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Come to Revelstoke Fall Fair, Oct. 8th, 9th, 10th
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Vol. 18-No  68
REVELSTOKE. B. C. St IT 28, 1912
$2.00 Per Yea"
THE BURNING QUESTION
Will not enter into your calculations if you are
using one of our Coal Saving, HEAT PRODUCING, Durable Heating STOVES.
Our line this Season, Better Than
Ever.
New Stoves
New Designs
New Features
The best selected
stock in Town
Prices Right
'■■■',u
Airtight Heaters
Oak, Iron
Healers
Dcuble Healers
Electric Heat'rs
Stove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
Come when you can get a C.001I selection.
Steel Ranges-Slo to ."SO.     Coal Stoves-$18.50 to S30.n0
.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
000<>4>000000000000000000000
8 Imperial Bank of Canada
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
Hoad Ott'lce-Toronto, Ontario
6,000,000.00
6,460,00o.00
6,460,000.00
$72,0U0,O0O.00
Branches or Agents al all principal points in'Canada.
Agents in Great Britain aad tTbited States-London, England,
Uoy&e Bank, Limited. OMMgo-FiMt NaUcnal Bank, CWE*
change NM lonal Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank. |»«««n-
Cisco- Wells Pargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Ex .ib.imj*
National Bank.
Sayings Bank Department
D»po«it« ot $1 and upward, received, and interest.allowed at
current, rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
RevQlotoke Branch—A. B. MuCleneghan. Mgr.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Ladies' and
Children's
Another Shipment just to hand
Mrs, A, G, Crick, / First Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you v\ ilh its  bright,  spicy
flavor nml trograucy.    Sold In 1  Ib,
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
Q. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208    GROCER *. BAKER    Phono No. 23
niWOS-PUVEB PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds oi
Small cTWusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
FALL FAIR, 1912
OCTOBER, 8-9-10
Exhibits Pouring ln.===Race Horses Already Arriving at
Revelstoke.-Preparations for Housing Visitors.
-Record Attendance Assured.
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, make your headquarters here,   Quick twice,   Perfect Cleanliness
ami Reasonable Prices,    <'.ivt- Ui a Trial.    "Ws Nun Blei p
A. Ci. THIAKISON,     -      Manager
To Mies J. Lyttl,' of Revelstoke tic-'
longs tha honor ol being the very
iisi competitor to submit an entry
lor the forthcoming lull fair, ol Ooto
ber 8th, Mth and 10th, and everyone
will wish the young lady BtKcess in
lim eflorts to carry oil the tirst prize
in the Ana section ol the exhibition.
Uut she wus only just iu time to
obtain mention us the drat entrant,
Ior duriug the pust two weeks, the
Becretary has been Hooded with correspondence nn J entries trom uil parts
ol the Interior, Including exhibits un
der practically every cluss ol the Agricultural uiul Industrial sections ol
the fair, Mr. Thomas Abriel, ot Nakusp, has up to uow held against all
coiiieis the record for the most numerous exhibits trom one person, his
list ol competitive oiferingB to date
totalling j'., and with notifications of
more to tolloW. The present season
has seen an enormous increase in the
quantity and variety, und a great un
provement in tbe quality ot the Agricultural, iiidusii'ial and mineral pro
ductions of the Arrow Lukes district
uud the numlier ol exhibits .'-..a. i-..'•■
favored region will coustit.i'.e a record for quantity, and a aigh ivater
murk Ior quality, surpassing in every
respect those wonderlul displays put
up in pust years by the producers ol
the soutb country.
ATTRACTIO.N i
The Full Fair of 11)12, ; r j.u.ses io
be u winner from the view point ul
thut lurge and increasing number ...
people wUo visit the Hevelstoke luir
year ulter yeur in scurcu ol high-class
amusement uud laughter produc.ag tx
ciieuiMiit which constitute such uu Important feature ol thc Annual Fair
und Exhibition. Alrcudy the cwntrs
ol several well known shows and And
wuy uttractious huve uunounoed to
the Becretary, their intention cl [itching tbeir booths on the exhibit.ou
grounds tor thc lull three days ct the
bth, 'Jth uud 10th ot October, l.ieul
catering lirms will lurmsh re 'est -
meats on the spot ut reusouuble lutes
und the hotel und rcsluuruut proprietors of tb,' city, within easy *'a'.^ ng
distance of the entrance gates, ale
plueiug their establishments uu 1 services ut the disposul of the public
There will be no uull moments for
anyone, those who mu> uot tuke u
proprietory interest In m. Luaccuiess
exhibition ol lbe productions ol this
li.tei ior ol B.C., will Und plenty ul
other attractions to absorb their
Ume uud ulteiiti',11 for tne whole three
separate days of this great exhibition
HOH.SK races
Hr. a. j. McDonnell, the well-
known sportsman of this city, uud in
whose cupubie hands arrangements
lor the toi llicoiuiug schedule ol boisc
rucing events to be pulled on ut the
Hevelstoke Full Fair ou the Sth, 3th
uud loth ol October, huve been left,
lelt on Thursday ioi \ ancouvei and
Victoria, in answer to wires received
from prominent breeders und owners
of the coast, who ure desirous ol muk
ing Unui preparation!1 to be represented   by   the  pick  ui   their   stubles      ut
tn,-e races. Prairie horsemen also,
huve signified thea Intention to com
pete in the     various events, uud lor
the handsome    purses    uud trophyi
hung up us awards to lbe winners ot
lhe luce- open to compel,tor;, turnout Western ( anada,   a nrst cur loud
Ol animals ol speed uud stamina have
ulreudy arrived In Revslstoke, the
idea being to get Un lood into cou
ni on Ioi um ... lo • events, und
some exciting sporl  .- ensured.
The racing Will l>c bundled through
lb,   l'ml   Mutual,   iill   sportsmen    cuu
rely upon a hearty welcome, und u.
square deal ,u Revelstoke.
At u meeting of tba several communis of the Hevelstoke Agricultural Association hi. 1 iu thc Cily Hull
on Thursday, Sept. Ktb, the lollowiug committed weri appointed for
i.'i-. It ts tbe curuest reque t of the
Assoe.utiou thut all committees get
ther us tarty ai possible uud organize their work so that nil mutters
pertaining to the sutcein, of the lair
may  bc regulutcd.
following arc the committees:
Fruit W. 1'otrufl tchuirniau), W.
K. Smith. Ilev. V. A. 1'iouinicr, B.
Mcintosh, 0. M. Field.
Vegat*blss>>W.B. Smith icbairmuu),
Hnn. Campbell, n. Btlgfrted, c. E.
Mathcsou, Jr.,
Floral .i. Malt) (olwirman), H.v.
t'oursier,  J.  Shaw.
Live Stock—A. J, McDonell (chair-
man), 0, H Skene. F. MrCaity, J.
M.itliecon.
liu.ldiog und Grounds— J, Abraham-
son (chairman), ('has. Holten, O. W
Abrahamson.
Finani',.—Vi. M. Lawrence ichair'
man), W. Hews, A. P. Levesciue, 0
II. Hume, II. J. McSorley, R, How ■
Hon,  F. IS.  Wells.
Tress & Advertising—R.Q. Scrutou.
W.  M. Lawrence,  W. Bews (ohairman)
Manufacturing—H. B. Stonex, Sam.
McMahon,  Jus.  Mathie  (chairman.)
Decoration—K. G. McRae (chair -
main, ,1. McLeod, W. Hornell, H.Q.
Bews, R. Squarebriggs, O. Wood, F.
Tweedale.
Transportation — H. N. Coursier,
(chairman), I). McCarty, 0. Turnross
ll. p. Cumming.
Blectric and Tower—W. Cowan, W.
M. Lawrence, W. A. Sturdy, Dr. W.
II. Sutherland (chairman), A.G. Duck
Fancy Work—Mrs. (1. S. MeCarter,
Mrs. S. Needham, Mrs. S.G. Robbins
Mrs. F. H. Uourne, Mrs. W. Morris,
Mrs. Chas.  Holten.
Fine Arts—Mrs. J. D. Sibbald, Mrs
B. A. Lawson, Miss Wrigley, Miss T.
Richardson, Mrs. II. H. MeVity, Mrs.
Dr.  Vi. H.  Sutherland.
Bread nnd preserves—Mrs. P. W.
Laing, Mrs. K. M. Clay, MrB. Al McRae, Mrs. C. Abrahamson, Mrs. W.
Tomlinson, Mrs. J.H. Hamilton, Mrs.
C Ralph Lawrence.
During the exhibition there will be
an apple packing contest conducted
by a government apple packing ex-
perl, who will act ns judge. Prizes
will be awarded of $1T>, $10 and $5
each, tbe entry fee will he {1, and all
materials for contestants will be
available on the grounds.
CORRESPONDENCE
Editor  Mail Herald:—
Dear Sir,—lil view of the possibil-
ily of a minister of Mines being appointed by the Borden administration j
would  it  not  be advisable  that  con
certed action be taken by Boards of j
Trade, Progress Clubs and other public bodies and interests, to havo R. .
F. (Ireen, M.I'., nppointed. Mr. C.reen
being thc representative of the
Kootenay district and associated for
over twenty years with mining men
and   possibly  the  only   representative
fi     British  Columbia   who  has  an
intimate knowledge of the mining in-
|dustry.
Yours truly,
J. M. KI'lLLIK.
Y. M. C. A. Schedule
The following is a schedule for this
season's work in the gymnasium com
mencing  Monday,  September 30th:
Juniors 1—Tuesday, 4:30 to 5:30 p.
in., Thursdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Juniors 2—Mondays, 4:30 to 6:30 p.
m.; Wednesdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.;
Fridays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Intermediates—Tuesday, 7:30 to 9:80
p.m.; Fridays, 7:30 to !l'3fl p.m.
Seniors—Mondays, 8 to 10 p.m.;
Thursdays,  8 to 10 p.m.
Business Wen—Tuesdays, 10 to 12
i a.m.; Fridays, 10 to 12 a.m.
Busy Men-Mondays, 7 to 8 p. m.;
! Thursdays, 7 to 8 p.m.
Senior Leaders—Wednesdays, 7 to 8
P.  m.
Junior Leaders—Saturdays, 2 to
3:30 p.m.
Railroad Men—Mondays, 2 to 3:30
p.m., Tuesdays, 2- to 3:30 p.m.; Wednesdays, 2 to 3:30 p.m.; Thursdays,
2 to 3:30 p.m.; Fridays, 2 to 3:30
p.  m.
Basket Ball—Wednesdays, 8 to 10
p. ni.
WANTED—Furnished house or Apartment. Apply MrB. Kelly, Box 216,
City.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on goods is a qnalit; name. Imagine the
comfort in using a McClary Stove,   Siraplt   io  work,   easj
to clean, and economical on Fuel.
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Shot Guns, Bingle and double barrel, Winchester, Remington and Stevens. Repeating Shot Guns, Shot,
Shell-and Cartridges, (all calibres), Shooting Coats, Cartridge Hells, Cun Covers. Came Traps, .ill sizes,
Groceries
Fresh Klppsred Herring just arrived, Fresh Fruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas, Hay,   Flour and  Poultrj   ^m
plies.
Crockery
Puller Crocks, llean Pols and Jugs, all ««es. Choice
China aud Glassware.
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
&_
First St.. Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
M
GIVE US THE CRDER
Green Tomatoes per !b. 	
Pumpkin per lb  lie
Good firm onions per Ib    5c
White pickling vinegar per gal. only    75c
FRUITS MIRING  DAILY
•JOHN MCINTYRE  &   SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
CONSERVATIVE ASSN.
CONVENTION, Oct. 24
Prominent Politicians Will Come to Revelstoke.--How
the Arrangements are Progressing.-Objects of
the Association
In a few weeks Hevelstoke citizens
will have the honor of welcoming to
their midst, the greatest convention
ever held iu this city, when the li. O.
Provincial Conservative Associations
commence  their  deliberations at  the
, "Capital ol Canada's Alps," on the
24th ol October. Among the olllcers
and delegates to he present at this
Convention, are the names of many of
the hest known and most highly hou
,,re,I personages iu Western Oanada,
meu whose names are a household
word iu the political and luisiness life
ol the I'acilic coast province, aud the
fact that such au important hody
have choseu this point as their meeting place should he a matter Ior prule
and congratulation on the part of
every citizen. Doubtless the Mayor,
civic olllcials, and residents generally
will rise to the occasion, and show by
the warmth ol their welcome au.l the
generosity of their hospitulity, that
they appreciate the privilege ot having the opportunity to excel tbem -
■elvee us hosts of such u distinguish
. ed company.
| Already thc i icul Conservatives, onl
whom in a great measure the weight1
of responsibility for arranging thei
comfort aud convenience ol the guests
will full, are busy with their preparations, ami ihey uiv being uhly sec-]
owled hy public spirited people ol all!
thanes ol politics. A general committee Consisting of Messrs. T. J.
Wadman, chairman; A. 10. Kincaid,
11. J. McSorley, A. J. McDonell, Kd.
Triuiblo, bus been struck oil to baud
! le the hnuqiict, at which the leaders
of the party in Uritish Columbia will
be pretent ai gueite and speakers.  A
hall and decoration committee has
i heen appointed consisting ol II. It
lllacklock, H. Squarohrigga, W. A.
Sturdy, A. O, Urookcr, Charles Holten, Bruet Lawson, whilst tbe ollicial
reception commit tec includes nmoug
others Hon. Thomas Taylor, K. V.
(Ireen, M.I'., C. U. Hume, II. J. McSorley, 11. McDonald, A.J. McDonell,
(i. S. MeCarter, T. Kilpatrick, H.
Cordon, w, A. Foote, A. H. Kincaid,
V. McCarty,  A.  11.  McCleneghan, and j
F. M, ciiisou. The general commit-,
tec for convention nanu'B are 13. R. |
lllacklock, Bd. Trimble, R. Bquaro -
brlggl, Murray Hume, Cuy Hnrber,
It. li. McDonald, R. D. Twoedlo, C.
Holten, H.J. McSorley, W. A. Sturdy
.1. II. Armstrong, H.A, I.awnon, Jas.
Mclntyre, A. (i. Urookcr, T.W. llrnd-
iiIiiim . Willis Armstrong, president R.
Gibbons, and Secretary T.J. Wadman
being ex oilicio members of all committees.
The attendance at the last convention held iu New Westminster on the
j it li of November, broke all previous
records, but from present indications
ihe number of delegates and olllcers
Ion in Hevelstoke will easily top all
present at the forthcoming convent -
p.isi conventional at least three hundred and lifty delegates from various
outside II. C. points will he iu evidence. The Hevelstoke un I district
Conservative Association, is alike iu
point of numbers and efficiency one of
the banner organizations ol Uritish
Columbia, hut ther resources will he
taxed to capacity in the task ol suit
ably receiving and catering to tho
social aud business necessities of this
Important gathering, The convention will lie attended hy special repre
scntalives ol all the hig dally papers
published iu the province, and the
results of tlimr deliberations will he
wired lo thu preBS throughout the
Dominion.
Thc tirst two great objects ol the
U. c. Oonservatlve Association, as
taken from the by-luws are:
1. To promote and develop a general Interest in Oanadian and liritmh
Oolumbia politics and government.
I. To promote and advance the Internet! of tiie Conservative Daily in
Uritish Columbia.
Aud in pursuance of '.'us I,loud
hurled policy, qiii'stious ,iot oiny ul
Provlnolal hut of National import -
uiu r will he discussed at the convention. The great positions held ly
virtue of the people's choice ami Coll
lidcuco, by many of the speakers will
give their utterances a weight and
interest quite apart from their iei -
soual reputations an platlorm or alter
dinner orators,  and  the     proceedings
of thiH convention will be followed
with thc greatest cuio evcryA-here.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
New Business for Revelstoke
Mr. Arthur Johnson, who has been
connected with the Mail-Herald, uud
the Interior Publishing Coinpuny for
a Dumber of yearn, and who for the
past thirty years bus lieeu engaged in
the job printing business in Western
('anada, has notified tho proprietors
of this paper flint ho will shortly
sever his connection with this com -
pany and will embark ln the job print
Ing business in tbe City of Revelstoke
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?  Talking About New Styles g
X and good value*  in  Suit*
y ten young men, you should
O see ilu- elegant
0    SOCIETY BRAND CLOTH LS
We arc telling at
$25.00 $27.50 and $30.CO
iiKn ihe 1 irgest and int.--:
".bowing ol Men's ti,,|bes
iu Tweeds and Worstcdi ,,t
FROM  $17.00   T0J30.00
Ue pui', ul.o! ii,.'.;, \m
t,, ice tin
Special BLLE SERGE SUITS
At $25.00 und S3U CO
I McRae Mercantile Co.  I
OOOO 0<>0<M>0<><KH>0<HK><>0<KKKH> O
I ALL TELE   TIME $
i ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN $
'     WATCHES !
BEST ON   EARTH
,    $
I J.GUTBAEBEE J
i C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR,, $ ■  I'KMHKK :•
T££3±i MAIL-HBKALU,   U^V ^I.S'X'Ol^tU
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 19U
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.   COAL
^
$10.50 per ton
10.60 per ton
10.60 per ton
S.7.") per ton
is
^
\\ inl        11 s      : ' here and we are fully pre-
...\   your requireinenes with any
of coal.   G ir order early,
BANKHEAD COAL
...   .
	
Stove
ette3
rHBRIDGE IMPERIAL SOFT COAL
.- ial              9.50 per ton
11.00 per ton
Bl   SURE AND ORDER EARLY
Tiie Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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TWO MILES UP THE
GRAND SCENIC ROUTE
Wedding Belis
A very pretty wedding took place
at the home ol the bride's parents,
Mi. and Mr-. John Heck, Third stiTi-t
west,  on  Wi'diii.sdiiy,   when  Maude N.
How the Work Progresses.—A Morning AutoJBcck was unitoa in marriage io Mr.
r' Krnest a, Dixon ol the C.l'.K. service
Ride Through  the  Matchless Scenery  otLho cel.omony wos perIormed by Rev,
Mount   Revelstoke. «■ •'• Mclntyre in the presence of rc-
.        .. Jlatlves and a few intimate friends.
It   was   a glorious   Indian   Summer, th*  "l-lnn«"  '"   ■V'M'''  ''y I    The  home  was  beautifully  decon.t-
... f       "highway"  of tomorrow,
morning, the eager tnroDumg    oi   a     ^^ ^ inspection ol the plans und  od with white roses, sweet peas    nnd
motor engine     Btandlng Just outside Qnfl jMt k1|U1IV ;ll  ,,„. |aD<uciipfl, we  m.,,,1,. leaves.
the  IMltoriiU door     annouueed  thai  returned to the car, and in a ftwmin
Mr   H   Bock ol the     Uevelstoke City  utes, were once more standing on ihe
,„'„,„.,', waB siting to mum his pro- McKenzie     avenue sidewalk, ehaking
uitse to demonstrate  the practicability ol climbing tho lirst two miles ol
Howson CSi> Co.
Are prepared to Sell Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and alll House Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
'C; c fifoaliyiberalb
PCI    [SHED  « RDNK8DAV   *ND
, HDAV   -.T
RJ.Vi'tsi'lKK. B.   0,
jnicnor iPnh.tshmg Company,
Umltod
,i. K. ■'■ HN ION,  M  natter.
KAL.PH
Btire pipe line Irom Bridge Creek In
to the city will be submitted to you,
and in order that th,- electors may
bo apprised ol the situation    .is     it
stands at the present nine. I wish
briefly to reler io the hlBtory ol our
water  works system.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER
lu 1%'fi an 8 inch low pressure pipe
..,-,,i TON,  Editor.  ::m' to supply the city's needs     was
 .-—      ■   laid  Irom Bridge Creek to  '.he    city
water tanks at the head ol McKeu/ie
uvenue. In 1910 the supply ol water
at Bridge Creek threatened to fall be
low the city's requirements, and by
way ol supplementing it. q ij Inch
pipeline was laid from Greely Creek
to Bridge rick al n cost ,,i •.■'.te0
When this last mentioned pipe line
,\.<- put in it wus anticipated that ll
be     sufficient  tu supply  the
At     l'2'.'M       p.m.  the,  bride looked '
., .       charming in     a    dress  ol  white silk
McKenzie      avenue  sidewalk,   r-haHms 	
...   ,,       ,    .,,,,;„   ,,,i    rvH.   chimin,   draped  over  while  silk,    and
bunds  with  Messrs,  Austin  and    '-is- (
lord,     nnd expressing to Mr,     Beck carrying a shower boquet ol     white,
our  appreciation  ol  his  skillul   work roses, entered the room on tbe   arm
the   Mount     Uevelstoke Bconlc  Auto nt t|le uteerinc; wheel, and thunks for ,,f ner lather to lhe strains of Lohen  ,
Road.   The car was already occupied a very pleasant and educative outing grens Wedding March, played by Mrs..
i -.,,.,,,■ ,nu  i.i.aieers .Miilaven.   After   the   ceremony,      the
I,,.     (ttll other .idwiitiiioiih piouiLih, ,.,     i
,,.,,,,._ .   a.,    i   .ih. i    ii party  nut  dowu  to a •dainty   wedding
"*'»•'« ■" *****«»i""   fl perSona Chat With You
ozpert     Mi.  Beck,  our party     were,
Bpoedlng down the     Big Bond  Road,     "To fathers and mothers,  In    fact
'„„.',.',„".. dropping behind us, our eyes   nil  those who hold  the  reins ot guld-
,    nnce—whose duty It Is lo direct with
ttaed on the newly turned .oil mark   ^ ^    ^^ ^ ^     U[S|(,ti
ing the first lap ol tbe mountain road ,   nd l,(Illc,ltioll o( ,,„ys and girls-sons
way. 'and daughters o: our land—are these
Leaving the road     with     nu easy words     addressed  not as  a   Belflsh
turn and'without an apparent cuori, mode ol advertising, Ior the purpose
f making money alone, but     simply
we commenced to mount steadily i'P-       ^^ ^ ^ yQU ^ haw m)
ward. doubts  as  to  the   nature   and  stand
The surprising teatures ol the road al.j l>f tlle dramatic attraction we
Itself, Irom an engineering viewpoint are to place be!,,re you at the Km
are the easj   grade,  and     admirable! press theatre Saturday  night.     You
1912
,   •   poor attei      ■       I   "    chump
- • ii ■'' '''■ u  ffin
S'.R.   ai. 1 Revelstol
it th iy lasl   ,,.,,,,1,1 	
...... -..   a verj  d city'i   needs lor some years to cou  .
and In this view the Canadian Pacitic
tion  upon  thc sports .   Company,   who  had a    con-
■   !. i Istoku.  trad     with thu city t,, supply them
Proi active watei, acquis ced,   Bince     1910
irt .   sporl   however, the    demands ol     the city
more especially     <".  have   greatly  Increased  owing   partly
., ...        lor   to the extension ol the sewer sj  tei
,,,fi iu this city witb  ,,,  ;,,,i   to give you a proper appice-
.        , :   ..   Bhoulder  tho   iation   ol   whal   hns   taken   place,      1
Ua || ,      which are     a!    need  only  point out that this    year
,,,,,. .   it      to  the  orguuiaii      ■  ji, inch pipes for Hushing sewers have
upon the public   been   Installed  In  addition  to    those
will not have to ask neighbors if this
attraction is one wo ean take our
family  or friends to sec  without the
to  re-imburse  the  promoters  and  to
theii  guarantee, by a lib-
■•.  ' be  games,   lt     is
to be regrei I   the [act  remains
ritj   ol   such cases,
to  I .i n  out  to wai -
i:, :. s, thi   gati  receipts aro al
ting,  thi   finances     ol
md  thi   local    boys
wh in.,   are  discouraged.
Taking   ■■• as  a town     ol
population, wliii.-
■   east theoritically show the
• -    a spot ts ol all k.nds
»her< ,  argi      uumbei     ol
■.   Ktiu  might   bo
Ln   Wat
on of lacrosse ,,i
no diihcul-
• say   live   hundred   spee
ch,i-h  were in use last year.
In   the   interval   between   l.'lo      aad
the  present time,  ibe     C.P.R.  Company's water consumption has Increas
ed, not only  beyond the expectatl ms
of the city official,,  but ol  the C.P.
ll. themselves,   The railway company
are   watering  daily  some  eighty  cn
lilies at   this point.    Ai   the    '■!
tune the city  have a contract
the railway compauy   to supply them
«Ith wator at lour cents pi
Ious.  Ioi   which they  pay ou a nun
iimuij oi lue,mm gallons per day, and
tbe  Income derived  trom  tins bi
alouu  la approximately   sufficient    to
pay the interest and sink i..
the ^J.,000 debeutare I ••	
made in  r.iiu to defray   thi  cost    ol
laying the 12 nub main Irom >..
witness.nb'   iheir   favorite
Creek      to     Bl
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tne  city   have a very   . ,.
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turning points. The scheme of the
work bas been in gradually reach the
summit, by a series of legs whicli allow ol a nun.mum grade, ovoid heavy
rock work, and provide al. every '.uru
Ing poinl ample Bpace to puss. The
way thus resolves Itselves Into an
cndl iss . , ol m.im.v grades, run-
a.n • snake like iron, tho tool ol tho
mountain to "Excelsior Chalet" at
tho summit.
a i  every     poinl     where    the  i   a I
changes din cl     , a uew and mori ou
cha ,i lag \ li ■•  ,    presented, tho town
h, mm, s and  ihe   i i oad  i ibbon  ol the
Columbia, shrink  in size ns the    u>-
cenl  continues,   until  dwellings  look
i...   dots spread out In a pampas   of
anl bushes, und the river is nothing   i,.u   a   silver   hair   creeping   thru'
i..   v ,..-..., .ii the Bame time the snow
. mountains assume greater pro
portions, until the sprawling glaciers
, do   i.imi   rivers  cleaving    their
way .nm.i a foresi ,,. ,..,,,  peaks; tbe
,   won., n.,n  M,n„  .uli..    their  	
posit on   I      Lnsij nice.      the   fear of sham,   lo chide us for so do-
mighty  handiwork  ■•;  nature  domlu-   Ing."
ates ine landscape,  on Mr. ('has. .1. Conklln     oilers    the
i.    i lo     like attny  speck  ,u     tue   greatest   Impersonation  of    Rip  Van
vast arena ol magnldcei Winkle since Joseph Jcflcrson's mem-
Bctw-eei   ,;' ntd arable characterisation, and the   or 'wANTBD-Two good carpenters, shop
.\   ,   post No. -.     where the graders   tlstlc work ul Mr. Conklln has   been
,ted,  tb   .  ad acknowledged by tbe public, press and
.r,,i,.  two  pulpit of England, Ireland, Scotland,
.  pel  cent,     the i Md the I'nited States,   as
great triumphs ol dramat-
II,!,,t.,n   Mr. Conklln
y a carefully selected
Ic, I  .-lum,,
quipment will enhanoe]
an Winkle..' Tru- j
,  assured
Dg   ■ :   deal    ,,I,1"U,|,."
■ '..I  words, " Here's
• ai ;      u tamilys
you u.i live
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WM.  K.  laORRAlNB.
dinner.
The travelling costume of the bride
was ot pale, green broadcloth with a
hut to mutch. The grooms prcB'.'nt
lo the bride was a pearl ninl paredo
necklace, to (he musician and Miss
ltctu Johnson, pearl broaches,
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon will spend three
months in California and const cities
going us far south as  Los Angules,
The numerous and costly ci'ts to
bride und groom attest thc popularity of this young couple amoui? a
wide circle of'friends, special mention
might be made of a beautiful cut
glass bowl trom the irirls Bible t'lnss
of tiie Methodist church, of whict thu
bride is a member nnd a Lir.oges
dinner set from tbe employees of the
C.   II.   IIumc & Co.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dixon IcfL on ? o. 1
Ior tho const followed by the l.-'st
wishes uf  tbeir muny  friends.
[pwor.li League Anniversary
The 21st  anniversary  of  tho     B!p-
w,nib    League   will    be   held   ill       the
Methodist church on Sunday morning
m'iI evening. Tbe cburcb will bo lean
tifully  decorated Ior the occasion.
At 11 a.m., the pastor will preach,
subject, "Lessons from the Life ol
Joseph," Special music by the Junior choir. At 7::ii) p.m. three ten
minute addresses will be given. Messrs. Patterson, Pagdln and Giflord,
being the speakers, representing the
religious, sacial and citizenship departments of the League. The following special music will be rendered.
Anthem, ".Send out the Light," by
the choir; Duet by Miss McLean and
Mr. Robertson; solo by Mr. Ralph
Lawrence, and trombone solo by Mr.
Paul Samson. The public is given a
cordial invitation to all these services
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch. 1'+ inch lo 3 inch
Dry Coitonwood
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
S.te for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Street and Smelter Track
THE CANADIAN BAN*
OF COMMERCE
z
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities in thc following Countries issued without
delay:
WAiSTEU
bauds, two smart boys to learu the
sash and door business. Apply Hevelstoke Sash and Door Fn, tory City
Africa
Cuba
M iTdonia
Rutula
Arabia
Denmark
Mftlta
Servta
Arget.tlnt
Republic
Hu-. in
Miinchurin
81am
A riven in
Kin and
Monica
Siberia
AusirnlU
Foi mottt
New Zealand
South Alrica
AtisiriH-H
nngftry
Frai ■■•
NjrwNiy
Spain
Kciuir.in
Genm.ny
Panama
.Straits Settlements
Bratil
Greero
Persia
Sweden
l.ii'll. irln
Hnlliinrl
IfTll
S-A'ttrerland
Ovion
Iceland
Philippine; Island*
t'v,:*
Chili
India
Poland
Turkey               8-7
China
Italy
Portugal
Ointtd Stmei
Crete
Japan
Koumi.nln
Went Indlcit, etc.
KUH SALE—A lull supply ol Nut and
Lump coul, dry Iir, birch ami cedar
cut to any length, always in stock,
orders left at the Palace Liver;
uiil have prompt attention.
Need More Help
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ior some time to come, there will Iki
■port which our home talent uiuallj
,tid
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lowing ' y    in
, .   ,,; i:      ml thai ice ratei
.,. ill   i, ,| I  li i   '...oil.  ol  in,
  r      i,. .    Mi,   i again urge
,,,^,,1- every eled     I    -  ra ■ il on Mondar
I   ,, .   n-    ,      an I   I "'■   '■' ',,'>   ',n '   '
lyut. '      • '    '       ■,    '^U   n"PPOrt
■ear, 6 per a '
. g q i. mth bigta tin*-
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Tailoring School
Catherine Ooodwin
These drnfts can bo drawn In sterling, fiv.ncB, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
tncls, roubles, etc., according to tbe money of the country in which they
arc payable.  Thia enables the payee to obtain the exact amount intended.
REVELPTClrF    BRANCH-F. Nt. GIBSON. NIGR
Naki'sp Brunch, H, 1,. RoTinvnr.i,, Manager.
JUST   OPENED
| THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House        g
g       Only  White   Cooks   Employed
Have had IG years experience as a caterer yj
tlf Regular $5.25 Meal Ticket forgive Dollars.; j|
«T' _——a_aaaa>_ fK
| J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,     •     Proprietors 8
J MacKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B, G 5
WHITE STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
ROVAL MAIL STKAMER3
SAILING IAI-.KV SATUKDAV    MONTREAL, QUEBEC,1,1 Vl'Kl'tlOl.
LuiHisi ,,i,,i l ,nisi Mi. linn.-, li oiu Canada- Only lour Day* at tiia
New 11 ipK'-.^irvw New Twin Screw
S.S.LAIREMIC   15,000Tons   S.S.iMEGANTIC
Sails Ort. 12 and 2b. Nov. i and 23 Dec. 7
I.ln im, l levuturn, lileclric Heaters, Skilleil Orchestra, Wireless and Deep
.s»i .i ai^Uulllllg Appal allll..
Comfort at Moderate Rates by Excellent Cne-Class (II) Cabin Service
S,S. Twin-Screw TEUTONIC
382 leet limn,     Itt.WiO h. p.
Sails Nov. 2nd. and 30th    Dec. 14
S.S.Twin-Screw CANADA
514 leet lull);
Oct. 19,    Nov. 16    Dec. 21
Company's Office, Room "B"   Bailey  Building,  Second and Cherry
SlreeU, Seattle.
A. G.  BROOKER, agent Canadian Pacilic Railway, Revelstoke, B.C.
. les,
CORRESPOUE
H.  HOWSON.
L'liuinnun i'ublic Works Com.
dinar/ InUr, i h«j
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  only I
olstoka iin>i ,   i    ■'
lull   (oi   tb ol  humanity     In
•„   fiiturs.
The laborers truly,   ur 'v.u'.'iy   ol
.n   V'.l    ll     tin
letall   of tb   cb mt art being i ai
ucil   out  ih  a credit  lo  t.bo  BUinbloSt
irerkd tngugwl    in itpWy turning
COAL and WOOD
Good Screen   I Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
I Birth, Fir and Hemlock   dry   $6 to $7 a cord
Ordi       III rei eivi prompt attention, . I'liom No. I i
S. G. ROBBINS
Eye Sioht
In getting your eyes suited, demand ability, reliability and
above all, demand experience. Having made arrangements with the Taube Optical Company, of Calgary and
Vancouver, to have have Dr. S. L. Taube, Eyesight Specialist of the Taube Optical Co-, who has had 42 years experience in the profession, to visit Diamond Hall regularly.
If there is anything wrong with your eyesight, don't fail
to consult him. All work absolutely guaranteed to suit as
tested.   WILL BE AT DlAttOND HALL ON tf.' L 21th «a> 25th.
• BATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2«, 1912
THE   MAIL-HEEALD,   ^E-^ElLSTOKZEl
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1912
I
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1805
Record of Progress for Five Years—
!9Ut>
Capital       ....       if 3,000,000
Reserve ii, 000.000
Deposits      ....        23,077,730
Loans and Investments -      27.467,090
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,000,192
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Corrsapontlciitb in uil
the Principal Cities In the World.
A OaNIRAL BANKINQ BUSINKSb TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BLANCHES
Intorest aiiowi.il at highest ourrent nuo.
Revelstoke Branch. VV. H. PRATT, Manager
1906-1911
1911
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854, Wl
48, .437,284.
MINERAL    AOT    NOTICE.
Bpenlow, Jorkins and Park Frac-
tiuual Mineral Claims, Situate in the
Trout, Luke Miuiug Division of Weat
Kooteuay District. Where located : —
Ou Oreat Northern .Mountuiu.
Take notice thai I, O.B.N, Wilk.e,
uetiug as agent ior the True Fissure
Miuiug aud -Milling Company, Limited
Free Miners Certificate B91786, intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtuiuing a Crown Grant
of the above claim.
And further take uotice that action, under eectiou i~, must be commenced belore the issuance of such
Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated this ltith day ol July, 1912.
O.   B.  N.   WILKIE.
. . It Might Be Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot metiicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm.BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
HJU3T NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly Rial monthly rates to he arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for 56.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, 13. C.
A. P. LBVBSQUB, l'roprietor
Laughton CB. Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Provincial
EXHIBITION
Westminister, B.C.
Oct. 1-5,1912
Fare from Revelstoke
to Westminster and Return
$12.35
Going Dates. Sept. 28. Oct. 3
Return Limit. Oct. 8,1912
IN  THE MATTER OP THE
DOMINION   SAWMILLS  &   LUMBER
LIMITED.
Notice is hereby given tbat u meeting of tbe Oreditors ol Dominion Suw |
milli uud Lumber Limited, will be
held ut tbe Ollice ol Davis, Marshall
Macneill & Pugh, til5, lluatiiigs
Street in the City ol Vuncouver, un
Monday the 30th day ol September, j
1912, ut tbe hour ol three o'clock in
tbe afternoon.
Duted   tbis  '.itb  duy  ol   September
l'll'l.
Davis,   Murshull,   Mucneill  &  Pugh,
Vancouver, li.i'
Solicitors Ior James H. Stephens,
Liquidator
1st issue Sep. 'll, 'It.
WATER NOTIOE.
For a License to Tuko uud UBe Water
Notice is hereby given thut the
Ouuadiun l'aeibc Railway Company
will spply for a license to take and
Ube Kilty Miners Inches of water out
of a small Creek, which 11 .ws ,u a
northerly direction aud empties iuto
lllecillewaet River ueur Twin lluUe.
The wuter will be tukeu ut Twin
LSulte and Will be used Ior railway
uud domestic purposes ou the luuu
deserioed us O.P.R. Ooiiipuuy's right
Ol wuy.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the US 111 day ol August,
Mlli. The aPPlicauou will be bled tn
the ollice of the Wuter Recorder at
Itevelstoke, B.O.
Objection may be bled with the suid
Water   Recorder   or   with   the   Couip -
troller ol Water Rights,     Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B.O.
Oanudiun  PuciUc   Railway   Compauy,
Applicant.
E.  W.  Bateman,  Local Right ol
Way Agent,  Vuncouver, U. C.
First issue August  31st.
For Sale by A. Hobson, Grocer and Baker
Further  information  ami
Tickets from any C. P. R. Ticket Agent
R. G. McNeillie
District Passenger Agent
Calgary,   Alberta.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING,   Agent.
FruitLands
FOR SALE
Gnlena Bay lands in parcels ol
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Corres
pondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenaj.
Tuke notice thut I, Lana A. Blou-
din, of Halcyon, B. C, occupation
Married Woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowiug
described  lauds:
Commencing at a post planted ou
the South boundary ol and OU chuius
Vest Irom the South East Coruer ol
Lot 7872, Uroup One, Kootenay District, and marked "Lana A. Blomdius
North-West Corner PoBt"; thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40
cbuins, tbence north 20 chains to said
south boundary oi said Lot 7872,
thence west along said boundary 40
chains more orless to the point ol
commencement coutaining Ml acres
moie or less.
Dated September 23rd, 1912.
LANA A.  BLONDIN,
Per A.  S.  Blondin,  Agent.
1st issue Sept. 26.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBERT     ST03STE      PEOP.
Central Hotel
^Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  »nd Improved,    r nut-Claim in every renixtct.    AH modern convenience!
Large Maniple houins.
Rate $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelsloke, B.C.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tlnamlth Repair*, Hot Air, Pip*
•nd Fur-nnoB work
-WORK   SHOP
Oortrmught Av*.   •   Ravalatoko
UNION HOTEL
AKIIOWHHAD. B. a
Hpecitl Attention given to commercial
men and tourist*. Klrit-clasf sample
room",. I'inM m'enerjr In British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
beforejbuying yonr outfit of working clothes
lor the .bush. I make *
specialty of Logging
Shoes, ['ants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business.
Tenders Wanted
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned, will be received ut the
City Hall, up to 8 o'clock p.m., on
Monday, September 30th, 1»12, for
digging about 8,000 feet of treuch
trom Bridge Creek to the Oity Reservoir. Plans and specilicatious ure on
view at the City Hull.
The lowest or auy tender not necessarily  accepted.
BRUOB A LAWSOH,
City Clerk.
1st issue Sept. 25, 2t.
BUSINESS LOCALS
NOTICR
Itevelstoke Luud District.
District ol West Kooteniy.
Tuke notice that I, Jean ilatiio s,
lllondiu, ol Montreal, Hue., occ ipa -
tion Merchant, iuteuds '.u apply 'or
permission to purchase Uie loin wing
descrilft'd lauds:
Commeucing at post planted 41)
chains south from a point in the
South boundary ot Lot 7872, uroup
One, Kootenay District, which is distant from the South East Coruer ol
said Lot 7872 GO chains, aird marked
" Jean Batise S. Bloudin's North-
Kast Corner Post"; thence south 60
chains, thence west 20 chains, thence
north GO chains, ihence east 20 cbains
to the poiut oi commencement, son
taining 120 acres more or less.
Dated September 23rd,  1912.
JEAN  BATISE  Blondin,
Agent.
1st  issue  Sept. 25th
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,   B.   O.,    sad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial   Land   Suveyor,
Mlaing Surveyor,
EnglneeriBi
MCKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   10t>.   REVELSTOKE.
Clean coal at  t'oursier's.
Bobbins' Lethbridge coal is uusui-
passed.
All Hobbins' coul is clean screened
Lethbridge lump coal.
Pour curs of small briquettes uow '
in. Positively tin: best coul lor summer use, clean and economical, Itevelstoke Ceueral   Agencies.   Ltd.
The best all round coal on the ti ar-
ket is Hobbins'  Lethbridge coul.
Por lusting quality use Bobbins'
coul, oue  used, ulways a customer.
Full supply oi Bankhead cal now
iu. Advance orders being tuken. Delivery guaranteed. Hevelstoke lieneral  Agencies,   Limited.
Clean, smokeless, furnace lump und
uut cuul ut Coursier's.
Duukbeud coul iu uli sines, broken,
egg and stove. Uevelstoko General
Agencies,   Limited.
Muke out your order for your Winter's supply ol coul. Vie huve the
goods on huud uud will deliver at
your owu convenience il you send in
your order early. Kevelstoke Ocnerul
Agencies, Limited.
Here's the roud to comfort, a vuu-
ished thirst, a cool body uud a re -
freshed oue, the only wuy is via a
cool drink at the Sugar Howl fountain, McKenzie  Avenue.
To prove the quality ol Ro'jhinV
Leth1 ridge coal, any one not satmU'1
with it may return it.
No better coal than Bobbins' Lethbridge coal has ever come to Revel -
stoke.   To prove it, try it.
A FEW SNAPS—7 Roomed House
Third street, 50ft. Lot, 11200.00. A
modern House, Second street, |850.<'0
Modern HoUBe, Connaught avenue at
$1000.00—Revelstoke  C. n.ral   Agencies
September Rod and Gun
Bonnycastlc Dale's "Every Day
Scene with the Indian Trapper" op-
ena the S'-piember issue o( Rod and
Run in Canada- Tbe Adventures ot a
German Hunter in America, being a
translation from tlie German by Hon.
William Renwlck Ri.ld.-il, L.H.D., etc,
relates tbe experiences of Freidrich
Gerstucker who visited America in
1S73 and went bear hunting in the
Ozark mountains. This is "some bear
story," Duck bunting is given con-
Bidei ible attention in this issue and
Includes Duck shooting on thc river
Scugog, at Long Point, on the St.
Lawrence, In the Kootenay district,
and an amusing Western tale entitled
"Hunting In Sage Brush Ike's Duck
Pond." And other good articles are
al 0 .i.i .iided  in this number.
Big Night In Moosedom
Monday, Septembei Jo-.u, will be
U008E HAY in Revelstoke, tor thut
eveniug une hundred good and prom
Inent citltem will be in.t.ated into
the Inner shrine of the Loyal order
ot Mouse. National Organiser 11. L.
Replogle, now returning from a tour
of the Dominion uud United stutes,
will be with us to supervise thc arrangements.
All those who have mude upplica -
tion will please call at headquarters
aud get receipt Ior medical examination.
The Charter Pee now for joining thc
Moose  .s  io,  the  charter wiil  remain
Mir a short time ouly,  when  the
regular mit,.a.on fee wlll be raised to
the standard sum of 125.
Those wishtng io join with the big
class on Monday evening next, can
place their applications with urgan-
iz-r Monahan, whose headquarters are
at tho "Watson Realty Co. ollice, ou
McKenzie avenue.
Prizes Awarded
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction  guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexitime  Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cummiritf's Transfer
BuiltlinK. Second Street
GOAL!
Plenty of Gall Lump Coal arriving.     Orders will  have
prompt attention.
A. Davidson, ?
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box 146, Revelstoke, B.O.
KOOTENAY      LODUK,  No. il A. F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on tht Third Monday ln each montb
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BBOB1H,    No. MU.
OF 1. O. F.
Meets In I. a O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera  House  every second
and fourth Monday ln month.  Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, O. H.
WM.   S.   CAMEKON,   Rec.-Stc.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 121.
Meets Second    and     Kourth Wednes
days    in each  month  ln    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen art
cordially invited to attend
A.   J.   WOODLAND,   Con.  Com
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Ulerk.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1. O. O. F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   In
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially Invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JAS.   MATHIK,   Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE.      K. ol    P.,
NO. K,   REVELSTOKE,  B.  O.
Meets averjr Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday of each month     ln
OiMlellows' Hall at I o'clock. Visiting Kalrhtt are cordially Invited.
F.  W. TERRY, C. 0.
O. H. BROCK, K. of R. * 8.
m. of r.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Tako notice thut I, Adelard S.
Blondin, of Halcyon. B. C, occupa -
tion Shipwighl, intends to upply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at u post planted 20
chains south ot a Point in the South
boundary of Lot 7S72, Group One,
Kootenay District, which point is
distant 40 chains West from the
Si.uth East Corner of said Lot 7872,
and marked "Adelard S. Blondln'a
North-Bast Corner Post"; thence
south ,40 chuius, thence west 20 chains
thence north  10 chains, tin ncc east JO
chain* to the point of commencement
containing SO ucres more or less.
Dated thc 23rd  September,  1912.
ADELARD  S.  BLONDIN.
Agent,
let issue Sept. 25th
Tenders Wanted
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned, will be received at the
City Hall up to 8 p.m., on M
September 80th, I'12. fur distributing
about 8,000 feet uf twelve inch wood
stave pipe, from the city Reservoir to
Hridpc  Creek.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted
BRUOB  A    LAWSIiN.
City Clerk.
1st issue Sept. 25th, 2t.
WE'LL show you some
of the most popular
styles in New Fall Suits ever
seen in Canada.
They are true Fit-Reform
creations — originated by
Canada's greatest exponents
of artistic tailoring. Come
and see them.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
New     Westminster,   Sept. 2"o— The
New Weslm.nster slogan competition
it- over, and the prizes uwaided. To
"Follow the Kraser" won tht »luu.oo
au.l to "Watcu Westminster," the
j.'mi. Judging the competition was
ditliculi un so muny competitors seem
ed to huve little ideu of whal a slug
un wa- aud none came up to the ex-
pected standard.
The preliminary judging was done
by special committee, who without
kuowiug either the name ol ihe writer or his residence, selected tne six
best slogans. These chosen six were
theu submitted to the Executive and
the above wilt ..-ltcled w.unei'o. Then
ut last the names divulged, and tirst
was found to be It.A. McLellan, a 1"
cal newspaper man, and the second,
W. A. Wills, a young Englishman,
working for the provincial govern -
ment as secretary of the warden of
the penitentiary. Both are ulready in
the enjoyment of their prizes. Only
one outsider, and he is from Saskatoon was discovered to be among the
nrst giX. This entrant submitted —
New Westminster, the gra.u hopper
of thc (..olden West," but this lacked
tbe soul of wit, brevity, and thuB lost
out.
Io fight Immoral Plans
Toronto,     Sept.  16—A  nation-wide
..ie to i.d the stage in Canada of
ial und suggestive plays is to
be plunned at the anuual meeting of
the Department of Temperance und
Moral Reform o! the Methodist,
church, which assembled .u Toronto
today with uu uiteuduucc of clergy
and layman fiom all o»ei the Dominion.
notice
Revelatoke Land District.
District ol West Kootenaj.
Tuke notice thut 1,      1-tuel   '. eunu
Boyd, oi Halcyon, n.c, uoeupatton,
Married VSoumu, intends ts upply for
psrmiSSaOn tu pun-tiaae the lollow.ng
deal I. bed   land.
I oiumeL aug ut u post planted l"
ib ..i.a in a westerly direction, lioiu
lh. South Last Corner of Lot till,
Gioup 1, tbence iu cMkall •uuiit,
aaatnes   »u clua.u*   *est  lu  luke shore,
UUD   •    N claU.au. bullll,     '.Ltlal.1    iU
ina.us east to point ol commtnee -
meat,  iontuimng   uv  aa is inure    ol
less.
Uepttatbei itu, MIS.
k-THKl.  VSflONA  b-'YD,
i.i  Wm. i i)2   a<iu;.
1st  .tn-.ti  bept.  atsUi
NOTIOB
Itevelstoke Land D.strut.
Distiict of   West  IvuoUUay
Take uot.ee that 1, WilLaui Boyd,
ut Halcyon, B.C., occupation, Hotel
Keeps), iuitudn tu apply lur permission to puiehusc the following dSSCrib
ed laud.
I'oiumeucing  al   a post Ranted    at
tbe     North  West Corner uf  Lot  1
Uroap   1,   iheuoe north  t'j caaJr-  fol
lowing  lake shore,  iheuut     east      >'
cba.ns, ihence .uuth 8U chains, i
west 10 chains to point ol coiuuin.u-
ment.
Dated Beptemliei   .UU,  1)12.
1st issue  BWt tl Wm. BOYD.
The Sugar Dowi" Luncheonette is
cow running in connection witb our
soda loiintaiu. La lies will hnd bars
a comfortable place to get an afternoon cup ol tea, chocolate, collet,
beef tea «nd light retivSluueaU. iATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 191!
TT3LJB1 Ml^-IDL-HTEH-A-Lr),  RllVKLSTOKIi]
SATURDAY, sRrTlOMKER 2S, 1012
yjrzrs^iesanuwTraa^aiiraaxssKi
T..»MinMim.mm—       n wiiiirsiinwii.sBHHa'BU'
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
v Patronize
ji^  Local Industry
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
oMenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cylccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Sttaionery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc
We oMAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock tf  printing  papers is large
and  well selected.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
^P
ADDITION TO PRIZE LIST
OF THE FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR
Revelsloke Agricultural Association. Oct. 8-9-10, 1912
Revelstoke Agricultural   Association
SECTION L.---Live Stock
Division 1.    HORSES
THOROUGHBREDS
Class 1st-
Stallions, -' years and over         S> 5 00   J 2 50
Mare, 2 years and over    5 oo      2 SO
2ud.
STANDARD HRKI)
Stallions, 2 years and over
Man*, J years and over	
..$ 5 00   $ 2 50
...S 5 UO   $2 50
DRAUGHT CLASSES
Open to mares nr geldings used for draught purposes, 3 years
and over. To be shown to appropriate vehicle. Certilicate ol
weight to be furnished if asked for. The same horse may be
shown wherever eligible.
Class 1st. 2nd.
Hest pair, each horse to weigh 1400 and over $10 00   5 "> 00
Hest single horse, 1400 and ovei   to  be  shown   to
halter  5 00      2 SO
Best General Purpose Horse, suitable for either
buggy, saddle, wagon or plow, nol under IUIO
or 1400 $ oOOfl 50
GENERAL CITY DELIVERY
Open to all cities and towns and to horses that are not shewn
in other classes.
Class
1st.
2nd.
Hest pair, 5 years old an.l over, under 1300, as used
for city deliver}', to be shown to a -1-wheeled
vehicle. Horses, SO per cent.; appointments,
20 per cent $ 7 50   $ 3 00
Mare or Gelding, 3 years old and over, under 1300
As used for City delivery. To be shown in
single harness to a vehicle. Horse, SO per
ceut.   Appointments. 20 per cent ......| 5 00   $ 2 50
L1VKRV RIGS AS LET FOR HIKE
Class,
Ist.
2nd.
Marc or gelding, three \enrs and over, to be shown
lo a single horse vehicle $ 5 00   $ 2 50
ROADSTERS
Class. 1st. 2nd.
Roadster. 3 years old aud over, to be shown to a
single horse vehicle. Horses SO per cent.; appointments, 20 per cent $ 5 00   $ 2 50
PONIES UNDER SADUI.H
Class.
1st.
2nd
I'om . mare or gelding, 14.2 hands and under. To
be shown at a walk, trot and canter, and will
be judged on their manners, conformation and
riding qualities   S 5 00   $2 50
Division 2-CATTLE
1. AU animals musl be groomed and stall cleaned out by 9a.m.
each morning oi the exhibition.
2, Non-compliance with the rule, ol the Association on the part
of an exhibitor or his employees .-.hall incur the forfeiture of any
premiums awarded.
DAIRY CATTLE    ANN   BREED
Class I.t
Hull. J year old and over (10 00
Hull. I \ ear old and undei 2 years  7 00
Hull (..ill,               4 00
Cou ,  t year old and upwards..         In 00
Heifer, -' year old and under 3 years  7 00
J li-it.-r, 1 year old and under 2 years  5 ihi
Heifer Call  4 0U
Heal .lisplay of three or more dairy cattle displayed
In  one ownei  10 00
2nd
;. un
i ot)
2 00
5 00
1 llll
2 IHI
2 no
5 00
DIVISION 3.---SWINE (any breed)
i
.M.ii   old    mil  upwards
li,.,n   undei I yeai old
Bowi 1 ten old   aud upward.
Sov   under I yeai old
Sow- and litter ol pigs. (I'lgs not ovei 10 weeks old)
not les-, than .lx pigs lo 00
1st.
2nd.
S 5 00
2 50
5 00
2 50
S 00
4 50
J no
2 50
5 00
High School Com Roast
(iu Saturday last n very onjoyuble
evening was spent by the high school
students when tlie three settlor Classen onbortalned tho fr-oahmun class to
;i i'uni Roast on the bunks of the
Columbia, oommonly termed thfl
point, At 7 p.m. the whole high
school gathered at Principal l'ater -
sou's  home   on   Mi'Ken/iie   avenue  ivrwl
Irom there proceeded to thc    bench,
where already throe great houtircH
blazed. Great bugs of corn stood en-
vitingly open and soon every one was
toasting hiB corn-cob In the brightly
glowing coals, UHlng ll long sharpened stick iih a toasting fork. A very
little practice made everybody expert
uud the  bags were quickly  emptied.
Pilled to satisfaction, all gathered
round tire largest Are and sang all
the good old BODgS, Then games tilled up tho rest ol tho evening. Al
ten o'eloek all sel out for home tccl-
ing tbey bad an evening long to be
remembered,
im Monday morning the ireshiuun
clnsH showed their appreciation ol
the evening by a hearty Letter ol
thanks to lbe upper classes,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Colpitts were guests
of honor, tbo freshman class having
graduated from Mr. Colpitts room
Inst  July.
Arrange Cheap Trip
New Westminster, H.C, Sept. 'ID.—
Special rates have just been arranged with tbe t'.l'.U. for all delegates
and members attending thc conven -
tion of the Canadian Highway Abbo-
i int uni in Winnipeg, from October 9
to 12. All delegates are required to
purchase a full fare single ticket to
Winnipeg aud get a receipt (or this
from the agent, the receipt for this
exchanged later Ior return transportation, after having been properly oer
tilled by the secretary ol thc Association.
The one-way ticket Ior the round
trip is good only iu case there is nn
attendance ol 100 or over at the convention. If there is less than 100, ono
third ot the regular return fare will
lie chargod. The attendance will prob
ably be greatly in excess of thc required number, and arrangements
have beeu made tor a hull that will
easily hold four hundred people.
Mr. W. J. Kerr, President ol the
Oanadian Highway Association, ib
now in Winnipeg arranging some of
the tlnul details and interviewing a
few ol the prominent apcukcra who
have consented to address the meetings, A large number of photographs
secured by the ollicial photographer of
the association, and also scenes show
Ing Thomas W. Wilby In his automobile trip across Canada, have been
made into lantern slidcB and will bo
used to illustrate lecturoB at thc convention.
COMING EVENTS
September 'li—Itip Vun Winkle, at
tha  UmpreBs theatre.
September 28—1'oliard  Upera  Co,  hi
the Opera House.
October 7—Managing Mildred Opera
Oo.,  Empress theatre.
October sth, Jth aud 10th, lievelstoke
Agricultural     Societty e    Full Fuir
und Horse Racing
Week commencing October k—Glad -
Btone  Sisters and Edna Randall.
October US—The Miesouri Girl at Empress theatre.
John mii i-'iymi motion pictures coming soon, Empress theatre.
BUSINESS LOCALS
If she Baid ''bring chocolates" Bhe
lucuns  "Sugar Howl" i-bocolutes.
Dry   Hii ch   tirewood  in  uuy   length,
at Coursler'!,
The "Sugar Howl" hot chocolate,
eoltee  and  tea, etc,  Is unsurpassed.
The   "Sugar   Howl   Koiiiiliiiiij',     like
Charlies Aunt, is still running.     Wu
are still Serving out to satisfied customers our delicious ice ereuin, sodas
nud   Sniidai'M.
Coining in, a car of dry birch lire
wood. If you require any, order ||iuck
—H.  N.  Coursier.
lhe  llluck  Key Study  inadc her sud,
Her  time  was wrong,  ber  tuue  wub
bad;
Sim ...ml good bye to all tbe fuBS,
Ami  bought u Gourlay Augelus,
At tbe Hevelstoke Music liii.iv.
MUSIC—Miss ,i..ii.uuu, pupil of A.
Miller, F.It.A.M., Loudon, is prepared to take a limited number of pupils for tuitiou in music. For terms
apply at th. residence of J. K.
Jobnsou, first house wesl ol the hospital.  First itreet.
WAiNTEU
WANTBD—A youug girl about twclva
years of age, to tuke rburge of a
baby euch day ol the week, except
Sundays. A good job and liberal
pay for tho right girl. Apply tu
Mail-Herald.
TO HUNT—Eight room Dwelling ou
Lot 100x140. Apply Cbus M. Field,
First atreet, telephone  Nob.  78 und
HI.
Foil BALE— Young 1'igs.     Apply to
Mj». li, 11- MiUhcll, .aloapauuj, 0,g SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER 28, 1912
THE  MAIL-HEBALD,  BEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, aSPTEMBBH 28, 1912
!
Smpress theatre.
One Night Only, September 28, 1912
Wm. E. Loraine's
Superb
Production of
SYNOPSIS   Uf COAL  MIMING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Muiiitobu. fcSusUiilchewuu uad Al-
bertu, tbo Vukou Territory, the
North-west Territories ami lu a portion ol tho Province ol DritiHh Columbia, muy bo loused lor a term oi
i,vuuty-ouo yeurs at an annual rout-
ai ol ii ua aero. .Nut moro than
t.blM acres  will  ho loused  lo oue ap-
plieant.
Application for lease must bo mudo
by tbo applicant In person to tho
Ageut or Sub-Ageut ol tho district
in wliicb the rights upplied for are
situated.
lu surveyed territory the land must
he described by oeclioiis, or legal
sub-divisious ol  sectious,  and   iu  uu-
' surveyed  territory  tho  tract applied
; lor slmll  be sluliod ou*. by  ibo    up -
IpllOaUt   himself.
I    Each  upplicai t  mist  bo accoinpan-
,ed  by a lee ol *b which will ho     ro-
the North West Corner ol Lot 1129,
thuncc east 2u chains, thonco iioflh
-IU chuius, thonce eust IO chains,
thence north -1U chums, theuco wesl
to bank of Huilwuy Creek, thonce lollowiug hank south to point of .ouv
nienceuieiil, containing ill! acres,
moro or loss.
Duted August 3rd,  1912.
iVUCllAlCL   UIUHY.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Laud DiBtrict.
DiBtrict of West Kooteuay.
Tuko notice that William Henry
Wilcox, ol Revelstoko, D.C, occupa -
tion, Prospector, intends to upply
tor permission to purchase tho follow
iug described lauds:
Commencing ut u post plauted ou
the WeBt hank of thu Columbia river
ubout -lu chains below Seymour Creek
theuco west '111 chuius, thenco south
■lu cbuius, thonce cast 10 chains mure
or less to Columbia river, theuce
lollowiug  thu Columbia river     im.mii
to point of commeuoement, uud cou
tinning lliu ucres,  u.vire cr less
Duted  August  bill,   I'J 12.
WILLIAM   -llilNltY   wll 00X,
Applicant,
Andr.'W  Edison,  Agent,
funded if Hie rights .applied lor    arujlBt iKSUe AUgj ;ilal
uot uvuilablo,  but uot otherwise.
A
j royalty      shull     ue paid  ou  the uiei-
IJcbaulublo output ol  tho unuo at  thu
i rate ol Uvo ceuls pot' tou.
j   The person operating iho mine shull
NOTICE
Revelsloke  Lund  District.
Dlstriot of West Kootonay.
Take   notice     that   1, John Albeit
Sir Richard Cartwrigtit Dead
Kingston, Ont., Sept.. 22—Sir Rich-
,i :  i lartwi Ight died hero to las ■
lifriil
fSilff.^ -T.samMHfaamsYStm
With Chas. J. Conklin and Miss Hie Loftin
Supported by a Sterling Caste
Absolutely  the  most Perfect Production Ever
Touring Western Canada
Elaborate Costumes, Special Scenery and Effects
Prices.   $1.00. 75c. and 50c.
Seats on Sale at C. R. Macdonald's Drug Store.
NOTICK
Hevelstoke Land District.
District ol West Koutoaay.
Tane  notice  tbat  Marsuuil  Deriah
of Itevelstoke,  D.C, occupation, Log-1
ger,  intends  to upply  tor  peimissiuu j
to purchase tbo lollowiug     described
lands:
Commencing at a posl plauted ou
the East buuk of tho Columbia river !
auout oue uud u half miles below '
i.ocky roui i aud uboul two miles
above I'etersou's rauch, thouco in
chain, north, theuce 40 chaius west,
theuce 4u chaius more or less south
lo the Columbia river, theuce lollowiug the buuk of Columbia river to
poiut uf commencement, containing
loll acres, more or less.
Dated   August  Sth,   V)12.
MARSHALL DiiRRAll,  Applicaut.
Andrew  Kilauu,  Ageut.
1st issue Aug. 31st.
deaieil 'i'enueis uuurossed to LUe uu-
dei'fcigued, uud eudoi'sed "Tender for
Vile iVburt al ttiliow l'oiut, D.C,
will ue received al tuis ottice uuul 4
I'.Hi., ku i-i.Jay, October, 11, law,
lor   tbo
MORTGAGE   SALE.
Uuder uud by  Virtue oi tbe powers
oi sale cou.aiucd m accilaiu xuueu
lule   oi   UaOl'lgaagtti    l.uicu    ft 111    UO   pio
duced ui i.uio oi salo, mere w'ni ,,.
ij..vied lot .-aiie uu neduesduy, Ociu
tier Znu, mu, at i- u ciucn uuou, av
lue uiuce uf JuUu Ll. SiuiiaiU, Viral
otieet, iu the city ol iieveisione, lu
tno li'oviuco oi lii'il.su Columbia, UM
cousuuctiuu ui u  i'uo bentUoUowing Luud3 uad frenuses, nume
NOTIOB
ltevelstuke Lund District.
District of West Kootenuy.
lake uotice that 1, Elizabeth liun-
Uall, uf Russluud, 11. C, uccupulluu,
i.iHiin'ii woman, lutwida to apply lor
I'ctuhssiuu to pui chase tue lollowiug
iiencr.iied lauds:
Comuieuc.ug ut a pust planted
about so cbuius north uf the Nurth
V.cst i on.vi of Lot -i"J. theuce -u
cuains sun ib, thenoe 2t) cbuins .east,
tbence iv chaius nurth, theuce on
ihuiub west to i-iiiiii ol commeuco -
ini'iit and couiuiuiug -in ucres, more
or less.
Dated April lith, 1912.
ELIZABETH,  HANNAH,
i'er   John   W.   Huunah,  Ageut.
First issuo Aug. 14.
NOTICE.
Itevelstoke Land DiBtrict.
DiBtrict ui West Kootonay.
Tuke uotice that 1, Wiiliaui Dillor,
ul . p... ,ni. , ii.. h occupation Meut-
cutter, iuteuds to upply for permis -
sion to purchase the lollowiug described  lands:
Commencing at a post plauted
ubout IU chain, enst of tho .outh
wost Coiner ol Lot 7079 and southeast cornel ol Lot KWOli, tln-nci couth
111 Chains, WSit lb chains, north III
rhuiiiB and east IU chains to poiut
ul roinmcaccuieul, aud containing ICO
u<mi, more or less.
Dated August 90th,  l'JIU.
WILLIAM lllLl'Olt,
Jauic. t'lshoi, Agent.
Jst issuo Bept. U
uud tuiiuei decaiug whan ul Willow
l'oiut, District ol Kooteuay, Dritish
Columbia.
Plans, specibcutiou aud form ui contract cuu ue seeu uud lorms ul lender
obluiiied ul Ibis Ucpui'luivul ,,i..i ul
the umces ul V, tf. Aylmer, Uisincl
Engineer, cause, D.C, c.c. Worslold,
Eb,;., Disiriet Engineer, New West -
minuter, D.C, uud uu upphcutiuu to
the i'uBliiiuslci ul Willuw i'uiul,
B. C.
Persons tendering are uolibed lhat
tenders will uul he cuusidered unless
mude uu lbe printed iorius supplied,
uud signed with their acluul siguu -
tures, siuuug their occupations   uud
places of residence, lu tbe case of
firms, tho actual signature, thc nature uf tbo occupatiou uud place ul
residence uf euch member uf the tirui
must  bo givcu.
Euch tender     must be uccouipunied
by uu uccepled cheque un u chartered
buuk,  payable tu lhe urder    uf      tbe i
Honourable the    Minister   of   ruohc
Works, oi)mil to ten per ceut ilu p.c.J
of the amount uf the tender, which
will   he forfeited if the person tender
Ing decline to enter into a contract
When culled upon tu do so, or fail to
complete  thc wur
iy.--L.uio t) uud lu, in Dlucs, o), aa
sbunn upou a map ur piuu ui sur.ej
ui tbe said Cily ul l.evelstuae, duly
registered iu tbe Laud Registry uuitc
at Nelson, li. C, uud nuiuuered MD,
un tho 11 v., vi tj there is said tu bo u
Frame Dwelling.
Terms aud cuuditiuus ui sale will be
mude liuuwu at tbe time ui sale.
Fur lurther  particulars apply  tu
Messrs.   iWinuuis,   Walsh at McKim,
ii'i Iticbaids Street,  Vancuuver, B.C.
Duted     this 4tb day  ul September,
lull. ist issue Sep. 7 to Oct 9,
furuibb lue Agent with swuiu returns | Lange, ol Loudon,  England, occupa
uccouutiUK for  the full nuantiiy     of   tiuu, Traveller, intends to apply    ior
merchantable coal mined aud puy tbe I permission  to   purcbase  the following
royalty   thereon.   II  the  coal   mining . described  laud:
rights aro uot being operated, sucn j Oommenelng at a post plauted by
returns should be furuished ut least North |.;aBt Corner of Lot Liuu 1. on
ouce a year. the   Upper  Arrow   Luke,  and  in.i'kid
The lease will include tbe coal mla-1 "j.A.L.8.18. Corner," theuce north
ing rights ouly, bat tho lessuo may ' 4n chains ulong the shore ol Airow
i.e periuiiled to purchubo whatever Luke, thence west ll) chains, Ih'u■•■■
available surface rigbis may he con- south M chaius, thence east 21 Chains
siderod necessary Ior the workiag ol to point of commencement, coutuni -
tbe mine at the rate of     ilu.Dt)     au   iUy mi ucres, more or Icbb.
bold Dy bourne Bros.
biy Heal [stale Deal
Sir Richard Oartwright waa burn
at Kingston, uut , Decembei 4, lh3j.
He belonged to oue ui tbe old Tory
:..-.... es .if upper luii.iO.i and in thc
earlj days ol his llle gave an Individ
ual support to the lute Sir John A.
McDonald. Since lhe period of the
I acldc scandal." IS79, be acted with
eas a member ol the Liberal pur
ty, tlret undei Mackenzie, then under
I-...I..  and finally under Laurier.
llf waa minister uf finance In tbe
Ma tenuis administration, from lsTd-
Lo7H aud subsequently, while In uppo-
.11 ... w.,s the chief spokesman tor
bis part)  ..n ttscal subjects,
He   : i'm great   pow
er, ol oratory, .uperioi to those pos-
-■ - si : i.y all the publti men ol his
i.::... Bave, possibl), tbe .nt" II.in. W.
M.  Uacdougall and Sir. (J.W.  Rossi
H.s speech in seconding ibe vote ol
thanks tn  the  volunteers who served
| in iho northwest rebellion  In  1--
otill regarded a. one ol the   masterpieces    of   parliamentary   eloquence.
.Mon.- recent speeches irum him,  both
I.a the commons and senate, Including
I that creating  the Quebec  battlefields
commission  In  1S08,  more  than    sus-
talned  h.s  previous high    reputation
in  this respect.
From Juiy l-'i, be wu= minister of
trade and commerce in the Laurier ad
ministration. He was government
leader tn tbe senate since January,
laua. lie was regarded as tbe last
member  iu  active public life  of  Mac -
aero.
For full information applicutlou
should be made to tho Secretary ol
the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
ol  Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will nol be paid
Ior.
Dated lath September, 1912.
JOHN   ALBERT LANUfl,
Per Fredrick W. Terry, Agent.
1st Issue Sept. 28th
Oue ol the largest inside 1 ...lty
deals put thr,,ugh In Regina <jr si tat
time took place this week whii J.A.
Westman, In conjunction with sume
Eastern capitalists purchased th. pre
sent Leader site on the coruer of
Hamilton  street  and   llth  avenue.        kenzie's "old guard,"   During Sir Wil
This property now being vacate 1 [fld Lau.'.iT's absence in U'.iT, 1909,
by the Leader Publishing Co., has pjuT uud 1911 be was ucting premier,
iuu leet Irontage on Hamilton anl He was appointed delegate to Wash-
126 ou llth avenue, the price paid be-   Ington to promote belter relutioas be
Ing  {260,000,   Tho four  lots   were purchased by the     Vendors   at diflcreut
times within the last live years
total  cost  being  $31,000.
tween Canada and the L'uited States
in Ha". He proposed a Joint cotnmis-
the sion an.l represented Canada in a joint
high commission in Quebec, lsiis and
in Washington in lSUS-sa. ln Iliil ho
wa. appointed a memlier ot the privy
the
NOTICB
Revelstoke Land District.
District ot  West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Michael Grady,
of St. Leon, B.C., occupation, Lttel
keeper, intends to apply Ior permis -
sion to purchase the following des
iribed lands.
The   London  Times  says  that
covenant  to which  Ulster  men      will council.  He   was  called  to the  senate
pledge thrniselves as tbe meeting    oi |,y  Karl drey  m 1D04. In 1.0* he car-
: Boptember SB is that if Home Hule is rled a measure in favor of old age an-
will prepare   enacted they     will     not uckuowledgo uuititw.
PIANO   LESSONS
Professor  A.   DeFco,   of   ltevelstuke, I
intends to start piuno leBsous uu the I
11st of  September.
This year the teacher 	
with  special  care  a class  ol      young j the parliament ut  Dublin,    will    notj 	
pupils for tbe McGill OonsorvatOrium' obey its luw-. and Will not pay taxes [ FUNERAL ON THURSDAY,
ol Music ol Montreal. All the official I It Is expected that those signing the Kingston, Ont., Sept. 24—The fun-
booka containing the studios and'covenant Will number from 600,000 to oral of the late Sir Richard Cart-
pieces required Ior thc examinations 750,000. There Is reason to believe wrtght will take place in the 'amily
will be gotten :rom tbc general sec- that tho Unionist leaden at the meet residence, "The Maplea," at Cart-
retary of McGill University.                 I log in Belfast ou September 2a,    will Wright's Point, on Thursday afternooa
Thoso wbo are willing to take     up   announce the heads of  the  Oonstltu - to St.  Mark's Anglican church, where
the course  may call at tho teucher's   tion  which  they  will  set   up  in     th- Rev. O.G. Dobbs ol Brockville, a cou-
residencc at the corner ol Second St. , contingency of the enactment of Home sin of  Sir  Richard will  conduct    thc
und Railway Ave.   Phone No. 202.      j Rule.   It   will   separate   the  judiciary service.  The  interment  will  be  made
Commencing  at a post  planted    at j 1st issue Sept. Tth                                  las well aB the assembly. , in Cataraqui cemetery.—Ex.
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NOTICE.
Rovelstoko Land District
District uf  West Kuulenay.
Take notice thai Juhu R. West, ol
ltevelstuke, B.C., occupation, Saddler
intends lu apply lur permission tu
purchase lbe iollowiug described
lauds.
Cuiuuicnciug  al u puBt  plumed    uu
lho  Wesl hank ui   lbe Culuuitna rivei
atuul 411 chains  below SeymOUI Cieek
theuce west 4u chains, theuce   nurth
lu ehuins,   thci.vi   uaol 40 cbuius mule
or less tu lbe  Columbia iivor, tbence
~".~a  '.       V, lloiluwing   lhe   buns,  ul   tho   Columbia
k  cuutructed  for.   if
the lender Iw not accepted tbe cheque
will  be returned.
Tho Department does not bind itsell
to accept thc lowest or uny tender.
By Order,
R. C. DESROCUERS,
Secretary.
Dcpartmont ul Public Works,
Ottawa,  September 13, 1919.
Newspapers will not bc  paid     lor
thia advertisement il  thoy  insert     it
without  authority   from  the    Department. 1st Iss.  Sep.  21,  Et.
river suulh tu puint oi couuueuceuicui
i and  coutaiu.ug   Iou  acres,   mure     ur
less.
Datod  August  sth,  1912.
JOHN   R.  WEST.  Applicant.
Andrew Kitsun, Ageut.
1st issue  Aug.  21st.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Druying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 •    Night Phone 85
NOTICE
Revelmuke  Land  District.
District u.'  ^e.-t  Koutenay.
.  ...-   , : .    i   - iwen  Hoy., ul
Grceuwuud.   D.C,   occupation,     hotel
proprietor,  unci i to apply   or per
mission to |- .. following de
scribed lands.
i "luiiii-nniig ai a posl plant .'•! nt
the North West Corner, being tfu
.1.11 ..nt of the Bouth West ( or tier of Timber Limit No. IUM, tbtnci
cast   HI   hains. tbeure south 40 chain,
thence  west  40 chain.,  tiicine    r ..itli
40 chain, to point ol commencement.
Dated Mtb June,  IS12.
uWliN  BOY Kit.
George Bouchard, Ag'nt,
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The Range is the Soul of the Kitchen
The modern housewife knows the important
part the range plays in the household economy. She
knows how vitally important it is to eliminate from
the kitchen all possible work, worry and waste.
And the range is the soul of the kitchen. Its
influence is felt every day and all day by the entire
family.
The Gurney-Oxford Range is a strong advocate
of modern household economy. Not only does it
cook and bake without disappointment or failure,
but it is a positive influence for economy It burns
less coal—it requires less attention—it conserves
time.
Modern woman demands in her work modern
time and labor saving ideas, and modern woman is
right. The Gurney-Oxford Range is the fruit of
constant effort, research and experiment to make
and keep abreast of modern ideas of efficiency. Tho
Gurney-Economizcr i which is licensed for use only
on the Gurney-Oxford .rangcl for regulating the
drafts by one action: the Gurney method of distributing heat to all sides and corners of the oven:
the improved Gurney grates, combine to make the
Gurney-Oxford range the standard of efficiency and
the foremost exponent of modern household
economy.
Revelstoke ftardware Co.
UKVELSTOKE, I..C.
IU RMBRR 2!
LJU iVLAIlL-JriliJK^.riJD.   KK'NTSJI-iSTOIK:"!!]
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2«, 1912
MAKE COOKS
TO ORDER
.■ni. Wh,.n   int,i the hands ol  tho Treasurer     ol
he think    Iim  li.i'-- grusped all  that   Is I tho said   City foi   tho purpjsos   uud
ibli>   he i    given .1 Biimll printed   with thc ol its herein hoi  rocitod.
■ ■ m   nnd 11 ked ta ans     2.   11 . b ill    .   law (ul toi   1 lie      ..  1
I llii . Mayor to eiuis   anj   nuiubor ol   do
li Dili IT, bentures  to bi   iiuule,       .   ted     and
\. 1 loopi r,    "I 11 .iiii'ii ImiiI of
■   mid   DlnlngOai '
.  be   -    lbe ]
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..; thi   . .I'.U.  Is the
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lias  paid  in
ways,   I'..1  1111-1 unci,
1
111,111 who Intro
,     miii   un,I     lull hundred     odd
"  . 1   ,  ns 11
.11     :   the  training   ..1  omploj b,
-I  thi   111011 olllcienl  servica possible
and win ro ., pa   1... 1   1 uds 1 hlngs to
bl ■ liking,  ..11 .1 1 allway, bo  Ib golug
in use that     railway  ovor)   time  be
pi ils, II convonlenl, and bo a booster Ior it when he li n'l  travelling.
i.i superintend 1 be sleeping and tlin
-11 Bystom nl  1 in- C.P.R,     1.   a
big man's tusk, w In 11 one loams thai
.1   100,000 in. ali  ure served on tbo
company's  trains every month ol thc
-1 ..: .
11 wi- ild i.iki :i book, a big, llnck
hook, i" tell bow mippllesare mars
hailed it . neb illvi .mi point to Bup
;l> Hi truina, livery duy of tho
i. ai 20,000 pie •ea of llnon are bouI to
thc laundries from C.P.R, trains ut
1 ncti .ir.,mu in  poinl.
The im. 1  won lei ml hotel service In
..nml he t'.l'.U.  dm
ill op m   cars.
Ii   1,1.1  [01  bucIi   -111111  or sums us  may
1,1   i.',|ir,i'Mil foi   the purposes and ob
■ ii aforesaid uol 0x1 oed-ing bowovoi,
ihe sum of Ten thousand dollars
($ll),UOu.0O) each ol thu said debenl
urea being uf the denomination ol
line thousand dollars fl,000.00) and
all such debentures shall be Bealed
with tho -.al oi the Corporation ol
the City oi rlovelBtoke and Blgned by
tho Mayor and Citj  Clork thoreof,
2. The .said dobuutureB slmll bear
date the lirsi du> ui November, l'J12,
and slmll be made payable In twenty-
11 v 1 ■ years Hum the saiil dale in lawful money ol Canada ut the ollice of
tlie Molsons Bank at RevelBtoko
aforosald, which placo ol payment
shall be designated by said debentures
aud shall have attached tu tbem
coupons lor thu paymenl ol interest
nml the signature to the coupons
may be either written, printed, stamped or lithographed,
1.   The suul debentures    shall
Interest ai  ihe rate ol dve l6j
centum    per     annum
hereof,   which   intoresl
FULL   LINE  OF  GENT'S   SHOES
Tho well knowii Keen
ington  solid leather
leathers.   We also  carry
Shoes.   Call and Bee then
Kut Shoo and the Well-
Shoe.      They   aro   both
it   full  line of Tan
before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &
Boot uiul Shoo UepitlrorB, Saddlers
COMPANY
Hm ness Mnkers
STEAM CLEANING
D   a C.
atter 1
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personal
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appl cation,
made
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I BE INSTRUCTED.
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Corporation of the City!":""
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WHEU deemed nei
.,   ihe  lut rest ot  tin:
City  .-     .....>...  that   i...     pn
ystem  ...  tbo 1 itj
ed, augmented aud extended,
ami V, t ii.Ki-.AS to di (raj  lho 1
ul  11   will  be  nocoBBorj   u.  ..."
row  ilie Bum oi 'icia thousand dollars
!i,',.j,iM..ii.i     which    the 1'uj   Council
proposes to raise by the Issue ul di
,,  mm. 1     101 111- .1   Upon   tbe   rales     and
charges which are chargeable and eu
ible  lor  tho  user oi  water    and
electric light under the "Watei    und
Electric ltegulutlon Bylaw  latli" and
ihe Municipal Ulauses   Vet.
ami \.ill-;ill-:A.s ihe estimated am
oiiut  1 mil's and     charges
chargeable     und    enforceable Ioi   th<
year In which the by-law is passed is
.'.OU.
AMI     WHEREAS      there  is
... J   oil   lbe   suid   1a al.
.111   ol   ,-.,.■ J.I. 12
VNU     tVHEKEAS
--u the seem itj  ol thi
water uud  1..'. trie  light   ral
.,, . irthcr guari
pallty  al   -iifa'c.
WUEUEAH  fi
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bear
per
from   the  date ,
shall   be  pay -
able Hi-mi -annually  at 'be ollice oi lhe '
Molsons llauii ui Kevelstoke aforesaid
in lawful money ol     Canada ou thei
Kirst  day  ol   May   and   lhe  FlrBt day j
ol November respectively 111 each and
every year during  the currency thereof aud it shall  bo expressed iu   said
debentures     uud    coupons to be   so
payable.
0. It shall bc lawful for lhe said
.Mayor to negotiate and sell tbe said
debentures or uny of them ut tbo
market rales.
or th. payment of the said
debt there shall be set aside and with
drawn each year during the currency
nf iln Baid debentures (rom tho annual current revenue ut tho Munlcip
aliiy as derived from tho Baid water
and liyht (electric) rates and charges
the sum of $J74,UU and Hiicb sum
shall be transferred [rom the annual
current revenue account and paid into
a special account to form a sinking
fund lor tbe purpose mentioned herein
7.   For the purpose of paying   the'
Inl Test   on   the   said   debentures      as
AND DY[ WORfiS
Has Been Added to the
WEST  KOOTENAY STEAM  LAUNDRY
Clothes Cleaned or Dyed, Pressed and
Repaired.
Faded    Clothes   Restored   to   Original
Color.
French   Dry   Cleaning  of Ladies'
Gent's Clothing a Specialty.
First-Class Work on Short Notice.
isfaction Guaranteed.
Clothes Called for and Delivered.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Arc you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Kevelstoke Plumbing C&
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Night Phone 40
Phone 281
P. O.  Uox -lb"
and
Sat-
Sasli. Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W ore in the manufacturing business of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office and Bar Fixtures, Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
same become due and payable    there
Bhall bo set uside and withdrawn euch
year irom the annual current revenue
ol  the  Mnicipallty  nn derived     from
said    water    and electric light rates ,
and charges tbe sum ,.,  (500.00 which
sum shall be translcrred from the an j
nual current revenue accounl and paid
Into .. ij 111.1l  account   Ioi   such  pur -
I"-.  au«j to be disbursed when and us '
tm- lustuliuents of     interest    become
due.
v   During ibe in nui j  of said debentures the su,.! rates and    charges
at ali ill not .01 tu
; .i 1  ..:     tb<     annual revi nue ol tho
ality.
■    :i snail bo lawful lor the  il 1
me  to tune      in
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PRACTICAL CLEANER
j AND DYER ....
NOW LOCATED AT
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
PHONE   no
FIFTH   ANNUAL
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vou buy underwear
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Mritfa emark  will
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rink.     Ytt   poll pay
nothing   extra    for    aaa
andyou
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it Paris  in Canada,
by Pl KM ANS limited.
Public Notice
Fall  Exhibition
Revelstoke, B. O.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, October 8-9-10
SoeOQQ in PRIZES
Agricultural and Fruit Exhibits Live Stock Poultry Ladies' Work
Home Made Cooking and Preserves Manufacturers' Exhibits
Three Days Good Kor&e Racing and Special Attractions
Special    Railway   Rates—One and-One-Third   Fare
for   the Round   Trip   to the  Revelstoke  Exhibition
MUSIC BY TIIK CITY BAND
■    El   HI   SPECIAL PRIZES FOR  FRUITS ANU VEGETABLES
;  I-ROM  SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
A^UHSHRINKABLEV^
Trttde  Af^rA
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11   C,  between 9 ■ antl   I
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nili.  i 112, ..i. ;i    Uj i , .■   to Impi '•'-''■
an.I lv<l' BuppI}
nf the Oity iit I'.  ■■!
IJ. ll   REYNOLDS,
Return leg Officer
i. A. McRAb. Pres.
F. B. WELLS. Treas,      T. E. L. TAYLOR. Sec.
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Mail-Herald for Job Printing
> BATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 'It, Vll'l
THE  TsK^TTu-tttel&JL.l.^m^teV-TnTi&VO^ZTn
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1913
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUE DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
The way those 1912 Model Coats are selling, proves
to us that the style is right. As to workmanship,
fit and finish, we were sure of this right along, as
they are made by the best Coat and Cloak makers in
Canada.
Groceries and Crockery Department
FISH!   FISH!
Call and have a look at our table of Sardines.
A fresh stock just in, consisting of Crossed
Fish, King Oscar, Spartans in Oil, Concord,
in Tomato, Brunswick 3 tins for 25c.
SEASONABLE FRUIT
We have a large display of Fruit this season
and the prices are very low. Peaches, Cante-
loupes, Green Grapes, Red Grapes, Apples
forCookingaiidTableu.se, Oranges, Bananas,
Lemons, Crab Apples and Plums.
Now is the time to leave your order for Green
Tomatoes, Ripe Tomatoes, Pumpkins and
Squash.
We have a car of Feed just in, containing
Wheat, Shorts and Bran. Specially low
prices on ton lots.
Marmalade
Large shipment of Marmalade just placed
in stock which includes Robertson's
7, 4 and 2 lb. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 lb. jars;
Oliver's in 1 pound jars; Keiller's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and 1 Ib. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's, 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 and 2
lb. Jars.
BARGAINS IN TEA
We are going to give you a   Bargain   in  our
celebrated Sunbeam Tea.
Red (good) per lb     30C.
Blue (best)     4°c-
For Friday and Saturday only.
Try   a   Pound—Afterwards You Will Use No Other
Underwear for Fall
Let us introduce to you our lines of warm Underwear which are particularly designed
for particular people. All weights in wool, from light Summer to heavy Winter wear.
The best ol domestic and Old Country manufactures. Our prices are right and fully
express the utmost satisfaction for every dollar invested. Both in two-piece and in combination underwear we are leaders.    We ask only a comparison.
Prices, $1.00 to $4.50 Per Garment
Fall and Winter Hosiery
Our Hosiery is imported direct from one of the best known and most famous manufacturers in Leicester, England. We save you the middleman's profit and give you the
best wearing and most comfortable hosiery in the City for the money.
BLACK CASHMERE-Pure soft wool,
the best three-for-a-dollar sock on the
market.
BLACK CASHMERE—Red ring toe.
We have no hesitation in recommending
this line to anyone. It wears and it does
not shrink	
Price, 50 Cents Per Pair
BLACK   WORSTED - Hard woven.
Full sized	
Three Pairs for $1.00
JAEGAR HOSE, in black, gray, heather
and fancy        	
Price, 60c. Per Pair
BLACK CASHMERE-Fast colors and
hard wearing	
Price, 25 Cents
FANCY HEATHER MIXED WORSTED—Clean woven, hard finish, comes
in three   colors	
Three Pairs for $1.00
FINE BLACK RIBB. CASHMERE.
Soft and easy on the teet, wears like iron,
and in fast colors  	
Price, 50 Cents Per Pair
FANCY    HEATHER     WOOL--The
best heavy one we have yet shown. Lots
of weight, fast colors	
Price, 50 Cents
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
FANCY COLORED CURTAINS
We have a crowd of the New Fancy Colored Curtains we
want to let go;—got an overstock of them. They are the
new ideas in Nets with floral designs. The New Colored
Muslin Cathedral Draperies.
The $2.90 Lines, Now $2.00.   The $4 Lines. Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERANDAH SH.ADES
In Wood Splint, Fancy Colors. An entirely New Idea
—the Roll-Up kind. All lengths, very decorative and
useful. Gives you privacy on your own verandah that
you cannot otherwise have.
Get Them At Humes.     A Large Stock to Choose From SATURDAY, ff.i'i EMBER !8, 1912
TIEEIB]   IN^^llj-i^itll^^ILDb^RJil^KLSTOKIlll
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, LM2
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esinns
Miss Brlffga an.l Miss McBrlde, ol
Now WertmlnstiT, aro vlBitlng Mrs,
W.   1.  Ili'if.;t,rs,  McKenzlO avenue
Tomorrow will tic "Rally Day" '"
tho Presbyterian church. At both ser
Vicus thoro will lie special music, and
jj the church will be appropriately Uoc-
orated for tho occasion, in tl"' morn
Ing tho children will attend and take
part in a specially prepare.I service,
entitled "The dny ol tlie Harvest."
There will be choruses led by the
children.   The  regular   Sundaj school
will not moot tn the alten n.     All
are cordially Invited to these services
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
SPORTING
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The Circulating Library  is now    In
operation, thoso wishing to secure a
book can dn bo by depositing tbc sum | a,,,
ut  $1.   Tho  librarian   Alfred  Tupping, ! ,"
is at  the     building on   Monday    au.l
Thursday ovenlngs, trom 7:30 to s:30 '
to change books Ior members ol lib-1 h
rury,   Come down  and  enlist.
\ mooting of all thoso interested In u
bowling i called for Wodnosday even sl
Ing, at 7:M sharp. All those intend-111
Ing  onterlng  a team   into  tbc  league
Tbe Missionary Society of the I'res     ure   rc„uested   lo   be   pr. nt.      Don't
bytorlan church held a very  interest.-  -or«rt this meeting Ih important.       |fc
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H2,   to  Mr.    and
Mrs. L [ Sicai ious,
1?RESEK 7I1NG   SlSASON
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SO—At P
I ■ nember 25,
-.' m. It.
II Im    .    i       .-  • Klckel
.■th of Golden. B. C.
I'ui I'm sei ciug 1 mils wo baiulb
cure such Iruils ns cnnnol be be
would advise you to place your o
livery ol all orcli rs taken.
lKllT .IAUS
..    we are Inn.I!
. ...     mid li .it gallons.
1 \. . 'At net .
i nly ihe best
el     either   il
dei with us.   \V
ll you wish to  pro-
111. ■.'. i; \   or price, we
will guumiiti i
Ing     meeting    on Tuesday  afternoon.
There   was   a good   attendance,      and dltlon    and
the afternoon was spont In n study of cheery.   One
the life of Charlotte Tucker who went, games played
Howling alleys arc now   in iimi Connie     room  bright, and
f the    most enjoyable
on  llic   alleys  thus fnr,
to India at the age ol lifty four and was UlBl Tuesday evening, when lhe
gave active service foi- eighteen yearB married men played the single, tbc
writing   muny   Looks   which   bave
groal   Influence  In  that   Umpire.  MrB,
Haug read the paper after wliicb Miss
Bcheelor contributed a solo.
The Pollard Opera   Company   will
not show at the opera house tonight
as previously advertised, owing to
tbeir failure to make proper train
connection  at  Bicamous,      However,
married men outclassed the Bluglo
men by the following score, Married
m. n 3056, single men 1925, a gain ol
1311 pins for tho married mon,    three
l I cheers for ibe married men, bin
wait.
tlyinnasium classes will be resumed
Monday, Bept, 80th. Don't wait on
the  other   fellow,   get   lined   up      an.l
Itu. Van Winkle will be presented at i'""!' Into ibe fun. Procrastination
tbe Empress theatre tonight nnd ev- 'a lbe thief of lime. Classes being ar
erv one should  be there.      See notices   ranged   to   suit  all   enthusiasts.       All
of  this  popular
this  issue.
play  elsewhere     in
white
CITY COUNCIL
llg lb.
These
am> i.ntm;u.s
b   fated  ilasou in; *. I il -. iu Phil
.:   i. .lime in. comment
'lb.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
CITV II.
bill n1
BRIEF
H will  ic.i  receive
S'ovember Oth.
i . .ag  school  w .
■   . more     suitable
tuined.
lamil>   who   have
been living un the Kramer ranch near
' .    past  year
ua Third street,
.   .   reside.
are
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lievelstoke Inside Property
Rial Ustale ip selling rapidly. Why not i^el in before all Uu* most desirable residential tola are taken ui>.-
Unst wecK wc made several yooti s ■]*.> i" local buyers utui il will onl} be a
short lime before these >"*,■- are .tli closed ont.
Call at our office ami Ret mil particulars. All mu propert) can he sold
uu easy terms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Mrs.  Davis leaves for Vancouvei  to
Bi     • ty   will resume
•    ..  Hall    on   day ,,„ a short visit to friends
.. at  -  p.m.   As the
ter's enter
, large
ers .= requi  I
. .. con-
:    . .-th.     .,:. I
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Mrs. Robert Gordon was hostess ..'
I   , iij.M aid-   all mi noon   i.m     ou
Friday afternoon of ilus week,.
1'!.:
Vaiicoir.er, will preach ... ■■:   Peter's
.    .i.li     tomorrow.   St. Mark's Hall
i: e new  training  b
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Columbia,
Mrs.  .].  i-;.   i;    Dickson   ■
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Mr. Goodeve always
iim city fathers moi In regulai
meeting on Friday evening. Mayor
Sutherland occupied the chair. Alder
uuu McSorley, Howson, llourne, Ah
labamson were also present. Minutes
of last meeting wen- adopted as
read,
COMMUNICATIONS.
Various communication! were order
ed answered or filed.
a request from the Y.M.C.A, foi    u
lighl   in front  ol the building,     was
referred to Water and Light commit
tee.
A notification from Ottawa thai the
water   rights  on      Mount     Uevelstoke
wure now   in   the  hands ol  the  provincial governmenl was bled with otb
er correspondence    relating to     the
case.
Request from the Retail Association
t.. the city council  that  the    street'
names  he put up and bouses numbered  was considered.
Alvl. McSorley—We have been talking ol this for some time and 1 think
the work should be done.
Aid. Uourne— 1 think the city should
put iu these numbers, I
Aid. llowson —Wlll we adopte the
east and west system ot run in the
straight numbers. .
Ud.   McSorley—]  think    the    City
Clerk  should   he  lUttrucied   to obtain1
iation    re the   numbering systems .n  use  by other cities und     re-
;   .:   accordingly.    1   move   ilu-     City
K. Ioi   Uritish i olumbia, will pa] ...,   B by-law.   Matiou sec-
ortirlul visit I
uwa are ieu.uestevl to     at       vld       Howson   The     c.ty  foreman
.a the I
me.
'lhe    ei, Ik    Will
rill    go
GUNS
AMMUNITION
The date ol Thanksgiving  will     be
fixed   tins  week.   Monday,   i let
Is i lie probable duy.
uu  Mo •
Johnson, Gran t Ma tbi   I.O.O.
tend.
you   require   is  a red   sweater,
pains and rubber soled shoes.
'   Swimming is becoming another toa
lure of the Association's activities.
If you want lo know how to swim,
just come lo tbc "V" and see the big
fish  swim.
Social   and   Knlertniniiirnt commit -
tee   will   meet  Tuesday   evening   next,
at  7:.HI' p.m.   in the reading  room.
I    Mr,  J,  M. Paterson, chairman     ot
the K.iiu'ationul department, will have
some interesting paragraphs in     the
next issue of tbo Mail-Herald.
A   meeting of those  interested     lu
the religious work of the association
Is called for seven o'clock next Tuesday.   The   men  are   tulklug  ol   having
a  Men'a Bible class.   Cau we   count
on   vou     ni    Our   Sunday  after -
' noon meetings will commence ou thc
met  Sunday of net..bei,  wo want to  |n  Crockery
make Ihem  n  attractive than ever
Come  to  the  meeting   n.-M      Tucsdav
With  your suggestions.
Mr. I luck is busy putting tbe light
! ing plant  in  good  shape  for the  win
t.i months.
! for to spend an enjoyable evening
leading, writing, playing checkers,
pool, billiards, bowling, swimming
and gymnastics, come to most up-to-
date, well lighted and .ongeninl place
in town, under clean management —
the Y.M.C.A. Privileges for one year
•>l'i.   Cine and examine [or yourself,
and get particulars at tho office, n
you have uny grievances, tell us, if
praise,  tell  others.
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kimls. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Heat Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
FOR RENT—Two furnished bed
rooms with use ,>[ 'phone In well
haled home. Suitable for- gentle
men.    Apply to liox l»7.
A clean up iii Crockery at Howson's
If   you  want a dinner set nt a  bar-
See
gain, go to Howson's furniture store.
Hip   Van   Winkle   nt   the       BmprOBS
Howson's   window   for   bargains   tins   evening.    A   well   staged   piny   of
world-wide fame,  donft inits  it.
Hevelstoke   theatre-goeis   will have
a treat at thc Empress theutrc. That
famous play  "Hip  Van  Winkle" will
:.e   pn seated
lis hii Ism (i.
OPERA HOUSE. TO-NIGHT. SEPT. 28
A High Class Attraction consisting of Juvenille Actors.    This is
something beyond tlie ordinary and consists of a magnificently
produced Comic Opera and a well slaged play.
Plan at McDonald's  Drug Store
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Shaving Strops
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'.OlDS   AND   COUGHS
hiinmer
Monrli!
129 Cmgli Remedy- 50c
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Sws THE REXALL STORE bews
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WE SPI I      I l/l     n  Mi
I  ite uits and Ovei
Drop In    ' ■    passing an I
.    ni tl Ious.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Rrform Clothing        SMson Hal*        Foot-Rite Shoes
wmmmmmmw I I    '
ASK FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED FOLDER
Showing the wonderful   development taking   place
in the "Oity of Certainties,"
REGINA, SASK.
lt gives a great deal of reliable information of Regina and shows thc exact
location of our New Subdivision there called
KENSINGTON
which is admitted hy those who know Retina to be one of the best investments in the west in Subdivision ldts. Come in and see actual photographs
of Regina's handsome buildings. Dollars invested now will double in a
year's time and yuu can buy now al the opening sale price
$150 AND $175 PER LOT
GOOD LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
Six-Roomed Modern House on Fourth  Street, only     $2,200
Six Roomed Modern House on Third Street, only        $2,000
Bight-Roomed Modern House on Second Street, only  $2,300
We have token over the agency of the AMERICAN CASUALTY CO., of
I„,,„„». and all policyholders uiil kindly take notice that future premiums
nr" payable to us.
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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