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 " Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $(0
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Come to Revelstoke Fall Fair, Oct. Sth, 9th, 10th
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HUNTERS  AND PUBLISHERS    I
Vol. 18-No
67
REVELSTOKE. B. C. SfcPT. 25, 1912
$2.00 Per Year
THE BURNING QUESTION
Will not enter into your calculations if you are
U3ingoneof our Coal Saving, HEAT PRODUCING, Durable Heating STOVES.
1
Our linethis Season; Better Than
Ever.
New Stoves
New Designs
New Features
The best selected
stock in Town
Prices Right
Aim
" -I IVS
yy:syyfy^m
iwM^'Mi'
ft $j&y■•-i*rA^
Airtight Heaters
Oak, Iron
Heaters
Double Healers
Electric Heat'rs
Slove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
LACROSSE MATCH
WON BY VISITORS
Winnipeg and Revelstoke Teams Meet in
Mortal Combat.—-Prairie Team Victors.—
Best Game Ever Played in Revelstoke.
end  of third
Steel Ranges
Come when vou can net a good selection.
$.15 to $80.     Coal Stoves-$18.50 to £30.00
The I.uiTosse Mutch played on tlie
recreation grounds, Tuesday, Sept.
L'lth, between Winnipeg O.N.R., ami
Hevelstoke, resulted iii a victory ior
tlu' visitors hy u score ol nine goals
to live. It was a long way the uest
exhibition ol the Canadian National
(latrve   Witnessed   iu   Revelstoke      this
season.
The teams lined  up as follows:
Winnipeg—Lloyd, goal; Walker point
lilew  for    time,     score
quarter four to four.
Tlay opened, moved towards Revelstoke goal, but waB cleared nicely, O.
N.K. returned to the attack and Sullivan scored for the visitors. A minute after, Reynolds got the hall and
put same into the net for Winnipeg.
It was now getting dark, di'fence experienced grent diliiculty in Beeiug tho
ball, the play was very bunchy in
Hevelstoke goal, then the ball wandered to the other end of tho Held some
itorts net and Ahearns slipped round
the post and dropped the ball into
the goal ns he went hy, flve goals for
Hevelstoke.     C.N.R. now pressed hard
1st defence; Stewart, 2nd def.; Rogers,
3rd del.; Reynolds, centre; Sullivan|
3rd home;  Hay 2nd home; Wilson, 1st '
1st home; Traer, outside, Oronn, ln-|ntKj Sullivan scored, making eight for
side; with the visiting team were tbe visitors. Just before time, now
President Blaine, and Mr. Walker as,almost too dark to see the ball, Wilson scored for the C.N.R. fritial score
CNR. nine,  Revelatoke  live.
ARRQWHEED NOTES
The silver cup tor Uritish Columbia
was won at the recent cadet competitions held in Toronto  during the cx-
hiWtion  by  Cadet  Richard  M.   Wallis
of  Arrowhead,  Sixteen teams of cad-
ets  representing  so      many    ditloront [
provinces tn the Uritish Umpire, took ;
part in the competitions.  Nova Scot- j
ia was lirst on  tho list,  winning the
much  coveted     King's  prize,      while
Uritish Columbia     took third    place.
, The    splendid score     made by  Cadet.
I Wallis ol Arrowhead put him Urst on
' the list Ior Uritish Columbia and liitb
for marksmanship amongst the cadets
1 ot the empire.   As  well as  the silver
1 cup for the province.  Arrowhead also
obtains the medal  given by the exhibition to the cadets with tho highest
1 grand aggregate scout In tbc province
' In  these competitions    Canada     was
easily  Hist,  for no less  than live    of
1 the lirst eight teamB were Canadians
' Cadet  Wallis  left  Arrowhead  a    lew
days ago for  Victoria where he     intends to attend the university.
Hugh Hall, who unfortunately lost
an eye as the result of an accident in
the Dominion Cawmill Compauy 'B
plant ut. Taft, is progressing favor -
ably under the care of Dr. McPherson
cr
BOURNE BROS,. LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on goods is .1 quality name. Imagine the
comfort In using a McOlorj Stove.   Simple to wmk,  easy
tn eiean, and cc1n10111ic.il on Fuel,
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Shot Guns, single and double barrel, Winches
ter, Remington and Stevens, Repeating Shot Cutis. >hot,
Shells ond Cartridges, (all calibres), Shooting Coats, Cartridge Belts, Gun Covers, Game traps, all sites
■*!
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.. LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
manager.
Revelstoke—McCorvey, goa'; HIV. er
point; Mulholland cover point; Hruce,
1st defence, Kussell, 2nd ief.; U.u.
Calder, inl defence; D. Calder, centre;
Woodland, ilrd home; Burridge, 2nd
home;  ES,  Dickey 1st home, II   D.okey
QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Imperial Bank of Canada '
Hoad Otf>0«—Toronto,
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,    H	
Branches or Agents at all principal poii
Agents in Great Britnin nnd U'nueo St
Ontario.
6.000,000.00
6,460,00i>.00
6,460,000.00
$72,000,000.00
loinU in.C.ui.'iil.i.
_„...   _       -tales--London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago- Flint National Hunk, (Vrn F»-
chaugo National Bank. Seattle—Seal tie National Bank, Hiai Kim-
clseo—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane— lii. um n-<
National Bank,
Savings Bank Department
Doposits of 81 and upward, received, and interest allowed ..
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited. y
(     Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.     I
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Ladies' Ready/to Wear Hats
A shipment
Styles.
just   to   hand.   Latest   Fall
Your inspection invited.
Mrs. A, a Crick, * First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL. BLEND  TEA
will refresh you with its bright,
flavoi and fragrancy. Sold in
lead packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c
m
spicy
1  lb.
perIb.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
QROCER & BAKER
Phono NO. 23
PIK-PIM PIANOS
outside home, H, Ahearns, inside.
Messrs. Giflord und McRae acted as
goal umpires, Mr.H. N. Coamer was'
time keeper and  W.  Blaine ..1 ttie C.
N.R. took the whistle as referee.
lievelstoke won thc toss aud elected to play with a slight left wl id in
their favor. Tune was called at '.• li-
thirty  p.m.
The visitors sturted out nt u h.ist •
ling gait, but Revelstose quick iy
struck the pace, and the visitors goal
was twice in danger  within tae    Urst
two minutes of play, hut CN.lt. got
the hull again, passed swiftly down
thc tield, and scored within three
minutes ot commencement, Cronn put
ting tlie shot well into the UevelsuibO
net.
•flay resumed, Kevelstjue prefscd,
lost tbe liall but rallied and after an
anxious moment in thc mouth cf the
goal, lien Dickey scored for the h':;ie
stirs. The game was continued, hevelstoke did some fast play, and 0 N. '
K. goalkeeper cleared twice, a tnird
shot missing the nett by a few in" t.cs
1'lay drifted to i-eutcr, then ro the
Hevelstoke headquarters, hut Mul-
bolland cleured to Dickey, snots [rem
Dickey uud Woodland kccp.ng visitors
goal and defence bu>y. Two mlu'.es
before tirst quarter was blown, » f.it-
ors got possession, a series ni l^ng
pusses on the left field broug'at tlicin
in front of Revelstoke goal, and Hu..
rammed the hall into the jet. 1 lay
resumed, Kevelstoke rallied and almost as the whistle blew Ahearns
scored for tho homesters on a pa.-;s
from Woodland. Score end of lirst
quarter two to two.      ,
Kor two minutes after play loin-
mence.l in thc second quarter, Hevelstoke goal was in danger, the local
boys cleared twice, but the ball came
right buck at them an.l three minutes
of play gone Cronn stored for Winnipeg. Visitors continued to press,
Imt Woudlund intercepted a high pass
Ahearns puked up tbe ball and slum
med it into the net, third goal for
Itevelstoke. Winnipeg theu uttacked
vigorously, Kevelstoke defence cleared und play shiited to the C.N.R.
goal where their shepherd was kept
litiBy but stopped Ahearns shots twice
une style. Calder, Woodland and
Abearus forced attack, but thc goal
Cleared, HUllsr passed to ('aider some
fast play followed right in frout of
visitors goal, goal keeper hacked tho
ball a few yards out of the scuffle,
Reynolds lor the visitors took up the
clearance, ran between sticks aud was
temporarily laid out with an accident
ul blow un tbe scalp, play stopped lot
one   in,nut",   two   men   on   Kevelstoke
The game was keenly contested
throughout, piny in Ihe second quarter was Inclined to lie a little rough,
but the refer** showed his authority
nnd the game was well in hand for
the rest of thc play. The CN.R. defence was brilliant, hut Revelstoke
defence was very patchy, they did
sonic exceptionally good work in
patches und failed on other less difficult occasions. All the boys played a
sportsmanlike game, most of the
rough stufl coming from the fringe of
spectators. For the lirst three quarters the gamo was very close, but
Revelstoke showed their lack of train
ing whilst the C.N.R.  play improved
Groceries
Fresh  Kippsred  Herring  nisi arrived,
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas, Hay,   llour
plies.
Crockery
; and  Jugs,
Putter   (.'rocks,   Hean   I
China ainl Glassware.
l'l.l'.VIHINC. HEATING
Special Attention Paid li
Fresh  Fruit and
and  Poultrj  Sup-
ill   -i.e-.    Choice
TINSMITHING
Mail Orders.
Tliis fall has been marked hy an exceptional heuvy run of red liBh in the
streams eutering the Columbia river
and upper Arrow lake. Heavy catches
have beeu the rule.
The Comaplix mill is having a record run this season, heating the
counts ol all previous yeurs. Sawyer
Shaaks hns been compelled to lay ofl
owing to an attack of blood poisoning.
Norman McEachren had a narrow
escape at the Star Lumber company's
shingle mill wheu lie was struck wheu
making some repairs on Sunday last
by a Hying handle bar.
|     Mrs.  T.  Mi Kecknie  who has     licon
&
BOURNE BROS, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
n
as" tbeir teamwork began-to tell", and [spending the summer In the cast, re
GIVE US THE ORDER
Green Tomatoes per lb.	
Pumpkin per lb.	
Good firm onions per lb.
White pickling vinegar per gal,
FRUITS A.RRIXG
only 	
DAILY
3c
Mc
5c
75c
JOHN MCINTYRE  «S.   SON
First Strctit. Telephone  No. 93
and they became used to the ground
Thc visitors pressed at the right
time, namely in the final quarter,
when the failing light rendered it al-
mosi impossible to stop the shots,
The usual fringe of cheap sports
watched the game irom outside the
fence, about 160 people paid for ad -
mission, a very small gate indeed for
such a game, which was admirable
from a speetatora standpoint, aad
will certainly rank as the besl game
of lacrosse played iu Revolstoke this
year.
turned to Arrowheud ou Monday last
Mrs. McKecknie is accompanied by
her mother.
Making Ocean Travel Safe
New York, Sept. 20—Official announcement bus just heen made thai in the
new Atlantic liner building at tlel -
fust hy Harland & Wold, Limited for
the White fttar Line, the name of oue
of the most successful vessels in the
history of tbc company is to be re -
vlved, The name "llritanuic" s veil
chosen, because the White dtar Line
Bteamer originally bearing this mime
enjoyed a loug and successful career,
and is remembered with pleasure by
hundreds of thousands whom she core
safely across the great sea.
Iu gencrul features the new "Britannic" will be similar to the "Olympic," but she will he of somewhat
larger tonnage. There will liso be
various Improvements introduced into
tbe new vessel, resulting from the experience guined from lhe "Olympic,"
which vessel will also be altered at
un early date, with a view to uiak -
ing her tbc safest ship iu thc world.
The general structural chuugeB will bo
very lew, the strength of the "Olympic" under all weather conditions hav
ing proved entirely  satisfactory
Tbe inner skin will consist of heavy
plating, well stilleued, extending for
more than half the length of thc vessel from the watertight bulkhead iu
front of the forward boiler room to
the after end of the turbiue engine
room, the inner skin lieing strongly
connected to the outer shell  by  loug-
Head Blown Hit
Grand Forks, B.C., Sept. 2'1.— Wal-
,ter, the 17-year-old sou of I). Cooper,
! a north fork rancher, had tbe top ol
hiB head blown oil yesterday afternoon in a gun accident and lustautly
killed. He was with u younger broth
er, but so far the young lad bus uot
lieen able to give an account of the
accident. The body was brought to
this city und Coroner Kingston will
hold an inquest tomorrow.
Sheet Music and all kinds oi
Small oMusical Goods
itudinal plates and ungles and spec -
side were rested ou the [oul Hey-j'allv "tronK connections at bulkheads
nolds for the visitors also remaining und watertight divisions. The space
out ol the game until his heud wus °
bandaged. Hay kept to the centre of |*'
tield aud the whistle blew with 0
ll.
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
letween the outer     and inner    shells
be tlie width ot tbe web flumes
at present in the ship, und this reiu-
M.  R.  pressing.   Score three uil. |forced    structure      will run from  the
Third quarter opened with Reynolds ' l"ak top, i.e., from the top of the
back at play, aud all Hevelstoke jnl,loul'le bottom, to a point, well above
the held; Revelstoke pressed, Wood-'thc loa(1 Wllter linc- In u'l'l'tion, an
land was working haul behind the extra watertight bulkhead will bo in-
C.N. goal, but the visitors Intercept'troduced, and several of the existing
ed the pass, Changed rapidly trom de ' bulkheads carried up
fence to attack, carried tbe ball witblle''k-
them down the Held and Wilson scor
id  fnr the  fitltors,    Oh resumption of
pla]   abeam grabbed tht ball   from era
the start  of play,  and  iwice the C.N. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
H    goal   cieiired.    A   long   I'a-s shifted   always had   paramount consideration
jdiiy   to  the   ltevelstuke  heiidqiiartors
but the defence ware there, Don Cald
Site tor New town
Colden. B.C., Sept. 21—The Caua -
diau I'acilic Railway Company thru'
Mr. Jumes Dull, the C.P.H. townsite
agent, hus purchased tifty odd acres
of the Oswald J. Curtis (arm, situated on the eust side of thc Columbiu
river ut Urisco and will lay it out as
tbc C.P.R. Kooteuay Central Hallway
townsite of Urisco. Mr. K. J. Scovill
financial agent, acted for Mr. Curtis
in closing the deal.
This is an ideal location for a towu
Iwing situated in tbe centra of one
of the best fruit and mixed farming
dintricts in the upper Columbiu Valley, at the foothills of the Rocky
Mountains, und commanding u mag -
nilicent view of the Selkirk range and
especially Mount Ethelhcrt, which is
oue of tbe highest pculis in Southern
British  Columbia.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay=More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Talking About New Styles
to tlio  bridge
Pollards at Opera House
The I'nl,in-1 Juvenile Opera Company has been hooked bj Managers
AUwood and Tupping for an engage
menl uf one night, Sutiirduy, Sept.
'IHlti, in thoir latest success "Surge-
nut  blue."
lu secunug ibis attraction tbe looal
theatre managei s have booked a win
ner. The t'ollurdH are now ou Iheir
tilth world tour aud tho owners of
this famous organization promise the
very   best talent  which  Iiub over  Ireen
brought out under thc Pollard name,
A line ol magnificently produced mus
leal comedies uud operas have hocu
prepared aud the tour is already pro-
I uounced a great luccess. The tour of
this continent will open iu Seattle on
August 26th und will comprise all ot
tbc principal towns In Canada and
the  United  Statos.
A special cllort was necessary in order tu secure this attraction fm- this
ami good values in Sui's
for young men, you should
Bee ibe elegant
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
W c nre wiling .it
$25.00 $27.50 and $30.00
also the largest an.l fillet
showing ol Mens Clothes
in Tweeds and Worsteds .ii
FROM  $17.00   TO J30.00
We partli alarh Invite >ou
to free llu-
Special BLLE SERGESUITS
At $25.00 and $30.00
+'rf-
\ McRae Mercantile Co.
OCHK)<KK>CKK><KK><H><HKH>l
lhe  hooking
Needless to sav, the     introduction
I these provisions involves tho owu-  ^J "mi «" '°Cttl managers arc
in    enormous    est, but In the "tied to ...uch praise '
'White Slur bine the safety of life has   of this clever     company of     juvenile
'staiH. The company Included Teddy
The "Olympic" will be scut to Red .JMcNamera, Willie Pollard, Ivy Moore,
last  tins winter for  the necessary al-   M»y l'olUr'1 ^^ WilB0U' Bthel Nu>'
1
Trainmen, make your headquarters
und Reasonable I'm ev    I.n
litre,   Quick
|    i'l   ,1      lllll.
A. Ci. TIIIAKISON,
afv.ee    int" i Cleanliness
-Wc NtYti Met i
Manager
whieh  Wl
up     I"
ir got pie-HeMiirn., some ijuick passing
' '.r.iupht piay Into the mouth of visitors goal, Abeam jumped at u high
l',is< intended for  C.N.R.   defence,   and     uiiiauim'     uiu  nan.**,   .v.rv.  .»  ...... |
j slung  tbc  ball   into the net.   Revel-'in the     early     stage ot building, on,
stoke vtrt pressing when thc whistle Weill's Yard at Belfast,
teiatli'li I,
respects
which  has  boeU  decided  upon  lor tho
"Britannic" the latter vcswcl is now
bring her in all   'ol   """'' McCurmlck,  Nellie  McNamu
all  of  them  In  thoir 'teens  but     all
veteran  performers at that,  having
Ireen irained by thc Pollard system
since childhood.
ALL THE   TIIVLE J
ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
J.GUTBAEBEE $
f C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR ? WEDNESDAY ■  SEPTEMBER 25,  IMS
THIS.  l&J±TT-,-T3:-J31Tljk.Ts-n,  REVEliSTOKE
VKHNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1012
fr'-
COAL   COAL   COAL
'.  and we are fully pre-
: y your requiren enes « itli anj
kind oi coal,   'ine your order early.
=^
BANKHEAD COAL
$10.50 per ton
10.50 per ton
L0.50 per tun
8.75 por ton
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! ETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL SOFT COAL
ning coal   9.50 per ton
Coal 11.00 per ton
BE SURE AND OKDEK EARLY
i he Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
^:
mi.nibs. April i  to August I,  1011, lit
l'S3,7i)3      pen         During .Inly there
iv ire 34,898 arrivals ns against     28,-
m lil tor Julj  l i i  yeai,
WANTED
WANTED A young girl ahout twelvs
years nl age, to take charge ni n
i.ii'.v ouch .lay ol Hi" week, exeepl
Sundays, \ good Job mid liberal
pay tot il, iii'lit girl. Apply to
Mull Herald,
Sals
j
WANTED—Furnished house
ment. Apply Mrs. Kelly,
City,
or
Apui't-
Box  216,
Z\:c flDalUlbevalb
PUI •  •       SSDAV  AM
tJATCKDA.   AT
HEVELSTOKE.  B.   C,
jnunoc ipubltsbtni) Company,
Limttod
j. K. JOHNSON, Mntvager.
RALPH  i '     ["ON,  Editor,
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
With       . . ■      m     ..: Ke.
. .-■   . .....     '       uppoi   .....y  i"
■ ■•   th       ., ; ■   .'al uf u  Monej    Bj.
law ; sum ol flU.OOO to he
. additiou to  Ui..' ma.n
Keveli toke
■.it-:
.1^ most  ol th    rate] ayers are uw-
are,  I . ,   •   ■ ,:-. a     Into
town d i thi       ek,  hy an s
:. .      recent i ict made
. t ,i     .ii   ,i
i ■.,-..     ..   I...     [Uunt tj
,1 thi   eight '.i.'ii
::,.■..ii is now   luBUtnctenl
.. ater winch the daily re
rement     ■■  ;;.,   city und  the C.P.
ind.   It is  theretorc  proposed
inch  high pres
. le the pre
nt dn, and  bringing     the
ti city,
•     at  the -..nice ol
pipe   tn
nti   i he City; and     tho
i: a.n     « .11   till   ; 11
ipplj      lur
. thei pears
Toe inna itants ol  Revelstoke,    Jc
, . :.. ol  watei
it r household and lawn and    garden
;  .:, rce is un-
. 11   ..-  .... reason  why any
,:,, ii  we have at
, .:    . il  thc millions ul  gallons!
■ ..  £  ivit) system
streams.       The
i.,. at tlie lowest
;   --    i  , ..    tbi      ■ ■■   ratei thej
.» un-
iry Ior us ti -.uue
■   art.cic.
'
.a turn oul
ge of tin      Bj
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ftp ban Winkle
lined
lip \ an Win
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peai    evident   thnl   I he   Uhertn  crop
!• .        . i ii I  iiuunt ,i y
und high quality.   It  will  he b pro
fltahlc crop to the farmer, and    thus
a useful crop  to the  business men.
Thc Southern Alberta wheat crop
runs from 20 to 25 hushels t.i the
acre und oats from 75 t.i s.i bushels,
There is practically uo cutting tor
eei! .ii that pari ol the province. Bar
ley and tlax have huth show* up well
The far Bouthern ond ol the province
will have tho hauiier yields, hut all
thc south wlll have retiBon to lie
psond ul its Bbowing.
The northern crop Is Bllghtly     be
himl the southern crop in dale,    hut
If anything hohlnd  It  In quant-
tj   and   quality,   Accurate   Intormu ■
i ui concerning  II   la somewhat  dilfi
cult to obtain up to tho present beol the large percentage ol grain
which still remains uncut..    However,
in ■• heal the north ivi.I hold Its own,
while in oats  I harlej it  maj  even
hi .-  Bupcrior ret urn-  to the     more
Bouthern     yield.   This,  Is,     however
n ..I leal us yet.
Thc labor nnd binder twine situation l. is been     Bnl Isfai torily  Bolved.
Threshing will soon be general,    and
11 looks as though there would be no
nn.Ine  diliiculty   In   completing      the
r J .mi y  Herald.
Manueuvres a farce
Cumin idge, Imiii'.. t cid i ■ ■ h
■ i-i avi.ition appurcntlj <s tu
revolutionize warfare. An ollicial
announcement was issued tuu.jjht
that ilia! at my manoeuvres had uut
been abandoned and that ., mllltarj
conference would be held heri tomorrow morning to adjudgi the n
and explain  th. . E opera
This   ni in laing ,-,i ual ion has ai
from  the    (act   that    rival     ai
have   leached  a Sort   ■■!   slalniate.   11..
iQg   to   effect .ir   a.l   BCOUtlmj .   ent
i constant change <•;  tactics no broad
plan ol   acl ..u   I,.i ■   :>i. n  poSSi tie.      A
ui   iiiiiiiii
iiuitlit todaj .it  various points,
when   the  da]   closed   thi
armies were   t...    in
thai   neither  was able  t,.
and  ihey  «,
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Tenders Wanted
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned, will he received at the
City Hall up to 8 p.m., on Monday,
September 30th, 1012, for distributing
aliout 8,000 (eel nl twelve mell wood
stave pipe, Irom the city Reservoir to
Bridge Creek,
The lowest or any tender uot  neces
Barlly  accepted
BRUCE  A,  LAWSON,
City Olerk,
1st   issue  Sl pl     l.'ull,  2t.
The entire furnishings of Mr-.
Uglow's homo, 4th Street, Hast,
will be sold by Public Auction
on
THURSDAY, SEPL lh
at 1:30 p.m.
Consisting of two Iron Bedsteads, complete; 1 dresser, 1
stand, j chairs, 1 square, several pieces first-class oilcloth,
diningroom carpet, buffet, oak
dining table, chairs to match,
complete parlor furnishings,
beautiful lounge, two heating
stoves, fine steel range, kitchen
utens Ms, 1 Ic, etc.
This is only a partial list of
the bargains which must be
e'eared.
PIANO   LESSONS
Professor  A.   DoFeo,  ol  Revelstoke,
.intends to start piano lessons on the
1st. ut September.
This year the teacher will prepare
with special care 11 class of young
pupils for the McGill Oonsorvatorlum
of Music of Montreal. All the ollicial
books containing the studies und
pieces required for the examinations
will he gotten a-otvi the general secretury of McGill University.
Those who are willing to take      up
the course may call at thu teacher's
residence at the corner ot Second St.
and Railway Ave.    Phone No. 202.
1st Issue Sept. Tth
NOTICE
Tenders Wanted
AUCTIONEER
Sealed Tenders addressed in the
ilgncd, wii bo received at the
1 : \ Hall, up to s o'eloek p.m., on
Monday, September 30th, 1912, for
digging aboul 8,010 teet ol trench
Irom Bridge Creek to the Oity Reser
voir. Plans aud specifications are on
1 view  at   the  ('ny   Hull.
The lowest   .11   any  teni.'!   nut   i.mi'm-
surlly  accepted.
BRUCE A l.WVX.'K.
Oltj Clerk,
I t  issue Sept. 25, Jt.
,N U'i' 11' K
lievelstoke   I..Hid   Bistrict.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I. l.ana A. Blondln, of Halcyon, lt. C, occupation
.Married Woman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
descrlhod  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
thc South boundary oi and. CO chains
West trom the South Kast t'orner of
Lol 1872, Group une, Kootenuy Dls-
trlct, anl marked "l.ana A. Blotvdln's
North-West Corner Post"; thence
south Jn chains, thence cast 40
chains, thence north 20 chains to said
south boundary nf said Lot 7872,
thence west along said boundary 40
.•ii,mis innl,' oii.'ss to tin. point of
commencement contuining sit acres
more or less.
Dated September 23rd, r.n:'.
LANA  A.  BLONDIN,
Per A.   S.  Blondin,  Agent.
: t It    m Sept. 28.
Uevelstoke Land District.
District of Wost Kootenuy.
Take notice thnt I, Adelard S,
Blondln, of Halcyon, II. ('., occupa -
tion Shipwighl, intends to apply for
permission lo purchuse (he following
described  lands'.
Commencing nt u post planted 20
chains south ol a point in the South
boundary of Lot 7X72, Croup One,
Kootonay District, which point is
distant -411 chains West from the
South Must. Corner of Bald Lot 7872,
and marked "Adelard S. Ulnmlin's
North-Bast Corner Post"; thence
-1.uth lu clinins, thence west, 21) chnins
thence north 40 chuius, thence east 20
chain* io the point of commencement
containing SO acres more or less.
Dated tlie 23rd September,  11112.
ADELARD  S.  BLONDIN.
Agent.
1st,  issue Sept..  2-5th
NOTICE
Rovolstoko I.nn.l  District.
District of West Koot.cn iy.
Tako notice that   I, ,1,1111 rlatlsu S.
Blondln,   of   Montreal.   Que.,   nee ip 1
tion  Merchant,  intends  :., apply    tor
permission  to  purchase  the  foiii wing
described lands:
Commencing at post, plain.'I 40
chains south from n point irt tlle
South boundary id l.ni i^i2. turnip
(Ine, Kootenay District, which ,s dis
taut from tho South East Coiner of
said Lot "S72 1,11 chains, nnd marked
" Jean Batise S. Blondin's North
East Corner Post"; thonce south till
chains, thence west. 20 chains, thence
north t.n ehains, thenoe east 211 ciiains
to the point of commencement, containing 120 acres  more or less.
Daled Boptember 33rd, 1012.
JEAN   BATISE   Blondin,
Agent,
lat   Issue  Sept.   25th
Smpress Jheatre .
One Night Only, September 28, 1912
Wm. E. Loraine's
Superb
Production of
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I  etion     of
"Rip Van Winkle"    al  the '■'
theatre  ,'or  oni   I   ■'•'   ••    .       ..turd iy
ti mbei  28th   -'"-its are now sell ,
• M/H-donaM a drug itori
Tlie Crop Situation
. Herald's i rop reporl
,  | ■   relief  an I
: .   th"   husin. .nitlr-st
.;.   '   ■ crfBtl
■ nl it now ap-
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During th" in .i   n   nl »pt
to A
141 an   ed at i
,   i nltt :     '   ■
j figures iho*  uu Incraaai   ..i    IS   pst
.. ir    i   compared  with thow  ol tbs
itiths oi i he    laBt flu-:
...      .ii    which
ports nnd  r.4,>■ 11   Iron      'he      I
.tui..', niak.ng a t«Ui Ior the  'lour
With Chas. J. Conklin and Miss Dixie Loftin
pported by a Sterling Caste
Absolutely   the  most  Perfect Production Ever
Touring Western Canada
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Elaborate Coslunws, Special Scenery and Effects
i
Prices.   $1.00. 75c. and 50c.
Scats on Sale Bl  C. k.  Macdonald's Driii^ Store.
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch, 1'+ inch to 3 inch
Dry Cottonwood
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Ste for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Street and Smelter Track
FULL  LINE  OF  GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
SnilllliiiH
Harness Makers
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $1.5,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
limits on tho principal cities
in the [ollowing countries issued without
delay:
Africa
Cuba
Macedonia
Ruts!*
Arabia
Denmark
Malta
Servia
Argentina
Republic
Egypt
Manchuria
Slum
Armenia
Finland
Mexico
Siberia
Aiiritrnliii
Formosa
N'-w Zealand
Bouth Africa
AuRtrut-H
anBury
France
Norway
Spain
Bcluil,n.
CiTiiiHtiy
Panama
StrultK SettUmrntt
Brazil
Or cere
rrr*,U
Sweden
Uutgnrto
Holland
Peru
'     '   '1     i   l'.Ul'.'
Ceylon
Iceland
Philippine Island!
Syria
Chill
tndiu
Poland
Turkey                 87
China
Italy
Portugal
United Staten
Crete
Japan
koumanin
Weat li-'i. ■. ate.
These drults run he drawn i
tncls, roubles, etc., according
are pnynhle.  Tliis enables the
n sterling, francs, nun lis, lire, kronen, yen,
to the money of the country in which they
payee to obtain thc exact amount intended.
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH--F. Nl. GIBSON, MQR
N,\ki'si' Branch, ll. I,. RoTnwitLf,, Manager.
2 JUST   OPENED jj
1 THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House        j*
|i        Only  White   Cooks [Employed
^* Have had 15 years experience as a caterer •'£
%   k
Regular $5.25 Meal Ticket for Five Dollars.;
1?   ili
S J. Pappos and J. Ghitsas,
MticKcnzio Avenue, Revelatoke, B, O
^^^^St.^^^a«^^^sn.^^^ss»^^^».a»a.8»a»
Proprietors jg
8
WIII1E STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
KOYAti MAM, 8THA.MKR8
SAILING RVHKY SATUBDAV   MdN'lKl-.M., QUEBEC, UVHRPOOL
l.iuxtoi unit i im.> m,„iiiiis in in Canada- Only Pout Dayi al Sea
New im,. bcttw New Twin Screw
S.S.LAUREN1IC   isoootohs   S.S.MEGANTIC
Sails Urt. 12 and 26. Nov. 9 and 23 Dec. 7
Elecliii Klcvatora, Klerlrii Heaters, Skilled Orcheitra, WlrelaM and Dttp
■   , -.i,*ii.ill..ik Apiaaratua.
Comfort at Moderate Rates by Excellent One-Class III) Cabin Service
S.S. twin-Screw TEUTONIC
,i.SJ fi-ol loan,    is,null li. p,
Sails Nov. 2nd. and 30th    Dec. 14
S.S  Twin-Screw  CANADA
514 leet long
Oct. 19,   Nov. 16   Dec. 21
Company's Office, Room "B"   Bailey   Building,  Becond ninl Cherry
Streets, Seattle.
A. G. BROOKER, Agent Canadian Pacific Railway, Revelstoke, B.C.
Eye Sight
In KettiiiK your eyes suited, demand ability, reliability and
above all, demand experience. Having made arrangements with the Taube Optical Company, of Calgary and
Vancouver, to have have Dr. S. L. Taube, Eyesight Specialist of the Taube Optical Co-, who has had 42 years experience in the profession, to visit Diamond Hall regularly,
If there is anything wrong with your eyesight, don't fail
to consult him. AH work absolutely guaranteed to suit as
tested.   WILL BE AT DIAMOND HALL ON SEPT. 24th and 25th. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 19lfi
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  BEVELSTOlKE
1YEDNE8DAY, SEPTEMBER 2,',, 1912
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
90b
$ 3,000,000
3,000-000
23,077,730
27,457,090
33,090,192
Has 83 Blanches In Canada, and Agents and UorroBnciuioi.it, it. uil
the Principal Cities In the World.
A QINBHAL UANHINQ BUSINESS. TRAN8AC I 1 .■
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BLANCHES
Interest allowed ut lunhtist ourrent rate.
Revolstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
1911
* 4,000,000
4,(300,000
35,042,311
3b,8o4,6Ul
. . It Might Be Cold. .
BTJT
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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
[IJUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly tHtes to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor jj6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P- LBVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CSt, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan       .,;
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
FRUITFAIR
Sept. 23,2S, 1912
m
SINGLE FARE
FDR THE ROUND TRIP
Going Dates
Sept. 22 ■ 27
Return Limit
Oct. 2, 1912
m
For tickets npply to
Agent, Revelstoke
•MP
R. G.   MCNEILLIE,
Dist. Passenger Audit
CALGARY
Lunib
uniDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Canadian
Pacific Ry.
VJLCTOUIA
EXHIBITION
Ml .ill raatiianaMa.a.naaaaMina u ■..   ■■
Fare from Revelstoke
to Victoria and Return
$14.75
Going dates Sept. 21-26
Final Return Limit
Oct. 1,1912
For Tickets apply to
Agent, Revelstoke
R.G. McNEILLIE
District Passenger Agent
CALGARY
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
lieforegbuying your out-
lil of working clothes
lor the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Punts, >Sox, Shirts
Plankets and everything
reauired in vour business.
Fruit Land:
FOR SALE
Galona Bay lande in parcels of
10 or 20 acrep or en bloc. L'nrrHH-
ponilonce invited,
John Shaw, Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheefer Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING,   Agent.
HABVBTt, McOAR'iKh
AiNU fiNKHAiU,
Bar rli tern,  solicitors, l£tc.
Iiui ariai bank Building Rovsl-
■tokt, u. u.
Money tu l_.oan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   0.,     aad
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Ueo. fc). MeCarter,
A. M. Piuklutni, J. A. Harvsy
Revel«UA«. Ciar.brook
HUBERT  BM1TH,
Provincial i^and  Suveyor,
Miaing Surveyor,
Kngincerini
McKMNZlE AVE.,
BOX   10€.   REVELBTOKE
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
illCHlTKU T.
P. O. Box HI), Revelsloke, B.O.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.  ai A.  F.
and A. HI.
I Regular     meetings tuu held In MAU
ION1C TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'      Hall
1 oo the Third Monday hi each moutb
ut  h ii.  in.     Viaitlng brethren      art
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON, Secretary.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   .AiBBRT     ST03STE      JPPLO-F.
Central Hotel
; Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Kuinigi-il   and Improved.     FlrSt*01SM in every raipeot.    Al) modern convenience!
l..u,'i' Sample Koomti.
Hat. o 412.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
-J
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satislaction guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming's Transfer
building. Second Street
COURT     MT.      BEUB1E,    No.  Uil.
OF I. O. P.
Meet* lo I. Us O. P, Hall next   to
Tappiug'g Opera House every  eeconu
and fourth Monday in month.  Visit
ing brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   B.   CAMERON,   Hec.-Stc
O.  W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. lit
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednes
daya    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     V lilting Woodmen art
cordially invited to attend
A.   J.  WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMES  McINTYRE,   Clerk.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,  1.  O.   O.  F.
Meete every     Thursday evening   ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren  cordially invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Sec.
E.   Q.   BUKRiDGE
Tinsmith Repair*, Hot Air, Plpa
•nil Furnace work
UNION HOTEL.
AUKUWHKA1), B. C.
Hpecial Attention given to commercial
men and tourists, liml clum sainplt
rooms. Fluent scenery in British ('olumbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
-WORK    SHOT
Connaught  Avl   •    llovolatokvj W. J . Ugh tbUfl.e, PfOp
MINERAL    ACT   NOTICE.
Spenlow, Jorkins aud Park Fractional Minerul Limine, situate io tbe
Trout Luke Mining Division ol Weat
Kooteuay District. Where located :—
On Great Northern Mountain.
Take not.ee that I, O.D.N. Wilkie,
acting aB agent lor the True PlMttre
.Mining and Milling Company, Limited
Free Miners Certihcate B947H6, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder Ior ii
Certihcate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of thc above claim.
And further take notice that action, under section li, must be commenced before thc Issuance ol sueh
Certilicate of Improvements.
Dated tbis lMh day of July. l'J12.
O.   B.   N.   WILKIE
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ol    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   O.
Meets every Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday ol each month     ln
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
F.  W. TERRY, O. 0.
O. H. BROOK, K. of R. * 8.
if. ui r
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coul at Coursior's.
Robbins' Lethbridge coul is unsurpassed.
All Robbins' coul is cleuu screened
Lethbridge lump coal.
Four cars of small briquettes now
in. Positively tbe best coul for summer use, clean uud economical. Revelstoke  Geueral  Agencies,  Ltd.
Thc best all round coal on tbo ti ar-
ket is Robbins' Lethbridge coal.
For lasting quality use Bobbins'
coal, ono used, always a customer.
Full supply of Buukbcud coal uow
In, Advance orders beiug taken. Delivery guaranteed. Rovelstoke Geueral  Agencies,  Liiuilad.
Clean, smokeless, iurnaco lump uud
uut coal at Coursier's.
Buukhuiid coal iu uil sizes, broken,
egg und Btovo. Revelstoko General
Agencies,  Limited.
-Make out your ordor for your Win-
tor's supply ol coal. Wo have the
goodB on band and will deliver ui
your owu convenience it you send in
your order early. Revelstoke General
Agencies, Limited.
MUSIC—Miss Johuson, pupil of A.
Miller, F.R.A.M., London, Ib prepared to tuke a limited number ot pupils tor tuition in music. For terms
apply at the residence of J. K.
Johnsou. first house west of tbe bos
pitnl.   First  street.
NEWS FROM FAR ANO NEAR \
I t
\*-%**s*Tb%AV%+'%*+*++'V+%^+*%*^+%**)-%r*%\ *W
The United States officials have from Australia, on the way to Mexi-
releused the Canadian salmon lishing co Oity, where he hoped to conrlude
boats sei/i.l last month uear Point tentative negotiations with the Mad-
Hoberts, Wash. It was discovered eio government, he Baid, tor the con-
that no law covered their alleged struction of two Dreadnoughts and an
offence. ' armored cruiser.   He  would  not -dis -
With ouly uiue votes In opposition
Modiolus Hut hus passed a by-law
to raise $300,uUU for thc installation
of a uow water system aud liltt'at'.ou
pluut. This is the lirst unit ol a
syBtem capable ot supplying thirty
million gullons per day.
Prof. Motru, ot Broachia, Italy, has
suocedded iu removing a ueedle, two
and u hall inches loug, which au X-
ray cxumiuutiou showed truuslixud iu
tbo heart of u ten-year-old girl. Tbo
wouud wm> stitched up und the girl
is  recovering.
The Rev. J. E. Wutts-Uitchtield is
comiug to Canada ou u lecturing tour
on behulf ot the Chuich of liuglaud
Men's Society. He is the author of
many books, his two latest, " Here
und Heroufter," uud " Fishers ot
Men," are attracting cou=iderublo attention.
Barney Rey, a Winnipeg blacksmith, wus di owned lust week iu a
huth tub at his roomiug house al
1SSU James street. lt is believed
that ho tainted while in the water, as
wheu ho wus found un hour after -
ward bo was dead. Hey was Us
years of age uud unmarried.
Here's the road to comfort, a Vanished thirst, a cool body aud a ro -
freshed oue, the only way is via a
cool drink, at the .-.near Uowl loiin-
taio,  McKenzie Avenue.
I'lighty-uvo     per  ceut  of  headaches
are tho result ot eye Btruiu.     lt you
are  troubled  that  way  consult     Dr.
Taube, eye sight spociuliBt on Tues-1
day und Wednesday,  Sept. 24 and 25. I
'Jo prove the quality ol     Ho'iluus' I
Letlj ridge COttl| aUy one not aatlMlid I at his first sitting on  Sept.   17th iu
the cnpitul, and a heavy list ot cases
is promised
Mr. H. L. Druytou, K.C., successor
to the lute Judge Mabee as chairman
of the Domiuion Railway Commission
has started work on the offices uf the
Railway Commission. He will preside
w.th it may returu it.
No better coul than Robbins' Loth-
brulge coal bus ever conic to Revel -
Btoke.   To prove it, try it.
Remember tbe dute ol tho viBit ol
Dr. ri.L. Tuube, eye sight specialist,
at Diamond Hull ou Tuesday und
Wednesday, 24th and 25th ot Sept.
A FEW SNAPS—7 Roomed House
Third street, 5utt. Lot, yizoo.ou. A
modern House, Second street, ifSJU.du
Modern House, Connaught aveuue at
415UU.UU—RevelBtoke  General   Agencies
Sale! Sule !! Sale:!!—Auction: Auc
tion!! Auction!!', must be sold, H.
Manning bas instructions to sell tho
entire furnishings of the Uglow home
Fourth street, east, everything will
be knocked down on Thursday, Sept.
2r.th, commencing at 1:80 p.m.
PACIFIC RAILWAY
Provincial
EXHIBITION
Westminister, B.C.
0ct.T5J9l2
Fare from Revelatoke
to Westminstr and Return
$12.35
Gting Dates. Sept. 28. Oct. 3
Return Limit. Uct. 8, 1912
Further Information and
Tickets from any C. P. K. Ticket Agent
R. G. McNeillie
Iiisirn't Pasten tei Agent
Calgary, Allien...
Deep resentment is lelt iu China
over the UritiBh demand lor Tibetan
uutonomy. Muny ot tho Chinese
merchants in Tion Tsiu und othei
cities threaten retaliation Ior what
they regard as au insult and propose
to boycott all British goods entering
Chinese ports, according to a news
agency dispatch received recently.
The most powerful battleship yet
ordered is to be laid down In November by the Uritish Admiralty. She
is to lie 700 feet in length and is to
displace 3D,DUO tons while her high -
powered turbine engines are to develop a speed of 21) knots. It is reported thut the new vessel is to be
armed with 14 inch guns, the first
tried iu ihe Hritisb navy.
The department ot railways has received several tenders Irom British
and American firms for tbe construction ot a car ferry to run (rom Capo
Tornientine, N.U., to tape Traverse,
P.K.I. The plan will involve the taking over of the small branch line, the
Moncton and Cape Tormentiue, and
the increasing to standard gauge of
tho Prince Edward Island  Railway.
An Italian miniature ol the fifteenth century, entitled "Invocation
to all tbc Saints," has been stolen
from the t'l uny Museum ln Pans
The loss has caused consternation
in artistic circles as thc miniature,
which was licqueutbed to the museum by liaron Adolphe de Rothschild, was priceless. The theft was
noticed a month ago, but the news
only  became public last week.
Official DgUTM of exports and imports tor the first quarter of the current year to June M show a total
Canadian trade of $237,212,799, an
increase of *5'>,:i32.25ij over a like
period liiBt year. Imports for the
quarter, exclusive of coin and bul-
l.on, totaled $152,297,545 as against
$117,319,1.27, Exports totaled $76,-
266,7741 as against $54,624,400 tor the
lirBt quarter of 1911.
Vi. H. Uell, a representative of
Armstrong, Whitworth and Company
tho great Uritish firm of armorers,
arrived (n San Francisco,  last    week,
Plenty of Gnlt Lump Coal arriving.    Orders will hnve
prompt attention.
PHONE
A. Davidson, PH2j,2N
In front of Trinity Church, New York City.    Scene from "The Old Homeitead"
at thc Opera House, Friday, Sept. a;th
cuss details,  hut admitted that Mexico .s considering a new navy.
t'ii.e! o( Provincial Police Arthur
Sampson, who has during the past
yeur beeu head of thc provincial police in the Vancouver district, has
been appointed chief ot police in the
Allierni district with headquarters at
Port Alberni. With the rapid growth
of Vancouver Island thc new district
is expected to become ouo of consider-
al le importance.
Canada will pay oil a J«bt ol a
million and a quarter dollais in October. It is well able to do this, for
twelve millions and a halt more has
Come into the treasury since AprU,
than in the same period last year.
Five millions of dollars more have
been spent, but enough will be lelt
to pay off this debt and lay some -
thing aside to meet all other expenses.
Mr. K. Strachan Cox, u weU-known
member of tbe Standard Stock El-
change, died iu Toronto, last w,«k,
after a long illness. He suffered a
paralytic strock three years ago. He
was the oldest son of Hev. R. Gregory Cox, and was born in 1449. He
leaves one daughter, Evelyn. He
was a member of the Toronto Club,
the Ontario Jockey Club and the Albany  Club.
A powerful baud of Ch.neso puutes
have carried off the master aud chiel
engineer ol a river tug uud uro holding them lor ransom. They demuud
$20,000. The pirates hist lired u
volley on u lighter loaded with oil
proceeding up the West River uear
the town ol Kougmoou. Theii tbey
boarded the tug towing her aud Seix-
ed the entire clew, but afterwards r«-
leased all except the two officers.
Tho Impression thut Ambassador
Bryce will not retain bis post at
ttash.ugtoii muuy mouths longer persists .a parliamentary circles desp.u
the repeatc-d official denials of a
change. \S1ku prune Ulniatel As -
quith answered tbo last question ou
that subject, he- said merely that Mr.
Bryce would return to Washington,
aud resume bia dut.es in September,
wbich was not an entirely couviucing
deuial of au early change.
The government of British Columbia, remembering the ir.eu.i tbib pro-
v.'.f had in its early days in the late
Sir Ueorge Etieuue Cartin, bus decided to make a grant of $5000 to the
mud wbich is being collected ,n Moutrcal for the purpose ol marking the
centenary of the great Canadian
-talesman a b.rth by the erection ot
a monument m Montreal costing
$100,000 and to huve it ready for un-
ve.ling Sm;.ten r 6th,  1914.
This is a record year on tbo Intel
colonial Railway. The gross and net
receipts piom.se to ue thc largest In
lbe history 0£ the roud. The former
aiuoiiuts to more thau a million a
month, Loth passenger and freight
dcpariu,eut= doing a heavy business,
in the last tonight, tbe roiling stoca
hus been .ucreascd by nineteen new
locomotives. Much difficulty is being
experienced m securing rolling stock
owing to the difficulty it the Cauad -
ian cur  builders to hii orders.
Au onler-iu-couueil bas been passed
considerably enlarging the ooundan«s
of tbe game preserve in the Cariboo.
As extended tbo reserve will includo
.in o.' tbe country Irom the junction
ol the Clearwater und the Praeer rivers, theuce following the summit ol
the rauge on the west side oi tbo
Clearviuter to the headwaters of that
river, theuce easterly to the head -
waters of tho Little Smoky river,
thonce southerly to tho soutb lork
Ol the Placer uud thonce to the point
Ol  Motiimeiiceuitmt.
A  motion of censure on the     New
South  Wales government tor  its pro-
posal to appoint Mr, .Sen ltoiisen   to
represent  the itate  in  Canada,      has
tested     by  tour  votes.      Mr.
MetlSen has been in the United States
lor  some  in.,nibs,    having    just    re -
turned   by  the steamer Sonoma.  During   his   prolonged   absence   the     govei iini.ul was subjected to a lot of criticism for scud.ng bim awuy to make
enquiries     regarding    tbo Irrigation
'nn in the    United UtuteB.     it
illeged that it was a wasto    of
,'iibiic money.
The commission appointed  by  Uou.
Martin Burrell,    Minletei ol Agtfcul<
time, to Investigate a number of lm
portent matters pertaining  to    tho
choose uud  daily  induiij   ,„'  Ontario
and     Quebec,     Including  charges  oi
weight at  the port  of Montreal
.leu'h    raid  several     meetings.
[The commission is expected to   hand
in a upon to th» minister embodying its landing! und recommendations
at  nu  earl)   date, us tbe department
realising   ibe  urgvney of tbe  various
matters involved, is snxious to have
a decision     reached as soou as Doe -
libit. \Y. SEPTEMBER
1912
THE l&JLTTs-TTTilTlJ^TLiT),  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912
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with tin' objects herein before recited,
.!.    li Bhall be lawful for the     Bald
Mayor to cause anj   number of   de
bentures to be  made, executed     and
i Issued  tor such  sum  or  sums as  may
be  required for the purposes ami ob-
l   iSoecialtV  ^ecta afurct.atil IU'L exceeding however,
the   sum    of     Ten thousand dollars
uiu,.,.'..)  each  .ii   the  said  dobeut-
hits being ol the     denomination   ol
One  iln.us.md dollars *i .ixhi.uoj    and
all   such     debentures shall be scaled
e Alt the seal ol the Corporation     oi
DOMINION   SAWMILLS &   LUMBER the 01ty of Hevelstoke and signed by
LIMITED. 'the Mayor and City Clerk thereol.
  ]    2.   The said  debentures  shull  bear
Notlw   is hereby givcu that a meet- date tbo nisi day ol November, iu 12,
ing of the Creditors of Dominion Saw   and shall be made payable in twouty-
imll-  and  Lumber   I.united,   will      be  jive yours from the said dale iu law-
held at  tbe  Office  ol   Davis,   Marshall   [ul  money  ol  Canada at the  oliico  of
Macneill    ..-      Pugh,   i.lo,     Hustings the     Molsons     Bank at    Revelsteke
sue, t ,n the Citj  ol Vancouver,   ou atoresald,     which    place of payment
Mondaj   the 30th day of September,  shall be designated by Bald debentures
1912, al  the  hour ol  three o'clock    in   aud     shall     have  attached  to  them
tbc afternoon, [coupons  for  thc  payment of  interest
this   '.itli   day   ol   September,  and      the    signature  to  the  coupons
j muy bc either written, printed, stum-
1 pod or lithographed.
4.   Tin' said debentures    shall  bear
interest at  iho rate of live fii)     per
centum    per     annum from the dato
'hereof,   which   interest  shall   bo  pay-
1 aide semi annually ut tho ollico of lbe
Molsons Bank ai Revelstoke aforesaid
in  lawful  money  of      Canada on  tbe
Por a LiceUBO to Take and Use Water  First day of May and  tbe First day
Notice    is     hereby   given that    tho ' uf November respectively   in  each and
Canadian     Pacillc Railway Company ' every year during the currency thcro-
WlU  spply   fol   a license  to tuke    and. oi  and  it shall   bo expressed  ill    said
PHtJ   .Miners  Inches of  water out  debentures      and    coupons   to   bc    so
of    u small  Croek,     which  ItjWS  ,u a   Payable.
northerly direction uud empties into 5- it shall he lawful for tho said
Ulecillewaet Uiver near Twin Butte. Mayor to negotiate and soil the said
The water will bo taken at Twin \ debentures or any of them at the
Butte and wlll be used for railway current market rates,
aad domestic purposes on tbe land' 6- Por the payment of tbc said
described us O.P.R. Company's right debt there shall bo set aside and with
ol way. drawn each year during the currency
Thi i notice was posted on the of the said debentures irom tho uu-
ground on tho 2Sth day of August, nual current revenue of the Municip-
1912. The application will be liled in'allty us derived from the said water
the ollice of the Water Recorder at and light (elec trio J rates and charges
i.e.. I.-toke,   B.O, the sum     of  $274.00  and such     sum
Objection may he Bled with tbe said shall be transferred from the annual
Hated
1912.
Davis,   Marshall,  Macneill  &  Pugb,
Vancouver, B.O.
Solictors for .lana's 11. Stephens,
Liquidator.
1st   IsSUC   Sep.   21,   -t.
WATER NOTIOE.
A sensible fellow named Nash
With the crowd down to Howson's once dashed.
'Twas little ho. spent, but when homeward he. went,
He had bought some line goods for his cash.
A good nattired fellow named Flat,
Took some friends to his house whem he'd met.
His furniture was so swell, that they ali shouted
You got that at Howspn's, I'll bet.
'Well,
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C&
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s  Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Ninht Phone 40 P. O. liox 469
Phone 281
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Poor Joe one line evening £jot mad.
Told his wife that his chairs all looked bad.
She said vou should get them at Howson's my pet.
Wish you would, nov he does, and they're ylad.
Water  Recorder  or  with
trollcr ot Water RightB,
Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
the   Conit> - ' current revenue account aud paid iuto
Parliament  a Bpecial account to lorm a    sinking
' fumi lor the purpose mentioned herein
Canadian   Pacific  Railway   Company,
Applicant.
B,  W.  Hatcmaii,  Local Right of
Way Ajucnt, Vancouver, B. C.
First issue August  31st.
Corporation of the City.^us:
oi hevelstoke
7. Kor the purpose of paying the
Interest ou the said debentures as
same become duo and payable thero
snail he sot aside aud withdrawn each
year from tho annual current revenue
oi the Mndcipality as derived trom
s.ud water aud electric light rates
and charges the sum of »jl)u.ui) which
sum shall uo transferred irom the uu-
iiiiai current revenue account and paid
into a special account [or such pur -
POB0 and to be disbursed when aud us
tne instalments of interest become
duo.
8. During the cttrrenc) of said debentures the sa.d rales and charges
io the extent aforesaid .ball uot lorm
.ma ial   11 ■• au.:   ol   lhe
For goods that
For goods that
1 lowson's vou'll fin
you'll find a real treat,
arc sound, Strong and neit.
eep exactly that kind,
just the kind that no others can beat.
A policeman once said, Say !   I fear,
There's a lire by that crowd, il looks queer.
But he saw them all pop into Howson's tine shop.
Then he said, Oh! that's nothing new there.
No wonder so many folks call
At Howson's line store, big and small.
1 hs stock's a delight, while his prices
And vou yet a square deal there, that':
right,
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in tbe mariulacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cyMetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKfc SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you thnt the whiskeys we are
Belling are Hit* liest. Cull ami lie
convinced. No liousi'lloUl should
be wilhoul a supply of .m Harvey's Special Scotch WhiBkey; our
Frapin Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
oil years old or Blaokbcrry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stork
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold Iiy all
the loading hotels, ur i.l. phono
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Duaiort in Puro Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarottes
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Exhibition
Revelstoke, B. C.
esdey, Wednesday, Thursday, October 3-3-111
S5,OOQ 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
i.m    R.nlway   Rates--0ne and-One-Third   Fare
for   the  Hound   Trip   to the  Revelstoke Exhibition
MUSIC HY THE CITY     AND
SEE THE SPECIAL  PRIZES. KOR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
FROM  SURROUNDING  DISTRICTS
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Mail-Herald for Job Printing ^YRD^IESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 11)18
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  BEVELSTOIKE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1912
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. S- J*M*e 8i CoaMimited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS  DEPARTMENT
The way those 1912 Model Coats are selling, proves
to us that the style is right. As to workmanship,
fit and finish, we were sure of this right along, as
they are made by the best Coat and Cloak makers in
Canada.
Groceries and Crockery Department
FISH!   FISH!
Call and have a look at our table of Sardines.
A fresh stock just in, consisting of Crossed
Fish, King Oscar, Spartans in Oil, Concord,
in Tomato, Brunswick 3 tins for 25c.
SEASONABLE FRUIT
We have a large display of Fruit this season
and the prices are very low. Peaches, Cante-
loupes, Green Grapes, Red Grapes, Apples
for Cooking and Table use, Oranges, Bananas,
Lemons, Crab Apples and  l'lums.
Now is the time to leave your order for Green
Tomatoes, Ripe Tomatoes, Pumpkins and
Squash.
We have a car of Feed just in, containing
Wheat, Shorts and Bran. Specially low
prices on ton lots.
Marmalade
Large shipment of Marmalade just placed
in stock which includes Robertson's
7, 4 and 2 Ib. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 lb. jars;
Chiver's in 1 pound jars; Keiller's, 7 and
4 lh. tins and 1 lb. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's, 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 and 2
lb. Jars.
BARGAINS IN TEA
We are going to give you a   Bargain   in  our
celebrated Sunbeam Tea.
Red (good) per lb     30c-
Blue (best)     4»c.
For Friday and Saturday only.
Pound-Afterwards You Will Use No Other
iry
Underwear for Fall
Let us introduce to you our lines of warm Underwear which are particularly designed
for particular people. All weights in wo»l, 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
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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 ISDAY, SEI TEMBER
1912
THE ^AIlL-ELE.ElJLlLr),  REVELSTOKE
Wednesday, September 25, 1912
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REID & YOUNG
Call and Inspect Our
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REID & YOUNG
COMING EVENTS
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tetubei    ■   Rip    Van    Winkle,  nt
tl latre.
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Octo "..'.:  Opera  [j
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October 5th, 9th and 10th   Revelstoke
Agi    iltura Fall Fair
anJ Horse RaClD
Week • i.-   I i  o er   »—(Had -
Randall.
2S—Thi  Misso iri Girl at Em-
■■i theatre.
Job.-.- n-Flyna motion  pictures coming toon, Empress theatre.
Preserving Season
I'nr Preserving Fruits we haiiille only ihe best. If you wish to procure such fruits as cannot be beaten either in quality or price, we
would advise you to place your order with us. We will guarantee delivery of .til orders taken.
FRUIT JARS AM) RUDDERS
This season we are handling tbe celebrated .Mason Fruit Jars in Pints,
Quarts and hnll gallons. These Jars require no comment. They are
par excellence.
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Mrs. .1   Bhurman and - in, returned!
;;i lis    v lull
. ills.
Mi   an . Mrs. W.  E.  Mi-Laiichlin lelt
Si is,ni, where
.. *-e>-k ,.i the lair.
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Revelstoke Inside Property
Rt il Bstate is selling rapidly. Why nol get in before all the most desirable residential lots are taken up.-'
Last week we made several good snles to local buyers and it will only be a
short time before these lots are all closed out.
Call at our unite nnd net lull particulars, All our property can be snid
oil easy terms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Tin' regular monthly n bi Ing ol the
Mother's department will be beld In
t;. Meth '.imt church Thursday alter
noon ni :i 30. The subject tor d
Bion is "The Mother, The > lull and
I'ublic  School."
as groomsman. The happy
young couple niton.1 taking up their
r. sidence in tins city.
ni Monday night in the     Epworth
League meeting, Mr. Thos. Pagdln di
livel .1 ., very  helpful  address on ■ it
hip.   The  League  will  hold
- .inlay mora
Three  ten     tninuti
-  ■
the financial market he snid that
there was every appearance ol ample
money for all legitimate business pur
poses,—Calgary Herald.
Mr. A.U.it. ileum above referred to
was the first manager ol the Imperial
hank at Uevelstoke. He opening the
luink here over twelve years ago. ,
Recommends SEismograpli
Victoria, Sept. SO- Thai if the Dominion government Been Its way to
establish a departmenl of mlnos it
nhould include a branch devoted to
seismology, was the text ol a retrain
linn passed by the Canadian Mining
Institute In session hero in,lay. The
mntter arose following n lecture by
l'\ Napier Denis,m. the local government seismologist, In which he proved to the satisfaction ol his hearers
that a relation existed between the
earth's tremors and colliery disnstors
Mr. Defiison exi>laniM'l to the Institute
n new seismograph which ha has in
vented, which records nol only world
shaking earthquakes but also move -
ment- of the earth. He has discovered through elaborate statistics that
the yours having the most colliery ilis
a teis arc those in winch the greatesl
number of earthquakes were recorded
lie also stated that i.search work In
this science might make possible In
the future the prediction ol earth
quakes and the extent of ares they
would cover, which would be of practical value in the construction o(
buildings. The convention concluded
today with a  hanu.uet.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Citron  now  in at  Mclntyre's.
If she snid "bring chocolates" she
means "Sugar Howl" chocolates.
Cantaloupes each ioc, Mclntyre's.
|    Dry  Birch  firewood  in  auy  length,
at Coursier's.
|    Yacht brand canned salmon, per tin j
15c, at  Mclntyre's.
One gross of C.in Tills just opened
at  Macdonald's drug store.
LOOK HERB—High Class Kuiuish
oil's ol the Uglow home, Sourth Si.,
east, to be sold hy unction, Thursday
Sept. 2i,th, ut 1:80 p.m. H. Manning
a net i oncer.
Ohamoes polishing cloths, all sizes,
at Macdonald's drug store.
The "Sugar Howl" hot chocolate.
codec, and tea, etc.,  is unsurpassed.
The new ollice diaries for 1U13, now
on  sale  at Macdonald's   drug stoic.
The "Sdgar Howl Fountain]', like
Charlies Aunt, is still running. Wu
are still serving out to satisfied customers our delicious ice cream, BOdaS
and   Sundaes.
Coming in, a car of dry birch lire-
wood. If you require any, order quick
-II.   N.   Coursier.
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
GUNS
AMMUNITION
Ballots Are Burned
Ottawa, Sept. 20- A tale ol a ler
rtflc struggle in a polling booth term
inai ing In the death of one man and
the burning ol ballots is s.'t forth in
brief form in that usually staid document, the return ol tlio 12th general
election to the house of commons.
Thc tragedy occurred in one of the far
north polls of Bdmonton the constituency ,,f 11,,ii. Frank Oliver, and is
told ol In 'he ollicial record us follows:
"Poll No. 164. Poll wa. held ami
7"   I,allots   were   cat   for   Hon.   Klank
Oliver, but owing to n riot and the
death ot one man in the polling booth
and the alleged burning of ballots as
substantiated by tho affidavit of the
deputy returning ollicer, Frank Van
Canneyt, the returning officer did not
count the saiil 79 ballots In his recapitulation."
Mr. Oliver's total majority was !,-
22S. In view of the fact that all 'be
votes ut the poll in question were
counted lor bim. it is assumed   tbat
lhe pitched battle with fatal results
was put up by scrtitinizers ot thc othei s.de by ..onto wbo claimed that
their ballots bad been tampered with
At all event-, the record is the most
unique ever appearing in u parlia -
sntary dootunent of the kind.
The  Hlack  Key  Study  made her sad,
Her time  wus wrong,  ber tune was
bad;
She suul good bye to all the fuss,
And   bought a tlourlay Angelas,
At the  Itevelstoke Music Btore,
Large photograph pictures of the
King and Queen, Duke of Connaught,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Mr. Borden,
at Macdoualdjs drug store.
|   Thc "Sugar Howl" Luncheonette is
now  running In connection  with      our
soda  fountain.    Ladles  will find    here
a comfortable place  to got an atter-
1 noon     cup of     tea, chocolate, coffee,
1 beci tea and light  refreshments.
TO RENT—Bight room Dwelling on
Lot 100x140, Apply Chas M. Field,
first Btreet, telephone Sos. ts and
ats.
Full SALE Young Pigs. Applj to
Mrs.   II.  li.  Mitchell, Sicamous, B.O
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
...
me on  Fri-
ve t
•t uu,; ling     In
Jue. Howson. who went t,   >  ..  af)
:        . ith the     li
.
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tti    J    «
Rev H t     a
fi H-Ti.l-  in tl
a laUinbci  ol Bei *.
,. aus.    His   ■
- ■
The  -'..ii.■  Sei >
church     on     -
entj
The
.11 til
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% last.    1
lent ol the show deserve crcd
.
Tiie Old Homestead
Othei  plays may come and go, but
Old   Homestead,  like  Tennyson's
tined apparently,    to
a  lot ever."   At  anj   rate     it
t allow   mj  -.. ii - ol fall -
IbliC   lavor.    Twenty Bix
years rvici  lor the play bave nol
rest  nor diminished In
,   [ta fine mm.
ipulai lty. li appeals
leav
Rii b good
and old, find in .t a
ng ,/f joy and  insi
I chai Ity, of
, .,, unalloy-
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'.lU'l.t .
A.E.S.
Tailoring School
1 have opened ati Ka«y System
Tailoring School ami Dressmaking
Parlors iu the rooms over Mac*
don uld'a * 1*1 drug store
All orders frnm the Uadjes <>l
Kevelstoke will have my beet
alreution.
Catherine Goodwin
omestead
Including Great Dnulile Male Quartet
<Jl Strong Play, Something Extra
OPERA HOUSE
Friday Eve., Sept. 27
Plan at Macdonald's Drug Store
.
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Vitiitelty o< Vancouver, tbc Provincial  cgipt u( ft uopuhir B0I
New Bank Manager
-   Wed
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Bews' Drug Store
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COLDS  AND   COUGHS
,               ■        nd   rough
hound li  nil let n            '- '■' a
Men' MjlitaR. Brushes
. . ,     . paii
	
to tr> OUl
Shaving Strops
.- no to Si.00 1 .,,'
129 Counh Remedy—50c.
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Shaving Brushes
25c. to S5.I    '  i
Razors
,'"l
• ■   ,i in t :, imi ird I'.
'i (tl i   Mi;r. mj;
Bews' Cold Tablets   25c
•ui,I if'
live rou  pminpl   ri
,i   !,. ii, ,i i ,u.i, mii nil or
Mi,ii, i   l'i lundi 'I
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BEWS THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Monthi
DERBY AND SOFT HATS    in lal
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WE , ' 1,1/1',   in  Mei      Shlrl
i I   I
Late       ing Suits nnd • I
I)n>i in v hen passing an I large   itot I
i   I pattei ns to suit (hi tidiou
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit Reform Clothing        Stff'ion Hals        Foot-Rite Shoes
ASK FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED FOLDER
Showing the wonderful   development taking  place
in the "City of Certainties,"
REGINA, SASK.
It gives a great de;il of reliable information of Regina and shows the exact
location of our New Subdivision there called
KENSINGTON
which is admitted by those who know Regina to be one of the best investments in the west in Subdivision lilts. Come in and see actual photographs
of Retina's handsome buildings. Dollars invested now will double in a
yeai's time and you can buy now at the opening sale price
$150 AND $175 PER LOT
Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
Six-Roomed Modern House on Fourth  Street, only  $2,200
Six-Koomed Modern House on Third Street, only     $2,000
hiKht-Koomed Modern House on Second Street, only  $2,300
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We have taken over the agency of the AMERICAN CASUALTY CO., of
Tacoma, ami all policyholders will kindly take notice that future premiums
are payable to us.
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co. ^
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue

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