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Come to Kevelstoke Fall Fair, Oct. Sth, 9th, 10th
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HEVELSTOKE. B. C. OCT. 5, 1912
$2.:,0 Per Year
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
Airtight Heaters
Oak. Iron
Healers
Double Heaters
Eiectric Heat'rs
Stove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
Fall Fair an
Three
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Cotne win'" you can gel a k"1"1 selection.
Steel Ranges-$45 to S80.     Coal 8toves-$18.50 to £30.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.. LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
Hon. Price Ellison, Minister of Agriculture, to
Declare Exhibition Open Tuesday Next.—
Arrangements Completed for Biggest,
Brightest and Best Fair on Records-Hundreds of Visitors Coming to Celebrate the
Great Event at Revelstoke.
All preparation!) have boeu mado :or
the opening ol the Hevelstoke Fall
Kan- ou October Sth. Hun. Price
Kllisou, provincial minister ot agricul
turo will journey specially to thia city
from Victoria, lo perform the ceremony, and at 2 p.m. uu Monday next
the golden souvenir key will  be turu-
ontlroly Heparan hall, tbe old agrl -
cultural ball, will be devoted to the
Poultry und Pet Stock of thu fair,
where under the Immediate care and
management of the Rovelstoke Poultry and Pet Stock Association, will
be housed birds and Block entered in
the  various  competitions,  and   renrc-
etl  in  the lock  by our     distinguished  sentiiig the  pick     of  the pens ol the
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Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
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Ladies' and
Children's
visitor, thc wi.le entrance gutca will
swing open, and the public will be at
liberty lo enjoy all the fun and excite
ment of the Fair.
Visitors to the fair and exhibition
will have ample opportunity to enjoy lor themselves, tbe vastly improv
ti.i accommodations provided us compare.i .Mth the fairs of previous years
Tbe new, handsome exhibition hall,
recently erected aud furnished special
ly for exhibition and sightseeing purposes at a cost of $C,IMU, the extensive clearing and path making,
the added conveniences, all will
observed and critically Inspected, but
with the result that everyone will ap
prove the foresight und energy ilis-
played by the .Association Executive,
in thus providing for the comfort uud
convenience of exhibitors, and guests.
ATTRACTIONS.
Two streets have been cleared and
lai.l out for a unilway, and these will
be lined with side shows, merry-go-
rounds, booths, and all those other
varied attractions which go to making up the life and jollity of every
lair the world over. Uur old friends
the "fortune teller" "the nigger" aud
the "cocoa nut shy" will he located
there, aud the public will be given the
opportunity to exchange their mod -
est dimes, tor u glimpse at the bold
Egyptian dancers, the Japanese jugglers, uud the wonderful, wiggling
contortionist. The weather, judging
by the past few weeks, should be ideal lor picnicmg, and the natural
beauties of the fair grounds und thc
adjoining Columbia purk, should draw
a large numlier of citizens and tneir
fuunlies to the exhibition, for a whole
.lay. bappy outing.
THE EXHIBITION.
The exhibition side of the fair will
. aslly surpass the shows of previous
years. The displays ol farm and lield
produce, agricultural, horticultural,
and Industrial products, will till the
new molding to capacity,    and    one
principle breeders and fanciers of Alberta nnd British Oolumbia. The
judges In the various classes of exhib
its, appointed hy the Provincial government, will arrive here on Monday,
and the dillicult tusk of picking the
prize winners will be thoroughly uad
Impartially performed, in accordance
with the estublished rules, and best
traditions of tlie li. (.'. Agricultural
Association.
All visitors will lind among the var
led exhibits, something of interest,
uud ' and judging from the record of en-
l.e tries, tho displays ol Iruit, llowcrs,
und vegetables will be of such quality as to well repay the sightseer who
inspects same.
HORSE   RACEB.
The Association have been very sue
cessful in their endeavors to secure in
addition to the horses already ou the
track, three complete car loads ot
speedy animals now en route from the
cciilst to Alberta, and which will be
held over at Kevelstoke, to take part
in these racesf Every raco will be
blled up with entries, aud keen contests may be expected, the number of
horse owners who ha»e announced
their intention of having their colors
carried by picked speedy animals ut
theso races warrant the executive iu
making the uuuouuceineut, thut the
races for 1U12 will be the greatest
sporting tixturcs of thiB kind ever pul
led oil on any track in thc interior
ot British Columbiu. The fact that
the Pari Mutual will be used, is suf-
Bcent to guarantee all sportsmen a
square deal in their  ventures.
The weather looks promising for
three line days whicli is all that is
now needed to assure the complete
success of the Hevelstoke Pall Fan
for  1912.
Intending exhibitors please leave
your exhibits at the Oity Hull on
Monduy morning. They will be'safely
conveyed to the grounds aud well
looked after.
Order of Moose Organize
On Monday evening last, Lodge No.
1086, was formally organized In Rev
olstoko over 100 candidates being in-
.tinted. After the ceremonies pertain
ing to udmission to this great order
bad been observed, olllcers were elected for the ensuing year as follows:
Past Dictator—K. O. McRue.
Worthy Dictator—n. Lawrence.
Vice Dictator—A. Btone.
Prelate—A. Orant.
Secretary—E.  Edwards.
Treasurer—W. Stone.
Sergt. at Arms—10.  0. Foley.
Inner Guard—H. Humphreys.
(inter Guard—R. Oole.
Trustees—J. Dickson, E.E. Austin,
it. Laughton.
The charter will close on October
2(lth, pet your application in »ow.
Headquarters nt Watson Realty Co.
! ollice, J, 0, Monahan organizer.
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on goodi li . qnallt) name. Imagine tbe
comfort In using a McCUr) Stove, Simple to «nk easy
to clem, and economical  in Puel,
Sporting Goods
Rifles anil Shut Guns, single nnil double barrel, Winchester, Remington end Stevens, Repeating Shot Guns, shot,
Shells and (lertridges, (all csllhrei . Shooting Coats, Cartridge Belts, Gun Covers, (..nne Traps, all tlu
Groceries
Fresh Kippsred Herring jusi arrived, Fresh Fruit and
Vegetables, CoflVes, Teas, Hay, Flour and Poultrj supplies.
Crockery
flutter  Crocks,   Beau   l'i u
..;i si.. ■    Choii .'
China and 1 ■'
PLUMBING            HEATING
TINSMITHING
Special Attentli u .
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1 Ordei
Another Shipment just to hand
Mrs. A G, Crick, / First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL  BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its bright,
flavor snd (ragroncy. Sold in
lead packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
spicy
1  lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & RAKER
Phone No. 23
PIANOS-PLAYER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds oi
Small cTVlusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ive
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
TiuiuiniM, in.ii.i •. i.ur headquarters here.   Quick service.   Perfect Clean
mul Rtuottibl* Prices.   Give Ui i TiW.    "\\c Neva
A. Ci. TIIIAKISON,
Manager
ron TEACHERS
Tiie Minister of Education Says
That the Department Are
Anxious to Adopt Method
Victoria, Oct. 3—The minister of
education hus not yet received official
notification of thc resolutions pussod
ut the recent convention of school
trustees at Kamloaps, hut hus of
course read such uccountB ol the proceedings us appeared in the newspapers and has taken much Interest in
the  recommendations  made.
As to the complaint regarding the
school maps ul Uritish Columbia he-
iBg a little out of date, the minister
stutes thut this grievance is now in
process of hciui; remedied. Surveyor-
general Uawson bas been for some
time engaged on the latest surveys.
The map is expected to he ready ln
about a month and will be furnished
to the schools as soon as possible.
DIFFICULT I'KODLKM
As to the engaging of teachers, the
department of education is perfectly
willing und indeed very unxioiis to
act as it clearing house if only thc
trustees of country schools can be Indues! to muke use of it. Any school
wanting a teacher should make known
Its nee-la to thc department and
should also notify the department as
Boon as the vacancy has been filled.
The tirst part ol this arrangement is
now carried out fairly well, but trustees as a rule fail to send in any
nolice When a teocbei bai been engage.)  to llll  the vacancy.    The result
Ii that th. deportmenl is olteu not
able to give accurate Information to
teachers Mkhlg positions. The only
thing lelt for teachers to do Is to send
out several applications and if   they
get more than one favorable reply, tu
accept the oue that suits them best.
PHYSICAL TRAINING.
The question of physical training
has also received a considerable am -
ount of departmental uttcutiou and
good progress is being mude in this
direction.   Tbc department is working
Under the .Strathcona trust and an instructor in military drill is furnished
from Ottawa. Dy this means the
mule teachers are being truined in
summer cumps so that they cuu in
turn give instruction to the boys. Thc
department, however, appreciates the
fact that the majority of the teachers
iu training in the Vuncouver normul
schuol arc girls and something will
no douht bu done to extend the system of physical instruction among
them in the near future. A system of
Instruction during the summer mou-
tlio is already provided for girls ac.
tuully in thc teaching profession and
the minister hopes not only to continue this ulong the same lines hut
to develop it until thu need hus been
thoroughly   met.
Thc prises that am uttered are intrinsically valuable, and the Diploma given to all who complete the
Course Will confer a greut honor upon them; but the greatest prize of all
is the study itself; no words can overstate its value. All teachers of
hoys an.l girls, sny of fifteen years
and over should urge them to take up
this course.   Adult and   Intermediate
liible Class teachers will lind this (on
test to be a greut stimulus to their
work if they personally get behind lt
and set the example. Induce your
clusscs us such, to take up this course,
ol reading. Many pastors call attention to the t.P.B.Q, Club from tho
pulpit and urge their people to join
ami participate in its benefits. Wo
have no doubt that the pastors ol
Reveletoke will not be one whit behind those of othor towns. Wo have
reason to believe that parents aro cn-
cjuiug-ing their grown-up children tu
[ tube this course and urge upon all
parents to follow tbe good example.
T'imic ,a no entrance fee, and no expense whatever. All you need is the
I Mail llcruld ami your Bible.
.D.D.F. INITIATION
AND GRAND BANQUET
Provincial Grand Master Presides
at Most Succeesful Gathering of That Fraternal Order,
Selkirk Lodge, No. 12, I.O.O.F., had
the honor of welcoming the Grand
Muster of Dritish Oolumbia, Mr. W.
A. Uoyusou of Vancouver, on Thursday evening, Uct. 3rd, in their lodge
rooms In the Selkirk, Hull. Some SU
members of the order were present uu
this auspicious occasion, uud utter thu
initiation of candidates, ulld u few
well chosen remarks by the (Irani
Muster, uu udjouruuiuutit wus mude
to the lower bull, where a sumptuous
uanq.UOt was purtukeu of by the guest
ol  honor und brethren.
Aftei tbe party bud done amp.e justice to the good things provided, an
elaborate toast list was honored. After thc "King" hud been enthusiastically received, bumpers were tilled to
the "l.U.U.F." which is the strongest
Fraternal order numerically uud   Uu-
anciaily In the world, ubly responded
to Iiy ' Grand Muster Johnson. A
soug by Mr. Annan wus well received
when "Dlstriot .No. lu" was worthily
toasted, Mr. R. Squarebriggs respond
Ing in an eloquent manner, other
toast-, were:—"bister organisations,"
responded to by Past Grands Mathie
and Trimble; "our City," received
with ovutiou und responded to by
l'ost Grand R, Gordon, and Mr. A.B,
Kincaid; "The RebeO/as," Messrs. A.
G, Duck and Chus. North; "Our visitors," Past Grand Horobin und Mr.
Duckworth. Thc closing toust of tho
evening "Our Lodge." tumiltously received, and tittiugly responded to by
1'ust Gian.is Muthie and .Macdonald.
The Hevelstoke orchestra were in
charge of the musical arrangements,
und it was well on towards 2 a.m. be
fore the proceedings closod, after one
of the most enjoyable and successful
Iraternal evenings ever participated
In by the citizens of llovelstoko.
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BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St.. Kevelstoke.    Telephone No, 22
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CITY COUNCIL
The city council met in regular
meeting on Friday evening last. Mayor  Sutherland occupied  the chair.
Present Aldermen llowson, Barber,
MeKinnon, McSorley and llourne.
COMMUNICATIONS
A representative i.l the Cunadu Cc-
lUcul Co.. gave evidence as lo the
suitability oi concrete for roud and
Btreet surfacing.
SHWHSR8.
A sot of sewer cleaning tools were
ordered.
Moved by Aid. Howson, seconded Iiy
Aid. McKiuuou, that all persons
whose plumbing, etc., is in an insuni
i.n > condition and dungerous to
health, be instructed tu put same into shape or the premises be declared
until for habitation.—Carried unanimously.
TBNDBSRH,
City  Clerk  was instructed  io     call
for tenders for lnyiug  pipe for     uew
water main,  touders to close 12 noon
DISCO HATING.
Aid. McSorley—How about decorating uur city and the merchants putting out somo decorations (or tbene
conventions and fair. The citizens
might lie requested to clean up and
pui 00 a good front for this influx
of visitors,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McLauchlin, returned on Monday from a visit to the
fair nt Nelson and other points    in
j Southern Kootenay.
GIVE US THE ORDER
Green Tomatoes per lb.   3c
Pumpkin per lb.   l*c
Good firm onions per lb.   5c
White pifklinjr vinegar per gal. only 75c
, FRUITS A.RRING  DAILY
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. &3
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beet Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Hevelstoke Meat Market, ltd.
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IClcav Society JBranb Clotbea
Zo tbe fair fl yt UVeh
They are the most modern n
to-wear clothes made. The advantages of buyinjr clothes of this I .iini
are many; yoi can Bee NOW how
you are going to look. You know
IN ADVANCE what you are
to K0t.
SOCIETY BRAND  CLOTHES are
finely and substantial!) tailored.
They   are   b,'i!t   to   v.
to satisfy.
flfoclflac
Mercantile Co., TLto.
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ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
J*. GrTJ~¥T BABBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR!
II SATURO \'.      CTOBHJH 6,  lSl4,
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SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 5, 1912.
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COAL   COAL   COAL
Winter will booh be here and we aro fully pre-
I to supply your requitemenes with any
kind of coal.   Give your order early.
BANKHEAD ( OAL
Broken $10.50 per ton
Egg 10.60 per ton
Sto e 10.50 per ton
Briquettes 8.75 per ton
LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL SOFT COAL
A good clean burning coal      '.1.5(1 per ton
Wellingcon Soft ' oal 11.00 per ton
BE SURE AND ORDER EARLY
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BATOItOAY  AT
BBVaUaSTOSI.   B.   C.
anterior ipuiutsLinm Company
Limited
J.  K. JOHNSON,  Munagor.
RAI.ru O,  BCRTJTON,  Bditor.
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 5,  1912.
The gym classes ure in full swing.
Bverything is going nicely. TIiokc
who attend thtue classes go bome mit
^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^        islied,  uud feeling lit lor u ^uud days
It  is only three days more till the J worJc<   Tnf) toUow!n« is the schedule:
will   open.   The various     Juniors, l—Tuesdays and Thursdays
iupportod ably  by     the,4:30 to 5;U0 p.m.; Saturdays, 9:30 tu
gross, per Chairman ol committee,W,
M,  Lawrence,
Tlir (ollowing wero bnllotted upon
and unanimously elected to member-
(hip S. O, ItoliliillH, I,. Muss.ui. w.
II.  Wallaco, J.B.B. Dickson.
Meeting adjourned nt 10 p.m.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
i tury ol ihe Agricultural Society
Mr, T   E, l.. Taylor, hnve been work
overtime, wblle President A. Mc-
has  been keeping ,i careful over-
.   ■ o  that  ■■.•'■   on.   With these
.: .i  ol i Ials al led  uj   tl"1 best busi-
■--  beads  Kevelstoke can     produce,
la i ..! 1912 promii es to be a
. iki ■.   it la up to every per
.-, Revelstoke worthy ot the term
:■■  be  presenl  on  this occasion,
an : thus bj  bis presenci   and general
11:30 a.m.
.Illinois, J—Mondays, Wednesdays,
Fridays, 4.30 to H.iiop.m.
Intermediates— Tuesdays, Fridays,
7j:;u to 9:80 p.m,
Seniors—Mondayi   und    Thursdays,
8 to io p.m.
tins.ness     Men—Tuesdays and  Pri
days.   Ill to 12 a.m.
Busy Min—Mondays und Thursdays
7 to 8 p.m.
.Senior  Leaders—Wednesdays,  7    to
9 p.m,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Junior   leaders—Suturduys,  2:'li) tu
will   help to make tins import- ^ j(i ,,.m.
ant .vein tbe great  success which it     Ululluu(i Men-Bvery afternoon from
""*  to '*■'• 2 tu 2:'M.
The weathei clerk appears to be tav |    Bagkot  baU  ,„..„.,„.,. -Wednesdays !
.-.,.        Irom present  indications aud  tu 1() f) m_
K      he   holds  uut  t.ll   niter   the   10th, [
lith Annual Revelstoke full Fair |
■■I. t.. history us a record'
breaker Ioi  the Kootenays.
That Iuto Drive
rs to o ir glorious West sonie-
tiirls—Baturdays, 3:30 to ."> p.m.
The physical Direotor has introduced  music  into  the junior au.l   Lntei
me hate classes, and coupled  With the
system ol uselng leaders maker, the
dussua mure interesting, and at the
sume time gives everybody an opportunity tu develop quicker.
Uuys' llihle Class—Tin- class will
start in on Sunday. Uct. Uth, al 10
o'clock, uud is open to all boj • In
the city, whether u V.M.C.A. membvi
or not. A good line >.: studt
been secured and all boys are invited
to   nt mu i this .... b,   n b cb  is dlsmis
sol   In   plenty   of   time  for  CU U
\ taitors    Da)   The    parents    :  ths
boys ..iimu ling bj
ed tu     v.s.t  the     gyn
[dents ol B.C., of bottle in the.r praises of
...     pn mter Province,  but   the
cannol   ovei   ,>t.in
ate ... it is actus -  done In ihu
ng this portion ul the
. most auy por
nu al.selico
.  tout  years      will lurnish
ren t it ai dent he
ll.t'.. a ser-
mrprlses at
ettei .vli.ch
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table resldi atiul   mi u Interesti I in H
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- -'ies.
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.    I extending
•    orty-flw miles from the Capital  ".pe~tlOD,_. ^** ."" ;lt on
to, an.l Iuu: the rare honor of having
studied  with   .lean  de   He'/.ke  iu   Paris,
Harold Rttssiick is anothei- new a.l
dli ion m i lie . ual ..( principals, He
i.s a  1.on.Iou  hai it..iim.
Anothor new feature will be the
spec illj pn nted iei noi y by the Bel
enn, iconic art Isl, Paul Hentor,   who
METHODIST CHURCH.
Hev. il.  J.  Mclntyre, pastor.    Sor
vices on Sunday at n a.m, and 7:110
p.m.; Sunday school and Young Peo-
(g^f"<Z?f^g)
spent, last winter inSoutherii Plues.N. ple'a llihle classes at 2:80 p.m.; Wed-
i'., whom Churlos I'icuui't ownes and nesday at 8 p.m., Bpworth Leogue
operates an  extonslvo chicken  rarm. | meeting; Friday ovenlng, Junior and
Mr, lIcni.T took a liking to Oharles
otherwise no amount ol money would
have in.Iim ed i i. noted painter to unpack his magic brushes, Inasmuch as
he  had   cone   South   to  rest  up      and
—forgot, it is a pity we cannot
know the details of his romantic
exile.
\ good deal is claimed for Sl.i'nrim'
music, This young composer and conductor Is widely known in New York
and Vienna, and has dropped the bit
ton lor the pen (or the next few yearn
Ills music,  while popular,  is full      of
haunting Duanaes tbat never fall to
impress.
Iloth Miss Hush and Mr. PlCquot return, after ., well earned vacation full
iif bright oyo enthusiasm, All in all,
the new and enlarged "Managing Mil
drod" promises much, and, apparently, will do more than that.    At the
At   the   Elmpresi   theatre  on   Monday,
October 7th.
New Orange Lodge Instituted
On Tuesday evening, Messrs. Thos.
Steed, Uev. R, J. Mclntyre, J. II.
Armstrong, OhaB.  P,  Lindmark,  ('has
Tourner, T. Woodland and A. Johnson, visited Comaplix to aSBist the
Provincial Organizer of the orange
Association of Uriiisb Columbia, Mr.
J. W. Whiteley, to Institute a lodrje
of the order for tho Upper Arrow
lakes  diBtrict.
The new lodge was duly organised
during the evening with 2~, members,
IS ol whom were new members, while
six were old members ol tbe order iiv
ing In th. district. After some dis-
CUSBlon an.l a vote mkeii it was dc-
Clded that Arrowheud would he thc
most central location for the lodge.
The new lod^c will he known as Arrow Lakes Lodge, lulling the evening addresses were delivered by'jj
Bros, Whiteley, landmark, Mclntyre
and Armstrong. Tbe visitors were
well entertained hy the new lodge
members and at midnight a lunch was
BOTVed by tbc local friends.
Tho following is the list ut the lirst
olllcers of the Arrow Lukca L.O.L.
Ralph Simpson—W. M.
ii. s. smith—D. M.
Sidney  Uur.I—Chaplain.
Win. Oilchrlst—R.S. umi F.S.
Gordon Butherland—Treasurer,
S. Irwin -Lecturer.
1). II. Krnser—D. of 0,
i-t Committeeman—D,  Calder; -nd
K. Kriekson; 3rd, N. Montgomery; 4th
.i   Beianson; Sth, T. li. Cook.
Senior choir practice, A cordial welcome awaitB tlie public at all thimc
services,
PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH
Ilev. J. "«V. Stevenson, minister
liegular Bervlces on Sunday at 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
and adult Bible classes at 2:110 p.m.
Mid-week prayer mooting on Wednesday at s p.m. Hearty congregational Singing and speeial music hy the
choir. Strangers and visitors are invited lo tbe services,
HT.   PBTBR'B CHURCH.
Holy Communion every Sunday
morning at 8 a.m., and after morning prayer on the lirst Sunday ln
each  Month.
Rov. C. A. Procunler, rector. Matins at 11 a.m. and Kvensong at 7:30
p.m., every Sunday. Litany on the
Second Sunday, and the Ante-Corn-
munlon on tbe Third Sunday alter
Matins, Sunday school overy Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Choir praclico on
Fridays at 8  p.m.
CATHOLIC  CHURCH.
St. Francis ol Assisll Catholic
church, corner of Fifth street and
McKenzie avenue.
Services—On all Sundays, except
the fourth o[ each month. Low muss
with Communion of the Faithful at
S a.m. High Mass at 10:30 a. m.,
Christ ian Doctrine for children at
2:30 p.m. RoBary with Bendiction of
The Blessed Sacrament 7.30 p.m.
On week days—Holy Muss every
morning at 7:30. Confessions are
heard every evening after 7:30 and
in the mornings before Mass.
J. C.  McKenzie, P. P.
BAPTIST  CHURCH.
One hlock weBt of McKenzie avenue
on Second Btreet. Rev. li. J. Chuve,
A., pastor. Sunday Bervlces at
11a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunduy school
and adult Bible classes at 2:30 p.m.;
Monduy at 8 p.m., Young People's
Meeting; Wednesday at 8 p.m., church
Pruyer Meeting. A cordial invitation
I extended to all services. Strangers
made welcome.
New Time Table
Public Schools Attendance
The
attendance     at     the    public
for September was as follows
On Juno 2nd, a new C.P.R. time
table came into etlcct for tho ium -
mer, changing tbe hours of arrival
and departure ol the trains, wblcb
are as follows:
WEST  BOUND.
No.                   Arrive                   Leave
3    5:56    11.15
...16:35
...16:40
..15:55
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MONDAY OCTOBER 7th
The   Sparkling   Musical   Comedy
MANAGING MILD
BETTER  THAN   EVER
Prices 50c. 75c. and $1.00
Reserved Seats on Sale at McDonald's Drug Store.
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The Gladstone Sisters
OCT. 3 9 10 11 & 12
ALL NEW ACTS
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY
Prices 15c. and 25c,
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OPENING  WITH
A Side-Splitting Comedy
Dress Making
A. B. S. Tailoring St
ALL NEW SCENERY
l. TRKATMBN1
Mrs    I. .   I.,   ol   Ul
i .wm..   Im ,vhh  advitis
Iimi I'l.ysi. , in to try Ur. MarU"M'fl fe
male I'llls, she did so with wonderful
results, Thousands ol others would
nav tbe ih. Id yearn tho standard
at yo'ir Druggist.
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All or let3 foi ■■ m^
promplly    nnil   .ski I Iui!
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Catherine Goodwin
Box 26        -       Revelstoke, H. O
SPECIAL MUSIC BY THE
Royal Huo^fiuti String Quartette
Admission,     -    25c 50c and 75c.
Seats on Sale at Macdonald's Drug Store
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•     |M HATUItDAY,  OCTOliEtt 5,  1912
thce ]vc^.ir,-JE3:3±lrt^.rJr).«-RE! v-ieiLiSToiK: ei
.- ■'.! i RDAY,  OCTOBBfl
laia.
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ol tlio Dominion
in Munltoliu, Saskatchewan aud Al
bertu, tliu Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories aud in a portion ol the Province ol Dritish Col-
umliia, may be leased lor a term oi
tweuty-oue years at an annual rental ol .1 au acre. Not moro than
2,501) acres will  he leased  to ono ap
plicant,
Application for loaso must bo made
hy the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent ol tlio district
iu which the rights applied lor aro
situated.
In surveyed territory tho land must
be described by eections, or legal
Bub-divisiotii ol sections, and iu uu-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall bo staked out by tho up -
plicant  himself.
Kach appllcart m'lit lie accompanied by a lee ol $6 which will be refunded If the rights applied for are
not available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid "ti tbe merchantable ont|.at nl tho tuiue at tho
rate of  five cents per ton.
The perBon operating the mine shall
furnish the Ageut with sworn retuniB
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined aud pay tlie
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns Bhould be furnished at leasl
ouce a year.
The lease will Include the coal niia-
ing rights only, but the lessee may
lie pormitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary tor the working ol
the mine at the rate of 110.00 au
acre.
For full Information application
should be mude to tho Secretary of
the Department ol tho Interior, Ot
tawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Ageut
of  Dominion  Lands.
Vi. Vi. CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior
N.B.—Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not tit paid
for.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Laud District.
District  ol  West Kooteuuy.
Take nonce that I, Michael Grady,
of St. Leou, B.C., occupation, Li tei
keeper, intends to apply for permis -
sion to purchuse the [ollowing described  lands.
Commencing at a post planted ut
the North West Corner of Lot 113a,
tbence cast 2D chains, thenco north
40 chaius, thence east 10 chains,
thence north ti) chaius, thence west
to bank of Halfway Creek, thenco following bank south to point of -om-
uiencement, containing 160 acreB,
more or less.
Dated August 3rd,  1912.
MICHAEL  GRaDY.
NOTICK
Hevelstoke Laud District.
Diutrict ol West Kootenay.
Take notico that William Henry
Wilcox, of Hevelstoke, B.C., occupation, Prospector, intends to apply
tor permission to purchase tho iollow
in,: described lauds:
Commencing at a post plauted ou
tho West bauk ol tho Columbiu river
about 40 chaius below Seymour Creek
theuco west 10 chaius, thenee south
■10 chuius, theuco east 40 cbuins more
or less to Columbiu river, theuce
lollowing tho Columbia river north
to point of mi iiiiiii'!. .', ■ in,'in , and contuining 100 ucres, more cr less
Dated August bill,  llllll.
WILLIAM   UENHV   WIIOOX,
Applicant.
Andrew Kitson,  Ageut.
1st  issuo Aug.  31st
NOTICK
Revelstoke Luud District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Tuke notico thut I, Johu Albert
Langs, oi London, Kngland, occupation, Traveller, inteuus to upply ior
permission to purchase the lollo.viug
described  laud:
Commencing at a post planted by
North Kast Corner of Lot 1 lout, on
tho Upper Arrow Lake, aud (milked
"d.A.L.S.K. Coruer," thenee north
IU chains along the shore oi Al low
Luke, thenco west 20 ehuins, thru'.e
south 40 chuius, ihence eust 'I'l chulUB
to point ol commencement, coutu.n -
iug Ml ucres, more or loss.
Dated l'Jth September, 1912.
JOHN  ALBKRT LA.Vil'l,
Per Fredrick W. Terry, Agent.
1st  issue Sopt. 28th
WATER  NOTICK.
For a Licenso to Tuke uud Use Water
Notico is hereby given thut the
Cuuadiaii I'acilic Railway Compauy
will apply tor a license to tuke aud
Use Fifty .Miners Inches of water out
ol a small Creek, which II ,WS ,u u
northerly direction and empties into
lllecillewaet River near Twin Duttc.
I'he water will be taken ut Twin
Butte and will be used for railway
aad domestic purposes ou the laud
described as C.P.R. Company's right
of way.
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 2Sth day ol August,
11112. The application will be liled iu
the otlice ol tbo Wuter Recorder at
Revelstoke,  D.C.
Objection may be tiled with tbe said
Water   Recorder  or   with  the  Comp -
troller of Water Rights,     Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Canadian   Pacific   Ruilwuy   Coinpuny,
Applicant,
K.  Vi. llateuian,  Local Right of
Way Agent,  Vancouver, 11. 0,
First  issue August  31st.
NOTICK
Revelstoke  Land Distr ct.
District  ol West Kootenay.
. ...e ,...i.it i-ui i u».'ii Boyec , I
Greenwood, B.C., occupation, hotel
proprietor, intend to npply or permission to purchuse thc following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted ut
the North West Corner, being ten
chaius eust of the South West i nicer of Timber Limit No. 31233, U.i nee
east 40 chains, theuce south 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, thence north
40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated 2«h June, 1912.
OWEN BOYKS.
George Bouchard, Agent.
NOTICK.
Revelstoko Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tuke uotice that Johu R. West, ol
Revelstoke, B.C., occupation, Saddler
iuteuds to upply for permission to
purchase tho lollowiug described
lands:
Commencing ut a post plunted on
tho West buuk of tho Columbia river
ubout 40 chuius below Seymour Creok
theuce west 40 chuius, theuce north
40 ehuins, thenco oust 40 chaius more
or leas to the Columbia river, thence
following the bunk of thc Columbiu
river south to poiut of commencement
und contuining liiO ucres, more or
less.
Dated  August 3th,  1912.
JOHN R. WEST, Applicant.
Andrew Kitson, Agent
1st issue Aug.  3ist.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1, Klizabeth 11,m
nab, of Hosslaad, B. C, occupation,
married woman, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase tbe following
described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted
about 30 Mim.ii, north of the North
West Coruer of Lot D402, thence b()
chains south, ihence 30 chaius .east,
thence mj chains uorth, ihence 30
chains went to point of commenoe -
ment and containing 240 acres, more
or less.
Dated April 26th, 1912.
KLIZABKTH, HANNAH,
Ptr  John W. Hannah, Agent.
First issue Aug. 14.
NOTICK.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol Wesl Kooteuay.
Take uotice that 1, William Bilfoi,
of Spokune, Wash., occupation Meat-
cutter, iatends to apply for permit -
sion to purchase tho lollowiug described lauds:
Commeuciug at u post planted
ahout 40 chuius eust of the South
west Cornor of Lot . i.i'J and southeast cornur ol Lot 108.1l., thence Houth
i i chains, west 10 chaius, north 40
chains und east 10 chains to poiut
of commencement, aud containing 1C0
acres, moro or less.
Duted August 20th, 1912,
william Huron,
James fisher, Agtnt.
Jsi Issue Bept. 11
NOTICK
Revelstoko Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Marshall Derrah,
of itevelstoke, B.C., occupatiou, Logger, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lauds:
Commencing at a post planted on
the Kast bank of the Columbiu river
about one uud a half miles below
Rocky Point and ubout two miles
above Peterson's rauch, theuce 40
chains north, thence 40 chaius west,
thence 40 chains more or less soutb
to the Columbia river, thenee follow-
n, tbe bank of Columbia river to
point of commencement, containing
li.ii ucres, more or less.
Dated August Sth,  1912.
MARSHALL DKRRAH, Applicant.
Andrew   Kitson,  Agent.
1st issue Aug.  31st.
NOTICK
Itevelstoke Luud District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Tuke notico that 1, Ktuel Verona
Boyd, of Halcyon, B.C., I'CO'iputlOU,
Married Woman, iuteuds U al'P'y tot
permission to purchase the lollowing
described land:
Commencing ut a post plauted uu
chainB iu a westerly direction fiom
the South Eust Corner of Lot 7S72,
Croup 1, thence 4U eum.lS boulii,
thenee 40 cbuins west to lake shore,
thenee 40 chaius north, theuco 40
chuius east tr . oint of commence -
ment, contuiuiu^ 1GU acris more .r
less.
Hated September 21th, 1912.
ETHEL   VERONA   lo.lli.
Per Wm.  Boyd,  Agtit.
1st issuo Sept. 28th
NOTICK
Revelstoko Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take uotice that I, William Boyd,
of Halcyon, B.C., occupation. Hotel
Keeper, intends to apply for j.e: mission to purchase the [ollowing dt.--nib
ed land:
Commencing at a Post planted at
the North West Corner of Lot 100,
Croup 1; theuce north !>0 chains lollowing luke shore, thence cast 40
chains, thence south 80 chains, ihence
west 40 chains to point of commmce-
ment.
Dated  September 24th, 1912.
1st  issue  Sept. 28 Wm. BOYD.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Tuke nolice that I, Luua A. Blon
din, of Halcyon, B. C, occupation
Married Womun, iuteuds to apply (or
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing ut a post plunted en
the South houudary of and 00 chaius
West from tbo South Kast Coruer of
Lot 7872, Uroup One, Kootenuy DiBtrict, uud marked "Luua A. Uloudin's
North-West Coruer Post"; theuce
south 20 chaius, tbence eust 40
chuius, thence north 20 chuius to said
south bouudury ol said Lot 7872,
theuco west ulong said bouudury 4u
chuius more orlesu to the poiut of
commencement continuing 80 acres
more or loss.
Duted September 23rd, 1912,
LANA Ai.  BLONDLN,
Per A.  S.  Blondiu,  Agent.
1st   u.Mie  Sept.  20.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kooteniy.
Take notice that I, Jean ilatUj S.
Blondin, of Montreal, Que., occipa-
tion Merchant, intends lo apply foi
permission to purchase the fo... w.ug
described l..n !• .
Commencing at post plan tei 40
chains south from a point in the
South boundary of Lot 7872, Group
One, Kootenuy District, which is distant from the South East Corner of
said Lot 7872 CO chains, and marked
"Jean Batise S. Blondin's North-
Eust Corner Post"; thence south 60
chains, thence west 20 chains, thence
north 60 chains, thence east 20 chains
to the point of commencement, containing 120 acres more or less.
Dated September 23rd,  1912.
JEAN  BATISE  Blondin,
Agent.
1st  i-sue  Sept.  25th
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Adelard S.
Blondin, of Halcyon, B. C, occupa -
tion Shipwlght, intends to apply for
permission to purchase thc lollowing
described lunds:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chnins south of a point ln thc South
boundary of Lot 7S72, Group One,
Kootenuy Di trict, which point Is
distant 40 chains West from tbe
South East Corner of said Lot 7s72,
and marked "Adelard S. Blondin's
North-East Corner Post"; thence
south 40 chuius, thence west 20 chains
t hemic uorth 40 chains, thence east 20
chnlu- to thc point of commencement
containing SO acres more or Icbb.
Datod  the 23rd   September,  1912.
ADELARD  S.  BLONDIN.
Agent
lit issue Sept. fttb
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.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 scree or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent
Box 616 Arrowhead
Luml)
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town.    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before|l nying yonr outfit of workinK clothes
for the'bunh. I nuke a
tpecielty of I^KKinK
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirte
Blankets snd everything
required in vonr business.
Hi,      W     '■-
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The GURNEY-OXFORD
is   an  efficient   RANGE
A business is kept up-to-date because it means a
difference between profit and loss. The successful
business uses such modern time-and-Iabor-savers as
typewriters, adding machines and electricity. Woman's
work in the home is also a matter of profit and loss.
If she has improved and modern tools, she gains time
and leisure and better results. If she has old-fashioned
ideas to contend with, she loses energy and effort
and peace of mind
The Gurney-Economizer is the greatest single
improvement ever devised to simplify cooking. It
regulates the fire and heat of the oven with one
direct motion. The heat of the fire is distributed by
a scientific arrangement of flues that keeps the oven
uniformly heated. The grates hold the fire on the
least possible surface,
The Gurney-Oxford Range is a most efficient
piece of household furniture. It puts the kitchen on
the same labor-saving, up-to-date basis as a successful
business.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Encourage Agriculture
All of tbo provinces have now sign-
mI agreements witb the Dominion gov
eminent by which tbey wlll reeetve
the siii.si,ly voted last Besslon by parliament. When the new admlnlBtra-
imn crime Into otlice n was felt that
,i broad policy for the betterment of
agriculture in Canada through co-op-
eratlon with the provincial govern
ments should he adopted, It was lelt
thai nothing In this direction could
im properly dono until a general survey of the agricultural conditions in
Uanada bad hecn made.
To make tbis survey uud to report
mi a general policy, C. C. James, formerly deputy minister ol agriculture
im Ontario, a muu ot undoubted
standing In the agricultural world and
with a deep knowledge and experience
which peculiarly tits bun for such
work, was appointed commissioner,
Hu is at present engaged on preparing h.s report, and it will he ready
hy the opening of parliament,
IMMEDIATE  ASSlSTASi'K
However as  Mr.  Jumes'  report  was
not ready last session,  it was decided
to give immediate asslstanceto ugn-
culturn hy voting the sum ol Siuo.UOO
to tins pause hy way of a grant to
lhe provincial governments on a Populai am basis, The grant was tq be
expended lor the cause of agriculture
according to a plan approved by the
MinlBter of Agriculture,. New Brunswick was the lirst province to fall in
line, they have all heartily followed
and taken up the plan with enthusiasm.
EGG LAYING
CONTEST
TllK  DISTRIBUTION.
The following table sh
I1VS   111
w much
eaeh  province reccives:-
Ontario   	
...U76
733.32
Quebec 	
... KM,482.40
Nova  Scotia  	
...   HI
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New Brunswick 	
...   24
609.93
Prince Edward island
6
i29.SC
British   Columbia   	
...   27
3S4.T6
Manitoba 	
730.0f>
Saskatchewan   	
...   34.
29C.29
Alberta 	
...   2C,iiH4.95
Full supply of Bankhead coal now
in. Advance orders being tuken. Delivery guaranteed. Uevelstoke General   Agencies,   Limited.
eaxi * w
andb^er bread"
PUR .tV FLOUR
For Sale by A. Hobson, Grocer and Baker
Miss Felton as "Nell Gwynne'
Opera House, week commencing Monday Night
Write for the " Concrete Book"
j\ Canada, when tha winters are long and coM. houteamutt Im mild ana nibttaatJaJ    No ".   . ■
ucli .i tliitlnguiiti ( .tiiiiiitn.i hung \hm , can hr permitted.     Canadian homei ihould t>e bull, to defi
cold, t" keep warm Imide when It1  thirty below oui doors.
JT .*< hecauie Concrete, oi .ill material!, best withstands wind, water snd cold, that it is fc»t
Canadian Itome-buildera.    Concrete housri are warm In winter, requiring less coal tor heatlnt
nimtni i      \ < oncreic I te never needs repairs ; because, Instead oi decaying, it a- •
time and exposure to ihr elements,
IfERY attractive architectural effects may be obtained with Concrete, especially to! housesta the
the rough concrete surface harmonise  with it» surrounding,
S|\'< I ii new requite*: fp.-nM, ilir first
UiK> »( * cotltirlr rr,|,|-ni f || its. Im:
toil . find it i» i lirnprr. («»r Ilim rr.it*.n,
tlmn •ny other km-! uf home.
NOT only Is Concrete tha b«t mnifrinl
(or liuuar-builtliitg.     It mny alW I--
Uttd in NCOrm u( nlln-t wt\v» ■(■■mi'l the
MOM ■nd on il.» turn, rnr *«< l< M
IbWt pbrpoM-a rt ii tlie brat mati-rial
known.
IF yort haven't in*eatiir.Hfd the uec of
Concrete Arouod tbe borne and on tbo
(arm. wn'e now (nr our (tee bo*>lt. whitb
IrlW alt about (be nnl in* and t larmg of
Conctel*, ar.d ife»rfibe« 1 umber's* f prat-
Heal nets for n   )u«t *ay " ftn
b<«>k *' in a letter or on I |u»i > a d. ar d
tbe book will be tent rou abaoluteiy
her
pub.iAe?,,';,M.n.fer CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED
507  Ha.aM  Ru.ldiM
MONIREAL
ll'htn buying Cement, t.c litre t.i
x, i "Canada t intent." Set that tverf
ling and barrel bears thii label. Then
you will te tur. <tf tatisfaclioa.
Wi havo a frrf Information
Department that miii aniwtr .ti.
ytmr fmnlitni .titling to Cement,
KitK.ul coil or tbligali.n.
International Egg Laying Oontost,
he] : undei the Joint auspices ol tlio
Bi tl I. Columbia Poultry Assoola -
tion, Vancouver Exhibition Board and
the Provincial Qovernment. Total
■ laid up tn end uf Eleventh mon-
th, September 20th, 1912!
r :.  \■.,.     Class 1. Eggs Laid
I 2 —White   U'gborna     920
i    White Legborns  838
13   White Leghorns  755
White Legborns  718
White Leghorns 704
18—White Legborns  701
1 —White Leghorns  C89
_m   white Leghorns  i<76
7 —wintc Legborns  671
i     White Leghorn!  M3
23—White Leghorns  046
12—White Legborns  632
White Legborns  626
j:   Bufl Legborns  612
s —White Legborns  591
21     Kucunub   531
i -Wh.te Leghorns  520
i.    Brown Leghorns  5'jO
16—White Legborns  496
13—White Leghorns  495
ISmWhite Legborns  428
ii   White Leghorns  417
17—White Legborns  405
Pen No.     Cl t!! 11. Kgga Lui.l
.:..   Rhode   bland  Reds  782
18   White Wyandottes  771
31—Rhode Island Hed«  695
I2i,—Iln ire, I   Rocks  687
137—Barred Ituckti  670
'34—White Wyandottes  656
.'.;: -Klu,,1m island He.is  619
I 39—Bufl  Orpingtons   572
36—Barred Rocks  555
2'-   llut!  Rock!    511
I 30—White   Wyand.it ies    518
125—Bull Orpingtons  515
Partridge   Wyandottes    478
-■•   Columbian  Wyandottes   414
27—Silver Pencilled Wyandottes...,..408
40—Silver Laced Wyandottes  102
Average price of eggf, JOc. per doz.
Pen temperatures, highest 99 deg.;
lowest, 12 deg.; average mean 66.1,
(these are shade temperatures), l'.ain
fell on seven days; the rent ut tbo
muntli was tine and fair.
I (ill tbe -'1st, the minimum temperature recorded was ,',i, deg., and tho
highest i i deg. Very little diatJCb-
ance occurred during tbe moth ,'rotn
land clearing operations, and, .:« a
tne very gixxl laying rjoorjs
wers made. These were all the mi ro
creditable Irum the fact that most ot
tbe iiens bave been In various stagea
ol  moulting during the mouth.
In Class 1, iimte a (ew jnanr.es in
position iii. to be noted. I'euB lJ still
climbing, und Pen 10 comes into the winning class. Krom present
appearances, the fourth place can easily be captured hy either Pens 10, 14
or lv Although maKiii gsplenuid efforts during tbe past three n'out.is,
Pen 7 will hardly get .nto fourth to-
sition, although at their rate of production. ,t might he pot-'silile for ibum
to still climb higher during tre concluding  month.
Th? lollowing are the h.gh scorssers
.n   Class I.
Pens: -i (US eggs); 18, llll); 19,
(11 i); 2n, (93); 9, (87);
Moulting—Pens l, 3. i. 5, 6, s, ), U
12.   IS,  H, 15, It, 17,   20, and 23.
In t'lasa 11 the battle royal .--till
between Pens 33 an I IS. Tins
month the latter haw to take Becond
; .te the (act chat the l.eds
hau three broodies removed di.i.ng
the mouth, and thc "Uots" only ens
Neither oi the two pens have yet commenced to u.ou.t. Pen 2u shortened
the d.stance between themselves und
l'en 31, and may yet ..jsi them 'rem
the third position.
The following     pens    d.ci.ngtnshcd
themselves  during  the  paJt  iuon.li:—
Pen 83  (95 eugs.', 37  i9uj; 2u (83); 25,
-     ■    each); 36 ,79); 29 30 li) each).
Moulting—Pens 2s, 3u, il, lit 3i. 39
llrood.es—25 il birds); 2.', fi); 27
.1 M (1); 2) {ny, 3u ,oj; ti (5;. 32
,3); 33 l»); 31 il); 35 i2!;3C37, 38 \l
each); is (J).
Pen io, which at the coninmcoinent
t. . '. lii. t pla e ioi four months,   has
no*  superseded l'en 27 at the bottom
: Um list.
i tic question o! Holding another
contest has nut /et btan dee.ued by,
the Provincial (ovsrninavnt, uut should
■ M he held, it ll proposed tu publish peu owuern' names cionthly, ihru,
it   tbe roBtest.
Not Much Peace
The s.tl.ug at Ucne.u of  the luter-
naUonal Psacs Conlarenct, the    despatches say,   Aas marked  by.     gieat
t .ii.j,L  and  display  ol   temper,     aud
UN   ol   the   augiy   demonstration,
one  speaks)   was  Compelled   lo    leave
ihe   plaUoin.     Perhaps  peace cougreta
• i.eu they  meet  would do well to
-,;.u  pioceediugs   i,y   establishing    a
hoard ol arbitration to which dispu-
lauts wight submit their ditlciUaCalS
as to what was the best way. ol pio-
u.Td.ug, to end .mc national strife.
The pioueuess io tight shown hy some
ol tbe delegutes better bvhts a lot of
swash-buckling Soldiers ol fortune
than the beneli' larn.s of Andrew Carnegie s {foundation Millions.— Van •
couvsr Sun.
Make out your order lor your Winter's supply of coal. We have thf
goods on hand aod will deliver at
your own convenience if you send ln
your order early. Kevelstoke General
Agencies, Llmitsd, \ i      CTOBBR B,  I'M-'
TITE ^A.TTj-IEnBlttA.Tj'tt,   KTiiTrEiLSl'O'KltL!
Big Ore Production
Sel i lei    l -Two  pi .'im i
i. ■      ■:  Boundarj
. .    theli   Bn I  Bhlpmonta ol
■   .:   ,.,-t     week,   They  were the
a   Paulson,
(Valla
old
il        IS
mer.
II..,'. >   . :       ■        continued      from
■ . . li   .
■ i    ■  i -.   thi      Rtchmon I
Ruth   34   tons,
itrates,
0 tons,   which     is
i    I put    of       the
n.ll'MJI
■    •■        '  i.ms.
SMELTER   Ul 3Y.
; ,,i  tho
 I,     al'..   a
11 I: IS I Mill
Cl   I]
Uioul
ekl) Iled     at
•   :.    ■ have
m Ij     tbc
La.il)   ' it  two .iini
.■  ,rs.
the
'.     Mothi '   Lodt     ni.ne
i' aud
■  ..    having     been
■     nd A igui I.     Mining
irges  average     about
.'   values     ars
A    8  I'M, ML'     o'
per cent        ' ies ie being
' c:. 1,
WEEK .-'   PRODi ( TION.
■  i tenay and
tailed
Por the year  to   dato
1,817,618 ti
D   lets I   was
,rth  product   ra
.    .:.   79,93d   tons.
roduetlon      w, ek,     1,372
-   ■  ti i.:'.
ion— Week,   1,681
■ .us.
Boui roducl   .ti—Week,   13,310;
.     i i ■ •   ." ■! i
■ pal •   ■'     !■ CelptS,
B          •'•   ■ .    5,743   tons:     year,
I   '
..i Copper company's
.   It.   C,      Week,
383  tons.
■        i Irand
v.,   ... 25,681   tons; year
tons.
,     iiiia.ia.a.n.1   .im.     mi i ., ■■ , n.i an.     J «aa.a,a...a.a.. a..i.n»a.ia.——■ » .a .aaiaaiaa
.arTM'laaSBl^P.-'WraBaaaYATlia^aKwva^^aatja^^
Howscn & Co.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER B, 1912.
k
' FULL  LINE  OF  GENT'S   SHOES
i 	
i smiiiTMii-y
M
ef-
Are prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum  and  alll  House  Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
I
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and llie Wellington solid leather Shoo. TVy aro both
leathers. We also cutty a full line of Tan
Shoes,   Call and ser thom before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot antl Shoe RBpolrera, Riultllers Harness Makers
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Arc you waiiliug any Kkctrical Work Done ?
If so, call al thc Revelstoke Plumbing Cli
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone IHI Ninlit I'lione 40 P, 0. liox 469
Holds lio Treasure Train
a,     i let.   1—The  old
ffaa never a man
Uassa  tliat
light  out
•   ". ...  ol Gorman at 1.1-
•   : ■ . lini   up of
Flat   .ml   B11U1-
i.iiii j     up
ild .lust ro;, 11 >,  also
i   mysteries   that
■ •     the     Alaskan
past    livr-    years.
.ii tbe     \ aides Creek
was the Bhoot-
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f< i thr (.ti.i i  t no rob-
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Do Vou Want Cheap Wood
or Building Materiel
^
LEANING
.ai'imrimian H
iimgiiiaai''^Trr;"mre'^''^™'™^^
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch. 1', inch lo 3 inch
Dry Coi'.onwoud
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Siie for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Stroet and Smelter Track
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000
REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities in the following countries issued without
delay:
Africa
dim
Ar.,Viin
1      ■   irk
A:,,    tin.
Republic
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AiM-lrulla
I                 ;t
Austria- Huncary
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Hr R um
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India
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II 'r
Crcu
Miit-Pi.ontu
Malta
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I       Zealand
I     way
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Pei   ,i
Peru
[na lilandi
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i       lanla
Russia
S      .1
St am
Siberia
Sunt:. Africa
■l
Btralta Stttlemrntt
Sweden
S ■ itterland
Bvria
Turkey 5.7
Slates
Wa -- In   iBi i ic.
These drafts can be drawn In sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
taels, roubles, etc., according ;<■ I e money of tho * ountry i . w hirh tlu y
arepayublo.  This enables th   payee to obtain the exacl  imountintend)  ..
REVELS! Cf f     FRfafi^H-F.M.  GIBSON.  MGR
Nakusp  Rranch, ■ •■ U. Rothwell, Manaj
BXMKa:;
tml
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'   and
Gent's Clothing a Specialty.
First-Class Work on Short Notice.    Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Clothes Called for and Delivered.
Sash, Dcors, Mouldings* Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business f
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.
G.W.
PRACTICAL Oim
'? AND DYER ....
NOW LOCATED AT
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
i»ii< )>'.■;   so
ASK THt DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
iri! ymi thai the whUkivyn we nre
Boiling arc the bpgt. ("nil nml i>"
convineed. Nn hoURehnlii should
In-without a supply o( uur liar-
way's Special si bti.li whiskey; our
Tropin Liqueur Br&ndw, guaranteed
HII years uld or Blackberry Brandy
(or Medicinal purpose*.. Our stock
oi' rhotce Wiufs jtnil Liquors of nil
kimlN are nn, xi elled. 8< lil hy nil
the leading hotels, or telephone
[The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Clgnrs and Cigarettes
FIFTH   ANNUAL
ibition
% JUST   OPENED %
i THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE1
•^        A New Short Order R ind Eating Housi *\
%   6?
tf
Only   White   Cooks 'Employed
<£. Have ha •' experience as a caterer
tf 	
tf! Requi,/ .- ket for liars..
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\ J. Pappos and J. Chltsas, Proprietors \
MacHenns . vc'uc.  Rcvestokr,  B. G
Ttu Uowl" Lunchcoaotle Ib
bow ; nnection with our
soda , Ih will find here
a co:.. act to get an afternoon ' p ol tea. Chocolate, coflefl,
licei tM »Bd <ia;bt refroshtnente.
VNHI1E STAR-DOMINION (ANADIAN oERVIU
.
S. S. LALRENTU otohs   h.S.MEdAMK
Sub Ocl  2', ind Km Nov. 23 and Dec 7
I \ ties i.y Excellent Cne-Class 'III Cabin Si
TEUTON
Sails Nov. 2nd. and 3Cth    I
CANADA
Oct. 19,   Nov   16    Dec 2,
A. G. I.RCCKIR. i\i.tr.i Cai Railv •   B.C.
BaUvUbW.  awn
COAL and WOOD
Good Screened   Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Fir and Hemlock   dry   $6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.    Phone No. 6o
S. G. ROBBINS
Revelstoke, B. C.
iiesday, Thursday, October
*3,000 IN PRIZES
Agricultural and Fruit Exhibits Live Stock Poultry Ladies' Work
Home Made Cooking and Preserves ' Manufacturers' Exhibits
Three Days Good Horse Racing and Special Attractions
Special    Railway   Rates—One and-One-Third   Fare
for   the  Round   Trip   to the  Revelstoke  Exhibition
MUSIC HY THE CITY BAND
SEE HE SPECIAL PRIZES  FOR  FRUITS AND  VEGETABLES
Z  FROM  SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
^
A. McRAt. Pres.      F. B. WELLS. Treas.
T. E. L. TAYLOR. Sec. ..
Mail-Herald for Job Printing
I KATUIIDAY,  0CT011KH 5,  l'Jll
TT1T2   3yC^IL-H:S^^rJXD,«RJi3'V-IOXJSTOB:£!
;: \ i    i'.HW,  Ol TOBDH 5,  l'Jll
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
H$use Plants, Ferris, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
1 HARVEY
MoOARTBR
AND MNKHAM
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
|—IH^n—BaWaaal MTU
litirristrru,   Solicitors;   Ktr
lnipeiiul   hank   Building   Hovel
■toke, U. C.
Money ui Loun
unices—kevelstoke,    13.   O
Crsubrook, B. 0.
itcu.  H.  McUarter,
A.    M     i'ro.tiaid.
Revelstoke,
J,   A.
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THE   MOLSONS BANK
INOOKPORATEU   iBb.0
Record of Progress lor Five Years
Capital
Reserve    -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
1906
$ 3,000,000
8,000000
28,677,730
27.467,090
88,090,192
1906-1911
1911
* 4,000,000
4,0110,000
85,042,311
38,864,801
48,i»7,!ftS<l
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Prlnolpal Cities In tho World.
A Qr.fal HAL.  BANKING: OUtalNESB  TRANUAUTBU
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL  BLANCHES
Intorest nllowod at highest ourronl rate.
revelstoke Branch. W. H.  PRATT, Manager
HUBERT SMITH,
Provincial   laaoil   Muveyor,
Mining  ljutteyor,
i.ni.tAC.r.1
alOK-aH.' /tli    A\ 12.,
BOX Wt>. REVULBTOK
Vi.  H.  WALLAHS,  M.B.G.fcS.i
A U i   Hal c. •
I'      IJ      LtUl     Ub,     :.< VulStO*!),    li.'
iviM'l'l'.;..\i      LOUUE,   So,   A A
■aid   A    tl.
Regular     meeting* are held ia MA
uNlU TEMPLE,    Oddlellows'     In.
on ths Third Monday  in each mont
at 8 p. m.     Visiting brethren      art
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W. M.
W. B. ROBDRTSON, Becretary.
Pen/Ihgle
THAT is the name, and
below is the trademark,
you are to look for next
time  you buy underwear.
Your size in any garment
with that trademark will
fit perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value; and ymi f>et our
Guarantee of " money back
if you can fairly cluim it"
Made nt Paris In Canada,
by PENMANS Limited.  ti
li
That Girl from Texas"
felt the iimm.i ,,[ added and Improved I
accommodation tu meet the ever   Increasing commercial and tourist trade     Manager Allen ul the Allen Players
and it le hoped the new     proprietor  hRgj  for tha past  ,,„„   yearg      , ,,,.
fully studied the requirements ol the
wlll ium.'I  this demand, Mr. Sneddon's
future movements are not yet known.
Tho  provincial  government  is  still   v'    '       public as regards amusement
Improving roads,  the  marine     drive  and bas selected bis    repertoire     ul
being bow ballasted, tho gravel being
broughl   (rom   Mr,   Rotbweli's  ranch.
\  now sidewalk  ;    als Ing i
... i to the now lair building on Bio
an iivcnuo.
It Might Be Cold ■
ZBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal 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
COURT     MT.      BtCUBlE,   No.  »4«1.
OF X.  O.  K.
Meots tn I. O. O. F. Hall next    to
Tapping's Opera House evory seoond
and  luurth  Monday  iu  umnth.   Visiting  brethren cordially  welcomed.
0. W. BELL, O. It.
WM.   8.   CAMKRON,   RoC.-Ssc.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal ni Counter's,
Robbins' Lethbridge coal is unsurpassed,
II she Baid  "bring ohocolateB"  sbo
moans "Sugar Uowl" ehocolntes.
All  RobblUS'  coal  is  clean  screened
Lethlirldge lump coal.
MALAKWA NOTES
The [farmers' institute is organising at Mulukwu With about (orty
members.
L. M. JohiiHou look in thc lair
Salmon Arm last week.
at
Union   Hotel
IUUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals (or f6.H0
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LBVESQUE, Proprietor
u. w. o. w.
Mountain Vi«w Camp, No. liill
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednes
days    In  each  month  in    Selkirk
Hail.      Visiting   Woodmen  mr
c.irdlally Invited  to atieort
A.   J.  WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMES  McINTYRE,   CUTS..
BBLKIRK     LODGE  12.  1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets every Thursday ovoning iu
Selkirk Hall ot S o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
JOHN LYON       N.  G.
JAS.   MATHIE,  Sec.
Thc "Sugar Uowl
Coffee and  tea, etc.,
hut chocolate,
is unsurpassed.
GOLD  RANGE LODGE.      K.  of    P..
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday  eicept   tht
Third  Wednesday o( each montb      in
Oddfellowe'   Hall at  a  o'clock.   Visit
ing Knights are cordially Invited.
F. W. TERRY, C. O.
O. H. BROOK, K. ol B. ft 8.
M    nt »•
Laughton CB. Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
•PAINTER
Satisfaction  guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cunun.ng'a Transfer
Ruildinir, Second Street
Four ral a of small briu, actus uow
in. 1'ositively thc best coul tur auin-
mor use, cleun and economical. Revelstoke General Agencies, Liu.
The best uil round cuul ou t'jfl i. .,'.'-
ket is ltuboins' Lethuiidgc coul.
For lasting quality use ltubbius'
cuui, one used, always a customer.
ajuakueutl cuul tii uil sisos, bro&en,
eg*; una stove, nevcletohe lieneral
Agencies,   Limited.
Cleun, smokeless, [urnaoe lump uud
nut euut rn. Coursier's.
The "sugar uowl Fountain]'
Charlies Aunt, is still running.
ure still serving uut tu Sutished customers uur delicious ice croum, sodus
and .sundaes.
Here s Lue loud to cumlort, u vanished ni.isi, u cool body uud a lo -
n edited oue, tho ouly wuy is .iu u
cool drink ut lbe augur Uuwl l'OUn-
i...ii, McKeniie Avenue.
'1 u prove lhe quality of Ro iliias
Letii nugc coal, any oue uot salisttld
wn i ii may return it.
No better cuul than Robbins' Lethbridge coal has ever come tu Revel -
eioae.   To prove it, try it.
A FEW SNAPS—7 Roomed House
Third street, 50ft. Lot, JliUU.UU. A
modern House, Second street, $31,0.1)0
Modern House, Connaught avenue at
$1500.00—Revelstoke  General  Agencies
Her tune Wai wrong, her tune was
The  Uluck Key  Study  mudo her sad,
bad;
She .-.i'..l good bye to all the fuss,
And  bought a Gourlay Augelus,
At the Revelstoke Music Btore.
Tho Mulukwu Farms are shipping
another cur of celery und vegetables
lor the Culgury market this week.
our missionary, Charles Ballard,
gave his farewell address at Mulukwu
Sunduy afternoon, to a good audience
aud departed on the evening train fur
the far oast to resume his studies..
Mr. Ballard's six months iu Malakwa
made him many friends.
A car loud ul lumber arrived Monday In un Throe Valley tu slui t build
Ing operations at Malakwa. Indications point to many more being need
ed to complete the buildings that ure
contemplated  belore winter.
I    Iiy  the  interest  manifested  at     u
Ijk,,' meeting of the Farmers' Institute on
yyL. ' Saturday night, wo predict a good ex
to s lit the public taste.
. i.  Monday evening next, Oct. Tth,
the All- n  Players  are  going to open
th .i  engagement  at   the opera  house
,i tn  ;,  .1 '...hi:::   cui,, ly   in  four acts
. itlth I   "1 hal  Girl  From Texas."
Th.s play has been pronounced     us
ol  the very  best     comedies ever
written,      and    every   act  is    lull  of
.   Special  attention  has     l>ecn
given to the scenii  effects for tlio var
ti   he presented during ths
ind  it  will not  ue uut. ul place
, m lal   Oil n1 m.u  lu uue ut  lbe
plays to i pri enti i ti •■ arda tne end
;.       "   Nell
uwj us i,     i be stoi >      , lay   is
well known to almost every jicison,
Winn the Titanic sank undei tiiM.ee who „.,., ,..,,; tudied English history
covered Atlantic last Bpring, one    of  The oi Gwynne  was a per
nio ttrst-cahiu passengers among   the  eon in real life.    The pla) ■•.■■■ne with
rescued was a young girl, scarcelj out  a  period  Immediatel)   ; ring    the
ui her icons, and ihe curve ol hei Up Kt ti ra in, and a ,i storj fuil ul
still faintly suggesting childhood. Bbe pictures ol the revels ul Court and
had saved ber dearest possession, and Playh . ■ tn the latl i ball ol the
bold it clasped In both arms as the r.th century; ol thc comedies of
lifeboat bumped and swayed    among   Whit hall,  the  King's  Highway,    the
the     It   was   her   violin,   alii     lla-    Phi   i      •,..;:.,.      I'avern,      the  liiug'H
stinctively her slender lingers sought Guards; ol the tragedies ol taproom,
the sod.Un strings, as cold aud dai.,; snU chain bei and throne-room; ol the
as hor hull'-frozen bunds. Next to ber ain atlons. Jealousies, politics and
sat a French girl, wide-eyed  and Bil -w.audiy ul the nobility,   it is     an
uld tune fact in present day tuueB, a
,\1ims Madge McFarland  returned
her home at Nelson th.s week    alter
several  months' stay  at Nakusp.
Dr. Mossman is expected home today ii um Victoria whence he accom-
puuled Mr, Ashworth ol Arrow Park,
who was removed to the in...,.:.,.
there lor an operation. Mrs. Ash -
rvortb contracted his illness while al
camp ut \ icturlu ln  July.
\\ iiuhiuiibo in tne ubiu
ent.
Thus
vVilna  Bains,   violiniBte,    and  comedy,  dual  between tears and lau-
Marle Trls, piantste,  mot lor the first  ghter,  with two  kings—Will  .Shakes -
time, und their unusual companion -
ship rapidly cemented into Intimacy
during that fearful night and following duy among the icebergs.     Mai le
peare and Churlesll—as the fencers,
and an Empress, Nell Gwynne, us the
prize.
rhe Allen Players  will  present this
Mbit at the Hevelstoke fair next week
Thc potutu crop ut Mulukwu will
I.e about three hundred tons this
year, and about thirty tons of celery, with acres ol othor rout crops.
The noted increase uf fruit, over pust
years,  is forming a basis for  tiguriug
was ou the way to Montreal to v.sit play with uil due respect to the scenii school girl friend, with whom she ■firy.iinrj ostumes ol the perlode and
hud studied music In Paris some few there is no doubt tbat it will prove
years previously. Bhe invited Wilna to hi one ol the most popular ever
to accompany her when the refugees presented :•> tins capable company,
reached Halifax. The Montreal friend Seats tor the opening performance
was Mae Thomas, who played cello, are iiuw un sule at C. It. Macdonald's
and healing ot these girls through bis drug store.
agent,   Charles   Picquet  secured   them  __._
for the nucleus ul his orchestra which
is purt ul the "Managing Mildred"
company.     They  wul appear at the
Empress  theatre  on   Monday,  October I
7th- . a...iAi
liDMlNIi tliENIS
Return En^a^ement
The Gladstone Bisters     and     Edna
Randall arc returning for u week's en
the  possibilities   of  this  grand  fertile ! gageiuont      with  an  entirely  diflerent
valley's  future,  surely
Garden of Eden,
it  will  be  the
A     beartrap holds uil it gels,   for
particdlars enquire of  A.E.  Huycock.
Thc Duke and puny passed through
Malakwa.   No   demonstration.
Mr. Chuucellor     left for     Portage,
Wis., un Sunduy evening's train.
Wo uro having our usual run ot line
lull weather.
Port
Pussy is Uaiuable
Mann.   B.C.,   Sept,
NAKUSP NEWS
Nakusp,   B.C.,   Sept.   »7—A   meeting
of  the  hospital  ladies'  auxiliary  was
held at the residence ol Mrs. Bulger,
! un  Wednesday  for  the    consideration
repertoire  Irom  any thing   shown when
here before.
Miss Randall is making a specialty
o( imitations and  Impersonations    of
October  7—Managing Mildred  Upor.,
Cu.,   Empress   theutit.
October ilh, 'Jth and loth, ltevelstuke
Agricultural    Bodetty's   Full Fair
und Hone Racing.
Week commencing Uctuber i—Glad -
stone Bisters uud Edna Randall.
October IS, 16, 17—Millers lul Kuuch
Pictures, ISull.ilu Dills Circuo, at
the   Empress  theatre.
famous artists,   In  complete character   oet.,|rer  23— Versanti*   iu    "The  Cump
costume and  make-up,  including    one      Fires Gloom."    Empress theatre.
bluck fuce uct.
October IS—i'he Missouri Girl at Empress theatre.
The Gladstone Slaters have all new
sungs und dances, uud their uwn pur-
tiiiilnr stylo of acrobatic stunt.-. They
will feature the.r uwu conception uf
the "Society Texas Tommy Dance"
in Turkish costume and the Harem
Skirt. Also ., Mexican "Tarantella"
dunce in complete costume, Also a
new Duck uud Wing dance. Alsu u
Slut, and Ballet dance, and, in fact.
something now and different every
night,
We  have  played   tu  more paid     admissions in the  Province  of
Jotii.-M'U !•'... ui.   mutiun   pictures   coining well, Empiess theatre.
bij Eddy School Report
Kullowing is the report of B.g Bddjr
school for the montb ending Beptem-
■ th.  1912:
Prescribed   school   days        30
Days school  was  in  session       20
Dritish  Total  actual  attendance     314
of a choice  of  locution  and   purchase  Columbia   than   any   other   travelling   Average uctual  uttendauce   17.20
127—Cats  of lots for thc new hospital,     which'show that bus made this     territory.   Pupils attending dur.ng month...    20
nre  nuw   articles  ut  commerce  ulong w.ll     doubtless lie built next spring.
Ithe line uf the Grand Trunk i'acilic in Two  locations  boih  suitable,  are    in
Dritish  Columbia aud at  the  presenl t   '«', but as the price of one Wus not
tlml  any   wideawake cat Is worth  jr. quoted,   it  wns decided  to hold     the
regardless  ol  his appearance or pedl- matter ovor for a future meeting,
gree.   The   line   of  construction   from
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Plenty of Gait Lump Oal arriving.    Orders will have
prompt attention.
A. Davidson, fT
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   .fiLLJBEIRT     STOZDTIE      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER PAY
Special Weekly Rates
RtVLLSIOKL. B.C.
K.   Q.    BUKR.BGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
«nd Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Connaught  Av«.   '   R«v«l«tok«
UNION HOTEL
ARUUW'BBaU), It. v.
Hpeoial Attention giTen to conunsrclal
men and tourists. Kirat-clssa sample
rooms. Finest scsuery in British Colnm-
bia, overlooking Upper Arrow J.ik*.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Tete Juuue C'uche wost to Kruscr luke
is dotted wltb contractors caches,
packed full of grain und all inaniui
of supplier*. These caches arc swarm
Ing with hush rats which consume or
destroy vast iiuunttttes of supplies,
and the contractors ure looking for
cuts. The cut supply is far short ot
the demand.—Bx.
The I.elund hotel ch aged ownership
yesterday. Mr. Boha.lt of Wardtwr, 11.
c, has purchased it Irom J. Sneddon
who bus occupied the premises for the
past two years, ft is the intention of
Mr. Ilohurt to muke considerable improvements us to the interior littings
ami decorations and bo will have a
enng of rarpouteis at work immed -
'iutcly.   Nakusp  has  for  along  timo
I
F you are short and stout.
or tall and thin, thc Fit-
Reform tailoring organization has provided for
your every need in new
fall suits.
Here are garments for
men of unusual size or
height—in styles to
harmonize with unusual
figures. A perfect fit
assured.
Ask  your local  manager. Hoys        IU
Our policy  is  In  harmony  with  the   Girls       10
verse: "Man wants I,ut little here In-  Tardlnest  of  pupils        6
low. hut wants that little, good." We   Visits b]  Inspector        1
give a good show,  and a short show   \ ,..ts by others        4
for a short  price—See  large  hills and Pupils   present   every   session—Jack,
lobby display at Bmprsss theatre. Allen, Charlie Barrett, Ktta Uarrett,
Elsie  Campe.   Holf  Carlson,   l.avuune
VYANTKD—Furnished bouse or Apart- Uever.   Esther   (Inttiths.   Nelly   Ulson.
ment.
City.
Apply  Mrs.   Kelly.   Box  216.1
K.  M. UltUCK Teacher.
McKlNNON «r SUTHERLAND
A Sctne from  "That Girl from Texas"
Allen Player, Opera House, Monday Night. RDAY",   iCTOBifl 6, 19lS,
!?:s:.e. Jvt^TH.-iiEi^^iLr), k.e-vejlSi^o k:^3
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER
1012.
BUILD UP
REVaSTOKE
""ST ''"iiii
Local industry
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
tTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Sttaionery Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc
We cTWAIL-HERALD has new
type and printing machinery.  Our
stock gf   printing  papers is large
and  well selected.
Agents fc r the famous
EMPIR
PEWRITER
$60.00  Cash
THE INTERIOR
PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ADDITION TO PRIZE LIST
OF THE FIFTH ANNUAL FAIR
Revelstoke Agricultural Association, Oct. 8-9-10. I ill 2
Revelstoke Agricultural   Association
SECTION L.--Live Stock
CIssb
Division 1.    HORSES
THOROUGHBREDS
Isl.
2ml,
s, J iiii   £ 2 50
5 00       I SO
Stallions, J years ami over
Mare, 2 yenr* ami o\ er
STANDARD URKD
Stallions, 2 yearsautl over     $ 5 no   s i SO
Mare, - years anil over     $ 5 mi   $ I so
DRAUGHT O.ASSHS
Open to mares or geldings used (oi draught purposes, 3 year,
and over. To be shown i" appropriate vehicle, Certificate ol
weight lobe furnished il .i->ki-.l [or. I'lie BUine horse may be
hlioun wherever eligible,
I 'UBS
M.
Best pair, each horse to weigh 1400 and over      . Sin no
Best siuKle horkp, 1400 uiul ovei  to bc shown  o>
haltei 5 00
Best lieneral Purpose Horse, suitable for eithei
buggy, saddle, wagon or plow, not under UUD
or 1400 .............$ ii 00
GKNKRAIa CITY DELIVERY
(ipen o> nil cities mnl towns nnd i" horses that are  not
in other classes.
2ml.
,» .1 uo
Class.
1st.
I   '   ill
Bhcwn
Jnd.
Best pair, I years old and over, under 1300, ns used
(or city delivery, lo be shown to a 4-wheeled
vehicle,   Horses, 80 pei cent.; appointments,
2o per cent ..... $ i 51)   ,v ,1 00
Marc or Gelding, 3 years old aud mer. under 1300
.\s used (or t itj delivery, To be shown in
single harness to a vehicle. Morse. ,s0 per
cent,   Appointments, in per cent     5 S oo
$ 2 50
2nd.
I.1V1KV RIGS AS l.liT FOR MRB
i lass. Isi.
Mare "i gelding, tliree years aud over, to be showu
lo., single hoist vehicle 5 .*> 00
ROADSTERS
Class 1st.        2nd.
lei   3 years old aud over   lo be shown to a
tingle horse vehicle.   Horses 80 per cent., appointments, 2,t per cent            S 5 00   8 2 50
PONIES UNDER SADDLE
i
1st.
2nd
mare oi g, 11.2 hands and under.   To
Mr shown .,; ■ wa k, trot and canter, and  will
..     i. their manners, conformation and
s JO0   S 2 50
Division 2-CATTLE
groomed and stall cleaned out by 9 a.m.
del ol the Association on the part
.■■;   ■••■     uiil incut th. forfeiture of any
.
AN\    HKIil'.U
lut
$10 IKI
.    /  00
I III
I I III
7 iio
l on
2nd
,", OU
.; isi
2 00
.", on
.1 UU
2 OU
2 00
lu UO      5 00
DIVISION 3.    bWINE (any breed)
lit,
Ind,
1 s 00
■'
uo
2 .su
2 el)
•
2 Sn
reeks
CM thl                                                                in on
00
Marries Indian Girl
oontaot with 1 milium and broods; In
fnot tlu>y were hu only companion.,
Edmonton, Alto,, Ool, l-Trapplng' nnU| MnK a „mn wiU, red ui00a m
nnd hunting big game and Bshlng ul- tils veins, lie tell to the charm, ol an
ong the upper reach., ot the Peace mdian girl, who, aooordlng to whlto
River dlstriot In the my.terlous, nil- trau8rs „[ the ootmtijl le tho most
nil, expectant north oountry, accom- i„..,nt,u'ui woman In the romote ri<-
pnliietl l,y his ymiiiK Wife, n tiill-hloo-
iled Indian, acknowledged to be
in" i   beautiful  woman of the
gion.
tho     "Within the last yoar bbe     clergy
Oree hogun to go Into tbe upper country
till"', iuui thoir child, is a niuu who'more frequently thnn before und one
will oventuall)   bo a poor ol tho Brit- "' ll"' nswer Iclnd, who failed to un-
isli nobility. Ue is known uh Travera
umi is educated nml accomplished nnd
refined.
Narrating the romantic story of tho
scion ol nobility, whu Is now a Bquaw
man, un il wus told to one of It. reporters by a plonoor of lho diBtrict,
visil,iim;   iu   Kilinonl.on,     (lie     Capital
I Bays:
APPEAL   OF KKKK LIFE,
'Travora was one ol those uufort-
dci'Btnnd the wnys ol Ihis new land,
raised an outory against Teavors and
ins ci on-law wife.   Travera, liow-
evor, wus a real mun uud lie und his
native woman were married with all
the benefit, of olergy.
ARREST leoLi.uws.
"Shortly after this event Travors,
i Iim mounted policeman, oaine to tho
dlstriot headquarter, with a prisoner
and  nfter  delivering  liiin   wus      hi in -
s.'ii placed under arret uud lodged
'iu tin' guard house without upurs.
| The disgrace ul being cashiered from
iiniites Known in tho old country am- the service faced Travors nml would
ong the higher elassea ub u younger, huve boon curried out uiily for ono
sou.     When 10 year, of age bis fam- thing.
ilj  sblpi  him oil to south Allien, i   "Sovflral muiitiiB previously Travor.
whore be served avo .veins In the ll;ul applied to buy himself out, and
Mounted RIIIob, Returning to Bng- whon ho faced his superior officer ho
land at the end of Hns time the Ufa protested against the proceeding.,
of lho veldt bud nwokoned the wand Grossing shrewdly, Travera figured
erlust in bl. heart, nnd aftor a week that his application by thut time
al home Travera was once more oo-l"1"*' '"' '"'a,'ly "IKt "|l"" t,UJ "stand
ean bound this time for Canada. '"' lH>l'"y "tated the fact to the oora-
"Airiviag iu Bdmonton,    bo joined  "landing officer,   It was looked     up
the Royal North West Mounted Polico  ""'' Travera  was found  to  he right.
He wns accordingly allowed tu leavo
the force,
SNUBBED UY WHITES.
"Travors  returned  to  his  home and
uiul wus shortly assigned to a post in
the north country. Travors proved
bimsell u Bplendid officer, so Invaiu -
nhle that his superiors for a longtime
overlooked his failure for liquor. But  ,""k "'' the uta ol a trapper, but   a
finally ho was sent further north,
where Ihere is nu liiiuor nol' while
Women nor any of the ordinary joys
Of life.
PELL    IN    LOVE.
"There be came almost    daily    in
OOTENAY
STEEL
RANGE
When you
buy a "Kootenay"1
Steel Range you
make a permanent
investment. Tlie
►"Kootenaj
is guaranteed by
makers and dealers ;ilike 1
to bc a strong, durable
range and a   perfect
cooker ond
baker.
M^Clarys
great change hud come over II
country, Many chochakoB (tender-
feet) hud conic in und Iheso white
people, unlike the oldt unci's, closed
native wife. In a land where he hud
tbeir doors to the young mnn und Ills
oiiee been bo popular be now found
himself looked upon Willi disfavor by
the newcomers. Kor months he braved the coldness of these settlers, thou
packed bis worldly goods and with
ins wife and child travelled iuto tho
further   north   country,      where   creed
and color  do not  mailer.
"The man who vouches for the
story, which rivals lhe best tales of
any llcblonlst's weaving, Is not. an
Idle romancers, but a typical hurd-
hended old voyageur of the wilder -
ness country."
A  BUCOESSPUL THIOATMliNT
Mrs. ICdwurd Kennedy, of Meridcn,
Conn., lu years old, wus advised hy
her Physician to try Ur. Marlcll'a Female Pills, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
Bay the same. 110 years the standard
ut your  Druggist.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
.1 My Intimate and Trusty Friend CI
who, snugly hidden In my grip or pocket, goes
with me on all my journeys—who waits my
c nvenlence, day and night, to transform my
stubbled jowl into the well-groomed cheek of a
respectable citizen — who, at my pleasure,
caresses my face lightly or with searching
keenness--and who demands none of my time
or attention In return—this true friend, to whom
I owe so much, Is the
GILLETTE Safety
The ilLLETTE la tho
keenest, quickest, handiest
razor the world has ever
teen. Tho thm GILLETTE
blade, perfectly tempered,
hened with diamond dust,
held rigid beiween guard
and cap, glides through the
Razor
stillest heard with never a
pull, never a gash.
Moreover, the GILLETTE
Is adjustable, by a slight
turn Of the screw handle,
for a light or a close shave.
It Is the only razor which
thus adapts itself to every
beard and every face.
At your Hardware Dealer's, Dru(giat'i or Jeweler's, buy
a Gillette- you'll enjoy it. Standard Sola, $5.00—Pockat
Edition! $5.00 to $6.00 — Combination! Sets, $6.50 Up.
The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada. Limited
OFFICE AND FACTORY i
The New GilW-u. Buildia,,
■mala mi
-friHette
"nj.ia •<(•
MONTREAL.
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T7EIE3   ^yL^IL-IIErt^LID^-KE-VEILSTOBZIG
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 5,  1913.
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- /fume Si Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
FRIDAY BARGAINS
7 or 8 Womens' Coats that were $12 to $15, go on Sale
Friday at - - - $10.00
A lot of Waists, muslins, nets and some Black Silk, on
Sale Friday at Each - - $1.00
zA clearing lot of Corsets, any size, and a lot of different
styles, all at one price.
$1,00
Ladies Fall Suits
The new long Suit Coat is being taken up.
Most ladies seem to like it. It is 30 and 32 in.
long, against the 26 in Coat worn last Spring.
We have a fine assortment of these Suits in
Navy Blues and the Scotch Tweeds that are
fashionable.   Price about	
$20.00
Get Them at Humes
New Flannel Shirtwaists
For Ladies, made in all-wool and Union English Shirting Flannels, with Neglige self collar,
in a wide range of colors, all sizes at	
$3, $4 and $5
Womens Knickers
Womens' Heavy Pull Over Knickers, in black
or grey, made of heavy Stockinette. These are
very popular at	
$1.25
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 ERUIT
We bave a large display of Fruit this season
and the prices are very low. Peaches, Cante-
loupes, Green Grapes, Red Grapes, Apples
for Cooking and Table use, Oranges, Bananas,
Lemons, Crab Apples and  Plums.
Now is tbc time to leave your order for Green
Tomatoes, Ripe Tomatoes, Pumpkins and
Squash.
Wc 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 Ib. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 Ib. jars;
Chivcr's in 1 pound jars; Keiller's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and I lb. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's, 7 and 4 Ib. 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     3°c.
Blue ibest)     40C
For Friday and Saturday only.
Try   a   Pound—Afterwards You Will Use No Other
New Wools and Yarns
Double Berlin in all colors, per Skein
10c
German Town, a fine, soft crochet wool,
any color 20c
Saxony, a good knitting yarn, all colors
  20c
Eiderdown, soft, thick wool, for aviation
caps, etc., per skein 15c.
Knitted Wool Jersey Suits
For Boys, Cap to match, in Navy,
Brown, Green. Red. etc. Two or three
weights to choose from      	
$2.25 to $3.00
Ladies Golf Coats
New lot of Ladies' Golf and Sweater Coats.
Some with the new Auto Hood to match. A
fine assortment	
$3.50 to $7.50
Underwear for Fall
Let us introduce to you our lines of warm Underw ear which are particularly designed
for particular people. All weights in wool, from light Summer to heavy Winter wear.
The best ot 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 $I.OO
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 leet. 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 SHADES
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
i '^
-p* P.H\Y
l T0B1 i.
TTLin T&A.T.T-s-TTElTlJ^T.TD.   R ^VBJLgTO'KH
lai
lATURDAY, ihToiikh 5,  1912,
Mr, Mini Mrs, Borl Neil have roturn
oil (rom t in-11- honeymoon, which wne
spnul in Alhorta, and are sottlod on
.fourth Btrei-t.
mother and a sl I ol Mr. A. McBao,
nee vlsIUng in the cily, and nre at
tho h'omo ol Mr. and MrB. A. McRao,
Third street,
Call and Inspect M
Latest lew York and Paris Ossicns
Within  the  |,.isi   two mo
iih-   twuu
ly slj hi i.l,'.-   hnvo lucn lod
to   Hi-'   ill
i'ii   in  RovolBtoke.   Kamlo
ipa Stand
ard,
REID & YOUXG
v..
J
■ t idH-C \ 1.1'l:I;   On   the  2nd  ol
■    i 112,  hy tbe Rev,    w.    C.
.-        rei   Elizabeth  Oalder,
■    Donald MelntoBh, both ol Revel
B.  C.
THE CITV IN BRIEF
ilai  mouthly meeting ol tbe
Progress Club Is  postponed  until  the
! f ot the month.
Mrs.   Edward   Corning  will   receive
,,,   October  7th.   Her  nieci
M -s i,     ■ ■    ■■■.'.:  receive with her.
Mi    Jbi -        '     ; ian    i un n,
ti ...    i ir Iers toi tuning may be
Mi.   Howson s store,
,,[,   . at  two o'clock,
..  place on     the
b -;    Margaret,  the sit
•    I:-- .  Vi,  i'. Calder,
oited in o to Mr.  inm
. .   f       'Ml   !  I        .1
i.r,;,-,     Calder us
Phi   l. ippj    couple    left
-. he cast.
-   ,    ;   ■
n in Rei
-
,. : h  b     kind  and
i man)        ode an
- -    him evei;
Ht
est
him.
■
:       •     ■ rigs will hi
■  ■     tonvey
patrons
■
id I make tl
I
te ol THE
ry hall.
tree
■fA'-S.
■    -  to 'li-   '•'■  l-H
wae Mr. P.. Vi. -
•
•    •    •
n
i
■
■
(toi
il tbu
-
■
.    ■  •
I'liKKM-i /ing Season
I'or Preserving Pruits we bundle only ihe best, tf you wish to pro-
cur.'such fruits hs cannot be beaten either iu qunlity or price, we
would udv.se you to place your onlerwith us. Wc will guaranteedelivery "I all orders taken.
FRUIT .JARS A.M) RUBBERS
season we are handlitiK'thi - lebrated Mason Fruit Jars in Pints,
Quurl ■ -in I hall gallons, 'l'li,-■ Jai ■ require no comment, They arc
par exc» Hence.
A. HOBSON,       -      MacKenzie Avenue
iaa»—at— ■  I n inaniai im   .ra-^.T-ar Trm.^..,-,»—aa.- ——
lievelstoke Inside Property
i.t,.: i'r illy,   Win uot K*t in l>efore all the most clesir-
■   tr i m kcu u p
hast week wi u buyers ami it will only be a
rt time belore the^e lol   nre ill) osedout,
Call nt nui oifii ■ ti     i      i i.l.u".    VII •'■■■•  pi ;"" & Id
on t.M:> Lvruib.
Kootenay Jigencies, Limited
•  H
Vutuip,
[or Vancouver,
lell  lasl
^  vory enjoyablo "al  home"     waa
given in tho Mothodisl church on Mon
! day evening under iho auspices ol tho
, Epworth  League,     A  short   program
was givon, refreshments served and a
good social  linn' Bpont together.
There will be n complementary
smoker on Wednesday evening next
ai Mini' o'clock In Selkirk Hall, to
oul ol town vi Itors to tho fnir, It
"'ill bo hold under tho auspices of tho
Pro tress Club,
Mr. .1. ll. Johnson of Malakwa,
spent Thursday in town making nr-
ru igomcnts for n big exhibit oi fruil
and vegetables to be aonl to the Rov
oUtoke exhibition trom tho "Valley
of   Kilo."
H in with regrol lliii wo announce
that Mr, Crowo, who formorlj work
nl with ih>< Big Eddy saw mill com
Pany, and had rocontly gone to work
for the  Hm Ion  Sawmills Oo.,    at
Cascado,    was    drowned a eouplo of
dnya ago at Cascade,
Tlm concert undor the auspices ol
thc Bible .las-Ms ol St. John's church
will he held In the opera house on
Thursday, October 22nd. Besides tho
operetta "The Contest of ttie Nations," there will bo a miscellaneous
program, consisting of quartettes,
Bolos, readings. Juvenile character
Bonga, little grandmother's drill und
instrumental selections.
Visitors to the Pair kindly take notice that plenty of rigs will be out on
the three 'lays of the Pair to convey
patrons to the grounds. A regular
service has been arranged to run from
tho City Hall, and make the complete
round trip, Do not tail to make a
note of tho starting place TllK
CUT* HALL. Rigs will not double
back trom anj other point this year,
Pare each way 25c, cblldreu free. The
al  applies to  the  regular busses.
Single rigs,  backs, automobiles, etc.,
.-,. ilal  rates,
.!.  ii.  Sibbald, si-.,  returned     last
Sundaj  from ,, six   .ths trip     to
I. He is looking bail and
hcartj all i bis trip and says that
there is -,n abundance of British capital Jusi waiting for legitimate B.O.
investments, but anj proposition
must be a good one and title proof,
b ing submitted to old country buyers,   The days ol ilaotlng wild
cal  sche a abroad is endod,   In tbe
ol : lund  Hr. Sibbald saya they     aro
li i   '--■  -i greal   time over home rulo.
CHAIN   UP   YiH'K  DOG   Intending
visitors to ihe Pair will kindly tako
notiee  that   POSITIVELY   Nti  DOGS
will hi' allowed on the grounds, Chain
up your Dog.
POR BALE—Fifty pure breed White
lii'i'hoi ns.   All  mu I  be sold at mice
old      Mid      young.    Apply   John   .1
DoVllIB,
(loud climate, good soil an.l u good
hal gain for Vuiicoiivoi island acor •
age,   H. N, Cuursier,
Vaucouver Island ncorago in Albor
tr,  good soil. -See ll.  N. Coursler.
Twi nt y live per cont discount on
Crockery ai   Howson's,
CHAIN ur YtH'i; DOO Intending
visitors to tho lair will kindly iako
notico thai POSITIVELY Nti IJ'.'GS
will bo allowed on tho (I'ounJs, i! uln
up the Dog.
Sellout Honor List
'   Tbo  Honor  Lists ioi   Lhe  month ol
. eptomber is aa follows:
CENTRAL SCHOOL
Entrance class 10, Mutilation, S.
Gnllicano, V. Boll, W. Smyth., N.
Ploet-buin.
intorinodlato Poiirth J. Tweedale,
fl. McLean, M, Whlttakor, V. JoHfte,
.\i. Lawrence,
Low Pourth M, Simmonds, S.Turk
P. Dunn, it. Stone, ll. TomllnBon,
Hic'li Ilin l Li onard, Maley, Amy
Smytbe, Donald McGregor, Tom Mal-
oy, Howard Bradahaw.
Low Third ii. Lolgh, hi. Tapping,
C, Davis, a.  Ploetham, ii. Field.
;'i I  Reader   V. Abrahamson,  ti'..
Shuttlewood,  V, Maddon, T. McGregor, r. Stone.
IIit'h First Reader—W. Smythe, I).
Bunnell, IO. Lilly, G. Barraclough, 0.
Owens.
Low Past. Reader—T. Lolgh, W.
Jamleson, G, Williamson, tl. Toimblo
A.  Lesperance.
High Becond Primer A, llourne, 0,
Docbnrd, T. Madden, li. Leigh, S.
Burridge.
Low Second Primer—L, Barnes, R.
Morris, M. Oalder, P. Hamilton, W.
Cressman,
First Primer—N. Alien, M, LIdy, 11.
loliire. M. Millie, j. Jamleson.
FISHING
tackle;
SPORTING
GOODS
-% B^W *■,fi-'WtJA   M^'^*&¥'*
i
lions,', w, nt  to Victoria i ■
t'   M, Pie I Is si
h ill i. turn ou
Mi. and Mrs. I 'i iwe were  '-    •
■   rs the middle -•: this
Mi    Wall       li '   il   Arrowhead,
1  thro i -h  Ri       to •   the     tore
to the  iu had a good ocean trip both ways
coast. ng und returning on the Virginian
lli'\.  r \.  Proc
■
-
lovernnient Ki
and .i
-■
Mr. A   s
HI -.
Mrs. u    \      • ir :■ l i h        i ri
,ai      Thai -lay   from   a    two
an l
■
■ •
- ■
in in I
the i
-
■'
Wni Hear Naval ilili
The announcement  that  parliament
immoned for aome time In
Noveni ei means tbat  I re long the
i an.i-l.i     w: I have hefore
:       ■..        elibei -it Ions
place in  London during
ast   sumnn ■ i epresontn
■   I     Imperial
its        The  Borden   govcrn-
ts naval policy,
-..        :     announcement,
.;.  til  .1 lonal
[pai liament,
ll thi   people, thru
-
■ ii ,o:,s    ot
m tt).it Ca-
natlon,     Bhould
I.''.',
'
'
'
» M
TKNliKUS POR PIPE LAYING,
...Sealed Tenders for laying a Twelve
Inch, Wood Elavo Plpo from Bridge
Creek, to tbe CJty Reservoir, will be
received at the Oity Hall, up to noun
ul' o'clock) on Wednesday, the ath
day ol October, 1912, whero plans and
pcclQcations are on view.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily uccepted.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
City Clerk,
•H/ti-fft
GUNS
AMMUNITION
Wo have just, unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forpet to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle, When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
OPERA   HOUSE
MONDAY, OCT. 7
Don't fail to Read
The Allen Players
large ad. in this
isbue on Page 2.
-
.   Mrs
1 flaws' Drug stork
;noian bead work   w
$1.00 to S3
25C , 50C, $1.0')
V 2',
'
$8
■ i    ■    :
35C. AND
50C  AND *I 00
. od Mvci i - • *' '">
All m ,: Uvored     I lor the pri
Cure a Cold in the  Head with  Bews' Cold  I
25 Cents a  Finy.
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart C.otliii.g far Summer Months
i
•I'l'.C IAI.I/I
i | ■ ing Sm: I 31 ll
I 11 m hen p i
I ittei■ ■.'.!,
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
hi Ki'lorm (.lo.hinjj OM.on  H.ii-. Knot Rite Sliors
ASK FOR OUR !LLUSTRATED FOLDER
Showing the wonderful   development taking  place
in the "Oity of Certainties,"
EGINA, SASK.
It p;ives a great deal of reliable information of Regina and shows the exact
"a
location of our New Subdivision there called
KENSINGTON
which is admitted by those who know Regina to be one of the \a'f<l investments in the west in Subdivision lilts.    Come in and seo actual photographs
of Regina's handsome  buildings.    Dollars invested now will double in a   .
year's time and you can buy now at the opening sale pri'je
$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
Eight-Roomed Modern House on Second Street, only     $2,300
We have taken ovor the agency of the AMERICAN CASUALTY CO., of
Tacoma, and all policy holders will kindly take notice that future premiums
aro payable to us.
J. B. Watson Realiy Company
LochI Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. Qt  FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
H
i
Revelstoke Hardware Go., Ltd.   I
Dealers in all kinds of the Rest Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
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