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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $G().
Interior Publishing Co., Agls
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The Mai
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol  16 -No. 87
REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVUM BttK 5, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
ALL HANDS ROUND
EVEflY
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   NOR  SELL   GOODS   FOR   LESS THAN THEY
COST US.
IF YOU WANT TO BE IN ON  THIS  DANCE   AND BE
HAPPY. BUY OUR HIGH GRADE GUARANTEED GOODS.
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
laHBBHttgBaBBBaBHMBBHj
Imperial Bank of Canada
Howl Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized -      -     $10,000 000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5,575,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      5 ^30,000.00
Reserve •       -       5.bou, .,00.00
Lloyds
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National Bank. .
Savings Bank Department
BOARD DI TRADE
flevelstake-Robson Mail Seriice
mlLm
Will Be Pressed
The regular meeting of the board
ol trade was held on Thursday night
with president W, H. Pratt in the
chair. Hut little business occupied
tho attention ol the members,
Tlie matter of the necessity of linv
nig a mini clerk on the 0. P. R. run
between Itevelstoke nnd Hobson, on
the Arrow lakes service was again
brought up, the secretary reporting
that the postal department still considered this nn unnecessary expense.
The iiucstion has been taken up
witli interest by all points along th«
Arrow lakes nml petitions are being
circulated to convince the department ol its necessity, especially ns
the settlements along the lakes nre
growing so rapidly. Nelson is taking up the mat ter very actively. It
was resolved to still further press
the case.
The secretary stated that so far
the city council had not given the
board a report in regard to the reservation of certain lands north of
the city for the conservation of
Revelstoke's  water supply.
The London Kngland Standard
wrote asking the board to state fully whether it was in favor of Uritish
preferential  tarifl with  Canada.
,1. P. McLennan, of the advertising
committee reported on the matter of
the suggestion of 11. Tapping, that
he should he special representative oi
the hoard of trade in Kngland ami
distribute the new booklet there und
talk tip Revelstoke generally. The re
port, which wus adopted, pointed out
thnt while thc idea was a very good
one, yet, on the other hand, the
board had no money to spend in
this direction. It suggested, bow-
ever, that Mr. Tapping he a committee to interview the city council
ami ask their assistance as they
might  possibly  finance  it.
Mr. Tapping did not feel Inclined
to act on this suggestion without
the backing of the board. The matter was left in abeyance till thc hook
lets were finished,
R. Tapping brought up the question ion of the necessity of a subway
crossing at the C. P. R. track at
the foot of McKenzie avenue, for the
convenience of pedestrians and traffic generally. Thc Board wereunan-
imous in their opinion that this was
very necessary and the matter will
he taken up with the railway commission at an early date
The president is anxious to have
a well attended meeting next month
in order that the board may prepare a list of important matters
closely affecting Revelstoke and relative to its progre-s and development, and submit the same to the
Hon. Thos. Taylor so that he can
take them up at the next silting ol
the legislature in January, and
press our claims.
ed by imprisonment in the county
jail for nol less than six months nor
more than two years, etc."
This statute, of course, does not
apply to animals when they are reduced to captivity and made the sub
ject of private ownership and kept in
control and confinement by the owner.
Thc
HUGE TIMBER DEAL
Local Mills Acquired by Dominion
Sawmill and Lumber Co.
Calgary,  Nov.  4.—-The  biggest tim-
ntt.orney-general    of Montana,   ber deal in the history of the Koote
states that in liis opinion, tho
slaughter of these wild animals,
which cannot lie captured or confined
anil which have not the 'aninum ro-
vi'i'endi' nre subject to the protection
ol the game laws of this state, and
advises the gnmo warden to take
steps to prevent the killing of these
animals, and the punishment of nny
person or persons guilty ol violations  above referred  to.
current
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received, and  interest allowed at
■ent rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Creamery gutter
Eastern Townships
Shamrock
Alberta Government
Independent Creamery
P.   BURNS   &   CO.
Ihe Apple Show
No greater evidence of the prosperity and wealth of Canada can be
seen than in the unqualified succesi
of the first Canadian National Ap
pie show at Vancouver. The dis
play is a revelation and the exhibit
ion is worthy of Uritish Columbia,
and ol what she is hound to become
us a fruit producer. Even the most
pessimistic must confess to the immense possibilities and capabilities
ol this province in this industry
The Kootenays have shown to tin
world what they can produce and tin*
same can be Mid ol every part ol
British Columbia. The promoters
of the show deserve the highest cred
it and it would be extremely dillicult
to over estimate the importance o'
ihe exhibition and the eflrct it will
have on thc great Iruit growing in
dustry  of the  west.
A Welcome Revival
Ample proof was gi.'in last night
of the certainty that Wm. Ejhakes-
peare is not dead in Revelstoke, und
that the revival of his plays in this
city was highly appro .dated. "Twelfth Night," produced at the hdiscm
theatre last evening by C.P. Walker
with Win. Yule thc well known comedian, nnd Miss Violet K.ldy in the
lead.ng roles, fully came np to llie
expectations of the large audience
that packed thc house.
Shakespeare's comedies are not like
those of modern times which are
only vapid, flippant and aimless,
without any real depths of cleverness
but in the days when conditions of
life were more sedate and the hustle
ot chasing alter thc "almighty dollar" had not entered so much into
men's thoughts, the people had more
time to spare and devote to the
many forms of pleasance and coquetry which was so typical of the old
days. Twelfth Night is brim full of
good old fashioned wit and humor,
every scene being characterized by
the real comedy that has been handed down through all these years,
comedy which, while it amuses, also
teaches. The production last night
was refreshingly new after the usual
run of highly modern plays and was
represented by a highly talented com
puny, each making the most of his
and her part. W. Yule as Sir Toby
was the principal figure and acted
his part with skill and perfection,
which has made his name so prominent in the west. Dainty and charming with a hauteur yet sweetness
that was irresistible Miss Kddy play
ed "Viola" demonstrating her ability and talent. Miss Kddy made a
delightful boy, her graceful pose and
musical voice lending a charm of appearance that could not fail to
please.
The balance of the company sustained the characters they represented most admirably and the whole
enhanced hy appropriate and handsome scenery, correct and picturesque costumes, made a most delightful entertainment. Scene after scene
followed in quick succession, and
there was an absence of any long
waits between acts.
We are pleased to sec a revival of
Shakespeare here and would welcome more of it.
nay was announced here today. By
it the Dominion Sawmill & Lumber
company, limited, a recently formed
Knglish compnny which recsnl.ly took
over the Mundy Lumber company of
Three Valley, acquired complete own
ership of all the interests of the How
man Lumber company, th,' RevelBtoke Sawmills company and the
Vale Columbia  Lumber company.
The deal, which wns negotiated hy
the Western Canada Investments of
this city, involves considerations
amounting in all to over two million
dollars.
Included in the ileal are four sawmills, among them those of the Yale
Columbia Lumber company of Cascade and Nelson and all the lumber
limits of the tree companies mentioned, embracing in all 2111 square
miles on which it is estimated there
arc three and a half billion feet of
standing  timber.
With the interests acquired from
lbe Mundy Lumber company a few
months ago the Dominion Sawmills
& Lumber company now hns in its
absolute ownership six sawmills with
a capacity of onu hundred and fifty
million feet of lumber annually and
five and a half billion feet of stand,
ing timber.
ThcDominion Sawmills & Lumber
company, limited, was incorporated
in thc old country last summer for
the purposes of acquiring the mills
and holdings of the Mundy Lumber
company, but in view of its recent
purchases its capital hns hem placed
at five million dollars, with a bond
issue of four million dollars.
The company will continue thc operations of all its mills.
The president of thc Dominion com
pany is Mr. S.A. Mundy late of the
Mundy Lumlicr company, while Mr,
S. H. Bowman, late of the Uowman
Lumber company and the Yale-
Columbia Lumber company, will be
manager of the sales department of
thc new company.
LlMITKD.
J
Ladies'Furs! Ladies' Furs!
A   nice    assortment   i>>   choose   irom   at
Reasonable Prices
JUST PUT IN STOCK LADIES   WARM WINTER SKIRTS
A nice range uf sizes.   Good Materials,
Mrs. A. G. Crick, - First St.
TWO DOORS BAST OK  EDISON THKATRB
To Protect Wild Buffalo
The state of Montana it is an
nounced will take steps to prevent
the killing of wild buflalo by lit w
aril Douglas, dominion pari. ''om
missioner, and others, on the gr-.un.l
that thc I,".Halo although tiny were
subject to private ownership when
they were placed in captivity nnd
under the control of Pablo, that
those, which on ncrount of their wild
slate eould not be siillleiently controlled to allow delivery to thc purchaser, and which cannot now he
brought inio nnd held within nn enclosure, are under the laws of this
state wild animals. The fact Indicate that the purpose ot the hunt
is to kill theM annuals on account
. f ilu- Inct   that they nre wild      nnd
In Fine Condition
Victoria, Nov. I.— The Karl of Har
rowby is making a tour of tho empire and was in Vancouver and Victoria this week.
During his visit to thc province he
has been very much surprised at the
amount of money which is h?ing
spent in Uritish Columbia for educational purposes, nnd especially with
the splendid school buildings thnt he
has seen. At the department he was
shown photographs of thc schools at
Vernon, Itevelstoke, Nelson and other
places. When told of the population
of these places he remnrked that
towns that size in thc old country
would have only Iwo or three little
cottages with single rooms ns
schools! The minister of education
has furnished him with the fads and
figures with reference to education in
British Columbia since thc schools
v. it ' made free in 1872. In that
year the province spent. $2:i,(]0n on
education. This year thc government is spend,ng on cdurntion $1,-
1 CO, (1(1*0 am! the municipalities about
$1,00(1,0*11(1 more. The earl expressed
himself hardly able to helievo the
facts presented to him, nnd promises
to astonish- his friends in the old
country when he goes back.
Help the Boys Along
In a letter to H. N, Coursier. Joe
Lally, the well known lacrosse enthusiast, says in regard to his having been reported as meeting obstacles  in  Revelstoke  over  the form-
I tion of a school lacrosse league.
"You    are  quite      right  in  Raying
j that I have been  misquoted. Tbe
only  plases where  I did  not    receive
encouragement     was    at    L-tr.bbridge
1 and Saskatoon. I only wish thievery town in the west was as en
thusiastic as you are In Kevelstoke,
and there would be no fo'ir as to
the future of thc greatest of all bem
mer games. I regret very much that
the name of your town sh-uid ha\e
been mixed up in this ma mer and I
would be grateful if y.iu will have
your local paper say so. I '-hall
always bc glad to do what I cm
to assist lhe boys in Heel -itoke,
which was thc finest place along thc
line I stopped at and the Brut consequently to nssist ine in fV mission west.
October License Fees
Victoria, Nov. 4.—Timber licenses
issued for thc month of October
were:—West of the Cascades, 343; receipts, $*4K,'K;r.; enst of the Casendei,
SGI, reeeipts $41,.195. Coal prospecting licenses    numbered i!'.ii   receipts
S :O,10fl.      Timber      licenses  tn,'islet's
CHJRCHES
Methodist church services on Sunday bb follows:—11 a.m., 7:3u n.m.
Thc Rev. Henry Wilson, of Trout
Lake, will preach at both thcsi services. 'i.'.W p.m., Sunday school and
Bible classes. 8 p.m. Monday evening, Kpworth league; K p.m. Wednesday evening, prayer meeting; 7:15
p.m. Thursday evening, Boys Brigade
A cordial Invitation is extended to
the  public.
Bt. Peter's Anglican, Rev. c. a.
Procunler, ,M. a. rector 24th Bun-day
after Trinity. X a.m.,  Holy  Com
munion; 11 a.m., Maims and Holy
Communion; 7:30 a.m., Kvensong;
I'M  p.m.,  Sunday school,
Healers
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,
t">il Heaters, etc. Sask-Alta
Kootenay and Hotel Ranges
always on hand.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS
Bourne B
ourne Dros.
B383SEE3EEEES53EEE 0 aaSBHEX393B
i
Look! What's Doing
in Boys' Clothing
M
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It is not a question of "can you afford  to buy
your son a suit just  now,"  but,   rather,   "can
you afford not to."
Boys' Suits that were from *4.50 up to *6.00.
Now $2.50
They are a few odd lines which we are clearing
out and there is every size  in  the assortment.
SEE OUR WINDOW
McRae Mercantile Co., Limited
Men's and Boys' Outfitters
1
Choice
Poultry
and Meats
We're not crowing idly we're just assuring
the public that our present Mock of Meats and
Poultry is the best we ever offered. The I'oul-
trv is dry-picked, young and lender. The
meals are the choicest- every portion is cut
from young stock. Leave us an order and you
will come again.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
unruly anil eannot l>€ reduced to cap 1
t.vity.    K inch is their condition, it   brought In $.1045;    coal pr upci'i. Uriel the very reason  why      they ' ,.nm„  transfers  $■195;   penalties  $!2M;
cannot  be killed at all. miscellaneous, $11;  total  revenue    of
The lnw says: —"Any person     who   timber     department   for tho month,
wilfully shoots or kills, or causes to   $122,002,
he shot or killed, any moose, bison, '	
buflalo, caribou shall be puuish      i2lt. linoleum at Howsoa's
School Attendance
num BOHOOL
Alli'ijibuie.e   at     Kevelstoke      High
School for month of October, 1010.
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14
II
'id
On Monday nest, if all goes well,
tho new twenty-four hour light and
power service will commonre. This
will Ih! of great conveiiieiic.' to the
public and mnrks a most important
epoch in the hiBtory of progressive
Revelstoke.
Moving ricturoi to-night,
MIM HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The '■;' lie I Ii* tl Retorf on the Continent
Natural Hoi Water, 1J4 Degree of Hen
Natural l!"i W.iter in Baths.   O,   B All Vc.ir
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
M
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High poliool,
Div. I.  .
. yi
!I5 51
High ho nn 1,
Div. II..
n
08 40
To'a f
:«
'.Mi 62
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. rage \
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
SATOHDAY, Nov. r.Ti i. run.
Cl.eflfcalMbevalb
PDBLJ8BKD   WEDNESDAY   ANU
SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Sntertot publtsbtng Company,
Limited
H
ABVEY, McCAKTKK
AND PINKHAM,
BA.RKI8THK8, SOL1CITOHS, KTC,
I   . .    >    , Hui i i*:.n<*   Ui, \ i.i
BTOKV, B. C,
^oney t-n Ioaii.
OfBou-BeveUiUiks,   .('., Cranbrook, H i'.
Bko. rt. Mi i «.ki k-u
A. M.   1'INKHAM'
Revelstoke,
J. A. Hahvkv,
i i.,i.l* !>
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1LL1AM 1, 13KIUUS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc,
Solicitors for:—
Thk Canadian Bank ok Oommbbob,
Thk Molsons Hank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   -   RBVBLBTOKB, B.O
1)OBK14T SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor.
Mining Surveyor
Engineering
McKknzik Avkni i:
Box KKI, REVBLBTOKB
Improved and Unimproved Fruit Lands
Near City, in 5 and IO Acre Blocks.
Banff Hard  Coal.
Wellington Soft Coal
Mixed Cordwood.
Headquarters for the Best and
Leading Fire, Life, Accident and
Health Insurance.    Money to Loan.
c. w. o  w
Mountain view Camn  No. 119
Moni! Sacoml nnd   fourth   Wi,.l d«r«   In
e^cli luoiilh, iu Selkirk Hall.     Ulltlui  W olid-
u,cu crJiiil!) invited In iill-Mut.
w   B. OSBORNE, Con. Com.
JAM   MelN'l Villi. I'li-lk.
Kootona    Lodgo. No. IS, A F. A A. M.
Tlu, roiiulio uiuut-
Inns 'ou inn,) in iho
MASONIC TBU'
I'l.K.   Odd fol lows'
II.ill. 1,11 ll.o Lliir.l
Mulldliy in snoll
in,,iitli ill 8 pin.
Visiting lirutliron
nro ei.r,linll>* will*
cine.
J. T   POLLOCK. M IBTRB
CHAS. J. AMAN. Hi:i ion ui
"sELKlKK LOOOK 12, I.O, O. K.
Monls evory IHinrs.
iluy livening in Bol-
Uirk HhII nl 8 o'clock
fVllltlng brolhrsti nro
oordlslly iovitcl to HttsnJ.
K S SQUABEURKiaS, N.O.    J. MATH1E Sue
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   ANU  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
nl speeches ondeavor to roiiBo excite" outer Bhadow, nt 6:4-8, I'm,iir time.
iiii'iii    nml inini rush mi hi'linlf     of 'i'lie eclipse will Btart at 1:87 p,  in.,
their cause ol liomo rule lor Ireland becoming total aboul   I p.m.      This
or Scotland, will gel  tin' backing of shouln he o- partlcdlar Interest     to
those  who nn'  most  Influential    mil oil  science loving people,    tspeelally
rians'^oi^rwaT ll '"^ 16*0061   Oil  ?WM^ TMilS
crossing when going to and Irom | one of tho most Important appll-
ilii' Btatlon, while a frolglrl train is nnoes for live Bafcty ol iln patrons
being uniii' up, n proceeding which, Bud their comforl now Installed by
not untrotiuently, takes considerable the o, p, u. on nil thoir pasBenger
time, Unlortunatoly tbe Btatlon is trains, is the portable telephone. Id-
la tho very worsl possible location though during tho summer months,
for easy access nml especially so ,|u. apparatus is linnlly ever used un
when trains during switching opera- ions „ train meets with somo serious
lions nro occupying the only means „,iHlmp a long way between stations
available to the public for reaching ,,r telephone shacks, yet it is in tlie
il. This state of affaire is causing winter whin it will he most used,
much annoyance to lho citizens gen w|lon Bnow cities Btlln n u.nin lln,i
.ially nii.i some moans will soon provont outside communication, The
hnve to ho adopted io remedy the apparatus consists of a long pole
difficulty. This could easily he (^tod with two wires which enn lie
solved hy n well constructed SUb- hooked over the two telephone wires
way   which  would   relieve  the       rail- that  rim along side tho track      from
'way company of nil responsibility in station to station.     Connected     to
iho way of accidents nnd at the same those  pole wires  is a small  portable
time  the  public  who   use  the station telephone mil when  lhe operator who
and those who live on  ihe north si'do l:i usually one of tho train new wish
id  the  truck      will  noi   he  ineonven- oe t,, communicate  with the    nearest
ieileeil    nt.      the  crossing  hy   Waiting
for trains    to leave the road   clear,
! It   is  to  be  hoped   lhal      lhe      city
'will   lay   the   null lei*   before   the   mil strumonl  nnd  enn   talk   lo  the  opera
THE MOLSONS BmNK
INCORPORATED  1518
Capital Paid Up $4,0GC,C00
Reseive Fund $4 400,000
I!a.; 77   .ranches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL DANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK    DEPARTMENT
At all Branches.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, 8. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Btatlon, ho rings in iii tlie ordinary
way. All station telephones in the
s,Mil's mo aiii'i'ied by the portable in
way commission al  nn curly dnte.
do not listen to hot headed nnd Inn
tttlcal language to impress them. I.ei
iis preserve ns o solid unit the British Isles nml not seek to disintegrate the Mother country.
those nl,  lhe city   power house.
CHEAP POWER,
Apropos   of   the Inauguration of n
t w* nl.v four hour light ami power
service throughout llie city, the real
Izatlon conies home to ns thnt the
cily hns ll greal deal of power to
sell and it is to her interests to advertise this fact ns well ns demonstrate the utility for domestic nnd j
olher purposos of electricity. Cheap
power is one of the greatest necessl-
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26, Revelstoko, B. C.
M -pis even- Wednesday except I liird Wo Iiio.iIhv nf ouch
month, in tli« U'I ifellowi Hull
at .•• .,'rl.ick. Visiting Knights
are cur.lnilly invited.
D. A. UcDONALI), ti. U.
Q. H  BHuVt.   K. ol H. A » and M. o" F.
Court
Mt. Begb e
3461
Meets in I. O. O. 1''. Mall next to
Tapping's Opera House, every second
uiul fourth Monday in month.
Visiting brethren coidlally welcomed.
('. H.,  L'LARBNCK tlARTB.
Rec.-Sec. ll. \V. Edwards
Many complaints have been voiced
recently al  the manner In which par
eel-     hnve      come   through   th.'   mails
(rom   the   United   States especially   as
well   as   from   otoor   pails.   Some    of
these   packages   have   reached       their
destination   here   in   a   state   of   utter
wreck    nml     ruin.       We  would  urge   tie::    n  building   up  a  manufacturing
lhat parcels be handled heller     nnd   community.     It. will he one of     the
whoever     is     responsible    for    this,   great  features  whieh  will  attract ca-
wbether it     be locally or nt     other   pitallsts here,  and  by  its  utilization
points,   should   be  notified  and    more   we  can  expect       to   transform       our
care   exercised,      There   is   no       need    sparsely   settled   country   into   a   hive   ,,     .
for a parcel to be crushed out  of nil   of  industry  to  which people  will    be
recognition in the mnils and the pub   attracted from all parts. We hnve no
lie  arc   entitled   to   have   their  goods   cheap   labor   to   oiler   investors,     nor
Carefully      linndlrd    bv     iill    officials   do     we  want  it.      If, however,      we
L. 0.1. Notice
Members of I,. 0, I.. 11'.T.S and visil
ini; brothers are requested to meet
at the old post "lice hull 2nd Street
west ni 6:45 p.m.. Sunday, Nov. 6th
to attend Divine service at St.
John's Presbyterian church,
Rev, M. Q, Melvin will preach on
the subject "Tlie EucharlStiC Congress." General public cordially invited.
Bowling Schedule
Wed., Nov. 2--.I.H.C  v  Y.  M. O.A.
Thiirs.,   Nov.     3—Postponed same,
Denis v  .1.  II.  0.
Pri.,  Nov.   1- Denis  v  0,  I'.   H.
Men.,  Nov. 7   Businessmen v V.M.
ioi* on the train,
it is easy to see bow valuable is
thia arrangement for the travelling
I public, for should anything of n hit
ious naturo happens to the train, it
can at once communicate with a
iii'mh.T of slulions for nssislnuco. In
regard to the 0. 1'. li. telephone By-
stem generally, K. 0, Camp, who is
in charge of this department in B.O,
and who very courteously explained
the working of the portable telephones to the Mail Herald representative in the train on Thursday, states that a complete set. ol Instruments
have been Installed al mosl. of the
0. 1'. It. stations ulong the line in
this province ami the entire system
is  in excellent condition.
whon  in  transit.
On November 11".tli lievelstoke people will, weather permitting, huve
another opportunity to witness a
total clipse of the moon, or rather
the latter pnrt of such a phenomenon, lor the beginning will he visible
only in Eastern Oanada and in Kur
il ive cheap power it will place this
city "ii an equal footing with other
districts nnd will insure general pros
I*.rity such ns the advent of cheap
la hor will never bring. Kevelstoke
is conveniently situated for industrial purposes nnd no opportunity
Bhi aid he lost to induce capitalists
nnd those seeking location for mnnu-
ope    and    Asia. An    eclipse
ih'' moon is not of uncommon     occurrence, several occurring annually,
though      it    is    rare   that   the entire
,,[   (actures t" settle  in  our midst.
A  SUBWAY CROSSING
What  is  one  of  the  worst features
Wed.,  Nov.  8—J.B.C.   v Corleys.
Fri„ Nov. ll- cr.It. v Y. M.C.A.
Moll.,   Nov.   14—Dents  v Corleys.
Tus., Nov. a—J, li. 0. v Businessmen.
Pri.,  Nov.IS—Businessmen  v Dents.
Mon., Nov. 21—C.cH. v Oorleys.
Wed.,  Nov.  22— Y.M.C.A.  V Dents.
Pri., Nov. 25-J.D.O.  v C.r.R.
Mon., Nov. 88—Businessmen v Corleys.
Wed., Nov. 30— Dents v J.  11. 0.
Pri.,  Dec.a-O.P.R.  v  Y.M.C.A.
I,, ll. 1,. 165*8 are issuing Invito
tions to an "Al Home" to bc held
in Selkirk Hall on Monday, November 7lh. Rev. 11. 1'. Thorpe, deputy
grand chaplain, will speak on " The
fireworks thnt did not go oil." Rev.
U. ,1. Mclntyre, provincial grand
master, will also give an addresB. A
splendid programme has been prepared, refreshments will be served ami
those invited may expect an enjoyable time.
The premier prize of the lirst Cnn-
adlan Apph' show of $H1(!0 has been
awarded to Kelowna, its car ol Jonathans being pronounced by each ol
the judges to be the finest   car      of
eclipse can be seen from any one of Kevelstoke. besides being imprnc- \
part of the continent, The eclipse tlcal nnd detrimental to ibe public,;
of November    will be plainly visible  let  alone dangerous  in  the extreme,
Wed., Dec. 7—Corleys v  J. D.
Pri.,  Dee. 9—CP.R.  v DontB.
Mon., Dee.  12—Y.M.C.A. v Corleys.
pOLUMBIA CAMP No* 15071,
MODERN  WOODMEN OP AMERICA
Meets   every   Tuesday   nighl   in
Odd Fel ows II.di, snd  St., west.
All visiting tu* _:.i*or.aie invited to attend
A. T. Am now.     \\ ni. s. Sloan,
Consul, t lerk,
uie,  ihe moon rising totally eclips-   is tlie railwny crossing on McKenzie   will reassemble for business on Nov.
ed,    and  leaving  the  penumbra      or   avenue.      It   is   invariably  the    case   17th.
Mon.. Dec. 5—Businessmen v Dents.   ftl,])lcs 6ver showu at any exhibition.
The apples were practically perfect,
for out ot a possible lOOtl thc judges
awarded 117(1 marks. "The best I
have ever seen," declared .ludge Prof
H.  E.  Van Demnn  of Washington.
Moving pictures Friday and    Saturday at lh? Edison Theatre.
The Federal  parliament  at  Ottawa
CHRISTMAS GIFT MAKING
XS made very easy by n ''RVRIB" Cotalodue. C, You
can purchase Irom this just as aatislnctorily as by visiting
our store in person. C, Wc guarantee side delivery prepay
all postal mid express charges and refund tbo money il the
goods arc not perfectly satisfactory,
CATALOGUE  F
will ha mailed upon request* This contain* 1.12 pnges, in
colors, of Diamondsi Jewelry, Silvcrwurc, Chinat Novelties,
etc,
RYRIE BROS., LIMITED
Diamond  M.t* li.i.ii-..  Jeweler*  and Silversmiths
134-136-13-S   VONOC   ST.,  TORONTO
JAS. RYRIE, Pretldtat, HARRY RYR1C. Sco.-Trci..
1
i
NICOLA
COAL
SPECIAL REDUCTION
LUMP
NUT
$8 50
$7.50
tr
*mtmmm
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Teach  of Voice, Piano U Organ
i'*.-.; *.!-::,,    eil foi TorontoConservaton j
ol Music,
U       Examinations,
Studio:   Second Street
£be flfcail-lberalfc
SATURDAY,  NOV. 5TH,  1910.
It seems the fashion these d»y. to
men with their ,*wu
particulai line u! bu"iues», ur to
tiuote (rom tue Scriptures "by then
xorlu shall ..*■*.■ know them." The
latest i. . : anka la ih«   Hon.
Thvmas Taylor, m.nister ol
Works,   •>:.*.   naa  uu*   .jevi,
. :uaio Taylor."
Tbe following Ij whal i       L
id the Greenwi  ■ I bodgi
,-.. *....,.:. .,i.i      The
| A     . I.    I .      I uo
but (       '
: ii ii weiti mm
* . i. ■
( :  the
in a c   mtl)   tavi iii
landl : It ie
•   tbe     dian
■--."as looMMd,     Men need .-* it"* cheap
In the lonely ipote "I thte .-. i
.nu >  * ' B< •'* h. i a,   Rich men
clubs ol tins province     can
-  an : gamble; then why not give
• .  ■ a < .mu. .   ti   play tni
.■-  wi rth ol  iruiks."
.\■ ■;    i iw  we ii'iirn that Scotland
is    *   no ■ ng    ' ii home rule.    The
next  thing  will  bc  that little \V.,1<*.
reel! hi u 1 lo thin     re
-;•'* t.    II peak vary high
ly fur the patriotism ol thoae win,
are afitatinu Ioi theae cbanges.There
seems to be a Bplril ol revolutloi
among certain claaaei ol liiitish Mil,
JcctB ti. try and split up the British
. iml yet there is little dangei
that Biii-li men aa T, P, O'Connor lol
instance, who nre touring thc colon
l»s and every country where British
people arc found and with senmitiuu-
EDISON   THEATRE
r^
Saturday, Nov. 12.
The Big Musical Event
of the Season
Ladies' Choir
The Most Unique and Greatest Singing*
Organization that has Visited the West
Prices $1.50, $1.00, and 75c
Plan of Reserved Seats opens at C. R, Macdonald's
Drug Store on Tuesday, Nov. 8th.
Book Your Seats Early!!
Orders promptly filled
F. McCarty
UNION HOTEL
AUItlJWllKAl), B, C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists, Klrst-claw sample
rooms, finest scenery in Uritish Colombia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake,
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
TonnaugHt Ave.   •   Rovelstok
J
FOR SALE
Hay, Oats, Wheat,Bran
and Shorts
GEO. MATHESON & CO.
ISDN'S
Till Ul) STREET
Baled Hay
Still Dong Business/
Headquarters for Bulbs.
Two tons just arrived.
Also a full line of seeds,
ornamental stock, fertilizers, Bee supplies,
spray pumps, implements and all garden
requisites.
. J. HENRY
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,   -    Manage:
0.
JOBBING CARPENTER
Phono 276
Repairs Promptly
attended lo
Work Shop
Just back of
Skating Rink
IN
CARLOAD
LOTS
C. W. HEMLING
DIDSBURY,  ALTA.
J
ROOM AND HOAHD-Apply to Mrs.
I.  Morgan, Filth street, east      4t
LOST—Between Eldiaon Theatre nnd
U. Howson's residence, opera lias,
white pun velvet. Finder will rc-
I'l'ivc reward by returning same to
Mall-Herald Ollice.
Why not have yonr piano tuned.
We supply a man with years of experience and the beBt of recommond-
niii'iiH. Patronize home industry. —
Itevelstoke Music Btore.
Sh Hob's Cure
ii'ilcLly atopfl coudhs,  cares cold**, healf
llie throat aad Iudbs.      .   .   .      SO casta.
Remember tbat we carry tbc New
Hcale Williams piano and Piano
l'laycrs—the best on tbc market—at
the Revelstoke Music store.
©hanaoan College
Sttmrnerlanft, 36.C.
COURSES   FOR   I9IO-1I
Preparatory; lli^li School; Two
Years University; Business, in-
cludlng Stenography and Typewriting; l'iiiiio; Vocal,
Separate residences for young
men aud young women,
Well epulpped gymnasium,
l'Ai.t, Term Opkns srpt. 21.
I'or Calendar ai»d further particulars address ihe Principal
EVERETT   W   SAWYER
_
Fire Wood
For Sale
To be mi and delivered ns
ordered during the winter
months, In carload lots, two
tier to the cord, lir or tnni-
nrac, nieen, $H.7."> per cord,
dry, $4.38, f. a b. cms,
Orlndrod siding and Bnderby,   Apply
Bernard Roxoman
ENDBRBYi B, c,
! Page I
flATi'iniAY, Nov. r,Tii, miii'.
MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
fage »
LOOK!
LOOK        AM)        READ!
Actual compnrlBon of Eastern Catalogue prices, frelghi adHud, wltb
II OWSON'S     P K IC E S
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Dining Table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostermore Mattress
Winnipeg price
DOc.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.3b
2 40
5.10
15.00
Weight
Kill).
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b,
6011).
751b.
Freight
23c.
$3.53
3.87
28c.
3.52
3.76
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
Tolal
Howson's
Price dtliverecl
73c.
"
11
70c.
$10.72
it
ii
$9.60
14.42
it
i,
; 14.40
1.16
a
1,
1.20
12.47
a
>>
13.00
15.01
tt
"
14.00
4.96
ii
H
5.20
6 94
I,
ii
7.20
3.81
ii
ii
4.00
6,86
ii
::
7.20
16.50
We make mir protii hy »hip| inn In cur load lote, thereby paving fpigln i lies. Bring
catalogue giving description ol other goods nol ppwifled In thia lim lo our store and ■•••
will pn.ve our-Micini'iii-.    K mi'iulicr wo deliver goods and sel up free from breakage.
R.  HOWSON  & CO    -    Ki:m;i.stoivj:, ii. < .
2. ■■-.. ?3WKaMrMIIP
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL. D.   D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD,   G-nlkal Manager
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $10,CC0,CC0   RESERVE FUND, 55,000.000
HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO
LONDON. ENG.: 2 Lombard Street. EX.        NEW YORK: IS Exchange Place
MEXICO CITV: Avenida San Francisco, No. 50
In addition to tlio offices named above tlio Bank has branches
In every Province of Canada (including til tbo most important cities)
and in tho principal Pacific Con t seapi irts of tho United States.
2,111 is thoroughly equipped for the handling of collections and
other banking business in the territory covered by llic-se branches.
REVELBTOKE    BRANCH--*.    H.     kLLEN. ZMQR.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import diu'Ct from country ol origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
T?."rav.Fni_,s-i?OK:vv!   -a. n.
SNOWSHO
New Line
Stirrup   Attached
8G-50
F.   B.   WELLS
Pur Buyer nnd Exporter
Old Town.    -   Revelstoke, I!. (',
Palace Rcslaurani
Meftensio Avenue
Fruit, Can-die*, i RarB,Tol)fico.
Meals 85 npi 'p.
A. H. Sing, Proprielo*
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rites $i a day.    Monthly rate.
T.   ALBERT     STOHSTIE      JPJRO'JP.
Carriage and Sign
ainting
Shop in id ley hack of E. J. Bourne'i
store, First Street.
First   CJass  Work G.-arantocd.
Prices i.cusonul) e
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cot1, Si d St. ami It bsonaw
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kinds   neatly  il na
Bicycle nnil Gun work especially
E iti mates ufven on any clues
of work.
Front      Street
Send Yeur Orders
Tn ilu- undersigned (or
Famous Gait Coal
Ire, life and Accident liisiirance
Full particulars "( select building
lots given upon applicati *u
W. B. Robertson
Greal WuM Perilling nt I.n,.11
Company Agenry
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
nlarged ami Improved,    First-Clam! in every respect,    All modem convenience
Large Sum pie Hooiiih.
"?ates, $2.00 per day      'Special Weekly Ratei
Revelstoke, B.C.
COAL!
Another car of Wellington foul due to arrive.
Book your orders now before it is all gone.
Lethbridge Lump Coal always on hand, unsurpassed for domestic purposes. Good Nut Coal
in stock. Orders promptly delivered.
S.   Gr.   IROZBZBIISrS
1'IRK, I.Il'l'  AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.    PHONE    60
Mannfnr.tnrad for uli otasvv*) of ba Ming*
O-IVtM AND LiME FOR SALE
Iffi CLAY AKD FIRE BRICK
For «m1 ■ In 1 r.-«" t RtnnH 'i1'-1' '' les
al thn h w •-»  i rleos I" r en -i.
Ali kit ds of ' n Mf'-c nnd plu; t< ii ■:
v.- doc ■-
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
A DRY 3Ami*
WHSNITRMNS,
IF YOU WEAR
MEL
SLICS1ER
nil to, vsi.mcfMP nti
COMFOt.riTG'VlS taxis tr
THE SICKER OF QOALITY
sow evt/rmtim
T0V.ER CANADIAN CO.. ltd.
TCh-OIITO, C^HATA.
The underwear
without a fault
Cummings Transfer Co. LM.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
Baggage Transferred and General Graying
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
phono 276 REVELSTOKE. B.C.       Ni8ht can 71
A P0:>T CARD BRINGS
HELP FOR THE KIDNEYS
The Editor's Snap
Every unci' in » while some ebeer
lul Individual remarks to ua: "Well
now Unit the paper iH out, 1 sup-
pose yon can take It eaBylor three or
four days." Yen, how delightful it Ih
that a coilntry editor has nothing
to do between press dnys. Business
runs along nut.imintieuUjr, Wbon
paper hills come due money drops ofl
the trees with whieh to pny th-em.
Subscribers vie with each other to
ki i' who enn pay the furthest In advance. Advertisers beg for addition
al space. And tbe way the neWB
hunts up tha editor is nl-:o pleasant
to contemplate. There Is some-
thing really strange about the way
the news items act. When the paper Is out tlie editor simply noes to
his ,lesk and leans back in his easy
chair an.l looks wise anil waits (or
next week's press day. The day before press day the people line uu in
front ot the ollice door, and then
they liie pnst the desk and tell him
all the news of the week. Ite writes
it up in fifteen or twenty minutes,
takes it buck nn.l hangs it on the
hook. The compositors take the
copy and shake it over the type
case, say a few mystic words, the
type Hies into place, and after a few
passes by the foreman the forms nre
ready for the press again. And the
editor goes down and deposits some
more money in the bank. It Is thc
greatest snap in the cntalog. Now if
thc editor could only do away with
press day his job would bc complete
Luxuriousness in Travel
The climax ol luxuriousness in
ocean travel has been reached. Tbo
Interior of the new Atlantic liners Is
equipped with all thc comforts and
conveniences of a tirst-class hotel
and  the  latest  innovation   is  tbe os-
' UMtshment of a floating garden. A
gram house has been installed on
the sun deck of one of the giant
boats, In charge of a scientific gardener, nnd during the voyage     fresh
.fruit and vegetables are served daily
Flowers of all  kinds  are  also grown
nml passengers can obtain a button-
All
bole boiniiict every morning.
that is now lacking is golf links
where travellers could develop an ap
petite for a seven course dinner and
a  baseball  diamond.
GIN PILLS SENT FREE
We want all snfTcrers from Kidney
and Bladder Troubles, Lame Hack and
Rheumatism, to test GIN PILI.S, and
see for themselves that GIN PILLS will
really care all these troubles.
If your Kidneys are weak—if it pains
yon to urinate —if your back aches—if
hands and feet are crippled with Rheumatism -give GIN PILLS a chance to
prove that they will relieve you and
cure yo'i. It won't cost you a cent. You
don't hive to buy them. Simply write
us for a free sample.
"A fiort time ago, I received a free
(sample of GIN PILLS which I have
taken v ith such good effects that I herewith en dose .ve for a box of them. I
believe GIN PILLS are just the thingi'
forme.' RICHARD HAMtYN,
French river.
GIN PILI.S are so called because they
contain tlie medicinal principle of
Junipci berries, the essential principle of
Gin, hi t do not contain alcohol. 50c. a
box— 0 for £2.50— at dealers, and
guaran eed to give satisfaction or money
refund' 1. Sample box free if you write
ii*;. N. lional lirug and Chemical Co.,
Dept. \.'.,     Toronto. bi
EL C. Mining Record
I We have received the September
number of the I). C. Mining ami Kn-
glneering Record, edited by E. A.
Haggen.     In  addition to the editor-
: ial notes there are articles criticising the promotions of the Kootenay
Silver Lead Mines Ltd., Sheep Creek
Summit Gold Mines, limited, and
tbe Grand Trunk II. 0. Coal Co.
An interesting article is thnt on tin*
history and development of the
Tyee Copper company, wh.ch it appears is now extending its business
by taking up the smelting of silver-
lead ores, nn.l the manufacture ol
copper products, the first industry of
its kind  in  Canada.
"ther articles are:—Pacific Tin
Mining nnd Smelting company, I.orne
Amalgamated Gold Mine, Lucky Jim
Zinc Mm.', BJxploslhillty of coal dust
descriptions of the New Dominion
Oovernement Assay ollice at Van
Couvc"   "le towns of  Ladysmltb and
Dun....     S Vancouver   Island,      the
1 "is   ou
Mineral m, '  lal     entries      at
Vancouver  KxfiVlf.1'•■ -   ~*,,JInniilton
'ru,
Powder      Works      and   U.
Works nt   Nanaimo. | ,)f ,
I A very full account is given ol tllK
development work, ore occurences,
and values on the new mineral Held
being opened up on the Bkecna     in
tho vicinity of  Ilnzelton.
A description Is given of the conl
mini's i.n Vancouver bland and their
ivelopment, from which it appears
Hint Uritish Columbia has a coal
mine in the conducting of which as
far-reaching economy In the handling
nml saving of coal has been achieved
lis iii the ease of the pork packer who
saves all nf the hog bui the squeal.
The magazine is beautifully illustrated nnd neatly printed.
In discussing recently the new is
sues nf Canadian securities In London, Kngland, a lending Anglo Dana
,l,nn hanker snys: "London looks
with more or less dissatisfaction   on
sume of the Canadian schemes whicli
promoters are endeavoring to place.
Monetary conditions here are adverae
even for food projects nnd zhe mnrk-
ets nre still congested With this rlnss
of securities.      Canada's motto |ut1
now for Industrial issues should be.
'Go  sli.W.'   "
A new supply of grnmnphone roe
nrds just in, call around and look
tbem over.—Revelstoke Muiio storo.
CP.R. Stocks Uway Up
New York, Nov. 4.—Tbe fact that
, the common stock of the Canadian
I'acilic Railway touched 202— the
highest price on record— caused a
good deal of comment concerning thc
i great railroad. It is recalled that thc
last time the stock touched thc 200
mark in tho New York market was
in l'JO-C, in which year there was a
bumper crop and thc stock touched
20H. At that time there was but
little competition in handling the
wheat crop of thc prairies, and tfae
Canadian Pacillc was practically alone in the great virgiu field ol Western Canada.
Thirty years ago when the Canadian Pacific Railroad was started by
government aid, it was looked upon
ne a visionary scheme of clever politicians. It was supposed to be held
out an a sop to thoae wbo disagreed
with the idea of the nationalization
Of Canada.
It is only within the last decade
that the shares have reached par, a
price which was at one time considered exceedingly high, even by tne
road's most sanguine admirers. In its
early days tbe prospects of the toad**
were by no means bright. Canada
was then regarded as a wildernesa
largely covered with forest, while it
waa supposed that the road oui 1
never penetrate through tbe fastnesses of the Rocky Mountains to the
Pacific coast. The great plains o.'
the prairie provinces were thought to
be unfit for agricultural purposes,
aad the value of the timber on the
coast was not even suspected.
That was the state of the count.'/
when the great railroad, which was
tn play such an important part in
the upbuilding ot the "granary" of
the Uritish Umpire, had its beginning. Tmlay thc Canadian Pacific
operates  no  le-s  than  11,000      mi'.fs
■ own road, and controls anotb-
I
IOC  ~l   m''ea. which it uses as feeders.
The total assets. Including land,
11:11..imt to $279,000,000, against $176-
000,000 of bonds, leaving a s.ibstan-
tinl equity of {106,000,000, ag.iinst
•:.. 000,000 of preferred and $ $180,-
000,000 of common stock without including value of the railway
equipment which Ib reckoned at $317-
IIM.IIOO.
Month by month the traflic ol the
road is increasing at a very rapid
rate, nnd even if the agitation now
in progrr-s in the West is successful
111 getting lower rates the increOBed
trnlllc will render the decrease largely nugatory.
Nearly seven millions have been
.-.pint on Improvements In the paat
y, 111, while three and a half millions
have  Ix-cn spent on  branch  llnee.
The bonds of the C. P. R. find a
ready market in London nnd thecon-
tinnt. while the common Rtock baa
a most enviable reputation and there
is never nny difficulty in finding a
market for any  quantity of shares.
3bHob's Gure
nu cfclf   «.fop« < niiilli*,   curra  coldte   bralf
tbi il "jai and load*.       •   •   •      30 miii Page
TIIE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C
HAT'.'IWAY,  NOV,  TiTH,   1910.
DOMINION SAWMILLS CO.
S. A. Mundy Entertained by Ing-
lisli Financiers
A   luncheon   was  held  recently       nl
the Cannon streot dotal, London lOng
land,   which   was   largely  ntli ndod   by
promlnont members ol the stock Kx-
chiingi' nud other Infltiontlal people.
Including the Agent-General for the
i*i .**, inee ui Brll Ish Columbia, to
in,*! i Mr. S, A. Mundy 11lio managing director ol tha Dominion Saw
milli company) and other well-known
Cnnailliui ami American lumbermen,
Some very interesting Information
wns given regarding tho general fui
lire of the timber in.lusliy in British
Columbin ami the Dominion Sawmills company m particular, ll was
announced that (Ihh company bad
lei'i'iitly made, on favorable terms,
Important additional acquisitions
and alliances, and, lis a result, will
own approximately   six billion   feet
nl timjher      forests     nnd six working
sawmill nnd equipment, the tatter
representing an original investment
of over £800,003, which will have n
combined productive rapacity ol
150,000,000 ft. of manufactured tlm
ber per annum, and should produce
it was thought, n net profit of not
less than J.200', WW. The requirements for Interest on tho bonded
debt, It was added, will not amount
to more than £60,000 per annum,
leaving a surplus of $140,000 available for the common stock, the authorised amount ol which is only
£1,Mtl,llllll.
On the subject of the values of the
timber holdings it was stated that
the official price at which lhe Can a
dian raciflc offer for sale timber own
ed by them at the present day is $2
por 1,01X1 ft. Assuming this moderate
figure as a busi- ol present day valuation, the assets ol the company
would    amount to al t (2,700,000,
Ilnving regard to the rapid growth
of the value of standing timber, it
wns urged thnt a conservative value
for such timber as wns owned by the
compnny within n period of five
year- would be nol less than $.1 per
ft. On this basis, after live
years operation, the compnny would
hnve left nn aggregate of timber
standing in the forest, which would
be worth over flB.OOO.COO. Tins figure
would, it was Bald, represent n value
ol £4,0fl0,O!Xt lor the authorised com
mon -tuck issue of 61,000,000, equal
to 400 per rent., nfter providing for
the  bonded  debt  of   61,000,0001
The claim wns made ihut the Cum
pnny s recent acquisitions place it in
a controlling position, from the
standp",nt of production, for the
markets of the middle west ..f Oana
da. especially as it had nlso entered
ill!" an  alliance   with  the  most   pow
erf ul retail interest,     it had     thus
entrenched     itself,    both from      the
standpoint     of    production    and  the
marketing  of  Its   products.   With   re
gard  to the new  properties nr
the company  had enter,!  In  arrange
ment :be    continuant
management   by  the late owner
the  benefit   of  the  sawmill  compnny.
It   wns  unu mnced   thn:   the    m
n.cnts and extensions n'. the     com
I aiiy's mills would be c
(ore the ml   •:  I
Company  will  receive the full  b
ofoperatlon .urdir ihe
Get Rich Quick Schemes
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likely   thai   nett   vear   nnl   the     vein
aftei       there    will      bt       ; pie
prompt t" part with their money t.
fatten   the  bankacr,.nuts (,f      smooth
tnscnls.
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Look at this Real Fire Box
It is wide, long, and deep. It has thc coal capacity
that makes conking rasy all over thc top—ami f'>r
heating tho oven sothatalarge joint roasts perfectly
,-it the same time. More, it saves fuel ami reduces coal
bills. You'll never have to sacrifice your baking for
your cnokiiig on lop with this reliable lire box, Tlie
best results are always certain.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
(Bection 42.)
NOTICK is hereby given that,   on
tho Hint day of Uocombcr next,    application will bo made to tho Buper-
ntenilent of Provincial  Police for   a
enowal  of the hotel  license to    sell
Iquor by retail  in the  hotel  known
s tho (ilaclcr House  hotel,  situated
sh  Columbia.
Dated this 10th dny of Oct., 1910.
at lilacier,  In the Provlnco of Brit
O. P. n.
ct 15 Nov 17, Applicant
kootenay
Step,Ra"Se
There are a great many more exclusive points of merit
in a Kootenay lhat vou must see to thoroughly understand. Thc nearest'McClary agent will gladly go over
them witli you, one by one. Before you decide on any
range, write tlie nearest McClary branch for full particulars. It will cost only a cent for information that
means money in your pocket. bo
MSClarys
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LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICE! Is hereby given that,    on
ho lirst day of December next,      ap
lieation will  bo made to the Super
ll tendon t of Provincial Police for   a
Kilewul of the hotel licenso to      Bill
iiiuor  by  retuil   in   the  holel  known
us tho    Queen's hotel, situated     at
omaplix,  In the  Province of  Uritish
Columbia.
Dated this llth day of Oct., 1910.
J. II. YOUNU,
let.  15  Nov.  17 Applicant.
london.    Tur nto,     Montreal,     Winnipeg     Vancouver,     St. John, H.3.,     Hamilton,    Calijai
rOri^ALE BY BOURNE BROS ,REVELS i OKE
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICK Is hereby given  that,    on
he tirst day of December next,      ap
plication will bc made  to the Super
intendont of Provincial Police for   a
renewal  ol  thu hotel  license  to    sol,
liquor  by  retail  ln  tho  hotel  knowii
s the City hotel, situated at Arrow
head,    in tho     Province ol      British
Columbia.
Dated this lCth day of Oct., 1910.
JOHN CALEY,
Oct. 15 Nov 16 Applicant.
commonplace one is tempted to with
bold sympathy from those who riiBh
headlong into wild-eyed ventures.The
publicity      given     the    wireless   tele-
graph frauds following the arrest of
promoters Of this colossal swindle
did not deter tbe Montreal sharper
irom reaping a fortune from a new
set of eager "investors." This lat-
. *-t illustration ol the folly of attempting i" grow rich over night iu
speculative Bsbemes will be forgotten
.•I shnrt order, The processli n of
mon nn.I women with savings of
pears anxious t" throw uway will
continue just bo long ns the Imagination can bo drawn upon tu picture
an easier road tu opulence than that
opened by honest labor mil honest
invest ment.
Fire Alarm Boxes
FIRE BRIGADE Nu. TWO.
Dux Nu. 14—Comer F.rst street
end McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume
& Co.
Uut  No,   IS—Corner  First      street
ud  Rokeby  avenue,  post office.
Uox   No,   lii—Corner   Second   street
and   '."vernment   Road   and
iouse.
Uox   No    17        rr.er  Third
11   Campbell   avenue,   Globe
•■r company.
i:. x   N      It—I   PR.  statiOD
Box    Mi    -i
McKenzie      aver,
nirch.
Box   ■ mer
nd Orton aver,
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Coming Events
-lov. 12—Ladles' Royal Welsh Choir,
25 ladies from Cardifl, Wales.
Seats |1.50, $1-00 and 75c, at
Edison Theatre.
,'ovcmber 18.—St. Piter's Lades'
Guild entertainment, aftcru un
and cven.ng.      Opera  House.
*ec. 5—Opera Singers in "Managing
Mildred," direction of C.P. Walker.      Edison  Theatre.
X'cember    ".—Third    Annual      Masquerade Ball by Fire Brigade No.
One.     Opera  House.
an. 4—The Merry  Musicians,  direct-
LIQUOR ACT. 1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE  ia hereby given that,    on
ho  first duy ol December next,    ap
lieation will bo mado to the Super
intendent of Provincial Pol.ce for    i.
euewal  of  the  hotel license  to    sel
liiiuor  by  retail   in  tho  hoLel  knowi.
las thc Lakeview hotel, situated      a.
Arrowhead,  iu  tho  Province  of Brit
ish Columbia.
|   Dated this lilth day of Oct., 1910.
I CHAPMAN   &  1RV1N,
Oct. 15 Nov 17 Applicant
mn     of
Theatre.
C.  P    Wulkei
Edison
"eb. lu—The Lyceum Players and
Sn.-u„r itjniauilli, an Italian
harpist, direction ol C.P. Walker
Bdlson Theatre.
an.  21—"Stubborn
the Opera House.
Cendcrella."  In
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UQ1 OR ACT, PJlu
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SOTIi ..   given  that,    on
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, is f*,r    a
to    sell
lor by '  known
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Uritish
.    il Oct.,   1910.
M.   BRADY,
Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
(Section 42.)
NOTICE  is hereby  given that,    on
thc tirBt day ol December aoxt      ap
plication will be made to the Super
intendent ol  Provincial   Police  for a
renewal ol the hotel license    to   Bel.
liiiuor  by  retail  In  tho  hotel  known
as  tbe  Lardeau  hold,  Bituatcd      at
Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this llth day af Oct. 1910
RUHSISLL M.  EVA..S,
Oct. 15 Nov. 17 Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.
(Sect.on 42.)
NOTICE is hereby given that, on
the lirst day ol December next, application will be mn,ie to thc Super
intend?nt of Provincial Police for a
renewal of tbe hotel license to seil
liquor by retail in tho hotel known
aa the Criterion hotel, situated at
Camborne, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of Oct., 1910.
P. T. ABEY,
Oct 15 Nov 17 Applicant.
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■nr   i'    P.   II    bridgS. iost   plant-
ii.,i   No,   46—Corner   Km* . ,,\, ,*„: t
■ Meal Harte! of .*'    mer'i  pn emptlon,   Lot  74'ji,
Box  No    17   Corner  Becond      nnd ■ . line al  ng      tbe
■ta,    'ark    il ,ot   7491,   thence
'-             ar     Third       l.l.d ► ,*»r,ce    east      4')
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LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE is hereby  given that,    on
he tirst day ol December next,    ap-
lication will he made to the Supcr-
ntendent of Provincial  Police    lur a
enewal  of  the  hotel  license to    Bell
iquor by retail  in  the hotel known
aa  the  Eva hotel,  situated  at Camborne, in thc Province of British Columbia.
Dated  this lOtb day of Oct., l'JIO.
H.  (1.   WARE,
Oct  if, Nv  17 Applicant.
■ van   block,
hignnl   fur   practice        I tnan
t   (()   slow   -it.rukes.
,1)   Indicates   line   brokjfl       or
re out.
Hi^nnis are  given   thus     J i'.i
iiterval   S  seconds   4   strokes,       Hot
I.      No,   Of box  will alar,    *■■
n   Indicator  at  Kire   Hall.
Sh Hob's Gure
'll. Mi*   Itopl   ' ""ill,*".
!,*   Ihron!   Anil Iiiiii,.
lids,  l,. ol.
iri Mat
POR s \l.K   W/iti i frontage, nppo
it.' I'uii Minn, ihe new  terml al of
(' in.uli.ill   Null lll'l II  It.lill'OII.I.      A      noil
iloiiii' to Ind,l*i yotir mm .v  iii It M'l }
shorl  spats of   lime.   Knay terms.
Apply in  Revolstoke  General Agen
vestment aro so numerous as to be cie«, Ltd.
i     chains      to
•.    containing
fc'l   IUT"* K-SS.
Dated  August 27t.h,   1310.
HBOTOR W.  CRAWFORD
Located by '■'•'    D   'llenn.  Agent.
LIQUOR ACT,  i ii I
in  fi)
n   that,      on
er next,   ap
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,:    PollOS   fu.      n
enewni  of the hotel  lic.pnue to    sell
iquor  by  retail   In   tha  hotel     known
■i  the  Hotel  Beaton, sit,,ate,i      at
'eaton, In the i'i"   ace .,f     British
loliimbls
Dated this Uth day of Oct,  IMO,
JOHN A   THKW.
ct. 15 Nov. 17 Applicant.
THE   CITY   of   CALGARY,
. BALED    TENDERS  will  bo      ro
eived hy the i ommlssloners ol   tho
ity of Calgary, and addressed     to
i  •    indi i   gned, marked,
I'i'li STREET RAILWAY
TIBS AND POLES,
ntil the seventh day ol November,
next, at. Iii o'clock, Noon, lur supplying tha Oity with ties and poles
| or extension to the Municipal Street
Railway.
|    Full    particulars  nnd  specifications
nay  be  bad  on  application    to    tho
mmlssloners,    thty    of     Calgary;
larked  obe-qua covering     Ova      per
cent   of Hie amount ol tbe bid must
aeaompany »aob tender,
Tbe    lowest,    of  nny     Under       nut
neoefuarlly accepted,
.wifivi  nt. Calgary,  September 18th,
ino.
WAiNTED
FOil BALE— Warehouse on Sua It..
Trajk. jijipij UIiViu.htijki*: -SAWMILL,
Co
OR BALE—278 acres facing Eagle
River, Slcamouu, $30 per acre. For
terms up^ily to E. A. Harris, 1109
Langlcy, Victoria, B. U.
■ATURN1TY NURSE—The undersigned is prepared to tako Maternity Cases at hor homo or at tho
homo of the patient.—Mrs. VV. tl.
Watson, Box 'iH. Oct 5 1 ml
/ANTED — Scotchman, married,
wants position ou farm or ranch,
nineteen     years experience  In Mon
tana ami    Saskatchewan,    Discu
gaged after October Uth, Address
Box  103,  Oxbow,  Saskatchewan.
'OR HALE—A High tirade Hample
Organ at a bargain price. A beau
tilul Doherty clrcaslaii walnut real
piano model, bix octavo organ,
equipped with the latest typo ol
piano pe.uilb. Has a rich mellow
tone. Regular prico $100.u-0 Reduced to J11U.211, easy terms Apply at Bingham's Music Store on
McKenzie Avenue.
'OR SALE—A Cottage Upright Piano at a bargain, made by Al-
phonso Cary, possesses u very
pleasing tone uud is iu excellent
condition, hus boon thoroughly ov-
hauled by Mr, Bingham, and bears
our guarantee of satiatactiou. A
Bplendid lit'.n instrument Ior moderate i laying or Ior a beginner.
Wo will inKu it iu exchange ou a
now piano nt '.li. irice any time
withiu two yeurs—I1O6.U0 eusy
terms. lh velsioi.« Al wis Store,
John  Bingham  manager.
'OR SALE—Ebony Square i lano—
Sweet, musical touo, und easy
touch, full full co'inpust seveu ami
u half octaves. A suitable Instrument for beginners. Wo must
closo It out at once and to do vo
we have reduced the price to $95.00
easy terms it desired.—Revelstoko
Music  Store,  J. Biugiiam maug.
NOTICE.
Notice la hereby givon that, on the
lirst day of Dcceuibcr next, applica
t.on will bc mado to tho Superintendent of Provincial Polico for re
newal of the hotol license to soil
iquor by retail in tho hotel known
as the Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead, iu thc Province ol British
lolumbla.
Dated this Kith day of Oct.  1910.
W.  J. L1GHTDURNE,
Oct 12 Nov 12 Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
(Section 42.)
NOTICE .s lue.y givon that,    on
he first day of December next,    ap
ilicatlou will be made to the Super-
ntendent  ol  Provincial  Police  (or a
enewal  of  the hotel  license  to    sell
iquor  by  retail  in  the  hotol  known
as the Halcyon hotel,  situated      at
lalcyon,   in   the  Province  ol  British
Columbia.
Dutcd thiB 10th day ol Oct., 1910.
WM. BOYD,
Oct. 15 Nov 171 Applicant.
NOTICE
IN     THE MATTER OF AN      APPLICATION  for the  isBiie of a dup-
icatc  Certificate of    Title    to    Lot
2,     Block  6,  Town  of     Re.'els'.oke
(Map 636).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
t is my  nu cm mn to iBsue i*t     the
xpirution of one month  dftir      the
first     publication  hereof a  duplicate
I the  Certificate of Titlo    '.)      the
hove mentioned lot in the name ol
'I.  nia:*     J.    Graham,   which  Certifi.
ato    i.i  dated  the 25th  of  January,
S1»S. and  numbered 501K.
SAMUEL    RAE,
Distiict  Registrar,
.and  Registry Ollice, Nelson,    B. ( .,
October 15th, 1910.
Messrs.   Harvey,  MeCarter  &  Co.,
Barristers,   Revelstoke.    B. C.
w. n. spbnob,
City Clark.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
In    thc    Matter of    the  Estate      ol
Thomas   Harvey,   deceased:
NOTICE  ia hcreny given    that    all
redltors and  others  having     claims
gainst,   the   Estate  ol  Thomas  Harvey, late of Rovoliitokc, B, C,      deeensed   who  died  at   Revelstoko      on
or  about  the  :ts«t day  ul  l>ccrml>cr,
1909, are required to Heml      to     the
ndcrsigncd       Hull' itors for Thomas
Kilpatrick, Execute;  of tho Last Will
of said deceased, wihln (10 days from
ate full  particulars of  their claims,
duly verllled, and thnt
fter that  date  lhc    said      Executor
ill   ..iuu 1.1   to dist i l.ni i*    the    said
ftate amongst tboio entitled  thereto regard  being lal only    to    those
lainiH of  which i-ald  Executor    shall
hnvo then received notice.
Dated Octolier 12tb, 1910.
lAltVEY,  MrCAHTl'.R &  PINKHAM
Solicitors foi  said Eiccutor.
Jet. 15, Dec, 17.
XAMINATION     FOR   INSPECTOR
OF     BTEAM BOILER    AND
MACHINERY.
EXAMINATIONS    for  the position
of  Inspector  of   Steam  BoilorB    and
Mnchinory,   under  tho   "Steam   Boil-
rs Inspection Act,  1910,"    will    be
old at the     Parliament    Buildings,
Victoria,  commencing November 7th,
1910. Application  and  Instruction
forms can bo hnd on application   to
tho undersigned, to whom tho former
must  bo  returnod correctly  tilled  in,
not later than October 34th,       1910.
Biliary  $130.00 per mouth,  ineronsing
nt tho rate of $6.00 por month    each
yenr to n maximum of $180.00.
JOHN FEOK,
Chtof  Inspector of Machinery,
Now Wciilinliiiiter,  IJ, O.
1st Sept. to Oct. 20.
CANCELLATION OF RESERVE
NOTICE is hereby given   that   the
cservo  existing  upon  tho   lauds  om-
braceu lu Special Timber Licenso No.
5848, situate in    Kootenay District,
cancelled, and that tho Bald  lands
will bo open for location under      the
provisions of tho "Land     Act"      at
ntdnight   on December 22nd,  1910.
ROBERT A.  HENW1CK,
Deputy  Commissioner  of  Lands.
Lands  Department,   Victoria,   B.C.,
15th September, 1010. td
NOTICE.
In the matter of an Application
or tho issue of a Duplicate Certificate of Titlo to Lot 8, Block 4, bong part of Sections 27 aud 34,
Towuship 23, Range 2, West of the
th Meridian, Town of Revelstoke,
ii. O., Map 636.
Notico is hereby given that   It    tu
my  iutention to issue at tbo explra-
ion    ol oue month alter the     first
ublicutiou hereof a duplicate of the
icrtificato     of Title to the     above
ueutioned lot in tbo name of Revel-
toko Land Compauy, Limited, which
ortificate 1b dated the 9th day      ol
April,  1907,  and numbered  6774A.
District Registrar,
SAMUEL R.  ROE.
Land Registry Ollico, Nelson, B.O.,
September 13th,  191U. 817015
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tako notico that W. B. Robertson,
f  Revelstoke,  occupation,   Insurance
gent,   intends  to  apply  for   permis-
iou to purchase the following      described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
tho north east corner of Lot 2772,
iinning north 4u chains, thence west
0 chaius, thence south 40 chains,
hence east 40 chains to tbe point
f commencement.
WILLIAM BLAIR ROBERTSON
rated  Sept.   6, 1910. S.17-N16.
NOTICE.
Notice in hereby giveu that tho
artnership heretofore oiistmg he-
ween the undersigned and carried on
in.In- the firm name and style ol tho
VeBt Kootenay Steam Laundry Com
any, has this day boon dissolved by
mutual consent, Mr. W. B. Ro-fccrtsou
vithdrawing from the partnership,
'he business in future will be carried
in under the same lirm name by
lessrs, Earl Barraclough and W. G.
Shearer, who will assume und pay
11 liabilities of the late partnership
rm and all debts due the late firm
re payable to them
W. B. Robertson.
Earl Barraclough.
Wml U. Shearer.
Witness, Ueo. B.  MeCarter.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Iu  the Matter of tbe Estate of
John    .Mcl.ciiiiun,   deceased.
Notice is hereby given tbat all
creditors and others having claims
against the Estate of John McLennan, late of Revolstoke, B. C, deceased, who died atltogers Pass on
or about the 4th day of March, 1910,
are required to send to tho undersigned Solicitors for John B. McKenzie, Administrator of tho Estate
of tho said deccasen, withiu 60 days
from dato full particulars of their
claims, duly verified, and that alter
that date the said Administrator
will proceed to distribute the said
estate amongst those entitled thereto regard being had only to those
claims of which said Administrator
shall bave then received notice.
Dated Octolrcr 27th, 1910.
Harvey, MeCarter & Pinkham,
Solicitors for said Administrator. 1
SATURDAY,  Nov. r.Tii, iiim.
HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTO  E   BC
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Mail or Telephone your orders.     Have  our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order   too large  or too
small for us to handle.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jfume & Co.. limited
Mining, Contractors, Campers  and   Tourist    Supplies.
All orders put up and parcelled by experts to insure
safe carrying and packing.
ets
You don't need a ladder to
reach our prices. We are
just putting on sale a full
line of white wool blankets,
price per pair from
$3.75 to 7.50
Examine our King Edward,
Queen Alexandra antl Saxony qualities, they cannot
be excelled at the price.
(
Buying opportunities which
merit prompt action.
Our new line of pure Lambs
Wool Comforts in fancy bordered and Paisley patterns,
a strictly high-grade article.
Protect
curtains
and draperies by \ijm£
a BIJJELL
Carpet Jwecper
The finish "of your home declares its value. Doors, wjn-
dows and general linish
means to a home what a collar, hat and shoes do to a n an
Our new Curtain Nets, Ma
dras Muslin and Drapery
Goods give you the finish tlj-
sired.    Ask to see them.
Iron Beds
Springs nnd Mattresses
We carry a full line of these
goods. Dainty designs in
Iron Beds. The famo is
Health Brand Mattress, tbe
best medium and low-priced
mattress on the market.
Guaranteed absolutely sai' -
tary.
Only
7 Weeks
lill Xmas
^sfiil^^'
7 Weeks
Till Xmas
With Christmas only Seven Weeks away it is none too
early to begin to think of Christmas Shopping. Lots
of the Useful Articles that make acceptable Gifts are
now in stock and can be laid aside for you till wanted.
(lover Honey
A new shipment of Dead-
man's famous Clover Honey
just opened up. In Combs
80c, Glass Jars at 20c.
and 30c, Quart Sealers at
85c, 51b. pails at $1.25, and
101b. pails at $2.25.
See Counter  Display
Fruits, Vermes
Sweet Potatoes, Celery, Dry
Onions. Cabbage: Grapes,
Oranges, Bananas, Lemons,
Grape Fruit, just in to-day
See our display of Neilson's
Chocolate^ in fancy boxes,
fresh from the makers; new
p jre goods at new prices.
Sardines, Fisli
Fifteen different brands of
Sardines in prices at from
10l . to |25c per tin, French
and Norwegian, packed in
oil, mustard and sauce, also
a large shipment of stock
fish just in to 'ay.
Dinner Sets'
Twenty new dinner sets in
the latest designs and patterns, on sale all next week.
Come and look them over,
$10 to $15
III? Paisley Waist
The dressiest Ladies' Waist
shown this year, in such a
variety of styles, including
the Peasant Waist at from
$5 to $10
Separate Skirts
What a lot of them are selling this Season: very few
suits, mostly separate coats
and skirts. Look over our
lot at from
$5 to $10
A new lot of American hand
bags and satchels for Ladies
including the  Cordelias and
Jane Hampton bags in fine
grain Seal and Bull Walrus,
with the filligree gilt t>nd silver trimmings, at from
$2 to $10
's Gloves
The best line of Men's Working Gloves and Mitts that
are made to-day can be found
here. We handle none which
we cannot recommend.
PINTO SHELL CORDOVAN GLOVE-H.B.K. make
either lined orunlined, never
gets hard or stiff.    Price
$1.50 per pair
PINTO SHELL CORDOVAN MITT-lined with best
of wool, all seams welted,
extra thumb protection. According to weight of stock
$1.50, and 1.75 pair
REINDEER BUCK GLOVE
the best wearing, most comfortable glove made; price
per pair
Lined  $1.50
Unlined   $1.75
CLARK'S PECCARI HOG
the only genuine hog we can
get, wears like iron, unlined
$1.75 per pair
, 41KX'
Princess (oats
Every day almost we have
new arrivals of these swell
coats for ladies. If you have
looked over our lot once and
have not been suited come in
again, with the new arrivals
there might be just what you
wanl.    Prices from
$15 to $20
We are headquarters for rubber footwear nf all kinds.
Tbis year you will undoubtedly notice tbe high price of
all kinds of rubber goods.
Let us give you the advantage of our extra large stock
to give you the best for your
money anil the benefit in
price of our heavy buying.
We can give you any shape
in any size; in other words
we can fit your boot exactly
in either Men's, Women's or
Children's rubber foot wear
—any variety, We are in a
position to give extra value
on Men's High Overshoes—
Manitobas — three buckles,
extra heavy sole, neat fitting
sizes 6 to 11; the same price
as three years ago
$3 per pair
Ihe Muto Collar
Have you seen our overcoats
with the new "Muto" convertible collar? It gives you
practically two coats in one
- the stormy weather coat,as
shown in cut, or the collar
can be taken down in an instant and made into a neat,
attractive, fair weather coat.
The device is the most ingenuous, neat and attractive,
that we have ever seen. This
collar cniiies either on heavy
coats or rain coats.Mmade
only with the 20th Century
brand.   Price
$26.00
Get our booklet "Dress" a
magazine for men. It will
interest you.
For the convenience of shoppers in the Dry Goods, Millinery
and House Furnishing Departments, Second Floor, w< have
the best and safest passenger
elevator that money could buy,
C. B. Hume dr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ««<* Arrowhead
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Department- 2nd Floor.
This season we have a magnificent line of Ladies' Long Coats,
the new "Princess" coats with
long roll shawl collars. Prices
are around *15 and $20. r.i,:e I
THE MATL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
SATURDAY,  NOV. STH,  1910.
NEW FALL STOCK
Dress Goods
Tweed effect, heavy weight, just what
you require for winter.   Selling Price 40c.
Plain Cloths, -10 inches wide, selling al
OOC.
Sweater Coats
Women's Sweater Coats, length 30
inches, in brown, grey, navy, cardinal
antl white.    Price  $8.00.
Children's Sweater Coats, ages 2 to 16
years.    Price $1.00 up.
Mens Shoes
We carry a large stock of Shoes, heavy,
suitable for Fall wear, a large range of
sizes.
Underwear
For women at popular prices, close fitting, elastic ribbed, vest and  drawers
75c. per suit.
Women's natural wool, $2.00 per suit.
Women's Hosiery
Wool Cashmere, in black.    Sale Price
25c. per pair.
Fall Millinery
New models arriving by express. Come
RDYAL WELSHJLADIES CHDIR
Great Reception in Vancouver-
Musical Event of Season
in and inspect our display,  and if you
purchase a hat here you can depend t.i   n
it being the
latest.
REID CSt, YOUNG
J
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Moving  pictures tonight.
At tho Methodist church parlor on
Nov. .'.'nd, the Ladles Aiil will give
a Boston  bean supper from 5:30    to
p.m.
S
Joe Martin, M. P., is leaving Can.
ada on his return to England where
he  will    resume    his    parliamentary
duties.
Election ot state officers, judges ol
the supreme court, railroad commissioners, etc., will he held in thirty-
eight states on Tuesday,  Nov.  Sth.
Thos. Del V Lister, London, Kng.,
will deliver a lecture on Socialism
on .Sunday evening at. 8 o'clock in
the Edison  theatre.     Admission free
Ticket- for the Royal Welsh ladies
choir concert at the EMlson theatre,
Saturday, Nov. 12th, will be on sale
at U. II. .Min: loiiald's drug store on
Tuesday  nest.
Bert McBachren, one ol our local
nimrods, Becured two fine mountain
goats above the timber line at
''■••'isltde this week. Both animals
were nne specimens.
ii. H. Truemaii will visit the Kevelstoke studio on Saturday, Nov.
l.'th for the balance ol the month.
Mr. Tru-emnn will make a specialty
of -\inas photos.
A new ollice has been created in
thi passenger department of tho Oan
aJian Pacific railway with Mr. Geo.
C. Wells appointed to the passenger
tratlic manager in charge of the pas-
l tiger bureau.
The  plan  ol reserved seats lor the
Royal      Welsh    ladies  choir  concert,
- at  Macdonald's drug store    on
Tuesday,   Nov.   Bth.   llook   your  seats
• ai ;■       i : * ie who do not  will surely be disappointed,
lie sure and attend  the     Quadrille
club  dance   in   .Selkirk   Hull   on   Nov.
\   g    d   : lired  to all
Managing c mmittee:—J. Caliin,    H.
Carpenter,  J.  Simpson.    Ploor man-
3. Guy Llarber.
We ate    the     Vancouver
'••■ *:,:.•.' * nee of its Cana
.,:    Apple    .-:.   ■'■     Q .li.'"'i.      The 'le
: ptivi   mattei   embraces  the  prov-
.-■ nera   *   and treats in glowing
terra-       tl    I ipei Ity   ■ •:'       the
ntry.
Brit ml,,a   has  secured       n
/.e  gold  medals      for
mi al   the  \ li :.ua Ex*
I ;• ; mau  national  mus
• : I to buj   the ''"'■'■ ' '•' :'  '    '
are private
Thi   lasl al        iSal * h .:.t    will
take place in    M. i, hi.i  next
••• •   part]  ol
.-1     bj Howard  D   igl
I on park co mm *
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and  nerve  against   thi ** ■     ol    a
■
If     tbe       kai •      I th
*   mi ■        thirtj
permitted I thii  m
■ •    -j ilppi ;   .' • tomoh
azin.' rifles,  n.*-* ing  plct in
• special an. ' • • ■■■'.. : scarce
ly recognize the ceni I theii lorm
cr exploits.
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so it! you wish to procure the besl
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 stock of the leading lines in Ttas and
Coil'ces and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Insurance
Is one of the  most import'
ant items in your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
will  look after  this  branch   of
the business for you.
Kootenay Agencies. Ltd.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
PRESCRIPTION
SUGGESTION
Every pltysicii
preparation a
certain diaeasi
exclusively.
.1 has In*
id   formula  for
*.   thai   lie  u«ea
Our    Store   in
equipped to take care of any
prescription thai maj ' otne In.
We make a   specialty   ol  this.
Bews Drug Store
li. ,1 lluir.o mi" K
Moving 1'ieturm  to-night.
It Is to be hoped thai all those
who inten.1 taking part n tho anna- '.
nl masquerade ball bj Fire Brigade
Nu. l "ii Her,'inii.-I* 7th. will prepare
their costumes early, We learn that
the number of costumed masquerad-
,-is will exceed anything in previous
veins. Handsome prizes will be
awarded,
Having completed  h
Dominion ol Canada, T, P. O'Coiwi
claims that   he  has * ana-
ila t" home rule for irelan l.      "The
*lit*ani
Mr. O'Connor.    "Irelai
rned     soon.     With the
an 1    i 'anada    both ympa-
thy,  no  obstacles  '-an  be
importance
Th ap '".
has ba
i
ga  ■
•■*,'*'
\      ■ eve
daln
■* ill*.      in,*i
ilty ds
'
The  " ikfrt swirl" nnd      the
lach  anake parade" wii I    be
among the chief  I ial u e
The
theal rhui   laj night were m
n prci ati i and  the programme will
opeated   tonight,     The films  In
i hide    first    class comedies,        "Th *
Door" and "Through the'runnel." A
plendid      western    drama     entll
lien's Kid,"  iH n  feature picture  in
troducing some humorous    Inridonts,
howlng a cowboy's method  ol  par.l
lying   a   baby.     "Fighting tbo  [ro
'I'ioim  iii  Canada"   Ih a stirring BCOtie
and shows the heroic defence  by      a
Canadian family of tnolr home again
st Havace Indiana.
SOCIAL UNO PERSONAL
1.11 • ■■
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on a business trii
Mrs
\.  E.  Kincaid
,M,,n,lav  the 7th.
not  re
Mr. ai .  M       '*..  McRae ai
ast.
re
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., ,,1   Mr      .1    II    liiin, Itoi
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The   N   i'   T
ni. the residence of M
in honor of Ml ■ ■ itom
■ -n,,,/.:   of the w C T i     from 3 Ofl
to a ii'i  p.m.       All ni*.- eordlall.
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The Vancouver News Advertiser,
thus describes the Uoyal Welsh Lad
ies' choir concert ill the Vancouver
o|i'ia house on Monday evening last
Uroatl Ono word, which Is the es
si'iue of simplicity in Its definition
of expression, sums up the festival of
song provided hy the Uoyal Welsh
ladies choir at tllO concert held in
the  opera  house  last  night. Krom
the rising of tho curtain until the
crimson folds lowered proclaiming
the end the audience was held spell
bound in (apturotlB admiration. As
a choir the ladles emphasized their
talent in no uncertain way for both
individually an.l collectively they
gave n precision of harmonization
which was truly marvellous. The an
dienee was thrilled by the manner iii
which the numbers were rendered and
possibly never before in Vancouver,
hud the strings ol emotionalism been
touched to such an     extent. The
audience was expectant; they devoured each note as the music proceeded
with its harmonious swell and as
oaeh soloist finished or a choral selection concluded, there arose an up
idiuise insistent In its demand tor
nn appetite which, perhaps, was lie
nil appeasing. Like Oliver Twist
they hnd the temerity to nsk for
more, severnl encores being render..I
ill response.
Throughout the breadth of the fair
Dominion the choir has travelled hut
it is to he doubted if ever a groater
reception hnz Inyn tendered to the
daughters of Gwalla, Words fail to
justly convey the magnificence of the
total vocal cITorts. Casting aside
any feelings of sentiment which
might exist, il hns lo he mlmitli-.l
that the Welsh choir, with its galaxy
of talent, ex.-ell,.! in every way ami
soared far above the realms of gen
rial anticipation. All the renderings were perfect and under all the
circumstances, a capital "P" appears necessar> to give the proper
meaning  to  the expression.
As a choir, the Welsh ladies practically put the stamp of infallibility
on their reputation last night, They
sang and Bang and enchanted all the
simple ease and grace in which the
numerous numbers were given being
superb. On the part, of the soloists
there appeared to he an absence ol
any air of consciousness of their
ability. Everything was so natural
so grand in concert and so exquisite
in its interpretation that it. seemed
to carry one's breath away. If any
fault must lie found it was that the
programme   was    not long enough,
Two ho,us of woiide.'ous music lintli
ed  iu  glorious .-"iv did  not appear-
to prove sufficient for the large nud
lence.
S..  beautiful, and yet   with  such    a
ilow   lid th.' choral execi
tion  wend  its way  that   it   would  per
haps,      he  a   little  unfair   to  individualize,  hut  there  was a singer whose
nam.   cannot l'o  unmentioncd,      and
in ihis respece ana has to how to the
magnificent  efforts ot    Miss      Nancy
,n   tlie   prison    seen,'
from II Trovotore, produceda     mar
nl,*    *'f   unexpected  singing
was apparently ethereal,     for
■. ■    ,i   grace nnl  charm    ill    it
!  beyond     under
Tbe    unu'   lady  also    dis
ell in i in* rendering of
,t  proving a greal
"The Mm of ll.'iil,'.'h"nii.l
ihih  the  homeland
* ated  were r.*n*l
■ onally  accomplish
be  lellverance • t the
owe I   thai   the choir
'.
i in*     Hughes-
.nt  of   a
,: i   ih,* evening tA
i •   "   a  close,
*    anthem   WM   i.'li I
i   perhaps  unparal-
. mco  ttt crit
nn. ity which   was
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NEW CP.R. TIMETABLE
The ('. r. R, r'uter time table
will go into elTect on October 30th,
and the trains will arrive anil depart ns follows  from  Itevelstoke:
WESTBOUND.
No. 1, arrives 0:45 a.m., departs
.'.(hi a.m.
No. 07, arrives (1:55 p.m., departs,
,':15  p.m.
HASTBOUND.
No. 2, arrives 12:J10 midnight, departs 12:45 midnight.
No. '.Id, arrives 8:46 a.m., departs,
9:05 n. m.
South train leaves Rovelstoke at 9
a.  iu.,  arrives  Itevelstoke 5:25  p.m.
Trains No. 5 nnd I', will he discontinued.
The ('. P, it. hnve now over thirty
new engines on this division, being
the  heaviest   in  Canada.
Every passenger train iH now installed wiih a portable telephone out
lit .that can he hitched onto the
wiri'i      from  the  train  nt   nny     place
along the line in case of emergency,
Fire Alarm Boxes
Coming [vents
l   Mr. and Mrs   K   w   Cameron  have
moved  to New  Westtnln  tei   ml   Ii"
has accepted „ position with the   M
0, Electric,    Mi. nnd Mrs. I amoron
j will Iw vary much missed  In    many
To     LET — Furnished   Room   with .circles in  Revolstoke, n    they      havo
breakfast, to   gentleman,      Apply made a largo number ol friends <lur-
Muil-IIerulil Ollice, Ing their roaldcncc here.
Choir,
al
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,,.*,„,.,,i    „ tern * n
i ipsra  11 *'i ii
n *. i i ui   'M *
Mil i'   i     direction of I   1', Walk
er.      K.Iihmii  Th.'i.ti'
lecembei    I    Third    Annual      Mai
i le Ball hv Fire Brl*< id - *'•
One,     np.'iii   House,
mi   i   The Merry Musicians, direct
ion      of     c    p    Walkel Kilmon
Theatre
street
Opera
tenet
.uni-
Btreet
a tho lit
FIIUC  UHKiADH  NO.  TWO.
Dox No. 11—Corner First street
mnl McKenzie avenue, 0. D. Hume
& Oo.
ttox  No.   15—Corner  First      street
ml Uokchy avenue,  post ollice.
Uox   No.   Ill—Corner   Second
and  Government  Itoatl  nnd
ItUBO.
liox No. 17—Corner Third
a I   Campbell   aveuue,   Cllobo
er  company.
Uox No.   18—O.P.R.  station.
Box    No.  21—Comer    Fifth
ml     McKenzie     avenue,     C
hurcli.
Uox No. 25—Corner Sixth s'.ieot
ml Orton avenue,  W.  A. Foote.
Box No. 2G—Corner Fourth stroet
nd Townlcy street, comer south
rack.
Uox  No.  28—Comer  Second    st:e;t
nil Hobson avenue,  Mrs. Uaker.
Uox No. 84—Fire Hall No. 2.
Uox  No.  35—Hospital.
Uox No. 36—School.
FlUE  BRIQADH NO.  ONE
liox No. 1*1—Firo Hall No.  1.
liox No. 45—Front street wet.
car C. P. R. bridge.
Uox No. 4C—Corner King aud
loiiglas streets,  Palace Ment Market
Uox No. 47—Corner Second nnd
Vales  streets,  hnck  ol court In,use.
Dox  No.    48—Corner    Third
Chas. streets,  Cowan block.
Signal   for   practice—not  le.'s
ix  (C)  slow strokes.
Cno (1) indicates line brok ii oi
re out.
Signals are given  thus:    2 sir i^en
ntcrvnl  5  seconds  -4  strokes
4.     No. of box will nlso be
n  indicator at Fire  Hall.
and
trail
liuu
shown
Business Locals
Howson & Co. do repair upholster
ing.
Ollice diaries for 19*11 now readt at
Macdonald's drug store.
Prompt attention Riven to repp'r
furniture at Howson's
Renew your carpet from How.-oil's
large and well assorted stock.
Hay, oats, wheat, hurley, shorts,
chopped oats anil bnrley at Bourne
Itros.
Ilring your old parlor furniture to
Howsonls nnd have it. made like
new first class furniture. Upholster-
n.: done.
Try pnrisian sage for the hair, it
prevents dandrufl and falling out nl-
". 50c, a bottle al Macdonald's drug
stoic
Don't forget where you get Victor
and   Edison  records and  talking mn-
M.ii .loiiald's   drug store       ine
la    the  time  to  think  about
\\ hy not  have a Oiiimaphoii,'
• r   youi   family,   something  all     can
enjoy.   We  supply   the  hest  makes.   —
toke M
"J'l'.i for To-dry." To.day wc
ir.- giving a bargain in canned milk,
lhc regular lizc c.-.n at only 10c.
,rr ..in. f-indda Firsl brand. I o'day
only.    ( . B, Hume & Co.
tffcVI-f ■    *K.*.!«*i* U-a**-J.l   ""*» m
After Supper Sale
NO.   45
Shi/obs Gure
UMI. k I V  sl.tp^
Ino   thrnuinnd
."u-ii      *,,,,*  .,,il*.   heal*.
lung,,.  .    .    .   i!t cents.
VI H   K
In the mattei  ol an application Ioi
. ..I n implicate t'crl .in nt.' oi
■ I.l        ol   lot    I'll.
i.i *. ,|,  i   ,* n opt   i .  ii" ai n
n    thai   it    i*
inv intention to I -■■•• ni  ti i|rtrs
'i"i, ,,f ..,„■ mi.uiil aftei th" 11
in rn ,,ii hi'ieo! a duplicate     ol   ibe
■ ■ 11 i" t TII le to the above men
tioiid ian is iu the rm in.  "f Thomas
ct. ■' hlch i ei i Ideate is dated
nn I number
"i seiiA.
Samuel  u. Roe,
llUlilrt   Registrar.
Lim.I  Registry lilllcc. Nelson, U.C..
November 3rd, 1910,
Again mc arc ready with sonic good money-
Havers for our sale to-night. These are all priced
for quick selling, and the quantities in some lines
are limited, so it will pay you to come early.
We have a lot of good tilings to offer to-night
and yon will find a visit to the store profitable,
Sale begins at 7 p.m. and lasts till closing.
VELVETEENS
Do not miss this, Thev arc first quality English Velveteens, and come in all the best colors,
Keg. 65c.     Price to-night 40c.
CLASSIC   SHOES
Odd sizes in -evcral lines, lhal we want to clear
out. The mosl of them are in sizes 11 to j.
Everyone knows thi.s make of shoe and we expect to sell lots of them to-night.  Trice $1.75.
DRESS   SKIRTS
About 50 good dress skirts in black, navy, gr.en,
brown and red. Mostly in Panamas. Well
made, good material and good lining. They
sold from $0 to $0.50. Price to-night only $5
each.
HAT   PINS
A lot of pre ty new pins, set with the new stones
some in silver, some, in gilt and some in jet.
Keg. prices 35c.   to  50c.     Price   to-night,   25c.
VEILINGS
A splendid lot of new veilings in till the best
colors. S Mile very pretty patterns. Values up
to 50c    On sale to-night at 25c. per yard.
m^s
■eiuuui.
o a o\    c o olD's.
WHEN  YOU WANT
G0013  Bread
—and yon should insist upon getting Ihe beat at all
times—gel ours. Our reputation for gnml bread is not
the result of chance. Our cu-tomers are satisfied that
num is the most siitisl'actoiy bread they can buy.
Try it and you wll] become a regular uuttomer, Our
Groceries an1 also in keeping with our bread,
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
YOU RUN  NO   RISK
IN BUYING MACS GROCERIES
Cape Cod Cranberries, per lb.  15c.
Spiced Rolls, sliced thin, per lb.   25c.
Picnic Hams, new cured, per lb  1'Jc.
Oyster Crackers, per lb.          15c.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
John Mclntyre & Son - PS
Men's Fall Hats
We have just put in slock a large assortment
of Stetson, Caller, Redmond, Pitt and
Head form Hats iu stiffs and softs. To sec
ihem is to buy one, that is why we want
\,>ii to look our .stock over.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS
We have prepared ourselves to meet the
growing demand for Shirts with soft, double
Cliffs and separate Peter Pan collars, suitable
patterns, in rich, lustrous cloths, to sell 'at
popular prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
ITT-KEFOK.M CLOTHING

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