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" Empire" Typewriter
Km' e se ul operation and perfi-i-ii ,11
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Iitterior Publishing Co.,    ■   Agents
The Mail
Vol. 14.-No  81
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 28- 1908
DRY FIRE WOOD
Special Price? on
Five Cord Lois
B. PAGET, I McKenzie Ave
TELEPHONE   71
$2.50 Per Year
C. B. Hume & Co..llu
Storjs at Air'V-v-...ad and Revelstoke.
$,ary
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FRIDAY
BARGAINS
ioo Men's Twentieth Century Suits, good,
serviceable, well made Suits. Better not wait any
longer. Come and take advantage of this Big
Bargain. You need a Suit, so if price will create
a sale you can have
$18 Suits at $12
$20 Suits at $14
$23.50 " at $15
And a Few Going at $10
i .10 Pieces of Ladies' Underwear, nice,
warm, comfortable goods, mostly drawers. They
are all New Season's goods—75c. to $1.00 values.
Friday—50 Cents
DINNER SETS
Your choice is good again this Friday to
get a Bargain in a Dinner Sett. See the Big
Corner Window.
C. B. HUME  & CO.,  LIMITED
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
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WINTER SUPPLIES
all
off
HKATINi.   .UVES    We   only   carry  the   be»t_ of
make*, every one guaranteed to give satisfaction.
OIL HKATKKS—hint the thing to  take the chill
the room.
ASH SIFTERS that are Conl Savers, Fire Shovels, Mica,
Pokers,
UORSEi BLANKETS— We have  a   large  and   well  assorted  stock.    Can   give   lumber   camps  wholesale
rules liy the dozen.
BLACK ANU UKEY ROBES—Get   one early, ns last
year we sold out 111 the lirst cold snap.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
TINSMITHINQ PLUMBING        ELECTRIC WORK
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up - 4,990,000.00
Reserve Fund      - - 4,990,000.00
Hranebes ur Agent, nl ull principal points in Canada,
Aoenls In Great Britain nnd United sini.-a -Londou, England,
Lloyd's! Hank. Lid.    I'liieiigo    IPIrit National Hunk, Coin Kxehnnge
National Hank.
Wells Fargo, Ni
ill Hank.
ago
Seat ile   Seattle national Hunk,   SanFranolsao
vndii National liank,   Hpokuue    '{xcliniiga Niition-
Savlngs Bank Department
Deposit* uf $1 ami upward, received, ami Interest credited four
times il year.   Special attention given to mil uf-linvn account*-.
Revelstoke Branoh, B.C.—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr
Ladies' and Children's Wear
See Them belore buying Elsewhere        They Cannot be Best lor Value
LADIES «
CHILDREN'S
Coats, Furs, Blouses
Bear  Skin  Coats,
nnil
Schooi  Dresses,
Underwear
(.(titers, Slioes, Rubbers
White   Bwinidown    By   Tho   Yard
<t
MISS
Opposite
A.
Climax
MASLEN
Hulel, First Struct.
"MER
GOVERNMENT
Liberals Returned to Power By
Decreased Majority.-Startling Results on the Coast.--
Provincial Returns List.
The Liberal administration is returned to power in the Dominion of
Canada by a majority which will
probably ligure al 54 nr a little more.
At the election of 1904 the results
were: Libi rale, 138; Conservatives,
73, giving a Liberal inaj irily of 65,
which was considerably augmented at
a later date by gains in the by-elections.
Tbis majority of 65 in a House of
214 members is now reduced to one ol
54 in a House of 224 members.
The return of the Conservative
leader, R. L. Burden, in both Caileton
and Halifax. O. E. Foster and the
majority of tbe strong men of the
party are also returned. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier is elected for Ottawa City and
for Quebec east also. His entire cabinet is sent back to Ottawa by the
electorate with tbe exception of Hon.
Mr. Templeman, Gaspe being considered sale for   Mr.  Lemieux.
In British Columbia, the Conservative party has won triumphs in
Vancouver. Victoria aud New Westminster.
The returns by provinces as far as
cau be ascertained at present are as
follows:
Lib.
New  Brunswick     11
Nova Scotia     13
Quebec     49
Ontario
Manisoba	
Saskatchewan	
Alberta	
British Columbia	
Priuce Edward Island.
39
3
6
4
1
3
Con.
2
5
12
45
7
3
2
3
1
Total..     129     80
The results at Vancouver show
surprising features, the following
being the totals:
Cowau 4,540
Mclnnes 3,016
Martin  2,054
Kingsley 1,132
Votes polled 10,742
George H. Cowan wat elected over
Mr. W. B. Mclnnes by a plurality ol
1,524 votes, with two polls yet to hear
from. Joseph Martin loses bis deposit, since he failed to poll half the
winning candidate's vote. Mr. Kings-
ley ii in the same category.
The results ol the other B. C. points
are:
Ralph Smith (lib.) lor Namaiino
secured a majority ol 250.
J. D. Taylor (con), for New Westminster, 817.
W. Templeman (lib.) for Victoria
was defeated by O. H. Barnard by 5
majority.
Interesting developments are looked
for in Kootenay, Yule Cariboo and
Comox-Atliii, where polling results
i i those points will be made known
next month.
A call will doubtless issue within a
li'sv days for a session of parliament at
Ottawa which will iisse nble Wednesday, ,l,iunary 0, Tbe lirst sitting of
ihe House of Commons will be di-
voled to the choice of a speaker and
the for .mi I opening will take place
the following afternoon, January 7th.
LOCAL  SITUATION
Although there was no public
demonstration of any sort, the feeling
of excitement throughout the city
was particularly evident. Large crowds
gathered ou Monday afternoon at the
Conservative nud Liberal committee
rooms where operator.-on special wires
were receiving returns from all points
as they came in. As returns wcro announced Ihe respeclive supporters ul
Orits and Tories, besides a spiinkling
ul Socialists, gave vent to cheers or
otherwise as their men were leading
ur dropping behind. Towards midnight
when tbe dual clicks Irom the operators showed that tbe returns were all
in and the announcement made ol
the results of the polling, excitement
ran very high and the Orit supporters
lustily cheered tbeir leader at the
same time throwing harmless jokes
and mild sarcasms at their Tory
friends. Ill (eeling was conspicuous
by its absence and all through tho
campaign Kevelstoke as a whole observed a decorum which ii remarkable,
This may change on Nov. 12th, polling day here, and thore ii bound to be
more or less excitement. Smith Curtis, Kootenay, liberal candidate, anil
\V. Davidson, Koolcnay, Socialist, and
V J. Deane Htldrossed a good audience
in the opera house on the political
Lnues ol thi day, the speakers each
giving their views on the great t'lies-
tions before the country.
THE LATEST
TELEGRAMS
Templeman May Retire—Minto
Cup Challengers—Fatal Accident—Solid Seats—Gambling Restrictions.
. OTTAW i Out., Oot. 28—It is within
the bound if possibility tbat the de
feat ol li ,i. W. Templeman in Victoria will result in the retirement of
that gentleman from public life, and
tbe leadership of I'acillc coast Liberals
devolve upon Ralph Smith or William
Sloan.
New Wkstmixstkk, Oct." 28.—Twu
challenges for the Minto Cup have
beeu received by Manager C. A.Welsh,
having beon forwarded by Trustee P.
D. Ross of Ottawa. The clubs having
designs ou the Minto ware are the
Capitals uf Reginaaud the Tecumsehs
Dates lur the latter team will be set
towards the beginning ol May.
Toronto, Oct. 28 —John A McDer-
Ulott, a C P. R. brakeinaii, fc 1 under
the wheels of a freight train at Myrtle
yesterday aud had boih legs crushed.
A traiu uf twenty-six cars passed over
him. He is in the hospital here in a
criiicul condition.
Ottawa, Oct. 28—A survey of all
constituencies of tbe Dominion en the
eve of the contest showed beveu which
had returned none but Conservative
members since Confederation aud
seven others which have been represented throughout the same period by
Liberals.
Grand Forks,—Oct. 28.—The buard
uf police commsssioners oxpress their
disapproval of the presence in this
city of professional gamblers, nnd all
holders of retail liquor licenses in thiB
city will be responsible for the presence of professional gamblers on tbeir
premises; aud, further, that the commissioners will suspend the lioense of
any hotelkeeper who is found guilty of
permitting gambling on his premises.
Seattee, Oct. 28.—The body of
Hans Sued was at Nome yesterday
found in tbe ice and mud of the man's
hut, where it bad been lying for more
than a year. Sund was believed by
hii friends to have left for Seattle, but
a search uf his premises revealed bis
body. Heart failure is said to have
been the cause ol hie death.
IS
CIVIC VOTERS' LIST
Last Day  for  Application
Saturday, October 31
Are you entitled to a vote in Revelstoke? Are you on the civic voters
list. If you arc entitled to a vote snare uot already on the vorers' Hit, you
should make application at the city-
hall before the end of this month.
You need not be a property owner to
have a vote lor mayor nnd aldermen
If you are a British subject, have been
a resident of the city since the first of
January last, occupy a house or a por-
tion of a house within the city limits,
and have contributed directly .to the
city revenues during the year at least
the sum uf $2 other than water rates
and license fees lor dogs, you are entitled to a place in the voters'list,
provided you go to the city ollice
sometime during this mouth, and
make a statutory declaration to the
above effect. This slum Ul he done at
once. If you let the matter slide, you
may be sorry when voting day comes.
The list closes nt the city hull on
Saturday, October 31.
Dr. Sipprell Speaks to Men
The series of Sunday nltcruoon talk
fur men in the Ity. Y. M. C. A will he
opened next Sund y at 4 o'clock hy
Dr. ,1. W.Sipperell, B.A..D.D, Principal of Columbia College, New Westminster. The Doctor is a very interesting speaker. Every man is invited
to hear.
Liberal  Meeting
A full report ol the Liberal meeting
held last night in tho Opera House
and ol the addresses delivered by
Smith Curtis, Kootonay Liberal candidate, F. J. Deane of Nelson, and W.
Davidon,Kootenay Socialist candidate,
will be published in Saturday's issue.
Edison Parlor Theatre
The   lollowing   programme  will be
given Friday nnd Saturday nights:
1. Overture, W. Veith.
2. Messenger's Mistake,comio.
3. Lady   Bairhter,   a     laughable
comedy.
4. Illustrated song, Mrs. Chambers
5. I*'unci nl ol tho late King of Portugal, nu impressive picture.
(I.   Stage Memories, tho romance ol
a trunk.
S.S. WORKERS
CONVENTION
Opening Session — Important
Addresses on Sunday School
Work-Large Attendance of
Provincial Delegates.
The opening Bussion uf the convention of Sunday Schools of Euslern
Biitish Columbia took plaoe last evui-
ing ill the Methodist Church. In
■pitc of the political maeting in the
opera house, and other attractions,
the convenli ui was well attended nnd
those who did mi had the pleasure ul
listening lo one of the most pleasing
and convincing speakers that Revelstoke has heard for a.une time, in the
pcrsin of Mr.W. C. Pearce, of Chi lago.
Mr. Jos. Patrick, of Nelson, (brother
of Mr. L. Patrick of this city,) president of the Association occupied the
chair. After the opening exercises, by
Rev. W. A. Gilford of New Denver and
Rev. W. P. Freeman of thia city, the
choir, uuder the leadership of Mists
Creighton, sang an anthem which was
much appreciated.
An address of welcome to the visiting delegates nnd speakers, on behalf
of the city, was given by Mayor Lindmark. He extended to the delegates
the freedom of the city nnd in the
course ol hia re narks, His Worship
took occasiou to point out the slow
manner in which the west was grappling with seme of the problems confronting it and laid especial emphasis
ou the necessity of looking after the
boys and giils who are roaming the
streets at all hours.
Rev.  VV.  P. Freeman extended a
welcome on behalf ol the churches.
'Ie called it a spiritual welcome to the
homes of the people f Revelstoke.
Spiritual, because of the fact Unit
true hospitality bespoke spirituality.
He asked also th it tbey work as indi-
v duals with a unity of spirit.
Mr. F. W. Laing welcomed them ou
behalf uf the Minday Schcol workers
of Revelstuke, as co workers in the
great work in which they were engaged. Mr. Laing, em-aging in a lew
reminiscences, pointed out the growth
the Sunday School tni.es in a community.
Before Mr. J. Patrick responded on
behalf ol the delegates, Mrs. Dent
rendered a solo, and the audience
showed its appreciation by the heaity
applause given, Mr. Patrick tb inked
the local workers and speakers for
tbeir cordial wurds of welcome and for
the welcome itself. Amongst other
things, the speaker remarked un the
work ul tire Sunday School frum tbe
cradle up to young manhood and
womanhood, and the fact that the
Sunday Schools were providing 95 per
cent ol Christian workers for ministry,
missionaries, Y.M.C.A. work, etc.
W. C. Pearce, Superintendent of the
Adult Department of the I.S.S.A.,
took ns his theme, "The World's i
Greatest Syndioaio." The lesson com-.
mittee of this syndicate i cuinposed ol,
lilteen men, carefully toleoted frum
Canada and the United State, who
prepare the Icbsoub to he studied by
2(i,(HKl.(ln(l ioi olars and teaclu rs. Tbe
motto nl the I B.8.A. is to "Carry the
open Bible tu the last man, woman or
child by the biiml ol a living, enmpe-
teni teacher." Mr. Peurcc spoke of
the organisation ol this syndicate—uf
its plan for a world's convention to be
hunl in Washington, D.C., iu 1911),
nud for an International convention
in Sun Francisco in 1910. He spoke
of huw the work uf these larger organisations was lightened hy the different
provlnolal and district organisation!,
The nature ol the work is inter-do-
noiiiinational. Three great, factum in
building up Sunday Bobooli arc—Co
operation,   Kducatinn   and  Kvang.ili-
ration,
Rev. It. Newton Powell ol Nelson,
and W. C. Puaroe will apeak this
evening.
This morning's session Ciimmenced
with a devolional half hour in the
Methodist Church, conducted hy Rev.
T. W. Hall. At the close ol the service the roll call ol districts took place
followed hy written report! Irum presidents. Thu following districts answered :
Fernie—W. F. Muirhead.
Cranbrook—V . G. Patmoro.
Hbioiiii—Kev. A. Konmuro.
Trail Creek—Howard Ferguson,
Boundary—Kev  F, J. Rutherford.
Revelstoke—A. K. Miller.
Okanagan—l. J. Wallace.
This morning was taken up with
addresses by Kev. J. R. Robertson on
tho "Relation ol tbe Pastor to the
Sunday School,'1 and by .1 J. Wallace
on "The   Importance of  Correot Hoc-
Hunters'
Supplies
Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition, Good Hunting
Knives, Axes, Fishing
Tackle and other sporting goods.
RANGES   AND   HEATERS
We ore showing* tho bast line of Heaters, Ranges, etc., thut
has been seen in Revelstoke and our Increasing sales prove that
we have the right goods and prices.
Our PluuihluK department is up-to-date nnd we are doing
the best jyoi !,   lut i., ,l.,ne in the Oity.
Bouit. ne  Bros.
GROCERIES       HARDWARE     HARNESS     PLUMBING
■^       PRESCRIPTION
dtp/
Buy at right
^ Place
^■/Ta
Dr. Horse sense has prescribed for you one.
new Overcoat and one New Suit, to be put on
morning and evening. He has told you to buy
at the right place. That is just the same as
saying to buy your clothes}rom us. Our store
has become the RIGHT PLACti, because in
our store we treat people right. We remember
you are healthy and have many clothes to buy
years to come, therefere we sell you clothes so
good that you challenge anyone to show you
that you not gotten good value for your money
whan you buy clothes from us.
A New Overcoat will cost you from $15 to
$25 and it will be a good overcoat.
One good new Suit will cost vou frtm Sis
to $35.
We sell you a $15 Suit of Clothe* fW $15,
We make a profit.
McKinnon CS. Sutherland
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
ESTABLISHED  1867
b. e. walker, Pr__ui.ni       Paid-up Capital.$l 0.000.000
alex. i.AiRD.Gen.MK.       Reserve Fund,   -  5,000.000
Branches throui;lioul Canada, antl in United States and England
Savings   Bank   Department
Deposits 1 if II ami upward! arc received and interest
allowed at OUrrenl rate-, and i- paid four litnus a year. Accounts
may lie opened in the names of two ur more persons, withdrawals to he made liy any one of the number or liy the survivor.
REVELSTOKE BRANCH-A.  H.   ALLEN,  MOR.
M
oney
loL
oan
At 8 Per Gent.
"SIBBALD   AND   FIELD
INSI. KAN'l'E
NO 1 ARIES PL'RLIC
LOANS
Coutiuuoil uu l's«o four,
Ra/.iirs,  Carbo  Magndic, Gillette's
Salety and  other   makes   at  Bourne
rui.
To Kent—Large modern rrsidenoa
In desirable location, $30 per month,
Apply Revelstoke General Agenciee, Zbc _TDai(-1bcralb.
PUBL18RKI)  Wl'.IiNKSHAY AND SATURDAY AT
IREVKLtTOKE, B.C
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVRLSTOKE, B. 0.
.MURPHY & FISlll'.R
Barristers, Solicitous,   Et<
O T T A W A
Parliamentai \,    Departmental
and Patent Office Agents
Practice befcre Railway
Commission.
Chas. Mi'kfhy.
Haroiji Fisher
G
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ILLAN t- ELLIOTT
SoU-i-or., eto.,
BEVELSTOKE AMD TROUT I.AKK II I'.
1. (ilLLtS J.    1, ELLIOTT
ARVEV, MCCARTER
AND Pi
.HAM,
IlARHISrFRK, SOLICITORS, MIC.
tlrrlCM :     IwrtKUL   Hank lthVKi.
STUKK,  11. ('.
Mono)' to loan.
Offices! llevelatoke, 11 C,    (Jranbrook, H  I'.
'J SO. S, Mcl'AKTKH,
*..   M.   l'INKHAM, J. A.   HAHVKY,
Kevelsloke, B   ('        I'riinbruuk, 11.    .
iS
J. M. Soott l.L W. I. HriKKis.
Con   i-   BRIGG8
Barristers, Solicitors, Ei
M'inky To Loan
S ILICIT0RS   KUU  MOLSOf"   ClANI,
Banff Hard Coal
Wc are now receiving a full supply of ihe
different sizes of this Coal, the best domestic fuel on the market.
.*\11 orders will be promptly and satisfactorily attended to.
Try some BRIQUETTES in your Range or
Open Grate.
Firs-I Street.
Reve ■ ,'ke, B i
|)(J|(KRT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Bui veynr
Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, Revelstoke
Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
Molsons Bank Building.
M
ISS M. E. CREIGHTON
I'ei tilieaied Teacher of
Piano. Vocal Theory.
Musical Kindergarten
Cla.-ses lor young children.
Studio uve
HEWS' DRUG STORE
Black
Watch
Chewing Tobacco
Rich and satisfying.
The big black plug.
0208
V
Zbc flfcaiUlbevalb
pcapoii prevents the work from
being pushed ahead. The fact of
the plan? nf the whole structure
not being completed should not
slnnd in tlie way of the commencement of preliminaries and the
government could very well place
their men in the field t>o that no
more valuable time be lost. In
voicing the sentiment of the Revelstoke people in this mutter we
would point out to the government
that nn early start wi'h the bridge
before the winter sets in will
reassure the public and facilitate
the completion uf the work hy next
spring.
Tbere ll n much bad iu tho bent of us.
And ne much good in the worst uf ns.
That it hardly behooves any of us.
To talk abont the rest of us.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1908
MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT
In reviewing the financial outlook in the West the Monetary
Timer states that throughout the
Dominion as a whole, and especially iu the \Vcst,the municipalities
are planning civic improvements;
the school authorities are building
new monuments to Minerva and
development generally is about to
take on a new gait. Edmonton is
issuing debentures in connection
with it? street railway, much steel
of which has already been laid.
Alberta's capital, ton, intends to
add another school to its list.
Medicine Hat will place waterwork
debentures upon the market and
Brandon may also have an issue to
offer iu the near future. Reveletoke
has entered upon municipal improvements this year on a large
scale, its debenture issues being
readily taken up. The financial
houses in many cases have spoken
for these issues. The West ie there-
fore pleased. Instead of seeking
they have been sought. It would
he well f,,r mudicipal authorities
generally to see that this happy
state of affairs continues. It help-
to make the monetary wheels revolve- the more smooth! v.
HOW TU VOTE
Anyone who had a vote at the
last Provincial election and is still
a resident uf ibis riding will have
a vote at ihe coming Dominion
election mi Nov. 12. The fact that
a man njn\ luive tinned from one
part of a riding to another does
not affect his vote, except that he
must vote at the polling subdivision in which his name is on the
list. If a man has moved from
the riding he has no vote, even if
his name ie still on the list where
he moved from. Men who may
have been temporarily absent from
a riding are entitled to vote, so long
as the actual place of residence has
not been changed. The term "continuous residence," in the oath,
sometimes administered, does not
mean actual living residence, but
means that a man. though he may
have been otu ol the riding lor a
time on business or otherwise, has
continuously had  his   home   there.
T.
MET FATE IN ROCKIES
Cincinnati   Belle   to   Wed
Douglas of Banff
A despatch from Cincinnati, Ohio,
says: "The announcement of the engagement of Miss Marjurie Lawsi n,
daughter of William Lawson, and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lin H, Lawson, interests a wide circle
Miss Lawson, who was one nf last season's most al tractive debutante'., spent
the anmnier in the Canadian Rookies
with her aunt ami uncle, Mr. and Mrs
Dwigbt Wilcox. ..' ""V-i-hington, DC ,
and there met h. I i» in the person
of Mr. Thoiua- Unigl-i., of Banff,
whose father lm- I, K„ interests in the
Canadian North U e.-t.
Will Double-track to Rockies.
WINNIPEG, Oct. 23.— Two important
railway annoiiceiiients were made this
morning. The Grand Trunk I'ucific
will construct a second main line
across the three prairie provinces of
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta.
It is announced also that a poilion
of the fifty million dollars which is to
be raised by the Canadiau Pacific, ii
to he used in continuing the double
tracking of tlieir maiu line from tbig
city wegt to the Rockies, to be better
able to meet the future G. T. P. competition in the grain fields.
HEAVY LOG SHIPMENTS.
Mill Owners Laying In Supply
Before Embargo.
liKi.i.iMui i.m, Wash, Ocl 27—As
no lugs can le brought from British
Columbia to the United Slates after
Octoher 31st, with the exception of
those cut on crown lands granted prior
to 1887, the mill companies in this
'ity are now buying henvily and the
legs arc being rushed to this aide of
the Ine. At present lhe duty nn logs
brought from British Columbia is but
fifty cents per thousand, and in order
to get their winter supply the mill
have purchased several hundred thous-
ond feet ol the best lugs. A large fleet
of I ue boats is busy towing them to
this side   f the line.
After the embargo coe* into effenl
ai'imi Inn herineii predict a sh up r,.ii"'
in ihe p'icc of lugs,
THE MEN MO MOW
THE SUPERIOR   _-...   xx ,
QUALITIES  OF \£*X .->---•-->,
?_f**«<    v^»5SJiN
'oh imi©
suckers, suns
AND HATS
are the men who have
put them to the hard-
est tests in the rough-
list weather.
Get the original
Towers Fish "Brand
made since 1036
urjicc ncr fan ria ash/mo
co t.,.»,rf_.To.c«jT„ _i.it
WHEN BUYING JEWELRY
J|| reputation is n pntenl f'o'i'i' t.i be cm.
lm -ideietl its it is synonymous w ir tt the
^JLj-I quality, merit and prces of the no .ds
sold. Ii yuu deal at Hastings, l),,yle A
A Hum's you will kin w you will li
tie iled fairly, no aiur how yon may
be lacking in technical knowledge ol the
value and quality of jowels nf any Piml
We keep only the best and choicest
Where Hold is used it is marked with tin
carat; s'anip, witb silver it is gterlinir, in
gems and precious stones their quality is
fully guaranteed.
copyBig'
Hastings, Doyle & Allum, Limited
A New Carpet
fiom our elu'iee and handsome
stuck ol Axmiiit-tisr, Wiltons, etc.,
will Rivp ymi both plea-ure and
siiisfaetio i when yon see the rich
and lieaii ifnl i ffeots ol the oolors
mul patterns and the durability
nl tlie faluics Our carpets are
ii ade by the bt-t manufactures,
and ate made to wear well, as well
as tu I ok well.
II. HOWSON fr CO.'Y.
DELAY IS DANGEROUS
It ir now some time since the
Revelatoko people had the at-.-ur-
nr.i '• from the government through
our member, Mr. Thomas Taylor,
that a trallic bridge would he built
across the Columbia river at this
point, and up till now nothing
further has been dull* although we
understand that the plana are
being prepared at Victoria. We
would remind the government that
the winter i- fast approaching and
that unless work is actually commenced at once and the preliminaries entered upon, it will be
impossible to complete the structure
next s-priiig. So far not a stone
has been turned or a stick cut fur
tiie false work of the bridge, and as
the preliminaries of an undertaking such as this are uf necessity nf
considerable magnitude, we would
urge upon the government the
necessity of making n beginning
at once, before the lateness ol  the
BEAR HUNTING
Revelstoke   the  Centre of Big
Game Shooting
Bear hunters who have met with
disappointing experiences, should try
again under circumstances which
guarantee them a "sure thing." The
majority ol sportsmen who go to British Columbia lor bear, time their visits
for the fall. This is a mistake; the
spring is the time and the manager ol
the Hotel Revelstoke, Revelstoke. B.
C, says that if sportsmen will arrange
tlieir trips for the early part of the
year aud communicate with him he
will give  them   such   information as
will make it fairly certain fur one or
two bears to fall to every hunter. Tlie
Britisli   Columbia    bears   are   worth
having ami  fur those who can afford
the time ami the expense the trip
with thii line promise thrown in
should prove irresiitablo—It d and
i mn Magatine.
RAILWAY CRISIS
British Railway Men  Object to
Dismissal of Guards
LONDON, Oct. 2".—A new railway
crisis is imminent, '.wing tO what the
railway men consider the unjust inter
pretatlon ol the agreement made with
tbe companies   last, November.   It is
claimed that as lar as the men arc
concerned the agreement, in view ol
recent developments ia little better
than a farce. Thn Immediate cause of
trouble is the dismissal of 109 guards
of the Midland railway rli.ri.ii_; September,
Said a prominent   railroad man  Ibe
other day:    "I believe the dismissals
ol their men by the railway oompanlei
will euntiniie, and   that,   when all tba
arrangements for joint working ami
pooling trallics are oompleted the
companies will gradually dliponie
with 10 per cent of their staffs." Thin
is a pre I ty startling italemeiit.
Special offer of gentlemen's visiting
cards neatly printed, 50 for $1.25, and
100 for $1.75. Ladies' cards in newest
styles, 50 for $1,25 and 100 for $1.75
Linen finish cards are tha latest importations.
I.   O.   F-
( ourt M,,uui llettbie, Ni. . :i4_i, meets 2nd aud
llh Hot-Out iu Oddfellows Hall, ueit tu Onera
House. Waiting brethren cordial']1 invited to
attend.
JW. Oakland. C.B.
H  Vi. Bdwakds, r.s
C.   W.   O   W
Mountain  View Camp. No. 229
Meat.  Stvnn,!  and   Kiiurih  Wednesdays in
each month. In   Selkirk  Hall.    Visi   ii    Wot Kiln,'11 cordially Invited to attend.
W. 11. AltALSTllONG. Con. Com.
J   MilNTYItK.  Clerk
REVELSTOKE AERIE N,,. lit
F. O. E.
Th . f-nmlar -nee_.it_.fs are held in tht) Selkirk
Hall  every  T-_*_«*._ay   e*e_.iDK    at    .    o'eloch
V". inn* lit* nth.*-- are enrdially in Tit-ad.
J    LE^LIK. Pbu.dknt
W. E. McLACCHLIN. Secret .kv.
Kootonay Lodge   No. Iff, A  r. _____ A. M
**^*      *f___T_l_. "* r'Wfn.Ur meet-
•*_T
"^ Ml are held id th"
Wi UlSOKIl TKM-'I-K
91 Oddfellow* Hall, on
JVa .   : third Id'inday in
noon t.i
Visiting href ■
Qord.a.__j   *s,.
I. A.  PKm  I'V-KI.   F-KJR-BTABT.
SELKIRK LODGE Na  12, I O. O. F.
IfMt    »vr>rv Th-U
daj molng   I,   Be
kirk"   H...    ,•■-,.       ., .
. : "It-inir  hrethren  nre
■it tend.
1 VS    MAT II IK   11
cordially in mini b
n.  H    kSIGHT. N i.
PALACE
RESTAURANT
A. H. SING, Proprietor
Board by week   -   S5.0O
Single   meals 25 c.
McKenzie   Avenue
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manurnct.irod for       class"-. «-r buildings
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
fur salr. iu largo or small ijiiaiititias
at the lowest iiricn*. Tor fash.
All kind., of t.ui.iliiii. ami idaslcrlug
undertaken.
A. PRADOLINI, • REVELSTOKE
To Trappers
Raw Purs   oughi.
•Jash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE     HEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELSTOKE   _B. O-
r%^%^%%*%%%^%%s%^%%^%^%^v%% %-%-_.-_-%-_. V"i
f   P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. '■
i HKAD OKK-OK :   CaLOAHV.   Albi-hta.
i Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants
• Purk Packers nnil Dealers in Live Stuck,   M irkels ill all the pilncl
# pal Cities and Tuwns of Allieitu, British (Jul.nn'ili mul llie Yukon,
d Puckers i.f ihe Oelebrnteil Rnui'l " Iiii|i"i"nt i" Hums uml Bacon,
\ mil "Shamrock" Brand L-nl' Linl. >
^'V%^^^%.%^%^^_^.'%^^V%^%%■%-%-.%  -_.-%^%-%^V%   _--j
FLACF. YOUR ORDI.KS WITH
McMAHON,   - FIRST STREET
For Agricultural Implements. Carriage., Wagons Ktr. , John
Deere Ploughs, Molina Wagous, rauada Carriage ('oiupa-iy's
Buggies, Phuet jr., Garden Seeders and Cultivators, Wheelwright and   Iltaoksmith   Work   attended   lo.    dors*    hoeiug h
Specially
Central Hotel
_£__«______ REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS
Newly built.      First-clans in every respect.    AH modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates SI.60 per Day. Special Weekly Rates.
Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under  same    management
Sale of Mineral Claims in Revelstoke Assessment District
I hereby give notice that on MONDAY, the SECOND DAY of NOVEMBER, A. I)., IlKS lie hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon, at llie Court House, Revelstoke, I shall offer for sale at publio auction the mineral claims
iu i li.- listt hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set nut, of which Crown Grants have lieen
issued, for all unpaid taxes accrued and due and payable on the 80th June, 1IKW, nnd foe the expenses of advertising
this nul ice.
If tbe taxes nnd expenses of advertising, as set out in said list are not paid to me on or lief ore the day of sale,
ilu- claims may li- sold to tins highest bidder, and a conveyance executed to the purchaser of all right and interest
iu said claims legally alienated by the Crown by the Orown Giants thereof.
In tlie event uf then" being no purchaser, or if the price offered shall not be sufficient to pay the taxes and
„, penned ,,f advertising, the land shall revert to the Piovince and the Crown Grants theieof shall be deemed void.
LIST  ABOVE  mentioned:
,-AMK  UK   I'KHS'l-     \s— K.-SKH
_.M Craig, -".McCarty,
• ...■ MpCui t ■.'
i,,,    11   |{, ".tu,,. i
John Brown, VV  (.
B.-V.Northey
rk. fl   ."ll
i
Cold Range lodge, K  of P.
No   26,   Rovelstoke, B  C,
M'";    .
flWh   111,,!,' h
Hull     .1
Mil/:.'- I
: ,       H"Nr   ..i
'     t.
I
i
II   ' DNNINQBAM MiiNHIs I    I
II    H    HKIH   K    K      .'Hi-
j   li  siiirr    ,
.tK.U.KOTKNDKH i'1'lti at. .. ths inder
.1    ncii*'!,   .m.l   *iinl,irs-id ''Tender for Public
iiuii.iiiiif, Vernon, B O.,   will be rot -,
..Mir,, ,,.' i I ,111 p.m. un Fri,lay, N,ivtisnlu>. 2fr(l,
1008. fur thn aonstrnfltloo of , P iblle Rnlldtnff
hi vernon,
Plan, uml apeelflORlloness t,i -inn ,tt„; f,,rm.
,if toi.tl .r uiititintKt at tiii. Depsrt-ient, and on
applleslfon toihn Postnuulerst Vernon
reriona ttitnlttrinir urn notified thst tenderi
will nut ini considered unleu on the pi led
fnrni inpplled, end tiifimsl wiiii their letnal
ilgnatnree.
Kniiii tmi'lnr inii-,1 lm aeeonnanied >>y an
neoepted n i,... j t,« ,,,, „ oharterH imnii. mndn
psrsble tn tlm nrilnr uf ilm nonnnrnble Un
Ufnlstornf Pnbllc Wurlt., n,|iml to ten pereent
' III it.n, i ul Ll,. amount Of thn ttiiulnr, whirl, will
bo forfeited if the pnrHtm ttneerlng decline to
nnl.nr  Into „ rsmilriu'l.  whnn nnllnil npon lo 00
■it,, ur if lm (nil tu oomplsfeo t.hn wurlt isiintriii-t.nH
tut     ll   thn   t.tiuflnr hn in,t ni-rn[il,n'l thn nhn.|iie
will hn rnturitnil.
Thn I in |,ii r tin nut,I,,n-, nut I, i I nl its-nil In aOCOpt
thn lowoil of iiny lender,
Hy tirtlnr.
NAI" TKHHIKII,
M   K   I
Angus M  Vi«
I  -: n,
I,   .SI. I
1.1,1
I    \ ,-«.,i ,1m,  el .tl
Metrnpoll i.i ni.. as. M.( uu if LardeauLd
\V. N. Hi ay tun
A. W. (ii.ty and T. It   lliivi-y
llu|/li Sutherland 	
Hns rnliir)..
usi.-,-, ...,,.' -,r I'nlilii' Wiirlui,
ni.inwH, Octonor 20th, i «,-■
Mmil h (lurtlfl   	
Dalphno M. A liev. On	
I in t nl ni Bevelstoke, II. C, Oot. 1Mb, im.
Oana linn Girl,
Arabian
Victoria IV
Belcher
Maple Ijeaf
fairviisw
Mammoth
Shamrock
Etobson
Mammoth No, 2
Ilillitlee
Chieftain
Illll'lll'HS
Silver Tip Nu. 2
Dundas
Portland
Eastern Kin«
Lil I In.I uu
Molly
Molly fraction
U'.n  Bogle
\..«   York
Boston
Chicago
Montreal
Sun Franciscti
l'',tiiviit\v
Metropolitan Praotlon
Chicago Ki'sictitiii
Katiiluiips
Triune
Enterprise
SilvtT Chief
KiiiulntipH |s'i art luu
Revenge
I X L
I X I. Ki act ion
t I'.lfiujii,
Athena
Duplex
(kipper King
Uin Four
Mn in-.1 h
Silver Tip
Corby
Mountain M
Meadow Queen
I,unu,i
IN OF CLAIM
UNPAID
TAXEH
_.
_•■_
m 0
TOTAL
Lot No. I7U5       Group 1
52 00
2 (10
51 00
27:«             •'    1
It". (Ml
2 00
07 00
2731              *'   1
115 00
2 00
07 00
2785             "   I
02 60
2 IKI
IH 50
27HH             "    1
46 (HI
2 00
47 00
27(17              "    1
U. 00
2 IK)
07 OO
27(18             "    1
20 00
2 00
22 00
27«l             "    1
(12 60
2 00
(14 50
6408           •*   1
HI 00
2 IK)
42 00
,*i8ll               "    1
17 IKI
2 IKI
II) no
.-■812              "    1
15 60
2 IKI
17 60
6845            "   1
4 0(1
2 IKI
II IK)
.Will              "    1
III 60
2 (KJ
12 50
6847           **   I
2(1 00
2 (K)
28 IM)
6848            "   I
15 50
2 00
17 50
'*      6866            "   1
81 no
2 IKI
xi mi
182(1              ••    I
180 OU
2 IM)
182 00
2728               -    1
In) 00
2 00
101 00
2727              "    1
* I4.'I 00
2 IMI
145 00
27211               "    1
III 50
2 IKI
18 50
2.WI               "    I
Kl 50
2 00
18 50
6826            ••   I
27 75
2 IMI
20 75
5112(1              ■'    I
Xi 75
2 IM)
,'li". 75
51127             "    I
2H 50
2 00
HO 50
5__8            "   1
28 26
2 00
25 25
6820            •'   1
.'III 00
2 0(1
41 00
6880            "   1
mi 00
2 (Kl
11 00
am          •■  i
4 50
2 00
0 50
5*«2              "    1
5 25
2 IM)
7 25
11152              ■"    1
17 50
2 00
10 60
6081            ■•   1
25 50
2 00
27 50
6682            ••   1
25 00
2 00
27 (M)
,VK(               ti    1
18 50
2 (Kl
20 50
6081            ••   l
II 00
2 00
5 IMI
6086            "   1
10 i-l
2 IM)
12 61)
4727           "   1
2.-. i*i(l
2 IN)
27 50
IIVIII               "    I
26 oo
2 00
27 (M)
1817               "    1
.-ai 00
2 IM)
II 00
481(1              "    |
:m oo
2 (M)
41 (M)
H082            ••   1
26 00
200
28 (K)
8886            ••   1
211 IK)
2 00
28 (Kl
"    8880       •■ i ;
_V> 60
2 (K)
27 50
8887            ■•   1   |
20 (Ki
2 (K)
28 IKI
.'(Kill                 ■•     J
211 (Kl
2 IM)
28 (Kl
6810            •■   1   !
2(1 (Kl
2 IM)
28 (Kl
8001            ■•   1   |
.*. 1 75
2 (Ml
__ 75
'.KITi               •■    I
211 00
2 (M)
25 (Ml
6407           "   1
66 (K)
2 IMI
57 (M)
HENRY$«-i
Pacific Coast Tested
Seeds, Acclimatized
Stock of Fruit and
Ornamental Trees
and Plants
rer the Ferm, Garden Uwn
or Conservatory
Reliable vnrioties a( reasonable prices, No borers, Scale
or fumigation lo damage stock.
No windy agents to annoy you.
Buy direct and get (rees and
seeds lhat ^row.
Fertilizers, Bee Supplies.Spray
Pumps, Spraying Material, Cul
Flowers, etc. Oldesl estab-i
lislietl nursery on the mainland
of B.C.   Catalogue free.
M. J. HENRY'S NURSERIES      I
Green Houses and Seed Houses
VANOOUVER, B. O.
^NURSERIES
CLIMAX
RESTAURANT
FIR. T STREET.
SHORT   0RDFRS SERVED
Meals, 25c.
MEAL TICKETS   -   $ 500
NOTICE.
_ E.Company, U.M. It., uIII drill every
Thursday evening until further notice.
By Oiiler.
oot2l80il If. SMITH, O.O.
THI IVAN* HOLD CORE INSTITUTE
Tho Kiiins Iiwtilule fur the cure of
the drink and dru-i 'mlills, established
in Winnipei! 14roars, and iu.Vanrauter
1 rear, with entire stucress. Nuw removed tti mure isoituttinlinns quarters at
HO Part llrive, Orainlview, comer of
Parker street.
Pnmiiet'lu!.,   leslimituiuls.   etc.,   sont
pnvnti.ly ou application.    Tha nunerln
tendeiit er     -       *
at an) time
indent er secretary may lie consulted
'houe II 41120.
ST. ANN'S  CONVENT
Boarding   Sohool   for    Girls
KAMLOOPS.   B. O.
Children of all Denominations ad.
united. Complete Preparatory Studies.
High School Course. Music:—Piano,
Instruments, For terms and other
particulars apply lo—Sistkr Sipkrior
OPENING    SEPT.    lot.     1908
Canadian Pacific
Atlantic Steamship
Line
SAWN (iS uS-i
From
Montreal
Quebec
Sat. Nov. 7 Lk. Manitoba
•Fri. " 13 Emp. Ireland Fri. Oct. 80
•Sat. "21 Lk.ChaniplainWed.Nov.4
•Special Christmas ships
Intermediate Season from Montreal
and Quebec
KMPRKSSKS—
1st. Class 2nd. Class jrd. Class
$90 00   $48 7s $28 75
LAKE MANITOBA-
IS! . Class 2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$72 50       $42 50       $27 50
Othkr Lake Boats—
2nd. Class 3rd. Class
$45 00       $27 50
Cheap rates to Atlantic Seaboard
points   in connection  with  steamship tickets.
Passengers honked to Norway,
Sweden, Antwerp, Hamburg and
all other contine  tnl ports.
Kor further information apply to
T.W. Bradshaw,    C.B.Foster.
Agent. A.ti.P.A.
Kevelstoke. Vancouver.
NewipsDen will nut. be paid for this sdrs-*.
ti..nitintit   If   |,hny   inter!  it   without iitittmrily
from tha 11,,1,,ii 1 ui<,,,i..
K.  BDWAKDS,
Deputy Assessor and Collector Kevelstoke Assessment District.
NOTICE
MINRRAIj claim
l»i. fc'1'?* ".■".""a'' *N APPLICATION
foe^the Bsue of a duplicate Certificate of Title
\?Jr°l ".J!7' """"I- V"*' Dlstriot of Kootenay.
i,t"!/'JH"u''0 M,ln<»'ttl (;l»'m (iixotiptln.au
UI_.'_-_S_, ene.well.li interest therein).
NOTICE IH HKKKBY (1IVKN that ft la my
Intention to laaue at the expiration of onri
month after tho llrat publication hereof a
Jupl'oat"of the Certifloate of Tltlo for lot
l<W. Oroup Ono, Uislriot of Kooteuay "Truo
future mineral claim (exoeptln_ianundlvld«l
oiiolwolfUi Interest therein) In the name of
1 liniiiim Downs, which Cortlflcate la dated tho
17thof  larch. It*.,uml mimoerod8M3c.
H. F, NACLKOIl.
Usd Pcglatry K tllce, Nel»"T& '^Mfn'
September lOih, IMS.
NOTICE
Kevelaioka l.auil lllalrlcl.
llislrict ol West Kootenay.
lake nolice that I, Norman T. MacLeod ol
11'thbri'lM, Alta.. occupation Ilroker, Intcr.da
to applv for permlMlOU 10 purrhaac the lollnw
'-if described lands:
Commencing at a |k*i plautetl al theaouih-
lor lie
Ins described lands:
OiimmenciiiK at a p
w__'._?5n",,<'' ,!:ot Wjtfli   loal'hin VaiiVv
about SU mlloa Weat ol the weat abore ol Ar-
Ml    	
row Lake and marked "N. T. Mao*" N W
Coracr," tbenee III obalna aouth, thence 90
che ns eait. thence In cbalna north, Ihence _u
Dai. "f"''.7»ra,ll,'n* " M""' """ "' '""'•
aepllllO'l
NORMAN T. MACI.KOU,
Sy John K, Taylor, hia aieut, ir
ME MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B C
Sask-alta
Steel
BROILING MEAT & TOASTING BREAD.
One way produces evenly broiled meat and
evenly toasted bread without taxing the
patience of the housewife. This way is represented by "Sask-alta" Range. The reason:
"Sask-alta" Range has an Automatic Lift Top
(Patented) in addition to regular
Broiler Door; and this team works
for the operator instead of making
her work.
stm
Another Wtp
The "Sask-alta"  Way
Another way produces
unevenly broiled meat and
unevenly toasted bread
and taxes the patience of
the housewife. This way
is represented by most
Ranges. The reason:
Some Ranges have "only"
a Broiler Door, others have
a contrivance like that
illustrated in top small
drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction
of tiring the arm that holds the broiler and
tiring the eye that directs the arm.
McClaiys
__*__->, Tereerte, Meat real, Wlimlpei.Von. ouver, St John, Hamilton, CaKary
FOR SALE BY
BOURNE BROS., Revelstoke.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
0".   -A__G_B__i3_RT     STOZCTIE     PROP.
DOMINION
ELECTIONS
W. Davidson, Kootenay Socialist Candidate, Explains Socialism to the Revelstoke
Electors.
A limited, but nevertheless intelligent audience attended st the opera
house on Monday night to hear W.
Davidson, Socialist candidate for
Kontensy, and other speakers, deliver
addresses on the   Socialism generally.
II. N. Coursier look the chair. Present un the   platform were \V. W. Le-
was only bluff by bn'li parties, who
would employ Orientals if they oould
gei Ilit.n cheaper than white men
Ho explained how the Socialist |nrty
offered a solution ol the trouble for
those out of work and puint. d out
thnt over production was the cause of
want aid Starvation. The winkers
only gut 25 per cent of what they produced aud consequently could not buy
the remaining 75 per cent, and thus
the "surplus could not be sold, the factories forced to shut down and the
men thrown out of employment which
was a serious thing especially lor
women and children. He said that
Socialism will gradually tiring nliunt a
reform and will solve the problem of
the   unemployed.     The  workerB will
».„_-___m.-....* I.
FIRST WINTER SNOW-A SCENE NEAR REVELSTOKE.
leaux and W. Davidson. The chairman nu calling the meeting
to crder explained that although
Socialism was opposed, its policy was
st lid and nut like tbat of other parties
which was merely slander The Socialists care little which party again
get into power as neither party Con-
ttervative or Liberal did much for the
working man. He reviewed the cost
of living today aud said that the people ol Canada were no better off during tbe past 12 yeare than they were
when the Tories were in power. He
relerred to tbe situation in England
ind showed bow thousands of people
today were in dire want, and explained
how the Socialists will bring about
better times for all. He pointed out
clearly how labor produced all wealth
and value and tbe workers should get
this wealth as tbe equivalent lor their
work The Socialists aimed to con-
trol wealth production tor all and it
was the people who ahould own things
Queens Jfotel
COMAPLIX
Best brands ol Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Travellers to
Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation at this
Motel
CHIEF   YOUNG, - - Proprietor
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Morning Slar, Eastern Slar, Grand
View, Flora Bell ami Eureka mineral
claims situate, in the Revelstoke Mining
Division of West Kootenai Dislrict. Located on lhe Norlh side ol llie North-east
branch of Laforme Creek.   .
Take notice lhat I, Guy L. Williams,
Free Miners Cerlificale Bi3265,as agenl
for Charles Walsh, Free Miner's Certificate B94266; for Ed. Adaii, Free Miner's
Certificate B94251; Samuel McMurty, Free
Miner's Certificate B94262; Walter Walsh,
Free Miner's Certificate B94265; F. G.
Walsh, Free Miner's Cerlificale 694264;
Gilbert Wilson, Free Miner's Certificate
B94261, and R. F. Greer, Free Miner's
Cerlificale B94263, intend 60 days from
date hereof to apply lo the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements
for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants
ol the above claims.
And further take notice thai action under Section 37 must be commenced before
the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
Dated this 17th day of September, itj^8.
sep 23-nov 23 Guv L. Williams.
In the Hupiikmk Court oi' British
Columbia.
IN THK MATTKIt  OF THK WlNDINO-Ul"
Act.
And in the Matter of The Elwood Tin
Workers Gold Mining Company of
Lardeau, British Columbia, Limited, Non-Personal Liability.
TAKE   NOTICE  that   the undersigned bss appointed Friday, the 80th
day of  October, 1908, at the  hour of
eleven o'clock in the forenoon at the
Court House in the Oity of Revelstoke,
B. 0., for the purpose of hearing and
confirming the Report of the Official
Liquidator upon the claims of creditors, and nf settling, determining prd
Anally pa-sing the Dividend Sheet,
and of passing thn Official Liquidator's
accounts, nnd settling his remuneration,
And let, nil pintles attend.
Dated this twelfth day of October,
A. I>., IIKIH.
ROBERT GORDON,
District Registrar at Rovelstoke, B. 0.
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the day or Iiiiiii- at  reasonable lei nis.
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NOTICE
In the matter of nn application for
the issue of a duplicate nf the I'crtill-
cate of Title to North 1 of Villa Lot _»,
Town of Revelstoke.
Notice is hereby given that it is my
intention tn issue at the expiration of
one month after the lirst publication
hereof, duplicate Cert ideate of Title to
the above iiien.iniied lands in the name
ol John Larson, which Certificate of
Title is dated the 1st day of September
USUI, and numbered 2711 A.
H. F. MACLEOD,
District Registrar.
Land Reg Offlce, Nelson, B.C.
7th October 1008. net 10 lm
ISTOTIOE
Seeillloatlen of Orown Orant
Wherenss on the 20th day of November,19U7. a
Crown (Irani waa issued in the name of Frederick Waahbnnrne for Lot 1141, Group 1, Kootenay Dtatriot- That evidence hea glnce been
been erodlloed ttliuwlux thet the said Frederick
Waahbnuriie died ou the 7th of August. 1901,
siimn tlroo prior tu the Isauaneo of the ttald
Crown Grant. That Iir agreement, dated 29th
August, lStM, the said Frederick Washbouroe
ii'tslaiiiid all bia estate, right, title, interest
claim and demand whatsoever in the said land
tiiThomaaShau-st Mcl'lionou.
Notice la therefore hereby a-iven. in puritu-
anise of Section M ef the "Laud Aat,' that il la
the Intention to eaucel the said Crown Grant
iaaued In the name of Frederiok Waahboume
and to ittaue one iu its stead lu the uame of
Thotnaa Shanks McPhemnu three montl 1 from
the date hereof nnleati gtmtl caoae Ifl ahotvii to
the contrnry.
F. 1. FDLTON.
Chief Coiumlestlouer of LanttSat.fi .".... 1.
Lands aud Works Department,
Victoria, H I'.. Uth Ootober, lnui.    oct !l4m
then get the lull v line nl their In bur and
there will be nn over prol'.iotlon and
no want lie waa glad to see sucli an
intere.ttd gatliciiig and concluded by
saying tbst the peop'e shuuld not
vote for Socialism if they don't understand it
W. Davidson, Hie next sp nker,
commenced by Baying thut all governments, either Liberal or Conservative beld the weak in subjection to
the strong. He then pointed out tbat
capital gave back to the worker just
enough to live on and all over that
was profit, or something lor no.lung.
It was robbery, but a legalized robbery. He reviewed the feudal system
as being similar to the wage slavery
of to day, and as this industrial
economy suits capitalists well they
will protect it, be they Liberal o
Conservative. The workers ol Canada
want lull value of their labor and the
Socialists have sn economic program
outlined and to get   it   in force the
HERDING CATTLE ON THE COLDSTREAM RANCH.
the Mend nl the work r*, but really
tbey were no such lliiig and tried to
plea?" 11 em in order to get uitt'B Tie
workers! are led away by these seK-
slyled loaders, be s'lid, nnd expliinid
that tl.eir emancipation deptudid
on the wtukern themselves, He snid
that, tlie graft talk ul both (i ,11 tic, 1
parties was only a scheme to iinpiess
the people with their re.peotive
honest dealings. He pointed out
that there was no difference us far ss
the out ol work classes were concerned
between a clean orcoruipt government
therefore graft talk should have little
iuterest for the worker. Both parties,
he said, were responsible Ior Oriental
Immigration, but each tried to put
the blame on the oilier and the ex*
clusii 11 policy waa only it scheme to
get votes, In referring to hotter
terms, he said that better terms f, r
lib,r would lie f,,i Ihe workers iu yet
tin' (uii priidiioi ul 1 heir I sli"!, ' ut
pari}- In 1 iii 111 ui-   was  unly   a  sham
isSUe.      111!    llil-tTllll     ll.aillSl    ilcfrriui
elecii ns and m il iiuyuore uniicces-
st y as people w uld vote lur what
they waii'it, nu mill er when voti g
to k plri i'- II i-liitl if lhe 1111.tht- 01
lllll t , x."l it lulmr , ut nl pn ducts
be 11 "0 I Iu a few only •>, 1' ,r Ihi gen
iral piurpt-ri'v uf man, He said that
cui!e>'ii e iiwuersbip would do away
Will 'In expl ui uii: syst em and alma d
now the I.m li jenis of s-rullid
l-rosp- ri j was lliiF pr- apefily fui lie
Wulkingiuan wbii never bud the full
value of iii" abnr. He showed tint
people wire starving in the Isce if
plenty and labor would always sin te
while being robbed of its products. He
affirmed tint the working cIhbsi s
were never represented in Parliament
in a true light and thut neither Lib*
eral or Consenatives have any solutions for the evils against the worker.-.
He explained that the Socialists a lone
have the solution fnr the uuemployed
and said that nines and fctorits
were worthless without labor, and yet
the workers were in many cases
begging. Depression would not cume
if labor got the full value ol its toil.
II the workers, he said, were satisfied
to be subjected to produce wealth for
their masters they can show it by
voting lor either Liberals or Conservatives, if uot, tho*. they should vole
Socialism and if they make a strong
enough protest against wage slavery
and urge that the full value of tlieir
laliur be given back to them,—then
- scialisni would be supreme.
In conclusion, he said tbat il the
peopl-i really understood Socialism all
would become Socialists, unquestionably. Tbe meeting was then brought
to a close.
rii
collectively. He showed how the Socialists were getting more popular and
better understood.
W. W. Lefeaux on rising ssid. that
he preferred a Liberal or Conservative
meeting as it gave him better oppor
tunity to explain Socialism as against
party government. He ridiculed all
party politics, methods and schemes,
and bow they each boosted their particular actions and showed how neither
Liberals or Conservatives gave any definite plan nl policy but slanged each
other. He referred to European immigration into Canada and bow our labor
markets were Hooded and workers unprotected.
The immigration to exclude Asiatics
workers must secure tbi- reins ol
power. Capital is represented by
Liberals and Conservatives and the
workers hy Socialists. He showed how
the workers who vote for capitalistic
governmenl make it bad for themselves and said that mudslinging was
all these parties had to fight or campaign with and neither party have
any real issues. He pointed out that
at election time tbe candidate! buth
Liberal and Conservative profes-od to
he the friends of the workers and how
they were really double-taoed iu order
to get votes, promised lhe working
man everything and then gave him
nothing He showed bow Curtis and
Goodeve have  both   pretended   to  be
AFTER THE BATH.
Medicinal Hot Springs are a feature in British Columbia and the above
cut shows a corner in the " sweat room " nf the Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium, Arrow Lakes, where bathers go alter takiug the bath.
County Court
At the sitting-! ol the County Court
here before His Honor J. A. Forin,
on the 21st. inst, the only case of in •
portan- e tried was that of John Chapman, of Salmon Arm.
The action .aa then commenced in
tlie Supreme Court here and was to
recover $551 for wages and for board
of an employee ol Evans. The defendant disputed the whole claim.
Several witnesses were examined fur
each party, aud at the conclusion ol
the evidence the judge gave judgment
(or the plaintiff (or %2li'A and costs.
G. S. McCarter appeared for tbe plaintiff and J. M. 8cott for the ilefendiiit.
Several chamber applications and
applications for naturalization papers
were disposed of.
Judge Ft rin returns thia (Wednesday) evening to hold lho trial of a
man named F. Cistaua, of Albert
Canyon, who un Saturday last wn
committed for trial by Magistrate
Gord iu on a charge of stealing a
cheque ol $28.08, from Chas. Carlson,
of Albert Canyon. G. 8. McCarter
appeared lor the prosecution and Jil,
Scott for tbe defence.
Liked British Columbia.
Alter John Ashworth, the great
English mining expert, gut back to
Winnipeg be bad this to say iibuut
mining in British Columbia.
"My own opinion is that 11. 0,
will become in tho near future the
great mining center (ur lirilish capital. At all events it should be. What
impresed mu and those who were with
mu on the excursion through tho various mining centers was the magnificent opening (or British capital which
bona fide flotation offered this will be
tbo view generally expressed.
"I spent a month B. 0. visiting Vic
toria, Nanaimo, Rossland, Greenwood
and Trail, and look for investments
next year, which I shall recommend,
ol many million pounds."
Patriotic Pictures
Mr. Hugh Fisher, ol the Visual
Instruction oommitteeof thu Colonial
ollice, London, Eng,, passed through
bere this week en route for England,
He baa just completed taking 600
views of Canadian scenes. In these
are included many representative if
this province. The views will be
printed and distributed among school
children in the British Isles to die
se ninate a better knowledge ol the
Dominion. Views of other portions ol
the e "|iire are also being taken.
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GREAT
Bargains! Bargains!
!U y  NOW '    Du  'I W'.i        liuy when stuck
is al its best.    Read this ad   uud  take  notice
the Bargains thai are offered here.
Handsome Mantles
At   special   disc,unit   priceB.
models, tight nnd semi Bttini
All   the
garments,
Fall Millinery
Are y ■ 11  wearin
should!   Tbey   un
dressers.      It   cm
newest
•ie   ol
11| i 11 IT
Hats :
by  the
t.i   have
Yuu
best
ihu
Fal
and Winter Underwear
We carry all the beat  makes—natural  wo
w hilts
Vest t
Bt makes—natural wool—
uu I grey knit goods. Drawers and
match.    Ladies' and Children's Blaok
I ._■!,;      Pi ii  - .    Undi rwi i
to $1.50 per garment
.i . ■ li
;.ie-
if 11 50
-V-en's Suits
Special Blue nud III ck Worsted at
Men's Odd Pants [rom .1 25 to ,1 50.
Men's Overcoats, regular !. 12. now :.7.
Boys' Tweed Suits
Special Tweed Suit. 1.2 50. Sizes 24
$'A.M buys n Tweed Suit, sizes 28 to !i2.
Suit new nnd this season's goods.
to   28
Even-
Boot and Shoe Department
Sre our 1" ys' School Shoes. Every pair
.ti.ir.min il
Come along und set' what we cun do for you.
Blankets and Comforters
All « nl blankets, full size, good weight, at $-1.
Iteg. $8 ull-w .ul hlinket lor If8.50. Blankets
thai were 1.9.50 now selling at sfs. A good
range ui Comforters ut "11 prices,
>y_
REID  &  YOUNG
Uepwts (rom the prairie show many
i phenomenal yields ul ^t * ami wheat.
! One firmer lins  ju.-i lliro' ll'd hia ouls
! md .'ll    acres    Weill   80    usliel.s to the
iiiie.    \n ther has threshed 100aores
of wheat,  averaging 85 bushels to lhe
acres       Wheat graded Nu  1 hard snid
at 78 cents per bushel.    Mr  Welsh o
IjHiig'luii, expeots  In   have   a  crop of
8l.'0 acres   of   winter wheat, next your
Near   L-mgdon a  phenomenal crop ol
oats has boon   h-invite.!, coveting IDu
ueres   on   une fa'in.    Th ■ weight ran
47.1 ji.'iinds  to the bushel, being I8j
lb-,, above the standard.
An iron guy wire whicn i-i being
u.ul hy the city ileotrioul staff for
temporary support ou a pole on Second street, became crn.siseii with a wire
oarrying 2,000 volts early thin morning, the srinv being re pnnslMe for the
contact, .lust in the tune the oun
taut wus being made with the two
wires u dug happenod to come along
uml tin.chlng the guy wires either
with his nil or his he.nl, Immediately
received the [.ill vi Huge through his
body, killing bim iiiBtantly. (There
area whole lot ol other dugs iu this
oity who should hnve he n there at
tint time and touched thai wire.
Social and Personal
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have nil kinds of it.
Swei i tasting, had lusting nnd the pure Emulsion in $1,110 bottles,
made by n new pr cess nl
R. MACDONALD'S
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to Mr- and Mrs, W. W. Foster, a son
Weather Forecast
Weduesday, Oct.   28.—Cloudy
s-.-ttled, snow or   ruin.     Temp,
54 ; .    Min. 31 = .
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A Well Stocked Larder
is ugood housekeeper's pride
Fill yours with the kind of
groceries sold here mid no
one in town will have hettPi".
Start to-day wilh n trial
order,    ll n ill probably sue-
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prists you   In   1
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peiior as uur
.l'i .flli'S    a
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higher th-iu y
ii  hnve  hi
used in  pi> iu
.  foi lhe
dinary kind.
CUPID AP CAKE
make n
especin
the evi
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notbin-j
delight
Local and General.
The Edison Theatre TO NIGHT.
Mi.- Muriel Buck has been appointed organ Ut at St. Peter's church, vice
Ji_.e Hooley, resigned.
Saturday, Oct. 31 is Hallowe'en, the
mysi rioua   festival   of    the  eve   of
All Hallows.
Programme ut interesting subjects
aud comedy at the Edison Parlor
Theatre Tonight.
E   Co. R. M. It  are bo'.ding a dance
' in the drill hall on  Monday. Nuv. 9th,
Sbanksgiving Day.
A n • ting mm young C mserv i-
;ive Club will be held this evening in
tbe C inservatlve c mi uut tee rooms at
8 t',:
C. Richards came down iron, French
Creek Big Bend, yesterday with his
pack train. The train will be wintered
ut it Shuswap.
bekah Lodge No. 21. I. O. 0 _\,
bave arranged to hold a shut waist
. in in tbe pt-ri i. iue m Friday,
N v. 24
i' ,. t :   'g(' tbe  i banksgiving  aud
I work under the auspices ol tbe
ladies of K Opeia
:;    -    d Moii i.i.   X->v. II ■.
'-,   ■ ....   Sovei    •    "...   thi   King i
birth : •;•    io    1 I   nksgi ing   Dsy   in
itda, ai    S •■-  ml er 12tl   - • li etioi
...    . tbe K    '• u '.- -■
Fre .    i     og   and   W,  A. Smythe
.... mj.lit from Sicamous
• ok  banting.
fen gi   ■-'    ■- ' hi,.    ■-■
I!.. sum    I   $105 was tiie proci •• li
ii. the pt gressive whist party held
lasl i.    ri: i..   ■:.'!■ I  thi    aus] ioi -     I
tne Ladies  Boepit . Iiuild.
..?,.,    ■    ■ :.:'  [•■• .1   ui.iiiii,ey
, I   ..in..    I "I a
iniuey «  11,   lor thi   cit]    wi
(..ken   up   «'.   t    ' - ni i.   I the
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ll< .- isn'i: is, un'l
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j   .-.,,-, i, | - -      tbe present clei
psign oral
i; Smith, I'I..-". wh tin bos
...   - iffering   li »n al I i ■.
,s,,. ..
.   /, |    .-. ■-  the crisis  is is  not
great combination,
s' it" lilt" cuke In- of
iinj-. ('nine and see
my varieties we have
ii Is-,uis1 nr each is to
i'. iiul pleasing ns
i" i , look at, ii is
• compared with the
that accompanies
the liisi mouthful. Serve
Din' rake on your table nnd
mankind will ndore you.
hit
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ROUS Oft    S3L   -BELL
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Karn is King
The right Piano at the right price.
Cull and see us before you buy one.
Kincaid and Anderson
Real Estate, Insurance and Financial Agents.     Money to Loan
~__
Fred Forresl ol Alboil Canyon was
in the city yesti nlay.
F. ,1. Deane and Smith Curtis left
for the south this morning.
Mrs. 1, II. Bu I. was at home to her
many friends im Uouday afternoon,
M. B. Archibald, of tbe Golden Star,
is spending n couple of days in the
city,
C. B. Hume left un Monday (or the
Coast, where he hud been culled on
uccount of lhe illness of .Mrs. Hume.
Rand Gibbons, tnauager ol tho Git-
buna Lumbu-r Co.i Pingston Creek,
Arrow Lukes, was in the city yesterday.
Business Locals
hills'
Iniiii,   shorts,
When),   oat
clii'i' feed at U ui'i e Bros
A in-itly printed visiting eaid is n
pleasure to limk upon,
Banff Hard Coal, all sizes in stock,
Revelstoke General Agencies, I,id
Cheapest fuel ou the market—Briquettes—manufactured from Banff
hard et iu I.
Our potatoes and vegetables nre
heller than ever this fall. Now is the
time to put in a winter's supply.
Another cur just in.   Bourne Bros.
There is a decided difference between
Brown Bread and bread nicely browned
One is made by mixing nnd the oilier
easily obtained Iy linking wiih Coursier's Egg Ooal,
Heating stoveB, conk  Btove.s,  stove
hoards,   stove    pipes,    coal  sou tt. lea,
furnace  brushes,  move  pip<
Siuves put up, taken   down,
Bourne Bros.
. varnish
repuin d.
NOTICE
Revelstoko Lund Dlstriot.
West Kootenay, II. O.
Take Notice thai 00 days after dnln
I lt. W. Lindsay of Cumhorne, It. ('..
occupation, merchant, intend to apply
lur permission to purchase the follow"
Ing described hinds situated on l-"i—H
River, Wesi Kootenay dlstriot.
Commencing at the north-east corner of A. D. MacKay'a pre-emption
Nn 7,805 and marked "K. VV. Lindsay's North-West Corner Postt" thence
8 chains to west, line of McKlnnon's
pre-emption; Ihence 60 chuins soul In
thence 8 ehains west to MacKay's*
ihence north 50 chains to point of
commencement, containing 40 acres
more or less:
Eoe.ated Oct  15th, 1!KW.
K. W. Liniinay, Locator.
FALL
GOATS
Now the cool d*ty,s are
here anil colder ones are
coming, you will need to
lie pic pa red. We can
show you a lot of stylish
coats in all the new styles
and trimmings and give
you the latest models at
a very  reasonable  price.
New Dress Goods
We have just opened a
new lot of exclusive patterns in the late season's
st_ !es and colorings.They
arc    decidedly    new   and
only one suit of a pattern.  All the new braid   trimmings   to
match.
OUR DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT
Om Dressmaking Department is now located upstairs
and Miss Macdonald i.s ready lo attend to your wants in this
line.
MCLENNAN'S
TO-NIGHT—Moving Picture!
New Programme at  Edison Theatre
nn Friday and S iturday,
C.   M.   Field   will     c
ullice   premises   on    1st
about Nov. 3rd.
There will be a   i leeting   ol  the W.
(". T  ('. in Knox  c  ure Friday
October 30th at 3 n m.
The   famous    -  etl i I i     choir  will
nipy hie  i   -
Street   i
MOVING l'lcl URES—i   i  ght.
l'i .■ ii ; snow, ol i he sea       (el   thin
morning    pres.ging   thi      .
wintei
The   Revels , .        I
ling ii dam , tonight  n I   ■ Selk ii -
from   Ei
in- ,|   that
will   open
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FLOWER
BULBS   9
1 ■     ropi    Ungtfl wid Douiiit-
CROCUS    Stpar-ttf v,irnf<(   .
IXI At,
JONQUILS   Ycllov. DOitblC
HARUSSUS    Paptf White:   Von Zion:
_mpr..i Butter and Ekki
" TULIPS   Single. Sopiirnto Colore
MfACIHTHS    Larxe. Unglfil   Douhtn
lOflUU)
BEWS' DRUC STORE
NI1XT HUME   lll.OCK
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anus    in   (':. '.nu ,
November 2nd.
It ha   beci
Galliher    ex-M 1'
ullice in \'aiu'
The C.P R   hn
00 the new  ndewulk   Irom   MeK
avi mn- crosi ' lie depi I
Illustrated   song tonight i   f
Parlor   lin al re i     Bi
Mi-  i i, ii.; ei -
l I i i i '.■ i _
in  i| ; ■   ;|
i Inlerstnte
Fair
li., it   E   (
linf
:   VI Refreshmnnl
t-
. _                                 ■    ' een
• idi •    ..   (or   i In       urdi
Mrs. M ■   I'           re several
ii,uiith." ago    was   found    tuilty    of
: ii    iturtlay and
.liuth. .Ii'iikin-   ivi     '
Dec  i ..
i   insidera ile  nurk is being done on
ricket grnu   II eel club
in readint ia lor next sea . atchea
I he surface  has  beei   li   ellcd up, tbe
,,|,   tilled   iu -n"l     : Iipi* impr ive
its   wiiieh   "ill   in.ikc the ground
.,.,, ol tin liesl ui the interior
Visitors in HevelstoVe never fsil to
-„i h k'm.iI word lot tl"- town and iMh-
ii.i 'I hen ha i bi on some remark-
ablo instancea ol this fact during tbo
.. it ruiiiiinr v.hioh have been very
tilying to ti i- who lm vu been en
deavorig to promote the hest intcreata
01 this community      There la not an-
1 'il her iliatrlcl    in   all ImIIuuI I thill  Ii ih
uui h   magnificent   resources   •- West
is   itonay  and   nowhere   is   there  a
ntry thai   glvoi  better promise to
in   iiiiiii whu in   ,',,,il:iiin   lor un lippor
unity   tu   advaiici" his iiiiensiH lium
right here.
li
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lowered, e
r didn't  see   il
damage        tnl 11 he
unly • ■      . iti      ,     .
C. Di ..-'I up h
very succi i , .,,|,.
- Peak     I
■
I   the  CO i,man
,-      !
-      '
aches a   d
,      -   ., .      itra
i which so fai
i    .
In ilm lis! nl Mil- -  - i'oung
i lonsei v.ttivi Club handed in li r  (nil,
licHtiun  in   Ssturdaj a   iaeue        |
Mm  llri.'Ai n,   i w"     mistakes    wen
made a hh h we are pleased i
Mr    I ick   Hiiiui.   H ll   i It elul
position of 2nd, vice presidi
ilm report gave ll ns   K   A   Bus If   ,11,1
Roy   McDonald'a    name      u     .1    ,
idded to the exeoutlve   • liich ii
posed "if -u membera
I he   KiIhuii   I'nrli r   Theatre    haa
attained a high degree ol popularity
with Mm theatre-goers of   Revelsl
itntl a lnr_e number ol i he n aidenl
wnu'il   not   think    il    w.nd<   .-■ mpleti
unless they attended one ur more ol
Ita perfct nances      The management
■ pn ri--. no i'n'.    ",  please the  public
and uh a result the publio an plan
am! tni-ii out iii large numbers to sup
port   si   meritorious   n   show,    The
latest model pf the new rnachii e  I n
been lnstnlled,called the Underwriters
exhibition model; the machine la  lire
proof nnd contains many  new  point!
which iiisiiriH gnuil, clear, steady  pic
turns,   iii.-.  latter   boing  s    speolal
fiat ure
S. S. WORKERS CONVENTION.
Coiitlinieil trom Page One,
o ds and How lo Keep Tbem." These
addresses were listened to with much
interest, lhe several points being iur-
cibly brought oui by the speakers.
.1. A, Magregor discoursed on the
"Treasurer's jiluoe in Promoting Systematic (living,'' aud S uut Muirhead gave an interest u^ address OH
"Uuod Literature."
Towards the close of tbo morning
session, Mr. Pearce, the superintendent
gave an eloquent address on general
subjects.
Un going to press the afternoon
session is in progress. Geneial business is being tukiu up besides officers'
reports and organization mutters. The
evening stssiuu btgins at 8 15 in th.i
Methodist Church, with addresses by
Stuaii Miiirbe-ni on "Sunday Soho ,I
Work in B. C; by Rev. 11. Newton
Powell on "Thi" Opportunity of the
Sunday School iu tlie Adolescent
Period," and by W. C. Pearce on
"Esseu i'.is in Successful Adult Bible
Blass Wink."
Sessinns will be held tomorrow
morning, afternoon snd evening
The following delegate, are rcgister-
i d ai the cun" i<,ii, up to ibe time of
going to prc-s; mure are expected this
evening from various points:
Miss Daikin, Mu. W. Harry, Armstrong, Methodist,
J, A. Ma' tiregrr, W li. Pearson, G
M. Deaver, Vernon, Methodist.
II.. hurt Calhoun, Salmon Arm,
Baptist
R.J   Dodds, Silverton, Episcopal.
Rev. W A. h Hold, New Denver,
Methodist.
Ada Collins, U npi.i and Golden,
Hi  hodift.
M. E Peacock, Nels n, Presbyterian.
II Smith, Eliza Wilkinson, Neleon,
Mi   hi di.t.
M i' McCuti lu "iu. Greenwood,
l'i, abyti  i i,
Mrs I 11 Stark, Ne1-,,! . Preshy
ler s'
• :    Newton   Powi II    Nelson,
VI ■
.a, Graml F irks, Hup 1st,
Patrick   II   Am -  M -  II   Amos,
■
I  J. H     E    A    --.   yer   I. I!.
ri   Baptisi
Mi-- Mclnl .      -    .   ii, rliind,Metho
.
■ 84 i.
Kuu'    ' I   ty—Rev    .1.    it
. ,, i_   Miaa V, McKinney, M ■ •■ tone
.,■ I     A   Hall,
u Bewa \ \ drill Miss fonea Miss
K   Btn ughb n
Die Holy City."
( onapicu   • inanage-
.,,
pm,..   ,   . Ha Wi
- . ...ii a
.■     ,i ■ , ii
.- s •    I I      11,1       I '     1    ..  I
i..in. I
in ii-
-it-    an.I    -|  ii le     i-    I, ia  r irrly,   il
-, .". I   ,,-■   |H.--|hllll ll'H   fur
Iramstii • reel   »lth ■■•■ hlch tbe tin ill
nrrect    lnK   narrative   ol  John   tba   llapti-'
iboondi, '    ■    ced with [real
ikill   .uui  »p|.i"''ii ly unlinuts I
I I,,, aoting   o     !■■" y   is noted l"t its
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given thai i intend
iu imply to the Superintendent ol
Provincial police f.ir a renewal of the
retail liquor licence fur the Knot nay
hotel, Burton Oily, B. 0.
Dated Oet. 24, 19u8.
Wm. Lovatt.
Northern Crown Bank
IIliAD OFFICE—WINNiPKG
,iOK   RENT-Residi'i.ie
Scott.   Apply lu Si i,ii
JB
if   J.   M.
._ Bilggs.
rANTED-Bn
n it,mli
le terms, hoiiu
k 112.
iilxli i-s and Roomers
11 ,iih- home. Mod-
cnokiiig.   Apply in
Watches -hat
are Timekeepers
Wc handle only the best grades
of the well-known watch movements, such ns the VValtbam,
Elgin, Hull, Speci.il, Illinois,
Rookfnrd and high graue Swiss
movements. Everyone guaranteed to be a timekeeper.
J. GUY BARBER
C. R. It. WATCH INSPECTOR
Ollicial Issuer ol Marriage
Licences.
Liberal Committee Booms
Old Salvation Army Hall, First Struct
All interested in the election of Mr.
Smith ('nili--s us member for Kooteuav
Riding in the Dominion House of
(uiiiini ms, cordially welcomed.
Open Daily from 9 a.m to II p.m.
City Bakery
Call und see mil eake. We
handle everything! In the cake
nud pastry line, -Inst arrived a
beautiful assortment nl' hou-
ipiots and trimmings for wed-
din}.., birthday and other cakes,
VII kinds of Icing and trimming
dun,.. Siuik ul' fie sli bread ninl
buns ilways on hand, live
bread made Tuesdays and I'Vi-
,1 .,)•-. Ten and Cake. Lunches
pul up.
J. L. HE4DRICK, Prop.
Capital (authorized)
"       paid up
$6,000,000
2,2oo,ooo
Rest, and undivided profits       225,ooo
President -Sir D. II. McMillan, K.O.M.G.   Vice Presidents—Edward Gur-
ney and Capt. Win. Robinson,   Gen. Man.—J. W. de C. O'Gimly.
Special attention paid to Savings  Bank Deposits
[uteres! allowed from date of deposit and credited quarterly.
Open every C P. R.  Pay Night, also Saturday Eveninns from 7 to 9 p. m.
A General Banking Business Transacted
The smallest account receives froin us the same cureful attention
as the largest one.
Office- Corner First St. and Connaught Ave.
A.  F.  D.  LACE,   Manager   Revelstoke  Branch
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
Until further notice this Bank will be open
C. P. R. Pay Night and following night each
month.
Open every Saturday evening from 7 to
9 p. m.
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at higher.,, ci.rrent rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
TO THE ELECTORS  AND   CITIZENS
OF BEVELSTOKE:
In referertce to the Circular issued liy 'lie Con-
servative Association re a joint public meetffijf set
for Tuesday- _;tli inst., the Liberal Association
have only to state that Us sole objeCl was the expected good our Cily would receive as a whole, and
not lor tin- benefit of a lew.
In future any suggestion for a joint meeting
between lhe two parlies will have to conit- lo this
Association through a certified committee of the
l lonservatives',
REVELSTOKE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION.
integral brilliancy;  the ac( nee pi
history in i idii i I     plen loi  I hi
paraphernalia, all    I  which la carried
by ilu"  oon [-nn-.  being nl  Impressive
i ity     I ■■ ..f  it. manage
meat Ural eal ed public at! nlioii to
the plsj, Ita ma 'ri ;' aa prrformoi oea
ire osrrying I - ►■ I ■-. mei I • a hit h
honesty nl pun ,. . I ikilllul design
oommanil The presentation ol I hi
Unly Citj In re, ■■■■ II bo eagerly min
cipated snd ■- III I.i 'een st Tapping'!
Opera H use on 'I huriday, N •    ■
Card of Thanks
The  l.iuhis   Hospital Guild wish i
iimi I.-   ni    tin, ,.   «lm si, genoroui i
nsni«ii-il iii making the whist, party i u
Thursday, Ocl S22,aneli i aucoisi.
.Mi;s   iv, il. Ki sun, Preg,
Mrs, ll. i-t-■..i.-■..in\m Morkii, Secy.
IX
Real Estate,   Insurance
Commission   Agent
Revelstoke. B. C.
, ■..-,, i. ti.iiii,.,, ii. in, i
1)1      ll" lull,,
( '. -Ill|... Ml.--.:
FIRE
In
( ,
l.BURANCE   London   Mulnal
, , ,i (inn.ul.i. Traders1
,i.,,,l Mutu ,', i lu.ist.i, Anglo
,-n, ,in,     ("qully,     Winnipeg
..,..-1
llll    INSURANCE
I ,.,,1,,',■   I.lie.
,[,-  11 ,,sl   llll.l
I luillilin,,,   lu ,1,1 I
SICKNES8 ANII ACCI0EHT
guaranles   unl    \-. ..!.-
.,'  C
London    .ui,
Itlli'M-      ptllit  il'
,i olfercil in ih.
Impel inl
ll    lie-lil-
inip-
SUfll-TV
\,M,   ,,
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llll   ll,'
AND    lllllllTr    BNDS
nn   Sin,-it   ('inii|iniiy,   Ih,
mul atrangesl  Sural]   Co
c -du.nl.
FOR.Alt
fill-   I ,
ro IET
IS\ i   .1 VII \ Is
inillln     ■ il    mil   .
II    Ml     M   .,     |l,|Slll,-->\    IsUsiK  .
I ..  I   nud  I'm in   I.nul--.
1 1 . , ..      , ,,,l   St..,,-.,.
I inilss i,   muir...
p..i.Ui,-,I   Itl'Sltl-.
Opera House
One Night Only
Thursday. Nov. 5
Willis A Onagtiivu pi-O'
s.'lil    ( htli'liri'   llrlllli'll -
(heal Biblical Drama
THE HOLY air
with
Harold Nelson
MARIUS. a Roman Soldier
The iiinst hu lil I im' play
evi'i- u i itien. Kiiilnisi'il
by I Imi lui'KV. I'n ss ami
Publio. _--__.iitl_.il s.'eiiii!
uml Llglltillg KlfeiiH.
Prices   $1. and 75 cents
Heal   Hale at
I     It. M leil.ill.ild's  lli'iig  Si,ui"
W A N T E I)
t FF.W Itoo.MKIts AND BOARD-
l\ ets w uui",l in private family,
Auplv ,M iil-ll, i..Id.
I..OU SALE   Unu ihnld  li'iiniiinip,
I      all iu  llist-i inss condition, can he
u lietiveeii III ii.in. al
Mm liken, Third hi.
. m. -- Mrs.
_l..t
s
bargain,   Address at once. Safb,
Mail (llll. ".
WANTED Hediiinius In let I'm-
nisheil, biiiiul if requited, ternm
iiiiiih'i'iile. Apply t (inin, lib Hlret'l,
liillli'l' of Mi KfllJli ■ Ave, nt'l 'M hu
O"
For Sale
I'TIC.;    MANAGER i WANTED
by a nImii'sii'i'   manufacturing
i iiiiipnuv. niine bul n I..: illei' and one
a lin   fan   hll'llish    lit1'i    uf  let'ei'eneis
need npply. nlsu ntiist be able tn in-
visi  IV  V'tlHI  Iii  li(."illil t-pi.l.  fash   iii
I'peii ullli'f, nppuinl sale iien mid du
Ibe lull, el lug (im biiilse lu   hull. 9 ui'i-
vasslng), Tu fin li aiiini. ve inu offer
I pti-ii um fnr life and one (bat null
uui   linn  tiuin   $511 In  I', lllll  per  He, k
, i lent' pniHi.   Do iiiii  answer thin un.
I i"ss j 1,111 im iiii all ilm above reipilie-
 nis.   (This in iiii lm lc sign,  fjreuliir
! il ml ri hui mn nr I iii I pust iu-; prupusll im )
' uu a mi rn i_;lii, Imi i,t, legitimate iifflre
imsiness for life. We me a foreign
| iiiniiiil'iieliiiiiiK company, These gnnda
I me iniui'iy Iii ii-ie throughout Oannda
! iiinii Hnlifiix tu Vancouver,    Por fnr,
ther pm Ui nlai -   nihil i ss   Tin:   Ktiy,.|.
I  I ll1'I   I I'l I I u ". t.i' -     ,uiu i ' -S      llll'.    fill ) A 1,
llry Oedar   curd    wiiuil—llevelatoke I Mkuk.ATIJIi  FuiiIi lu,, Mil   11'u.titigt.
(ionoral Agencica, Ltd. Ht., West, Vniiciuivei, H.C.

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