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Array I
"Empire" Typewriter
Km' e.see ol operation and peifm-linn
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Is unsurpii..KPi|      Price, .(IU.U0 Cash.
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The Mail-Repaid
DRY FIRE WOOD
Special I'rices on
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E. W. B. PAGET, [ McKenzie Ave.
TELEPHONE   71
Vol.   14.-N0   80
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 24, 1908
S2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume C.^.*-  1
Stores ci Air_-■._.toad anil Revelstoke.
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-\
"QUALITY'
Wc can take your
measure and de'ivcr
you a Suit  of swell    1 \
clothes in two week.'.
This c'othing is
made hy "Lowndes"
of Toronto,Ont., the
greatest wholesale
(to measure) tailors
in Canada. Just now
we are showing a
swell new range of
Fall and Winter
Tweeds and wors.
teds.
Better come and leave your order before the
Xmas rush.
You are sure to need a New Suit this *Fall.
We can sell you suits like the best dressers in the
vicinity wear, at
$25 Per Suit
WHY PAY MORE?
>-__..
I
C. B. HUME & CO.,  LIMITED
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
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WINTER SUPPLIES
HEATING SOVEIS—We   only   carry  the    best   of all
maken, every one guaranteed to give satisfaction.
OIL HEATERS—Just the thing to take  the chill off
lhe room.
ASH SIFTERS that are Coal Savers', Fire Shovels, Mien,
I'okers.
HOUSE BLANKETS—We have a  large and  well assorted  stock.    Can   give   lumber   campB   wholesale
rules by the dozen.
BLACK AND GREY ROBES—Get   one early, as last
yenr we sold out at the lirst cold snap.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TIN8Ml THING> PLUMBING        ELECTRIC WORK
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
$10,000,000.00
4,990,000.00
4,990,000.00
Brunches «r Agents at all principal points, in Canada.
Agents In Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyd- Hank, Lid. Obloago Kirst National Hunk, Coin Exchange
National Hank. Seattle .Seattle National Hunk, San PnwolsCO—
Wells Fargo, Nevada National Hunk. 8;-r;kiiiic -Exohange National Hunk.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest credited four
times a year.   Special attention given to out-of-town accounts.
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
w ' " "     '" ""*"*" '' _Ei
LADIES'   FURS!!
MY I-11 _ST SHIPMENT
OF LADIES'  FURS
JUST ARRIVED
FANCY   COLLARS,
BELTS,   FTC.
See them   before buying
elsewhere.
t
MISS A. MASLEN
Opposite Climax Hotel, Kirst Sired.
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION
Important Addresses by Prominent Men
The second British Columbia Pro
vincial Sunday School convention
will be held in this city on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 27, 28,
29. The principal Bpeaker will be
VV. C. Pearce, International Superintendent of llie adult department. Thia
promises to be the greatest religious
gathering ever held in the province.
The general theme ia "The Twentieth Century Sunday school organized
for effectual work." The different
phases of the organization and work of
the up-to-date Sunday school will be
discussal. I'he Sunday school should
he the right arm of (he church in all
lines of Christian effort, hence this
convention will endeavor to show
what the Twentieth Century Sundiy
school should do in training workers
in soul winning, in character building,
iu moral reform, in reaching the
homes, in reaching the neglected
masses, aud many other live questions
The lirst session takes place Tuesday"
evening at 8 o'clock. The following
gent! men will give the addreeses of
welcome: Mayor Lindmark on toll .If of the Cily; Rev VV P Freeman
for the Churches; and F VV. Latng on
behalf nf the local Sunday schools
VV C. Pearce, rf Chleagn, will slso
address the meeting, taking as his
topin, "The VVml I's Greatest Syndicate."
We 'nesduy morning at. nine o'clock
the convention will open with a devotional > a'f-liour,aud at live minutrs
|iasl nine, the doors will he closed unlil 9:80.
The afternoon ses»ion siuiIb at 2
t'clook and the evening at 8 o'crock.
Amongst those who will he present
from outside points are Rev. J, T.
Ferguson, J. Patrick, of Nelson; Rev.
F. J. Rutherford, Rev. A. Kenmnre,
Slocan; Rev. Dr. Osterhout, Vernon;
Principal Sawyer, LL.D., ol Summer-
land College; and Stuart. Muirhead,
general secretary, of the I.S.S.A., for
British Columbia,
Anniversary Festival
The seventeenth anniversary festival
of the Methodist church was held in
the Selkirk Hall on Thursday evening
in the form of a sumptuous "beau
leust." A large quantity ol delicacies
of evety description consisting of Boston beans, pumpkins, lemon end apple pies, and other thing, too numerous In mention, lor which the ladies
aid of this church are noted, had heen
prepared, and arranged in dazzling
and tempting display before the large
crowds that surged into the hall almut
supper time. The cold atmosphere
outside nude the genial warmth withindoors all the more pleasant, and in
spite of the quantity of good cheer
prepared, there was not enough left
over alter the "inner man" had been
(ed lo Cil tbe proverbial twelve baskets. During tbe supper a go<>d programme of instrumental music was
rendered by prominent and talented
memliers cf the chinch. Voting and
old alike spent a most enjoyable time,
the excellent Biipper to which all did
ample justice, permeated all present
with a feeling of benign and genial
bonhomie,» trait of charade fur which
the worthy and popular pastor ol the
Methodist church sets a good example
Churches.
Catholic. — Rev. Father Coccola
pastor. Services are held on tbe First
and Third Sundays in every month
at the following hours: 8 a.m. Communion Mass; 10:30 a.m. High .Vass
and Sermon; 2 p.m. Baptisms; 2:30
p.m. Sunday School; 7:30p.m. Rosary,
Instruction and Benediction.
St Andrew's Pkksuytkkias—Kev.
W.C. Calder, pastor. Sunday, Oct 26
Services 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m., Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible Class, 2.30
p. m. Prayer meeting on Wednesday 8 p.m. Choir practice and teachers' meeting, Friday 8 p m,
Knox Presbyterian—J. R. Robertson, B.D., minister. Sunday servicea
at ll am. and 7,30p.m. Sunday
School and Pastor's Bible Class at 2 110
p.m Morning suhject, "A Prophet's
Charge Against a King." Kvening
subject, "The Church in Relation to
Politics." Oood music Prayer meeting on Wednesday night. Choir practice on Fraiday night. Welcome to
all and strangers specially invited.
Baptist—Rev. W. P. Freeman, B.A.
pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. Sunday school and Bible class at
2.30 p. m B. Y. P. U. Monday at 8
p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8
p m. All are invited to these services.
Morning suhject, "Foreign Missions."
An offering will be taken in aid ol the
Foreign Mission Fund. Evening subject, "The First Word from the Cross."
Methoihbt— Kev T.W. Hall, pastor.
Services on Sunday as follows •—
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sun-
d.iy School snd Bihlo Class at 2:30 p.
in. Evening service at 7:30 p.m
Morning subject, "The use of our lesser
gifts insures greater gifts." Evening,
"Nigbt and Mi ruing with the Church
of God." Because ol I reparation for
the S. S. convention, Epworth league
work will be cancelled Monday oven
ing. The S. S. convention will meet
in thia church,holding the first public
service on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
St. PCTES'l (Anglican)—Kev. C. A.
Procunier, M.A., Hector, lllth Sunday after Trinity, services, 8 a.m. Holy
('ommiinioii. At 11 a.m. Matins, and
Sermon. 7.30 p.m. l-.voneoiig. 2.30
P in. Sunday School.
CORONER'S INQUEST
Jury Returns Verdict of Accidental Death
The inquest on tbe body of Alex.
M. McLennan, who was killed at
Sicamous on Monday evening while
acting in his capacity as brakeman,
and switching cars, was held in the
city prlloe station on Wednesday
afternoi i 'y coroner Dr. Hamilton.
From tin idence produced it showed
lhnl own. io the curve in the track
at Sicamous where switching was
done, the brakemen could not see each
other and no one saw the accident
happen and knew that anything
serious had occurred until McLennan
was heard to cry out.. The head
brakeman ran up and found the deceased pinned between the drawbars
of the cars. He at once gave the
signal to the engineer who pulled the
cars apart and releised the unfortunate man. The conductor at the
time of the accident was iu tbe
station bouse No direct evidence was
brought to show how the accident
exactly happened and the j iry brought
ill llie following verdict :
'- We find that ihedi-ce ihi d came to
his de.iih by beii.g caught between the
drawb ir.. of lhe c-ira while switching
at Sicamous. We lind ulau that death
was accidental and tlmt no hi une c»n
he utluchi d to any person   nr   peraous.
COLUMBIA   TRAFFIC   BRIDGE
Mr. Gamble States That Work
Will Soon Commence
F. C. Gamble, chief provincial engineer, came up from the south on
Thursday evening en route for the
coast. Mr. Gamble stitcd that the
plans for the new government trallic
bridge across the Columbia River at
this point were web in bund and
would be completed almost at once,
when tenders would lie called frr the
work. He said that there would be
ample time to complete the bridge
reasonably early next year. Mr
Gamble also said that the soundings
and surveys for the piers of the structure were all ready and the location
had been decided some little time ago
which would bo a little above tbe
present C.P.R. bridge. He corroborated Mr. FultonS state eut that tbe
bridge when completed would be a
credit to the government. In connection with tbe new bridge over the
lllecillewaet River, loo, plans were
already prepared and tenders would be
called shortly.
From these statements it appears
tbat tbe winter season should be busy
as far as government work goes. We
understand that the provincial government and tbo C.P.R have locked
horns nver Ihe matter of the closing
hy the C P.R. ol the Eagle Pass wagon
road crossing, IJ miles west of here,
and that neither side is ut present
disposed lo give in to the other. The
question will in all probability bo left
to the Railws   Commission  to decide
YOUNG   CONSERVATIVES
Enthusiastic Meeting—Election
of Officers
An enthusiastic and well attended
meeting of Conservatives, young and
old, took place on Wednesday evening
in the Conservative Association rooms
in the Burns Block. The occasion
was tbe election ol ollicers of (he
Young Conservative Club, and inci-
dentally- an evening's entertainment
for the faithful.
A long and first-class musical entertainment was provided, and a good
time was enjoyed by all present. T.
Taylor, MP. 1', Mayor Lindmark and
others gave eloquent addresses, touching on the it-sues of the day, as well as
general matters of home interest. It
was decided that entertainments and
social evenings bo held every Weil
nesday. The lollowing offloi rs were
elected:
President—W. A. Sturdy.
1st Vice—W. A. Chambers.
2nd Vice— E R. Besle.
Secretary—J. G. McLean
Executive—W. A. Smythe, B. R.
Blacklock, (1. Bell, E. R. Beale, Noil
Mc.Kiichern
The meeting on Wednesday wsb one
of the largest and most siiccobsIuI of
any held in Revelstoke. A large number ol new mimes were added to the
list ol members and tho Young Ci n-
servative Club is established on linn
lines.
Power and Heating Rates
At   the   laat   session   ol   the Fire,
Water   and   Light   Committee ol tbe
("ity Council, the   lollowing   rules lor
electric power and boat wore fixed:
Power Kates—
1st 100 k.w, at 12c. por k.w.
2nd    lie,
3rd "     "    "   <!c.
Over 300 k.w 2Jc. per k.w.
Meter rent—25o.
Hosting Rates—
A II t rale ol Go. por k.w. for itovos,
radiators, etc.
It's gond, its bettor than any other,
and it's the best on tho market, Ram
Lai's Tea in 1 lb., 3 Ib. and G Ib.
packages. Try it I For sale at C.
B. Hume ife Co,
BOARD OF TRADE
Fire Limits  in   the City Discussed
A meeting of the Board of Trade
was held last night in the City Hall
with good attendance.
President F. B. Lewis took tIndian-. H. Cunningham-Morris was
appointed aa secretary pro tern.
The minutes of the lust meeting
were read and adopted.
Several communications were read
and disposed of.
The question of the Columbia
trallic bridge was discussed. Robert
Gordon stating that Mr. Gamble, the
engineer, informed bin that tho plans
were nearly ready. Mr. Gordon also
said that in all probability the new
lllecillewaet bridge would be constructed by days'work. In discussing
the Dominion Government dam,
Mayor Lindmark said that the Board
Bhould express its thanks to Mr.
Aylmer for the success of tbe work
and a res ilution was passed that the
Board express its satisfaction in the
completion o' the work as carried out
by Mr. Aylmer. Copies of the resolution nil1 he sent to Mr. Aylmer and
the Miirsterof Public Works.
Miyor Lindmark b.ought up. the
question of die limits and the advis-
ahiliiy of having lhe sume The
question was fully discussed und the
dangers of lire traps in many pirts of
the city commented upon. The Boa id
felt, that limits should not be to small
The mailer of fire limits by law and
building permits was fully taken up
and a res lution was passed that lhe
Hoard expresses its opinion that the
time bus come when the question nf
lire limits in tiie city should receive
lue car ful considi ration o( the City
Council
11. Tupping th, n brought up the
matter of /his being turned down in
Iheapp intment as manager of the
Revelstoke bomb at the Calgary fair.
He dramatically accused tho Board of
insulting him and giving him the
cold shoulder and of stating to him
what was not true. After a severe
questioning of several members of the
Hoard who explained « oat they knew
of the affair, the matter was cm-
eluded to the evident satisfaction of
all concerned.
A resolution was passed appointing
11. Cunningham   Morris  as secretary
I the Board for  the  balance of  the
year.
The meeting then adjourned.
HOSPITAL WHIST PARTY
Successful Event on Thursday
Night 	
The progressive whist party held
under th • auspices of the l.adica'
Hospital Guild took place on Thursday evening at the City Hall. Those
who looked alter the ticket
Belling report every one sold. About
sixteen tables were filled and play wns
kept up till a late hour. The feature
of the evening was an excellent supper
served in the Council chamber which
was really a credit to IhoBe who were
instrumental in preparing the same,
the sandwiches, for which Revelstoke
ladies were famous, were pronounced
first class. The evening passed most
pleasantly, and after the tally cards
were collected and examined, the
following were declared prize winners.
Mrs. Tomlinson, Miss Betty McLennan, Rev. C. A. Procunier and Mr.
Elliott.
The affair was voted an unqualified
success and nothing marred Ihe proceedings until the e d, when some
person or persons with a poor idea ol
a joke, >. ot. busy with tbe ladies wraps,
rubbers, dinks, etc, mixing them all
up and doing more or less temporary
d tillage Such actions on the part ol
Mich childish and inconsequent persons cull for vigorous comment and it
is hard to believe anyone in Revelstoke could lie so foolish an to play a
trick like this, aud then think it
funny. Naturally the ladies feel sore
and indignant, but, however, nothing
serious resulted. Wc can add, with
apologies to Kipling, the whist party
recessional.
" The tumult and lhu chillier cease;
The irate card players soon depart:
lu city hall reigns a heavenly peace!
Sweel .stillness lulls   bol li   head  and
heart.
Why muse on cloaks und duds upset 1
We'll jUft forgot. Oh I  Just forget."
FIELD TUNNEL
Expect Work to Be Completed
Early Next Year
Advices from Field stato that all
outside work in connection with the
reduction of the Big Hill grade at
Field would be. completed inside ol
Iho next three or four weeks. At thn
present lime some (100 men aro employed there hut this force will shortly
bo much reduced. It is expected that
tho entire work will be completed
aliout February next. Hospital arrangements have, of course, been for
the use of the mon on the work, for
which thov pay at tho ruto of one
dollar per month, There is s (loot .r
and assistant doctor in charge and
one n ii rsv to look after any who may
be injured, or otherwise require medical attention. There is accommodu
tion for Ifi patients.
Hunters'
Supplies
Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition, Good Hunting
Knives, Axes, Fishing
Tackle and other sporting goods.
RANGES   AND   HEATERS
We are showing the best line of Heaters, Ranges, elc., thut
has heen seen in Kevelstoke und our increasing sales prove that
we have the right goods and prices.
Our Plumbing department is up-to-date and we are doing
the best win ,.   hal la done in the citv.
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES
HA HO WARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
Those cravenette*
AND RAINCOATS
COME IN HANDY
Rain has fallen since the world began. Rain jj
will fall as long as the world lasts. It makes a delightful feeling to \v_\Jk out in the rain wearing a
nice cravenette and not getting soaked, besides, a
cravenette is just as good lor sunshine as any other
kind of overcoat.
All cravenette coats arc not alike you might as
well get one that has style. When you are at it
come to the store that has style in cravenettes.
Wc also carry a tine assortment of Umbrellas
and Rubbers for Rainv weather.
McKinnon C& Sutherland
J
The Canadian Bank
of Commerce
Kiitiin Hurlbut  and   Crano's   high
grade note paper at Bews' Drug Store
Sec our corner  window   for dinner
sets.   Only a low left at reduced price. I bull bearing 18.00 line fur fl.00
Got one   C. B. Hume A Co, 1 rencc Hardware Co.
ESTABLISHED 1867
Head Office, TORONTO
B. E. WALKER, Preaident
ALEX. LAIRD. Gen. Mgr.
Paid-up Capital $10,000,000   Reserve Fund $5,000,000
Branches throughout Canada, and in United Statea and England
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of .1 and upwards are received and interest
allowed at current rates, und is paid four times a year. Accounts
may be opened in the names of two or more |iersons, withdrawals to be made by any one ol the number or by the BUrvivor.
Revelstoke Branch—A. H. Allen, Manager
M
oney
toL
oan
At 8 Per Gent.
SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INS.RANCH
NOI ARIES fUBLIC
LOANS
Holler skates to clear out—our $1 50
children's Biie lor 11.00 and our   best
I/I1W-
('elery, cranberries, cauliflower, ripe
and green tomatoes, pumpkin, red
cabbage and all kinds ol Iresh vegetables to-day.   C. B. Hume A Co, THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Cbc  _T_>a..*1bcvalb.
HunusHrcn Wednesday ind satur-
HAY   AT
IKKVELSTOKE, B.C
MURPHY & FISH i.I.
Barristers, Solicitors,   Etc.
O T T A W A
Parliamen' n v,    Departmental
and  Patent OiYiee Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
('has. Murphy.
G
Hakoi.ii Fishek
ill.I.AN A ELLIOTT
T
'    ollcitora, etc.,
BKVBUSTOKE amiTIIIU'T I.AKK 11. ('.
L CI|LLA> J. I'. KI.I.IOII
HARVEY, McCARTER
ANI) l'i
HAM,
BARBIBrSMS, SULK ITOBb, H.TC.
iMfiHiAi.   Hank
Omen
stoke, H. 0,
Mottey *.o loan.
Offlcea: Revelstoke, ii I
-KO. rf. MoOA&TZH,
I.  M.   l'lNKIUM,
Uevol.toke, ll  i
Kn.vi.1.
Cranbrook, 11 l'.
J, A.   llAIKKl.
Cranbrook, ti.
J. M. Bcott LL
ClOOTT   o.   BRIGGS
W. |. HriKK-.
Barristers, Solicitors, Ki
Mi inky To Loan
SOLICITORS POR Mdl.SUN"   tiANlv
Fi. -i Street.
lOBERT SMITH
Re. i
uke,   H.i
K
Provincial Land Surveyor
Mining Suiveyi
Kngii.eeiiig
MtKKNKIE  AVENUE,
Hox luu, Rkvklstokh
M
iss M. E. CREIGHTON
Certificated Teacher "I
Piano, VochI Theory.
Musical Kindergarten
Classes (or young children.
Sliidin ove
BEWS' DRUG Sl'dl.l"
Black
Watch
Remarkable   for
richness
aiid
pit
\
leasing
flavor. The big black
plug chewing tobacco.
2207
Zbc flDalMbeualb
There i? .-u tnucli bad in llie best uf lis.
And .it much „ihk1 in tlm worst ol us",
That it hardly bohuustes any of us,
To talk alioiil the ro.l of us.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1908
HOW TO VOTE
(*ue man,  one  vote,  is  a  right
uot a privilege  and  such   a  right
should be appreciated accordingly.
Throughout B. V. to-day  there  are
hundreds of men who are consi.er-
ing  which   party   they   will  cast
their rotes for.      The right lo vote
i= a right that is sometimes   laken
loo iigiitly and at  this   time  il   is
not out of place   to   consider   ihe
questions of   using   the  franchise
and of  how   ii   should   be   used.
Such a right should be appreciated
^viti.   '.he keen realization   of its
e.oiiseiiuent    duties.      One   of   the
chiel   questions   thai  confronts  a
man. it, at? to which parly   will   lie
favoi   best for   his   province and
which party  i.-  the   most earliest
t- a party (•; further the  interests
of hi.- province,    The  other  main
questions will   be,   "which   of   the
candidates should be favored  from
the personal standpoint."    Ancient
history is more or less  immaterial.
Tin- record  of   an administration
seeking a return  to power   is the
consideration on  the  other   hand.
Take,  for   instance,   the    present
campaign, the voter  will question
the record oi lhe Laurier govern-
meiit. question what of  the credit
is due  to   it.elf   and   tubal   to its
predecessor!    and   question   also
those tiling.-  to whiol    the opposition lakes exception.   He must
lecidu in hia opinion  whether  lhe
majority  should   rule  or  whether
tliose who believe one  way on a
certain question should   be  handicapped by the requirement  ol a 60
per   cent,   vote;   lie   must  decide
whether it  is   rifjlit   or   wrong  lo
guarantee    millions   to   wealthy
corporations and  be  musl   decide
whether be   think,   many  things
right or wrong.   Many voters  will
reach the conclusion that   many uf
the objection*,  lo the administration are points well made, so tlmt
many ol the objections are   not  so
serious as claimed; and some tlmt
parties are  well  balanced,    Even
wiiero one is lirmly convinced tlmt
one psrty is  unquestionably more
deserving than tbe other, the personal equation must be taken  into
consideration,    In  every  case  a
man, voting,  and especially   when
Banff Hard Coal
\\ c arc now receiving a lul
different si/.es of this Coal,
mestic fuel on the market.
All orders will
coril\ attended
supp
the
Iy of
)(JSt
the
do-
be promptly
to.
and satisfac-
Try some BRIQUETTES in your
Open (.rale.
wince nr
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
house h
lowing
ihe top, 80 feel
II I.i!
eli
du
for 21 hull's,
psiuirs eveiy
voting for the first time, should pee
that he vote? for u man who will
add to the upholding of the nation
on which side lie might he. But
whatever be tho conclusion the
thinking man might reach, it. is
most important that he should
cast his vote according to his conscience, although in these days of
political strife that does not count
for much. Once he does that if it
be possible, he will always main-
that independence, even if he Incomes a party urn, that is so
much needed in Mie development
of the highest type of democratic
citizenship.
ELECTRIC POWER VALUE.
A List of Uses lo Which Electricity Can Te Put To.
Now that electric power and electric
heat is ari-iluble and rales for suite
having heen stiu k, vie publish Mow
a list of things that a ki o.vuit h u of
electricity will do, Il ie a good way
lo sell electricity, und to bring home
to the public mind thj versatility and
wide range of application of electrical
he following per-
1 it vague, hut the
1 'King   and   cou
nt   Un
j nirnev.
Iiini a
On try
■It.   fur .i w ek.
Knp ymir et Il'ee pot warm at the
breakfast iu'-le every day for a week.
Carry   yon   three  mileB in un elec-j
trioal brougham,
ltei.elnt.oke pei pie can take Iheir
choice of what tin y want from this
list.
B. C. TRAFFIC INCREASES
Crops Have a  Marked  Effect
on Business
F. F. Bus teed, general superintend.
eut of the 1'acilic division ol the
C.r.R., who was in Winnipeg last
week, said :
■■ Everything is progressing rapidly
iu the coast province," and trullic ia
now very heavy. The good crops in
Manitoba and tin western provinces
are, of course, resp usible for it nil,
not i hal there is niiich w'.ie.' moving
in the coast province, but hu'.nme the
good ciop in M.uiitnba has ie tored
a feeling of conliile '0, The lumber
trallic ia | aiticn'in Iy heavy for this
BBusiiii uf the jtu in d nil the mi I la
j tie beginning to receive larger order-1
j Heavy shipment- a e being anil east
to lie consult:-s in Manitoba and
Saskatchewan. Tlie tourist trallic i-,
of course over and in thia d. partment
tbe year's business was such th.it the
company officials wen: well pleased.
All through the summer montho the
travel was heavy nnd iliousuml-i of
people vi.-ited the fumoua resorts in
Uiitisli Columbia."
WHEN BUYING JEWELRY
i In
reputation is a potent f.ic-ni' in be
tillered us it is syin. -. m. n- will
quality, nn rii and p" fes oi i he nun's
sold. If you (leal at Hustings', I) ylt A
s.Hum's yt u will kin W loll will le
treated fairly, no • hi rr how you mny
le lacking m technical knowledge of the
value and quality of jowels of any kind
We keep te Iy the beat and choicest.
Where geld is mud it is marled wi'li tne
carat s-'ump, with silver it is Stirling, in
geina .md precious stones their quality ia
fully guaranteed.
HENRY**
Hastings. Doyle & Allum, Limited
A New Carpet
from our choice and h mils.une
stock of Axminstcr, Wiltons, etc.,
will give you holh pleaHiire and
satisfaction when you nee the rich
and beautiful effects of the colors
nud patterns and the durability
of the fabrics       Onr   carpets are
made by the heat, manufactures,
and are made to wear well, as well
us to look well.
R. HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
energy.   .Some
formances   a •   •
list, as a win i . i
vinciiig:
Sa« 300 Is..", ol limber (deal).
Clean 5,000 kni . -.
Keep your feet mui .. for live  hours.
Clean 75 pair of boots.
Clip five horses.
Warm your curling tongs every day
in the year for three minutes and
twice on Sundays.
Warm youi shaving water every
morning for a month.
(live   yuu   12511   impressions   on
Breuiuer roysl printing machine
Kuu a mechanical sieve for two
hours.
Run an electric clock for ten hours.
Iron HO silk bats.
bight 8,000 cigars.
Knead eight sacks of Hour into
.lough.
Kill and cork 250 dozen pint holt lea.
Supply all the air lequind in un
ordinary chinch organ for one service.
Pump 100 gull.ms of water ur other
liquid to a height of 25 feet.
Run a plate polishing machine fur
21 In ni iti.
llun an electric piano for ten hours.
Lift 8J tuns ".") feet io four minutes, I
(live you three Turkish light batbs,
Keep your domestic irons in tiae (or
an hour.
Keep you warm in bed  U .  ii hours
Warm all tbe beds in tin home i y
wanning pun for a f. rtniglr
Give you n lire in your ' I room for
an hour while you sre dressing si tl
undressing.
Boil nine kettles, each boldi _ twu
pints ol water.
1 '■■. - fifteen iho* i io     sen
Kuu .i -... ill rem i ati is'   fan li i -
. ■
Keep   j mr ; reakf isl   ran
hours,
Can**      1301      - tbe butt
RAILROAD ACCIDENTS.
Apropos of the recent sad death
of brakeman Mel.en nan, who was
killed ni Simmons on Monday
while on duly, ihe mortality in
railrniiiliut! in eve y branch on the
conlinenl i annul but he a subject
of com men I. Kor its age and advantages as a civilized country,
this .North American continent
enjoys the reputation of being the
most progressive of all civilized
sections of the globe. It also, according to statistics, suffers from
the reproach of being the most indifferent to human life. A recent
despatch from Ottawa states that
on Canadian railways alone 2,135
persons were killed and 10,655 injured in live years because of accidents, Dining leu years the
United States' railroads killed 10,-
367 persons and injured ii:i,llT.
To use a pertinent illustration;
within the last decade i lere litre
killed und injured on theC median
and United States railroads an
approximately equal number to
that totalizing tbe killed, died of
ilioea.se ami injured during lhe
South African war. simply because these are results of railroad
accidents and devoid ol tbe spectacular interest attaching to engagements isii the Beld of battle
ihey pass with little comment
without reaching the heart,
men who follow railroading and
who bave tbe responsibility daily
in their hands of human life
property and who lose their lives
while   in    lhe   discbarge    of   their
duty, are no less  heroees  than I  e V1 '"**"- -"'Ut..i
■" tnl ... u,,...
soldier in battle, but who .go  down • •, _i" •  ally invited ui
J «   Qaelaud, i -R
H    W.  BOWASIM   it s
CLOSE CALL
Liberal  Leader J. A. Macdon-
a d Has a Narrow Escape
Mr, J. A. Macdonald, IC. C, hud a
narrow escape from Jcn'b last night
at Trail. He went to uddresa a political meeting there und gut oil" the
train in the dark at the arorg
I crossing, He was thrown back almost
under the wheels, but mis saved by
falling against ibe lowest step of the
car. lie was much bruised and
shaken up, but nut seriously   injured.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
RB-VELSTOKB    _B. O.
if»--k.-%.t_-*%%^^.'W%-_^%."v*»>'%*'%-_•%■■%-_.%-_.*-. -_-•%.%•%*■_*.i_r"e
A   neatly  printed   visiting caul is a
a j pleasure to loi k upon
ST. ANN'S  CONVENT
Boarding   School   for    Girls
KAMLOOPS,   B. C.
Children of all Denominations tui.
milted. Complete Preparatory Studies.
High School Course. Musict—Piano,
Insiruin.'ius,       Kor   terms   and   other
particulars apply to—Sister Superior
OPENING    SEPT.    1st.     1908
P.   BUftttS    &    COMPANY,   LIMITED
HEAD OFFICE      ('ALI1AUV.     VI.IIHITA
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
Pork Packers :i nil Dealers in Live Slock M irkiis in all the pilnei
pal Cities and Towns of Alberta. Kritish Cui.itn'ii i ninl the Yukon.
Pickers of the Celebrated Brand "Imp-fit i" Hams and Baton,
i-l " Shamrock" Brand Leaf Lurd.
. ■%-■«_/%-_/%>% %/**_/%^%.%'%^*%-%'%''^%** %%%%•%%%%-% •
.    #
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHOlM,   - FIRST STREET
K-*r Agricultural Implements. Carriages, Wagons Ktc, John
Deere Ploughs, Molina Wagons, Canada -Carriaue Company's
Baggies, Phuiet jr., Garden. Seeders aud Cultivators, Wheel*
wrighl and Blacksmith Work attended to. florae hoeing a
Hi-eci-iky
Central Hotel
_________ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built        First-class in every respect.     All modern convenience
Large Sample {looms.
Rates $1.50 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, und .r  same    managerm-m
Sale of Mineral Claims m
Assessment District
I hereby give nolice that nn -MONDAY, the SECOND DAY of NOV EM BIS It. A. D., ID08, ul lhe hour of III
o'clock in ile- forenoon, nl the Court House, llevelsloke, I shull offei" for sale at public unci ion the mineral claims
in lhe lit hereinafter sel out, ol the persona in the snid list hereinafter set nut, of which Crown Grants huve been
issued, for all unpaid tuxes accrued nnd due and payable nn the IKIIh June, IH08. nnd for the expenses of advertising
i his notice,
If 'bs. taxes unl expenses of advertising, ns set out in snid list are not paid to ine on or before the duy of sale,
the claims may be sold to the highest bidder, and a conveyance executed tn the pui*chas.rof all righl and interest
il   I.um- legally alienated by the Crown bv the Crown Grunts thereol'.
In the event uf there being no purchaser, or If the price offered shall mil he suWulent in puy tho tuxes uud
. M'-i'-s- ofadveftl-ing, th"' land shall revert lo the Piovlnco and the Crown Grants Ihemof shall he deemed void.
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the Farm, Garden Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable varieties ul reasonable prices, No borers, Scale
or fumigation lo damage slock.
No windy agents lo annoy you.
Buy direct and get trees anil
seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee -Supplies,Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cul
Flowers, etc, Oldest. estaba
lished nursery uu the mainland
of B. 0.    Catalogue Tree.
M. J. HENRY'S NU_8E_IES
Green Houses and Seed Houses
VANCOUVER, B. C.
VNURSERIES
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamsn
Line
SAUK
•p
From
Liverpool
From
Montreal
Quebec
Sat. Sep.26 Lk.Manitoba
Fri. Oct. 2 Kmp. Ull In in
Sat.   "   l(ll.k.('liuiii|i|uiiKii. Sep.28
Fri.    " 16 Kiup. Ireland Fii.  Ocl. 2
Sat.    " 21 l,nk." I'M-     Wed.   "   7
Fri.    •'   -I Kmp. lb itnin EH   " Kl
Intermediate Season from Montreal
and Quebec
EMI RI.SKI.S—
J si. Class 2m\. CI. ss-_|ril. Class
St,o oo   $4M 7.s        ' $28 ;s
LAKE MANITOBA—
1 si. Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$72 50       $42 50       $27 50
Other Lake Boats—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$45 00       $27 50
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points   in connection  with  steamship tickets.
Passengers hooked lo Ni rvvuy,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg nnd
all other contlne tnl porls.
Foi furth r Information uppl to
T. W. Bradshaw,    C.B. Foster,
Aifeiit,
Itevelstoke.
A.G.P.A.
Vancouver,
AUTOMOBILE LIVERY
Powerful iue, seats  five, for hire by
tin* day ur ho.11  hi reasonable terms.
Regulai si reel hips all day.
Stands—Union Hotel, Phone 27.
Oriental lintel, Phone IH.
C. turnross, Proprietor.        Phone 41
Wkst Kootknav Land District
Tnke Notice that 00 duve after date
I Arthur E. Evans, of Heaton, B.C.
occupation, prospect or, intend l.o
apply for peiuilssiun to purchase ihe
following described hinds sit mil ed on
Fish River, iu West Kootenay dis-
tlict.
Commencing at the north-east corner ul' A. I). Mnekny'spi-e-cinpti in No.
7.805, mid mucked "A. K. Evans,
Noi'lli-wesl. Cornel" Post," ihence S
chuins to west line of McKlniion's
pre-emptions Hiciiie ryi chains muiih,
thence 8 chains west io MncKnyV,
thenee norlh 50 chains to point Ol" com-
niencenienl, containing -lo acres more
or lei-s.
Located Augn.-i 3rd. 1808.
A. K.  EVANS, Localoi.
NOTICE
1.1ST
;. ;;-.,-.     .HHl.flKt.1]
O    F.
V.M Craig, K ''I (
I-"...i. n. ■•  M   '
irt*   ft.W.Nnithey
to their graves unhonored. Railroad io cidenta really mi^li! to
'■urry an e ei  greater appeal !,o tbe
public attention,  :" i iuee I he' 	
.a a great   meas
md  might   "•■   lu  .•' i'.   eiiniii
were   id   intagi      iken   ul   laical
levelopmenU    I	
rent ion.   In  the interm i
I ra* siting public and ol ih	
earn their livelihood on I he i
roads, is it noi tune Unit governments -iiuulil address them i
to this question ami insist upon
groper methods and measures (or
tbe protection ol passengers and
employees .' Expansion is all
very well, hut it oiikIiI. not to lie
iiiuili; at tlio cosl. uf iifeaiul limb.
C. VV.  O   VV
Mountain   View Camp   Nn.  220
Mm'   '- V ll        Wl   '    ■
\,'"\ fill; Die,    '•"• i    i ...'I.  In   Selkirk   ll.
..r'li.tliy invls. ,:   a ,    .     .
V.  li    HI '.!    ; ,:., .',     ..
I    M. INI',
I'i        Ii     II
bin    11.
\\     I,
-I   ul
h-EVKLHTOKE   "iKRIR \
F. O. E.
i_ri
Local Option an issue
Fernie, B.C., Oot. 28,—A tucoess
ful   local   option   campaign    in   East
Kootenay has been oonducted iiy Rev,
llohert Hughes, ol Cranbrook, nnd
Kev l.ashley Hull, ol Fernie. Enthusiastic meetings wore held in
Cranbrook,   Fernie  snd  Michel     a
resolution wan passed making   this un
is«ue iii provlnolal politics .\o eiec-
tornl league hits been (nriiuil ivith Mr.
.Ihiiush Lanoaster, ol Fernie, president,
Till rn.. ....
Hall  as-nry  Tasadai
.- Iir.it Is rn,, nrs. finrtilally n.vii^'l
.1     I.K
W   B, M.-Mi      I",   •-.
Kontnntty  lwl«-   No.     '•   a   '   *   a   m
-      Hilar maat-
M (HONIi TEMPLE
Odd fallow   il.
thS l.lnr.l   \l .
iaeh   ittoi ■
■'. '.UK l.rstll
rsii.     f..rs|.silly    wal
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SKI.KIKK  LODGK Ni
12, l.(i. o  V
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UIIIT. ».(
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Itirli   (lull .si *,,', I,,. I,
■-'i .iilog bratnrsii ns.
sillai.'l
i JAS  M inin:   i.
Cold Rnngo Lodge, K of P.
No. in,  Rovolntokn, 0 C.
11V        KIINKHIM
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.1 'd.lnlliwi
.      Vlaliin
-rlhslly    m vi (nl
Coursier'.
Cooking.
Conl   for  Com lor t   nnd
II   ' I VNINUIIWI MHIIKIrl. I    l
II   II. IIIKM K    K    nt   II   A 1,
J    11   Hi ON'. .11,
VV    \    lii.syt.,1.
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Hinll.li ' "i'i
Dalpl M  .v lift, i ■
I).ilrtl nl  li'evt
ABOVE   MEN
TION El):
DESCRIPTION OK
CLAIM
UNPAID
TAXKK
52 IS)
'it's
2 <M)
1
j    TOT A I.
1
*'iim Inn 'iiiI,             Lot N
i. .1705      Group 1
51 00
Arabian                            "
27:m          "   l
1)6 (HI
2 0U
07 00
VietorlalV
2781            "   1
(15 no
2 00
(17 00
Belcher
•_7:i,*i           "   t
02 ."id
2 (HI
III 50
Maple lieuf
2im          ■■   i
15 (HI
2 (HI
17 (Ml
Ptth'vlew
2707              "    1
06 (10
2 (Ml
07 uo
270S               "    1
20 no
2 IH)
22 IM)
Sbauirtiek                               "
2700               "    1
02 60
2 (HI
IH 50
Kiili-ui,
5408            "   1
'       HI IH)
2 OU
'   1" (Ml
Vfj lb Nu, 2
."iHII                  "     1
17 IM)
2 IM)
III .'.
Dundee                             "
5842            "   1
16 .'si
2 (HI
1      17 50
< 'li i .-fin in
581?            "   1
1 (HI
2 00
0 00
llllebess
.-•Kill                 "     1
III od
2 llll
1      12 50
Hllvor Tip No. -                 "
38.17            *'   1
211 (HI
2 IH)
2K IH)
liimsli
."sSlil            "   1
16 60
2 IM)
17 50
Poil land
.'iK.Vi              ••    1
:il 50
2 00
88 60
Kaatei-n King
IH2H                 "     1
1:111 (Hi
2 (M)
182 00
l.t'llf  .lue
2728            "   1
IK) IM)
2 IMI
101 (M)
Molly
2727            "   1
118 (Mi
2 IMI
115 IM)
Molly li.i'h"!.
2720               "    1
10 60
2 IM)
IK 51)
Win  Eagle
2."is:i               ■■    1
Kl ."ill
2 (Ml
IH 50
Ne«  V"ik
."i:i2.:i           ••   1
27 7.".
2 00
211 75
IIiihIoii
6820            "   1
It'l 75
2 (M)
85 75
Chicago                           "
5:127            "   I
28 60
2 00
80 50
Muiilieul
."■;i2H          ••   1
28 _.">
2 (Ml
25 25
Ban Francisco
6828           "   1
:i» (Mi
2 (Ml
41 00
Fail-view                                       "
6880           "   1
80 00
2 IN)
41 00
,M"iru|iiihlan I'Vsel inn        "
6881            "   1
4 SO
2 00
li 50
Chlcaffu Krui'iioii              "
6882            "   1
5 25
2 (X)
7 25
Kamloops
Ill.*i2              "    1
17 60
2 (Ml
10 50
Triune
E081            "   1
25 50
2 00
27 50
Enterprise
•VW2               "    1
25 00
2 Ol
27 00
Silver Chiel
.•■OKI                "    1
18 60
2 (M)
20 50
Kiimltiops Ki action             "
608.            "   1
'A (M)
2 00
5 00
Iti-venge                                        "
6086            "   1
10 no
2 IS)
12 50
I X L
1727               "    1
25 80
2 IM)
27 50
1 X L Ki,til ion
IIIIIII               "    1
26 (Hi
2 (N)
27 00
llulTinaii
IHI7               "    1
80 (Ml
2 00
41 01)
Alliens
IMIU                 "     1
:tu imi
2 (Ml
II IH)
1 lllploK
8(182            "   1
20 (HI
2 (Ml
28 (Ml
('npppi King                    "
:is:i,"i           ••   1
20 (M)
2 00
2H (Ml
Hig Four
lIKIIII                 H     1
25 60
2 (Ml
27 50
Mini..lb
8887            "    1    I
2(1 (Ml
2 (M)
2H IMI
HllvnrTIp
..sin            '•   |
2(1 IMI
2 (M)
28 (Ml
Cm by
iiiiii            ■•   I
211 IM)
2 00
2g imi
Muilillaio M
800.            "   1
80 75
2 (H)
82 76
Meadow Unpen
8005            ■■   1
tl (Ml
2 IMI
25 (HI
Kiiiin.i
6407            "   1
66 (H)
2 (Ml
57 (M)
.M1NKKAI. CLAIM
IN  THE   MATTKtt   OK   AN   APPLICATION
tor tho Issue of a duplloato Oortlfloata of min
to Lot 10V7, Uroup One. Illatrlot of Kootenay,
lino I'lssiiri)     Miuoral Claim luxoeptinij un
undivided qno-tweltUi Internet tluiroln).
NOTICK IS IIKKKBY (1IVKN that ft Is my
intuliltoii to iHHiiti al lho expiration of ouu
month nfter the Ihst publication hereof n
duplicate ot tho rcrtiAaate of Title for lot
l(H)7, oniiip (inn Dlstriot of Kootonay "Trim
Flssiir iiiinerii, I'liilm (exooptingan undivided
oiiO'twolflh interest theroliij In lho nnmo nf
I humus limvtis-. wllloll 1 urtillciite Is dm eil the
17th of luoh, ISII7, mul uumuisml 82113 I'll. Y. MACLEOD.
r     , ,.   , Dlstriot KoKlslrsr.
Lund Poglstry v IHcf, Nelson, H. O.
Beptembor lOi Ii, iimis.
TKNDKII8 FOB DHEDQ1NQ
OKALKi) TENDERS iulilrosM.il tn llie undsi
y)   simutd nnd nuiliirsoil ' Tnuilor far DredlflnK
I'niil Hiirlintir." will Im rural ed until Friday,
until October, Hies, nt I w p m., fnr dredaing m-
inilrnd ut Coal  Hlirb.iur, \ .tunnniir. Pruvilirti
of Uritish (Itiliiiiihiii..
Touiliirs will nut Im ftilitiidorei! uiilnss nindn
mi tint tiirin Hiippll-d. mul aimed will, tlu-nn.
mil siKlilitllrtts i.I t -I..!, i   , ,,
H|is"i"illflili,
lililti1
Huh
. (enn   s.f um,!,.,. nun lmt.li.
"I   on   iipplii'al.liin   In   (1. 1. Kuufiir, K-.|  .
lent hiiKiinier, Now Waatiniiislor, und in
lint Dnpnrlniniil «.f Public VViitlt., OttawH
lenders must liiidudu ilm tuwlnaol Um plum
in ninl from the works. Only dreduos enn bo
iinipli.ytid which ururiwisteriid litCiuutila at lho
•I a llielllliuciif IoiiiIits:   Coutriiotors musl,
Im ready i" iiuniii work within twenty days after
the diiltt limy I,iiin hum, iiotifiotl uf lho actstuit
atii'ti or thoir liindtirs.
An itioopttid olii'tmo tut a iharltiritd lit nit,
nayabllta the ttrdor of, lhe Douourable iho
S. i!_.6_n.0' I'ublin Wtirka, fur una tliuusitiid
(Sl.OOn.OO), rauit bo ilisptisllod as soutirlty. The
obeque will bs returned In onao «f uhl-hocouI-
nurse uf linitiir.
Tho Department dues uut biud Itself lo accout
tlio lowest nl auy louder.
Hy order,
NAP. TE88IKR,
Secretary.
Deparimont of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 7, IPOS.
Newspapers will  not lie   paid fur this adver-
tlseniont  if thny  insert It without authority
from the Department.
Isluke.  II. On Ocl. Dili.  IIMPi
I t.
I,.  EDWARDS,
Deputy Assessor and Collector l.eveititokc Assessment District.
VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
JjiVEBY aRslKiimonl, of the ri«ht of a Huiilh
i African Voluittonr tinlltled to a land ri -nil
must he by wny of iimiolntmnnt of a siihstll.uta
uud must be in llie forin pruvjned hy tlm Act.
Spcfiiil ullisliti'in la nailed In Huli-sai'tiiiii "I of
Knctitio 5 of tha Vi'lunteor Htitinty Act IHUH,
which provides thnt no ii-ssiiuinin.it ol tho rliiht
.if n vsiltitilnor Iy the appnliilmenttif n lllbstb
lule shall bo ncraptod nr rocminlaod by tint lit.-
imrininiii nf the Interior which la nut kkkcitkii
AM'   IIATKI'   AKTHK TlIK IJATICUl Tim 1V1BBANI
l!',_.T,"1' bASpeSANT issiitul   l,y thu Mini,let of
Militia and Defence In favor of the Volunteer.
J. W. OREENWAY.
Couimittsloncrof Domluion Lands,
tlth September, lVOt. Ottawa THE MAIL-HERALD. KEVELSTOKE, B 0
Sask-alta
REDUCES   THOSE
BAKING   HOURS!
Why have an oven
sufficient only for three
pies when "Sask-alta"
Range oven will take
four pies and other
cooking? The more
baking space you have
—the less fuel you use—the less work you do.
Fuel and work are just about the main items
of expense in the kitchen.    "Sask-alta".
Range saves both  for you.
aiy's
London. Toronto, Montreal Wlnnlpef, Vancouver, tt lsi.it, Hun-Hi."_. Bs____rj
FOlt SALE BY
BOU&3TE BROS., Hevelstoke
Loolc for Biis Trademark
,. /    c_   . This trademark makes every
M      ■        ^     man    jud je of fine hand-tailored
tf * REFORMS     garments.
When he finds the Fit-Reform
Wreath, he has found everything
that constitutes the best in tailoring.
Cloth, trimming, workmanship, style, fit and
wear—all arc included in the guarantee that goes
with this trademark.
It is a good thing to look for and a mighty
good thing to find—and you will always find it in
the genuine Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats, made
by the founders in Canada of hand-tailored garmenU.
Suits and Overcoats, $15 to $35.
50
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
R_velstoke, B. C
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest th.
market affords Rest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars     Ratas $i a day.    Monthly rate.
0\    ALBTCRT     STO_CST__C      PEOP.
Queens J-totel
COMAPLIX
H__t hrands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars.    Travellers to
Fish Creek will litul excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG,
Proprietor
Certificate of Improvements
_tSTOTIC_B
Morning  Star,   t__.HHi_.tf.  Sui*i  Grand
Vi."..',   Plant   I.i'i I   nnil    Eltrokft   mineral
H. ti ms ftUuAta in iii.1 Revelvtoke Mining
Division of Was I Kootamty Dintrict • Lo-
cfttad on the Nonb nldti oi ib-i North-e-tsl
branch of Laformo Creak.
Tftka notice thai I, Guy L. Williams,
Free Miner's Certificate B\M6$tMHgcn\
for Ohaflea Walsh, Free Miner's Certificate 8943661 for Kcl. Aiij.ii, Free Miner's
Oertlfioate 6943511 Samuel MeMurty. Free
Miner's Certificate Bp4a6si Walter Walsh,
Frei* Miner's Certificate 1.94^65; F. 0.
Walshi Free Miner's Certificate M()42f*4;
Gilbert Wilson, Free Miner's Certificate
B94261, and K. F. Greer, Free Miner's
Oeriifiea-e H94263, intend 60 days frum
dale hereof lo apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements
for the purpose of obtaining Grown Grants
ol the above claims.
And further take notice that action under Section 37 must be commenced before
the issuance o\' such certificates ot improvements.
Dated this 17th day of September, 1908.
sep i.i-nov it\ OtJY L. Williams.
NOTICE
iiisvrinii.il.' i.aml plllrlnt,
Iliatrlcl nl IVi-sil K""l iy.
Ih." iiiiIIi-i- that 1.  Nfirtnati 'I'. Mai'Lifml nl
1 t'tlitirlilati, Alta., ni'oii|iatloti lirtiktT, IiiU'iiiIh
1 tstlitirlilati, Alta., ni'oii|iatloti Hrnkt-r, liilvn
" iipl'lv fur litiriiilaHliill In |.hi. lins... Ilu' I11II0
itiu iti'Kttrilii'tl 11. ti tl h :
rtiiiiiiii'iii'lnii at n poll iiliuiit'il nt Ilu' hiiiiiIi
wi'Hl i"iirin<r ni im anil in i-nHu'll Valliiy
iilniiil h;, iniii'H vv.nal. nl ih.. «i.«i ii.n.s "I Arrow Lain anil niarkml "N T. Mail'. N.W.
Cnraur,"   llllillita   III  tshaln.   muitli, llif nets -II
tilialiia oaal, ilitiiiisi! Ill chalna imrlli, Ilii'i .11
llliallia wrm, isiintallllllH Ml atirtia, nun r nr li'tm.
iiain hi.|.i... lima.
NIIHMAN T. MAUI.Will,
nop li UOd B)t Julin K, lay lur, Ilia sgaul,
In the Suprkmh Court op Bkitibh
COLUMBIA
In TIIE Ma'itkk OPTHB Wimiinu l'i"
Act.
Ami in tin. Mattel'nf The (tlwood Tin
Workers Gold Mining Company nl
liiii'ilfiii. British Columbia, Limited, Non-Personal Liability,
TAKK   NIITII'I-'   tlmt   the  under.
signed im., appointed Friday, tb«80th
day <>f Ootober, 1906, at the  hour of
itli'Vt'ii  o'clock in llif  forenoon nt Ibe
Oourt House in the Oity of Ravelstoke,
It. (!., for the piirpiiHis nf bearing nnd
I'liiilh'iniiiK the Ilep.il •( tif the Ofllcial
Liquidator upon the claims of creditors, and of settling, determining and
flniillv passing the Dividend Sheet,
and of passing the Official Liquidator's
accounts, and settling his remuneration,
And let all parties attend.
Dated tills twelfth day of Oetolier,
A. D„ 11)08.
ROBERT GORDON,
District Registrar at Ileveltttoke, 11. 0.
To Rent
Mrs. .1, M. Moran will rent her farm,
just south ol tbo IlleoillaWMt■ Irullie
bridge. The property cniitnins a com-
lorlable Imiu bouse with nil nimlern
OODVenleOOesI two storey frame liable
11x20; guoil oh token houiei and runa
lor 160 chickens; bog pens, etc. (her
seven seres for enay cultivation, a
large pitaturo run fur horses ind emu.
An underground Irrigation system insures good crops, yiiritfii produce, 010,
Apply tu Mrs. .1. M. Moran, on Ilio
premi.es.
SCIENTIFIC   LAND CLEARING
By-products ot Brush Land will
Cover all Cost
That every acre of bush land on tbe
Paciiic coast contains tlie nuv ni atonal wbicli, if baudltd in tlie right way,
will return to the owner of the land
enough profit to more than pay for
the clearing has of late been demon
strated in a practical and convincing
manner.
There are hundreds of thousands of
acres of land in the province of British
Columbia wbicb would become first-
class agricultural land the moment it
is in condition for tbe plow. Up to
date tbe cost ul the clearing of Ibis
land has been such that the average
settler could not undertake the job on
any but the smaller scale, and then in
sotiii' manner in which his own labor
(orined tbe principal item of cost.
It is through the chemical utilization i f woods that all thi- will be
changed.
The stumps and roots ol the Doug-
Tito litlle saw ran lake cure iif any
limber left on the ground, and thus
oun be uii tend every particle uf timber.
Another important poiui worthy uf
consideration ifl tho preservation of
the natural fertility of tbe soil. Tbo
timber is disposed of in such a manner an tu avoid ihe destructive burning
oaused Iy the old method. Several
years and much 'cultivation are required to restore to its natural productiveness Boil onco burned by excessive beat.
The coBt of this portable plant including all necessary paraphernalia
for conducting field operations, not
including steam and pumping plant,
should not exceed Ifl,200. The operating labor oust wutild be abuut $b;
amount of wood treated, about (i cords,
Irom which would be obtained 240
bushels nl oharcoal, valued at ..20; 2-1U
gallons nl distillate, chiefly tar, wilh
aome st. .1-grade turpentine vilued
at $25. i is would give n net return
ol $37 fur the win d at the retort, i r
a" out $!) per cud.
The value  i f  land idvanca   ho rap-
WOLF CHEEK HYDRAULIC CLUM.
las fir, left by- tbe luggers, are rich in
turpentine, of which about ten gallons can be made frum a cord of such
ma'erial. Then there is the charcoal
and tar, both of which are worth
money and find n ready market.
From cedar leaves and twigs eome
remarkable results are obtained. The
mnrve s of coal tar, and the manifold
products that can be had from this
substance are almost rivalled when it
comes to the destructive distillatioo
of tbis class of wood.
Chief among the results thus obtained is borneal, a commercial source
of camphor, and other by-products of
oils of great value and commercial
use. Borneal is valued at 50c. tu $1 a
pound.
A simple calculation will show wbat
source of help the marketing of this
oil might prove to be in the clearing
of loggid-off lands, Assume that in
an acre of underbrush two cedar bushes
each yielding 100 pounds of twigs and
leaves, grow upon each Fquarc rod.
At thiB rate, each acre would yield 16
tons of twigs and leaves, or about 320
pounds of oil. This would mean a
gross income of from $100 to $320 pi r
acre.
A small combination plant consist
ing of a donkey engine, saw mill and
retort for extracting chemicals from
refuse wood is suggested as an outline
idly as it approaches a condition for
cultivation that it would appear ss if
there should be no difficulty in financing such a plan where tbe Bettler has
even a few acres, and that co-operation on the part of small holdings
would solve the problem in more ways
than one.
There is little doubt but that tbe
near future will see the beginning of
this simple and practical plan for the
reninni.ii.iuii ol the bush lands thit
have presented so many difficult problems to tbo settler of small means in
the past.
It will mean millions of dollars for
British Columbia in the next ten
years, and is a matter which tb. government should not allow to g-> unproved for want of an experimental
plant.
CARIBOO MYSTERY
Search will be Made Again for
Missing Baronet
Deep mystery surrounds the an
nouiicomeiit that the provincial authorities of British Columbia have been
requested to again try to investigate
the circumstances attending the disappearance of Sir Arthur Curtis, Bart:
wbo vanished on the overland trail to
the Yukon ton years ago.
ON TIIE CARIBOO ROAD,
of a tneohanlcal device calculated lo
riduce cu.ts aiiil increase the savings
in land clearing operations. Explosives and steam power are economically used and savings of by-products
are contemplated, which make use of
nearly all material on tho ground.
Instead of moving stumps to the plant
the operator can move the retort to
the field, extract the chemicals, transport them to the plant, which would
then become a refinery. Tho sawmill
attachment could be used to cut and
prepare the lumber from small timber
and rejsoted lugs left by the lumbermen; thus the waste timber could be
used fur erect ing small buildings and
fences.
To remove the stump, first break it
np with powder, then with lonkey
pull it out and haul the pieces to tbo
rolort, where tbey will be prepared by
the saw lor charging the retorts. Tho
refuse that is poor in chomical valius
can be   used   (or fuel in tbe furnace.
It may be remembered that a Mr.
PoOOOk led the "'Star puck train,"
which started from Ashcroft in June,
1898, bound for Klondike, Sir Arthur
Curtis being his partner.
It waB after crossing tho Mud river,
while tho party woro camped for the
d iy searching for strayed horses, that
Sir Arthur mysteriously disappeared.
After weeks of fruitless searching, the
parly wero foro d to return to Quosnol
finding no trace ol the missing
baronet.
Parson Sentenced for Bigamy
Nevada, Mo , Ootober 20.—Rev. W.
II. II. Force, aged 74, pleaded guilty
to bigamy in tho Circuit Court bore
to-day nud was Milt diced o three
years in the penitentiary, Ho admit led the chin go when confronted Iy
two of his four wives. His excuse
was that his mommy was had and
that bo could not always remember
whether ho was married,
For Sale
Dry f-s'da-   cs.rd   wo -d—Revpbtoki
t'eiit'rn! Agencies   Ltd
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Board by week   -   SS.OO
Single   meals 25 c.
McKenzie   Avenue
CEMENT BLOCKS
fi-Huufacturod fur        claases "f buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
fur .-alii in large or .maU quan tit lest thu lowest pi lies fur cash.
All kinds of building and plastering
miller .liken.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVEL-TDKE
FIRST CLA^S
FRESH TIMOTHY HAY
All   k'nds   of  now
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
I ealers in
SILK AND CHINA
DRESSMAKING A SPECIA LTY
Wah Chung, - Front SI.
P.O. Hox, 21)0.
Phone 20
To Trappe
rs
Raw Furs 3cugh.
Uash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furp.
DRUNKENNESS CAN BE CURED
THE   EVANS   COLD   0URE   INSTITUTE
Tho Evans Institute fur the cure of
tho (.rink and drug habits, established
in Winntpeg Uyears, and in Vancouver
1 your, with entiro success. Now ro-
moved tn more con-mwlM'iis. ijiin,r_en_ at
950 Park Drive, Grandv:ow, corner of
Parker street.
Prospectus, testlmoiii Is, oto., sent
privaloly ou application. The superintendent nr sofiretary may be consulted
at any timo.    Phono B 4020,
CLIMAX
RESTAURANT
FIRST STREET.
SHORT   ORDERS SERVED
Meals, 25c.
MEAL TICKETS.  -  $.500
NOTICE
In the matter of an application foi*
tbo issue of a duplicate of the Oltlfl-
cate of Title to Nurth J of Villa Lot 211,
Town of Kevelstoke.
Notice is hereby given that it is my
intention to issue lit the expiration of
one month after the Hist publication
hereof, duplicate Oertlfloiite of Title to
the above mentioned lands In the name
ol John Larson, whioh Certifloate of
Title is dated the 1st dav of September
1908, and numbered 2711 A.
II. K. MACLEOD,
Dial Hot Registrar.
Land Reg Office, Nelson. B.C.
Tt I. October  UKIS. not ID tin
Notice of Sale
Pursuant in the Order of the Count)
Couri of Wosl Kootonay, holden at Revelstoke, made In llie action of Big Bend
Lumber Company, Limited, v. Columbia
and Kootenay l.rllway and Navigation
Company and Charles B. Kirk and VV. J-
Kane, lliero will bo offered for sale will.
ihe approbation of VV. IS. McLauchlin,
Use)., iit'iuiiY Registrar of said Courl ill
the Court House, InihoCllyof Rovolstoko
un Wednesday,tbo -iisi dayol October,
iqo8, iii 2 uY'iu'lc iii ilu" afternoon,
all .unl lingular thai certain parcel
or tract of land and promises situate, lying -nisi being in lhe .'own of Arrowhead,
H. i , .unl being composed ol Lot No.
I'ui.r(i|  Block No. Seven (,).
I)n     a" lands is sal.I lu lit"   .1   IWO    Mutt
frame building ioxi. wli i seven rooms,
Kurilmr particulars may bo had from
Harvey, McCarter _t Plnkhami Solicitors,
Imperial Bank Block, Rovelstoke, II. I .,
or from
VV, K. McLauchlin,
Deputy Registrar al Revelstoko.
Dated  at  Revelstoke this ist day of
October, njo8, OCt 3 4!
3SrOTIC_B
Raolllioallon of Orown Grant
WlioroiiH 1111 thS 2IUli 'lay of Niivumlinr. IWrJ. a
Crown (JrnnlwiiH IhsiiiiiI In tlio iiiiiiiii uf t'riitJoi-
loll Wimliliiiiiriiii fur Lot Mil. (Inuiii 1, Kooln-
nay Dlalrliit. Tlutl iivlilnn.o Iiiiii hIiipb Itnnu
I1011111 iiuliii'iiil hIiiiwIiik lhat Ilio sitii'l Frsd.rlsli
Wimhlaitirno illail 00 lho 7th of Allan.I, 11*17.
.imiu limn prior lo thn Ibsuiuico uf thn saltl
(Iriiwn (Iritiit. That liy nariioitii'tit. rliitml li'llli
Ain/ii'.t, HUM, lho Hiilfl l''fi"l.iii|.|. Wn tiliiniii.-i
11 ..ii.-ft.-tl all liiu n.inns, tiul'l, oil", iniiii.. t
flniin nnil ihiiiimnl wlmlHtj.1v.1r ill tho hi.I lnnil
In'l'i in s|,mill    Mt'l'linr im
Niith'ti isi therefore borpby riven. In puriu.
aiii.iii.rs.ii"ii.iii!Wi.n.hti "L11111I Acl, ' Unit il 1st
thn liilontlnii lu fu."'"I 1)10 sniil Crown (Irniit
Isislliiil in tlm nilliio of Kriuliirlislt WnsthImuran
/uiiiini ."i"  oun   In   lit. siloii'l   lu  lho luinin 'sf
Tin.-"si    Slum!. . M.TIiiss .'il   Ilu.... lllllllll 1 fruit
tlm 'ini" hiirnnf nulsii um''! obuse Is shown ti
tho contrary. {
K. J. FULTON,
Chief Commissioner of Lamlsuuiil Workstl
L11111I1 ami Works.  Iiiiinii'liiiistil,
Victor in, II (J.. Uth I Jc.tithnr, Inn.,     oot Si-Jus '
THE   PRICK
CASH
So Clear, So Shining and so Evident that it
will glimmer through a   Blind   Man's   Rye
"THE EMPIRE"
VISIBLE TYPEWRITER
A Canadian  Made Writing  Machine
Fur eas-i" of o|a ration aud
perfection in tho n -nits pro-
dneeil lhe " EMPIRES"
TYPEWRITEl.    is    misir-
p-tBKd.
Tho" EMPIRE" embodies
no  complicated   movements,
while its manifolding alignment, marginal facilities,
automatic conveniences, durability, visible writing, minimum of noise in operation
make it the typewriter par
excellence.
The " EMPIRE " needs less
care than any other machine
bi'onuse there are fewer parts
to bo cared for also due to the
strong lines of simplicity that
are part of the machine.
The C.P.R, began using tbe
EMPIRE Typewriter in
1895, continued to add to tbe
number, and now have in
constant use more than 700
of these machines.
ADOPTED   BY
The British Covernment
" French Covernment
" Bank of Montreal.
" Merchants Bank of
Canada
Molsons Bank
anil all educational institution-; of Canada
The Price
$60.00
CASH
SOLE  LOCAL AGENTS
INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
JOB PRINTING
All Work Promptlv
and Neatly Executed
Commercial   Printing
A Specialty With Us,
Call for Estimates and Advertising Rates
THE MAIL-HERALD
PUBLISHING COMPANY, Ltd. I'HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
QREA _.
aim prices
Bargains! Bargains !
BUY New !    Don't Wait 1    Buy when stuck
is at ita hest.    Read this ad.  ami  take  notice
oi the Bargains that are offered here.
Men's Suits
.Special  Blue and   Hl-ck   Worsted   at   $1150
Hen's Odd Pants Irom .$1 25 to $150.
Men's Overcoats, regular $12, now $7.
Handsome Mantles
At   special   discount   prices.     All   the   new
models, tight and semi fitting garments.            :
Boys' Tweed Suits
.Special Tweed  (Suit $2.50.    Sizes   2-1   to   28.
$3.60 buys a Tweed Suit, eiz.^s 28 to 32.   Every
Suit new and this season's goods.
Fall Millinery
Are you  wearin.     ne   of   our   Hats?   Yuu
should!    They   ure  being   worn  by  the  best
dressors.      It   oosls   no   mure   to   have   the
newest.
Boot and Shoe Department
Sue   our   1! iys'   Sohool   Shoes.     Kvery   pair
guaranteed.
Come along nnd see what wc can do for you.
Fall and Winter Undorwear
We carry all the beat   makes—natural   wool—
white  ami   grey   knit   go il-.   Drawers .mil
Vest to matob.    Ladies and Children's Blaok
Tights.   Prices.ui Underwear range Irom 2Bo
to $1.50 per garment
Blankets and Comforters
All-wt ol blankets, full size, good weight, ut $1.
Reg.$8all-wool blanket  for $6.50,    Blankets
that were $9.50 now selliuji   at   $8,    A   good
range ol Comforters at all prices.
REID  &  YOUNG
$
&
■M" CH'-H'-H1 -_•*.$■■■$■*
I Cod
$ Liver
$ Oils
fif <_ •
I \V,. have all  kinds of it. A
*t* siv.ii  fasting,  hml  taat- r
.fr ing  unl the pure  Iiinul- -"-?"•
sion    in     $1.00     hnltles, ,■*
V made by n new pn cess at +
-* ♦
A    C. R. MACDONALD'S     «§»
it Kl vki.sti.ki:, B. C. 4J»
|h$, $H$. *$l "$l it' 'I' ..' 'I' 'I''ftffi
Weather Forecast
Saturday,   Oit.    24.—Cloudy,  un-
.ettled, little clisnge   Temp.  max. 50
min   33 - ■
Local and General.
Interesting, instructive und amusing pictures at Kdison Theatre tonight.
Rebekah Lodge, No. 21, l.<) O.l" ,
bave arranged to hold a dance in No-
vein ber. the date and other particu
lars will be announced later.
The young people ut Knox Ohuroh
are invited to the home of Kev. J. K.
and Mrs. RofiertBon on Monday nigbt
next to spend a social evening.
The boulevarding work under the
dir.cti n ot Aid. Foote is making good
headway and when completed will
(jive ■ ii" city a neat ami smart appearance.
The Canadian locomotive wurks at
Kingston, Ont . haa just closed n deal
with tffi ii'md trunk Pacific railway
company (ur Ii rty engines 10 be delivered during lhe coming year.
I; Tapping und his road gang has
just completed the new toads from
Ulan, brewery io Picard's ranche,
and called Picard Sties t. and from
Picard Street down Tapping avenue
at right angles to the Coin "bin river.
The loral branoh ol the Canadian
Bank i I Commerce will open Ior
business on Monday next, net. 2titb.
A. H. Allen, the manager, bus completed all details ani the interior
arrangements   are     now    practically
ished,
Aii English court has decided that
■ail im- dresses in the family are (he
pr perty ol the husband." It may be
- but ' it would puzzle the average
husband to get into his property,
especially tlp.se parts "I which butti n
low n the back
., I,,., 'mg '1 Mt. MoKenzie
Iii.- No. 6, 1." T.M . will be held in
.Ian Die ball. Second street, Monday
next,Oot, 2'itii. ai 2 p in. All member* ar-- ri i ii lied to come early .,*
there is considerable bui ■ • ■■
importance to t •• attei I
\\ .•   i, ti    "Uii   n     ..  mla n -
■ a wing advert isi n enti aj
,  ..... i.i ,• pj ..' .t •■• nu
aiy      "Wanted,   ten     iti
tin   : s   is usages,    and     I i
pet   (or  ule, properl j
. hi. ti    Isrgi loi Iih room
i   .   ■   tiiervatlve Ami oi u ion have
arranged  to  Insta I  •  ipi cl 'I wire in
tbi   oi mi   "• •   roomi   on   M  i
i lot  26, in   rdi ■   to uhtain teli gra| hie
report* ol i led! in ri turns on thai oaj
An operati i lm- bei n eng .uui and the
pub ic   can   have   tbo   benelll  il
latest newt a- ii  oi mes Irom lhe soati
I war.
:. asp
A Well Stocked Larder
p W
ftfflfe,
CUPID AND CAKE
make a  great  combination,
especially if the cake be of
uur i.r. in ., ('nine uiul sec
lam iu my '. n iui ies wc have
nnd I'ovt ii'iupl iue each is to
Ibi" I've, Dili pleasing as
llu'v an. i i liuik nl, it is
nnlhiug . uiiipai'ed wilh the
delight Ilinl acoompnniea
ilio Ural mouthful. Servo
ir cake un viiin tabic and
mankind will adore you.
HO'BSOJV
is a guud housekeeper's pride
Pill yours with the kind of
groceries .sold hero an no
one in town n ill have bettor.
Slail 11. tiny with a trial
tinier, ll v ill probably surprise you i" i 'mi that au-
pci'Uu na im.i t -•-l lea ate,
uur   pei, i- :. .i    .!     hii
higher i n .n i u have been
used is' p.'.,\ ing l'or I lie oi -
dinai'V   kind.
*__    3?
Oortege, including (lie I,utiles auxiliary
of the Trainmen 'I'1" u mains were
placed on hoard No. 0(5, en route for |
N'iiv'h Scotia where tiny will be liually
interred at Hiver Dennys, the ile-
ceascd's home. The body wns accompanied hy Alex D. Mclennan and
Miss K. Mclennan, cousins.
Tuesday evening the Y. M. 0 A
Life Problem clas- will meet, the topic
being "Narcotics aid Stimulants."
This group of men have a splendid a?
sortnient of subjects for discussion
and the club is becoming quite popular
Iu spite of tiie notices issued by tbe
corporation warning the public
against scattering paper round tbe
streets, quite a lot of fresh paper is
noticeable. Not only that but orange
peel and banana skins are common
ubjeota just now on or near the sidewalks, a veritable trap of downfall for
the unwary pedes trim. Another disgusting practice which is hugely carried ou in the cily is that of expectoration or spitting pruiiiisuiiously about
the streets and sidewalks. This habit
Inside- being a filthv one is dangerous
iu the extreme, i wing tn tbe millions
ol germs ol disease found in more or
less all «| ut imi. Since tti'ieroulosie
nnd consumption are s-i in pant in
Canada, the community en ui afford
to take any chnlic.s 'llnse . erins
arc carried iuto ilniost every home,
ou the boots, on mod i n tbe clothes,
on the I.ems if Lilios' eltiite, and in
many oilier way Stringent measures
should l.e adopt.d tu put down this
habit and all i Renders summarily
dealt wil li.
Social and Personal
C Carlson, of Albert Canyon, was
ui the oily yes.efilaj.
.Mrs. Keiguson    -i'i   icceive   Wed
nesday, Oct. 28th, al Sixth Street
III and Mrs. (I I'. Curtis have left
Hevelsliike and will lake up their
resiilei.ee al   Vane..nver.
K. Adair Bponl a few days in the
city ibis week while in r ule for tho
.-ai  ii d ibe (I d Country.
A, II. Allei , innnigei of the Canadian Dank of Hi innieiTe and .Mia.
Allen hive taken tho ri-idenco ul Dr.
Curtis un 2nd utioi ..
.1 \V. Iludsi n, nt Kingston, Out.,
and A. G, Robinson, of Vancouver',
have leporled for dnl" nt the local
branch of ihe Cnnndiiiii Sink of Com-
m'-roe.
1 Card of Thanks
m
93
I he In lies of the Maccabees wish to
extend their thanks to one ninl all
who helped to make Ihe shirr, waist
dance a success.
Mas, E.. Coumiek,
M as. S. Stixui.ky,
Mks, S. McDonai.ii,
Mrs. F. Fritz,
Miis. Julia Mohan.
J. H.irvey Dsnnis, of Scuttle, Was h
came in contact the other day with a
wire carrying 00,01)0 volts of electricity nt the lighting plant ol that city.
He was frightfully burned and it is
feared he will lose both legs. That he
was not killed outright is considered
one of the vagaries of electric currents
«n3_»a«-sas_p.v]sans__.v__-BHHaita
Liberal Committee Rooms
Old Salvation Army Hall, Flrat Streat
All interested in the election of Mr.
Smith Curl is as nietulier l'or Kootenay
Hiding in lhe Dominion House of
Commons, cordially (.Gloomed.
Open Daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
WANTED
*    PEW BOOMERS AND BOARD-
__\    ers   wanted   in   private   I'niid v,
Apply M ill-Herald,
7IOI
cr
1
FLOWER   BULBS
Ki.r 1 ..ii-s. nii'l iiniil'ssi
Oui  ..into   -|. . is  ..( Hill"    1. '
red aod Includa
SN0WI1R0PS     SlnKlts una Doulilo
CROCUS   Stiitarnlp varlallnts.
IX IAS.
JOW'UH ,    .ellOW Dniillln.
NAR0I9SUS   Pniitst Wltllii.   Von Zitin
Entlirtm.. Ilnllrr iltifl CaKi.
TULll'S   SltiKlo, Sopnralo Color's
HVACINTHS   InrKO, Sunilt".   Dniillln.
Roman
BEWS' DRUC STORE
L
NEXI  IIUMls.   lll.OCK
ts.
Karn is King
The right  Piano at the right price.
Call ami see u- before von buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Roal Estntc, Insurance antl Financial Agents.      Money to Loan.
^1
___!
.f  New   Denvor,  | nsBod
ci'y   on   Thursday,  eu
Cume and «et tbe pretty colored
picture " Tbe Rivals " al the Ediion
Theatre to-night,
K Oo.   li M R   are holding i lanci
in the dull hall on  Monday, S
Thanksgiving 11ij
The report   ol   the   Count,   i
Bessioo na.- to 1"   .n.iv idably tell over
till next issue.
Col. Holmes ol the ii M.B was ii
the  city   tins   week inspectii
and acooutrementt   I I   '    i piny.
Don't   forget   that    I. R cl
Mountain   Kangi i •   are      idding  a
dance on Honda)   S'o« Bi h,
Hunts,   Gentlemen fl     Ladii •
ii   Iv Hood rick, i    jeattl       -   •
appointed   managi i thi     itean
Laundry here.     1.1    H itol Ison  pi  -
prii i      has   insla    d   I hi lew ma
. mui a fi       incy worl    ■
11 v or li
li..-    i   \l
■•       ,    .1    .i
in   mi ■ tingi
11 oud n
is open tu a tnberi    I r i
H.i a mon I
i;-...
vV.   I'.   i .
i ,, ,nu.     ,;.  |	
-. "en    -v   ul-   rum tho <     - ■       I ■••
v.    .     moal   interesting md insti n
■, ■   lories, based   i    it is
• i, evi ui in tho 'i' rid - history
i be   two  comli I lie
I..i it L»)    I tin    Maid     and   " The
I hroe I iiintj Moving lien
i.i.i pn tore  .i   ihowa   huw   the   dl
ohsrgid   maid   .- I     i von   wiih   her
• in pi'.•/era  on   I lie    lasl    day .mil   llie
latter pu'lure   flmws    huw    lu   ha   (1
I luruitiire in tllO moving
I Karly uu Thursday morning li
Tapping law a Hue onyote Handing
ii .ii ibe C.P.B link in In nt ol the
ii 'inm house, at tho ' n i ol I lamphell
j.i venue.      Owing   to    us   pi. itiuii    in
fr nt ul iIm In.U-.• M i   rapping dared
nul use bin nil'., .nnl i he I" ait,  wenl
, ing danger, mado .11 up I l.e hill
Severe snow Itorma in I li" ' a i  havi
Idemoralized   tin  I  I H  tralHo during
'ibis  wok.     It  li   reported thai live
were stalled at Medicine Hat, Maple
I 'reek, Sw ifl Cul nuil nnd I IroWlnot,
| mul that the iiiiuv drifts bave In nn
vi ry heavy. lu ninny parti i lure
Wflfi snow drills i.vei 12 feel deep
•leruas lhu track.
Among : ..•' builuingj  anil   [ n miles
iu ibe city tb a do not rcq     e i lectric
Imating just now are th    I      - ■ ■• i    ri
and Libi ns.   Sutlic
.    eratcd   ii    I   ■-•
;   ioi - '     .•- ir CO ipan: ■   wi' h
i    . , ■     *er to kets|
v    |i ns..   -j, •     aud  ih   ,
-
Bfl ,   -' i ■
of tin -i ■ iton
-
-
lections, doi
■i.
. ii i Id
i Bell
.  I"-  held   iu
\l   'I'L.y     i loi . 26
election!
.miniate    inl
M im ■   and
.
|j      "III   -
■
• ban   .
Isuoci i ,..
■ i- i. mi. red to
i
Pan il ■ he   H ippj   ' I
 n   I u. "1 •'     I-'      Mi . •    v .
tha g imi   ol   i igii... s.. s •.  i ■„*
ford md Hill  and a large   and .
I '| .■ i
prepared    Alt-1 loing lull   , m
iu . .oelli nl  . m     :  ,
in a lofllal    iv. i,
the h.mi "il ti- 'I    l'e |.pi
fn m Itogori Pmi  fur  Field
i uombled gsu-Ht-. tuoli this opporl i
ol publlol) '■ i pn ' Ing   i .'
i im gnoit ol honoi
Tim funeral ol the
Mel nan,    C.P.H        111	
wa- killed  m   -llo imom  un   \i md ■■,
l.i»i, took place rhunday morning al
the '. M.C a     A largo iiimln
deoenied i   oomradei    itlendi d    i In
. on un.liy   null      II"     lu.I hi i hood   ol
Hn,h...nl Trainmen, ol  whioh ibo th
e.i'astil iv.i- a ineiuhei   ,nt.    praienl ui
full    ftll-Ot     Tbe    llnv     u    I      i laid,
read    tin    isri a'     iu    th''    Y.M.C  \
purlins nl, lhe oonoluill f Wllloll I hi
remalm w rn oonveyod t"  the dopol
Beiidoi   ilm   ll. of It   I ,   ui   win-..
bniidn witin all iiriiiiigi'iiieiitn,   a   large
lilimli'T    uf   iitberH    followed    in   llie
0. Nelson,
tin gh   the
route for his home, from Huston,
Mass, where lie has been attending
rhe session of the Supreme Lodge,
Knights of PyIhi is, as representative
of British Colunibi i
j\ piogreosive whist par y was given
vesti'idny afternoou by Mrs. \V. A
Morris, in her pretty renins, in honor
of Mrs. J. M. Scott, and Mrs Ilearn,
■f Hrahdoii, .Man. A large number of
guests were present. At the dose ol
the game lecbercne lefresbnients were
served I'he prizes were won hy Mrs.
0. Hn teli, Mrs, .1. Kennedy, of llle-
.•illewaet and   Mis   Ilearn.
Business Locals
120 —the well known cough   mi
tun-, al Hews' drugstore,
Banff Hard   O nl, nil sizes in stock,
, Revelstoke General Agencies, I.id
llyat'ini ii dai'iii lil, tulip, i tc , bulbs
ii B«vis' Drug Sli re,
Soli ii P.Imi i'i pi r uii'is mul  toilet
waters at  Bews' Drug Suae.
Chi'apesl fuel   on the market—liri-
qticttes—manufactured     from    Banff
1 bard .
1.   i;. tu — i.ar; e modern  residence
i   ;.-:ii'l-.   location, $30 por month,
, Itovelstoke Geu.r.il Agencies.
For  Sunday   lunch   try Crosse A
I; ickm  I's chicken breaits,  veal  and
. - nn ai d   tongi !■   Freuoh
.•  ■   i-i   ohicken  in  jo Iy.   0. II.
I
il  i di cided difference h.i ween
Brown Breadand bread nicely browned
■.        ing and iho other
tained ) "iking wiih Cour-
- .   - Kgg •' "i
SPORTING NOTES
trt Burn  ll    '  i  ;*ry  runner, wh ,
'..-... r a long time tbat
i.s    ... I . ■     i . nabo it, Iuih en
f   • "-.ii   iin.., u mill
place today     II
Hun, dm '    "'   is" he did
.i   I ii'stion will i., tei
■
in   in ul" i
.ii.n-'inv igainil j
■iv beaten
us - plaj
'■   i,   team
ind i fail   game
id rare ,,ii
llif ii.tv   wi uld  I." ri n on
*,'    I,  pn    nu'
IU>. - in iking lasl
lime  ai ri porti  .sud oui
, ti  hurry up ... ue
in. it    I'm -d n
il ird ij   il   n p. in.
.'   i ni..,i..,   night,
■ training I u lhe rosd   raw '
■  i■ i. ■
'.  SALK-  Iluiisi lend   Fui nil me,
ail in   lirsl-class condllloll, can be
i between Id ii.iu. and 5 p.m.—Mis.
Maeiiiveii, Tllil'd Si. nul '2-1 Hi
F
SAFE in good  condition, for sale al
bargain.    Address at once, Safe
Mail Otlire.
IT IS NOT WHAT YOU PAY
BUT THE VALUE YOU GET-
THE
BENCH MADE
_|4.oo
For
Children
Made of the best leather by
the best workmen oil lasts
that lit the feet. We arc
able to give you high grade
shoes at moderate prices.
We recommend this line of
shoes as
THE BEST MADE
and guarantee you will have
satisfaction in   their   lit and
wearing qualities.
The Empress Shoe is
built over especially
designed Oxford Lasts, and
will not chafe the heel or
gape at the sides, and they
are   made  with   a  lining
piece inserted, which pre- «   * P    _T   J •
vents slipping at the heel. ricLeniian    6*   I/O. y'
WANTED Bedroom, to let furnished, hoard it requited, I erins
moderate, Apply A. Gain, lib street,
eurner of McKenzie Ave.        ocl 2-1 lm
w
n I llll
ANTED   TO   l.l.T-
I{.minis ,1
house,   first Si reel   west,   $16
mill.   Apply to Col imliin Airi n.
■i-s, l.imiied.
TT7"ANTED TO SELL-A  llre-ni'iii
>>      safe.   Apply lo Columhi.i Ageii
ties Limit i d.
WANTED
.FPICE    MANAHEIt
i InileMile   niiiniifuctiiliiig
OFFICIS I
by a u
euiiipanv, iiiiue Imi a husllt'i- and one
who (all I'll l-lli- ll hi-sl til' leferenee-
need applv. also iniisi he able lu ill-
vest from $HIH) lo $.",0li spin , nub In
open office, nppitilil   siili'Hinen  nud  <h<
the coll t-l.i.ipr (no house to  bun m-
vnssii fr), Tn --m b i in in we inu i Iter
i piisilillll lur Id" ami one lliul will
imi him In,in $.",0 ii, $1110 p , week
clear prollt. Du mil nnswer Ihis unless you enn Iill all lb" above requirement!. (Tbis is no link sign, eireubll'
din! ri Imi im i ui lull pi .slim; propoHltltin)
bul iislraichl, b.n.esl, leyliin ale ufliee
business fnr life We lire a fitreign
luaiuil'ael in ing I'liuiptiiiy, These guilds
are laigelv iu in-,- throughout Canada
froin Halifax I" VantntlVer. Fur fur.
ther particulars address Tin: Royai.
Medicated Food Co., .Ml lltsiing.-
8t.., Wesi. Vaneiuivii. B.C.
City Bakery
Call and see mu eake. We
handle everything iu the eake
and pasl ry line, .lusl arrived n
beautiful assortment of bouquets and trimmings for wedding, liii'l Inlay and oilier cakes.
All kinds of icing anil trimming
done. Stock of flesh bread nnd
lams always on band. Kye
bread mode Tuesdays anil Fridays. Tea and Cake. Lunches
put up.
J. L. HE4DRICK, Prop.
CLOCKS
nre both useful nnd ornamental Useful, because
of their time keeping qualities; ornamental, because
of their handsome appear
alien.
A look will convince you
Call and sic them.
J. GUY  BARBER
I, It, li.  WATCH  INSPKOTOK
(Hii,iiul  I-suet of Miirriage
Licences.
Edison Parlor Theatre
l i ,      [oil IW   ' i      . ' iii.ti,"    .sill  lai
given tonight nul  VI,, ids) mi.ni
1           i      ■ Ith
2 l he   N" ■ jl-      a typical Lug
i.i Ovpiy m* no
.1     Three Tlnrsly   Moving Mmi      A
i iiighabli oomi'dy
I       Rejoicing   I'nniu        Tun grind to
laat.
fi.   Illustrated  sunk by Mis Ohim
heal, "Tha Moon has Eyei on Vmi."
8,   Rivals    i pretty oolornd ploture,
7,   La-ii D ij "f the Mold, A loreain.
ing faros
Ll
Roal Estate.  Insurance
Commission   Agent
Revelstoke. B.C.
Ki'iirenuiiUtlvu
Instil .,,,, i
lhe     following
mpanleii ■
FIRE i-sil-iANCi    London   Mulunl,
Mm,in,I Cm.ill.i,       I,.elms',
Si,iinl.inl Miiiii.il, Ottawa, Anglo-
\mmu.iii.     I'quiiy,    Wi peg,
Cnli,und
LIFE    INSURANCE
I ,,,, , ilthr   I.if,
,,, 11,,, moil liberal
11..!,,,nn,ii n,  lay,
I mi.l,,n      uml
ivliiisi-   |„,li, ns
III in lin
glCKNE.S ANU ACCIDENT    Inmorial
* i;iMi,i„t,i   nnd    In i u li'tii   liisui -
I, ,- Omnpanj .
SURETY    AND    HDELITV    BONDS
Anim ii oi  Surelj  Company, the
oldest .unl itrongenl  Surely Co,
,,ll  Ilm I 'nnlilimil
FORSALE    II ,-.. Kiisin, ss blocks
(lily l.ssis, fiiui and Farm lands,
TO LET     I lueses ami  Si,ires,
INVESTMENTS    timber,   mines.
until    ;■-.I an.I Cm pm .Ui,in llinids,
Northern Crown Bank
HEM. OFFICE—WINNIPEG
Capital (authorized)      $6,000,000
"        paid up 2,2oo,ooo
Rest, and undivided profits        225,ooo
I 'resident - Sir D. II. McMillan. K.C.M.G.    Vice I'resiilenls -Kihvaril C.ur-
ney and dipt. Will. llutilii_H.il.    Gen. Man.—J. W. de C. (I'Gindy.
Special attention paid to Savings  Bank Deposits
lulere.-t allowed froin dale of deposit and credited quarterly.
Open every C P. R.   Pay Night, also Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9 p. nt.
A Ceneral Banking Business Transacted
Tile  siu.illesl   account reciives   from   us  the  snnie  careful attention
ns the largest one,
Oftice   Corner First St. and Connaught Ave,
A.  F.  D.  LACE,   Manager   Revelstoke  Branch
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 Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Revelstoke Conservative
Association
To  the   Electors   and   Citizens   of
Revelstoke:
The Conservative Association of Revelstoke I .iclinn
wish to inform you in tht. most emphatic manner possi-
ble, that they neither as an Association or through any
individual representative, hail anything whatever to do,
directly or indirectly, with the postponement of a Liberal
meeting summoned for Tuesday, the 20th, neither have
they made any arrangement of any kind for a meeting on
the 2pth instant, and any statement to the contrary i.s
absolutely false and apparently circulated to explain the
abandoned Liberal meeting of Tuesday night.
Having, however, every reason to desire ,i joint
meeting,at some suitable date at which all parties would
have the opportunity of expressing their views, the
Association now publicly challenges their opponents, il
they are acting in good faith, to appoint a committee of
three to meet and arrange with a similar committee ap
pointed from this Association, for such a   joint meeting,
As arranged in a proper manner, a meeting of such a
nature would no doubt be most acceptable to the electors
and citizens of this city.
Approved and issued by the Executive of the Conservative Association at a meeting held this Tuesday
evening, October 20th, 1908,
PUBLIC MEETING
OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday. Oct. 27th
SMITH CUKTLS. Llbt-r_l candidate
for KootODiy, and tithcm, will address-
the electors on (be lliuoi of the duy
Heats reserved Inr ladien. Kveryhody
welcome. OppOllllon spi'iiken- invited.
Chair will be taken at. H p.in., .limp
NOTICE.
ft. Company, lt.JVI.lt., u ill drill every
Thursday evening until further notice,
LIBERAL COMMITTEE,  octal WM
Hy Oilier.
It. SMITH, <n;.

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