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'Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it Is
unsurpassed,    Price $tit).
Interior Publismng Co., Agts
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.Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Puolrshing Company
TERS AND PUBLISHERS    I
Vol  16-No. 92
REVELSTOKE, B. 0, NOVEMBER 23, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
CARE FOR YOUR HORSKS WELL AND THEY WILL DO
BETTER WORK KOR YOU.
WE CANNOT MENTION THE MANY THINGS WE CARRY
IN OUR STORE. BUT WHENEVER YOU NEED ANYTHING
IN.HARDWARE. COME TO US AND YOU WILL FIND IT.
OUR QUALITY IS ALWAYS THE BEST. OUR PRICES
ARE ALWAYS   FAIR PRICES.
OUR MOTTO: "TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS."
ONCE A CUSTOMER. ALWAYS A CUSTOMER.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfico—Toronto, Ontario
MINION SAWMILLS LTD.
English Syndicate Likely tc
Increase Holdings
Nelson, Nov, 22, ■ s. a. Mundy ol
Three Valloy, managing director ol
the Dominion Sawmljls •& r.ttmber,
Limited, thai Just j*jI absorbed several Kootenay null.*, '.. kinu ono ot
the largest lumber mongers In the
in ttory ol tins counl i j, hns arrived
in Nelson to tnko over the Vale-Ool-
nml)111. one "I the unu    In the i	
olidal Ion, Mr. Mundy in accotn
i'iuiir,i by S. ii, Bowuv "'r ,(•
apolis, innl ol the 1' uvrnqa 1 *. * ter
i ii'iuiy, Alex, McRae} i.v,u    .■•   tho
till ectoi a "f tin' Dominion S, ■ ""ills,
nn.l M. I,. Virgil, who will have n
position with the Dominion Sawmills
Speaking ol the consolidation after
his arrival, Mr. Mundy saldi
"Tho Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Llm I tod, by this new merger,
controls in all six mills, my own nt
Three Valloy and Tuft, those ol the
Bowman Lumber company nt Rovel-
stoke, Comaplix and Westloy nnd
thai nl the Yale-Columbia at NcInoii
We have now over iiki Bquare miles
ol standing timber, our milling cn-
paolty is .'nun 1(10,00(1,000 to 150,-
MO.OM fr.'t n yenr, tho largest, 1
believe,  In tho interior.
"The capital iu the company is cn-
tii'i'':. English; but the directors on
this  I • *"•  nre all    'nimdinns. Mr.
Bowmatu an ' .' -if hnve just returned from I... 'I p We will ro
main with tin ui.pany for some
time, nnd then ll! lie no material
chnnge in the management of the
various properties, We start, how-
over, with a clcnti slate, and thc pro
perty Is entirely free. The bend
olllces will bo at Revelstoke.
"The poliey of the company will
be to develop its limits. It is probable also, though this hn6 not yet
'neon decided, thnt the company will
increase  its  holdings  in  the  future."
A large contingent ol American
bluejackets from the visil ing fleet
were (unused spectators of the
struggle and, lustly eheerlng the
combatants, incited them to fresh
I'liorts. Tlio light, continued and
ihe poiitN) wero compelled to make
wholesale arrests. At i o'clock
eighty-two ol the suflragettes nnd
their supporters had been taken into
custody.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
5 S30.000.00
5,5oo,j00.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in Can nd a.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bunk, I'otn Exchange National Bank. Seattle -SeattleNational Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exuhauge
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.
Creamery gutter
Eastern Townships
Shamrock
Alberta Government
Independent Creamery
P.    BURNS   &   CO.
Limited.
Wedding Bells
EVANS-GALLOWAY
A very pretty wedding was solemnized on Saturday evening, the 12th
inst., at six o'clock, at the homo of
Mr. ('. K. Lindmark, by the Rev. R,
J. Mclntyre. Tho contracting parties wore Mr. Albert Evnns, of the
Imperial Bank nnd Miss Florence
Qalloway. The groom wns supported by Mr. Everett Oameron and thc
bride   by   Miss   N.  Anderson. Mr.
Greenwood played the wedding march
ns the parties entered tbe drawing
room.
Only a lew of the immediate friends
of the bride nnd groom were present.
Alter ihe ceremony all sat down to
a dainty repast and a most enjoyable  hour  wns spent togetbi r.
Mr. nn.l Mrs. Evans have been hut
a  short  time  In      Revelstoke,
r. McQueen Fund
Tlie• following is tlio list, of names
ol thi  who contributed bo the fund
niise,i recently In the city lor ,1.
McQueen, who lout his loot last
yi n    hi ouch nn accident, uud    who
■h im \ s ol going   to     Vancouver
i nm wife and     Children    to   gol
'   lyment:
H. Laughe.i.',  $
A.   W.   I     in u 	
I'.   Rut Ini.onl  	
■A'.  A.   .Sturdy  	
K. Fleishman 	
VV.   Morris  	
O.   North   	
A  friend   	
J. U. Cressman 	
.1.  1).   Scott 	
Frank  Hooley   	
Dr.    Hamilton 	
H.   Manning  	
K. 1). McDonald 	
G. Knight 	
,1. G. Barber 	
A.  Hobson  	
.1.   M. Keliie 	
I'.  It.  Macdonald 	
W.  A.   Smythe  	
It.  J.  Watson	
Lawrence    Hardware C<	
w. d. Brown 	
it. R. Copeland 	
II.  Mullholland  	
C. Urquhart 	
11.  J.  Hews 	
.1.  P.   Hume 	
A  friend	
A. Freeco 	
t'. B. Hume & Co	
F. H. Young 	
John  Bull  	
K.  (i.  McRae  	
J. P. McLennan 	
E.  Y. Tucker 	
W. Blair 	
,1.  A.  Waters 	
T.  O.  Baker  	
D. L.  Baynes 	
J.  ('. Hull 	
Rev.  R.  J. Mclntyre
VV.   Uettiiine  	
\Y. Osborne 	
I.   Morgan  	
Rev.    Gen. Agencies
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CRIPPEN CONFESSES
Cold and Collous Details of a
Most Revolting Crime
London, Nov. 28,—Dr. H. ll. Crippen Hindi' a complete confession Jo
the murder of his wife, Hello Elmoro
Crippen, according in the London
Times, The Times says the confession is u thrilling human document,
replete   Willi    the   cold,   cull -1   ilelllihl
of the crime winch will bo expiated
on tbo gallows tomorrow morning
by the American physician.
John Ellis, assistant executioner,
todny prepared tho gallows (rom
which Crippen will drop. Through
a  peep  hole   he  looked   Crippen    over
to determine how tar he should have
to fall lo hienli his nock, 80 guessed
his weight nnd Iheii listed tlio -opo
to bo used by "hangini " a bug of
sand. Under the E gl,!) -*v, !■' , •■
is ai much a prlsont : ip in,
not being allowed to ,. ivi , n til
until his prisoner Is lm * «
The King's Bus...
but Cash       1*00
have made Iheir way Into tlie hearts
of the lieople. Thoy intend making J'iss
their home here for a time, having *•. E
taken a suite ol rooms over the
Lawrence Block. The public join
in Wishing them many years ol wedding  bliss.
My Wife's Family
A theatrical event whicli theatre
goers will welcome with pleasure, is
the production of "My Wife's Family" at the Opera House, Baturday,
Nov. 26th, This is one of the beet
musical farce cornel ies of tbe day
from the pen of Stephens and Linton
nnd is one continual laugh from
start to finish. Funny comedians,
pretty girls and witty sayings are
its most salient features. The comedy is ol that good wholesome kind
thnt.s enjoyed by all. The music
the whirly. twlrly km',, and the
jokes all new. The company is
under the management of Mr. W. L.
Stewart which is a guarantee ol its
goodness, Better get in line and
call on My Wife's Family, you'll lose
that grouchy feeling
(i.  Wire ^^^
Jean Hunter
Hulm 	
(i.   Shaw  	
Miss      McDonald   .
Howson A Oo	
(1.  W.  Boll  	
11.  B.  Cotnmozzi  ..
Mr.   Bight  	
A.   J.  Lunders 	
j. M. Sibblo 	
I).  Hanaelinn  	
A Irienil  	
W. McOulloch 	
BJ.   (!.   Wire  	
Abrahamson  Bros.
J. II.  Smith 	
P. Burns & Co	
John  S.  Mason  ...
W.   Colder  	
J. K.  Smith 	
C F. Lindmark ..
L. Catling 	
A.   Swnnson   	
H.  Cousins 	
H.  McSorley  	
0. R. Kerr 	
J. Caley 	
H.   MeKinnon  	
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Notwithstanding      tho dis.
Bather which prevails in:
stoke, the attendance at thfl o\
istic meetings has been very
couraglng, Lasl Sabbath mornii
the congregation which nearly Ailed
Bt, John's church, was deeply impressed by Dr. Patterson's discourse
on  "Thc   Standing    Army." Tho
address at i!:45 in the Edison theatre
was a clever combination of spontaneous wit, wisdom and deep
Christian teaching. Again in the
evening a large congregation greeted
Dr.   Patterson and  Mr.   Weaver.
What impresses ono most in all
these meetings is tlie clear, simple
and unaffected presentation of the
gospel. There are no strained efforts after something new and startling. The old story of Jesus aud
thc Cross i8 presented in such an
attractive and powerful manner that
even those who never go to church
ai-o constrained to say, "I like that
man's speaking." The people ol
Itevelstoke are beginning to realize
what a rare privilege it is to hear a
man of the calibre of Dr.  I'atterson.
Mr. Weaver, the musical director,
besides being a singer of splendid
ability, has the unconscious gift of
rousing  the congregation  to sing.
The meetings will continue eaeh
night of this week in St. John's
church. Do not fail to come there
Is a welcome and a message for you.
Fierce Struggle
j
Ladies'Furs! Ladies' Furs!
A    nice    assortment   to   choose   from   at
Reasonable Prices
JUST PUT IN STOCK LADIES' WARM WINTER SKIRTS
A nice range of sizes.   Good Materials.
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOCKS EAST OF BDISON THEATRE
London, Nov, ui.—Thc militant suf
|r»gettei have reopened hostilities
against the government and, march-
- It H strong on the I'nrliamcnt
buildings and gave tbc police a lively tions will be seen at tho Edison the
tight.      The  women,  many  ol    whom
Kincaid       l.««
Total 	
.... %..
Merry Musicians
On   Saturday,  December  3rd, nnol.h
er  of 0.   I'.   Walker's  popular attruc-
led
atro in the "Merry MusicianH,"      a
fun making troupe of  pierrots. These
Merry  Musicians have    proven      the
Laugh and the World laughs
were  placed   under  arrest,   were
by Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst. ^^^^^
The   lUttragettee   had   determined   If'axiom ^^^^^^^^
La to forco the polico cordon with you" and their happy jests
about tbo House ot Lords, and reach ! and jibs have brought joy to tilling Premier JUqulth to insist on theihcnrts ol multitudes. Tbe musician,
introduction ol a woman's suffrage can all sing, and they do sing, to
bill The |,ohro, however, were too . make you laugh, songs to mnko you
itrongly entrenched and the women, whistle, tlno songs. They art
who  tried every means  in  their  pOw-  high  class in musical    comedy
where      tht own ' being the master of now and    novel
Most Remarkale Discovery
Like a bolt from the blue, has
come amongst us a new wonder of
the world. The Colossus of Rhodes
nnd the Pyramids of lhe Pharoes,
sink into insignitieence beside this
most wonderful discovery of the
twentieth century.
From the frozen wilds of the fur
north have been brought human remains, of prehistoric times, which
will  startle tho civilized  world.
What, the public nre now offered nn
opportunity of seeing in not a crumb
ling skeleton, nor a pile of mouldering bones and hair, hut the perfect
body of a little ancient man, preserved through countless centuries,
by some unknown  agency.
There is no horror in tho sight of
this "Mummy."
Perfect as the specimen is in every
detail, the spectator will feel only
unbounded interest nnd wonder.
Several scientific men have seen the
body. Dr. Charles A. Eggert and
Professor Kincaid of the University
of Washington, both expressed the
greatest interest, The former, with
the ijuick perception of the successful medical man, noted nnd summed
up the cardinal points of interest.
Thc Professor, whose authority on
subjects of antiquity Is unquestioned
gave it as his opinion thnt, tho man
might hnve lived live thousand years
ago. Favored indeed are we who
have nn opportunity of seeing this
relic of a dim past nge, before the
purse strings of tho mighty nre loos
iiied, nnd it. is lost to the view of
I'l'-hi.in eyes, nnd safely housed in
tlie private museum of some million
aire.
On exhibition now next door to
Uevelstoko Meat Market.
er to force the lini	
back. Repeatedly they retired
breathless an.l dishevelled, only to
have their plaoea On the fighting line
taken by reserves, The police Were
ed to make as lew arrests as
possible, By 3 o'clock twenty-one
women and two men wero in th? police station.
all
each
antl
instruments.
All lovers of good music Bhould
not miss this attraction, which is
an organization of superior nrtlstn,
embracing the desirable features of
white minstrels and high class viuulo
vl.le, tho whole being a rolinod culm*
taintneut ol humorous naveltiei.
Once it used to be the custom of
ministers of the gospel toride on
half fare railway tickets, and in
settling accounts they received special discounts, and it was no uncommon thing lor plump turkoys and
chickens and other thltnaciea to be
left on the donrRtep of the manse
or pnrsoiiftKe. At the sumo time
country editors were given passes
on railways, complimentary tickets
to concerts, big pumpkins and bod-
tiuests of roses. Now all this hns
been changed. Ministers pay their
way like other people, and the only
favors country editors get is a snub
lor an honest criticism, or a slight
(or s compliment,
Heaters
We are showing a large stock
of Heating SlOV?S at prices
that cannot le beaten. Base
Burners, combination wood
and coal stoves, Blazers, Box
Stoves, Air Tight Heaters,
Hil Heaters, etc. Si K-AIta
Kootenay and Hote' Ranges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
Christmas Readiness
We are ready as never before for business
in Christmas Furnishings. Our reputation
for quality antl service is sufficiently well
known to warrant a share of your trade.
Gloves,
Fancy Vests
Bath Robes
House Gowns
Neckties
Armle+s
Fancy Hosiery
Underwear
Handkerchiefs
Cuff Links
Smoking Jackets
Sweater Coats
Knitted Mufflers
Xmas    Suspenders
House Slippers
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
The
Best
Cuts
of good meat come from our store.
Maybe you have not been getting
reliable goods; if so, we are looking
for your trade. Once we get the
opportunity to serve you with a
good Roast, Steak or Chops, you
will find permanent satisfaction in
dealing with us.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The On ite I Hi llth Retort on the Continent
Natural   Hot  Water,   124   Iiik'c-   of   Ilea
Natural Hot Water in Hiitlis.    0| n All Year
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Per Week
Doors, Windows, Moudings, |
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash S Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
I r»s»
TIIE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B   0
WEDNESDAY,  NOV. 23RD,  HMD
PUBLI8HBD   WEDNESDAY   ANU
SiTORDAi   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.  C.
Jntertot pubUsbtnu Company,
Limited
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS
Including postage  to  England,  United states 1111,1 Canada,
By tbe year (through pastofflce) -J2.50
JOB ' printing promptly executed
at reasonable rates.
TERMS—Cash, Subscriptions payable iu advance.
ADVERTISING! RATES.
Legal notices 10 cents per line first
insertion, 5 cents per line each
■subsequent insertion. Measurements Nonparlel (12 lines mnke
one inch.) Store ami general
business announcements (2.60 per
inch per month. Preferred posl-
I *■: cent, additional,
iiirths, Marriages and Deaths 50c
each Insertion,
Land not! « |7 5i . All advertisements b tbjecl i * i be approval ol
the managi mi nl. Wanted and
i '"ii !,■!. *•; Vdverl IsementB : —
Agent.*- Wantt i. Help Wanted, Sit
uationa wai ■■■:, Bit ial Ions \'u-
cant. Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 25 « >■ Is or less, 25c,
each add : lonal line 10 cents.
Changes in atanding advertisements must be in by '.' a. m.
Tuesday and Friday ol inch week
to  secure  good  display.
CORRESPONDENCE Invited on mat
ters of public Interest. Communications to Editor must be
accompanied by name of writer
not necessarily for publication,
but as evidence of good [aith.
Correspondence should  bc brief.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Kevelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.    ('.,     and
Cranbrook,  B.  C.
Geo.  S. MeCarter,
A.  M.  Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
WE ARE THE AGENTS
FOR BANFF HARD COAL
Nut size, per ton                      $9 00
Stove size, per ton                  10 25
EgR size, per ton  10 25
Broken size, per ton  10 25
Wellington Soft Coal, per ton  11 00
Briquettes, per ton                8 25
Mixed Cordwood, per cord       7 00
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Lid.
REAL   ESTATE,   I.UK,   FIRE   AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
Seed Distribution
bollo '\ book nny attrncl Ions     Hint
hns not ii mud reputation.     In past
years tho city hns been polluted with     nv  Instruction  of the  Hon.  Minis-
many shows of n doubtful nnd trade-   ter of Agriculture a distribution   Is
Irable nature, bui of lal all 11ns
bus been changed nnd the drama has
been givon Its true place ns a means
ol culture, moral Instruction and in-
nocenl nmnsoment,
WILLIAM I, BRIGGS,
Barrister,  Solicitor,  Etc.
S   licitors   lor:—Tho    Canadian Bank
ol  Commerce, Thc  Molsons Bank,
Etc.
FIRST STREET   -   Revelstoko, B.C.
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Mining  Surveyor,
Engineering
Mckenzie avb„
BOX   iut,   REVELSTOKE
being made thi- season of samples of
superior sorts of grain nnd potatoes
to Canadian [armors tor the Improve
inenl ni si'i'.l. The stock for dlstrl
billion bus been socurod mainly from
tho Experimental Farms at In.linn
Head, Bask., Brandon, Man., and al
Ottawa, tint. The Bamplo consists
of oats, bnrley, Held peas, Indian
corn i for onsilage only), and potatoes. Tin' quantity of outs sent is
■I lbs., nnd of wheat or barley 5 lbs.
sufficient in each ease lo sow one-
twentieth of nn acre. The samples of
in,linn corn, peas and potatoes
weigh .') lbs. each.
duly ono sample can be sent to
inspector mny be refused nicess to each applicant, hence if an Indlvidll-
the schools he is sent to Inspect be- al receives a sample of mils he can-
cause the chief of thc department not also receive one ol wheat, peas
under whom he serves Is a Free- Indian coin or potatoes, Applies
mason. tions on  printed cards or sheets, or
       __ lists  of  names  from  one      individual
npplications for  more thun      one
Tbe Church ol Rome, says the
Toronto Globe, bus a period right
to refuse ibe privileges ol membership io ProemasonB, but when it begins i" injure ttii'ti In their secular
affairs because ol iheir adherence to
Kri'i'inns y it  must  be made I" feel
that It Is meddling with mai I ers Hint
do not concern It. The recent decision in Montreal will put an end
to the fantastic theory that a health
MRS.   HERMANN   McKINNEY
Teacher of Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupils  prepared  for  Toronto  Conservatory ol    Music.       Local  examinations.
STUDIO: SECOND  STREET.
Vi.
H.    Vi A L L A C E ,
ARCHITECT
Box 282,  Revel-toke.B.C.
Plans and Specifications prepared for all classes ol buildings,
E;c. Draughting and Blue Print
ing a specialty.
Zbc flfeatU*1hcral&
At tho recent, ll. C, Conservative
Association Convention at Nelson
Premier McBrlde, in urging an efficient navy said: "We Canadians, while
we realize and are prepared for all
the responsibilities that pertain to
civic life and the business inii,lent to
everyday affairs, are nlso, I feel
satistied, now nntionnlly awake to
the responsibilities which call (or tbe
foi unit nm of an army and the creation of a navy. This is not the
time nor is it. tbe place to enter in
to a discussion of details,but, 1
think 1 spenk tbe voice of British
Columbia when I say that the federal authorities cannot do too much
•for an efficient navy to please the
people of this province." No more
significant statement than this of
the trend of affairs In this province
eould have been  uttered.
sample for one household, cannot
be entertained. The samples will br
sent free  through  the  mail.
Applications should be addressed
to the Dominion Ocreallst, Elxperi
mental Farm, Ottawa, and may be
sent in any time fmiii the 1st of
December to the 15th ofFebruary, after which llie lisls will be dosed, so
that the samples asked for may be
sent out in good time. Applicants
Bhould mention the varloty they prefer, wiih ii second sort as an alternative. Applications will be filled
in the order in which they are received, so long as thesupply of seeds
last. Farmers are advised to apply
early to avoid possible disappoint
meat. Those applyin > for Indian
coin or potatoes Bhould bear in
mind that tho corn Is nol usually
distributed until April, and thai
i otatoes cannot be mailed until dan
i-i'i' from frost m transit
pi jtage is required on mail mattei
addressed to the Experimental Farm
Ottawa.
WM.  BAUNDERS
Director Experimental Farm.
Remember Prince Rupert Sale
Do you want anothor chance? Wo
are selling the closest In lots at
Port Man, the new C, N. R. town
ou ihe Fraser across Irom Westminster. Wharves now being constructed and the Townsite I * being o,eared
hundreds ol men at work, uur lots
are in .Section il, only tub yards
from the water, and acroBS tho road
from the proposed car shops, The
0, N. R, Townsite sale is iu March
nnd our lots will tb* n (etch the
highest prices, (let In now. Terms
only $18 monthly. This is the subdivision which is causing the excitement at Port Mann. Write us today for maps. Tho Port Mann
Lund   and    Improvement Co.,   MIS   Do
minion Trust Buildings,     Vancouver,
ll. O, I.e.
y\t~3*. *v—
Royal Visit
London, Nov. ii. II is officially
announced thnt the King nnd Queen
hope to visit India and hold a coronal Ion durbar at Delhi, January 1st,
r.i 12.
The Dally Mall, writing on the
King's  coronal ion   In   fntlla       says
"We may look to aoe visits to Oana
da mul Australia In dm course, with
courts held al Ottawa, Melbourne,
nnd Wellington, boarlna Iresh witness
to the grandeur and power of the
British  throne."
WEDNESDAY,   NuY.  I'IRD,   l'JIO
The C.P.R. deserve great commend
ation for the vigorous campaign
they are organ.zing against expect-
lration ar.1 a.: .ther dirty habits
lnduged in by a certain class of
travellers. Not only tbis, but the
c ::.; any are doing all they can to
preserve hygieni : cleanliness in
their can Innova
I ■:.*> are alread * * ■■ . I
out r of health experts.      Tht;  ::c..- •   ;  mm.'*  Will ap
te this I    ng is so     dis
pleasing as atrty care and '■•■';■   ',
EXTREME  TEMPERANCE
We    have  received   from   Maidstone,
Rent.      England,   a   scries of  "   Son
alcoholic"  Yule tide  recipes,        The
lady correspondent two will nol men
tion her name)  who bat   Invented thi
recipes Btates that   "because of    tb
rapid growth of temperance,     there
is  a   great   demand   for   such   recipes,
ns those which contain ii"    alcoholic
flavoring  for   Yule tide   fun'."      This
is going a  bit  too fnr with ten   ei
iiiu*i',   when  it   is  carried  even int.
Christmas     pudding!       Yule ■ tide  tollow
would be robbed  ol ball it* delights      Mr* "■ vv
if the brandy were left oul    of     the   lva8    '
plum  pudding,  or     mince pics,    and
Conservative Convention
tion of It.  i'    cami
I
to go to the trouble of makli
recipes along    temperance Une«
Christmas ts  the  height   ol thi
ulous.     Even  the strongest   ■
aller   proi      I '
etc.,    cannot    objei I
alcohol in his Xmas   heer!
Mr   tt    M,  M
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i'h   ' '.•■:■ * •■   ;• h'.d'.s with
:     .■   aie prac-
■. bj  • •  Ba ikers' as
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del    ■•   I .:.■*■   ns
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i of I      I' :■-   of  France      ar*
The
if the Bank    I i
era or    of   tbe
bai k.
• Ing  any   pa; ei     the
Ba:y.     I Engll             .nres nt      least
t*        g   •;      Bl :.-:.  names,    one of
eptor.  It seldom M Idi over  in    bills
f'.sct rated  and ' ■        of      all
kinds.
The en  . ee that have v. it
r.e«' I
;cs o! play-' '1 the highest type have
given the local managers their answer. The public now has a right
to 'Jpect nothing hut the best and
ve  believe that only  the  best     will
• ,:r.en. that is to say, the best of
the circuit that operates in tho In*
■tenor. Revelstoke has set its face
against any play or theatrical company that does not act up the stand
jtfd, ppr fvill lot»l    managers,     we
BRITISH   MINING   MEN.
The  Engineering and   M nl  .
aal takes strongly to task    what is
in their opinion the ignorance      and
Incompetency of the average
if  Londi n  mining companies,      and
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of the fact t: a
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of   min • ' ..■■•.
I.
I the j* .i nal
■   fooled
nny  shady
and  because  they  are   con
tand for any wild
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ent. It is such me
ed  the     puhlii*  lnt<     t in     ine
mines, which in past year   have been
in  many cases,   mere  "wlld-cati"  to
.   thi     Ei ■    :,   capitalist,  Thanks
to  the London  men  tie  promoters of
such criminal  tactics  Iiave  been  plum
ly    hown  that  Englli b  capital    will
no longer !*■ swindled Into the fake
proposition and  wild-catting I   nov
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NOTICE
IN     THK MATTER OF AN       AP-
LICATION  for  tho  issue  of  a  dup-
icate  Certificate ol    Title    to    Lot
11,      Block  6,    Town of    Itevelstoke,
Map lliifi).
NOTICE IS HEREUY GIVEN that
t is my intention to issue l*t llle
xpiratlon ol one month aftir the
first publication hereof a riuplloato
' the Certificate of Title t> thi
bovo mentioned lot in the name of
'nomas j. Graham, which Certifl,
nt.e is dated the 85th of January,
J98, and numbered 6MK,
SAMUEL    RAE,
District Registrar,
.and  Registry Office, Nelson,    B. i ,,
October 15th, 1910.
Messrs. Harvey, MeCarter Sc Co.,
Bin rislers,    Revelstoko.    li. O.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,   No.  15  A.   F.
nnd  A.   M.
Regular meetings nre held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hull
,,n the Third Monday In each month
nt 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
,1.  T.   POLLOCK,   Master.
CHAS. J. AMAN, Secretary.
THE MOLSONS   BANK
INCORPORATED I6E8
Capital Paid Up $4,0 0,000
Reserve Fund    - ■    $4 400,000
lias 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A QENrRAL BANKING BU8INE88 TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Intorest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. K. PRATT Manager.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12, 1, 0. 0. V-
Meets every     Thursday evening   in
Selkirk Hall at R o'clock.     Visiting
brethren  cordially   invited.
It. rt. SQUARBBRIQGS, N. ti.
.IAS.   MATHIB,   Secretary.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of   p.,
NO.   26,   UEVELSTOKE,   II.   0.
Meets every Wednesday except tho
Third Wednesday ol each month in
oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially  invited.
ii. a. Mcdonald, o, o.
G. 11. BROCK, K, of R, & S.
M. of P.
COURT MT. BEGBIE, No. 3461.
Meets in [. 0, O. P. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
nn.l fourth Monday In month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
C.   It.,  0.  HAUTE.
Roc-Sec, il VV. edwauds.
AUCTION    SALE OF TIMBER
BERTH COVERING DOMINION  LANDS.
The    right     to cut  timber      under
Icense on Berth No. 540, compromls-
ng the    following     lands    In      the
'rovlnce ol  British   Columbia,    will i
"■  offered  at   public  auction  at    the.
upset  price of (5,(120.0 . at   - o'clock
P. ,\L, on Wednesday, the  18th, .lnn-
nary.    1811,   at the office of the Do-
minion  Timbei   Agent  nt   Itevelstoke:
Timber Berth  No. 640, situate     in
the  Province of     British   Columbia,
eel on  '".     and     those
. '. the Spallumch i     River
• ns 11 and 16, Township    19,
■ in     Meridian,
an   area   of 1.58 square
I 11   not  he  Issued    until
■ ise price
lor the   lirst
ayment,    rnte
■ ,    ■:. ■
. py     of
in  application
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.    KF.VES.
-e, r.'tnry.
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0. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
.Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednesdays    in each  month   in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting   Woodmen   nre
cordially invited to attend
W. E. OSBORNE, Con. Com.
.IAS. MclNTYRE, Clerk.
COLUMBIA CAMP No. 15071
.MODERN WOODMEN OP AMERICA.
Meets every Tuesday night in Oddfellows' Hall, Second St., west. All
visiting neighbors arc invited to attend.
A. T.  A NTI ION V,  Consul.
Wm,   S.   SLOAN,   Clerk.
The Hon. Sydney Fisher has drafted n bill for presentation to the
Federal parliament, which will give
Canada its long-desired control over
,ts own copyright law.
ENT
RICT
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stralghttorward  dealing on the part.
ol   the   Uritish   minmi;   men   lias  dotW
more  to  develop   and   operate  ('ana
din mines than anything else,      and
the  investing public has the utmost
confidence in them.
Tho K/i  ei    n    a d ■■        i     new
rule   nl conduct  ftljd    I
nomother. especially n member     of
Hie royal  family,  has a  rlghl
,ii> her children      fo
five month!.     Thi   crowi     i Ince tie
irr-. 1   to   tnke  Inu  wife  Willi   liitn      In
bio trip to the Bast, bui hit   father
vetoes his plan on the ground itate-d
It would not be possible to take tbe
children,
Write for
Catalogue G
OL'R new catalogue will ho
lorwarilcd upon request.
It contains 132 pages of illustrations nl
Jewelry, Silverware,
China, Glass, Leather
Goods and Novelties.
4\ in purchasing Irom us you
run no ri!,!-. whatever. <!, We
. rentes sale delivery—pay ell
'Ttation charges and
cheerfully refund your money if
goods ure not Mitisiactury.
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
iTiond Merchant*, Jewelers
and fiiJvarsmithe
;    I m-l3fl YONCE STREET
TORONTO
\ HIP        HARRY RYR1H,
.lee-1 ret*,
BIG   FUN SHOW
Opera House, FRIDAY,   NOV.   25
ii
Mr. Frank O.  Ireson in
JOSHUA SIMPKINS
See the Qreat Sawmill Scene
lhc Funny Farmer Band I'.itade
M
KIOIH   ii \T\ i'i   SPl i I Mm
Reserved Seats ai Macdonald's Drug Store
NOTICE   TO   THE   PUBLIC!
Mftving purchased the business formerly carried on by   EC,   A.
Spring we are prepared t<> execute all orders promptly.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot nnd Shoe Repairers,
Stukllcrs
Harness Makers
FOR SALE
Hay, Oats, Wheat,Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESON & CO.
(M-'hci*. :   Cor.   McKenzie Ave.
ami Skcono Si'i;i:i:t
I'lioNi:  73.
HUTCHISON'S WAREHOUSE
'I'll 11!11 STREET
Send Your Orders
To tbe undersigned for
Famous Gait Coal
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Full particulars ol select building
lots given upon application
Orders left  at  iliis  office   (or  hay
and grain, promptly attended to
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured fnr al< ainiavi of  bnlldiogi
CEK1EKT AND LIME FOR SALE
FlftE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK;;
Fnr suln in lame <>r smftllrqrautittefl
nt. ilio Lowest prices foroash
All kinds of building mid plastering
in dortnknii
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit, Candies*, Ci)<arB,Tobacco.
Meal« 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
A
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs ol all  kind*  neatly done
Bicycle ami t s ht> work a apodal ty
Estimates gfoen on any class
of work
Front       Street.
CANCELLATION OK HKHKHVK
NOTIOH ia hereby given   that   the
eservo  exiatlnn  u|ion  the  lands  cra-
bracod In Special Timber License No.
5848, situate In   Kootenay UiHtrict,
cancelled, and that the saiil luinls
will be open (or location under     the
provisions ol the "Land    Act"     at
niiiniis'ht on December 22nd, 1910.
ROBBRT A   RBNWI0K,
Deputy Commissioner ol LandB.
l.iiniH Department,  Victoria, B.C.,
15th Beptember, loio. td
WANTED—Woman wishes work      hy
ay,     U'i'ly Mail-Herald ollice
N'ov. Wr— Joshua    Bimpklni   and Orchestra,  Opera House.
Dec. 3—Miss Eueenie Fox, recitalist,
etc.    Opera House.
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, 11. 0.
Special Attention given to commercial
men uiul tourists. First-clans sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow l.f\iij
W. J. Lightbu*^
E.   G.    BUi
Tinsmith Repairs,!
and Furnac<|
-WORK   St
Connaught Ave.   ■
©hanaoan Cl
SummertanJ), il
COURSES   FOR   79/1
Preparatory; Ilin'i Srhoil
Years University;  Business
eluding  Stenography and
writing; Piano; Vocal,
Separate residences  for _vc^
men and young women.
Well epuipped gymnasium.
i'ai.i. Tkkm oi'|.;ns Sept.
For Calendar and 'further particulars address ihe Principal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
Fire Wood
For Sale
To be cut and delivered an
ordered during the winter
ii onl lis, in carload lots, two
tier to the cord, lir or latn-
anic, green, $8.76 per cord,
dry, $4.25, f. o. b. cms,
(liindi'od   Siding  ,lml   J.]n.
derby.   Apply
Bernard Roxoman
ENDERBY, B. O.
Carriage and Sign
Painting
Shop  in alley  back of E. .1. Bourne's
store, First .Street.
First   Class Work Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. Hnl St. ar.il Kolisonaie
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup  Attached    '
$6.50
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
Still in Business'
Wo are headquarters for
Pacific Coasl Tested Seeds
.uul Koses,Shruh",Chinese,
Japan, French and Holland
Bulbs .'md Ornamentals,
nlso Implements, Bee Supplies, Spray Pumps, Fertilisers and sin.ill fruits.
Catalogue Free.
M.  J.  HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A, R. McDougall, ■   Manage* WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23RD, liuu
TIIE MAIL-HERALD RhVELsTOKE B- C-
Pag* >
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Paw
THE MAIL HERALD, RVE] STOKE B. C
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23RD, 191D
G. P. R. Silver Jubilee
tho
too,
was
and
the
In a recent issue we etingratulntcd
the O.P.R. on its silver jubilee of
the completion ul its transcontinental service and it may he ol interest
to our readers to givo a brief resume of thc company's history and
progress.
It  iB a     noteworthy    circumstance
that  practically  all  the   men       who
wero at thc   head ot     tho enterprise
when    It   was lieing carried through
to completion are still alive.      Lord
Btrathcona, then Hon.     Donald     A.
Smith, who drove the fast spike unit
ing  the  Atlantic  and  the  I'acilic divisions of tho rails, is yet hale   and
hearty,  and still a member ot
company's    directorate.      So,
arc Lord Mount  Stephen,  who
then president ol the company
Sir William Van Home,    then
general      manager. Sir     Thomas
Shaughnessy, then the assistant general manager, now works as hard as
ever in thc office of president ol thc
company, and Mr. 1. Q. Ogdon, then
the comptroller, is still at the head
ot the acco' iting department. The
only one o the original officials ot
the company who has passed away is
Mr. 0. Dri.ikwater, who held the
office of secretary until a year or
two ago.
Thelast spike was (driven in the
Rocky Mountains on November "th,
1885. and the news of the completion
of this tremendous transportation
project was telegraphed around the
world. Many congratulatory messages were received by the leaders ol
lho er perprlee, among them being one
trom Queen Victoria, who congratulated the people ol Canada upon thc
finishing of a work which she regarded as of the utmost importance to
the empire, since it welded a steel
lin uniting her eastern and western
dominions by a new all-Uritish
route.
>t the time of it*- completion the
railway was simply a single track
'rom Montreal to Tort Moody on '
i iurrard inlet, with practically no
' eeders. Tort Moody was soon
.jund unsuitable, and the rails were
pushed on to Vancouver, then a
■settlement surrounded by dense forests.
HOW THE ROAD HAS GROWN
The total length ot rails in operation in 1S85 was 4,337; todny the
compnny owns, operates, or leases,
15,226 miles, including the Soo and
Maruuettc railways, which give it
practically a second transcontinental
route.
The total earnings of the compnny
in 18S5 were 18,368,493 and the operating expenses $5,143,276 . Last year
the total earnings (railway alone)
were $94,989,49* and the operating
expenses $61,149,534.
The passengers carried in 1885 were
wns
was
2,8*5'.1,222.  Last  year the  total      was
11,17'2,8'Jl.
The freight handled in 1885
4,881,805 tons. Last year it
20,555,368 tons.
Thc locomotives in operation in
1886 numbered 836. Today the company has 1,834, each lour times as
big and powerful as the small engines which were the standard at the
birth of tho road. It had then 289
pasBenger cars, as against 1,515 today; 31 sleeping nnd dining cars, to
294 now; 7,838 trelght cars, ns against 48,850 today.
Thc lirst    transcontinental     train
started from the  old   Dalhoiisie stnt-
ion on Notre Dnmc street, Montreal.
Today  this old  station  forms     part
of a huge terminal scheme on      the
development of which tho    company
is spending $3,000,000, while at Windsor street, Montreal, one of the larg-
\ ost terminal  schemes on  the contin-
I ent is being carried out.
I     The company also has    established
big  manufacturing shops,  a chain of
palatial hotels,  largely supplied with
provisions from  its  own  farms    and
it has huge  irrigation  works,  smelting enterprises, as    well as express,
telegraph  and  telephone systems.
Bowling Schedule
Wed.,  Nov.  22— Y.M.C.A.  v Dents.
Pri.,  Nov. 25-J.B.C. v C.r.R.
Mon.,  Nov. 28—Businessmen v Corleys.
Wed., Nov. 3;:—Dents v J. D. 0.
Pri.,  Dec.2—C.P.R.  v  Y.M.C.A.
Mon., Dec. 5—Businessmen v Dents.
Wed., Dec. 7—-Corleys v  J. B,  C.
Fri., Dec. 'J—CP.R.  V Dents.
Mon., Dec, 12—V.M.C.A. v Corleys,
Shihhb Gure
quickly   .slops coudhs,   cure
till!    til.Hi.I    DUll liUt,'  ..
colrls,  hoali
ii3 ceil**
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Spt
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Great Inland Waterway
Ottawa, Nov. 22.—The annual report of thc public works department
has been issued, covering the work
ot the last liscal year. The department's total expenditure tor the year
was $11,3*12,305, of which $2,207,233
was on harbors and rivers, $3,669,-
020 on dredging, and $3,478,508 on
public buildings.
The report relets particularly to
the survey now under way looking
to the establishment ol a navigable
channel via thc North Saskatchewan
river from Kdmonton to Winnipeg.
It declares that with tho development of the Saskatchewan Canada
would stnnd unique among the countries of the world in the matter of
water transportation. A thirty-foot
navigation (soon to he thirty-five,)
from thc sea to Montreal, a distance of nearly l.OC'J miles; a fourteen-foot channel Irom Montreal to
Port William, something over 1,200
miles; nine-toot navigation Irom Win
nipeg to Cedar Lake, and trom there
to the Rocky Mountains four to five
foot navigation, over a distance of
l,50ii miles, a total of approximately
3,300 miles of actual inland waterway traversing the greater part of
the northern hall of this continent,
the only break in the chain being the
4M) miles from Fort William to Winnipeg.
Our $5.00
Cuff Links
neatly engraved with "his"
monogram, ivuuld make a moitt
acceptable Christmas £ift. They
' arc made in extra heavy 14k gold
and arc enclosed in a fine velvet
lined case.
Send for Catalogue K
It contains 132 pages in colors ot
Jewelry, Silverware,
■'-',
China, Glass, Stationery, £j
Leather Goods,
Novelties, etc.
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
Diamond Merchants, dcwolers
and Silversmiths
134-138 YONCE ST.
;    Jas, Ryrip,
\\.       President
TORONTO
Hakkv RVfttB
Sec-Treas,
FOUND—A bunch of keys, are marked C.P.R. Owner can have same
by proving their property and pay
ing for this advertisement.
■ ■ *-yiM^:yky-
«iv*'*va;.».'".T.-r;; . * *...«,,
BRA)
are Guaranteed     H
NOT T^iU#
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-Jour Dealer Sells Them
The "Traveller
99
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The Ames-Holden
Shoe For Men
Ask Your
Dealer.
«s,
/Po;?
¥
"THE  TRAVELLER"
shoe ia a gentleman's shoe made for gentlemen. It reflects style and {rood
taste. It giver, service and satisfaction, and every shoe is made from
choicest stock in perfect finish.
You can buy "The Traveller" in fancy patent bluchers-Hght weight,
dressy shoes, elegant and correct in every way, or you may purchase a
heavier box ialf leather with vlscollzcd sclea-a waterproof boot for the
rainy days of fall.   Many styles—innny shapes- 1 ut big value in all.
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BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
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Patronize
Local Industry
WgM
^AIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock $f  printing papers is large
and well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
oMenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cylccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents fcr the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash WEDNESDAY,   MiV.  S.'IRD,   I'.IIO
MA1L-HEHALD REVELSTOKE B. C.
Vagi, %
look:      look      a n d     rea d:
Aotual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight atlilerl, with
H O W S O N ' S     PKICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
K
"
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii
1,
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
a
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii
ii
13.00
	
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
>i
ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii
ii
5.20
Bed
5.33
681b.
1.59
6.94
ii
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
H
ii
4.00 |1
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
ii
ii
16.50
We nruke our profit by Bhipping
catalogue giving description of oth<
will prove our statements.
HOWSON  &  CO
in car lotul lots, thereby Having freight rates.    Bring
r goods not  specified in this list to our store and we
Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
-    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Dox  No.   14—Corner    FirBt    Btreet
and    McKenzie    avenue, C. 11.  Hume
& Oo.
Box  No.   15—Corner First      street
ud Rokeby uvenue, post  ollice.
Box   No.   IG—Corner  Second  street
and  Government  lioad  aud
Icuse.
Box  No.  17—Corner Third
n 1   Campbell  avenue,  Globe
i:r company.
Box No. 18—C.P.R.  station.
Box   No. 24—Corner   Fifth    street
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Five Good Tips
On a Favorite
avenue,      Catholic
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THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V. O.,  LL. D.   D. C. L.,  Prlsident
ALEXANDER  LAIRD,   GENERAL MANA3ER
PAID-UP CAPITAL $10,CC0.CC0    RESERVE FUND, $6,000,003
HEAD OITICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENC: 2 Lombard Street, EX.        NEW YORK: IG Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Francisco, No. 50
In addition (o the offices named above tho Rank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including all lhe most important cities)
and in tho principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for thc handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH--A.    H.     ALLEN.    MOR.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVELSTOKB    ts.  O.
NOTICE.
Revrlstoko Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that W. B. Kobcrtson,
I Kevelstoke, occupation, Insurance
geut, intends to apply for permis-
iou to purchase the following de-
crihed lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the nurth east corner of Lot 2772,
unning north ih chains, thence west
0 chainB, thence south 40 chaius,
hence east ill chaius to tho point
f commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
lated  Sept,  6,  l'JIO. B.17-N16.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
District  of  West  Kootenay.
Take notice that H. W. Crawford,
of Lierrard, B. C, occupation engineer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ten
chains from the south east corner
of Fullmer's pre-emption, Lot 7491,
thence west 40 chains along the
south bouudary of Lot 74i)l, thence
kjutli 20 chains, thence east 40
hains, thence north 20     chains      to
oint ut commencement, containing
fco acres, more or less.
Dated August 27th, 1910.
HECTOR Vi.  CRAWFORD
Located by W. E. Glenn, Agent.
Dated November ..ii.l, r.ilo.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
•T.   ALBEET     STONE      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged an.i bn] *
Ylr.'-i
Large Samp •• ;*.
notice
in   the matter of an    ai'-
LICATlO.N for the issue of a dup-
icata i ertlttcata of Title to Lot
2, Bi. ck •., Town of Revels'.uke
Map  6
NOTICE Id  HEREBY GIVEN that
at ie nt     the
month ditir      ihe
it   a  hereof a duplicate
.'  the  ' * . tie    : j       tno
lot in  the  name  ot
. rhich  Certifl.
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Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
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Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Baggage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano  Moving a Specialty
Otlice
Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
3 270 REVELSTOKE. B.C.      NiK»>t can 71
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Land Registry Office, Nelson, B.C.,
November 3rd, 1910.
nd     McKenzie
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner   Sixth    street
nd Orton avenue, W. A. Foote.
Box  No.   20—Corner  Fourth  stroet
nd  Townley street,    corner      south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second    street
nd Hobson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  ONE,
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. 1.
Box     No.  45—Front street      we.it,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box    No.    46—Corner    King      and
louglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales streets,  back of court house.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
Unas, streets, Cowan block.
Signal   for  practice—not  le3S   tnau
ix  (C) slow strokes.
One  (1)  indicates line brokjn      or
re out.
Signals aro given thus: 2 strjkes,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Box
4. No. of box will also bo shown
n indicator at Firo Hall.
Are the PATENT TIPS on
the fingers and thumb of the
H.B.K. PATENT RIPLESS TIPS
RIPLESS GLOVE
These tips are protected by
extra pieces of leather which
CONCEAL THE SEAMS
and PROTECT THE
STITCHING.
The only practical and reliable glove made because it
is positively guaranteed
NOT TO RIP
Unlike othor gloves, the longer it is worn, the greater the
protection to the stitching, consequently the less likelihood of
a RIP. It is strictly nn
OUTSEAM GLOVE, with no
seams inside to hurt the hand.
Neat in appearance.
Comfortable th" Hand
More lasting than any other
glove ever made.
On sale by leading dealers
throughout Canada.
Coming Events
.'ovember 18.—St. Peter's Ladies'
Uuild entertainment, afternoon
and evening.      Opera House.
Nov. 22—Boston Bean Supper in the
Methodist church,
Dec. 3—"The Merry Musicians" under management C. P. Walker,
Edisun Theatre.
>ecemlici' 7.—Third Annual Mub-
iiueri.de Ball by Fire Brigade No.
One.      Opera  House.
Jan. 13—"Lycoum Players" under
management    O. P. Walker, Bdil
sun Theatre.
Feb. 9—"Managing Mildred" under
management C. P. Walker, Edison Theatre.
an. 21—"Stubborn CenJere.lla." In
the Opera House.
C.P.F. Timetable
WESTBOUND.
N'o.  1,  arrives     6:45  a.m.,  departs
7 06 a.m.
No.  97,  arrivea  6:55  p.m.,  departs,
15  p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No. 2, arrives 12:30 midnight,     de-
: nrts \2 15 midnight.
arrives s:45 a.m., departs,
• 15 a. m.
irain leaves Revelstoke at 9
1. m.,  arrives  Itevelstoke 5:25  p.m.
DRUNKENNESS
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CAN    UK   CUKED.
Hd Kail,iry 'Hint Drunkenness cannot
li'- Cured  Exploded,
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Made and guaranteed by the
HUDSON     BAY    KNITTING   CO., MONTREAL.
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The Expert Glove and Mitt Makers of Canada.
The Bank of England
While there is no perfect safety lor
life or property in this world, the
measures adopted by the Bank ot
England to protect its treasure against the -depredations of robbers exhibit almost the limit ol human
Ingenuity.
Its outer doors are now so finely
balanced that a clerk,  by pressing a
Pollution of Waterways
One of thc principal subjects dealtJ
with at the recent Dominion Healtll
Conference at Ottawa, at which Drl
J. C. Fagau, provincial health office.]
ol B. 0„ was a delegate, was tb<]
report on the pollution ol watcil
ways. Dr. Fagan repeats thi
recommendation advanced by '.htl
committee  ou  this matter    to      thtl
knob under his desk, can close them authorities of the different provinces.!
instantly, and they cannot be open-j "No bylnw providing for the is'sl
ed again except by a special mech-, ing of money for thc construction opl
anism. crntion or extension of any     system
The bullion department of thia of waterworks or common sewer or
great British hanking institution is system of sewerage disposal shall be
nightly submerged in several feet   of submitted   to  tho  votes  of  the elec-
water by the action of machinery.
In some of the London banks the
bullion departments are connected
with the manager's sleeping rooms,
and an entrance cannot be effected
without setting off nn alarm near
tbis person's heart.
If, in the Bank of England, a diB-
honent official during day or night,
should take even one from a pile of
a thousand sovereigns, the whole
pile would instantly sink nnd a pool
of water take its place, besides letting every person in the establishment know ot the theft.
Canadian Population
Mr. Mcl'hail, ()f the Canadian Census Bureau, thinks we have 8,t)C0,CW
in the Dominion, Last week n man
of 2:1 years, with his wife of 22 years
left Montreal for Alberta. Tbey had
with them ten children, nil tbier own
live pairs ol twins born within six
years. It this sort of thing keeps
up, we will soon have a hundred mil
lion Canadians. The proud father
told a newspaper reporter that they
were going west where there was
plenty of room.     They need  it.
Churches Foster Matrimony
A new branch of instruction has
been opened In tbe churches in Bt.
Louis, Mo., that of a department of
"matrimony."
The purpose of the new institution
will lie to bring about acquaintances
which may lead to happy marriages,
to luuu young ini'ii and women to un
derstand and appreciate the duties
mil responsibilities of tbe married
state, ami to prevent, tho sort ol
marriage' which come to an end on
default day with the words, 'docreo
lor plaintiff,'
The old-fashioned church social or
* | toi uppei ii'i'd to be a rallying
placo,  lint   it   is not, scientific enough
* i modern experts.
i  ■ ■   gatherings are for   the purpose ol bearing n lecture, but     op-
,ii .inly  lor  lbe young folks to get
acquainted at the luncheon, which
will intervene between tb" meeting
nnrt the evening church service.
tors by the council of any municipal
ity, until thc consent of the commissioner of public health, or of tho
provincial hoard of health, as the
case may be, to the proposed construction, operation or extension has
been obtained, ami tho preamble to
every such bylaws shall 'declare that
such consent hns lieen duly obtained;
no debenture shall be valid il issued
under any bylaw passed in contravention of this section."
Another question brought before
the commission was the want of information regarding the health conditions of countries having direct intercourse, personal or business, with
Canada. If this suggestion ie accepted and acted upon it will be
found very useful and helpful to the
health authorities in the different
provinces.
M .vnu:  pn'iure8
' Udli-on Theatro,
to uiglit    at    the
C. P. IL Avoids Disease
Aseptic drinking cups aro the latest improvement Introduced by the
Canadian Pacific Railway on all
their standard sleeping cars, in order to as far as possible .ollow out
the recommendations ol health experts with regard to the indiscriminate drinking out of the same glasses
by people on cars. The cups are a
model of Ingenuity, and aro mndo by
a special process. They are Bimply
a circlet ot paraffined cardboard, superimposed on a similar base, the
whole being neatly folded in a waxed
paper envelope When a passenger
goes to the wash room and wants a
drink of wator Instead of using tho
glass which has licen used by numerous other passengers, and perhaps,
used for tooth cleaning purposes, ho
will simply demand a glaBs from the
porter. He will then lie handod a
neat envelope containing the aBoptlc
drinking cup, open It up, untold tho
cup, have his drink and then throw
the thing away, thus avoiding the
possibility of receiving or distributing contagion,
ShHoh's Gure
auuLly atopi coarfha*.  curea colda
ta throat and lua ja.
The open season for trout fiBhlng
closed November 15th and the patient angler has now returned to his
home with his fishing tacklo and
gear rolled, to be laid away until
next 'I'ling. Salmon fishing also
closed the snme day In both tidal
and non-tidal waters, in Bhort, season for all fish excepting otcelheads,
which    may be caught in non-tidal
■a   hralf i
aa «at., | wtterg only WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2.1RD,   l'JIO
THE MA1LHERALD RhVELsTOKE B- C
V agt .
Catch the enthusiasm of
Christmas and do your shopping early. The choicest
tilings go first, as a matter
of course, and because of the
general prosperity every person will be buying more holiday Roods this year.
Shop early.
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
There is nothing more acceptable as a Xmas Gift than a pair
of nice shoes or slippers. We
have made extraordinary preparations this year in our buying
to suit the most fastidious, and
are showing the right lines at
prices which will suit any pocket
book. Now is the time to buy
when our stock is complete and
the range of sizes unbroken.
LADIES EVENING SLIPPERS
LADIES PATENT PUMP—
turn sole, ankle strap, with mat
kid collar and small leather bow,
classy and neat.    Price $4.00.
LADIES' COLONIAL PUMP
—Patent leather, Louis Quinze
heel, turn sole, Colonial front
with wide cut steel buckle—f4.50
LADIES' VICI KID PUMP—
A neat and dressy little slipper,
made on a pump last with ankle
strap and Gibson bow, comfortable and durable.    Price $3.50.
LADIES' BLACK SUEDE
PUMP—The nobbiest little shoe
in our stock, made on Gibson
pump last with turn sole and
medium French heel, gold beaded toe. An ideal evening slipper
Price $5.00.
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPER—made on pump last with
medium heel, ankle strap, with
beaded toe.   Price 14.50.
FELT SUPPERS
All sizes, all prices, the choicest line of these goods we have
ever shown.
CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS at
35c. 40c, and 75c.
MISSES SLIPPERS at 55c o
$1.10 in the Jaeger felt.
LADIES' FELT SLIPPER,
a wide range of colors and style
from $1.00 to $1.75.     Remember
our Jaeger Slipper   at   $1.50 per
pair are our specialty.
LADIES' JULIETTES a new-
line in Velvet Cord, herring bone
effect, fur trimmed. A variety
of shades.    Price $1.75 per pair.
MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS—
Comfortable and nobby. Our
Jaeger Slippers need no introducing at H 75 and £2.00 per
pair.   Other makes at $1.35.
MENS LEATHER SLIPPERS
We have some values this year
that you cannot afford to miss in
Men's leather slippers. We have
only room to describe a few of
them:
MEN'S ROMEO-in black or
tan, half leather lined.—$1.75.
_ MEN'S OPERA-tan only,
just note this one, it is the best
value yet.   Price *2.00.
MENiS OPERA-tan only, patent finish, a nobby slipper, $2.50
MEN'S PULLMAN-black or
tan.   Price $2 50 per pair.
K0ZY TRAVELLING SLIPPERS
Have you seen them? The
newest and most attractive little
Christmas gift wc have ever
offered in thc shoe line. Put up
in a leather folder which occupies less space than one ordinary
slipper. Leather lined. Comes
in black, tan, or ox blood. Ladies' or men's.   Per pair $4.50.
The puzzled purchaser
of Gifts will find here many
suggestions that will relieve themfrom the thought
and trouble usually arising
at this season when the
selection of the most appropriate gifts for relatives and
friends is the serious problem of the hour.
Shoo Early
With times good and lots
of money in sight this year
promises to be the biggest
holiday trade on record-
Shop early. In all our experience we never had such
a Christmas store as we
bave this year, and never
before has there been so
much encouragement for
every one to keep Christmas
A gift may be small and
inexpensive and yet tell of
kind remembrances! The
idea of this store is to have
what the majority of people
want.   Shop Early!
Ladies Neck Scarf
A new nne, made like the
gentlemen's ; shaped silk,
neatly boxed at
$2 to $5
Lace Collars. Jabots
New Christmas nick wear
for Ladies. Some rich stock
and Lace Collars aud -Jabots,
all put up in holly boxes
50c. to $5
Ladles Silk Scarfs
Silk mesh scarfs used for
head wraps, in pure knit silk,
black, white antl cream, in
nice holly boxes at
$1.25 to $4.50
Fancy Linens
A new lot of Fancy Linens go on the tables this
week at half price-
Pancakes and Syrup
With the cold evenings coming upon us, you cannot
enjoy a better meal than nice pancakes and syrup. We
have the only pancake flours for this purpose, l'eacock
brand Buckwheat Flour, Puritan self-rising flour, and
I'uro self-rising flour, with Pride of Canada, Maple Syrup.
Lily White Crown Syrup, Lyle's Golden Syrup, Berry's
Pure Maple Syrup, Imperial Maple Syrup, Java Cane and
Snowshoe brands. The best and only syrup on the
market*
Tasty Biscuits
We are making a big run on our fancy biscuits this
season and have a large stock of choice biscuits to choose
from. We are sole ogents for Huntley & Maimer's English
biscuits. Monarch, Carnation, MarieJ Nursery, Maderia,
Cracknel, Household. Brazil, Wheatmeal, Dessert, Olaf
Cakes, Arrowroot, Shortbread, Alaska Wafers, Phillipine,
''etite Beurre, Ratafias and Acorn, also Huntley & Palmer's Fruit Cakes, plain and iced, Ramsay's Christie's Foley
Bros.' and Larson's biscuits in all varieties
(rockery and Glassware
We are opening to-day a large shipment of fancy
crockery and glassware, every piece of which will make a
handsome Xmas gift. Cups and Saucers, Bread and
Butter Plates, Fancy Jugs, Fancy Teapots, Cake Plates,
Chocolate Jugs, Toilet Sets, Comb and Brush Trays, Berry
Bowls, Nut Bowls, Celery Trays, Teapot Stands. Candle
Sticks, Jardinieres, Vases and Nappies, pretty designs,
handsome patterns and newest shape. See our stock before buying.
its and Vegetables
Oranges, Lemons, Grapes, Cocoanuts, Bananas, Sweet
Potatoes, Citron, Celery, arriving twice a week.
XMAS   FRUITS
With Xmas drawing so close at hand, have you thought
of your Xmas cooking. Don't leave it until the best is gone.
Do your shopping early. We have a car of fruits due here
early next week and will be in a position to lill your orders in
tlie best possible manner. Our goods have been selected with
lbe greatest cure and we have bought n ne but tbe best fruits
on the market. Hallowi and Ford Dates, Smyrna Figs,
Sultana RaisiDS, California Seeded Raisins and Mdskatels,
Cleaned Currants in 1 lb. pkgs, anil bulk, Lemon, Orange and
Citron Peel, in fact everything the housewife needs for ber
cooking.
Tlie "Never Break" Family
oi Dolls
Smiling, smiling Baby Sue
There is no other just like you.
Teddy junior is here too,
Just like Bess and Smiley Sue.
These  washable,
Dolls at
$2.00
unbreakable
Blankets, Bed Comforts
There is nothing that* gives the
same satisfaction us line, light and
warm bed covering; you get this
satisfaction wheh you buy a Maish
Laminated Cotton Down Comfort.
We have a choice range of these
goods, also a line of pure white
Lambs wool Comforts which excel
anything on the market. Try a
Queen Alexandra blanket, the best
tbe market affords, at $5.50 to $7
per pair.
Carpet Sweeper
Who could imagine a more
choice Xmtts present than a Bis-
sell's Carpet Sweeper. It sweeps
thoroughly, makes no noise, raises
no dust. Call and examine the
new ball bearing lines sold at retail prices set by the manufacturer.
Iron Beds
Springs and Mattresses. We
carry a choice rango of these goods
in all sizes at prices tbat will stand
investigation. Health brand and
i\e\l Mat'rassesguaranteed perfectly sanitary.
is' Ms
What Smoker but will appreciate a nice pipe, tobacco pouch,
or cigar case for Christmas?
Our goods are all the best.
One of our specialties in this is
MEERSCHAUM PIPES
We have them in all shapes from
*5 to $10.
BRIAR ROOT PIPES
from 11.50 to 15.00.
Pipes in sets or companions,
all of the best    Prices $6 to $20.
Tobacco Pouches from 75c. to
13.00.
Cigar Cases from 75c. to 14.50.
inedCoats
The best of all Christmas gifts
for a man. Call and see our line,
then be convinced that our coats
are as good and our prices as low
as any you can find. Every lining is Musk Rat; the shells are
all finest quality beaver. We
can give you either an Otter or a
Persian Lamb collar. Ask to see
these coats. It won't take much
of your time and we will be
pleased to show them.   Prices
$90, $100, $110, $120
Useful las Gifts
Our Men's Furnishing Department has opened a line of useful
and appropriate articles for Xmas
Gifts that will surely help you
in your perplexities.
MENS COLLAR BOXES
Undressed Calf, leather lined,
large size, silk draw string, price
11.00.
Dressed Calf, extra large, pocket for buttons on the side.
Price f 125.
MENS MUFFLERS
In all shades and shapes, ranging from 60c. to $3.50.
MEN'S FANCY SUSPENDERS
In Silk and Lisle webs, put up
in fancy separate boxes, from 75c
to *2.00.
MENS SUSPENDER SETS
In fancy boxes, from 11 to $3
per set.
NECK TIES
All the newest and cleverest
designc in neck wear. We have
them in fancy separate boxes or
without.   Prices 35c. to 12,50-
This year all Toys and Fancy
Goods on sale on tbe Second
Floor. Take elevator. We bave
the best electric passenger elevator at your service thut we could
buy.
All modern appliances i'or safety and comfort.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
Special sales every morning
from now till Christmas. Many
things wo are closing out at big
bargains go on sale in the mornings as we are too crowded to
attend to them during the afternoon. r»irt
TOE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE BC
WF.nMEPnAV, nov. 2:mn, 1010
Read These Special Values
Dress Goods
At 25c. per yard,   heavy cloth,  double
Ith, selling at 25c. per yard.
Warm Underwear
\i 75c. per Suit—Ladies' winter weight
See ihis underwear before purchasing
i Isewhere.
Hosiery
Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, reg. 40c.
Selling at 25c. per pair.
Ladies' Cloth Coats
Ladies' Rlack Cloth Coats, selling at
$12.
Misses' Dresses
Exceptionally nice styles, lit girls from
10 to 1C> years.
Ladies' Jap Silk Gowns
W*irm and comfortable for winter wear.
Womens' Sweater Coats
Prices ranging from $2.50 to $7.00 each.
Men's Underwear
Ilea vr wool, neat fitting   garments,  now
selling at $1 60 per suit.
Men's Heather Hose1,
A nlci line,    three pairs for One Dollar.
Youths' Overcoats
A choice line of Tweed Overcoat***1, lit hoys
from three years lo 10 years.
Mr. nml Mis. ii. A. Brown ware
iut In- oity mi Monday en route (or
their luimc nt Sicamous after an ex.
tended visit to Scotland nml the
European con! Inont.
REID <& YOUNG
Xmas Cards
Come in and choose. We
have thousands. II vou can't
come in, write us.
Leave vour orders lor the
Illustrated Xmas papers. Will ive them all with the big
colored pictures, 36c. anil 50c
Church of England
Prayer Books
lust opened a nice lot of tin-
New I'Mition Church of Kngland Prayer Hooks. All prices
If you want small calendar
pads (or Christmas work we
have   hundreds   to    choose
iruin .it
Macdonald's
Drug Store
PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so it' you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Tests and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price front $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
BUS.BS tOCIlS
II. \. Ooursler hns the Intesl and
beat  style of vacuum cleaner.
WANTED—A Furnished Room, centrally located.     Apply P.O. Box 07
Prairie mil Timothy liny, Oats,
Wheat, Cracked Corn, Barley, etc. —
at Bourne Bros.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
has opened a branch at Sainton Arm
on Lake  Shu wap.
Coursler's vacuum cleaner man
will make your carpots look as good
us new.     Charges moderate.
FOR BALE—LARGE HEATER -
ALMOST NEW, CHEAP - A1'I' 1.V
T. Q, FRISBY, VICTORIA AVE,
l-'OUNB—A Mourning Brooch. Owner
fan hnve sjiiiie by proving property
and paying tor ilus advertisement.
out. comes ihe dusl and a    whole
some house is lefl. when t'oursier's
vacuum cleaner has been at work.
It. II. Trucman is here. Now is
the lime to get your ('heist inns photos. Sec our special photos, $5.00
per dozen.
WANTICD-Thiee Rooms   tor       light
house keeping. Mnn and     woman
only.     t;.    ,M. Clark,     Revelstoke
Sash and Door Factory.
One hundred Victor Records just
arrived, some of Mellia's Included.—
dill in and have your pick hefore
Ihey nre all sold.--Uevelstoke Music
Store.
Vou need not tear up your carpet nn.l disarrange your furniture
house cleaning, t'oursier's mnn with
thesanltary    vacuum     cleaner     will
Hike  out  nil  the dust.
CORRESPONDENCE
Editor Mail Herald:
Dear Sir, Would you allow me
through the medium of your popular
paper to extond a cordial Invitation
to  certain   citizens  to come  nn.I     ex*
amine, at whatever lime is most con
venient. to them, the very remarkable
"Mummy" which 1 am exhibiting
now next door to the Uevelstoke
Ment. Market. lOnch nnd nil of the
medical practitioners are invited and
will he warmly welcomed, if the
mayor nud the aldermen will honor
mo ay dropping in unofficially, 1
shall greatly appreciate tho favor,
und believe the   visit,   will   not    'he
wilhoul   interest   to   Ihem.
This invitation implies free entrance, The public enn sec Ihe cx-
hibit on payment of 26c.
If Iln' doctors will come tomorrow
afternoon tho room enn be reserved
for Ihem [or all hour or so, while
ihey procoed with whatever exnniinn
tion they may cure to mnke.
li. ll. McINNIS.
r
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.
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Knicaid & Anderson
LOCAL AND GENERAL
r lesday'a dance      in
Selkirk Hall.
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Bews Drug Store
Neit Hume Hoik
Moving pictures  to nighl    al
Kdis.ui 'I'l*,.-litre
Don't  overlook  thc  date,  T i
Nov, 29th, lor the "Brea : and B
Dance" in Selkirk  I
To nighl 'a     programme     at
Theatre
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; upon which a human
■ lum keen helplessly bound   hy
nemlea    and left to an evident
There li an ahi n Ian n     of
■   im i     n tin   play,     while     there
.   ' nt ii • ftfid     tla
specialties  Incidentally  introduced,
Moving picture's  to night    at    the
i Theatre.
I'l,.*  Ne Says    "Mrs.    I).
I..  McLaurln  ba ed a      tele-
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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
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trip I
Mi     \    ii   McCIci •
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won by Mrs,  Hazolwood and Mft  il
ii   Me\ Hy,     \ dainty an i rei hi
ippti i "M * ide i a    most enjoyable
evening.
Nol  only on Cabinet photos     docs
Tucker give you  reduced  rates,    but
on every  size and  finish, nnd      until
January 1911.     Remember the     old
Baying "leavo your money in  Revelstoke where you uiu sec it, again."
LOST—On Third St. nnd     McArthur
Ave,  or    between     Third  Bt, nnd
Sixth  St. on McKenzie Ave.  Ladies
Mink Mull.     Finder will receive reward hy leaving name nt     0.     B,
Hume & To.'s Store.
Special Attraction
The mnnagomeni of the Kdison
Theatre beg to announce thnt they
huve secured for Friday and Saturday,  n  special    program  ol  pictures
'nl mor,' thnn usual local interest, ill
eluding The Famous Eucharlstic
Congress at Montreal, British Army
Manoeuvres, Lite iu Saakatchewano
nnd   Alberta,   and   othor   spc inl   foat-
' tires, which will be announced in the
programs later.
i This program hns boon appreciated
hy packed houses where shown, nn.l
the management nre especially fortunate in oblaln'ng these pictures he
fore being shown in Bcvoral ol tho
largest cities in this country, nnd
will spure n■■ expense In tho future
to obtain the latest nn I hest. pictures for Ut'Velslokc, nnd while this
program is ol exceptional interest.,
the  prices will remain  the sume.
We would nlso call your attention
to the magnificent program which
will he shown to night un.l Thursday
night, whieh is one of tho hest seen
hero for a considerable while.
Winter Coats
SMfohh Cure
qulclily  stops couffh.i,   cures  t. I.Is.   hrtilj
the throat ond Iliads.       -   -   -       123 cints,
OPEEA   HIOTJSE
OXl-l NIC.IIT  ONLY
Saturday, Nov. 26, 1910
Mr. W. M. Stewart Presents
MISS W. L. STODDART
ami her clever company ill Stephen's  and   Union's
MERRY MUSICAL MIX-UP
CLEAN COMKDY   OLSVER COMEDIANS
An Evening of Music and Pun
Prices, $1,75c, SOc.
Children
25c.
Seats at Macdonald's Drug1 Store
OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, Iw. 24,11
BEN HOLMES'
Prince   of   Swedish   Dialect
Comi diana  and   Sweet Singer
in Ben Hendrick's Original
Ole Olson
H     made Minimis
*** the
Sweet Songs!        Harmonious Music !
Hilarious  Comedy!
The Qreatesl Swedish-American
Play of tho Season
Prices: $1,75c, SOc. °SE"
Seals ai Macdonald's \ivuy. Store.
" We < iuarantee This Attraction."
Have you seen our line of warm coals for winter
wear. Cut in the latest style, made by ilie best
trained labor, trimmed with braids and buttons thai
harmonize perfectly with the stylish materials, they
are sold at very reasonable prices. Our lines from
$14 to $-'o are extra values.
Fine Furs
If you wanl a good, comfortable fur at a reasonable price you should come to this store. We stand
for ihe highest quality ai the lowest price. Our showing in I a pa 11 esc Mink, Mink, Marmot, Grey Squirrel,
Sable, etc., in Mulls and Stoles is very large, and we
feel sure we can please vou.
Good Underwear
We carry a full line of "Stanfield's" Underwear
for ladies in separate pieces and combinations.
Swi-s ribbed   line   wool   underwear   in   separate
pieces and combinations.    Very soft and comfortable.
Vests or drawers in while  or   na ural,   at   35c,
45c, 65c, 90c, $1.25 each.
Children's and Misses' Vests and Drawers iu all
Warm Footwear
We can furnish you with everything in the line
of footwear for ladies and children, Felt Slippers,
Wool Slippers, Cardigans, Rubbers, etc.
7WL&
en/urn.
* F. O •**-»;■'    GOOD        G O   O   O  -S .
WHEN  YOU WANT
Goojd  Bread
—and you should insist upon getting the best nt all
linns- gel our*. Our reputation for good bread is imt
tho result of chance* Out customers ate satisfied tint
ours iH the most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and you will become a regular ciutomer. Uur
Gmcpi les are also In keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 2C8
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
ONLY  FIVE WEEKS REMAIN
To make preparations for Xmas. Therefore
we would advise you to Belecl front our clean,
fresh stock of English I'eels, Raisins, Currants,
Sultanas, Spices, in fact all the ingredients for
a good Xmas Pudding or Cake.
John Mclntyre & Son - PS
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Men's Fall Hats
We have just pul in Btock a large assortment
of Stetson, C'atler, Redmond, Pitt and
lleadloini Mats in stills and softs. To see
tlient is tii luty one, that is why we want
you to look our Stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meet thc
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
Cuffs and separate I'eter I'an collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING

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