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 " Empire" Typewriter
I'n ease uf operation ami pet feet ion
in r.-Milt. produced, thi-. nincliine
ii-ti..ssiis|,,-sed.    I'rtci, ifli" 00 dish.
Interior Publishing Co.,    -   Agents
The Mail-Herald
.Shecial. Prices on
Fi re Grf'rd Lots
E. VV. B. PAGET, WeMnxIa Avt.
Vol. 14.-No 75
$2.50 Per Year
Provincial  lib
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stor__- ..t A;r_.-_vi.ead ami Revelstoke.
Make yourself comfortable by
wearing a Suit of Warm Underwear.
Hoys' Natural fleeced lined wool,
Jersey neck, fits close up, all
sizes, for boys up to 18 years.
Selling at per garment
Men's Elastic Rib, pure wool,
unshrinkable, natural color,
liioh neck, fits close to lhe
body, very warm. At per
Men's Blue Cashmere Underwear, a standard hniglish
line, pure wool, high neck, cuff sleeves, very fine
and sou, and will not irritate the skin.
Woolsey Guaranteed Underwear, unshrinkable. The
greatest wearing underwear produced. Will not
irritate the most sensitive skin, and heavy enough
for any climate.     Per Garment
C. 13. HUME  & CO.,  LIMITED
Storm at Ravelstoke and Arrowhead.
Stoves! Stoves!
I'd not wait until the lirst cold snap conies',but eome
rifjlit in ami pick out your heater. Our men are very
Iiubv and we cannot set it up lit short notice- so give lithe chance in plenty of tiim*.
We have our ut-ual line .display of eoal nnd wood
lien ting stoves and at priees to suit the purse. Rnniomlier
wc set up all now stoves purchased from us free of charge,
using only our mvii li,nnl made ri vetted pipes,
Stove |t,,;iril-, Coal Mods, Fire Shovels, Ash Sifters.
A tine linn of Fenders and English Coal Cabinets.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Off Ieo - 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
Intercut Allowed  nn deposits from date of depoeit ami credited
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.   A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
Ladies' and Children's Winter Coats
Flannelette Blouses, Cheap
Opposite Climax  lintel, First Htiiicl.
General Indignation Amongst
Strikers at Terms-Local Men
Send Delegate to Winnipeg
for Information.
The strike of the Canadian Pacific
machinists, which has lasted exactly
two months, has heen settled. The
representatives of the strikers have
wired the department of labor accepting the majority report of the board
of conciliation. The C.P K. iB to use
all reasonable means to lind employment fur the strikers.
Winnipeg, Oct. C.—At strike headquarters the mechanics are fur from
satisfied at the iuws of tbe strike
being at an end. The committee had
to acknowledge that it was a victory
for the company, and there was some
talk of not accepting the terms among
tbe rank and tile of the men, though
there is relief lelt that the contest is
The conditions if settlement, announced yesterday afternoon are:
"Representatives ol men are to wire
labor il. pari nielli at Ottawa thi< morning accepting majority rep irt hoard of
".Strike is to he called i 8' separately
for ea'tern ami western divisions.
"C.P.K, is to use all reasonable
means to lind e nployinent mul io pre
vent discrimination against the men."
Mr. Whyte made a proposition to
this committee similar to thut which
isi now the basis if settlement, but
with this highly im port ant provision:
That the C.P.R. would immediately
re-engage 60 per cent of the strikers,
and would employ tbn oilier 40 per
cent aa rapidly as there were vacancies,
in ordir of seniority.
On Saturday lhe Winnipeg strike
committee, under the leadership if
Bell I lardy agreed to the 0 1', R.
terms—not the terms informally offered a week ngn hy .Mr. Whyte, hut nioie
stringent ones, which leaves the whole
question of employment of strikers to
tbe discretion of C.P.R. oflicials.
The strikers at a meeting yesterday
morning decided to accept the terms,
and will go hack lo work on the
schedule arranged by the hoard of
conciliation, except tlie boiler n akers
who are to receive two cenlg an hour
less. The men also lose their seniority
and pensions.
McVety aud Hardy reoeived severe
call-downs from the strikers at the
meeting yesterday. The strikers Btate
lack of funds caused the breakdown
Vice-president Whyte slate that all
married men will be taken back at
once, but competent mechanics among
the strike-breakers will be retained
The men lnve lost a million dollars in
wages. The company huve dropped a
good deal more than that sum.
After a stormy meeting in Trades
hall at Winnipeg at which both Mc
Vety and Bell Hardy spoke, though
nothing has been learnt here aB to Ihe
trend of addics.es it is believed that
the men expressed their disBatisfactioi.
at the manner in which settlement
came aliout and culled down both McVety and Hardy.
Asked as to what would happen men
brought out frem England, Mr Mc-
Nicnll said that the company would
live up to the terms of its agreement
witli them, adding that most ol them
were engaged for three months.
Considerable dissatisfaction ib fell
locally at the action of tin- head
official* of the strikers' committer
and at the way they huve given in lo
the C.P.K. in almost every point
Since receiving intimation that the
strike wis declared over, tho local
strikers have been at almoat continual session discussing the situation
and cxprc.Hiiig indignation at the way
tha strike has been settled, attributing their defeat lo certain weakkneed
iiiemli'rs in the east who got "cold
feet." The men here claim that they
were prepared to stick it to the finish
Alter a meeting this morning a dele
gate was sent on No. ilii, leaving here
shortly before noon for Winnipeg to
r 'present tlie local strikers in ordar
to attain more definite information ns
to the situation. The delegate is to
r'port on the real facts of the ease und
until this report conies in or some
satisfactory statement tho machinists
will still be on strike. The boiler
makers, however, declare that they
will not give in and will stand pat,
expres-mg indignation at lhe manner
in which they have beon turned down
and state that they will not go buck
on what they have held out for.
Coursier * Coal is all Coal
Two Hundred Miles in B. C.
Under Way This Year
Vancouver, Oct. 6—That construe
tion on the Grand Trunk Pacific is to
be rushed in British Columbia this
year just as rapidly as men and supplies can ho secured for the work, is
the message brought to the coast by
Charles U. Hays, general manager of
i the com      y.
One h ... Ired and twenty miles ol
new work is now under construction
west of Edmonton, aud Mr. Hays an
nounced that within 30 days the company will tie in a position to call for
tenders lor an additional 200 miles
west of Wolf River, making the work
extend well into British Columbia. A
second hundred miles is to he under
contract east of Prime Rupert as soon
as possible, and tenders for this will
likewise be called for within 30 days,
making 200 miles under construction
on ihe cos-t In fore the end of Ihe
Final arrangements for the construction of tin* section over ilm inner
tableland of Ur litjll ('oluuilia have
not yet lieeli in.ule On I li it-, suhjei t
Mr. Hays will cm fei wii'h i'iie...la'rs of
the gioei iiiiiiiii at Vic.l oris after he
ha. paid a visit to Piiuce Unpirl, and
will (liscilss plat H Willi Iheln The
h.H llll I o j; ol supplies In the iiite.i.jr
will lie uu imp riant eubj cl for consideration Three route-, one (ruin
Ri velsioke, auolhei from (ioi leu und
tlie third from l-.tinio(i|,s un- proposed
for provisi hi roads Mr. Kays will
confer wilh the government regarding
the making of a selection, uud il work
is pushed this winter on the Construction of a supply ri ad, it will have an
important bearing on the pushing
through of construction of the main
line. Mr, Hays and party Mt for tlie
north last night ou the Princess May.
Deputation  Asks  Government
to Change Laws
VANCOUVER. Oct. 7.—A delegation
of members of the B. 0. Timber and
Forestry Chamber of Commerce, combined wilh a number of mountain
mill men, met yesterday in secret ci n
clave with members nl the provincial
government according to private
advices received from Victoria.
Tlie object of the conference is to
obtain th" pledge of the government
tu grant special privileges, hence the
combination ol tbe Chamber of Commerce snd the mountain mill men.
Tbe coast mill men, it is said, were
asked to co operate in asking the
Provincial government to pledge itself
but the coast n en claim that too
many privileges are asked and are
refusing to assist. Furthermore, t >ey
bave asserted that if their opinion on
the matter is asked by the government
their reply will not be favorable to tbe
Tbe legislation asked comprises
eight clauses, tbe lirst two clauses
being : " Tbat the present yearly
license be made rene .able uutil the
timber held thereunder is logged off;"
and "that the present annual rental
shall nut exceed, during the whole
term nf the license, .110 west of the
Cascades, and |115 east nl the Cascades."
The two clauses to which the coast
men take strenuous objection are a*
follows 1
" That in the case of default of p -
ment of a license fee nn tlie due date
not less than 12 month, lie allowed to
re 'w ihi. license; that a notice of IK)
days be given before tbe license is
cancelled; that interoit at the rate of
10 per cent, per annum jbe charged on
overdue accounts; and that this provision be made retroactive in the esse
ol all lapses occurring since the passing ol the otdcr-iii-council reserving
vacant lands.
" That inasmuch as there is a constant uncertainty amongst operators
as to tho amount ol tho royalty to be
paid in future for timber, and because
of tbe fact that there is already a
(inference in royalty paid on different
holdings we believe it to be in tbe
interest ol tbe government to fix said
royalty at fill cent* per M during a
term of years, and that the said royalty should at no time exceed the
amount in force ou timber held under
May Lose His Sight
GOLDEN, B. C , (lot. fl.—The live-
year old son of Frank Surma, living
near here, was badly injured lasl
Thursday A cartridge must have
become lodged aniougst some firewood,
Inr u cartridge exploded as Surina was
plaolng wood in the stove. Both the
boy's eyes were badly injured and he
may entirely lose his sight.
Bulgaria Independent—Indian
Horror—Conquest of Air-
Canada Wins—Fatal Collis-
,   ion—Hazing Outrage.
London, Oct. 7.—In the ancient
capital of Tirnova the independence ot
Bulgaria was proclaimed today, witb
the Char of the Bulgarians as ruler.
ALLAHABAD, British India, Oct. 7.—
The latest reports from Hyderabad estimate tbe flood casultiea at 50,0(10
Order is being gradually restored and
the bodies are being buried.
1 emans, Oct. 7—Wilbur Wright,
the ner.iplniii.t, made two short flights
with passengers yesterday. One was
with Mr. Bollee, who weighs about 216
pounds, and the other with Mr. Pell-
fer, vice president of the Aero club of
tbe Bar,he, who weighs 176 pounds.
These demonstrations weie entirely
Rome, Oct. 7.—Canada won ibe
gymnastic c> mpeliti m at the International _purt.tii_ cougre'S here Iy u
score ol 11) points. Ireland was second
with 18J p im*, Fiance, Italy and
Belgium ("llo.vitig in thai older.
Uhantkikh, U it.,  Ocl. 7—A  Colli
-1 II
a ivn
d engine, lu
ll nd
Three men neie killed.
Victoria, Oct 7.—In a speech last
nighi, Hon. Win. Templemaii announced thai lie had rece.ved a request
from Hon. It LemioilX to suggest two
routes for a rutal mail delivery in
Britisli Columbia. Hon Mr. Temple
man suid Hint, he thought he would
suggest one near Vict t ia and one on
the tin,inland.
I.i xiniiton, Ky., Oct. 7—After
being bound, gagged, uud left to die
ill ii freight car by hu/.ers, Win. K.
Smith, a student of the Kentucky
ritate College, has disappeared. The
police believe I bat the boy died nl
Large  Block   of   Unsurveyed
Land Mapped Out
Edmonton, Alta., Oct. 7.—Prof. A.
P. Coleman, a noted Canadian geologist, mineralogist and explorer and
professor ol geology iu the University
of Toronto, has returned borne
again, after having spent two
months exploring sections ol tl e
Rocky Mo,muni, west uf Edmonton,
which never before was traversed by a
human being. In ihe course of 12
expedition* in British Columbia Prof.
Coleman lias scale I nearly all tbe
famous peaks iu British Columbia.
Last year he attempted tbe ascent of
Mount Robson, but did not come
within sever,.l thousand leet of tbe
summit on account of unfavorable
weather. The mountain lies un tbe
west slope ol the Rockies, dun west ol
Edmonton and just north of the
('rand Trunk Pacific survey, which
penetrates the mountains through the
Yellow Head Pass. Out of nineteen
days in the mountains, there were
only four days that it did not snow
heavily. The party reached a height
of 11,000 feet, but could not get suit,
able weather to make the final dash,
so were compelled to give it up. Prof.
Coleman experienced a terrible series
of snowstorms. Ilu mapped out several hundred siiuaro miles ol country
hitherto uot appearing on any map
and including the headwaters ot
Moose, (irand Forks and Bmoky rivers
eto. The professor found that the
boundary between Alberta and British
Columbia hod been hitherto too much
to the east, lt should he at tbe
watershed of the (llaciur, where psrt
of lhu (llacier Hows to tho Fraaer
rivur and part to the Peace river in
Alberto. No boundary dispute i*
likely to occur.
Great Harvest.
Winnii'Kii, Man., Oct. II.—The Canadian Pacific Kailway last week moved
an average nl fifty trains of grain daily
to Thunder Bay, according to a slate-
men1 given out by tho ollicial* of the
company today. Not in the history
of   lhe  railroad bus there been such u
quantity ol grain exported before ihe
closu of navigation. Home blockades
have heen reported, causing every elevator to unload, hut on the whole, the
movement to water has been enormous
Thu farm implement bouses have done
an c,Minimus business in Western
Canada this year and report tbat col
lections have boon execcllont. Their
new biisineis has lieen 40 per cent,
greater than former years,
Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition, Good Hunting
Knives, Axes, Fishing
Tackle and other sporting goods.
We are showing the best line of Heaters, Ranges, etc., that
has lieen Been in Kevelstoke and our increasing soles prove that
we have the right goods and price*.
Our Plumbing department is up-to-date and we are doing
the best win k t liaL is done in the city.
Bourne  Bros.
na. Swell
T. _/
s^ .To->?_*-/£-—
In the cool evenings to come, not only will one
of our tony top coats look well hanging from your
shoulders, but it will keep off that chill
The earlier you buy your clothes the longer you   (l
have the use of them. '
Fabric, lit, finish, style, prices- these arc the
live things to look out for—one for each linger and
your thumb.
When you go to buy an Overcoat, Raincoat or
Suit of Clothes, look at your thumb and let it remind you that it is a duty you owe yourself to come
to our store and sec what good clothes wc can show
Wc also carry the best assortment of Men's and
Boys' Shoes in the City.
McKinnon C& Sutherland
At 8 Per Cent.
Coast Milts Split at Meeting.—
Come Down to $1.75
Vakcouvkk, Oct. II.—Shingle* are
expected to take a slump in the Canadian market as a cnnsei'ueoce ol dissension among manufacturers, which
Haturday came to a climax at a largely
attended meeting ol owners of mill*
in Vancouver and vicinity Agreement a* to price and limitation as to
output according to allotment to each
mill, are reported to have gone by
hoard and now it is * case of overy
producer getting out lor himself and
selling is much and al whatever price
he can obtain.
Up till now the lilt price for shingles for Canadian trade has been $2
per thousand (eel. Now that the
agreement no longer obtains among
the mill men, it is expected the price
will drop toll 76 or .1 80.
I.ace ami  tKpentiy curtains, curtain
•Kile* and fixture* *t C.B.Hume A Co.
Htrms-.or.hs go into Island of
Vn HiKU.Oct. 0—Tbe Harmsworths
ol London, publisher* of tbe London
Times, Daily Mall and other newspaper* are buying 160 section* uf timber
limits on Vanoouver Island, 36 lections having already been bought ia
Quatsino district, and options on 84
more are being cruised wbioh will be
bought if satisfactory.
This is their first investment in B.
C. though they have large holding* of
pulp wood limits in Newfoundland
and New Brunswick, and contemplate
entering into active competition with1
the paper trust.
I«igh Hunt, a former financier of
Heattle, is alao acquiring 14 sections ol
timber io Kennedy lake, Vanoouvet
Hee our oorner window for the be*
apples in the oity, the MaeKintos
Red, Leave your order for a box. I
Gbc t1>a.Mbcra_b.|.f
Barristers, Solicitous,  Rtc,
Parliamentaiy,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Chas. Murphy.        Harold Fisher
Barristers, Bollcitor*, etc.,
,. 1 mt l.o J. C. KlI.tniT
AND Pi     -.HAM,
urvicics :   IliFSHIAL   Hank   Hiook,   lltvti.
STOKK, H, 0,
Money lo loan.
Office*: Hsrel.toko, B ('.    Crnnbruok, H   I'.
i.so. r. McC ahtsh,
_,  M.   I'IKKHAM, J. A.  HAKVBV,
Revelstoke, B. C.     Cranbrook, B.  .
J. M. Soott LL VV. L BrlKKH.
B»kkibtkrh, Solicitors, Ei
Munkv to Loam
solicitors por Molson9 ban
Kirnt street. Keves-.oke, H.C
Provincial Lund Surveyor,
Minion Sut veynr
McKknzih Avenl-k,
Box inu, Revklstobh
Certificated Teacllcr ol
Piano, Vocal Theory,
Musical Kindergarten
Clnsis.es. ior young children.
Studio over
Men should
look (or this
Tag on
^^^^^ Tobacco. It
guarantees the high quality of
Black Watch
lhe Big Black Plug.
Zbe flte.Mberalb
Thar, ia so modi bail iu the bes-t ul us,
Aud su much _•><> i iu tha Wont nl us,
That it hardly ttaboove. any nf u».
To talk about tha rest ol us.
We  note  witli  interest that the
Cranbrook Herald   if   nutating for
an ex peri ini nut farm in the Kootenay anil   urging lhat the matter lie
brought   to   tin-   attention   of the
government.    The development of
the   Kootenay  country  within re-
oenl years- and it" unlimited possibilities   for   tin-  increase of  fruit
growing uml agriculture, will well
warrant our claims for this institution,    The climate of Un Kootenay
dif.,-1- considerably from  that of
the const district.-   and  the Okanagan where experimental farms nre
in operation  and   we heartily concur with the Hernlil   in their argument lhat the  government should
establish an experimental farm in
the Kootenay since it is necessary
tiiat experiments  he tried so that
those engaged in  agricultural and
horticultural   pursuits   may   have
the benefit "f knowing what varieties of grain. Iruit. root.-, trees and
other   product*-' of   the soil are beet
sdspted   to   the   climate   of    the
Kootenays   --uch an establishment
would   greatly   benefit tin- agriculturalists, ami   since   land i- being
developed in large area-  and the
Kootenay*'  are  becoming    better
known   even    yeat   .1-   the great
granary ol the Inter or tbs owner
of   lanl.-, of   fariii-   and    rsnohss
would  hetrlilj  endorse tbe action
"!   the government and oo-operate,
The   "ooiier  this  question is taken
up   and   submitted  10 the government   in   a practical and businesslike manner, the   soonei    will our
farmers bo in a  lietter position to
know   wtint   to   grow  and how to
take  proper advantage uf  soil and
other  conditions'to   tbs benefit of
themselves and to lbs development
nl   the   rich lands   in the Interior,
which means   lliat agriculture will
receive   an   Impetus    (nun    which
nothing  but   good   results    can
Banff Hard Coal
Wc are now receiving ;i full supply of the
different sizes of this Coal,   the  best  domestic fuel on the market.
All orders will be  promptly  and  satisfactorily attended to.
Try some BRIQUETTES iti your Range or
Open  Grate.
Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
Time? change a nd wo with lime,
hut nut in everything and the
present system under which we
live is* simply a modern application
of those old kingly (-utilities in
modern form. We now call such
things in their most flagrant forms
by the name of graft. The would-
be political boss emulates the old
kingly lavishness. Indigent followers come to him for rewards
and he puts them on the city or
government pay rolls. The people
against their will have to support
them. The followers, in return,
kiBs the political hand of their bo.cB
and work for him tooth and nail.
Neither under old kings or modem
bosses do the weak get much. The
old tighter and the modern county
heeler get the chief plums. But
all who come for help receive gracious words and promises from the
boss as in the days past from the
king. Ii is expected of a representative that he contribute to c unty
fair^ and church socials and to
everything uviryhudy starts, presumably for ajgood on use.   The old
Public Meeting
Friday, Oct. 9th
The question oi the Qrand Trunk
construction route to Tete Jatinn
Cache for supplies for the interior
lections of   the line, ih  nill ii lue
Candidate of the Conservative Party,
and other prominent men will address
the Citizens of Revelstoke in the
Opera House
Candidates of Opposition Parties or
their local representatives are invited
to be present and participate in the
Meeting to commence at 8 p. m. sharp.
The    Revelstoke   Independent   Band
will be in attendance
"God Save The King'
one iu the minds of tbe lie- '.,„,
people and now tbat the Qrand
Trunk officials are on the point of
letting these contracts, the matter
"f deciding upon a suitable supply
route  to  the  construction camps
uill hfl taken up al once, or ot,
leant after the officials return from
Iheir visit to Prince Rupert..    They
will copier with ths government
executive at Viotorls at to the
■electIon oi tbe route, although the
government can hardly advise
them which one to adopt. The
pros and cons of the three routes,
namely, Revelstoke, Kamloops and
Golden,   have iiii heen d I-(cussed
and the relative odviinlagcs diluted
upon. We are convinced that
when the matter of qulok and aany
transportation is considered, the
lirst ol these routes will fall in with
th« general requirements ol tbs
contractors, and besides lieing tbe
shorten of tbs .brat, presents tbe
least diffli ally in tbe •> i v oi rosd
making and few, il any, obstacles
in prevent supplies being carried
safely and cheaply. This question
should hn Uppermost in the
thought! of nur citizens, when it ifl
considered how great, a trade impetus Revelstoke will receive and
how    thll supply   route   will effect,
commerce,    We do  not hold out
RevelStokfl's   claims for tlm choice
of route, at the expense ol thai ol
the other cities mentioned, nor do
we recommend our own by desory-
inK against. Others, bul, wn nm non-
vfneed that our route to tbe con
itructlon camps oannot be equalled
both   Im  shortness   and  general
king gave and lhe representativs
must give, t r the people must I «
kepi pleased si sny cost. And just
in tbe old das the people -aid tlm
'king could do no wrong us long ar
thes gm what tbey wanted, so to*
:. the followers think tbe boss is
almost perfect us lung as he comes
down  wltfa lhe graft.
Trainmen Have Grievance.
Tobokto, Oot 8,—Whst  look. Ilks
ure   trouble for ths Canadian Psoldo
baS arisen at Oil iMikiii. The trainmen
who were employSSS ol tbs railwsy
were denied leave of nI,.unite lo attend
the funeral uf  tbs lain Fireman Ken
thill, who wast killed al  Islington a few
day . iino.    This is the   lirst,    tit in
rS0Ord Mint anything of the kind linn
occurred,    .unl    the    niiilter   hn* been
hriiiight in ihe iiitnntiiin of Mr. Leonard, at Montreal
reputation is a potent faoror to hp con
"lilt red as it is synonymous ii'h ihe
quality, inerii nnd prices of the no ids
sold. If you deal at Hastings, Doyle ,V
A Hum's you will know you will be
treated fairly, no n Sl'rr bow you may
he lacking in technical knowledge ol lhe
value and quality of j.wels of any kind
We keep only the beat and choicest.
Where gold Is used it i» marked with tlie
carat s'amp, with silver it i' Bterling, in
ceum and precious atones theil quality i-
f ii Ily guaranteed.
Hastings. Doyle -& Allum. Limited
A New Carpet
from our choice and handsome
stock of Axmineter, Wiltons, etc.,
will give you both pleasure and
satisfaction when you see tbe rich
and beautiful effects of the colors
and patterns and the durability
of the fabrics Our carpets arc
made by the beet manufactures,
and are made to wear well, ae well
as to look well.
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Until further notice this Bank will be open
C. P. R. Pay Night and following night each
Open every Saturday evening from 7 to
9 p. m.
At all Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Import direct from country ol origin.
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P.      URNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. *
HEAD OKKIUK:   (_i.u.ikv,   aiiikkii.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Hoik Packers and Dealers in Live Slmk. Markets III all the ii.incl
pal Cities and Towns nf Alberta, Hritiili Columbia and ihe Yukon,
Packers of lhe Oelehriited Rrand " Imperii!, r" Hams and Huron,
mil " Minimi 01 k" Brand Lit I,ml.
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For AtfHondo, til lii_iil_Mn-r.nl., (>ttrrt-.gtt_t. Wit_.ou_ KU-., Julin
In-ii-re Ploiighn, Mul hie WAgmiS, < 'hii ml it i'n fringe < .miimi.) V
l-UggleiJ, I'l.'iiHt jr, Uiii'.lrtii Stiri'l-m- uml -'iillivuLor*-', Wheel-
Wright 11 tnl    Hl'irk -milli   Work   nttitini-.il   Lu      Horse    hoeing h
Central Hotel
_________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Newly built        First-ohms in every respect.     All modern convenieuce.v
Large .Sample .looms.
Rates $1.60 per Day. Special Weakly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same   management
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   ALBERT     STO__ST_B      PROP.
Queens Jtotel
Best brands ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars.    Travellers to
Fish CreeK will find excellent accommodation at this
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For Ih* Farm, Qartien Lawn
or -Conservatory
Keliahli- varieties at reasonable price.li No borers, Scale
or fumigation to damage .stock.
No windy agents to annoy you.
Buy direct and gel trees and
seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,Spray
Pumps,  Spraying Material,  Cut
Flowers, etc. Oldest established nursery on the mainland
of B. 0.    Catalogue free.
Green Houses and Seed  (louses
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
& SAiimcs fc,
Sat. Sep.20 Lk.Manitoba
Fri- Oct. 2 Emp. Britain
Sat.  "  lOLk.ChainplttinFri. Sep.23
Fri.   " 16 Brnp. Ireland Fri. Oct. 2
Sat.    " 24 I^ke Bile     Weil.   "   7
Fri.     •'   4 Emp. Britain Fri.   " 10
Iatcrmediate Season from Montreal
and Quebec
1st. Class ind. Class jrd. Class
$90 00   $48 75 $38 75
1st, Class 2nd. Class 3rd, Class
$72 50       $42 50       $27 50
Othkr Lakk Boats—
2nd. Class jrd. Class
$45 00       $27 50
Cheap rales to Atlantic Sen In,.ml
poinis  in connection   _it.li steam-
Hliip tickets
Passengers Looked lo Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, llumtiui-j and
all other contine tal ports.
Km- iniiii r infiiiiiiiitioti appl    to
T. W.Bra-sbw,   C.B. Foster,
Dray ing
All Kinds of Light and Heavy
Hauling Undertaken
Henler in Wood, Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
TENDERS sre reipiesled For the
purchase of Lots 1*2 and 13, Block 67,
situate on Eighth Street near McKenzie Avenue, in the City of Revelstoke. These line huilding lots belong
to the McDonald Estate, and will lie
sold at a sacrifice tn close ap the
estate. The highest or any tender
not necessarily accepted. Forward
tenders on or before 1st of October,
WON, to the undersigned.
Barristers, Vancouver,
ltw, Iws.
Sixty days after date I intend to
applv to lhe Chief Commissioner of
Lands and  Works for permission tn
fiiinlmse     the     following     described
llegiiining at a post plmiled al the
south-east corner of Lot No. 8.VI11 put'.
chased by Julius lloiigal, running
west 2(1 chains; theuce south _n chains;
theuce east 20 chains; Iheuee north 31
chains to |Kiint of couimenceiiienl.
Dated June 24th, 11)08,
Edward Wolf, Applicant.
jly 4 II. Dewar, Agent,
Kevelstoke Lund Dislriot,
Dlsti-tol oi Wosl Kootenay,
'lake notice ibat John Mlohael Doyle
of Rovelstoke, lie. Manager, Intends
to .apply for pi-t lilisHJon lo plirclltise tbe
following described landi
('ouiiiieii''ing nt 11 post pl.in'ed on
ibe easterly liiiuk of tbn I'liltHnbiii
Rivor al ths iiorlb-west corner of   l/il
2771 (iroup 1, Kootenay, and marked
"John M.  Doyle's smith-west corner
post," Ibence east. 10 olialnSI tbenre
iiortlt 10 i-ltaiits; Ibence  weet-III cluiiiiH
more or lens lo the easterly bank of
tbs (loltiinliia riier; tlieucu Mdulbeily
itlong Hie bank of said liver III chain 1
mure or Iishh In t he point of i-iiinineiii-e
iitent,   nontnlnlng   nm sores inon* or
JOHN MM HA Kl. ihivi,.;,
Ily Ills Agon 11 (Ieo. S, Mi'lUitci,
Dated JunsSOtn, i'«« r.'v *'M
Notloe Is hereby given I lull the un-
dSTSlgnod will, at tin'I'Xniialioii of one
month, apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Polios for a transfer to
Coronation Hotel Company, Limited,
of Hie hotel llosnss now held by mis in
respeot of. the Coronation Hotel nt,
t lamborne, ll. <'.
Dated this 3rd day uf August; lists.
augoliii        Cohy MuriiliNiiK.
I kk-, KI.HTHKK Lamp Distiuot
TAKK   NOTICE   that    I.    Sam in I
James Harlow, ui'Nukusp, ii. c., oceu
piiiion, farmer. Intends lo apply foe
permission to purebase the following
descrilied land 1
Coinuienciiig al a post pliinted al. 11
point twenty (211) chains east nf a point
eight v chuins south of Ihe soulh wesi
corner of Lot No. t.1111; tlience soutb
III chains, tlience oust, Ilii Im ins, I bene,'
north -ID chuins, thence west 4H chains,
10 point of 1 onitnciii'cinciit and rnn-
tilllllng one liiniilri'il and sixty (100)
in ies more or less,
(Sgdj sami'ki, jambs HarLow,
Daled July II, IDOS.
11.0-1-n,i, 1. i.aiel Hlalrlct.
Illnlrlctnf Hi-.I KiHilcuay.
lulu" nn tun lhat I, Niiriiiaii I Marl_»,i,l nl
I oii,t.ri.lKi\ Alta. ,,'.oii|.allon ItruloT, lutrnil.
lu aiii,!' /.si imrnilaaliiii 10 |.ii 1, hax-s tin- (allow
Itill .lis.,.1 it.--.) lam).;
(.iimmaiiRlnK al a |,.,.i |,lauleil at thu .ultHi-
weat corunr (.1 11,' BUS In i BStBSlI Vatlsy
almulSU mil.. Weal. «t tho wuat abtira o( ai
row Lain an.I utarlKi'I ",N I. Mai■' . N, w.
dirncr." Ibciii. 40 chains .oulh, thenes20
rlialii. oaal, IbSSM III ohslna north, thunre si
chalna ..at, 'iiiiiainliic m aorei, mors or teas.
Dal. s-ipt.a, mis.
Certificate of Improvements
Minn It. imii'Tiil rUim, hIIhaIcIIm lhe   Imul |j>K»
.Mining Dl-rulon of W«nl Koulanay IXitrkt.
Whnro ltH-iit-.il: -At thfl Im-vl of U>n\l Cratk hunin
iiilloiilnR lhu FolMiiiti ininrrnl  rUlm, Lot (.«','.
Droup 1.
TMke tiotire tlmt MR Nmith, f.M.C. liitfWH.
artttiK m AK«ntfor.l. It. Mfickunitr, F.-H.(.. No,
ll(M-!M», itilvnil, ninl) <lii>N from the (latt- IiciW, to
apply t<» the Mining Itacoi-ltir ior a Ortiflratf of
Iinproromeutii, for the purpo e of  olrtainlnf  a
Orown urant. of the almve cl»tin.
And further take notice that totlon, un<l«r
.Sfwlinn 87, must he commencml tiefora the lumi-
ance of auch Certifloate of ln_proreme5ta.
Dated tbla Uth day of June. A.D., 11109.
ea     27 R. HMITM.
.!■!• I.'WSI
S; John K. Taylor, hia ai.nl
Kevelstoke Ijuiil District,
District of Wost Kootonay.
Take nolice that Q. Hrink, of Hn|.
cyon, Bi 0.. Cruiser, Intends to apply
for permission to nurchiuie the follow-
ing described lands,
Commencing at a post planted ou
the eust side of Upper Arrow Like, at
the south-east corner of Lot 2451, and
marked "O. K. Brink's North-West
Co.iiiei' Host"; Ihence east 20 chuins;
Iheneo south 21) chains; thence west
20 chains to the lako shore) thence
northerly along the lake shore 2(1
chains more or less to the point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less.
fA~   x &, K. RR1NK,
One way produces evenly broiled meat and
evenly toasted bread without taxing the
patience of the housewife. This way is represented by "Sask-alta" Range. The reason:
"Sask-alta" Range has an Automatic Lift Top
(Patented) in addition to regular
Broiler Door; and this team works
for the operator instead of making
her work.
Tht '•Sask-alta" Way
Another way produces
unevenly broiled meat and
unevenly toasted bread
and taxes the patience of
the housewife. This way
is represented by most
Ranges. The reason:
Some Ranges have "only"
a Broiler Door, others have
a contrivance like that
illustrated in top small
drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction
of tiring the arm that holds the broiler and
tiring the eye that directs the arm.
_•__•_, T«r•_-__. Msntre_J. Wlnnlpe..Vancouver. SU_fM, namtltM,Calgary
BOURNE BROS., Revelstoke.
Another Wty
Money Back Ii You Want II
Every Fit-Reform Suit aod
Overcoat is sold with this distinct
understanding—that it must give
complete satisfaction or you may
return it and get your money.
This is what the Fit-Reform trademark means
to you, so you can realize the importance of getting
Suits and Overcoats bearing the little wreath
shown above.
"Satisfaction or money back"—that is the
slogan of "Fit-Reform,"
Suits and Overcoats, $15 to $35.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Certificate of Improvements
Skiii-kimi, Di'iimliimmou nnd Buck-
horn Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in Hevelstoke Mining Division of
West Kootenay District,
Where located: On the north side of
Cougar Creek.
Take notice that I, William I. Briggs
of Bevelstoke, B. O, Solicitor, Pre.
Miner's Certificate No. IIIH2HH. acting
as agent for and on behalf of His Majesty King Edward VII, in tho Bight
of the Dominion of Canada Free Minor's Certificate No.B04287, Intend sixty
days from dale hereof to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown ("runts nf the above
And further lake notice that action
under sect Ion 87 must  be commenced
Iwfore the issuance of such (Wl illca tea
of Improvements.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 1UUH.
jlv 4 W. I. Briuhs.
Notion Is hereby given that Hastings, Doyle A Allum, Limited, will,
tinee months after dale, apply to the
Lieutenant-Governor In Council for an
Order in Ci cil ehangiiit. the Company's name to "Doyle A Allum, Limited."
Dated the 2lll.li day of June, 1II0H.
Miillcltnrs   for Hastings,  Doylo ft Al
lum, Limited Jly 4 8m w
President's Appeal to Gather
at Revelstoke This Fall
The intention ol this is to bring un
appeal tn many Boards that, so (sr
have probably not considered the
aims, the great utility and the real
naeda of the British Columbia Asso
ciation of School trustees. Its work
is oot confined to one feature, nor is
it for any particular locality or condition, but in behalf of all sections,
and equally for rural, municipal and
city sections, that in every case school
administration may be improved and
such inlluence used as will better the
status of our schools. What has
already been achieved will demonstrate
this claim.
Those wbo bave attended are ready
to say the meeting with school in-
ipectors, superintendents and trustees
frooi every part of the province is
part, in itself, of a liberal education
Tbe office of trustee, is a most important one. Trustees' institutes from
tbe fact of tbeir members directing
both the schools and the teachers are
doubly important, aud what school or
district can afford not to be represented yearly at convention? Indeed,
tbe government of the day ia pleased
to regard our Association as its advisory board. Tbe suggestions, then,
tbst we offrr should be tbe ripe
consideration of all boards and unmistakably lor the betterment of
school administration. Is it not apparent there is a duty in attending
tbe institutes of the association as
well as grest gain?
To this end it is hoped the convention to be held at Kevelstoke in
tbe autumn of 1908, will find one or
more representatives from every
accessible school in British Columbia.
Be represented at any cost.
In the second place there is the
matter of contributions. Our only
means of meeting the necessary ex-
pensea is by assistance from the School
Boards. The arrangement decided
upon was: Rural schools, $2; rural
municipal boards, $4 (have same voting 'towers as tecond clai-s citiea):
cities of the third, second and first
clai-'s, respectively, $3, |4 and $6. This
arrangement is no hardship to the
individual, and School Board, are
asked to conliibute as they would to
any object that will advance their
interests. Those wbo have been contributing consider it the best investment in education they yearly make,
and so cheerfully contribute. The
work of the association has been
greatly cramped for lack of funds So
far we have lieen denied some absolute
necessities, and each year have bad a
deficit. Take one matter alone, i.e.,
free text-books; till citizens will allow
a small yearly contribution Irom their
Board is lhe. least that can be ottered
in recognition and appreciation ol
what the Trustees' Association lias at
large expenditure of time, of thought,
of energy, ai.d even of money, secured
for tbem.
This year we want to cover the
deficit and provide stationery; and
deputations to die Government should
not have to pay all tlieir own ripens s
as to date tbey have invariably done
Let us conclude by saving to each
and all Boards that, so far, have not
contributed, to kindly forward at early
convenience their quota to tbe secretary, J. J. Dnugan, Cotton Drive,
Vancouver, B. C.
selves stl'pping ahead and not backwards. Publicity should be tbe keynote of all our endeavors; and here is
where the Board of Ttstle soil Tourist
Association fail. These two bodies
idinuid be more alive 1.1 the situation
and le.ive nothing undone to secure
advertising adequate to the demands
of the city. The Hoard of Trade instead of holding half-hearted disinterested meetings should evolve a scheme
for systematized publicity snd thereby
enthuse the people to shake off (he
lethargy and indifference to our city's
possibilities tbat is at present so char-
actariatic of us all. Our citizeus.there
fore, thia winter should get down to
work, to scheme, plan and devise new
ways and means for advertising Kevelstoke, and mature these plans well so
that aB the season comes in a regular
advertising campaign may be waged
and Rev. I toke pushed forward as she
bas nev t lieen pushed before. We
can back t.p tbe statement with facts
and our people need never be afraid
that money spent in judicious and
elaborate publicity will ever be wasted.
Eye Opener is 0. K.
Toronto, Oct. G —Copies of the
Eye Opener, published at Calgary,
have been rem 10 Staff Isp, ctor
Stephen, of the morality department,
by Dr. Chown, the temperance and
mural reform secreta-y of the Methodist church, who asks if ceitain
marked portions of the publications
are uot sufficient to warrant the officers in suppressing its sale in the city ?
Inspector Stephen has ie„d ihe papers
and has come to the Conclusion iln.t
everything is so veiled that he do sii't
think he will be able to take any
action in the in tier.
Hear Mr. G udeve, the Conservative candidate, at the Opera 'louse,
Ocl. » li. Oct. 3 2t.
For Sale
Dry C"dar   cord   wq>_|—Revelstoke
General Agencies   1.1(1.
Certificate of Improvements
Morning Star, I'.istrni Star, Grand
View, Flora Melt ami Kurcka mineral
claims situate in lhe Revelstoke Milling
Division of West Kootenay District. Located on lhe Norlh side or llie North-east
branch of Laforme Creek
Take notice that I, Guy I.. Williams,
Free Miner's Certificate rlij;6,., a* agent
fur Charles Walsh, Free Miner's Certificate B94266; for Kd. Adair, Free Miner's
Certificate rl-.42.s1; Samuel McMurty, Free
Miner's Certificate B942621 Walter Walsh,
Free Miner's Certificate B94265; F. G,
Walsh, Free Miner's Certificate B94264;
Gilbert Wilson, Free Miner's Certificate
H94261, and R. F. Greer, Free Miner's
Crrlificalc Bq4__-*, intend 60 days from
date, hereof to apply lo the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements
lor the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants
ol Ihe above claims.
And further take notice thai nclioti under Section ,17 must be commenced Ix-lore
the issuance of such certificates ol improvements.
Dated this 17th day of September, 11)08.
sep 13-nov 2,1 C.l'V L. WILLIAMS,
despair. "Don't de ■
thins " till you Me clearly
whst. 11 beat hjs aid of
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
¥n hrallli, ,1 lamas',s, love, nialtlaas snd par. niaM
nllM what xou'd _»k » Aeewr.biit den't llknlo
MOpssesyifiiutraUxl, 16 cents; .but toIntralue.
Telia what rou'
SIOpAfflM.  UIlllt.*_JU,  MIVB__.,    "MS    , MM., ...... .-_
It wo annd one only lo any adult for pelage.
10 cents.
IM »__•« SMI. MrMt,       sim* vosm
I.   O.   F
Court Mount Begbie, Ni .. Ml, meets 2nd and
4th Mondays in Oddfellows flail, usxt tn Opern
House. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
H. W. Edwards, It S.
C.   VV.   C^ W
Mountain View Camp, No. 219
Meet. Secoiid and Fourth Wednesdays In
each month. In Selkirk Hall. Vialtln Wood
men oordlally invited to attend.
W. I). AHMdTKONO. Con. Com.
J. M.-INTYUK. Clerk.
F. O. E.
The regular meetings are held in tlie Selkirk
Hell I-t aud 3rd Tuesday nf each mouth. I p.m.
Visiting brntlirau are cord tatty invited.
Kootenay Lodge. No. IS, A. F. Sk A. M.
The regular uieet-
iuns are held iu the
Oddfellows- Hall, ou
tbe third Monday lu
eiirt, mouth at S
p.m. Visiting brethren cordially sv.l-
O. A. I'lKictJNIKlt, Skcuktakv.
Meets river) Thursday
0. H.  KNIOHT. N.ll.
veiling In Selkirk
b at 8 o'olook*
)Vt.ltlng brethren cor
dial     Invited  to at>
Revelstoke will Benefit by the
Revelstoke bas accomplished more
during the past twelve months than
has been the esse in many previous
years, not only in the manner of oivio
improvements but also in developing
a great and lasting publicity wbioh
will stand her in good stead for all
Tbis is perbsps the lirst year io tbe
history of incorporation that anything
hss been done in a permanent manner
along lines of civio improvement, and
the Revelstoke uf the future is now
laid, In reviewing the amount of
actual wcrk done tor the upbuilding
ol the city it will be realized, even by
the most chronic kicker that a great
deal bas been accomplished. Our
auxiliary power plant is nearly ready,
our cement sidewalks are in a forward
condition, our boulevards are commenced, snd our new fire alarm system
has got beyond tbe preliminary stage.
These are things which appeal to tbe
investor snd capitalist as tangible
proofs of Revelstoke's progress.
Turning to tbe other side of the
question, Revelstoke's publicity at tbe
Calgary Dominion Fair and more recently at our own Fair, have accomplished really more tb,n tbe people
realise sod a reputation has been
gained which will never be lost.
Prosperity therefore, both in tbe ah-
street and concrete, has lollowed us
this year and it is our duty to follow it
up as keenly as we can and make use
of the experience gained, so tbat as
tbs years roll  round  we can find our-
COM Range Lodes, K. of  P.,
No. 26, Rsvslstoks, B. 0.
VtHV   iV    HNKSHA .
ol i\ tislnc-,1. y
each       ll' ' 1 ., .     .dilli'll 'w
Hall    at   8    l.liotr.,     Vlsitini
KnlghtS «'" iisrllsllv Invited.
O. H. HROl K   K. of K. 4.S |
j. n. scorr, a. ut v.
Boarding  School   for   Qlrls
Children of all Denominations ad.
milled. Complete Preparatory Studies.
High School Course. Music:—Piano,
Instruments, For terms aud other
particulars apply in    Stsreii Sci'KRIOR
OPINING    SEPT.    1st.    10OS
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Notice of Sale
Pursuant to the Order of Ihe County
Court of West Kootenay, holden at Revelstoke, made in the action of Rig Rend
Lumber Company, Limited, v. Columbia
and Kootenay Railway and Navigation
Company and Charles II. Kirk and W. J.
Kane, there will be offered for sale wilh
Ihe approbation of W. E. McLauchlin,
Esq., Deputy Registrar of said Court at
the Court House, in Ihe Cily of Revelstoke
on Wednesday, lhe 21st day ol October,
190H, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon,
all and singular lhat certain parcel
or tract of laud and premises situate, lying and being in the Town of Arrowhead,
It. C, and being composed of Lot No.
Four (4), Block No. Seven (7).
On the lands is said to Iw a two story
frame building 20x26 with seven rooms.
Farther particulars may be had from
Harvey, McCarter & Pinkham, Solicitors,
Imperial Hank Block, Revelstoke, B. C,
or from
W. E. Ml I.M ( III.IN,
Deputy Registrar al Kevelstoke.
Dated at Revelstoke this 1st day of
October, 1908. oct j 41
DRESSMAKING     ui      reasonable
'iti,.-.   Apply iVJrs,G. ..'.Green.
Finn ih Street.
FOR SAI.K   (lue ti .ure block and
one 1(1 .lili"   block   of  choice ll lilt
nud farming luud situated on Upper
Arrow Like. Apply John N-dson,
Galena B.iy, sep'tO lm
FOH SALE—Arrowhead Drugstore
lot Sale, possession November 1.
Apply to M.J. Donovan, Arrowhead,
R C, sep 10 4l.
FOR SALE—Two good Milk  Cons
Apply   to   Mathison   A    Crowe,
South Track.
_ class Dairy Cows. Apply to Box
(_J8, Arm.'head. Sut l_ Hod
WANTED-Upstairs work  or din-
ingrooni Hy experienced woman.
Apply at once to M. Abel. Golden.
FOR HALE-Small Ooal Self Feeder
Stove in gooil condition,     Applv
Mah.-Hkrai.d office.
PARTNER    WANTED   to    travel,
X     wilh iihoiii $75    Paying concern.
Write "Purinei," office this paper.
mO LET-Good furnished room with
_L    ornitboiii board. Apply Box 806.
WANTKD-.Se.vii.K   liv    the   day.
Apply lo Miss Nellie Beck, .id
street west.
WANTED - Young Kit I lo take cut e
of 1 Iiii,I, .1. iu private residence,
Apply Mail.Herald office,
WANTED-To pm chase from 2 to
20 acres of cleared or uncleared
good boil Ind. within 2 miles of the
Revelsluke post office. Owners only
reply. G ie full pari leularti—R. Hockly
General Delivery, Vancouver.        Ic
YOUNG   MAN  desiies  board   and
room, or  room separate.   State
terms.—T  V'Tiuui, cure Mail-Heiiilil.
The Evans Institute for the cure of
the drink ami drug habits, established
in Winnipeg Uyeurs, uud in Vancouver
1 yeur. with entire success. Now ro-
m,,visit In iuto commodious quarters at
ICi'l Purk Drive, Uruutlview, corner nf
Purler street,
Pruspei'tus, testimonials, etc., scut
privately 011 ai*f>1|s"titlou< The superiu-
teudent er seerelury may be consulted
at an) lime.   I'll i„, 11 ltd).
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Board by week
Single   meals
25 c
McKenzie   Avenue
Meals. 25c..
The Steamer leaves Five Mile
Lauding (duiing stage of high
water ) nt (i a.m on Tuesday and
Friday, for Downie Creek and way
points, returning same duy.
Freight must be ready for delivery to teams of Kevelstoke
Cartage Co., Ltd., on Mondays and
Thursdays at 1 p.m., and must be
The Cartage Company's Stage
leaves fnr Ibe Boat Landing at 5:30
p.m on Monday and Thursday and
co'inects with the steamer oo arrival
back in the evening, and makes
special trips, when required, on
Tueaduy and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Comfortable bertha and good
meals on Steamer. Telephone connection between steamer and local
exchange—No. B13II. Dates of
sailings may bs changed without
All   kinds   of  new
Dealers in
Wah Chung, - Front St.
P, (). Box, 206. Phone 28
Mmiiiffiotiirnti for       olaiiM.il of hntlrlltiirti
for '(tin in In run or Hmnll quuntittan
nt Ilia lowfv.t prims for ••■»,._.
All kinds of building aud plastering
So Clear, So Shining and so Evident that it
will glimmer through  a   Blind  Man's   Eye
A Canadian Made Writing Machine
For ease of operation and
perfection in the results produced the " EMPIRE "
TYPEWRITER is unsurpassed.
The" EMPIRE" embodies
no complicated movements,
while its manifolding alignment, marginal facilities,
automatic conveniences, durability, visible writing, minimum of noise in operation
make it the typewriter par
The "EMPIRE "needs less
care than any other machine
because there are fewer parte
to lie cared for also due to the
strong lines of simplicity that
arc part of the machine.
The C.P.I.. began using the
EMPIRE Typewriter in
1895, continued to add to the
number, and now have in
constant use more than 700
of these machines.
The British Covernment
" French Covernment
" Bank     Montreal.
" Merchants Bank of
11 Molsons Bank
and all educational institutions of Canada
The Price
the Municipal Council nf the Corporation of the City of Hc.clsloke intends
to undertake the construction of
Boulevards on certain streets within
the City of Revelstoke. lo wit: McKenzie Avenue on Isith sides from the
north side of Third Street to the north
side of Eighth Street; and on both
sides of Third Street, Fourth Street,
Fifth Street and Sixth Street, from the
east side of McKenzie Avenue to the
west side of Vernon Avenue, and on
both sides of Douglas Btrect from
King west lo C.P.R. right of way,
according to speOitlcat ions and estimates prepared liy the City Engineer
appointed fur the purpose, and to
assess the expense or cost thereof upon
the land or real property  abutting on
the parts of such streets as above-mentioned and to be iM-ncHttcd thereby)
and that a statement showing the land
or real property liable lo pay the
iissessiiicnt. I lici'pfiir, and tbe unities nf
the owners thereof, as fur as they run
lie ascertained, together with the specifications and estimates of the City Engineer, and the proposed assessment
and report thereon of the City Clerk
are now on Hie in the offlce of the Citv
Clerk and upon for inspection by all
persons during oHlcc hours.
The estimated co«t of the work is
HH4*_).OI, to lie boms by the owners of
such properties as abut on the pails
of auch street! as above mentioned.
Any objection to the proposed undertaking and assessment theiefor
shall be made by petition to tlie City
Council within FIFTEEN (15) dayH
from the date hereof, the |_>rsoris entitled to petition lieing the owners of
the lands affected thereby.
City Clerk.
Dated this Kith day of Sept.- 1UU8
West Kootknay Eai.ii Dutriot
Take Notice thai 60 (lavs after dale
I Arthur B, Evans, of Ueaton, H.C.
occupation, prospector, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
billowing described lands situated on
Fish River, in West Kootenay district.
Commencing at the north-east corner of A. D. Mackay'spre-emption No.
7.805, snd marked "A. E. Kvan»,
North-west Oorner Post," ihence 8
chains to west line of McKin'ioii's
pre-emption; thunce SO chains south,
thence, chains west to MacKiiy's,
thence north 60 chains to point nf commencement, containing 441 acres more
or less.
Located August 3rd, ISM..
A. E. EVAN'S, Locator
Certificate of Improvements.
Vivian Luck No. 1, Vivian Luck No. 2
Vivian Luck No. ,'(,   Vivian  Luck
No. 4, Vivian Luck No.  5, Vivian
Luck No. tl and Silver Crown mineral claims, situated in the I.irdeaii
Mining Division of West Kootenay
Wheie    locuted:-At   Mead of   Kidd
Creek, n tributary of Boyd Creek.
TAKE NdTICK lhat   I,   O.  B.  N.
Wilkie, acting   us   agent   for   Hector
Polder,   F.M.C.   U74Ho,   and   George
Johnson, F.M.C. BU5051, intend, aixty
days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining   Recorder   for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above
And further lake notice that action,
under section 87, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this _.th day of May, A. D.
w my_7 Trout Lake, B. 0.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that George McCarter,
Hr., of llevelsloke, B.C., Agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Coininenciiig at a post planted on
tbe west bank of tbe Columbia River
at the south-east corner of Lot (OH,
Group 1, Kootenay, and marked
"George McCarter, nr., north-east cornel post," tlience west 10 chains;
thence south '2ft chains; thence east 20
chains more or less to the weet bank
of the Columbia river; thence northerly aluiig the west bank of the Columbia river to the point of commence
ment. containing 26 acree mra* or less.
Bv his agent, Geo. S. McCarter.
Dated June 26ft, 1906. . 27 OOd
for His linn." of a duulloato Certifloate ot 'i itio
Ui Lot linn, Uroup One, Iliatrlcl ot Kootenay.
" True ri.Huro" Miniiriil Claim leXCsptlDK *H
iiiclii i'ii,I one-twelfth Interest therein).
isteiiiHin U> it-suo al tho expiration of one
aionlti aft, i tbo Unit publication hereof a
ilniilicat.• nf the ('(.iilllciius of Title for lot.
1007. (iroup Ono. Dlstriot of Kootenay "True
Fiaaurv" mineral claim (exoeutlnKaa undivided
one-twelfth Interest therein! In the name of
Thomas I)o-au„. whioh CerUflcaUi ts dated the
Ktli of March. !s!*7, aud numbered IMS ('.
Dlstriot Re_iatrar.
Land Podiatry NBlcc, Nelaon, S. C.
September 10th, 1S0S.
Powerful car, seats five, for hire by
the day er hour at reasonable terms.
Regular street trips all day.
Stands—Union Hotel, Phono 27.
Oriental Hotel, Phone IS.
C. TIMHMM, Proprtstor.        Phons .1 THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
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Flower   Cream,     .lust  wind  *&
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Weather Forecast;
W ednesday, Oct. 7.—Gi s.-n .Ily fair,
uot much change. Temp. M ix tis " ,
Min. JO- .
Local and General.
Entire   chmge   ot   programme   at |
Edison Theatre. Friday und Saturday.
D. McCarthy 1ms received the con-
tract for the new root on tlie Northern
Orown bank building
The annual convention of Bvitis.li
Columbia school trustees v,ill be held
this! year at Kevelstoke.
R, H. Tiueman will bo at, the local
studio Inr two .weeks, commencing
Monday, Oetobei  12th,
The pretty colored picture "The
Frog," and other features at Edison
Theatre, Friday and .Satuiday.
Tlie Ladies of the Maccabees ate
giving a shirtwaist dance in the Opem
House, Tuesday, Oct. 20th, ll. Gurdoii
muster of ceremonies.
The poles Iihvp lieen erected t.'i tbe
new electric arc lights whioh the oily
is about to instal on McKenzie Ase.
at Second and First streets near the
Climax Hotel.
Ahrahanisou Bros, of the Central
H tel have on exhibition seine line
.-peciniens of local grown apples anil
plums, their size, quality and flavour
I'eins; excellent.
A shirtwaist dance will be held in
the Opera House on Tuesday, October
20th, under tbe auspices ol the Ladies
of the Maccabees. R. Gordon will
otticiule as master of ceremonies.
A dance has been arranged by tlie
residents of Albert Canyon to lake
place about October Kith. Drawings
tor the rarite for a handsome Ithaca
shotgun and case will take place thut
Lord Milner the famous ex-Governor
of the   Transvaal  und   Orange  River
colony and Inter high commissioner nl
South Africa, passed through the city
on No 97 un Sunday night en route
for the Coast.
Mrs. J. M. Murun has offered her
farm just south of the Illicillewaet
trallic b idge tor rent, and as soon sh tt
tenant has b.en arranged for she will
take up her residence permanently on
iier homestead, three miles further
south, near the logging camp.
A story has tillered into thia office
of a tirl who had been but three
week, in the employ of a local family
ol more or less artistic tnsles It.
appeals that ber time hud beeu by no
tncauc wasted. Her mistress was
ui'ingher instructions one day us to
the dinner "Don't lorget the potatoes," enjoined tbe lady. "No inu'ain"
"■.a. the reply; "will you '.ive 'em in
tneir jacket" or in the nood?"
at your house every morning
and leave you some of our
nice fresh bread and rolls.
They will reach you in plenty
of time foi' breakfast! and
not a member of the family
but what will enjoy thorn.
Try il for a week anyway.
If we can get you to do that
we rely on the bread and rolls
to make you oat them light
ninl counter*, you will duel
only t he best of canned uml
•package goods, and the bust
of every kind. Whatever
you wtinL in line groceries
you will Mud here, and you
will lind oui-prices right on
tea-, coffees, canned goods
und everything in groceries.
We pride ourselves on the
courtesy  and   efficiency  of
our  store service,
ss__"^_____: 6 A**1-*'.
HOBSOft    *r3_   BELL
Karn is King
The right Piano at the right price.
Call and see us before you buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agents.     Money to Loan.
Eaton   Hurlbut
and Crane's
Note Papers
■  -t^r nock lust received
Prices on Bulk Goods
I'roin   i -._.   11^ 75c.   ;t quire
.'elopes 15c. lo 75c. j'r-K-
Special Juvenile packdg.es.
"Afraid to gu borne in the dark,"
illustrated song on Pr'day und Saturday at EiliBMi Theatre
Yon will know Iv w to mark your
ballot after hearln. Mr. Goodeve ul
the Opera House, Oct. 9th. Oct. _ 2,
Gold Hangs Lodge, Knights of 1'y-
tliius, will confer 3rd rank on several
candidates Ibis evening, Oct. 7th A
full attendance is requested.
A. S. GoodevS, the Conservative candidate lor Kootenay in the approaching Federal election, will address a
public ineeling in the opera house on
Friday evening on the political situation.
The date of the election in Kootenay riding for the Federal House has
been further postponed from November :l tn November 12th, und nomination day being fixed for October 19th
us all over Canada.
The Ladies' Guild of the hospital
are holding a progressive whist tournament on Thursday, Oct. it, in the
City Hall in aid of the hospital,
rickets can he procured from any of
the members of the hospital guild.
A peouliar accident happened near
Znnesville,Ohio. The railroad section
foreman had slopped a tralh to get a
cow otV a trestle. When the train
started up the escaping steam again
frightened the cow which ran into him
und knocked him mulct the wheels "f
tlie train white he met  his dentil.
A seotloumati al Illioilliwaet while
under the influence of liquor on Sut i-
day nigbt who wus walking on the C.
1' R. track was bit by « locomotive,
hut not sufficiently hard to inllict serious injury The most Berious part of
the affair, in tbe miud of ihe man,
perhaps, was the loss of his whisky, a
bottle of which was smashed by tho
impact, in bl) hip pocket.
A suggestion Iius been made in Lain
don, England, tiiat 11 third assembly
termed the "House of Ladies ' be established ut the houses uf parliament,
in which the fair sex can take Up and
dtiCUBS all political, social and moral
issues and act as un auxiliary to the
slerner members of lhe legislature.
This is in view of the recent ''woman's
rights' movement. We wooder how s
Council ot ludit-B would act incoojunc-
ti"ii witb onr own local municipal
c uncil
Come and see "Billy on Fire" and
"Dinah's Dream, 'at the Edison lliea.
tre, Friday and Saturday,
Don't forget the date, Osst. '.1.1 .
when Mr. Qoodive w'll address Ihi
citizen ; nf Revelstoke on behalf ol tb"
Conservative Parly Oci..'I 2,
Pat Knox, a burly Irish 1111111, who
has lieen trying to pick quarrels with
every man iilnmst. iu town since he
ciinie from Field this week was landed
in gaol yesterday by the police, being
sentenced to 30 days for threats and
knife drawing iu a hotel bar.
The following terse quotation 'rom
Sbukespeure's "Much Ado About, No
tiling" may be appropriate at the present, time, now that the electi 11 put is
beginning to boil:
' I'll devise aoiue bonesl glanders
11,-,mu my ,.,.u.in ,v oh. cue ilolb not ituiiw
Huw mui. I, au III word may eui|iul9ou  liking "
The lirst dance of the season held
under the auspices of the Kevelst ,ke
Quadrille Club will take place tomorrow night (Thursdtv) in the N, Ikuk
Hall. A good time ii anticipated ll
is the Intention of the club to hold
dances regularly during the winter
Work iu connection with the installation of the new Gamewell lire nlutm
system throughout the oity is being
pushed ahead, the poles being tint iu
position ready for the.wires. The new
system is practically the hest 011 lhe
market uud must reliable of any yt 1
A Btrtkehreaker on Sunday last who
was working at u Uthe in the C 1' K
shops contrived by some misadventure
to get mixed up wilh his machinery
which resulted in the ni"n being
violently burled to the giound, his
clothes being stripped ort bim The
unfortunate mm was conveyed to the
hospital where among 01 er severe
bruises and cuts, several ribs were
f,.iiiiii to he fractured.
The regular monthly mee ;n_ of
No. 1 Fire Brigade was held un Monday night at the Fire Hali and was
well attended. Regular order ol
business was discussed, chief of which
was the new tire a'.arm system wiiis-r
is now beine; installed. Tbe iw'It
of additional hydrants, was taken up
and left with a committee to report,
house bel in it I - residences were
also     'ii.ctia.ert.      H       Cunningham
Morris, of the Maii.-Hkkai.ii was   pro
posed      nnd    ttnniiinion-ly   elected   a
! member of the brigade
Mr. Lund, president of Ihe Mountain Lumbermen's Association, whs ill
the city on Sundny en mule for Vancouver. Ile wus iicciini|,anied by
Mayor Lindinurk, und they hnve gone
to the coast for the purpose ol discussing the lumber situation.
City electrician North and his Btsff
of two have their bauds full just now
with preparing the house and street
wires for the winter, wiring numerous
houses and other buildings, stringing
power transmission lines, and fire
aliirm wires, besides countless jobs in
connection with a growing "electric
The Revelstoke cricket club members are moving in the direction of the
formation of an interior cricket league
with an object of promoting that
noble game and hopes to announce
shortly that success has crowned tin fr
efforts. What do local players of the
good old English summer game think
of the idea ? Have we material enough
for an eleven?—Salmon Arm Observer.
The October number of the "Westward Hu!" magazine, published at
Vancouver, has reached tl is otlice.
The number is a great advance <>n any
previous one, in interest, and contains
many special articles, stories and gen-
em! literature i lint, will appeal to
every render. Included iu tbe con
tents is an interesting illustrated
article 011 Kevelstoke from the pen of
il. Cunningham Morris of the Mill,-
The attention of the public is culled
to the necessity of having their chimneys and stove pipes cleaned before
the winter sets in. Snot collecting in
the chimneys will frequently catch
lire and should the chimney itself be
di fi dive or liitdly choked, a fire will
(irohiibly result to1 be destruction of
1 be house and 1 he endangering ol thai
block where the house is situated.
Clitftli chimneys will lend lo no danger
Is your name on the J!*08 niunici
pal voters li.t . Until October 31
t.b se whii wish to be sine that their
names are on the list may examine
lli'tii in lhe city hall oflices, when
they ttie ava'lable Appeals to have
names put mt u struck off will he
re. iiv il until O-ti'br 31. Already
sevoral members uf the city council
in,! ot Iters who plan tn Ihi candidates
'or cither llie board of aldermen,
mayors' cli.iir, and school trustee are
■cruti'liing their beads over the prnti
able increased uuiiiber.of voters tbey
will have to face at tho coining civic
Camp Foreman Run Over By
"Train.--Body Severed ih Two
A sad fatality occurred on Sunday
morning between two nnd three yVltck
near Field when J. L. IJiiinn, foreman,
of McDonald's Cunip No. 1 on the
Big Hill grade reduction wprks was
run over by a train and instantly
killed. It seems that the. unfortunate
man had left the camp about tl o'clock
on Saturday night for Field with a
view to having hit laundry done up.
He remained in the town lor about
one hour and that was the last time
he was seen alive. A train crew of it
freight coming along ut dawn on
Sunday found the man on the truck
bis body severed in two and still
warm. The remains were taken into
Field where the police were advised,
who went to the csmp to secure a
man to identify the body. Corooer
Bui'khuni, of Golden, was wired lor to
hold an inquest. The body was sent
to Killa'ne, Out., where tho deceased
people reside.
Social and Personal
Mayor Lindmaik left r,n Sunday
in a visit to the co >st.
Mrs W H. Sutherland will not receive on Friday the ilth.
Sum Sutherland, of Ferguson, is a
visitor in Ihe city to day.
It. A. Upper of the Monarch hotel,
Field, wus in the city on Monday.
0, l'i iiisc.liinan of Rush Peak was a
visitor to the "'ity on Sunday night.
Mr.  Tucker, the   photographer, ie
tin nrd on Monday from il visit to the
coast cities
.1. Watson of the Imperial Dank
stall' wus visiting friends at Allwrt
Canyon on Sunday.
Miss Laura- Patrick has returned
Inline alter spending , he summer with
hei fathi r in Montreal
ii II Sawyer, \. R. Hillier and 1).
Sniylhe returned on Sunday night
fn tn a trip to the ciast citieB.
K II liuffey bus returned from a
vi. it to Nome, Alaska, and leaves tomorrow for his home at Pittsburg.
I'ry a pound of our Ram Lai's lea
uml In- convinced that it is the best
on the market In 1 lb , 3 Ib and 5
Ib. packages.    0. B. Hume A Co,
Not yet The law does nut protect
ynu from Ihe unskilled optician but
vu can surceissfuliy defend yourself
hy pair nizing those skillful in this
pr fs-ssion. Clever loientillti Ip-at,-
nient is within your reach by visiting
Dr Harvey, where eye snfTe.ers receive
undivided attention Consultation,
(let 20th snd 21ft hours IU to 12. 2
to 5, and by appointment.
G. W. Green Receives a Gun
Charge Through His Hand
The lirst accident, locally, since the
openiug of the shouting season occurred yesterday afternoon. It appears
that Q. W. Green, who is employed in
S MeMahiin's blacksmith's shop, nnd
three others wept for 11 grouse hunii"g
trip lu Horse Shoe Pit, six miles wet
of iho t'ily, „u,\ when getting through
a piece nf thick brush the hummer of
Gieen's gun wns pulled buck. When
a clearing was reached the party'sat
down on a l"g to nst at id Green, who
hud his left hand closed over the muzzle of the gnu, hud occasion In move
the weu'nn when the hummer fell, the
full charge going through ihe palm of
the build. The party, after n littering
the best aid they could hurried back
the six miles with the injured than
and 1 cached lhe Dig Kddv Mill where
they telephoned for the ambulance In
meet, tlieni ttt llie budge. (lieen was
conveyed to the hospital where Ins
wounds were dressed, The injured
man is progressing 1 v.irably today
and the duel ore have every hope of
saving the hand.
Curtains and Curtain Muslins
at Sale Prices
Now is the time when you want to freshen up lhe
windows and we will help ynu lo du it at a very low price.
Wc have a splendid lot oi Curtains full length and full
width,'but al a short price as we arc selling them at 21 per
cent. off.
Bobbinett Curtain Muslin
With a frill of.la__._.ncl a wide lace insertion, ,}o to 42
indies wide.     Regular 25c. lo 40c.     Now.20 per cent. off.
Is in charge of MlSS McDONALD and she will be
pleased to have your work and.guarantee satisfaction.
Social Evening.
Lust nigbt the ladies and friends of
the Y.M.C.A. wer very much in evidence in the parlors. A nice sociable
evening was spent at the refieshtnenl
tables, inspecting the howling alleys
and watching the basket ball game.
It is hoped that, many more evenings
of the same kind will take place dining the coming winter.
In the finals in the gentlemen's
singles 111 the lawn tennis tournament, A. H. MoCleneghan won from
T. E. L. Taylor 6—1; 6—8,
The married ineii defeated the single
men in tic bowling alleys last night
by a comfortable inargi . A lettirn
match will doubtless be arranged.
Northern Crown Bank
Capital (authorized)
"        paid up
F. est, and undivided profits
Pti-slilenl   Sir li. II. McMillan, K.O.M.G,   Vice I 'residents-. Kdw.ud G111-
ney and dipt. Win. Rohlnson.   Gen, Man.   .1. \V. deC. O'Grudv.
Special attention paid to Savings  Bank Deposits
I nl ci'csl allowed IVoiii ihil.i'of deposit und credited quarterly.
Open every C P. R.   Pay Night, also Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 p. m.
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted
The sin.illesl  account receives I'min^m Ibe same ciij'eful adoption
us ihe lurgpRl one. *
Office   Corner First 8t.: and Connaught Ave.
A.  F.  D.  LACE,   Manage!-   Revelstoke  Branoh
Go to 0. B. Hunio A Co. lor curpete,
linoleums and Hour oilcloths.
Kissel I s carpet sweepers are best
made.    Sold at It  II. Hume A Co's.
Neat house, nicely furnished, conveniently situated, for rent, H. N.
Come iu and let us (plots yuu prices
on our crockerv and glassware. We
can give you bargains on dinner sets,
tea sets, toilet sets, jardinieres, oups,
saucers, etc,   C. II. Hume .' Co.
People have travelled hundreds of
ir ties to obtain Dr. Harvey's advice.
Oo not miss this opportunity lo get
your eyes examined. Tuesday and
Weiluesil iv, Oct. '20th and 21st.
Mattresses 1 ll ,ws and bed comforts
at C. It. Hllllle _   Co's..
If ynu want. Coursier's coal, order
well ahead
Gel (he mince pietuibil. Try u pti I
of our mince meat, new aud fresh, -28
lbs. full weight, at .3.2ii per psili C.
I! Ilunie _• Co
You li x your eyes on a pretty face
ami there they stick. You are blind.
That's one kind ol eye trouble, hilt,
there's another kind fully as haul lo
overcome and not so pleasant. That's
the kind Dr. Harvey attends to.
To Rent '
Mrs. ,1. M. Moran will rent her farm,
jiist sonth of the lllecillewaet Irutlic
bridge. The property contains u comfortable frum' bouse with all modern
conveniences; two storey frame stable
11x20; good chicken houses and runs
tin 150 chickens; hog pens, etc. Over
seven seres for tu-y cultivation; a
large pasture run f 1 oorscB and cows.
An underground it's i^iuion system insures pood crops, te ten piodncc, etc.
Apply to Mrs. ,1 M. Moran, on the
Liberal Committee Rooms
Old Salvation Army Hall, "rat Street
All Inioro-led in the election of Mr.
Smith C1111 is as member l'or Kooteuay
Hiding in the Dominion House of
Commons, cordially welcomed.
Open Daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
WANTKD   A   good "seiwiint   girl
for family   uf  two.   Apply at
Mm 1.-Ill-: ha mi.
Are  a   safe   and  sound  in-
j,        vestment.    Tbis was proved
conclusively during  the recent financial depression.
Every   one    of    our    large
assortment is
Guaranteed to be
Ollicial Issuer of Marriage
City Bakery
Call and see our cake, We
handle everything in the cake
and pastry line. Just arrived 11
beautiful assort ment of bouquets and trimmings fur wedding, bill Inlay and other cakes.
All kinds of icing and trimming
done. Slock of fresh bread and
buns always on hand. Kye
bread made Tuesdays and I'Yi.
days. Tea and Cake. Lunches
put up.
We are keeping in louch   wiih  the
Eastern Wholesale Houses,
Making our display of New ' ioods
all thf Latest Styles.
Women whu.in' looking for something entirely new and exclusive in
Mantles should see uur M title
Hosiery and
Knit Underwear
We are showing all the best makes,
This Department is overflowing
wiih New Goods, Women's Cashmere Hose from " .e. n  nnir to $1.
Regular ,1... ind $2.50 at 50c.
per pair You .ir*» assured of
h good bargain a, _c plm e on
dtir counters 50 odd pairs.
Blankets and
All wool   blankets,   full  size, good
weight,   at $4.    Reg. $8 all-woo
blanket for .$6.50.    Blanket 1 vv
(.'■. jo, now selling at $8.
A j/tiod range ol ' omforter.. -it   .ill
I'rii es,
Ladies' Costumes
.-.o  per cent   I )i_count   on al
Clothing Department
Odd Pants at •'.i.^.S per pair.
Worsted Suits at .Si 1.50.      Regular
Hoys' Sims gelling  from .Sj.50 up.
Men's Overcoats.    Reg. $13      Now
Men's    Best   Overcoats  with   Satin
Lapels,   Hen. . 16-   ^'im' $"«•
Men's Odd Pants
100 Pair put in stock this day,
good, heavy Tweed Pants at $1.35
per pair. Heavy and dark grey
tweed, double and twisted wool,
the kind that regularly sells at $,3.
Now Sale Price $2.25.
Snaps in Footwear
Women's Shoes  at   $1.50.    These
are odd lines picked^ out of stock.
Reg. $2.50 and $4.
Men's Tan Oxfords.       Reg. $5.50
Now $3.50.
Men's Balmoral,    Reg. $5.50; now
Men's Heavy Working Shoe.   Reg,
$,"..-.o; now $2.50.
MaoKenzie Avenue        R ££ I D      &     YO U _\ Gr Bevelstoke,  B.C.


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