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REVELSTOKE. B. C, OCT. 12, I91S
$2.50 Per Year
THE BURNING QUESTION
Will not enter into your calculations if you are
usinn'oneof our Coal Saving, IIF.AT PRODUCING, Durable Heating STOVES.
Our linelhis Season. Better Than
Ever.
New Stoves
New Designs
New Features
The best selected
stock in Town
Prices Right
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Airtight Heaters
Oak, Iron
Heaters
Double Heaters
Electric Heat'rs
Stove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
CURTAIN DROPS 01
FIFTH FALL FAIR
Three Days of Exhibition, Sport and Pleasure Over.-
Full Prize List in All Sections
In brilliant weather ltevelstuke Full
Fair .ml Exhibition were continued
on Wednesday and Thursday. Hy the
evening ol the -*111 the overworked jmi
kck managed to c plete thoir labors
in  the  Innl Bection,  and it was    now
possible to Btee up the exhibits   and
the products ol the various districts
Come when
Steel Ranges—$45 to
vmi can net a kooiI selection.
m.     Coal Stoves-$1S.50 to £30.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
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I Imperial Bank of CanacJa <j>
Q Hoad Otfloe-Toronto, Ontario. V
$ Capital Subscribed - 6,000,000.00 9
X Capital Paid Up -      -       6,460,00^.00 I
Reserve        -      - ■ 6,460,000.00
Total Assets,       - - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points In.Cunarla.
Agents in Great Britaiu ,u,d United Slates—London. England,
Lloyds Bank. Limited. Chicago-First National Bank. OoTU Kx-
change National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank, San t. an-
Cisco-Well-Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane- Bxcbauge
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of fl and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
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represented, The only complete district exhibit Btaged wus Irom the Arrow I.ukes, uuder the management ol
u committee consisting ot Messrs. J.
McCorntlck, U. Shiell, F. U. Pouquler
and various Nakusp ranchers, which
deservedly carried oil lirst prize.
There was on display a wonderful col
leotlou of vegetables staged hy Mr. T.
Abriel ol Nukusp as un advertising
exhibit, this was the best showing
made by uuy one Individual, compels.ng a complete exhibition in it-
sell, of tbe highest class of Garden
produce.
The comparatively new listrict ot
Malakwa, whilst not represented in
the district eihibits, wus very well
advertised by a prize winning collection ot fruit uud vegetables, the celery particularly in tbis section was the stuge singly
oi the highest iiuality, beiug tbe spec
itility of the Mulukwu Bhowing.
Itevelstoke growers were fairly well
represented, Mr. VV. Chung, put in
some vegetables und garden produce,
especially cabbages, wbich did not
sutler by comparison with the heuvy
weigbts of the Arrowlakes.
.\n exhibit whicb uttracted great at
i- nt;iin, was a very large specimen of
bull cariboo,  shot by  Uhiet Surveyor
The Doctor's speech was brief, com-1
meni'ing by a welcome to visitors, our i
worthy muyor continued.   It is cm -
toinaiy lor the mayor to present   to
prominent visitors the key ot the city
alas gentlemen,  1 (lm  unable     to   do
so on this occasion, us the key    was,
swiped from me by a prominent mem
ber of our Progress Club, wbo threw
same into     tbe     Revolstoke-Panauia
grain  route; however,  1 hnve told the.
chief of    police to look alter you uil, |
aud our chairman, who nils ibe magisterial chair, will ulso deal leniently
with all your hurd cases.   Amid pro -
longed applause Mayor Sutherland re-,
sinned his seat.
Secretary  T.K.L.   Tnylor,  unfortunately absent in search ol his music, i
missed  an  urgent cull  to sing,     and '
Mr. Hawker obliged with a recitation
"Dun McGrun"  one of Services'  best.
"Everybody's Doing It" lloatml
gnily from the orchestral headquart- j
ers, whilst various brands travelled
round in short circdlts. Comrades P, i
Levesuue nnd T. Kilpatrick, having i
declined n joint dialogue venture a1
la mil,  were prevailed  upou to take]
J Iers   beHpokc   tho   assistance   of      tlio
people ot Itevelstoke in theso t- opos-
'nis, und a  reciprocity  iu friendly vis
I Its between pluees at fairs and   other
important oventH."   Cheers.
|    Mr.    Mi'.Coi'inick,  of    Uurton    City,
' spoke  briefly  ou  behall ol that dis -
! trict.
Expert  Winslow   congrar.uluiM.l    tbe
Association aud  tho district upon the
'advance made since the Inst (*ti\
Mr. R. Lawrence rendered "N. I-oay"
and bowed an acknowledgment     ol
'cheers for the last song In tae even
Ing.
Mr
'cstly
Maxwell,   uf   Hock   Island,
declined a call tor speech.
n.oii-
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for Beaton,
kindness os
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I     to
, saw
nnd
and-
•Thc
Ladies' and
Children's
II
Cup lain Armstrong, who is in charge
ot tbe Dominion l'arty now inquiring
into the whole question of the navigability ol the Columbia river. The
party were returning irom the upper
waters, aud wheu twenty miles from
Uevelstoke, sighted the cariboo on
tbe bank of the river. Capt. Armstrong brought tbe greut beast down
with one well aimed shot, and the
carcase, loaded on a l'eterboro canoe
was safely conveyed to Uevelstoke
and presented to I'rcsidcut A. .McUoe
for exhibition purposes.
SMOKING  OONOEBT.
Lights sboue  brightly  from   lbe win
dows of old Selkirk Hull,   when     ut {
8.31)  p.m.   Wednesday,      Dr,  Hamilton
president  ot   lbe   Itevelstoke   ProgreSB
Club took tbe chair ul u smoking cou '
P. Levesque opened the ball,
remarks of some of you that 1 um
no good In my present position, are
due to your poor judgment or luck
of ordinary bus,uess ability. My an-
togati.st of last year, 'our Old Tom'
got such a handling last year when ho
faced ine, thut be refuses to meet me
ugutn inside or outside the bur. 1
huve very little more to suy, and I
hereby  scrutch in favor  ot the    beld
Prolonged
or any otber better man.
applause.
Mr. Uobertson next obliged with a
song "The Coleen" a neat tuneful
story of old Ireland; Mr. B.H. Atkins
vice president of the Progress Club,
answered a call for a speech. Mr.
Atkins stated "the only justilicutiou
be had for being on his feet was to
welcome the visitors aud to express
the wishes of the people of Hevelstoke
for a continuance of the present cordial relation ol business and friendship between Hevelstoke and the sur-
rouuding district."
The orchestra followed with' Dinfi."
An old resident uud u best friend of
lievelstoke, T. Kilpatrick, called upon for a speech, was enthusiastically
received.
Another Shipment just to hand
Mrs. A, a Crick, • First Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND
will rclresh you with its I'ii, ht,
ll.ivor and IrsgTSilcy. Sold iu
lead piick.tg, s.
and 50c.
TEA
iplcy
1  Ib.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
QROOER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
cert tendered to the visitors to tbe
Kevelatoke fall Fair.
The Hevelstoke orchestra struck up
a lively introductory und when tbe
music uuu Unished tiie chairman opined the proceedings witn u unci
speech.
After welcoming the guests und explaining the objects of the smoker he
continued.
1 ue occasion upon which we ure gu-
thered here is certainly un uuspicious
'oue. To thn-e exhibitors uad outside visitors, particularly our friends
li oiu tbe Allow lakes, whose splendid
exhibit staged at the grounds und
I particularly tbut wonderful collection
ot produce shown by Mr. turret, have
done so much to muke this tuir a record for this district, we tender thia
entertainment. Vie trust that uil pre
■ent will spend u pleusunt evening
amongst us. (Loud cheers.)
ibe     chairman     then   called upou
Messrs. Lawrence and Rousrtson   to
open  tue entertainment witn a duet
'Larboard Watch,"  tne voices ol  tbe
;s blended Bnely     with ;i„- lune
of  the  old sea song and the     uil '.Is
onl) escaped repeated encore cu 's on
tbep  Ioiii.i-m  ol   again obliging  .Icing
the evening.
Dtraini ol "Tht Dixy Hag'1 iii.ickeu-
.-.I lhe atmosphere, smokes .uJ re-
lieslni.euts went into brlSj eiic.i'.i-
i.oii ,,ii,I tbe Iiiii got wen under vay
"1 don't know whether 1 am too
late or too soon, but 1 am here because I am here (hear heal) uud 1 um
bl.ll alive by virtue of the
ol our old friend p. Levesque, who
might have polished me oil if 1 hud
given lum u chance to repeat his
stunt of last year. We have had a
liue exhibit, there huve been faults ot
management, most of inexperience but
these will he remedied in future years
Uur thanks are due to our visitors,
and outside exhibitors for the success
we bave attained with their kind assistance."   Loud  cheers.
Mr. F. Q, Kounuier, of Needles, bud
a  royal  reception.
"Tbis  is  a surprise  and  a  pleasure., .
' bury I.Johusoiw 2nd.
1   must  plead  guilty   to   being tin  old
PIANDS-PLAVER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds ot
Small cTVlusical Goods
Uur old favorite, Albeit Ai.nau lol
lowed with "Who ate yo.l will. To
night" and answered Lhe encore with
Lovelund." The uext .tern wua a
stump speech from our re;..'.tit uud
president, Mi. Sandy McRae, whooS
tflorts h.i.M done so much to n ake
our fair a success, uftcr tue cell S ol
"Jolly Hood Fellow" tad 'led away
duudy arose und delivered uie Kinds,
hi credited bis boisterous weir, ine us
much   to  good  liquor us good  iieinta.
tinier aud 1 have seen tbe develop -
ment of your fair from nothing to its
present proportions;     1 congratulate
you upon the success which you have
attained, The exhibits Irom all sections of tins district are an eye opener; you must extend your buildiugs,
und youi accoiumodulion for you will
iii'iil all lhu room you cun pluce ut
the disposul of exhibitors. Tbe resl -
dents of  the  Arrow   lakes ure ulwuys I
ioo pleased to extend to tbe people
nl  Hevelstoke the "glad bund" ol wel
tome."    Loud  Appluuse.
,    Mr.  Aininu answered  tbe cull    willi
I "Loves uld  Sweet  Song"  all joining
lustily  in  the chorus.
I    Mr.   CbaS.   May   ol   Malakwa,  spoke ''
briefly as a representative ol the Oar- ;
deu  ol   ISden.   "Malakwa  as a  town-
Site and an agricultural district Is ou
the map lo stay; we bave hecn     well
treated   by  the   biisinessmiii  and   rcsi- '
Lindsay spoke
his I hanks for
tho visitors.
Mr. Andy Craig of Trout  Las.
tbe chairman looking his way
faded away rather than fare tht
lence.
Mr. Jamleson of Arrow Park upoke
briefly, and Ralph Simpson, ol Arrow
bead, took tbe ring, expressing his
pleasure at being a regular uttendant
for four yearB of  Revelstoke Fairs.
Representative Hall ol I-I-ills Larding echoed thc sentiments of invious
speakers. The exhibition showed just
what could be done in the Interior o!
B.C.. Mr. Vestrup of Nakinu, stated how pleased he was to ,iave been
at the fair and thanked all for thcit
kind reception ot the visitors.
Mr. Bruce Lawson dished up several neat stories und a recitation Vlie
Imp."
Mr. McKay spoke briefly .for tbc 0,
P.R.
I    Piper Mcfflenzte favorod with a lin-
I ul tune and a most iileasant c-c.itig
closed  with  a vote  of thanks to  cur
"Hosts  the  Progress  Club"   at   12..iO
o'clock.
HORSE RACKS.
A final full day's horse racing
wound up the Bporting side ol the
fair. Tbc whole program of the meeting was carried through without a
hitch, and nothing but praise wus
beurd on all sides for the manage -
ment of this department, naces were
called promptly on time, with no un- |
necessary delays at the post. Start-
ing by Mr. T. Stevenson of Vernon, '
was of tbe highest order, there was
not one bad start, no whipping ol
horses, or loud talking to the boya.
The sod track wa3 an cyeopener to
the borse men who were more than
pleased with it, and the condition of
the turf reflects great credit on our
hard working president and Mr. CR.
Skene.
Mr.  A.   J.  McDonell    was presiding
judge, his decisions were well received
by the public.   Mr. C. R. Skene mude
u competent clerk ol course, und Mr.
J.  Uuy Barber un accurate timekeeper.   W.  McDonald  of     Calgary,    bad
charge of the books, handling     tbem
i to the satisfaction of the betters, the
| odds, considering  tbe small fields, being very  good.    All races were keenly
contested,  in  the     majority  ol cases
'the  proverbial   blanket      would   have
i covered  the  lirst  three horses.     The
meeting demonstrated the tact that a
j Bttcccssful  fair cannot he run without
; some attraction such as  noise   raciug
and   when   thc   public  cut  such    sport
as this yeur,  good gales mny  always
be    expected.    Horses      were   ol   high
class,  aiid  credit must  be given     to
1 owners  and  jockeys  for  doing  all   in
their power to Smooth  the  rough  going ol  thc  management.     Following
is an ollicial summary of the races:—
Four and a hall [urlongs,  pi ise of
$125—Nellie Racine (Agursj 1st; Corn-
Annie Wells and
trina Lee also ran.—Time .53 sec.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St. Revelsloke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
".McClary's" on goods is ., quality name. Imagine the
comfort in using a McClarj Stove. Simple to work, easy
to clean, .iml economical on fuel,
Sporting Goods
Rifles aud Slmi t .nn-.. single and double barrel, Winchester. Retnlugton and Stevens, Repeating Shot Guns, shot,
Shells and Cartridges, (all calibres) Shooting Coats, Cat-
tiiil-e Belts, Oun Covers, Osmi Tra]      ill  heel
Groceries
Fresh   Kippsreil
\ egetables, I offeei
plies.
Putter   Crocks
China snd i II ■
Ilerring  just  arrived,
.1  s. Hay,   l'Tour
Crockery
Jugs,
I • 1   I
llllll  I'l
Bean
•sw.tre.
Pots
l mil  and
ultry Sup-
I'M
PLUMBING HKATIM,
Special Attention Paid to
TINSMITHING
Mail Orders,
SS
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke. Telephone No. 22
n
Some of Mclntyre's Prices
^abbatft, per lb	
Cauliflower, per lb.
Onions, gnotl and lirm,
Apples, snow, per box
per lb.
'tX
KlC
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$1 35
Apples, Wolf River, large red box ijl 50
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Svift's Lay°More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke \M Market, Ltd.
Five furlongs, I'nrnc $126—Doride
(Broatltoot) lat; Tristic (Martin) 2nd
Senator Warner also ran.—Time 1.04
One quarter Mile local—St, I'eter
lut; Baby Hull 2nd, .Spider nlso ran.
Time 1.01.
six furlongs, Puree (150—Lord Hus
Kington (Sautelt) let; Melar (Wll-
lininsi 2nd. V,i Ann and Josie ri.
iii ii ran,   Time 1.20
One Hall Mile, heats 2 in :i. Purse
|150 Aimie Wells (Martin) 1.31, 1st,
EOrma Ler (Williams) 2.12, 2nd. Nellie
Racine, Senator Warner,  VoAml end
Eunice also  run.
Mix (urlongs, I'iiim' ji;:. iiui id,'
(Broad(oot) Ist; Lord Rossington
(Sautell) 2nd. Trlste nnd Wassail ul
hu ran.   Time  1.19 3-5
Ono Mile, Purse »i".r>. Burl (Broad-
loot) 1st; Wassail iMiirtini 2nd, Josie
S, und Srinpiflla also run. Time 1.61
and   MS seconds.
Knur and a ball furlongs, PursellSO
Nellie Racine i »yers)     hi ; Com
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ava
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
'I i.iiiiiih ii, tn.ii.i | oui
nml Reasonable
ill .Ii|i|ll.llli IS   ll, tr.
l'i ices,    r.ii i  i
QUI! a,
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•ervtct,   Perfect (lesnllneei
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A. G. THIAKIHON,
The   guud   lulks  irom   the  oatitli  hnvo
ugn-n  ut  tint,  luir  milled  vo 'be  old
standard un 1 helped to inului i.1"' luir '
u success und 1  um glud to sec tbem
represented in tbis gathering, I hope
they will agu.u be   .'itli u* llu it ; -in.v
with   an   even     t>.iU»'tr    blioning,     ,1 '
possible.   Next year we hope to buvc'
lurtber  extended   huildings  to  accom-
niiHlate the     exhibits,  (Loud cheers.) I
Mr.  Mcilue theu took his seat.
"llol,y Lnnd'' Iiy Mr. R, Lawrence,'
matte u hit wiih the uudieuce. The1
orchestra continued the pace with
"Alexander! Reg Time Uund,"
His Wumhip Muyor clnthsrland, was
ate Bame,  Vic  luuk  forward  to a clt'S-1
er  connection  by   roud  and  ti'lcpn.iue
with   the  Citizens      of      Itevelstoke."
(Cheers.)
Oiper McKenzie obliged with a rbirl
tbe  audience met him standing,
Mr. T. Abriel ol Nakusp wus the
next spcuker. Mr. Abriel expressed
his thunks for tbc opportunity ot
speaking ut sucb a pleusunt gathering
"As a pioneer ol tho Arrow lakes, ne
could only see In the splendid exhibits shown hero at  the luir,  a fn '111
bury (Broadfoot) 2nd, Lord Rosslng
ton untl Annie Wells ulso ran. Time
1.56
.Seven Eighth Mile, purse $175—Hurl
(Broadfoot) 1st; Henator Warner
(Hiutell) 2nd. Mclnr nnd Wassail also ran.   Time 1 ..13
Three-Eighth Mile, special purse of
JI25—lrnia Lee,  1st; Rnxy (Wnrnock)
Hnd.   Nellie   Ruclnc  and   Kuniee    also
ran, Time ..'18b.
I    One hnld Mile local—Bt, peter i Mar
ment of their faith In the district und   tin) ,it. ^    „„„ (A       , ^
ulorecustc of     what thc future held.
Thc sottlcrs of the lake shore     wero '
Manager   tUe ncit v'ctiui «•ttic •wntna'i can eistoKe «■«• »uve
struggling towards prosperity, the
question nf government assistance al
ung  business lines only In the n niter
of land clearing. Increased telephone
oiuintinlcution und extension ..„ hcv-
onc and the hett-
br and Nig nlso mn.   Time l.ni.
Five Kighth   Mile   Consolation,   for
Purse oi IU0—Senator Werner tSati-
tcll) 1st; Joule a. (Ayres) 2nd. Vo-
Aml, Trlste and Kunire also ran.—
Time 1.03.
(Continued on Page Two}
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Meat Society Branb Clothes
Go tbe fair IRcyt Week
They are tho most modern ready-
to-wear cl' " '1 if ■•
tatfes of buying clothes of I i kii ■!
are many: j i. cai • how
you are ):nitiu to luuk. ." i know
IN ADVANCE what you arc
to net.
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES are
finely ai.d substantially tailored
They are built to wenr nt.J
to satisfy.
flftcHae
Mercantile Co.. Xto.
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WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
J\ G-TJ^aT BAEBEE
C. P. K. WATCH INSPECTOR^ IATURDAY,  OCTOBEB !::,  19U
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riATUUDAY,  OCTOllEIt 12, lOli,
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COAL   GOAL   COAL
Winter '.\;'. e here and we are fully pre-
. e i :•■ supply your requ remenes wiih any
kind ol Give 3 our orilor early.
BANKHEAD 1 OAL
Bro!                                          $10,50 per ton
  in 50 per ton
St i re                                      L0.50 per ton
  8,75 per ton
LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL SOFT COAI,
\ I trninjj coal           9.50perton
Pl Coal .. . 11.00 per ton
SURE AND ORDER EARLY
1 he Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
CURTAIN DROPS ON
FIFTH FALL FAIR
erel and pullet, won by Naylor    and 23—Onions Vi.
I,,.in 24   Unions  Ited,   .1.  Mat/,,  C,  Totnlin-
I    Smythe Ol . i  Btore Oup—BeBt Hull son.
Orpington, ■    '■   ind hen, won by IL 25—Vellow,  O.  TomlinBon, ri. Fruno.
IO.  El, Smythe, ::'    Pickling,  0,   Lat,,nne,  .1. Matz.
Rovelstoko Whim and Spirit  Oo, cup 27   Green, tl.  Laforme,
u, ..I  uiul,. i.m :h,.rn, cock mid hen, 28—Pons, Q., Q,  Laforme,     W.     H.
won bj   •'■  Morgan. Smith.
Lawrence Hardware Company Oup— 2(1   Beans yellow,  (I.  Lai u'.ue,     Kc-
llr.ii   S,   I..   Wyandotte,  cock and  hen. Kinnon.
won hy P.  Fleotham, 30—Beans, green,  tl.  Laforme,     Mc-
i'. I''.  Lintlmark Oup- Bosl     Brown Kinnon.
Leghorn, cockerel ami  pullet., won hy 31    Brd,  Wr., T.  Abriel.
K.  j    Bollard. 32—Corn, • ',. Laforme, c. Haner,
McRao  Mercantile Cup—Best Purred 33—BeetB,  tl.,   J.  Matz,  H.  Bleared.
Rock,  cockerel  mul  pullet,  won     by ;il   Beots,  long,  11.  rliegfred,     Thos.
J. Shaw, Al"'i<'1-
Sawyer Bros, Cup-Best White Log- SS—Celery, Q,,  J.  Wiper, '■'. May.
horn,   COCkorol   and  pullet,   won   by   J, 3G—Oelery,   W.,   .1.   Wiper,  0. Mny.
Morgan. 38—Lettuce, open, tl. Laforme.
Enterprise   Brewing   Oo, Oup—Best 3U—Lettuce,     closed     .1.   Lonzo,  T.
Breeding Pen, won bj   !•'■  P. Oroech, Steed,
Rovolstoko i'. mid I'.s. Association ■"'■  Radish, long, W. E. Smith.
Cup   Best   HI.nt  Minorca, cock,  won 41—Turnip, (1.  Laforme, W.  Chung,
hy .1.  Mnthlo. 48—Blank, A. Pruno,  W.Q. Smith,
American  Bull Plymouth  Rock, Olub '"   Squash green h., A.  McDonell, T.
Ribbons   Besl   Rock shaped, male, fe- Abriel,
male.  Hest   Bufl surfaced  male,     le- 45—Squash,   golden,   T,   Abriel,   (leu.
male.     it.  M. Smythe. all awards, Laforme.
, li;— Scalloped, T. Abriel, 0. Laforme
SECTION   n.   FRUIT. |47-lSssei II.. W.  tii. Smith.
48—Squash  A.O.V.,  Yizzo, T.  Abriel.
' 89—Oatsup, tomato,     MrB, Robbins,
Mrs.   Steed.
40—Raspberry vinegar, Mrs. Steed,
Mrs. Needham. ,
Preserved fruit special, Mrs. Shaw,
Arrowhead,
Speeial collection jelly, Mrs. Thos-
Stoed,
Judges, Mesdanies F.W. Laing, CA.
Abrahamson and O.R,  Lawrence.
i.i Pi-.ii ;■ itini  i»Aiil   ' >m
I   ii LTR.   EXHIBITS.
Thi   Pou ent ot thi  lair
the a jement     ol
Revelstoke 1      trj       I Pel
Assoc (
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it. ■   . [uip| i    ■ he   cooj     1'oni
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-Yellow   l.. I, CB. Hamborg,
-A.O.SA ., 2nd, Mrs. ii. darner.
I'.i    Heaviest,   T.   Abriol,   W.E,   Smith.
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POULTRi   PRIZE LIST,
Barred Plymouth Rocks It. M.
Smythe, Cock, lsi, Brd; hen 2nd, cock
■ : a.  2nd,  iuiIImI   1st, 3rd.  Pen   1st, 2nd
.1. Shaw. Cock 2nd, lien Ist, 3rd,
, ockerel  IbI , 3itl, pullel 2nd, pen 3rd.
White     Plymouth      Itt.cks- It.     M,
Sm) Uie cock it, 2nd,     hen 1st, Jn»i,
cockerel ..i.l. pullet 2nd, pen 1st, 2nd,
3rd.   s. Needham, ben 3rd,     cockerel
.   and,   pullet 1st, 3rd.
liml Plymouth Rocks- R.M. Smythe
cock 1st, 2nd, hon ist. 2nd, 3rd, cock
11cl  Isl, pullet 2nd, pen 1st, 2nd.
P. W. Laing, cockerel, 2nd. Brd, pul
I, t   1st,  3rd,  pen ilrd.
Silver Penciled Rocks P. Soumcs,
. ocif li'•. hen 1st, Snd, 3rd, pen 1st.
. ilver i.,u' i Wyandottes ti' Fleotham, cock md, 3rd, lien Ist, 2nd, co-
ckerel 2nd, 3rd, pullet  3rd, pen  iM
i . iy. a'oung, coi i. 1st, hen 3rd, pen
3rd.
i' i.iiieis lu,in ie, i oi i.i i.. 1st, pullet
ii i    2nd,  peu 3rd.
tvhitc Wyundottji Nuyloi and Bean
coch : i, hen 2nd, .au, c ckerol Isl,
.l.u,  pen  1st, ilrd.
d. Shaw, cock 2nd. ben ist,
al   ii ..  pen  2nd.
ll   i..m.i,.a. pullel 2nd, 3rd.
p.,ru Idge  Wyandotti.-.   ill .. i i, is.
Rl  i m     tslnnd     Rt-Js   ti. >.•, ired,   ghlell,
cock  1st. 2nd, ci   kerel 3rd,  pen 2nd.
J .    Moi .'.in.    i 01 ..    3| .!,    h   :
3rd.
F. Fleetham, ben  Ist, 2nd, lockeril
i. pullet 1st. 3rd, pen 1st.
I .Hues,   pullet 2nd.
.-'. C. White Legborns—B.F. St
cock   1st, in :     3rd, ] tilt
pen 1st.
d. Morgan, cock 2nd. ben
pullet Is'    pen 2nd.
I-    i      i
pen 3rd.
L.  K. Jai nd.
s   c. Brown ;
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p. Bui p. '     i
In, rae.
"   m In     M  it  Marl et Cup      letl
ll.iin I   lt"Ck,  i iik   and   I, n,   w
it. m. Smytbe
J. <J  L'ariicr Oup—Best Uerae, eo*J
50—Pumpkin, T.  Abriel, W. Ohung.
,    „ ,.,,.,   „i   ,., 51—Heaviest,   W.   K.   Smith,  T. Abriel
1   -Wealth,.   1.   K.  Fiel.l;  2,  W.  OhUng ' .. ,,   ' ,„     .,.,,, ,   ,,
  ,    ,,    62—Veg.  M.,  W., T.   Abriel, Camphcll
5—liavcn,   i,  F,  ii.  Pouquler; 2,  II. ' '
i M—tlreen,   T.   Abriel,   W.   E.   Smith.
,,    ,,  ,,     , ..     al— Itimaiocs,   Jowett,   .1.   Wiper.
6—Duchess,   I,  II. (olbeck; 2nd,    H. '
. .In—Ribbed,   J.   Wiper,   W.E.   Smith.
'r.iiiiiinsiiii. 'r-   ,.,       ,        ,„.,,,,
,    ..    ,, ,   ,,    57—( iicuiubcrs,  T.   A luud,    (leo.    La-
,    Alexandria,  I, S, Needhnni; 2, IL',
forme.
I lesgstrom. .„   #-,        , . , ,• „■,,,■,
,    ,    ,     ,,,.,,  M—< urumhers,   pickling,     T.   Abriol,
S   St..  Lawrence, 1, J.  L.  Funk, 2nd,,..    .,   _   ...
W,  E. Smith.
Sl1"'11' 59—Cucumbers,   Oherk,  2nd,  (1.    La-
'i   Beiteg, 2nd, C. Haner. ,
forme.
|:    [*"*»  '"•  1',|",:"-„ (iO-Cucumbers.  G.H.,
II "''"  l''1'1""   -' :•  Pr,lmo' Gl-Citron,  best,  C  Haner. T.  Abriel
12-Kes o.   F. «.. Pouquler                l64-Pepper, «;., Lomo, J. Lonzo.
13-A.O.FV., .. R  shiell, li. Smythe  ,..,...     '     ■ £
14—Yel.   N.P.,   1,  T.   Abriel;  2nd.  .las. '
tu.—Special   for   Revelstoko  collect,on
Snedilini. , .   , ,        ...    ,,, ,,    ,    ,
...   of vegetables, \\. (bung, ',. Laformo
15    N,   Spy,     ,   F.  (,.   Koiiquwr, 2,  Q.   ....    _,      .  ,   ,. „              , ,,        _    _
It—Special   MeKcn/.t'O   & Co..   W.    I'l.
W, Bell.                                                  a   „,     ,   ,
,   ,    Smith,  J.  I.tuizo.
17   ii    Spits, 1, C B. Hamberg; 2nd,   (,,_ Spocill,    Hmvs„„   & Qo<  coUec.
',-"'„'''M',"'"1                                      itfon roota and               T   Abrlel
'     Mc   Red,     Busnell  Bros.;     2.  U. ,,.„_,.   |)k    Meda,   ffB rfmitll
,%"h"'"- , ,. ,,    70—Lawrence     Hardware     Co.,  Beld
I!    Snow,   I,   M.t.  Tomlinson;  2,    R.,_ . .  .   .      ,,  ,  , ...
I' nts special   for  Malakwa,   A.   Pruno
SECTION I—FLORAL.
Astors, T.  Steed,  il.N.  Ooursler,
Shaw.
sweet Peas,  II. Slegfred,
■Carnations,   Miss K.  Field.
-Ilnlias,  T.   Steed.
Qeranums,  J. Shaw.
Migonette, S. Needham,
—Phlox,  ii. N. Ooursler, T.  Steed.
Panslos, T.  Steed, H. Slegfred.
Poppies, ll. Slegfred.
Stocks,   Mrs.   K.   Ii'ield.
t'leiniiiis, II. N. Ooursler.
Hollyhocks,   H.   N.   Coursier.
Vabenas, Miss ti. Field,
Boquet,,   Il.N.   Ooursior,   Mrs.  T.
end,
—Table 1.1.,   Mrs. T.  SI 1.
-Design, Mrs.  T.  Steed.
-Begonias,   Mis.   K.W.   Laing,   Mr,
Shaw.
-I'alliiipsis,   Miss  K,   Field,
Geranium, J. Shaw.
Fern, P. w. Laing.
Hydrangea,  J.  Shaw.
—House Plnnt.,- J. Shaw.
—Greenhouse  Plant,  W.   Pottrufl.
-G.   II.   Kerns,   W.   II.   Piilt.i'ilft.
-Q. il. Flowers,     W. ll. Pottrufl.
Judge,   J.  Maley.
TO-NIGHT
i
SECTION   I)—KIKI.tl  PRODUCE
I'.i—Blenheim 0., 1, C, B. Hamberg; 2
Busnell  Pros. ^^^^^^
R   I.  Green,  1, J.  L.  Funk; 2. IL     I~1!''"'l''y  *■.  W.  K.   Smith
' c. Tomlinson.
11 Baldwin,   1.  R,  Shiell;
Kunk.
12 Golden It., P. G, Fouquier; 2, H.I   '   wheat' s"rt'  K   K- 8lnlth'  ThoB
C TomHnson. Ist"""1
...   DrImM ,.     ,   „   ,,,,,,, 5-Wheat, Bpring, T. Abrlel,  Vi.   E
|24-Ontario, I.  J. ll.  McSormtck, 2,  s""tl''
H, C Tomlinson. '    '",i<- W   K"  s,"';,h' (i' ,!an,cl'-
Hay,  'I'..   W.   I-I.   Suutb, 0, Cainci
»—Bearded,   W.   E.   .Smith,  T.   Abriel
j    h      3—Wheat,   hard,   W.   E.   Smith,      0.
' Haner.
.'■   Bana . V. ip   Fro h lm; 2. H.C
Tomlinson,
,'m   Wu  u.i.   .i ll.  McCormlck;  2.    R.    9—AMalte.
8 -Clover, w.  B,  Smith.
^^^^^^^^^^    111—Rye,   2nd,   T.   Abriel.
'27-Jono, 1. J.H.  McCormlck; 2, F.   |:(   IV:1S' w- ''•  Ma,z'
: K 14—Peas,  small,   J,   Matz,   Vi.  Chung.
IS II. lM-P'ans,   .7.   Matz.
•'.    K    of T..   1.   It.   Shiell.   .'. P.   0.   '■'■     "■""'•   (:'   <'""■"•'■■
::   Turnips,  S.,  w.  Ohung, B.  Som-
enille.
er.
It.  ,^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^_
l«—Turnips,   white,   A.   Kruno,       ll.
k   .1    II   McCormlck; 2. I   • rvlll«-
'   M ingels   i; .   Somerville,   Abriel.
H   ' Manwl ■  ''■■'"'   K   Blrick»on,     B.
led. 1    P. (!
3.. G   Laforme, T. Abriel.
ts, w..  w. Chung, P. Bom-
• 11*.
w. Chung,     Tims.
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21-1        ' ..   V.,   Mr.   Given.    Mr.
■ ■• : i-. -i      B.  Needham,
...
W.E.Smith,
Hank   (or   Pota-
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HOUSES AND CATTLE.
I    Genernl   purposes  horse,   1,      ('.   It.
I Hume;  2,   W.  11.   Pottrufl.
I    Cow, three years,  I, 0. lt. Skene; 2
Mr.   Carlson.
Call,   Mr.  Carlson,  Mr.   Carlson.
j    Heifer, I, Mr. Carlson.
I    Hairy Cattle herd, 1, Mr.  Carlson.
SECTION   J—PAINTING,  ETC
|  1   nil  pointing,  H. Copeland.
| 2—still life. Miss Wrigley, it. Oope-
: laiui.
I 3—Painting, unknown,    unknown.
j  4—Water  color,      R,  Copeland,   Miss
Wrigley.
!   5    still   Life,  Miss Wrigley, J. Lyttle.
|   6—Any Subject,  It. Calder, Miss Did-
duii.
!  i—pencil, I.s.,  R, Copeland.
. 8—Pencil still lite, it. Copeland.
j  9 -Pencil, copy, J.  Lyttle.
j in   Pen and  Ink,     It. Copeland,     B.
> lliiencll.
111—Pen and  Ink,  It.  Calder,  U.  Hue-
' nell.
'Li— Wond   Carving,   Mr.   Tweedale,   lt.
Copeland.
ii   Wood  Carving,     Mr.  Dgyr,     it.
Calder.
I.',—Photo,  A.W.  Greenwood, S.  Hall.
'll     Pin!.   Photo,   A.   A.   Pearson.
SCHOOL SECTION.
118—Drawing,  1,  C. Field,  2, K.  Field;
Bpecial, R. Calder.
P.i—Water Oolor,  S.  Needham,        E.
Wrigley.
20—Water Color,  Unknown, 0.  Kield.
121—Maps, 0. LundeU.
22—Maps,   0,   Field,      C.   Field,      R,
Calder.
23   Writing,  It.  Calder, unknown,  unknown.
I ii—Writing, i to 12,  Unknown.
25   Writing, II. 8, i'i. Pottrufl.
:     Exercise Honk, G. Gield.
127—Exerolse book, 12 to 16, R. Cald-
Unknown, (.'. Field.
:.l,I,ler,  under  12, C.  Kield.
31 Wild  flowers,  0. Kield.
32 Map    .if      11.   ('.,   0.   Kield,   Chas.
Field.
FIRST
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mer? ca s
Greatesi:
uvenue
ancers
and
Acrobats
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Everything
Different
from last
En<jage=
ment in
Revelstoke
$60,
ADMISSION, 15c. and 25c
'  :   BAKING   AND
6-
:' . KS.
Mrs   T   Bteed
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Parker
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i'i   Brussel .    .     ■       •...,.,-,  w.  B.
2     ' I  ,'otine,   J.LoWo
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Ihai        'i
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and  llcnn,
Mi     Steed, Mm.   B.
Need bam.
int, Number 6,
SECTION K-LACIC WORK.
II..nil,in   Lace,   .Mrs.   Wells.
Battenburg Lace, Mrs. Wcdls.
— Shawl,   Mrs. Cook.  Mrs.   Needham
-Stockings,   Mrs,  .Matz.
Waist,   Mrs.   Wells.
—Embroidery,   Mrs.   Nicholson.
i mbroidery,  .Mis~  B. Cook.
Hailaeliian,  .Mrs.  Needham,    Miss
| link.
Dollies,  Mrs.  Nicholson,
Eyelet,  Mrs.   Needham,  Miss Cook
Cushion,   Miss  Wrlgloy, Mrs.     (.'.
a ion,
Mrs. Nicholson,     Mrs,
Ml       i '.ink,   Miss   tii.
Mrs.   P.   Parker.
Mrs    Slegfred.
Mrs   P,  Parker.
Mis.   S     '■■    lb.in,
Needham.
...    Mi      '■ ' boll "I
ll .   ill;.III.
d      i:   Cook,
Frame, Mn    N Ichol on.
K   Cook,
Work,   Wi      Maddocks.
-•   rl    Mt     Uppei
■ id,   Mi     Field,
Mis.   Nee.lh.nn.       Mis,
Mrs   Cook
■ ■    Mi     il     lm)' bo
. ■■  Vi   '•'      15  ''link   Mrs.
•i
■   ' ice, Mi
IE umi. i    i   ,, .re   i.r
ijrtbe.
■ i L> m top. Mis. sieg-
red
I     ilU.      I.Allllil I
11 ade . jliii.ii. id otitstand
nsril     wai   ths Plumbing nud
,i lt.it ii,: di Ipl i •        I! ■      Luw-
i indwiiie company, , very neat
ami ii|i|ii'n|iriiittd.v designed bathroom
.uni fttttngi complete,   Mr. w.ii. pot-
iiuil was also uu tubibitor under this
section With a good display of plants
and  flowers Irom Ilis nursery.
The Poultry Seetiou ol tbo Exhibition was exceptionally well handled,
and we guarantee the list ol winners
us published, to be in accorduueo
with the judges decisions.—Ed.
Willing to Hire Woman
Sa8katOon, Uct, 7—Some idea of tho
demand for harvest help may be gathered trom a statement made at lho
star employment bureau, tbat 11
1,1)0(1 men were lo arrive in Saskatoon today little difficulty would be
experienced in placing them in a remarkable short time. Farmers the
country over arc in a dilemma, and
in an effort to alleviate tbc acuteness
ol the labor situation have advanced
wages and are uow offering (3.9 I pi i
day, us'iinst. $;( per day yesterday
morning. 'Phis offer evidently is not
as big a drawing card to the laborer
us tbe farmer at flrst believed, us it
wa- learned that hundreds ol orders
to send m, ii at $3.50 a iluy remain un
lUled and with little possibility of doing rn, for some time,
tme farmer who arrived trom l.ani-
gan, in conversation with u reporter,
said that if he could not get men he
Would take women. Asked if he
thought   the  w iilil iiii the wmk
n   ili .1 ho said that tbere ws  little
doubt about it. "I have worked them
in the Held before," he said. "ar*l 1
will .lu it on this occasion," lie added,
Dress Making
A. K. S. Tailoring School *
I laving now .■•( cured suitable
premises, «ill open in the
IAYI.OR BLOCK, over
McRae Mercantile Co.'s
Store, Monday, Oitiber 7.
All orders for dressmaking
promptly   and  skilfully at*
'' ' ill .I tu.
' 1 weekly—Wednes-
;  Prlil 13     Hours   trom  I In 9.
li.it hours d. Ifl I' tt. U| 1 •" 4i 0
SYNOPSIS OF COAL M.I.ING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ol the Dominion
in Manitoba, Buskutchewun and Allan ta, thc Yukon Territory, lhe
North-west Territories und iu a por-
iii.ii of thc Province of British Oot-
um Ida, may ho leased lor a lit in ol
twenty-1 me years at un annual rental nl {1 an acre. Not more than
2,iiloi) acres will be leased lo ono ap-
1 ileum.
Application for lease must be made
Iiy the applicant in person to the
Ai.ent or Sub-Aiteut ol tho district
in which the rights upplied (or arc
■Hunted.
lu surveyed territory the land must
ue described by sections, or legal
■ub-dlvlslons ol sections, and ln un-
Biirveyet' territory the tract applied
lor shall tie staked out hy tbo applicant   bimsell.
eliiili upi'licu t unit be accompanied I.y 11 lee ol tb which will ho refunded il 1'.ie rights upplied lor are
ioi . ■ 1 lahle, but not otherwise, a
royalty sb ill bo paid on tbe mor-
fhuiittiidf output ill the mine nt the
late nt  live cents per  ton.
The person operating the mine shall
[urnlsll tbi' Agont with sworn returns
account.i.,-   (or  the  lull   qunntity      of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royally thereon. II the conl mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should bo furnished ut least
once a yeur.
The lease will Include the coal mia-
iiik rights only, but tho lessee may
'ie permitted to purchase whatever
available lurfaM rights muy be con'
■Iderod necessary for the working of
the mine at the rale ot $10.00 an
aero.
For lull Information application
should bs mndo to tbo Secretary of
the Department ol the Interior, ot-
tawa, 01 io the Agent or Hub-Agout
ol  Dominion  Lauds.
W. Vi. COHY,
Deputy Minister ol the Interior.
N.B.—Knauthorlzed publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
tor.
Catherine Goodwin
1
Box 26
Revelstoke, B.C
WANTKD—Furnished house or Apart-
i    ment.   Apply Mrs.  Kelly, Uox 216,
City, SATURDAY,  OOTOnRR 12,   1912
THE MAIL-HERALD,   Tl H;VELSTO I£-E
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1312
I
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
! HARVKY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Hamsters.   Solicitor.    Kir
Imperial  Bank   Iluilding   Ilev.)
.luke,  B. 0,
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   0..     aad
Craubrook, B.  0.
Geo, 8. MeCarter,
A.  M.  Pinkham, J. A.   Ilarv.y
RevelBtoke. Oranhrook
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906
1911
Capital       ■
Hi 3,000,000
* 4,000,000
Reserve   -      -      -      .
3,000.000
4, GOO, 000
Deposits      ...
23,677,730
86,042,311
Loans and Investments
27.4.r>7,0y0
38,854,801
Total Assets
33,090,192
48,237,284
Has 83 Brandies In Cannda. and Annuls and Correspondents in nil
the Principal Cities In the World.
A OCNI RAL  HANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intorest ullowod at highest current rate.
Revelatoke Branch. W. H   PRATT, Manager
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
l£nglne*rln|
McKKNZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106.    REVELSTOKE
. . . It Might Be Cold. . .
BTJT
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of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
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W.   H.  WALLACE,   M.B.C.8.A.
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KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.   ai A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular i i in.■■< are held ln MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
on th. Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Vialting brethrun ar.
cordially welcomt.
W. THOMSON,  W. M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE,    No. IHSl.
OF I.  O. F.
Meets in I. a 0. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's (iiitini House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Viaitlng bretbren cordially  welcomed.
O. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   B.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Bec
O.  W. O.  W.
Mountain View Camp, No. ili.
Meets Second   and     Fourth Wednes
day.    ln each  month  ln    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  art
cordially Invited t.o attend
A.  J.  WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
Union   Hotel
IUUST NKWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to lie arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meuls Ior $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton (S, 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
SELKIRK      LODOE  12,  1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   In
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren  cordially invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JA8.  MATHIE,  Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ot    P..
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meeta every Wednesday except   th.
Third Wednesday ol each month     in
Oddtellowa' Hall at 8 o'clock.  Viaitlng Knik-ht. are cordially Invited.
F.  W. TERRY, C. O.
U. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * S.
m. of r
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
WATER NOTIOB,
For a LicciiBe to Take uud Unu Water
Nolice is hereby givcu ihut Uiu
Canadian Paolno Railway couipuuy
will Bpply Ior a license to tuno and
use Kitty Miners Inches ol wuter out
of a small (Jreek, which ll ,ws .u u
northerly direction una empties into
lllecillewaet Hiver neur Twin Butte.
ino woiur will bu taken ut Twin.
Butte una will be used fur railway
uad domestic purposes ou tho land
uesciiuod as C.P.It. Couipuuy's right
of wuy.
This notice wus posted on the
ground on the 'islis dny ol Augusl,
l'J12. The appiica lion will be bled iu
thc ollice of the Water Recorder at
Uevelstoko,  li.O.
Objection uiuy bo bled with the Bald
Water   Recorder   or   with  thu   Comp
Holler of  Water Rights,     Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, H.C.
Canadian   I'acilic   Railway   Conipuuy
Applicant,
E.  W. BuUmaii,  Local Right of
Wuy Ageut, Vancouver, li. C
First  issue August  31sl.
No Other Hosiery
Offers This-  '
Foot-clothing tluit fits with absolute perfection,
reasons you will mitlily see if you'll glance at the'
picture here . . . the only hose made that is permanently shaped to the foot antl leg, and that is both
Seamless and Snug-Fitting
NOTIOE.
Revelstoko Luud District.
Diatrict of  West Kootenay.
Take notice that Johu it. West, ol
Revelstoke, B.C., occupation, Saddler
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the lollowiug described
lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on
the WeBt bank ol tho Columbia river
about 40 chains below Seymour Creek
thence west 40 chaius, theuce north
40 chains, theuce eust 40 chuius more
or less to tbe Columbiu river, thence
lollowing the bunk of the Columbia
river south to point of commencement
and containing 160 acres, more or
less.
Dated August 8th, 1912,
JOHN  R.   WEST,  Applicant.
Andrew Kitson, Ageut.
1st Issue Aug. 31st.
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming's Transfer
Building. Second Street
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Luud District.
District of West Kooten iy.
i.n. 11 no.ice mat 1, J,un BatWd IS.
Blondin, oi Montreal, Hue., occ ipa -
tiou .Meielmu,, iuteuds ij appiy Ioi
permission to purchase the Io.., wing
described lunds:
L'oiuiueiiciug ut post planted 40
chuius south from it poiut iu the
South boundary of Lot 7S72, Uroup
Une, Kootenuy District, which is dis-
t-ini from the South East Oorner of
suid Lot 7872 00 chains, and marked
" Jean Batise 8, Bloudiu's North -
Eust Corner Post"; thence south 60
chuius, theuce west 20 cbains, theuce
north 00 chaius, ihence east 20 cbains
to tbe point of commencement, containing 120 acres more or less.
Bated September 33rd,  1012.
JEAN   BATISE  Blondin,
Agent.
1st  Issue  Sept.   25th
NOTICE
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOHSTEJ      PEOP
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Atr, Pip*
and Furnace work
-WORK   shop
Ponnaujht  Ave.   •   Rav*l*tnk»
UNION HOTEL.
AKllOWHHAD, B. C.
Hpeclsl Attention given to coinmeirlil
men and tonrlals. First-claim sample
rooms. Finest sreorry In Britiih Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Revelstoke Land Bistrict.
Bistrict ol West Kootenay.
Take     notice    that     1, Adelard S.
Blondin,  of Halcyon,  B.  O., occupa -
1 tion  Sbipwight,  intends to apply for
' permission  to purchuse the following
' uescribed lands:
Commencing at a post plauted     20
cbuins south of a Poiut in the South
! boundary  of      Lot  7872,   Uroup  One,
Kooteuuy Bistrict,     which point     Is
distant 40    chains      West from     tbe
: Soutb East Corner of said Lot 7872,
and  marked      "Adelard  S.  Blondin's
'North-East      Coruer      Post";   thence
i-i.iM h 40 chains, theuce west 20 chains
jthence uorth 40 chains, thence east 20
chains to the point of commencement
containing SO acres more or leBS.
Bated the 23rd  September,  1912.
ADELARD  8.  BLONDIN.
Agent.
1st issue Sept. 25th
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land Bistrict.
DiBtrict of West Kootenay.
Take notice that William Henry
Wilcox, of lievelstoke, B.C., occupa -
tion, Prospector, Intends to apply
for permission to purchuse tbe follow
ing  described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on
thc West bauk of the Columbiu river
about 40 chains below Seymour Creek
thence west 40 chains, thenco south
40 chains, tbence east 40 chains more
or less to Columbia river, thence
following the Columbia river north
to point of commencement, and containing 100 acres, more or less
Duted August  '.in.   i:il2.
WILLIAM   11 MNR V  WII COX,
Applicant.
Andrew Kitson, Agent.
1st issue  Aug.  31st
Luml)
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
r.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
betoreJbttylnK yonr outfit of working clothes
lor the" bush. I make s
specialty ol Lo^xinK
Shoes, Pants, Sm, Shirts
Blankets snd everything
required ln yonr business.
You would not think of buying luisp with n senm up the front
of   the  leg ... . wouldn't   thai he  iiRly  and uncomfortable?
Prnbubly you buy  the kind  with  a seam up the back only
')ecause yuu didn't   know   there was a kind free from that
discomfort   nnd   unslghtllnsia,     There  Is,   however.   You
can get the butter hind In  nny  weight   or  color   if you
buy hosiery made hy
Penmans   Limite
Paris Canada
Underwear,    Sweaters,    Hosiery
Full-Fashioned
Seamless
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Coursier's.
Robbins' Lethhri-lgo coal iB Unsurpassed,
If she suid "bring chocolates" she
meuus "Sugur Bowl'' chocolates.
All Hobbins' coal is clean screened
Lethbridge lump coal.
The "Sugar Bowl'' hot chocolate,
codec und teu, etc., Is unsurpassed.
Good climute, good soil und a good
bargain for Vancouver Island acer -
age.—H. N. Courtlier.
Full supply ol Bunkhead coal now
iu. Advauce orders being tuken. Delivery guaranteed. Revelstoke Lieneral  Agencies,   Limited.
The best all round coal on the ti ar-
ket is Robbins' Lethbridge coal.
For lasting quality use Robbins'
coul, one used, ulwuys a customer.
Bunkheud coal in all sizes, broken,
ogg und stove. Revelstoke General
Agencies,  Limited.
Clean, smokeless, furnace lump aud
uut coal at Coursier's.
Four curs of small briquettes now
in. Positively tbe best coul Ior summer use, cleun und economical. Hevelstoke Lieneral  Agencies,  Ltd.
The "Sugar Bowl Fountain]', like
Charlies Aunt, is still ruuniug. We
aie still serving out to sutistied customers our delicious ice crcum, sodus
und Sundaes.
Here's the road to comfort, a 'entitled thirst, a cool  body and    aie
freshed oue, the only  way   is via   a
cool drink  at tbe  sugar Bowl r'oun-
t.i.n,  McKenzie  Avenue.
To prove lhe quality of Ho ibloa
l.et.'j ridge coal, any one not MtvUtld
wiib it may return it.
No better coul thuu Hobbins' Lethbridge coal has ever come to Revel -
Stoke.   To prove it,  try it.
Her time  was wrong, h.r Uue was
bad;
The Black Koy  Study  made her sad,
She said good bye to all the fuss,
And bought a Gourlay Augelus,
At tbc RevelBtoke Music Btore,
The "Sugar Bowl" Luncheonette Ib
now running in connection wltb our
soda fountain. Ladies will lind here
a comfortable place to get an afternoon cup of ten, chocolate, eoltee,
lit'cl tea and light rcfrfshments.
-Make out your order lor your Winter's supply of coal. We have the
goods on hand and will deliver at
your own convenience il you send ln
your order early. Hevelstoke General
Agencies, Limited.
A FEW 8NAPS-7 Roomed House
Third Btreet, 50!t. Lot, $1200.w). A
modern House, Second street, $8.10.00
Modern House, Connaught avenue at
$1."i00.00—Hevelstoke   General   Agencies
A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
Mrs. Edward Kennedy, ot Meriden,
Conn., 40 years old, was advised by
her Physician to try Br. Marlell's Female Pills, she did so with wonderful
resulta. Thousuuds of others would
say the same. 20 years the standard
at your Druggist.
WAiNTEU
HORSE FOR BALE—General utility,
bargain. A. Babish, Lower Town,
Hevelstoke,  B.C.
Octolaer 21.— Paul Gilmore in  "The
Havoc..'      Empress theutre.
WANTBD—A Teamster and a Cant -
book Man, for mill work. apply
lvcrnaghau Lumber Company, Ltd.,
Sulmon Arm,  B.O.
FOR  SALE-A   number  of  good  Second  Hand  Safes,   easy   terms     and
cheap.   Write Vancouver Safe Works,
Ltd., Vaucouver, B.C., for list.
WANTED—A young girl It) yeurs ot
uge, wants position us chambermaid
or light house work or nurse girl,
Apply Mail-Herald.
TO RENT—Roomy Stable, with loft
and Carnage house. Apply to Dr.
McLean.
FOR SALE—Fifty pure breed White
Leghorns. All ni^t be sold ut once
old and young. Apply John J-
Devine.
AH subscribers not receiving the paper regularly are requested to com -
municate with the editor, Mail-Herald
Box an, Hevelstoke B.C., in order
that their complaints may be rectified! Write your lull name and ad -
dress legibly, and your complaint will
he attended to promptly.
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These October
days say—"wear
an Overcoat"
Style and value say—"wear
a Fit-Reform Overcoat."
We have the lightweights
that are the right weights.
All the new models—in a
splendid variety of new
effects.
Always glad to show them
to you.
PRESERVING rOlNTERS
i 	
Orape   Jolly—Wash   Concord  grapes
and strip them from  the stems, put
intu the preserving kettle with    one
cup  ■'(   water  to     prevent Brorching.
Mash  tbem   with  tbe  potato  masher,
and keep well stirred, until they have
boiled  about  twenty  minutes.  Strain
through  cheese cloth,   theu      meusuro
ll • .,' ol sugar to a cup ot juice. Heat
I tbt- sugar   thoroughly  in a hut      pan
I lifting   constantly   with   an   egg-uiru-
er to prevent it scorching. Add to the
ig juice  and it should jell in    a
few  miuutes.
Grape Wiue—i t'liltriiieuleJi The
i pulp in  the jelly  bug ,„ still too rich
■ thrown away. Cover it well
*.tn watei and boil briskly for about
beta minutes. Strain ugain ttirutigh
the Jelly bag or a Une uuir seine. Add
u cup uf sugur to a cup oi juice and
oring to thc boll. Bottle at onco
and cuis lightly, Set in a cool durk
pla e to prevent auy let mentation. A
much richer wiue cau be mude of
course, frum lhe tresh grapes.
Proceed exactly the same as in tbo
mak.ug uf Jelly, but add only one-
cup ot sugar to each cup of juice aud
the sugar need uot be healed.
A wine that retains all the Havor
ol the raw fruit can be made hy pack
.ug the grapes tightly into a large
wide inouthod jar, putting in a layer
ul grapes aud sprmgliug thickly with
sugar uum the jar is ulled. It must
be lightly closed ur the juice will
suur. The wine will Im; ready to use
iu ubout a month.
For a dr.iak nil ,i glass with one
purt  wine and  two parts water.
Crape Preserves—Remove ihe skins
by   squeezing  euch  oue   between      the
thumb au.l fingers. Put the pulp on
to boil until the seeds are loosened,
i'ass through a siene to remove the
seeds. Add the sKius to tbe pulp and
boll  with puuud for pound of sugar.
Kepuoiates H. M. Clarke
Winnipeg, oct. 7—H. Maxwell Clark
who has ficsn iu Winnipeg oil several occasions during the past twelve
mouths, representing bimsell us Do -
minion Organizer fui the Canadian
Highway Association, has no. connection with that oody, according tu
a statement made at a meeting ol
ibe Manitoba Guud Huads Associa -
tli D Friday uight by Mi. W.J. Kerr",
• t ol tin Canadian Highway
Association.
Memlaers ha.e been secured by Mr.
Clark, not on.y m Winnipeg, but in
ii..ui> oth-r cities iium Hulifav to
the Pacific I uaot. by advauciug the
argument tb.it be »an working in
the Interest uf the Canadian Highway
Association, although Ins connection
ceased on January j, ui'i, tts wan
proved by a statement signed by him
and  read  at  the meeting.
iir. L'lark was present at the gathering and was given an opportunity
to present tii= s.de ot the argument.
Aftei listening patiently to his explanation iir. LTark Was advised to
cease Irum Ins activities and warned
that his presence would nut be tolerated at the Canadian Highway Association s convention, to be held here
this week.
In the opinion of several who have
in the past come in contact with Mr.
Clam, h's interest in the cause of
gootl roads haB Income an obsessiou
and it was considered advisable to
publicly repudiate the self-styled Do-
m.ii.ou   Organizer.
While art.na,- as unauthorized organ
IMI Mi. t ,.iim ba> dune a great deal
to prejudice the cause ol the Highway Assocation in many quarters,
and bus, because of the hasty utter-
created antagonism in high
quarters. Ths uction taken on tho
Initiative ot the Manitoba Good
Roads Association was hastened !*>-
rui.8' Clark had drafted a program
lol be convention, He bud two speakers for the four-day session.
McKlNNON rV SUTHERLAND
a0mi*Mtm-\t
■ -***^Spr**?i»»-
New lime Table
un June 2nd. a new C.P.R. time
table came Into eflect for the sum -
mer, changing tbe hours of arrival
and departure ol ibe tralrs, which
arc as follow i.
WEBT BOUND.
No. Arrive Leave
»    S.W     6.15
1   15:35 .15;55
1*   - HUO   17o.k
BAST BOUND
No „  Arrive  Leave
«  ..~ _..*:«    _..24:55
14    7:10    7:40
»   llll*   U;15
BOOTH TRAIN
Arrives  1S30,  leaves  7:4* a.m.
Siilirs
October i'i— Vorsalitls in "Thc Damp
Fires Gloom."   BmprCBS theatre.
October J«—The Missouri Girl at Empress theatre.
John   nT-1.vnu  motion  pictures  com*
ing soon, Empress theatre.
[ WANTED—Furnished house Ar Apart-
mssH.   Apply Bars. Kelly,  Box 216.
eng. TOTlCTt  12,     I
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SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  12,  PJ12
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■ ' "' *      'I  M Alberta olectlons    will be hsiti
.'  Banfl,   ic:   mmii November  I5th and 23th, At
n      .-mu ol ihe legislature in Octob-
nllictcd on    the   er n redistribution bill will be passed
bs      the  and     twelve seats addeJ.   Edmonton
thi   north  and   Oal arj    each    will have   three
i a       nf  members,
isted Ior five
Another Btonny  Bceno  marked    the
concl   i        "mm   ns of the Internal Ion
■    ■ terj    ii. ' al Peace Congress ,a Geneva,       The
ii   Louvre   uproar was cause1! by n s,.i ch     by
lb. tiohat  in which the prosldent   of
thc  International     Bureau of    Peace
i hai m ter   i I the  Italian airmen  who
have been ■ pei al n .lining
the war, ns   "brigands ol tbe    air."
Tin   congress tlecidod  to   meet    next
it   the  Hague utul  in   1914     at
Mb     '
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la i
m  the  walls    nl    a '
t'| :..  ..
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per.
'   M
ilill'll   I
Cuba     bringing
countries
conl ounce. |
- - a try
ib n hich i la
nt,
an     itruggh     has
,       ■ .       lepurtmenl
far,    .;  ..-   announced,
thi   tnin   tei   of mar-
oen .   "■ Tbc
hul   im  i'ii''
The     war
ly .i year,
Sevi i . havo
over tin   modern
poi tation, aviation, aud
.alu -
■      ..;.. I .':'.,
■   ■      ,. . l   : ..   I :, :..,.
I      M Ulll.
.  ■ - id will he co
lys.
 m    sacril cod    to
.   . ...u    army
ark, Md., on
an ..i in)  .i i".
urty-nvc 1    t to thi   ... u nd, in
' orporul     Frank    S.
i       i riouslj   injui .ub    Bec-
.. ii      if kwell,
iter.
Seattle enn go ahead with its |g,-
I trbor Improvements now,
for the Btipreme court lms declared
.ill the bond Issue legal. The test
case wus hroughl by the port commissioners i" remove all possible
obstaclos [inin the work. The improvement!   include  tho  much  adver-
ed  l I.iii   Island  terminals,  which
are to lie established by eastern capital, st* iiii,ler a .ill year lease from
tin' port.
Famine has cum.' to the aid of the
governmenl   and  tho    railway    com
panleB,   against   the  railroad strikers
in Catalonia,  Spam.     The situation
Is rapidly becoming worse.     Tin- peo-!
I'b' in.'     suffering     great distress in I
many places owing tu the high prices
of food.   In suinr villages no supplies
ar"    obtainable,   an.l   the   famished
i I'Im ium deterred     trom   attacking
and ticking the stations on y by the
presence uf Btrong l.o Iies nf soldiers, i
THE CANADIAN
i
:rce
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12.1500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Oralis on the principal cities in the following countries issued without
delay :
Africa Cuba
Ar.ililn '       .i.nrk
Argentine Republic      I'm' pt
Armenia lii   nil
Austral!,, 1 "i;i .   a
Atistriii-Hunuiiry Iim-    b
Belgium Germany
Brazil t; .'mm
Uininrla Holland
Ceylon Iceland
Chill India 1 ■ ' " I
China Italy ' ''
Crete Jm an Roinii.inla
These drafts can be drnwn in sterling, francs, mnrlcs, lire, kronen, yen,
tnels, rouble.-., etc., according (o the n oney of the country In which they
ure payable. This i nables the payee to obtain the exact amount intended.
REVELGTC'.'HE    BRAf r h     F.  rVT.  GIBSON.  MGR
N.sKrsi' r.i.'\Mii, 11. L. Kti'iiiw i- i.i., Manoger.
Mni'cilonla
Malta
M.aiL'liurlH
Mexlc '
Nov  Zealand
Russia
SlTViU
Kin in
Siberia
South Africa
Norway
Panama
1 . .   .,
1 ml
Spain
Sm.iin Settlements
Sweden
S • n crlunil
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 nnri Shoo nepalrers.
Saddlers
Harness Mukors
Philippine Islands Syrin
^        Turkey 6.7
United Stittei
Wesl Indies, etc.
««te8«^«(i^«^to«^8««ft«^«W8«^*W«lW!«
JUST   OPENED
Sold by Bourne Bros.
i f
1 THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE f
|f        A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House S
- op
Only   White   Cooks [.Employed j*
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer _\
————— %
Regular $5.25 Meal Ticket for Five Dollars.: A
Fran ... ,
lor its
.11    ,i   ...l.ull    Lo    Illi'
■...,•' Ij       111.'
 i tun null.
tiavi • ii ordered bj the
' ba-c u
i. hour, una
 :.   ....ic.uc   jj.nis.
it  ti.o.iMju
leet.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stork of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month  at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
Btocked.
MANNING.   Agent.
S±Ma£lfiiii6B^3aMSl
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving.    Orders will  have
prompt attention.
Order nt Kootenay Agencies
McKeuzie Avene
PHONE
•     292
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Cilena Tiny ltuidn in parcels oi
10 or '20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence inviti il.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
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f J. Pappos and J. Chitsas, Proprietors
MacKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C
Milt MAK1CWIM0N CANADIAN SERVICE
KiiY.u. MAIL, STEAMERS
1 Al,!, SBRVICU CHUISTMAS sailings
Montreal         Quebec        Uverpool Portland, Maiue, Halifax, Liverpool
Only l'uiir Davn at Sea
li'oin From
.Sow   s.s.   Mfgantic   Oct 26   Nov. 23 Portland     Halifax
s.s.  Teutonic   Sat. Nov, 2. New 8.8. Laurentic      Dec   1       Dec   8
New   s.s.   Laurentic, Sat. Nov.'J. S.S.Teutonic —Dec 14       Dec 15
s s.   Canada. Sat. Nov. 16. 8.8. Canada  Dec JI      Dec 22
New   s.s.  Laurentic and   Megantic,   15,000  tons,   largest  from
Canada.    All Classes Carried.
S. S. Teutonic,   582   feet,   18.000   h.p.    S.S.   Canada,   514  feet,
10,000 tons.
Carry only Second and Third Class.
Baggage checked through to Slenmerin bond.   No hotel or transfer expenses.
Company's Office, 619 Seoond Avenue, 'Seattle, 3 doors eist from Cherry Street
or A. G. DROOKER, Agent Canadian Pacilic Railway, Revehtcke, B.C
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When a ranijf il re-rommpnrled by one woman
to another, it has met tiie final test.
The itaunchest fiends of the Gurney-Oxford
Range are th'   e women who have experience with
it day in and day out.   They know how dependable
it is; they  know that   r.o oiiicr range  gi'
constant and un iti on, not simply in
management and Economy, Lut in
The  Gurney-Oxford   works constantly for  its
owner's  peace  of f,nA   it t-nts   her
rffor's to make eacl   I     al ono of abs- ttisfac*
tion.
Every woman who has had experience with the
Gurney Economizer cannot help telling her friends
the satisfaction of being able to regulate the fire by
turning up or down one small lever. She tells about
the flues that make and keep the oven always
evenly heated,  but   above   all   she  is   enthusiastic
it the golden brown biscuits, the light delicious
broad and pastry, the roasts and fowl done to the
queen's taste, that her Gurney-Oxford turns out.
Thf Gurney Oxford owes its popularity to the
recommendtion of those for whom it works.
%e»estoke J4ardware Co.
REVELSTOKE, .>.«.'.
Stl
Howson C&> 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, Fir and Hemlock-dry-$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.    Phone No. 60
S. G. ROBBINS
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing AS.
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
l'lioni' .'HI
Nicjlit I'lionc 40
P. O.  Ht'X •)«
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business f
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office  and  Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DIOR F/CT0KY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody   kimwa   him,   ho wlll
t,li vim timi tlu- whiskey* wen™
nelllngaVre the bent, full and he
oonvlnced. Nt, hmiKt'htikl Bhnuld
be without a supply of mir Har*
vey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
Hii yfn 18 iilil i,r Blaokborry Brandy
for Medicinal puipoeee, Our etock
t,l choice Which nnil l.iquiiiH of all
kiniK tut' iiiiexci'llrd. Soltl Iiy all
tin- lc,ii,i|: 1,. 1,1 , ur telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers aril Dealer* In Pure Wine*, Liquor*, Cigar* and Cigarette*
 1
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch, 1 '4 inch lo 3 inch
Dry Cottonwood
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Site for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
third Street and Smelter Track
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I SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 12, Mii
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
THE jyLA.ZTj-TTJdiTlA.TsT3,  ^HlV^LSTOIKl-e
\tamaasBmBBsmimaBaatataaaBa\
SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 12, Wll!
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
FRIDAY BARGAINS
7 or 8 Womens' Coats that were $12 to $15, go on Sale
Friday at - - - $10.00
A lot of Waists, muslins, nets and some Black  Silk, on
Sale Friday at Each - - $1.00
c/4 clearing lot of Corsets, any size, and a lot of different
styles, all at one price. - - $1,00
Ladies Fall Suits
The new long Suit Coat is being taken up.
Most ladies seem to like it. It is 30 and 32 in.
long, against the 26 in Coat worn last Spring.
We have a fine assortment of these Suits in
Navy Blues and the Scotch Tweeds that are
fashionable.   Price about	
$20.00
Get Them at Humes
New Flannel Shirtwaists
For Ladies, made in all-wool and Union English Shirting Flannels, with Neglige self collar,
in a wide range of colors, all sizes at	
$3, $4 and $5
Womens Knickers
Womens' Heavy Pull Over Knickers, in black
or grey, made of heavy Stockinette. These are
very popular at	
$1.25
Groceries and Crocker) Department
Finest and Best Fruit
That Money Can Buy
Mcintosh Red Apples, Gravenstine Apples,
Wealthy Apples, Cranberries, Red Grapes,
Green Grapes, Eastern concord Grapes,
Oranges and Lemons.
Fresh Shipments of Fish
Kippered Herring, Finnan Haddies, Halibut
Choice Coffee Beans Fresh Ground
Mocha and Java, per Ib 50c
Our Own Brand 45c
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Condensed   Colfee  with   Milk and    Sugar
Chase & Sa ..bourne's 1 Ib. Tins, 50c
" " 2 Ib. Tins 90c
Nabob, 1 lb. Tins 50c
Post u in Coffee in packages 25c
Choice Teas
Ram Lai's 'j Ib. and 1 Ib. packages, 3 and
5 lb. packages, 50c; Sunbeam. Red Label,
40c. per lb.. Blue Label, 50c. per lb.: Blue
Ribbon, White and Red Label, per lb. 50c.
Liptons, 50c. and 60c. pcr lb.; Ridgways,
50c. and 60c. per lb.; Tetley's, 50c. and
60c. per lb.; Salada Blue Label, 50c. per
lb.; uncolored Japan, 1 lb. packages, 50c;
5 o'clock 1 Ib. packages, 50c, 5 lb. boxes,
$2.25. Deckafulty, 1 Ib. packages, 75c.
We have bulk tea, 1,5c. up to 75c. per Ib.
Our Special, 3 lbs. for Si.00.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Lowney's Cocoa, half pound tins, 20c.; Cowan's Cocoa, half pound tins, 20c; Condensed Cocoa and milk, 20c. per tin; Pint
bottles C. & B. Imperial Relish, Keg. 35c.
Now 20c; Pint bottles C. & B. Oriental
pickles.    Reg. 75c, Now 40c.
New Wools and Yarns
Double Berlin in all colors, per Skein.
10c
German Town, a fine, soft crochet wool,
any color 20c
Saxony, a good knitting yarn, all colors
  20c
Eiderdown, soft, thick wool, for aviation
caps, etc., per skein 15c.
Knitted Wool Jersey Suits
For Boys, Cap to match, in Navy,
Brown, Green, Red, etc. Two or three
weights to choose from
$2.25 to $3.00
Ladies' Golf Coats
New lot of Ladies' Golf and Sweater Coats.
Some with the new Auto Hood to match. A
fine assortment	
$3.50 to $7.50
Underwear for Fall
Let us introduce to you our lines of warm Underwear which are particularly designed
for particular people. All weights in wool, from light Summer to heavy Winter wear.
The best ot domestic and Old Country manufactures. Our prices are right and fully
express the utmost satisfaction for every dollar invested. Both in two-piece and in combination underwear we are leaders.    We ask only a comparison.
Prices, $1.00 to $4.50 Per Garment
Fall and Winter Hosiery
Our Hosiery is imported direct from one of the best known and most famous manufacturers in Leicester, England. We save you the middleman's profit and give you the
best wearing and most comfortable hosiery in the City for the money.
BLACK CASHMERE-Pure soft wool,
the best three-for-a-dollar sock on the
market.
BLACK CASHMERE - Red ring toe.
We have no hesitation in recommending
this line to anyone. It wears and it does
not shrink	
Price, 50 Cents Per Pair
BLACK   WORSTED - Hard woven.
Full sized	
Three Pairs for $I.OO
JAEGAR HOSE, in black, gray, heather
and fancy   	
Price, 60c. Per Pair
BLACK CASHMERE - Fast colors and
hard wearing	
Price, 25 Cents
FANCY HEATHER MIXED WORSTED—Clean woven, hard finish, comes
in three   colors	
Three Pairs for SI.OO
FINE BLACK RIEB. CASHMERE.
Soft and easy on the leet, wears like iron,
and in fast colors  	
Price, 50 Cents Per Pair
FANCY    HEATHER     WOOL -The
best heavy one we have yet shown. Lots
of weight, fast colors	
Price, 50 Cents
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
FANCY COLORED CURTAINS
We have a crowd of the New Fancy Colored Curtains we
want to let go;—got an overstock of them. They are the
new ideas in Nets with floral designs. The New Colored
Muslin Cathedral Draperies.
The $2.90 Lines.'Now $2.00.   The $4 Lines. Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERAND.AH 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 ChooseFrom iATURDAA .  OCTOBER  12,  1912
•MaiED d^t^T-JL-KCK^-^LU, ~£t RrvTiiJLo&rno^z'm
BATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, Mil!
' Goins: Now at Sale Prices
&
The Entire Stock of Womens' Long Coats and Suits
All New Fall and Winter Styles
TlniHo taking part nn Sunday an'Mi'.
Robertson, Mr. P. Bamaon, Hev. H,
.1. Ohave, will speak on this popular
subject, "Man's Secohfl Chance," A
hearty welcome awaits every man in
t Iim   city.
ivy Blue Serge Sails
S:      36 an 134.     Regular S28.GO.
Sa!   I
$19.00
Ladies' [weed Sails
ular Ptice $22.50. Now $15.50
Ladies' Long Goals
One lot  to clear at $10.   Regular
$20 Coals Sale Price $15.00 j
Misses Fall Coals
Regular Price  $9.00.    Sale Price
$6.50
These Coals will fil tfitls from   In tu 14 years,
Call m and See the List of Goods We Are Offering
at such a Large Reduction in Price
ID & YOUNC
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THE CITY IN UIEF
l, .1. i   Mrs,   Watt,     of
Virnoi Revelstoke, this
•    of  Mrs.  K.G. McRnc
itch  lasi  evening at
.,  M c.A       etween  the     I.O.O.F.
i'.M.G.A. team, result-
t tv i ne in favor
I.O.O.P,   team.
St.   I . ■ .-ill  hold a cou
rt in I on    October
t, when a Bret class
ograi     ,vlll   be   presented  by    local
irt st-.   Do nol   tail   tu  secure    yuiir
..,:-   arly a1  Macdonald's drug store
rices.
I
Dr.  Sutherland,  Dr.   Hamilton, Mr.
tts, 11. II. Mc\ lty and CH. Mac
.a.i.i, members of the Progress club
ted  tu  meet In the    Rovel-
• clul . on Tuesday at  l u'tloek
,u the atternoon, for  tbe purpose    of
ng  Mis.  Schafera   report ou her
-  to Revelstoke.
In the Baptist church imi    Sunday,
istor,  Kev.  B.   J.  Chave,     will
speak    on   the   lollowing subjects:—
'i | ,    Bncouragemeat    of
■  ng,   "A   Brand  plucked
I  ol the Burning."   Sunday school
KS at 2 30  p.m.    Men's
. --  •    • • - ii I   i lom  of    rhurch.
. ome.     Vou   arc
to    ill     ei vices.
Iu addition to thi   ; i ...•■ lisl ; i
. .tn a. ie     v.. re made for a
ii n ol     ■  ■ apples,
an.l   :      .   . Mr.   John   Shaw
... iki -.   and   a
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Preshr sisg Season
For Preserving Fruits we handle onl} the best. If yon wish to procure smh iruits as cannot be beaten cither in quality or price, we
would advise you to place your order with us. We will guarantee de-
livery of all orders taken.
FRUIT JARS AND RUBBERS
This season we are haudliufr the celebrated .Mason Fruit Jura in Tints.
Quarts aud half gallons. These Jars require no comment. The) arc
par excellence.
To Open Haw Waterway
(Special telegraphic dispatch to ithe
M i,l Herald, from its representative
al  Ottawa.)
Surveyors have commenced work in
Hevelstoke in the Columbia river,
with a vi ■« to riotermlng the [oasl -
billty ol opi nln ! up n " ■« watorway
for the dispatching tho wheat of the
prairies of ' 'nnailn, to the Pacific
Coast via Reve stoko and the Arrow
lakes, to Portl in I, Oregon. Thfl Do-
minion govornmont havo made an appropriation of thirty six thou and dol
lars for this purpo ie, and the route
will he som •. hundred miles shorter
than the present one from Vancouver
and In addition to this there will be
the advantni e i I cheaper rateB from
the prairie by rail, and a cheaper
rate on thfl Columbia river to Portland from here.
This dispatch goes to show that tbe
Capital of Canada's Alps is about to
come into her own and be one ofthe
largest cities In the Dominion of
Oanada.
The Versatile!
Iiy untiring effort, and with thc ar.
tistic welfare ot bis patrons in mind.
Manager Smythe ol tbc Empress theater, has seared an attraction de
luxe for the Bvonlngs' ot Oct, 2!i and
26. The oftorlng referred to is P.
Bturat-Whyte's company ol Pierrots,
"The Yer. at ihs," who arc making a
limited lour of Canada coming from
and returning directly to tha old
country.
!n addition to the lirst part of the
performance, which Is devoted entirely to an old fashioned Pierrot  show,
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke Inside Property
Real Bstate is selling rapidly. Why not c.et iu before all the most desirable residential lots arc tahien up.'
L,ast week vve mude several good sales to i.ic.i; buyers and it will only be a
short time belore these lots are all dosed out.
Call at our office, and get lull particulars, All our property can be Bold
on eas) tei ms.
Kootenay Jfgencies, Limited
Mr. Whyte has secured a new musical
Icomedy sen', which deals with the
H.N.W.M.P. in Canada. This production which runs slichtly over an hour
j furnishes the entertainment for the
last halt or the evening. A special
matinee will he K-iven on Saturday
and a change of program again on
Saturday evening,
NOTICK.
In view of the fuel, that the Provincial Conservative convention, will be
held nt. Revelstoke on tho 24th and
35th inst., and it is expected that it
| Will he one of the largest conventions
ever held iu the province, the committee on arrangements arc anxious
to ie prepared to accommodate all,
and those citizens who have spare
11 nuns, the committee will appreciate
ii  ii ihey will notify tho secretary.
It. is mosi Important that aa Itevel
stoke has heen favored by holding
this important convention here tbut
all citizens Bhould do all In tbeir
power  to make  it ., sin,ess.
By order of thfl Committee.
Farevell Engagement
The All, n Players, wbo bave heen
playing to capacity houses every night
this week, close their present engagement in the great farce comedy—
"Whose Baby Arc You'" tonight at
the opera house This popular company havo lost none of their prestige
with tbe theatre goers of Ihis eity,
as evidenced by the crowded bouses
at every performance.
The leading lady. Mis- Yerna Pel-
ton,   with   her  charming   personality,
lis ably supported hy a strong   eom-
ipaiiy, who have won tiie confidence of
the entire cily. .Manama Allen has
certainly   well   chosen   his  caste      for
'this season.
I The music by the Royal Hungarian
quartette was a delightful assistance
every nitwit to the enjoyment of the
patrons nt the opera bouse.
Card of Th3nks
The members ot the itevelstoke
Poultry and Pet Btock Association,
wish to thank Mr. P. \Y. Laing for
tlie able way iu which he carried
through the work a- show secretary,
at the Fifth annual fall fair at Rovelstoke an.l ,u his getting all exhibits
returned to the owners und all prize
moneys paid to tho winners at. tho
show at the close of the last day ol
thfl exhibition,
.IAS.   MATHIE,   President.
HOY   SMYT11K,   Secretury.
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
,l. J. Pernio puul Kamloops a visit
' Thursday.
In the Presbyterian church on Sun
day evening, M ss McLean aud Mr.
Kobertsou  will  sing a duett.
Tbe Progress Club will meel o
Tuesday night next. All members re
qui Bl   .1   to attend.
High Schoi
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Ileal    the    .
d< n      n  the
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Mr. and   .1       B
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the best inl
Mr. Henry Kipp. ,,[ Chtl'liwack, Was
Itor at the fair, a ;;ucst of his
daughter Mis   a.  ,i. McDonell,     Mr.
Kipp . - loud .a ii s pia.se o: oar ed-
■ on,  i be gri al  edhlblt  we bail  is
as  be
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a   the
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it future ior the
[I itrict,
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hulls Under Way
Hevelstoke  Lodge,   no.   1'vm.  LOO.
M.. which was organized tt '., x weeks
ago are already figuring    on reut.Jag
the   upstairs  of  tbc   Burns   bloiX  for
lodge rooms and elub  rooms.   Organizer J.C. Monahan, who left for Kam
loops Thursday  morning to insUHite
then lodge, returned yesterday morning.   There  will   he  a   business  u.cet-
D    al  th    Lower Odd Fellows hall on
Monday evening, Oct. 12th at S r.m.
sharp,   Tho organizer wishes to state
(or ii       nei I of those wbo have not
signed applications,  ihe charter    will
-1 October -' th. when the lefl will
: ied from fi to (25. tie i t.iuart-
. IVatson Realty t'o.
JIU!.INt!,S LOCALS
WANTBD—A competent girl for bouse
work, good wages, Apply to Mrs.
W. a. Poote.
POUND—On Fair Grounds and In care
of  tbe   Secretary:—!   net hand   hag;   1
black   pocket   purse;   1   Sweater   coat.
See Oanada crowned In tbe contest
of tbe Nations, Oct. 22nd.
Don'l lorget to bring a Iriend with
you Tuesday evening to tbe whist
drive It. St. Francis hull, Mc—enzle
avenue.
Uon't. lorget tho concert in the opera house on Tuesday, October 22nd.
GUiNiS
AMMUNITION
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
OPERA HOUSE
MISS VERNA FELTON
AND Till.
ALLEN PLAYERS
FAREWELL    PERFORMANCE    TO-NIGHT
SATURDAY, OCT.  12th
"WHOSE BABY ARE YOU?"
Prices, 25c., 50c, 75c.
Seats at cTWacdonald's Drug Store
.
R
t
Wedding dells
',  ei ry kappy evenl  took placo ,
i     ti    .,i s h.in.,   In
i  iiim h,  Vancouver,
Rev.  lir.  li.  Francis Perry  un-
n marl aye Mine Mary Florence
Ar,  and   Mrs.  P.
.   B.C.,  and  Dr.
Mac.N mghti n.  sou
V,    Ward, formerly ,.l Vic-
...    m away by
.  .,  brown ti i
...    ...mined
,, ,   oul It .1
,i lie  i 'berry,
'. Ai"
bridal party,
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a .       altei
■i left
.veeka
Blr ro-
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their
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1 ****vs' Dure; Sto.uk
INDIAN   BEAD WORK
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Tbi        I    il •'•'     M' I1'"       "•    •
Hoi      itet  .. II quart,
o
$1.00 TO $3 50
25C , 50C, $1.00
%1 25
;■''.. ■    $2.26
I 9 i our.1 Svrup, pei bottle ...        B0C
nil  !'•'.        35C. AND SOC.
i m ilslonl ml I Ivel i lil 50C. AND $1.00
.1 $1.00
All well favored remeilii    fo     ■ •■ prevailing
Cure a Cold in thc  Head with  Bews' Cold Tablets.
25 Cents a Box
i
bews THL REXALL STORE bews
Smari: Clothing for Summer Montlii
Di KI.. i SOFT I ite      •   ■
md
LIZ! iped,
fancy or coi I nn $1 up.
ite Spring Suit!   ind O
in when p e<    wr  large    to k
1 1 I pattei ns ti u tidious.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform dollting        Stehon Hah        Foot-Rite Shoes
ASK FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED FOLDER
Showing the wonderful development taking place
in the "City of Certainties,"
REGINA, SASK.
It. nives a great deal 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 ldts. Come in and see actual photographs
of Kogina'B handsome buildings. Dollars invested now will double in a
year's time and you can buy now at the opening sale prtee
$150 .AND $175 PER LOT
GOOD LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
Six-Roomed Modern House on F'ourth Street, only     $2,200
Six-Roomed Modern House on Third Street, only       $2,000
Eight-Roomed Modern House on Second Street, only     $2,300
We have taken over the agency of the AMERICAN CASUALTY CO., of
Tacoma, and all policyholders will kindly take notice that future premiums
arc pity able to us.
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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