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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol  16 -No. 86
REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER 2, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
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THE BEST.
OUR KITCHEN HARDWARE. AND   HARDWARE FOR
ALL KINDS OF USE. IS THE VERY BEST.
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COST US.
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HAPPY. BUY OUR HIGH GRADE GUARANTEED GOODS.
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Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000 000.00
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Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—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.
Rovolstoko Branoh—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Creamery gutter
Eastern Townships
Shamrock
Alberta Government
Independent Creamery
P.    BURNS   &   Co.
Limited.
Stylish Fall and Winter Hats
A shipment just arrived from the East
SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOORS KAST OY  EDISON THEATRE
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Medals Presented to Successful
High School Candidates
The most successful entertainment
of its kind ever held in Revelstoke,
took place Friday night in the Odd
fellows hall, which was crowded 1 y
those interested in hearing the high
school animal opening exercises. Mr.
Howson, chairman of tlie toluol
board, tilled the chair, while the chief
address ol the evening was delivered
hy Mr. J. B. dordon, provincial inspector of high schools who made a
stirring appeal on behalf of l)1j;her
education.
Mrs. Bews sang in her usual charm
ing manner; Miss Wrigley, Mm, P.
Parker and Miss McCarty, showed
iheir highly artistic temperament in
the tine interpretation of their bongs
Great musical ability was very creditably shown by several high school
pupils, Misses I'rquluirt, llrown,
Hobbs, Procunier, Porter, Blbbald,
Hell, Fraser, and Leon Coursier and
Harol.l Gordon. Growing histrionic
talent appeared in recitations render-
id by Misses Moran, SimondB,Brock,
and Fred Fraser.
The prize winners were all presenl:
Miss Edna Bruce received the Prof.
Bisson's gold medal for highest
standing nt the matriculation examination; this medal was presented
by Mr, Alkins, who spoke very fittingly. Mr. Procunier presented his
own medal to Miss Tannis Patrick,
for highest standing at advanced jun
ior grade examination; and spoke
very inspiringly on value of education.
On behalf of Mr. MacLaurin, the
donor, Mr. Coursier presented Miss
Muriel Porter with a medal for high
est standing at preliminary junior
grade examination, and made a very
interesting speech.
Mr. Colpitts presented the entrance
class of l'JIO with their diplomas,
and made a very suitable speech in
presenting Miss Kate Simmonds with
the Governor General's medal lor
highest standing at the entrance examination.
On behalf of Dr. Hamilton, who
was unable to be present, Rev. Mr.
Melvin, in his usual capable manner,
presented Miss Sibbald with a gold
medal for having obtained highest
standing in mathematics at the entrance examination.
On behalf of the school board, Mr.
Manning presented the lacrosse
shield to Donald Calder, the captain
of the public school team who had
won the 1909-10 series. His remarks for clean sport were very opportune. "
City Council
At the meeting ot the city council
last Friday night, several requests
were made Iiy citizens for conveniences.
Dan Mcintosh asked for an electric
light on the Victoria bridge A. H.
Calder asked for sewer connections.
J. D. Sibbald requested that McKenzie avenue north of the track lie
cleared; all these matters being referred  to their respective commitees.
At the request of No. 1 tire brigade the council promised to pay a
salary of $2*3 a month for a janaitor
for No. 1 fire hall.
Thc mayor in bringing up thc
matter of the .ity purchasing a
team, expressed himself strongly in
favor of it, saying that it would
easily pay for itself in a veryshort
time. The public works committee
were asked to bring in a report.
The council decided to try and
lell the old generators which have
been removed from active service at
the power house.
After much discussion it wns delicti against the construction of thc
_ iers on the creBt of thc new power
dam, except that for the blow oil
mnchincry.
Arrnngcmentswero mndc to purchase a pump for the gas producer
plant.
The passing of the accounts     con-
uded thc meeting.
McGill Musical Examinations
Mr. C. M, MacFarlane, general secretary of tho local musical examinations conducted by McGill University throughout the Dominion, wan in
-jWn Monday seeking to induce the
music teachers ta prepare tlicir stud
ents for thc musical examinations of
the only Canadian university having
a chair of music. ...
The standing of McGill University
in such fnculties as medicine, science
arts and law, is too well known to
require comment, and it is sutiicicnt
to say that the standard of its musical examinations iH equal to that ol
the other fnculties. The reason for
holding these examinations, explain
ed the secretary, is that McGill University recognizes the necessity ol
helping io raise the standard of
musical education  in Canada,     and
at the same time to bring tho influence of competent examiners to
bear upon Instruction.
The examinations which are held
yearly, theoretical on April 13, and
practical during Mny and June, arc
divided into six grades, beginning
with quite elementary work and lead
ing up in an unbroken chain to thc
examinations for the diploma of
Licentiate in Music of McGill University (L. Mus McGill) and the degrees of bachelor and doctor of music of McGill University.
These examinations here will, for
a time at least, be carried on nt a
financial loss, but in the near future
will undoubtedly become self-sopport
ing. It is purely an educational un
dertaking in thc broadest lines, and
when there is a sutllcient financial
surplus will he donated to establishing scholarships to enable those
students who hnve shown musical
ability of high order to assist themselves in completing their studi'.'s a?
McGill   University.
Thc local representative and secretary for Revelstoke is the Kev. CA.
Procunier, from whom any teacher
or student can obtain free copies of
the McGill syllabus Containing full
information regarding these examinations also application forms.
The pianoforte music for these ex.
animations is published by McGill
University and may be obtained at
.•ost from the general secretary, department of music, McGill University. All the other music mentioned,
n the syllabus, may bc obtained
■torn Messrs Nordheimer & Co., of
Montreal.
Wherever I bave gone, concluded
the secretary, I have met with the
heartiest support from the teachers
d music, and tlie parents of music
itudeuts, realizing, as they do, tho
great value of inducing students to
write for recognized musical certitl.
cates.
Mr. MacFarlane left Monday night
for Vancouver, Victoria and New
Westminster, where he will spend
iome days, returning to thc enst by
way of the Kootenays.
Hospital Guild Annual Report
The following is the annual report
ot the officers of thc Ladies Hospital
Guild lor the year ending October,
1910.
RECEIPTS.
Balance   on     hand   $373.48
Dec.   20,   whist  drive       54.00
Jan. 22, Allen Co. benefit     70.75
Feb.  2,  hospital  ball    175.35
Sept.  1,  opening  ward       80.25
Interest          4.48
Total     $6C«.48
• EXPENDITURE.
Linen    $U«.10
Fruit        25.50
Canada Drug        6.30
Kinas  gifts      14.50
Sewing  	
Printing 	
Toilet set 	
Cretonne    	
Mattresses   	
Charing  	
Band 	
Opera     house 	
Dressing    gowns  	
Prizes      ,	
34.20
8.65
8.00
3.15
33.00
2.00
30.00
30.00
32.33
5.50
Balance  in
hand
$391.13
. 217.35
Total    *$C08.48
Edith S. Morris, treasurer.
SECRETARY'S REPORT.
During the past year the Ladies'
Hospital Guild supplied the hospital
with fruit, linen, crockery, etc. An
extra supply of linen being required
lor the new wing, which was opened
un September the lirHt, when tho
ladles held a tea and serv?d refreshment-*. The sum of $30.25 was tak-
,'ti  in collection.
On December 28th a progressive
whist drive wns held, tlie sum of
${4.20 being realized. on February
2nd the hospital Imll was held at
the opera house, the proceeds ol
which were $175.35. This, with the
additional sum of $70.75, which was
the amount derived from the benefit
given by the Allen Players on Jan.
22nd, mnkes a grand total ol $241!.10.
As tho linen purchase.1 during tho
year was more than the usual amount, tlie guild -funds arc rather low.
The  ward  which  is  being furnished
by the guild  is being decorated   and
when finished should  prove quite    an
attractive    addition  fo  tbo hospital.
K. 0. McOarter, secretary.
L. 0. t. Notice
Members ol L. O. L. 1058 nnd visit
ing brothers are requested to meet
at the old post ollice, 2nd stroet,
west, nt 0:45 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 6th
to attend Divine service at St.
John's Presbyterian church.
Rev, M. G. Melvin will prsnch on
thc subject "Tho Euchnrlstlc Congress." General public cordially in
cited.
Moving picture! tomorrow r.ml Sal.
unlay nt thc Hdlson. First class pro
gramme.
FAREWELL TD PASTOR
Baptist Church Loses Services of
Rev. W. P. Freeman
Amid the general joyousness of
Thanksgiving Day, the shadow of
pain fell upon many hearts as the
members of the Baptisli church assembled Monday night to bid farewell to their beloved minister. The
chairman of tlie meeting Mr. Howson, tried to hide his own and the
general sorrow by humorous remarks, but it was evident that all
were  deeply  moved  by  the  occasion.
For the past three years Mr. Freeman has been minister of the Baptist church and during that time he
lias won fur himself n permanent
place in the etfection and esteem ol
the people of Revelstoke. He has
not only built a church, gathered
the Baptist together and made them
an effective moral force in the city,
but, as Mayor Hamilton sai.lin his
address, Mr. Freeman has proved
himself n good citizen who was deep
ly concerned in all the broader issues of the city, and who knowledge
of civic affairs rendered Ilis opinion
valuable.
Dr, Hamilton also spoke of Mr.
Freeman as a broadmlnded man, a
trhc sportsman and one whose place
in tlie Y. M. 0. A. would he hard
to lill.
Rev. Mr. Melvin in his address, referred to Mr. Freeman as a close per
sonal friend, whom he loved and
trusted as a brother. It was exceedingly fortunate thnt the Baptist
church in this time of changing
thought had a man of splendid intellectual endowment, a student
abreast of the times, who had thc
courage of his convictions.
Nor was he one of those nnrrow
minded men who were more anxious
to make people members of their
church than to make them christians. His broad vision of God led
him to love and serve his fellowmen
in a disinterested spirit.
Rev. W. 0. Calder, in an exceeding
ly able address, spoke of the difficulties of the ministry and said that
Mr. Freeman was a man ol honor
and deep piety who rang true to the
core.
Other speakers were Rev. Mclntyre
and I. W. Williamson, each of whom
paid glowing tributes to the service
nnd conspicuous ability of Mr. Freeman. All the speakers, as well as
the addresses from the different organizations of the church, made It
evident that Mr. Freeman left Revelstoke not only with the loyal affection of his congregation, but also
with the best wishes of thi sister
denominations and of practically all
the people in the cily.
At the close of the progrnmmc Mr.
Colpitts rend an address expressing
the deep love and prayers of thc
congregation for their pnstor, and
then presented Mr. Freeman with a
purse as a small token of their
affection.
In liis reply Mr. Freeman was deep
ly moved, and in a feeling speech,
said that he thought it was licttcr
[or him to go, but thnt he bore in
his heart the kindest feelings for all
liis loyal people, for thc sister denominations anil he hoped that Bap-
tish church would flourish under his
successor.
Thc choir rendered excellent mi sic
during the even.ng and t.i the close
of the progrnmmc refreshments vi re
served.
Y.M.CA. Notes
Hu    not    forget   to  come t > tbe
yodng Indies gymnasium class tonight at 7:80, conic whether your
suit is ready or not. The w,,rk
that will be given for tbe beginning
will not necessitate a suit.       Qym
nasium  shoes is all   Mint  will   le  re
quired, Thc high ichool nils gym
nasium class will open Baturdty a;
toniociii nt 8:90. A large atten lanoe
is expected.
Businessmen's class will lie     held
at tho regular time Thursday ninrn
ing, leave your troubles on your
desk nnd forget business for nn hour
You will go bark to work with a
clear brain  and  renewed  energy.
The bowling team standing   ii   ns
follows:
Name Won
Businessmen    2
    1
Heaters
We are showing a large stock
of Heating Stoves at prices
that cannot be beaten. Base
Burners, combination wood
and coal stoves, Blazers, Box
Stmes, Air Tight Heaters,
tlii Heaters, etc. Sask-Alta
Kootenay and Hotel Ranges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne B
ourne Dros.
J
0 ISBS&^SEGBSBEg E3 3SS3S83SSSSS2S:!
\A        WINTER   UNDERWEAR
Wc li.'ive loci cd a luge asssor'ment of Underwear in
anticipation of ilu- cold westher Lhat Invatiably follows a
sil'itiiiei- .-tii'h as we have this season enjoyed. Our
uiuli-rivi' ir is th- best lnaili1, warm, comfortable ainl
sei vii-ealile. Our prices are so low that buying here is
economy,
.Men's s.ini'aiy w, il film underwear, unshrinkable and
comfort able	
Price per Garment 75c.
Men's Underwear, Penman's
manufacturer, in light,
ni'ilitini anil heavy weight,
all   wool  Hi i In il   and   unshrinkable   	
Per garment, 90c. to $1,50
Mi'ii's ('oilerwear, Wolseley
make, in medium ami very
heavy weights, pure wool,
guaranteed unsbfinkahle,..
Price   per   garment,   S2.50
Men's Underwear, Stanfleld's
manufacture, all pure wool,
guild   wearing,  -giiaiai.teed
tinsbt inkable	
Per Garment, $1.25 to $3.25
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
Choice
Poultry
and Meats
We're not crowing idly we're just assuring
the public that our present : tock of Meats and
Poultry is the best we ever offered. The Poultry is dry-picked, young and tender. The
nuats are the choicest—every portion is cut
from young stock. Leave us an order and you
will come again.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
The fin iti ' Hi ilth Resort on the Continent
Natural   Hot Water    l-'-i   Degree  ol   Ilea
Natural Hot Water iu Baths.   0,  0 All Year
Rates from $12 lo $15 Per Week
p.c.
lOflO
won
loon
500
lost
0
j, ii. ti  i      n
Pent's     I I
Corley's         I 1
('. P. U    n 0
Y.  M.  0.  A    0 "
Tonight tho Y, M.  ('.  A.  play the I
J. II. 0., it will he a close contest.
Visitors aro welcome to watch     the '
Karnes.
Sunday afternoon thero will be a
men's mcrtini; In thc nymtinsitim. Al- '
ian Thomson, i;enernl secretary of
the Y. M. 0. A., will address the
meet.ng, Meeting begins with n
sone service at B-ltC, come and Join 1
la thc singing.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Pure !
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
WKDNI-rrUY,   NOV.  2ND,   1910.
GI-cflDafMbcralb
PUBLISHED  WEDNK8DAV  AND
SATURDAY AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C,
Jntertor pubitsbtitfl Company
Limited
HABVKY, McCARTKK
AND PINKHAM
BARRISTEKS, SOLICITOUS, KTC,
it: o.    I i I.   Ill ill,im,   HEVKL-
s iintK, B, C.
Miner to loan,
Oilice-.-Kavel-.ioLe,    ,0.,   CrimbrooL, H.I'.
But). B, McCaktkk
&.. 11.   I'lNKHAM' J. A.  HAKVKY,
KcveUtoko, (Iruubrouk
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1LL1AM 1. BHItiUa
Barrister
■Solicitor, etc.
8 for:—
Tuk Canadian Hank ok Commkkck,
Tuk Molsons Hank, Bto.
FIRST ST.,   -   REVELSTOKE, B.V
liUUlCKT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
MiuiiiK Siuveyoi
Engineering
MiKknzik Avknii:
Uox HKI, Rkvklktiikk
C.   W.   O   W.
Mountain Viow Camp. No. 1*9
M,**,;- Sectuui hu*i  Fourth  W'ad&esdsfi   lu
uth. in Selkirk Hull.    Vi.-mii,,*- wood*
r li.i,ly ilivilej tn lltteuil.
V.   K OSBORNE, Con. Com.
jas  MolNTYHK, Clerk.
Kootona    LodKC No. IB, A  F. & A. M,
'Ilie rHRiilin meet-
lngl ioi, hoi,I ill tlm
MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows'
Hull, nn lhu third
Monday   in   oucli
 uth   ut   8   |i in.
Visiting    lirolhriiii
ure cordially wel*
come,
J. T. I'OLLtlt'K. MabtEB.
I   HAS. J. AMAN. Ski IlKTAEY
SELKIRK LODGE 12. l.o. O. K.
Moots fiyory Tli'"-'*
iU> evouiiig iu Sel-
Ikirli Hull nt B O'clock
fVisiting brethren ar.
cordially invited tn attend.
BSSQOAREBRIOGS N.O.    J. MATHIE Sir
Cold Ranh'D Lodge, K of Pi
Ho. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
\l,..-. „,„rv Wndnesdsy except I liird Wivliio-ilHy of audi
month, In the (hi f< llnws Hull
at* n'i-1 ick. Visiting KniKlits
are corJiully invited,
D A.  McDONAI.Ii. 0   C.
0. il   BttOCK   k. ot B. A S  and M. o' 1'.
Improved and Unimproved Fruil: Lands
Near City, 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.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND   ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meets in I. i). 0. I'. Hull next to
Tapping'* Opera House, every second
anil fourth Monday in month.
Visiting brethren coidiully welcomed.
0. K.. Ularbnob Harte,
Rec.-See, 11. W, Edwards
the methods they adopt to celebrate
the festival ul Hallowe'en. Merc
they io eoiitiiie their pranks to harm '
less jokes without allowing are ele-'
ment of destruction to creep mtu
them, no one would object; in [act,
it is rather pleasing than otherwise
to see thut the old lime bu.wed
customs are kept. up. I aIori-.unat.ely
the hoys do not stop at harmless
Inn, but deliberately destroy property regardless ol all cost, an I do
much  damage,
The boya who broke into tbe high
Bchool 011 Monday night can littoral
ly rough used all thoy could lay
their bun,is on, including de3ks, paper, hooks, etc., deserve icvi.i'o punishment and we look '.o ih.-r p, i
outs 10 teach them better m>;:,i\>or,
und if not then other mothjdj of
correction should be adopted. Even
worse than this wns the tearing up
of the pine trees that had been re-
ei'iitly planted round the Methodist church on .MuKea.- *.■ avenue.
Tins act, is, if notniag ei.r, tacrl-
llgious and deserves the most severe
condemnation, We lind it hard to
believe that Revelstoke boys are so
ill bred, nnil ill taught ns to bo
capnblo of such an act of vandalism
as this, and WO strongly suggest
that these so called pranks, which
hnve been mildly tolerated in the
pnst be put a stop to and the offend
ers taught a lesson they will never
forgi-t. Extreme leniency ou the
pari of parents, the police and public generally has been responsible for
this unwholesome strain of vicious
liking for destruction of property,
which has gone on unheeded in the
pnst on llalloive' u, and the sooner
these practices are put a stop to
the  better.
ing it, but the continual having to
dig up goes ngninat the grain. In
this case $32,000 will be asked for
fi oui the people as that su is required to finish whal will undoubted
ly be a permanent aad profitable
work, but why could not tho engineers Iiave made their plans iu
the first place, so ns to cover all
contingencies? An item shows that
jJ8,C'..a was allowed for engineering
and superintendence, while in the
new estimates $10,000 is wanted for
that, or $2yOCfl more. We do not
think that, the engineers should
charge the eity with this extra,
when tlie engineers are practically
responsible lor the advice to the city
council iu making the moro costly
changes  in  the   work.
The report ontirely fails in reality
to explain fully how the extra money has been spent in tlio various
items of tlie work.
COLUMBIA CAMP No. 15071,
MODERN   WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Mi-i't*.  ever)-   Tuesday   night   In
Odd Fellows 1 l.ill, 2nd   sl., weal.
A" *, sil ■ .* :*. gl * prs .■■■■ invited m rtttend
A. I. Anthony,      Wm. S, Sloan,
Cons (.'l.il.
Zbc fl&ail-lberaft
WEDNESDAY,  NOV. -'Nil.  1910.
Att ..      ison oi the
year thi Petei .., :,■*.. I Rei *.v is
fearf.l that we may be too exuber
ant  in  o ir ex; i
says the '** I i .,*. Ini i     v.
othc lie     would
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the    magistrate,    receive    exemplary
sent' ni-'* and i* mlshmenl.
ACTS OF  VANDALISM,
We   strongly Jeprocato the action
of tbc young boys ol this city     In
NEW    POWER    I'l,ANT.
Last   issue contained the report ol
the engineers Smith, Kerry .t Chase,
.*ii thi   progrst * ol i be work and the
cost  at   tin   new  power dam.  In look
ing  into  the report   it  will  be   seen
that   Bince the original  estimate the
engineers bun* decided that a larger
planl   is  required and  that  of u.'Cis
sity,  the amount   io complete      the
Installation must  correspondingly  in
crease.     The    estimates ol   August,
1909,  were carefully made ,...t by the
engineers as being adequate     Ioi    a
long  time,  but   It  appears  t.
were   mistaken   in   their   own
tions.     The machinery now in pis
and  in  process  of installatu n
greatei   capacitj   th
ly alii xi
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llr*in   , .,*. Ing   I"   be   asked   (or   Mii   llil
i    iiii amn ml.     tt Is I hia kind of
■  .■' causes our people lo   be
' onu   Impal h nt and lose    ci nfl-dence
in    tbe   city     inb'iH, and naturally
mul'.' b them ntiapii     thai      things
arc not all uh they ihould be. If
n 'iihi'ii'iit sun tn the lirst place
wore asked lor for an) improvement!
the public would not  object to vot-
Inlluence of Lacrosse
In a recent address to the school
boys at Winnipeg, doe Lally, the
enthusiastic booster of amateur lacrosse said:
"I believe lacrosse is the best phys
ical exercise to be found among the
many kinds of games today and if
you boys start right, learn to be
bonest in sport, take probably some
hard bump- and raps now und then,
you will grow up to he all the better business men when you get older
"He honest boys, above nil thi'.us,
in all the time I hnpe been in la-
russe I have never known of a single
case, no, not one, where any dirty
or mean player over gained by bis
dirty work. When you see one fellow
hit another over the head, a deliberate whack probably because he got
a little accidental nark, shows tbat
bo is had at the core. 1 say bad to
ih* core because any player .iho
would do a thing like that must be
dishonest and hud to tho bottom   of
his   heart.
"I   I.'I!   y,,u there is something      in
old saying about  British      fair
lilaj  nn 1 which we -I.    Id try to fol
1 •:.;.   ol you boys s1
.  ihonest   turn      it
Don't hesitate a minute, but
llegin
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The "Sunken Punt" Case
Uteres! *
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being flouted from place to pfnee,
nnd sunk sufficiently to ullow of its
being used insidiously [or the killing
of game.'
"The defendant is a man 5 feet 11
inches in height and 1-tilths in weight,
and I do not consider that the contrivance in this case was used by
him as a sunken punt in contravention of the Act.
"I therefore give judgment in his
favor."
Strictly Fresh Eggs
A mutter of very great interest to
every Uritish Columbin housekeeper,
was discussed at thc recent meeting
at Vancouver of tho B. ('. Poultry-
men's Association, that of the common practice among provincial egg
handlers, of selling as strictly fresh
eggs that are in reality cold storage
stock. In thi connection the exeeu
live placed itself upon record as favoring the adoption of legislation pre
Bcrlblng thai no eggs be sold hereafter as strictly fresh which do not
bear, stamped on the shell, the name
af the poiillrynian from whom they
hnve been obtained, with the dnte of
laying,
itevelstoke has already adopted
this practice of stumping its eggs,
and thc scheme is one of the best
thut ha- yet licen framed, as it
will insure customers ns well as producers alike the best results.
Royal Welsh Choir
The Royal Welsh choir nt the Lyric theatre last night was the most
exquisite, tho hest balanced, the
most artistic company of singers
thnt wc have had in Calgary, and
comparisons with anything else we
have had heretofore arc odious—
comically odious, Under tho conduct-
orshlp of Mine. Hughes-Thomas, the
organization achieved wonders, and
the encores wero overwhelming. Wc
do not won,ler that the king commanded performances of the chorus,
be could not hnve hlnmod if he had
permanently attached them to the
court. The shading of tlie chorus
was good, and the volume wns there
when demanded. Every music lover
who does not attend these performances deserves to he excommunicate I
from the practice of his art, and ns
pirants in chorus work should go if
tbey wish to he snved from the
wrath to come.
Tonight the Royal Welsh singers
finish their engagement in the city,
and they should have a crowded
bouse.—Calgary  Hornld.
Unique Entertainment
On Friday, November 18th, one of
the most varied and interesting entertainment- ever held in this City,
will take place at the opera house,
under tiie auspices of the uadics
Guild of St. Peter's church, tu the
afternoon a sale oi work, lish pond,
etc., will provide attractions ia
many forms, while in the evening a
first clas- entertainment will lako
place.
The'e    will be many  new   featuiis,
all of local interest by local sri'Ms
A bevy of Revelstoke's prettiest and
most eharming girls  will  he .-.  :i    in
new  and  original  dances with dnility
costumes.       Twelve    of   lie*. A. t.olic's
funniest     and  most  talented  gentlemen  will  take part  in  a prandcate-
;ii I    -pecialty  dunce.     Eeliiom
local audience seen anv of i 'ir
:. skirts and  hall  gow is,      but
,(>   tha  feature,  ,vd      tbe
jade"   promises      to    he
cceBS.      The  tiny tots  will
behind the footlights In a
nginal      comedietta     and
re   ■ • tiding will lie one of
ta  **   productions over
The  balance ol tha pro-
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ten ^     named  and  lhe   whole
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ITALIAN ASSAULT CASE
Magistrate Condemns Promiscuous Using if Weapons
Tomasse Bregolissi laid a charge
of assault last week against D.
Brusco, the case being heard by the
polico magistrate at the local court.
Brusco was charged with assault
with intent to do grievous bodily
harm.
G. S. MeCarter acted for the prosecution and C. B. Gillan for the
defence.
Dr. McLean gave medical evidence
as to treating the wounded man,
who had a cut on the leg as well as
bruises.
T. Bregolissi stated that he was
splitting wood in his woodshed on
Thursday when the accused came
along with an axe. Without any
warning Brusco gave him a blow on
the leg with the axe and made e
slash at his head also, but missed
He shouted for help and bis brother
came. Brusco then accused him of
insulting his wife, and that was why
he attacked him. Brusco threatened
his brother too.
The plaintiff denied insulting Mrs.
Brusco, in fact the two families had
always been good friends, and he
bad never heard that he had been
accused of tbe insult till now. He
had previously boarded at    Brusco's
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house. Ho admitted that one day
last August he had been in a room
with Mrs. brusco, though there was
nothing to  that.
Bal'do bregolisse, plaintiff's brother
lestilied to hearing his brother call
Ior belli and saw Brusco with an axe
Brusco had said "you come on too,"
he (Brusco) was a little drunk. He
knew nothing of the alleged insult
as the families had always been good
iriends.
J. Wilson and T. Peterson testified
to seeing Brusco with the axe.
Brusco admitted that he had hit
Bregolissi with an axe because he
hail heard the he had insulted his
wife. He didn't mean to harm him
seriously.     He denied lieing drunk.
(!. S. MeCarter said that he
should have gone to Bregolissi as
soon as he hail heard ol the insult
instead of waiting half a day and
then nttack him without warning.
Mrs. Brusco admitted that she had
had trouble with Bregolissi in August, but was afraid to tell her husband till the other morning.
Mrs. Damoer said that Mrs. Brusco had told her of the insult.
Mrs. Shurima corroborated this,
but was doubtful of the date. She
didn't know what went on as she
did not live near, but on McKenzie
avenue.
SIGNIFICANT  WARNING.
C. E. Gillan pointed out lhat there
was   the   utmost    provocation      for
Brusco's actions. G. S. MeCarter con
demned Brusco        for taking
the law into his own hands in as
saulting the plaintiff. There was
no evidem-e ol the assault and no
reason at all for tho accused to
strike Bregolissi. The evidence was
unsatisfactory and there was too
much of this indescriminate using of
weapons. Redress must be gained
at the couits. The   families  were
evidently on friendly terms and thc
accused had picked the quarrel (or
what was suuposed to have happened
months ago. The evidence for the
defence was unreliable and these peo-
pla must be taught pretty plainly a
severe lesson, for there might have
been another mystery in Revelstoke
like the last one.
The magistrate in summing up said
that the charge was a Berious one,
and that these people must not take
the law into their own handB. A
point in the accused's favor was that
there was apparent cause for his
anger against the plaintiff, and it
was in his power to do more harm
to Bregolissi than he did do, but
there was no cause for his using   an
axe to settle the trouble. A fine of
$25 and coBts or three months imprisonment was imposed, the magistrate pointing out that the next
tim« this sort of thing happened he
would impose an exemplary sentence
and show that promiscuous using of
murderous weapons will not be tolerated, moreover, all the witnesses
in this case were unreliable and the
whole thing was most unsatisfactory
Engagement Closes
The Jeanne Russell company concluded their popular engagement at
the Edison theatre on Saturday
night, playing "In the heart of Kentucky," to aOrowded houBe, a thrilling drama of lhe Moonshiner days,
when illicit stilled whiskey could b«
bought for 30c. a gallon. The piece
was well produced, each player cary-
ing out their part with vim and to
quoto Carl Caldwell's excellent "de
niggah" there is alwayB something
going on to keep a man awake. As
usual Prof. Crall, the bald headed
humorist of the traps and drums
and Mrs. Crall, delighted the large
audience with their music which is
such an enjoyable feature of t*he
company, while little Beth Crall
drew well merited applause for her
dainty singing.
Tbe prize turkey was won by T.
Walsh, who in a stirring and dramat
ic speech, thanked the company for
their gift.
The matinee "Mrs. Temple's Telegram" was largely attended.
The company speak in highest
terms of their treatment while in
Revelstoke, being especially laudatory in their appreciation of the
manner in wlii.h the management of
thu Edison has treated them.
Champion Aviatir
New York, Nov. 1.—Mr. Claude
Grahame White, flying (or the Royal
Aero rlub ol the United Kingdom,
won the Gordon Bennett international speed trophy from the custody of
America today in tbe fastest time
ever covered for the full distance of
I'M kilometres (62.14 miles) around a
five kilometre course. His average
speed was a fraction more than 61
miles an hour, and his fastest lap
was 2 minutes 56.77 seconds.
Now is the time to think about
Xmas. Why not have a Gramaphooo
for your family, something all can
enjoy. We supply the best makes. —
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soles, every stitch perfect -a worker's boot throughout.
Good leather ij. essential in a boot of this kind, and in th:s you can
rely on the Ames-Holden ^hoe everv time. Yet we never hold tbat
leather alone makes the choc—there arc flipshod, "nc-gocd" shoes into
which rood leather has been put, and which may even fit perfectly, but
they lack the touch of the real workman. Thread and nails wont hold
a boot together and make it give perfect service it must bc bound together with integrity. The " unseen things" about a boot must be
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WEDNK.TUY,   NOV. 2ND,   1910.
THANKSGIVING DAV
Festival of Reioicing—kevelstoke
Has Much to be Thankful For
Thanksgiving Day hus again come
and gone, and the festival in its
ever recurring cycles once more rein mils im that we are to return
thanks for mercies past received and
ii'knowledge thnt the Almighty has
showered tho blessings of prosperity
mi his people. It is our duty lo
thank God not only with our lips,
but with our lives, with devotion
and submission to His will. Nature,
is our mother, and wc owe her a
debt uf gratutude for her plenteous
ness. Let us sow the good seed that
will bring forth righteousness in outlives. Revelstoke has much to be
thankful for. Are we not a prosperous people, blessed with health
and good things that make life
happy? Our people are happy and
content and the march o*f progress is
ever constant and it will be our
aim and object this Thanksgiving
season to be grateful Tor all th*
goodness of life and strive to still
further improve our conditions and
live  in  harmrny with our  neighbor
Monday was observed as a general
holiday, the weather being beautifully tine and brisk, and the good citizens returned thanks spiritually as
well as temporarily, and making up
their minds to profit by lessons
learned during the pnst year.
REVELSTOKE MUCH BLESSED.
Thanksgiving Day is past history,
and the festival ought to iiin'io Lis
average man and woman „it up and
remeber all the things they hnve to
be thankful for. Of course we all
know that there are plenty of men
and women who will at once declare
that they nre perfectly BUM that
tbey have nothing to be thankful for
Fortunately they are few in number.
Each of us here has a great deal
to be thankful for and because we
will be busy reckoning the store of
happiness winch the year bus brought
us, it does not mean I hat it l.as
brought us nothing but un.-llloyed
joyjoy. In any event there i.* no
question that 19-10 has been one of
the most prosperous in Canada. We
ln Revelstoke hnve no doubt thai
whatever form the service nt praise
aud thanksgiving has taken whether
rendered In the formally dedicated
sacred edifices of the church, In no
less sacred households, or in such
manner as the Individual conscience,
may dictate in this fair city of ours,
in this land of liberty it bus been
hearty, spontaneous and sincere aud
therefore that according as It partook of these qualities it will
highly acceptable to the Being
whose bounty we as a people, ere
so absolutely  dependent.
THK  PILGRIM  FATHERS
The tirst Thanksgiving held
American soil was by the Pilgrim
Fatberc m the'year 1621 shortly nf
ter they landed at Plymouth nek
It was not very much ,,! a Thanks
giving for they did n.'t feel that
they had very much to he thankful
for, but was rather a revival ■■'. the
English  harvest  home.
Over   1,004   vara ago  the  Ism-
wandenug  in  the  desert     wer"
structed by Moses to observe   i
day  similar  in character  •■
em      American     Thanksgiving Day,
when    they   came
land      It   waa called  the feast      of
the tabernacles and I
ti nl of harvest 'urn'
In  modern  times  I
■
*
HALLOWE'EN,
Hall   i
if Al     i-
■ he 1st of N
is tb* ln
Bnglan :   ... .        tlan I it
...
revelries     In    Rev il I
youth di'l   hi ii .  all      nan ioi
,; pranks     nne harmless,   om ■ ,   I
the reverse, though of     inte
pranks  have  taken  the  form of    the
:  ying of property and doing ser
 lamage to fences, gates,     nc
Tne jack-o-lantern in the shape 'if a
policeman's bulls' eye, bowovor, has
the  desired effect.
Must Have $50
Ottawa, Nov. I.*— Htarting this
month, and continuing until Maroh
the minimum Hum with which an in
tending immigrant can enter Canada
will be $'■!), unless they nre assured
of positions as farm laborers. This ll
in conformity with the practice adop
ted last year requiring Immigrants
during the alack season for labor to
he in a position to be sell-supporting
dntil  work  is  morn plentiful  when  it
will revert to tho $25 minimum,
A Rich District
Prince Rupert, Nov. 1.— E. L. Kin
man, formerly of Revelstoke, who
has general supervision over the
work on the Silver Cup mine, ownod
Iiy local interests, and who is operating himself the Pour-Mile, all close
to Hazelton, has gone south for the
winter. He will not return until next
spring.
Speaking of the country, Mr. Kin-
man says: The mining outlook warrants such a large rush of people to
Hazelton, and feels satisfied that
it will become the great mining centre of the north next season,
Alter twenty years spent in the
various camps of the province, Mr.
Kinmaii is in a position to speak
with some authority on the subject.
He says that without doubt the Haz
elton camp is the best he hus seen.
The values when taken in conjunction
with the immense bodies of ore, will
make it a great producer.
At Four-Mile he has confined his
work this season almost altogether
to surface work and is ready fnr an
early start next spring. He will put
aiiu'.it 30 men nt work opening up
the prospect and judging from the
work already done to exploit the
vein there is no doubt ns to the rich
returns to be derived. Samples taken
across the vein which is in places as
wide as eleven feet, run in values as
high as $200 or $400 a ton. The ore
varies from about $7 or $8 a ton to
about $Cvf** a ton, so that a high
average can be counted upon. Mr.
Kinmaii :s naturally elated over the
prospects, The mine is within easy
roach of Hazelton, being four miles,
as the name implies, from tbat point
A start will be made next spring in
shipping, the ore being conveyed by
wagon to the shipping point on the
river. When the railway line is com
pleted the mine will be only aqout a
mile from the rails so that the shipping will  be n very simple matter.
While Mr. Kinmnn is elated over
the outlook on his own properties,
He says that the whole country is
rich in mineral. It is iu fact, as be-
fore stated, the best he has seen any
whore in the province.
Opposes Moral Reform
Mayor Husband of Vernon, is re-
ported to have stated at the recent
Convention of Sunday school teachers
in that city that he did nut believe
u moral reform resolutions such as
were recently passed at the convent-
Ion at Vancouver.
He said that he was strongly opposed to prohibition, but believed in
ibi' strict regularion of the liquor
traffic. He Informed the convention
that he took a drink daily. and
bred racehorses, ;.*.! !.,! not consider himself worse than thi>y ,.n   this
delegate
replied,    and     •■ ti   ng
against  the ma that    he
was an ardent I   d
Canadian Alpine Club
:.al     f<*r
a   very      pre! nl
-
t have bi
•   • ■•
I
tl
tii
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Dr. Crippen Appeals
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I-:;
*,i    tbe
nt i and
iei n  received  by     Btbel  ■ law      I
..
:-:, rri  re Crl|
SHIRTS
INSURED
FREE
It costs money to insure your
life or properly, lint it costs you
nothing to  insure your  shirts,
IP YOU WEAR THE
Buckskin Cloth Shirt
because IT IS INSURED BY
THE MAKERS AGAINST
RIPPING. IF IT RIPS you get
another shirt absolutely free of
charge to you. This shirt insurance policy is attached to
EACH H. B. K. BUCKSKIN
CLOTH SHIRT SOLD. As':
vour dealer to show you THE
SHIRT WHICH CANNOT RIP.
In it you'll find a heap of
ROOM, a heap of QUALITY,
and a heap of COMFORT, making three heaps of shirt SATISFACTION.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICK is hereby  given that,    on
tiie tirst day  of December next,    application will be made to tho  Super-
ntendent of I'rovincial l'olico for   a
in;:wal  ol  the  hotel  license  to    soil
iquor by retail in the hotel known
s the Glacier House hotel,  situated
sh Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of Oct.,  181(1,
nt Glacier,  in tho Provlnco of Brit-
C.  P. R.
ct 15 Nov 17 Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICK  Ih  hereby  given  that,    on
be tirst Uny ot December next,      up
licatlon will bc made to tho Super-
ul.iidciit of  Provincial Police for   a
Kiiewal of the hotel license to      Hull
iquor  by   retail  in  the  hotel  known
as  the    Queen's hotel, situated      at
omaplix,  in tlio Province of Dr.tisb
Columbia.
Dated this llth day of Oct., 1910.
J.  II. YOUNG,
■let.  15 Nov.  17 Applicant.
H. B. K. BUTTONS sewed on
by hand—Cannot come off.
H. B. K. BUTTON HOLES
bar-tacked—Cannot break.
H. B. K. SEAMS nil double
stitched and anchored—Cannot
rip.
Extremely large body aud
Ions sleeves.
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO
(Section 42.)
NOTICK  is hereby given  that,    on
he lirst day of December next,     application  will be made to the Superintendent ol Provincial Police for    a
renewal  of  the hotel  license  to    Bell
liiiuor  by  retail  in  the  hotel  known
s tho City hotel, situated at Arrow
head,    in the     Province of      British
Columbia.
Dated this lCth day of Oct., 1910.
JOHN CALEY,
Oct. 15 Nov  10 Applicaut.
LIQUOR ACT. 1910.
(Section 12.)
NOTICE  is hereby  given thnt,    on
be tirst day  ni December next,    ap-
lication will be made to the  Superintendent of Provincial Pol.ce for    a
'renewal ol  the hotel license to    sell
liquor  by  retail  in  the  hotel  known
jas the Lakeview hotel, situated      at
Arrowhead,  in  the   Province  of Uritish Columbia.
I    Dated this 10th day of Oct., 1910.
CHAPMAN   & 1RV1N,
Oct. 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
For Sale by the Leading Dealers
Throughout Canada.
Made and guaranteed by the
HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.,
MONTREAL.
115
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICK  is hereby given  that,    on
the lirst day ot December next      application  will be mude to tho Superintendent  of  Provincial  Police  for a
'renewal of thc hotel license    to   sell
! liquor  by  retail  in  the  hotel known
las  the  Lardeau  hotel,  situated      at
Comaplix,  in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this llth day a. Oct. 1910.
RUSSELL  M.  BV -.NS,
Oct.  15 Nov. 17 Applicant.
Shirtmakers to
The Workingman.
:
. i  in, call a '•     look
ii, in  ,,*. '*i     Revelstoke  M
Sh Hob's Gure
qui, UIv   -.lopi  r ,,i,i!I,i
11,,* il,r,,„l and lund*.
t-itr.%  colif-t,   I,*  ,1,
2.1 etHt*J
I'oit MALI': Water frontiigi. nppci
ni:.* I'orl. Maim. Iln' now i"iini nl of
('.i i,mii.in Nnri ln*i n Itaili "ml. A "in]
chance to t rehln your money In ., vi i y
short space of lime, Rnsy terms,
Apply to l!i'vi'|nloku General Agon-
piuu, Ltd,
LIQUOR ACT, 1J10
.tion 42.)
NOTICE is lnTeliy given  that,    on
i ■*.*     I   December   next,    ap-
, to Uie Super-
lit of  I'm. u.i* al  Police fur    a
* "use  to    sell
• l  known
ated     at
I  Uritish
* .aa.
11
M    ORADY,
.\ pplicanl
n l*
. ..*
•''nd,
i
i -. llMlOO
* option,  i*
..•'.* Dg       the
ioundary  ut Lol   M91
i * * '      11
Imins,   tl to
I,   nn.m ',r Iphh.
■!   August  27tli,   .
HECTOR  ■'■    CRAWFORD
■■■I  by W   B   '.Uiu,.  Agent.
LIQUOR ACT,
ctlon  to
*'',     mi
■   lay ''f ii*' "ii,',.*! ,*, xi,   nn
,li   Will   i,i'   nnri** I  .   I *..*       ,,.  .
Pro fur    11
*,f   till'  III.'*  li
i'l'i'.i*  by   retail   ,n   III" hotel     known
i  iin'  Hotel   i I <■ i      ai
'( *'l    'li,     111     'll''     P I   '*    "f Hi il IHll
lolumblfl
Dated linn I Ith day ol Oct, 1910
.IHUN   A.  TIIKW.
ct. 15 Nov, 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT, 1310.
(Section  -.2.)
NOTICE  Is hcrei,y  given  that,    on
the tirst day of December next,     application will he maoc to the Super-
iniend.'nt of Provincial Police for    a
renewal  of  the hotel license  to    sell
liquor hy retail in tho hotel knowii
as the  Criterion hotel, situated      at
Camborne, iu the Province of British
Columbia.
Dai,',I  this 10th day ol Oct., 1910.
F. T. AUKY,
Oct 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given that,   on
the  lirst  day of December  next,    ap-
pllcatlon  will  be made to the Super-
ntendent of Provincial Police   t,,i a
i    ai  "f  Hn-  bote!  license to    Bell
liquor   by   retail   in  tbe  hotel known
a.   il.e  Eva hotel, situated at Camborne, in the Province nl British Columbia,
Dated this ICtb .'ay .,( Oct.,  1910,
il. <;. WARE,
-,v 17 Applicant.
THK   CITY   ul1'   CAI.ilAltY.
SEALED TENDERS will bo ro-
by iin- i iiiiiiiii: iloners "I   tbi
,i, ,.i Calgary, and addressed to
i ilgned, min ki-ii,
I. IDER8 FOR STREET RAILWAY
TIES    ANU    POLES,
1,1,1  ti,,   »'.inin day of November,
DWt,   at   12  o'clock,   Noun,   fur    sup
plying   ll"i  Oity   with  ties  and     p..Iih
u.ii  lu Iiii!  Municipal  Street
Railway,
Full    pai ■ .   im    and ipeciflcatloni
may   lm   Iml   "ii   application    tu    the
'uiiuni  ilonei      I Ity   of     Calgary;
 1"* i •  91 mi;      live       pi'f
cent, "I ilu1 iini"iiiit ut tbe bid must
in*, un,pnny i-n. ii tender,
li"' lowest or any Under nut
neoeM&iily accepted,
;>Mt»i ut Calgary, Beptember 2Hth,
1018.
W. D. HPENCE,
City Clerk.
WAiNTED
FOR SALhi—YVfti'ehouBB on Sun Iu i
Ti'auh, Apply KiiVELSTouiv Sawmill
Co	
OR SALE—278 acres facing Eaglo
River, Sicamous, $30 per acre. For
terms apply to K. A. HarriB, 1100
Luugley, Victoria, li. O.
'ATURN1TY NURSE-Tho undersigned is prepared to take Muturn-
uy liases at ber homo or at the
home of the patient.—Mrs. W. U.
Watson, Dox 38. Oct 5 1 ml
IV ANTED — Scotchman, married,
wants position on (arm or ranch,
nineteen years experience in Montana and Saskatchewan. Disengaged after October 14th. Address
Uox 103,  Oxbow,   Saskatchewan.
IOR SALE—A High Grado Sample
Organ at a bargain price. A beautiful Doberty circasian walnut real
piano model, six octave organ,
equipped with the latest typo of
piano pcdalb. Has a rich mellow
tone. Regular prico $100.00 Reduced to $110.20, easy terms Apply at Bingham's Music Store on
McKenzie Avenue.
OR SALE—A Cottage Upright Piano at a bargain, made by Al-
phonse Cary, possesses a very
pleasing tone and is in excellent
condition, has been thoroughly ov-
haulod by Mr. Diiigliain, and bears
our guarantee uf satisfaction. A
splendid lit'In instrument for moderate playing or (or a beginner.
Wc will take it iu exchange on a
new piano .it '.Li., i ncc any timo
within two years—$105.00 easy
terms. RevelBtoke M js'C Store,
John  Dingbnm  manager,
FOR SALE—Ebony Square 1 iauo—
owcet, musical tone, and easy
touch, full full loinpast se\en ana
a half octaves. A suitable instrument for beginners. Wc must
close it out nt once and to do so
wo have reduced the price to $05,110
easy terms if desired.—Revelstoko
.Music store, J. Bingham mang.
NOTICE.
Notico is hereby given that, on the
lirst day of December next, application will bc made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of thc hotel license to sell
l.qtior by retail in the hotel known
us the Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the Province of     Uritish
'ulumbiu.
Dated this 10th day of Oct.  PJ10.
W. J. LIGHTilURNB,
Oct 12 Nov 12 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1010.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE ia hereby given that,    on
he tirst day of December next,    ap-
liloatiOU will be mado to the Super-
iitcndent of  I'rovincinl  Police  for a
encwal  of  the  hotel  license to    sell
iquor  by  retail  in the hotel  knowii
i.s  the  Halcyon  hotel,  situated      at
lalcyon,   in  the  Province  of  Uritish
Columbia.
Dated thiB loth day of Oct., 1910.
WM. BOYD,
Oct. 15 Nov 171 Applicant.
NOTICE
IN     THE MATTER OF AN       AP
PLICATION  for  thc  issue of  a duplicate  Certificate  of    Titlo    *.o    Lot
2,      Block  0,   Town  of     He .'elstoke
uMap  C36).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
It is my intention to issue it lhe
expiration of one month alter the
tirst publication her.'of a iluplloato
of the Certificate of Titlo i i tin
above  mentioned  lot in  the name  of
'humus    J.    Graham,  which  Ccrtit).
ate    is dated  the 25th of  January,
898, and numbered 501K,
SAMUEL    RAE,
District Registrar.
Land   Registry Oflloe, Nelson,    D.  i .,
October 15th, 1010.
Messrs.   Harvey,  MeCarter  &  Co.,
li.ii i n.iii:;,    Revelstoko.    li. C.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
Jn    thc    Matter of    the  Estate      of
Thomas Harvey, deceased:
NOTICE is hereby given that all
creditors und others having claims
Bgainst the Estate of TIioiiibb Har-
vey, late of Revelstoke, B. C., de-
i eased who died at Revelstoko on
or about the 3Sst day of December,
1909, aro required to send to the
Undersigned Solicitors for Thomas
Kilpiitrick, Executor ol the Last Will
of Baid deceased, within OO days from
d ito full particular! of their claims,
duly verified, and tbat
n ter that date the Baid Executor
w II procoed to distribute the said
citatc amongst those entitled thereto regard being had only to thoHO
i* aims of which Baid Executor Bhall
bave then received notice.
Dated October 12th, 1910.
HARVEY, McOARTER & PINKHAM
Solicitors for said Executor.
t'ct. 15, Dec. 17.
XAMINATION      FOR   INSPECTOR
OF     STEAM BOILER   AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    for the position
of  Inspector  of   Steam  Boilers    and
Machinery,   under   the   "Steam   Doil-
rs  Inspection   Act,  1910,"    will    bo
held at tbo     Parliament    Buildings,
Victoria, commencing November 7th,
1010.        Application and  instruction
forms can bo had on application    to
the undersigned, to whom tho former
must bo returned  correctly  flllod  in,
not later than October 34th,      1010.
Salary $130.00  per month,  increasing
nt tho rato of $5.00 per month    each
year to a maximum of $180.00.
JOHN PECK,
Chief Inspector of Machinory,
New Westminster, B. O.
1st Sopt. to Oct. 20.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given   that    the
escrve  existing  upon  the  lauds  embraced in Special Timber License No.
5848, situate in    Kootenay District,
cancelled, and that tbc said lands
will be open for location under      tho
provisions of the  "Land     Act"      at
nldnigbt on December 22nd,  1910.
ROBERT A.  RENWICK,
Deputy  Commissioner of  Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th September, 1010. td
NOTICE
Iu the matter of an Application
or tho issue ol a Duplicate Uertili-
cate of Title to Lot s, Block 4, bong part of Bections 27 and 34,
Township 23, Range 2, Host of thii
th Meridian, Town of Revelstoko,
B. C, Map 030.
Notice la hereby giien that    it    ial
my intention  t>»lss;ie at the expira-
ion    of ono *9<>nt'i  after tho     lirst
ublication hftof   i duplicate of the
/ertiiicate    ,» Title to tht     above
mentioned I.f in  the namo u Revel-
toke Land Jonipany, Limiteo which
ertilicato '   dated tho 9tb diff      ot
April,  190',  and  numbered fit'iA.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL R.   ROB.
land Registry OUicc, Nelson, B.C.,
Seltember 13th,  1910. 817015
NOTICE,
revelstoke  Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tnko notico that W. B. Robertson,
'. itevelstoke,  occupation,  Iusuranco
Jent, intends  to apply for  permiB-
iju to purchase  the following      described lands.
Ocnuncucing at a post planted at
the north cast corner of Lot 2772,
tun.ing north 40 chains, thence west
0 'hainB, thenco south 40 chains,
ha xo east 40 chains to the point
f commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
Dated Sept.   6,  1910. S.17-N16.
NOTICE.
Notico in hereby given      that   tho
artncrsliip     heretofore existing    be-
wecn the undersigned and carried on
under the lirm name and stylo of tho
Vest Kootenay  Steam Laundry Com
any, has thiB day been dissolved by
mutual consent, Mr. W. B. Robertson
withdrawing      from  the  partnership.
'ho business in future will he carried
en under the same     lirm name      by
lessrs,  Earl  Barraclough and  W.  O.
Ibearcr,    who    will assume and pay
II liabilities of the late partnership
lirm aud all  debtd duo the late  lirm
re payable to them
w. u. Robertson.
Earl  llaiiaclollgll.
Wml 0.  Shearer.
Witness,  Geo.   S.  McCurtor.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In  the Matter of tho Estate of
John    McLennan,  doceaBOd.
Notice    is    hereby given    thut    all I
creditors  and  others   having    claims ,
against thu    Estate of  John  McLennan,  late  of  Revelstoke,  U.   C,    dc-j
ceased,   who  died atRogers  Pass    on
or about the 1th day of March, 1910,
aro required    to send    to the*.undersigned  Solicitors for  John    B.    McKenzie,  Administrator of  the  EstatoJ
of the said  deccasen,  within  00 days
from dato  full   particulars  of      their j
claims,  duly verified, and that    alter]
that  dato    the    said    Administrator!
will procoed to  distribute  the      said]
estate  amongst  those  entitled  there-]
to rcguid I'.'ing had only    to    those!
claims  oi Tvbich  Baid    Administrator]
shall  have then received notice.
Dated  October 27tll,  1910.
Harvey, MeCarter & Piukham,
Solicitors lor said Administrator**! WEDNESDAY, NOV.  2ND,  1910.
HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
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Mail or Telephone your orders,     Have   our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order   too large or too
small for us to handle.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- Hume & Co.. Aimited
Mining, Contractors, Campers  and  Tourist   Supplies.
All orders put up and parcelled by experts to insure
safe carrying and packing.
Holiday Linens
for Thanksgiving
The Dainty Housekeeper's
Delight—Fancy Linen, pure
snowy white, direct from the
natural grass bleacheries of
the "Green Isle " to brighten
the Thanksgiving Table.
68-inch full bleached pure
linen, extra table widths,
Moral designs and borders at
85c.|
Superior  Round Thread Table Damask, 72 inches wide,
floral and   conventional tie-,
signs and borders,   napkinsjt
to match
$1.50
Sets of Cloth and Napkins
boxed in handsome cortons,
Irish subjects, a handsome
gift
$4.50 to $10
300 odd pieces of linen—the
smallest doylies to the full-
sized tea cloth. They are
manufacturer's samples, a
little soiled and rumpled, and
they are going at half-price.
See our Windows
Direct from the mills in the
"Old Country" dependable
qualities and the finest colorings, 30-inch flannelette in a
great range of fancy colored
stripes and checks at
I5c.
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.
Neck
s
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.
inn Sets
Twenty new dinner sets in
the latest designs and patterns, on sale all next week.
Come and look them over.
$10 to $15
At a bargain. Get it while
we have it. Large size bottles, regular price 25 cents.
Selling to-night at
15  cents
fancy Hair Pins
The new Shell Braid Hair
Pins, fine large pins, smooth
finish, round or square ends
at 3 for 25c. or
10c. each
New Ribbons
A dream of beauty are the
New Fall Ribbons, in the
wide fancies for Children's
Hair Bows, etc. The shot
effects, Roman stripes, the
watered and moire effects
are particularly attractiue at
25c. to 50c.
Patent Leatlier
s
Patent Leather Belts are the
most notable addition toJ.he
little accessories that go to
make up a completely dressy
woman. The new Red Patent Leather Belt. The new
Black Patent Leather Belt.
The new Paisley insertion
with Patent edges to the belt-
11 new.   Prices
25c. to 75c   .
SEE OUR
CORNER
WINDOW
lams 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.
Pork and Beans
On Monday and Tuesday we
will give you a bargain in
this line:
For No. 1
" " 2
"   "   3
Cans,
3 for 25c.
2 ■' 25c.
2    "  35c.
This is a real bargain,
sure you get in early.
Be
Canned 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 lujch
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, Roast Mutton, Boiled
Mutton, Ox Tongue and Jellied Tenderloin.
lame Delicacies
Tobasco Sauce, Holbrook's
Sauce, Lea & Perrin's Sauce
Punch Sauce, Chili Sauce,
Hientz India Relish, Hientz
Tomato Ketchup, Sweet Pickles, Mandalay Sauce. Everything to make your meal
tasty.
For Men, Women
and Children
We have just received our
season's stock of felt slippSrs
and are in a better position
than ever to give you exactly
what you want in this line.
Women's Black Felt Low
Slippers with leather sole
lock stitched. It is our leader and the best thing we
have ever shown nt the
money.
90c. per pair
Women's Low Slippers,
plaid, turn over top, leather
sole. An ideal slipper for
cold mornings.
$1 per pair
Women's Juliettes, plaid,
fur trimmed, a neat dressy
slipper in dark colors only at
$1.35 per pair
Women's Turn Sole Juliettes
the most comfortable slipper
made, fur trimmed, leather
Sole, low heels, made in gray
red. or birch bark velvets,
brown, black, gray and red
felt. Neat and attractive.
All sizes 24 to 7.   Price
$1.75 per pair
Children's Felt Strap Slippers, lock stiched leather
sole, plaid only, sizes 4 to 7
35c. per pair
Same as above, sizes 8 to 18
40c. per pair
Misses Slipin, same, sizes 11
to 2 at
50c. per pair
Misses and Children's Low
Slippers, sizes 7 to 2, plaid
turn over top, leather sole,
comfortable and attractive
50c. per pair
Children's Felt Juliettes, in
brown and red, fur trimmed,
felt sole, at
85c. per pair
Men's Felt Rontons, leather
sole, lock stitched, dark and
light plaids, extra value at
$1.35 per pair
Real bargain in up-to-date
dressy garments for men.
We are showing a full line of
20th Century brand suits
that we must clear out. They
are all regular $20 to t25
suits: tweedfe and worsteds.
It will pay you to investigate,
the price is
$13.00
Ladies' Slippers
The most dressy line we
have ever shown. All the
new lasts for evening wear
in both patent leather and
kid. The new pumps are
beauties: fit the foot and give
genuine comfort
BLACK SUEDE PUMP-
turn, with beaded toes, the
newest on the market, price
$5.00
WHITE KID PUMP turn
sole, ankle strap, with beaded toe.   Price
$4.50
COLONIAL PUMP-Patent
leather, French heel, steel
bead toes.   Price
$4.00
GIBSON PUMP - Patent
leather, ankle strap, French
heel, small leather bows. A
very new last.   Price
$4.00
For the convenience of shoppers in the Dry Goods, Millinery
and House Furnishing Departments, Second Floor, we have
tlie best and safest passenger
elevator that money could buy.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke «*<* Arrowhead
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Department- 2nd Floor.
This season we have a magnificent line of Ladies' Long Coats,
the new "Princess" coats with
long roll shawl collars. Prices
are around *15 and $20.
asm THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2ND, 1010.
NEW FALL STOCK
Dress Goods
Tweed effect, heavy weight, just what
you require fnr winter.  Selling Price 10c.
Plain Cloths, 40 inches wide, selling at
35c.
Sweater Coats
Women's Sweater Coats, length 30
inches, in brown, grey, navy, cardinal
and white.    Price   $3.00.
Children's Sweater Coats, ages 2 to 16
years.    Price $1.00 up.
Men's Shoes
We carry a large stock of Shoos, heavy,
suitable for Fall wear, a large range "1'
sizes.
Underwear
For women at popular prices, close fitting, elastic ribbed, vest and drawers -
75c. per suit.
Women's natural wool, $2.00 per suit.
Women's Hosiery
Wool Cashmere, in black. Sale Price
25c. per pair.
Fall Millinery
New models arriving by express. Come
in and inspect our display, and if you
purchase a hat here you can depend ip   n
it being the latest.
REID <& YOUNG
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
■l.T. Pollock, school inspector, was
in the city yesterday,
Mi-, nml Mrs. ,1. M. Doyle vwrs
visitors in the city this week,
Mr. Cronyn, accountant at the
Molsons Bank, has returned from an
extended visit to Toronto.
W, M, Lawrence left for Winnipeg
this week on receipt of a wire statins that his mother was dangerously
ill.
The many friends of Art. JohiiBon
will regret to hear that lie is suffering from a severe attack  of pneumon
Coming Events
uiul
the
ni
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The nnme of Arrow  I'ark school
district,      Arrow   Lakes,   has hen
chanire.l  to  Kast   Arrow  Park school
district.
Mrs. Livingstone, official organizer
of the Vi. ('. T. t'. will speak in the
Methodist chinch on November Sth.
Collection. 2t.
It is expected that at least from
M,WH>,000 to $5,COO,000 will lie asked
for of the IS. I', parliament next
January for public work- for this
province.
Assent was given here la-t Friday
by Judge Forin to the application
for the cancellation of the plans for
the Canterbury townsite. H. McDonald, cf Golden and W, 1. Briggs, ol
city, appeared for iln- petitioners.
It is reported that the Cunard
steamship company has definitely approved of plans for the construction
of a new steamer uf &O.0O0 gross ton
nage, to he 111).' feet long and have
90,000 horsepower, which will give
her a speed of twenty-live knots an
hour.
One of thos.- fatalities which marks
every bunting season occurred last
Wednesday, when D. Gibson was Bhoi
by Charles Young in mistake for a
deer, nenr Melahey, about twenty
miles northwest ol Lund, near Vancouver. The hody was brought into
Vancouver by tin* members of the
:. inting party.
Even the city council is not infiil-
Lasl week the civic author!
ties prohibited a man from hauling
gravel from a certain adjacent plot
of ground anl allowed another man
_• ■ and *i" the sanietlung from
the  same  place  and  then  finally  d
• ;  tha*   they  did  not  own      the
• •!  ground  at  all!
A  very successful dance io,.s  place
at   i'base    on  Friday   evening       lust,
in ail of the hospital  of  that  thin
.;.j  littli   town,  tiie  proceeds,   ***
eded all expectations,  were     de-
ted the  eil,nary    de
;* 'ai   w : a   **.leus
.;-.     The <*, * ia  !,.- . *    ** wded,
and   thi               pant         ted   it       the
The proceeds,
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PU
RITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you lining so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every suck. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AM)   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. KOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Mr. and Mrs. W. Hews and Mt
Mrs. J. Lyons are taking in
Canadian National Apple Show
Vancouver.
A. Callander, provincial manager
of the Mutual Life of New York, was
in tlm cily yesterday hunting up
business.
We are glad  to  hear  that   Willis .1.
Armstrong, who has made such      ex
eellent recovery    from p  severe      attack  of  typhoid   fever,   left   the  hospital on Sunday.
Dr. Vi. II. Sutherland is at Van
eolider in connection witli the exam
in.it ions of medical students for lie
cures to practice medicine in British
Columbia, Dr. Sutherland is a
member of the hoard of examiners .
0. M. MacFarlane, D, A., secretary
of tlie McGill University Conserva-
toriuni of Music, was u visitor in the
eity on Monday, seeking to induce
the music teachers to prepare their
students for the McGill musical examinations.
Nov. 4.—"Twelfth Kight," Shakespeare's great soiucdy, at the Edison Thoatro.
•■iov. 12—Ladies' Uoyal Welsh Choir,
25 ladies from Carililf, Wales.
Seats ifi.50, $1.00 and 75c, at
Kdison Theatre.
.'ovemher IS.—St. Peter's Ladies'
Guild entertainment, attorn ion
and   evening.      Opera  House.
;ec. 5—Opera Singers in "Managing
Mildred," direction of C.P. Walker.      Edison Theatre.
lecemher 7.—Third Annual lUns-
,include Hall hy Firo Brigade No.
line.     Opera  House.
an. -1—The Merry Musicians, direction of O. P Walkei Edison
Theatre.
'eh. 10—The Lyceum Players and
Signor Itoinanilli, nn Italian
harpist, direction of C.P. Walker
I'ldison  Theatre.
Insurance
Is one of the most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look after  this  branch   of
the business for you.
xKpotenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
An Elaborate Production
Twelfth Night, to be produced at
Kevelstoke in live acts and sixteen
BCenes. When William Yule, Violet
Eddy nn.l their supporting company
of Shakespearian players appear on
Fridny, Nov. -lib, at lhe Edison the
atre, in the ideal comedy "Twelfth
Night" theatre goers will sec probably the most elaborate and com
plete scenic production ever handled
on the local stage. Manager 0. P.
Walker has furnished with a lavish
hand an equipment sufficient to supply live acts, divided into sixteen
scenes. Every ineh of scenery, every
id,'co of furniture, every platform
and singe brace is carried by the
company, together with special lifeht
ing effects. The scenery has been
built especially for this territory,
and can he readily adjusted to any
stage.
Manager Walker is particular in
bis Ifntruiltions to his stage carpenters, and insists that the scenery be
used  in each and every town.
Seats ar,1 now on snle nt C. R.
Macdonald's drug store.
PRESCRIPTION
SUGGESTION
pre]
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cxcluw '
cquipl ■ i '    taki   •   re ol
I*?.**-, ription that n      coine in.
\\e make a  spo< ;..'■    ol ihi
Bews  Drug Store
Next  II .m.    lil.j- k
tor  Revelstoke to  show herseil
citj     f musii -  * eople  by      nl
tending  the   Edison   theatre   ;n  fore.
T1    coroner's jurj     ttinp   >n     the
■    ' *      lilt'    li.llllO.
Vancouver,  when  a  man  wai
.-h"!   in  mistake tor a
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*oductlon  of  "A   Bachelor'!
moon"   a!    Ha*   ","*: a    hOUSS   on   Moll
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■ i a far bettei attendance i hs piece
mis vei'. amusing [rom itai t to Un
h, with pcclaltles mn iduced he
i '-eeii tie ai i Ment Ion must lie
made nl the changes Introduced
Mr,   llnlllei   tho   new   leMM   "f       th"
opera hou **. tot  tie* i omfol t and con
VOnlonce ol  the  public,     Tho    home,
lies des  being ily clean nnd
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The Bt'indiince nt the public school?
r Octobl r was us folloWf :
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!     iii ilie presence
* impanj     and   a
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ii,   who
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an.  21—"Stubborn
the Opera House.
Cenderelln."  In
Fire Alarm Boxes
BTRH   UHIllADE  NO.  TWO.
Uox  No.   11—Corner    First    street
and    McKenzie    avenue,  O.  U.  Hume
& Co.
Uox  No.   15—Corner  First      street
ml  Itokoby avenue,  post ollice.
Uox   No.   IC—Corner   Second  street
and Government Hoad nnd       Opera
leuse.
Uox No. 17—Corner Third Btl'uet
a I Campbell avenue, Olobo l.um*
nr compauy.
Box No.  IS—C.P.It.  station.
Box    No.  'ii—Corner    Fifth    street
ud      McKenzie      avenue,      Catholic
lunch.
Box No.  2!)—Corner    Sixth     btieet
ud Orton avenue,  W. A. Foote.
Box   No.   2ti—Corner  Fourth  street
nd Townley street,    corner      soull)
rack.
Box  No.  28—Corner  Second    slrojt
ml Hobson avenue,  Mrs. Baker.
Box No.  31—Fire Hall No. 2.
' Box   No.   35—Hospital.
Box No.  30—School.
FIRE BRIGADE NO. ONU
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box     No.  45—Front Btreet      \vcjt,
car U. P. R. brldgo.
Box    No.    40—Corner    King      nud
loiiglns streets, Palace Meat Market
Box  No.   47—Corner  Second       nnd
Vales  streets,  back  of court house.
Box  No.    48—Corner    Third,    i.i.d
('has.  streets,  Cowan block,
hipnal  for  practice—not leas  than
Ix (6) slow strokes.
Cue  (1)   indicates line  brokm      or
re out.
Signals arc given thus: 2 s'.r >k<H,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Bos
4. No. ol box will also bo thown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
§Gune
quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals
thc   throat and   lungs.  -   •    -   25 cento.
Patent Ripless
Gloves
are made for hard
wear. Practically ever-
laeling. No seams inside to hurt the hands,
and they are
GUARANTEED
NOT TO RIP
ONE   MGHT   t NLY
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THEATRE
FRIDAY, MOV. 4th
Ih     the   llllli'   I',   llm,k   |
Ul,*,   u"l  lai.,* a  '..
for jroi i   family, lomcthln
We supply the bail maki
Uevelstoko Music store.
*   I'nited
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Thi i     in
*,lc V.    I"'    d" l"l* * .       "re      I" .
made,  tba  lai if mi I
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I        Kniio'die.l     Room    with
i    '•■    | iiM.iniin Apply
. . II isld (mice.
I .  P    WAI Kill
III
SHAKESPEARE'S
Il'l. \l. ( (i.MKIiV
"Twelfth
Higlit"
A  in    * rnp ilili ' ' input!) "
i'   >•-' •, im hiding
WM. YULE
«8 SIR TODY llll ( II
Violet Eddy
AS   VI01A
A ,M.i"< •.'* Bi 'i.i.   m.i Costume
Product I ii
PRICES,
$1,75c, 50c.
r
Cold Weather Goods
We are prepared to supply your wants in all lines
of Winter Goods at very reasonable prices. You
will lind our new stock very complete.
Warm   Underwear
In the best brands made for ladies and  children,
Stanfields  in   separate suits and combinations,
Combinations in pure woo] and  silk  and  wool
Prices Range from 35c. to 50c.
Winter Overcoats
Let us show how well we can fit your figure and
your purse. Our showing is extensive all the
new shades and the very latest styles.
Blankets and Comforts
Beautiful, soft and warm blankets, pure wool, all
sizes and weights. Cotton filled Comforts, full
size, with good strong covering, in pretty colors.
Warm  Hosiery
Our Hosiery is all our own importing direct from
the mill in England, and you will find our Woolens
are the best in the town. We have every size in
costume hose, in ribbed and plain, for the smallest
infants' to the largest for women.. We guarantee
them pure wool.
b
mta
■enncm.
OR GOOD'    G €3   O
WHEN  YOU WANT
Gooi>  Bread
-mul you should insist upon getting the best Ht nil
times--get our* Our reputation for good bread is not
the result of chance, Our customers are Miti.-lled llmt
mus is the most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and yon will become a' regular customer, Our
Groceries aie also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
In the "NEW BOY" Last Week
The Ain.ili ne Dramatic I'lub demonstrated to you (lie
excellence of home talent, Id the Grncei v line let ih
demons rale to you ihe Advantage of home buying.
I'ravinus to Bending on1, let us give you pi ices.
John Mclntyre & Son - PS
Men's Fall Hats
We have just put in stock a larpe assortment
of   Stetson,   Carter,  Redmond,   Pitt   and •
Headform Hats in stiffs and softs. To see
them is to buy one, that is why we want
you to look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
cuffs and separate I'eter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
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