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Vol 16-No. 91
REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBEK 19, 1910
$2.50 Per Yeax
Dfo.fi jr<i
ti^/Hl ANrl
■SiraB le
St. Peter's Guild Entertainment
a Huge Success
A lnrpo crowd attended the Musical Pair in the Opera House last
night, given in conneutlon with the
sale ol work under the auspices ol
Bt, Peter's church bailies' Guild. The
programme wns both varied and Interesting an.l the work ot the child-
i.n waa particularly commented upon
The following number on thc programme "Tom Thumb's Wedding, "
n comedietta by thirty of the small
er children wns well acted tho crave
courteous  ilecorum  ot  the  little   tots
being very amusing, and eliciting
loud applause. "A Glimpse ol the
Brownies,"  by live little boys,    was
1 ver
CARE FOR YOUR HORSKS WELL ANU THEY WILL DO
BETTER WORK FOR YOU.
WE CANNOT MENTION THE MANY THINGS WE CARRY
IN OUR STORE. BUT WHENEVER YOU NEED ANYTHING
IN HARDWARE. COME TO US AND YOU WILL FIND IT.
OUR QUALITY IS ALWAYS THE BEST. OUR PRICES
ARE ALWAYS  FAIR PRICES.
OUR MOTTO: "TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS."
ONCE A CUSTOMER. ALWAYS A CUSTOMER.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada'
Head Otfice—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5.575,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5 mOOO.OO
Reserve        ...       - 5,hou, .00.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in '.Canada.
Agents iu Great Britain and United States—London, hngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn I'.t-
change National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank, SanFran-
Cisco-Wells Fargo Nevada Nation.il Bank. Spokane-Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and ui-ward, received, aud interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Rovelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
BMB———MB—I
Creamery gutter
Eastern Townships
Shamrock
Alberta Government
Independent Creamery
P.    BURNS   cSi   CO.
Limited.
ry funny anil received a well mer
1 ite.l encore. The quaint costumes
I helping in no small degree the success of the number. An Octette of
Revelstoke's fair damsels gave a
charming representation of " How
Grandma Danced," the stately minuet step and courtesying being much
admired, The costumes were exceptionally dainty, nn.l the k'irls look
ed charmingly pretty, the deportment and dancing bein;: graceful and
pleasing.
Probably the best number of the
evening was "The Navy," a chorus
iiii.l dance by thirty-two girls, dressed in tbe regulation while and blue
oi the navy, they executed their drill
with a precision which won them
unstinted applause and a recall from
the audience. The principals in
this number Hiss Doris MeCarter and
Miss Louise Rae, are deserving of
special mention for the manner in
which they performed their parts.
The "Cake Walk" by Revelstoke's
Coon Town Four Hundred, was a
sidesplitting number, the gracefult?)
manoeuvres of the colored gentlemen
and their honeys, keeping the audience convulsed with laughter, although it has been suggested that
the act would have been improved
considerably if the ladies had worn
"hobble skirts." The make-up was
good and in some cases most elaborate. Miss Blanche McCany's so'.o,
"The Jewel of Asia," was good and
showed that young lady to be possessed of considerable talent. Vocal
solos were also contributed by Mr.
Dunne anl Mr. C. E. Burhidge, and
a reading by Mr. li. A. Lawson. The
grand finale chorus "Love," Mrs. W.
Bews taking the solo, was excellent,
the audience insisting on n repeat.
Tho National Anthem broiisht thc
evening to a close.
Taken altogether it wns one of the
most novel and interesting entertainments which has been given in
Revelstoke for some time, and it is
hoped that at some future date a
performance of a like nature will be
given.
Much credit is due to these who
were Instrumental in getting up the
affair anl bringing it to BUch a successful entertainment. Mrs. H. H.
McVity ,les,irves special mention for
her untiring energy in training the
artists in their various dances which
proved her sterling qualities of organization and musical ability. Miss
MeCarter too was responsible for the
dainty little Tom Thumb's Wedding,
whieh was without doubt one of the
most delightfully pretty comediettas
ever seen here. The officers especially, and members of the Ladies' Guild
worked hard to ensure thc success of
the evenini:, nnd judging by the
large audience and hearty applause,
their efforts were successful.
The house was warm and comfort-
1 able and the whole evening went with
a swing and snnp nnd without any
tedious waits. In the afternoon a
sale of work, refreshments, etc., were
held, while a fish pond delighted the
little folks.
From nil sources a handsome sum
was realized hii<1 the Ladies' Guild
wish to express their sinecrest
thanks to all who assisted in the
entertainment and helped to make
the whole such a great success.
Ladies'Furs! Ladies' Furs!
A    nice    assortment    io   choose   from   .it
Reasonable Prices
JUST PUT IN STOCK LADIES   WARM WINTER SKIRTS
A nice range of sizes,   Good Materials.
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
rWO D00R8 KAST OF  EDISON THEATRE
■—■—■MM 9* '   «———»■—■»—»■ '■"■   '   ——P————
High School Exams
Following is thc report ol tho bimonthly examinations hold in Revelstoke High School for tho two
months, September and October,
1D10. The figures after each namo
Indicates the perceninge of tho
total possible marks;
Class a* T. Patriate, G8; 0. Fraser
Ci;   J.  Lawrence,  Cl;  D.  Bennett,  fil.
Class B-M. Porter, 7.1; 11. Hobbs,
79; M. Field, 78; D. Calder, 78; G.
1'rquhart. 77; I. Procunler, 7{; A.
Tni'ping. 74; H. Gordon, 74; Goo.
.!. 7.1. R. Brown, 71; V.
Tomlinson, i.n. D, MeCarter, G!t; L.
Coursier, 66; K. Fraser, 62; M.
61; 0. Goodwin, CO; F. Lyttle
r.i.  I.. McLeod, 51.
Class ('•- K. Simmonds, 80; L,
Moran, 7,r,; I.. Johnson, 74; K.  Sib*
bald,  73;    R. Ilrrger,  7>i    S.  llickoy,
:.•. m. Uudmark, 70; 0, Umoc, (19;
Ii. Corson, 67; C. McKae, 60; L.
Brock, SI,
Economical Lighting
A new era in bouse and street ligh
ling has commenced by the Introduction "f thc new Tungsten lamps,
which have revolutionized tlie service
of UUiminants as far as economy nnd
etliciency arc concerned. These Tungsten lamps are largely .superseding
ihe old carbon filament bulb all over
the world and have been found to bc
far cheaper and more reliable thnn
nny of the old makes. Tungsten
tamps are now being used all over
tbis city with Biiccess and are spoken very highly of, and those that
study economy will do well to make
a trial ul the new lamp. Tlie city
electrical staff has been making care
nil tests of these lumps at tho city
hall for thc purpose of finding out
exactly what actual cost of opera-
lion will be and in comparison with
the old lamps. In every case tho
Tungsten lamp of a higher power
than the old carbon filamuit globe,
consumes less current nnd is therefore far more economical. As Revel
stoke is up to date in every respect
we have thought it interesting to
our readers to acquaint them with
hese facts about the new lamp.
The following is the result of the
tests made recently at the city hall
.lie apparatus being a Wcstinghoiise
Standard Integrating watt meter:
One i'i candle power lamp with
.•arbon lilament consumes one killo-
watt in 9.2 hours.
One 16 candle power lamp with
carbon filament consumes one killo-
ivatt in  18.5 hours.
One 260 candle power lamp with
Tungsten filament consumes one kil-
lowatt in 3.S3 hours.
One 200 candle power lamp with
Tungsten lilament consumes one kil-
lowatt in 5.00 hours.
One 100 candle power lamp wiih
Tungsten filament consumes one kil-
lowatt in  9.75 houts.
One 75 candle power lamp with
Tungsten filament consumes one k*il-
iowatt  in 14.2 hours.
The leading characteristics of Tung
.;ten lamps when compared with other incandescent lamps arc ns follows
Current consumption: Tbe current
required for producing equal candle-
power Tungsten lamps is approximately one-third of that required by
carbon  lamps.
The light given hy tne Tungsten
lamp is much whiter and more pleas
ing in character than that given
by other lamps. Furthermore its
quality more nearly corresponds to
sunlight than other artificial illum-
inant.
The maintenance of candle power
in the Tungsten is much more superior to that of other lamps.
The length of life of the Tungsten
is greater than that of the carbon
lilament. Tho Tungsten filament be
.ng pure metal do?s not deteriorate
md change in character as do the
carbon  filament.
The change in candle power resulting in a change in voltage is only
about one-half as great as that of
the carbon lamp.
The only reasonable  objection
the  Tungsten  lamp  is,  tbat  it
lot  withstand  a sharp  knock,
larger sizes are not nearly as
to
will
the
deli
cate as the smaller, but it is recommended that these lamps should always be controlled by a switch so
ns not to touch ihe lampwhen turning on and off, and to always dust
these lamps while burning, as the
filament being then in a softer con.
dition, a jar would not perhaps af-
fert them as when they are cold and
brittle.
Evangelist Meetings
Dr. Patterson and Mr. Weaver,
whose mission hns been advertised
in thc city, hnve conducted a most
interesting series of services this
week. lait Sunday night the largo
audience in the Edison tliatro listened with rnpt attention to the elo-
i|iient discourse on the "Brazen Serpent." Dr. Patterson is a Buent,
sane and practical spcakor, who appeals directly to the minds and
hearts of Iho people. HiB address is
simple, straight forward and manly,
In all tho meetings there has been
no sensation or frantic appeals to
the emotions. Evangelism of this
type comes as a refreshing BUrpriSO
to the people nud that tho meetings
arc appreciated is evident from the
size ot tho congregations which assembled in St. John's church ogch
night of this week.
Mr. Weaver's sin,'ing is much appreciated, ns a iliiecUir of song he
is worthy of his distinguished colleague. During the coming week
thc meetings will continue In Ht.
John's church. Do not miss tho
great opportunity which theso meetings afford.
Services on Sunday arc as follows:
11 a.m., St. John's church, subject,
"Tho Standing Army." 3 p.m.,
Bdlson    Theatre,   subject,    " Thrco
Thirds  a  Mnll."      7i80   p.m.,  Killson
Theatre, subject, "The man who was
bad and the other who was Worse."
RAILROAD TROUBLE ENDED
Engineers and Firemen Get a
Settlement
Montreal, Nov. IS.—A mutually sat
Isfactory settlement was arrived at
In negotiations between tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and the
llrniid Trunk regarding the new sched
die of wages .submitted on behalf of
tho men. Members of the committee
who have been in Montreal conducting the negotiations left last night
for homos well salislied with thc result. The agreement was not made
public but it is stated that the eet-
tlebnient was in the nature of a
compromise. Similar demands by
the Hitmen on the Canadian Pacilic
have also been  settled.
Hudson Bay Railroad
Ottawa, Nov. IS.—It is understood
that the estimates for the coming
year will contain a considerable appropriation for thc construction of
the Hudson's Bay railway.
It is the intention of the government to proceed vigorously next
year with the building of the first
150 miles from the Pas, and tenders
will be called for this winter. Tenders for the balance of the lino will
be called for as soon as the route
is  definitely  located.
Prohibition Not Wanted
Missouri Republicans have adopted
resolutions opposing prohibition
(which met defeat in that state last
Tuesday by over 15O',C0O) ou the
grounds that experience has shown
that prohibition in liquor traffic
matters cannot  be  enforced. At
tention is also directed to the fact
that in the dry states regulated and
licensed saloons have given place to
"blind pigs" that are breeding places
of crime. Attention is also directed
to the fact that Col. Theodore Roose
volt, Cardinal Gibbons, Bishop Tut-
tle and many other eminent men oppose prohibition as provocative of
hypocrisy.
Churches
Methodist church services on Sunday as follows:—11 a.m. Iubject,
"Agonizing Prayer." 2:30 p.m., Sunday school and Bible class. 7:30 p.
m., "Song Seruice," familiar hymns
will  be sung and    explained. The
choir will render special music. The
pastor will have have charge of all
these services. Monday evening at
S o'clock at the Epworth League,
there will he an address given on the
study of Botany, The Prayer meeting is withdrawn for the week owing
to the special services in St. John's
church. Boys' Brigade Thursday ev
ening at 7:1*5. The public is cordially invited tb all the services of
the church.
Y. M. C. A. Notes
The membership campaign is in
full swing and the members are work
ing very hard to increase the numbers every day. Before the membership campaign was started there
were 202 members and nt thc present
writing there are 270'. Tho mark
that is aimed for is 400. The thermometer on the corner of Hume &
Co.'s store will show tho increase
from day to day.
The Sunday afternoon meeting will
be held in the Edison thatre, Mr.
Patterson will give thc address.
Thursday evening the J.B.C. team
bowled lhe ('.nley team, the Corley's
won tho game with a score of 2063
to 2036. Monday night the Corloy'u
will  play thc C.P.R.     team. Tho
Businessmen's team Is In lhe lead,
having won four gnmes nnd lost
none. The Corley's nnd tbo Dent's
nro tlo for second place, having won
three and lost one. 'The J.B.C. hold
third place, having won two
and lost throe. Tho 0, P. R. has
lost three and the Y.M.C.A. has lost
four. The high averages are J.
Palmer, 17S; Carson, 161 2-8; P. Sam
son, 157. The highest scores that
have been mndo in the matches are:
Black and ('arson, 211$. The highest
score made on the allcyB is 23G, by
II. II. Monroe.
'The gymnasium classes arc now lu
full swing, the Intermediate class is
the largest, great interest is taken
in tho team competition in gymnastics. The bnsket boll leuguo will
bo formed shortly.
A wrestling class is being organ
izodl overy young mnn interested tn
wrestling Is requested to bund In
his name to tho physical director. T.
Hope will have charge ol tho class.
Twelve It, Linoleum at Howion'i.
Specials  In  Crockery—A.B.C.  mugs
and  bowls  for  todny  nml  Monday at
only Gc. ouch. Making the children
happy by buying oao ol oaeh,—U. li.
Hume & Oo,
Heaters
We are showing a large stock
of Heating Stov?s at prices
that cannot 1 e beaten. Base
Burners! combination wood
and coal stoves, Blazers, Box
Stoves. Air Tight Heaters,
Oil Heaters, etc. S3 t-Alta
Kootenay and Hote' Kanges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
Christmas Readiness
We arc ready as never before for business
in Christmas Furnishings. Our reputation
for quality and service is sufficiently well
known to warrant a share of your trade.
Gioves,
Fancy Vests
Bath Robes
House Gowns
Neckties
Armle+s
Fancy Hosiery
Underwear
Handkerchiefs
Cuff Links
Smoking Jackets
Sweater Coats
Knitted Mufflers
Xmas   Suspenders
House Slippers
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
The
Best
Cuts
of good meat come from °ur store.
Maybe you have not been getting
reliable goods; if so, we are looking
for your trade. Once we get the
opportunity to serve you with a
good Roast. Steak or Chops, you
will find permanent satisfaction in
dealing with us.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCVDN HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The On iteal Health Retort on the Continent
Natural   Hoi  Water,   124   Degree  oi   He*
Niituriil Hot Wiiter in Bath*.    <),   •-. All Yr.ir
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Doors, Windows, Moudings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16TH, 1010
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SATURDAY,  NOV.  19TH,  1010
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CORRESPONDENCE invite,1 on matters of public Interest. Communications to Editor must be
accompanied by name of writer
n"t necessarily for publication,
but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence should  bc brief.
HARVEY,  McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial   Hank   B Hiding   Kevelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   ("'.,     and
Cranbrook, B.  0.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A.  M.  Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
WILLIAM I. BRIGGS,
Barrister,  Solicitor,  Etc.
Solicitors   for:—The    Canadian  Bank
ot Commerce, The  Molsons Bank,
Etc.
ril'.ST STREET   -    Revelstoke, B.C.
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining  Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELSTOKE.
MRS.   HERMANN   McKINNEY
Teacher of Voice,  Piano and Orpan
Pupils  prepared  for  Toronto Conservatory ol    Music.      Local examinations.
STUDIO: SECOND   STREET.
Zbc flDatU=1bcralfc
<BSgBc
SATURDAY,   NOV.   19TH,  1910
We are b-lad to see that the travelling real estate man is not reaping
the rich harvest (rom tlie Revelstoke
public ni w, as he .u- some months
a^u, and the people are becoming
care.'1.:; i.i their bard earned dollars,
and  .' they c nvestment bent,
entire themselves  to  their own district  &:..: Vn I   yi t  B.   C.
not good i >ome ;■■
-..   invest   i oi their earn-
it to be though,     and
travi .state      i
Igfa  to  convince
that  a  email
dies  away  i
tment      than
■
; '.ac-. I thi
i.v.e.    «..■ ■    in
* .-.
"a pig no   I .utter
• ■
la Eastern c
I
■   •
ible mi       I   their
They will
j'.-i a        ti'     lor
5 b   re foi  in,
it. :i lay anl th''}'
- ,.k      in      a
;   kel for the Lord, the Lord      ai
In  His
-■   them live
on.     Tl ■ "• i"      the
*
lay their i
pull : me nn.l
• i    the 1 • e would
take it, the barten ei - * ild nol
and
nnd
offer
M'l
be
fooled with It, This mutt hands ii
to ti." collection plate." There is a
pood deal Oi truth in this. A rhurrh
has ti' be kepi » commerc
ial basis just as nny business ron
cern.
B. C. FORGING Allien.
Thn year has no-en  the   Winini-nre
Blent  of an area ol     pnbltoity     (01
Canada     find    especially the   west,
f
Have Yoo Heard the Amberola
The test fc
[fan       "■
Phonograph
The Newest
Edison
Phonograph
IF NOT, CALL IN AND HEAR ONE AT
T|he Revelstoke Music Store
which has been unprecedent. A great
ileal of this publicity bus been
brought aboul by the number ol distinguished visitors to the Dominion
rom England, who bave without exception taken bark with them lm
pressions that are conducive only of
the besi and moat glowing accounts
,,1 the progress of this country,
British Columbia In particular has
made n groat Impression on the
many  visitors  that   have  Invaded our
v.as n reference to the death of King
Edward, and an expression ol eon
gratulatlon upon the prosperity of
the country and the abundance of
crops, especially In Eastern Canada.
Allusion wus made also to railway
construction nn.l thc necessity ot
passing the bank act owing to lapse
of bunk charters In .lune next. Refer
eme was nlso made to the tint that
two vessels of the Canadian navy
have   already     arrived  in  Canadlgn
territory, nnd all are of the opinion   waters, and that contracts will
thai li. C. is forging ahead in ll
wonderful manner, Although more
Englishmen than ever before hnve
visited British Columbia ihis year,
it. is but ii small proportion oi the
whole, particularly oi tho class deep
ly interested In industrial development,
We cannot bui say to ourselves
that "would that, it, were possible to
Inin.: to the West a party of, say,
one hundred oi the le;ulum men in
the commercial and financial worlds'
from London and  the chief cities of
England and let them see for them- panted hy the usual pageantry
selves the wonderful openings there
are—not only in B, C, but through
out thc west- for British capital and
British enterprise!" The results of
that visit would without any doubt
be of the  greatest   benefit,  not  only  cently defeated In the Grlmbsy    con-
be
let at an early date for eleven other
vessels, provided for In the legislation of last, session.
Satisfaction was expressed by the
Governor-General that reciprocity ne
gotiatlons have been entered Into
with the I'nited States government.
The agreement between Canada and
the United state- for the consideration of international fisheries was
noted with great satisfaction. The
finances of Canada were declared In
a most satisfactory condition.
The  opening   function     wns  accom-
Canada Helpless
Sir George Doughty,  who  wns    re-
to Western Canada and to England,
but also to those captains of industry who acquired their information lirst band.
stituency last election in      England
gives his  views  on      imperial  fed.'ration     since  his return  from Canada.
He says:
"I  am keenly  in favor of a federal
parliament which mny deal with    all
CITY   STREET  PAVING. questions  of  imperial  int.rest.       Im-
The condition of Uevelstoke streets p. nnl defence is a i|uestioIi whieh is
at nil seasons of the year is one of being much discussed in Canada. Tli'
the worst features of tbe civic nil- more it is discussed by Influential
ministrations of past years, a fault Canadians the more ilo they realize
that is doing our eity considerable thai the time has arrived when there
harm  in more  ways than one,       We   should be an attempt nt establishing
have been asked by a number of
ratepayers to rib up an agitation
for the paving of at least one i.inm
Btreei through the city next year,
or perhaps the streets m the vicinity of the business section. Those
interested will do well to commence
on a scheme for burying the overhead wires before anything perman
ent paving is attempted. There are
a few arguments against paving.
cost is one. The difficulty of dilutable distributing the cost is another
The present and  prospective tax  rate
a union of tbe British states Canada
is already a  nation nn.l if,     through
.my misfortune or lack of   appreciation on our part of her position, she
hould  become separated    from    the
mother suite,  there would  !"■
langer   for    both ,,f us.      Natti nal
jealousy   as   well  as  national     ambi
oul ! ca i lingering   eyes      "ii
great   province,   I olum-
,i   and it  w   ild be Imi ■* sible    for
*     in  to  withstand any  nation  say
lapan, seeking of ex
"- her area,  or prevent  the an-
i>[ the city      Is
another,     A pave!   nexal on by sue        rei    I I   it great
street   would   add   materially   to     the
appearance   of   the  city.      The   awi
hannel of mil and slush on     P i -•
■  instance an l M
i- one of the  most  \
i I  Revelstoke  that  tl
away.      [1
A
paved Btreet   would  al iti
ntiisai       •
'
ular traffic.  a  b *•
than
a mud trough.      IT
daily     Tl irty ol
v and a   -
age  system,   and  we   ■>
ii-     water    In
I
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•    i..  nn I the cosl
idam
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them ■•'
I ■   a   prelim.I***
i
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comparative   «''•  ': I
u
'■'"incil  m   „•  *  I
year.
Prom
as
■    •
-.ment   sn,1
I,on,!,ui can be fixed but a decision
will be arrlvod ut as early as practicable. There will be two processions, viz., that, on the Coronation
dny and another—very much longer—
when tlie newly crowned King and
Queen drive through lhe metropolis.
'I'he longer route, il is understood,
has not even been considered as yet.
The actual Coronation service will
be as short ns is consistent with the
dignity of the occasion. Subject to
this provision it will follow very
closely tbe lines of lhat used at the
coronation of King Edward and
Queen Alexandra.
Log Cut for October
Thnt thc lumber industry is keeping pace with the growth of business
in other lines of trade is shown by
the monthly amount of logs scaled
by the government. During the
month of Octobor 58,000,000 ft. were
senle.l as airninst 42,000,000 in the
same month last yenr, and 4,000,009
feet in excess of September of the
present year. 'I'he number of feet
sealed in Vancouver for the current
year will be far in execs, of tho totals for llie year previous, owing to
ihe fact, that almost every month has
liml a decided increase over the corresponding month in 1909. While
it is probably unfair to judge anyone month's scale against any pre
vious month, from llie fact, lhat th,
booms come Irregularly, the aggregate shows thnt the timber cut is
largely on the Increase,
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No. 15 A.  P,
und  A.   M.
Regular meetings are held ill MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
ut K p. in. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome,
,1.  T.   POLLOCK,   Master.
OHAS,  .1. AMAN,  Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12, 1. 0. 0. P.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hull at X o'clock. Visiting
brethren   cordially   invited.
II. S. BQUAREBRIGOS, N. G.
.IAS.   MATHIE,   Secretary.
Remember Prince Rupert Sale
Do you want an ithcr chance? We
ure selling the closest, iu lots at
Port Man, the new 0. N. R, town
on the Eraser across from Westminster. Wharves now being constructed and the Townsito is being c,eared
hundreds of men at work. Our lots
are in Section '.I, only 400 yards
from the water, and across the road
from the proposed car shops. The
C, N. H. Townsite sale is in March
and our lots will then fetch the
highest prices. Get in now. Terms
only $15 monthly. This is the subdivision which is causing the excitement nt Port Mann. Write us today for maps. The Port Mann
Land and Improvement Co., SOS Do
minion Trust Buildings, Vancouver,
11. 0. I.e.
GOLD RANGE  LODGE,      K.  of    1'.,
Nl).  'id.   REVELSTOKE,   11.   0.
Meets  every   Wednesdaj   except    the
Third Wednesday of eaeh month     in
oddfellows'   Hall  at  s  o'clock,   Visiting Knights nre cordially invited,
i). a. Mcdonald, c. c.
(1. 11. BROOK,  K. of It. .-i S.
M. of E.
Winnipeg Ohinamen, who number
Leu, bave decided lo organize a society for the protection of their
ririils. A charter will he applied
for within the course of a few days
One member  is  worth  $ICC,000.
COURT MT. BEGDIE, No. 3461,
Meets in I. (i. (I. p. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
a i.l fourth Monday in month. Visit-
lug brethren cordially welcomed.
C.  R.,  C.  HARTE.
Rec, See., il. Vi.  EDWARDS.
Destroy Stumps
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next
Parliament Opened
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until Ldca-td by Wonder!v.) 3a
maria Pt escnpticn
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Mr .ni,mu  View  Camp,   No.   'i'i'.).
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednes
days     ui   each   month   ii      Selkirk
Hall.      Visil in '  Woodmen  are
cordially invited to attend
W. E. OSBORNE, Con. i'om.
.IAS.  MelNTY1 "•',, Clerk
COLITMIUA CAMP No. 15071
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meets eve v Tuesday night in Oddfellows' Hall, Second St., west. All
visiting neighbors are invited to attend.
A.  T.   ANTHONY,  Consul.
Wm.   S.   SLOAN.   Clerk.
Collar Bag, $1.00
j j^vHIS Collar Bag would make a
| V mi' O o»t practical und attractive
Chiiatnas OiUfur nny man. C. It
is mndc of fine brown morocco
leather, lined with tilk, baa leather
I raw st -tnf£s nnd tassels, nnd holds
• •Mars.
CATALOGUE II
I t sen* irec upon request. It
contains 132 pages of illustrations
or Jewelry, Silverware, etc., re»
proaucetj in colors.
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
Diamond Merchants, .lewulcrs
ond Situor.inilt.n
34-130-138 Y0NCE ST,
TORONTO
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Pro«ldi
IlARHV  ItVltlK.
3oc.-Treas
THE MOLSONS  BAN I
INCORPORATED 1568
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
$4,000,000
$4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Corresponde
in ail the Principal Cities of the World.
A CENTRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   D E P A RT IVI E Nl
At all Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current ral
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
i maun      *•■
weathsr,  with
the 'nil ' ■ '• I ca\te.
tor the
third Masi<
,-n t ii parliament.
Accession ol a ■ mak^n
ticcoKsnry  thf  sweni
by Senatoi   and mi * i rii*rkM
*( both houses were kepi bu . all
morning adnilnl tei I • tn group* the
oath both of loynlti  n d i* lellty.
The Qovernm <;. n ral lot mftl-
iv declared pai Harm 11 ipi nn I toi the
conduct ol public business and ri'iwl
tiie speech from the thr ono In both
i* uniii Hit'l Mnirlish.
Coronation Plans
i, ind on,    No      in   The
appointed by the l     11 bi
uni tee to mal    ** ■ lor the
crowning of the i ■ een   »t
are hold n • meel
mi"! iii . i   Jan '* ' palace   Tho com
mil ten ini-< Kvor&l important  points
In tbc upceeb from the tliruuu there ' to conrtdtr boloie tbc route tbiuiitli
PenTInc. i/t;
TJ9A.
■.    to look fur ir
* / und
irmenl
with   "        i idemark   wnl
.•.ill outwear    \
try   underwear,   wiil    l
miik      Yd you r»'iy     j
nothing   p-<trn    for    Hiis
ii   and you get our
ee of   money hack
i i .hi fuirly cluim il"
Made al Parla In Canada,
l,y PEN mans Limited. 9I
NOTICE   TO   THE   PUBLIC!
Having purchased the business formerly carried on by  It,   A.
Spring we nre prepared t" execute all orders promptly, i,
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Rcpidrcrs,
),.nlilli rs
Harness Makers
-sing
-  id,
FOR SALE
Hay, Oats, Wheat,Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MTIIESON & CO.
ni i ii'i::    Cor.   McKenzie Ave.
AMI  Sl.l'nNl!   S'l'kl-.l.l'
I'llUNI*    7.v
IIUlbiilSGI'S WAREHOUSE
THIRD STREET
Send Your Orders
To lbe undersigned tnr
Famous Gait Coal
UNION HOTEL
AliKO A 1IKA1), H. (!.
S|'«'inl Attention uiv.-n to commercial
nii'il mnl tourists, Firsi-nliuii, sample
rooms, finest Bcenery in Uritish Columbia, overlooking l'iM"'r Arrow Lake.
VV. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoko
[ire, Life and Accident Insurance
Full particulars of select building
lot" i;ivrn ii] im application
Orders left at  tbis  office   (nr hay
and grain, promptly attended to
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
CEMENT BLOCKS
UaiiDfoctarad fnr alt oikiibi of   balldlngi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK,-
K*ir stln in Inrfffl <»r small QVttQlhfM
at iho lowest prices for cash
Alt kinds of t)Utiding nnd phi -icritur
nn dor taken
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
©feanaoan College
Suinmertnift, JB.C.
COURSES   FOR   I9IOII
Preparatory; Hi-^li School; Two
Years University; Business, Including Stenography and Type-
wiiiiiiKi Piano; Vocal,
Separate residences fur young
nii'ii .iml young women.
Well epuipped gymnasium.
1'ai.i, Ti'.HM Oi'i'Ns Si rr. JI.
I'or Calendar and further particulars address ihe Principal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit. Candies, CiRaiB,Tobacoo.
Me'iln 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kepairs of nil  kinds  neatly d ine
Bicycle ami Gun work a specialty
Estimates given un nny class
of work.
F r r n t       Street*
CANCELLATION OF RHSBRVH
NOTICE is hereby given   that   the
esorvu existing upon the lumls era-
bn *.il   n Bpocial Timber Licenso No.
B84    mi miii' in    Kootenay Uistrict,
cancelled, nml tbat the wiiil lands
will be open lur location under    the
provisions ol the "Land    Act"     at
nldnlght on December 22nd, laio.
ROBERT A    UKNW1CK,
Deputy  Commissioner ol Lands.
Lands  Department,  victoria, B.C.,
16th I'i'i i' inner,  lulu. td
Fire Wood
For Sale
'I'n be cul nml delivered ns
uiili'icd dining lhe winter
n.uniii". In carload lota, i wo
lii'iin the iinil. Rr m* taiu-
lirm', gr i, Hf'.i t.'i per cmd,
ili y, $4.26, f. ii. li. cars,
Qrindrod siding and Kn-
derby.    Apply
Bernard Roxoman
ENDERBY, B.O.
Carriage and Sign
Painting
simp iii alley bark nf E, .1. Bourne's
store, I'iistMi'i'i't.
First  Class Work Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Oi i. :inl St. and Rulisonate
SNGWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup  Attached
86.50
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer antl Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C.
WANTED   W an wishes work      hy
tin' day,     Apply M.i,i Herald offloo
Nov, 26   Joshua   Blmpklns   and Or-
*  * tra, opera House.
Dec. 8—Miss Eugenie Vux, rccitahst.
etc.     Opera House.
Still in Business
We are headquarters fur
I'.u iiii i oasl Tested Seeds
and Roses,Shrub>,Chinese,
Japan, French and Holland
Bulbs and Ornamentals,
als,' Implements, H, ,* Sup.
piles, Spray Pumps, 1 erll-
liters .uni -null fruits,
Catalogue Prce.
M.   J.  HENRY
3011 Westminster Hoad
A. R. McDol'Gall,  •   Manage I
SATURDAY, NOV,
SATURDAY,  NOV.  19TII,   1910
MAIL-HERALD KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 9
LOOK!        LOOK        AND        READ!
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PHICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
I,
ii
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii
K
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
ii
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
ii
13.00
•i      o       («
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
41
ii
14.00
Be.
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
11
ii
5.20
Bfeu
5.35
681b,
1.59
694
11
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
2 40
601b.
1.41
3.81
11
ii
4.00 |]
Guild's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
II
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
II
ii
16.50
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We make our profit by -shipping in car load lots, thereby saving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
li. HOWSON & CO    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V. O., LL. D.   D.O.L,  President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,   General Manaser
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $1O.CC0,CC0    RESERVE FUND, $5,000,000
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENC: 2 Lombard Street, EC.        NCW YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITV: Avcnida San Francisco, No. 50
In addition to tho offices named above tlie Bank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities)
and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States.
2,1 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH — A.    H.    ALLEN,    MGR.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    1=!.  O.
JfilENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
•J.   ALBERT     STOITB      PEOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Clans in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large .Sample Kouuib.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that W. D. Robertson,
1 Kevelstoke, occupation, Insurance
gent, intends to apply for permis-
ion to purchase the following tle-
cribed lauds.
Commencing at a post planted at
the north east corner of Lot 2772,
unning north lo chains, thence west
0 chaius, theuce south 40 chaius,
hence east 40 chuius to the point
f commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
lated  Sept.   6, 1910. S.17-N16.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Land District.
District  of   West Kootenay.
Take notice that H. W. Crawford,
of Gerrard, B. C, occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains from the south east corner
of Fullmer's pre-emption, Lot 7491,
thence west 40 chains along the
south boundary of Lot 741)1, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40
hains, thence north 20 chains to
oint of commencement, containing
So acres, more or less.
Dated August 27th, 1910.
HECTOR W.   CRAWFORD
Located by W. E. Glenn, Agent.
Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box No.   14—Corner    First    Btreet
arid    McKenzie    avenue,  C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No.   15—Corner First      street
nd Rokeby avenue,  post ollice.
Box  No.   16—Corner  Second  street
and  Government  Road  and       Opera
Icuse.
Box No. 17—Corner Third      »truet
til   Campbell   avenue,   Globo    .!Aimer company.
Box No. 18—C.P.II.  station.
Box    No. 24—Corner    Fifth    Btreet
nd     McKenzie      avenue,     Catholic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner    Sixth    6treot
nd Orton avenue,  W. A. Foote.
Box  No.   2G—Corner  Fourth  street
nd Townley street,    comer      south
rack.
Box No.  28—Corner Second    strejt
nil Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Firo Hall No. 2.
Box  No.   35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE BRIGADE  NO.   ONE.
Box No. 44—Firo Hall No. 1.
Box     No.  45—Front street      wc.it,
ear C. P. R.  bridge.
Box    No.    46—Corner    King      and
louglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales streets,  back  of court house.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
3has. streets,  Cowan block.
Signal for practice—not less ti.au
ix  (G) slow strokes.
Ono (1) indicates line brokjn or
re out.
Signals are given thus: 2 strjke*?,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Boi
4. No. of box will also bo shown
n indicator at Fire Hall.
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF AN AP-
LICATION for the issue of a dup-
icate Certificate of Title to Lot
'i, Block 6, Town of Re.'els'.oke
Map 636).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
t is my intention to issue nt the
xpiration of one mouth aftjr the
first publication hereof a duplicate
f the Certificate of Title ; > mo
bove mentioned lot in the name ol
'homas J. Graham, whieh Certtfi
ate is dated the 2-jth of January,
898, and numbered 5olK.
SAMUEL    RAE,
District  Registrar,
jund Registry Office, Nelson,    D. i .,
October 15th, 1910.
Messrs.  Harvey,  MeCarter  Sl Co.,
Barristers,   Revelstoke.    li. C.
I
,
COAL!  COAL!
Another car of Wellington Coal clue to arrive.
Bonk your orders now before it is all pone.
Lethbridge Lump Coal always on hand, unsurpassed for domestic purposes,    (! I Nut Coal
in stock. Orders promptly delivered.
S.   G-.   ZROZBZBIHSTS
ii ki:. i,up; and accident insurance,   phone  eo
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
n    the    Matter of    the Estate      of
Thotnns   Harvey,  deceased:
NOTICE  is hereby given    that    all
reJitors and  others having     claims
gainst  the  Estate  of  Thomas  Har-
ey, late of Revelstoke, B. C,      de-
eased  who  died at Revelstoko      on
or about the  3Sst day  of December,
1909, are required to si-nd      to     the
|  ndersigned       Solicitors for Thomas
Kilpatrick, Executor of the Last Will
of said deceased, withiu 60 days from
ate full particulars of  their claims,
duly verified, and that
fter that date the said Executor
ill proceed to distribute the said
state amongst those entitled thereto regard being haj only to those
laims ol which saiil Executor shall
have then received notice.
Dated October 12th, 1'JlO.
IARVEV,  McOARTBR &  PINKHAM
Solicitors for Baid Executor.
)ct.  15, Dec. 17.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Baggage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phono   276 REVELSTOKE,   B.C. NiBht Call 71
NOTIOB.
In the matter of an application for
the issue of a duplicate Certificate Op
Title to an undivided J of lot 4949,
Group 1, except 19 4-10 acres.
Notice is hereby given that it Ih
my intention to issue at the expiration ol one month after tho first pub
lieation hereof a duplicate of thn
Certificate of Title to the above men
tioned lands in the name of Thomas
Kilpatrick, which Certificate Is dated
the 26th February, 19U7, and number
ed 6612A.
,    Samuel it. Roe,
District Registrar,
Land Registry Ollice, Nelson, B.C.,
November 3rd, 1910.
Coming Events
,'ovember IS.—St. Peter's Ladies'
Guild entertainment, afternoon
and evening.     Opera House.
Nov. 22—Boston Bean Supper in the
Methodist church.
Dec. 3—"The Merry Musicians" under management C. P. Walker,
Edison Theatre.
lecember 7.—Third Annual MOB-
uuernde Ball by Fire Brigade No.
One.      Opera  House.
Jan. 13—"Lyceum Players" under
management C. P. Walker, Edil
son Theatre.
Feb. 9—"Managing Mildred" under
management C. P. Walker, Edison Theatre.
an. 21—"Stubborn Cenderclla." In
the Opera House.
Read the Label    «$■
For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,
hot breads, cake and pastry
there is no substitute for
Dr.PRICE'S
CREAM
Baking Powder
MADE FROM GRAPES
Fifty Tears the Standard
CP.R. Timetable
WESTBOUND.
No. 1, arrives 6:45 a.m., departs
7:05 a.m.
No. 97, arrives 6:55 p.m., departs,
7:15 p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No. 2, arrives 12:30 midnight, departs 12:45 midnight.
No. 96, arrives 8:45 a.m., departs,
9:05 a. m.
South train leaves Revelstoko at 9
a. m., arrives Revelstoko 5:25 p.m.
Mon.
Wed.,
Fri.,
Mon.
leys.
Wed.,
Fri.,
Moll.
Wed.,
Fri.,
Mon.
Bowling Schedule
Nov. 21—C.P.R. v Corleys.
Nov.  22—Y.M.C.A.  v Dents.
Nov. 25—J.B.C. v C.P.R.
Nov. 28—Businessmen v Cor-
Nov. 30—Dents v J. B. C.
Dec.2—C.P.R.  v  Y.M.C.A.
Dec. 5—Businessmen v Dents.
Dec. 7—Corleys v J. B. C.
Dec. 9—C.P.R. v Dents.
Dec.  12—Y.M.C.A. V Corleys.
EVERY WOMAN SHOULD
READ THJUETTER
And Take Mrs. Ripley's Advice
1."Is oi women are Suffering tnrtnres
with their bucks, when they need not
do M. Mrs. Kipli\ li.ul sin ll frightful
pains iu her buck that she could not do
her housework. She tells how she
cured herself.     Wij.i.iamsiiai.h liAST.
"I cannot refrain from writing you
about the Iicnctit8 I have received from
talcing GIN PILLS, i suffering dread*,
fully with my back and have suffered
with it for twenty years. I tried everything hut got no relief, until I Ismght
GIN PII.I.S, I have taken six boxes of
DIN I'll.I,S and now I have not the
sign of nn arhe or pain iu my bark. I
am now t\H years of age ami feel as well
as I ever did in my life, There is
nothing that can hold a place with ('.IN
PILLS for curing Pain In The Hack to
whi'.'h women are subject."
Mas. Mii.i.anok P. Ripi.RV.
Try GIN TILLS at our tx|*use.
Write for free sample box,     Healers
nciiciN PILtSat socsbox—6for$a.jo
and money reliiniled if they fail to cure.
National Drug and Chemical Co., In pt.
W.,    Toronto, It
Medical Reciprocity
Ottawa, Nov. 18.—The dream of
complete reciprocity in recognition
of medical degrees, which has been
entertained by progressive physicians and surgeons of Canada for a
generation past, seems on the evo of
realization. During the present
summer, however, negotiations have
been held, with the result that short
ly after tho opening of parliament
Dr. J. B. Black, M. P. for Hants,
Nova Scotia, will introduce a bill to
amend the act ot 1902 and insure
the recognition of degrees by all tho
propinces. British Columbia was
thc last province to [all into line,
but its consent has now been secured, and just as soon as the new hill
goes through, as to whicli it is said
there is no doubt, recipients of a
medical degree from any recognized
university in Canada will be able
after securing a certillcate Irom tho
medical council, to practice any-
wheic from tbo Atlantic to the Pacific, without having to pass the
provincial examination. Having
gone this far, advocates for medical
reciprocity will now start to work
to secure inter-imperlnl reciprocity,
in order tnat Canadian doctors
shall he able to practice in any part
of the empire and doctors from other sections of tho empire shall have
a chnnce to come to Canada under,
of course, proper regulations in each
case.
405 worth of 5 per cent, debentures,
extending over periods of from twen
ty to fifty years. The local improve
ment debentures issued bear interest
at 5 per cent, and the balance at 4fr
per rent. The offer was reported to
the city council meeting last night,
Mayor Lee remarking that It would
not be long before the 4j debentures would be selling at par on tbo
London market.
The sale of bonds to Stimson      &
Co., was ratified by the council.
Christmas Shoppers
Milwaukee women have adopted the
following  Christmas shopping rules:
1. Do not put ofl your shopping
until the last two weeks before
Christmas.
2. Do your shopping as early in
the day and as early in the week as
possible.
3. Let it be known that you will
not receive packages after 6 p.m.
4. Give your address plainly.
The same sort of thing could very
well be adopted in Revelatoke tbis
Christmas.
Fly 100 Miles Iln Hour
Calgary, Nov. 18,—Tho mysterious
Individual who has been flying over
the western prairies nnd mountain
passes in an aerul vph'iij, has re
vcaled himself. Don't nsk for names
nnd don't get inquisitive about the
kind of machine it is, for that is to
be kept very quiet until the patent
ollice at Ottawa comes through with
the protecting credentials—but the
public can learn something about
the mntter.
How would you like to leave from
near Calgary at about two o'clock
at night nnd go fnr enough east to
see the lights ol Swift Current, and
get back homo In time tor early
breakfast nt. four o'clock in the
morning?
How would you like to loavo from
near Calgary nt 21 o'clock nnd reach
Portland, Oregon, the follow,ng
night nu hour before the bells rang
midnight?
WENT 100  MILKS  AN  HOUR.
This la what the mysterious aviator clnims he has done nn.l there nre
several who «nw him in his flights,
and arc nrepnred to verify his story
Ho snys he .ins rraii' several midnight (lights down the 111,: oast ot
Cnlgnry, though be has made only
tho one trip  to Portland.
During the trips enst he estimates
be averaged a speed of seventy miles
an hour, nnd at limes he mu-t have
attained the remarkable velocity of
110 miles nn hour.
Rod and Gun
While big gamo hunting supplies
th? dominant note in the November
number of Rod and Gun in Canada,
published by W. J. Taylor, Limited,
Woddstock, Ont., there is in ths
same issue, plenty of material for
sportsmen who are not able, for var
ious reasons, to go after moose, deer
or bear, In thc opening article, Mr.
Bonnycastle Dale tells how Indian
boys make clever hunters, trappers,
nn.l fishermen and with what skill
they decimate the inhabitants of the
forest. Exploration in tbe Nepigon
country, fishing and mountaineering
topics, with many other papers and
soipe fine verses fill a number which
should find its way into all bunting
camps. Sportsmen, where'er they
may be found, can enjoy some pleasant half bours by dipping into its
i'"iitent8l assured that from beginning to end they will find much to
attract and intelest them. The completeness of the issue in covering tbs
whole wide field of Canadian sport
gives it distinction and gi>es fnr to
account for the standing thc Magazine has won and continues to de
serve.
High Bond Prices
New Westminster, Kor, is.— The
highest price ever offered for New
Westminster  eity  bonds  was  received
yesterday by the finance roninuttcn
(rom Stlmson A 'io. ol Toronto, who
offered    m i and 102 3-8 (or W73,-
Has it ever lieen observed how
many leading mrii ol the bench and
bnr in British Columbia have received their training among the mountains and iiDii ng camps ol Kootenay
The Kootenays has produo«l moro
learned legal lights than any other
part of this province, a fact that
cannot go by unheeded.
Helen snow obliterates all the
minor landmarks, locate tho shut off
valve in tho sidewalk that cuts ofl
the water from your bnuse, you may
hnve to make n run for It in your
pyjamns some frosty night this
winter.
Moving  pictures  to-night    at    tbe
Edison Th««tre.
Shilohb Cure
amebic ilopiimflUi  carta coldi.  b..l.
it limit aad Iu■»■(■,      111     n seals, Pag*
THE MAIL-HERALD, RVE1ST0.E B. 0
SATURDAY, nov. MTU, mm
Resourceful Canadians
The following is an interesting
snapshot that appoarod recently in
the Glasgow Citizen on the Canadian
temperament, which may be of in.
tercst to Bome of us who are Inqulsl
tive enough to know what oth-erpco-
ple think of us:
"You can't discourage a Canadian
He Is used to facing rebuffs nnd difficulties. He has not everything at
hand as wo have at home. He has
everything to do for himself. Whon
one shift won't work, ho turns quite
naturally to another, ns though it
waa inevitable to bc met with troiib
les. Perhaps it is the climate; but
whatever the reason lie, whether
things go like a song, or go dead
wrong, the Canadian is the man with
the smile. The truth Is, no other
kind of man would be any use in
this country. The business atmosphere the Canadian lives In is nervous and stimulating. No one is content to simply follow on after his
father. There     are  no successors
here; they nre all ancestors founding
their own  fortunes.
"Forgetting if one can Russell
Lowell's essay, 'On a certain condescension on the part of foreigners
this description about sums up the
situation and leads the way to the
criticism, thai the essential difference between the Canndian and the
Britisher is, that thc former is before all things resourceful, while the
latter, who has been reared in the
atmosphere of the sheltered life,
stands dumb and appalled before
the common facts perhaps climate
has something to do with the abound
Ing vitality ol thc Canadian temperament."
The Home Merchant
Retail merchants affected by catalogue house patronage by people in
their communities will find the following ten good reasons of assistance to them in their efforts to over
come this evil, They are from a
contemporary which has consistently
fought the catalogue concerns and
can be printed on the back of business cardB and envelopes or used in
newspaper advertising, or in circular letters or bargain sale announcements, or in all these forms. They
can be memorized and brought out
in a discussion of tbe subject with
persons addicted to the catalogue
house habit.     Thc reasons nre:
1. Your home merchants can duplicate the prices ma-de by any responsible concern anywhere on goods
of equal quality, in the same quantities and on the same basis of delivery and payment.
2. You can examine your purchases in the home stores and bo r.s-
sure-d of satisfaction before investing
your money.
3. Your home merchants arc always ready and willing to make
right any error or any defective article purchased.
4. Your home merchants help sup-
Port, through direct and indirect 'ax
ation, your schools, churches, libraries and other public  Institutions
5. Your home merchants help
make a good local market for everything you have to sell, and that mar
ket—more than any other one factor
—gives  your land  its  present value.
6. Your home merchants are yonr
good friends, ever ready to extend
a helping hand in time of need.
7. If tbis community la good enough for you to live in and make
your money in, it's good enough to
spend it in.
8-.   The best     citizens  In  this rom
munity are those who believe m and
prB'tise home patronage.     Be one of
the best.
9. The merchants in the distant
fity give you nothing valuable that
the home merchants cannot. glee
yo'l—and the former cnnnol and ^111
not do for you many things the lat.
ter do gladly.
iii. Bvery dollar kept r, ciretvla
tion :n this community helps increase property values. Every dollar sent out of this rommntii'y that
could as well be s|*nt here binders
the wheels of progress and helps
build up some other community at
jrosr expense,
Canada's Boy Scouts
A report on his observations of the
Boy Scout movement in Canada writ
ten by General Hlr Robert Baden-
Powell, has lieen received by Capt
R. J, Blrdwhistle, secreatry of the
scout movement lor Canada.
"I have no doubt now of the extended development of the movement
lneach province," »Ays thc general,
after describing the cordiality that,
attended his reception In all parts of
the country.
Speaking of Canada's needs for tho
scout movement, he remarks that tho
larger cities are rapidly becoming
fertat manufacturing centres aad thc
Piping Hot Water Always Ready
for every occasion, with the Kootenay Steel Range,
without " driving " the lire or wasting fuel. The
generous firebox is built so that the water heats very
rapidly as it passes through the water front, and
gives a plentiful supply. One bath usually empties
the boiler heated by an ordinary range with tlie
result that the rest of the family must wait for more
water to heat. Not so with the boiler attached to
the water front of a
Kootenay
Steel .%n&e *s
because the Kootenay never fails to heat as much
water as is required and as fast as it is used. Tlie
nearest McClary Agent will make clear to you the
reasons why you ought to own a Kootenay. M
Ti-i-n'e
Vaoco'jrrr,     St Jo'.in, N3,    Hamilton,    Cnl-iry
FOR SALE BY BOURNE BROS .REVELSTOKE
slum-boy will become like the"wast-
ers" of great tOnglish cities unless
something is done to help them. Mutual interest in thc movement will
be a bond of union to cement the
interests of French and Knglish in
Canada.     The  report says  further:
"In view of thc proximate formation of a Canadian navy and of the
exceptional facilities for instruction
afforded by the great lakes and rivers, 'sea-scouting' promises to be of
value to the country in sounding the
call of the sea to the buys and in
teaching them the elements of seamanship.
"I interviewed the following ministers: The premier, riir Wilfrid Laurier, who sees in the scouting the
possible education which he commends for the rising generation of
unity in spirit an.l energetic progressive citizenship.
"The minister of the interior, Hon
Mr. Oliver, whom I asked to help us
iy giving. :! possible, a larm as a
school for fitting British boy scouts
tor farm life    r.  I anada in     coonect-
•   . -      - the exist    [ agricul
tural college*.  This
secondary     course
'arm training school wl
to   -tart   In   Bog I   '
"The m.r.ster    *f marine.   Hon.  Mr
Brodeur    ■        -    • - -'iy     in
clined to  sea-scouting,  where
can   be encouraged  to  learn  tbe  elements of seamen's work     practically
and  w.thn:;t expense to the state.
"The minister of mil.t.a anl defence, Hon. Sir F. Borden, to whom
I explained   bi *«  be of
assistance  to  th? eadets a.s abovs in-
liCfttSd
"T ese  ministers  were nil  evident
able to the development
ol the Bobsms.
me  wan
the  keer '   which   th *
0|     the
irhenie   and
,i,.    |   * received
lb and t.ra.n
ing hulks ,'ur scouta becoming eea.
icouta    v   o, ther pub-
be l  men will similarly
ml boats Ioi the   a ose    or
tbat. t.hey will  pre I      band arts and
• irs    to iii e   ii  ■! le    troops,
portable telegraph equipment or hand
ambulance carta  to ti
efficiency in  these   lirei
B. C. fruit on Show
Victoria, Nov. 18.—A letter from
Mr. E. Bullock-Webster, telling of
the safe arrival in England of tbe
fruit shipped from British Columbia
for exhibition in thi old country has
been received by the department of
agriculture. The fruit was carefully
handled on the journey and reached
Kngland in good condition. It was
subjected to somewhat vigorous
shunting on the railroad line at Liverpool, but was not injured. On the
day of its arrival fifty boxes were
shipped to Crystal Palace where they
were opened and set out for exhibition on Nov. 1.
SMoh's Gure
quickly  stop* tonrfha,   cures colds,  heals
th* throat and lnatfj*       »   •   ■      23 cen'-
THE FISH BRAND SLICKER
is
famous for its sureness
of doinq its days work
and that days work is
to keep you dry and
comfortable when it    ,
rains.
SOLO EVERYWHERE
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Montreal Meat Declines
Montreal, Nov. Ig, -That the Canadian market haa followed that ,,f
the United States In the deellnlngof
prices for meat wns Indicated by re
ports of local packers and leals today. Barrel pork, which was $?.3
on Kept-ember 1, now Is ?2f,."**0, hums
hnvo dropped from 22 rents a pound
to If, cents and beef has declined
moro than a cent a poi,ml.
Moving pictures to-night
Edison Theatre,
at    tho
Easiest Way
to Buy
Christmas Gifts *k
in to une a "RYRIR" Cats-   XI
loftue.     You jet an immcnie
selection >if
Jewelry, Silverware,
China, Glass.
Leather (roods.
Stationery, Novelties,
etc.,
to choose from at a great
range of prices. We guarantee safe delivery prepay all
postal nr express churges
snd refund the money il desired.
Drop i, postal card right now
for Catalogue I,.
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
Otnmonri Merchants, Jeweler*
and Sllveremitlt*
134-131 YONQI ST.     -      TORONTO If
Jah. Rvrir,
President.
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Set,- Train.
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BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
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Patronize
Local Industry
oMAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock gf   printing  papers is lar^j
and well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVlenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cylccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. G.
Agents frr the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRIT
$60.00 Cash SATURIUY, NOV. 1I1TH, 1910
TUE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE B C
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Catch tho enthusiasm of
Christinas anil do your shopping early. The choicest
things go first, as a matter
of course, and because of the
general prosperity every person will be buying more holiday goods this year.
Shop early.
There is nothing more acceptable as a Xmas Gift than a pair
of nice shoes or slippers. We
have made extraordinary preparations this year in our buying
to suit the most fastidious, and
are showing the right lines at*
prices which will suit any pocket
book. Now is the time to buy
when our stock is complete antl
the range of siz.es unbroken.
LADIES EVENING SLIPPERS
LADIES PATENT PUMP-
turn sole, ankle strap, with mat
kid collar and small leather bow,
classy and neat.    Price $ 1.00.
LADIES' COLONIAL PUMP
—Patent leather, Louis Quinze
heel, turn sole, Colonial front
with wide cut steel buckle—$4.60
LADIES' VICI KID PUMP-
A neat and dressy little slipper,
made on a pump last with ankle
strap and Gibson bow, comfortable antl durable.   Price $3.50.
LADIES' BLACK SUEDE
PUMP—The nobbiest little shoe
in our stock, made on Gibson
pump last with turn sole and
medium French heel, gold beaded toe. An ideal evening slipper
Price $5.00.
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIP-
PER--made on pump last with
medium heel, ankle strap, with
beatled toe.    Price #4.50.
FELT SUPPERS
All sizes, all prices, the choicest line of these goods we have
ever shown.
CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS at
35c, 40c, and 75c
MISSES SLIPPERS at 55c. to
$1.10 in the Jaeger felt.
LADIES' FELT SLIPPER,
a wide range of colors and style
from $1.00 to $1.75.     Remember
our Jaeger Slipper  at   H.50 per
pair are our specialty.
LADIES' JULIETTES anew
line in Velvet Cord, herring bone
effect, fur trimmed. A variety
of shades.     Price #1.75 per pair.
MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS-
Comfortable and nobby. Our
Jaeger Slippers need no introducing at #175 and *2.00 per
pair.   Other makes at $1.35.
MENS LEATHER SLIPPERS
We have some values this year
that you cannot afford to miss in
Men's leather slippers. We have
only room to describe a few of
them:
MEN'S ROMEO-in black or
tan, half leather lined.—$1.75.
MEN'S OPERA-tan only,
just note this one, it is the best
value yet.   Price -12.00.
MENiS OPERA-tan only, patent finish, a nobby slipper, $2.50
MEN'S PULLMAN-black or
tan.   Price $250 per pair.
KOZY TRAVELLING SLIPPERS
Have you seen them? The
newest and most attractive little
Christmas gift wc have ever
offered in thc shoe line. Put up
in a leather folder which occupies less space than one ordinary
slipper. Leather lined. Comes
in black, tan, or ox blood. Ladies' or men's.   Per pair #4.50.
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
fancy
Goods
In the Fancy
Goods and Art
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you will find the -4M ,   *, -irT.TJ ,■;       frkj
most  complete *-'   ^" '     [M      ■•"    ti
slock  we havo ■jf',. .A'<" ft?--*-'>• ^- 4*,     J
yet shown. s "*' '•**
Plenty  of light and lots of room to shop al
your leisure.
fur Lined Overcoats
The gift par excellence. We hive a range
that would pay you to investigate. We know our
prices are right ami think you will agree with us
after a close examination First clasi rat linings;
either Otter or Persian lamb collar: the very best
of beaver shells.
Prices $90, $IOO, $110, $120
Acceptable Gifts
for My Lady
Handkerchiefs, the most acceptable gift, in quarter, half
and dozen in boxes. Also in
fancy Christmas folders, the
largest and most complete assortment we ever introduced at from
25c. to $10 a box
Fancy Boies for Christmas Gifts
You enhance the value of any gift by sending it in a Fancy Christmas Box, decorated with holly designs in rich colors. These can be
had in an assortment of styles—For Gloves, Ties, Hosiery, Glassware,
Novelties, Fancy Work, Handkerchiefs. The boxes carry with them a
touch of sentiment, and all worth the attention of any person who
believes in doing things right.
furs The Royal Gilt
We have a bargain in Marri-
bou sets at present. Those fine
novelties are all the rage in New
York and other fashion centres
just now. We have a set of
Traveller's Samples that are coming your way at a big reduction.
Fancy Linen Pieces
Beautiful snow white linen
pieces—Tray Cloths. Doylies,
Centre Table Squares. Napkins,
Buffet Scarfs, etc Many of the
ladies have got bargains this
week at our Linen sale- We
have a new lot for the balance of
this week, all on a table for easy
choosing at half-price.
Art Linens and Cushions
We have the Corticelli Silk
Company'ssamples of Art Linens
and Cushions on sale at half price
The "Melba" knit coat in all
colors, with roll collar,turn cuffs,
double and single breasted, fancy buttons, eqtra fine worsted,
closo knit at #3 75 an I $1.75.
Get It at Hume's
~\
Aside from the encouragement and
enthusiasm to grown-up people, the joy
of children at Christmas time repays a
hundredfold all the money, time and
thought spent in making them happy,
the delightful illusion o( Simla Clans
grows in interest every year and the
vision of thc Snow King hovers on the
line of childish imaginations like stars at
eventide on the horison. Homes are
made happy with the gladness the children can enjoy, and because of this
leadership of childhood and the touch of
nature that makes for universal goodwill
leavens the whole mass of humanity.
Blankets, Bed Comforts
There is nothing that gives the
same satisfaction us lino, light und
warm bed covering; you get this
satisfaction wheh you buy a Maish
Laminated Cotton Down Comfort.
We have a choice range of these
goods, also a line of pure white
Lambs wool Comforts which excel
an; thing on the market. Try a
Queen Alexandra blanket, the be=t
the market affords, at If 5 50 to $7
per pair.
Carpet Sweeper
Who could imagine a nmre
choice Xtiias present than a Ris-
sell'.-t Carpet Sweeper. Il sweeps
thoroughly, makes no noise, raises
no di st. Call nnd examine the
new ball hearing lines sold at retail prices set by the manufacturer.
Iron Beds
Get It at Hume's
Springs nnd Mattresses. We
cany a choice range of these goods
in all sizes at prices that will stand
investigation. Health brand and
d*li M attract*guaranteed perfectly sanitary.
Olives id Pickles
This is the time of year when you will enjoy your dinner
if you have some nice olives and pickles, Never before huve
we had a larger and better stock. Stuffed olive" with peppers,
tomatoe=, and nits, Crosse iV. Blackwell's famous Queen olives
in half pints, pints and quarts, Nabob Olives in half pints
and quarts, Crosse & Blackwell's mixed Chow-Cbow, walnuts and white onions in half pints, pints and quarts, Houston's sweet pickles, Gillard's relish, Morton's, Lipton's,
Rowat's and Heintz sweel, sour and white onions.
Xmas fruits
With Xmas drawing so close at hnntl, huve yen thought
of your Xmas cooking. Don't leave it until the best is gone.
Do your shopping early. We have a car of fruits due here
early next week and will be in a position to lill your orders in
the Lest possible manner. <> :r goodl have bten selected with
the greatest care and we have bought mm" but the best fruits
on the market. Hallow! and Kurd Dates, Smyrna Figs,
Sultana Raisins, California Seeded Raisins and Mdskutels,
Cleaned Currants in I lb. pkgj. and bulk, Lemon, Orange and
Citron l'eel, in fact everything the huusenile needs for her
csoking.
(lii and (rockerywaie
See our line of Fancy Japanese China, Five O'clock Tea
Sets, Cocoa Sets, Sugar, Creams, Cups nnd Saucers, Bread and
Butter Plates, Chocolate Jugs, Trays, Cake Plates, Ron Run
Dishes, Fern Pots, Salad Rowls, Celery Trays, Re.ry Sets, etc.
Anything you want we will lay it away for you until you
want it.
Confectionery
In this department, as before, we will be again to the
front with all the best and purest confectionery. Quality and
purity is our motto hero. Candy, nuts and raisins for the
little oneB as well as for your Xmas table.
Tasty Cheese
See our table of cheese all the different varieties on the
market. Ontario fresh, plain cheese, Kilam Dutch oheese,
Inuersot Cream Cheese, Swiss cheese, McLaren's Imperial
cheese in sizes nt 16 cents, 'Mi cents, 66 cents and $1.10 per
jar, antl Limlierger cheese "in tho cellar."
f(
Men's Plain linen hem-stitched
bonier, from 20c. to 40c. each.
Plain linen with hem-stitched
borders, put up in fancy boxes of
six.    From $1.25 to $3 per box.
Linen Handkerchiefs with embroidered initials, in boxes of
six, at $1 75 per box.
Excelda Handkerchiefs, plain
or fancy borders, three for 50c.
Excelda Handkerchiefs, with
any initial, 25c. each.
A NEW FEATURE in this
line is our sets of Handkerchiefs
and tie to match, made of heavy
twill silk in neat patterns and
colors—*15d per set.
Silk Handkerchiefs, both plain
antl fancy borders, all sizes and
weights   10c. to -11.25 each.
Just opened, and they are
beauties. They range in price
from 75c to S3.50.
The Phoenix or Protection
knitted mufflers in separate Doxes
at 00c. each.
Padded Mufflers in shapes from
75c. to $1.50 each.
Dress Mufflers at $3 and $3.50.
Fancy Folders, in grey, blue,
bhek, wine, green, pearl, and
riseda. All new patterns from
$1 to $3.
MUFFLER AND TIE SETS
Another novelty, tie and Muffler of extra heavy silk and to
match. Both well made and of
a generous size—$3.50 per set.
Fancy Suspenders 75c. to $2.00
per pair.
Suspender Sets, put up in attractive boxes — Suspenders,
Armlets, Garters, fine silk and
lisle webs $1 to $3.00.
Lined and unlined in all shades
and all sizes. These are another
of our Xmas specialties. You
can't go astray when buying
gloves of us.   Prices $ 1 to $3.50.
JAEGER VESTS-If you have
any doubts about the superiority
of these vests over other makes
let us settle them for you. The
patterns this year are decidedly
new, but the knitted back and
pure wool trimmings are of the
same standard which has made
them famous.—$4.25 to *f6.50.
This vear all Toys and Fancy
Goods  on   sale  on  the   Second
Floor.   Take elevator.   We have
the best electric passenger elevator at your service that we could
All modern appliances for safety and comfort.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ™* .Arrowhead
Special  sales  every  morning
from now till Christmas.     Many
things we are closing out at big
bargains go on Bale in the mornings  as we are too crowded to
attend to them during the afternoon.
I Tag.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE H   0
SATURDAY, MOV. l'J'l'il,  1010
Dress Goods
A: 25c, per yard,   heavy  cloth,   double
idth, selling at 25c. per yard.
Warm Underwear
•vi 75c. pn'Suit Ladies' winter weigh!
s e this underwear before purchasing
. Isew here.
Hosiery
Ladies' Black
Selling at 25c
Cashmere
per pair.
lll.S,
, reg,
K Ic.
Ladies' Cloth
Coats
Ladies' Black
$12.
Cloth   Ci
ats,
SI'llillL
t at
Misses' Dresses
Exceptionally nice Btyles, lit girls from
lu to 16 years.
Ladies' Jap Silk Gowns
Warm and comfortable fur winter wear.
Womens' Sweater Coats
Prices ranging from $2.50 lo$7.00 each.
Men's Underwear
Heavy wool, neat lining garments, now
H'lling ut Ifi ."'ll per suit.
Men's Heather Hose]
A nV ■ line,   three pairs for One Dollar.
Youths' Overcoats
A choice line nf Tweed (hereout-', lit boys
from three veins to in years.
REID <& YOUNG
Tomorrow  being  tho 2<Hli    ol    tlio
ni'iiii li, 11 i y lull has aski'*l us lu
state Umi the Hnal ilato lor ills-
i',,nut on Hi** monthly water and
liHil accounts will bo Monday, Nov.
21st,
The in,si,,iin-.' tiepartmenl ol Oann
tin again bai n lariw surplus, says
tlio l.i'lliliriili.'i' Herald, Again tlir
cry will co it|i iri'in llii1. west thai
the country coul.l net along with n
little less surplus and a little bettor
servlco   in   Hint   ilepiiri ment   in       the
Wl'h'l ,
With ihe iipi'i"uch of winter »
movement wo think, might very well
lie sot on foot to torm o gloo club
in Rovolstoko, Prom the line dem
onstratton lasl night ai tho Bt, Pol
er's iut cit it i ii iiii ui, nf choral Blnglng-
tiii'iv is evidently sume splondld tal
ml   in  I lu* eil j   « hlch  could  very  well
he beard mine olten, In other Oan
iiillnn cities Biith organizations havo
met wiih groat success and thoro Is
no reason why In Rovolstoko such a
musical sneiety could not bo formed,
iii addition to being u means ol ili
vorslon, much good enn accrue to
the city iiself, especially il u number
it good voices aro available,
Xmas Cards
Come in .-uul choose. Will,ive thousands, if you can't
come in, write u*-.
Leave '"tir orders for the
Illustrated Xmas papers. We
hnve tin in all with the big
,   I in : pictun ■*, 35o.antlB0o
Church of England
Prayer Books
fust    ■•■>•': a nice l"i oi the
New Edition Church "f Rng
laud Prayei K""k-. All prices
If \ou want small calendar
; - for Christmas work we
bave   hundreds   tu    choose
fri'in at
Macdonald's
Drug Store
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so it you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded ii' not just what we represent it to be,
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Tens and
Coffees and can offer you lhc best values on lhe market,
ranging in juice from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Insurance
Is one of the  most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look after  this  branch   of
the business for you.
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors lo K maid & Anderson
LOCAL AND GENERAL
First-class  programme "I     moving
■  ■* s tt:  the  Ddison theatre     to-
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A.C.I
agent in      K.un-
I from the Brit,
lh   Idmil     ';. .'user
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If 3 don't come —
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Christmas
Goods
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re, look
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foi    * . ;  *   *
Bews  Drug Store
Hi it Hume Block
"Hide not  v    light  under u
cl" hus been e\ ident ly sti *
trated     during    the   pa*t mo
I throughout   the  city,  judging   I *.
eemingly general  outcrj  against  the
1 unusually hi a l
month.
5 ni will  fin I
and  '■ * * llsnt   ouokiu
Bean Suppei   •«
lay, >
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friends,
It.   -•*
mills nn.l  Lumber      Lin
He re]
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mill    will
':nns.
Local cl ■
to   hear   tl
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It    IS i'l'
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Mitre.
at     the
Much to th levol
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs.   .1.   P,   Mel.* ii mi n   wns  llie  hoe
less <>ii Thursday niphl  at bridge,
Mrs.  (i.   M.   I Hark   of   Nelson,     is    n
visitor in the citj and will remain
hero   during the winter,
Mrs. Herman \'u Kinney has boon
erlotiBly Indisposed during tho pnst
week   but expeeis to  ho  up shortly.
It. 11. Tinein.oi Is here, Now is
ihe time lo nei your t'hristmils pho
ins. See our special photos, if.".ihi
per dozen.
FOUND A bunch ol keys, ure mark
Od C.P.R. iiwnei enn hnve siitiie
hy proving their property and pay
in. for this advertisement.
Jack Knox has just received the
sad Intelligent:* ol the sudden denth
of his mother, Mrs, A. Q. Btrachan,
lately resident ol Rovelstoke, in
Aberdeen, Scotland,
Mrs. A, 11. Mien wns ul homo on
Thursday afternoon to a largo number of [fiends, being her last receiving dny before loaving Rovelstoke on
an extended holiday visit to California.
!•'. VV   Hess, local manager of   the
RevelBtoke  Sawmill  Co.,  bus      i n
transferred to the Calgary oilier ,,i
the company and  will leave lor thai
i Ity next week to assume his new-
lilt ies. The genial Prod «ill be
greatly missed in  this community,
Thc members ol the BaptlBt church
ebon* were entertnine,! ul. the home
ol Mr, fin.l Mrs. W. liyr.l on Friday
night. The feature of the evening
wus e surprise supper which wus
thoroughly enjoyed bj nil nml nt
which there was much men mi nt.
M * ■ e id ..lines brought a iimst en-
' ning to a close.
tisilo trongth, It is dlsclos d utter
u mannor so Ingenuous that Its melo
dramatic fonturos  never  irrltato  nor
weary,      llle  nlsoii   sines  well,       Ills
voice in' manages carolully, " Btraw
ben h* *," a splendid number porh ips
brings him mosl applause. The
iiim i y Bouhrol ie purl nl Oono Dimple
Is .-li oi fully acted by n fresh, bwoo!
looking inl of ihe ISngllsli typo,
whose singing is extromolj good and
sin* has a molotlloils voice fur above
ihe nvorafffo musical comedy stand
aril."
GUS.NESS LOCALS
WANTED A Fumlshod Room, oon
dally locntod. Apply P.O. Box lo
Kiaest,     iissorlnu nl    of    Christmas
Cards In  U, C, nt  Hews' drug Btoro,
New   laid   en's,   Hue.   per  dozen,    al.
Vlclntyro's,
Largo tasty  Labrador herrings   al
Melnlyre's.
Ten dlltoreni styles of Olliei rasors
io eh."i* o fi mn at Hews' iinii,' store,
Btovo pipe polish, cup 1111*1 brush,
only   Hflc,   at   Mel ill y re's..
Lovely line of I lunil Bags, llll
Ivies,   nl   Hews'   ill lie  BlOI'O,
Local view calendars, throe views,
in box nu.ly for mailing, He. and
25c., at Hews'  Drug Btoro,
Carpets cloanod on tho door by
Howson's  Vacttm t'nrpel  clouiler,
Tbe most Improved way of cleaning
carpets is  Howson's Vacum Cleaner,
Send   in your orders.
POUND   A  Mourning Brooch.   Owner
enn leive same by proving properly
nnd  paying  for  ih.s  advertisement,
\VANTKH   Three Rooms  lor      light
house keeping, Man  and      wo.nun
only.     O.    M. Clark,     Rovolstoko
Sash and Door Factory,
Howson's cash prices lor furniture
are ns good as Hasteia prices with
freight added.
See our .show* ease ol (oinonesti.il.
Chocolates, new Xmas stock, Buy
one for Christmas.—C. H. Iluine .t
Company,
See our assort inenl of I'iereed
llrnss Work, all sizes and kinds, at
Macdonald's drug .store.
10.  P, Tucker,    tho   loeal      photo-
■tnplii i, will make liberal reductions
in .'ill pliotographs taken by htm
until January 1st, 1911, Come early
in  the  day   tor  besl   results. te.
if yon wanl a Thermos bottle or
pitcher, see the selection nl Mae
donaW's .lun: store Leather eases
for carrying them and also the parts
to Bi  up broken bottles,
Specials for Friday and Mi n.lny,
Van Camps assorted soups In vegetable, chicken, mock turtle, bouillon,
consomme, mulligatawny, tomato, ox
tail, al the small price "f two for
25 cents.   ('.  li.  1 lunie & Co,
Our Christmas Cards now opened.
Thousands to choose from al Mac
donald's drug Btoro.
Ole Oleson
Mr. Ben
*: 3   lit    the I Ipelu
.   Nov. L'ith,      ns
"I lie i ili on."
raakt - Hi * most of les
■
coming am
rate i le
ne contrast
I the  hero
i Ion of
h the
1  ar-
Noted Aviator's Romance
New Y'lil;, Nov. 18, The engagement of Comte Jacquos de Losseps,
the French aviator, to Miss Grace
Mackenzie, tho youngest daughter dI
Mr. William Mackenzie, the million
aire railroad builder, was announced
here today by Comto Bertrand de
I.ess,'lis. brother ol lhe aviator,
i 'omte Jacques de Lesscps mel Miss
,■ at thc Ton nto aviation
meet. He is n sou of Comte Feed
Inand de Lessops, the famous French
-i*r.
Shihh's Gure
quickly  Ati.pi roinlhi,   > nr...   , >>1.'m   hr,,la
tlm Ibront ami l,,,,,;*..       •   •   •      23 i, ul*..
I
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•   Bti *. d
*    pass       a
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* tile
I  ' a;.plie I
to can     iti i   i   ,,• .* ni honors,
rable elo
menl ■ thi       iation foi
the clei toi thai ... | bllll v of
making a wrong selection would be
ied iei-1 to a minimum.
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or
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nil l It is with this aim         ■ ■      to
in* ,* ttoke  * to
* enjoyment
tin- annual masquerade balls under
the ai  .**            i* Ire Bi 1
111 •      '   I,      Thi     year   li i
i ic *:*i!i* ■ elm ed and
that nil Revelsto il ten i     en
nnl take advantage of the
opportunity ollentd on thai dale and
■ni*   .ml   heartily   enjoy   thomSolvM, '
OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, Nov. 24,
BEN HOLMES*
Prince   ot   Swedish   Dialect
medians  and   Sweet Singer
in Ben Hendri'k's Original
Ole Olson
il..' made Millions
of the
Sweet Songs!        Harmonious Music!
Hilarious  Comedyl
The Greatest Swedish-American
Piny ot tin; Season
Prices: |l, 75c, 50c. It
Scats ni Macdonald's Drug Store,
' We Guarantee This Attrat tion."
After Supper Sale
Mo. 48
We have priced some splendid lines til' goods fnr
quick selling to-night. Some of the newest in the
store, at prices that will fairly coax you to buy.
Nothing old, nothing out-of-date, only the besl of
seasonable goods are advertised  for these sales.
St nr window display of the goods.    They will
surprise you by their high quality and low price.
We nave lots of other lines on sale, but have nol
room to mention them.
DRESS GOODS ^out 20 sujt lengths of
ww-i-fw the new suitings, in all
the lute weaves and colorings, These are exclusive patterns, no two alike. Regular prices are
from % to $15.   Selling to-night at one-third off,
LACE  COVERS AND   SHAMS
Some of the new lines.just pul into stock. Pine
Nottingham lace that will wear well and wash
better.   'Ihey  come  in  Stand   Covers,   Bureau
('overs, and Shams or Table Covers* Two patterns, nne at 35c. and I al 50c.     This is a Snap!
PRFTONNFS  A1"'111   260  yards of Cre-
untnuiviVLd tonnesin :i laiK(, variety „,.
colorings.   All pretty designs and regular widths.
To-night, only LOc. per yard.
cushion tops k«&,v&32
and Arts and Crafts designs, whal everyone is
working for Xmas. The colorings nre good and
the designs are very effective. To-night only 50c.
each.
DO NOT   MISS   OUR   BARGAINS  IN
LADIES' AND   CHILDREN'S SHOES
m<ia
£/tnwt.
nn.     o    o    a   O CD   ODS.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and you Bhould insist upon Retting the best nt all
linns- get our*. Our reputation for good bread is not
the result of chance. Our customers are pallefied that
ours is the most satisfactory bread tbey nm buy.
Try It and you will hecome « regular customer. Our
Groceries are aUo in keeping with our breadi
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
ONLY  FIVE WEEKS REMAIN
To make preparations for Xmas. Therefore
we would advise you to select from our clean,
fresh stock of English Peels, Raisins, Currants,
Sultanas, Spices, in fact all the ingredients for
a good Xmas Pudding or Cake.
John Mclntyre & Son - PS
Men's Fall Hats
We haw just put in stock a large assortment
of Stetson, Carter, Redmond, l'itt and
Headform Hats in stiffs and softs. To sec
them is to huy oui;, that is why we want
you to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
cuffs and separate Peter I'an collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING

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