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Vol  16   No. 84
REVELSTOKE, B. C. OClOHEK 20, l!)10
$2.50 Per Year
MR. CARVER :
YOU   WONT MIND  CARVING   THAT   BIRD   IF   YOU
HAVE A CARVING KNIFE  THAT WILL  "CARVE."
MRS. CARVER t
YOU'LL BE GLAD TO HAVE YOUR FRIENDS DINE
WITH YOU IF YOU HAVE NEW KNlVDS. FORKS AND
SPOONS FOR THE  TABLE.
COME AND SEE OURS.
CARVERS   IN PAIRS   AND   IN   CASES.    THE    BEST
THAT MONEY CAN BUY.   FULLY GUARANTEED.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
FALL ISSiZES
Small Docket—-Grand Jury Make
Important Pressntment
The Pall Ass'zes opened hnru yesterday with Judge Gregory <>ti tbt
Bench, The following Grand Jury
iv.is enpitnelled:
Ki i d. I'Y.i-ri. i foreman),
s Ciowe,
II. I!. Stouex.
H. A. Upper.
s. Macdonald,
.1. I-:. Taylor.
W, Hamilton.
n. .Mil-:.i.ii'in.
(iui. Lunil.
A  Kitson.
Vv, 13, Mi K.i /■.'.
I). McB.iin.
There was only one a inin il c ise on
tlie docket, thnt of Ki x v. Goodwin,
-h luting wil li inti*ui,     Tlii*. occurred
'Inns nf ih,* n. c ;
ivii expi essed ;i it
» hii-li .l.i'!'*'* ffi'i.p
II   -*   1-IlinOI    COIlgl
Jury in the |U im ent'
lli.il nil mntti rs i
iii'i il  ili'p.u I
I     IllC    III IMI' r    in
. i, d upheld llieni
■ ii1 "  'I I lie  (ii nnl
icitl nml p  i   ■ I
i ni   i "   would he
IFW POWER PLANT
Rn Additional Sum Required to
Complete tlie
taken up bv him « i li I heir i* 'spei
depart iiii'i.i ■-.
Sentence wit   I" •■''  "! ' !" ''""'«I    The nP'.v brick power hottpn  con
mi ('. Godwin Iii -i'. ■" lhl' "   vent     in   , .        ,
., i *   I
ili,' pttne mi i 'i-i wl li it I'ecoinini n i i
tion for meroy. '       ' '     '   '      "
The it ictut tl  state!   lhal   Sii itdlovi   Dot a ml rt   en iuu
vv is i In* inu*.!' id' iill the  Li'iitible,   nnil   will be (inu of    lhe    itin-l
ilril lie mill li id H elnir :'■ of -ill in
the /un. II.' hit I lii'iu listed in*
-li ii'illnw's nrresl foi breaking into his
-hi ik.
The Judge pointed oul it in in tnitsl
nol take i hu law Inlo hi i own  b mils,
A.Kobler iv.n.si-ii'.i tired iu2ii imiiii lis
wi li hard I ihor al Kaniloops, Tlie
light nrss of il.r Bimtt ice was m easiiin
i-d by tbe f H"    lll'l     the   III ril-i'l     wa-
drunk and nol cap h'.u at knowing
whal be did'
In n  vei y  I rilliani   mid
Briggs lm   lhu  defence,   i
nnl    low
tin- t'l'ii iir '
ile- new  ai i
y V,
fu
le
\V.  I.
iln-
li
hi-t Bummer wheu Bert  II ill received ■ proved this
a charge of shut from a gun which I lie
accused had  evidently  meant   for  II.
Shardlow   against    whom    Goodwin
seems to have had a grudge.   The case
was tried by  the local  poti<
I rate and t he licensed  wis e
I'or uiul.     In   presenting tl
TtflOT LAKE NtWS
rrmil Lake Oity Is rapidly acquir-
ni'-iui*-- ing fame as a rest cure resort. Tumi i,.,| nlids are iin,lin*.- Its bracing nil*
case to very  beneficial   to  tii ir  wounds.  Dr.
i ' |'l'.id f *:  V   i ' Itlplell il
i 11>■ i■;      line   now   re u i.eu   i ne
i '       ' el       enl ol
li;     rn   electric    plnnl    n, •
I 11H    < • f
IV I I'l   it   t'ii.i * ' .     i lie    i i :'* I ' i*l -    ill
tne in        i r    I  least
iu ni   ivi     Ii   n   *    id v. lien lhe en
1111* wnrlt i   '   iti I > ■ • ti (1     Thi ■ no !
,* |H   I ' ' *
U'i-   l.ii-l   \ '■ i •*,    Wll -     III     llll ',!'    co.-l
•r 17,1   0,      Hie   'i ntiey     WHS     Illi   i
for Ibis   Im-iiiin 'i '- fnr 11
.■  i tl    ■ ,|l le  In    'is i'liu    Ihis   lm
nnil    i
Y.n   Ol i      11        «
iiui
i\ -iin*
Heaters
We arc slum ing a large stock
of Heating Stoves at prices
that cannot he beaten. Hase
iurncrs, combination wood
and coal stoves. Blazers, Box
Sioves, Air Tight Heaters,
Oil Heaters, etc. Sask-Alta
Kootenay and Hotel Ranges
alw.u s on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
ourne Dros.
Bi
i
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
5 ^30,000.00
5.50^,^00.00 3
the Grand Jury the judge snid ti true Read, ol Ferguson, putting in a
bill would be found if there was e, as- large part ol his working time on
unable presumption of guilt. Seven the trail to this city. Tho logging
peisoui must agrie before a tine bill camps belonging to the W. 0. T, Co.
can be found. Tbe jury retired and of Gerrard, seem to be singularly un
lii-ought in a true bill. U.K. Gillniu lucky In regard to ll
acted for the Oi own, the accused being Threo already this week bave made
undefended by Counsel. The chaige severe gashes Into their feet, and
was of doing grievous bodily harm, or there are several sojourning at the
siii'h nn iijury   »bi li   \\i,l   seriously hospital too.
harm a pei sou either permanently or | The city cemetery Is to be beauti-
teinpoi.-ii iiy. The case occupied ptac lied this fall, a lone felt want, ns
tically the win I.' day, the jury re up to now it wns almost Impossible
turning a verdict of gui'ty, Ilis honor to find the Inst resting placo of
the judge reserved sentence lill to-day  your friends.
when ibe Court reassembled. The1 Government work Is still going on
only other case wns the election of in the vicinity, an,! last week Mr, A.
Andrew Keblercharged with offence Abraha son nnd cre« lini lied a
ngainst morality. This case was ad- splendid bridge at Bight
j nn noil till today in order for the No little excitement has been i
accused to secure counsel, the judge ed by the report of the 0. P. H.
appointing \V. I. Ihiggs to act. In starting operations on the road
this  case when coming   up  recently  through   hero  to   Arrowl We
hefore   tlie   local   inngistiate,   VV.  I.  hope tho report  will  prove true,    as
Briggs appeared  fnrt.be prosecution,  the rond  will  open  up this      vi
lint, as no other lawyer wns avai ahli   to  better  advantages  than   it       has
tn defend the prisoner, Mr. Briggs was  enjoyed in the past,
appointed.
I 111 AM 1.11'IIY I'UI-lsKNTMIN I'
One of the most embracivo and sig
niflcant presentmenlsever brought up |    Pernio,    Oct. 23.—Complete n
before a judge in ihi* city  was made from Saturday's election     show      a
yesterday.    Acting nn the dhcrtion of majority for  Hon. W.  R.  Ross, nuns
I he Bench the Or nd Jury visited   Ihe ur of lands, over Mr. d.W.  Bennett,
local public institutions Including Hip-socialist,  of 343  votes In a  total  oi
 t'tire, th   jury expressing string  n,i. This  Is a falling ofl  in thi   I
opinion that tlie piesenl buil ling whi  tal as compared  to lasl   .,*
totally   ii aihi|'i,*,te  and  thai  a   pm.t| otes;   Ross  received  Blxtj five  votes
mor
Ross iie-tiecieii
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in Han cl l.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Rank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Fran-
Cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada Natioual Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 91 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B, McCleneghan, Mgr.
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I office in  keeping with   the  city   wi- -*„,„,.   than     at the general election,
absolutely necessary  Tii   judgeagteed Bmj Bennett   lei I  Harrington's
; "ii ihi-and  promised  i" t'orwaul the Vi.te hy thirtj eight,
| Jury's   i', i.*i'ii'a i ■!,   i"   the    p.ist-     n,,,,. .\h. !; .     ...,.; remove to  *
master geiieinl. toria ns soon as he nn- arrati
hospital t.N noon silAl'K private  affairs,     He  and  Ins   *
The hospital was  uexl    ii ited   and   K'M l-dn' with ihun  tlio  waru     I   i
everything was  found  tn  lii list     ■■"     ' ■   the .   Fern     ci n titu in.- re
class condili n und up-to-date, gardlcss     of     political    alliliations.
This,  bis fourth campaign      in    the
riding, has resulted  in a clean      cul
all In en *-| enl uiul 11 c t\ '*i *■' is mn
yel     n        cl !•('• n .in
lioipn in   *i ■ ' ■■' nu'iii fn'tn i In-1 it;
Wllioll V I'll ".-I     ol
lhe win k, i oh lie nn m*., I is i pi n
Bspende I umi why tl I ; eo| i" » il
be i .iii. il ii| "ii ii vote it a ii lilitinn-
al -i in i 11 in '■ tm- v n k, S
far we liu ve In i u una liie tn g'-l i
Btab make it 11 iin
to Hi'* i ublic anil unlil   we   tin  wi
ilo ii"l pr* pose 111    p i--    IIIM*    I on:
menl on tlu    w \    i n    >\ hicli   tli
woik hus b ii tie n*l i -'i'l.
Ti.is,  i I"'* *        uetloea   , llmt i
the *   '    I "ililo    :i  k    ' li"
<•..*..*■■■    i    *  III     ley (W
elievi    li ii    : ma!   ifoi) UUD
i- r quired lo i ntupli \n   Hi"   win k )
it will bi ■* of   the   mum ii
t ' -li iw il 'in bo v   tbe   ilil
monej li - t and why tbt
wot ii wus n   "-'"I'  ei  mn   t! i
. Btimater ol the engi net r- lo melt i
1 uy ■ mount,   Tl .-Mi' ■
should -iio.v il iir Fide of l! ■
\   regards lhe < iij '.-■   Man un nt,
we regret lhal «e   lm\ n   nol    In ei
yel i" | ttblteh i',  n- promised iu   mt r   l.i.-i   issue,   Iut    il,,
00 UtU ,   : fHin •  11    lid  llii.- uili lii
il '11" ,1-  Ml.Ill  II ■  II  i     II   il     j'.l-| ,:ll-'l.
1
WINTER   UNDERWEAR
We hnve stoeled a I irge a---m Intent of Underwear in
nnl ii'ipa1 ion of the colli wesl her that invariably follows a
sii'imi.-r -in ii a- we have iln- season enjoyed. Due
nn li*iiii*,i* i- lh" best made, warm, comfortable anil
■able,   Oui pi-ices are so low that  buying hers li
i Ci in 111-v .
1
.Men'- sanitary u - < '  Him nn-
ili't 'i - .ii . 'in-l.i inkii I*!" nnd
com!"! table  	
Price per Garment 75c.
Men's I ''id, i u * a*.   Pi nman's
li ii.ii'.n! in er, iii li|*.'ht.
medium nud hem y \\ eight,
all wool li i In d and tin-
hbiiiiknl'le   	
rarment, ''Oc, to Sl.oO
Men's Underwear, Wolaeley
make, in medium nnd very
heavy weights, puro wool,
guaranteed unshflnkeble...
Price   per   garment.   $2.50
Men's Underwear, Staulleld's
manufacture, all pure wool,
good   weai inn, guaranteed
unshrinkable	
Per Garment, S1.25 to 53.25
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
ji& Men's and Hoys' Outfitters
AMT'LK  I'llll*:  l'IM'1'l-.l  IH
Fresh Oysters
Arriving   Twice-a-week
Finnan Haddie Kippers
Mackerel      Smoked Halibut
Fresh Killed Spring Chickens
P.
Burns & Co.
Limited.
Class inspection of tho schools was
made nnd the children exercised in lire
drili which was earriid out in a smart'
' and in "i ly n* inner. 'I he jury i s-
(iressi d them elves quite sali Red that
everything in the school  w.is conduc
; Ive to I he safely of the children.
UAOt. COXDHMSEtl
The Unti'iprise Brewery was next
i- ir, fill'j ;i pei li ll ui il i-U'i yl liin*^
found I" b ■ in goo I uhupe.
Much i-i in, i-in  was  pn - d mi  the
Provincial gaol,  lhe jury   velie Ily
conilemnli g i: .,- useless and inadequate.
1 liM.II.VI 11.A 1 l.l'.s   H.S    UJUDlll!
A visit M is   I In ii  iii ill"   1"   ll
solid majority ol the  voters,    Bhow
I ing beyond dottbl   that he baa      tli*
riding  behind him  in  taking  up    h s
n, w and most  re      * llili   posil ion,
Mr. Bennett taki hi *l fi al philo
sophlcally mil is ahead] preparing
to carry  on  the      work  ol  educating
the voters ali n      11 i al    llm  ,
his fall h ,ii ■ ill mat t rl iraph ol
the principles foi which his party
stun.is being ii**: .:* ilie leasl * liaki a
by  Saturday'    defeat,
In     Ki'i llie   Hi**1 ■*   **'i''  617
cast  mi  Sat in*.l.*i*,    ii  aim i   773    lai i
yeai.  Mr.   Roi *'     ma :■ I'll s   ovi r  Mi
Crippen ill Hang
i." Hie Crippen mut
dcr ci tno to a ell i
chl I
illilllii'.i       lip   all 1   .     . . .i
ry ret        I      a
i.i
i'i ippen, v.  ,. .1  : . .1 iat !i
Vftci   an  Imps ... I i   dm         bj
tho * ■■•• .a n i   ■ iluir, r - -ll- we i
i              from l."i *l     Ai.  i it  n *,
ii-lin li rabl 'in     i'   p
re I and   ■'■ * li ti    20
minute ■     I ron lit in it   vi rd cl
: J   i,l   111 .I ,1.1*   ,*,   llll     .*. Ife,     li Ilo
i Ilium*,*       li     i ,01 ils! a      i    ,*ni
1   OUl 11"
liopo. v . Crlppi ii li ' * * * ck he
up ' ■ . i * ..iin, hii
• ni
line In 'wi., lunil. 11* said, "i still
[irotesl in*, iini.,*, ni ." The ver
diet ol    thn jury ca    ed a pn found
*    '   : '"*iii   US   D   '
the ad ol I lie i Iln i  j*: -i lo       11
four Meat
eiequironrciits
Fulfilled
CHOICE   CUTS
at our Market. If you demand first-class
c its "i fresh, t m ler Beef or savory Chops
we can offer them at a very mmlcrate price.
We also ask your attention to an nncfjualled
our dainty and DELICIOUS
POULTRY of sweet flavor and tender
fibre. Ail our nu-ats are carefully selected
.'.fully juicy and tender.
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd,
Bennett   was 215 in  Fernie. Tho ouly .— ...—. .. .
new district       carried    Iiy     Mr    Ue tl   waa 'i'""'    "■"•<"'■  thcro woul
Victoria bridge and h  unanimous ix were coal Creek, l**  n majoritj      ol   'I*'1'1"1" M   '*'   aciptlttal.
pressionofcongiaitililiou wai  passed ;,.;, „„,|  Michel,  when    **l    a       ,|':   !r     "',;'  '■■''"'  l,aek   '" iai|.
on the work the ol g veinment in this majority  ol   12      r,      a  coal    ' :''' •'■     ' "'      eVel       '  '
respectl mining tov R       ,  „,.,j"i*  '"'^ I'^slrinns have been summoti.il.
ciriii  ll* i -1   i iivni. .us-1 n Itj   ol  ,'•",   innl   I '    '""i    ■!■*
The Court House came In  I'm   i li ,n""' votes  that   Mr,  Bennett,
di-i a -imi. the i'i *y poinl n; out   lhat
cu-sjon, the jury po nl ng mil
the building   wa-   practically  useless
fm tii" wot k and in bad condition.
In ilu- matter < f the (backhand  in
Masquarodc Ball
The com mil ti«
Stylish Fall and Winter Hats
A shipment just arrived from  the East
SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOORS BAST OP  EDISON THEATRE
 cllal|*e       of     tlii'
the  lecnt   niuu' r  of I-'. Julian lhe arrangement     lor   tho third annual
j'"v  conden d   the  apathy of the masquerade ball  uudor tho    aus
government In hiinginglng the nun*- of Fire Brigade No. I, to l" held on
derers to ju-tice. They n commended Wednesday, December 7th, ai the
lhat flrst-cla«s detectives should bo ap- opora h0uso, aro hard a1 work pro
pointed throughout tbe province to j,,,;„,_, f,„* tho evenl which promlsos
-lamp mit ibi- ileiniit and en ure f, be the leading ocia! (unction ol
puhlic safety. ,„, Boason     this yoi i      The i uc loss
Tbe reward olf red was not  -nili i nt  attalnod  lasl   year and  the year be-
HIs Honor admitted tbat si.p- niiiii  fore tvn   so marked  thai  there is   a
be taken to employ skilled detectives,  greater et irag moni   again  to  iry
hut a- fm   raising   the   reward,   I but'and ao even bettor,
would only bi> an incentive to crime in |    No effort will bi   ipared     in      tha
eider   .„  gain   the   large   reward   if m(,ttcr of decoratl as and  the praise   ^.^ ^
unered,     lue  jury  expressed  much  which wns given tho decorating com
dissatisfaction   at  the Indi criminate mltteo and those In charge     ol   all	
use of firearms by minora ami otters arrangements by tl i who attended
and strongly recommended   a   better [on prevli ■     na will bo     oven
enactment of   the  criminal   code   re- moro Beserved thi   year,     Tha num-
gardlng concealed weapons. k«r ol cosl  mes lor the ball       this
It m.is nl-" f. Ii  thai  ib" provincial year will probablj oxcoed all    othar
police weie unable lo cope  with tin   function     and   *■*     •  thi    luhllc show
us criminal cases, several of wiiifch  theii   IntcreBi   In  tin   afiair,  a    thej
ban iiiieil in the province recently are alreadj   doing,  ll   la     concl
A high appreciation "1  the exoelleut levldeuco that tha hall ol 19M will ba
standard ol tbe tinn* limn.ied  tradl- the beat yet.
i" n'., eompan I      alter   I ho
[Belli Sin
pen wo ■ found undo: th
lloorin ; of tb oi     at   39
I lill,Irop rn cent,     l llngton,      waa
brotlghl  l"  trial   *•  t * i In)
charged with  being an acoo   ory    to
ilie i itirder and iln* 11 ■•,..a will     attempt     t" |irovo ilial   M*i
;*.     i'.'l  i 'i .I  planned    t'     !
his wife, and  thai  Bho ai qui
i ho deed ,n order ti in elllc
it  passion.
i.iiii'hiii, ini   2i    Di    Unwl I
i li Ippon, * .i" li toil "i ii" mi i *l' r .a
in wife, Bi Ilo Kim 'i". tho act n t,
i. ill in*
i.i ■ . rn" dnte '■■ ual anno ino
ed  W| i ' 'ii  IS,  bui   lo'lay  tha
week.
1
Hi i   rum ,\' irent.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
(tALLVQN HIT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Ral
in ■   i.'i
on the Continent
Degree  "1   Ilea
' '     a All  Yenr
os from $12 to
$ 15 Per Week
To night, ai  Helklrk ll ill, under the
aniplcea  of   Mountnin   View    t!nu p
whist, dl'iv" an I d mc •.       (liiul | i
FOR SALE   Watei frontage, opi o
ih* I '"il Mann, ili" i" ii na mil .1 "I
famuli.in N'..i I lii'iu H iih "ad A "'"I
eh ini-e io treblit i "in mom j in a vet j
shall   -pa a*   "1    Iiiii".     l.i-y lii in-.
Apply in   Ituvelitoke  Oeu * •    ■
Ltd.
Doore, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Wr-itc for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Vagt I
TIIE MAIL-HERA.LDREVELSTOKE, R C
WI'lllNI'NKAY, OCT. 2CT1I,   lll'lll.
Z\:c JBatMberalfc
JHKD   w BDNKSDAY
SATURDAY   IT
REVELS TOUE.  B.   C.
Jntertoc publlabtng Company
Limited
Subscription
Including postage io England,
■nml Canada,
Bj* ihe fear [through pontofttoo}<
Half
yuaru*r " " "
Rates
United States
1.6(1
.    l.lHi
J jm    tUXTlXU promptly executed al pomod
able : > i
IE KM.-   i i-;..   9 itworipllo is payable iu ail
\ *»... i
ADVERTISING   KATKS.
Loffa i        - ■      i ■- i or lino (li I  In di Lion,
.  h BUbiicquunl   Hi-fi: inn
M< ■ ■ .; < tneni - S onpai lul [I- tiiteu make out
gi noral  bu lue •■  an
I    ■     i ■ ;   in  !i   por   iiiun' h
P .   I witionn,   .','»    por   cont,    ad
,iL   Births,  Man [agon  aud  Deu Iin
.   .
Land ;   ■     All  advertisement-
-    ■       lothi   ippro\ al *-f i tin inanagunu nt,
u v : - ,      , I lined Advent moid enl*:
igi       ■/. i   i d, Help w anted, Sini.iiuiiis
u i. -      .■ ,'■:.-     Vacant,    Teacher*
\s mu *. M   : . . - Wanted, 10 words or
.   i ii  line  i"   oonta
Chanu inding adi erUitomontu mual
la.  ■■..   i       I ij   mnl Friday  of
u,, |  reek to -      e good display.
C iRREdPOKDKNCK lovltod  on raattora »>f
"die Intel ■        •'low  :" idl
ior   -ti ui hooompa ih 'i   b)   name  "f
n ij i.   pnblloationi b-.it
i
mproved and Unimproved Fru;t Lands
Near City,
Immprovea iru;
in 5 and IO 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.
1 lull
lor I
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Mountain   V,nw Camn   No. 179
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tlie old countries. .lust us one ob-
serves In Europe n condition lor bho
mass "f the pooplo tar Bttperior to
that prevailing In the fm' oast, so,
in Canada, tho most casual observer
must be Impressed with how Infinitely better Hum In Europe aro the
chances In lite lor every mini, woman nn.l child wii" has imi,'ii'i'i'ii s|n'c
lally favored by birth, tor tune or
privilege."
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In regard to Mr. Joseph Martin's
recent articles In politics, tho Van
coitvcr Provlnco Bays
It, wns [ago who remarked, "1 am
nothing it nol critical," and wo nil
know from tlir play the purpose
which Shakespeare's character employed his taculty to Borvc. Iago's
whole nun and ond wns destruction,
nm. cannot help thinking that in
politics Mr. .li'si'i'li Martin is very
like In.'". Ho certainly lin- tho critical taculty well developed and
whether at Westminster, at Ottawa,
or al Vancouver, ho employs it. in
tlir attempt to pull down, or where
he cannot ilo that, to depreciate and
disturb, lir Is a liberal but he is
ns Btrongly antagonist in Premier
( tho Unionists are;
OOldUUj   ii"'''-! t" nil.
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Mo.  26,   Revolstoke, B. C.
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n violence in Btrong contrnst to tho
MATHIBsic moderation displayed by Mr. it. I,.
Borden, and he pursues the liberals
of British Columbia with a hostility
un.l vni.linivi-iii-ss that surprise the
warmest triends i : thc McBritle nl
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Ralloy,  William
Barber, Wm.
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Barker,  Joseph
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Boaley,  Hubert Revelstoke
Birt,  Benjamin Revelstoke
Bishop,   John  A. Revelstoke
Blackhall,   Wm.   P, Revelstoke
BIOWB,  Fred.   O. Revelstoke
Blythe,  Enoch Revelstoke
Bond,   Arthur Revelstoke
Booth,  Archibald Revelstoke
Booth,  Albert Revelstoke
linden,  C.  W. Revelstoke
Bradley, Louis H. Revelstoke
Branford, Edgar J. Cnmborne
Urett,  HUlaa Revelstoke
Brldger,  James  A. Revelstoke
Brlegel, Bernard S. Revelstoke
Brooks,  Tims.   A. Revelstoke
Bruce,  Benjamin Revelstoke
Bryenton, Chas.  E. Revelstoke
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Fleming,   Alfred Revelstoke
Flotoher,  James Rovelstoke
Forbes,  Potor it. RoveUtoko
Foster,   Jos.   Hen. Revelstoke
Foss,   Krwm Rovolstoko
Fowler,   Enoch Uevelstoke
Fox,  ('urinal' RevelBtoke
Franklin,   Harry Uevelstoke
Franklin,   John Uevelstoke
Francesco, Jachini Uevelstoke
Fraser,   Peter Uevelstoke
Fraser N. Bt, Glair Uevelstoke
Frenetto, Jos. P.
Furlong, Michael
Gagon, Oyprlen
Carner,   Robert
(lamer,   Henry
Garofalo, Bante
Gates, Geo. W.
(iehrke,  William
Gibson,  Frank
Gibson,  Thus.
Gibson,   John
Gibson,  Heth
Giddy,  Ohas.
Gillnn.ler,   William
Qlonnl,  Alnnzo
Goodwin,  John
Goodisson,   Herbert
Goulet,  Arthur
Goundry,  Samuel
Graham,  W.J.
Graham,  David
Grauer,  Alt.
Graves,   John
Qreenhalgh, Albert
Greenwood,  Alf.
Gray,  Hamilton
Griffiths,   Fred.   T.
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Grey,   llenj.   F.
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Hadler,  Alt.
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Halliwell,  John  H.
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Hamill, John
Hancock, Arthur C.
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Harvey,  Albert
Harris,  Edward H.
HarriB,   Frank
Headrick, J. L.
Hendry,  Frank
Horstick,  John
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Hibliert,  Tims.   H.
Hicks,  H.  M.
Higgins,  Jns. A.
Hogg,   Ernest
H"i;H,   Robert
Holman, Wm. Alf.
Halliday, David H.
Hood,  John
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Mellni-ily,   John Revelstoko
Mclnnis,  I'eter Revelstoke
Mclnnis, Alex. Oamborno
M'iniiis,   Dun.   A. Revelstoke
Mclnnis,   Milchil Revelstoke
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Mclntyre,  Anilr.w Arrowhead
McKay,   Geo.   S. Uevelstoke
McKay,   II.Morrison Revelstoke
McKenzie,   Alex.F. Uevelstoko
McKenzie,  J. D. Uevelstoko
McKiblien, James Revelstoke
MeKinnon,  Allan    McOul'  Crk.
MeKinnon,  Alan Revelstoke
McLean,  Alexander Uevelstoke
McLean,  Wayne Uevelstoke
McLean,   Jno.  G. Revelstoke
McLean,   Hector Revelstoko
McLennan,  Neil     Straw.'  Flat
McLennan,  Dav.  '/,. Camborne
MeLeoil,   Johnstone Revelstoko
McLcod,   Wm.   J. Revelstoko
McLeod,  Obas.       Straw.' Flat
McLeod,  Don.  A. Revelstoke
McLeod,  D.   A. Rovelstoke
McLeod, Roderick Revelstoko
McMahon,  Fred. Revelstoko
McMillinn,   Jno.A. Revelstoko
McN'ab, Thus. Revelstoke
McNeil,   J.   F. Revelstoke
McNeil,  Kenneth Revelstoke
McNey, Francis  J. Revelstoke
McPherson,   Wm   Q. Revelstoke
McPherson,  J.  D. Revelstoke
McPherson,  Jas. (I.  Uevelstoko
McPherson,   Dan. Revelstoke
McPhcc, Ihinnld Revelstoke
■lul.
■lull.
1417,
MUX.
1*121.
M27.
1428.
143(1.
14117.
11*11.
1442,
'IU,.
II4".
4*51),
458,
1454,
1456.
14.18.
1450,
I Hill.
1461,
1172.
•178.
479.
1 ISO.
191,
503.
1604.
1606.
1507.
1512,
1519.
11,21).
1..2G.
1580.
I..ill.
168-8,
1541.
1545.
1546.
1347.
l.'.'lll.
McRae,  John
Meltae,   Murilock
MeWally,  Ed.
MrWilliams,   Win.
Neule,   Robt.   A.
Nellis,   Harry
Nellis, Gordon fl,
Newmun,  Geo.  T,
Nichol, W. G.
Nichiills,  Cyrus L,
Nicholson, John
Ninimo,   Peter
North, Francis A.
Norniaiiil,   II.
Nnltl, (ieriuaro
Noyce,   Charles
Obey,   Joint
O't'oiinell,   James
O'Connor, Stophcn
Offle,   Fred  R.
O'llenrn,   James
O'Nnl   John
Ostelison,   Andrew
Otto,  James  il.
OllghtoU,   John
Parkes,   Frnnk  J.
Pearson,   Jno. T.
Pearson,  Alf,  J.
Periliie,  Robert
l'eress in,   Joseph
Peters,   Jns.   II.
Peterson, Walter 1).
Petretta,  Louis
Pisaereta,   Natalo
Pliiinton,   Llewelyn
Plumton, Alex.
Porter, Goo. w.
Porter,  t'lutrles
Powers,  Geo. Thos.
Pratt, Alexander
Pratt,  V.  11.
Pratt, George
1551a. Pilsoii,  John
ir.fiG.
1662.
1564,
1566'.
1567.
668.
1570.
580.
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1616.
619.
1C22.
1625.
1C26.
1C27.
1634.
1C37.
1639.
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1,77.
1679.
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G87.
less.
1389.
690.
696.
704.
713.
1717.
1751.
7,">2.
1768.
764.
7*fi5.
I'l'TiD.
7C(i.
1773.
177S.
1781.
1786.
790.
17113.
17114.
1795.
Prior, Edward
Profit,   James
Puchio,   Bernard
Puller, Edgar
Pllllinger,   Albert
Pullinger,  Beptimas
Piillen,   Frederick
Ramsay,  I'eter ('.
Raylield,   Jno.  Win.
ilea,   Walt
Rear,  ('has.   11.
Read,  John
Reader, Jas. ll.
Reddlo,  Roy
iters, Richard
Reid,   J antes
Read,  Janus
Reid,  Robt.  A.
Renauil, Aimi
Rbiuie, Edward
Robli,  William
Roberts, Geo. w.
Robertson, Jno. K,
Robertson,   Peter
Robertson, Robt.
Robinson, T.
Robinson, Hen.  Jas
Robinson,   Gabriel
Robinson,   Geo.
Roller, Geo.  Dd.
Roseberg, F.
Ross,  A ex: u,l-r
Ross,   S.   P.
Ross,  Robert
Roy,  Ernest O.
Roys,   Lars
Sambo,  Nick
Samson, John
Rovolstoko
Revolstoke
Camp     lb
Revelst o.ie
Uevelstoko
Cninb.i "ne
Cnmhono
Arrowhead
Revelstoko
Rovelstoke
Uevelstoke
Uevelstoke
Uevelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelst. ilie
ReveUtoli,!
Rovolstoko
Revelstoke
Re/els toko
Re.'elst'j'te
Arrowhead
Rovelstoke
t amborne
Uevelstoko
Rovelstoke
Rovolstoko
Uevelstoke
St. Leon
Uevelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Arrowh'il
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
St. Leon
Revelstoko
Uevelstoko
Revelstoko
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
RevelBtoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Revo'toke
Uevelstoke
Uevelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Oamborno
Revelstoke
Revelstoke
Rovelstoko
Revelstoko
Glacier
Golillields
Beaton
Revelstoko
Revo'toke
RevelBtoke
Revelstoko
Revelatoke
Rev'toko
Rove toko
Revelstoko
RevelBtoke
Revelstoko
St. Leon
Uevelstoke
Comaplix
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Revolstoke
I'i'IKS. Still li":r,
1X0,1. Sim nimil,   t,,,i.
1804. Strangway, Regli
1806, Strangward,  wm
l.sir,. Sutherland, Olaf
1816. Sutton, Patrlok
IS23. Swlmlell,   Maynard
1881, Taylor, Thus.
1832. Taylor,  J.   11.
1884, Taylor, Edwin
1887. Tetloek, Gtoo,  11.
is 13. Tel lock,   John
1845, Thiluiiill,  J.  I).
1847. Thirkle,  John
1852. Thomson,  Archibald
isiiil. Thompson, Wm.
IsfiS. Thompson, Gllbort
1864, Thorno, William 6
1800. Thorndson,   Anton
807. Thorndson,  Jno.M,
1871. Toinney,   John
1872, Toombs,   Thus.   Alex
1K74.
Sanderson,  Robt.  H.  Rev'toko
Sandham, w. A.
Schwartz,   Arthur
Scott,   Richard
Scott,  James
Scott, James
Seaman,   Win.   11.
Serson, Jacob
Soriano, Arcangelo
Berroglotto, Angelo
Shaw, Wm.
Short,  John   II.
John   J.
Wm.   II.
Robt.   G.
Norman A.
Win ton
James
Alf.  W.
Smith, Wm. Henry
Snell,   James
Speiim,  Wm.
Starkey, B. u.
Stanley, Horeward
Steele,   Allied
Stevens,   Raymond
Stevenson,  Thus.
Stevenson,  Alex.
Stevenson,  ThoB.
Smith,
Smith,
Smith,
Smith,
Smith,
Smith,
Smith,
Camborne
Rovelstoke
RevelBtoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Rovelstoko
Revelstoko
RevelBtoko
Rev'toke
Arrowhead
Revelstoko
Revelstoko
Uevelstoke
Revelstoko
Revelstoko
Arrowhead
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelatoke
Rovelstoko
Comaplix
F. Rev.'
Uevelstoko
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Revelstoko
r i, lors n hi StLe'n
t,,,i. ItcvolBtoko
Oamborno
L. Rev'toko
Rovelstoko
Revelstoko
Rovelstoko
Rovelstoko
Arrowhead
Rovelstoko
Revelstoko
Glacier
ltovclstoko
Revelstoko
Rove'l.oko
Rovelstoko
Revelstoko
Arrowhead
Revelstoko
Revelstoke
Revelstoko
Rev'toko
Torrance,   Wm. Rovelstoko
lS77it Thompson,   John        Revelstoko
IH8I. Triieman,   Howard     Revelstoko
18M. Tudor,   Ohas,  D.         Rovelstoko
1886. Turner, Thus.             Rovolstoko
1892, Underwood, Alb. Hen. Rov'oke
1893. Unload, Oliver E, RevelBtoko
18114. Unsworth, Jus. I'eter Rov'oko
PJUU. Vnronoy, Frank Rovelstoko
11)11. Walker, Win. Ingram Rev'toko
11112. Walker, Claude M. Rovelstoko
I'J 13. Walker, Lofo Win. Revelstoko
mil. Walker, Joseph Revelstoko
1915. Walker,  Archibald  Welsh  Rev.'
1918,   Walsh,  Walter, E.  Rovelstoko
Warner,
921
1926. Watohorn, John
1927. Watson,   William
1981. Watson, Wm. E.H
p.)32. WateiB, Richard
1934, Webb, David
11131). Wells, Patrick
1940. Wells, Chas.  H.
11148. Wheaton,   Frank  P
1949.
lll.'iS.
1961,
1962.
19C8.
1970.
1978.
1973'.
11175.
1D77.
1986.
P.ID7.
1990.
1992.
P.I93.
1995.
2002.
200*3.
2005.
2011.
2014.
Frank Drake Rov'oko
Camp 6
Rovelstoko
Rovelstoko
Rovolstoko
Rovelstoko
Revelstoko
Arrowhoad
Rovolstoko
Whotham, Jos. Shaw Rev'toko
Wilson, Thomas Revelstoko
Wilson, Alf. Chas. Revelstoko
Wilson, Joint Rovolstoko
Willis, Frederick Revelstoko
Willis, Jno. Albert Revelstoko
Williams,   John Rovelstoko
Williamson, Win. J. Revol'toko
Williamson,  Her.   J.    Rev'toko
Winder,   Ernest Revelstoko
Wolfe, Garnet P. Revelstoko
Wood,  R.  II. Revelstoko
Wood,  Iku Rovolstoko
Woods,  Altred Revelstoko
Woods,   Nolson Rovolstoko
Woodford, Chas. Arrowhead
Wright, Edward Revelstoko
Wright, Edmund M. Rev'toko
Wrlghley, David W. Uevelstoko
Young,   JamcB Revolstoke
Yuill,   Frederick Revelstoko
The  following   persons are  reported
duplicated  on  the  Register:
32. Ainslie,   Patrick  0.  Revelstoko
968.     Lnvoie,   Joseph Revelstoko
l!tr,7.   Wilcox, Jno.  Anthony   Rev'oke
NICOLA
COAL
SPECIAL REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$8 50
$7.5
Orders promptly filled
F. McCarty
This Here Soap is Cood!
MacBoth, Mnlclin A Arrowh'il
MacDonald, Bam Revelstoko
Macdonald,  P.C.       Rovelstoke
you can use it in any kind of water, jest
ike napthy soap, but it aint got THAT
NAPTHY SMELL.
Smells sweet an* clean-like. I'd advise
my bes' friend to use
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN NONYMOUS Ta-ye 7
WKDNKHIIAY, OCT. 2CTII,  1910.
THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE. B C
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[Slaughter
ale!
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Men's Clothing, Shoes, Rubbers and All Other Furnishings
CLOSING OUT SALE !   GIVING UP BUSINESS !   Everything to be sold at the very
bottom prices.   Men's Rubbers, Bird's Mackinaws, Boot Packs and Lumbermen's Rubbers of all
kinds; Hats and Caps; Men's Fine and Working Shirts; Stanfield's Underwear of every weight.
Shop Fixtures, Shelving and Glass Counters all to be sold before the end of the year.
Close buyers take advantage of this sale.    It will pay you to buy enough for a year
ahead.   Lay in your Winter and Spring supply and you will be money in pocket.
Easy terms to anyone buying  out the  business in   block, to  good and responsible
persons, as I wish to leave here about the end of the year.
^
^
MONEY  SAVE
IS MONEY MADE
H.B.K. PATENT RIPLESS TIPS.
Made and gui
IirnSON    RAY    KNIT
Patent
RIPLESS GLOVE
is a money-saving k'"vi-'—because it will outwear all others,
it being guaranteed positively
not to EIP.
An OUTSEAM GLOVE for
hard wear.
NO INSIDE SEAMS to hurt
the hand.
Seams at finger t!ps, concealed by AN EXTRA PIECE OF
LEATHER, whioh PROTECTS
THE STITCHING.
The   almost    wear    forever
love.
Backed up by the 11. B. K.
Brand and sold by leading dealers throughout Canada.
iranteed by the
TING CO., MONTREAL.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that, to days
fter the date hereof, 1, Chalks R.
Mac.lunula  ul  Revelstoke,  li.   C,  oc-
upntion   , druggist,   intend  tu apply
o  the Hon.   thc   Chiel  Commission.!'
f Lauds and WurkB, Victoria, 13.C,
for  permission  to  purchuse  the    lol-
owing described  lands.
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains east of the N.W. corner of
Sec. 30 Tp. 22, Range 2li, west oi the
5th Meridian, East Kootenay, It. C,
aud marked Charles it. Miiclouald's
south    cast    corner     post.      Thence
orth ill chaius, thence west 30
chains, thence south about 40 chains
to Columbia river, thence following
Columbia river in a south     easterly
irection to a point about 11) chains
outh of the north west corner, Sic.
80, Tp. 32,  Range 26,  west    ol      the
th Meridian, thence north about
10 chains to north west corner ot
Sec. »0, thence east    10    chains      to
uint  of lommence   ent.    Containing
n  all about  140  acres  more or less.
Charles   R.   Macdonald,
Hubert 0.  Hall, Agent.
Oct. 17th,  1910.
south cast corner post. Thence north
40 chains, thence west 30 chains
thence south 40 chains, theance east
30 chains to point of commencement
Containing in all 120 acres more or
less.
Charles Holten.
Hubert 0. Hall, Agent
Oct.  18th,  1910.
102
The
Expert
Glove
and
Mitt
Makers
of
Canada
	
THE MOLSONS BANK
INOORPOR A1IO  ICES
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund $4 400,000
lias 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A QENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branoh, W. H. PRATT Manager.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that CO days
fter    the     date    hereof, I,      Alliert
Jnmes Howe, of Revelstoke,    B.    C,
iccupatlon,   butcher,  intend  to apply
o   the  Hon.  thc  Chief Commissioner
!  Lands and  Works,   Victoria,  U.C.,
or permission  to pur. base the      tol-
owing described lands.
Commencing at a post planted ten
hains east of  the north  west corner
ot Sec. 30, Tp.  32,  R.2C, west of thc
5th Meridian,  Enst Kootenay, II. C,
nil    marked    Albert   James Howe's
outh     west    corner    post.     Thence
north    40    chains,      thence    emit    30
'chains, thence south M chains, thenco
west     30 chains  to  point ot      com-
nencement.      Containing   iu  all    1*20
acres more or less.
Albert  James Howe.
Hubert 0. Hal,    Agent.
Oct.   17th,   1910.
NOTICE.
Notice ik hereby given that CO days
after the date hereof, I, Charles Holten of Revelstoke, B. C, occupation,
rewer, intend  to apply to thc Hon.
the    Chief      Commissioner  of  Lands
and Work*,   Victoria,  B.  C,  lor permission to purchase the following de
scribed lands.
Commencing  at a  post  plnntcd  70
hains cast of thc N. VV. corner      ol
Sec. 30, Tp.  32,   Range 26, west      ol
the 5th Meridian, Kast Kootenay, U.
C,    and    marked   Charles Holten's
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given thnt GO days
after date hereof, 1, Hubert Charles
Hull of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation
transit-mail, intend to apply to the
Hon. the Cnief Commissioner ol
Lands nnd Works, Victoria, B. 0.,
for permission to purchuse the following described lands.
Commencing nt o post plnntcd 70
chains east of the north west corner
of Sec. 30, Tp. 32, Rnnge 2(1, west ol
thc 5th Meridian, Kast Kootenay, 1).
('., and marked Hubert I'linrbs
Hall's south west corner post.
Thence 40 chains north, thence 20
chains east, thence 10 chains south,
thence 10 chains enBt, theuce 10
chains south, thence 10 chains east,
thence 20' chains south, thence 40
chains wet to point ol commencement. Containing in all 130 acres,
more or less.
Hubert Charles Hall.
October 18th,   1910.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given thnt CO days
after the date hereof, I, Keneth G.
McRae, ol Revelstoke, 11. C, occupation merchant, intend to npply
to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner
of     Lands aud   Works  [nr  permission
to purchase the follow ini; described
lands.
| Commencing nt a post planted at
about the north west coiner ol
Charles R. Macdonald'* application
tn purchase, Blast Kootenay, It. ('.,
nnd   marked   Keneth   <!.     Mcitnc's
EOUth west corner post. Thence 30
chains ninth, thence 4(1 chains enst,
thence ,10 chnins south, thence 40
chains west to point ol commencement. Containing in all 128 acres
more or lesB.
Keneth Q, McRae.
Hubert C. Hall, Agt.
October 19th, 1910.
The early closing association of
London, Knglnnd, is trying to mnk*
arrangements for the cloning ol London shops at Christina, from Friday
night till Wednesday morning. It. In
understood that practically nil whops
v i 11 at any fate rlose from Saturday
t'll Wednesday. Christmas Day (alls
on Sunday this year,
Enterprising Merchants
Although this is a comparatively
dull -rn"i as a rule for commercial
bouses, being tbe period lietween the
fall and winter, yet our local merchants all report a steady business,
with considerable promise for a brisk
winter. Revelstoke would never lie
a eity at all were it not for thc
business houses and for thc merchants, for it is to them that wc
must look to keep up the solidity of
our city. The establishment of
stores ami other business houses
causes thc circulation of money
which is the chief factor in everyday
commercial life. Visitors to our
stores aii' nt once struck by the
universal, neat nn.l businesslike appearance nnd general lively nir about
them and on looking over the stock
they will see that the commodities
are all ol the latest grades on.l
styles, elcnn nnd fresh. We believe
we nre    right      in saying    that    tbe
I "bump of business ability" is v,ry
strongly marked in Revelstoke, nn.l
this hns been demonstrated by the
attractive appearance a', the stores,
nnd   ihe class  ol  goods  displayed.
I There may ne some who sny thnt
tho goods arc ol indiHercnt -quality
and high priced. Thut mny be, i u,1
li it not so nil the world over' Od
the other hand, when it is considered the excessive freight nml express
charges on nil goods shipped here,
it Is only to lie exacted thnt the
customer must   pay   them  besides  pro
fit to the merchant. But, it should
bc remembered thnt reasonable profit only should be made, unless thc
customers are to be sent to deal
with ot mini order houses, which in
n contingency to lie il possible avoid
ed  and  prevented, A   happy modi
urn should tic struck which will bring
its own reward. Our city ratepayers arc assuredly deserving nl every
credit lor the enterprise tiny   bave
displayed  in  the stocking  ol       their
premises.      In     every      branch      the
"Intent" can be Obtained,      while    a
lnrc  selection can  lie chosen       from,
giving tbe purchaser every opportunity  ol suiting his  oe  her own  taste.
The  progressive    spirit  thus      displayed will aid  materially in the upbuilding of Revelstoke and   it  should .
be the nlm ol every     merchant     to
prevent     even     a dollar  from  being
spent  In catalogue      houses,       where
hn customer hnn no    choice     except
what Is sent him,     and     goods     ol
probably Inferior  iiunlity  at      thnt. '
Tlie following inntnmc  will show tho :
generally  npenklng  poor  policy      ol
thus doing.
|   "A     man     went into a hardware
I store to  buy an  axe,   being      shown
I the  article and   informed   that      tho
'price was J1.25,  he said.   'Why  1 can
get that ■from a mail order house for
90c.'  'Very well then,' said the hardware man, 'I will give it to you for
the  name     price,   provided   that  you
will  do the same  with   me as      you
would  with  them.'    'Alright,' replied
the customer,' as  he handed  over    a
dollar  bill and  received   back  10c.  in
chnnge.  'Now' said the  hardwareman
'I want 35 cents more  to     pay      express chargesj' which   the     purchaser
gave  him.  'How  much  did your    axe
cost you?'      'One  dollar and twenty-
five  cents,'   announced   the  customer.
'Very good, now give me flve     cents
for money order fees and     postage,'
which  the   purchnser  had  to        hand
over.'  'One dollar and thirty   rents,'
wns the reply. Not so cheap after all
said  thc  merchant,      whereupon      be
picked   up  the axe,   tossed   it      beck
on     the shell and told the eustomer
to call  in about three  weeks   tor it,
as that    would     be as soon as     he
could  get it from thc     mail      order
house.
All said and done our home stores
nr.' the place to buy. Money turned
in to them will return to keep up
the town. Our local merchants are
n class ol men who give courtesy
to all and study both the fat and
slender purse and go out of th»>ir
way to assist their customers in
every  respect.
A general feeling ol prosperous anticipation for a good winter'* -business Is being expressed and this feeling is a sign ol the times tbat
should not go Iiy unheeded.
H.M.S. Niobe Arrives
Halifax, Oct. 25.—With the tTnion
Jack at the fore |>eak, the red ensign
with the Canadian coat of arms
thereon at the foremast, the Canadian ensign at thc mainmast and St.
C.eorgcs Cross at her stern, all bravely tossing in the fresh breeio, H.M.
8. Niobe, the pioneer ship ol the
Canadian navy, sailed Into her borne
port on Friday, greeted with cheers
ot soldiers and citizens on the docks
and saluted by the guns from tbe
citadel.
Remember the Hallowen Dance ln
Selkirk Hall under the auspices of
the L. A. of B. R. T.. Monday, Oct.
Slat. Ladies' tickets 50c., gent's
tickets 11.00 td
Shi/abb Gure
quietly   alopa rafl-lbi,   coin   coldi.   beat*
tba tkroat aad luatf•.      •   a   a      39 t«»i».
.
maamxmm i'age 4
MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2CTII, 1'Jltl*.
B. C. Potentialities
In nn editorial the Calgary Herald
remarks!
"Kinancinl returns from Uritish
Columbia would show that tho province is enjoying a period ol growth
unparalleled In Ite history, of which
j. s. Wiiiisiui, ihe editor    ol     the
Toronto News, wns not. slow lo recognize during bis recent, visit west.
The wide uplands nnd scli'Mulcd valleys ol the province are about to be
penetrated by new railways which
iiiii make both possible aud profitable thousands of new 'homes for
(armors and Iruit growers, The vast
fishery wealth has heen considerably
Increased by tho recent headland decision at. lhe Hague, Whilst the timber wealth of the province has ni-
rcu'dy  passed into u  byword.
"With the opening of tho Panama
cnnnl   these  activities    will  probably
be Immeasureably increased. Today
the enst absorbs a large number of
the most, desirable immigrants because they can he landed from tho
old countries for $30 or if40, whereas
those who come out west have to
pay almost double that amount besides making a long transcontinental
journey over n country filled with
Imaginary terrors. In fact some believe that desperadoes and Indians
still abound. When the const can induce a fair proportion of the million
or moro Immigrants that reach the
United States and Canada each year
to como to the I'acilic coast and set
Uo on the fertile areus the country
will liegin to undergo scientific development. With a population to
Justify the utilization of vast Water
power and natural r'sources, with
water freights and the general impetus of the new lime the coast
should bc transformed Into n field
of  vast commercial  activity."
Chase Hotel License
The Kamloops Sentinel has the
following to say in regard to the
license at the Chase hotel:
"For some reason or other the pow
ers that be have refused to grant a
renewal of the hotel license to Mr.
McConnell at Chase. It is understood
thnt an objection wns raised to tbo
renewal on the ground that Mr. McConnell did not live nt the hotel but
afterwnrds that llimsy protest was
cast aside and renewal refused on
any condition. If thnt lie true, an.l
wo have it on good authority that
it Is, then it is time that the irencr
al publ.c take n hand in a matter
whicli concerns them just ns muob
as it does the hotel keeper. The hotel at Chase has In its short. existence won an enviable reputation
as one of the best country hotels in
thc province. No reports have reach
ed us Ioncerning its management oth
er than whnt are iu its Favor. Thnt.
il tills a Want is shown by the excellent patronage it hns received.
With everything in its favor, then,
why hns ihe license been refused? Is
there nn Ethiopian in the fence some
where""
Must be Enforced
Victoria, Oct.  25.—Ii■:' rmatli
reached     tlie    attorney general ■
partment that In the Fernie
and  Cranbrook  the  provision  ol  tbe
now  liquor set,   providing  that      all
barrooms     shall    close at 11 o'c
each  Saturday night,
regard'.',! by the local e  thorll es en
trusted with admin -•   it
statute law, \-
ment of this ns well   is ol
ory laws rests with  I he
ties, the   ■*
nsiW ■ ti    the sani'' ei ■   I
unorganised     districts.     The      law
Is for the     wh de province
and    •
rigidly enforce It  In
: permit Its e\ ash a
■ntly       ns
Fernie and Cranbroi k do t
n ot their
v the
neral
ourse.
In •■
: . * '
*!  • * i Can
ada,  that     violations    ol the  *
id oirm ted    at  by     the
i - *l,*ni  magistrate ilJ     hi
tomey-Ceneral     B i   has received
an explanatory report Irom thm   i IB
cial. He, Stipendiary Ma ilstrat
mits that, upon a plea ol guilty   being entered  in  n  ease ol  IntraCtion of
the  liquor net,  he  permitted  defend
ants to go with a severe caution, it
being  n   first,  offence.      Attorney Gen
frnl   Bowser Imn replied  to this      report   tlmt  the magistrate must, here
after strictly follow the law, It    be
Ing open   to anyone     feeling himself
unjustly nr harshly dealt with to ap
ply to the minister torn remission of
lhc fine Imposed.
street
Lum*
street
Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE BRIGADE Nt). TWO.
Box No. 14—Corner First stroet
and McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First Btroot
ml  Rokeby  avenue,  post otlice.
Box No. IC—Corner Hucond Btreet
aud Uovernment Road aud OpUl'tt
lc use.
Box No. 17—Corner Third
,11   Campbell   avenue,   lllobo
er company.
Box No. 18—CP.R, station.
Box    No. 24—Corner    Filth
nd     McKenzie      avenue,      Catholic
lunch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth itlOOt
nd Orton  avenue,   W.   A.   Foot".
Box No. 28—Corner Fourth stroet
nil Townley street, corner lO'ilh
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second street
nd Robson avenue,  Mrs. linker.
Box No.  84—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box   No.   35—Hospital.
Box No.  3C—School.
KIRK BRIGADE NO. ONIC.
Box No. 44-Fire Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front street wcjt,
car 0.  P, R.  bridge
Box No. 4ti—Corner King nnd
louglas streets, l'uluco Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Wales streets,  buck  of court house.
Box No.    48—Corner    Third      i.i.d I
Chas.  streets,  Cowan block.
bigual for practice—not less tr.au
ix  tti) slow Btrokes.
One (1) indicutes line brokiu or
re out.
Signals aro given thus: 2 stokes,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, llos
•I. No. ol box will also be nhown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
LIQUOR  ACT,   UllO.
I Sect ion -12.)
NOTICE  is  hereby  given  Hint,    on
the first  dny  of  December  next,    application will be mndo to  tho  Hupur-
ntendent ol Provincial Police tor   n
enowal  of tho hotel  license to    sell
liquor hy retail  In  tho hotel known
s the Glacier House hotel, situated
sh Columbin.
Dated this lC'th day of Oct., 1910.
nt lilacier,  in the Provlnco of Brit-
0. P, R.
Oct 15 Nov 17, Applicant
WANTED
VOU SAl.li Warehouse on Snii'lU'i
Track, api'i) UEVULSToKii Sawmill
L'o
FOR BALE—Just arrived two cars
ol first class dry Fir Wood.— Rovelstoko  General Agencies.
NOTICE
Rovelstoko Land  District.
District  ol  Went   Kootenuy.
Tnko notice that ll. w. Crawford,
ol Gerrard, ll. C, occupation engineer, Intends to apply for permission
to purcbiiBO tho following descrlbod
lands:
Commencing ut a post pluntod ten
OR    SAI.W-278 ncros  lacing  Unfile   tlmins   from  the  south   euBt    corner
The General Synod of the Anglican
Church in Ciiniidn will bo held in
Vancouver next September. This in-
cresting announcement was made
yesterday by Archdeacon Pentroath,
at Vancouver. The synod numbers
about 223 bishops, clergy nnd laymen
nnd among the latter arc some of
he most prominent professional and
1 isiness men in  Canada.
Shikhb Gure
quickly   ston. cnllfths,    run",   colds,   hrall
lho llir,,,,l aud liuiii*..       .   ■   -       23 ccota.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010
(Section  42.)
NOTICE is hereby  givon that,    on
he first day of December next,    ap
licntion will bo made to the Super
nteiidiiit of Provincial Police lor   a
renewal of  the hotel   llconse  to      s, ll
I'liior  by  retail  in   the  hotel  known
as  tho    Queen's hotel,  situated      ut
omapiix, in tne Province ol biit.uh
Columbia.
Dated  this  llth dny  ol (let.,  1910,
J.  11.  YOUNG,
let.  15  Nov.  17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO
I Section 42.)
NOTICK is hereby given  that,    on
tho lirst day of December next,      application will bo mude to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for   a
renewal  of tho hotel  license  to    bjII
•liiiuor  by  retail  iu  tho  hotel  known
as tho City hotel, situated ut Arrow
head,    in the     Province ot      Uritish
Columbia.
Dated this ICth day of Oct.,  1910.
JOHN CALKY,
Oct.. 16 Nov  10 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 11)10.
iSoction 42.)
notick is hereby given that,   on
llie first dny o! December next, application will he made to tho Superintendent of I'rovincinl i'ol.ce for a
renewal ol the hotel license to all
liiiuor by retail in tho hold known
us tho Lnkevicw hotel, situated at
Arrowhead, in the Province ol British Columbia.
Dated this 10th day ot Oct., 1910."
CHAPMAN & 1RV1N,
Oct. 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
River, Sicumoiis, $30 per ncro. For
terms apply to ill. A. Harris, 1109
Lnngloy,  Victoria, B. C.
•ATURNITV       NURSE   The  under
signed is prepared to take Malum
ul Kiillmer's pre-emption, Lot 7491
thonce wost 40 cliuins along the
south boundary ol Lot 7491, thonco
■outh 20 chnins, thonco cast 40
halna, thenco north 20     chains     to
olnt  ot commencement,   containing
ity  Cases  ul  her    home  or nt  tho   tn acres, moro or less.
home ol the patient,
Watson, Box 38.
Mrs.  W,
Oct D 1
FOR BALE—80 Acre Ranch, Stock
and Implements, about 15 acres
under cultivation, well wooded uud
watered; price $5,000. Apply on
promises,   lour  miles  down       south
truck road, Frank Veltri.        S21 liu
Hilled  August 27th,   1910.
11KCTOR W.   CRAWFORD
Located hy W. H.  (Ilenn, Agent.
NOTICK.
In the mutter of an Application
for tho Issue ol a Duplicate Certificate ol Title to Lot 8, Block 1, be
lug part of Sections 27 and 34,
Township 23, Rnngo 2, West ot tho
6th Meridian, Town ot Rovolstoko,
B. O., Mnp C36.
Notice  is hereby given  thnt   It    Is
my  intontlon to Issue ut tho expiration    of ono month nfter tho     first
LOST—A Crescent Broach on Second   publication hereof a duplicate of tho
street,     between    McArthur avenue   Ocrtificato     ol Titlo to  tho     above
nnd   the  oddfellows'  Hull.      Finder   mentioned lot In tho name of Rovol-
will receive reward ot $1.00 on ro-  Bt0ke Land Company, Llmltod, which
FOR BALE -Six Roomed house ou
Third street, enst, with nil modern
conveniences! also kitchen range,
heater und linoleums, — Apply this
Otlice.
turning  to  the Mall-Herald Ollice
FOUND—A Purse, containing small
amount of money. Owner may
have same by paying for this advertisement and proving property.
Mnil- Heral Ollice
WANTED — Scotchmun, married,
wants position ou (arm or ranch,
nineteen years experience in Montana and' Saskatchewan. Disengaged niter October 14th. Address
Box  lliJ,  Oxbow,   Saskatchewan.
FOR SALE—A High Grade Snmilc
Organ ut a burguln price. A beautiful Doherty clrcusiuu walnut read
piano model, six octavo organ,
squlpped with tho latest typo ot
piano pedals. Has a rich mellow
tone. Regular price I100.ro Reduced to $110.20, easy terms Apply at Bingham's Music Store ou
McKenzie Avenue.
certificate Is dated tho 9th day     ot
April,  1907, and numbered  C774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL  R.   ROE.
Land  Registry Otllco,  Nelson, B.O.,
September 13th, 1910. 817015
ARAINYDAY
NEED NOT
INTERFERE WITH THE
ENJOYMENT OF YOUR OUT
DOOR WORU OR 5P0RT
WEAR A
SLICKER
It is guaranteed to keep
you dry in the hardest
storm.
sau> evurrmtcn
TOWER CANADIAN CO.. ltd.
TORONTO. CANADA
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICE  is hereby  given  that,    ou
the lirst day ol December next      application will bo made to the Superintendent  of  Provincial   Police  for a
renewal of the hotel license   to   sell
liquor  by  retail  in  the  hotel  known
as  the  Lardeau  hotel,  situated      at
Comaplix, in the  Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this llth day af Oct.  l'JIO.
RUSSELL M.  EVANS,
Oct. 15 Nov. 17 Applicant.
OR SALE—A Cottage Upright Piano at a bargain, .mado by Al-
phonse Cnry, possesses a very
pleosiug toue and is in excellent
condition, has been thoroughly ov-
haiiled   by  Mr.  Bingham,  and bears
our guarantee of sutisiuctiou. A
splendid Utile Instrument lor mod-
crate pluying or for a beginner.
We will take it in exchange on a
new pmuo at M.i- [rice uny time
within two years—$105.00 eusy
terms. Revelstoko Music Store,
John  Bingham  manager.
FOR    SALE—Ebony   Bquare  Pinno—
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District,
District ol Wesl Kootenay.
lake notice that I ua McCartor. ol
Revelstoke) H.i'., Spinster, intends to
apply for permission lo purchase the lol-
lowing described land'
Commencing at n post planted on tho
east bulk ol llie ColumbU River at the
North-west corner ol Lol 83O1, Group 1,
Kootenay District, and marked "l.ti.i
McCnrter's Boulh-wost corner posl,"
thence east lo chains thence north 80
chains; thence west 4O chains more or les:*
10 iln* east bank ol llic Columbin Kivor
Ihence Bouth along the east bank of tlie
Columbia Kivei Hu chains more or les**. lo
llic point of eoiuiui-iii'enH-iit, coin.lining
.izo acres more or less.
ETTA MoOARTER,
Hy her agent, Albert Foreland.
Dated lath August, 1910,      au   17 2111
THE    CITY   OF    CALGARY.
re-
the
to
H.B.K.
BRAND.
Patent
Ripless Gloves
have extra pieces of leather
on the finger-tips, which
hide the (earns and protect the stitching. Neat
and Comfortable and
CANNOT RIP
LlqUUR ACT, l'JIO.
(Section 42.J
NOTICE is hereby given that,   on
the lirst day ol December next,     application will  be maoe to the Superintend nt of  Provincial Police for    a   _______^^^^_____^__^
renewal  of  the hotel  license  to    Bell NOTICE,
liquor by retail in the hotel known Notice is hereby given that, on tho
as the Criterion hotel, situated at flrst day of Ueccmi,er next, appliea-
Camborne, In the Province of British  tjon will  bc mado t0 tho     Buperln-
■
N'OTH
lay  .,f  Dei
•
ntendenl ;,,r   n
to    »••!!
known
a-i  the  Hotel   Beat
*
Columbin.
Dated this 1 Ith
HN  A    i'ii
Oct,   'tit Nov,   17 i-ant.
Columbia,
Dated  this llth day of Oct.,  l'JIO.
P. T.  ABEY,
Oct 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, IMO.
ectlon 42.)
IE  Is  hereby  given  that,    on
•    lay of December next,    ap-
:.   will  be  made  to the  Super-
it ol Provincial Police   tor a
■ :.  '.•!   license  to    sell
•iui   .a  the  hotel known
situated  at  Cam
1 the Pro' itice ol Bnti* b Oo
lumbla,
lay of Oct., 1910.
II. G.  WARES,
Applicant.
SEALED    TENDERS   will   bo
cived by  the Commissioners ot
ity  ot  Culgary, and addressed
the  undersigned, marked,
BINDERS FOR STREET RAILWAY
TIES    AND    POLES,
ntil   tho  seventh  day   ot  November,
next,  at  12 o'clock,   Noon,  tor    supplying  lhe Oity  with ties and    poleB
I or extension to tho Municipal Street
Sweet, musical    tone,     and     easy   iiaiiw„v
touch,   full  full  lompust seven  and 1    ,.*,,,'.,    , „    ,
".. I   *ull    particulars  and  specifications
may  be had on application    to    tho
lommissioucrs,    City    of     Calgary;
marked  cheque covering      flve      per
cent,  of tho amount of  tho bid must
accompany euch  tender.
Tho    lowest   or any    tender     not
necessarily accepted.
U-utod  at Calgary,  September 28th,
1919.
W.  D. SPENCE,
a halt octaves. A suitable instrument for beginners. We must
close it out at once nnd to do so
we hnve reduced tho price to $05.00
easy terms it desired.—Revelstoko
Music Store,  d. Bingham mung.
ten,lent ol Provincial Polico for renewal of thc hotel licenso to soli
liquor by retail in the hotel known
ns thc Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in thc Province of Brit.oh
Columbia.
I   Dated this 10th day of Oct. 1910.
W. J. L1UHTBURNE,
Oct 12 Nov 12 Applicant.
City Clerk.
NOTK K   TO    I RKDITOR8.
•
nil
the    Matter ol    the Estate
deceased
.en   that
. 1. Ing    claims
,,l   Tlioiniis   Mm
toke, li. C ,     de
lievelstoke     on
lay  ol  li '  uu,' 1,
lend     to
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 42.) I
NOTICE  is hereby  given  thnt,    on
he  lirst day ot December next,    np-
dicatlon  will bc made to the Supor-
ntendent  of  Provincial   1'olico for a
cncwnl   of   the  hotel   license  to    Bull
Iquor  by   retail   in   the  hotel  known |
as the Halcyon hotel, situated     at Dated Sept
lalcyon,   in   the  Province  ot  British
Columbia.
Dated  'ins 10th dny ot Oct., 1919.
WM. BOYD,
Oct.  15 Nov  17' Applicant.
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF AN \V-
PLICATION for the issue of a duplicate Certificate ol Title to Lot
12,     Block  6, Town of    Re/ols'.oke
.ii,].  686),
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Tako notico that W. B. Robertson,
of Revelstoke, occupation, Insurance
agent, intends to apply for permission to purchnso the following described lauds.
Commencing nt a Post planted at
the north cast corner of Lot 2772,
running north 40 chains, thence west
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thenco east 40 chains to tho point
of commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
6, 1910. 8.17-N16.
LIQUOR   '
(Section   I
NOTICE is hereby given  that,
the   lirst.  ,!ay   of   *
undersigned      Boll Iton  foi   Thomas     NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ti.at
■  ' It   I   '*f llie Last Will il   is  my   intent,on   to  issue  it      thi
.   from expiration of ono month aftsr     Ibe
on d .' their claims, Di 1     publication hereol t * tplloato |
a;, ami        tbat ol the Certificate "f Title   : i     tu
plication will be run*,1.
int.endent  ol   Pro 8 foi     a
enowal ol the :■ . . 1 to sell
liquor by * "t.i i in ; he hotel known
as tha St, Leon hotel, situated at
St, l.eon, m the Province ot British
Columbia.
Dated this loth dny   2 Oct.,  1910,
aid     i'.* t itot above mentioned lot In the name of
tbe   said ibomaa    ,!.    Graham, which Certifl,
■ ni tied th t" 1 ii.'    ni dated the 25th of January,
.,; ,*    to   tbo ' i ", an I numbered 501K,
M
Oct 15 Nov  17
GRADY,
Applicant.
of which sal lor   Hhall
have thi n  rod   .> d  notice.
Dated Oetobei   12th, I KM.
UAH. I. t    M"   U'.TKK  A   PINKHAM
Bollcitoi . [i i    1 Executor.
Oct. 15, Dec. 17.
SAMUEL   RAE,
Distiict  Registrar,
Land Rtgf iti v Oflloe, Nei*.on,   u  i ,,
October 16th,  1910,
Use re   Harvey, MeCarter lie Co.,
Uunistere,   Revelstoke,   li. 0.
CANCELLATION OF  RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given   that   the
reserve  existing  upon  tho  InndB embraced in Rpecinl Timber License No.
5848,  situnte ln    Kootenay District,
cancelled, nnd that the said lands
will bo open lor location under,    the
provisions ol tho "Land     Act"     at
midnight on December 22nd,  1910.
ROBERT A.  RENWIOK,
Deputy Commissioner  of  Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th September, 1010, td
'OUND—Purse containing money, on
McKenzie Avenue. Owner may
havo Bamc by proving property
and pnying for this advertisement.
Apply Mail-Herald Office.
XAMINATION      FOR   INSPECTOR
OF     STEAM  BOILER    AND
MACHINERY. '.
EXAMINATIONS for the poBltlon
ot inspector ol Stenm Bollors and
Machinery, under tho "Steam Boilers Inspection Act, 1910," will bo
held at the Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, commencing November 7th,
1910. Application nud Instruction
forms cun bo had on application to
the undersigned, to whom tho former
must ho returned correctly llllod ln,
not Inter thnn October 34th, 1910.
Salary $180.00 per month, Increasing
ut thc into ot 15.00 por month each
year to u maximum of $180.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspoctor of Machinery,
New Westminster, B. O.
1st Sopt. to Oct. 20.
NOTICE.
Revelatoke Laml Disdict.
District of West Kootenay,
Notice is hereby -given that 00days
after date heieof 1, Ernest Edward
Hall, of lit ii'l'oiil, Kiigliu.il, occupation utiliili cl, iiiiiiiii lo apply to tbe
c liii'l ( oninilsstotitr 11' Lands, for permission to purchase the lollow ing described lauds:
Coiniiiiiiiiiig at a post planted at
Ihe south-wed corner of 11. J. lly-
lianis' pre-emption, Galena Bay, West
Ivooli'iiay   District,   U.I'., ami mill kill
"Ernest Edward Hall's N. E oorner
post," thence40 ehains soiiih; ihence
80 chains west; llieuce 211 i'h,tins north;
t hence lu chains cast: thence 211 chains
north; theuce 20 chains east to point
of coniiiieiieeiiii'ui, containing in till
loo sores more or less.
Dated this ISib day of June, 1010.
Krnkst Edward Hall,
uug IU Olid H  C. Il.ul, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laml Distiict,
Distiict of Wesl Kootenay.
Take notice that Charles A. Barnum,
of Revelstoke, 11. 0., occupation,
ci uisi'i'. Intends to apply for permission
lo purchase tbe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post plnnl eil on
tbe trail leading trom MoCullough
Creek to FrenohCreek,abouta-tjuarter
of a mile distant nml in au eiistcily
direction from Goldstream, tuaiked
"S. A. Barnum's North East t'oinei";
thence soiiih 8(1 chains; ihence west
80   chains;   theuce   north   80   ehains;
thence east 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 acres,
more or less.
Charles August Barnum.
Datt'd August '2nd, llllll.
NOTICE.
Revelstok-p I and D'strict.
Disl iii'l of i\, sl i.ooli'iiay.
Take nolice that John *S. Barnum, of
Revelstoke, U. C, occupation cruiser,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands)
Commencing at a post planted on
the trail leading linn, McCullough
Creek lo French! reek, about a quat ter
of a mile distant ami in an easterly
direct mn from Goldstream tnaiked
'•J. S. Barnum's North-west Corner
I'osl; Ihencn south 80 chains; llieuce
i ast 80 chains; thence noi ill 80 chains;
theuce west 80 chains to the place of
commencement containing 040 acres
mine or less.
John S. Barnum.
Dated August 2nd, 11110.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kin.!* ne *i
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates given on any class
of work.
Front     Street.
Still Doing Business
Headquarters for Bulbs.
Two tons just arrived.
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. R. McDougall,  -    Manager
0.
JOBBING CARPENTER
Phone 276
Repairs Promptly
attended to
Work Shop
Juttback of
Skating Rink Fa;* T
Wl'iDNlOHDAY, OCT, 26TH,   HMD.
THE MAIL-IJETULD, REVELSTOKE, B C
Page 6
LOOK!
LOOK
AM)
R 1S A D !
Actual comparison of tttiRtem Catalogue prions, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PKICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
ii
II
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
u
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
it
li
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
ii
tl
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
ft
13.00
ii      ii      ii
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
ti
u
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
it
fl
5.20
Bed
5.35
681b.
1.59
6 94
ii
H
7.20
Dominion Spring
240
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
li
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
u
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
ii
ii
16.50
We make our profit by Bhipping in cur loiul lots, thereby saviug freight rates, Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not Bpeclfied in this lint to our store and we
will prove our ••tatenienlH.    Ki'itieiulier we deliver goods anil eel up free from lirenkage.
It.  HOWSON  .v..  CO    -    REVKIJ3TOKE, B. C
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL. D.   D.C.L.,  President
ALEXANDER LAinD,  General Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,CC0,CC0   RESERVE FUND, 06,000.000
HLAD OrriCL: TORONTO
LONDON. ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, EX.        NEW YORK: 16 Exchaote Place
A\EX1C0 CITY: AveniJa San Francisco. No. 50
In addition to tho offices named above (he Bank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including oil lhe must important cities)
and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH —A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIM1TKP.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    H.  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      PEOP.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
UucJer Now,Management^
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SNOWSHOES
New', Line
Stirrup  Attached
$6.50
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Fruit, Candies, C'g irs,Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
SIGNS
All kinds
Reasonable Prices
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenlencei
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
COAL!  COAL!
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-.   IROBBIItsrS
FIRE, I.ll-lv AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE,    PHONE   60
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Bv gage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office—Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phono 276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       Night can 71
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. ami Robcon Avenue
UNION HOTEL
ARUOVHKAI), b. c.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest Hcenery in Brilisli Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK    SHOP—
Oonnaught Avo.   •   Rovelstoke
CEMENT BLOCKS
Macofaotnrai fof ah cis»aei nf  boildluffi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK.-
For s*le in Urn <>r imnll qfantl Ion
at tha lowest pricM furoKih
All kinds of I'ii Him;  nml plutlflog
ui.dertuketi
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Mrs. Hermann Minney
Teach   of Vojce. Piano a r Organ
Pupil", prep   ed for Toronto Conservaloi \
"l Music
I.i Kxiiiliiniilions.
Studio:   Second Street
Trocure 8% yards BEST MA-
TERIAL obtainable. This quantity will make tho shirt
ROOMY, COMFORTABLE and
EASY TO WORK IN.
Sew all buttons on BY HAND
so they OANNOT COME OFF.
BAR-TACK all BUTTON
HOLES, then they CANNOT
BREAK. DOUBLE STITCH
AND ANCHOR all seams so
they cannot rip. The result will
be a truly well-made shirt. It
is cheaper, easier and better,
however, to BUY the
SHIRT
abo\
which  is  made  on  the
principles.
THE H.B.K. BRAND BUCK-
SKIN CLOTH SHIRT is a spe-
ciul line and has attached to it
a CUARANTEE D0ND, guaranteeing the shirt WILL NOT
RIP. Dealers are instructed to
replace without any charge to
you any H.B.K. BRAND BUCKSKIN CLOTH SHIRT WHIOH
RIPS.
'ANOTHERu
SHIRT   *,
5    y*J
Sold    by    leading    dealers
throughout Canada.
Made and guaranteed by the
HUDSON BAY   KNITTING  CO.,
MONTREAL.
107
Shirtmakers to
The Workingman.
©hanaoan College
Summerianb, .ib.g.
COURSES   FOR   I9IO-II
Preparatory; High School; Two
Year-? University; Business, Including Stenography ami Typewriting; Piano; Vocal.
Separate residences (or young
men and young women.
Well epulpped gymnasium.
l-'Ai.i. Term Opens Si:ft. 21.
I'or Calendar awl further particulars addiiss ilu- Principal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
NEW CP.R. TIMETABLE
The 0, P, H. winter time table
will go Into effect on October 30th,
nnil the trains will nrrlvo and depart ns follows from Revelstoke:
WESTBOUND,
No.  1, arrives     6:45
Send Your Orders
To tlu* undersigned lor
Famous Gait Coal
Fire, life and Accident Insurance
Full particulars <>( select building
lots given upon application
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Tho Papnl decron urging that children of seven yonrs nnd thereabouts
be. confessed nnd eecoivo communion,
linn been Bent out to the OathollO
hierarchy throughout the world nnd
the members of it nro required to in
■struct tho pastors In thoir respective
jurisdictions in thc new rules,
7:05 a.m.
No.  97,  arrives
7:15  p.m.
a.m., departs
6:55 p.m., departs,
EASTDOUND.
No. 2, arrives 12:30 midnight, departs  12:45 midnight.
No. 06, arrives 8:45 a.m., departs,
9:05 a. m.
South train lenves lievelstoke at 'J
a. ni., arrives Itevelstoke 5:25 p.m.
Trains No. r, and fi will bo discontinued.
Tho 0, P. It. havo now over thirty
new engines on this division, being
the  heaviest  In  Canada.
Every passenger train Is now installed with a portable telephone out
lit that can bc bitched onto tho
wires from the train at any place
nlong the lino in case ot emergency.
Coming Events
Oct. 24-25-26-27-28-29— Tho Jeanne
Russel Co. in repertoiro at thc
Edison Theatre.
Oct. 31—Informal Dance, under auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary B. o>'
R. T.
ct. 31.—"A Bachelor's Honeymoon"
Opera House.
Nov. 4—"Twelfth Night," Shakespeare's great somedy, at the Edison Theatre.
■lov. 12—Ladles' Royal Welsh Choir,
25 ladies from Cnidiil, Wales.
Beats $1.50, $1.00 and 75c, at
Edison Theatre.
lovember 18.—St. Peter's Ladies'
Guild entertainment, afternoon
and even.ng.     Opera Houso.
iee. 5—Opera Singers in "Managing
Mildred," direction ot O.P. Walker.     Edison Theatre.
>ecember 7.—Third Annual Mus-
querade Ball by Fire Brigado No.
One.     Opera  House.
an. 4—The Merry Musicians, direction of C. P. Walker. Edison
Theatre.
"•eb. 10—The Lyceum Players and
Slgnor RoTianilli, an Italian
harpist, direeiion ol C.P. Walker
Edison Theatre.
Jan. 21—"Stubborn
the Opera House.
Cenderella." In
Mails Close
as
The mails close at Revelstoke
ollows:
For eastern points—9 a. m.      and
p. m.
For western points—4:25 p. m, and
:45 p. m.
For southern  points—9 a.  m.
City mail boxes aro cleared weok
days at 7:45 a.m. and 3:15 p. in..
and Sundays at 3:15 p. m.
Pioneer Printer Suicides
Nelson, Oct. 18.— News received
from Prince Rupert states that Mr.
Pake, one ot the pioneer newspapermen of Nelson, has committed suicide
at Prince Rupert. He came to Nelson in thc early nineties and was
one of the founders of the Nelson
I Tribune, being associated with tbe
lato John Houston and the late Chas
Ink, of this city.
New
of tho
Chase,
Peter Pan to Marry
York, Oct. 21.—Announcement
engagement of Miss Pauline
the actress, famous as 'Peter
Pan' in Mr. Harrie's play, to Mr.
t'laudo Grnhnmo White, thc English
aviator, waB made tonight by Mr.
Charles Krohman, Miss Chase's manager.
Miss    Chase    lirBt met the aviator
nine yearB ago io London.
Dominion Forest Reserves
The greatest problem of Canadian
forestry today is the protection of
the forests from fire, and it is -one
that tho Forestry Branch ot tbe
Department of the Interior Is trying
hard to solve.
This protection has naturally been
more fully provided for on the -forest
reserves than on the immense areas
of forest which are still unreserved.
On theso reserves there is a force of
rangers, permanently employed, who
I keep up a constaut and careful patrol ol the bent assigned tbem. Like
the other rnngcrB, these post up notices (prinaed on a pntented Bort of
doth, practically Indestructible )
cautioning against tbe setting of firo
warn settlers in the neighborhood ot
reserves against carelessness In setting Urea to elenr land, or for other
purposes, and "keep tab" on campers and Bportsmen going into the reserves and imprcar on them the need
of caution in tho management of
camp-tires, matohes, etc.
But in a-dilltion to this special
measures have been put in practice
on the reBerves for the prevention of
llres. In a word these measures com-
I prise the burning and ploughing of
tire-guards, the making of roads, the
supervision of settlers in the making
of the slashings and the disposal of
the resulting brush and the supervision ol the Bpark-arreBters placed in
locomotives which pass through the
reserves.
In the early spring, when the snow
has gone from the open country, but
while it is still lying in the foreBt,
the rangers burn the grass along the
boundaries of thc reserves, so as to
prevent fires from coming from outside and getting into the reBerves. A
total of ninety-one miles of such fire
guards waB made on various Dominion forest reserves during 1909. The
rangers also supervise the burning
by the railways of grass and brush
along their rights-of-way
Ploughed fireguardB are also made
where possible, not only along tbe
boundaries of the reserves but also
in the reserves themselves. In making the»e guards a strip eight furrows wide is ploughed, and on tbe
danger side another strip, four furrows wide and distant from the first
strip four rods, is ploughed. The
strip between the ploughed strips is
disc-harrowed in spring and fall. Dur
ing last year the Cypress Hills reserve, in Alberta, was surrounded by
a guard of this discription, several
mileB of guard being constructed. Tbe
railways have also ploughed guards
along their lines where these cross
the reserves.
As opportunity offers, the ranger*
construct roads through the reserves
These are found of the greatest usefulness in case a fire breaks out. Not
only can men and supplies be conveyed to ihe various parts of the reserve reached by tbe road with despatch, but the roads themselves will
often stop a fire, provided it has not
attained a large size. Where the
fire has reached large proportions,
the road can be used to back fire
from. Along the roads, too, the
rangers can more efficiently patrol
the areas under their charge. During
1090 almost two hundred miles of
road were cut along the boundaries
of the reserves, at an average cost
for a road nine feet wide of {12.73.
Eleven miles of sixteen-foot raod-
way was also made into the interior
of the Moose Mountain reserve in
Saskatchewan, and 78 mil-es of road
cleared in the Porcupine reserve,
By these and other measures the
management of the reserves, ia striving to do away with the constant
menace of fire. Further information
on these and other points may be
obtained in the annual report of tbe
Superintendent of Forestry ( especially in the report of the Inspector
of Forest Reserves) which forms part
of thc annual report of the Department of the Interior,  lately isBU-ed.
Let the Asiatics Come
London, Oct. 25.—The Times says
thero never hna boon thc slightest
doubt but that the western provinces are destined to bc populated
and developed by Europeans. When
Its future Is so w?U assured tho Canadian west can adorn to contemplate with calmness and without fear
the trickle of Asiatic immigration in
to their huge territories. It will nev
cr liecome a torrent, and may be
reasonably expected to diminiBh.
Sbi/ohb Gure
mitcltly stops rnnrfhs,   cares colds*  head
(be thrust and lungs*     t fl i     310 cmots
The Bishop's Chariot
A prominent Bishop In the west
has arranged, we understand, to
make a tour ol hiR diocese in a
motor car next sprinb. The tour
represents a large area and will
occupy only a few Ateks motoring,
instead of the usual long period.
Lord, how tho gospel does fly these
dnys,
In clouds of dust with a petrol hase^
(But it     rather tgkes    away      your
breath     when you think of the Man
of Nazareth.)
The Bishop travels by fire and gas,
The Prophet rode on an humble ass.
Or trudged along In the wayside dust
Yes,     he was slow but he got there,
Just the same as the Prelate grimed
and hot,
Who rides in his fiery chariot;
Frightens     a    row    with    his every
Bound, and wakes tbe dead with the
horn's dread sound. Pag*
MAIL-HERALD  KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26TH, 1910'.
Exclude Foreign Lumber
Western Canada will no longer be
the dumving ground lor the surplus
output of American sawmills. Uy the
terms of agreement reci ntly entered
into between the retail dealers iu
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta
and the British Columbia Lumber
and Shingle association representing
the Coast mills, and the Mountain
Lumber Mills association, representing the sawmills ol the Interior, tin-
prairie retailers will no longer handle any lumber originating in tho
I'nited  States.
The arrangement is likely to prove
very effective in excluding tho Amerl
can product uh the millmen t" tbe
south, quoting low  kriees for   their
surplus stocks, would lie unable to
stand the expense ol establishing In
dependent yards of their own In tho
Canadian prairie regions, This will
mean that the Mountain and Coast
millmen will be enabled to ship an
nually at least two hundred million
additional feet of lumber to thc
markets  east of the  Itockics.
53W>"*"'**wr •-'"." *** ,i
|els only  by  being n prince,      In    the
South   African  war he served   in    the
om it  department,  which  is noted
rn- Its opportunities for hurd work,
thnn for an easy life and spectacular
display.
Lately the Prince had become in
crested in hospital work and he
pent the last few years in a great
and successful effort to free the
Middlesex  hospital from debt.
A Great Attraction
At the Lyric last night "Twelfth
Night" made a big hit. It is Shakespeare's ideal comedy, and judging
by the laughter and applause it succeeded in pleasing immensely. Says
the Calgary Albertan.
Wm. Yule, as Sir Toby Belch, kept
everybody in roars of laughter. Miss
Violet Eddy as Viola, was very pleas
ing, and also Miss Young as Olivia.
Mr. Edwards, as Malvolio, played his
part successfully and tho other mem
bers of thc company were good. The
scenery and costumes were very beau
tlful und all together it was a sue
cessful performance.
Canada Lacks Sentiment
"I am not in favor ol lire crack-ei
patriotism such us we find m Bomi
countries, but the tune has come
when we, as Canadians, must real,/.,
that our Indifferences to the develop
ment ol a national sentiment is los
tering conditions which are a mi liaco
to our national lite."
■Such wus the loudly applaud ,1
statement of Judge Midlines at tin-
Trafalgar Day celebration at Van
couver on Friday last.
"It is impossible," went on the
speaker, "to visit cafes and theatres
in Vancouver without having thc
tlttgs and the rulers Of other coun
tries thrust upon you. (Great ap
I'lause.) Vet when we as Britishers
have an opportunity of asserting OUI
patriotic .sentiment, our attitude has
been almost Invariably one "I indil
fcrence."
"All this must change," declared
Judge Midlines emphatically,
October Rod and tun
Big game hunting is to the fore li
the October Issue ol Rod and G
Canada,   published   by  \\     1    T
limited,  Vi Istock, Ont., and
men     intending to try thi turn
in  the w Is this  season    « ll    find
the number particularly
loth stories and    Illustrations     are
bound to find  responsive echoes  with
all hunters.   In eaeh  issue the  *
ences related are personal and  I
fore tar more  interesting -han      any
imaginary  tales.   In   addition  to    big
game stories there are numeroul
tractive    papers     dealing with    ther
phases of outdoor life and both    the
Moose, deer, gn/./.lies, mountain lions
and wolves are  all  told  about       nnd
east and west ,.f Canada ■
tentinn  in  this  way.      A   finely
tinted account  of  the
shooting meet  at  Montreal
,*1   Canadian ip< 11 in a mn      *
ihis issue, confident of Hndinic   i
its pages somethlt
whatever mny be tl
rlination
variety of
able an I pi
continued  mii*1  wide     ■
by the Magazlni
vantages  and  poisibilttlei
Queen's Brother Dies
London,  Oct,  86,   Pi Ini -  f   * *
Teck,  brother i<!     Ql :,   Mai .
shortly  after  11  o'clock  on  Hal
morning.   He  had   been   ill   lor
time with plcuriHy.
The  King and  queen  were at.    the
bedside.
Thc condition of the Prince became
extremely    critical   enrly       He    hail
reoently undergone two operations,
H. R. II. Prince Francis .1* i p
T.eopoM Frederick ol Teck, K.r, v
0., H. -S. 0., w-ns the second *;"n of
the late Duke of Teck, nnd hrothet
of Queen Mnry, Born in 1 »~f: he en
tere.l the army through Sandhurst
nnd  served   with  distinction   in       th
Houdan campaign, and £ it tho Boer
war, where he won hia D.H.O, He
was not a Boldler who wou his lauf-
Canadian National
Apple Show
AT VANGOUVKU
Oct. 31st to Nov. 5
Special   Low   Hates   from
all points in  11. 0, at
Single Fare For Round Trip
Tickets on Sale from Oct.
20 li to Nov. Hnl. Pinal
ri I urn limit November IHh
For    fiiiiliei'   particulars
Apply to
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lUckfl A-.;!.. c.l'.R.        A.C.I'.A .
Kevi lsloke. Vaiu-oiivei
NOTICK.
Notice In hereby given thu the
partnership heretofore existing be
twoon the undersigned and can ied on
under the tirm name and slyle of the
West Kootenay Steam Laundry Com
puny, has this day I.e. ti dissolved by
iniitunl consent, Mr. W, 11. Rotmrtson
withdrawing from the partnership,
Tho business in future will be carried
on under the same lirm name by
Messrs, Karl Barraclough and W. G,
Sheiiicr, who will assume and pay-
all liabilities of the Into partnership
lirm ami all debts due tho Into linn
re  payable  lo  them
w. li. Robertson,
Karl Barraclough.
Wiiil tl.   Shearer.
Witness,   Ceo.   S.   McCnrter.
Buckskin Cloth Shirts
Cannot Rip
Thii tealed guarantee i> attached to
each H.B.K. Buckskin Cloth Shirt
Your Dealer Sells Them
M.V V WILL ami I-ALF.!.I.F. 'ill BERT
A Bad ■ I "'- H Opera House
Monday, < 'etcher 01
Amen Holden  Shoes
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nro tr.ur.h
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fi
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ly imper-
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hoes,
They are * dependable sh<rf> on tali
this Province to-day.
ASR   FOR
AMES-HOLDEN SHOES FOR  MEN
; cannot get more '"it. of n boot than the
maker has put Into it, and that Is why wi
ll    the t/n,ilily of tht   IffWI Ild Inn Shoes
W0 know what ■• • have put    to
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
NTING
OME
cTWAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery. Our
stock gf  printing  papers is large
and  well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
oMenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards ■ Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash WEDNESDAY, OCT. 36TH, HMO.
HE MA1L-HERA.L1), REVELSTOKE- BC
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Paft 7
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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.
Revelstoke's
Store
C. £. jfume 8t Co.. limited
Holiday Linens
for Thanksgiving
The Dainty Housekeeper's
Delight—Fancy Linen, pure
snowy white, direct from the
natural grass bleacheries of
thc "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,   napkins,
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
geat 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.
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
15c. and 20c.
flinty Hi Pins
The new Shell Braid Hair
Pins, fine large pins, smooth
finish, round or square ends
at 3 for 25c. or each
IOc.
A dream of beauty are the
New Fall Ribbons, in the
wide fancies for Children's
Hair Bows, otc. The shot
effects, Roman stripes, the
watered and moire effects
are particularly attractive at
25c. to 50c.
S
Patent Leather Belts are the
most notable addition to the
little accessories that go to
make up a completely dressed
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.
Wools and Yarns
Double Berlin Wool, all colors for knitting Bedroom
slippers. Single Berlin wool
German town wool, Saxony
wool, Shetland Floss wool,
Ice wool, Andelusian wool.
Zephyr wool, and the common Knitting Wools at
$1 a lb.
Canned fruits
Singapore Pineapple in No. 2
cans, sliced, 20 cents
Singapore Pineapple in No. 2
cans, cuber, 20 cents
Tartan  Brand Strawberries,
Raspberries, Peaches, Pears,
and Plums   in heavy syrup,
21bs.   25 cents
The best on the market today
M Apples
SEE OUR
CORNER
WINDOW
jams and Jellies
Strawberry Jam 51b. pails 65c
Raspberry Jam    " 65c
Plum Jam "     "   65c
Peach Jam "     "   65c
Assorted Jellies " " 65c
21b cans best Scotch Marmalade—30 cents.
This is a real bargain,
sure you get in early.
Be
Canned Meats
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 luSch
Chicken and Tongue, in 21b.
glass jars—a dinner for four.
Chicken Breasts in. glass—
nice for salads or lunch.
Libby's Chipped Dried Beef
in glass, Roast Beef, Corned
Beef, Roasl Mutton, Boiled
Mutton, Ox Tongue and Jellied Tenderloin.
Table Delicacies
Tobasco Sauce, Holbrook's
Sauce, Lea & I'errin's Sauce
Punch Sauce, Chili Sauce,
Hientz India Relish, Hientz
Tomato Ketchup, Sweet Pickles, Mandalay Sauce. Everything to make your meal
tasty.
Pork and Beans
On Monday and Tuesday we
will give you a bargain in
this line:
For No. 1 Cans, 3 for 25c.
" "2 "2 •' 25c.
"   "3       "2   "  35c.
Does your boy need a new
suit? If he does, bring him
to us. It is only fair to
yourself to see the best line
of boys' clothing'on the Canadian market—The College
Suit, as shown in accompanying cut.
We have it in grays, browns,
blues and stripes. The coat
is fully stayed and padded
with all seams filled. The
very best of matei ial is used
both inside and out. Double
breasted with all the same
map and quilt style of the
men's up-to-date suits. The
pants are full bloomer with
strap at bottom and bolt
We carry these suits from
sizes 28 to 35.
$6 to $12
Don't forget that " Lion
Brand " Knickers have double seats and double knees.
You can't go astray on them.
Both plain and bloomer effects in all shades and fabrics.    Prices
50c. to $1.75
Mining, Contractors, Campers and Tourist Supplies.
All orders put up and parcelled by experts to insure
safe carrying and packing.
for Men, Women
and Children
We have just received our
season's stock of felt slippers
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.
Oc
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 2J to 7.   Price
$1.75 per pair
Children's Felt Strap Slippers, lock stitched 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 Felt Juliettes, in
brown and red, fur trimmed,
felt sole, at
85c. per pair
Men's Felt Bomeos, leather
sole, lock stitched, dark and
light plaids, extra value at
$1.35 per pair
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
LadieB' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Department- 2nd Floor.
This Benson we have a magnificent line of Ladies' Long Coats,
the new "Princess" coats with
long roll shawl collars. Prices
are around * 15 and $20. TIIE MATL HERALD REVELSTOKE, B 0
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2GTH, l'JIO.
NEW FALL STOCK
Dress Goods
Tweed effect, heavy weight, just  wind
require for winter.  Selling Price 40c.
Plai   Cloths, 10 inches wide, selling at
Sweater Coats
Women's  Sweater   Coats,   length  30
-.  in brown,  grey,   navy,  cardinal
and while.    Price   $3.00.
dren's Sweater Coats, ages 2 to 16
: s.   Price $1.00 up.
Underwear
Mens Shoes
We carry a large stock of Shoes, heavy,
- citable for Fall wear, a large range of
Bizes,
For women at popular prices, close fitting, elastic ribbed, vest and  drawers
7.V. 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.
B. G. fire Chiefs
The fourth nnniinl convention id
the Uritiah Columbia association ol
Fire Chiefs nnil Firemen convened in
Cranbrook last week, These gather
in^s of the tire chiefs ol the province are ot considerable  importance.
Chief McDougall, nf Fernie, In a
brief address, remarked that their
gathering was unique in many re-
Bpects, Thoy were a body     of     men
exemption of firemen trom payment
of tho poll tax. Several members
participated in this, the t.nlversnl
opinion being that firemen were just
as entitled to exemption as joliee
and militiamen. After various
phases of the qllostton and been
threshed out, it was uaanimu'inly
agreed that the executive committee should submit a letter to tho
minister of finance calling bis attention Ic this mattor nnd urging that
nil firemen be exempt from the p. 11
tax.      it  was  also  resolved        that
whose side objocl  was   bo protection   ,,,,,.1,  ,*„.,, ,hk,f ahould take lhe milt>.
REID ®> YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERftL
.*.    J,  Curtis,  I'iano  tuner, will be
ilstoke about October 28th.
Vi.   B.   Robertson    bus    withdrawn
m partnership In the West Koote-
;.   .-team Laundry.
•• The Tl.iei" hy Henri Uernslnii.the
g- itest di iiuatic sensali'in of the age,
will he tbe offering of The Jeanne
R .--.ll Co. on Friday night, Oct. 28.
Mr. A. Tyrrell, representing the
Maple I.-af Milling Co. of Tolvnto
lerior, is in town opening a
w i i; mse for his company here,
Surse Arnold deBlres to take engagements in ireneral or maternity
work. ated   Midwife.      Terms
rate— Address, Third street,
rner of F m avenue, RevelBtoke
No play in tecenl years bus caused
the sensation in New York uiul London, as II* mi Bernstein's drama "The
Thief," which will be offered hy Ihe
Jeanne Russell Co, nl ibe Kdison
i     ■ ■ on Friday night, ■ let. 28tb.
Amnesia a a disease Bays the Province that appears tu bc   spreading.
It (-.fleets the victim ln diilrront ways
Bome forget their names, others
where they live, and not a few how
much they owe.
Th - Ji unu.. Russell Company, prom
isestoexcel anything in a dramatis
nay ever produced in Revelstoke is
here. They offei "The Thief" on
Pridav night.
The Maple I.- il Milling Co., Limited
of which Mr. D. C. Cameron, tie well
known lumberman, i- president, nre
establishing wholesale distributing
warehouses in the interior of B. C for
their King's Quality Hour. Their Kev
* - ke warehouse is now > pi-u for
business. The Company have recei tly
a iquired the Whi it i IJ Mill al Hran-
d m. Man., foi theii B. ft hushies-a,
Th ■ daily outpul ■• Iheir mi'l- il Sl
Catberiane-j, Th irold, Porl < "lb i n *
ami Kenoi i in Oi lai i". and Brandon,
Man., is Di   i    vel 13, -00 b u rels daily.
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet givon Purity Flour a trial we
would s uggest you doing so if you wish to procure the bent
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
rang'ng in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
l the lives and property of* tlie
fellow citizens, nnd no other organization exclusively stood fur such
principles.
lie went on to congratulate the
cily uf Branbrook upon having mado
a move in the direction of abolishing
the voluntary firo brigade system
in tbc appointment of a paid nre
chief,
Secretary Brock read a paper by
ex.Chief Dcasy, of N'elson, who, unfortunately, was absent, entitled
"Only a Fireman," it pointed out
the risks the fireman takes. tho
onerous nature of his duties, and thc
little recognition he received,
Hun. Chief Fink, remarked that
the paper once again drew attention
to thc fact that the lire brigade
was far too often looked up ill as of
secondary Importance only. While
there wore no lires, no interest wns
shown in it. When a lire occurred
then everyone tallied lire brigade for
a few days, but the interest was
sunn none.
' OhlefMcDougall sai.i firemen should
have better recognition. When a
call occurred no member knew il he
would ever return. Tlie risks were
great,  the  reward,  nothing.
The secretary then rani Chief Mc-
Dougall's paper entitled "Prevention
of Fires." The president remarked
Us soundness and added that he
hoped the provincial government
would insist that the railway companies use screens on their smoke
stacks.
Chief Wand spoke of thc desirability of building proper  dividing walls
In* up with the local member of the
legislature and secure Iub support. It
was further resolved to communicate
wiib Provincial Fire Warden Cla.l-
win, and ask him to eo-oper-tto with
Uie lire chiefs in this effort.
The local delegates Asst. chiefs
Needham und Brock, report having
been well entertained at Cranbrook,
and claim that much i;ood will bo
gained by such conferences.
COLD
WEATHER
It the Empire
An exceedingly clever presentation
uf the farce comedy "A Baeholor's
Honeymoon," was given by tho
Gil-son nnd 'llrndlield company at the
Empire inst, evening, Playing under
a serious handicap (Miss Aiusworth,
tbc lending lady, was prevented from
playing through illness), they succeeded in maintaining a continuous
round of merriment, from start to
finish, nnd Ib'.'reby attained thc aim
nml end nt farce comedy. Broad
humor, clever burlesque, these are
the essentials of success, and these
the company are capable of in nn
unusual  degree.
The action of the play centres
round the personalities of a widower
and a lady Bratehlle, the oynocure
of gilded youth in a New York theatre, to wdiom he has been secretly
married, nnd the qunndry in which
tbe pair are placed on receiving unexpected visits from thc bridegroom's aunt (a ,ady of the strictest sect of rbarisees, but withal a
lady of fortune, whose good Will
the eouiile naturally dei-ire to gau
Insurance
Is one of the  most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look  aftor  this  branch   of
the business for you.
Kootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
between     the     adjoining    buildings.
These, he said, should     be of 4 inch The bridegn otxi's unexpected twir
concrete or 9 inch brick.    Regarding daughters nnd    two if    lhe bride'.-
said, former flumes, provide material foi
chimney stacks, these, he
should actually be of ll inch brick.
Too often plans showed them ns being ,vf such dimensions, but the contractors only built to I inch, trusting that the inspector would not diB
cover the discrepancy.
| Chief Needham turned to the question of sparks from engines. He had
no doubt that the engines left the
shops   wiib   proper     stark       screens.
Il<
wever,  he wns of  the
a Bevies of situations laughable   in
tlie extreme,
M-B Mucy Will, who played the
double part of the maidservant nnd
Juno Arbuckle of ibe New York
billboard-i. Is nn extremely clever
and verea'ile fa ion comedy actreps,
and she   li led   Miss   .VnsworttiV
opinioa
that  place with uncommon success.
I'l •!-■   No ,    The    tt I n    ii
q   e-   lb  ir uu.   (« In l„*   in   |i md   .,;
o'clock mIiiii p.
Business locals
Ul kinds ol safety ra    rs at B in lie's
Bone bl inki ts, lap i dies, bai ni ss,
el   . al 11      ne 1 li is,
Bl ie   gra| lenl   for   tvini s,
:■•:.*..: etc., pel   baski t
•Mi'*
FOl'N'D    Ladies gold pin, Bame may
•'       by  pio\ing pro-
r this nol ii e.
ND   P   kel l k counting sum
ui iy lie li nl by pa) ii -
: • in ni    M ill-Herald,
Athletic World
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; i-ari b great •  -lie Bdi-
son Theatre.
PRESCRIPTION
SUGGESTION
i very phj >ii
preparation and formula foi
certain diseases that he uses
exclusively. "ur Store is
equipped to I iki care "I anj
iretcription tbat maj come in.
Ve make a   »pei ialti   of this.
;•
vv
Bews Drug Store
High Class Company
The .I.■.Illli.'     ||
ineiiceil *i   week
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i omeilii's of  the ilay ii
• d wiib iiiiipi i,Hi - i - i      --    M
'- Cousin l\ ite d
■ i'liu ii y talent    u  I his
■ i jtj le "t iii't I
ii bile Willi   a   ihu none  si *
u.ue   hei    ill'.erpn    * *, u
as de igh fnllv   mil in
* i in*',*! ,i |i,n ,**.*. min It ol
ty ami Im vi	
nlu'. rn' plays nl on
I n.; thu u*--i
1.1 ■* I* eb' ih    ' i n    is
Ann* i call Ui rl      .. • -
larg   mii. in*,- -'
ti n bj ' ontiiiiie ,
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ii .   * luol "*'.      UYII  -up
;l In li . ill   Ci ln,i my    Mi'
had il in
large  b *n-e-   u I
played.
Pro
much up
Ihechiel '
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than
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ticket* 11.00 td
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sooner or later they were removed,
or made useless, in order to Kivc a
good draught to the engine. He
hop-,! tho government 'would   take
steps to enforce the use of proper
screens at all times and so prevent
tbat cause of Are.
Chief H.-illiie of the t'.l'.U. remarked that in regard to the abuse of
thc tu-.- screens as suggested by
Chief Needham the CP.R, had very
stringent rules and .any fireman or
eer found with a defective
was liable t,, instant, dis
mlsal.
3ei retai -.   Bi ock  read an article on
'Fire    Protection  in    Schools,    c,,l
ind Homes."     He added   that
Ugh   lb y   had   done    their    best
' re drills     made compulsory
as  far as  legislation was
matter was unfortun-
further ahead.  Bhlel
pai l thai  oi Fernie,       he
■ in  regularly,       Re-
u in* nl  ca I   out
■ '* ■ tees, when      a
■* *   basement, the
■■■   were all outald?
*   the lire
■ a-1,    ee    Hon. Chief
Forest  Fire i. '      in
that
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He
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J. H. Wilson, wh i took tho part
of Benjamin Baohelr, has a   horte
laugh, which in itself is irrit-istible
while the wnole piece is carried
along by its rollicking broad wil
und humor.
Tlie vaudeville iiim-i lightninp
sketches of an original type by
Charles A. Williams and lbe dance
and song Iiy Miss Will, were very
cleverly done.    Edition on Journal
The l'npnl decree urging that chil-
ren of seven years and thereabouts
e confessed and receive communion,
as been sent out to the Catholic
ierarchy throughout the world and
he members of it are required to in
truct the pastors in their respective
iirisdictions in the new rules.
With the coming of cold weather you will be needing 9iune nice " comfy" underwear. Yon will Ilml
our FLANNELETTE UNDERWEAR gaimeiHs
will mil you perfectly. They are well made, of good
material, without any "skimping" in the sizes. We
have a full line of Gowns, Drawers and Skirts, and
J on will Und the prices attractive.
Flannelettes and Kimona Cloths
h'or those who prefer lu make their own garments
we have a splendid assortment of Flannelettes, iu
all weights and colors, We have plain Saxony in
while, cream, pink and blue; ii splendid assortment
Of stripes, and a big variety of fancies. The Kimona
Cloth la lovely soft goods ami the colors are pretty,
Fancy Towelling
Our new Towelling is now ir. We have a lot of
pretty new designs and a lot of new patterns for
Btamping Ihe ends. We stamp Towels, Pillow Cases,
Centre pieces, Doylle?, ele,
Fancy Work Materials
Everything you need for Fancy Woik. A splendid
line of Tinted Cushion Tops and Centres, Table
Scarves, etc.
{.
m^a
gmum.
OK G    CJ   o   O        GOOD S.
Shi fobs Cure
quickly slops coughs, cures colds,  hen is
thc   throat and  lungs. -   •    -  '25 cents.
I hereby (jive nolice llmt on and
after this date I will not lie held
res| onsible ror the paym< nt of anv
debts contracted In any way in my
name without nn order d ily signed
by myself, for improvement"*) on my
pmienies or anything wba'Boever,
'inlil  fiirlber nmice.
ROBERT TAPPING.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good Bread
-nnd you should insist upon getting llie best at all
im.s--Mel on,,. Our reputation for good bred is not
the result of chance. Our customers are satisfied that
inrs ,s ibe ,„ost -satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and you will I, ,„. a regular uudtomer.   Our
t.eocenes aie also in keeping Willi our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
In the "NEW BOY" Last Week
Hie Amateur Dramatic Club demonstrated to yon the
excellence ol hnma talent,    fo the Grocery line let in
il. inons rale   In   you  lho  ailvaiitaife  of lioine   liuyi,,,..
I revloua to Bending out, |t.t „s giVi- you pi-loea.
Miss HI Wrigley
South K i nsini'.Ton, Kno,
Art  Master's Certificate
1*1  ; :  tn  receive
drawing nud
I **i pnrticiilai   appl) lo
MISS EDITH WRIGLEY
Cure Mrs  Hafljren
John Mclntyre & Son -1™
Neit Numo "      l
Thanksgiving Attraction, Opera House, Monday, October 31
tt
' ■ I IT  Wii in: Mil lid,I, i-l.'KM-'.vi Till. i,IM*' \l   flOYT THBATItK m,mmi,   -iiiiiss
A Bachelor's  Honeymoon"
WITH   \  VfKTROPOMTAN CAHTK \Nf) IIOHUKOVH 8CKNKUV
PEIOES,
BKATH n\ SM,l'i AT
MA'llUN Al.li'S lilllli S'liiltK
75C. 81 OO Sl.BO
Men's Fall Hals
We have just put in stuck a lar^e assortment
ol Stetson, Carter, Redmond, Pitt and
Headform ilais in stiffs and softs. To sec
them is to  buy one,   that is why we  want
yon to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We   have  prepared  ourselves   lo   meet   the
growing demand lor Shirts with soft, double
Cuffs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING:

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