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Vol 16 -No. 85
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCIOBKK 89, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
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MR. CARVER ;
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HAVE A CARVING KNIFE  THAT WILL  "CARVE."
MRS.* CARVER:
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WITH YOU IF YOU HAVE NEW KNIVES. FORKS AND
SPOONS FOR THE TABLE.
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awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otttce—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,575,000.00
5 -130,000.00
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Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National B.mk, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Thanksgiving
wn^mam^Mammmamm^mmmmmmmammmm
Turkeys Ducks
Chickens Geese
Fresh Oysters
P.    BURNS   &   CO.
Limited.
Stylish Fall and Winter Hats
A -shipment just arrived from the East
SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW
Mrs. A. G. Crick, ■ First St.
TWO DOORS K.VT OP EDISON THEATRE
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER PLANT
Engineer's Report on Necessitated Increased Cost of Work-
$32,000 Required by Ratepayers' Vote to Complete It-
Plant Guaranteed Permanent.
As Btated in our last issue we herewith publish the following report of
the Engineers, Smith. Kerry and Chase, on the progress of the work at the
New Power Dam, giving their reasons us to why the cost of the work 1ms over
nm the original estimates and why the ratepayers will be called upon to vote
im additional sum uf money to further complete the work.
Rbvhmtokh, b, c,
Oct. 28th, 1910.
ALD. COWAN,
Chairman FlRK, Water
ami Light Committbk :
RE DEBENTURE "T"
Sir : As requested, we beg to submit herewith a statement of expenditure mi construction ef Dam, Pipe Line, Power House and Min-hineuy to date,
together with an estimate of money required to complete work carried on to
date under Debenture "T."
Pa in
I.  Dam Complete  J 41,345
J.  Pipe Line       225,48
3. Machinery	
4. Supl.  House	
5. Flume, tail race, rock frill
6. New Power House	
7. Sundries, (including main
tenance, changing of wir
ing, surveys, etc, I	
107,37
4S9
1,553
2,397
647
5 797,16
Less cost of Piers decided by
Council to be omitted this
8. Engineering, superintendence, etc...  $   .vi"11
t 85,216
Debenture     "X"     proceeds
Power Construction Paid. 5 <S.S2,16
Arc Light System         6,282
Overdraft	
$ 91,498
TO   CoMl'I.l-TIi
J 16,279 00
3,100 no
6,574 00
2,603 00
$   28,556 IK)
TllT.W,
57,624 00
25,648 00
17,311 00
4sy oo
1,553 00
5,000 00
647 00
£108,272
S  4,600 00   j  4.600 00
f   23,956 00   f  103,672
$     2,500 tKi
$ 26,456 00
$ 88,393 25
t 3,104 75
t 91,498 00
t     8,00(1 00
t 111,672 IK)
Amount required to finish Estimated J 26,456 0(
Overdraft  3,104 75
Iajss on Debentures  * 1,500 0(1
Sundries (.Say)      939 25
Amount required in New By-Law g 32,000 00
Original Estimate of jho.ooo
Cost
Dam      $50,000
Pipe Line (.UOOft., 65/t. maximum head)      10,000
■Machinery, etc. (new 700 h p.
turbine, etc., 11,600 K.V.A.
generator)     12.000
$57,624
(1615ft., 85ft.
max. head. $25,648
New 900 h.p.
Turbine
New450K.V.A.
Generator
New250K.
Generator
V.A.
Superintendent's House
New Pcwer House	
Sundries	
Contingencies 	
Engineering, etc	
8,000
$80,000
M
311
499
5,000
10,2nd
5116,272
Difference
5 7,624
15,648
3,311
489
5,OIK)
2,200
$36,272
October 2Slh,  1910.
SMITH, KERRY & CHACB,
Per II. J.  HAFFNER.
In explanation of these figures and
the necessity lor immediately raising
the additional money required to fin
ish the contracts let, and put the
plant in operation we beg to submit as follows:
Our report for August 28th, 1009,
contemplated the construction of
thc dam and pipe line as since done
and gave reasons for same.
In order to meet increasing demand'for power it was recommended
to install a new 700 h.p. single runner turbine on the old casing in
place of the present turbine, thc reconstruction ol the old turbine for
the new head and its installation on
the other side of the old casing; the
.hanging from single phase to three
phase, wiring throughout, and the
installation of a new ODD k.v.a generator on the altered turbine and
necessary alteration in building for
same. This would give a total of
60u k.v.a new generator capacity and
retain the old 150 k.w., three phase
generator, temporarily on the jack
shaft and lor use with the gas engine.
Tht final development would consist of installation of a second pipeline, casing and a third turbine made
so that each pipe could feed two
turbines, and with new direct connected machines in placing the jack
shaft.
Thc first developments wero provided for in Delienture T., at an
estimated cost of $80,000, including
J.'iO.OOO for dam complete, $11,000 -for
pipe line, and the balance for machinery, engineering, etc. We arc in
effect completing this development
with increased enpacity and more
durable construction, and have advanced into thc final development
with addition of a 250 k.v.a. generator and power house at an ndditlon
al cost of $28,000; giving n present
capacity of about 1000 h.p., three
phase installed, an against 850 h. p.
contemplated, and a new complete
900 h.p. spiral caslnj turbine,    with
additional pipe line under increased
head thereto, and a new and lire
proof power house therefor. Our
present turbine capacity is about
14C0 h.p., capable of developing under 25 per cent, overload 1250 h. p.
in the generators, three phase, as
against 1075 h.p. contemplated; or
175 h.p. additional, whicli, leaving
out other considerations cost us
$23,0CO or JIM per h.p. Thc final
development contemplated now will
he much mon- efficient and durable
than that originally planned, including thc discarding ol the old casing
mow showing signs oi weaknessjand
the old power hous-e substituting
therefor a lire proof building with
concrete tail race and suitable for
the best machinery, it will coBt in
the neighborhood ol $l7fl,o*oo as against $111,000 originally planned less
say 1*9000, sale of old machinery, say
$1B7,000 for nn entirely new plant,
including power house, of 1000 h. p.
nominal rating or $104 per h.p.
Later we will advise on tho design
of thc final lay-out which wo havo
kept in view and the best menus of
development and In another letter on
thc present linancial outlook for thc
enterprise.
You will hnve finally and at all
itages, a cheap development which,
at present, is necessarily moro beav-
ily capitalized than nt any other
stage, hut still is lower than the
other poworsavallable to market at
present in this province. We havo
continued confidence in its present
and future outlook.
Going  into the dlfleront  items    entering into  the revised estimates,  ns
above,  the chief causes that led      to
the Increased cost were:
i. Change In   design,   including—(a).
Increasing length nml  necessitating
additional Htnmgth in     new penstock No. 1, and additional portion
of second  penstock  nt upper      ond
rcplncing old Hume and  placing of
new penstock on independent [oun
datlons to save shut dowu.     (b)
Weakness  of  present turbino casing
necessitating now design for machinery      throughout.       (c). Decision
to   install   new   power  house,    saving   in  foundations  finally in       insurance at present on all of      new
unit nnd  In maintenance.
2. Increased cost ol foundations      of
dam which could  not     bo foiesocn,
floods in spring and    treacherous
rock still on north side.
.'). High cost of pipe line foundations
built by day labor, and high    coat
of steel.
Throughout it was hoped to keep
close to the old estimates nnd in
design nf dam this wn- always in
mind, hut decisions to adopt only
the most solid typo of construction,
anil unforeseen cost of same, especially ns applied to pipe lino mndo
this Impossible. It is evident, bow-
ever, that you hnve succeeded In get
ting extremely good value for tho
money expended in thc dum, power
house and machinery, and it would
be hard U not impossible to duplicate them at the price paid. No
effort has been spared to secure a
permanent nnd Efficient plant con-
sistant with economy; nnd with proper advertising thc surp,us power
now available will more than take
care of interest nnd sinking fund nnd
maintain a substantial prollt, The
following tabulated comparison ol
cost, will, we trust, serve to illustrate clearly the difference In cost ol
the projected and adopted developments:
Itevelstoke, It. I'.,
October 28th,    1910*.
Aid. Cowon, Chairman Fire, Water
and Light Committee, city,
Dear Sir,—In view of tbe near com
pletion  of thc  new  power plant      re
vision of estimates,  etc., wc beg    to
submit our analysis of the status ot
thc  power installation on thc lllecillewaet river.
The city's statement last year
shows a net profit of $14082, without
inking Into consideration the cost
of street lighting. According to the
city clectriiian's estimate 82000 Kilo
hours were used in the city lights,
Which at an average cost of 5c.
would be $11011, giving a profit of
$18782 on tho water and light plnnts
ior 1909. Analysis of    this shows
$1450 to hnve been expended on installation of new plant, coal chute,
etc, which is not ordinary expenditure.
No account is taken of free municipal and other free lights ( about
125 in all) which should show a revenue of $676, making a total of
$19457.
Water and light twenty-five yonr
debentures totalling 122000 were
issued previous to debenture T. with
inniial interest and depreciation
charges of $9481; while those on delienture T. and the additional $.'J3CO0
asked for will amount to $9365 making total  fixed charges $18850.
Assuming that the water revenues
will carry themselves as before which
is tbe case, thc profit of $19457 can
he applied to paying all fixed charges and leave a profit of $»M Per
annum.
This would leave the city with a
surplus of about 700 h.p. now available on which to take a profit, main
tenance on it being provided for at
a minimum rate of $80; this would
snow a profit of $210;>fl per annum
from the power plant.
with proper encouragement to users of power, and display and education in ihe various uses to which
it can he put, nB is done by power
companies, wc resi>ectfuily submit,
that the city can create a market to
absorb all the power it has installed
Obtain the full benefit of It! investment and encourage its own and the
growth of industries at the same
time.
Faithfully yours,
Smith, Kerry and Chnco,
I'or, H. J. Hn liner.
V.M.C.A. Notes
On    Sunday afternoon al :*.*5,     a
meeting for men will he held In the
assemble hall. This is the opi n.iu-
meeting nf the season and all men
should avail themselves of (he opportunity of attending. Rev. W.
p, Freeman will give bis farewell ad
dress before he leaves to take up
bis work in another port of the
Master's vineyard. Singing will lie
an important fenturc of the matting.
Moasrs. H. and P. Samson will Hlng
a duett. Conic and bring your
chum.
All   Ihe   young  Indies  who  lire    nn
tlcipnting     joining    the   ryninnrtiiim
classes  arc  requested   to  meet  In   tho
gym   on    Wednesday   evening next,
Nov. 2nd, nt 7:.'MI sharp. b'.vory-
thing is now n leadinBi«, blinds
placed oil the windows. NO spectators allowed In tho  gallery.
The lliisiness Men took the measure of tho 0, P. Ri team by a lead
of Cl pins.
Heaters
We arc showing a large stock
of Heating Stoves at prices
that cannot be beaten. Base
Burners, combination wood
and coal stoves, Blazers, Box
Stoves, Air Tight Heaters,
Oil Heaters, etc. Sask-Alta
Kootenay and Hotel Ranges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
WINTER   UNDERWEAR
\\ e have stoekeil a luge  asssoi-i ment  of  Cinleiwear   ill
autlclpati f the cold westber that Invariably follows a
siiMiiuer Mich hi ive hive ibis season enjoyed. Our
iiiideine ii is lh" test made, win in, comfortable and
serviceable, Our pi-Ices are 60 low that buying here is
economy,
Men's sanitary wool   (Ilin un-
ild unu, iin-hi iiik.il.le  and
coinforlabte	
Price per Garment 75c,
Men's Underwear,  Penman's
manufacturer,    in    li-ght,
medium and heavy weight,
iill   wool Mi i.In d   and   un-
sliiiiikiibh-   	
Per garment, 90c. to SI.50
Men's Underwear, Wolseley
make, in medium ami very
heavy weights,   pure   wool,
guaranteed unshfinkuhlp...
Price   per   garment,   $2.50
Men's Underwear, Btnnfleld'a
manufacture, all pure wool,
•good wearing, Kiiariiiileeil
uiislii Inkable	
Per Garment, S1.25 to S3.25
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
For Your
Thanksgiving
Dinner
We're not crowing idly—we're just assuring
the public thai our present ftock of Meats and
Poultry is lhe besl we ever offered. The Poultry is dry-picked, voting and tender. The
meals are the choicest every portion is cut
from young slock. Leave us an order and you
will come again.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Tl c On t Health Resort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water. 124 Degre«fl of Ilea
Natural 11--t Water in Baths.   Otn All \>ar
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
LOST—lkitwcen Ellison Thentie nml
It. Howson's residence, (ipern line,
white pun velvet. Kinder will receive reward by returning same to
Mall-Herald Office.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. SATURDAY,  OCT.  29TH, 1910.
TIIE .MAIL-HERALDREVELSTOKE, B C
SATURDAY, OOT, 29TH,   l:il'
CU flDatVfteralb
PUBLISHED   WKUNRSDAV   \M>
siTi'i:ii\\   \i'
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Sntcrtoc publishing Company,
Limited
AM) PINKHAM,
BARK18TER8, SOLICITORS, KTC,
k Hriiiuso Rival.-
erosK, B. C,
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a.. M. I'iMiiiAM' J. A. Hakvky,
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"Rerelitoke,
AITILLIAM I. HK1UUS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc,
S for:—
Thk Canadian Hank of Oomhkrob,
Tuk Molsons Hank, Iviv.
FIRST ST.,   ■   REVELSTOKE, B,U,
1
>OBERI SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor
Million Sin veyoi
Engineering
Box 108, Rbvelbtoke
c. w. o  w.
Mountain View Camn  No. tin
Me.tr S*i*> :. : .,:. I    l-'iirlti    \V<*,iiio.ili,y-     in
encti ini'iiit    a SsUlrlc Hall,    Visiting Wood*
■ *. ilij lm Ited i" attend,
v.   E OSBORNE, Con. Com,
.IAS  MUMVKK, t'lrik.
Kooton.iy LoclKO. No, IS, A  F. & A, M.
Improved and Unimproved Fruit Lands
Near City, in 5 and 10 Acre Blocks.
Banff Hard  Coal.
Wellington Soft Coal
Mixed Cordwood.
Headquarters for the Best and
Leading Fire, Life, Accident and
Health  Insurance.    Money to Loan.
imn up nud grumble becauso they
l't, Let us tako ofl our miserable
back breaking Backs ol grumbling
stones nnd throw them Into tho
river nnd in thoir place lill others
with feather weightB ol thanksgiving
iruit. Let 'us nil he Bonslblo of tho
ninny good things with which we
Imvo been blessed this yenr mul let
this festival 'demonstrate our gratitude for tho mercies of thc past and
endeavor to so order our future that
we bring credit upon ourselves, our
city and the community in which we |
live,  move nnd have our being.
Coming Evanta
Oct. 24-25-2G-27-28-29— The Joanne
lliisscl Co. in repertoire ut the
Edison Theatre,
Oct. 31—Informal Dance, under auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary   B.    of
rt. t.
REVELSTOKE GENEBAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   IIUI'.   ANU  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
thut
as li the Immense Inllucnc
mm ii.- imi uivs nre having over
tho world. Finally tho blograph liu*
led to the nu itemizing ol Longfellow
thus
Moving picture shows remind us,
As    they   iliuli   thoir Bcenes     ol
crime,
Thai we'd liato to leave behind us.
Imprints on tho lilins of time.
JfV The foKidiu timet
\     ™Vl£    -* in*- lirelmlil iulh
MASONIC TEMPLE, UddfolliiWH
Hull, ,,u ilm llilrd
U„niliiy   i"   e«ch
il,* mill   ill    »    l'  »1.
Vi-iiiu« bretbreu
are onrdlallj' wot
ciiniil.
"ilo niuu who actually deserved mon
oy nn.I needed a loan was refused it
and fow borrowors were obliged to
pay un   unusual  rale  of   interest."
THANK8UIVINQ  DAY
Thanksgiving     Pay has once more
i* in,' round un.l we hnve again     an
opportunity  of returning thanks   for
the many  blessings and  benefits    we
THF. GRAND JURY.
ct. 31.—"A Bachelor's Honeymoon"
Opera House.
Nov. i.—"Twelfth Night,"     Shakes-
peare'B grunt somedy, nt the Hdi-
son Theatre.
|)ov.  12—Ladies'  Royal Welsh  Choir,
25    ladies    from     Cardiff, Wales.
Seats  $1.60,  lfl.00  and 75c,       at
Edison Theatre.
lovombor  is.—St,   Potor's      Ladies'
iluild      entertainment, afternoon
und  ei-, n ng,      Opera  llniisi'.
,ec. 5—Opera Singers in "Managing
Mildred," direction of O.P; Walker.     Edison Thoatro.
. i
V nude No.
direct-
Edison
j. T  Pul.l"' K. SI IRTI ii
t'HAS. J* AMAN,SEI KI.HM
SELKIRK LODGE 12  I. O. 0  F
fc?
Heel ■ every Thursday   nvniiiiirf   in   Sol-
'. kirk   Hull in H ., ■. -1. • c- U.
  rVleUlug brethren ere
o-irdi-illy invited t*- elteud.
Et 3 SqCABEBRI-UQS, S.G,     I   MWH1K ■».•«•
Cold Range Lodgo, K. ol P.
No, 16, Revelstoke, D. C.
M»nM evo-i-    Wednoedey  ex-
C'l't  I l:ir,l \\ ■ Ihi, ,1'iv ,,I   Biirli
month, in Hi- nl I II w*- Hull
etHu'elicli Vi-iu gKnights
am eordiatly Invited.
d a. McDonald, is. i .
U. H   BH'll-i   K. ot H. AS   .-nil   \l, ,,' I'.
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
M i   in  I. o. ii. !'. lliill  next  t"
Tapping''* Opera House, every aucond
and [oui  li Monday in month,
Visiting In,'linen conllally welcomed.
0. H.,   Cl.AHKSI'K  IlARTB.
Rec-Sec.  II. \V.  Kuwaiius
As ihr population rn' British Columbia iiiiTciisi's il Is "lily right
thnl we should have in ire represent
atlves in tho Federal House al 01
tawa. According to the census ot
1901, which showed 13. C, to bave
190,0G0 people, wo practically doubled ii during ih" lasl ten years, and
with :.:*.'■ *i est Imati d population at
the present time, tho proportionate
|representation at Ottawa must in-
crease also. Tho B. N. A. Act snys
timi ni ilu* ond of each decennial
i i-ii-i is iln* representation id ilu- pi >■
vlnces '.mII he readjusted uud ihe
readjustment ncxl year will give B.
c. live nnire members. The growing
Importance of the west demands that.
we should havo mull' administration
nnd twelve members arc none too
much when it is considered Imw
great a pint ll. i'. Is now playing in
tin* affairs nl tlie Dominion, being
the strategic and keystone province
hi   lh,' great  orient.
pOLl'MBIA CAMP No. 15071,
Mi iDI RN   WOODMEN nl   AMIiRtCA
i   .     ry   Tuesday   nighl   in
li    It.,  IWsl.
All tin       ^ ■* nulled lo .ill,-nd
\    I     1-.        >NV,        V\ M, S   Sl HAS,
Consul.
Cbc flDatMbcralfc
splendid system.
lu a long yot extremely Interesting
article In a paper issued by the
National Monetary Commission, Pro
1'ssnr Johnson, "of New York Uni
verslty, treats with the Fundamental
characteristics ,4 ihe Canadian bank
nu- system which concludes by pay
ing ihe highest tribute to Canadian
banks.    Thc professor finds thnt ihe
III   s,ii|  .-iiimnn'i   iliupeiii:,!   ;■< i;i
I *.* featun Un* clastIcity of her
note circulation nnd tho solidarity
rn  unity id h.i  system.    Panics arise
hccausi "l ih.* Imi, ,*? cash, this
lack is uni fell iu i'umi,In becnusc
'Ah il llu* sir.* - ,■ ■,ni.■ ih.* hunk can
pay out lis min Holes which nre
Just as acceptable us lawful
Thu- lis n tncl form
in*.-   the  hus.s ,,!  ; .11! In
the   haul;      crisis   in   th,*   full   ,*;'
although the     Canadian  hunks      r,,r
tlie lit si  i •■ were
unable i*
■    •
SATURDAY, OCT. 29TH, 1910.
hnve received during the past yesr.
nm* Thanksgiving Dny is not the
h .uks. i\ ,n ; liny of the United
u es; it has nn historic associations, nnd il dates back to no landing oi Pilgrim fathers. It is simply
a day of national thanksgiving for
ihe harvest nn.l mi thc opportunity
thus ottered we should nil realize
.1 I v.* lime Indeed much to ho
thankful fm*. lu Kevelstoke the signs
of ihe times nre visible nnd the
i: nu .,! prosperity verj promlnient,
uul wc cannol bui take n natural
pride in mn* cily as wo see her
I growing uuu*,' and more and increas-
; lowly hut Blirely, with an
iindancc "f   good     things. Wc
cannol lun   realize thai  as we review
ihe   past   year   tbat   we   have       prospered and  it  is to acknowledge    this
prosperity and in return thanks   for
lhe  good   times   that   we   have       had
ib.ii   Thanksgiving Hay   will   be held
on Monday.     The day naturally Bug
..  ts ihe  past  ami  when  Thanksglv-
n ■ comes  we instinctively look hack
with   regret   in   what   is   pus',   beyond
recall     and     with regrel   is mingled
surprise,  that   tune     has flown      so
*;■ Ickly.     And so the years   go    hy
und the record of those  years make
* |i our history,  Some of these    periods are  monuments  of  pasi   successes, others mark tho place where mis
takes were made or defeats encountered.  Wc cannol   get   away  from  the
i i    If  we      would, and  no  life  bus
been  bo  dark   during  the  past     year
u   iiiii  to have i.ivu     Illumined     by
■ ne ray of   mnlighl.   Wo Invariably
aft :    ii ul     yearn  [or the unob
i.i nnhlc  uii*l   wh,le  wi*  scheme      and
'lun I,, .-.-iin  what  is not   meant for
in* i • in     i - 111; 111 y   as   :■,',.,!   :-"*■*
ir feet      and be
actly  what
fan l *
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*   think    we
ither    cir-
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It is to be sincerely hoped that
the many subjects referred to In tbe '
grand jury's presentment to Judge
Clrogory this week at the Inll as-,
sizes, will be duly brought UP before
their respective departments und re
ceive just attention,
Muny grand juries have mad
many presentments in Hev#siokc in
pus!, yeiirs, which have met their
iisiiul (ate of Imprisonment for life
in the dusty and cobwebby pigeon
holes nf the departmental offices nnd
the many requests hnve gone by
unheeded, li seems that presentments are merely farces nnd relies of
custom now-a-days, as seldom has
any good been derived from them.
nn this occasion the various matters
brought up arc all live questions in
Uevelstoke and nre such ns hnve
direct hearing on the welfare of the
city and district, and therefore
should bo fairly presented to the
department.      There is no use     of
a grand jury making a'presentment, PIRH BRIGADE NO. TWO.
unless      Its  ma Iters  arc  acted  upon     Uox  No,   14—Corner    First    street
and  thoir  morits     justly recognized, and   McKenzie   avenue, 0. ll. Hume
Tlie jury   is a  representative of    the & Co.
people    and    their  requests    are the;    Box  No.   15—Corner First      street
Edison Theatre
TO-NIGHT
The Jeanne Russell Co.
In the Great
Southern Melo-Drama
"The Heart
of Kentucky"
POPULAR   PRICES
lecombor    7. Third    Annual
quorado Ball by Fire Uri.;
One.      Opera   House,
an. 4—The Merry Musicians,
ion     of    C,  P,  Walkei
Theatre,
'eb,   ID—Tlu>  Lyceum  Players       and
Slgnor     Komanllli,   nn     Italian
harpist,  direction  of C.P.  Walker
I'Jdison Theatre.
an. 21—"Stubborn
the Opera House
Cenderolla." In
Fire Alarm Boxes
public voice nn.l so arc entitled     ti
close  and  unbiased consideration.
We   therefore  look   to   some      satis
factory     reply from the   authorltiei
before long.
nil Rokchy  avenue,  post ollice.
liox   No.   Ki—Corner   Second  street
Miss Edith Wrhjley
South ICknsincton, Rno.
Art Master's Certific te
Is prepared to receive
pupils for tl rawing nml
painting.
Vox particulars npply to
MISS EDITH WRIGLEY
Care Mrs. Haggen
ITOTICB.
Notico is hi ivi,} „... . - at l'<o days
Hei- ilm dato hereof, I, Charles R,
Macdonald of it. i, ilstoke, II. I'., oc-
upation , druggist, mi cud to apply
u the Hon. the i hioi i ommlsBion<ir
f Lands and Works, Victoria, B.C.,
for permission to purchase the fol-
owlng described lands,
Commencing at a post planted ten
chnins east of the N.W. corner of
Bee. 30 Tp. '22, Range 2ti, went of the
6th Meridian, Mast Kootenay, IJ. C,
aud   marked Charlos  It. Macdonald's
outh east corner post. Thenco
| orth IU chains, thence west 30
chains, theuce south about 15 chains
to Columbia river, thence following
Columbia river in  a south     easterly
irection to a point about  111 chnins
outh of the north west corner, Sec.
'M, Tp. 32, Range 2d,  west    of      the
th Meridian, thence north about
11) chnins to north west corner of
Sec. SO, thence enst    iu    chaius      to
oint oi commence  cut.   Oontaining
n  all about  110  acres more or less.
Charles  R.   Macdonald,
Hubert 0. Hall, Agent.
Oct. 17th, l'JIO.
To the  Editor Mail-Herald:
Sir,—With a view to forming n
chess club in Revelstoke, I would
he glad to have this letter inserted
in your columns. Those who find
in chess their favorite game of skill,
and know il for the most diverting
and interesting brain exercise in all
the category of hoard games, will
perhaps be anxious to meet contestants with whom to meet iu battle
royal. If players who are interested to form a club would communicate with thc undersigned, a meeting
could be called, arrangements made,
and a sei ies of games arranged for
the winter months. Yours truly,
C. It. KERR,
Bos  218,  Revelstoke.
Opera
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To Entertain Welsh Choir
Calgary,    Oct. 28.—Tho Welsh people of th,* city have decided to give
a  reception and  luncheon  to  Madam
Hughes Thomas and  the  ladies       of
the  Welsh  choir in  the  Young  Men's
elub rooms at the Oentral Methodist
morrow  i Friday i at i2:;io.
a number of the prominent musici-
■ :  tin* city have signified    their
ol   being  present,    and    Mr.
Jones, wh,, is a native of   thc
[inlitj   of Wales,  will preside. In
Hum.bui    and  Regina   the
was  received  with  the  greatest
and   the  Welsh people in
cities have shown their
in  no  uncertain  way.  We
tat Calgary will be no    less
•.    in   ihowing her apprecia
magnifici nt  musical    or-
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a .* ai ' already secured
.■,*•■:,' mn       and
of    being
• iidlv phone to J.      K.
Mi,   K.   W.
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rtunil '      Mu lam
»f the
aud  Government  Rond  aud
It use.
Box  No.  17—Corner Third
■i I   Campbell   avenue,   Uloho
rr company.
Box  No.  18—CP.R.  station
Box    No.  21—Corner    Fifth
nd     McKenzie     avenue,
huroh.
Box No. 25—Corner    Sixth
lid Orton avenue,  W.  A.  Fojt".
Box No. 2G—Corner Fourth stroet
nd Townley street, corner south
rack.
Rox No. 28—Comer Second sti:o:t
ml Robson avenue, Mrs. linker.
Box No. 34-Fire Hall  No. 2.
Uox   No.   35—Hospital.
Box No.  3G—School.
FIRK  URIGADE  NO.  ONE.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box     No.   15—Front street      wcit.
ear C.  P. R.  bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and
louglas streets, 1'alace Meat :d.irket.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales  streets,  buck  of court house.
Box  No.    48—Corner    Third      and
('■has.  streets,  Cowan  block.
blgnal   for  practice—not  le.is   ti.Kti
ix  |li)  slow strokes.
One  (1)  indicates  line  brokm      or
re out.
Signals are given thus: 2 strike-;,
ntcrval  5  seconds—4  strokes,       Do),
4.     No. of box will also be   thown
n indicator at Fire Hall.
ONE   NIGHT   CNLY
1
THEATRE
0. P. WALKER
Piesi'llts
SHAKESPFARES
IliKAl, COMEDY
I
lll"St
PI
capable Ompnn
ivers,  ini liiding
WN, YULE
A8 SIX TOBY BELCH
Violet Eddy
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given thnt 00 days
Iter   tho    dato    hereof, I,     Albert
dames Howe,  of Revelstoke,    U,    C,
iccupatiou,  butcher,  intend  to apply
o  lho Hon.  tho  Chief Commissioner
f Lands and Works,   Victoria, B.C.,
or permission to puivhuso the     fol-
owing described lands.
Commencing at a post planted ten
haias east of the north west corner
of Sec. 30, Tp.  3*2,  R.20, west of thu
Sth Meridian,  Kast Kootenay, B, C,
nil    marked    Alliert   dames Howe's
outh     west    corner    post.     Thence
orth    111    chains,      thence   cast    30
chains, thence south 40 chains, tlicnco
west     30 chains  to  point of      com-
nencement.     Containing In all   1*20
acres more or less.
Albert James Howe.
Hubert ('. Hal,   Agent.
Oct.  17th,   1010.
A M.n
PRICES,
AS  VIOLA
e Scenic anil ('ostium-
Production
(1,75c, 50c.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days
after the date hereof, i, Charles Helen of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation,
rawer, intend to apply to the Hon.
he    Chief      Commissioner  of  Lunds
and Works,  Victoria,  B.  C,  for permission to purchase the following de-
cribed lands.
Commencing nt a post [limited 70
hains cast of the N. W. corner of
Sec. 30, Tp. 32, Range 26, wcBt of
tbc 5th Meridian, Kast Kootenay, B.
0., and marked Charles Holtin's
south east corner post. Thence north
•10 chains, thence west 30 chains
thence south 40 chains, theance east
30 chains to p.i.u. ol commencement
Containing in nil 120 acres more or
less.
Charles Holten.
Hubert C. Hall. Agent
Oct. 18th,  1910.
■:
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Business locals
THE ftfOLSQNS BANK
INOORPOR AltO  1CE5
Capital Paid Up $4,O0O.COO
Reseive Fund $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING I U3INE88 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
M all Branches      Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. K. PRATT Manager.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days
alter dale hereof, 1, Hubert Charles
liall of Uevelstoke, B.C., occupation
transit-man, intend to apply iu thc
Hon. the Unlet Commissioner of
Lands and Works, Victoria, B. C,
for permission to purchuse the following described lands.
Commencing ut u poet plnntcd 70
chains cast ol the north west corner
ol Sec. 30, Tp. 22, Range Iiii, west of
the 5th Meridian, Kast Kootenay,B.
C, and marked Hubert Churles
Hull's south west corner post.
Theuce 40 chains north, thence 20
chains eust, thence 10 chains south,
thence 10 chains east, thence 10
chains south, thence 10 chains cast,
thence '2li- chuius south, thenco 40
ehuins west to point ol commencement. Oontaining in all 130 acres,
more or less.
Hubert Charles Hall.
October lkth,  1910.
Canadian National
Apple Show
AT VANCOUVER
Od 31st to Nov. 5
Spi
nil |
Low  If.iii'-i   lion
iluts inlil* Oi ni
Single Fare For Round Irip
L'll b    lo   Nov.    lllll,
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WILLIAM YULE and VIOLET EDDY
"Twelfth Night," Edison Theatre, Friday, Nov iiii,
8hHob's Cure
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nlili lily  alttn. iimilli*.
llu- ihrnol and lua*|i.
•Tlir...    <<>l>l„.     Innl, _     .,
MQI 'lit  ACT,  I'ln
i Bei t Ion   12 i
[i iTK i ■ i   hereby given that,   on
' ol December next,    ap-
, '.iii 11* made to the Super"
Inti ml, ut "l Provincial  Police fur   a
"I   the   hotel   license   In     Hill
liquoi   by   rctnil   In   tbe   hotel   known
ii :   III '   .'11 .    I.i'.ili   hotel,   Situate | ,it
Bl   I ii, hi tht Province "I Bi Itleh
Columbia.
Hilled tins Mii dny ol m'l..  1910.
M. GRADY,
17 Applicant.
NICOLA
COAL
SPECIAL  REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
S8 50
$7.50
Orders promptly filled
F. McCarty
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thnt CO days
alter the date hereof, I, Keneth G.
McKae, ol Uevelstoke, B. C, oc-
upatlon merchant, Intend to apply
o thc Hon. the Chief Commissioner
ol Lands nnd Works for permission
to purchase the follow ing descrihod
lands.
Commencing nt n post planted at
about the north west coiner ol
Charles R. Macdonald's application
to purchase, Kast Kootenay, B, C,
nnd marked Keneth <!. McRae's
south we-t corner post. Thence 30
chnins north, thence 40 chains cast,
thence 30 chains south, thence 40
hains weBt to point of commencement. Oontaining in nil 12S acres
more or less.
Keneth U. McRae.
Hubert C. Hall, Ag*
October  19th,  1910.
NOTICE.
Notice in hereby given      that   tho
partnership     heretofore existing    bo-
wecn the undersigned and carried on
under thc lirm name and style of the
Vest Kootenay  Hteam Laundry Com
nny, has this day been dissolved hy
mutual consent, Mr. W. B. Hofccrtson
I Withdrawing      from  the  partnership.
The business in future will he carried
on under thc same     lirm name      by
Messrs, Knri Barraclough and W. O.
Hhcarcr,    who    will nssume and pay
all  liabilities of the late partnership
linn nnd uli debts due thu late firm
re payable to tbem
W. B, Hobcrtson.
Karl Barraclough.
Vimf C. Shearer.
Witness, Geo.  S.  McCaitoi. Ur
SATURDAY,  OCT.   29T11,  1910,
MAIL-HERALD  RETO.STOKE ft C.
Page 3
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LOOK!        LOOK        AND        RBi
Actual compnrison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight arliled, with
HOWSON'S     PHICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Cha'rs
5Cc.
10ib.
23c.
73c.
ii
i.
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
it
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
165lb.
3.87
14.42
11
ii
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
12b.
28c.
1.16
a
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
1247
li
ii
13.00
H      ii       ,i
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
ii
ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii
ii
5.20
Bed
5.3b
681b.
1.59
6 94
ii
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
240
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
ii
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6,86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Waitress 15.00
ii
ii
16.50
li
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots, thereby paving freight rate?. Bring
cutnl gue giving deecription of other goods not specified in this list to our store nnd we
will prove our 'tiitcmeiits.    Remember wo deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
CO
KAVSOX
SaME
-    REM5LSTOKK, B. C.
mmmmumt
/
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C. V. O., LL. D.   D. C. L.,  PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAiriD,   GENERAL Manaqer
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,CC0,CC0   RESERVE FUND,$3,000,003
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENC: 2 Lombard Street, EC.        NOT YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Francisco. No. 50
In addition to the effiecs named above the Bank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including ell the most important cilies)
and in the principal Pacific Const seaports of the United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE    B.RANOH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
TH£ REVELSTOKE WINE & SPUUT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
BBVBLSTOKE    3=1.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
-J.   ALBEET     STOHSTE      IPPtOIF.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Impioved.     First-Class in every respect,     All modern conveni-'nci I
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
COAL I
Another car of Wellington Coal due to arrive.
Book your orders now before it is all gone.
Lethbridge Lump Coal always on hand, unsurpassed for domestic purposes. Good Nut Coal
in stock. Orders promptly delivered.
S.   G-.   ROBBinSTS
FIRE, Lll'l') AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.    PHONE   60
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Ba-gage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office—Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
phone 276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       Night can 71
New Line
Stirrup   Attached
$6.50
r.   R.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C.
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Fruit, Oamiiep, C:g ir8,Tobaocr.
Meal* 35 cenu.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
SIGNS
All kinds
; Reasonable Trices
Painting and
Paper Hanging g
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFOKD
Cor. Third St. and Robpon Avenuf
UNION HOTEL
AKKOWHKAD, li. 0.
Special Alt'-nlion given tu coimnereia
men ami toutists. Flrst-clAS* samp'-
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, ovei looking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.    G.    BURfiiDGc
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
OonnaujM  Ave.   -   Revolstoke
CEMENT BlOjCKS
Mitti if irtii-td for Ah cmiiii of   liiiil-JinRi
CEMENT ANO LIME FGR SALE
FI3E CLAY ANO FIRE BRICKS
Fnr fjnlfl ii< Uraft or Bmnll <i>,nntitio*s
at th, lowest prices for cash
All kinds of hu'Miag mid plastering
ui durtdkou
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Tejch   of Voice, Piano iJ Organ
Pupils prep   eil (cr Toronto I 'onservatory
ol .Music.
I,c   j  J-C xam i 11.it ii ins.
Studio:   Second Street
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO.
(Bection 42)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
he first day o( December next, ap-
lication will be maile to the Hupcr-
ntendent ol Provincial Police for a
enewal of tho hotel licnse to sell
iquor by retail in the hotel known
a the Hotel Beaton, situated at
'caton, in the Province of Uritish
.'olumbla.
Dated tbis llth day of Oct, 1910.
JOHN A. THEW,
This  Oven Bakes Perfectly
because it is evenly heated—because it is thoroughly
heated, always. The heat-flues, broad and deep,
encircle the entire oven so that it bakes as well
at thc top as at the bottom, and in the corners
ns well as the centre. Thc bottom is doubly stiffened
so it can't wurp ami tilt pies. The inner body of tbe
Kootenay is thoroughly protected with asbestos—the oven
walls c.-in't burn through. Besides, the Kootenay oven is
thoroughly ventilated, Xo fond can be tainted by fumes or
steam. Ymi gel perfect baking results. Ask the nearest
McClary agent in show you the many other advantages found
exclusively in a
ct. 15 Nov. 17
Applicant.
•
Kootenay
-Steel Ran*,*,'
Write to thc nearest McClary branch for booklet and detailed
information. It will show you why your range money will bo
best invested in a Kootenay.
• M?ClaryS •
London,     Toronto,    Montreal,    Winnipeg,    Vancouver.    St. JoUn, N B.    HimiltOl,    Calgary
FOR SALE BY 30URNEBR0S., REVcLSTGKE
Fiendish Novel
Miss Marie Corclli has just published a remarkable book in which
she denounces motor cars. She describes the adventures of the "Devil"
at the steering wheel in a furious
motor car ride over the world crushing mankind beneath its wheels. The
book shows tbe Devil's intense hatred of this age o( speed, his furious
-corn of motorists, air.men, millionaires, manufacturers, the beautiful
buttertly women of society, and especially of modern newspapers,
which all coincides with her own
ideas of these things. She describes
the fiend thus:
"He who stood within the car,
steering it straight onward, was
clothed in black, and crowned with
tire; large bat-like wings flared out
DD cither side of him in woven webs
of smoke and flame, and bis face was
white ns bleached bone. Like glowing
embers his eyes burned in their enormous sockets, shedding terrific
fiances through the star-strewn'
space—and on his thin lips was a
frozen shadow of n smile more cruel
'ban hate, mote deadly than despair.
"As he drives on fast and furiously, with grinding thunderous wheels,
and with a stench nnd muftlc.i roar,
he sings a song of horrid hate against mankind, of frightful iroay
against Its follies and vices, of terrific dendncintion, and appalling
threats—
"On, on, over all beauty, all tenderness, all truth I ride—I the nvrag-
er, the destroyer, tlm torturer of
souls, the arch-enemy of Cod! The
kingdom of hell grows wide nnd
deep—praise he to man who makes
it! I count up my growing spawn
of human lust nnl avarice—I breath
and live nnd rejoice in the poison vn
pors nl human b Iflshnessl The men
ol these latter day-; are my food an.l
Bitstenanco, the women my choice
morsels, my dainty delicacies.
"To nirmen nnd motorists the
devil utters his warning cry: 'Whosoever would scour the air and
scorch tbe enrib must run     on   the
u|l.a.
n%    t .ili'-.,    h     .Is
■   ■      '45 Cftita,
THE PISH BRAND SLICKER
Is
famous for its sureties*
of doing its days wcrK-
and that days woi his'
to keep you dry and *,
comfortable wlun it
rains.
SOU) EVERYWflF.RE
31 StlDl TH[ GAMINT Wil W
_ BCAgS    -rOVVLfl«
JHliHSN.^.,.    *
OFTHE    f*f-&**l
mr   f'sism&
TOWER CANADIAN CO. irafc
TORONTO. CANADA.
stright road of hie desire with me.'
To men of wealth, greedy for golJ,
the devil yells ia derisive rage:—
'Build with it, buy with it, gamble
for it. . . Feed and fatten yourselves with the lustB of animalism
till the cancer of sin makes of you a
putrefaction and an open Bore in
tho sight of thc sun!'
"Tbe devil like Marie Corclli, has
no mercy for newspapers, the richest language, the very depths of his
hell are reserved for ed.tors and
journalists, and the fourth estate
generally.
"Roll out your columns of vaporous notoriety, ye printing presses of
the world!—spread with the fame of
ihe Anarchist and the Courtesan —
mock and revile tbe spirits of the
wise nnd true, noise abroad the
name of the murderer and treat the
poet with derision—give flattery to
the rich nnd scorn to the humble,
teach nothing but the wit of lying
ndd venom to the tongue of scandal
dig up thc graves of the great, ami
kill thc reputations of the brave and
pure.
"Teaming through space the diabolical motorist who sets a bad ex
ample to average of speed, destroys
everything on h's wild ride. The
innocent, the wise and the brave all
siller destruction with those guilty
of the foul crimes of aviation an.!
motoring.
Not even   thc  churches  nre  spared
mix according    to Miss    Corclli    are
guilty.
They are "pretenders to holiness
and thieves to virtue." All perish.
No little one is saved, and after the
annihilation of mankind, the devil
gives liis c. ngratulattona to God
that the fair world hns been cleans
ed of "a pigmy race."
llradunlly n glimer ol gold divides
Ibe darkness, nnd in the ci-ntrc of
the awful stillness a scarlet sun rose
slowly, fixing Coil's red senl on the
closed  history  of  the  world.
This remarkable novel bus astound
ed the literary world by itfi bold and
vivid picturing.
In London we are told that there
are already 200- cinematograph theatres, making from £5 to £100 pro-
tit a week. Terry's theatre has just
been leased for twenty-one years as
a cinematograph theatre, and a
programme will run every day from
2 p.m. to 11 p.m.
New York has -150 of such theatres with a seating capacity of 150,-
OCfl; Chicago 310, with capacity for
98,000 people; Philadelphia 160, with
seating capacity for 57,000.
There is no reason why so compelling a force cannot be thrown entirely to the aid of education and
inspiration.
The possibilities of constructive
helpfulness in the motion picture
have long been plain to thinkers like
Thomas A. Edison. He said recently;
"It will wipe out narrow minded pre
judices which are founded on ignorance, it will create a feeling of
sympathy and a desire to help the
downtrodden people of the earth,
and it will give new ideals to be
followed."
It is a tremendous vital force of
culture as well as amusement, is the
neat phrase of Professor F.K. fettrr,
o' ino niverslt) cf Chicago. Glancing over the catalogues of manufacturers like Pathe Freres and Geo.
Ivlcinc, of Chicago, one finds films
offered that unfold lessons in agricul
tare, aeronautics, animal life, bacteriology, biography, biology, botany
entomology, ethnology, fisheries, geography, history, industrial, kindergarten studies, mining and metallurgy, microscopy, military, naval,
natural history, ornithology, pathology, pisciculture, railroad, religion,
scenic,  travel and zoology.
The big practical step toward elim
.nating pictures that are dangerous,
and en.-ouraging wholesome ones was
the formation, by the People's Institute of New York, of the national
hoard of censorship. This is composed of public spirited men and
women, persons of high professional
standing, representatives of the
municipal government and of social
organizations, along with those of
thc main combinations of manufacturers.
One of the most important uses to
vhich the cinematograph is put Is
that of instructing schools and it is
claimed that better attention and
results are thus secured.
A Great Power
menso Influence which is being wielded by the cinematograph or moving
pictures, that nmnzing invention ot
Kdlson's by which the very action!
of people in all parts of the world
enn be mecbanllally reproduced to
prder  In any other part of thc world
Everywhere cinematograph theii ires are springing up, and fortunes
are boing made by ihem. llut the
Importance of them is the Influence
they hnve on Ihe spectators. In the
United states it. is "the greatest
single force in shaping the American
character."
In England it Is reported that
more people go week by week to
the i' places than to tbe theatres,
an.l not mily adults, but children,
■warn to them night after night in
large numbers,
Last Buffalo Hunt
Edmonton, Alta., Oct. 28.— To engage in the last buflalo hunt of the
world a party of 15 sportsmen, head
ed by Howard Douglas, dominion
commissioner of parks, will leave Ed
monton on the morning of Thursday
November 3, for the Flathead hills
of Montana. Michael Pablo, the Mel.
ican owner of the big herd of 700
buflalo which has been transferred to
the Dominion governemnt, weary of
efforts to capture alive the 36 tough
old outlaw bulls which have caused
all the trouble and stampede in the
gathering of the herds, has decided
to have them hunted down. He has
agreed to furnish any person wanting
a bulTalo with saddle hurses, guns,
and all necesBary equipment and
charge $250 for the buffalo. As
head alone is worth J50O and
hide $100 more, the ofler of
adventure and profit has made much
appeal  to sportsmen.
the
the
both
The First Canadian Apple Show
will be opened at VaaeouTer on Mon
Jay by Lieut. Governor Paterton.
The Koot.nays will have a good
display and there will be exhibits
(rom almost every fruit growing district in Canada. The result is expected to be something unique in
the history of the fruit industry of
Oanada, Thc CP.R. are issuing
speiial low rates from all points to
Vancouver and return, the fare from
Uevelstoke  lieing    $15.20. Tickets
arc now on sale at the local CP.R.
,'Dili's and can be obtained up till
Nov. 3rd, the final returning Ante
being Nov. 9th.
Alter a trial lasting but a few
hours in the New Bailey Criminal
court, London, Kngland, on Thurs-
lay, the jury (ound Ethel Claire Le
Neve not guilty as an accessory after tbe fact in the murder of Cora
Hclle Cripiien, for whose death the
letter's husband Dr. H. H. Crippen,
will die on the gallows on November
8tb. The jury, in ebe trial of Miss
Le Nove were retired for only nineteen minutes- Lord Alverstone's
summary and charge to the
jury clearly indicated his sympathy
with  Mibs  Le Neve.
At a recent county court session at
Vancouver, sitting as a court of appeal, Judge Grant made the statement that an extra-provincial company doing business here but not
registered In this province may use
the courts ol the province to recover
an existing indebtedness which said
cutnpany has taken over Irom another party.
*B*il Page
TIIE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE, B. C
SS'TURDAY, OCT.  2UTH,   1910*.    '
Two Million Dollar Fire    ! 'fy- ,a «;™ rw% rtr
, tho role of Viola.     Twelfth
Victoria,  Oct.  28.—Fire  broke    out  will  lie staged at tlie Edison
in the  upholstering department      of tre on Friday, November 4th.
David Spencer & Oo., at 10:30 o'clock I
last night,    and,     fanned  by      high j NSW   MaiHITlOtll   LllieP
winds  spread  to the     Times      news
for
Night
Thca-
siliilities in British Columbia, and
development means, of course, bigger and richer cities, more opportuni
ties and more money for all who are
industries, Keep this in mind. Lend
what aid you can to thc progress of
your own community,"
Belfast,
paper     office,     and    gutted a whole    .
block,  bounded by Government    and
liroad street and Trounce alley. |
The approximate loss is placed at
$2,1X10,000.
After four hours' desperate fighting
the outbreak was brought under control about 2::iu a.m.
Thc   premises  occupied      by
Spencer, Limited, wero gutted
Oct.    *25.—A great  levia-
of   the seas, aa much    larger
than tbe     Mauretania and the Lusi-
tania as  those  vessels exceeded       in
size their pygmy   predecesBara,    was
launched    last     week at thc Belfast
shipyards of Harland & ffolfl.
The  new  giant  is  the  White    Star
David  steamship Olympic, which has a ton-
^lje  nagc of  +5,001)  and  a  length  ot    860
loss in stock alone amounting,  it is
reported to day, to ever $250,001).
The Times newspaper building on
tlroad street caught lire shortly before midnight and in an hour lhe
structure was ablaze (rom basement
to roof. The valuable printing plant
of thc paper was absolutely destroyed, the presses and linotype composing machines today lying in a twisted mass of steel and iron in the centre of the consumed pile.
Burning shingles and embers    were
carried out into the harbor    by
high  wind and several  yachts
launches took fire, but were not scri
ously  damaged.
Tho Colonist newspaper has tendered to the Times the use of its
plant and building until such time
as the former can replace its equipment
foot. A sister ship, thc Titanic, is nl
so well under way but is not yet
ready for launching. The vessels
will he placed iu so'vice between
Liverpool and   New   York.
The  Olympic's  45,COO     tons      compare with the     32,0-WI tons    of      tha
Mauretania  nnd  Lusitnnia,  now    the
wonders of the ocean. The length of
the big Cunarders is 762 feet, which
will cause  them  to  look  small      beside the SCO foot Olympic.
It is certain      that the  new White
tnc  Star liners will not long retain their
ftIul supremacy as  the largest vessels    of
the world.  The  C'unard compnny has
planned  a 50,0-00  ton monster  of the
en,  and  tlie   German  companies  are
xpecte.l the enter the race for lead-
rship.
The    great problem in     connection
with the big liners is the securing of
t-u."'      . n    .. n        r i„,t  „i .i.f „„.i  adequate  harbors  and  docks.        The
The conflagration of  last  night an.l ' .
Liverpool  docks  and     Harbor  board
ns outlined an extensive scheme    of
improvement,     whereby    the    harbor
docks
thc early morning is without doubt
the worst that ever visited the capital  in  the  number  ot      firms  whi.se
businesses have been destroyed    and wiU be declined and
the extent  ot  loss,  and   is      besides,   c
one of the worst that ever occurred
in the history of the province.
The Driard hotel, opposite the
Times building on Hroad street, was
badly scorched and for two hours it
was a question whether  it  would  go
built
vessels
1100 feet In length.
Unite fill Dioceses
At the    session    of the      Anglican
Synod   held  last  week  in      Victoria,
or not.
Fifteen  hundred  telephones arc ont  Right  Rev    wiinBm  Perrln,
of Commission; the Western Union
Telegraph company, which had just
moved into their new ollice, is total
loss.
Twelve business houses on Government  street, seventeen  on Fort street
with  the Lord Bishop of      Columbia,
the
and ten  on Hroad street were      deg-  up fm. dl8CUSBion
chair the question of uniting the var
ious dioceses in the province of B.O.
Into one ecclesiastical province, coterminous with thc boundaries of the
civil province, and having a metropolitan aad provincial    synod, came
troyed, including David Spencer,
Royal Bank, Western Onion Telegraph ollice, Times building. The
Driard hotel was damaged to the extent of $10,000.
Five More Members tor B. C.
It   is believed  that the time      lias
come   when   the   (our   dioceses       wvst
of the Rocky mountains were strong
enough to organize provlnclally.  Al
a session of the General Synod     at
Ottawa,   prior   to   this,   the   following
resolution  was  passed.
"That the permission ul the gener
The Dominion census, which will be nl synod at this pres nl   Bession    be
taken next summer,     probably some   equested  for  the  Information    ot a
timo in June, will show  that British   provincial synod  of  the diocesi
Columbia has nt least 300,000 people of the  Rocky     mountains,  if      such
The census of 1901 showed      B.  C.'s organization   be  deemed advisable  by
population to he    190,-000.       British    he     synods of the different d
Columbia     is at  present represented affected."
in the Dominion House of Commons     The memorial was   ■■
hy seven members and the census   of   tance,     Canon     Graham
next year,  will, according to simple son-,*' of tl
arithmetic and  the  less  simple  Brit      ccrue  from  tbis. 1
ish North America Act.  give    B.    C.  church of  the  : bring
twelve members in the Federal bouse Its  power  to  bear  on  the
The B. N.  a. Act made Quebec the government   in  matters pei h.-
pivotal  province  and  says: the the
1. Quebec shall always     have     65 church  In the  province and he
members. er  pointed  out,   that cer.
2. There  shall  be  assigned   to each  tions  could  be manag-
of  the  other provinces such  a num   ed  by  a  pr* vincial
ber of memliers as will bear the sam,
proportion to the number of Its pop   able to take In hand.
illation  (ascertained  hy  census)      a;     The   :i'.r'*
the number of sixty-five  bears to the  were  then
number  of the population  of  Quebec   ter a few slight a',t»
3. The   number   of   members   In   the   Bed
House of Commons may be Increased
by  parliament,   provided   the       pro    (erred  res •
portinnate  representation       of      tie
provinces is not disturbed thereby.
The ' K
was 1,626,000.    Quebec  then has
member     for each  twi
an.l   people.   British  Columbia
il      people      Tl.* r, r :*•    Brll
C lumbta  has twelve men,
It out fl i   y.  .r.-ielf.
'
Hone Investment
The      lol
If   .
are ■
back  to fr
you  Bend  :i  dol .
* ■■
the    three     [days of    Shakespeare     ha b depleted
g"llrn   prime  of  comedy.       As    Vou   community's   »
Like it nnl Much Ado, both have n      \    tream
larger admixture of  the  serions an*',   Irom Brll
sentimental,  but  that  element In  th    Thii    ol ■
feci     upon    local (Inn com
*
Twelfth Night
Twelfth Night is the innMest
Twelfth Night is ol the mo--t dellcal
and ethereal character. The i'lii .
was meant, aa the title Indicates I
the climax •'. the holiday BBS ■ i,
when  the sport   and   revelry  nre.      nt
thei, height, and sober     occupation
and serious Interests are laid     nnid,'
and forgotten, only enongh  of     tbe
shadow of it,** workaday world Is
lelt to form a background    to     the
here ;*
Kuril   ol    'IH   whose :, iien.l
upon those of British i      *
it. to himself     io r ■   ■ ' Nines
toward     keeping more    I *,     n
wheie it. will stimulate out     n   In
dustries.   If  you  nre     mailing a  pur
rhnse and tl ' '•!■ ■ '•■■■■ ce     ire
liv*ly picture, and to remind us thn t t vei-n thfl goods or articles, l't your
life Is not all pleasure and pant derision i.c m favor of tl"' produce
time,      but     that   after  the Twelfth   which  Is adding  to  il.e     homewoalth
Night revels are over,  the     morning
brings  back its duties  and  responal
blllties and "man goeth    unto     Wa
labor until evening."
Mr.   Walker has engaged  Wm.   Yule
rather than to thai of manufnotur
ers nt ii ill tan11 foil mav regard
as unimportant    your own  influence
in this mull" ni buying, feeling Hint
you  are only an  individual      among
qu'c'ily stops t'nirdhai
Ihe thru-at udi] luntjs
( il--,*-;   collls,   1,   -i|f
-    •    "        -n  '.'.I-.
MIRACULOUS RESULTS
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I Anally determined to go to the Victoria
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Two (lavs, however, before lnv intending departure, a neighbor called and
happening to have a GIN TILL iu
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I sent for a box of GIN PILLS with t1
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from Kidney 'i'rou' le."
Lewis MacPherson.
Take GIN PILLS on our positive
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us. National Urug and Chemical Co.,
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NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of  West  Kootenay.
Take notice that H. W. Crawford,
of Gcrrard, B. C, occupation engineer, intends to apply for ucrmiSBiou
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains from the south east corner
of Fullmer's pre-emption, Lot 7-191,
thence west 40 chnins along the
south boundary of Lot 7491, thence
South 20 chains, thence east 40
hains, thence north 20 chains to
otnt of commencement, containing
83 acres, more or less.
Dated August 27th, 1910.
HECTOR W.  CRAWKORD
Located by W. E. Glenn, Agent.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE)  is hueby  given that,    on
the lirst day  ot December next,    application will bo mado to tho Supor-
ntendi,nt ol Provlnolal Police for   a
enowal of the hotel licenso to    sell
iipior hy retail in tho hotel known
b the  Glacier House  hotel, situated
sh Columbia.
Dated tbis lC'th day of Oct.,  1910.
at Glacier, in tbo Province of Brit*
0. P. R.
ct 15 Nov 17, Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICE  is  hereby  given that,    ou
he first day of December n'xl,      ap-
licution will bo made to the Supcr-
iiti'ud, nt. of Provincial Police for   a
renewal ol the hotel license to      soil
i.piur   by   retail  ln   thc  holel known
as  the    Queen's hotel,  situated      ut
oniuplU, in tl,e Province ot British
Columbia.
Dated this llth day of Oct.,  1910.
J. li.  YOUNG,
let.  15  Nov.  17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby  yiven that,    on
he lirst day of December next,      application will be made to tho Superintendent ol Provincial Police for    a
renewal of 'the hotel  license to    Bell
■liiiuor  by  retail  iu  thc  hotel  known
as the City hotel, situated ut Arrow
heud,    in the     Province of      British
Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of Oct., 1910.
JOHN CALEY,
Oct. 16 Nov IG Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT. 1911).
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the first day ol December next,    u,>-
lication will be mude to the Su,*,r-
intcndeiit of Provincial Police for a
renewal of tho hotel license to s-lt
liquor hy retuil iu the holel kno.vu
as the Lakevlew hotel, situated at
Arrowhead, In the Province of B. .t-
ish Columbia.
Dated this 10th day oi Oct.,  191).
CHAPMAN   & 1RV1N,
Oct. 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
Fire Wo
for Sale
To   1.1* I'lll   ,!• ,1   cl.'1'V   nil  lis
■ i* -.' • I"- 11 Ii ler
months, in carload lo'*-., 1 wo
I •-! 1,1   he   mil, Ur 01  iiini-
II r.u*. ki ■ ei   >*'! 78 ; nl,
.. t*   * a'-.
1      ■ :   En-
del I ,*>.     A
Bernard Roxcman
1 ■>■■■ tin   n. 1
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICE  is hereby  given that,    ou
.the lirst day ol December next      application will be made to the Superintendent  of  Provlnolal  Police   for   a
'renewal ol thc hotel license    to    sell
'liipior  by  retail  ill  the  hotel  knuwn
'as  the  Lardeau hotel,  situated      at
Comaplix, in the Province ol British
Columbia.
Dated this llth day af Oct. 1910.
RUSSELL  M.  E\ANS,
Oct.  15 Nov. 17 Applicant.
SummeclatiO, E.C.
courses   FOR   I9IO-II
II
EVERETT    IM    SttHfLU
LIQUUH ACT, 1919.
tS con   42.J
NOTICE  is h.reliy  given  that,    on
tho first day ot December next,     application  will  be maoe to the Sup,;r-
intend nt of Provincial Police for   a
renewal  ol  tho  hotel  liceusc to    soil
liquor  by  retail  in   thc  hotel  known
as the Criterion hotel, situated      at
Camborne, In lhc Province of British
Columbin.
Dated  this  10th dny nf Oct.,  1910.
1''.  T.  A BUY,
Oct 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 42.)
.' 11 |iK  is hereby  given  thnt,    on
I Iny  ,,(  |i,*i ember next,    np-
II will   be  made  to the  Super
1,1   ol   l'i ov,111-1.il   I ol.'■*■    Ior a
ral  "f Hi** hotel   license to    sell
tail   ,n  ibe hotel known
ited nt  Gamin tht ii ■" Ince "I in Itlsh 1 o-
,   day  of Oct.,   l'JIO.
II. li. wah.;.
Applicant.
WASTED
FO.*. SALE— \\ alehouse nn Sim Iui
Tra.il-.. -Ipi'l) KllVKILSTOKB KAWAULL
t)0	
OR SALE—278 acres facing Eaglo
River, BioamoUB, $30 per acre. For
terms upply to E, A. Harris, 1109
Langley,  Victoria, B. C.
'ATURN1TY NURSE-The undersigned is prepared to take Muturn-
ity Cases at her home or at the
homo of the patient.—Mrs. W. U.
Watson, Box 38. Oct 6 1 mf
WANTED — Scotchman, married,
wants position 011 farm or ranch,
nineteen years experience iu Montana and Saskatchewan, Disengaged after October 14th. Address
Box  103,   Oxbow,   Saskatchewan.
FOR SALE—A High Crude Sample
Organ at a bargain price. A beautiful Doherty circasiuu walnut real
piano model, six octave organ,
equipped with tiie latest type of
piano ,'ciuls. lias a rich mellow
tone. Regular price $100.UO Reduced to $110.'2U, easy terms Apply at Bingham's Music Store on
McKenzie Avenue.
'OR SALE—A Cottage Upright Piano at a bargain, mado by Al-
pbonso Gary, possesses a very
pleasing tone aud is in excellent
condition, Iiub been thoroughly ov-
huuled by Mr. Bingham, and bears
our guarantee of satisfaction. A
splendid llttli instrument Ior moderate playing or Ior a beginner.
We will lako it iu exchange on a
now piano at '.Ul« 11 ice nny time
within two years—$105.UU easy
terms, Revelstoke Mi-sic Store,
John  Bingham manager.
FOR SALE—Ebony Square I iano—
Sweet, musical tone, and easy
touch, full full eompast seven and
a half octaves. A suitable instrument for beginners. Wo must
close it out at ouce and to do so
we havo reduced the price to $95.00
easy terms il desired.—Revelstoko
Music Store,  J. Bingham inuug.
K3 iivem ita<M^r-un'ies>r.T-iksia
XAMINATION     FOR   INSPECTOR
OF     STEAM BOILER    AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    for  tho position
of  Inspector  of   Steam   Boilers    and
Machinery,   under  the   "Steam  Boil-
tb Inspection  Act,  1910,"    will    bo
held at tho    Parliament   Buildings,
Victoria,  commencing November 7th,
1910.        Application  and   instruction
forma can be had on application   to
tho undersigned, to whom tbo former
must bo returned correctly fillod in,
not later than October 34th,      1910.
Salary  $130.00 per mouth,  increasing
at tho rato of $5.00 per month    each
year to a maximum of $180.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
New Westminster, B. 0.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given   that   the
reserve existiug upon  tho lands embraced in Special Timber License No.
5848,  situate iu    Kootenay District,
cancelled, aud that tho suid lands
will bo open for location uudcr     tbe
provisions of the  "Land     Act"      at
iiidnight on December 22nd,  1910.
ROBERT A.  RENW1CK,
Deputy  Commissioner  of  Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th September, 1010. td
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that, ou the
first day of December next, application will bc mado to tho Superintendent of Provincial Polico for renewal of thc hotel license to sell
liiiuor by retail in the hotel known
as thc Uniou hotel, situate at Arrowhoad, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this lCth day of Oct.  1910.
W. J. L1U11TBURNE,
Oct 12 Nov 12 Applicant.
Till
OK    lALCARV.
Send Your Orders
'»r
Famous Gait Coal
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE io hereby given thnt,    on
hn first day of December next,    ap-
ilication will bc made to the Superintendent ol Provincial  Polico for a
enowal of thc hotel license to   sell
iqiior  by   retail  in  the  hotel  known
as  thc  Halcyon hotel,  situated      at
inlcyon,   in   thc  Province  ol  British
Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of Oct., 1910.
WM. BOYD,
Oct. 15 Nov 17i Applicant.
NOTICE
IN     THE MATTER OF AN       APPLICATION  for  the  issue  of a duplicate  Certificate of    Title    to    Lot
2, Block C, Town of Reels'oke
(Map C36).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it is my intention to issue rt tho
expiration of one month aft r thc
first publication hereof a duplicate
of tbo Certificate of Title 11 lho
above mentioned lot in  tho name  of
'lioinas    .1.    Graham,  which  Ccrtifi.
ate    is  tinted the 25th  of  January,
398, and numbered B01K.
HAMI1EL    RAE,
District Registrar.
Land   Registry (llhre,  Nelson,     B. f .,
October ir.ib, pjio.
Missis.   Harvey,   McCartor  &  Co.,
Barristers,    Revelstoke.    IJ. C.
NOTICE.
In the matter of an Application
or tho issue of a Duplicate Certificate of Title to Lot 8, Block 4, be-
lig part of Sections 27 and 34,
Township 23, Range 2, West of tho
tli Meridian, Town of Revelstoko,
B. C, Map 636.
Notice is heroby given that it is
my intention to iBaue at the explra-
t ou    of  one month  alter  the     first
uhlication hercol a duplicate of the
Cortificato of Title to tho abovo
mentioned lot ln tho name of Revelstoko Lund Company, Limited, which
certificate is dated tbe 9th day of
April, 1907, and numbered 6774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL R.   ROE.
Land Registry Ollico, Nelson, B.C.,
September  13th,  1910. S17015
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke  I,nnd  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notico that W. B. Robertson,
of  Rovelstoke,  occupation,   Insurance
gent,  intenda to apply  for  permission to purchase the following     described lands.
Commencing at a post planted    at
tbo north  east corner of Lot    2772,
ruining north  40 chains,  thence west
0  chums,      thenco south  40    chains,
hence  cast  40  chains  to  tho    point
oi commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
Dated  Sept.  6, 1910. 8.17-N16.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kepairs of all  kin.I-  ne * 1
Bicycle and (inn work a specialty
Kstimutes gfven on any class
of work.
Front     Street.
HBALED ,1  be ro-
,  thi   Coram       Dors ol I be
1 .gin y, an-' ad iim '-I to !
marked,
. BKH   Full  r-.TRKKT  UAILWAY
POLES,
* 1111,1*1,
fire, Life and Accident insjranc2 ■■•■ »« ■»»
in, I      poll ■*
,ui Bl ii*'
■I 1
11 1  and   «i,i*i ifil iitlotis
;        ,'■ i,„ 1   ,n application   to   1 be
on,ii, ■ .1,-    ,,r    1 algvyi
I *   ng       live I ' I
II iii   of iii" amount ol the bid n
■■ , Mob tender,
lowest   or nny   tender     not
-Miiy accepted,
I   .n.i.v' „t Calgary, Baptember 2-itb,
I'ull ;
1 .11
W. B. Robertson
Orest V
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the  pokulnr   Canadian   rnmediaii,   for   many   thousands,  but  you  can    help,
the part cf Sir Toby Belch, and Miss  Thore   are great manufacturing pos-
KOIt HALR    Water finnlngf, "i.i
lite l'i rl Mann, llie new  ni-tui a  „t
Cumuli in Mnl''"   •! It  il'iiml.     \     I
I'liii.iu" tn In bin 'fey in 11 vi'i v
■di ,11     |.ii"   of    1 inn'.    Kimy lin 111-.
Apply   to   Revi'lstoki'   (n'lieiul Agen
del, Ltd,
1116.
W. D. BPBMOB,
City Clerk.
NOTICK   TO    CltEDITORS.
in   the   Matter ol   the Estate     ol
Thomas iin *,, ■>•, de< m ied
NOT1CH is hereby given   that   all
creditors and others having    claims
against  the Bt taU "i Thomas Har-
uy,  lain nf   Revelstokl ,   B,  0.,       do-
1 who died nt Revelatoke on
01 about  tin* .',-Ht day of December,
me required to send to the
undersigned BoUuttora lor Thomas
Kilpatrick, Bxecutoi ol tbe bast Will
of hiii'I ,1,1,1," 1. within 00 dnyH from
date till particulars of their claims,
duly ..niiiii. and that
11II11   Ilml   dull'   the      1.   I      Km i-iitot*
will proceed to dlsti II ate the Buid
' int.- amongst those entitled thereto regard being had only to thoHe
Halms of which said Executor shall
have rli. 11 received notice.
Dated October llth, 1111.
HAIIVKY.  MrCAHTKR &  1'INKIIAM
Solicitors (or said Executor.
Oct. 15, Dec, 17.
Still Doing Business
Headquarters for Bulbs.
Two Ions just uni veil.
Also a full line of seeds,
ornamental stock, fertilizers, Bee supplies,
spray pumps, implements and all garden
requisites.
M. J. HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A. U. McDougall,  -    Manager
D.
JOBBING CARPENTER
Phono 276
Repairs Promptly
attended to
Work Shop
Jim bach ol
Skating  Rink SATURDAY, OCT.  29TH,  1910.
HE MAIL-HERA LI), REVELSTOKE BC
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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.
Holiday Linens
for Ttianksgiving
The Dainty Housekeeper's
Delight-Fancy Linen, pure
snowy white, direct from the
natural grass bleacheries of
the "Green Isle " to brighten
the Thanksgiving Table.
68-inch full bleached pure
linen, extra table widths,
floral designs and borders at,
85c]
Superior Round Thread Table Damask, 72 inches wide,
floral and   conventional designs and borders,   napkinsj
to match
$1.50
Sets of Cloth and Napkins
boxed in handsome cortons,
Irish subjects, a handsome
gift
$4.50 to $10
300 odd pieces of linen—the
smallest doylies to the full-
sized tea cloth. They are
manufacturer's samples, a
little soiled and rumpled, and
they are going at half-price.
See our Windows
Direct from the mills in the
"Old Country" dependable
qualities and the finest colorings, 30-inch flannelette in a
great range of fancy colored
stripes and checks at
15c.
86-inch Flannelette in a wonderful collection of splendid
colors that will wash. Fine
and warm for Men's Shirts,
Ladies' and Children's Undergarments at per yard
20c.
furs
This year the Furs are better than ever in design for
comfort. Fine wide neck
pieces and full robe muffs
make for comfort as well as
appearance.
NctK frillies
with a touch of Paisley. Real
chic and dressy. The neck
fixings are the finishing
touch to any gown or dress.
See the Paisley Frillings at
I5c. and 20c.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. Z- /*ume & Co- Aimited
Mining, Contractors, Campers and Tourist Supplies.
All orders put up and parcelled by experts to insure
safe carrying and packing.
Dinner Sets
Twenty new dinner sets in
the latest designs and patterns, on sale ali next week.
Come and look them over.
$10 to $15
J
At a bargain. Get it while
we have it. Large size bottles, regular price 25 cents.
Selling to-night at
15  cents
fiinty Hi Pins
The new Shell Braid Hair
Pins, fine large pins, smooth
finish, round or square ends
at 3 for 25c. or
10c. each
New Ribbons
A dream of beauty are the
New Fall Ribbons, in the
wide fancies for Children's
Hair Bows. etc. The shot
effects, Roman stripes, the
watered and moire effects
are particularly attractiue at
25c. to 50c.
Patent Leather
s
Patent Leather Belts are the
most notable addition to the
little accessories that go to
make up a completely dressy
woman. The new Red Patent Leather Belt. The new
Black Patent Leather Belt.
The new Paisley insertion
with Patent edges to the belt*_
All new.   Prices
25c. to 75c.
SEE OUR
CORNER
WINDOW
Joins nnd Jellies
Strawberry Jam 51b. pails G5c
Raspberry Jam " " 65c
Plum Jam "     "65c
Peach Jam '   65c
Assorted Jellies " " 65c
21b cans best Scotch Marmalade—30 cents.
Pork and Beans
On Monday and Tuesday we
will give you a bargain in
this line:
For No. 1
" " 2
"   "   3
Cans,
3 for 25c.
2 " 25c.
2   "  35c.
This is a real bargain,
sure you get in early.
Be
Canned Meals
Leard's Chicken packed on
the bone. Aylmer Turkey
and Duck with bone. Crab
meat, excellent for sandwiches. Lamb's Tongue in
glass jars—a good cold lujSch
Chicken and Tongue, in 21b.
glass jars - a dinner for four.
Chicken Breasts in glass-
nice for salaJs or lunch.
Libby's Chipped Dried Beef
in glass, Roast Beef, Corned
Beef, Roast Mutton, Boiled
Mutton, Ox Tongue and Jellied Tenderloin.
Table Delicacies
Tobasco Sauce,. Holbrook's
Sauce, Lea ct Perrin's Sauce
Punch Sauce, Chili Sauce,
Hicnt/. India Relish, Hientz
Tomato Ketchup, Sweet Pickles. Mandalay Sauce. Everything to make your meal
tasty.
Felt Slippers
and Children
We have just received our
season's stock of felt slippSrs
and are in a better position
than ever to give you exactly
what you want in this line.
Women's Black Felt Low
Slippers with leather sole
lock stitched. It is our leader and the best thing we
have ever shown at the
money.
90c. per pair
Women's Low Slippers,
plaid, turn over top, leather
sole. An ideal slipper for
cold mornings.
$1 per pair
Women's Juliettes, plaid,
fur trimmed, a neat dressy
slipper in dark colors only at
$1.35 per pair
Women's Turn Sole Juliettes
the most comfortable slipper
made, fur trimmed, leather
Sole, low heels, made in gray
red. or birch bark velvets,
brown, black, gray and red
felt. Neat and attractive.
All sizes 24 to 7.   Price
$1.75 per pair
Children's Felt Strap Slippers, lock stiched leather
sole, plaid only, sizes 4 to 7
35c. per pair
Same as above, sizes 8 to 18
40c. per pair
Misses Slipin, same, sizes 11
to 2 at
50c. per pair
Misses and Children's Low
Slippers, sizes 7 to 2, plaid
turn over top, leather sole,
comfortable and attractive
50c. per pair
Children's Kelt Juliettes, in
brown and red, fur trimmed,
felt sole, at
85c. per pair
Men's Felt Romeos. leather
sole, lock stitched, dark and
light plaids, extra value at
$1.35 per pair
Real bargain in up-to-date
dressy garments for men.
We are showing a full line of
20th Century brand suits
that we must clear out. They
are all regular $20 to $25
suits: tweeds and worsteds.
It will pay you to investigate,
the price is
$13.00
Ladies' Slippers
The most dressy line we
have ever shown. All the
new lasts for evening wear
in both patent leather and
kid. The new pumps are
beauties; fit the foot and give
genuine comfort.
BLACK SUEDE PUMP-
turn. with beaded toes, the
newest on the market, price
$5.00
WHITE KID PUMP-turn
sole, ankle strap, with beaded toe.   Price
$4.50
COLONIAL PUMP-Patent
leather, French heel, steel
bead toes.   Price
$4.00
GIBSON PUMP - Patent
leather, ankle strap, French
heel, small leather bows. A
very new last.   Price
$4.00
For the convenience of shoppers in the Dry Goods, Millinery
and House Furnishing Departments, Second Floor, we have
the best and safest passenger
elevator that money could buy,
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ^ Arrowhead
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Department- 2nd Floor.
This season we have a magnificent line of Ladies' Long Coats,
the new "Princess" coats with
long roll shawl collars. Prices
are around f 15 and $20. SATURDAY, OCT. 29TH, 1910.
THE MAILIIEIULDREVELSTOKE, B 0
SATURDAY, OCT. 2'.lTII, 1910,
NEW FALL STOCK
Dress Goods
Tweed effect, heavy weight, just what
vou require for winter.  Selling Price -10c.
Plain Cloths, 40 inches wide, selling at
35c.
Sweater Coats
Women's Sweater Coats, length 30
inches, in brown, grey, navy, cardinal
and white.   Price   $3.00.
Children's Sweater Coats, ages 2 to 16
years.   Price $1.00 up.
Mens Shoes
We carry a large stock of Shoes, heavy,
suitable for Fall wear,  a large range of
sizes.
Underwear
For women at popular prices, close fitting, elastic ribbed, vest and  drawers
75c, per suit.
Women's natural wool, $2.00 per suit.
Women's Hosiery
Wool Cashmere, in black. Sale Price
25c. per pair.
Fall Millinery
New models arriving by express. Come
in and inspect our display, and if you
purchase a hat here you can depend up n
it being the latest.
REID <& YOUNG
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mt'B.  W.  M.  I.iiivrenco  will not re-
eeivc Wcilncsiliiy,  Nov.  2nd.
Mr.  and   Mis*   •'•   Mntz  have    bona
mi an extended visit, to Colorado,
W.   U.   Hull,  nl Oalgary,    was    in
the city yesterday on biiBlnoBB,
Mr. 11. McLean, ul    Toronto, in
Visiting  liis  son   Ur.   I'l.   11.   H. Mi'
1.I'llll.
,1 Mouse Jaw, is tin1
Mis
Kiiest
milli.
Black,
ol  Mr,
nml   Mrs.   ,1.   B.    Cress*
nlnr mention must he mndo of little
Minn IJet'i Orall, wlio greatly pleased
tlie audience with h.r dainty Bin^inE
A great ,'enliire i>r tho company is
Pro!. Orall'B orchestra, their music
lieing exoollenl nnd seldom hns Revelatoke been treated to such vivacious and enjoyable specialties in this
direction,
I To nisht the popular engagement
will terminate with a stirring western drama "The Heart of Kentucky"
one of the hest pieces over written.
While here the Jeanne Russoll company have made a large number of
friends and  theii- performances   hnve
| been greatly enjoyed hy  the     large
audiences  lhat   havo  nightly       Idled
] Hie  I'ldison.     Every member of    the
company  is  highly  talented  and  the
I whole aro nu exceptionally gifted au
grogatlnn, A return engagement will
** wai inly welcomed,
This afternoon "Mrs. Temple's Tel
cgram" was played as a matinee to
a large house. Tonight thc tickets
Will contain coupons the holder ot
Uie lucky number receiving a tine
turkey as a Thanksgiving gift from
the company.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
'.. Knap;* baa sold tils bouse to
W.  R. Gnttith of  I'.  Hums & Co.
l':. Jeanni Russell Co. tuiiiglu in
Heart ol Kentucky" at the
b theatre,
Arrangements  an-   being  made    tor
inizat ion "f an Interior H.C.
-,* leag .i* next year,
J.   \.  Drexcel  lias broken the Amor
ican  altitiKli   recoi .1  at  New       York,
•nt- in an aeroplane   to   a
:,: ;. leet.
D. McCarthy has     purchased      the
three i"ts in block seven, Second St.
at  tl •      rnei   near  the ope(a house,
from I'.  ft.  McKenzie,
t -. ighl.   the   Ji anne   Russoll    Co.,
, . .....   .. ■';:,  week's engagement
at  thi   EMU   ..  theatre.     "The 11.'art
■'. Kentucky" is the bill tonight.
The usual Thanksgiving Hay holiday will be observed throughout the
, .ty ,*!; Monday, tb,* festival of Hal-
; ween also taking place the same
day.
The city •   report a large num
ber of hoboes a:.*l tramps passing
through the city all of whom get
summary orders t" leave the town
Kt once.
On Tuesday nest there will be a
partial eclipse of the sun. which will
sib] ■ • : * ; ovided that it is a
clear day. The moon will be totally ec'.:;-'-:   ■:.  Wednesday,    November
•:
McSorley Hr..s.  are completing the
terior fitting : the King Edward hotel. The new liar room is
.ne ■ •'. the finest in the province
while the new building is up to date
:n every respect.
The  plasterers  are  at  work  on  the
new    Bank     of    Commerce and  very
rtly the interior "f the     building
---,*:'.! be ready t.   receive tbe finishing
•  «s an.l  fittings,    the latter
.-any.
'I':. -. I*:-.-.*. .:.-•      Day,    October 31,
.-.'.:  ■■•   celebrated  in the usual  way.
ij   :.  it   St,   Peter's    church
.     its  am.ua:  harvest   festival
and on M     lay t    *e will t-e special
Tba:.... ig •      ces   In   the  church
r.  tbe mon ing
\v.   regret  that an errur     occurred
*..   report at the
powei   '    -■    li      ;I   last Iss ie.    The
total   -.-. the < nglm -in     es-
timav ate I 17 75
,-•:.-."   which      is
greatiy   liflerent.
One    'ft        principal Iut    *
,,-,---1 at thi nt    onvention    of
tbe All ■ • ■ Easti rn B. C. I res
tat       ' *"    the
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.    and requiring
.
T:.,*  advert    ng  *   mn  ttei I  •
■   •
■        '   -' '     ' '
in  the a Ivertieing
..    •- ■    •-.::. in  Heaton'     ' !
-.    ■   thing to loan
•   * ; urpOgeB        are
I to   eavi   them ■ ' ■
• -    .    - *       with  J.  1'. Mc-
•;     chairman.
PRESCRIPTION
SUGGESTION
1-.VC- ,• | ii has his pi cial
pre]   *      -     md   formula  for
thai  he  uses
i lur    Store   Is
ii] *. ■ •    ■ *.;.* i-in* ol any
•••■•■      that maj    >me in.
We :-. ilo .-.   ■ pe laltj   of this,
Bews Drug Store
N(j»t Humo Block
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Hour a trial we
would suggest you doing so ii' you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every s;;ck. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AM)   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from.ifl per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Insurance
Is one of the most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look  after  this  branch   of
the business for you.
Kjootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Successors lo Kincaid & Anderson
Alex. Stewart, ol Vancouver, han
been appointed provincial    constalblo
nt  Nakusp.
Miss McParlane, matron of the
Chase hospital, was a visitor in the
city  this  week.
II. Stevens, of SlcamoitB, anil Fred
Porost, of Albert Canyon, were visi
tors in the eity on Thursday.
A. ,1. Howe left on Thursday for
L/etbbrldge, where he will take charge
ol thc branoh of P. Burns & Oo., for
a few months.
Miss  Elsie  Hooley and    Miss  Kilnn
Bruce, who arc attending the Normal
school nt  Vancouver,    arrived home |
yesterday    to  spend    Thanksgiving
with their parents,
li. Howson has returned     from   a I
visit  to  Rochester, N.   Y., and states j
that Mrs.  llowson is     making rapid'
progress  towards convalescence,    after her rerenl  operation.
Mrs. !•:. m. Allum entertained the
young people on Thursday night in
honor of Miss Beryl  Briggs. The
new game ol ".'ml" was essayed and
proved mosl fascinating, the prize
winner- being Miss Briggs and Mr.
,l. It. Dunham, A most recherche
supper  concluded  a   pleasant  evening   man   pastor,  services  Sunday  al     11
i a.m.,  7:M  p.m.,  Sunday  school  nnd
| Men's Bible e.-ilss at 2:30p.m. Prayer
meel ing Wednesday nt S p.m. Thanks
giving will he conserved.    There will
!,.'  special  music hy the choir  in the
evening.      The  pastor in  severing his
h here will
All nre
Methodist  church  Thanksgiving  ser
vices on    Sunday:—11 a.m.,      " The
Barren  Pig Tree."    &80  p.m.,    Sunday  school  nnd  Bible class.    7:30 p.
ni.,  "Ingratitude."     The  pastor, R.
I J,  Mclntyre, will preach at both Ber
] vices.      The  choir  will   render  appropriate  music  for  the  day.   Thc  pub-
llic is cordially invited to these   scr-
i vices.     Meetings during the    week:—
' Bpworth  League Monday evening    nt
■x o'clock,  Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening  at  S  o'clock,   Hoys'   Brigade,
Thursday at 7 o'eloek.
Baptiah services,  Uev.  W,  P. Free-
FIRST CLASS COMPANY
I   11   11111*^, llll        |>41.-tl I ■!        III      CTi
Jeanne Russel Draws Laroecottne,ct,on wlth tho churcl
■>      preach  his fnrcwell   sermon
Houses
Stewart   McDonald  will  take    over
the  Windsor  restaurant   from   Novem
her   1st.
The report of the high school »• |»-
eni-ug exercises will appeal- in our
next  issue.
Ii.  Brusco    was    charged    at    the
'police   court   yesterday   with   assa    I
ing T. Brcgolissi with intent    to   do
grievous bodily  harm,  and  iin,'!    (25
and costs or  three months    m
men*.     The rep  rt
be published next lss ie
F.  company,   li 2nd  Regiment    .
It.,   has   secured   sixth   plac
lists  of merit   m  tie*    Cana
-. 1310, gaii
class cert Ideal        w n 3erg
Donald,     Serg.    Garner,  Serg.    Dan
McD • al I and  Pte,  •  ■•
Vi   ■.     special  mi * l    i
lasl   Fr    ty i
solvi I to proceed
town     r   *
cordm
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Fi   nl   itreet   be  takei
       properl
that localit
Tip* ting of the La
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the  ss
Hon   Pre      VI ll
Pre       Mi      A.    B     Mc
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Porter; Tree       Ml      If,
M. .ri Vtl      fl M
Thc  ri     rl I  ■
it t deal    I   ■        bad  been
thi      ear     while
the fins *■  In  excellent  condi
tion
The Ind,'** of Naomi  Rebekah I
\ *   21,  intend holding a    tea      and
i  ■  of  work  on  Thursday,  Nov,   17.
irnoon and evening, at  tbe    home
Mrs.   Roy   Macdonald, Third  Btreet
Admission  25 cents,  everybody  come
ng with
We     bave bi en  req an-
i tonighl
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A large and interested audience
witnessed the production of " Tbo
Thief" nt the I'ldison theatre last.
night by the Jeanne Hussell company, one of the most powerfully ah]
si'linn j  plays ever seen  here.
Miss Hussell In the title role demonstrated her exceptional talent and
carried through her emotional scenes
with  striking  intensity. The piece
contains a deep lesson showing what
a woman will do to retain the love
ol her husband, even descending to
thieving. The dramatic incidents of
the play were superbly sustained and
every   character  carefully   caste,    the
cordially  invited  to  all   the services.
St. Peter's Anglican, Kev. ('. A.
Procunier, M, A., rector. 23rd Sunday  after Trinity,      Harvest Thanks
giving,    8 a.m.. Holy    Communion*;
il a.m., Matins; 7:;',tl p.ni.. Evensong
2:20 p.ni., Sunday school. iln Monday, Thanksgiving Day, Matins will
I.,'  held at   11 o'clock.
ShHob's Gure
Qtiickty stops cmiRhw, cures colds,  hcnl*
the   throat und   lungs. -   •    -   '25 cents.
NOTICK TO eUKDITOUS.
America II. Safe
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ln  the Matter of the  Kstnte of
John    McLennan,  deeensed.
Nolice is here y given thnt all
creditor* and others having claims
against the Estate of John McLennan, late i.f Revelstoke, II. 0., deceased, who died atlloger.s Pass on
or about the ith day of March, 1910.
are required to send to the undersigned Solicitors for John B. McKenzie, Administrator of the Estate
of the Bald deceasen, within CO days
from date full particulars of their
claims, duly verified, ami that after
that date the said Administrator
will proceed to distribute the said
estate amongst those entitled thereto regard being had only to those
claims of which said Administrator
shall  have then  received notice.
Dated October 27th,  1910.
Harvey, MeCarter -A Pinkham,
Solicitors for suid Administrator.
MORTOAQB    SALE.
Notice is hereby  given that    under
ihe power of sale contained      in      a
certain    Mortgage    made   Iiy Thomas
i    Lawrence     to    Elizabeth Powell,
there   is  offered  lor  sale   ny      public
ill   the   interest  of  the    Mort-
Thomas J.  Lawrence in  Lots
n  an I   li,,  Hlock  :ih,  according    to a
plan  of   pari   "f    the    City of  Itevcl-
loke,   It.   ('.,   deposited   in   the    Land
.Pin*  at   Nelson,   11.  C, and
n   in iei   I   B3SH.      The   property       is
to  a   prior   Mortgage,   pnrtic-
hii h  may  be obtained    on
* un the undei signed and
H   p.*  I.* ■ lived   Iiy   tbe  under
pp' i   ip to .in i  Including the 21st
laj  "f Novombei,   l!H0,  for the pur
i *.   ,,f   r,,|,*ni|,l ion  of
,    *      i       Lawrence     in
.,i.i   i..  the  ian.l*i     above described,
pertj ici' i a two-
frame    dwelling    witli  stone
Foi   trims anl  further
[ppllralion   may  In*  made
.iii'd
la)  **! Oct,  1910,
ll,ii  •      rfci  irtei  fi  Pinkham,
**,i     Elizabeth   Powell,
Thanksgiving Attraction, Opera House, today, Octnber 31
tt
OILSON AND BRADFIKLD PKB8ENT THE GREAT HOY! THEATRE COMEDY 8UOCES8
A Bachelor's  Honeymoon"
WITH A METROPOLITAN OA8TB AND OOROEOUH SCENERY
PEIOES,
SKATS (IN HALK AT
MACDONALD'S Mtl'O HTORE
750. Sl OO $1.50
After Supper Sale
No. 44
To-night we are ftolng to he ready with some extra
good bargains, Some of Ihem have been offered before
and many of oui' frienilH have asked for them again.
This will be tho last of theso, as to-night will certainly
clear mil the balance. Everything we advertise in away
below value, but we always make these sales wol'lll
attending. Lois of other lines nt wonderfully low
priii's.    From 7 p.m. till closing.
Underskirts
Three good lines, Black, Moire, with embroidered fiill,
black moire frill, with jersey top and good black sateen,
Regular values from $1.75.       To-Night Only S1.20,
Sweater Coats
A beautifu'line in white, grey, black, navy and cardinal, all sizes. Knit in one piece—no seams. Regular
$1.   To-night- $2.76.   O.her lines at 75c. and $1,00.
Japan Taffeta Silk
Twan'y-seven Inches wide, black, white aud colors',   A
bargain lo-ni^lii at HI cenls.
Towels
A splendid chnnce for hotels ami loomii g In uws. They
me Ihe best English make, both unblendieil and while.
(toiiil si/.i- while nr iiiilileaclieil Turkish Towels at 25o.
Per pair. Large size Turkish Towels, white only, 10c.
a pail*.
Lingerie Dresses
.lusl whal you will niMil this winter for the little dances.
We have llieni in white, pink anil blue. Kegular $10 to
$20,   To-iiiglil    ONE-THIRD OKF.
mzs
eanan.
F'O R        C   O   O   O        CO  O
WHEN YOU WANT
Good Bread
— and you Bhould insist upon getting tlio best nt nil
times—get our^. Our reputation for good bread i« not
t In- result <>f rlia,ppe. Our customers are patUfled that
ours in tlu* most satisfactory trend they can huy.
Try it and you will become a regular customer* Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread.
G. \V. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
In the "NEW BOY" last Week
The Amateur Dramatic Club demonstrated to ycu the
excellence of home talent. In Lbe Grocery Hue bt us
dem ms rale lo you the ml vantage of home buying.
I'ret Ious to bending out, let us give you pi ices.
John Mclntyre & Son - pSe
Men's Fall Hals
Wc have just put in stock a large assortment
of Stetson, Carter, Redmond, I'itt and
Headform Hats in stiffs and softs. To see
them is to buy one, that is why we want
you to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
cuffs and separate i'eter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
McKinnon&SutWland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING,

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