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Vol. 14.—No 64
REVELSTOKE, B. 0. AUGUST 26, 1908
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead an J Revelstoke.
''"-"" ._..'»   5T0KE
HOSPITAL
Nd
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 childrenNf_om five to 10 years of age,
in good heavy wash materials. Sailor and
French dresses, these were $2.50 and $3, the
lot will be on sale while they last at per dress
Boys' wash suits and Girls' wash dresses
to lit children up to six years, in good wash
materials, fine for starting the children to
school.     They are going at a bargain
Ladies',   Misses'   and   children's  White
Duck Shoes, at prices up to $3, now
Children's Tarn o' Shanters and hats
some are nice cream wool serges, some wash
materials, they sell at various prices up as
high as $1, now
Boys' and Girl's school boots in good
strong leather, made by standard makers,
such as Williams, and the Amherst Shoe
Go.  These will wear if any shoes will, $2 and
1.90
95c.
1.50
40c.
2.50
C B. HUME _< CO., Limited
Stores at Kevelstoke and Arrowhead. '
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CLEARING AT COST
We are still ke ping t ie knife
A COAL OIL STOVE CUT
going   and   editing    down    1 ur
stick       We   bave too in'ity Re
1 Burner, Cist Bottom... .% .90
frigerators   You want one    Here
2        ....  1 50
ia your ch nice
3        ....  2 00
A   First   Class   Family   Size,
I      "    Gei man with kettle     75
made to give satisfaction, a Pood
2        1 50
Preserver and an Ice Saver.
1     '    Glass  Bottom.. . .    1.26
No. 1  Labradc, 3 B.....
2                   1.50
8     "        "         "       ...!. 2 25
o. 2  LabraJj.   10.00
A   chance   of   a   life time to
Other sizes cut t.                Don't
make a  Good   Bargain.      Don't
miss this chance
miss it
Lawrence Ha.'.ware
^_ss
TINSMITHING
PLU   13INCS
Co., Limited .,
ELECTRIC   WORK        0
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 on deposits from date of deposit and credited
quarterly. ^^^_	
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
w
Just  Received
Another shipment of
Ladies' Silk and Lace
Blouses and Dress
Skirts.
25 per cent, off on all
summer stock.
Infants   and   Children's Coats, Shoes and
Underwear.
Come And see them before buying elsewhere.
MISS  A.  MAS I, EN
Opposite Climax  Hotel, First Stroet.
J
Annual General Meeting—Excellent Financial Standing-
Medical and Hospital Reports
Election of Officers
The ai.n ia! gi'iieval mcs'ling of the
Revelstoke Hospital Society was beld
on Monday ni^hr,. The attendance
was sm.II. F. McCarty, in the ab
sence of ihe president, took tbe chair.
The minutes of the last meeting were
read and adopted. The following financial statement was rend and adopted,
the meeting Ouugrutnlutiug Secretary
Atkins and the directors on the excel
lent showing for the past year.
Financial statement for year ending
July 31st, 1908:
RECEIPTS
Cash in hand 1st Aug. 1907 ,     888 66
Pay Patients Revelstoke. .. 2,486.80
"           Arrowhead.. 333.55
Contract patients Revels'ke
and Arrowhead     16,394.41
Subsidy Revelstoke  4,628.15
Arrowhead    1,720.70
Subscriptions              69.15
Int. on S v   Hark Deposit. 103.45
.26,624.87
EXPENDITURE
Revelstoke a: d Arrowhead
Property  %      18.25
New Wing  42541
Furnishing  35.00
Salaries  10,338 06
Maintenance    3,554 65
Drugs    2,874 1.3
Fuel, Light and Water.
Repairs	
Expense	
Insurance	
Extra helo    	
765.55
653.04
437.24
238.00
184 00
If 19,523 33
Balance Receipts  over Expenditure or canh in band % 7,10154
$26,624.87
Estimated amount due to Hospital
July 31st, 19.8:—Puy Patients J?.!*;
Contract Patients, $1350, total $1.00.
Since 1' e closing of the year $800 of
tbis has been paid.
MAI.ANf'E    SHEET
U. velsloke und Artowhoail,
Assets
Properly Account   $14,099110
New Wing (Revelstoke).
Flint i.hiiigs	
Grounds ....   	
Petty Gush	
Suv. Rank Gush in hand
Current i fta.ll on hand . .
42541
4.386 63
1,483 27
170.00
0,050 53
1,051.01
ready for con: traction ive are able to
say tint, wo are in a position to get
better results for our expenditure, by
the delay experienced in providing
suitable plans, etc., and that, when
next Spring, we begin uur building, it
will rrflee', I hope.the riper experience
gained by your Board, and lean or
namnnt as well as credit to the city.
tn conclusion I weuld like tn ex
pres-i my thanks to the members of
the Hoard silting with me lor the past
year, tor their hearty and consistent
enthusiastic euergy To the members
of our Medical and Nursing staffs for
tlieir steady and loyal attention to
duty at all times- and to the various
ciiizens, (including the Corporation of
this City, for the free use of this meeting room) who have by moral and financial support given us their valued
assistance.
T. Kilpatrick, President.
The meeting expressed their approv
al of the president's report and felt
considerable satisfaction over the results of llie year. The following report irom the Medical Superintendent
was then presented:
KEVELSTOKE
Patients in hospital July 31, '07..    17
"    for year end. July 31, '08.      368
Tolal treated during year  385
Total hospital days   .    .5632
"    major operations   116
"    medical  cases 183
"   surgical cases .       170
"    maternity  cases     15
"    X Ray examinations     35
Out Patient Department—
Total surgical ca«es 432
"    Dressings   2172
\V. H. Sutherland, MD.
ARROWHEAD
Patients in hospital July 31, '07..      3
"    for year end. July 31, '08. ..  199
BRIDGE TO
BE BUILT
Provincial Government Will
Proceed With the Building of
a Traffic Bridge Across the
Columbia This Fall.
Word has just been reoeived In the
City from Viotoria that the Provinolal
Covernment has definitely deoided to
oonstruot a Traftio Bridge across the
Columbia River at Revelstoke and that
at the last exeoutive meeting of the
Covernment, plane and arrangements
were dlsoussed and made for the early
oommenoement of the work thia Fall.
/ $27,666 75
Liabilities-—Capita1 Account       Nil
The Prcsident'si report Was I hen
r ud and aib pted as follows:
(Ienti.eme..,—1 have much pleasure
in submitting for your upptovul and
adoption tlie Seventh Annual Report
of ibi,. Society.
In doing so it will be only necessary
for me to dwell on lhe salient points
contained therein.
That it was a hu-d yen is evidenced
in the recaipls from Contract Patients
they being some $2500 less than those
of the previous year. That this was
wisely anticipated is also seen in tlie
corresponding decrea-e in ourexpen
dilutes, and thus a wise and healthy
balituce is shown, as before, between
our revenue and expenditure. DeBpite
the fact of baid times, with its consequent loss of contract patrons, it iB
shown tbat tbe Society has thia year
had one of the heaviest in its history
in the number of cases treated, and
while rcgrettiug the occasions calling
on uur services, we are still glad that
we were able to du so much for their
alleviation and cure.
Complaints at our service have been
very tew and none are outstanding or
unsettled.
We find ourselves at tbe end of tbe
year, witb a bank balance of $7,000 to
our credit and a minimum of unpaid
accounts This pleating result is entirely due to the loyal aud prompt
payments by our contracting patrons
and for which tbey deserve our sincere
thanks.
We also desire to thank, heartily,
the Provincial Government, wbicli has
kindly promised to augment our surplus by a grant ot $4000' and these,
with expected aid, which will be of
gratifying quality, I hope, from the
Victorian Order of Nurses, and Lady
Minto Hospital Fund, will enable us
to proceed speedily with our work tor
a much needed addition uf fire proul
character to our Queen Victoria Hospital here.
Your Board ha. given this matter
much attention this year, and while
unable to inline you that we are al
ToU'i treated during year   202
Total hospital days 1526
"   Medicinal  cases     79
"    surgical cases • .. .  123
"    maternity cases       4
Out, Patient Department—
Tolal surgical 0 ises     260
" "     dressings  756
"    medicinal cases  686
J. C. Elliott, M D.
The ti llowiug six dirertots, resident
bin non contract were elected tor the
year: It Ft. Atkins, E. _f. Cooke, W.
\V. Lefeaux, A. F, Kincaid, .1 P. Mc
Leu nan, W. M. Lawrence. Ihe (nl
lowing three directors, contract or
non contract were elected for the year:
Mr Hei.hune, (Vrrowlmad,) VV. 1)
Armstrong, P. Hooley.
The meeting discussed the question
hb to whether lie .cctotary should be
necisiarily a member of the hoard, the
gei era I opinion b. ing lhat it. was not
necessary. A vuie of thinks was
passed to the retiring preeiileiit and
still-nnd ile ii eeting terminated.
The lirst meeting of the newly appointed-diieotore was then I el I und
lhe following ollice s elected for the
yea r:
Picsidcnt, T. Kilpatrick.
1st Vice Pres , J. P. McLenn n.
2nd    "      "    E. M. Cuokc
Sec. 'Picas , W. D. Armstrong.
Ii. li. Atkins in asking to bo retired
from tlie secret rysliip Baid that it was
impossible for him to retain tlie position, not having time to devote to it.
Mr. Heihiiiie und representatives of
the Rig Rend uml Arrow Lakes Lumber Cos. were appointed tbe commiltec
at Arrowhead. The ( .llowiug committees were appointed:
Executive—Messrs. Kilpatrick, Atkins, Cooke, Armstrong aud McCarter,
Building—Messrs. Kilpatrick, Armstrong, Gordon, Atkins, Howboii, McCarter, McCarty, Dr. Sutherland
Finance—Messrs, Armstrong, Atkins, Kincaid.
A vote of thanks and appreciation
of his excellent and conscientious
work was passed to the retiring secretary, Mr. Atkins, and the mieting
terminated.
THREE MEN KILLED
Ran Down by C. P. R. Express
at Kenora
Winnipeg, Aug. 25.—Alex. Milton,
chief clerk of the paymaster's stuff
here, was paying au extra gang at
Eagle, 65 miles east of Kenora, about
5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when
train No. 97 euine along at a fair rate
nf speed. Imagining the express
would lake the main line, Milton and
two employees not yet identified,
whom he was paying at tho time,
stepped to the side track. No. 97
however, also took the side track; and
before Milton and the two employees
saw their danger, all three were killed
Milton's legs being cut off.
C, II. Paget paid a visit to Okanagan Centre un Saturday.
BRUTAL CRIME
IN ENGLAND
Severe Oaks Scene of Murder
of General Luard's Wife—
Scotland Yard Authorities
Baffled
London, Aug. 26 —Scotland Yard
detectives are today winking on one of
the most bullling murder cases they
have ever been ask-d io solved. It is
the murder of M ■*, Luard, wife of
Mujir-Oeucral C. E. Luard, whose
body was found iu a desolate wood
near Seven O.tks shortly after she had
left her husband yesterday to return
home.
Failed to find his wife upon his return, tleneral Luard instituted a
search and a few minutes later stumbled over her body near the spot
where he had left, tier. She had been
shot twice in ihe head. Herrings
were torn from her fingers and other
valuable jewelry taken. No trace of
the murderer has been found.
Mis. Luu id wus a tall, handsome
woman, 58 years old, General Luard
is a retired officer ol the R.ynl Engineers.
BUILDING
COLLAPSES
Eighteen People Killed and
Crushed Beyond Recognition
—None of the Dead Have
Been Identified.
Boston, Aug 26.—Eighteen men
arc reported killed und a nu.i bei hint
iu t|ic collapse of a building yesterday
afternoon. Ten dead and seven ^injurs d already hnve been removed. The
dead were crushed until unrecognizable. Thirty-live men were winking iu
the build.ng und searching parlies are1
desperately nl work sculling the'
ruins. No od .he d, .1 i..iv_ Leon
identified,
The hu i Id ing was a structure that]
was being reconstructed, ail but the
front wall inuiii; been destroyed by
the great Chelsea lire. It Is supposed
that the disaster was the result of an*
effort to use the other foundations
which had beeu more seriously damaged than the builders thought.
When thu walls collapsed thirty-five
men employed witbiu hud no chance
to escape, and allot them were catiglu
in the debris, though some ol them
wore not badly hurt. Twelve are believed to have received injuries thai
will not prove serious,
Ambulances were called from the
marine and naval hospitals, and mm.
ing vans, which were in the neighborhood, also were employed in removing the dead and injured. The
police reserves were called out and
surrounded thu scene, holding back a
tremendous cruwd that gathered immediately. Hundreds ut citizens were
allowed to puss the lines and join in
the rescue work. Great difficulty wus
experienced in lilting the debris and
in several cases men who were pinned
down begged to he killed, fearing fire
would break out and they would be
burned alive
Mr. Marpole Confident.
Vancouver, Aug. 25.—Mr, Marpo e
western executive agent of lho C.P. It,
whu has just returned (rum tho old
country states: "I found that in
Great Britain the interest, in Canada
of recent yoars is unabated, and f
look for a largo immigration of desirable classes of people next year, incident to the garnering ot a bountiful
harvest In the Dominion, and of
oourse of the revival of business in the
conimoroial world generally,
ilati
SEP
lir'UPs
km  )
''ttTtof^VAt^jflMf-e ex-
'"peCiation STlTope of finding better grades of Teas
and Coffees than we are
now offering to our customers.
Both are chosen on account of their select quality and Ixith give
the greatest satisfaction tr those who arc used to the beet.
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—tbe best Stoves imp Ranges on the
market. Sherwin-Williams Paints, Oils.. Varnishes and
dry colors.
Bourne  Bros.
GROCERIES        HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Incorporated by Special Act of Parliament of
the Domini.ni of Cauada
Head Office, • Vancouver, B. C.
CAPITAL: $2,000,000   In _O,00Q Shares of *100 each with $10 Premium
Tbo Bank of Vapoqnvar is bewsSorgiuited io moet iu part tho increased baukingja
accommodation r_.juin.sl by tbo natural auit slaady expansion of business coincident witting
tlio groat ilevoliipinout 0 tbe country anil especially of Hrilisb I'olnmbia. and while -••
organizing- to conduct a geueral banking busiuess. will give special consioerutiuu to the M
industries aud commerce of tbe Province, and  is being established primarily tor  this
Surpose, and through its connections iu Ureal Britaiu, Eastern Canada and the United
tates, it will bo able to greatly facilitate the investment of outside capital in the various
eulorprts.s of the Province.
It is tho iuteutinti loopoti branch otlicesat various points from timo to time as opportunity arises.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
haveboen Appointed Fiscal Apaut. for the Bank at ReveNuike.   Application form': and
terms of Stock Subscription may bo obtaiue-l from them.
A. L. DEWAR, Secretary.
ShrTREATY<iuL,KE™oLD
FRIENDr    and TRYto MAKE
If you once get inside our store and get
inside of one of our suits, we will get inside of
your pocket-book.
But wc won't take out more money than belongs 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 are right up to the last tick ot the clock.
If they are coming your way wc can sell
you a suit that will make you feel like you had
Koyal blood in your veins.
McKinnon C& Sutherland
MONEY TO LOAN
At 8 Per Gent.
SI BBALD   AND   FIELD
INSURANCE
NO 1 ARIES PUBLIC
LOANS THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Sbc flDa.Mb; vatb.
PUBU8HK1)   WEDNESDAY AN      SVPJH-
DAV  AT
IREVELSTOKK, B.C
MURPHY & FlSIlb...
Bakristers, Solicitor-    Etc.
OTTA \V A
.Ibe fltalMbcralfc
<uasBfcJ_c_____>
i
Thoro is su unicti bud in I tin liost of us.
Ami so much good in the worst of us,
Tlmt il hardly bohonvos tiny of us,
To talk .ti..in the rust of us.
I encourage Iho people of Reveli-toke
generally to give even   larger Blip-
purl to this institution, which, if
tui\ in the cilv, deserves the un-
s.iitited assistance of ull.
Parliament .,    iJepartmcpt.il
and Patent Office Agents
Practice before Railway
Commission.
WEDNE8DAY, AUGUST 2(i, 1908
Chas. MOBPHY.
Hakoiji Fishbb
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1 ILLA
ELL1   OT
BtuTtsttsr.., Bollcltoni, Etc.
BKVEUSTOKE ami I.AKK  I'. C.
. S. j. 0, Kl.l.luiT
ARVKY, MoOARTER
ANI) PINKHAM,
RARIUSTBRS, BOUCITOBS, KTC.
TKICS.S :    IMPERIAL    Hank    RbOOR      ItBVBL-
STOKK, H. 0.
iioiicy to loan,
Offices: Kevelstoke, II I       I'riu.liroi.k, H ('.
II
it:o. S. MoCARTRB,
V.  M,   I'tNKHAM.
lievolstoke, li  1
J. A. BAHVKV,
Cranbrook, B.C.
J. M. Scoll l.L W. I. Ilriuns.
QOOTT  i-   HRIGGS
o
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, KTC
Money to Loan
•".uLiciTiiRS Knit Molsons Hank
Kirst Street.
Revelstoke, B.C.
I>0BKR_ SMITH
U
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
KngineerioK
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 1IKJ, RUVKLSTOKK
ARCHITECTS
H.
M. & \V.  A.   WH1DDINGTON
STKATHcnSA. Al.TA. &
l.KVKLSTOKK.     -     IV (J.
Mem->er. Alberta Association of Architect.--.
U.M."Whip,   .ot VV   V. WnrUDINUTON
Btarathooaa, Vta. Itovolstnko, 1J.C.
Black Watch
Black Ping
Tlie Chewing Tobacco
of Quality.
2271
For Sale
Dry cedar   cord    wood—Hevelstoke
General Agencies Ltd.
HEVELSTOKE HOSPITAL
The annual report and financial
statement of the Revelstoke Hospital Board as presented on Monday night at the general Annual
meeting was as gratifying in its
| result US' lt was surprising in its
I success considering tlie dull year
I and hard times lhat have been experienced during the lust twelve
months. At the beginning of the
year the directors felt dubious over
the outlook and realized that a
hard struggle and effort would
have to be made to curry on the
work. Money was tight and payments difficult to collect, hut nevertheless the directors went boldly
ahead looking und hoping for the
host. The year has exceeded the
most sanguine expectations and
the Hospital Society now stands
in a far better position than it has
done for some time. This has been
due partly to the loyal response of
the public und supporters of the
hospital and partly to the untiring
efforts of the secretary and his
directors who have put forward
their best endeavors to keep the
institution going in spite of many
opposing circumstances. The finances urein good shape although the
receipts from contract patients
were .-.2,.*iOO less than previous
years ami (he Hoard very wisely
decreased their expenditure where
ever practical. The past year hits
been a heavy one, perhaps the
heaviest in the history of the hospital and yet the work bus been
carried on with a handsome margin
on the right side. With it balance
in the bunk of .7,000 to their
credit, the Hoard can commence
this year with light hearts nnd
endeavor to accomplish many
schemes both for the improvement
of the hospital itself and also for
the enlarging of its sphere of inlluence.    The success last year should
THE SCHOOL OPENING
After the long summer holiday
the public school nnd High school
re-opened at 9 o'clock on Monday
morning and the children have
once more resumed their studies.
It is extremely important that all
parents should instil into their
children the necessity of regular
attendance and that interest in
their studies should he impressed
upon them without causing the
children to look on sohool anil
work simply as a routine und
drudgery. The parents can accomplish much ff they cause their
children to take a pleasurable
interest on their studies, at the
same time letting them Bee thai
their work and progress at school
is noticed and gives them interest
Indifference on the part of father
or mother in their children's school
life tends to discourage the youn:.
mind and this discouragement
invariably leads to shirking of
lessons as tasks unfruitful, and distasteful. Now that the new term
has commenced it is vitally important that every child should
attend regularly at school so that
he or she may not lose ground or
time and cause delay and difficulty not only to the child but
also to the class itself, which is
frequently hampered by having to
go slow by reason of the fact of one
or more children missing certain
important p:ir;s of the general
work of the class. In both cases
it is unfair and hard on the child
and the class as a whole. Although
we have treated wilh this matter
nt a more or less recent date, yet
we take this opportunity of urging
the parents to give their children a
chance and do all in their power to
further their progress and interest
in tlieir studies.
A horse race between pacers without
a driv r is one ot the novel features
planned for tbe race meet at the Spokane Pair next fall. Manager Robert
H. Cosgrove is in receipt of applications front three owners ot pacers asking hint to pot up a purse tor a guide-
less horse race.
NEW MOUNTAIN FEAT
First Ascent of Jordan's Peaks
by- Revelstoke Climbers
R. R,  Copeland  ami  II.  Siegfried!
made the lirst ascent ol tbe mountain
visible from tbe city up tbe .Ionian
Pass last week. Leaving town at noon
of Thursday, they reached Half-way
creek before dark. Tbe next morning
climbing wan continued up the
shoulder between Half-way and Goose
Greeks, the ascent being steep but
good.. The following day the timber
line was reached and the men skirted
along the ridge till a camping ground
was found near the lirst glacier. The
next day the lirst glacier was crossed
and Ihe lirst peaks came in sight
which were reached by dossing the
glaciers antl climbing steep snow and
ice slopes, the ascent being dillicull
aud tedious, Some interesting rock
work was here negotiated and after a
Btrcniu Us climb two peaks were ovcr-
c une and auolher cssuyed up u narrow
lo ies rock ridge only a few inches
wide. Considerable care was necessary as a false step meant a drop
down a preoipiece of 1,000 feet on one
aide and a series of snow Blopes and
deep crev isscs ou the other. The
summit was finally reached and a
cairn of stones erected. The view was
superb and magnificent in every direction except where the fire raged at
Three Valley. Three line glaciers are
held up by ihe tour peaks. Tbe re-
Itirn trip was made without incident,
excepting the sighting of three tine
cariboo crossing the smthern glacier
The scenery in tlie valhy well repaid
the exertion of Ihe climb and the
traveller made town again after an
interesting and novel trip.
The members of E Company, H.M.R.
are hereby notified to attend for company drill every Thursday ut 8 p.m.
until further orders.
By  Order,
O. 0.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will, at the expiration of one
month, applv to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a transfer to
Coronation Hotel Company, Limited,
o' the hotel license now held by me in
respect of the Coronation Hotel at
Camborne, I!. O.
Dated tbis 8rd day of August; 1008.
anu film        Coky MbnBINICK.
I.   O.   F-
Conrt Mount Bogblo, N(, , o461, meet* '-nil ami
4th Moui.ays iu oddfellows Hall, next to Opera
House Visiting brothron cordially iuvilod 10
attend.
J.W. Oakland, C H.
H. \V. Edwards. US
c. w. o.
Mountain View Camp, No. 129
Meat* Second and  fourth Wttdnefcclaya in
each month, in Selkirk Hull.   Visilin   Wood
men cordially iuvilod loattond.
vv. I). ARMSTRONG. Con. Com.
J. MdNTYl.K, Clerk.
RKVELSTOKTO AKKIK No. 482
F. O. E.
The regular meetings are held in the Selkirk
Hal' 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each mouth, 8 p.m.
V; ii iuk brothron are cordially invited.
J. LESLIK. Prksidrnt.
w. e. McLauchlin, sborbtaet.
Kootonay Lodge, No. 15, A. F. & A. M.
The regular meeting, are held iu the
MASONK.TEMPLE
Oddfellows Hall, ou
tho third Monday in
nitrh month at 8
p DI, Visiting broth-
ran cordially wel
como.
0. A. ntlM.UNIKK. S-CC-tRTARY,
SELKIRK LODGE No. 13. I. O. O. F.
MooIh every Thursday
evening In Selkirk
Hall at 8 o'olook"
Visiting brethren cor
  dially Tnvitod to attend
U. H. KNIGHT, N.Q. J, MA THIB. Beg
( REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Furnished House in Good Locality $2,100
Real Estate investment in the City paying 11
per cent, clear profit     $2,500
Modern Resi ence on Fifth Street     $3,200
Rooming House on First Street _, $2,000
Residence on McKenzie Avenue     $1,950
Forty Acres of Fruit Land, close in     $75.00
Per Acre
Building Lots in All  Parts of the City.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of  P.,
No. 26, RevelBtoke, B. C.
MEKTS KVEKV WEDNESDAY,
exieiit Third Wetlnewiay of
aacbtiiiintli. ia th. Oddfellows'
Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
Kni..lits nn- cordially .nvitcil.
H. CUNNINGHAM MOHH1S, 0, O.
U. H. BBOt K, K. of R. *;8.
J. II. SCOTT, M, of F.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Molsons BankQBuilding.
E.W.B. PAGET
Express
D raying
Storage
All Kinds of Light  and  H tavy
Hauling Undertaken
SAFES,  NANO .,ET<\
Di'tilpr lu Worn!   Conl unit  Ftied.
Phone 71. Iliume flume 7
CLIMAX
RESTAURANT
FIRST 8TM-F.T.
SHORT   OtibfcKS SERVED
Meals, 25c.
MEAL TICKETS.  •  $5.00
WHEN BUYING JEWELRY
reputation is n potent factor to be con-
stitleri'il nu it is eynouymoue with the
quality, merit and prices of the goods
Bold. If yon deal at Hastings, Doyle &
A Hum's you will know you will le
treated fairly, ro natter how you may
lie lacking in technical knowledge ol the
vu lue uml quality of j.wels of any kind.
We keep only the beat and choicest.
Where (.old is used it is marked with tlie
curat, stamp, with silver it in sterling, in
gems snd precious stones tlieir quality is
fully guaranteed.
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Limited
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH
S. McMAHON.   - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriage^, Wagons Eto., John
Deere Ploughs, Molina Wpgnns, (.auada Carriage Company's
Hiif-fi-ii-s, Planet jr., Qurdou Seeders and Cultivator:., Wheelwright aud Blacksmith Work attended tu. Horse Shoeing a
Specially
^  P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. *
IIKAD (IKKIOR:   CALGARY,   Al.llK.HTi.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merohante
Pork Packers mul Di'tilers in Live Stock. Markets in all the priori
pal (Jities and Towns of Allieitti, British Uolutiilila and the Yukon.
Puckers if the Celebrated Brand " Iuipi-i-tit"i" Hams and Bacon,
ani " Shamrock" Brand OiitSLiird.
I%r%r%r%r%>% %/%/%-_/»*'%/•'*»'•*-_/»'»'«/%%-_'%'»%>%«*
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ii CANADIAN NORTHWEST OIL COMPANY, LTD_1
Non-Assessable
Non-Personal Liability.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000
Fully Paid
All Common Stock
NO  SUCCESSFUL MAN REJECTS A PROPOSITION  WITHOUT DUE CONSIDERATION
The Market for Oil is  increasing   more   rap
idly than for any other mineral
Every new mine, every new railway or Factory require
lubricating Oil, for which there is no substitute, while new
machinery has created an immense demand for gasoline and
Fuel Oils.
Freight and Duty are the items which makes our
Oil sn costly. So with the production of Oil at home, the
price to the consumer will be redut cd and a profitable industry built up,
Compare the price of Oil here and in the
United States
Dr. Dawson. Dominion Geologist, claimed that
Southwestern Alberta contained the largest un
developed Oil area in America and he lias made   few
mistakes, lt was his prediction of Coal in th. Crow's Nest
Pass that started the development of that rich Held. It was hi*,
prediction of Gas at Medicine Hat. which revealed the greatest Gas Pressure in the world
Our Property lies directly between the Coal
and the Gas, where there must be an abundance
of Oil.
A months' wages invested to day may mean
a Fortune.
OUR PLAN. Your investment is the
motive power to carry on this Drilling,
Pay wages and purchase supplies.
5i> tenth il . r capitalization has been placed in the
Treasury for development purposes. |ust enough of this
Treasury ..lock is offered for subscription to actually carry on
active operations until at least SIX WELLS are put on the
market, then a vote will be taken of all the shareholders for
the election of officers and the subject of building Refineries
.mil laying Pipe Lines, taken up along with other matters at
that time for putting Oil and its products on the market. At
th<- advanced price for which Shares will then sell, the Company has sufficient stock left in the IVeasury to build these
Refineries and pipe lines.
We Have These Planned and are working toward their successful outt ome,
If you own a Share of this Stock you
have an undivided, indisputable title to one
Share in everything the Company Owns,
namely:
2,000 acres of land in the  centre  ol this "il   Belt   and
lease on 2,000 more.
Two drilling outfits, over six cars of  machinery.
Good Camp of Twelve   Houses,   Derrick, K4 feet;    ller-
rick, 90 feet,    Blacksmith Shop, Horses and Supplies,
A Townsite will be put on the Market
as soon as surveyed.
OIL   IS   KING    OF    MONEY    MAKERS.
97 Per Cent of Oil Companies of the States Have
Paid Very Large Dividends.    Here are some stooks:
Home Oil Cost $1.00  Now $5,000
Union Oil Cost $1.00  Now $1,500
New York   "        50 Cents Now $   200
Pacific        "        50 Cents Now $   150
Besides Paying Large Dividends Each Year.
We have been operating since February
Our well .is down 1500 feet and we have found sufficient Oil
to show that our property is very rich.
The Uncertainty is Over.   Our development
will %u rapidly ahead, but we need money.     Your investment
will help us and insure yourself a tidy income in a short time
This is an Opportunity of a Life Time
II you miss it, someone else will take advantage of it.
Stock is selling at $1.00 Per Share and an Immediate advanoe is expeoted. Certificates of 50 Shares
and Upwards Issued.
We invite a Full Investigation of Our
Proposition.
Write To-Day for Further
Information to
\_
T.J.CUMBERLAND, - REVELSTOKE,B.C.
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FLUE-CLEANING
—o dirty, heart-breaking: job.
AND
FLUE-CLEANING
—a clean, record-breaking: job.
THS PLUS DOORS
Situated " singly " over feed door
—on some furnaces.
Situated "doubly," same distance from
each other, same distance from
door—mn "Sunshine" Furnace
"SUNSHINE" ADVANTAGE:
VVWlrf'.^VVWWSVWWWWV- WAIWWS
Operator can easily clean every
bit of soot out of radiator.
THS OPERATION
Fire put out, smoke-pipe pulled
down—on some furnaces.
Fire stays in, smoke-pipe stays up •
"Sunshine " Furnace.
^JNSHJNE^ADVAm Furnace can
be cleaned out any time in season without troubf
dil, or " fear of chilling the house."
McCIary_5
BOURNE BROS., Local Agents
LONDON
TORONTO
MONTREAL
WINNIPEO
VANCOUVER
ST. JOHN, N.B.
HAMILTON
CALGARY
EDISON  PARLOR THEATRE
New Winler Amusement   Hall
for Revelstoke
The Ellison Parlor Theatre will open
August ,31-tt nn MoKe: ziti Av«-nup,
ami lin' Imiltline which \i being litti-it
up will Iii' in every e-p ' t the neatest
and tidiest lln-ntrc in tlie 1 it rinr.
Anipli* Hccommodatinn will be provided and the seats will he arranged
so as lo give an uninterrupted view of
the |screen. Two galleries are being
built ar.d everything will be done to
ensure the safety und comfort ol the
publio. There will be tive exits on
the ground fljor and two in the galleries, which will bu conspicuously
ma kid bo as to give the best and
quickest means of exit from the
building in case ol lire. This is a
feature which should make such a
public entertainment hall popular.
The latest and most up-to-dute films
have lie_un secured und chsuge« will
ba made three times weekly. The
management solicit the patronage of
Reveletoke citizens and will ensure
tbem good and attractive entertainments throughout the season. The
theatre will be a favorite resort during
the winter months. The price of
admission will be as follows:—Adults
20c. Children, 10c. Gallery, Adults
25c. Gallery, children, 15c. Local
men are behind the enterprise, which
should secure good public  patronage
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. SING, Proprietor
A New Carpet
Board by week
Single   meals   -
S5.CO
25 c.
iVtcKenzie   Avenue
CEMENT BLOCKS
M it mi Cue tn rod Tor all classes of buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for sale in largo or small nnani.il ins
at tho lowest price, for cosh.
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, - REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Oash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs.
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   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branoh, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Tax Sale Notice
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE ie hereby given that I shall sell at publio auction on Thursday
the 10th day of Hepterob r, A. D„ 1908, at the Oity Hall, Revelstoke, B. Cat
ONE o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or improvements, or real property, as
described, for unpaid delinquent Municipal taxes, special rates, interests,
costs and expenses due thereon, unless in th" meantime the arrears of Municipal laxeB, special rati-s, interest, oosls and expenses, as set forth in tlie
schedule hereunder, be siiimi-r paid.
Dat«d at Revelst.ike, H. <\, this 18th day of August, A. D. 1908.
JUtUCE A. LAWSON,
C   lie.ui for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke,
By
SCHEDULE
)llliui|UI'Ut
iaxcii -iiul
Statu I.n y
corIh aud
TislKl
amount
lot
ll luok
W«nl
ill lure-it
expiMi.eti
title
Awcimd Own.r
m liuis.ai.'ini
Allen, O. H.         house
on river bank
8
IK) 70
5 1)5
65 81
Christie, G. F.
4
15
8
27 01
8 II)
81 81
Campbell, Josephine
«,         i»
1
2
10
10
2
2
42 80
80 1.1
4 10
8 58
4(1 10
81 17
,i         ■■
8
10
2
80 (II
8 68
81 17
1,         i.
4
10
2
811 (II
8 58
81 17
ii         ••
11
11
2
28 28
8 10
211 II
1,         ii
12
11
2
811 04
8 58
81 17
Coursier, 11. N.
2
8
8
211 III
8 80
211 81
,,         it
2
I)
8
28 70
8 48
82 27
Bison, Mrs. W.
It
14
8
80 mi
8 50
81 Oil
Kink, Henry
11
18
8
28 28
8 05
2(1 118
Gavin, P.
20
11
2
1 (12
2 10
8 72
21
11
2
1 (12
2 10
8 72
Kerr Ac I/ibb
II
0
8
211 81)
8 00
28 80
ii
11
10
8
20 80
8 00
28 80
ii
4
10
8
20 80
8 00
28 80
,,
5
10
8
17 27
2 85
20 12
Law, W. J.
(I
27
1
10 48
8 oo
22 18
Menhennick, Cory
7
4
2
28 84
8 40
82 21
5
86
8
27 22
8 85
80 27
,i          ••
6
85
8
82 00
8 (15
80 81
Mar Btille
15
18
I
75 52
5 75
81 27
Mowntl, Alexander
1
18
8
III .111
4 80
50 811
2
18
8
Vi 27
8 15
211 42
Needhani, Sum sr
5
14
8
87 84
8 0U
41 74
i«          «i
< 5
10
8
44 70
4 22
40 01
(,          ,i
4
IU
8
85 04
8 75
88 70
i,          ii
1)
10
8
00 KO
5 88
71 IH
Nelson, Jno.
Villa 8
8
28 88
8 44
82 27
"     I
8
88 40
8 0i5
87 05
Newman, Mrs. W. H.
1
40
2
8 B6
2 10
5 52
t,          ii
2
4(1
2
8 86
2 10
5 52
Paul, Mrs. Isabella
ft   Addition Ii
8
II III
2 80
8 70
7
It
8
4 87
2 21
7 11
Pool. W. II.
a
2
8
85 01
8 78
80 81)
10
17
8
11) (HI
2 05
22 01
Rom. Mis. W.
0
1
1
20 21
8 00
28 24
Ki-eser. Fred    (Plan (I'm)       15
0
■A
8 24
2 III
5 40
ii
21
8
2
1 K7
2 86
7 12
it
22
8
2
4 87
2 25
7 12
ti
14
1)
8
II 21
2 10
5 4(1
it
2
11
8
22 20
8 II
25 81
t.
8
II
8
22 20
8 11
25 81
Ht.niiiliiii'h, Paul
7
II)
8
81 110
8 75
88 71
ii           tt
H
III
8
28 28
8 15
211 111
Smith, Herbert
II
18
8
10 81
2 11(1
22 80
Shaw, Gnu. 0.
5
1
8
80 IK)
8 55
84 24
Ham, Henry
II
7
8
111) 1)0
S 00
127 0C
Serrianni, Angelo
(1
1(11
1
III 82
2 01
11) (K
Htactiy, Mrs. K.
2
44
1
21 77
8 08
21 81
WiMilsey, I).
1
41
8
72 in
500
77 07
TRACK WASHED OUT
a Cloudburst  at Spatzum
Near Spences Bridge
A cloudburst occuned at Spatzum,
just east of Spences bridge, at 10
o'clock on Sut-diiy morning, and one
result i,f tbe torrential rains which
fell was tbe washing out of some 60
leet of the main line tracks of the
C.P.R.
The trains from the eaBt,Nos.97and
l.were caught on the east of the washout and bad to be held there till tbe
track could be repaired The east-
bound trains which left Vancouver
were somewhat delayed by the washout. ;
Patent Window Device
\V. Sawyer, of Vernon, brother of
R. H. and 11. Sawyer of this city, has
patented a uew device for window sash
sustaining, its improvement on the
weight system being generally recog
nized.
Simplicity is its keynote. The
patent is simply three um nl pulleys
in a com pressed steel case, having a
rope passed around each pulley, forming a bind which -sustains the sash.
There is practically no friction, the
tension of llie rope passing round the
pulleys sustaining the sush. A child
can apply it. It works exactly as the
present system of weights in adjusting
to sny height. Simply lift the window
up and down and the device sustains
the window wherever left.
The patent costs between 25 and
50 cents, as compared to weights at
$2 to $3. The advantages that it has
over the weights should be enumerated
It oan be applied in a very lew inin
uteB,and should anything go wrong,
it can be udjueled in a few minutes,
whereas weights take consideiahle
time besides tearin. the windows.
Mr. Sawyer is open for offers either
to Bell his pa'fiit outright or for percentage or royalty.
Georgia  Minstrels
"All work aud no play makes Jack
a dull hoy." Amusement is as necessary to the welfare of humanity as
labor.
To the brain-fagged business man,
overworked cleik and drugging housewife, no form of amusement appeals
as does tlie Minstrels. Their fun is
natural, spontaneous snd exhilarating
free from rant snd theatrics.
Undoubtedly the best known and
popular minstrel organization before
the public today is Richards it
I'riiigle'i. which appear at the Opera
House on Tuesday, Sept. 1st.
Each year they bring a bran new
show, and each year Ihe show seems a
little better than tlieir previous visit.
There are a lot uf now faces this season, but Clarence Powell still heads
the fun fountain. They are forty in
number, and every one of them is an
artist.
There is a band of twenty and an
orchestra of ten; and such a band and
orchestra, well, they're worth going
a long way to hear
There will be a big parade at noon,
and a free concert in front of the theater at 7 30 o'clock in the evening.
A violent westerly gale swept uv. i
the city on Monday alternoon accom
pauied hy heavy rain and hail. Tin
wind traveled at a rate ol over 70
miles an hour during the height of tin
storm. Several trees were blown over
but no other damage was done. Tin
rain wis very weloome, and beside**
relicving the crops snd soil will materially aid in the extinguishing ol all
forest Ores.
A meeting of tho W.C.T.U. will be
beld in the Methodist church, Friday,
Aug. 28th, at 8:80 p.m.   Important 1
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock, Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
For the Farm,  Garden,  Lawn
or Conservatory
Reliable Varieties at reasonable prices
No Borers. No Scale. No fumigation
to damage stock. No windyjitgents to
annoy you. Buy direct and get trees
and seeds that grow.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray jPumps
Spraymn Material, Cut Flowers, etc.
Olde ' e-t.ni -died nurseiy on the
raainl.iri i of H.C.   Catalogue free.
M   J.  HENRY'S NURSERIES
Ore nhouses and Seed Houses
VANCOUVER,       -     -      -     B. C.
S.S. REVELSTOKE
The Steamer leaves Five Mile
Landing (during stage ol high
water) at 6 u.m. on Tuesday and
Friday, fur Downie Creek and way
points, returning same da#y.
Freight must be ready for delivery to teams of Revelstoke
Cartage Co., Ltd., on Mondays and
Thursdays at 1 p.m., and must be
prepaid.
The Cartage Company's Stage
leaves for the Boat Landing at 5:30
p.m on Monday and Thursday and
connects with the steamer on arrival
back in the evening, and makes
special trips, when required, on
Tuesday and Friday mornings,
leaving town at 4 a.m.
Comfortable berths and good
meals on Steamer. Telephone connection between steamer and local
exchange—No. B139. Dates of
sailings may be changed without
notice.
F. SWANSON,
PURSER.
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamshi
Line
SAILINGS
'p
From
Liverpool
From
Montreal
Quebec
Sat. " 15 Lk. Manitoba
Fri. " 21 Emp. Ireland
Sat. " 211 Lk.Champlain
Fri. Sept I Emp. Britain
Summer Season from Montreal
and Quebec
EMPRESSES—
1st, Class Snd, Class jrd, Class
$90 00    $^K 7s $28 75
LAKE MANITOBA -
III, Class mil. Class jrd, Class
$So mi       $41 511       $27 50
Otmkr i.akk Boats—
-•ml. Class jrdi Class
$45 on        Ijl.; go
Cheap rules lo Atlantic Seaboard
points In oonnootion with tie_.ni'
ship tloketi
PaHHi'iigi'i'H Ihioked to Niirwuy,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg ninl
all other emiliii-> inl ports,
For further Information applv lo
T. W. Bradsliaw,    E. J, Coy le,
Agent, A.G.P.A.
itevitlstoki'.        Vancouver,
rich
.il.sr-i
tility
from   nnr   cln it ml  h 1 1
stock of Axiiiint-ter, Wilton.
will giv>' v.tl both pIl'HslUt
satisfaction .hen ynu see th
and bi'ini iful 1 ll'i tst« nl the e
anil p'i'ti nis unit the duriil
of the f hi ies Our carpels are
ninth' by 1 in. best manufactures
snd an msde to wear well, us well
as to I nlr well.
Jt HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE^   IB.  O-
Central Hotel
 REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built        First-olaes in every respect.    All modern convenience-
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates $1.60 per Day. Spec   I Weekly Rates.
Queen's  Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same   managem ni
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
NOTICE
West Ko itknay Lanii DISTRICT
Take Notice Mini 60 days nfter d.iin
[ArthurB. Evan- of Beaton, B. < .
occupation, 1 to-i • clor. intend i.i
apply fnr j-fi'mis i..n lo pm-chase Ibe
following di". 1 '.bi'sl land- situated mi
Fi.h Biver, in Witt Kno'iiiay ilis.
nit t.
Comment int.'at tht- nnl th-east corner of A. D. Mm kn>'.' piv inpu 11 Nu.
7.SUJ, ami unu kid "A. K. Evan-.
North-west Corner Post." theme 8
chaina to west lin- of Mc-Kini on's
pre-emption; ihein-e 50 chain-, smith,
thence 8 1 hains west to MniKay's,
thence nurth 501 hains to point nl commencement, containing 40 acres more
01   li-ts.
Located August 3rd, 1808.
- A. E. EVANS, Locator.
Certificate  of  Improvements
ITOTIOE
Min:. Ii. mm era! cl&iio, Mtuat* In the   Trout L&k*
Mining Division of West Kooteriy IHt-trkt.
Where locat«<l:-At the head of Goat ('reek Basin
adjoning tbe Holsom mineril claim, Lot -5*7,
Cirou 1.
Take notice that I, R. Hmith, F.M.C 1SSDBH.
acting a., agent for J. 11. Mackenzie, F.M.C. No.
Ii'.*4__'.y, tnteml, sixty day* from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder ior a tvrtiflcate <>f
Iiiipru ve id eut«, for the purpose of obtaining a
Cro will iriiit of the above claim.
Ami-_ further take notice that action, tinder
Section 37, must Ibe commenced befoie the in*u-
ance of Mich Ortiflca rorementa.
Dated this __5th <lay of June.  A.n , 1S08.
aft     27 R. HMITH.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that G. Brink, of Halcyon, B. C, Cruiser, intends to apply
for permission to purchase the following descrilied lands.
Commencing at a post planted on
the east side of Upper Arrow Lake, at
the south-east corner of Lot 2451, and
marked -'G. K. Brink's North-West
Ooaner Post "j thence east 20 cbains;
thence south 20 chains; thence west
20 chains to the lake shore; thence
northerly along the lake shore 20
chains more or less to the point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less.
G. K. BRINK.
Dated August 5th, 1008,
•T.   ALBERT      STOZt-TIE
EOP.
Queens J4otel
COMAPLIX
Best brands oi Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek: will find excellent accommodation at this
Hotel.
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
NOTICE
Sixty ihtyN .ifli'i' dale I intend lo
apply lo the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Ill-ginning at a post planted at the
south-cast corner of I .ul No, 8500 purchased by Julius Dougal, running
west 20 chains; thence south 211 chains;
tlience east 20 chains; thence north 20
cluiins to point ol commencement.
Dated June 1.1th, 1008,
HOWARD Wm,r, Applicant.
jly 4 D. Dewar, Agent,
FIRST ANNUAL
FALLOT
X FAIR
Of Agricultural Society
Revelstoke
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Sept. 7, 8 and 9
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given lhat Hustings, Doyle A Allum, Limited, will,
thrni! months after date, apply to the
Lieutenant-Governor In Council for an
Ordcr-ln-Oouncil changim. the Company's name In."Doyle A Allum, Limited."
Dated the Llll It day of June, 1008.
Hahvky, McCahtkh A Pinkham,
Siilii'ii'iii   Fur  Hustings,  Duvle A Al
him, Limited jly 4 Um w
$3,500 Prizes
Athletic Sports
Horse Racing
District Exhibits
For full particulars, and for Prize Lists of
Exhibits, and Programmes of Athletic Sports
and Horse Racing see small bills or write to :
C F. LINDMARK, Pres. 0, H. MACDONALD, Secy.
F. B. WELLS, Treasurer.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Distbict
District of West Kootkkay
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel
James Hallow, of Nakusp, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends 10 apply for
permission lo purchase the following
described laud :
Commencing at a pott planted at a
point twenty (20) chains east nf a point
eighty cbains south of the southwest
corner of Lot No. 8,149; thence south
40 cbains, thence east 40 chains, thence
north 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
to point of commencement and containing one hundred and sixty (100)
acies more or less.
(Sgd) Samcbl James Harlow.
Dated July 11, 100S.
Certificate of Improvements
_N"OTIO___]
Skookum, Drumliimmon and Buck-
horn Fraction Mineral Claims, situate in Hevelstoke Mining Division of
West Kootenay District,
Where located: On the north side of
Cougar Creek.
Take notice that I, William I. Briggs
of Revelstoke, B. C, Solicitor, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B04288, acting
as agent for and on behalf of His Majesty King Edward VII, in the Right
of the Dominion of Canada Free Miner's Certificate No.B04287, intend sixty
days from dale hereof to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificates of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above
claims.
And further take nolice that action
under section 87 must be commenced
before the issuance uf such Certificates
ol Improvements.
Dated this 2nd day nf July, 1908.
jly 4 W. I. Ukk-hs.
Certificate of Impiovements.
_N"0_TIC_E
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 Divisimi of West Kootenay
District.
Wli'ie   located!—At  Head of  Kidd
Creek, a tributary of Boyd Creek.
TAKE NOTICE lhat   I,   0.  B.  N.
Wilkie, acting   as  agent   for   Hector
Poiiier,   F.M.C.   117480,   and   George
Johnson, F.M.C. BOjOol, intend, sixty
days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining   Recorder   for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the pur|Kwe of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claims.
And further take notice that action,
under sect ion 37, must be commenced
la-fore the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 28th day of May, A. D.
1008.
O. B. N. WILKIE, B.C.L.8.
w iny_7 Trout take, B. C.
For Sale
One and ono-lislf acres cleared land
fifteen minutes walk Irom the school
house, suitsble Inr strawberry growing
or market garden; six-roomed house,
cow house, chicken houso and wood
shed; city water laid on; electric light
up to propel ty; price f 1,000 cash. Ap
ply P. 0. Box 713, Bevelstoke, B. C.
DON'T
"Flashlights on Human Nature"
maiirv, Dooron or
dsnair,    "Do-vi do ■
thln-r " till roil «■••■ ' lourl)-
WlUllM Ih-.I  1.)  Kill   Of
on health, -Um-**-!, iovo, manlntfc anil |ian<ntA(e
TisIIm what yon si «._ a doctor.uut don't like to
M0 MflSS. in-i-itrat-Kl. 16 orata: but tolntrodune
It wo Mink one only to any adult for po_U_o,
10 oonta,
M   HILL, PUB. OO.
131 but Mth atrMt, MISS YONK
UND NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuuy.
Take notice that John Michael Doyle
nf Hevelfinke, B.C., Mana/iT, intends
to apply for permission to purchase the
following descrilied html:
Coiiiutfiifitig at a post planted on
the easterly liank of the Columbia
Hiver at the north-west corner of Lot
2771, Group I, Kootenay, and marked
"Julin M. Doyle's south-west corner
post," Ihence east 40 cliains; thence
north 40 ehains; ihence wesi 40 chains
more or less to the easterly liank of
the Columbia river; thence southerly
along the bank of said river 40 chains
inure or less to the point of commencement, containing 100 acres iinue or
less.
JOHN MICHAEL DOYLE,
liy his agent, Geo. H. McCarter.
Dated June _Uth, 1008. J27 OOd
LAND NOTICE
llevelsloke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that George McCarter,
Sr., of H.-velsioke, B.C., Agent, Intends to apply for permissioi to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted on
the west Imnk of the Columbia River
at the south-east corner of Lot 8205,
Group 1, Kootenay, and marked
"George McCarter, 8r., north-east corner post," thence west 10 chains;
thence south 20 chains; tbenco east 20
chains more or less to the west bank
of the Columbia river; thence northerly along the west hank of the Columbia river to the point of commence
ment. euniaining 26 acres more or less.
GEORGE McOARTER, Sr.,
By his agent, Geo. 8. McCarter.
Dated June _Ht_i, 1906, j 27 00d THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE,..B. 0.
r ALii
Manufacturers Samples of Fa!
Costumes, From $16.00 to $40.
ON THURSDAY, the _>jth inst., we will have on   exhibition
a full range o(   New Costumes,   all   of   these   Costumes   will   he   for
sale, and for any oalers given wc guarantee a fit.
You take no chances in placing an order,   as we  are prepared
to   run   all  risks.
'.
REID  & YOUNG
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*JT*+T t* '+7*+' *_p %J? "   ■*■ "   + * +
FOR
Suxiburn
I Tan and
I    Freckles
T 1, t 'i BirtVle nl onr KM. . W
'$» Flower Cream. .Inst what *V
&  ynu are looking Ior |J>
& SOLD AT -|t
f C. R. MACDONALD'S &|
A Revelstoke, B. C +j+j
& •$■ .fr »ii et' 't"t' 'I1 't1 't' 'I1 't» *!';
Born
Kim;i.u— At   Rovelstoke,  ll. I'.. Aug
19 it. to Mr. and   Mrs .1    Ringer,  n
son.
Weather Forecast
Wednesday, Aug. 20.—Unsettled,
probable showers, line later.—Temp.
Max. 114; Min. 41 - .
Local and General.
Selling out tit cost—new nnd second
band Furniture. .1 C, Hull, First
Street.
11 H Morris, Supt. ol the Pacific
Coast branch of the Hank ol Com-
merce, i- in the city to-ilay.
Judge Wilson presided ut the sitting
o| the County Court yesterday. A
lew minor cases were disposed ot.
1. M. Hagar returned hiss night
Iroui a business trip to Winnipeg He
report- the crops limit cut and in good
s-nape.
Miss Chamberlain, of C. B, Hume _:
Co.'s department Btore, is attending
the millinery openings nt Seattle and
P  rtisnil.
The lire escape on the east wall of
the Public school is completed and
will be tested a;- soon as nn opportunity arrives.
6. Shaw is well under way with lhe
contract for the pavilion to be erected
tor the fall fair on the Agricultural
Society's ground*.
Victor Woodland, plainer (oreinau
it the Bowman Lumber Co who was.
burl last week, is progressing very
favorably and expects to resume his
duties next week.
A special meeting of those interested
m tli.* Kiir, hi sides chairmen of com-
•■• - md otbi r» connected   with it
-.111 be held in the City Hall at  8 p.
ni tin- evening    A full attendance la
.    ,. -t. .1
The first copy "1 theCreston Revien
lias ; isi been received al ibis office,
rhe new joornal is the enterprise "I
I, .1. Aihirioii "( tin Slocan Review,
Sew Denver,and will be published to
the lute rests ol that district.
A banquet will be given tl the
r. Dtral hotel to-night in n r ..( A,
II. Lowe, _raml president ol tbe Maintenance ol Way  Employees,  snd one
representative    i   each labor   orgai
./.a; n will be invited to attend.
A special meeting ol the ratepayers
of tbe Begbie school dislriot will be
held on Saturday,   Sent. 6tb,   »t   In
a. in. in the Cilv Hall for the  purpose
tl authorising tbe ruining ol money to
purchase anil clear a   sel I   site   Binl
to provide tor school furnishings, etc.
a lull attendance if particularly
requested.
A WINNER
that's whal lhe people stay of
mil'AI bread. It's unsurpassed
l'or its tint ii I ions i|iiiilities, its
exquisite llavov, its purity and
whilencsx, while ils superior
uniform quality make il n food
thai is always thoroughly reliable.
SCHOOL BOOKS
FOR
PUBLIC nnd HIGH SCHOOLS
A School Hag given
away with purchases
of  School Supplies.
BEWS' DRUG STORE
NEXT    HUME   BLO'.'K
in the grocery line, and il is all
of the very best quality, supplied
by the standard manufacturers
anil importers. Ten, coffee, cocoa
sugar, nntter, rice, lard, cheese
anil all lhe standard brands of
canned meals, fish, fruit, preserves 7111.1 other table delicacies.
When you buy horn you may be
sure you aro getting lhe full
value of riuir money In every
wnv.
HOVSOJV
u
ts.
Karn is King
The right  Pinno ut the right prioe.
Call and see us before vnu buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agents.     Money to Loin.
•SI
.Miss Chamberlain, of C. 1! Hume A
Co.'s department store, is attending
tbe millinery openings at Seattle and
Portland,
Included in the opening nighi pr i-
gramme at the new Kdison Parlor
rheatre, Monday, Sept. 31,will be new
films showing scenes in an African
town; comic picture, the Diabolical
1'ick Pocket, and two magnificent
colored pictures, the Vestal anil lhe
Poacher's Wife
The Fruit and Produce Exchange ol
ll. C, have presented two bain1.- •
cups for the Hevelstoke Fall Kair. In
class 1. for green fruit, district exhibit,
I-i . cup; 2nd . $5; 3rd . $3, In '-I ss
2, ten apples, special for individual
growers, for the besl ten Commercial
i.ill anil winter apples, 1st eti|> 2nd .
|3; linl , |2; lib . fl
The local improvement by-law mi
thorising tbe construction of cement
sidewslka round the business section
of McKenzie avenue un First street at
a cosl|ol .ib. ni ?8,600, to be raised by
frontage tax, received ii» three read
inns at the ivy Council  meeting on
Monday night   v*.ith   the unai us
c .ti- ni oi i be 0 i'il
- Beckerton, Mrs. Beckerton and
family, arrived in the city from Navon
Ont., on Saturday, Mr, and Mis
Beckerton ar.' old-time Revelstoke
oitixens and were residents of this
eily over 11 years ago, when Mr.
Beckerton owned b bool and shoe
store here Mr. Beckerton will opi n
up a boot and shoe repairing simp
ns soon iis lie nets a location. Mis
Beckerton is a sister of Mrs Sam
Needham, jr.
Thi' public ami   high    schools   onre
more became the scene of busy ind is-
try on Monday, and the children are
now gathered to their seats of learning
With the rapid increase of population
in the city that, has been apparent,
then- is ft considerable augmentation
of tho sohool roll. The children ham
returned healthy ami ready for  work,
there being lew absentees nt, the   lirst
opening.     D, L, MoL»urin  assumed
the piincipnlship of the high school.
Social and Personal
Mr. Ilii hum:, manager Cil the Imperial Hunk at Arrowhead, was in the
city on Monday to attend the llnSj itsl
t 'ting.
Mrs ti.8 McCarter has leturned
from .i visit to Band
M t. Peterson, of t be P. Hums O, .
stair, left last night fur Calgary,
Kng. W Tomlinson, from Notch
Hill, has been Bpending a few days
at bis home.
Miss Frances Paget has taken up
her duties u -< teacher at   Okan
agan centn
.1. Sibl •  ■    Imperial  Hank
stall   •■ G    len, jiaitl a flyitrg  visit   t
his li Sunday
.1   Mi-Mar',-,,   if   tbi     ' •    Ii'
partn t • sterdsy for Cram
i.bers      . ., ■■■ tin   foi    a     '   ti"
• the c    ector at l hal poinl.
M    ,..'i Mrs '     Anderson    Misses
\■ ib rst ti  M.-s Benson    Mr _nd Mm
Swan Carlson and   there were visitor.
up Mod mark 'trail to   Victoria   Pari
for the last week end
Watch for     The Shaughratin "
I he Revelstoke public ihould nnl
miss the opportunity ..( seeing I hi
finest Irish drams ever staged in Ke-i
elstoke This production will is
played by the Amateui Dramatic
Cluh and is ni' ll ''il t .inn. The
Shaughratin." Replete with a raal
stoti. i.f wit, liiini"iis, tragedy and
pathos "The Shaughraun" oanm I
appeal to our pe iple, rite ami le is
speotaeular ami contains many in
bleanx which vividly portray the stirring scenes and Incidents of the play.
Don't fail to secure   a seat lor Sepl
7t,h, Labor Day night, ftt Opera house,
Advance Lumber Prices.
.-skatti.k, Aug. 2li—Aii  Immediate
advance   in   the   price  of    lumber,
shingles anil other forest,   products    is
expected by prominent  operators   In
tint .Northwest.    The niiiisiially heavy
Htiles of timber,    such   as   have "Vim
made within the past, few  slays, would
indicate this fact,       Expecting an ml
viilictt   in    the    price   of   timber,   lhu
Wealth) operators nie   buying    up   a
thn available timber lands at. the prui
ent low prices,   and   they   ex peel,   i
realize handsomely   whim   the   prion
urn raised.
SPORTING NOTES
Vernon made fl girrison li nib in
the ciicket match wall lho A Ihi ms at
Victoria this week. The Vi rt ons were
retired for 47 in Ilic lirst inning',
while the Albums se red flfi. In tin
second innings the Vernon eh v n rut
up 189, while tlio Al inns were retired
fur HI, the Vern n le_nm winnine by
nine runs.
The Labor Day -puns c-i-uiuil'.oe
have the program'it-' n-w urra.i.'i!
ami the prize-' ar.- ilmt olaea They
aro too numerous to mention brio,
but there are four silver cups in lhe
list and all the Other prizes are good,
All men who art trying fnr n place
_n the bull team to pi i y ICaniloops in
Labor Day should take t very opportunity to get nut and practise Kits!
practise to-night, next un I'tiefiiltiy
night.
The Y.M ('.A. dud Oity Iiicicbbo
teams will play a league gams on
Monday night, Y.M.C.A. grounds, ut
li p.m, sharp.
The Scots (Jreys and Hopefuls meet
this evening at baseball in the semifinals in the Y.M.C.A, scries. Play
will commence at (i p.m.
The following bssehall seniors are
requested to turn out to-night for
practice, l'roulx, Scott, McLennan,
Dtilgleish, Moluerny, Blnckadar, Hope.
Kbeiiey, Jackson, Noll, It Her.
The lacrosse mulch, City v. Y.M.C.
A., hilled (or last Monday, wns postponed through wet weather.
The Y. M. C A truck team will
ptaeiice to-morrow night on tie
McKenzie nvutitic prom ils, starting
from the Y M.C.B.iit (1:15 p.ir.
Local lawn tenuis players cmi'd not
etu tenm togelhui' in play (lohlett
this week ami lhu visil in thnt oily
h.is heei. ji stpon ll.
Canadian Northwest Oil Co.
I he Can.idi m N .uhwest Oil Cn
whose iidvi iiiM'tti-'ui ttppuniH on iiii-
othei page of ihis issue, ia one of the
new crimpatiics thai iscluiming a gopd
deu 1 of attention Irmii investors nnd
men of atl'airs in Uri-i-di Cnlumbi.i
Being a Cnnadinii Company investing
Canadian capital to develop commercial reso-'rees, its progress is luii.g
wuicheil wilh more, than usual interest
and the success uf the development
work has more limn,justified the Confidence placed in ils directors by the
public. Having secured exieu-ive
claims ut what Dr. Dawson claimed
wis ■ ihe gteule.it undevel ped oil
area in Amend*," lliey commented
the development of what promises io
be file 'I the most extensive and
profitable nd'isiiies of Camilla. The
work is hem. ct-iiid ou by live of lhe
must expert tb ... is ii Pennsylvania
under the dirroliiiu of H. II. Mc-
Oulcheon whu has brought in the
largest   snd   imst. complete drilling
plan! ever used in Ci   n U.
The wm k h.s la-en in progress since
February ol this ycir and the iudica
lions of a large How ul oil mo better
Ihau ever hoped for. An anuhsis ut
the .il brought fr m this district
shows it to be equsl to anything pro
dticeil in the world which assures it a
ready market The directors who are
delighted with Iheir property expect
in a few muut It" to be in ii pisition 10
put their pr. due on the market and
anyone furlumitc enough to In Id this
stuck may mon l< < k for handsome
return-
Sues for Damages
'...; . . ... Mo Ann 24—.VI
is. _.,. .,.( upon hy in m
i.-:- thrown violently lo the 11 un ., il
.... d and beaten most unmercifully
while lie was blindfolded," tu taking
the -' eni'! degree inil i ttion iuto the
M di . 'A aid men, John A. Qriesi-1,
e.lu..r f ibe Golden (late Register,
hi- tiled suit fur IId.'Ksi damages
siiaiinit the order,
Qriesel »vers tbftl two ribs weie
bi nit in   an   tttempl   to   ride  tbe
' ,'unt'   ,ver .i rough mail   mid  Unit fur
two days he was confined to Ins borne
t. ..a' unl of Ins injuries
For Sale
liry oedai oord wood—Revelstoke
General Agencies  Ltd.
CRICKET MATCH
With  Okanagan   Sports   Club
Abandoned Through Rain
The cricket match agniiiBl thu Suuth
Okaiiican Spi rts Club yestirday, bad
r.i be nhani'O'ied owing I" the di luges
■f ruin tb it fell nil d y. 1 he vi 'lur
in spile of the tl;sap|niiiitnn'ti' nil ile-
t'.'ni'e.l    thill    i It y    hail   • iij-iyed I In i
visil I-i   th"   •. ity   and   th ert ut.
liri-nt.   pl'iiViduil    I n thi'iii.      I'I i)  is i
8 att'il in ihe niurning n.d eoiitiiiued
t'll   lunch,   lhe  buine   tcitii   battiiti
but. tlie heavy rain upset all sciul'limc
of ciicket.   The liinoli pr vidul hy Un
ladies   wiis   ih'   feature nf the n a'nl
ami proved n  ph a-  ul sncii: funel.im
Ti.e large imi quite gave shelter In both
visit is  nt tl   'estili'ti's and 'ho sump,
tuuua ropast  was  dune  lull justice to
by nli.     II, It. Atkins, nil bein'f of the
Kevelstoke club, welcomed lhe guests,
his remarks  being hini'tlly responded
to by the visitors, An i tVort was made
after lunch   lo  resume  the game but
the rain was still as heavy as ever and
the match was called of.
The visitors returned home on No.
i!7 well pleased with their reception.
Tlie following were the guests of the
home club: Mr. and Mrs. Cricblon,
Mr. and Mrs. Walker, Messrs. J. Ma-
quire, J II. Thompson, M. H. Vernon,
F. Thoineloe, A. Burdekin, W. O. D.
Mitchell, H. Favell, .1. Oakley, O. H.
Parker, A. Humphreys, A. Bennett, A.
II. Bell, A  Swinton,
NEW BRANCH BANK
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Will Open in Revelstoke
Officials of iin- Canuli ai H ii k of
Commerce, the Iieiul . lilies ol which
art in Toronto, iue in ibecilj lidav
for the purpo-e uf s.p. niii'. up a branch
ni Revelsti lc . -\ sni'ai-lo lo'"a ion
was this moi' ing dicidid upon and
the now branch will he open In biisi
ness in a few days. Tui- new nidi-
tion to the business iuli rests ol If .el
Hoke will he a  fiti'l ef eviilei I ibe
progress and uiinimc.l-iitl inlpmluiico
uf the city ns a centre for the I rude ol
the Interior, ami t hn ciiy a i « hole
will weleun e   lhe   Hank of I'n   .nterce
amongst th     Th   I ilu ' ui   H vel-
stnkc is vm> in .mi- it.- ut I no blotter
di niiinsl.ruliuii ul 1:i..-1■..11 le Been than
in the establishment of banking concerns in our midst.
II. II. Mollis, sup: iin.eiiileiit nf the
Pacific Coast bianchesof the Canadian
Hank nl Commerce, will open the bank
in the promises mijuliiiug lho City
Bakery uu McKcirn Ave, mid opposite theEdirson Phioi  Ihealie
Spongitis Cured
l.i.itAXox, Oregon, Aug. _<i—Four
doctors al Albany found n spuuge in
the vitals of Mrs. S. II. Klliott, on
wl.oiii they performed an operation on
account nt inexplth 'b pain '.
Mrs, Klli ill «us ipeitited ou ut
Oklahoma hist yo.i . the southern
siirgeuns sewing up ' Hpuime inside.
Trainmen Will Not Strike
FORT Wn.i.lam, Out . Angus! 25 —
At ii large meeting of thn trainmen of
Fort William Division nf the 0 P.R,
held yesterday, to take action on the
mechanics' strik'-, it was decided by n
large majority not In st.jk.. in sympathy with the shop men.
MCLENNAN'S
SIGNAL SHIRTS
A SIGNAL SHIRT will
I ou I ueur any oilier miuli', be-
I cause Union Workmanship
j nnd highest gi'uili! muii>riuI.s
j combined, ni d lie.ititsc the
! incii who plan the gttniionls
'' iiinlt'i'sl.'iiiil tlm necils of the
; ritilrouil mon. They are cut
for comfort. The Signal Shirt
ul $1.75 sin pusses iill ollicrs
; ill details for comfort.
MCRAE MERCANTILE   CCJ.
IF THE CLASS LOOKS TOO BIG
heller not sny it won! till yuu have
ilrtink the soda we serve you. Then
vnu'll only wish it had been bigger
anil thnt ynu could hold mine. For
if there is a perfectly- satisfying, delicious drink on the earth it is a glass
of our famous soda. Stop and have
III least une. If yi nr capacity were
equal tn your desire ynu would want
it dozen.
's Candy Palace
W A N T E D
WANTED   A guod general servant
Apply  lo Mrs. A. H. MeClene-
ghau, Impeital Hank residence.
I vININGROOM GIRL wanted im-
1 / uietliitlely for lhe Union Hotel.
Arrowhead, Apply tu W. .1. Light-
bui'ue. Arrowhead.
ri ,(i LET   Nu-.' Furnished  House un
1     Set ninl 81 reel,  $2.-,0ll a   mouth
Apply lu Columbia Agencies,  Ltd,
}.vlit SALES -Two g I Milk Cows,
'    For pnrtli ithirs npply  to  James
Heighlv.
WANTED TO LKT ll roomed
house pm ily furnished. $26,
I', i in nn .I house 812 Apply Coin in bin
Agencies, Limited,
WANTED    District Agent, for Arch-tit.   Hiikness,     RogUt ration
unl Identification Policies, whit h have
novel   I•■;.I ut es.      Big  i iiiiiiniswiuu fill
tight, parly, Premiums low. Apply
II. (i. Brown, III King ton St.. Victoria, II 0.
. CKK><H>0<KK><HH><KH>0<H>O<><K.^^
CLEARING SALE AT COST
No Bogus Sale
Having vacated my premises   opposite the   Union   Hotel   to
tie Northern Crown H.nk, it   necessltsiea me tooloor ftway a
very lurgc antl Oompiete Stock including some f.H) pair of
Inu.'I made end store sin is, burners, saddlery, trunks, valises
and fancy leather goods nl cost.
LOGQINt- HOOTS AND HARNESS A SPECIALTY,
E. A. SPRING
Boot   and   Harness   Manufacturer
A Temporary Prsmlses, Ideal Furniture Store
I       Opposite the  Windsor  Hotel. - FIRST STREET
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Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE—WINNIPEG
Capital (authorized)      $6,000,000
11        paid up 2,200,000
Rest, at   undivided profits        225,ooo
President   sir I). M   McMillan, K.C.M.G.   Vice Presidwuts—Edward Gur-
ney and ('apl. 1, ,11. Robinson.   Gen. Man.- .1. W. deC, O'Qrady.
Special attention paid to Savings  Bank Deposits
Interest allowed from il.tti- of deposit and credited quarterly.
Open every C P. R.  Pay Night, also Saturday Evenlnge 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   Corner First St. and Connaught Ave.
A.  F.  D.  LACE,   Manager   Revelstoke  Branch
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Court of Revision
Notiee is hereby _pvnn that tha flrsl
sitting ol'lhe Court, of Revision, to revise the assessment, roll for the year
lists, will he held in the Council Chamber, City ll.ill, Hevelstoke, H. C, on
Monthly, Sepl; 21st, 1DIIK, ul 7 o'clock
p.m.
August Hlllt, UKIS.
BRUOH A. LAWSON,
nl City Clerk.
WANTED
TENDERS are requested for the
purchase of Lota 12 and 18, Bb'ck 67,
■it'iale nn Eighth Street, near McKenzie Avenne, in the City of Hevelstoke. These line building lots belong
to the McD"' nlil Estate, and will be
suid ai. n sacrifice to close up the
estate. The highest ur any lender
not necessarily accepted, Forward
tenders on or before   l«t  ol  October,
ISI08, to lhe undersigned.
BURNS A WALKEM,
liuriister-, Vancouver,
ltw, 4ws.
YOUR EYES TIRE
OR
Your Head Aches
Consult
OUR  OPTICIAN
Eyes Tested
Glasses Fitted
J. GUY BARBER
0. It. K. WATOH INSPECTOR  .
FIRST CLASS
FRESH TIMOTHY HAY
All   kinds   uf   new
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
Dialers in
SILK AND CHINA
DBESSMAKlNa A SPECIALTY
Wah Chung, - Front St.
T. O, Box, 206
l'llllM. 21)

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