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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed. .   Price $60.
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VoL 16-No. 82
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCiOBEK 19, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
I
ALL HANDS ROUND
EVtRYi: :\)THING you
a—J      WANT IN
^ KITCHEM.
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UNLESS YOU BUY 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 NOT 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.
T. P. O'CONNER VISITS B. C.
Mr. T. P. O'Connor, M. P., one
of the most forcible and prominent
speakers in the British House of
Commons and champion of the Irish
party, passed through the city on
Monday in a special train en route
for the west. Few there are, who
have not rend T. l'.'s Weekly, one
of thc leading weekly journals 'in
Kngland, of which Mr. O'Connor is
editor and proprietor, containing
many brilliant articles on live every
day topics.
In a brief interview, Tny Pay told
t.ke representative uf thc Mail-Herald
that this was his lirst visit to thc
west anil that he could not describe
in words what he thought ol Canada
and her possibilities. He was touring Canada on behalf ol the Irish
Home Rule party, and during his
many visits to Canadian cities he
had received strong sympathy and
support. The only drawback, he
said, were the Orangemen in some
parts and even some ol them had
sided with him in his policy. Mr.
O'Connor briefly touched on the political situation in England, affirming that Home Rule for Ireland
would soon be consummated. He
asked a number of questions regarding conditions generally in the west,
and took great interest In the description of Revelstoke and her many
industries and resources
Mr. O'Connor will make a -brief
stay on the coast, where he will
lecture before the Canadian Club,
making his return through the United States.
NEW POWER PLANT
CITV COUNCIL
|   A  meeting  of the city council  was
Full SiBtement of Cost will dc heM ,m Friday n'sht iast  Ami"^
the principal matters taken up was
a request from the Board of Trade,
ia regard to the conservation of the
city water supply and asking if anything hail  been    done.       The      city
Made Public Saturday
The work at the new power house
is being pushed turward as rapidly
aB possible so as to have the new
plant in operation nt an early date.
The new generators and other machinery has arrived at the power house
siding and is being unloaded, the
engineers stating that the entire new
plant will bc in operation In about
thirty days.
Thc department ol the water
light of the city council have
formed us that a full statement
the cost ol the new development
water and power derived will
mnde, which we will publish in, next
Saturday's issue, which will also
show the revenue to be derived from
the new plant. It is only fair that
the publi'' should know just where
their money has been expended and
the exact nature of the new plant,
and what has been done, as it is
probable that another appropriation
will have to bc made to complete
the work.
and
in-
of
of
be
Distingsisl.ed Visitors
clerk was instructed to reply thgt
the city engineer would attend to it
at once.
The Cummings Transfer Oo. asked
for a crossing on .Second street into
their stable.—Granted.
li. S. Clark, of Cranbrook, ask'M
Ifor Information as to the advisability of his starting a machine shop
in Revelstoke.
Mrs. F. Julian asked for a porch
light at  her  residence.—Grunted.
0. 11. Skene asked fur a light near
his premises. The council agreed
that he should put the light in himself, as it was for lighting his stable
and chicken house.
A. McRae, postmaster, offered to
put a night clerk in the post office,
if Gthe council would supply light
free. The council were of opinion
that owing to the double service .being kept up all thc year round, the
local business men would be greatly
benefitted by the inauguration of a
night postal service, and decided to
grant the request.
I The city will instal 2C-0 wat Tungsten lamps at the 0. P. R. station,
also 250 watt Tungsten over tho
road west of the station.
I Arrangements were made fur T.F.
Sinclair  to  go  ahead with  thc  work
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
A distinguished party passed thru'
here last week en route for Vancouver, consisting of His Highness the
Crown Prince of Hess, a relative of
the Kaiser, and bis suite.
He is travelling incognito rs  Baron Godendorf.     His  party comprises   of sewering the Y. M. O. A
Baron Schenck, an aide-de-camp      to I   A sum of  $2-30  was apportioned for
the Emporer  of Germany,  who      en- 'fixing and  clearing the streets        in
pecially delegated him to accompany h the vicinity  of Campbell avenue and
the prince on hia foreign trip, Baron   McKenzie avenue.
Riedessel,  Mr.  L.  Garbau  and      Mr. |   The following accounts wero passad
L. O.  Armstrong, colonization agent   General       $11,054.89
ol the C. P. R. jWater   and    light       1,5*85.12
pugilist,   tne  victor  oi    many    naiic      K  is  understood that one      result  Debenture    K       6,011.23
battles,  was shot and fatally  wound   ol their stay in the  Columbia River   Debenture    T    5,097.58
ed on a ranch five miles out of Con.   Valley near Windermere will be   the  Debenture    U  11,57.8.82
way Mo. where he was recuperating investment of considerable capital | Included in the general account is
at 6:30 o'clock Saturday morning by in a larSe tract of land. The deal an overdraft for *J7,'M>!> for expenses
Walter    A.    Hurtz     a     quarrelsome   Bas not V^ Deen closed.        ' | in the new water pipe line, taken out
ranch hand. I   ^ne Crown Prince of Hess and his  ol the    current    revenue until      the
_,      . ,     , ...    ,, .     friends expressed themselves      as de-   money from  the  debentures  for that
The shooting took place while Kct- '
,   , ..       .      ,,    ,     .   „ «.    lighted with the glories ot the inter
chel     was  eating  breakfast  at  6:J0'.     b s
Noted Pugilist Shot Dead
Springfield, Wj., Oct. 18,—Stanislaus Kiccal, better known as Stanley Ketchel, middleweight champion
pugilist,   the  victor  of    many    fistic
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5,575,C00.00
Capital Paid Up                     - 5 S30.000.00
Reserve        .... 5,5o,,j00.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points ii^l'anmla.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago— First National Batik, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seatt.li>—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Welle Fargo Nevada National Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
work ia available.
ior ot British     Columbia.     In      all
There were no     witnesses      ana      as   ~:
Ketchel almost     immediately  lapsed  their travels thejr.gaw no scenery  to
...ol    -tha    ,*i..u*.:    Ihdv    fOiKtiM their
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, aud interest allowed at
rent rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
current
Fresh Oysters
Arriving   Twice-a-week
Finnan Haddie Kippers
Mackerel     Smoked Halibut
Fresh Killed Spring Chickens
P.    BURNS   &   CO.
Limited.
J
Stylish Fall and Winter Hats
A shipment, just arrived from the East
SEE DISPLAY IN WINDOW
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOORS BAST OP BDISON THBATRB
into unconsciousness the exact events
leading up to the shooting could
not be learned. •
Hurtz was recently employed by
Mr. Dickerson and little la known
ot him. Hurtz and Ketchel exebang
ed words last night. Hurtz retired
in an ugly mood, but nothing was
thought of thc matter. This morning
Ketchel was seated at the breakfast
table alone, when Hurtz entered the
ranch house and pointing his rifle
at the lighter, demanded:
"Throw up your hands."
Ketchel was taken by surprise, but
apparently remained cool. Instead of
complying he arose. His back was
half turned toward his assailant,
when Hurtz, but a lew feet away,
fired.
The bullet struck Ketchel below
the right shoulder blade and, as it
developed later, ranged upward, entered his right lung.
Ketchel fell to the floor. A mom-
nt lat.T Charles Bailey rushed In
from another part of the building.
Hurtz was just disappearing through
the doorway.
"He shot me," said the prostrate
fighter, as he feebly pointed in the
direction taken by Hurtz, Alter relating briefly the details ol the affair, Ketchel laksed into unconscious
ne-s. Hurt( disappeared Irom view
in a heavy timber along the Osage
river bottoms.
Later—Walter A. Hurtz, who Bhot
and killed Stanley Ketchel on Satur
ilay was captured Tuesday at the
home ol Tlmmas Haggard, one mile
from N'iangua, Mo. Hurtz was taken to the Webster County jnil at
Marshlield, where be ll lieing closely
guarded, After being placed -in his
cell tbe prisoner made a confession I
in which he ilerlnred he shot Ketchel
in sell-defence. He said he ordered
the prizefighter to throw up his
hand< and fired when Ketchel refused
to obey.
Hurtz, in telling thc story of tbe
shooting, asserted that Ketchel made
Insulting remarks (o C.oldie Smith ft
cook employed at tie larm. He said
the words which passed between K«t
chel and him demanded that tho pug
illst ttiniw up his handB. When
the champion refused to do this,
Hurtz declared he was an frightened
knowing Ketchel carried a revolver,
thnt he fired, and, without fully realising what he had done.
I Ooddie Smith, the woman in the
case, has been taken to ehe Webster
County jail and will he held pending
an inquest, which will lie held during tbe day.
Funeral aervicca over thc body of
the fighter were held at the Elk's
>.'lnb bore and thc corpse will be
taken to C.rand RnpldH, Mich., thc
home ol Ketchel'a parents. The pug-
UiHt died in the Springlield hoapitnl,
to which he had been rushed from
Conway on a special train.
ival the views they feasted their
eyes upon for days in the Columbia
River Valley south of Golden. They
were also impressed with its possibilities as a ranching and fruitgrowing region. Members of the party
enjoyed a successful hunt, shooting
a large bear and two goats. They
ascended a peak which is situated
10,300 feet above sea level and obtained a view of a series of snowcapped mountains stretching in the
distunce of sixty or seventy miles.
Much enthusiasm was expressed at
the fine scenery in the vicinity of
Revelstoke.
Starts in Dirigible
Atlantic City, N. J., Oct 18— Thc
long delayed attempt of Walter Well-
man, journalist, aeronaut and explorer, to cross the Atlantic in a
dirigible airship was begun on Saturday morning at an early hour
when his balloon, the America, disappeared to the castcard in a heavy
fog. At 11.05 the wireless dispatch
Irom the Americn Was received here.
"Headed northeast," it said. "All
well on board; machinery working
line. Good-byo. J. Irwin."
. New York, Oct. I'.I.—A wireless
message to the New York Times
from Capt. Dowd of tho Royal Mail
steamer Trent says tbat the Trent
picked up Wclltnnn and thc crew of
thc dirigible balloon America at 5
o'clock yesterday morning. The airship had been abandoned. The rescue was made in latitude :15.43, longitude fid.18.
Mine Rescue Station
Victoria, Oct, 18.—R. P. Tolmic,
deputy minister ol mines, with H.
Shepherd, the chief inspector, has
left for the Crow's Nest mining fields
to establish at Fernie the first of
three government rescue stations in
connection with the operating collier
ies ol British Columbia. Upon the
return af thc officials to the coast
arrangements will bc made for the
installation of the Nanaimo and
Cumberland stations.
All the apparatus Ior the three sta
tion3 is now en route. It is thc intention of .the mines department also
to instal a central station at Mid-
dlesboro in the Nicola country to
support colliery Installations as required by tbe Coal Mines Regulation
Act.
Business Men
Build Roads Over Province
| Victoria, Oct. 18.—Interesting announcement of the governemnt's
trunk road building programme in
the province was made at the Board
of Trade quarterly meeting here yesterday by Mr. C. H. Lugrin, who
stated he had been informed Iiy the
Minister of Public Works that not
only would trnnspruvincial roads bc
constructed so as to make continuous highway from the coast to Alberta, but alsu a north to south
trnnsprovincial road would bc built.
The latter will 1m> a continuation ol
the old Cariboo trail, which will lol
low the east bank of the Krascr river to a  point, opposite Fort George,
j thence by the Nechaco valley to the
divide separating the. Nechaco valley
Irom the llulklcy vnlley     ns     lar as
Don't forget your class commences  Hasetton.
nt 10:80 a.m. tomorrow (Thursday)
morning. Kvery business man needs
hygenlc and recreative exercise.
Come down to the Y and get limbered up.
Thc north and south mail would
be between BOO and GOO* miles in
length. The provincial trunk rond
building policy involved construction
ol over a thousand miles.
The Biggest Comedy Hit
of The Season
Jheffewgoy
Edison Theatre, Friday Oct. 21
Prices 75c. and 50c.
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 Heaters,
Oil Heaters, etc. Sask-Alta
Kootenay and Hotel Ranges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne B
ourne liros.
|      Sweater Coats
CO
rj Comfortable parments, best makes, self colors
Q@ or trimmed contrasting bands, such as grey,
M brown, green, navy, tan. All sizes. $1.50 to 6.50
Sweaters
m
All the best worsteds and cashmere wools are
represented, made with plain Jersey neck  or
roll; colors navy, brown,  black, tan and grey.
Prices S1.25 to $4.00
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
m
Joint
Debate
As to which is most attractive—
the fair hostess or the juicy
joint she carries. One of a complete selection of high-grade
meats from our spick-span market.   Give us a trial.
CrifTln'a f'rom'or Hams and Baoon.    Armour's 8tar Ham* ard Baoon
FRESH FISH   Sturgeon, Cod, 8a'mon, Halibut, Smelts, Crabs.
SAUSAGES   Pork, Bologna, Blood.       Head Cheese, Jellied Tongues.
Culck Delivery Cuirnntecd. Clve Ut a Trial.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCVQN HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Oreateit Health Re-sort on the Continent
Natural    Hot   Water,   124   I)e;<re»*-;   ol   Ilea
Natural lint Water la Hatlu.   Ofeti All Year
Rales from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Ca.Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Page I
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
Ztc flTafMberalb
PUBLI8HED   WEDNESDAY    \M>
HfcUBDAV  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Jntcnor pnbitsblng Company?,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including t-usiage to Kngland, United States
and Canada.
By the rear [through loitotfloe) 12.60
Half       " .•»'..      1.S0
Quarter " " "          1.00
J JB . U1NTINU promptly executed at reason*
able rales.
TEHMS—(,'aoh.   Subscriptio 18 payable In ad
ranee.
DRY   FIRE  WOOD
Order   early  for delivery Sept.   15th   and
thereafter
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Lt-hM notice* 10 cenu- per line ftrHt insertion,
Soootx KTlinc each subsequent insertion
M«Lsuri.iiienn Kobpartel U- Unee make om;
inch], tfiore and genurtU business an-
noutioomcnls jfcJ.oo per inch per month
Preferred po»iiiou;-. 'lo per cunt, ad
diUv.il. Births, Marriagos and Doa ha
Soc.   eneh  in-trtion.
Land notices $l.jj All advoriUanicnld
subject to i he approval of the management.
Wanted and Condensed Advertisements:—
Agents Wanted, Help Watited, Situations
wanted. Situations Vucjint, Tu&uhuru
WanU-d, Mechanic* Wanlod. 10 words or
lesn 15c,, eaeh additional lino 10 cents.
Change* in standing advertisement* must
be in by 9 a. m. 1 ueeday and Friday of
at ch w eftk to secure good display.
OORRSSjPONDKNCK invited on matters of
public LnteretfL L'uniinuuic&Lioim to Kdl-
tor mu.-t be accompanied by name of
Writer, not necessarily fo publication, but
as evi Lenoe of good faith. Correspondence
(.houid be brief.
Fir,  Birch,   Pine,  Spruce,   Hemlock
and Cedar Mixed
FOR PRICES AND PARTICULARS
APPLY TO
REVELSTOKE GENEBAL AGENCIES, ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
H
AKVEY, McLARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.
UUL  IUNK  BUILDING   KHYKt,-
BTOKE,  11. (J,
Money t-n loan.
Office-    B ■••" ='■  "•'
BKO. 3.  M.VAHTltB
^. il    PlNKUAM
Revel* toke,
B.C.,   (raubrouk, B.O.
J. A. Hi-KVKY,
Cranbrook
w
1LL1AM I. BK1GUS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
8 for:-
The Canadian Bank of Commerce,
The Molsons Bank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   •   REVELSTOKE, B,C.
>OBKKI SMITH
K
Provincial, -Land Surveyor
McKenzii: Avemi-
Uhx UK!, Revelstoke
C.   *.   O   W.
Maintain  View Cumn. No. 229
Meet: Bjc nil and  Fourth  \VoduoadnyH   ir
each mutr.h. in s.-lkirk H;ili.    Visiting Wood
men cord;,,..;■ invited ." Hl'.iml,
W. E, Of BORNE, Con. Com.
JAS   MclNTV.HK, Uleik.
J. T. POLLOI K, Uasteb.
CHAS. J. AMAN. Sei llKTAEY
SELKIRK LOUIiE 12, l.O, O  F.
Meet- eye.-y Thorn-
dey evening in Bel-
kirk In... at 8 o'clock
Visiting brethrou are
on boar.l. For a jiiiluc on the licncli,
or a governor of n prison, or n general in the Held to send reports ol
bis doings to n newspaper would lie
no more Improper thnn for a ship's
captain to lip what tins captain has
done. In addition, he was in a way
the protector ol this wretched pair,
So long as they did not offend ni;
ainst the discipline of thc sea he
had  no  quarrel  with them. They
were flying from justice, it is true;
it is also true that one of them was
possibly llyinu to his death, and
drawing nearer to the gallows with
every turn of thc screw. Think, if
you can liear to, of the dire tragedy
of the relationship; tho smiles that
had to lie kept up outside, tha terrors and tears of the cahin; the em-
' braces mingled with the sense of Jm-
|pending doom and destiny; the count
ing ot the days and nights, and ulti-
Miuitig Smveyor mat.c sunset,  ultimate daybreak,  ulti
i.iigii.i'eiuiK        t? kisg or  wiljaI)er(,,|  wnnl       that
might he the last they wou.d over
shnre—-and then think of Captain
Kendall an.l the Daily Mail and the
thing that was "too good a thing to
lose."
"Captain Kendall's messages to
the Daily Mail are a disgrace to thc
mercantile marine and to the profession of the sen. They arc nn insult to the King, of whom the commander of a British ship is direct
representative, to the law, whose
powers are vested in him, and to
every sailor. What his temptation
may have been I do not know; the
responsibility for that lies with thc
Daily Mail's editor nnd with its
principal proprietor, Lord North-
clifle. But he proved n sufficiently
apt tool."
15, A f. & A M.
71.e rOKiilni inuiit-
iliil.- urn hold in thn
MASONIC TKM-
i'l.!*:, i/ddfelluws'
Hull, un Uiu third
Mun.lay in each
month ,it * f in.
Visiting brethren
ar.. cordially wol-
come.
cordially invited to attend.
B B.Sqfc.ABKBBIGQS, N.G.
J. MATHIK Sec
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
Ho. 29. Revelstoke, B. C.
Meet* 'rn.i W--.-ine-.day en-
ceptTbird We.lnp-iiay of each
moult. :- iln o*l Iftllowa Hall
at-So'c * i. \ - ti- g Knighta
are ri.r.iially invilcxi.
D. A. McDONALU   0. I
Q. H   B8l>'*i   K. n! K. AS   and  M. of F.
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
PROVINCIAL BLKCTIONS ACT
REVELSTOKH    ELKCTOWAL
DISTRICT.
TAKE  NOTICE  that
celved     objections     In
the     retention      of
Ing   names   on    the
re
to
I   have
writing
the      follow
Register     ol
Revelstoke  Elet
grounds stab d
Meets in 1. 0. <>. F. Hall next to
Tapping'* i ip. i r ll'ii-"-. <-v.*i •, second
ana fourth Monday in month.
Visiting luetlnen cordially welcomed.
C. II., 1'i.aiieni k Harte.
Rec.-Seo. H. \V. Edwards
rjOLCMBl ■  C VMP No, i: i\,
MODERN   WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Met  -   every   :
Odd I       ws Hali, 2m!
All visiting I to tttend
A. T.    .'■        * •        IVM. S   si..u\,
Coi - Clerk.
I Voters  lor  the
District  i.n  the _^^^^^^^^^^^^^
low.
'     Aiid   take   notice   that   at   a     '
of Revision to be held on the      7th
[day of N'ovembet.  I910,  at  tl e
House.   Uevelstoke.   al   ll   o'clock     in
the forenoon, I shall   heal  .in,;   de
teinune  the  Bai !  obji * •   un-
102.
103.
104,
113.
II.
116.
US.
121.
128.
132.
134.
135.
1.1V
142,
146.
1*1,'.
149.
ir,8.
159.
164.
IM.
1(17.
171.
177.
181.
1E4.
18C.
188.
196.
203.
203.
20C.
210.
217.
210.
220.
230.
232.
241.
247.
248.
253.
2,',4.
256.
25C.
250.
2C0.
267.
279.
282.
284.
2S7.
291 .
3011.
801.
302.
304
so:..
311.
.117.
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334.
• IS
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-t.. wes
Zbc flftafl-lberaU)
less such named    persons or
J other  Provincial  voter  ..n   titer    behalf  satisfies     me  that  - tefa
tons  are  not   well  founded    1
strike  such   names  ofl  the   -wid   Kcu'-
ister.
E   EDWARDS
Registrar ol
7th    day
Dated    this
1910.
The  ll llowlng
absent In *
ire rep >rted
diiti let,
,i . Ol T    19TH
It   . '• ■    ri,«t    ex-
Prc-a. I< nt level sd    the
sea..    ' D    the    "Boy
Scou- ', d       i. I   .    ■   ilunel
be'.< ,v, - n ;! ■ i .,m.ml With all
his Leal!   I    I I ri a   lettet     t*.
Sir   Rob , omman l
er o! tbe  I - Bn at lit:'
ain, he • inti tbat tb< ' ■■ ■ ■ n.n.
is to make fyn,^ c-.'-l citizens 1n
time of peace, and Incidentally to
flt them to become good soldiers in
time of war, although the latter inevitably follows, tieine what might
lie ca'.ie.i a by-pn luct ol tb- former
As advocated In the columns of our
last edition, the establishment of
the Boy Scout movement would be
of infinite benefit to our youths in
the W,  -
BTRONQ CRITICISM
An article in tbc London, Bng.,
Saturday Review, cr,tizeB in strong
terms tbe action id f'nptam Kendall
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Bishop,   John A.
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Booth,   Archibald
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Burge,  Sidney
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Calder Jr., Wm. C.
Cameron,  Duncan
Campbell,  Duncan
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Campbell,   Jas.   A.
Campbell,  John F.
Campbell, Doug. G.
Campbell, Willis J.
Campbell, Robt. T.
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Carmichael,  C.  W,
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Carlyle,  Geo. D.
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551. Firth,   Benjamin   I). Bg  Eddy
552. Firth, Joseph Beaton
554. Fish, Wm A. Revelstoke
661. Fleming, Alfred Revelstoke
663, Fletcher, Jnmes Revelstoke
671, Forbe3,   Deter   R. Revelstoke
579. Foster,   Jos.   Hen. Revelsto'ie
580. Foss,   Hrwin Revelstoke
581. Fowler,   Enoch Revelstoke
582. Fox, Oormac Revelstoke
583*. Franklin,   Harry Kevelstoke
584. Franklin,   John Revelstoke
585. Francesco, Jachini Revelstoke
691, Praser, Deter Kevelstoke
500. Fraser N. St. Clair Revelstoke
602. Frenstte, Jos. P, Revelstoke
012. Furlong, Michael St. Leon
614. Gngon, Oyprlen Revelstoke
622. Garner, Robert Revelstoke
62*3. Garner, Henry Revelstoke
625. Gnrofalo, Sante Revelstoke
627. Gates, Geo. Vi. Revelstoko
631. Gehrke, William Rockypoint
G36. Gibson,   Frank Revelstoko
637. Gibson,   Thos. Kevelstoke
638. Gibson, John Kevelstoke
630. Gibson, Seth Camp 8
644. Giddy, (.Mi.is. Kevelstoke
650. Gillander, William Revelstoko
655. Glenni,   Alanzo Revelstoke
61. Goodwin,   John Revelstoke
662'. Goodisson,   Herbert Halcyon
CG6. Gottlet,  Arthur Revelstoke
669. Goundry,   Samuel St.    Leon
673. Graham,  W.J.    McOulloch Ok.
675. Graham,   David   H. Revelstoke
678. Grauer,   Alf. Revelstoko
680. Graves,   John Revelstoke
684. Greenhalgh, Albert Revelstoke
685. Greenwood, Alf. Revelstoko
68G. Gray,   Hamilton Revelstoke
88. Griffiths,  Fred.  T. Revelstoke
91, Guest,  Geo.  A. Revelstoke
607. Grey,   Benj.   F. Revelstoke
01, Haddon,   James Arrowhead
702. Hadler,   Alf. Revelstoke
703'. Hagar,  L.  M. Revelstoke
19. Halliwell,   J,din  II. Revelstoko
23. Hamilton,   Jnmes Revelstoke
724. Hnmill,  John Rovelstoke
725. Hancock, Arthur 0. Revelstoko
731. Haner, James W. Revelstoke
748. Harvey, Albert Revelstoke
750. Harris, Edward H. Rovelstoke
752. Harris, Frank Revelstoke
763. Hcadrick, J. L. Revelstoke
773. Hendry,   Frank Revelstoke
74. Hers tick,   John Revelstoke
7*75. Honsley,   John Revelstoke
779. Heyes,  Richard Revelstoke
781. Hibbert,  Thos.  H. Revelstoke
782. Hicks, H. M. Revelstoke
784. Higgins,   Jas.  A. Revelstoke
801. Hogg,   ErncBt Revelstoke
802. Hogg,  Robert Revelstoke
805. Holman,  Wm.  Alf. Revelstoke
03. Halliday,  David H. Revelstoke
810. Hood,  John Revelstoke
818. Ilorragan,  Dan Revelstoke
825. Hughes,  Henry Renelstoke
829. Hulm,   Albert  Ed. Revelstoke
35. Hunt,  Albert  J. Revelstoke
30. Hunter,   Edward Revelstoke
842. Hyland,  Robert Revolstoke
S-44.      Illingworth,  Jno. C.  Reve'oke
845. Inglis,  Wm.  O. Revelstoke
855. Jackson,  Wm.  S. Revelstoke
856. Jnchini, Frank Revelstoke
863. Jewitt,  John D.C. Uevelstoko
806. Johnson, ti.  H. Revelstoko
67. Johnson,   William R"Vclstoke
868. Johnson,  Chas. A. Kevelstoke
I 19. Johnson,  Wm. T. Revelstoke
873. Johns,ui, Geo.  Alex Revelstoke
875. Johnson,   Arthur  G.       Glacier
77. Johnson,   John Revelstoko
879. Johnson,   Archie Revelstoke
880. Johnson, Wm T. Revelstoke
Johnson, Robert Camborne
J..bust,ni. Harry C Arrowhead
Johnsti ii.  Samuel Revelstoke
889. Jones, John w. Revelstoke
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Marion,   Wm.   A.        Revelstoke 1441.
Mason,   F.   Osborne  Revelstoke 1442.
Mnthi'son,  Jno. C.     Rtr.' Flat 446.
Maundrell,   G.  II.      Revelstoke 1447.
Maundrell,  Hry.  R.  Revelstoke 4*50.
Maxwell,   Azariah  W.  Rev'toke 453.
Maybeo,   Orrin  A.       Comaplix 1454.
Mnyello,   Henry Revelstoke 1456.
Meade, Geo. K. Revo,stoke 1458.
Meek,   James Revelstoko 1450.
Melght,   Henry Revelstoke 1460.
Met/dor,  Chas. G.      Rovelstoke 1461.
Milne, Geo.  B. Revelstoke 1472.
Milne, James Revelstoke 478.
Moore,  J.W. Norman   Rev'okc 470.
Mills,  Henry Revelstoke 1180.
Millard,   Jno.  R.       Revelstoke 491.
Miller,   Chas.   A.       Rovolstoko 503.
Miller,   Geo. Revolstoke BM,
Mllllgan,  Thos. ("amborne WW.
Moffat, Thos. Arrowhead 1507.
Moirzek,   Deter Uevelstoke 1512,
Mollor,  Conrad 0,    Uevelstoke 1519.
Monohan,   Thos.   S.  Uevelstoko 11)20.
Montroy,   Jas.       Rocky  Doint 1-J26.
Mooro,   Wm.   M. Revelstoke 1530.
Moore,   James Revelstoke 153L
Moran,  Deter Hnlcyon 1533.
Morrison, Geo. D.     Revelstoke 1541,
Morrison,  Ross Uevelstoke 1545.
Morrison,   Ernest      Revelstoko 1646,
Mountnin,   Wm. Revelstoko 1547.
Murray,   Michael Uevelstoke l,r.'19.
McArthur,  Geo. Camborne 1551-a.
McAulifle, Michael     Revelstoko 1556.
McKay,   Wm. Kevelstoke 1562.
McOoll,  Duncan Revelstoke 1564.
McClanaghnn,  Hry.      Rev'toke 1565.
McConncIl,   Frank     Revelstoke 1567.
McConuell,  Dan.        Revelstoke 568.
McCormick,   Thos. Revel'kc 1570*.
McDonald,   Hugh  A.   Camborne 580.
McDonald,  Jn.  J.     Revelstoke 1584.
McDonald,   Alex.        Revelstoke li/85.
McDonald,   Jn.   H.    Revelstoke l.,'3G.
McDonald,   Alex.       Revelstoke 1587.
McDonald, Alexander     Rev'oke 1-8S.
McDonald,   Jn. Martin Rev'oke l-./JO.
McDonald,   John   K.   Camborne 1,01.
McDonald,   Jno.   A.  Rovelstoke 1694.
McDonald,   Allan  D  Revelstoko 1..07.
McDonald,   Angus      Revelstoko l..*08.
McDonald,  Alex Camp      8 liiO'l.
McDonald,   James     Revelstoke l*li*J*2.
McEachern,  Neil A.     Rev'toke 1612.
McEachern,  Arthur Care    Rev. 1614,
McElligott,  Sam.      Rovelstoke 1616.
McFarlanc,  Jno.  S.     Rev'toke 1...lt>.
McGillias,   Don.   G.   Revelstoko li,10.
McGillivary, Hugh.  J.       Rev.' 1,22.
McGol'drick,  Rich.      Revolstoke 1025.
McGown,   A. Rovelstoke 1628.
McGregor,  Jas. A.    Revelstoke 1027.
Mcllaffle,   Jno.   A.    Revelstoke 1034.
Mcllardy,   John Rovelstoke 1037.
Mclniiis,  Peter Revelstoke 1039.
Mclnnis,  Alex. Camborne 1640.
Mclnnls,  Dan.  A.      Revelstoke 1041.
Mclnnis,   Mitcbel        Revelstoke lo50.
Mcintosh,   Jno. A.    Revelstoke 1651.
Mclntyre,   Andrew     Arrowhead       GG3.
McKay,  Geo.  S.        Revelstoke       G64.
McKay,   D.Morrison Revelstoke       GG9.
McKenzie,  Alex.F.     Revelstoke 1G70.
McKenzie,   J. I).        Revelstoke       677.
McKibben,  James      Revelstoke 1679.
MeKinnon,  Allan    McCul'  Crk. 1680.
MeKinnon,  Alan        Revelstoke       681.
McLean,  Alexand r   Revelstoke       687.
McLean,  Wayne Revelstoko 1688.
McLean,   Jno.   G.       Revelstoko 1089.
McLean,   Hector        Revelstoko -GOO.
McLennan,  Neil     Straw.'  Flat       (JUG.
McLennan,  Dav.  7,.    Cnmborne       7C4.
McLeod,   Johnstone  Revelstoko       743.
McLeod,   Wm.   J.       Revelstoko 1747.
McLeod,  Obas.       Straw.' Flat 1751.
McLcod,  Don.  A.      Revelstoke       752.
McLcod,  I).  A. Revelstoke 1753.
McLeod,  Roderick      Revelstoke       754.
McMahon,  Fred.        Rovelstoke       755.
McMillinn,   Jno.A.    Revelstoke 1,159.
McNab, Thos. Revelstoke       766.
McNeil,   J.  F. Revelstoke 1773.
McNeil.  Kenneth        Revelstoke 1778.
McNey, Francis  J.    Revelstoke 1781.
McPherson,  Wm G.  Revelstoko 1786.
McPherson, J. D.      Revelstoke       790.
McPherson,  Jas. G. Kevelstoke 1703.
Mcpherson,   Dan.       Revelstoke 1794.
McPhee, Donald Revelstoke 1,95.
McRae,   John Revelstoke 1798.
McRae,  Murdock        Revelstoko 1803.
McWnlly,  Ed. Camp      10 lf:04.
M.Williams,  Wm.       Revelstoico 1805.
Ncale,  Robt.   A.        Revolstoke 1815.
Nollis,   Harry Camlia-nc 18IG.
Nellis,  Gordon  E.      Cnmborno 1823.
Newman,  Geo.  T.     Arrowhead 1*8*1.
Nichol, W. G. Rovolstoko 1833.
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Mm'.'I.  Rsgtst Bsrsistoka
Mm ilml I.   Gilbert       Revelstoko
Marrooe,  Balvatore   Revo'toka
Nicholls,   Cyrus L. Kevelstoke
Nicholson, John Revelstoke
Nimmo,   Peter Revelstoke
North,  Francis  A. Revelstoko
Normand,  H. Revelstoko
Notti, Gcrmaro Revelstoke
Noyce,   Charles RevelstJko
Obey,  John Revolstoita
O'Oonnell, James Revelstjko
O'Connor,  Stephen Revelstoko
Ogle,  Fred R, Revelstoke
O'Henrn,   James Rcvelsto'co
O'Ncil  John Arrowhead
Ostenson,  Andrew Kevelstoke
Otto,   James il. Camborne
Oughton,   John Revelstoke
l'arkes,  Frank  J. Revelstoko
Pearson,  Jno. T. Revelstoke
Pearson,  Alf.   J. Revelstoke
Perdue,  Robert St.    Leon
Peressini,   Joseph Revelstoko
Peters,   Jas.  B. Revelstoko
Peterson, Walter D. Revelstoko
Potretta,  Louis Revelstoke
Pisacrota,   Natalc Revelstoke
Pluintoii,   Llewelyn Arrowtl'd
Pluinton,  Alex. Arrowhead
Porter,   Geo.   W. Revelstoko
Porter,  Charles St.  Leon
Powers,  Geo. Thos. Revelstoke
Pratt,   Alexander Revelstoke
Pratt,  V.  II. Revelstoke
Pratt, George Revelstoko
. Pllson,  John Revelstoke
Prior,  Edward Revelstoko
Profit,   James Revelstoko
Pueblo,   Bernard Revelstoke
Puller,   Edgar Revelstoke
Pullinger, Albert Revelstoko
Pullingcr,   Septimns   Revo'toko
Pullen,   Frederick Rovelstoke
Ramsny, Peter C. Revelstoke
Raylield,  Jno.  Wm.  Revelstoko
Rea,  Walt Revelstoko
Rear,  Chas.  H. Revelstoko
Read,  John Revelstoko
Reader,   Jns.  H. Revelstoko
Reddle,  Roy Camborne
Roes,- Richard Revelstoke
Reid,  James Revelstoke
Read,   Jam.s Rovelstoke
Reid,  Robt.  A. Revelstoko
Reiiaud, Aimi Glacier
Rbnilc,   Edward Goldlields
Robb,  William Beaton
Roberts, Geo. W. Revelstoke
Robertson, Jno.  K.    Rcve'toke
Robertson,   Peter Revelstoke
Robertson,  Robt. Revelstoko
Robinson, T. Revelstoko
Robinson, Hen.  Jas.    Rev'toke
Robinson,  Gabriel Rcve'toke
Robinson,  Geo. Revelstoke
Roller,  Geo. Ed. Revelstoke
Roseberg,  F. Revelstoko
Ross, Alexander St.   Leon
Ross,   S.  P. Revelstoke
Ross,   Robert Comaplix
Roy,  Ernest U. Revelstoke
Roys,   Lars Revelstoko
Sambo,  Nick Revelstoke
Samson, John Revelstoke
Sanderson,  Robt.  H.   Rev'toke
Sandham, W. A. Camborne
Schwartz,  Arthur Revelstoke
Scott,   Richard Rovelstoke
Scott,  James Revelstoko
Scott,   James Revelstoko
Seaman,  Wm.  H. Revelstoke
Serson, Jacob Revelstoko
Soriano, Arcangolo RevelBtoke
Scrrogiotto, Angelo     Rev'toke
Shaw,  Wm. Arrowhead
Short,  John  II. Revelstoke
Smith,   John  J. Revelstoko
Smith,   Wm.  H. Revelstoko
Smith,   Robt.  G. Revelstoko
Smith, Norman A. Revelstoko
Smith,  Winton Arrowhead
Smith,   James Revelstoko
Smith, Alf.  W. Rovelstoke
Smith, Wm. Henry Revelstoke
Snell,  James Rjvelstoke
Spearn,  Wm. Revelstoko
Starkey, B. B. Comaplix
Stanley, Hcreward F.        Rev.'
Steele,   Alfred Revelstoke
Stevens,  Raymond Revelstoko
Stevenson,  Thos. Revelstoke
Stevenson,  Alex. Revelstoko
Stevenson, Thos. Revelstoko
Stinehour, Kinderson E Stlje'n
Stormont, Wm. Revolstoke
Strangway, Regin. Camborne
Strnngwnrd,   Wm. L.   Rev'toke
Sutherland, Olaf Rovolstoko
Sutton, Patrick Rovelstoke
Swindell,  Maynnrd Revelstoko
Taylor, Thos. Revelstoko
Taylor,   J.  H. Arrowhead
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19TH, 1910.
1*834.   Taj ler,  Edw'n Revelstoke
1837. Tetloek, Geo. ... Revelstoke
1813.   Tetloek,  John Glacier
1845.   Thibault,  J. D. Revelstoke
1847.   Thirkle,  John Revelstoke
1852. Thomson,  Archibald   Rcve'toke
1853. Thompson, Wm. Revelstoke
1858. Thompson, Gilbert Revelstoko
1864. Thorne, William G Arrowhead
18G6.   Thorndson,   Anton    Revelstoko
8G7.   Thorndson,  Jno.M.   Revelstoke
1871. Tomney,   John Revelstoke
1872. Toombs, Thos. Alex. Rev'toke
1874. Torrance, Wm. Revelstoko
1877-a Thompson, John Rovelstoke
1881. Truemnn, Howard Revelstoko
1883. Tudor, Chas. D. Rovolstoko
1886. Turner, Thos. Revelstoko
.1802.    Underwood,  Alb.  Hon. Rev'oke
1803. Unland,  Olivor E.     Revelstoko
1804. Unsworth, Jas. I'oter Rov'oko
1000. Varoney, Frank Revelstoko
1911. Walker, Wm, Ingram Rev'toko
1012. Walker, Claude M. Rovelstoke
191-3. Walker, Lefo Wm. Revelstoke
1914. Walker, Joseph Revelstoko
1015.   Walker,  Archibald  Welsh  Rev.'
1918. Walsh, Walter, E. Revelstoko
925. Warner, Frank Drake Rev'oke
1926.   Watchorn, John Camp    G
1027. Watson, William Revelstoko
1931. WatBon, Wm. E.H. KovelBtoke
1032.   WaterB,  Richard Revelstoko
1034.   Webb,  David Revelstoko
1030.   Wells, Patrick Revelstoko
1040.   Wells, Chas. H. Arrowhead
1048. Wbcaton, Frank P. Revelstoko
1949. Whctham, Jos. Shaw Kev'toke
1958.   Wilson, Thomas Revelstoke
1961. Wilson,  All.  Chas.    Revelstoko
1962. Wilson, John Revelstoko
10G8. Willis, Frederick Revelstoke
1970. Willis, Jno. Albert Revelstoko
1972. Williams, John Rovelstoke
1073'. Williamson, Wm. J. Rcvcl'toko
1075. Williamson, Her. J. Rev'toko
1977. Winder, Ernest Revelstoko
198*6. Wolfo, Garnet P. Revelstoko
1987. Wood, R. H. Revelstoko
1090.   Wood, Ike Revelstoko
1092. Woods,  Alfred Revelstoko
1093. Woods, Nelson Revelstoko
1905. Woodford, Chas. Arrowhead
20O2. Wright, Edward Revelstoke
2W3. Wright, Edmund M. Rev'toko
2005. Wrighlcy, David W. Revelstoko
2011. Young, James Revolstoke
2014.   Yuill,  Frederick         Revelstoke
The  following persons arc reported
duplicated on the  Register:
32.        Ainslie, I'atrick 0, Revelstoko
968.     Lavoie,  Joseph Revelstoke
1957.   Wilcox, Jno. Anthony  Rev'oke
Shilohb Gure
quickly stops conrfhsi   cures colds,  heals
thfl throat aad lunii.t.      -   -   •      23 cents.
A    «ft:     *;.,**
n. d. fv-
BRANO
BUCKSKIN
Clptli Shirt
-'..-Replaced  Free  of
' '     Charge to you
" "     '    if it Rips.
Your Dealer Sells Them
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for thc lsBtto of a duplicate Ccrtillcato of Titlo to Lot
12, Block G, Town of Re.'cls'.oke
(Map  636).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
it is my intention to issue r.t tha
expiration ol one month aftir tho
lirst publication hereof a dapllc.ito
of tho Certificate of Title t . lho
above mentioned lot in the name of
ThomaB J. Graham, which Ccrtifi.
catc is dated thc 25th of January,
1898,  and numbered 501K.
SAMUEL    RAE,
DiBtrict Registrar.
Land  Registry Ollice, Nelson,    ll. C .,
October 15th, 1910.
Messrs.  Huivcy,   MeCarter  Sc Co.,
Barristers,   Revelstoke.   U. C.
I aint no Literary Woman
But I DO KNOW SOAP.
rvejheard some wimen say soap
made their hands ruff.
They're either lazy or else they
don't use the rite soap.
My hands don't get ruff. In fact,
the kind I use makes 'em all smooth
and white.
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN NONYMOUS. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 19TH,  1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C
F.R. •
Mail or Telephone your orders.     Have  our Traveller
call.     Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order   too large or too
small for us to handle.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B. Hume S Co.. limited
Mining, Contractors, Campers  and  Tourist   Supplies.
All orders put up and parcelled by experts to insure
safe carrying and packing.
*
Dainty Groceries
Bovril in 2oz. at 40c, 4oz. at
75c, 20oz. * 1.25; and Johnson's Fluid Beef, 16oz. at %\.
Edam Holland Cream Cheese
at$l; McLaren's Cheese individual at 15c, small at 35c
medium at 55c and large at
$1.10. Ingersol Cream Cheese
at 20c and Ontario plain
cheese at 20c Groceries you
will delight in at this season.
Soups
Van Camp's Soup in Tomato
Ox Tail, Chicken, Vegetable
and Mock Turtle. Aylmer
Chicken Soup in 21b. cans,
make a dainty dish for quick
lunch.
Tea and Coffee
31bs. of our special Ceylon
Black Tea for $1. 31bs. of
our special Mocha and Java
Coffee for $1. These lines
are a special value, hence the
special price. They create
an appetite and satisfy the
taste. A full line of all the
best and richest teas and
coffees on the market.
Pickles
A large shipment of Crosse
& Blackwell's Pickles just
arrived direct from the maker, in Chow-Chow, Mixed,
Walnuts, Girkins, and White
Onions at 35c per bottle for
pints and 65c for quarts.
White Swan Pickles in assorted varieties at 35c a bottle.
Morton's pickles at 30c and
Rowat's at 25c Heinz sweet
mixed, sour mixed, gerkins,
chow-chow, white onions,
India relish. Lipton's pickles in chow-chow and mixed
Breakfast Foods
New and fresh. We buy
often to insure good, fresh
quality—Malta Vita. Puffed
Rice, Quaker Oats, Cream of
Wheat, Grape Nuts, Shredded Wheat Biscuits, Corn
Flakes, Rolled Oats in 81b.
sacks, Corn Meal in 101b.
sacks, Wheat Granules in 61b
sacks, Carnation wheat flakes
packages  and bulk, and
in
Pettijohn's Breakfast Gem.
Fancy (ia
Seo our table of Royal Doul-
ton ware as you enter the
elevator. Opening up now
3 crates fancy Japanese ware
in any article you want.
Watch for our table of cups
and saucers on Saturday.
Ladies Suits
Swell ladies and misses suits
are not usually stocked but
this year we have taken a
chance on an extra nice lot.
One tailored suit may look
like another, but if you look
closely at this line you will
find the cloths reliable and
the so-called little points are
skilfully tailored.   At only-
$15.00
Plaid Fabrics
Imported plaid fabrics for
children's wear, Scotchy effects. Will make up into the
prettiest and most durable
little frocks, at per yard
60 cents
Rich Furs
A real joy just to look at
them. The enormous muffs
with the trick of showing
the entire skins with numerous dangling heads and tails.
Just now a special in Marabout Ruffs at
$10.00
A clearance of our fancy umbrellas for ladies. They are
a swell lot with Mission handles, Ivory handles. Pearl and
Metal handles, and most with
silk tops. You reap a bargain in these with one-third
off the price. Thus a $5.50
one selling now for
$3.75
Pin Cushion Forms
20 cents
Shot Silks
The women who go out now
not necessarily to buy at once
but to find out what she
wants to buy, will do well to
visit "Hume's," the place to
study the new styles and colorings. Each day brings its
new quota of goods. Take a
special look at the line of
shot silks. Regular 85c goods
we are selling at
50 cents
Princess (oats
How the ladies have admired and bought the coats.
Already you hear them remarked. We have several
instances where a lady purchasing one has been the
meansof bringing her friends
in to buy these coats. A new
lot on show
$15 to $20
Flannel lime
Autumn on the calender and
in the air—Flannel time. All
our purchases of Flannels
and Flannelettes this year
are direct from the mills in
Britain and Germany, all Old
Country goods, dependable
quantities. This line full
yard wide English flannelette
splendid colors at
20 cents
"Varmeta" — Watson's unshrinkable underwear for the
Ladies. Knit-to-flt, shaped,
all wool, soft as eiderdown,
will not irritate the skin.
Fully scoured and ready to
use. Either vests or drawers
32 to 42.   Per garment
$1.25
"Bestyette," — High-grade
soft fleecy undergarments for
Ladies. Absolutely will not
shrink. For those who cannot wear all wool this is the
ideal garment. All sizes 32
to 42, vests or drawers
50c. a garment
Children's natural wool fleece
lined, button fronts, high
neck, ankle length drawers;
drawers and vest to match,
All sizes at
50c. to 65c.
Children's plush lined sleepers with feet, buttoned front
high neck, buttoned cuffs, all
sizes, at per suit
75c.
A swell line of Women's
boots in the new button and
lace features. We control
both the J. & T. Bell and the
Regal shoe for women in the
city.
A neat, nobby, gun metal
boot, Cuban heel, newest last
either lace or button at*5.00.
A small neat boot in patent
with the new high top. short
vamp, mat kid top at $5.00.
A new Regal model in a patent button boot, plain toe,
Cuban heel, medium sole,
neat and dressy.   Price $5 00
Consult us before you buy
shoes. Anything in Men's
Women's or Children's shoes
AreYourfeetSore?
Do you know that most sore
feet are caused by weak or
broken arches or insteps. We
have the one support that
will really relieve and cure
you.
Scholls' Arch Supports -Try
them. Call and we will be
delighted to show them to
you.
Tri-Spring -Men's or Women's, genuine German silver
at $3.50 per pair.
The Foot-Eazer—Men's or
Women's, all sizes, S2.00 per
pair.
Dr. Hall's Foot Rest Men's
or Women's, all sizes, •?2 00
per pair.
Men's Hats
Have you seen the new ones?
Those nobby Alpine Fedora
in th« rough felt or plush.
We have them in all the new
shades, and they are made
by "Christy's.'' Ask to see
them or watch our windows.
$1.50 to $3.50
Patent Leather Belts
75 cents
Sweater (oats
Our line is unusually complete, both from point, style
and color. We can show you
a good serviceable Man's
coat in grey or brown
$2.00
Fancy patterns in brown, tan
blue, maroon, and different
shades of green. All with
new   up-to-date    trimmings
$3 to $5
The new coat has a high
close-fitting collar.either button or turn down in all the
above shades.   Prices
$5.50 and $3.75
20th (entury
We are showing a full line
of this famous brand in all
the new fabrics and styles.
If you have never worn 20th
Century Clothing call and
look these coats over. If
you are familiar with the
brand the new styles and
cloths will surely interest
you. We have all the new
and staple patterns in any
of the up-to-date styles, from
the nobby little topper to the
ulster as shown in cut. We
guarantee the workmamhip.
Prices from
$18 to $30
Jager   Vests from
$4 to $6.50.
For the convenience of shoppers in the Dry Goods, Millinery
and House Furnishing Departments, Second Floor, we have
the best and safest passenger
elevator that money could buy.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
Ladies' ami Children's Ready-
to-wear Department 2nd Floor.
This season nw have a magnificent line of LwUies' Long Coats,
the new "Prinwss" coats with
long roll shawl collars. Prices
are around 115 and $20.
mow* Pag* I
THE MAILHERALDREVELSTOKE, B C
WEDNESDAY, OCT.  ISTH,  1910.
NEW FALL STOCK
Dress Goods
Tweed effect, heavy weight, just what
you require for winter.   Selling Price 40c.
Plain Cloths, 40 inches wide, selling at
35c.
Sweater Coats
Women's Sweater Coats, length 30
inches, in brown, grey, navy, cardinal
and white.   Price—$8.00.
Children's Sweater Coats, ages 2 to IG
years.    Price $1.00 up.
Mens Shoes
We carry a large stock of Shoes, heav.,
suitable for Fall wear,   a  large range of
sizes.
Underwear
For women at popular prices, close fitting, elastic ribbed, vest and drawers --
75c. per suit.
Women's natural wool, $2.00 per suit.
Women's Hosiery
Wool Cashmere, in black. Sale Price
25c. per pair.
Fall Millinery
New models arriving by express. Come
in and inspect our display, and if you
purchase a hat here you can depend upon
it being the latest.
Ht'liool.
Act 2.— The same. Bullock Major
lakes a hand, "Apples or Buckles." That Idiot BUBan." Btub-
bet demands justice. Thc arrest.
Act ',.—"Shares going up." The rat
hunt and the tug-ol-war. Separation and the workhouse. "Freddy's
Archibald " All's well that ends
we'l."
The plan is now open at C. R.
Macdonald's drug store, where seats
may be reserved at. the usual price—
75 cents. General  admission  50c,
children 25c.
Matinee Saturday
I Kor the benefit ol the women and
children who cannot attend the evening performances, there will he u
matinee on Saturday afternoon at
three o'clock The programme will
be the sgmo as Thursday night, "The
British Navy." "Wild Birds," "Zoological Gardens," "On the Riviera."
All beautifully photographed and educational. Children live years or
under free.     Bring the babies.
REID C8b YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A number of local nimrods have
been out this week in diflcrent localities after came of all kinds, and re
port more or less good sport.
Friday. October .'1st, is the    Anniversary ol the great  victory  of    Admiral  Lord  Nelson at Trafalgar, resulting    in    the death ol  England's
itest hero.
"Dr. Candy's New Hoy." by the
Amateur Dramatic Olub is the dramatic feature this week at tbc Edison, and will be Btaged on Fridny,
October 21st.
Remember the Hallowen Dance in
Selkirk Hall under the auspices ol
the L. A. uf D. H. T., Monday, Oct.
31st. Ladies' tickets 50c, gent's
tickets $1.00 td
Mr. and Mrs. O. Clark and family
wish to express their appreciation
ol sympathy in the loss ol their son
Walley Clark .late of Revelstoke)
Irom all trlends.
The four line trains containing the
American Hankers who have just
been in convention, passed through
here on Monday morning en route
for tbe east.
The Empress ol Ireland has broken all records lor the Canadian route
her actual steaming time from Rim-
ouski l the Mersey being live days,
twelve hours an.l ten minutes.
J.  Keveb      was charged  yesterday
• *•'   re thi J     Police     Magistrate
against morality. He
committed    tor trial.     W,    I.
Briggs ; n Bee .t-.ng.
A Ivi Lon Ion,   Hug*,   sl *;■
• a ■ -i.j to th<  Boclety for the
tg •   «     ol     the g ispel $34,1	
"?en receiv.*                      B to   the
appeal I thi church In western Canada.
Tl.e local Camp     Mountain    View.
C.   W.   ".   Vi.,   nr.'   holding  n       pro
gn --.•.- iiir.ee in the
-■ I) rk    Hall    on Wedm --.lay.      Ott.
I    p.    m..
Citj Is to be eummend
tivity  In    trying      to
m     mud,       and
I  ne   in       that
direr! irge quantity  of    mud
bavin.-
S   Nee lh im and G   11. Brock, .
•   ;ii tments,
.   ii: ■: ■   :,.-   i .       .-.tt .-nl
■    •      I tht      B. O.
i ■  .
J .-,tcr-
.nd today.
Forei
• : dam Ioi    -u. th, Kerry     and
■    -    : '
■ . end the
i        ttlon ot i tne t  n
A .    ■    :r
-
ue. '••■• * th school del ated the
publi* it  the Mt Ket   •■   * •
p .nd.- nth a bcow ol 6-». A large
numba    ' •• *    -1    the
game. The high school are now
the champions lor tl e year.
Moving  PiottUM  to-night.
The British Navy
Among the splendid pictures to bc
shown at the Edison Theatre tomorrow (Thursday) and Saturday
nights, with a special matinee Satur
day, is the picture of the flower of
the British Navy, also Wild Birds
in their Natural Haunts, the Berlin
Zoological Gardens, On the Riviera,
etc. None    should miss these  pic
tures.
Business ! cais
A few pears left, small but good.—
per lb.  10c, at Mclutyre's
Colcl Creams, the best manes, all
sizes, at Macdonald's drug store.
Mclntyre's are ofTering Al eggs the
shipment just in is better thnn usual
Just received, a shipment of ladles
dress skirts, latest styles.—-Mrs. A.
tl. Crick.
We       hnve    beautiful    samples    of
Xmas  Cards on  hand,  if you      wish
any printed leave your orders      and
address     at Macdonald's drug store,
from now on till  Christmas.
FOUND—A Purse,  containing     small
amount  of     money.   Owner      may
hnve    same by paying for this advertisement    ami  proving  property.
Mail- Heral  Ollice
LOST—Pearl     set   wishbone brooch,
Saturday on Third street, east.    A
reward will be given on     returning
same  to  His*   F.  Hooley. 2t.
LOST—A Orescent Broach on Second
street. between McArthur avenue
and the Oddfellows' Hall. Finder
Will receive reward of $1.(X1 on returning to  the Mall-Herald Otlice.
WANTED—Smart waitress for      the
» Hotel   Okanagnn,  Armstrong.      Apply,  stating wages to Whiting  nnd
Rogers,  Armstrong, 11.  C.
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 not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AM)  COFFEE
We have a full -Ltock of ihe leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. i'or $1 as a special.
A. KOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
1. D. I. Notice
Members of L. 0. 1... 1658, are requested to" attend the regular meeting on Friday evening, Oct. 2-lst, as
business of importance will come
before  the meeting.
H. HcKINNEY,
Rec.  Secretary.
Card ai liianks
Insurance
Is one of the  most import'
ant item-, in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will   look  after   this  branch   of
the business for you.
K^ootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kiiicaid & Anderson
Revelstoke, B. C, Oct. 18, 1910.
To our patrons—I wish to con-
I vcy my heartfelt thanks for the
j liberal patronage I have received at
your hands during the past thirteen
years in which it has been my lot
jto conduct a place of amusement in
.this city, and as I am giving place
to Mr. F. C. Battler, an esteemed
entertainer, whom I heartily'recommend to our citizens as tbe Opera
House manager, and trust that you
will accord the same patronage to
Mr. Buttler as you have given me in
the past. Yours very truly,
B. TAPPING, Manager.
Come and hem   the orchestra      u*
tlie   l-M:s.,ii   Friday,   Ocl,        '     ',  *
Inl   'Rilsic for the   "New   Boj."
l't,    lit il  bi wl lift  game nl  the     a
ted  In a  win  tor  thc    [lent
House    Total     V.    M.    (      \
Hint's.   1882.       \   is a  ol  -"; '   pins.
(ir. Friday,  November   ;•
i peart)'a  celebrati :   * im ■ ;
'Night"  will  be produced  al
- on Theatrt
of experienced  players,   mcl iding  Wm
lYulo,   .Miss     Violet      P'.l.i
With a neb  an.l   •■
ment,     costumed     with  t
land corret i ness.     The
[preted by a *   il iperloi
and   should   appeal   to
goers
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An Elaborate Production
When   William   Yule,   Violet    Biddy,
and  their supporting     company      of
Shakespearean  players  appear    here,
at  the  Edison  Theatre,   November -4,
In  the ideal comedy "Twelfth Night"
theatre-goers  will  see  probably    the
most elaborate and     complete scenic
production ever handled on the local
Stage.      Manager 0. P. Walker      has
furnished    with     a lavish     hand an
menl     ifflcient to supply      i.\e
acts,     divided     into    sixteen scenes.
Every inch of scenery, every  piece of
furniture,  every  platform an.l    s'.age
■   Is carried by the company, to
gether  with special  lighting     elfecis.
.  has been imiit .specially
ry and can l>e readily
an*,   jta ..     Manager
■ i Icular m his instruc-
stage  carpenters  and
■  the scenery he     used in
town.
Claim Damages
i   18.-—The lirst action
it*-   [or   damages
■     ol     loss ol  i;fe  in th*'
R.   et
elklrl * in
■ been  entere I The
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*.  ihe train    was
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FINE FALL FURS
PRESCRIPTION
SUGGESTION
i*.* er; phys) id ial '■■■ ■;"■■ ui
preparation and focmul i for
oertaiit dlseasi - lhal he u««
exclusively. Our Store
equipped to t■■ iU. . sre •*! inj
pres. rli 'mu lhal tni. come In,
We matte s  ••] a laltj   ol tbu,
Bews Drug Store
Not Nun.ii nu, i
pany
The
I opening    bill     being  tbe
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pcei *.  leal  ri       A
Since the    i ■. ■ nt  i.i. i.i  ol     the
Fail term I
ii   ,   age      ait< n Innie     „t       tl,.
. ■ ool    I**'.    * "'iv     Increased,
which  points tn  the  growth ni    n
city and an ad i. I  lnt< re I   In    ed
■I. There is alio a maik.-.i lm
provomenl In the punctuality •,( the
pupils iiii I rogulai Ity nl attendance
Tho trttanl offlcoi h. be n kopt
busy enquiring uboul tha absentees,
an*i since ti..* beginning <.f the term
the regularity In attendance has
been very satisfactory through, il
the schools.
ihe New Boy at The Edison The Big Comedy Hit
■ ■ ■
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n     Theatre    -*r.     K:. ;   .
The pi»
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tions n
[ the beet.     |
levelstoki
..nu1 easl
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in   Candy, '.i.n, Pt Inctpal ol
tool      ii M   ['-in*
'•vii>     Roach w. M   i.n..
i    Do in nch
\in tii C.W, Gordon
II tlloclt  Major, s  pupil     R.H.Sawyei
Mi     Ittthber,    a farmet       *l   Donald
Itinnirk Mis     I)    M    I'.n.*
Nancy Roach,  Fein  Roach's
daughter   Mm. B,Crowe
Bllian    Minn  C.  Prater
\i*i i.--iir.   Candy's   drawing room,
"The  New   Hoy   .'  and  his  wife. The
New iioy's introduction    to    thu
Idil to see " Tlie New Boy"
at ihe Edison Theatre. Friday. Oct.
The big  comedy  hit   of the
,*■   , ,i.
Shi fob's Cure
quickly -.top* cough'
tho   throat un.l   lungs.
enres solos,   I,, „l
'IS contn.
1,IQ| OR   Al T.   I 'I I
lection  12)
riCI on
ih.- ' * ,t ti* ■ smbet  ii it,   up
ii   uni,!.*  to the Super
.in, inii nt   tit   provincial   l'i.lice  f..i     n
•ni nf the hotel lloenee to   wii
liquor   hy   i' tall   in   Hi''   ' "I''1     known
ii'i the Hotel Beaton, situated nl
Deal in, In the Proi Inco •■< Brll Ish
Oolnmbla.
Iinli'l   I'n,.   Illli   day  nl  Oct,   1910.
rOHN   A*  TIIKW,
Oct. It Nov. 17 Applicant,
. . * >*„ '**?.;■ ■
MISS JEANNE RUSSEL
EDISON
Theatre
FOR ONE WEEK
COMMENCING
Monday, Oct. 24
We have now the first of our showing of the
New Fall Furs and we will lie glad to show
them to you. Many lines of furs have advanced greatly in price, but you will find
these very reasonable and extra good quality.
Thev compri.se Persian Lamb, Alaska Sable,
Grey Squirrel, Black Oppossum, Mink
Marmot, etc., in neck pieces and ruffs.
Ami
The Jeanne Russel Co.
Western Canada's
Greatest Favorites
OPENING   RILL
ti
(He AMERICAN GIRL
)l
Full Scenic Production
An Excellent Caste of Twelve
Talented Players
POPULAR PRICES
75c. 50c, 25c.
i ; it al Mardonald's
Bruu Elore
CHILDREN'S FURS
Wc have a splendid lot of furs fcr thc little
tots, in Angora, Thibet and Coney, as well
as the imitation furs.
D. & A. CORSETS
We have just opened a new lot of this celebrated Corset in all the new Fall shapes and
sivle . These are ihe most up.to-date corsets on lhe market, combinit g all the good
points with a very reasonable price. The
new Self-Reducing Corset for stout ladies
has proved a great success. Vou will find
them very comfortable.
NEW FANCY WORK
Come in and see the new Cushion Tops,
Centres, Work Hags, etc. We have every
thing you will need for Fancy Work.
'.,  O   O.D        GOODS,
.¥fss Edith Wiiyley
South k rn unoton, I'ni .
Art  Master's Certificate
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MISS EDITH WRIGLEY
Care Mri  linden
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good Bread
— anil you should insist upon -getting the liest at all
times—get ours. Our reputation for good hread is not
the result of chance. Out customers are * ;.i i li. id that
ours is the most satisfactory lui'Hil they cun huy.
Try it ami you »i;l beoome a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our hreail.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
CHIVERS & SONS, Limited
CAMBRIDGE,   ENGLAND
JAMS!  JAMS!  JAMS!
71h. and 41b. tins, lib, glass jars.   New seasons goods inst
to hand sre lhe products ol tin- most modern and up-to-date
factories in world.   Have you tried them?   ll not, «h> not?
Prices no higher than Inferior makers,
John  Mclntyre  &  Son
H.B.K.
BRAND
Patent
.Riplf&VGloves
a>e Guari(nteed
NOT TO RIP
Yqur Dealer "Sells Them
Men's Fall Hats
We have just put In stock a large assortment
of Stetson, farter, Redmond, Pitt and
Headform Ilais in still's and softs. To sec
them is to buy one,   that is why we  want
\ .Hi lo look our .slock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meet thc
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
cuffs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING!
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