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Array " Empire " Typewriter
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Vol.  15.—No7Pi-°vincial library
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 30- 1900
$2.50 Per Year
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s
C. B. Hume & Co, Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Home Comfort Hoose Shoes
An extra nice stock of Ladies', Men's and Ch klren's
warm felt house shoes. The kind you look forward to
putting on when you get home with tired feet.
•Tuck" Slipper.
Jaeger's Cure Wool Slippers for Ladies,
llexible leather Foles, neatly made, a nice
range of colors ni  $1l75
-    \
Men's pure wool Jaeger Slippers a full
range of sizes 0 to 10, good sensible warm
house shoe, flexible leather sole at $1.75
Children's Jaeger Felt House Slippers,
pretty colors, very durable, with soft
llexible leather Bole 90C.
Ladies' fur trimmed Juliettes with leather
soles, fancy colors at      -  $1.50
Leather Moccasin Slippers, color brown,
embroidered with fancy silk stit hing,
fur trimmed, nu heel at $1.75 to 2.25
Ladies' Knee Length Knitted Wool Underskirts, pure wool, soft, lleecy warm goods.
These are becoming very popular with the
ladies for a warm ami comfortable undergarment. Pretty colors, each $2.75
Ladies' knee length, knitted wool underskirts, pure wool, soft, lleecy, warm goods.
Tliese are becoming very popular with
ladies for a warm comfort undergarment,
very pretty colorB $2.75
Young ladies skating jersey, the newest
thing shown, in white and red, sporting
jersey style, military collar SJ53.7.">
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Revelstoko and Arrowhead.
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STOVES
Now is the time to think about your
Heating Stoves. We have just received
a car from the best makers in Canada.
We are not tied down to only one factory,
but take our choice from the best makers.
Airtight Heaters for Wood at $3.50. $4.50 and $5.00
Airtight Heaters, cast top, $6.50, 7.50,8.50 and 9.00
Coal and Wood Heaters     -    from $8.00 to $15.00
See our new line of Hot Blast Heaters
Let us explain the new features
RANGES
tr
Here again we have chosen from the
best factories in Canada and the States.
Look over the list:
The Great Majestic
Clare Bros.
Stewart Mfg. Co.
Tilden Gurney Co.
Copp Bros.
Moffat Mfg. Co.
!
livery Range sold* under an absolute
guarantee. Wc have not one dissatisfied
customer in Kootenay. Wc are never
too busy to show off our stock.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Tinsmtthing
*oo<>ooo<
Plumbing
REVELSTOKE ILLUSTRATED
Exhibition of Pictures of Local
Interest.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday
ol nen week, there will be shown at
the Kdison Parlor Theatre, moving
pictures ol the mountains, parades,
President Taft at the A V P., comedies
etc., also Revelstoke sceneB. A Revelstoke visitor to the coast, who saw
the exhibition of tbe series of moving
pictures writes to a friend here as follows:
"Bert and 1 took in the moving
pictures one afternoon laat week, autl
Baw the views taken in Revelstoke.
They certainly are wurth while taking
iu, aud it was like having a trip back
borne to seo all the familiar faces in
the grand stand . The views through
the windows are il anything superior
to the real thing."
At the Maj stic Theatre nt Vancouver, 2,600 people thronged in one day
to see tliese pictures, and tho News
Advertiser says of the exhibition.
"A peculiar interest is attached to
the tine scenic subjects shown at the
Majestic this week inasmuch as they
present the Canadian Rockies on the
great transcontinental line. Although
familiar, uo doubt to a large number
of Vancouverites, there is still an irresistible fascination about the towering
mountains, river torrents, and the
wonderland of our Canadian Alps,
even when seen in a series of moving
pictures peferct in detail as these are.
The observer is started at Victoria,
then the Princess on the Gulf of
Georgia comes into view; following ou
conies Vancouver and then the overland journey wiih the principal view
points as far as Glacier. These views
alone are worthy of a visit, and the
large crowd that thronged the theatre
yesterday was highly interested.
LIST OF KEELS.
The following is the series of pictures
which will be shown at the Edison
Theatre, Revelstoke:
1. C. P. R., Victoria to North
Bend.
2. C. P. R., North Bend to Glacier.
3. Glacier to Calgary.
i. International Odd Fellows
Parade, Seattle, Sept. 22.
5.    President  Taft at Seattle Fair.
ti. Champion Jack Johnson and
his white wife arriving at Vancouver
from Australia, and industries, residences and streets of the city of Calgary (new) GU0 feet.
7. Concessioners Parade, A. Y. P.
aud dedication of Vancouver Arch,
Seattle.
8. Ma/.amas Climbing Mount
Rain.er, and Japanese Day Pmade, A.
Y. P., Sept. 4.
9. Lugging Industry of Puget
Sound aud Trip through Yosemite
Valley, California's -* onderland.
10. The Hungry Tramp, comedy
and one or two other comedy reels.
The entire Oddfellows fraternity
ought to turu out to Bee tlieir film.
LIBERAL CONVENTION     HIGH SCHOOL HONORS
DIED IT ARROWHEAD
Hugh Stevens Passes to Great
Endorses Candidature of C. F.
Lindmark
The Liberal Convention was held in
the Oddfellows' Hull yesterday! Tbere
were uu delegates present, J. M.
Kellie was appointed obalrnian. The
proposal io pm up a straight Liberal
candidate was fully discussed and
Messrs. Briggs, Lawrence and Kellie
were proposed, but all declined, the
consensus uf opinion being that in dullest Interests of Hevelstoke ii would
be liettei for the Liberals to throw In
their support with the Independents
io secure reform of existing political
conditions and deoent and progressive
representation in the RevelBtoke
ruling.
It was therefore resolved that the
Liberals of Revolstoke riding support
C. F. Liiidinark iu this campaign, and
ou the motion being Anally put not
a dissentient hand was raised against
it.
YOUNG LIBERALS
Organize Association in Revel
stoke.
On Thursday night the young
Liberals of Revelstoke met to organize
at the Oddfellows Hall. There was a
large attendance. Mr. W. I. Briggs
presided at tho opening of the meeting till the young Liberals elected
their president wbo replaced him.
The lollowing  otlieers were elected:
Hon Presidents, Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
Mr. John Oliver.
President, A. Caley.
Vice-President, J. Lawrence.
Seoretary-Treasnrer, B. Dickey.
Executive, E. Coursier, S. T. Robbins, A McRae, L W. Gould, It. Watson, C. Buck, L Howson, A Abraham-
son.
Addresses on the history and aims
of Liberalism were made by several
members of the senior association.
Messrs. Caley and Leet were appointed delegates to the Liberal convention. There was some good speak
ing among the young Liberals, who
showed great enthusiasm in the work
tbey have taken in hand.
A apecial vote of thanks was passed to President Caley Ior his valuable work in organizing tbe association.
POLITICAL
Hugh Stevens, ol Arrowhead, died
on Friday, after an illness of two
months. Recently he underwent an
operation for the malady that eventually caused his deatb.
The late Mr. Stevens was well
known. He took the posi'ion of steward on the C. P. R. Boats on the
British Columbia interior service, and
was continuously employed in that capacity on the Arrow, Slocan and
Kootenay lakes, up to the time of his
illnesB He is survived by his wife,
residing at Arrowhead, and by one
sun, residing at Boston.
The funeral of the lafe Hugh
Stevens of Nelsou and Arrowhead
took place at Nelson, both the
local Masons and tbe local Knights
of Pythias forming part of the cortege. The cortege proceeded to St.
Saviour's Church, where the funeral
sermon wss preached by Rev. F. H.
Grabam. The burial waB performed
according to the beautiful Masonic
ritual. The pallbearerB were W. Irvine, W. Douche, XX. Thurman, J.
Clark, J. Kilby and A. (Hiver, all
members of the local Masonic lodge.
The lioral tributes were: Pythian
Sisters of Arrowhead, triangle; Py
thian Sisters of Nelson, wreath; Nelson Knights ol Pythias, wreath;
Nelson Royal Arch Chapter, wreath
with emblem; Nelson lodge A. P. it
A. M„ wreath with emblem; Arrow
Lake Ledge A. F. & A. M.. wreath
emblem; C. P. R. shipyard employees,
Nakusp Cross; Mr. and Mrs. Otto
Lochmond, Arrowhead, cross; Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Bulger, and Master
G. Gardner, Nelson, wreath; William
Poole, Nelson, wreath; Mr. and Mrs.
William Brown, Nelsou, wreath.
A. Leitch and Thos. Caven are mentioned as conservative candidates for
Cranbrook.
The rumour of the retirement ol
Sir Wilfrid Laurier is revived and it is
stated Hon. W. S. Fielding will be his
succesor.
An Ottawa telegram was circulated
stating that W. A. Galliber, who is m
the eaBt, approved Premier McBride's
railway policy Now Mr. Gallihei
contradicts the report and BayB the
policy he spoke of is that of the liber
al party in British Columbia, as
enunciated by their leader, John
Oliver.
John Oliver, leader of the opposition
will be a candidate in Victoria city.
J. McDougall,   formerly   C.   P.   R
freight conductor, has been appointed
! Returning Officer   for Revelstoke Rid
ing in the coming elections.
i    The Mail-Herald   haB   invited from
' the representatives of all political parties for publication all bona fi Je items
i ol news and information they may wish
to place before the public in the iuter-
j est of tbeir candidate.
At their meeting on Thursday night
tbe Socialist Local of Revelstoke resolved to nominate G. H. Kempsteras
theii candidate in tbe coming election
for Revelstoke Riding. Mr. Kempster
ia a machinist employed in the C.P.
R. shops at Revelstoke, and waB president ol the Machinists Union.
Premier McBride states  that without help Irom the province the Cana
dian  Northern   will   not   build their
railway in B. C.
Premier McBride speaks at Golden
on Tuesday and at Revelstoke on
Wednesday.
At tbe meeting of the Liberal Association on Wednesday the following
were appointed Revelstoke delegates
to the convention: Fred Robinson,
J. Ii. McKenzie, E. A. Haggen, J. M.
Kellie, W. M. Lawrence, J.Abraham-
suu, G. Knapp, C. R. Macdonald, R.
J. Stewart, W. I: BriggH, D. M. Rae, J.
J. Porter, F. Fraser, W. B. Roberteon,
H. Cook, L. Patrick, R. Caley, F
Julian.
il Plucky Act
Wilkesbarre, Penn , Oct. 2'A.—Seeing a live-year-old girl playing on tbe
track ahead ol him at Ashley to day,
John Knapp, an engineer on the Central Railroad of New Jersey, applied
the emergency brakes to his long
train of coal cars so suddenly that the
train huckled in the middle, throwing
several cars from the track.
Traffic  wss delayed  lor some  time
The locomotive   was   stopped • a   lew
I yards from where the child  wsb  play-
- _»
i    Up-to-date maps bl B. 0. sold at O
K. Macdonald's.
Medals Presented to Winners
Last Evening .
There was a large gathering at Selkirk Hall lasl evening on the occasion
of Un- presentation of the High sel |
medals to the winners thereof. Mr.
II. Maiming, chairman of the school
trustees, presided. The programme
opened by a piano duel nicely played
by Erie and Leon Coursier, and this
was followed by a chorus well rendered by the girls.
Mr. I'olloek, head master of the city
school, then presented the entrance
certificates to those entitled to tbem.
The following medals were I hen
awarded:
Proficiency medal In Division 11,
Kevelstoke Public School, Shela
Dickie.
Governor-General's medal for highest standing at Entrance limn. Alfred
Tapping.
Rev.   .1.    It.    KobcrtNon's   medal   to
winner In promotion from Division ll
to Division I, Revelstoke Public School
Lydn Sleed.
Dr. Hamilton's medal to pupil receiving highest nmks in arithmetic at
entrance examination, HKisi, Alfred
Tapping.
Bronze medal to the student receiving highest standing at tbe preliminary examination Revelsloke High
School, 11)09, Tennis Patrick.
Mayui Lindmark's medal to student
receiving highest standing at junior
grade examination, Revelstoke'High
School, WO!).   Ohas. A. Procunier.
Mr. O. ti. Slssons' medal to student
receiving highest standing nt McGill
matriculation, Revelstoke High School
1009.   Miss I-:. B. Davis.
Mr. Pollock presented the Profloiftn-
ev and Governor-General's medals;
Mr. Collpitts presented Rev. .1. It,
Robertson's medal; Dr. Hamilton und
Mayor Lindmark presented tlieir own
gifts; Mr. McLaurin presented the
medal for highest standing at preliminary, and Mr. ti. It, Atkins presented
Mr. Slssons' medal.
C. A. Procunier, who won Mayor
Lindmark's medal, takes the exceptionally creditable standing of highest
in the province oui side Victoria.
A solo having lieen sung by Miss
Blanche McCarty, Mr. OoUpitts spoke,
referring to his desire to come west
and the warm welcome the westerner
was ready to accord those from the
east.
Miss Jessie Byrdcontributed a violin
solo.
Mr.A.E..Miller gave a most interesting address, taking us his subject "An
educated man", A definition of "an
educated man" wns one who knew
what he wanted nnd knew how to get
what he wauled. While this definition
contained a great ileal of truth, then-
was a weakness in it as they might
see. A little shoe-black for instance
knew what he wauled nnd how Lo get
it. but he didn't know what he should
want, Se suggested a better definition of an educated man, and that
was one who knew the difference between right and wrong, and persistently did thai which was right. This
definition he thought came nearer the
ideal, and he,believed the truly educated man was the man who knew Untight in regard to himself, persistently
chose it, and knew the right relation
he should bear to his fellowmen, and
persistently chose in no way lo injure
his fellow-man.
Miss May Manning contributed a
piano solo, nml a successful and interesting gathering closed with the singing nf tin- National Anthem.
Fire at Arrowhead.
The Big Bend Lumber Co's. new
mill at Arrowhead was de-troyeel by
lire Thursday night. The double-band
mill, engine and boiler-houses and
plant were completely destroyed The
planing mill, dry kiln, yard and office
were saved.
The insurance was beld by Davies
& Co. of Seattle.
The Big Beud mill was the pioneer
mill of Arrowhead, and was built in
1903 by Theodore Ludgate, the original organizer of the Big Bend Lumber
Company, Ltd.
As it was reported aeveral men had
been injured in lighting the fire help
was asked from Revelstoke and a train
with medical aid was promptly despatched from here.
Three thousand feet of lumber,
which had not been moved from the
mill lo the yard, was destroyed.
The only man injured was S. Little,
the engineer, who wsb burnt hy falling through Ihe timbers, hut he was
nut seriously hurt.
Italian Killed
A Fiendish Deed
Nkw Yiiiik, Ocl. 28.—Two persons
were burned to death and fourteen
others were seriously Injured to day in
a lire of Incendiary origin which destroyed two three-sioiey tenement
houses on Easl fifteenth street.
The dead: Herman Tiedt, aged 84
yeurs; Emma Tiedt. aged 27. his wife.
Those who are responsible for Lhe
bluze mude careful preparations to the
end that the structures, filled with
Bleeping people, would be burned. Oil
woe poured over the floors in the basements nnd lower Hour of one of the
buildings, und piles of •inflammable
articles were plied in a buck room
where the lire was started. The police
are now searching the vicinity for the
guilty persons,
The lous will tuul $60,000,
Shol through the right breast, Unwound extending clear through the
trunk, the body of Salvntore Andrea,
an Italian, for the past two years a
resident of Victoria, was found on
Sunday  morning about 8:80 o'clock
lying a short distance from lhe old
Leach River trail, about, half a mile
norlh of the tiolilstreiim hotel.
Prom the marks upon the ground
and the nl lil ode of the body found
there is every Indication that after
receiving his deatb wound Andrea was
dragged from tbe trail into ihe bush.
The pulice have been unable to fathom
the mystery.
We hnve opened up a large shipment of pure olover honey in combs,
half lb. jars, quarter lb- Jars, quarl
jars and  live lb.  cans,  Guaranteed
pure'.    Ileluur  prices   before   buying,
O. II. HumoA Co-
Red und lilue California grapes,
green tomatoes, celery. Spanish onions
and fresh criiliberiies in the morning.
O. li. llunie .ind Co.
Don't forget tho Union Restaurant
serves the best meal in town, good
service, a white cnok, Patronize
home industry. Meal tickots $600
30c per meal.   Transient meals fide.
Another crate of crockery in to-day,
Coine in und let us show you our
slock. We will save you money and
give you the righl goods, C. B. Hume
and Co.
SPORTSMEN
Who are in doubt as to
where they can best obtain
all kinds' oi L'p-To-Date
Sporting Goods, should
bear ;n mind the fact that
we carry a splendid stock
of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle,
Traps, Tents, Camp Stoves
Blankets, and in fact every-
Hunter, "the- Trapper  and   the   Prospector.
HEATING   STOVES
It will .soon be time to purchase that Heater. We have
just the stove to suit you and will be pleased to show you
its good points. Remember that we are agents for the
Kootenay Range, which you will read of on   another   page.
BOURNE  BROS.
Groceries    Hardware    McClary's Stoves    Plumbing
Our clothes-
values are
easy to 5ee.
ess
Field glasses are not needed to see the
line points of perfection in the kind of
clothes we sell. Style, fit and every detail
of line tailoring are there inside and out. If
better clothes could be made this store
would have them. We especially invite
paiticular dressers, men who never wore
readv made clothes to see ours.
Fit Reform Clothing
THE CANADIAN   BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recent!)  been completed uml
of this Bonk ure able lo Issue limits on th,
In the lollowln$> countries
Finland Ireland
Formosa Italy
Kram-c Japan
Fr'ch Corhin-Chma Java
Atistria-Ilunpary
Rclgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
Fgypt
Faroe Islands
Germany
Great Britain
Greece
Holland
Ireland
India
Manrhu, ia
M.-xi.-o
Norn-ay
P, rsM
PhiH!pine laUnd«
Kiminani.i
•i  which Ihe brunches
,.:.i.. umI points
Russia
Sorvia
Siam
South Africa
St/alU SrtUeiufiita
Sweden
Swit7«-rland
Turkey
West Indira m
ami - Hrwherc
NO   DELAY   IN   ISSUING.
rULL   PARTICULARS    ON    APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.     ALLEN.'IMQR.
See The Fascinating Goodness
■  links
g'lodm
meat
ni y. ipotles
tell'lpeliltllle
leech,'-.!-. In
in ll
S.iuii
graih
ol the wind "market."
ssin eveiy pound of high-
«, offer, Kept in seal-
,  surroundings,   in  zero
mul tvhlsked from our
viium in covered careful-
juicy Rousts, Lamb.
Country   Sausages.
Deis "ll the ivuv
Corn-Fed   Pork,
Ever] thing thn'
Up-to-date Meat Market
can offei for the health, pleasure, and
profll   of   its   eustiiiners.    Give   US  a
trial TO-DAY.
Maundrell Meat Market
Wc handle Premier Hams and ••cen
Desperate Suffragette
London, Oot, :s>. Mrs. Alice Chap-
In, a suffragette, to-day attempted i"
destroy ilu-ballots la an election bootb
at Bermondsey, smashing a bottls uf
corrosive odd upon ■, i«'X < outlining
the ballots and throwing tin- contents
about the booth. Foui election ollle-
inls nen- -.ii bnillv burned that they
Iuul tu in- taken t" hospitals.
Mrs. t'hupili na- ni re-led. None ot
the ballots were doslinyuti.
fire at Kenora.
Kenors, Ont. Oct. 2« — The Hillisrel
Hole), with the Opera House adjuin-
ing, cnught lire last night, and is now
a heap of ruins, the structure being
almnst wholly tutted despite the el-
fort." of the fire brigade. Umis Hil-
lianl is the proprietor, having built
the hotel in 180t<, on the sit* ol the
old Hilliurd hotel, which was burned
to the ground in spring of that year. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Ibe ADatUlbcralfc.
POBUSBKO WEDNESDAY ANU
SATURDAY    Al
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
jntcrtot publtsbtitfl Company
Subscription   Rates
lut-luliiii postage to Kugland, United state,
.nut Canada.
By :he year [thruiiKti postulllcol	
Uml       " •' 	
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l.iiO
l.im
Jm    HINTING promptlyezeoutedat reason-
- -.km- -' >-i.   Snbeonptlons payable In ad
vauce.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Legal noUoe» lu oenu per line flint Ineortlon,
oct-iu- pur line each nubaequenl iii.-t-i-i iun
Measurement. Nonparlel 112 linoa make une
inch]. Sum and general buslnoss uu-
noanoemente S- ■ per Inoh por month.
Preferred positions, 25 per cent, nil-
dlUiosJ.   Imii-.   Marrlagee   uml   Ueatlis,
each insertion.
Land i..>:.>■- i". ■' All ttdverllsomoiitd
sutooct Lo the approval of the management.
Wanted and Condensed Advertisements:
Agenu Wanted, Help Wanlod, Slluallotis
n*anled, Situation* Vocanl, Teaehera
Wanted, Mechanics Wanted, in words or
i. -- .... • »i i.   additional    ■   1"   ii in-.
i i. mgi In .tanding advertlwemenln must
oc in oy '■' i. i". I uosdaj und b'ridnj ui
«en week insecure ..-""-i display.
e IKRESPONIlKNCK luvtlud on matter, ol
public Interest. Uomiiiunlcalionn te nidi-
tor musl be .i" ompauled i,j uiiiini uf
writer, not uecessarll) to publication, bul
us evidence of good faith.  Correspondence
-hould be til-let.
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AKVKV, McCARTKK
ANU I'INKIIAM,
HAKKIsn-KS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
Okticsb :   imi r k..-.i. i ami Building Itavsi.-
STOKB, B. 0,
Money io loan,
Omoee: ReveUtoke, B C,   i ranbrook, n. I.
■ .ko. S, -MeeAli-lK.il
a.   M.   I'INKIIAM J. A,   H.lllVKV,
Hevui-'.orv, ,
Cranbrook, H. C
VTT1LL1AM I. BRIUOS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc,
Soliciloi fori
Thb Canadian Hank of COMMERCE,
Thk Molsons Hank, Ktc
FIRST ST.,   -   REVELSTOKE, B,U
ii
uUi'.IU SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
llining Sui veyor
Engineering
McKK.NZlK  AVKNL'K,
liiiX   IHi,   llKVI'XSTUKK
E.  A.   HAGGEN
^Mining Engineer
Kevelstoke, 13. 0,
Mem. American Institute Mining
Kngiuoers
Mem. i .in- Mm. Inst.
Kxaiuinatious   and   Reports   on  Mines,
.u, : Mining  Investments a specialty.
I Hue Prints supplied of plaus of Laku,
Minks and i imhkh
Cable Address   "Kanagau," Kevelstoke
Codes—Moreing -unl Neill, Bedford McNeill, Western Union, Clougu,
Houses To Let
HOUSE ON SECOND STli
Avenue. Blight Rooms and Batb,
ber 10th, ut $25.00 per month.
EET—Near  Campbell
To rejit from Novem-
110USK ON SECOND STKKKT-
Kive Rooms  met   Huth.    To   rent   at
Immediate occupation.
-Near C. P. R. Shops
$15.00   per   month.
HOUSE ON THIRD STREET Near C. P. R. Shops
Seven Rooms. To rent from October 24 tli, at $25.00
per month.
FOR    PARTICULARS   APPLY   TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, LM.
REAL   1 —-1 A 11
.mi:,  i iki: ami accident insurance
I articular is the only one
f'lllnwcil in this country."
to
The Mining and Financial News
remarks:— " Never before in the
history of the modern world has
there lieen such a revival in mining us lias taken place on thin first
decade of the twentieth century,
and judging from all appearances
it is something that has seen only
its beginning. Now is the time for
those who have not already engaged in it, lo invent in mines. To
be early in the Blart of ibe race
means to be among those lirst at
the finish. In other words, those
who go soonest in pursuit of fortune are inevitably bound to be
the first to catch up with ber."
c.  W. O   w.
Mountain Viow Camp. No. 229
__.M__.____   Second   and   .fourth   Wednesdays In
r.en u.uni.i. u. Selkirk BalLVlMUn   »oou-
mcu corunuiy inviu-u tu attend.
JullN i AKLSON, Con, Com.
J. .uii.M u-fc. clerk.
REVELSl'OKK AEK1E No. I2ii
F. O. E.
cTc.ucii     Vultlns ureinreiit-urdiBily iuvilod.
__, cluck,    "•'^'■'j    WALSH.  fBBSIOBKT.
W.B. McLAl'l BLIN.SWsbtabt.
Lodge, No. 15, A  F. & A. M.
«■\    . *   A* L~
TUe rotjulur mom-
tun ure liuld iu the
MASON H TEMPLE
UddlolloVfl Hull, nb
tba third Monday in
Meh mouth at 6
p.m. Visiting bretti-
rou curdially wol-
BOmt.
L. At fKUl L'NIKK, BCCRKTARY.
>KLK1KK LODGB 12, I.O.O.F,
Meet.- every Tliur-
du   «>euiuy   iu   Sel-
ikirk  Hull at ftu'cluck
 P Wiling brethren are
c*>fj;a;.j iavi'.oi to attend.
Al_.Bc.HT ARMAS. N.G.      JAS   UATHIB.SIC,
Cold Range Lodge, K. of p.
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKT-  ...'J-.SV  A'BONESDAY,
vt. •■: ■   .     ■ :  *\. iv--:
•au h mootb,. 'i "M!'-_
Hftii    ot    s   o'cl ick.     > Ulting
Knifhu si   oordislly  nrl ted,|
P    rJMITH ( . C.
'j. H. BBO  -\.K      f H. * fl
J    K   S< UTT   U, ol K,
Che nDaiUlberalb
In view of the critical position
in liritain King Edward practically told the Tories that they were
mail in urging a general election.
" Publio opinion,'' said lie, is highly feverish. If you imagine that
this country will support you on
the issue as to whether or not the
House of Commons shall he supreme in matters of linance you
are entirely wrong. A general
election means a constitutional
crisis of the gravest description and
the fate of the House of Lords
would be in the balance, with the
chances largely in favor of the
abolition. Are you iu favor of the
crisis ?"
notion of a personal character fails,
the man whu laid the information
should be made tn pay the whole of
the costs uf prosecution and de"
fence and serve a term in prison as
well. We should then no longer
see justice prostituted lo serve the
ends of personal malice nr as a
vehicle of Shvlockism.
When some criminal cases come
into the higher court the judge
remarks, "The wrong man is in
the hox." We have recently seen
instances verifying the truth of this
remark. It is a crime to threaten
to accuse a man of crime in order
to bluff him into paying a debt
If men who break the law in thi:-
respect were criminally prosecuted,
without regard to their position it
would have a good effect. The law
is not, and should not be used as a
respecter of   persons, but is   fur all
WOMEN'S FRANCHISE
IN  ENGLAND
Now-a-days one sees a lot in the
press condemning thu methods
adopted by the women of England
to secure the franchise. 'I he newspapers are never tireil of urging
the women to adopt constitutional
methods. We presume ihese methods are the ones men might he
supposed to adopt under similar
circumstances, Well here is a
concise reeital of the means the
men of England adopted when
carrying on their battle for similar
rights as related hy tt Mr. Benson
wito writes:- -
"Of course, when men wanted
the franchise, they did not behave
in the unrulv manner of our feminine friends.     They were perfectly
by the company's storekeeper,
Mr. Lawrence, who reported to the]
ollice that all was correct. Swan- j
son had been ill, and being discharged wanted to go where he
could have medical attention immediately. He asked that all be
closed up that night, but being put
off till next day, and considering
that the Company owed him $50,
he took it from the cash to which
he had access, left a charge slip
debiting himself and crediting the
company with the amount, and so
squared up his account. Mr. Mundy next met him in Hevelstoke
and threatened that if he would
not repay the $50 lie would have
him arrested. Swanson replied
the money belonged to him and
refused to repay it, whereupon
Mundy, who already had an information sworn before his servant,
Police Magistrate Foster, caused
his arrest and prosecution.
The charge was heard before R.
Gordon, stipendiary magistrate,
who sent Swanson up for trial, although the facts disclosed he had
been guilty of no crime, and lhe
result was the provincial treasury
was put tu heavy expense in prosecuting an innocent man, while
ihe accused was put to unnecessary
and heavy expense in defending
himself against the charge.
But this is not tbe worst. Tbis
unfortunate man, because he refused to be bluffed by Mr. Mundy,
was sent by Magistrate Gordon lo
Kamloops gaol to wait trial, could
not get bail, and was there held in
prison for ahout a month, iill his
case could lit. heard by a higher
courl. although that court decided
he had committed no crime. So
right hen; in Hevelstoke we have
an administration of justice more
scandalous than can be found in
Russia, with all her autocratic
tyranny. In the so-called courts of
justice in Revelstoke we find justice herseif prostituted, the rights
of citizenship trampled under foot
and the British llag, which stands
for   right   and   jintice   the   world
constitutional   in  their   agitation
In Bristol. I find they only burntjoveri discredited and disgraced.   It
the Mansion House, the Custom
House, tbe Bishop's Palace, the
Excise office, three prisons, f~ ir
toll houses, and forty-two private
dwellings and warehouses, und all
in a perfectly constitutional and
respectful manner. Nume-ius constitutional tires took place in tbe
neighborhoods of Bedford, Cambridge. Canterbury, and Devizes.
Four men were respectably hanged
at Bristol antl three in Nottingham.
Tin- Bishop of Lichfield wiih nearly
killed, and the Archbishop of Canterbury was insulted, spat upon,
antl with greut difficulty rescued
from amidst the yells and execrations oi a violent antl angry mob.
The suffragists in those iny- had a
constitutional weakness for bishops
and a  savage  vandalism   towards
is up to the people of Hevelstoke to
cleanse the name of this fair city
from such infamy in tbe sacred
name of justice by incompetent
magistrates whose sole title tu their
office is that they are mere party
heelers who are ambitious for power to lord it over   their  fellowmen.
C. O. Young, general organizer for
the American Federation of Lahor, is
now stationed iu Vancouver, and is
endeavoring to uavc the organisation
of wage earntrs keep pace with the
rapid commercial aud indiibtrial
growth uf that city.
- _.j, qVjL". ihi .
•XI L'KDAV, OCT.
p.ii ni
i be ,. i..i n I- p ■■   1'reas
Patriotism    will    gather    i losei
a bo .: battlt ihi |    buill in I
th.hi battleship* i'i,' in En
It  may   i oel   more   lo build the
-inpr  .ii  ibi    country  where the
.-.u.i.it,'-- an i ol yet complete, but
a will probably | rove to be money
•.'••,, ipent."
Hon, Mi Ken; le lung. I lominion
Minister of Lab ir thus defines lu-
policy "ii the Asiatic question:—
"My inquiry in British Columbia
under royal commission into the
methods by which < iriental immigration had Keen promoted,supple'
mented by a knowledge nl condition! in the Orient gained by it
recent journey through India,
China and Japan, liar convinced
iiic more   Strongly   than ever   thai
jli'   government   policy  in    this
alike, rich or poor, and Bhould be cathedrals aiul bishops' palaces. A
so exercised by all the machinery general Btrike was proposed and
for the administration ut justice.      secret   arming  and   drilling coil-
  I menctd in   most   oi   ine  Chartist
It   is  tu   he   hoped that ,u his centres.    Wales   broke   out even
meeting   at Kamloops on Monday intoactivt rebel aei
nigbt Premier McBride will submit were condemi ' to deatb Ai
the   actual   contract  entered into  London, Brad) Sheffield
between him and Dan Mann of the Chester    rauntoi    D  rban
Canadian Northern   Railway Com- many other i   entencee
pany.   That is what the peo| 6 in    if penal aer t   . issed
ooking  for  and  expect frnm the tll!- et a sj
'render.     Conflicting   statements  ","::
are already   made   aboul th  - "     -'  '"'   be 'r'" ' •"
tract.   .The   Premier's   statement  think   " 'r' A" :  '
wa-   the   provino   ■ taranl I the      ' ' ' ,|1,,w ",,r
interesl on the bonds amounti
$850,000 .i rear, but other- who
claim to kmnv state the province
guarantees both principal and
.!.■■ • :In- t'uriii'-i item tlone
committing  the lo a lia
bility oi 122,000,000       1 he people
want to kii'.n the   .
FOR RENT
Small   I ionise in Suitable
Location,
$10.00   PER   MONTH
FOR SALE
I UK -AMK  LAW   FOB ALL
I be   i riiiiinal   i ode   ihould   be
ami 1.1< 'i ''   end to prison  lor life
men who try to extort   i -y bj
ue ii, ol lhi r of criminal prosecution or wIki lay criminal
charge again i men who are noi
guilty of ilm ' run'- wiib whioh
Ihey up' ohargl il. A man might
as well commit murder as attempt
in deprive his fellow man of his
liberty without just cause, Morally
there is little difference in ih«-
principle of the offence, A- il
Hands Ibe IKw lavors lhe scoundrel
who mm wish lo i-m use hii malice
in   -uch   a   way.   The   taxpayers
have   to   fool   tbe   bill     llie  whole
cost ol the prosecution, while tho
victim of the malicious act Iihk
lo personally liear nil lhe cost uf
defence,   When- a criminal prose*
-■- . i-l peace
ful in theii metbodi   I te ■■-   ■-.
viil ha •■  our  -yrn-
ni'l support
PKDSTITI TION   iF   I' .-I UK
inei In s     h   it
,  istered        I In   ■ ity [ >-
ami    i        -    •>-• .
urate's  i on '    al   (tevelstobn
i  ',   ptibli
■ ■   i       ou .    dealt
i ■   i .-   ■
. iry magic
ir i'e' -   - nurl   prei idod   ovi r   I
1 .ii Ion  i iovei i  .. -ni i- in -i
rotten > i ondition      the cil v police
.     '   (rei   ■ ite ''ke oun a
wr.,ni_' li  one niiin   i-   m-   ci noei
of lie inel  H■■    .""-■ wrung
:,     '-ver lieen 'lune i. .-i i. in thi
of tho m.in   -« inson    - hose    'j
' .une   undei   the   re     r,   of   the
1 ounl     (Jourl   al   Km  loops  this
week     l he fat i - are n   (ollows
Swanson was sn employee of tbe
Mundy Lumber Company nl Three
Valley      He    was   engaged    on
monthly   -alary.      He   was    die-
1 lin" -I   withoul   notice,    Prior lo
leaving   ho    had    hi-    accounts
and     cash     all      checked     up I
Residei ■        Building   Lots
and   Acerage,
Money to Loan
Industrial  Stocks
For Sale
I "K ,  \K\ \i I cars APPLY TO
W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street
For Faii Planting
Bulbs from ttie Best European
and Jipan Growers,
>    I  ni and orr - - ental
. ■   -. -.   a upland     il  with-
..    i, in Mie only pari   of
' ,n,  eon' ni it   ■ 'it  in-
■.A i   lu-i-
i.i. . nd i'i <"''   • • d
i. tbe ii ii   ,
rid—Wire   Innciiig
-;,r«y pun pt
- ipplies,  Cat   II - - st i,
..ileriali.,   eto      White
i»i,nr .New 167 page Oat a-
■ Irse
M.   J.   HENRY,
Grernhoiisi's.-ind Nurscrt-i
WIO W^lminuter Rnnd,
VAMIUVKII,    It.  C.
Ilrantli Nuricry     -     South Vancouver
Our
Money-Back
Guarantee
Give Itottin Hood Flour
two fair trials. If you
aro not i;;iii-llnl wilh it,
then, your grocer will
give you baok your
money. What could bo
fairer!   Will you try it?
NORTH VANCOUVER
When you  visit  the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop at the
NORTH VANCOUVER HOTEL
PETE LARSON,' Prop.
Reasonable Rates
Splen did uisine
Delightful Scenery
'lSit.ll
NOTICE
llevelsloke Land  llislrict.
Dislricl, of We-t Kootenay,
Take notice tlmt Annie Louisa Oop-
Inn, of Unionlown, Pennsylvania, u,
S.A., occupation married woman, In-
I --iiiiii to apply for permission to purchase the following described liuul:
Oommcnctng al n post planted at
the south-west corner of Lot 71100;
Uience soul li 20 chains: thence east 20
chains; theuce south 20 chuins: Ihence
easl 10 chains; thence north lo chains:
tlience west (10 chains to tho point of
commencement mul containing 2uo
acres more or less,
Dale, September 27tb, 1000,
ocUo    ANNUS LOUISA OOPLAN.
usroTioij]
lievelslukc Land Dislricl.
llislrict ul' West Kooteuay.
Take notiee lhat Walter P. Coiil'arr,
of Winnipeg, Manitoba, occupation
printer, Intends to apply for pet-mis-
t-ion to purchase the following described land:
Uotnmencing nl a post planted at
the re-entrant south-west corner of
Lot 7(1711; thence west-111 chains; thenee
south III chains; ihence oast -III chains:
thence north 40 chains lo the point of
commencement, and containing 160
acres, more or less.
Date Hept. 27th, 1II0II.
oc30     WALTER P, OONPAEB,
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie ^Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cipnr»,Toliaccn.
Meals 85 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
I.epiih'H of till  kinds neatly  carried  ou
Bicycle and Gun work a specially
I'.Htinuttes ul'veii on any class
of work.
Front    Street.
YOUR   DOLLAR
Will come hack lo you if you sfeud it
at homo. It is gone for ever if you
send it to lhe .Mail Order House. A
glance Ihrougli our advertising columns will give you an idea Svhere it
will l>uy Ihe most.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
WORK   SHOP
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
0we4ljQU4n,ShQe4
AND
Granby  Rubbers
Are   models   of  exellenco
ill  style,   service   and   lit.
ASK YOUR DEALER
FOR THEM
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Declaration of Householders
NOTICK I.S HEREBY GIVEN that
all householders within the Municipality wishing to have his or her name
inserted ou the Voters' List for the
Oity for the year 11110 must make it
declaration before a .1 usi ice of the
Peace or other officer entitled to take
such declaration, and the same must
hn banded In to the Oity Clerk's office
on or before 5 p.m. on Ootober 31st
next,
Korins of  Declaration   can  lie  obtained at the City (llerk's office.
Hevelstoke, ti. C, Sopl. 23rd, 1SJIH).
B. A. LAWSON,
City Clerk.
EXAMINATION FOH INSPECTORS
OP STEAM BOILERS AND
MACHINERY
Examinations for lhe position of
Inspector of Siemn Hollers and Machinery, under the "Steam liuileis Inspection Act, 1001," " ill be held at the
Parliament Huililimr--, Victoria, commencing November 8lli, WHO. Application and instruction forms can be
had un application to the undersigned,
to whom ihe former must he returned,
correctly filled in, not later than No-
vcinh. r 1st, 11100. Salary, $110.00 per
month.
JOHN  PEOK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
oc 27 New Westminster, B.O,
NOTICE
Advertise in
The Mail-Herald
for results.
WANTED!
500 More Orders for Winter
Why pay two prices for your winter
wants wheu by sending direct to the
producer you rait purchase al first cost.
We arc now quoting as follows;
Potatoes 600. a hundred
Turnips, Boats and Carrots 60c.
a hundred
Cabbage 750. a hundred
Onions S1.S0 a hundred
Tomatoes,  Squash  and Pumpkins 2o. a pound
.M.l. OROKRS l.'lll.l I 1.1,1   Ml.I.Ill)
S. M. McGUIRE.
General Merchant.    -    Salmon Arm
sep 22 i in
Rovelstoke Land District.
Dislricl uf West Kooteuay.
Take Miotics Unu I, M. K. Lawson,1
of Revolstoke,occupation housekeeper,
Iutend tu apply I'm permission to purchase the following desorlbed lands:
Commencing at. a post planted at
I he southeast corner of Lot S008 and
marked "M. K. Lawson's northwest
i orner post,'' ihence 111 chains south:
thence III chains west; tlience20chains
north; thence 2(1 chains east; tlience 2(1
chains north to line of Lot 8608; thenee
along said  line lu place uf cuiumeuce-
llll'llt.
MINNIE K. LAWSON.
Dated Sept. 7lh, IIKHI. sep IS
NOTICE
lievelslukc Laud District.
District ol West Kootenay,
Take nolice that A. W.Dickinson,
of Arrowhead,occupation Lum hot-man,
inl ends to apply for permission to purchase the following desorlbed lands:
Commenolng at a post planted near
the north-east corner of Lot 7986 and
marked A. W. Dickinson's N. W. C,
thence south 40 chains, east 40 chains,
north 40 chaius to lake shore, thence
west 40 chains following lake shore to
place of commencement.
A. W. DICKINSON.
Date Aug. lltth, 1009.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Koutenay.
Take notice that Nels Undine, of
Trout Luke, II O., occupation Miner,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following desorlbed land:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Trout Lake between
Raskins and American points and
aliout lour miles from the iuul. of the
Luke and marked the S. E. corner
post, thence 20 cliains north, thenoe
20 cbains wost or to Lako shore, tlience
following   the Luke    shure. to point of
commencement.
Located this 25th day of Aeignst, 1009,
sop S OOd      NELS BOD1NE, Locator
The Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd.
(STEGER   SYSTEM)
CAPITALIZATION $100,000 IN SHARES OF $1.00 EACH, FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
The people ol B. C. arc gradually awakeningto the fact that a vast amount
of capital, that should be kept in circulation at home, is now being sent
abroad. For instance in the construction of the Dominion Trust Building,
tlie new sky scraper, now being erected in Vancouver, bricks were imported
from St. Louis, at a cost of $76 per thousand laid down in Van
eouver, and yet the Steger System Silica Brick is Successfully
Competing' with this self same brick, in the market at St. Louis,
today. Wc can manufacture the Steger Brick as cheaply in Vancouver,
as any  portion ol   the  United  States; consequently we have a margin of
Twenty-two and   one-half per cent,  duty and  high
Transportation Charges to eliminate competition.    Can you see
any money making possibilities in our proposition?
We arc noi seeking largi capitalists for our proposii ion, to'freeze*out the
.mall shareholder, EKperi. nee has shown that all stable enterprises, even
to the < iovernment, are foui tied upon and supported by the people. The
Pennsylvania Railroad Company is composed of 45,000 shareholders and
ilu, company is one ol the best paying and most successful enterprises in
the business world loday, Our proposition is founded upon one of the
most staple articles in use Bricks. We Know what we can manufacture foir. We Know the enormous price being paid at the present
lime foi inferior bricks, We Know lhe large market now awaiting us,
and lhe contractors and architects Know the excellence of our bricks,
because many of them have used our bricks in the United States.
What's the Answer?
CALL OR  ADDRESS'
W. B. ROBERTSON, Fiscal Agent. REVELSTOKE. B.C.
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:4 THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
I
Revelstoke Electoral District
TAKE NOTICE that I have received nn objection in writing to your
name being retained on the List of Voters for the llevelatoke Eleotoral Dis
triet, on one or more of the following grounds; That the person nlijeeteel to is
dead; that he ceased for a period of six months next before the holding of the
Court to reside in such Electoral Districts that he is not, under the provisions
of the Act, ipi.'ilil'n-d to vote; that he was not su ipuililied to vote when his
name was placed on the Register of Voters.
NAMK ok PERSON
OBJECTED Til
RESIDENCE OF PERSON
OBJECTED TO
PROFESSION, TRADE
OB CALLING
Allan, Garland T. Arrowhead
Anderson, Andrew J. Arrowhead
Anderson, Wallace Arrowhead
Anderson, Andrew ,L Arrowhead
Anderson, Oscar Y. Beaton
Armstrong, John Wilson Revelstoke
Armstrong, Hubert Revelstoke
Armstrong, Henry F. Revelstuke
Armstrong, jr., Robert Revelsluke
Atchison, John Comaplix
Babb, Freilk. T. Arrowheail
Hanks. Hiram II. Arrowhead
Hanks, William S. Arrowhead
Barber, William Kevelsloke
Barrett, Joseph Revelstoke
Harry, Frank Revelstoke
Beaton, John 11. Beaton
Bell, Ceo. F, llevelsloke
Bethune, Percy Stafford Revelstoke
Biggs, Reuben Revelsloke
Hilton, Peter M. Arrowhead
Black, John King Revelstoke
Blarl, Joseph Revelsloke
Illaivett, W. J. Goldfields
Hoileati. Alfred Arrowhead
Boyd, Ceo. Arrowheail
Boyd, Daniel Allan Arrowhead
Bradley, William Gil) Revelstoke
Branford, Edgar John Oamborne
Bridger, Robert J. Arrowhead
Brown, Hugh A. Revelstoke
Brown, Frank G. Revelstoke
Burgess, Henry II. Revelstuke
Cameron, Ewen D. Arrowhead
Campbell, John A. Arrowhead
Campbell, Walter li. Beaton
Campbell, Geo. 1'.. Revelsloke
Campbell, Angus Arrowhead
Cainpzzi, S. Revelstoke
Carlson, Andrew Revelstoke
Caron, ll. Fortune Beaton
Carson, William  Henri ComaplLx
Carlyle, Leonard li. Revelstuke
Carr. William George Revelstuke
Can-, Percy A. Revelstoke
Casson, Henry Arrowhead
Chambers, William A Revelstoke
Chartraud, Vldaize Arrowhead
Chartier, Telesphoro Revelstoke
Christie, Herbert Geo. Beaton
Christopherson, Carl Arrowhead
Christison, Robert li. Revelstoke
Clarke, Kussell I). Revelstuke
Clark, Geo. Rupert Oamborne
Clark, Cen.   M. Revelstuke
Clark, Anthony C. Revelstoke
Clark, Rurtt Arrowhead
Clarke, David 1). Revelstoke
Clark. Abraham Ii. Revelstoke
Clark, Charles Revelstoke
Clegg, John Arrowheail
Cole Charles Arrowhead
Coughlan, Fred Arrowhead
Coy, Charles Arrowhead
Crawford, Alexander Beaton
Crawford, John A. Beaton
Croft, John Beaton
Crowle, S. D. Revelstoke
Davidson, lames Revelstoke
DeRose. Philip Goldlields
Devonport, James Revelstoke
Donovan, Michael J. Arrowhead
Doyle, Harry Arrowhead
Detour, Felix Wigwam
Dyer, John Arrowhead
Edwards, Frederick Arrowheail
Kgau, Thomas Arrowhead
Eisner, Norman Arrowhead
lintwistle, Richard Revelstoke
Fish, Arthur Hsury Revelstoke
Fleishman, A. A. Revelstoke
Fluke, Alfred Revelstoke
Fowler, Waller Arrowhead
Fraser. Clifford Hevelstoke
Fraser, Atntis Arrowhead
Fraser, Aaron Beaton
Fraser, Malcolm Arrowhead
Fulton, James G. RevelstoKe
Fulton, Edwin R. Arrowhead
Glbb, Peter F. Arrowhead
Goldsmith, George Beaton
Graham, J. Mc Revelstoke
Graham, Thos. Jas. Revelstoke
Greenwood, Maurice Arrowhead
Grue, Amos Arrowhead
Guthrie, William Revelstoke
Harlow Henry Camborne
Hay ward, William A. Beaton
Hayward, Fred Arrowhead
High, George W. Arrowhead
Hill, i harles Arrowhead
Hold, Alexander Arrowhead
Hopkins, William li. Revelstoke
Houlahan, T. J. Goldlields
Howell, Junes Arrowhead
Ives, Thomas A. Arrowhead
Jettison, Arthur R. Revelstoke
Jensen, Christian A. Revelstoke
Johnson, George Benton
Johnson, Robt. K. Goldlields
Jones, Kenneth M. Revelstoke
Jones, Stanley A. Arrowhead
Julian, .Mike Revelstoke
Kane, Wilfred J. Revelstoke
Kane, R. A. Oamborne
Kellv, Thomas Goldfields
Kenward, Alfred Revelstoke
Kennedy, D. J. Oamborne
Kimberley, Edward Revelsloke
Lade, Vincent 1-'. Camborne
Lade, James A. Oamborne
Langill, Robert Camliorne
Langell, Joshua Arrowhead
Lawrence, Frederick W. Revelstoke
Lawrence, James Revelstoke
Leonard, William Arrowhead
Lepine, Edgar Goldlields
Levir, Philip Goldlields
Lewis, li. II. Hevelstoke
Lindsay, John W. Revelstoke
Lumb, Pearson A. Revelstoke
MacDonald, Wilfrid J. Kevelstoke
MacDonald, Roderick Arrowhead
MacKenzie, D. G. Revelstoke
Madden, Ileurv P. -Revelstoke
Maddex, Ruben J. Arrowhead
Magee, John Revelsloke
Mailluux. J.   li. Heal.ui
Mann, Edward A, Arrowhead
March, Charles Revelstoke
Maiiuhe, A. I,. Revelsloke
Metliernll, Beechei Arrowhead
Sillier, William Arrowhead
Montgomery, Angus Arrowhead
Morgan, Frank S Revelstoke
Morrison, John Arrowhead
Morrison, John 0, Revelstoke
Muiiliiin, William Arrowhead
Mowry, Wellington S. RevelBtoke
Mowry, William Arrowhead
Munro, Robert G. S.t. Leon
Murdock, Jus. C. Oamborne
Alurkiu, John Hevelstoke
Murphy, Robert Arrowhead
Murray, Robt. c. Oamborne
Murray, Alex. II. Goldfields
McAilnni, Alex. Oamborne
McOnflrey, Oluu Bealon
Mit'.ill  Angus Arrowheail
McCalluiii, John N, Arrowhead
McOlnrt, Hugh Arrowhead
limp.
out.
Engineer
Mechanic
Blacksmith
Sawyer
Farmer
Machinist
Machinist
Dining Oar
Machinist
Laborer
Bushman
Logger
Lumberman
Machinist
Laborer
Fireman
Laborer
Butcher
Olerk
Laborer
Millwright
Olerk
Teamster
Miner
Lumberniun
Rancher
Engineer
Transitmaii
Freighter
Lumberman
Cigar Miinf.
Merchant
Fireuiati
Lumberman
Teamster
Miller
Railway C
Filer
Merchant
Laborer
Miller
t larpenter
Engineer
Brakeman
Brakeman
Lumberman
Clerk
.Millmaii
Sliovelmau
Rancher
Laborer
Farmer
1 lespatclier
Miner
Carpenter
Clerk
Bushinan
Trainman
Carpenter
Clerk
Shoemaker
Carpenter
Millmaii
Lumberman
Freighter
Freighter
Miner
Rancher
Engineer
Miner
C. P. R. Shops
C. P. R. Agent
Grader
Scaler
Lumberman
Lumberman
Lumberman
Steamfitter
Coppersmith's Hp
Machinist Hpr.
Trav. Salesman
Lumberman
Deckhand
Tel. Operator
Carpenter
Lumberman
Engineer
Machinist
Lumberman
Waiter
Miner
Clerk
Bridge Carpenter
Lumberman
Laborer
Clerk
Plasterer
Laborer
Lumberman
Blacksmith
Lumberman
Lumberman
Pipefitter
Miner
Lumberman
Waiter
Clerk
Fireman
Miner
Carpenter
Bookkeeper
Bushman
Laborer
Master Mariner
Laborer
Lumberman
Engineer
Miner
Carpenter
Miller
Miner
Miner
Lumberman
Gentleman
Tinsmith
Laborer
Lumberman
Miner
Insur. Agent
Tel. Operator
-Machinist
Machinist
Oarpenler
Dotn. lis. Agent
Accountant
Lumberman
Carpenter
S. S. Agent
Millmaii
Brakeman
Tel. Operator
Laliorer
Carpenter
Lumberman
Olerk
Lumberman
Denial
Lumberman
Machinist
Fireman
Laborer
Mlnei
Machinist
Lumberman
Miller
Contractor
Lahore!
Tenin-ii i
Lumberman
Oarpenler
Luiu hernial!
McDermld, Hugh C.
McGowan, Robert
Mcintosh, Duncan A.
Mclsaac, Dougald D.
McLaughlin, Morley T,
McLennan, John D,
McLeod, Julin
Mcl.euil, Angus
McLeod, George I-.
Mcl.euil. Archie
McPherson, James 1).
Nahrsted, Henry.
Xeal, Frederick ti.
Olson, Peter
Page, Thomas II.
Parker, Robert
Partelou, Rov M.
Paul, Edward
Peppard, Lawrence
Peppard, Aubrey S.
l'erssoti, Gustave
Perry, Joseph
Peterson, August
Poirier, Hector
Pombert, George
Ralph, Samuel S.
Retnond, Gabriel
Richard, William S.
Robertson, D. J.
Robinson. Geo. S.
Rosalgnol, John
Russuuim, Wesley A.
Sadler, George H.
Sauillliiliils, l-'reilk. J.
Siindhuin, W, A.
Sangster, George
Shaver. Henry A,
Shaw,John
Shaw, Jnhn J.
Shaw, Julin Y.
Smith, Peter J.
Soucie, Frank
Soucie, Vndrew
Spurling, Julin Ii.
Stewart, Fred W
Stevens, Robert
Stew ut, Geo, A.
Sumner, George
Sutherland, John J.
Tailor. Stephen
Thorn, George
Weir, Edward
Weir. li.
Wharton, I. II.
Wlliffeu, Frank 1:.
Wickens, W. K.
Wiililicunilie, John
Wilson, William T.
Wil. 1,-r, Frank
Wills, Alfred
Williams.  Henrv.
Wm ..I, luim A. "
Wood, ). A.
Woodland, lames |.
Wright, Merritt ll'.
Zschiedrich, Charles
Zschieelrich, Ernest 0.
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Comaplix
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldlields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Oamborne
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Camborne
Halls Landing
Halcyon
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Camborne
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Arrowhead
Couia] ilix
Beaton
RevelstoKe
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Lumberman
Millmaii
Miner
Bridge Carpenter
i.uniliei man
Conductor
Miner
Miner
Barber
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Fireman
Miller
.Merchant
Miller
Fireman
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Laborer
Lumberman
Pliinerinaii
Miner
Captain
Carpenter
Miner
Master Mariner
Cook
Lumberman
Lumberman
I'laiierinali
Storekeeper
Miner
Miner
Farmer
Teamster
Laborer
Despatcher
Bushman
Barber
Carpenter
Bridgniaii
Electrician
Clerk
Lumberman
Civil Engineer
Miner
Timekeeper
Machinist
Machinist
Laborer
Lumberman
Fireman
t larpenter
Ledger-keeper
Clerk
Lumberman
Teamster
Butcher
Freight Clerk
Clerk
Bartender
Mill Foreman
Lumberman
Laborer
Lumberman
.".XI i TAKE NOTIOE that at the Court of Revision to be held on lhe 1st
day of November, 1900, at Court Hnuse, Hevelstoke, ti. 0., at 10 o'clock ill the
forenoon I shall hear and determine the same, and unless you. or some other
Provincial voter, on your behalf, satisfies me that said objection is not well founded, I shall strike your name nl the said Register.
Haled this -lib day of October, 1909.
li. EDWARDS,
Registrar uf Voters for Revelstoke Electoral Dislricl.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
WANTED
LOST—Gold, oval-shaped locket,
bein ing B. of R.T. emblem on une
side and on the other H.R.H. $2 reward will be paid lo finder upon returning same to McKinnon's Cigar
Store. oct 0
WANTED—A fourth-class stationary engineer—Apply   to   J. C.
Hutchison, Revelstoke Steam Laundry
UNION HOTEL
AURU VHK,U>, B.U.
Special Attention given lu commercial
men ami tou. ists. I,,irst-rli_tss sample
rooms. Finest scenery in Kritinh Columbia, overlooking Upper Arruw Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
WANTED-A man to milk two
rows, As payment for the
work a furnished room, light and
water will be given free. References
required.    Apply R. T Mail-Herald.
LOSI—A small, black, curly-haired
puppy, two l'i out feet tan colored
Finder wid receive reward nn applying tu J. A. Campbell, Seventh Sl.
WANTED—At City Hutel, tii-olx-
perienced   waitresses,    Wages
$80 per mouth,
FOR SALE-One large Oak Sideboard, and one medium sized coal
stove, in good condition. Apply at
Mail Herald office.
w
ANTED—A stenographer, apply
Imperial Bank of Canada.
FOR   SALE-Tivn   llurses-Cheap-
Apply tn Bowman Lumber Co.,
Limited.
REVELSTOKE DISTRICT
.VI
BRIDGE     COLUMBIA    RIVE
REVELSTOKE
Notice i- hereby given that, in compliance with Section ; ol Chapter 115 Revised Statute-, of Oanada, 1Q06, plan-, and
dcs.triplion oi a proposed bridge over Ihe
Oolumbia Kiver at Revelsluke in lhe Plo-
vince of British Columbia, have been forwarded lor deposit with the Minister of
Public Works and a duplicate thereof has
lieen deposited iu lhe ollice of the Registrar uf Deeds at Nelson, and thai al the
expiration of one month from this dale the
Minister v'i Public Works lor ilu- Province
of British Columbia will make application
ie  the   Governor  General   for approval
SHOW CARD WRITING
HOU8E PAINTING
HOUSE DECORATING
PAPER HANGING
First-class  Work   Guaranteed.
Mail  Orders  Promptly  Filled.
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Sireet and Robson Ave.
FOR SALE
A Hall Safe
An Oak Standing Office Desk
A Roll-Top Desk
A Long-Carriage Empire
Typewriter.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLV  TO
The MAIL-HERALD Ofllce
MUM MOVEMENT
Organizing Trip of the General
Secretary
Mr. Herbert K. Caskey, of Toronto,
the general tcoretary of thi Laymen's
Missionary Movement in Canada, wns
in Revelstuke Thursday and met wiih
•he local committee in charge ol the
tvnrk of the movement here. A party
ul twelve men are making a tour of
tvestefn Canada visiting and speaking
In ahout 50 cities, of which Ruvelstoke will be one, the party reaching
here Wednesday, November 10th. The
group ia made up nf four classes of
men; those who are personally familiar with conditions throughout Canada, others who have been in non-
Christian lands as physicians or
clergymen, men who are specialists in
the work ol the Laymen's Missionary
Movement nntl finally several uf the
secretaries ul the dill'erenl church
hoards ol mission, Aside frnm this,
prominent laymen will join the delegation at different points and at their
own expense travel Inr a numlier of
days speaking abuut the movement
and its ell'cct upon church Hie as llu-y
have seen it.
Mr. Caskey is simply completing
the arrangements in the various cities
to he visited and repurtB the must
enthusiastic preparations Iur the visit
in every city he has touched. The
delegatiun has been divided into four
giuups nnd has suetit the week in
Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Altera
tour nf the Crow's Nest towns the
entire delegation expcot to meet here
uid gn to Vancouver where they will
spend three days.
Prominent among (he speakers here
will he Ciiiinn Tucker of the Anglican
church, Dr. O. J. Bond, of Halifax, ol
the Melhodist chinch, II M. Clark, nl
the Presbyterian work in China, and
several others if opportunity offors.
The meeting at Kevelstoke will he
held iu the V. M. C. A. Gymnasium,
supper being served by the ladies at a
nominal price, and the men of Revel
Btoks should hoi I the evening of November Kith for this decidedly unique
event. It is said tbat iu many ol the
eastern cities the young men Imm IH
tu .10 are taking hold ul the movement
wilh splendid results.
A Unique Newspaper
On Satuiday next tbe regular edition of the Colonist will be edited by
tbe Provincial Vice-President .,1 the
NtUioual Council ol Women of Can-
ads for British Columbia, assisted by
the moBt prominent women workers
of the Coast, who will edit special departments, and alsu hy the leading
members ol the lnleinational and National Cnuiicils including Her Excellency the Countess of Aberdeen, Her
Excellency the Countess of Grey,
Lady Edgar, Lady Drummond, Dr
Anna Howard Snaw, Mrs. Ogilvie
Gordon, and many uthcrs uf recugniz-
ed lame aud ability. This edition
promises to bo not only uniijue of its
kind, tut of great and general interest.
It will contain about lorty pages and
be handsomely illustrated.
INVEST
A few of your space dollars oil whiter
Underwear, Clothing and Boots and
Shoes at John Hull's Sale. Most of the
summer goods have been cleaned out,
and the new fall and winter goods ordered six and eight mouths from the
manufacturers are just coming in, all to
be sold fnr cash at wholesale price
Such mil known goods as San ford's
clothing, Stanfield's underwear, Hell's,
McPherson's and uther makes uf first
class shoes; all nf which must be cleaned
out bv the first of the new year. Are
vou Interested in saving money ? We
have lived up to what We advertised at
the start anil will continue to do sn un
til the stuck is disposed nl.
JOHN BULL,
Revelstoke, B. C.
ih,
Hated at Victoria, -'ist October, 1909,
F, C. GAMBLE,
oc _-,, Public Works Engineer,
NOTICE
Notice is hereby j^iven thai one month
after dato 1 intend to applv to the Superintendent v'i Provin< ial Police for a renew*
al of my hotel license to sell intoxicating
liquor under the provisions ol the Statutes
in that behalf In the premises known and
described as the Koolenay Hotel, situated
mi Minion, B.C., for ihe half-year from
December 31st,  19091 to June 30th, 1910.
Dated Oct. ajrd, 1909.
oc ii im       Stephen Poub/hlancik.
tOWEftfc
!<^§*«|
LICKERS
wear well
and they keep you
d.'y while you are
weorinq them
SOLD DY THE
BEST DEALERS
LVtRYWHtRE
twu Cwhdia.1 Onm-Cioutinc Co ,111. Tonsil. Cu
FARM AND ORCHARD.
.1. Ritchie, ol Kalendon, has In night
the Gillespie ranch at Okanagan Falls
for $1S,0()0.
The Arrow Lakes and Nelsou districts will combine iu sending a
Kootenay exhibit of apples to the
great continental apple show at
Spokane, Wash., on Nov. 15-20. J.
E Amiable of Nelson, and F, G. Fauquier of Arruw lakes will go to Spokane
in charge of the combined exhibit.
Mr. Fauquier has already been up
and down the Arrow lakes in his
launch, selecting the Iruit fur that
district.
A   MONKY-MAKINli   POTATO.
The Eldorado potato has heen creating a seiisatiun in England. During
the first year nl its popularity, Mr.
(Ien. Massey, n( Spalding, made a
fortune out nf a  small   stuck   uf   the
Eldorado—he being  une  of the tbrei
holders   ol   the   variety—selling   the
tubers at the rate ol  |500 per pound
nnil Hiiiiieliini'H Inr as much as frill an
ounce. According to the pres-., an
nider Iur three tons of Eldorado tubers
autumn delivery, has been placed in
tlie   neighborhood,   the   selling prioe
,,,,.,,11 d being $60,000.     Mr. John
Crawley, ol  Whaplode  Manor,   n -
beach, paid iflift fur an Eldorado p i,,iu
nil hough it barely turned the scales al
an ounce, It has been gruwn under
,,,.. Crawley's personal supervision,
ml has produced IU strung, healihy
plants, worth at the market price
frum .fib I" -fl-' each. The enthusiasm
evinced lur tl e new tuber is partly the
outcome ol thu large sums ul money
mude nut ul its predecessor, the North
Star, It shuuld be explained that lhe
life or variety of a speoies ol potato is
abuut twelve years. Alter that period
it becomes weak aud more addicted to
disease. The Eldorado, which haa
strong disease-resisting and crop-
producing qualities, lino beun the mo6j
successlul variety yet placed upou the
market.
M
Scotch  Whisky
Keeping up the Standard.
Watson s Scotch Whisky is known the
wurld   over   lor   its   unvarying   quality   and
exceptionally   fine   flavor.
bvery hottle you open has Ine same smooth
taste—the same rich, full-bodied flavor, the
same characteristic aroma.
We use the old-fashioned Pot Still method
nf distillation.
Then we leave tunc to do its work of
maturing and mellowing.
To ensure against the necessity of snipping
any whisky belore it is properly matured, we
continually keep a stock of several million
gallons, absolutely our own property, njieintf
in wood.
1 hut is why nnr whisky never vanes.
Insist     on
Watson's
"THREE STAR '    A mild, thoroughly _n.iur-._l Scotch,
"NO. 10"    A lull-!.„_!,<J. richly flavored Scotch,
JAMES WATSON & CO., Limited  -   Dundee.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Mest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.     Rates %i ,i day.     Monthly rate.
J".    ALBEET     ST03STB      PBOP.
ST. BONIFACE COLLEGE
St. Boniface College, which is situated across the river from Winnipeg, in the tiiy of St. Boniface, is directed by tbe Jesuit Fathers. It has
tour courses ot studios, a Course in Arts (four year), leading lo B,Aj
degree in the University cf Manitoba; a Grammar Course (three
years), preparing for Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.; a Commercial Course (two years), leading to a diplopia of accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), tor the
benefit of those, who are not sufficiently prepared for tlie Grammar Course
and lhe Commercial Course. Tho Commercial Course is conducted in
English, and in all the other departments there are two parallel courses
one in English and one in French.
Students are accepted  either as  boarders,  day   scholars,   or  half
boarders,      Kor  prospectus and   particulars   apply   to REV. FATHER
Rector, St. Boniface College. St   Boniface, Man.
The College reopens Wodnesday, September r, al 7 p.m.     ncp 2z im
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited, Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate frnm date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
F'\MMW
a^_sysa_»**'
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.     First-Clasi in every respect.     All modern conveniences
Large Sample KoutiiB.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C,
" THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. Q
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up $3,500,000
Rest Fund $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
,-• \'.'ft-..[A ■- _*• .i- ,,.-.    .- •«'
Make Your Home Beautiful
with one ol our Hands-:me parlor sets,
upholstered in high grade silk, or
damask, with frames tlmt are in every
Conceiviililc design, aim made to wear
indefinitely. We have many new anil
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces lur
beautifying the bome that are taste
fill, effective and inexpensive, and wil
show your rounis to the best advantage.
H HOWSOM Sr CO.'Y.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
are disposing of their entire Stock at a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,   Silverware,   Watcliet-
Doyle and Allum, Limited
.■"V.   It
•?s&*
i: P. L£ Bill
Corner Third 5T& Campbell
REVELSTOKE   p
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work a 5pedaltg\
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties, Beans, Peas,
Barlev, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. VV. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
How Does That Strike Vou
Nn matter whal you wart
iu the niriit rn- lish Hoc if
you met it from m- vnu can
lie sn,,- the QUALITY IS
GUARANTEED.
Hnve you tried our Shamrock Loaf Lard ?
P.BUBNS & CU., LTD.   Phone 21
i   The Vernon fire showed the need
I   §f our
i PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER. •
i
The best safe-guard In which you can invest.     Kverj   hotel should
be fitted with Ui    -  i matter of  safeti   to occupants
its root
Only 45c. a foot.    Sample on view here.
S. cTUcMAHONS BLACKSMITH SHOP. '
Revelstoke. B. C. '
SHEEP FARMING
How to Protect Sheep from the
Coyote.
A circular issued hy the DepB-li.u-nt
ol Agriculture says:
"The one thing that,   prevents hundreds of   farmers   immediately establishing small  breeding   Hocks,   is the
; coyote.
How can sheep be protected Irom
the ravages of this pestiferous sneak
thief of the prairies iB the deterring
question?
Enquiry has recently been instituted by Qeorge H G'eig, western representative ol the Live Stock Commissioner for the Dominion government,
as to how best bucIi protection may
he provideil at reasonable expense.
Nearly all experienced sheep men
agree that any of the ordinary woven
wire fences now on the market, if properly erected will eullice to keep sheep
in and coyotes uut. The most satisfactory fence, when cost ia considered,
is a strip of the regular sheep fencing
about 110 ft. high, placed close to tbe
ground ou posts irom Ilii to 25 leet
apart, with one or two strands of
barbed wire stretched above, at inter-
vals of ti, 8 or 10 inches. Such a
fence, if properly built, care being
taken that no holes are left underneath the woven strip to allow the
coyotes to crawl under, makes a good
aud lasting fence fur all classes of
farm stock. Horses or cuttle are seldom or ever injured by barbed wire
when used as described, as long as it
is kept tight. The use of it almve the
woven wire prevents stock reaching
over and bearing duwu the top ol the
woven fence, and, further, the barbed
wire helps to save the woven fence
from being crushed down in the spring
ol the year by the weight of crusted
snow drifts, the barbed wire in most
cases cutting its way through the
drifts.
Uood woven   wire fencing,   Irom 25
AD inches high, suitable lor sheep, can
be got at from 40 to 50 cents per rod,
nil on most farms  there  is plenty of
Id barbed wire to complete tbe job."
THE MINES
J.e Roi 2 has di-claral its regular
quarterly dividend ul two shillings per
share, payable Nov. 0
Consolidated Co. shares are stronger
owing to the encouraging reports submitted to the annual meeting, lt is
quoted at $K>() asked and $90 bid.
Granby is stronger, the quotation
being $115 asked and $100 bid.
There are 220 men men working at
the Mother Lode. <'ut ol these there
are just two remaining whu worked
there eight years ago.
It cost the Granby for the year ending last June 10 cents a pound to produce its cupper.
Well authenticated rumors are current from responsible parties which
repnrt that an important Bilver camp
has been discovered at a place called
Rosie Creek, which is about a three
days' canoe trip from Sudbury on the
C.P.R.
Reports of the l.i Rose mine show
the extraction fur the year of 3,000,000
minces of silver, tht- largest total of
any Cobalt company fur an; year up
to that dat,.
A certain amount the l-'»4graini
ol radium chloridi ■
teen and e-ne-hslf grains of pure radium;, which represents the output ol
eighteen month* from tbe wi rn- at
S Jachimsthal,tn|Bohemia. is to tic put
un the mark-t b) tbe Austrian gov-
■nt. The Vienni se hospitals and
scientific institution- wiil lirst be
supplied free f cu»t and tne rest will
be offered fur sal'- at tbe price of
£15,000 a gramme ' 15 I graii -
JUSTICE AND IHE C. P. R.
Judge Morrison and a Vernon
Jury Say Things.
On Wednesday morning his Lordship took occasion to refer at Vernon
to what he considered the high-band-
ded proceeding of the C. I', lt. in refusing to hold the train a Bhort time
in order to allow connections with the
train from thn west, in this way forcing Sheriff Wood, with the prisoners
in e,is charge, to drivo across country.
In view of the fact that they should
cuusider the interests of the people to
some extent, and protect them from
an unnecessary expenditure and the
risk of having the prisoners escape,
he thought this was a very proper
thing for the Grand Jury to take up
aud comment upon.
The Grand Jury made the follow- I
ing presentment.
"We beg to emphatically call your
Lordship's attention to the fact that
the business of this Court has been
considerably delayed, thereby causing
unnecessary expense, and what is mure
important, the administration of
justice has been jeopardized by the
refusal ol the Canadian Paotfio Railway Co. to hold the train at Sicamous,
Junction for a rcasonahlc length of j
time to make connections with the'
main line train [rom lhe west, thereby !
necessitating the sheriff and prisoners I
driving from Kamloops to Vernon, a ,
distance ol eighty miles, and introducing the possibility of the escape ol ll e
prisoners while io transit. We respectfully ask your Lordship to have thia
brought to the attention of the head
ollicials of the C. P. R. Co. and the
Railway Commission.
licensee lins mads a survey ilu.-r._ut'.
I,-iiiiii.-.  lu cui  lllui'ii   are abo i;l-aiiLt;ii
ill [unilic competition, except in lhu case
uf actual seiners, wiiu require Um Um
,   i.a   muir uwii use.
Battlers uml others may alsu obtain
permits iu cue up to luo eurda ut wuod foi
aain   without    competition.
Tin- -iuin payable under a pi-inili arc
U.M per thousand (eel B,M.« lor Mjuaic
Unibur and suwIuku ot any wuod except uiik; from 1-2 lo I 1-2 centa per lineal
iuul for butldiiiK lots, irom 12 1-2 lo -'-
cuius per cold for wood; 1 cent for fence
posit. 3 cents fur railway ties; and WJ
cents per cord fur shingle bolls.
Leases Ior grazing purposes are Issued
for a term of twenty-one years, al a
rental of two cents per acre per annum.
Coal lands may be purohaued al lio
per acre for soft coal and (20 for antlira-
clto. Not more than 320 aorea may be
acquired  by  oue Individual or company.
itoyalty at the rate of 10 cents per ton
of -UOU pounds Is cullected on the gross
output.
Enirlea for land tor agricultural purposes may be made personally at the local land ollice lur the district In which
lhe land to be taken up la situated, or
ll thu homesteader desires, be may, on
uppllcaUon to the Minister of the Interior
ut Ottawa, the Commissioner of Immigration ai Wlnnlpog, or tha local agent for
the Llislrict, within which the land 1»
situated, receive authority for some one
lo make entry for lllni.
A fee of tm Is charged for homestead
uiilry.
A settler who has received an entry foi
a homestead. Is required to perforin ths
conditions connected therewith under one
of  thu  following plans:—
111 Al lun.-1 six months' residence upon
and cultivation of tho land In each year
during the term of three years.
It Is the practice of the Departmenl to
require a settler to bring Hi acres under
cultivation, but if he prefers be may substitute stuck; and 20 head of cattle, to be
actually his own property, with buildings
for their accommodation, wUl be required
Instead of culUvatlon.
12| If the father tor mother, If the father Is deceased) of any person who l»
eligible to make a homestead entry undet
the provisions of the Act, resides upon
a farm In the vicinity of the land entered for by such person as a homestead,
no- requirements of tho Act as to residence prior to obtaining patent may be
annulled by such person residing with the
father or mother.
UI) It llie settler haa bia permanent
residence upon farming land owned by
Inin In the vicinity of bis homestead, the
requirements of the Act as to residuum'
may be satisfied by residence upon the
said   land.
Application for patent should be made
at the end of three years before the local
agent, sub-agent or a homestead Inspector.
Before making application for a patent,
the selller must give six months' notice
in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands al Ottawa, of his Intention to do 80.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
l-lKKjiiHIIIAliI-: NO.   ON'
Box Nu. II-Kilt'  Hall NY. 1,
Hox No. 45—Front Street west near
Cl' li. Bridge.
Box No. 40—Comer King and Douglas Streets (Palace Meat Mart).
Hox   No,   47—Corner   Second and
Wales StreetB (back ol Court House).
Box No. 48—Cor. Third and Charles
Streets (Cowan Block).
KIKE llHltlAl)h_ NO. TWO
Box No. 14.—Corner First Street
aud McKenzie Avenue, C. B. Hume
& Oo.
Box No. 15.—Cor. First Street and
Rokeby Avenue, (Post ollice).
Box No. 1(5.—Corner Second Btreet
and Government Road (opera house).
Box No. 17.—Comer Third street
and Campbell avenue, (Globe Lumber
Co.)
Box No.   18.—C. P. It. station.
Box No. 24.—Corner Fifth street
aiid McKenzie ave. (Catholic church).
Box No. 25.—Corner Sixth street
and Orton avenue, (W. A. Foote).
Hox No. 2(i.—Cornor Fourtii Btreet
and MoArthnr nvoiiue.
Box No. 27.—Cornor Fourth street
and Townley street (over south track).
Bux No. 28.—Corner Se-cond street
and Robson avenue (Mrs. Baker).
Box  No.  3d.-  Fire Hull No. 2
Box No. 85,—Hospital.
Box  No.  'Ali.—School.
Signal for practise—not less than
nix (ti) slow strokes.
One (1) stroke indicates line broken
or lire out.
Signals are given thus: 2 strokes-
interval 5 secouds—4 strokes; equals
Box 24. No. ol box will also be shown
on indicator at Fire Hall.
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no nu,re sensible Xniiis (jilt
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It is fitted with a 14 k
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with filler and instructions.
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~N0TICE~
Take nolice Unit 80 lays after date I
Intend to apply in ihe Superintendent
ot Provlnolal Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Recop-
lion Hotel at Oamborne, B.C., I'm- thu
half-year from December 81st, in I), to
.lune 80th, lllll).
Dated Ootober 18th, 1000,
oc 20 lm CoKY MeNIUSNICK,
HALF A LOAF
IS BETTER THAN NONE
But hall a Uial oi bread manufactured by the i'ity Baker;
guff (tirtlii r anil i- uu ri- -atis
lying than awhob- li al i.I ordin-
ary bread. there is a reason,
quality tells in the manufacture
of our Superior bread we use
exclusively Kobin Hood Flour.
which is the highest grade' 01
ll'-ur ..ii the market. We solicit
your patronage-, give- un a trial.
FOR SALE
I'ilu ton i "t locally grown
potatoes, in lots to suit pur
chasers,    Superior quality.
Mail your orders tn
f. Mccarty. - revelstoke
City  Bakery CEMENT BLOCKS
W. GARLAND
THK HOME   OF   GOOD   BAKING
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
Mnnufitrttirs'J for all elAUM of   hniMtnici
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
for :•(.'* in larto nr "mill 'jimnLltiti
nt id* lowest price* fur OAlh,
All klnda nr baildt&f mui pluUrlDR
iinamAtfii
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
Sunday School Convention
rbe Tliinl Provinolal  Convention is
to in- beld in N-i- n. Nuv. 2 I  1909,
Marion l.*«r»nce, iicne-ral Secretary International Sunday Bobool A»-
lOoiatioo, will he prtsent and take
part   in   each session      Mr. I.iiwrance
Is tbe   li'ailmg   Sunday Sel I expert
in the ft rid, aod it will be the opportunity of a li'piune to hear bim ("peak
and catch hia enthusiasm.
K. I). Excell, the gnat singing
Bvangelist, will bave charge of the
music throughout the Convention,
ami this ensures tbe best possible result* obtainable.
Tbe leading Sunday Sohool workers
ol  tbe provinoe will also take part'ln
the meetings.
The lollowing are delegates Members of  the Provinolal Board, Pastors
and Superintendents of all Evangelical lohools, anil each school can send
one delegate lur each 60 ol the enrolment ur fraction thereof,
The Sunday Sohool Irlends ol Nel-
sun will provide freeentertalnment fur
all oertlfled delegate!
Tho usual rnilui-.iid rates will be
granted, vi/.,, PM) present, return free.
IMIL AND SIMMER
Charlie Fife, who has been ticket
agent at Fernie fur the last live years,
has been ottered and accepted the
position of District Passenger agent
with liendeiuarterB at Calgary.
"Good bye boys, 1 got it good aud
hard thia time," were the last words
spoken by William McColl at Fort
William, as he waa picked up from
under lhe pony wheels of eugine No.
2155 on Saturday night und in two
hours be waa dead. He had been run
over by tbe big locomotive a few
minutes belore. Feeling in the beat
ul spirits McColl faced his fellow
workmen while ultering these words
and the trainmen that had gathered
around the unfortunate man were
dumbfounded and were unable to
make reply. McColl gave the signal
Ior the engine to proceed ahead aud
when it approached attempted to
beard the Iront running buard, he
missed hie looting and fell backward
in front ol the engine. The engine
came to a standstill almost immediately but not belore the front wheels
had passed over his body.
The uew C.P.K. line irom Saskatoon
to Wetaskiwin, in Northern Alberta ia
now completed, and the company is
celthrating the completion uf the
seennd main line through the prairies
giving direct connection between
Winnipeg and Edmonton. This makes
the fourth main line between Winnipeg and the far west, and all will
eventually gu thruiigh to ti e Pacilic
Coast. It ia officially stated this
morning that the C. P. K. have co'ii-
pleted the survey ol a line through
tbe Pine River Pass in tbe Rockies in
Northern Alberta, ami this will be a
continuation "I the line from Wetaa-
k i»i r,.
A pri/.e was offered tins year by
Allan Purvis, C, P K. superintendent
fur the best kept station grounds on
the Pacific division, and on his visit
here Ust week Hr Purvis awarded the
prixes to Mr. Moir station agent hi re
Tbe neat grt -mil-, lawn and Mowers at
the station »re frequently remarked
upon and it is a | leasure to see them
fittingly   i; ■   -'irand     Fo i-
Gaiette.
Th«- Canadian Pacilic Kailroad has
louod I be -    serviceable fur
tram  ■!• -; ll        i      Iftt   the   pr ll
systi". 100 milee ol telephone
lines will bs ' i-' nded   within a year,
The tbat about lifty
per cent -i. re traffic   oan be handled
now tba ■■   tinder ti,'     d
telegr.i. li -patching.
Sale of Mineral Claims In the Revelstoke Assessment District
I hereby give notice that on Monday, the 1st day of November, A.D., WOO, at the hour of eleven o'clock In the
forenoon, at the Court House, Kevelstoke, I .sbnll offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in thu list hereafter
set out, of which Grown Grants have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent hy said persona on the
Htlth June, A.I)., 1009, and for costs and expenses of sale, If the total amount due is not sooner paid.
I-.1ST ABOVE  MENTIONED
:■■',-    UV    I;l-/n;l_-ATIONS      .'.'•
DISPOSAL,   01     !•">
,,      WITH I.-.       IHI
RAIL     \ i    IN   THK   fltOV
,,-ill  OOLUMBIA
A    LP   . ,'      .iii... i        in    I'"   '•'
iiiiireii   miiy   iu   puiiii'i   oompetltlon.    a
,. • ■ ,     .    |,   ,. |U ii. .,.,,_•
for all  tin  i  SX< Spl   tnOM   »ltu
iii.'ii w. ii nr v i    in,- wiiinh ttie real i   I
;it the i U'   il i    -ies per acre per annum
in   addition he t '-mat, ilmm al   lie
rnilriwiUK ri'i-n ,,,r« uli.irge4:-
Mawn   lurnliii,   GO   cents   per   tdousirul
foot   ll.M.
Kuilwiiy tl*S, ',l|(ht and nliiu font lung.
1 i _:  imi I ;i I . mn ,-iicd.
siiiiikIi- duns, as cents a oord,
ah other I'i'i'iii.i,,,   i i»ei   'imi <ui  tue
milee.
A   lli-ensr, is ismienl ao auua oh n liTlli
ifl Kt-iiiiteii, inn in Mtirvnyod territory n"
tlmbor can be cut on a berth unlit tu*
Ill'.lllSTI'.KI'_l> OWNUli III! IIKANTUK
NAME OF il, AIM
Annie                  	
LOT Nil.
1500      (iroup 1
UNPAID
TAXI-IS
COST8
TIITA1.
K. C. Elliott, W, E. Ncwcomlie	
$18 75
$2 IK)
$20 75
Ole Sandbeig, T. MoKirday Urnhain.
Isabella	
1557
86 00
2 (Kl
38 00
\V. Cowan, and John Abrahamson ..
Helper	
155S
39 00
2 UU
41 00
"
Dorothy            	
1550
30 UU
2 UU
41 UU
n
Ked Fox	
1500
30 00
2 00
41 00
••
Home Fraction   	
1501
15 IKI
2 00
17 UO
••
Maple Leaf    	
1502
10 50
2 00
18 5U
"
Oak Leaf	
1503
27 00
2 UU
20 UU
,.
Florean "'ruction
151)1
27 00
2 UU
21) 00
i.
Lanark
151)2
(1 00
2 (K)
8 UU
ii
Lanark         .. .
15112a
2H 60
2 IK)
3U 5U
i,
Sni ton
21S01
15 75
2 IKJ
17 75
<»
East Lanark Fraction
2777
1 50
2 UO
3 5U
"
Blue Jay	
277!)
21 75
2 (K)
23 75
,.
Warwick Fraction
2770
I 51)
2 (Kl
3 51)
Clyde Fi-nct ion
277S
3 (III
2 (K)
6 UU
l-'rci- Coinage
Lone Pine
15NH
1570
26 uu
25 60
2 00
2 OU
28 UU
27 5U
..
Butte	
4509
23 50
2 (Kl
26 50
Charles W. McOrossan	
Anna
5838
111 50
2 (K)
is 60
ii
Joseph
53:17
15 60
2 (Kl
17 60
i.
Maud
.ms
IS IK)
2 DD
2U UU
Lardeau Valley Mines, Limited	
Spokane
l.'tIKi
111 50
2 IKI
21 60
•-
Maggie May
2137
24 tK)
2 UU
2ti IK)
	
Maggie May No. 2
2-112
IS 60
2 IK)
20 5U
"
Interloper Fraction
2113
8 50
2 (Kl
5 5U
	
Ruby Fraction
2111
60
2 0U
2 60
,1
Glengarnook
5H7P
211 IK)
2 00
28 UU
"
John L
5SIIS
2 (Kl
2 1)0
1 UU
"
Maryen Fraction
5SIK1
2 60
2 (K)
4 50
Liza Fraction
5IK.KI              "
ll 60
2 IK)
11 -"ill
Wide West Gold Mill. Cu. of I.iinlcilU
Lakeview
6164
21 60
2 UU
20 60
..
Ontario..
0165
24 5U
2 IK)
2(1 55
1-
Wide West
0153
2(1 IK)
2 UU
28 00
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co.Etd
A. K. Fraction..
7113
60
2 (K)
2 50
"
Hell Boy
7112
1 75
2 (K)
(1 75
'
Mav ..    ..
71311
.'   111
2 0U
7 75
■
Mny No. 1
7I3H
u id
2 (K)
7 76
ii
May No. 2
71311
1) UU
2 UU
11 OU
i.
7137
8 26
2 UO
IU 25
u
7135
12 (K)
2 UU
14 0U
'
May No. G
7431
12 (10
2 UU
14 IK)
it
Glooscap
7257
8 26
2 (IU
IU 25
ii
Glooscap No. 2
7258
II 25
2 UU
U 25
I-
Glooscap No. H
72511
li 25
2 UU
8 25
••
Forbes Fraction
7."_l)2
25
2 UU
2 25
"
Reward Fraction
7255
8 60
2 ou
6 5(1
.1
Pilot Fraction
7i1l
25
2 UU
2 25
"
Morning Btar
7252
(1 50
2 UU
8 5(1
ii
Hume Itun Lode
7253
2 60
2 0U
4 50
.,
Rattler
70IS
IU 75
2 Ot)
12 75
it
Union .luck
71)10
11 25
2 00
13 25
it
Pilot
705U
7051
7 50
12 75
2 00
2 UU
0 5U
it
Florence
II 75
•'
Kootenay No. 1
7217
8 75
2 00
IU 75
"
Kuuienay No. '1
72IH
■I 6U
2 00
0 60
it
Koolenay No. II l-'rae.
72511
4 26
2 0U
0 25
"
Jumbo
7D52
2 75
2 00
4 75
"
lll'lepi  llili'lll
7053
8 25
2 00
10 25
"
1 .111 llll
72111
0 75
2 00
8 75
"
Rattler No. 1
7251
IU 5U
2 Wl
12 50
W. A. Woods     	
Edinburgh   ..
2807
2 00
17 75
"
Silver Hutv
27S2
15 75
2 00
17 75
"
Scotia
2784
15 75
2 0U
17 75
•■
Elizabeth
2786
15 75
2 00
17 75
David II. Wllaon
< lloucester
275S
27511
18 uu
13 UU
2 UU
2 UO
16 00
Orown Point
15 00
Bonanza King
2H5H
13 UU
2 00
15 00
John II. Ilu.ue	
East Obance
2(KM
13 UU
200
15 U0
David II. Wilson	
A lire
Alice Fraction
21157
2IKI1
13 UU
3 U0
2 00
2 00
15 00
5 00
Clara Grace Weetfall
Tuui Edward
III7M
30 75
2 00
38 76
M
Ooppei t\, n
Pedro
Minnie V
HI77
751HI
75117
88 75
9 86
7 50
2 00
2 01)
2 00
35 76
11 25
"
96U
The Metropolitan Gold k Silver Min
ing iu of Lardeau. B.C., Limited
New \ ul-k
5325
311 IK)
2 UU
41 00
"
lluslun .
532(1
47 IK)
2 00
49 00
"
Ohicago
5327
40 IKI
2 (10
42 U0
"
Montreal
6328
33 UU
2 00
35 00
"
San I ranolsco
53211
51 UU
200
50 00
»t
Falrvlew
Metropolitan Praction
('hii ago Fraction
Kamloops
5880           "
5331
5332
11152
54 UU
8 IKI
9 Ull
28 25
2 00
2 00
200
2 IH)
50 00
..
10 00
>t
11 00
"
30 25
ti
Triune
Enterprise
6681
.VW2
40 25
39 50
2 00
2 00
42 25
i.
41 50
tt
Bilver Chief
6088
211 75
2 00
31 75
ti
Kamloops Fraction
Revenge
.MIKI
6086
0 60
17 75
2 00
2 00
8 50
i.
19 85
hilled at Kevelsloke, 11. (!., this 5th day of October, lu.jp.
i(
E. Edwards,
Deputy Alieeeor and Collector, Revelstoke Assessment District. I
\
THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C.
1TOTICE
Fresh air is introduced into
the Kootenay oven through a
series of vents at the bottom
of the oven door, and the
cooking* fumes carried out
through another series of
vents at the back of the oven.
(Arrows in »_    ^~r
illustration H^BS/^*-^
show method WMMM '% iSTI
r~ of ventilation.)      l fm ' ™ ,|i S
^The air in the ' V ^
oven is always
kept pure. The
natural flavor
of   every
artiole is
completely
retained
Everything
tastes most
delicious.
FREE
Booklet
on request.
THE RAILWAY POLICY
Vancouver Island End Discloses
a Bad Flaw.
The
Take notice that I, H. J. La Brash,
of Nakusp. intend applying to lhi
superintendent ol Provinoisl i'olice at
the expiration of one month Irom dati
hereof for a renewal of my hotel
license for tbe premises known as tlic-
Hotel Grand at Nakusp. .     Viclorill   taiaB-am   81lvs
Dated Oct. llth, 1909. UA ,   V 7°na   » e«»m   M^
H J  LaBkaSH,      absolute lallacy  ol alleged connection
 between the mainland and Vancouver
NflTIPF island and the   extension   of the E. &
m 1        _.!.   .1   . i :„._,„j .,  _.i,-i N. to Barclay Sound,  under   that ng-
lakc notice that 1 intend to  make i ' ' °
application to the Superintendent of 'eement wag expoed today when Intel
Provincial Police for a transfer of   re-  views were held with the manager of
tail liquor license ol the Lardeau  Ho- I the V. A- S, railway, over  whose  raib
tel, Comaplix, now held by  me  to  K.  it ia alleged the   Canadian   Norther,
M, Evans
Dated Sept. 29th, 1909.
Jos
Dumont.
NOTICE
Take notice thai one month afler
date we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police l'or permission to transfer licence now held
by us for the Lakeview Hotel, Arrowhead, to Chapman & Irwin.
Dated Oct. lat, 1909.
oot 2 im      Plumton & Chapman.
MCCLA
For Sale by BOURNE BROS.
Get Dur New Catalog
Gel a copy before they
nre all gone. It is a superior catalog, It shows the
shoes in their nut uial
colors. It describes them
accurately
lt has to be superior to
be in keeping with the
hoots. It is useful- and
practical because it tells
the price of each and
where you can get it.
Send a postal for your
copy to-day.
J. Leckie Go., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. G.
Always The Leaders
Fit-Reform Garments are the
recognized  leaders of fashion.
Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats
stand at the head of all high-
class hand-tailored garments for
gentlemen.
Fit-Reform   style,   quality,
workmanship
and value are
everywhere
acknowledged
the best. w
New Fall
Style,
•nsudy
S! ilo $35
McKlNNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agents in Revelstoke.
Advertise in the Mail Herald for Results
NOTICE.
Tike Notiee that I   intend   to   make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police tor a renewal of my
reliiil liquor license for the premises
known as the Ht. Leon Hotel, St. Leon
Hot Springe, ti. 0., for the half year
from December Hist, 1IKI0.
M. GRADY.
October 10th, 1000.
NOTICE
Take Notice that we intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of our
retail liquor license for the premises
known as the Leland Hotel, Nakusp,
B. C. for the half vear from December 31st. 1900.
OGILVIK & MoKITRICK.
October Kith, 1809,
NOTICE
Take uutice tbat HO days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
of Provincial Police for a renewal of
the retail liquor license for the Union
Hotel, Arrowhead, B.C., for the half-
year from DecemberSlBt, 1909, to .lune
Hillh, llllil.
Daled October 18th, 190H.
oc 2D lin W. J. Liuni-niHN.-:.
NOTICE
Take noiiee thai .'10 days after date
wi- intend ("apply to lhe Superintendent of Provincial Police for u renewal
will come into the city, and with tbi
owners of tbe Ksquimalt and Barclay
Sound, over whose route it is intended
to extend to Barkley Sound. Manager
Vansamlt says there is neither oplioi
nor Bale so far as his road is concern
ed, and Mike Carlin says the same
in regard tu the charter he holds tu
Barclay Sjund.
"If Mr. McBride will guarantee my
bondB," Baid Mr. Carlin, "1 will bavi
the mad built in two years."
Mr. Vansandt said he felt sure the
Gnal Northern would not part with
tlieir charter of the V. & S.
K. L, DEORY'8 VIBWg,
"The people ol British Columbia
snould be given a longer time to con
sider a project ol Biich magnitude."
said It. L, Drury. "The project involves an ubligation on the part of ihe
provincial government to make good
if called upon a yearly guarantee of
interest in the neighborhood ol $800,-
000. And this iB in perpetuity, or
until the redemption of the bone1-, as
far as can be seen. In view of tbe
fact that British Columbia is a province with such a widely scattered
population and so many divertili'd
interests, more time for consideration
should have) been given. The statement in the Colonist tbat the province
would not be called upon, in all probability, to make good because similar
gwiiantees have been made in other
provinces of the Dominion, needs to
be taken with great caution. The. fact
rem iin" that the provincial guarantees
made to three   railways,   namely, the
of ihe retail liquor license for the Lake- Victoria and   Sydney,   the   Shuswap
view Hotel, Arrowhead, B.C., for the
half-yoiu fiom December 81st, 1009, to
June 80th, into.
Dated October 18th, 1900.
oc is lm Chapman & Iuwin.
and Okanagan and the Nakusp aid
Sloe n, have iu eacb cam h id to be
made good by the province, whioh has
already paid every cent of the guaran
tee and, moreover, the province has
still to continue payments for the
future."
NANAIMO   1IKKAI.1).
The railway   policy   that   Premier
McBride will appeal to the country on
is,   so   far   as   given   out,   one  that
will not be satisfactory to the Island.
As to   what   policy the Liberal party
ol the Province will   present iB not as
Take notice that I intend to apply to _,    „de   km)WU| except   what   Mr
the Superintendent   of Provincial Po-   ' ,      .        . ,     .
lice for a renewal of  the  retail liquor John Oliver, the  newly elected lender
license for the Kootenay Hotel, Burton i „f the narty has atated.    Undoubtedly
I'U-..      It I'     c... *,... L_.___.l_p ..   e _,_._    I "        -
the party   will   advocate   encourage-
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that IHI days
after dale I intend to apply to the
Superintendent of the Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor
license for the Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, B.C.. for the half vear from December 31st, 1909, to June 30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 1900.
oc 20 lm J. H. Young.
NOTICE
Citv,   B.C., fen- lhe half-year from December 31st, 1909. to June 80th, inin,
Dated October 18th, 1909.
oc 2u lm Wm. Lovatt,
NOTICE
Take notice thai  1  intend  to  make, , ,    .   ,
application   to   the Superintendent of I People are concerned, mat   18,
ment to railway companies, but will
advocate making the companies tint
are so bun used, keep in the middle if
the road, bo tar as   the   rightB ol  the
musl
Provincial Police for a renewal of the i give value for what they receive.
retail liquor license for the City Hotel,'  ,._,
at Arrowhead. B.C., for the half-year
from December 31st, 19011, to June 80th
1910.
Dated October 18th, I9U9.
oc 20 lm John Calky.
the week
"From all parts of the province cume
expressions of   approval   and satisfaction of the Govern ment railway policy,
 uriTIpE j and tbere is little doubt tbat the even-
m i        ii     -won j        .      i       , ling of the 25th of   November will see
Take notice that At) days after date I j        «_._,_, .   ,- _._._.„
intend to apply to the Superintendent I Mr- McBride and his supporters rent' Provincial Police for a renewal of I turned to power with a greatly ilithe retail liquor license for the Halcyon | creRBed   I1)ftjurity.       Particularly   in
Hot Springs Hotel. Halcyon, B.C., for
the half-year from December 31st,
1909, to June 30th, 1910.
Dated October 18th, 19011.
oc20 1m H.'Mi'Intiisii.
Victoria is the sentiment of satisfaction veiy strong. The opening up id
the wealthy country lying between
Victoria and Barclay Sound is in itsell
NOTICE : a source ol great   satisfaction   to the
Take notice that 30 days after date I1 citizens and a guarantee ol a large
intend to apply to the Superintendent increaB0 jn the city's weallh and
of  Provincial Police   for a renewal of ,   . . ,.     ,, .   .
the  retail liquor license for the Hotel population  within   the   next   two or
Beaton, at  Beaton,  B.C.. for the half- i three years; while   the   increased and
ADth  mill ,)ecemhe,'81st' "*l9'toJune:cloaer connection with  the  mainland
Dated October ISth, 1909. which practically   places   Victoria in
oc 20 lm
Arthur Evans,
NOTICE
Take notion that 80 davs after date 1        .
intend to apply to the Superintendent |clal P081tlon'
of   Provincial  Police for; a renewal of
the retail  liquor   license for the Eva
Hotel,   Camborne, B.C.,   for the half-
year from December 31st, hki9, to June
30th, 1910,
Dated October 18th,  IMA.
oc 20 lm John A. TlIBW,
direct touch with the Great Lakes, is
both a gratification to civic pride and
an endorsatiou of her Btrong com mer-
LIBERAL POLICY.
NOTICE
Take notice that 80 days afler dale I
intend to apply to the Superintendent
f   Provincial   Police for a renewal of
The Globe readB tbo Liberals the
lollowing lecture as to what their
policy Bhould be:—
'Governments not only can, lint
must, recugni/.e that there aro ele
nieuts of the   population  wbo are tuo
the 8nci.iliiiga.nl/at.io_n as any other
element In it, and those who belong 10
them are possibly no greedier or mute
selfish than average Immunity but
experience shows they have often less
conscience than average humanity and
a great ileal mure power. They have
aoceaa to the private ear of the ruler,
where the masses have little or none.
They-are better informed, more alert,
and are on tho watch towers every
day in the year. The true role for a
Liberal party is to act as the eyes and
ears ol the utinrganised masses ol the
people, and to be ready to undertake
their cause even before tney reoognise
what threatens them or has befallen
them.
The struggle proceeding in Britain
should be ol supreme interest to every
Liberal. Conditions iu the two lauds
differ widely, but though forms differ,
results and tendencies are sufficiently
identical to inako it pussihlo for Liberals to learn many lussuiiB from the
splendid warfare being curried on by
their British brethren. Liberals can
never rest on iheir oara The Interest,
ol ihe multitude are the Held fur tlieir
energies, and if they are to bo true
sentinels Ihey oannot afford to Bleep
at their posts."
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY
BEVELSTOKE    __B.  O.
Grip and Password
The Enderby Pythian Sisters honored their visiting Grand Must Excellent Chief, Mrs. Brown, oi Rovelstoke,
last Monday evening, the regular
meeting night of the Chapter. After
the business of the evening was disposed of, the Knights and SisterB
joined in giving the Grand Officer a
most enjoyable social evening.
__	
Northern Okanagan Poultry
Association
Second
ANNUAL SHOW
Dec, 8th, 9th, 10th
Lots of Competition. Lots of Specials. Lots of the Glad
Hand to Strangers. We want to Meet you and will
Extend you Every Courtesy.     Send   for   Prize   Lists.
H, E. WABY
President,
), C, ENGLISH
Secretary.
B, BRUNDISH
Aspt, Secretary.   I
r
^
HONORABLE
RICHARD McBRIDE
Premier of B. C.
Hon. W. Bowser
Hon. Thos. Taylor
the retail li'pior license for the Lurdeau weak to  protect   their own   interests,
Hotel.   Comaplix,   B.C.,   for the half- a|1d t|lat t|jeee must be protected aud
year from December 31st, 1800, to June .    ,,            ,   .      , .      „     . i    .,
SOth, 1910. raised Irom   their   debasement by the
Dated October IHth, 1909. I joint action ol the community.
or 20 1m R. H. Kvanh. This is wbat  The   Spectator   calls
NOTIPF socialism.    II it is,   it   is  a socialism
... ,        ,.      ,,,.„,,        fl      , ,   'that   the   Liberal    party   should   betake notice  that  -«) days after date ,       , , ,
ive intend to apply to the Siipei-inten-1 courageous enough and worthy enough
dent of Provincial Police foi a renewal  to   incorporate   in   its   platform.    A
political parly should have for its
field the interests of the wholo people,
but it would bo useless to shut our
eyes to tho fact that there are sections
of tbe population, numerically small,
who are ejuite able not only to defend
their legitimate rights and privilege),
but also to appropriBto a lew of those
In
of the retail Uquor license for the half-
year from December 31st, 1909, ti
June 30th, 1910.
Dated October ISth, 1909.
rn- 20 lm O. P. Ry. Co.
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days after date I
intend tn apply lo the Superintendent
of   Provincial   Police for  ii renewal of
tin retail liipiurliccnse fm-thel'i'iterioli
Hotel at Oamborne, B.C. for the hall belonging  to  thoir   neighbors.
year from December31 sl, 19011, to June  Britain it is tbe dukes; uu this side of
:,"|iat!Toctul..'i 18th, 1900, tl,e AtlBntic !t'" th" c"rl'»r.itions.
oc uj i,n ft rp_ auhky, Tll« corporations are as necessary in
Will Address the Electorate
of REVELSTOKE   RIDING
Wed, Nov. 3rd
IN THE
Revelstoke Opera House
A Cordial Invitation Extended
to Everybody. Special Accommoda*
tion for the Ladies. THE MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE, B.C.
BLANKETS.-white and grey-Pure Wool
This is the 3rd shipment this  season  diivct from "iif nl the best
eastern mills.      They are   noted   lor   iheir   soft   finish and lieing
pure wool.   Prices $2.25 to $9.00 per Pair
UNDERWEAR.-for Men. Women and Children
Warm ami   comfortable   Underwear   with a reputation lor good
wearing and guaranteed unshrinkable.
NEW   FURS:     Ail this season  Furs, and a lew very   nice  sets.
Dm-   Mink   Set.   $90.00. Persian   Lamb  Set.   $75.00. Isabella    Fox,   $<>5-<10
Isabella Fox Sei ai $35.00.      Marmot Sets from $12,00 to $25.00.
Seoarate Stoles, Mulls, Ktc.    Ladies Coats and Shins.
Millinery  arrives by  express  every   few  days,   keeping our stock new and bright.
REID  &  YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sevt ntj -st - '-ti thousand dollars
in re is required to complete the sanitarium for consumptives at. Tranquille.
Aboul 200,000 nu n are employed in
the construction of the Grand Trunk
I'acilic railway between Edmonton
and tbe I'm ific i'i ii-t.
Then -.%i11 I" a meeting Monday
night i.i rl "I tin- Vi.iuiL Conservative
Association at the Committee
It,"nn- Selkirk Hall on Second Street.
Tie   Provinc a! i I ivi mutant, in t m
cutive session t iday, decided that   the
reports oi the civil service and forestry
oommissioneis  shuuld   uot   be   mado
public until alter the election,
At the ciiy police court on Thursday .l.'bn Healy was sentenced to six
months at Kamloops saui for rolling
Dr. MoLean aud stealing his watch,
which he afterwards suid  to A. Cuwic.
An employee of tbe Mundy 1.umber
Co., named Moltby, was received into
the hospital here on Thursday Buffeting frum a crushed font, the injury being sustained wuile- wuikiug iu the
mill.
R, Gordon, Government Agent, has
asked permission of tbe public works
departmenl to rebuild the bridge over
Goldstreain in tbe Big Bend, and to
alter tiie site to a point which is considered more convenient for travel.
A c .-respondent of London Truth
suggests that tbe recent magnetic
ti _!, which put the telegraph liuej
out of business on two continents, fori
a while, was a message frum Mara try-!
ine to gel in touch with ihe earth.
I
BAKE HOUSE PRODUCTS
owing in the increasing demands of our BAKE
MOUSE PRODUCTS we have greatly improved tbe
quality nf our goods by procuring one of the best
linkers in Ilu- Province in the person of Mr. Y.
Boyle, (late nf Vancouver) who makes a specialty of
high class gui'ils, and in i rder to prove uur state
ments we invite our friends to try some ol our
Alniuiid and Cocoanut (lakes, Marguerites, Ivisscs,
Russian (lakes, Gorman Tarts, Cream Pull's, Bolls,
etc., also am' Fancy Goods to order, A TRIAL
til'DEl;   APPRECIATED,
HOBSON'S    BAKERY    AND    GROCERY
Your Insurance
Is  one ol   the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd*
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
John Bumfrey, an Englishman,
ranching on Oolumbia river, near
East Robson, acoidently shot himself
with a  rille.    He was   taken   to   the
Tbe Provincial Government have at
last put in hand the ferry over the
Columbia Kiver ac   Canoe   Kiver   on
the   trail   between   Revelstoke     and I Nelson hospital in a critical oonditi
Tete  Jaunt-  Cache.    N.   t. Edwards,  and operated  un.
W.    Andrews,   Gus    HedBtrom   and
others wiil  gu nurth to du the    wurk.
The annua! report o! the Dominion
Minister ol Public Works shows ao
expenditure"! {56.30 on account of
1' st Office and Custi ms Mouse build-
inea for Revelstoke. We presume
tbis covers thi cost ol preparing the
j'Uns f ir the work,
The   gun
penetrated the  lower   portion of   the
stomach, but the  man   will   pr babiy
recover.
The   Kailway    Commissioners   an
1 sitting iii Vanoouver.
Hiim-aii Ross bas a   four-mile  con-
tract upon the  (Irand Trunk I'acilic
h   up the Skeena river.
l'r. Bamson, lecturer on Dominioi
government annuities, will lecture in
Revi Istoke on Nuv   I
The Bull Hiver Falls P -wer it Light
c .iii) any IS buildiog at Kurt Steele an
will -upply light
md p wer to all tin t .vu- in i he
past i- untry Irom Michel to Moyie
and the connection ul tbe falls town
with .)affray by electric railway.
The Interir-r Publishing Cu., Ltd.,
have purchased thi most up-to date
M noline machine.- lur getting up tbe
_>j>e !- r tiie Mail-Herald. The usi
this michiue will enable us to enlarge
and mprove the Mail-Herald. 1 •
machine is now I it,.: installed in uur
print.' uui » ill be in operation
in a week's time.
Santos Dumont  hai   been   making
excelli ■ •   ci   -•''        ■ .    lighti
i aril ■ :' late w ii b a   i       mon
: ■•  *     • ■ liorse-p >wei   d
.   - '     motor, 1 bt   n -
I -    Jl;   ;   ut.'I-
i   ■ i  build
,i - ■        • binei   I     -'-ll for
an tit 11 'J.' ' each.
Wilbu    iVrij terouaiil    iay
Ih	
• ll   HI
Impt ring the i
I ici
!*-ri'   ' . -  tislit ur mol
that   ne,   bul    •        itel   type
-A    in    li..     ■    .
part win r.     ■ cj ...dei   gavt
now
i'-ike notice that   M inday night a
tbe Halloween entertainment   at the
'i  M.C.A     C ime and see things.
tusics - a'    the   mysterj
social Mi i,,i.i.     -__  i  ,-  tbe i M.C A
•' iroe  tnd bear tl
A.  Ha«lan-.
succeed K   .1.   Skinner   a>-
timber .- -  ■       -   -•    '. ,, ,-   . ,,       \
■     -   . '■ ■ t Ol
n
■   -     .   .
»t Revi re-indor
sed II i.   T   i,,    r, Minister of Pub
r   ''•   :_ -    '- te. al   the
home as the entire  aphi ■
was  becoming   more   restricted,  and
her    sympathies   and  activities   were
'■   li    ing. 'im Ci Itoown inin
il    te
An expl I eight boilers in  thi i 135,000      He  will
The Kamloops jail is to •■■ m
of a double banging in I it cen ber
next. A white man and an Indian,
will, on that occasion pay the pi nalty
ol the brutal murder of an Indian w i
man. committed Rt Quesnel - ime time
ago. The white man ii- named Robert
Walker, and William Chinley is the
Indian.
Statistics   indicate     tbat     withio
t wenty-five years I bt  m I  vot
ers In New  Zealai il   ■■■•
1 n eeventt en eh cl ir ites the women already enrolled oucnun
The Attorney-General  for   New  /ea-
land  speaking  last    wet k    said   that
■    keifl
BULBS
for House and Garden Culture
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Bews* Drug & Stationery Store
l   bsl   Br Company -
ttd    in   tbe 'leatb  of
:..    ■   ip     ■■'■     iin-   injury   of   four
• iy damage esiimated
,-'''-'"      I he  explosion   red
■ pile ol debri   i  d
shook - -■ - '    n   I   tbi    sit)    '   ■
bre i k    _      -      vindows
 arby building
l he S'anaim kl   i  thi
part)  it
■   - -    foremnsl   nhai
i.  ■   A   W   McLeod
Ihe mol
ed without
. ,   dtion,   Mr   T .1    -lieiii,,i,
■ :,»■   :' his m -i i rdenl supporters
when the i. u   Mr
- lie,,i.i, reaij ned from tbe pari      I
-   n i      ilm I..   11,,
-'ni il i iki n by Rt ■  McLei A   ind   bis
er-  m i be   Referent! i n
-,'irds the I. cal Option question,
The American Radium  [nsi itute   I
devoted t-  tho treal menl of oan u i  md
similar   diseases,     'I he    associ il
plan   to conquer canoer  through  tin
application  of  radium      Mupplios
pitchblende for  its   m inufa ture will
bt drawn   frum   < loloradti   and    tl hi ■
localities where the initial proceeBee ol
extracting the radium will l»   oondua
ii.i     It 1- planned to have „  factory
in New Vnrk  fur the  preparation  ol
tho radium.   The first hospital  where
-ancer patients are to be treated   will
be in -New Vork and   ii   ia considered
in bublo tbat another will  hu ostab
li.-lie.-il  possibly in Chicago.
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despatcher    il
inted aotii
,   be C. P. R. I    HI
■' uised by thi     - gnation
1    '    f irvis   wli      ,i-     .!.
it   '      i - -   m , , igei
imbi.  Iviei . •
I .   u-.|    this
ps with    .
1.,     lied
■    f.te Ml   will   li.
: ie  buily  mill be
 I   n thi      ni. tery bete,      I hi
  • ndet  their ijrrn
patliy to  Mr    Pi rks in   bis   nd
n ivi-iiieni
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
i  I  -   er  will  imi
Mi inlay ' i- Tuesday next
I "■    K Small is a oandidate fur
Mayoralty ol S'ew Westminster
v A.   Mm,.ly. of   I'll 1*6 \ .'11"      W.
till
ii" the city yesterd ij
am! Mn, lit lunnlnghniA A,,,,.
<|.ei-t,.,i hack  from  Kngland to
.' iti
,ii
.11 a i-
'Iny.
I h W .1. Curry, formerly ol Revel
-I ke ih now practicing at Prince Rupert.
Mi     I.    -.   I in, |o, m Iiii is nuw   11- nl
lllg al   Su, I ll   V.lln lei .   I"   nn    ,,    i i   il
to Kevelstoke,
s. li. Bowman, bead of theBowman
lumber organisational will arrive in
Revelstoke tomorrow.
W. S.   Drew ' j   has  I n  nppnlnled
wiilei eoninii —ii'iier fm ilu- province
unl will innve Inun Nelsun to Vic-
teu-ia.
Mr. (iallili.-r Is a candidate to sue-
ceeil lhe lute linn. Thomas Greenway
as a ini-inhei' iif the Dominion Railway
Commission.
The annual Shirtwaist dance under
lhe auspices of Mt. McKenzie Hive,
L.O. T. M , will be held on Nov. lUlh.
I'he baud will ha In attendance.
Dr. It Elliutt if Wlndemere has
moved to Harrison Hot Springs to
take the position held by his brother
Dr. Charles Elliott whu died recently.
Mr, Jones, who for the past two
months hae filled the position of manager for lhu wholesale branch of .1. Y.
Griffin & i'u. here, returned ihis'iuorn
ing lo his former position with lhe
company ai Edmonton.
.1. H. Woolsey, of Malakwa, lm« just
returned from a visit during the summer months to Victoria, where be was
the giiesl of his sun.j David   Woolsey.
.Mi-. Woolsey bas much Improved In
health during his sojourn on Van-
couver Island,
Mr. William Crooks, M.l', writing
nf his mooting with Sir Willrid Laurier, says: "Sir Wilfrid was
good enough tii'sparo ine nearly nn
hour ol his time, and I parted with
bim feeling a belter man for the inter
view. Ile is a man uf wide sympathies, wiib a charming manner, which
he owes lu the Kivueli hlnud in his
vcius. 1 asked him il it. was true that
be was guing In Sunlit Allien aa high
commissioner under the new constitution, 'Whose joke is tbat V be .-aid;
and it would bave dune any olio guild
tu bear bim laugh when be gave the
answer
roads east, i
(Ireeley  (
peiub'd  nn
One   mill
connecting
Puss mud  i-
One niile
I nm bia rive
with Colum
city.
-ek—$700 tn $800 ex-
md beyond ateul bridge.
( construction nn mad
new bridv-e with Eagle
st ul ('n uiiibin rivir.
.f construction nn Co-
west mail to ennect
ia river trallic bridge.
tin:  iirnh.
ridge over Lab'rule creek
stringer    bridge    with
bs piled wilh Htmie.
d bridges   on    trail re-
Replaoed
by   live-spat
piers and c
All damn.
paired.
Trails up
Mouth Creek   tn
the mica lields.
New bridge over Mica creek
Mica    Creek,   and   Hig
allow  ol accesB to
BUSINESS LOCALS
Call and i xnniillO eur new velvet,
squares.—C. II. Hume ,t Cu
Hyslou Crabs al 0. W. Hells. Leave
your order al once.    Only a few lefl.
A new Ini nl Bissell'a Lull Bearing
Carpel Sweepers at I!, li. Hume &
Co's.
Just unloaded n car nf winter applies.
Spys, Baldwins, Golden Russetls, etc,
nl (I. W. Hell's.
Fresh chocolates,only the nest kinds
bandied and in scaled boxes, at C. 1!
Macdouald'a,
Buy n Cncua Mat for the muddy
weather, choice selectinn at (J. B
Hume & Cu's.
For chapped hands and face get. a
hox of our choice face cream, 't will
cure them, at O. It. Macdonald's
llet a pair of electric insules, they
*ill keep yuur leet warm and are a
:ure f.r rheumatism, sold at C. R
Macdonald's.
PROVINCIAL WORKS.
The lollowing is the list of road
*nd trail work carried out in tbe
Kevelstoke Riding this season, as
ibtaineit Irom Mr. R Gordon, G iv-
irnment Agent:—
illuii   LAKE  Hi'Ali.
Upgrading of   steep    pinch    above
Beaton, quarter mile in length.
New pit-ce ol rosd from upper Sal
non Bridge,   extending    hall a mile
uu south side Salmon   River  to give
access to Iruit iiirms.
Hsll  OKBBK.
One mile of new road on Camborne
Beaton road, shortening distance and
jiving better grade; gtavelled and in
Irst class shape fur traffic
N'ew piece of road at Camp 5
uirth of Camborne
Bridge- nver Lexington, Bnyd and
Sable Creeks to replace those swept
mt by il 'ml.
ARROWHEAD
Extension    and     improvement   ol j
cemetery road,   $000 being  expended.
. ELSTOKE
Extension main south road to
Veltry's ranch.
Improvement    'i   grades   mi   road-
,ver bench south frum lllecillewaet.
W ider ing    n I    improvement     ol!
i • - ranch.
■: ' nt of Hun b'-r Bin i t anil
construction nf a mile   of   suburban
MetHOMBT—Rev. A. E, Helher-
iiigtun, B. A., B. I)., vice-principal of
the Columbian Methodist college at
Now Westminster, wiil supply for Rev
Mr, Hall on Sunday next at the Revelstoko Methndist chinch.
Rev. Mr. Hall goes to Golden on
Sunday to oonduot the anniversary
services in connection with the Methodist church there
Services will he held on Sunday as
usual, 11 a.m. and 7:80 p in. The
iermOQB will be preached by A E
Hrthcriugtun, B.A., Vice-Principal ol
Columbian College. Tbe Sunday
Sohool and Iliblu Class will meet at
2,30 p.in. Epworth League on Monday evening at H o'clock. Prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening at H
o'olook.
s-r. I'ktkiis (Anglican) ('. A. I'm
i-uiiier, rector, Twcut.y-!irsi Sunday
afler Trinity, .Services » follows:
s.i. in., Unly Communion, ll a.m.,
matins and Litany, 7:110 p.m. Even-
.iiig.
Baptist Hev. W. P, Freeman,
Sunday services. Preaching ul 11
i m. nnd 7:11b p.m. Sunday school and
Vuuiig .Men's Bible Class at 2:30. B. V.
I'. U, Monday, al s p, nt. Prayer
meeting Wednesday al M p.m. Sunday
oinrulngsubject, "Water.Made Wine."
livening BUbjcol ll ill-lllt'l) "The Mount
of Choosing,' In the series on Bible
Mountains. Special music'. All are
cordially invited lu theBo service.*.
ONION THANKSGIVING SERVICE
The Ut imi Thanksgiving service in
St. John's church on Monday morning was not largely attended, Sn
many iillraciiuna elsewhere hive the
tendency to lead the people to forget
the very purpose fnr which the day
bas been set apart by mir Dominion
Parliament. Were it not that the
different churches pay special atten
tion to the event on the Sunday either
preceding ur lollowing, very lew
would have the opportunity of
joining with others in   Thanksgiving
After Supper Sale
No. 6
FOR SALE
POUR ACRES—Ground all clear
ed, fenced and in crop; land on
either side; city water and light up
tn property. Sui'nhle for orchard,
strawberry growing, poultry" ranch
or factory site A-ea 10 x 4 cbains.
Price J800.    App'y tn
H. 8MYTHE.
LAND FOR SALE
Seven iuul a half (71.1 acres of gnnd
laud at Malakwa,  B.C.   Tortus cash
$390, l-'ive acres of gond fruit land
and 7.^ acres lirst.class vegetable land.
One hundred fruit trees: balance of
land easily cleared.
Apply for particulars to
J. II.  YVOOLSBY,
Malakwa,.B. C
ISTOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thai Roderick William
Lindsay, of Ferguson, B.('.,occup,ilinn
merchant, intends tn apply I'm- permission to purchase tne following
described land;
Commencing at a post planted on
eust boundary line of Lot 7805 about
10 chains north of smith-east corner of
said lol, lbeuce east -_iu chains, I hence
north 20 chains, lhei.ee west 20 chains,
thence soulh 20 chuins lo point of
co ni inducement,
Dated Oct. Ith, 1001).
AhBXANDEit Mi Kay,
oc 30 \gent for It. W. Lindsay.
WE -ARE READY AGAIN with a lot of money
savers for our Saturday night shoppers. Our customers are looking for these regular "AFTER SUPPER
SALES" and they will not be disappointed in this one.
You will hnd values in many of them less than wholesale prices. Get here early and get your choice, for of
course in some lines the quantities are limited. The
sale starts at 7 p.m. and lasts until closing. You cannot buy at these prices at any other time.
Embroidery Silks
Uvervono Is now beginning nn fancy work  for
Ohiislinas  anil Embroidery Silks nre in big ,1,..
iiiiiiiii.     We an- closing
out our line of Oorticelii
and   Bt-alnerd and Armstrong   Kilo and Mobs
Regular   price  801,   per
dozen, After Supper Sale
price only	
2 5c   piir dozen
Ladies' Vests
Ladies' Balbriggan Vests
Three Dozen only, only
short sleeve's, a llrsl-class
article,    at   (lue.       After
•Supper Sain Priee	
25 cent* each
Heavy Underwear
For   Ladles—jVesta   and
Drawers   all  sizes	
25 cents each
Tinted Novelties
I'm' Embroidering.   We
haven loi of those pretty
articles that have been
so   popular.     These nre
(Hove and -Handkerchief
Oases,   Pholo    Kraraes,
Scatcliers, Calendar I'ml -
Cen tae   pieces   in ivhjte
and   colored,  ulii.    Ynu
bave an opportunity-now
to    gut    materials   for
Xmas   presents   al   less
lban  yuu   will  again us
Ihese will all sell at
Half-Pricc
Flannelette
\    great     many     have
askek   us   to re-peat our
Flannelette   brrgaln, so
here   goes    for   tonight
only,   plain    colors   aud
stripes,   not   more than
Twelve yards to one customer      Aftei'   Supper
Sale Price	
3 yards for 25c
Tn^Ugnncuix
I You Don't Have To
~ Go outside of Revelstoke to make
four Real Estate Investments.
The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd.
have the best bargains in the City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents
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Good Groceries
A General Supply ni  the  Best Groceries
on   hand      All   Orders   Promptly
Pilled   and  Attended to.
Mountain Supply Company.Limited
.J L
This does not mean Skidoo" as I am
here to stay, but my Telephone Number.
Ring me up, and your Orders will receive
Prompt Attention,
(1. W. J\ E L L
Grocer and Provision Merchant
FUR   SETS
FOR  LADIES AND CtHLDREN
A choice assortment of Ladies and Children's Fashionahle Furs at reasonable
prices. Come in and look them over and
get first choice.      Only  a   limited  stock.
MRS.  A.   O.  CRICK
First   Stroot      .      Opposite   Windsor   Hotel
TALES FROM THE GOLDEN WEST
GEE!
But You Can
Make Things Shine
With
ROYAL CROWN CLEANSER:
Made Ri^ht in British Columbia:
So it's Got to Be Good!
3 Big Cans for Only Two-Bits:
A Coupon On Every Can:
It Brightens the Dark Side!

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