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perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60.
Interior Publisnmg Co., Agts
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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Vol 16-No. 90
REYELSTOKE, B. C. NOVEMBER 16, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
AN OLD PROVERB SAYS " THE BEST IS NONE TOO
GOOD."   THIS IS SO OF HARDWARE AND TOOLS.
CHEAP MATERIAL OF ANY KIND IS DEAR MATERIAL IN THE LONG RUN.
OUR LINES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN OF THE BEST
AND MOST DURABLE QUALITY. THE BEST MANUFACTURERS MAKE OUR HARDWARE.
OUR   PERSONAL  GUARANTEE   STANDS   BACK OF
ANY TOOL WE SELL,
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
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Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized -      -     $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5.575,000.00
Capital Paid Up 5 330,000.00
Reserve        - 5.5ou,j00.00
Brinohes nr Agents at nil principal points in'Can ulft.
Agent* in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited, t'hicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Ban't, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Departmant
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest nllowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
|—WnHHBSmaHSaHBBBBBl
Creamery gutter
Eastern Townships
Shamrock
Alberta Government
Independent Creamery
I
P.   Burns & Co.
Limited.
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Ladies'Furs! Ladies' Furs!
A    nice    assortinenl   to   choose   from   at
Reasonable Prices
JUST PUT IN STOCK LADIES   WARM WINTER SKIRTS
A nice range of niy.os.   Good Materials,
Mrs. A. G. Crick, ■ First St.
TWO DOOR8 EAST OK   EDISON THEATRE
Election of OTTicers—Speeches on
Prosperity
A well attended and enjoyable
smoker was held last night in thc
.Selkirk Hall by the Kevelstoke Con-
iservatlve Association. The guests
of ilu' evening Included the Hon.
Thomas Taylor, Ft. F. Green, presi-
| dent of the B. 0. Conservative Association; Thos. Freeman, D. Gilchrist,.R. Pearson, New Westminster;
S. Churchill, Elmrne; E. N. Kirsnell
F. P. Armstrong, D. H. Kolston,
Golden.
The president of the local association, Vi. Vi. Foster, in presenting
the annual report, referred to the
efficiency of the organization through
out the district. In Revelstoke the
roll was increasing steadily and now
numbered 325. Arrowhead and other branches were working well and
increasing in strength and efficiency.
A new association was organized at
Galena flay. In retiring, Mr. Foster assurrcd the new officers the same
support as the past officers have received.
The following are the new officers :
Hon. Pres.—Hon.  R.  L.  Borden.
Hon.   Pres.—Hon.  R.   McBride.
Hon. Vice-Pres.—A. S. Goodeve and
Hon. T. Taylor.
Pres.—Roy  McDonald.
1st Vice Pres.—Vi. A. Sturdy.
2nd  Vice rres.—M.  Lawler.
3rd Vice Pres.—D.  E.  Jackson.
4th  Vice Pres.—L.  Probyn.
Sec.—T.  Wadman.
Treas.—F.  McCarty.
Asst. Sec—B.  R. Blacklock.
Executive committee—J. A. McMillan, J. Carmichael, A. E. Kincaid, R. Squarebriggs, D. Jackson,
C. O. Brown, T. Long, G. S. MeCarter, Vi. A. Foote, F. Corson, T.
Downs, C. M. Field, P. Hooley, W.
Hornell, B. A. Lawson, A. J. McDonell, R. Tapping, F. Young, 11.
.Manning, E. Dupont, J. McSorley,
W. Lnppen, J. Laughton, W. Clay,
B. M. Clay, J. H. Armstrong, W. J.
Law, \V. Smythe, C. Young, J. P,
Furde, J. J. Nlxson, E. Trimble, W.
Watson, A. Arman. Willis Armstrong
T. Lawrence, J. Hume, R. Smith, A.
i'.. Brooker, E. Coining. S. Sutherland, O. Holten, E. M. Allum, A.
McLean, J. Hooley, P. Murphy, CA.
Ootterell, W. M. Ansley.
A well selected programme of vocal
and Instrumental music was rendered
Addresses were delivered by R. F.
Green, who dealt briefly with tha
prosperity of the province under the
McBrlde government and congratulated  Revelstoke on   its  progress.
H. G. Parsons, of Golden, spoke in
terms of praise of the Revelstoke
Conservative Association and enlarged on the good work Mr. Taylor had
done. He promised support to Mr.
Vi. Vi. Foster, who would in all prob
ability be the new president of the
B.   C.   Conservative  Association.
Mr. Taylor gave a brief resume of
his career ns member for this riding
nnd touched on the increaring prosperity of the province, pointing out
that a scheme of good roads and
trails throughout B. C. would be
carried out by the department. He
congratulated the local association
on its success and thanked all for
their confidence in him.
A few remarks by th.' new officers
closed a very successful evening.
Nelson Convention
Probably the biggest political convention ever held in the province
will be the one at Nelson next week,
when delegates from all ol the dis
trict associations all over British
Columbia will meet for the transaction of general business. The meel ing
will open at IC o'clock on the morning ,,f November l"th, and will be in
session two days, Thursday and Fridny. All the members of the government with the exception of Hon.
v.. J. Bowser and Hun. Prioe Ellison arc expected to bc present.
Each riding is entitled to send ten
delegates for each member elected to
the house and from reports sent from
the coast and other districts it appears thnt practically every riding
is sending its full complement ot del
egates. It is anticipated that at
least .ion persons will be brought to
Nelson by the convention.
lying forward a road construction
programme which (its in well with
British Columbia's—Hon. Mr. Taylor will enjoy the worthy honor of
having initiated construction of one
of the most important and acceptable highway enterprises in all Amer
ica, and which will constitute an en
during monument to the ollicial career  of "Good  Roads  Taylor."
Obituary
We regret to announce the sad intelligence of the death of James Anson Magee, aged 51, manager of the
Adams River Lumber Co.'s mill at
Chase, Lake Shuswap, which occurred suddently on Monday afternoon
from heart failure. The deceased
had been attending a meeting of
lumbermen at the RevelBtoke Club
Later on he was taken up stairs,
on Monday afternoon and feeling indisposed had retired from the room,
where he lay down to rest a little
while with a doctor in attendance.
Only a few minutes eleised before he
suddenly collapsed. All medical skill
available was tried to resuscitate life
but proved fruitless.
The deceased, although feeling unwell that afternoon, appeared in the
best of spirits, and death came with
startling suddenness. The remains
were shipped last night to Seattle
the home of the deceased, the fmural arrangements being in the han Is
of the local Masonic lodges. Much
sympathy will be felt for the bereav-
ed family, as Mr. Magee was well
known in Revelstoke, having a lar ;e
circle of friends and has been associated with many important p:o£Te3-
sive movements in this part of tlie
province, and his death will be great
ly felt by all who knew him.
James Anson Magee was born on
November 22nd, 1S5*S, in the state of
Wisconsin, U. S. A. , coming we;t
in 1889. ln 1895 he reached the
Kootenays, and was for some time
representing Mr. Bostock as manager
of the old Kootenay Lumber Co.,
and founded the town of Comaplix in
189G. Mr. Magee has dune more
than any other man to bring the
Fish Creek mining camp before the
public. In 11107 he founded the now
thriving town of Chase on Luke Bhu
swap and started the Adams River
Lumber Co., of which he was manng
sr at the time of his death. The
deceased was a strong Mason, being
a member of Kootenay Lodge No. 15
ind Royal Arch Chapter at Revelatoke, Western Gate Preceptory, Victoria and  Gizeh Temple,  Victoria.
Over eighty Masons accompanied
the body to the station last night
J. B. McKenzie travelling with it to
■ieattle. Numerous wreaths nn.l
nessages of condolence were sent to
Mrs. Magee from the many friends of
■he deceased with whom he was held
a high esteem.
Blind Pip Go to J ail
Penticton, 11. C, Nov. 15.— That
he warning given by Stipendiary
Jagistrate Guernsey some weeks ago
n connection with the sale of liquor
iy white men to Indians was no
idle one, was discovered by John
Armstrong and Charles Worden iu
he police court yesterday. Both men
vere committed to Kamloops jail,
he latter for six and the former for
rhree months, for selling liquor to
udians  on  the  I'entlcton  reserve.
The same thing could very well be
'one with Revelstoke blind pigs.
3ib!e Tercentenary
ol
Next year is the tercentenary
llie tirst. publication of that version
ol the Bible which is mosl familiar
,o all the English speaking world —
lhe  authorized   version,   prepared and
ubllshed in Hill by command "I
King James I, says the London
Chronicle.
The  occasion   is  lo  be rommemorat
,'ii in a manner befitting such a not
able anniversary and several leading
Bible Rociot.ios are now laying plnns
to thnt end. It. is probnblo that the
eclcbrntipns will Include a special Ber
vice in Saint Paul's Cathedral with
a sermon by an eminent preacher o!
the day, anniversary meetings and a
great exhibition of the Bjble in some
ot thc hundreds of edltlonH distributed annually ln almost all the known
languages of the globe.
Seeks Co-Operation
Hon. Thomas Taylor, Provincial
Public Works Minister, has recently
n.lJrcssed important letters to Prcm
ler Sift'.n of Alberta, Premier Scott
,.,( Saskatchewan, and Hon. Mr. Rog
il Manitoba, each of whom ad-
leis the department of works
respective province, soliciting
their co-operation in thc construct- '
i*n of a trans-Canadian trunk road
and automobile highway, of which
iii. British Columbia through trunk
:onl will form nn Important nn.l
most picturesque portion, If the cooperation of the provinces can be
secured—aud Alberta is already car-
Food Price Drop
New York, Nov. IS.—Decline! in
food prices nre indicated throughout
the eaHt and middle west today. In
Kansas city Ihe general decrease is
from five to fifteen per rent., drops
ol three cents a pound in pork and
beef being registered.
Retailers here declnio that thc do-
el,ne in ihe price of food products
h.is not yet reached thoir business,
b it that It mny be expected soon.
Chicago, Nov. 15.—Provision Iioiisoh
In Chicago declared that the decline
in food prices was slue to the biggest corn crop in the hlstoryof the
nition, collided with lack of fear
ol adverse  legislation,  inspire!      by
ROVAL WELSH CHOIR
Revelstoke Audience Delighted
With Visit-Musical Treat
The Royal Welsh Ladies Choir have
come and gone, Imt tbey have left
recollection of one of the sweetest
evening's it lias been the good fortune of Revelstoke music luveis to en
joy. The Edison theatre was packed on Saturday night with an appreciative audience who heartily encored every number, which showed
how the silver throated girls from
Wales had touched thc hearts of the
people of our city. Madame Hughes
Thomas and her girls covered themselves with glory and are easily the
finest musical aggregation ever
heard in the west.
Attired in Welsh national costume,
the choir opened with thc famous
war song "Men of Harlech" follow?d
by a well chosen programme. The
solo work was a delight nnd a revel
ation to lovers of music. The
" Dear Home Land " was sung by
Miss Harries with a note of longing
nnd a hint of tears and she expressed in the music what hundreds felt
Miss Lewis was superb with a contralto voice of great rnngo. Miss
Langdon, to whom fell Lemon's
haunting song "My ain Folk" has
a truly superb and enchanting contralto of rich tone, which enraptured
the audience. Miss Langford. who
sang "Poor Wandering One" treated
this difficult Irish song magnificently
and Miss Owen, who sang KJlarney,
accompanied by a pretty muted violin like humming by thc whole choir,
has a soprano of exceptional range
and purity. The strongest number
was the singing of thc prison scene
from II Trovatore, by Miss Langdon
and Miss Emmanuel, which was thc
finest piece of work ever heard in
this city. The concert ended' with
the grand old Welsh National Anthem, followed by God Save the King
Rovelstoke owes Mrs. Thomas a
debt of gratitude for bringing such a
tnlented body of young ladies here.
The chorus work was llawlcss and
beautifully balanced in rhythm and
presision, being perfectly trained.
The concert fully justified nl thc
glowing press accounts written. Tbe
shading of the harmony revealed delicate varied nuances of power from
pianissimo to fortissimo and the
voices have n splendid ensemble, the
sections well blended and tin power
and verve being continually manifest
while all th:1 parts were of perfect
accent and intonation.
We cannot say more thm that
there is no one who did not thoroughly enjoy the beautiful concert
and admit that the Welsh Choir is
one of the finest comblnatieni of
vocalists that has ever crossed the
sen. The stage was tastefully set
with flower- an.l plants supplied by
J. Maley, while R. Howson supplied
tho Heintzman piano.
Delightful Evening
No stone iB being left unturned to
insure lho success of the St. Peter's
entertainment at the Opera House
on Fridny this week. Tickets arc
now on sale throughout the city.
Several specialties are being introduced, including novel dances, children' comedietta and variety dances,
dainty choruses by a hevy of pretty
girls and a gland cake walk and
nigger parade by Revelstoke's most
talented comedians.
The wh.de will aflonl a delightful
evening's  amusement. A   siile      of
work will be held in the nfternoon.
Sents nro now on snle at Maodon-
aid's drug store, while tickets nre
procurable  from   any   ol   tho    Ladles'
Guild.    Tiie evening's programme is
varied nnd novel In every respect,
while mimic, scenery nn.l costumes
are no small features.
Illegal Resolution
Montreal,      Nov.   Id.—Justice   linn
is, this morning granted nn Interloc
utory Injunction restraining CatbollO
school commissioners from putting
into effect n resolution dismll unlive teachers alleged to bo free mas
mis. The judge said Iho resolution
was Illegal anil seemed to him to
have exposed the commission to
uiits for damages. The commlM-
loners must refrain from doing nny
thing in regard to appointing hiic-
cessois until further orders from she
courts.
it is understood that, the Knslo A
Slocan Railway, or what, is left of
It, Is to lie transferred In the 0am
dinn Pacific Rnllwny by the Great
Northern Railway, nnd llmt the line
will be rebuilt, nn.l operated next
yenr. Tho Canadian I'nclfle Rnll- ,
woy haH lwon willing for some time
to take It over, and the change, It
is snid,  ban been  strongly urgod    by
tbo    Provincial government,    which
j sees no prospect id ever inducing lho
the results of tbe recent congroasiou- Great Northern to undertake tlio opal elections, oration o! tho railway.
Heaters
We arc showing a large stock
of Heating Stoves at prices
that cannot I e beaten. Base
Burners, combination wood
and coal stoves, Blazers, Box
Stoves, Air Tight Heaters,
Oil Heaters, etc. Si .;-Alta
Kootenay and Hotc' Ksnges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
r
Look! What's Doing
in Boys' Clothing
It is not a question of "can you afford  to buy
your son a suit just now,"  but,  rather,   "can
you afford not to."
Boys' Suits that were from 14.50 up to f 6.00.
Now 82.30
They are a few odd lines which we are clearing
out and there is everv size in the assortment.
SEE OUR WINDOW
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
The
Best
Cuts
of good meat come from our store.
Mayl e 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
gund Roast, Steak or Chops, you
will find permanent satisfaction in
dealing with us.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Oreati I Health Retort on tlir Continent
Natural Uol Water, l.M Degree nl ilea
Natural ll"i Wilier in Bathe,    ll,    . All Year
Rates from $12 to £15 Per Week
Doors, Windows, Moudings,
Tornings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Page I
THE MATLIIERALD REVELSTO     ■ B C
WEDNESDAY, NOV.  16TH,   1910
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writer, not oeoetearlly fo  pubuoaiioii.bin
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AND PINKHAM,
BAKRISrtKS, SOLICITORS, KTC.
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Solicitors for:— '
las Canadian Bank of Commerce,
Thk Mulsoxs Bank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   -   KEVKLSTOKB, B.O.
tOBEK'I SMITH
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Provinci.il Laml Surveyor.
Mining Surveyor
tinglneet'lug
Mi KKNZ1B AVENl K
Box 1U6, Rkvklstoki
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Mountain  View Camp   No. 210
ei.*:. ... :.:'.. iti Selkirk Uall,     Vuiuuo  "*'
mail coroiatl} :ij . ii**)*. ." .uiciui.
W. E. OSBORNE, Con. rom.
JAS  UclNTYRK, Clork.
Have You Heard the Amberola
The Newest
Edison
The Newest
Edison
Phonograph
IP NOT, CALL IN AND HEAR ONE AT
T|he Revelstoke Music Store
gress uf tin' city generally. Enquiries
are continually coming in (rom nil
parta ol the world regarding information iiljuiii Revelstoke and district
mil the advantages lor settling here
which is :i healthy Bign ol Revel-
Btoke's wide spread influence.
We agree with the following para-
grapb from the Vancouver Province,
which has been no more strongly
demonstrated than in Kevelstoke.—
"Several uf the leading American
papers ure makine; a stand against
the constant aggressiveness of politics whicli is injecting itself into
every department ol public life. According to tlii'.-K' journals the people
arc becoming weary of the frequent
almost continuous election contests,
and ask for relief from the turmoil
and bickerings of party strife which
disturbs business conditions and
makes  for social  unrest."
Koottna   Lod*o. no. I5,A F.i A. M.
[Dgl ,*.. bold iiiilm
MASONIC TEMPLE, oddfalloW
Ball, on nm "i",
Monday in ssoti
„,„mi. al * i' "'■
Vlsitlnn brethren
lally welcome.
J. T. POLLO' k. II i-Tl.s
C HAS* J   AMAN.M.I m.i IEI
SELKIRK LODGE 12, I. O.O. F.
Meel.-■»?•'» Tli""-
lny   evonllis   iu   *•*<>■
.<;.k HallHt8,.'il"^
 Pviil-.lni brethren arf
ooTdtalll inTi'.cii la eiieud.
BSSQCABBBBIO03.W.O.    J* M.UHIK-n
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
Ho. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
arecurlialli invited.
D A   McDONALU  C. C.
ii. B  BBOCi  S. ol K.iS and   I."   i-
The Vancouver Province, we are
glad to say, is ol the same opinion
as ourselves regarding the proposed
creation of an Empire l''lag, and
;ays;—"It is understood that the
lieation of uu Umpire Rag will be
discussed at the next meeting ol
the Imperial Conference. Patriotic
subjects in all parts of the Empire
will protest against any change iu
the old Hag that lias braved the
battle and the breeze for so many
years. The substitution ot u com
posite design would rob the emblem
ol freedom ol half its historic interest  and  glory.      Hands  oil    the    old
Hag 1"
Court
Ml Begbie
3461
Mi eti   InrI, ii. ii. F. Ball nesi  to
T ip| :-•->'      i Bouse, every second
b Monday In month.
v    •    _•   I en    coidially   wel-
Colli-   1.
C, K.,  CLARENCE  HaKTE.
Kec.-Sec. 11. W. Edwards
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',:   : WOODMEN nl  AMI .
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PRESS AMI THE POLICE,
Since tbe arrest and conviction ol
In, Crippen tho attitude ol the police
bus completely changed towards
pressman, aa never before bus the
pres- been bo completely taken Into
ihe confidence ol Scotland Yard.
Tins change is due to the lact that
the police lun.* recognized lhat   on,*
of their greatest aids to   juntic
wide publicity.     When at   nine:,    the
newspapers  may   div,dr.•   in...in  ■
likely  to hamper  the  police in  their
investigations, on the whole the bai
ui...- has been on the other side.
Time ali,r timi   I •   - has ieen
Instrumental      In bringing crin
to book when thi ad
m.t  then   complete  hi
Bame can
Revel ■
the  ; *
lias   tlie local  pn
tidence ol the pi     ■ a
publi
hampered them rork.
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things more philosophically. There
is no reason why we Bhould not
change our method of election of a
civic board, and bring it. about so
lhat one third only of the aldermen
retire each year. They retire in rotation, and by this plan they have
n three years a far better chance of
. Iiowing what they are made of
I linn in a one year term. It would
be rather useful too, if each year
there  were  judges  appointed who
uld look over our aldermanic candidates nnd place them in their respective classes. As it is, the electors have to he judges nnd the candidates—some of them—have the
[acuity of "pulling the wool over
the judges' eyes." Candidates, as a
rule have one motto, "Be to my
irtues very kind, and to my faults
le very blind" and pull all sorts ol
i ires to get elected. In consequence
. i this the civic elections nre more
like a lottery. You put your hand
in the bug, but what sort of an ald-
erman you nre going to g.'t out,time
n'one will show.
Another difficulty is that some of
the best men, remembering the old
maxim "the otlice should seek the
n an, and not the man the office,"
u'.'e too modest and are fearful ol
I dng dubbed too pushing. But we
live in a world of push, and a man
v. .10 feels he could do material good
f, r his city by being an alderman
should drop his modesty and adopt
t'.ie "get there" policy. The trouble
il Hint few would be al.lei men have
,i iy modesty at all. If they waited
t il tbe office sought the man they
might wait ii very long time; consequently their plan is the glad band,
. uslve promises, genial manner
a i,t oratorical nourish, election and
t'.'.en-—forgetlulneSB tor twelve long
n oiiths.
Mrs, Hermann McKinney
Teich   of Voice, Piano a I Organ
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Studio:   Second Street
Che rbalUl3eralt)
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Moving   Pictures   at Upcr?
Houso to-night, 8:30 o'clock.
St. Peter's Guild Enteitainment
OPERA HOUSE
Friday Evening, November 18th
THE MOLSONS   BANK
INCORPORATED  1658
Capital Paid Up $4,0C0,000
Reserve Fund    - •    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
} At all Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
8:30 o'clock sharp
PROGRAMME
8,
Comedietta       " Tom Thumb's Wedding "
Bride, V. Morris; Groom, L. Briggs; Bridesmaids, E. Johnson, I and F. Donaldson, E. Robbins; Groomsmen., G. Porter, D. Holten; Clergyman, V. Tomlinson; Parents, M.
Genelle, J. Bourne; Guests, L Purvis, D. Purvis, F. Caley,
D- Hume, Q. Goring, A Sutherland, L. Sutherland, (1*
Field, H. McDonell; E. Gordon, R Gordon, W. McRae, T-
McRae, B. Hume, E* Genelle. E. Donaldson; Ushers, T
Morris, E. Kincaid.
Vocal Solo      Mr. Dunne
Octette " How Grandma Danced "
(Gwenco'.yn McVity)
The Mirses P. and M. Robinsi.n, F. and E  Paget, M. Corley, B. McLennan, I.l. Hyatt, M. Gillam.
Solo—[Comic Parody] C. E. Buuuidge
Quintette      "A Glimpse of the Brownies''
L. Briggs. E. Kincaid, D. Holten,  E. Genelle,  G. Porter
Reading       Mr. B. A. Lawson
Chorus and Dance " The Navy "
(Julian Edwards)
Soloists—The Misses Doris MeCarter and Louise Rae
Chorus- M. McCleneghan, V. Morris, E.Johnson, H Tomlinson, H Brings. I. Donaldson. F Donaldson, D Purvis,
D Rae, M. Genelle, M. Henderson, B- Hobbs, L. Johnson,
L Williams, J. Robbins, I. Donaldson, M. Genelle, E. Corson, M. Lawlor. 1 Genelle, I, Procunier, G. Urquhart, K.
Sibbald, M. 1'aget, M Parsons, M. Field, I Drown, I Henderson, M. Porter, M. Young*
Vocal Solo " The Jewel of Asia"
(From the Geisha)
Miss Blanche McCarty
9.   Cake Walk
" Striving for the Caka"
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(Lu.!em)
ThpM'Bfiw Mi-lief* MnrriF, ttosfl.ud Wnters,  Ev..iina   Allum,
Jemima Robbie,   Blanche  RoWrio-m.     Messrs. II uiiub.il Mr-
Vity, Nero Tavlor,  Wafhiiigioo   Brown, Raetub lirubbe, and
Ilortin Grubbe,
Solo and Chorus    "Love"    Mrs. W. Bews
(Baldwin Sloane)
Chorus " God Save The King "
Accompaxw —Mr-. Henry II   McViiy, Miss Irene Pncunior
ChmHi
You will buy "The Traveller" shoe this
year because you will hear about it-hear it
often—hear of it from the makers, and they
know everything that is in it, from the last
touch of the outsole to the top of the uppers.
You will hear of it from the dealer, and he knows
"The Traveller" shoe from what his customers
tell him, and you'll buy it again because your
own judgment will tell you it's a different shoe
—a better shoe-ashoe that not only fits, but
always stays fitted, because the unseen parts
are built on honor—there is no "sham" in
"The Traveller" shoe. Remember they'll fit-
we have a last for most everybody.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR AMES-HOLDEN SHOES.
FOR SALE
UNION HOTEL
AUltO A'hi;Al), b. o.
I-Special Attention given to commercial
  men   ami   tourists.    First-claaH  sumi.le
r 'oms. Finest scenery in British Coluna-
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Bran  bla, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESON & CO.
OrricK :   Cur.   McKenzie Ave.
anii Skcond Stki:i*;t
l'liuNi-:  ii.
Tl lll!l> STREET
Send Your Orders
Tu the iimlir'*;,;ni'.l lor
Famous Gait Coal
VV. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP—
'onnaught Ave.   -    Revelstoko
ifOi
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w''-mfa3tink ■
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Ir.w J. .w7
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T   I Hi;  -nl   I II   pul.K
liii'uir'-,  1 liiirnlav, November 17th.
NOTICE   TO   THE   PUBLIC!
I,     A.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot nnri r.hon Rniii.mii,
Snclrtlere HnrnoBS Mnkors
tire, Lite and Accident Insurance
Full particulars of nelecl building
lots ^iven upon application
Orders left nt this  office   for  hay
and grain, promptly attended to
W. B. Robertson
Great Wesl Permanent l.imii
Company Agenrj
SEMENT BLOCKS
MHtiafnotnrtd for alt cibi&m of buildlDfti
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
IRE CLAY AKD FIRE BRICK;
Pot -nl"* i" I'Tri' nr -iii.iH rf**fint1tlOfl
HtthaluwHt prlcai rorcaih
AU kludiof bulMtns nod plaslarlnB
in dortalteo
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
Still Doinn Business
Headquarters for Bulbs.
Two tons just arrived.
Also a full line of seeds,
ornamental stock, fertilizers, Bee supplies,
spray pumps, implements ami till garden
requisites.
M. J. HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. Mt'DoUGALL,   -    Manager
D.
JOBBING CARPENTER
Phono 276
Repairs Promptly
attended to
Work Shop
.1 ii-1 Inch "I
Skating Rink
Palace Restaurant
McKimic ; Avenue
Fruit, Candles, Cigart,Tol>acoo.
Mfuln .'ifi oenU,
\. H. Sing, Proprietor
Ohanaoan Collcoc
Siiiiimcrlaiifr, .1B.C.
COUflSES   FOR   19IO-II
Preparatory; Iliuli Sclioolj Two
Vein University; Business, in-
cluding Stenograph) and Typewriting; Piano; Voeal,
Separate residences lor young
iiii-ii .nnl young women.
Well epuipped gymnasium.
l'Ai.i. Ti.um oi'kns Sum. 21,
r'nr Calendar and (iirtlirr particulars addn ss il»- Principal
EVERETT   W  SAwrLn
Carriage and Sign
Painting
Hlmp in alley haek t>( lv .1. Bourne's
hi , I'lrsi Street.
First   Class  Work  Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable
r. z. crawford Fire Wood
for Sale
,„*, c
il lu ... .1 II. liionni
Advertise io the Mail-Herald
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup   Attached
$6.50
F.   B,   WELLS,
Fur Buyer antl Exporter
Old Town, " •  Revelstoke, B. C
To In-i'ui mnl delivered Ai
ordered dui inn the winter
11 "111 llS, llll'lll I''llll IlltK.tlVll
ii'i in tin. cord, iir or iiun-
iiiiii', green, 08,76 per oord,
dry, I4JR), f, o. b, oars,
iiiiiiiin.il Hiding and Bnderby,   Apply
Bernard Roxoman
BNDBRBYi B. C.
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'age 6
WEDNESDAY, NUV. UTH, 1910
iMAIL-HEEALD EEVELSTOKE. B. C.
Page 3
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look:     look     and     read:
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PKICES
Kitchen Chairs
Kiichen Cabinet
Dining Table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
it       ii       ii
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
Winnipeg price
50c.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.3b
240
5.10
Weight
Freight
Total
101b.
23c.
73c.
15011).
$3.53
$10.72
1651b.
3.87
14.42
121b.
28c.
1.16
1501b.
3.52
12.47
1601b.
3.76
15.01
601b.
1.41
4.96
681b.
1.59
694
601b.
1.41
3.81
751b.
1.76
6.86
Howson's Price delivered
70c.
" "   $9.60
" "   i.14.40
1.20
"    13.00
"    14.00
"     5.20
"     7.20
" "    4.00
" "     7.20
"    16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car 1
oatalogue giving description ol other goodB
will prove mir statements.    Remember we
R.   HOWSON  &  CO
imil lots, tlitreliy caving freight rules. Bring
not B perilled in thiB list to our store nnd we
deliver goods and set up free from breakage,
Revelstoke, b. C.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V. O.,  LL. D.   D. C. L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  General Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,CC0,CC0   RESERVE FUND, $5,000,000
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENG.: 2 Lombard Sircct, EX.        NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Francisco, No. 50
In addition to the offices named above tlie Bank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including i_.ll the nio.it important cities)
and in tlie principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United .States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered Ly these branches.
REVELSTOKE    BRAVOH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
Opera
ttti'uet
I.Uffl-
Btreet
JaLuolic
THE REVELSTOKE WINE& SPJRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
RBTBLSTOKrS    3=4.  O.
f
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rues $i a day.    Monthly rate.
■J.    ALBERT     STONE      PBOP
I
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged anil Impioved.     First-Class in every respect,     All modem lonvenienen
Large .Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
COAL!  COAL!
Anothor car of Wellington Coal due to arrive.
Bonk your orders now before it is all gone.
Lethbridge Lump Coal always on hand, unsurpassed fur domestic purposes. Good Nut Coal
in stock. Orders promptly delivered.
S.   G-_   EOBEI1TS
J-JKi:, l.iri-; AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.    PHONE   60
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd. i
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Baggage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office -Comer Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phono are REVELSTOKE. B.C.      Night can 71
Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner First stroet
and McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No.  15—Corner First      street
nd Rokeby  avenue,  post  office.
Box  No.   16—Corner   Second  street
and Government Road and
Icuse.
Box No.  17—Corner Third
,11   Campbell   avenue,   Globe
cr company.
Box No.  18—C.P.R.  station.
Box    No. 24—Corner    Fifth
nd     McKenzie      avenue,
hurch.
Box No.  25—Corner    Sixth     street
I   ud Orton avenue,  W.  A. Foote.
Box No. 26—Corner Fourth stroet
nd Townley street, corner south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second slrejt
nd Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE  BRIGADE NO.   ONE.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front street wejt.
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King und
louglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
ValeB streets,  back ol court house.
Box No. 48—Corner Third w.d
?has. streets, Cowan block.
Signal for practice—not less than
Ix t6) slow strokes.
Cnc (1) indicates line brokjn or
re out.
Signals are given thus: 2 str ike*?,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Bos
4. No. of box will also be shown
n indicator at Fire Hall.
THE GLOVE OF 1910
 AND	
MANY YEARS TO COME
Is the
Patent
Ripless Glove
PJ'INTOSHELL
#C0RD0VAM]
.JJtiAN ?,
H.B.K. PATENT RIPLESS TIPS.
A popular out-scara glove for
hard wear. No stitching or
seams inside to hurt the hand.
Tlie scams are eoneealed at
the finger tips by an extra piece
of leather, whieh curls over and
protects the stitching.
The more it's worn the greater the protection to the stitching.
The most durable glove ever
made.
Practically an everlasting
glove.
Positively guaranteed NOT
TO RIP and backed up by tho
H. B. K. BRAND.
S.ild by leading dealers
throughout Canada.
Made and guaranteed by the
HUDSON BAY KNITTING
CO., MONTREAL.
104
The
Expert
Glove
and
Milt Makers
of
Canada.
The best definition of the celebrated "hobble skirt" we have yet heard
was made recenily by a little child
of this city, whn examining a book
of fashions and pointing to a plate
of a hobble skirt, said: "Oh, mamma, look at this Inly with only one
bloomer on!"
i.i.iu.1.  niiLiiii iiS  vlCXlidS
Until released by Woiiderlul Samaria Prescription
I  *.   ir *»■'..-   ';i Inilammatlon and lr-
if thi     I imacn  and  weaken*
the 11 ii<•.-*■      The Bleu ly or pertu Ileal
i  pi ,*, i   Ji Inkei     :.-:   'i.iii    forced    i"
en ..-..inst t'      '111 b.v lun un-
.... ■    condition.
Samaria , rescrlptlon stopa the crav*
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.   .   hi nlih nn ;  maki a  drink actually   ,1 .-....-,:*.     i. .   im :.-<■ 'lis.        II
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given  i   Hi  or without  the  knowledge
.... ut.
*   i *:;i !:;i     homes h.i\t*
ived  from in.-*   >  . nd  disgrace
by  gone   .i,-\ ote I        ■*.     mother    • >:
hrough thia won lerful Can
, .i,   mone)  former!)
In ji ink has    n  tore :    huppb
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munlal<i     ii'-
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in "-I,,   withheld on  ri      est.]
x *   .    ■   i on   know   of  nm*   family
[ thia  i' nn' I).  tell  tin-in nlu ui
it.      If you  hai •      .*   (rlei I ",• rein-
■i in  I mi        ■     a   forming
rink 1    ill   i" :■ him  tn re *
tchca      Sain ii ,i  i'i,  crlptlon Is ui-i* l  by  Phyal-
an ! Host Itala
\ I'ttKE Tlti \l. PACKAGE of 8a.
mai  i Pi i scrlptlon, with  h • iklet, glv-
, t<   timoi mi . price,
I ■ tely free and
■    piati   tea ed  package    i"
■ * . rnr It  .m.i  mentioning
I Corn ipon ence sacredly
i Wrlti   to-day, The s,
*   *. fi Jord ui i !h "*i   |
'<       n  Btreet, 'I oronto; alio Ior
hy    C,  It. Mucdonuld,    druggist,
l.u ilaUike.
Prosperous Canada
Cni a.'a seems to be riding on a
wave o-.' prosperity with never a
breaker ahead, says the British Col-
umbi.in. Such a high financial and
business authority as Sir Thomas
Shau.disiessy, president of the Canadian Pi.cific Railway company, finds
that everything, out West at least,
is in a satisfactory condition. Times
are goo.l, he is reported as sny'ng,
there Is a buoyancy to ' i.-meus a.d
the spirit o! progress is every when:
apparent. The crop shortage, it is
grati'y.ng to be Into'met by one who
has his hand on tie i ul.se ol thc
West, has been but an incident in
the development d the ;>railiS3 and
will no', effect their progress at all.
His , st.mate of the ylelu is 95,000,-.
COO busJels.
Vic ki ow that Here is progri ss and
still more progress lu the ;.o\ince
of Br't. ih Columbia. To lia'.o the assurance from such a high authority
that tli i whole of thc west is sailing
wiih f ir weather nnd favoring
breezes declares to British Columbiana t at the good times wil' continue, '.'ne assurance is male doubly
so when we read thnt Eastern Canada is fi'.so prosperous. rlh<s fanners
there nr ' receiving high prices for
farm produce and the cities nro grow
ing. T iruiito, as an instance, hns
been pi! ng up building records. I'p
to Octo er 31 of this year, the increase i 'er last year was ?3,li).?.'iG
or about 21.4 per cent.
It is a period ot general advance
for Car ada. It should bc a pity to
link ou: selves too closely in a fiscal
way fi ihe United States where political disturbances, unsolved industrial problems and social unrest do
not promise an immediate future ot
sound prosperity and substantial
progress.
earth and tha sun that itwill pass
into the great shadow of the earth.
Instead of entirely disappearing in
the shadow, as in an ordinary eclipse, the moon will turn reddish or
copper colored. This will be the
result of the refraction or bending of
a portion of the sun's rayB through
the atmosphere of tbc earth, in the
same i.ianner as any article stick
into water appears to bend inwards.
On the 16th in the evening tho rays
of th? sun, passing through the
earth's atmosphere, will be retracted
enough to strike the moon, and give
it a reddish color.
Pernicious Habit
As stated in our last issue thc
Canndii i Pacific Uailway has nn-
nouni'i .1 Umi it will strictly enforce
the rules against spilling In cars
and siiiioiis and other public places
uniler i..;     control.       This will      do
much ti advance a must Important
reform a well ns to promote tho
comfort of passengers and others who
u-e    the      stations. Most     p'.'ople
know u iw that tuberculosis is spread
in iiii oilier way so effectually iih by
careless spitting, Bveryono knows
too that while the practice Ih offensive  always and  dangerous often    it
tiervei 101 good purpose,
In our own City greater care
Bhould be observed in this respect. It
iH not worse thnn other cities of its
size nor ns bad as agreal* many.
Still thir,' Is room for improvement.
September fire Report
Victoria, Nov. 15.—W. C. Gladwin
chief fire warden of thc province, re
ports that the number of timber flres
which occurred during September
was ISO. This, of course, Includes
only tnose that' may be described as
accidental fires, and not those in
which a permit was given to clear
the :anl by this method.
The amount of standing timber destroyed was 1811,000 feet board measure, and 10,100,(ICO feet damaged.
The timber destroyed was valued at
$5000 not including 500 cords of shin
gle bolts worth $1500. The destruction nlso included a total worth
$2CC0; logging and railroad bridges
$10,OCO; houses, $10,000; three
government bridges, $3500, and three
pigs,  $27.
The number of men engaged in
lighting fires was 502, and the wages
paid them $7920.51. The expense incurred by owners of timber lands
wns $1*000; expenses of fire wardens,
$2,6117.20; salaries of fire wardens,
(WIS.
Inlormntlons were laid in thirty
rases. Of these there were nineteen
convictions, eight dismissals, and
three suspended. The fines collected
were $891.
There were 802 permits granted for
lires and  206 refused. Of      those
'granted      eight spread and  did dam-
'nge amounting in  all  to  $100.      The
| refusnls were for rasCH in    which      a
lire would  not. have been safe,  as the
weather     waH   too dry. or thc scene
wns      tOO    dose to   timber,       which
would  Ih'  endangered.
Iii the discharge of their task, the
fire wardens nnd their men travel.ed
during  the  month 23,'.lfl'.l mllcB.
Red Moon Coming
On tho evening of November 16th
the strange phenomenon will be
Witnessed nf n red moon.
Tbe i.ii mi [or ihiH strange ool n
ing  is  Hint the  in..<ill   will   be Honear-
ly ln line with tbc    cotitre ol     thu
Canadian Crop Estimate
Winnipeg, Nov. 15.—The Northwest  OralO  Dealers'  Association      of
.Western Canada hnve Issued an estimate of (the Canadian whear crop.
The report sets the wheat crop     at
|lM,810,6SO bushels while the acceage
under orop Is given as 8,464,000. This
brings the yield per acre to 12.9
bushels. The reported is rogarded
as reliable In view ol the fact that
last year the association estlmntod
the nop at 120,000,000,     whereas In
fact   it   worked out  ai   1111,744,655.
B. C. Water Power
The people of British Columbia
scarcely realize the enormous extent
and value ot the water-power contained within its boundaries. F. F.
Henshaw, the noted hydrographer,
estimates the value of the electrical
energy available at $250,000,000 annually at the present price of $40 ver
horse-power. One thousand years of
development could not eihaust the
supply. Ten million horse-power can
be developed, compared with which
Niagara power seems trifling. Tho
heavy drainage from tbe Cascades
and the Canadian Rockies is so vast
that it is beyond ordinary comprehension aud the necessity for conservation is never likely to arise.
Remember Prince Rupert Sale
Do you want another chance? We
are selling the closest in lots at
Port Man, the new C. N. R. town
on the Fraser across from Westmin-
ter. Wharves now being constructed and the Townsite is being c,eared
hundreds of men at work. Our lots
are in Section 9, only 400 yards
Irom the water, and across the road
Irom the proposed car shopB. The
C. N. R. Townsite sale is in March
and our lots will then fetch the
highest prices. Get in now. Terms
only $1*5 monthly. This is the subdivision which is causing the excitement at Port Mann. Write us today for maps. The Port Mann
Land and Improvement Co., 806 Do
minion Trust Buildings, Vancouver,
B.  C. t.c.
Home-Making Schools
Amongst the ii-iny advent .res of
the modern humanitarian .,'i sei rch
of education and a more comfo .able
life, the most recent is the h'juie-
making school as a branch ol the
elementary school. This latest suggested addition to school curr.c i.'.i.a
contends that every girl shoiild be
taught to be a perfect wife and
mother and that each student should
be exercised in the vast importance
and nobility of managing a home.
The woman who runs a home loses
no dignity in doing so, and the
woman who runs a home well combines all the professions of womanhood in the highest possible degree.
The normal woman's work is moJtly
with babies, who require to be intro
duccd into a world. She is general
ly shut up in a house with a human
being at the time when it asks all
the questions there are and some
that there aren't. In fact a woman
has to be a natural historian in the
den of the most complicated and difficult animals of the world. Woman
must be a cook, but not a competitive cook; a Bchool mistress but
not a competitive school mistress; a
house decorator but not a competitive decorator. It is insisted that
the work done in the homemaking
schools ought to have close con-
irection with the homes from which
the children spring. Personal hy-
geinc Is duly insisted on, as well as
elose toui-h kept on the great subject of infant care. The question of
infant care is becoming one of increasing importance to which particular attention is paid. Believing
thereby that much human lose might
:ie prevented.
In this rapid review ol an educational suggestion it passes tht wit
of man to see how more can be
crowded into the congested curricul-
ums of modern schools. 8till most
suggestions contain something good
snd it is the duty of the modern
newspapers to point out that good
in  passing.
Movlll -  Plot  To-night.
Moving Pioturet to-night.
Alpine Climbing
In a lecent address Dr.   Longstafl,
the famous explorer,  before the mem
hers  of the  Canadian Alpine      Club,
,f Toronto, took ae text: "The alps
lave  been  the  playground ol  Europe
iut  the  Canadian  Rockies  will       be
he  playground  of  the World."     The
nibject  of the address was       "   lhe
Upine Club of Canada and the Val-
le Of Canada's  Mountains as a Nat-
iral     Asset."       "Mountain  r'.inhug
s  a   pastime of  great heaillt,       not
.nly pbysiCi'ly but also   n cna'srer
as  It   ends to the exercise    of      ihe
owera of self-control and endirance"
The  Alps offend  the  best  opp •).'. Hit"
es for climbing as they are more
-cssihle,  well  provided  with  trivof,
lalats and other necessities,      The
icnuties and extent ol the Canadian
ikies are marvellous and  he great
regretted  that the Canadians did
t realize their duty to make th<ra
iore  accessible.     Their future    vas
i Important that ni triable      end
expense should  be spared in conttruc
ting trails and shelt»rs.
:   Dr.  Longstafl is admittedly      per-
I haps the greateit authority on Mouo
turn climbing ta tho world, Page
THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 16TH,
B. C. Municipalities
Among the many things discussed
at the recent convention at Salmon
Arm of the Union of B. 0, Municipalities, the following recommendations will be re-submitted to the
government:
For dividing the municipal clauses
act into three parts—1. Cities of
first class. 2. Cities of second elnss.
3. Rural municipalities. For the taking over of the Tranqullle Sanitarium lor incipient cases of tuberculos
is by tbe provincial government. For
establishing a system of county
councils lor building trunk roads,
part of the eoast to be borne by the
province. For government ownership of telephones. For the biennial election of councillors and aldermen, half to go out of ollice each
year. For the taxation of timber
berths and timber leases on land owned by the crown. For allowing
householders of six months' residence
In the municipality and paying rent
at the rate of $100' per year to vote
at  general  municipal  elections.
In a lengthy and well delivered ad
dress, Mayor Lee of New Westminster, spoke of municipal publicity.
In part he said:
What does publicity mean? It' is
simply advertising. Its object is sim
liar to that of thc merchant who is
desirous of obtaining your custom.
Every large merchandise firm spends
thousands of dollars annually to let
the public know why their goods are
superior to those of any other firm,
or, if not superior, why the public
will be better served by trading with
them. They would not do this year
after year if they did not get results
It is a paying proposition for the
man of commerce and why should it.
not be for an enterprising municipality? To advertise successfully, ot
course, we must have the goods and
be prepared to deliver them. I fear
ihe majority of us do not realize our
responsibilities. Some seem to think
they have been elected by our fellow
citizens from personal esteem instead
of taking it that our capacity for
business management, is or should
be, recognised as our principal claim
to the confidence of the electorate.
After election day is past, we should
therefore endeavor to throw ourselves into the municipal life of our
town or municipality in the character only of managing director of a
large business corporation. The Brsl
duty we have to perform is to ascer
tain how best to extend the reputation of the firm, how we enn Improve its business, how enlarge ils
influence, by attracting outside attention to its advantages of situation, price of its lands, climate and
all and every advantage it possesses
AIM OF MUNICIPAL ADVERTISING.
This is where the skill is required.
It is not enough to merely ntunet a
casual  enquirer,   for  we    must    have
the  goods   to   deliver   before     we   enn
start out on an advertising cam
We must  hv constantly on  the  watoh
to  discover something  tbat  the    •
ide want,  having  exploited  these  we
shall  attract  enquirers;  and    having
got  into  touch   with   them  we    must
not be dis appointed if w ■
tain      immediate  results  for as      In
commercial advertising so    |    -
publicity work.     This one,,     accom
pli-died. you bave a
soon as circumstances will    warrant.
Commercial  advert Isit
local or confined  within a inn ■
dins.     Municipal advertising on pub
llcity .*. intended  to attra t tb
tenu. n   ■(  ; *•■.:*..*  :'ai   *'. itant
are seeking  new   hon*
enterprise and new     meai
ploying their ca|  tal
The ; tent th
'■    :     ' l
district        Ai,
1 tedlj   ■  ■     •   ' I pu
'
■■ ertieing.
llivji IRES   CONSTANT   Ai TI'. I'l",
This   ipii i'   ,,'  onq .iry  and
'un something ol n. .
...I ii ,i j    .  ii, ,i   •.    .... ti *
cult;- „
Tin-     form of advertising is, how
evor,     confined  to a    comparai
few to reach il.e masses partli ilarlj
ln other lands, correspondence     *
papers, pamphlet i, etc., m.t  he i *
sorted  to and  perhap    tbis    Is    the
greatei i ol all !"i ma of ad   ri
To get. in  touch   with  people   who (ire
dissatisfied wl ih their sin ro
nn.l are, for personal reasons, seek
Ing n change ol locality Is tin* ol,
ject ol the publicist, This Ik a work
which depends upon the constant ne
tivity and energetic enterprise of
your advertiser.
Every district has some special ml
vantage; it is your duty to let* the
Investor,   the  lioine   seeker,   lhe    mi
chant, the manufacturer and tin- me
rhnnir  know  of  'hese  und   Iry      nnd
have them investigate.     The greater
ettlcr that can  bc induced to settle
in  our midst the  better,  not      only
for the particular locality but for the [
districts surrounding it.  Business    is
stimiialted,    money     changes    hands
,'reely and industries arc     promoted,
Lhe  natural  results  being     increased
jay  rools,   extension  of  public  utill-,
Lies,  increased  home comforts, better '
lucational and     technical facilities,
improved  transportation  and  greater
ipportunities     for   the   enthusiastic
and   energetic   mnn   to   promote       bis
iwn welfare and become a more use-
ul member of society.
Advanced prosperity is the result
d sternly, well thoughtout and skillfully directed publicity work nnd 1
strongly advise every municipality
here represented nnd every district
n Dritish Columbia to take action,
slitrong vigorous action, to advertise
its advantages and exploit its poten
tialities thereby adding to the prosperity nml progress of this magnificent province in which we ale privileged to dwell.
The following recommendations
were also passed:
A recommendation was passed that
municipalities bc empowered to take
possession of expropriated property
as soon as the bylaw is passed and
not be compelled to wait until the
arbitration  proceeding  are completed
Recommendations proposed by Vienna representatives were also pass-
■d that municipalities have power to
:ssue registered debentures as well as
Christmas Gifts r.t
Moderate   Prices
are to he found hy the "hundreds"
in our new 132 ptige Ctitnloglic just
issued. Write for a copy at once
— it will prove a (treat help in
selecting suitable gifts,
fl. We pay nil postal ond delivery
charges guarantee sale delivery—-
and refund the money if you ure
not perfectly satisfied with the
goods.
WHITE TO-DAY FOR
)       CATALOGUE   R
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
Diamond Merchant*, Jewelers
and Silversmiths
134-136-138 YONCE ST.
TORONTO
RVB
Harry Rvrib,
Sec.-Treai
Lit,  '.'R ACT,  1910.
(S ction 42.)
NOTICE  in  here! y  given  that,    on
the first day    f Lecember  next,    application will be made to the  Super-
utendent ol Provincial I'olice for   a
tn. wnl  of  the  hotel license  to    sell
Iquor by retail in the hotel known
s the  Lilacier  House hotel,  situated
sh Columbia.
Dated this lC'th day ot Oct.,  l'JIO.
nt Glacier, in the Province of Brit
0. P. R.
ct 15 Nov 17 Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO
(Section 42.)
NOTICK  is  heivby  given  that,    on
he first duy of December next,     ap-
lieation will be made to the Buper-
nt.ndi.nt of  Provincial  Police  for    a
renewal of the hotel license to      sell
Iquor  hy retail in the hotel knowii
as  the    Queen's  hotel,  situated      at
omaplix,  in the Province of British
olumbia.
Dated this  llth day of Oct.,  1910.
J. Ii. YOUNG,
let.  15 Nov.  17 Applicant.
3*£&V'
"A  glance at the map  i3 sufficient
to show that the state of Maine be-
sonpons to replace works done under longs geographically to Canada rath
Lhe locnl improvement plan and (hat er than to the United States. Being
the method of local improvement pro   now a foreign country it is some ex
tent also nn obstacle to the right
development of our great transportation system, while at the sain I
time the.state is shut out."
'edure be mnde plainer.
REVELSTOKE    GAINS    A    POINT.
A recommendation from Kamloops
.lint typographical errors in bylaws
may be corrected without resubmitting the bylaw to the electors prodding the consent of the Lieut-goV-
'rnor in Council be obtained, , was
passedwlthout discussion. On motion
if Dr. Hamilton. Revelstoke's youth
fui mayor, it was recommended that. >'e says in part:
municipalities be given power to con "Many women
olidnte money bylaws.
The Provincial government was
isked to construct and maintain a
lanitarlum for all cas.s of tuberco
asis,   two-thirds of   tiie  cost    to
orne by the municipalities nnd pro- '
portioned according to their popu-
atlons. A recommendation from
'oint. Grey that building l"ts be
•lasse.l ns wild land unless completely cleared and that acreage be
cleared     to   thc
LIQUOR ACT, mo
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is h-reby given  that,    on
he first day of December next,      application will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Police  for    a
enewal  of  the hotel license  to    sell
liquor  by  retail  in  thc  hotel  known
s the City hotel, situated at Arrow
bead,    in the     Province of     Britisu
Columbia.
Bated this lCth day of Oct., l'JIO.
JOHN CALEY,
Oct. 15 Nov IG Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO.
iSectii.n 42.)
NOTICE  is hereby  given  that,    on
he first day  o'l December next,    ap
lieation will be mude to the  Super
intendent of Provincial Police I r   i.
enewal  of   the  hotel license   to    sJ
Ltiuor  by  retail  in  the  ho.el  iiuivi,
as the Lakcview hotel, situated      a,
.rrowhead, ,u the Province of Brit
ish Columbia.
Bated this lvith day of Oct.,  1910.
CHAPMAN   &   1RV1N,
Americans into     Winnipeg and other  Oct. 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
Togressive  cities  of  the  west
The illiiiiijliiy Dollar
Liverpool, Nov. 15.—Archdeaco i
Madden on his return here from Can
ada  gives out  an  interview  in  whicli
on homesteads an 1
farms in the far west suffer from
melancholia caused by the lonlinesa
of their existence on the great prairie farms. The passion for property is
l„. crushing out from the hearts of men
The Influx   of
is  in
oculating     old   fashioned    Canadian*
w.th a spirit of hustle and     worship
of the almighty  dollar.  Wheat Is thi
extent .f  fl"   per  one subject in their tongues."
acre   instead  ,.f {.'   ns at   present  was
rei'ei red  i"  th ■ executli e  c mmittee.
Just Eggs
Vctive preparal li n   are   •   ng     on
:'"r  the  local  winter  Poultrj
which promises  to  he a gn-a'
ttawa  Free
Press  may   ■*.* ••*     t  I
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lerman
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reference to Ho*  pi ee
the.  mark.t,
.im*  retallei     md a din
Canada Wants Maine
Coming [vents
■iovember   19.—-St.   P. tit's       Lad.es'
ent rtainment,  aftern ian
and ■ up ra  House.
i   in th,'
rch.
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is nereby given that, uf
the tirst day ot Beceinlier next ap
plication will tic made to the Super
Intendent of Provincial Police ior u
renewal of the hotel licen.-c to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Lardeau hotel, situated at
Comaplix, in tne Province of British
Columbia.
Bated this llth day nf Oct.  1910
RUSSELL  M.  EVA..S,
Oct.  15 Nov. 1/ Applicant.
un
C. P, Walkei
.':.. at re.
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LIQUOH   ,MT,  l'JIO.
iSici ...n  42.)
NOTICE Is Inr. , y given  that,    on
he first day ol December next,     ap-
licatioii will be maoe to thc Super
mend nt of Provincial Police Ior   a
enewal of the hotel license to   sell
liquor  by  retail  in  the  hotel  known
as thc Criterion hotel,  situated      nt
lltder  Camborne, iu the Province of Uritish
Columbia.
Hal' I   thi     1   tii   \ny  ul  Oct.,  1910.
I'.  T.  ABEY,
Nov 17 Applicant.
Oharlotteown,   r i'l I 15
The   political   i.ti",li  of   lhe    diile       ■*'
Maine will, Canada is advocated    hv
'in* Oharlotteown    Daily     Guardian,
»hlOh   Hays
"It.   in       high   lime   thnl    lhe   HtlitCH
iii'*ii uf Canada rn .■• sei *      itoi   Idei
ntioii to ihe po islbiMty I., ii io      no
itrongoi  term, of admitting ihe ml
Joining shite  of Mmne  into  Un     U"
Mo
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Pri ,
M n
■
Bowiing Schedule
■i.
Patent Ripless
Gloves
will outwear all others.
Extra pirnes of leather
nt the finger-tips, conceal the seams nnd pro-
terilhestitching. Mnde
to  lost  and   positively
GUARANTEED
NOT TO RIP
tlie  )■!'i'iilii11"ii  ol thu light  class of  minion.
I    p.   '
pr        f.U.O.A
M ,n      ;
il    *
 'I'       Dents
;' *i      \        *
fenders Wan tad
Pol   i''mi I. i •  ii   v   m  ii:"-
tiiii: pint'*    i   *    , i        f>)nna     am|
.1  u   i. tig's architect
nfrleo.
Tenders     to in* In bj    We lm
November UHb.
Canadian Bend Issues
. *. r«
I   Mldei
■ n * '*■
■    i"  ink.*
"i        till
i from  Canadian
"These
i
i i<i Ion      an*
lieing  im .'i.i
1   "in I,,  ,*,* ,i trash one
almost ivsry hall hour."
WASTED
OH SALE—278 acres facing Eagle
Kiver, Sicamous, ifliu per acre. For
terms apply to E. A. Harris, HO'J
Laugley,  Victoria, B.  O.
•ATUBNITY NURBH—The undersigned is prepared to take Maturn-
lty Cases at her home or at the
home of the patient.—Mrs. VV. G.
Watson, Uox 38. Uct 5 1 inf
.'ANTED — Scotchmun, married,
wants position on farm or ranch,
nineteen years experience in Montana and Saskatchewan. Disengaged alter October 14th. Address
Dox 168,  Oxbow,   Saskatchewan.
ROOM AND BOARD—Apply to Mrs,
I.  Morgan, Filth street,  east       4t
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
hist day oi December next, applica
ion  will   be  mude   to   the      Superintendent of Provincial i olice for   re-
ewal ol   lue uotel luiciioo      to      sell
iiiuor   by  retuil in  the  hotel known
as tbe  Union hotel,  situate at     Arrowhead, iu the Province of    Dritish
olumbia.
Dated this ltlth day of Oct. l'JIO.
W. J. LUJiiTUURNE,
Oct 12 Nov 12 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO.
tSectiou 42.)
NOTICE is hereuy given that, on
he ui'ot day of December next, ap-
llicatlOU mil be made to the Super
ntondent ui Provincial Polico for a
enewal ol lue holel licence to sell
iquor by retail in the holel known
.s the Halcyon hotel, s.mated al
lalcyon, in tue Province oi ur.t.sii
olumbia.
Dated  ibis 10th day of Oct., l'JIU.
WM. BOlD,
Oct.  15 Nov 1? Applicant.
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER UF AN AP-
LIGATION Ior the issue of a Jup
icate l ertiticate of Title '.o l.oi
2, Dlock 0, Town of lte-'els'-dn
Map 686).
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVHN thai
i is my intention to Issue tl ih.
xplratlon of one mouth at'tir thi
tirst publication hereof a .Uplic.il
f the Cerliticale ol Title : t in
bove mentioned lot in the uuuie o,
lo-11no. J, Graham, which Certili.
ate is dated the 2„th of January,
898, and numbered HOIK,
SAMUEL    RAE,
District Registrar.
..nnil  Registry Ollice,  Nelson,    it. i ..
October loth, l'JIO.
Messrs.  Harvey,  McCurter  &. Co.,
"Barristers,    Revelstoke.   li. o
notice to   creditors.
u    thc    Matter of    the  Estate      ol
Thomas Harvey, deceased:
NOTICE is hereby jji-.cn    that    all
redltors and others having     ciaim.i
gainst  the  Estate   ol   Thomas  llm
ey,  lute of Uevelstoke,   U. C,      de
cased   who  died   nt   Revelstoke      ou
or about the o-ist day  ot  December,
l'JU'J, arc required to send     to    the
udei signed      Soliultors  lor Thomas
Kilpatrick, Executor of the Last Will
oi said deceased, within i.ii days from
ute full particulars ol  their claims,
only verilied, uud thut
Iter thnt date the suul Bxecutor
ill pioceed to distribute the said
state amongst thus.'  entitled there
to regard being had only    to    those
lalms of which said  Executor   shall
have then received notice.
Duted October 12th,  1910.
IARVBY, McCARTBR ft PINKHAM
BollCltors lor  said  Executor.
IOI.   I.'.,   Dec. 17.
NOTIOH
in ihe mattei ol an application for
*.r iii a duplicate i lerl Ideate ol
in* t" .in undivided  1 of lot run,
Group  l, oxcepl   19  I 10 aires.
NotiCO   IS   lieli'by   given      llllll    It     ll
my intention to i ■ud al   tbe oxpira
ii"u "f ono month aftei ibe first pub
' ni "ii ii* I* "i ii duplicate     of   the
l  i'l I llll llle   of   Titlo   tO   the   above   llll'il
mi I    in   the  nam.' of Tl ins
Kllpnti ick, which Certificate is dated
February, 1907, nnd number
\
Bamuel  it. it"'*.
District  Registrar,
I,.in i  n. iitr.  i lib. s,  Nelson, B.C.,
tnbei   ii i. 1110.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of nil klmli  ni si ly d ns
Bicycle an I Oun «**rk ■ ipeclalty
Estimates itlvcti on nny class
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given    that   the
eserve  existing  upon  the  lands embraced in Special Timber License No.
5848,  sltuute in    Kootenay District,
cancelled, and that the said lauds
will be open for location under     the
provisions of the  "Laud     Act"      at
nidiiight ou December 22ud, 11110.
ROBERT A.  UENW1CK,
Deputy  Commissioner  of  Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th September, 1010.    • td
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of WcBt Kootenay.
Take notice that W.  li. Robertson,
f  Rovelstoke,  occupation,  Insurance
gent,   intends  to  apply  for  permis-
Iou  to  purchase  the lollowiug      Ue-
cribed lands.
Commenciug at a post planted at
the n^rth east corner of Lot 2772,
uuning north 40 chaius, theuce west
0 chains, theuce south 40 chaius,
hcuce east 40 chains to tho point
f commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
lated  Sept.   0, 1910. B.17-N10.
NOTICE.
Notice ia hereuy given that the
arwersliip heretofore existing be-
ween tue undersigned uud curried ou
md-. i* uie Urui uauie uud style of ihe
vest Kootenay Stenm Laundry Com
any, uus this duy been dissolved by
mutual consent, Mr. W. B. Robertson
■withdrawing from the partnership.
be business in future will be carried
m under the sume firm name by
lessrs, Earl Barraclough and W. O.
(hearer, who will ussumc and pay
11 liabilities of the late partnership
rm and all debts due the late lirm
re payable to them
W. B. Robertson.
Earl Barraclough.
Wmf U.  Shearer.
Vitness, Geo. s. MeCarter.
LIQUOR ACT, UUU
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby  given  that,    on
tie tirst duy of December  next,    ap-
■J.icution will bc made lo the Super-
nteiideut oi Provincial Police for    u
enowal   of   the   hotel   license  to    sell
liquor  by retail in the botel knowu
bi  thu St.  Leon  hotel, situuted      at
Bt.  Leon,  In the Province of Brit.sh
olumbia.
Dated this 10th dny of Oct., Uiio.
M,  GRADY,
llct  15  Nov  17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,  l'JIU.
fSection  42)
NOTICE is hereby given that,     on
he  lirst day of December next,    ap-
lication will  be made to the Supcr-
uteiiiliiit of Provincial Police for   a
enewal  of  the hotel  license to    sell
iquor by retail  in  the hotel    known
a   tho   Hotel   Beaton,   situated       ut
'eutoii,  in  the  Province of      British
'olumbia.
Dated this 14th duy of Oct, l'JIO.
JOHN A. THEW,
ct.  15 Nov.  17 Applicunt.
NOTICE
Revelstoko Lund District.
District ol  West Kootenuy.
Tuko uotice thut H. W. Crawford,
of Qerrard, B. C, occupation engineer, inteuilB to upply for permission
to purchuse tho following described
lands:
Commencing ut a post pluntod ten
chains from the south cast comer
ol Kullmer's jirc-emption, Lot 7491,
thence west 40 chnins ulong the
south bouudury ol Lot 7491, thence
South 2U chains, thenco east 4U
Iiiiiiiii,   thence north 20     chains      to
unit   of commencement,   coutaiuiug
8u acres, moro or less.
Dated  August 27th,  1910.
HECTOR  W.   CRAWFORD
Located by W.  E. Glenn, Agent.
of m>'
Front
»,r
e e t.
LIQUOR ACT, IWO.
(Section  42.)
NOTICE  is hereby  given  thnt,    on
he  lirst  day of December  next,    np-
llcatlon  will be made to tbe Kupcr-
nlinilent of  i'rovincinl  Polico   lor a
enewal  of the hotel licenso to    sell
Iquor  by  retail   in  the  hotel  knowii
ii    lhc   Eva  hotel,  situated  at Cam-
b 'ine,  in thc Province of British Co-
limbla.
Dated  this lCth day ol Oct., UI10.
11. Q.  WARI'l,
Oct 15 Nv 17 Applicant.
WANTED—Good live Palesman, to
sell Camrose property. Easy ie)l-
er,   cool  COmmll ■mil.      Addross, P.
0, Dux 1865, Oalgary,
ShHob's Gure
O'l.tMy   llopi  t'lUfjtis,   parti   toliU,   limit
(lit Ifrroat aud luofji,       •
23  i.nl., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1CTH, 1910
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
Page 5
Catch the enthusiasm of
Christmas and 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.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. tfume & Co.. limited
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.
There is nothing more acceptable as a Xmas Gift than a pair
of nice shoes or slippers. We
have made extraordinary preparations tbis 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 and
the range of sizes unbroken.
LADIES EVENING SLIPPERS
LADIES PATENT PUMP-
turn sole, ankle strap, with mat
kid collar and small leather bow,
classy and neat.   Price $4.00.
LADIES' COLONIAL PUMP
—Patent leather, Louis Quinze
heel, turn sole. Colonial front
with wide cut steel buckle—H.50
LADIES' VICI KID PUMP-
A neat and dressy little slipper,
made on a pump last with ankle
strap and Gibson bow, comfortable and 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 SLIPPER—made on pump last with
medium heel, ankle strap, with
beaded toe.    Price -14.50.
FELT SLIPPERS
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 SLIPPERS in
a wide range of colors and styles
from $1.00 to $1.75. Remember
our Jaeger Slipper at '11.50 per
pair are our specialty.
LADIES' JULIETTES anew
line in Velvet Cord, herring bono
effect, fur trimmed. A variety
of shades.     Price 11.75 per pair.
MEN'S   PELT   SLIPPERS
Comfortable   antl   nobby.     Our
Jaeger   Slippers  need  no introducing  at   *175  and $2.00 per
pair.   Other makes at $1.35.*
MEN'S LEATHER SLIPPERS
We have some values this year
that you cannot atl'ord to miss in
Men's leather slippers. We have
only room to describe a few of
them:
MEN'S ROMEO-in black or
tan,1 half leather lined.—$1.75.
MEN'S OPERA-tan only,
just note this one, it is the best
value yet.   Price *2.00.
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? Tli"
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 -I-1.50.
Fancy
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In the Fancy
Goods and Art
Work Department, 2nd Floor
you will find the
most complete
stock we have
yet shown. M
Plenty   of light and lots of room to shop at
your leisure.
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for Lined Overcoats
The gift par excellence. We have a range
that would pay you to investigate- We know our
prices are right and think you will agree v»-ith us
after a close examination First class rat i:r.ings;
either Otter or Persian lamb collar: the ve/y best
of beaver shells.
Prices $90, $100, $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 Boxes tor Christmas its
You enhance the valu3 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
pieces—-Tray
Centre Table
Buffet Scarfs,
ladies have
week at our
have a new lo
this week, all
choosing at h
snow white linen
Cloths.    Doylies.
Squares. Napkins,
etc.   Many of tbe
got bargains this
Linen   sale-   We
t for the balance of
on a table for easy
alf-price.
Art Linens and Cushions
We bave the Corticelli Silk
Company's samples of Art Linens
and Cushions on sale at half price
The "Melba" knit coat in all
colors, with roll collar.turn cull's.
double and single breasted, fancy buttons, eqtra tine worsted,
close knit at -1375 and $4.75.
Get It at Hume's
Aside from the encouragement and
enthusiasm to grown-up people, thc joy
of children at Christmas time repays a
hundredfold all the money, time and
thought spent in making them happy;
the delightful illusion of Santa Claus
grows in interest every year and the
vision of the Snow King hovers on tlie
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 tbis
lead irship of childhood and the touch of
nature that makes for universal goodwill
leavens the whole mass of humanity.
Get It at Hume's
Blankets, Bed Comforts
There is nothing thai givte th*
Bane satisfaction a.' line, light and
warm bed covering; you get this
satisfaction wheh you buy a Maish
Laminated Cotton Down Comfort.
We have a choice range of theBe
goods, also a line of pure white
Lambs wool Comforts which excel
anything on tlw market. Try a
Queen Alexandra blanket, the best
the market affords, at .$5 50 to $7
per pair.
(arpet Sweeper
Who could imagine a more
choice Xmiis present thnn a Bis-
Bell'g Carpet Sweeper. It svue|s
thoroughly, makes no noise, mites
nn il Bt. Call and examine the
new hull hearing lines mid at retail priors set hv the main fiicturer.
Iron Beds
SpritiEs nnd Mattre-ses. We
cany a choice rnngo of these goous
in all siz-s at prices that will stand
inve'tlaation. Health brand antl
j-It'lL Mat rtisst 8 guaranteed perfectly sanitary.
ives and Pickles
This is the time of year when you will enjoy yonr dinner
if you have some nice olives and pickles. Never before have
we bail a larger and better stork. Stuffed olive* p it fa peppers,
tomatoes, and rut", Crosse & Blsckwell's f imous Queen olives
In half pints, pints and quart', Nabob i lives i, half pints
and quarts, Crowe & Blackwell's mixed Chov Chow, walnuts and white onion* in hull pin'.0, pint! and q'tar s, Houston's sweet pickles, Qillard's relish, Mortoi '•. Lipton's,
Elowai'i and Helot i iweel, »'iur and white onions.
Xmas fruits
With Xmas drawing so dose at hand, have yeu thought
of your Xmas cooking. I'.m't leave it until lbe but is gone,
llu your shipping early.    We bave I  Oat   n!   fruilH   due   here
early next week and "ill be iii :i p "-mon tn ti. your order* In
the beat possible manner. 0 r goods bave bein selected with
the greatest oare and we bave bought n ne bui the hest fruits
on tbe market, Hallowl snd Ford Dates, Smyrna Figs,
Sultana Raisins, ('»*iif■ >rriin Seedtd Riisins nnd Nldskatels,
Cleaned Currants in l lb, pkg», and hulk, Loo m,0 ango and
Citron Peel, in fact everything the housewife needs fur her
osoking,
(ia and Crockerywarc
See our line nf Fancv Japanese China, Five O'clock Tea
Sits, Cocoa Sets. Sugar, Creams, Cups and S.iucers, Bread and
Mutter Plates, Chocolate .'tigs, Trays, C.iko Plates, Bon Bon
Dishes, Kern Pots, Salad Bowls, Celery Trays, Be.ry Sets, etc.
Anything you want we will lay it away for  you  until  you
Confectionery
In this department, as hifore, wo will be again to the
front with all the hest and purest confectionery. Quality and
purity is our motto hero. Candy, nuts and raisins for tbe
little ones as well as fur your Xmas lahle.
Tasty Cheese
See our table of cheese all Ihe different  varieties on the
market. Ontario fresh, plain cheese, I'Mam Dulob oheese,
Ingersoi Cream Cberie, SwisB oheese, McLaren's Imperial
cbeese in sites at 15 cents, 35 cents, 66 cents  ami   11.10 per
jar, nnd l.inihi rger cheese "in the cellar."
Men's Plain linen hem-stitched
border, from 20c. to 40c. each.
Plain linen with hem-stitched
borders, put up in fancy boxes of
six.    From $1.25 to t3 per box.
Linen Handkerchiefs with embroidered initials, in boxes of
six, at $175 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—fl 50 per set.
Silk Handkerchiefs, both plain
and fancy borders, all sizes and
weights -40c. to 11.25 each.
Just opened, and they are
beauties. They range in price
from 75c to *3.50.
The Phoenix or Protection
knitted mufflers in separate boxes
at 60c. 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
tl 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—13.50 per set.
fS
Fancy
per pair-
:uspenders 75c. to $2.00
Suspender Sets, put up in attractive boxes — Suspenders,
Armlets. Garters, fine silk and
lisle webs *1 to 13.00.
Lined and unlined in all shades
anil all sizes. These are another
of our Xmas specialties. You
can't go astray when buying
gloves of us    Prices ?1 to 13.50.
—■—■fa-.
JAEGER VESTS-If you have
any doubts about the superiority
of these vests over other makes
let us settle them for you. The
patterns tbis 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 $6-50.
This year all Toys and Fancy
Goods   on   h«I'''  ""  tlu'   Sl'''"1"1
Floor.    Take elevator.    We have
the best electric passenger elevator at your service that we could
Ail modern appliances for safe*
ty and comfort.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
Special   sales  every   morning
from now till Christmas.    Many
things we are closing out at big
bargains go on sale in the mornings  as we are too crowded to
attend to them during the afternoon.
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THE MAIL-HERALD REVEL^TO KE B C
WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  WTH,  1010
Read These Special Values
Dress Goods
At 25c. per yard, heavy cloth, double
width, selling at 25c. per yard.
Warm Underwear
Ai 75c. per Suit-Ladies' winter weight
See this underwear before purchasing
elsewhere.
Hosiery
Ladies* Blac k Cashmere Hose, reg. 40c.
Selling at 25c. per pair.
Ladies' Cloth Coats
Ladies' Black Cloth Coals, selling at
$12.
Misses' Dresses
Exceptionally nice styles, fit girls from
10 to 16 years.
Ladies' Jap Silk Gowns
Warm aiui comfortable for winter wear.
Womens' Sweater Coats
Prices ranging from $2.50 to $7.00 pach,
Men's Underwear
Heavy wool, nrat lilting  garments, now
belling ut .$1 50 per suit.
Men's Heather Hose*
A nice Hi e,   iliree pairs for One Dollar.
Youths' Overcoats
A choice line of 'i'nred Oveicnat-1, fit hoys
troui time years in in yeara.
REID <& YOUNG
LOCAL ft ,0 GENERAL
Bhackleton an.l his heroic journey
to the .South Pole at the Edison torn .rrow  night.
The famous Shackleton pictures
will be produced again at the Edison
theatre tomorrow night.
Mrs. A. Altree Coley, of     lllecillewaet,  has on exhibition a number of |
line paintings of local  scenery in the
city.
Don't forget the sale of work ami
tea Thursday the 17th at Mrs. Roy
McDonald's residence. Third street,
under auspices of Rebekah Lodge, I.
O.  O.  F.      Admission  25c.
W. M. Lawrence has received intelligence of the death of bis mother,
whichoccuned this week at Winnipeg
Mr. Lawrence has the sympathy of
bia many friends in his sad bereavement.
Make no engagement for Wednesday night next week. The Quadrille
Club hold their dance in Selkirk hall
and ask you ;■■ come anl bring your
friends. Don't forget the date Wednesday,  Nov.  23rd.
The thrilling and realistic "Farthest South" pleturea will lie seen at
the Edison tomorrow night.
R. H. Trueman is here. Now is
the time to get yur Christmas photos. See our special photos, $5.(10
per dozen.
Aemelius Jnrvis & Co., brokers   of
T  :   :.t".   have  purchased      the       de-
ntly  issued  i'.v  the eity
.   ior   the   relief
oi the city bank overdraft and gener
al expenditures. Thi  debentures were
e.t |96.53.
The new hospital at Chase, Lake
-: swap, operated by the Revel-
Btoki So icty.      has      been
illy     :• ■ ■■*!.      The  building      is
commodious     an', convenient,    b
well   "tted iv  appliance.   O.
W. city was the
i. infractor.
A  large party of C P.Ft. surveyors
of   V,  H,   Larson retuined
tbi   Big  llend    where
■  route for
t thi   i   I'll.      vin
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so il you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AND   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coifees and can offer you the I est values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
SOCIAL USD PERSONAL
J. McMahon, of Enderby, was in
tne city this week.
Mrs. Vi. I. Briggs will not receive
on Friday,  Nov.   ISth.
Mrs. J. H. Hamilton left Inst night
nn a visit to the const.
Mrs. R. Hows,ui will not receive on
Friday next,  Nov.  18th.
,1. Ii. Sibbald lins returned from a
business trip  to  Vancouver.
Mrs. K. L. Crimes, of How.len,
Alta., is visiting in the city.
Mrs. T. Sturdy, Sixth street, east,
will receive on FriilaJ, Nov. ISth.
Miss Jnckson  will  receive  with  her.
The Hon. Thos. Taylor and Robt.
I Ireen were in llie eity ycaterdny en
unite for the Conservative convention nt Nelson.
Mrs. A. H. Allen will receive tomorrow for the lasl time before leaving Revelstoke on nn extended holiday through California.
Mrs. F. K. Sine wns the hostess at
a very enjoyable bridge afternoon on
Saturday. Mrs. A. McRae and Mrs.
W. A. Morris being the fortunate
prize winners.
Mrs. W. H. Sutherland entertained
at bridge yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
B. R. Atkins and Mrs. J. P. McLennan being tbe prize winners. A
dainty tea was served.
T. Freeman, 11. Gilchrist and It.
Pearson, of New Westminster; L.
ChttrohlU of Eburne; E. N. Russell,
F. Y. Armstrong anil P. R. Rolston
of Golden, were in the city yesterday
en route for the Conservative conven
tion at Nelson.
C. E. Bui'bidge has succeeded ,7.
Watson as messenger in the Imperial
Bank, Joe's many friends will wish
him all success in hi- new sphere of
usefulness nt Toronto, nnd he will
he greatly missed in Revelstoke
sporting circles.
Insurance
Is one of the most important items in yeur business
KOOTENAY AG ENCIES, LTD.
will  look after  tl is branch   of
the business fur you.
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successes tu hinuid & Anderson
.iity,   which
  intry by way
  •' *'.   in  Revel
• nr   tomorrow.
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nil 'b  birth lay,    is
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Next Hum., tl'u'ti
llert Hall has purchased  ,i lot on
Second street   from .1.   lv  Taylor mil
Mill at ,'iiei' pi 'ivi* l to erect a Bne
modern bouse.     S.  Needham hns
the contract,
There  Is a  saving  thai   one      can
gauge the prosperity of a eity       or
town bj   the  number
cas      li llmt   is bo,  then   R
must lie most  eiceedlnglj   .
as she ran 1
v.,lum  of petty   lines.
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Farthest South
A few weeks ago the public of Revelstoke were treated to an entertain
ment of nn unique description when
the pictures and lecture on she Lieut
Shackleton Antartie Expedition wns
shown here. As thc thrilling details of this gallant attempt to
reach the South Pole were thrown
in the screen one could almosl feel
the oliill of the icy blizzards as one
sat comfortably in the theatre and
watched the brave little party fighting against aini"st {insurmountable
obstacles and undergoing hardships
which it is aliimst beyond belief thnt
human endurance could withstand.
Yet it wns quite apparent throughout that these pictures were genuine
nn.l represented what actually took
place, without exaggeration, and
were genuine in every detail This
subject  is an education  ill itself.
As ihere were a great many people
i'i.'   i'.i***     liable   I"  see   il   inst   time
and as 'he management bus had so
ninny requests thm it Bhould be
shown again, we are now pleased to
.un,eaii.  thai     arrangements     hnve
■ ie  tor  a  return  booking and
■ ■-  w.ll  be shown again      to
ay) night at the BSd-
thentre.      The  usual  prices  will
be cha: -■■
Made to Order Weather
antl  of  the Institute
'  !: I .nn.l. n.      Kng.,
i  marvelous    de-
Having
universal
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Coat  he
was
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Moving   Pictures   at Unera '"' ""' pubI"
Houso to-niyhl. 8:30 o clock. tboii timid..
BUl HESS LOCALS
"litish C' ' mb,a and Canadian
Xmas cards nt Bews' drug store.
Safety razors, exirn blades, strops
razor hones, shaving soap at Bourne
Bros,
l-'OCND—A Mourning Broooh. Owner
can have same by proving property
nml paying for this advertisement.
Several lines of local view calendars 20c. and 25c. each at. Hews' drug
store.
To reduce our large stock of pocket cutlery we are offering a numbei
of lines at very low prices. See our
window,—Bourne  Bros.
E, F. Tucker, the local photo
grapher, will make liberal reductions
ui all photographs taken by bini
until January 1st, 1911. Come early
in  the day  for best results. tc.
Fnncy  llrnss goods now  on  display
■it   Hews'  drug  store.
Children-' books, gnnies, blocks
lolls, etc., at Hews' drug store.
Ideal Waterman Fountain veils —
new stock just iu —at Hews' drug
store.
Famous Battleground
Denilmnn's Island, which, despite
its name, hns been a fairly live issue
for several years past, wns formally
taken over this morning by Theodore
I,litigate, following upon thc decision
of the court. of Appeal recently,
which decreed thnt the city of Vancouver .lid not control the " tight,
little  isle."
Mr. Ludgato, ' accompanied by
Sheriff Hall, IO. I,. Kinmaii, and Inspector McRae. who represented the
'ity, went over to the famous battle
rround today nnd tlie lone watch-
•nnn who has been holding possession
.'or the city, was relieved of his re-
i>: ndbility. Bince the occasion of
he light of June 1, 11109, until a
iionth ago, the city kept a police-
nan on the island. Recently a
satchman     hns    been holding      the
Ol't.
Barbers' College
The Moler System of Hnrber Colleges will open one of theii famous
schools in Calgary, Alberta, November 21st. We teach the barber trade
md guarantee positions; wnges $18
to $30 per week. A reduction will
he given io students joining on open
ing day.      Full   particulars  free.
Write for special offer.
Moler  Hnrber College,
Spokane, Wash.
Tenders Wantad
For Finishing Howson Hlock, set-
ling plate glass, etc. Plans and
Specifications at V,.  King's architect
'•lie,'.
Tenders to be in hy Wednesday,
N'livi'tnhcr 15th.
MUSICAL FAIR
I uder auspices nf Rt, Peter's
Ladies' Guild
OPERA  HOUSE
HV, NOV. IS, 1910
8i30  P.  M.
The following extravaganzas:
" How Grandma Danced."
" C.limpse of the  Brownies."
" Sailor-' Hornpipe."
" Great Cake Walk."
Vocal selections and other items
Saleoi \\"tk.    Refreshments.
lish     1',  Ull.
Aii 1*1 ruing I'liiiiful of pleasure,
Reserved Scats, -       75c.
Admission,      -      Fifty   Cents
Children,    -   Twcnty-fivcXents
il  \; I* .fin ild's
Inu ■ St*.i.
■*$. R
Christmas (Jifts at
Moderate   Prices
nre in be found hy lhe " hundred* "
In ",ir new I M piijjr ClUlofUS JUKI
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CATALOGUE   l<
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
Diamond Mamhnnt*,  Jnwtlttra
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134-136138 rOMCC ST.
TORONTO
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Christmas
Fancv Work
Everyone is busy making fancy articles for Christmas gifts
ainl ihis Store is the acknowledged headquarters for everything in
the Fancy Work line. No matter what you may need in the way
of materials, you will find them here. Kvery few days brings a
new lul and our stock is kqjt up-to-date at all times.
Tinted Tops and Centres
We show a very large range of these gooda ou Art Ticking
and Burlap, Arts and Crafts and Misfion designs are in demand,
but we bave a nice assortment in floral pieces. Bureau Scarfs,
Table Centres, Work Mies, Tie ami Towel Racks and a host of
smaller fiieces also in tinted designs,
Stamped Linens
We dn all cur own stamping. We carry a large lot ready
stamped or can stamp anything you wish to otder.
Fancy I,imn Towelling on which we cau stamp a fancy
hinder ami initial.    We have some new designs,
Belding Embroidery Silks
We carry a large range in Kilo, Royal Floss and Rope Silks.
Berlin Wools in 2, -I and 8 fold, ] e i l.ustn, all sizes, ll. M. C.
Enibroidery Cotton, Klostersilk, Crochet Silk, Crochet and Knitting Needles, Gold Thread, Etillettos, Emlroidery Hoops, Embroidery and Handkerchief Linens, etc.
Come and See our display of Plauen,
Vienna and Cluny Edged Centres.
Drawn Linens in all chapes and sizes.
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WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and you should insist upon getting thr best at all
times—get 0111% Our leputa tion for good bread is not
the result of chance. Our customers are satisfied that
ours is the most satisfactory bread they can huy.
Try It and you will heroine a regular customer. Our
Grtiftpries are also In keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
YOU RUN  NO   RISK
IN BUYING MAC S GROCERIES
Christie's Fruit Biscuits, per lb.  25c.
Kippers and Halibut, 2 lbs. for  25c.
Brown Windsor Soap, per doz.  M5c.
Eating Apples, best in town, per box  S2.00
John Mclntyre & Son - PS
Men's Fall Hats
We Iiave just pul in stock a large assortment
of Stetson, Carter, Redmond, i'iit and
Headform Hats in stiffs and softs. To see
them is to buy one, that is why we want
vnu to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Wc have prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
culls and separate I'eter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
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