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Vol. 15.-No 75
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 23. 1909
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
'iW*«6y
Women's 'round-the-house
garments that are
stylish  as well as
comfortable
If you have thought that you must wear
dowdy, commonplace garments to be
comfortable, just ask your dealer to show you
ottfCegce
EIQERDOV^
Garments for Women
Try one on nnd see how perfect fitting and stylish
it is —sell, restful and comfortable,
Ladies' Warm Underwear
Ladies' union vests and drawers, cream, while,
finp soft lleecy material, nicely trimmed ribbon
and woo! lace, all sizes at per garment—50cts.
I allies union vests and drawers, superior mix
elastic, needle knit, soft fleece lined, fashioned
vests, at per garment 75cts.
Pure wool light weight, in white, very soft and
will not irritate the skin, very nice, trimmed
and finished at per garment $1.00
Very heavy union vests and drawers, Ladies'
sizes, shaped elastic cuffs and ankles, white
only, at per garment    $1.50
Finest pure wool, white, Ladies' vests and
drawers, full fashioned elastic rib, with finished
cuffs and cuff ankles, the acme of comfort in
underclothing, per garment $1.75
A Lovely Line of Children's Underwear
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
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STOVES
Now is the time to think ahout your
Heating Stoves. We have just received
a car from the hest makers in Canada.
We are not tied down to only one factory,
hut take our choice from the best makers.
Airtight Heaters for Wood at $3.50, $4.50 and $5.00
Airtight Heaters, cast top. $6.50, 7.50.8.50 and 9.00
Coal and Wood Heaters     -    from $8.00 to $15.00
See our new line of Hot Blast Heaters
Let us explain the new features
RANGES
Here again wc have chosen from the
hest factories in Canada and the States.
Look over the list:
VThc Great Majestic
Clare Bros.
Stewart Mfg. Co.
Tilden Gurney Co.
Copp Bros.
Moffat Mfg. Co.
Every Range sold under an absolute
guarantee. Wc have not one dissatisfied
customer in Kootenay. We are never
too busy to show off our stock.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Tinsmlthing Plumbing
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MINISTER
OF INTERIOR
Hon. Frank Oliver Visits Revelstoke—-Tendered Luncheon by
Citizens-Some able Speeches
Made.
On Sunday night Hon. Frank Oliver, Minister uf the Interior, who has
been travelling through the railway
belt with a view to getting information to guide bim iu dealing with the
land and timber to the bent advantage,
arrived in Revelstoke. After spending
the earlier part nl Monday going into
departmental matters with Mr. E, J.
Watson, Inspector nf the Department,
Mr. Oliver with other gentlemen woe
driven round the city to see the farm
lands, and what was being done in tbe
way of improving them. The Minister was particularly interested in the
steam stumping plant at work soutb
of the lllecillewaet, thia being the
tirat time he has seiu a plant ol tbis
kind at work.
DBPDTATIOK
On bis return to the city he met a
deputation from tbe Liberal Association with whom he fully discussed the
settlement of the laud around Hevelstoke. a Doniiuion building fur the
oity, aud . ther matters. The Minister
Slid he was getting all tbe information he could with a view to taking
the course in dealing with the laud
that would be in the best interests of
Revelstoke and of tho public ae a
whole. They might think he was a
bit slow, but the only way to do the
work right was to know all there waB
to learn about it before framing his
new regulations, so tbat when these
were compiled tbey would meet the
public requirements and secure the
settlement of tbe land in the most
bona fide mauner possible. One difficulty was that of squatters' rights.
People had settled on Dominion land
with the consent of the lumber companies and others without. He
thought it ouly fair to protect these
people, wbo bad gone ou tbe laud in
this way so far, but after ihis the
government would not permit uny-
budy tu squat ou timber or other laud
without the permission of the department, and if they did tbey must, uu-
dirstand they would not be rtcog
nised, and the department would take
steps to remove tbem, as this kind uf
thiug only created further complications.
As to a Dominion building, he
recignised that Bevelstoke was bere
for keeps, that it occupied an important aud central position which was
sure to result in its development to a
large and prosperous ciiy, and while
the matter of public buildings was not
iu hiB department be would be glad to
give them what assistance he could, as
it was only right the pub'ic departments here should be properly boused.
CIVIC   LtJNOHBON
In the evening Hon. Mr Oliver was
entertaintd at a civic luncheon at the
Hotel Revelstoke. Mayor landmark
presided, aud waB supported on his
right by the guest of the evening, and
Aid. Macdonald, and on his left by
Messrs. \V. M. Lawrence and A. H.
Allan, president aud vice president
respectively ol tbe Board of Trade.
Messrs. Atkins and Haggen were
croupiers. Others present wore Aid.
1'radolini, .Sawyer, and Stone, Drs
Sutherland and Elliott (of Arrowhead)
Messrs. J. D. Sibbald, F. XV. Lauig, ,1
P. McLennan, J. M. Kellie, W. H
Pratt, .1. Abrabainson, Fred Robinson,
W. I, Uriggs, P, J. McLennan, F. K.
Sine,HafTner, H. Manning fchttirniiiD
school board;, R. J. Stewart, F. Fraser,
A. Hobson, J. Q McKinnon, R.J.
Watson and W. Dews.
Host. MeDonell put up an excellent
bill ot (are, and tbe function was generally admitted to be one ol the most
pleasing semi-public functions ever
held in Revelatoke.
Tin; SPEECHES
No tunctiou ol the kind would be
oompiete without its speeches and as
the Minister had to loave by the train
that evening these were necessarily
brief. In opening the tlood-gatee ol
the evenving's oratory, Mayor Lindmark said they all appreciated lhe
fact that they bad with them thai
evening the Minister ol tlie Interior,
Hon. Mr. Oliver. They had had Minister! of the Interior before but then
was only one Frank Oliver in the Do
rolnion (cheers and laughter). H
was one ol tbcmselver, tree (rum an)
nonsense, and that nan just what they
CABINET DISRUPTIONS
Hon. R. Tatlow and F. C. Fulton
Resign from Cabinet
The Hail way policy issued by Premier
McBride does uot apparently meet the
approval of   his  colleagues,  as  reports
frnm the coast state Hon. H. Tatlow,
Provincial Treasurer, ami who was regarded as the backbone of the cabinet,
has resigned, also that tion. ]■'. ('. Pulton, Provincial Secretary, ami representative of the Kamloops Liiding, bas tendered his resignation.
It is also stated Hon. P. Carter-Cotton,
President of the Council, will resign.
These resignations will seriously complicate the political situation at the pre
sent juncture.
sir f. bordFn vindicated
W. M. Carruthers Must Pay $100
or Serve Six Months in Jail.
Keutville, N. K., Oct. 16.— To
pay a fine of §100 or in default
serve six months imprisonment,
with Feven days in which to pay
the tine, was tho verdict handed
down today hy Judge Drysdaleupon W. M. Carruthers, in thn celebrated case uf King vs Carruthers,
arising out of the distribution of
copies of the Eyeopener containing
alleged libellous statements regarding f>ir Frederick Borden.
Turner Women Found Guilty of
Manslaughter.
Toronto, Oct. 22.—The jury in the
trial of Mrs. Maud Turner, accused ol
the murder of an infant which she
had taken for adoption, to-night returned a verdict of manslaughter.
The jnry had stood 11-3 lor murder A
compromise was reached nn tbe hypothesis that she bad been tryiog to
stop the infaut from crying, and had
been too vigorous, reuniting iu strangulation.
Italian Sentenced for Life.
Woodstock, N. B , (let. 22.—Sandy
Moniicelli, the Italian wbo bas been on
trial here tor Ibe murder ol a compatriot, Nicholas Legauc, was convicted of manslaughter, and sentenced In
liie imprisonment by Judge Landry.
Tlio judge, in sentencing tbe prisom r
declared bis reeson for giving him the
(ull penalty was to try to stop tin
numerous fatal affrays that have oo
curred between Italians since the
work on the G.T.P. started in thi-
province.
ll'uuliuutil uu l'«sa Tarn.)
Mi£TH01II8T -Thanksgiving services
will be held to-inorrow at 11 and 7:80
o'clock. The pastor will preach the
sermons both morning and evening.
The choirs will render suitable music
for the thanksgiving occasion, Sunday
school and Bible class at 2.80. Diving
to lhe Thanksgiving banquet iu the
Opera House on   Monday evening the
Epworth League will not meet that
evening at the church. The prayer
meeting will be held on Wednesday al
S p.m.    All are welcome.
Baptist Kev. VV. I', Freeman,
paator, Sunday services Pleaching
at 11 a.m. and TilKI p.m. Sunday achool
and Voung Men's Bible Glass at 2::tii
p.m. It. V. P. U, Monday al S p. in.
Sunday morning lln-pasloiwill preach
a Thanksgiving sermon, The evening
Hiibjeci will be --The Death of Moses,"
(Mount Plsgah), the third in the series
on Bible mountains, special music
ai both services. A cordial Invitation
is extended to all.
Presbyterian- Services at ll a.m.
and 7.80 p.m.. oonduoted by Rev. W.
(;. Oalder. Sundaysehool at 2-,'AD and
prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8
p.m.
Matinee Monday
There will l»- a matinee of motion
pictures at tho Kdison Parlor Thoalt-u
on Monday afternoon (Thanksgiving
Day I  at  A  o'clock.    In   the evening,
commenolng at 8 o'olook there will be
iwo performances.
Thanksgiving Banquet
The Ladies Aid ot tbe Methodist
Ohuroh sre preparing to serve a grand
I'haukBgiving Dinner io the Opera
House, on Monday, Oot. 25th, from fi
to 8 o'clock. Admission (HI cents.
Children under ten years.26 cents.
PROVINCIAL
ELECTIONS
Particulars of the Railway Policy—The Government to Have
First Mortgage on the Road
as Security.
The JS'ewB-AilvurtiHer, the government organ at Vancouver, makes the
following announcement:—
The reason given by the Government lor the dissolution of ihe House
is to obtain the approval of the electors to an
AGREEMENT WITH OANAOIAN-NOBTHRBN
RAILWAY COMPANY,
The Province is to guarantee the
bonds of the company to the amount
$36,000 eer mile, for a distance not
exceeding 1100 miles, from Yellowhead
PasB to Vancuuver and English Bluff,
and from Victoria to Barclay Sound.
The Government is to have a lirst
mortgage on the road as security for
the guarantee, as well as a covenant
Irom the entire Cauadiau Northern
system. The route ot the line will be
through the Yellowhead Pusb to the
headwaters of the North Thompson;
thence along the river to Kamloops;
thence, on tbe north bauk ol the
Thompson to a point below Ashcroft;
thence, ou the south bank of tbe
Thompson, aud along tbe soulh bank
of the Fraser across tho New Westminster biiilge to Vancouver, a d from
Now Westiinuater to English Bluff.
Work is to be sinned within three
months of asseut to the bill, and is to
bo completed within four years. The
maximum grade will uot exce.d live-
tenths.
The Canadian Northern Kailway iB
taking over the charter of the Victoria
and Barclay Sound Kailway.
A subsidy to the Kettle Valley line
is also proposed, to take the place ol
tbe Midway & Vernon subsidy of
$5,000 per mile fur 150 miles. The
uew line is to cover iu all about 250
miles, and couuccl Nicoia witb the
Boundary Country by way of Penticton and Summerland, thence along
Trout Creek by way of Aspen Grove,
to Coutlie. I a addition, the company
will extend the North Fork line to the
junction of tlie East and West Forks.
No Oriental labor is to be used and
the Fair Wage Clause is to tie observed
iu all t In iv contracts.
GRIP AIID FUSS MD
MASONIC
The following Kevelstoke Masons
are attending the sliriners meetings and iniatiation ceremony at
Vancouver; A. McRae, \V. M.
Lawrence, XV. Beavo, K. K. Sine,
T. E. L. Taylor, Drs. Sutherland
ami Hamilton, Mesdamos MoRae,
Lawrence, Sutherland and Miss
Kdwards also went to attend the grand ball to ho given last
night in connection with the ceremonial,
i. o, o. i.
Criinil Master Low, of Vancouver, visited Selkirk Lodge, I.O.O.F.
on Wednesday night at Selkirk
Hull and conferred the second degree, liros. Irwin, of Manitoba,
and Cletiry, ol Dawson, were also
present. The occasion wae celebrated by a banquet at which about
50 were present. I he catering was
done by Mrs. Hanbury, who provided an excel lenl menu.
THE MINES
A new gold discovery ia reported
near Night Hawk Lake, Ontario,
Crjwn Kuservo (Cobalt) stock two
years ago went begging at 5c. per
share. This week it sold al $11.1X1 per
share.
Motion Pictures To-Night
A large audience visited the Parlor
Theatre last evening and enjoyed the
program. To-night the same program will be repealed at two performances commencing at 8 o'clock,   On
Monday afternoon tbere will bo a
matinee at the Bidlson Theatre to
oomroenoe at B o'clock,
♦       —
Something new—Delloloui pork and
mutton   pios   and  satisago rolls Iresh
every   day   at   the   Mauudrell   Meat
Market, to
SPORTSMEN
Who are in Jouht as to
where they can best obtain
all kinds of L'p-To-Date
Sporting Goods, should
bear hi mind the fact that
we carry a splendid stock
of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, I-'ishing Tackle,
Traps, Tents, Camp Stoves
Blankets, and in fact everything  for  the   Hunter,   the   Trapper  and   the   Prospector.
HEATING   STOVES
It will S001V be time to purchase that Hearer. We have
just^the stove to,suit you and will be pleased to show you
its good points. Remember that we an- agents for the
Kootenay Range, which you will read of on   another   page.
BOURNE  BROS.
i Groceries    Hardware    McClary's Stoves    Plumbing
ur clothes-
values are
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. Jf
better clothes could he made this store
would have them. We especially invite
paiticular dressers, men who never wore
ready made clothes to see ours.
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THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS
ON   FOREIGN
COUNTRIES
Arrangements bu\<
1 re* ently beer* completed 1
ndei
uhkh   tf>e branches
uf this Bciiik
dit- dblt*  tO  isiUt*  1-Hdfls «ui
llur  pi
.11. .cal points
in the- ii.il.j-* 11.y count)
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Austria-Hungary
Finland                          Ireland
Russia
Belgium
POnOOM                          Italy
Servta
Brazil
FraiKC                            I.i pun
Siara
Bulgaria
Kr'cJi Cochin-China    lava
South Africa
Ceylon
German ■                   Man. h
Straits ^ulemeats
China
Great Britain            Mexico
Sweden
Crrlr
(in t*. r                           Norway
s* itzcrlsnd
Denmark
Holland                           Pel il*
laikiv
Egyt><
Iceland                         Pblllipine
ilandu
Wesi [ndiei        tn
Kai.ic 1st..I,.!-.
India                           Rou mania
•it...:      wwhere
NO   DELAY   IN    ISSUING.          I U L _.    PARTICULARS
ON    APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANOH--A.    H.
ALLEN.  .MQR.
See The Fascinating Goodness
in tin- link.-, ni the word "market.'1
Sinn,- goodness in every pound of hi^li-
grade neat we offer, Kept in saui-
lury. spotless MUTiiiiiulingtj, in y_er<i
temperature, and whisked trom our
Ice-cheats to yours in covered careful
nen ou the way Juloy lioiuts, Limit.
Corn-Fed Pork, Country Sausages.
Everything that an
Up-to-date Moat Market
ran offer for tbe health, pleasure, and
profit  of ith  customers,   Give  us a
trial TO-DAY,
Maundrell Meat Market
Wo handle Premier Hnms and Baoon
BUSINESS LOCALS
Blosl people like to eat turkey when
li i« well prepared. Oomeand test the
quality with everything else In season
on Monday al the Thanksgiving baa
quet ui the Opera House, Bom 0 to H
o'olook,
Moving Picturei to nigbt,
Bave your money at home and oome
ami speml   it   in   u   Knlrnillil   Thanks
giving banquet to be held In the Opera
House on Monday evening from 8 to 8
o'clock.
Read the  Full Page Ad. about
BURNABY HEIGHTS TIIE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
Sbe HOaiMhcralb.
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY   Al
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
jntcrtot publtsbtng Gomp.an»,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including posta
io Kngland, United  Stole!
id Canada.
Hr tho yoar llhrough iiostollloo]  B-J
Hall ;      \"*
Quart, r "  -  '•
j ni HINTING promptly exoouted at roasou-
able rales. . ,
l'KRMS ' .,-!'. Suli.-i-niitions pajriililn in nil
vancc.
ADVERTISING   RATES
Lcual uoUoe* 10 cents nor Une UrM Insortlon,
' ii cenupor line each BubBequont m-ei-iioii
Meaaurementi Nonparicl [12 lines make ono
InchL Store and general business announcements J2.50 por inch per month.
Preferred positions.* 25 per cent, ml-
ditimal. Birllw. Marriages mid Deaths,
. o   eaoh  lusi rtion.
Und notices I7.W All advortlsonionU
suhject to lhe approval of tho management.
IVanied "i«i ' oudeused AdverUseiuoulsi—
..genu Wanted, Help Wanted, Situations
wanted, situations Vaoant, loaohora
Wanted, Mechauics Wanted, in words or
less 24c, each additional lino 111 conts,
CbaiiKiHi ii' standing advertisements niusl
do in by a a. in. lueada) and Kriilny ol
__* ch wt-t-k io seoure kui.u display.
R.jKUbU'UKUKXUE Invited u" niatlora ol
public inlerwt. Uommunloatlona to Uttl-
ior niii-i bo aooompamod li) iiaun.- o
ivriter, no! uooessarUy io publication, bul
,., -. idem i ol kuihI faith. Uorrospondonoe
-i.o...a lk- brier,
11
rARVEY, McUARTEK
A.\U P1NK.HAM,
HAKKlMk'BB, BOLIOITOBS, KTU,
Ul-MLfcn •    IMFEBIAL      ANK  IK I1.1.1M! KlvVtL-
BTOKK, U. U,
Moner li loan. ,   ,   .,
Oifioeei KeveUtoke, B r.   I raubruok, H. I .
QKO. s. McCaktkr
d. il.  I'INKIIAM
HevolsuiKe,
J. A. Habvkv,
Cranbrook, b, ('.
Houses To Let
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET— Near Campbell
Avenue. Eight Rooms and Hath. To rant from November 10th, at 1(25.00 per month.
HOUSE ON SECOND STREET—Near C. P. R. Shops
Five Rooms mil Luth. To rent at $15.00 per month,
immediate occupation.
HOUSE ON THIRD STREET Near C. P. R. Shops
Seven Rooms. To rent from October 24th, at $'25.00
per month.
KOR    PARTICULARS   APPLY   TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES. Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   I Ilii    ANU   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
w
1LLIAM I. BRIGGS
Ban inter
Solicitor, i-u-.
Solicitor loi: —
Tut: Canadian Bank ok Commkrob,
The Molsons Hank, Ktc
FIRST ST.,   ■   KKViiLSTOKE, 13,0.
i )OliI-.Ki   SMI HI
"" Provincial Laud Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
Kngineenug
hicKENZIK  AvK.si.l-:,
l_".\ 1110, Revklstokk
E.  A.   HAGGEN
-Mining Engineer
Kevelstoke, li, U,
Mel
American Institute Milling
1 ngineerh
Mem. ( un. Min. Inst.
Examination,   uud  KeporU   on  Mine*.
,„,. Muiiag   Investments a specwii}.
lilue Prints - ipplieil ol  l>l»»s of Land,
Mixes anil  Ii.mueh
Cabk- Address    "Kanagan," llevelutoke
^aes-Moreing nml NeiU. Bedford McNeill. Western Umou, 1/lougU.
c. w. o  w
w Camp, No. 229
in
Visilin   ilooil-
Mountam  Vie
fcMooU   Second  and KourU.   Wednesday
«.„ci. month, in SuUlrk Hall,
men uoniiaUy inviuid to attend.
Jt.ill\ i u;l..--uN.l'un. Com.
j   Mi IN i 1 ui*. Clerk.
Kl'\ KLSTOKK AERIE No. 12
F. O. E.
impunity. The punishment meted
outtothese men will provea wholesome warning against similar of-
fences and a repetition ol the
black-hand outrages that have
heen going on in thia city during
the past two years.
Now that the Provincial elections
nre announced we have to say that
this paper proposes to take an
entirely independent stand in tin-
light in the Revelstoke riding, ii
there be one. It is not yet known
whether Hon. Thos. Taylor will he
opposed, or whether the Liberals or
Socialists will huve their party
candidates in the field, nor whether
there will be an independent enn
iliilute. Whatever happens we have
to nssure all parties of full and
fair reports of tlieir meetings, arguments uml announcements of policy, so thai all shull have n fair
show in our columns in placing
their position fully before the
electors,
agreement will he awaited with
interest by the public, and should
be given out by tbe Government as
soon us possible.
.ire 1.01.
Halkirk
at     Eight
Ti.« regulai lueeuus
u, ,....r.        TllOMlay;     MvotiUiH
,". ungbrethfeu cordially invited
T   J  WALSH, Prbbidbnt.
W   b. Mi-LAL'l HLlN.SKiutl isv
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Kootenay Lorinc
No. 15, A  F. «. A. M.
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SJS
. iugs .,r,i In-Ill iu the
feh UASONHTEMl'LK
tj   i iddfsllows Hall, "ii
'.'   tbe tliinl M"iulay in
*45, «hc(i   nionili   ai   s
■ . ,   ' p.m.  Vi.-itiugbreth-
r>s__*r-!r?5'5>» .;-   run    cordially   wel-
&Zftft*y -— come.
rfjgQgS'
c. A. fKOCUNIER, Bkchjstabv.
SELKIRK LODGE 12, I.O.O. V.    .
Meol_- ov9ry Tl. ur--
iay  efenlng In  Ssl.
kklrk Hall at B o'olook
 rVi.-itiUK breil,reu are
troroially lorttl 1 I l .tMnd.
ALB1.RT A11MAN. S.u.     JAB. UATHIX.Sn
Cold Range Lodge, K ot P.
Ho   26,  Revelstoke, B. C.
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Cbc flDail*1beralb
BAl I BDAV, '" I    2a    1909
in thi   i oming ele< ti ni   Revelttoke 'i'n. ii.'1- an aggressive |   I
from   which  ilii-  city  shall  have
• mi.- pi ii t. a  li-n-iit. ami the ' iti-
tena will tee that they get it.
DOMINION BUILDING
The Dominion Parliament mi ets
nexl month and we hope to see on
the estimates the reinstatement of
of the grunt for a Dominion Building in Revelstoke for postal, land,
customs, and public works administration. Hon. Mr. Pugsley, Minister of Public Works. Hon.C.Murphy. Secretary of State, Hon.
Frank Oliver, Minister ol the Interior, Hon. Mr. Templeman, Minister of Mines, Hon. Senator Bos-
lock, and Mr. Goodeve, M. P.,
member for this district all understanding the position thoroughly,
have given their assurance of -up-
port to this demand for Revelstoke,
nml constitute a strong te im whose
representation at Ottawa ought to
Becure for Revelstoke the consideration to which this oity is entitled
in respect ol this work.
MINISTER OF THK INTERIOR
The reception to Hon. Frank
Oliver, Minister of the Interior, at
tlie Hotel Revelstoke on Monday
night wa.- one oi the nicest functions that has ever taken plaa in
Revelst'-ke in connection with tin-
visit of  ii  public man     Hon   Mr
Oliver is a mar,   of   the   |	
evei there  was   one,    tnd
. onscientiuus and  - audi I   ;••   bae
well nieriti-il i he i oi
|., ople of ( .mad.i   ind
member ol the Laurier govern! ■
A UNITED REVELSTOKE
The inspiring address here on
Monday night by the Hon. Frank
Oliver is one of the hest things of
its kind ever put before the citizens
of Revelstoke, and the lessons to
he learned from it justify the
amount of space given to it in this
issue. Hon. Mr. Oliver showed
how the success of Edmonton had
heen achieved in the face of insuperable difficulties. That success
was due to the united character of
tlie people in all public movements.
The people of the city of
Revelstoke have never heen so
united as they are to-day. The
result is that Revelstoke will see a
growth and prosperity thai is not
excelled in any city in ihe west.
Revelstoke has the material. Revelstoke has the geographical situation. The way to achieve that
growth and property is for the
citizens to unite in boosting their
city and its interests, and just as
they unite in boosting it so ihey
should unite in hilling every
knocker, croaker and traitor to
public trust ami public duty who
dares to show his head.
in • '-i-rrinl out hs sn"ii as popsjble.
The Hig Bend is undoubtedly a
vast territory, oi great mineral nnd
timber wealth, and bus large areas
of fertile land which would support
iiieiiinfi.it and prosperity a large
population which would he entirely tributary to Revelstoke. Such a
work as that suggested by Mr.
Kellie is therefore of paramount
importance to this city.
Head the Full Page Ad, about
BURNABY  HEIGHTS
INTERIOR DEFENCE LEAGUE
lt is time the people of the interior ol Uritish Columbia formed an
alliance   tn    protect    themselves
against discrimination in favor  of
the Coast.    Kootenay has heeii the
backbone of British Columbia, and
has done more than any other part
ii the Province to   build   up   the
cities ai Vancouver  and   Victoria.
Vet tin-  administration  oi   public
affairs is almoBt entirely in tlie  in-
terest oi these coast cities, and  the
interior does not get a -'|u.ire deal.
Here in Kootenay we   have a   vast
and  rich  i ountrj   represented   bv
members, one of   whom   .-   a
cabinet minister.    Vet in the  par-
. ;.-.-   -" iin _ lUt   of  the
tbe   McBride I iovernment    - _. ing to  the
I        -     • - ■  on
liars ol
he   pro-
i .       -■
U
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■
;   the
who  is held  by I
I eople   in   highei
II iver'a - nunci em
the bet            it ol   settlement  in
this di
Police Magistrate Foster returned
from Victoria Thursday morning, and
be and T. J. Wad man, ss Hon I'im*-.
Taylor's riglit.hand men, immediately
started org-inising Llie oampaign on
his bebalf.
It iH si.nteil Premier McBride will he
a candidate ii. Cariboo thi~ election.
it is stated F. B. Lewis, of Vancouver, anil formerly ol Revolstoke, proposes riihiiiiin ns the Liberal candidate for Revelstoke in the present
election campaign.
Hon. T. Taylor is expeoted in on
Sunday to actively prosecute Iuh
election oampaign.
Mi-. Borden has called a convention
of the Dominion Conservative party
for September 1010 at Winnipeg.
The vacancy [or Sti-iithconn in Lhe
Dominion blouse caused liy the dealh
of Dr. Mclntyre has been tilled by J,
,M. Douglas, Liberal, being elected by
acclamation.
The Revelstoke local of the Socialist
party will meet on Thursday nigbt to
consider the selection of a candidate ti
represent tbeir party in tie ci niing
election in Revelstoke Riding.
Tin ixecutive nf llie HeveKitoke
Liberal i sioci-ilio . inol lust uiglil und
decided to Usui n call lor a convention
nf the Liberals in the riilim; to be belli
■ in Ki iiliiy next to cm-i ler tlie in nun
itnni nl a candidate lo represent tbe
Liberal purty in tlie coming election
tor Ruvelstoke Haling. Tlm llevel-
stiike association will meet on Wed-
in silay nigbl next lo elect delegates
ior thai cuuventiou,
Const roports sale Premier Mc-
Bride refused to allow Ilon. John
'iiner, Liberal leader, to see railway
agreement between bim and MoKouzio
,v Mann, except under pledge ot seore-
oy. Mr. Oliver leluseil to give such
pledge and demanded both he and the
people ol Ornish Columbia ,.ere entitled to see the agreement nnd know
all aboul il as a matter ni ri_L_.lit.
The hunk sliileliienl I'm September
shows current loans exceed by $105,-
I in, In- i li- -si nl pluvious month. Deposits were !jilU,750,U00 greater Ihau
previous mouths. The deposits in
Canadian iiink- are the highest on
record.
Advertise in
The Mail-Herald
tor results.
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E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithi; ,g, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
V 3RK   SHOP
Connaugl t Awe.   -   Hevelstoke
for Fill Planting
Bulbs froii] the Best European
and Japan Growers.
Home grow o Irnit nnil ornamental
trees, grov ii on upland soil without irrigation in tlio only part of
ihe American cuiitiuent not in-
lestnl with the Sun Jose scale—
(linden, Field nnd Flower eei'dt-—
1'i's'eil stock from the hest growers in the world—Wire fencing
nml dales—Spray pumps, Fertilizers, Bee Supples, Cut lllowers,
Spraying materials, etc—White
labor only.—New LV7 page Catalogue Irco
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   It. C.
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four Turn Will
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When you  visit   the ambitious
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PliTli I.ARSON, Prop.
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisinc
48a31 Delightful Scenery
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, dandies, Cigars,Tobacco.
Meals 35 cen is.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
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liicyclo anil linn work uspecialty
Kstimati-s gfven on sny class
of work.
Front     Street.
Many ol the users of Royal
Standajd Flour have secured the
beautiful imi piece dinner sel
which goes with each ol the ten
winning numbers each month.
The dinner:set, however, is only
incidental to the .satisfaction you
yet from using Royal Standard
Flour.
The finest selected wheat, scientific milling, absolute cleanli-
dess, careful packing and stor-
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.NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS
GlIVlIRNJIHNT Ol-I'IIK,  NAKUSP.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Government Office anil
Police Quarters," will be received by
the Honourable the Mi nis toi-of Public
Works up to iu,i.n uf Thursday, the
28th day of October, 1000, for liiu erection and completion ol a Governmenl
(Hlii-e iuul I'i,lice QuaiUirsat Nakusp.
B. C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of teuder mny be seen on nml
alter llie -iiLh day of September, liHUi,
at the ollice of the Government Agent
at Nelson; tho Government Agent at
Revi tsloke; Government Agent,Kaslo;
llie Mining Recorder at Nakusp, anil
at the Department of I'uliiie Works,
Victoria, li. ll.
Each proposal must bo accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certitf
utile ut deposit ou a chartered bankol
Canada, made payntu.. to the Hon. thu
Minister ot Publio W i.i-ks, for a sum
equivalent to ten per cent, of the
amount of the teuder, which shull bo
forfeited if the party I enduring decline
io enter into cuniiuot when called
upon (o ilo so, in- il he lull to complete
lhe work contracted fur. The cheques
or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will l"- returned i" Ihem
upon the execution of lhe c iu tract.
Tenders will noi he considered unless made out on tbe forms supplied,
sipietl with Ihe.-uu ual .si^ii.itiu t- ,.i il,c
tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes
furnished,
Tie-lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
I-'. 0. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
I'uliiie Works Dopattment,
Victoria, B.C., September 80th, 1000.
net 0
NOTICE
WANTED!
500 More Orders for Winter
Vegetables
Win pai iwo prices for your winter
wants when by sending Uirecl to the
producei you can purchase al lirsi cost.
\\ i- are now quoting as follows!
Potatoes 60c. a hundred
Turnips, Beats and Carrots (iOc.
a hundred
Cabbage 780. a hundred
Onions $1.50 a hundred
Tomatoes,   Squat h  nnd  Pumpkins 2c. a pound
M.l. llltlll US i M.I.I | |.l.I   I ||.| | |)
S. M. McGUIRE.
Cen• i-:d Merchant      -     Salmon Arm
Hevelstoke Land District.
District i.I West Kooteuay.
'Pake nolice lhat I, M. K. I.aivson,
of Revelstoke,occupation housekeeper,
in ten l to apply I'm permission to pur-
elm-e the lollowing described lands:
Uoniiueni-iug at a post planted al.
t he southeast corner of Lot 8008 and
marked "tl, K. Lawson's northwest
coiner post," I hence III chains south:
Ihence lu chains wesi; thence21)chains
north; lbeuce 20 cliains easi,; thence 211
chains north lu hue uf Lot 8668; Ihence
along saui line lo place of commencement.
MINNIE   Iv.  I.AWSON.
Dated Sept. 7th, 1000. sep S
NOTICE
Itovolstoke Land District,
District ol West Kootenay.
'Pake nolice thai A. W. Dickinson,
of Arrowhead, occupation Lumberman,
intends tu apply for permission lo pur-
chase ilu- following described lands:
Commencing al a post planted near
the north-east corner of Lot 7965 and
marked A. \V. Dickinson's N. W. C,
thence south 40 uhalns, east 40 cbains,
north 40 chains to lake shore, thence
west -III chains lollowing hike shore to
place of commeucement,
A. VV. DICKINSON.
Dale Aug. 10th,  11KIU.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
Dlstl'icl nl Wisl  Koolenay.
Take notice that Nels Bud ine, of
Troul Lake, B ('., occupation .Miner,
inl eiuls to apply lor pri mission to pur-
rb.-isi- tin- following described land;
Commencing ill a posl plauted on
the uurth shore of Troul Lake bet ween
lliisklus nnd American points and
about four miles from the i'ont of the
Lake   anil   ui.-nkeil    lin-   S.  ti. corner
post, thence 211  chains north, thence
Hi cbains wesi or to Lake shore, thence
following  Ilu-Lake   shorn to point of
commencement,
Located thiB 26th day of August, 1000.
sepKiiUii      NELS HoiMNK, Locator
Foley's
Superba
Bon-Bons
It .- anno u ■ I (lioially that
together with the voting on candidate* at the provincial electioni!
I.- ■• • month, ■ i" lol will I"- taken
on the    ii  '  -ii "i  a   local  option
lav
I hi erdiol ol the jurj at the
A--i,■-- "ti Tuesdaj will meet with
tti<- if neral endorsement ol the citi-
/"ii- wl • ire "quainled with the
fm li ol the case against two Italian- charged with attempted murder,    I he people oi Revelatoke are
a law-abiding i pie and will not
j'oriint   these outrage* lo be perpe-
triiied  in  this   community with
ind opera
great benefit to I
the railway belt.
1111-1 COMING   El l"
I be ia-1 ol   thi
tions being   -;   ung - ■ created gener tl lurprise I bough
Hon. Premier   McBride and   1 Ion
rhos, Taylor  addre    d
iere last   summer   we   interpreted
the mi etin    i   an   indication  il in
election.     From  the meagre
information   bo   far   to hn od it ij
understood   the   McBride ' Iovernment are going to th< intry on i
railway polil y. and that polil
practically the construction ol the
Canadian Northern Kail wn from
the Yellowhead Pan to Van< ouver
via the North Thomson \ illej and
the -ouili side of the Praier Hiver.
A further subsidy is to be given for
the construction ol the Midway
and Vi mon railway. It. is. impo
Bible for im to fairly ciiliei.-c the
policy until the agreement between
the government and the Canadian
Norihern Railway Company ih
available,     The   detail*   ol   tlmt
. III-. I'.l'.  BKNU
At thi '       to tb'    Min
M
Mr. J    M
. ling "f ' be B
Mr. 0
. -  ihe mi •■' ■
.   i.   m
i road
lei ami
ot ci-- i hint  ol   i
,'i noi  ii'--
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The   Directors   ol   thi       irand
Trunk Pacific Itailwa i
Buret! Mayor  Lindmai I
inter iewed   them aa   tbi
thr '   llevelstoki
pii'liuh 'if i ho main line    I   I
road '" llevelfltoke waa one  ol
workf thai would   I i
atlenlion.    Now we have |[on. Mi
' io i-i    encouragement of ihe aid
ol the   Dominion   Oovointnenl   in
securing such n work, ll i   noi   too
soon to lake   the   mattel    Up   with
the ''land Trunk   Paoilii   iiulhori
ii'-,   iuul endeavor to ensure its hc-:
Foley's Bon-Bons
are nothing but pure
cream, the best granulated sugar, marsh-
mallow and perfect
flavors.
n
lb.
■   i
. ki..   i   ',n tho
ilat.i          in    ■■■
', lying i bo host      I I -   -   ,- -
IA ■  I'-rn made    feci Ion i,
only In,nen »l nil ItOfS ' ftAu-n-
I -  unly I' lold
Foley Bros. Larson & Go.
'*««IW WUHIflC /..., o„«.r
The Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.
(STEGER   SYSTEM)
CAriTRUZATION $100,000 IN SHARES OF $1.00 EACH, FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
I In- people: ol l'>. C, are gradually awakening lo lhe fact that avast amount
of capital, thai should be kept in circulation at home, is now being sent
abroad. For instance in the construction of the Dominion Trust Building,
the new sky si raper, now being erected in Vancouver, bricks were imported
from St. Louis, at a cost of $76 por thousand laid down in Vancouver, nul yet the Steger System Silica Brick is Successfully
Competing with this self same brick, in the market at St. Louis,
today, We can manufacture the Steger Brick aB cheaply in Vancouver,
as any portion ol the United States; consequently we have a margin of
Twenty-two and one-half per cent, duty and high
Transportation Charges i" eliminate competition. Can you see
any money making possibilitii s in uur proposition?
We are not seeking large capitalists for ourproposi ion, to freeze out the
ill shareholder, Experienci has shown th.-u all stable enterprises, even
in tin- i iovernment, arc fotin led upon and supported by the people. The
Pennsylvania Railroad I om| iny is composed of 45,000 shareholders and
iin . ' 'iiiip.uiy is one "I the la-a paying and most successful enterprises in
the business world today, Our proposition is founded upon one of the
inosl itaple articles in use Bricks. We Know what we can manu-
; n no' for,     We  Know the enormous price being paid at the present
1 ferior bricks,    Wc Know the  large market now awaiting us,
md the contractors and architects Know the excellence of our bricks,
because many ol them luve used our bricks in the United States.
What's the Answer?
ai I. OB   AhhKI    -
W. B. ROBERTSON. Fiscal Agent. REVELSTOKE. B.C.
i
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! TIIE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Steel
Rang
The oven door
of the Kootenay
drops down and
provides a shelf
upon which to
rest the pans
drawn from the
oven.
MINISTER OF INTERIOR
Hmi Mr. O'iver anil other member.
j nf rhe Dominion Government ctning
west tn get acquainted wit Ii condition..
lierr, and w-is satisfied the more tbey
knew nf Revelsti ke the more would
they look forward to the time when
Revelstoke   wuuld   lie   a   great   city.
wanted a man to he. The Buard of
Trade wished to give him a public
banquet, hui he did not wish an;
such tiling, su he just asked bim as h (Cheer,.),
favur to meet the business men of the Mr., 1-'red Kraser said when they
city in this semi-private way, and he considered tlie Minister cf tbe Interior
was kind enough to say he wuuld be hlld hundreds of thousands of people
glad to do so.    (Cheers.) amj millions of   acres of   laud t > look
Mr. VV. M, Lawrence, President of after on the ea8t 8ide 0, tbe Rocky
the Board of Trade, said Revelstuke Mountains, and notwithstanding that
was ac the present time progressing he was not in the hest of health, be
very fast. They had 7,000 acres of |oould find the time to oomeoutlo
good agricultural land between here British Oolumbia and look personally
and Arrowhead. Wbat they wanted into the best meaDs of Battling these
to get lor the occupation of this laud l]andlt with a view to adopting a po icy
was a good class of settlers. Iu this , jD tlle best interest of tue country,
matter they were entirely in the hands ' they ought, independent of party poli-
uf the Departmenl. of the Interior. Ucb, to feel proud that they had such a
Their enterprising fellow-citizen, Mr. man Ht the head of the Department
Lindmark, had taken a lead in raak-Lf the Interior, which was the most
ing tbe land  in   the  vicinity   of  the , important department ol   the Domin-
reafly and willing to assist  Revelstoke
iu any possible way.    [Cheers],
The Mayor sa ll when he was a'
Vienna a prominent conservative
tu'il him Ihut su lung as the Hun.
Frank Oliver was in polities he would
vute fur him. He asked him why
anil he replied: "Because he it
straight." He now called on thi
guest of tbe evening, Hon. Mr. Oliver
to address them.
city available for settlement as he had
taken the lend in every matter for
the welfare of thecity. (Cheers)-
No matter how bard he was hit
he always came out on top.
(Laughter). Another matter he would
like to touch  on   was   tbeir   govern
ion Government. (Cheers ) Every
banker was louking forward to the
result of his immigration policy, and
the railways watched with eagerness
the reBult of the wheat crops. They
all felt a personal pride in having thai
gentleman   with   them   tbat     night.
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agent8 in Revelstoki-.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY
\,
IV ELSTOKE    hi.
ment buildings here. They had been j (Cheers). He referred to the many
looking for them for the lest ten difficulties the department had to
yearB (laughter), and were still look- j overcome in the settlement of the land
ing for them (renewed laughter) A , jn the 40 mile belt, and after what the
grant of ten thousand dollars had j Minister had seen that day be was
been made to start them, but they j sure it was an eye opener, and one
did not get it. That was a bad year, i that the Minister appreciated to the
ThiB was a good year and  they  would | full extent, to see  the 'assistance run-
now like to see   these    provided   for.
(CheerB).
Mr. .Sibbald spoke highly of Mr.
Oliver, whom he had known in the
Northwest, and who whs a man, no
matter what tbeir differences uf opin-1 setil
ion politically, they might, always
approach, knowing tbat he would do
what be believed to be right in the
public interest.    (Cheers).
Mr. A. H. Allen, vice-president uf
the Buard uf Trade, said he had been
astonished since be came to Revelstoki
at the pruduciiun of the soil here. He
was glad to see Mr. Lindmark and
others had started the ball rolling to
clear up the land aud place it in productive condition. The wurk they
were carrying on would be the mea.is
of bringing hundreds of settlers into
their district. Tuere was only one
way tu biing their land rapidly iuto
conditiuu lor occupation and cultivation ami that, was by the use of the
steam slumping plants. (Cheers). He
referred to tbe goud work  done by the j
dered in   bis wurk   by tho gentleman
who had brought iu the steam stumping plant which had done mm • \,
five weeks towards the clearing of the
land for settlement than the average
could do in 72 years.    (Cheers.)
Mr. Atkins, in a very witty speech,
snid Mr. Oliver was as ready tu meet
men of ali shades of political opinions
aa he himself was to take revenue
frum them, no matter what thei po
litical complexion (laughter). Hi-
hoped the customs revenue would
increase bo that Hun. Mr. Oliver would
bave more money to spend iu promoting tlie work of his department and
tbe sell lenient of the country He
eulogised the progressive wurk done
for RevelstoKe by Mayor Lindmark,
and had always felt that what they
d to
Till-:   MIN 1ST Kit's  Sl'EEOH
Hon. Frank (Hiver, wbo on rising
was  greeted witli a tremendous  ovation, expressed his pleasure at having
that    opportunity   of    meeting   th
business men of Revelsloke.    lt   was
an opportunity   he   wished   to   have
and would nut otherwise have bad, ul
meeting so   many   of    tlieir  business
men aud   hearing   their   views.    The
matters that had  been   mentioned as
being nf   special interest tu the peu-
plo of Revelstuke were   tbo  question
of the settlement ol the land, a public   building for the  Dominion (inv
eminent  departments,   and    railway
ciim.nnnicatiun    to   the    north,    in
regard to   Bending   tbeir    Mayor    to
Ottawa, from  what   he   had   seen of
him, lie would be very much inclined
tu endurse Mr.   Watson's suggestion.
The  matter  of   dealing  witb   the
land in  this  valley  was especially  a
matter   that   concerned   hi-i   department.   The duties devolving on   the
Department of the interior were many
and various, and be hoped   it   would
not be invidious if  he said the question of tbe settlement uf tbe  millions I
of acres east of the Rocky mountains
should have its first attention.     Afier
that oame thu settlement of the lauds
in the railway bolt in  this  fair  province of B. C. which next claimed  the
at.teution of the department,  and  it
was with tbis view tbat be bad  made
several visits tu tbe railway belt.     He
need not s.iy the problems were many
and  complicated.      It   was   not  the
simple matter   the set!Ien.eut of  the
prairie was.      There were many interests tu be considered. When he visiie.l
here two years ago it wns  represented
tu bim the lands in   tbe   valleys   were
uut settled hec.uae   these   lands   wort
tied up by timber limns       With   mm
information in   had  tliey   hid   "ien
getting information us to the amouni
of land  available,   the   amount   that
that of sny other ei'y in i he Domini' n
of Canada, (Cheers) Edmonton had
achieved success i.i the face of what
seemed insurmountable difficulties,
aad it achieved that Buccess because of
the readiness "f the people of Edmonton to co-operate in nny movement
that was fur the general good. While
tbey were ready to bit a head they
were just as   ready   to   hit  the other
'elluw's  head when
occasion required.
j wan
| city
assure the progress of  this j was under timber and what  was  suit-
was more union amongst the ! able for settlement. He was not utile
jcitizims. The Mayor's action in ibis at the moment to give them details.
matter was another stop forward for It would not have been ripe tu have
the betterment of Revelstoke (cheers) | gone forward with the disposition of
Board of Tr de in meeting Mr. Bury 1Jr- Klli°" s»'d !t wa8 a great itbe lautl w>">°"« having thoroughly
general manager of tlie C.P.R, and pleasure for him to he there ,|,at j B°ae into the matter so that the best
coming to a satisfactory arrangement | evening to hear so many speeches and Possible disposition might be made of
with bim for tbe full operation ol the t0 n,eet tbe Hon- Minister of the "• The amouut of land was very
C. P. R. shops here. (Cheers) Tbere jlnt,-ril r- He thought that in reality "m"ed, and.H Would be very easy so
was not a vacant house in tuwn and I Arrowhead was just a suburb of Rev-, nmke a niiatake tbat would tie up the
it was up to them to make further elstoke. He relerred to the a.lvan- l,lmi and endanger the prospects of
residential provision for  the   addition i'"ges of having  the land settled  lu..  tbeir city to that extent.
tween   Arrowhead   and   Revelsluke to      In regard   to   the   public   building
tbe a Wantage of both' towns. (Obeers). they asked for,   lhat   was   nut in the
,,,,,,,.. .,., , responsibilities of hia department but
Mr. R. J. Watson said it gave bun a . , ^..mcutuui
.,• . , in thai, ui public  works.     He under.
great pleasure in   lulu   11)   this   social ,   , ""
-.,   ,, ,..,        , stood tin-   Minister   uf    I'uliiie Works
evening with them.    When  he i  '"
to Revelstuke first itwasa gr. at  sur
prise tu bim tu see  that  more   nine
(Laughter).    He would   give them an
institnee   to show   that if   Kdmontun
bad achieved  success,   possibly it had
deserved   success.    (Cheers).     When
lho question of a trallic bridge for Edmonton was up for the lirst  time, deputations went tu Ottawa to ask  lur a
grunt for it.     An   appropriation was
made.   Then the people uf Edmonton
begun tu think  that   while   a   traffic
bridge wuuld be a   very  good thing it
wuuld lie better to have  a bridge lhat
could be   used   for railway purposes as
well.    If they got a trallic bridge they
wuuld not be likely   to   get   a railway
bridge as well, and   if they got a railway bridge they would nut get a trallic
bridge.    There   was   no railway there
at   the   time,    lie   suggested   to tie
Minister of  1'ublic   Wurks   that they
should   have a combined   railway and
trallic bridge. He replied that it would
cost considerably mure and asked him
if there  was   a   railway   to the river.
He replied there was not.   The minister replied be could   not see any justification fur asking for a railway bridge
if there was nu railway,   but he milled
If yuu will pay   tlie difference in cost
between a railway und trallic bridge 1
will build the combined bridge."    He
asked him what was tbe difference in
cost.   The   minister   replied $25,000.
He wired the mayor of Edmonton, the
council met that   night,   ihere  was a
banker at the meeting and   that  very
night be received a reply that a mark-
id cheque fur the   $25,000   was on its
way to Ottawa, He advised the minister, the bridge was   built,   and it was
not loug till tbey bad the railway into
Kdmontun, as llie result uf the promptitude of  ibe   people   uf   that ciiy iu
themselves   subscribing   and forwarding   iiini   $.(5,000.      Kdiu .iituii   bad
-u end- d     Eil ui ■ ..u     il,.-,   inl   -ne- I
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Declaration of Householders
NOTICE In HEREBY GIVEN that
all householders within the Municipality wishing tu hnve his or her name
inserted mi tin- Voters' List for the
City for the yeai 1910 must make a
declaration before a Justice of the
Peace or other officer entitled to take
such declaration, and the same musl
be handed in to the Oity Clerk's office
un ur before o p.m. on October 31st
next.
Forms oi   Declaration   can  '«•
taincil nt the City Clerk's office.
Revelstoke, B. ('!, Sept. 28rd, 1909.
B. A. LAWSON,
City Clerk.
oh-
FOR RENT
Small  I louse in Suitable
Location.
$10.00    PER   MONTH
FOR SALE
Residences,   Building   Lots
and   Acerage.
Money to Loan
Industrial Stocks
For Sale
KOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street
they were about tu bave tu their population ns a result. This was a matter in which tbey must pull together.
They did nut waul Nelson ur Kamloops or any uther puint in the interior
tu iieat Revelstoke iu progress and
prosperity.    (Cln ers).     They hud tin- i
best situation  geographically
interior ul II. C. and instead  uf
a city of 4,000 they would reach a city
uf   20,000   iu   the    ne.u   lew   years
(Cheers.)
Mr. I'ratt eaid he was glad to be
with tin m iu their welcome to the
Minister of the Interior.
Mr. McCleneghan referred tu the
time when   he   lived   iu   Edmonton,
1 the nienl had not been made to have the
being lands surrounding the ciiy ol Revelstoke settled. There were too mam
trees, aid he felt there must, be sunt"
thing wrung. He thought surely il
oould uut be the limit of the Liberal
Government at Oilaiva   that   this waa
had been here, and tb it representations
were made tu him   iu the matter,    It
I was true that many appropriations
that were made two years ago were
Out out uf last year's estimates. There
was a lulling oil' in revenue, l'iieie
was what the bankers Called a Blackening uf credit tbat made it desirable to
curtail  expenditure,   and   this   place
' was  uut worse   off than others.    He
su, and  be looked   closely   into   the ,, ,
u                    • wuuld be able tu sny to thd Minister
matter.   He was now in a position to ,   ,. ,,.   ...   ,      J                m"HI
,,   ,         ___  .            .. •                  ..,, 0|   Public Wurks there   was   a   verv
ell tbem that  everything  wns sel lied "   yarY
,   ,               ,,  ,                               ,i progressive   business cuminunitv here
and there would  bj   nn  mure  trouble ;____.          ,,   ,          "•"ttttuutmy iiere
ll j"U .nil p I'.l lugeilier you can ,'u
thus.line iiiing lur this city of RevelBtoke which certainly louks sn pros
perous and enterprising. [Renewed
cheers. | While he did
them, whenever his services were of
auy value to them they were at their
disposal.   | Oheers].
Notice is
after dale I
In regard to tbe admin atration of
tbe public lands, their purpose waa to
iuspire the public confidence in the
fact tbat the public cuuld rely on getting frum tht: Dominion Government
a square deal. | Cheers |. That was
the object tbey had in view by the
course they were following. : Cheers .
Tbey believed they could nut achieve j
siicci ss hy any other course, and i;i the
in lway belt and in this valley thei |
hoped by tho policy thoy hud in view
t' si cure tha confidence of the public j
thai they were getting a iquare deal
iu tlie administration ol these lands
[Cheers] '
The party separated with the Biug-'
nig ol the national auiliem, and Hon.
Mr Olivei took the train en n ute for
Edmontun, well pleased with his visit
to Revelstoke, aud lhe information
glined on hi- trip through the railway
nofu
Ih-n-M giv.-n that on,- month
intend to apply to the Su,.,-r
intcndeni .-I Provincial Police lor a renewal of my hotel license to sell intoxicating;
nut represent j Itquoi under tbe provisions of the Statutes
in that bebalfin lhe premises known and
described as the Kootenay Hotel, situated
at Burton, B.C., for ilu* half-year from
December   31st,   190-1, to June 30th,
Dated Oct. .13rd, 1909.
oc 23 im Stephen Podbh__.lani.ik.
1910.
Bead the Full  Page Ad. about
BURNABY HEIGHTS
Kveryboily knew   Mr.  Oliver  aud all
recognised there was no man  iu tbe! 0VBr ti,e settlement of the land.    Hi
town who  had  the  interests   of  Ed-! had   1<een   olOSetAd   with    tbe   Hon
monton su much  at  heart.    He  had \ Minister that evening and  the dilli- ,      , .,  ^_
worked tooth and   nail  for  the  place cul,ies that had  cropped up would be  "       y m      e""HK,or,Ufou   of the «0T
aud tbe credit of the position which cleared away.   (Oheers).• He had his er°ment'a Pr°P8' P'<">« tor the estab
FOR OUT DOOR WORK
IN THE WETTEST WEATHEB
NOTHING EQUAIS
Waterproof
GARMENTS
THEY 100IT1EU.
WEAR WED.
WHL NOT LEAK
soi*mrnsr
MAimtmnm
Ton* Guumm (telWMK'O in 1—itm\
in a city will located for handling
tlie public business uf the siirroiiudiug
country (cheers) —a   place   that was
Edmuutun  had tu-day  achieve!
largely due  tu  him.   (_C
ueved   waB   ups and downs   in   politics,  but   this   """""*"'
beers!    This n.i    ,       , ._. Kevolstc
UD010;.    una   hub not a political meeting.     Itw.isa
lishnient   of   public   ollices   (cheers),
kc was a place  that   was here
*.      - .        _VUB   HOI   1*   |,U,IUWU   ,'" '  ' mfc. . v   n.in  ,,      .
was the une place in the whole nf the  b„sjness  men's  gathering and  when  ">r V?**'   Bml  ""   t,",   B°vernment
west where the people did not hesitate the business  men gut  together  tbey   w,mUI be duing business   fur   keeps it
to put tbeir bands in their pockets
when required and pull together lor
the goud ul their tuwn.   (Cheers).
The Mayur then called on J. M.
Kellie, whom he characterised, whatever their political differences, as one
who,when in public life, proved himself
to be an hunest man,    (Cheers).
Mr. Kellie said Kevelstoke bad a
great future belore it   it   it   Ooulil   get
proper transportation,   .it tbe present
could  bring   succesa   to   their   work  WM "•tu.™"y,'  "'"t,"r  lluU Ule »r°-
(Oheere).   The work he per bmma* "' tha P|lWw departments
every  time.
bad done since coming tu Revelsluke
with a view to straightening out t he
(lilliculties that had existed was d mi
undor the siuriul ilireclion uf I! n
Mr. Oliver. (Oheers), He had a in-
picinn that they might take olfenii at
send i un a man Irum Ontario tod" tli is
work when there   were   men  In   B  (!.
should lie provided Iur here (cheers)
The opening of  the country to the
north was nut in   the   hands   uf   tin
government proper,     It rested on tlio
initiative and antl rprise uf Ilu- railway
i-iiliipiiiiiis, but lb.it might be secumled
by the government  iu  the sii»|
assistance tbey might give towards thu
cariyiug nut nf the wurk (cheers).     if
whu could du it as well as be. lie ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
time it cost IHO to .$40 a Ion lu get had not, however, found very niucli M,lt"1' '>• r»ilw»y proportion was mude,
supplies into the Big Bend. Thero said against his appointment and be"18 ^minion Government would be
were great  miueral   and   timber   re- cuuld tell them  that  iu  all   disputes|deposed tooonsidsrit favorably, They
hud ovory confidence  in   the country
relerred to hy   Mr.  Kellie,—that there
was a rich   section   ol   country 10 be
sources in that country.   There was a  that   bad  cume befure   him   he   hnd
large area it goud laud in the vicinity  endeavored to settle  tbem  strictly un
tln-ir merits.
if Canne   Kiver   which   cuuld   nut   he
These weie lhe inslruc
developed, and it was unu  uf  the pr
jectB that might   very   well be   taken
up.    (Cheers).
Some nf the speakers hud boon good
enough tn refer to his OUilllliCtioU with
settled till ihey gut a railway (Cheers) tiuns of the.  Hon.  Minister,   and   lie
Take the work   now   being   dine on had dune his best In curry  tbem out.
French Greek,   It coBt those  people The Hon. Mr. Oliver hsd always been
$1)0 to $105 a ton to get their supplies regarded as  the member   lur   British
in there this  teasou.   In discussing Columbia in tho Home ol Oommont-,
matters   with Mr.   Oliver lhat alter- (Cheers),   One  way  to get the   l>'-  the city of Kdmontun us au example
noon be had remarked thai he wished minion   Government  building   they that might bu followed,    Ho  did nut
tn get the views  ol  the  people  as   a   wanted  was   tu  send  their   Mayor tu  think there wus unylli ug tn complain
whole aa to tbe beat means ut settling Ottawa.   (Cheers).     He  know Irom about in the oity nl Revelsloke,    The
the lands.   It was Impossible ti) got wb it be had seen ol him they would seoret nf the suooeis nl Edmonton was
settlers on   the land  if  tiny  had  to get that building and  every!bin-.' elm   tliu cti-iipenition   of   its   citi/i-ns   in
depend on mailing   a   living   out ol it they wanted,     (Chn-rs and liiiiub'  ')
lor a numlier of years.      It wou.d be S He was   always    on    top,    (Ken     "
good sobeme to sell five acre blocks iu laughter),   They bad u Mayur i-   1
people who would elear ths land ami borse together at tbe head ol tin    1
cultivate it with nt requiring tbem to ol   Revelatoke,     i Roars ol laugh ■
live on It until ibsy gjt it In product- At lor blmiell,  outside  bis  bumbl
ive  condition.    He whs   gird   to  111 cipai-ity they wcuild always find   Iiini ' E'linuntin was more r
I
every moveiuonl calculated to udvanoe
the best interest nf the city    He knew
that cunditiun was necesmry iii
success, Mr. McCleneghan hud mentioned that wus I hi imii lilinii in the
oity uf   Edmonton,   Tba   progress ol
nrl,able than THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
GRIP AND PRSS WORD
Gold Range No. 26., Knights ot
Pythias.
f'li Monday evening Gold Kange
Lodge h»id a special meetiug to re-
ceive tbe utticial visit of Urand Chancellor Bro. K. A. Townley. The members responded generously by turning
up in goodly numbers. After tlie ceremony ol receiving the grand chancellor, the Ktii_j111 Rank team, with the
issista f   Bro    1.   II    Buck,   i I
Ra . . 'v     T
.;, I.-,\. ires W alkden and Oami r n,
made i scelleot Candida l - a ai
although the Murk was probably not
up to the efficiency of some crack
tenuis of the Domain, they showed
that they were up and doing, and in
the near future, would give them a
run for their money.
After tin. rank was conferred tho
lodge was put under Good of the
Urder. Tbe grand ohancellor gave a
vi-ry ab ■ -.ii-i-ii in which he outlined
the work being done in the Domain,
giving us .smne good-natured criticism
ui t: e exemplifying of the wurk, and a
great many valuable pointers which
the lodge will not tail to profit by.
The meeting then adjourned to the
I'niun Restaurant where the proprietor, liru. Stuart McDonald, bad pit-
pared a very dainty repast. After do
iug justice to the lull uf fare, the usual
toasts and speech-making were indulge,1 in, the toast to the King
being responded to by all rising and
singing tiod Save The King.
Tbe toast tu tlie (Irand Lodge was
very ably responded to by the grand
chancellor. Bro, Burridge then favored us with a song, which was much
appreciated.
The toast to Subordinate Lodges
was ably responded to by C. V.. Bro.
Smith and P. 0. liru. Buck. Bru. Buck
among uther humoriBms said, that to
have a successful lodge, it was necessary to do as a woman in keeping a
contented husband, yuu had to feed
the Brutes, su be considered the sucial
side of the drder waa absolutely necessary.
The toast tu Visiting Brothers was
responded to by Bro. Norman, of New
Westminster, aud Bro. Mctlaghrau, of
Arrowhead.
The Uniform Rank by Lieutenants
Brock and Bradshaw.
The Praises of the Pythian .Sisters
were sung by liros. Hillier and Reader,
wbo both claimed it was absolutely
necessary lur people to have sisters.
Bro. Cooke then favored the assembly with a song in his usual classic
manner, and after singing "Auld Lang
Syne," the buys crept away to their
respective home.-, thoroughly enthused
with i'yttiiauism.
THE CIH POLICE
Plan to Ensure Prompt attention
to Complaints.
The Police Commissioners, at a
meetiug Wednesday night, recommended tbe city council tu adopt the recommendation of Chief Parry, that
red lights should be placed at the
mast prominent street corners uf the
city where tbey would immediately
attract the attention of utlicera on
duty.
Often people ring iu cuir.plaiuts tu
the city pulice office, wheu the only
person there is the gaoler, und of
course be cannot leave. lie has to
wait till an ollieer reports tu advise
nim uf the complaint requiring his
attention. Iu that way valuable time
might lie lust and  tbe culprit escape,
Now Chief Parry wants to make
■ur-.- ibat immediately a complaint i-
reported to the police station it shall
nave attention, and in tbe event oft
crime being committed there ia thus a
better chance of securing the identifi- i
cation snd am:-, ol the offender if the
peli ■•• oan b<   ii tbe spot immediately. I
Ths method suggested has been
successfully adopted  by several oitiesI
and has proved   a Valuable aid in lup.
pressing crime, snd • ic ng the offenders, as ottioers are sure - notice tbe
re '. light when il .- ■ imi d on, or very
-.. rtly after, and ring up tin-central
office t< Snd tbe I ■cation ol the complaint, They ran tbue be on tho , t
with tbe lea.-l p - lible    ss ol I Ime
[lite- i
are   every-
with  Purity
Baking   triumphs
clay   occurrences
flour.
Highest   grade   in  the  world.
Home' made bread
awarded fir:t prize
at the  National
Exhibition, Toron: ,  was
made  from   Purity    i .iur.
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Ltd.
Mills at St. Boniface,
Godench, Brandon.
Ofiice, Winnipeg, Manitob.
CC__^B=>
More bread and better bread
gj
NEW MINING ENTERPRISE
Pioneer Placer Mining Company
to Operate
Bradley has transferred
•ri Placer Mining Co., Ltd,
in I In- placer property he
French Creek,   The new
gold producer. The geological con-
ditions are favorable for extensive
gold deposits and the uld timers themselves have told us they worked nothing thai did not yield them a return of
SU" pei day per man, ns, with the
extra heavy expense they wore under
then, they could not handle ground of
lesser value and make it puy.
Only five years ago Nels. Denial's,
who was the leader of the old placer
miners of the liig Beud, told us he was
satisfied there was .--till lots of placet-
ground in the Big Bend that could be
made to pay under uiodctii methods
and less eust of transportation than in
their dav.
.1. 0. Bradley will be in charge of the
wurk this winter. We wish the new
company all success in their venture,
nnd their success means much to
Kevelslnke iii attracting tlie attention
of capital to that rich section of country which wuuld appear t" be only
awaiting transportation to prove oue
niusl attractive mining sections
Mr. K. A
in the Pioni
his interest
has held on
company has lieen organised uuder the
i"ini sluek company laws of British
Coluuiliin with n capital of $."_00,OUO,
I'he directorate is composed nf well
known business men in Kevelslnke and
Cleveland,
The company have purchased a pack
train and are now rushine supplies to
the mine with ;i view to prosecuting
work all winter. Tbe work planned
lm-the winter months will give era-
plciyinont tn from 25 to HO men. Arrangements have been made with an
eastern syndicate ti
stock, so thai the m
practically guaranteed to ensure an
"Heel ive system of development work
md the installation of the musl. up-to-
date machinery to handle a proposition
of the kind.
French Creek was the main standby
ol the Big Bend during the days of
the gold excitement of the sixties, and
old tlmsrs have told us that   French
Creek city, which was the main camp 	
of these old-time placer minors, had at
one time a population of 7,000 people, Mr. Gordon, inspector of factories,
In these old duy- French Creek pro- uaB inspected the Gibbons Lumber
tluced hundreds of thousands of dollars Company's mill at Pingston Creek,
worth of gold, and at discovery was and has ordered the easing of
one of the richest creeks ever struck,  the belting and other improvements
underwrite the of the musl attractive
essiii-y capital is of British Columbia-
Road the Full   Page Ad. abuut
BURNABY  HEIGHTS
The gold was coarse, nuggets of as
much as 25 ounces iu weight having
I een found i here.
iiuin;;tii lli" gold being scattered
ovei- a largo in en one oi ilu- iii :.i works
iu be undertaken will he the sinking
of .i new Bhall. li is stated thai te
n uui" ul ill" ground shows areas which
will i nn from Si to $U pei j ard and
while this is rich ground il hi- been
[ound   impossible   bv    the    primitive
methods hithei lo adopted  lake il
pay.     With   the   installation   of the
machinery    proposed   and   the   n,-«
plans of development   it   is expected
this ground can be worked
of l'i .nn $1.50 to $   I" l. >nd '
if tbi^ can  be achievi d th     lompai
ii.u very prospei I    il  earning
dividends on the capital invested. The
lu-ii'i -. -ii   l bi    .reek sl
ui. i- thirtj is     een
calculated to improve the Bafety of the
employes from accidents.
Tbe Hood Lumber Cumpany have
nuw got I heir mill completed at
Taft. Tbe construction work ol their
1 igging railway into their limits on
Crazy Creek bas lieen completed, tbe
rails laid and tbe track put in shape
fur business. Mr Taft, the general
manager, informs ua they will positively start "p> rai ne il this line
new mill next spring.
For Sale
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MQRflLISMS
Polici   il igi li rn-   I oster   says  thai
In S--\i s-Adverl i'i omitted i he ' Ital
pai i "i i he i ttilw iy policj ul ihe Mc-
I'.i de gi v.-i nmnnl "ii « lllch 1 bev unit p peal ing to the country,    Ilu declares
ie policy includes n inilway frum
Tete  Jaum    i   i"h"   to   Kei'-I stoke i in
I.- Big Bend unl i le- completion of
the Arrowhead and Kootenay railway
As no reference is made to these works
jo fm in ilu- official announcement of
this policy by Prcmii r McBride, | pi"
in- asking wliether Mr, Foster changed
the government mi!wny plans to i I
the circumstanci ■      I    ibis anothei
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WHY BUY LOTS IN
1. Because BURNABY HEIGHTS is so
located that as the cities of Vancouver and
New Westminster grow, so the property in
this location increases in value.
2. The B.C. Electric have a Station within 4 minutes walk of BURNABY HEIGHTS
and a good car service, and the Great Northern
R. R. has a depot a short distance from the
property.
3. Because the construction of another
tram line will be started in 30 days, and it is
planned to be in operation by the early part of
next year. This line will go through Lot 86,
and BURNABY HEIGHTS is in Lot 86.
4. There are two other surveys for tramways close to this property all of which will
enhance the value of lots in Burnaby Heights.
5. Because when you buy lots in BURNABY HEIGHTS, you will not have to pay for
putting in the streets or sidewalks and you do
not have to pay interest or taxes while paying
for your lot.
6. Because $10 a month will buy a lot,
and you can pay that.
7. Because BURNABY HEIGHTS has
no gulleys, no ravines, no rocks to blast and
has good soil and beautiful scenery.
Because you will Double Your Money
In Two Years
And so we could go on and give you a hundred reasons why Burnaby Heights is the place
to buy a lot either for a home, for speculation or investment. You do not have to travel for an
hour and a half on a launch, then ride for two hours in other conveyances before you reach the
property. No, Burnaby Heights lies between Vancouver and New Westminster and you can get
there on the B. C. Electric.   Do not be foolish and let this opportunity of making money slip by.
Take no Notice of the Knocker
The man who will KNOCK a proposition such as we make, is either eaten up with jealousy
because he is not able to buy, and does not want you to, or he hates and dislikes you to make
money, because he has not the brains to do it himself; or he might be a man that has an axe to
grind, and will say to you, I can do better for you than Burnaby Heights.
Never in the History of the Real Estate World
have the people had a chance to buy lots in such a beautiful section as Burnaby Heights, and with
such a future, for big profits, as is now offered by us. WE DEFY any and everyone to dispute us,
we know what we are talking about, we are not tenderfeet in this business; we are not greenhorns
in developing property. We know the future of Burnaby Heights, and can back up our statements
by undeniable facts.
Men Here is a Chance
to get in and make some money. IT IS UP TO YOU. Which would you sooner
do, put your money in the bank at 3 per cent, per annum, invest in a place where
its future is not assured, or take a chance at a SURE THING. BURNABY
HEIGHTS IS A SURE THING and we know it, and can prove it to your own
satisfaction.
So cut out this coupon and mail it at once to
Joseph Leibly or Fred Phillips, Revelstoke Hotel,
Revelstoke, or call at the Hotel and they will give
you facts that will surprise you.
LEIBLY & BLUMER REALTY GO.
MAIL THISXOUPON AT ONCE
Please send price, full information  and
view booklet about Burnaby Heights property.
Name	
Address in full	
^ THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
Revelstoke Electoral District
TAKE NOTICE that I hnve received an objection in writing to your
name being retained on the List of Voters fur the Revelstoko Electoral District, un mi  more uf the following grounds!   That the person objected lo is
dead; that he ceased fur a period uf six months next before Ilu- holding of the
Court tu reside in such Electoral Dislricl: that In- is nut. under the provisions
of the Act, qualified to vote; that In- was nut su qualified to vote when his
name was placed un the Register of Voters.
NAME OF PERSON
OBJEI TKIi -in
RESIDENCE ni-' I'KltsiiN
OnJECTEl) -I'u
Allan, Garland T.
Anderson, Andrew .1.
Anderson, Wallace
Anderson, Andrew J.
Anderson, Oscar Y.
Armstrong, John Wilson
Armstrong, Roberl
Armstrong, 11,-m y F.
Armstrong, jr., Robert
Atchison, John
Babb, l-'i-e,lk. T.
Banks   Hiram 11.
Banks, William S.
Barber, William
Barrett, Joseph
;■;irr.. Frank
.:_■_-. in. [ohn 11
He:;, Geo   F,
Bethune, Percy Stafford
Biggs, Reuben
.;■..•."::, Peter M.
Black, John King
Blarl, Joseph
Blawett, \V. J.
'•■iu. Alfred
Bovd, Geo
Bo'yd, Daniel Allan
;.-. , llej . Willi.iiii ("un
Branford, Kdgai  John
ridger, KuU-ri J.
Bn ivi::. I lugli A-
Bl 'Vi ll,  l'r.ink ''-.
Burgess, Henri II.
Cameron,  Kwen I'.
im A
.    ■ Walter li
Cain] lieu   11
Campbell,  Vi
Camo   i   S.
Carlson, Andrew
Caroti, 11. l"ortuti;i
Carson,  Willi,on  Henri
Carlvle, Leouard K,
Carr, William George
Cai;    1'erc; A.
Casson   lb in
Chambers, William A.
i hai '■ Vldaizi
Cinriier. Telesphoro
Christie, Herbert Geu
Cliristoplierson, ( arl
Cliristison, Roberl 1
Clarki    Kussell 11
eAir!-.. '  r i   Rnperl
i : irk    '     '.  M.
Clai       tnthoni C,
Clark, Burtl
Clarke, David D.
v    ll -     \'"r:ih.ii!i I-..
rk   Charles
i h John
Cole Charles
i    -;i_::;.i!i.  1 :i '.
Coj   * harles
Crawford. Alexander
Crawford, John A.
L'ri'f-.. John
Crowli   S   D
Davidson, (anie
DeRose   Phili]
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I Mtch.'i
''   . •     Han
i • ;:-.
■ I    -      ,lll
Kdwards, Freilcrii'..
'- .   ■    Thomas
Kisill :     \   • ■::
Entwistle, Kiel
i   -':.   Arthur Henry
hmai     \   .\
i luki    Vlfn
Fi iwler, Waltei
Frasei   Clifl  i
Fraser   Ainu*
Frasc:    Varc.n
Mai
Fait       ' imes I •
Edwin R
Gil ;    Peti: i
Goldsmith, I.- orge
1 •- - un, I. Mc.
' irahant,  Thos. J.,~.
' iri i nwood, Maurice
-• ii
Guthrie, Willi
Harl '■•'. Henry
H -.- ■-. rd  William A
Hayward, Fred
High, George W
Hill, Char]
i i ol :    Vlexai
Hi • kins, William I-.
Houlahan, T. J.
ii'---.-.-ii. James
:. •     Thomas A
Jenison, .'-.r-.!;ur R
Jensen, i hristi in A
Johnson  ' '■•■ i
Robt. 1
Jone^   Kenneth M
Jones, Stanli •■
Julian   Mike
K,,:;,    '■'..:-
:-' _        k   A
Ke;...    Tr.  ■
Kenward  Alfri
Kenned)   ;>
Kin-.- erle
L ide   Vincei I
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Lar-._.-;:  i
:.,.::_.-;;  Je
i. iwren .- , 1 r« '--r.ck W
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Levir, Phili]
Lewis  E   ll
Lindsay, John W
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MacDoi     I        •■
MacDonald   I   ■ lei   •
MacKenrie  i)  i •
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Maddex, Ro
Magi -■  _' i.i
'■: ii loiu  J. I.
'■;  ■      Edward  '.
M i- b   i hai li
'.; rnohe, A. I.
theral    : ■ ■
il    ■■:   William
Montj   i'   •
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Morrison  .;
'.'., rrisol   Ji      C
Moultoti   '.v
Mot ■     Wi      .■■■!! K
Mowi     w lliam
Munro, Roberl • -
Murd^k. Ja    '
Mnrkar, John
Murpbj, Robi rl
Murray, Robl   ■ •
Murro      ilex. B
Mi Vdam,  Vlex,
Mi Caffrey, Chas
Mi i'.-'.- ■     Vngui
McCalluiii   |ohn N
McOlure, Hugh
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revolstoke
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrow head
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revi Istoke
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstuke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstuke
Camborne
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Hellion
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelsluke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Beaton
Arrowhead
Revelstuke
Revelstoke
Camborne
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Anowheiid
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Beaton
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldlields
Revelstoke
\ll"V.tie.i'l
\irow head
Wigwam
\rroivhead
Arrow head
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstuke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Beaton
\rrovvlielid
Revelstoae
Vrroll In .el
Vrrow head
Beaton
Revelstoke
Ri \. Istoke
Vrrcnvlteail
Arrowhead
Revelsloke
Camborne
Beaton
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowl
Arrowhead
Rev-: --"k
Goldfields
Vrrowhead
\rr" .head
Ri -. ■
Revi Istoki
Beaton
Goldl     ■
Re ,-elsl  k
Vrro
Ri vi
Revi
Caml orm
Held
Revi
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Revi
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Revi  il  -
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Revi
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Arro     -i
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Arrowhead
\rro iin-.el
Arr" .hi id
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ill-nil
Revi ;t"l- ■
Arrowhead
I!.-.' tokc
Arm bead
Sl Leon
I "iiiiii'orm-
Revi Istoke
Arrowhead
('niiili'iiii'
Goldfields
('nml	
Beaton
Vrrowhcail
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
PROFESSION, TRADE
IIH r.M.l.lNll
Engineer
Mechanic
Blacksmith
Sawyer
Farmer
Machinist
Machliiisl
I lining Oar l-linp.
Machinist
Laborer
Bushinan
Logger
Lumberman
Machinist
Laborer
Fireman
Laborer
Butcher
Clerk
Laborer
Millwright
Clerk
Teamster
Miner
Lumberman
Rancher
IJngineer
Tninsitmaii
Freighter
Lumberman
I :igar Miuit.
Merchant
Fireinan
Liimlier-iiiiiit
Teamster
Miner
Railwav Conl.
Filer
Mereliant
Laborer
Miller
('iirpi-llli-t
Engineer
IllilkelUilll
Brakeman
Luiiiberuiaii
Clerk
Millmaii
Shmelniiiii
Rancher
Laborer
I'm iini-
I lespatcher
Miner
Carpenter
Clerk
Bushinan
Trainman
Carpenter
Clerk
Shoemaker
Carpenter
Millmaii
Lumberman
Freighter
Freighter
Miner
Rancher
Engineer
Miner
C, r. R. Simps
C P. R. Agenl
I'.l.ulel
Sciilt-i
Liimbi i in.i ii
Ltimberiuaii
I,nni1'! rinaii
Steam fitter
Ccippi rsinitb
Mncliiiiist Upi
Trav. Salesman
Lunilierman
Deckhand
T,l. i Iperatoi
I   n ■ ' liter
Luiiiberiiinti
Engini
M ,
Lumbi ,
v. tit, ■
Mini i
Bridgi  I' •
Llllt]!" - -
l,.il">ri •
I
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Lain -1 ■
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Minei
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B.   kk
Bnshi
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Lumbei
Engii
M
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Miner
Te!    '
Mai iiini-i
\l ■
i irpenler
Horn. Ex.
■
Lumberman
Carpenter
M    in,in
Brakeman
Tel    1 Ipl | i-
I,     -    -
I   il pi n" •
Ltitnbi
Lu mbi
ii.-iiii-.t
Lumbi t in '
Mu linn i
Fireman
i, iii'.i ■
Minn
Machlnl '
Liimberni.m
Mm. i
('"iiii.ii on
1,,-iburer
Teamster
Lurhhermiui
Cnrpentci
Lumberman
lip
Mil)iiim.i, Hugh 0,
McGowau, Robert
Mcintosh, 1 iiiucnn A.
Mclsaac, Dougald D.
McLaughlin, Morley T.
McLennan, [ohn D,
McLeod, Inlin
Mel.".nl, Aliens
McLeod, George F.
Mel.ei.il.    \l.-llie
McPherson, James I),
Nnhrsted, Henry.
Nenl, Frederick It.
Olson,  I'eter
Page, Thomas 11
Parker, Roberl
Ptirtclou, K"i  M.
Paul, Eclward
Peppard, lyiiivrencc
Peppard, Aubrey S.
I'erssun. Gttstave
Perry, Joseph
Peterson, August
Poirier, Hector
Pombert, George
Ralph, Samuel S.
Keinond, Gabriel
Richard, William S.
Robertson, D. J.
Robinson, Geo. S.
Rosaignol, John
Rosswornt, Wesley A.
Sadler, George 11.
Siiinitiuiiils, breilk. J.
Sandhaui, W. A.
gangster, George
Slniver, Henry A.
Shaw, Juhn
ihaw, John J.
Shaw, John V.
Smith, Peter J,
Soucie, Frank
ioucie, Allilreii
. ipurlitlg, Julin ti,
Stewart, Fred VV,
Stevens, Robert
Slew irt, Geo. A.
Sunnier, George
Sutherland. John J.
Taylor, Stephen
Thorn, George
Weir, Eclward
Weir. R.
Wharton, III.
Whilfen. Frank li.
Wickens, W. K.
VViddicombe, John
Wilson, William T.
Wilder, l-'rniik
Wills, Alfred
Williiinis.   Henn.
Wood,  luim A. '
Wood, j. A.
Woodland, James J.
Wright, Merrill B.
/.seliieiliieb. Charles
Zschiedrich, Ernest ('.
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Comaplix
I \iltl;ipli\
Kevelslnke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Heiitou
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Revelsloke
Kevelstoke
Kevelsloke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldfields
Arrowheail
Camborne
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Camborne
Hulls Uncling
Halcyon
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arruwheud
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Camborne
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstuke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelsluke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Lumberman
Millmaii
Miner
Bridge Carpenter
Lumberman
Conductor
Miner
Miner
Barber
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Fireman
Miner
Merchant
Miner
l-'ilelllilll'
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Laborer
Lumberman
I'liinermaii
Miller
Captain
Carpenter
Miner
Muster Mariner
Cook
Lumberman
Lumberman
Plaiiernuin
Storekeeper
Miner
Miller
Farmer
Teiunsiei
Lilbnler
llespiltehei
Bushman
Barber
Carpenter
Bricigntan
Electrician
Clerk
Lumberman
Civil Engineer
Miner
Timekeeper
Machinist
Machinist
Laborer
Lumberman
Fireman
Carpenter
Ledger-keeper
t llerk
Lumberman
Teamster
Butcher
Freight Clerk
Clerk
Bartender
Mill Foreman
Lumberman
Laborer
Lumberman
TRAM JNE FDR BURNABY
Big Steel Plant-Big Demand for
lots in Burnaby Heights
Vane
li.
Tlu-
II
lo be   belli on the lsl
j lu o'clock iii the
vou. or some other
in is nut well found-
'.Nli TAKE NOTICE that nl the Court of Revision
dav "I November, 1900, ,u Court House, Revelstoke,  li. 1'.. .
forenoon I sbnll bear .unl determine llie   sume.   nml   unless
Provincial voter, on your bell'nlf, satisfies iue that said object!
ed, 1 shall strike your name of the snid Register.
Dated ilii- Iih dat ol October, 1909,
I-..  liliU \RDS,
Registrar "f Voters for Revelstoke Electoral District
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
I'niler Nuw Management
WHITE HELP|0NLY
UNION HOTEL
AUHO \ HK.Wi. II.C
municipal council lust night finally considered tin.1 route <>f tlie   ram   extension
nf llif  Hriii^li Columbia   ftleclric   Uml
way company through ilu-  district,   aud \
Look   action   endorsing   a   definite   line:
from New Westminster Lo a   point   n^ar
ilu* eastern boundary of Hastings Town- \
siti-.
This action settled tlie much discussal
question of the route to Ik- Followed by
ihi' new line, Tin- company's promise
in this regard i> Lo initiate operations
within thirty days .nnl prosecute the
work diligently until tlie line is completed. Assistant Manager Glover stated for ilu- company this morning that
ilu- progress made on the lim- would dr-!
poinl greatly upon ihu weather prevail-!
ing this winter, but that plans had been
laid su as to enable it to be opened early
next year.
An idea of the route lo hi- taken may
be traced from a map of Burnaby, when
it is stilted thai it begins al a point in
loi nne ;it the terminus of the Sapperton
line and will continue almost sfnti^ht
until near Burnaby Lake, when it will
touch and travel along lot .Sti, 87, -SS, S'),
etc. The building of this tram lias
caused a great deal of activity iu the
real estate market and llie demand for
loLs in Burnaby Heights, ilu- new residential section, is still going on.
Another thing that is helping aloug
the Burnaby'section is the demand lor
large sites by industries, it is reported
Lhal a large American Railway Supply
Manufacturing com pain has secured
'land an.I   will   erect   a   |50U,00U   plant.
James   A.   Moore,    President   of   the
Western Steel Corporation,  reported   on
ilu- best authority Lo have secured a   site
j for a plant lo cost   tun   million   dollars.
| \11 of tliese vast   undertakings and  lhe
large amouul   ol   mone>    that   will   be
I spent in Burnaby, means large profits to
the buyers in this section,   especially   in
! Burmiln Heights      I'ropert)   lhat   sold
lor   four   and   live   hundred   dollars   an
acrea year ago, isloday   bringing   more
than double thai priee.and a big demand
-till continues.
Tlie Bur nab) Heights property, which
is owned Ii> ;i Vancouver and Seattle
llealtj company, is considered l>\ nun
lhal know, iis uin-ut llie best buys on
lhe market today, and bigger profits
will be realized in this section   than   the
most oi others
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
W A N T E I)
ival-shaped     locket.
i ist   Hold,
In- ii ii_K lb "i K-T. ,-n.''Ii-m uu
i;
-ule and on the cither HUH. $2 i
ward -viil I"- paid t" Under up - -
turning   same   to   McKinnon's   Cigar
Stun
l-i 11
Special  Altptitinn given   I"   couuuercial
iun   iiii'l   Inu.ists,     I us! .-Ins-   sample
rooms, Kinest scenery in liritish Colum- |
bia, overlooking Upper Arrow I.nke.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
Last Chance for
|     Mill Wood
Owing tu di tli eul-ies in ileliv ring in
November and December, ive will nut
guarantee prompt delivery after Nuv.
1st. We have two teams un muv and
will ib liver all • rders promptly at $2
|ier I "I ii der live losde nnd $1 7."i per
1 md tor live loads and over.
ORDER NOW
Bowman Lumber Company. Ld.
sep '_!- 1 111
WANTED    V       irtli   I .-- stal •
ii y engineei     Vpply   tn   J. C
Hutchison, RevelstokeSl    i    Laundry
WANTED   A   mui   '
A-   payn I  r   the
,vork _-:.-   -uiil
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Appll  li   !    Ma Hers
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SHOW I' VKD WRITING
Hi.! se painting
HOUKE DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
I 'V rk   Guaranteed.
Promptly   Filled.
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Street and Robson Ave.
14k. GOLD BROOCH
S5.00
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'('Ills IJrci ii  i ml.,Ill   rn i !-
I I u<_  sold,     t\ Thp
n  lie-   M..[.lr  Llll  nre uf ii
■ uv im. ility,
If i. snclotsd   in    i  handsoflis
velvet lined cs.e    snd is nenl pu-.c-
psld   l'i   nuv   BddrSII   in   '  ni'inl '
.-.. i i.i ilu- ^ nkun   ii,mn receipt ol
|.i.IIII    „rder by Ihe iitunt" r 308.
M Mi Mill CATALOGUB ft
Out hinJwttifly lllu.inucd m titt* ml.'
,■,,,1. ... l_tifmnn_.il, I-.--I-. s,i nrwirt,
l.t.lhrr, A.,. Good, ami Nov.luei, lm
..p..i. rtqnttl __________
Ryrie Bros.,limited
H4-MH Vnntin Slreel
IOKONIO
FOR SALE
A Hall Safe
An Oak Standing Office Desk
A Roll-Top Desk
A Long-Carriage Empire
Typewriter.
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Thi' M\II.-HERALI)
ICI;
INVEST
hi   "."mil.  Iron
iii i"
,i    ■ holi   tli
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and - ii-
M' l'i -     Ind   "thei   m 'k'
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ilu    ' |1 i,,utuiin i" .1"   ."   mi
nl il I   i. disposed "I
JOHN  BULL,
Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDEMERE DISTRICT
Visited by Mr. Middleton for
Provincial Government
Mi. Middleton, ol the Provincial De-
Ipartmetit ol Agriculture, was in the cit>
W'ednesdaj ami Thursday, having just
returned Irom a trip i<> the Windemere
tlistrtct of Ivast- Kooteua\. concerning
which the Hureau of Provincial tnfor-
malion are ^ettiny om a booklet descriptive of that conntn -Mr. Middleton
considers the Windeinerc countn the
must heauitful lu* has ever seen, with its
natural parks, a inl lake-- ami streams
aliouudiny in lisli 'I'he s<nl is rich and
U well adapted to Imii yrowiugand general farming. A uursen has been started at Canterbury, on lhe west siile of
Wiudeutere hake. Notwithstanding the
cold weather, the orchards came out
fairh well, ami Mr, Middleton considers
they suffered no more than tliose in the
(ikanagan.
Mr. Middleton was favorably impress-
"1 with llie whoh- Columbia Valley
south of Golden, which he describes as
birder than the Okanagatl Valley, ami
lilesseil with ricli soil and an abundance
of wilier.
At VVindemere a com pan j is al work
bringing in irrigation water from Boulder ' 'reek, a tributary of Toby t'reek, and
has acquired a lari_;e area of land which
il will subdivide and settle.
Revelstoke Schools' League
The third game in lhe uei-ies for the
poseession ul' ihe Shield was played ull'
yesterday un the X. ,M. C. A. grounds
.mil resulted in u ii in lur I be llitrb
school »ii h i score uf 5-2,
Tin- n.i    was   divided   intu two
halves uf twenty minutes each. Diirlnn
be to i   bull   I T.itn e.   Daniel i (Oapl i
i  .oi.- one K"iil t"i He- lliith Hchoul and
Sidney   liobbiim   iwn; i-  Uoi-aon ain
-   i.-.l in   reaching   the   nel   \iill
fill    III'    I'llblie   Bchuol,     Gib
in   decoral c»cl t be lent e t In ee luiuuti i
ougli  i'i-'.-      During  ilu-  ■ eeund
ll .11   IT.-, I     l.i I.le    nml    Jan.    I.nil lei
iu,ub- une goal each for ibe lli/b
s, I,""I Kul,bin. I.i Hie and Hi nee
u-ii-   penalized     minute tiac>li for
i "...I, pi ,..,     .In i ,i   ilie whlsl I" bleu
the I'ulilii    <lu ul   - < I line i   Ai
.   ...ii In- High M-hul is in   the  lend,
K't'ie.-.      Klllle     lliekil-i     I.Uiil     jll'l;-,-,
l 'i incipal Mi l.'ini In unl roll", i :
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I- u.l ' Hi I I High School
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II (iii.buns Outmcla Hume !•'. Tapping
V\ . .M- i,i in llunie Home   l„ i oursler
YOUR   DOLLAR
will come back to yuu if yuu sfendll
nl homo, It ii gone I'm- ever it you
send it to the Mud Oilier House. A
glance through um- advertising columns will give you iiii idea where il
will buy the must.
Scotch   Whisky
Necessity of Large Reserve Stocks.
Only when adversity comes, can we knuw
our full strength—or weakness.
A smaller concern would have heen completely dismayed hy the disastrous fire which,
in one night, wiped out our Dundee warehouses,
together with two million gallons of Watson s
Whisky.
But we were carrying on hnsiness — -without
inconvenience to any of our customers—the
very next day.
The large stocks of whisky wc continually
hold in reserve at other points, enahled us, at
that crucial tunc, to fill all orders with the usual
promptness- and with whisky of the uniformly
high quality that has always distinguished our
brands.
When you consider thnt a two million
gallon loss could nut hamper us, you can readily
understand how well wc are prepared to meet
any untoward circumstances that may arise, and
to ensure uniform age und quality (nr the
contents of every case wc ship.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR"-A mild, thorofitftily matur^ Scotch.
"NO. 10" —A full-hnilieJ, riclily ilavorctl Scotch.
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited   -  Dundee.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with tht: choicest the
market affords. Hest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rule.
iT.    ALBEET     STOZtSTIEL!      PBOP.
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
M. Huiiilacc College, which is situated across the river from Winnipeg, in llie city of St. Honiface, is directed hy the l.-suii l-.uliers. It I,.,.,
Inin courses ol siinlies, .1 Course in Arts liuur yeai I, leading lo B,A;
degree in lhe University of Manitoba; a Grammar Course (line,-
years), preparing for Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, et'.: a Commercial Course (two years), leading lo a diploma of accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), let- ihe
benefit of lliosc who are not sufficiently prepared for the Grammar Course
and the Commercial Course. Tha Commercial Course is conducted in
English, and in all the oilier departments ihere are tnn parallel courses,
one in English and une in l-Vench,
Slintciils arc accepted eillu-i as hoarders, day scholars, uv half
boarders. Kor prospectus and parliculars apply lu REV. FATHER
Rector, St. Boniface College, St  Boniface, Man.
Tlie College reopens VVodtiesday, September i, at 7 p.m.     sep 22 1111
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in (treat liritain and Cnitecl States—London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago- Kirst National Bank, Corn Kx-
ohange National Bank, Heattie—Seat tie National Bank, Han Fran-
Cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interesl allowed at
currenl rate friini dale of ilepusil,.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
enlarged and Improved.    l-'irst-Class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
I une Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
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THE    ^OLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1850
Capital Paid Up $3,500,000
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING 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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Make Your Home Beautiful
with one ul our Hands'me parlor sets,
upholstered in high grade silk, ur
damask, with frames that are iu every
conceivable design, hh« made to wear
indefinitely, We have many new und
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces fur
beautifying the bunie that are taste
(ul, effective und inexpensive, and Wil
show your rooms to the hest ad van
tage.
ft.  HOWSOM Sr CO.'Y.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
are disposing of their entire Stock nt a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches:
Doyle and Allum, Limited
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LP. Le Beau
Corner Third 5T& Campbell Av
REYELSTOKES#
Horse'5hneing& Carriage Work a 5pe,
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Koyal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, May,
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.  PAQET
J. WILSON
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STRONG AS AN OX
That   is huw yuu  feel  when
ive supply you.
Ask for liiipi'i.-itiir Hani ard llacon
for Breakfast, Alberta Creamery
Butter, Finnan Haddie, Kippers.
In damp weather when meat is
haul to keep our Gold Storage facilities ensure yuu getting everything
fresh and sweet.
P. BURNS & CO., LTD.   Phone 21
i   The Vernon fire showed the need
4   §f our
\ PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER. *
The best safe-guard in which you ean invest. livery hotel shuuld
be fitted wiih these us a matter of safety to occupants. liven bouse
shuub' have une oil ils roof.
^ Cily 45c. a foot.    Sample on view here.
{      s. cTUcMahoints blacksmith shop.      \
£ Revelstoke, B. C. J
Talk About the
Bread Line
in New Ynrk and Chicago,
but the line ol bread put op
by the CITY BAK EEY beats
Ihem all. Quality tells as
evidenced hy uur rapidly increasing trade. Try a loaf
and be convinced.
City  Bakery
J. W. GARLAND
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought,
Cash Prices Paici
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
FOR SALE
Fifty tons of locally grown
potatoes, in lots io suit purchasers.    Superior quality.
Mail your orders to
F. McCAKTY.   -   REVELSTOKE
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for nil clmsss ol bnildiofi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICKS
fnr ule in large or small qnatitUtM
hi tba lew*.it prims for cats,
aii kludaol building und plaitarloi
undartaian
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
1STOTIOE
Take notiee that I, 11 .1 La Brash,
uf Nakusp intend applying I" tht
superintendent of Proviooisl Pulice at
the expiration uf one n outh Irom date
hercul fur a renewal of my hutel
license for the premises known as tbi
Hull I Urand at Nakusp.
Dated Oct. llth, 1909.
H J. LaBhash,
NOTICE
Take nolice that 1 intend to make
applioation to the Superintendent of
Provinolal Pulice fur a transfer uf retail liiiuur license of the Lardeau Hotel, Comaplix, now held by me to K.
M. Evans.
Dated Sept.-29th, 1909.
Jos. Dumont.
NOTICE
Take nut iue that une month after
date we intend tu apply to the Superintendent uf Provlnolal Police for permission to transfer licence nuw held
by ns for the Lakeview Hotel, Arrowhead, in Chapman & Irwin.
Hated Oct. 1st, lWltl.
ocl 2 tin       Plumton & Chapman.
NOTICE.
Take Nut ice that I intend to make
application to tha Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal nf my
retail liquor lieense for the premises
known as lhe St. Leon Hnlel, St, Leon
HobSprings, B. 0., for the half year
from December 81st, 1UW.
M. GRADY.
October luth, 1909,
NOTICE
Take Notiee that we intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police fura renewal of our
retail liquor lieense for the premises
known as the Lelund Hotel, Nakusp,
H. C. for the half vear frum December Slat, 1909.
OGILVIE & MiKITHIl'K.
October liiih, num.
NOTICE
Take notice that SO days after date I
intend to applv to the Superintendent
nf Provincial Police l'or a renewal of
tbe retail liquor license for the Union
Hotel, Arrowhead, B.O., for the half-
year from December81st, 11IU9, to June
SO h, HUH.
Dated October 18th, lfOO.
oe 20 lm \V. .1. LliillTHI'IiNK.
NOTICE
Take notice that SO days after date
we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of i he retail liquor lieense fur the Luke-
view Hotel, Arrowhead, B.C., for the
half-) eai fiom December 81st, 1909, to
June 80th, 1010.
Dated Ootober 18th, 1909.
ue IS lui Ch.u-.man & Ihwin.
NOTICE
Notiee is hereby given that SO days
after date I intend to apply to the
Superintendent of the Provincial Police for a renewal ot the retail liquor
lieense for the Queen's Hutel, Comaplix, B.C. for the half year from December 31st, WOI), to June 30th, KUU.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
uc20lni .1. H. Young.
NOTICE
Take uutice that I intend to apply to
the Superintendent uf Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
lieense lui-tin- Kuuienay Hotel, Burton
Citv. B.C., for the half-year from December Stat, 1909, to June 80th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
ue 20 lm Wm. Lov err,
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal ol the
retail liquor lieense fnr the Ciiy Hotel,
at Ariowhead, B.O., for the half-year
ti .un December 81st, 1909, to J uue 80th
nun.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oc 20 lm John Caley,
NOTICE
Take notiee that SO days afterdate I
intend to apply lo the Superintendent
of Provincial" Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor lieense fur the Hotel
Beaton, at Beaton, B.C., for the halt-
year from December31st, 1QUI), to June
80th, 1910.
Dated October ISth, 1000.
uc 2ii I m Arthur Evans,
NOTICE
Mayor Lindmark Gives $500 in
With a view to improving th
| member that ibis iiursen i-. located right
| in British I 'olumbia, thai the culture is
conducted with reference  lo B.C.  coin
jilitimis, nud ihni ualurallj the Block
musl be well adapted to those conditions
ivlitch prevail in your orchard Por fur-
ther information, which  will  be gladly
I furnished, address BI. J. Henry, 3010
humo I Westminster Koad, Vancouver.
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
d offer prizes for the best kept
The details are  nuw   worked
Take notice that SO days after date 1
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquur lieense for the Eva
Hotel, Camliorne, B.C., for the half-
year from Deceniber 31st, WOO, to June
80th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1000.
ue 20 lm John A. Thbw.
NOTICE
Taki' nolice that 30 days after dale I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
lhe retail liquor lieense tor the Halcyon
Hot Springs Hutel. Halcyon, B.O., for
tin- half-year frum December 31st,
1909, to June 80th, lllll).
Dated October 18th, num.
ui- 211 llll II. MclNTOSH.
NOTICE
Take nulice that 3d days after dale I
intend to apply lu the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Lardeau
Hotel, Coiuaplix, B.C., fur the half-
year from December Slsl, liKHI, lo June
80th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1900.
oe 201m R. M. Kvans.
NOTICE.
Take notice   that   311 days after date
we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
uf the retail liquor lieense for the half-
year from December Slst, 1900, to
,'lune 30th, HUH.
Dated October 18th, won.
in 2ii lm C. P. Hy. Co.
NOTICE
Take notice thai 30 days after date I
intend to apply to ilu- Superintendent
nf Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for tbeCrllerlon
Hotel at Oamborne, B.O,, for the half
vein- from Dei-ember31st, lOOli, to June
BOth, 1910.
Dated October 18tb, 1909.
oc 20 lm F. T. Abbey,
life nf the oity of  Revelstoke, making
it the most attractive place in  which
to live, ihe mayor recently announced |
In- wuuld
homes
Out, and the mayor will give $.",uu in
prizes of ono hundred dollars a year,
extending over live years, for the best
liuines in the eily.
Entries of those Intending to compete shuuld be entered at the t'ily
Hall hy .May Ist. There Is no entry
fee. The competition year will close
on August first of each year and the
first .vein's competition for those entering by .May 1st next, will close on
August lsl next, when the prize for
ihe first year will be awarded.
The adjudicators will be four in
number and will consist of the Mayor
uf the city, tin- President of the Board
of Trade, the President of the Revel-
elstoke Agricultural Sooiety and the
donor, The competition Is limited to
wage-earners who are the owners of
their hunies, though subject iu mortgage or building loan, and lhe award
will he given on the musl points made
un the aggregate of the following
features;—
1. Ornamental shrubs.
2. Flowers.
8, House Plants.
■I. Lawns.
b. State of repair in  which  home is
kept, as painting, cleanliness and
neatness of appearance ef dwellh g
house.
These prizes should create an active
interesl in home decoration and improvement. Now is the time to order
stock for planting so as to he in time
fur the lirst year's competition closing
August 1st next.
While tbe adjudication will be made
on August 1st, the prizes will not be
awarded till the Pall Fair, when the
result of the competition for that year
will be announced with the fuir prize
list.
REVELSTDKEJLLUSTRATED
An Entertaining Exhibition to be
Held Shortly
The moving picture scenes oi Revelstoke recently prepared by the limbeck
Film Companj "I Seattle (or Mr, A.
Johnson's ltdlsoii I'arlor Theatre have
been completed, and will he exhibited in
Revelstoke within the nexl two weeks
along with other scenes along the route
nt the Canadian Pacific Railway between
Halifax and Seattle.
These pictures cover 10,000 feet of
film, and are beautifully clear, The
moving pictures ol the Kevelstoke school
stall mul children are perfect, even face
being distinct, The pictures "I the Bevelstoke Fair are particularly guud, especially the opening by Mr. Flummerfelt, the grand stand, the trull exhibit
iuul the trotting races. The spectators
are easily recognisable, This is uue ol
the best and must interesting series of
moving pictures ever presented in Hevelstoke, and as the date of the exhibition
will be duly announced, there shuuld be
a crowded bouse to see this exhibition of
so much local interest.
The bulk ot the freight accoinmoda
lion at the Quebec ducks win destroyed
by lire this week.
IIICK   liUlil.lliK   NO.   UN-
Bux No. Il-l-in- Hull N  . I
Bux No. 45—Front Street west near
Cl' ll, Bridge.
Box No. 40—Oi mor King and Douglas Sl reels (Palace Meat Man).
Box   No.  47—Coruer   Seoond and
j Wales Streets (back ill Cuuri Huiise;.
Bux No. 48—Oor. Third and Charles
j Streets (Cowan Block).
.'■iuk mtiiuni-: no. two
Bux No. 11.—Curuer First Street
and McKenzie Avenue, 0, B, Hume
it Cu.
Bux No, LV—Our, First Street and
liukehy Aveniio, (Post ullice).
Box No. lli.—Curlier Seoond street
and Government Road (opera home).
Box No. 17.—Corner Third street
and Campbell avenue, (lilubc 1.limber
Co.)
Hox No.  18.—0. I'. R. station.
Bux No. 24.—Curuer Fifth street
and McKenzie ave, iCatlmlic church).
Bux Nu. 2.1.—Curuer Sixth street
and Orton avenue, (W. A. Foote).
Bux No, 2li.—Curuer Fourth street
and MoAi'thur avenue.
Box No. 27.—Corner Fourth street
and Townley street (uver smith track;
Box No. 2S—Oorner Second street
and Robson avenue (Mrs. linker)
Bnx   No.  8*..-  Fire Hall No. 2
Bnx   No.  85,—Hospital.
Bux   No.  86.—School.
Signal fur practise—not less than
six (li) slow strokes.
One (1) stroke indicates Hue broken
ur tire out.
Signals are given thus: 2 strokes—
interval 6 seconds—4 strokes; equals
Box 24. No. ul bnx will alsu be shown
nn indicator at Fire Hall.
SPECIAL VALUE
AT $25.00
rPHIS  watch   is   one   of the bewt
-I-    vulues we have ever thown,
The cn'.e is made in heavy 14k
gold iind contain! a fully guaranteed
IS jewel nmv ement.
Engraved with any monogram
and delivered post paid to any
address in Canada—except the
Yukon   for $25.UU.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE B
Our hundtom'-l)' illuitratrd 144 pafe dialogue ot Diamundt, Jtwelry, felveratrti
leather, An* Good* and Nrneltie*. Itec
Ryrie Bros., Limited
m-l5» Yontje Street
TORONTO
Read our Advertisements.
NOTICE
Take notice that Sf lays after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Reception Hotel at Camborne, B.C., fur tlie
half-year from Decern her 31st, HUM, to
June 80th, 1010.
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oo20 lm Cory Menhenick,
Sale of Mineral Claims in the Revelstoke Assessment District
V. C. T. IL
Visit o? Kirs. Spofford, Provincial President.
Due of the most enjoyable social
functions of the season was the At
Home given by Mrs. F. Laing yesterday afternoon in honor of Mrs. 0.
Spofford, of Victoria, President of the
Provincial W. C. T. 1'. In addition to
the members of the local W. C. T. U.
many other Udies were present to
meet Mrs. Spofford, and to listen to
the encouraging report which she gave
of the increasing interest in the work
of the organization.
There has been no time, Mrs.Spofford
said, when men could not be found
whu were willing to endure the hardships and brave the dangers attendant
on the opening up of new- countries,
and never a time when women were
not equally willing to follow Iheir
men folk, at much greater sacrifice
andcostithat ihey maydo their share of
pioneer wurk In setting up homes the
must important factor, the speaker
declared in the settling of any country.
Equally willing have women been to
pioneer the social and moral conditions
attendant on the development of the
country, which threaten the safely of
the home made through such sacrifice,
and at so great cost. The Women's
Christian Temperance Union undoubtedly has been the pioneer organisation
of womanhood in the field of reform,
and the women of this province are
rallying splendidly under the white
ribbon banner for the protection of the
homes against the effects of legalised
evils. Thirty seven blanches of the
W. O. T. V., with a membership of
fifteen hundred, are growing and do-1
iiiginust effect ive work. Two branches
were recently organized at Creston
and at Keremeos, and all are aiming
at doubling theii membership during
the year. The W. C. T. U. is the
mother of the local option movement,
and though the conduct of that wurk
is under lhe Provincial Local Option
League the W. 0, T. I', is still actio in
support of the movement.
Mrs. Spofford is returning from the
convention of the Provinces of Alberta
and Saskatchewan, which she attended as Oon ven tion Speaker,   and is nuw
visiting the various branches, and organising new ones on her return to
tin-coast. A number of new members
were added yesterday.
Mrs. Spofford has been the guest uf
the Mayoi and Mrs. Lindmark while
in the city.
Bulbs and fruit Trees
Everyone appreciates the beauty of
flowering bulbs in the fall and winter,
hut su many fail to prepare fur the (u
lure in lime. It is very easy lo have the
house full of bloom throughout the dull
seasuii, and every lover of flowers should
appreciate this fact. Particular attention
is drawn lo this matter in the advertising of M. J. Henry which you will notice
in this paper. Detailed information
about the culture of bulbs can als be obtained from this source.
The matter of fruit trees als claims uur
attention, uot merely at the actual planting season, but at all seasons, with those
whu policy is to have only the best.
Those who purpose planting should re-
I hei-ei'v give notice that on Monday, the Is' duy nf November. A. D., 19 fl, al ihe hour -f elev 'clock i i he-
forenoon, al the Court Huiise, Revelatoke, 1 s|m|i offer for sale ai pub ic auction the mineral i-lai • siu the lis heivufti r
set out, of which Crown Grants have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by said persons on tbe
80th June, A.D., 11100, and for costs and expenses of sale, if the total amount due is not soonei paid.
LIST ABOVE   MENTIONED
REGISTERED OWNER III! BRANTEE
F. C. Elliolt, W. 15, Newcombe	
Ole Sandberg, T. McKirday Graham.
W, Cowan, and John Abrahamson ..
Thos. Dunn and W. Fan-ell	
F. O. Campbell et al	
Charles W. McOrossan	
Lardeau Valley Mines, Limited.
Wide West Gold Min. Co. of Lar
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Ol
lean
.Ltd
XV. A. Woods,
David II. Wilson   	
Frederick young	
Julin II. Huare	
David II. Wilson	
Clara Graco Westfall ..
The Metropolitan Gold .V Silver Mining Cu. uf Lardeau, H.C, Limited
(non-personal liability)	
NAMK UK CLAIM
Annie   	
Isabella	
Hoper	
Dorothy
Bed Fox	
Homo Fraction	
Maple Leaf
Oak Leaf	
Florean '-'ruction
Lanark 	
Lanark
Sutton
East Lanark Fractlo
Blue Jay    	
Warwick Praction
Clyde Fraction
Free t lotnage
i Lone Pine
I Butte
i Anna
Joseph
Maud
Spokane
.Maggie May
.Maggie May No. 2
Interloper Fraction
Ruby Fraction
Glengarnock
John L
Mat-yen Praction
Li/, i Fraction
Lakeview
Ontario
Wide West
A. K. Fraction .
Bell  Boy
May
Mav No, 1
May No. 2
Mav No. 3
May No. I
May No.;,
Glooscap
Glooscap No, 2
Glooscap Nu. 3
Forbes Fraction
lb-ward Fraction
Pilot Fraction
Morning Star
Home Kun Lode
Rattler
Union Jack
Pilot
Florence
Kuuienay Nu,
Kuuienay No,
Kuuienay No
Jumbo
I nib-peiiilenl
Lardo
Rattler Ni
Edinburgh
silver Bow
Scotia
Elizabeth
Gloucester
Orown Point
Bonanza King
Lasl Chance
Alice
Alice Fraction
Tom Edward
Oopper Queen
Pedro
Minnie F
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Huston
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Montreal
San Francisco
Fail-view
Mel l-opolilanl-'i aet im
Chicago Fraction
Kamloops
Triune        	
Enterprise
Silver Chief
Kamloops Fraction .
Revenge    	
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2 00
Pi 50
2 00
27 IXI
2 00
27 Uti
2 00
tl 110
2 00
28 .Xi
2 00
li) 75
2 00
1 60
2 OU
21  75
2 po
1 50
2 INI
3 'J"
2 uu
•_li uu
2 OU
25 .50
2 00
2S 50
2  INI
lli 50
2 INI
15 50
2  Kl
lh uu
2 UU
in 60
2  INI
24 uo
2 1X1
is ;,u
2 00
8 50
2 00
5u
2 oo
26 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 .5o
2 Oil
tl 5u
2 Oil
21 60
2 Oil
24 50
2 IKI
26 uu
2 00
."Sl
2  INI
1  75
2 00
0 INI
8 25
12 00
12 un
8 2.5
II 25
8 50
25
ii 60
2 60
III 75
11 25
7 60
12 75
B 75
4 60
4 26
2 75
3 26
li 75
|u 60
15 75
15 75
15 7.5
15 75
IS 00
IS INI
IS INI
IS INI
18 00
8 U0
86 75
88 75
II 25
7 60
39 on
17 00
4U 00
88 00
51 00
f>4 00
8 00
II 00
28 25
40 25
30 60
20 75
0 60
17 75
2 00
■' uo
2 00
i  INI
2 on
2 00
2 00
2 oo
2 UO
2 UU
2 00
2 UU
2 00
2 00
2 Ul
2 UJ
2 00
2 00
2 UJ
2 00
2 Ul
2 00
2 Ul
■J INI
2 00
2 00
2 00
2  INI
2 00
2 Ul   j
2 00
2 IMJ
2 00
2 INI
2 0U
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00   I
2 U)    1
2 Ul
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
TOTAL
$20 75
SS 00
41 00
41 UU
41 00
17 UU
18 50
28 00
20 UJ
8 UJ
SO 50
17 75
3 M
25 7:5
8 60
6 00
28 Ul
27 60
26 60
lh 5n
17 50
2U UO
21 50
20 00
2u 60
5 50
2 60
28 Ui
4 UJ
4 60
11 60
20 50
20 .55
28 00
2 60
i) 7.5
7 75
7 75
11 00
10 25
11 OU
14 00
10 25
1! 26
8 2o
2 25
5 50
2 25
h 60
4 50
12 75
18 25
y 5o
14 75
in 75
il 50
ti 2.5
4 75
10 2.5
8 75
12 60
17 75
17 7.5
17 7,5
17 75
15 OO
15 no
1,5 Ul
15 UU
15 00
6 00
38 75
S5 75
11 25
9 50
41 00
49 00
42 UJ
35 00
66 Ul
66 oo
10 00
11 Ul
S) 25
42 25
41 50
31 75
8 50
19 85
Daled at Revelstoke, B. C, tbis 5th day of October, 1909.
E. Edwards,
Deputy Assessor and Collector, Revelstoke Assessment District. THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, R. C.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTER!
BLANKETS.-white and grey-Pure Wool
This is the 3rd shipment  this  season  direct from one of the best
eastern  mills.     They are  noted  for  their  soft   finish and being
ire wool.    Prices $2.25 to $9.00 per Pair
UNDERWEAR.-for Men. Women and Children
Warm and  comfortable   Underwear   with a reputation for good
wearing and guaranteed unshrinkable.
NEW FURS:   -All this season Furs, and a few very nice m:is.
One   Mink  Set,   $90.00. Persian   Lamb  Set,   $75.0(1. Isabella   Fox,   $'15.00
Isabella Fun Set at $35.00.      Marmot Sets from $12,00 to $25.00.
Separate Stoles, Mulls. Etc,    Ladies Coats and Skins.
Millinery  arrives by  express   every   few  days,   keeping our stock new  and  bright.
REID «$. YOUNG
Marriage
S hsos-Mi Donai.ii—At the residence
ol her brother-in-law, Mr. G. Vuzey,
Onehungs, N'ew Zealand, on Sept
L3th, 1909, by Rev. Mr. Wilson
Miss Frances  Simpson,  recently of
Revelstoke, B. C, to  Chas  Mel -
Hid,   of    I'm   l'i".   Te    Kuiti.    New
Zealand
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Moving i'ictun b to night.
Another rebellion has broken out in
Nicaragua.
Matiui ■. Mi ■ d 1) ■"" rnuuii at the
Edison Theatre.
l'iie Britisli Government is considering construction ol special i igliways
for auti mobiles.
The Jspauese-American bunk nt
Frisco closed with assets only 16 per
cent, of liabilities.
The Thanksgiviug limner in the
opera house on Monday next will be
the event ol the present season.
Remember the  Matinee at the Edison Parlor Theatre Monday afternoon
Thanksgiving Day. at ii o'olook.
Farniau. the French aeronaut, made
a tiight Bt Blackpool, England, of over
•to miles, in an liuur and 2D minutes.
I. Bingham has purchased through
the Revelstoke General Agencies, E.
C. Fromey's bouse on Third street
wi.:.
H i i.i.i-: meetings in New York audi
Berlin   have   bitterly   denounced the
shooting oI  Prol. Ferrei by the Spanish auth ji ii ies,
The Bureau ui Provincial Information have issued uew booklets ul 109
payer n new British Columbia, and
on agriculture in  British Columbia.
Premier McBride snd John Oliver,
leader of tbe Opposition, will each
give their tleciiuii campaign at Kain-
. ps, the Premiei speaking on Nov.
1st.
A sensation bas ken caused iu
banking circle- by the Bank uf England raising its rate to live per cent.,
the highe.-t since the financial crisis
two years ago.
The   deatli   is   announced at Van
ceuver   of. it.   J. i^kinner, provincial
timber   inspector.      At   une time be
representee! Koutenay in   the Provincial Legislature.
The l.-.-iles' Auxiliary ui the V. M.
C. a. are putting on h very unique
Hallowe'en entertainment known ae
a mystery social ■ a M nday N ■.-. 1-t
at the  Y.M.C.A. hall.
The horse attached to John Abrahams t - : iggy : Ited on Thursday
along McKensie Avenue, from How-
sjn's store a id brunt ihe buggy, but
no damage *»i otherwise done.
Mr. Casky, secretary ol the Lay-
men's Miesi Da ry movement lot Can-
»Oa. '•-... : . Revelstoke on Monday
or Tuesday t arrange details fur the
Lnymen's meeting ou N".,v. 10th,
Alex, McGregoi the well-kuuwn
C. 1'. K bridgeman, bas been suffering intensely tue last lew days ireiii
tLe injuries sustained   by  bun in the
recent accident al  tlie round hi USI
H in. -'- . Boneer, Attorney-General,
bos been sworn in as Minister ol
Finance, in successii n tu H in, C.
Tatluw, wh" resigned fr, in the Cabinet as a pr test sgainst Premier McBride s railway ;• licy. Price Kllisun
succeeds Hon. Mr. l-ulton as Minister
oi Lands.
BAKE HOUSE PRODUCTS
Owing lu the increasing demands of uur BAKE
HOUSE PRODI CTS we hnve greatly improved the
quality of our goods by procuring one of tlie best
linkers in the Provinoe in the person of Mr. Y.
Boyle, (late ol Vancouver) who makes a specialty nl
high class guilds, and  in urder to prove uur statu
ments wo invili r   IriciuU   to  try   some   ol   our
Almond and Conoanut Cakes, Marguerites, Kisses,
Russian Cakes, German Tarts, Cream Pull's, Hulls,
etc., nliii an- Fancy Goods tn order, A TRIAL
OPDE1!   APPRECIATED,
HOBSON'S    BAKERY    AND    GROCERY
Your Insurance
Is  one ul   the   must   important  items
in ymir business
let Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of ymir business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
im.' Mra. ltubinsun made an appeal nn
hetiab nf tbe lucal uptiun vote at the
ooming elections, and sn ike in tbe in
tereats of tbe VV, C, T, II,
Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Adair, lormerlj
uf this city, passed through the city
ihis morning en mute I u Kin Und,
Special music will be rendered in
tho   Presbyterian   church    tomorrow
evening, by members of the Lyceum
Concert oompany.
Bert Howe, of P. Burns & Oo , 1ms
gone to the ooast, and it is stated that.
on his return lie  will   be appointed to
tho Nelson branch.
Messrs. A. II. Allan, W. A. Foote
and .1. II. Sibbald left yesterday (or
Kamloops on a shooting excursion,
and will return Tuesday.
Mrs. (i. M. Clark returned Wednesday from Albert Canyon, where Bin-
bus been un a visit tu her sun and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. M
Clark.
Louis Gould,   ol   The   Mail-Herald
stall', and Mrs Mclntyre leave to mnr
row morning for Gulden, where ihey
will sp' i d Thanksgiving Hay with
their parents
Mr Joseph Martin, IC, 0,, haB opened law offices iii Loudon, England, at
•218 Oaxton Hnuse, Westminister, 8
\V., and will make a spe-ialty uf hand
ling Canadian cases befure the privy
council.
Mr-. Pankhurst, leader of the Bri
tiah Women's Suffragist movement, is
visiting New York, wheie she received
a great reoeption from American
women.
Mrs ,1 ,\l. Doyle passed through
Revelstuke yesterday on hei way it
Nelsuti, having been on an ex'ended
visit to Mrs. A, Y. Anderson, ol
Vernon.
No. 1, Fire Brigade will give a mas
querade ball in the first week in December Special arrangement's will
be made lor decorations and refreshments. Members ol No 2 Brigadi
will be the guests ol the evening.
Mr. VV K Buok, superintendent
"f motive power on the Santa Fe
System, reached here this morning
in his private oai which wns attach
■d to No I Mr Buck is mi n
brief visit to Mr, and Mr I, 11
Buck nnd family whom he has nut
■ecu lor several years Mr Heck b
the youngest brother ul the City
Engineer, and bus had some 211 ui
80 years railway experience, having
served bis apprenticeship on the Intercolonial Railway at Monctun, New
Brunswick. His promotioh to the
important position ho nuw occupiei
has been rapid and well earned.
Libei il Convenh
A geiiui .I meeting nf the Bevelstoke l,il» i il Association in heteby
convened for
Wednesday, October 27th
at 8 p.ii■., in t. ii old post ollice
building, Oddfellows' Block. 2nd
Street weet, to elecl delegates In ii
convention for consideration of tin-
nomination of a candidate representative "f the party to contest
the Revelstoke Hiding in the forth-
coining Provincial Elections. A
full attendance is requested.
The   Convention   will be  held at the
City of Revelstoki-, on   Friday,   October
29th, at 4 p.m.
C. R. MACDONALD,
I 'I Secretary.
R. M. R.  DANCE
Wednesday. Oct. 27th
At the Drill Hall
Gentlemen 75c.    Ladies Free
First ok ss music provided
mm). §■) f/T
REVkLSTOKE DISTRICT
BULBS I
for House antl Garden Culture
Bulbs | 11 eai
Fall, I      im bein
WE   11 A ol  barge
i: Several
■ I •     ilell      in Hi ,,i nulls.
five varieties ol No, .-sn-.   Also
Tulips,   i'r.      .     nd  Si
in man) i-arie ■
Plant   early   and
pleasure nexl  spi ill]
Bews'Drug ^Stationery Store
I EXT 111' MI   I.
Moving   Pictures  to-night.
The opening exorcises in connect iuu
; with the high school will be held at
i Selkirk hall next Friday evening,
' when the presentation will he made "l
the medals won   al ls-t   mid-summer
term.
The Y.M.C A. building will be open
on Monday Thanksgiving Bay. The
bewling alley will bi tunning and
if the weather is line a ball game
J will be organised on the Y. M. i'. A.
grounds.
When Mr.  11.   Manning, chairman
ol tho school trust..--, visited th.
school yesterday morning au exhibi
liuu uf fire drill was given ami was -
well carried uut the whole sch ft
cleared in less ti an a minuti
At   the   Nelson   a - teuay
Frank,   charged   with murdering
t"iiie, auuther Indian al Grassy Point
uu   Arrow Lake ria       V. M
Johnson defended andshul
Bii :i "f accused to Con svitl
Mr. F. I-.   Sim • ■• '; pi inted
,.- : ' rai   manager    i i    the   H ■-
Lumber Company   Ltd    iu succi  -
i i the late Mr. i - idgi ■ u      ,1 r.   ttun-
tei  succeeds   Mr.   McCarthy   as
company's ns king I oe ■
I'he oity council an   putting in the
much-needed piece ol - »eei
urt-h   •-■   and   B,   A    Las
cornel ng     - ■'■ lr"tu
Front Street   s ier«   be ■   i i rets
wa n work ii uow being i   ni plated
Tue hill-on Parlor 1 beatre b i
put in first class  ibape   Io   regard tu
I r ividing for tn- salety    f I be pul	
Nine lire   esoape     luu I -      | sni   .
ward have bean put   in,  and m  more
■ fective means ut  ezil   o
Tided in any building.
F  1 err) ...,- t;' en app iin ted to the
cuy   j ' '■  foi se    in   iuoci ision   to
I Smart   MoDonald,    resigned,      Mr.
'Jerry wn-   formerly   sergeant    n  the
force and a capable ollieer      lie has
lately been employed In  tbe C.P I;
baggage department.
G, VV, Bell i- showing in hi Btore
' magnificent potatoes, carrots and
other roots grown ,ii his ranch n uth
ol the city. The potatoes are particularly fine, ilu- variety Kr""" being
"Rum- ol the North.' We arc satisfied
no p'lice in liritish Columbia can beat.
Revelstuke fur growing root crops.
It is stated  the   Provincial GoVorn
ment have adopted tbe   suggestion of
the Buard uf Trade-   to    build n wai-on
road frnm the head uf navigation to
Coldstream. If this work is earned
ul it would du tn i ki I > tu open up thi-
lUg Bend to exploitation ul its mineral and timber resources,and limy even
induce settlement nn Sunn: uf the Big
Bend lands, i
Police M igistrate !■■ sti r resumed
bis place i ii the si al ol civ ic justici
this morning, hearing two charges
I drunkenni ■- ,\ charge against a
man named it. Globe, of robber)
from a west Bnd woman was re
manded fur three days.
Last night a lire took ("see in VV
Abrahameon's residence on Sec od
Streel west, caused by - mc clothing banging over the Btove to dry
tailing in ih Btove. A e u sidi rable
quantil ■     irned   before
the    'a.-iiiiy  wen     ir    jed    snd    Mr
Abrahams
VI   ist meeti   _ uncil
'■; ■   - -    ..'. .'- mat
ter of ]
the i. i - - -.       □ tmber-
mg   thi    louses .,     it tbi    .-;.
iche
latten
i ■ ■    mayor
..nd it
■    iid
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Head the Full   Page Ad, about
BURNABY  11 FIGHTS
NOTICE
Take notice that 80 days after date I
intend io apply to the Superintendent
ul' Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail Honor license for t he Hotel
Beaton, at Beaton, B.C., for the half-
year from December 81st, 1900, to June
30th, 1910,
Dated October IHth, num.
URIDGE     COLUMBIA     RIVER     AT
REVELSTOKE
Nolice is hereby given lhat, iu compliance with Section 7 ol Chapter 115, Revised Statutes of Oanada, iqol>, plans and
description of n proposed bridge over the
Columbia Rivor al Revelstoke in Ilic Province ul llriiisli Columbia, huve been forwarded lor deposil with the Miuisterol
Public Works and a duplicate thereof lins
I -een deposited iii lhe ollice of the Registrar ul'Deeds nl Nelson, and that at lhe
expiration ol une month from Ihis dale the
Minister ol Public Works lor lhu Province
ol' llriiisli t ','liunliiii will make npplicaiiun
10 tin- Governor General for approval
I hereof.
Dated ni Victoria, msl October, 1909.
]■'. C. GAMBLE,
oc --,-, Public Works Engineer.
NOTICE
Tnke notice thai 30 days after dale I
intend In apply to lho Superintendent
of I'liivineial Police for a renewal of
the retail lb 1 uui- license for lhe I.n idea 11
Hotel, Comaplix, B.O., for the half-
year from December Hist, HUM, to June
30th, llllil.
Dated October 18th, IIKH>.
ne 2111 m K. M. Kv.ws.
20 In
A irruru Kv.vsh,
NOTICE
Tnk'' lioli.e thill .'III days after due I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
•1 Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for lhu Eva
Hulel, Camborne, B.C., for the hull'-'
year from December Hist, 11X19, to June
:10th, 11110,
Dated October 18th,  1909.
"' 20 lm John A. Tiii-.w.
NOTICE.
Take notice that HU days aftei-date
we intend tu apply t" the Superintendent of Provincial Police fora renewal
of the retail liquor license for the half-
year from December 31st, 1909, to
Juue HOlh, llllil.
Dated October 18 h, 1909.
00 20 tin ('. P. Itv. Oo.
NOTICE
Tnle nolice lhal 30 days after date I
Intend to npi'ly lo the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
! be rei iii I liquor license for tbe Criterion
Hotel ni   Camborne,   B.C, I'm-the hall'
year from Dec hei■ Hist. 1900, to June
until, 1910.
Daled October 18th, 1009.
ue 20 lin I-'. T. Aiir.KY.
Now libit the chilly weather is here, it is time tu
think of comfortable Underwear, To be thoroughly
comfortable it must be light weight, but close and elastic,
smoothe to the skin and perfectly non-shrinkable. We
can offer you just this kind ofagarme.nl in
Stanfield's Unshrinkable
We guarantee every garment we sell, and will
replace any that shrink in the least. We have them in
seperate vests and drawers and in combinations. We
have a full  line  ol   Children's  Underwear  in  all  sizes
Flannelette Wear
This line was   carefully   selected   ^J
* "fa%iil2t\s*'j
as we were looking for garments that \\ )%$Jy-C\
were well made, with plenty material of ^wSo| M/l
a good quality and you will find our
showing combine all these necessary
qualities and also the additional one
ol reasonable prices.
We carry Gowns, Drawers and Petticoats, and
can idler you a good assortment of the best of goods in
each of these lines.
McLennan C&Co.
®m
Laugh and Grow Fat
I dghi
.1    I ■ -.
rip to tb       >sl
•   - I      .,-     i     '      mis
I
Daws in      ■    h
Mrs. F    1 rimble     -     ...
.Mr. K    I' ed fn
-it ;■■ 10- le
hex
Rung'
Hull Wednes
day even 27th
E  iinj  ind   bia   laugbl - 1   M isi
ml   lefl Thursday   for   On! 1
where   1 hey will   spend   1 be   winti r
months.
rin    idii \ id locii iy   fSt.   i ihn a
ohurch meol iu tbe church    n Tues
da)     .. ■ ni    of    ii 1
usual.
retui ne.i io k ,1,1.
lo ips i\ ednesday   M rs    Be il' 1 em iin
Ioi 1 few   days   ss the guesl
ol Mrs. A, 11. Allen.
i'i -i ly owing to   tne wet weather
ii" n was noi - nil .1 large attendance
as - mal ni Mrs. Robinson s !■ ntura nt,
the Edison I'arlur Theatre Wednesday
evening when she chose as I101 subject
the Hairy Ainus of Japan, The ieo-
turer recited a great deal ol i.iti-rost-
iiik information concerning iiu^ people
and the subject wail beniililiilly illus
trated by lantern slides. F W. L.ing
presided, nnd at thu oloid ul thu meet-
anwmwfwwwnwwwwwfiwmtwmM
I You Don't Have To |
_^ Go outside of Revelstoke to make 3
£: your Real Estate Investments. ^
^       The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd.      3
have the best bargains in the City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
I Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents
This is an Old Saying but cannot come to
pass when the goods you are eating are
^ not right.   Deal with  me and  notice the
effect. ......
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
Telephone No. 23
^''I'^ iXii3<i|i il» i$iftii3:ii|ii|i iii iXiiI''3;ii|ii|i iii i|nliiti ■!''|ii$m|i
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'I"t"ti't"t"X"t"t"t"l"S)l$"^"llll"I"X"t"t"l"I"I"Iiiliitii|i
Arrangi   o n   .ou    vi itei   upply ol good
table I i Itangp  "i   Furnace,
For quality than better ooal to be bad, ask
-•■ -. I    ■ i     Prompt delivery of orders
S. (,. ROBBINS    .
Good Groceries
A General Supply ol   the   Best Groceries
on   hand.     All   Orders   Promptly
Filled   and  Attended to.
Mountain Supp!y Companyiimited
I*.
FUR   SETS
FOR LADIES AM) CHILDREN
A choice assortment of Ladies and Children's Fashionable Furs at reasonable
prices. Come in and look them over and
get first choice.     Only   a   limited  stock.
MRS.   A.  O.  CRICK
First   Stroot       -       Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
TALES FROM THE GOLDEN WE8T
Thanksgiving Day is Coming:
Are You Properly Prepared
To Join in Songs of Gratefulness
And Praise—For Being Spared ?
Life Sure May Be a Burden.
A Heartless, Soulless Grind:
But Sit Up Straight—
And Pass Your Plate:—
Be Thankful ! —and Be Kind.
Count up Your Many Blessings
That  Appear on Every Hand:
Jot This One Down:
Old  Royal  Crown:
The Best Soap in The Land !
BE THANKFUL.
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