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Vol  16-No. 96
REVELSTOKE. B. C. DfcCEMBEK
$2.50 Per Year
FORESTRY COMMISSION
Important Recommeilation to
Govern lumbering
Victoria, Doc. 6.—The long-awaited
report ol the provincial forestry com
mission lnis been presented to the
government nn.l will form the basis
nf legislation t.. be inlroduced    next
sessu.li.
The commissioners, Fred    J.    Fulton, A. 3. Goodeve and A. ('. Flum-
i'i ielt have done their work In a very
[ thorough  manlier ami  have prepared
should be paid into a forest sinking
fund in the manner described by your
commissioners.
That by suitable changes in the cits
t.omR tariff, the utilization of low-
grade timber should be encouraged.
Murder at Comaplix
a series ol recommendations covering
YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW MANY SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS WE CAN SELL YOU UNTIL YOU VISIT OUR
STORE.
BRING IN THE WHOLE FAMILY AND SEE IF WE
HAVEN'T SOMETHING THAT WILL PLEASE EVERYONE OF THEM.
YOUR FRIENDS WILL APPRECIATE SOME USEPUL
SENSIBLE PRESENT SUCH AS WE CAN SELL YOU-
MUCH MORE THAN A FANCY TRIFLE THAT WILL
SOON BE WORTHLESS.
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR A FEW OF THE BARGAINS THAT WE HAVE DISPLAYED ON OUR SHOW
TABLES INSIDE.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Office-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00 fjj
5 ^30,000.00 '
5,500,^00.00
Brnnchc* ar Agents at all principal points in 'Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United Htatfi—London, England,
Lloydl Bank, I.iinite.1. Chicago—First National Bunk, Corn Kx-
OhangeNational Hunk. Scuttle -SpittleNational Bink, San Francisco — ftYlls Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
Nation.il Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rat-e from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
X
mas
Poultry
GET YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY
Turkeys
Ducks       Geese
Chicken
p. ^urns & Company. <£td.
Ladies' American Blouses
Latest New York Patterns
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOORS BAIT OK BDISON THEATRE
every phase ..[ the problem. They
I wen' appointed in July, l'.i'*'.l, since
which t imi' they have examined over
100 witnesses besides consulting with
recognized forestry experts ..f tho
United Stnti's ns well ns Canada.
Their work has also led them to ex-
nminc tlie forestry laws of various
countries ami Irom these, especially
fr.im Germany, they have gathered,
ninny valuable hints.
Following is a synopsis of recom-
nvnilatiotis:
That a complete cruise of all crown
grant timber lands should be iniule
hy the government; that in future the
department of forests should co-opcr-
ate with the assessors; and that an
annual return should be made of the
valuation of alf such timber lands.
That as far as possible timber
leaseholds should be placed, upon re-
newal, upon a parity with licensed
timber lands, and that they should
be subject to the same forest regulations.
That the rate of rental and of
loyalty upon special license should at
no time be lixeil in advance for more
than one calendar year.
Thattho land act be amended so as
to empower the government to grant
the right of cutting sawmill timber
to pulp leasees and that a new torm
of license be provided for this purpose in the manner described by your
commissioners.
That the same form of license as
that provided for pulp lessees be issued to holders of tan bark leases
who may desire to cut mill timber
upon their leaseholds.
That the present reserve upon unalienated timber land be continued
Indefinitely, and that when special
circumstances necessitate the opening
of any portion of this reserve for im
mediate operations licenses to cut
timber there.,n should be put up to
public competition, upon a stumping
basis.
That licenses to cut timber upon
fractional areas adjoining or surrounding leased or licensed timber
lands should be put up to public com
petition an.l that a fractional area
he defined with great care in the
wording of the land act.
That the record of every cruise and
survey mude by the government in
timbered areas should be accompanied by a report concerning the suitability of the land for agricultural
purposes, that the power to compel
licenses to cut and remove timber
from good land be retained an.l that
at the time of renewal the same provision be inserted in every timber
lease.
That the issue of handlogiring licenses be discontinued.
Thnt no divided interest in a special  timber licenses  be recognized.
That for the convenience of holders
i .tie day be fixed each month for the
renewal of all licenses expiring in
that month.
That royalty be collected      on all
merchantable    timber    not    removed
(from crown  Inn Is  in  the course      of
logging operationi.
That operators be required to dis-
poie ol debris,
That the protect mn ol forests from
i fires be undertaken by the government through the agency of a permanent forest organization upon the
Tines of tbe Ni.rtlm. .* t   Mounted  Po-
Mice,  an.l  that   it  be compulsory   for
, all ablebodled citizens to assist     in
work whon rallo.l upon.
Thai the est ol lire protection be
shared      between    the     government
-i impage holders in the manner pro-
I by y.iin* commissioners.
That   the      provincial    government
(hould n Mj.erate with the dominion
'railway commission;  that, a vigilant
patrol of nil  railway  linos anil      in-
* t ion of locomotives should bc established;  nn.l  thut all  railway con-
* tion  should  be supervised      by
provincial forestry officials.
That si„'Ci!il licensees Bhould l.o instructed to procoed with the survey
of their holdings; nnd thnt. all such
surveys should be completed not. Inter ehnn December 31, 1918.
Thnt  nil li lUld be      re-
i   to make   periodical   returns
rning their operations to     the
forestry    officials    ln    their district;
nn.l   thnt   tho collection of informn-
diould bo undertaken upon much
wider linos than hitherto.
That   the   governmenl should nlso
.-I with the establishment of n
*!* i'lirtinent of torcst.
That royalties upon crown timber
BRITISH [LECTIONS
Standing of the Parties up to
Yesterday
London,    Dec.    (',.—When  the    polls
arrowhead,     Dec.  6.—Fanny
Clair of Comaplix,  a     small      town/ltt>'s' v"u"« '"  *e election  here the
eight  mill's  from  here  on  the  north-'s,rt,v'lin«  "r  tlu'  Parties  wns    as  fol-
west arm of upper Arrow lake,    was
found  yesterday  morning lying in    a
pool of blood in her kitchen.        She.
had evidently boon  brutally murdered i
by some unknown person.
Her throat was cut from oar     to
nu   with a carving knife, which was
left lying on her breast.     The room
showed  evidences of her struggle   to.
defend herself.
Canadian Victory
London, Dec. I',.—Sir d. Lawrence
pays a remarkable tribute to W. A.
Aitken,   the young  Canadian  million-
'lows
!   Unionists, 115.     Government coalitions:  Liberals,  K7;  Labor    11;      Nationalists,   IC -total  117,
The vote cast so far stnn.ls:
Unionist  (144,.113
Government  70!l,-073
Lord Liinsdowne, speaking nl Car
dill, said thoy had no reason to com
plain of the results. They hnd won
throe  seats   the   lirst   day  nnd     mndo
a considerable impression on adverse
majorities in parts of the country
wnero their opponents thought they
were having it all their own way.
Whatever might, bc in store during
^^^^^^^ the next few days, it was Inconcetv-
aire, who won Ashton-under-Lyne for ai,i.e that the government will get out
the Unionists. Ashton is only seven ()f ,i,e election with an amount of
miles from Manchester and the bulk support sufficient to give Ihem the
of the electors are cotton operatives. 'B
They were won over solely    and en
tirely, says Lawrence,  on pure milk,
strength and  authority which      they
would  require to carry    through      a
great constitutional revolution.
of  tariff reform  and  colonial  prefer- |    Joe Martln has hopn retumed after
once often repeated    in    the      short a hard  fight as liberal  member
speeches,  terse    and   sincere,   of  this   Bast St. Pam
New Brunswicker.  "They call for it1
for
he said,  "and
they get it."
won't  be  happy    till
Easy Escape
New     Westminster,  Dec.  B.—Jame.
ncras.
Return Attraction
When a theatrical company can return to a town a'fter an absence of
only  six  weeks ami  draw the   houses
  Which  tha  Jeanne      Russell company
Cunningham and James Wilson, pris-  are drawing at the new Edison The-
oners  in  the  provincial  jail,  escaped   atre,  it advertises  them in a
from that institution  yesterday even
ing and are still at large.
The men were     exercising in      the
jail yard about four o'clock with    a
number of other prisoners,  and wat-
way
which the best art of theadvertising
genuis cannot equal..
On Monday night they played "In
Missouri" to, if the laughter which
continually greeted them can be tak-
ching their opportunity,  climbed the en as a sign—a highly     appreciative
high wall with the aid of the    gra)- audience.     W. Lee Brandon as    Jim
ings on the window.     When seen hy Rndburn, and Miss Linilc Palmer as
a guard the men were dropping     on Kate,   being particularly  deserving of
the outside of the     wall.   The guard praise in this play,
gave the alarm and     watched      the
men
them
1 i
il
lisappear.      He  did  not  fire on
Masquerade Ball To-night
A very laughable farce entitled "A
Night in New York" was enacted on
Tuesday night and reflected credit
upon the whole compnny.
Oarl Oaldwell as Obadiah Dawson,
und Miss Pinkie Mullally as Mrs.
The Third Annual Masquerade Ball Robert Rachet, being especially good
under thc allspices of Fire Brigade in parts which to us appear to be
No. 1, takes place at the Opera especially adapted to them.
House tonight, the Grand March com ' Tonight (Wednesday) they are
mencing at 9 p.m. Everything has playing "Moths in Society" which is
been done to insure the success of <>ne of the best, if not the best so-
the affair, and the comfort of its ciety play, ever written, a dramatize
patrons. Many new innovations in tion of Otiida's most popular novel,
the scheme of decoration have been | Tomorrow (Thursday) night, they
introduced,   while  special      attention   close their engagement with a scream
has been paid to thc refreshments.
Although the ball is a masquerade
in the true sense of the word, yet
tlie fact that not being able to    se-
lingly funny farce comedy entitled
"The Smooth Mr.  Slick" and as    it
'is highly probable that thc house
will  be  packed  to  standing capacity
cure costumes need not in any way c,n this night, it would be well to
deter those people from attending, book your seats early ai Macdonald's
although masks must be worn.       It drug store.
is hoped that Revelstoke will attend i The specialties rendered between
en masse and by their numbers make acts by Miss Lucile Palmer and
the ball a success sodally and fin- Miss Pinkie Mullally, greatly enhance
ancially. j t'ie attractions this company  offer.
The Revelstoke City Hand and the | On Thursday Miss Palmer will sing
Revelstoke Orchestra will furnish the "Every Little Movement" from
music and dancers as well as specta- ."Madame Sherry" and "For You,"
tors will have an opportunity of vot and it might be mentioned in passing
ing for thc best costumes, special that to hear Miss Palmer sing those
ballot cards being provided for   that  songs is alone     worth the price     of
purpose. In thanking the public for
their assistance in the past, Fire
Brigade No. 1 again asks their pat-
lonagc. Tickets arc $1.50 a couple,
extra lady ."He. The prizes aro
handsome and worth trying for,
while special features In kaleidoscopic color olfects from a powerful nrr
electric Hood light will help to form
a novel attraction, the costumes being illuminated
striking effect.
admission. Miss Pinkie Mullally
will also sing between acts, her spec
ialtics being popular songs.
Hunting by Aeroplane
Sun     Francisco,     Doe.  6.—Hubert
Latham,  tho French avaltor  who has
arrived to participate in the moot to
be held here next month, offers      to
witl,    Pretty nml; w(lK(,r p.|c|||| )hii| he cnn    bag     an
antelope Irom his monoplane.      The
ilea of huul ing big game with a Hying mnrhine came to him  in    Baltimore,   Latliuin  said   lasl.  night.   While
^^^^^^^^^^^^ tho   there,  I"' says  that several  timcH ho
inini.'nt romantic and tragic actor—'fired a rev..Ivor at a target while
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE—I take coursing through the air. Though he
pleasure In announcing that Mr.
Snnfopil Dodge and li ih splendid com-
II Dramatic Treat
Coming   Mr.   Siinford   Dodge,
pally will soon appear  at my  theatre
They   Come   here   highly   recommended
failed I.i hit lho target, the notion
occurred to him that he mighl lie able
to kill a deer or antelope with a title
Now thnt ho Is tn thc west,  Latham
Money lost on Pictures
by the press nnd public, and by all says he Is anxious to test his theory
theatrical managers in the cities
where thoy have previously appeared
The plays which Mr. Dodge presents
nre of highest qunlity and such attractions should be encouraged, In
order that, we mny have more of the
same kind. In order that all ediicat
el, cultured nml Intelligent pooplo
may attend with the assurance that
j they will not he disappointed, 1. here
by GUARANTEE thai this attraction will  he as represented in     overy
particular or money will BE refunded.       Signed,   F. 8.   Butler,
Manager  at    Itevelstoke.      N.B.—Mr
Dodge     will     appear   here In
Gladiator" nnd  "Faust."
A loss of fully $.10,WW will have to
be pocketed by the concern that pur-
chased the moving picture rights of
thc Johnson Jeffries fight. The total
receipts from the four months' exhibition ol the pictures in the United
States, Canada, England nn.l Australia have boon approximately $210,-
(ili, where ns lho company paid l'H',<l,-
000 for exclusive rights alone, which,
with other expenses will probably run
pjj'jtho total close to $;tnO,iiO(i. The pie-
' Hires nre imw practically dead ones,
and arc shown only in small places,
Don't forget where you enn      find
photographs  In  books  of  Revelstoko.
Special Christmas calendars of Revolstoke and nlco view cards all boxed for sending away at Macdonuld's
drug store. -   ■  ; —;
cr
Seasonable
Groceries
New RaUins, Currants, feels, Shelled Al-
monds, Walnuts, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Dried
and Evaporated Fruits, Canned Fruits,
Canned Vegetables, Asparagus Tips, French
Peas, Mushrooms, Wagstaffes and Kootenay Jams and Jellies, Mince Meat, Ontario
and California Honey, No. i Apples, Spies,
Greening, Baldwin, Warner and other good
varieties, Ca ifornia and Japanese Oranges,
Lemons, Almeria Grapes, Cranberries, Ashcroft Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes,  Celery,  etc.
CANDY Webbs',Cadbury's, McCormick's,
Cowan's Chocolates and a large assortment
of Mixed Candies. Bon Boris, Xmas Stockings, Fancy Biscuits, etc.
New s'vles in Cut Glass, Dainty Silverware,
Carving Sets, Lamps, Flectric Goods,
Fancy China, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet
Sets, everything in Cooking utensils, Roasters, Jelly and Cake Tins, Patty Pans, etc.
Our Store is full. Do your Xmas shopping
here. We have the Goods, and will try
and please you.
Bourne Bros.
Groceries,    Hardware.   Flour and^Feed
ts. a
Time to be Sending Your Xmas
Gifts Back Home
Come and see our
store, our stock and
our prices. We have
a line of goods, suitable for Father, Husband, Brother.or Lover
McRAE MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED
Meo's and Boys' Outfitter
Choice
Juicy
Meats
We deliver nothing but the choicest ol
Heel, I'ork and Mutton to our numerous customers. (ince we gel the 0[ portunity to serve
you with our goods we have a satisfied customer always.
Krc-li Fish and Coast sealed Oysters delivered daily.
Home Fed Turkeys, Chicken and Ducks'
Ircfh nrriv.il- daily.
Creamery and Dairy Butter, Fresh Eggs,
Premier Hams and Hncon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Phono 251
P. O. BOX 181
Olir choice of Christmas hooks, new
fiction and lienittllully pad''0'1 POflU,
Is the best wc have ever had. Come
nml examine them at Macdonald'*
drug etore. ' 1"
•Success in Xmas faking
Depend***, largely nn the qunlity ol the ingredients,
dur Stock Includa!
CURRANTS   Double  cleaned   nn.l guamnteed
not crashed, \ 1 quality.
MOLA88E8 -In pint or quart eealere, genuine
New Orleani, ol good flavor, heavy ami rich
EQQ8   In "ih case egR». reliable, 4iic. per dozen.
Our Xmas Fruita well eelocted.   Satisfaction Quaranl
John ftlc+9ntyre a Son
Phone No, 03 P»je
THE  ayCJLTL-TTEPi^.LD, nET"-i:'LSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  DEO. 7'i'll, llilil.
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SATURDAY   AT
R      ELSTOKE. B.   0.
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Limited
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Incl . .    *    * England,   Unit
ed State- nnd Canada.
By the year ubrough postofflce) ?2.50
JOB PRINTING promptly executed
at reasonable rates.
TERMs—Cash. Subscriptions payable in advance.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Legal notices 10 cents per line first
inserti , I cents per line eui-h
. i| . [uent insertion. Measurements Nonpar iei (12 lines mako
i :it inch.) Store and general
iess announcements i'i.be pel
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b.rlbs, Marriage**, and Deaths, 50c
eucli  .;.*  rti  D,
Land notices -K.iu. All advertisements subject to tbe approval ol
the management, Wanted und
Condensed Advertisements : —
Agent.- Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uations wanted, Situations Vacant, TeacherB Wanted, Mechanics
,ia::* 25 words or less, iitv.,
each additional line 10 cents.
Changes in standing advertisements mist be in by !) a. m.
Tues lay and Friday of each week
to secure good display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters of public interest. Communications to Editor must be
accompanied by name ol writer
not necessarily lor publication,
bttt as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence  should  be  brief.
WE ARE THE AGENTS
FOR BANFF HARD COAL
Nut size, per ton  $9 00
Stove sizo, per ton  10 -">
Err size, per ton  10 25
Broken size,  per ton               10 25
WellitiRton Soft Coal, per ton                 11 00
Briquettes, per ton                         8 25
Mixed Cordwood, per cord 7 00
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   ANU   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
HARVEY,  McCARTER
AND  PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc,
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.    C,     and
Cranbrook, B.  C.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M, Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
WILLIAM I. BRIGGS,
fearrister,  Solicitor, Etc.
Solicitors   for:—The    Canadian Bank
ol Commerce, The Molsons Bunk,
Etc.
FIRST STREET   -    Revelstoke, B.C.
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELSTOKE.
er has been feeding his birds on poppy seeds which bus the ollectof causing the eggs to . oiitiiin n potent
drug giving effects the same ns over
Indulgence in liquor. Customers
who havo bought these eggs tell ..(
the oxhlllaratlng effect* alter having
iniiii tlu'in. Tins opens n new Held
in poultry breeding und may be ..f
Interest to our local poultry men.
At nny rate, tbo mattei would be
difficult im- the local optlonists to
handle, as they could not prevent
hotels from selling eggs!
It is to i"' hoped tlml next year
the new i-iiy council will take up
the matter of tbo single mx In Revelstoko and exempt all Improvements. At the present tlma there
is absolutely no encouragement to
build ini.l Improve the city by thai
menus. In Vancouver the experiment has worked out exceedingly
WCH nn.l reports show that the
people are well sutistii'.l with the
system, with n few exceptions, the
only complaints being from the owners of several vacant lots. The
building ret urns too have greatly m
creased. There is iio tens..il why
tne Bingle tax system should not be
adopted in Revelstoke to great advantage and encourage building and
improvement of the city. It would
nlso make more apparent the injustice by which the holder of a
vacant lot, collecting garbage and
salmon cans and other refuse, to the
detriment of the neighborhood grows
rich i.y tho Improvements Inaugurated by bis more progressive an.l put
riotic neighbors.
MRS.   HERMANN   McKINNEY
Teacher ol Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupils  prepared Ior Toronto  Conservatory  ol    Music.       Local  examinations.
STUDIO: SECOND  STREET.
V.    H.    WALLACE,
ARCHITECT
Box 282, Revelstoke,B.C.
Plar.s and Specifications prepar-
. : I r ail classes of buildings,
Etc. DraughMig and Blue Print
ing
Zbc flftaillbetatt)
business nml agrees with himself
ilial he wauls a change, ns if n
change was nn infallible remedy lor
ail .is. tin,- cannot help being u
Intl.' suspicious i.i men win. are so
.'.,,"1 thai they are clamoring for ibe
Simple Gospel i.. servo Mammon for
m\ lays in tlie week 1111*1 then listen
tu n little quiet sermon on Sunday,
Tne simile is only too patent! If the
citizens retrain from taking an active
interest In clean polities and do not
support their men when they are
elect.-.1 nnd who do the best thoy
enn ior ilie community, thoy are responsible tor the evils which wreck a
city. In too ninny cases does a
city council suffer for the wrong doings <»f others and few civic officials
there are, after having served a term
111 the Council that can really say that
1.iey have public opinion backing
them up. Either all our city councils are (lie biggest puck ot mnihlle-
li a.:s aiid Ignoramouses, as they never s imh to please the public who put
llieni int.. ollice, or else the public
arc inconsistent  nnl     fickle. The
public is tickle an.l most oaslly sway
..I. while conclusions are jumped at
when the spark of sectional dissent-
ion  ignites  the charge.
Wo wonder how many mayors and
aldermen in Itevelstoke have really
come up to ihe expectations uf the
public after being elected; we venture
10 say not one, and there never will
lie. Unjust accusations burled at
the bend of city administrations
s.Mills 10 be lbe proper thing in tbe
mind  of  a  deluded  public.      Why   can
11 "t a community have a muni of its
own and speak it truthfully.
Moral by Legislation
"Life," Hint caustic critic of the
hypocritical and Irrational, discuss
ing Prohibition and k indeed crusades in the direction of attempting
what has been proven 111 practice to
he Impossible—tho making of men
moral by legislation—says: "Do not
those Illogical und Intemperate enthusiasts realise that there has never
been worse discredit brought on the
Christian religion than by men who
have used, or sought to use, the law
and Its apparatus to constrain their
fellows to bohavo in accordance with
their conception of the Galilean
standard? These big Protestant organizations of  the  Christ inn  Kmlcav-
r sort tend overmuch toward Puritanism. They seem In danger of forgetting religion In their zeal for prevention, which is an enormous mis-
lake. Voluntary righteousness bus
will be hind it uu I goes ahead, but
compulsory righteousness avails little nnd the necessary minimum of it
is quite 1 Hough."
sharp should a bai hi r make a razor
that wns left by a customer to bo
honed "' The old rule that a razor
un,ler such circumstances should bo
lix.'d to last two shaves and no
more was adopted for another year
with great enthusiasm.
ADVANCED    JOURNALISM.
It is  interesting to learn that    at
last the  public will hnve un     expert
opinion and description ol how    the
average  Immigrant  travels "ii      ins
way out   to Canada.     The papers at
tho  present  time nre full  of  the con
troversy going on as to tbe mannor
in which  Intending settlers  t" Cana
da are  treated, and  whatever      way
that may be, the general public oith
er 111  England  or In 1'ana.la ha.-  uev
er   been  able   to  know   just   what   t
truth is.     We bear ol accounts
what     Immigrants have suffered     at
tiie bands of steamship and     railway
companies,  which again  havi
denied  by   the  boat  tbe truth, a woll known     I.■•■
journalist  hns  been commissioned  by
tbe Standard ol Erai 1
('ana.la   and   desci
accommodation    pro\ *
etas     passengers
which   be   makes  the
special  mission  bi
to anyi ne 1       ■ ard.
The  result   ol
be eagerly awalti ar
1  b isl •* I       Ph
According to a  parliamentary  pap-   well
er the total number ol     . ■ ■■ In  transcont nente
K •;.-.'.   ::.   was      nt       the   ways.      IV
: 1    ■■ this  yeai   * " ' "17,    an  the trai
Increasi    ■'.   •   279 over the
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7TH,  1910.
1. imber  fi un I fault «
Christmas Shopping
The Mall-Herald bus always stron
ly advocated the patronage    and ui
building i.f local  Industries and    w
cinnot   Impress  tips  practice       more
strongly  on our readers than  at tbe
m  * io     *. ■'.*: "i the year.     W« ask
that  all   loyal  hearted    citizens  visit
,- ir local stores  to select   theii
, nis  for  Christmas.     11 11   m.i cl
li p..   made eai ly  preparal Ions      this
.   in ! tl *     ad
.   nt.i oinl
it 01
We
few
in    in
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tastes
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'.;"•■ n     Ireland
...-.-      ; og elect li
I      f or    a
efng dol
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and
«     lid  pi •::'!! -.
me of thi     presenl
.:  '    ,. fade.
handling ol      mim  '
to Canada
ways     '    •
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... ild     .
as been    establ
■   *       he *    * pedal
er 11*-"-  *■'  w.fe  ribnn-
nn    '    cl        abondonmenl    child
de ■;,* ■       '  ■ f children, tm-
an y ed love, a s| • ■■
BWsetheart*' quarrels and unimportant breach-o(-pr mtae suits. The
qoal ' r,,! • 5 •,' - ;bi* duties ol pro
ni.-'.ir • oOcet f this tribunal call (or
the wisdom . f Solomon, the diplomacy ' Disraeli and the patience of
Job,
We havi  I. ar 1 of thi    •■   Ibllity ol
a man  bell ■'■'  di unk    from
his  fence  rail   1 1   broken  .hair    leg,
hut th.   Iiite.-t  from   the  railed   -tm
$, idle us tbat o laign clnckcnruncb-
THE   KI'KI.I*:   pi F1LIC
■ii       in
bow
I Is generally ajat
a city 1
■ *  * ■
Ity.     m tho in t min iti
up iurd     . • .-     bo rest of thi    torj
and jump*-  to n probal ly     ei
■ nil the time • *
ri member whal hn hoi n going on
dui Ing the yeai, In ... del tn he able
to uy something, I le hoai ■
around the streel ..,1 nei, that
public ("rum, when* nil tho iu:- trans
actions take place,  and  lets bis fickle
mind bo .a-..-.i bj pin tslble talk,
nnd the suggested shoi 1 cun .. ol
tbt   uiUuiiiHlnitioii    jiuiun uul     ol
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II
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ages,     pa       ,    .    hi
I b'li   oil's
.nek
VI
Shfohs Cure
anicklv «ln|V. cOHghi,   enrrt cnldM,   henlf
19  throm uud  lunip. -   ■   ■   ib c*nt*.
Overseas Club
LIQUOR ACT 1910.
Section 49.
Nolice is hereby given thnt on the
third day ol January, l'.lll next, application will be made to the Super-
iutendentof Provincial Police for the
transfer of tho license for the sale of
liquor hy retail in and upon the
premises known ns the Criterion
Hotel, situate nt Oamborno, Uritish
Columbia, from Frnnk T. Abbey (ito
William  S.  Rennie.
Dated      Ibis   1st.  day  ..[    December,
llllll.
PRANK  T.  ABBEY,
Holder of  License.
W.  S.   RENNIE,
Applicant for Transfer,
Edison Theatre
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I5t8
Capital Paid Up
Reseive Fund
$4,0 0,000
&4 400,000
\ Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ali the Principal Cities of the World.
A OF.NLRAL BANKINO  BUSIH.FSn TRANSACTED
1 SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At nil Branohes.     Interest allowed at highest current rate
1    REBELS!
'KLST0KE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PFATT Manager.
ible-bodlcd      man
being    able    to
the     bond
peoples
[olds     of
of
now
thc
Thc latest     patriotic   organization
mi    tho     const  is a  branch of      the
"Overseas     Club"    which     has  been
launched      under     auspicious cii'ciiiu*
* tnnces.     Tho object 1 of the elub nre
To help one another.
'l'o  insist, on   the  vital   necessity       to
Hie   Empire  ol   British  supremacy
on  the sea.
'l'o  urge  on   every
the   necessity   ol
bear arms,
'l'o draw  together ii
comradeship    th
livitiK   ild.'i'     1 ,.*
Uritish  Bag.
RULES
No entrance fee of any kind
will be charged, nor will there be
any subscript i, 11. \ card of
membership will lie forwarded to
every British citizen who approves of the objects nnd who
sends bis address to the Organ
i/i'i, The Over-Seas (Tub, Carmelite House, I,on li n, K. ('., Eng-
lniid.
The club is stint ly non sectarian,
lion political, irrespective of class
mil distinction. The members creed
is:—"Believing tbe British Empire to
stand for justice, freedom, order,
an.l good government we pledge ourselves, ns citizens of the greatest
Empire in the world to maintain
the heritage ban ied down to us by
our  fathers."
Arrangements are being mude, we
understand, to form a brunch in
Revelstoke and all who are willing
io take tho matter in band and act
as local organizers and secretary, ar
as local organizer and secretary are
requested to communicate with the
head ollice of the club in London.
NOTICE   TO   THE   PUBLIC!
II iviiiL; purchased the business formerly carried nn by  Et,   A.
Spi \\\& wc ure pn pared i«> execute all orders promptly,
FRIDAY NIGHT. DEC. 9
ti
An Illustrated Travel Talk
Through
California
Bv Mr. F. W. Prince
1,000 Feet cf
Moving Pictur:s
275 Beautiful Hand-Painted Pictures
of Scenes in the Sovth
Mini sion, 50c.     Children, 25c
(limp qpnjval
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Bool ami Shoo Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
t-.ma nwa
..jb tKMarprji'7,7t^iMMtvmmMSirtvii'vartr'^yv
Hoops, Winoows, !eyin|s,
tc,
iiim;
5"J
Write for Prices to
Uevelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
Third Annual
Masquerade Ball
V       •     *
under auspices or
Fire Brigade No. I
ESDAV, DEC. 1,
OPERA HOUSE
War Against liiilette
"The     wind  is tempered for      the !
.-h**.n lamb," ic a deep and epigram-j
which   has  been  fully
*! imonstrati I 1        *** ek  In New York
when  in convention assembled,      the1
Protective associa-
ii cot I as      un-
alters :   now      and   forever
Vll citizens pos-
-i   Is were praised t..
al  evei ■      barber
•   ■■ ■ In tl   ir -hops
-   tb    m *■ tiai   price
... I   he
m  having  his  lunch
inch  place, :
I ed      blm-
waa     " How
Handsome   Prizes  for  Best
and most original costumes
Good Music! Refreshments!
Grand  March Starts at
9 p. m. Sharp
Come and see Revelstoke in
Gala attire.
Brilliant spectacle of color—fun
and charivari.
FOR SALE
Hay, Oats, Wheat,Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESOH & CO.
Uiiu'i, :    Cor.   McKcn ie Ave.
ami  Si:,.i\|. SI 1!LIT
I'lioNi;   73.
illCHISOrS WAREHOUSE
THIRD BTREET
v end Your Orders
To tbe undersigned for
Famous Gait Coal
UNION HOTEL
ABllO '■ IIKAIi, II. 0.
'pe.-inl At ten lion given  to  commercial
en   and   lourists.     First-class   sample
odiiih. fines! sc, ry in lirilieh Columbia, Overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
[ire, Life anii Accident Insurance
TIMER,   -   $1.50 Per Couple
Lady's Ticket. 50c.
Villi particulars ol select I.nil.linn
lots given upon application
Orders left  at  this  office   for  hay
anil grain, promptly attended to
. B. Robertson
OPEEA HOUSE
Two Nghls C nly
: the Entire Season
MISS AHbl.1.1*.
ompany     presi ntinu
■i*i   "i   .ill
Monday Evening,  Dec. 12
"The Gladiator"
Tuesday Evening,  Dec.  13
"FAUST"
I'HK i;s
wi,  roc., f>o<
*
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
CLMSENT BLOCKS
E.   G.    BURRiDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hoi Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoko
©hanaoan Collcoc
Summerlanb, X\C.
COURSES   FOR   I9IO-I1
Preparatory : lliitb School; Two
Veins University; Business, in-
cludinu Stenography ami Typewriting; Piano; Vocal.
Separate residences for young
men ami young women.
Well epnippeil gymnasiatn.
I'm.i. Ti.uM nm \s Si.ir. 21,
I'or Cnlendsr and further particulars aililuss ihe Principal
EVERETT   W   :.n iv, L i:
Fire Wood
MuinfHrtnrari for ah cihi.««* of  bnlldiugi
CEMENT AND LIME FOB SALE   FflP Sslg
FIRE GLAY AND FIRE  BRiCK,
BB •*-1 ii^
cr
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
S]
,1    I mi     Sill    I   * l'«bli
*     .'*    ■   •     ■*     .,      liable i'ii.."
FRUITS    CANDIES    CIGARS    TOBACCOS
THE   PALACE   RESTAURANT
A, ii.   ill O, re "iv i
3l   .„.. .   .. ■,*—.--.. ,., .... X
For -min in I arm -ir itnnll q^onl Ittei
nt ilie In we t  prii u rm cii-li
All kludflol iiii'i'iink' nml plaiterlng
utidortalfOD
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
iitil! io Business
\\Y ..i.' ImmiK|!|.iiifi-s for
r i ih, i niivi  1. si, .1 Sfi-tK
..Mil |toM'NtShl ul'- ,(   liilif-r,
i pan, I-'imhIi.im.I Moll.uul
i; '.■. aiid OrnnitiiMitnlHi
r|mu ImplumoniKi Ki'c Sup-
pin s, Spi n\ I'unipHi Ifi lilt/, i -. unci mu til fruit»■
t ntaloKuu Fri*&
M.   J.  HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A. R, McDougall,    -   Manager
Slwe4
Granby   Rubbers
Vn   modeli  of exellence
.I fit.
/   ;; YOUU DEALER
FOR THEM
'I'n be cul ami delivered ni
inib nil ilm Ins tho wini,'i'
II olillw, inenl Inn,I lota, lllll
ti.llo th,' ,',ml, lie ur tain.
iiine, green, 98 I", pel ci.nl,
dry, ,S1.:.'.">. f. o. b. cum,
(iinull,nl si,ii,,. ami Bnderby,    Apply
Bernard Roxoman
KNIlKltllV.  11  ('.
Carriage and Sign
Painting
Shop  in alley   buck   uf  V.. .1. Boume'l
•tote, l''ii'i-t Btreet,
First  Class Work Guaranteed.
Prices Reasonable
R. Z. CRAWFORD
liei [donee Cor. Brd Bt. ai <i tlobionave
"li*. J'M*rf*",*J^»A'M^-
SNOWSHOES
New Line
Stirrup  Attached    |
$6.50
F.   B.   WEilLS,
Pur Buyer antl Exporter
Old Town,    -  Kevelstoke, B. C. WKDN
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7TH, l'JIO.
THE    MAIL HERALD,    REVELSTOKE,   II.   C.
Pag* 1
>
look:
look
ANU
U K A 13 :
Actual comparisonjof Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'H     PRICES
.owson's Price delivered
70c.
" $9.60
" 14.40
1.20
" 13.00
" 14.00
" 5.20
" 7.20
" 4.00 I
" 7.20
"    16.50
We iiiiiko our profit by flipping in car load lots, thereby saving freight rates. Hring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store and ive
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage
R.   HOWSON   &   CO     -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Coming Events
Wi
inipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total
Kitchen Chairs
5Uc.
101b.
23c.
73c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
Dininq Table
10.55
165ib.
3.87
14.42
Dining Chairs
88c.
12ib.
28c.
1.16
Dresser and Stand
8.95
150ib.
3.52
12.47
li                     If                     14
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
Bed
5.35
681b,
1.59
694
Dominion Spring
240
601b.
1.41
3.81
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
Ostermore Mattress
15.00
lecciubei' 7.—Third Annnnl Il'i.K-
quorado Ball by Fire liri.j.ulu No.
One.      Opera   House.
•Tun. Jo— "Lyceum Players" under
management C. P, Walker, Kdil
son Theatre.
Feb. 'J—"Managing Mildred" under
management 0. P. Walker, Edison Theatre.
The Poultry Industry
Id
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL. D.   D.C. L.,  President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,   Guneral Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL $10,CC0,CC0   RESERVE FUND, $5,000,009
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENG.: 2 Lombard Street, E.C.        NEW YORK: 16 Exchange Place
MEXICO CITY: AvcniJa San Francisco, No. 50
In addition to the offices named above the Bank has branches
in every Province of Canada (including all the most important cities)
and in tlie principal Pacific Coast seaports of the United States.
211 It is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by these branches.
REVEL ITOKE    BRAN^H-A.    H.     ALLEN.    MGR.
Avoid Colds
This i* the time ot vear to try and
ivoi I i cold, anil a good preventative is to take a glass of hot brandy
or   Scotch   before  retiring;  but  be
snu* -.;. tl .. *.*. get the besl.
FRAPIN & CIS I.i.|iieiir Brandy is
unexcelled either in quality or
flavor.
All the Best Hotels sell il or lor
s ile *u wholesale by
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers of Pure Wines, Liqueurs, Cigars, Cigarettes
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigirs.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly me.
•J.    ALBEET     STOISTE      JPIR-OIF.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    Fiist-Cliiss in every respect.    All modern convenience
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
COAL!    COAL!   COAL!
Here is your chance to Ret
GOOD COAL CHEAP
Nut Coal $7.25 Per Ton Delivered
S.   Gk   IROIBBIILSrS
1-1 ki:, l.ni' and ACCIDENT INSURANCE,   PHONE   60
I 1
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Baggage Transferred and General Draying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
phono 276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       Night can 71
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Lund District.
District ot West Kootcnuy.
Take uotice that VV. B. Kobertson,
f Kevelstoke, occupation, Insurance
gent, intends to apply lor perrnis-
ion to purchase the following Ue-
ciibed lauds.
Commencing at a post planted at
thc mjrth east corner of Lot 2772,
uuning north 40 chains, thence west
0 chains, thence south 40 chains,
hence east 40 chains to the point
f commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
lated Sept.  C,  1910. S.17-N10.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
n    the    Matter of    the Estate      of
TUomas  Harvey,   deceased:
NOTICE is hereby given    that   all
reditors and others having     claims
gainst  thc  Estute  of  Tliomas  Har-
ey, late of Kevelstoke, B. O.,      de-
eased who  died  at Revelstoke      on
t  about the  3Sst  day  of December,
190'J, are rehired to send      to     the
ndersigned      Solicitors fur Thorn.is
Kilpatrick, Executor of the Last Will
of said deceased, within CO days from
ate full particulars ot  their claims,
duly verified, and that
fter that date tho    said     Executor
ill  proceed  to  distribute    tho    said
state amongst  those  entitled  thereto regard being had only    to    those
laims ol which said Executor   shall
have then received notice.
Dated October 12th, 1910.
IARVEV, McCARTER & PINKHAM
Solicitors for said Executor.
)ct.  15, Dec. 17.
"The poultry Industry of British
Columbia is making an excellent
growth," sui.l M. A. j nil, poultry
expert of the provincial department
of agriculture, in a recent interview.
"While tho growth is gratifying,"
continued Mr. Jull, "the poultry
industry is still only beginning to
be developed and for two or three
years yet our imports of poultry pro
ducts will grow, for our ranchers will
not be able to keep up with our rapidly growing cities, nil of whoso population are consumers. Over production? Why it will he a long day
In-fore that point will be reached. At
the present time we havo $2,447,5<>i)
worth of poultry products imported
from the east—last year's figures—to
make up,
"The aim nf the department is not
to Iiiiiiiii the poultry industry in Brit
ish Columbia but to promote the
condition when the average rancher
will keep a few fowls, those fowls bc
ing irf the best breeds, and the best
strains of those breeds. One of the
m.ist effective ways of working toward this object is the encouragement of poultry associations and
poultry shows, which are a means of
stimulating interest, and of disseminating knowledge of care and breeding. It should be the object of thc
local association to encourage both
the fancy and the utility side nf the
poultry  industry,  and also to     take
remedy™^! Hnd'.l) 'in™,    k?"alK"lt IUp "uestions °» a commercial nature.
"Judged     by     the increase in thc
r..i- ii   hus   krt   me.""1"cannot   number of local associations, a gen-
You'fn^u^e^na^ln^y!0™1 aml  "»WBW>t  interest is being
taken in this subject that is     most
creditable.     The older     associations
an. 21—"Stubborn   Oendere.Ua,1
the Opera House.
Bowling Schedule
Wed.,  Dec. 7—Corleys v  ,T. 11. 0.
Pri.,  Dec. 9—C.P.R.  v Dents.
Mon., Dec.  12—Y.M.C.A. v Corleys.
HEAVY DRINKER CUKEB
Samaria Cured Him, and He Helps
Others
A man wh.. has been released trom
Iho :.wtnl cravings of drink, un.l whoso
first thought is in help others, shows
Hi. spirit uf true brotherhood und
philanthropy, lteud his letter:
in,    Samaria   Ituinedy   Co.,   Toronto,
. .nl.;
"v. ill   you  please  send   me  book   on
.nil, i,  also   circulars   relating   to   your
yalu ,1   remedy   lor   the   drink   babil '
1   wish  io  hand  these  tu ,i  in, mi  «ho
■ 'ing   tu   ruin   through   ,1
Great Provincial Highway
Victoria, Dec. 6.—That Hon. Thos.
Taylor will have the sympathy and
practical assistance of the provincial
government or Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba in his splendid
project Ior thc construction of a
great inter-provincial trunk highway
from the Pacific seaboard through to
Winnipeg is evidenced by the heartiness ol the replies which have recently been received by the provincial
works minister from the gentlemen
administering similar departments In
three sister provinces interested. The
co-operation ol each it is now virtually certain will be readily extended.
L'.'tters have been received from Hon.
R. Rogers, of the Manitoba government and Hon. Walter Scott, premier of Saskatchewan, promising cooperation. Premier Sifton of Alberta  province  promises  consideration.
1   never   think   oi   lukl
uslnit strong drink in any  wuy, na nu
s,,,.. ■ •  cannot
ron
wuj   you wish rn i ul.lie
"ll.  Lilywiiiie,  Brlgden, Ontario."
Samaria     Prescription   Is    tasteless
innl odorless,   and    dl solves Instantly   are those of Vancouver.  Victoria Na-
tii lea or eoltee, or enn lu mi\,*d with        • .   ,.
i"...!.     a  can  I"   given   with or with-   naim°.     Ashcroft    nn.l thc Northern
".ii   the   patient's  knowledge,     li   re-   Okanagan  with liendiiunrters at   En-
!r?ys\hem°ran!1nSrestrordcsn?h"l,!,^.eUsP   ^     T1,(J8e '"     "cwlt '°™«tlon
Drink   becomes    distasteful mi i  even   nre th? associations ot the Southern
nauseous. *•**., ....   .      .
Okanagan with headquarters at Sum
•   1 ii ink is a disease, not a crime. One
drink  et  whiskey  always  Invites an- nicrland,  Revelstoke, thc West Koot-
sion.'ir'h Z?e„ lm,,,m,',ll   n«ve8    nnd may     with headquarters at   Nelson,
Mum.ich  create  n   craving  tlml  must r, . %.     ,    „      ? _   .
•■ii i-.' i- be satisfied by more whiskey or     ''""brook, Grand Forks and     Ross-
removed   by   Ecientlflc   treatment  like lund, the last named     having     been
-iM!:;, l^^^r^S^l^ formcd °n* lttst month'     E«*h    ol
cessl il use by Physicians and Hospl- these bodies serves a district,      and
tab   lor   over   t.*n   years -.,    ,* . ..        L ...
ii   ...u know of nny family needing wlt* ,llstrlct Poultry shows at these
Sun; rin  Prescription, tell them about various points, the industry will    be
friend tlm, ^Zin^yn^iTuZ ^^^      **    ^^^     '»  *  «"
blm sine himself.   Write to-day.' practical way.
m;Vo!i'l: T1<'AI' ''y'Kui1' of Sa- '    "Speaking pnrtieularly      of condi-
mnrl.i Prescription, with booklet, giv- ,• ,    ..     ., ' ,j
lug full particulars, testimonials, price, tums ln the K°otenny, I would point
etc.,  will  be sent absolutely free and out that here you have a good mar-
postpaid   In   plain   sealed   pnckiiKp   to i.   .   ,  „                  j  ,       ,          j ,*
J kct for eggs and for dressed   poultry
It would therefore
NOTICE.
In the matter of an application for
the issue of a duplicate Certificate of
Title to an undivided i of lot 4'J49,
Group 1, except 19 4-10 acres.
Notice is hereby given that it is
my intention to issue at the expiration of one month after the first pub
lieation hereof a duplicate of the
Certificate of Title to the above men
tioned lands in the name of Thomas
Kilpatrick, which Certificate is dated
tho 2Cth February, 1907, and number
ed 6C12A.
Samuel R. Roe,
District Registrar.
Land Registry Ollice, Nelson, B.C.,
November 3rd, 1910.
NOTICE
IN     THE MATTER OF AN    .Ar-
LICATION  for  the issuo of n 4up-
icato  Certificate  ol    Title    to    Lot
11,      Block C,    Town ol    Revelstoke,
Map C36J.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat
t is my intention to issue et lhl
xpiration of oue month aftir the
first publication hereof a duplicate
1 tho Certificate of Titlo 11 lh*;
bove mentioned lot iu tho name of
'homas J. Graham, whieh Cortifi.
ate is dated the 25th of January.
S98. and numbered 501K.
SAML'EL    RAE,
Distiict Registrar.
..and Registry Ollice,  Nelson,    B. I'.,
October 15th, 1910.
Messrs.  Harvey,  MeCarter  St Co.,
Barristers,    Revelstoko.    IJ. C.
FOR  SALE.
100 Spring Ohlckens.
7<J  Yearling HcHb.
10 Two yeur old  hens.
3  Yearling Roosters.
1 Two year old Roo-ter.
Good laying strain, and from prize
birds
White Wyandotte at a bargain, If
sold at once.   .
I must sell on account ol death of
my wife, ns I oannot give tliem
the proper cmc.
JAMES   NAYLOR,
Arrow Park,   B.   0,
H.B.K.
anyone nsklnp  lor It and  mentioning
this   paper.     Correspondence sacredly   and good priAs.
ni^.I^medy^::: SUSiJ'&Sm.   '"'  ^^ l° kCCP  '°Wl   b0th      BS
ber*,   Jordan    St.,  Toronto.    Canada    'KK producers and  for  dressing good
n!50   'H,   rfle ,l'.y ,C   U     Macdonald,   carcases.    I would     recommend     as
Drujfglst, llevelstok*. ,     .. ,    .
j satisfactory breeds for these purposes the American, Plymouth Rock,
Wyandotte nnd Rhode Island Red,
nn.l the English breed, Orpington. II
the poiiltrymen are close to the egg
market, then would the slighter
breeds be suitable, such as tbc Leg-
■j,, n •     1 horns and Minorcas, which are noted
I fttCnt    I\1D16SS       t0r the'r superior eRK laying capaci
r ty nnd for their     adaptability     for
Gloves
are made for hard
wear. Practically everlasting. No seams inside to hurt the hands,
and they are
GUARANTEED
NOT TO RIP
Strange Proposal
Advertising—at least original advertising—is the life of trade. A
Pender street real estate firm, of
Vancouver, has some puppy dogs in
.ts window. On a sign in letters
the size ol box car lettering on the
C.P.R., is ihis inscription: "These
Dogs $490.00 Each."
Right under this startling caption
in much smaller letters is the added
information that a "lot goes free "
with each dog purchased at this
prico.
taper Berths Opposed
Chicago, Dec. 5.—An offer of the
l'ullman company to reduce the ratea
charged for upper berths in sleeping
cars 20 per cent, where lower berths
were priced at more than 11.50, to
make the price of uppers 11.'25 as a
minimum and reduce some lower
berth rates, was opposed before the
Interstate Commerce commission
here by the attorney-general of four
states and by  two railroads.
BUfifHB
Christmas Gifts at
Moderate   Prices
arc to be found by the "hundreds"
in our new 132 p,i(je Catalogue just
Issued, Wrilc lor n copy ol once
it will prove a ((real help in
selecting Suitable liiin.
C. Wc pay all postal and delivery
charges guarantee safe delivery- -
and refund thr money if you are
not i" .i'.tli satisfied willi lhe
goods.
WIUTB TODAY  POR
CATALOGUE  R
RYRIE BROS. LIMITED
Diamond Merchants, Jewolort
nnd Silversmith!
134-136-138 YONCE ST.
TORONTO
Jas. RVMft. IIahhv Hvhih,
I'ti-iJi'nt. Sii.-Tftuiurrr.
Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Dox No. 14—Corner First street
end McKenzie avenue, C. li. Hume
ft Co.
Box No.   15—Corner First      street
nd Rokeby avenue,  post  office.
Hox  No.   16— Corner   Second  street
and Government Road  and
It use.
Box No. 17—Corner Third
•i I   Campbell  avenue,  Globe
er compnny.
Box No. 18-C.P.R.  station.
Box    No. 24—Corner    Fifth    street
llimir,aie P. D. Bones
The elimination of all the privete
boxes in the postoffice and the general use ol the mail dell-ccv system
is what Mr. R. C. Micpherson. pott-
n.aster of Vancouver, is ai ring at in
view of the very heavy increase in
thc amount of mail matter handled
.n the postoffice. Mr. Macpherson
stated today that the increase in
business over last year at thi« time
was fully 50 per cent. In the larger
cities on this continent and practically everywhere in the old country
it had been found advisable, he
said, to do away with the boxes
and have all the mail handled by
the carriers as being a more simple
and safe method, and at the same
time proving valuable from a labor-
saving point at view.
Open
lltieel
1 .urn •
avenue,     Catholic
Shi/ahb Gure
nn.,1.1. ill,.,   curpfl  colds
tbo Ifaronl aad luoill.
nd     McKenzie
burch.
Box No. 25—Corner    Sixth    stieot
nd Orton avenue, W. A. Foote.
Box  No.  26—Corner  Fourth stroet
nd Townley street, corner south
rack.
Box No. 28—Corner Second    strert
nd Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 84-Flre Hall No. 2.
Box  No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIltE BRIGADE  NO.  ONE.
Box No. 44-Flre Hall No. 1.
Box No. 45—Front street we^t,
ear 0. P. H. bridge.
Box No. 4C—Corner King and
loiiglas streets, l'alace Meat Market
Box No. 47—Corner Second and
Vales streets,  buck  ol  Court house.
Box No. 48—Corner Third and
'has. streets, Cowan  block.
bfgnnl for practice—not lrss li.ai
Ix (6) slow strokes.
One (Ij Indicates line broken or
ro out.
Signals are given thus: 2 striken,
ntervnl 6 seconds—4 strokes, Box
4. No. ol box will also be shown
n indicator at Klro Hall.
ii l«Qll.
Shi/ohs Gure
tutltltly siopi coadha,   carra colds, h.al,
tho ilir.'.i aad luaji.      i  t  •     gs ooals.
Dominion Estimates
Ottawa, De<-. 3.—The main estimates for the hscal year ending March
JI, 1813, were tabled in the bouse
today. They total »U8,S63,200, an
increase of 56,035,575 over both main
and supplcmtntnr.es of thc currant
year.
Included in the estimates lor Brit-
h Columbia is J30.000 lor Revelstoke public building, the total (or
public buildings for B. C. being
$415,OCO and Columbia river improve
ments $17,500', Columbia and Kootenay river wharves J14.0OO. To purchase New South Wales turpentino
timber for piles required in B. C.
generally JIS.OCO. Total for harbor
and rivers, etc., J232.600.
CP.R. Timetable
WESTBOUND.
No. 1, arrives     6:45 a.m., departs
7.00 a.m.
No.  37, arrives 6 55  p.m., departs,
7:15 p.m.
KASTBOt'ND.
No. 2, arrives 12:30 midnight,     de-
arts 12:45 midnight.
No.  96, arrives 8 45 a.m., departs,
9:05 a. m.
South train leaves Revelstoks at 9
a. m., arrives Revelstoke 5 25 p.m.
Mining in British Columbia never
looked as well as it does today.
Many new mines are comiog Into
prominence, old mies -are lieing re-
opened, and new districts are lieing
opened up wbieb should materially
swell the general returns within the
licit few years. The exercise of
judgment will solve the problems ot
tbe future just as business principals
will ensure the profits.
cadi,nry's choolates, we aro carry
ng a full line of these celebrated
• witts; we also have Robertson's,
l.oniiey's and McCormick's, all loading lines at Hobson's,
a* PaRl
TttE   MAIL-]   lRAI.D,   t^VELSTOKE,    I!    C.
WEDNESDAY, DEC.  7TH,  I'.llO.
Dominion School
Victoria, Dec. I',.—The meeting ,'i
the Technical Education and Industrial Commission devoted its time
Saturday morning largely to h?aring
witnesses connected with tli*' educational system of tho province. Dr.
Alex, Robinson, superintendent ot
education, said that the ami.mil
spent by the Provincial government
e,n education In 13)0 was $818,576,
and by    tho municipalities  $1,098,660
Dr, Bryce of tbo commission expressed the opinion that there might
he some danger ..1 rendering the
lliunicivalll ies slack in their duties
by giving them such a large measure
of assistance.
Dr, li..!.ins..a thought there Bhould
be a contral Dominion control of
technical schools with uniform buildings in all the provinces. He thought
also that pupils should be admitted
to such schools without nny Bel entrance  examination.
Mr, John S. Gordon, Inspector of
high schools, snid thai girls who
had received a good mental training
were able afterwards to pick up the
duties nf housekeeping with compara
tive ease, even to the trimming of
their own hats or making their own
dresses. In this respect he thought
that high school girls hnd no great nl
vantage over girls in fact...ies where
their training was largely in manual
dexterity. He declined, however, to
go so far as to hold that women
Bhould be taught elementary plumbing in order to be able to lis up
things around ihe house. He feared
that a regular plumber would have
to tie called in after the women ii"t
through nnd the last state of the
house  would   be worse than  the lirst.
ike's lioi lime
BC
Concrete Sidewalks
Seattle, Dec. C—In order to avoid
the unpleasant notoriety occasioned
by thc avalanches that swept several
railway coaches filled with passengers
from the railroad Biding at Wellln -
ton, Wash., at the west side of the
Cascade tunnel, last. March, the
Great Northern Railway compi ny has
changed the name of the place to
Tye. It is estimated that 120 passen
gars and railroad workmen lost their
lives in the awful catastrophe nt
Wellington.
As a result  i.f     lh.'     catasti *
which enst  gloom     over the     entire
West  nnl  Northwest,  the Great   Nor
tliein  company   is  spending   anproxl.
nuu.'ly  82,000,COO   In  rebuilding   .:..,*.*
secure tracks and constructing
tic concrete snowi beds to   avo d,    if
possible, a repetition ,.f the hon ir of
Inst March.    The  work  is  well      ad
Vance,I and   it   is I.el evt .1  that   tl.' big
undertaking will be complet .: vt thin
a month,
l.uinini, Dec. G.' Mr. '.. *.'• h Mur-
iin is having a In.iter lg.it .1 r.r.sl
St.  I'niiei'.is than he ual  ."   fnnuniy
•list- 1 le   I'US   tWO   Opp 'll   1.1.1        Mi*
1 lopklns, I'nii ni: I, a ,vc I. uy business in.,11, wl'i. lm.- be n |ii .■' y woik
iu, in tbe ei.11 itltu 11 .*■ ' 'i . ,11111
time 1 asl. nn I Mi, 1 nac .i.i* .,' ,
larrlster, who Is stan I 11 ! ni ..
women's sufTri go a Ivo 1 ■. Tin on
1 1 uency is being in\ a led '■ \ I' .•
iiiiliiiii.i uffi ■' il 1. 1, whose n.i.i 1*.
is 'Turn ...it this ml icroaut minitti j'
1'bej* make gn .-it use ol Mr. ''li.i tit's
own speech In 1 ho <' imi 1 1:1 i, 111
which he said ho bad losi .-.II conB
loni * in Mr. Asqiilth. Mr. 1 lo: '■ n 1
who is Mr. Marl In's oppotw il, In a
local elect Ion leaflet. calls Sir. i1. ar
tin '11 dumped M. I'.,' a 1 he •*. mes
from another country. Like all
dumped goods,' Bays Mr. Hopkins,
'Mr. Martin is nol a v.-i-y serviceable
irticle. Since ho was cloctcd be
jus only voted ill 53 divisions 0 it
of 155, about , ne third of tho work
lie wns elected to do.'
DBS w bi—i?
Choosiu I
i   Ghri   .     ■ Gifts
(Ui   '-*'••:
is  ;  ts   bio ' '' '
Cal       ue, »u   con
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toi   .
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pay oil <       I
charges I    ;   i ■
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bUtl     .:.;..■
Send f<
nt once anil unncct ■■■ oi y
worry.
miT.
user.:'  *m;~::;~ ■
Walking Around the Worij
Henry  Stewart, who Is  rixty
of age, Is walking around  I
He li fl  Ban Deigo, I 'al., on  Pel
nth, I'M- , at 9 11.111 . an
Into the  Panama California    E
'       **!'. J an uar 5
Mr.   Stewart
November 23rd, 1910, a
at the Hudson Bay Knlti a -
where be    was     	
warm.
On reaching the st*.
er photographei
Mr.  Stewart    an I   i
Interviewed lum      M*
"I am sixl
walking around tl i
my .-.
rot k-    ■
usually      sleep    .    ■.'
when T am
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tamly be the kind 1
reachln - Montrea
calling „t   the  H D ..
mn now fixed    ,
around   the     ■-.
■■'■   mmeiid   H.B.K,  i    ■ . .
'  ' ■■ ■■   warmth ai :   ■ *.,
To license Trappprj
A movement, oi Iginnl riari
■   ..n foot among th
"i •'. Intel    ..ii l  ti ...,      ;   ,,*
'■*<!"   i*. ba " .. , "        ee i
• e.l, I, i   trapiwra  in ni lei   thai      the
i'i"' Incial  governmenl  mny  be in   a
ition to regulate tho basin
afford ri,'ni. i protection to the fur
bearing anlmali . as al tha pi ■ enl
fate ul depletion it will n*.t. be many
years before the nnlmnl * can ylng
valuable iklns aro n thing ..f tho
pul except in tbe most Isolated localities.
l&Jl/; .¥■>■:'■$ 9j?i
quickly stops ruurfliSi   cure
ihu throat uutl lungs*      ■   *
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RYRIE     IS. LIMITED
niamond i.ieic'iie'H, ilewolers
... silvorsntlttis
134-135 Y0NB: ST.      -      TORONrO
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THE
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H.B.K. PATf
iii.
The Expert  ( I   Mai.ers  of Canada,
ttSfct, Ji v?i
m ■■■• •■ ■ y
VV   ' ''I-.'-        *   ..'  ..'  ...
CANCELLATION OP RESERVE
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
* servo • nil Lin upon 11 e lauds cm
braced In Special Tlml cr Llcoi ■■■
58 IS, :... unte 'iu    K ay  Disl rict.
an. died, und that ibe said  lai ds
will be open i.'i  1- cal Ion under     ibe
1 i-.ii Isl : of the "Land    Acl"     al
ni,Inii bt   mi  December 22nd,  1910,
ROBERT A    RBNWIOK,
Deputy  Commissioner id  Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th Scplembor, 1010, td
NOTICE.
Reveli loki   Ltunl   Di    rict.
Distt let ..I  West  Koot. nay,
i nol   *   Lhal   .,  Ha sol    Coyc ...
Nelson, li.  ( '., '*■ .•*., al Ion     bpin I
Intend   ti    applj   lur   i el mi    ■ *,n       to
purchase     the     toll! g    ..,- -. i, I*..
lands:
. lommeni ins at a posl   ul i-iwl    ni
the s. \\. corner ...  Lol  llS'.i,  thi i •■*
east  -; I'.iii n .,     i In nee     i.n . h
chains,   t hi tico  wi il   20 cli *  id,  mi i •
or leass to lake shore,  th in :e   ni ....
in,; ibe lake shoro In a n irth u ly dir
cetion  in  po.nt    of     ci,.uni ''leeini i i
contain ng  10 aci os more jr lem ■■*
II \.7ML TIJYE
A. V. I ,.i • i i, m.' r.i
Dated  Nov.  II
1810.
Mill*      M.
Revolstoke   Land  District.
District  ol  West  Kooten i\ ■
Take notico  that  1,  IStlic   .*
Ni ! mi.   B,   ''..  '   e  . atlon
Int ml to &l    y for pel *
i i ig
lands:
i ommen ■ n;c     at a posl
about SU . ha n * bi uth oi tho    :'.  ' ■
..nn.*i* .*    Lot 113!), thence i
. h mu/. ■ h '. .■•' norl li    -   h * In i
,* ei i  . ■* <ii. n ■ more orle is to    I
shoro,      Lh tullov ng    tl e  li
bon    n  .'    ..  I!   : * l      dl     i **n      I
B p; n i ■■
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h    nl     *  c ii - n,:   u enl
contaii   i
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PATENT
120 acres more or le  i.
EPPIE TOYS.
A.  V. L    ■' I,   .'     n ■
i      i N iv. i;. ldio. :*
VVAxNTED
! i*i ir    SALE   Lai  i   B n ;alo«  ho
j    with five lots, t Itu itod on   Seco ...
street,  west.     Apply .J. K. Taylor,
p. ii. Box   111.
. -: Rli N l Lai e : Iry com oi :a k
i, *,,.,., in tho Taj lor Uloi k, $8.0(
I., mont b. For further ,n orn a
tion apply J. E. Taylor, P.O. 1> ,i
in, Revelstoke, B. C.
POR SALE—Fine largo Storo kno *i
as   "Taylor   Block'     Land oi
two lots,  with  nny loot [routa e,
tin,    .;  ; he  i. ist i, ..-in i b   posil" n
In the city.     Price    *>1I,.« A
half Interest can be bought. Api l>
d. 10. Taylor, i'. O. Uox 111, Revelstoke,  u.  C.
LOST—On     the corner of Third  St.
and McArthur Av., or l.etwe m
Third and S.xtli streets on Mc-
Art bus Av, A Ladies Mink Ml S.
Kinder will receive a rewind il
..-ii   'nib   it.  s.  Squnrebrlgge      at
I'.il    I I'.llie  &  c...
i ockel i k,     Bomewhere 1 c
i ii.tei  Revelstoke and     Posl
Finder leav ing i nine al  U;'.'-
ylll  receive reward, t.c.
 I  agi nt to
. he i>. ii ni   onlj
.     :
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Appllcal li ib
arded  to     A.  L. t'ardln,
I,.     l:uil.lin.:,
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Mail Herald
by
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AUCTION SALE OP TIMBER
BERTH COVERING DOMINION LANDS.
The ri, lit t,, cttt timber under
ct n . ■ ...I it irth No. ..*. *. . mn. i ....ns
u i li • .. Uow Ing lai .1 ,n the
i*,,\ nee ni lir.i ish Col imbia, will
b niteri *l at public aucl ion al thi
isi . : rl ■■' ". ■ • .i■'■■'■ .i'i. al - .. clock
'. M., on Wr.!:., tday, tne Uth, Jan
ary, I'll, al Lhe .. Rce of ili • Do
ui,iiuii Timbei' A ent al Revelsto'.tc:
r Berth No, 540, sil late in
lie  in., in.e uf     British   Coll ml ia
umi risin ■ Sec 0,    a .1     tb s
urtii u -, ,.; tha Spa luim hei n     It vei
cctionB li and  16, Township    L3,
un. e 0, Wi  i . : the i.tii     Mer dli n,
intainin •    an   area   ol l.oo siiuare
, moi.- or i
A  llci ni o '.'* Ill  nol   be Is ued    until
be full at.:u: in  ol  the purch .
u.i the    groun l n ntal lor the   Drst
pear, havo been paid,
'i bo  i"   lltlon    "i    payment.    mi*'
,1 i* ntal, etc., are t onta ni i In   the
rimber   Ro ;ulatlon i,    a    copy     «i
which mny i.e seeuie.i on application
o the undersigned, or t.. the Grown
.;.,,.    i    nt nl  Revelstoko.
P. II. Kl'lYKS,
Becretary.
ii 'pin tm nt of tho tutorloi, Ottawa
. 29th, r.Mii.
HI'lN BLSTOKB  ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT.
A   Court  of    Revision   and   Appeal,
under the  provisions •.[ the "Assess
iii'iii. Aet." in respect  ... thi   Assessment   Roll   foi   the  year   lull.       Will
be held at tba ('..nil  llniise,     Revel
toke, . ii TL ..us in >, tho i.'..ii day of
iscember,  1910, ai  the hour ot     io
.'ili,ek in the forenoon.
n I, i al  Revelstoko, B. ('.,     this
imh day of November, 1919.
0.   M.  KIKLII,
Judge .'f thc Court ol
i Ion  nnd   Appeal.
• UR'l II K' .1 Li    ul*    1.,11'KIA K.MI'INT
KIKlTIONAY
Regular meetings aro held In MAS-
,\ic 'i EMPLE, Oddfellows' Hull
.ui the Third Monday In each month
at s p. iu. Visiting brethren nro
cordially  wide,.tne.
J.  T.   POLLOCK,   Muster.
('HAS.  d. AMAN, Secretary.
4.muu.
SELKIRK      LODGE   12.   1.  O.  O. F.
Meets .very Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at. 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
It. S. SQUAREBRIGGS, N, G.
d.\S.  MATHIB,  Secretary.
GOLD RANUE  LODGE,       K.  of    P,
Nti.  26,   REVELSTOKE,  II.  6.
tho
Meets every Wednesday except
Third Wednesday of eaoh month it
Oddfollows' Hall nl. 8 o'clock. Visit
ing Knights ure cordially  invited.
d. a. Mcdonald, c. o.
Q. II. BROOK, K. of R. & S.
M. ul P.
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Key,   San   .Iiiiiii,  Delta  i.n.I    Marguei
■ *  i*        Luato   In      the
Lardi au Mining Divl nun ui West
Lini.t, nay.     Where lo ated:   On   Mo-
'*.*.• timi     i. a.  ii. Green,
... i ii ■  *■    agei i  .'rn*  .I,.lm  it.  II. ni-y,
al  Pree  Min i'» rerun.     No.
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1 * .mi .,i a ng Hell I   a  Cbi tlllcal    "    Impi ovi
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• *. .   i  ni the above ola
\* i i    i bai acl ton
■     *     *i* nee.I
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i ments,
Dal tl   daj :■: Oi tober,   \
D„  I
a. il. Green,
Nov,   .. th Neloou, B.C
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 3-1G1.
Meets in I. ii. 0. Y. Hall next to
Tapping's Opora House every Becond
and fourth Mon lay In month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
C,  R„ i'. HARTB.
Roc-Sec, ll. W. EDWARDS.
0. W. (J. W.
Mountain View Camp, No, 229.
.ie.    Second   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month In    Selkirk
Hall,     Visiting Woodmen aro
mrdially Invited to utieml
W. B, OSBORNE, iuu. Com.
JAS. McINTYRH, Clerk.
COLUMBIA camp No. 15071
MODERN  WOODMEN OF AMERICA,
Meets every Tuesday night in odd-
follows' Hull, Second St., west, All
.iut,in- neighbors are invited to at-
tond.
A. T. ANTHONY, Odtlsul.
Win.   S.   Sl.dAN,   Clerk.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs nf «ll kiiulu neatly il nu
Bicycle and Oun work asiieulalty
I   lim.i'." -'Ken 00 »ny iIiii.m
oi Hork
Front      Street. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7T1I, 1010.
THE   MAIL-HEEALD,    REVELSTOKE
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Toy land, Joy land,
Little Girl, and Hoy land.
The big Santa Clans show
2nd Floor (Hume's). Take
Elevator. Bring the children
to see the Toys.
Everyone welcome.
Shop early.
A to Suit
for Ilie Boy
At this season of the year
everyone looks towards the children for much of the Yule tide
enjoyment. What boy but will
appreciate Xmas all the more in
a swell new suit. We can fit him
out from head to foot, but first of
all he should have one of our
swell "Lion Brand" College suits
The College Suit
'Lion Brand"
These are the dressiest little
suils on the market today and
every one is perfectly tailored;
every seam felled, nicely padded
and stayed shoulders. All the
interlining and canvas is of the
best. Bloomer knickers fitted
with belts. The patterns are all
new and dressy—you can't find a
poor one among our wide assortment of worsteds and tweeds.
$5.50 to $15
I.ion Brand odd Knickers have
double seats and double knees.
They wear like iron.
I
FOR   MEN
Military Brushes in leather
cases, solid ebony back, extra
long bristle.    Seal cane, $7 a pair
Military Brushes, heivy leather
case, solid ebony back. A serviceable all round article.    $4.50.
Leather Collar Boxes, a real
good article, strong and serviceable. Leather lined, silk draw
string.   Price $1.
Leather Collar Boxes, silk lined
mocha finish, with pocket for
buttons.   Price $1.25.
Cigar Cases, both silk and
leather lined.   75c. to $3.50.
Tobacco Pouches, chamois and
mocha finish, with or without
silver name.   75c. to $3.
In your preparations for Christmas do not
forget the fact that this Holiday time belongs preeminently to the Children. The wonderful holiday
time that cannot be separated from the brightness
of child song and laughter, and when everything
centres in the children why not have a Home Xmas
Tree and why not make it
properly attractive. For a
few dollars any person can
decorate a tree with the
many beautiful glittering ornaments and candles to be
had. This will add a rare
and radiant pleasure which
is the birthright of the children, and be worth ten times
the trifling cost.
4i
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SiJ/fer ' &,"
•i^y,
The Hi Season
Hearts come out of hiding at
Christmas time. The joy of living and the joy of giving unite
in making stronger the tie that
binds. It is not such a hard old
world after all. Friendship still
endures—and is manifest in many
ways at this The Glad Season—
Christmas.
In all our business career we
have never had such a "Christmas" store as we have this year,
and we want everyone to enjoy
it, so come along in and make
yourselves at home looking the
store over.
Beautiful Silks
In Dress and Waist Lengths,
handsomely boxed in Christmas
Holly Boxes, make splendid gifts
are specially adapted for any to
give. We have them as low ss,
per waist length
$1.50
Doll Carriages
What an array. Dozens of different styles, gladden the heart
of any child just to see them.
Bring the little girls along just
to see them happy. They arc
priced as high as H 50, and some
as low as 11.
Shop Early
Fancy Gift Boxes
You enhance the appearance of
any gift by sending it in a nice
package. We will enclose any
article purchased, Gloves, Hose,
Ties, China, Cut Glass. Handkerchiefs or novelties in a handsome holly box of fitting size -
no charge for the box.
Only 16 More
Shopping Days
Shop Early
Christinas Fruits
Now is the chance to get in right on your
Xmas Fruits. We are quoting very low
prices on Seeded Raisins, freshly seeded
fancy and choice; New Dates, Fa id and Hal-
lowi,Prunes,Figs,Sultanas,Currants (cleaned)
Citron, Lemon and Orange Peels. New shelled Walnuts, Almonds, and Pecans; also the
purest and best Extracts and Spices. Leave
orders with us and ensure good pure stock.
Cdndy and Nuts
Make the children happy at Xmas You
can do this if you visit our New Candy Department, filled to overflowing with all the
good lhat the little ones enjoy. Neilson's
famous Chocolates in bulk and in boxes,
ranging from 7.3c. to #2.51). Ganong's G. B.
Chocolates in bulk and fancy boxes at from
40c. to $3. Pennypieces' Creams. Butter-
scutch, Kisses, and the famous Old Country
Candy Drop. Also Peanuts, Walnuts, Pecans, Brazils, Filberts, and Almonds.
Christmas is (omimj
Before Xmas make ample provision for
the many good things which you can buy
with satisfaction and profit Our stock js
complete and we can fill your orders without
delay. We offer the best values from the
best manufacturers such as
Rich Cut Glass
First of all unexcelled. Royal Crown Derby
Cups and Saucers. Creams and Sugars and
Plates. Royal Doulton Creams and Sugars,
Jugs. Plates. Teapots, Trays. Vases, Salad
Bowls. Royal Worcester. Austrian, Old
Greek, and Bavarian China—Fancy.Tea Sets,
Toilet Sets, Dinner Sets, Glass Vases. Wine
and Water Sets, Shaving Mugs, Candlesticks
and all other articles that you all need at
this season of the year.
Blankets Bed Comforts
There is nothing that gives th*
same satisfaction us fine, light and
warm bed covering; you get this
satisfaction whi h you huy a Maish
Laminated Cotton Down Comfort.
We have a chnice range of these
goods, also a line of pure white
Lambs wool Comfor's which excel
an;, thine; on the market. Try a
Queen Alexandra blanket, the hest
the market affords, at -15.50 to $7
per pair.
Shop Early
Carpet Sweeper
On Thursday we will sell Barley Hakes
in 21b. packages at only 10cents per package.
Cowan s Eagle Chocolate In Jib. cakes, only
15c, per cake. This is the time of year you
need these goods. Buy them Thursday
when you can get them cheap. Remember
One Day Only.
Protect
^_     your curtains
and draperies by vj\n$
a BI.55ELL
Carpet Jweepcr
Who could imagine a more
oholce XmiiH present than a His-
lell'i Carpet Bweeper. It Hweeps
thoroughly, makes no noise, raises
no (list, full and examine the
new hall hearing linen sold at retail prices set hy the manufacturer.
Shop Early
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Holiday Linen
A new lot of Fancy Linens to
show you Embroidered Bed
Coverings at $7.50. Dalmatian
Linens in Tray Cloths. Doylies,
Crumb Cloths, Side Board and
Buffet Cloths from 50c to $7.50.
Knitting Yarns
New Wool and Knitting Yarns
double and single. Berlin Wool
in all colors.
Men's Fancy Hosiery
A useful and acceptable Xmas
gift. We have them in all the
new shades and patterns, both
in lisle and cashmere. We will
put them up in separate fancy
boxes if you wish.   Per pair
50c. to $1.50
S
r
FOR   MEN
The most snappy and up to the
minute line of neck ties that has
ever been shown in the city. AH
the latest shapes and colorings
that are now being shown in the
east we have. A few minutes
will convince you that our lines
are just right.
Men's Stick-on Bows, and Four
in-hands—35c.
Men's Strings and Bows—35c.
Men's Bat Wings—50c. each.
Men's Plain Poplins—50c. each.
Men's Fancy Four-in-hands in
Stripes, 1'olka Dots and Plaids,
—60 cents.
Men's plain Bengaline in all
shades—75c.
Men's Four-in-hands, wide
ends,  stripes  and   figures—75c.
Men's Four-in-Hands, the new
Paisley designs and fancy effects
in stripes and patterns with
wide ends—$1.
Men's Four-in-Hands in heavy
Silk and Satin cords—$1.50.
Men's Four-in-Hands in the
new wide cord, heavy Persian
Silk. The newest tie on the
market-$2.00.
Shop Early
8hop Early.
The best things always picked
up lirst. You can have any article in our huge stocks laid aside
till you wish it sent out. While
slocks are complete;1 make your
selections.
Shop Early,
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT STORE
Revelstoke ^ Arrowhead
Hail! Spirit of Yule Tide.
Bring forth your Christmas
enthusiasm.
Thia the glad -season when
everyono rejoices and can put
aside paltry hatred, and make
for universal goodwill toward all. r»z*
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WKPNESDAV,  LEC.  7TII,  1010.
Suitable Christmas Goods
Our Store Crowded With Useful Articles for Presents
Waists
'  New style? in Net and  Silk in all the
desirab
Furs
A beautiful range of New Furs.   You
will be pleased with our showing in Furs.
Men's Department
New Umbrellas. Suspenders, Suspender
Sets. Ties, House Coats, Boots, Slippers.
Overcoats, Suits, Gloves, etc.
Handkerchiefs
A Big Range of Christmas Handker-
liefs.
Acceptable  Gifts
For Ladies—Handbags, Fancy Neckwear N'ew Belts, Silk Hose, Silk Kimonas
Jap Pa Ided Silk downs. Silk Skirts, Golf
Coats, Umbrellas, Silk Dresses for t'hil-
dn *
Oh, You Boys!
We have lots of useful and nice Presents in stock for you. Come in and see
what we have in your line.
Bring the Little Folks
Aronnd to the Store and let them see
what we have in Children's wear. We
know that our assortment will please
both the parents and the little ones.
REID <&
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Xmas Cards
Come in ami choose. We
have thousands, tfvou can't
come in. write U9.
Leave vour order9 for tlie
Illustrated Ninas papers. We
have them all with the big
colored pictures, 350. and 50c
Church of England
Prayer Books
Just opened a nice lot ol the
New Edition Church ol England Prayer Hooks. All prices
II you war.; small calendar
p . Is lor Christinas work we
haw   hundreds   to    choose
from at
Macdonald's
Drug Store
Your Xmas Groceries
Arc now in st,H-k and are strictly fresh and good not only
good, but the best that money can buy, including .New Raisins,
New Currants, New Peels, New Dales, New Nuts, New lies, ill
fact we have everything required lor your Xmas Cake and Pudding at prices within reach of all.
Try our Fresh Apple Cider for your mincemeat.
All Fresh Fruits in season always in stuck.
A. HOBSON,
Grocer and Baker
Insurance
Is one of the most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will look after this branch   of
the business for you.
Kjootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Miss McKcnnoy wns tho (,'iiost ol
Mrs. p. M. Corley on Monday, while
in route lor  Vancouver.
Miss Shunk, of Toronto, and .Miss
Sulci*, of lltiivi'i (mi, mil., nro guests
nt in,, home of Mr. anil Mrs. Hugh
Bruce,  Second Btreet,
Don'l forget the Illustrate,1 lecture
Friday night at the EJIboh Theatro,
1,000 feet moving pictures, 275 hand
colored pictures. Admission 50 cents,
clilldron ii, cents,
Don't forget tho Illustrated lecture
Friday night at the Edison Theatre,
l.iiuii feet moving pictures, 276 hand
colored pictures. Admission 50 cents,
children 26 cents.
A i-lui' to the murderer ol Fanny
St.. Clair nt OomaplU lasl Thursday
has been found an i is lioln^ follow,',1
up. It is of a man who was last
•ith wiih inn' hofore the crime, he
passed through novclstokc this week
n route fm the easl. Dr, McPher
son returned from Arrowhead last
n rhi after malting a post mortem ex
.iminnlioii ol the  lio ly.
A wadding of much local Interest
took place yesterday at Christ
church, Vancouver, hetweon Marjorie
Pearl McKenney, s former resident
of Revelstoke, and Dr, Harry Griffith
of Victoria. Miss McKenney while
in this city made many Irlends who
will be pleased to hoar of her marriage and wh,, i,i congratulations
an.l besl wishes for hor future happiness.
A most excitin.: scene took i lace
at the depot this week, when a
women, supposedly under the In-
Buence of liquor ran amuck and when
attempts were mule to arrest hor,
she became aim, st wild, the station
officials who mildly endeavored to
capture her beiin- swept aside like so
many ninepins. One of ihe ticket
office stuff, in endeavoring to effect
a Hank movement and catch tho fair
amazon in the rem*, got Jammed in
the window of the ticket office. The
women was finally captured and taken to ihe poliec station where she
gave the i-raoleis the time of their
lives in trying to quiet her, and not
until she had half wrecked the cell
was order restored. she appeared
in due course before the magistrate
and received sentence.
BU5.NE5S LOCALS
Read Macdonald's Christmas ad.
Ring up the Cummlngs Transfer Co
for baggage and general delivery.
Trained Nurse with lirst. class testimonials, free to take cases, Apply
Mrs.  J.  11. White, Third Btreet, city.
If you wish your Xmas cuke properly prepared, try Hobson, he will
make,  hake or  decorate it lor you.
Son the Cummlngs Transfer Co. for
Cutters and Delivery Sleighs—Prices
right,
Nurse Arnold desires to take en-
i-a.'iiiiciits in general or maternity
work. Certificated Mldw fe. 'Perms
moderate Vddress Third St. corner oi   Robson  avenue. t.c.
We are putting parcels away right
along for Christmas. Com.' in and
soo our selection.—Macdonald's drug
storo.
Now Is tlie time to leave your
or,lor (or one of Hobson's home-made
plum puddings, mad' from a receipt
used by the Uoyal Family.
Try llohson's for any of the follow
Ing lines if you wish the best— Apples, oranges, bananas, crapes,
sweet potatoes, celery, cranberries
rn* Jap oranges.
A Bpecial line of delicacies for the
Christmas trade Including all kinds
ol macaroni, Swiss and Gorganzola
. lieose, Anchovy In salt, Tonny in
oil, Imported direct from Italy; expected to arrive this week. Leave
orders enrly. —ll. GaUicano, Second
stroet. 2t.
Oadbury's chocolates, wc arc carry
ing a lull line of those celebrated
sweets; we also have Robertson's,
Lowney's nnd McCormlck's, all leading lines at Hobson's.
It. II. 'l't-iicniaii, photographer, hn-
• lceidi'd lo remain in Revelstoke nil
December on account of the many appointments ioi* sittings nml io Hun
uglily introduce iniv superior p'uti-
i nm photographs mounted on up-to-
date ini'iii'is .nnl lolileis. Will givi
all     Kx  III   t'lilni'geliielil       willi     each
dozen of above up to lllst December,
llllll. Studio over ('. K. Mucdonn'd's
Drug Store. Nov. 80 2t,
You are busy thinking what yon will give for Xmas
You can get clear of a lot of the worry by coming to
this Store, where you will gntln variety of goods, suitable to the season, to select from, Kvery day we are
opening something new, and our prices arc very reasonable.
NEW
XMAS
BLOUSES
Just opened this week some of llic
nicest Mouses we have yet shown,
They com,' in Net, Taffeta, llrsi*
line, Tanialine and  PancySilks, ill
all colors, ami prioe* range fr, in
SI.OH ii]). ,\m 0ne would be delighted to get one of these.
$4.00 Up
Married
Dr.
and
Mrs.   .1.
II.
I In nnl
on have
returned ,'
rom a v
sit
to th
*
R I,
igan
Domlnii
in Timbei
ol   N
I'lSol
.    was it
th
■ city
a   Moi
day,
; "ITH  -  McKENSKY    At Christ
IJ.   C,   by  Hoc
, ......    December
. ■ Dr.  Harry Griffith,    of
oi • Pearl
:.• v.   if Vs er, B. C.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
•    I the season,—
tonight gold   attire at
■ y       Court
I on Dec.
till  Dec. llth
;     ■ M,.u will      be
•     ■  tbe Masquerade
al  event     of
il is      thi
-.it     "In  Ri *
Fui . effects, eleg
■   ::,• .   '■ '■   u   food
Ball Bt the
■    ■   :   .-:.'.
■ k      a
■  • .    est macai
citj  ai
m ,,:   Na] li s,  Italy.
■
• liriatmas
rting ol
u *
well  to      place
•    '-nrly.
■   .    City Band
[oi   tbe  Hi sl  halt
■• -. .        .   ■   ■     '    qui
.   aftei
e Orchestra •»
thi  erection oi thi   fine
* .- for the Dom i
Lumber company, Lii
>    lay.      A   largo  n   ii   .
-..    -orn have Bgured on the
w  rk.
It.  Steisi .  . :   i'n*   Di im n    n      sin
nulls Co.,  Three  Valley,   was in    the
city on   Mm,day.
Don't forgot thai  thi   Grand  "
at   the   Ma Ba at
• o'clock  tonight.
Snap shot  i lam
es for  Nina,*-  trade at  T ic a
t.c.
Ml.*-.   Hows   will
■ ■   re  talk  "i,   Pr da
the Bdlson Theatr
Don't I ■ he Illustrate
Fridn\
l ,000  ti • t movil
* • ires.   A,In:
Ti. irsday    ton   i
I the I      '       ■ he     fmmai
• i,   at
■
Mr. . i*
■
Mrs.  J. J
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IV  C. T. r. will meet at
:. mie of Mrs.  P.   W,   Laing,     Sixth
afternoon al
' i..     All an ted.
the M
this
even ng,  will be a
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, ■ Fori France*, will     take
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branch,  Vancouver, of
•      Bank * I    Commerce,
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ii     it,,' monaivr  of  the
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■ "i *.  in  11,.     Ity,       in*
Im * ■     hen
: ■    immi a im Ions an I''
Vancouver Merchants bn ..*
.   Mm    ii   thieo   year I   11 lal   an !    ai o
al. in* I,     I will send iop.  * of tltroo
■ * • ally    ilraftod     ' I 'ollci tloi    l,ol
■ i.i, <■•,,, i    f One lioiini, nn l
Mn io    investigate tbe   tnto
mini   al   lho   lop,      THOS,   CONNOR,
Room 3, Court Houso Block,     V«u-
cower, li. 0.
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Mr. l,a i
n   during 'i'" '*ti
* a    and   reports
Tli" Tin * ,i   11     is
nne oi  11"   * up-l ,n    ihe
r nnd n ' * Mr.
i' mi *   1,11,i,/hi   ahi i .   new
oi" ition in iln mechanical do
..o im iiis which hnvo greatly ml led
to tin* largo amount ol worn i.n.
this yeur.
Bews' Drug Store
AN ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
Xmas and New Year Cards
FIFTY DIFFERENT KINDS
British Columbia Xmas Cards    ioc. to ,;,sc.
4-Piece Local View Drop Calendar   25c
Bridge View Calendar      25-.'.
Town View Calendars  3 for 50c.
Xmas Lettercttes, boxes of (> and 8 35c. to $1.50
Qualit)   EMBOSSED Cards   25c
Celluloid and Sill< Cards    25c. to 75c
Harrison Fisher Calendar $3.50
Ebony Fitted Cases
Sel ,. $
  $5, $8, Sn,
*:      " Sin. .KI
-
..i,J \I in-
,. s
Sterling Silver
Manicure  $20.00
Hi nsh, Comb   and .Minor $35
1  pair  Military  Brushes and
Comb  $20.00
Frames  $1 to $5
Musical Instruments
Violins, Guitars, Mandolins, Accordeons,
Autoharps,   Banjos, etc.
Gam
es
Thermos   Goods
■ * ■'-1 1
s
r, pi 111
1.,* S'c
ti ', I,
A complete line of Julian Sale Leather
Goods, and Eaton Hurlbut Fancy
Note Papers  in Xmas Boxes
Bews' Drug Store
THE    PLACE    OF    PRESENTS
NEW    UNDERSKIRTS
Something new and natty. Beautiful effects iu shot
Silks as \ioll as all llm bosl colors and black. Look at
them. We have all prices in Moire, Moriette, Heather
Bloom, etc., iu black, brown, navy and green, (rom
fl.30 ii]i.
WARM   DRESSING GOWNS
.Mado from a very warm Kimona Cloth, in all tbo best
colors, with ,L.ii*llc. Sou uiil liml these very light ami
Mann.   They soli from $5.00 up to >s..su.
HOLIDAY   NOVELTIES
Wo mo making a good display ot useful Holiday novelties, such as Tie Racks, I'in Cushions, Hal Pin Holders.
Shaving Cases, Clove and Handkerchief Moms, etc.
You will lind a very large assortment, and prions are
attractive.
mz&
£/ma/i.
fi
coo p ; ::c a ■■ tar.xsi'SS
THE BUSY STORE
There is a reeson lot* this, quality and fair treatment bus won
the volume of business we now enjoy,
Jlur Xmas goods arc ill, and our Block is better than ever.
By careful judgment ill buying we call oiler the public exceptionally good values tbis year,
Togetthebest results use ROBIN HOOD FLOUR for
lioine baking.
G. W. Bell
P. O.   Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SHIUM
Tin* Greatest Health Resort 011 the Continent
Naliiial Hot Water, 1J4 Degree of ilea
Natural llm Water in Baths,   O, :v. All Vear
Rates from $12 to $15 Fer Week
Men's Fall Hats
Wc have jusl pul in stock a large assortment
id Stetson, Carter, Redmond, Pitt and
lleadfonn Mats in still's and softs. To sec
Ihciii is !•' buy one, that is why wc want
\ .hi lo look our stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We ■ **'■ c prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand lor Shirts with sofi, double
CufTs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell'at
popular prices,
MeKinnon &Sutkerla m
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
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