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"Empire" Typewriter
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perfection in results it is
unsurpassed. £ Price $60.
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InUfibr^tfolishing Company
Sters and publishers
Vol  16   No. 88
REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER I), 1910
$2.50 Per Year
ALL HANDS ROUND
IN
fHE KITCHEM.
UNIE      VOU DUY HIGH GRADE   KITCHEN THINGS,
THEY ACT BADLY AND ARE SOON WORN OUT.
IN WHATEVER YOU   BUY   IT PAYS TO   BUY   ONLY
THE BEST.
OUR KITCHEN HARDWARE. AND   HARDWARE FOR
ALL KINDS OF USE. IS THE VERY BEST.
WE   DO   NOR  SELL   GOODS   FOR   LESS THAN THEY
COST US.
IF YOU WANT TO BE IN ON  THIS  DANCE   AND BE
HAPPY. BUY OUR HIGH GRADE GUARANTEED GOODS,
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awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfico—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized -      •      $10,000 000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5.575,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -      5 S30.000.00
Reserve        -      - ■                5,5oo,j00.00
Brunches or ARents at nil principal points in'Liu: ida,
Aitents in Oreat Britain and United States—London, hnfjlnnrl,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago-Kirst Nat.ionnl Bank. Corn hx-
chanee National Bank. .Seattle-Seattle National Bank, San Fran-
ciaco— Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. bpokaue-Kxchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of  81 and upward,  received, and  interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoko Branch -A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
tararaHHHHBHHHHBBHHHHmHBI
Creamery gutter
Eastern Townships
Shamrock
Alberta Government
Independent Creamery
P.   Burns & Co.
Limited.
Ladies'Furs! Ladies' Furs!
A   nice    assortment   to   choose   from   ;ii
Reasonable Prices
JUST PUT IN STOCK LADIES   WARM WINTER SKIRTS
A nice range nf sizes.   Good Materials.
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOOR8 KAST OF  EDISON THEATRE
EXECUTION PDSTPDNEO
Crippen Allowed IS days Grace-
Wife Said to be Alive
London, Nov. s.—The 'Execution of
Dr. ll. ll. Crippen, murderer ol liis
wife, wns postponed Indefinitely today, The order of postponement indicated that Ortppen would lie
brought to the gallows on Nov. 22
Crippen originally was sentenced to
be hanged nn Nov. 8 ni Bentonvl
prison.
Tbe general belief here is that the
postponement is in accordance with
an ancient, custom that gives a con-
demned mnn two Sundays between
the dales ol his final hearing and
execution. Crippen wns overjoyed
when he heard ol the postponement,
Baying:
"I believe thnt something yet will
intervene to prove my Innocence."
Philadelphia, Nov. 8.—Belle Hlmore
Crippen is said to bc alive In this
country, by Francis Tracy Tobin, a
lawyer of tbis city, in an interview
with the Philadelphia Press today.
Mr. Tobin declares he has received
letters from those living who have
seen ber, and says he knows thnt
"she is living, and is hiding in this
country not far from Chicago."
The case will probably be taken up
again with the American secretary ol
state and an endeavor to persuade
the home secretary to commute the
sentence pending investigation.
Court of Revision
The court of revision was held at
the court house on Nov. 7, some 47*5
names being struck off the lists of
the riding, which was badly in need
ot being cleared up.
The Conservative interests were
looked alter by Lawyer Gillan, Police
Magistrate Foster, Fire Warden McLean and Messrs. Trimble, Clay and
Fleming.
The Liberal interests were in the
hands of Lawyer Briggs, Messrs.
Macdonald, Stewart and Keliie, and
the Socialists interest by H. N.
Coursier.
Registrar Kdwards acted very lair
in his decisions, there being no cause
for delays.
Winter Poultry Stuw
The Revelstoke Poultry Association
are putting forth every effort to
make their winter show the best in
the interior of tbe province. They
are working nights making coops
and are trying to make everything
pay for itself as much as possible.
They are not asking for nny donations but would like all the business
people to take advertising space in
their prize list, thereby making their
adventure a success and at thc same
time put Revelstoke wh.Te it belongs
as a poultry centre. Thc committee
will call on every one in a lew days
with the hope of receiving their patronage in prize list advertising.
Conservative Convention Delegates
The following delegates from the
Revelstoke district will attend the
Conservative convention at Nelson
on  Monday, Nov.  17th:
T. Vi. Bain, 0. M. Field, W. Fleming, P. Hooley, H. McSorley, A. K.
Kincaid.
Alternatives—T. Wadman. T. Long,
B.  Trimble,  B.  R.  Blacklock.
South country—Vi. Raid, Arrow-
hind; Vi. 0, Rcnnle, Comaplix; John
Shaw, Qalena Hay; .1. Day, Hall's
Landing.
Will Cost a Million
Tiie appointment "f .;'". cestui com
is will be begun very shortly by the government. One will be
rli.,sen for enrh electoral .li-tnrt of
thi country and recommendations
;,ii* now being considered. The com-
ml nei «ill gel a lump sum of
expenses m proportion to tbe size of
the constituency an.l a stated sum
l>er head i.f th- population, It is
estimated that the cost of tnking
nnd compiling the rensus will amount
to *i .ooo.tioo. A hundred and ntty
extrn clerks will lo engaged for the
compilation.
Murder or Suicide?
A great deal of mystery seems to
attach to the case ol an Italian
whose body was found lying near
tbe C, P, R, track a few miles out
of Mission Juiirti. ti yesterday morn
Ing, The mnn had been shot in the
mouth and a discharged revolver
and a pen knife were lying by Ins
st.le. The man's name does nut ap
pear   t"   he  known,   but   it   is  .".i.l.-tit
that it is i, case either of murder or
. '• li*      Tbi   bo Ij   was taken to Mis
stun,  Where nn  impiest  wns held yes
Urday afternoon,
Moving pictures tonlgkt.
Bye Election in Yale
Victoria, Nov. !).—Thr. old glories
of Esquimalt as tho last naval outpost of the empire were reincarnated
on Monday when His Majesty's Canadian ship Rainbow dropped anchor
in the historic port. Tho cruiser
marked the birth ol tho new Canadian navy on the shores of the Pacilic
An  even  more  important event    In
WELSH STRIKE SERIOUS
Troops Ordered to be Ready to
Support Police
London,    Nov.  8.— The situation in
the  South  Wales coalfields,  where M-
000 miners arc on strike  because    of
the formation of the new     Dominion   the employment of non-union men be
navy took place todny, when the admiralty naval base at Eaqulmalt
will be officially handed over to the
I loin in ion government,
Home Rule Question
London, Nov. 8.—A further step
has been taken in the direction of
"home rule all round," now the len 1
ing issue in British politics. It is
announced that the government will
t.nke measures to bring tho whole
question before the country. Whether
the method adopted will bc the usual one of a general election, is not
asyct. clear, but no doubt now remains that the Liberal party in .future will adopt federation of
I'nited Kingdom as its principal
I.lank.
came so desperate today that the local authorities applied for the services of troops.
The government ordered tbc Eighteenth Hussars to be In readiness to
support the police who thus fur have
bail the worst of It in iheir conflicts
with the striking miners.
Dew Gets a Tip
London, Nov 8.—After the court of
appeals bad denied Dr, II. H. Crippen a new trial Saturday, Inspector
Walter Dew of Scotland Yard, resigned from his police work to    take
U1.C.5. Cainbow Arrives
a private     position.     It Is believed
l that  Dew's  resignation  followed       n
_ j tip  from  bis  superiors  that      -nayhe
he would save himself a lot of     embarrassment by leaving voluntarily,
As soon ns parliament assembles it
is generally believed that there    wiU
be a fierce attack on Scotland Yard
for  the  apparent  laxity  it  displayed
in the Crippen case, which ended    in
the     comedy  of  its  chief  Inspector,
Daw,  taking a  murderer's  word      of
I
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 8.—It Is understood that Hon. R. Mcllride, the
premier, will transmit to Speaker
I'lberts his resignation  ot the      Yale
:eat, to which he was electo.l with a [ honor not to escape
very large majority over Mr.  Stuart
Henderson at the general election on
die 26th of November last.
The date of the nomination nnd of
the election will be made public dur
ing the course of the present week.
It may be predicted that thc choice
of tbc electors of Yale will be made
known belore thc close ot the month
Bilingual Schools
reciprocity Moves Slow
The extraordinary volume ol con
troversial matter being printed in
the press ol the country on the subject of bilingual schools in Untario,
arising out of the conversation of
Bishop Fallon and Hon. Mr. Hanna,
a memo of whieh was stolen and evi
dently maliciously published in Quebec,    contains  only  an    infinitesimal
Ottawa, Nov. 8,-The reciprocity fraction ol matter affecting thc real
negotiations are proceeding at a I (lueBtion at issue. The „eoplc gen.
pace that is not suggestive ol any ; erally in 0ntario take no great in.
intention to rush the proceedings to j lerest ,„ the quarrol o( corellgion.
a conclusion. The second confer- j ists Q, the Frinch.0anftdian and the
ence between  the  Canadian ministers , lriBh.Canadian, wi„KS o!    the Roman
Catholic church. But in the question of the just and proper administration of the education  law of    tbe
>f finance and customs and the U.S.
representatives,   Messrs.   Pepper    and j
Hoyt,  and  the consul-general,       Mr.'
Foster,  took  place  this afternoon  in '
room 10 of the senate house.
The deliberations were not protracted, the conference lasting less
than an hour. Neither side would
mnke any communication as to the
nature of the proceedings.
Evasive answers were all tbat the
questions ol thc press representatives succeeded in eliciting from the
ministers. After the conference Hon
Messrs. Fielding and Patterson attended a cabinet council.
il.i to Date Newspapers
Two lines of $1,C<X> each, and one
of f.-Wtt hnve been indicted upon staid
London newspapers for contempt of
court, in publishing sensational news
n connection with the Crippen case.
If some of the New York yellow jour
nals were within the jurisdiction of
Lord Alkerstone it would cost them
about a million dollars a day to be
"bright and  up to date."
Need ol University
Victoria, Nov. 8.—Enquiries made
by the minister of education with
reference to higher education In the
province show that there are this
;,nil- ninety-two students from British Columbin at McGill University,
Montreal. The registrar of Toronto
University writes that during tlm
academic year 1907-08 there were 50
such students at that institution.
He states that the numlier this year
is less although be is unable to give
the exact figures.      When It is lurt/h-
'■i remembered thai three years oi a
university course mny now bo obtained  at   Van ivel,  nud   two  years
,it  Victoria, it     will be seen     that.
there promises to be no lark of stu
dents till- the new university as soon
in it  gets going.
Strike Imminent
Chicago, Nov. 8.—A strike vote
will bo taken among tbo engineers
of sixty one roads west, southwest
and north of Ohlcago, following the
termination today ol negotiations be
iw.'.ii  the roads and the Officers      of
ihe Brotherhood   ol   Locomotive Din
.'ineers.
A Wage Increase of approximately
seven per rent, nn.l nil alteration of
working conditions stood between the
negotiators.
Moving Pictures To-night
a first einss programme of moving
pictures will lie shown at the Edison
theatre tonight, including two good
Comedies, a splendid drnmn and two
beautifully colored films.
I'eiformaneo starts tonight at      8
o'clock sharp.
province  there is a deep and
interest.
vital
Enlarging Factory
Owing to thc large increase in the
volume of business carried on by the
Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory,
the company have found it necessary
to make considerable additions to
their present premises and are now
erecting a large building on the adjacent lots having access to the
0. P. R. spur track down Campbell
avenue on Third street. The new
structure measures 40x06 nnd will
consist of two stories, the lower being divided up into a spacious work
shop filled with benches, lathes and
small machinery, electric motor, etc
A good sized glazing room, business
office, lobby and stairway, and a dry
kiln 3C-x40, which will bc heated by
a large boiler. On the second floor
the whole space will lie given over
to storage, while a trolley way will
lead out to the C. P. R. spur. Thc
present factory is far too small for
the business being done nnd with
such a growing concern amide space
for all branches of the concern is
essenllal.
At the present, time the fnctory is
running overt inu. to cope with the
orders received and the necessity for
more space is liiully felt, hence the
decision of the company to enlarge
their premises.
Tbe new building will be well constructed ami tilted with every appliance to handle nil branches of the
Irndc.
Men Make the Town
The following is an extract from a
leader entitled "Growing Towns of
ui.i'iiii," which appeared In the Oal
gary Herald. The knockers of Revelstoke should paste this iii their
hearts:
"If lias been said moro than once,
mil said quite windy, that the men
make the town, although it. Is undeniable that occasionally contiguity
lo some great waterway or a nt.ni
tegic situation mny do much In tho
matter ol development. Still it is
Individual    enthusiasm supplemented
by an enlightened civic enthusiasm
Hint counts for nearly all the success
of town building. Tbnta man's
home town is the licst In the world
Is ii tremendous fact towards advancement. It. is largely that shlbo-
li'th fostered and developed that has
turned the prairie of a few years ago
Into a habitable home ol ordered
cities, such as the traveller sees
who returns ovor his old camping
grounds nfter a lew yenrs wandering
in somo other part ol the dominion"
Moving I'i. turoi to-night,
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
Stoves, Air Tight I'eaters,
Oil Heaters, etc. S , Alta
Kootenay and Hote' ••' anges
alwavs on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
■31Z3S5SBBS&^5EEE B SSSKaElSBg 3S.m
Ml What's Doing
in Boys' Clothing
It is not a question of "can you afford to buy
your son a suit just  now,"   but,  rather,   "can
you afford not to."
Boys' Suits that were from 14.50 up to -?G.00.
Now $2.50
They are a few odd lines which we are clearing
out and there is every size  in  the assortment
SEE OUR WINDOW
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
Choice
Pooltry
and Meats
We're not crowing idly—we're just assuring
the puhlii.' that cur present ttock of Meats and
Poultry is the best we ever offered. The Poultry is dry-picked, young and tender. The
meats are the choicest—every porlion is cut
from young stock. Leave us an order and you
will come again.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Tlie On li i Hi illli Retort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water, 124 Degree ..I Ilea
Natural JI• -i Watei In Bathi.    u    -. All Year
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. PuM  \
TIIE MATLIIEIULD REVELSTOKE, B
WI'lllNKSDAY,  NOV.  3T1I,  lllll).
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PDBU8HBD   WEDNESDAY   AND
3 HUE DAV AT
ttEVELSl'OKE. B.   C.
Jntertot puinisbiim Compans,
Subscription
Rates
United ataten
Incluiiiig postage :o Kngland,
and Canada.
Py thc year Ithrough postottlce] $2,511
Halt       " " "      1.50
Uuarter " " "    1.00
J JB    RIS'TIXG promptly cxoculod al roasou
able rate*.
IKBM3—i'a.-h.   Subscription payable in ad
vance.
ADVERTISING   RATKS.
Leg;i notiei*. 10oent-a per line tirst Insertion
5 oente per line each gubsoqucnl Insertion
Measurement'! Nonparlel [12 Linos make one
inchl. Store and general business an
nouii.'.iiun;- $2.50 per Inch pi-r moi •>
Preferred positions, 2*5 per rent, ad
di'.uLil. Births, Marriages and Dm hi
c.x.  each  Insertion,
Laud notices $7.40 All advortlsements
B thlect to the approval ot Lho uianagoniont,
Wauled and I'ondciiBCd Advortlsomcnlsi
Agent, vv intod, Help Wanted, Situations
wanted, Situations Vacant. Teachorn
Wanted, Mochaulos Wanted, 10 words oi
leas !4c, each additional line lu conu,
. hangea in standing advertisements mus
ch.* in by 9 a. in. 1 uesday and brlday ol
etch week I.. -,** in* ^e*.„i display,
CORRESPONDENCE inviied on matters pi
public iiu.ri'-i. r..iiiiiriiii.-*.,'iiii.- I" I'd'
tor mu.-', be aooompanied l.y name ui
writer, not neoeaaartly la nublloatlou, but
as evidence <>f k.ksI faith. Correspoudenoi
-.hould be brief.
H
ARVEV, McCARTKH
AND PINKHAM
BARRISTERS, HOLICITURH, KTl .
rn.DiNo  Kkvkl-
BTOKK, B. t...
'*nr,ey m loan.
0:1icM-R'8vel=i 'k-J*
Ql'j. S. Met. ABTKH
A.  M.   PlNKUAJI*
Revelatoke,
t'raubrook, H ('
J. A. Hahvkv,
•\'raubri...li
-IIT1LL1AM I. BKltitiS
Barrister
Solicit!.r, t'te.
•Folicitors for:—
The Canadian Hank ok Commbhcb,
Thk Molsons Hank, Etc,
FIRST ST.,   -    UEVELSTOKK, 13.C
Improved and Unimproved Fruil Lands
Near City, in 5 and IO Acre Blocks.
Evaiitjuiists Coming
H.llbles
i   Uev. Dr. William
panied by Profl \\.
|ector of song, will
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, Lid.
REAL   ESTATE,   I.l IK,   HKE   AN'I)  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
(seasonably anticipate an Increase in
our dividend trom lu |).c. t.. ll |i.c."
Si. long ns cni,iini pouring int..
Canada is in the main judiciously in
vested, nn "adverse balance ..f trade
is imi a matter lor worry," The
returns earned by development ol tli.'
country's resources run well take
rare i.f all legitimate "borrowing"
trom abroad. What i- to he guarded against is ovor-zealoilB exploiting
...' speculative undertakings, The fort
that British Investors are mora nnl
more visiting Cnimdn is a safeguard.
1 >(JBERT SMITH
li
ml
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
Engineering
Kekzik Avknc e
Box lixi, Revklbtokb
c. w. o  w.
Mountain  Vlow Camp   No. 129
Uuu Sjc nd and   Ki.iirili   VVoduesdnys
..*»'iff.in Selkirk Hall.    Visum** Wi
n,03 curaiall)- inviiej n. allend.
W   E  OSBORNE, Con. I'om.
JAS  MoINTYRE, Clerk.
Kootona    Lodge Wo. IS, A F. & A. M.
Hid roKiilm inuilt'
Inffs ait. l.ol.l in iim
MASONIC TKM-
t'LE, Uddlelluws'
Hall, on Ilie third
Monday in encli
tn..mii nt 8 t> in.
Visiting brethren
are c.»r.liiillj* wel*
coma.
F.
J. T. POLLOCK. MaSTKB.
(.'HAS. J. AMAN, SECRKTABt
BELKIRK LODQK 12, I.O.O
Meet? every Thnrs
day eveiiiiia in Bol-
. VirV Hall Bt 8 o'clock
1 Visiting brethren are
- -'.**. '.j n-rited to attend.
B S.SQCAREBRIGGS, N.G.    J. MATMIE Bar
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
Ha. 26, Revdstoke, B. C.
>I..... .,,..-.- W".inos lay except third Wednesday ot oarh
n     th, in iii- Od Mellows Hail
a: -     clock       Vi*.itii.fc' Knights
are curlially iuyileil.
McDON.VLI., i     O,
riR'M ^   K. ol ilJ   tad M. •■• K.
THE  $32,000 BY-LAW.
The report ot the engineers Smith,
Kerry and Chase, on the new power
dam, as published recently In uur
columns, has, as we thought it
would, caused considerable controversy and aroused much feeling that
such a serious difference between the
actual cost, uf the work and the original estimates could have been ivl-
lowed to exist. We admit that
there is frequently a difference between real and estimated costs in
nearly every form of work, hut in
this case the difference is ridiculous,
and should never have been permitted. However, in spite of thc
fact that the whole thing has been
unsatisfactory and that the fet'lini;
of thc public has been hy no means
kindly toward thc handling of the
matter, although we are convinced
that when tinally completed the dam
and the whole plant will lie perm
anent and absolutely reliable, and a
good investment generally for tlir
ratepayers, yet there is no alternative left now but to vote the extra
$32,000 required to complete the
work, for unless this is done, the
plant cannot be properly equipped
and   finished. It is a  matter     ,.f
"Hobson's  choice"  nnl   all   the  public can  do is  to  pass the  bylaw and
vote  ili.'  money  which  the cltyconn
cil  will  ask for.
All we would advise is that when
asking for the money thai it vvill be
enough this time fur every conting
ency to complete tlie whole work
one,, nnd  for nil.
lie  a  great   tut uie for   Itevelstoke,
almost criminal. ...
CONCEALED WEAl'uNS
following     liuin  tho Toronto
will   lie  special   interest  in   the
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
l'\  H ill   next   to
every s  ml
Meets in I, O.O,
T ag'* 0 til
an l fourth Monday in montl
Visiting   brethren    cotUially    wel
corned.
i I. !:.. Clareni b Harte.
I:.*■*.■—. H. \V. Edwards
( ji iLCMI IA CAMP No. 1
y. S UP AMERICA
Meet*   i
. wesl.
All  • Mting n
A. T    V.
n attend
•sv. .'. "    s    g| ,,1N,
I
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Teach   of Voice. Piano,..«Organ
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Studio:   Second Street
Che ADalMbcralfc
WEDNESDAY,  N iV.   'TII,
CONFIDENCE OF BANKERS
The confidence ol conservative    ti
Ing opinion with regal I I    Canadian
ness conditions  is worth    noting
lays Canadian Finance.
In a  most practical wny this      ho
• n  shown  by  various  increases    In
dividend  rates.      The party ol Am.-i
.can bankers  who made a Hying trip
through  the  Canadian  west,  after at
tending  their  annual  convention Were
frankly enthusiastic ns to     progro
pnj outlook.
\t the annual meeting of thfl Moi
Dank, the president. Mr. Wm.
■ ii Macpherson, stated that
"encouraged by the indications ol
prosperity throughout thc country,
and the satisfactory biisloe s that
the bank is enjoying, we feel W£ jnuy
CRIMINAL  APATHY.
lu  the    itinerary     end   programme
(or the autumnal  meetings      ol    the
Farmers'  Institutes     throughout    B.
C.  under the auspices ol  I lie  tii   en
ment   Agricultural   Department
a number *    >erti
will   lecture  In  vai
stoke has bei * left      out
■   ..*   claim that vv.*  ha
as much  right   to
programme    as    any    other district.
We strongly  con lemn,  h wever,    th.'
apat   >• ui  Farmers an '.
fruit   growei ig  the  Farm
• :-'   Institute  and   Fl    I
-niiiiiion ol •
li *
the  Agricultural   Department   has given Revelsti ke the g<
here claim  that  thi
trict       lis good as an.
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mak i at   least    ome al tempi    I   *
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toko's  greal did
nth    la in  *   ei   0   in ■     lefl   a    low
well     attended     n ' Ing *    and i hen
itcady decay. Cannot our local
fi nil men gel togcthei and revive the
assoi Iation? Let them mio* a leu
vi) frutn lhe Poultry Association
'innl w" earneBtl) pray that thoy
ivill sin vivc nn I II".i Ish an I ii"! go
the way ol all Rovelstoko .V .una
tions) and show that the intorsst in
fruit gi..wing nnd agriculture ih not
imi" dead. Such Indifference nn I
apathy     over what will  undoubtedly   store*
The
(i, i. lie
west:
There is opportunity lor u bit ol
real statesmanship on the part of
some one at Ottawa, either in tlie
Department of Justice or of Immi-
gratlon, in dealing with the problem
,.f the Italian and the knife. That
immigration from Italy to Canada
will continue on a large scale for
many years is certain. The hardy
and adventurous sous of Italy are
excellent laborers, and iu city paving
railway building, and general contracting works many thousands of
them vvill be absorbed.
They hove one couspievously had
habit—that of carrying weapons and
using them in their quarrels, The
custom of centuries is dillicult to
shake oil. A couple of weeks in the
steerage of an emigrant ship outward-hound from Naples or Genoa is
not suUicient to make a Driton out
of an Italian. When he lands in
Canada he still carries his knife and
he draws it as instinctively in a
quarrel as an Englishman doubles up
Ins lists. When hot blood and the
ever-ready knife are combined murder
lollovvs with terrible frequency. We
cannot change the Italian nature.The
lint blood will remain for several
generations, but we can teach the
Italian that there is no occasion for
the knife in Canada. We can also
teach him that thc law is supreme
by Hiking the knife and the revolver
from him. The government should
appoint Beveral officers ol Itulian ancestry, but sufficiently long In the
country to have become good Canau-
dians, whose duty it would be to go
up and down the country talking
against the knife carrying habit and
ireing their precepts by the .lis*
:: mnmeiil   ..;'    the men engaged     on
c works,      Tbe know I. *  I
verj   rapidly   spread that  in  C
the eai i) ing ol  in *i lero ite ipons
,  ,; .ii      and ■      * would
more adapt thi m *
Canadian customs were they
inderstand  that  any   da
own  race     might    come
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and expression,     The      •■'**
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Tl .* cholt   will  *•
■ uni' i' «t tin*     RWlBon llieni ro
.Wit ii dnv ovcnlng noxl      Seati
now  on inlo ni  Macdonald's
choli
mi
(lie
ill tig
Patterson, accom
Vi. Wenn.r, dir-
1...1 I  evangelistic
I
services In St. John's church from
Nov. 13 to Nov. 27. After yours of
most acceptable service in Cooke's
church, Toronto, and Inter In Bethel
church, Phil., Dr. Patterson hns
been chosen ns evangelist of the
Presbyterian church In Canada, His
U ng experience, natural eloquence
and wholesome Christian character,
eminently lit him for the work to
which he has been culled. To hear
n mnn of his gifts is n rare opportunity for everyone and it. is hoped
tlie people of Itevelstoke will avail
themselves of the privilege.
Mr. Weiiner, the director nf sung,
has been a successful Instructor ol
music for years. lie and Dr. Pullers,m thr..ugh music and the spoken
word have been a blessing to hundreds of people in Ontario during tlie
past weeks nnd now Ihey come to
rtovelstoko fully accredited as devout  and deep spiritual men.
Everyone is cordially Invited to >nt
lend tho meetings in Bt, John's
church every night except Saturday,
at eight  o'clock.
The Busin 1 ■ eu's    team
anol her vict IB mr the V
team in the bowling league
score:    Business Men,  18U8;  Y
1812,     ti-ain of 86 pins.
gained
. C. A.
Total
M.C.A.
F.J, Smythe, editor and proprietor
of the Moyie Lender, wns a visitor
in the city on Monday. He spoke
very enthusiastically of the progress
nn.l solidity of the town, remarking
especially on the fine new buildings
and permanent public works.
Mr. George Munro, 0. P. R. road-
master at Kamloops, has retired
from the service.
i The ladies gymnasium class for
physical work, will he held tomorrow evening at 7:30.
Sunday afternoon next, at 2:*15 in
the gymnasium, Dr. Patterson, of
I'liila delphin, will address the men
of Ili.velKtnke. Mr. W. W. Weaver,
soloist and musical director, assist
ing him. Every member and non
member should keep this dato open.
The International Committee of tlio
\oung Men's Christian Association
Pas fixed the dales trom Nov. Idi li
In 24>th thn world wide week of pray
cr, and our association is fortunate
in having such nn able man as Dr.
Patterson  to open up our work here.
At the last meeting nf the board
"f directors, our membership roll
vvas thoroughly gone ovor, and nl
I hough our membership is over 2(>it
yet, with the facilities thai wo have
nt our disposal, it wns thought that
we ought to have 4*00. The out-
| come ol tho dlBcusslon was ns follows, that wc have a vigorous enm-
inign, dating Irom Nov. 15 to 2!ith,
10 days, and that we work energetic
ly to rnise our membership to IM
To accomplish this every member
must participate, and present to the
young men of the town the need of
physical training nn.l the opportunities which lie close nt. hand to help
live other fellow. Watch the Y. M.
c. A. notes for further information.
■.I   I.III-MI.UI:
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THE MOLSONS  BANK
INCORPORATfcD  ll»f 8
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reseive Fund    - -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ail the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKINU DUSINE8S TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, G. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
 r-
Programme of Grand  Concert
BY MADAME HUGHES THOMAS
ROYAL WELSH LADIES' CHOIR
PART 1.
ART
Songs
(<0 " March of the Men of Harlech "
(l>) "Yi lint"       •          .           -       (ilnci/iii (iicctit
THE CHOIR
INT,
111
" The Dear Homeland "        •         Slnuylitei'
MISS MI-CAN HARRIRS
" The Tranquil Night"         -              Glover
.MISSUS
JKNNIK I'MM.\M'i;i. vnu alio: m. i.kwis
VKT
Sonus
(oi      " Y'liftv n I'ur "                     A era n j/t'l hi/
(hi " Clyclian Aberdyli "           Juiili/n timnx
THE CHOIR
INC.
" Killiirtiev* "   Arranged by Hugh Hughes
MISS 1'I.nSSII' DURE and CHOIR
INC.
-
" Cynirtt l'vdil "          -          -   Dr. Parry
MISS JENNIE EMMANUEL
VKT
Songs
in) " AniliiliiMiin Bolero"               -    Dcsnaure
1 (It) " Sweetest May"          -           -        Ju'idik
THE CHOIR
PART
i U'ER VTIt   Si IN V
Mb
" Miserere "
Tin- i'ii*-. n Scene Irom II Trovatore)
RS M, SQUIRE, N.  LANGDON AND CHOIR
Vertti
" The KmTi.nitres*-,
MISS ALICE M. . I
Hull,i
\\ IS
Ml;
" Queen ..( the Night "
-i.S JENNIE EMMANUEL, ELOSSIE
vs:. GERTIE GRONOW
Smart
DURE
(tt)    " The Suuw "
[b)   •■ Where the Bee Sucks '
Tin; choir
W.il-.'liTini;   One"    -
BEATRK l*. LANGFORD
" Mj  Ain Folic "
MISS N \NS1  LANGDONj
M' *' *       f Ami n,-im Airs
THE CHOIR
Elgar
Bmhop
Siillirmi
Gon s.vvi*; thk King
mimir^^ij'^j^yiaex&'ms^yMEitrkiwdg^^san
Ames Holde.n Shoes
for  mon  who work
fi.r men who aro ti.tich
on their feet   for artisans,    fanners,    fruit
growers   ail those live
< ltd or life   these
shoes are particularly
well Buited.   They are
de strong, serviceable, practically Impervious to the weather,
well sewn throughout,
They are built to defi
must pass the most, critical
re li factory.    We havo pul  a
e into thi   making of these shoes.
e mosl perfectly dependable shoe on sale in
A |R   POR
AMES-HOLDEN SHOES  FOR
MEN
■ cannot, g out  of a hoot, than tho
: pui into ii, and thai is why we are emphatic
upon thia point, tha qnalily of Ihe Ames-Holden Shoes—
we km .ve have pul into them.
AMES-HOLDEN CO., Limited
o
A REMARKABLE
WATCH   OFFER
UU $15.00 Special Man's Watch is truly remarkable value. <]j It contains a durable
15 jewel "Ryrie" Movement, carefully tested and
regulated, and carries with it our fullest guarantee.
fl The movement is enclosed in an extra fine gold
filled case.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE E
fl Our handsomely illustrated 132 page catalogue
will be mailed upon request.
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
iiiiii.iiii.il Merohnnti, Jewelers
and Sllvorsmlths
134-138 Y0N0E ST.,  TORONTO
 il
jggjgHg^
HARRY RYRIE.
Sec.-Treat
FOR SALE
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESON & CO.
HUTCHISON'S WAREHOUSE
Till HI) STREET
Baled Hay
IX
CARLOAD
LOTS
UNION HOTEL
AUHOV 1IKA1I, It. 0.
.Spei-irti Attention given to commercial
men anil touristB. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in Mritisli Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP-
"••rnnnujjM   Ave.    -    Revalatobo
C. W. HEMLING
DIDSBURY,  ALTA.
Send Your Orders
To tbe undersigned for
Famous Gait Coal
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
Full particulars of Belect building
lots Riven upon application
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent I^oau
Company Agency
Still Doi;.§ Business
Headquarters for Bulbs.
Two tons just arrived.
Also a full line of seeds,
ornamental stock, fertilizers, Bee supplies,
spray pumps, implements and all garden
requisites.
M. J. HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,   -    Manager
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mannfnctnrtri for hIi cittBbis of   bnilditiiu
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
h>   CLAY AND FIRE  BRICK,-
For mi1« in Ifltin'. nr imall quantities
ill llm lown:<L prlcoi for cab!)
All klndiof bulIcllDH and plastering
ut ilmtiikmi
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cti(?nrti,'roliarco.
Mettle 35 cen'f.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
Carriage and Sign
Painting
D.
JOBBING CARPENTER
Phone 276
Repairs Promptly
attended to
Work  Shop
.Imt Lack of
Skating Rink
©kanaoan College
Summerlanfy J3.C
COURSES   FOR   19IO-1I
Preparatory; IMkIi School; Two
Wars University; Business, in-
cluding Stenography and Typewriting; Piano; Vocal,
Separate residences for young
men and y.miiK women.
Well epulpped gymnasium.
Pali. Tkrm (H'I'.ns SltPT, 21.
For Calendar apd further particulars address ilie Principal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
Fire Wood
For Sale
shop
in alley
Still'!'
back
Pin
of E, .1.
i Street.
Bourne'
First   Class   Work  Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable
To he cut and deli vend as
mil.Med tltninir the winter
ii...nt Iih, in carload lots, two
tier to the cord, fir or lum-
nrae, green, $8.78 per oord,
d.y, $4.26, f. o. b. ran.,
(iiiiuli'od Siding and lin-
derby,   Apply
R. Z. CRAWFORD! Bernard Roxoman
Ki'oidcin.1 toi. Lii cl $(, aud liobbonare,
BNDBRBY, B. C, WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  3TH,  11)10.
MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 8
L, O O K
AND
R E A D
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue price?, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PKICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Howson's
Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
ti
ii
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii
ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ti
n
L14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
ii
ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
352
12.47
n
it
13.00
11      it       it
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
>i
ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii
ii
5.20
Bed
5.3b
681b.
1.59
6 94
it
ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
2 40
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii
ii
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
ii
it
16.50
We make our profit hy shipping in cur load lots, thereby saving freight rules. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store nnd we
will prove our statements.   Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
li.   HOWSON   ."»   CO     -    REVELSTOKE. 11. C.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.   D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER  LAIRD,   General Manaqzr
PAID-UP CAPITAL S10.GC0XC3   RESERVE FlO, $3,000,003
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENC: 2 Lombard Street. EX.        NEW YORK: 15 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: Avenida San Francisco, No. 50
In addition to tho offices named above the Bank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including ell the most important cities)
and in tho principal Pacific Const seaports of the United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business i.t the territory covered by those benches.
REVEL iTOKE    BRAII'.'nS — A.     H.     ALLSN.     MGK.
THE REYA-LSTOKS \V\HE & SPSKIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct fr.im country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    IB.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitdbly furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
•J.   ALBERT     STOZSTE      IFPtOIF.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.     First-Clafs in every roppect.     All modern convi ni'nci
Large .Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
COAL!  COAL!
Another car of Wellington Coal due to arrive.
Book your orders now before it is all gone.
Lethbridge Lump Coal always on hand, unsurpassed for domestic purposes. Good Nut Coal
in stock. Orders promptly delivered.
S.   G-.   EOBBHsTS
1'iKi', i,up: and accident insurance,  phone eo
nan
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Bargage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Phono  27B REVELSTOKE,   B.C. Night Call 71
SNOWSHOES
New  Line
Stirrup   Attached
86.50
F.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Rena'rn of uli  kinds   neai'v done
Bicycle an.l Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on any cIhsu
of work.
?
ont      Street.
You judge a pair of shoes
somewhat by the way they
look—perhaps you judge them
more by the way they feel, but
rest assured that if they do not
feel comfortable, the chances
are ten to one that they will
not look well. You cannot be
at peace with a shoe unless it
fee's comfortable, and no shoe
can be comfortable unless it
fits. If it fails to fit it will
soon lose shape, for you cannot be comfortable in a vice—
the foot or the shoe must yield.
Now Ames-Holden Royal
Purple shoes for women embody just these features-
perfect fit, perfect style, and
with it the maximum measure
of full comfort, and that is
why so many women ask for
AMES-HOLDEN   SHOES
Aeroplane Freighter
Columbus, O., Nov. 8.—Thc first
freiirbt aeroplane ever Mown arrived
in Columbus at 11:50 today, carrying
n roils.irnnvnt of silk from a Dayton
lirm. Thc machine, driven by aviator Parmalee ol the Wright hangers,
left Dayton, 52 mile- from here, at
lii.JO a. m.
Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE  BRIGADE  NO.  TWO.
Box No. 1-1—Corner First street
and McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Oo.
Box  No.   15—Corner  Firet      Btreet
nd Rokeby avenue, post ollice.
Uox No. IG—Corner Second Btreet
end  Government  Road  and       Opera
Icuse,
Box  No.  17—Corner Third
.11   Campbell   avenue,   Globe
cr company.
Box No. 18—CP.R.  station.
Box    No.  24—Corner    Fifth
nd     McKenzie      avenue,
hurch.
Box No.  25—Corner    Sixth     b'.icct
ud Orton avenue,  VV.  A. Foot.-.
Box  No.   2C—Corner  Fourth  street
nd  Townley street,    corner      BD\Hb
rack.
Box No.  28—Corner  Second    stru.it
nd Robson 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 wcjt,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King und
louglas streets, Palace Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales streets,  back  of court house.
Box No. 48—Corner Third ai.d
Chas.  streets,  Cowan block.
Signal for practice—not less than
ix  (d) slow strokes.
Cnc (1) indicates line brokin or
re out.
SignalB are given thus: 2 str iVe-,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Boj
4. No. of box will also be thown
u Indicator at Fire  Hull.
JT?TT>"- •'"7* ~-;:.: '■;:£?- ■'".
SHIRTS
INSURE
FREE
It costs money to insure your
life or property, but it. costs you
nothing to insure your shirts,
IF YOU WEAR TEE
Buckskin Cloth Shirt
because IT IS INSURED EY
THE MAKERS AGAINST
RIPPING. IF IT EIP3 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. Ask
vour dealer to show vou THE
SHIRT WHICH CANNOT RIP.
In it you'll fnd a heap of
ROOM, a heap of QUALITY,
and a heap of COMFORT, male
in? three heaps of slurt SATISFACTION,
new cr.R. mm
WK3TBOUND.
No. 1, arrives 6:45 a.m., doparts
,7:06 a.m.
No. 97, arrives 6:55 p.m., depnrts,
7:15 p.m.
EASTBOUND.
No. 2, arrives 12::i0 midnight, departs 12:45 midnight.
No. 96, arrives 8:45 a.m., departs,
9:05 a. m.
South train leaves Rovelstoke at 9
a. m., arrives Revelstoke 5:25 p.m.
Trains No. 5 and 6 will he discontinued.
Tl.e ('. P, R. have now over thirty
new engines on this division, lieing
the heaviest in Canada,
Every passenger train is now installed with a portable telephone ..ut
H. B. K. BUTT0N3 sowed on
by hand—Cannol come off.
H. B. K. BUTTON HOLES
bar-tacked—Cannot break,
H. B. K. SEAMS all double
stitched and anchored—Cannot
rip.
Extremely large body and
long sleeves.
For Sale by the Leading Dealers
Throughout Canada.
Made and guaranteed fey t[,e
HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.,
MONTREAL.
105
Shirtmakers to
Thc Workingman.
Moving Picture* to-night.
fit that cun be hitched onto the
wires from the train at any place
nlnng the line  in  case  ol emergency.
la Hoi Resumes Work
Rossland, B. O., Nov. 8.—Tbe Imn
ous Le lim tuiin■. after boing closed
down for a considerable period, during winch tim company went into li.i
iiiiiatii.n, ims opened up again, Some
28 nii'ii wore put to work but there
is a probability of more being rc-
qiiii''',l Inter on. Work Will lie car
lied nn in the upper levels in ron
tiniinnce ol what wns lieing done
when the mine wns closed down, It.
is authoritatively stated thai nego
tintioiis ni-c still pending with u
view to the sule if the pn.perty and
although   110  names  nre   given    it    is
said     the mine will  pass into
hands ol n strong compnny.
The  board  i.f directors of  the
Roi No. 2 Mining compnny have
I'liiri'il nn Interim dividend o(
cents per share payable on Nov.
the
Le
de
two
8.
The Duke of Connaught, representing King George ol England, formally opened the lirst vurllament ol tho
new Union of South Africa Inst week
L 0. L 0 v oe Service
The local Orange Lodge attended
Divine service at St. John's church
on Sunday night. Besides the lodge
members there was a large congregation, The Rev. M. G. Melvin. the
pastor, preached an eloquent and
tar reaching .,ernion. taking as bis
text from Mathew "And say not
within yourselves we have Abraham
to our Father; for I say unto you
that Gu.l is able to raise up men ol
these sioncs, children unto Abraham
The preacher dwelt on the fact that
people were prone to rely tuo much
.ui what the church had done in the
past and not sufficiently on its work
in the present, God is the God ol
thc present rather than ot the past.
A long line of ancestry will not do
a mnn much good, but it is how he
conducts liiin.--e:f today that has the
in.ire value.
He pointed out that the Roman
A;." tollc succession was n.«t always
,n tbe direct line fiom St. I'eter as
once there had been two 1'opes, oaeh
claiming superiority.
Regarding iho Kurhnristlc C<*n-
gress, be condemned the actions of
the government ofllcinls in yueboc,
wh.. bad attended thc congress tn
official robes The only sacrlUc
thai could be made now was that
..I our own lives in giving them up
to Jesus. The whole sermon was
one of deep interest.
The Illcriot monoplane, which was
-n..! i" a local party and in-
inil.**! for exhibition purposes in
Revelstoke hns reached the coa---t via
Cape Horn, and has been purchased
ihere by a syndicate who will no
doubt put it. into * ommisslon. The
unsuitable nature of thc local parks
for aviation caused the project to be
abandoned here.
Sb Hob's Gure
illicitly   il„|,i rnti<h»,   ri,„t  cold.,   hula
quickly   Itops ro*a-|h
tbt throal ayd limit Page
THE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C
1J10.
Half Million Bulbs
Sixteen years ago the flow-erscbeme
of the Canadian Pacific Railway com
pany was rnaiifjtii.ated. There arc
now over 1,500* gardens on the whole
system. While the men who take
care of these, in their spare time,
are naturally nmateurs, their taste
and exnmplc have spread to the com
munitics across the continent with
astonishing   beneficial   resiilis. En
thusinsm anil sttccess this year have
been greater than ever, showing ll"'
good use there baa been made of the
thousands of packages of seeds,
plants aiid shrubs, which were distri
bated in the early spring. A number
ol prizes were awarded all over the
system for the best gardens nnil the
winners' names will lie announced
shortly.
Now thc company is sending out
over half a million bulbs for fall
planting and enrly bloom in the
spring of 1911. The compnny purchases all new varieties of flowers
procurable and the markets of thc
world arc sought for seeds and bulbs
Travellers on the 0, P. R. nre delighted with the green lnwns brightened by flowers which greet their
eyes and it is a common occurrence
for some flower lover from Europe or
the United States to drift into the
company's offices with a carefully
pressed flower plucked in Borne station garden to ask the name and
how to cultivate it.
British Cabinet Changes
London, Nov. S—The retirement of
Viscount Morley from the otlice of
secretary of state for India, has
been officially announced At the
■same time tho following appoint
ments, approved by thc King were
made.
Viscount Morley, to he lord president ot the council, vice the Earl
ol Ileauchatnp.
The Earl of Crewe, secretary of
state  for India.
Lewis Harcourt, secretary of state
(or the Colonics, vico the Earl of
Crewe.
The Earl of Beauchamp, tirst commissioner of works, vice Lewis Har
court.
Canadian Railways
It is estimated that within the
next flve years there will be no less
than 7<I<X) miles ol railway con
etructed and brought into operation
in Canada. This year track will
be laid lor 1,600 miles of new-
roads, which is about thc same as
was  lai-d  last  year. At  this  rate
we shall see Canada within thc nest
ten years with a railroad system
of not lees that 44,000 miles. Australia, our sister Dominion, Judging
by her present annual Increase in
railway building, will have but 17,-
000 miles.
Skymania
A now  disease  has  broki
Is puzzling the most expert
It is knowii  as  "skymania,"      an.',
has  developed  since  the      navigat
ol the air has come In  vogue.    Tbe
afflicted     imagin',    whenever       they
gaze hi the direction of tbe heavens,
that   they   see   balloon-,   mono;
biplanes     and     other    aerial  crafts
sailing through the firman,
symptoms are more pronoun.;.-.1  after
dark     when  lanterns,  headl
other      illuminated    will *
are    observed    by   the    sr
jtrlft
rent. P iri   '. ■ nd othei
fur
immune.
Blow to Hunters
vv inttipef,  Ni '.-•'•
■ !      heie    today      ^a>
I'nited   .States  gi i>-
'   ■■      ■     allow   sportsmi:. to hunt
for  buflalo  on  M.chnel   [a
vation  in  Montana.      Ti.e  buffs
.   to the     Dominion / n.m.-nt.,
1. It  cannot   lie  corralled,      an.l       it.
v.ii     ; ; oposed   to   have   a   parly       Of
tern  sportsmen ro there  to
them,      It appears   that    shooting
buffalo is contrary to the laws      of
M "ii tana-
Nelson Publicity Plan
K,\ e thousand dollars is to  be
ed by business m>n ol Nelson and in
eity  at  large foi   ihe carrying on
ol publicity  wo^k.  This  is to   bl
plemented by the real estate men of
the city and the West Kootenay In
general who will maintain an agency
,n London at. an estimated expenditure of  not   less than  15,000  for    the
purpose of carrying on n    campaign
of personal work with prospective
settlers and other     Investors. 1"
addition other boards ol trade ud
publicity associations are nt work
At other points in tbe district from
N'akusp to Creston and will probably
spend an aggregate amount of $.11)00.
Altogether about $15,000 will probably be siient this year in furthering
the development of the districts, including the maintenance of the agency in England, Corresponding results in the progress of the country
mny confidently bc expected. A forward movement has been Inaugurated which means great things for Nelson  and  the  surrounding territory.
Thc scheme contemplates two separate organizations, the real estate
men  undertaking to operate a selling
agency In the old country and maintain a commissioner there on tho
condition that the citizens of Nelson
generally raise a fund of $.10011 to be
administered by the board of trade,
partly in maintaining a publicity office hen' and partly in advertising in
the old country. Still a third organization was forecasted and notice
was given thnt at nn enrly meeting
a proposal will bc offered for a West
Kootenay publicity league, through
the medium of which other towns,
and districts in this territory may
co-operate by issuing local literature
and in other ways.
Coming Events
■Jov. 12—Ladies' Royal W.lsh Choir,
25 ladies from Cardiff, Wale.;.
Seats $1.50, $1.00 nnd 75c, at
Edison Theatre.
•lovomber 18.—St. I', tr's Lades'
tin.Id entertainment, n.'tein un
and  evil) ng.      Opera  Houso.
;ec. 5—Opera Singers in "Managing
Mildred," direction of C.P. Walker.      Edison  Theatre.
lecember 7.-Third Annual Masquerade Rail by Eire Brigade N...
One.      Opera   House.
an. 1—The Merry Musicians, direction of C. 1' Walliel Edison
Theatre.
'eb. 10—The Lyceum riayers and
Signor Itomanilll, n,i Italian
harpist, direction of C.P. Walker
Edison Theatre.
an. 21—"Stubborn   Cenderella." In
the Opera House.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE  is  hereby  given that,    on
the lirst day  of December next,    application will be made to the Buper-
ntendtnt of Provincial Police for   a
tn.iwal  of  the  hotel license  to    sell
Iquor  by retail in  the hotel known
s the Glacier  House  hotel,  situated
sh Columbia,
Dated this lCth day of Oct., 1910.
at Glacier,  in tho Province of Brit-
C. P. R.
ct 15 Nov 17, Applicant
Bowling Schedule
Wed., Nov. 2—J.B.O.  V Y. M. CA.
Thurs., Nov. 3—Postponed game,
Dents v J. B. C.
Fri., Nov. 4—Dents v C. P. R.
Mon., Nov. 7—Businessmen v Y.M.
0. A.
Wed.,  Nov.  9—d.B.C.  V  Corleys.
Fri., Nov.  tl—CP.R. v Y. M.O.A.
Mon., Nov. 14—Dents v Corleys.
Tus., Nov. 15—J. B. C. v Businessmen.
Fri.,  Nov.l'S—Businessmen v Dents.
Mon..  Nov.  21— C.P.R. v  Corleys.
Wed..  Nov.  22—Y.M.C.A.  v Dents.
Fri.,  Nov.  25—.I.II.C.  V  CP.R.
Mon., Nov. 28—Businessmen v Corleys.
Wed., Nov. SO—Dents v J. B. 0.
Fri.,   Dec.2—CP.R.  v  Y.M.C.A.
Mon., Dec. 5—Businessmen v Dents.
Wed.,  Dec.  7—Corleys  v   .1.  B.  C
Fri.,  Dec. 9—CP.R.  v Dents.
Mon., Dec. 12—Y.M.C.A. v Corleys,
HEAVY DRINKER CURED
Samaria Cured Him, and He Helps
Others
In regard to the new Liquor Act
lhe Slocan Record has the following
paragraph which we most heartily ei
.I**.  .' I
"It is about time the new Liquoi
Act had a rest, Newspapers havi
given io,. much prominence to it
largely due to ih,' eilorts of a press
correspondent In Victoria, doubtlesi
hired to give publicity to .'very out
perpetrated In its alleged enforcement. The iiiiii of all legislation should !»■ t" protect the citizen
in his lawful undertakings, and not
•o persecute him. A law that doei
not give tl:.' sain.' privileges to alii
an 1  is  an    tnfr
'.m of
the commui  ■
Moving pictures tonight.
A man who lias been released from
ibe awful cravings ul drink, and whose
tii st thought is lo help ocners, shows
Hi, spirit of true in*,,,luili,md uiul
l hllunthropy.    Read Ills letter:
* i uu   .-.iiiuai-ia   Remedy   c'u.,   Torontu
Uul.:
"oul   you   pleas.'   send   me   hook   u*
drink,  also  circulars  relating  to  you
*....,., <i    i*.-in. Uy     ...I*    l ile   .i, l.oi    li.ii.l
I  iviBh lo  hand  these  o> a  friend  win.
IS     ,ollli;     I"     IlOil     , III oU-,1.     ill ,,0..        1    'll
uo, remember thai 1 1111 * ai* ,. vi.ui
i'ti..*.l\.  and   I   :ii.u  It  ;*,i  you  .- ,-nici   11
I  1     ll.o.l*     l.o 1;      01 ,..,,;     ",
uul   1 strung drink  .,. 11.1..   u.i... a- a
.1  -s.ro   .'"I    It    has    Idi    inc.      1   eunliu
81 I-Ult      UK.      lilllli,>*      l,,       *...„!*     l\*,,j.,|     | ; ,,
'   ■ ■■ *i*.    1 "ii i* .*.,   ii     in .  nam.   'n ae
*' ..   you  u ish  ..,  i n, he,
II.   Lllywh.to : -a   i an.ni,,.
s imnrla l'i* s. i .pii a s tasteless
iuu odorless, an I ol-isulvi s i, s'.anlli
in t.a or cottee, or can be mixed witli
oi" i. I: can be gl, . a ui h or will
•"ii lh. path nl .- I,. , ,*. a ge. li i*.*
moves lh ■ craving ror drink, builds up
li--  system   an.l   I- - io • s   ilu   n, t, i •-
l ■ I ... !*,*,*,*llli*s ,1 si.isl, ;ui nil . "i "1,
ll.lUSi i  "S.
I ill. is a dis .is. . -i'i a crime. ' In.
drink of u*hisk..\ ,i] vuys i... I: s au-
nther,      Th.*     lull inn *l    in rv. s    and
ICh    ' I'lll*      ;,    <■! .1' Inu    lllat    lllllsl
'■iitii-r I*-* satisfied  by more whiskey or
•        I   ">   Bcleiilllie   ireatment   llko
s ■■ i* !"■■ si rlpi ■ a .-: imarln r. ,*-
si i Ipllon h ll I* • " :n !■•■ nl.ir an I stlc-
,*, Bsful  use  io   Phys.ci.li e and  Hospl'
:■■!   ,i.. i    ten   j ears.
If y..u know of any family n 'edlng
-   ■    * a   l'i  scrlptlon, tell them aboul
:      ill* a  h i   lo,-   in ..  oo her or
frli I d ihai is drlftln i :,i di Ink, h. Ip
inn. -  *. *   hlmsi If     \\'   :,* t .-dav.
\ 1 Iti i: TRIAL IW KAGIC of Sa-
on, with booklet, giv-
I: k full ini:*'. . ulars, !• *-t monlnls, prico,
.'ii* . uiil be s iu ahBnlulcly free and
I -t; a ■! *.n I'i iIn Bealed package to
anyom asking for H and mentioning
this : iper ' rrespondenee sacredly
confidential. Win.* to-day. The Si-
maria Remedy Co., *■: Jordan Chamber*, ; r-i.-.a St., Toronto Canada.
Also for sale by C R Macdonald,
Druffgbit, Revelstoke.
SMek's Cure
qnlckl]   «(np« cnu'ihs,   euro*  colds,   hrals
tbe tlir....! aad i.un>.       .   •   .       23 cent*
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO
(Section  12.)
NOTICE is hereby given that,    on
lie lirst day ol December next,      np-
Ucatlon will bc made to the Buper-
nt^nd, nt.  of   Provincial   Police  for    a
renewal of the hotel license to      sell
Iquor  by  retail   in  thc  hotel known
as  the    Qucn's  hotol,  situated      tit
omaplix, in tiie Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this llth day of Oct.,  l'JIO.
J. H.  YOUNG,
let.  15  Nov.  17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(.Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given  that,    on
he lirst day of December next,      application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for    a
renewal  of  the hotel  license  to    sell
•liquor  by  retail  in  tho  hotel  known
s tbe City hotel, situated at Arrow
head,    in the     Province of      British
Columbia.
Dated thin 10th day of Oct.,  l'JIO.
JOHN CALEY,
Oct. 15 Nov IB Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO.
tSeciiin 42.)
NOTICE  is  hereby  given  that,    on
lie tirst day o'i December next,    ap-
llcatlon will Le made io the Superintendent of Provincial Pol.ce for    a
cbewal of the boo 1 1.cense io    sel.
liquor  by  retail  m  the  bo.el  known
as the Lakeview hotel, situated      at
Arrowhead,  In the Province of Brit
ish Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of Oct., 1910.
CHAPMAN   &   IRV1N,
Oct. 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is licreuy given that, on
the lirst day of December next application will be maae to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a
renewal of the hotid l.cense to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel knowii
as the Lardeau hold, situated at
Comaplix, in tne Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this llth day af Oct. 1910
RUSSELL M.  EVANS,
Oct. 15 Nov. 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,   l'JIO.
(Section 42.)
NuTICE  is  hereby  given  that,    on
tlie lirst day of December next,      application will  be maoe to  the Super-
inuaid.'nt of Provincial Police  for    a
renewal  of  the  hotel license  to    sell
liquor  by  retail  in  the  hotel  known
as the Criterion hotel, situated      at
Camborne,  in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated  this 10th day of Oct., 1910.
F. T. ABEY,
Oct 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
Look at this Real Fire Box
■
*
Kootenay
Steel Ran«e-
Th. r*    •                     v more ex. lu merit
in ;i Kool
■The ' '   ''•''r
il,. m * i'l, y,,,,, one by o        B    i on nny
m ill par
in u!.ir,.    li   ■ nation thai
III'.,:. Cltet. M
■ MSClaiys •
London     T'.r im.,     MnniiMl,     W.n.oi^a.     V.„  *-..     H. John, H.B.,     lli.n.il......     Cnlj-ai
FOR SALE BY BOURNE BROS .REVELSTOKE
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO.
ectlon 42.)
ITICE  is hereby given  that,    on
lay of December next,   up
il ;"■ made to th'' Super
.   ri o, .in ml  police    lor a
ii   of   il.,'   hot.l   license  to    sell
tail     I'   i he   ! ol.'l   known
I     i-i   at.   Cam
I Bril lib Co
.  Hi   day   ,,[  u.i.,   1910.
II. ii. WARB,
Applicant,
Mill'  I*.
* '■ Land iia.ii 11
...  :   i ootenay,
■   ii.at. ii.  W, Crawford,
■  I ial I,  ll.  I   ,  **•' ipal loo engine
'*■ ap) I)  :*,i   1.1*1 mission
to ; .* following described
lands
i ommem ng at a post planted ten
. in   the   south   east     corner
I.'.    K "illi.'l 'S    pit: .*lll|il ion,     Lot.    7491,
i    I*. .1,11,11,, along     the
■outh   boundary   of   Lot.   7-1'JI,   thence
i ■"    . bains, thence   east     4i
1 hi nee no.tl. 20    chains     to
*,[ - ommencomenl,    contain ti|
more or less.
Dated August 2/t.h, run.
hector W. CRAWFORD
Located by VV.  K. Olonn, Agent.
WAITED
OR SALE—278 acres facing Eagle
River, Sicamous, $30 pur acre. For
terms apply to E. A. Harris, 1109
Langlcy,  Victoria, B. C.
'ATURN1TY NURSE—The undersigned is prepared to tako Maturu-
ily Cases at her home or at the
home ol the patient.—Mrs. VV. G.
Watson, Dox 38. Oct 5 1 ml
■/ANTED — Scotchman, married,
wants position ou farm or ranch,
nineteen years experience in Montana and Saskatchewan. Disengaged alter October 14th. Address
liox 103,  Oxbow,  Saskatchewan.
ROOM AND BOARD—Apply to Mrs.
1.  Morgan,  Fifth street,  east       4t
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst  day   of  Jjecemucr  uext,   applica-
lon will be made lo tho Superintendent of Provincial Police  lor    re-
ewal of the hotel license     to      soil
iquor by retail in tho hotel known
as tho Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead, iu the Province of     British
'■oluuibia.
Dated this 10th day of Oct. 1910.
VV. J. L1GHTDURNE,
Oct 12 Nov 12 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(.Section 42.)
NOTICE is herouy given  that,    on
ho  urst day of December next,    ap-
liicauoa will be made to the  Super-
uteiuieut of  Provincial  Police  for  a
enewal of  tho  hotel license  to    sell
iquor  by  retail  iu  the  hotel  kuown
as  tbe Halcyon  hotel,  situutcd      at
dale j on,  in  tlie  Province  ol   Britisn
( oli,labia.
Datiid this loth day of Oct.,  1910.
WM. BOYD,
Oct. 15 Nov 17i Applicant.
NOTICE
IN     THE MATTER OK AN       AP
LOCATION  for  the issue  of  a dup-
icaie  Ocrtiticate  of    Title    to    Lot
2,     lllock ti,  Town of     Re/ola'.i.ke
(Map 636).
Ncl'lUE IS  HEREBY GIVEN  that
t is my intention  lo issue fit      tlu
xp.ration  of  ono  mouth  after       the
first     publication heivol a duplicate
f the Certificate of Title    t)       tu-:
bo.e mentioned lot in the name ol
'hoiuas    J.    Uraham,  which  Certiti.
ate    is dated  tha 25th  of   Jan.iury,
.yj-s, and numbered 501K.
SAMUEL    RAE,
District Registrar.
jand Registry Ollice, Nelson,    D. i .,
October 15th, 1910.
Messrs.  Harvey,  MeCarter  & Co.,
Barristers,    Revelstoke.    il. 0.
ShHoh's Gure
io. r.i, -.1,0,1 rondbsi  cans coldii  btal
lli-i il i.i.a aud lund*.      •   ■   •      23 mill
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
n    tho   Matter ol   tho Estate     ol
Thomas  Harvey,  deceased:
NOTICE is hereby giveu    that    all
reditors and  others having     claims
ga.ust  the   Estate  of  Thomas   Harvey, late of Revelstoke, B. C,      de-
eased  who  died  at Revelstoko      on
or  about the  3SBt day  of  December,
19u'J, aro required to send      to     the
ndersigned       Solicitors for  Thomas
Kilpatrick, Executor of the Last Will
ol said deceased, within GO days from
ate full particulars of  their claims,
duly verified, and that
fter that date  tho    said     Executor
ill  proceed  to distribute    the    said
state amongst  those entitle.i   thereto regard  being had only    to    those
laims of which said Executor    shall
bave then received notice.
Dated October 12tb, 1910.
IARVEY.  McCARTER &  PINKHAM
Solicitors lor said Executor..
Jet.  15, Dec. 17.
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application for
tbe . rn oi a duplicate Oertiflcate ol
rill** io aa undivided 1 of lot 1949,
(In.up I, except  19 4-10 acres.
Notice in hereby given that it ii
mj Intention to issue at the expira-
ii f mi.' month niter the lirst pub
lea  hereof a duplicate     of   the
Oertiflcate ..f Title to the above men
i loniii lands iu the name of Thomas
Kilpatrick, which Certificate is dated
the 26th February, 1907, and number
ed 0I.12A.
Kiimiirl   R.  Hoc,
District  Registrar.
Land  Registry  Office,  Nelson,  B.C.,
Noven i .inl, 1910.
it. ll. Tiuiinaii will visit the Revelstoke studio on Saturday, Nov.
I9tb foi the balanca ol the month.
Vlr. Triieman will niuke a specialty
it  Xmas photos.
He sure and attend the Quadrille
•lub dance in Selkirk Hall on Nov,
•th. A good time Is assured to all
Managing committee:—J. Caliin, H.
Carpenter, *). Blmpeon, Floor manager, J. Guy Barber.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given    that    tue
eserve  existing  upon   tbe   lauds  embraced in Special Timber License No.
5848,  Bituato iu    Kootenay  District,
cancelled, and that the said lauds
.will be open for location under     tho
provisions of the  "Laud     Act"      at
nidnight on December  22ud,  1910.
ROBERT A.  RENW1CK,
Deputy  Commissioner  of  Lands.
Lauds  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th September, 1010. td
NOTICE.
In tho matter of au Application
or tho issue of a Duplicate Oertiti-
cato of Title to Lot 8, Block 4, bang part of Sections 27 aud 34,
Township 23, Range 2, West of tho
th Meridian, Town of Revelstoko,
B. 0.,  Map  636.
Notice Is hereby given  that    it    is
luy iatention to issuo at the expira-
ion    of one month after  the     tirst
ublication hereof a duplicate of the
.ertilicate     of Title  to  the     above
nentionod lot in tho name of Revel-
toko Land Company, Limited, which
ertiticate is dated tho 9th day      ol
April,  1907,  aud numbered  6774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL R.  ROE.
Laud Registry Ollico, Nelson, B.O.,
September 13th,  1910. B17015
NOTICE.
Revelstoko Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notico that  W.  B.  Robertson,
f  Revelstoke,  occupation,  Insurance
geut,   intends  to  apply   Ior   permis-
iou to purchase tho following      do-
cribed lauds.
Commencing at a post planted at
the north cast corner of Lot 27J2,
tinning north 4o chains, theuce west
0 chains, theuce south 40 chains,
heuco east 40 chaius to the point
t commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
lated  Sept.   C,  l'JIO. S.17-N16.
NOTICE.
Nolice in hereby given that tbe
ariuersliip heretolore existing bo-
wecu the undersigned und earned on
aider the tilm name and style of tbc
Vest Kootenuy Steam Laundry Com
any, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent, Mr. Vv. B. RotcrtBoa
withdrawing irom the partnership,
'ho business in future will be carried
In under the same aim uume by
lessrs, Earl Bariaclougli and W. li.
{bearer, who will a.*- una* and pay
11 liabilities ot tbe uul partnership
rm and all debts due tho late him
re payable to them
VV. B. Robertson.
Earl Barraclough.
Wmf O. Shearer.
Witness,  Geo.  S.  MeCarter.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of
John .M.'Leliliau, deceased.
Notico is hcretiy given that all
creditor*- and others having claims
against tho Estate ol John McLennan, late ot Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died atltogers Pass on
or about tbc Ith day ol March, 1910,
are required to send to the undersigned Solicitors for dobn B. Mc-
Kenzle, Administrator of the Estate
of the said deccasea, within 60 days
from date full particulars of their
claims, duly vended, and that alter
that date the said Administrator
will proceed to distribute the said
estate amongst those entitled thereto regard being had only to those
claims of A'hicb said Administrator
shall have then received notice.
Dated  October 27th,  1910.
Harvey, MeCarter & Pinkham,
Solicitors  lor suid  Administrator,
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given  that,    on
the  hist day  ot December next,    application will bo made to tho Hupor-
iiteinlent of Provincial Polico for    a
enewal  ol  thc  hotel  licenso to    sell
liquor  by  retail  iu  the  hotel  knowii
as tho St. Leon hotel, situated      at
St.  Leon,  in tho Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of Oct., 1910.
M.  GRADY,
Oct 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
(Bection 42;
NOTICE Is hereby given that,     on
ho first day of December next,    ap-
lication will ho made to the Super-
ntendent of Provincial Polico for   a
enewal of the hotel license to    sell
Iquor by retail  in  tho hotel    known
s  tho  Hotel  Beaton,  situated      at
'eaton,  in  tlu  Province of      British
'olumbin.
Dated this 14th dny of Oct, l'JIO.
JOHN A. THEW,
ct. 15 Nov. 17 Applicant. I
WEDNESDAY,  NOV.  9TH,   1910.
HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTO E B- C
Pafe I
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. S- ftum $ C°- limited
Mininp.Contractors, Campers and Tourist Supplies.
All orders put up and parcelled by experts to insure
safe carrying and packing.
You don't need a ladder to
reach our prices. We are
just putting on sale a full
line of white wool blankets,
price per pair from
$3.75 to 7.50
Examine our King Edward,
Queen Alexandra and Saxony qualities, they cannot
be excelled at the price.
(
Buying opportunities which
merit prompt action.
Our new line of pure Lambs
Wool Comforts in fancy bordered and Paisley patterns,
a strictly high-grade article.
Protect
your curtail
ai\d draperies by using
a BI5JJELL
Carpet Jveeper
The finish of your home declares its value. Doors, windows and general finish
means to a home what a collar, hat and shoes do to a man
Our new Curtain Nets, Madras Muslin and Drapery
Goods give you the finish desired.   Ask to see them.
s
Springs nnil Mattresses
We carry a full lino of these
goods. Dainty designs in
I mn Beds. The famous
Health Brand Mattress, the
best medium and low-priced
mat tress on thc market.
Guaranteed absolutely sanitary.
Only
7 Weeks
Till lines
Only
Weeks
^ii, \ ■■':■'.: I }   '.'*    j/.-. --'^ *"«SO.*
With Christmas only Seven Weeks away it is none too
early to begin to think of Christmas Shopping. Lots
of the Useful Articles that make acceptable Gifts are
now in stock and can be laid aside for you till wanted.
(lover Hooey
A new shipment of Dead-
man's famous Clover Honey
just opened up. In Combs
at 30c, Glass Jars at 20c.
and 30c, Quart Sealers at
85c, 5lb. pails at $1.25, and
101b. pails at $2.25.
See Counter  Display
Fruits, Vegetables
Sweet Potatoes, Celery, Dry-
Onions. Cabbage; Grapes,
Oranges, Bananas, Lemons,
Grape Fruit, just in to-day
See our display of Neilson's
Chocolates in fancy boxes,
fresh from the makers; new
pure goods at new prices.
Sardines, Fish
Fifteen different brands of
Sardines in prices at from
10c to |25c per tin, French
and Norwegian, packed in
oil, mustard and sauce, also
a large shipment of stock
fish just in to-day.
Dinner Sets'
Twenty new dinner sets in
the latest designs and patterns, on sale all next week.
Come and look them over,
$10 to $15
Tlie Paisley Waist
The dressiest Ladies' Waist
shown this year, in such a
variety of styles, including
the Peasant Waist at from
$5 to $10
Separate Skirts
What a lot of them are selling this Season: very few
suits, mostly separate coats
and skirts. Look over out-
lot at from
$5 to $10
A new lot of American hand
bags and satchels for Ladies
including the Cordelias and
Jane Hampton bugs in fine
grain Seal and Bull Walrus,
with the filligree gilt and silver trimmings, at from
$2 to $10
Men's Gloves
The best line of Men's Working Gloves and Mitts that
are made to-day can be found
here. We handle none which
we cannot recommend.
PINTO SHELL CORDOVAN GLOVE-H.B.K. make
either lined or unlined, never
gets hard or stiff.   Price
$15 0 per pair
PINTO SHELL CORDOVAN MITT lined with best
of wool, all seams welted,
extra thumb protection. According to weight of stock
$1.50, and 1.75 pair
REINDEER BUCK GLOVE
the best wearing, most comfortable glove made; price
per pair
Lined  $1.50
Unlined   $1.75
CLARK'S PECCARI HOG
the only genuine hog we can
get, wears like iron, unlined
$1.75 per pair
Princess (oats
Every day almost we have
new arrivals of these swell
coats for ladies.   If you have
looked over mir lot once and
have nol been suited come in
again, with the new arrivals
there might be just what you
wanl.    Prices from
$15 to $20
Wc are headquarters for rubber footwear of all kinds.
This year you will undoubtedly notice the high price of
all kinds of rubber goods.
I jet us give you the advantage of our extra large stock
to give you the best for your
money and the benefit in
price of our heavy buying.
We can give you any shape
in any size; in other words
we can fit your boot exactly
in either Men's. Women's or
Children's rubber foot wear
—any variety, We are in a
position to give extra value
on Men's High Overshoes—
Manitobas — three buckles,
extra heavy sole, neat fitting
sizes 6 to 11; the same price
as three years ago
$3 per pair
lie Muto Collar
Have you seen our overcoats
with the new "Muto" convertible collar? It gives you
practically two coats in one
—the stormy weather coat.as
shown in cut, or the collar
can be taken down in an instant and made into a neat,
attractive, fair weather coat.
The device is the most ingenuous, neat and attractive,
that we have ever seen. This
collar comes either on heavy
coats or rain coats, 'made
only with the 20th Century
brand.    Price
$26.00
Get our booklet "Dress" a
magazine for men. It will
interest you.
For the convenience of shoppers in the Dry Goods, Millinery
antl House Furnishing Departments, Second Floor, we have
t"he 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' Ixmg Coats,
thc new "Princess" coats with
long roll shawl collars. Prices
are around 115 and $20.
BBmsBveaamwBm, Page >
THE MAIL-HERALD EEVELSTOKF, B
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  9TII, 1910.
rx
NEW FALL STOCK
Dress Goods
Tweed effect, heavy weight, just  what
you require for winter.   Selling Price 40c.
Plain Cloths, 10 inches wide, selling at
Sweater Coats
W.imen's Sweater Coats, length 30
inches, in brown, grey, navy, cardinal
and white.   Price -$3.00.
Children's Sweater Coats, ages 2 to Ki
years,    Price $1.00 up.
Men's Shoes
We carry a large stock of Shoes, heavy,
suitable for Fall wear, a large range of
sizes.
Underwear
_ For women at popular prices, close fitting, elastic ribbed, vest and drawers -
75c. per suit.
Women's natural wool, $2.00 per suit.
Women's Hosiery
Wool Cashr
in bin
Sale Price
Fall Millinery
New models arriving by express. Come
in and inspect our display, and if you
purchase it hat here you can depend n n
it being the latest.
REID <3fc YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Wc
'in? Pii'lnrcH li-vnit'lit.
J. D. Sibbald returned last night
fl  in ,i business rlBit to the coast.
Advices from London, Eng., state
that a Royal proclamation lias fixed
June 22nd, next year, as tlie date for
tne coronation ol Kinj; George.
Edward      (Ted)    Osborne's friends
are Inquiring whereabouts ol    aliovc i
Irishman        .ut   J).      Anyone    know-.
Ing Bami      k d Ily communicate with
1". S. ll.--.y.    Superintendent Provincial Police, Victoria, B.  C.
Mrs. G. Knapp left yesterday far
Kamloops where Bhe will make her
new borne, Mrs. Knapp during her
residence here has made a large circle of friei.ds who will much regret
her departure from tlcvalstokc, anil
[rom whom good wi-hes will accompany her in her new Bphere ol use
lulness.
The government demonstration orchards bavi finally been allotted. The
Kan. lard will be In   Eruit-
1/ir. it or l Brtj -longiug t.. the
company, The Sinistra], orchard
will be on the old Chase property
and the one for Salmon Arm will he
on  Robert Turner's  farm. Mcvcl-
stoke's orchard will he in the nir.
ii mini meeting of the Conservative  Association  will  be held      on
Tuesday,   Nov,  15th, at  the    Selkirk
ol officers al 8 p.m.
red by a Bmoklng concert, a.'.l
n by the   li.'ii.
: ind p.. v. Green, presi
ttt of the 1 Consei ratlve     As-
A till attendance by   nil
mem - request
' menl    y the 1 idles ol
Petei a thi      Opera
IN       ISth, pi omii es to tx
est ot its kind   seen    in
toki        foutl i.i -ity,      wit
•     *   corned)   ifi 11 pn
arl   ta tak-
I * il     cosl
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erive     a
A    high
first   to
Bhould
the  hard
•
North has com-
•   ivei    ■   eratlon
.-.*.• i .   •    a three
■   -■. •• in.   rfali b      will
I Bi       toke a con-
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erator will    •       '     -1
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if tn t just what we represent it to be.
We have
Coffees
TEA
AM)   COFFEE
full stock of thc
in ofl'e
leading  lines
in Teas   and
and can offer you the best values on  the n.t-r';et,
ranging in price from 31 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
ance
Is one of the  most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look after  this  branch
the business for you.
of
J^ootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kiiitaid & Anderson
their wives to excel! in  bridge      and
will approve of the plan. |    A  quUt  ,„„   retty  wc(U|ing      was
T. F. Sinclair is making rapid pro ' celebrated on ;'.Unlay evening      at
Kress with the sewers on the western   the home ol hit. Rand  Gibbons,  2nd
Wei ing Bells
section of the city.
Some  472  names were struck ofl
the provincial voters'    list for this
riding on  Monday  at  the  court of
revision.
Freight ami passenger traffic on
lhe 0. P. R. is reported as keeping
.-cry steaidy with a large volum of
business.
See the special feature Iiim at the
Edison theatre tomorrow and Friday
nights. "How championships are
won and lost."
The ('. P. It. are considering the
advisability ol erecting another wing
ou the Empress hotel at Victoria, as
soon as the one now under construction is completed.
lie sure and attend the Quadrille
club dance in Selkirk Hall on Nov.
9th. A good time is assured to all
Managing committee:—J. Caliin, n.
Carpenter, J. Simpson. Floor man-
nger, J. Guy Barber.
Mrs. R. Deslmone was yesterday
charged before the Pity Police Magistrate with riotous behaviour on the
public streets. The court remanded
the accused for examination as to
her mental condition.
Scats are selling rapidly for the
Royal Welsh Ladies choir in the
Edison theatre on Saturday next.
This promises to be the greatest
musical treat which has visited Revelstoke in many years.
The latest fashion among ladies in
France is, we hear, the nose ring,
simi:ar to the ear rings. These rings
are highly ornamented with jewels.
We doubt if even this newest era/e
will catch on in Revelstoke.
Admiral Kingsmill, head of the
Canadian Navy, and Commander Mac
Donald, of H. M. ('. S. Niobe, passed through Revelstoke this week en
route for Victoria to take part in
the welcome to H. M. O. S. Rainbow
All O. P. R. trains on this divis
ion are delayed today owing to t
tunnel about one and half miles east
of Golden having collapsed. About
twenty feet of the tunnel caved in
and wrecking g-angs were at once
ordered out to clear the debris. No
fatalities are reported.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Dr. W.  H.  Sutherland has return;:!
from Vancouver.
Mrs.  William North, of Nelson, has
taken up ber residence here.
Mr.and   Mrs.   A.   McRae  have
turned from a visit to the coast.
A good supply of sheet
| street, between John Woodford, superintendent of the Gibbons Lumber
Oo.'s mill, l'ingston Creek, Arrow
Lakes, eldest son of Lieut. Charles
.Woodford, ll. 10., of Alberta, and
I Lilian Pearl Hlllz, second daughter
of Mr. Abraham Ililtz, of Ingram
Port, N. S., a prominent ollicial ol
the C. N. R. and Mrs. HilU. The
bride wns given away by Mr. R. C.
Smith and looked extremely charm-
tig in n handsome tailor made gown
if oyster grey chiffon broad cloth,
with hal to match and carried n
beautiful  bouquet of orange blossom.
The Rev, Henry Wilson, of Trout
Lake,  performed the ceremony.
The bride was attended by Miss
io tli i-l Mills as bridesmaid, who was
most  becomingly    attired, Frank
lilibons acted ns best man.
At. the rinse of the ceremony the
wedding party sat down to supper at
ivhlch the health ol the bride and
groom was heartily toasted and con
•.ratiilntii.ns showered upon them.
I'he newly married couple were the
recipients of n large number of handsome presents, b'.'ing marks of esteem of their many friends.
The supper room was beautifully
ind daintily decorated, while a red
carpet covured the bride's path
.rom Ihe carriage to the house. The
bridegroom's gift to the bride was
a line diamond bracelet, to the brides
maid, n heavy stone set ring and to
the best mnn, n handsome diamond
icarf pin, while the bride's gift. to
the bridegroom wns a set of highly
chased gold .cuff links and studs.
The happy couple left, on Monday
night on their honeymoon which will
be spent on the coast .and at the
Halcyon Hot Springs. A number of
rieiuls accompanied them to the
itation with  liniil congratulations.
Mr. and Mrs. Woodford are well
mown in Revelstoke and down the
Vi'i-ow Lakes, and will make tli ir
home at Ooppvllle, on the Arrow
Lakes.
a RIHR—BINGHAM
A ipiict wed ling took place at the
ionic of Mr. and Mrs. Bingham on
Friday last, when their daughter,
Vliss Clara Constance Bingham, wa
narrled to Mr. David Johnson Crier
tl McLeod, Alta. Only the imme.li
ite relatives were present. The officiating minister was tbe Rev. H.P.
Thorpe.
The happy couple left on the even-
ng train for thc west where tbey
iill spend their honeymoon visiting
he coast cities. Their permanent
'esidenrc will be nt McLeod,  Alta.
Moving pictures at  the  Edison  tonight,  eb. uu-. *   of     programme      for
Thins.lay  nn.l Friday night.
Amovement  is nn foot  to endeavor
l*'    ■ r l* ji it i v. ■ a   ina.ii   ! *       ii    o;
ti"- l:. M.  It. with in,* companie ■ at
les '.
i       : ten Bted ii    lur     : are       :•
ted  '" an.*: meetii the
City   Hall   "ii  Thursday  next
* ■        l * .,!      '      ,     !!,
'I'll,*   ('.   I'.   It.   bus
of the greatest enteri ■   ■
tound ■        irei It   iui-  sel   out I
teach '    '
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[O     .-*,',•
•Th.
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1' 111
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n"
11 It 1
A   I
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uest,'
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y
funny
comedie
at
th.
11
theatre
good supply of
in.        Going     chea
Music store.
music just.
Kevelstoke
■ ■ts f"!'  iii*  Ma-*,*.,1.'a.!.'  Dance,
Fire  Brigade
n,'.  l. to : i l in. i ipera I
"■r   7th,   are   now    on   sale
Mrs. W. I. Briggs entertained n
number of Irlends this afternoon al
bridge.
In*.  Brett,  of  Banff,  is going  in for
growing  on  a   huge  scale near
Halcyon  Hot  Springs.
I',,;.  Wadmore, 1). O. C. at  Victoria    in   tii.'  .-.ty  on   Friday      inspecting  tii.' accounts,  stores,      arms
accoutrements of F. Co., R.M.R,
VV.      Newman    &    Co.  have recom-
[gar stores   menced work un the new power tan,
'-'.*.    Hera! ;
:
and
Many      im
*
management   th* n
shortly  mov :*
i, ghtly.
Severs
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completion. There
s   large am.unit of work    to
■   yel
Mr.   Ralph    -not!,   of   Nnnnimo,   M.
...   Otta •ii.   was a  vis,lor  in    the
,.    en route    lor    the
met   by a number     of
era-Is
.f Ro     Peak,    is
•  • tatee      thnt.
ey  will  lie    made
put
L. 0. L. Social
Monday,    Nov.  7th, L.  0. I,.,
gave     a very enjoyable social
On
1658,
in Selkirk Hall nn.l obout 170 invit-
,1 guests enjoyed a pleasant nnd
instructive evening. An excellent
programme wns rendered, r,-fresh-
ncnts served and addresses deliver-
■d by Rev. H. 1'. Thorpe, Uev. R. .1.
Vlelnlyre and the chairman Rev. W.
'. Calder, relative to the work of
he order, gun powder plot, etc.
After the socinl bad closed some of
be young jieople took advantage of
he opportunity of securing the hall
md spent an hour tripping tlie light
antastic, which wns not in anyway
•onncct.'d with the social or under
ihe auspices of the lodge.
in i  facilH les
.■ai it
part
Moving Picture Special
PRESCRIPTION
SUGGESTION
I . •: ■. pliyti i.iii hns bi-* -p.*' : il
pr.*: ■*        lor
■ ■,n disease* th.it he use*
exclusively. Oui Store is
equipped i.. ink.* care ol anj
■ rescriptioti iii.it in.n conic in.
We make a  Ipedallj   "i tlii-*..
Bews Drug Store
Mcil Him..' Block
the i
> i"  a   in'*i ' ,        l''ot m.'i ly
menl   wai   pa
n    ■ II     .i'l* : it' i ice
l
llth   .'"I .nn. *   .ti   I In*   fii' i in.' "     "I   the
M.,1* ..I,    Bank   hn * u ped,   pi oi,
nblj  the (null  in ti,.* ii,** il in!'     of
lhe ron.r.•(.',   llu*  architects hn*..*  'on
llm wil
n mi   il   I ,'• I'idi
■    ; * ,   io,,:       Fi
fai
M
be
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ntere it
Includes
hi,'.!'*,,       thi
,  :      1.1'*        i   I In.. In     the   ,'t" ■' .inin,.*     nn*
iblee     nu i : ' ..; the pi  tl esl  colored
fruii ni" !,.* ii *    .        *      ■      ■ ome I i"*    1
■
i
u
ippare
*
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ber.*
'
'        the
,-t,
in.,no when   . .ii" i
i'i,i* I'uli Hoy's Van   POSTER   Al  Revel toke, B
damned     II     nnd    the    contracl     ocloty     hostesses      The        i    • ■       .gramme     also     ncliid
Messrs Byi i an I Anglln ol Mon
ii.'/il,  have l«.'ii  Instructed  to      ro
move it mid creel fl new "li" Tbi
,. now lieing done and when com
ileted   iln*  lunil oui" i.*ii.*.iii nil!
. *.;il   ..I   in tu     *.(   Ill"   Moi   onu       hunk
will be .|: ]i|iiv"d over ibe portico
/, the building.
of   this   iH   the   high
bonce  lhc morgci   id th" card    table
mul ilu*   dining     table.     Rovolstoke
wi,., me always on      lbe
look "-ii  '"i nov    lefl    I,  '.Intel card
I'lll I Ic ,    .'.ill   do    Well    toll y    thill      lll'W
innovation.        Wc      ine   ijulte       sure
that local huul.nude     will encourage
Fall Fashions
An exchange says:—We are pleased
in inform tha bachelors that there
will be little change in fall fasliio ,s.
Sox will be worn with a hole in the
heel ns of yore. Collars may be
worn two weeks, more or less. A
nail to hold yonr nether garments in
idaro v. ill be the go. 1'ockets in
men's clothes will, as usual, have
a"  "change" in them.
Business Locals
It. II. Truemnii will visit the Revelstoke stu.lio on Saturday, Nov.
12th for the balance of the month.
Mr,  Tiiieinnii   will  make, a     specialty
,', Xmas photos,
.mn   I      in ais   are  d iliclous -
< "i ii -I   bl ■•;  or   roiiHl   mul mi
iii l        pedal!)     prepared French
nilHtiird    ,o"   i  ally  appot izing.   Sold
.1 Mclntyre's.
i.    !■'    T i' i.'i,     Hie     I...nl   photo
will  innl.."  iii, ml  i e lucl Ions
i aphs  ink. n  by      Iiim
ntil    lanuarj   1st,   I'H I. Coma early
i. ih.    Is .  '">   I**  i  ia *nlts ic
-  ,n':    ol i!*■■ Proi ni
.ne  nol   pel uul l"'l   un ler
I.. .io mu* othor work
than thai foi  which thoy aro   being
in. lit .    II    llllll   eollle
to ii,.- attention of     ihe authorities
i'i..     civil      .1  anl      weib koel Ing
i" io- .:li"i i   hand mil  i ■. >,■<■
■    *   niiikiii •  a
i'lil.* extra mi Idltlon to the
* io io   paid iii"in by tin* Pro
i iiiii'i.i   mi I
to   ;*   i   ii   It6p  to
I0..N
b ' ■
r
\l ii    BllOll i   '.in lm"! I," ii
■ olorod     transfoi mfltlon
i'i.'lure, nml two good dramas, "The
K   .1    I'lilllie"    III. I    "Til*    I'glv    (lll'l,"
II    Hill*III    Him V
Moving Pictures to-night.
^^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^—^—      on I
i  10 'I 11     '*"  "inlier   kth,   1 He,       I,,
Mr,  mid   Mrs,   Vi.  Vi.  Foster,  a Hon.
Sb Hob's Gure
anickly   t;>r. ot
ie   Uuuut aad
Children's
Footwear
For a shoo for children there are three
necessary qualifications - they must be
neat in appearance, durable in wear
and reasonable in price. The celebrated CLASSIC SHOE combines all
these qualities and we guarantee every
pair we sell to be satisfactory in every
particular. We now have a full line in
slock and we are sure we can please
you. A host of satislicd customers will
recommend you to buy these shoes.
Felt Shoes for Ladies
and children—soft,  warm comfortable
slippers for house wear in all sizes.
Warm Hosiery
You will find our hosiery is the best
and cheapest line in the City. They are
all special importations direct from the
manufacturer. We have them in all
weights and all sizes, and we can fit
your foot and your purse.
Wool Gloves, Wool Mitts, Mufflers
Scarves, Shawls, Bootees, Toques
in great variety.
TTZ^as^Onna/il
ro R '•     CO   OD*    CO   O  D s.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
— nnd you should insist upon fuelling Hie bcal at nil
H men—get our*. Our reputation for pood luend is nut
the result of chance* Our cu-toniers are sati-flnl ihut
oiiih is tin* must RHtlsfactoiy bread thev cun buy.
Try it and you will hecome n regular nuMomer. Our
Groceries are also in kerfiing witli our bread<
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
YOU RUN  NO   RISK
IN BUYING MACS GROCERIES
Christie's Fruit Biscuits, por lb.     26c.
Kippers and Halibut, 2 lbs, for    25c.
lb own Windsor Soap, per doz. . _!55c.
Eating Apples, best in town, per box    &2.00
John Mclntyre & Son - PS
Men's Fall Hats
Wc havejusl put in stock a large assortment
..I Siiis..n, Carter, Redmond, l'itt and
11 cad form Hats in Mill's and sofls. To see
liuin is lo buy one, that is why we want
you io look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
Wc have prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shins with soft, double
cnlTs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
"".■I. .
im
cure* coldn,   hem*
, ...  a8 c«nt».
MeKinnon & Sutherland
PIT-REFORM CLOTHING,

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