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Special I'ricu- on
Fivi Cord Ltois
E. W. B. PAGET,   MoKonzleAvo.
TELEPHONE   71
Vol. 14. No 77
REVELSTOKE, B. C. OCTOBEB !!• L908
$2.50 Per Year
v.mmm .n
C.B.HuiTie&Co. Ltd
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Stor_- Atfcrr w/ifead and Revelstoke.
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Its
Like
Finding
Money
I'lidny, October ifiih, wc will put on sale a
number or lines that ought to^e'-?of use to you. The
prices arc certainly money .savers.
MI'N'.s S'll I'I'' FRONT Sill UTS, colored, all zo,v\
W, G, & li. Shirts, any size. These sell at
.ii 50 to $_. .10. We will make a cleanup 6f the
k t .. n t*'i ivl.iv at each
75c.
MliN'-i I li<l- \VO iL UNDliKWi-Al.. Several
Iii es. ""ome selling as high as $^, per garment.
! lie.se arc mi a table  to  make easy   picking  at
i-.-ch ■
$1.35
SIX Ml.SSHS' SKI I. TS, good tweeds, in nice light
cob is, do nicely for school girls ol i_ or 14
years.    Kegular $3.50 to $4.00. Fridav
S2.00
REMNANTS A big special fur Frid.iy, _ or 3 tables
full .of iliein, comprising Prints, Ginghams,
Flannels, Dress Goods, Skirtings, Flannelettes,
Come and look over them. Sure to be something
you want.
JARDINIERES—We are selling out all our Jardinieres on Friday. Come and get one; they are
all beauties.
90c. Ja dinteres for 60c.. .1.J5 Jardinieres for 75c;
§1 50 Jardinieres for 90c.;    ,$2 ones for $1.00.
IC. B. HUME  & CO.,  LlMlTi.i)
Stores at Kevelstoke and Arrowhead.
Q-OOO <_H_K)-aOK> <_KKKK>^
Stoves! Stoves!
I'n nut win uniil the fi 1—= f cold snap comes,but come
righl in uml pick out your heater. Our men arc very
lui-i uiil we cannot ret it up at fhort notice—so give us
the chance in plenty of time.
We have our usual fine display of eoal and wood
heating stoves and .it prices to suit the purse. Remember
we set up all new stoves purchased from us free of charge,
using only our own hand made ri vetted pipes.
Stove Board*', Conl Mods, Fire Shovels, Ash Sifters.
A tine line uf Fenders and English Coal Cabinets.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TINSMI THING PLUMBING ELECTRIC WORK
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office -Toronto, Ontario.
Until further notice this Bank will be
open C. P. R. Pay Night and following night
each month, from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Open every   Saturday  evening  from
7 to 9. p. m.
Savings Bank Department
lu teres t  allowed  OU deposits Irom dltte of deposit uud credited
quarterly.
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.   A. B. McCleneghan,
xmBBSBBsaaami
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Provincial  Libj
Ladies' and Children's Winter Coats
CHILDi-UN'S
LADIES'
GOLF COATS
GAITERS
MITTS, GLOVES
TOQUES
HI THIM BEFORE BUVING ELSEWHERE
GOLF COATS
Flannelette Blouses, Cheap
DRESSING JACKETS
WRAPPERS
MISS  A.   MA8LEN
Opposite I'limiix  Hotel, First 'Street.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
European Crisis—Ghastly Ag-
r-iw_,,i... paupers Barred ---
!ry Blaze—Horrible  Sui
cide at Nelson.
London, Oot. 14—One c(  the   liret
fur reachingell'cclH uf   the   European
crisis liccuiic known yesterday, lhe
Uritish government has decided definitely to abandon its policy of 11 reduction of uriini non Ih,
Ottawa, Oat, 1_— It has heen do-
c.iilicl that each immigrant entering
Ottiiiidu between January 1 und Feb>
riiiiry 15 next must hnve iu his ur her
possession the sum of %rM.
W'lAUToN.Ont., Oct. 11—Alexander
Duy whs killed hero yesterday alter-
iiuun while working at u piledrlver,
Ue stepped between the ladders, and
iht full weight oi the liumiiici, 22U0
pouuds, ciiu.e iluwu on his head, killing him instantly lie mis unly two
itiiiiitlis niiiiriid.
SlufrUR, Alt ;, Oct. 11.—Fully
uiif-hiiif uf ihe business purtiou uf tbis
tuwii hub liuiiiid tu the gruuud this
morning, ai d une man, Leslie Mellor,
losi his life,
Nki.son, Oct. 11.—William Meliib-
h.ii, of Siiiiinuir, Scotland, wbo was
ncei-tly in tht employ of the GPU.
bere tits clerk ui the muster mechanic's
otlice, ciutiimtle.l stiicidi! in u tventern
suhurti ul the city inst night, He cut
his throat with u razor arid pen knife,
und succeed, d in nearly severing his
bead frum in. b idy.
Card of Thanks
We, the bereaved brothers, sister
and mother uf tlie late Richard Sim-
uel Brill, wish to extend uur heartfett
thanks tu uur friends and relations
fur the r kindness in helping in our
time of trouble; and also to all those
who helped in any way to lift the
gloom Irom uur beans by wreaths and
11 iwtrs l",,r ibe coffin und grave nf our
desi brother and also to tin se whu su
kindly provided conveyances tu attend
the funeral, We also wish to express
uur gratitude to Mr, 0. F. Lindmark
and tha (slllciuls uf the Dig Eddy mill
lor thuir marks uf sympathy fur the
bereaved by shutting down the mill
while lhu funeral was taking place
ninl for iheir kindness in allowing the
men tin opportunity of a last luuk Ht
their departed comrade whu was
su suddenly taken away frum them.
SPORTING NOTES
The Shamrocks meet the Intermediates at b.fsket bad to-night at the
Y.M.C.A , commencing at 8:30 o'clock.
Entries are still being received fur
the Thanksgiving Lluy road race Nov.
9_b.
An indoor athletic nnet will he a
feature at the Y.M.C.A. on Hallowe'en night mid will include novelty
racings, pole vaulting, jumping, etc,
besides ether sports.
The gymnasium classes are very
popular this year and attendance is
good.
It is _ the intention in Revelstoke
tu organize regular weekly trap shuots
next season. A large number of local
shots have signified their intention of
jnining the club.
BIG TIMBER SALE
In Kootenay of Crown Granted
White Pine to Americans
Wisconsin capitalists have purchased 7C*0,OW,00() feet of white pine
timber iu the Koutenay country, tne
consideration being in the neighbor
hood of 1250,000. The vendors of the
roperty were Messrs. John Murray,
of Vancouver, and J. S. beschamps, of
Rossland, and associates. Th 1 parcel
contains 28,000 acres, and is situated
tt the forks of lhe junction of the
Columbia and Koutenay rivers.
The property is  Cruwn granted, the
land guing with the timber.
A very   pleasant   progressive whist
party wis given on Saturday afternoon
by Mrs.   H.  X. Courier, about 40 sit
ting down   at   the  curd tables.   Tl e
prizes  were w.n by  Mrs. J. M. Scott
Mrs. A. Y. Anderson and Miss Oram
At the conclusion uf the game, daimy
refreshments were served.
POPULAR BANKER
K. D. Johnson Promoted Mana-
ager -Well Known in City
Calcuiiy, Out.  lit.—K, !). Johnson,
who bus  just returned finni the cunt.
left litis moruini. fur Lo hbrldgc,
where he hii.- been appointed manager
of   lhe    Molsons  'bunk nt Unit puint
Mr.   Johnson   wus  for  a number'of
years 1 1 taut of Molsons here,   lie
Will he 11 'll missed by a large circle
ol friend 1 bo, while they regret hi.
departure, ivish him overy bllOOeil in
his now appointment, As tin athlete
he bus niiide u inline f"r himself, being
a rifle, gun, hookey, baseball, curling
a nl truck enthusiast,
Mr ,1 >h 11s ni is well known in llevelstnke, being teller at thelooal branch
of the Molsons' Hunk live years ugn,
and wus alsu Uin lending hookey enthusiast besides' a lender of many
other spurts mid games in the city,
NEW FRATFRNAL ORDER
Scandinavian Aid and Fellowship Society Opens Lodge
(In Satnrday night in the Oddfellows bill 11 'o.lge nf the Scandinavian
Aid und Fs How-hip Society was insti
lut'id Tais order has Its h.i 'quarters in Ispeming, Micbigin, and d.itc.s
its origin back over 2H years ugn, the
membership on this continent increasing very rapidly, Organizer 0, Brick-
son of Kossltttiil, u: er arranging the
preliminaries, instituted a lod :« nn
Hutordiiy in Ilia oity, vei 22 members
bi'ing initiated witb ihe charier, The
ritual and oeremunia'a nre very line.
Tbe first, officers of the new lodge
which is uilied "Ome" No. 02, which
is the Scandinavian for E'gle, were
elected us follows :
President—J, Abrabamsoo.
Vicc-I'ies —Qus Hedstrum.
Secretary—If. Onrl'eou,
Fin.-Secretary—C. Grun. trom.
Tiensui'ci—J, A. Stone
Marshal— \ Olson,
Chaplin—O Hunsun.
Inner Guard—_HtUanBon.
Outer Guard—P. Dyncsiua
Trustees—Gis Lund, W. Abraham-
son, J Abrahamson.
The officers are elected se mi-a np it-
ally. At ihe close of the installation
tbe new lodge nut down to n liberal
repast, the refreshments being much
enjoyed. The new lodge meets three
times iu the month nnd the (lutes of
the.ie meetings will he announce**
later. Tbe charter ie still open and
anyone desirous of entering the order
as n charter member with special low
rules can now do so. Tlie order has
been received popularly among the
Sonndinaviau fraternity of the city
and starts ils career under tho best of
circumstances.
FIRE  ESCAPES
Chiefs of Interior Cities Want
Provincial Law Amended
Chief Deasy, of the Nelson fire department and Chief Foote of the Hevelstoke department, while on their
recent visit to the Cnast in attendance
upon the conventions of lire chiefs,
interviewed the Government on the
question of amendment to the legislation g veruing tire restriction" und
iu the mutter of lire escapes. The
present provincial legislatiun was enacted by the Seinlin government, and
overrules all municipal legislatiun. In
tbe single matter of lire escapes it ie
held in certain quarters that the requirement of the Provincial Act are
such as in many instances prohibit
the erection of such safeguards as are
necessary to the protection of life.
The Act appears to have beeu devised
for rural municipalities where buildings nre low, but it is equally operative
in its rule over buildings eix and 7
storeys high in cities. In the Interior
it was explained that during the
winter months the iron fire escapes
required hy the Provincial Act nre
such as no man would trust bis life
upon, much less a woman or child,
snow and ice being the riskprudiieing
incidents.
Chief Foote stated yesterday that
the Government listened to the representations made, and asked the
Interior chiefs to present a draft ot
suggested amendments to the presont
a draft of suggested amendments to
the present law, when the matter will
receive uttention.
Examining the eyes with improper
instruments is worse than none because it results in wrung classes. You
take no chance hy consulting Dr.
Harvey the eye specialist, Oct. 20th
and 21st. Hnurs 10 to 12, 2 to 5, and
by appointment. At J.Guy Barbel's
jewelry store.
DOMINION
ELECTIONS
Kootenay Conservative (Candidate Addresses Revelstoke
Electors on Political Issues
of the Campaign.
A large   number  of  citizens turned
out on   Friday right last to hear A. S
Qoolevo, ibe Conservative candidate
for Ko leniiy in the ciuuing Fed(rill
eloctinn. Although Ibe meeting had
been euII.'d (or 8 sharp, it wns after 0
o'olook   when   tbe chairman, W, W.
Foster eullel the meeting to order
The Independent Band was in attend-
une   and   gave -eventI selections prior
to ihe openlrq. of the proceedings;
l'res'iit. on the platform wens A. S.
Gumleic, B.Trimble, T, I'aylor, M P.P.
and W, Vv, Lefeaux,
Mr. Taylor nn   being called upon to
address tbe meet ing thanked them ull
for their gonoriius wclcunio and ex
pressed pleasure at ."inch a represent*.-
tive gathering and also at the fact ol
the in'eresl taken by the electors in
the present pnlitiottl situation, al-
though i Ins electt,ms had been deferred.
He was .Ind io son that tho peop'e
were alive to ihe situation, Here-
viewed bis own cuv,!. in proviiiO'fll
politic.*-Mid lhu liked the electors for
tlieir support ami omilldenoe and s.iid
'Im be buped tn it thoj wool,! return
Mr. Goodeve at the Coming Dominion
election as big a majority ns they bad
etlll'ii'd It nt at lit- I nt pr ivinei tl
elsotiuo, Mr, 'Puylur suit! that he
would n I touch nn Federal issues,
since be knew that the electors were
anxious t,, hear rrom Mr. Goodeve nn
that, but iu disoussii . n few provincial matters Ins said be would poi ,t
uut bow In-could and the people could
he!;' Mr. Goodeve He referred to
A-iulic immigration aud explained
io* the Liberal government at Ottawa
md repeatedly turned down tlie hill
put forward in the provincial bouse
for the exclusion of Asiatics, and on
the last (location the bill bad been
to the couriii and pronounced ultra
vires, ihe Dominion g i ernment alone
having   power    I.n    update   Orientilj
immigration. He pointed uut huw in i
successive years Ihe question had been
dallied wiiit und bow after 1900a
comoiii-siun -.v.,-. appointed to invesli- j
gate the Abiat.o immigration into B. |
C, with tbe result that it was ;o be
restricted, In spite of this the Ori- i
entals still were alio ed in, and'in
1905 Sir Wilfrid Luur.ier said that
Ottawa ivu.ilsl accept the Japanese'
Treaty and ratified it. He then referred tn the riits at Vancouver with
the Japs lust year and i xpluined huw
Mr. Leu ictix went to Japan to lake
up ttie question of Jap immigration
and returned—with nothing. B. C.
hud endeavored iu exclude the Japs
although the courts bad disproved
their aotlon, The Dominion only
was found In I uve p wer nud .the Liberal g lenni ent turned down H. 0,
and ratified the Jiipuinse Treaty. Mr.
Taylor tin n red rred to "Hotter terms"
and Hated that H. 0, pays $20,000,000
m ne into the Federal treasury than
she receives back. He referred lo
Pteinier Mo Bride's mission both to tbe
Conference of Premiere and to England. II. 0. should hue special con i
sideraiinn since it was a province
difficult to administer and develop and
the Premier had indignantly refused
the special grant from Ottawa made
by lhe conference of Premiers, of
$100,000 per an mini for 10 years, on
the grounds of it being too little.
"Why," said Mr. Taylor, "the paltry
$11,0,000 would nut bo sufficient to
build the now trallic bridge over the'
Columbia Rivur ut llevelstnke which
will soon le constructed, let alune
anything else." (Cheers.) The premier uf B. C. had asked lur $750,000 a
year iu perpetuity, which wns unly a
fair thing (ur such a province as B. C.
It was unlttii for B. C. tu be lido-
tricked, lie then explained huw Mr.
Burden, when he takes the reins uf
Dominion power on Nov, 12, hid
promised tu sottle the question, and
wniild furthermure cut uut tbe [toll
tax and repeal the rcnl and income
tuxes. He finally urged the electors
11 turn uut on polling day and give
Mr. Qoodove nnd the Conservative
government a great majority and vole
for n white B. C. and clean government. (Cheers.) Mr. Taylor then
referred to tbe Columbia River traffic
bridge and suid that plans wero now
under consideration at Victoria und
that very shortly tenders for construe
tion work would lie called, (L u
cheers.) He also said the OOUntrj
would develop and prosper with tin
construction of the Grand Trunk and
tbat   from   lievolstoke   tu   the uortb
Hunters"
Supplies
Rifles, Shot (iuns, Am*
munition, Good I hinting
Knives, Axes, Fishing
Tackle and other sporting goods.
RANGES   AND    HEATERS
Wa are showing the best Hue of Heaters,  Ranges, etc,, that
bus been seen iii llevelatoke and our Increasing sales prove thai
we tu.vi- the right g mils and pi ices.
Our PluuihiiiK department is up-to-date nnd we are doing
tho best wi       b il ;   lone in the oity,
Bourne   Bros.
GROCERIES        HA..DWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
Those cravenettes
AND RAINCOATS
COME IN HANDY.
cay1;
Rain has fallen since the world began. Rain
will fall as long as the world lasts. It makes a delightful feeling to walk out in the rain wearing a
nice cravenette and not getting soaked, besides, a
cravenette is just as good lor sunshine as any other
kind of overcoat.
All cravenette coats are not alike' you might as
well get one that has style. When you are at it
come to the store that has style in cravenettes.
We also carry a fine assortment of Umbrellas
and Rubbers for Rainv weather.
McKinnon Cb\ Sutherland
LJ
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THE    MOLSONS    BANK
Until further notice this Bank will be open
C. P. R. Pay Night and following night each
month.
Open every Saturday evening from 7 to
9 p. m.
SAVINGS
At all Branohos.
BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Money io Loan
At 8 Per Cent.
S.BBALD   AND   FIELD
INS'- RANCE
NOI ARIES PUBLIC
LOANS
would  be opened up to the G.T.P. in
the near future.
W. Dale asked permission ts, address
the audience which wus readily granted. Mr. Dale, who it mny be remembered lost an arm ut tbe dredge accident last year when Capt. Bacher wss
killed, made an appeal to the meeting
to help bim [seoure oompeniation
from the Dominion Government wbi h
bad refused his claims. He explained
how he had become maimed in government service and now could get no
redress. He appealed to all to help
him with his petition.
WW. Lefeaux, on rising, thanked
the Conservative party for giving him
a chance to speak on behalf of bis
party, the Soeiailists.    He was glad to
(Continued on l'agc Three). TIIE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
She flfoa.Mbcvalb.
HUBUBHKU   WKiiNKSli.W AND BiT'JK-
DAV AT
iRBVELSTUKE. B.C.
MURPHY    &    FISH lil.
Barristers, Solicitors,   Etc.
0 T T A W A
Parliamentaii,    Departmental
and  Patent Ollice Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Crii...   Ml'KI'HY.
HaR01.I1  FlSHEK
pILLAN A ELLIOTT
Solicitors-, «tc,
KKVEI.sTukK (Mi TROUT l.AKK II. 0.
,'. X. Hit US J, I    l.l.l.li'l'l
HARVKY, MoOARTKR
ANI) l'i       HAM,
HARKIHrHllH, SOLICITORS, KTC,
1'rrK.iMi :   iMrkiKiAi.   Hank lltivm ■
Ill.KI.   11, U,
liom.j to loan,
OlDo-M: KdTeLUiku, 11 I       I'mt.linsok, K   15,
a-Hi. f. MuCahtxk,
•..   M     I'lNklllH, J. A.   IUkvkv,
Rsrslttoke, B. C.     rraiiiiruok,n.
s
i. M. Scull i.L
tOOTT   ..    BRIGUS
W. 1. llrlKK".
lJARRUIThKH, Miiil.lt nulls, E'l
MoNRV to Loan
SOLICITORS Vnu Mni.sitic".   -.an
First Street. Itevc    oke, H.I
I013KRT SMITH
Kl
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
Engineering
MoEbkzie Avknuk.
Box lot), Rbvhlstojce
Banff Hard Coal
Wc iin: now receiving ;i full supply of the
different sizes of this Coal, tlie best domestic fuel on the market.
All orders will be promptly and satisfactorily intended  to.
Try some BRIQUETTES in your Range or
Open Grille.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
M
ISS Jl. K, CRBIGHTON
Certificated Teacher ol
I .unu. Vocal Theory.
Musical Kindergarten
ClH_.es tui' young children.
St ndio o.el
BEWS' DRUO STORE
Black
Watch
"Biggest and Best"
Plug
Chewing Tobacco
Zbc _1DaiU1bevalb
Ttiere ii an much bud iu llie be.t of us,
Aud so mach K""s l iu Ihu worst ul OB,
That it hardly behooves any of us.
To ii,.. about lhe resl of us.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, MI08
LEST WE FORGET!
Elsewhere in this issue will he
found the information dealing with
the qualifications for a civic franchise .md the formalities to be attended to by every would-be citizen.
It .-li'io.ld he borne in mind that
Saturday, Oct. 31, is the laat day
for applicants to be enrol led on
tiie municipal voters' list ami all
those who have not ilone so should
lose no time in entering their
names. In ull matters relating to
civic improvement and, in fact, in
everything in connection with the
legislation of tlie city and especially in the forthcoming municipal
elections in January, lhe voice ol
the people should he heard, and
the stronger the voice the better the
decision. Jt should not he left io
a few to carry on civic polities, but
each and every citizen Bhould take
advantage of hits right and use his
or her franchise in order to express
public opinion, which should in
reality be the governing element.
So far. we understand, that little, if
iny, interest has been taken in
local civic politics, and perhaps the
time is not yet ripe, hut nevertheless those who intend to become
citizens of Revelstoke and who
wish to have a say in the administration of the city -imiild interest
themselves now, before it It too
late If people neglect to go
through tlie necessary forma of
application then it is not within
•heir right 10 register kicks at
municipal errors next year ,t"
which their own negligence will
have contributed. If you have a
right to vote and can claim a voice
in civic aflairs, then it i.s within
your jurisdiction to criticize^and
complain, if you feel so inclined.
The more interest taken in these
matters the sounder and more solid
becomes civic government, and
every citizen should try, if possible,
to take an active part in all matters pertaining to civic management and not, after thev have
elected their mayor and aldermen,
sit back and grumble at nil they do
or fail to do. Civic pride once
established on a proper basis will
tend to expand the minds of the
Citizens and  with  a lively interes-t
in civic work, the people will find
thnt they themselves will he much
better off.
SCHOOL HOME WORK
The 1'iieBtion of home work for
school children has of recent years
been a most prominent one and
considerable controversy has arisen
over the subject. The Toronto
Home Journal has the following
pointed remarks to make:
"One of the barnneleB that still
cling to our educational system ifl
the custom of giving children home
work. The six hours ii buy or girl
spends in school is usually n itutli-
eient tax upon his or her mental
capacity nnd the time out of school
should he devoted to play or other
duties than lessons. lt in the
teacher who should work overtime
preparing his work fur next day
His business should not he to
merely hear lessons hut lo teach in
the proper sense of the term. As
it stands the public school teacher
is too frequently a mere monitor
who directs the studies of bis
pupils and listens to recitations.
In even the secondary schools
there is tun little teaching and too
much dependence upon text hooks
and the unaided effort of the
scholars. With all our development in teaching methods we are
still a lung way from the ideal,
especially in tlie handling of our
primary schools." •
CIVIC VOTERS' LIST
October 31st is the Last  Day
for Application
October 81st ie tbe lost daj on
Which applications! enn be made foj
enrolment on tbe civic voters' list
with any hope of the applicant being
allowed to vote ut the .luunary elections. In connection with thia mutter it should be oUted lhat thia voters'
list has uo connection whatever with
the list governing their votes on
money bylaws, this latter being privileged only to liona tide property
owners. The following ure entitled
to have their names inserted on tbe
voters' list for the oity for the year
1909 :
Any British subject, male or female
"t the full age uf 21 years, being
1.—An owner of real estate of the
■isaeseed value of nut leas than $100.
2.—A resident authorized representative of an incorporated company
which is the usaesaed own r "i land
and uf improvements uf land within
the municipality
.'i.—Thf owner of a trad- icence
the annual fee of which ie not lesa
than $.j.
I.— A  bouseholdet      Householder"
CORONER'S INQUEST
Accidental Death—Jury Add an
Important Rider
An inquest was held on the body of
Richard Samuel Brill on Saturday
night by Coroner Dr. Hamilton. Tbe
deoeased wus found early on Satmday
morning on lit ■ O.P R.  track between
j the bridge and the Big Eddy mill, his
j head and face being smashed, 11 w«B
supposed that the deceased who wus
very deaf did not, hear the approach o
ia (ruin and w.is str'n-li liy tbe engine,
the dense fog at the time of the accident    preventing   u clear  vision along
I the line. The following is the jury's
verdicl
VV e the undersigned, find a verdict
thi.t Richard Sam-tel Brill met his
death by being struck by an engine
und thai no blame can be attaehed to
anyone.
The evidence goes to show that,
there is no other means of communication let ween the west side of the
the Columbia River and RevelBtoke,
than the Railway bridge.
There is considerable traHic between
these points hy employees of the Big
Eddy sawmill living in Revclstnke,
and also those owning land on the
weat side of the Columbia River. We
are of opinion tlmt this matter should
he brought before the authorities at
Victoria with a view of providing
safer, and legal u eans of communication between Revelstoke and the west
side of the Columbia Kiver.
Peranns will) weuk eyes, perbap,
never fully consoious of detective sight
nee in u manner they never thought
possible, by l.r. Harvey's skilful lens
combinations.
WA XT ED
Timber Licenses Retained
Despite tbe conip native dullness u(
tlie limber market for the past 12
iiiiiiilbs it is a significant fuel, that the
bo'ders of standing timber in British
Columbia huve clung tn their property moat tenaciously, Jin exceptionally few elites huve special lieonacH
been permitted to lapse; even men
whu ure known to bold claiina on
which the timber is very poor never
allowed their holdings tu gu by default. During the paBt month or six
weeks the market for timber lias
brightened considerably, and there
are a fairly large number of deals of
magnitude now under way.
Bews' witch hazel cream, the best
for rough hands and lor use after
shaving,
I.   O.   F.
Court M,sum ItoKhl''. N,. . .4111, meeln 2nd end
lib Mnti'Iiiys in Uililtiilliiws Hull, next to Oiiern
House. VisitiiiK brelliren ciiriliiilly invited In
attend.
J.W. Garland, c.b.
H. Vi. BDWAKlia, R.H
C.   W,   O   W
Mountain View Camp, No. 220
Meet* Si-iiond anil K. iirtb Wtsiliiiis-iluyii in
each month. Ill Selkirk Hull. Vlallln Woodmen nordinuy Invllr-I 10attend,
w. 1). At'MSTItONO, Con. Com,
J. McIN'l'YKK. Clerk.
RI.VKI.STOi
w
VKRIE Nn.
E
The miliar meetings are held In the Selkirk
Hall evory Tuesday evening- al. » 0 olook
Visiting brethren are cordially invited.
J.   LKHI.IK.  PaKSIDItNT.
w. k. McLauchlin. 8wmnTA»i.
Kootonay Lodge, No. IB, A. -". A A. M.
The reenter meeting, nre held in the
M-KONII'TKMPLK
Oddfellows Hall, nn
the third Monday in
si ifli month ut ft
0 m VisilinKbrethren cordial'y wel-
c'stne.
('.   .v.   l'HI_K'UNlh.lt, SKCItKTAIIY.
SKI.KIItlv   ,      ,J'. No. 12, 1.0, (). K
Meets every Thursday
veiling iu h'uslkirli
H it 1 o'clock
Vial ' brethren cor
dial      'iivtted  to ai-
G. H. KNIGHT, N.u. SeM Sue
Cold Rang. Lo «2r K. of  P.,
no. 16, Ra    4r.ke, B. C.
MltKTH      Vf.KV   W
IINfcsliA , ,
ex tent rii nl Wednesday
(saeb in. 1 e ..nlft-i! ,*
Hall at s i'oi -«. Visit".
Kni. his 1   • n ,r.iisilly   nvit.it.
II. CUNNINGHAM WORMS, 0. C
li. H. HROi K   K   nt  K. ,.:s 1
J. li. St'OIT, 11, ol F.
ST. ANN'S   CONVENT
Boarding   "chool   for   Qirls
KAMLOOPS,   B. C.
Children ol" all Denominations ud.
inilleit. Complete Preparatory Studies.
High SeliQOl Course. Music:—Piano,
In-.!nun,-nis, For terms and other
particulars apply lo—Sister Suprrior
OPENING    8EPT.    1st    1908
WHEN BUYING JEWELRY
reputation is 11 pnlenl factor lo he considered tie it ia synonymous with the
quality, merit und pp-its id..tlic gu.uls
snid. If yuu deal at Hastings, Doyle A
A Hum's you will know yuu will he
treated fairly, no » st'er bow you mny
be lacking iu technical kuuwledge (it the
value and quality of joweld of any kind
We keep only the best and choicest
Where gold is used it is marked with tin
carai s'athp, with silver it is Sterling, in
I'einn and precious Stones their quality i-
fully guaranteed.
Hastings. Doyle & Allum, Limited
A New Carpet
from our choice and handsome
stock of Axiuitihter, Wiltons, etc.,
will give you both pleasure and
satisfaction when you see the rich
and beau: iful effects of the colors
and patterns and lhe durability
of the fabrics. Our carpets are
made by tbe best manufactures,
and are niudu tu wear well, as well
ns tu look well.
Jt HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
______
AM M jails
% i^__Mlral.
;ifa_    _tx_
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    _fct. O.
f *»A%.'M*i%***H'V%*VW-"V-1kW-*-**'tV'l
*   P.       Urt*5    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. J
HIlAD OKflCK '   ('aluiuv,    It.lii'HT*.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Poi-k Pucker- ml Dealers In I.'"-■■■ Stuck     Milk    s iu 11 I Hn- priori
pulOitis mil P 1,111s of    Vln'ii 1.   Ili'iiis-h !'■'  nil'. 1  Iilie  Yukon,
Puckers i.f iti.- Celt-tii uted Hint I  " Imp 1 1  1" Hams and Bnenn,
ul •• Shamrock" Hi.iml I,.nl' l.,u,l.
-*%■».%■»_.%■% %•_«%«_-%%%%« ■%."%--%■_. «.%Vt«%« •>*
PLACE YOUR ORDL.KS WITH
S. McMAHON,   -  FIRST STREET
For Agricultural tiupleraeuts. Carriages, Wagons Ktc, John
lie.-_.-r-_. Ploughs, Mnliue Wagons, C.umilii Carriage Cnitipaiiy't-
Huggl_.s, IM.'iit-i jr., Uunleu Ssodors autt (.uHivalors, Wheal-
wright uml Blacksmith Wurk MLit-u.teut tu. Horse Imelug a
Bpttclalty
Central Hotel
_________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built        Kir. t-olass in every resjie-t.    All modern convenience*-
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $150 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   management
Sale of Mineral Claims in Revelstoke Assessment District
KKSS.MAKI.N'i.      til       1. ..onuhle
terms.    Apply Ml - 0. W  I.iven,
I)
Ko.u th -ni
n*lOK SALE Ds,.- 23 acre lo, k und
_£i one 10 ill-re liloi-k of choice fruit
and fui iniiiyr land -sin-' ,, 1"E.p. L
Anow Lake, Apply John Nalsoi .
t i-ili-n i Bay, sep-jl) 1111
FOB   SALE   Arrowhead Drugs! ore
for Sale, possession  Nov b .  I
Apply In M ■ J. Dosovas, Arrow he .
B. (.' -p Hi li
1 iiiii SALE Two good Milk 1 s>-
_T    Applj Mathisoi    ,\:    1 1    •
.Sunt li Tt
riHl. SALE- CHEAP Nine Hrst-
_P rii-- Dairy Cows, Apply In Hox
SOS, Arrowhead. Sal l23od
r,\.NTKD-
inii
.it
FOR SALE
Si   ■
Mail-Hera Lii
WANTED- Upstairs work or din
ingrooin i,y experienced wouirtn
Apply al "in- tn M. Abel, Gulden.
Small Coal Self Feedei
nod
offl
).\in\KH   WANTED  to    traw.l,
with .it'on* -.To     Paying ronceri .
Write "Partner," offlce thi1- pnper.
r|_> LET   Good furnished room with
1 i« ub..,it board. Apply Box 306,
rTTANTBD    \
VV     foi   family
M x ,1 -H i-.n ii.ii
.„,. .1
ol    ■
el v.lllt      l^ll I
\|iply .it
ball mean and include any  person of I -tttANTED   Sewins   hv
VV    Apply 1
the full age ol "-I who 'tcmipien »
dwellin. tenement, hotel or boarding
boute, or any part of aucb. and who
.hail iinled-* exempt hy u municipal
by-law, have paid directly to the
municipality, ratea taxi!., and fee. of
nut leni than .2 for the current,   year.
Tbe nam . of property ownem, aa
above, will be taken from the aiMM*
1 ment roll and ioaerted on the lint.
Representative!    of    incorporated
companies mmit hand in their an-
tburity to the  city   clerk   before their
names can lie inserted.
Licence   holders and  householders
must make their statutory declaration
during this month ("October; und band
the same in to the City Olerk, within
-18 hourH after it is made
.It-eel,   West.
lbs-    'I.i V
Mixi  Nellie Beck, 3rd
wAu,r;
'ANTED—Young girl to take care
bildren in pi Ivate residenc
Apply Mall-Herald offlce,
ANTED   About five or ten acres
of land near Revelstoke to pur
w^:
vv
chose, Improved or unimproved.
Send particulars to Mall-Herald ,
AN'TKIi    To  iiiiii lno-  from  _ 1,0
res of ' I.-«1 .-I I or uncleared
Kouil   level   Und, wil bin 2 mile, of   Iti.
Revelstoke post office, Owners only
reply, dive Full particulars H Horkly
General Delivery, Vancouver.        tc
YOUNG   MAN   desires   board   and
room, ur room separate.   State
terms.   T. Vernon, care Mail-Herald.
NOTICE
Notice is- hereby   «ivi'ii   that the 1111
All deolar-1 demlgned will, at the expiration of one
atlons must be handed in by | p.m. on I »'."I,:,h', "^'iV.. ']"\ s"i;"'|i"1"'"'"';'
'    ■ ni lb iivinisnii ruble fnr a transfer to
Dctober BI,    KnrmB of declaration can I Onrontttlon Hulel Company, Limited,
be obtained at the Oity Hall. ' of the hotel license now held by me in
respect   of  ihe  Coronation  Hnlel al
"* j Ciiiiihiirric, II. 0.
Buck called cnal don't burn.    Cnur-1    Dated this .rd day of August; HWK.
sier's coal is Fuel, augfilin        OORV MBUHUUCK.
I betel.v give notice that on MONDAY, the SECOND DAY of NOVUM BE II. A. I'.,  HWH. ul the hour of III
clock in Ihe forenoon, at the Court House, Revelstoke, I shull oiler for sale ut public unction the mineral claims
1 he list hereinafter sel mil, of the persons in lhe said list hereinafter set out, of which Crown Grants huve been
sued, fnr all unpaid tuxes accrued and due und payable on the 80th June, 1!NM, nnd for the expenses of advertising
ii- not ice.
If ibe i.txes and expenses of advertising, as sel oui in suid list are mil paid to mu uu ur befure the day of sale,
te claims may be sold to the highest bidder, and a conveyance executed to the purchaser uf all right and interest
saiil claims legally alienated by the Crown by the Grown Grunts thereof.
In the event of there being no purchaser, or if the price offered shall not be sufficient to pay the taxes and
p..ii ifadvertUing, the luud shall revert tu tho Provinco and the Orown Grants thereof shall bo deemed void.
I_IST   ABOVE   MENTIONED!
HENRYS
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For tlio Farm, Cnrileu Lawn
or Conservatory
Keliiilile varieties ul reasonable prices, No borers, Scale
or fumigation lo damage stock.
Nn windy agents lo unnoy you.
Huy direct and «rt irees uml
seeds thai urow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,Spray
I'litnps,  Spraying Material,  Cul
Flowers, etc. Oldest established nursery on the mainland
of B. 0.   Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRV8 NURSERIES
Green Ileuses aud Seed  Houses
VANOOUVER, B. C
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
SAILINGS
From
Liverpool
From
Montreal
Quebec
Sat. Sep.28 Lk.Manitoba
Fri. Oct. 2 Emp. Britain
Sat.  "  10 Lk.Ohainplain Fri. Sep.28
Fri.    " 16 Emp. Ireland Fri.   Oct. 2
Sut.    " 24 I_ik« Erie     Wed.    "   7
Fri.     "'   4 Emp. Ilritnin Fri.    " 10
Intermediate Season from Montreal
and  Quebec
EMPRKSSES-
Ist. Class and. t'luss .inl. Class
$,jo 00    $48 7 .        ' $28 7^
LAKE MANITOBA-
IS!, Class 2nd. Cluss 3rd. Class
$7 J 50        $.|2 tjo     ' $27 50
Otuhk i.akr Boats—
2nd. Class jrd. Class
$45 on       $27 50
Oheap rales to Atlantic Seaboard
pnintH in connect ion with steamship tickets.
Passengers hooked lo Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg mid
all other confine tal ports.
Forfurth r information appl to
T. W.Bradshaw,    C.B.Foster,
Agent,. A.G.P.A.
Kevelstoke. Vancouver.
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
D raying
Storaf e
All Kinds of Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES,  riANOS, KTC.
Denier in Wood,  Ooal and Feed.
Phone 71. HoiiBe Phone 7
SAME UK  PERSON   A8SBS8BI1
A.M Craig. F.McC
Florence Me( Ihi-1 y
uty, R.W.Northey
IlKHCItllTIOS OF CLAIM
UNPAID
TAXI'S
>"_
Geo, I). Hi ynnier
.lohn Brown, \\"  0
l.irk. el   .il
M, E, I-.     ■
Aii^'ii- .M'Nish
(lolumhj ■ A Oarib
,0 (,   M. I'n. I.lrl
ul
Geo.   Alex,in,|. I . el
MetropoliianO.AH.M I o.of LardeauLd
W. N. (It avion
A. VV. (i'tay and T,
lliiKh Sin li.'il.ii.'l
It   li.ivey
Smith Curtis  . .
Dalpbne M. A De-
Co
Cana inn Girl,
Arabian
Victoria IV
Belcher
Maple l,eaf
Fairvlew
Mammoth
Shamrock
Robson
Mammoth No, 2
Dundee
Chieftain
Duchess
Silver Tip Nn. '_'
Dundas
Portland
Bastern K ini,
l.itiie .Ioe
Molly
Molly l-iui'iiuii
Wm Eagle
New York
Host nn
Chicago
Montreal
San Francisco
Kuirview
Metropolitan Fraction
Chicago Fraction
Kamloops
Triune
Enterprise
Silver Chief
Kamloops Fracl Ion
Revenge
I X  I,
I X I, Fraction
Hoffman
Athens
Duplei
Copper King
Hig Four
Mamiilh
Silver Tip
Corby
Mountain M
Mtndow Oiiern
Emma
Lot Nu. I7t).*i
273*1
27."II
27:".".
270ii
2707
2708
270H
.-1.O8
-*i8ll
.".842
;>84:i
."■840
5847
88_8
6856
1820
2728
2727
272(1
2688
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.via*
3827
aw
fi*«ll
6890
6881
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m,2
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.-|082
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6684
."1OK--1
1727
(I IHU
♦817
481H
9682
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8880
.'IK (7
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riotii
8606
.-,107
Oroi
1
ra on
1
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1
1     05 00
1
62 50
I   :    15 oo
1   ;    85 00
1    '     20 IKI
1   '    02 60
1   '     10 00
1
17 00
1
16 60
1
4 00
1
10 ."id
1
20 IKI
1
16 ">o
1
.'il .70
1
180 00
1
!,ll 00
1
118 00
1
10 50
1
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1
27 76
1
33 75
1
23 50
1
23 25
1
30 00
1
30 00
1
4 .TO
1
6 25
1
17 SO
1
25 50
1
25 1)0
1
18 60
I
8 00
1
1(1 50
1
26 50
1
25 (K)
1
88 00
1
80 00
1
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1
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1
2.7 60
I          20 00
II    _n no
1    1     _H I.)
1    !     HI) 7,">
1         Si 00
1
66 «•
2"(KJ
2'(K)
2 00
2 (Hi
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
_ (JO
2 00
2 00
2 IN I
2 00
2 110
2 00
2 00
2 0(1
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
200
2 00
200
2 00
2-Si
200
2 00
2 00
2 IH)
2 00
2 00
2 00
200
2 (H)
2 00
2 00
2 00
11 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
.VI 00
07 (HI
07 00
04 ."tO
47 00
07 00
22 00
04 50
12 00
ID OH
17 60
8 00
12 50
28 00
17 50
33 50
132 UO
101 00
145 00
18 60
18 50
20 75
35 75
30 60
25 25
--41 00
41 00
650
7 26
10 50
27 50
27 00
20 50
5 00
12 50
27 50
27 00
11 00
11 00
28 00
28 00
27 50
2. (JO
28 00
28 (HI
32 75
25 IHI
57 00
I luted ill Revelsluke
II. 0„ Oct. lllll, IIHW
K.  EDWARDS.
Dejsiiy Assessor and Collector Revelstoke Assessment District.
West Kootbnay Land District
Take Notice that 00 days after date
I Arthur E. Evans, of Heaimi, B. C.
occupation, prospector, intend to
apply for permission to purchase lhe
following described bonis Bil Hated oil
Fish River, in West Kootenay dis-
trlet.
Commencing at the mul h-east, corner uf A. I). iMiickuy'spre-emption Nu.
7,805, and marked "A. E. Evans,
North-west Oorner Post.," ibence 8
chains to west, line of McKiniinn's
pre-emption; thence 50 cbains south,
tbenee 8   chains   west   lo    Mai-Kay's,
thence north 50 chains to point nf commencement, containing 40 acres more
or less.
Located August 3rd. 1808.
A. F   EVANS, Locator.
notIcT
MINERAL CLAIM
IN   THK   MATTER   OF   AN   APPLICATION
(or lho itwuoof a duplicate Certllloalo of Title
tol-'it 1UW, (iroup One, Mutt-lot of Kootenay.
•J"1?. '';i"lre" Miuoral Claim (exceptingan
iin-llvul'il onc-twrlftli interna thorein).
NOTICK 18 HEREBY OIVKNthat It l_ my
intention lo iiwuc at tho expiration ol one
1uunl.l1 nflor tho Hrst publication hereof a
duplicate nf tho Colli Ileal 11 of Title for lot
lOW, Uroup Ono, nun-let of Kouienay "True
fiwutro" niini'i'id claim (except ing an undivided
iino-lwolflh interctil Iherelul In lho name of
I houias Downs, whioh Oortlfluale Ib datod th-s
17th of Huron, 1897, and numoerod 3263 C.
H. F. MACLEOD.
.     , ,.   , lilitrlct Rsslstnr.
Land Fogltiiry NIHcc, Nolson, B. 0.
Sepl cm her III- h, 10(18.
AUTOMOBILE LIVERY
Powerful car, scats  live, fnr  hire hy
the day or hoar at reasonable ternip.
Regular street trips all duy.
Stands -Union Hotel. Phone 27.
Oriental glutei, Phone 18.
C. TURNR08S, Proprietor.        Phone 41
NOTICE*
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Koote>i,y,
Take notice that C*. Brink, of Halcyon, B, 0., Cruiser, intends to apply
for permission to nurchaae the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted on
the cost side of Uppov Arrow Lake, at
the south-east corner of Lot 2451, and 1
marked "G. K. Brink's North-West.
Comer Post"; thence east 20 chains:
thenco south 20 chains; tlience west
20 chains to tho lako shore; then._
northerly along the lake shore 20
chains more or less to the point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less.
':  ,  . G. K. BRINK.
Dated August 5th, 1008.
BIIV, DOCTOR or
dwpalr. "Don't do ■
^'"P". HII you BMcloarlr
what, s boat by aid of
DON'T __	
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health. dlMMp. lovo, marriage and parentage
_3o_____U_T___S fi »<I«t*r,_iit don't tike le
840pages IflimtraUid, 26cent*! but tolnti_doe_
lOMnU °" *nr *d"lt ,or V0"***"'
M. HILL, PUB. OO.
iie ■■_« uth »ir..»,      Naw vouh THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C
Tho oven does
tho baking, the
fire-box controls
the oven heat,
and the grates
hold the coal or
wood that produces the heat, so
THE GRATES
are important.
Sask-alta
■_ \ .
' \Double
\D\rplex
Grates
"Sask-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made
tn four pieces, each grate shaken separately.
Ashes over one grate can be shaken without
wasting good fuel over other grate. No poking
necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both
ends of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When
grates are inverted for wood a patent clamp
retains them in position. The easiest-working
way is the surest-serving way — and that's
"Sask-alta" way.
MSClaiys
!"!_««-» Te--i-_<e,Mi*r^
FOR SAM HY
BOURNE BROS., Revelstoke.
This Trademark Guarantees
^%U      that   Fit-Reform  Suits and
FIT-   wl     Overcoats are always in perfect
REFORMjy     sty'e anc* taste—that  they will
give excellent service—that they
are  the hest   values,   for   the
money, in Canada.
This trademark guarantees that every garment
bearing it, must give complete and lasting
satisfaction or your money back.
Behind this trademark is the Fit-Reform
Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored
garments.
Fall styles are ready.    $15 up.
48
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
- liivelstoke, B. C
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   ALBERT     STOIC-TIE      .PIROIP.
Queens jtotel
COMAPLIX
Tits, "brands ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
Certificate of Improvements
Zt-TOTICZE
Morning Star, Eastern Star, Grand
View, Flora Bell and Eureka mineral
claims situate in the Revelstoke Mining
Division of West Kootenay District. Located on lhe Norlh side of the North-east
brunch of Laforme Creek.
Take nolice that I, Guy L, Williams,
Free Miner's Certificate B1..265, as agent
for Charles Walsh, Free Miner's Certificate 11,1421111; for Ed, Adair, Free Miner's
Certificate H.4-" .1; Samuel McMurty, Free
Minor's Certificate 119426."; Walter Walsh,
Free Miner's, Certificate H94265; F. G.
Walsh, Free Miner's Certificate B94264;
Gilbert Wilson, Fr.e Miner's Certificate
B94a6l, and R. V. Greer, Free Miner's
Oeriifirale B9426J, intend 60 days (rom
date hereof lo apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of Improvements
lot the pm pose of obtaining Orown Grants
nt lin- al-ove claims.
And further take nolice thai action under Section .17 must be commenced before
the issuance of   such  certificates ol   improvement-,.
Oated litis 171I1 day of September, 1908,
m I' 13-nov 13 Giy Li Williams.
IN THK StTREMB COURT OK BRITISH
CoLfMHir
In tub Matted ok the Winding-up
Act.
And in the Matter of The Elwood Tin
Workers Gold Mining Company of
Lardeau, British Columbia, Limited, Non-Personal Liability.
TAKE NOTICE that the undersigned has appointed Friday, the 30th
day of October, 1008, at the hour of
eleven o'clock in the forenoon at the
Court House in the City of RevelBtoke,
B. O.i for the purpose of hearing and
confirming the Report of the Official
Liquidator upon the cliiims of creditors, and of settling, determining and
finally passing Ihe Dividend Sheet,
and nf passing the Official Liquidator's
accounts, and settling his remuneration.
And let all parties attend.
Dated Ibis twelfth  day of October,
A. 0., tuna.
ROBERT OonDON,
District Registrar at Revelstoke, B. C.
DOMINION ELECTIONS.
I'oiiiirni.il (rum Page Olid.
sre en numy In,lii-si present ami hoped
that, when Socialism gained lho duy
the ladies would have the franchise.
(Ijiugbter ) He t.iok for the, text of
hia "sermon," ss lie called it, an excerpt trom one of Oarlyle'it assays:—
"Tnenty-eight millions, mostly fouls."
He explained how this wa. true and
said that only small consideration
should be given to political parties.
He referred to Smith Curtis as being
illogical and bis remarks at the recent
meeting in tbe city, as being weak.
He explained how party men were
fools and affirmed tlmt tbe main issues
of the day were not really considered
Tbe candidates tried all they could to
catch tbe labor vote. He then referred
to actiona taken by Mr. Goodeve st
Rossland during tbe miners' strike
and how he had enrolled s-ecinl
American constables to overawe the
miners. He read a letter from Joe
Martin, which stated that Mr. Oood
eve had no right to interfere with
justice. The speaker then stated that
Mr. Goodeve had dune what was light.
Mr. Lefeaux refrrnd lo the C P R.
alrike and atlirmid that these things
were no pipe dreama and that the
Socialists were holding the war doga
in check. He explained thut the industrial depression had caused thniis
ands of workers to loae their employment, which depreseion was caused by
labor conditions. The workers make
more than tbey can buy and tbe sur
plus causes want as there is no sale
for it Over production was the cause
of Buttering as a wage slave only not
one-third of what be produced. He
was tb'is unable in buy the balance,
mill lb" .,,, plus wus It ,'d, theivf ir.i tt
get rid ol. Ile pointed uut 1 lmt mar-
k tbc.iii-e   war*,   unit    the   g"".in_ of
uiarkutsit variably ended lu iilnml-lnd.
Il wu-s uui..aaniiHi'lc to over-produce it
the surplus cannot be sold and the
dooding ol markets ended in workers
being laid oil'. He explained that a
crisis bad been deferred by tbe recent
wars which had used up all the surplus commodities. War benefits the
capitalist who sells commodities, and
the capitalists and politicians in sending tbe workers to fight played a brave
part. War will relieve the panic and
the peace of the world is being preserved today by the Socialists. He
pointed out that the Socialists want a
co-operative system. 111 concilia ion
he said that in twenty minutes which
he lied been given tn speak, be could
not hope to take in every issue but he
pointed out that the people weren't
clever enough to put in a Socialist
government and he urged tbem to
vote for Curtis or Goodeve if they
didn't know wbat they were voting
for.   (Laughter aud cheers )
Mr Goodeve, on being introduced
by ihe chairman to tbe audience and
who was received with cheers said tbat
he was glad to address a Revelstoke
audience again, and regretted that
pergonal matters should be dragged
into thi' real issues of the campaign,
and yet a candidate must (ive an
account of h -elf it be wants everything 1 1 ,.". well. He vehemently
affirmed that be would not lay under
a stigma and proceeded to explain
hie actions, aa questioned by Mr.
Lefeaux, over the Rossland miners'
strike of 1901. Ho claimed that Mr.
Smith-Curtis had instigated those
letters referred to, and with Joe Martin, bad done it in order to get votes.
He said that he was uot afraid lo
[ace tbe workers and in spite of what
had been trumped up against him
be bad the support of ths labor mayor
of Ro.dand (cheers) He took the
beat attitude oyer the affair a_id explained how his actions were justifiable
and had put on special constables to
avoid trouble. He accuaed Smith
Curtis again of stirring up trouble and
said tbat instead of doing bim harm
the affair hsd done him good and
secured more labor votes for bim.
(Cheers). He referred to Mr. Le-
feaux's statements regarding a cooperative aystem for wage earners aud
positively asserted that tbere was
every chance of doiog tbis on mine
claims owned by miners and told Mr.
Davidson to get busy. He pointed
out that tbere were ample opportunities lor all intelligent men. Capital
will develop resources and bas helped
men who were poor long ago to prosper. He denied that tbe people were
forced to fight Ihe country's battles ss
Mr. Lefeaux bad stated, but pointed
out tbat soldiers go to war voluntarily and fight for tbe flag and
national fieedom. (Cheers) He referred to Asiatic immigiation corroborating Mr. Taylor's remarks and read
a document which proved tbat Sir
Wilfrid Laurier was in favor of Japanese labor and that B. C. was prejudiced snd was making a mistake. He
upheld Mr. Bin den In hia plea for a
white Canada and eaid tbat there
were 200,000 white peopie in B. C ,
and also that there were 40,000
Asiatics in B. C, which number
equalled that of the white males in
thia province and pointed out conclusively that there was an increase ot
lOOpc. Asiatics   per mi num.    British
Columbia was beim; overrun by
Otientals who look away the lisliiug
industry whioh trained them as son-
men tu light event 11 illy ugsinst the
white race. He iir.ed that Mr
liuiden he 11 laiiiinous'y supported iu
IiIb plan lo e.'.clinle Oriental lab .r.
He referred tn the Lemieux Act
accusing the Liberals of rushing it
through without full consideration,
and he explained how that the resolution to refer the bill to a special
committee for alteration and amendment as asked for by Mr. Borden, had
been voted down by ihe Liberal party.
He pointed out tbat how tho railroad
men had suffered since. Mr. Goodeve then dilated on the necessity of
tbe purity of elections as being important and explained how in many
instances the ballot bad been switched
and the voters' list tampered with
Tbe Gout- vatives tuok a stand lor
purity, In aid, and referred to the
Kootenaj ..itieral candidate and his
claim to stand lor the general electi, n
on tbe date originally decided upon.
He showed bow Mr. Smith Curtis bud
found later on thut he couldn't get
elected by Oct 28 uud read a letter
from Mr Smith Curtis pledging no
postponement. Mr. Goodi ve stated
th.t he himself would take all legal
and fair opportunities and said that
he would not. get do n tn such s
despicable practice aa Mr Curtis had
ol trying to gum votes by deferred
elections. He pointe! out lhat out ol
tbe seven deferred elections three were
in I) C, which fact could speak for
itself. IL- v lit'iiicntly alfirmed lhat
Kootenay had been HiHashed, but that
af'er all ihe de'erred 1 lections would
help the Conservative cui.e in spile of
Mr. Curtis, (Cher-). Iu taking up
the que.lin11 • ( „xi's it said th it the
excuse 0 ih-- I.i ith Irt Husiit t Cuuadj
wus gr-.winn j, ,r by year and was
niore • xp. iiMve'., C'tiiliii','. lie eoiv-
pared tin- dill' Ivnce ill luxes when the
Coii-ervative government w.mt uut of
power as 'being iffi.-lli in tend of at
present under the Liberals of $11.70.
He accused ibe Liberals of spending
the people's money wrongfully and
Slid that tbere wss no national monument to show for su expenditute of
over $142,000,000. He referred to the
Quebec bridge and its government
subsidy and denounced the government for the action they had taken
after the disaster, which had already
consumed millions of public money,
aud bonusing tbe bridge company.
He referred to the harbor of Nova
Scotia aud the canal which waB built
at the cost of millions and proved a
failure; to tbo Kamloops wharf as
being no good ou account of sand
bars; to the Victoria breakwater
which cost thousands of dollars and ol
which now remained seven piles; to
tbe St. Lawrence river icebreaker
" Montcalm," giving au amusing
account of the needless luxuiies provided by the government on her
fittings, and how the icebreaker fell to
pieces at her lirst work; also the
government yacht, which wa> bought
and fitted for a fabulous sum for uo
specific purpose. He read extracts
from the Royal Commission blue book
for civil service reports condemning
the general waste of money and bad
department management He showed
bow needless sums of money had been
wasted on Coast lie lit appliances which
were no good and showed that these
things were only a few instances of
how tbe Liberal government had
wasted public money. Hu went on to
show bow among other things large
aieas of grating land in the uortb had
become private property through the
scandalous contrivance ol Mr. Sifton
and eaid that Joe Martin waa responsible for stating when in England
that such a corrupt government as
tbat in the last 12 years had never
sat before. Tbe speaker then stated
that many Liberals go to Parliament
to secure tlieir owu ends and be
accused Sir Wilfred Laurier of allowing graft to become a repioach to
Canada. He vehemently asserted
tbat tbe Conservatives must change
all this. The growth of tbe Dominion
be pointed out was bard and slow, and
he asked by an eloquent appeal il tbe
work of 300 years is to be cast aside.
All muat fight for the Dominion and
Mr. Borden and purity of government.
In conclusion be made a strong appeal
to tbe Conservative standard, clean
politios and a while B. C, and said
tbat il tbe people returned a Conservative government tbe Dominion
would prosper.
The chairman then thanked the
dudience for their attention,especially
the ladies, and God Save the King
brought tbe meeting to a cloat. Three
cheers and a tiger were given for Mr.
Borden and Mr. Goodeve.
To Rent
Mrs. J. M. Moran will rent ber farm,
just south ol the lllecillewaet trallic
bridge. The property contains a comfortable frame house with all modern
conveniences', two storey frame stable
14x20; good chicken houses and runs
for 150 chickens; hog pens, etc. Over
seven acres for easy cultivation; a
large pasture rua for horsee and oows.
An underground irrigation system insures good orops, garden produce, elc.
Apply to Mrs. J. M. Moran, on the
premise*.
DOWKNOf
THE WET WEATHER
COMFORT AND
PROTECTION
afforded by a
t*im_t»
Sucker?
Clean-;
Put
__________
Uf9fy9mtn
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Board by week   -   S5.00
Single   meals as c.
McKenzie   Avenue
CEMENT BLOCKS
Miinufitotiired for       classes of buildiuR!.
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
fnr sale in liir_.o or small qtinutittes
rn thn I .wn-tti prima for cash.
All klii'ln of -HiilriiiiR and plastering
iimlertii-ceD.
A. PRADOLINI, ■ REVELSTOKE
FIRST CLASS
FRESH TIMOTHY HAY
All   kinds   of   new
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
1) ulers in
SILK AND CHINA
DKESSMAIvl.Ntl A SPECIALTY
Wah Chung, - Front St.
P. O. Box, 206. Phone 26
To Trappers
Raw Purs Boutin-
Oash Prices Paia
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
DRUNKENNEM OAN IE 0UHIO
THE   EVANS   Q0LD  0URE   INSTITUTE
The Evans Institute for the cure nf
the drink aud drug titbit-., established
in Winnipeg 14years, aud in Vancouver
1 year, with eutire suc-ess. Now removed to more com mod iw quarters at
960 Park Drive, Grand. *'W, corner of
Purler street.
Prospectus, testimonials, etc, sunt
privately nu amplication. The superintendent or secretary may be consulted
at any time.   Phone B 4020.
CLIMAX
RESTAURANT
FIRST STREET.
SHORT   ORDERS SERVED
Meals, 25c.
MEAL TICKETS.  •  $.500
NOTICE
In i.hi> matter of un application for
the issue of a duplicate nf the Certifloate of Title to Noi'lb . ol Villa Lot 21),
Town of Revelstoke,
Notice is hereby ^ivisn thnt it is my
intention to issue at the expiration of
one month after the Brat publication
hereof, duplicate Certificate of Title to
the above mentioned lands in the name
ol John Larson, which Certificate of
Title is dated the 1st dav of September
100U, and numbered 2711 A.
H. K. MACLEOD,
District Registrar.
Land Reg Oflice, Nelson, 11. C.
7th October, 11)08. oct 10 lm
Notice of Sale
Pursuant to Ibe Order of ihe County
Court of West Kooteuay, hoUlen at Rev-
elsloki", made in lhe action of Itiu flenil
Lumber Company, Limited, v. Columbia
and Kootenay Kailway and Navigation
Company and Charles I). Kirk and VV, J.
Kane, I here will be offered for sale with
lhe approbation of VV. E. McLauchlin,
Esq., Deputy Registrar of said Court al
the Court House, in Ihe City of Revelstoke
ou Wednesday, Ihe list day ol October,
1908, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon,
all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the Town of Arrowhead,
B, C, and being composed of Lot No,
Four (4), Block No. Seven (7).
On the lands is said to be a two story
frame building joxj6 with seven rooms.
'Further particulars may be had from
Harvey, McCarter & l'inkham, Solicitors,
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B. C,
or from
\v. E. McLauchlin,
Deputy Registrar at Revelstoke.
Dated   at   Revelstoke  this   1st  day  of
October, 1908. oct j 4t
NOTICE
KcvclMnko Land Dintrict.
Dim Met of Went Kootenay.
Take notice that I. Norman T. MacLeod of
M-thhrldffe, Alta.. occupation Broker, intend*
to applr for ncrmiialun to porch awe tbe follow
lOIdencnbcd lands:
CommencinK At a post planted at the t-miili-
west corner of Lot nl«:t In rostbnll Valley
about SU miles West of tbe west shore of Arrow L«»c and marked "N. T. Mac'. N.W
Comer," thence 40 chains -ninth, thence .hi
chaini eaal, thenue 40 chains north, thenre __J
chains west, containing 80 acres, more or leaa.
DaleHept.4,10OS.
NORMAN T. MACLKOD,
scp U mm By John B. Taylor, hia agent.
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$60.00
CASH
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because there are fewer parts
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1895, continued to add to the
number, and now have in
constant use more than 700
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" Bank of Montreal.
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and all educational institu-        !
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REVELSTOKE, B. C.
JOB PRINTING
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Bargains ! Bargains !
BUY  N>>W      n    'i Wul'      liny when stuck
is at ite best,    Read tip-ml   and  take  notice
the Bargains thai are offered here.
Handsome Mantles
Ar   special   .lis-couiit   prices      All   the   new
models, tight and semi fitting garments,
Fall Millinery
Are you   wearin       'if   nl    ■   Hats?    Ynu
should!   They   .      being   «nrn  by  llie  best
dressers.     It   ci        no   nn ^    in   have   the
Fall and Winter Underwear
We carry all tin- best rnaket—natural won!—
whin.- ami grey knit gods, Drawers uml
Vest t'j match Ladies' and Children's lllaek
Tights. Priees oo Underwear rango from 25c
s   if l ..'in per garment.
Men's en its
Special   ll ui< .u d   III ,ck   Worsted   nt   lfil5(i
Men's od,I Pants fr -fl 25 to $1.60.
Won's i Ive .it.-, regular .".l'i, now $7
Boys' Tweed Suits
Special Tweed .^nit f> fit). Sizes _l to 2*
$3.50 huysn Tweed S'tit, si/..s 28 to 'A2. Every
Suit now uui! this season's goods,
Boot and Shoo Department
S i' uut' B'ys' School .-shut's. Bvery pair
guaranteed.
Come along uml set  what we can iin for yi u.
Blankets and Comforters
All-wool blankets, loll size, good weight, nt Ifl.
Reg. tfSall-wcol blanket lur $8.60 Blanki-ls
that were $9.50 now selling tit $S. A good
range 'if Comforters ■;' nil prices.
RE 113  &  YOUNG
Vs..
Ai
$ FOR
* Sunburn
* Tan and    *
a. *■■ ■
I    Freckles    f
_S_ ,-i ■        I  v
Y  (,et a   Bottle   ol   onr   Eldci
"*}  Flower   Cream.     .lust  vtbat  *F
^  ym are lnokini* for rj_t-
& SOLD AT +1+
|»   C. R. MACDONALD'S     §
■$»        R"___-   |; '■' f
.fl-ft •$iiMl'-ft*-fr *$"$"% 'M p
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19US to Mi ,t"i Mrs tl. 0 I' Ha> s,
-i iliiighti
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Max. 00 : .    Min. 40 -"
Local and General.
.-
il. A. Brown  ol  Bicanioiu made    ■
■■   j      .i.jt   ;     Xelsou K   '•:   P. is
Gran I Chancellor of   the Knights   of
',':■       - for  H   (.'
■ ■: i  it rget   tilt"  Shirtwaist   d mc
O, _. i II .ii-   nu Tuesday   next,
Ocl    -. 20tli. under  ihe auspices ol
the 1 - 'Iii -  'f tlie Maccabees,
I ■    c',iy   council   have arranged t.
ins-      f.v •   el-," ric   arc    I imps    on
Front  street which   will add considei
iblj to the 1 enii nt t
II ||   Trueman ;. is at rivi d and ■■ ill
, , • 25lh il ■ ii sittings
aoi I r X mas >s In n h |>| rlttiiity
pre. mis it* If forliig    i is   p "'' liture
Why ie it t li ri t the i1 •'-' prewnlid to
tiie   school   here   hy   thn  P
government is n I flying     \ mil ible
flag poll   ■ .   dd   ii it   be   .'    I llicu t
thiog to pt   mn
Mr. J H. Th tmas, official inner I tr
the Mason A Riscb Pian t Co . will hi*
t", town i ■ .i lew d iys. Any onler
lelt with Mi .1 hn McL.i d, Tel 47,
will n .  ive , • mpt attenti ,n.
I. ird Milner, who has : _en   > siti   .
■ .   | tssi ;   '        .-■'-  tin   '  ')
early I    - il :- ■   east
!! >       l.bip aill essay   the  scaling   if
greal   111 cillevi ii I     glacier     al
i i.i ■ ■-
a pr gi   - ■■        ::t tournament will
■    . iday evi ning, Ocl  22,
at tl    C ty Hall, undi r ilu- anspici -
1!  t|it ' Guild,   The pub.
•..■■ , ■        end this evi nt not
.i theii      .in  pli isure but for
p-ibiic benf I
Be; _  for  the interioi yes-
■ ird iy, Aid . te, ol Revi Istoke,
: _de ■ • ' ■ itment in Vancouver
a. ■ tate having pun hui d
nteresl In I il 52, I) >ok 33 11 is
l - ; -jrt> .- •. i '-".rgu Street, almost
.i : .:.'■• :■■ ■■ Masonic Templt
1 hi- . ■:.-... ratioi - I itatt 'I A i
Foote bou, ,   rtj
ment purp ies,—N'ews Advertiser.
Ar: n g< n • nt"   foi   tht    mil   if thi
.    ebrated   Eng  -■    8ht flit   I i     Ir to
-.       ■ plel       1 I    chi ir
'■ miat    it   66  - i        -
• -1 i - 35 tenors and    '     ■ -■ -      ' :
p   I - >i (Hi     had led g
with   tbe  chi ii   1 ad   tin    vh I  I
. ,-.;, i   In   ll ■   ..' ii       I he . I) iii will
o thi   Ulat    im t Grampi in
1 llaag n   rj '' " '-■'
| . spp»^.-.;. -;    ..  IT TAKES A PILE
I -   •:^-" OF   BAP
BAKING
Vs........,-,
' :. A. '• in singly i'iir oustoniei'H.     h   i^
•:       Wondl'lflll      llOW     intlrll    ill'   nut'
'■" % . •■  lii'oad, cuke and pics people nun
ij|jlf*if      .'.'/jl    ,,;l1  :""1   still   want   inoi'c.     Anil
i)    .; i\   ninny of oui'best custoinpiv an-
_<_   ]   ,*A,*\   women who are flrst-clas linkovs
"   thcmsi'lvcs.   Hut as Ioiijj. us i hey
i'.in gel   such   excellent   thinps
bore I la's- wiselyavoid tho bol her
'!' h'lllli' iii kin:;.     Thai's   a Iiini
for mui.
WE LIKE THE ...
LADIES TO COME   bH^sUf
X"' ■    A   >   " . :
■
. .si ,nit- L,'i'iiri'i-n's.    .\,,i        •     '.r««'    •. -t
es il   Kivi> tin-in tin i.I,',, \ ."■ ; ■"
iinliiu'ss with which mn [ '   . '■        Vfij ;"   ■'."■■  ;.'
licncies ni. handled.    It \ | -';    ,(   . [SJ   [ h   ■
il> us a f.'liiiiiiie nl'show- '      "'..   .^.. '
lor a i,ii,k til   gioeoi'ie
tilniie il. i
oi Ibeeli tu
Inble ilelic
also nlfoi'ds us ,a I'huiine nl" showing i In-ill   -is tiling   nrw   nnd    L '  S . ,   ,
nice in tho oatim,-  line.     Won't
you visit us lo-ilay;      We   bive     ( j_ !'$rh
-I thing; we know you would    . .:.■'-. ' :*_• 4">.
I'clisllil VM tried it. ?- _t ,    ,    ^ :||
i     HO'BSOjN    S& ' BELL '
V_ih__h____________i
—I   T..,s_vrirl_w i
Tin i| i-ti"ii ol lire li ni s in lhe
city ia ill . hurtl)  i       .'ii   ti|i  hy  the
i   ;'     l'i,11
I l,e City ( im,,-i! bavi culleil f.'i
i.i.il,r- for clearing the McKenzie
a etttie t,-,' i-,Ii'ni grounds.
'I'll.  I,ai I '   \iil   i.f   Ihi    Methodist
chin' h, wil hold their anniiul Boston
iniiii supper,   riinrailiiy, Oct iher 22ml.
I; A. Upper oi Field, "hilo in the
c'vt lasl »eek |.iirchised the lins, n
itinch adjoining G. I.n forme's property.
Andrew   Martin,   for   causim.   the
death of an I  ilian at,Sbuswa) nnl
Iy, was sentonced to 20 yens imprisonment, the verdiot "f manslaughter
In in_; proved iigiinst him,
The Hevelstoke Qnadrille Olub will
It Id their weekly dance to-night in
h Selkirk hull iiis'einl of to ni'rrow,
Thursday, as originally intended. A
_;, nl nt I'tiilaiii'is is expected this
evuning
Fro n enquiries ut th" hospital this
tn it'iiing we lotrn that It. Smith, P.I..
■",, who ID suffering fin ti un  attack uf
1.1 pllsli I ',-icr i.' l-soi-ri..-sin.    us   filVia-
t y . in. be i snecteil under t he c;;'-
ou n-ttiii 'es
iin 1'iii'sdny evening n1 6:15 lhe
Phy»ieiil Director nill nun I ill men
inieresti il in Iii. study. Su t ■ t lirst
i. il tie i on li ttr's go il si. ily ol
life problems aa the young man of
to day mi'i is tl " n,
The Imperiii unk opened a branch
in K".in,In ips un Monday, K. A.
i: ilntii.. who h■• ■ been managing at
A ■ r ivl.end bas '. e ;i appointed maiia-
gi r at ICiiml n , the lank having
(■cured premie i in the Commercial
Hock on .Main street.
It. P. Pettipiece, organizer of the
International Typographical union, of
Vancouver, has returned front the.
Tr i V- siinl Lab r con out ion at llali-
fax Mr Petupiice will remain over
at Medicine Hal to contest tbe riding
i.i the ;; a i tli-ls intt reus at tlie Dominion elections.
VV. .1 K. O.-b : ne I Vancouver, has
joined tlm 0 linn1"!! Ageucies Limited
ami wil. act as secretary-trcaHirer nf
tin. cimipany. Mr Osborne is
thoroughly piwed in .'Iii- ineiirnnce
l> isine 'I .'• . i- of i be conipan)
en i il ii'inl i l i** ii.'i"'.sts l> iving
nil in    ui hie tttiuil
I.i i' Tom, a chinaman, who has been
residing in Ren 1 stoke for over 18
years, was found dead on Sunday
morning in his room. The deceased
nas 53 nuns ut ago The ooroner, Ur
llaniilti n, held an inquiry and found
ii .ti di a ih was due lu natural oauscs,
uu inquest b.'iug diemcd unnecessary
At the Edison Parlor Theatre on
Friday nnd Saturday there will be a
now program me, ami will include
"Scenes in China" showing portions
nl the world famous wnlls of China,
river and boating scenes, eic, "Poverty
and Probity," showing an accident nt
n mine hy a blowout of dynamite.
The comedy "On Bad Terms with the
Janitor," will also be included wi h
other features to he announced Inter
Mr, C, M. Mays, Mr. F. W. Morse,
and the others of the Grand Trunk
Pacific patty who weie in Vancouver
ten days uga, and who went ii|i io
l'rince-Rtqn'1't; returmd on the Princess May Monday afternoon, They
went on In Victoria and mot, the executive of the government yesterday. |
They will spend several days on the
coast before returning east.
Menard,a Frenchman, who is alleged in bave forged und uttered
cinques ut Kamloops on Saturday,
several merchants having been budly
tiitten, was supposed to have lied that
cit) on Sundayen mute (or the south
via Hevelstoke On' receipt of ihs-
oriptlon hy wire ihe local police hue
made every effort to Lone the man,
hut so far without success, abd it is
d'tihlful il he. ever got off at Revel
sloke . t all.
The funeral of the late Richard
Brill, '.vliii nut Iiii death on S.iiiinl.n
morning by teing struck Iy a C.I' R.
engine, t ink place on Monday, a iiiiin-
Iter of the deceased's fellow workers
accompanying the remains to the
cemetery. At the iiqnesi on Siiur-
il iy night tie eviil nee went lo show
that th engineer of the freight train
which was supnosed to bave heen the
cans,.'ul Brill's death, F, Corson, was
u^ing nil reasonable caution on ap
pi'oaeliing the bridge after rounding
the curve at 'li Eddy Mill ninl bail
slowed his train down n account oj
the dense fog, The li einan Partloe
slated th t the tiniii wa- moving vi ry
slowly and that the whistle was being
Bounded continuously, and that n go tl
! mt wns being kept.
flew fled.vccav
We have just opened one of the prettiest lot oi
Neckwear that we have ever showri. The new
.styles are a decided change to those that have
heen shown and yon will lind all the latest fads
among them, ns well us the every day styles.
We have a nice lot of Fashionable Linen Collars in plain white with polka dots, in eolors
and colored designs. Bows for wci;r with
linen collars in silk and net.
flew Bratfcs
For dress trimmings in a'l colors and all
widths. These Braids are the fashionable
trimming for tlfis season, and we can match
almost any shade of material.
Sibe anb Bach Combs
One of the best and cheapest lines yet shown
and all prices from the cheapest to the best.
You will lind onr line o( small wares always
complete. As we give particular attention to
the little things, that arc needed every day.
MCLENNAN'S
_M__MN__Ua I
;.."$-.
V    ■
Northern Crown Bank
lll'AI) OI-FIClv-WlNNIl'I'ti
Capita! (authorized)      $6,000,000
"        paid  up __,2oo,ooo
Rest, and undivided profits       225,ooo
Pirsiiletil -sii- 11. II. iMi'Miilnii, K.l'.M.G.   Vice Presidents—"Edwiivd Our-
ney in.I dipt. Win, Robinson,    (leu. Man.   J. W. del'. O'Gi-iidy.
Special attention paid to Savings  Bank Deposits
liile1,-1 iillmveil IV date of 'deposll and critditeil qimi'toi'ly,
Open every  (J P. R-   Pay tight, also Saturday Evenings Irom 7 to 9 p. m.
ft Ceneral Barking Business Transacted
The  sin illesl   neeounl recti ws   Prom   us  the siiine  careful intention
On  l HL'i-.-i one.
Office   Corner First  St. and Connaught Ave.
A.   F.  D.   LACS,   Manager   Revelsto.«9   CrancSi
————■ ——_■—
Karn is K
The i..  il  Pini       t i.I    ■      I prioo,
( all ri nil si •■ i.   In !'.,•■'• i on buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
%^_ Real
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agents.     Money to Lorn
-_2
i
j Rubber Goods
of Good Quality
Fountain tod Enema Syringes
nucl h t *:iti-r b .ttie».
All guarauti t d   ind  ri placed
in the   event     if   not    giving
satisfactioi .
Don't forget   the  Shit t ■ .
in ttsi" t ipi'M If nisi mi  I'uesda
.    :   :, :■ 20tb    undi     tin    utsi ices     I
the Ladies ol   be  Maccabees
The   new   cement       li
ra- idly nearing  c impletion  and
linished   section -   givt   a    nenl   ai d
up to-date ii|'|i,- irance t t tbi city
fbi    ' Innadiu ■ ,
H am has  been   in .iteil  to
bibition game  in • Eng
lish i Hympic i well ■       Die ir,vital
will probably be acci pted.
A report is in c
II i.s bi i nthwaiti    VI'    has
In- eeat in il
order  to com]
. .  ■ -.-.■. indidati
Sa
A   ;i acher of   al
using modern   i itei t met..
■   ■
special    ittt u
pupils     Pari c     i  t  nil]   «  h id
this . "
i s. i" ■ i
tinned to   Britie i  by  tl
Methodii
been sitting
■reek    This im   i     vi eu  for
geni ral mission «
E. ,\   Bradli)     .   -  M. ■
A.   McRii
■   >g Iodgi s C ■   val-
i it- .-•■ bas i een   • tcellenl   I
and big   ags an i   pt   ed
' i --   . .    ■    t Caiga       .
it her  n
day last,     Mi -   Indi ■
the pioneers       '
I md had  a      ide circle ol      nnd
ii the wci
tear
nf ber
We carry only 'he bt ft 1
BEWS' DRUG STORE
NEXT HtIMB   BLOCK
A despatch from Toronto _tal
i .iii.-.i,   fool   ihere  by  tin-
t; I'.K. omploj ot    to form a
cvl  rli (hall   ,n.'   ule    ill   I
« ii Iters im • he  mad,     I he engineers
and conductors are said to bi   priino
! m -vers In the scheme
I he   Ladies    < luild    if   8l   Poll i
icliiircli have arranged to hold .« bh i nl
i wm k ami entertainment Tuewls
1 Nov. 24, it. the home of .Mis. .1. j.
Porter McKenzie avenue, Home
cooking, eto,, and an evening musical
in gramme, are included among other
fea t u res
■ ■
md Sut     ' Kdisnt
l lie   report     •'   ■ ,     City   i
meei ing beld      | nighi   »-i
Sattird
ri     Clans-"' -:
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Hn«p
lis      ■.   --■
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make I he   ■
Iy   our   chi : -
laenaeof
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I       ■ I - ',.   .
I' ippeai i that I
• een gi, ing  a    esson
i  'I  lad been explaining all a
in een     ind   after  a
  " an\
ol her i Inn:;-   that have hor
rl ingeroua   to   gel    neai "      ,\
pupil   answered       \ gs      	
automobile!"
I li following aro authorized to take
declarations from licence boldt
house holders wishing to have Iheir
um.- inserted on the voters' lisl for
the year 1000 — <■ 8, McCarter, 0 K
Gillan, F, C. Elliott l. M. Srtott, I:
Gordon, 0, K Lindmark, 0, M, Field,
I', A, Lawsuit, VV. E. McLauohlin, I.'
a llnggi'ii, A, V. Anderson, A E
Kincaid F, Fraser, J. I). Slhbald, .1
II   Jsokion, F. I!. Weils, W. I. llrigL".
F. li. Lewis, l. Hull.
»,'* _k-. '-.-pi       •""    &i.4&'    t9s
" " / .• r.i»"SI'   ■
•■ '"tiS.
Liberal. ommtttee Rooms
Old Salvation Army itall First stroet
\\ in im-i -iTil in in* <<•■;.<.. -I Mr.
Sitllili t'nrtis •- iiii-iniii'i inr K- nitni.
KiiliiiL. in i li-- 1 'iiiniiii' ii ! [(inno nf
('oinincns, mul nIly vvi'trniiicili
Open Dally from n cm to !( p m
n
FISH  ■ UKI
IN  It nn IN THE CANYON OF FISH CREEK,
NEAR CAMBOENE, B.C.
Social and Personal
•. I from
■
:.   I from an
t,t Uri  '
.' i. T. E 1. Ti
- ast.
II    '' Horris
the 1 idies
■..ot us
is tin
\   II   Elson,
H  I. I
I
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W   \   I
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1
\l  - M".    I.,   li ll
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an
Hon  F. * -! la	
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Mr.
■
\l-   ,  [| vi
1
I '.itni-r   ■ , \|-
'
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winter
, -     j, i. ■
ilii      i',.
'. mil
i.
pictures shown   i the itrs  Is  a
[real impi      tin hat ha
shown in this oil m Ij and t hr
public - '        -I "'k f..i ii go il,
luim -i ing mi I   insl' uotlve  I vening's
enterl ii■ in i   g utl   dim
li.ivii. / .,, r : tee 11 roil which  Will   gnu
■iril.»",    • ttesl  md i  j. ipultii
[ill ii.
8 torili ...   m Friday al
C. B. Hunii i
llry lire wool at. Coursier's.
CrcHsman ,v Morrison have mi Mile
special line ol Indies suits.
Bissell's carpel sweepers are the be»i
sold at 0. Ii. Hume i_ Co's.
A warm smile from evorybody in the
bouse using Cousier's ooal,
Mattresses, pillows nnd bedding, h
■ii lice line al ('. B, Hume A Co's.
l-'n-t quality perfnines in hulk at
It. w -' di'iif" store.
.  ridll]   lliir,'llill Iir,id   hig ildvt. on
' ' trout page, ('nine nnd gi t y. ur
shari—C. B. Hume _■ (lo,
Vnu wont keep warm CARRYING
Coursier's OOAL to the furnace. A
ini" I \ tbe FIRE will do it.
\ vindowful of clotb bound copyrighted book—76 , ents at Hews' ding
store,
Do you He'd blankets for winter, we
have ■' ii ios line "i whites and greys—
0, li. Hume it Oo.
Famished house tu rent near Mn-
K. ua.e    i'n ie,     Apply   Bevelstoke
.  A ." ' oil - tO
.~n,"k"ii iiiiliimi ami kippered Iiei
ring arriving   duly   al C, H. Hume A
'
I     •       '  .    '        - .    .   I H'l.,1)     ll OB  till'
.    li.intl    naid   ooal      Ilm i
/■     broken, egg and stove,
I. i-t, in   anil    California    itti,i„'-t
... and quince*- today ai
'      B. 11 Ull I •'■   l.n'e.
foni   ordei   si   Hews  driig
il   ■ er bul •,  ' ti Ips, orocui,
i ifl "li.,, hyacini li- etc.
Oressman it Morri oo ban   on sale
special lint L it isi luifsS, madi  by tbo
I,ady auu Co   nl  Niw York and Vim
. uuver.     "- ,1'iid.iy last day.
Hoes your   lire   dicker  out with the
1 r   furnsos filled wiih whai you
ihmigiit    was    fuel "    Not i| yon   used
'    1     -HI 'I     |      ..      |   ',,   ,|
If  your 'v i   nn. oaming ueuralgii
ind hi'iidiirhi', |)r, II.n Vi y enn tell
instantly uml eiire periiiiitieui Iy l,y
the spplio ition i.f   |irn|ier  lens.    t'.,n
"I'lli'ition  Tuesday  nnd   Wednesday,
Del 'J*hh and 21-1. At J, <luy Barber's jewelry sturu.
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Tenders    /anted
Tenders will lie received nl ihe City
Hal! up i,i 5 o'clock 11.iii. Friday.
luth insi,, ioe clearing I he uncleared
phi tion ol ihe Recreation Ground,
For further parliculiu-s apply lo
BRUOE A. LAWSON.
City Clerk.
TKNUUHH FOB DBBDQ1NG
(JBALKD TENDERSnddrossoil to tho ninlur-
i^ slffuetl ini-l ,iti,l,,r.-,',l '''I'lin.lisr for lirinl«ii's"
< mil lliirlimir." will lin rocoi sduntil friilny.
:intl, Orinlter, IBM, in I in n in., for dragline rn-
tiuirud ni i ".il Hurl i  Vnucouver, Province
nl British I'lilniiiliiii:
Tniiilnr.- will nut Iii! ri,,i.-atli,r„il anloss in.nl',
mi tlm lnnil sii|,|ili,-,I. ,nnl HtKUtld witli llioni'.l-
uiil si^iiiiliirs'- ,,f t-i.il„r ,r...
Bp-tollt-ltt O'J ninl f""'iii "I Imi'l"! run IiiiiiIi-
Lalund un i|.!ili'-alr n to 11. A. Kntilrr. E-,| ,
RosldoUt Miit-'.iti'i'r. N'-vv Wi.-liiiiii-liir, uml lit
itio Deparimont '■( Public Wnrk«, Ottawa,
li ii.lor.'i.n i iiiilinlo tins I,,wini; of ths plant
in mul frnm tlio w.irk -. Only dredaofl oan bo
i.itl|ili,y,!i) win, li nro ro.i loruil in I'limnlii nl tlm
I iino nf tile tililil," nl li'ii'lor-: ( .mi racttirs ntnstl
bo fs-.i.ly l" botflll ivin'l, will,iii twnnty iloy - iilltir
11,0 dale ilnsy nave boon notifte I nf Um uocopt'
anoo of tlitin tendon.
,\n aecoptod obt-tius "ii n I'linrtorod '» nl-.
lisiviil'lo In tlm ,<r.Inr of Ilm ll.,n,ini.ililn tin-
.llui.tor of Public Works,, f, r una thousand
(|.,tHfi,tt>) isi bodouoiiltea an loourlly.   Tho
ii,i',|ilo will I,-, ristiirimil in i'n-s. ul nOB.aQOOPt-
anoo ,,l iiinliir.
Tho DlpartmSUtduSS DUl In ml i!.-..! I I.i Hi-isnl't
Iiiii li»wu._ nl liny liiinliT.
Ilynrliir
N IP, TE88IBB,
St.ir "t ,.rj
Department nl Publio Wort
niinw i, ii tnbir ,. inns.
Mow paper,  will  not bo paid for tbis advor.
ti I.,, .it  it (hoy Insert u without authority
from tho Deparimont.
rivi SELL   III -li.il-.--.   Wm.l.i'i,  L •
| PVllUX anil Cil. Liillilid. $0,0H|
50 -hui - 11,111 mi Publishing Co. Liil ,
,..'i.   Apply lo Columbia Aguncle«,Lld.
WANTED—Young girl vMiiits a
ti unit um si general servant in » pri-
i ue ft. iit i I v. Excellent references,
Apply P. 0, Hox 2<W.
"tie know is l» tier thin two ilon'l
know, nod those who have tried and
irsled tt. knot" tin' there is no gu-,
no   smoke, no   nnil, and   no dust   in
tlourslor'a ('oil.
A slorl waist il inoe w ill he he'd in
the opera House od Tuesday, Ootol-ei
20th. under the nus'iicea ol llie   Liulie-
of ihe Maccabees, It Gordon will
nfflclate si mister ol oerdmonlos.
Brlquettei inanufact red from Banff
bard o nl is rapidly dliplsolog »11 soft
COlll   for domerlin purposes.    Leaven
trial order with RevelitokeGeneral
Agencies, Molsons Hunk building,    tc
imbreilas
Make a very appropriate
(liw ni ibis psrtiouliir
Hi'iison   nl   llie   ifiir :
Pur Stock Is Complete
We invite ynu to ,,11
and inspi el i.in liitalsome
st'ieb nf   Ilu -e mini s    .
.'. GUY  BARBER
0. R. H. W'ATOU INSPECTOR
Official Issuer of Marriage
l.ii't-l cos.
City Bakery
Call   nnd  see  mn    cake.    We
h Ho everything  in the cake
and p.-tsliy line. .lust inrived n
beautiful iissiii'tinunl of bouquets and trimmings for wedding, birthday and other oakes,
-Ml kinds of Icing and trimming
done. Stock of fresh bread .'ind
linns always mi • hand. Rye
bread made Tuesdays and Friday.-..   Ten and Cake.     Lunches
|llll up.
J. L. HEAORICK, Prop.
COLUMBIA
AGENCIES, LTD.
Limited!
Real Estate.   Insurance
Commission Agents
Revelstoke. B. p. ,
KepreHentaLives  of   tba   following
lnsur.tniT Don.pAntc-.i< ■
FIRE INSURANCE London Mutim!,
Montreul - OanAdHi TjrRtIers*i
Blai-dartl Mutual, Ottawa, Anglo-
American,     Equity,     Winnipeg,
Colonial.
LIFE INSURANCE - London ami
Lancashire Life, whose politics
are the most liberal offered in lhe
Dominion ttwlay-
SICKNESS AND ACCIDENT Lmnerial
yuaranteo and Acoidoiil instu ■
ttnee Company}
SURETY   AND   FIDELITY   B>NDS
American  Surety Ooiupany, the
old en I and strongest!  Surety Co.
on the Continent. /
FOR SALE    Houses, Hnsiness blocks
Oity Lots, i'Vuit and Farm lands.
TO LET    Houses and Stores,
INVESTMENTS   Timber,   mines*
municipal ami Corporation HuikIsi
WANTED TO LET 7 Rooni»d
house, first Si reel wesi, $15
pel' month, Ap|ily to Col iinliin Asft'ii-
eies, Limited.

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