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REVELSTOKE H. C. OCTOBUK, 18 1911
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Visiting Cards
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interior PuDlishing Company
PRINTERS  AND PUBLISHERS
$2.50 Per Year
HIGHEST GRADE TOOLS FOR,
CARPENTERS or BUILDER.
THAT 15
RTCHT IN
EQUALITY
* price;
A GOOD (WORKMAN USES GOOD [TOOLS. GOOD
TOOLS COST NO MORE THAN POOR TOOLS. WITH
THE BEST TOOLS NEITHER WORKMAN NOR TOOLS
LOSE THE TEMPLR. THE TOOLS JWE SELL ARE
SHARP AND REMAIN SHARP. WHILE OUR TOOLS
ARE EVEN TEMPERED. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. NO
SHARP PRACTICE USED BY US. ONLY TO PLANE
DOWN THE PRICE.
THIS PLANE TALK. AND ALWAYS ON THE SPUARE.
NOT OUT WITH THE HAMMER AGAINST OUR COMPETITORS BUT MEET THEM AND THE PUBLIC ON
THE LEVEL.   GIVE US A CHANCE TO SHOW YOU.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad OtTlca— Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      . 5 944,278.00
Reserve        .... 5,944,278.00
Brunches »r Amenta at all principal p'lints in Canada.
Atfpnu ia (tivhi Britain nnil United Stm.es—London, England,
Lloyds Bunk. Limited, llhivitfo— First National Bauk, Corn Exchange National Banlc. Suattla—SeattleN.itionil Btuk, San Francisco-Wells Pargo Nevada National Bank. Spokaue—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Qw> -tment
Deposit* of $1 and upward, receive.!, .md interest allowed at
current rate froui date of deposit,    norrospondeuce solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. 2. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
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WINTER UNDERWEAR
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
A nice range of warm underwear, all
sizes, in the best woolens of English
and Canadian makes.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
«[ ALLEN PLAYERS
HERE FOR TWO WEEKS
With a Repertoire ot Standard
Plays-Last Night's Bill Was
Heartily Applauded
Those wbo were fortunate enough
to secure seats [or the opening performance of the Allen Players la>t
Might, were accorded u rare treat nud
judging by the rounds uf hearty applause which were given throughout
the piny, thc company arc sure tu
draw capacity bouses during their
two weeks' stay here.
liver since the lirst appearance of
the company in Revelstoke, Manager
Allen has heen springing surprises on
his patrons, and each time they have
heen very noticeable improvements in
the company. "Thc Lion and the
Mouse" is a splendid drama, and
gives the new members ol the company unlimited possibilities of displaying their talents. Miss Verna
Felton as Shirley Rossmore played a
strong part and played it with excellent judgment, in every way sustaining the reputation sh,' has already gained as a clever and versatile young actress, ln the third act,
where she gave utterance to a vigorous denunciation of John Burkett
Ryder (Harry Cornell), her work was
admirable, and the curtain calls
which were given showed that the
audience were appreciative of her efforts to please.
Mr. Cornell, the new leading man
of the company was splendid in last
night's production, and if lis shows
up us well in the plays which are to
follow, he will no doubt become extremely popular with the theatre patrons here.
Kach and every member of the com
pany played their parts creditably,
and, would space permit, much could
he said of the capabilities of each of;
them, but sullice it to say that Mr.
Allen has gotten together ncompany
which eclipses his company of form-j
er years and far outclasses any stock
company whicli has ever belore appeared here.
Now for a word regarding the music. The music offered by the Royal
Hungarian Quartette deserves to bo
written with a capital "M" The
advance notices claimed that it was
good, and it was expected that it
would be as represented (Ior ths Allen Players have never yet over-advertised anything) hut it far surpassed   anybody's  expectations.
Each one of the Quartette nre artists at their work, and should help
very materially in drawing the
crowds to the Edison for the next 1*0
days.
Another surprise was sprung in thc
shape of a vocalist who was not on
the bills, Mr. billie Boucher rendered
a beautiful solo, and received hearty
applause.
Tonight the company will present
"Christopher Junior," a comedy and
on "Thursday, "The Christian," will
be the play. Ou Friday "Resurrection" will be given for the benefit
performance.
Packed houses should be the i rder
of the day during the engagement of* ]
the Allen Players at the Edison. j
School Honor list
Th? following list contains the
names of those pupils in both Oen.
trai and Selkirk schools whose stand
ing is the highest for the month of
September. A similar list will be
published each month. The names in
each grade arc arranged in order of
merit:
CENTRAL SCHOOL.
Entrance Class—M. Fleetham, L.
Abrahamson, E. Clay, M. Brock, L.
Daniels.
Intermediate Fourth Reader— K.
MeKinnon, 10, Bradshaw, A. Johnson
M,  Kinger, V. Jolifle.
Low Fourth Reader—11. Tapplng.G.
Tomlinson, A. McLean, .1. Laing, N.
Fleetham.
High Third Reader—M. Luwr. nee,
.1. Tweeddale, D. Kushfur.l, M. Whit
taker,  L.  Morgan.
Low Third Reader—M. Simmonds,
S. Turk, H. Tomlinson, F. Dunn,
A.   Sutherland.
High Second Reader--J. Ballyk, L.
Maley, 11. Scott, H. Bradshaw, .1.
Mcdregor.
Low Second Reader—P. Ballyk, 0.
Davis, I. MeCauley, E. Tapping, I,.
Hobson.
High First Reader—I. Morgan, 1).
lUls-htord, K. Sutherland, V. Abra-
liamson,  R.  Law.
Lmv First Reader — M. Hell, W.
Dunn, M. Daniels, .1. Fleetham, ,1.
MeKinnon.
High Second Primer—(1. Barraclo
ugh, I). Holten, .1. Madden, II. Sieg-
ried.   E.   Joliffe.
Low Second Primer—E. Lilly, E.
lira lsbnw, P. Cowan, A. Fret'.',,. A.
Davis.
High First. Primer—A. Bourne, N.
Fleming, G. Williamson, G. Ragner,
T.  Madden.
Primary—R.   Morris,   A.   Abraham-
son, A. Carlson, K. Nlme, M. ('aider.
SELKIRK SCHOOL.
High Second Readei—Dominic I'or
t i, Dorothy Mackenrot, Tom Comoz*
■r.t, Lottie Lee, Lemuel Briggs.
Low Second Reader—Oscar Lundell,
Pat Skeni, Frank Porta, Willie Cameron,   Sam  Desimone.
High First Reader—Elsie, Frey, C.
Longhead, Alma Lee, Jennie Smith,
Hazel Hughes.
Low   First  Reader—Mary  Porta,   L.
Beech, Edmund Kincaid, Ruth Lind-
i..ark,  Carmine  Lonzo.
High Seoond Prlme<*-]5cMBt Frey,
Tun-is Jackson, Jameson Crawford,
Bessie Mackenrot,  John Moran.
Low Second Prime) Estelle Mc-
I ...nalil, Geor .' Donaldson, Kvatt McCleneghan,  Mary ISoch,   Joe Beech.
High First Primer—Florence Pag-
d'n. James Miller, Ruth Goodwin, J.
Carmichael, Rosie Micielle.
Low First Primer—Aura Corning,
Donald Kilpatrick, Rosamond Lawrence, (Johnnie Ringer, Willie Robin-
9 ui, Catherine Lemizkoe, lTbcrta
Porta.)
TERESffl
ADDRESS AT MCI
P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
AND   BACON
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. II. N. Coursler carries oil' two first prizes
with ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. Tlio special prize
we offered and Blso for lhe best loaf from any
flour. If you want good bread use Robin Mood —
the flour of quality.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
QROOER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
Russians Visit Platinum Held
Refusing to give their nameB hut
evincing the deepest interest in the
rocent ilisiovery ol platinum, two
Russian capitalist* paiil u secret visit on Thursday to John Roche*.
ranch on tbo tjranite road and made
a close examination ol the sun omul-
ing country according to a HCatc
ment made by Mr.  RoObe  last night.
"The two men, who were typicul
Russians,   were  hi ought  to  my   place
i.y a Mi. Usurer of Winnipeg,"   said
Mr. Roche. "Tbey declined tu give
their names but told me that l
ihould hear from them again. They
inspecte-d the mineral showing on my
ranch and also looked in it the Deal
by ground. They in nl i n board the
Crow bout last night an 1 lelt lor the
east this morning, their pocket! nn.l
grips filled with samples ol ore." —
Nelson Daily News.
France Holds Trocps Peady
Pun.-;, Ocl. 11,—According to the
Cri de Paris, although the soldiers
who had completed their two years'
military service were mustered out
i s usual, their clothes and equipment
were bundled up and lelt so ns to be
i Mini. I at a minute's notice in case
i.l the mobilization against Germany
making it necessary. Writers have
iritized the governmenl for so
weakening thr army nt such a time,
more than HOfl.iKlO men being let out.
Madame Sherry
Sir Andrew Fraser Wiil SpoaK
oi liis Experience in yia
Next Sunday Afternoon
The men of Revelatoke will have a
treat on Sunday afternoon next, in
the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium, when Sir
Andrew Fraser wiil speak about his
work and experience ,u India. Every
man in Revelstoke ought to make ii
a point to hear him.
sir Andrew is lo be the gii"st of
the Lieut.-Governor in practically
eaoh province, uiul is om of the best
known servants of tlm Crown that
Scotland has produced.
Tlie Program Committee has fortunately secured Him help oi Sir Andrew Fraser, K.c.s.l., formerly Lieut
Governor of Bengal India, lie is a
vice-chairman of the Edinburgh Conference and is also a member of thi'
Continuation committee. He was the
most notable figure at ih,' National
Missionary Congress in Toronto in
Uie spring of 11109, and Ilis services in
ihat connection will always l.c remembered with peculiar pleasure by
. hose who beard him.
His wide experience as nne of Great
Britain's great pro-consuls, his genial disposition, deeply spiritual nature, an.l simple but Forceful way of
stating facts Irom his own experience
of more than thirty-live years in tlie
sjrvicc of the Crown ill India, give
iiim a unique ami commanding place
a  mission circles.
iie comes to Can.nlu especially for
these meetings, mnl sun*,* iin. arrange
•Hint, has been made, leading universities in ihis country and the United
■ tat.'s have been endeavoring to secure him for series ,,', addresses on
India.
Special music is being arranged for
Sunday's meeting, instrumental mus
ic:—Mr. W. T. Davies, Mr. lv Cameron.
Those who passed the V last. Saturday morning must have wondered
ivho was making such a noise. It was
.nly a fn-.'-fur-nil day in the gym
ind the outburst was from Ifi pairs
,.f lungs combined. At 9:30 the boys
mustered in at the Invitation of bbe
1 hysical Director. After two hours
i i tumbling and group games, all
went downstairs ami enjoyed a good
shower bath and a swim, nml they
.ill wenl homo feeling that Ihey had
spent a great morning.
Ilasket Hall—All Interested in the
j game of basket hall are requested to
I e at the meeting tonight, in the V,
.it Might sharp. The captains will be
.lected ami tbey in tnin will choose
llii'ii- nun from a list of players. The
Referees will be also chosen by the
executive.
The Boys' Bible class started    last
Sunday  in* iii,ng,  tli,'  prospects     are
I good  for a  profitable  Sunday  morn-
, .ng and every  boy should  avail  him-
-.'If of the opportunity of being      at
| the class next   Sunday morning.
j    The Business Men's class has    been
changed from     Mmi lavs and Thura-
lays to Tuesdays and  Fridays, every
business  man   needs  the exercise.
Bowling—Tuesday, iut. 17, Y. M.C.
A. vs. Business Mm; V.M.C.A., 2049;
liiisin.'ss Men, 2008—Gain for Y.M.C,
A.,   ir, pins.
Mr.  A. s. Mi'Ah'stiT. railroad sec
ii'tary  of   Kenni'a,  will  arrive  in    the
City  tomorrow  lo  assist   Sec.  Thom-
ii I., secure their SOO members.
Mayoralty 1912
Having Ire-en requested by a number of the ratepayers ol the city tu
otter my name as a candidate for bhe
mayoralty for thc year 11112, ,,n.i as
others  have us. 1   my   name  in       ijjiii
nectton  with the forthcoming  muni
cipal election. I deem it only lair
to my friends who have made the
request to state that under uo consideration will I be a 'iindidate for
the muyoralty this year.
CHAS. F. LINDMARK,
Because everyone all over the country is bumming, singing or whistling
some numbers of thc score of lining   sensational    musical   success,
I "Madame Sherry," tlm Impression Is
current in sonic quarters that the
praductlou'a charm Is in greater pan
musical. Report says ihat tlu* mirth
qualities of the play ar,' no less en
taring   lliau   Its   scon'.    The   love     ol
a man for a ninui under o.id olrcum
slances.lovo  nf   ill.'   soulful,   ruiiiniit ic
sut, ime that blossoms in tin* heart
I of youth ami  nourishes lis  tin,'    love
•ver docs,   wiu'ii things do   not   go
smoothly,  is Ihe reigning spell ol the
production, according to report, bui
, thiB love, this courtship is so beset
on so many sides, ami attended by
so many misadventures, that while
itself remaining aii appealing Interest, all its acoessory situation     ar
OUSSS  amusement.      Some  idea of   lbe
fun developed may perhaps be gleam
e.l by a summary of llie lilaiait.i ,,f
the play which besides Hi' loven iu
ciuib'   an   Italian   In,line   janitor,     bis
Irish wile a llvelj fiiiiinviii' actress
a New York  man about  town, an 11
r-11 niiii-     Venezuelan,    mi   amusingly
whimsical uncle of bbe maid in love,
and   others,   Including   the   pupils  of a
dancing school ami iin* guests of a
ynclitiing parly.
At the Bdison thoatro, Monday
Ootober 80th,
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HEATING STOVES
We have a large stock of Relle
< >ak, Sunbeam < lat, Hoi Blast
Airtight ami other heaters,
with specially heavy grates
and linings, at prices to suit
all. Our shipment <»f Kootenay and Sask-Alta Ranges is
also due aud we will be able to
.ill all orders.
Hay. Flour and feed
Just unloaded a cur of Royal
Household Flour, one of Oats,
Wheal and Mill Feed ami om*
of Timothy Hay
Choice Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables
l    Hardware,
BOURNE  BROS.
Stoves, Plumbing
a
Groceries and Men's Furnishings
Sh'pping Orders and Packs for the hills
always given careful attention.  Phone 93.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON     Pn. U'.i
RevelstoIiO Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
Coast Sealed Oysters Smoked and Fresh Salmon
Smoked and Fresh Halibut Kippers Bloaters
Herrings Wild  Ducks
Brookficid Extra Creamery Butter
Sweet Clover Creamery Butter
Meadow Sweet Dairy Butter        Cold Spring Dairy Butter
Choice Fresh Killed Etcf. Pork-, Mutton, Lamb
Swifts' Premium Hams, Bacon. Leaf Lard
Reveletoke Heat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251 P. O. Box 1C1
Don't  fm i- •!  iln   ,liini*c Hit,   Kith, at
the    Opera   iiiiuh* bj the Rebecca
Lodtfo.
A  ipeolal table ih lifting arranged
Ior the  children  ut  Y.M.C.A.  Turkey
Supptr, Thanksgiving Day at 5:30
Hospital Benefit
Mi. iv it. Allen, manager ol tho
•.■.Mil kimiMi Ulan I'laycrn, haa arranged in give a beneOI performance
hi uni uf tin- boipltaH "ii Friday inula
Tbere will be ■ iligtri advance In
prlcea on tins ocoaelon, bul tbe boa
pltal will reap tlm bonefll,
Mi. Allen han helped tbe Reveletoke'
hospital during lormei vlilte to   tbe
clt), and tin' in.iii'H nf tbe Uulld have
always    netted   .1 nloa Hum to help
tlu'in   rally   mi   the (jiioil   wmli   which
tbey bave undertaken,
lu ,*i  null* 1  town,  tho hospital 1
mi nitiliiutnm     which ni i'l receive
tin* hi'ui ty mpport ui all '.* < , IIM,1
tu attend ihe iii'iH'hi [i 1 fui 111.1 ik.- un
Fridny nighl  will  1, 1 ch ince
In help ninl nl Hi 'im' 1 in" ■ .,,1
uf tbe plnyH iiri'H nt.'il Iiy wini! 1
undoubtedly tbe moel popular com
pany which Iuih ever appeared hero.
The piny In be pi''.' nt d i« " In
the Bilhop's CjilTlnrc " 11 " thin . i playi the company u ■■ i nn the
in Minium ol i t li ire   Th
Royal Hungarian Quartette will be
hoard between tho acta as usual, and
nn tin ee are m Hoal Ions ol .1 packed
house, tlnine winliim' i" : ■< good
,1 hould 1 'em ■ th 1 tlckel «Ith
■ ..it delay ,it McDonald' i   Irug store,
Tailored Suits and Overcoats
FOK   MEN
Hundreds of them here, hy far the largest
Assortment we have ever offered in the
City. No matter what the price you are
prepared to pay there is a Suit or Overcoat here to meet it. I he\ have llie sH le,
fil and cloth.
MiM MERCANTILE CO., LIMITED
Men's   Furnishers
Organized at Galena
a in* • 1 ii.- Ioi the pui i'".v uf organ
n Iu.iii.i- Lodge fur the
1 olumbia Valley w-as batd In the Or-
M •*■  hall    it   ' ''.iImiui  nn  H.itui'ilay  OT
Inst    Mi.   .1 H     Wbltl   •   "f Van
1'iiivei  wu * presenl ae tbe repreeenta
1 Ive ol the    IT o\ Ind il Grand Lodge
There  *.*.. ■ a gi od  r ,*■ 1      ' *'   1 pre
1 nt fi mu tl 1* i,,.i       * 1 * lalena, i i"i
11   m.i  Windermere,   OoMen 8t*l
Don'l  forget  about the Thankegh
lOg  Tm key   ;sup| ei   al   the   "i   M.C A
October aoth at i.st) to 8 p.m.
Five Suffocated in Toronto
Tiiiuiilii,  (nt.  IT—Five  iii'-u     were
I. und    ilenrt    yeslerilay    mnrnlni!    In
rooi it Ihi '"11 ImniuI   hutei.
1020 DiimluH Itreet went, Toronto, all
iti-ii by illuminating can. Four
•  the viciiniH were In tbe room   and
uh wns in mi adjacent mom.
In    tlie    roott    where     the four WOP'
r-.11 nil ,1 half opened jet nml a pertly
MMi'tiuii t,i a r.-i   liciii'i' wan
nl   umi   the  gal   (lint   cirniHil
In  thin room      Wai the rauw  uf    the
,lentil   nf   the  Tne
Tin- .1 .«4f are:—
Samuel iviin*. aged 8>, poliabefi
',.,,*.,*   ileil-elt    KnoWlM,   llpisl     id,
mechanic.
 im,.   WilllntriH,  aged  U,  polish-r.
Will .,111    I" '    I'- -'lilllutr
Willi,1111       Mien      .1 ■.,-' ninneiw-
innkir.
 nlte cement, ir>r. tt package( at
M'liityro'l. PATT-RDAT.   OCTOBER   14.   1911.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVE LSTOKE
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  11,   1911.
Smart Fall Millinery
Special  shipment
NEW  PATTERN
Kast.    Our Millinei
by    bxpress  this   morning including
HATS    the   latest  models  from  the
y Department is always up-to-date.
New Fall Coats
We
are   sIk-uiiu
ilie   ereatcst
oi Coats   ever   brought
together at any one  sea.on   by
us heiore.
Prices--Si4.   S18.   $22.50   and   $25   Kach
New Fall Suits
For Ladies, in Tweeds. We
are showing ihe production o(
three different Factories. You
may depend upon ihe newest
styles.
$20.00 to $25.00 Each
REID & YOUNG
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THE CITY IN BRIEF
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Moving \f I ii - at tl *■ Bdison tonight.
Reserve the date—November 25th,
1911—Local  Vaudeville.
li. M. line's Auction Sale, Tuesday
i let, 17th at  l 3 I p.tn. sharp.
Mis. Ii. McDonald, who has been
visiting hi mother in Montana tor
tiie past two months, returned home
on Thursday. * (
Mr. K. vi.  Erickson o!  Malakwa, la  ]
.n tli,   city todaj home from
I e n  visitin;
rt three  in,.nth.-..
Premiei iVhitney has announced
• it the Ontario .- net al elections
will be held -ither the Rrst or Bee
, nd week  .ii Decembei.
Mis. .1. M. Anderson, Second streel
We li     I iv       after
n ion, •' tobei   im!i  and     afterwards
on the tirst  Thursday ol eaoh month
Ti     \ . ■    :.  Sale ol household fur-
i.iture at  li   M.  Rae's  residence,   on
Fifth Btreet, will commence en Tues-
0«t. irth. .,: i ,n p.m. Bharp,
Mr.  w ii...-i    watchman  of  th -    Ar
: owl ei   ' **.'.-   nnil   at     Ar
rougtrt  Into the   hon
pital i.'i iy  night    BUfterli •
fr* in typho
-.  ■ .-   t    Housekeepers:—Why wor-
. ng n tn key dinner for
Lad bs  Aux-
the Y.M.C.A.     are serving
ne    • sl  the  y.M.C.A,
: ae.
T    H    1) ■      m.i'ii.i.s
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.   .    * en i out* t" in -
\  • :   Hill    The    Arrow
*  i   in 11 f.u
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low Laid E
In order to get the best results from your chickens
you must provide ihe best funds available, as without these egg producing foods you certainly do not
get the best results. Try our Beef Scrap," Oyster
Shell Grit, Crushed Heme or Alfalfa Meal.
FEED—We also carry a full stock of Hay, Oats,
Wheat, Barley, Corn, Chop, Bran and Shorts.
A.  HOBSON,        Baker and G ocer.
Look At This
We have ninety cords of Rood, clean, dry cedar in 14 and
Hi inch lengths. We also have cedar, fir and hemlock
mixed.    Get your orders in early for  immediate delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
Messrs. It. McDonald nnd J. T.
Wadman are on a  visit to the coast.
Mr. P. W. Stone lefl this morning
i'i r Oaigary to join tha stall ul the
Cilgary  Daily  Herald.
Mr.and Mrs. I'. 11. Hume and family left on Tuesday on a visit to the
coast.
Mr. .lack Martin, with the "White
Slave Trnfllc" moving pictures, is at
the  Bdison theatre tonight.
Mrs. Ritchie of Victoria, who has
been a guest of Mrs. T. Downs for
the past two month.*, left fi.rher bomq
on Tuesday.
Mrs. (I. Ralph Lawn u e, McKenzie
avenue, will receive on Monday, Oct.
Uth, and nu the third Monday of
eaoh month throughout the season.
Thc Star, picture theatre, opens on
Monday. Messrs. Munro and Smyth*1
are the owners un.l will lie open every night.
Interest, iu the tortheoming municipal election is in evidence. Two or
three well-kno.wn citizens arc prospective can-did.ites fnr  the maiorality
Miss 10. L. U'atlgh, whu has lieen
with the ('. Itf llun-.c & l'o. for tha
past six months, left yesterday for
New Westminster to take charge oi
the ready-to wear department of .1 ■
11.  Smith & Co.
There will he a meet ing ol the
Itevelstoke Caledonian Society on the
j 25th of this month, All Wishing to
enroll will please attend. A good
musical program has hern got up for
bhe evening.
Mr. Alexander llrtuey, one of the
hest known pioneers of Northern Ontario, lieing among the lirst to settle
in Muskoka district with his family,
died of paralysis at North Day on
Saturday, aged 7*0 years. Mr. Dran-
ey was an uncle ol Mr. A. Johnson,
of the Mail-Herald.
The White Slave Traffic pictures ai
the lOdison theatre last evening where
the most startling and sensational
pictures ever shown in lievelstoke.
| They are shown in two series— three
thousand feet in eaeh series, and it
takes nearly one hour ami a half to
view them. The same pictures where
shown in Toronto for fourteen weeks
Winnipeg for three, ami now are on
their way to Vancouver. If you
miss viewing them you miss viewing
a treat. In the theatre on Saturday
evening for the last time.
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Ili IHE LHlllillS
PIANO KOH SA1.K—In lirst class con
dition. terms reasonable, apply to
Mrs. I).  M.  Hue,  Kifth street.
R, ('. OHUROH.
St.  Francis    of    Assisii      Catholic
church, corner of    Filth   street    and
McKenzie avenue.
Howson a Co. keep a furniture poi- |    ServiCl.8_on   -all    Sundays,  except
leher  in  their  employ Old  furniture  thc (ourth of each mouth   Luw maS3
made like new. ; wlU)  r„mmlimon  o[ ,,he Faithful    at
Don't   forget   the   Auction   Sale     uf       Mrs.   Hruce  A.   Lawson  held a  mosl
household   furniture, Tuesday    aftei    successful  "at  home" un  Tue**..lay al
* n   next,  commencing   inn  o'clock   tcrnuon ol ilns week,  when her dau
iiirii    DM-
-tree!.
Rae's     residence,    Kifih
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toke      wai
Prank  L. Freltag, ol
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Mr.  .1.  L.  Ma: i. ndvance repre
. nt.mve ul tin* Uli n Players is in
in* eity making ai nm remeuts inr .i
two   weeks   i-ii.-.i. 'ineiii    .*,iiiim.-n  > .-
iri Tuesday.
.'.  K.   Diompson, less    ii p
in   hoUBe,   i.-   giving   n    Line*' at     t'i ■
• I'l'ni  house mi Widii.'.* day a ixl
-l.en per couple.   Tin * * i *
<i :i *•-   w ill   i ,'  shown    lin-iii ■      t!i ■
'.Mil. II   •.
Mr.  .1    K   Watson,  Mi-   n.n!
gbter, Miss Frances Lawson, made her
how  iu society antl helped tu receive
,liuin- "itli her mother, n large num-
i .1 ul gueel * and "id friends. The
i'i table, tasteful nnd .nt.-; ic, In its
• let.ui * bed  ...it.  lace *l".
■** i- presided
\       Mr -     M* ■' irter   ,in I   Mr-      Sine.
■v bile  ii   ils*   irn .v.ii.ii    Mrs.   La*
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8 a.m. High Mass at luiitll a. m.,
I linstian Doctrine for children at
2:iD p.m. ttoaary with Hendiction of
The Blessed Sacrament 1:30 p.m.
iln week days—Holy      Mass      every
morning at 7:80.     Confesslona      are
heard every evening nfter 7:30
in the mornings lielore Mass.
J. F. MeNKll
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lie .  R.  .1    \l Intyre, pastor.    Ser-
vuvs  li  nii;    guhjeel     "Fishers    ol
•nn  . j in p.m., Sunday school; 7:3J
p.m. subjecl        I he    Power    oi    the
i      evening   at    s
,    i    im will hold
i  ii., II   be in charge of
Household Furniture
lNCLUUlNf!
Kitchen Range, 4 hole.
Heater, coal or wood
Raymond Sewing Machine
Three complete Bedroom Seta
Dining room table and chairs.
Sectional Bookcase.
Pictures, Carpets,   Beds, Mat-
iresses,  Parlor Chairs, Rockers,
Fancy  Tables,   Kitchen   Chairs
md   Table,     Kitchen   Utensils,
Dishes, Toilet Sets, House Plants,
tc, etc., all in Rood condition.
Tuesday, Cct. 17
commencing 1:30 p m.
U l), M. Rue's Residence, 5th Street
(1. Manning, ■ Auctioneer.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S le or Hire
by the month  at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
Parry
UJCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat. Oct. 14th and every
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, cto.
Howson's    cash prices ol furniture
compare favorably  with eastern cut-'
a'ogui' prices freight added—i-ome ami
we will  ligure it out with you.
Fancy Work Materials
We are ready to supply your needs in materials
for Fancy Work for the Christmas season. Almost anything that you will need you will find
here and we have novelties arriving every week.
We make a specialty of Stamped Linens of all
kinds, and can stamp anything you may require.
FANCY    TOWELLINGS
We have'some very pretty designs in Figured Bucks and
a lot of new designs for towel ends, pillow cases, etc.
DOYLIES, CENTRE PIECES
We can give you any size in these from 4 inch to 24 inch
and a lot in matched patterns for Luncheon Sets.
Work Bags, Cushion Tops, Collar Bags, Shaving Pads,
Photo Frames, and a host of other articles, stamped and
tinted, ready to embroider.
Belding's Silks in Rope, Royal and Filo, Peri Lusta,
1). M. C, Silkineand Klostersilk, in white and colors, Berlin, Shetland Floss, Saxony and Ice Wools, Hoops, Needles,
etc., etc.!
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EDISON THEATRE
Monday, Oct. 16
Ladies'Choir
Positively The Most Remarkable Singing Organization in the World
"The Welsh Choir is magnificent,  they are perfectly splendid, and you may say I said so."—Melba
PRICES:   -   $1.50. and $1.00
Seats on sale at Macdonald's Drug Store
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same as the ('. P. R. did of Calgary In the early days. Tliey have now a
nine stall Roundhouse, large Freight Yards, a handsome station, with
four branch lines in course of construction. This means they intend
making Kindersley a great distributing centre, and its advancement will
he rapid. Although only a little over a year old, they have over 700 of a
population, See our window for pleturea of this new town. Come in
and we can show you pamphlets and letters from their board of trade
confirming all we Bay of Kindersley. Our sub-division called "Koaedale"
is located only a few blocks Irom the station, adjoining the Roundhouse
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LISTINGS WANTED OF  REVELSTOKE  PROPERTY
We havo a bargain in a good house on Second Street,
A genuine Snap In 3 Iota on Second Street,   So Us About It,
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Brunches nr Agents at all principul points iu Oanada.
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Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chlia-go— First National Bank, Cum Exchange National Hank. Seattle— g.-ialtleN.ition.il Bink, Sun Francisco -Welle Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
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FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
A nice ranije of warm underwear, all
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P. BURNS C& CO., LIMITED
OYSTERS SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK HAMS
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Robin Hood Flour Beats Them All
Mrs. H. N. Coursier carries o(F two first prizes
with ROBIN HOOD PL0UR. The special prize
we offered and also for the liest loaf frnm any
flour. If you want good bread use Robin Hood —
the flour of quality,
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p. O   Box 208
QROOER & UAKLIt
Phono No. 23
IIE ALLEN PLAYERS
HERE FOR TWO WEEKS
a Repertoire of Standard
Plays-Last Night's Bill Was
Heartily Applauded
Those whu were fortunate enough
to secure seats for the opening performance of the Allen Players la*-t
■night, were accorded a, rare treat nnil
Judging by the rounds of hearty applause which were given throughout
the piny, the company are sure to
draw capacity houses during their
two weeks' stay here.
Ever since the tirst appearance of
tho company in Revelstoke, Manager
Allen has been springing surprises on
his patrons, and each time they have
been very noticeable improvements in
the company. "The Lion and the
Mouse" is a splendid drama, and
gives the new members of the company unlimited possibilities of displaying their talents. Miss Verna
Felton as Shirley Rossmorc played a
strong part and played it with excellent judgment, in every way sus -
taining the reputation she has already gained as a clever and versatile young actress. Iu the third act.
where she gave utterance to a vigorous denunciation of John Burkett
Ryder (Harry Cornell), her work was
admirable. and the curtain calls
which were given showed that the
audience were appreciative of her eflorts to please.
Mr. Cornell, the new leading man
of the compaay was splendid in last
night's production, and if he shows
up as well in the plays which are to
follow, he will no doubt become extremely popular with the theatre patrons here.
Kach and every member ot the com
pany played their parts creditably,
and, would space permit, much could
be said of the capabilities ol each of
them, but sullice it to say that Mr.
Allen has gotten together ncompany
which eclipses his company of former years nnd far outclasses any stock
company which hns ever before appeared here.
Now for a word regarding the music. The music offered by ihe Royal
Hungarian Quartette deserves to ba
written with a capital "M" The
advance notices claimed that it was
good, and it was expected that it
would he as represented (for th- Allen Players have never yet over-advertised anything) but it. far surpassed   anybody's   expectations.
Each one of the Quartette are artists at their work, and should help
very materially in drawing the
crowds to the Edison for the next 10
days.
Another surprise was sprung in thc
shape ol a vocalist who was not on
the bills, Mr. Uillie Boucher rendered
a beautiful solo, nnd received hearty
applause.
Tonight lhe company will present
"Christopher Junior," a comedy and
on "Thursday, "The Christian," will
be the play. Ou Fridny "Resurrection" will be given for the benefit
performance.
Packed houses should be the irder
of the day during the engagement o!
tho Allen Players at thc Kdison.
J.
D.
School Honor list
Th? following list contains the
names of those pupils in both Oen.
trai and Selkirk schools whose stand
ing is the highest for the month of
September. A similar list will be
published each month. Thc names in
eaeh grade are arranged in order of
merit:
CENTRAL BOHOOL.
Entrance Class—M. Fleetham, L.
Abrahamson, E. Clay, M. Brock, L.
Daniels.
Intermediate Fourth Reader— E.
MeKinnon, 10, Bradshaw, A. Johnson
.M.  Ringer, V. Jolille.
Low Fourth Reader—11. Tallinn,;,(I.
Tomlinson, A. McLean, J. Laing, N.
Fleetham.
High Third Reader—M. Lawr nee.
J. Tweeililale, D. Rushfor.l, M. Whit
taker,  L.  Morgan.
Low Third Hra-der—M. Simmonds,
S. Turk, H. Tomlinson, F. Dunn,
A.  Sutherland.
High  Second  Reader—-J.  Ballyk, L.
Maley,  B,  Scott, H. Bradshaw,
McGregor,
Low Second Reader—I'. Ballyk
Davis, I. McCauley, hi. Tapping
Hobson.
High  First Reader—I.   Morgan,
i'tisliford,    K.  Sutherland,    v. Abrahamson,  R.  Law.
Low First Reader — M. Hell, W.
Dunn, M. Daniels, J. Fleetham, J.
MeKinnon.
High Second Primer—Ci. Barraclough, 1). Holten, J. Madden, D. Siegfried, B.  Joliffe.
Low Second Primer—K. Lilly. 1*1.
lira lsbaw, P. Cowan, A. Fret/.,. A.
Davis.
High First Primer—A. Bourne, N.
Fleming, G. Williamson, G, Ragner,
T.  Madden.
Primary—R.   Morris,   A.   Abraham-
eon, A. Curlson, E. Nimo, M. Calder.
SELKIRK  SCHOOL.
High Becond Readei—Dominic I'or
ti, Dorothy Mackenrot, Tom Comoz-
7.1,  Lottie Lee, Lemuel Briggs.
Low Second Reader—Oscar Lundell,
Pat Sken*.', Frank Porto, Willie Cameron,  Sam Desimone.
High First Reader—Elsie, Frey, C.
Longhead, Alma Lee, Jennie Smith,
I lazel Hughes.
Low First Reader—Mary Porta, L.
Beech, Edmund Kincaid, Ruth Lind-
i.ark,  Carmine Lonzo.
High Second Primer—Ej-n.-wt Frey.
'I'.inuls Jackson, Jameson Crawford,
Bessie  Mackenrot,   John  Mornn.
Low Second Primer—Estelle McDonald, I!.', r .- Donaldson, Evatt McCleneghan, Mary tlocli, Joe Beech.
High First Primer—Florence Pag-
d-n. James Miller, Ruth Goodwin, J.
carmichael,  Rosie Micielle.
Low First Primer—Aura Corning,
Donald Kilpatrick, Rosamond Lawrence, (Johnnie Ringer, Willie Robin-
s ui, Catherine Lcmizkoe, Ubcrta
Porta.)
Russians Visit Platinum Held
Refusing to give their names but
evincing the deepest interest in thc
recent discovery of platinum, two
Russian capitalists paid a secret visit on Thursday to John Roche's
ranch on tho Granite road und made
a close examination of the surrounding country according to g statement  made by  Mi.   Roche  last night.
"The two men, who were typical
Russians, were hi ought to my place
by a Mr. Usurer of Winnipeg," said
Mr. Roche. "Tlu-y declined to give
their names but told me that 1
should hear from them again. They
inspected the mineral showing on my
ranch and also looked over the Deal
by ground. They went 00 board the
Crow bout last night mil left for the
eust this morning, theil pockets and
grips tilled with samples ol ore." —
Nelson  Daily News.
France Holds Trocps Heady
Paris, Oct. IC—According to the
Cri de Paris, although the soldiers
who had completed their two years'
military service were mustered out
is usual, their clothes and oquipment
were bundled up and left so us to be
i 'Bumrd nt n minute's nolice in cusc
i.f the mobilisation against Germany
making it necessary. Writers have
iritized the i-overnment for so
weakening the army at such a time,
more thau 200,000 men being let out.
Mayoralty 1912
Having been  requested  by n  number  ol  thc  ratepayers  of  the city    to I
offer my name as a candidate for the'
mayoralty for the  year  l'Jll!, and    as
others  have use.l   my   name  in       ^>n
m-ctlon   with   the   forthcoming   muni
i-ipal   election,    i   deem   it  only      lair
to  my  friends  who  have  made      the
request   to   state   that   under  no  consideration will l  be a candidate   for
lho mayoralty  this yeur.
CHAS.   F.   LINDMARK.
Don'l im .• -t ih' Asnci I id   10th, at
tin       Opera     House   by   the   R.-becci
L-jdge.
Madame Sherry
Because everyone all over the country is humming, singing or whistling
some numbers of the score of the
big sensational musical success,—
"Madame Sherry," the Impression ll
current in sonic quarters that the
production's charm is ill greater pal t
musical. Report says lhat the ninth
qualities ot tin play are no Icsh en
gaging than its ICOre. The low ol
.' in,in for a maul under odd nrium
stances,love ut ihe soulful, romantic
sut, love that blossoms in the heart
of youth and flourishes as true love
ever does, when tb.ngH du not go
smoothly, is lhe reigning spell of the
production, according to repurl, hut
this love, this courtship is so linset
on  so   many  sides,   and   attended    by
so many misadventures, that     while
itself remaining an appealing Inter -
c;t, all its accessory situation arouses  amusement.      Somo  idea of  the
lun developed mny perhaps be gleamed   by  a summary  of the character ol
the play which be Ides tha lover   In
elude an Italian house janitor, Ills
Irish   wife, i,  lively   lun-lovlng actM
a   New  York  niiiii alin.it   town, an ex
citable     Venezuelan,    an   amusingly
whimsical   utile  ol   the   iniiid   ill love,
and  others,  Including  the  pupils of a
ttanclflg  school  and  the guests    of    a
yaohblttg party.
At   the    EdiBon theatre,   Monday
October  UUtli.
ADDRESS III MCI
Sir Andrew Fraser Will Speak
o< His Experience in li,iiia
Next Sunday JTrlernoon
The men of Revelstoke will have n
treat on Sunday afternoon next, in
the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium, when Sir
Andrew Fraser wiil speak about his
work and experience .11 India. Every
man in Revelstoke ought to make it
a point to hear him.
Sir Andrew is to be bhe guest of
the Lieut.-Governor in practically
each province, and Is i n i oi the best
known servants ol the Crown that
Scotland has produced.
The Program Committee b is fort
unatily secured the help of Sir Andrew Eraser, K.O.S.I., formerly Lieut
Governor of Bengal India. He is a
vice-chairman of the Edinburgh Conference nnd is also a member of the
Continuation committee. He Was ihe
most notable figure at the National
.Missionary Congress in Toronto in
tlie spring of l'Jii'.l, and his services in
ihat connection will always be remembered with peculiar pleasure by
.hose who heard  bim.
His wide experience as one of Great
Britain's great pro-consuls, his genial disposition, deeply spiritual nature, an.l simple but forceful way of
stating facts from his own experience
ol more than thirty-live years in the
service of the Crown in India, give
him a unique and commanding place
,1 mission circles.
He comes to Canada especially for
these meetings, and since the arrange
ment has been nia.le, leading universities in ibis country and the United
States have been endeavoring to se-
■iirc him for series of addresses on
India.
Special music is bein- nrranged for
Sunday's meeting. Instrumental mus
ic:—Mr. W. T. Davies, Mr. E. Cameron.
Those who passed the Y last Saturday morning must have wondered
.-.ho was making such a noise. It was
only a free-for-all day in the gym
ind the outburst was from '15 pairs
ol lungs combined. At 'J:.'1U tha boys
mustered in at the invitation of the
I hysical Director. After two hours
of tumbling and group games, all
went downstairs and enjoyed a good
shower bath and a swim, and they
all went bome feeling that they ha*l
spent a great morning,
Basket Ball—All Interested in the
I game of basket ball are requested to
le at the meeting tonight, in the Y,
at eight sharp. The captains will he
.lected nnd they in turn will choose
their nun from a list of players. The
Referees will be also chosen by the
executive.
The Boys' Bible class started last
Sunday morning, the prospects are
good for a profitable Sunday morn -
ing and every boy should avail himself of the opportunity of being at
the class next Sunday morning.
The Business Men's class has been
changed from Mondays .-nd Thurs-
lays to Tuesdays and Fridays, every
business man needs the exercise.
Bowling—Tuesday, Oct. 17, Y. M.C.
A. vs. Business Men; Y.M.C.A., 20411;
Business Men, 2003—Gain for Y.M.C.
A..   1(1  pins.
Mr. A. S. McAlester, railroad secretary of Kenorn, will arrive in the
city tomorrow to assist Sec. Thomson to secure their BOO members.
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HEATING STOVES
We have a large stock of Belle
Oak, Sunbeam Oak, Hoi Blast
Airtight nnd other beaters,
with specially heavy grates
and linings, at prices to suit
oil. Our shipment of Kootenay and Sasit-Alts Ranges is
also due and we will be ableto
iill all orders.
Hay, Flour and Feed
Just unloaded a car   of  Royal
'lint seholil Flour, one ol I ii I
Wheat ,.ml Mill Peed and one
ot Timothy Hay.
Choice Crcceries
v^    Fruits ard Vegetables
BOURNE  BROS.
te
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
Groceries and Men's Furnishings
Sh'pping Odors and Packs for the hills
always given careful attentior.   Phone 93.
!  JOHN Mcl-VTYRT- & SON     i»1I# <>:$
Reviisiio leat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's  Products
Coast Sealed Oysters Smoked and Fresh Salmon
Smoked and Fresh Halibut Kippers Bloaters
Herrings Wild   Ducks
Brookfie'd Extra Creamery Butter
Sweet Clover Creamery Butter
Meadow Sweet Dairy Butter       Cold Spring Dairy Butter
Choice Fresh Killed Etef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb
Swifts' Premium Hams, Eacon, Leaf Lard
MsMs float Market, Ltd.
I linn Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 1G1
A Bpi'i-iai table in being arranged
lor the children ut Y.M.C.A. Turkey
BUpper, Thanksgiving Day ut 5:30
Hospital Benefit
Mr. p. it. Allen, manager ol tho
well known Allen Players, han arranged to give a benefit performance
in nnl ot the hospital on Friday night
Tbere will he a slight udvanoe in
in him mi tin*; occasion, but the lms
pltal will reap ihe benefit.
Mr. Allen imn helped the Reveletoke
hospital during former vigils to   tbe
eity, ami the  lanMeS oi thfl  Guild have'
alwayi    netted   .1 nioe sum to help
llieni  rally   on   the  good   work   which1
thoy hnve undertaken,
In a railroad town, the hospital Ik
an Institution     which should receive
bhe hearty support nl .ill classes, nml
iii attend bhe benefit performance on
Friday night will  1 ,*   . ch ince
to help iiivil nt the imiiiii' t Ime see one
o*.' the     plays pree nted  by  what   Ih
undoubtedly  th iki   popular 00m ,
pany which lms i vi*r appeared here,   1
'I'Iim play In Iim I'l.'M. in. .1 is " In
the Bishop's Carriage," 1 n * ol bhfl
best plays tho company u i on bhe
occasion of l 1 here. Tbe
Royal Hungarian Quartette will be
board between the acts as usual, and
uh there are In Heal Ions ol .1 packed
house, those    wishing to  - il     good
lata should secure their iiekots with
out delay at McDonald's drug store.
Don't forget aboul  tho Thanksgiving Turkey Bupper al  tbe Y.M.C.A,,1
October -JUtli at i'.'iO to 8 p.m.
Tailored Suits and Overcoats
FOR   MEN
Hundreds of them here, by far the largest
Assortment ne have ever offered in the
City. No matter what the price you are
prepared to pay there is a Suit or Over-
coal here to meet it. They have the stvle,
lit and cloth.
McKAE MERCANTILE CO.. LIMITED
Men's   Furnishers
Organized at Galena
a meeting for tbe purpose ol organ
i/.iin; a County Orange Lodge for the
I olumbia Valley was held in the or-
hall it Catena on Saturday evening last. Mr, J.W, Whitley ol Van.
couver was presenl as the represents
II *,*** ni ih *    i'i ..i Incial On nd Lodge.
There was .1 good  representative pre
ni ii om the lod .     ,i 1 lalena, Ool
don and Windermere,   Oolden star.
five Suffocated in Toronto
Toronto, Oct. K t't-.f men were
found ilenrt yesterday morning in
llii'ii rooms at the Occidental hotel,
1920 Dtimlus street went, Toronto, uli
suffocated hy illuminating pas. Pour
ni the victims wire in the room and
the lifth was in ail adjacent room.
In the roofn where the four won'
found a half opened jet aud „ partly
turned connection to a fn- heater was
covered and the pas thnt esoaped
ill this 1 in'in wns the cause irf the
Iim Hi  ol the five.
The d.»d are:—
Samuel Kii'iie, aged '22. polisher,
George Herbert Knowles, ap-d 10,
mechanic.
George Williams, aged (5, polisher.
William  Downs, aged   11.  m.irlilniwtf
William      Allen,    aged  BO,  hnrness-
makir.
Granite cement, 15c. n package, at
Mclntyre'!, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, Uth, 1911
THIlE nVCA.IL-HIERJ-.LID, "KEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER,  18th,  19115■'
e
Fuel for Winter
-^
Pittsburg Anthracite Coal $16 per ton
Wellington Soft Coal $11
WOOD—3 ricks to cord
16 inch mixed hard wood $7.50 a cord
4 foot Cedar - $6.25
Order your supply early to be sure
of Fuel for the Winter
^
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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HDaiUlbevalb
Z\-c
P0DLI3QED  WEDNESDAY   AND
SirORDAY AT
REV ELSTOKE.   U.   C.
interior pubitsbino Company.
Limited
ADVERTISING RATES.
Le^al notices 11 cenu per line first
insertion, j eeuts per line each
eubuequtnt insertion. Measurements Noupanel t.1'2 lines make
one inch.; Store and general
business aunouncetiienta $2.liu pei
inch per mouth. 1'reierreJ posi
tioiio, 25 per cent, additional
births, Marriages aud Deaths, Sim
each insertion.
Land notices $7.50.  All advertise
ments subject to  the approval o
the  management.      Wanted      anu
Condensed       Advertisements  :  -
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sii i
nations  wunted,    Situations    Va
caul, Teachers Wanted, Mechanic;
Wanted,  25 «ords or    less,    'iie.
each     additional     line  10 ceuts
Changw     il    standing advertise
ments   must   be   in    by a a. in
Tuesday and Kriday of each weel
to  secure  Rood   display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on mnl
ters  of  public      interest.        Com
munications to Editor must      1>-
arcompnnieil    by    name of writet
nut    neeessarily    for   publication
but     as    evnlenee of good faith
Correspondence  should  he  brief.
SUBSCRIPTION  HATES
Includinz  pmitaiie  to  England,  Unit
ed States and Canada.
Steamer Ashore
Victoria, Oct. Hi—Th,' C.P.R. steam
it Princess Beatrice, running between
Vancouver Prince Rupert nnd tlw
Northern Canaries, struck o.i Noble
island at ten o'clock Satiu-diiy, and
is held fast on the rocks.
The 300 passengers, 2 mi of whom
are Chinese being brought smith
Irom the Canaries, were taken oil by
the steamer Vrnture, and landed al
Alert Bay. No one was injured. Th,*
wooden steamer struck an hour from
low water. Sin- is lying shattered,
with three fathoms of water under
her stern and the bow hard ashore.
Large holes are In the bow and thc
forward hold is filled with water. The
rmrine rooms pumps are keeping the
vessel free of wuter alvnft the hulk
heads,  which  are  holding  well.
Winn the vessel struck  the Chinese
In the steerage were greatly alarmed
but the officers succeeded in controlling  them  and  the  passengers     were
j taken  ofl   in small   boats und   trans
i ferred without mishap t" the Venture
i whieh  responded to  the  distress    sig-
nals.
The    steamer      Princess   Uoyal     is
! standing  hy the wreck  and  the    sal
vage Bteamer Salvor and the   steam-
I ship Princess May have been sent to
i the stranded vessel's assistance.    The
Princess May will call at  Alert    bay
and     pick up the passengers.     Lines
■ have been made fast to trees on   the
island to keep the ship trom slipping
Into   deep      water   before  the  salvors
make temporary repairs.
Arrowhead Iv.ofP.'s entertain (i.e.
A  special    meeting   ol.     Arrowhead
By the year Uhroush poatofllce) J2.5I*   1[>dge     No. 38,     Knights of Pythias.
 ~ — —^_rr-_=;—   j was convened last Friday night,    the
! occasion being the ollicial visit       of
' the Grand Chancellor.   There  was    a
', good  attendance,  although  many    of
the members are living out ol town.
'Bros.   E.  (i.  Burrldge  and  11.     Arm
Strong  of  Revelstoke;   llro.  Gilchrist,
of Grand Forks, and Bro.  Miller    of
Nakusp  were also present.
After   a   short,   session   an   adjourn
ment  was made to the banquet  ball.
where an     elfibonte collection of ed
Ibles had    been     prepared    by mine
hosts      Chapman  and   Irwin  of      the
Lake view     hotel.   The  floral  de ora
tions  were particularly  tint' and   were
highly ci until, ni e.l on by the     Ol ind
Chancellor.   Alter lull     justice     ha l
been done the good things prepar&d,
the following toast list in the hands
of the local c.c. was -gone through
"The King and Empire," responded
to by     Urns. Faulkner anh    Elsdon;
"The  Supreme  Lodge,"  toast   a
customary, was drank tn sllencej"The
Grand  Lodge,"  ably   responded      to
by tbe guesl ol the evening;      ' Th.*'
Pythian  Sisters,"  i ■ spi n led  t'*        i
Bin,   Roberts;     "Bael elot   ' a  *'.'-
responded t" by     Bros     McGaghran
and Faulkner; "Married Kn
plied   tn  by      Bros.   Carry  and  I
the former tak.ni: this opportui   I
saying goodbye to the lirothi rs      of
Arrowhead, ns !:■•  wae leaving
town;   "Visiting  Brethren,"    bi
;..rth .ible responses from Bt
i'i.!>t   of     Grand   Forks     and    llro
Irmstn ng   ol   Revelstoke    "Mot
'Alv   ■     ,n*i   Sweethearts,"   Was   I'tlalli
; * in
as;  "Our Hosts,"  brought the  I
*    p.*      I   ■
i .  ible manner, i*'it    i b *
/. "       *   .  .a    mo leal '      ti
U intet
Bro. I '■■ delight
.......i , *   Hth choice   eli i I
Iron     I ir  reper
toire    Bt      '■■ Ion   treated  I he  * ■ ■■•
pany t,    *     * i Hi*,   Fnulknei to
•   *   ■ oi      '  .'Hub       *. re
much  in i •'.- l Him  National   \nt.hrni
•   •   ,,   in,* •                '        m   * nt   to  **i
Ins.*.
Ci.ic flfcailTbcraiii
WEDNESDAY,   OCTOBER,   1Mb.   l'.Ui
FORESTRT  IN  SAXONV
The     aggregate area  of the    stat *
forest of Saxony is fess than  I *
.. res,      The yield ol the state ('.rests
in tbe yeai   190!  was 22G million fee:
...  I  mi as ire.   In  this  total      are
compi ssed  eighty-three per cent    of
wood and timber tit tor technical us,*
and  seventeen  per  cent,  ol firewood.
Tbe  i.-t  ol      mini    maturity   lieyond
trees  are  not allowed  to     re
fol   spi ice, eighty years; for
pine, eigbtj  years; lor all hardwoods
and  twenty years.    Th*
liametei        the   trees measured      at
feet  a  ove the eai tn
■    ..•—-  igee   lepends entirely on tbe
[ualityol soil.   It   vanes    foi
•'••;. *.* gbt and ten inches;
i**r pine, between six and ten Inches.
Tbe em.i» grosa expense Ioi forestry
"- was ,i million and a hall dal-
,.irs fori) pei cent (oi salari
fort) per cent lor logging and fores I
experiments, and twenty pei cenl li i
plan- ■ ling.     The en
!„-. ....* li "in lorestt *
llKii was  • odre
tbouauu!    Tii- nei   revenue wai
■ siaequefl *■•   * * a  n. Ill       lout    b n
n-i -.'* UMUd     tUai i   -   ial to   fivi
. tbii ■ ■ ■ *o cents net  pe
.i' le.
Ground Broken for Exposition
I**..     "iin  i
' •   .i,    tn ,t        •* en       *i n.  »l   idi
,...*ti here today Ioi l
Pan.una Pai   Ifli      expi   *'n    I I  IS
that  Is to i   n m m i al   I ie * i»ii   /
ol bbe i'.i.. in.. * anal   Pri   I.*it Taf'
i.ftol tbe first    , dai I tn
from 'tn* ground "n  which i:. * . -,
tion buildings « 111 i Ite,  Ma I inn   Ml
han Nordics saag ber »reetl ig,     snd
more tb,,n   100,000  pel ow  tilled    llu
great  Stadium   in    Golden   l.u*   pan
to  witness the first ceremony in	
of what Mr, Taft an.l other srei.Kcm
called "tbe greatest sng.acerlng ttnl
iti- w.u Id hoH ever seen, the Pnranm
canal."
Notioe to Housekeepers.—Why worry about cooking a turkey dinner lor
Thanksgiving, when the Ladles Auxiliary to tbe Y.M.C.A. are serving
,,ne at l:if) o'clock at thc Y.M.C.A.
gilding.
Colonel Was Ihere
Toronto, Ocl 16 A three Ioi t vein
of nre, running about (25,0'H) a ton,
or a '•: rn million dollars to e1 ei , 1(1
Ions. exists in the Preston East
Home mini's. This is lbe affirmation
ot Ool. R.55, Htewni ( Wenthei ly, Bi II
ish viie i-i.ii.iiil nt Nome, Alaska, who
Is  aho  n   minin.'   englni ei   end   c.ii'it
allot. Colonel Weabberly didn't Mare
tbe fiict. nbroad -didn't even announce
it--the fart just evolved, and bbe al
liriiint.iun  likewise.   Irom   the  colonel
fn  like  manner  Pre ton  Ra     Home
shares have aeroplaneil from  20 to
but not before Colonel Wsathsrly had
bought in a ronsi'lcruble quantity,
1mm
stm^
MISS VERNA FELTON
With the Allen Players To-Night Edison Theater
Dr. R. A. Mossman gave a lecture
before the Women's Institute on Wed
iiesday atternoon, taking for his subject "Emergency Cases," the doctor
gave a very instructive discourse. At
the conclusion a hearty vote of
thanks was tendered Dr. Mossman by
the  ladies.
Capt. and .Mrs. Dougal left on a
trip to Calif oi nia. The Copt will retain in a month, and Mrs. Dougal will remain for the winter for the
benefit of her health.
A meeting was held in the barber
shop ou Wednesday evening lust for
the purpose of organizing u brass
bond, lt was discovered that we
have a number of old band players In
town and we see no reason why Nakusp within a sh.'it time cannol have
., band that will be u credit to tbe
town.
Mr.I.. J. Edwards, our genial stat
ion agent, has just returned (rom a
vacation  to the i*
Mr,  and  Mrs   Thos.    Austin    have
d  the  furnished hi me  *.:    Capl
Dougal  lor  the winter.
i in
Nanaimo,
'.'!.. I tO
pro
*
jns-
-heir
■
*.    ■:   .
Mr. L. E. McDougald's famous race
horse .links was taken to his winter
quarters ut Burton by dockcy Jim -
my Sneddon, it is the intention of
Mr. McDougul.l to again Secure the
services of this great jockey for next
season.
Kev.  Allan  Wilkie returned  from    a
vi-iit to Vancouver and roast cities.
Kev. S. Phillimore very kindly plac
ed his beautiful lnuiiih the Victory,
at the disposal of the church of Eng
land to convey the Sunday school
rhildren for a pic-nie to Eos.hall
creek on Saturday lust, where n very
pleasant day wus spent.
Nakusp appreciated very much the
splendid write up of the fair in die
Mail Herald, and when the next Itevelstoke fun Monies around Nakusp
will be there with their own hand
,1,: , boost wagon.
MALAKWA ITEMS
A conoerl     was given on Saturday
■,   tin   residents Ol  Malakwa, to
:n.      Ml .   L.u Isaj .   who   is   about
tbi    work   ol   Mr.   Seott
.:i   tu,*  Pre      '  •    n  ili'in-b  here.   An
: mi was arrangi I    and
•ongs  were  greatly     ap-
*.\ ■:.***mc  Mr.    J.
tt     Smith   »_0   has  bought   out    Mr.
■  ...* the    posl
. ■ .■,.-'., ,.f
imved home
engtby sojourn     In
*
:,/./...!    *■
I
Vti
\t th
. I th il
price
■
the thank
tho hi ai ty  I**   *
..,      n  this  mattei
Oui   ii •    prlng
,i  party of loui
tO  I       1     olll        UH*.ih
with      i good
Will        !         .1 M-M I ,111'M
■11,1   I
.1, i;    Billing
thi    * i   i.   Co hero, spenl  h   :
town Mii'inii' mi old   *   ill
years slnoo Mr   Billings   ■ n i here Bnd
be  was   ,'n pi i led  al   the  many     lm
in ovements an I pi ogi   ■   4 til   * »wn
Minn  Alice  Jordon '
iin*   Bummoi    ui     i" ■ a. lelt Ioi bei
home in Ucattle.
ARROW PARK notes
alioll
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Pollards Coming
■
poi
i' * i ' .
,* im ne
t.ll      II        |H   ' * Ml    III .11   l|
pal ; i
VOI it'1 ii  ■    *MI    -Mill    lb-
■    lb    i    l*'l    ..I   I level    ne .c    pi   .;,   ■     ,il I
ed to th
,nnl in tb     *■   '   * ,
■ in Golden Beadle   ai        ild
to be better and funnier thau before.
At the Bdison theatre.
Scarcity of Ties
Winnipeg, Oct, 16- A creosoting
plant for treating ties tor the Canadian Northern Railway is 'being established at Fort Francis by a Scottish lirm. It is the intention of the
railwny company to have all their
ties creosoted in future in order to
prolong their life. It Is also probable that experiments will be made
with creosoted poplar ties owing   to
; the growing scarcity and consequently Increased cost of harder wood now
. used.
j Sir William Mackenzie has hcen con
slderlng the adoption of poplar sleep- ]
ers and has had tests with creosote
treatment  under  observation.      Rail-
1 way men arc growing, quite concern-
' ed about the     matter of tie supply.
| Year by year ties are becoming more
costly  nnd something  will have to lie
I done lieforc the price becomes prohibitive. A great fortune awaits the
man who will lind a substitute, com-
b'n'ng cheapness an.l durability, -for
the present wooden ties, the supply
of which will not last many more
years at the present rate of consumption.
COAL!
COAL!
Avoid disappointment and order your Coal
now.   I have on hand
PENNSYLVANIA HARD COAL
WELLINGTON SOFT COAL
PHONE No. 60
S. Ci. ROBBINS,   - FIRST STREET
W. Parry
AUCTIONEER & VALUATOR
REVELSTOKE
AUCTION SALE
Starting Sat. Oct. 14th and every
Saturday and Monday
Watches, Jewelry, eto.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock oi' Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S le or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
PORT MANN
The Pacilic Terminal Port of the
Canadian Northern Railway
Ollicial announcement is mode that the
townsite lots will lie on sale within Mxty
days As was tlie same 111 l'rince Rupert
record prices wiil reign, some say
S15IIUH to $20000 per lot. The lots
nearest to what will lie tlle highest
priced railway lots are those across the
road belonging to us. Tbey arc big 50
(eel by IM feet lots to a 21) foot lune,
and are ahout .Iiki yards off the water
front. Prices now asked arc only from
(!15C0 up wiih .i year terms. These
show opportunities for greatest ipiick
profits ever offered In the country. No
private subdivision in thi-- Terminal can
ever be so .lose as ours. Reuienil'er
lilt- highest prices .it the sale will set
ilie value lo our lol-.. We recommend
speedy action us only about fifty lots
remain unsold Ask lor maps and
prices.   Sole agents—
[he Selwyn Investment Company.Ltd.
311 Dominion Trust Bldg. Vancouver B.C.
Your Electric Fixtures
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and they vvill immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained etherwise.
Don't swear when the lights go out.   Let us do that
for you.
A. G. DUCK,   =   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Biock
>v
Player Pianos, Pianos and Organs
Duv reputation is well known for square dealing.
We can give you better prices,  better quality,  than any
other house in the trade.
WHY 1   Call ami wc will prove this statement up to the
hilt.
Revelstoke Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
J. Bingham, Prop.
Wood for Sale
First class wood, any desired length and in any quantity can be had by leaving
an order at S. McMahon's
blacksmith shop.
Phone No. 87
DAN MclNTOSH
MISS  WRIGLEY
P ni,ling and Drawing
and Wuter Colors
lioldei of  s..inli  Ken-
\n   Maitei  •  1 ■ Miii
. 1 Certifier ea
■.  I'nintlnK!   Ornament Palm
 lm,1 i*. *    'hniniK Ir.'in
i  ..I. ..mi,*   III ' la)   llimi the
1   National  llmA   l'i m     lot
1 1 Igure in (his.
a , i.i    forming fm junioi  pupl]
il'* 1 noon,
1 oi ''Mi.*, ippl; ta
M1S8  WI'H.I I   .
l .111   Mi      II *.
I.l'jli'l.     \i   I ,    I'llll.
Iven that, on the
li* "ini. i*i    nett,   1,;.||.rii
tion      • '   , *,. 1,, ii,,. guperln
■■'        I'n,' in. ,;il    PolleC      l'i
• >i the    hotel llcenac t" s'-ll
"i'I'.i   uy retail  in  tbi hotel  Un nn
us the Beaton hotel, dtuataat iient
ill     n  Hi,*  Pl n*. uu ,* ■,; llntish 1 i.lum
Inn.
I i*i    1
I'lll.
H.  NKLL1B,   AppllQMt.
MACARONI
Just received,  fresh from Italy, One carload of Choice Macaroni
Choice Groceries always in   stock
D. GALLICANO, 2nd Street, Near Railroad Track
• REVELSTOKE   OPERA   HOUSE*
Lbssbb anu Manaiikb, J, K, Thomson
(IRAND l'HOTO DISPLAY. SI5ASON NIGHTLY
DOORS OPEN TllK).   COMMENCE 8 p.m.
Grand Dance Wednesday, October 18th, I9II
Do You Want Windows, Doors, and Finishing
ll will pay you to net our Prices before purchasing elsewhere
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY- We carry a large utoct ol
Windows and Doors anil ran lill lour orders promptly. We will
be pleased to give you a delivered quotation on anything you
require.     We  manufacture windows, doors, mouldings, storm
sash, semens, cabinets Ol   all  hiiuls,  tables,   turnings,   -.tore ami
lun listiires. church seats iiiiiI pulpits, door and window frames,
finishing of all kimls, etc. Wa are large ilealers ill sheet, fancy
;iiul Plate glnss, shingles, lath, etc.    Write lor Prices.
8. C. SMITH LUMBER CO.. Vernon. B. C.
JOHN LEE
Drygoods
Dressmaking
Ladies' Tailoring
Fit  Guaranteed
Hand-Fainted Cups, Saucers
Fine Japan China Tea Sets
FOR SALE
Rhode Island Red Chickens
V. (!. RufT Leghorn
l'ekin Ducks
Endden Geese
Young and old stock at reason-
able prices.
Write or I'hone to
Kew Grove Poultry Farm
Revelstoke, B C. Phone 212
i t
LOWER T<) W N   Shlfohb GllPe
i.„poS,.e Cwtrsl  Hotel ],V.'C^.V_;.?.0.V.V' r."?V0,$V,.;& K
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WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER,   18th,   liill
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WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER,  ISth.   1911
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS
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Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Hank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELS7CKE    ERANCH--F   Nl. GIBSON. IWGR
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MEN'S  AND   BOYS'  SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1865
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    $4400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all tbe Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS
At all Branohes.
BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
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Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Kstim.ites given (or Sanitary work, Electric Lighting, Hot
Air. Water, Steam Heating and all kinds ol  Sheet   Metal
Work.
Baths, lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No.	
Box 401
G-3HT  WISEI
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters ]
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows Inm. he will
tell yon tlml llie whit-keys we are
Selling lire the bent. Call nnd he
i oiivlnretl. No liniwlmlil should
lie wilhoul h supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Nhlskeyi our
Frnpln liqueur Brandy, Kiiaianteed
80 years old or Blaokborry Brandy
for Meiiii-imil pui poxes. Our stock
of choice W'im t nnd Liquors of all
kinds uie urn xi. II,,]. Bold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers ard Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars snd Clgartttss
I  >
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very line assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own Nurseries
on ilie Coldstream Estate
II. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, B, C, Revelstoke, B, C
Broke Out of Jail
Moi.se Jaw, Oct. 16— Three men
liroke jail from hare Thursday night.
How they got away without being
seen is somewhat ol a mystery, but
they are certainly free, and up to a
late hour tonight they have not been
recaptured. They got away by making a hole through th*e wall at the
hack   of    the
7:15 a.m., leaves 7:35 a.m.
No. 2 arrives at 11:40 a.m., leaves
at 12 o'clock noon.
No. 4 arrives at 12:45 a.m., leaves
at 12:55 a.m.
South train leaves Revelstoke at
7:35 a.m., arriving back at 4:15 p.m.,
connecting here with No. 13.
Bear the date in mind, Oct. 30th—
cell   into  the  elevator '. Turkey Supper at Y.M.C.A.
shaft. The discovery was made at
7:30 and at once a hue and cry was
raised all over town, but to no vail.
The men had been here six weeks
having been arrested on suspicion of
being concerned in the robliery of a
hardware store at Kenmore, N.D.
When taken prisoners they had
enough guns on their persons to suggest that they travelled for a small
amis factory. The sheriff from Minot
came here and identified them. They
have since been waiting the completion of extradition  proceedings.
Their names are Webbes, Brown and
Anderson, and they are of the confirmed criminal class. Another in the
adjoining cell had the same oppoitun
ity but did not take the advantage
of it.
Woman on Trial for Murder
Ontonagan, Mich., Oct. ifi— After
nearly five months spent in jail, Mrs.
Laura Stannurd, member of a weal -
thy and prominent family of this
section was arraigned in the Ontonagan county court today to stand
trial for the alleged murder of her
husband. On the dny of his death
('has. Stannard, came home at daybreak in a condition of intoxication.
It is said, he went to lied after
drinking some coffee, und to have
been prepared by his wife, and soon
afterward died in convulsions. The
prosecution  alleged      that strychnine
DBIJNKKNMvSS
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CAN    BE   CURFI>.
OM Fallacy That Drunkenness Cannot
Be Cured Exploded.
Many men drink who desire to stop
the habit. Whisky, however, hus undermined the constitution and created
a craving that Is not to be denied
and the man must have whisky or
something that will remove the craving and build up the system and restore   the  nerves.
Samaria Prescription stops the craving, steadies the nerves, builds up the
general health and makes drink actually distasteful and naus.-ous. H is
tasteless and odorless, and can be given with or without the patient's
knowledge, In tea, eoltee or food. It
is used regularly by Physicians and
Hospitals. It has cured thousands In
Canada, and restored happiness to
hundreds  of homes.
Read   what   Mrs.   G. ,   0f   Hull,
says of lt and what It did for hor
"It Is four months tu-day -nice1* I
started to use your Remedy, r folluw-
ed the directions, and had i.'h* bust of
resulU. One week after 1 started using your Remedy the pstlent stopped
drinking, and has not drunk a glass
of liquor since. I hope you will accept
my heartfelt thanks. Hoping God will
bless your Remedy whenever tried. I
remain, ^
Mrs.  O ,  Hull,  Que.
(Name   withheld   by  request.)
Now, If there Is anyone In your
town who needs this Remedy, tell
them of It. Practical philanthropy
can take no better form. If you have
a husband, father, brother or friend
who drinks, help them help themselves.     Write  to-day.
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE of Samaria, with Booklet giving full particulars, directions, testimonials,
price, etc., will be sent In a plain sealed package to anyone mentioning this
paper. Correspondence sacredly confidential.    The trial package alone has
confidential.     Write to-day.   The Sa
was put into the coffee,  while     Mrs. , maria Remedy Co., Dept.  46-49, Col-
Stannard maintains that what she
put in the cup was a powder to cure
her husband of the drink habit. Much
public sympathy is felt for the woman because of her previous high standing in the community and the fact
that she is the mother of four children.
Prize for Apples
norne St., Toronto, Canada. AIbo
for Sale by C. R. Mncdi nald, Druggist, Revelstoke, B.  C.
LIQUOR    ACT,  1910.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that I, Kmuia Foster,
of Rossldid, B. C, intend to apply
for permission to purchase tbe lollowing described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted at
or near the South East corner ol
Lot 8178, thence south BO chains, j
west 80 chains, north 80 chains and
eaBt 80 chains to point of commence,
ment and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated August llth, 1911.
EMMA   FOSTER,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thut I, William H Mc-
Whirter, of Ymir, B. 0., occupation
Lumberman, intend to apply t-.*r permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
tbe EaBt shore of Mosquito Lu.it at
or near thu North-west corner ol Lol
8402, being the South Wost corner,
thence running north 80 c.iains alt ng
the shore of said lake, th'ince srst
40 chains, south 80 chains am', west
40 chaius to point of cumin.uii-em-'iii,
aud containing 320 acres, p^re or
less.
Dated  August llth,  1911.
WILLIAM R. McWHIRTER, Applicant
James Fisher, Agent.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT
NOTICE.
Broadview   (Fractional)   L.   H.  an
Indiana Mineral Claims,  situate      in
the  Trout  Luke  Mining  Division    of
West Kooteuay District.
Where located:—On  Great  Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I, O. B. N.
Wiikie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Certificate Numnber
B25597, intend, Bixty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Notice is hereby given that, on the Recorder Ior a Certificate of Im-
lirst day of December next, applica- provements, for the purpose of ob-
tion will be made to the Superin - taining a Crown Grunt ot the above
tendent    of    Provincial    Police      for   "aims.
renewal  of the hotel  license to    sell
New     York, Oct.   lC-Thc Northern   ,i(l,10r   by  retail   in   the  hotel  known
Pacilic is offering a prize of $500 in
gold for the best exhibit of twenty-
live boxes of apples at the American
Land nnd Immigration Exposition. I
The competition is open to the world. J
A great deal of interest has been
aroused among fruit growers, and it
is evpected that there will be a large
quantity of apples on display in competition for this prize.
asthe  Eva Hotel,  situate  at      Camborne, iu  the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 10th day of October, 191*1
H.   G.   WARE,   Applicant.
Duke Swears in Martin-Burrell
Ottawa,  Oct.   16—His  Royal  High
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice    that sixty   days after
date Dominion  Sawmills   and    Lumber Ltd.. of     RevelBtoke,    B.   0., a
Lumber  Company  intend to apply to   of    Harrisonburg,     Virginia,   occupa
the Minister of Lands for permission   tion   School  Teacher,   intend    to  apneas the Duke of Connaught motored j to purchase (lMO) Two hundrtd    and   ply for  permission to  purchase    the
Irom     Ridcau    Hall to the governor   f°rty  acres of land  described as fol-  following  described lands:
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of August,
1911.
O. B. N. WILKIE,
Trout Lake. B. C.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice  that I, Mabel Ralston,
general's office in the East Block at ,
11:30 this morning, to swear in Martin Burrell. the member for Yale-
Caribou, as minister of agriculture.
Mr. Burrell came in from the west
this morning. Tbe Dulfe administered
tbe oath in the presence of Premier
R. L. Borden. All th3 memlars of
the new cabinet have now been sworn
iu. During tbe presence o! the Duke
In the East Block, the royal standard
of EDgland floated over the building.
Iowb:
Commencing at a  post planted
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the North East Coruer    of
ehuins   south   from   the   South    East   Lot 'i32i- he'ng the South  West Cor-
corner  of Pearsons  Pre-Emption, Lot   ller'   thence running  north  80 chains,
::092, Group One, Kootenay District
and marked "D. S. M. & L. Ltd.,
South West Corner Post," thence
north 60 chains, thence east 40
chains, thence south 60 chains, thence
west 40 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated this Sth day ot August, 1911.
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Ltd.
Ag.19-60     By James England, Agent
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
Reported Italian Reverse
London, Oct. 13—Two diflerent reports received here from Constantinople say the Italians were driven
back to Tripoli with a loss ol 1,603 first day of December next, appiica-
nien. The Young Turks are openly tion will be made to the Superln-
advocating the deposition ol thc pre- j tendent of Provincial Polico for
►ent sultan. The situation in thc renewal of tlie hotel license to sell
Turkish capital ls regarded as aerl-j liquor by retuil in the hotel known
ous, with prospects of much Wood- as the Halcyon Hot Springs hotel,
shed tomorrow. j situate  at Halcyon,   in  the  Province
A  prize  court has been formed    to   of British Columbia.
east 80 chains,  south 80 chains    and
west SO chains to point of commencement and  containing 640 acres  more
or less.
Dated August 9th,  1911.
MABEL RALSTON, Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
—
Buy Your Sash and Doors at Home
Our goods ran not he beaten outside for price or quality. Now
is the time iu get your Sioioi Sasll and Doors. We have them
in all sizes. 1'repare now before Lhe Winter sets in. Our
Factory is workiug full time and we make everything in
woodwork, Sash and Doors, Mouldings, Staircase, Church,
Office, Bar and Hotel Fixtures. Turnings of every description.
We also keep a large stock of Fancy and Flam Glass and
Builders' Supplies on haml. Prompt delivery, good service
and courteous treatment that's our motto. A trial order is
solicited from you.
The Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory
gi-:o. IJ.  SHAW.
Proprietor
FURNITURE
f We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props. *
•Enlarged  and Improved.    First-Claee in every respect      All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Ratta $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL.
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. B*\st Wines. Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a Hay.    Monthly rate.
E.   G.    BURRiDGfc
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
—WORK   8KOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
UNION HOTEL
AKltOAHKAD, B. 0,
■Special Attention given to commercial
m"i ami tnorlsts. Firat-claM nampla
rooms. Pineal scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
R. Z. 'CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
dinpose ol tbe Italian vessels captured since hostilities bettan.
COMING EVENTS
Oct. 1" to 28.—The return ol the
popular Company, the Allen IMuy-
en and Misa Verna Ktlton, at the
Bdison theatre.
Nov. 30—Mark Hamburg the great
Russian Pinnlit, at tbe Kdison
theatre.
Dec. 18—CM'. Walker present!) the Wm
Yuls company In tbe Rivals, at tb
Bdison theatre.
Ian. 10—Return tA Wm. Yule & Co.,
in Dombey ft Son,  Bdison theatre.
Jan. 26—Tbe famous Ferguson's Jubilee Hingers considered the best col
ored concert company on the road.
Bdiaon  theatre.
Feb. 26—Thc Caetlesquare Bnter-
talnera in high clasa concert at the
Bdison theatre.
G. P, R. TIMETABLE
WBBTBOUND.
No.  8 arrive* at 6 a.m.,  Ipnv.f! at
i* ii) a.m.
No. 1  arrives at 3 1.1  p.m.,   leavas
at 3:35  p.m.
No.  13,   Hcattle  train,  arrivra      at
4 36 p.m.,  leave* at 4:46 p.m.
KASTHOUND.
No. 14,  .Seattle train, amvci     st
Dated  tbis 28th -day  ot flOfiM a 'cr,
1911. 'Mii.
WILLIAM  BOYD,   Applicant.
R.   M.   R. NOTICE.
The Annual Inspection of F Company, Rocky Mountain Rsngern, will
l,c held on Wednesday, October 18th,
in Drill Hall. Company Drills will
be he.d twice weekly, on Momlny and
Thursday evenings, until after Inspection.
LIEUT, II.  H.   8AWYBR, O.C.
WANTED
TO LUT—House on Third street near
t'.l'.U. Btaop. Apply Uevelstoke
(rcneral   Agencies. t.c.
HOtlBK TO LET—Uevelstoke General
Agenclea.
TO RENT—Farm, one mile and a
quarter from the city. Apply to
Mrs.  Btaooy,  Fifth street.
WANTED—A Hervatrt *irl, general
house work in small family. Apply
Mrs.  J.  R. McRae, First stree.    2t
WANTED—Table Hoarders in private
home nt reasonable terms. Apply
Moll-Herald Onirc. Oil, -It.
WANTED—Man and wife to occupy
furnished rooms. BuKabU companions for a lady. Apply to P.O.
Box 243,  RevelBtoke.
Moving pictures at EdlBon theatre
tonight.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Tuke notice that I, William R.
Reid, of Arrowhead, B. C, occupation, merchant, intends to apply for
permission to purcbase tbe [ollowing
described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
Angus McKay's South West Corner
Pos-t, Lot 501, and running north 40
chains, tbence weBt 40 chains, thence
south 4*0 chains, thence cast 40
chains to point of comm'.'ncement,
containing  160  acres, more  or less.
Dated   August  l!3rd,   1911.
WILLIAM  R.   REID.
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. Hi.I St. aril Ri Ik'id.i*
Shop in Alley Iwck of Iv. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
Luml)
IL W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P. 0. Box 31, Revelstoke
OUTFITTERS FOR
MEN WHO KNOW
J. & T.Bell's, Doctors' Special and
Reed's Cushion Shoes, McPherson1!
Trainmen's Bhoes, and dress shoes ol all
kinds, all of which an- Union tniiile.
Btanfield'l and high grmle English
Underwear. Everything 'but lhc logger
requires for comfori Chippewa falls
Driving Sboes uiul Bhoe Parks.
JOHN BULL
Howson's Hlock Revelatoke, B.C.
Cash snil One Price-
Make  your  date for  Coursier's  vacuum house cleaning,
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town.    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
(or the bush.    I make •
specialty of Logging
Shoes. Pants, Sox, Shirts
Plunkets and everything
required ill ynur business.
H Villa Lots
Close to Revelstoke
From 2 to / Acres Each
Very Suitable for Market
Gardening.    This proper-
is   cleared.      For  Prices
and Terms apply to
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Fstate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay landn in parrel* ol
10 or 20 acre* or en blue. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent
Box 616 Arrowhead
NOTICK.
lievelstoke Land District.
district of West Kootenay.
Tuke notice that 1, Amie Trsglown
ol Patterson, B. 0., occupation, married woman, Intend to apply (or per-
mltmion to purchase tbe lollowing dc-
ricrllwd lnndr:
Commencing at a pott pl.mted
about Ten (Hi) chalni Oasl ol the
South West corner of Lot K17H, |,e-
ir.g tbe North Kast corner; theucu
south 80 chains. west 80 Jiiiins,
north Wl chains ami eaet ft) chains,
to point of commeuceiuvnt and con
taining 6*10 acres more or less.
lintel   August llth,  1911,
AM1H TRKOLOWN,  Applicant. '
James Fisher, Agent.
isiruiu Kuarm mu school
ron rouxG womer
I'mler the direction of the Sisters of
the Holy Names of Jesus anil Mary.
I'i st Class Hoarding and Day School.
Primary ami Grammar Grades.
State Accredited High School.
Advanced Normal Course of two vears
accredited by the State of   Washington.
State Diplomas conferred.
Music an 1 .\rt Studio.
Write to Sister Superior fop Vear Book
Spokane, Washington
ini-nn_-*ii-ii-i ^*
oronation
>iTE A<_-_
Packed In
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60$   a pound
la com me mora (Ion of the coronation til
Kinf i-ci ne V,*' kirtfpwavft" have put on th«
market a OoTDMtJofl tin of a m<>st pttturevjut
andeirjutme d«iL*n, liearlnjj excellent |>nrtulM
Of Kir.tf '.eorpe   V, {Jurrn Mary »n<! ihr Print*
Special panr!< have bern drmgnta
" Canada, India, Afrna, Australia
of Waits.
reprr«entirj»
and NewJBaland
I'nyj n*nhrd number hare be«n imported,
I'rn.e ((Or. for OH |»*>und tint,
Al lu .i »h»pB,
Electric Restorer for Men
Phosphonol """irei t.ti, uerit la il., body
to 111 prop«r ttoiloo ; reltoris
ilm ind vitality. I'remiiia d««T and all icaaal
wriknaaa availed at anra. Pkeaphoaol will
SUUm • new man. Hiica U a boa. or two for
IS.   Mailad loanraddrtM.   Ths•catwUIhriut
Hold at Hacdoaald's Drug Store.
NOTIOB,
Notice  la hereby  (riven  thai  thirty'
d«ya  after   the  date of  the  lirsl   pnb-
lloatloo hereof, i'he undwalgnsd win
make an application to the Hoard of
I.icensinu Commissioners for the City
of HevelHtoke for pelmlaelOu to transfer to A. P. Uvesinie, of Hevelstoks,
II. <'., the license to »ell liquors by
retail al the Hotel prcmin.?* at Rev*
elstoke known ai the Union Hotel.
Dated this 21st September, IMH
3od»- Levewim * Walet>, WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER,  l&th,  1911
THIE ^yCA.IL-HERJLLID, 'EEYE LSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 18th, 19M
eV
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Provincial Elections Act
Re\elstoke Electoral District
Take notice that I bave received
objections in writing to the retention
of tbe following names on the Regis
ter of Voters for tlie Revelstoiie El
ectoral I).strict on tbc grounds stated below.
And t-akt notice that at a Couri
o! Revision to be held on the t.t..
day ni November, 1911, al Court
House Revelstoke at ll o'clock lu
the forenoon, 1 shall hear and de
termine thi sai'd objections, and un
li s - * ti named persons or some
* • hei : ■ incial voter on thoir lie
half m ■ that ,-uih objections
are nal * 1,  1 shall    Btrike
- .* :.  :. imi ■   ..::  said  RegiBter.
Dat ■ I this llth day ol October, lal i
B.   EDWARDS,
Registrar ol Vote) s.
The  lollowing  persons are
• it  (rom  the District
repot t u
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16
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59
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102
134
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137
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157
159
172
178
180
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232
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296
306
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Name
Abey, Frank Thos.
Ackert. Herbert A
Alhury, Arthur G.,
Allen, Alf. II in is,
Amej. Mm .. • E .
Andrews,  Edward
Place*
i ami ome.
i lomaplix,
,   Arrowhead
Revelstoke.
Wigwam.
Wigwam.
Answon,   James,  Comaplix.
A   guston,  peter  J.,  Hevelstoke
Backstrom,   Fred.,   Itevelstoke
Bailie, Hugh, Comaplix.
Bailie,  Hugh, Comaplix.
Bulloch, D.R., Comaplix.
Barnes,  Robeit  G.,  Arrowhead
liarr,   Wylie  11.,   pingstou (re i.
Batista.   Vittoni,  Revelstoke.
Bayes,  Melville.  Arrowhead.
Belt,  Geo.  F.   Revelstoke.
Boardmau,   Jas.   1'..,   Comaplix
Bodweil,  I.  N.,  Revelstoke.
Boggs, Arthur W., 2 Arrowhead
Hoggs,   Harry,   Arrowhead,
Bonser,   Thos.   Alf.,   Hevelstoke
Bradshaw,   William,   Wigwam:
Bregolisse,  T.,   Revelstoke.
Brown. Frederick, Comaplix.
Buckley,  John,  Revelstoke.
Bullock,  Blan.  K.,  Arrowhead.
BnrJon,  Fred.   Vi.,  Arrowhead.
Callahan,  Alfred,  Wigwam.
Caprebitiie,  Lf,  Revelstoke.
Carlson,   Anton,   Revelatoke.
Cashato.  Giaciuto,    Revelstoke.
Olark,  .las. Chas., Glacier.
Clark,  Wm.  P., Glacier.
Cole,  I'eter. Arrowhead.
Cook,   Maur.ce   J.,   Arrowhead.
Cooper,  Robert,   St.   Leon.
Coults,   David,   Arrowhead.
Cioss,   Jas.   Wm..  Revelstoke.
Defelice.   Carmine.   Uevelstoke.
DiLullo,   Angelo.   Kevelstoke.
Dunnar, David  J., Beaton,
Dunne,   I'atrick,   Comaplix.
Edwards, Albert, Comaplix.
Elsdon, Clement,    Arrowhead.
Elsdon,   Leonard,  Arrowhead.
Ennis,   William  T.,   Comaplix.
Ennis, George,  St. Leon
Erskine, Charles, Arrowhead.
Esplon,   Jus.  D..  Beaton.
Farr, Peter M., Arrowhead.
Fenwtck,  Chas.  H.,  Comaplix.
Ferguson,   Duncan,    Revelstoke,
Ferguson,   Duncan,   Revelstoke.
l* tzpatrick,  Pat.  1.., Revelstoke
Fletcher,  Peter,  Camborne.
Flood,  John  J.. Arrowhead.
Falsetta    Bernard,   Revelstoke.
i... le .  Arrowhead.
Forrest,  John, Wigwam.
Fraser, Frank. Wigwam.
Walter.   Arrowhead.
Fraser   James  M., Arrow!,e.nl.
Fraser,  William, Wigwam.
lam       Itevelstoke.
Galanti,   Luigi,   Revelstoke.
Gallagher,  John. Comaplix.
Gamester,   Daniel,   Arrowhead.
Gawley,   Cbesley,   Galena   Bay*
*. John Vi., Wigwam.
Gilbei     Gerald W.,   \: owhead.
-..   Anthony,   Comaplix.
GUI,  Robert  R.,  Arrowhead.
Godwin, Charles, Revelstoke,
0    Ci tnaplix.
i. ugh,   Horace   G., Revelstoke.
Gulls,  Samuel,  ( ami oi i
■, . --.  William,  Ai ro« '
Hacking   Jan
Halvarson,  John,  Arrowhead
Hall,  Btanle)   A.,   Irrovt
G A., Rev Istoki.
Hani d lit Oeml orne,
H.r.        I lei ry, Revelatc ki
I'auiliorns.
Hal ■ •■■.     \ lai     Wig *iam.
H I ''..•.   Comaplix.
Hart ma i    Ja ob '',.,   Arrowhea 1
ii    lett    William G . Camborne.
Henry,  George,  Comaplix.
ll pburn,  Ji hn D . Comaplix.
Hogg,  William  B.   Comaplix,
Humpston,  wm    i .  Revelstoke
Irwin.   James,  Comaplix.
leener   FreemanW. Rocky Point.
John-on,  Hans,  W.cwam.
Jordon, Grover 0.,  Revelatoke,
Keays,  Howard,  Revelstoke.
Keller, wniinm. Wigwam.
Kennedy,   Fred,  Camborne.
Kennedy,  Thos.   I,.,  Camborne.
Knapp,   Geo.  D.,  Revelstoke.
Konner,   John,  Galena  Hay.
Lafortune,  Sim,  Revelstoke.
I/af!ame,  Victor,  Beaton.
Lanirrell,   Lindsay,   Arrowhead.
Langrldge, B. ('., Arrowhead.
Latkn, Joseph. Arrowhead,
Lawson,  Charles, Goldfields.
I^ake.   H    P.,  Hevelstoke.
Lctrou. Frank. Arrowhead.      |
85S    Lepard, Herbert, Camborne.
S67     Levesque, E., Goldfields.
87S     Liver,   Wm.   J.,  Arrowhead.
8S1     Livingstone,  10.,  Arrowhead,
B87     Loltus,  Peter,   Comaplix.
SS9     Logan,   Chipiuan,   Revelstoke.
899     Lortie,   Joseph,   Arrowhead.
910    Lux, George. Goldfields.
912     Lux, Thos. T.,  Beaton.
927     Macdonald,   M.,  Arrowhead.
929 Macfetriilge,  Thos.,  Arrowhead.
930 MucGregor,  K.,  Camborne.
958    Maloney, W. P., Revelstoke.
OTli     Marsaw,   Fred,   Comaplix.
971     Marsaw,  Joe,  Comaplix.
971    Martin,  Andrew,  Wigwam.
975     Martin,   Henry,   Galena Bay.
077     Masson,   John  S.,  Revelstoke.
978     Kellett,  Harry, GoldfleldB.
H8S Melvin, M. G., Arrowhead.
1024 .Morgan, E. G., Camborne.
L028   Mortaen, W.  E., Wigwam.
1032 Morris Geo.  B.,   Arrowhead.
1033 Morrison,  John,  Revelstoke.
1016   Mullen,   Wm.   K.E.,  Arrowhead.
1057    Murray,   Klias   J.,   Arrowhead.
1068   Murray,  Robert,  Arrowhead,
1064   McBrlde,   Robert,   Arrowhead.
1070   McCartney,  .1.11.,  Fostalt creek.
1084   McCrimmon,  H., Galena Hay.
mi    McEachern,   AD.,   Arrowhead.
1116   McFarland,   George,   Comaplix.
1130   Mclnnis,  John,  Comaplix.
1147    McKarucber,   F.,  Comaplix.
1152   McKennan, P.  ti., Comaplix.
il?:i   McLennan,  Gordon,  Camborne.
1182   McLennan,   A.   I..,   Revelstoke.
1198   McMorrls,   Arthur,   Galena  Bay.
l20fi    -Mi|'lini 1,   Angus,   Hevelstoke.
1208   McPbee,  Daniel,  Galena Hay.
1222   Naecreate,   Philip,   Revelstoke.
.224   Nastasem, J, Hevelstoke.
i214    Nicholson,   Thos.   B.,   Comaplix.
.21.1    Olson,  Charlie,  Wigwam.
i265   O'Neill, c. H., Oamborne.
.2.14   Pearson, Thos.   .11,  Deaton.
.295   I'eers,  John  A., Camborne.
■.291)    l'< nett,  A, F.,  Beaton.
.312    Pipes,   Esward P.,  Comaplix.
,326   Porter, Oarl, St.  Leou.
.315    Proiilx, Ovila,  Hevelstoke.
.349    I'lirgato,   Antonio,   Keve,stoke.
.355   Hagnelli, Marine,  Kevelstonc.
.376    Heigliley,   James,   Revelstoke.
.3-4    Riley,   ll.,   Goldnelils.
.400   Robinson,   E.W.P.,   Hevelstoke.
. iu,i   Roliinson,   Alex.   Wigwam.
.407   Rogers,  Robert, Cnmborne.
.408   Rogers, John, Arrowhead.
n.l   Ross, W. tt., Camborne.
■i.'.i    Roy,  Art-bur,  Goliltields.
I-'.'   Russell, Walter, Camborne,
l.il   Ryan,   Walter,  Beaton.
.113   Salter,  E,  Wm.,  Arrowhead.
ill7   Schwartz,   A..   Revelstoke.
.450   Scott,  John,  Comaplix,
.453   Seller8,  John, Comaplix.
.tin'   Sherwood, G.  H., Arrowhead.
,168   Shields,   Geo.   1).,   Ilvuton
.486   Sinclair, Donald,  Comaplix.
.488   Singer,  Geo.   ft.,   Hevelstoke.
.196   Skuling,   John,   Arrowhead.
.536    Bpeoht,   Jacob,   Revelstoke.
.437   Specht,   11.   J.,   Revelstoke.
.o38   Spring,  Ed.  A.,  Hevelstoke.
541    Smith,   Harry,   Comaplix.
.676   Switzer,  B.  D.,  Arrowhead.
.579   Tampayna,   Felice,   Hevelstoke.
.691   T-ennant,  Walter,   Arrowhead.
597   Thilmiilt,   Jos.,   Pingston  Creek
i.'s   Thomas,  Ali.   G.,   Arrowhead.
.611   Thompson,   T.R.,   Arrowhead.
612   Thompson,   Bert,   Arrowhead.
■ 613   Tboriie,   David   J.,   Camborne.
i.ii   Thome,  tod ward  J. Camborne.
.615   Tinklier,   John,  Arrowhead,
...Ki   Touringuey,   Hector,   Beaton,
631   Turner. Harry,  Arrowhead.
i.36   Tye,   Henry   J.,   Arrowhead.
648   Wiuceiit, A.,  Arrowhead,
**49   W'lscentin. G.,  Revelstoke.
.1,111 Walter,   Walter   D.,   Comaplix,
663 Ward,   Joseph, Galena Hay.
.365 Ward,   Wylie   H.,   Revelstoae.
17 Ware, Charles, Arrowhead.
671 Watson,   R.J..   Revelstoki
672 Watson, Jos. p.. Revelatoke
,oS7 West. Oliver J.. Revelstoke.
,700 Wilke.  Huluis.  Galena  Bay
7lo   Williamson,   .1.  W.,  Arrowh
1717   Winter-.  Wm. C,  Beaton,
.722   Withrow,  Fred  M .  Goldfiel Is.
iit   Witter,  Andrew B.,  Beaton.
: 726   W'oo.l.  Edward,  Comaplix.
.727   Woods, Edgar, Goldflelde.
74'i   Zaczkowskii  Paul,  Galena   Bay
.7"'l   /.inch,  Winton,  Arrowhead,
The   following   names   are   repi
I iplicated  on the  list
261    iiim, John, Revelstoke
The following  persons ur.*  reported
■ *'eased:
',.*!■    Louis,  l amborne.
!8 Lane,  All.  Wm.,   RevelBtoke,
">■ w isnei    Be lley,  Pingston  < i •
.41 Mclntyre    Dan.    Hevelstoke.
:". * ** agton   I 'li ts.  M .  Big  EJddj
7' a i ,nn   w llliam a.   i lomapllx.
no Vi .     Revelstoki
NOTICK.
MAN-EATING LIONS
i.
LIQUOR   ACT,   1910.
ihey Are Plentiful in Rhodesia
-Hunter's Paradise
n   Egyptian  stock,    He has    Ire-
I cuenlly  observe 1   the    old     Egyptian
type among  their men,   and  one mny
An   interesting   account of   North- still    find   among   them    ivory   and
Eastern     Rhodesia   and   its    native wooden imag-aa,   immensely ol.I.   and
tribes has been given to a represent- handed down irom generation to gen-
ativc ot  the Daily  Chronicle  by    Dr. j nation,  which  bears  a   fleas  reserab-
that they came down  from  the North ' B
across Lake Tanganyika, led by two 	
white men, who afterwards dlsap- Notice is hereby given that, on the
1 eared in their canoe. Dr. Dunlar first day of December next, applica-
l.uiion bad a thcor) that th'y cams tion will be maue to the Superintendent ol Provincial Police ior
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel In.rwn
as  the    Lakeview      hotel,  situate  at
llunbar-Briiiiton, who has recently returned to England after spending
some years In that country as a district medical officer.
Dr. Dunbar.Hriinton is well known
as a big game hunter and some of
his trophies are to be seen in London Clubs. In Northeast Rhodesia be
hud plenty of opportunities for sport
for the Wawemba territories in which '
he was on duty have not been ex
plored by many hunters, and are
richly stocked with wild animals. On
many a night, fitting in his verandah, the doctor has heard the full-
throated roar ot the forest Hon, the
cough ot the leopard and the yell of
the hyena.
"There i something strange," said
Dr. Diinliar-llninton. "in the encounter of wild beasts in a country
which hns the charm and beauty of
some pans ol England or Scotland.
For Northeastern Rhodesia has not
the savage character of tropical seen
■iv. In the contra ol the country
there |s n high plateau rising to
6000 feel, richly wooded from top to
bottom, and extending for loo by 800
miles. With a temperate climate it
has the sylvian beauty ofthe Tyrol,
and the trees rise up clean and free
from jungle or tropical undergrowth,
Little rivers like the trout streams of
Scotland run down the hillsides, and
in the valleys and plains there are
districts like the Park lands of England.
"It is curiously disconcerting, there
fore, tn see the the ugly old head of
a hippopotamus poking through the
nishes en  the hank of a river,  or mi
Arrowhead,   in  the   Province  of  British   Columbia.
Dated this 2nd day of October, 1911
1 nice to the figure of  Rameses     and |      CHAPMAN  & IRWIN,  Applicants.
the Egyptian gods.   The  men are    of      -
lue  physique,    manj   of them    being j LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
six feet two Inches  in  height and the | 	
women are often very pretty, with { Notice is hereby given that, on the
small, straight nis's, small lips and drst day of December next, applica-
ears—almost European in their '-bar- tion will be made to the Buperln-
i cteristics. I tendent  of    Provincial    Police       for
They ere highly intelligent, far su-
I .'lior to lhe negroid type, and are
I rond of a history which is preserved
ly oral records. They are governed
by a royal house, eaeh member of
which nes li *d his n mie preserved by
native traditions, as they are now
noted down by the Uritish Government, for the chief of the whole tribe
the Mewambu as he is called, as well
as subordinate chiefs are chosen from
lhe royal  family.
It is no wonder that they bold to
Hie superstition about the spirits of
Iheir 'dead chiefs Inhabiting the bodies if man-eating lions, for tbe fero
city of their chiefs has been beyond
words to lb-sire. The late Mewniulta
was a bloodthirsty monster. Determined to show bis power over his
tribe and to punish them for the Immoralities of whieh they are too
often guilty, be put tbeni to torture
and death for the least olfenec. Fifty
men and women were spiked on
stakes, and as they did not 'die i|iiick-
ly were roasted in their last agonies j
by  honlircs lighted  close  to them.
For flirting ml light behavior women had their noses ears and lips cut
off and Drf Dunbar-Burton has ssen
many of these poor creatures. For
speaking against a chief the punishment was mutilation      of the tongue
renewal of tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Criterion hotel, situate at
Camborne, in tiie Province of British
Oolumbia.
Dated this 14th day of October, 1911
W.   S.   RKNNIB,   Applicant.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of James
E. Long, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
creditors and others Having claimB
against the Estate of James E'.
Long, late of Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke on or
ahout the 12th day of June, 1911,
are requested to send to the undersigned, Solicitors for Rev. C. A.
Procunier, Executor ot the last will
of said deceased, within 60 days from
date, full particulars of their claims,
duly verified, aud that after that
date the said Execdtor will proceed
to distribute the said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
had only to those claims of which
said Executor shall have then received notice.
Dated August 16th, 1911.
HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor for Rev. C.  A. Procunier,
Executor ot the last will of
Deceased.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent, of Provincial Police for
renewal ot the hotel licenso to sell
liiiuor by retail in the hotel knowii
as the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix, in thc Province ot British
Columbia.
Dated this 9th day of October, 1911
J.   H.   YOUNG,   Applicant.
alligator lying asleep there, or herds j ,inil earg ,,-„,. dealing, one hand
nt wild buck through a vista of trees , waa chf)ln,p(1 ofT thB first offence, and
tt  is still more curious to run     up \ tll,.,  other  ha-d  at a  Becond  offence.
This  frightful  penal  code  was  in full
R   . •
D.s-i.   '
Take notice (   it 1   n   R, Reyi
[     Revelst i'    * *   iipal
ii'i k, Inten i to  ipplj foi  p u m
i purch ise the lollo« n •     i   i *
* '*
i lommeni Ing   it a inteil    al
he  Bouth  We '   Coi ner ol  Lot  i'-i-
uid marked H.  It.  Reynold.-     North
m •   Col a* r   Poet,   i heni e es '       no
hains i" the Houth West Corner   of
T.  I,.  6143,  thence south  about    100
•et to the    North     Bast Corner of
Lot 7043,   thenee  along  line  ol    Lot
."ulii  fuity     chains,      west. 40 chains
i outh  and  20 chain*!  a isl   to    line ol
Lot     2112,   thence along line of lot
2112 III eh,lias north anl '.I'l chain i
north and 20 chains west, t.o the
North West Corner, tbence north
aboul 100 feet to thc place ol com
meni-ement. containing 100 acres,
inoie or less.
Dated September  2:,tb,  1911,
P. R. REYNOLDS,
vgainst lions, as l came suddenly
upon two of them one day—crouching in the bush. One is Inclined to
nsk 'where are the keepers'" and to
write a letter to the papers ahout it
The lions which roam the country
stretching southward from Lake
Mweru do not. always avoid the presence of human beings. Indeed, from
time immemorial they have been
man-eaters. Within a recent period
"i2 mrn have l*i\n killed by lions in
i district wlvre the sleeping sickness
has accounted for only four deaths.
The natives are unable to protect
themselves from this constant peril.
because they have no gun;. Moreover, they run additional risks owing
tn th-ir own carelessness.
It happens not seldom that two or
three men sitting in the open tiling
the old folklore stories which they
love so dearly will  be  pounced upon
y a maDoating lion  :*n.l  killed I,.-fore
tbey  call  turn  their  heads.    Many    a
Ulan stooping over his tobacco plants
li is  !>' n  s-n.. I  .ui I  m.i* 11 -d  ,,i! i.v  a
'nm which hns made its way stealth
ily   through  ths  outskirts  of  thi  vil
lar ■        mm   man   had   Ins   face   I
"if at the door ol h.s hut an I walks
about as a living horror,
fn spite ol the ;a-t ■ which a often
' . [alls thjir ci hum le the natives do
ioi 1", k with lav.ir upon lion-hunting
1"    ii       ir-1 *■ i. n    following
,   man -atine n1  himseH
erately  thwarted    |   the  nal
■
thev wish • TWs
lue to theii      - tbe
spirits    tthe
man-
■
-tame
thirst  foi   b .m in
One   of   Dr    D
-
elephai I     ' went
.*.
'-  all
nnd*'* • om
rade   tbat Dr
the home
r
;,i|*     H itlj    ihea
'
\  great
up, a  •    ■
1 nd   I   ■
•
in terror      Tbe
I...I *
;ian It   thl
ward, and
nol
eliei'k    .ts    I M'
,    '        "!.     I,
,• I
*
heart   The doctor tun
e i 'ns
moke while the
* i,"   m, '.   .:' 11 lephanl
The •* n ttlves belong    to    the    Wa
weml.a  tribe,  who  Invaded     I'l"  '
ii   .in    ■    * mil*       other
--I  I*. thew
ferocious eonqtle I I iroa
iin* lominaiit race of one i".ition of
Rhodesia, as ibe Angoli, , hranoh of
the Zulus, who same under one of
Cetewayo'i brothers an* dominant in
an*.iiii grenl pari •<'. thii country
No cln* mav yt mv with absolute
certainty what m ilu* origin ','. ibe
Wawemba*  Their  w-u  tradition  says
wa. ^^^
operation as lately ns t n years a -o.
The present Mewambu is a man of
somewhat milder disposition.
The womrn do a little a-'ricnltiire,
while the men go hunting with nets
in which they catch small iter and
other animals of no great strength.
As they are not allowed to possess
guns, they can not go hunting big
game.
Players Go Back East
"Dot" Pbelan and "Newsy" La-
londe, the Cornwall lacrosse players
on the Vancouver team, left for horn?
last evening for a months' visit. La-
londe expects to return to the coast
to play hockey with the Vancouver
Tarn in the new- Coast League, but
h< has not signed a contract yet. He
Is on the reserve list of the Renfrew
elub in tie Eastern Canada Hockey
I m.i -*ie lh *laii is a hockey player
'*.,i and lias lie u a stai oil tbe Cornwall team foi several seasons. He
may play with oil' of the coast teams
also.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
iiist day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent ol Provincial Police for
renewal of the holel license to sell
liquor by retail in thc hotel known
.is the St. Leon hotel, situate at St.
Leon, in liie Province of British
■.'olumbia.
Dated -.his 28th day of S- ,'te.nl.cr,
1011. 3U,!s.
HERBERT  COUSINS, Applican.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that James A. Shields,
of Hevelstoke, British Columbia, occupation, Packer, intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the follow
,ng described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the South West Corner of Lot 2773',
Group 1, West Kootenay District, B.
i'., and marked "James A. Shields'
South East Corner Post," thence
west about twenty chains more or
less to the south-east corner of Lot
2712, Group I, thence north 40 chains
thence east 20 chains more or less to
the north-west corner of Lot 2773,
thenoe south 40 chains to point ot
commencement, and containing 80
acres more or less.
Dated  August 29th,  1911.
JAMES   A.   SHIELDS.
Andrew   Kitson,  Agent
Bubonic Plaque
Seattle, Oct 16 -Bubonic p'n*-'ue
L'tTms have lieen found in three rats
recently  caught   in  the  neighborhood
o' Pike -.treet ar.d First avenue.   The
n     '.■ exterminate the rats,
I ■!■••:   ■     ill >vm  [n this   neiu-h
■ !   paved.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that on thc
tirst day of December next, applica-
tian will be made to the Superin-
t* n.lent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liiiuor hy retail in the hotel known
as tbe Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated tbte 9th day of October, 1911.
W.J.   LIGHTBURNE,   Applicant.
/The Envy
of her
Neighbors
i« thr woman whose kitchen *hmei with ahandtomr, roomy range—whoie
(•ee hc.in.     if'» the »otiifactioo iflordeiJ hy ■ prrfect coolcintf equipment.
For c.v      • nm m wnnti  ■  good   »fove.    Whether the doc» her own
molting or not, lha
nre prepnr"! on it,
having thr h»-t.
- itiifie« t\. t prit'r ;
hor'» envy, 'oirnry*
r.«ni*^»  f -rrv every
&
r-
WEY-OXFOf
enn the  ii,.'1,1*1  Iiiiii
and I. .-I-. ■ pride in
citjHNhY -Oxford
Jmtifiei the neijh.
Oifurd ItOVSI snd
known feature ol
Omy und control
v. ith torr.a r   ■» points of excellence tint tre MMlutiva,
I   - ■    '    II  in the lever llut huldi.     No denjer uf llie firs foinf oui
ll,    The Oxford Kci>nomi/er will I,uld the heut at ■ low ebb
till yon want it;  then turn llie hnndle, end your  »tove ii hot in a jiffy.
Detldei thii Hiving r,f time und worry it lavei in fuel  to the actual extent
■il one ton in *iix.
Till'. IiiVinF.n PI.HR STRIP ia the envy nl all women whu hake.
It guide**! l'i-* lii-.it ei|>m!ly alonij .t lea, buck and Iront nf the oven.
I et us ileni'inatrate Ibenn an I otbef *frnn4 n Ivantajfei of the Ourney-
i ixi'itti line. We lutve Itovel for every purpuie, every fuel, and u variety
i.f pri - -i.
Lav/rence  Hardware Company,  Ltd,
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of WeBt Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Nettie H. Piatt
of Rossland, B. 0., occupation
Housekeeper. intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the South EaBt Corner of
Lot 7900; thence south 40 chains,
west 40 chains, north 40 chains and
east 40 chains to point of commencement, and containing 100 ncres more
or less.
Dated August 10th,  1911.
NETTIE  H.  PLATT,  Applicant.
JameB Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William Ritmley,
of Patterson, B. 0., occupation I.um
bermiin, intend to apply for pertnis-
sion to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the North East corner of
Lot 9323, being the South Hast Corner; thence running north 80 chains,
west 00 chains, south 40 chains, east
40 chains, south 40 chuius aii'd east
20 chains to the point of commencement and containing 480 acres, more
or lesB.
Dated  August 9th,  1911.
WILLIAM   RUMLEV,   Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent,
LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.
Notice i8 heeeby given thnt, on the
lirst duy of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the City hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in the province of British Columbia.
Dated this 4th day of October, 1911
JOHN CALEY, Applicant.
NOTICE.
RevelBtoke Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice tbat I, Fredrick
William Vipond, of Nakusp, B. C,
occupation foreman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following  described lunds:
Commencing at a post planted 120
chains south of N. E. Corner of T.L.
41274, theuce south 80 chains, thence
east about 30 chains to Arrow Lake
thence north along Lake about 80
chains, thence west about 20 chains
to poiut of commencement, contain
ing about 200 acres more or less.
Dated September 18,  1911.
FREDRICK  WILLIAM  VIPOND
Scp.23-No.22        E.R.  Vipond,  Agent
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of  West Kootenay.
Take notice that I Edward Russell
Vipond, uf Nakusp, B. C, occupation
conti actor, intends to upply for permission to purchase the lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 40
chains Bouth of N. E. Corner of T.L.
41274, thence aouth 80 chuius, thence
east about 20 chains, to Arrow Lake
theuco north along Lake about iM
chains, thence west about 2 chains to
point of commencement,    containing
about  .00 acres,  more or less.
Dated September 111,   1911.
EDWARD   RUSSELL   VIPOND.
Sept. 23—Nov. 22.
NOTICE.
RevelHtoke Land District.
Distiict of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Otho Kalston,
of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation
House Decorator, Intend to apply for
permission to purchuse lho lollowing
described  lande:
Commencing    at    a   PoBt plautel
abuut two and a half(31) miles iu u
South westerly direction from the
South West corner of Lot 9323; be.
ing thc North West corner, thenoe
running south so chains, east 80
chains, north «o chains, uud
west 80 chaltiH to point ot commence
ment, and containing M0 acres more
or less.
Daied,  August 12th,  1911.
otho RALSTON, Applicant.
James fisher, Agent.
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No.  A A.  F.
ninl A. M.
Regular meetings are he.d iu MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each mouth
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1.  0.  0. V.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.  S. HOOLEY,  N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Becretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. S461.
OF 1. O. F.
Meets in I. a 0. V, Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every secoud
and fourth Monday iu month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
U. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of    P..
NO. 36,  REVELSTOKE,  li.  0.
Meets every  Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday of eaoh month     In
Oddfellows' Hall at » o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially inrlted.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, 0. 0.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of R. * B.
M. of F.
0. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 22<.
Meets Second   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H.  W. EDWARDS, Coa. Com.
JAMES McINTYRE, Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Rovelstoke,   B.   0.,    and
Cranbrook, B. Cl.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Piukhaiii, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
JDngiueering
.VlcKENZlE AVE.,
BOX   100,   REVELSTOKE.
W .      H.
WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
Box. 282, Revelstoke.
Plans and     Specilications prepared
ior     uli   classes     of buildings, Etc.
Draughting and Blue Printing.
NOTIOE
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
'iuKe notice in,a nia. ivicGaghrui.,
of Arrowheatl, ti. C, occupal.ou
uumberman, uiienju u> apply tor per
mission io lease tne lollowing ae-
scriued lauds lor marulo und lime
quarrying purposos.
i iiiniiii'iicia,; ut a pust plunted
apoui iwo miles soutu ot Pingston
oreek Mill aud martied "E. Mcu.igu-
raus south BJast Corner", tueuce
wesl 40 cuains, tbence nortu 40
cbains, thenoe eaBt 4u chaius, more
or less to the lake Bhore, theuce
south along tue lake shore 4U chaius
more or less to the point of commencement, containing loo acres
more or less.
Dated   Aug.   22,   1911, s.t-N.8
ED.  MCGAGHRAN.
NOTICE
RevelBtoke Land DiBtrict.
District of West Kootenay.
i .-uie notice thut I, Charles Stadlcr
of Nakusp, B. C, occupation Logor,
niteniis to apply for permission to
purchase the following described lands
Commencing at a post planted at
ihe North EaBt Corner of T.L. 41274,
..hence south 40 chains, thence eaBt
ubout 2 chains to Arrow Lake, thenoe
aloug Arrow Lake to point ol com
,iii-ii'*i iiii-ni. containing 40 acres more
or less.
Dated September -'5th, 1911.
CHARLES   STAPLER,
E. R. Vipoivd, Agent
LI4U0H  ACT,  M10.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
nun duy of Decumhcr licit, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liijuor by retuil in tho hotel known
as the Glacier House, wit iuu at Glacier, In tho Provluce of British Columbia.
Dated this 28tb day of September,
1911. 30ds.
Canadian  Pacilic  Railway   Company,
Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, ,on the
lirst day of December next, application will he made to the Superintendent of provincial Police lor
renewal of the holel license to sell
liquor by retail in tbe hotel known
ub the I..,1 * I. *.iii hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the Provinoo of BritiBh
Columbia.
Dnted this 28th day ol September,
1911. 30de.
RUSSELL    M.   EVANS,    AyyllcaBt, -■WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER,  18th, 1911
THE   MAIL-HEEALD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER,  18th,   1911
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If
See special window displays.
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.
m% Dry Goods Department JTC
New Tarns
for ihe Children
Navy or Garnet Felt Tam 35c.
Large Navy or Red Tarns 50c.
"    $1.00
Patent Leather Brown or Black 75c.
Children's Coats
A bunch of Children's Coats,
some Bear Cloth for Infants and
Cloth Coats for Children of 5 and
6 years for
$1.90
Friday Bargains
This is a good season for Friday
Bargains, about 100 odd pieces
of Women's Underwear, natural
colors and white, a mixed lot but
every piece a bargain at 50c. per
garment.
Ladies Umbrellas
Some with new style wood handles, others with
metal ar.d sterling silver handles.
Nowadays when all accessories in good dressing
must he right, there is style lo be considered in
the umbiella as well as any other article of wear.
A great range of prices - 75c to $15
Fancy Silk Waists
A clearance of Fancy Silk Waists, good range
of colors and plenty o( blocks. Most anv size in
the lot.    No use to say what they were worth, but
They are a real bargain at $3.90
300 yds Natural Colored Linen
Make good waists, pretty coats, children's clothes,
aprons, etc.    Stripes, etc., 25c goods,
Selling for I5c per yard
Old Country Flannelette
Fine, soft, lofty finish, in fancy and plain colors.
These are a line of Flanneleiis that cannot be
beaten tor washing and iron'ng qualities.
See them at lOc to 25c
New Art Needle Work Doylies
Table Drapes, Dres'er Scarfs, etc. Silk work on
the brown and tan natural Linens ihat are so fashionable just now. These are German hand embroidered goods. You will be surprised at the
price—about half usual.
Some nice pieces, $1.50 to $4.50
New Winter Gloves
Old Country knit wool Gloves for ladies and chi'd-
ren, the warm, hard-wearing kind. These will be
required shortly. We have a splendid stock,
black and colors, all sizes, gloves and mills,
25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
House Furnishing Dept
Carpet Squares
We have just taken in stock a
lot of the famous Schuman Axminster
Squares. Oriental and conventional
designs. Also small rugs. These
are exceptional values and very
pleasing effects.
Draperies
How about draperies for your archway and windows. We have a choice
line of heavy mercerized Madras,
Brocketelle Silk, Silk Tapestry, all
suitable for archways and over
draperies.
Tapestry Portieres in reds, greens
and mixed effects.
Heavy Reversible Velour in red,
green and old gold, as well as all
wool basket weave wrepps, suitable
for stencilling. Colors Red, Green
and Brown.
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
Window Blinds and Fixtures
Eiderdown and Lambs
Wool Comforters
These are by far the choicest
goods on the market at the price.
Choice Eiderdown Comforters,
covered with best English Sateen,
quilted and ventilated, choice bordered effects.
Same cover with pure white carded Lambs Wool, light and warm.
Yon will do well to examine these
goods.
Wall   Papers
Now is the time to buy wall paper.
You can brighten up a dingy room
for the winter at very little cost.
All our papers are this season's
goods, and can be relied upon for
quality and good taste.
Complete Range of Linoleums
and Floor Oilaloths
Fall and Winter
Overcoats
We are Showing
Twenty-Two Styles
Why   be   satisfied with  half-a
dozen-out-of-date styles thrown
at you ?
Come where you can examine
the new styles—and all the new
styles.
These  20th Century Overcoats
are   bench   tailored  by  expert
needlemen.   They are the acme
of style, they fit faultlessly and
hold their shape until worn out.
We Are Exclusive Agents
Felt Slippers
For Men, Women, Children
We have shown many complete lines of
felt slippers, but this year our stock
eclipses anything ever shown in the city.
We can fit any foot. Our styles and materials are the newest the market offers.
The Prices are right and will fit any
pocket-boo fe.
Children's strap, leather sole, 3 to 10.
40c. per pair.
Children's ankle strap slipper, leather
sole. 4 to 7, 50c. per pair.
Children's ankle strap slipper, leather
sole, 7 to 10, 60c. per pair.
Children's boudoir slipper, leather sole,
60c. per pair.
Misses strap slipper, leather sole, 11
to 2, 50c. per pair.
Misses' Red Felt Juillette, leather sole,
11 to 2, $135 per pair-
Misses' plaid, felt boudoir slipper, 11 to
2, 75c. per pair.
Misses' Jaeger slipper, leather sole, 11
to 2, $1.35 per pair.
Ladies' Jaeger felt slipper, leather so'e.
$1.50 per pair.
Ladies' plain, velvet slippers in green,
brown and red; Juillette style, leather
soles, fur trimmings, flexible soles, at
1? 1.75 per pair.
Ladies' plain, felt slippers in black,
brown, red and grey, same style as above,
flexible leather soles, at $175 per pair.
Ladies' velvet slippers, Persian patterns,
Juillette style, at $1.75 per pair.
Ladies' black strap slipper, leather sole,
$1.25 per pair.
Ladies' low, red, house slipper, leather
sole, $1 per pair.
Ladies' low plaid, house slipper, leather
sole, at $150 per pair-
Men's plaid felt slipper, leather sole, at
$1.50 per pair.
Men's Jaegar felt slipper, Pullman style
at 12.00 per pair-
Men's Jaeear felt slipper, 'ow style, at
♦1.75 per pair.
High Class Groceries J?i
T
eas
It pays to push an article. It pays
to push it to some purpose. We are
pushing Sunbeam Tea in bulk at
40c. Qhd 50c. per pound. We waste
no energy whatever in advocating
the quality of the tea because people
who have bought it once will buy it
again. The intrinsic merit this tea
backs up the highest praise you can
give it.
Coffi
ee
Wc arc always gaining golden
opinions from our customers when
we send ihem a package of our famous fresh ground Mocha and Java
Coffee. The quality of this nigh
grade Coffee is endorsctl by thousands of delighted users. Try a
pound if you have not used it before.
Fruit
We are still receiving a few shipments of fruits for preserving and
can till your orders for prunes, pears
peaches, quinces and grapes. Thc
season will soon bc over and if you
have not put up anv fruit DC) IT
NOW.
Extract;
Sealey's Flavoring Fxtracts never
fail to give perfect satisfaction. They
are unpatalleled in quality, purity
and flavor and arc featured by the
most particular customers. You
cannot make a mistake in buying
Sealey's. You get quality, quantity and price all in one.
Codfish
The dry Codfish if packed and
cured in the proper way is as fine a
change as you can wish for. We
have the finest and best cured drv
csdlish that we could procure and if
you want conclusive proof get a
small quantity and put them to the
test.
Cups and Saucers
We are opening up a big range of
Japanese Cups and Saucers in the
newest and latest designs which we
will have on sale this week at a price
that will meet the approval of all our
customers. We can suit every one
frnm the Baby to Grandpa. Don't
fail to see our display.
±J WEDNE8DAY, 0C3T0BER, Utn, 1911
the ^ynj-.iL-iiEn.jk.LD, revelstoke
WEDNESDAY, OCTOIlEn, 18th, Wll
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Smart Fall Millinery
Special shipment by Express this morning including
NEW PATTERN HATS the latest models from the
Fast.    Our Millinery Department is always up-to-date.
New Fall Coats
We are showing the greatest
variety of Coats ever brought
together at any one season by
us before.
Pnces-$14.   $18,   $22.50  and   $25   Each
New Fall Suits
For Ladies, in Tweeds. We
are showing llie production of
three different Factories. You
may depend upon the newest
styles.
$20.00 to $25.00 Each
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Hospital : •»•■•< Friday night by
Allen Players.
Mrs. W. A. Foote will receive mi
Fri lay next,  the 20th inst.
Monday, Oct, 30th, is tl,.- date "'
the  Rebecca  Lodge Danre.
Thanksgiving Turkey Supper at V.
M.C.A.  hy  ■:;•• I.a lies Auxiliary.
Mr. il. S. McCartei is attending th •
Supreme Court assizes at \ rnon this
week.
Keep the date In mind, Mun.lay.
i let 30, R il •■* ca Lodge Dance in the
Opera House.
Major Vi. U, MacLaren, ol Barrie,
• . wns killed "ti Saturday last 1 y
* : trom his horse.
Mr.  A.  s.  Goodeve,  M.I'.,    passed
throuzh yesterday morning en  rout
trom the coast  to his home tn Ross
land.
Pat Burns ,s going t.i innId a rail
road Irom  Calgary  to the head    ot
Sheep Creek.  Alta..  15 miles,  to tap
_•     >r1 fields.
Make no engagement Ior Monday,
Oct. ;l0th at 5:30 p.m. This Is the
hour tl. • turkey supper commences a1
the V. M. c. a.
See  i ■   -■'  Players  on  l-'i*,.la.
niirht in one ol theii besl piei-es. In
the Bishop's Cai i iage. Hospital Itene
Bt.      Remember  the  date.
Mrs. .i M. Paterson, Second streel
w.ll recede Thursday, Oct. 36, and
afterwards the first Thursday i.l each
*   !* -    7th.
Miss Margan t Curtis ol Bostoi
•..,-. |     vi .- i' i  thy   Campbell the
British i.n,, I an and I'S. ohamplon
•   -      ty in New York.
The y.  :  g   I,, ,, -      Mr.      and
J. C,  Murray ol Trout      Lake
'aken   to  the  VI*..>n  bospitalon
Saturday l rgo an operation for
■
Mt-   * ■'•    •* •   J', years •■:' ig
mil  '■ irner.  Ilaven-
••    .'. . entered  tlu*  mayor
 city.     Is my hat
ralght
\ v .,- kill-
• ^tan'ey Park, aa well
.    ■ ,-il:. past    t*.*
lort ne
•   ips.
Hew Laid Ep Sic. Per Doz.
In order t" get the best results from your chickens
you must provide the best foods available, as without these egg producing foods you certainly do not
pet the best results. Try our Beef Scrap, Oyster
Shell Grit, Crushed Bone or Alfalfa Meal.
FEED—Wo also carry a full stock of Hay, Oats.
Wheat, Bai ley, Corn, Chop, Bran antl Shorts.
A.  HOBSON,        Baker and G occr.
Look At This
We have ninety cords of good, clean, dry cedar in 14 and
Hi inch lengths. We also have cedar, lir and hemlock
mixed,    (let your orders in early for  immediate  delivery.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
EDISON THEATRE
MISS VERNA FELTON
AND
THE ALLEN PLAYERS
Repertoire for This Week
WEDNESDAY    " Christopher Juhior."
THURSDAY—" The Christian."
FRIDAY    " Resurrection."
SATURDAY—"A Stranger in a Strange Land."
ADMISSION. - 25c, 50c, and 75c
NOTICE— On Friday nipV,t 11 r Allen Players are giving a
Benefit Performance for the R. C. Church Altar Society and prices will be raised to 50c, 75c. and $1.00.
fr
iisittK oil burners with the result that
the time fnr Bring up an online has
been reduced trom two hours to ahout
20 minutes nnd the rost from ahout
75 cents to the price of two gallons
of cheap oil, which is about twenty-
live cents.
That the whole of the 480 acres of
fruit lands on the Arrow lakes, recent
ly purchased hy the Wenatehee Orchard company from T.A. llnhley, of
the British Columbia I'nited agencies
will be subdivided ami sold to experienced fruit-growers from Washington
by next spring, was th1? statement
made last night hy .'times Maclach-
Im, manager of the new company,
says the Nelson News. The land is
situated between Renata and Edge-
wood, and is already being subdivided. Many 10 and 20 acre tracts have
been taken up by Wcnatchcc fruitgrowers, Mr. Maclachlin declared the
company proposes to establish on
the property a townsite which will
be known as Appleby.
II
Three pound- ol Ceylon Tea lor $l.
■ t   Mclntyre's.
Obange of     program tit  the    Star
hentre tonight.
Thanksgiving  Hay   is  Monday,  Oct,
•uth tliis year.
Book your Beats
lospllal benefit.
The champion fancy skater of the
world, according to Swedish sporting papers, is Ulrlch Balchow. Ho is
making arrangements to vlBit Canada
tin! his Itinerary brings him to lint-
-h Columbia tally m bhe year. He
arrive :n th.* east in January
rly fm* Friday— ;*"'1 Wl" -'n'' exhibitions wherever
practicable "ti  Ins v	
12',i  wdl  cure   that   cough,   f. t   sale      Mr.  li.  .\l    Rae,
nti.
i   the past
ti n years has been ., member of    th *
Mail 11 - ' I   tail, i. ;t  thia    morning
Mn      Rae an I  family for Ual-
^.it y.    .i li il *   th *v   '.«..i.   ,ti   future    re-
Hull.s   just  arrived  direct   Irom Hoi   „..i,..    \i,,  h.i.- ,v,,;  „,,  „,.,.„,.,
Mil Herald -t.itf.  .,.,  .■;-.   ,,>-    many
,t  Hews' drug Btore.
Mrs.  W.  I.   Briggs  will  .
'Yalay   ie \t,   the  80th.
anl.   tit   Hews'   Drug Store.
Mis.  ,i. i'.  McLennan  will
elve  Friday  next,  the 80th.
Fresh, firm bulbs, now ,s ti,    timi
plant-- all     Kit.l-   at   H.w*.      '.: Ug
tore.
rrettds in the oity whn will j..in with
ill   an.l Mrs. Rae every
■  • :  ni a home
A ci Royal
Mon lay nig ram was   a
I       ap-
:. -nee. This
■   ....
ln    the
night,  I*'. I.-i'i,  tli
■
Mr. D. V
Mondaj «xt  Wednesday evening
* -   ■ of   hii
*!h . - •■    Nora Irom  . *  - -   v
Md grtby left
of the - ime
•* -   *. ■. * •    *■
:-   *
ret tin       Ph        wa
m mber o'
whirt. enjoyed I im tl
Vonci * * mil •
ye ir to 'lit** nre In tl th
.1   115,000,000
l,0„'t  rmi to        Fi rd di
I
Wednesday       ning, Ocl
moral and amus ng *     *
\  laugh  .n  every   picture, oi
humor, whi
■   •      I*,.,'...•.*   ii    hurt* *;*    a  "• '
.-ni< for (re
*
tion is being circulated,   aod .    ...
* •     ,-ik""-'      '"' .   ,	
■  to oflei  Ms name   *
11..'   mav. rail ,..,.!
• term of 19U
yon Yonson" Coming.
"Yon   Yoiison"  will  be  seen  at the
Opera  House  on    Friday,   Oct.   20th.
The   popularity   of   this     well   known
dialect comedy  is   being      -duplicated
through   Canada  hy  Mr.   David   Brat- j
tstrom and his supporting company,
and before the tour ends, the .iiiaint;
Swedish  sayings  of      "Yin  Yonson"
will ha as well known  in Canada, as'
they   are      throughout    the      United
States.      where      the   attraction  has;
tout-Mil   annually,   appearing  in  all the (
cities of the country for nearly twenty   years.    Mr.   Brattstrom is  without i
H  peer as a dialed  actor, eltlwr   on
the European or American States today.   This haa been conceded by    the ,
newspapers   wherever   this   clever   act-
or has appeared.   The sale of     seats
for  the  eneagenvnt  here  already  as-
sures a large attendant*.
Opera House
FiUDAY EVENING,   OCT. 20th
that funny  Swedish Comedy entitled
Yon Yonson
with Dr. David Prat tstrom
and a splendid company.
Special Scenery, catchy
songs, and the greatest living dialect actor.
Prices, 25-50-75c
Sale of Seats begins Thursday at C. R. Ma donald's
Drug  Store
Make  your  date  for  Coursier's  va-
ruum house cleaning.
ancy Work Materials
We are ready to supply your needs in materials
for Fancy Work for the Christmas season. Almost anything that you will need you will find
here and we have novelties arriving every week.
We make a specialty of Stamped Linens of all
kinds, antl can stamp anything you may require.
FANCY   TOWELLINGS
We have "some very pretty designs in Figured Rucks and
a lot of new designs for towel ends, pillow cases, etc.
DOYLIES, CENTRE PIECES
We enn give you any size in these from 4 inch to 24 inch
antl a lot in matched patterns for Luncheon Sets.
Work Bags, Cushion Tops, Collar Bags, Shaving Pads,
Photo Frames, and a host of other articles, stamped and
tinted, ready to embroider.
Bekling's Silks in Rope, Royal and Filo, Peri Lusta,
1). M. C, Silkine and Klostersilk, in white and colors, Berlin, Shetland Floss, Saxony and Ice Wools, Hoops, Needles,
etc., etc!
oMcLenrian C8l* Co.
n
EDISON THEATRE
ONE NIGHT, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 19II
FRANK \V, I1KA1.Y AND W. B. SHRRMAN
Prerent Woods 1'razee antl Lederers'
WORLDS'    FAMOUS  MUSICAL   COMEDY
I"  ' ■£,    .   i^ lit.tu  Korj-nwoi Lai  a       nmn •    tail' al)   IU     own,
'    tiie ESCHAirrmG melody whose immtwc straimj have bhthraiud rat world
IIS Uie Thome Sra^'ot WOODB . i RA2BE * LEDEEEB  l'lienoineniil Succeii,
Bj OTTO HAVF.RDAOH nnil KAVX HOSCHNA
TOE LA j JGRWGMUMC^ S?-:N8AT10N OF TWO CONTINENTS
A OUT OF MWICMT COMEBV CEtEBHiTIES, Including h&m'SSiSni SSrSSSuI
Special  Orchestra   Carried By   the   Company
TWO CARS OF SCENERY
LARGE BEAUTY CHORUS
Subscriptions uow being taken for Seats. All subscribers have a
24-hour i 'riioii on Rest Scuts, previous to tlie opening. Regular Seats
on Stile Friday, Oct. 27lb, at Macdonald's Drugstore.
Prices, $2.00. $1.50 and $1.00
News About Moose Jaw
T HE HUB OF SASKATCHEWAN
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for tir(in' up locomotive*,     nays
the Nelson  Dally  News    The method
for y mi baa in- n  io Hre up mi
ir.* manna n'  tlaha, Imt so hou h I lm
waa wasted In tWa way, and thc
penae     oeniad   * *   illapi nporl Ion
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out '"i   ni   tni'io* "in ul     Hi- in now
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BEWS'   DHUG  HTORK
129 COUGH REMEDY
KAJAH LINEN
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BEWS COLD CUKE
lot colli in lhe lum]     Z5i. per
pai inne
THOMAS Menthol Liniment
NEW BOOKS TO HAND
Sel "f Parkniaii   *                v
lla>'lii    Dictionar;    I 1 'atei   i
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Kennel Sccrel     -istittu nl
Training and   llatullltiR "1
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nn excellent   rubbing  oil   lor
rli.iitti.iti    pains   nr   rcilm it'M
swellings   -.V..mil SOc. bottles
Diseases ol Mve Stoch             ' ' 0
Boston <in'i< liooii
Mrs. Reaton ■ • '"li Bool
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THE RKXALL DRUG STORE
CQMIHG DUXTS
2S.—The     return    of   the.
mpany,  th,-  Allen Play-
-   , erna K. Hon, at the
n theatre.
ion" at* the Opera
Hot -
•    .- Ford,  Cartoonist and
,-      the    Presbyterian
W-'t,..
•,:. min   by    Allen
m    Theatre.
i   Daooe In  the Opera
Hou •
•   Supper  m the
-,  \i i    .     ,t   5 I"  p.m.
| tm * the ttr.-at
llussiaii 1'ianist. at the Bdison
theatre.
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,nv   ,r. MM   Rivals, at th
Sdiaon tii,.atre.
I ,n II :i   ft  Win.   V ll«   t\   Co.,
. ,*  v r^.in,  Bditon theatre
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■ .,ti.;.;iriy   on  the  r....'l
*, -atre.
j.   riie    Caat ■ B tor
tainers in hisb clnse concert at the
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I     111,!'     -nil f
rreby
nrt)    property
* nown   . - ihe Ravel toke Bi *
B  •      IvWy m, '''I'i'i
ttt will
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the law     I'nrsonn wh., have  been cut
MH-lltli/l,
* , ,   *       bhout p *   "ill ini'i
,t in theli    itei . 11 !,*  .I   h i*
OHAS,  K   LINDMARK,
(TOR     itl'-'-.T   I'-iii.oiili.* l   M'hih-      tm
i'*.ni      '.'ii'i'i    Apply  I!
Hi'iirnil   \ if iii-icm.   Ltd,
H \'.-i 1-;i•    i;. pei li need wartreaa. Ap
ply  Hall yon   Hot  H|	
We have just received word that half a block in the centre of
Windsor Park, our Subdivision in Moose Jaw, has been reserved by the
Government for a school site. This not only increases the value of our
property, but also demonstrates that it is situated in the centre of the
growing residential district. Windsor Park is only one mile from Main
Street and 15 minutes walk from Post Office and only two blocks from
the street car line. We can safely say this property will double in value
in a short time as Moose Jaw is rapidly forging to a front place among
the larger cities of the west Here are a few facts Ask for our booklet of Moose Jaw published by the Board of Trade.
MoOSe Jai/V has over 17 large factories.
MoOSe JaW has over 25 Wholesale Houses.
mOOSe JaW has llHnes of railway either running or being built.
MoOSe JaW has 17,000 population.   In 1006 only 6,250.
MOOSe JaW has an assessment of over $27,000,000.
trlOOSe UOW is a profitable place to invest your money.
WINDSOR PARK
The Best Buy in Moose Jaw To-day
$100 to $200 a Lot
Terms:   One Quarter or One-Fifth  Down: Balance over 18 Months
J. ft. WATSON REALTY CO.
E. G. Foley, Manager - - Mackenzie Avenue
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