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Vol 14.—No 63
Provincial Library
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 22, 1908
$2.50 Per Year
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C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Ai rawhcr..3 ai I 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    *|   Qft
lot will be on sale while they last at per dress    I .v/U
Boys' wash suits and Girls' wash dresses
to tit children up to six years, in good wash
materials, line for  starting   the   children to    QC —
.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 priees 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. Tjiese will wear if any shoes will, $2 and
1.50
40c.
2.50
C. B. HUME _* CO., Limited
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
fi
CLEARING AT COST
r\
We are still kc-ping t ie knife
A COAL OIL STOVE CUT
gning   and   cutting    down   our
stick.     We   have loo in my Re
1 Burntr, Cist Bottom... if .90
frigerators   You want one   Here
2        .... 160
is your chance
3      "           "        "        ....  2 00
A   First   Class   Family   Size,
1      "    Gei man witb kettle     76
made to give satisfaction, 11 Food
2        1 50
Preserver and an lie Saver.
1     '•   Glass  Bottom....    1 '25
No. 1  Labrador 3 3 5-3
2      "        "          «                   1.50
li               2 25
0. 2  Labrador   10.00
A   chance   of   a   life time to
Other sines cut I    .     Don't
make a Good   Bargain,     Don't
miss this chance
miss it
Lawrence Hardware Co.. Limited
TII-SMI-HI-VS PLC   ISI-IQ ELECTRIC   WORK        ft
V
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 un deposits froin dale of deposit mid civdlted
quarterly. )■	
Revelstoke Branch, B.C.   A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
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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.
t
MUSH  A.  MA8LEN
Opposite Climax Hotel, Kirst Street.
i
CITY COUNCIL
Cement Sidewalk By-law Car-
ties -Strong Opposition
Tite regular meeli g of tbe City
Council iv is lipid I •«! night with
Mayor l.indniark and Aids Woodland,
Sawyer,    I.e'cux,   Fm to   nud Stone
p eselll .
Minutes n[ tin- I si Hireling was
iid.ii lo l a- read,
COMMUNIOATIONS
From chief id police reporting lire
alarms o.K —Filed,
From chief of police regarding the
water sprinkling regulations, stating
that his ollicers had gone round and
found sivetiil residents using water lor
gardens out of the reg hit inn hours
and these people b_d said that they
had have from the city. It was also
stated that several persons after being
warned against using water by tbe
police had turned the water 011 behind
tlieir bucks The mayor said that he
had never given any person any authority to use water out of the hours
allowed by the city.    Filed.
From tbe city electrician and supt.
of the power house, reporting on an
improved light and power service day
and nigbt all over the city. The report was refernd to the Fife, Water
and Light committee,
Fn in T. F. Sinclair recarding the
premium on bis bond if .12,000 for the
se ,'ersge contract, explaining lhe
inisuiider-t.inding. The Cmin.il re-
B.-ivtdto pay the premium.
From Lawrence Hardware Company
re pipes for city  us\—Fihd.
From tbe Columbia Agencies, l.t.1 ,
requesting 11 share in the insurance
on the new power house.—Filed.
From, lhe Globe Lumber Co, asking
fora sh.tic in tbe ci y's business —
Filed.
The danger of a lumber yard in ihe
centre of the city, t uch ns tie Globe
Co. had, in regard to lire, was then
discussed.
From Mrs. McGuire asking that
the !aoe in ttie rear of ber premises lie
cleared. Left to the public works
committee.
From the Monetary Times asking
for adverti.eiretit of debentures that
the city have for sale. The city clerk
was instructed to do this.
Complaints came in of cattle at
large on city streets. The pound-
keeper will be seen iu the matter.
Tenders were opened for tlie erection
of tbe pavilion on tbe Agricultural
Society's grounds, tint of G. Sbaw
being accepted al $550.25
The peiitio'i against tbe construe
tion of cement sidewalks round tiie
business section was rend. Tbe total
assessment of those who would benefit
then by mumnted to $83,436, the hall
of wbicli is if41,717.50. Tbe total petition amounted to $40,981, leaving a
balance ol $730.50 in favor f the work
being carried out. There was cun.id-
eraiile opposition as will be seen by
the figures, although the majority in
favor cmried it through. The city
clerk's rep. it on Hie petition wns received and adopted. The ecu noil
agreed that they would not purchase
a cement mixer, but that one be borrowed ii possible,
Tlie si if $71.25 was v.unl iniiii
tl.,11   I     I"    In '    $.100    lo    the   T urisi
Associ.ti ti I., ibe Lindmirk I'r.iil,
astle- Ui-iulMnk -1 ms-.. 1,., a,,it,
the (i. V 1 inn nt 1 tilti ig up tin-otlis'i
half. 'Ih ue 11 liiise not yet b i
paid and werew.it ing for tbeir in i.n y.
As the (iovernu cut Agent was tiiT.i)
nothing can be done yet us far as tin
Government money l> concerned
Aid     Lefeaux   made   a very urgent
appeal   to   lhe council   regarding th
new p st olliee sile, saying that at III-
Board of Trade tn lug   on Thur.-d iy
the council Innl been passed over and
slighted. He said that the Council
should hnve a voice in tbe mutter .md
tike steps to sec that the right thing
was done in tegard to I he people. Till
was -H'spe's l.it-iiuss and lite mallei
should be   led    i"   Iheir  referendum,
Tlie council felt Ib.ii under Ibe con
ditions tbey Cpllld unl take any net ion
in the matter,
An additional $60 was voted toward-
tiie cenieteiy cl'itriug and cleaning
The accounts wen- passed nnd the
meeting leiiiiitmtcd,
Wireless Stations on Hotels
Victokia, B.C., Aug. 21.—A contract has just been cluscd by Msnagei
Oalbrattb of the United Wireless Company and the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, whereby the new Kin-
press hotel here is to lie equipped with
a wireless telegraph station. Thi*-
idea of placing stations on the tops of
hotels is new in the northwest, but is
e. niing into general vogue in the east
em ststis, the new I'la/.a hotel and tin
Waldorf Astoria in New York setting
the lead Soon the United officials
expect to baveschain of hotel station-
from coast to coast.
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REVELSTOKE FAIR
Labor   Day   Celebrations.—A
Grand Parade.
Tlie Hevelstoke Fair is keeping
everybody I nay, and entbiisiism is tn
be f.niid on every side. Considerable
com petition in exhibits is expected in
all classes. Tho building lo be erected
by Ihe oily has been iticr.ascd Iy 10
feet and even Ihi- will not be urge
enough A good Iwu days h rse
racing is expected, nnd Some of the
racers aro already on tlie track winking and trailing. The Labor Day
programme has just come lo bund and
shows a large number of interesting
events. The grand parade ol trades
Hosts, etc., will take place in the
morning, followtd by a lacrosse match
Revelstoke v. Armstrong, and basebill
Revelstoke v. Kamloops. A series of
athletic events will be held in the
afternoon, a large and handsome prize
list being put up. In the evening a
tu_-of-w.tr aud fitenien. competitions
will prove an interesting draw. The
day will be concluded by a gala performance iu the opera bouse ol the
great Iri.b drumn, "Conn, theShaugh-
graun,"(wlth special scenic and electrical effects by the Revelstoke
Amateur Dramatic Club.
CROP OUTLOOK
Harvesting is General—Half of
Manitoba's Wheat Cut.
Winnii'DG, Aug. 21.—Forty grain
dealers and business men from rust
ern aid western Canada returned last
night from a five days' trip through
tbe grain-growing districts of tbe
w■•st, and the most careful inspection
that is possible iu that length of time
gives tbem ground for estimating the
wheat yield ft r the present year at
102,000,000 bushels. After the trip had
been practically completed, each of
the forty men who had covered the
ground, made an estimate of the probable yield, and the different results
which ranged between one hundred
and one hundred and twenty million
bushels were then averaged and tbe
estimate of 102,000,000 is the result.
This figure ia thought by all those
who were on the trio to be a fair estimate and one around which the actual
yield will hover. Last ye.ir's crop,
smaller because of the year's unfavorable weatherc mditions, was70 000,000
This season's estimate is nearly forty-
five per CHiff. in exeess of la-t year.
Minstrels Coming Here
Few, indeed, are the people in these
Strenuous days of money madness who
gsi to the ih'atie to le instructed.
W at, tbey «eek is amusement, »
hearty laugh; acbiiucetn forget business cans and worries.
To such people, and they arc legion,
no form of enlerlniniiiei t appeals
more strongly than minstrelsy,
Realizing Huh fact, Hie managers
of Richard & 1'iingL's Famous Min-
stre's, tbe tl chI organittaiion nf its
kind in existence, have kept in close
touch with the public pulse of America's   laughter   loving   millions,  and
offer a programme this season  replete
with novelties and surprises.
While adhering to the cardinal
principles that have made thia form of
entertainment so popular, all the old-
time work, overworked ideas have
been shelved, and those who witness
the entertainment given by this com
pany at Tapping's Opera House on
Tuesday, Sept, 1, cannot but voioe the
verdict of every city whero they have
appeared this season, and that is "the
beet ever."
CANADA'S TIMBER
Estimate of Commercially Valuable Timber Land
Toronto, Aug. 21.—Dr. Fernow,
ib an of the Faculty of Forestry at the
University of Toronto, estimates the
commercially valuable timber land
area of Oanada, actual and potential,
at 300,000,000 acres, not much more
than the fore it nr.'n of the United
Bt.ntes
H. ll. Campbell, superintendent ol
forestry for the Dominion Government
goes further
He calculates the forest area al
about 535,000,000 acres, divided as
follows:
British Columbia   182,000,000
Ontario     40,000,000
Quebec  120,000,000
New Brunswick      7,500.000
Nova Scotia      5,500,000
Manitoba,  Saskatchewan,
Alberta und unorganized 1.0,000,000
Capitalists from  the  United States
are heavy holders of our timber grants
and   are   continually   seeking investments here, realizing more than we dc
the scarcity of   good   timber on tlieir
sid" of tlie line, and taking advantage
of what British Columbia h is to offer
The word "inexhnustib e"  has been
a favorite expression, hut this country
is now arrivinr at. the  p hit where ils
people must  realize  lhat they should
caretully protect, the forests and see lo
tbeir   being   rcpui 1 ed   tbat a future
supply   of   timber   may   be  ensured
This would mean the careful management of  the-e   lands ou scientific and
businesi   principle   and   tbat is what
the forestry  department must accomplish.
PLOT TO DESTROY SHOPS
Sensational Statement by J. H.
McVety
Winnipeg, Aug. 21.—J. H. McVety
made the sensational announcement
this afternoon lhat the lawless foreign
elemeut at. work in the C.P.R. shops,
sympathizing with the men, has plotted to destroy the extensive system of
maohine shops here. Tbe plot was
discovered hy the strikers and frustrated by information given to the C P.R.
authorities.
Monthkai., Aug. 21,—An emphatic
denial lias been made Iy the Canadiun
Pacific that any ultimatum has been
issued to the elfict that unless the
strikers returned to work today they
would never be allowed tn re enter the
eni|.loy of the oompany. The company say they are glad to get the old
men back at any time and also state
that they are strictly observing lhe
Alien Labor Law. It is stated that of
eighty men engag d to.lay two are old
employees.
Yon Will Wait
in
If you w?it with the expectation or hope of rinding better grades of Teas
and Coffees than we are
now offering to our customers.
Both are chosen on account of their select quality and laith give
Hie greatest satisfaction tr those who are used to the liest.
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 and
Camping equipment—the best Stoves anp Ranges on the
market. Sherwin-Williams Paint*. Oils. Varnishes and
dry colors.
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES      HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament of
the Dominion of Canada
Head Office, • Vancouver, B. C.
CAPITAL : $2,000,000   In 20,000 Shares of $100 each with $10 Premium
The Bank of Vancouver ts bemgjorginiied to meet iu part the increased hanking
accommodation required by the natural and steady expansion of business coincident with
the great development o the country and especially of British Columbia, and while
organizing to conduct a general banking business, will givo special consideration to the
P
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industries and commerce of tbo Province, and is being established primarily for thia
purpose, and through its conneftions in Great Britain, Eastern Canada and the United
states, it will be ahle to greatly facilitate the investment of outside capital In the wiom
enterprises of the Province.
It is the intention to open branch offices at various points from time to time as opportunity arises-
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
have been appointed Fiscal Agents for the Bank at Bevelstoke.   Application forms and
terms of Stock Subscription may be obtained from them.
A. L. DEWAR, Secretary-
WELL TREAT You LIKE an OLD
FRIENIV    and TRYto MAKE
"THE SHAUGHRAUN"
Big Scenic Production of This
Great Irish Drama
ti
Probably
dertaking i v. t
by either p'nfi-
panics, i«   iImi
opera In.-u-
tcur Dr 'in
I, ilnr   Ilii
Shaiigliiiiu
o nip-fines
nc'M,   f..r   v
Hinge i-i-i I ■
biggest  il niiuili.* un-
ttempted in ibis city,
onalor amateur com-
l,o   be   staged at I be
hy   the  Revelstoke Ania-
iiiiii On the. evening of
■li pt   7, vis , "Oonn,  the
"   This great I lib drama
ix e n   scenes    in   three
icli   Speolal   scenery   end
h  have been    prepared
Cfrnjiiiii-r
*'/Tf~~C)" TTcZu /rz.
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tn
Tlio story i- lull ol interest, nt limes
thrilling, ut: .in full ul put hue, anil enlivened throughout by blight, spttrk-
llng Irish ci inedy. The caste i<n
strong i'ii    ■ i il includes Irom 'Hi tu '10
people, im i i in- Dramatic Olub nu this
OOOsslon i'i..11  80 the public something
iiit ol tb- common, Keep the date
in mind—Hunt, 7—and watch Ior
further p.i Ionian nf The Sliaugbraun
Schools Re-opening
The put.lie schools will re-open on
Monday iti-xi, August 24, It in Imped
by lhe tin in- aud teachers that as
in my I'lipii. im potttiMc will lie in
attendinott m    that  day  as  the Kail
term ii< a very uliiirt >, mil it will lie
necessary tn Iii«b no time iu lakiug up
the work if pr niiotion in expected at
CliristnuiH 11 is specially requested
tbat all pupils entering the Primary
Division be in attendance from the
beginning o( the term, as otherwise
they cannot receive proper attention.
Primers, readers, arithmetics, and
copy-books are being supplied free ol
oust by the Government, but all pupilB
who already have the primers or readers wbicli they will require in tlieir
classes this term aro requested to
bring tbem on Monday. Tbe matter
of vaccination will be dealt with as
soon as possible after the classes are
arranged,
r
If you once get inside our store and get
inside of one of our suits, we will get inside of
your pocket-hook.
But we won't take out more money than lie-
longs to us.
We remember you are healthy and will have
many suits to buy during your lifetime.
Our suits are already to slide right on. The
styles arc right up to the last tick o( the clock.
If they arc coming your way we can sell
you a suit that will make you feel like you had
Koyal blood in your veins.
McKinnon <2S_. Sutherland
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MONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Gent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSLRANCE NOIARIES PUBLIC LOANS <v
HIE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.
Sbe  fll>a_U1foc i-alb.
PUBUSHRD  WEDNK8DAY AN     SATURDAY AT
IB-VILSTOKE. B.C
MURPHY & FISH.
Barristers, Solicitor.
OTTAWA
En
Parliamen'U;,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway-
Commission.
Chas. M.kphy.
Haroi.1i Fisher
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1ILI.AN      ELLIOT
Barristers, Solicitors, Eto.
REVEUfTOKE iM' I.AKK
s J. C.
11. 0.
Kl.l.liilT
1 1 AllVKY, McOARTER
I I ANU PINKHAM,
KARRI8THBS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
v/icks :   Imperial   Hank   BLOCK,   Kkvk.i.-
MTOKK, H. l*.
\loiu'>" lo loan.
Dittoes: Kisvi-lsiokc, ll 1
lltO. S. Mcl'AKTKK.
\.  M.   I'lNKUAM.
Revelstoke, li
Craobrook, 11 C
J. A. Hakvkv.
Cranbrook, B.C.
s
J. M. Scnlt  LL
COTT   A-   BBIGGS
W. I. HriKHrt.
H
vitiiisTKHs, Solicitors, Etc.
Monky To Loan
Solicitors for Molsons Hank
"irst Street. Revelstoke, 13.t'.
I.
OBERT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Suiveyor
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box lotj, Revelstoke
ARCHITECTS
H
M. & \V.  A.   WHIDDINGTON
stkathcona, Alt a. &
Revblstokb,   -   R U,
Member*. Alberta Association of Arc hi toots.
W. A. Wdiduinoton
Revelstoke, B.C.
H. M.,WtMI)DlN(rT
Strnthcutia.lAlta-
Black
A new
sensation.
Watch pieasure
_    J        The big
Chcwll|fl     black
Tobacco     p ! u g
2270
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Furnished House in Good  Locality $2,100
Real Estate investment in the City paying  t _
per cent, clear profit     $2,500
Modern R.-si ence on Fifth Street     $3,200
Rooming House on First Street     $2,000
Residence <>n Mcl.etuie Avenue     $1,950
Forty Acres of Fruit Land, close in..     $75.00
Por Aero
Building Lots in All   Parts of the City.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons BankQBuilding.
Gbe flfcaiWlbevalb
iSS*—-I—v
IABEL>
There is so much bad iu ttie best of OS,
And so much good iu the worst of ns,
That it hardly behooves auy of us,
T.i talk about the rest of us.
SVrURDAY, AUGUST 21,  1. 08
Bl'SH FIRE DANGER
Considerable clearing in going ou
round the city and in many cases
fites have came within a narrow
margin of getting beyond control
of those who are supposed to be
looking after them. Jn spite of
the warnings given, much carelessness has been evidenced in regard to starting tires for clearing
purposes, and although Hevelstoke
has a clear break all round, yet it
is more than possible that should
a fire started for clearing purposes
get beyond control, it would spread
into the city ami sweep through it
cuu-ing a holocaust from which
Kevelstoke would be long recovering. The long spell of dry weather
makes all timber and brush easily
set i lire and extreme care should
be exercised by those clearing land
when u_io£ lire. 1'nder present
conditions, it would lie advisable
to prohibit the use of tiro, rather
linin incur a great risk of couth -
-ration. It is understood that the
government will prosecute those
who by carelessness bave caused
destruction of property and endanger the safety of the neighborhood Revelstoke cannot afford a
disaster snob as Fernie, and those
clearing land in this vicinity
should In- warned.
speedily suppressed. The matter
of a post odice building site has
been long under discussion and as
yet we are no further ahead. The
west end of the city must concede
that the east end is the principal
business quarter and as such should
have a large share in the decision.
And yet the post ollice, customs,
etc., are not for the use of the
business men alone, but for the
whole city, the former being by no
means the bigger percentage. Thi
must he remembered in the selection of a site. Again, all political
graft, clique or string pulling must
be left out of the question, and the
fair, unbiassed opinion of Revelstoke citizens as a community
should be obtained. The Hoard of
Trade has suggested n site opposite
the Club on 1st street as most suitable. We believe that this will
meet with geneial approval as being a central position and convenient for all. it is for the people
to decide however, and the sooner
they do, the better. The Ottawa
government will not take any
hand in this decision, but they will
want to know what the city lias
done. In making :t choice the
citizens should think wisely and
choose what they deem will be best
for the city itself without letting
the meaner side of their nature get
the upper hand, and putting selfish
reasons before general ones.
WHAT CANADA   WANTS
'The following excerpt   front   the
Toronto   World   has   considerable
significance and wiil  read  a  truel
lesson :
" A Toronto newspaper man has
been writing in an American paper
that Canada wants a king '    What
EXTRAVAGANCE
A Good Crop and a Year  of
Economy Needed
Commenting to tiny on the excellent crop outlook hi Western Canada,
President Walker of the Canadian
Rank of Commerce, said a bumper
crop would not he Bullicient to restore
prosperity,
" What Canada needs," snid Mr.
Walker, is a .-nod crop and u year ol
economy. Tlmt would bring us hack
tu the normal. A good crop alone
would uot he tuillieieiit, and perhaps! it
is because we have not been badly
enough punished that we do not fully
realize llmt. The West ..my think
that the depression was caused by the
bad crop, but ns a matter of fewst the
bad crop wus only an incident. The
depression would have come without
it. In tbe Is'.ited States they hud
guild crops aud got more for their
cereals and Cottons than ever before,
but they had worst) trouble financially
than Canada hail The real cause of
the depression was the tendency and
practice of pcup'e living ahead of
themselves. If there is a splendid
crop and Canadians have not learned
their lesson, they will Btart cutting
the same wido swath of over-expenditure, then there wiil too t-be same
inevit.hle trouble billowing. Tli*
country needs a year of economy. The
natural result of a good crop will lie
that money will be caster. Municipali
ties will lind themselves able to sell
their bonds, Some of tbem, perhaps,
will take advantage of tbia to plunge
into imprnvi menu on the old large
scale. They will i„,i be justified, for
the country needs caution a» well ae a
good crop,
" 1 do not think that there is a
country quite the equ .' ,i Uiis great
province of British c.niumliia in the
whole wide world (or the hunting of
big game," says fhillpp Oberlanih-r, «
noted Sportsman of Austria, who in
now in B. 0.
I.   O.   F
Court Mount Besble. Nt, . n'sl. moiit- 2mt unit
Iih Mondays in <iiliir.llit.w-- Hull, unit to Oiiern
House Visiting liroUirwi oordlally invited to
attend.
J.W. Oakland, ch.
U. W. EuwAitus.H.S.
C. w. o.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meets Second and Fourth Wednesdays in
oach month, in Selkirk Hull. Visitin Woodmen cordially inyilcd tn attend.
Vi. ll. ARMSTKONO.Con.Com.
J. MoINTVItlC, Clurk.
REVELSTOKE AERIE Nu, .."2
F- O. E.
The rsgular maotlnfts are hold In the Selkirk
Hull 1st nnd tint Tuesday Of each mouth, ti |iin
Visitini. brothron are cordially invited.
.1.   hUSLlIH,  t'llKHItlKNT.
W. K. McLAUt'lIl.lN.HKi'UiiT.vnv.
Kootenay Lodge, No. IS, A. P. & A. M,
Ttie regular meet-
iiiK- are held in tlie
M" SONIC TKMPLK
Oddfellows Hull, on
the third Monday i"
our-h iniiuili at s
I. in. Visitinn brethren cordiuliy wol-
ennui.
O. A. I'ltUCUNIKIt, SKORBTARY,
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12, I. O. O. F.
'hum
Balk
o'olook
Mccta ovory Thursday
ovoning In Selkirk
Hall    at    8
tl. H. KNIGHT. v.{1.
dially Tnvltod to attend
J. MATH IK. Sic
Gold Range Lodge, K. of  P.,
No. 26, Reveletoke, B. C.
MEKTS KVERY WKUNE8I1AY,
cx"e|it Third Wedtit'itday ot
oaohmentu, t,i t'n Oddlellowa'
Hall al 8 o'clock. Visiting
Knightsare oordlally invited.
H. CUNNINGHAM MORRIS, C. C.
0. H. UKOtH, K. of  R. 4:8.
J. B. SCOTT, M, nf F.
K.'.
WHEN BUYING JEWELRY
ti imiatio-i is a potent factor to ho considered ns it is synonymous willi the
quality, Uu ril anil prices of lhe to.ids
sold. If you deal at Hustings, Doyle &
A Hum's y.iii will know yuu will he
treated fairly, no n utter how you may
be lacking in technical knowledge of the
value and quality of j.iwels of any kind
We keep only lhe beit and choicest.
Where gold is used it is marked with ttie
citai stamp, wilh silver it is sterling, in
gems anil precious stones their quality is
fully guaranteed.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Limited
A New Carpet
from onr choice and li'idsome
Block nf Axminslcr, Wiltons, elc,
will give you both pleasure and
satisfaction when ymi sou the rich
and beau iful i .Wets .•( the colors
and patterns and tin- it nihility
of the fabrics! On ca'pits are
made by the best, innnufactures,
and arc made to wear well, iih well
ns to look well.
Jt HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
D raying
Storaf e
All Kinds of Light and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES, PIA_.OS,_TCI
Dealer in Wootl,  Coal and Feed.
Phone 71. House Phone 7
Profit in Spraying
The Nebraska  Experiment Station
has just issiu-il   Bulletin Ns.. lhii en
titled, "l).se< it Pay to Bpraj Nebraska
 Apple Urciti■■:- lin* Bulletin eon
Canada wants more than anything|tait)1 ,„,„,,,  tDformevtion ol  value to
se these days is  tin- enforcemenl  Canadian frail growers
Tins spraying   pei tl it na from srhic
CLIMAX
RESTAURANT
FIRST STREET.
SHORT   ORDERS SERVED
Meals, 25c.
MEAL TICKETS,   -  $5.00
MILL   ty»OOD
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED,
Import direct from ry ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELSTOKE
_=s.  O-
Ml BUI ■  I IU
„  P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. *
HKAD OKKH'K :   CALGARY,   A l.HKRTA.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers mul Dealers in Livo Stock. Markets in all lhe piinci
Pill Cities nnd Towns nf Alberta, Uritish Coliituhi i anil tin* Yukon.
Puckers i.f the Celebrated  Brand  "Iniperiit.i*" Hams and Bacon,
Linl "Shamrock" Brand Ir .if Liui-d,
%-**%-_/*%%<%'%••_/*%.•«_«%'%■ __•%•%•%%-%'%.%%**V% V**>■%•
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
MCMAHON,   -  FIRSf STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Ourriiigos, Wiikous Ul... John
Dfiiin* Plouiihs, Moliiie Wagons, Canada ('amnso Company's
Buggies', rieiitit jr., (Jarijp*| 8. odors aud Cultivators, Wheel-
,v..'4h.uii and Btacksmltli Work HtlSltded to. |.o.sf| Sliiiisiti;, a
Specialty
The ineniliers of 1_ Company, lt.M.lt.
ire hereby notified to attend inr company drill every Thursday at 8 p.m.
until further orders.
By   Order,
O. C.
Central Hotel
___*._-REVE(_§TOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PH OFRII_. OK>
Newly built        Kirst -class in every respect.     All modem convetiiei cei
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day. Spec   I Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Tvout Lake, under same  managerii nt
REDUCE
tin' timo
PRICE
order your mill
$1.76 per load,
lieiwcen  the
Now i
wood
Five loads .tint live
ilellvered u any pmi
mill ainl Kool  uiiv Strepl,
Kiln Dried Kindling, $2 50 per loud
Order ul office nf
BOWMAN LIMBER CO. Ltd.
if tiie good  old
sanctity of  trust
doctrine   of  the
and   trusteeship,
thi ret   nl-  | .:■!-:,i-l   in   be bullctit
UNBIASSED SELECTION
The Hoard of Trade has taken up
the question of a site for the new
Dominion government building and
now that the money has been appropriated it is high time that
Kevelstoke got down to work antl
made a selection, Unfortunately
the two ends of the oily are invariably at loggerhead and although efforts have heen made to
patch up differences yet nothing
has been successful. Such a state
of affairs should not be allowed to
exist amongst us, for as the old
adage has it,"a city divided against
itself cannot stand." By this antagonism we are doing ourselves
more harm than good year by year
and those who keep fanning the
smoulder   into   flame,   Bhould   Lei
whether in regard tn funds, public! w«re obtained were conducted in tn
or private; and absolute fidelity to irclurdn rhe purpose ; the woi
lhe people and state by  men   who  «,",, •   ;'     netrate tbe proper method
i   . „..|.,s„    _„ , of   spraying apples  and   lo deti
nre   elected    to   n-presentativi-   po- '    •    ►   l!
,   ,   ,   . whether, under the cniiditiiui.-1 xii-tin.-
Bitions or  appointed   to executive '
11 j in ..enraiska.     It pays to spray.   The
otlice.
•'Tlie overshadowing crime ol the
.iav is breach oi trust antl betrayal
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suimbl) lurnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    1 .at :s $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEBT      STO__ST_ED ROP.
Queens J4ael
COMAPLIX
Best brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars.    Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
__■__ __i'B_i io*_«..h:_i -'efcmua
vVl'Sr   KOflTKNAY   PISTltK T AND SI4IIL-
K VMUKN DIVISION UK YAI.K DI8THK T.
NtiTIi K is liereliy iti v,-n tlmt tlm ln.uiiiliiries
or the Netsiin, Kovelsttsltn ami Slnctili
Limit Itecordilig llivi-inus of West KooteiiHy
llistrlrt, and till' Siniilliaiiioou I,nnd Keri>rdiui{
Ll vision of Vnlr District, have boon ntt-rssit,
mil Hint on and after Seplt'iulin ttm 1-t. I'.iiH,
llie lis.iiiidiiriosiif the snid I.nud Hei'ordiiig Divisions will boas follows:—
NB_ROM  I,AMI ltrct'lllttllMl  DIVIHION.
Cisiumeiiciug at a point on the liiteruiitii.iiiil
lloiiiidiiry where il is intersocted by the western
liotiiidury of Hii'lion _. Township IiIa, Klkiteuny
llislrict: belngalsn the wost.rn taiuiidary id the
Nelson .. Fori Hheppard Kailway Land llriint:
t lii'tirn duo north iitmiit ti', miles to southern
boundary of Dot 5,816. Uroup 1, Kootonay;
tlience due west to I ho eastern boundary of the
right-of-way of the Columbia & Western Railway, which forms tho boundary of Lot 2,698,
Group 1, Osoyoos Division of Yale District (now
Sitiiilkainoou ; thonce oastorly and northerly,
following said oastotu bouudary of said riKUt*
of-way, to the north-east corner of L' . 2,698;
thonce due west along the northern boundary
of Lot 2,698 to the divide betweru tbe waters
running iuto the Columbia K er and Arrow
Lakes front thoso llowiug to the west; thence
northerly, following tho summit of the mountains toapuiutritimuosduo north of the Interna*
tiininl Boundary, wliiish is also the north-oast
coruer of tho Similkamei'n Division of Yala
Dlstriot(thenoo due east to a puiut. due south
of tho sonth-west i-oninr of Township 69, Kootonay : thence duo north to tho nort h-oasl.-turner
of Township 65, Osoyoos Division of Yalo;
thenco north-wostorly lo the summit of the divido separating tho wators flowing into the Columbia River aud Arrow Lakes trum tho wators
(lowing to tho west; thence following tho summit of the mountnius, ill a uurthorly direptiup.
to a point due wost of the nortli-wpst for.tor 6.
Lot S.U8, tlroup 1, Koi'touiiy. which point 1 the
uorth-west coruer of the Nelson Laud j.o.'ords
ing Division; t Insure due oast to tho summit of
tho wntisr shed dividing tho waters Mowing iuto
the Arrow Lakos from the waters flowing into
Slot'au Lake, which is the north-east corner of
Nolson Land Recording Di ision; th sin n southerly ultiug tho divide botweon the waters flowiug into the Arrow Lakes and ttie waters (lowing into Slocuu Rivor and Slocan Lake tt, a
poiut near thu hoadwalors of Pass Creek;
ll linen following the height nf land to tho
mouth or Little Slocan River; thouce crossing
the Slur,in Rivor ami following tho divido separating tho wators (lowing into lho Slocan
Rivor and Kooteuay Lako from tho waters
flowing into Ki'snteuny Kivor aud West Arm of
Koiitenay Lake tu the uorth-wost coruor of Lot
1.6:18, Group 1, Kooteuay; theuce due east along
tlio north boundaries nf Lots 7,628 aud 4 961, tu
tho west shore of Knntonay Lake; thence
southorly aud oastorly tn Pilot Point; thonce
northerly to the uorth-wost, coruor or Lot 1,489,
tlrmip J, imt'luii.y, tliytii'ts easterly, following
the height of laud sefiarfttin. the-yyaters I
ing into Crawford Creek from tlie wators 1
"f thi- public and some kind of
awful retribution will come to ■,
state and io a people whence they
Hourisb.
"These are tbe .trinn-s- thai have
humiliated Un- i 'nited States in the
lu.-1 that will humilata Canada
in her turn; these tire the frillies
that produce anarchy in states,
corruption in cities, and disregard
fur the rightf of others.
"Less  kings and nmn- common
honesty will do thi- country  for
long time."
;n Nebraska 	
materials used tveri Bordeaux mixture
and Pans green in tbe tir-st three
sprayings; and arsenate nl  lead alone
in tlif last two ijimyni|(H
Tbe cost .1 spraying In one orchard
waa ais.it' _.'.i cents pei tree I .t lour
sprayings   nil   In   tbe other orebard
NOTICK is HKIiKliY (ilVK.N tii.it
tin- Municipal Council of tin" •'
np.
lion of the Cily iif Kevelstoke Intend
iu undertake the consti iti tion nf I'ON-
( KKTK siinu ai.ks on certain
imii ■ ill McKenzie Avenue and Flrsl
Street within the -nil City, viz.: (In
l.s.1 ii Ides "f .M'■ Ki■ i./ii \venue ffom
i lir -i..nt It .i.i,. ..f Victoria Road t" i In*
Noi th .I'll- of Hei ond Street, .nnl on
both    -i.lc -   ..I   I-'.i -i  St reel   from t he
»i   ... a, ...,. _«. » _.   _    a | Wesi   .i'i"  oi   in too Avenne  to tin-
almut  l'i cents   t.i-r  Im-i- fur Uvr Horny i.    .      i ,   ■■   . i
' ' "l"**> r.i-t  'Ule nf I  iiiipt.s 11   Vvetiue,   nl
inija.   Spraying  produced  i net gain lng to  peclllcatlonaand estlmatnn pre
per trei  «i t the cosl   .(   nprsying ol ptred by the Clly Ennlneer appointed
... 7 n    [ ■■ no ,     tnd ui iinaeiw tin- ex-
-.1 7(1 in une orebard, and .._..'. in tbe , , ,,,,, ,.„. , ,,,„„, the land or
other orchard     It increased tbe yield real propertj ihntting on the parts of
ol Iruit liy I 7 busheli   pel   'rs.e n one
pro-
It as
■.viil
A Warning
Mr. A. Ilryan Williams, .1    I'.,
vincial game, anil forest   warden
isaiieil the following notice wlticl
be of interest to all sportsmon:
Notice  is  hereby  given  that it. is
illegal to shoot, bunt or bave in pimsea-
slon, Willow Grouse in tin' counti h
of Vale, Cariboo and Kootenay, between tbe 81st day of August, 1908,
and the 80th day of Beptembe-,   1908
inclusive. (Irotise of all kinds in tint
counties of Vancouver  uml   W'eattnin-
Bter, between the 81st day nf August,
1(108, and the :i0tb day of September,
l!i()8, Inclusive,
A dose season has also been peolared
for Prairie Chicken throughout tint
province of Uritish Cohimbit until
tlie .Uut day of August, !!)()!», inclusive.
irclinril, antl liy 2 I bushels pi i tri S il
tho  second   orchard      The improve
ment 111 i-nality ol fruit ttas   also very
noticeable. In one orcli.nl the sprayed
trees   produced   nli.,tit    Ifi per cent  of
No. I fruit while the unsprayed trees
^iive only 1   per   '''tit  ..f   No   1 fruit.
in the other orchard about 82 per
cent.nl the crop on the sprayed trees
was Qrst-olass fruit while only aliout,
Tl per cent of the crop on unaprayiil
trees waa lirat, grade.
Another Holocaust Predicted
The following telegrams passed be
f.wi'i'n Oranbrpok anil Greenwood
Monday i
Cranbrook, I'. 0., Aug. 8,— Denr
Tom: Bsosped the holooaust, No alternative but work, Wire lllll .10 ill.
once
.1.  1'itck  MncHwain.
Greonwood, II. C, A.ug, 8,—My Doai
Peck:    You'll net the holocaust Inter,
Work.    Forget the $10.   (Collect.)
Thus. Walsh.
uch   -ti'i'is um ul-ovi.-montitint'il  unl
i.. i.i'   '   nefilten  I hereby; .nnl t hit .i
nil-lit -li,,witii;  ' be   land   ir  real
property liable to pay the aHSemn ii
i lu-i rt ii    n.'I : h" name* "f 11 w nei -
thot f. .ts fur .i    tin -, can !"• .isi-i'i
t.i.si.it, together with the Bpoclflea-
tione nnil eetimatea of 'he City Bn
i.Inner, .nnl 'be pi■ .t". • 'I .- ■■ tmenl
nnl i. psirt i hereon nf ' be f It v (llei U
are now '.n Die in i If offlce of i he ' HI 9
Clei k and open fw Inspecl mn by sil
i.. <liii i11k offlce hours,
Thi- estimated one! "f Ihe work Is
-- ,■ * lu. .,f which ll Is int..tui,-.1 tli.'
tin. i it y nt large shall liear t In. ts hole
of ihi- innt iii the work on street
roeslngg, and noceiisary retaining
will, and "in- Until of i In'' osl ul ilu'
concrete sidewalks, the property osvn-
i-t-H iii-ntiii^ two-thirds of th'-roHi i,f
till   luewalks,
Tin.   total   estimated ai nl   in lie
hoi in- hy lho propel i v "»'iiei i I" mi'
$1,1)51 M, nnil hy tht- City nl large
J8,8I0.95,
Any objection to the proposed un'
dertuKlng and asseesmenl therefor I
shall he made by petition to tin-('ity
Council within PIPTBBN (IB) days
from Ihe date hereof, tin' persons entitled to petition being tin' owners of
i in- IjuhIm niTi'i'ii'il thereby,
iiUt.'CK A. LAWSON,
Oily Clerk.
Dated ihls-flth day of August, Hkw.
aug 111 ei
Certificate   of Improvements
__STOTIC-t_]
Hig Hnpe Kriictinti Mineral olaim No. 2.
Hi Unite iu the I'n mt Luke Milting Divisiou"of
itio Kniitoiiay llislrict. Located on Poplar
Crook.
TAKK NOTICK that I. C. J. A. N Padley,
I'roe Minor's Ciirtillonto No II 8_.1I6. ilitond 6(1
slays lnnil lho dale linreiil In apply to the Milling ltiiisiirdor fur a CnrtiMisiite of fiiiprovoiiiulits
for the pnrpnie of obtaining a Crown (Jraut of
the iiltisvnclniiti And fiirllmr tako notice that
BOtlon nii'lnr Siictinti 117 tulist lin ciimiiieneod
before the issuance of such Certificate nf
(iiipriiviiiitotils.
Iliitml tin- Ilii day id April, I'.ma
C. J. A. N. PAIII.I''.Y
Certificate of Improvements
IN    Till':   8UPRBMK   COURT   Of
IIIIITISII   rol.t'MHIA
IN   IUK   MATTKIt III'  Tim   " WlNIHNII
Up Ait " AND
in  the  Matter nf Ibe  Klwood  Tin
Workers Gold Mining Com pan j
i.i l.iiili'iiu,   lltilish  Coltiinlilit,
Limited, Nun-personal Liability,
N'liTK'K is hereby given  l Imi  tin
application will he made to iIun   Honourable Oourt at  lin- Court   House,
Vancouver, ll. O., on ihe Twelfth dav
of August, I1XIH,  ut   Ihe hour of   Uk'.V)
'iih><-k In Hu' forenoon on behalf of
the Official Liquidator herein for an
order cnnflrmlng tl onditional agree
nniit   for   sib-   of   Ihe   property   and
hhsi'Ih of ihi*  said  Company  for  the
sum of .-"to.mm on made hy the Official
Liquidator to one Dllllon Marsh.
Dated  ut   Rovelstoke,   ll.  0„   this
I Hilt .Inly, IIK1H.
BOOTT A HKKiiis
Bolfoltors for John I''.. Jones,
Official Liquidator,
Riivdlstiikfi Hospital Society
Annual General Meeting
The adjourned annual general meet*
ia■ vc of  the   members  ot   tie  ahnve
society will ho held nl. the City Hall
on Monday, lhe 24-li Instant, at 8
p. in.
II. It. Atkins,      T   KlUUTRICK,
Secretary, President
Hilvw Cruwit iniiiuriilrtiiini, silunto in thn J.nr-
itoiui MiniiiK PIvIbIiiii i>i Wul. K'i"io"«,
district.
Win.™ Inonlecll -A' Km hwiii nf Mohawk crook
lilltl iiiljiniiinn tllO I'nyiin inuinnil  cliiint
Takouoliod  (luti   Lit  Bmlili  I'.Mr, Nn.li
IH208, HOttiiif mm iiKfini tor Hvn Uernrd, K.M..L
Nn, 11.■ I:^H. lutOMU, sixty iliij'H rrniii  iintit Imroiif.
W apply tu the Mining   Itocnnlor  fur ii'nrtill-
cnl.nnf I (itirnvonionts. fur   ilm   purpnsu nf 0D-
In ini m; ii OroWII (Jut ill • if tin' a Imi vn I'JHlm
Ami   iiirttuir   lake   tin.do  t lint a-I inu, iintler
Hooiiuii'!''. mint be cninrnfliinod before (Ih> ImO"
iiiicii t>f BUrll Curlill'-alM nf linpriiviininiilM.
Dittoil UiIh .thdnyuf Juno, A l)   imw
sat j || irtjtylTH
Certificate  of  Improvements
TSTOTIOE
Mtn.i It ininssr.il I'laltn, nlt'iiLIn la ilm 'I'roiil Lnkis
Hn,in. om.nisi nl Wust limit i<n iv nisi ri.1
111 Im-.ili'il:   At tile head ul (Imii Creek llasln
adj.iiiln . ths 1'i|iiii| inin -I I claim, Lot !"'-",
Hi..up I
Tnka notice that I, It Nmllh, I.M c. 1MIHI1.
ai'tiiiK ns agent lor J, It. Maokessle, P,M»0. Nu.
Itiii-.t.., Inti-nd. Hixt> stays from this data hereof, t,i
apply tn tlm Mining Recorder ior a Uertlflcate of
Irnprovemeuta. fnr the purpo e uf nbtalnliiK a
OniHii llriint uf the iilinvii olttlln.
And further take,-iioM06 that aotinn, under
Ni'i't Inn :I7, must hn OOtDllienceit before tlie issll-
ance nf bugs. Oertlltoa rovemsnts,
Dated this iotll day ul .Innu  A.I, , IISis.
nnl J J7 n   SMITH.
For Sale
Dry cedar cord  wood—Bevelstoke
(lencral Aguucice Ltd. •
NOTICE
Uuvt'Iiiloke Laud DleU'lct.
Piatrlcl of Wont Kootenay.
Take not ieo tbat (■. Hi ink. of Hal-
cyon, H. (!., On.isor, ii.tetnK to apply
for pei miasion to pyrohaae lhe folloW-
Inu dascribed landfi
CoiniHunclng nt, a post plnMictl on
the oaf) side of Upper Ariow I^Lk*', at
tho .sout h-c.iHt corn or of Lot 2451, ami
marked "(i. K. Urink'H North-Wesl
Oo.tnep Post"i tbenee eust. __o chalosj
tlience  BOUth  2*1 chains; theoce   WOSl
^t ohalns to the lake shorej thenoe
northerly along the Uk-t. shore 20
chains more or less to the point of
commencement)   containing   40 acres
more or Icsh.
<LK. BRINK.
Dated August 5th, 1U08.
J,- i%t>olwii-i/, tliyiiftj ".istci'ly.
Klii of laud- neparrttitot tbo-y
o (!ruwfuid Creek from tlm wnlnrs llu*-
inilnio (irey'a Creek, to the eusterti bouudary
<i[ Wost KiKitonay Dlbtrict, ueur the hoadwalors
uf jtakor Creok; thouce southerly following thO
divide ^paratluH thp yitlfifs l|"^fi'u liai'i
Kooteuay Luko uud Rootijiiay Hivor from th§
wuters HowiiiK iuto St. Mary'.s Crook ami llifl
Muyio Hiver-. to tlio jntorimtioual H<nnidnryi
thouco wostorly «Ihuk tin- Iutornutioual \b>\n\>
dary to the puiut of comumuc^ment.
fttVKLHTvaK JAM> RKVPUPIN9 Dlyi!. lOfl.
Ctiiiii.iouciiJK al iho uorth-wost coruer of tho
Nelsou Luud Hocordiutf Divisiou; theuce
uorthorly, following tlio sunnnil of the mountains dividiiiK the wators flowiug iuto the Col<
umbin River from those ((owing to the west, to
the nefSht uf Uud botwpou Foster CfeeV and
Kelloy ('reek, to tho iutorsectiou of Cauoe Jtiv.
er; theuce southerly down the ceutre of Cauoe
Kiver to the "Columbia Kiver; theuce iu a
south-easterly direction to the dividiug ridge of
the Selkirk reuse of mountains: thence following the said dividing ridge iu a south-easterly
direction to tho summit of itogers Pass; thenoe
iu a -.outh-oastorly direction, followiug the
wator-shod nearest ttie Upper CHumbiu Kivor,
to its intersection with thu soul horn bouudury
of tlio Dominion Kailway Unit; thonce southwesterly, following ttie -southern bouudary of
the Kailway Holt, n> its intersection with tho
divide betw eu tho wulors flowing iuto Duucuu
l.i-vnr and Fish Kiver, near the headwaters of
Toot aid Crook ; thunce smitherly following the
height of luud dividiug tlie wa.ior.-i flowiug iulo
Duucuu Kiver from tho wuters flowiug iuto
Arrow Luke and Trout Luke, to u point opposite the uorth oud uf Uowser Lake; theuce
westerly, following the southern water-shod of
Lako Creek, to a puiut on the Lurdo Biver op*
posite the height of laud between CuscHde
Creek uud 1'optar Croek ; thouce following that
height of laud and the water-shod dividing tho
wulors of Wilson Crook from tho waters flowiug
Into Lurdo Kivor and KouslikaiiHX Creek to the
uorth'ousl corner of lho Nelson Laud Kocording
Division, being the south-oust coruer of thn
Kevelstoke Land Komi-ding Division; theufce
followiug the uortluirn lioiiudury of the Nclsoii
l.i-nd Kecordlug Division duo west to the (mint
Of COIUIllOlJCilllll.Ill,
si.iK'.-N I.AND BBOOBOINa DIVIHION.
Commouciug at the north-oust corues uf the
Nelsou Laud Kocording Division, which is alsu
the south-oast corner or the Ho vol stoke Lund
Kocording Division; thence following tho on-torn bouudury of the Hovulstoko Luud Kecordlug Division, iu a gouurut ouslorly aud uorthorly direction, to ils iutorsectiou wilh tho south
boundary of the Dominion Kailway Holt,
thouco uorthorly and easterly, followiug the
Dominion Kail nay Holt., to its iutorsectiou
with t ho eastern boundary of West Kooteuay
District; llionco in a south-oaslorly directiuu,
followiug tha wutoi-shod nearest thu Upper
Columbia Kiver, to the _A)th parullol of nurth
lutitudo; thouco iu a southerly direction, followiug tlio divide separating the water • flowiug
Into hootoiiay l-itl-o from the water- Mowing
into h}t. Mary'.- Cj-ook to itb intersection wittj
thoeusLurly   bopudarv  of the Nolson |^nd \\a
■rppqipg Divisiou »t thy pettdwuter_t of Qnft
Creek) thouce following the oaslbrly boundary
of the Nelson Land ftscorulug Division to the
1-ullll of coiniticnroiuoiit
BIH1LKAUBH      LANU   IIK00BDIN0   DIVIHION   or
'v.\i"k UlSTBIOT.
Commencing at a point. 00 the Iuturuatiouul
Boundary wl on- it is intersected by PuyusUm
Creek, which is also tho south-oust curuer of
Yulo Laud Kocording District; ihonro following uorthorly along the said creek aud tho
Houth Fork or tho Bimilkameou Kivor to its
j unci ion with the Tuluuioou Kiver; thenes
Westerly u.oiig the Tulumoon Kivor to the
lliouth of (Inn;- Creek, Ihonro uorthorly
ulung China Creuk to its intersection wilh
thu south bouudnry of Lot UUU, (iroup 1. Kmn-
loops Divisiou of _ ulo District; thonco due oust
lotnu utistoru bunk of Okanagan Kivor; thou»(t
iu nu uorthorly diroutiou, following thu eawterii
shore of Ukauugiu; Kivor and Okuuuguu Luke,
lo u point distant ISo miles duo uorth of the
luleruatiouul thiuudury; thouco duo o**| ,0 the
wostoru boiiii'iary of tho Nolsou Luud Kecordlug Division of Kootonay, District; ll.ntii o
southorly, following tho suid wo.if rn bouudary
of Kootoiiay District, to thu 4Ul__ parullol;
theuce west along the 40th parullol tu tho
place of commencement,
KOHT. A. KKNWICK,
Doputy Commissioner of Lands aud Works,
Lands and Works Department.
Victoria, H.C., June30th, 11K)H.      jly 15 U
NOTICE
Notice ia hereby given Unit Him-
litiKs, Doyle & Allum, Limited, will,
three niontha alter date, apply to the
Lieutenant-Governor in Council for mi
Order-ln-Oounoll changlnR the Company's name to,"Doyle A Allum, Limited."
Duted the ___h day nf June, 1«0_.
llAltVKV, McCAHTI-li A I'lNKHAHf,
SoliciloiH   for  IIiibiingH,   Doyle &A1
linn, Limited jly I .'tin w
DOC-OB   nr
Don't  do   a
__. you moo ploarly
what n I.i'-1 by 11I1I uf
DON'T W$
liwll       ■      what, k I.i"I b)
"Flashlights on Human Nature'
nn hfiillh. diM-ii'-i'. love, miin iagr mid pnrcnlagn
Tells what you'd ask a doctor, but don't like io
MO patfrfl, illustrutod, SUosotSI hut to Introduce
ll wo Henri ono only to any adult, for postnKo,
It) cents.
M   HILL, PUB. OO.
129 Cut 2»th etr««t, NIW YORK THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B- C
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:
:
Heading off a Risk
Gas is liable to puff out
of the front door of any
furnace   unprovided   for
gas escape.
"Sunshine" Furnace has
Automatic Gas Damper
directly connected with
smoke-pipe. Gas pressure
sways damper sufficiently
for it to escape up chimney
(see illustration), but heat
doesn't escape.
What do«. "Sunshine1
Gas Damper mean to
"Sunshine" Furnace?
Means protection to the
furnace partsaagainst evil
effects of gas.
What does "Sunshine"
Gas Damper mean to
"Sunshine" householder?
Means furnace can be
operated without fear as to
"puffing-" «w i furnace can
be left without doubt as to
whereabouts of (.-as.
BOARD OF TRADE
What does "Sunshine" Gaa Damper mean lo "Suniliine" «mj_a£COiint?
ordinary furnace" fear h,'ivin.< to keep
check-draft indefinitely closed tiT'Met off'' gas—when there's twn-tliirds
parts of heal-enerj-y lo one part of gas passing up chimney—dralt can with
all safety be opened, and coal saved lor another day's duty.
McCIaryk
BOURNE BROS.* Local Agents
London
Toronto
Montreal
Winnie**
Vancouver
Et. John.N.B.
Hamilton
Calg_ry
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
Until further notice this Bank will be open
C. P. R. Pay Night and following night each
month.
Open every Saturday evening from 7 to
9 p. m.
SAVINGS
At all Branches-
BANK   D EPARTM ENT
interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Tax Sale Notice
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE ie hereby given tlmt I shall sell at publio auction on Thursday
the 10th day of SeRtemh r, A. U„ li).-, at the Oity Hall, B.vel.toke, B. 0 at
ONE o'olook iu the alternuun, the lauds, or improvements, nr real property, us
described, lor unpaid delinquent Municipal taxes, special rateB, Interests,
costs and expenses due thereon, unless in th" meantime the arrears of Municipal taxes, special rate*, interest, ousts and expenses, as set forth In the
schedule hereunder, be Mtfmnr paid.
Dat«Hl at Revel-t ■ _•-, ''. 0,, this 13th day of August, A. I). 1908.
IIUUOE A. LAWSON,
C .'...u■!• for the Corporation ol the City of Revelstoke,
SCHEDULE
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ins.is., ami
Ward     Inters.nt
to llui'.tll,'tit'.
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Total
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tints
Allen, O. H.
Christie, G. V
Cumpliell, Joseiihine
Oouraier, 11. N.
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Elson, Mrs. W.
Kink, Henry
(litvin, P,
<t       I'
Kerr A l/ibh
Law, W. .1.
Mi-nhi-nnirk, Cory
Mar Eiilie
Mowutt, Alexander
Needhani, Sinn sr
Nelson, Jno.
Newman, Mrs. W, H.
Paul, Mrs. Isabella
,', ,1
Pool. W. II.
■  11
{loss, Mm. W.
ioeaei'. Prod   (PlanOBO)
Sfraulmi'.h, Paul
Smith, Herbert
Hhuw, (Inn. ().
Hum, Henry
Ncrrliiniil, Angelo
Hlucuy, Mm. K.
Wuulsey, D.
house on river hunk
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Site for New  Post Office Re- s,
commended
The regular meetine of ihe Hoard of
Trade wus held on Thursday evening
in the city hall wilh a good attend
ance.
l-reuidcm F. B. Lewie wns in lhe
chair.
A. F. D. Lace, manager of the Northern Crown Bank; A. B. MoCleneghan, manager of the Imperial Bank,
and J. D. Sihbald were proposed as
members of the Board and were duly
elected.
Communications were read from
Mortimer Lamb ol tin Geological Survey Department, regarding the books
on mining that h d lieen sent to the
city.
E. A. Hiiggen s.sid lhat thet-e h inks
on the Geological Survey were most.
Important and suggested that, they he
supplemented hy other pubiica ionr
from the Minister of Mines al Ottawa.
A eiiphoa d will he proutlrt'd for
these lii.nks which can la- ustd for
reference and run lie avail ih!-. by sny
one interested in minerals,
From the Spokane Fair, Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition, aud Collier's
Weekly, which were fifed.
In regard to the request from the
A. Y. P. Exposition for a resolution
from the Board for the securing of the
same tates for the Seattle exposition
as were given for the Portland Fair by
railway companies. A resolution was
passed lo this effect which will be
foi warded to Seattle
The matter of the appropriation hy
the Dominion Government for a post
office building was dinous-ed.
E A. Haggt u siid tbat this was
most important, and a site should be
chosen at once which would be satis
factory to all ci'izens. He said that
the Government hud an option on a
site west of the City Hotel, but as
that was a bud lucatiui., the Boatd
should take steps to see that a better
one was chosen. He suggested a ssi'.e
opporite the Club would serve the city
best, and also one oj-poeite the City
Hall on McKcngie avenue.
This latter was turned down as
being too far eust.
A resolution was passed recommend
ing a site opposite the Club on Fir.-t
Street, and also that an option be
obtained from Mr. Laugh tun, the resolution to be sent at once to Otlftvya tp
be followed by a petition from the
eltizpns as a whole backing up the
resolution of tbe board
Committees were appointed to take
round the petitions,
E. A. Haggen said that the Big
Bend district should be the next for
Geological Survey by the Dominion
Government and it was important for
the district that this slum d be done.
A rt solution was passed that the
Boatd request lhe minister of mines
thai provision be made for the Geological Sinvry of lhe Big Bend.
Mr. Fulton's promise of an answer
in connection with the Columbia
River traffic bridge was discus-ed aud
the secretary waB instructed to write
to Chief Commissioner Fulton as to
what will be done abuut the bridge.
The 0 1' R. strike was discussed,
some n.embers ul the Board hi ing
desirous of sending circular litters to
other II..utds ul Trade asking lhe
Kailway Cuniiuisfion for a settlement.
Iu view of the fact, that so far the
business and commerce of K-vt-1-ito.ke
aud other c^ies has nut suffered by
(he strike, i.or has freight been unduly delayed, tt would not he ndvis-
al> e lur ihe Board to interfere. The
meeting lUeu terminated.
FRENCH   CAPITAL
Willing to Look Into Bona Fide
Prepositions in B. C.
Ceunt de Montforl, who left Vancouver yesterday Ior Field to hunt
hear, was of the opinion lhat Parisian
hankers ure ripe for any good bait
Offered by iiitluaiii.il men of British
Columbia. The Count is connected
with inllucntial French hanking institutions and said said that the
amount o( French capita! that hod
con e into British Columbia in the
past had been limited brcauae ol the
wildcalting ol early days, bit British
Columbia's prosperity has outgrown
the evil effects of the "get-rich-quick"
schemes, and French capitalists only
need to be assured of genuine openings for good investments to t pen up
plenty uf money in this province.
Count de Montfort was so confident
that much French capital would be
invested here il British Columbia were
better known, that he suggested that
the Board of Trade should appoint a
delegate tu visit Paris in the interests
of the Province, arid Baid that two ol
the most reliable banking concerns
that could he interviewed were the
Companie Franchise dc Mines d'Or,
and tbe Hank de Paris.
One
fifte
tl
For Sale
.iie-half
cieind land
iiitiis will K frum the school
ituhle f..r strawberry growing
or market garden; six-roomed house,
cow house, ohicauii huu.-e and wood
shed; city water laid ou; electric light
up to p'Opoity; price .fl.OOO cash. Ap
ply P. O. Box 713, Revelstoke, B. C.
SIGN WRITING
GENERAL   PAINTING
and DECORATING :  :
First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.
Oui of town orders promptly
attended to
R. Z. CRAWFORD
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Board by week   -   $5.00
Single   meals   -   -    25 c.
McKenzie   Avenue
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for hM classos of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for sale in largo or small quantities
nt tho lowest prices for cosh.
uudertakeu.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Uash Prices Paid
P.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For t_rc 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. Buy direct and get trees
and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps
Sprayin. Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Olde i e^.ar Mhed nursery, on the
main Inn I of B.C.    Catalogue free.
M   J.   HENRY'S NURSERIES
Ore nhouses and Seed Houscb
VANCOUVER,       -     -      •     B. C.
$.$. REVELSTOKE
The Steamer leaves F'tvsv Mile
Landing   (during   stage   of high
water) at B a.m   on   Tuesday and
Friday, for Downie Creek and way
points, returning mine d'#y.
Freight must be ready for delivery tu teams of ltevelatok,e
Cartage Co., Ltd., on Mondays und
Thursdays at 1 p.m , and must be
prepaid.
Tlie Cartage Company's Stage
leaves for the Boat Landing at 5:30
p.m on Monday and Thursday and
count 'ds with the steamer on arrival
hack in the evening, and makes
special trips, when required, on
TueBiluy and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Comfortable berths and good
meals on Steamer. Telephone oon •
neotion between steamer and local
exchange—No. 11131). Dates of
sailings may be changed without
notice
F. SWANSON,
PURSER,
NOTICE TO CO-OWNERS
To John Kunest, or to whomsoever he
may have t i-HitsfetTed his interests:
Take noiiie that I, the undersigned,
co-owner with you in the billowing
mineral claim, vi-/..: Gold Fly mineral
claim, situated on Lexington Mountain, Lardeau .Mining Division of West
Kootenay District, of the Province of
British Columbia, have done the required work on the above mentioned
mineral claim for the year ending 10X17,
in order to hold the same under Section 24 of the Mineral Act.
And lull her tnke notice that if within 90 days from the Hist publication of
this notice, you fail or refuse to con-
trihutc ynur portion of such expenditure, together with the cost of this
advertisement, your interest in the
said mineral claim will become the
property of the undersigned, under
Section 25 B of the Mineral Act.
Dated ut Camborne, B. C, this 14th
duy of Muy 11)08.
sut my 10OOd J. A. Lewis,
__*"
NOTICE
l-KVELSTOKE Lanii DISTRICT
District of West Kootenay
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel
James Harlow, ol'Nukusp, B, tl., occu*
pillion, farmer, Intends tn apply for
permission to purchase the following
di-scrihed lnnil •
Commencing at a post planted al u
point twenty ILII) chains east of u point
eighty cliains soulh of the southwest
corner of Loi No. 8.141); thenee south
40 chains, tlience easl 40 chuins, thence
nurth 40 chuins, Ihence west 40 chuins,
to puint of commencement und containing one hundred und sixty (100)
acres more or Ices.
(Sgd) Samuel James Harlow.
Duted July 11, 1903.
Certificate of Improvements
IsTOTICE
Skooktim, Drumlummon and Buck-
horn Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in Revelstoke Mining Division of
West Kooteuuy District,
Where located: On the north side of
Cougar Creek.
Take notice that I, William I. Bi iggs
of Hevelstoke, B. (J., Solicitor, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 1.04288, acting
as agent for and on behalf of His Majesty King Edward Vll, in the Right
of the Dominion of Cuiiada Free Miner's Certificate No.P'U287, intend sixty
days from dale hen f to apply to the
Milling Recorder for Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose nf obtaining Crown Grants of the above
claims.
And further take notice that notion
uuder section 37 must   he commenced
before, the issuance of such Certificates
of Impruvements.
Dated this 2nd day of July, 1908.
jly 4 W. I. Bilious.
Certificate cf Improvements.
NOTICE
Vivian Luck No. 1, Vivian Luck No. 2,
Vivian Luck No. 3, Vivian Luck
No. 4, Vivian Luck No.  5, Vivian
Luck No. 0 and Silver Crown mineral claims, situated in the Lardeau
Mining Division of West Kootenay
District.
Wheie    located:—At  Head of  Kidd
Creek, a tributary of Boyd Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that   I,   O.  B.  N.
Wilkie, acting   as  agent   for  Hector
Poirier,   F.M.C.   B7480,   and   George
Johnson, F.M.C. B06051, intend, sixty
days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining   Recorder   for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of oh
tuinin*. a Crown Grant of the above
claims,
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Daled this 28th day of May, A. D.
1908.
O. B. N. WILKIE, B.C.L.S.
w my27 Trout Lake, R. C.
LAND NOTICE
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice lhat John Michael Doyle
uf Revelstoke, B.C., Manager, intends
tn apply for permission to purchase tbo
following described lands-
Commencing ut a post planted on
the  easterly   hank   nf  the Columbia
Biver ul the north-west corner of   Ijiit
2771, Group 1,   Kooteuuy, and marked
John  M.  Doyle's Bouth-west curuer
post,"   thence   eust   40 (hains; thence
uurth 40 ehains; thence west 4.1 chains
inure   or   less  lo the easterly bank of
the Columbia river* thence southerly
along Ilu- li.uik t,( said  river III chains
more or less in I ho point of commencement,   containing   100  acres inu.ie or
less.
JOHN MICHAEL DOYLE,
By his ageni, Geo, S. MoOarter.
Dated June _. itli, 1008. jD? OOd
A wooden box tied up with thick
rope was noticed lloating down the
river at dusk on Thursday night. It
disappeared before it could be picked
up.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
Bf SHIMS ,_£,
Sat. " 15 Lk. Manitoba
Fri. " 21 Emp. Ireland
Sat. " 2!ILk.Champluiii
Fri. Sept 4 Kmp. I tii I ii iti
Summer Season from Montreal
and Quebec
EMPRESSES—
1st, Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$i|ii 00    $48 75 $*H 75
LAKE MANITOBA—
1 si. Class snd. Class 3rd. Class
$80 00       $42 50       $27 50
Otiikr Lake Boats—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$45 00       $27 50
Cheap rales to Atlantic Si'lllioitlil
points   in coiiiieclion  with  steamship tickets
Passengers booked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other conline tal ports,
For further Information apply to
T. W. Bradshaw,    E. J. Coy le,
Agent, A.O.V.A,
Revelstoke, Vancouver.
LAND NOTICE
Hevelsloke I,md District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thut George McCarter,
Sr., of Revelstoke, B.C., Agent, intends lo apply for permission to put ■
chase the following described lands;
Oommonolng ut a post planted on
the west hank of the Columbia Kiver
at the Houth-eusl curuer uf latt KV.i,
Uroup   1,    Kootenay,     and     marked
"George MoCai'tor, Sr,, north-east oornei post," theuce west 10 chains;
thence south 20 chains; theuce east 211
chaiiiH more or less to the west hunk
nf Ihe Columbia river; thenee northerly along Ilic west hunk of lhe Columbia river lo the point of coinmciicc
meiil, containing 25 acres more ur less.
GEORGE MeCAKTEl-, Sr.,
Hy his agent, (leu. S. McCarter.
Dated June 201 h, 10118, 1 27 UM
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that lhe undersigned will, at the expiration of one
month, apply lo the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a transfer to
Coronation Hotel Company, Limited,
nf the Imi0) license now held liy lue In
respect   of   the   Coronation   Hotel at
Camborne, ll. 0.
Dated this 8rd day of August; 1908.
aUgSlm CllltV  iMUMIINHK.
NOTICE
Sixty   days  after date  I   intend to.
apply to the chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to
purchoBC the following described
lands:
Beginning at a post planted at the
south-east eurner of 1/it No. 850.) pur-
chased by Julius Dnugal, running
west 20 chains; I hence south 20 chaina;
thenue east 20 cliains: lliencn norlh 20
chuliiN lo point nf commencement.
Dated June 211 h, 1008,
EiiWAiin Wnt.i", Applicant.
Jly 4 D. Dewar, Agent,
FIRST ANNUAL
FALL
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FAIR
Of Agricultural Society
Revelstoke
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Sept. 7, 8 and 9
Independent Band in Attendance
$3,500 Prizes
Athletic Sports
Horse Racing
District Exhibits
Labor Day, Mon. Sep. 7
$1000 in Prizes
Athletic Sports, Lacrosse, Baseball,
Football, Tug-of-war, Etc.
Trades and Labor Parade
Under auspices of Labor Organizations
Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept. 8th and 9th
Horse Racing. Judging of District Exhibits
of Fruit, Vegetables, Poultry, Live Stock.
Manufactures, Ladies' Work, Etc.
$2,500 in Purses and Prizes
Opera House, Monday Evening, Sep. 7
The Three Act Irish Drama
"The Shaughraun"
Staged by,1 Revelstoke Dramatic Society
For full particulars, and for Prise Lists of
Exhibits, and Programmes of Athletic Sports
and Horse Racing see small bills or write to:
C. F. LINDMARK, Pres. C. B. MACDONALD, Secy.
F. B. WELLS, Treasurer. THE MAIL-HERALD, I.EVl.LSTOKK, B.C.
STOCKTAKING   SALE!
MEM——— —p————^— ■■■■!■
This is; our time for i^oinof through bur
stock end putting all odds and ends, rem-
iian'.s, etc., at Bargain Prices. Snaps from
all departments.
Corset Covers
Regular 35c. and 45c. Now 25c. each.
Waist Lengths
In   Delaine
Now   20C.
Reg.   a v.   and   50c.
Ladies' White Blouses
We are selling these now at half price.
Children's Hose
You can buy Children's   Hose, formerly 25c. per pair.     Now 15c.
At Half Price
Ends of Silk    Dress   Goods   -Staples
and Wash Goods.
Bargains, Bargains!
If you are hunting for bargains   take
advantage of our Stock-Taking Sale.
REID  & YOUNG
.*..». _•_■. ■■_'. .■». .*. ,"t*.'_.. A A {t% fX\ tTl
*+»"" *£' *+' '4.1 *+' 'X*'" ™* •*• *_p Tit1 'x1
it. *■ +k
! c T     I
I Sunburn |
f Tan and f
I    Freckles    I
*    li.-i a    Boltli-   of   onr    Klder    jf
-.£*   Khi'ver   Cream,     .lout  what   ^p!
4+  you are looking (or 1$. :
i$t sold \i 4+;
«    C. R. MACDONALD'S     <i<
tjj. llKVia.SIUKI,  B.C. -t^j '
i
Weather Forecast
Si unlay, Aug.  22 —•Gcnotally linei
, nil Millry.—Temp.  Mux  8(1- Min. 50.
Local and General.
The schools will re-open on Monday
Aug. 24.
The new C.l'.K. bridge over the Col-
unilii 1 i.i getting its littt coat of paint.
A tmeting of the Grocers of the
K'sittil Association was held on Thursday night.
A large party ol reair'ents went up
the Lindmark Trail this morning un
h irseback.
Cm ib jo and bear are plentiful thi-
yeai round Victoria and Miller parks
north ol the city.
An excursion party "1 members ol
the American Bar association spent a
few days ut lluiitT this week.
A number ol members ol Ihu l_iwu
Tennis Club leave tomorrow morning
for Golden fora series ol matches,
A despatch from Montreal authoritatively states that the Dominion
elections will be held on October 22nd,
The annual general meeting ot the
Revclsst'.ke Hospital Socioty will he
held in the City Hall .m Monday.
Aug. 14th.
The City Council in considering the
advisability oi constructing sewers in
the central section ol the oity »t an
early date.
K Marpole. uf the C. I'. H , and
fsinily. passed through tlie city thi-
week en route foi the Com! from their
vi.it to Europe.
11  Sh in has reci ived  the contract
I r ti»' erection of the pavilion on the
Agiii u tural Society's grounds i"r the
fail  ind will commence work at once.
1 s iVilling Workers ul rtt. Andrew, church will hold their annual
l.awn Koclable on the Manse grounds,
I'n 1 iy ■ vening the 28tb   inst      The
[nd pe tliitt Hand wall he In nt-
teiulanoe.
W e n .nee in tin- Kamloupa I nlaiiil
Sentinel   thai   tbe ttevi Isti lie e rri-a
.■ denl ti making a great fuss ovei
■: •■ .i| pealince ol .1 fen rats in Revel
II ike    Wh   evei heard ol a city with-
it tinm"   We are Inclined to think
that tbe correspondent unlit have
them t"o!
Strict 1 n|. r- liiu been given by the
city oouncil t" the polici regarding
the sprinkling "I lawns, at times other
than provided for bv tin regulation*
Tbe publio arc particulurly enjoined
that tin- city water be conserved   and
that no ..ue under an) nsidcration
will be permitted t<• use water Inr
Hardens except between the hour-1.1
7 and 0 p.m;
THE LOVE OF GOOD FRUIT
SCHOOL BOOKS
FOR
PUBLIC nnd HIGH SCHOOLS
A School Hag given
away with purchases
of   School  Supplies.
BEWS' DRUG STORE
NEXT   llt'.ME   BLOCK
will hu gnu Med If we do the
supplying, If you havo never
cared fur fruit before you will
when you come uml sec our fruit
show. The mere sight will make
ynu long to trial0. And u single
taste will surety make you waul
more. Vnu etui gr.tlify Ihe. longing tun. I*' it- oui' prices make
fruit Inlying tnd outing; very
easy.
n    •'...- .'.:»»'-3tB_M_aB?ie-W:,.s-'«».'a
JUMPING INTU POPULAR
FAVOR
thill's tvhul we aieihilng. When
we serve you wil h lu-ead, rolls,
ctiks'. pies, elf., you're assured of
fretting the best hakery products
ohliiin.'ililc. Our goods arc made
in the inosi cleanly surroundings und strictly pure. Fresh
daily, unit always toothsome and
wholesome.
HO"BSOM    S3L   "BELL
pr
ts.
Karn is King
The right  Piano nt the right price.
Call it ml see us before you buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate, Insurance anil Financial Agents.     Money to Loan.
__.
,Nu. 28 snow shed on the C. P K al
Glacier, was destroyed by lire yesterday
morning al an early hour. The tire
started noai the shed ind the »li ae
structure wis soon ablaze, tbe Hames
creating their own draft
The statement that the Canadian
du".'is dosed i" British emigrants
ahouvd not be allowed tn go unchallenged, ll is noi closed Wc st ill
tu 1 d millions bul we lin1" reached
the aiding atage —Monl real --Standard
it ia _rr.il ifying I s   t hal    .'if   -'■-'
_•'-! ...it- slnug lines ..i public
itieiit- 1 ir  cit,    ■■ , ,■' 1   ..,.:
cure have found response to   the  1
1 .in nil,     ["he  .torn       ivt     eeii  re
iiii.vi J mil tin- ami I.- I    1
1 cti. 1
A banquet will be given al 1 he
renttiil hotel on w ednesd iy, Aug 26
in hi r   if A. II    l.owc   grand   | i
dent   ..I   the   M tintem I   V\ aj
Bmployees, nnd une representative ■ f
■ h 111...;  irgat    iti n will be In   ted
to attend
c Waters a travi ■ mil misaiun ■
ary witli wide e> pi ueur,. in - till
Africa, ^-ive an il istr itetl lecture in
the V \li' \ :', 'nn tsium i -1 nighi
Tho pictures showed ••■i-m'i' •■! the
Boer war hesidoa others and gave a n
interesting tec uml 1 Ifrican life , im I
oondil
Extensive alteral ions are Is ing
ntide t" the building recent iy ncoupied
by MoKlnnon'a cigar -nnn-. on Mc
Ken/I,, nvenne, soon to he occupied by
1 he Edison Parlor Theatre 11 Mo
Carthy has charge nt the work Tha
t licatre a ill open al I Sepl   Isi
Mrs If, N. Coursier while camping
up at Victoria Park, at the minimi! oi
Lindmark Trail on Mt, Vlotoria, thia
week made several excellent water
color akotohea of aoenea on the summit
antl round the purk, which will give it
s^ood idea of wlu.I aorl "f scenery cun
be found np I here.      The iketches can
he seen iu 0. '•  Maodonald'a itore
Hon. Mr, Templetnan, representing
the Dominion Government, and  Hon
B. McBride, Premier ill Uritish Co-
liimhia, were in Kernie litis week     Mr
Templem&n looked the situation over
carefully ami promised t< give the
city tlie assiitanoe it desired, it was
proposed that, the Government should
ioun the people ninney tn rebuild at
It per cent, and Mr. Tempieman
priiiniscil to bring Hie plan before  the
Government.
Bank statements for July show
Canadians have plenty of cash but
i    n t ainking il promiscuously.
W. t'l.irk    wiiii   was   running tie
milk business  tl 1   I., wis during thi
sut   has iudden j   lefl   town and
In     h isineas   has   reverted   to Sir
-
r wa tbis I    rning thai
' - si isi     a i-   in danger nf
 -■   Bres snd that a
its wen being turned ml   W
s  ocal  C  P  B    offici.
ppnrt ia tin ton i ded
li..i <  Ii    •  -    f   this   disti ict    ss
a      inee a    tht    Spokani
\    i.k;l       Villi    ,i      h I
■ xi yen'     II md- I,.,   prizea
an    i • ing    •'•  ed      ■    i ck   drilling
cent, -i -
It  i ■    considering
' hi       id     .11111111 y    ul     ".'■" asing    the
pnwt-i and lighl aer\ ice and arrai
lor ciiniiniii.il- da)  and   night   p wei
, ■'.    ." '      Thi  -tii'i'i lighla will a
he pnl    ii a sepat
N..w t list race  I,.,r». -    ire    worl
ice track in I	
i im t at I he   lair   in   Hepli mlier,
all rehiclea are excluded from driving
ui i he traok and cutting it up     Thi
...in Inuancc ol  dry weal her haa  le
t he mn face i s   ,mi| la i  y   ind I hurt
.iill have tn lie considerable work :
.ni a before the (so comments!
a pi lit Ion i- being circulate d i I
the eily hy the Bnard ol Trade In
im.siiicciinn with tin   proposed   .Iii
the new  Post isllicc Ilis.    Ilimsil    i „ -
recommended tin- -it., opposite the
llevelstnke Club, "ii First street a*
tiii.si suitable, and  I lie resolution  to
tins I'fTcct Im" been jcnt to Ottan i
Mr    Hoel/le,   ot   the   Philadelpl   t
Ijilartette, delighted tin   congrpgal
at. Knox church with nt4  rocal  rend
ering ol" Face to Pace."   Mr  lli.il/ e
posseeiee a floe well cultivated voice
pure, sweet anil pathetic       Revelstoke
•will be glad to bear him   so.^ mt,n,,,
when fully recnvercil frum his reoent
illness.
Social and Personal
Mrs. Purvis came iu yeslettlay  trutn
Vancouver.
Mr. und Mrs   II. Manning   returned
on Thursday frum u camping   trip up
Mi. Victoria.
II. S. Mi-lice, of Bhilswap, wns in
tlie eily yesterday.
Mis. \V ,1. Livhth'tllie. of Arfm -
heud, mis v.siting in the oity.
Miss UubliH tins ri turned f . in u
holiday visil t" bake Sheswiip.
Miss l.onii Baa left on Weilmailil)
sin ii visit to fiieiitls at Golden,
A. i) Wheeler, K li (i S., wns i.i ihe
ility 011 Thui'sti.iy (run. Illticier.
Mrs. Creelman and  family ruturi ed
home from the Coast on Thursday.
Mr. and Mr-. Chas. Amlersi It led
ibis morning fur Victoria mountain
Mrs. Dent antl Miss Gertrude Denl
have  itiiiii ed   [rum  n   visit   tu  the
.'nasi.
Mrs. Draper and Miss Draper, ul
I'llrolia, i lot . nits vioilini* Ml' mil
\hs. A. E   Kinciiiil.
Mrs. .1 .1. Porteii uml Mrs. II. N.
Doyle rammed ou Thursday Irom a
h iiul ij visit in Albert Caiiyon
Mra. Cloary, Mrs A Juhnson, \lisn
M.  Corley, Miss  A   Johnson, ami  A.
.lOlltiaOU   nl   the   MAtl.llKltAI.il    spunl
Tuesday up Mt. Victoria.
Serious Accident
Victor Woodland sustained a serious
accident yesterday at the Bowman
Lumber Company's mill. The hands
were engaged in tightening a belt and
bad competed the operation, Woodland standing beneath the pulley
looking up nt it. At this moment
one uf the cables broke letting lhe
pulley crash down mi Woodland a
head, severely bruising his face and
shoulders. The unfortunate num was
allium d hy the force nf the blow, the
revolving pulley indicting nasty
gains. Woodland wus eonvi veil lo
the h.'s|iilul al once wh' re hia injuries
were attended t". Froin reports this
morning we learn iji.il lho injured
min is* pt'ogrcu-i. g very lavurahly.
Fastest Liner Afloat
NBW Yui.'K, Aug. "jl —Ily making
over 25 k-.tils an hum fr. in Li\ir,i..o1
this tri,• nnd 'et ng lur piev una
rcc rd, lhe I.I stltlll'n is I. (Illy the
fastist liter in lint w rid uml lies
trip nitty muke lur t ie lit.-l I nr ilii}
bl't in hislmy
Win less despatch: a ■■. i v. I i Ilu
ollici s of ll.c I'll aul eileatushi,' l-'oii
puny hcie In iluy say th.it lite t it i
tuniii has Bi caned l'IU2 kimls up !■
noon yiS'.ei'd. y, making an .,-.e ..•_'•
speed of 25.21) knols per h.-ut Hit
previm s best record wus uu uv rag • of
25.IH knots, made lust July.
The Strike Situation
Medicine Hat, August 22.—One
hundred and titty engines between
Swift Cut ri nt and Culgaiy, aresaid to
have heen put out ol business since
ihe ni.it. i i''.»' strike commenced
Forlv lii'iik. n down locomotives are
declared to hi - nlletl ut Coleridge.
Trainmen -n., geuerully that the
rolling stock is gelling into bad shape.
An extra westbound height, was
ditched six milea west of St.. Mary's
yesterday afternoon. Five box cars
were destroyed, 'i. is makes three
trains lying in tlie ditch in Ibis district through accidents caused by
broken wheels. Engineers (ruin Cranbrook say the) have orders Irum Calgary to mn through without having
engtnea iLspectcd.
Business Locals
Slates .ill -i/. ■■ .si C  lt. Mackonald's
No clinkers in Cnnrsier's cleun in ul,
Gel .nn    t Bi-wh' rubber sell ol hues
with school piitchsses
Coiiraier's   mil   coal   is the kind tor
co Lit g
Pencil   laixes, iinte   hooks   m,tempi -s H I'..I   -eh....I ill  c,   l;    Muml ...   Ids,
I.lit le  smoke, nu dust, no   ...!. no
■   tikers in l   ui pier's coal
Publio and High   .School   II ,,i.•■ f,.t
,;i .    .1   III .s.-'   Iril -   Iti re.
H you - nut ,i i.in  t >i  it ir ..f  clean
-   i.,tisp ■■ al, free   from  olmker,
or.ii r of H. N   Coin -ii r.
Effi    • -'       Ui.';"■  ^lime   prevents
diarrhoea — 76 cenla  a bnttli al Ileus'
drug ssi' i ■
i'. it '      ,.    lilt pi.wdeiH,   foil'
P  i del ■ plexion     powders,   ull
in i, ■   -    I i       H    ilacd maid's
W  d Strawberry  Tablets—lhe noa
eel sied ij.-t  diarrhoea sun —2fi cents
,i p i .i ■  ii Down drug store
Ynu    .'   n get    nil    I be   new -elinnl
book,    il   i I!   M cil..i,nil -    Every
child    t's.|- i   sch .ol    h ig,  nilit, und
. ..".    free
Churches.
Catholic, — Bev, Father Coccola
pastor, Services are held on the First
ninl Third Siinilms in cveiv iin.nl It
it the following hours: 8 a.m. Column ii ion Mass; 10:80 a.in. High i nss
tnil Seriiiiin; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:_U
p.m. Sunday Rchuul; 7:110p.m. Bosarj*
Instruction and Benediction.
St   AnIIIII'.W'k   I'llKSHyiERlAN—Bev,
W.G. Calder, pastor Sunday, Aug 211
Services II u.m , 7:1)0 pm, Sinn ny
Schiiol and Pastor's Bible Class. 2.80
p. in. Prayer meeting on Wi dues
day St p.ni Choir pram he and teach
era' meeting, Friday H p in,
METHOIIIST— Ivev I' W. Illlll, piistnl
Services on Sunday us follows •—
7:80 p.m., service conducted !>) Bev ,1.
R,   It.ii eilsoi      2:8o   p m    S 1 iy
School and liil.lt* Class. In.lhe in r.t
ing iho congregation will wriiship It
Knox ('lunch     Everyb uly wild	
Knox Pkkshytkuian—.1 h lloberl-
son, B. I), minister, The cugrega.
tion will worship in ih even llg a'
the Metht'ilift Cliuroh. Moining sit
vice at II o'clock, noiidiic ed by Ilu
pastor, subject, "A Greul Fiieudship."
Sunday Sohool at 2:80 p ,„,
Baptist—Bev. W. P. Freeman, B A
pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:80
p.m. Sunday school and Bible class at
2.30 p. in B, Y. P. II. Monday at 8
p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8
p in. All are invited to those services
Bev. I). Hatt of Vancouver will con
duct the services.
St. PKTER'S"(Angllcan)—Rev, 0. A.
Procunier, M.A., Bector. There will
be no services tomorrow, the painting
not lieing completed.
The Man With
the WonderM Power
THE HEALER
Edward Olney
In the few days Mr. Olney bus heen
in our city he bus itc.e.iinp'ished work
little dreamed of by most people.
One lady of ibis eily was healed ol
rheumatism and i nr eenilennin ot
stomach trouble
It is the healer's dtsuc in aid those
who are sick and -uttering in Ibis city
while he ia here, and I" iiiTonitniidute
those who havo bun uii.thlu tn see
bim. Mr. Olney will l e lu his ellice
Sunday from 10 a.m. Until 5 p. III. He
will be in the city until the lirst. ol
the week and eveiynne should lake
advantage of this op .nn nitty to lie
healed lie can be seen in the parlors
of the Union Hotel   Co snllation free.
W A JN T I _ D
1J-.0R SALE   Two go ■ ,l  Milk Cows
'    Fur particular- apply   to  Jaine
Koighlv.
I OAT—Gold llnoib,-el wilh pearls
_j uud ilininoinls, between l-l. and
8rd. Si reels, easl. He tun to Mrs
Miuey, Hid. Sl.rt-cl, and reteli-ed .$."i.llu
reward.
WANTED TO LEI II ro ed
house partly furnished, $26,
Broomed house $12—Apply Columbia
Agencies, Limited,
WANTED -Distrlet Agent for Ac-
cient. Sickness, Begislrulion
.md [den ti Hen tion Policies, which have
novel features. Dig commlHSion for
tight pit rt). l'i iiii i ll hi-- low, Applv
11. (I. Brown, III King-ton Hi.. Victoria, H 0.
NOTICE
Wl'.ST Kilt i'i' i:\.\V I.ANII DlHTIIKT
Tnke Notice I.h.nl (HI d <Vs lifter it.it
I AHhur E. E'.'ins. nl Itiiiton. II. C
oci ilp.nliiilt. piospi einr, ll tend I
lipillV b'l i tins lull lo pun tin- e l I),
following llebcrilll'd   I.I'lil'-   situ ilel   it
Fish  Itiver,  iu   Wi si   Knoii'iiiiv di-
tint.
(t'sllilneni io_ ill th* Itol'l h-e.|sl ri I'
mi i f A ll M n k.iv'-pfe cnipn ti No
7,805, ninl in ilk' d "A. E. l'.\ uu
N'silhU'st r..itnt I'nsl." ihenie S
chaiiiH tn west Ihi" of McKliiiinn's
pi e eittpt inn; ibence fill chuins smilh,
I hence 8  chuins   west   in   MticKny'-
I belli •' tint I I, .Vl I hill us In pi lllll  nl I "III
ineiiccniciil, tmilniiiing IU uei-es  liinre
oi leva,
Lot tiled   August  Hill.  I HUH.
A   IC   EVANH,  Luei	
(>0-<H><_K><><_KK>-0<KX-CK>0<><>0<^^
CLEARING SALE AT COST
No Bogus Sale
Having vacated n > premisei  opposiie lhe  Union  Hotel  to
Ibe Northern Crown Bank,  it   necessitates me to clear away a
ucry   large   and    Oompiete   Slock   including   sonic   fiOO  pair   ot
hand made and Store ah is,   burners,  muldlcry,   trunks, val Ilea
ami fancy leather k"' di si oust,
I.OGUIN'O BOOTS AND HARNB8H A HPF.ri A I.TV.
E. A. SPRING
Boot   and   Harness    Manufacturer
Tompornry Promlsos, Ideal Furniture 8toro
Opposite the Windsor Hotel - FIIIST HTHF.ET
6 <_KK><M_K><-K_K><KK> OKH><><>CHK><H><H><
CHOOL wltjCNtW CLOTH _Sl
ntMBf.
t|ey hatc to Start *
>tlTH THCOLDCAr.nr:r.TS
HAPPY    m^^m^^m
f school MS & /fro^r*.
DC/VtH'T \     ,\     1
The best stock to fit out the children
and the prices will fit your purse at
MCLENNAN'S
SIGNAL SMUTS
A SIGNAL SI! HIT will
outwear tiny oilier iimtle, lu-
ctiuse Union Workmanship
mul highest gruilu   iniiterials
ctunliiiii'd, uml le'.-ni-e lhe
o ci who pi.in  ih,.  garments
ninli rslllllll   lllll   lieeil.-   of   the
railroad men. They are cut
for comfort. The Signal Shin
at Hii.75 surpasses all others
in details for comfort.
MCRAE MERCANTILE   CO.
IF THE CLASS LOOKS TOO BIG
belter not Bay a woid till you have
drank the soda we fcrve you. Then
you'll only wish it had been bigi-er
and tbat you could hold more. For
if there is a perfictly satislying, delicious drink on the earth it. i- a glass
o! our famous srula. Slop and havo
at least one. If yi nr capacity were
equal to ynur desire you would want
a d"Z"ii.
Mannings (My Palace
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFF1U.—WINNIPEG
Capital (authorized)      $6,000,000
11        paid up 2,2oo,ooo
/  Rest, a; : undivided profits        225,ooo
President—Sir D. II   McMillan, K.C.M.Q.   Vice Presidents   Edward Gur-
ney and Oapt, Win. ftohltisnn,   Gen, Man.- .1. \V. deO, O'Grady.
Special attention paid to Savings Bank Deposits
Interest allowed from date of deposit and credited quarterly,
Open every C P. R.  Pay Night, also Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 p. m.
A General Banking Business Transacted
The smallest, account, receives from us the same careful attention
.us the largest one.
Office   Oorner First St. and Connaught Ave.
A.  F.  D.   LACE,   Manager   Revelstoke   Branoh
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Court of Revision
Nolice is hereby given thai ilu* fli-sl
silling nf Ilu-Com I of Bevision, lo revise Ibe us-essioelit, roll for Ihe year
1008, will hn hehl iu the Council Chain-
her,   Oity    Hull, Kevelstoke,  li. C, on
Monday, Bepli 21st, inon, al 7 o'clock
p.m.
August Hllh, UKIS.
IIHCI'E A.  I.AWSON,
Id Cily Clerk,
WANTED
TENDEBSure requested tor the
purchase of l.ota 12 and 18, Block 57.
aituate on Eighth Street, near McKenzie Avenue, in the City of Bevel
stoke. These line building li Is belong
In tbe Mcll.it lllll   Estate, nnd    will    III
sold at a sucrilicc to close up the
eatate. The highest or iinytcndei
not  necessarily  accepted,     Forward
tenders on or hetore    1st   of   October,
liiOH, to the undersigned,
BURNS .t WA1.KEM,
Barrialers, Vancouver,
ltw, 4ws.
YOUR EYES TIRE
OR
Your Head Aches
Consult
OUR  OPTICIAN
Eyes Tested
Glasses Fitted
J. GUY BARBER
.   0, H. B. WATC'l INSI'EOTOK  .
^^      -i   .       . i i..*'^
FIRST CLASS
FRESH TIMOTHY HAY
All    kinds   ot   nuw
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
Dialers in
SILK AND CHINA
DRESSMAKING A SPECIALTY
Wall Chung, - Front St.
P, 0, Box, 200. 1'iionk 20
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