
prospect of what the judge would do.
Justice would be better administered
if they kept on thi ir own side ot the
fence. It wus lor them to say whether
these iii-n wi iv guilty ur not ul assault
with in teat to kill or do grievous
bodily ii jury, Tbo Orown had conducted the case skilfully and these
two men bad been ably deieudud by
both counsel. He concluded by asking them to return their verdict
strictly in accordance with the evidence.
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SPLENDID
LINE OF,
,'nflEN        AND
fob \N~ CHILDREN THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
SPEAKS AGAIN
IN REVELSTOKE
Interesting Lecture by Mrs.
A. T. Robinson, F.R.S..6.S.
Revelsloke h.is been refreshed lliis
iveek b) the return of Mrs. A, T. Robinson, whose lectures of eighteen months
tgo along line-of moral reform created
such a stir in this city and elsewhere.
She was then known as Miss A. I,. A.
Murcutt. 1-. K. S. ... .s.. Inn. like most
other sensible girls, -lu- afterward decided that alter nil maybe man was not
meant to live alone ami she hail better
do her part toward reforming hull by
concentrating her attention upon one at
a time, and so she has begun on Rev. A.
T. Robinson, M. A , editor of the Mis-
sionan Arena of Summerland ami founder of the fiiiaiiaial-educat.oiiaI-tiiissic.il-
ary institution known as the Industrial
Guild of the Great Commission. Ii.cn
editors can be reformed, us the stall' ol
the Mail-Herald can testify.
Mrs. Robinson spoke in the Baptist
church on Sunday evening, delivering a
stirring address on preparing the highway for the King—the preparation to
consist of a cleaning up ol those moral
stumbling blocks which make it haul lo
reach men. notorioush that of the
licensed saloon.
On Monday evening lhe Parlor Theatre was filled lo bear her lecture on
"China's Teeming Millions." In ilu
course of !ier remarks she paid .1 high
tribute to tbe patriotism, literal) ami 1
lion ami dogged persistence ol the Cl
ese character. She discussed tin- s K-ial
^:'..': educational phases ol  their I
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ley ami has the excelh nt faculty of al-
ways saying something when lit- does
speak, The l.CG.C is entirely his own
idea and is simply another instance of
his great versalilit) as a thinker and as
a writer.- .summerland Review.
The i(iea is a good one and the orgatiiei eminentl)   qualified   to  explain
.md press its   legitimate  claims
it Christian   world.
THE POWER PLANT
scureil ih»- trickeri and greed ol w   iteri
nations   in    their   commercial
with them, particular!) in the mallei
ilu- first railway contract   in   China  .unl
the forcing ..!   opium upon them at   the
point ot tin- sword.
Passing from tin- opium traffic to its
twin curse, lhe liquor business, sbe reviewed tbe progress made along temperance lines in Ibis proline, and elsewhere ami warmly commended tbe effort
made lien- 0. make Revelstoke a .lean
1:1 which to live.
Tbe lecturer was introduced hy the
chairman Mr. Howson, and the lecture
was illustrated in fifty liand-paiiiteil
views of China.
sii W-iAVs   1,1    A   r.Kl.lT   I ITV
On Tuesdai evening -Mrs. Robinson
lectured 111 tin- Parlor Theatre mi the
"Shadows of a Great City." (111 this
subject she is well qualified to speak,
liaviug hied and studied sociologi al
conditions in the slums ol I, union, New
York, Glasgow and other large cities.
The shameless crowding of the pool i
tenements to swell tlie coffers of ilu
run. the wails and wastrels of the underworld; the man traps by which tin
,:i- taken .md held; tin-   gambling,
the path 1 the end ol the pauperdead
in a great cil       ,vere all   presented   gra-
illy and  illustrated a-   on   tlie   pre-
-  ..hi hv hand-paiuled   slereopti-
..01 views,
TONIGHT
.Mi
ml
Lire
.   Ilobin
httsiness-
_  '.'ne lecture is  to   he   1 >:i
Tlie lla'.r*  Ailllls of   Japan."   and   lhe
k-hii h are  worth   >750,   have   no
duplicates in the world.    What   tin-   Julians are to North   America, the  Aiuus
ire " ■',   "iii> thej are a much more
I rimitive race.    Mrs. Robinson is one 1,1
tlie few white   persons   who   have   ever
; enetrated     their   remote   settlements.
She lived three months among them and
'a-.er    lectured    on    tlieir    customs   ami
habits   Ijefore   the   Royal   Ge
s- .-,__-._•■-   1 England and Scut
li. --.ire will have a fascination .
as -.t is of! t'ne beateu track, an
4'lmissiou fee of __5cts is heing
His Worship, Mayor Lindmark
asked to preside.
TAKi:-'.   I'I'  Till.   NT.W   V.
Ii will be interesting to  mat
leaders to know- thai Mr-. Ro'
joined force* with ber huiban
senting   the   1 laims  ol  the
Guild "f the 1'.real  Commissio
train.       urnalill whose work b
internationil il  it       >pe  and
who has •       -   -   •     1 ■-., __   tl
■: Scotland an.; other pa
,   -     - -     week at a    iretel
mtituti n and il -    -r,; in,   tbe
■ ■ .   Irens    h ul I   manaf 1  '
mce I   be heai     even il  M
3B were ni ibli
. ,-.r ii - claim
Space wil      I ; • rmil 111 ade
entation ol thi  [.G.G.I     ■   rl
:-,; . .-: .. I    from   full   1
the Summerland and Vernon 1
he of interest;
"The Industrial  Guild  ol  1
Commission 1- ,1 financial and
lional institution ol consideral -
Isi      V« an application ol thi
manual   training   principle,   1
r ■ •'. ems ui building up juv« ■
u-r, the Guild presents claims
ver) serious consideration b) 1
have io .in with thai   kind  ol
billty,    Tlieclaim* ol the I   ''..
well known   local!}   and  all   ■ In
made a careful stud) ...  ihe  matte     1 -
lull) nl tin opinion thai the problei
Guam e . onfronting the churches  ■    1
be lo ■ I 11 .■■ -   tctll mi'   A thcYoi
-en-, ideas advam ed bj the Guild  were
carried out.   Witli such a splendid team
of workers 1- Rev. and)Mrs,   Robinson,
there is no doubt but the enrolment on
ihe IkimW' ol the Gnild  will  be greutlj
lugmeuted during thi  coming  months,
Mr, Robinson is withoul  doubl  one of'
the ni".i listenable ipeakcrs in ilu   val
I
m     intensely  pracli-
11 hi-s   iiLiuiiii    (   _^^^^^^^^^^^
ujjise and ven interesting. Me iin
i esses his hearers us one who has yoiue
thing Lu say, and lu- says ii without
waste of lime "i effort, lie is well
know n in the (>kauagau as au exceptionally capahle writer and thinker, IU- has
as a thinker produced something altogether unique in the history ut missions,
The methods (or financing missions are
multitudinous] but similar. This one is
different frum them all and when once
generally iutroduced will prove itself
possibly mute productive limn all others
combined.—Vernon News,
Taking his text   frum    Prof,   fames of
Harvard:      "No  reception  without   reaction; no impression  without   its  core-
lative expression."    Mr.   Robinson contend eti the  reason   why   more practical
fruit was not found   from the  excelleut
teachings of church  and Sunday   school
was because this law  had beeu overlooked, and that what is   required is a school
trai slating the   good impression into
■   since it is   tin-   rellex ol the good
ch gives its set   i" lhe  brain and
foim    .harncter, and not   the mere g I
nr,.i e«-sions,    The   world   is   lull ol nu
I   e      mists,  people   who   wish well but
don't do well;  who   are   -: I iu prayer
meet 1.111^ but otherwise in   a horse   trade,
tin Uu-   -.11111111-   reason   that    the)   huve
never heen ethically   trained in what lhe
lecturer calls   "the   school   ol   things as
the) arc."    He says the foui    'pillars ol ■
huracter" huve their bases m tlie brain; !
that the) are  developed   wholt)    h    i<
tion, and th.ii therefore as  Kmersou has i
said, "Action is  education;"   that these
pillars of charactei  belong   to  tin    soul,
the tx>) himself, not the intellect; that it
is noi tlie function   of   the   state schools
to build them, since the stal ncei
ed   with   the   intellect,    sharpening the
boy's   \wt>. menioi \     judgnu .1 *•■■
vatiou. etc.;   that   the   responstl
acter   building   devolves on teachers
hold their certificates  \\   \
\\\x and teach   in    His   great school,
e home,   and   tb n w hal
■ uew school   in   w hich
ildren where ibe\    ma;     he tra
'.ually doing the maul)
ent and practii
. g the   Sund i;
them iu the   other   school   cf
. 100]   "i ideas   and   impre ssion—The
-■ agau.
Mi. Robius    "" liiu way 1     I    ■ -
1 - a winl • 1    ■
\mi   i'r. 0, C. and is staying   hei
11 id, ■■ •     1 few do
Roi "■       ■ ■ pui in poki
al opl
ol the W. I .  f. ■ ■
Plans forthe Winter Service
At the meeting of the City Oouncil on
h'riday, Mr, HafTner, of the firm of
Smith, Kerry ami Cliae-, hydro-electric
engineers, submitted a re]tort oil the
work proposed to be carried out for the
extension ami improvement of tin- power
plain. He stated the C, L\ H. had approved the plans, He proposed having
three shifts on construction of the main
dam w hen   the    stream    was    ;it    lowest
Mil
id
to
water, bet ween 1 >eeeuibe
Januai) 28th. It would bt
raise the present dam, which would gjyc
between five aud >i\ feet greater head
for their winter service. A two ear spur
was required from the C. 1'. K, line
fur delivery of their supplies. He expected to keep the flume open all winter
and suggested starting work as soon as
possible on construction of the new section of barrel flume to replace the present plank flume which was in sueh bad
condition. This would be necessary to
take lhe water of the stream while they
were building the new dam, and would
improve their power and light service
t.n winter, lour thousand five hundred
barrels ul cement should In- on the
ground before the work commenced and
they should have a suppl) ol lour cars a
week during a instruction. It the) put
in the new barrel Hume, the) would
have i" shut off the water for ten days,
unl when putting in lhe new portion of
the plant another shut-down ol ten days
would be necessary. The work would
.ill be completed b\ Ma) next.
Mr. HafTner mentioned the steps thai
ii'iild be taken lo avoid am inconveni-
i ii. v to 'hr public during the next two
periods o| shutting off the water power.
I'he) ■ ■ aid run the gas produce! planl
lor eighteen hour* out ol the twenty-
foui   ami -    I  on   getting 170
from thai soun e     Another
would I"-   requii - uggested
from one  of   the
ihort time to make up the
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Graham. J. Mc.
Graham, Thos. Jas.
Greenwood, Maurice
Orue. Amos
Guthrie, William
Harlow Henry
i-1..-.ward, William   \
Hayward, Fred
High. Georgi XV
Hill. Charles
Hold, Aleiandei
Hopkins, William !-.
Houlahan, T. J.
Howell  James
Ives, Thomas r\
Jenison, Artl-.u- R
Jensen   • hristi ul A
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Munro, Rolii •
Murdock, Jas  <
Murker, John
Murphy, Roberl
Murray,  Robt   '',.
Murray, Alea   ti
McAdam, Vlex.
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McOalltnn   Vngu
Mil lallutu   hlin N,
MiUuii   Hugh
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Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revolstoke
Comaplix
Arrow head
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelsloke
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelsloke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Vrrowhead
Revelstoke
Oamborne
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Kevelsloke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrow head
Beaton
Revelsloke
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Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Beaton
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Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Arrow head
Revelstoke
Beaton
Arrow head
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Oamborne
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrow lleai!
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Arrow head
Arrowliea'l
Arrowhead I
Beaton
Beaton
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Revelstoke
Vrrowhead
Arrow lieai!
VV'igw un
Arrowheail
Arrow head
Arrowhead
Vrrowhead
Revel itoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Vrrowhead
llealon
Arrowheail
Revel stoKe
Arrowheail
Vrrowhead
Beaton
Kevelstoke
Kevi-lstok.
Arrowheail
Arrowlic.nl
Revelstoke
Camborne
Beaton
Vrrowhead
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Revelstoke
Goldlields
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PROFESSION, TRADE
llll I'AI.UNlI
Emp.
ollt.
Shops
Airenl
Up
Engineer
Mechanic
Blacksmith
Sawyer
l-'iii-nier
Machinist
Machinist
Dining Car
Machinist
Laborer
Bushman
Logger
Lumberman
Muchinisl
Luborer
Fireman
1,a I liner
Butcher
Clerk
Laborer
Millwright
Clerk
Teamster
Miner
Lumberman
Rancher
Engineer
Transitiiian
Freighter
Lumberman
Cigar Motif.
Merchant
Fireman
Lumberman
Teamster
Miuei
Rnilw-m I
Filer
Merchant
Laliorer
Miner
I 'arpcliter
Engineer
Brnkcinaii
Brakeman
Lumberman
Clerk
Millninu
Shovelmiin
Kanchei
Laliorer
Farmer
Despatcher
Miner
Carpenter
Clerk
Bushman
Trainman
Carpenter
Clerk
Shoelll.ikel
Carpenter
Millmaii
Lumberman
Freighter
Freighter
Miner
Rancher
Engineer
Mine,
C. P. If.
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Grader
Scalei
Liiiiilii i nun
Lumberman
Lumberman
ISteamllttfl
Coppersmith's
Mncliinisi Hpr.
'I'rai   Salesman
I.lllllberin.oi
Deckhand
Tel. Operator
I'ar;n
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M.n Iiiiii .1
Lumberman
Miin i
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Laborer
Tfntll'.lrr
Lumberman
Oarpenli i
i.i'.aiV.iiii.ii.
MeDerniiil. Hugh 0.
McGowan, Robert
Melutnsh, Duncan A.
Mclsiinc, Uougald I).
McLaughlin, Morley T.
McLennan,  [ohn D,
Mcl.eii.l. John
Mil,end.    \m;lls
McLeod, George I'',
McLeod, Archie
McPherson, James I),
Nahrsleil, Henn .
Xeal, Frederick R.
Olson, I'eter
Page, Thomas II
Parker, Robert
Partelou. Roy M.
Paul, Howard
Peppard, Lawrence
Peppard, Aubrey S.
Persson, Gustave
Perry, Joseph
Peterson, August
Poirier, Hector
Pombert, George
Ralph, Samuel S.
Remond, Gabriel
Richard, William S.
Robertson, 1). J.
Robinson, Geo. S.
Rnsaignol, John
Hitssii'orm, Wesley A.
Sadler, George 11
Satnniouils, Fredk. J.
Saiiilliaiu, VV, A
Sangster, George
Shaver, Henry A.
Shaw, John
Shaw, John J.
Shaw,John V.
Smith, Peter J.
Soucie, Frank
Soucie, Andrew
purling, John li
Stewart, Fred VV.
Stevens, Robert
Stewart, Geo, A.
Sumner, George
Sutherland, John .1.
Taylor, Stephen
Thorn, George
Weir, Edward
Weir, li.
Wharton,   |. II.
Whiffen, Frank li
Wickens, W, K,
Widdicombe, [ohn
Wilson. William T
Wilder, Frank
Wills. Alfred
Williams.   Ilenri.
Wood, lohn A.
Wood, [. A.
Woodland,  lames I
Wright, Merritl B.
Zschiedrich, Oharles
Zschiedrich, Ernest ('.
Vrrow head
Arrow head
Beaton
l'e\ elstnke
Vrrowliead
Revelstoke
Comaplix
Comaplix
Revelstuke
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Camborne
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowheud
Comaplix
Arrowbead
Camborne
Halls Landing
Halcyon
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Am in head
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowheinl
Revelstoke
Camborne
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrow-bead
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowheinl
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Lumberman
Millmiiii
Miner
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Lumberman
i ondiictor
Miner
Miner
Barber
I.uinberiii.iii
Laborer
Laborer
Fireman
Miner
Merchant
.Miner
l-'ireiiiiin
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Laborer
Lumberman
I'lanerinan
Miller
Captain
Carpenter
Miner
Master Mariner
Cook
Lumberman
Lumberman
I'liiuennan
Storekeeper
Mini i
Miner
Fariuei
Teamster
Laliorer
1 lespiilcher
Bushiiiiiu
Barber
t'ill pellle!
Bridgnian
Electrician
Clerk
Lumberman
Civil Engineer
Miner
Timekeeper
Mucliinist
Machinist
Laborer
Lumberman
Fireman
Carpenter
Ledger-keeper
Clerk
Lumberman
Teamster
Butcher
Freight Clerk
Clerk
Barteudei
Mill Foreman
Lumberman
Laborer
Lumberman
AND TAKE NOTIOE Hint at the Courl of Revision to be held on lhe 1st
d.ii i.I November, 1900, at Courl lions,. Revelsloke, B. O, at in o'clock in the
forenoon 1 shall hear and determine the same, and unless mui, or some other
l'rovincial voter, on your behalf, satisfies nn: that said objection is not well founded, I shall strike your name of the said Register.
Hated this Ith day of October, 19H9.
li   EDWARDS,
Regislrai "I Voters for Revelstoke Electoral Dislricl.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
l nder New Management
WHITE HELPflONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
W A N T E I)
1J10K S \l.li    \n I-. 11 -.... I'll graph
J     and   in  lei-iil'ds     Vpply   ill  Jl wi.-
IIKl; Mil ullice, sep Is llll
Ii ist   Hold,    i.i il shaped     locket,
j   I... iring H. of R.T. i-inbleru on one
l.    .ml  on tin   othei II.I!.II.   $2 re-
waid  -idi  i"- paid  i■■  finder upon re-
turning   -une   to   McKinnon's   Cigar
Store.
WANTED   A i   mli-i Inu stationary engineer -Apply   ;'   J. C
Hutchison, Revelstoke 8team Lau
WANTIih    \   ii : k   two
, ows.     A-   p i r    the
.   , _. _•  ■    nnl
will I"- -• v.-;   fi...       References
A 1   Mail-Herald.
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UNION HOTEL
Allllu-V III'lAli,  III'.
Special Attention given lo eoinirierclal
nen and tourists. First-class sample
rooms, Finest Rcenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Luke.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
Last Chance for
Mill Wood
owing to diiliciiliir-s in delivering in
November and December, we will not
una rai i tee prompt delivery alter Nov.
lat. We have two teams mi now and
will deliver all orders promptly at $2
per 1.mil under live lo-ids and $1.75 pel'
load [or live loads and over.
ORDER NOW
Bowman Lumber Company. Ld.
sep i'2 1 ni
A Ciia ;e to Make Money
Never bel c have .air readers and
the people - i Revelstoke bad such a
generous and liberal prupnsi'i n presented to tli ni as is now offend by
the Leibly _V Blumer Ri-uity Co. ol
Vancouver mil Seattle, which __it__V.ii
they make • lirongh the lull page ad in
this paper. There is no risk what
soever in ti e purchasing ol a lot in
Burnaby 11 ighta, because if you wair
to sell your ut after you have it pa d
for the firm guarantees to buy it buck
from you and pay you 10 per cent, i
more than you paid fnr it,
If you have never bought real estate j
now ia your chance, and we say to
you frankly, take advantage of it, the
terms are easy, there urn no tix s lo
pay, no interest to pay, the streets and
sidewalks will be put in without any
extra cbt-rge as tl ey arc paid lor by
i he company.
We are not given to advising onr
readers what lodo, I ut in this inatniiee
the proposition is s i liberal, and the
teruiB are bo easy, and tbe situation
of Burnaby HelghtH is such thnt the
values are bouud to increase, and
make money for the persons wbo invest, that we feel we are doing our
readers a good turn in advising them
to take advantage of this exceptional
opportunity of being able to secure a
lot in Biicb a splendid Bectiou as Bu -
raby Heights will be worth double
the money in two or three years, and
it is the man who is not afraid to take
a chance who will reap the harvest,
l-'or those that do not know anything
ahout the location of Burnaby Heights
ne will say it lies directly between
Vancouver aud New Wesi minster
which ni.I be in it f-w.years lime all
one city.    *    *    »
Shoe Information
The numerous advertisements which
will appear in this paper for Ames-
llu'deii shoes during the coming
months, will attract attention and
provoke the iuquiry "Who ia the
Aines-Holdeii On '.'" For the ind rnia
tion of our readers we may say that
the lirni of Ames-Holden Ltd has, we
bi'lieve, the largest shoe factory of any
firm iu the Do min oli of Canada.
Tbey manufacture at Montreal, but
hive brunches throughout Canada, lo
keep tln-iu in close touch with the
special riipiirciii nis of each section,
and enable them to supply the wan I s
promptly and satisfactorily. Naturally the company looks upon its distinct sncciss as being tin- result of the
care taken in the manufacture uf its
prod not, from the very foundation of
the business. It will repay our read-
ors to watch carefully the diffeient
styles of shoes as they appear.
14k. GOLD BROOCH
$5.00
rrin*» Brooch is bttatifully nwdi
I     in her .   la   gold,     fl The
pearlfl   in Mir  Mnple  l.cjf nre of n
■ crV   linr   qu i!i' v
\t  i% •nctoitd   i"   i  Imn^'iffif
velvet lined esse   »nd ii ***nf pott*
ptiid io nuv iddreii m < >fftMe
except the Yukon   upon receipt ol
$5.00   order hv the nnmhrr MW
SRND POR 1 -U \l OOUfl W
indiomely IHuitnittd ih bi|i i <•■
loini 11  Diimnndi,   lcw«lrf, Nlvfi ■ I
1     Uher     WH ' H «mJ  Ni»vtlli«<, Ue*
UpOfl  uiiiini
Ryrik Bros., Limited
I ■• i   I '.-. >.,,,,.- Street
TOHONTO
8H0W CARD WRITING
H01 BE PAINTING
Hui3E DECORATING
PAPER  HANGING
'A .rk   Guaranteed,
irderi   Promptly  Filled.
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Street and Robson Ave.
Card ot Thanks
I have to tender my thanks to Ilic
members of the Fire Brigade and oiti-
/.• ns who turned nut on Sunday
morning nnd did such effective work
in extinguishing the lire in my Inun-
dry,
A. .1.  MoDonki.i..
For Sale
Driving horse witn express harness
Apply between (1 and !l p, in, to A. G
C.irison, Kirat Btreet West.
Read the Full   Page Ad. about
BURNABY HEIGHTS
Every person expects to have something extraordinary on Thanksgiving
Day.   Remember   the   dinner to be
given in the Opera   House, Oct.   Ufilli,
Irom fl to 8 o'clock p. iu.
FOR SALE
A Hall Safe
An Oak Standing Office Desk
A Roll Top Desk
A Long-Carriage Empire
Typewriter.
I,' i mi lar.- alii, i    ro
The MAIL-HEHALD Ollice
INVEST
Hi
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YOUR   DOLLAR
Will ■ 'une hock to you if yon spend il
al Inuiii. || |a gone for ever If you
"end il tn  lhe   Mail  Older    House.    A
glance  through mir  _tdveHI»lnf( col
mine will Hive you an idea wln-re n
will buy tbe most.
• i.i   month    froi
.ii'   ual I in
.... ,i      hob   lb   pi a i-i
 I     '     innforil
inii. Id  .   uililei"' iu   Hi
.; mil  othi i   in '-' ■ ol  fifsl
||| of « llll b II"!' f bi
■ ni i of the    a    ".n      Vre
 I  in     laving    llniln-\   '      \\i
ii.-       , op I.. '., hai wi    id' '■' Used   il
lhi   ' ,'   unl .■ di continue In do   ■"  un
til till      ncl        'li'.po'.ed of
JOHN BULL,
BliVOlitoke, H. C.
NOTICE
A Speeial Meeting nf Gold Range
Lodge, No, 20, Knights of Pythias will
he held on Monday evening, Oot, 18th,
i-     16 p. m.
Hnsiness To receive Grand Chancellor and confer Third Rank.
\ lull ;ittendance is requested'
T. I'. SMITH, 0, 0.
For Fall Planting
Bulbs trom the Best European
and Japan Growers.
Homegrown fruit nnd ornamental
trees, ^rown on upland   soil  witb"
mi irrigation In the only pari of
iin- <\morioan oontlnent not in-
fasted wiib tin- Ban  Jose  scale—
 I. ii   In Id nnd l-'lmvnr sei Jp—
I i ,-1, .1 stock li'iirr the best growers in Ilm world — Wire [euollig
nnd Gale.--Spiny plimpl, Kerlil-
.rvrr,  Bee Supplies,   Col    Minivers,
-praying materials, eto.—White
labor only,—N«w Iii7 page Catalogue free
M.   J.   HENRY,
GrppnhomM and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   l«. C.
Iii.uiili Nursery     •     South Vancoum
Scotch  WhiSmky
A Genuine Highland Whisky.
Tliere are hundreds of brands ol ao-called
"Scotch Whisky.
Many of these are not genuine.
, For your health's sake, confine your choice
to standard brands ;   use a whisky of recognized
merit.
Watson's Whisky is one of these ; distilled
in tbe Highlands of Scotland—the district
acknowledged to he tbe best in the world for
whisky distilling.
We .ige our Whisky in Sherry wood. and.
after careful blending, it is bottled in our warehouse and sealed with an adhesive capsule
bearing our name.
Every such bottle curries with it our unqualified guarantee of purity and quality.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"—A mild. tkoroujWy m.lunj Scolci.
"NO. 10"—A full-bodied, richly flivorcd Scotct.
JAMBS WATSON & CO., Limited  - Dundee.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished w ith the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines. Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
or.  -AX-:b:e:rt    stoiste    peop.
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
St. Boniface Collet;,-, which is situated across the river bom Winnipeg, in lhe ciiy of hi. Bonil'nco, is ,lhe, led by ihe Jesuit l-'nthers. ll has
foui courses ol studies, a Course in Arts (four yeai i, leading lo H,Ai
degree in lhe University ol Manitoba; a Grammar Course (three
years), preparing for Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.; a Commercial Course (Iwo yens), leading to .-, diploma of accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), lor the
benefit of those who are nnl suflicicnlly prepared for lhe Grammar Course
and the Commercial Course. Tha Commercial Course Is conducted In
English, and in all the other departments Ihere are tuo parallel courses,
cue In English and one in l-'rench.
Sludents .are accepted either as hoarders, day scholars, or half
boarders, For prospectus and particulars applj to REV. FATHER
Rector, St. Boniface College. St   Boniface, Man.
\.
The College
•ope
W.nliresdav, S,
pi cm
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Off ieo-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points injOanada,
Agents in Great Britain  and United States    London, England,
Lloyds Hank, Limit ml.    Ohicago—first National Hunk, Corn lix-
change National Hank.   Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Fran-
cisco—Wells Cargo Nevada,  National Hank.     Spokane—Exchange
National Hank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,   received, and   interest allowed at
ourrent rate from dale iif deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
1 IIIIMIIIMIMIHIMIIIlHIIIMl
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved,    first-Class in every respect.    All modern uonvsnlenues
Larue Sample Kohiiih.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
I
1 THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
!
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
INCORPORATED 18S5
$3,500,000
-    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING! BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branoh, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
cgt^m*.
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Make Your Horns Beautiful
with one of our handsome parlor sets,
upholstered in high grade eilk, or
damask, with frames that are in every
conceivable design, and made to wear
indefinitely. We have many uew and
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces for
beautifying the home that arc taste
[ul, effective and inexpensive, and wil
show your rooms to the beet advan
tage.
R.  HOUJSOM Sr CO.'Y.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
are disposing of their entire Stock at a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,   Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
GET YOUR BLACKSMITHINC.°,"E
LP. LeBeau
(Corner Third 5T& Campbell Ave.
REVELSTOKE
Horse'Shoeing & Carriage Worka Specisltg
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 Kng-
lish Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
THANKSGIVING
HOW ABOUT THAT TURKEY ?
Get your order in early. Oese,
Duck" and Chickens. Veal, Lamb
and Million, [mperator Hani and
Bniioii.    Shamrock Loaf  I.nrd.
ec*>»iiikT,^ p __6Qt
P. BURNS & CO.. Ltd. Phone 21
The Vernon fire showed the need
sf our
PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER.
The best safe-guard in which you can Invest. Kvery hotel should
be fitted with these aa a matter of safely to occupants. livery house
should ban- one ou its roof.
-. Only 45c. a foot.    Sample on view here.
L* S. c^WcMAHONS BLACKSMITH SHOP. m
Revelstoke, B. C. $
)    Talk About the
Bread Line
iu New York and Chicago,
but the lino of bread put up
by the CITY BAKERY boats
them all. Quality tells as
evidenced by our rapidly increasing trade. Try a loaf
and be convinced.
City  Bakery
J. W. GARLAND
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
FOR SALE
Fifty tuns of locally grown
potatoes, in lots to suit purchasers.    Superior quality.
Mail your orders to
F. McCARTY,   ■  REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
Take notice that I, H J. La Brash,
of Nakusp. intend applying to tbe
superintendent of Provincisl Police at
the expiration of one month from date
hereof for a renewal of ray hotel
license for the premises known as the
Hotel Grand at Nakusp.
Dated Oct. llth, 1909.
H J. LaBhasu.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application to tbe Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a transfer of retail liquor license of the Lardeau Hotel, Comaplix, now beld by me to R.
M. Evans.
Dated Sept. 29th, 1909.
Jos. Dumont.
NOTICE
Take nolice that one month after
date we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for permission to transfer licence now held
by ns for the Lakeview Hotel, Arrowhead, to Chapman & Irwin.
Dated Oct. 1st, 1909.
oct 2 lm      Plumton tc Chapman.
NOTICE.
Take Notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of my
retail liquor license for tbe premises
known as the St. Leon Hotel, St. Leon
Hot Springs, B. C, for the half year
from December 81st, 1909.
M. GRADY.
October 10th, 1909.
NOTICE
Take Notice that we intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of our
retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Leland Hotel, Nakusp;
B. C. for the half year from December :11st. 1909.
OGILVIE & MoKITRIOK,
October Kith, 1909.
NOTICE
Take notice I lint HO days after date I
intend to applv to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the I'nion
Hotel, Arrowbead, B.C., for the half-
year from December31st, 1009. to June
noih, mm.
Dated October IS b, MH)0.
oe 2o lm W.J. Lihutbuhnk.
NOTICE
Take nolice lhat HO days after date
we iuteud to apply to ibe Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of i he retail liquor licensefor the Lake-
view Hotel, Arrowhead, B.C., for the
half-} eat fiom Decembei-Hist, 1909, to
Jims' HUth, 1910
Dated October 18th, WOO.
oc 18 lm Chapman tc In win.
"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, Oomii-
plix, B.C.. for the half year from December 31st, 1909, to June 80th, 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 Kootenay Hotel, Burton
Citv, B.C., for the half-year from December Hist, 1900, to June 80th, 191(1.
Dated October 18th, 1009.
oc 20 lm Wm. Lovatt.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal ol the
retail liquor lieense for llie Cily Hotel,
ni Airoivbead. B.C., for the half-year
from December 81st, 1909, to June 30th
1010.
Dated October 18ih, 1909.
oc 20 lm John Caley,
NOTICE
Take nolice that 80 days after date I
intend 10 apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
ihe  retail liquor license for the Hotel
Beaton, at Beaton. B.C., for the half-
year froin I >ceeinber Hist, 1009. to June
Both, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1009.
oc 20 lm Aktiii n Evank,
NOTICE
Take notice that HO days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
ol Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for Ibe Kva
Botel, Camborne, B.C., for the half-
year from December 81st, 1809, to June
nuili, 1910,
Dated October 18th, 1000,
OC 20 lin John A. Tiikw.
NOTICE
Take notiee that 80 days alter date I
intend to apply to llie Superintendent
of   Provincial    Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Halcyon
Hot-Springs Hotel. Halcyon. B.C., for
the   half-year   from    December   31st,
limn, to June 80th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1900.
OC 20 llll II.  Ml  INIIIKII,
NOTICE
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mi>ii,iln,'i,ir»,| fur nil OlSIMt „f   hnilillim
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
fur "tM in !.tf,{* or   "i'n    imtiititiei
Kl the l-.wn il  it lm , fnr OftlD
aii klndi ni baltdtu ind plutirloj
iitulerteien.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
Take notice that 80 days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police fora renewal of
tbe retail liquor license for I lie Lardeau
Hotel, Comaplix, B.C., for the half-
year from December Hist, 1009, to June
80th, 1910
Dated October iHth, 1009,
00 20 lm It. M, Evans.
NOTICE.
THE HAGGEN CASE
Kamloops Standard Characterises
It As a Farce
In the report of the case brought at
the Assizes at Kamloops against E. A.
Haggen, the Kamloops Standard characterises it as "a farce."
The Standard, reporting the proceedings of the Supreme Court says:—
"The now famous Haggen case from
the city of Revelstoke, which secured
a change of venue to Kamloops a few
months ago, was next taken up. There
wae a little sparring between tbe
Counsel before the hearing proceeded.
Tbe evidence ol several witnesses
was taken, after which the Counsel
addressed the jury.
D. Or. Macdonnell, appearing for the
accused, said that in all his experience
at the bar he had never seen a more
atrocious case and he thought tbat it
was time that men were stopped from
using the courts to promote private
ends.
\V. A. Macdonald, K. O, for the
Crown, said there was really uo occasion to attach any blame to the Attorney-General in this case, as had
beeu suggested.
The jury waB out only a short time
when they returned a verdict of "not
guilty," witb a rider that in their
opinion the case should never have
been organised against tbe accused.
£. A. Haggen, wbo ie the publisher
ol the Mail-Herald in Revelstoke,
and well known in Kami .ops, was
thereupon honorably discharged."
MQRALISMS
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM       RAIL ARD STEAMER
Iu the next dictionary ot syuonymB
that is published we may expect to
lind "Revelstoke justice," "Fosterian
justice," "Prostitution of justice,"
given as synouyiiious terms.
Next time Pulice Magistrate Foster
butts in and orders the Chief of Police
to take a man out of his private ollice
and put him behind tbe bars he will
make no mistake in tickling up Foster or any other man who butts in on
bis business with the toe of his boot.
Will the Attoruey-General's department be as active in its duty towards
people altering court records
as it was in prostituting justice in the
interests of a similar offence? Time
will tell.
POLITICAL
Police Magistrate Foster attended
the Conservative convention at. New
Westminster last week.
It is stated the Provincial elections
mayt.ke plnce the end if November
or early in December.
K I. Borden has announced his
intention of cilling a convention of
tbe Conservat-ve p.r'y of the Dominion. G, E. Foster's trip to B 0. to
arrange for Premier Mcliride's entry
iuto federal politics and leadership of
the party has therefore bten called off
for the present.
WIT AND HUMOR
A Successful Campaign—Mr. Green
—Now I'm going to tell you something
Ethel. Do you know that last night,
at your party, your sister promised to
marry me? 1 hope you'll forgive me
for taking her away?"
Little Ethel—"Forgive you, Mr.
Greon! Of course I will! Why, that's
what the party wsb for!"—Tit-Bits.
Clothier—"Were you pleased with
the overcoat which I sold you?"
Customer—"Oh yes; all my boys
have worn it."
"Well, think ot that I"
"I do. Every time after a rain tbe
next smaller one has to take it."
I- IKE  BRIGADE NO,   ON'
Uox No. 44—Fire Hall NY. 1.
liox No. -l'i—Front Street west near
C.P.R. Bridge.
Box No. lli—Corner King and Douglas Streets (Palace Meat Mart).
Box No, 47—Comer Second and
Wales Streets (back uf Court House).
Box No. 48—Cor. Third and Charlee
Streets (Cowan Block).
KIKE BRIGADE NO. TWO
Box No, 14.—Corner First Street
and McKenzie Avenue, C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No. 15.—Cor. First Street and
Rokeby Avenue, (Post office,).
Box No. 16.—Coruer Second street
and Government Road (opera house).
Box No. 17.—Corner Third street
and Campbell avenue, ((..lobe Lumber
Co.)
Box  No.  18.—C. P. R. statiou.
Box No. 24.—Corner Fifth street
and McKenzie ave. (Catholic church).
Box No. 25.—Corner Sixth street
and Orton avenue, (W. A. Foote).
Bux No. 2fi.—Corner Fourth street
and MoArthur avenue.
Box No. 27.—Comer Fourth street
and Townley street (over south track).
Box No. 28.—Corner Second street
and Robson avenue (Mrs. Baker).
Box  No. 8*..-  Fire Hall No. 2
Box  No. 35.—Hospital.
Box   No.  'AG.—School.
Signal for practise—not less thaa
six (6) slow strokes.
One (1) stroke indicates line broken
or lire out.
Signals are given thus: 2 strokes—
interval 5 seconds—4 strokes; equals
Box 24. No. of box will also be shown
on indicator at Fire Hall.
Kamloops   is  excited   over tbe announcement   that   Dan  Mann, on be-
, half of tbe Canadian Northern railway-
will stop off there on his way from the
Coa6t to arrange with Premier McBride
j for a railway policy. Mr. Mann will
: go over to the proposed route of the
Canadian Northern railway up the
North Thomson Valley.
The Canadian Pacific steamer Athabasca, with its crew and passenger list
totalling about sixty persons, went on
; the rocks at Flower Pot Island at the
I north end of Bruce Peninsula.
In   an interview Dan Mann of   the
i Canadian Northern railway said:   "In
! all of   my  32 years experience I have
never   yet   employed   an Oriental to
'' work   for me.     So any contract that
1 the government  in any prubable contracts   they may  make with me, will
not   find   us   objecting   to  any such
thing as an Oriental labor clause.
NOTICE
Tam- notice that 80 lays after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Reception Hotel at Oamborne, B.C., for the
half-year from December Hist, 1909, to
June 30th, 1910.
Mated October 1Mb, 1909,
oc20 1m t'oiiv Menhenick,
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith.ng, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Sale of Mineral Claims in the Revelstoke Assessment District
Throne of King Alfonso Tottering
London, Oct. 15.—The throne of
King Alfonso iB tottering. Every city
in the kingdom is in the throes of a
revolution ol its own, and although
the climax may not come (or weeks or
months, the end of Alfonso's reign at
a time not far distant seems inevitable. It may be postponed for years,
but there is every belief that following tbe white heat of public disapproval engendered by the action of
the government in the execution of
Professor Ferrer at Barcelona that a
general outbreak is very near. Developments recently indicate that
there is the gravest danger of the
revolt extending to every Litin country of Europe.
I hereby give notice that on Monday, the 1st day of November, A.D., 1909, at tbe hour of eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, at the Court House, Revelstoke, I shall offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list hereafter
set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by said persons on lhe
30th June, A.D., 1909, and for costs and expenses of sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE   MENTIONED
REGISTERED OWNER OR GRANTEE
P. C. Elliott, W. li. Newoombe	
Ole Bandberg, T. McKirday Graham.
W. Cownn, and John Abrahamson ..
Thus. Dunn and W. Fai-rell.
l'\ C. Campbell et al	
Charles W. McCrossan
Lardeau Valley .Mines, Limited,
National Apple Show
The following will he of interest '0
B. C. exhibitors to the Spokane Apple
Show, Nov. 15th to 20th next:—
1. Exhibits cBn be shipped from
Canada, shown at the Second National
Apple Show and returned to point of
shipment free of duty, provided the
followiug instructions are carefully
followed out.
2. All shipments should be made
through one of the following points on
tlie International Bouudary Line:—
East port, Idaho, Blaine, Sumas and
Seattle, Washington, and addressed
distinctly National Apple Show, Spokane, Washington, "in bond." Shipments through other ports will possibly bo subject to duty beforo permitted
to cross the line.
3. Exhibits valued at loss than $100
do not require a consular's certilicate,
but the regular bill of lading and
invoice must be forwarded lo Spokane
lor presentation to the collector ot
customs at lime of arranging bond.      ! W. A. Woods,
4. As soon as exhibitors have decided   definitely on   the  variety  and "
extent of tlieir exhibits, and  provided 1 DftV|d II. Wilson
same is over $100 in value, particulars!
must be given to  the  nearest United ! Frederick Young
States Consul or Consular agent, and  John II. Iloan-   ,
a consular invoice obtained Irom him I David II. Wilson
Wide West l old .Min. Oo. of Larde
Reward Gold tc silver Mining Oo.Ltd
NAME OF CLAIM
Annie	
Isabella	
Hoper	
Dorothy
Red Fox
Home Fraction
Maple Leaf	
Oak Leaf	
Florean fraction	
Lanark 	
Lanark 	
Sut ton
East Lanark l-'ract ion
Blue Jay
Warwick Fraction
Clyde Fraction
l-'ree Coinage
Lone Pine
Butte	
Anna   	
Joseph
Maud	
Spokane
Maggie May
Maggie May No. 2
lutei-loper Fraction
Huhy Fraction
Glengarnock
John 1.
Maryen Praction
Liza Praction
Lakeview
Ontario
Wide West
A. K. Fraction..
Hill Boy
May
UNPAID
TAXES
1590
1557
155S
1559
1660
1661
1662
150;)
1591
1592
1592a
200]
2777
2779
2770
2778
1588
1570
15110
6336
5837
5338
1300
2IH7
2142
21 IH
2111
6879
5898
6809
5900
0464
0455
8433
7443
"112
7 IHU
Group 1
§18 75
$2 00
30 00
2 UU
39 UU
2 UU
HU UU
2 uO
39 UU
2 00
Take nolice  lhal  80 days after dale
we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of the retail liquor license for the half-
vein froin December 81st, Iimjo, to
Jun,- 30th, H'lo.
Dated October IHth, 1909.
oc 211 Iiii ('. P. Hy. 0o,
NOTICE
Take notice tbat 80 days after date I
im, nil to apply lo the Superintendent
of Provinolal Polios (or a renewal of
I In-lelail liquor license for the Criterion
Hotel at Oamborne, B.C., foi the half
year from December Hist, 1909, to Juno
BOtb, 1010,
Dated October lbth, 1909.
ou 20 lm t. T. Ahiil v.
a copy ol which must accompany shipment. Consuls or Consular agents
are stationed at tho following Canadian
centres: Vanconvor, Fernie, Nelson,
Lethbridge and Calgary. It is vory
important tha'. the consular invoice
be obtained as early as possible before
shipment is actually made, bo that
serious delays will be avoided,
6. At the time shipment iB due to
arrive in Spokane, and il exhibitor It
not already represented thero, the
secretary ot the Heooud National Apple
Show will attend to the customs entries, arranging ol bond, etc , provided
he is notified and tlie bill ot lading,
invoice and consular's certificate (it
over !fl00 value) am forwarded to him.
0. II the apples exhibited are sold in
the United States, thoy will be subject
to a duty of 25 cents per bushel.
7. Exhibitors desiring to sell their
apples alter thu closing day ot tho
show will please notify tbo secretary
I in good time.
Clara Grace Westfall
The Metropolitan Gold to silver Mining Co. of Lardeau, B.C., Limited
(non-personal liability)	
May No. 1
Tins
May No. 2
7486
Mav No. 8
7IH7
May No. 1
7IH5
May No. 5
7IH4
Glooscap
7257
Gloosoap No. 2
7268
lilooseiip No, H
7260
Forbes Fraction
T.V.r2
lb-ward Fraction
7255
Piloi Fraction
7264
Morning Star
7262
II,  Hun Lode
725H
Rattler
7048
Union look
7U4II
Pilot
7060
Florence
7U51
Koolenay No,   1
7217
Kootenay No. 2
7348
Kootenay No. 8 Prac.
7260
Jumbo
7052
Independent
71 i\i
Lardo
72IU
Hall lei No. 1
7251
Edinburgh
2807
Silver Bow
2782
Bool ni
27M
l-'.li/.al,i.|li
27-v',
Gloucester
2788
Crown Poinl
27 .V.I
Bonanza King
2068
IjisI  Chilli,-,-
■2tm
Alice
2ii.',7
Alice Fraction
2001
Tom Edward
III7H
Copper Queen
0177
Pedro
7608
Minnie r
7687
New York
SOS
Boston
.via 1
1 Ihloago
.Y127
Moni real
.'.::■_>
San Francisco
6829
Fail-view
6880
Metropoiiiiini 1.1, iinn
veil
Chicago Fraction
5832
Kamloops
1062
Triune
6681
Gnterpi Ise
6082
Silver Chiel
,'rlKl
Kamloops Fraction
6684
Revenge
6686
ir, 00
16 50
27 OU
27 00
0 00
2* 5(1
16 ".">
1 50
21 75
1 60
3 Oil
26 00
25 60
2H 60
16 60
15 60
Is i.I
v., 60
24 UO
IS 5U
H 60
5U
26 00
2 00
2 60
9 50
21 50
21 60
28 00
60
4 75
5 75
6 75
11 uu
B 26
12 00
12 00
8 26
ll 25
H .ill
25
n 60
2 60
|o 7."i
11 25
7 60
12 75
8 75
I 60
1 s,
2 75
8 25
•1 75
10 60
15 75
16 7.',
16 75
15 75
18 00
18 00
l.l no
IH uu
18 00
H INI
.'lil 75
:« 75
u 2.".
7 60
.'III ISI
17 uu
In uu
:c< uu
M uu
;,l un
s uu
11 00
28 26
Hi 25
80 SO
29 75
II M
2 uu
II 00
17 75 2 OU
19 SO
Dated at llevelsloke, B, C, Ibis 5lb day of Oeloher. 1000,
E. Edwards,
Deputy Assvssoi and Collector, Hevelstoke Amwnmt District. THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Stock of Fall Goods Now Complete
Everv day
conscientiously
most up-to-dat'
l'or some time wc have been knocking the lids oil i
believe wc have ready for your inspection one
Mocks ever offered the citizens of Revelstoke.
ases and to-day we
of the   finest  and
ate
Women's Fur Sets, women s sepcr-
i^kirtr-,   u_;ii" 1 >   and  misses   seperate
skirts, women's seperate coats, girl
ami
miss
coats, women's rain coats, warm
iderwear lor women, llannelette nig
■In
wear.
Net
d   Sil
Silk
derskirts, woo
and Hosiery,
1 shawls,   ('.loves, Corsets
Laces,  Belts and up-to
date
Xeckwear.
Table Linen and Napkins, Flannel
and   Cotton   Blankets   and   Comforts,
Men's and boys clothing
Men'
and Laps,
and Shoes
Mens Hats
urnishings,  Boots
Rubbers and etc. In fact
we have all lhe lines ol goods which go
in make up an up-to date store.
See US   lor   the newest  styles,
we
are as ready as ever to serve you.
REID &  YOUNG
GOOD ROADS
In Interesting Address Bu Major
Shepherd
At the City Hall on Thursday
night Major Shepherd, who is an
expert on good roads, gave an address on tlm subject, Mayor bind-,
mark presiding.
Major  Shepherd  contended one
of the best indexes of a city and its
people   was  tho condition   of  the
streets.    When strangers   visited a
city or district the first thing   lhat
struck them was   the  state  of  the
roads and  streets.    If   these  were
in bad shape they gave a black eye
to the city or community.     I'eople ________________________________________________________________________________________________________
wanted to sell property and wanted j cities. She asked Ihem who would
to see it rise in value. Vet they take the place of the carpenters
neglected une of the lirst things j when they were all dead? The
calculated to help them in this answer came in a volume "the
respect hy neglecting tlieir streets j hoys." Who will take the place of
and muds, when the very first j the dressmakers when they are all
thing they should do was to fix up dead? Again the answer, "the
iheir roads and streets in a credit- ' girls." Who will take the place of
able manner. To get the best results the drunkards when they are all
they must have a man thoroughly I dead?     There   was   silence.   The
8^
LOCAL AND GENERAL
BAKE HOUSE PRODUCTS
S    one.  ill
Yesterday's No. 2 did not roach
RevelBtoke till 2.30/owing to a breakdown of the engine;
Two persons were killed und seven
Severely injured when an automobile
speeding toward Oakland, crashed into
a tire hydrant
J. II. Jackson, J.P., has been inking
the place of   Mr. Foster aa police magistrate during the   absence of   the-Inl
tei gentleman .a the coast.
John T. Black, lornierly o! New
Denver, has been appointed chiel ot
the provincial police oi Wesi Kootenay
with headquarters at Nelson.
'->. -McCarthy bus taken a contract
trom I'. Burns A. Co. to build a warehouse .ii Arrowhead, nnd left this
morning to put the work in hand.
Mr. Gillett, -if the firm cf Macdonald and Gillett, contractors fur the
Columbia bridge, went to Vancouver
last week to hurry up the delivery of
supplies in  connection with the work.
K. Howson ,ic Co. Ltd.. will build a
magnificent furniture store next summer on the site they own at corner ol
McKenzie Ave. and Second St., opposite the city hall. The building will
be of brick, two stories in height und
will be the tinest business block ill the
city.
The city council has resulved to help
the ratepayer- in connecting up with
the sewerage system by providing the (
funds r- uired lor the work on a mintage tax system, extending over 5 years
which will   avoid any hardship to any
citizens in tbe cost ol completing theii   	
connections. power
Owing ti  the pressure ou our space
today we have to   hold   over till   next
issue the account ol the visit ol   Hon. .    \\   Toml'mm
Hon.  Frank Oliver,  Minister ol   the I effected   ureal
luteri. r, and   reception to bim, and | live-acre   '
si ■•• r;i'i local items.
At tin conncii meeting
Ud Wells asked when the Douglas
streci ci issing would be put in, us n
Imii been promised for -ome time. The
City i.'.erk -t ited tbi --rilt-r of the
Ki. way C imuiiieionors for the cross
in); Had nu-.i beeu received, und the
Mayor said he would call a special
meeting   to   deal   witb tbis and other
matters,
At last meeting ul the city cuuncil Ibe Local Option
Aid. Macdonald brought up the ques- Boundary
tion .--.iggecttd by H. Mai,mng on the
occasion uf the civic meetiug ou the
bylaw, as to keeping the water, light
and power accuuuts separate frum the
general revenue. Tbe Mayor suggested
the finance committee  sbouli «u fully
Owing to the increasing demands of our BAKE
HOUSE PRODUCTS we bave greatly improved the
quality ot our goods by procuring one of the best
linkers in the Province in the person of Mr. V.
Boyle, (late of Vancouver) who makes a specialty of
high class goods, and in order to prove our statements we invite our friends to try some ol our
Almond and Cocoanut Cakes, Marguerites, Kisses,
Russian Cakes, (iernian Tarts, Cream Pulls, Rolls,
etc., also am- Kancv Goods to order, A TRIAL
OPDER   APPRECIATED.
HOBSON'S    BAKERY    AND    GROCERY
II APT 1ST
On Sund iy night Mrs. A.'I'. Roh
itiMiu spok- to a good conuregaiiun
in the Hup- ist church, a large number being ] resent. Her theme-was
"Local Option." She reviewed
briefly the progress made in '-the
United Sin ea nnd Eastern Canada,
adding thnt liritish Columbia, the
fairest and richest of all in natural
resources, was the must backward
in temperance and moral reform.
She made a strong plea for the
closed door to save tho boys and
girls. In this connection she related an instance when she was
addressing a large gathering of
boys and girls in one of  the   large
•en
KM
Underwear
capable of supervising s ich work.
They should start now with a
thoroughly permanent work. He
recommended crushed rock of suitable character as the hest road material. The automobile was here
to stay and raised a new phase of
road construction. Within tive
years there  would   he   more auto
answer is obvious,  ''Save the Hoys
nnd Uirls!"
I'HIJSBYTKHIA.N
On Sunday morning Revs. XV. C.
Calder and J. B. Robertson conducted the service jointly, Rev.
Mr. Robertson preaching in the
morning the first sermon to the
united congregation, and Rev.   Mr.
mobile   than   horse   traffic.     The Calder preaching the sermon at the
Your Insurance
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
plant lor
another large pi
Idaho.
Portland,   i 'r. and
wer undertaking in
. ('. P.R, engi i. lias
improvements   to the
trull I'.n iu   he   lias taken up
j .il  Notch Hill.      II,   bus planted uui a
hu ire   number of   li nil   trees ind llu-v
Friday, | ,ln. iloing well.
There has been an Inlli ,
lately to ' he cil y , 11,1 i lu-i ■■ ., te now
nine ol them in I John
lle.ily was sentenced h> Mr. Jackson,
J.P., to I."- day s, Edward 1 lickson. S
days; M. McCarty, 15 I ij s, all toi
vagrancy, and the police ue detei
mined tu clean I he cit; nl th undesirables,
. Mr.   K
.-.i^l   torn
\.
tb
[badley   loaves l'i
ui ii business i rip.
. Uostock u ill visit Rei
nn   i Ictobei   25th, « hen on bii
I IttllWIl,
leagues   ol   the
Kootenays, Cr iw -    Nest.
Slocan and Lardo districts will bold a
a convention al  Selsoo    a   I
November Ith, as a part   ul   tin    - i
day school convention,     Dele
will come from all the atn
mc uu...., „._■.... ~_.  n.    among whom will he leading  mei
into   the   matter  and   report  to the the temperance reform     ;■       rill be
0   .: cil hs   to   what suggestions   they   a practical   I -
htoi to   •'- r, plebiscite »i te ind election
candidates    It is tl
Boi     , ;     oing a]   a    in   i cl< ck   Leag,..,,;   ..., l:  ,     v    ,„,,.,
the nr. ■ •.. rang    ut   an  alar;.., .. . , ,,.,  ..,_,,   ,
csusi being a lire  in  the  laundry  uf  „,,„,.     ,,,    ,„,     ,.,.h,ihl!     pro,
tbs   ii tel Bi nelst n-     1 be  brigade  , ,
wsi |    mpi ly   i. ths spot and li id the _     .
lann -  ■■-:.■ isbed   bel ri any dam-
esulted i    the  boti. tbi  a ill   I
od.   A qu mtity oi
 :      I bi   fin   ,-     .j I- -■ d
bavi     rig d ited   through    - ime
i .- dr) ing,  failing on
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
t.'ii'i ' -i-i*	
i -in -iki.ual alga i tbe progri -- ol
Kevel'l k, snd iti Importance as i
I'u-ini"- centri i- tbat Messra Smith,
Kerry snd Cbace, the leading hydro-
elicinc engineers i I »m»d i bavi
deeidi d to i pen bere theii besd Ilii i
lor handling tbeir bnsinest in the
west, wi ere   tbey nave in band works
mi   ,vii a    an  ' I| • iiilllure "I if l.'i.OoO,
000   I i" '   \ rks include the big new
Bl I,US
For House and Garden Culture
Hull"- | it _\  in ' hf
i in lhi  S|ii itifj
Wl    I! A VI
Sini      H '   ■      Several val i-
i   ■   . ■ i > » llyjii iiith*..
'    .     ■ ms,   AImo
i     ,     i I Snowdrop*,
■
riani
I
id
....
Bews' OruqflrStatiniiBi-y Store
I    '     i.,...|.i   Ifttl . 1    ...
Kaii.:.. pi bas   taken , posil Ion with
td Supply Ci
Mr. Stark, Oomii
ind Mr- Stark reiurned  on - ,<
fr .in a two months visil >■
rn ' laoada
K. Gordon, governmenl   agent, last
week   went   .ver   tbs   road works in
li unl   im-       ,    n   .,  !■.-;, ' reek and
i he southern portions ol bis disl i ii
I In many friends   of   i.   M
i f rmerly  ol   Revelstoke, were glad to
see him in tbe  oity  tbli week much
Improved In health      Mr-    Dcotl so
i coiiipauii'd  bim.
Hupt, Purvis -J Nelson, hnsresigned
bia position with   the   0 I' It. and nc
cepted the position ol mperlnteiiden
of the   li.   0,   (Sleotrlo Railway Oo,
new lino to Cbilllwaok
hrs. Hamilton and Huthei land li »vc
this week for the ooast   nml   in  thoir
absenOS their duties will   he   attended
toby Dr, Burrls,  ol   Kamloops, and
Dr. McKinnon, of Nelson,
Kev. .1   It.  llobertson, Mrs.    Robert-
and family,   lelt this   morning fo
Ilm
elstok
I I t'
Mi  .    \.   M.   Symons, ul   Pingston
i'i .-■ -k.   i,-i ni ned   "ii   Tuesday from n
trip 11. i! ual.  i nil   leaves ['or home
'..in", row morning.
The I.i ceuui i i im erl i' impany gave
i pai lm musicitle  in Mi s, \S   M. Law
ri-nce - dm i n  lasl nighi.   The
room   wa    i i owdeil and the progr ,
nsti umental, n as one
Kevelstoke.
^.Mr-. K. VV. Laii . .;ng   an  at
in   b Mr-   S|. B ml ol
dent of the
• -. li di '■ Sixth St
...        nal
i;-p.     I.   A.   V
elsl   ■■■ .   i:..l are
tbe guests   • Mr and Mrs. C   f   I
ii,.i:s Hi - nerly
.■ere.
Mi rothei   •• '-Ii   K
from
bere be nil!
tion   on
.... I -i..in •■!
Mi i... 11
■ i ive arrived in Hi
. n! Hill ol     1,1 . •
•  I     . .   ■
ip  h  mm ion.    bo|
.,.....,■ ed nn' hanii
1 hi    i..■■. i-i.,.'. Dramal io Clu
.... r   ... an    i    \rrowni a>
-,,i irda)    nig  t a ben • be)   .
.    . -    11 ...   tbi
Conl ision       I       prosen
....      - llll) inn.   n I
"ly, who whs   un ll
away.      Otl Mt   Was
• i itoki perfi irm -
lip-   in hers "I   'ne Dramal li
-iirak in high terms ol tbe ipl
way in whiob i hoy were enteri
i.y the pei pie nl Arrowhesd, I ■
Iiott placing ins gasoline launo i
their disposil .."'I taking them I
onjoyable trip A,,wu the iak"
time was coming when they would
have to use oil or some such material on their streets. Modern machinery, consisting of a rock
crusher, spreader nnd roller of ten
to twelve tons was necessary.
Their boulevard work was very
creditable. The must modern idea
was to have a roadway 20 to 24lt.
wide and let the residents use ol
the rest of the street in front of
their properties for boulevard and
ornamental purposes. He advocated concrete walks on residential
streets without curbs.
On motion of E. A. Haggen,   so
cuiuled hy Mr. Ruck, a hearty vote
of   thanks     was   accorded    Major
Shepherd for   his   interesting   ad-,
dress.
Remember the lecture lo be given
tonight in the Kdison Parlor Theatre
by .Mrs. Robinson. Beautiful illus-
1 ruled pictures,
A choice range of Cocoa Mats just
in. Prices lower thau ever before in
ihe oity, just the thing for muddy
...call er.—C. li. Hume ,t Oo.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
Ohurch are planning to m.ke the
Thanksgiving dinner on Oct. 25th
the event of the season. Room and
food for all.
evening service..
Kind lhe Full   l'age Ad. about
BURNABY HEIGHTS
Call and see our new line of Velvet
lings. Direct import.—0. ti. Hume
& Oo.
Wly do cooking un Thanksgiving
Hay when you can get a turkey dinner
a' the Union K-staniant 7
Still they come, another shipment
ul pi line plums to hand at Q VV. Hell's.
Something new—Delicious pork and
mutton pies and sausage rolls Iresh
every   day   at   the   Maundrell   Meat
Market.
tc
Read the Full Page Ad, about
BURNABY HEIGHTS
w
ANTED
perienc
SHU per mouth
Al C
11   ii
lv  lb
iill ess
■ tel,
I wo
Wn
WIT AND HUMOR
A Successful Campaign—Mr. Green
—Now I iu going in tell you something
Ethel. Do you know that last night,
at ynur party, your sisler promised to
marry me? I hope you'll forgive me
for Inking her BWnyV"
Little El In I—"Forgive you, Mr.
linen! (If course I will! Why, that's
what i iie party was for!"—Tit-Bits.
Now that the chilly weather is here, it is time to
think of comfortable Underwear. To be thoroughly
comfortable it must be light weight, but close and elastic
smoothe to the skin and perfectly non-shrinkable. We
can offer you just this kind of a garment in
Stanfield's Unshrinkable
We guarantee every   garment we
replace any that shrink in the least.      We
lerate vests and drawers and   in  combinalioi
full  line of Children's  Underwear
S(
have
a
havt
in
and   will
them in
S.      We
all   sixes
Flannelette Wear
as we were
line was  carefully
no   for
looki
were well made, with plenty materia
g<
quality   nnd
showing   combine   ;
qualities  and   also   the
of reasonable prices.
We carry ('.owns.   Drawers  and   Petticoats,   and
can offer you a
each of these Iii
assortment ol the best   of goods
McLennan (2& Co.
fc You Don't Have To |
Go outside of Revelstoke to make ^
your Real Estate Investments. ^
The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd. 3
have the best bargains in the City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
^ Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents
:.'.«»U»«444»M4aUUMUl4UiiUUWUM4W^
(irand   l-'oiks
id
illn-r    soul hern
poinls, whiirn   they   will   spend a tew
w.iks belore taking up their rosidenoe
iii I hen nuw home al SanallllOi
^<Iiitiitii3)(tiiIiitii^iIii|ii^itii|ii3)ij)>3>i|i^i^i|ii|ii3)i|ii|ia'
I COAL    ((>AL    COAL I
,\rraio;i   do«   loi youi wintel supply of good
luitabli I i Range or  Furnace
Por quality tbere is no better ooal to be had, ask
-■     ..... using it.    Prompt delivery of orders
*   SHMSUS S.   < i.    W< )JHH\S I- 0  BOX 35   J*
Laugh and Grow Fat
This is an Old Saying but cannot come to
pass when the goods you are eating are
not right. Deal with me and notice the
effect. ......
G. W, BELL
P. O   Box 208
Telephone No.
1.
FUR  SETS
FOR  LADIES AND 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.  O.  CRICK
First   Street      -       Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
J
\
1
1
r
Iteail ..   i'i."   td ah.
III KNABY  lll.liilll.-
BUSINESS LOCALS
I iiilm lo comb honey   fresh  from the
hive ni 'i  W. Hells.
Hee "in front window of Maisb Comforts Ihey can't he excelled—(!. H.
Hume 4 Co.
ry a pi
id of   lirown   lien lo
lor said ill, li. W. Hell's,
Good Groceries
A General Supply
on   hand,    All
Filled   and
ol  the  Best Groceries
Orders   Promptly
Al tended to.
L
Mountain Suppiy Company.Limited
TALES FROM THE GOLDEN WE8T
CERTAINLY!
^^^H        Take it Home to The Folks:       H^^
They'll Be Pleased if You Should:
Three Big Cans lor Two-Bits:
And its Got to Be Good!
For its Made Right in
BRITISH COLUMBIA I
What?
Royal  Crown   Cleanser
It  Brightens The Home.

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