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A*£mpipe" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   $C0
Interior Publisnmg Co., Agts.
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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS     I
Vol. 18   No  SO
KEVELSTOKE  B. C. NOV 20, 1912
$210 Per Year
IMPORTANT G. P. R.
ANNOUNCEM
Double-Tracking from Fort-William
to Revelstoke contained in 31st
Annual Report
"'I'lii'  in.,st  prosperous year In thc. linos botwMfl thiH timo and the cluso
When you use a stove purchased here you have absolute guarantee that you will get MORE heat and use
LESS fuel.
COOD CHEER DOUBLE HEATERS
ABSOLUTELY FILL THE BILL
Burn either soft or hard coal.   Made into a Self-Feeder
in a minute.    Built on scientific principles—Taking tlie
cold air from the floor, drawing it  through  the  stove
and discharging it through the heat duct.    .
TWO SIZES $25 and $27.50
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
Q^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
6 Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Or*ioe—Toronto,
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
Ontfc.no.
6,000,000.00
6,460,00o.00
6,460,000.00
$72,000,000.00
p.. ip.-il no.
Agents In Greal Britain nud Uuited States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago— first National Bank, Coin Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, Mau Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane— Bxohange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
V Deposit* of $1 and inward, received, and interestallowed .'
Q   current rale from datu of deposit.   C -rtmpondence solicited.
x     Revelstoko Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
o- ooooooooooooooooooooooooo
JOCKEY
A Line In  Misses and Children's
Sizes, just received
MRS. A. 6. CRICK. - First Street
company's history ia covered by tins
t.ieiiy-ilrst. annual report," Bald Blr
Thomas BhaughaeBsy at the Oanadian
Pacllc Railway's annaul meeting at
Montreal, "Tho gross operating in-
rimic i'\(ti.,1i.,| Jii'i.iioti, miel the net
balance, after providing lor Bxed
charges an.l making the usual deduc-
t, s,  being J33,752,000.
"Bach year there is apt to be some
damage     to the crops In one section j
ur another     ol a country so Vast as j
ours, nnil the cool weather and heavy
rains thnt were so general during the.
pnsl    few weeks   have, no doubt, bad
Iuui local eSeots, hut in Western Can-1
ada     there   is the prospect that thei
grain eropH will    be larger than was.
estimated  and ol particularly    good |
quality,      Unfortunately  the  weather
conditions   and the shortage ol (arm
help Interfered with the threeing ami,
as    a consequence, the movement ul
the   grain tei the markets will crowd
the    facilities    ol the   transportation
CITIZENS MEET
COMMISSION
And Discuss Conditions as
Effecting he Moral Welfare
of the City.—Law^and Order
Strictly Enforced—Meeting
Well Attended.
A meeting ol citizens wns called In
tho City Hull at 3:80 p.m. oi Tues
day tlm 18th, lor the purpose ol meot
ing the Police Commissioners and .lis
cussing complaints mude regarding
the enforcement of law aud order in
tho city ot Uevelstoke.
Mayor Sutherland occupied tho
chuir, Police Commissioners Abraham
the province of Saskatchewan and by son and Tremble were in attendance,
the end of 1914 the double track also some forty members of the public
should be c ompleteij mid in uso bo-! Alter hearing the views expressed
tween Fort William and Oaigary, a Mayor Sutherland read u report (rem
distance ol 13.W miles The extension the Chief of Police, slating emphat-
of the second trnck from Oaigary to ' ically that "no gambling gumes were
Hevelstoke, where the line crosses the allowed to exist in the city, that
mountain ranpes, will necessarily re-. law and order were well enforced and
quire most careful Investigation and that for months past there had been
study at the hands of our engineers uo complaints regarding the infract -
before n plan of operation can be ion of the liquor laws, that bars were
determined upon, but a double track clused ou Sundays, and that uever iu
t irougb thiB territbry is urgently re- the history of the city had there been
quired to meet lhc demands of lhe such a 'freedom [rom compluiuts or
trnflie    nnd  no unnecessary time  will   crime as during the past three years"
■ ef   navigation.       We   hope,     however,
to escape anything In the nature ol
serlqua congestion, and we have reu-
■on to expect that the grain tratlic
and tho general business ol the compnny during thc next year will he at
least ns largo as it was last year.
"A    second main line is now  being
laid    between Regina ntr.l Chaplin,  in
lost In the commencement and prosecution of the work.
REVELSTOKE
HOSPITAL
WINS $500
Mr. J. Muir, of Vancouver,
Makes Good his Uffer.-r'ub-
licuuon ot List in Kamloops
Slanuaro rroven and Money
iiuiu'lu UVer.
Revelstoke readers ol the Yuncouv-
ui papers will hu.e uoticed Irom
time tu Ume, articles appearing among the advertising matter of thc
Dally Hurl.I, signed by Mr. J. Mun.
of Vancouver, relating to a Controv- I
en; regarding ilie u.stnuution ot tbe
iiu.cruur Ueneral's bronze medals am
uug tlie public: sthuuis of this province,
.ui. Muir, a coast lawyer, nus lor
Iuui ycaie. past,  i.etii Cuiiylug    ou    u
campaign directed ui tt.e parties   re-
spuusiuie fui  ilie di.ili ...ul.uu ot these
ia..,.,..-.,   Ah., li  Campaign   1i..m   .atier,/ i
liia.ii ula t\ei,ic,Miut u.  u po.llical us
peci. uuring the controversy, witu
u i.t* io luuiiu.uiiug fume ui the
alleged misstatements contained    m
lue mutter puoi.bUeJ ou oeuaii ul Mi.
Udui.ul.ull   Depullliuul     u,
which  scarcely  could  have  even  been
dcscribi'd a "debt of honor."
The readers of this paper and the
public generally, will join with the
directors of our local institution so
benefitted, in expressing the opinion,
that whatever may be said by Mr.
Muir's opponents, he has well earned
the honorable title wc accord him,
"A game sport, and a gentleman."...
— ^j
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on goods is a qnality name. Imagine tlie
comfort in usiuga McClarj Slove, Simple to work, easy
ti> clean, and economical on Fuel.
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Shut Cuns, Bingle and de barrel   Winchei
hi, Remington end Stevens, i epeating Shot Guns, r-lmt.
Shells and i artridgeB, (all ling < oats,  > Bt-
trldge Belts, Gunl.overs, Game Traps, all sites
Groceries
l'resb Kippsred Herring iusi arrived, l'resb Iruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas, 11.iy, 1 lour and l'oultry Supplies.
Crockery
Butter Crocks, Bean Pots ami .Ihk-. ■■'! size*. Choice
China aid Glassware.
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid ti> Moil Orders,
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke.
Telephone No, 22
n
MINISTER OF MINES
B. C. Mine Owners' Association
Recommend R. F. Green.
Nel-on, Nov. 19—Tbe Uritish Co -
lumbia Mine Owners' Association at
a meeting here last -'ght, passed
resolutions urging the appointment ol
R. F. Green, M.P., a» minister of
mines. The association also advised
the continuance ol thc lead bounty,
(er an increase in the duty on that
metal and its products.
Muyor Sutherland, speaking as
chairman of the Police Commission,
stated that "he thanked those public
spirited citizens who had brought
these various matters forward.
The report ot the Chief of Police,
as read, showed that present conditions were satisfactory, aud that the
chiel grounds ol complaint referring
particularly to guinbliug during the
fair period, were temporary evils
which hud beeu removed, and would
nol recur. The report showed that
hotels und rooming houses in the city
were remarkably free Irom obaoxiuus
conditions such as existed in many
cities outside of Hevelstoke, and
whilst the Commission might he subjected to criticism ou points of detail
he speaking as one of the Commission
believed that their general policy had
the approval and support of tho sub
stantial majority ol the citizens. The
Commission would at their nest Bitting, go thoroughly into thc various
matters discussed, and would prob
ably publish a report as to their
Bndlng8."
The meeting adjourned at 4 p.m.
TIRED
•
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh vou with Us   bright,   splcj
flavor and iiagiuiicv.     Hold   In   1   lb.
lend packetget.
Price,
35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
W. BELL
»      P. O   Box 208           GROCER & BAKER           Phono No. 2.1
Nevvcombe Pianos and Player Pianos
Everything in Musical Merchandise
EDISON' PHONOGRAPHS
(Note Winnipeg Prices)—Standard Phonographs with 12 records
free-$48.50.    Express Extra.
OUR PRICE AT MUSIC STORE
■ McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke
Standard Phonograph!    ?3.'» oo
12 Amberol Records 7 80|«ianu received  , postcard signed
Muir,  ibe
B.   i.  uiou myu.i.u communication*j
juatifjring thnt tneihodi ot dlatriuut-l
iug UM medals, aud po.nt.ug out that '
i,..i    Itefta   ejl    tUC   n.UUVI*    lln.'l'l'oi      bad
ii jm lima to Host bean puunsnea m
' ilc Provincial hum, und  thai     the
rule!  l.ul   liej.in  fur   thc   distribution
Uad Men complied with.
Mr. Muir toot exception to tbe
biaieintiii icgmding publication, aud
iu the course ol a lull page ciplauu -
l.on I'Ui.i.obeJ iu tne World, anuoiiuc
ed lhal he nuuid give a reward ol
*■■ ■ to tlu HCftlMOaH Ueueiul Hos-
1 .i.i.. il putilu'ut.uu of tbc purlieu -
lai l.slii ic.eiicd to could he proven.
The matter being regarded in the
light of  a  politicul duel,  very    I.Uie
.;.!■.. i   wu arouaed ko (or as   thu
i  vvas concerned,   it  being    undei nt.iee.I  that  Itevelstoke  wua chosen
ua the leccpivul o.' tbe uiiered reward
)   b«CMM ti.<   li- -a. a. ial School
Convention lol   the  year  in  question
.. th.s c.ty.
Uut  name enterpnaing  tavouttgut.>i.
dn.co.ei.-1, that tla' Ual ot winners ol
the medal! for pi ool ol publication ol
wn.cb   tbe  reward  uul  oflered,     had
heen published in tbe Kuinloops Stun- I
durd  u!  thut  >Mur.  un.l  tb.a Information  was  brought to  the  ntteutiou ol!
Ul    .Mur ut tbc coast. )
I    int I .-..   Mayoi   Huth
tif
one  Muir,  -tail,-  Hint   "tbe reward
SUPT. KILPATRICK
TO RESIGN OFFICE
One of the Best Old-time Railway-
men—Is Famous in Mountain
section for bravery
e
Itevelstoke,   U.  0.,  Nov.   IC— luti- Ior the- superintendent.      At the time
mate  Iricuds here of Mr.  T.  Kilpat - ot the Roger's lass slide,  he not on-
rick, superintendent ol diBtrict No. 1 ly  directed operations for  thc rescue
the  L'.I'.H.  biitish Columbia divis of thc  men  who  were  curried  away,
ENOUGH   SAID   FOR
Delivered Free
THE   WISE
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST *!I0RT ORDER A»>D DINNER MOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, mnkcyom liwulquntteri litre.
mul RentoHible I'rict       Oh   I
A. O. TIIIAKISOIS,
lotal.. $46 80 hail been won, and uskinit to   whom
the  )        ihould        lil       Mr.  Sutherland t'   ,tc,l the mattei us u Joke,
I.Mt  t M.M.uuicutlon    over
I ...      Aim. tl une,    who got
hue)   ai .,'   i   i<
.      ' ".'li  pla'ed
■:  " ■   I!  ',• .stoke Vic-
lOdt. Th" dli
citore   h,.e     In i.led   t.,   ut.l.iw      this
metalline   n   nrnh   need
;      eelie   H)«tt|l l|I..U|-|l..Ut
Ml   llavi      nei
'  II    ,..   i ■". ti ir 1 >-.  at    thc
•am  tunc  (banking   b n    motl   le'iiit-
it ment at re-
iiir.k tervlcte   Pari     I
i rl il.    ' u.  n. ■■ ■ ati
ion, state that he bas tendered his
resignation aud that it may be accepted. Mr. Kilpatrick refuses to
make' a statement of any kind.
.Mr. Thomas Kilpatrick is knowu as
one of tbc best mountain railway su-
pcriuteu,bins in the country. His experience has heen mostly contiued to
this purt ol railway activity, and
there is none whom railwaymen will
rate above bim in thai respect. He
hus been u member ol thc O.P.R. stuli
lor years uud is prohubly one ol the
best   known  lailwaymeu in  tbe   west.
On  many  occusious   Mr.  Kilpalnck
bus rendered eignal service   to   tbe
railway company aud to individuals
.ii the -iueiidi.1 work done in connection with   anowilldei and    accidents
cuused ley avaiani'liiH. lie is considered to he u lirst-cluBB "buow" man,
uud one talented with u peculiar instinct in tbis respect. "T.K." can ulmost sm.dl a slide us soou us bc gets
into the danger lone," says the men
Who ure acquainted with him,     und
muny stories are told ol him in this
connection,
in. itisio WAS RAPID,
He taiti'ii with the o.P.B. during
construction days cutting ties uud
i.ii'i helping with bridge guugB in the
mountain lection, when the work was
h'i/..ii iioiui, an I where some ..f tbe
teal treaties Is tht world wero
built.    Later   he had   charge of tbo
main gang an.I Inun tliis hocame geu
iei bridge foreman lor the railway.
Ills etecutlve ability wus soon ap-
predated and be was givm further op
i .ii'iii.tv to ihow his skill in the
ng e,f nan.
i ...I,rally l.ie-,1 in thc mountains,
tbcie is not a tingle mun in thu sec
but  he  worked  with the gangs    hiiu-
GCll.
There is u sidelight to the regard
in which meu on the system hold him
in an incident told oi at that time.
Superintendent Kilpatrick wub in
Vancouver relieving General Superintendent Uustced when thc avulaache
that wiped out sixty four lives swept
down on the gangs clearing another
slide. It was the stormiest season
known in years, and the fact that th0
big slide came Irom a mountain
thought absolutely sab' made even
those whose lives had been spent
light ing the snow kin:; hesitate.
I There were manj among those
: workers caught I.y the avalaiichu that
T. K. knew well an.l had laboreel
willi in bridge gangs. They were his
Iricuds as well us his subordinates,
as Indeed are all on Hie system.
MAN Wilt) HAS NO KKAU.
The superintendent reached Hevel-
stuke alter    a laat ttlp lioin  Vaiinai
I vei  iii   Bnd a bllaaard   raging.   The
younger engineers   were timid ubout
, l  king   un   engine   with the superin-
i.a liiil'n car up to Qlacler lor there
! were wild repoi tB ol other elides having swept over thc track.  Theu, just
.aliout the time Kilpatrick was think
iug of running the engine himself, uu
old engineer, bis companion of curly
da;. . Volunteered und the superintendent arrived on the scene jusi the big
man thai, was needed to hold togeth-
j er and orgnni/tc the rescue work.
In  ihe    midst ol   rcBcuo operations ■
j the report enme to suprrintimleiit Kil
■ patriek timi a passenger tram    had
j been caught by a slide on tho other
I sido ol Hear Creek. All wires eastward
, were down and there were no linemen
SNOW APPLES
A choice assortment, per box
Gravenstein Apples, pcr box
Honey in half gallon tins, reduced to
C. & B. 7 lb. tins Plum Jam
$1 35
1 35
1 00
1 10
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Gut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Warm and Serviceable
WINTER OVERCOATS
In the Most Popular Styles and Fabrics
Just Received for Men and Boys
This season we offer a line, of
Overcoats so attractive in
fabrics and colorings, so good
in quality and in such a complete range of the newest desirable styles that we do not
hesitate to state that its equal
cannot be found  in the city.
McRae Mercantile Co.
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ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
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.MAaNA<;i.II       t-i I   tbe inin.mt oi an obligation,' t ion a ho .loon not have a good word j (Continued on Page Six).
JT. GrTJir BAEBEE \
C. P. K. WATCH INSPECTOR '
4^ •>%»**>'VV»»V»'a/*V»A*»*VV».V» %%-*■>%<% -%r4 ■WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER,  2).  191J
THE  l&j&TI^TttSrRJbJLJD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER,  20,  1012
tr
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FOR SALE
House and 75 feet frontage nn Mackei /.ie Avenue
$1200 down, balance to be arranged
House and Sil feet  Frontage on Fourth Street,
$2,900 ; $600 down, balance to be arranged
Three Lota just off Mackenzie Ave., in all 66 feet
frontage facing on Connaught Avenue.
The Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
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C!:c fl&afMberalfc
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   AND
i-ATl'Kl'AV AT
REVELSTOKI:. B.
gntcrtot publtsbtnfl Company,
Limited
j. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
HAI.I'H  ll.   BCRDTON,   Kditor.
v^M' -:
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 20, 1912
The nta ned in     d-espatrhus
trom i '-■ i ■■..., that i .i m mbet. K.f.
i,:.ei., ;,i,., has been chosen to sec
on : ad Iresa    :n  reply  to the
■  ti Irom the 'lur.em', at the eon
t, Ib a     compli
i g ,e( our represent   ■     ind t    thj   constituency
,-:  Kootenai     (Ve have uo hesitation
hat Mr. Green will ac-
ijuit .        II on I bis i   casion     In     a
mann i  worthy >■: the honor bestowed
upon him.
Thc .. st semi-annual meeting ol the
Revelstoke Progress Club, bold In the
Hall on Tuesday tho 12th Inst.,
*..»    meorked    hy an enthusiasm and
unai nising well lor tbe con
tinu  ;  pn spi i itj  ol  an organization,
the i oat hall yeai bas juatl-
ned  its  exi a  manner     even
optimistic   fore-
uisti ol the charter members ol but
'   • ago.
Progress Club waa absolutely a
new thing iu Revelstoke.     But under
the energeti    leadership  ed  President
lir.   Hamilton,  and      « Ice   Presidents
Gordi .   and   »tkl is, backed by o un-
te : memi ■ :.-...,■   tne ditriciiltie     ai
..   tbe  untried  pathway
illy, but trl -
 me,  ami    pc.-.- il
on account    ol
ol Interest, have
. i ord ol    the
ts pi     nt  daj   most    en    ''"'' '"   Mail Herald:
Y.M.C.A. NOTES
Tin' Junior Nn. 2 Baskel ball long
ue starts oul on Wednesday, Nov, 'ID.
Ono I'.iin v. ill bo played each week,
everj altornati ruosday and Wednes
day.   Pollowingis tbo schedule:
Diehards v. Kedsox, November J11-
Billygouts i.  GiunlB,  Nov. 2b.
lilllgoats v. Redsox, Decembei   I
(Jluuts v. Dieburds, Dec.  in.
Redsox v. Giants, Dec. is.
Biilygoata v. UiebardB, Dec. 21.
Diehards v. Redsox, January l.
Biltygoats v. Giants, dan. 7.
Qlllygoats v.  Diohards, februurj  i,
i...nits v. Diehards, Jaa. 21.
Redsox v. Giants, January 29.
Dlllyboats v.  Diehards, February   I.
Pickled Sunbeams Sir William
Ramsay, ibe great limi;lisii scientist,
discovering that the vapor thai Hud
iiim constantlj throws mi. is trau-
tormed into Helium, tho gas regarded us one ui tbe. cliice constituents ol
iho sua s atmophere, says, "What is
inie nut an actual eas.' ni that trans
formation of one element Into ano -
iner in which the ancient alchemist i
jelieved, when tbey painfully sought
io change load Into gold, and -ihi ■
dentally founded lho Bclenco e.i mod
eni chemistry?" It. is a curious
thought tn regard Radium as a lat
ui the sun imprisoned tn the earth,—
"pickled auuboanis," as .t were', yet
some scientists are now attributing
iin' earth's anl sun's heat tu Had;
um. wiiatecer Radium is, it is a
must marvelous substance and bundle.ls v. ,11 go to tbc Empress theatre
next Monday, Nov. 25th, to sec Radium for themselves and heat' Prod
Putty explain Us wonders. Bxperl .
me'iits with Liquid An aud Wireless
Telegraph apparatus will till an en-
-oyable ami profitable evening.
A CHalienije
\ ci non    B.C.,   Not
ind supporters.
Dear   Sn ,— ild
 ^^^    you  kiif 	
Tee past six months has been     an   "eh '''"' ""'•     thttt   '
i for the city and   heavy-weight wrestler ol   Vernon,   U
istoae,  and  tbc Pro-
challenge  I"     wrestle     any
iU   iv.'ici.-;
wrestle catch i
'.'.ill  wrestle
liree     inyone willii
cau let me know  hj  it i
i will tbank you
Vours truly.
nueiiipi io Wreck Train
-.
, erial  i. .     morning
•■ ay tu Calgary .:
a  toremos
ol n.i- pel
  Ice (or the en
■   ■
>. - _ . ild, ji
. .                    lent ii- Manning
th       ntmued     p]    ■       tbe a ale Sec
'•'•   ::   il.: .  ...   il 1 Treasurci
1. Brookei              .: aged as they
«_.                            .. the members
nd i    .    int ...,■ nt citizen                             ... nt that the
      ■     it the i loneera  .*...    be
sUCC'.'tJjIS
il    bc    . .     rill con        ■'-'-   "-'  of Clu«
- .. . pi ...    * .:^    i.i '■'■'■•- ''■■   train was I
tv and difltricl I tiesperado or   .
teeu vision of Engine,
'Auad wus on  thi
the
.   .. indredi
... lent
«ouid bavs  been pi. . re    lie
isti   .    -I. m
.    .
I iseengei
.    la  thl u   Lrertlu.
u.u «.. kei
eratios
• ■ *A ss 1 very steep.     .Some   /       ' *
  ' '•'•"•
■...-. ■ "■•■■■
place
ties put on hi
tb"' '
.
ick   uni,
Tb«re
'   '
ills,   and
seal crlel produced Bei'lous perturbation ai all tbe financial centres ol
Lbe world, he continues, Tbe Bourse
panics ui Tans, llerlin, aad Vienna,
were probably so intense just because
some ol the greatest bankers ure
well Informed as lo what foroes and
what motives are behind the Balkan
movement,
Tbc true boglnnlng ol tho preseut
crlslB elates Irom the day on which
Germany, iu shinning armour, backed in Bt. Petersburg ihe Austrian an-.
noxatlon ol Bosnia und Herzegovina. |
'i be Servians iu particular, and tho
Slavonic world in general, were then
confidently told by Russia to buvopa
Uenee, as by and by mattorB would
be mended.
Russia took the annexation of two
Servian, therefore Slavonic provinces
the more lo heart, uot ouly because
in lbe dl| louiutic duel wiib Austria
. uc wa humlllati i, nut because Bhe
considered tbo unnoxatlon ol those
two province as Austria's lirst step
toward) Salonika.    Since the un,i ol
lJll'S Russian statesmen bave been
planning how to bar the way by
which AkBtrlu could roach tiulouika.
The creation ol a Groat Sorvta com
prleiug the Sanjak ol Novlbaaar, Ko
ssovo  Vilayet, uud pail  of  Northern
Albania,  and  Hi.   creation ol ii Groat
Bulgaria,       compi li lo -.     Macedonia, :
would me.in thc creation ol a double|
barrier, with al  leusl 500,00(1 soldiers
behind  it   to un eventual     march ol
Austria  ,ii the direction of Sulonika.
Hy the crcution ul such .-, barrier
presupposed tbe destruction of the
Turkish Umpire iu Europe Therefore
Russia began lo «ork—first ol all, to
settle the diflerenceu betwoen Bulgaria, Servia and Greece, differences arising Irom their territorial claims,
then to unite ihem tor a mutual defensive and offensive policy; and,
thirdly, to draw them into closer relations towards her.
8EUHET TREATIES.
Tins anin iui ta-u \\eis accomplished
s iccessfuU) .a the earlj summer e>i
th.s year, iii the beginning o» June
,i special in.icaiian deputation, head
ci uy ei. Doner, went to Llvadia to
deliver into tue bauds ol the Tsar tbe
secret treaty between Bulgaria und
Russia, ratified by Kiuk Kci'diuumi.
in the beginning ol August il, Pasitch
i present Premier ol servia i went to
Moscow to deliver to lhe Is.n the
secret treaty between Servia and
Russia.
A tew days later the s>t. i'eters -
burg correspondent ol a l'ans paper
asserted thai lie bad seen the origin -
al treat) between Bulgaria and Servia iu tbe lum.Is .e: a Russian Minister
And shortlj aftei thai the Press of
Vienna, l'ans. Berlin, ami Loudon,
gave the news about tbc treaties of
alliances between Bulgaria, Scrviu,
Montenegro, ami Greeae, concluded uu
del ih,  patronage ut Itussiu.
Many people believe tbat tbe object
oi  Russia s  pollcj  is t,i  utilise     ber
all e.   with France and entente witb
m a -..ui i   ;,,  raise up  hei   prestl
ie Balkans, I
te.  break down tbe powei   oi  Tui k< >.
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which        ;
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allied     Balkan    States to commeece
iheir action.
The action of the Balkan siat.es is
not only a move againsl Ciirlioy, but
against   Austria,  too.   Behind,  them
Russia  and      Austria  stand   opposite
each other,   Tbut. is the reason  why,
In my opinion, the liiilkuii War can
nol lie lucaliscd.  in,   rat bei,  niter the
Balkan States and     Turks mutually
exhaust each other, bo that  they oan
not continue the war then divergence ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ol Balkan  interests     between  Russia   ""'     obligated to     uh    iu  any way
and Austria will Btart the war     be -  whatever,  il you     accept our    offer,
iweeii these two omplreB, woieh will Could anything bo more fair for you?
YOU TAKE KO RISK
Our Reputation and Kaney is
Hack of tliis Offer
We pay tuf all (be medicine used
during the trial, il our remedy lulls
to oompletoly relieve you ol constipation.   Wo  take  till   lbe  risk.   You  are
naturally  drag their allies  ill.
Thi! question is: Do Franco and
England approve the Bolkan policy of
thoir ally and friend Russia? if so,
then tbe general war is absolutely In
sight, Ami u still more pressing question is: Could not England, France,
an.l Germany join hands to save Bur-
ope from the terrible' calamity of a
general war'.' l believe tbey could if
they   would.
Liiciiiiraije White Fishermen
tittawa, Nov. Ill—As a rcsiiltolt.be
conferences here between Hon. J. D.I
Hasten and Hon. J. W. Bowser, ut-
luiiiey genornl uf British Oolumbia, drug store
..unu' radical conditions have been
ui. il upon in the hBhorles regula -
i.iuis for Uriiisli Columbia waters.
The main feature ol the new policj is
Lhe encouragemeul ol tbo whito fisli
ei'iiii'ii iu ib.' exclui on uf Him Japanese fishermen, who buvc ol Iuto yeurs
is there any reason why you should
hesitate to put our claims to actual
test ?
The must scientific common-Hciise
treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which
are  eaten   like   candy.   Thoy  nir   very
pronounced, gentle and pleasant     In
| action, and  particularly agreeable In
i every  way.   Tbey   do   uul. cause  dial' -
rhoea,  nausea,   flatulence griping    or
nny inconvenience  whatever,     Rexall
Orderlies are particularly good     lor
children, aged and delioate porsonB.
We urgo yuu to try Hexall Order Hob
al  our risk.   Two  si/.es,   llle. and  a.'ic.
Remember, yuu can got, Rexall Remedies in ibis community only at our
store—ibe Rexall store, Walter Bows'
May Second Address
Ottawa, Nov. 14—JoBoph Ralnville,
member for Ver chores has been Boleot-
cd to move the reply to the speech
from  the throne,   The seconded    1iuh
Accident at iieeoles
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,i   Hulol  & Stuort, contractors, wbojtu'' i-n"n atrlveil in Calgary    about
•■I I Ior tl ".i ••
-  ■ hey beard of tbi    cn leui
I   '■   :n .:. :   .i.th   tht      . I  ol till   .,   i
■ y.-te m tbr- lay i all
ncati b started.    Tbe • ■, ■•  douc tr,
the  mares    will   be  b ::tuati
j.'i  some time.
T'h* saffar Bowl" Luncheonette m
i.ow ratmlng in connectio:i with our
•soda fountdin. Lul.es -.ill find here
ll oomtortabl) ylnet to get an afternoon cup ol ten, ehc'-olato, coHec
beti tea and  light r«ff'.slunente.
roo I    .
iltm.
Huw bdikan Crisis Arose
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per to the ti ie a
1 i events about,"
rbat Ib :be    opinion ol   a lending
fut'ci,r?i  .llpiiiin.it  ,,t  presenl   in    t   ►
,-!'!   It  ).:   Im  - '   -,   BUI   ' ll
Hi.' factors In lb< pru» ut crisis which
he hns pent to thc "Dally Telogi i| b
blrcn thc puperflclal view oi the pre
not   been   announced   but  it  will      be
heen   i.ladlially   oUbting   tli.'   \Mllle   Usfi i , , ,   ,.,
liuin among a few   menibcrs and  like
eiiuen  uud      BSCUl.ug    iu   conjunction ....
,   ly  tut her   Alexander   Morisnn,   the new
wiih  tbe cuiincis    luiiibiiies  u  virtual    ' , _
nieiiibfr    tor      Mucilunulil      or   II.   1'.
uiuiiopoly  id   llie  ii-iiiiig industiy. , ,      ,.
. ,   I Green, the new ini'inber Ior Kootenay
Under the existing  regulations tish-:	
erincn engaged in tho Sainton nidus -
ii., are practically lad up to the cuu
ueiies and .Japan.-sm have been tnain-
lj employed. The latter buve been cou
vcyed annually to the ushiug areas
u.. the i.um. is ana consequently' til-
most im settlements of resident Iibii-
eniieii have spruug  up.
The provincial go .eminent believes
that undei Buitabiu regulation encouraging the white fishermen, and
restiicting the Japanese competition
a permanent settlement of the former
«uiilel lesnll ulung the r,000 miles
ol the British Columbia coast line. To
accompl -i .'., ' the new regulations,
agreed upon ny Messrs. Hazcn and
Uowser, representing the two govern
NOTICE
I Revised   Statutes    ol   Oanada,   1906,
l bap.   Ii'i   it n.l   Amen.ling   Acts.
Pursuant to the above Statute the
Columbia River Lumber Company,
1.unite.I, give notice tbut 30 days
alter date Huy inlend to apply by
pel it iuu to the Governor-ln-Oounc'il
for approval of thc silo and ol tho
plans ol a bridge proposed lei be constructed iu and over the Columbiu
River iit uf nenr a point abuut live
in.i.s South of Golden in tbe Prov -
iiae ei. British Columbia.
A plan ami description of the pro-
posed Bite and of the bridge to be
construct ,1  have been deposited with
meats, will'reserve "until MarchW of   thv Ma"bU"  uf PuWl0 Worka lit ut'
each year as many licenses alluted to
each area as there Is reason to anticipate u.li be applied for by bona fide
while iisheriii.il    owning    thuir     own
gear.
Mr. Dowser wus uble     to uuuouuce
lasl night on the eve of his departure
for tbe west, tbat thin year's pilgrim
.,..   by  Premier McBride and himself
I.as been   ihe  most successful of mauy
Hips  which  have   bivn  made    to    the
capital by   British  Columbia ministers
Mr.   Dui den   and  bis  colleagues    huve
met  the'  British    Columbia  ministers
than ball way in dealing    with
ll h the ministers ,..iiii
- .    Bowser made
■  .nts:
Fli it el nmeiat  bui  decided
to I.a ritisl Ida any
.nay have  t., lb- um-
■   i     ,i   U
il tho
icreB
i 'inn-.
i ial au -1
entire
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I1 ruitLancL
FOR SALE
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EMPRESS THEATRE
Next Imperial Bank
IX >-NIGHT
LAST AITKAHAN'T OF
Neal and Neal
tttf, T.'ilki I h ar iir g
Max Shaull
mile ' Hai
Thursday    Friday    and    Salurday
Southwick and Darr
J. Francis Casey
|,.:..!      i     i. .
NEW mWit PiiililS mm NIGHT
Prices, elite, 19c.
Re erved "< al
ission, Ik
I have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
antl will serve all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
i   i  ' Door West,  Next to lire Hull
TELEPHONE    101
COAL!
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving.     Orders  will  have
prom pi attention.
fluid  a Kootenay Ageni les
■I    I   ' ii/e.   A ,' lie
A. Davidson, PH2§2NE
Sewing Machines
A nice t ",', fitock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For S le or Hire
hv the month   at. Manning's.
AH kinds fit' machine needles
stocked.
Talk About Making Money
Out of Revelstoke Property
One man who bought [3 lots in Begbie View
Addition a week ago from me has already re-sold
fotir'of them for more than he paid me for the whule
Block.
THAT IS GOING SOME.
It shows lhn my statement as to the low price
of these lots was correct. THEY ARE ALL SOLO
Next week I will have 30 more good lots near
the same place, facing on Eighth Street, at slightly
advanced prices.
If you want any of ihem speak at once, as they
too will gj quickly. All are insiJe City Limits with
streets laid out and cement walk on Seventh Street,
within a few yards of the pioperty.
A. McRae, Agent
tinea uiul  ti duplicate thereof in    the
Lunil  Registry  ollice ut Nelson, B.C.
Datad this lsth iluy ul November,
1912.
Columbia      Hiver    Lumber  Company
Limited.
Uy  their Solicitor.
1st iss. No.2D 5w      Ceo. S. MeCarter
WANTBD—By a quulitie.l young white
woman, light housework or nursing
Write Miss Spice, Revelstoke, B.C.
Galena Buy liuuls in parcels of
II) or 20 afire* or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent
Box 616 Arrowhead
NOTICE
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities In lhe following countries ihsm il without
delay i
Africa
Cuba
Ambia
Denmark
Argentine
Republic
Egypt
Armenia
Finland
Autttntliii
Formosa
Aiifitriii-H
uneary
Franco
HH |<uini
Germ nny
Braill
Greece
Rn'Uiirla
Holland
Cevlon
Icelnnd
Chili
India
China
Italy
Crete
Japan
Macedonia
!<''.■■   .< j
MailH
Servia
Mi.nchurla
Si am
Mexico
Siberia
New ZciiUnd
Suuth Africa
N jrwuy
Spain
Km a in a
Btraltl SeUlemonta
Persia
Sweden
Peru
Switzerland
Philippine Islands
Syria
Poland
Turkey                 8.7
PortiiRal
United State*
Rouin.'inln
West Indies, ate.
Those drafts can be drawn In sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
taels, roubles, etc., according to the money of the country in which they
nre payable. This enables the payee to obtain the exact amount intended.
REVELSTOKE lU'CNCH    F. M. QIBSON, Manager.
NAKUSP  BRANCH    H. L. ROTHWELL,   Manacar
Wf
VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
All Instruments Taught
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
This Studio gives instruction on all brass and
st'inged instruments, violin, etc., by the
very latest Italian and French methods, used
by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Milan,
(Italy) and Paris, (France). We guarantee
by this method to put out a good performer
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS and further information
on application to
CHEO LEO COVRES.     MACKENZIE AVENUE
Corner of Victoria Road
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S Vancouver, B. C,
Dear Friend:
I heard that an Agent of the Domestic Utilities
^* Co. is in your city demonstrating the use of the Vac-
2* uum Clothes Washer. As you know my husband is an
W engineer and he gets his clothes dreadfully dirty. I
*£ find after using different kinds of soap and washing
Y compounds so highly advertised that nothing works
2* so well and quickly to get them perfectly clean as the
I    Vacuum Clothes Washer, and I  recommend you to get
tone as it will lighten your work 20 per cent. If you
have any friends interested you might tell them the
great success I have had-
SI remain, Your .Sincere Friend,
E. A.    m
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A SUCOBSSFUL, TREATMENT"
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty "'V',^!0'Vu? D?'1*™'!^',
0 r j m(l|c i>,n8   Bnc ji,, so wnij W0Ddcrlul
MrB.  Eilward Kennedy, ol Merlden,
Conn.,  40 years old, was adrl»ed by
MANNING,   Agent.I Phone42
  results.   '''In tm Ih   ol  others   would
Buy the same.   20 years tbe standard
Night Phone 85 I at your Druggtat. WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER,  20,  1912
THE .IVC.A.rjL.-IEIKIR^raXJ,   TR,
^TBJLSTOI.Kl'ED
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER,  20,  1912
I
WHITE PEOPLE
Patronize your own color by sending all your washing
to the WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY. Get
your blankets in early to avoid the rush.
Bachelors, try our collars.
We have just installed a new collar machine which is
bound to pleas'?.
WANTED
WANTED—Nursing,     apply     to MrB. I
McDoivald,     corner ol Third   street
and Connaught avenue, or phone to j
Number 265. lm.
WANTED—A small Furnished house,
by a carelul tenant. Apply to A.B.
Mall-Herald.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
Phone 80
WANTED—One Furnished House for
Winter months. Apply Box 443,
Revelstoke, B. C.
AUTOMOBILE OPENING
The Dissette Motor Co., Limited
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Provincial Distributors for
OAKLAND AND R. G. H. CARS
511 SUNDAY THRESHING |   MARKET FDR APPLES
Lord's Day Alliance and Police food Trade for B.C. Apples in
Stop iiuiiuijy Work
New Zealand
ari'
clt'firous of securing representation for
REVELSTOKE AND VICINITY
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
191)6 1911
Capital       ....       $ 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,000,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.4.57,090 38,864,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        33,090,192 48,237,284
HM 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A OSNSRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revolstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
. . . It Miqht 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.
Haleyoo Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. B0YP, Proprietor, Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Luml)
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C
beforejbnyini; yonr outfit of working clothes
for tbe'bush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Hlankets and everything
reoelireil in vour business
Both thi-'te cuts are the best iu their respective
classes.
In Detroit, Michigan, the home of automobiles, and
where the avei aye man knows more of cars than in
any other city, there were MORE OAKLANDS bOLD
than any other medium priced car.
An excellent opportunity for a live local man to get
into the business in time to receive the benefit of sales
that are bound to result with the bettering of road conditions.
For particulars communicate with the
DISSETTE MOTOR CO., LIMITED
Vancouver,
LOZIE,   OAKLAND   AND   R. C. H
B.C.
AUTOMOBILES
Union   Hotel
UJL'ST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for J6.U0
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, 13. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CB, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
NOTICE
In thc County Court ot Weat Kooteuay holdcn at Revelstoke. In the
matter ol the Execution Act,
and
the matter ol an action between
1). GaUicano, PlalnUfl, and N. Tevun-
...ii-., Defendant.
Take Notioe that a Motion will be
made belore the Local Judge iu
Chambers ol thia Honourable Court
ua Wednesday the 27th day ol Novcm
ber, A.i)., I'J 12 at im „u o clock iu
the ioieuoou, or so soon theicatter
as Counsel can be heard at the Court
House at Kevelstoke, in the Province
ol Uritish Columbia by Mr. (ieorge d.
AicCarter, Counsel lor tbe above named plaintiff i.Judgment Creditor) calling upon the above named defendant
(judgment Debtorj to allow cause
why the laud hereinafter described, or
tue .iiie-ruiei. therein, of the said Judgment Debtor, or a competent part ui
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Coursier's.
The "Sugar Bowl" hot chocolate,
coffee aud tea, etc., is unsurpassed.
Leave orders for private greeting
cards at Bews' Drug Store.
Christmas cards aud calendars now
ou sale at Bews' drug store.
The new game "Roodlcs" at Dews'
Drug store.
Forty per cent Cod Liver Oil Em -
ulson wul positively cure a child's
cough and lit its system lor a rigorous winter.   Sold at Bews' drug stole
The "Sugar Bowl Fountaiuj', like
Charlies Auut, is still running. vVe
ai'e still serving out to satisued customers our delicious ice Cream, sodas
and Sundaes.
I.
Her time was Wrong,
bad;
her tune was
thi said lands should not be sold to
realize  the sum  of  4117.48,  One huu-  The Bluet Key Study  made her sad,
dred and seventeen Dollars and lorty-' She said good bye to all tbe iuss,
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
in trket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cif**"     Rat?* $i a day.    Monthly rate.
0\   ALBERT     ST03STE      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTORt. B. C.
Barrlatera,   Solicitor*,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Ravel-
stoks, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offlc**—Revelstoka.    B    C.     Ami
Cranbrook. ^^^
Geo. B. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harv*y
Revolstoke. Cranbrook
ROBERT BMITH.
Provincial  Land   Buveyor,
Miaing  Burvtynr,
Hnglneerlni
McKENZlE AVE.,
BOX    106.    REVELBTOKE
eight ceuts, payable under a judg -
ment pronounced by this Honourable
Court on the 21st June, 11)12.
lands above referred to are more
particularly described aa follows: —
Lot Four in Block 104, according to
a plan ol part of the said City ol
Itevelstoke, deposited in the Land
Registry office at Nelson, B.C., and
numbered 686.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that in support of this Motion will
be read the Judgmeut ot this Honourable Court pronounced herein, the
21st day ot June, 1912; the District
Registrar of Titles' Certilicate ot
Encumbrances respecting lands, and
the affidavit ol Ceo- S. MeCarter
sworn and duly Bled herein.
Dated tbis '.'th day of November, A.
D., 1912, at Revelstoke, British Columbia.
GEO.   S. McCARTER,
Solicitor for the Plaintiff.
The place ot business and address
for service ol tho Solicitor for the
plaintiff, io at his office, Imperial
Bask Block, Revelstoke, B.C.
To the above named defendant,
Judgment Debtor. Nov.9, 2t.
Aud bought a Uourluy Augelus,
W.  H.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.B.A.
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box 146, Revelstoke, B.C.
E.    Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pip*
■nrt  FurnnoB work
WORK    SHOP __\_
QonnAUfht Av*.  -   R«v«IHol«»
UNION HOTEL.
ARHIIAHKAH   B. ('.
Spoolal Attention girpn in commercial
mm   antl   tourintn.     Klnt oUm   aaiuplr
room*. Kiniwl p. 1'in-rv In Uritish Colon
Inn, overlooking I'pper Arrow l.sks.
W, J. Lightburne, Prop
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. U A.  F
aud A.   M.
Regular    meeting* are held ln HAS
ONIC TEMPLE,     Oddlellows'      Hall
on tht Third Monday ln each montb
at 8 p. in.     Viaitlng bretbren      ar*
cordially welcomt.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B. ROBERTSON.  Hecretary.
O.  W. O. W.
Mountatn View Camp, No. 124
Unu Second    and     Fourth Wednea
days   in each  montb ln    Selkirk
Hal).     Visiting  Woodmen ar*
cordially lnvitnd to attend
A.   J.   WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMKR   McINTTRB,  Clerk.
COURT     MT.      BBOBIE,   No. 14(1.
OF I. O. F.
Meet* in I. 0. O. F. Hall nsxt   to
Tapping'* Opera Home every second
aod fourth  Monduy  In  montb.  Visit
Ing brethren re.rdiallT  Welcomed.
C. W.  MKl.l,   O. R.
WM     H     '1MKWIM     Roc -».r
BRLKlIlK        L'lU'oti-   U.   1.   O.   O.   K
Meeta aval j      'I uumda> eveniug    it)
Selkirk  Hall  at   rt  ..clock.     Vieitins
hr*tliiei>  cordially  invited
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JAS     MATMIll.   Sec.
Tbe "Sugar Bowl" Luncheonette is
now running in connection witb our
soda fountain. Ladies will lind bere
a comfortable place to get an alter
noon cup ot tea, chocolate, coffee,
beef  tea and light refreshments.
At the Revelstoke Music Store.
The Lone Star CUaning and Pressing Eporium, will make your old
clothes look like new. Try our New
Clubbing Hate, four suits uud tour
extra pants pressed per month, for
two dollars and lifty agnts. Don't forget the address—Lone Star Cleaning
and Pressing, Shoo shine and Messenger Service, McKenzie Avenue, near
Star  theatre.
Siuce Thc News-Telegram exclusively announced in Wednesday's issue th,.,
. fact lhat the Lord's Day Alliance and
the inouuted police had put a stop lo
I Sunday threshing near Struthuiore, iu
| tho  Calgary   district,   there  has   besn
| u great deal ot comment among citiz-
eiia ot Culgary, gravamen and farmers
lu tact it has stirred up considerable
excitement, and tbo question asked la
"who is     responsible for the     action
take*!"'
Tho News-Telogram has made
thorough investigation and has discovered that a constable of the R.N.
W.M.I'., statiouod at Strathmore,
stopped the turraors trom threshing
thoir grain ou thc Sunday in question
without orders from thu Calgary head
.juurters. It was also discovered that
the Calgary headquarters had no instructions trom the attorney-general
to stop threshing on Sunday — such
orders being absolutely necessary before uny action can be taken by thc
mounted polico in anything that
comes under the Lord's Day act. No
orders have beeu issued trom tho Regina headquarters ot the mounted po
lice to act in such a matter, and the
fact remains tbat one single constable
took the matter into bis own hands.
The mounted police here state that no
orders havo lieen given out to any
part to stop threshing on Sunday yet
the threshing was stopped and the
poor farmers aro compelled to suffer
a Iobs of perhups thousands of dol -
lars as a result.
FARMERS ARE AROUSED,
AU over the country uud especially '
in the districts where the threshing
was stopped tbe farmers arc very
much aroused over tho uctiuu taken
and snpplicatious ure beiug sent into
'iho News-Telegram trom every part,
tor the papers ot Calgary to take up
their cause und light it. The Lord's
day Alhuuce is uudoubiebly behiud
the movement to stop threshiug, and
it is stated by the fanners aud men
who huve looked iuto the alter at
dirathmore, thut the mounted policeman who ordered the threshiug to be
stopped wus influenced in the action
by a member of the Lord's Day Alliance, who was there on the Sunday
it wus stopped. The local representative of the- Lord's Day Alliance do nut
deny bbe fact that the alliance is doing all it can to stop Sunday threshing, so taking all tbe evidence into
consideration it appcurs that one po-
lie-eniaii was directly responsible, and
the Lord's Day Alliance was indirectly  responsible.—News  Telegram.
Ottawa, Nov. 14—Tbe Canadian
trade commissioner in New Zealand,
reports that there are splend.d prospects fur a good trade in BritiBh Columbia apples iu New Zealuad. He
reports that the steamer Makina,
which arrived at the end of last
month, had twu consignments ot apples and some pears. He says in regard tu ibis Bhipment: "Uue tirm
tuna i-j cases ul Jonathan apples
and the other mj cases ol wealthy apples and 20 cases of pears. The pears
were ail right until taken out uf the
vessel uud then tiiey seemed to ne -
come over-ripe quickly and sume
cases ot ihem were ruined. As to tho
bo cases ot apples, they were'ot splen
did quality, but uniurtuuately were
too large tor table purposes. Tbey
sold Ior 12s a case, but would have
brought higher prices had they been
smaller and better adapted for table
i Use.   The shipper  of  these apples  haa
arranged  for  anulher   l.lXHl cases    to
be sent at once."
flOlatl IUNUB U)n<.K. K. of P.
NCI >■ KKVKI.HTOKK. II. C
M.r', rsrtr, Vaedoi-silay Mi-rt>t lh»
Thirl U-'r,"*.iar nt »»rv, month In
oddMli.*., Mail at I o'eloek, Visit-
inir  Knuhn »i«>  rardlallT invited
f. w. iiiiinv, c. o.
o. II. Ulim K, K. ol R. * 8.
U.iill.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that an application will be made to the Parliament ot Canada at tbo next session
tuereot, lor an Act to incorporate a
Company under the name ot "THE
WETASKIWIN, YELLOWHEAP aad
REVELSTOKE RAILWAY COMPANY," with power to construct aud
operate thc lollowiug lines, namely. -
Cuinmencing at or uear Lloydnienster
in tho Province of Alberta; thencc in
a westerly and south-westurly detection crossing the (irand Trunk i'ai re
Railway at or near Viking, ihtmce
continuing in a westerly and a .uth-
westcriy direction crossing tue tuna-
dian Pacific Railway between the
towns of Obaton and Bawlt; thence iu
a westerly and uouth-wosuirly direction to the City of Wuwuk.win;
theuce iu a westerly ilir,<>-.:ijii to Ui«
Saskatchewan nvcr; '.nonce wis'.i.r.y
following the valloy of tue l<iaunu
river, or such other valloy as may bo
ionii.l practical, to or near tno I.tad-
waters ot tho liiu.'.i-a river; theme in
a north-westerly direction down tho
Rocky river valley, or such ither
course as may be found feasible, to
the Yellowhvud Pass or such „thor
pass as may be found practical;
thence in a westerly and south west-
erly direction to the headwaters ol
tho Canoe river in the Province ol
British Columbia; thouco down the
\alley ol the Canoe river, or such
utber Valloy as may be louud piactlc-
nl, to the junction ol tho Cunoo rivor
vith thc Columbiu river; tbence down
the Columbiu river valley to tho City
ot Revelotoko ln thc Province o'- British Columbia.
Dated at Wetaskiwin lu the i'r.ivlue:
Duted at Wetimkiwln in tho Provlnco
ot Alberta, this itb day ol November
A. D., 1912.
LOCOIE & MANLEY,
Of Wetaskiwin,  Allierta, Solicitors
tor Applicants.
it weeks, it*t lime Not. 3th
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL Mil-ING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ol the Domiuion
in .Manitoba. Saskatchewan aud Al
berta, tho Yukuu Territory, lhe
North-west Territories am. in a por
tion of the Province of BritiBh Col
umbla, may be leased lur a term ol
tweuty-oue years ut an annual rent
al of il an acre. Not more than
2,Sfifl acres will bo leased to ono ap
plicant.
Application for lease must be inu.li
by the applicant iu jierBou to the
Ageut or Sub-Ageut of the district
in which the right* applied lor an
situated.
ln surveyed territory tho laud must
be described by sectious, ur legal
.ub dlviSlolie of sections, allel in Un
survoyed terntury the tract applied
for shall be alaked out by tbe ap
plicant  bimsell.
Each applicant unit be accompnn
led by a (ee ot \b which wlll b* refunded if the right* applied (or are
not available, hut not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on thc mer
rli.tillable output ol the mine nt tbo
rate ol hvo cents per too.
Tbo person opcruting tho mine shall
furnish tho Agent with sworn returns
iiiii.untn,g [ur tho lull quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. II the cual mining
rights are nut being opernted, such
returns ahould be furnished at least
i onco a year.
The lease will Incltldl thn coal tula
ing rights only, but the leasee mu;
be permitted to purchase whatever
available aurlace rlghta may ba considered necesBary lor the working ol
the mine nt tbe rate ul 110.00 an
acre.
For lull information application
should lie mude to the Hcctetury ol
the Department ol the Interior. Ot
town, or to the Agent or Hub-Agent
nf  Dominion  Lands.
W. W. OORY,
Deputy  Minister ol the  Interior
N.n.—Unauthorized   publication    ol
this Rdvertlsetnnnt wlll   not   be  paid
lor.
IWO CMS IN
Disgraceful Condition Lxposed by
btivmiiueiit Inquiry
London, Nov. li—extraordinary
revelationB concerning the earnings
ot women workers iu the great uudus
trial centre ol Birmingham have been
made ny tne government enquiry beld
in connection wub ibe special order
ul inclusion of mai ned womeu within
the customary provisions ot the insurance Act. Employers memselves
i.-stiued thut women engaged at home
at book and eye carding and similar
work olten earned only two cents au
hum. wh.le many uf them, even by
womug bity-lour hours u week,
couldnt earn more than a dullar a
week. A repieseututive uf the Birmingham Chamber ot Commeree said
thut a carder of hooks ami eyes might
reasonably expect tu earn ('2.25 a
week if she worked the whole week
while, larger sums might be earned at
carding misMllaueous goods. These,
he added. were- entire.y unskilled
and u child could du the work.
Tu.i testimony, which met with a
hostile reception from the trade unionists at the enquiry, was hardly
| substantiated by a director o( a lim"
; ited company, who said that of 270
women out-workeis employed by his
firm 2" per ceut. earned under 25c. a
week, lb per ceut under 60 cemts, 'll
pei cent under 76 cents, 13 per centf
uuder 11.00, 7 per cent under %1,'lb, 2
per cent under 11. be uud l per cent.
under 11.75. The highest pr.ee they
paid for carding wus D) cemis par
greut gro-s and tbe lowest ten cents
per great gross.
Mrs. Parnngton, a contraetor lor
cardiug, sa.d that tbe most industrious of carders didn't earn more
than a do,lar a week, even it they
worked fifty-four hours a week, and
Mrs. Scutt, another employer said an
average worker > ould not earn more
than two cents an hour.
Saskatchewan Legislature
Regina, Sask., Nov. 15—With all
the ceremony and in tne presence ot
crowued gailenes. lue uist se=»s.uu u:
Saskatchewan s tn.rj legislature was
luiumny upeued ut I u clock by his
uunui the ueuuuuut gu.ernor. His
aonor bavin*; retired pemi.ug iae auction ol a speaker ou mot.ou ut the
leader ui thj gut eminent. Premier
Scott, J. A. dbeppurd, representat -
ne ut Moose Jaw county ior several
sessions. was uuuuimousiy cbusen
syeacer.   'lhe spMkat made the cue -
ium.it y lollllul elplesoiou of Ibansa
iui lhe buuur dune h.m alter wh.ch
his honor re-entered the chamber aud
heard the demand ot lhe new speaker
lur all the ancient privileges u! tne
legislature. On behalf ul the guvemor
thc pruuueial secretary unnounced
his huiiur's acceptance ot tbe speaker
cbusen by tbe bouse alter wbicb his
housr reud tbe speech Irom tht
thrune.   ll said.:
"During the session you w.ii ba
called upon lu consider se.eral measures uf great Interest lu uur people.
Among tbese will be found buis making provision (or direct legislation,
consul.dated schuols, tne abulition ol
the local impruvsuitnt districts aud
lhe regulation aud cuntrul uf thc loan '
companies, lt is proposed to adopt a
better system of municipal assessment
to modify the present method of a*
ses-menl in town and village school J log
districts and to place our rural telephone companies oo a sounder financial basis.
"Notwithstanding tbe fact that my
gove-inmi'Ut. carrying out thc mirtruc-
tions of the last unsciubly, bas made
repented attempts to arrange (or      a '
conference with tbe federal authorittess'trai railway   us*  in  Western
for tbe purpose of d.sussing and ar-   au.l   have   proved
inniring lor tbc transfer to the prov-
iuo   of its |uud uul other natural re
BOUrOM,   the  date  for iucb conlereaecr
ba.I   not yet  been  fixed       Under    tbe
circuiiiHtances  and  especially   iu   v,«»
ol the praclirally unanimous mandate
uf   the   people-,   my   govctnineut    feels
tbut   the   question  shuuld   agu.u       be
.ubiiiittiil      tu you foi   coiisiileii.tiun.
and I'.i   -'i'h   iiti.in a* may V deem-
't  in thc interest  ol uur
ince."
Io Extend Phone Despatching
Winnipeg,     No.'.  It,—lue XsU    ap-
propnauuus lur l.nes west ui  vuun.-
, Mk v..,., it is reported, coula.u many
Itama covering   impruvemenis  in    tne
eut   ul   ,uala,..ug  telepbuue  d.spalcli-
....     ......in.Ul nud aduillunal u.i-ouiu
.ug en<1tt*>. lu Bnlibb Columbia, say
niunii/ig ulUciais, plans are being
BWda lu cuu.tit.ng mure locoiuowv**
(Nn iuu. lu oil I'urneis. l'art ot tne
diws.uu which e.und* trum 1 it.d tu
v tnCOUTtU ,6 air. a<Jy us.ng u.i lor fuel
Ibis is su success.ui, it is said, tbat
the cen.cisiuu of otbci tngiues trum
cual tu uil burners wm shortly follow
A considerable puiuon ol the ap-
propriut.uuk w-.il also be used in plac
Itlepbon* daspalcmng equipment
in many sections where telegraph
cuii.ini.ii,cai'.un .. now used lur oper-
atiug the trams, ln Uritisb Culumuia
it is said tbat within a year tbere will
be lull talspfeJOAlC connect.uu Hum une
end ol the division to the other.
Telephones ate being placed in gen-
^^^^     Canada.
       highly    successful,
containing many features wbicb are
nut to It iuund in thc old telegraphic
mrtbuJ In sending dispatches tbc orders are tirst spoken ovei the telephone, und theu spelled out so tbat ill
BO u.aunei can there be a contusion
uf sound. The signals aie su arrur^vd
tbat tbere arc no words to tbem
which      can   Ic   easily   mistaken      in
prov
COMING EVENTS
Detoniber 11—Filth An
ude   liull,   unlet  ausp.cts  ol      Kire
Drigude No.  1, at 'be opera bouse
MUM    furnished     by the Hevelstoke
tircliestra.
t tra 11  | rununciution.
Wins Many Prizes
Spokaut,   Wash.,   Nov.   15--Tbe  li(tb
national  tsVi-- s ■  pWt sut-
til*.   The     nimlwr of     cur-M., and
ther   years.      Di.i
[Columbia Iruit is holding lta own us
'far as tbe swards ate mode.     F.  0.
Kaiqiner (torn  At low   Lake wma Bev
| en blue ribbons,    lbe judges are still
buny and  will  nut   Quish  liHore  Fri -
January 2-lmpenal  Hell Itiog^m, nt u»y.   Thc  pessimistic ataU-m»„ts    ol
Kmprcsa theatre. [the  manager  o!  tbe  Kootenay  Fruit
January  IC—Pan     American   Doub.e  '<row«r-   association are not S'lpstsi,-
l)u«rtette, tmjrtss tlmtrs. 'tinted as Khv remit* tho*, WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER
1912
rJ?ia:3±l   J&J^TT-i-TT^nElJia.JltJD^   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 2(1, 1912
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Vf
Mm Mi FAR Ai NEAR
LIQUOH ACT,  1910.
LIQUOH  ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given Unit, on the Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day  of Deoember next,  appiica- first dny  of  December  next,  application  will  be   made to  the   Buperiiiteu- tion     will   be     made   to   the   Huporin-
ili'ni  t..  Provincial l'olico for renewal tendent     of    Provincial    Police
t.i   the   hotol   license   to sell  liquor   by renewal   ol   the   hotel   license   to
NOT1CUI
Hevelstoke Land  District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Adelard S.
lor Blondin, ol Halcyon, II. C.,. occupu -
sell   tion Bhlpwight,  intends to apply for
.   - aa- Va. -V «• <•
aV»» te-Vk-»'» la. W%-%'%^v, Vtl.lll-||f,1fc»-^^-»By»JVll|»\ *VV
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est   '... -i     I thi t in i nc
tates last   .. t  was
sued  thai      • ■■ ■ allien i
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een adopt ' W       :
:r	
i aged
  ...
... ele-.
Rev.   Jan
last
I..   -.     charge ol
:   I -      '      lb nei    .tin..
...  .     thai  • :    H . ■ '••
thai   the  uccui   I     had
To
red    evi t'ftl
shot! lit in thi   arm.
.....  hoard   ro
town ite
and    to     the
.   given,     it
is   se_-i.ee.      j int    Chairman
irdered that
;..e  local
tion   iG.T.P.J   .' I       ton un
; listrict .ii the proi
ol     . . shown    ..n
-
ind    same    are
.   .        ap] roved."
eipts   ...i     tb
[Oct    ei   amounted  to
. . - nol   . ■ ■ ■
■.. :    .a  Septembei
-
By  the collection  ol
th      >..    tho    ttgurei
. ol  tl     years
and    thei
■  uiori   i,, add to thi
.. .:     From    i
1912     will
1911,     wben
tlie   t   ' .3.1 1
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0   .,.. .      Up I    tht pn bi   I  tbi   Do
with
reign ■.:
K.n : Ug    the
This haa
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great
..   mint
■I   at
..
lt
week.
Insti   . i central i
a:   t_
. ..
lias be i made i.,t the deptirlment ul
tho li stj nine per cent,    ul
tbo sei mis (rom the Statos wero uu
turallzi . >\mi'i'lcans, while no less
than .Ai pei cent, had usver taken
out naturalization papers. Tho total
emigration from thc States whs i;,;i,.
710, and ot tho 0 19,381, or 1 I per
conl « ire n turned Canadians, one
pi i' cent, e.l the othsr nationalities
had  in.:   taken out  papers as
retail  in   tho
Glacier Hous
ler, m t lie Province of llritieh Colum
nia.
Datod  this   IGth  ol  October,   1912.
.1. M. YOUNG, Applicant,
.st issue Nov.  6.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notico is hereby given  that,  on lhc
first day  ol  December  next,  application     Will   lee-     nnitle   to   the   oiipenu
tendent     oi    Provincial    Police    ior
Amerj    renewal  oi   the  hotel  license  io   sen
-
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ed.
' .m        Thoro     wen.    English,  BWH);
. Im   138S;     Irish, 936;     GermauB,
m-'.'-'\       Plnns,     23,811;        Swedes,
Norwegians, 1, '.Hi.
Hon,  '.. urge  K.  Fo tor, Mlulstoi  ol
Trndi    and     ' -on mere , ozpocted
ai .■ Irom Ungland lu i ime to lake
purl .a the ... .i ou I Lim navy
question. When he lofl Ioi Lhe Old
Countrj tu Lake purl in tho sessions
"i tbo Imperial Trade Commission,
Mr, Foster did uol oxpeel to return
untn i hi   middli  ... i.. comber.     How
evei
hotel     knowu as the liiiuor  by  retail  in  the  hotel  known  permission  to purchase thu following
hotel, situate at Glue- as the Union hotel, situate at Arrow- I dssorlbod lands:
head iu the Province ol    British Go-1    Commencing ut a post planted     20
iumbia. I chains south of a Point in  the South
Duted this 13th day of October, 1912   boundary  of      Lot  7872,  Group  Oue,
W. J. LIUHTBUKNhl,   ; Kootonay District,     which point     is
I  iss.  Oc.   Ili,  8od, Applicant,   distant 40    chains     West Irom     the
South blast Corner of said Lot 7S72,
and marked "Adelard S. Blondin's
North-East Corner 1'oBt"-, thence
south .11) chains, theuce west HO cbains
thence norili 40 chains, thence eust 20
chains to the point of commencement
containing so ucres more or less.
Dated the 28rd September, 1912.
AUKLAHD  S.  BLONDIN.
Ageut.
1st issue Supt.  25th
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 i'ull line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before  purchasing.
liquor b) retail in the hotel known
as tue UiVa hotol, ...unite ,.t CMn-
borne, in the Province ol Dritisu u
lumbia.
Hated this ISth day Ol October, 1912
H. G. WAKE!,
1st  iss.  OC,   li,   m".I. Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day  ol  Decomber next,  application    will  bu    made to the Superintendent     ol   Provincial    luiice   for
Ious will he linishod thia reuewul  oi  the  hotel  license  to    sell
and
by
month sn thai  Mi. !• osl
sail   Nol mi ...
leaves foi  Australia, January ■•.
if the naval  di  ate Ie completed
thut   time  and  Mr.   Foster  gets      Ins
West   Indies   trade   agreement thi'uiii;h
the House, bo will sail tor the Antipodes   een   thai   date.
prol.  Jodlcku, ol    Prague    University,  delivered a lecture recently    In
> lenua on    bis    experience at     Belle, to which be ie about to return
lie  has  already   treated   lifO      WOUIld-
- .. ol  .'-...in only two sutfcied nmpu-
.. \ ii\  remarkable la the rapid,
ii lul  h aling ..;     wouudB caused
by     modern firearms.  Bveu an uury
to iln- heart occasioned by rule    fire
bus healed     quickly  and  thoroughly.
nn  the strength    ol    these    obsei va
tions,   be characterizes  tbe     modern
... .i  ivi upon  whii h disables but
seldom kills.
cxpcets  to  liiiuor   by   retail   iu   the  hotel  known
mission,  us the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix,    in the    Province  of      Uritish
Columbia.
Dated this 15th day of October, 1912
J. H.  YOUNG,
1st iss.  Oc.  10 Md. Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, on the
lirst day of December next, application will bo made to the Superintendent uf Provincial l'olice for
renewal of the hotel license lo sell
liquor by retail iu the hotel known
us ihe Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the province of Dritish
Columbin,
Haled this  15th duy of October, 1912
RUSSELL M. EVANS,
lsi iss. Oc. 16, 20d. Applicant.
WATER   NOTICE.
For a Licenso to take uiul use Water
Notice     is     hereby  given  that  lho
Canadian  Pacific  Railway  Company,
of Montreal, will upply Ior a license;
to tuke and use One Cu, Ft. of water
out of Canyon Crook, winch Hows in
a northern direction through Lot atit,
and empties Into LarJo River near
Gemini, H. C. Tlie water will he diverted 1,000 fuel dom track ami Will
be used for railway purposes un thii
land described as CP.R.  right of wa)
This notice was posted on the
ground on the 4th day ot November,
l'-»1 - - The application will lie bled m
the ollice of the Water Recorder at
Huvelstokc.
Objections may be tiled with llie
Baid Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller ol Water Hights, Par-
liainunt Buildings, Victoria, B.O.
Oanadian Pacific Railway, Applicant.
Hy   E.  D.  Ireland,  Agent,
Nelson,  11. O.
Ist   issue  Nov.   13,
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Hoot anu Rhoo ttepalters. SntlUlerB Harnoss Mtihere
Hou.  .i   ie  liaison, Minister
: .in- and Fisheries, la it i
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
I   Ma 	
on    a Notice is hereby given thut, on the
Ian Ioi  the creation ol a board    of tirst duy  of December  nuxt,  applica-
expertsto mi in an advisory capacity tion    will  be    mude to the  Supcrin-
for     tlie     department.       Tbe    hi  i   I   te t      of    Provincial     Police    for
mi.iiltl consist ,.; one or in ri repre renewal ol the hotel license to sen
Bentatlves Irom tbe fishermen and liquor by retail In the hotel known
fishing companies and ., i-epri eni., as tbe Lakeview hotel, statute at
rom the Boardi i.l Trado ol tbe Arrowhead, in the Province of Brit-
Maritime Provinces and also British ish Columbia.
Columbia,     'lbe board would discuss Hated this l.'ith day of uctooir, Iii'l
problems    and    make  recom- CHAPMAN & IRWIN,
mendations to the department.     The Isl Iss. Oc, 16, nod.            Appili.inta
ministei  (eels thui an expert  hody ol	
haractei  could b i-eut
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first .lay .ii  December next, appiica
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iu   sell
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Nelson Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I'atrick J. Murphy
of West Heuiars, H. C, occupation,
Rancher, intends to apply Ior permis
sion lo purchase thc following des
cribed lands:
Commencing at a post plunted al
lbe North Eust Coiner ol District
Lot No. S501, tbence east lii chains,
thenee soiiih IH chains, thonce west
20 chains, thencc north UO chains, to
point uf commencement, containing
•10 acres. Land situated east oi East
Denials, B. C. Date ot Location, December 3rd,  1911.
Haled  October  17th,  1912.
PATRICK   J.   MURPHY.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of  West  Kooteuay.
Take notice thai I, Samuel James
Harlow, occupation, Fanner, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
thu  lollowing described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the North West Corner of Lot I'll*,
thence west 10 chains, thence south
•10 chains, thonce east 40 ehains,
thence north 10 ciiains tu point of
commencement arid containing 160
acres   more  ur  less.
Hate.I   Octobei   26th,   1912.
S AMUKL   JAMES   HARLOW.
1st  Issue Nov. t,
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Luud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice thut I, John Albert
Lunge, of Lunduu, England, uccupa -
tion, Traveller, intends to apply Ior
permission Lo purchuse the lollowing
described land:
Commencing at a post plunted by
North Eust Corner of Lot 11001, on
the Upper Arrow Lake, au.1 m.t'kud
"J.A.L.S.E. Corner," thenco north
10 chains along the shore ui A.'row
Luke, thencc west 20 chains, tin ire-
south 10 chains, thencc cast 2'J ciiains
Lo poiut of commencement, contain -
ing till acres, mure or less.
Dated 19th  September, 1912.
JOHN  ALBERT LANGfi,
Per Fredrick W. Terry, Ageut.
ist issue Sopt. 28th
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ui  Ileal Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William liilfor,
of Spokane, Wash,, occupation Meat-
cutter, iuteuds to apply lor permis -
sion to purchase thu lollowiug dos
cribed  lunds:
Commencing at a post planted
about 40 chaius eust ol the Southwest Corner of Lot 7079 and jouth-
eust corner of Lot lOSTiti, theuce south
10 chaius, wost 40 chaius, north 40
chaius and east 10 chaius to poiut
of commeacement, aud containing n.O
ucres, more or less.
Daled August 20th, 1912.
WILLIAM UILFOR,
James I'isher,   ' ,.i.;
1st Issue Sept. 11
Howson (3& Co.
Are prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and alll House Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
COAL and WOOD
Good Screened Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand   Hemlock—dry-$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.    I'lione No. Oo
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'lane notice that I, Ktuel Vor.na
iioyd, of Halcyon, R.C, uao'lpatloa,
Married Woman, intends ta apply for
permission to purchase thn tallowing
described land:
Commencing at a post planted GO
chaius in a westerly direction fiom
the South Kast Corner oi Lat iS'S,
Uroup 1, tbence 40 cutuis south,
thence 40 chaius west to lake shore,
thence 40 chains north, thenco 40
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ment, containing 100 acr ;s mure cr
less.
Hated September 21th, 1913,
ETHEL   VERONA   L,VD.
Fer Wm. li.iyd,  Ago;.
NOTICE
Hciulstoke Land Dibtrict.
District ot West Kooteuay.
Take notice  that i,  Lana A.  lilou-
din,    of     Halcyon, H. C, occupatlou
.viarriod Woman, intends to apply tur
permission  to purchase tbe lollowiug
described  lauds:
< . mmenclng ut a post planted    ou
ih boundarj of uud t-0 chuius
in the  South Kast Corner ol
2,  Croup Oue, Kootenay Uis-
trict, and marked "Lana A. bloivliu's
North-West     Corner   Host";     thence
soutb 20     chains,     thencc eust     40
I hence north 20 ehuins to said
south     boundary  ot     suid Lot 7872,
tbente  west  along said    boundary  40
mora  orless  to  the point     ol
ment   contuining   SO      acres
less.
leptember 28rd, 1012.
LANA  A.  BLONDIN,
Pai a. B. Blondln, Agent.
1st inane  ,-iept.  25.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CB,
Sheet   Metal Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Night Phone 4ii
Phone 281
P.  O.   H.'x  4;.'
WHITE STAR—LARGESTSUAHERS^CAHADA
UOYAL MAIL STEAMERS
AUTUMN SERVICE
built ral Quebec        Liverpool
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
CHRISTMAS BAILINGS
l'ortluiul, Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
New s.s. Megantlc
Prom        Prom
Portland    Halifax
New s.s. "Laurentic". .Dec   "   Dee.   8
'   s.s Teutontlc...   "   14      "   U
.Nov. li       "    s.s. Canada    "   21       "    ll
New s.s. Meganticand Laurentic, 15,000 tons, Largest from   Canada,
classes carried.
nil
Teutonic, 682 feet, 18,000 b. p, S.S. Canada, 514 feot, lO.miO urns.
>nlj second ami third class, haggage checked thruugn to steamer in
No hotel or Transfer Expenses.
WHITE STAR LINE
N. Y. Plymouth,    Cherbourg,
Southampton
S.S. Oceanic  Nov. 2i
S.S. St. Louis Nov. it)
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Carry
bond.
WHITE STAR L1NS
New York       Queenstown        Liverpool
S. S. Baltic
S. S. Celtic
21
American Line Steamer,
Company's Office, 019 Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
or A. G. Brooker, Agent, C.P.R. Ry., Revelstoke.
Revelstoke General Agencies, Limited
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(Vest Koo'm naj
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to ai'i'iy 'or pl  ..,.n
the loliowIng u'i r.iiii
.     ,■: nr-1     1.1
tho iVsal   ■ ..' noi   ..1  Lot  i'- .
lorth    1 chain
ore, 1 ie. in i-     mil      10
chain       ence   outh   0 ohalns, tl
I 1   ' hains   In  poinl   Ol mumin  n  .
ment.
i'n' ptembei !4th, i')fi.
1st issue Bept, N Wm. BOYD
nut 11 a
..in..1 District,
■ ol  >'■■  1  Kootenty.
..-' ii •• iimi 1, Jean .i.ii.,   ■.
■. ..I   Montreal, Que.,  ...c ipa
■. chant, Intends 1 j apply   toi
permission to purchase tbs lulu wing
' ..M.i,   I.. ,11.-   .,1    posl   planl   ,      10
outh  11 om 11 poinl    In     lhi
..untn  in,1,nil,,1,   ,,,  I.,,-       |,  1,roup
.   District, which ,« .'.«
tnnl  ii ..in 11,    BotitH Bail    ' irnei  ul
Kill I   I...1 . . ,, I ,  ]
li rn    Ual, 1 ...  Blondln a    North
1     I      th m ,i|i    m
Iialns   ihem.   ■■    ! M 1 lis n 1, thenct
nol Hi   '.'I   . I    .An ,   '
to iin- i-umi ni oommoni      g       on
taining  ISO acrii  inure or lean.
D ted Septembei  88rd, Itu,
JEAN  BATISE Blondln,
Agent
isl inane Bept- Wth
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turning
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 ot repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Jhpe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
c7Wetal, Lath and all kinds of Qlass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH ANO DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THc DRIV**
1", wry 1.1 sly   kiiuwH   him,   hi   '• i
lil- y.eii Umi Uiu   wliiakeyti Wi
asvilltig ti.e the lient.    Cull am.
ii>n\ Hired.    No household ehou.
In- Pillbotlt   a Niipply  of  nui Har-
»>'■ bpuolal Scotch Whlskoy; our
rrupin liqueur Brandy, BtwnuitMd
.«.',..11 h (,id ur Blaokberry Brandy
im Mi-dlclnal purpom.  Our stock
i'l ul " Wines nnd LiquorH of all
kiml, mu iinezoellvd.     Bold Iiy all
Ihe . ift'.n,; Imi,'b , or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers ai u hculvri In fur* Winss, liquors, cigars arm Clf artttta
I WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER,  20,  1M.2
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  IR P "V-IlJLSTOIS:^]
WEDNESDAY.  NOVEMBER,  20,  1312
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS  DEPARTMENT
ONLY SIX WEEKS
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Why not do some of your Xmas
Shopping early. You know the
usual crowds at the season's
end.
"The Campbell Rids
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The greatest character doll ever put over.
Dutch hoys and girls, Baseball Players, Football players, non-breakable heads, and all
hard Wash Cloths, and all making a big hit
with the cute dolls at each 	
$1.00
Wools   Wools!
In   Fancy Colors,   double and single,  Berlin
and Eiderdown Wools and the knitting yarns.
Hair 0
rnaments
New showing of fine Barrettes, Combs,   Hair
Ornaments and Comb Sets.   All Prices	
25c. to $5.00
Fancy  Linens
Our Annual Sale of Fancy Linens is now on.
We have a great showing of Doylies, Tray
Cloths, Sideboard and Buffet Drapes in the
finest pure white linens; nice pieces from	
25c. to $10
The greatest line of Dressed Dollies we have
ever shown at 25c. 50c, 75c and $1.00 up to
§10.
ancy
Work
We have a good Idea in Fancy Work. Each
piece and all the thread and material to complete them,    Towels, Bags, etc., at each	
35c. to $1.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Fure Honey
Wc have just placed in stock a large shipment
of Pure Honey, fresh from Brussels, Ont., in
J Ib. and io lb. tins, and half lb. ?+ lb. and
I lb. jars; quart sealers.
See Our Corner Window for
Classy Biscuits
Huntley & Palmers are fresh from their
Factory in England. Christie's are also just
in from Ontario	
Prices from 2 lbs. for 25c. to 75 Cents Per Pound
Fruit and Chocolates
Fresh   G. B.  Chocolates  in  half and   i   lb.
boxes.
Cape Cod Cranberries, Sweet  Potatoes,   California Grapes, Grapes, Bananas, Oranges and
Lemons.
New China, New Cut Glass, New Dinner Sets,
New Tea Sets.    All kinds Fancy China.
Bovril and Fluid Beef
This is thc time of year for Bovril and Fluid
Beef.    A shipment just arrived	
t6 oz. bottles of Johnson's Fluid Beef.
20 oz. bottles Bovril Cordial,
4 oz. bottles Bovril.
2 oz. bottles Bovril.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Oniy
Ghenardellis Ground Chocolate,  half lb. tins  15c.
Canada Corn Starch 3 packages for 25c
Nabob Custard Puddings 10c. per package
Nabob Tapioca Puddings 10c. per package
Beef Loaf 10c. per tin
Condensed Cocoa aoc. per tin
Choice Teas
Sunbeam Tea, Red, good, peril,       40c.
Sunbeam Tea, blue, best, per lb      50c
New Fruits will bc in next week.
Take Elevator to Fancy Goods Department
A Table of Fancy Articles, pin cushions, photo
frames, sachet folders, Handkerchief Cases,
pin trays, etc.
Beautiful F
urs
Some specially nice sets in Lamb, Beaver, Seal,
Alaska Sable, etc We have always demonstrated our ability to sell good Furs and can
point with pride to most of the good furs in
town having come from here.
Shop Early and get the Pick
of our well assorted stock in
our Fancy Goods Department.
Umbrellas    .Umbrellas
tireat stock of the new designs handles now in,
tops of the Gloria Silk, up to the finest pure
silk tops.
..Men's Goods Department..
Don't wait for the last week to do your Xmas shopping; let us
assist you now in deciding the important questions. Our stock is
complete. We have more opportunities to show you the new lines
than we will have later. A glance at this list will undoubtedly help
you in some cases.
MEN'S GLOVES-Unlined. silk lined,
llee-e lined, fur lined; they come in gray
and brown, undressed kids and mochas,
gray and tan cape  and   kid	
Prices, $1.25 to $3.50 Per Pair
MEN'S NECKWEAR-The newest and
most fashionable lines of neckwear on the
continent including a full range of "Atkin-
Bon's Royal Irish Poplins," and a full line of
knitted ties in separate boxes. Any tie put
up in separate box	
Prices, 50c. to $3.00
c/Men's Mufflers— All the latest in scarfs
and mulllers, the plain button fastener and
the accord ian knit, with a wide range of
padded shapes	
Prices, 50c. to $4.50 Each
Fancy Hosiery—In lisles, cashmeres and
silks, either in separate fancy boxes or by the
half dozen	
Prices, 50c. to $3.50 Per Pair
Men's Suspender Sets -Prices from 75c.
to $3 per Set-
Men's Umbrellas- Silk tops, gold, sterling
or gunmetal handles   	
Prices, $4.50 to $8.50 Each
c^Wen's Collars and Handkerchief Boxes
—either in plain or rough finish leather; both
silk and leather lined, all sizes and colors
Prices, $1 to $5.00 Each
cTWen's Tie Holders—They make an ideal
Xmas gift, as every man wants a place to
hang his tie	
Prices. $1 to $2.50
Military Brushes—In genuine moroceocase
Prices, from S3.50 to $7.50
Tobacco Pouches—In    rubber  and   fine
leathers	
Prices, 75c. to $2.00 Each
Fancy  Vests—Jaegar   pure   wool,  in all
shades 	
Prices, $4.00 to $6.00
Sweater Coats—Fine pure wool in all new
patterns and collars _
Prices, $2.50 to $7.50 Each
Smokers' c/4.ccessories—Pipes, Sets, Cigar
Cases, Pouches, etc.    Anything from   	
50c. to $7.50
Handkerchiefs — Excelda, linen, silk,  initialed or plain      	
Prices, 10c. to $1.50 Each
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to 50c, also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Carpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There ate some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for lO
days only.
LINOLEUM
This week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs in black and white,
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
thetime to make your selections while the stock is all here. Come and
see them anyway. IESDAV    '•
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WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER, 20,  1912
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The  Vacuum clothi • wn ihei' i.i    tb«
the     mai I    .   The price     is
right nt J
Mr.  Railroad   '- .    «Uo u
\ in 'mini cloth, ti wash r, iln- eai • ■ '
un.l latest thing out. t ome to a ''''"'
oi ti il .mi any daj al :; I0p.ru., al old
I y   ..'..;. m   ;,  .. ling  ca   :   Bt,
The \ ,ie". nn clol b di m
ousli'ate I  dally  nt tl      KI J aootonaj
,    ccs,   m n ii   -,ti.i.'!   ni   - y  p.m.     It
s ,voi th every  woiuan'i   »hllo to at-
E   tend.
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I   nn; ei    . ,n e  . n  n   ...i li    u ird,     Got
. ... -mm   w.isIimi   ;,n l  stand  up     as
I    :  lit- us jun in..- t.i ;- our  Aiii-k. .\
i  ol  clothes in     and
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The i rogram al I lie I'l   . ' ■ ;i I hon
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the  iin ii   lor     tin ;     , 111,   tomorrow,
i .in' .I..,  thai ■     m   i    ' m :i ' '
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I and  Dun, mm , nl  hag punchers
eai Ing tor th est I Imo in the
Intel lo ol n.c I tin hill tor to
niorro     i»   ti t, wi th J. Fraud    C    e j
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th   stu    n    of th |>p Concert   nt
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l^evetstoke Inside Property
Real I..;   ■ not ■ et in before al) the most desir-
■ esitli iilial lota
I..i-i week wi made sevei -- t] buyers and it "ill only I.i-'u
Llieni ure i    closi d out.
Call at uur oflii               ■ All our property can be sold
on i .i ;■ terms.
A^ooienay Agencies, Limited
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to be        real   ti eal  to    tin
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.ii.n .  ,vill del   iii  th ■ audience at  th ■
Tripp      'Ci t. w th '.. i   ri nderlngs ..:
!i..l-    I :. ■        tt'hil
mi .,: coasl li is im .i.-l'i. -'.1 to re
main there fur -e.' i I ne, where mi.'
hundred thousand dollars has been
l lor a conservatory e,[
music.
Thc price of admission is one dol
lar with a lew reserves nt  25    cents
extra.   Plan  at     Macdonald's    drug
store.
SUPT. KILPATRICK
TO RESIGN OFFICE
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who would venture •,Iiiciii1v,1i the paBS,
ltdes rose
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norm! and nlniosl   dally contact    wll li
11 ., .. « hose li' ■'    .mi -■    i.iii   in  segro
11 mi    m ,1   it   Is Hi 'ii' test-i
mony  thai   H all  Bale ol liquor wore
nii.; ,ei I  ih- lr iii. i.i. is would ih.- out
iei!  - i  ii   ' iw   '■ ks.
l'i      .1 m   ph,   clans  and   merch -
nl    hn   - m pn ss   l  the same     eon-
■.;,:;  ii    Bbe   ilso    leir   istratod  how
.   .- ■     i.'i    .ui i  Rlrl .it    t heir
l.icntlr.n In     ce  bj   hat Ing such     a
trie!    no      midst In ilir 'ct \ loin
I'  n  nt our lai       It Is not  It ii'.l     I i
tmi I wii    i. ■ iis .     . ii   mn' Inly
est   \i   m       .,   rn   -,, .     . ,
nto tlm    awful life  Irom -• I ich     re
ll ,!   li mil   'ill.I  ■ it 'll   i'n
Ids,
in  M  I iw      well   chosen   v iiviifl  Mrs
II  i -. ---I   ,   vote ..i th n   i
M Inn.   This   ,   . nnd -1   I y
' ■    nu     -I     ii   I',     ly  cm
I mil  Iln I    .-1 v   -Mi. th
■'• 'i 'i    i   ■ I."- il fo the       , I'h
iii In n cloi od,
MEETING   Wl'H.L   \T
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
i.e. i   i'h.ii ilnj   lift -i n ' il ' union,
in mi,n ■     held   in     ih.   i i.
churi'h, v,,i i wi 11 atteivdi i lij  I lie la 1
ies ol  tb I  throe  cl r -clt       '1 ■••■    ie i
ei    was opoi e I   b;   do  nnl  o\ r -
ill :■ v ii ch M i . Gol lo read n
paper on "Bolivia. ' In ll mum gave
un interesl In ■ nei i unl ol i he ■-■ ogi i
phicnl nn I historical Belting ol Hint.
-, .; ..n.i i in ii show '.I Ci.- work
ei-ni. by tho missionaries nf th ■ Hap
11st church and their presenl nei i ol
n nn i money II t hey aro to continue the work successfully nn.l leiim
press tho natives with the tonchlng
thai e.iu ;ii I
' ■  .  Hew.   11..mi i'  ni r : n ,i   .      lo
.ii  Morn   nn     i    re id   hj
Sturdy    i   .'liich i he cli -■
-    - ■ I   I ...       ; hal
..   Its founders
- '  n    •■ ik..nm rh
■ -   - with   .ii !  t -i   ,  lir ; ttie
ncnta lu ' Innadn      lesci hed,      Tli"1
tl   -i   priici .;.!■    .m-i   teach n ;s     may
i men ce to i he verj  Inundn •
tionS   eel"   I I] -,'-,!    .     |>   ol    111"   l-.illH.il'.
i i    i >■     many ol    our most
thou [li   ni ell  ii ns.   A .in.-1  wns then
-n ■    .  Mrs. Colpitti   in: M ss John
si ii. rollowi i :., an n'.'tiumental boIo
by   Miss  i.uu.iim.    Mrs.   Mi-I i  then
ri ml n papoi on "'l'li.' Mother's Mei t
Ing," .l.i.'li had be in written hj Mrs
Po Iln This ; -■■• oi .1 ial! with mat
ters of im tist io mothers concern -
ii tl !■ children an 1 wns much ap
i ■ elated by all present. After tha
Singing ief u  hymn   Mrs.  Dickie dosed
the meeting with prayer, it. is to be
hoped that this meeting will be fol-
lowed by others of a similar nature
■ i iring the winter.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked n complele line of Spm-tinR
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't i'm-get to
inspect uur stock of Fifliinpf Tackle, When >ou see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
ievelstoke Hcrdwore Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Hest Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
OPERA  HOUSi
.!   i whut I'm Looking lot     ti
dooi i, ,. i. hea, windows, In fact ev -
i' iii"'    '     ..   .ii li i  vour comfort
In an I outsld i tho house   .-  aired for
' pply to     th.-
i .M.C.A., by t ilephone.
Ttiursdey, Mmk? 21st, 191
" The Hed Rose"
OPERA HOUSE
Scats at IVLctioRalri's Drug ctoie
rALL UNDEI WEAR *
L'lA/tAD  !
"O'lS
MM.      -     .»•"■'•'
i HUH !       fOKE
iv t«Nl      l> HOU-
,.,      ip,   -.-n   <::   DISPLAY
I..
'
I
I - II '..
and i
s 1 HE REXALL STOKE bews U
Stetson H Foe! '
A. general sp timisra prevails amonu  Revelstoke citi-
is at the present time. Business aud professional men are
looking forward to big things for Revelstoke next year. The
e " ii\ I operations of the C. P. R., bringing work for be
r.vr ■ Iwo and three thousand mon in this district with head-
larters here mean a boom to Revelstoke such as she has
never seen, tt will simply double the value of Real Estate
and manj nen,   foreseeing this, are investing now at old
prices and will realize big returns.    Last week we closed up
deali geting nearly 55,000.
Get in on ths Ground Floor
SOME   MONEY   MAKING   BUYS
- off Macke  tie Avenue, on 5lh Street, only
• lock oil Mackenzie Ave., on 8t!i St., each
Lol on $■■ oot, close in
House on Large Lot, 80 x 100, on Seventh Street. Just
off tftnikvimfi Ave
', / Room Modern  Houso on Ifiirif Street
$1,000 00
335 00
425 00
$2,100 00
$2,000 00
house for .tent on Mackenzie Avenue
J. Dm Watson Realty Company
^— I a,iaajija>-.aa—
Q  POI BY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
'ni Agency, American Casualty Co.
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