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Vol. 18-No  75
RKVEL8TOKK. B. C. OCT 30, 1912
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Small cTWusical Goods
New Transportation Line Tapping Brazeau
Coal, Big Bend Timber and Minerals-
Short Low Grade Route Opens Ip New
Country-Prairie Wheat Shipments for
Port of Revelstoke-Alberta and B, C.
Consumers and Producers Unite in Sup=
porting the Scheme.
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
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iiiiiI Rctuonibl* I'm'.     Olvi Ui ,i Trial,    "Ws Nevti .Wasp."
A. a. thiakikon,     -     Manager
To those who hnve been lollowing
with Intelligent interest, recent developments In the Dig llend and Yellow
lleud districts, the upulieution lor a
ruilwuy charter to provide for the
building ol a new line of ruilwuy to
be known us thc  "Wetaskiwin,   .el-
I lowhetvd uud Revelatoke Railway Co."
|us published ni our advertising columns ol  this issue,  will uot come us
I
I uny  surprise.
I
The exact wordiug ol the ui'l-licu -
tiou is us follows:
"Notice is hereby given, thnt an
application will be mude to L.it i'ur-
Uamont ul t-uuuuu ut the next scs -
sion thereol, lur uu Act to incorporate a Company under the nume of
"ihe Wetuouiwiu, aeiiowheud and Kevelstoke ivailwuy Coinpuny,' with power to construct uud operuie the ioi -
lowiUa; lints, namely; irom the City
oi Wetasiiwin iu tin: province ol ai-
oertu, in a westerly dirtct.ou to the
buskuicuewuii River; theuce westerly
lollowing the vulley ot tbe i-iruzcaii
ruvor or sued otucr valley as may ue
found practical to or uear the ueud
waters ,i tne lli'U2euu Hiver; Ihence
in a uoitb-westeriy direction aowu
the ilochy River \ uih-y or such other
course us muy ue lound feasible, to
the Vellowhead Pass or sued other
puss as may !>«.• loiiuu practical; tnenee
in a westerly and south-westerly dir-
eetiou tu the heud wuter of the Canoe Kivei- in the province of Unlibu
Oolumbia; thence down the valley of
the Canoe Uiver, or such other val-
li-y us may be found practical, to the
junction ul the Columuia River Val -
ley tu ihe City of ltevetstolie In tne
Province ol  bntish  Columbia.
n.it' d ut Wetaskiwin iu the Prov -
ince ut Alberta, the Ulth duy of Uc-
touer, A.V., 1912.
LOUUiE and  MANLEY,
Ol   Westakiwiu,   Alberta,  Solicitors
for Applicants."
And whilst the names oi the solicitors acting on   behalf of     the appll -
Cants  dues  not  signify   very  much   to
[those  uuacipiuiuted  with thc inner de
[tail-  of  this subject,  yet  the fuilow-
ing facts will speak for themselves as
lo  the  bonatides  of  the     promotuis,
aud  their  capacity   to  curry  through
to u successful isBue uny commercial
or railway  enterprise in  which    they
may engage.
The intention  of  thc promotois    of
this great uew  ruilwuy enterprise,  is
to    bring the    wheatltelds ol Alberta
the great distributing cenler ol    Ed
moutun,  ibe  vast coal fields of     the
Braseatl  River,  and the  untold timber uud mineral weulth of thc  Vellowhead and Tete  Juune Cache districts
jot     ll.C,  into  direct commuuicutiou
! with  tue suuth,-i i.  portion ol  Uritish
| Columbiu,   by  linking  these  districts
up  with the     C.P.R.    and Columbia
I River navigation at the Port ot Kevelstoke.
liehind the unassuming names of the
matter uf fuct law firm which figure
ut the foot of this lcgul application,
stand tbe great Unanciul aad mining
magnates now engaged in spending
ui.Ulcus of doUars in opening up the
vast coal areas of the JJrazeau, and
ullied financiers who arc interested in
tbe minerals uud timber of the Yel -
liiwlieud  and  Rig  llend districts.
The route proposed to be followed
by these practicul railway builders is
one which has been repeatedly survey
ed and demonstrated by competent
engineers, to be the most feasible and
lowest grade railway route available
to connect the Prairies with tbe lower nuilnlund ot D.C, or by a scries
of easy grades, to allow of access via
the Arrow Lakes, to the country
south of the line with Spokane as its
strategic center.
It will be remembered that at the
lul Provincial elections, and also at
tbe previous elections ln Uritish Columbin, a railway round thc llig Bend
Country to Hevelstoke was au issue
ot the campaigns, and that ouly the
impossibility of carrying out thc cou
struction worn, until the present rush
of main line work throughout iho
Oanadian Northern Kailway and
U.T.P. is over, owing to shortuge of
labor und supplies, prevented the
building uf the Rig bend ruilwuy being more uctively agitated for during
tne past two years.
ln eighteen months the main line ot
the Cunadiuu Northern will bo completed, und by thut time the Grand
Trunk I'ncitic will also be running
Hum  const to coust.
The Cunudiun i'acilic Railway Compuuy, who uy virtue of their preponderating inilueuce iu Southern lliitisu
Columbiu, might bo expected to be
the logical builders of the Rig Rend
Hallway, huve already u charter for
a road whieh follows iu many places,
the route over which this uew company ure now applying for coustruc -
tion powers. The C.P.Ry. huve not
in recent yeurs curried out any new-
railway projects iu R.C, but they
are now commeuciug to show signs
of increased activity. The double
trucking ol the present main line
Irom Calgary to the Coast, whilst .eu
ormously benefitting Revelstoke und
other main liue centers, does not uc-
tuully open up any new territory, lt
is obvious from the present application, that other railway companies
have iheir eyes opeu to the udvant -
uges to be gained by a line oi com-
miinieatiuu irom the prairies via Vel
lo.vhead to Revelstoke.
I The public of Revelstoke ulld dis-
[trict, through their eity council, Progress Club, Rourd of Trade and uth-
er bodies, huve gone on record us lie-
lug favorable to any ruilwuy com -
puny, or ruilwuy promoters, who will
bi'iug down a practical scheme of ruilwuy development winch would result
in the opening up uud development
of the vnst mineralised uud timber
regions comprised in the Big Bend
district, ami tributary to this city.
With the building of such a line und
the connecting up of the Arrowheud
land Trout Lake brunches with the
Crow's Nest Puss, Revelsloke would
become the most Important center in
the Province, u position which must
ultimately prevail by virtue ot    our
geographical and natural advantages
The opening lip ol the Oolumbia River t.o navigation combined with the
building of the railways foreshadow
oil, means that this favored city,
standing where three lines of railway
and river meet, must become the truu-
sfcr, commercial nud communications
center of the whole Southern Interior
of British Columbia.
Tchorlll river ut Cherkesskoi hus hocu |
blown up,   it is understood that citizens leuving Adrlanople ure pormltt
id to puss through the lines to    the
south.
The Turkish commander at Adria
nopie bus been formally summoned to
surrender   the   town.    A   secoud   mill
tary  train  from  Constantinople load
od with Hour hus lullen into tlie bunds
of the  Rulguriuus at Sski Raba.
Relka, Muutenegro, Oct. US—The
Montenegrins captured, toduy, llu-
lowu of i'levlilc iu the Sun Juk of
Novlpazar, near the Rosuiuu Border.
Soliu, Uct. as—The Rulguriuus are
marching ou Kulell Rurgus, at the
junction of Adriunople-Salouiki ruil -
way. Four thousand Mucedomiun vol
untcers have started for the front.
London, Uct. is—Tbc Servian legation announces that u hundred A i mint
villages in the vicinity of Uskup have
surrendered. Great festivities are being held throughout the conquered
country.
| Belgrade, Oct. 28—Semi-otiicial ad
I vices report that the Turkish army
j which retired from Uskup towards
\ i-lis surrendered toduy to the Serv-
j ian cavalry und delivered up their
: arms.   The  Servians  Inter  seized   12:t
. guns.
i    Thut Bection of the
Turkish army
I which wus defeated ut Kumanova, ap
; pears to have been entirely broken up
The Turks from Islip are making
' Veles the objective points of their retreat. Prior to the occupution ol
Islip by the Servians, the inhabitants
arose aga.nst the Turks and seizod
, thoir arms.
MINING IN
THE LARDEAU
m nonet
The Revelstoke Conservative Association tuke this opportunity ol expressing their heurtfult grutitude to
Mrs. T. Kilpatrick, the officers und
men,bers of the Ladies Auxiliary to
tbe V.M.C.A.; also to Mayor Sutherland, the Oity Council und .Ul tboBe
other good citizens of Revelstoke who
rcgurdlcus of political opinion,!, lent
their invaluable services lu assisting
to welcome and entertuin visiting del
egutes to thc B. 0. Conservative Con
vention.
Signed on beualf ol the Local Association,
HAND Q1BBONB,
President.
Bulgarians Demand Surrender
Sofia, Uet. US—Rulguriun forces, according to udvlccB received late tonight, have captured tbe towns of Lu
liburgas and Deinotii-a. It is reported that the Turks arc constructing
earthworks along tbe river Krlirne,
west ot Kski-Baba.
It is stnted tbat Bulgarian Cavulry
has succeeded in Cutting communications between Adrinnoplc and Constantinople and between Adrianoplo
and Macedoniu    The  bridge over the
For some time past, experieuced
mining men huve ireen predicting tbat
tbc mineralised belt ol Southern Uritish Columbia, especially the Lardeau
dis-trict, was ou the eve ol a great
devclopmeut. The basis for thia opiu
Ion wns, that for some mouths pust,
an increasing now of capital und a
stream uf prominent mining engineers
aud promoters huve been coining into the Lardeau Irom Spokane, \ an -
couver and oilier central points, uud
that the resulls were so favorable it
was found to produce a greuter interest iu the possibilities ot the Lardeau   district.
The attention now directed to this
Held, is tin- result also ol tbe wonderful showings obtained by several moderately capitalised local syndicates,
who acting ou their own knowledge
and resources, au.l in many eases ac-
tually performing with their own
bauds  the  work  of development,    ure
demonstrating the on producing val.
IKS i"  the rich sil,it lean, and gitlcuu
veins   of   the   district.
One  of   these     companies composed
ol Messrs. s. Butherland, u. Morgan,
and Andy Ltauney, recently took, ollt
a  lease  on  lbe      Nettn-  f, Uroupc,  at
forguson, B.C., and without waiting
foi any hot air promotois or stock
sellers proceeded tu develop then- pro
perty with a view to getting returns
directly from the on- production values.
Lust week, continuing tbeir work ou
thc Vnu poi i ion of thc claims, the
party uni'".' im I a lead twelve let iu
thickness of practically solid stiver
lead ore, averaging very high values
indeed. The sum is reached by au
up cut fiom the lower level, uud when
the roud now under construction is
ready Ior tratlic the ore will be taken
out. transported to Trout Lake, uud
tbence next spring by boat to Trail
smelter fsr treatment.
These three well known miners, In-
lieve that from tbo vuut ore body un
covered, they can iu the lirst two
years tuke out siilllcieut values to enable tbe remainder of the mine oo be
properly developed (rom plolits with
out having recourse to bonding, or
Issuing of stock certificates, The mine
will be built up ollt of its realised
profit! us an ore producer, and     tbc
uncovered riches of tins lead should
ulso provide a Valuable  eye      wiiii'ss
to the statements reiterated for rears
by prospectors and miners ol tin- old
brigado, that the Lardeau country Is
full ol valuable uro bodies, well lucat
ei dose to water transportation, and
ol sullleient   proportions  io     warrant
! the Investment ol large sums ol capital.
£T "SJ
BOURNE BROS.. LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on gods i- a qnalitj name, imagine thc
comfort in using a McClary Stove, Simple to work, easy
to clean, ami economical on Fuel.
Sporting Goods
Rifles and shot Guns, single md double barrel, Winchester, Remington and Stevens, Repeating Shot Guns, rthot,
Shells and Cartridges, (all calibres), Shooling Coats, Cartridge Hells, Gun Covers, Game Traps, all sizes.
Groceries
Fresh Kippsred Herring just arrived, Fresh Fruit ami
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas. Hay, Flour and Poultry Sup-
lilies.
Crockery
Butler   Crocks,   Bean   I1"-.-  ami  jugs,  all   -.i/i-.   Cln in-
China ami Glassware.
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders,
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
£&.
First St., Revelstoke.
Telephone No, 22
n
Mclntyre's Store. First Street, is the Place
to Get a Square Deal
Pure honey, 20 oz   Jar
Ceylon Tea, 3 1b	
Best Brazil r'ofl*ee, fresh ground
Maple Syrup, pur quart jar
40c
1 tin
35c
63c
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Carti of Thanks
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Gut Bone
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WRDNESDAY,  OCTOnRR 30th,  1912.
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Do you realize that this Fall will be your
last opportunity to buy in Revelstoke at
the present prices ? Gel in now while
vou have the chance.    See us at once.
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There is no indication tlml the Turks
will muke the stand. They are everywhere lulling back betore tbe vie -
toriuns allies. They bvui dated the
town ol Islip in .Macedonia, without
resistance, although it occupies a
Btrong natural pus.tion. In the Bulgarian diplomatic quarters in l.ouduu
a was m.u.i tonight Hint Bulgaria, lar
from assuming that the wur ,s approaching a conclusion, hns summoned another 80,000 reservists io the eo
lots, Turkish diplomats do uot eon
cea! their disappointment and sur-
prise at the results, but they point
oul that the main Turkish army bas
not yet been engaged much lets ue-
I'catcd.
ItciKu, Montenegro, net. li—A ye»-
eral botiibardtaent ot bcutaii bcgau
ai ;,; o does toduy. Alter an hour a
liner. Btuoti   Was . ug irum the
.i .a     quarter ol  i. "■      i ho
.i.i'.mi  lien.     t oaotttch to,u»y
took tbc Birouglj  fortified heights of
loom,   which  uuiuinute  the  approach
i" i," &, nlso known .,.. i . un,     and
' n.i  advance un the town.
Sophia, Uct. 2,— 'lhe buiguiiuus today occuploJ tbe Tur&tsb lown ui Islip, ,u .Macedonia, which lies  ■•■ ..
to the southeast ot Uskup.
it ,s said thut the Turks evacuated
[slip without ottering the slightest resistance. Alter a battle near kot.i-
chana the I'urkB were apparently .Unorganised and left a large quantity
of rl es and tore along i be i oad between the two towns, (slip Is known
as ih ■ \'ii.:,ii"|,ii ,,; Macedonia, li
occupies a very strong natural position in the mountains.
The Uulgurlai iptured
iiii.. M.U'.i an Li I    be
tween A.ll ...
i bej  i.a.i- ,"i, .:.,i.. .    u "I.- .a the
Ai.la i,.ei district  and taken .ill the
on th ank   im luding
""il'
Athens, Oct.
stau:  '
rth -
via, says     ' H,   . nii . :
.    ■
.lain.
lined
and  '
i"  th    cathedral,  wh
ing.
, • ,-        ■
the nisi Bulgarian army al U o'clock
on l-'rulay evening: "Gen. tvanonol is
drawing the linos more closoly at
ni.n.l Adrianople practically to the
west and uorth. He is strengthening
his positions with earthworks. The
Bulgarian heavy artillerj is now bom
burding the northwestern trout ol the
fortress. Another sortie hy Turks in
the direction ol ainaiitkojo today was
repulsed with great loss to the Turks
tl-nlvaiiaiiof will complete the cordon around adrlanople hy idling up
tbc gap iu the oast aiid south with
iu the next lew days. A strong col -
iiiiui is advancing Irom thc northeast
Anothor operating Irom tbe west, will
have thc task uf closing the ring around the fortress."
The same correspondent telegraph -
ing from ihe headquaters of the Becond army says;
"The action of the eastern army tlle
object of which is io destroy completely ihe Turkish forces, defeated ut
Kirk KiliSfch, is making vigorous
progress hut l am forbidden to say
more."
Constantinople, net. ac—Reports of
the skirmishing on the right wing of
tin eastern army seem to indicate
that tiie Bulgarians around Adrlanople are .--till developing the turning
movement. A despatch from thut
city Bays the commander of the Turkish forces lias issued a proclamation
declaring thai the troops of the garrison have heroically accomplished the
mission require.I ,.f ihem and have
not withdrawn InBide thc tortillcat -
Ions, which they are prepared to de-
lend with the courage demonstrated
hy their fathers at Plevna, According
to Information emanating from rella-
blo sources the sultan has expressed
a desire to accompany the generals to
the front in ordei to encourage and
inspire the troopB hy his presence. An
extra council beld at the palace by
the lea-ding statesmen a Ivlsed the m
i.m I" relinquish the plan.
Right; pet cenl of the ,,m>\ ra who
took part ,n i .■ B| litiuir of Oct. 22-
23 wero killed or wounded.
The Turkish eastern army is stretched out betweeu Visa and A.In.mo -
l'li' and engaged In checking the advance ni ii.m Bulgarians wh.. are iry-
•■ ti :.i , ick th.' Tui„s au.l at.
the miii.. time to cut communications
with Constantinople.
No reports weie received todny regarding the position uf the western
army telegraphic communication with
Uskup and Sulonibi having heen cut
off. As a consequence ibe embassies
nre without news from  the consuls.
Athens, Oct. 2c Despatches from
the front speak lu glowing terms of
the reception accorded the Greek army
the Inhabitants ,,f Macedonia, the
tuaji rity ol whom are Greeks, Hreek
a have bo n appointed in uil
the Macedonian towns occupied.
Athens,   del    27    ■;.,,    S;,p„i.ntzakis
telegraphs from  \rt.i that Him Greek
army  advancing ,>n   Euirus  hn-  ocru-
■ i.a.  The Turk-  Mcvl  m  .!■;«
:-f.'i
fiai;*ay Gives Concessions
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Hi 111 iilTION TO REVELSTOKE
(Formerly tin: sin.: of ihe Bowman Lumber Co's. mill)
Now on the Market
m $175 to $3511 per Lot
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
This .-.iddition consists ol iilnn.it 100 lots, 25 of which were sold within half an hour
after the pi ice list was made up    Only 75 lots left
Rjevclstoke people are making big money out of Rjevelstoke property. One railway
man who a few years ago bought 2 lots on McKenzie c/lvenue for $350, sold out last week
for 53,500 cash. Just ten times his original investment, c^nother citizen bought a property
six months ago for $4,000, and sold out for $5,700 cash and got $70 per month rent in the
interval.    These cases show that there is money to be made in Rjevelstoke property.
Begbie View Addition is close in—within 3 blocks of Railway
Shops.      Riglit in tbe heart of the city.
The Rutlding- conditions which the owners have placed on this property" ensure the
erection of only buildings of a substantial nature.    zA few lots suitable for warehouse sites.
This subdivision will be sold  out this week, so if you want to get in on this, move
quickly.
TERMS are easy, viz: One quarter cash, balance in 3 instalments—6, 12 and 18
months with interest at 8 per cent.
explication should be made to
A. c^VIcRAE, cogent
OFFICE NEXT POST OFFICE
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LOST—On  McKenzie  Uvenue  or First
Street,  I.ndy's  Gold     Watch     antl
— I    Fob.   Kinder  will  be rewurue.l      on
WANTBD—Nursing,    apply    to Mrs.     leaving same at the l'ost Oflico.
McDonald,    corner ot Third   street.     =
aud Connaught avenue, or phone to '■    The "Sugar Uowl Fountain]',    like
! Charlies   Aunt,   is  still  running.      We
Num her 265,
lm.
 I are still serving out to satisfied cus-
WANTED—A  Bmall   Furnished  house,  tomers our delicious ice cream, sodus
nant.    Vpply to   \ B    an.l  Sundaes.
• ,ld.
WHITE STAR-DCMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STliAMBRS
       The "Sugar  Uowl"     hot chocolate,
■urnished  House    tor coffM Bnd toa' etc- is ""-surpassed.
Apply    Hi'.s   lhi.      Clean,  smokeless,  furnace lump  and
Revel   oke, B   C. uut coul at Coursier's.
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l-'ALL SERVICE
Montreal        Quebec       Liverpool
I inly l-'inir Days at Sen
New   s.s. M'gantic   Nov. -'.1
s.s. Teutonic   Sat. Nov. -'.
New   b.s, Laurentic, Sat, Nov. 9.
s s. Canada, Sat. Nov, 16,
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Portland, Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
l-'roni From
Portland Halifax
Neu s.s. Laurentic  ...Dec   7 Dec   ft
< s. Teutonic .  .. Dec U Dec 15
i.s. Canada  Dec .'1 Dec ll
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 Steamer in bond.   No hotel or transfer expehsesi
Crmpany's OfTice, 619 Seonrd Avenue, 'Seattle, 3 doors e-st from Cherry Street
or A. G. EROCKLR, A;,i,t  Cacidisn Pacific huilw.-iy, Revelstoke, B.C
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VIOLIN AND PiANO
STUDIO	
All Instruments Taugkt
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
This Studio Hives instruction on all brass antl
siniii'.cil inatruments, violin, cte., by the
very latest Italian and French methods, used
by the Uoyal Conservatory of Music of Milan,
(Italy) and Paris, 'Fiance). We guarantee
by this method to nut out a good performer
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS and further information
on application to
nt   in the
Opera
nut' 'i
play Bought an
Saturday, Nov
tl Paid For
. :nd
CHEO LEO COVRES,    Mackenzie Avenue
Corner of Victoria Road
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T*T=rm  Js/LJ±TJLrTTttJRJL.TjJD,   REYELSTOKB
WKD.VESDAV,  OrTOBER  30tb,  1912.
I
I    Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
* 3,000,000 $ 4,000,000
3,000.000 4,600,000
25,077,730 35,042,311
27.457,090 38,854,801
33,090,192 48,237,284
Has 83 Brunches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Cities In the World.
A OENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revolstoke Branch. W. H   PRATT, Manager
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
650
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.
. . It Might Be Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism ar,.'. other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verilied by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of acce'ss,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously luted and finished for comfort, and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
.JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor J6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. I.KVIiSQUE, 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
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
    — Wj
McKlNNON <v SUTHERLAND
FINE ENGRAVING IN
SEFIA OF THE BORDEN
CABINET	
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
I
Y hCPbiS Of COAL Ml (.IN I.
REGULATIONS.
For Readers of the News-Advertiser
EVERYONE wants a picture of tlie members of tlle Government
of Canada. The "News-Advertiser" hos hail prepared for the exclusive use of its readers in this province a large engraved plate ot
Kt. Hon. R. L Borden ainl bis Ministers.
This group is redrawn from the latest photographs of tiie eighteen Ministers who compose the advisers oi Ilis Roval Highness the
Governor-General. It is printed in sepia on heavy board ready for
framing, and will he ofthe greatest educational value in the home,
the school anil the library.
The Prime Minister, HON. R. 1, BORDEN, occupies a central
position, and is shown standirg at the head of the Council Table.
Seated about him are his colleagues.
Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Macdonald
look down on his successors.
HOW TO OBTAIN THE PICTURE
This fine engraving, of which a limited number have been prepared, will be sent FREE OF CHARGE to new subscribers, or
to old subscribers, who renew their subscriptions for one year ($3).
For out-of-town subscribers the picture will be tubed and postage
prepaid.
Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment of i">0 cents. If
mailed, ten cents extra for tubing anil postage.
Applications alld remittances (cash must accompany order!, must
be made to
The Circulation Manager "News-Advertiser"
VANCOUVEK. b. c.
Coul mining rights ol the Dominion i
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan uud Al- i
berta,    tho    Yukon    Territory,      thej
North-west Territorial uud in a portion ol tho Province of British Ool- |
umliiu, muy be leaded lor a term ol
twenty-one years ut un annual rental of (1 an acre. Not more thnn
2,560 ucres will bo leased to ono applicant.
Application for lease must lie mude
by the applicant iu pcruou to the
Agent or Sub-Agent c/I the district
lu which tbe rights upplied tor nre
situated.
ln surveyed territory the land must
be described hy sections, or legal
suli-ilivisioiis ol sections, und lu un-
surveyoi1 territory the tiaet upplied
for Bhall he staked out uy tbo ap -
plicant  himself.
Kach appllcat t m'lft he uccomputi-
ied by a fee of (5 which will be refunded if the rights upplied for are
uot available, hut not otherwise. A
royally shall be puid ou tho merchantable output ol the mine at the
lute ot tlve cents per ton,
Tho person operutiug tho mine shull
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting (or the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined aud pay the
royulty thereon. II the conl mining
rights are not beiug operated, sucb
returns should be lurnished at leust
onco a year.
The lease will include the coal mia
ing rights only, but the lessee muy
be permitted to purchase wbutevcr
uvniluble surfnee rights may be considered necessary for the working ol
the mine at the rate ol (10.00 an
acre.
For full informutlou application
should be made to the Secretary ol
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agont or Sub-Agent
ol  Dominion  Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  Minister of  tho Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will not be puid
(or.
Notice is hereby  given that, on  I
lirst day  ol  December  nest,  ap]
tion    will  be    made to the Supi
tendent     ot    Provincial    roiicc    for
renewal oi  the  botel  license  i"
liquor  by  retail  In  the  hotel  knowu
as   ihe    Lardeau     hotel,    situate    ut
Oomapllx, iu tbe Province of British
Columbia,
Dated this 13th day of October, 1912
RUSSELL M.   EVANS,
lat iss. Oc. IG, HOd. Applicant.
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
Revelstoke, B. C
before.buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, shirts
lilaukets and everything
renniredin vour bu«ines«.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
•X.    ALBEET     STOLID      PEOP
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVILSTOKl, B.C.
E.   Q.    BURKflVGE
Tlnamlth Repair*, Mot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-VfOWK    SHOP
Oonnaught Av*.   •   Ravalstoke
UNION HOTEL.
AUKOw 1IKAH, B. 0.
Special Attention given to comtssroUl
mfn   and   tourists.    Flftt-clMi  sstnpli
mom*.  I'-ineat scenery ll) British OolunV
T,l«. ovurlookinn Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Seuled Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Arrowhead Lock-up," will bo
received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon ol
Wednesday, tbe Huth day of October,
1912, for tbe erection and completion
uf constables' Quarters, otlice, uud
lock-up at ArrowbeuJ, in the Revel -
stuko  Electoral  Pistnct,  R.C.
Plans, specilicatious, coutruct, aud
forms ol lender uuy Liu been ou and
utter tbe Uth day ol October, UU
at tbc office oi the constable In
charge, Arrowhead; tbe Government
Ageut, Revelstoke; and tiie Depart -
meat of Public Works, Parliament
Buildings,  Victoria, U.C.
Kach proposal must he accompanied
by an accepted bans, cheque ur certiti-
cate oi deposit on a chartered buuk ul
Canada, made pujublc to tbe llouour
able thu il.uistci- of public Works, folia sum equal to lu per cent, ui then-
tender, which shull be forfeited if tbo
party tendering decline tu enter into
contract when culled upun tu du su,
or if bo lull to complete tbe work
contracted lor. The cheques ur cer -
tidcates ol deposit ol uubuccchsIuI
ti-ndereis will he returned to tbem up
un the execution ol the coutruct.
Tendere «ill not bo considered nn-
Leal mude uut un tho forms supplied
Signed with tbc actual signature ol
tbo tenderer, and cuclusod in tne ou-
vcloprs  furnished. *
The lowest ur any tendei not noccs
sarily accepted.
J.  E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer,
Department ol Public Works,
Victoria, R.C, October 10th, UU,
Ut 1st. Oct. It t.d.
HARVE'., McCARTER
AND  PINKHAM.
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Rank  Uuilding Reveletoke., B. O.
Money to Loan.
Otlices—ReveUtoke,    B.   O..     aid
Cranbrook, B. O.
Oeo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M.  Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelsloke. Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial Lund  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineer tB|
..IcKKNZIE  AVE.,
COX )t)6. REVELSTOKE
NAVAL SERVICE OF CANADA.
Notice  Concerning Tenders lor
Timber   Supplies.
Sealed Tenders addressed to tbe undersigned, endorsed "Tenders Ior Timber" will he received up tu uuou uu
Tuesday the lith ol November, 19U,
ior the following descriptions uf tim-
i.er, Birch, Cedar, Spruce, pine, Oak,
Fir, Teas, all ueing ior delivery at
H.M.C. Dockyards ut Huliiax, N.S.,
and Esgutmalt, U.C. Forms ol teuder may be bud by uppllcution to the
undersigned or to the Nuvul Store
Ollicer at cither Dockyard.
Unauthorized publication ul this notice will not he paid for.
C.   J.   DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister ol tbe Nuvul Service
Department of the Nuvul Service,
ottuwu, October Sth, UU.
1st lis. Oc. Ill
LIQUOR ACT,   1S1U.
Notice Is hereby given thut, ou the
hist duy ol December uext, application will be made tu the Superintendent ut Provincial Police for
renewal uf the hotel license tu sell
liquor by retail in the hutel kuuwu
us the 1 i.iii..in hutel, situatu at
Cumburnc, lu the Province ul British
Columbia.
Dated tbis 13th day ut October, UU
W.   S.   RENNIE,
1st iss. Oc. ill, 3l>d. Applicant.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.U.CS.A.
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box 14ti, Revelstske, B.C.
KOOTENAY      LODC-E,   No.  U A.   F
and  A.   M.
Itegular     meetings are beld in UAH
'ONJO TEMPLE.     OddfellowB'      Hail
jon tbe Third  Monday  in euch month
at tt p.  m.      Visiting brethren      are
I cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON.  W. M.
W.   B.   HOUEKTHON,  Secretary.
COURT      MT.      HEllUlE,    No.  H.)
OF 1. O.  F.
Meeta  in  1. U   I).  F.   Mall next    tu
Tap,nag's  Opera  lluiiso every  secund
and  fourth  Munduy  in  tnontb.   Visit
ing bretbren cordially  welcomed.
ti.  Vi. BELL, C. H.
WM.   H.   CAMERON.   ReO.-flSC
U.  W.  O.  W.
Mountain   VIhw  Camp,  No.   '.i'l
Meets  .Second    ami      Fourth   Wednes
dny.    In  ench   month   In    Halkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  are
cordially  Invited to attend
A.   .1.   WOODLAND,   ''nii    Coin
.lAMKIR   Mi-IN'I", Itl'l    Clerk
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1. 0. O. V
Meets every     Thursday evening    In
Selkirk   Hall  nt  X  o'clock.      Visiting
brethren  cordially  Invited,
.IiilIM LYON      N. tl.
JAH.   MATHIE.   Sec.
GOLD RANOF,  LOPCK,      IC,  of    P.
NO. 16,  RBVBLBTOKB, It.  O.
Meets  every  Wednesday eicnnt    the
Third  Wednesday of each  month      In
Oddfellows'   Hall  St.  tl  o'eloek    Visit.
Ing Knights are cordially  Invited.
V. W. TERRY, C. 0.
Q. H. BROOK. I., ot It. * B.
M. nl r
WATER  NOTICE.
For a License to Tuku uud Use Water
Notico is hereby given tbat tbo
Canadian PaciQc Uailway Company
will spply lor u license to tuke uud
use Fifty Miners Inches ul wuter uut
uf u smull Clock, which ll .ws ,n a
northerly direction and empties intu
Ulecillewuet Uiver uiul Twin Unite
The watei will be taken at Twin
Butte und will be used for ruilwuy
uud duincBlic purposes uu tbo lund
described ., C.P.R. Cumpuny's right
of wuy.
Thll notice Wat posted un tlie
ground ou the Mil duy ol August,
HU. The application Will bo tiled in
the ollico of tho Water Recorder al
lievelstoke, R.C.
Objection muy he liled with the i.aid
Water Recorder or with tbe Comptroller of Water Rights, Pailtament
Buildings, Victoria, ll.C.
Canadian   Pacilic   Railway   Company,
Applicant,
E.  W.  Batsman,   Local  Uight uf
Way Agent, Vancouver, u. 0.
Fust  lleUS August  81st.
LIQUOR  ACT,   l»10,
Notice is hereby given that, mi the
Hist day of Dsosmtxi next, applies
tion wiil he made to tbt Superintendent of Provlnolal Pollct toi
renewal ol the hotol lleeo a to sell
liquor i.y retail  In  tbe hotel known
ni the i total Queens   11 uab  al ''	
,,111i\, hi ihe Provinoe ol British
Columbia.
Dated tins LSth day ot Ocl    sr, UU
J.  II.  VtiUNO,
1st Inn. Or.  Ifl liud. Applicant,
LOBT—Small  grip  with  initials  "A.
Mil." Printed on one side Kindly
return name to Then. Wadman, Sec
rotary (otiscrvatlvo Aisoclutign,
Reveletoke, B. C.
HO.I'OR  ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereuy given that, on the
lirsl day of December next, application will be made tu tbe Superintendent ul Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel liceu.se to Bell
liquoi' hy retail iu the hotel known
as the Lakeview hotel, Situate at
arrowhead, in the Province ol British Columbiu.
Dated this 15th day ot October, lill
CHAPMAN  ft 1RW1.N,
lBl   iBS.   UC.   li,.   30d. U'liliMBlS
LIQUOR ACT, l'Jlu.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
tirst duy of December next, application will be made to the Superin
u-udent of Provlnolal Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail In the hotel knowu
as tbe Bealou hotel, situale at Beaton, in thc Provinoe ol British Columbia.
Dated this ljtb day of October, i'J12
H. NELLIS,
1st  iss.   Oc.   IU,   'Mil. Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   l'JIU.
Notice is hereby given that, on thc
tirst duy ol December next, application will be mude to the Superintendent of Provincial ponce ior
renewal ol the hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil in the hutel known
us the Halcyon Hut Springs hutel,
situate at Halcyon, in the Province
of   BritiBh   Columbia.
Dated this ISth day of October, 1912
WILLIAM   BuVD,
1st iss.  Oc.   ll,  ..'Ml Applicaat
LIQUOR ACT,   1SH).
Notice is hereby given that on tbe
1st day ol December next, appiica -
lion will bo made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal
of tho hotel license tu sell liquor by
retuil in the hotel known us the City
Hutel, situate in Arrowhead, prov -
nice of British Column.u.
Dated xthis ISth day uf October,
UU.
ROBERT  CAVLEY,
1st iisB. Oc.pj aud. Applicant,
LIQUOR  ACT,   IMO,
Notice is hereby given tbut, on tbe
Urst day uf December next, applica-
tiun will be made to the Bupeiin
tendent uf Provincial Police lur
renewal uf the hutel license to Bell
liquur by retail iu the botel known
ae tbc St. Leon hotel, s.l'.iutc ul St.
Leou,     in the    Province    of    British
Columbia.
Dated th.s loth day of October, 1912
U.  GRADY,
1st iss, Oc.  16, ou.l. Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,   PRO.
Notice is hereby given tbat, on tbc
lust day of December next, application will t„- made to tbe Superintendent     uf    Provincial    I".
renewal   ol   the   hotel   license   to    sell
liquoi   by   retail   In   the   botl
as the Union hotel, situute at Aiiu..
head in llie Province ol     British Columbia.
Dated this Uth day ot October, un
W. J. LIGHTBURNE,
1st    IHS.    UC.     ll,, A, ; .  I   ,[.
LlQl OR   ACT,   l'JIU.
Notice is heieby  given  that,  uu  the
in hi day  ol  Dscembsi   next, applies
tion    w,n  be    made  to tbi   I
tendent     oi    I' i.. -. ice   lor
renewal »f the hot
liquor  by   retail   m   the
ue the Glacier Huns.•, situate at G-la
ciei, m tbe Province ol Brltl h   Uo -
lumbia.
Dated ilus ISth duy ol
Can.-i ban I acilic    Railway    Company,
i»t iss. oct. it, 80d. .applicant.
I,I'.I OR   ACT,   IUU.
Notice le herebj given that, on the
lirst day ol Decembei next, application »iii bo made to ths superintendent of Provini lal Police lor
renewal ol the hotol license to sell
liquor by ratal! In the hotel known
as thc Eva hotel, tuatt ' I -n
inn in-, in ihe provinoe oi Dr,- ra 1 I-
lumbia,
Dated tbis 1.1th day ol October, 1912
H. O. WARE,
Kt lei. Oc. 16, 30d. Applicant.
Not Cased on Giaie
"We  do not rind the Bible to teach
li ctrine of a literal 'hell Are' or
...ne lor the
punishment ul the wicked, but secular
history ol the formation of the cret Is
u! ihe middle     ages reveals the fact
thai  tor various reasons, either wisely or unwisely, the doctrine ul torment .n  hell nre was added to the gos-
ta .. nt  ; j    i te is and ihe twel-
ve apostles, neoesstiaieing many rlalo
interpretations   ol   tbe      Lords
parables."
foregoing was embodied in res-
ns adopted at tne s.-ssioii oi the
latioaal Bible Students' Conven-
... iditoriuin at   Glen
.it noon-today alter  Gen Wil -
; am   P.   Hall,   U.S.A.,  retired,   uutil
.. jutant  general,   had  made     a
..  .. (lowing the presentation    of
More ih^n U.uiw del-
. aii     parts of ibe Uuiou
inada votod on the pro;.os.con
Chairman  J-  F.  Rutherford announced   thai   "it   le  a   hot  subject  for      a
hut day."
The resolutions set forth:
"We now   unreservedly repudiate as
tboroughl)   unscriptural  tne  leaching
of a place, stale  oi   condition,  of      a
literal  'lake of lire and brimstone' fur
■ i mint  of  the  wicked;  and,  further,  we  believe Irum many personal
testimonials that the vasi     majority
ul uil Protestant denominations have
privately repudiuted     the    'bell tire'
theory,   but  have  lor  supposedly good
reasons hesitated hilly to inlorm their
congregatians;  aud,  further,   we    believe  uu  this accuuut thuusands,  aud
perhaps  lens  ui   thuusands,   are   lieing
driven Into skepticism or lutidelny."
Al'PEAL TO THE  MINISTRY.
Continuing,   it   was  rec.ted:      " We
appeal to every minister in the United States tu publish m  h.s local news
paper, ovei  his own signature, a statement  declaring  whether  or not    he
• s  the  Bible  to  leach  the    doctrine uf    a    literal luke of hre     and
brimstone as a place or state or cun-
dition,   fur  the eternal  punishment  uf
the wicked, and ast every editor ot a
newspaper   in   the   United   States      lo
invite the ministers of his cuustituen-
cy to ava.l themselves of h.s columns
for their statements; and,  lurther, we
believe  tbat in  th.s  one act  tbey  can
just nuw  serve     tbeir readers  bettcr
than  in uny  utber one  wuy."
Tbe secretary of the convention waa
instructed to muil a printed copy ut
thc resululiun tu every minister and
editor m  the  United Stales.
Reasons given in Gen. Hall's ap -
peal fur action were that many laymen, un accuunt uf their preseut mis-
cuuceptiuns, oft- n indulge in open and
occasionally violent criticism of individuals re'us.ug tu indorse their bell
tire theory. He suid he hopes and be
Ueves ministers of all denominations,
.1 a suitable condition were created,
would, when publicly asked, gladly
and freely stute tbeir beliei as to
whether tbe Bible doe*, or does nut,
teach tbc literal "lake of tire and
bi .ii.stone" theory. Ho believes, he
said, that the public in general, and
Christians in particular, would be in-
■ ably beneiited by a free and gen
eral express.on Irum tbe clergy on
this subject; und that such un expression wuuid unquestionably bring
about the end of unjust and unreasonable criticism.
CITIES MEWS OF CRITICS.
Ao .. reason fur his appeal, Gon-
Hail stated that it is a well knuwn
(act thut ihousauds uf critical Bible
students, including must uf the leading professors and teachers uf tbe
best schuuis, have positively and in
sumo cases publicly declared thut the
Bi .-- dues nut teach the "hell tire"
doctrine and, additionally, tbut it is
generully reported tbat almost nivur-
lubly ministers of tae vunous cvung-
. denoiniuutious privately udmit
lhat the Bible dues nut teach and
tbat personally they du not beliovo
the heli  tire theory.
Sen, Hall, thuruughly warming up
to his subject, declared that in the
name u! hunesty uud fa.ruess to both
the preachers and laymen, all minister, concerned in this matter should
:.• helped and enabled to deal (airly
wit!, the public; that lnymeu who Hn-
anclall) lupport the iiiiu..-.tcrs, olteu
at considerable saenbee, are entitled
to know inoie frum the teochorB ot
t:.. true Bible ductrines, even though
th.- would necessitate the udm.BSiou
nn t!ie:r part  ihut some  mistakes hud
.   great grandfathers
when they formulated tbe creeds ol
■..iddio ages,  and   that  there is
now no good rea^"ii why the congress shr.ul 1 not  know  just     where
ti.e.r own ministers stand, whether
ie i i the literal "hell llro"
ne,
^**S Tad nt?-&i}<m/fa-
^if V met - J&. iciT/iAt
my cUfaAf
JM.riJ&ntuicSuie
DYOLA
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li. th* r.l.IANI'ST. SIMPLEST, and Bt.STHOMF.
I'' I . '.ne tan t'ii*--Why you don'l tvtn liavr lo
know whal k.\'>„f t.iodi yaurGoodk irr mad*
,.f ... ,  Mmtik, i gn ImpOMtWt,
.*.»n.' tor Irrr (...lor I ard, Slory   Hooklrl. and
li ■ -k . i kiM'iit rcaulta of Dyittif over othir nilura.
The iOM.NfcON-HIClMKDSON CO., UmiUel,
M"t.trrai, Canada.
t WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBEI. 2 1th   'Ml
TELE 1&o&.TJL,-TTB1TIJl.TiJD,   R.  VELSTOSE
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER Mth, 1912
'   tMWIMMIWkaMaWni
Ne* Regulations issued
NOTICE
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all    nc
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use Church Papers
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amazing
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nhle  trail I   tui      taste
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tricts,
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clngiand
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11 enticed
.ii...   .
. . ,.   !.■ :. Ion  who are
endeavoring
I .'mu ot campaign and
in  thi   : tt ...'  the character ni every
u .• : •    i   .ii  i hurch papers will    be
. it ■!  ainl  a  number
h workers will co op-
itlvcs  watching     all
. i statins.
Nol. Iven, nun an ap-
plicati hi will be made to the Parliament  . ,  i 'auada  at   thi   u sl   Session
.  ;    y.   to incorporate a
■  . '...ium ui     "THE
WETAabiaWIN, ''. ILl.OWHEAD and
,:l \ i POKE RAILWAY COM
HAN i . wi i power to construct and
operui l1 toi iwing Hues, namely:
Irotu .ne Lity ul IVetasklwin, In the
Prov ...;i.i  ... a    weiiMiiy
direct n to the Saskatchewan Hiver;
i im ii. , i.i: j [i low ing iliM valley
ol -h. i .i.;. i... I.... i or such other
vulley as uiuy md [iractlcal    to
ui near thi head waters ol the Bra -
/.enn River, thence in a uorth-wester-
lj d-ii ei i .ii down ' liu Rocky River
Valley, or such other course as may
be lound feasible, ta the Vellowhead
Pass thei   pass as may    be
found   practical;   tir umc  In  a  westerly
and       ith-\     .    I;    ...   to    the
in a.l   ...ii    ol  I li-   Uanoo  River     In
the   r      ...     Uritish   Columbia;
.   .   .   i : .   vallej   ...   1 ..    I .. ..,.-
j River, oi  i ich other valley as may be
ound to I lu- junction ol i he
i anoe  River with the Columbia Rivet .   i hi .... ii   i i.r  Columbia  River
: valley  to  the City of  Revelstoke    In
the  l'i i.   in •■ ol   British  Columbia.
Hat. i '.'.■ taskiwin in the Prov -
Inci ol VII .' . the 24th day o Oc
tobei    A.n., 11)12.
t.GIE  mi.I   M \M.K\
nf Wetaskiw in,   Uberta, Soiit itors
t ii    io Oc 5w.    im  Applicants.
NOTlCin
itevelstoke Land District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice, that i, Adelard S.
Blondin, ol tialcyon, ll. C, occupation Shlpwight, intends to apply for
permission to purcuaBe the [oliowitig
described lauds;
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south oi a point In the tioutu
boundary ol Lot 7-872, LiroUP uue,
Kootenay District, which point ls
distaut hi chains West from the
South blast Coiner ol said Lot lii'i,
aud marked "Adelard ri. Blondin'B
North-East Corner l'ost"; theuce
south 40 chains, thence west 20 cnains
thenoe norili hi chains, thence cast -U
chains to the point oi commencement
containing SO acres more or less.
Haled the 2lii l  September, itU2.
ADELARD  ri.  BLONDIN.
Agent.
1st  issue Sept.  2Gth
Startling (inaryes made
Tot .     Startling charges
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BUSINESS Ui
Cl ,ii   .. .,; al   I loui I ll i '■:.
::    said "I    i lates"  she
means ' Sugar Bowl    chocolatos,
Vancouver Islau.l acreage at   li. N.
Coursier's.
'I he '         i   Bowl '     hoi chocolate,
an i tea, etc,  ,i, asi. 1.
1    an . ss, furnace lump mul
uut coul al  Coursier's.
All . ■ . not receit Ing the pa
per regularlj are requested to communicate with ihe editor, Mail Herald
Los .ill, ltevelstuke B.C., in order
thai their complaints may be recused! Write your full name aud address legibly, ana jour complaint will
..ii attended to promptly.
i lere a tiie road  to t omfort, a \, n-
i>hed thirst, a coo .  and   .. re -
reshed  un,-,  the only  way    ,.  ,;u    a
-....I drink at the Sm      Ll. ... i oun-
i.i.n.   McKenzie   Avenue.
Her  tune   was  wrong,   hi r tune  was
bad;
I'he Black  Key Study  made her saJ.
She laid good  live to all the l'nss,
Ami bought a Qourlay Angolus,
.'. t ti. toke S Btore.
The "Sugar Bowl" Luncheonette Is
now running In connection with    • ur
>....i   ounta im in,!   here
i com place to an
uoon    cup of     tea, I
beet tea  and li bl   refreshments.
tSWl'lCK
Revelstoke Land District.
District oi West Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1, Johu Albert
Laiifee, ui London, England, occupation, Traveller, ,mends to apply lor
pei miss.on to purchase tho [ollowing
described  laud:
Commencing ut a post planted    by
Nurth Kast Corner of Lot Uinil,    un
'the   Upper  Ariuw   Lake,   aud  lim'kod
"J.A.L.S.E.   Corner."   Uieuce    north
it) chains along the shore ol   At row
Lake,  thence west 20 chains,     tbnr.e
south   HI chains,   llieuce east 2') chains
to point ni commencement, coutam-
i lug 80 acres, more or less.
Dated r.nh September, 1912.
JOHN  ALBERT laA.NU.il,
Per Fredrick W. Terry, Agent.
j 1st  issue Sept. 28th
A .-reel-:
-l-'i i. I'Ki-: v.
Conn.,
male PII
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NOTIOE
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NOTICE.
Revelstoko Laud District.
District of rtest Kootenuy.
Take uotice thai i, William Billor,
Of tipo^aae, IVaoh., occupuuou Meat*
cutter, iuteuds lo apply lm pcuu.s -
sion to purcuase tue tolioiViug Ucs-
cribed  lauds:
Cuuuucuciug uL a posi. planted
about -h) cuaius east ot the Southwest Curuer o; Lot mi) and ..outh-
east corner oi Lot luaj„, theuce aouth
4U eha.us, west it) chaius, uoitn 4U
chains und eust lu chains to poiut
oi couiiiieaceineiit, aud couuuuiug ioi)
ucres, more or less.
Dated August UJlh,  1D12.
WILLIAM UlLi-'Ol.,
Janus fisher, Agent.
1st issue Sept. 11
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Luud District.
District ol  West Kootenuy.
Take notice tbat I, William Boyd,
of Halcyon, B.C., occupation, ridel
Keeper, intends to upply ior pe;mission to purcbase the lollowing ut.-.ii.b
.u lund.
' ..; incing ai  a posi  planted    at
the     No.t..  .Neat  Corner ol Lot Iuu,
croup  1,  ihei.ee  n, rth        ■ bs
,   ....... shore,   thi .. ■■ iu
chain ■, ihi;.
West   ill   eila.u.-,   to  I tn   uce-
ineut.
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I '.    _- BOYD.
I7CE
NOTICE
itevelstoke Laud District.
District o; West Kootenay.
Take notice tbat I, l'.iuel Vcrjn-t
Boyd, of Halcyon, B.C., ocO'ipatioa,
Married Woman, 'intendB to apply ior
permission to purchuse Lin following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted 60
chains in a westerly direction fitm
the South East Corner of Lot iS'S,
(Iroup 1, tbence 4u eun.is bouib,
thence -10 chains west to luke shore,
thenee 40 chums north, thence 40
chains east to poiut of commence -
ment, containing iuu acr3s inure ,r
less.
Dated September .'Ith,  i'J12.
ETHhlL   VERONA   U.1D.
Per Wm.  Boyd,  Ay-e it.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lund District.
District ul West Kooteuay.
Take notico that 1, Lauu A. Blondln, of Halcyon, 11. C, occupation
.Married Woman, Intends to apply tor
permission to purchuse the lollowing
described lauds:
Commencing at a post planted    on !
lhe South  bouudury oi aud 00 chains
West Irom the South blast Corner of!
Lot  7872,  Group  One.  Kootenuy  D.s :
trict", and marked "Lana A. Blondin's
Nurlli-West     Corner    l'ost";     thenco
south  20      cbains,      theuce  east      40
chuius, theuco north 20 chains to said
south     bouudury  ol     suid Lot 7872,
thence west aloug said    boundary   10
cbuius more orless to the point     of
commencement  containing  so     acres
more or less.
Dated September L'.ird, 1012.
LANA  A.   BLONDIN,
Per A.  S.  Blondiu, Agent.
1st issue Sept. 25.
NOTICE
lievelstoke Laud District.
Diatr.ct oi  West   Kootenay.
Take notice ihut William Henry
Wilcox, ol Revelstoko, B.C., occupa -
tion, Prospector, intends to upply
for permission to purchase the loilow
ing described lands:
Commencing at u post plauted ou
tbe West bank of the Columbia river
ubout 40 chuius below Seymour Creek
theuce west 40 chuiua, theme south
40 ehuins, tbence east 40 chains more
or less to Uolumbia river, thence
lollowiug the Columbia river north
to ] ...Mi oi commencement, und con-
tuiuiug Iimi ucres,  u ,.e i.r less
Dated August 8iu, mii.
WILLIAM    IKNKV   -Ml (JUX,
Applicant,
Andrew KitBon, Agent.
1st issue Aug.  .list
fttSSSSrSS^ rSSS^Sam.
OPEN  LViNINdS UNTIL. 9 O'CLOCK
| Lei Us Loan
1 You the Money
:
at
5°|o
To Buy
Build
FULL  LINE OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solul leather Shoe, They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before  purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
lim,t imuI Shoo Repnlrers,
KmKlll.'I'K
Harness Makers
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NOTICE
Revelsloke Land District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Tuke notice that Marshall Dorrah,
ol Revelstoke, B.C., occupation, Log
gcr, intends io upply lor permission
to purchase the iu..uw.ug described
lands.
Commencing  ai a post plauted    on
the Liu; i.aus, oi the Columbia river
about one and a ua.i     miles     below
about    two miles
above   i theuce      40
chains uoiih,   ihence  4u chains  west,
tbence to cHaiiM more or .ta.     south
to the a (oliow-
ta  ...er      to
...   Containing
Uu acres, mors ur less.
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MAi.
Kitoon,  Agent.
.St.
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pay orr
MORTGAGES
OH IMPROVE
REAL ESTATE
See Our Plan
Phone, Write or Call
THE CANADIAN HOME
INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
C. S. MUL
Kt |>icm iiialivt.'
R. Z. CRAWFORD
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
\gent   for   Flexitime   Electric
Sii) ns
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming's Transfer
Building, Second Street.
Dress Making
A. E. S. Tailoring Sohool
I laving now secured suitable
premises, will open in the
TAYLOR HLOCK, over
McRae Metcantile Co.'s
Store, Monday, Oit'her ".
All orders for dressmaking
promptly and skilfully attended to.
Howson C& Co.
Are  prepared to  Sell  Furniture, Carpets,   j
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.     Phone No. 60
S. G. ROBBINS
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
I'lmiie 281
Nighl Paione -hi
I". O. Box 469
Two Night i-.is-.is weekly- Wctltiei-
.lu nnl Friday. Hours Irom i t.. 9.
U.u hours from 0 to 12; 1 to 4i30.
Catherine Goodwin
Box 26      -    Revelstoke. B.C
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m in i!c
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No Otlic-r Hosiery
Offers This
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FruitLancL
FOR SALE
tinietiH Bnv landpIn parrelH ol
10 or 20 Bfrcs nr en bloc. Corrt-8-
riondenoe invited,
John Shaw. Agent
Box 616 Arrowhead
coalT
■ Gall Lump Coal arriv-
Orders will have
priiin|it attention.
A. Davidson, PH2§2NE
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
tTVletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH ANO D: OR F CT0KY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody  kuowi him, he will
ti'll you thnl the whiskeys we nre
H,lliii({ sre the hest. (lull and be
ccnviliri'il. No household should
I,., without 1, supply of our Har*
vcy't Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Ft ..[iin Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
B0 yean old or Blaokberry Brandy
foi ttedloliuil pnrpoeea.  Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinih m,< unexcelled. Hold hy all
the leading hotele, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
In,porters nrd peel,,,. In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
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Penmans   Limi
Pans Can
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loss
Dated August Kih, MU,
John it   WMT, Applicant.
Andrew Kitson, Ageut
lit .rue Aug, Jilt.
Sewing Machines
A ■ '"I v of Staff-
■■I gnd '>'■
ing Mschinea
Bale nr Hire
- t.ftl.
MANNING.   A«ent.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
1 ■ nulling Pianoe a Specialty
Plione 42  -   Night Phone 85
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch. 1 % inch lo 3 inch
Dry Cottonwood
Ail Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Site for salo.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Street and Smelter Track
T WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 30th,  1912.
TBCH3  J&J±TTa-TTTZTl^JL,JD,   BEYELSTOKB
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 30tb,  1012.
itsuesmmmmm^KSKsasxmaaaaa
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
Heavy Tweed Coat, trimmed with large ornamental
buttons, heavy strappings,
large pockets and heavy cuffs.
$17.50
*$—
Ladies' Fine Caracole Coat.
This is a beauty. Satin trimmed and full satin lined, full
length coat. This Season's
model and one of the best.
$25.00
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Special Sale of Ladies' Warm Winter Underwear
TABLE No. ONE
Vests and Drawers, mixed wool and cotton,
white and natural, any size, good, warm, fleecy
knit	
Three Pieces for $1, or Each 35c.
TABLE No. TWO
Vests, drawers and tights, some all wool and
a few sizes in children's, natural and white	
50c. per Garment
TABLE No. THREE
Fine All-wool Vests for Ladies. Some short
sleeves, mostly full size long sleeves, in white
and natural at
75c. Per Garment
TABLE No. FOUR
Finest all-wool Vests,   ladies' sizes only, fine,
natural wools and white wools, silk trimmed
$1.0O  Each
Exclusive Hai Styles
We are the sole agents in the City for the famous Christy
Hata. These hat makers were the first to make stiff hats and
to-day make the best. Our soft hats of their manufacture present
all the new features without being extreme. Let us show you our
line of Rough Felts and Velours.
New Camel Hair Blanket
Cloth Coat in the new Camel
Brown and Tan. Some are
reversable     Beautifully made.
$27.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Finest and Best Fruit
That Money Can Buy
Mcintosh Red Apples, Gravensline Apples,
Wealthy Apples, Cranberries, Red Grapes,
Green Grapes, Lastern concord Grapes,
Oranges and Lemons.
Fresh Shipments of Fish
Kippered Herring, Finnan Haddies, Halibut
Choice Coffee Beans Fresh Ground
Mocha and Java, per lb 50c
Our Own Brand 45c
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Condensed   Coffee  with  Milk and    Sugar
Chase & Sanbourne's 1 Ib. Tins 50c
" " 2 Ib. Tins 90c
Nabob, 1 lb. Tins 50c
Postum Collee in packages 25c
Choice Teas
Ram Lai's )t Ib. and 1 lb. packages, 3 and
5 lb. packages, 50c; Sunbeam, Bed Label,
40c. pcr lb.. Blue Label, 50c. per lb.; Blue
Ribbon, White and Red Label, per lb. 50c.
Liptons, 50c. and Goc. per lb.; RidgwaySi
50c. and Ooc. per lb.; Tetley's, 50c. and
Ooc. per lb.; Salada Blue Label, 50c. per
lb.; uncolored Japan, 1 Ib. packages, 50c;
5 o'clock 1 Ib. packages, 50c, 5 Ib. boxes,
$2..25. Deckafultv, 1 lb. packages, 75c.
We have bulk tea, 35c. up to 75c. per Ib.
Our Special, 3 lbs. for Si.00.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Holbrook'a Sauce (large bottles)	
 Regular 50c.    On Sale at 35c.
Gillard Pickles (large bottles)	
 Regular 50c.    On Sale at 35c.
Olive Oil and Cucumber Toilet Soap	
. . Reg. Ooc. per do/..    On Salo at 35c. per doz
Three Large Assorted Cakes in box	
■ . . Reg. 35c. per box. On Sale 15c. per box
Individual Packages Grape N'uts and Post
Toasties 20c. per dozen pkgs.
MEN'S STIFF HATS
In the new wide brim and low crown,  feather-weight quality.
Cannot be duplicated at near the price
$3.50 Each
MEN'S STIFF HATS
In medium and extreme brim3,   "Scott"  quality.   The best hats
made ... 	
$5.00 Each
MEN'S VELOURS
In all blocks and in different shades of green, grey and brown.
Christy's quality 	
$4.50  and  $5.00  Each
cTVIEN'S ROUGH FELTS
In   the   latest   antl    snappiest    blocks.     All   the   new  colors.
Priced at
$3.00  and $3.50 Each
The Correct
Storm Coat
W/hether it is a big, roomy
™ ulster, a smart, knee-length
street coat, or a dress overgar'
ment you are in need of, we can
show you the absolutely correct
style in 2uth Century Brand—
and that brand means something
—it means expert tailoring, irreproachable style, perfection of
fit and your choice of the first
selections from the leading woollen makers of the world.
We are exclusive agents.
Prices:    $25 to $35
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 are some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for iO
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
the time to makejyour selections while the stock is all here. Come and
see them anyway. WEDNESDAY,  0   rOBEB  ...un
TECIE JVLA-TTj-XTJUTMlJ^JD,  R-. "VJaLSTO'-ETE!
WEDNESDAY,   OCTOllKIl 30th.  1912.
r
Going Now at Sale Prices
"\
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The Entire Stock of Womens' Long Coats and Suits
All New Fall and Winter Styles
Ladies' Navy Blue Serge Suits
Sizes 36 and 34.
Sale Price
Rjegular $28.00.
$19.00
Ladies' Tweed Suits
Regular Plice $22.50. Now $15.50
Ladies' Long Coats
One lot   to  clear at $10.    Regular
$20 Coats.      Sale Price $15.00
Misses Fall Coats
Regular Price  $9.00.   Sale Price
$0.50
Fatal  alll'SPlt Iv-lcted nl having six wives living   in   FISHING
Itltdl  111 Clin |rtlilereni  pints ol tin- Unfied States,  j
Toronto, Oot,  23—Two  members ul     Mr. Column, who is not an Adonis,  TACKLE
the Toronto garrison were killed an.l   but who evidently has persuasives waya
thirty n.hm Injured, two totally, as
ithe result uf a head-on collision near
I Btreetviile Junotlon on the Canadian
Pacific  ruilwuy  nt  5:90  o'clock    Mon
iluy night. The Chicago flyer,    which
pulled  out  ot Toronto at live o'clock
crashed into the second section of   a
train   bringing home  troops engaged
in the sham battle trom  Milton     to
Toronto, All of thos,- cm the wrecked
train wero Torontonlans.   The wreck-
SPORTING
GOODS
ii.linns lie was quits' a collector ol
wives, imi also admits thai he was a
trltle careless about BliutHlug otl the
old matrimonial bun.Is betore talcing
in now shackles,
Three ol his wives, who wen- In
court when he was being tried, ovlnc
..I a burning desire to change the
map uf his face.
'i h ■ ,ii.tlii.nl ms believe he has other wives who have not yel. in en hear,I
e.l troop train left Milton shortly be-   trom-   "" seemed glad of the shelter
fore  live o'clock with six  eoa.hes,  all   "f  prl8on  walls.
occupied  by soldiers  conneotod    with , —	
-mm',
■«;;» -'-.-!-. i;.-;'..; ttii'y *."«$-    <J
tbe local militia—the Queen's Own
Rifles, Forty BHghtb Highlanders, Ro ;
Mil Grenadiers, Mississauga Horse,
Canadian Army Sorvice Corps and the
engineers. The soldiers on the lirst sec
tion of tin- train knew nothing of the
These Coats will lit girls from  I" i" I I years
Call in ar.d See the List of Goods We Are Offering
at such a Large Reduction in Price
{.mazes ikiiicai World     I
New York, Oct, 27—The world of es
perlmental medicine is humming with
;h.- announcement of the latest ii.a
j wreck until they reached Toronto! Tho covary of Dr,  Alexis Carrel,    of   the]
Up rial  train crash.-1   mt,, the engine  aocltteiler  |listitute fur Modlcal     Re
uf the Canadian  Pacific  express     for
search, aa announcement made
night before a deeply interested
to
as
Detroit, which was just moving from
sir.-,.is,ilie     Junction    .after talcing
water. semblage    ol    doctors,   the  members
It   was given  out  unofficially   Lhal ""'' guests ,,t New Yerk    Physicians'
the cause of tbe accident  was due t.o association.
th.. engineer of the troop train over '"'• Carrel has succeeded in separa-
runnlng    an   open switch, while the tln8 r,'""»    (l|e    body ami i.i iiii and
Chicago   express   was   at   a  standstill ncrwui-   syslem   ,,f   a   warm     blooded
GUNS
AMMUNITION
at Stroetsvllle Junction.
REID & YOUNG
iJKmrmix rvm
Ui CITY IN BRIEF
«4« 'VCJBHnmiVTna
Preser >'iN(i Season
Mi B.  '.-• •     M irris     av tl]   not  rt cf..
. a Sat trday, Nov. 2nd.
Hi ai   the  International    .1 iin , lunr -
lotto at  th    : rei   ytei ian    litucli    to-
•  • o'clock.
The   tV.C.T.U.   .vol   meet   on  Friday
nest at 3:30 p.m., In the home ol tit
.vest.
..:   .   Mrs.   V, hi.   I.i.iui.   ol   Birm -
ivi   ,u rived in the
. .   Kill   ,      .. . ,      in .. -hi
..-     -.   .   •.!.-■   Liuu.   are     t.
i .■ ... i .
i .ill rumors   re
tn.- . ■   thc  Nicola
mating only
coi  , ■   itors.     Ucsi
on sale at the
.' ...... ■'   delivery.
, . ;     .1 rtaining    pro-
.»   K-.iu | . or    uu- cele-
on .-:  n.i...mc .a i.y i iu  choir oi
.-?;. t'rancis church. Come  io the bt.
Francis Hall un the evening    of   the
Hist.    a.. ..i,  .:.:.tell.
to .i good
I    . i ..,   evening,
■  ;  presented,
-..: *as c-11 aim
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I uy tne au ...:. e,   i he
I thi . -      road.
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Foi Preserving Fruits we handle only the best. If you wish to procure such Iruits as cannot be I .iii'i either in quality or price, we
would advise you to place youi ordei with us. Wc will c.uuraiitee deliver) ui all orders Liken.
FRUIT JAR1S AND Ull.l.l.Ii.S
This season we are handling, the celebrated Mason b'ruitjnrs m Pints,
pilaris .iis! I i.ui tralluuti. These Jars require no couuneut. 'ihey are
pal t xcelleuce,
A. HOBSON,
wlacKenzie Avenue
..aaaaaKAaMOHlKKaWJl> aaaW^Xtaa1*m.-*laUXIIil El XK
UbJLULry
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real Ustuli is selling rapidlv,    \Vb>' n«'i pet in before .ii. the uiu at desir-
,ii ii residential l< ts are I ikeii up.
Last week wc made sevoral tfoori s il buyers and it will only be ;i
short time before these .it-- nre ..I! i lost 11 out,
Call at oui  oflice and Ret lull particulars,    .\i. our property  can be sold
i ., eas) terms.
Kootenay Jigencies, Limited
The funeral of Lawrence S. Mack.
son ui Mr. an.l Mis. James Mack ul
Now Westminster, took place irum tiie
family residence, 1007 Third av; ime.
■ ii : lit) ii.iii., Thursday, October 24th.
The Bcrvieu was conducted by Bev.
Mr. McKlnlcy and li.-v. Mr. Melvin
it tb,. house an.l by the l.o.U.K. ami
1 -im n. of K. 'l'. at iln- cemetery.
Tlie deceased was ,, I'.I'.It. conduc
lur at Revelstoko, where he was well
.m.I fnvorubly known, II.- was 2a
• ears   old,   an.l   was    num.UTie.I.       Hm
leaves ...    mourn bis loss his   latbei
an.l  ii,i,iln r,  t iu brothers ninl     four
sisters.  Among those  who umi.- pres
iiit in   ilie funeral      wen- his    uncles
lan.i  aunts,   Mr.   an.l   Mis.   Jenkins,  ol
I.,   elstoke;  Mr.   ami   Mrs,    Mni-Lcaii,
of Kamloops; Mr. and Mrs. s.    Law
i■ nee . .  vancouver; Mr. au.l Mrs. T,
Lawrence, uf Newport.  n.c.; Mr, anh
Mis. .1   a. unison uf New Weetrain-
st.-r. Mr. James Parslow, of Vancouver.
A  lur-jrc number oi    railroad    men
I r.s, in   (rom  New   ftestmlni in ,
Owing tu the clos : pri        I
Hevelstoke Call don an Socictj a dance
there will in1   no Revelstoke I u
i.m ■■ ;hi.- ovening.
Don I   forget   tbe   Revel    i
■ lull..I	
Hail  mi   lluns'lay,  ii. i.   ...-I,     whet
there  will   be I   i
!:'... '   f   ■      ll      ■      ■■
.apply   Ibe    musii
treat  tu all «I .. take .;  in.  tt .tl.
      •       • . Jobn
. l.   Ket r ,i- Ilo .i   mat i
...
iorget   the nighl
■Ml . .   .    M iM . ■■■ , ,
.it ii p.m.
\.   I irudj   I.t I.    v. ■..    .
1;  . :
t tb
, ■■.      ngagemet
■ ,
bere i
"nemife at tiis tn^press
i      man levelstoki
l-lnii ress th atre  l nve  completed    nt
..i Beat
animal, that animal's heart, stomach
liver, lutestines, kidneys, an.! bladder
au.l uf having these organs live and
tiinctionato undor his eyes fur ten
hours.
As the culmination of muny months
of progressive experiments Dr. Carrol
bad  before him In his laboratory     a
living "visceral beiug" living, though
totally sovered and apart from     the
brain  that was supposed  tu    ue    the
essential     Btlmulous of liie.     There,
nn.ler      the   very   eyes  ol   the   wonder
worker,  was nn annual's heart, beating -its   120   heats a  niiniit.!',   just      uBl
though nothing had happened; an animal's      stoma,-h     digesting   Ino.I   as
though lhe brain were In its scat, directing the whole operation; an unlin-.
nl's Intesblnes ami kidneys functional
Ing as though Un- surgeon's knife bad
never been near.   This was tlu. achievement -au entire Bystem of organs j
alive      out  Ide     the   body    an   animal
i.ui. .1 nn.l iis viscera living,
'I ii announcement ,,r tins recalled
tbe Btrlkiug sentence in Dr. Carrel's
, apt r ..a "Preservation ui Tissues,'
ami its application in Burgery," read
by hnn before tbc American Medical
asso iation in Juu:.. Th.- Bentonce
was :   --it n  wmi-m p.M.s.ni.. i,, trans i
the'
tissues ami organs wfliich compose tha
 ll   mto  other  Identical  organisms
We havo 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."
Reveistoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Rest, Hardware
Agents ft r Gurney Chancellor Ranges antl Minerva Paints
OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY. NOV. t VMI
THE BIGGKST SHOW EVER SEEN HERE
William A. Brady, Limited, Presents
New York's Greatest Comedy Success
Mr. mil  Mis,   T.J.  Trapp
Hates    i.n   Meu   .      ,.   tDe     ,.-,,,
Mel i
R.T   No. 31, C. I'.U.
Westminster, Div
;  I..  I-:..     Public
re,   Mi   an I   .Mrs.   |{ ..
Ml.   un.l   Mi   .   an.l
n and iir.
ornuer, Mr.
■
nd  Mrs, n.n
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Mrtcl.ean I It
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Vancouver and   Kevelstoke,    tin-.-,   ot
whom were pall-bearcrs   with tlueo ol   ?fanl  '""n^-ately   after    death
tue     Royal     I'ity lodge,  I. 0. 0. K.
Tbey   were   Mr.   Anton,   Mr.   H.   White,
.Mr. Dondeneau, Mr. s. Purvis, Mr. i'.
Purvis and .Mr. it. Player,
Among thc muny     beaatlful   lloral
irerei
Three Links—Royal Citj  lodge, No.
..   l.u.O.K.
Star-Naomi Rebekah lodge, No, il.  Iuillnce»lc"t lmplled.tl.at tbey   wouldl
I ii.l'l-'..   I: veUtokt. B8e  """  or**°* "f cireiil.ition  and  di-
C    i   i- li.     trainmen  ,.:     New  gMt,on "'  W("'k- M,,ll>' ol them luuk
v, stminster, Mr. ami Mrs. u.u. Ki- ]''' "'";".'.' M " ■st''1' in the prolonga-
BY GEORGE BROADHURST
..ii the constituent pa,,- ,)f »,,, bodj DIRECT FROM THE PLAY HOUSE,   NEW   YORK
no elemental dealb would   occur and, ,,„        ^ „,      -       r     _      c ... „
would continue to live." Where It Was Seen for One Solid Year
The  thing  tbat rlvetted   the  atton - „   „„    „„„a.^^a.
tion of every doctor there on Thins- ALL  STARj, CASTE CARLOAD OF   SCENERY
day night, was the promise the   an-j
tion of life.
Pricee, - $1.1, $1.00,75c.
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papes W'tlnci'Jays n->cl Sat-
urrtnyn. Apply Mail Horald
Offle
EajlEj iitili tapior,
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Bews' Duuo stork
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et Dttlcc Talcum, n       i     ';'... i
Cream ...
;.,        C lierrj  ( ougli S rup ic,
AU Rexal   :■  ; irationsguaranteed to| I ction
or -.our money will be- refunded,
bews THK REXALL STORE bews
IOR
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FALL UNDERWEAR
IHK
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Grant
Pall Rats, 'ill the latest shai
Suspendi
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson  Hah Foot-Ritr Shoes
«"■ '"nw
The opening up for settlement of land south.
The building of Mount Revelstoke Auto Road.
The possibility of Revelstoke-Portland Grain Route.
The Double-Tracking of the C. P. R.
The extension of the present C. P. R. Shops.
The erection of a New Tourist Hotel.
MEAN  MUCH FOR
evelstoke "The Capital of Canada's Alps"
Then' are many wise men in our city, who. in the last few weeks, looking to
the future and recognizing the fact that the many advantages tominij our
way will boost our city aa never before, have purchased local real estate while
the price was low, as it is at present. Many deals have been going on quietly
by those who are "in the know." Next vear Hevelstoke will make wonderful strides ahead.
Be a Wise Man and Buy Now
HERE'S A FEW GOOD ONES:
Three Lots, Each 25 x 100. in Block 9, on Campbell Ave., only   $1500
One Lot, 25 x 100, with Bmall shack, opposite Y. M. C. c/4       500
I-out acres, cleared and planted, with two good 7-Roomed houses, at
west end, a snap at       3000
Big House on 25 foot lot, McKenzie Ave,, close in, for   3600
House on 50 Fool Lot, Third Street, West, a bargain at    1275
WK  HAVE  HOUSES AT ALL PRICES
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Local Agency. American Casualty Co.
E. G  FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue

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