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Vol 16-No. 80
REVELSTOKE. B. C. 0<M)I»K11 12, 1910
82,50 Per Year
WATCH THIS SPACE!
WE'LL MAKE A SMILE
WAS
ll,
YOU Ll'
>LEAKN«J
ftOMETHUW
Too.
A FROWN
i BEFORE
REVELSTDKE BQVS HaNORED;    ** «" ^
All   lU'vrlstiiUc will  welcome
till!
Presentation oi Royal Humane
Society Medals
return nf what hns undoubtedly boon
the lirst aggregation of dramatic tal
ml thut hns over visited thia city.
Namely the Allen Flayers, who os
tabllshed a record last winter in
Revelstoke by playing u full      ihroe
Verdict ot Coroner's Jury in ids
Julian Case
Tho    aclj itirnod     Inquoi i  on
llle
weeks' ongagomont  to  paekod  housos .doath of Prank Julian was   rosurflod
each night.    Tho -stylo ot plays pro- |iagt nlg]lt,     Throng i   the    whole
ducod by the Aliens are such     that
have greatly pleased tho  public     as ^^^^^^^^^^^
produced whicli throw  an.  lii hi
.he
ni ilie bv! lonoo    there   was    nothing
Th,'
Say!
DO YOU KNOW WHO I AM 7
WELL IF YOU DON'T, ASK SOMEBODY.
I'VE COME HERE TO STAY A FEW YEARS AND TELL
YOU WHERE TO BUY HARDWARE AND THINGS.      >.
I'LL DO SOMETHING  DIFFERENV   EACH WEEK.     LOTS
OF   MY   YOUNG   FRIENDS   ARE   GOING TO CUT ME OUT OF
HE PAPER EACH WEEK AND MAKE A SCRAP BOOK.   YOU
WIEL FIND THIS LOTS OF FUN.
I'M GOING TO PAINT THE WHOZE TOWN WITH OUR
PURE PAINTS. ASK ABOUT THEM. ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED OR REFUND THE CASH.
A large audience lille.l the Edison
Theatre on Saturday night to witness the presentation of the Royal
Humane  Society's  bronze  medals to
li. Calder nn.l J. Hedstrom.    Untort-   instanced by their enthusiastic
unately tho latter was nut  ol    town   tendance'during the lasl  engagement   tba solution  ol  lho murder
and  could not  receive his reward in   On this return visit, which will only   three Onlabrlana who h.ive lie n
last otic week nt   the Ellison Theatre   pected  "i   I. in.*  concern d       In      tho
tbis company  have a complete    now  aftalr woro produi   I,     their       ;
repertoire  of  hitch  class   plays,       llic   lieing  N,   Onrllno,   II.   Carl.nn   in I   \.
whole company being exceedingly Monteleono, Their evidence mowed
well balanced. Miss Verna I'Ylton thai they had come from Trail lo
will receive n hearty and warm re
ccption from the Rovolstoke tin
atre goers, who, without
have greatly admired   h u
public.      The  presentation   took place
between the two ovoning performances of moving pictures which show
cil Lieut. Sir Knrnest SbarUleton
and liis heroic dash for tbo South
Pole. The state wns appropriately
decorated     with tbe   national flag,
an.l His Worship the Mayor presided, t'. .1. South, superintendent i"™crs
ol the Vancouver Children's Aid
Society, who is t.hc Uritish Columbia representative of the Royal Humane  Society,  was present.
The Mayor, tn a few well chosen
words, referred to the heroic actions
of the two boys in saving the lite
of San-dy McRae Jr., who had fallen
through the ice last winter while
skating, describing how one bad lay-
en flat on the ice while the other
held on to his feet and with extreme effort and considerable danger
to themselves they had succeeded in
pulling McRae from the icy water.
It was one ol the rules of the Royal
Humane Society to make these presentations as public as possible, and
; through the kindness of the Edison
.Theatre, this opportunity had been
; taken when a large number of veo-
i pie were present. This was the
lirst time in the history of Revelstoke that such an honor had come
lo her citizens. The Society only
j rewarded acts of extremely bravery with its medals and in this case
both boys took their lives into
their own hands. Revelstoke shodld
be proud of her boys and it
duty of the boys to
get  work nn.l their moveaionls could
be accounted tor all  tho whilo    tUoj
i-M-i'Pi imi  hn,l  he. n  iu  Ihe city.     They      w.rn
dramatic   now winking on  the  CP.R.     iiectl i'l
 H ocally.
The reappearance of the popular ! Mrs. Shiirinia wns again culled and
Allen Players at the Kdison Theatre admitted Bhe could not really idunti
on Monday night was greeted with a fy the three ni.n she had Been on
full capacity house, who wci ■ highly  the day of September 21.
if    their
'• nthuslastic on the return
favorites  and  on  the  rise    of
curtain  gave evidence of theii-
preclatlon    by hearty applause,  Miss
Felton receiving a great ovation.
I   The opening bill on  Monday  was a
new     play    "The Defiance ol Doris,"
Written especially for     Miss    Felton,
Mr.  and  Mrs.  lin.sei  wero     called.
the  BrusCi  giving  evidence  as  to sharp-
ap-  Ing nn.l bringing tho axes hack     to
Julian's  house.   Mrs.   Bruscl      i  itod
that she had never seen  the      three
men belore who were     supposed      to
lm* e eilh .1 ai  her linns,'.
Mrs. Julian testified as     tn     her
aad was such that gave her a chance   being away from  the     city a      week
to display her Btipcrb emotional act-  previous to the murder, only return
ing for which she is justly famed.
The play was refreshingly new and
[original, containing some very strung
scenes, the whole ending in a manner
that was delightfully pleasing namely the consummation of true love
through all trials.
ing rn receipt  <.: a wire from Revel-
stoke.
A, GaUicano corroborated the
statements of the three Calabrians,
C, Ui. Gillan was present representing  the ciown  watching the r;is;'.
The coroner made a  brief summing
A great leature of the Aliens    this up nn.l the jury retired,  returning in
visit are the many handsome      and a few  minutes bringing  in a verdlcl
rich costumes worn by Miss    Felton, of  wilful    murder against some    per-
iwhich heighten her    rhnrming    stage son or persons unknown.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. LU
appearance. One of thc most pleasing details to all our local play-goers is the fact that the company
havea magnificent set of new and
was the ',',;n c'nsa scenery, which i> n most
cherish       thc   Wl*'come  sight here after  the
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized -      ■     $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5,575,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      5 mOOO.OO
Reserve        - 5,fao-,j00.O0
Branches or Agents at all principal points in'Canndu.
Agents in Groat Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. < 'hicago- First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Soattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
honor conferred upon them. The
Mayor then spoke briefly on
good work Mr. South was doing at
Vancouver for the cnildren of this
province. It was a great and valuable Work and Mr. South had labored nobly for the cause of the destitute. He deserved great praise
and more support than he had been
petting hitherto.
Mr. South expressed much plensure
at being able to visit Uevelstoke especially on such an occasion as this
and hoped that before long he
would have the opportunity of trilling the people all about the work
of the Children's Aid Society. In
[dealing with the object of his visit
here, namely the rewarding of brav-
jery, he pointed out that thc two
boys Calder nnd Hedstrom had acted coolly in carrying out their work
of rescue, which was typical of thc
Jpicture just seen,  namely  Sbackleton
id  familiar  old  collection
hor.
ol  rub-
Nearest tlie South Pole
A  packed  house witnessed tbe per-
formance of the thrilling pictures ol
Sn    Earnest     Bhackleton's     South
— ^^^ Polar Expedition,     produced nt   the
the bish that usually greets the eye of R,iM)n „„ SntlI,,lny ,„,,„. Tlu, fllmg
the audience;, this in itself is a thing vm sQme of Uu, |mi,s, ge(jn hcra y(jt
that goes to show how carefully thc jy^ 1,en,jsm nn;, nllt,1>nticity mak.
Aliens cater for the public's pleasure. The following are the plays'
that will be put ou here at tbc Kdison  during  thc  week:
very
•Thc
new
Fri-
i Tonight. "Dad's Girl," a
pretty story. Thursday night
Three of l's," a completely
comedy dramn of much merit,
dny night, "Zta?,a," the favorite play
which drew such a big bouse here
last winter. Saturday night " The
Man from Mexico." nnd n mntine:
on Saturday afternoon.
'    Special new  scenery and    costumes
i will be used at each performance.
The seating plan for Znza on Friday
night is now on view at Macdonald's
drug store, nn.l all who want to
sec  this    powerful  play   should  book
j their seats early,
| MISS  HOBBS.
Last night the Allen Players presented the laughable comedy " Miss
Hobbs"   to n Inrgc ond  appreciative
ing them boiibly interesting. The
scenes depicting the penguins were
particularly good and the whole series some of the best that have yet
been seen here. Mr. Dutton, the
lecturer gave an interesting account
of the expedition, describing the var
ion- incidents, making the whole in
structivc and more realistic. Tho
management deserve much commend'
ntion for their enterprise In a c irlng
these p ctures, which are the most
up-to-date of any yet shown in the
west.
and his fellow workers heroic pluck
displayed throughout their adventurous  trip  to  the  South  Pole.    Mr.
South detailed in brief the     account ^^^
two     boys I audience at the Bdlaon.    Thc    play,
which is a satyr en  woman's rights.
Fresh Oysters
Arriving   Twice-a-week
Finnan Haddie Kippers
Mackerel     Smoked Halibut
Fresh Killed Spring Chickens
P.    BURNS   &   CO.
Limited.
of   the gallantry of   the
]last winter,    and    stated    that   tho
matter had been    brought     to     his
notice locally     and  be bad    referred
■the facts to England, the Society re
[Commending the  medals  and    certili-
'cates.   He was sorry    Douglas  Hed-
| strom was not present, but he hoped
that when the  Mayor gave him    the
medal   nad  certificate  that  he  would
reverence the     honor done to     him.
Mr.  South then described  the mednls
|as having on one side a boy blowing
a torch to try and snve the      small
spark  to save its life.     Tbis       was
typical of saving human  life. On
tl,    other side was a civic      wreath,
the reward for saving tbe life    ot    a
Icitizen.       He congratulated  the city
Ion  thc boys, laying emphasis on the
llact  of  their di-playi'ig clear  beaded
coolness and presence of mind in
jthe face of danger.     They bad acted
Iln  the  right way at the  right  mom-
jent.     He was please-* to *-ee      this
nnl felt that this was part of     tho
teaching carried  out  in   thc  schools.
iBoth Calder and Hedstrom wero     a
I credit    to     the    city and    to B.  C.
Th.'ir names had been  inscribed      on
wns well worked out, the many amusing situations causing endless mer
rinient and  laughter.      Mis-    Felton
Influx of Chinese
Victoria, Oct. 7.—The Influx of
Chinese Inst month exceeded that
during nny previous month since the
head tnx was raised Bome years ago
to $500. There were .U.i new c uinr;
from China inn.Inl at Victoria during thc month of September nnd
they  paid  $183,500  in bend tax* s.
The Influx of Chinese has probably
been aided by rumors startod some
tinn* a. " ri Canton thai  He Domln
ns Miss Hobbs, wns seen in an      en-   Ion government   was about  to double
tirely new role,  wblcb  she admirably   the hend tax.
tilled,  putting all  thc  vim  nnd  character   into  the   part  thnt   it       Called
for.     The third act,    showing     tho
Scene    in     tho yacht's  cabin   between
Miss     iiohin*.   end Wolfe Ktogsoarle
(Mr. B. Reynolds) was a     One pleee
of  acting,   Miss  Kelloii  playing       the
pan  of Injured dignity  with a mnn-
' nor that   diil mn   good to see, a    dc-
1 i i'ii t fill      drolenesi     prevailing      the
whole.      linn,I min.'  gowns    and
i scenery heightened tho enl ne
ililetiiui, which was one ol  the
comedies produced here yet.
Tonight the i harming play "
,Oirl" will be singed     ami
, llmt   can   he   well  lecotnineiiileil
SOCIAL m PERSONAL
W,  Vi.  LefoaUX     leaves today      for
Vancouver,
Mis.-   M,     Colli y   nlui n d      Sunday
from Vancouver,
Blbbald of Golden, is a visitor
.1.
Ileal
The City Voters' list
new  |„ n,,, ,.|t) today.
!"''      li. H. Ella, "f the Revelstok
best
tj Co., i- n vlsltoi in tbe city.
Dad1      We art   glad to see J. T.     Teller
is a lull  ai i   again  afti i   bis  111 enl    i  ■ i
Illness.
Mr   .hi I Mrs. *i   ii   Uo. .-I       have
l*et nine.I   to   tOWII   li ".ii   ii   h *ll'  . lil".in
vltll  i" the const.
and  Mrs.  Wm.  Fleming  r.i urn
Declarations for eiirolenicnl   on  the      Mr   	
Civic   voters'  lisl   since   lhe       lirst  of   ^ Sln|1|.,y  [,.,„„ Ml,. ,.,,.„  ,   ,..!.,,  they
October hove been very few nnd It is
have spent  thc pail  weol
Mr, Kohl* Smith, P. I., s.
the honor list in London     and thoir   anticipated  Hint  the    rush   will   lake
numlier 37341 J.  Calder and D. Hed-   ,,l„co   towards  tho  closing   date Oct. Hamburg    loft
strom. and were described  as having   31«t.      Of  course  those  registrations   brothel   ol   "W^™™*  ™
saved    life
Columbia,   Canada
in  Revelstoke,       British   do   not   include   the  assessed     owners   d„>   to lake in  tht   coast   Cities.
and
Kii
Mi*.   I'.   I.eoseh,      of      the   llowman
Stylish Fall and Winter Hats
A shipment just arrived from  the p]ast
SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOOM a A ST OF   KDISON THEATRE
Thc  certificates   (,f  property who nre  placed  automat
'state that at a meeting of thc     So- ! ically on  the list.     A  house holder dumber Oi  . lefl  Sumiaj morning tor
Iciety  with  Admiral  Sir  (ieorge Mor- lis defined by the act  as  the occupier hia  home   in   Hastings,   Minn.    It    Is
ant, K. 0. B., in the chair, it   was.of a toncment, dwelling,  hotel, real- underetood      Pete    will    nol   I turn
I decided  to award  the  bronze  medals - ilence  or  boarding house,  or  part, of „]„n,..
and certificates to  J. Calder  and I),   guch.       The additional nuallflOatloM M|    „„,,  Ml ,   ,,    Bingham, "I    Mc
Hedstrom.      Mr.   South   then   pinned   ,„,.  thnt   he Bhall  I"'  B British    hiiIi-
the blue ribbon with the medal BUS-   joct of the full age of 21. resident m
,.ended on ('aider's coat, thc   large   Revelstoke sine,' January  1st.    last
audience heartily applauding. and  that be hns paid  all  taxes    and ^
In  concluding his address  bc      ex-'.rates,  othei'  I ban such  ns  nre asSOB- I   -^  ^^   [fl   NuV(,m,„,
pressed    hope    that    the boys would   sel on  property. dM to  the city up-
remember  this  verv  important event   to-dntc.     These declarations  may bo Mr                                     ,««....
and   never  bring  dishonor   to    them- , made  before the cty  clerk  or      nny   tamll,   Line   tomorrow  lor     nne	
,'s „,  to the city.     He thanked I j, P. "' «*•«   hey .w     take up   be, ,-,
Z people tor their large and hearty *»c     During their NsMenw   here
attendance    and    congratulated them       Miss  Vernn  Fell,-.,  nnd  the     Allen Uny  have made ,,  large num:,.,      o
Ion the honor tbat bad been bestowed   Players  in  "Dad's Girl"      at      tho f, lends Who Will  greatly regret their
;0I1 theOJ,                                           I 'Bil8un tonlgllt' departure.
Konxleavenue, announce the im/ago-
ineni of their daughter, Clara Con-
■ innee, to Mr, ir .1. Qrler, of     Mc
il.oo.l,   Alta.     The   marriage    to   take
er.
an.l Mrs. ,i. ii. Jackson   and
,   2299J
•   "'I
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Heaters
We are showing a laroc stock
of Heating Stoves at prices
that cannot he beaten. Base
Burners, combination wood
and coal Stoves, Blazers, Box
Si.his, Air Tight Heaters,
Oil Healers, eu\ Sask-Alta
Kootenay and Hotel Ranges
,i',\\;i\ s on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
ourne uros.
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Our Store overflows with interest fur the man
v. ho makes it a point to be well dressed. We
have a  1 of   the   new styles
in Autunri Suits and Overcoats. There is a
nil, a swing*, . fit, a set that is not surpassed by
t,iii'us ol thfl most fashionable exclusiveness,
Thej are made oi imported Cheviots, wdrsteds
and serges and are marked to sell quickly.
a
nee;
Range from $ 12 lo $30
ski; Ot'R CRAVENETTE RAINCOATS FOR 51U
McSae Mercantile Co., Limiled
j,W Tin: Home ot Good Clothes.
v/anvn
K.JL
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f\
Tender, Juicy, Appetising,
disappears from Our Meat
Maiket to re-appear on the
tabic a of housekeepers appreciative of high grade
meats.   Attractive Prices.
Griffin's Prom'or Hama '..u'i Bacon.   Armcur's Star Hams aril Bacon
FRrrH r:s !   Etui-mcn, Cod, fa'mon, Halibut, Smelts, Crabs.
SAUSACES   Pork, Bologna, Blood        Hoad Cheese, Jellied Tongues.
Cllloh Bcli.ory Cuirantevd Civo Us a Trial.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under Hew Management
Wm.  Boyd,  Propnetor
MliiiO'i W SPRUES SANITARIUM
lh. • I   till. Resort on the Continent
" iter,   l-i   hi*.:n*>s  ol   Hea
itural Hot Wul Of«£ All Year
Rales from $ 12 to $ 1 5 Per Week
c.7s«3icsrt«T:»r:'™T»1B
Boors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash &0oor Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Page I
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fl lor:—
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The Molbons Hank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   -   HKVKl.STOKB, U.O.
pUisr.lU SMITH
Provincial Lund Surveyor
Mining Surveyor
Engineering
M, KENZ1K   AVKNl I
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Mountain Viow Camp   No. 123
M..." ."", ,„l .....I  Fourth  Wed"»»d»«
„ohoon.b;iuSSllcirkHall.    Visiting W,
a.*.*., cordially invited loatwna.
\v  E. OPBORNB, Con. Coin.
JAri. McI.Vl'YltK. Clerk.
Kootenay Lodge, No. 15, A  F. & A. M.
imX
The regulai uieet-
ili..-- .ir.i lll'lll 111 lho
MASONIC TEMPLE, Oildlell '»'
Hal1, un the third
Monday in eaoh
month nt » P in.
Visiting brotlirim
are cordially wel-
euiiie.
J. T. POLLOi'K. MASTER.
t'HAS. J. AMAN. BSCRBTABI
SELKIKK I.uui.i; I-J, I.d.O   K.
Moot*, every Thnrs-
day  eveniug  iu   Bel-
kirk Hall ui 8 o'clock
Yiidliug br«thrsn are
ittend.
ilono (Ioi'iIk ul Empire, nnd have hy
their prowcBS aided In the btilldlngup
nml Bolidilylng ol the Uritish Nation
have been honored and revered, thoir
memory being kept groen and their
valorous works rewarded, imt it. in
imt to the credll "f the linlisli pen
i'l.' thnt they havo lorgotten, or to
juit it less harshly, omitted to In
cliiiie General Wolfe in the magnificent stui lies nml other memorials,
Hint thoy have lavishly erected to
their heroes. Ily the battle of Que-
hec Gen. Wolfe added another vnst
colony to the Uritish Empire, n colony ilml hns now become perhaps
the greatest of nny other Imperial
dependency, What Wolfe gained tor
England is even more brilliant tbnn
those other generals whose nnmes
are household words among us. No
monument hitherto has marked
Wolfe's great and magnificent nch-
iovement, no imposing tomb surrounds his remains, no national
mnrk of the grent victory gnined,
or of the nations respect of its hero
who gnve up liis life for his country.
There is but n smnll marble in
Westminster Abbey which marks
the battle of Quebec nnd in a far
corner,deeply hidden in the shadows
of a gloomy nisle in tbe ancient
church of St. Alfreds Greenwich, lie
nil thnt is left of the once illustrious hero. Much representation has
been made in England, in which wc
have  tnken  considerable   part, to
havo some fitting memorial to Gen.
Wolfe erected, nnd it is with plens-
nre that we see thnt n handsome
bronze statue to Wolfe is lieing erected in Kent, England, which will
be another permnnent recognition to
the valor and heroism of England's
sons who hnvc fought and died for
the sake of the nation.
cordially invited i
B S.SQfABEBHUiOS. N.O
J. MATHIE BIO
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No, 2*s,  Rovolstoko, B. C.
Meet** every Wodnesdsy e*
cept Tf,ird Wedno'dHy of e.irh
m.mth, iu the Oildfell i«> Hull
al - " clurk       Vtsitil g Knights
are cordially Invited.
n a. Mcdonald, <;. c.
BHOC-a   K. ot B. A S. m.*i   M. ot F.
0. H
I'HiiviNClAl, ELECTIONS ACT
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meets in I. O, 0. P. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House, every second
a-i'i fourth Monday in month.
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed,
0. H.. Clarence Hakte.
Rec.-Sec. II. \V. Bdwahds
( ■    ,1'MBIA CAMP \".  15071,
:•:  IDERN   WOODMEN OF AMERICA
-   ever)'   Tuesday   night   in
Odd Fi    iwj Hall, md   st., west.
AU •■ sit   ^ bora arc invited t,- ■
A   i.  \*.      ■• ■.      Wm. s* Sloan,
i c ri k.
REVELSTOKE    ELECTORIAL
DISTRICT.
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much as the ma] ; never -iav.
or ni'ich less laid bands or. the babe
he is condemned to die for murdtr-
lof. ft is however, a Just retrlbn-
tion for -uch brutal work iib hi* was
Accused ol doing and in thi* case
he deserves his sentence far more
than the wretrl.cl w.mnn whom he
had forced to t>e his accomplice in
the revolting crime.
i TAKE NOTICE that I have
I'eivi'd objections In writing
the retention ot the follow
ing names on the Register of
Voters tor the RevelBtoke Elector ial
the forenoon. I shall heal and de-
low.
An.!  take notice that nt a    Court
"l Revision to  l"'  held  * n  the
day uf November,  1910, at  the i
House.  Revelstoke,  ut   11  o'cli cl
. the  hir'nooti.   I  shall   hear
termine  the  sni 1   objectli ni   and
li s- such named     persi r. i or
other Provincial  votet
half   satisfies      me   that   -
ions  are  not   well   founded    I
strike  such  nam*
Ister
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A HERO'S REWARD.
We are pleased t" see thai the
British people have at last decided
to make some public memorial to
commemorate the irreat work that
wns ner* mplished for them by General Wolfe, the lSlgt anniversary of
wh* ie death at Quebec occurred last
,er    famous    gcnerols.   B9.
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Anderson,  Adrian
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Farrar, Olen RevelBtoke
Firth.   Benjamin   D. B'g   BJdy
Firth,  Joseph Beaton
Fish.  Wm  A. Uevelstoke
Fleming,   Allred Uevelstoke
Fletcher,   James Revelstoke
Forbes,   Peter  R. Revels!oke
Foster,   Jos.  Hen. Revelstoke
Foss,   Erwm Rovel-toke
Fowler,   Enoch Revelstoke
Fox,  Cormac Revelstoke
Franklin,   Hairy Revelstoke
Franklin,  John Revelslo'te
Francesco,  Jachini Revelstoke
Fraser,   I'eter Revelstoke
Fraser  N.  St.  Clair Revelstoke
Freii'tte,  Jos.   I'. Rovelstoke
Furlong,  Michael St..   Leon
Qagon, Oyprlon Revelstoko
Garner,  Robert Revelstoke
Carner,  Henry Revelstoke
Garofalo,  Hnnte Revelstoke
Hates,   Ceo.   W. Revelstoke
Gehrke, William Rockypoint
Gibson,   Frank Uevelstoke
Gibson, Thus. Revelstoke
Gibson,  John Revelstoke
(libsiill,   Setll Camp  8
(lidili, chas. Revelstoke
Gtllnnder,  William Rovolstoke
Glennl,   Alanzo Uevelstoke
Goodwin, John Uevelstoke
Goodlsson,   Herbert.       Halcyon
Uoul.d,   Arthur Uevelstoke
Goundry, Samuel St. Leon
Graham, W.J.   Mcculloch Ok,
Graham,  David li. Revolstoke
Grauor,   All. Uevelstoke
Craves,  .lolin Revelstoke
Greenhalgh, Albert Uevelstoke
Greenwood,   Alf. Revelstoke
dray,   Hamilton Uevelstoke
Griffiths,   Fred.   T. Revelstoke
Guest,   Ceo.   A. Revelstoke
Grey,   Bcnj.   F. Revelstoke
Hnddoii,   James Arrowhead
Hadler,   Alf. Revelstoke
Hagar,  1.. M. Revelstoke
Halliwell,  John  II. Revelstoke
Hamilton,   James Revelstoke
Hainill, John Revelstoke
Hancock, Arthur 0. Uevelstoke
Hnner,   James  W. Revelstoke
Harvey, Albert Revelstoke
Harris,   Edward  II.   Revelstoke
Harris,  Frank Revelstoke
Headrtck, J.  I.. Revelstoke
Hendry,   Frank Revelstoke
Herstick,   John Revelstoke
Hensley,   John Revelstoke
Heyes,   Richard Revelstoke
Hibbcrt,  Thos.  I-I. Itevelstoke
Hicks,   H.   M. Revelstoke
Higgins,   Jas.  A. Revelstoke
Hogg,   Ernest Revelstoke
Hogg,   Robert Revelstoke
Holmnn, Wm. Alf. Revelstoke
Hnllidny,  Dnvid H.  Revelstoke
Hood.  John Revelstoke
Horragan,   Dan Revelstoke
Hughes,  Henry Renelstoke
Hulm,   Albert  Ed. Revelstoke
Hunt,  Albert  J. Revelstoke
Hunter,  E-dward Revelstoke
Hyland, Robert Revelstoke
Illingworth,  Jno. 0.  Ueve'oke
Inglls,   Wm.  O. Revelstoke
Jackson,  Win.  S. Revelstoke
Jachini,   Frank Revelstoke
Jewitt,  John D.C. Uevelstoke
Johnson, G.  H. Revelstoke
Johnson,  William Revelstoke
Johnson, Chas. A. Revelstoke
Johnson, Wm. T. Revelstoke
Johnson, Geo. Alex Revelstoke
Johnson,   Arthur  G.       Glacier
Johnson,   John Uevelstoke
Johnson,   Archie Revelstoke
Johnson,   Wm   T. Uevelstoke
Johnson, Roliert Camborne
Johnston, Hurry 0 Arrowhead
Johnston,   Samuel Uevelstoke
Jones,   John   W. Revelstoke
Jones, Tom Revelstoke
Jones,   Arthur Wigwam
Junes, chas. Revelstoke
Jordan,   Grover  C. Revelstoke
Jordan, Grover 0. Wigwam
Kelly,   John Revelstoke
K.dly,  Harold  E. Revelstoke
Kelly,  Tho-. Revelstoke
Kelly,   John Arrowhoad
Kenyon,  Edward Uevelstoke
KlgtdMnger,  Bd.O. Revelstoke
Kilhy,   John Comaplix
I. ng,   -fames  p. Revolstoke
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Madden, Thos, w, Revelstoke
Manvllle, Jos Revelstoke
Manning,   i-'mJ  C, Revs,itoke
Marlel,   lleglnt Revelstoke
Mnrshnll,   Gilbert Itevelstoke
Mairouo,  Sulvatoro Revo'toko
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Mason,   F.   Osborne   Revelstoko 446.
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Maundrell, G. H.     Revelstoke 450,
Maundrell,  Hry.  R.   UcvolBtoke 453.
Maxwell,   Azariah   W.   Uev'tokc 1454.
Mayl.ee,   Orrin   A.        Comaplix 1456.
Mayelle,   Henry          Revelstoke 1458.
Meade,  Geo.  K.         Reve.stoke 1459.
Meek,   Jnmes              Revelstoke 1460-.
Meight,  Henry           Revelstoke 1461.
Mct/ler,  ('has. G.      Revelstoke 1472.
Milne, Geo.  B.           Uevelstoke 478.
Milne, James              Revelstoke 1479.
Moore,  J.W. Norman   Rev'okc 1480.
Mills,  Henry                Uevelstoke 4»1.
Millard,   Jno.   It.       Uevelstoke i'r'»3.
Miller,   Chas.   A.       Revelstoke 1504,
Miller,   Geo.                Revelstoko 150*0.
Milligan, Thus.         Camborne 1507.
Moflat,  Thus.             Arrowhead RW2.
Moiiv.ek,   Peter           Revelstoko 1519.
Mollor,  Conrad 0.    Revelstoke 1520.
Monohan,  Thus.   K.  Revelstoko 1526.
Montroy,   Jas.       Rocky  Point 1530.
Moore,   Wm.   M.         Uevelstoke 1531.
Moore,  James            Uevelstoke 1680,
Moran, Peter                  Halcyon 1541.
Morrison, Ceo, 11.      Uevelstoke 1545.
Morrison,  Ross           Revelstoke 1546.
Morrison,   Ernest       Uevelstoke 1547.
Mountnin,   Wm.           Uevelstoke US49,
Murray,   Michael         Rovolstoko 15!H*a
McArthur, Geo.         Camborne J556.
McAullffo,  Michael      Uevelstoke 1562.
Mi'Bay,   Wm.               Uevelstoke 1664.
McOoll,   Duncan         Revelstoke 1565.
MiClanaghiui,   Hry.      Uev'tokc 1567.
McConnell,   Frank     Uevelstoke 1568.
McOonnoll,  Dan.        Revelstoke 1570*.
McOormtck,  Thus.        Rovol'ko 580.
McDonald,   Hugh  A.  Camborne 1584.
McDonald,  Jn.  J.     Revelstoke 1585.
McDonald,   Alex.        Revelstoke 1586.
McDonald,   Jn.   11.     Revelstoko 1587.
McDonald,    Alex.        Uevelstoke 1588.
McDonald, Alexander     Ilev'oke 1590.
McBonald,  Jn.  Martin  Ilev'oke 1591.
McDonald,   John   K.  Cnmborne 1594,
McDonald,   Jno.   A.   Revolstoke 1597.
McDonald,   Allan   D   Uevelstoke 1698.
McDonald,   Angus      Uevelstoke 161)1.
McDonald,  Alex           Camp       8 161)2.
McDonald,   Jnmes     Revelstoke 1612.
McEachern,  Neil  A.     Rev'toko 1614.
McEachern, Arthur Cnrc    Uev. 1615.
McElligott,  Sam.      Revelstoko 1616.
McFarlane,  Jno.  H.     Rev'tokc 1619.
McGillins,   Don.   G,   Revelstoko 1022.
McGllllvary, Hugh. J.       Uev.' 1625.
McGoldrlck,  Rich.     Revelstoke 1626.
McGown,   A.               Revelstoke 1627.
McGregor,  Jas. A.    Revelstoke 1634.
McHaffle,   Jno.   A.    Revelstoko 1637.
McHardy,   John         Revelstoko 1639.
Mclnnis,   Peter           Revelstoko 1640.
Mdnnls,  Alex.             Cnmborne 1641.
M'lnnis,  Dan.  A.       Uevelstoke 1650.
Mclnnis, Mitchel       Revelstoke 1651.
Mcintosh,  Jno.  A.    Revelstoke 663.
Mclntyre,  Andrew     Arrowhead 664.
McKay,  Geo.  S.        Revelstoke 609.
McKay,  D.Morrison  Revelstoke 1676.
McKcivie,  Alex.F.      Revelstoko 677.
McKenzie,  J. D.        Revelstoke 1679.
McKlbben,  James      Revelstoko 1CC'3.
MeKinnon,  Allan    McCuP  Crk. 681.
MeKinnon.  Alan        Revelstoke 687.
McLean.   Alexander    Revelstoko 1688.
McLean,  Wayne         Revelstoko 1689.
McLean,   Jno.   G.       Revelstoko 693.
McLean,   Hector         Revelstoko 696.
McLennan, Neil     Straw.'  Flat 71)4.
McLennan, Dav. v..   Camborne 743.
MeLood,   Johnstone  Revelstoko 1747.
McLcod,   Wm.   J.       Revelstoke 1751.
McLeod,  Obas.       Straw.'  Flat 752.
McLcod,  Don.  A.      Revelstoke 1753.
McLeod,  II.  A.           Revelstoko 754.
MpLeod,   Roderick      Revelstoke 755.
McMahon,   Fred.        Revelstoke 17t>9.
McMillinn,   Jno.A.     Uevelstok-e 766.
McNab, Thus.              Uevelstoke 1773.
McNeil,   J.   F.            Revelstoke 1778.
McNeil.  Kenneth        Revelstoko 1781.
McNcy, Francis J.    Revelstoke 1786.
McPherson,   Wm  G.  Revelstoke 1790.
McPherson,  J.  D.      Uevelstoke 1793.
McPherson, Jns. G. Revelstoke 1794.
McPherson,   Dan.        Revelstoke 1795.
Mcl'hee, Donald         Revelstoke 1798.
McRae,   John               Revelstoke 1803.
McRae, Murdock        Revelstoke 1S04.
McWally,  Ed.             Camp      10 1805.
MeWllllams, Wm.      Revelstoke 1815.
Nenle.   Robt.   A.         Revelstoko 1816.
Nellie,  Harry            Camborne 1823.
NelllB,  Gordon  E.      Camborio 1X31.
Newman,   Geo.   T.      Arrowhead 1833.
Nichol,  W. G.              Revelstoko 1834.
NuIioIIh,  Cyrus L.    Kevelatoke 1837.
Nicholson, John Revelstoke
Nimnio,   Peter Uevelstoke
North,   Francis   A. Revelstoke
Nornintid,   11. Uevelstoke
Notti, Germaro Revelstoke
Noyce,   Charles UevelstJkc
Obey,   John ReyolstcKe
O'Connell,  Jnmes Revelstono
O'Connor,  Stephen Revelstoke
Ogle,  Fred  U. Revelstoko
O'Hearn,   James Revelstoke
O'Ncil  John Arrowhead
Ostenson, Andrew Rovelstoke
Otto,  James  U. Cnmborne
Oughton,   John Revelstoke
I'arkcs,  Frank  J. Revelstoke
Pearson,   Jno.  T. Uevelstoke
Pearson,   Alf.   J. Revelstoko
Perdue,  Robert St..    Leon
I'eressini,   Joseph Revelstoko
Peters,   Jns.   II. Revelstoke
Peterson, Wnlter D. Revelstoke
Petretta,  Louis Itevelstoke
Pisacreta,   Natale Revelstoko
I'liimton,   Llewelyn Arrowh'd
Pltimton,   Alox. Arrowhead
Porter,  Geo.   W. Revelstoke
Porter,  Charles St.  Leon
Powers,  Geo. Thus. Revelstoke
Pratt,   Alexander Revelstoke
Pratt,  V.   11. Revelstoke
Pratt, Goorgo Revelstoke
. Pilsoii,  John Uevelstoke
Prior,  Edward Revelstoke
Profit,   James Revelstoko
Pueblo,   Bernard Revelstoke
Puller,   Edgar Revelstoko
Pullinger, Albert Revelstoke
Piillinger,   Septimus    Rcve'toke
Pullen,   Frederick Uevelstoko
Rnmsny, Peter C. Revelstoke
Ray field,   Jno.  Wm.  Uevelstoke
Hen,  Walt Revelstoke
Rear,  Chas.  H. Revelstoke
Rend,  John Revelstoke
Render.   Jns.  H. Revelstoko
Reddle,  Roy Camborne
Rees,   Richard Revelstoke
Reid,  James Uevelstoke
Rend,  Jnmes Revelstoko
Reid,  Robt.  A. Rjvelstoke
Itenaiid,  Aimi Glacier
llhiide,   Edward Goldlielils
Robb, William Beaton
Roberts, Geo. W. Revelstoke
Robertson, Jim. EC,    Revo'toke
Robertson,   Peter Uevelstoke
Uohertson,   Robt. Revelstoko
Robinson, T. Revelstoke
Robinson,  Hen.  Jas.    Rev'toke
Robinson,   Gabriel Rcve'toke
Robinson,  Geo. Revelstoke
Roller, Geo.  Ed. Revelstoke
Roscberg,  F. Revelstoke
Robs, Alexnnder St.    Leon
Ross,   S.   P. Revelstoke
Ross,  Robert Comaplix
Roy,   Ernest C. Revelstoke
Roys,  Lars Revelstoke
Sambo,  Nick Uevelstoko
Samson,  John Revelstoke
Sanderson,   Robt. H.   Rov'toko
Bandham, W. A. Camborne
Schwartz,   Arthur Revelstoke
Scott,  Rlchnrd RcvclBtoko
Scott, James Rovelstoke
Scott,  James Revelstoke
Seaman, Wm.  H. Rovelstoke
Sctson, Jacob Revelstoko
Soriano, Arcnngelo Revelstoke
Serrogiotto,  Angelo     Rev'toke
Shaw,  Wm. Arrowhoad
Short,  John  H. Revelstoko
Smith,   John   J. Revelstoke
Smith,   Wm.   H. RcveMoko
Smith,   Robt.   G. Revelstoko
Smith, Norman A. Revelstoko
Smith,  Winton Arrowhead
Smith,   James Revelstoke
Smith,  Alf.  W. Revelstoke
Smith, Wm. Henry Revelstoko
Snell,  Jnmes Revelstoko
Spearn,   Wm. Revelstoko
Starkey,  B. B. Comaplix
Stanley.  Hereward F.        Rev.'
Steele,   Altred Revelstoko
Stevens,   Raymond Revelstoko
Stevenson,  Thus. Revelstoke
Stevenson,  Alex. Revelstoke
Stevenson, Thus. Rovelstoke
Stinehour, Kindersoti 13 StLc'n
Stormont,  Wm. Revelstoko
Strangway, Ilcgin. Camborne
Strangwnnl,   Wm. L.   Rev'toke
Sutherland, Olnf Uevelstoko
Sutton,  Patrick Uevelstoke
Swindell,  Mnynnrd Uevelstoke
Tnylor, Thos. Rovelstoke
Taylor,   J.   ll. Arrowhead
Taylor,  Edwin Revelstoke
Tetlock,  Geo.  H. Revelstoko
ISIS.
T tloclr,   John
Glacilr]
1845.
Tin... ....  . .  D.
Revelstoke]
1317.
Thlrkle,  .lolin
Revelstoke]
1852.
Thomson,  Archibald
Ueve'toke
1853.
Thompson,  Wm.
Revelstoke
1S'58.
Thompson,  Gilbert
Uevelstoke^
1864.
Thome, William 6
Arrowhead*]
1866.
Thoriulson,   Anton
Revelstoke)
867.
Thorndson,   Jno.M.
Revelstoke]
1871.
Tomnoy,   John
Rcvelstokij
1872.
Toombs,  Thus.   Alex.   Uev'toki-1
1874.
Torranoe, Wm.
RevelBtokij
18<7'7n
Thompson,   John
Rovelstokij
1881.
Trueman,  Howard
RevelBtokij
1883.
Tudor,  ('has.  D.
Rovelstokij
mm.
Turner, Thos.
Rovclstokil
1892.
Underwood, Alb. Hen. Rev'okl
1893.
[Inland, Oliver E.
RevelstokJ
1894.
Unsworth,  Jas. Pet
it   Rev'okJ
1900.
Vnroiicy,  Frank
RevelstokJ
lllll.
Walker,  Wm.   Ingrnm  Ilev'tokl
11112.
Walker, Claude M.
Itcvelstok]
191*3.
Walker,  Leto  Wm.
RevelstokJ
1914.
Walker,   Joseph
RevelstokJ
1915.
Walker,  Archibald
Velsh    Uev I
1918.    Walsh,  Waller,  E.
Revels tokl
925.
Warner,  Frank   Drake    Rev'oliJ
1926.
Watchorn, John
Camp   1
11127.
Wntson,   William
Kovclstokl
1931,
Watson,  Wm.   10.11.
RcvelBtotJ
1932.
Wnters,  Richard
RevelstokJ
1934.
Webb,   David
Revelstoli
1939.
Wells, I'atrick
Revelstoll
1940.
Wells,  Chas.  H.
A rro when
1948.
Whenton,   Flunk  P.
Revelstod
1949.
Whethnin,   Jos.   Shnw   Ilev'tokl
1958.
Wilson, Thomas
Rcvelstokl
1961.
Wilson,  Alf.   Chas.
RevelstokJ
1962.
Wilson, John
Revelston
1968.
Willis,  Frederick
Rcvelstokl
1970.
Willis,   Jno.  Albert
RevelstokJ
1972.
Williams,   John
RevelstokJ
1973'.
Williamson, Wm. J
Revel'toll
1975.
Williamson,  Her.   J
Rev'tokj
1977.
Winder,   Ernest
RevelstokJ
1986.
Wolfe,  Garnet P.
RevelstolJ
1987.
Wood,  U.  H.
Revelstoll
1990.
Wood,  Ike
Rcvelstokl
1992.
Woods,  Alfred
Revelstosj
1993.
Woods,   Nelson
RevelstokJ
1995.
Woodford,   Chas.
ArrowhcJ
2O0'2.
Wright,   Edward
RevelstolJ
204)3-.
Wright, Edmund M
.     Rev'tol]
2005.
Wrighley,  David W
. ltcvelstoa
2011.
Young,   James
RevelstoM
2014.
Yuill,   Frederick
Rcvelstokl
The following  persons
are  r4,.ortej
duplicated  on the  Register:               j
32.
Ainslie, Patrick C
. Revclstolu
968.
Lavoie,  Joseph
RevelstokJ
1957
Wilcox, Jno. Anthony  Rev'okl
Railway Time Table
Tho  following  is   the  new     summ-r
timetable    of the    C. P. li.,    showiuj
times  ol  arrival    and  departure
train at itevelstoke.
WESTBOUND
No. 1 arrives 0:05, departs 6:25 a.ij
No. 07 arrives 'd:25 departs 3:45 p.l
Nof 5 nrrives 4:5*5, departs 0:15 p.n
EA3TBOUND
No. 2 arrives  12:36 midnight,
parts 12:45 midnight.
No. 90 arrives  11:31)  a.  m., departj
01:50 a. m.
No.    6    arrives 7:20, a.m., departj
7:40 a.m.
ARROWHEAD BRANCH
leaves   Revelstoke 7:40   a. m.,
Ives lievelstoke 4:30 p. m.
SiMsCui
quickly stops condba.   cures colds,  L_,
Ibe (brunt and lunrfse       •   ■   •      23 cenf
H.B.K.
.    BRAND J
Patent Ripless
Gloves
will outwear all others.
Extra pieces of leather
at the finger-tips, conceal the seams and protect the stitching. Made
to last and  positively
GUARANTEED
NOT TO RIP
I aint no Literary Woman
But I DO KNOW SOAP.
I've heard some wimen say soap
made their hands ruff.
They're either lazy or else they
don't use the rite soap.
My hands don't get ruff. In fact,
the kind I use makes 'em all smooth
and white.
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN NONYMOUS. •*>■
WEDNESDAY,  OCT. 12TH,   1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE R C.
Page S
TTIE Fit-Reform Creed is—
pay less and dress better.
For years, Fit-Reform has preached the
doctrine of better style, better fabric, better
tailoring, better value.
And Fit-Reform has lived up to its
reputation by giving honest value for the
money.
All you need to know about a Suit is, that
it is a 1' it-Reform Suit.
The name Fit-Reform tells
the whole story of better
value for the money. us
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Sole Agent! in Revelstoke.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
K/EVIGTliSTOKIEl    IB.  rt.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     STOHSTE      PEOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-ClaBs in every resi>ect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Kooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
LOOK!
L. O O Iv
A N 1)
U E A 1)
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue pricep, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
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
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii
ii
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
ii
K
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
ii
13.00
I,      ii       ii
1,25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
m
ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
6011).
1.41
4.96
ii
ii
5.20
Bed
5.35
681b,
1.59
6 94
ii
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
240
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
ii
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
ii
ii
16.50
w
We make our profit by shipping in car load loin, thereby paving freight rales. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in ihis list to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
It.   HOWSON   &   CO     -    REVELSTOKE, 1«  C
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V. O., LL. D.   D.C. L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,  General Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,CC0,CC0    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,000
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON, ENC: 2 Lombard Street, EX.        NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Eranclsco, No. 30
In addition to the offices named above the Bank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities)
and in the principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE    BRANOH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MOR.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mauafaotcn ' for ali ciamn of  build to gi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
For sals In lime or smnll qi-antitiea
at tin In west prices for cash
AU kinds of hu'ldinff nnd ulasteriuR
nr dertakeu
Foote & PradolinL
REVELSTOKE
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup   Attached
S6-50
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
We would not put our name on these shoes if we did
not know them—know just what is in them—know
what is back of them.
Our immense factory equipment gives us a tremendous advantage in making these shoes. It reduces
factory expenses and enables us to buy material more
cheaply, and to secure more skilled and competent labor.
And the labor counts for much in the making of a perfect shoe. After all it is pretty nearly the same paint
that paints the wagon box that makes the artist's masterpiece. The difference lies in the workmanship—in
the use of the materials—and this is where these shoes
excel—excel in superiority of workmanship. You will
note this in their finished appearance—you will feel it
in the perfect fit—you will detect it in their wearing
quality, and above all in the fact that Ames-Holden
shoes not only fit at the first, but "stay fitted"
throughout the life of the shoe.
ASK FOR
' AMES-HOLDEN SHOES
For Salt by L*a*dirtf D-sftl-art
moat •vtrrwhar-a.
Fruit, Candies, Cig irB,Tobacco.
Meals 35 cente.
\. H. Sing, Proprietor
SIGNS
FOR 8ALE—Just arrived two cars
ot flrBt class dry Fir Wood.— Revelstoke General Agencies.
VANTED—Hoy Apprentice. Carroll
& Co., SaliiHui Arm, Plumbers aud
Tlnsmithi,
All kinds
Reasonable Pricei*
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction  Guarantee'!
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third Bt. and Kolv-xin Avenue
UNION HOlhL
Alii (>'•* HHA1I. II  ('.
Special Attention given to commercial
men anil tODilltt. Kind-class sample
rooms. Fluent scenery in Uriiisli Columbia, overlooking l.'pper Arrow l.nke.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop.
E.   Q.   BURRIDQE
TinsmHhirg   Repairs,   Hot  Air
Plpo and  Furnace Work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Avo.   -   Rovolstoko
Wm. Haley Crosses Divide
Another link with the early bis-
tory ol Revelstoke and the pioneer
dnys of this district was  severed .,a
, Sunday last hy the death ol William
Haley, which took place at the
hospital where he had heen a lew
days suflering from pneumonia. The
deceased who had reached the good
old age ot 78, had heen weakeaing
tor some time past, the cold damp
weather accentuat tig, the election of
the throat and chest, and with the
old age hearing heavily upon him
the old man could not rally. Mr.
Haley was perhaps one al the
first men to travel in this part of
the country, coming into British
Columbia from his native town of
Florenceville, New Brunswick, in 18G2
by way of the Isthmus of Panama.
I He was among a large number ol
others who took part in the great
gold mining rush up the Big Bend
in 186G, as well as in the Cariboo
country      while    he    is  well    known
; throughout thc  Cassiar     and    Peace
! River districts, and practically every
mining camp in British Columbia.
I It was during his work in the ''as-
siar country that he made a reril v.is
and lengthy journey on snow shoes
nearly 2*0*1) miles with a sick man on
his back, In search of medical aid.
In 1878 Mr. Haley worked on the
CP.R. construction in this district,
and later on ran teams and wagons
between Revelstoke and BicarcoilS
along the old tote road. For several
years he drove the bus for the Columbia House on Front street, which
was then the leading hotel in Re .'elstoke. Until a few years ago deceased was acting as goaler in the
provincial lockup here and up to his
death on Sunday occupied a position
under the city as janitor of No.l Fire
Hall. Few men have had such a wide
Shi/ohb Gure
Slickly stops con-jhs,   cares colds,  heals
e throat and luods.      -   -   -      125 cents.
experience  of British  Columbia,    but
although  he  spent  most  of  his    life
In   gold  mining  nnl  prospecting,  the
never  had  any  great  success.        Reticent  by  nature,  Mr.   Haley,  if  per.
suade-d    to  talk     of the early  days,
could  tell  some  interesting      stories
of pioneer  work  in the  province and
1 the Big Bend particularly,  as he was
I practically  the first    man   to  travel
i what then was dense    forest       and
.what    is    now    a prosperous city—
[Revelstoke.
The community generally will keen
ily regret his loss, as the old timers
and pioneers of the country that are
[still surviving, command a very
j high token of respect by every citiz-
jen. The deceased has two sisters
j in New Brunswick, also a nephew in
the Smith country. Mr. Haley was
a familiar figure in thc Old Town,
and ha.I a large circle of friemls
with whom he was very popular. As
carotaken of No. 1 Fire Hall he di-d
his work up till the very day lie
went  Into the hospital.
The funeral of the late William
Haley took place yesterday afternoon from Howson's undertaking
parlors to the Roman Catholic
Church, After a brief service the
remains werw conveyed to the cemc-
tary, a large number ot citizens (ol-
lowlng, an evidence of the esteem
felt through out the city for the aged pioneer. The pall bearers were :
Chas. Abrahamson, P. R. Peterson,
J. Shaw, J. Sanderson, J.A. 8tone,
A. Mcintosh, and a profusion of
beautiful wreaths and flowers cover-
jed the coffin, particularly noticeable
amongst them being that from No. 1
! Fire Brigade, with whom the deceased had been associated during
tiie past yenr. The last rites of
the church were j-erformed by the
Priest at the grave.
WANTED
FOR SALE   Warehouse on Smelter
Track,   -pi'iy Hbvblstokb Sawmill
Co
OR SALE OR RENT-Ranch at
Clanwilliam, one new house and ID
acreB ot land. Apply to MrB.
Mary Palmer, Clanwilliam, B.  C.
WANTED — Kxpcrlenccd Girl tor
house work, at once. Apply at
Tucker's  Studio. tc.
OR BALE—278 acres tncing Eagle
River, SicnnuiuB, $30 per acre. For
terms apply to K. A. Harris, 1103
Langley,  Victoria, B.  C.
MATURN1TY NURSE—The undersigned is pri'pared to take Maturn-
ity Cases al her homo or at tho
home of the patient.-Mrs. W. IJ.
Watson, Ilus 98. Oct r, 1  ml
GARDENING All kinds of Garden
Work done by   practical   gardener,
Lawn making a specialty.    T Newell, Uox 134 Oity,
KOR     BALE—80  Acre  Ranch,   Stock
and    Implements, about   15   acroB
under cultivation,  well wooded and
watered;   price  $5,000.      Apply    on
premises, tour mllce down      south
track road, Frank Veltrl.        821 lm
FOR SALE—Six Roomed houso      on
Third Itreet, oust, with nil modern
conveniences;    also    kitchon   range,
henter  and  linoleums.  —Apply  this
Office.
for sale-('onl stove, imse burner
in good condition, Apply to tho
Mall-Herald Office.
Walley Clark Dies
We deeply regret lu announce the
sad intelligence o; th? denth of Q.
Walley Clark, aged 11, who passed
away at Nelson on Sat irday after
noon last, as the resilt if a severo
attack of typhoid fever. The youai;
man was for many years iivi^g in
this city with hiB parents Mr. eei
Mrs. George M. Clark, v Uo have ie-
sided in Nelson for tbe ln»t i wo
years, and made a large circle of
friends, being extremely r* 'ptdar
with the young peop.e and being associated with many of the athletic
movements in the city. The d ceased for the last three years hal been
taking a medical course in the Toronto University and was about to return there when he was taken ill.
, Mr. Clark, who ha6 been in this
city for the past few months, was
hastily called to Nelson and arrived
there on Saturday night. Walley's
death has aroused much sympathy in
the city where he was so well known
and messages of condolence have
been sent to the bereaved parents.
The deceased was a nephew of A.
T. Walley, of Mrs. A. D. Emory and
Mrs. J. W. Holmes of Nelson. The
Mail Herald joins with thc many
friends in expressions of sympathy to
the bereaved family.
THE GLOVE OF 1910
AND
MANY YEARS TO COME
Is the
Patent
Ripless Glove
II.B.K. PATENT RIPLESS TIPS.
A popular out-seam glove tot
hard wear. No stitching or
Reams inside to hurt the hand.
The seams are concealed at
the linger tips by an extra piece
of leather, whieh curls over and
protects the stitching.
Th.* more it's worn the greater the protection to the stitching.
The most durable glove ever
made.
Practically    an    everlasting
glove.
Positively guaranteed NOT
TO RIP and backed up by the
H. B. K. BRAND.
Sold by leading dealers
throughout Canada.
Made and guaranteed by the
HUDSON PAY KNITTING
CO., MONTREAL.
IM
The
Expert
Glove
and
Mitt Makers
of
Canada. fags it
MAIL-HERALD  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
WBDi:™SDAY,  OCT.  12TH,  1910.
Winter Poultry Show
Never bafors in the history of the
production ef our eggs, Hesh and
leathers has there been so much interest ns within the past few months
The local Poultry Association and
poultryraen generally seem to bc
waking to the fact that there is a
future before us. Undreamed of
possibilities of tho past are being
realized iu the present nud even the
most sanguine ol us must be convinced that still better results may
be  obtained under  improved methods
Our most successful poiiltrymen in
all parts of lhe province had proved
that, under proper conditions and
with careful uud efficient manage
ment, poultry raising is a paying
proposition, a more profitable in
dustry than many otherB, BOmo of
which havo Ireen boomed for years.
Poultry associations and individual
poiiltrymen have not been given the
encouragement they deserve. Those
engaged in the business of poultry-
keeping have gone through dear experiences and have overcome many
obstacles; they have had to work
out their own salvation while the
government stood aloof and the
public were suspicious of possible
profitB.
The success attending the results
of the Fall Fair poultry exhibit this
year have been a great incentive to
our local breeders with the result
that  the  Revelstoke  Poultry and
Pet Stock Association have decided
to hold an annual winter show next
January 12 nnd 13 in a suitab.e
bnikling in the city. It is anticipated that a considerable number of
entries, both locui and from other
districts will be made and the show
will be a large factor in encouraging
our local poiiltrymen, besides establishing our reputation as n breeding
centre of the province. The newly
formed Provincial Poultry A.iscci.i-
tion will do much to assist >. dividual local associations an.l by the'
aid the province generally will be
educated to realize what n valuable
and profitable indus'ry poultry
breeding is  becoming.
have ever  been  shown  in  the city.
They   are  interesting  too,  a    go.nl
deal more so thnn might be thought
from   the   printed  accounts    of       the
battle  in  which the clever black  oul
classed  the  big white man. They
show Johnson's great speed and clev
erness. The pictures are not in any
way more offensive thnn any others
thnt have been shown here, an.l
they nre all the more Interesting for
the fact that more than half of th.'
films show Bcones in Reno proceeding
the light and incidents at the train
ing enmp. also a large number of
the famous stunting men, who gathered to sec JelTries ill bis attempt
to win back ihe championship.
I Tin- results of ihe new scheme by
loi'nl optlonists in Regina, In their
endeavor to prove that a modern
hotel can bo conducted on a sutiH-
factory and paying basis, without
a bur will be watched with much interest. They have completed arrangements to secure the King Edward hotel, the largest in Regina,
ami considered to be the best and
largest hostelry between Winnipeg
nn.l Vancouver. The profit nnd loss
account of the hotel under the new
regime  will be eagerly looked lor.
Big right Pictures
It is definitely announced that the
moving pictures of Jeffries-Johnson
fight at Reno, when the hope ot the
"white race" failed to come back,
will be exhibited at the Revelstoke
Opera House on October 13th. Thc
pictures of tho great scrap at Reno
last Independence Day are all to the
good, as has been demonstrated by
the capacity audiences who have
seen them in Winnipeg, Vancouver
and Victoria. The pictures ol thc
fight are clear as a bell and fully
the equal of any fight pictures   that
Shihhfo Gure
quickly  stops courfh*.   euros  colds,   heul*
lb« throat aad luntfs.        -   >    -        23 cents.
WHISK\ nOLUS liiS VICTIMS
ntii Released by WoiiderfvJ Samaria Piticivphcn
Kiwi■>! setd '■;> Inflammation unu lr-
un <n .•: ; hu Mtjmucli and \. i w\\k id
iit n, i'V« s- Tin- s.va 1 or peiiu iUm.1
.- \w .'.■ i ih* ui er \h often f ireed in
Mink f\ en HKulnst I ' III b.\ Ilia un
H i urn i ,.l\\Mt'  ! condition,
Si tn nm i rescriptloii dtups the crav-
11;, M em 11 i'S tht; nerves, bull Is ii|> Un-
.fi.i ml hen llll an.l mult* u drink uiv
nu ilj dislus i im an 1 iiuuhimus. 11
- inste'i ss and o lorli ss, and can bi
given  with  or without  lhe  knowledge
■ i  in.' patient.
Thousands of Canadla homes have
lieon saved from misery and disgrace
..y sol ie devoted .V. mother oi
lauKhier :hrough this wonderful Can
,i linn remi Ij Tlu- monej fnrmei l>
trusted in di ink has rt stored hunpi-
in es, home i umi irts, education uu I
esj eel i i the families formerly lu
tvatil and despair.
tteu l lhe toil u in-,, one of tlid nu
merous unsuliclte i ti sl Imonl iIj i <■
■elved:
■ i ran never repaj you f"i . oui
remedy, it la worm m n i iti in
io me. My hushnnd lias b»*en off»*n .
liquor Be vera I limes, hut would not
touch it. lie - aid n had no i harm (<<>
him now. Mil} Uod's choice bttMsln**J
.■vi r resi - n * ou, and yours, at o mj
prayers ever, Nn one knows II bui
i bose  wl o  i -i \ e I ii> ii it.    As soon  as  i
■ an 1 n ill Be. oil • rs Unit I ki. .\\
would uiv.' anything lo stop thoir hus-
1 amis   fi mi   drink.    1     will   .;.. i
your  adi 8
■  Mrs.  K .  Dewlnton.  Alta.
. S'ume   within Id   i n   re , .. -' i
Now, if you know of ans
needing thi ■ erne ly. tell them al mil
it. If you havt any Frtetid or reln-
ii\.* w ho has forme l or '.; forming
the drink habit, help him tn
imn-. If from Its iw fui clutches Sa
m ui,i   Pi esci ptlon ts
dans and H  bi
A   I iUl.   IKI \l.  l'\( K VG]
mariu   Prescr ptlnn,  ivltti   I
Ing full partli
etc     w ; a
post]    Id  h    plaii   sea   ■ ■   . i   * «-••
anyone a        -
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v    i'   ;:   Ms
stoke.
NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS:
QliBNBANK   SCHOOL.
Healed Tenders, superscribed "Ten
dor for Qlenbank School," will in
received by tho Hon. the Minister ol
Public Works up to noon of Friday,
tho Uth of October, 1U1U, for tlu
creation nn.l oomplotiou ol a two
room school building at Clcnbank,
near Nukusp, in tbo Blocan Uloctoral
District.
Plans, Specifications, Contract and
Forms ol Tender may bc seen on and
nfter the 18th day of Boptombor,
1'JIO, at the olllces of a, 11. Gardiner
Ksi|., Nakusp, Secretary to tho
School Hoard; the Government ng
cuts at Kuslo and Revelstoke; and
the Department of Public Works,
Victoria.
Kach proposal must be accompan
ied by an accepted hank cheque or
certificate ol deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to thc
Hon. the Minister of Public Works,
for the sum of $3(111, which shall bc
forfeited if thc party tendering decline to enter into contract when
called upon to do so, or if he fail
to complete the work contracted for.
Thc cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be returned to them upon the. execution ot the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with thc actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or nny other tender
not necessarily accepted.
F. C. GAMBLE,
Public Works Engineer.
Public Works Department, Victoria
B.  C,  September 15th.  1910. td
C>Q-A-T i
COAL
A Car of the Famous
Wellington  Now In
Lethbridge Coal Always on Hand
Orders Prompti y a i To
S.   G-.   EOBBHsTS
rIkI■:.  LIFE AND ACCTDEN1   IN PHONE    60
tBmmaa^^K^msMaMnmmmm*Bmumz?fw***3mBmvwTwmim^mrr^mmxmmB^m&mr~
SHIRTS
INSURED
FREE
It costs money to ii:sitrc your
life or property, but it costs you
nothing to  insure your  shirts,
IP YOU WEAR THE
Buckskin Cloth Shirt
because IT IS INSURED E7
THE    MAKERS    AGAINST
RIPPING   IF IT RIPS y. ,
nnothi-r shirt abfoluti ly fr
charge |
is alta In '1 ti
EACH H. B. K. BUCKSKIN
CLOTH SHIRT SOLD. Ask
'■   'ir *. show you THE
SHIRT WHICH CANNOT RIP.
In  it you".! find a heap of
ROOM   a h aj   of QUALITY,
COMFORT
ing tl rei i of ihirt SATIS-
FACTION
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED   185*
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund $4 400,000
Totil Assets Ove-    -        $4,400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OKNFRAL BANKING 0USINE88 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Brnnohei      Interest ul'owcd at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Bugage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office - Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phono 276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       Night oaii ti
H P, K BUTTONS
■
H B K BUTTON HOLES
H B K SEAMS
rip
For Sile by th* Lending f)*ilm
Throughout Canada.
Marie and guaranteed Yy tli-*
HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.,
MONTREAL
Shirtmnkers to
The Workingman.
Send Your Orders
To tbe nnd isigned for
Famous G; It Joal, Dry Cedar
and Hemlock
ire, Life and Accident insurance
Pull particulars of -select building
lots given upon application
vV. B. Robei^on
Cecal Weal Permanent Loan
Company Agene)
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Tahrr of Voice, Piano end Organ
Pupil i>.v are 1 for T oronto Conservatory
iif Music.
Local  Hxaniinalions.
Studio:   Second Street
NOTICK
Kevelatoke Land District.
District ol  Wost Kootenay.
Take notico  that H.  W.  Crawford,
of Uerrard, B. 0., occupation engineer,  intends    to  apply  for  permission
to    purchase  tho  following  described
lands:
| Commencing at a post planted ten
chains from the south east corner
of t'ullmer's pre-emption, Lot 7491,
thenco west 40 chaiUH along the
south boundary ol Lot 74'J1, thenco
smith 2(1 chains, thenco enst 40
| bains, thence north 20 chains to
I oint of commencement, containing
bl) acres, more or less.
Dated August 27th, 1910.
HBOTOR W. CRAWFORD
Located by W. li. Glenn, Agent.
NOTICE,
in the matter ol nn Application
for tho issue of a Duplicate Certill-
cato of Title to Lot 8, Block 4, being part of Sections 27, and 34,
Township 23, Kange 2, West of tho
6th Meridian, Town of Kevelstoke,
B. C., Map 636.
Notico is hereby given that It is
my intention to issue at tho expiration ol one month after the lirst
publication hereof a duplicato ol tbo
Certificate of Title to the above
mentioned lot in the name of Revelstoke Land Company, Limited, which
certificate is dated tho 9th day of
April, 1907, and numbered 6774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL R.  ROB.
Land Registry Offleo, Nelson, B.C.,
September  13th,  1910. 817015
SPECIAL  REDUCTION
FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY
LUMP
NUT
$850
$7.50
Orders promptly filled
F. McCarty
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Weal Kootenay.
Take   notice   that   Etta   MeCarter. of
Revelstoke,   B.C.,   Spinslqr,   intends  lo
apply for permission  to  purchase tlio toi"
lowing described laiul:-
Oommencing at  a  post   planted on the
easl bank of the  Columbia   River at the
! North-west corner of  Lol S^O 1, Group 1,
! Kootenay   District,   and   marked   "Ktia
! McCarler's     south-west     corner   posi,"
.thence  east  4u   chains] thence  north80
: chains; thence wesl 4U chains more o* less
to tbc east  bank  ol   the Columbia River
ihence  south along the east bank ol'  the
Columbia River Su chains, more or loss to
the  point  of commencement 1  containing
320 acres more or loss.
• ETTA McOARTER,
Hy her agent, Albert Foreland.
Dated l^th August, I'M).       aug 17 2111
Assignee's
AUCTION SALE
Acting uwlcr instructions (rom Thos
II. Ingram, ol Vancouver; aistgiiee of
the S II. I.awniiLi- estate 1 will Bell by
public auction nt
SALMON ARM, B. C.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1910
At 2 p.m. nl the premises
The real properly belonging lo tin*
saiil S. II* Uawrenceestate, consisting.il
three lots situate ou tbe corner of iiuil-
son St. and McLeod Ave., in the town-
site of Salmon Ann. on this property
.ire erected .1 residence and sum* building. It is a nuo.1 revenue producing
osition, under lease at present time.
Property will be offered iu one or two
lots to suit bidders at time of sale.
Purtber   information   as    to    terms,
rental, etc., may be bad on  applying to
the undersigned.
Tims. ll. Ingram, Assignee.
lio\ 251, Vancouver, l>. C
Salmon Arm Kicai.iv Co., Agents,
Salmon Arm. B, C,
J, Johnson, Auctioneer,
Salmon Ann, B, C.
THE    CITY    OF   CALGARY.
SKALKD TKNDKRS will bo received by the Commissioners of the
City ol Calgary, and addressed to
the undersigned, marked,
KNDKUS FUR STREET RAILWAY
TIES AND l'OLES,
until the seventh day of November,
next, at 12 o'clock, Noon, for supplying the Oity with ties and poles
or extension 10 the Municipal Street
Railway.
Full particulars and specifications
may bo had on application to the
Commissioners, City ot C .lgary;
marked cheque covering live per
cent, of thc amount of thc hid must
accompany  each  tender.
Tho lowest or any tender not
necessarily  accepted.
Dated at Calgary, September 28th,
1919.
W. D. SI'ENCE,
City Clerk.
©hanaoan College
COl/nSES   FOR   I0IOII
iiiv;b School; Two
Business,   in-
and Type-
I'l in*.  V™ al
vim*.-;
in. 11
II1IKI*.llllll.
1 m    1 i; -a < ii-KN * Skit, 2],
■ '  fniiiier par-
•  prim Ipal
EvertErr  w iawyer
NOTICE.
Revelstoko Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notico that W. U. Robertson,
of Rovelstoke, occupation, Insurance
agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands.
Commencing at a pout planted at
tho north cast corner of Lot 2772,
running north III clinius, thence west
40 ehuins, thence south 41) chains,
thence eiiHt. 10 chains to tho point
of  oommencemeiit.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
Dated Sept. 6, 1910. B.17-N1C.
0.
JOBBING CARPENTER
Phono 270
Rcpnll . I'romptl)
,ii.*ii.I.d  1..
Work   Shop
in 11*111. oi
Skriting   Rink
CANCELLATION OF  RESERVE
NOTICE ll hereby  (lven    that    tho
reserve existing upon the lands cm-
bracod In Bpeelal Timber License No.
5848, Situate in Kootenay District,
is cancelled, nnd that the said landi
will be open fm location under the
provisions ol the "Land Act" at
midnight nn December 22nd, laio.
ROBERT A. RENWIOK,
Deputy Commissioner ol Lands.
i.mihIm  Department,  Victoria, B.C.,
i:,tb Beptember, 1010. td
'OUND—Purse containing money, on
McKenzie Avenue. Owner may
bavt MIB< by proving property
nii.i  pi v,ng for this advertisement.
Appi; Mail-Harold omce.
iMMfflPi lD4«?.MI8**' tei'lI'lk-CM1
XAMINATION      FOR   INSPECTOR
OF      STEAM  BOILER    AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    tor  tho position
of  Inspector  of   Steam   Boilers    and
Machinery,   under  the   "Steam  boilers  Inspection  Act,   1910,"    will    bo
hold at tho    Parliament   Buildings,
Victoria,  commencing November 7th,
1910. Application  and  instruction
tonus can bo bad on application    to
tho undersigned, to whom tho lormor
must  bo returned  correctly  filled  In,
not later than October 34th,      1910.
Salary  $130.00  per month,  Increasing
at tho rato of $5.00 per month   each
year to a maximum of $180.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of Machinery,
Now Westminster, B. O.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
Dlstriot of West Kootenay.
Notico is hereby given that (todays
after date hereof 1, Ernest Edward
Hull, ol Hereford, England, occupation iiicliiUTt, iiitend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands, for permission to purchase the tallowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the Bouth-weot coiner of 11. J. Hy-
lianis' pre-emption, Galena Hay, West
Kootenay District, B.C., and marked
"Ernest Edward Hull's N. E* corner
post," thence 40 chains south; theuce
III) chains west; Ihence 21) chains 1101 Hi;,
thence 10 chains east; thence 20 chains
north; thence 20 chains east to point
of commencement, containing in all
100 acres more or less.
Dated this IH1I1 day of June, lillO.
Ebnbbt Edward Hai.l,
aug 1000d 11. C. Hall, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice lhat 1, E. MiGahrnn of
Arrowhead, B.C., occupation Lumberman, intend lo apply for permission to
purchase the following describedlands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the Noil Invest corner of Lot 8201,
thence 80 ehains wesl; thence (10 ehains
north to T. L. 1007(1; thence 80 chains
east along the line ot T.L. 1007(1 to (he
Lake shore; theuce along the lake
shore to point of commencement, containing four hundred and eighty acres
more or less.
Edward McQahran,
Arrowhead, B.C., June 28th, 1010.
jly 2112m
NOTICE,
llevelsloke Land District.
Disl 1 lot of Wist Ko.dcnay.
Take notice thai Charles A. Barnum,
of Kevei.siok , I;. 0., occupation,
cruiser, intends to apply I'or pei mission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the trail leading from MoOuUough
Greek to French Greek, about a quarter
of a mile distant nnd in an eastei ly
direct lou from Goldstream, inarkid
".S. A. Ilill mini's North East Corner")
ihence south 80 chains; thence west
SO chains; thence north 80 chains;
I belli e easl Kt) chains lo point of commencement, containing (110 acres,
more or less.
Charles August Barnum.
Dated August 2nd, 1010.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take nolice (bat John H. Barnum, of
Revelstoke, B. 0., occupation  cruisei,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described land*-:
Commencing at a post planted on
lhe   I rail    leading   lion,   McCulloiigli
Greek lo FrenohCreek, about aquarter
of a mill' distant and iu an easterly
direction luuu Goldstream marked
'J. 8. Illinium's Ninth-west Coiner
Post! I hence sonlli SO ehains; thence
1 asl SII chains; I hence north 80 chains;
thence west 80 chains lo lho place of
eoiiiinenceiiieiii containing (ill) acres
mole of less.
John 8. Barnum.
Haled August 2nd, 1010.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kinds  ne       ci'-riil  -ii
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
k. R. McDougall, -   Manager "ti«: i  ■'        uir "'   " **''**'■~>!MI1
WEDNESDAY,  OCT.  12TH,  1910.
THE MAIL-HERAuDREVELSTOKE. B (!
/
Tt.g»i
The Klevator ie in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage  of  it  to
get to the Bargains in the
DrygoodB Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the eitizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
We are giving our Special
attention to Freeh Fruits.
We can help yon if you
are  preferving.     Call  in
and see the assortment.
Just placed on show 100
Ladies Coats, the swell new
long roll collars, made by
the " Princess" Manufacturing Co.    See them Ladies!
$15 to $20
Ladies' Coats
The new swell Ladies Coats we are showing are
meeting with a favorable reception. They are
the newest yet produced, The Rosedale (a registered design) is a beauty, with the neat semi-
fitting back, and long roll collar.   Price
$20.00
House Furnishings
You should use a BiSSeU-^l
Dressy Voile Skirts
These skirts are the best sellers this Fall. They
are really nice for Dress Wear as they do not
crush, and they shed the dust. This year's styles
are particularly pleasing with the fine Soutache
Braid and Russia Braid designs.
$7.50 to $12.50
Ladies Warm Underwear
W; nil, comfortable underwear for the Ladies.
The line we are featuring this week is the " Var-
meta," an all wool knit-to-fit. Both Vests and
Drawers finest lamb wool, will not irritate the
skin, in white or natural colors, at
$1.25 per garment
To protect your carpet from the wear and
tear of stiff corn brooms, buy a Bissell's
Carpet Sweeper. It will last for ten years.
It entirely eliminates the terror of Sweeping day, will outlast fifty brooms. Ask to
see our ball-bearing line.
Carpels and Rugs
See our line of Wilton and Brussels Squares
A choice range in all standard sizes.   Colors -Reds, Greens and Browns.
A new lot of small rugs just arrived direct
from Fngland.   See them.
Cocoa and Rubber Mats
Just what you need for the muddy weather
A choice range of those goods in line heavy
fibre.   Prices 75c, to $2.50.
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the store on
thn Ground Floor, ia proving a
convenience. We have a fine
" Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
C. S. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT   STORE
! Revelstoke ««* Arrowhead
Fine T
ea
In our Tea Department as
usual we are offering; our customers one of the best lines
at a small price. One that
has a reputation to be proud
of. Every one who knows it
knows its worth. That is
SUNBEAM at 40c. and 50c.
per pound.
Flower
Pots
Just received a large shipment of Flower Pots in 2-inch
4in., 6in., 8in., 9in., and lOin.
This is the time you need
them, and you can get them
at Hume's.
Biscuits
d Cak<
an
Huntley & Palmer's Biscuits and Cake—an all-the-
year-round success. A real
biscuit novelty. Welcomed
wherever introduced. Light,
crisp and digestive. They
not only win us new customers but retain them. In 25
different assortments.
China and
Glassware
See our table of Fancy-
China and Glassware at half-
price. They must go at once
to make room for our new
stock. Come early and get
first choice.
Baking Powder
Price's Baking Powder,
the Iiow-Priced Powder with
a High-Priced Value. We
carry a full line in 6oz., 12oz.
241b. ami 51b. cans. Wholesale and retail. Get our prices
then you will get our goods.
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or 8KND
your Orders ! Herd the children
to the Store I Come yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too large or too email lor us to
handle. It pleasee ub to see tnat
Customers get the beet of attention.
X Ps£«  I
,-*.,-
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
WEDNESDAY,  OCT.   12TH, 1910.
NEW FALL STOCK
Dress Goods
Tweed effect, heavy weight, just  what
vou require for winter.   Selling Price 40c.
Plain Cloths. 40 inches wide, selling at
Sweater Coats
Women's Sweater Coats, length 30
inches, in brown, grey, navy, cardinal
and white.    Price   $3.00.
Children's Sweater Coats, ages 2 to IG
vears.   Price $1.00 up.
Mens Shoes
We carry a large stock of Shoes, heavy,
suitable for Fall wear,  a large range of
sizes.
Underwear
For women at popular prices, close fitting, elastic ribbed, vest and  drawers
75c. per suit.
Women's natural wool, $2.00 per suit.
Women's Hosiery
Wool Cashmere, in black. Sale Price
25c. per pair.
Fall Millinery
New models arriving by express. Come
in ai'd inspect our display, and if you
purchase a hat here you can depe tl upon
it being the latest.
REID 0» YOUNG
Born
5L AN-At ReveUto'se, '-<* C, Oct.
.ith, 1910, t Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. S.
Sloan, a .laughter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H. E. Ft. Smythe has taken a lense
.! L. M. Hagar's ranch nt William-
-   :. -  lake.
"Dad's Girl" at the Edison Theatre tonight. Miss Verna Felton and
the Allen PlayerB.
The cry council have seemed        a
raper  and have  done    g I
oi    the   roads  this  week  clear-
mi: <ift the mud.
The usual high school annual open
ing exercises will take place on or
about the ol  I ictober.     Further
announcements  will  be  made  later.
The   first    drill ol    the Revelstoke
i ;.-' Brigade will )>c held tomorrow
night at 7 o'clock in the Methodist
Hall. A lull attendance is requested.
Remember the llullowen Dunce in
Selkirk Hall under the auspices ot
the L. A. of B. H. T., Monday, Oct.
31st. Ladies' tickets 50c, gent':,
t.ckets $1.00 td
The Hon. A. E. McPhillips has
been sworn in as President of the
Council ;n the McBride government,
vice tbe    Hi n,  F.  L.  Carter-Cotton,
who has res ■    ■
Th.*    I    • imbia C inserva-
tive will  hold its      an
nual meeting at     Nelson on Sovem-
*:   :; ■::. I IS.     Between  150 ai A 200
deli _-at.*-   *. -ont.
ear's great comedy "Twelt-
th   Night h   was   to   have    been
iced at the Edison Theatre on
November ati ■     ere     earlier
than ant ted an I     ill be seen on
m ler 4th,
a. B.  Wa ts,  ol Wattsburg, ii.  C,
:.- d is  writing      the
;:.  - Brit Investoi
minate  investment  in
,-entui        I   i Mr.
...--.        well ki in 1 imber cir-
'•::-. Har • •■*    Presl
dent  ol tl •   Rebeka ■ mbly, * :  1
i i the looal lodge Frt-
.   i ri Bid nt gave     a
. :   * ■'.       t   and
■   . ll •: t; *
Mi-. Hai na     *•  n   tbt ladles     flrtt
a:. .  Hi. Geo.  H. Kn
...* '.' I Uli      Park...
carried    R lbe >  iby
On 1  •
special   -■
i   tnnwi * ■ •
.     •  I.*      ■*.   i    i
Lord Blsbo)        '  ■   !*    '      *      ''•
rill I        • ler of coi
„■ . ; reac .      tt tbi
tlir*  Nrvlo   a recepl
t.*  msel l*   ;
f      t  ■ ek in t
Hall, wh.:    t I ed that a
nimber  ■■!  ■  tin n-.   nol     ....     I
.\*,.-;jcan church,  b it   al      ol all
er deif'tninations will  bi     resent    '
welcome h making
his first visit  U    !'■• '■■ Istoke.
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
aa we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it Lu be.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Tens and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special
HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Insurance
IMWamiUaHBkWHUISim.
cmxsnm
Is one of the most important items in your busin< "%
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will look after this  b anch   of
the business for you.
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors lo hinc?id 4 Anderson
Fall Goods
Cold weather is near and you will require
warm clothing. You will find our stock of
these goods up to the mark. We can clothe
you from the skin out, and quality considered,
you cannot buy at a more profitable store.
Stanfield's Underwear
MISS VERNA FELTON with The Allen Players
Edison Theatre this week
I   Mrs. a. McRae will not receive t i
morrow (Thursday.)
The Hon. Thos. Taylor will ar
rive in the city by the south nam
this  evening,
The Rev. Father McNeil, ol Home,
has been appointed Priest at the Ro
man OatholiC church here.
Mr. and Mrs.  Mttrry     Hume and
family rctiirni I on Monday from .,
three  weeks'  visit  to  friends  on the
coast.
The third i'n. i il nui ti'ti i adi bii'l
under the ausplci i:   .
i.  Rill     be    held In the
II** ise "ii  Wednesday,   Di cember
The Bitting ■ *' the  Supreme
which     was    to have I   Id oi
r * • i* Ifitb, has beei
journed  until  T *   ■
]   Mr. and Mrs. J. Hun
n  Monday evening
■
the
V meeting       •      Bos Trade
t al
ty Hall I ■ i *
*
il import
-
■■
•    ..
'  • li
Mr. AI • ■ ictlon
ill       the     manner     in   wlfch   the   fire
■ ■■     fork  In 'hi
•    ■   '    aid  that   mot i  attenl
*    [>s   :   '     •    '
timbei   and     rei       trai
generally.
Na.!: ico  I'ooth Pastel which . • tak
I an.i.la  by storm  >ol.l  at       ..lac
.1 maid's   Ir ..- Btore, 25c. a  rube.
Fi 'It    BALE   Cooking i BUge,  extensible,    lo
blinds,  *'t.* ol II.   P.
. i lummings T* ■
\    WTl'.H :.*
ol
or warehouse,  *r as cook  ;n smali
el.       J. M.   Queei       Longhead
V VNTEP
I
INFINITE VARIETY
in our  lini -  of  toilet g Is,
We 1; ive ill kind * al a wide
range ol prii es. All the si ind-
aad makes of Talcumi Cold
Creams complexion prepar
itjons, Toilet Waters, Pel
(umei Things 'or the halt.
Uauii ure Supplies, Rubber
Go ids, etc So largei assortment ia Hie dtj
Bews  Drug Store
Neit Uurro Blo'.k
Business locals
Peai peaches and apr.cots In Mb.
i iu   al 36c , at  Melnt yi c's
iphone neeflles, medium, low,
i      i'i   tone   al   Maeloiiald'H       drug
Hundreds of new Victor Orama
phone i ei nrrfs to choose from at
Mucdonaid     li ig   iton
Mclotvi>■ ha <• onto condensed
milk and evaporated cream in all
sizes iii old prices,
If   you   wanl   a   Victor   or   an   I'Misn
all.uur machlno, writs or call at
Macdonald's drug store, lho nowwt
und l»c»t al makes.
*
: inch.
I
*
Coming Events
*
i
* ttn
'
■'    ii    I iforma
ii    o(
R    T
•■ i
Theatre
I    - ' ,\,||l!  :
:.***. I, $1.00 ai at
: '    * ah ■
Nov.   it   Ww  England  Play,
the  Kennebec,'    Bt i      Band    and
■
ikoDS   and
lira t Hand. eatre
MUdi      '   llrectlon ot O.P    '
i      i*; ii I. d   i heatro
J in    I   The  '•■' I direct
i     of    c   p,  Walker      DSdlson
i.t.re.
.lea   21    'Stubborn    Cenderella." tn
• he " ipora House,
i* [Tin  I..'*.* im  Playoii     umi
Hignor Romanllll, an Italian
harpist, dlreollon ol O.P, Walker
Wdlson Theatre
FOR SALE-A High Orade Bample
Organ at a bargain price. A bcnii-
tiful Doherty clrcaaian walnut real
piano model, six octavo organ,
equipped with the latest type of
piano pedals. Hns a rich mellow
tone. Regular price JlfiO.M Reduced to $11*0.20, easy terms Apply at Bingham's .Music Store on
McKenzie Avenue.
FOR SALE—A Cottage Upright Piano at a bargain, made by Al-
phonse t'ary, possesses a very
pleasing tone and is in excellent
condition, has been thoroughly ov-
hauled by Mr. Bingham, and licars
Our gunrantee o' sntin'nrtion. A
splendid little instrument for mod-
irate playing or for n beginner.
We will Hike it in exchange on ft
new piano at 'r.i- | nee any time
within two years—$106.00 easy
terms. Revelstoke Music Store,
Ji hn  Bingham manager.
FnR    SALE   Ebony   Square   Piano—
Bweet, musical    tone,     and     easy
ch,  full  hill rompaat  seven and
a hal! octaves,  A suitable    Instru-
:*      beginners. Vie  must
to .t at unci' nnd  to   do so
we have reduced tbe price to $95
* le lired. -Revelstoke
-•   ■     J. Bingham man.'.
NOTICE.
y given that, on thc
t,  applicant]
* ce  for    rs-
to      sell
known
■    '*   at     Ar-
Provino     I     British
JOHTBORNE,
Shi fob's Gure
'"■    i    .iiif-   iiii.ha. onrcM oolds,  lu-nis
Ihe   ilii'm'. ami   inns***.   -    -    *   20 cents.
NOTIOE.
1 hereby give due notice that on
nnd after tbis date I will not be
held responsible for the payment of
nny debts contracted in any way in
my nam? without nn order duly
signed by myself, for improvements
on my properties or anything what-
BO-over, until further notice.
I ROBERT TAPPING.
ROOM  TO   LET—Single  or  double.—
,   Apply  at  Mail-Herald  Office.
FOR SHIRT SATISFACTION
SEE THE NEW
BUCKSKIN CLOTH
SHIRT
Sold   with   this   guarantee   attached
/.TANPTHEI*)'
\A.-SHIRT   »
Miss Edith Wrigley
Slit I'll  KH.N8INC.TON, ENO.
Art Master's Certified
Is prepared   to receive
for drawing and
painting.
For particulars npply to
MISS EDITH WRIGLEY
Care Mr.i. 'laymen
r
FOR BALE   SIX   Roomed   house      on
Third street, cant, with all modern
conveniences;   also   kltchon  range,
lnniii   and   liiivlcums.   --A|iply  this
umcc,
Men's Fall Hats
 tssortment
i Imontl,   Pill    and
I leadfi rm Hal tifl   and   ofts.    To see
■   ii  i    wh) we  want
I
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Wc have  , I oui ic\\ es  to  meet  the
i* I Ini Slur1', W illi M'fi, double
iffs and  u i irate Petci Pan i oil ire,   ui table
ms, hi i ii h,  In iti *u . i Inili'., in sell 'al
popular pi ii' ..
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM t'l.OTIIINt;
emvear For Woman
Everyone knows this standard brand. We
guarantee every garment to be unshrinkable
and stand ready to replace any garment that
does shrink.
Long sleeved, high neck vests, ankle
length drawers, natural color, guaranteed pure, soft wool, $2.75 per suit.
Combinations, all sizes, in natural
and white.
Children's Underwear, in natural and
white, all sizes and prices.
Dressing Gowns
See this line of beautiful, warm Dressing
Gowns in our window. These are only a
sample of what we can show you. They are
warm, light and pretty, and very reasonable
in price.
Dress Goons
We are offering some specially good things in
Dress Goods. The new materials in the new
shades and a fine line of trimmings. Let us
show them to you.
[m/ia/i
9
G   CJ   CJ   E»        O  O   O   D S .
WHEN YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—anil you should insist upon Rotting tlie best at all
times—get ours. Our repututton for good bread is not
tbe result of chance. Our customers are satisfied that
otitB is the iiiohL Ba/isfaotory bread they can buy.
Try it anil yuu will become a, regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
CHIVERS & SONS, Limited
CAMBRIDGE,   ENGLAND
JAMS!  JAMS! JAMS!
711). nm] Hl». tins, 11!i. glass jars.    New seasons k"<h1s Jllsl
to hand are the products <>f ilie- most modern and up-to-date
factories in world*    Have you tried them?    If not, why not?
Prices no higher Uum Inferior makers.
Mclntyre  &  Son
HERE   AT   LAST!!
The Only Original and Genuine
MOTION PICTURES of the
Jeffries-Johnson
WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST
Held at Reno, Nevada, July 4th, 1910
Opera House, Wednesday-Thursday, DcT. 12-13
3 Tickets,
oOc.j   Mt~t.
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