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Array "Empire" Typewriter
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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $00.
nterior Publisnuig Co., Agts
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The Mail-Herald
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TlNTKRS  AND PUBLISHERS
Vol  16-No. 95
REVELSTOKE.  B. C. DECEMBERS, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW MANY SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS WE CAN SELL YOU UNTIL YOU VISIT OUR
STORE.
BRING IN THE WHOLE FAMILY AND SEE IF WE
HAVEN'T SOMETHING THAT WILL PLEASE EVERYONE OF THEM.
YOUR FRIENDS WILL APPRECIATE  SOME USEPUL
SENSIBLE  PRESENT   SUCH  AS   WE   CAN SELL YOU
MUCH   MORE   THAN   A   FANCY   TRIFLE   THAT   WILL
SOON BE WORTHLESS.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR A FEW OF THE BARGAINS THAT WE HAVE DISPLAYED ON OUR SHOW
TABLES INSIDE.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,575,000.00
5 S30,000.00
5,500,^00.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago- First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattlp-SeattleNational Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
p. gums 8t Co.. m
finnan ftaddies        Kippers
Smoked jfalibut
Manitoba idhite fish
Salt tfemngs    Salt Mackerel
p. Qurns & Company. £,td.
Ladies' American Blouses
A shipment from New York just to hand.
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOCKS KAST OY  EDISON THEATRE
Dominion Sawmills Ltd. Head
Offices at Revelstoke
With the erection nn.l completion
of the line new ollice building tor
iim Dominion Sawmills and Lumber
Company, Itevelstoke will hnve ono
ol the Imn Isomest and must luxious-
ly fitted structures In British Colum
bin. The new block will be erected
mi Victoria avenue, in lull view of
the railroad track, where hundreds
n( travellers dally will see the embodiment ol the largest lumber concern in the west. The plans lor the
building are the work of E.F. Brick-
ell, architect of Bradford, Penn., and
nill tor n handsome and well appointed, self contained frame Btruc
ture 48x100, and 26 leet in height
from the ground to the eave of the
roof, t'.us latter having a lint dock
surmounting a  sharp    pitch. The
foundations are ol soliil concrete ns
is nisi, the floor; there is nu basement.
Theground Boor contains the com
plete Buite of business otlices ami
official departments, including n
spacious general ollico iK-xts handsomely fitted, approached from the
large vestibule by a wide corridor.
Tho otlices f.ii- the heads of departments, stenographers nnd clerks are
all well situate.l while two strong
room vaults make up the dividing ol
the Hour space.
The second floor contains nine
boil rooms 9x14, n spacious dining
room 20x21, two sitting rooms 19x1-4
as well ns private dining room, kit-
ch'ii, pantry, hath room, lavatories,
etc. On the attic floor arc five more
bed rooms, closets, etc. The whole
of the interior linish will be of tbc
best with every modern convenience.
Heat will be supplied by means of a
large steam an.l water circulation
plant contained in a boiler room
adjoining the main  building. The
front of the structure will be exceedingly imposing of decorated Colonial
design, the principal features being
six large Corinthian columns, giving
the whole a striking and handsome
appearance.
Many wide and high windows give
plenty ot ventilation and light lo
the various rooms. According to
the plan, the new building will be
surrounded hy grass lawns, with
double sweeping carriage drive to the
main entrance and the whole will be
a magniflcii-ntly imposing edifice and
well in keeping with the enormous
business it represents.
Y.M.C.A. Note
On Monday this week the Corley
house defeated the Businessmen in a
well contested game hy 66 pins. Last
night the Y.M.C.A. trimmed the C.
P.R, to thc tune of 1411 pins.
BASKET BALL
In a fast game of banket ball laHt.
night the Y.M.C.A. defeated a team
from Fire 1 lali No. 2, with a BOore
nf 80 to 18,
S1NHAY  SKK\ [0ES.
Tomorrow afternoon the usual Sun
day service for men will ho held between the hours ol 8:48 and 4:45.
Mi. Pagdin will glvo tbe address,
while K. Oamoron will sing. All
im n are welcome.
The membership campaign closed
on Nov. 2.1, after a nmst successful
run, and although nt present the
Ion mark has not yet been reached,
thoro being a little less Ihun forty
to make up the required total, yet
i is anticipated that whon tho final
i'turns are made the intl maximum
will be reached.
Through California
The people of Revelstoke will have
tho opportunity on Friday evening
in the Edison Theatre, of taking a
journey through California. Thut.
winterless land by die sunset sens,
where tho mountains glist.n against
the summer sky, tbe fragrance of th?
orange blossoms iill the air, flowers
and roses are blooming everywhere.
Ainieiit ruins seen will recall to mind
enchanting stories of the past, which
stretches back through the dim corridors of time for nearly four centuries.
Professor P. W.  Prince will  act as
guldo,  taking the traveller down  the
('olumbin  river,  Pnget     Sound,  etc.,
into California, into Yoscmite Valley   introduction from  the  Board of Trade
etc.      27!)  beautifully colored  lantern   for use in  Kngland.
BOARD OF TRADE
Important Requests to be Made
to Provincial Government
The regular meeting of the Board
of Trade was held on Thursday night
Under general business a letter wiib
road from llcaton's Agency enclosing
a copy of the paragraph descriptive
of lievelstoke, which will appear in
thoir new publication,
K. W. Obater wrote stating that
be had opened an ollice in l.iui Ion [nr
the salo Ol II. ('. lands and asking
lor the co-operation of Revelstoke.
Tho Winnipeg Board of Trade sont
a resolution for ondorsatlon, asking
tho Government of Oanada to bdlld
and maintain for the nation, the
Hudson's Buy railroad.
WATER  CONSERVATION,
The matter ot the reservation of
certain  areas north of the  city       for
the conservation of tho city's water
supply was taken up and the letter
which the city council had written
to tlie Dominion government nsking
for the reservation and wator records
was endorsed.
BOOKLET.
The new descriptive booklet, came
up for discussion and it. was decided
unanimously to let the original contract with tho Interior Publishing
Co. for the publishing of the book
stand.
A  resolution  was passed  that    the
publicity fund money  Iw made available for the officers to disburse    the
expenses of the new booklet.
BOARD COMMISSIONER.
R. Tapping was given a letter      of
slides ami 1000 feet of "xccllcnt rauv
ing picture films will be used. Ad
mission 50 cents, childirn 25 cents.
Curlers Re-organise
A meeting of the Revelstoke Curling club was held on Wednesday night
this week and was well ai tended.
After a few details of preliminary
business had been gone through, the
election of otliccrs for the year took
place as follows:
Hon.  Pres.—Mayor Hamilton.
President—A. E. Rose.
Vice-Pres.—(1.  Knight.
Sec—C. M. Field.
Treas.—C.  R. Macdonald.
Executive Committee—H. N'. Coursier, W. A. Foote, Roy Macdonald,
D. M. Rae, R. Sqtiarebriggs.
Messrs. Rose, Macdonald, nnd Field
were appointed as a committee to
interview the management of the
rink and make all necessary arrangements lor securing tlie two sides of
the building. This has since been
done and the committee will get
busy for the season's play.
J. Donald will be in charge of the
ice  ihis year.     The foe is set at $8-
Enthtisiasm marked the spirit of
the meeting and a large number of
devotees of the "roaring game" have
signified their intention of curling
this winter. Every endeavor will
be made to organize an interior curl'
ing association to embrace all points
from Ashcroft to Field, Okanagan,
Arrowhead, Trout Lake, etc., and
if this is accomplished the sport this
season should be a very popular one.
Department of Railways
Victoria, Dec. 2
government has decided to create
department of railways and a bill for
that purpose will be Introduced at
the next session of the legislature.
There are now many railways such
as the Canadian Nortlv'-n Pacific, the
Portland Canal nnd the V. & S., as
well as electric lines which will naturally come under the jurisdiction of
such a department, and its work will
no doubt increase rapidly.  No      new
IMPORTANT REQUESTS.
The following important matters
were prepared and will be submitted
to the Hon. Thos. Taylor to lay he
fore the house at tho forthcoming
session of the parliament, and urge
The Provincial  their carrying into effect.
.1    1
Public building.
2.—Resident County Court judge.
3.—Land Registry office.
4.—Registrar.
5.—Experimental  farm  and  orchard
6.—Game warden for  this district.
7.—Traverse survey round the Big
Bend  outside the railway belt.
8.—Wagon grade on the road from
Canoe River to Tete Jaune Cache.
9'.—Fruit and  Agricultural     expert
rtfolio will be created for the pres i to visit this locality and report    on
po;
ent. The now department of railways will be attached to that ot
public works and will be under Hon.
Thomas Taylor.
Popular Re-engagement
We would draw our readers attention to the announcement of the
Jeanne Rus-ell Co., who are paying
us a welcome return visit for four
nights next week. Miss Russell has
considerably strengthen, d her company since her last visit and brings
to our city this time Miss I.ucile
Palmer and Miss Pinkie Mullally.
We are promised such plays as "In
Missouri," "Charley's Aunt," " A
Night in New York" and " Polly
Primrose," each one of which is certain to draw crowded houses.
Miss Jane Dorscy, who will be remembered as the Widow Ciillum in
David H.'irum, is still with the compnny. Each of the plays to be presenl cl will b« stnged as only this
any know how, and with Raj
!•'. Brandon,     W, Lee Brandon     and
Christmas Mails
Attention of persons sending
Christmas parcels abroad io called to
the following regulations which govern the parcel post service:
"No parcol addressed to England
may exceed thirty inches in length
nor be more than twelve inches wide
or deep. II addressed to other countries the maximum length allowed
is twenty-four inches, width and
depth the same as lor England. All
postage fees must bo fully prepaid.
No parcel may contain any explosive
or similarly dangerous article. Every
parcel, except small packages of a
few ounces in weight, must have a
customs declaration relative to its
contents attached. The parcel post
rate to the I'nited Kingdom is twelve cents a pound with a weight limit,
of eleven pounds. Weight and rates
to other countries vary, and may bc
ascertained upon enquiry at any poBt
otlice. Letter rate to the I'nited
Kingdom nnd its dependencies is two
cents for each ounce, and to all othor countries five cents for the first
ounce, and three cents each additional ounce."
Thc first annual hospital dnnre nt
Nakusp wns held on Wednesday this
week In tho opera house. A large
number ot people attended, excellent
music being provided hy a detachment of the Revelstoke City Bnnd.
To-night   the    "Merry    Musician*"
will appear at tho     Edison Theatre,
ami judging hy their unqualified sue
cess  during their  present  tour,   Rev- |
elstoke will he treated to a perform- i"
thc condition of climate, soil,      etc.,
for the Information Bureau.
10.—Subsidy to steamer on the
Columbia above Death Rapids, contingent on the Dominion government
improving navigation.
11.—A road from the west city lim
its round the river bank and Columbia Park, there being mnny settlers
there having no means of getting in
or out of town.
1'2.—Extension of Iho road to the
Tumwata.
ltlVER  IMPROVEMENT.
A resolution was passed that a
letter be sent to Ottawa asking for
a sum of money to be included in the
estimates tor a further examination
of the Columbia river above Death
RapidB, and also below, also a sum
to carry out thc river improvements
there.
The matter of a new steamer wharf
for the city was taken up hut thc
Dominion government ha- done nothing yet to bring it about.
Million Dollar Cheque
Negotiations for ihe purchase of
thc Pacific Whaling company by thc
C.N.R., have now been closed. It Is
reported that thc railway company
issued this week a million dollar
cheque as first payment—the biggest
negotiable cheque ever made out in
British  Columbia.
Crown Prince Will Return
Victoria, Dec 2.—The Crown Prince
of Hesse, who spent several weeks in
British Columbia this yenr hunting
and fishing, lias written to Chief
iinnie Warden Byron Williams an-
n,.v-'nounclng his intention ot     returning
year fm   an extended  visit.
!8t. i   The Landgrave's attention was first
The      Pierrots are  all  artists      and   attracted  to  British  Columbia by tbe
brim full of humor their repertoire of |«MMt "f Wg game made at Vienna
music both vocal and     instrumental,   »»•! ' "  hiH arrival hera he w,,s s"
Their  performance will  givfl tho alld-  "truck  by the bright  possibilities for
ience n first class evening's entertain   the future that bo bus made largo In
ment and nil who want to havo     a j vestments in different parts   Of     the
good time should not miss this    op- i province.
I'oitunity.       The curtain  will       not!
rise till fl p.m. I   'Phut  Scmch red deer and thc nim-
ThO marriage of Mr. John Mastter- Me chamois ol the Austrian Tyrol
land and Miss Clara Land, of Six will shortly Join tho ranks of the big
Mile wns solemnized on Tuesday hy j k«»»' n' British Columbia, was nm*
Rev. R. J. Mclntyre, at the homo of.oOg the interesting information con-
Mi. C. F. Lindmark.       Only n
dui rnldwcil in the leading roles, of the friends of the contracting par-
| ." sufficient for our readers ties were present. The friends wish
.,. Miss Jeanne Russell crowded ' thorn many happy years ol    marrioil
U 'Uses on all lour nights, life,
few I veyed by Mr. Bryan Williams, the
chiel gamo warden of tho province,
who returned from Vancouver Irom a
trip ol lnspoction through the LUlo-
oet country yesterday.
cr
Seasonable
Groceries
^Mtft   issssf^^a.'   '*"^B
Hi
te.
New ls.ii-.lns, Currants, Peels, Shelled Almonds, Walnuts, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Dried
and Evaporated Fruits, Canned Fruits,
Canned Vegetables, Asparagus Tips, French
Peas, Mushrooms, WagStaffes and Kootenay Jams and Jellies, Mince Meat, Ontario
and California Honey, No. t Apples, Spies,
Greening, Baldwin, Wagner and other good
varieties, California and Japanese Oranges,
Lemons, Almeria Grapes, Cranberries, Ashcroft Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes,  Celery,  etc.
CANDY Webbs',Cadbury's, McCormick's,
Cowan's Chocolates and a large assortment
of Mixed Candies. Hon Boris, Xmas Stockings, Fancy Biscuits, etc.
New s vies in Cut Class, Dainty Silverware,
Carving Sets, Lamps, Klectrie Goods,
Fancy China, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet
Sits, everything in Cooking utensils, Roasters, Jelly and Cake Tins, Patty Pans, etc.
Our Store is full. Do your Xmas shopping
here. We have the Goods, and will try
and please vou.
Bourne Bros.
Groceries,    Hardware.    Flour and Feed
JH
Time to be Sending Your Xmas
Gifts Back Home
Come and see our
store, our stock and
our prices. We have
a line of goods, suitable for Father, Husband, Brother, or Lover
McRAE MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED
Mcii's and Boy*' Outfitter
Choice
Juicy
Meats
We deliver nothing but the choicest of
Beef, l'ork und Mutton to our numerous customers. Once we get the oj portunity to serve
you with our goods we have a satisfied customer always.
Fresh Fish and Coast sealed Oysters delivered daily.
Home Fed Turkeys, Chicken and Ducks'
fresh arrivals daily.
Creamery and Dairy Butter, Fresh Eggs,
Premier Hami ami Baeon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
•Success in Xmas faking
Depends largely nn the quality oi the iuKrcdients.
iiur Stock includes i
CURRANTS    Double   cleaned   and guaranteed
not crashed, A 1 quality.
MOLASSES    In pint nr  quart  sealers, genuine
New Orleans, oi K""d flavor, heavy and rich
EQQ8    Irish case eggs, reliable, 40c. per dozen.
Our Xmas Fruits well selected.   Satisfaction Guaranteed
John Mclntyre & Son
Phone No. 03 Paj*
MAIL- HERALD, REVELSTOI    BC
SATURDAY, DEO. 3RD, tOlfl.
tthc ADaiMbevalfc
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   AND
BATORDAV   AT
R       ELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Jntcrtoi paDlteblnfl Company,
Limited
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Including postage to England,  United States nnl Canada,
By the year (through postof&ce) $-.50
JOB PRINTING promptly executed
at reasonable rates.
TERMS Cash, Subscriptions payable in advunce.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Legal    notices 10 cents per line lirst
insertion, 5 cents per line     each
subsequi nt   insertion.      Measure
ments N inparlel (12 liiu-.s   make
Store and      general
ess  announcements $'i.iii) pel
mcli per month.     Preferred posl-
25    pei ccnti additional.
,  Mm i lagea and Deaths, SOc
. m ertl
; notl ■•-.• »" '". All advsiUse-
:■» sublet t to the approval ol
iii.l.*.*  ... Wanted     and
■ mdem * •*.;.■: i Isements : ■*—
Ab-ent.- Wi -* ., Help Wanted, Sit
uations wanti I, H tuations Vacant, Teach •' anted, Mechanics
iS anted, 25 * 1 is or less, Me.,
each additional line 10 ccntB.
chan^-i- .:. standing advertisements m 1st be in hy 9 a, m.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
to secure gi od display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters oi i ibllc Interest. Communications to Editor must lie
accoiii; inied by name of writer
not necessarily for publication,
but as evidence ol good faith.
Correspondence should he brief.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors.   Etc,
Imperial  Bank  Building  Itevelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B,    C,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A.  M.  Pinkham, J. A.  Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
WILLIAM I. BRIGGS,
Barrister,  Solicitor,  Etc.
Solicitors   for:—The   Canadian Bank
of  Commerce, The Molsons Bnuk,
Etc.
FIRST BTREET   -   Revelstoke, B.O.
ROBERT   SMITH,
Provincial Land Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOS    106,   REVELSTOKE.
MRS.   HERMANN   Mi KINNEY
Teacher of Voice, Piano and Organ
WE ARE THE AGENTS
FOR BANFF HARD COAL
■"N
for  tho
was lost
St.
fashions   o!  llu
overwhelming!)
Churches
Nnl size, per ton
Stove size, per ton
EgK size, per ton
Broken size,  por ton
Wellington Soft Coal, per ton
Briquettes, per ton
Mixed Cordwood, per cord
$9 oo
10 25
L0 25
in 25
11 00
S 25
7 00
p.'U'i*
I Procunler,
Sun l.-ii   in
Communion
\n llcan, il*
M. A., rcctoi
A,Ivi nl. N h.i
;   II   ii.in.,     Mo
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REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE  ANU  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
Holy    C
liiKsong;
i
uiiiiiiiiiiiiii;
2:30 p.m.,
;*.;n p.m.
Sunday a
A.
Sit,ill*l
Holy
iin*l
I'lVI'll-
 I
Methodist church Rorvlcas:—11 a.m,
Object sermon for I oya anil pirls;
2:30 p.m., Sunday school anil Bible
classes; I'M p.m., sulijoci " Tho Mini
Wanted" Tho pastor, it. .1. Mclntyre will preach at both Borvleos, In
tin' ovoning ini'ii aro specially Invited
is p. in. Monday, Epworth Loague,
"Memory Mooting," 8 p.m. w, in a
day,  Prayor Mooting, mibject  "Christ
lllkeness."     7:15 p.m. Thnrsday, Tho
WANTED Tn Hi nl lurnl lied room,
contrally located, Apply Mall-
Herald Office,
I'lill    SALE   i'ii w  nt railway
i.tiit mn n, :u hero will be BacrlQcod
lor :. '". ca sh, Never boon use.I.
Lilly   unable to keep it.       Apply
in     lirsl     instance     Mrs,   Miiii.tiiiii,
8040,  Columbia Btreet,    Vancouver,
li. O.
[TWO YEAR OLD  HEIFER, rod with
while   face,    Btrayed to my placo,
any one proving ownor ol sunn' and
I   paying for this notico mny      bave
sunn'.    Thos, Nichol, Oorsan ranch
Uevelstoko.
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1518
Capital Paid Up $4,0 0,000
Reserve Fund     - •    3-4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities uf the World.
Boys Brigade
All mado welcome.
is wise;
kind.
thrifty, nn.l it  is   very   tlio advantage of the Industrial co
One ol tho most Important matters
that tho Board ol Trade will lay
in foro Un' Hon, Tims. Taylor at the
next si'ssn.ii ol tho li. i'. Legislature
Is the urging ol the necessity of a
fruil ami agrh ultural expert to visit
this district to report on the matter
nf the climate, soil, otc, for tho 1"
formation Bureau. All those whn
aro cultivating lund In tho vicinity
of Revelstoke and going In for fruit
growing and nil forms nf agriculture
aro really al sen In the exact climatic and Boil i lltlons us     regards
the right Bort of Bpoi'ics ol trult,
etc., which will glvo tho best ro
suits, and It is quite probable thai
Bome aro trying to grow various
kinds oi fruit nml other produce thai
nre not nt nil sultablo for the soil.
With tho advice nnd oxperienco of an
for oxample,  the
undertook     to pay
min a sinking (und
nllowed  to retain
tho
fund.
r i he
11.ills
havo
Its officers
fashion adopt
Thoy could
.ii:,... 00 cash
mn* lasl oiler
the Investing
disappointingly
expert who cun decide a i
«ill grow best hero, wo arc
thnt tbe Inenl farmers
much benefit nnd plun' frui
nnd agriculture in a proper
and profitable Imsis.
,1      what
confident
will reap
growing
scientific
corn.
|    "Suppose,
1'iiil   iiui rlv
much ;i yeai
Uuu   ii   wen
custody ol tho
might argue a ti
oil liv my     oppi
say:     'Hero  wo
in tho sink.ii.'  fund,
nl   .>.:■:. ii' I   In mis   to
public  resulted   most
For a six per cent, liiiii.l which     wo
consider     ns    good us gold wo wore
only ofiored 90 per cent,     if wo tako
this siniiiinr  fun,I  money    and      buy
olir  "«n   Imn.Is,  say  nl   92,   W0       got
$5901 -i' funds than if wo Bold to
outsiders; and, us tho bank is only
allowing us throe percent, on tho
jinking fund, we can thus invest, it,
to emn about ii;. This saving of
3J per cert, means, Bay, $700 a year
les*. in expenses. In Ihut way—
through the reduction of our expenses- tho security of our creditors
'is Increased; in other words, the
lmiiiiis of those sinking fund bonds
are bel ler ofl than if wo held the
money in the shape of a deposit In
nny  llnnk."
School Attendance
A Ion
con   Sohoul for in
TECHNICAL  EDUCATION
Wide spread interest is now being
taken in the subject of technical eil-
ucatlon in Canada, and no more im-
portant h question nn.l one whic
will sooner or inter materially afioct
tho whole of Canadian commerce nn.l
industry, not bo much lor commerc
ml supremacy, but lor commercial
existence, nr in other words u com
mon menus nf better relationship between the two great elements of In
dustrial life, namely labor nnd capl
till.      The  recent   tnin   of  the      Com
mission on technical education
through Canada, should bring aboul
i- "il results. Wc see whal wonder
fui progress Germany hns made during the past  thirty yenrs in  nn      in
*******<.****************,     _ ,, dustrial     way nn.t she has been able
; jircpared .'or Toronto  (.onscr-
'      '    ' to do this, because by advanced meth
vatory ol    Music.      Local examinations.
SECOND STREET,
STUDIO
H.
W AL L ACS,
ARCHITECT
Box 252, Revel-toke,13.C.
P'.ar.s a:.'. S;•■ o.titrations prepared Kr all classes ol buildings,
Etc. Draught'ng and Blue Print
ing
Zbc flDailtberafo
BATDRDAY,  DEC.   IRD,  1910.
Ir. the matter of civic street light-
lyi -■'There   is   a
keen   rivalry      am'.n.-      many  of the
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• i   .y..'    a   Iront  id  every
:ence.  and  Guelph,   ■>
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ods of     organization    mil   technical
training, sin* bus made her     working
unit  the mosl effective in the world.
Efficiency  lias  been the  master  word
by    winch   she   has   conjured     .sun*.'.
Imni thc midst  of difficulties        -n
so it could be in Canada  today, As
years    advance    increased  competion
renders  the      possibilities   of
more dlffcult, ii"i  only with
uals. but for nations.      Vnj
not equipped with mean
training will nn.l  the rae for      sue
cess in competii a hard.,
Canada and B, C   in particular,   has
just entered on h< ■
.. n and to lie able to   coi
cessfully  In  maun:.'
a.it * >ns  of  tl itndrance
must  be given I
(-those v
paring for c mmerclal
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take I.
for  nat.
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A Profitable Pursuit
There is no cleaner or more profitable pursuit in life liuin iiiiiiiii;;.
when iii the hands of mon ol re pon-
sibility and integrity. Every dollar
raised from the mine and added to
the wealth of the nation comes with
.nit the injury to fellowmen result.ng
Irom competitive trade and Industry
.*. mii : *i often thrive on the mis-
[ortunes of others. If an Investor
:u n mnn' would havo his prospective Investment valued and reported
'ti by a reputable mining engineer,
and followed bis advice, Just as he
would have a valuation made of a
prospective mortgage Investment, he
would find thai nine times out ol
ten he would make more money out
ol the mining investment, than in
the ease of mortgages or realty in
v ■ •■ nts. British Columbia offers
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"i his ca
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Courtier's ICIectric Cleaui
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ll.el l.> II.
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Third Annual
Masquerade Ball
under auspices of
Fire Brigade No. I
TENDERS WANTED
'i'lie undorslgnod will aooopl ton lors
tor tho erection o! nu ollico buil.linn
in Revelstoke, on Lots G, 7, 8, Block
'i. Plans iin*l spi'iilliiiiiniis enn bc
si'.ii  ill   the iilllee  ..f  tllO  lllnbe   l.uin-
bor Co,, Ltd., Rovolstoko, Tenders
to be i'lnsi',1 mi December 7th, 1910,
nt   12 o'oloek  ii.H.n.
Tho lowest ni* any tendor nol necea
surily accoptedi     Tho above does not
Include the foundation.
DOMINION   SAWMILLS
AND LUMBER CO,,  Ltd
EDISON THEATRE
. Dec. 3
The Fun Making
Troupe of  Pierrots
Reserved Seats  75cts.
General Admission 50c
Children  25c.
WEBRESHV, DEC. 7,1510
OPERA HOUSE
Han Is me  Prizes   for  Hest
and mosl original costumes
Good Music!
Refreshments!
Grand  March Starts at
9 p. m. Sharp
eof colo
a
-* •   Revelstoke in
fun
I TICKETS,   -   SU Per Coaple
Lady's Ticket.
0PER4 HOUSE
One Night
Saturday, December, 3.WW
Dickens'
Recital
SUBJECT
"Christmas Carol"
By
Miss  Eugenic Fox
The famous Dramatic
Reciter from the
Queen's Hall
Crystal   1'alace
Admission.  - $1, 75c, 50c.
Seat - at Mncdouald'a
Drug  Store
A OENCRAL I1ANKINO  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At ail Branches.     Interest allowed at highest current rato
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
NOTICE   TO   THE   PUBLIC!
I In ill:', pin rli.i*.nl Illi' Ini'ill.*.... formerly .ill I led nil   l.v    li.    A.
Spring in* .ii .■ pi epnreil to exei lite *ill ortlei ■• promptly.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers,
Sucliltcrs
Hume:,:; Mnkors
I loors, f [ite, Mouldings,'
\       Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
h & Door Co.Ltd
REVfcLSTC KE, B C.
eveis
FOR SALE
iay, Oats, Wheat,Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESOH & CO.
t H i n i.:   Cor,   McKenzie Ave.
ASH  Sl.l .'NU  SiKI.I.I'
1'llilM     7.*.
lUTCHlSDN'S WAREHOUSE
Til I HI) STREET
UNION HOTEL
AllKDA UK All, II. t\
Hpeclal Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. Pirst-class sample
looms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlookltiK Upper Arrow Lake,
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK    SHOP—
Gonnaujjht Ave.   -   Revelatoke
Send Your Orders
To  U)e  It lit W 1si*<iK'<l    fnr
Famous Gait Coal
[ire, Life and Accident Insurance
Full particulars ol select building
lota given upon application
i irders lefl  at  thin  office   for  liaj
.ni'l grain, promptl) nti. uded lo
W. B. Robertson
Great Wesl Permanent l.i.mi
Company Agency
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Mt'N'K 11 ll
	
Timi
'.:.i     is a lit!
caani •
the  habit      ul
■ arly,      Th I (mm
the    Sew    York  T;rn.*s    is  timely:  —
"\ last  year earlier    thnn
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;: i.iivn    a
•. ■ '   Hint
are ':'•:' time to  make
tt greal ■ :■ al bet-
Ur lot 1
glrii nn'. men nn.l
dellvei Tht
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11  very
never*.     Mltlgati    '        . -\\.
■n. Gel
mattei
There trill bo many who won't, and
n food many who can't, nnl thr
rush will be hnr.l rn.'ueh in nny nine
iv/our Christmas shopping early! It  Jljltnn' I'iao might yivrk more
sis'Kr
t>
meats hot
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"Wc
trial '-"i
. -i the   Inking I
ranged an I clearl.
company shall,    ,*
imn.] I., nt,
trust   ■   I.., any   Its  , *   * into
sinkinir  fund  account,      I
party acts aa trustee howl
l.olilera ni Well n    fol   tl
Both pari *•■ i have agree I as tn   the
imn nei  In which the mom s     hall Ihi
. .i  t«il;  nml  the tn.ni' e  Is  respon
■   i" i.i.th tm- nu11 ii - oul  tho *.*
terms.  It Is quite MHy  to   I0S  that B
EDISON THEATRE
4 Nights
Dec. 5-1-7-8
I lie  'I it'll   nf '111
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MISS PINKIE MULLALLY
With tlie Jeanne Russell Co. at the Edison, Monday,
)uc. o
lh
Jeanne
Russell
■ pi Talented i   *
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MUM i \ Y   Nit. I I'l'
"Polly Primrose"
I I   I*'* 11 \N
"In   Missouri"
US'.
"Charley's Aunt"
iill  l(M> \ V
" A Nighl  In  New York "
.Miss l.rin.l'', PALMKH
i       id lar Hnprs nn
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vi' N I'l v K 11: Ml<t<r<AM.Y
a I * *       • ,ii,.I [Mm ink
PRICES, /5c, SOc. and 25c.
Se i.   nt ,\| .nil,uniii i Hi ug (Jtore
Fire Wood
&EMEKT BLOCKS IOP Mi
Ohannoan Collcoc
SummerlanD, B.C.
COURSES   FOR   1010-11
Preparatory'I High School; Two
Years University; Business, Including Stenography and Type-
\u iting; Piano; Vocal.
Separate residences for youttfj
men aud young women.
Well epulpped gymnasium.
1'ai.i. TitKJl Opkns Suit. 21.
for Calendar -.ml further pnr-
ticulars address ibe Principal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
Mii'ii.-'.iruiri.l fur nl, r in-**.** of   hirlilu.^r
CtMtHTAKD LIME FOR SALE
JIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BPICK
Km   "1" in Urn* or imn 11 .I'-tiiititii1-
'ii tli • low mi  i r. <• - Fm caih
AH ittudiol im Win        I !     Mrlog
IU il"l   ili."'l
Toote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Palace Restaurant
Mi Ki '«ir  Avenue
Fruit, Candn s,Cigats,Tobacco,
Mi alf :i*'i cents.
I/V. H. Sinp, Proprietor
Stiii in Business
'I'n be cul nml delivered ns
miii nil dui ing i he winter
n nnl hs, in en rli.n.I lots, two
li. i In llie rm.I, He nr tnin-
;u ac, gn i-n -Sm 7.'. per cold,
diy, $4.25, f. ... h. cars,
i.i .inii.,I Hiding mul En-
del Iiy.    Apply
Bernard Roxoman
i \nKiu;v. it r.
U ,    in i -  for
I iISi edit
itlltl   Ki»M 'H,Sill 111" A   Illi.M'.
I
I iid   O
Sup«
tlii *, Sprftj   I' ■■ .   .   1 ■ ■ "i-
i/, i>   nnd    small    fruits*
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M.   J.  HENRY
3011 Weit-mlnster Road
A. li. McDoloall,    •   Manager
Carriage and Sign
Painting
Shop in alley  back of K. .1. Uouvne's
•tore, Plrsl Btreet.
First   Class Work Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. :inl st. ,n ,i linbsonave
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup   Attached
$6.50
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    •  RevelBtoke, B. C. 1      j
RATIMUW
Pag» 1
MAII/HE11ALD, REViLSTOKE B. C
s VTURDAV,  DEC. 8RD,  191 I,
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Canadinn Protection
Season ot Colds
Following arc extracts trom speech
of W.H. Rowley, of tho Bl. B, Biddy
Oo,, l.ul., president Canadian Manufacturers' association, 1810-1011, on
tho subjei't. of praotleal protection:
"lint there are different kinds     (Jf
protection, just as there aro different  bettor equipped to euro colds
degrees nl protection. The kind   we
believe  in   is    Trnetieal  Protection.1
"Practical protection moans moro
to Canada today than the national
policy meant to Canada llll years ago
Praetlcal protection means mora
thnn the Imposition of higher duties
on what we make or run make, if
such duties uro necessary, and lower
duties on what we do not or
make. Much of the prosperity wc
enjoy todny is, ol course, traceable
io tbo protection of the old national
policy, whereby we hnve encouraged
tlie development ol our natural resources. But      we  must  not.  stop
there.    We must  now    protect   ourselves against  waste and     extravag-
nueo In  tbc  utilisation of  thorn.      ro-
grlppe,
bave u
their
Tbis is tho season colds,
and ailments that Invariably
number of our people under
clutches.
Since wo hnd our last colds science
has made Bome Important  Investlga
tions on the subject,  und  il it   is n.,t
It  can
at least give us some interesting Information about th.'in. it has been
found out that colds are caused bj
germs, just like typhoid fever, and
one variety of the cold baclilus has
boon isolated nnd named the micro
.■iiceiis atarrhalls, In other words,
the little round bacteria of catarrh,
This germ is probably to bo found In
cannot the nasal passages of every clviltzod
liuiiiiin being, it u woro not no, we
Bhould not in r-.l lo cany li .nulker
chiefs. This germ broods very rap
Idly and   It is this rapid     brei ding
thnt   really   OCUSOB   odds.      When   the
baoterla  begin  to brood  by the mil
iion nnd food mi the    mucous lining
of tho ii..'.. nn*i throat, they excrete
ut. the same time a sort of    poison,
Fire Aiarm Bones
FIRE BRIGADE] NO. TWO.
Box No. H—(Juruer First Btreet
aud McKenzie avonue, C, U. Hume
& Uo.
liox  Nu.   16—Oorner  First       street
ud Rokeby avenue, post ollice.
liox  No.   16—Oorner  Second  street
and Government  Koud  and
leuso,
liox  No.  17—Corner Thud
nl   Campbell   avenue,   Globe
er company,
Uox Nu.  18—O.P.R,  station.
liox    No.  ti—Corner    Filth
Uiu
utinel.
LUIll-
street
avenue,    CuUiuitt
It   is  this  poison   Hint   caUSOB  all   the
discomfort "f n cold, and without
it we should not bo aware that we
had ii cold.     a inini win. has a cold
mffering   Irom     bli
poisoning,     nud    this discovery  n
plains why sonic people feel sore all
over and are quite prostrated when
Ihey have such a  trifling tllsordor as
Sixth     b'.ioet
A.  Foot".
fourth  htrout
oorner     ao'iib
sources,  so   that   we  tuny conserve   to
future generations of Canadians the
wealth of land, of forest, of the sens
and ol water power, in which they
bold equal rights with ourselves.       | therefore,  is Buffering   from     blood
"Even free traders will n^rec with
the policy whicli prevents saw logs
and pulp wood from being exported
until sawed into lumber or ground
into pulp and heartily approve of',, ,.,,1,1 ,,, t||0 |ir,m].
this as a lirst -top towards practical ti10 n,,w knowledge, however, ex
rrotcction, nnd as an encouragement piodes another Idea, namely, that a
to manufacture our wooden and pap- cold is caused by cold. Tho very
er wares in Canada. If practical pro- name is founded on a delusion. Cold
bection Is not maintained in Canada aoeg not caugQ n ,.„|,i mlv „„„.,, than
wo cannot compete even in our own heat docs. Indeed, fresh air, whether
home markets, much less in foreign i„,t or cold, is the surest preventive
markets, against the commercial com ,,f the malady. The old delusion on
petitors, the mercantile marauders ;i,js |lnjnt was probably flue to the
and the foreign foes who, with Intro [m.t that nothing so Buddenly reduces
markets of their own, and always vitality as a chill,
ready to dump their surplus wares The reason colds anv moro com-
into Canada at any price they can mon from fall to spring than in the
pot. ! summer is only Indirectly because of
"It should not he forgotten that the lower temperature. People are
Industrial nnd manufacturing opera- indoors more in winter, and indoor
tions create a population nnd infer- (lil. [s |mpuro, therefore colds arc
entially a demand, thnt is of steady moro frequent. If you would avoid
growth and of great value to our a cold it. is better to Bit in a draft
farmers. Further, they open up for titan a closed room where the air is
the young men of thc country a Hold  study.
of opportunity that* will satisfy the Perhaps the most Important of re-
most lofty ambitions for distinction cont iijscnveries as to the nature and
in our own country. It should not origin of colds is their relation to
be (orsotten that if industrial pro- the heart.. That violent caughing
press and development in t'nnada is nn,\ sneezing have an effect upon thc
hampered we will surely rue It, for heart bus hem known for a long
we will be ffiven a setback from time but that n weak heart is the
which it may take us many years greatest predisposing cause of colds
to recover. Wo do not want Canada has not been suspected, Such, h r.i-
to b? landed in this sort of plight; ever, Is the case and a nose spcrial-
so lot us 'stand pat,' let us go our'jst who is called to treat a patient
own pace in our own way. Let us for chronic cold in the bent will now
promote our own trade among cur examine him for a weak heart,
own people, at home in Cnnnda, and it seems not improbable (hat when
nlso throughout the empire. Let us the various bacteria of colds have all
keep free of entanglements nt Wash- hern isolated, a sort ot nnti-toxin
iogton, let us cease to listen to over Will be made nnd people will be vac-
turee from the United States; lot
them deal with their tariff in their
own way, and let us protect ourselves in our own way, on a broad
solid, sure and safe basis of practical protection. Let us stick to the
British preference and to imperi 1
union; let us all work together to so
cure practical protection throughout
the empire, based on a substantial
unity of tariff with a substantial var
lety of rates to be imposed."
ud      McKeUiio
burch.
liox No. 25—Corner
nd ortoti avenue, W,
Box  Nu.   26—Corner
lid Townley  street
ruck.
Uox  No.  28—Corner  Second    strct
ud Hobson avenue,  Mrs. linker.
Box No. 84—Fire Hall No. 2.
Uox No.  86—Hospital.
Uox No. 86—School.
FIRH  BRIGADE Nn.  OND
Box No.  ll   Fire Hall No. I.
Box No. *lii—Frout street wet.
uir  0.  I'.  It.  bridge
Uox No. 40—Corner King and
louglae Btreets, l'ulaco Moat Market
Box No. 4V—Corner Second und
Vales streets,  buck  of court house.
Uox No. 48—Corner Third i.i.il
I'iins.  streets,  Cowan block.
Signal  for  practice—not  less
Ix  (G) slow Btrokes.
Cno  tl)  indicates line  brokin
re out.
Signals nro given thus: 2 btr )<o*>,
ntcrval 5 seconds—I strokes, Boi
■1. No. ol box will also bo shown
n  indicator at  Firo Hall.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE! is horoby given thai the
OBorvo existing upon tho land era
lun.', (I iii Special Tlml or Llconso No
fid is, Bltuato lu Kooti nay Dii : rict,
cini.'i ll. .1, and that tho said laud:'
will he open for looal Ion under tho
provisions .'(  tho   "Lund     Act"      nt
nidnlght on Docemhor 22nd, 1010.
ROBERT A.  RENWICK,
Deputy   t'oiiiiiii:-. li * or   ol   Lands
Lands  Department,  Victoria,  B.C.,
16th September, 1010. t.'
Our immense factory equipment gives us a tremendous advantage in making these shoes. It reduces
factory expenses and enables us to buy material more
cheaply, and to secure more skilled and competent labor.
And the labor counts for much in the making of a perfect shoe. After all it is pretty nearly the same paint
that paints the wagon box that makes the artist's masterpiece. The difference lies in the workmanship—in
the use of the materials—and this is where these shoes
excel—excel in superiority of workmanship. You will
note this in their finished appearance—you will feel it
in the perfect fit—you will detect it in their wearing
quality, and above all in the fact that Ames-Holden
shoes not only fit at the first, but "stay fitted"
throughout the life of the shoe.
ASK FOR
AMES-HOLDEN SHOES
For Snle by Leading Dealers
icif «v«rywherc.
1
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or
11,
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ih. n :o   ■*  *..i
Our $5.00
Cult Links
neatly engraved with "Hi,"
munu£rui-.i, would.make a mi t
acceptiiblo Christinas gilt, 'i. • y j
ure modi. In extra heavy 1 '■■! . . '
and nre enclosed i i a fine velvet
lined esse.
NOTICK.
i: vol t"i i   Land   111   , lol,
DI .1 lol  "i   v..'..t   i *    . n.r,,
Tako notice that I, i lazol    i *  ■ o
Neli on, B, i'.. ocou) *.    n     Spin
inii li.i   I"   apply   [Ol * ui        I,
pun Iiubo     the     folio * ...*    ,,,    i i*.
.:.nd i:
i "im* enclnj al a i
the 8. \\.  11* ...
caul .:' die n , I hi n
i ha.ii;., thonco wcsi -
"i loa i" lako slim.
Ing tho lake shore in  tt  a iri ll It I ; till
ectlon  i"  , ...in    ol     ' .i ai umfiit,
containing  10 a.-ies mmo   ir .*..
HAZEL 'iii'l l-:
A. V. i.i    .,   \i.* i.i
Dated  Nov.   11,   1910, ;-'.2l
NOTICE.
Revelstoko  Lund  DI trict.
District of   West   Ki.i.li'.i.tv.
Take notice  that I,  Klllo ".'uy.    is'
Nelson,  li.  ('., occupal loll      Bl   in ti i
intend  to apply  for  ,  nn      o:i      t.
purchase     tho    following     *.i,     .:*:
lands:
Commencing at a post punted
about 8U chains south of the S. W
corner of Lot 1139, tin nee easl -
chains, thence north i chains, thenc
west ill chains more urless to laki
Bhore, thence following the laki
shore in a southerly direction ti
point of commence iiiii., contalliln
120 acres more or  less.
BFFIE TOYB.
A. V. Lucas, Agt n .  *
Dated Nov.  II,   L910. N.2t
WANTED
:/
ciliated against disorders in the nasal passaces as thoy are now vaccinated apainst smallpox.
Blackhander Sentenced
Toronto, Pec. 2.—James McCaulcy
who attempted to extort (200 from
John C. Eaton, has boon sentenced
to twelve years in Kingston penitentiary by Magistrate Denison.
Send for Catalogue K
It contains 1.1- pagei in color.. ..I
1    Jewelry, Silverware,
China, Class, Stationery,
Leather Coods,
Novelties, etc.
RVRiE BROS. LIMITED
us m$wm
Our     »
Money-Back
Guarantee
Givoltobln Hood Flour
two fnir trial*. If inu
nro not. mill II.-it with It,
then, yonr grooi r wili
pivo you im k j.iii
money. What muM in,
fulrcrr   Will you try Iti
SMMh Cure
amikly slops coudhSf   cures colils.  hrnli
ic throat and luuils.      ■   •  •     ISO ciali.
FOR   BALE—Large Bungalow houso
with live lots, Bltuatod on Second
Btreet, west. Apply .1. B. Taylor,
P.  0.  Uox   111.
FOR   RENT   Large any comfortable
rooms ill the Tnylor block, $s.(X
per month. I'or further tn.'orma
tion apply J. K. Taylor, P.O. li,.x
■111, Revelstoke, B. C.
FOR BALE—Fine large Store known
as   "Taylor    ll'.ock" standing     o,.
two  lots,  with   tlfty  loot   tioiitii.e
One of the best business   po ition
In  the city.      Trice    (11,000. A
half interest can be bought. Applj
J. E. Taylor, l'. o. liox ill, Revelstoke, B. O.
LOST—On thc corner of Third St
nnd McArthur Av., or betwcci
Third and Sixth streets mi Mc
Arthus Av. A Ladies M.nk Mud.
Finder will receive a reward ii
left with H. s. Squarebrlggs at
O. 13. Homo & Co.
LOST—1'ocket-book, somewhere he
1 ween Hotel Uevelstoko and Post
Otlie.     Kinder leaving same at this
(.illice   will   receive   reward. t.c.
WANTED A Resident agent to wm,
Kin. Insurance in the District, onlj
good producer need apply, giving
full particulars with credentials;
good commission. Application!
to be for* ardi d to A. I.. ( ar.hu.
505, Dominion Trust Building,
Vancouver,  B. C.
WANTED—Woman wishes work by
the day.     Apply Mail Herald ofBo
LOST—On Third St. and McArthur
Ave., or between Thirl St.. and
Sixth St. on McKenzie Ave. Ladies
Mink Mull. Kin '..'I will receive re
ward  by leaving sume al      O.      B.
Hume & Co.'a Store.
POUND—A  bunch  of keys,   arc   mark
ed ci'.it. Owner can bave ami
by proving th iir property and pa]
,n_- foi this advertisement.
^'*J$mH?
"^WWK
?AW®Zvlngle
srwear & Hosiery
'?V      lit     ,--
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*tMr*M(Wmw™
AUCTION    SALE OF TIMBER
BERTH  COVERING DOMINION   LANDS.
The rlghl to cul timber under
let use on B rth No. 510, . ompromis
ng the following land- iu the
■nn nice of British Columbia, will
.e ottered at pul.lie auction at thc
.pset price of $5,020.00, at - o'clock
'. M., on Wednesdaj. i. • i Hi, Jan
lary, 1911, at tho ollice o. the Do
mnl.ui Timber Agenl  at  Revelstoke
Timber Berth No, 540, sil ua e It
lu' Province of British Columbia
un*, i isln : Seel Ion 10, aad th s
ortion i ol the Spallum he n Rivei
f Sections 11 and 15, Township 19,
lange B, w.-st of tho 6th Meridian
ontalnlng an area of 1.56 Bquari
.uie., more or lc.-s.
\  '. iei nse  will not lie issued   until
ho full amount of tho pinch
ind the    ground rental lor the   Brst
year,  have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rati
if rental, etc., are co ta ni & In tli
Timber Regulations, a copy ol
,1'hich may be secured on application
o thc undersigned, or to tho Crown
Dimber Agent at Uevelstoke.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior, 0 tawa
Ictober 29th, 1910.
KOOTENAY     LODGE, So. 15 A. K.
and A. M.
Regular    meetli . ! In MAS-
*.,'    , :*.   *i   '      Odd ellows'      Hall
on the Third Mi * ich  month
■   -  p.  in.      Vie I ing tbi   0      are
cordially welcome.
J. T.  POLLOCK, Master.
CHAS.  J.  AMAN, Secretary.
IELKIRK     LODGE   12,  1.  0.  O.  K.
Meets every Thursday evening ln
lelkirk Hall al - c > *■■* S letting
irethren cordially invited.
11.  8,  BCJUAREBRIGGS, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
ARAINYD/;Y
NEED NOT
INTERFERE WITH THE
ENJOYMENT OF YOUR OUT
DOOR WORK OR 5P0HT  ;
WEAR A
■\OWE»j
ISiniXP
SLICKER
11 u guaranteed to keep
you dry in the hardest
storm.
SOW evtnmricn[  ^^^^^
TOWER CANADIAN CO.. ltd.
TORONTO. CANADA
REVELSTOKE ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
A  t'ourt  of    Revision  and    '
it.l.r the provisions of the "Assess-
ncnt Act,"   in  respect  of the   \
tnenl   U.'ll   for  the year  1911,      will
ie held at the Courl  l louse,    ll ivel-
stoke, . n Thursday, the 15th day of
December,  1910, at the hour of      10
.'clock in the forenoon.
Dated at Revelstoke, B, 0.,     this
19th .lay of November, 1910.
('. M, FIELD,
Judge of the Court of
Revision  n:.*l   Appeal.
GOLD RANGE  LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO,  26,   REVELSTOKE,   11.   O.
Meets every Wednesday except the
Third Wednesday of each month in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cord.ally invited.
ii. a. Mcdonald, c o.
Cl. H. BROCK, K. of R.
M. of F.
& 8.
RT     MT.      BEGBIE.    No.  S461.
Meets in I. O.  O. F,  Hall next   to
H rery  second
and fourth  Monday .n month.  Visiting brei ■ : ally welcome '..
CERTIFICA1 E   OF  [MPRON EMENT
NOTIl K
WakcBeld,  Helen,     I      rndo,     Del
'ii   .Iiiiiii,   Delta   ,* n I
to min.■■ t.i     .a     the
l.ni il a i      VI inii We ■'
ICoott nay.      v. Iiei o located    On    Mo
bawl   Creek.
Tnki* n"iIce thai     I,   \    11   Groen
..I I n ■  s l J i:    ID in y
Miner's t
^i*, mt, nd, date
.* i,  t" applj   i" i *    Hind
order  Ioi   a Ci
ments, lor t he puri obo
Crown ',1 !■"'  ol thc al ■ i lalma,
And further I
,n |, i    ectlon :ii, mu i be commi need
before the 11 luanco        ich Cei tt&cate
of Improvemi nl .
Dale.I   thi •   20th  day  ol
D., run.
A. ll. Green,
Nov. 3Ctli Nelson, ll.C.
C.  R.,
Hec.-S,
C. HARTE.
c,   H.   W.   KDWARDS.
C. W, 0. W.
M.i tntain  '. mp, No. 229.
Sl con !     an !      Fo  I th   Wednesdays    In i Selkirk
■   ,'■   ■  ini'ii  are
• ■ attend
w. K. OSBORNE, ' on. Com.
JAS   Mi INTYRE, Clerk.
. 0LUMB1 \ CAMP No.  IM71
IMER1CA.
t Id O 11-
1 SI      ■■.■•■.    All
• * * are ini ite i  to at-
A   T    INTHi INY, i
Wm.  S.   BLOAN,  Clerk.
li. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repair** of all  kind"   neatly  il *ne
!:   -.. le and 'lun wort tspecialty
K.-iiiuii'i"- given on sny claiia
of work
Front       Street. SATURDAY, DEC. 3RD, 1910.
MAIL-HERALD  REVE1STOKE   B.C.
Page 8
LOOK
LOOK
AM)
U E A 13
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PK'ICES
Howson's Price delivered
70c.
"   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"     13.00
"     14.00
"     5.20
"      7.20
"    4.00 I'J
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00 " "    16.50
We make mir profit by shipping in car loud lots, thereby saving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of oilier gooils not specified in this list to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods ami sut up fren from breakage,
11 ( A VS( ) N   «S*   C() REVEI ,ST< )KE, 1i. C.
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Kitchen Chairs
bOc.
101b.
23c.
73c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3,52
12.47
	
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
Bed
5.3'j
681b,
1.59
6.94
Dominion Spring
2 40
601b.
1.41
3.81
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C. V. O.,  LL. D.   D. C. L.,  PtttsiDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD,   General Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10.CC0,CC0    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, EX.        NEW YORK: 15 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avenlda San Francisco, No. 50
In ndilition to tho offices named above the Bank h.is branches
in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities)
and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports ot the United States.
'-'"It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
oilier banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE    BRAN<~iH--A.    H.     ALLEN.     MGR.
DO   YOI     DRINK ?
NOTICE.
Revelstoko  Lanil  District.
District of WeBt Kootenay.
Take notice thut \V. 13. Kobcrlson,
I Kevelstoke, occupation. Insurance
gent, intends to upply for perniis-
ion to purchase tbe following Ue-
cribeil lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe north east corner ol Lot 2772,
uniting north 4u chains, theuce west
0 chains, theuce south '111 chains,
hence cast 40 chains to the poiut
f commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
lated  Sept.   G,  l'JIO. S.17-N1G.
ot
If ymi iiii, be sure that your
liquor is pure and matured.
You can test this by chemical analysis, but it is more
convenient to obtain your
supply from a reliable firm
and then you know it is both.
Huy what yon need at
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
ORIENTAL HOTELS
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest  the
m irket affords.      Best \Yint:1;, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
•J.    ALBERT      STOTSTE      PROP
Central Hotel
NOTICE  TU   CREDITORS.
u    tbe    Matter of    the  Estate
Thomas Harvey,  deceased:
NOTICE is hereby given    that   all
realtors and  others having     claims
gainst  the  Estate   ol  Thomas  Ilar-
cy, late of Itevelstoke, 11. 0.,      de-
eased who  died at Itevelstoke      on
%r  about  the  aist  day  ol  December,
1'JU'J, are required to send     to     the
nderelgned      Soli.itors lor Thomus
Kilpatrick, Executor of the Last Will
of said deceased, within lil) days from
I  ate lull particulars ot  their claims,
'duly writied, and that
fter that date  the    said     Executor
ill  |  .. tribute    the    Bald
Btate am n ;st   those entitled thereto regard  being ha.i only    to    those
la;ins of which sain Executor    shall
ban' tht u ri celved notice.
Dated October 12th, U10.
LARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM
lor said Ezecuti r.
)ct.  13,  Dec.  17.
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
EnUrued and Impi
-
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly R*
Revelstoke, B.C.
NOTICE.
In the matter ol an * n for
I i-n;urate of
ol  lot  t'.ll'J,
.:     l-
*   at tbe explra-
t pub
of    tbe
■
the nami
-
:   Roc,
■
!.ar.J.  Ret   y.    ilticc,  Nelson,  B.C.,
COAL!    COAL!   COAL!
Hi *
1,1 H
Nut Coal $7.25 Per Ton Delivered
s. G-.  iROieiBiisrs
. ..  . i ACCIDBNT INSURANCE     PHONE   BO
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.       ni8m oaii 71
*
.-1 tarr,
Bi
..■:,
r«i
'
iwelstoke,    D. C
Boo
i   .
sold al
i I  ol death of
mj        * i     * tlu'in
ire
JAM I.      NAY I,I ill.
Arrow I'aik,   li-   0.
Coming Events
,'ovembor IS.—St. Petor's Ladies'
Guild I'liti'i'tiiiiiiui'iit., afternoon
and evening,     Opera Houso,
Nov. 22—Boston lii'iui Supper In the
Methodist church,
Dec, 3—"The Merry MllBlclnns" un-
ihr management 0, P. Walkor,
Ellison Theatre,
lecembor 7.—Third Annual ft'us-
(literndo Ball by Fire Brlgudo N,..
un.*.      Opera   House.
.ian. 13 -"Lyceum Players" under
management O. P, Walker, Edll
son Theatre.
Fob. 9—"Managing Mildred" under
management C. P. Walker, Edison Theatre.
nn. 21—"Stubborn   Oendorella." In
the Oiicrn House.
Bowling Schedule
Mon., Dec. 5—-Businessmen v Dents.
Wed., Dec.  7—Corleys v J. D.  O.
Fri., Dec. 9—O.P.R. v Dents.
Mon., Dec.  12—Y.M.C.A. v Corleys.
HEAVY DRINKER CURED
Samaria Cured Him, and He Helps
Others
A man who haa bten released from
tlif awful cru\ Inns i»i drink, and \\ii"st'
first tlmutjhl   Is  ."  In Ip "ih.i a, shows
i ih   spli t   ui     iru I herhood     and
philanthropy.    Read his letti r:
i in-   b:.nutria    IUmi.liIj    Co.,   Toronto
i 'ni
"u nl   you   pleas     >   : <!   nto   book   u
dl Jul.,    :. ISO    Clt'CUll ;.;:..    IO     . OU
vuiuud   i fin.'.! v    lui    ' ,,.■   uniih   bi)' H
i   wl   bund  t lu bi   lo .i    i.. i *.
Is  ki lii]    t o   ruin   : 'ii ou   li   m rm k,
Will   .    11.0111 bor   t lllll    1   Nil V*i   ■ .<     (■ UU)
romotly, and J Hnd li all yi u lin *'
to bo, I never i blak ol u*. i * oi
uslny b] i onu drill!- in a 11 w .1 . ,1- .t 1
'I islro r-r 11 has lofl m 1, 1 ruunoi
spouk too highly 01 your woudtiriul
Vuu mu * use mj name >n any
way you wish »n public,
"11,   !.il> u li,',.'.   . ,      ...i.i iiii.ri.-.
U,im.i..|,, li :...t..~     1- ._-*-.---
For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits,
hot breads, cake and pastry
there is no substitute for
C R E" AM
mm imwuER
MADE FROM CRAPES
Fifty Years the Standard
Samaria Pr< Bcrlpllon is tasteless
ami odoi U us, ;i n 1 d] solves Instu ntly
;-- ' eoltee, or cun 1 ■   mixed witli
in t' :i or eoltee, or cun i e mixed with
food,    li  can  Lh Uh  or  with-
■ im tin patient's knowh ::■■. it re
moves the craving lor drink, builds up
h" : ysl in and t> Blon a the uen • t
I irlnk 1 ecomes dlstai t. iui an 1 e\ en
natifl ous.
Mining and Engineering Record
Tha current number ol the D. O.
Mining mil Engineering Record to
hand contains among other matter,
articles on the following subjects::—
, Lode mining in the  Yukon, notes   ot
progress in the Ooeur D'Alene mines
special  methods  ot  assay   for    silver
nnd copper ores,  the work ot nn exploration company, suggestions      to
! purchasers    ol      mines  and      mining
* stocks  Iiy one ot  the highest  Uritish
authorities,     policy ot     the Cranby
Consolidated  M,  S. nnd r compnny,
results  of  recent   inventions  tor    the
.reduction ol lead-zinc ores     hy elec-
I tricky  with  diagrams,  description  of
i the Island  patents for the reduction
lot ores and extraction of values,    a
process  whieh  has     become a fertile
source of litigation In thc east,  with
diagrams illustrating its application
iTexada  Island  iron  deposits,  mining
er of far distant ploys, of trout gud-
dlitiff in the streams or of tramps
through the heather.
Scotchmen arc often accused of
lieing nu unemotional race. That may
be so to the superficial observer, but
once get to the heart of Sandy and
no truer friend  can you lind.
So, on the feast of St. Andrew, wo
gather together, strangers in a
strange if kind land, and warm up
our Scotch patriotism with old coun
try songs while the Canadian world
rolls on unheeding.
The Scottish claim to have the
saint as a patron rests on an old
tradition that, in the time of Emperor C'onstantius, the relics ot St.
Andrew were brought, by St. Kule
(Regulus)' from Achaia to the Scottish place, later nnd still known as
St. Andrews.
in Corea,  the First Thought       Mine
marla Prescription, with I klet, giving full particulars, testimonials, price,
etc. will be b nt absolutely fri e and
In plain sealed package to
anyone asking t"r it and mentioning
this paper. Correspondence sncredly
confldentl.il. Writ,' to-day. The Su-
mnrla Remedy Co.. i.i Jordan Chambers, Jordan St., Toronto, Canada,
Also ror sale by C R. .Mnedonald,
DruKKlm. KeveuUnke.
Write for
Catalogue G
OI'R neiv cattlodue will be
-'led upon request.
igei nl I'luilra-
., Silverware,
t Ihina, (jlass, L'.ailicr
< loods and Novelties.
' ■'•in< Ir.uii  ui  you
riik  h   ii. .. i     .   \\c
i* IV   llll
mill
*, erfuily refund •* iui money if
ir< i...! salnlaclory.
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
Diamond Mof.htnti, Jowelam
nnd •llvrmmitha
,    . IH-H8 YONGE HTUT.T I
TORONTO
RIB        H MRY HYH1R,
PrttldtOt. Sec- I reel.
wom^m
Sheet
Granby   Ruhbcra
A re
• •ni..' md lit.
ASK YOUR DEALER
FOR HUM
I operated by P Burns    and Company
nt Orient, copper mining In Lntouche
Island,   Alaska,  proposed     estnldish-
i ment     of    iron and     steel works on
i Vancouver  Island,  mining on  Valdez
I Island,  photographic notes    on    tho
saving of     an     under-exposed plate,
the Draeger oxygen life-saving     apparatus, aciitiisiiion of thc      Hidden
| Creek Mine on     Observatory     Inlet,
by  the  Granby  Consolidated   M.     S.
I and I' company,  paving   for      city
streets,   natural   resources  tapped  by
the Kettle River Valley railway. Sev
eral of the articles are illustrated.
St. Andrew's Day
Wednesday was St. Andrew's Day,
the Patron Saint o! the Scottish peo
pic, and a day when for the time
heinu', Canada wa forgotten, and
before their mind's eye came thc
pictures ot the dear home land, of
the Highland hills, or ol the low-
Inn.l rivers nn I glens. Memories of
the unit were recalled, old friends ro
in, i: I,, it-1. and cronlee tell each oth-
Condemns Loose Leaf
I Topeka, Kan., Dec. 2.—An interesting statement (rom the bank e..minis
Blonera ollice is that there will be •introduced in the coming session of
the legislature a hill to prohibit the
use of loose-leaf ledgers in the state
hanks. The recent defalcation of a
cashier, who robbed the bank of $80,-
(XO through manipulation of a loose-
leaf deposit ledger, deceiving the ex-
luniii'i'S for two yesrs, is responsible
lor the action.
The bank commissioner Bays that
it Is possible for such methods to be
carried on so that there can be no
check by the examiners, except thru'
nn expert accountant's work lasting
two weeks or more. Very few bank
failure* have resulted from any
cause in the state for two yeaifl,
and the guarantee law has never
been put to trial. It is now awaiting a decision by tho United States
supreme court.
Dec. 3—Miss Eugenie Pox,  rccitalist,
etc.     Opera Houbo.
"Mor* bread
• n d * &
better >
■a^m^m^H SATURDAY, DEC. 3RD, 1010.
MAIL-HERALD HRVELsTOffi R C
Pag* 1
>■
''
Toy land, Joy land,
Little Girl, and Hoy land.
The big Santa Clans show
2nd Floor (Hume's). Take
Elevator. Bring the children
to see the Toys.
Everyone welcome.
Shop early.
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.
Men's Xmas Gloves
Hup any man too tunny gloves?
A-k Iiim anil you will Iinil that
thero is no moro acceptable Nnins
gift. Realizing this fact we have
niiiile special preparations for
Xmas ami mir glove stock is com-
plete. We will box any pair worth
more than 11.50 in a fancy Xmas
liox.
DOG SKIN, with Jaegor wool
l.ning, a meat pTfect fitting, comfortable glove, wrist -rtriiii anil
dome fuirtnerB— Price, $3 50.
DOG SKIN, unlined, extra
heavy weight, button wrist. Price,
5>2.25.
DOG SKIN, unlined, light weight,
button wrist.    Price, $1.50.
MOCHA, fleece lined, the best
we can offer you in a comfortable,
neat, attractive glove.    Price $3.00
MOCHA, Heece lined, a durable
and attractive glove at a price
Both brown and grey.   Price 12.50.
MOCHA, lleece lined,extra stock
and tnaiie by the best of domestic
makers.    Price $3 00.
Mocha, silk lined, various shades
of brown, good stock and every
glove well finished. Either Dents'
or Fownes'.    Price, $2.50.
FINK KID CLONES, unlined,
the best of imported makes, in all
strides of tan and brown. Price,
$2 50.
FLU LINED MOCHA, the best
of our line and makes an ideal
Xmas gift.    Price $;! 00.
s
for Men
Our line of Neckties now on display and we can assure you that
an investigation will amply repay
you. All the up-to-date patterns,
shades and shapes. Our Persian
and Paisley's will delight you. All
price-; we can sui*.any pocketbook.
Remember, we will box any tie
from 75 cents up fiee of charge.
Price" from
25c. to $2.00
rs for
A  wide   line   to   choose   from
when you think of   Mufflers, come
to us  first.   Our   line   cannot be
beaten.
MUFFLER AND TIE SET-
Themulller is a folder of heavy
twill silk and the tie a good, long
12-inch four-in-hand. They come
in greys, wines, bill's, browns and
blacks,    Price per set, if."> 50.
PADDED     MUFFLERS,     all
shapes and nicelv lined with light
shaded silk.      Prices 75c, to $1.60,
DRESS MUFFLERS in either
silk or satin, each boxed separately.
Prices $■"• and $:< 50.
PHOENIX ANDPROTECTION
kni' ted mulllers, either in wool or
mercerized guods. Prices 60c. and
80o.
"WS1
In your preparations for Christmas do not
forget the fact that this Holiday time belongs preeminently to the Children. The wonderful holiday
time that cannot be separated from the brightness
of child song and laughter, and when everything
centres in the children why not have a Home Xmas
Tree and why not make it
properly attractive. For a
few dollars any person can
decorate a tree with the
many beautiful glittering ornaments and candles to be
had. This will add a rare
and radiant pleasure which
is the birthright of the children, and be worth ten times
the trifling cost.
jyiy i~
'aWkSLSjffl'\&i*.'.i«i   i
'fCS-'t1^.. .jJ***   ?\     'tjl :'■ ~'.l III
'■r/V'Jti,i2>±i*y..t,\..-,        PwffiM
,--;M''s'"'': :'~#'^••1 //    )RCt)
«\
*?m
Xmas Boxes
Gift articles put up in fancy
holly and other holiday boxes,
have an added attractiveness
that is worth the trilling cost.
We have hundreds of different
styles, shapes and sizes at only
10 cents
Ladies Neck Wear
Fancy neck wear in holly boxes
always an acceptable gift. The
styles were never prettier and
more genteel, at
50c. to $5
Shop Early
fiinty Belts
Put up in fancy holiday boxes
make an acceptable gift- There
is a wonderful variety to choose
from. You never make a mistake for we always exchange
when they do not fit. at
50c. to $10
25 Only Ladies' Umbrellas to
clear at one-third otf regular
prices- Some with new Mission
handles turned silver and gilt;
some with gold and pearl handles
others with solid metal handles.
You can get a $10 one for $0.75,
or a $7.50 one for $5.
Shop Early
fancy Waists
(it) Fancy Waists ao on sale
Thursday al 13.76, Fancy Lace
and Paisley Waists are worth $6
to *7.50.     At a clearing price of
$3.75
New Dried fruits
Get busy at your Xmas Cake. We can
help you. Send us your order for Raisins,
Currents, Sultanas, Peels, Spices. Extracts,
Shelled Nuts, Frostings, and everything
needed for vour Xmas cooking. We guarantee good clean new groceries. &ood service.
Quick Delivery.
km
Japanese Oranges
The first shipment of Jap Oranges arriving now. Leave your order at an early date
so as to ensure delivery. Also Lemons, Bananas, Navel Oranges, Grape Fruit, Sweet
Potatoes, and Celery, always fresh and new.
Bargains in Bowls
Ft iday and Saturday are always bargain
days with us. This week we are offering
Fancy China and Glass Salad Bowls at only
35c. each. 10-inch bowls in very pretty
patterns, regular "5 cent articles. Don't
forget the bargain price
35 cents
Toilet and Dinner Sets
Sec our display in these lines, direct from
the manufacturers. Toilet Sets nf ten pieces
in green, pink, blue, brown, and grey—!?:j.75,
$5.50, and $0. Dinner sets of 07 pieces at
$10, $12, and $11, new designs, new patterns
and new shapes.
Fancy lea Sets
.lust placed on sale Fifty fancy Tea sets
40 pieces in each set. rose and violet patterns
nifty shapes.    A handsome Xmas gift.
Blankets Bed (001(0 ts
There is nothing that gives tho
same satisfaction as fine, light and
warm bed covering; you get this
satisfaction win h you buy a Maish
Laminated Cottini Down Comfort.
We have a choice range of these
goods, also a line of pure white
Lambs wool Comforts which excel
anything on the market. Try a
Queen Alexandra blanket, the best
the market affords, at $5.50 to $7
per pair.
Shop Early
Carpet Sweeper
Protect
r curtain j
and draperies by using
a BIJ5ELL
Carpet Jweeper
Who cntild imagine a more
choice Xmas present than a lbs-
sell's Carpet Sweeper, ll sweeps
thoroughly, makes no noise, raises
no dust, ('all and examino ibe
new hall hearing lines sold at retail prices set hy the manufacturer.
Shop Early
Holiday Linen
A new lot of Fancy Linens to
show you* Embroidered Bed
Coverings at $7.5(1. Dalmatian
Linens in Tray cloths. Doylies,
Crumb Cloths, Side Board and
Bulfet Cloths from 50c to $7.50.
Shop Early
Knitting Yarns
New Wool and Knitting Yarns
double and single. Berlin Wool
in all colors.
Shop Early
The best of all Christmas gifts
for a man. Call and see our line,
then be convinced that our coats
are as good and our prices as low
as any you can find. Every lining is Musk Rat; the shells are
all finest quality beaver. We
can give you either an Otter or a
Persian Lamb collar. Ask to see
these coats. It won't take much
of your time and we will be
pleased to show them.   Prices
$90, $100, $110, $120
Suit (ases and Grips
Solid Leather Suit Case, leather
lined, shirt pocket and flap, handsomely 6tted with sterling silver
toilet articles mounted on detachable leather stand.    Price ?.",'!.
Solid Leather Suit Case, leather
lined, shirt pocket ami flaps. Fitted
with cut glass toilet articles with
silver plate mountings. A handsome case and will last a lifetime.
Price $25.
Genuine Bull Sea Lion Suit
Case—the tnoBt perfect travelling
case we have ever seen. Leather
lined with nickel trimmings. Heavy
English handle, two spring locks.
It will wear a lifetime. Ask to see
it.    Price $40.
Travelling Bag, same material as
above case. Finished in same
manner, 24 inches long. A regular beauty.    Price $10.
Suit Cases, leather lined, in all
sizes.    Prices, $6.50 to $20.
• lub Bags, drill and leather
lined.    Prices,   'J.50 to $18.
Watch for Our Cut
Glass Announcement
Iron Beds
Springs and Mattresses. We
carry a choice range of these goods
in all sizes at prices that will stand
investigation. Health brand and
Felt Matirassesguaranteed perfectly sanitary.
shop Early.
The best things always picked
up first. You can have any article in our huge stocks laid aside
till you wish it sent out. While
stocks are complete! make your
selections.
Shop Early,
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
Hail! Spirit of Yule Tide.
Bring forth your Christmas
enthusiasm.
This the glad season when
everyone rejoices and can put
aside paltry hatred, and make
for universal goodwill toward all.
asm—.
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MiUL-1 EPilD, RESIST OLE BC
SiATl'tWAY,  DEO.  3RD,  1910.
Warm Underclothing
Ladies' and
Misses" Underwear
II   ivj wintei wi-i^ht, per suit—75c
idies'  Natural    Wool    Underwear,
pei  -nit  $2.00
Misses .nnl Children Winter Underwear, per ■_• inn.'tit SOc,
Ladies'   Flannelette   Night. Clowns
 "....$1.00
i .'I Hosiery values, ladles' full size,
Black Cashmere Hose, selling .it Per
pail   ..   .       -:»'*
Men's Winter
Underwear
Men's Winter weight,  heavy  rihbod,
per Miit $1 "ill
Men's Natural Wool, per .suit... ,$2.50
Men's Heavy all wool  Rtbhed Underwear, per suit $2,50
We have a large slink lu
elu.1,sr from, Men, if yon require anything in this lini', 11
glance over our stuck will convince von.
REID <& YOUNG
Among th.' latest plans of the O.
P.H. company am two proposed new
lines ol steamships, one offering a
troight anil passenger service from
Montreal to South American ports
and the other trom the same port
ti.tlu* West. Indies. In both cases
the wint'.'r port  will  be Sl. John.
A good audience witnessed the pre-
lormance .if the Btlrlng Canadian
drama "The Wolf," nt the opera
house on Thursday night hy the well
known Harold Nelson company. The
play was well staged, the caste being excellently balanced, the story
being interesting in that the scene
was laid in Northern Canada, The
production was something out of the
ordinary.
Xmas Cards
C :• *.n and choose. We
have thousands. If you can't
come in, writ-.- us.
Leave vour orders for tbe
Illustrated Xmas papers. We
have them all with the big
colored pictures, 35c. and BOc
Church of England
Prayer Books
Just opened a nice lot ol the
Sew Kdition Church ol England I'rayei Books. All prices
If you want small calendar
pads for Christmas work we
have   hundreds    to    choose
from at
Macdonald's
Drug Store
Your Xmas Groceries
Arc   now   iu   stock   and   arc   strictly fresh   and good    not only
g I. but llu* lust that money can buy,   including   New   Raisins,
New Currants, New Peels, New Dates, New Nuts, New Tics, in
fact we have everything required for your Xmas Cake and Pudding at prices within reach ot all.
Try our Fresh Apple Cider (. r your mince meat.
All Fresh Fruits in season always in stock.
A. HOBSON
Grocer and Baker
1   .	
Insurance
Is one of the  most import,
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look aftor  tbis branch   of
the business for you.
Kjootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
BUSI55 LOCALS
S"o Bews' change of add.
Onions, six pounds for 25   cents at
Mi'Intyre's.
Furniture for  the  Christmas  trade
nl   Howson's,
Fresh t'reaiu I'ulls and Cream Hi'Is
today at Holi   11-  Bakery,
del ('are Cod Cranberries   at   Mc-
I Illt.Vic's.
Gel your C ristmas nifts at Howson's fiiriiitin    store.
One clean tip of old genu dust willi
('...irsicr's Elect lie Machine mny save
nine trips or more by the doctor,   2t
Snap Shot Cameras, lilms nnd all
supplies for Ninas trade nt Tucker's
Studio. t.c.
Price tick." ■ on all goods nt
Bews'  drug store.
Howson's vacuum carpet cleaner is
in demand. Perfect satisfaction Is
guaranteed,
Do not forget that we hnve the
genuine apple elder for your minca
meats In an>   quantity  at  Hobson's.
Trial shipn, nl of Fraser River
Salmon  Belli    al   Mclntyre's.
To ensure good results procure the
genuine pastr.i four at Hobson's for
yonr Christmas baking,
Howson's vacuum     cleaner is     a
success,     ask    nny  of  the  customers
who have already  used it.
Uo i'l d'scharge your help just because Cm 1 si*i's Klc'lrie Cli 11 nor lakes
tr> call ms of dust unremovable in any
other win . Nov. 30 'it.
Nurse Arnold desires to take engagements in general or maternity
work. Certificated Midw fe. Terms
moderate. Address Third St. corner of Hobson avenue. t.c.
Iiui' Christmas fruits are all fresh
nnd the best tlml can he procured —
We will lie pleased to have you exam met hem—at   Hobson's.
Don't   tear   up  your  carpets   and
scatter lacks nnd dust all  through tli
house: Ooursier's electric machine will
dn| he luuisc cleaning nnd leave every
thing Iml lbe dust just asthev are.  2l
It. docs not take the citizens of
lievelstoke 20 years to learn what
superior photos are, only took them
a few months to learn that "Tucker's -Studio" is lhe place to get
Ihem and "Tucker" makes them not
only for 11 few days but all the'year
round, t.c.
Oar of feed unloading today at
Hobson's, Including whole or flate.ied
oats, feed wheat, barley, out ind
barley chop, wheat and oat chop,
1.inn nml shorts.
li. II. Tiueninn, photographer, bus
decided to remain in Revelstoke nil
December on account of tlie many appointments for slumps nnd to tlmr-
1 ngbly Introduce our superior p'ati-
innri photographs mutinied on up-to-
date 11 mints nml fold ei s. Will give
mi Sx Hi enlargement wiib each
do/en 1 if 11 bin e up to Itlst December,
1010. Studio over ('. It. Macdona d's
Drugstore. Nov. 8(12t.
LIQUOR ACT 1910.
Seel ion  49.
Notice is hereby given that on the
third dny of January, mil next, application will he ninde to the Superintendents Provincial Police for ihe
transfer of lhe license for the sale "f
liquor by retail in nnd upon the
premises known ns tbe Criterion
Hotel, Bituatc nt Camborne, British
Columbia, from Frank T. Abbey Gto
William  S.   Hentiie.
Dated this 1st dny of December,
1910.
FRANK T. ABBEY,
Hold.a- of License.
W.  S. RBNNIB,
Applicant  for Transfer,
LOCAL AHD GENERAL
A braneh of thc Imperial Hank    of
i'i.- 1 ..'.  :..is     been ..-," ne . a;   Porcu-
Ontarl 1.
- -  - -       •■ , ; shoppers the
tonight      till
■k [01  the Merry Musicians.
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is  in   the   eity  today   ,11   route    from
St. Louis.
F.  w.   Hess lefl
garj  t,, take charge .'. th*
thi   Revel toke Sawmill
New series ol lirsl  1 li
luetic.ii*.-  ..11  Mi a *.   •   •
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AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
Xmas and Hew Year Cards
FIFTY DIFFERENT KINDS
Dritish Columbia Xmas Cards   ioc. to 35c.
4-Piecc Local View Drop Cakndar   250
_   View Calendar    25c.
Town View Calendars  3 for 50c.
Xmas Letterettcs, boxes of 6 and S ,',51.'. to $1.50
Quality  EMBOSSEDCards   25c
Celluloid and Silk Cards   15c. to 75c
Harrison Fisher Calendar S.v.io
Ebony Fitted Cases
$
- -. $10
J 10.00
: Man-
Si s.oii
Sterling Silver
Manicure  $20.00
Brush, Comb and Mirror $,;,s
1  pair   Military  Brushes and
Comb  $_'c.nu
Frames   $1 to $5
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lidlson Theatre.
Musical Instruments
Violins, Guitars, Mandolins. Accordeons,
Autoharps,   Banjos,  etc.
Games
Thermos   Goods
Hottli .,
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i'llll      . "  ] ,,   '
Si     J ifi .. $8.5
III. k
A complete line of Julian Sale Leather
Goods, and Eaton Hurlbut Fancy
Nhta Papers  in Xmas Boxes
Store
THK    PLACE    OF     I'RESENTS
fui Presents
Do not buy articles for Christmas Presents
that are of no use to the recipient. A good
rule is to ,ui\c nothing that you would not
want to receive. Our Store is full of useful
articles, and that look good, too. Come in
and have a look around. You do not have to
buy.
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Christmas Linens
Nothing makes a nicer or more accept;
present than a nice piece of linen and our
play would do credit to a much larger c
We have Table 1 linens of all qualities, Ti
Cloths with Napkins to match, Tea Go
Tray Cloths, Sideboard, Dresser and St
Clivers, in drawn, hemstitched and embi
ered linens, Doylies and Centres in dr;
work, Cluny, Venice and Torchon, and m
other lines.
ible
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and
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Christinas Handkerchiefs
We certainly have a line showing in Handkerchiefs for this season. Plain, Hemstitched or
Fancy Edge, we have them at all prices.
Sume of the new designs with colored border
and embroidered spray are very pretty: You
cannot beat us for good quality and low price.
Buy Her a Fur!
Have you seen our display of new Furs. They
are the newest styles in mull's and"1 neck
pieces and will appeal to any woman. One of
their strongest points is the very low price
for such good qualities.   Come and see them.
mz&
&maji.
UStifC   O. DD,       COO   DSt
THE BUSY STORE
There is n reesoti lor ibis, quality nnd fnir treatment has won
lhe volume ot business we now  enjoy.
Our Ninas goods are in, und our stock is belter titan ever.
By careful judgment in buying we can offer the  public exceptionally good v.lines this yeur.
To get the besl   results   use   ROBIN   HOOD  FLOUR   lor
home baking.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No, 23
Under New Management. Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALM HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Greatest Health Resort on tin* Continent
Natural Hot Water, 124 Incn" ol Hca
Natural Hot Water iu Haths.   (),   n All Vear
Rates from $12 to $15 Per Week
Men's Fall Hats
We havejusl pul in stock a large assortment
nl Stetson, Carter, Redmond, Pin and
Headform Mats in stiffs and softs. To sec
them is to huy nne, thai is why we want
sun to look our slock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meel the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
cuffs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutkerla ; 1
IT-KKFOKM CLOTHING

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