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Array "Empire" typewriter
For ease of operation and perfection
in results produced, this machine
is unsurpassed.   Frice, fllO.OO Cash.
Interior Publishing Co.,   ■   Agents
The Mail-Heral
•
MP'HE    TYPEWRITER
For e.ise of operation and perfection
in results produced, this Machine
is unsurpassed.— PaiOB: fGO.OO cash.
Interior Publishing Co, Agents
Vol 14.-No 65
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST '_!), 1908
$2.50 Per Tear
C. B. Hume &-_*
o.incia
Tir]
Library
^
SOCIAL BANQUET
Stores at Arrowhead antl Revelstoke.
School commences again next Monday,
August 24. There will be some fixing
needed for the girls and boys. These
items may interest you and save money.
A lot of children school wash dresses,
to fit children from five to io years of age,
in good heavy wash materials. Sailor and
French dresses, these were $2.50 and $3, the
lot will be on sale while they last at per dress
Boys' wash suits and Girls' wash dresses
to fit children up to six years, in good wash
materials, fine for starting the children to
school.    They are going at a bargain
Ladies',  Misses'  and  children's White
Duck Shoes, at prices up to $3, now
Children's Tarn o' Shanters and hats
some are nice cream wool serges, some wash
materials, they sell at various prices up as
high as $1, now
Boys' and Girl's school boots in good
strong leather, made by standard makers,
such as Williams, and the Amherst Shoe
Co. These will wear if any shoes will, $2 and
1.90
95c.
1.50
40c.
2.50
C. B. HUME. .& CO.,  LIMITED
^■^A       StA-rer M t-BV_-r»-Oke and Arrowhead.
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CLEARING AT COST
r\
We are still keeping tue knife
A COAL OIL STOVE CUT
going   and  cutting   down   our
stock.     We  have too many Re
1 Burlier, Cast Bottom $ .90
frigerators. You want one. Here
2     -          "       "        ....  160
is your chance
3      "          "       "        ....  2 00
A  First   Class   Family   Size,
I      "   Geiinan with kettle    .75
msde to give satisfaction, a Food
2         "150
Preserverand an Ice Saver.
1      '•   Glass   Bottom     1.25
No. 1 Labrador $ 8.50
2      "       "         "          1.50
•A               2 25
o. 2 Labrador   10.00
A   chance   of   a   life time to
Other sizes cut ti      luiu't
make a Good   Bargain.      Don't
miss this chance.
miss it.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
\^   TINSMITHINQ PLUMBING ELECTRIC   WORK        //
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
Interest allowed an deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly.	
Revelitoke Branoh, B.C.   A.B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
■W!
■(*-■
Just  Received
Another shipment of
Ladies' Silk and Lace
Blouses and Dress
Skirts.     •
25 per cent, off on all
summer stock.
Infants   and   Children's Coats, Shoes and
Underwear.
Come and scethem before buying elsewhere.
MISS   A.  MASLEN
Opposite Climax Hotel, First Htroet.
"aintenance of Way Employees
Ente/tain Grand Pres. Lowe
A large and enthusiastic gathering
of C.P R Maintenance of Way employees tendered a banquet at the
Central Hotel on Wednesday night to
A. B. Lowe, Grand President cf the
Order who is carrying out nn official
itinerary. A Inreo number of guests
including lucal railroad ollicials and
representatives of other labor organizations were present.
J. McGuiness took the chair. After
a sumptuous repast put up by tbe
house to which smple justice was done,
a long toast list was honored.
Mayor Lindmark on being called
upon to rrspjLd to the toat-t of the
oity snid that he wns pleased to meet
Mr. Lowe and the maintenance of way
reviewing the situation a few years
ago when their strike was on and the
manner in which the men bad behaved. He heartily welcomed them
to the city, of which everyone was
proud and was glad to see that tbeir
work was going on smoothly in spite
ot the unfortunate strike of tlieir
brother unions.
Aid. Lefeaux re* lied tn the toast of
the Province referring to its resources
and iheir relationship to Ibe people in
the manner of owi ing them He
urged that the workers shnuld take
more interest in Ibe Province snd its
wealth and pointed nut that all should
use their brains as well ns tlieir hands
for their ultimate success.
W. W. Foster in responding to the
toast of the C.P.R. briefly reviewed
the pioneering of railroads in England
and Canada und the vast strides it had
made. He eaid that the C.P.R. had
aided in the development of Ihe country and its resources, and that the
people should I e proud of ihe C.P.R.
staff nnd especially the maintenance
of nay, who weie a line body of men,
built up by the agency of the labor
unions. He pointed out that friction
aud bod feeling should he elimiuatid
between the men, the officials and Ibe
company and in saying this he referred lo to Ihe excellent fee'ing of
harmony between the cnntlp.ny snd
the maintenance men. He urged that
a -.qnafe'denf Wi>« iill the CiP-.lV. arid
meh wanted.
.7. P. Km tie 111 expressing pleasure
at meeting Mr. Lowe, referred chiefly
to (he distribution by ihe C.P.R. of
llower eenls to the section men, for
beaut dying their gardens and that
bulbs would lie given this year lor
spring fl'iweiing. He urged ihe establishment of such gardens and concluded by advocating loyalty to the
railroads which were the country's
back b me.
M. Dory, general chairman of the
Order, spoke a few words regarding
the good leeling between the C.PR.
and Ihe mainlenace men.
A. II. Lowe is expressing pleasure nt
his recep'ion referred to the founding
of the Order and the manner in which
foreign labor had proved successful
along the runt!. Since the strike in
1901 the hatchet was buried and now
the feeling between the company and
the men was most cordial. He said
th t tbe best labor is in the end the
most iniititnliie, for high wages derive
tli*' best results and pays best. All
the men wanted was fair treatment
and no more. He regretted the present strike and concluded by eulogising
the progiess in temperance among the
men who were thereby developing
both muscle and brain.   (Cheers).
Other toasts were honored, including sister organizations replied to by
Mr. Kerapster, who took up a vigorous
stand for the men who were on strike,
urging that tlieir rights lie secured and
dilatiug on the advancement of organised labor.
J. Carey gave two excellent Irish
recitations and J. Mathie vocal selections. Mayor Lindmark invited all
the men to the Fair, and asked tlieir
co operation for its success.
J. P. Forde touched on tbe proposed
Columbia River trallic bridge, saying
tbat it would grestly enhance land
values and benefit tbe whole city, and
asserted that tbe credit of bringing
the thing about was d-e to tbe energy
of Mr. Lindmark in bis persistent
light for a bridge.
Auld Lang Syne brought a very
pleasant social function to a close,
FRACAS AT C. P. R. DEPOT
Questionable Authority of C. P.
R. Constables
Considerable indignation was created thin morning shortly before noon
by the action of n speci 11 O. P. R.
constable. It appears that G. Lilley,
a machinist, and one of the strikers,
had occasion lo go to the C. P. It
depot platform to see a friend, an
engineer on one of tlie C.PR. bunts,
off on the train. The constable in a
manner brutal snd insolent, arrested
the machinist for trespassing on the
company's property and locked him
up in the C.P R. gaol. After looking
into the matter the C P.R. official
ordered his-release and put an end to
the disturbance. ..This is not tbe first
time that this constable has caused
trouble, and if any further occurrences
tike place the men will not stand for
it. Stories of trainmen and engineers
being molested by these constables are
frequent and trouble seems likely.
Tbeir right to play, fast and loose witb
our citizens bas been questioned, and
public indignation is very strong.
No clinkers in Courier's clean coal.
Kodaks and films at Bews' Drug
Store.
For carpels, carpet squares and
small rugs go to C. II. Hume it Co.
Little smoke, no dust, no soot, no
olinkers in Counter's coal.
We bave a choice selection of Nairn's
linoleum and floor oil cloth, recognized
best made.   0. B Hume A Co.
C. P. R. STRIKE
Adjustment Probable—Men and
Officials Discuss Situation
Winnipeg. Aug. 28.-—The Canadian
Pacific Railway strike affecting the
mechanical trades is about In be
settled. Tbe company has decided it
has had sufficient of the present conditions existing on their system snd
has opened negotiations. This was
not brought about by the strikers so
much as by pressure from other unions.
The heads of the engineers, firemen,
conductors and trainmen in the west
went to Montreal Saturday night,
summoned liy chiefs in the east, and
on arrival Tuesday immediately sought
an interview with the C. P. R. president, Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, and
General Manager McNichol. Nvgotia-
tious proceeded so far that the president then sent foi G. J, Bury, assistant general manager, who has been in
charge of tbe strike for the company
in the west.
With next week, by iho start in big
shipments of wheat, the company is
face to fare with a serious , situation,
especially as much kl their rolling
stock in the west is running down and
badly in need of repair.
Ash Kennedy, head of the' Biother-
hood of Locomotive Engineers in
Western Canada, has been in Montreal
since last Friday. Saturday he sent
for H. J. Chester, head of the Con
duclors' order, and other leaders of the
Trainmen's brotherhoods, and they
went down Satuiday night.
SCHOOL OPENING
Large Increase of Pupils—New
Teachers Appointed.
The schools opened for the fall term
on Monday last with a largely increase*] attendance. Between sixty
and seventy pupils entered the public
school for the first time, while about
ten or twelve were added to the high
Bchool roll.
The classrooms of the public school
were all nicely kalsomined and varnished during the holidays and now
present a very neat appearance. The
iron fire escape iB now complete and
tbe pupils of division three had a preliminary practice on it yesterday.
The text books and supplies furnished by the' Education Department
have arrived and are all of good
quality, although in some cases tbe
quantities are a little short.
Mr. D. L. MacLaurin takes Mr.
Sissons' place as principal of tbe high
school. Mr. MacLaurin takes tbe
science aud mathematics, while his
assistant, Mr. Marden Long, of Woodstock, Out , takes lbs classical and
English subjects. Miss M. Hyatt and
Miss L. McCullock are tbe new
teachers on the public school staff,
which now numbers ten With good
attendance on the part of the pupils
the outlook for a successful term's
work is very bright.
MURDERERS AT LARGE
Murder   at   Midway    Hotel,
Phoenix—Brutal Attack.
Phoenix, B. C, Aug. 28.—Charles
Thomet, proprietor of the Midway
hotel, was fatally shot at that place
yesterday by two highwaymen who
entered the hotel and held up the four
men present at the point of their
revolvers. Thomet was behind the
bar and managed to grasp his gun and
lire three shots at the men. In the
return fue he was wounded but managed to escape to an adjoining room
and lock the door. Tbo robbers foiced
an entrance and kilhd him. Thomet
bad been a provincial policeman and
was counted a dead shot. The murderers aro thought to be membei - of a
gang who have been operating iu the
distriot lor some time. All truce of
them has been lost.
Here Soon
A big program ot iiov.-lties is promised by Richards it Pringle's Famous
Minstrels tbis season when tbey play
at tbe Opera House on Tuesday, Sept.
1st. Tbere is a double edition of
comedians, led by the old time favorites
Clarence Powell and Pete Woods.
The first part is a dream of splendor
styled "The Meeting of  the Alumni."
The Nightingale Quartette iB also
a big feature. This quartette iB considered the best on tbe minstrel stage.
Prominent in the olio are several very
expensive acts; such as Craig, tbe human enigma. Moore, the mystifying,
The silver shod dancing sextette, in
the very poetry of motion, J. W.
Cooper and his wooden headed family.
Clarence Powell, tbe man who talks
about his folks, snd the big musical
burletta. "When tbe Troop Struck
Town,'' introducing the entire strength
of the company.
New flies
Drug Store.
for   fishermen   at   Bews'
3,000 MILE WALK
Charles King Must Walk from
Montreal to Vancouver
Clad in Khaki, browned with the
sun and ex osure, CbarleB King, aged
25, who is walking across tbe Canadian continent from Montreal to
Vancouver for a wager, reached Revelstoke yesterday afternoon. Mr.
King informed the Mail-Herald that
he left Montreal at noon, on April 27,
having made a wage for $1,000 that be
would walk scr .ss the continent in
160 days, aud tbat be would leave
without a cent in his pocket, but earn
on the rosd the sum of .150 before he
reached Vancouver, He was not to
beg, borrow or steal any money nor
take any train. Mr. King stated
that so far he has come through all
right and fully expects to complete
the 3,000 walk before Sept. 25th and
win his wager. Tbe operators at every
station he reaches have signed bis
book and time ol arrival. Mr. King
has a permit from the C.P.R. to walk
on their C.P.K. track and is under the
protection of the Northwest Mounted
Police. His daily average ao lur is
34 miles a day at 4 miles an hour. He
has worked for 37 days at his trede as
a mechanic thereby earning a large
portion of the $150 demanded by the
terms of the wager. His longest days'
walk was 57 miles. During the 3,000
mile tramp Mr. King has wore out
three pairs of hoots aud his had the
pair which he was weiring when he
arrived here, soled 5 times and heeled
10 times. Mr, King Stated tnat he
bad many exciting and adventurous
experiences eu route aod said tbat in
many cases he was refused the purchase of a meal at the section huu.es
along the line; lie left this morning
lor Vancouver.
You Will Wait
in
If you writ wjth the expectation or hope of finding better grades of Teas
and Coffees than wt are
now offering to our customers.
Both are chosen on account of their select quality and both give
the greatest satisfaction tr those who are used to the best.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Daily
Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Apples, Plums, Pears, Peaches,
Green Corn, Tomatoes, Celery. Cauliflower, Cabbage, Cucumbers, etc.
Hardware, Stoves, Paints, Etc.
We have a line of Fishing Tackle, Guns, Ammunition aud
Camping equipment—tbe best Stoves anp Ranges on the
market. Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes and
dry colors. '    •
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES        HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER _
Incorporated b> Special Act of Parliament of
tbe Dominion of Canada
Head Office, - Vancouver, B, C.
CAPITAL: $2,000,000   In 20,000 Shares of if 100 each with $10 Premium
The Bank of Vancouver ia being lorguised to meet io pert tbe increased baokiuflB
accommodation required by the natural and steady expansion of business coincident -WtEB
tbe (treat development o tbe country and especially of British Columbia, and whilei-^
organising to conduct a general banking business, wiil give special consideration to th«_H
industries and commerce of the Province, and is being established primarily for  this
Surpese, and through its connections in Qreat Britain, Eastern Canada and the United
tates, it will be able to greatly facilitate the investment of outside capital In the various
enterprises of the Province,
It is the intention to open branch offices at various points from lime to time es opportunity arises.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
have been appointed Fiscal Agents for tha Bank at Be?el..toke.   Application forms and
terms of Stock Subscription may be obtained from them.
A. L. DgWAH, a«or«__ry.
TK^fitwetton
the shoulder
and around
^'l^lA' me neck
/
EDISON PARLOR THEATRE
New Winter  Amusement Hall
for Revelstoke.
The Kdison Parlor Theatre will open
August 31st., on MoKenzie Avenue,
and tbo building which is being fitted
up will bo in every respect the neatest
and tidiest theatre in the Interior.
Ample accommodation will be provided and the seats will be arranged
so as to give au uninterrupted view of
the screen. Two galleries are being
built and everything will be done to
ensure the safety and comfort of the
publio. There will be five exits on
the ground floor and two in the galleries, which will be conspicuously
marked ho us to give the best and
quickest means of exit from the
building in cate of lire. This is s
feature which should make such a
public entertainment hali popular.
The latest and most up-to-date films
bave been secured and changes will
be made three times weekly. The
management solicit the patronage ol
Revelstoke citizens and - will ensuie
them good and attractive entertainments tbrougbout the season. Tbe
theatre will be a favorite resort during
tbe winter months. The price ol
admission wifl be as follows:—Adults
20c. Children, lOo. Gallery, Adults
26c. Gallery, Children, lSo.^ Local
men are behind tbe enterprise, which
should secure good publio pstronage.
Did you ever have a Suit or Overcoat to ride
your neck ? Our clothes are especially tailored for
us by the best makers and fit as well as Cloth and
Style is looked after in Our Store.
Bring your wife with you. She knows more
about clothes than you do anyway.
We like to have good judges look at our clothes
and know our reasonable prices. ,
We also have a full line of FOOT-RITE,
WALKOVER, BARRY, and AMES-HOLDEN
SHOES.
McKinnon C& Sutherland
y.^t^,^,i-^fmumm^imtm ^■■■■^s--)^fcwd»Jsj^p_p»_^ss-«Mi,
j
MONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Cent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSC RANCH .    NOI ARIES PUBLIC LOANS TlIK MAIL HEKALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Z\k rife .i.Ulb; calo*
HUBU3HKI!   WEDNKSPAY AN      SAT'JH-
DA.   AT
'KEVELSTOKE. B.C.
MURPHY & FISH:
Barristers, Solicitor:-
0 T T A W A
En
Parliamen'iM,    Departmental
and  Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mubphy. 1'm.oi.h Fisher
KLI.I   UT
urge that u real definite, practical
and complete reporl be obtained as
in the possibilities nf drawing tho
wnier of 8-mile tn the city system.
\\'e are practically sure that tIns
will be limn1, uml us far us reports
go the work uould be undertaken
uui carried out at moderate cost
villi comparative ease. This would
insure a completely adequate and
permanent water supply and is a
scheme whioh before very long will
>e carried out.
p< II.I.A
B_irUt.nl, Solli'ltora, Etc
RBVKUSTOKE imi I.AKK  II. 0,
.-. v J. 0. BU.1U
il
ARVEY, McCARTER
ANI) PINKHAM,
BARB18TERS, BOLIdTOBB, BTC
imoasi  iMPXRUt,   Hank  Blook,   iikvki.-
stokk, H. 0,
llnnisy to loan.
Offices; Kevolstoko, B ('
Iko. 8. MoOartbb,
\. m   1'inkii.i.m, j. a. ilauvkv.
R_v_lstoke,~B  i.      I'ruubruuk. H.(
il.liniiik, B  I'.
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J. SI. Scott l.L
00TT   ,._   BRIGQS
W, I. BrlRRS.
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Monky to Loan
■5.1lic1t0u8 foh molbons bank
PHrsI Suvet. Hevelstoke, B.C.
ROBERT SMITH
tt
Provincial Land Burveyor,
Mining Sin veyi'i'
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, Revelstoke
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ARCHITECTS
M. A W. A.  W1111 >I • IN< iT( iN
si'R.-TiH'iiNA. Alt a  iV
Revelstoke,   ■   lit',
Uombers Allmrta Assoclatlou ol Arohltoots.
H. M. WmniiiMiT
3trathcoua,|Alta.
W. A. WiniililMil.
Revelstuko, Hi.
Men should
look (or this
Tag on
Chewing
Tobacco. It
guarantees thehigh quaEty of
Black Watch
The Big Black Ping.
.Ihe flfcaiUlbevalb
There is-' so much had in tlio bsst of US,
Aod bq ranch good in the worst nf us,
That it hardly behooves any of us.
To talk about the rest of us.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1»08
Give Strikers Pecuniary Aid.
Toronto, Aug. 20,—The teat nre ol
tl r   strike   situation today is Ihe an-
n un .-ement of u special nssraniiei t
ou i he members ol the several brother
hoods i i railway woik.'rs on the 0. P
li, who mil   n it   ull'i.'Otcd   by   strike.
This is n voluntary contribution and
will not $48,000, EmplnyocB of tbo
tl. T. II. unit C, N, li. hnve notified
the Btrikers thoy will contribute one
dollar per man, whioh will bring tlie
amount lo clu.-e on to $140,000 toi the
present mouth,
THE TRAFFIC BRIDGE
It is gratifying to know that the
government has recognised Revel-
Btoke's  claim   for a   trallic  bridge
cross the Columbia river at this
point and that it will be an accom
plislu'il fact within the year,   Rev-
stoko has. had it hard and almost
bitter time in the light for this
bridge and felt confident, that, in
the long run the claims which were
put forward with nil justness and
genuineness, for this public utility,
would be considered fair by the
government, We in Revolstoke
feel that n bridge is needed for tlio
further development and expansion
of the city ami the benefit that will
accrue both to the city and district
at largo cannot, be overestimated.
It was only natural that, the gov*
eminent, after considering the matter in all its lights should come to
ibe conclusion that communication
by trallie bridge over the river was
necessary and we can only sny that
ihu decision of the government is
endorsed by every resilient in the
district. The government can
readily tell where public works nre
necessary, and thnt there is necessity for h bridge here cannot be
denied. They are long sightt1
enough to see that the district will
develop, and that development will
mean increased revenue to the
treasury.
I.   O.   F.
Court Mount Begbtu, Ni. o401, meet* 2ml and
Iih Mondays in Oddfollows Hull, next to Oirarii
House Visiting brothron cordially liivitod to
Attend.
J.W. Uari.and, (!.B.
H. W. Kmv.wilis, US.
c. w. o.
Mountain  Vitiw Camp. No. 120
Mtsiiu- Second and Fourth Wednesdays in
each iiiuiil.li, in  Selkirk Hull.   Visit,in   Wood
nii'ii I'oi'illiilly invltisd lout loud.
w. l). AUM8TBONO. Con. Com,
J. Mi'INTYKK, Olerk,
REVELSTOKE A BRIE No. 4.'!2
F. O. E.
The regular nmotings am held in the Selkirk
Hull 1st an.i Hnl Tuesday of each month. 8 p m.
Visiting brothreu are cordially invited.
J,  ti-SSLIH. Prumiiirnt.
w. k. McLauchlin,HKditKTABv.
Kootonay Lodge, No. IB, A. F. & A. M.
Thu roRUlat moot-
tDffS urn hold in thu
MS SONIC TKMPLK
Otlilfelli-W* Hull, on
lho third Monday in
oach month nt H
p ni Visiting brothron cordially welcome
Banff Hard Coal
.1
Wc are now receiving a 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 in your Range or
Open Grate.
IS. A, rl.lirli'N'IKIt, SKOIISTAKV.
SELKIRK LODGE No. IS. I. W. O. F,
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Moots ovory Thiirsda-,
Selkirk
KNIGHT, KG.
CITY WATER SUPRLY
The   ri-ci-nt    long   spell   of  dry
weather which   Kevelstoke   has experienced   ims   been instrumental
in opening  the eyes of   the   Revelstoke people to the serious question
of   a   continuous and ample water
supply  under   all   conditions that
may arise and under the  most trying circumstances.      It is our duty
here to vehemently deny any rumor
or idle tale   that our water supply
is in bad shape, and to that we give
the   He   direct.      Throughout  the
long spell  ot   drought   il  stands to
r-asoii that without the   source   "f
supply being replenished the water
must of ni.-ces.-ity decrease.    Hut in
our case in Revelstoke thi.- did not
happen, and   the momentary -care
and   alarm   that    thi-  Bupply was
failing was  caused   entirely by the
|>eopi'-   themselves   and   by   their
thoughtless   and   careless  waste of
w iter   at a time   when the supply
should hnve lieen given a chance to
increase and not Ik-  drained off  ns
quick as tbe tank tilled up.      Even
with the present system there need
never he any danger of  tbe supply
failing, but the public must in -uch
weather   ar   has   lieen recently experienced   here, use   a   little common sense and forethought,remembering   that   if   tin".- all u-is their
garden hose at  the Batne time the
•supply   cannot   keep   up   with it.
We say  this   chiefly on account of
tire   protection reasons, it lieing nil
important that  onr city pressure
be   maintained   for   that  purpose.
Since the  inauguration of   the city
water system, there has been practically no addition or improvement
in just proportion to the growth of
the town, and   the  late trouble regarding  water  for lawns, etc., and
the   need   of   warning   the publio
against wasting the water has only
now really cast a new phase of the
situation before the people, and tin-
necessity of  securing other sources
to increase the supply.     The question of  tapping   8-mile   creek hits
been   frequently    discussed,   with
more   or   less   earnestness, but we
evening
Hall    at   8    o'clooi -
ViHltinn hrcthron cur
illally  invited  to  a'-
tend
 J.jUATHlK. SKC
Cold Range Lodge, K. of  P.,
No. _n, Revelstoke, B. C.
Klil'S KVERY  WKDNKBDAV.
ex-iont Third Wednesday ol
i-iiciiiiissntli, in tin    Oddfellows'
Hall    at    S   iiVlin-k.     Visiitiiiis
Ku'iiiits an' I'ssnUally   uvllcil.
H. CUNNINGHAM MORRIS, ('., C.
G. 11. num li. K. or K. &_S)
J. B. St'OTT, M. of K.
E.W.B. PAGET
C. P. R. TRACK GARDENS
W. Williamson of Bear Creek
Has Magnificent Flowers.
due nt the features of the 0. I', rt.
advertising system iB that of supplying llower seeds to nil tlie section and
maintenance of way men nluiig the
road, for garden purposes. The men
are encouraged to cultivate their plots
ot land, plant gardens unit make the
sections look in bright anil nl tractive
to passengers as possible. Along the
route there are a lurgc number nf such
gardens gorgeous with many-colored
llowers, ni'at anil well kept grass plots
anil the results are very gratifying to
the C.P.R. One of tbe finest examples
of thia advertising scheme to be seen
on the Paoific division is situated at
Bear Creek, not fur fr.'iu Kevelstoke,
and is the work uf William Williamson
C. P. R. watchman at that point. Mr.
Williamson is perhaps one of the oldest
and best known of (lie employees on
the C.P.R, section-! and has for ninny
years bad s garden which has attracted
considerable attention by passing!
passengers Mr Williamson states!
that this year bin garden and flowers {
surpassed all previous years tor beauty'
aud claims lhat if the C. 1'. K would
give prizes Ior tbe best gardens along
their track, bis would receive the lirst.
li ia beiieved tbat this fall the C. IV
It. will distribute bulbs to tbe leetii n
men fur spring llowering.
Canadian Northwest Oil Co.
The Nelson News of the LOtb inst.
says. "W. V. McCarter, n prominent
contractor mid real estate dealer of
Victoria. 15. C , passed through the
city yesterday on his way home after
an inspection of lhe holdings ot the
Canadian Northwest Oil Company at
Butler, Alberta. Mr McCarter is very
enthusiastic over what he has wen in
the oil fields, and carries away with
him the tinu conviction tbal the com-
piny not only lias oil, bul that '
tinu- la n.,t fur distant when il will be
in shape to market the same. The
plant, he -ays, wa- a revelation I" bim
as he hail no idea that it su BO extensive, und he states that many additions
are being made  frum   time to time, in
the shape of tbi si modern machinery for boring oil wells. Natural gus
has been encountered und I here is a
considerable amount of seepage oil.
Mr. McCarter sayH that the expert oil
drillers from Pennsylvania at work
there informed him that never in their
experience had they encountered better indications of oil while drilling
than existed on the company's claims
and they were enthusiastic us to the
success of their operations.
Express
D raying
Storafe
All Kinds of Light and H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES,  PI AMOS, ETC.
Denier in Wood,   Coal and  Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
WHEN BUYING JEWELRY
reputation is a potent factor to lie considered ns it is synonymous with the
quality, merit and prices ol the goods
sold. If you deal at Hustings, Doyle A
A Hum's you will know you will he
treated fairly, no matter how you may
le lacking in technical knowledge of the
value and quality of j.iwels of any kind.
We keep only the best nnd choicest.
Where gold is used it is marked with the
carat slump, with silver it is sterling, in
gems and precious stones their quality is
fully giiiiinnleiil
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Limited
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. MCMAHON,  ■ FIRST STREET
for Agricultural Implements, Carriages, Wugous Kli-., John
Dome Plimulis. Melius Wagons, ('Hiiadu Curriugo Ciim-uuiy's
Buggies, IMi'iiet jr., Gnrdou Hooilers and t'ultivHturs, Wheelwright and Hlnctismith Work ntteuded to. Horse Wmeing n
Hiieciitlty
r*v_
_, p.
BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. '
HKAU OtfPlUK :   C_I._AKY,   Al.HKK. *.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
Polk Puckers and Dealers iu  Live Slock.    Markets ill all the prjnci
pill Cities and Towns of Albert!!, British Columbia nnd the Yukon.
Pickets of ihe Celebrated  Brand  " Imperator" Hains and Bacon,
\   nnl "Shamrock" Brand Lil Lnril,
L%*V^%^^^%^%^^%^%^%^^%^'Vey%-%^^%-%^%^%%'%'
Board by week       S5.0O
Single   meals 25 c.
McKenzie   Avenue
CLIMAX
RESTAURANT
FIItST .-I      ET
SHORT   ORDERS SERVED
Meals, 25c.
MEAL TICKETS.   -   $5.00
Certificate of Improvements
3STOTIC__i3
Skookum, IJruinluminon and Buck-
horn Fraction .Mineral Claims, situate In Revelsluke Mining Division of
West Kootenay District,
Where located] On lhe north side of
Cougar Creek.
Take uotice ilint I, William I. Biiggs
ol Kevelstoke, B. I . -io.icilor, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B9i_S8, acting
as agent [or nnd on behalf of His Majesty King Edward VII. In the Right
of the Dominion of Canada Free Miner's Certificate No.B0_287, intend sixly
days from dale hereof lo apply to lhe
Mining Recorder for Certincnles of
Improvements for lhe purpose of obtaining Crown (li.mis of the above
claims.
And lullb  r take  notice thut action
under section H7 must  be commenced
before tbe issuance of Mich Certificates
of Improvements.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 1008.
j'v4
w. I. Brums,
Mr. Ryan a Spokane capitalist, was
a passenger last evening Irum the dig
Bend on the s s. Revelstoke. Mr.
Ryan has been inspecting mineral
proporti s   in    that   region snd states
that although he has no definite Information to give yit the mining in
the Hig Bend is very promising for
early development.
The members •>! BI nmpany, li.M.H.
are her. h. notified to attend foroom.
pi,ny .li.ii ei Thursday al " p.m
nnl il further  .nis'
By   Order,
ii. C.
LAND NOTICE
i;.-. p|«toke Und In'
Diatricl "l Wesi Knoten u
Take notloe thai John Mli hnel Dojrle
of Itevelsink'.. B.C., Manager, intends.
tn apply forpermls-sion to pun h i i   b
following described land:
i lommenclng .it > i>"-t planted on
i he '• i fei Iy bank i f the Columbia
River al tbe north-west oorner of Isit
12771, Group 1, Kootenay.and marked
"John M. Doyle's muth weal cornet
post," ihence bs il 10 baini; the ice
in.11 b lu chainst them s we I MI nh io-
moro or less to the easterly hank of
the Columbia river* thence southerly
along the bunk of said river lo chuins
more or less to ' he point of commencement, containing I'lO acres iiiou- or
less.
JOHN Mil IIAKI. llflYI,.:.
Hy his agent, Oeo, s. Mc( srtor
Dated JuneWtb, lists. |27 SOd
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to
apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of
I.uiuln and Works for permtsslon to
purebnse the following described
iandsi
Beginning at a post planted at ths
south-east oorner of I,ni Nfn, 8600 pur
ehiiMed    by   JullUS     llougal,    running
west '£) chains, tbenee south 2)i ohalnsj
thenoe east 2II chains;   thenee north 20
ohiiiim to point of commencement.
Dated June 24th, n»«,
Howard Woli, Applicant,
jly I Di Dewar, Agent,
Certificate of Impiovcments.
HSTOTICE
Vivian Luck No. 1. Vivian I.m k No. 2,
Vivian Luck No. 'A, Vivian Link
No. I. Vivian Luck No. S, Viviull
Luck Nn, Band Silver Ciiiivn inin-
l.ion . situated in i|-c Lardeau
Mining Iiiii-inu'.f West K'uleii")-
District.
Whin- located: Al Ileiul of Kuld
Creek, h tributary of llnyd Creek.
TAKK NOTICE thai I, O, li. N.
Wilkie. acting us agent for Hector
I'oiiiei', F.M.C. IS7I8I*. nnd George
Johnson, F.M.C, B06061, Intend, sixty
days froin date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
tainlng ttlmwji Grant  of the above
I.UIIIV
And farther lake inline that action,
inder section 87, musl !«■ commenced
is-fc,,.. tbs Issuance of such Certificate
of   !l!l|i! i.Vi'lll.'III-.
Daled this U8t_ d.iv uf May,  A. I).
I0U8.
O, li. N   wi i.k ii-;. B.C.L.S,
.i iiiy'-T Trout I.ike, II. < .
LAND NOTICE
Rev.Mnke l.u.'l District.
District   i Wesi Kootenay.
Take notice thai George HcUai'fejr,
Sr., of Kevelstoke, II.C, Agent, in-
Noels',. i|ipi> for [k-i in iss.ii ,ii lo purchase iln- following described lands;
Commencing at a |so-.t planted on
tin- iies.1 bunk ol (he i oluiiibi ' Rlvei
at ilu- south-essl corner of I^u HJi'»,
ts, ,■,(. i, Kootenay, und marked
"George McCartsr, 8r , north e.ist cornel   |.s,si,    thence   west   in chains)
thence SOUth   _0 'Inon-; lln-in .■ eust. 211
chains mors or less to i|,e west Imnk
if the i ..lumint riveri thence noitbir-
ly  tlung the west bunk   of  the I o|ui ,•
bin    river    to tbe point   of   is.uillielU'li
menl containing iin ac-fss jnore or less.
OBORGH HoCARTKK, 8r .
Hv his agent, Gso, s. McCarter.
Dated June 201b, 1008, j _7 m\
NOTICE
Wkst Kodtkxay Lami Distu.ii-r
Tuke Notice l.hiil (Hillavs  ufU'l- ilute
[ArthurE. Evans, nf Ui-atnn, B.C.
tu-i iipniion, pre .pi-cioi. intend lo
apply for permission in puichuse lhe
[nllowtug described htiids situated on
Fish River, in Wesi Koo'cnuy din
Iiiii.
('oinineiiiiim.il Ilia no ri h-east corner nl A. D, Mud ivV pre ■ nipt i ai Nn.
7.805, and marked "A. K. Evans,
Norlb-ivi st Cornel' I'iimJ." ihence 8
chains in west Iin • of McKidhon's
pre-i unl ion; I lirm i ."I ehains south,
I hem eS chains .m| |o WucKays,
ihent'p north 601 Imi pi frli"iin nft'om-
ineueemeiil, containing ill apies more
oi lei ,.
Loi al id August 8nl. I8H8.
A. B. EVANS, Local or.
Certificate  of  Improvements
TSTOTIOE
Min* ii. mlnunu cluiin, niliialu mi ihu Truut I-ri.i-
Min'UK Divi.slnil of WMt Knot unity District.
Where l'mitcM:   At, thu heail ot Oont. Creek Basin
ailjoning the PolaoiQ minenl claim, LotiSS.,
(Iruii l.
Take notice that I, K- Smith, F.M.C. l_)_t0t?H.
iictitiK ;is, ;i(icitt foT.l B. Mack en r. ie, F.M.C. Ro,
lt,H__..., iut iiiil, sixty days from ike ilate hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder ior a Certificate of
Impro vi nii-uts. for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown (..ran. of the almve claim.
And  further   take   notice   that  aoLion.   nn.   r
Section J", niiint li*  cmiuiiu'iipI'O In-foif the issuance of Kiic'li (V^-titlca *" Mivementa.
Dated tliiK'^thilay of June. AD., H08.
M    27 * n    B. SMITH.
HoticT
Hevelstoke I .anil District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take not ice t hat G. Brink, of Halcyon, II. C, Cruiser, intends to apply
[or permission to purchase the following descrilied lands.
Commencing at a post planted on
the east side of Upper Arrow Lake, at
the south-east corner of lot 2451, and
marked "G. K. Brink's North-West
Ooaner Post"! thence east 20 chains;
Ibence south HO chains; tlience west
_i)  cbains  to  the  lake  shore;   thence
northerly along the lake shore 20
chains moreor less to the point  of
coiiiiiieucemenl, containing 10 acres
llinre or leas.
O.K. BRINK.
Daled August s. I ll,   IUIH.
NOTICE
RSVBLSTOKfl I.ANH DlHTItUT
DtBTRIOT OK Wkht KooTKNAY
TAKK NOTICE ibat   I,   Samuel
.I.imes ll.n low, ill Nukiisp, B. CM ut'i-ir
p.iiiiin, farmer. Intends to apply for
permission to pun-buMe tbe [oilo^ing
desi i ihed land !
Comnieuclngat a post planted at a
noii.I t.weiily -ii) chains easl nl a point
elghtv chains south of lhe southwest
OOmer of Lot No. H.l.ll; thence soulh
lOiliuins, I heme east 40 chains, thence
noi Ih |0 chili in, I In iii n wohI 10 chains,
to polnl of commencement and containing one bundled and sixtv (1(10)
III Ies mul r less,
(Sgd) hamiiki..iamkm Harlow.
Dated July ll. 1008,
NOTICE
Notloe   Is   hereby   given    I but Huh-
lings, le.,..   A  Allum,   Limited, will,
three months after date, applv to Ihi
Lieutenant Oovernor in Cnuucll [nr an
iii'der in (,'nuncil cbiingini' ihe Company's mime to "Doyle A Allum, Limited."
Dated the 90thday of June, luo*..
Haiivkv, Mi (Iaiitkh A I'inkham,
Snliciiors   for   Hustings,   Doyle A Al
him, Limited jly I ilm iv
NOTICE
Notice is hereby  given   that tho un-
dersigned will, at the expiration of one
month, apply to the Superintendent
ol I'rovinciiil Polios for a transfer to
Coronation Hotel Company, Limited,
of the hotel license now held hy me in
reaped   of   the   Coronation  Hotel at
Camborne, H. 0,
Dated this 3rd day of August; 1008.
iillK i'i llll t'OKY MkNIIINICK.
The RevelstoKe, Trout Like and
Bit Bend Telephone Co., Ud.
Rates of Subscription with an Unlimited Number of Local
Exchange Calls, from 7 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Annual   Subscription for Connection  With  an Exchange
Within a Mile Radius of the Subscriber's Premises
Business, Wall or D, sk Bet $ 48 00
 Extension Set  12 00
"           Extension Set 'I'm UMiiitter und Receiver unly 8 00
Bell, only  2 00
Residence Wall or Desk Set  »0 00
"    Exlensim Set    9 00
"           Extension Set,Transmitter snd ltcceiveronly 6 00
Bell, only  1 50
PARTY LINE RATES
Business   2 Subscribers 1    Circuit, each f 38 00
8           " 1               "               30 00
4          " 1              "              24 00
Residence 2          " 1              "              22 00
3 " 1              "              21 00
4 " 1              '■              IB OU
INSTALLATION CHARGES
Wall Set $ 5 00
Desk Set  5 50
Wall Extension Set within 50 feet of main Phone  3 00
Desk           "       "       "          "                 "             3 50
Bell            "       "       "          "                  "             2 50
1.
1(1
11.
12.
Where lhe premises of any subscriber are beyond the pie-
sciibed radius from the Keluinge, the annual subscription js
increased by $5.00 lur every additional quarter of a mile or fraction thereof. Where new work of an exceptionally expensive
character iB involved, a higher charge may be necessary. Agne-
mentsare for one year within Ihe Exchange area nnd outside from
three to (ive years aid ure terminable at the expiration of tbis
term or thereafter bj three months notice.
The charge fur use ot a Call Ollice for local calls is tive cents
for each three minutes' conversation.
Where two or more persons shiire tbe use of one line to an
Exehange ibe Company provides the service at special rates—
in 'li lines are died Party lines.
The main circuit is that portion of a party line which is
used in common by two or more subscribers.
The expression spur circuit means that portion of a party
line which is used by one subscriber only.
Where the length of the main circuit exceeds the ordinary
radius, a charge ol $2 60 in case of a two-party line and f 1.25 in
the case of a four-party line fnr each additional quarter of a mile
tor each subscriber using it. Where the spur circuit exceeds 200
yaods a charge of $2 50 for each additional 200 yards or fraction
thereof payable by lhe individual subscriber concerned.
The premiers to be connected Iy a party line must lie in the
same direction from an exchange.
Two persons or firms occupying tbe same offices and desiring
to use the same telephone will severally be admitted to the
ordinary privileges of subscribers (including a separate entry in
the directory in respect of each perBon or firm) on payment of a
subscription and a half.
.Subscribers must only use the line for their own bona fide
business, and on noaccoiiiit, directly or indirectly, allow tbe wire
to be used fnr sny purpose lhat might be construed into an
attempt tn defraud the Company of the revenue.
Accounts are Collected monthly, not in advance, but those
with questionable financial standing must pay a year's subscription in advance together witb all charges for setting up tbe
Btati n, nnd by so doing will receive a ten per cent, discount.
(Stations mil) he removed from the premises of subscribers
wbo are behind in their payments two months, ten days notice
will be given to this effect.
The Company will do everything possible to provide s continuous and rapid service, but will not be beld responsible for
disturbances of short duration which have occurred through almost unavoidable causes.
NIGHT SERVICE
Central Stations, having at least 250 subscribers, wires coming in have lull night service.
Exchanges having less than 250 Stations may bave a partial
night service as far as circumstances permit.
The service within a particular Telephone system having
only a partial night service is subject to the following charges
for (he extra service apd remuneration of operators.
For every conversation during the first hour after closing
lime or during the lint hour of opening time—5 cents, During
nigbt hours'—10 cents,
Hospital oftieiuU and servants, City Officials and tbeir
employes, may use any put lie pay station, or so far as the Company is concerned, may use sny subscribers station free of ohsrge
for purpuses only relating to their respective duties.
The time ot arrival and departure of passenger trains and
steamers will be supplied to Subscribers free.
When fire breaks out the Fire Department and Police
Station must be served lirst ol all, and tbe other stations as it is
possible.
TRUNK LIHES
Subscribers that have connection with an exchange within
a radius of ten miles and that pay the unlimited service rale and
mileage charges for up keep of line, will only he entitled to the
line for their own use, lhat is to say, the Company may make a
charge in accordance with tbeir long distance rates over such
lines for public use, but when such charges are made tbe Company will pay to the party or parties concerned 50 per ornt. of
all revenue received from toll charges over such lines.
A conversation is 3 minutes.
Any one person msy only use the wire for six minutes at a
time, tbat is lo say that if another person require tbe wire at the
end ol six minutes, it will have to be given up; should the wire
cot be asked lor then, tbe psrly using it may continue-to do so
nt tariff rate.
Urgent communications will have the preference at double
the. ordinary rate.
Any subscriber's station may be used for long distance or
local ciimmutiicatiiirs, but su* h subscriber allowing his station
to be used by the public will IsC held responsible for nil calls
that I**.ve taken place from hi* station.
No local charge will be made in respect ol a trunk line communication.
Each subscriber is beld personally responsible for taking
care that his station is not misused through offensive expressions
being made to emp'oyes or lo sunsoribers. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE. I> C
I
"Sunshine-
Where Shaking
is Respectable
_ DrV. ifAnWN -tarn, ■/» m ot**-'
UlMam, It peaerlret   tt)   otereomt the
dutt n.liam In ththlna tlm: Only turpi.,
dutt rlt't 0/ ((!•// Itm (Ss lire, trtrnt
bulk dtteendt Into ash-pit, ami untett legitimate outlet I. therein provided, duet mill
eteape through atti .door slits and Into
operator', face.
In "Sunshine" Furnace the
legitimate dust outlet Is pro-
aided. It's a great big dust-
pipe running straight from
ash-pit to dome, thenee to ohimney. When big pips damper
Is opened, all dust In ash-pit ascends to dome; then, when
direct drafts ars opened, all dust passes up ohimney.
Always the olean and quick
dust route In "Sunshine"
Furnace — via grate, to pan,
to dust-pipe, to dome, to
ohimney, to open air.
LONDON
10R0NT0
MONTREAL
I WINNIPEG
Write to us for
"Sunshine" testimonials
received from your own
townspeople.
McCIary_5;
VANCOUVER
ST. JOHN, NB
HAMILTON
CALGARY I
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
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    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branch-*.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. c. Branoh, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Tax Sale Notice
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE is hereby given that I shall sell at public auction nn Thursday
tbe 10th day of Septemb r, A. 1)„ 1908, at the City II ill, Revelstoke, B. C. at
ONE o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or improvements, or real property, aB
described, tor unpaid delinquent Municipal taxes, special rates, interests,
costs and expenses due thereon, unless in thi meantime tbe arrears of Municipal taxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
schedule hereunder, be ■o.iier paid.
Dated at Revel-' 'ke, It. C, this 13lh day of August, A. D. 1908.
1IKUCE A. LAWSON,
C llictur f-*ir the Corporation ot the City of Revelstoke,
SCHEDULE
Uellnquenl
taxes and
Statutory
coils and
Tolal
tut
Block
Ward
Interest
expenses
due
A issued Owner
to Dec. SI, '06
Allen, 0. 11.        house
on river bank
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Christie, G. P.
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Campbell, Josephine
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Pink, Henry
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VERITABLE
WONDERLAND
Victoria Park at Revelstoke the
Wonderful Natural Play-
Ground 7000 feet above the
Sea—Magnificent Scenery
Tbere mellow, golden summer days
with their bright glad sky, Iho shout
of the dancing brook, the song of the
happy hints, the sunlight that glorifies
the hills and mountains and ennuis
shimmering down through uncounted
pines, lira and tamaracs, willow and
poplar away Irom the superheated
town, forget for a little while the
worries and cuies of htisiiiess and let
your soul thrill and glow under the
wondrous touch ot divine harmony
that Tills all nature.
Revolttokc can oil', r Ihe snliiude
and grand' urnt nature in comparison
far exceeding the old and hackneyed
tourist resorts all along the line ot the
C P.R. Revelstoko has succeeded by
perseverance and energy in acquiring
what is perhaps the lluest and most
magnificent natural  park in the west.
Several years have passed since Mt.
Victoria was first exploited, and it is
only within recent date that its beauties, its wonderful possibilities as a
tourist and p'easure resort and its
superb scenery have attracted tbe attention of the citizens. Five years
ago the lirst trip up tlie mountain
was made. C R. Macdonald, J. Devine,
J. Dallas and R. Gordon being the
pioneer explorers on these several
excursions tn the summit and siuce
that lime the alluiements of the
glorious scenery at the summit and
the v/ondeiful expanse of magnificent
rolling park lands that stie'ch for
miles- aud miles till the mount..ins
rear their walls in the form of a vast
natural barrier, have created enthusiasm that has spread until the construction of a trail from the city up
the hiil side was accomplished.
The construction of a trail although
iuch work has been discussed for several years, was brought about during
the present civic ministry, who with
tbe Tourist Association have worked
hard to secure this unrivalled park for
the city. Lindmark Trail will be
known as the tourist attraction of tbe
west, and the f'.llowing description
may interest others of our citizens
besides tourijis who have not yet
essayed the ascent. And first let it be
said tbat the trail is cut, and cut well
into tbe slopes of the mountain where
the easiest grades were obtainable and
in no case is the trail so steep that undue fatigue Io horse, if the traveller
wishes to ride up, or to pedestrians, is
experienced.
Zig-zag up tbe face of Mt. Victoria,
the trail offers no dangers, it lieing
wide and flat. Who, after the enthusiasm of the first ascent through binsh
and shrub, cannof find pleasure in the
green woojjj, the gently breeze playing
soft and low, in lying amid the sylvan
scene, wli-re shadows dark and sunlight sheen alternate enme and go
between the long droopii g houghs of
the trees, or where the dense groove
receives no sunlight from above.
Into the Liy lie and breathing air,
Into the solemn wood
Solemn and silent everywhere
Nature with folded hands seemed there.
In front and Mow unfolds itself the
marvellous panorama that almost
takeB the breath away with wonder-
Mapped out in even anil, symmetrical
lines the city lies spread resting in tbe
sunahine, nestling in tbe valley,secure
and mill. KisiiiK up sheer ieyond,
tower the glistening crags and glaciers
of Begbie and MeArthur, their serried
and rugged summits, shagvy and
heavy with perpetual snow, flashing
and scintillating like gigantic gems.
In contrast to tbe sombre shadows
of tbe valley, winds the Columbia
river in a silver snake-like streak,
threading its way into tbe dim hill
round the Arrow Lakes. No finer
view of RevelBtoke can be obtained
than from thia elevation, and from
bere can be seen ibe wonderful possibilities of the city's growth along the
rich area ot flat lands that stretch
away on either side of the Colon.hia.
In tbis valley we have tbe makings of
a great city, a city that will lead tbe
interior, and surrounded by a setting
Buch as cannot be elsewhere compared
with.
Pausing for a few moments to drink
in the scene, the traveller continues
the ascent, every turn of the trail
bringing fresh wonders of nature in
varied forms. Upward and upward
through glades and leafy bowers,
round rocky crags and ever changing
lights and sbodows, tbe traveller if he
hss a soul for nature cannot but feel
enthusiastic at the scene. Should
thirst overtake him, at many points
on the trail silver brooks from their
(ull lavers pour down in white cascades, ice cold and sparkling, babbling low smid the tangled woods
down through moss grown stores, to
furnish the city witb beautiful sup
plies of water cool and limpid, water
tbat for its purity cannot be equalled.
I    Still again, tbe view, even more ex
panslve as the  elevation  is reached,
lint Id- Is i s i he t a viler stands nn
the em luei.ee a I uve Ibe.t'liy »• d cil led
Mac loiniid's H'uli' Kmm lids point
the hi-t sight ..I Ibe eily valley is
tyillgllt and now tluire ilses up a mist
from the river enveloping th-* valley
in wreaths m d «Inapt- oi grey lhat
fade away into purple hills beyond
Soon Dull us Pass is reached and a Hue
Hat where flowers of every viirieiy grow
and where the traveller can rest a
little bet re making the final "bit" fur
tho summit. Shade trees make walking or riding delightfully cool and
there is a quiet spirit in these woods
and overhead unrolls on high the sky's
splendid dome where through a sapphire sea the sun sails like a golden
galleon.
A tew moro turns and sharp ascents
and the traveller emorgos from tho
woods, upon the plateau near Grass
Lake, tho summit of Ml. Victoria tho
veritable root of tho Selkirks Before
and on ull Bides unfolds a scene never
to be forgotten, a scene superb in its
magnificence. To the north-east
stretches out the valloy of tbo lllecillewaet river with the silver streak
glistening in ils deep canyon, rushing
in its mad course to the Columbia,
and glistening in the sunlight, the
rugged sister peaks of Twin Butte rear
tlieir heavy summits to the clouds.
To the north lie the bead-waters of
8-mile creek, where the scene is split
up into glaciers, deep ravines, high
preoipieces and lofty crags and peaks
To the west the heavy timbered depths
of Jordon and Eagle Puss look dim
and mysterious, Rank upon rank of
serried warriors, their virgin snowcapped brows unsullied by human foot
stretch away in tne dim distance
while the forest-clad slopes and foot
hills undergo kaleidosc. pic changes in
light and shadow. Here can be seen
the glacier of tlie Silver Tip Falls and
away to the northwest rolls the mighty
Columbia visible for 40 miles winding
its way through forest and canyon.
Some idea of the nature cf thia vast
plateau on the mountain summit,
can be gained when it is realized that
there sre nver 3000 acres of open park
land, undulating and sweeping, cut in
some pbces by gentle grassy si ipes
and ravines,carpeted witb soft emerald
green, dotted witb clumps of bushes
and here and there stately pi.es and
firs rearing their noble heads, casting
deep shadows over the heather-clad
sweeps.
On leaving Grass Lake the traveller
passes through nature at her beBt; be
walks on a veritable carpet of flowers
of every kind and description, their
color and shade blending harmoniously
together without contrast. This conglomeration ot color would puzzle even
the most skilled artist, and surrounded
by all the glorious green of tbe grass
witb tbe more sombre hue of the
clumps of trees behind make a picture
which pen, pencil or brush finds a
difficult task to portray.
Glorious   flowerets    in   llie   sunlight
shining,
Blossoms flaunting Im tho eye of day.
Such a natural playground, situated
among unrivalled icenery, lies nt the
very door of Revelstoke and cannot
but arouse enthusiasm in the least,
romantic of in. Water there iB in
abundance all over tbe pirk. Protection Lake, discovered by O. R. Mac-
donald and J. J. Devine in August,
1902, is a picturesque mountain tarn
and fed by crystal clear springs On
going north the panorama spreads
out still more, aud the splendid view
is even more entraucing as fresh gnl
lies, glaciers and snow-capped peaks
come into view. This rich heritage to
RevelBtoke is as yet not really known
or understood, for to understand nature one must study nature and allow
her to show herself. This paradise in
tbe clouds, where the air is fresh and
cool, and the very height above human
habitation lends awe inspiring
thoughts, will booh attract thousands.
On and on witb new scenes and wonders ever rising up before one, this
wonderful region calls the explorer
down the steep slopes across to Miller's
Park and Miller's Lake, where can be
found the rarest forms of color and
prismatic effects. Suoh is this natural park wherein there is nothing
but beauty and richness, tbe valuab e
attraction to Revelstoke, the health-
giving play ground for young and old.
Our citizens have realized to some
extent the wonders snd scenic mar.
vels of Victoria Park and many have
walked and ridden up tbe Lindmark
Trail, and drank the beauties of nature to tbe full, but none can ever tire
of visiting such scenes or of camping
in the region. What could be better
than after the exploration of tbo day
to spend tho night amid the scented
flowers and grass, where mosquitoes
are unknown, and sleep tbe sleep of
restful tiredness under tbe stars 7000
feet above tbe sea, and over five miles
away from the hot and dusty city, to
awake next morning when the heaven's wide arch was glorious with tbo
sun's returning march. The clouds
beneath bathed in light as tbey cling
midway round tbe wooded slopes and
in their fading glory shine like boats
in battle overthrown, as many a pina-
ole witb shifting glance through the
grey   mii-i   thrusts   up Its rosy peak.
The ioil ol ui ml   Is lifted and below
glows the rich vil'ey and rivers. Such
a sunrise, ns Co ui wi'.g orb slowly
rises, gilding Hi" c.ltl snow peaks and
shedding a rich lire on crng and sum
mil, can be seen Oil Mt. Victoria.
Again as t. e s'li sinks the traveller
oan sit round his camp gre watching
the red i|i,ir]<H nnd ribbons of llsii'e
slinotin; upward, Night, haa come
and the lustre shed by the rising
iiiiiiiii as she unveils her brow in the
red sky, rests on tho faints blue hills
and in her sad mellowing light the
valley sloops. The silver light is
spreading. Far above encompassed
with their thin cold atmosphere the
mountains uplift their snowy heads
glowing with ooldor beauty, Tho spirit
of these solitudes, tho soul that dwells
within these steep and lofty places
speaks a mysterious language of its
Qivti.
"lt thou art worn and hard beset
With sorrows that thou would'st forgot,
If   thou   would'st  read a  lesson that
will kcop
Thy heart from   fainting and thy soul
from Bleep,
Co   to   these   woods   and everlasting
hills."
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for .niln in Inn.i) or small qu_U_t.t.M
at tho lowest prices for conl..
bnilrfintf aud plas
undertaken)
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the Farm, Garden,  Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable Varieties at reasonable prices
No Borers. No Scale. No fumigation
to damage stock. No windy agents to
annoy you. Uuy direct and get trees
and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, pray Pumps
Sprayini.'. Material, Cut owors, etc.
Olde i oi.ar shed an. ry on the
mainliin I of H.C.   C.ita     ue free.
M   J.   HENRY'S,NU SERIES
Crt n houses and Seed Houses
VANCOUVER,       -     -      -     B. C.
S.S. REVELSTOKE
The Steamer leaves Five Mile
Landing (during stage of high
water) at (i u.m on Tuesday and
Friday, for Downie Creek and way
points, returning same dn_iy.
Freight must be ready for delivery to teams of Revelstoke
Cartage Co., Ltd,, on Mondays and
Thursdays at 1 p.m., and must be
prepaid.
The Cartage Coin pain's Stage
leaves for the Boat La '.li ig at 5:30
p.m on Monday and Thursday and
connects with the steamer on arrival
baok in the evening, and makes
special trips, when required, on
Tuesday and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Com for table berths and good
meaU on Steamer. Telephone connection between steamer and local
exchange—No. B139. Dates of
Bailings may be changed without
notice.
F. SWANSON,
PURSER.
Liverpool
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
Jet1 SAILINGS
Fri, Sept I Kmp. Britain
Sat.    " 12 Lako Erie
Fri.   " 18 Emp. Ireland Fri. Sept. _
Sat.  "  28 Lk. Manitoba Wed. "   0
Fri. Oct. 2 Emp. Britain Fri.    " 18
Sat. "  lOLk.ChamplainWed." 28
Summer Season from Montreal
and Quebec
EMPRESSES—
1st. Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$90 00   $48 75 $28 75
LAKE MANITOBA—
1    1st, Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$80 00       $42 50       $27 50
Othes Lakh Boats—
and, Class 3rd. Class
$45 00       $27 50
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points  in connection with steamship tickets.
Passengers booked   to  Norway,
Swollen, Antwerp,   Hamburg  and
all other confine till ports.
For further Information apply to
T. W.Bradshaw,    E. J. Coyle,
Agent, A.O.P.A.
A New Carpet
fiom   nor   el" ii nd  h 11 ils uoo
stuck ol Axminrter, Wilio 1 - iii'.,
will give ynu bul li pleasure if d
Satisfaction when you see lhu ncli
and beau iful • IV els nf the n dors
and patterns ami lie durability
of Iho fabrics Our Carpets are
made by the best miinufantiires,
and aro made to wear well, M well
ns to look well.
Jt HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITKD.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE'  _B. O.
Central Hotel
_________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built.       First-class in every respect.    All modern conveniences
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.50 per Day. Spec   I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  management
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably lurnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
-X.    ALBEET      STOHSTIE! IROIP.
Queens ftotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
x%
tevelstokc.
Vancouver.
FIRST ANNUAL
FALL *_f
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FAIR
Of Agricultural Society
Revelstoke
Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday,
Sept. 7* 8 and 9
$3,500 Prizes
Athletic Sports
Horse Racing1
District Exhibits
For full particulars, and for Prize Lists of
Exhibits, and Programmes of Athletic Sports
and Horse Racing see small bills or write to :
C. F. LINDMARK, Pres. C. R. MACDONALD, Secy.
F. B. WELLS, Treasurer.
For Sale
One and one-half acres cleared land
fifteen minutes walk from tbe school
house, suitable for strawberry growing
or market garden; six-roomed bouse,
cow house, chicken home and wood
shed; city water laid on; electric light
up to propel ty; price $1,000 cash. Apply P. O. Box 713, Ecvelitoke, B. C.
nnillT nanaV,   DOOTOR  or
lillM      I d-wp-lr.     " Dont do  •
Miln      I «►""»" "H roil m_ cla-rl-/
U U ll      I what"beet by aid ol
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
on health, dlsioaw, love, murlan u<< porentat-
Tell» whit you'd auk » doctor, tat don't like lo
SKI pnh-k, llluatnlod. K oenU; bat to Introduce
It we «cnd one only to any admit for pontage,
10 oont*.
M   HILL, PUB. OO.
12* Bast M.h.Mr-Mrt-
mw VORK THEMAIL-HEIIALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
OUR FEW FALL GOODS
Blankets
D'rect from one of the  best   Eastern
Mills you will find our   prices  are the
lowest.
Men's Wear
Men's Underclothing   Selling special
all wool garments at $4.0.1 each.
SWEATERS    Men's imported direct
from Germany,
OVERCOATS—Men's     Fall    Overcoats in hlack, with Satin   lapel,  selling at $11.    Regular Price $18.
Flannelettes
lu great variety of patterns and prices
from 8c, per yard up.
Men's Rain Coats
Made from a good cloth.      Reg. $14.
Now   $7.00.      These    are   new   and
special value.
Wrapperette
All new, tli is Season's Goods. Latest
styles.
Underwear
In   Ladies', and Children's,—a large
assortment to choose from,  We make a
specialty of natural wool garments.
Misses' Raincoats
A nice appearing Rain Coat for Misses'
Si/.e, from 7 years up,  just   the   thing
for  School   Coats.    Selling   ;lt   $3.50
REID  & YOUNG
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♦p Kl.nver Oreaill. .IubI what
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Weather Forecast
Sut nnl iy. Aii|_uri 211— Light in mod
prop winds cloudy, decisional show-
1 rs; temperature, max. *»I - , inin. 'Hic
Local and General.
Selling out at cost—new anil seounil
lmmi Furniture. .1. 0. Hull, First
Street.
The prize list of tlie Salmon Arm
fall fair, Sent 2*2 211 is t" hand anil
shown a very lull line ol exhibits,
Tlies. s. Revels oke left tlieci'y
landing yesterday morning fur Downie
Creek, Ilig Bend, returning I'M night
a Bpcelal meeting of the Ladies
limiil of St. I'eter's will be held in llie
Rector) 'Hi .Monday, Aug. SI, at A p in.
Dr. M.isman from England and Mre.
Mosnian have located at Nakusp, and
is die first resident doctor In that
district
Dhis .itternoou and evening is the
last opportunity to see the line ol
manufacturers samples at Real i.
Young's.
Messrs, Abrahamson Bros, have arranged to erect a large addition to
to their premises at the Central lintel
and will commence work at once.
The Appy Onie have chartered the
-. 8, Kevelstoke nil Thursday, Sepl. 3,
for a river excursion and picnic np to
Downie Creek, weather permitting.
Miss M. E, Creigbton, wbn lias lieen
(•pending her holidays at Port Simp-
.on, will resume her music clasaeii on
Monday, Sept. 1, in hev studio nver
Bews' drug store.
C. North, city electrician, underwent a very successful operation fur
appendicitis, in the hospital on Thursday, and is diiw making good progress
towards recovery.
1' dice Sergt. V. W. Terry and S.
Lefeaux were passengers yesterday on
the -. a. Kevelstoke up t" Downie
t.'rrek. They will travel up tbe Big
Bend as far hs Smith Creek.
The City Bakery did in it open aa
uual yesterday morning, and on in-
.| -ligation it was found that the proprietor, Clement Jones, was "weighed
in the balances and found wanting."
>V: at happened to Jones'
Reretatoke is very anxious to ur
range a baseball match witli Nelson
during the coming fair, but the management declares lhat the grounds
will be so occupied with other attractions that there   will   be   no  mom f' r
this form of  athletic  sport.—Nelsi n
Sent
♦♦♦♦♦»
Not :
"How Much?"*
■    but   "how   good" is llie [question
that every one should ask in buying
candy.
The  old uying  thai " a man Is
',   judged   by   the   candy   he  gives"
holds   good   today same as always.
•    Buy lhe lest—don't take the " just
as good " kind.
Nothing quite equals
' famous Bon-Boni   and  Chocolates. J"
'', They   are   in   a distinctively txdu- . ,
.. sive class lo themMlvei.
- *  Orders  receive prompt and care- J J
J ful attention.                       •«    ... J
SOLD AT BEWS' DRUG STORE
1 NKXT Hf.MI-: BLOCK,
A WINNER
Hull's wli.it   the   people   any   of
oui' Al bread, It's unsurpassed
I'm-ii» nutritious tpialilles. Its
exquisite flavor, ils purity nud
H'hilenes-, Willie its BlipOl'lol'
uiiiini in quality iniike it n food
thai is ulivayB thoroughly reliable,
IVE CARBY EVERYTHING
in i he grocery line, uml it is .ill
nl I he very hest quality, supplied
hy the standard mnuufnclmors
.imi importers, Ton, coffee, cocon
sugar, nutter, lice, Inrd, cheese
and all tho stnhdnrd brands of
canned meats, Rsh, fruit, pro-
serves and other table delicacies.
When yon buy here ynu may he
■nre you ave gelling tlio full
value ol your money in every
wnv.
HOBSOft
Karii is King
The right  Piano at the right price.
Call and see us beforo you buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate, Insuranoe and Financial Agents.     Money to Loan.
_d
We beg to acknowledge receipt ol
the Canada V'Hi Book ior 1907,
wbicli has just been issued by the
King's printer at Ottawa
Keid i_ Voting have a splendid
.-bowing    of   the   latest   model sample
mts and costumes Saturday is the
last day to Bee these.    Don'l miss il
A special prise medal for the best
pen of thoroughbred utility chickens.
any breed, has been offered by K. .1
Wharton ol Wigwam,at the Fall Fair,
Sept. 7, s. '.'.
Wing Chung has been presented
with a special prise lor his fmit exhibits at the recent  Dominion Y*i< it
Calgary, by   the   KniitA- Produce Ex
change ol B. C.
KOK SALE—Two tine houses on
Second Street west, also one desirable
building lot on Second Street east.
All on easy terms. Apply to owner,
Wm. Williamson. Bear Creek, B  C
The prize list and entry forma for
ths Fall Fair On Sept " 8, ' i"
ready and copies may be obtained
from any of the Fur Committee I hi
lists include large classes and il tilled
will make a iii.it class exhibit
Divine services will be beld as usual
in St. Peter's ohurch tomorrow, morn
mg and evening.     The interior of  'he
sacred edifice   has   lieen considerably
improved by the painting and look-
neat and attractive
The narrow escape ul a lamilv uf
tive ut, ' I in 1 (ih from death by ptomaine
poisoning irom eating a I.n of sardines again shows the danger ol oon-
suiniiig goods of whose age or c iiidi-
tion there is nn gusrimlee. All labels
should bear the date of packing.
The Is.siilis report that they will
• i-ily have all the money required to
move the wheat crop Tho govern
ment will now allow the bank) to
issue additional currency against the
crop, but it ia not thought it. will bo
necessary as they have an unusin-l
amount of money on hand.
The Kdisuii Parlor Theatre opens its
doors to the public un Monday night..
Aug.   HI       There   will   be three per
formances, commencing at 7*46,8:30
and   9:80   pm.     The programme in
c odes the highly interesting moving
picture films si owing scenes on nn
African farm; comic, the Diabolical
Pickpocket; and two magnificent colored pictures, the Vestal and the
Poacher's Wife.
Mr. Wilier Wa.i it expected to sing
ill Knox Church on    Sunday evening.
.1 McLeod has painted a handsome
sign for the Northern Crown liank.
Ml*. C. Turnross ban purchased tbe
McLaughlin    Buick      touring      auto
mobile from E A. Bradley, which will
he used in connection with   the   livery
business
Louis Kiinip in lain sir suataim I
-. vi rs injuries on Thursday st tbe
Bowman Lumber Co.'s mill, lieing
struck ■ n in- head by .i heavy titular
while engaged on some repair work
Ramp n lies in soil     in a criti
cal condition, bis skull lieing frari     '
Ho-i McDonald who recently sni
taineii  severe  injuries to Ins limbs by
stepping   off   a   OCX   car   in the dark,
thinking    then-    was   an.ther coupled
i, md falling down heavily on tn a
tlat car instead at Albert Canyon, is
progressing very favorably in tbe
hospital
Harry Maundrell has hi on appointed manager'if  the  Palace Meal Mai-
-.tit Hip   fm.i of   Douglas lull in the
lower town     Mr. Maumlrcii has been
I   -line lime   al   the   McKeniis Ave
-tore of Messrs  P. Burns A Co. and is
thoroughly acquainted with the bus)-
tu-is, Isemg   a   firsl   class   butcher and
shopman.
Mra    II    Cunningham   Morris has
_uut    received    III*'   sad   intelligent I
the death of her father. Mr. W I
liillam, which occurred al. New-cast le,
New South Wales, Australia lhe sli
CCased has had a prominent career In
commercial aid consular service nnd
was one nf ihe hest known timber on
ii the Australian continent.
Social and Personal
A. Mcltae has returned frum a visit,
to the east.
II. II. Alexander of Calgary is in the
city today.
W. F. Ogilvie uf Nakusp is a. visitor
to the city today.
.1. Sweeney is visiting in the city
from the Big  Bend.
II. Floyd left OU Tuesday night, for
his home in Vancouver.
Mrs. W. Williamson of Bear Creek
is visiting her daughter Mrs A. K.
Sharpe at Albert Canyon lor a week.
Mrs. Murray Hume hu- relumed
from n visit to the es1'
It. tilirdllll returned I lis I iiei nu
(nun ll trip I li l. ,i lu ll tlie Canoe 1'ivci
ciiiintiy.
M iss Cliiinil ei I .in mil Miss lirlnia-
OOlllbe   of   the 11, B. Iluinctv Co, staff
have returned Irom n visit tu the coast
nilies.
Miss Maud and Master lluidetto
Ugilvie, from Tuoonni, have bet n visiting their father, W. F. Ogilvie al.
Nakusp.
R. 0, Brook nl ihe Kootenay Fmit-
growers Association is a visitor this
week to the oily to attend a special
meeting of the executive of the Fruit
,v Produce Exchange of B.C.
Rov. T. W. Hull and Mrs. Hull, who
have been absent Irom home fnr nearly
three weeks, returned hist night. During his absence Mr. Hull spent several
days and one Sunday 111 Ilm Nicola
Valley in the Interests ol the Methodist church, ul which he has the oversight as ilistiid chairman In a large
portion nf this upper coiintiy The
second Sunday wna spent at Salmon
Ann and vicinity Mr, Hall was aur
prised at. the progress niuile in many
parts of Ihe country, especially at Salmon Arm. The slopes and font, hills
t Unit valley are being cleared, cultivated nnd planted in orchards. The
eoal mines of Nicola are ileal inrd to
become a great industry.
Coursier. nut oi al ia the kind for
conking.
Special hulk perfumes at flews'
Drug Store.
Wall paper, window -shades, curtain
poles and fix tuns ut O. It II nine A Co
Huyler's chocolates, fresh, nt Bews'
Drug Store.
If you waul a Inn or a ear of cleiin,
nut or lump eoal, free lioin clinker,
order from II. N, Coursier.
Churches.
Catholic- licv, Father Conuols
pastor. Sei vices ure held on the First
uud Till d Sundays iu everv month
nt. the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mas-; |0;!IO a.in High \ uss
and Sennoii; 2 p.m, Baptisms' 2:111)
p.m Sundny School; 7:80p.m. Rosary,
Inst ruction and Benedict inn.
St An'iiiikw's I'UKBHYTEKUN—Rev.
W.C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, Aug. 80
Services 11 a.m, 7:8(1 pm, Sunday-
School and Pastor's Bible Class, 2.80
p. in. Prayer meeting on Wednesday 8 p.m. Choir practice and teach,
era' meeting, Friday 8 p in.
Methodist—Rev T.W. Hall,pastor.
Services on Sunday as follows :—
Morning sonic ■ at 11 o'clock. Sunday School and Bible Class nt 2:80 p.
111. Evening service al 7;1I0 p.m.
Morning subject, The Visional Rivor.
Evening subject, "Revelations nf (Iiul
in Tunc, Nalnre, ({race ami Ul ry."
Wednesday evening service, H o'cl ick
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
Knox 1'hkriivti.kian—.1. It. Robert
son, ll.D., minister. Sunday services
at il a m. nnd 7.SO p. in. Sunday
School ai d Pastor's Bible Class at 2-80
p.m. Mmi.Ing subject., "An Outlaw
Keeping the (i.'Men Kulo " Evening
sulij-et, " The or iiorlty ol tho Human
Conscience" All welcome and slrair-
g.rs specially iuvilod.
Baptist—Rev, W. 1'. Freeman, B A.
pasts.r. Services at 11 s.tn. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday sohool a .1 Bible class at
2.:t(l p. m B. V. P. U. Monday st 8
pin. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8
p ni. All are iuvilod I" these services
Morning subject, ''The Name Written " Evening. "Our Debts lo the
Dead."
Si Pi i Kit's (Anglican)—Kev C.A.
Procunier, ftl.X . Hector. Services no
Sunday ns follows: 8 a.m. Holy Communion. II a m Matins, Litany and
Sermon. 7 80 p.m. F.veiiBOng. 2 30
p m.    Sunday School.
SPORTING NOTES
The Scots (ireys and It. pi fills
played atioi her i ie game of hiisehall on
Wednesday, playing seven innings
before darkness made further pi \
oops ssihie      The score stood nt 11 I     li.
The tis will ne played off next Wednesday evening, This is the ll-ial if
•.lie i ireys win nnd the semi liniil if
' he Hope uls win.*1
Baseball practice for those uying
fora place on the Lalior Day team
will be held  to night
Tbe lacrosse match City v Y.M
C \ wns postponed on Monday on
lice uut >f rain ami will tnke place on
Monday next Aug. 81. The city have
one game lo lhe g' 'al.
A fast gnnie ..f Inerosse took plnce
la«t evening un the   Y.M.C A. grounds
between tbe Public and High .School
hoys, the former winning hy 8-3. The
Public school Isiya are a  tine team and
pi iy good laoroase
Advance in Stock
T. .1 Cumberland, whn is iu die
irlty iu the interests, nf Ciinailiiin
Nnrihwi'sl, Oil oon'pauy,, .lnis_icct*i>.', il
notice trum Ihe uHico in l'ineher
Crook that work ia being rushed wilh
all possible speed and that the B'Onnd
drilling rig will he in operation iu a
abort limn. Tlie directors have decided to raise lhu price ot stock li
$2 60 por share, which will go I utl
effect in a few days and tlioyoxpict ii
a short timo to have disp sod of the
balance nl lhe block now oil the
market.
CONCRETE SIDEWALKS
HAULING   MATERIAL
Tenders will be reoolved at tbe
City Hall up to Five o'clock  p. m.  on
Thursday, September Hid., won. for
hauling; and delivering at lhe work on
McKon/.le Avenue and   First   Street,
the following approximate quantities
of material
7(H) Iliads of Rook.
'Ml loads of Hand and Gravel,
60 loads of Cinders,
III loads of Lumber.
AIho for hauling away material to
be excavated from underneath present
.sidewalks on above named streets,
Further   particulars   oan be oii-
nined from the City Engineer.
BRUCE  A.  LAWSON,
City Olerk.
For Sale
|)ry cdiir    OOfd    woo«l — Et-dVfUtok-B
(iotiftral Agftl.-'ip-i   Ltd,
ST. ANN'S  CONVENT
Boarding.   School   for   Girls
KAMLOOPS.   B. O.
Children of all Denominations ad.
milled. Complete Preparatory Studies.
HijjJi.Scluiol Course'. Music: Piano,
liisliiitiienls, For terms and oilier
particulars apply lo   SiSTliR SeI'Rkiob
OPENING    SEPT.    1st.,    1908
SIXTH    ANNUAL
NELSON FRD1T FAIR
NELSON, 11. C
4 DAYS
4 DAYS
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
"FRIDAY
SATURDAY
September, 23, 24, 25, 26
Larger and   Bell- i lliili Ever
Free  Entertainments  Daily
THREE HORSE RACES DAILY
FOUR DAYS
RELAY   HOUSE   RACES
Eagles' Day, - Thursday, Sept. 24th
Children's Day, •   Friday, Sept. 25th
h'oi' further information or
Prize List, write to
D. (]. McMoppis, -  Secretary
BOX 95, NIIS0 •",' B C:
WAN T Jl] D
IjlOUND—Gold Watch, owner enn
I havo same by proving properly
and paying for this notice*. Apply E.
.1. Miiey, T'liiul Street,
WANTED-A guild geneial servant
Apply In Mrs. A. Ii. MeCleno-
gh.in, Inipei ml liank residence,
DINING-ROOM (iIRL wanted immediately for the Union Hotel,
Arrowhead, Apply to W. .1. Light
bui-iie. Arrowhead.
rp'l LET Nice Furnished House on
J. Siiiml Street, $25 IM) n mon 111.
Apply In Columbia Agencies, Ltd.
ij-IOR SALE -Two good  Milk Cows.
'    For particular* apply  to  James
Ileighly.
WANTED TO LET-11 roomed
house pm Hy furnished. $26,
M loomed house $12 Apply Columbia
Agencies, Limited,
WANTED    District,  Agent fur Ao-
oient,   Sickness,    Registration
.mil Identification Policies, which have
novel feature!, Hig commission for
light parly. I'leiniums low. Apply
II. (i. Hinwn, 411 Kingston Nl.. Victoria, B O.
C>0<_H_KKM><K>^<><_KK-^^
CLEARING SALE AT COST
No Bogus Sale
Having vacated my premises opposite the I'nion Hotel to
lbs Northern Crown Bank, it necessitates me to clear away a
very large arid complete stock including some filK) pair ot
hand made and store tints, harners, saddlery, trunks, valiaea
and fancy leather goods at nusl.
LOGGING  BOOTS AND HARNESS A SPECIALTY.
E. A. SPRING
Boot   and   Harness   Manufacturer
Temporary Premise*, Ideal Furniture Store
Opposite tbo Windsor Hotel. - FIRST STREET
FLANNELETTE
UNDERWEAR
Now tho cool weather is hole ymi
will want warm garments for both
night anil day. We carry a full
I iiul lit all alr.es for I ulin.i and children in
.«_!
NIGHTGOWNS
SKIRTS
DRAWERS
•  .        .*■,-■ ■*■."«
FLANNELETTE
'. ;>
Our line of Staple Flannelettes ll very complete. We have lhe
Plain Coliies in White, ('renin, Grey, Pink, ami Blue, and some
splendid liiu* of English si i ipod Flo nuclei te.
The fancy pnltoins for Hloiiaes, Wrappers, Dressing Jackets, etc.
me very pretty and the material and dye of 111 8 ticat,
We nre certain to please you iu ipiality, price nnd design.
V
MCLENNAN'S
BOYS' CLOTHING
Our Fall Display of Hoys' Suits
have just arrived and we don't
know where you can find a prettier or.more attractive showing of
little fellows' garments. We en-
.deavor to sell the very best suit
we can get at the most reasonable
prices.
McRae Mercantile Company, Ltd.
IF THE CLASS LOOKS TOO BIG
belter not any a word till you have
drank tlie soda we serve you. Then
you'll only wish it had been bigger
and that you could bold more. For
if tbere is a perfectly satisfying,, ile.
liciiuis drink on the earth it ia a glass
nt our famous sinla. Stop and have
ad least jine. • It your capacity were
iipnil In ymir desire you would want
a dozen.
'_ Candy Palace
Northern Crown Bank
HKAI) OFFICE—WINNIPEG
Capital (authorized)      $6,000,000
"       paid tiff* 2,2oo,ooo
Rest, at C undivided profits       225,ooo
President-Sir I). II. MeMilliilv. K.CM.d.   V|ci! President .-Edward Gin-
ney and Capt. Win. Robinson.    Gen. Man.-J. W. deO. O'Oriuly.
Special attention paid to Savings Bank Deposits
Interest allowed from date of deposit nnd credited quarterly.
Open every C P. R.  Pay Night, also Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 p. m.
A Ceneral Banking Business Transaoted
The smallest   account receives  from  us  the name careful attention
as the largest one. ,
Office   Corner First St. and Con-naught Awe.
A.  F. D. LACE,   Manager  Revelstoke  Branoh
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Court of Revision
Notice is hereby given thai Ihe lirst
sitting of the Oourt of Revision, to revise (lie assesaioent ro)l for the year
1IHI8. will Im* held in the Council Oham-
Ikt, City Hall, Revelstoke, B. 0., on
Monday,  Sepl: 2Im1, 11KIH, at 7 o'clock
p.m.
Annual 10th, 11*08.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Id City Clerk.
WANTED
TENDERS are requested for the
purchase of Lots 12 and 13, Block 57,
situate on Eighth Street near McKenzie Avenue, in the City of Revelstoke. These line building lets bejpng
to tbe McDonald Estate, and will be
sold at a sacrifice to close up the
estate. The highest or sny tender
not necessarily accepted. Forward
tenders on or before 1st of October,
1908, to the undersigned.
BURNS A WALKEM,
Barristers, Vancouver,
ltw, 4ws.
IF
^V
YOUR EYES TIRE
OR      .'.   .-^
Your Head Aches
Consult
OUR  OPTICIAN
Eyes Tested
Glasses Fitted
J. GUY BARBER
C. R. R. WATCH INSPECTOR  .
*- ■ "' ' Cul Si
 i ,  j , r_
FIRST CLA8S
FRESH TIMOTHY HAY
All   kinds  of  new
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
Dealers in
SILK AND CHINA
DRE88MAK1NG A SPECIALTY
Wah GJinng, - Front St.
P. 0. Box, 206. Phone 26

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