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Array " Empire " Typewriter
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Vol 15.-No79
REVELSTOKE, B. C. NOVEMBER 6 1909
$2.50 Per Year
SPECIAL ATTRACTION
C.P.R. Mountain Tour at Edison
Parlor Theatre
One of lhu chief features characteristic of Revelstoke's progress as au
embryo metropolis ol the interior is
the Edison Parlor Theatre, which,
perhaps, is the most popular rendezvous for yuiing and old each evening
in the city. K.xcellent programmes
and tbe latest seleotious in biograph
pictures have invariably been secured
by the management,which has arranged
to provide the public with the most
interesting and instructive tilms that
can possibly be uhlaintd. An instance
ot this wss sliuwu uu Thursday and
Friday nights when Kevelstoke was
enabled tu witness a lull series of new
pictures showing scenes of vivid lucal
iuterest as well as magniliccut views
ol the Selkirk and Kooky mountains.
These pictures which are prepared by
Harbeck Film Co., of New York, for
the C.P.B. and under personal introduction of Mr. Harbeck, are some of
the litieBt ever shown aud have drawn
large cruwds at the Edison nightly,
The pictures showing the ss. Princess
Victurii and Princess Charlotte approaching Victoria and Van Oliver
can claim to be the best marine studies yet produced. The trip in a C.P.
It train along the banks ol the Kraser
is very realistic, the ert'ect uf plunging
through tun els, sweepiug round
curves and crossing bridges gives the
spectator the idea ol being on the
actual train. Sights and scenes along
the route fiom Vaucouver via North
Beud, Kevelstoke, lilacier, Rogers'
Puss, Yobo Valley and Bmff are
strangely vivid and the magnificent
scenery is displayed in true grandeur
on tbe oan vara. The trip roused the
audience to a pitch of enthusiasm as
peak alter peak, glacier, waterfall and
ravine flashed by. Particular interest
was shown in the iive lib that darted
about in a mountain stream. The
beBt film ol the evening and one which
evoked the loudest applause showed e
series ol local views, the first that have
been taken of Revelsloke and shown
on a public canvass. As the familiar
scenes of the school building appeared,
the troops ol children marching
through tbe grounds, their faces and
identity easily recognisable,  the audi
ence gave vent tu prolonged cheering
This was followed by scenes depicting
incidents ut the 1 cal Fall Fair held
in September, showing trotting and
running horses, and the crowds in the
Urand Stand. Much amusement was
derived from picking out familiar
laces among the gathering. The pic-
form an excellent advertising medium
tor Kevelstoke and the management is
to bo congratulated on their entet-
prise in securing them lor tlieir
patrons There will he a oompiete
change of programme to nigbt, but
the Revelstoke pictures will be again
shown. No one shuuld miss tbis exhibition,
A Great Movement
A notal'le gathering ul prominent
men are to visit Revelstoke ibis week,
iu face lhe biggest, strongest and most
widely known group of Chriotlan
workers the city has ever bad the
opportunity of hearing. The occas
ion of their ootniug is tu attend the
Laymen's missionary movement,
which is setting tbe lay workura in the
churches at work as nothing else has
dune. The gathering will meet, in the
Y.M.C.A. at the supper hour, 6:1)0 on
Wednesday uext, at a normal charge
ol 50 cents a plate. Every man is
welcomed to come and hear these
men. Take note ol the name* of some
ol the men, Canon Tucker, Toronto;
Dr. Sidney Gould, Jerusalem; Dr. J.
M. Waters, India; Bev. H M. Clark,
Hunan, China; Hun. XV. H. Gushing,
Calgary. It will he the only oppor
tiiuity of a lifetime to hear some ot
these worldwide experienced men.
Similar gatherings have been held in
Nelson, Rossland and other centres of
B. C. and have been largely attended.
Let us make sure that Revelstoke is
not the least in appreciation of this
great work and the great men in it.
Speaking at Cranbrook, Dr. King
took up the policy of the McBride
government in the past and attacked
in the most vehement manner the
new railway policy ecunciated by Mr.
McBride, paying apecial attention to
the tact that two of the most prominent ministers, Messrs.Tatlow and Fulton had resinned from the cabinet for
the reason that ihey could not coin
rule wilh McBride's arraugiment witb
tbe Canadian Northern.
rO-aO-0-CKHK><)-0-C><><XH>
learin
To make room for new goods,   we  are  going
to sell in the next few days about
Siooo   worth of
HIGH CLASS CHINA WARE
A chance of a lifetime to get   your  Christmas
presents  at cost price.
We have all kinds of High Class China, iu Wedge-
wood, Crown Derby, Coalport, Royal Worcester,
Copelands and also a large assortment of Hand Painted
Lsmoges China. See our windows for a selection.
Every piece marked iri plain figures.
The whole comprisieg Teapots, Sugars and
Creams, odd Cups and Saucers, odd Plates, Vases,
Bon Bon dishes, Salads and many other small pieces.
If you wish to make a selection we will keep it for you
until Christmas.
A great Snap in Cutlery for this
week,    see  our South Window.
Tungsten Lamps
We have at last got the sole agency of a good
reliable Tungsten Lamp. Not the brittle kind—and
the prices are right. We have them in 25, 40 and ho
candle power and the prices are $1 op, $1.25 and
$1.50 each. Try them and see the saving in your
light bill.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
MINISTERIAL
MEETING
Addresses by Premier McBride
Hon. W. Bowser, Hon. Thos.
Taylor—Opening Meeting of
the Campaign.
The opening meeting of the campaign was held at the Opera House on
Wednesday night, when an unusually
large audience, including a number of
ladies, filled the hall to its utmost capacity. Police Magistrate Coster, president of Hon. Thus. Taylor's eleotion
committee, was in the chair. In addition tu the speakers, II. («. Parson,
of Golden, C. F. Lindmark, Independent oandldate, and t;. H. Kempster,
Socialist candidate, were on the platform,
HON. THUS. TAVI.U11
was the first speaker, and was received
with hearty cheers. He saiel he was
appealing to them for the fifth lime
and lie bud not a question of doubt
they would again return a supporter
of the Hun. H. McBride. The Premiei
and Attorney-General wuuld address
them on the proposed railway policy,
which was one that would no doubl
appeal lo tbem. 1 Ie read extracts from
speeches by .lohn Oliver and J. A.
Macdonald In connection with their
approval of guarantee of bonds to encourage railway construction.
With such statements as these
coming frum prominent members of
the Liberal party he did not see how
they could oppose the policy the Hon.
Premier was about to announce. With
the majority at his back in the legislature the Premier, hue! he chosen to
do so, could have introduced aud had
passed legislation to give effect to
these proposed contracts with the C.
N. R. and Kettle Valley railways, but
he took the course of laying the whole
matter before the people tor tlieir approval or disapproval.
While on his feet he proposed dealing more particularly with mttters
within his department.
He had enjoyed the confidence of
the Pieinier as a member of the cabi-
Iiii't for eight months, and had endeavored to gel as closely aa possible in
touch with the requirements of his
department. With that view he had
visited various parts of the province
and got in touch with the people. The
precedent in this respect had been set
for him by the Premier, who had
made it a puint to visit every year the
different parts of the province and had
thus become better acquainted with
the requirements of the people. The
department of public works, of which
he was in charge, was the huge spending departmenl of the province. Consequently it was more Important that
thai department shuuld become more
thoroughly conversant with lhe needs
and requirements of the people.     The     	
sum of $3,000,000 was being expended I knew that their province had develop-
on public works ibis year. He quoted I ed to un extent never dreamed of.
figures showing the growth of the I When they considered that every mile
public works expenditure to its pre-1 of railway added to the Northwest
Sent proportions, There was a time j meant 50,000 bushels more wheal to
When the province could not present haul, and when they considered the
to them such a satisfactory state of Grand Trunk had bo far the best grade
affairs as they were able to do that of any transcontinental loail, being
night. When the Premier accepted about one per cent, and when they
office In WA its condition was rather ( considered that the grade of the Oan-
deplorable. Tin-surplus now available ailian Noil hern Would be less
had been   brought   abuut   by   careful ; than u half per cent. Ihey could easily
management of the finances, and that, j conceive how this new railway « hii-h
few figures regarding tbe lumber industry, in a few years the output had
grown from   60,000,000  to  850,000,000
feet a year.    A great deal of the eredil
for this development was due Premiei
McBride. The millmen had fell thai
the laws were of a stable nature und
the act which had been adopted by
the legislature In 1005 extending tbe
licenses was largely responsible for
this, Thai was one of lhe best
measures ever Introduced into the
legislature.      The    passage   of this
Act bad done more to revive the lumber Industry than anything else. Asa
result hundreds of millmen came Into
the province and Installed big plants,
and wbat was a further Inducement
was that lhe government, finding s
great deal of their logs were being
shipped into the I'nited b "tes, and
there manufactured Into lumber, oame
10 the conclusion this lumbi 1 could be
just as Well manufactured in the Province, giving employment tu millmen
and their laborers, They therefore
prohibited tbe export   with the result
hundieds of people invested in their
timber and built, mills to manufacture
it here. In this again ibe government
were entitled to a great deal of credit,
lie wuuld now take up the agricultural industry. It had been slated the
government hod done nothing lo aid
this industry, but hi-could give them
figures to show the go.eminent
had . been doing a greal deal
for the farmers. This year limy
bad a vote of $280,000 on the estimates
for ihe extension of survey*, and they
Iuul reserved seven and a half million
acres for pre-emption by settlers.
Tbere were now KKJ.IHIII acres undi r
orchard cultivation and 500,000 more
fruit trees were being pie tiled out
yearly. Tbe advertising done by the
government in eastern Canada and
the old count ry hud been of exceptional
value to the province by showing llu-v
hail in Ii. C. a territory Becond to none
in lhe world fur lhe excellence of ils
fruit. The result was thai while a
few years ago eastern Canada looked
with suspicion on the resources of British Oolumbia, they knew today tbe
best families from lhe provinces lo the
east of us were moving inti British
Oolumbia not only on account of the
fruit lands but on account of the exceptional climate B. C. presented to
the easterner. History lulil diein that
when the construction of the C. P. R
was first before the parliament of
Canada, it was stated by men prominent in the public life of Canada, that
B. C. was a sea uf mountains. Others
said the line meant abspb'^B poverty
and ruin to those who invested in it,
and that it would never do more than
pay for the axle grease used on the
wheels. Thai line uf railway did a
good work for this province which
could never have beeu brought about
in any other way. The new line which
the government proposed 10 assist
would make the third transcontinental
line across B. 0.. and in addition I here
was the Kettle Valley railway line
giving the Boundary direct connection with tin-Coast. The construction
of these lines meant giving this province a greater impetus than was given
to it for many years after the
construction  of the 0. P, R.    They
without placing any additional burden
in the way of direct taxation on the
shoulders uf the people. In fact while
lhe ratio nf direct taxation to revenue
they were proposing to build would
secure the haulage of tin great bulk of
the wheat crops of Alberta and Saskatchewan to the ports ol the Pacilic
then HO per cent, now it  was only j coast. This meant enormous elevatoit
Tinsmtthing
Plumbing
lli 1-2 per cent. The revenue had Ihus
lieen incre-ased froin the natural resources of  the   province,   and   it was
the policy of the governmenl now iu
the near future   to   luok   very closely
into the Incidence of taxation in this
province with a   view   to obliterating
every vestige of direct taxation, lie
quoted the development ami output of
the lumber and mineral Industries to
show lhe progress Ibe province was
making,   and    claimed     the   govern-
ment   were    responsible    for    thai
prosperity.      I p   to    the    lime   thut
Premier McBride took charge of the
mines department the Act  wai lieing
Constantly tampered with uud that,
together    with   the     want   of   stable
government, had the effect of creating
hesitancy on the part of Investors coming Into the province.    Shortly after
coming into office, uml after some
amendments to the Mining Act, the
Premier concluded il was just about
all that could In- required and for several years now investors, prospectors
and miners had the satisfaction uf
knowing lhe mining act wuuld not be
tampered with. The result had been
a great deal 11.ore confidence had he-en
exhibited in the milling industry ol
the province, and when the American
governmenl were casting abuut for an
amended law ihey adopted the laws of
11, C. whioh were   pi
none in lhe WOI Id
ibably   second ti
Oheers),
machine shops. Industries built up by
their wonderful resources of coal and
iron, uud an   enormous   ship-huildini;
Industry Inaugurated   before   many
ye-urs tei Dome,
The government of the day, then,
should he a strong government, with a
vigorous uml progressive policy,   Mr.
McHride hud given them Vigorous and
progressive government.    They were
responsible for thai government and
il was up lo tbem to say by I heir
Votes ut the pulls whether they approved of the UoBrlde government in
the past, and of their proposed policy
in the future. Tbe question Ihey
should ask was, bad lhe government
of Mr. McHride been un honest gov
ernmenl and whether It was one they
Iuul confidence in. uml if they bud confidence In It. il was their hounden
duly lo support bim at Ihe polls on
Nov.'ill h.   They would   all say  so in
uo unourialn voice.
He hod referred lo some of lhe advancement the province has mode and
while he did noi claim for the Government the whole credit, Ihey were
entitled to a great deal of it. The
policy of McHride meant the inoMt
prosperous period for  Ihem   Ihey  hail
ever experienced during the nextde-
cade.
In coniu'clion with lmnl mailers, he
Iuul laien Iheir  representative  ill  the
 B    legislature   for   ten   years,    He   Iuul
He would uow like  to  give them *  endeavored to ineel their wishes and
ii wuuld give lii 111 pleasure to do any-
Ihingthe oould for the upbuilding of
Revelstoke, He had done what he
could to assist Revelstoke by every
iniiins in his power. Since he had
joined the cabinet he had done his
besi to meet lhe wishes of representative bodieN and individuals, anil if
returned again he would do his hesl
noi only for them hut for the whole
province. His best wishes were always
wiih them, but at the same lime it
wus his duly to pay attention to the
interests of every riding in the province. When he told them that on the
passing of the estimates the opposition
had no criticism to make of the estimates as compiled by him il was proof
be hud done bis best to arrange a fair
distribution for each distriel whether
returning u government or opposition
supporter. lie would say to the
electors of RevelBtoke, if satisfied with
his work, tbey must and shuuld return
him to the legislature. (A voice—
They will not). If they did not think
so then Iheir will was law and
would retire, lie thanked them for
the kind and attentive hearing they
hud given him. Hu had always found
that every speaker, no mailer what
his political leanings, would have their
best consideration. During the campaign he would endeavor to deal with
it on straightforward lines. I le believed
when Ihey appeared before the electors it was their duly to present their
business in a businesslike way and he
did not think any personalities should
be introduced  into politics.   (Cheers).
li. II, KK.MI'STKK
was next called on and said he had
been elected as a representative of the
Socialist party in this election. It was
not his intention to try to address
theiu fully lhat evening. He recognised that this meeting had been called
in the interest of capitalism and they
proposed lo let it remain for that purpose. He hoped in the near future to
discuss the policy of the government
from the viewpoint of the wage-earners and this city in particular (cheers).
.MAYOR LINDMARK
was received with a tremenelous
ovation. He said, realising as he did
that the Premier was here himself to
give for the first time his railway and
timber pulicy, (A voice: Wake up).
Mr. Lindmark "I'll wake eip before
I'm through all right. (Cheers and
laughter), it would he presumptuous
on his part 10 take up their time at
that meeting, They were there to
hear and were all anxious to hear the
policy of the Premier. He had an
nounced himself as an Independent
candidate, lu the near future he
intended to have meetings to which he
would invite Mr. Taylor, when they
would more particularly discuss the
local Issues, On behalf of himself and
his fellow citizens he extended to the
Premier the heartfelt sympathy in his
recent bereavement (cheers) and was
glad to see the hearty reception accorded to him.    (Cheers).
I'UKMIEU M'BBLDK
was received with prolonged cheering
He said before proceeding to discuss
public mailers he must acknowlege
from the bottom of his heart the
kindly and sympathetic reference
mude by Mayor Lindmark to a domestic allliclion that had recently
visited his home, and he look this
opportunity of thanking him for the
very nice and generous way in which
he had mentioned his reception by the
people of Hevelstoke thai night.
In the ordinary course of events il
would not be necessary for him tu
meet the people till tbe spring of lllll,
and those whu Iuul taken some part in
the work of campaigning in B. 0,
would admit that, apart frum the
pleasure il gave a public man to meet
the people und discuss with them the
Issues of the day, il was from a physical poiut of view, an exuding task
indeed. This was the time, and this
was Ilu- hour, when lhe public men,
responsible to Ihem in Parliament,
should meet lhe electorate ut large
and discuss wilh them lhe supreme
issue iu local politics      And  so it was
ihat. recognising the enormous responsibility be was under to keep
puce with, and even ahead of the
development of the day, he was there
to submit to them 11  railway  policy
which Mould tend to a development
and prosperity beyond anything they
had  experienced   In   ihis    country,
(Cheers).
He would like to refer to the pres-
snee befure Ihem that   night  uf 0. P.
Lindmark. To him il was a surprise
to learn thai Mr. Lindinark had decided to oppose the ministry of the
day, OS be had done iii opposing Mr,
Taylor. Mr, Taylor w.is as essential
to the Ministry us In-wus, and in view
of   Mr.   Lindmark   being   befoie   the
electorate In opposition he wished to
address a few words to the Conservative party- who must treat Mr. Lindmark in opposition and as u Liberal
(cheers).     He said this ill the kindliest
way because he felt Impelled to do it,
and it wus righl and proper to do it at
this lime. He who is not for them
musl I"' against them. Certainly he
could not look on Mr. Lindmark us
other than an opponent of the administration of the day. When he Wai
able to I'ive effect to that, wish suof'  D
SPORTSMEN
Who are in doubt as to
where they can best obtain
all kinds of Up-To-Date
Sporting Goods, should
bear ;n mind the fact that
we carry a splendid stock
of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle,
Traps, Tents, Camp Stoves
Blankets, and in fact everything |for  the   Hunter,'the  Trapper/and   the   Prospector.
HEATING   STOVES
It will soon be time to purchase that Heater. We have
just^the stove to suit you and will be pleased to show you
its good points. Remember that we are agents for the
Kootenay Range, which you will read of on   another   page.
BOURNE  BROS.
Groceries    Hardware    McClary's Stoves    Plumbing
Our.clothes-
v&lues &re
easy to see.
Field glasses are not needed to see the
fine points of perfection in the kind of
clothes we sell. Style, fit and every detail
of fine 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.
Fit Reform Clothing
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recently been completed under  which the bnochaa
of this Bank are able lo issue Droits on die pilncipal point*
In the following countries:
AuMria-Hunfarjr    Finland Ireland
Belgium Formosa Italy
Braxil France Japan
Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochin-china   Java
Germany Manchuria
Great Britain Mexico
Norway
Prraia
Phillipinr [eland*
Roumiuiia       ^M	
rULL   PARTICULARS   ON    APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.     ALLEN.  IMQR.
Ceylon
China
Crete Greece
Denmark Holland
Egypt Iceland
Faroe Islands India
MO   DELAY IN   ISSUING.
Russia
Servia      t*
Siam
South Africa
Straits Seltleaeats
Sweden
s witi it land
Turkey
West Indies n»
and el-gwbtse
WHO OWNS THE BASKET ?
lull iit chaice samples from our up-to*
date meat market!- We offer cnoie^
Roast*,  tender Lamb,   corn-fed Pork,
Hums, Bacon, etc, carefully selected
and handled in spotless surroundings.
To know this business the expert
butcher should l>e able ui select hiH
meat in lhe dark, Hnl how many do?
Duly the liest meats on sale here. Kor
health-giving,   satisfactory   meats   at
reasonable prices patronise the
Maundrell Meat Market
Creon loncn Chopped for Voi.r ctm hrrw Oatly
(CWtltroti uu ?«|« Tbrw.)
L 0. L No. 1658
L. O. L., No. 1668, will attend
Divine service at St. John's I'reshy-
terian church on Sunday evening
next, Nov. 7th. Members are requested
to meet at the lxxlge room, Oddfellows
Ital.', at 6:30 p.m. Visiting brethren
ooriiaily inviteei, w-«-2t
Winter Cabbage—926 per ton, $2.50
per crate ol almut 175 pounds. Celery, He. per pound. Othsr vegetables.
W. A. Banks, Babthorpe Fruit Farm,
Salmon Arm, li.C.
White Bnrbank Potatoes, and tbey
are iieauties, enquire at Hobson's for a
price on good winter's supply, alsu
cabbage, carrots, turnips, beets, onions
and parsnips. Uur prices will interest
you. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Mining Surveyor
Engineering
.iIlKeNZIK  AVENUE,
box 1UU, Revklstokk
E.  A.   HAGGEN
Mining Engineer
Revelstoke, L>. 0,
Mem. American Institute Mining
Engineers
Mem. Can. Min. tnst.
Examinations   ami Reports   un  .Mines,
and Mining  Invesiuients a specialty.
Blue Prints supplied of plans of Land,
Mines and l imukii.
Cable Address— "Kunagan," Revelstoke
Oodes—Mureiug  and Neill, Bedford McNeill, Western Union, Cluunli.      •
C.   W.   O   W
Mountain   View Camp. No. 129
ItMeeU &ecuuu and SVurih Wednesdays iu
each uiunlli. .11 Selkirk Hull. Visum «»«■
men oordiall) Invited to attend.
JOHN CARLSON, e.'on. Com,
J. McXN'i li.l--. Lleri.
KiiVELoXOKE AERIE No. 423
F. O. E.
The reiralar ineelniKS are held In tlie Selkirk
Hai'i     every     Tuei-diij.    eveuiug    at      l.utlit
u'cluck.    VisitiliK brethrl.ii cordially inviled.
T. J. WALSH, President.
W   K. McLAL'l HL1N.SECEETABV.
Kootenay Lodge. No. 15, A  F. & A. M.
The regular me.-i-
ini.-- nre held iu tlie
MASOMl TEMPLE
Oddfellsws Hull.uu
llie third Holiday in
each month m b
p.m. VislliuiTbrotli
rea cordially wel
cume.
UL A. fl'.,), u'.VII-.T., SKCUKTAHT.
SELKIRK LODGE 12, 1.0,0. F.
Mem- every Thtir-
■iay   evening   in   Sel-
Ikirk Hull ai 8 o'clock
 FVlslting brelhren are
cordis  y invued io atieud.
ALKtRT AKMIS. N.ll
'AS   MATHIE.Mil-
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B C.
M-KEi--  _ .hilV   ■••Ei'Ni-.-.M
except :    .-1 Wednrad
each rr mth,   . : ;■■ ,
Hall    at    3 r .     .,
Knlciin -■
T. V    SMITH  '    .
0. H   BHo" ._.   K. ol   K. 4 S.
J   11   SCOTT. M, ol t,
Cbc ADaiMhcralb
Houses To Let
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET—Near Campbell
Avenue. Kiuht Rooms anil Huth. To rent from November 10th, ut $25.00 per month,
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET—Near C. P. R. Shops
Five Rooms md Bath. To rent ut $15.00 per month,
Immediate ocoupation,
HOUSE ON THIRD STREET Near C. P. R. Shops
Seven Rooms. To rent from Ootober 24th, at $25,00
per month.
luu    PARTICULARS   APPLY  TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
14EA1    I -IA I I ,   llll,   I IRE   AND   \C( IMA I    INSUK W I
t.ike these oases and are not
equipped to handle them. Institutions other than quells Bhould be
established by tbe Provincial Gov'
ernmenl for the treatment of such
The world's gold outpul in 1008
was $436,000,000, or slightly inure
thnn was produced in the Ien years
ending with 1899. since $1900
the world has produced more gold
than in the three and a half centuries from the discovery of America to the discovery of gold in
Cnlifornin in 4849. Finally, since
lsllti, the world's gold money has
been expended from $4,400,000,000
to $7,500,000,000. The result of
these; factors, according to Frank
Fayant, a Tnited Stales writer, on
the financial and economic questions, is that there has heen u
stupendous expansion of industry
ind trade throughout the world.
NEW NATIONAL INDUSTRY
\\*e are glad to see the Dominion
(iovernment taking steps to establish hig shipbuilding works in
Canada. With its great maritime
coasts and inland lakes Canada
ought to he the lending maritime
nation of tlie world The present
proposal is to grant a subsidy to
the company for two dryelocks
amounting to $250,000 per year for
fifty years. Tbe gross amoiint to
In- paid will be thus increased from
f 1,800,000 to $12,500,000. This
amount is arrived at by askitiR for
•in annual bonus equal to four per
cent, of the entire capital invested,
The- plant in Levis, it is estimated
will cost $3,750,000 anil the St.
John plant $2,500,000. Vancouver
and Prince Rupert will be future
sites of similarly great works.
Buffered, she jtistilie- militant
Indies by saying, "All great movements hnve been worked out by
violence. The American people
Been red iheir liberty by violence."
she iiliuin have added: " And so
did the English people." lt is
easy to be shocked nt militant
Bllffrttgette tactics; bill what less or
what else would in ii hundred years
hnve made Equal Suffrage the live
issue it bas become in the course of
a few months, by llie heroic iloiiiK,
being, and Buffering of English
women whose courage nnd endurance is n reproach to Englishmen?"
.-
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<ATI l: HAY, SOV.
Ilu i'.i
Hersl : remarks:—
" The B. i boi . ire ntee of
" ■'■■'"' 0 .-. mile lor BOO miles to oi e
railway company almost muk'-.-
Alberta'e .---lent legislation look
small."
I seph Martin, formerly mir "Fighting Joe," who signs himself "Prospective Liberal Candidate fur Fast St.
Pancras." write- to The London
Nati"ii un the questi in of "the Government and the House of Lord-.'
Mr. Martin .-ays "It in not enough
to he ssti*lied with discrediting the
Lords, we must destroy tbem, and
destroy them now."
01 late there have been Heveral
sad cases at the city gaol, where
men who had been temporarily
deranged from excessive drinkinp
have been kept in the prison cell.-
because there is no other place to
jreat tbem.   The hospitals will not
BUY AT HOME
The Courier, of Unity, Sask.,
is conducting nn able campaign in
favor of home trailing against the
eastern department Btores
We believe that in  the majority
ofenses, sny-  the   (uurier,   those
who are donating  to  the common
interests of the mail order   houses.
do not review the peril of the situation.     They do not stop to think
that some day perchance they may
be  in business and tin' proposition
may confront them.    They  usi  thi
mail order bouses to  deposit   their
.-pare cash while the  home   merchants ;ii  the majority ni case
carrying   them    for    large    bills.
Shame on the unbusim
oils of some people little -' mpath;
ahould be awarded   them  if  legal
action were taken by borne merchants   to collect   accounts   and   n
.-iiuiilil be done to those who
the | eri. of the situation,
The   i Courier goes  on :-
I bere ,- not a merchant in this
tun h who' annol figure an
hill on a laving basis against the
mail order house. < iue never ha -
the pleasure afforded him of Beeing
tlour mul su^ar slii|i|ieel in. 'A
Bei ause the mail order houses
ci iid not lay llour or sugar down
in liu- '".'. i. uiyi here near the
liotii'- prices. It is a shame and a
disgrace to Canadian intelligence
to presume that the mail order
house is anything else but a farce
when it comes to equal value- and
any material assistance in building
up the borne country."
RAILWAY     ACCIDENTS    AND
CRIME
The provisions of the criminal
code that make railway men crim-
innlly liable for railway accidents
is a sore point with railway men who
are usually reliable and careful.
Railway accidents are probably
more often due to mechanical or
track defects or mistakes than to
any act, responsibility for which
can be directly placed on lhe employees. Yet under the code these
employees can be arrested and
treated as criminals, and, though
acquitted on trial, they may be
put to much personal expense and
humiliation in defending themselves. We are therefore glad to
see Judge Latchford taking abroad
view of the law in this respect, and
in fact registering his disapproval
against it.
Justice Latchford, addressing a
Brantford jury that beard the case
of Joseph McGuire, a former Grand
Trunk fireman, charged with criminal negligence and neglect of duty
said he would never send a man
who wns not n criminal to associate
with criminals unless the offence
wns of an extraordinary nature.
That judge's sentiments will be
re-echoed by all whu know theii i Ilic ul lies and responsibilities of
railway wurk, and should go a long
way towards having this feature of
the criminal code modified in accordance with the vigorous protests
the railway organisations have
registered against it.
(iOoO  ROAItS
There   is   nu feature of  government administration  mure important to the Revelstoke district than
good   roads.      To   -ecure these, a
■ omplete change of public policy ;-
required.    Instea I   I m .,-    ueing
squandered fur political party purposes road lines should be laid out
by competent men who understand
;      .-,!•--        Pul ..'    ten Ien
■.       tnd tbe       tracti
el   to   the   lowest   te
led he is       -     ibli and
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how fur all
public expended       As
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carried ■  ruling
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V. M. C. A.
Successful Hallowe'en Mystery
Social.
Tliu mystery sucinl held in connection with the ". M. C. A., on Monday
night was a great success, the hall
heing orowded in spite of the had
weather. The programme waa largely
made up   ol   instrumental   selections
hy the ha net.
Messrs. Sutllierg and Slat.tery gave
violin ruins, I-'. Lefeaux contributed a
■eleotion', a glee waa given hy the
yutiiig people under thn leadership of
Miss Oreightnn,
The spectai'iilar feature of the evon-
in>! was the maroh of the hoglos, when
thirteen young people dressed in
sheets, masked and with lanterns on
their bends, produced a weird and
striking Hallowe'en effect   A  pleasing
feature was iiiucaiupuf fortune tollers,
MeHilanies lUolntyre aud Agiu-w acting the parts to perfection, while their
teepee in une corner ul t he hall was
excel let 11 ly arinngt il. Tliu ilecurat iuns
oonsisted ol black oats, lanterns etc,
The wholo entertainment passod off
splendidly,
Special Theatrical Attraction
Opera House, Revelstoke, Tuesday
evening, Nov.'.Ii.li, 1909, 0. A. ijuin-
tard submits Horlense Nielsen, America's greatest emotional actress, supported hy Nut val Macliregor, the
well known Slmkesporian netur, of
international renown, and ber famous
New York Company, presenting " A
Hull's House," Henry Ibsen's masterpiece, the play that thrilled Vienna,
Berlin, Paris, London, St. Petersburg
and all the larger cities ol the United
States, having Iuul a run of nearly a
year at the Bij m Theatre, New Y'ork
City.
"A Hull's Huuse," as presented by
the Nielsen Company, is indeed elaborately and superbly produced, having
played to capacity houses wherever
produced We wish to call the attention of the theatre patrons of Revelstoke to the exceptional opportunity
Afforded them to witness thia great
play ol plays.
The   management  of    the   Opera
House are   to   be   congratulated  in
securing such a high class production,
and   especially  us   presented   hy  the
| Nielsen Compmiy.    We trust that our
j theatre   patrons will   apprecinte   our
endeavors in their behalf  by  patronising   this   pioduction   of   "A  Doll's
j House."     It wns  alier  considerable
j trouble that tr__| management secured
|the Neilson Ccrrap ny to stop uver at
Reveii-t'.ke, and   we   trust    that   uur
theatre will le taxed to capicity, and
frum repurts received our wich will  he
gratified.      Tlmse whu lave witnessed
' this play havi uutliing but the highest praise am  c iiuuents  and vote it
une grand success.
It ib absorliugly interesting ai.d the
I characters as portrayed by the entire
company are humanly presented.
This will lie no doubt the greatest
and   grandest dramatic treat that we
have ever bad ihe pleasure to witness-
The Hurteusf Xeilson Cu. stop over
st Revelstoke on   -. tieir   way   to   the
Coast tu   begin   their    'Tour ol   the
World," and tin.-,  exceptional  opportunity uow   presented    to   Revelstoke
theatre patrons should  under no cir-
cumstHiio-s be missed.
No'i     Th- 11- rt-ns'  Nielsen Co. is
.   ■ ,       n.i.me not  satisfied
can li. ■   ' ■■ ■    refunded
• 'i  "''    50c, at '1 26c,
,'.i.
M I      I'.l   Ml  VI .
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Relative to the conversation between
W. W. Foster and myself some time ago at the Big
Eddy Mill, when I made an enquiry as to being-
naturalized and placed upon the Voters' List. It
is my recollection that Mr. Foster told me that a
residence of twelve months in the Province would
qualify any one to be placed on the List provided
they were citizens. This is evidently the conversation overheard by Mr. Farvolden, and he construed the twelve months clause to refer to naturalization. As a matter of fact my application for
naturalization was made out in town some time
afterwards.
I solicited Mr. Foster in the matter and
he did not introduce it to me.
Yours truly,
F.  W.   HESS.
THE BLACK HAND GAME.
Thu three Italians accused of being
concerned in the bold up of Salvatore
Sanzone on the Dundee road, Hamilton, Ont,, a few weeks ago were tried
before Judge Snider.
Tlieir names were Oarmelo Colombo,
Drnest Bpersnza and Samuel Wolfe.
The must, damaging testimony was
given by John Oourto, who swore that
be had heard the three prisoners say they would write a letter
to Sanzone demanding $1000, and
Inter saw the letter written The
epistle was mailed hy Ouurt. The
arrangement was that Sanzone was to
give up the money on the Dundaa
road. Sanzone repeated the story he
had told at the preliminary hearing.
Baveral witnesses, including the detectives who took p'irt in the arrext of
the three prisoners, told the story of
how the biack banders were en rapped.
Judge Snider sentenced them to ten
yiars each iii the penitentiarv.
Newcastle, Pa.,—Rocco Racoo, alleged leader of a lllaek Hand organ-
ization and convicted ol the murder of
H.'Ie'' Houk, a slate game warden, was
h inged here.
How Does That Strike Vou
No matter what you wart
in the nii'.it or fish line if
you get it Irom us you can
be sure the QUALITY IS
GUARANTEED.
Nave you tried our Shamrock Leaf Lard ?
P.BURNS&CO., LTD.   Phono 21
MQRAL1SMS
WOMAN'S FRANCHISE
Referring to the women's franchise movement in England, the
Financial Chronicle, of Montreal,
says:
" Mrs. Pankhurst has earned a
warm welcome from the women of
tbis continent who think with her
imiii perhaps even more from thosn
who dont) by what she bus done,
what she is, and   what   she   bait
C. P, H, Enterprise
It is ii"t for  ■ ■   id]
posed that the Canadian Pacific Rai!
way Company i-. ntemplate the erection ufa million and » quarter dollar
bridge serosa tbe Saskatchewan river
between Edmonton and Strathcona
fur the purpose of reaching t,he city of
Edmonton alone. Tbere is a far
bigger scheme behind tin enterprise
hi.'I it has been revealed by announcements which have just been made in
VViiiiii|iei(j. The pioneer tranaoontl
nental railway company of Canada do
not wish to be behind tbel rivalsand
are uuw shaping their plans to pone-
trato the rich country of the Athabasca and I'nace rivers, anil lima huilel
a. lino tn tlm Coast by the way of the
Pine River pass, almost directly east
in the mountains from Prince Rupert.
Herald       rh<   govern
menl baa   11
Itillt-d   an   editor,
to all  tie sh
}„■ editor
i    (toff,     !'•■'-
i   | .,- .I  haa !"■' :,
giving tl 'i   Idvocati   '   b,
ii    .     iri     f   Re
-
tried t" monki .  »ith
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tt • ratea
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• _ .      .   jhl    from  tbi      '    i.y
bford into ' I  s lianda,
i .- evidently  pleased
si. iir.-I'- -   Christmas
, ... .,-,■-   (il    . little
(1,000 tow j rdi    i    ties
tht -' capital e
....   ,- it  i    lite
ment. and       ■  itmaa 11 8  "'-''
CAMBORNE
t    ' - ing        iii"   report   "f    ibe
pupils ol '   unborn'- Public   aoho .1   fur
the monl h of I lotoberi—
Highest iverage percentage obtained
in  nil   Hie   branches  ot  study—Olive
Abbey, 82,
Least absent nm! tardy marks—
Percy Otto anil Will OttO equal, Rest
general COndllOt, Mildred Bl ury.
For Fall Planting
Bulbs from the Best European
and Japan Growers.
Hume grown Iruit and ornamental
trees, grown on upland soil without irrigation in the only part nf
the American continent not infested with the Sun Jose scale—
Garden, Field and Flower seed—
Tested stock from the best growers in the world—Wire fencing
and dales—Spray pumps, Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Cut Blowers,
Bpraying materials, etc.—White
liibur unly.—New In7 page Cnla-
loguo fri"
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   It. C
B-ancli Nursery      -      South Vancouver
FOR RENT
Sin.ill  House iii Suitable
I .' ii aliull.
$15.00    PER   MONTH
FOR SALE
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The Vernon fire showed the need
if our
PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER.
I he best safe-guard in which you can invest.     liven- hotel should
be fitted will, these „s a matter of  safety  to occupants. '   Uverv house
sliuulil nave uue on its roof.
U Only 45c. a foot.    Sample on view here. #
I S. cTWcMAHON'S BLACKSMITH SHOP 5
# Revelstoke, B. C. i
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
f-ailiiii-e : and Impioved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Largo Sain pie Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Residi
Building   Lots
,nul   At reage.
Money to Loan
Industrial  Stocks
For Sale
POR PA HTMTI.ARS APPLY TO
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street
CEMENT BLOCKS
MninifiicturmJ for nil QlaMM of   huildiugl
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
fur sale in large nr small qaaqtittei
nt the lowest prices for rayh.
All klu'JH of building mid plastering
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kinds neatly  carried  ou
Bicycle and Cun wurk a specialty
Estimates gfven on any clasB
of work.
Front    Street. THE MAIL-ITE1ULD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
en
Steel Range
t*p?
'A'/.'
The Kootenay
broiler and
toasting* door is
very spacious.
Large enough
for a feed door.
Free Booklet
on request.
Turn
button to
open clean-
out door. Use
scraper and
pan, and flues
can be
cleaned
out in
a minute.
JLAiUTiS
For Sale by BOURNE BROS.
Northern Okanagan Poultry
Association
Second
ANNUAL SHOW
Dec, 8th, 9th, 10th
Lots of Competition. Lots of Specials. Lots of the Glad
Hand to Strangers. We want to Meet you and will
Extend you Every Courtesy.     Send   for  Prize   Lists.
H. E. WABY      J, C. ENGLISH      B. BRUNDISH
President. Secretary. Asst. Secretary,
Government Sale of
Acreage at Point Grey
At Vancouver, B. C.  Nov. 15th
Point Grey is Vancouver's future "West End"
and this is the chance to buy from a responsible party
(the Provincial Government) and on Easy Terms, a site
for your future home.
The Acreage; will bring at auction. I expect.
Three Thousand to Five Thousand per acre for very
choice locations, the si/.es of blocks can be seen by
referring to the Government Maps, which 1 will send
to those desiring them. Tlie price may seem high,
but when mie studies the location and remembers that
Five Thousand Dollars will not buy a sixty-six loot
lot in Vancouver's present "West End," it is obvious
that by purchasing now Irum the (iovernment, on easy
terms, and ai a low rate ol interest, the investment is
of tlie very best. Remember the terms -Quarter
Cash, and the balance in three equal payments in one.
two and three years, with interest on unpaid balance
al the rate of six per cent.
I shall be pleased to purchase lor those who
cannot attend the salt:, charging as my commission,
Five per cent on purchase price. Remember the time
is short and any who wish to get in on the ground
lloor must write me at once, arranging ihe amount oi
acreage they require and the mode of remitting purchase price. You have three years in which to pa)',
and by that time Point (irey will be the desirable place
to live.
Write .it once to:
ANDREW E. T. LIDDLE,
P. 0. Box 137, Vancouver. B. C.
Address of 800 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver, B.C.
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, li.c
S|it'i-ial Attention given tu coiniuen-iiil
men and tourists, I'lrst-clitss sample
lo'iiiis. I'iiiei-t scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lako,
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Oash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
MINISTERIAL MEETING
l "ht un:" ! rrom I'uk-o Olio I
expressed to Iiini Unit lie should have
in the executive ut  lhe  Citv   uf   Vic-
toria a representative from ihi- llislrict, it ivas the greatest event thai
ever happened in the- history of lhe
riding when he could telegraph to the
people here and tell them their member was made a minister of the Orown
and he thought thut there would he no
happier man than Mr. Lindmark and
he was sorry he did nut appreciate the
importance of the presence al the
council table of their representative
Hon. Thos. Taylor. .Many thought
ivhun Mr. Taylor was given that position! the duties would In- too arduous
for him, but they had met with the
tnuHt agreeable disappointment when
ii was fi iuul Mr. Taylor was one uf the
best and most i llieiet't ministers of the
I'rmi n ihey bad bail in the province.'
(Clioers), Tbere was nut a man in
Kevelstoke whu knew Tom Taylor and
who meant to bs fair, bul admitted he
Bhould he proud uf his record and of
the responsible   position   he  held   in'
British  Columbia.   Let tbein  understand one another.
They went intu Ibis  contest  un the
25th with .Mi Taylorasstandard bearer
of ibe present administration, representative of the Conservative party,
and with Mr, Lindmark iu opposition j
to the administration and in  opposition to Mr. Taylor,    A titan could not
he   conservative,    independent   ninl
liberal,    ll is impossible to be all these
things ami to be them efficiently and
honestly.      However,   Mr.   Lindmark i
hud ti certain tusk to do  nnd   the  responsibility was on him, and while  he
might be given an opportunity to do
this it would be their opportunity on
Nov. 25th.   They were not ready for |
any   experiments   in  Kevelslnke just
now.   He was quite satisfied  the well
drawn   lines   of    political   conditions
which had done so mucb for Canada
would be ie good enough precedent for
the electors  of  Hevelstoke,  and  thnt I
they Would show the  people  uf   H. C.
this constituency   was   true  to  Hon.
I'hotnas  Taylor (cheers).    What hnd j
the Minister of Public Woiks dune in i
any   case   that   he should  deserve at
the hands of the Liberals and Social-!
Ists any condemnation at the polls on
Nov. 25th?   He hud left  nothing undone to serve i his constituency honor-!
ably and faithfully in lhe interests of
Conservatives,   Liberals and Socialists,
alike in the council  halls at   Victoria
and   he  hoped   that   when   the   polls
closed   on   Nov.   25th   Thus.    Taylor
would again be the favored one in this
constituency.,  -Vs to Mr. Kempster he I
bad a habit which several  people  had
iii H. C. of always  getting into these J
elections although Mr. Kempster knew
no good would ceime of il.    If he anel
his supporters were serious they wuuld
not have pressed themselves forward
this eleotion.    The  Socialist   was  not
so anxious  to  see  the time  when lie
would bave to pack his grip and innke
for other scenes to earn his livelihood.
They   might   make   sume attempt tu
show that the interests of labor were
safe only iu tbe bands of the Socialists
but the Conservative  party  was  the
great   party   which   had   given  them
fair play,   which   had   meted   out  to |
them a square deal.    He hoped, however, Mr. Kempster would have a guod !
time, (laughter).    Ile   wondered what
hnd become of Mr. Lefeaux, who told :
them all about tbe price of eggs and
butter (renewed laughter),   lie hoped
the responsible position he iben filled
in the constituency wuuld be well and
properly filled by Mr. Kempster.
Imii-the past six years he had been
often asked, "Why don't you build
some railways? Why don't you encourage competition against the C.P.
K,f lie bad replied lhat the proposition was one whioh must be can-fully
examined, but he did nit propose to
submit auy railway policy until he
was assured it was made on business
lines, thai ii. would be handled by a
respunsil le company, that it would be
a great benefit to the cuuntry, and
that it wuuld mark a period of progress and development far above lhat
which marked the completion of the
C.l'.K.: that would benefit lower B.C.
and open up millions of acres of land
iu the north. He was satisfied tbat in
hi* agreement with the C.N. H. and
Keith- Valley railways, be was able
lu give tu the people uf H. C. u business like proposal with a reputable
corporation, and if they failed lu agree
with him then the rejection of a pro-j
posal thai would   secure   to   them this i
great railway was tbeir fault and not i
bis. Then be should feel thai  h<- hud
gune as far as he could   lu   keep faith
with the people of liritish Columbia, I
and if liis. policy were endorsed he would i
go ahead with   the  construction  uf the
railway as rapidly  as conditions warranted.     Mure railways were absolutely es- |
seiitial tu keeping   puce   with tint times. |
Rather than go without the construction
of railways he would prefer to step down
down and   oui.   ns   a   minister   uf   the
cruwn.    They   bad   been   setting   tlieir
house in urder.    Tlie  lirst question was,
who were the C. N. R.?    They came   to
hitn   with   n   character    thnt   was  al-
ready well Touched   for,    and thei- were
doing business   with   every   province in
the Dominion   save   Prince   Kdward Island ami New Brunswick.     The statutes
of Canada   wuuld   show   they   had been
recipients ol very generous subventions from the Dominion, as alsu from
the provinces of Manitoba, Alberta,
Saskatchewan, Quebec ami Nova Scotia.
The came iu them with a reputation
«. cond to none.
iu- complained ol ihr   Victoria Time, !
cutitrolled by Hou. Senator Templeman;
opposing the C. N. R-, while nt Ottawa
Mr. Templeman held up theC N. H. ns
a reputable system. The agreement
which would in- submitted to parliament
ii'iulil be such as would leave uo suggestion of experiment or risk within the
question. In entering into an agreement
with the C, \. K., II. C mis fortunate
ill being able to profit by tbr experience
of the C. N. R, with the provinces which
were tlieir near neighbors. It wns fortunate they could pick up the laws of
Manitoba and find word for word the
contract they proposed to enter into.
Some might sny tlmt sub-ventions lo
Railway companies were not right. J, j.
Hill had expressed himself to this effect,
and he heard Sir Thomas Shaughnessy
expressing to a large gathering his
opinion that the time had gone by when
the province of Uritish Columbia should
give aid tu additional railways. They
could not see eve to eye with Sir Thomas.
Hi- believed that the time hnd gone by
when lnnil grants and large cash subsidies should be given, but the bargain he
proposed did not give any of tlieir land,
bui simply the endorsement of tin- prov-
to the bonds for Jl years, the province
lo hnve n first mortgage on tin- road ns
well as the guarantee ol the whole system of the C. N. It. as security lo hold
the province harmless from any claim un
the province un account uf its guarantee
"I these bonds. Then the province
would have control ol rates so far as that
•oulil be given outside the powers ol the
Railway Commission. Then the proceeds of these bonds would be paid into
tbe provincial treasury and would nul lie
paid uut except un the certificate ul a
qualified engineer that the value for the
money could be found along the line of
the road. The railway company were
compelled tu purchase in the province
all their supplies which they could procure at ;is favorable prices as elsewhere
and they were bound not to employ mn
Asiatic labor-tu employ all white people.
The road was to be commenced within
three months of the assent to the bill
and completed within four years. The
company was also bound to put up securities lo the extent of half a million dollars for the fulfillment of tlieir contract,
tie compared this contract with a former
one with the C, N. R. which met the
most bitter opposition belore the local
legislature, when fur n hundred days he
and 1-1 others fought that bill till the
government of the dav was forced to
withdraw it. and prevented from giving
away large areas of cruwn lands and
money to have the C. N. K. come into
Uritish Columbia. Thnt proposal was to
give them 20,000 acres ol land per mile
nnd _t.suuii cash per mile in additiou, lie-
sides exemption from taxation for 25
years. Me remembered that Iheir ex-
perience with land grants had beeu sore
and bitter, und he wns able to show instance after instance where the giving of
land grants had failed tu bring abuut
the development of the country as parliament hail expected. The most valuable assets tbey had were clown lauds.
.Speaking as their trustee nt Victoria,
what a change was this bargain which
1„. hu<l submitted to them as compared
with that presented to the legislature in
190.. when they were getting the sume
results without the cost of one pennv to
the legislature or oue acre of land, or
any depreciation in the assets of the
country. This company owned 3,600
miles uf standard guage roael, was constructing 500 miles more and projected
JUKI miles more, so lhal they would
within lour years have over 60UO miles
of railway to pick up tbe business that
would all gu uver the railroad which
tbey proposed to build through Uritish
Columbia and wbicli warranted profits to
such an extent that not one copper uf
the treasury would be involved. Manitoba, Alberta nnd Saskatchewan had
never paid a cent, and vet had secured
for their people lowel rates nnd mure
competition.
Why was it that Revelstoke was a town
of 5000 people when it was the- proud
boast of its inhabitants that it had lhe
resources behind il to justify 25,000? Ik-
would tell them. It was because they
hail no railway competition, no opposition. In discussing tile matter with Mr.
Mann he said, while Ihey were dealing
only with the main line in this contract
they would be prepared to consider fair
and reasonable guarantees for branch
lines, and he was there to tell the people
of Kevelstoke that the proposal to have
the Canadian Northern extended down
Canoe River to Revelstuke, and Golden
bad already been discussed mid wns n
proposal McKenzie St Mann were ull x lull-
to tnke up and deal with, Mr, McKen
/.ie was very heavily Interested in the
Columbia Biver Lumbei Company, al
Golden, and thoroughly knew the coun
try around Revelstuke, Hig Bend, Arrow
Lukes, Kootenay and Gulden, nml when
they Iuul lin.illy discussed this proposal
he snid "l want ion t" consider the
guaranteeing uf uur bonds to enable us
to build down Canoe River and lo Golden because we nre satisfied there is
business waiting us then-. He wished tu
In- clear that just so suun as the C. N. R.
hnd completed its line in Vancouver nu
arrangement would be taken up tu have
tin-in build down lhe Columbia river to
Revelstoke and Koolenay mul the Okanagan valley. Premier Roblin, ol Manitoba, hail wired him "Mr. McHride your
country is to be congratulated on such a
bargain." Construction ot the C. N. K.
between Manitoba and the Great Lakes
had trebled the population ol Manitoba,
given the people heller rules and better
wuges.
Mr. Campbell, attorney-General, and
Mr. Rogers, minister of public works
of Manitoba, con finned that statement,
nnd declared the policy that bad brought
ibe Canadian Northern Railway inin
Manitoba had been ilu- hesl thing that
hnd ever  happened   thai   province.   If
m?
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KK\ M.STOKK  |)|S1 RIOT
BRIDGE     COLUMBIA     RIVER     AT
REVELSTOKK
Notice is hereby given Mint, in eontpli-
fince with Section 7 ol Chnptcr 113, Revised Statutes of Oanada, 1.06, pi.ms antl
description of a proposed bridge over the
('olumbia River at Revelstoke in lhe Province of British t'olumbia, have been for-
warded lor deposit wilh the Miuister ol
Public Works and a duplicate thereof lias
been deposited in Ihe office of ihe Registrar of Deeds al Nelson, and Lhat al the
expiration of one month from this dato the
Minister of Public Works tor the Province
of liritish Ool um bin will make application
lo lhe Governor General for approval
thereof.
Dated al Victoria, 2isl Ootober, 1909.
I\ C. GAMBLE,
oc 23 Public Works Engineer.
NOTICE
Revelsluke Land District,
llislrict of West Kootenay.
Take   notiee Hint   I, Al. K. Lawson,
of Hevelstoke,nee 11 put inn housekeeper,
Intend to apply I'm permission to purchase the followiug ileseribeil Ininls:
Commencing al a poet planted al
the southeast eorner of Lot .stills and
marked "M. IC. Lawson's northwest
corner post,'' ihence In ehains souths
thence 10chains west; thence20chains
norih; thence 20 chains oast; tbenee 20
chains norlh to line of Lol Stilts; tbenee
along said line to place of commencement.
I NNIL  Iv. LAWSON.
Dated Sept-, 7th, 1909. sep 8
FOR SALE
A Hal! Safe
An Oak Standing Office Desk
A Roll-Top Desk
A Long-Carriage Empire
Typewriter.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY  TO
Tin; MAIL-HERALD Ollice
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
l ntler .New Management
E.    G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and   Furnace   Work
WORK   SHOP
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
LAND FOR SALE
Seven and a half (7J) acres of good
land m Malakwa, H.i. Terms cash
$3150. Five acres of guud fruit laud
and '-. acres Brst.class vegetable land.
One hundred fruit trees; balance of
land easily cleared.
Apply for particulars to
J. H. WoOLSKY,
Malakwa..IS. C
NOTICE
Kevelslnke Lund District,
District of West Kootenay.
Take nolice thai Nels Bud ine, of
Trout Lake, B 0., occupation Miner,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
chose the following described land:
Commencing at a poat planted on
the north shore of Trout Luke hetween
llnskiiis and American points and
about four miles from the toot of the
Lake and marked the S. li. corner
post, thence 20 chains north, tbenee
20 chaina west or to Lake shore, Ihence
following lhe Lake shore lo point of
commencement.
Locateil this 2M\ day of August, 1909.
sep 8 OOd      NELS BODINE, Locator
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN TirlE WETTEST WEATHER
V*. NOTHING EQUALS
-X.CWERS
^■ff/BRAl©
WATERPROOF
OILED
^-'GARMENTS
T j THEY LOOK WELL
MK  WEAR WELL and
B5&
***? x WILL MOT LEAK
SOW BY BEST
XWU OAIIHN O'ilO ClOTHIHC Ca.u- Tg'-IIO (lit
INVEST
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhal one month
after ilate I intend to apply to the Superintendent ol Provincial Police for a renewal of my hotel license in sell intoxicating
lupin,- uinler the provisions of llie Slnluies
in that behalf in the premises known and
described ns the Koolenay Hutel, situated
at Bin-ton, B.C., l'or the half-year from
December ji>i,  1909, to June 30th, 1910.
Daled Oot. 23rd, 1909.
oc 23 nn        Stephen Podbibxancik,
A lew uf ynur space dollars un winter
Underwear, Clothing anel ll""'.- and
Shoes at John Bull's Sale. Most of the
summer goods ban- been cleaned uui,
ninl ihe new iall ninl winter goods ordered six ninl eight months from the
manufacturers are just coming in, all tu
be suid inr cash ut wholesale prices.
Such well known goods as Sauford's
clothing, Stanfield's underwear, Hell's,
Mcpherson's and other makes uf first
class shoes; all uf which must lie cleaned
uut by lhe lirst nf tin- new year. Are
yuu interested in saving money ? We
have lived up to what we advertised at
the start anil will continue to do so until the stuck is disposed ul.
JOHN BULL,
Kevelstoke, B. C.
FOR SALE
FOUR AORES.—Ground all cleared, fenced ami iu crop, laud 011
either aide, city water and light up
'." pruperly. Suitable fur urcbaril,
strawberry growing, poultry ranch
nr factory .-ite Area 111 _\ I chaini-.
Price $8U0.    Apply tu
H. SMYTHE
3STOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
Distriel "i Wesi Kootenay.
I'ake notice that Roderick William
Lindsay, ol Ferguson, li.t ..occupation
merchant, intends in apply for per-
mission tu purchase ibe ' following
.11-' rilied land;
Commencing ,-u a post planted un
east boundary lim- ol Lot 7805 about
1 ' hains inu ih ■ 1 Bouth-east corner nf
said lot, theuce east 20 chains, thence
north '_'" cbains, thence west 20 chains,
thence suutb 2 chains tu puint ul
commeucement.
Dated Oct. lib, 100H.
ALEX is'iu:i! M, K.w.
'":i" Vgent for K. W. Lindsay.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Luud District.
District of West Kuuienay.
Take uutice that Annie Louisa Cop-
Ian, nf Uniontown, Pennsylvania, u.
s.a.. occupation married woman, intends in apply im- permission to purchase the following described land:
Commencing at a popt planted al
the south-west corner of Lot 7WU;
ihence south 20 chains; thence east 20
chains; thence soulh 2u chains; thence
east 10 chains; thence notth 10 chains;
thence west UO cbains to the point of
commencement .uui containing 200
acres moi-e ui less,
Dale, September 27th, 19 '.'.
ocSo    ANNIE LOUISA OOPLAN.
TALES FROM THE GOLDEN WEST
NOW LASSIE
Kindly Gie Attention
'Till We Make Brief an' Hasty Mention
Of Sic' a Great an' Gude Invention
as
Golden West Washing Powder:
'Twill Save Ye Muckle Time an Splatters
An' Ye May Tend Ta Other Matters
While Bonnie Bessie Does the Platters:
It Clanes The Things Sae Eisily.
'Tis Only a Shilling The Three-Pun-Packet
An' Ye Mun See The Premiums. Lass.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ui Wist Kootenay.
T.i.- notice that Waiter 1''. Oonfarr,
uf   Winnipeg,   Manitoba,   occupation
printer, intends   to  apply for perm is-
-iun tn purchase tin- following describ-
. ed laud:
Commencing .11 a post planted at
Uu- re-entiaul south-west oorner of
Lot TUT".'; thenee wis, in chains; thence
suutn 4u cbaius; thence east -lo chains:
thence north 40 chains to the point ol
commencement, and containing 100
acres, more uv less.
Hate Sept. -Till, I'.' ','.
oc no   Walter p. confarr,
rTTANTED  -A   iiiiu   10   nuIk   Iwo
it     i-ows.     .\-   p lyineul    lur   the
work   .1  1 1111.-!u-1   room,   light   and
water will b given five.     References
.    , ' re'.     Apply K. T  Mnil-Heiald.
: TTTANTED-At City  Until, iwo ex-
tt     perienced   waitresses,    Wages
s:m p 1 mouth.
iriOR   SALE—One large  Oak Side-
'     board, and one medium sized coal
stove,   in   g I   condition,    Applv at
Mail Herald ofllce.
w
ANTED- A  stenographer, apply
llup'-li ti li.uik nt Can,id. 1.
WANTED—Lady as mother's help
imi mul,-i 2.",. English preferred
Apply staling particulars to 1312 Haio
Stitei. Vancouver, uuv32t
1 inn SALE 288 ii.- facing Ragle
V It ver. .Sicamous, lin,- lim bei .md
Mill, pi 11 '■ .Si.1" p-   v .i-l 1.    Apply Iv
A. II 111.-. Foi; ^t.. Vn im ia.   nuv 3 mi
1 heese! cheese! cheese! nil kinds of
cheese, plain cheese, Stilton cheese,
McLarens cheese uml Lfmberger
cheese. Jusl new in this week. 0. B<
Hume und l'".
The Kootenay cnal fields alom- are
capable uf yielding ten million t-iis uf
cual a year fir seven  thousand years
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CLEAR VIEW ADDITION
REVELSTOKE
Auction Sale Nov. 17th
Commencing at 10 a.m.
^m
Continued un i'nMC Four
Ul
mmn
Location-On Bench north of main line of
C.P.R. and overlooking city.
Advantage—Free from North and West
winds in winter, clear of snow in spring before
the rest of the city. Terms 1-3 cash, balance 4
payments, 3, 6, 9, and 12. Plans and other information can be had from
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, LIMITED
aaa THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
Scotch   Whisky
The Maturing Process.
Everyone knows tlial whisky, no matter
how good, no matter huw carefully distilled.
must possess age in order to be palatable.
An unmatured whisky, even though distilled Irom the very best barley, is harsh to tbe
taste— bites the tongue.
It is nut, however, so generally known that
in order to properly mature Scotch Whisky, it
should be aged in Sherry wood.
Distilled in the Highlandsof Scotland, from
pure, malted barley, Wat9on s Whisky is stored
for years in Sherry Casks and the capacity of
our warehouses i- such   lhat   we   never   lU'CU   to
withdraw any I r shipment  unlil  we are quite
sure it is matured to ilia' degree ol "mellow
ne?u" for which "in  brand is famed.
Insist     o n
Watson's
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ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $ i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ^LBlTiIRT     STOISTE      PROP.
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
St. Boniface College, which is situated across the river from Winnipeg, in the city of St. Boniface, is directed by the Jesuit Fathers, ll lins
four courses ol studies, a Course in Arts (four year), leading in B.Ai
degree in the University of Manitoba; a Grammar Course (three
years), preparing for Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.i a Commercial Course (two years), leading lo a diploma of accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), lor the
benefit uf those whu are not sufficiently prepared for the Grammar Course
and the Commercial Course. Tha Commercial Course is conducted in
English, and in all the other departments there arc Iwo parallel courses
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Students arc accepted eithei as boardersi A,y scholars, or half
boarders, For prospectus and particulars apply to REV. FATHER
Rector, St. Boniface College. St   Boniface, Man.
Tbe College reopens Wodnesday, Scptembei i. al 7 p.m.
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Corner Third 5*s. Campbell Ave.
REVELSTOKE    ^
Horse-Shoeiog & Carnage Work a Spmlig
Always The Leaders
Fit-Reform Garments are the
recognized   leaders  of fashion.
Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats
stand at the head of all high-
class hand-tailored garments for
gentlemen.
Fit-Reform   style,   quality,
workmanship       jf&Qf,
and  value  are
st,u everywhere
mr. ,tmAj , 111
»i»i»$» acknowledged
the best. M
Manitoba had prospered  as the result of
the advent   of   the  Canadian Northern,
how mu b mure would British Columbia
prosper from the   adoption   of tbe same
railway policy?    The guarantee of Manitoba was nut   confined   to  the province
itself but   extended   to  the great lakes
300 miles beyond  its   eastern boundary.
Just look at these  results  in   Manitoba,
that did not own   its   laud   ns tbey did,
didn't own   its   timber   as tbey did, did
not own its mines asthey did—just think
ol the little   province guaranteeing  the
Canadian Northern   railway   <l.i,000,000
which bad since been extended to $20,-
958,000.    Why were they afaraid?   They
had faith in this  country and its future.
They   knew   great   productiveness   and
development   wuuld follow,     Let them
take a lesson  from   Alberta,   which had
backed up the  Grand Trunk   and Canadian Northern tu the  extent of >29,000,-
nun.    Where   could   ihey   __.ct   .1 better
system, a better  company, a better bargain?    Here was 11 linppj   and fortunate
circumstance that would  giye lo Canada
and i" the empire another transcontinental railwuj from ocenti to  ocean.   They
niiist imt lose sielu "I tin-Imi that while
the road   was   under   construction there
would I"  «mk lm    many   Hilling hands
to do,   and   that   on   a   standard wage
scale, while no   Asiatics   would be employed.   Their would In- lhe expenditure
ul   million-   ul   money    right   at    their
eloors,     The   road   would   cost   in   the
neighborhood of   _-.iu.uuu  a   mile and it
' would be necessary for   the   C. X. It. to
find iu lhe  markets  of   the world   the
amount over and   above   Iheir   grain tu
complete the road,   The (\ N. R. stood
high in the markets of  the  motherland
and the names "f   McKen/.ie   nnd Maun
stood   very   high   before   the   financial
authorities of Europe and America.   The
work will mean the expenditure of over
530,000,000    among   them   during   the
nexl four years, as well as all the splendid results they  were  entitled to expect
! from the completion   "I  the line and its
branches into the various industrial sections "I lhe country.    IK*put il i" them.
Dili they want another  railway?   Could
they get a  better   thnn   this   Canadian
line, managed in Oanaila   b\   Canadians
and traversing  entirely  Canadian territory?    If thej wenl so far witli him they
could ti"t fail on   N"v.   25th   u>   given
verdict in their   lnvr  that   wuuld mean
the immediate  construction   of this line
and give them some of   the benefits flint
had accrued to  the   people  of   Alberta,
Saskatchewan and   Manitoba   frum tbis
i great railway system,   and   the competition, fair and equitable rates and efficient
' domestic policy that  went along with it.
either   essential   things   that   it   was
found the people  required   wuuld be in-
corporated in the agreement,  as  fur instance where bridges   were   built provision would be made   lur vehicular traffic
1 the   government     paying    the   extra
L...., ","l  i-li-n   " ..it,-i.,
[extra bridges, asinstanceel by this defect
at this point in the agreement with the
C. P. It. Tlieir population, instead of
I being thousands will be millions The
growth uf 1>. t'. under the C. I'. It. was
far from what they had .1 right to t-x-
I pect He hoped t" have some share in
the consummation "f this great bargain
which he had submitted to them, so that
they might enjoy the benefits brought bj
the C. N. R to the provinces east of
them Mr. McBride then explained the
Kettle Valley railway agreement, which
provided f.-r 1 lubsid; ol 55000 a mile
i for li" miles, but which invoh •
completion of 260 mill - mnec-
ting the   bono lar    - ulwa     s; stem \ ia
' Pciif.rton with  the   Nicola   -
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be _.-■ ■ " in 'he f""!i -     et    ■' '
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the bonds of this company tbey wanted
to show then that they were bringing in
a railway tliat could successfully compete against ani uther road. The O.N.
It. route the Vancouver for iurtance was
230 miles shorter than the Grand Trunk
to Prince Rupert, They had therefore
a railwav which was in a belter position
to handle the traffic than any other road,
lur grades were what counted.
Now as to paralleling the O, P. U.,
ihey knew they were not satisfied with
lhe freight rates given by the C. P. li.
It had beeu a question of discussion for
many years that the C. P. lt. were not
giving the freight rates they should
give, but unfortunately for tbem the
present railway commission bad no
jurisdiction over tb C, P. R. until the
directors paid a ten per cent, dividend
on the cost of the read. The 0. P, It.
directors wuuld take guud care that ten
per cent, was never paid su that the
railway commissioners had no control
nver tln-ir rales, Their rates then could
be forceel down in "nl.\ one way, and
that was In competing lilies.
He contended lhe resull "I lhe construction ol ilu- C. N. K., would force
the 0, P. 1!. i" reduce liieir rales t" the
same as lhe C. P, It. In case $21,000,
000 might seem rather .1 large sum he
might, as minister ol finance, because
he was lioth thiit and sltoriiey-general,
show them lhe burelen could be wifely
assumed without injur) t" the finances
of the province. They had two blocks
ul liitiil al Prince Kupert and Point t'.ii-i
that could In- sold for -13, ,000.      The
debl of the   province   had   been reduced
from sl 1.198,000 lo   S9.208, '. nnd ilu-i
had ill tbe Canadian Hank nl Commerce
at Victoria, j>4,346,000 on fixed deposit
at 3 per cent , sn that the net debl of
the province mis onh 55,062,000. He
ridiculed Jnhn Oliver's railway map.
In regard t" local option they had de-
cieleel lo .nn m the people on this matter
tn urder to find out tvhelher lhe people
were in favor of the law,
They bad arrangeel for separate ballot
boxes mi polling day aud n special ballot
for yea or nay.    tf 50   per   cent,   of the
IN OTICE
Take notii • that 1, H. J. La Brash,
of Nakusp, intend applying to the
superintend! ut of Provinoisl Polioe at
the expiratio 1 of one month from date
hereof for 11 renewal oi my hotel
license for tin premises known as tbe
Hotel Grand it Nakusp.
Dated Oct llth, 1009.
H. J". LaBkash.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to maki
application to the Superintendent nl
Provincial Pulice for a transfer of retail liquor license ot the Lurdeau Ho
tel, Comaplix, now he'd by me to R
XL. Evans.
Dated Sept. 29th, 1909.
Jos   Dumont.
NOTICE
Take notice that one month aftei
date we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for permission to transfer licence now held
by us for the Lakeview Hotel, Arrowhead, 10 Chapman & Irwin,
Dated Oct. 1st, 1000.
net 2 Im       Plumton >v Chapman.
NOTICE.
Take Notice (hat I Iutend to make
application tu the Superintendent ol
Provincial Police for a renewal of my
retail liquoi' lieense for the premises
known as the St. Leon Hotel, St. Leon
llol Springs, li. 0., for the half year
iioiii December81st, I0OB,
M. GRADY
October 10th, looo.
NOTICE
Take Nolice that we intend tu make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of out
retail liquor lieense l'or the premises
known as the Leiand Hotel, Nakusp,
ti. C. for the hall year from December 81st. 1900.
OGILVIE A: MoKlTRIOK.
October Hill), llHlll.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1853
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
lias 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
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upbulsttired in ht^li grade silk, or
damask, with frames that, are in every
ounceivable design, ant mado to wear
indefinitely. We have nany new and
beautiful parlor self and odd pieces lor
beautifying the home that arc tasteful, effective and inexpensive, nnd wil
show your rooms to the best advantage.
Jit HOWSON * CO.'Y.
NOTICE
Take notice that Id I days after dale I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
nl' Provincial  Pulice  for a renewal uf
votes polled were in   favor of such local I the retail liquor license  I'm- the Union
'Hotel,  Arrow-head, B.C., for the half-
' year from December81st, 1900, to June
option they would introduce a bill. Ik-
rtrte.i'i-d the action nf tin- Grand Trunk
Pacific and tht- Dominion and ilu- I'liivineial governments iu regard in the
Indian reserve at Prince Itupert, and
claimed credit fm- lhe provincial government fur the manner in which they had
protected the interests nf tin- province.
He eulogised the action nf lhe government iu ibe interest nf white labor as
provided in the railway agreements, lie
condemned lhe action uf Mr. Schrieber,
deputy minister uf railways in stating
the Grand Trunk could nut be completed
in a reasonable time, unless they could
get Asiatic labor, and contended Mr.
Schrieber as deputy minister, spoke fur
the Liberal guvernment at Ottawa,
Mr. Watson—Do you say that Mr
Schrieber is Deputy Minister?
Mr   bowser—Yes.
The speaker then referred to the fight
between the Provincial and Dominion
Governments over the water riirhls in
the railway belt.
Someone sent up a note to the speaker
and Mr. Ilowser said he found he was
mistaken in referring to Mr.Schrieber as
Deputy Minister -that he was mih the
engineer—but he said it wis all the
I. .mir.
Mr. Taylor was the most capable and
industrious minister who bad ever held
office at Victoria. 1.cheers) His own
position was as strong at Vancouver
that il he v"t b.uk "iilv two days before
the election tbat was all that was re-
quired "f bis presence there to ensure
-.lu- return "f the si,lid (ive. He appealed tu Hevelstoke t" sland b\ them as
before -ni the 2-th.
im the call "I Police Magistrate Poster  three   cheers   were   given   lur   the
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Dated October 18th, 10IIH.
OC 20   llll W. .1.  l.llillTltl'HNK.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd.
are disposing of their entire Stock :it a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry, Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
THE MINES
A wn- ui r. ad   is    being constructed
[romCresI  n to the llivonne oamp,
Venn, lion     Forks     M ining    Co.,
.   expects    in   two   months'
lelivering  cnal in Hedley
by tin- . irlosd,
'■ it I uui."I  i'   being driven
by tbi   Vlalsspius   Mine,  company on
Its propertj   mi   rexada island,     Tie
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Sole Agents in Revelttoke.
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linril will, ii||(, and 1,1,Ids .M littnd
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TORONTO
NOTICE
Take notice that 110 days after dale
we intend to apply to the Superintendent eif Provincial Police for a renewal
of ilu- retail liquor llceusefor the Lake-
view Hotel, Arrowhead, B.C., for lhe
hill-M-ai Iioiii December 81st, 1000, to
J iiiiii' 80th, 1010.
Dated Ootober 18ih. Mill.
0,1 18 lm Chapman fi Irwin.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 80 days
alter date 1 intend to apply In the
Superintendent of the Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license for the Queen's lintel, Comaplix, B.C.. for the half year from December 31st, 1000. to June 30th, 1010.
Dated October 18th, 1000.
oc 20 lm J. H. Youno,
NOTICE
Take nolice lhat I intend luapply to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police l'or a lenewnl of lhe retail liquor
license lor lhe Koolenay Hotel, Din Inn
Citv, H.C, fnr the half-year from De-
cumber 81st, 1900, to .lutie .'loth, 1010.
Dated October 18th, 1000.
00 20 lm Wm. Lovatt.
NOTICE
Take nolice thai I intend In make
application tn the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Cily Botel,
at Arrowheail, 11.C., l'or tin- half-year
from December 31st. 1000, to J uue 80th
1010.
Daled October 18lb, 1000.
oe 20 lm .I11HN Caucv,
NOTICE
Take notice thai 30 days after date I
iiiiend to apply to tbe Superintendent
of   Provincial   Police for a renewal of
I be retail liquor license fur the Halcyon
lint Springs Hnlel, Haley,,11, II.C., for
the half-year froin December 31 d,
looo, to Juno 80th, 1010.
Daled October 18th, I0OII.
00 20 lm H. MlllNTOSll.
NOTICE^
(Take not ice tli.it 311 days after dale I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
f Provincial Police for a renewal nf
Mie 1-,-tail liquor license for Iho Hotel
Beaton, at Beaton, B.C., for the half-
year from December81st, 1000, lo June
loih, IIIIII.
Dated Ootober 18th, num.
II 20 lm A iiii 11 it Kvans.
NOTICE
Take noli '<> Hull 30 days afler dale I
lit'-lid In apply In lhe   Siqn-i inlendi'llt
ui Provlnolal Police for. a renewal of
tin retail Ihiiior lieense for the Eva
II I.   Camborne, B.C.,   I'm- the half-
,,-,,, from Decemlier81st, Unio, to June
Kith, 1010.
Rated Oi tolier IHth, Hum.
...   '11 In, .Iiiiin A. TllKW,
NOTICE
Take noli"' lh.it 30 days afloi dale I
1 iiii Iii apply to the Supi'i inii'iidi'iit
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Revelstoke Fiour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties, Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELSTOKE    IB.  O.
NOTICE
Take nolice that 30 lays after dale I
intend to applv to Hie Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Reception Hotel at Oamborne, B.C., Inr the
half-year from Decembei' 81st, 1000, lo
June .Kith, lllll).
Dated October 18th, 1000.
oc 20 lm Coin' Meniibnick.
,1 Provincial Police torn renewal
1 he 11 1,nl liquoi license for 1 ho Liu-dcai
Hotel, I ' in pi". It I'.. I'm- lhe hull
V.-ill   lr  D, 1 i-li.bi-l  Hist, IIHI'.I, Ii, ,1	
with mm.
Dated OctoliPi 1Mb, IIXKI
jyi 11
If.   ,\|.   I'll   IN-.
NOTICE-
I ake i,"in '- lhal SO day. alh-i 1I.1I1
h .- intend t" .pply to I he Supi'i Inlein
hnl nl Pun im id Police I'm n lenewnl
a 11..- retail llepmi license for 1 ho (line
lei  l|..i,~.   lm tin-   h..11 win   In,1,>   I	
iiiiiei Isi, 1000,   in .lun" HOth, 1010.
Date d H'lnlii IHI ti, 1000.
„ 211 lm 0. P. Uv. Co.
NOTICE
Take unlit'" lhal 80 duy- after date I
111I1 lid 11, apply In   tho Supel iill elldl'llt
of   Provlnolal  Police for  n renowal ol
Mi.-1 it nil liipini lii"iis" for the Criterion
Hulel nl < '.iiiiIkii in-. B.C., lur the half
year from Decembei 81st, 1000, In .Inn,'
With, loin
Daled Ootobei 18th, imm.
m--_jo im i-'. T. Abbot,
NORTH VANCOUVER
When you  visit   the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop  at  the
NORTH VANCOUVER HOTEL
PHTii LARSON, Prop,
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisine
48a31 Delightful Scenery
EXAMINATION FOR INSPECTORS
OF STEAM BOILERS AND
.MACHINERY
Palace Restaurant
McKenzio'Avenuo
Kiuil, lliiiiilies.JCigitrH.'I'oliiiceo.
Meals A!) cunts.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
HALF A LOAF
IS BETTER THAN NONE
Iiul bull a Iuul nl I.mul manufactured hy the Cily linkery
goes further and is mure rutin
lying thnn n whole hnl nl ordinary bread    There is a  ronton,
qualily 11 lis in I be imii lilncllire
nl uur superior bread we UBe
exclusively Kohin llnid Flour,
which   jh the highest grnde 01
Hour on the iimrkel.. Wo Holicit
ynur piilronuge, give un a trial
City  Bakery
W. J.CARLAND
THK HOME   Of  OUUD  BAKING
Examinations for the position of
Inspector of Steam Boilers and Machinery, under the "Steam Boilers Inspection Act, 1001," will be held at the
Parliament Buildings, Violoria, commencing November nth, lOtlO. Application and instruct inn tortus oan be
had on application lo the undersigned,
to whom ibe former must be returned,
correctly filled In, not later than November lat, 1000, Salary, $110.00 per
month,
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspootorof Machinery,
0027 New Westminster, He,
TENDERS
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
I'eutlers will bo receiveel between Noi
ember 71b and 151I1 by the Cily of Itevel.
ntoke forthe fallowing described tvorksi
1130 feel wooden pipe continuous slitvu
in place. Concrete dam, and gat,- holme,
containing aboul 5000 yards) four opening',.
fm Specifications, plans ami form of
lender, apply belwecn above dales al lhe
niliccs ol tin- undersigned al Calgary nud
Vancouver, and to lho ullice of Ihe City
Clerk at Revelstoke,
Rids will be received nl nni'c for supply
of 4000 barrels of Portland cement lor the
above wurk; prices lo be I-', O, H, RevelBtoke, The |owesl bid or lendei noi necessarily accepted,
SMITH,   KbRKi   ft OHACK,
tSngioeers,
Winch buildup, Vancouver. B. C, THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Our facilities for handling Mine and Lumber
Camp supplifes are unequalled in the interior.
Goods packed and parcelled by experts to ensure
safe carrying and packing.
Settlements would do well
to bunch iheir orders.
HUMES  SPECIAL
Saturday Nov. 6
ISSUED   EACH   SATURDAY
Saturday Nov. 6
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens
of Revelstoke and surrounding* towns and settlements.
Our aim to place before the buying public the facilities
of our Department Store.
With our cash carrier
system and new bookkeeping and office systems
we have eliminated the
mistakes incident to a
large business.
Fruits and
Vegetables
New fruits always
interesting. Get in
touch with our Gro-
cery Department and
let them talk to you
about your Fall and Winter fruit supply. We have
large quantities in store and are prepared to attend to
your wants. Vegetables have been an exceptionally
tine crop this year, it will pay you to lay in supplies
of Potatoes, Turnips, Cabbage, Celery and Onions, all
new, all sound, all stored under hygenic conditions.
Fancy
Groceries
Pure Ontario Honey
in the comb, 30c, 1 lb.
glass jars 20c, \ glass
jars 30c, quarts jars 85c.
nnil 5 lb. pails $1.25
Crosse & Blackwell's
Marmalade in 111), glass
jars, 25c and 30c, -1 lb.
cans 60c and "lb cans
tl, in Orange, Lemon,
Pineapple and Quince.
Crosse _____ Blackwell's
Jams and Jellies in lib.
glass jars, 30c, 41b. cans
80c. and Tib. cans $1.25
and $1.50, in Strawberry,
Raspberry, Apricot, Plum,
Peach, Red Currant, Blk.
Currant, Greengage and
Gooseberry.
Two carloads of apples
just unloaded, made up
ol all varieties for cooking and eating. Fall
anil Winter apples, ali
good keepers, $2, $2.25,
and $2.50 per box.
Always a full stock of
Hour on band: "Robin
Hood" in 501b. and 100
lbs., "Rovul Household"
in 50 lbs." and 100 lbs.,
and "Drifted Snow" flour
for pastry in 101b. and
501b. sacks.
Fine Teas
This list will be appre
ciated by the housewife :
Nagisaki Tea 25c. lb.
Woodcroft 40c. lb.
Orange Pekoe 75c lb.
PACKAGES
Ben Hur lib. 40c.
5 O'clock  Ub. 50c, 51b.
at $2.25
Salada lib. 50c.
Blue Ribbon in Ub. 25c.
lib. 50c.
Liptons Ub. 25c, lib. 50c
Tetley's Jib. 25c, lib. 50c
Ram  Lais Ub. 25c, Ub.
50c, 31bs. $1.50, 51bs.
at $2.50.
Ridgeway's Old Country
lib. 50c, 5 O'clock lib
60c.
Japan Green Tea lib. 50c
Galtfleece
Eiderdowns
•Warm, lleecy materials for
Kimonas, Wrappers, Dres-
ing Sacques, and Gowns;
pretty and dainty colorings,
double fold goods, extra
wide, at per yard
Ripple $1.25, Plain $1
You can be comfortable
and stylish too—
Get away from the old idea that negligee garments do not need to be stylish
and form-fitting. You can get style and
fit as well as comfort and testiulness in
^-^ EIDERDOW^
Garments for Wo:"c:i
Each garment is cut to pattern and carefully
made.    1 here is a perfect fit for you —
Specials for Men
Coffees
Santos 40c. lb.
Our Own Blend 45o.
Mocha and Java 50c.
Chase   it   Sanbtirns  lib.
cans 50c, 21bs. OOc
Coffee  Essence in  5 oz.
bottles 35c
Green Coffee 50c. lb.
Hosiery Specials
Children's 2-Ribbed all wool Cashmere Stockings, a lovely warm hose, all sizes
35c. per pair, or Three pair for $1
Children's plain Cashmere   Hose, sizes 5 1-2 to 7 1-2, an imported English stocking
35c. per pair, or Three pair for $1
Ladies ribbed wool hose, fine, nicely made, sizes S 1-2 to 10, a very special line
35e. per pair, or Three pair for $1
English Llama Cashmere Hose, purest wool, full fashioned, Ladies sizes, S 1-2 to 10
At per pair 50 cents
Boys' Worsted Ribbed all   wool  hose, the   "Maple   Leaf   brand,  a  standard make,
better to wear, sizes up to 6 1-2 35c. up lo 7 1-2 45c. up to 10 60c.
Art Sateens
A lucky purchase brings a  bargain  to   your hand in these lovely art sateens in 1909
colorings  Dutch   Blues, Sage, Greens, Cream. Wisteria, with lovely spray patterns at
Per Yard 25c.
A Rainbow Colored Lot of Dress Materials Sacrificed
Get yours. We have no dressmaking department so have our Fall purchase of Dress
materials. If you relieve us of them you save half the price. We have collectt'd all
(iur $1 goods on to a counter and made the price    50 Cents
MUSLINS —Not seasonable, but the price attractive and you may have use for them.
A lot of Hair Cord Muslins, Checks, Spots, and l'iain Lawns, worth 15 10 25c, you
surely have a use for them at Per Yard 10 Cents
GET A WARM WAISTCOAT—These swell Jaeger Knit Waistcoats are classy stuff, besides look at the
comfort you get out of them. Pure wool knit hack and
front; catchy colors. We have one for you, $4.50 to 8.50
PURE WOOL SWEATER COAT, Jaeger knit.
That November wind will lose its sling it you wear one
of these Sweater Coats, we have theni $4.50, $5, $5.50
CHRISTIE'S FEATHER WEIGHT STIFF HATS
can only be bought from us as we have control of this
famous English line. A special 1909 model that only
weighs 2| ozs.—the lightest hat made—at only  $3.50
HOSE—Heather mix per pair 35c, Black worsted
rib 35c, Dark grey Jaeger pure wool 45c, English worsted black, beather, and grey, special, 3 pair for $1, or
35c pair; Heavy German sox to wear with rubbers $1.
Men's all wool Mitts 50c, Hand made wool gloves
75c. English "Excelda" handkerchiefs 3 for 50c. or
20c eii'jh. Carss Mackinaw Coat $5.50; Mackinaw
Punts $3.75; Shirts $2.50. M-n's Jaeger slippers $1.75.
Clearing a  standard line of   $4.50 to $6 boots at $3.75.
Twentieth
Century
Brand
Overcoats
The new Prussian
ulster, exactly as it
appears in the cut.
An immensely popular coat for the present season. It combines the chief characteristics of being
neat and modish without tbe clumsy and
freakish features of
past seasons' models.
We have them in
plain cioths, "tripes,
dark grays, browns—
and don't forget that
grays are right up to
the minute. They
come in light and
heavy weights at
$2100
Carpet and House Furnishings
We aim to supply nil the wahts of our customers. We make sure of your satisfaction by selling
only such makes as we can fully recommend. You have a room or two to brighten up, come have
a love feast with our RUGS and PIECE 'CARPETS, new and attractive designs in Axminsters,
Wiltons, Velvets, Brussels, and Tapestries; also Reversible Wool Ingrains in piece and sejuares.
Some lines We Can Put Money Back in Your Pocket in the Saving We Can Render You.
SPECIAL SQUARE.—Heavy Seamless Velvet Rug, rich Oriental colorings, size 9 x 10 ft. 0 in.
An interesting bargain at   $22.00
Nairns Scotcli Linoleums, printed or inlaid. Our Expert can lay these down in your rooms, no
extra cost to you, for as low as, per yard 65c
BISSEI.'S CARPET SWEEPER—No Duiting— No Stooping—No Weariness. The only Mechanically Perfect Sweeper Made.    These lire a better investment than bank interest at     $3,25
A COMPORT SALK THAT MEANS MUCH TO THK PURCHASER!
The Mnisb Laminated Cotton tilled Comforts. The wonderful loftiness of this Comfort is at once
appreciated, No Lumps. No Thin Spots. The Comfort that gives WARMTH WITHOUT
WEIGHT.    Endorsed by medical science,   (let one at $2.50
You spend one-third of your life in bed. Why not be comfortable. Sleep on a Health Mattress.
We have them so cheap that there is no excuse for you to be without one, at $3.50
il
Show Me," Millinery Department
Here you are then. A lot of odd shades of Silk Velvets for Millinery Trimming
and fancy work, worth $1.50 per yard, going your way at.  per yard 75c
RIBBONS REDUCED.—An overstock in Ribbons causes the slump in price.
Buy these new 1909 ribbons, colors all proper, width 4 and a half to 5 and a half in.
40c and 45c ribbons for, per yard 25c
These Felt Flops ought to-Flop out of the Millinery Department at the price reduction.     1909 colors at a $1.50 or $2.00 Flop  for 85c
THE BABIES—BLESS THEM, Here an- While Bear Bonnets. Tarns and
(Japs for them at a considerable price saving. They sold from $1.25 to $3.00
apiece, your choice of a table of them for, each 75c
HAVE VOU BEEN PREVENTED buying your Fall Hat till  now?     If so,
here is a compensation in the price. A table of Hats, each with the regular selling
price ticket on them. Look at the Ticket, prices $5,50 to $'1.50. Well you can
buy one at $3.90
La
Telephone Your Orders
Mail Orders
Send the   Children  to the
Store
Ask to have  Our City Tra
veller Call
KXM>CK THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
Scotch   WhiSmky
The Maturing Process.
Everyone knows tliat wnisky, no matter
how good, ti" matter how carefully distilled,
must possess ttf/c in order to be palatable
An unmatured whisky, even though distilled trom the very best barley, is harsh to the
taste- bites the tongue.
It is not, however, so generally known that
in order lo properly mature Scotch Whisky, it
should be
:ie ageJ in Sherry W""-i
.Sl-
Distil
eil in the
pure, malt
ed barley,
tor years
n Sherry
our wareh
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withdraw
any (   t   9
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which out
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Watson's Whisky is stored
(.'.asks    and the capacity ot
uch   tbat   we  never  need to
hipment   until   we  are quite
to  tha'   degree
brand is famed
if  "niello
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MINISTRML MEETING
il.'uuliniieil trom Tana Tlirnol
Manitoba bail prospered  as the result of
the advent   of   the  Canadian Northern,
how mu h more would British Columbia
prosper from the   adoption   of the same
railway policy?   The guarantee of Manitoba was not  confined   to   the province
itself but   extended   to  the k'reat lakes
Iiui) miles beyond  its   eastern boundary.
| Just look at these  results  ill   Manitoba,
\ that did not own   its   land   as they did,
didn't own   its   timber   as they did, did
not own its mines as they did—just think
of the little   province guaranteeing  the
Canadian Northern railway 515,000,000
which hud since   been extended to S20,-
958,000.    Why were they afaraid?    They
had faith ill ihis  country anil its future.
They   knew  Kreat   productiveness   and
1 development   would follow.     l.ei ihem
! take a lesson  from   Alberta,   which hail
', backed up the  Grand Trunk  and Canadian Northern to tbe  extent ol >29,00O,-
00(1.
Where
system, a belt
K.iin-    Here w
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compui
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a better bar-
mil fortunate
ye lo Canada
Watson's
THREE STAR"
•'NO. 10"    Muil-b
A milil. tlinrnu|(My matured Sc
ulied, richly tUvorea Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
and to the empire another transcontinental railwaj from ocean to oceun, They
must not lose sight "I lhe fact that while
the road «,i. under construction there
would be work for many willing hands
to do, ati'l that "ii ii standard wage
scale, while no Asiatics would be em
ployed. There would be the expenditure
ul   nulla
doors.    The   roi
neighborhood -»f
would be tleces:
f    ill-
in
ri.ehl   iit
1    would   cost    i:
.-.in.ono   j   mile
for   the   C. X.
their
Uia
md it
lt. to
find in llie  markets  of   the
amount over and   above   Lltei
complete the road.   The (\ >
1 high in ihe markets of   the  i
ami the names of   McKenzie
stood   ven    high   before   tin
i-orld tbe
urant to
. It. stood
totherland
and Mann
financial
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rate; $i a day.    Monthly rate..
j.  .a.:l.:b:h]:rt    stchstie    peop.
f
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
Sl,   Boniface College, which
peg. in the cily ol St. Boniface, is
four courses ol studie
degree in  the Univer
s situated across the river from Winni-
lirecled by the Jesuit Fathers. It ha-.
i Course in Arts (four year), leading to B,Ai
y of Manitoba; a Grammar Course (three
years), preparing for Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.: a Commercial Course (two years), leading lo a diploma of accountant, and a Preparatory Course nun years), tor the
benelit of those who are not sufficiently prepared for the Grammar Course
ami the Commercial Course. Tha Commercial Course is conducted iti
English, and in all llie other departments there  are  two  parallel courses
...i .....
Sic
an- accepted  eitbe
boarders.      Foi   prospectus and   purlieu
Rector, St. Boniface College. St
boat .lei -.  il iv
iholios,   or  half
ars applj   to REV. FATHER
Boniface, Man.
The College reopens Wodnesday, Septembei I, ill 7 p.
<T
authorities of Europe and America. The
work will mean the expenditure ol over
530,000,000 among them during the
next lour years, as well as all the splendid results they were entitled o> expect
front the completion of the line and ils
branches into the various industrial sec-
lion- of the country. He put it to them.
Did tbey want anolher railway? Could
tbey get a better than this Canadian
line, managed in Canada b\ Canadians
and traversing entirely Canadian territory? If they went so far with him thej
could not fail "ii N'ov. 25lh to give a
verdict in their favor lhat would mean
the immediate construction of this line
iiini give Ihem some of the benefits fhat
had accrued to the people of Alberta, I
Saskatchewan and Manitoba (rom this
ureat railway system, and the competition, fair and equitable rates and efficient
domestic policy that went along witb it.
Other essential things that it was
found the people required would be incorporated in the agreement, as for instance where bridges were built provision would be made for vehicular traffic
the   government     paying    the   extra
id
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Corner Third 5?& Campbell Av
REVELSTOKE    ^
Harse-Stiaeiog <t Carriage Worka Sperialtg
Always The Leaders
Fit-Reform Garments are the
recognized  leaders  of fashion.
Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats
stand al the head of all high-
class hand-tailored garments for
gentlemen.
Fit-Reform   style,
workmanship
and  value  are
everywhere
acknowledged
j cxtr.'i bridges, as instanced by this defect
at this point in the agreement with the
C. I'. II.    Tlieir   population,   instead of
I being thousands will be millions The
growth "I B. I'- under the C. P. It. was
far from what they had   a   niiht   to cx-
i pect     He hoped to  have   -ome share in
I the consummation of this great bargain
which he had submitted to them, so that
I they iiiicht enjoy the benefits brought by
tin- ('. N. K to the provinces east of
them Mr. McBride then explained the
Kettle Vallej railwa; agreement, which
provided for a subsiely of 55000 a mile
(nr 150 miles, but which involved the
c ■■:■ leti ti of 260 miles of road onnec-
■ ■•:. thi       an lary   railwa;    system via
I Penticti
thence to the     1   . Theassistai
e form     I      ■ er   ei I   in
-     .   •;,,.
province of $21 the ter-
-
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es   and   would si
r»
the bonds of this company they wanted
to show then that they were bringing in
a railway tliat could successfully compete against any other road. The C.N'.
11. route lhe Vancouver for iurtance was
230 miles shorter than the Grand Trunk
to Prince Rupert. Tbey had therefore
a railway which was in a heller positton
to handle the trallic than any other road,
ior grades were what counted.
Now as to paralleling the C. p, H.,
ihey knew tbey were not satisfied with
lhe freight rates given by the 0, 1'. I!.
lt bail been a question of discussion for
many years that the 0. P. It. were not
giving the freight rates they should
give, hut unfortunately for them the
present railway commission had no
jurisdiction over th C. P. It. until the
directors paid a ten per cent, dividend
on the cost of the read. The 0, P. K.
directors would take good care that ten
per cent, was never paid so that the
railway commissioners hail no contt
over their rates. Their rates then could
be forceei down ill onli one way, ai
that wiis by competing lines.
lie contended lhe result "i Uu co
struction i>l tin C. \. It., would lm
lhe C I'. It. lo reduce iheir rales to the
same as tin U, P, It.    In case  $21, ,
ono might seem rulher .1 large stun he
might, ;is minister of finance, because
he was both lhat and attorney-general
sIiom them tin burden could be snfol;
assumed withoul injury to tbe li nances
of tin- province. Thei bad two block
ol land :tt Prince Kupert aud Poinl Gre;
lhat could be sold for S13, ,'"»'.     Th
debt of the  province  bad  been reduced
from .-11. lis.1-mm lo   -''.Jus,  ami tb
had in the Canadian Hank of Commerce
at Victoria, S4,346,00O 1,11 fixed deposit
at 3 per cent , so that the nel debt nl
lhe province was only $5,062,000. He
ridiculed Jnhn Oliver's railway map.
In regard to lucal option thei bad decided lo go to the people mi tbis matter
tn order to find out whether the people
were in favor of the law,
Tbey hail arranged for separate ballot
boxes on polling day anil a special ballot
for yea or nay. II 50 per cent, of Unvotes polled were in lavor of such local
option thei would introtluee a bill. He
miiiiiil the action of the Grand Trunk
I'acilic anil the Dominion and the Provincial governments in regard to the
Indian reserve at Prince Unpen, and
claimed creelit for the provincial government (or the manner in which tbey had
protecled the interests of the province.
He eulogised the action of llie government in the interest of white labor as
provided in the railway agreements, lie
condemned the action of Mr. Schrieber,
deputy minister of railways in slitting
the Grand Trunk could not be completed
in a reasonable time, unless they oould
get Asiatic labor, and contended Mr.
Schrieber its depute minister, spoke for
the Liberal government at Ottawa.
Mr.   Walson—Do   you   say   that   Mr
Schrieber is Deputy Minister?
Mr  Bowser—Yes.
The speaker then referred to the fight
between the Provincial and Dominion
Governments over the water ricdits in
the railway belt.
Someone sent np a note to the speaker
and Mr. Bowser saiii he found lie was
mistaken in referring to Mr.Schrieber as
Deputy Minister that he was only the
engineer—but he said it wis iill tlic-
lanic.
Mr. Taylor was the most capable and
industrious minister who had ever held
office at Victoria. '.cheers 1 His own
position was as strong at Vancouver
that if he got back only two days before-
the election that was all that was required "f his presence there to ensure
the return of the soliil five. He appealed to Hevelstoke to stand In them as
before on the 25th.
Oi  the call of Police   Magistrate  Foster   three   cheer-   were   civen    lor   the
kers,
3SI OTICE
Take notii - that 1, H. J. La Brash,
of Nakusp, intend applying to the
superintendi nt of l'rovinoml l'olioe at
the expitatio 1 of one month from date
hereol for 11 renewal of my botel
license (or tbo premises known as tbe
Hotel Grand it Nakusp.
Dited Oct   llth, 1009.
H. J". I.aBiiasii.
NOTICE
Take notice tliat I intend to maki
application to the Superintendent nl
Provincial Police for a transfer of retail liquor license ol tbe Lardeau Ho
tel, Comaplix, now he'd by me to K
\I. Evans.
Dated Sept. 29th, 1909.
Jos   Dumont.
NOTICE
Take nolice. that one month aftei
date we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for permission to transfer licence now held
by ns for the Lakeview Hotel, Arrowheail, 10 Chapman & Irwin.
Hilled Oot. 1st, 10011.
oil 2 lm      Plumton & Chapman.
NOTICE.
Take Notice tlutl I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of iny
retail liquor license [or the premises
known as lhe HI. Leon Hotel, Sl. Leon
Hnl Springs. B. 0„ for the half year
inmi December81sl, 1909.
M. GRADY,
October lllth, 11HKI.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATES 1853
Capital Paid Up $3,500,000
Rest Fund -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all tlie Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL UANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
--v   V...
IA'
NOTICE
Take Nolice that, we intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of our
rota!! liquor license for the premises
known us the Leland Hotel, Nakusp,
13. C. for the half year froin December Slut, 1909.
OGILVIE * MoKlTRIOK.
October 16th, Inon.
NOTICE
Take nolice ibal 80 days nflor date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for lhe Union
Hotel, Arrowhead, B.C., for the half-
year from December 81st, 1009, to June
30th, Ullo.
Dated October l.Stb, lllllO.
oc 211 lm W.J. Lliiii'i'iii'itNK.
I
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;-:fe.j/^''/'i'iV'L^'V-..iivv,
^b^^A'U-AH
A.^A'ft    ■■■■ OS.;';." .
Make Your Home Beautiful
with oue of our handsome parlor sets,
upholstered in Iiiiiii grade silk, or
diimaek, with fram. fl thai are in every
conceivable design, ami made to wear
indefinitely. We l.ave nany new and
beautiful parlor nete and olid pieces for
beautifying the home that are tasteful, fITective and inexpensive, nnd wil
show your rooms to the best advan
tage.
H HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
entire   Stock   :it a
It will pay you to
IHE MINIS
■
(, •
.,,11
nth
'
1
A wa-.- ci road ih being constructed
fromCreol n to the IIe von ne camp.
Ven lion Forks Mining Co.,
Prime' n, expects in two mouths'
1 mi s delhering coal in Hedley
l,y iin- carload,
A 5,0 m iei  i-   being driven
by tbi  Malaipiua   Mine*  company on
:   --p- rty   mi   1' xaila island .      Tl e
Kold   and   c ipper in Iii gli
NOTICE
Take notice that no days after dale
we intend lo apply to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of lhe retail liquor license for the Lake-
view Koiel, Arrowhead, B.O., for the
lnll-icui fiom Decembei-31st, 1909, tu
June 80th, 1010.
Dated October 18i ll, 1IK1H.
oc IS lm Chapman _& Irwin.
NOTICE
Nolice is hereby given that 80 days
after date 1 Intend to apply to the
Superintendent of the Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license for the Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, B.C.. for the half year from December 31st, 190U, lo June 30t b, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oc 20 lm J. H. Youmi.
NOTICE
Take nolice that I intend to apply to
the Superintendent of Provincial Police fora lenewal of the retail liquor
license [or tha Kootenay Hoi el, Burton
Citv, B.C., for ibe half-year from December 8l8t, 1909, toJuneSOth, Illlo.
Daled October 18th, 1909.
oc 2(1 lm Wm. Lovatt.
NOTICE
Take notice that I Intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
retail liquor license for the Cily Hotel,
at Arrowhead, B.C., for the half-year
from December 31st. 1909, to June 80th
1010.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oo 20 lm John Calkv.
KUwFtli
mr. temA,
IllblW
the best.
M
llelll
I
HANDKERCHIEF
BAG
FOR  $1.00
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agents in Revelstoke.
i io    I,
id Ion. I
I, |
the I I' ll
im i ighl i„
I In  i     I-   II
pt Hi   .1   lot   o
ing  up   the
e
.      Hid  , In o
li   'mn
- til   - Ini h lie would
aeleh ess l In
ill points nl till    i lil
.. ,   lhal   ni   pai il •
fl  had been twirl I ll
parallel    „,   existing
had done mui li.   anel   h h
urine. in the pa tl m open
iniiiiin       McKenzie    mil
Advertise in ttie Mail Herald for Results
M.inn laid the;   were   Imilrllng   ni
fi i i lilwii     imi poi es,   and   ill  ordei   |i
Opt i iti   llll in  HI   Bl Minimi ,ilb.     i .    posi I
ble the mn .i have the besi po i ibli
grnilet i lie < Irand Trunk Iuul ...a
ihen .'ia'le elown to one pel cenl, ami
lhe ('   N   II   bad i ^raili ol foui tt llth
Ol   less Ihni   a    half    ol    oue    pel'    i i nt,
When tin", were proposing to guarantee
T
I h if! i* onr r,f the ITl Oil useful
Itclff made     ripi-i mlly   for
  who trivelii   If is msdc
from ihe Andtl *i"*«hry ctll leathtr,
I 'I with silk, hn(1 hdl'ls 2\ hlf)d<
ken hiefv     Sent  pmfpfin]  tt,   my
i I !"   s     in     Cflltfldi       0XO6pt    Ihr
Yukon      upon    receipt    of    $1 IMI
Order hy the number    633.
SEND POR CATALOOU1   ft
Oui ktfldfomvly Mint ruled M* p««'- en Id
Indtifl   of   Diimofltlli   li-ivrlry. Hili rrwui i-,
I.CMlHtr    Aim Good I nnd Novrlln-t. fr*«
iii»hi rtqiifiii
RYRIR BROS., Limited
I S4-nH  YnriH" Slroel
TORONTO
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days after dale I
Intend to apply to the Superintendent
of   Provincial   Police for a renewal of
I be retail liquor license for the Halcyon
Hoi Springs Hotel, Halcyon, B.O., for
the half-year from December 31 <t,
loon, io .Inin- 30th, mio.
Daled Ootober 18th, 1900.
oo 20 lm      - H. Mi'Intiisii.
NOTICE"
|T'i\r not tie tbat 311 days after date I
intend to apply to the superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
iin- retail liquor license for the Hotel
Beaton, al Beaton, B.O., for the half-
year from Dei- I>cr3lsi, 1999, to June
30th, Illlo.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oc 20 lm Aiitiii it Kv.iNK,
NOTICE
lake inai •!■ lhal 80days afler data I
Intend in apply Ui Hie Siiporinlendunl
ni   I'mvinciai Police for, a renewal of
II . retail liquor license for the Bva
Ilm,-I. Ciniliniii.'. II.C, for the half-
year from December Slit, 1909, to June
null. mio.
Daled Ot tobei IHth, IIIOII.
,,i lsi im John A. Tiiicw,
are   disposing  of   their
small  advance on cost.
investigate  tlieir    prices   on    Diamonds,
Jewelry, Cut Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
Revelstoke Fiour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties,   Beans, Peas,
Barley,  Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B   PAGET
J. WILSON
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
RTEVELSTOKE    IB.  Cl.
NOTICE
Take notice that 80 lays afler dale I
intend to applv to the Superintendent
of Provlnolal Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Ueeep-
tion Hotel ai Oamborne, B.O., for the
half-year from December 81st, 1900, lo
June' 3111b, lllll).
Dated October 18th, 1909,
oe 20 llll ClIHY  MliMII'.NlfK.
EXAMINATION POR INSPECTORS
OF STEAM BOILERS AND
MACHINERY
NOTICE
Like iniin r thai 30 days aftor dale I
mil In apply to   tbe Hope] ill I el nliii I
l'im um nil  Police fori, renewal of
■ ni.nl liquoi license I'm t he Uirdeau
lil     li in .|'li'.    It I'.,   for Ibe bill'
,i fi  li. i .11,1,11 :;i-l, 1900, In .Inin
b.  1010.
I,ei   1Mb, IIIIIII.
I!. M, I
li I Del
i 20 lin
,\ \ s-
'lake
NOTICE.
thai 80 dm . iiiii
pply In Ihe'Supi
ill
.1.- I ii Lend I
bui of l'i m im ial Police fm ii renew
11 I be retail liqum   lii'i-ll-c fill' lho Old
,i   lb..i-i   bu lie-   h ill wai   limn    I lr
nil., i It. 1900,   tn June uoih, lino.
|li,l,,l (lilnl'l I    181 ll,   IIIIIII.
,i  .in lm ('. I'. 111. Co,
Iall
NOTICE
Take notice that 80 days after date I
ini,in I in apply to the Superintendent
oi Provlnolal Police for a renewal ol
i In-rei nil llquorllcenip fm the Criterion
Hotel nl   Caiiiboini'.   II ('.. for tbe half
year from Decembei Mint, looo, to .li	
miib, 1910,
Inned Ootober 18th, looo.
no SO lm !''■ Ti AlUIKV,
NORTH VANGOUVER
When you  visit  the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop  at  the
m\UW VANCOUVER HOTEL
I'l'.TK bARHON, Prop.
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisinc
ISi'" Delightful Scenery
Examinations for ihe position of
Inspector of Steam Boilers and Machinery, under the "Steam Boilers Inspection Aet, 1901," will be held at lhe
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, oom-
meiiciiin November 8th, 1009. Application   and   instruction   forms can be
bad on application to tbe undersigned,
In uliooi lhe former must In- rei iirnetl,
correctly tilled in, not later than November 1st, 1900. Salary, $110.00 per
month.
JOHN  PBOK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
ne 27 New Westminster, Hi'.
Palace Restaurant
r.TcKcnzic "Avenue
Ki ull, UanHleB,{0igan>,Tobaeeo.
Meals 'Ah cents,
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
HALF A LOAF
IS BETTER THAN NONE
lint bull ii loal <>( bii'iid manufactured by tbe City Bakery
BOOS lui I her anil is more Kalis
lyii'K I hull iiwb. le hnl of ordin-
Hry bread      Tbere  is  a   roalOP,
quality ii-lli In lhe mat ufaoture
nt onr superior bresd we use
exclusively Kobiu lined Klour,
whioh is the highest grade of
Hour nn the market, We solicit
ymir patronage, give us a trial
City  Bakery
W. J.GARLAND
THK HOME  OF  OUUU  BAKING
TENDERS
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Tenders will be recelveel between Noi
ember 71I1 and tjlh by ihe Cily of Kevelstoke fortlte following described worksi
1130 feci wooden pipe continuous slave
in place, Concrete dam, and gale house,
containing aboul 5000 yards; four openings,
l-'oi Specifications, plans ami forin of
lender, apply between above dates at the
offices of ihe undersigned at Calgary and
Vancouver, and lo the ollice of the Cily
Clerk al Kevelslnke.
Kids will be received al once for supply
of.looo barrels of Portland cemenl lor the
above work: prices lo be I-'. O, H. Kevelstoke.   The |owesl bid or tender not nee-
•ssarily accepted,
SMITH,  I
RRY k CM UK,
Engineers,
Winch Uuilduijji Vancouver, B. C. THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Our facilities for handling Mine and Lumber
Camp supplifes are unequalled in the interior.
Goods packed and parcelled by experts to ensure
safe carrying and packing.
Settlements would do well
to bunch iheir orders.
HUME'S  SPECIAL
Saturday Nov. 6
ISSUED   EACH   SATURDAY
Saturday Nov. 6
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens
of Revelstoke and surrounding- towns and settlements.
Our aim to place before the buying- public the facilities
of our Department Store.
With our cash carrier
system and new bookkeeping and office systems
we have eliminated the
mistakes incident to a
large business.
Fruits and
Vegetables
New fruits always
interesting. (let in
touch with our Grocery Department and
let them talk to you
about your Fall and Winter fruit supply. We have
large tiuantities in store and are prepared to attend to
your wants. Vegetables have been an exceptionally
fine crop this year, it will pay you to lay in supplies
of Potatoes, Turnips, Cabbage, Celery and Onions, all
new, all sound, all stored under hygenic conditions.
Fancy
Groceries
Pure   Ontario   Honey
.in  the comb, 30c, 1 lb.
glass   jars  20c,   ,! glass
jars 30c, quarts jars 85c
and 5 lb. pails $1.25
Crosse & Blackwell's
Marmalade in lib. glass
jars, 25c. and 30c, 4 lb.
cans 60c and 71b cans
$1, in Orange, Lemon,
Pineapple and Quince.
Crosse & Blackwell's
Jams and Jellies in lib.
glass jars, 30c, 41b. cans
80c and 71b. cans $1.25
and $1.50, in Strawberry,
Raspberry, Apricot,Plum,
Peach, Red Currant, Blk.
Currant, Greengage and
Gooseberry.
Two carloads of apples
just unloaded, made up
of all varieties for cooking anil eating. Fall
and Winter apples, all
good keepers, $2, $2.25,
and $2.50 per box.
Always a full stock of
tlour on band: "Robin
Hood" in 501b. and 100
lbs., "Roval Household"
in 50 lbs. and 100 lbs.,
and "Drifted Snow" flour
for pastry in 101b. and
501b. sacks.
Baltfleece
Eiderdowns
Warm, lleecy materials for
Kimonas, Wrappers, Dres-
ing Sacques, and Gowns;
pretty and dainty colorings,
double fold goods, extra
wide, at per yard
Ripple $1.25, Plain $1
fou can be comfortable
and stylish too—
Get away from the old idea that negligee garments do not need to be stylish
and form- idling. You can get style and
fit as well as comfoit and lestiulness in
ttCtffegce
SlOERDOW^
Garments for Women
Each garment is cut to pattern and carefully
made.    There ii a perfect fit for you —
Specials for Men
Fine Teas
This list will bo appre
ciated by the housewife :
Nagisaki Tea 25c. lb.
Woodcroft 40c lb.
Orange Pekoe 75c lb.
Ben Hur lib. 40c.
5 O'clock  lib. 50c, 51b.
at $2.25
Salada lib. 50c.
Blue Ribbon in Alb. 25c.
lib. 50c.
Liptons Hb. 25c, lib. 50c
Tetley's Jib. 25c, lib. 50c
Ram   Lais Jib. 25c, lib.
50c, 3lbs. $1.50, 51bs.
at $2.50.
Ridgeway's Old Country
lib. 50c, 5 O'clock lib
60c
Japan Green Tea lib. 50c
Coffees
Santos 40c lb.
Our Own Blend 45c.
Mocha and Java 50c
Chase  A   Sanborns  lib.
cans 50c, 21bs. OOc
Coffee   Essence  in   5 oz.
bottles 35c
Green Coffee 50c. lb.
Hosiery Specials
Children's 2-Ribbed all wool Cashmere Stockings, a lovely warm hose, all sizes
35c. per pair, or Three pair for $1
Children's plain Cashmere   Hose, sizes 5 1-2 to ; 1-2, an imported English stocking
35c. per pair, or Three pair for $1
Ladies ribbed wool hose, fine, nicely made, sizes S 1-2 to 10, a very special line
35e. per pair, or Three pair for $1
English Llama Cashmere Hose, purest wool, full fashioned, Ladies sizes, S 1-2 to 10
At per pair 50 cents
Boys' Worsted Ribbed all   wool  hose, the   "Maple   Leaf   brand,  a  standard make,
better to wear, sizes up to 6 1-2 35c. up lo 7 12 45c. up to 10 60c.
Art Sateens
A lucky purchase brings a  bargain  to   your hand in these lovely art sateens in 1909
colorings  Dutch   Blues, Sage, Greens, Cream, Wisteria, with lovely spray patterns at
Per Yard 25c.
A Rainbow Colored Lot of Dress Materials Sacrificed
Get yours. We have no dressmaking department so have our Fall purchase of Dress
materials. If you relieve us of them you save half the price. We have collected all
our $1 goods on to a counter and made the price     50 Cents
MUSLINS—Not seasonable, but the price attractive and you may have use for them.
A lot of Hair Cord Muslins, Checks, Spots, and Piain Lawns, worth 15 10 25c, you
surely have a use for them at Per Yard 10 Cents
GET A WARM WAISTCOAT—These swell Jaeger Knit Waistcoats are classy stuff, besides look at the
comfort you get out of them, i'ure wool knit back and
front; catchy colors,  We have one for you, $4.50 to 8.50
PURE WOOL SWEATER COAT, Jaeger knit.
That November wind will lose its sling if you wear one
of these Sweater Coats, we have them $150, $5, $5.50
CHRISTIE'S FEATHER WEIGHT STIFF HATS
can only be bought from us as we have control of this
famous English line. A special 1909 mode] that only
weighs 2| ozs.—the lightest hat made—at  only   $3.50
HOSE—Heather mix pe-r pair 35c, Biack worsted
rili 35c, Dark grey Jaeger pure wool 45c, English worsted black, heather, nnd grey, special, 3 (iair for $1, or
35c pair;  Heavy German sox to wear witb rubbers $1.
Men's all wool Mitts 50c, Hand made wool gloves
75c English "Exceldn" handkerchiefs 3 for 50c. or
20c each. Car^s Mackinaw Coat $5.50; Mackinaw
PiintH $3.75; Shirts $2.60. M-n's Jaeger slippers $1.75.
Clearing a  standard line of   $4.50 to $6 boots at $3.75.
Twentieth
Century
Brand
Overcoats
The new Prussian
ulster, exactly as it
appears in the cut.
An immensely popular coat for the present season. It combines the chief characteristics of being
neat and modish without the clumsy and
freakish features of
past seasons' moriils.
We have them in
plain cioths, ^tripes,
dark grays, browns—
and don't forget that
grays are right up to
the minute. They
come in light and
heavy weights at
$22.00
Carpet and House Furnishings
We aim to supply all the wants of our customers. W'p make sure of your satisfaction liy selling
onlv such makes as we can fully recommend. You have a room or two to brighten up, come have
a love feast with our RUGS and PIECE CARPETS, new and attractive designs in Axminsters,
Wiltons, Velvets, Brussels, and Tapestries; also Reversible Wool Ingrains in piece and sijuareH.
Some lines We Can Put Money Back in Your Pocket in the Saving We Can Render You.
SPECIAL SQUARE.—Heavy Seamless Velvet Rug, rich Oriental colorings, size 9x10 ft. 6 in.
An interesting bargain at  $22.00
Nairns Scotch Linoleums, printed or inlaid. Our Expert can lay theFe down in your rooms, no
extra cost to you, for as low as, per yard 65c
BISSEI.'S CARPET SWEEPER—No Duiting—No Stooping—No Weariness. The only Mechanically Perfect Sweeper Made.   These are a belter investment than bank interest at     $3,25
A COMFORT SALE THAT MEANS MUCH TO THE PURCHASER:
The Maish Laminated Cotton filled Comforts. The wonderful loftiness of this Comfort is at once
appreciated. No Lumps. No Thin Spots. The Comfort that gives WARMTH WITHOUT
WEIGHT.    Endorsed by medical science.   Get one at $2.50
You spend one-third of your life in bed. Why not be comfortable. Sleep on a Health Mattress.
We have them so cheap that there is no excuse for you to be without one, at    $3.50
"Show Me," Millinery Department
Here you are then. A lot of odd shades of Silk Velvets for Millinery Trimming
and fancy work, worth $1.50 per yard, going your way at.   per yard 75c
RIBBONS REDUCED.—An overstock in Ribbons causes the slump in price.
Buy these new 1909 ribbons, colors all proper, width 4 and a half to 5 and a half in.
,|oc and 45c ribbons for, per yard 25c
These Felt Flops ought to Flop out of the; Millinery Departmenl at the price reduc-    j
lion.     1909 colors at a $1.50 or $2.00 Flop for 85c   '
THE BABIES—BLESS THEM. Here are Whice Bear Bonnets, Tarns and
Caps for them at a considerable price saving. They sold from $1.25 to $3.00
apiece, your choice of a table of them for, each 75c
HAVE YOU BEEN PREVENTED buying your Fall Hat till now' If so,
here, is a compensation in the price. A table of flats, each with the regular selling
price ticket on them, Look at the Ticket, prices $5,50 to $6.50. Well you can
buy one at $3.90
Telephone Your Orders
Mail Orders
Send the   Children  to the
Store
Ask to have  Our City Traveller Call
An Electric Passenger Elevator is being installed
for the Convenience of
the Public
See Our Windows
Call and Inspect Our Goods
11 THK MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
BLANKETS.-white and grey-Pure Wool
This is the ,rd shipment this season direct from one of the best
eastern mills. They are noted for -their soft finish and being
pure wool.   Prices $2.25 to $9.00 per Pair
UNDERWEAR.-for Men. Women and Children
Warm and comfortable Underwear with n reputation for good
wearing and guaranteed unshrinkable,
NEW FURS:    All this season Furs, and a few very nice sets.
Om-   Mink   Set,   $00.00. Persian   Lamb  Set,   $75.00. Isabella   Fox,   $05.00
Isabella Fox Set at $3-5.00.      Marmot Sets from $12,00 to $25.00.
Separate Sloles, Muffs, Elc.    Ladies Coats and Skirls.
Millinery  arrives Dy  express  every   few  days,   keeping our stock new and  bright.
REID & YOUNG
LDCAl AND GENERAL
Phoenix will raise hotel liccnue fee
to J650.
Nanaimo baa shut down slot machines ami the dioe-box.
The Pythian Sisters will give a
dance- in the opera house. New Year's
eve, Dec. 'Al*i.
John Houston will shortly commerce tbe publication of the Tribune
at Fort George.
Be bum i-iil hear tbe big nu n at tlie
Laymen's Missionary banquet on
Wednesday uext at li.:iO p.m.
Bili Wilson, ui the Creston Lumber
Co., bas resigned bis position and will
cruise timber ior Geo. A. Laurie, iu
tbe Lardeau district.
Tbe Sunset says: "Hon. XV. J.
Bowser can count ou oue vote iu Vancouver—if be bas oue to cast—that of
Foiice Magistrate Williams."
K. M. R. Dance, Nov. Uth, King's
Birthday. Good time, good music,
and refreshments. Gentlemen $1 00,
ladies tree, extra ladies 50c.
Cornelius O'Halloran bas concluded
tbe sale of his ranch on tbe Lillooet
road to J. B. Tiffin ot Vancouver. The
price is stated to be  close  to $20,000
Friday, November oth, being Guy
Fawkee' day, tlie Loyal Orange Association will bold tbeir annual service
st st. John Presbyterian church, Sunday evening.
Oiving to our desire to give aa full
nnd   fair a report   aa   p esible ol   the
m uis tria Jnneting on Wednesday we
sre obliged to bold over till uext issue
a quantity of local news.
Tbe Rossland Miner thinks Mayor
Lindmark's plan of giving pizesa
co 'd one to promote tbe beautification
of tbe homes "I a ciiy and increase
interest iu home owuerabip.
A number ol lumbermen waited on
Premier McBride wheu here on Wednesday witb reierence to perpetuity of
timber licences, and be advised them
he would secede to their request. He
made an announcement to tbis effect
in closing his address.
At Toledo. Ohio, as a climax cf the
strangest of love tragedies Mrs. Mary
Smith, aged '23. was paroled on a
seven-year prison sentence, after confessing that she ambushed aud shot to
death her lover, tbe deed being done
by demand of ber husband.
The special numbers for tbe snug
service in tbe Ry. Y.M C.A. tomorrow
at 3:45 are a violin solo by Mr. Slat-
tery. violin and cornet duet by Miss
Byrd and Ur. Sawyer; vocal duet by
M'-.s- Byrd and Mr. Duck, Kvery man
invited tv hear and take part in the
tinging ,f tbe M s.ngs.
Meters. Green i Smith intend to
make the Hotel Allan, at Rossland,
tbe n.ost convenient mid I,..-t hotel in
•_... -, tenayi Ibey sre spending
between $6,000 and |7,000 in impr ve
ment- at present, and will expend
oontiderablj more before they will
bave tbe b tel in   what tbey consider
pr 'per ebapi.
I h-- lather wbo is "chumm) win.
bit i '•;.' gets '1 nn to tbat eager, on-
.   ing   n it en     " ■■    wul   • nd ei
plains ami encourages   doei u it need
■'   c ■■ i b rcb gad    n     rdet to main-
discipline   md   I be   in itbei «bo
sympatbi iddles   >U't   plays witb
bei •   keep bei ili| |  ••
b*r (eel and her t,iir brush 'ti the
dressing table. Children need love
and sympathy as much ne ll m rs need
air and lunibint
BAKE HOUSE PRODUCTS
Owing to the increasing demands of our BAKIC
HOUSE PRODUCTS we have greatly improved the
quality of our goods by procuring one of the best
Bakers in the Provinoe in the person of Mr. Y.
Boyle, (late of Vancouver) who makes a speoialty of
high class guods, and in order to prove our statements we invite our friends to try some oi our
Almond and Cocoauut Oaken, Marguerites, Kisses,
Russian Cakes, German Tarts, Cream Pull's, Rolls,
etc., also anv Faucv Goods to order, A TRIAL
ORDEI,'  APPRECIATED.
HOBSON'S    BAKERY   AND    GROCERY
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Nyal's Cod Liver
Oil Extract
will itop youi mub and
give the system the pn
i, , tune !,, throw oil any
• old i/t weakness nl long
standing, Webave proved thiF preparation and
will guarantee It.   Price
•1 a Bottle
Bews' Drug ^Stationery Store
man iumh nukk
S. .1. Vale, of itegina, was arrested
on the charge of trying to secure
$11000 from the Bank "I Commerce by
fraud. Vale presented a letter to tbe
manager of the hank purporting to
conn- In ni a Canada bank, stating that
tbe latter hud extended to bim credit
to the amount of $6 000. The police
allege this letter is a Iraud
Mr. Rolin, of Balmoral, lias a record
potato yield for this season. Six potatoes gave a total weight of 12
pounds and one potato weighed three
pounds while the yield per acre was
4S0 bushels. Even at the It w price of
potatoes this season, 21 ic. per bushel in
iarge lots—Mr. Rolin received tbe
handsome return of $120 per acre.
Defying the wratli of tbe Catholic
church, abandoning a career that
might have been crowned with the red
hat of a cardinal. Luscuia Pascal
aagesse. priest in tbe Mount Carmel
mission, last Monday nigbt laid aside
bis sacredotal robes ani! eloped with
prt-tty nineteen year old Sadie Ii. Rey-
nolds, formerly a atar with the Co,lard
Lilliputian Opera company, and m n
recently * member oi comic
companies.
At a special meeting oi  the presby
tery ,,| Victoria,  on Friday iasi, a call
to   the   Rev.   J. R. Robertson, M. A
frum St   Andrew's church     tfanai
wa- sustained, the   ind totion  tc take
place   on   Monday,    November   8th
l'i,,- appointments lor this ceremony
were made as follows      kev,   Dr    I
Campbell to preside   ind Induot; Rev
W J. F. Robertson to preach the -
mon   Iiei  J.   McCoy   tu   address the
i      -t-r, mul   l>v. P.  W  Collin ■
oongregal ion
Marii.n L.   trinities,   stationary sn
gineer, serving a eix months sentence
-n   iii ut Victoria was given bis liber
ty, ,,n an   application   for   a   writ of
habeas   corpus,     Ilu-  oiroumstancea
connected with tbe convioti f Pren
;,-- it I uinri Buy nml bis sentence to
sin montbi imprisonment are ioter
i sting Me -ii,nglit employment in the
mine at that, place,   nnd    was given a
position accepting it on condition
ti.ai no Chinese were engaged. He
claims be was told thit, no orientals
were at work. Accordingly he secured
a quantity Of goods, charging il to IOh
account, but on taking   up ins duties
he discovered tbat the almond oy».el
individuals against    whom    In-    hail  i
strong prejudice were busy near bim
Forthwith he resigned, A« soon .,,
the management heard ol bis action
be was arrested anil obarged with pro-
curing oredit by fraud,   He was tried
convicted and sentenced to half a year
in duranoe vile,—Times
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
F. .1. Deine has arranged   to   take
1 over the Cranbrook Herald.
By   her   progres-iive  and   practic
■ idess   .Mrs.   Garret Anderson,  On
Knglanl's   lady   mayors,   sin-    being
I mayor ol Aldt"mrgb. is giving a dear
■lustration of the ability of women to
manage public affeirs. Mrs. Ander
aim was chosen mayor of Aldehurgh, a
■ borough in SutT ilk, in N ivember. Her
election was unanimous.
CHURCHES
Si   Jo,;-  sbyterian
cbnrch    Rev   ■'■    ■      Calder   , utt i
M rning   service,   11  a.m.     Sunday
ing  service.
7:30p.m       . . ■ -- .    .,
rangt   lesa   . ■   d   ft.
I service
- ■■■      W      P     Frei mai
pasl  -     -• -■ "■ ■   -, Sunday    Preach-
■ i a.m ami 7 .'Hi p in    Bunds)
Men's   Bible   I llasi
st : 10    B.VP.I     Monday sl B p a
Hunday - •,,, R,
-   of    I mprisonmenl Evenin ■
il   •.    (J d    'A   -ki    and
3peaki        Mounl    'I    i All  ar-'
■ , -ii cited 'o tben    i   riot -
•-'I I,,    sen ,'.-   >i,    tbi
Mi-ti, din oburob  will  bi   m nducti
mi ri   v bj   ■ ii,-  pastor   it   11  a m
■    I 7:30 ' ■ "in,,.-   -
*ni in- the ihirii in tht n
; tne  Gospel  according  I
Luke,       I be   a andei n -   - w
wortl igue   .0  Monday sl   I p
• Iwing to   the   Laymen -  mission*!
banquet   in   tbe   -  M.C \    tln-r,    *
uol   be   my   service   on   Wednesday
evening.
cats, has i-eeured the services of an
architect, whose visit is to be unknown
to all the honsi hold. II is nephew and
servant,, mistake tho urchitnet lor
others and a geneial mix up ami commotion results. From the ri-e of the
curtain until the liual act the audience Will be kept in constant laughter,
so it ia said. Messrs. Mattery and
Burnham promise BOine good treats
luring the winter months. Their
next offering will be "Mra. Temple's
Telegram."
School Attendance
The attendance at the public schools
for October was as follows:
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1— Div. 1,   21
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97.(13
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,1—Div. 1.    17
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90.26
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91 50
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89.60
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90.72
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A Pot Roast for A Ghange
Gel one nt the Maundre! Ment
Market! One way to cook it for the
person who may noi have the " know
now." l-'or ,-i I'imsl say from four Io
six pounds, pm in poi wilh a pint of
cold water, Lei simmer slowly, turning top siele down occasionally. Add
enough warm water to keep the original amount as it boils away. Cook al
least three hours. At the second houi
cover the inenl with sliced onions and
cook the last hour without turning.
Bt: ilNESS LOCALS
Xni.is Caids at Bews' Ding Stole.
It will pa;, yi ai to call and see our
velvet ruga.    C. ti. Hnuie A Co.
Klectropi. s for cold feet anil rheumatism at Lows' Drug Store.
Wanted—Lady cook for hotel Ap ■
ply Alex. M Her, Alexandra Hotsl, j
Salmon Ann, B 0,
A large li e of fancy brass goods
opened at 11 ws' Drug Store.
The home of Purity— Purity tread
made from Puiiiy Flour—Ask at A.
Hohson's lor a loaf.
A full line of Eaton Huilimt Xmas
staliouery at Bews' Drug Store.
Try Hobson for your winter's supply of butter and eggs, quality guaranteed,    Ask for prices.
R. II. Trueman will visit his photo
studio here, November ITith. Look
nut for special oiler lor Xmas trade.
II nine's Special, Page 6—This enter-
prising local dep.u tinenl store are
entering un a big advertising campaign,
Try a cocoa mat at your door in the
muddy weather, A choice line at C.
H, Hume ft Go's.
Our   last  shipment   ol  preserving
pears   just   to    hand.     Do not delay il
you require some: ihey will soon ^o,
Hohson's.
F.,r your afternoon leu ting up 11
unl ask lor sonic ol our fancy cukes
pastry, We pride onrselvet in thia
line,    Hohson's.
Ti matoeB in ^1 II). cans packed in
ihe Okanagan.    Patronisse borne in-
liislry und try a can.      For sale at Q.
IV   Bell's.
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\t  , ■.'  .<■>.-'»,    ,.'     a ;*;■:       ■.,'  j. '"■■■'m A  ")';,"'|
After Supper Sale
No. 1
The Ntivs-Advi iti.-er boldly declares
for tl e depoRititn of Hou. \V. J. Bowser. It wants 0. ti. Tisdall In head
the poll in Vancouver ou Nov. 25
A. P. Morris is returning oilier fnr
Kamloops; L. A. Shatford for Okanagan; 1). St. Denia for Slocan; and J.
C. Pitts for Golden.
It ia reported on excellent, authority
that T. W, Stirling, ol Kelowna, wil'
be appointed lieutenant-governor o
British Columbia to succeed Hon
James Dunsmuir.
It is alleged that the Ottawa g vern
ment intends to increase lhe British
Columbia representation iu the senate
and will this aes-ion introduce legislation to tbat effect. W. O. Wells, i f
Nelson, will be one of the new senators.
Hon. John Oliver bas been nominated as liberal candidate for Delta; H.
M. Vasey will be liberal candidate for
Kamloops; W. Miinson conservative
candidate for Prince Rupert; \V. It
Braden conservative candidate Ior
Rossland; Dr. Morgan conservative
candidate fur Alberni; J. R. Jacks ui
conservative- candidate for Midway.
The following socialist candidates
are nominated :— Vancouver, Peter
Garvie, E. T. King-ley, \V. McKenzie,
M. McGregor and R. P. Pettipiece;
Greenwood, G  Heatherton,
The Conservative party in Ontario
bave arranged to celebrate the 95th
inniver-ary of the birth of Sir John A
Macdonald by holding a convention
for orgauizetion purposes.
I. et Conservatives have nominated Jas, Bell
NOTICE
F Cumpany, lt M It. will drill ever}
I'liuisday evening until further notice
All empties to be returned.
BY ORDER.
RTTANTED to let.—Bedroom and
VV Sittingrnoni, in central position
on Third Street; well heated; electrb
Ighl: hath, hoi nntl cold water, Rent
$12 nil per mouth. Apply. .Mail Herald
i tliee.
171 IVE Roomed House to Rent, cor-
Jc hit Boyle Ave. and Viciorin Rd.
Apply. Mrs. It. Tapping.
WANTED—A  Good  Slenogiaphur
wishes   a   position,    N .i'l-
I inn to lea vine town. Apply 'K.W."
llrawei !M4, Revelstoke.
Our Saturday Night Sales are growing in favor
every week. Our customers are looking for the plums
—and lind them loo. We have gathered some good
lines for this week and you cannot afford to pass them.
It is your opportunity to save money on every article.
We always lead in low priees, but these prices cut
away below anything other stores offer.
Lace  Remnants
Including   Laces   and   Insertions, all   lengths
Irom 2 to  5  yards, Vals,  Torchon, Orientals,
Maltese, etc., in many cases worth double to all
Selling at 25c. each
Fine Wool Plaids
Warm and comfortable, just what the children
need for school.      Pretty colors and good material.    Regularly sold at 05c, Saturday night
35 cents per yard
Ladies' Warm Coats
About a dozen Ladies' Winter Uoats, ft and
H long, light and dark, sizes Irom 32 to jo.
l'liey sold up to $15, but we put them on
sale to-night at the unprecedented ligure of
$5.00  each
A 25c. Table
A collection of small endments and oddments
Underwear for Ladies and Children, Tains,
Fancy Pieces, IioMe.y, Corsets, in fact a little
of everything. We would not like to say what
the prices were, but they sell from one-half to
one-third regular price. Tak.; you- choice at
25 cents each
,
7/l^^aaaJi
dh-l A REWARD will be paid for
Jp I \) information that will lead 10
tne arrest and conviction of ihe put i, s
who lore down my three billboards
and tore tbe steps from Mrs. I) Willis's house on Boyle avenue. R. Tap-
pixii. Agent.
OPERA   HOUSE
TUBS. EV'NG.. NOV. 9
Ilu- Grealesl Dramatic Sensation ol tin-
year. 0. A. Quintard submits I lorn-use
Nielsoti, America's Greatest Emotional
Actress, supported by Nerval MacGregor,
the world renowned Shnkesperian actor,
anil her famous New Vork company in
llcinik Ibsen's masterpiece,
'A DOLL'S HOUSE'
After a run of over a  yen- al   lhe great
Rijou Theatre, N. V. Cily.
The same greal cast and production
which packed Davidson Thcalre, Milwaukee, and Studebakers, Chicago, .ill last
season.
Tins is the play which has created Buch
widespread sensation wherever produced,
ami has left ilu- audiences to decide "Is
marriage a failure?" Come, see Ibe play
ami gin- your opinion.
Special  Prices—$1.00,   75c,   50c, 250.
Cleanliness ■ «m to Godliness
We make a specialty of keeping every
thing cleoii and   neat, which means that
only  good, wholesome   food is supplied
to all who order from us
GEORGE   W.
Grocer. Provision Merchant
BELL,
Telephone No. 23
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You Don't Have To
Go outside of Revelstoke to make
your Real Estate Investments.
The Revelstoke Laud Company Ltd.
have the best bargains in the City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $11)0 up.
3
3
Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents
Maisli comforts  give  both   cnnilort
and satisfaction.    Full range, choice
colors,   C. B. Puiae it Co.
Mi
,,
I" iiii/hl.
Why Brown Came Down
What should prove to be 'put' i ti
innovation to tbe theatre n"inK public
nl Revelstoke is tbeSlattery-Bornham
--'luck Co., who have henn lehearsniK
fnr tbe pact, week prior to their Initial
performance, Wednesday, Nov. 10.
in   their  lint  offering,   the roaring
farce comedy "Why lirown (.anu-
Down, and thoy feel conlidenl
they will mure than please
tbe public,   Briefly, thn itoryoftbe
play is, that Mr. Brown, a bachelor
who has a   weakness   for cats, in   bin
efforts to oonvert the upper part of
the bniiM!   into a wintor home for ths
SALE   OF   CROCKERY
In make room fm o it t hr ist mas and New War
F ",'.   Got .   It  ui,-,I mi Icai ihe stock
■■   ■ ess than cost.  The follow-
ng  prices   viil •      ,,, ..i   the  bargains
ieing offered
Cups and Saucers, Grefin Marlborough. $1 dozen
Mapln Leaf designs. $1
Plain White. 85c.     "
Plates, all sizes to match above from 80c.
Toilet Sets. Pink select. 10 piece $4
"    Green "    $2
MOUNTAIN  SUPPLY CO. LIMITED
Sen Our Window Display
>—»—■—lllltii nn - -<—
Telephone 248
ft.
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
yet lirst choice.     Only  a   limited  stock.
MRS.   A.   G.   CRICK
First   Street      -       Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Off ice -Toronto, Ontario.
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
I tranches or Annuls a! all principal points in Canada,
inputs In Great Britain and United Stales- London, Knplnrul,
I I'ViIh Hunk, Limited.    Chicago    Kirat  National Hank,  (Join Kx-
•   uin- National Hank.   Seattle—Seat tie National Bank, San l'inn-
    Wi-Hh Pargu Nevada National Bunk,    Spokane-—Bxchatina
l« illntial Hunk.
Savings Bank Department
Dt'poulla ol $1 uud upward, reoeiveil, and Interesl allowed at
oui: ent rate limn date of deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
C. N. R.
The 0, N. K. haa two great divisions
ill nilway linen to construct in tbo
early extension of tbe steel rail Irom
Edmonton to Vancouver, 11. (!. T|„.
one i" from Vancouver to the Yellowhead Pasl and lhe other Irom Ed-
nionton to the Ve-llowln-ad. It in now
understood that tin- final locations arp
being made lor the strstob from
Yellowhead to Vancouver and they
will be completed by next spring.
Similar survey  parties are now going
out to make liual locations throii)_;h
the country west of Kdmoutou. K M,
Hill, a C NR surveyor, is now organising a party to proceed to the McLeod river and to locate the line from
there to the Athabasca river. GraduJ
ally the ONR. surveyors are coverii
the ground and thoy will be folio;,
shortly, so it is eaid, by the raijf
contractors, who will make aj
mate on tbe cost of the rosd
constructed. With the lie
Edmonton to Vancouver
the 0. N. R. will bave a lin,
ahorter than tbe line undf
tion from Edmontuo to l'r

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