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The Mail-Hepald
Vol. 15.-No72
Visiting Cards
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 13. 190!)
$2.50 Per Year
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C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Its not the Clothes that
makes the Boy. But fine
feathers make fine birds.
Dress the hoy well he will
appreciate a suit of our " Lion
Brand Clothe ."
New Slock of Winter clotles
just arrived
Kine Two I'ii-ee Suit, double
breasted tine tweeds, in preys,
browns, etc., padded shoulders,
hand-made lapels; just like his
Dud's at $5.50
A neat ami nobby ilurk
grey Norfolk for the little clinps
a very   dressy   suit. . . .$2.50
Small hoys' Blanket Cloth
Coals,   trimmed   wilh  red,  red
H.iimel lining  uin!   led    piping.
$5.00
Hig boys' Overcoats, dark
grey cloth, a verv taking style
to be had for $5.50 and $6.00    " LlQR    Bfai\d "
The College Suit
he new Cossack Lister with high col'iir in   dark   lirown,
made for boys who know. $7.50 Ul $11.00
FREE
With any  Suit or Overcoat we give the hoy a School
Bt.g worth 50 cents free.
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
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STOVES
Now is the time to think about your
Heating Stoves. Wc 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
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.
Every Range sold under an absolute
guarantee. We have not one dissatisfied
customer in Kootenay. We are never
too busy to show off our stock.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Tinsmlthiny Plumbing
YOOOOOOOOOOOOi
ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION
From Knox Church Congregation
to Their Popular Pastor
A large number of members and
friends of Knox church met in the
church lust evening to bid farewell to
their former pastor, Hev. J. It, Robertson and Mrs. Robertson, Krom a
social point of view the gathering was
one ol the happiest of its kind over
held in the city, yot throughout the
evening and from the tenor of the
different speakers' remarks there wus a
general feeling of regret thut the
happy associations which had existed
between pastor and people and in the
community were about to be severed.
At the same time wheu Hev. Mr.
llobertson made the announcement
that he bud that morning received
a call to St. Andrew's church, Nanaimo, the long and pronounced applause
wbicli followed wus positive evidence
that bis friends rejoiced in the lact
that he bad been called to a ..-ger
work.
Mr. B, A. Lawson occupied the
chair and proceedings were commenced hy the rendering ol the
anthem "Sun of My Soul," by the
choir, after which Hev T.W. Hall was
culled on to make a few remarks.
Mr. Hall referred to the good fellowship und kindly relations which hud
existed bel ween himself and tixo.
Robertson. Prom the very lirst on
hearing of Mr Robertson's resignation
he bad ted deep regret that lie was
going to sever his connection with the
oity and expr> seed the hope to those
present thnt their next pastor, when-
ev r be canii-, would lie like Mr. Robertson in charuoier and disposition.
He referred to the prospective union
between ibe Methodist and Presbyterian ohuroheB in Canada and looked
forward to the day wheu he wuuld be
able lo shake hands with Hro. Robertson in a united conference. He
prayed tha'. God's blessing might.
follow Bro. Robertson and his dear
lady wherever tbey might go, and he
wished the Presbyterian body in
Revelstoke grand prosperity.
A piano solo by Miss Frances Law-
son followed nud the chairman then
called on Mayor Lindmark, who, he
said, in the midst ol a busy life, had
always time to beip along any good
work in the city.
Mayor Lindmark said he was very
sorry to see Mr. Robertson leave the
city. Whilst amongst us be bad been
a good citiien, and our city could only
be a progressive and decent city by
having good and decent citizens, He
characterized Mr Robertson as a man
among men Presbyterians, he said,
had not got educated up to having their
minister changed every lour years and
he thought that for both minister aud
people it wae the very best thing that
could happen and probably Mr. Robertson would be just aa well off. He
often wished he hsd a chance to
preach a sermon to some of the ministers. We ought t) he able to show
m ire practical Christianity. Mr.
Robertson bad show i this spirit when
he embraced the opportunity of his
life and we ought all to take our bats
off to him. As Mayor of Revelstoke
he deeply regretted Mr. RoberiBon's
departure. We could ill afford to
lose good men. We want those people
here who help others to help themselves and Mr. Robertson was one of
these.
Rev. XV. P. Freeman of the Hup!ist!
Church was then called on. Mr. l-'iee-
inaii Bpoke of a minister's ideals. His
church comes before himself; any sacrifice or privations ho must undergo
for his church, if it is not a sacrifice of
the principles   of   his life.      Churches
ought to sacrifice everything for the
Kingdom of God.   Mr. Robertson had
always taken an active interest iu the j
broader things of life, und he hoped
that the man who fills bis pluce will j
take us large a place iu lhe eily as he
bus gone.
Another anthem by lhe choir followed, and the chairman in culling on
Mr. E. M. Cook, Y.M.C.A. secretary,
said that Knox Church bad every reason to feel proud of the many staunch
friends it had outside of its ranks.
Mr. Cook wus one of these.
Mr. Cook suid u goodbye had ils
value in the amount of utl'ection there
is in it. He spoke of the things in
life  which  a  man accomplished and
the joy there wus in tliese things, but
the hard thing in life wus to fail to do
what one desired to do. He bud hud
many pleasant relationships in the Y.
M.C.A. with Mr. Robertson and he
appreciated his friendship very much.
After another  pianoforte solo  by
Mis-. Lawson, the chairman called on
Mr. W. M. Lawrence, who read the
billowing address:
"To REV. J.R. Roukktson, B.A., B.D:
Upon your retirement Irom the
pastorate ol Knox Church, Revelstoke, we desire to express to you onr
appreciation ol your self-sacrifice in
offeiing your resignation as a means
ol opening the way for negotiating
terniB of union between tbe two PreB
byterian churches of Revelstoke.
Your acceptance lour years age
ol the call io Knox church waB an
evidence ol your willingness to preserve the integrity ol the Presbyterian
cause in Revelstoke. In like maimer
your retirement at. the present time is
an indication ol your desire to promote the best interests ol the Presbyterian cause.
We recall with pleasure your untiring efforts in ministering to those
requiring sympathy in times ol sorrow
or bereavement.
Inder your ministrations the church
membership bas increased Irom 17 to
76, The Sabbath school has alst
grown from 7 to an enrolment ol
over 70.
The young people  uf  the church
have always felt, the influence nf your-
-' 11 und Mrs. l'oberts ui's kindly over-
sight and enjoyed the hospitality ol
your home.
In parting with you us pastor we
wish to extend to you and to Mrs.
llobertson our best wishes for youi
success in whatsoever sphere God may
see lit to place you, and ttH a token of
the remembrenoe of our past, relatione
we ask you and Mrs. Robertson to
accept tbis cabinet of silver."
The presentation wns mude by Airs.
II. A. Lawson, and consisted of u
handsome oak oabinet of silverware,
Iris pattern beautifully engraved with
the Initial "R." arjd bearing the following inscription "Presented to
Hev. and Mrs. Robertson by congregation und friends of Knox Church,
llevelsloke, B.C., 1009."
Hev. Mr. Robertson ill reply Bald be
iippr.H-iuli-d the ^jt't. und uddruBS u
good ileal more than he could s.iy.
He appreciated the fact thnt Mr. Law-
son hud been in Ibe chair. Pour years
llgo, when heand Mrs. Hoberlson came
lo RevclstoKe, they bad mude their
home for two weeks wiih Mr. Lawson
and his family, and the relations
formed in these two weeks were the
same today only very muoh dearer.
Ilo appreciated the fuel, lhal Mr. Lawrence bud mude the presentation, Belore he became pastor of Knox Ohurch
he bud been much wilh Mr. Lawrence
and his family in Iheir home, nnd
many lender relations bud then been
formed. lie appreciated the words
thnt hud been spoken by members of
other congregations, Mr! Hall's words
especially had touched his bean very
deeply. They bud been I brown much
together in their work und hud got to
know  each   other  pretty   well.    He
J. R. ROHKRTSOX, II. A., II. D.
appreciated also the kind words of
six; Freeman, and reciprocated his
friendship. He apprecicted the kind
words said by the Mayor, and if his
influence had been helpful in the community he felt de-nly gratified. Mr.
Cook's timely ana kindly words he
appreciated also. To help the cause
in Revelstoke he cume, und for the
same reason he was ready to go. He
was glad to feel that he believed his
going was of value to the work in
Hevelstoke, He felt we might do a
little exploring in our experience, discover a larger experience, a new surface thut we have never realized
before. We may have to suffer for it
in this search. He did not ask the
people to do what he wus not willing
to do himself—pay the cost for the
larger good which may he realized,
lie received und accepted, for Mrs.
Robertson nnd himself, this beautiful
present, but tbe best und most blessed
possession they had was the esteem and
respect of the people among whom he
ministered,
Mr. Robertson then announced that
that morning be bud received a message froin the Hev. Dr. Campbell,
moderator of Victoria, stating that nt
a congregational meetiug of St. Andrew's Church, Nanaimo, on Monday
nigbl acall hud been extended lo him
to become pastor of that ohurch. He
extended a gracious invitation to any
who might happen lo be in that city
ut any lime to cull on Mr. and .Mrs.
Robertson ut the manse. (Prolonged
applause.)
The serving of refreshments by the
ladies brought the  evening to u close.
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson leave next
Wednesdny for Nelson, Grand Porks,
and other points, enjoying a well-
earned holiday before taking up the
new work al Nanaimo.
Supreme Court
The Assir.eB opened at Kamloops
yesterday before .lodge Morrison. A
W. Macdonald appeared lor the Crown.
True bills were returned by the (irand
Jury iu all cases except one. An effort was made to bring on the case ol
S. A. Mundy against E. A. Haggen in
tbe afternoon to allow Messrs. McCleneghan and I'ratt, the two hank
managers, to get back, but it has not
yet been heard though it was expected
to be down lor bearing today.
In the case Mundy vb Swanson, accused elected lor speedy trial.
Havoc Caused in Vancouver
Vancouver,   B.  C,  Oct.   ia.   A
runaway work (ruin on the grade of
the 15. 0, Electric railway over the
street, car trucks ill tbe easl end of the
city Sunday ended its four mile dash
by a collision wilh ft city passenger
car in which u dozen people were
injured. No lives were lost., und the
injured ure nil doing well to-night ill
tbe hospitals.
Playful children loosened the brakes
of lhe work train which was standing
over .Sunday on a sidetrack at Central
Park, six miles outside the city. The
eight curs slid over on one of the main
trucks of lhe double line entering the
city, und, gathering momentum, it
whistled through the eastern suburbs
until at three miles from the starling
points the runaways were going ut 00
inileH au hour. There is a grade of
three per cent, all the way into the
city, and tlie heavy cars made the
latter end of the trip iu time that Was
approximately ttO miles an hour.
THE POWER BYLAW
Carried on Saturday Last By a
Big Majority
The civic vote on bylaws in Revelsloke has usually been a matter uf
indifference to the ratepayers. Such
was not the case with the bylaw voted
on Saturday to borrow $89,000 for the
Improvement of the power plant. The
report that the knockers were out with
tln-ir little hammers and aroused the
more public-spirited cili/.ens, with the
result the bylaw wiih curried by the
biggest majority that ever endorsod i
bylaw iii Hevelstoke. The Hoard of
Trade issued a circular appealing to
the cit.izena for tbuir support, and
Mayor Lindmark and Messrs. W. M.
Lawrence, president nt the Board ol
Trade, and .1. I). Sibbald, also representing that body, worked liked
tiojana The weather was most unfavorable for people getting out, and
the lact that they musterud in such
numbers showed the  intense   interest
taken in the question,   The lollowing
was the note:
lo favor of the byluw  HUH
Against  71
Spoiled  2
Majority in favor   1117
C. ,1.  Ainuu   was  returning  officer
and C. M. Kield, scrutineer.
Farewell Supper
On Saturday night th.- baseball buys
and many of Iheir friends gathered at
u supper at the Wind-ior Hotel, in
honor of II. A. Scott, captain ol the
irum, who bus In en transferred to the
Molsons Hank branch at Vancouver,
Mr. Scott has been iu Revelstoke
Dearly live years during which
he bus been I bo centre of sport. He
will be missed very muoh by Ihe baseball team especially, ub he was iheir
Onptain and pitcher.
After supper H McKinnon presented Mr Sni i, o ' behalf of his friends,
with a bun l»i me gold locket set witb
diamonds, us a slight token of the
esteem in wh eh lie ia held in Revelstoke.
Mr, Scot I, in replying, thanked his
triend-i for this ti ken of their go d
wishes nnl said that while here be
hud ii ade many friends in business
and si.ci il, as well us sporting circles,
andngietted very much having to
leave hut in his business it was necessary lo be changed around in order
tor promotion.
Other speakers followed all express
sing regret that Mr. Scott was to be
taken (rom our inidot, aud wished him
every success in his new position.
Tbe gathering was brought to a close
by the singing of 'For he's a jolly
good fellow."
Mr. Scott left on Sunday afternoon
(or Vancouver, a large number of
friends being at the train to see him
off.
Local Option Meetings
A meeting ol the Local Option
League and W. C. T. U. was held in
the Baptist Church school room last
night to complete arrangements lor
tbe approaching visit of Mra. Robin
son (uee Mias Murcutt) who will deliver a course ol four addresses.
On Sunday evening October 17lh,
she will speak in tbe Baptist, Church
at the usual hour for church service
On the lollowing three eveniugs she
will give addresses in the l-'.dison Parlor Theatre with Borne lime light picture illustrations. Subjects—Monday, Oct. 18, China's Teeming Millions; Tuesday, Oct. Ill, The Shadows
of a Great City. Admission free, open
collection. Wednesday, Oct. 2D, The
Hairy Arms, admission 'ilic.
Those who heard MrB. Robinson
speak a year ago will be pleased to
have another opportunity ot hearing
this gifted speaker, whose addresses
have created so much interest
throughout the province.
New Liberal Leader
Mr. John Oliver, member for Helta,
takeB over the leadership of the opposition in the Provincial Hotiae. The
appointment was decided upon ut u
meeting ol the Provincial Liberal
executive held ut New Westminster
on Saturday. Advicea from Ottawa
state that Mr. .I. A. Macdonald, K.C.,
who has resigned the Liberal leadership of the province, will be appointed
to the Bench within a month,
Frank Sherman Dead
Firm li, II. C., Oct. 12.—Frank H.
Sherman, lute president of District 18,
II. M. W. ol A., died on Monday in
the Fernie hospital at 5.80 a. m., alter
a long struggle against a stubborn
malady. The end was not unexpected
and his wife and family wero at the
bedside at the last moment.
Mr. Sherman leaven a large family,
including a blind boy, in straightened
circiiniBtunces. and his death is deeply
regretted by a large circle of friends,
which reaches lar beyond the confines
ol the organisation of which he was bo
long the leader.
Union Hotel Restaurant
Mr. Stewart McDonald has taken
over tbe management of the Union
Hotel Restaurant from today. Only
white help is to be employed, and Mr.
McDonald will look alter the culinary
department personally, giving the
patrons the best service possible. Mr.
McDonald needs no introduction to
the public, lor he has been a resident
of tbis city Ior many years.
thing  for  the   Hunter,   the
SPORTSMEN
Who are in doubt as to
where they can best obtain
all kinds of L'p-To-Date
Sporting Goods, should
bear mi mind the fact that
wc carry a splendid stock
of Guns, Rifles, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle,
Traps, Tents, Camp Stoves
Blankets, and in fact every-
1'rapper  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
ils good points. Remember that we arc agents for the
Kootenay Range, which you will read of on   anolher  page.
BOURNE  BROS.
Groceries    Hardware    McClary's Stoves    Plumbing
Out clothes-
values we
e&sy to see.
Field glasses are not needed to see the
fine points of perfection in the kind of
clothes we sell. Style, fit and every detail
of fine tailoring arc there inside and out. If
better clothes could be made this store
would have them. We especially invite
paiticular dressers, men who never wore
ready made clothes to sec ours.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HRAD   OFFICE. TOKOirTO
KSTiBlASHFJi   ISe-T
B. E. WALKER, President I  Paid-lip Capital, $10.000,000
AIJBUWDKK LAIED,Gener»lM_ii__.j;«     Reserve Fund,    -     6,000,000
TRAVELLERS'  CHEQUES
Tbe oew Travellers' Cheques recemiv Issued by this Rank are a most i
wsj in which to carry monev when travelling.    They are ls.sued tn AtJWJHrti—1 at
$10,  $20. $50,  $100 and  $200
and tha exact amount payable in   Austria.   Belgium,   licnrnark, France,
Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Nniway,  Ku.s-.ia, Sweden
mmi Switzerland  is Stated OO the fare  of each  i-tir,. .,     while  in nlbrr  —Mg
t______rf mrm payable at mmul rates.
Tbe cheques and all infermatjoo r-efar-dioff Ihem mar he otaamrd ar i.e.,
mt the, Bank. Ul*
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH — A.    H.     ALLEN.    MOR.
IV UK's yiU'ii BOY nil MINK
we want him started "ii the road to
manhood right' and there's no surer
physical method than to fill hi- daily
platter with a supply from oui
High-Crade Meat Market
oi juicy Beef, tender Lamb, cornfed
Pork and liams that would tempi mi
anchorite. Common sense backs np
this advise, and a visil to our attrao-
livi-iy managed, sanitary, and speck-
less premises will convince you, not
mentioning the strong argument of
our reasonable priees. Today is the
day io prove il.   I'M.l..
Maundrell Meat Market
Wc Handle Premier Hams and Bacon
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  COMPANY
ATTEND THK.
Provincial Exhibition at New Westminster
October 12th to 16th. 1909
Only $12.35 Return.    Good Until Oct. 20th
TICKETS ON SALE OCT. Sth iy J&m.
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AHXr.X. Mil'AKTI-.K
AND I'INKIIAM,
HA Kills 1KIIK, BOLIC1TOB8, ETC.
Oman :   Imikkiai. Hank Hi ii.iumi ltKvm.-
moKK, ll. 0,
Money to loan.
Offloesi Revelstoke, ll 0.   Cranbrook, it. I ■
UKO. s. MoOabter
A. M.  PlNKUAM J. A.  IlAKVKV,
Revelstoko, Cronliriiok. II. I ■
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1LL1A.M I. BEIOOS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor for:—
The Canadian Hank ok CoMMEBOB,
The Molsons Hank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   -   KEVELSTOKE, BAJ.
liUBEKT SMITH
Provincial Kami Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
Engineering
MlKknzie Avence,
Box 106, Revelstoke
E.  A.   HAGGEN
Mining Engineer
Kevelstoke, B. C.
Mem. American Institute Mining
KnginuerH
Mem. Can. Min. Inst.
Examinations  and lleports  on Mines,
ana Mining  Investments a specially.
blue Prints supplied oi plans of Land,
Minks ami llMBKR,
Cable Address—"Kauagan," Kevelstoke
Codes-Moreing and Neill, Bedford McNeill, Western liuon, Clougb.
FOR   SALE
in :i desirable quarter on Third
Street at a bargain i j rooms
and bath room, all modern improvements, furnace, large
basement,    Reasonable terms can be arranged.
PRICE $4,500
extra warm and well finished, on   Fifth   Street,
modern plumbing.    Terms to suit a good purchaser.
PRICE $3,400
on First Street,   Good
localit y .     M o d e r n
plumbing,   Terms to meet purchaser.       PRICE $2,600
Fine Residence
Six-Roomed House
Eight-Roomed House
I-OK
PARTICULARS   .\ITI.\   TO
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ud.
satisfaction to see tho work appreciated by the large majority of the
citizens.
MORAUSMS
Foley's
Canadian
Girl
Chocolates
THE POWER BY-LAW
The citizens have reason to be
well satisfied with the result of the
poll on the I'owor Bylaw on Saturday, it is un emphatic declaration
for progress. Willi lhe mandate
of the citizens behind them the
City Council will uow plan the
work of improving the dam and
equipment, and increasing the
power plant in such a way that the
whole power system shall he made
effective for the work required of it
and ensure the citizens having the
best value for their mony. On the
completion of the work the city
will be much better lighted and the
council will be able to meet the
increasing demands for power and
light without curtailing the privileges already granted, though during the coming winter, and until
the proposed work is completed, it
may be necessary to curtail the
street lighting. The citizens will
cheerfully put up with any temporary inconvenience of this kind in
view of the substantia] results to be
afterwards gained.
C. w.  O   W.
Mountain Vlow Camp, No. 228
■Hmu  Beoond and  Ifourth  Wedneidwa In
SShmoniSui geUurk Hall.   Visum   Woodmen coroiouy Invited to attend,
JOHN i AKLSON. Con. Com.
J. MclNTVKE, Clerk.
KEVELSTOKE AEKTK No. 42U
F. O. E.
SSook   VWttog brethren cordiaUj muted.
\Y E.'MeLALVHUN.Sm-BKTAR*.
Lodge. No. 15, A  F. & A. M.
Ttie roKUlur moot-
[nge uro hnld in \ho
MASOM* TKSJI'LK
Uddfoll«w> Hall, on
the third Monday in
each month hi s
p.m. Visiting brethren cordiKlly welcome.
(.'. A. PKOCUNIKR, 3ECRBTAHT,
BBLKIRK LODGE \l, I. O.O. F.
Meot- every Tlitir--
lay eveuintf in Sol-
kirk  Hull al »u'< took
    Visiting brethren nre
cordially iiiviN-*! t*j attend.
\LHtHT ABMAN. N.O,     JAS   UATH1B.SI
•
T. I'
Cold Range lodgo, K ol P.
No. 26,  Revolstoke, B C
MKEIr ..VtKV WEDNESDAY,
n, i:I i •: Wednetdt) ..:
BSoh month, In i ■• iddfell ...
H»u   »i   !  o'cl ,ek.    .'lilting
.-.:. |l   - ii       -<.».,y  nrlted.l
SMITH   '    '
(..  H. i'KUi KT.K   u!   H   AS
J    B. 81 uTT   M      • K
Che flfeail-1beral&
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13   1909
The Board ol Trade and the i iti-
•:.-  generally appreciate tbe improved mail service which the •
P. K. ia   imaging for the winter
month-. The new service will
supply the public demand in the
most efficient waj possible and will
aid largely in the development of
tlie city and district as well as all
points along the line served by the
new schedule.
The big vote recorded in lavor of
the Power bylaw on Saturday, with
ii majority of three to one in favor,
is a high tribute to the earnest
work of the present City Council,
and one we believe they deserve.
No Council has had more ilillicult
problems to face nnd handled them
better. It has been a bard work
iipd thankless tusk, but it is some
BUREAUCBATED KNOCKERS.
The Provincial government ollice
was credited witb being the centre
of opposition to Saturday's vote on
the power bylaw. The knockers
admitted the bylaw was necessary
but urged that the present council
was not capable of properly expending the money. And, would
you believe it, this argument came
from the very men responsible for
the expenditure of $-10,000 on the
gas producer, which has been characterised as the white elephant of
the power plant? Had that 140,-
000 been   put into  permanent iui-
Sigimol llie Times:—The little llev-
elatokers have grown littler and tlie
iiig llevelstokcrs biggersinoe Saturday.
Before the chairman of the school
board charged tbe press with misconstruing evey word ol his speech lie
Bhould have advised tlicm he wiib
going to n,nke a speech and given
them a chance to report it.
Hevelstoke poultry men have an oyo
to thoae few hundred thousand Mr.
Klumerfelt tells them they can havo by
boating the foreigner out of the home
market,
That Boston surgeon ia rough on
his brother knights of the scalpel,
wheu he characterises the method ol
dealing with appendicitis as a criminal
operation. Revelstoke medicos had
better watch out lor the new criminal
oode.
When the Bo ird ol Trade Iiud a
mau likely to make a progressive
citizen they should appropriate him.
A lew more Ulks with Mr. Gillette
and Revlstoke will put Nelson iu the
shade iu publicity and civic enterprise.
Kevelstoke ladies are becoming more
interested in publicity work than in
fall  millinery.
All honor to tho lady ratepayers lor
the splendid way in wbicb they
worked to carry the power bylaw on
Saturday. They certaiuly consigned
to obscurity the 71 knockers who
showed their (aces at the poll.
Several supporters of the power bylaw found themselves a few dollars the
riohor alter the declaration of the poll
and one declared he had made enough
mousy to make the best holiday trip
of his life.
The letter boxes at the C. P, R.
station are like the 71 little Revel-
stokers. They require to be supplanted by something higger.
The Revelstoke mail service ie
modelled on the Egyptian camel post
7UU0 B. C.
R. Tapping's declared knowledge
ol advanced   business methods should
"The Chocolates with
the Whipped Cream
Centres."
Both    "io    ' sui im '    an i
'Canadian 'lirl" Ohooolates are
minims (or thoir rich, dollolous
• W Iiipp.-.I   Croam   Control."
Description won't ilesoribu
ihem. Yon niual laato ihem lor
yourself
All Foley - Chocolates ploaiu
iho palate and are good tor you.
Ask for l-iilev'. wherever Host.
I'andv i-i Kept
Foley Bros. Larson & Go.
Cdmonto.. MlNNIPEC Vanoouver
CORPORATION OF THE
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
Declaration of Householders
provement the plant, instetd of warrant him in opening a business
lieing used for experimental pur- college. His contract form is certaiuly
poses would not   have   been in the the moet oompiete thing of its kind.
disgraceful condition  ii   which we
lind it today. It is well-known
the reason given by these gentle-
me i for their  opposition   was noi
tlie motive whioh actuated tlieiu.
The secret lay in petty party nal-
oiisy. and   the   sooner   11 e public
Alter tbe liiard ot Trade gets
through with us advertising scheme
Revelstuke will be the best known
place in Canada and the bote.- * ot
be able to ace.nun 'i-Hc the rush.
The men wbo w.-re ii jat active in
tlieir opi   - to the by-law on Sat-
irdaj   i ei    b -■ lor what
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
all householders within the Municipality wishing to have his or her name
inserted on the Voters' Eist for the
City for the year 1910 must make a
declaration before a Justice of lhe
Peace or other officer entitled to take
sueh declaration, and the same must
he banded In to the City Clerk's office
on or before 5 p.m. on October 31st
next.
Forms of   Declaration   can be  obtained at the City Clerk's ofllce.
Revelstoke, 11. 0., Sept. 28rd, lMKi,
11. A. I.AWSON.
Oity Clerk.
GUT COAL!
Orders left with Andrew Davidson,
who is handling the Halt Coal for
me, or at my laundry ollice will
have prompt attention. oc 2 4t
J. C. HUTCHISON
servant--   Keep   their   noses out ol , .     -  .
active party politics the sooner will  power plant tbi   ;..--.
the public service     i       iced    n a.ia'n
higher plain- where reward - I   Irien itronj
according   to   merit -        ' ,w l||e
political favors "
[twill 1"- pari     [   the   policy of 'B*'01
tin-M-u,11 ■ tha   . ' "1:"' - - !"   """
,. i, ■ - ■   . > ft . -1   :.
lie   servants    whether   lionim. '
.. i saturda
Provini in   or   Municipal     shall ^
take    lm    hand     in    par'. nrlnhnn   Ond  nnil   Pun
Publi, officials ire UCIODBr ROD M liUd
the taxpayers.      All   polil ioa ,            be big garni
lies .md   opinions are repreeenti
in the taxpayers      io have Bun in Canada   published -
,-..    that it Woi data .
.    3uLL       ZRHtVV     jm
S>tcxJiAAA,if>  Ic
G*. QwMAUiAuJtttd.,
\r<T* t^vrmfl-H'tk*   &'
-Ux *£* G^ - at
C B. Hume 8r Co.
CEMENT BLOCKS
Use Superior
Flour
Koyal Standard Flour goes
fuithcr because it is better. It
makes better bread because it is
milled Irom superior .selected
wheat by the inosi modern
machinery, Every process i.s
most carefully watched with a
view to maintaining or even improving the standard. You
.should consult your own interesl
and try   Koyal Standard   Flour.
More than this, in each -p)lb.
sack ol Hour you secure a coupon
which gives you an opportunity
to win a tog piece China Dinner
Set. Look over our advertise,
ments for the winning numbers
each month.
NORTH VANCOUVER
When you  visit  the ambitious
city you will do well to
stop  at  the
NORTH VANCOUVER HOTEL
PRTH I,arson, Prop,
Reasonable Rates
Splendid uisine
-Mi'l Delightful Scenery
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigare/Tobacco,
Meals _i.r> cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
MANUFACTURED   BY
Vancouver Mulling &
Gram Co., LU.
VANCOUVER,       -       B.C.
For Fall Planting
Bulbs from the Best European
and Japan Growers.
Homegrown Iruit and ornamental
trees, grown on upland soil without irrigation in the only part of
the Americnn coulinent uot infested with the San Jose scale—
Garden, Field and Flower seedt-—
Tested Btock from the best growers in the world—Wire fencing
and Gater—Spray pumps, Fertilizers, llee Supplies, Cut (llowers,
Spraying materials, etc.—White
lahor only.—New 157 page Catalogue tree
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
VANCOUVER,   B. C.
Branch Nursery      -      South Vancouver
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Itepnirs of all  kiiula nonlly carried on
ISieyelo and Hun work a specially
Kali unites gfven on nny class
of work.
Front    Street.
For Sale
Under instructions from clients I
have to offer for sale the following
desirable residential properties:
1. Residence   and   three   lots on
McKei zie Avenue.
2. Residence with lot and one-half
frontage on McKen/.ie Ave.
!?.   Residence   and   two   lot*    on
Fifth Street,
4. Two good building lots wilh -r>0
feet  frontage  on   McKenzie
Avenue.
5. Rooming House, (10 rooms) on
Fourth Street.
Terms  to suit purchasers.   For
prices and particulars apply to
W. I. BRIGGS,
Solicitor,
sep 11 lm        First St., Revelstoke
WANTED!
S00 More Orders for Winter
Vegetables
Why pay Iwo prices for your winter
wants when by sending ilirccl to the
producer you can purchase al llrsl cost.
We are now quoting as follows)
Potatoee 80o. a hundred
Turnips, Beats and Carrots 60c.
a hundred
Cabbage 7 5c. a hundred
Onions $1.50 a hundred
Tomatoes,   Squach  and Pumpkins 2c. a pound
.M.l. OKIIKKS CAIUiFUI.LV in.i.i-.n
S. IVI. McGUIRE.
Ceneral Merchant,    -    Salmon Arm
sep 2 2  Mil
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Govbknmbnt Office, Nakusp,
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
•Tendei for Government Office and
Police Quarters," will be received by
the Honourable the Minister of Publio
Works up lo noon of Thursday, the
28th day of Ootober, LOOO, lor ihe erection and completion of a Government
Ulllet-nnd Police Quarters at  Nakusp,
ti. c.
Plans, specifications, contraot and
forms of tender may be seen on and
it'lei the 27th day of September, 1900,
ai Uu- ollice nf the Government Agent,
at Nelson; tho Government Ageut at
llevelsloke; Government Agent,Kaslo;
ilu- Mining Recorder at Nakusp, and
at thu I ii-piu-iiiii-ni. of I'uliiie Works,
Victoria, II. V.
Kach proposal must be accompanied
by nn accepted hank oheque or et-i-tili
ciilo nf doposd ou ii .-liai-lei'iil hank ol'
t'lioaila, iniulo piiji lo tho Hon. luu
Minister of Pnhhu Works, l'or a sum
equivalent   lu  inn pi i-  cent,  of  tin-
i uui nf the |ni,i|..r, which shall li"
forfeiled if lhe pail) ieiidoilngdcolino
to enter into eniiiraul when called
upon in do so, or ii ho I'n,I lu complete
Ilu- work coninirii.il for, 'lot- cheques
ot-certificates or deposit of un_>ucoess-
lul lenilt-n-is will hu  i vl in mil lol boll l
upon the uxeouiiun uf U,e contraot.
Tenders will not l nsidered unless   mildo  mil   no I1-.   I'..iin. ■ lipplli i|,
slgnod with tbo not ual siguatuiu ul the
tenderer, and enclosed in tin-envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or any louder not necessarily accepted.
K. O. GAMBLH,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Di-p.u tmeiit,
Victoria, B.C., September ,'iOth, KHW.
oct 0
NOTICE
llevelsloke I,antl District,.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, M. K. Lawson,
of Revolstoke,occupalion housekeeper,
inten I to apply foi permission to purohase Uu- lollowing ileocnheU lauds:
Commencing at it post planted at
the southeast coruer of Lot 8IH18 and
marked "AI. K. Lawson's northwest
corner pom,'' theuce 40 chains soulh;
tbeuce 40 chains west; thence20chuins
norlh; Ihence 2(1 chains oast; thence 211
chaius nurtb lo hneol Lot8008; thence
along said line io place of commencement,
MINNIE K.
Daled Sept. 7ih, LOOO.
LAWSON.
sep 8
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District ol  West Koolenny.
Take nolice that A. W. Dickinson,
of Arrowhead,occupation Lumberman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following desorlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted near
the north-east corner of Lot 7066 and
marked A. W. Dickinson's N. W. O.,
thence south 41) chains, east 40 chains,
north 40 chains to lake shore, thenee
west 40 chains following lake shore to
place of commencement,
A. W. DICKINSON.
Dale Aug. 10th, 1000.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notiee that Nels Hod ine, of
Troul Lake, B. C, occupation Miner,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described land:
Commeuciug at a post planted on
tin- norlh shore of Trout Lake between
llaskins and American points and
aliout. four miles froin I he foot, of the
Lake and maiked the S. ___•. corner
posl, thence 2D chains norlh, tlience
20 chains west or to Lake shore, thence
following lhe Lake shore to point of
commencement.
Located this 28th day of August, 1000.
Sep 8 OOd      NELS BODINE, Locator.
respect   their   •• ,in---l opinion
keeping alool Irom
ticipation in pari;, polil ii -     With
.-in K a polo y in
ing it to be in the    ■ sal ol
the State we   shall i losel;   ivati h
the ai lions   ol   publii    ervat I
this regard
It i- time thai i anada gol   bad
to the ideal of   a   non-part', i
service    The public service aa lhe
plaything of parly is a notion borrowed Irom the United States, with
all   its   rottenness and corruption.
The    reform    nl    tho public ler ll'
system lies at tin- root ol all reforms and we appeal to every well-
wii-lier of the li iminion, ol 'hi-
Province, ami ol the i ity lo unite
with us in promoting such a policy
Any public servant taking an active part in party politics should
be dismissed instanter, and the
Dominion, Provincial or Civic administration inaugurating that
policy and currying it out without
fear or favor will cam the esteem
and confidence uf thu people,
■ ' .1 '•.,-. n to ''ig garni   h
i be)  - .' >•• foum
.h ,ii both localities   «i"i •
-
•   recall   incidents
in 11.fir  .iwo   careers   oorrespoi
related   in  snob  plei
fashion in  • hese pages    lo thi ■ ■
way the .iniols in    Tha Gbarai I
: ii w-t iods ' loide
remind  numerous constant readers
character features shown hy Ilu
guides and revive many pleasant
memoriet -s rich -.t■ .r>-h..iin<- "f which
h the property   "I every sportsman
Kish    culture   in     Ncwl'ioiiillniid   will
receive attention Iron  every brother
of the   rod,   and   its   inclusion   ihowi
thai even at suoh a time the  inb
of the devotees ol the fishing ari ire
not negleotod,  Other seasonable pages
ar" givi'o making the numlmr one that
should he the companion of every
sportsman either at home or on his
vacation, giving him many pleasant,
ball hours in perusing what others
have dnnii in ennhling him to light
some of his own battles ever again.
■
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE  CLAY AND FIRE   BRICKS
■ -11 i,
t **    I - '      H    li
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A. PRADOLINI,  -  REVELSTOKE
•ffNt*$
SLICKERS
wear well
and thpy keep you
dry while you are
wearinq them
SOLD BY THE
BEST DEALERS
EVERYWHERE.
l»»i» Cuumas Outt Cunuw fitaliMMfe
The Pacific Pressed Brick Co., Ltd
(STEGER   SYSTEM)
CAPITALIZATION $100,000 IN SHARES OF $1.00 EACH, FULLY PAID UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE
1 lie pi'n,
ill" capital
abroad.
tli'-. new a
from St.
cou\ er,  ■
iii- ol 13. < . are gradually awakening lo the fact lhat a vast amount
that should be kept in circulation at home, is now being sent
For instance in the construction of ihe Dominion Trust Building,
<y scraper, now being erected in Vancouver, bricks were imported
,ouis, al a cosl ol $76 per thousand laid down in Van-
mi yet the Steger System Silica Brick is Successfully
Competing with this self same brick, in the market.at Si. Louis,
today, We can manufacture the S^ger Brick as cheaply in Vancouver,
i my portion "I 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 sec
any mone\ making possibilities in our proposition?
We are not seeking large capitalists for our proposition, i<> freeze out the
small shareholder, Experience has shown that all stable enterprises, even
lo the Government, are founded upon and supported by the people. The
Pennsylvania Railroad Company is composed of 45,000 shareholders and
this company is one ol lhe best paying and most successful enterprises in
tne business world today, Our proposition is founded upon one of the
most staple articles in use Sricks. We Know what we can manufacture for. We Know the enormous price being paid at the present
time for inferior bricks, We Know the large market now awaiting us,
and the contractors and architects Know the excellence of our bricks,
because many of them hive used our bricks in lhe United States,
What's the Answer?
CALL OR  ADDRESS) '
W. B. ROBERTSON, Fiscal Agent. REVELSTOKE. B.C.
{ THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Revelstoke Electoral District
TAKIO NOTIOE that I have received an objection in writing to your
name being retained on Mie List of Voters for the Revelstoke Eleotoral District, on one or more of the following grounds; That the person objected to is
dead; Unit he ceased for a period of six months next before the holding of the
Oourt lo reside in such Eleotoral District: that he is not, under the provisions
of the Aot, qualified to vote; that he was not so qualified to vote when his
name was placed on the Register of Voters.
■VA.MH OK I'llHSllN
OH.IECT1SD TO
RESIDENCE 01? PERSON
OBJECTED Tl)
Allan, Garland T.
Anderson, Andrew J.
Anderson, Wallace
Anderson, .Andrew .1.
Anderson, Oscar' V.
Al-insll-OUft, John Wilson
Armstrong, Robert
Armstrong, llt-niy V.
Armstrong, jr., Robert
Atchison, John
Ual iii. l-'l-cilk. 'I'.
Hunks, Ilir.ini  11.
Banks, William S.
Barber, William
Barrett, Josepli
.Harry. Prank
Beaton, John 11.
Bell, Geo. P.
Iietliiinc, Percy Stafford
Biggs, Reuben
Bilton, Peter M.
lllaek, John King
lllarl, Joseph
Blawett, XV. |.
Bolleau, Allrt-.l
Boyd, Geo.
Boyd, Daniel Allan
Bradley, William Guy
Branford, Edgar John
Bridger, Robert J.
Brown, Hugh A.
lirown. Prank G.
Burges?, Henry II.
Cameron, I.wi-n I).
Campbell, |ohn A.
Campbell, Walter 1-:.
Campbell, Geo. B.
Campbell, Angus
Camozzi, S.
Carlson, Andrew
Caron, O. Portuna
Carson, William Henry
Carlyle, Leonard H.
Carr, William George
Carr, Percy A.
Casson, Henry
Chambers, William A.
Chartrand, Yldaize
Chartier, Telesphoro
Christie, Herbert Geo.
Christopherson, Carl
Christison, Robert I*!
Clarke, Russell li.
Clark, Geo. Rupert
Clark. Geo. M.
Clark, Anthony C.
Clark. Hunt
Clarke, David 1).
Clark, Abraham I-!.
Clark, Charles
Clegg, Mm
Cole i harles
Coughlan, Fred
Coy, I harles
Crawford, Alexander
Grawford, John A.
Croft, John
Crowle, S. I).
Davidson, James
DeRose, Philip
Devonport, James
Donovan, Michael J.
Doyle, Harr\
Defour, Felix
Dyer, John
Bdwards, Frederick
Egan, Thomas
Misner, Norman
Entwistle, Richard
Fish, Arthur Henry
Fleishman, A. A.
Fluke, Alfred
Fowler, Walter
Fraser, Clifford
Fraser, Amus
Fraser, Aaron
Fraser, Malcolm
Fulton, Jaqies C>.
Fulton, Rdwin R.
Gibb, Peter 1-.
Goldsmith, George
Graham, J. Mc.
Graham, Thos. Jas.
Greenwood, Maurice
I'.rue, Amos
Guthrie, William
Harlow Henry
Hay-ward, William A.
Hayward, Fred
High. George W.
Hill. I harles
Hold, Afcxander
Hopkins, William E.
Houlahan, T. .1.
Howell. James
Ives, Thomas A.
Jt-iiisiiii, Arthur R.
Jensen, ' hri-ai m A.
Johnson, George
Johnson, Robt. I-;.
Junes. Kenneth M.
Jones. Stanley A.
Julian. Mike
Kane, Willrid J.
Kane, R, A
Kelly, Thomas
Ken ward, Alfred
Kennedy, 1). J.
Kimberley, l-jluard
Lade, Vincent F.
Lade, Janus A.
Lahgill, Rnliert
Langell, Joshua
Lawrence, Prederlck W.
Lawrence, James
Leonard, William
Lepine, Edgar
I.t-vir, Philip
Lewis, I-. II.
Lindsay, Jnhn W.
Lunib, Pearson A
Macllonalil, Wilfrid J.
MacDonald, Roderick
MacKcti/ir. II. <'..
Madden, Henri I'.
Maddex, Ruben J.
JMagee, John
Mailloux, J. I-.
Mann, ttdward A.
March, Charles
Mauohe, A. I..
JM ether.ill, Beecher
Miller, William
Montgomery, Angus
Morgan, Frank S.
Morrison, John
Morrison, John 0.
Moultoil. William
Mown, Wellington S.
Mown, William
Munro, Robert tl.
Murdock, Jus. C.
Murkiir, John
Murphy, Hotitrt
Hurray, Robt, <'..
Murray, Alex. H.
McAdiiin, Alex.
McCaffrey, (Huts.
McCalluiii, Angus
Mcl'alliitii, John N,
Mt-Clure, Hugh
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Allow lieail
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelslnke
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Hevelstoke
Beaton
Kevelsloke
Revelstuke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Camliorne
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelsloke.
Revelstoke
Beaton
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Beaton
Arrowhead
Revelsloke
Revelstoke
Camliorne
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Beaton
Bean in
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Goldlields
Kevelstoke
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Wigwam
Arrowheail
Arrowheail
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Beaton
Arrowheail
Revelstoae
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Camliorne
Beaton
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Arrowheail
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Beaton
Goldfields
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Camborne
Goldfields
Revelstoke
Camliorne
Revelstoke
Oamborne
Oamborne
Oamborne
Arrowhead
Hevelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrow!) -ud
i'.I'M Hi-Ms
Goldfields
Rev t-Kioke
Revelstoke
Revelsloke
Revelsloke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Beaton
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
Arrowheail
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelsloke
Arrowhead
St. Leon
Oamborne
Kevelsloke
Arrowhead
Camborne
Goldfields
Oamborne
Beaton
Arrowheail
Arrowheail
Arrowhead
PROFESSION, TRADE
OH CALLING
Engineer
Mechanic
Blacksmith
Sawyer
Farmer
Machinist
Maohlnist
Dining Car  Kmp
Maohlnist
Laborer
Bushman
Logger
Lumberman
Machinist
Laborer
l-'irein.-ni
Laborer
Butcher
Clerk
Laliorer
Millwright
Clerk
Teamster
M iner
Lumberman
Rancher
Engineer
Transitman
Freighter
Lumberman
Cigar Manf.
Merchant
Fireman
Lumberman
Teamster
Miner
Railway Coin.
Filer
Merchant
Laborer
Miner
Carpenter
Engineer
Brakeman
Brakeman
Lumberman
Clerk
Millmaii
Shovehnan
Rancher
Laborer
Farmer
Despatcher
Miner
Carpenter
Clerk
Bushman
Trainman
Carpenter
Clerk
Shoemaker
Carpenter
Millmaii
Lumberman
Freighter
Freighter
Miner
Rancher
Engineer
Miner
C. 1'. R. Shops
C. P. R. Agent
Grader
Scaler
Lumberman
Lumberman
Lumberman
Steamfitter
Coppersmith's Up.
Machinist Hpr.
Trav. Salesman
Lumberman
Deckhand
Tel. Operator
Carpenter
Lumberman
Engineer
Machinist
Lumberman
Waiter
Miller
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
Miner
Miner
Miner
Lumberman
Gentleman
Tinsmith
Laborer
Lumberman
Miner
Insur. Agent
Tel   Operator
Machinist
Machinist
Carpenter
Doin. ICx. Agent
Accountant
Lumberman
Carpenter
S. S. Agent
Millmaii
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Tel. Operator
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Miner
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Contractor
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Teamster
Lumberman
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McDermid. Hugh C.
McGowan, Robert
Mcintosh. Duncan A.
Mclsaac, Dougald D.
McLaughlin, Morley 1
McLennan. John D.
McLeod, John
McLeod, Angus
McLeod, George F.
McLeod. Archie
McPherson. James D.
Nahrsted, Henry.
Neal, Frederick R.
Olson, Peter
Page. Thomas H.
Parker. Robert
Partelou. Roy M._
Paul, Edward
Peppard] Lawrence
Peppard, Aubrey S.
Persson, Gustave
Perry, Joseph
Peterson. August
Poirier. Hector
Pombert, George
Ralph. Samuel S.
Reinoiid. Gabriel
Richard. William S.
Robertson, I). J.
Robinson. Ceo. S.
Rosaignol, John
Rossworm, Wesley A.
Sadler, George H.
Saininonils, l-'redk.  I.
Sandham, W. A.
Sangster, George
Shaver. Henry A.
Shaw, lolin
Shaw, John J.
Shaw, John V,
Smith, Peter J.
Soucie. Frank
Soucie, Andrew
Spurling, John 1-1.
Stewart, lied W.
Stevens, Robert
Stew irt, I ieo. A.
Sumner, George
Sutherland, John J.
Taylor, Stephen
Thorn. George.
W'eir, Edward
Weir, E.
Wharton. J. II.
Whiffen, Frank E.
Wit-kens. W. K.
Widdicombe, John
Wilson. William T.
Wilder. Frank
Wills, Alfred
Williams.  Henri-.
Wood, John A. '
Wood, J. A.
Woodland, James J.
Wright, Merrill B.
Zschiedrich, Charles
Zschiedrich. Ernest C.
Arrowhead
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Beaton
Revelstoke
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Revelstoke
Comaplix
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Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Beaton
Revelstoke
Kevelstoke
Revelstoke
Kevelsloke
Kevelsloke
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Goldfields
Arrowhead
Oamborne
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Arrowhead
Oamborne
1 tails Landing
Halcyon
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
('amtiorne
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Comaplix
Beaton
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Kevelstoke
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Arrowhead
Lumberman
Millmaii
Miner
Bridge Carpenter
Lumberman
Conductor
Miner
Miner
Barber
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Fireman
Miner
Merchant
Miner
Fireman
Lumberman
Laborer
Laborer
Laborer
Lumberman
Planeriuan
Miner
Captain
Carpenter
Miller ,
Master Mariner
Cook
Lumberman
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Planeriuan
Storekeeper
Miner
Miner
Farmer
Teamster
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Despatcher
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Barber
Carpenter
Bri'lginuii
Electrician
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Laborer
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Ledger-keeper
Clerk
Lumberman
Teamster
Butcher
Freight Clerk
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Bartender
Mill Foreman
Lumberman
Laborer
Lumberman
AND TAKK NOTIOE lhat at the Court of Revision to be held on the 1st
day of November, 1900, at Court House, Kevelstoke. B. 0,, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon I shall bear 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 llame of the said Register.
-     Dated this -Ith day of October, 1909.
K.  EDWARDS,
Registrar of Voters for Revelstoke Electoral District.
NOTICE
Take notice that I intend to make
application to the Superintendent ot
Provincial Police for a transfer of retail liquor license of the Lardeau Ho
tel, Comaplix, now held by me to R.
M. Evans.
Dated Sept. 29tb, 1909.
Jos. Dumont.
NOTICE
Take notice that one month after
date we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for permission to transfer licence now held
by ns for the Lakeview Hotel, Arrowhead, to Chapman & Irwin.
Dated Oct. 1st, 1909.
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Owing to difficulties in delivering in
November and December, we will not
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will deliver all orders promptly at $2
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load for five loads and over.
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INVEST
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will come liack to you if you spend it
at home. It is gone for ever if you
send it to the Mail Ordei House. A
glance through our advertising columns will give you an idea where it
will buy the most.
A lew of your space dollars on winter
Underwear, Clothing and Hoots and
Shoes at Julio Hull's Sale. .Most of the
summer goods have In-en 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 for cash at wholesale prices.
Such well known goods* im Sauford's
clothing, Stanlield's underwear, Hell's,
Mcpherson's and other makes of first
class shoes; all of which must be cleaned
out bv the first of the new year. Are
you Interested in saving money ? We
nave lived up In what we advertised nt
the start and will continue to ilo so until the stock is disposed of.
JOHN BULL,
Revelstoke, B. C.
THE POULTRY YARD
Winter Egg Production—Some
Useful Hints
(Continutd from last issue.)
Probably a still more satisfactory house is found in the Woods
fresh-air house, which bears out
the principle of the former, providing some advantages especially for poultry traders on Vancouver Island. It is of the semi-
Monitor type, being about two
antl a half feel in front, which is
entirely open, and this runs back
aboul half the depth of the
house, while the back part of the
house which contains the roosting quarters, with nest boxes beneath, is uf convenient height
I'm- the attendant tn work in. It
may be six feet high behind,
sloping up a little tn the centre
of the house. In the upper front
part of this back portion, and
above the front section of the
house, small windows may be
placed. With these open in the
daytime, especially in warm weather, a free circulation of air is
obtained at all times.
CLEANLINESS
There should be a moderate degree of cleanliness for commercial purposes. The runs should
never be allowed to be contaminated. In our climate, where we
have a very moist atmosphere
part of the year, and our summers and winters are compari-
tively temperate, the manure is
active most of the time, but the
question of the contamination of
the soil has been largely disregarded by the majority of poul-
trvnien. Dr. G. B. Morse has
proven that the so-called "White
Diarrhoea" is caused by a germ
called "Coceidium tenellum,"
which may arise from contaminated soil. The land should be
top-dressed with lime and plowed frequently. It is a good practice to sprinkle the runs with a
weak solution of sulphuric acid.
It cannot be too strongly emphasised that poultry keeping should
be ranked with some form of
cultivation of the soil.
KEED1NG  KOR EGGS
First, we must have essentially
egg-laying breeds, and good
strains of lhat breed. The birds
should be well-grown, pullets
should be hatched comparativeiy
early, and should be well-fed and
housed throughout the growing
stage. Mature, healthy, thrifty
birds are a prime necessity in
winter egg production. Selection must be practised.
The hen that lays is the hen
that pays. She pays best when
eggs are dearest. It should be
our object then to secure eggs
during high priced periods, and
that is in the fall antl early winter. Any hen can lay in the
spring when prices are dropping,
but it takes a good one to lay in
the proper season. A few eggs
from each hen in this season of
the year means a great deal when
prices range from 4 cents per egg
upwards.
However, the food that laying
lens receive is only one of the
actors which may affect the production of eggs, but the food
that fowls receive is under definite control, while some of the
other factors are heredity, environment of the weather, which
can be controlled only indirectly
or not at all.
Egg production depends upon
the activity of the ovaries, and
this activity in turn, at least to a
large extent, depends upon the
physical vigor of the individual
birds. Heavy egg production
then is principally a problem of
how tu maintain laying hens in a
high state of health, and the
question befure us at present is
how to accomplish this purpose,
but it should nut be forgotten
lhal constitutional vigor is as
much a matter uf fresh air, exercise and Inherited stamina, as
it is a matter of food, A hen requires food in order to furnish
energy to carry nn the various
activities of the body, and to
keep the body warm, lo build up
the tissues and organs, and to
keep them in repair, and to supply material from which eggs
can be elaborated.
We can readily understand
that different classes of foods arc
necessary. To obtain the best
results in feeding let us lirst consider of what the egg is composed in order that we may understand the more clearly what to
feed lo supply those constituents
of the egg. The egg is largely
composed nf ash, protein and fat,
besides water. The fat is the
cheapest and easiest constituent
to supply, while protein is more
difficult to obtain and is much
more expensive. Many foods
are excessively rich in fat, such
as corn, while others, such as
beef scrap, are excessively rich
in protein, hence we can see why
botenay
V Steel Range ^^
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
illustration.
show method;
"of ventilation.)
'The air in the
oven is always
kept pure. The
natural flavor
of   every
article is
completely
retained
Everything
tastes most
delicious.
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Sl. Boniface College, which U situated across lhe river from Winnipeg, in the cily of St. Boniface, is directed by the Jesuit Fathers. It has
four courses ot studies, a Course in Arts (four year), leading to H,.\:
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years), preparing for Matriculation, medical entrance, law entrance examination, etc.; a Commercial Course (two years), leading to a diploma of accountant, and a Preparatory Course (two years), tor the
benefit, of those who are not sufficiently prepared for the Grammar Course
and the Commercial Course. Tho Commercial Course is conducted in
English, and in all the other departments there are two parallel course*.
one in English and one iu French.
Students  are accepted   either  as   boarders,   day    scholars,    or   half
boarders.       For  prospectus and   particulars   apply   to REV.  FATHER
Rector, St. Boniface College, St  Boniface, Man.
The College reopens Wodnesday. September t. at 7 p.n
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upholstered in high grude silk, oi
dmiiusk, with frames that are in every
conceivable design, ami made to wear
indellnitely. Wo have many new and
lie.intitnl parlor sets und odd pieces for
beautifying the home that are taste
fill, ellcetive and inexpensive, and wd-
show yi ur rooms to the best advantage.
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all there is to know abuut. fruit growing, fur the reason tlmt the latter'.,
knon-ledg" of conditions elsewhere is
not always applicable to conditions in
B, C. And the men wbo come, admitting they know Utile li.it anxious to
learn, appear ii variably to make a
success. I hud this very forcibly
brought to niv attention when 1 attended the National Apple Show in
Spokane last December. The man
who won the second prize of live hundred dollars in the carload coinpetion
did not know anything about growing
fruit when be came  to   Yahimu   from
THE FRUIT GROWER
Ten Acres is Ample for a Fruit
farm
A writer in the N.W, Farmer, says:
''For years 1 have been more or less
of a doubter about the ullimate results lo be attained in fruit growing
in Uritish Columbia. 1 always was
inclined io discount the optimism
of enthusiasts. But so de li nite have
been the results, and so comprehensive
the proof, that 1 am compelled to ad- j Illinois elevi n yeara ago. But he was
mit the industry is fullilliug all the ', willing and anxious to learn with the
expectations of the optimist and not a remit that he has now one of the
few dreams of the dreamer of a few j choicest and best kept orchards in
years ago are coming true. ! that section of the country.    Another
One of the most striking things ! man who is now one of the big fruit
about the present II. C. fruit land ' men ol" Washington only went into
movement is that very few of those' the fruit business when his health
coming to tbe province to engage in failed to such an extent tbat he had
fruit growing have had any previous ; to give up school teaching. That he
experience in horticultural pursuits , whs an apt sindent in ttie fruit busi-
I I am Iir id I y of the opinion that more ness is shown by the fact, thai be sold
'former occupations are represented ; one crop of his seven-year-old fifty-
1 among the fruit growers of British ] acre orchard for thirty-three thousand
1 Columbia than any one other occupa-1 dollars,    Thia sounds like il fairy tale,
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
are disposing of tlieir entire-Stock at a
small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate their prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watcher
Doyle and Allum, Limited
tion that could be named. U.ictors,
lawyers, merchants and professional
men of all kinds are represented, 1
met a man a few days ago who has
followed mining all his life, but now
| at about forty years of age, he has determined to leave behind the up and
down career of the prospector for
something, where although the results
in instances may not be as large, are
certainly more definite.
How does the inexperienced fruit
grower succeed? Speaking frankly,
beseems to Bucceed very well. Indeed, he appears to succeed very much
I know, but 1 had the opportunity of
testing the truth of the statement and
found it to be absolutely correct.
One of tbe reasons for the Buccess of
the amateur grower is that there ure
now so many ways of disseminating
information, impossible a few years
ago. Tbe experiment stations are do-
iug a great work. The fruit grower
who is willing to read and study can
keep in touch witb all that is going
ou along the lines of experimenting
with uew varieties, orchard cultivation
method of spraying, kind of spray,
etc.   And, be it said to the credit  of
GET YOUR BLACKSMITHINGdbT
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HorsE-StioEing & Carnage Worka Spscialtg
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i $10.00   PER   MONTH
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Residences,   Building   Lots
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Money to Loan
Industrial Stocks
For Sale
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W. B. ROBERTSON
First Street
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Uash Fricea Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
r
The Vernon fire showed the need
of our^
PATENT ROOF AND HOTEL LADDER.
The hest safe-guard in which you can invest. livery hotel should
be fitted with these as a matter of safely to occupants, Bverj house
should have one on its roof,
~J
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Only 45c. a Foot.    Sample un view here.
Fifty tons of   locally grown
potatoes,  in  lois  to  suit pur-
? chasers,    Superior quality.
. o     _-/r_».»w. ...At.  ........  ...,,,. ft
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better than tlie man who conies to the I the 1'rovincial government, they seem
country with the  idea that he knows I to be doing all they can to foster and
 _t-t_t  -  promote the growth of the industry.
All told, some 26 inspsctors are uow
stationed at various points throughout
the province wb Be duty it is to visit
the various urohaidB Hiid   to  see  that
tiny are  kept  free from   ii sacls  and
pests.    So   thorough   has  iheir work
; been that very few  expert  orchardists
; pay a visit to British   Columbia with
out making soma favorable comment
on the cleanliness of the orchards.
Tbat the
WOKK  Ol   INSPECTORS
is of material assistance to the growers
goes without saying. They often learn
io a short time what would take years
of experience to teach. And in this
I connection let me mention that an
i instance was brought to my attention
| a few days ago, wbere iu a certain
J dislriot, the inspector pronounced the
j oichard of a man who knew absolutely
I nothing about the business three
| years ago as being the cleaneBt, the
! most free from peBts, and the best in
! every way that he had seen.
I am aware  that  the   idea tbat a
man can make a living for himself and
his family on a ten-acre plot has been
very severely ridiculed in  some quar-
i terB.    I must confess agnin that 1 wss
a doubter myself,    lt did  appear  al-
; most impossible.    But I  see  it being
done in so ninny instances that   I   am
'compelled to  believe.    Just the other
day I met a  man  from  Arizona who
was thinking of   buying a   partly improved fruit  ranch  and  when   1   saw
him lirst he was of  the  opinion   thai
nothing   Icbs   than  lilteen   acres,  at
! least, would furnish a living for  him
', self and family.    But after he had met
and talked  with  growers for several
days, a week iu fact,  he  had come lo
the conclusion that
TEN ACRES WOULD UB Al.l.
be would be able to lind time to cultivate imd look after, and that with
proper care and attention ho cuuld
make as much off it as he could oil'a
larger block when less Intensive inelh-
ods of rjltivation were employed.
Oue of the big problems is the
selection of varieties. It is curious
how much difference there is in the
climate ol ono valley and another. In
aggregate there does not seem to be so
much difference because it is hard to
lind any section to which some particular variety or varieties are adapted.
But I have seen instances where a
Spltnenburg or a Vellow Pippin, for
instance, would do well iu a certain
locality and forty or fifty miles oil'
would not do well al all lor the simple
reason that these varieties require a
long growing season and a very hot
climate to mature them properly.
Consequently, where there is an excess of moisture and no need for irri
gallon these varieties are very good
ones to pass by. But whero they
matiuewell, there is no apple more
profitable for they bring top prices
on tbe English msrket.
Are You a Lover
of good Bread, Cakes
and Pastry? If so. give
us a trial and pet the
best. Fancy goods and
Wedding Cakes are our
specialty.
City  Bakery
J. W. GARLAND
FOR SALE
I'n ill's epistle to the Philippians, III,
13 "This oue thing I do; forgetting
those things which are behind and
roacbing further into those things
which are before." Tbe rev. gentle-
m ui Baid a moot beautiful letter was
this of St. Paui to the Christians of
I'hilippi, the churoh with which be
was bo closely rela'.ed, It wns for bim
to forget the past and set his mind
upon the future, ever pressing on in
liis great work—the prize that was set
before bim. Paul was au enthusiast
and it was tbis enthusiasm that called
him into contact with the Christians,
and light for his Lord and Master.
Tu-night tbey were meeting under
new conditions and so fnr  as  he  waB
concerned it would be dt-ceitlulness to
sny that he ignored the past. To-night
they were meeting as a re united congregation in thiB the first I'resbyterian '
church in Revelstoke.    They had their
past, and it  was that  past  that  had
affected them.   The   past  would  tell
the story of  the future.    When  they I
considered past conditions thore is one
thing  that   might   have escaped tbe j
notice   of some,  but did  not escape i
him.   He had  felt  tbat  tbe  Presbyterian church   here   wtaild  never   be i
able to coma  to its  own   and do  its
work until it had passed through deep
waters   and   tribulations,    The  work
here was handed  to him   to do.    He
tried to do it, and if one inlluenco had
been  kept  out  of   the  congregation
many   things   that     bad    happened
would   never    have    happened,   and
troubles and difficulties  that existed
once would bave been gotten over. He
referred to the action  of the Presby- |
l.ery at  Kamloops—a  weak    Presbytery—a band of men  weak in  them- I
■-"Ives,  who   made   the   fundaments/ worker h thlhem, seeking   to exerap-
mi-take of going outside  ihe consti-   ''fy tbe life he had tried to live in tbil
tutiouofthe   church   and   trying to f""',""" ,;>       "  ''   '!«e things aUo-
. ,    . ,   lutely i.e ■•-- ■ ■-. ■   • pirt was the
force a congregation into their way of oultivftti ,       .   and lofty regard
tbinkuig.    Had thfy, when tbey were   for the .-.■    i cb.    I'hore
asked to come here, acted in the spirit  might be  men   in   ibe   ministry tbey
of Presbyterianism ami 1. yalty to tlie couId '" t re-pec     r I ive, hut let tbem
„„„„,:,„,: ,    , ,, "     .'      ,. , remember when they called a  man to
cunslitiiHn of the   church,  the   di   i- .      .,
• Iftt  their   minister   be   stood   between
culties   would   have  disappeared and j them and their Creator.
many things that had happened would      A   minister   could   n ;    reach  bis
never hnve happened.   His contention ' highest il1, ••■       • -- they placed   him
was fur  living truths  and  that  eon-  ", i'.1',"""""'  ''   '" '"" '"'.'J'   Hnan-
, ,.       , i cially  hut   gave    tbe.n   their  whole-
tentii))) forced on him the  opposition gouled co-operation and support, These
of tbe Presbytery.   There were things  th iugs must be  d ne and   he  Ousted
that had to be dealt with in some way
and by some person. He tried to do
his work and be true to it. He made
his mistakes aud did not show tbe
judgment he might have done. He
said this, not iu self defence but just
to throw light on Bome of tbe difficulties and he trusted they would be
willing to leave tliese behind them
that night ns they went out from that
church. They had bad their joys and
sorrows. In passing frum the old
building they did so with feelings of
sorrow. It was his lirst mid only
congregation in tbe west, but once tlie
service was closed he lelt the past
behind, and went to the new, and, as
he trusted, profitable work. He had
the opportunity of his life before him
in the brief ministry  of  the  next few
they would he done, A, they looked
into tbe future it was only this way
they could benefit themselves and the
community in wiiicb tbey lived.
LADIEB  ORGANIZE
The ladies of tbe united J'resby-
teriau church held a special meeting
in .-t. John's church parlors on Mon-
day, Oot. llth. The officers of both
auxiliaries resigned and the new ones
eiectnl were: Pres . Mrs, H. \V. Laing;
Secretary, Mrs. J.T, Teller; Treasurer,
Mrs. II. Brace; all three will hold
ollice until the New Vear. NoThanks-
giving dinner will be given this year.
Instead the ladies decided U ask a
Thanksgiving offering from each
member of St. John's church. Preparations are in hand  for St. Andrew's
night. Regular meetings are held on
months. In a few weeks be would be the second and fourth Tuesdays uf
dropping   into  tbe ranks  and   a  cu-1 each month.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
BEVELSTOKE    __B.  O.
Ssle of Mineral Claims in the Revelstoke Assessment District
I hereby give notice that on Monday, the 1st day of November, A. I).. IB09, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the
forenoon, ut lhe Oourt House, Hevelstoke, I shall offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list hereafter
set out, of which Urown Grants have been issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by snid persons on the
80th June, A.M., llHIl), and for costs and expenses of sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid,
LIST ABOVE   MENTIONED
REGISTERED OWNER llll GRANTEE
F, C. Elliott, W. li. Newcombe	
Ole Sandburg, T. McKirday Graham.
XV. Cowan, and John Abrahamson ..
Thos, Dunn and W. Kartell.   .
F, C. Campbell et al	
Chnrles W. McOrossan	
Lardeau Valley Mines, Limited
Wide Wesi Colli Min. (' f Uu-deau
Howard Cold & Silver Mining Co.Ltd
NAME OF  I I.AIM
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I   H E All-purpose  Flour, and
superior   for   every  purpose.
Highest  grade  in lhe world.     Purity
label   guarantees success, or your
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"More bread anil better bread."
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Mill, .1 ST. BONirAfF   CODrHlril   PRANDON
OIlu    .'.     ■-( .--■
PUftiE? IFUIUR
THE CHURCHES
W.  A. Wood'.
An nii-
1590
Isabella	
15.")"
Hope].	
1568
1559
Red Fox	
1660
Home Fraction	
15111
Maple Leaf	
1662
Oak Leaf	
1503
Florean fraction	
1691
Lanark	
15IJ2
Lanark
1692.
Sutton
2001
Lust Lanark Fraction
2777
Blue Jay 	
2779
Warwick l-'r.ul ion
2771)
Civile fraction     	
277S
Free Coinage
1588
Lone Pine	
15711
Butte
4509
Anna
5330
Joseph
5887
Maud
5338
Spokane
1300
Maggie May
2IH7
.Maggie Mav No. 2
2112
Interloper Praction
2443
Ituby Praction
2111
Glengarnock
5878
John L
..-.lis
Minrveii Fraction
58911
l.i/.n Praction
.V.nio
Lakeview
0454
Ontario
0155
Wide  West
0153
A. K. Praction..
7 IIH
Hell Boy
, 112
May
7430
May No. 1
7 tits
May No. 2
7430
MayNo.3
7437
May No. 1
7135
May No. 5
7434
Glooscap Nn. 2
725s
lllooscan No, n
725U
Porbt'S l-'l.iel inn
7.7.12
Heward Pracl ion
12.1.1
Pilot Praction
7_.'.l
Morning Star
12. i2
Homo Hun Lode
i2->li
lint tier
7nls
Union Jack
7o I'.l
Pilot
70.71
Florence
7U51
Kootenay No, 1
7217
Kootonay No, -
72 is
Koolenay No, 3 Prac.
725U
.1 imilin
7052
Independent .
7053
1 .hi do
7211'
Ha II lei  No.   1
72.'. 1
2807
Silver How
27-2
Seol ia
27 sl
Lli/.ub.th
2785
Gloucester
2758
Clown Point
275H
Hi ill.-ill/a  King
2058
Last Chance
2isi'.r,
Alice
2i 157
Alice Fraction
2001
Tom Kihvanl
1! I7S
('upper Queon
0177
Pedro
7690
.Minnie P
7507
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30 00
15 00
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27 00
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21 50
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1-ltEHIIYTI.ItlAN
On Sunday evening Hev. VV. C.
Calder preached his farewell sermon
at Sti Andrew's ohurch, thus completing the union of Ht. Andrew's and
Knox churches undei the new titlo of
St John's. The church was crowded.
Kev, J, lt. Kobertsou assisled in tbe
services. There was a choir of about
20 voices, Miss Lawson presiding nt
the organ.
Hev. Mr, Caldor look as bis text
David II. Wilson   	
Prodi-rick Young	
John II. Ilo.oe   	
David II. Wilson	
Chun C in re Westfall ....
rhe Metropolitan Gold & silver.Min-
Ing Co, of Lardeau. H.C.. Limited
(iiiiii-|H-rsiiiiiil liability)       New Vork 5325
.1   , Boston 632(1
• •   . Chicago 5:f27
11    1 Monl real 5328
n      San Francisco 5329
11      Falrvlow 6880
• •       Mi'tropolit.'inl-'iai-lion 5381
••      Chicago Fraction 5332
n   Knmloops 1962
Triune 5681
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Dated al Hevelstoke, H. C„ this 5th day of 1 Iiitobei. 1908
E. Edwards,
Deputy Assessor and Collector, Hevelstoke Ass' isineiil District. THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. U.
Stock of Fall Goods Now Complete
Kvery dav for some time we have been knocking the lids off cases and to-day we
conscientiously believe we have ready for your inspection one of the finest and
most up-to-date Stocks ever offered the citizens of Revelstoke.
Women's Fur Sets, women's seper-
ate skirts, girls and misses seperate
skirts, women's seperate coals, girls and
misses coats, women's rain coats, warm
underwear for women, flannelette night
wear. Net and Silk blouses, Silk un
derskirts, wool shawls. Gloves, Corsets
and Hosiery, I.aces. Belts and up-to-
date Neckwear,
Table 1
.inen and Napkins,  Fl
annel
and
Cotton
Bl
tnkets   and   Com
forts.
Men's and buys
:lothing.     Men s
Hats
and Caps,
Men's  Furnishings,
Boots
and
Shoes,
Ru
jbeis and etc,     I
u lacl
we 1
lave all
the
ines ol goods which go
to 111
ake up
in n
)-to date store.
See lit
1. li
the newest style
i,   we.
art:
is ready
as i
ver to serve you.
REID & YOUNG
LOCAL AIID GENERAL
Chief Justice Hunter .-r Judge
Clement will take tbe assizes at Kevelstoke next week,
Albert Sbadford, a C, P. B. man
employed at Clacier, was brought in
to "tlie hospital on Monday with n
broken leg.
The Montreal lacrosse team beat
the Shamrocks on Saturday by a
score of tive to one, thus winning the
championship of tbe Eastern league.
Don't croak. Leave tbat to frogs in
stagnant pools. A tew croakers though
are necessary in every community to
measure the rate o! pro ress at which
live men are advancing.
Hon. Fiank Oliver, Minister of the
Interior, left Edmonton yesterday fi r
Hritish Columbia, where be will spend
a week. It is expected that Mr.
Oliver will spend one day in this city
At the police court on Saturday J.G.
Holmes on a charge of vagrancy, was
sentenced to ten days' imprisonment.
Accused was a dope fiend, a morphine
injection outtit being fonud ou him.
When you see a banana peel resting
on the eidew.ilk and a fat man unconsciously approaching it, tbe indications point to an early Iall, and some
suow in tbe neighborhood before
spring.
The kickers and croakers bave no
place iu m city with the push and pro-
jrH5.jvene.--s of our t -w ll. The man
wb opposes n leded publio improve-
mei t; aud strnds in the way of pre j
gress is no  a good citizen.
K. A. Townley. of Vancouver,
Crand Chancellor of the Knights of
Pythias of 13 C, passed through the
city recently en route Bouth. Mr.
Townley is making bis ollicial visits
and expects to visit Gold Range
Lodge, Kevelstoke, in about ten  days,
W. E. Burnhim, representing the
tbe Lyceum Concert Co , is endeavoring to arrange witb the members ol
the local l'ramatic Club to put on a
Comic opera iu November, using tbe
mem tiers of the Lyceum Concert Co.
as principals. As yet the date has not
been set.
The evening choir ol ths Methodist
Church expect to give a grand Sacred
Concert on Sunday evening, at the
usual time of service. A short address will be delivered by the pastor on
Singing Sacred Sung, and the reasons
why we should do it." The choir will
be in lull f"rce, aud fully prepared.
Mr Cartwrigbt. tbe C.P.K. engineer,
paid a visit, accompanied by Mayor
Lindmark and Mr. HoB'ner to tbe sile
o! tin- new power dam on the lllecillewaet, ami endorsed tlie city iin
behalf ilthe i'.l' K . whose main lim
rum .. ng tbi lllecillewaet river al
thi |        of tbi pi  p -• d 'lam.
H   J    Hi thi' r, liiitisii  Columbia .-
:■\ .-• -• ntstive ol tbi engineering lirm
ol Smith   Kerry snd Chase   ol   1
irrived  In  the eity yesterday
ing   '..  arrange f r  tbe work ol
erectio   thi   ne* oeroenl power I >
Mr. Smith, 11 • bead    I tbe I rm will
.- i.i . -1 ■ • in "k
■ mil r    M_.lir.it. , in   replying  to .1
letti r   Ir B    M rgan snd i'
-[.. net. 0 the subject ol Local Op
ti d, says "1 can assure you ll Is the
govern mi nt - intent ion t tske » plebiscite in tbn |ui ' i'n Ai the present I in, not in a I- -aion to make *
public snnouncement In this regard,
Vou may rest satisfied that ample
time will be giveu between the announcement anil tlie taking iii the
plebisi Ite,
PRESERVING FRUITS
are now coming in including Peaches, Pears, Plums
and Crabs, and as the quantity is very limited we
would advise you to place your orders with us at once
and we will guarantee delivery, otherwise you are
quite liable to be disappointed.
FRUIT JARS in three sizes Pints, Quarts and
Half-gallons, every jar guaranteed.   Rubber rings to tit
Hobson's Bakery & Grocery
Your Insurance
Is  one of  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
•«
I BULBS!
for House and Garden Culture
I _, j ■. 11 f Inn early in tin-
1     , hii om bi llci ii lh« s|n ing
Ul, II \\ I i) \ Hrielic .-I Urge
Single 11 Si
'   I ' ■    I'     .    ..:    I I .   1.  .lllll
1     • '   Naii'Ksus.     M-...
I    1     1 1 .111,1  Snowdrops,
in mini-. -. I. •
Plant ind   reap  \o)   and
pleasure nexl Spring,
Bews1 Drug&Stationery Store
The regular review of Mt. McKenzie
! Hive,   L.O.T.M.,   wi'l   take   place on
Thursday, the 16th, at  'I  p.m., at the
1 Masonic   Hall,  Second    Btreet.      All
1 members are requested  to attend.
If you are a kicker aud see the
shadows of failure in everything that
lis proposed to help the town, for
I heaven's sake go into some secluded
canyon and kick your own shadow on
the clay bank, and give the men who
are working to build up the tuwn a
chance. One lung-faced, hollow-eyed,
whining, caping, chronic kicker can
do more to keep away business and
Oapital from a town thin ail the
drouths, short crops, chinch bugs,
cyclones aud blizzards combined.
SOCIAL IM PERSON!!
Mrs. K. 11. Weils left Sunday
visit to Baud.
T. E. I., rayli I   iday on '
holiday trip to 1 111 1    u
A. M. Pinkham an ivi 1!  m 3al nrday
Irom Golden on .1 elmrt visit.
Mi3   ';    M. Clark       Nelson   -   •■-
newlng iciiuaintaoces in thi
week.
A. McRae reiurned Sunday
visit to tbe 'ilu'"
1 he pr urn-.
Mr-. Bourne ind cbildn 1
Monday b take n 1 he Fail 1
Westmln iter,
Mr.  ami   Mr-   0    -    McCarti
turned Saturday from  n  visil  i" thi
A. V P. E ■ position at   le iti le,
-uu.lay tbey took   in   the  show
nessed I he biggest crowd 1 hat h ei    sl
iittenileil it.    Mr. M'-.C.iit.i r  "peaks   in
high   terms   ol the display at the en
posil ion
W M. Brown of llevelstnke v ,- ,
visitor ta Kamloops today says the
Kamloops Sentinel, and ins host of
Irlends   in   this '-.ity wen- glad to wel-
cume. him.    Mr     lirown is une of   the
hest, known pioneers ol the upper
country and his wide popularity with
.ill classes is very marked. From 1878
to 1882 he represented Lillooel in the
House and for many years wni active
ly essoelated with ibe polil 1 1! Ufa of
this province, He is inking 11 hurried
trip through parts ol this dlsttlci
re in-mng old acquaintances and everj
where he Is meeting with the cordial
reception which issn largely due bim
Mr. Brown arrived in llevelsloke on
Saturday and is being welcomed by
hia hosts ol friends here. Mr. Brown
will remain in the city for a month.
BUSINESS LOCALS
PRUNE PLUMS, the last of tin-
season, at o. W. Bell's
Call and see our new lot of Velvet
ami Tapestry M|iiares juet arrived.—('
II. Hume ,v Co.
ONTARIO   CONCORD    GRAPES
just in, 75c, per basket, at G.W. Bells',
Maisb Be,! 1' n,f. rts insure warmth
without weight. Sold by C.B.Hume
& Co.
We bave ist received a shipment
ol Cocoa Fibre Maw. put one at your
door dnring thi muddy weather.
Prices very .  * _r. B   Hume & C
lust unloaded a carlom'.     I genera
■     ■  .      ■
f hs .      .  , needs I
the full extent es    C  B
I
'■*■•'        -    . - 0 1 ■
■-.-.:
-   Friday and Saturday 01
idow for   Bov-
rii  Boi' lis    md I
:.' -'      I 'i" only Unrig to drink in " iid
We buy direct and oan is
1    It   Hume & <'o
f onr MsoK intoM:
nil   spples       I i"-y   sn _-
.'.
■ 1 ijiiantity to be haii I
■    H  II 1  1    1
in Recital
Advertising Revelstoke
The following are the subseriptim s
sofirt-th Pm icily Fund orgaui-ed
by toe Bind ni Trade, and sny wish-
iug"., supplemei t it may send in tier
Cm   ribi ti.-iis I" 'be   l're-iriei.t, VV. M.
Lawrence, lhe Vice-1'risiiient, A. H.
Allen, or tbe Secretary-Treasurer, E,
A. Haggen:—
E A. Bradley $100 00
A. McRae   25 00
J.A. Stone  50 On
F B.Wells  26 00
Fred. Fraser  25 00
Wing Chung  15 00
W. Cowan  25 00
AbrabaraBon Bros  25 00
Gillette & MoDonald  25 011
R, Laughton  25 00
\V. Abrahamson  15 Ull
J.B. McKenzie  IU OU
1). McCarthy  3 UU
Cub Lund  10 00
Lawrence Hardware Co  25 UU
0  B. Hume A' Co., Ltd  26 IM'
W. Hews  20 00
Joe Morgan  2 U0
McKinnon & Sutherland  20 OU
J  Laughton  20 00
H  McKinnon  6 UU
Howson & 0  10 0U
W. I. Briggs  5 00
Koolenay Agencies    5 UU
C. K. Macdonald      10 00
A. Hobson  10 00
,1. Guy Barber  10 00
Ah Sing  1 00
McLennan 1S1 Co  10 00
MoRae MeroantileOo  5 uu
Heidi. Young  IU Ul)
Doyle,I- Allum  5 Utl
(i. Knight  6 00
G, W. Bell     5 0U
F. IL Bourne  5 UU
P. Burns & Co  25 00
.1  Devine  5 00
A. Spring  6 00
Mountain Supply  Co  •') UU
J. D.Sibbald   10 00
Sawyer Bros  IU 00
8. McMahon  5 00
W  Fleming    2 UU
R. M. Sniylhe  2 UU
0. B. Paget  6 00
(i  S. McCarter  5 00
II  J. Hanbury  li 00
Levepipie & Walsh  5 00
A.Cowie  Id (11)
Kwong Cboug Lee.     2 DD
RevelBtoke Wine and Spirit Co. lu 00
Conn zzi it Cl  5 UU
Bowman Lumber Co  15 1)0
C. M  Field  5 Oil
ti. Corning    ... 6 (III
W. A. Foote  5 UU
11. Manning  5 00
A. Pradolini  5 00
Canadian Bank of Commerce. 26 00
McSorley liros  25 UU
XV. ti Robertson  5 00
W. XV. FoBter  5 Ull
Imperial Bank  25 Ut)
Molsons Bank  25 UU
Mclntyre A- Son  2 00
Maundrell Meat Market  5 UU
Interior Publishing Cu  25 0U
A.J. MeDonell  26 OU
listens and wonder" bow such a dinty '
little bilv cm produce such powerful
tone. Her numbers elicit, mio da 'f
applHii-.- The duets of these two
a tistB are a Btrong tenure. In lirnei-t
l.iivtiui, tbe Hull 1 vi lims', ihe com
pany have a talented mu-iiian. 1 e
nas spent  yea s ol  study   under   the
! masters and hi« execution  and  teob-
j uique is a work of art. His whole
soul seems to follow through bis
instrument. He is also Ihe possessor
of a tenor voice which stands out   in
j the quartette work of the company
Haroid Cooper, baritone, fairly takes
the house by storm, being a powerfully
built man physically, one naturally
expects 11  strong  voice,   and   in   his
I nautical  selections he  fully   sustains
'all
In Bpeaking of lhe concert the
Nelson Daily News Bays: "It is
rarely the people of Nelson are afforded the privilege of hearing anything
equally aa good, Plan of Beats at O
It. Macdonald'B. Prices, 5Uc, 75c.
and Ifl.
ISTOTICE
Take notice that I, 11. ,1. La Brash,
ol Nakusp, intend applying lu lhe
superintendent ol Provincial Police at
lhe expiration of one mouth from date
hereof lor a renewal of iny hnlel
license (or lhe premises known as the
Hnlel Crand al Nakusp.
Dated Ocl. llth, Bill'.).
H.J. LaBuasii.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
lender New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
BSM
Lyceum Concert Company
W. B. Bnrnha.11, busiiesB manager
for the Lyceum Concert Co., arrived
in town this morning snd he has
arranged for a concert to he given in
tbe opera house Friday, Oct. 15, Since
his arrival much enthusiasm bas been
aroused and it appears all the artists
are exceptionally clever and 110 dull11
society will inrn ont en masse. Miss
Mattie Clarke, of Salt Lake, the so
prano, possesses a voice tlmt at ome
wins her audience. Her solos are
happily selected and give her excellent
opportunity, in which she takes advantage. Miss Cissie Simin, perhaps
the star of tbe company in hor command and perfect range of a contralto
v.nee   is   almost   phenomenal      One
OPERA HOUSE
Friday. Oct. 15th
Mr. D.iwson M iy presents
THE
Lyceum Concert Co
Canada's Premier Singers
ARTISTS
Miss Mattie Clink     -       - Soprano
Miss Cissy Simm      -      - Contralto
Mr. Arnold Cooper            - Baiitono
Mr, Ernest P. Layton     - -     Violin
Mi. Albeit Ely, A.K.C.U. -     Piano
|Solo nnd Accompanist.
A Novelty in Modern Concert
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modest prices.
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