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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $10
Interior Pnbiisnmg Co., Agts.
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Come to lievelstoke Fall Fair, Oct. 8th, 9th, 10th
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The Mail-Herald
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PRINTERS AND PUHLlSWSiti.
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Vol. 18-No 66
REVELSTOKE. B. C. S&PT. 21, 1912
$2.00 Per Yea-
fr»
THE BURNTuC QUESTION
Will not enter into your calculations if you are
using one of our Coal Saving, HEAT PRODUCING, Durable Heating STOVES.
Our linethis 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, Iren
Heaters
Double Heaters
Electric Heat'rs
Stove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
Come when you can Ret a Rood ".election.
Steel Ranges-$45 to *S0.     Coal Stoves—$18.50 to $80.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.. LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
p oooooooooooooooooooooooo o
Imperial Bank of Canada £
Head Orf loo - Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -       6,460,00v,.00
Reserve        -      - ■                 6,460,000.00
Total Assets,       - -             $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agent* at all principal points in;Oana<la,
An-enta In Great Britain and fniicd States-London, Kngland.
Lloyds Bani, Limited. Chicago- Firit National Hank, OornBx.
change National Bank. Seattle-iSeattle National Bank, Si.i. Francisco- WellB Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—M*.. nam.-
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of tl and upward, received, and interest allowod oi
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh -A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
000000000000000000<><yOOOOOO
Ladies' Ready4cy Wear Hats
A shipment   just   to   hand.   Latest   Fall
Styles.     Your inspection invited.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
aBELL BLEND  TEA"
will relresli you wiih its bright, spicy
flavor anil IraRruucy. Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G.W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROOER & BAKER Phone No. 23
P10S-MER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds ot
Small ^Musical Goods
NEW BUILDING
FOR FALL FAIR
CRAIGELLACHIE CURRENTS
Exhibition of October 8th, 9th,   10th Will Be
Held in  New Structure I
Erection to Cost $10,000.
To the citizens of  Hevelstoke  who stoke Agricultural     Association     at
hns not been Watching with particular their grounds and in the orectlng and
Interest the recent Improvements and equipping of these buildings, i
.leielonnients at the Agricultural As
Mr, 0. Woods and Mr. F. Young,
of Hevelstoke, were week-end visitors
ai Craigellachie,
Mayor J. H. Johnson ot Malakwa,
anil  A.  S.  Aldet'ti. . lalgellgchle,
two crack sportsmen of the Garden of
Eden, have proposed a shooting par-
Held in  New Structure  Now  In Course of ty for   Thursday  next,  sept. 26th.
i i lends tako notice.
Mr. Llolieau of Taft, aud family huve
taken up a homestead at (Ji'aigellach-
i«. Mr. Bolieau has purchased from
Mr. Bulmer of Malakwa, a team and
(arm Implements and is building a
line residence with the object in view
ol showing the prosperity of this
beautiful  valley.
Mr. Maber, special agent for Dom -
minion Lauds and his party, were
of tomorrow, and not only the Kail looking over the lands of aquatters
Fair of 1912, but succeeding fairs will in this vicinity last Thursday, the
lind ln the new completed buildings a Bquatters are still wearing a smile
groundwork for their greater success, that wout rub off.
The Hevelstoke Fall Fair is an   oc- \
kind of day's work which lias   to    be
done,   ere   the  completed  schemes    of
soeiatlon grounds, a visit to the scene  tomorrow oan stan(1 ttB u solirt0     oI
of operations, where the big Fail Fair |„t,ie and satisfaction to the builders
is to be staged on the Sth, 9th and and the citizens of Hevelstoke. The
tfllh  of  Uctober,   will  prove   an      eye   labors of  today  bring forth tbe fruits
opener,
The average individual kuows of
course something ubout ihe Fair, he
has for instance     some hazy   notion
that it is to bc the biggest uud best , anion of increasing importance; every
event ever  pulled oil in     Hevelstoke; fruit tree  planted,  every acre cleared
maybe he has even waded through the within the wide district of which this
thirty page catalog, and taken stock city  is the population     and  business
of the varied uud valuable prizes put center,   will  add  to  that importance.
u]i for competition.   13ut this is   not lt is a healthy sign,  when thc Presi-
sutlicient; the real aspect ol the Fair dent and officials of our Agricultural
the  truth as to     what it means for Association,   show      a public  spirited
Divine service will be held at Oraig
ellachie ou Sunday next at 7 p. m.
Mr. Stephenson of Kevelstoke, will
conduct the service.
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BOURNE BROS,. LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
The Game Season will be here Next
Week. How About Your Firearms and
Ammunition.
A choice liue of these goods now on show, im Isoi ill the
best makes.
SHOT GUNS    Singls and double bam!.
RIFLES    Large aiid small Game Ridcs-in all tl U] to-date
Calibres.
Shooting Coats, Cartridge Pelts, Gun Covers etc.
Tbe lirst carload of vegetables were
slapped last week from Malakwa
Farms, Ltd. Mr. McDonald, tho local  manager,  prides  himself  on hav -
Kevelstoke  and  how  the  results    are   recognition of the burdens which    the   in« the Uaesl lield oI celcl'y cVer seen
being     achieved, cannot     be grasped   development of this district is forcii...   iu B-c->  yielding about seven tons to
TIME TO BUY  HEATERS    Wean   agents  tor   McClar)     unions
Stoves an.l   Ranges.   See  out   line   of up-to-date   beating
stoves now on -diow.
GROCERIES    Choice Groceries,  Fruits.  Vegetables,   Iresh   Routed
Coffees, Tetley's Teas, Hay, Flour, Poultrj su] pliet
AGENTS FOR Sherwin-Williams' taints, Oils, Varnishes, Canadian
Oil Co , Ltd., Gasoline and Oil.
PLUMBING       HEATING       TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke.    Telephone No, 22
a __ n
'ing
Lacrosse
from the printed word, uu optical de- upon them, and by thc planning     ol   the     ucre'    visitora     tu    tbiB vulley
moustratiou is necessary. these  schemes,   the  constant  advance   would  do wel1 to see thie aeld'    and
With the object of providing such a and      improvement in  the exhibition   niake  l"'  their minds to sUy '" tbl8
demonstration,   acting  on  the   motto grounds and buildings, do their share   moal furred spot, the land of     the
that "seeing ,s believing," a party of in preparing for the not distant 'date   ''ig Ied at)P1•■
prominent  citizens,  were  extended an When the development oi the agricul-
invitation from President McRae and tural resources of the Revelstoke, Ar-1
the Association Executive, to take a row lakes, and Big Bend districts will
motor trip down to the fair grounds force the  Revelstoke Fall     Fair and I
and view for themselves what is being Exhibition,     into    the front    as the '
accomplished   in  the  matter  of  "pre- greatest   bonulide  gathering  of  agri-
paring for thc Fall Fair." culturists,  exhibitors  and  sportsmen,
The     journey from     town to     the held  throughout the year in the en-'
grounds, does not give one much time tire province of British Columbia.      I
to View the scenery, but the ease with \
which the distance of IJ  miles is negotiated,  over  splendid  roads,  direct
from the center of the city, und skirt
ing the Columbia river,   lupresses ihe
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Everything is now being cleaued up
Revelstoke spoilsmen will have au
opportunity of seeing some tirst class
larrosse on Tuesday, Septembei' Mill,
when the C.N.R. Winnipeg lacrosse
team, champions of Manitoba, who
are on the rcturu trip from Vancouver, where they have beeu playing against the V.A.C. and other amateur
teams, will meet a picked team of
Revelstoke city, at 4 p.m. on the
Recreation  Park grounds.
The Revelstoke line up will be chos
en     from;—A. Woodland,  J. Duncan,
visitor     with   a sense  of accesibility   ulld  P"1 '» sljape for  the Fall  work.
which is one of thc great advantages   8onM uf Ue features to bo pulled oil'
of th, exhibition site.     The entrance   "l the V this season are; |H_  j,^..^ A    mmw< j   Rug8eU
gate of the ground!.,  is reached in    a ,    Educational classes-Subjects,  Book  n   QMMt Don   QM/Ui T   Woodland,
lew minutes from nny portion of the , keeping,      penmanship,       arithmetic,   H   UurridgCi K   i.ettipiccc, B. Dickey
city, or from thc C.P.Ry. station and   shorthand      und   typewriting.   Kight   u.   u^ey   ^
the  exhibition   buildings,   race  track,   studeuta are reiiuired for each subject   jjn]
athletic grouuds and grand stand are to  carry   the      work  ou  successfully
tliui brought within easy walking re- Class sessious aud class lee will     be
ach of everyone, whilst being just suf announced luter.
tlciently  removed from  the center    of:     Every working boy should avail him
town, to enable the onturnl beauty of Mil of this opportunity of learning ns
the grounds to be appreciated     and class fees will be arranged so us   to
preserved! enable    every    boy    to     participate.
Gordon,  F.  Lyttle,  E.
ice, H.  Cook,  J. Lawrence.
A big attendance of spectators
expected.
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
','iiiimiii'H, make Mair 1h'im1,|u. ni t» bin    QnlcV servae.   PerfectCleanlineti
aud Reasonable Prices,    Olve Ui » Trial.    "Wi Never Bleep."
^V. G. TlUAIilSON,     -      Manager
The tap ol the carpenters hammer,
and the music of the rip saw, attracted our attention as soon as we pass
cl through the gates, and the motor
car stopped directly in front of the
permanent exhibition building now In
process   of  erection,   to   be  completed
in good time for the forthcoming fair
Contractor O. W. Abrahamson is in
charge ol the work, being done by
day labor, and he very kin.liv show..,)
us round  the new structure.
Standing some eighty feet from the
entrance roadway, Hanked on the left
front hy the grand stand some bun -
died yards away. giving ample ti mi
age and approach, the new building,
even In an Incomplete state, presents
a solid striking appearance. Built on
cement foundations, tbc central build
ing will Comprl e a hall, BO feet long
by 86 l'i, t broad, two stories, aud
with u scenic gallery and two wide
stairways leading from tbe ground to
the second lloor. The plans were pre
pared l.y \ichitect Wallace, with especially in mind the object Ior which
the building will be used, und with a
view to future expansion. The work
in the present itagee ol coustruction
is Pure to inspection, and tbe most
cursory examination shows that in
the vital factors of material and
Workmanship, the building when completed, will be a solid and permanent
structure. It is supported by 12x12
tit poHts or rather columns, the m-
side is to be lini-la-d in til, ulld tbe
outside will be of selected, cednr. The
bu.bbng will Ik: crowned with a cupulo, arranged to give the maximum
ol light und ventilation, the cost ot
the present work li estimated at $C,-
000. ol wbich (2,500 has been donated
hy tho government, the balance being
provided BJ tlie Agricultural Association and their friends. Thc whole
Kbeme of building includes the provision ot two wings to thc existing
building, and when finally complete
will provide un exhibition building
Meood. to none in the Interior ol B.
'" . at an expen lit ire of not less than
111,000.   Close  to new  structure
is the *pcond  Agr.riiltural  hall, built
' '. baring ben moved back from
the old  site  in  order  to line up with
the   pew   work,   and   provide  a belter
ipi row b from tbi  groundi.
in a '. lltioa to thi I nil ling lUell coo
ible  Improvement!  have     iioen
made to tb   track and lurroundlngi.
I   Md bai been    cleared,   unsightly
stumps,  etc.,  removed  Bml space  pro-
I'ded for a pa.block. ea«ily ICCMWbU
to the grand stand und welgh-
Lni tn tent.
Rome was not built in a day,   but
the work being done by tbe    Rcvil-
Successful Flight
Hamburg, Sept. 20—The Zeppelin
dirigible balloon Huns, made an overseas  voyage to  Denmark  and Bwed-
Knowledge is power. What better wuy
could you speud your leisure hours
thau by equipping yourself for the ou yesterday, visiting the Danish cap-
future, nal and Malino, a Swedish naval port
The circulating library iu connect - which included a lauding at Copen-
i"ii   with  the  Association   will   be  op-   hagen for luncheon.
ened In a few days.     Mel irshlp leei    rlie fusU.st tmiu between Hamburg
to library oue dollar, and same will and Copenhagen runs the distance In
be given back to member when he mUl. holirs. German military experts
discontinue!. I point out that  the      voyage  was far
Mr. J.M. Patterson, chairman of the more   difficult   than a flight     from
Educational department, will have tbe' Cologne to London,
names oi  suggested  bookB which can |    London,  Sept. 20—The Daily    Mail,
Copenhagen correspondent says:
"The sudden appearance of the
German Zeppelin airship il.niza in
midst ol  the    British Warships     an-
be donated by member! or othei s,
published in a few duys. The hlduca-
tlonal Committee reserves the light
us to what  books shall be circulated.
Mr, Alfred Tapping has been     ap-'chored  here, caused great oxeltement
pointed    Librarian.   Hours for those [The airship bad Mown from Hamburg
books      will   lie   announced
ip
187 miles distant, iiii,ler lbe cotnmuud
ol 0 t Zeppelin.
"The   British   ves..is   WON  lhe  bat -
tleshlp Lion and the remainder ot the
tirst cruiser squadron. The slops
were full ol vi itore when the Hania
was seen approaching Irom the south
west at 11 In the morning, The airship a'iih visible all over llie town und
in thu Uru Souud, where the Hussiaia
Hoyul yachts are lying near tho warships, yuccu Alexandra and Empress
Mane both took photograph! ol the
airship  from the yacht's dock.
changing
later.
Physical Director Qlflord is busy
getting a schedule unuuged so aB to
make it possible for meu In all walks
of  life to enjoy the gym  work.
I luss tor railroad men bus been arranged (or every afternoon, except
Baturday, from 'It'll) to 1:30, Hit tli-
ball and get into the game.
Gymnasium classes will re-open ou
September 2Ulh, gut enrolled   now.
Bowling alleys will be opened Mon
day evening next, Sept, 2;ird, at ti-20
tbe alleys have been levelled and polished, tbe auditorium paiutt-d alirt
lighted so as to make it attractive
and enjoyable under good supervision
Make sure that you have a member -
ship ticket, as only members can participate in the gutiies of the Association.
Special  meeting of the  Social    and
Entertainment Committee  will be held
Tuesday evening next in tbo Heading j Hy., of the same city.
room.   Let us plan for big things. 'i'ho  bride, looking charming
Information regarding auy of
activities of  tbe Association  will
Wedoiiig Belis
A very pretty wedding wan celebrated at tht; residence ol Mr. H. Davis,
Big Eddy, on Wednesday evening last
at 7 p. in. The contracting parties
were Miss Blanche Davis ol Ituvul -
stoke, and Mr.  Bert Neil of  the C.P.
iu
gladly   giyin,   by
ollice or ph, n
applying  at
Valued at $1.00 Each
-In uwurding
Mie  cream  salin dress,   with a Uecklace  ol
lie I pearls,   was  giveu uway  by   her  fath-
ln0'cr. Lohengrens Wedding March being
playud by Mis. 10. Davis. Mr. H.
Mclntyre was groomsman, Hiss Kthul
Mclntyre currying a bonnet of white
lillies acted as bridesmaid. The ceremony was performed by Hev. H. .1.
Mclntyre, uncle of thn bride, in the
number of     intimate
Los Angeles, sept, id
iilX) damages  to     Rev.  A.  Fibelkoru ' presence ul
Ior tbe loss of     his truuk while    eu friends.
route  from  Oregon  via  the  Southern      Tbe  house  was elaborately  docoral-
Paclflc Kuilwny, the Superior Court, ed for tb icaslon, und the numer •
in a decision on Bl« today, Bled the oun and costly preeontl received were
vulue of :)12 sermons forming part ol ample evidence ol the esteem In which
lbe contents at 1312. Ithe young eoiipb   are held by a    very
Ilev. Mr. Fibclkotn aaid that while large circle of friends.
$1 each might represent the court's' The honeymoon will bc spent In a
ideu of the value of the sermons, he tour ol Edmonton aud other prairie
himself placed a much higher Intrinsic cities, alter which they will be at
as well as sentimental value upon homo to their Irlends ut tho residence
tbem.   He asked »»oo. on Fourth street, Hevelstoke,
ORDER PEACHES NOW
Free Stone Peaches, per box      $1.00
Crab Apples (Siberian; per box     S1.75
Pears, per box     $2.00
Watermelon, according to cut, at per lb.     5c, Gc. or 7c
Shipments of Groceries and Fruits arriving daily
John McIntyre & Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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Talking About New Styles g
ami good values ■" Suiis
for young men, you should
■e*s ilu- elcgaut
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
We ..re sell :
$25.00 $27.50 and $30.00
also iln lu .;i'vt mi'! finest
show ing "i Meu - Clothes
in Tweeds and Worsteds si
FROM  $17.00   TO   $30.00
We particularly invite iou
tu ice the
Special BLUE SERGE SUITS
At $25.00 und $30 00
J McRae Mercantile Co.
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ALL THE   TIiyCE 1
ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES     \
BEST ON   EARTH
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CT. G-TT1T BAEBEE \
C. P. U. WATCH inspector; £
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THE  ^^IIL-SIEIR^LIX  IRIE'VEJLSTOIKZE
SATURDAY, SErTEMBRU 21, V.li'l
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lfC0AL   COAL   COAL
Better Go BacK
Change Needed
Rioting in Belfast
Under
' tu Cain
Winter will here and w
paaed to bu] ply your requirenn n
kind of coal,   <live ynur order eai ,.
UANKHEAD COAL
Ily pre-
es with atn
Broken
Et -
St ■
$10.5(1 per ton
10.50 per ton
10.50 per ton
8,75 per ton
Briquettes
LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL SOFT COAL
\.    d clean burning coal 9.50 per ton
SoftCoal 11.00 per ton
;   SURE AND OKDEK EARLY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
ild
tllM
the
headline  "Better Qo Bach      London,     Sept.  17—Tho Times,    in
" the Sydney Morning Her   view  ol tho  deterioration  which    has
ntalna the lollowing nccouut  ol   taken   placo   In   tho   telephone  service
aome  alleged  misadventures    oi    tho alnco it  came under govornmont  i
Vancouvei  cadets in Australia. "'nl, atlvooalcs the   abolition ol
"|l   iv,,.  „\|immIm,I   by   thoso   win,  ur    "Hire ol  postlliastei  Mineral    and
gauiaed  the tour ol  the Canadian cu    suhstltution ul it   huaril ul dlrocturt
doth thai  their     visit   tu     Australia   with a norinanent clinlrmaii.
wi,nui provoke  pi,pular     enthusiasm, ;    It Is argued thut the     postinuster
innl  iIi.-n   would  rocoivc rousing    wel   general cannot  m.i imt tho details  ol   n()llges mre i,„,t,,i  i,y  tall-oiidors
oincs, and ho feted    whorover     thoy  such avast concern during' tho life uf  ,IM purticulur. politics
went, thai tho public would puck tho  ii single government,   and, moreover,
concert halls aud sports grounds whon  regurds the ofllce merely as a   .step
they gave their entertainments,    that  '""« BtoM u> Promotion in the cab
inet.
they would be granted free pusses ou ■    ^ ^ ^ ^  wi(h n „,„,,„„„,„
truiiiB and  trains, and generally     bo chairman  there  Bhould    nlso  be,    as
given a royul time.  Bul  tor some re colleagues, u director ol posts and u
asou—due probably to faulty business ,Hreetor ol telegraphs, thoso to be as-
inauagenii nl   none ol    these     things s;stoii  by  BVe    business   men,     who
have  happened,   mid   uot  unnaturally Buould  receive    substantial  directors'
thevlsltors uro Itcoulj  disappointed. [,,eSi an(j vvho should be summoned to i
Captain  Uuvoy,    tho    ollicor   cum- fortnightly meetings,
mandltvg   the  i ipuuy  describes then' 	
Belfast, Ireland, Sept. 19— From
early last evening iill nearly daylight
I n luy llcrco rlol Ing raged through
thii city, \ Iree light between homo
ami iini i homo rulers began the
outbreak. Members ol the various
I talunlsl clubs marched the Btreets
tnlb,w,-il by n crowd ul uoodlumB and
supporter! who smashed windows oi
nationalist homes and churches with
out   compunction.       Several     business
il
We're ready for every
demand for fall suits.
Ci c flfoaiMberalfc
.'. EDXESDAH  AND
SlTUiUiiV   AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
jntevioc ipubiBbmo ilompanB,
Umttotl
.1.  K. JOHNSON, Manager.
UAI.I'M  fi.   BCRUTON,   Kditor.
Several charges by tho polico nnd
many broken heads were nocoBsary
Ixsforo tho mob was dispersed. This
morning tbu city is quletor,
Today's anti-home  rule, domonslra-,
lion is being held at Liicburn, County
Down  and   big ro Inforcomonts  of  tho
Royal Irish constabulary have     ben
smiii  ihere in oxpoctai ion ol trouble-
licceptioii as "u real Ireezer."
work  wbich has characterized the pro     i.^e ,,,,.| wc havo been slighted," bo
c«edings connected with  the tour   of.Bft^  [a8j   evening.     "The    Canadian I
the  Vancouver Cadets,  should     open  Beopie  lvon■,   understand  thia  treat-1
thi   eyes of the average Canadian to   ment  .Ul,i   iUev   will  wonder  if  there
the     iiinnner    In    winch  he  is being jS al,ytuing wrong with the hoys   or
[oole I.
liie iiitl Homestead
M •.      _"..
-ATT'l'.IiW      SKPTKMKKR 21,  IH12
upel
invaded
"The  Old   Hi stoad"   will
rank umuiig the great plays ol tho
Vmerican Btnge, oven aftei it lias
ceased to lie presented and lingers
only in memory, it lms nu plot, nu
high Mown dialogue, no rolling per-
ious   tli.se  me  all   lacking,     What   it
with mo.     We treated tho Australian!
boys   who   visited   us   ill  nvery   dill'er- !
enl   fashion."
Ono ol  thc cadets writing home  by
,„.      ' a letter  which  reached  Vancouver tn-'
duy Ba)
very  little
I. C. fall Fairs tor IM
Kamloops, Sept. is, 19, 20
Vernou, Fruit, October 22, -1.
Vernon, Horse Show Oct. :i, i.
Nicola, Sept. 25.
elowna, Sept.  26, 27.
Salmon Arm,  Sept. 27, 28.
Penticton, Sept. 2S.
Now   Westminster,  Oct,   1   to 5.
Arrow  Lakes,  Ocl.  4,  5.
Kevelstuke, Oct. 8. 8, 10.
Armstrong,  Oct.   16,  17.
Summerland, Oct. ;:ti, 31, Nov. i.
IN  THE MATTER Ol' THE
SAWMILLS   ANU   LUMBER
LIMITED.
successfully  purpoi ts  to   ■■■  Is a cuar
iv
'     ,:' :'"' neter study, with plenty ut lighl uud
 " :'' •'■ ""' """ shade; tntiigui   ,.- wanting,  but in its  r'"'
•      •■        ' '     '':-':  '■"'' ;,!.„■,  is an exijun iti   tepreseniation ol
ei        ■   ■•■       '■■        '"Ui;"  ""     '''■ uonesl   tnotivi  ,   Thi   present   is    the
miu     in ...    '■ mm    we shall  have ^^ ^      Uenmml ,,,,„,
....   niinihel     ol   -ti.o,.' i    ,    .  ii   like  a   bunch   oi   hall starve.I
'lliomnsuu s [unions  play   uud  it  Will    , ..... ...
.itijiir   the  ci nw-iit.oii-   uud   tue
Surprised at Prosperity
Fall
i .
Iui, '.  i"  lake   place
lionesl   tnotivi  .
i .veiitj   ovi mi b
i hompsou's [anions  play   ui
,imn,ti.s.-, (;,, on fur many  uiobb years
"Wo haven'l bad but
i■ in., to ourselves und the kids are all
getting disgusted. Don't he surprised
af anything yuu see or hear ahout
us, as we are about as disgusted as
WO can be. Tho tour i- n [allure nnd
It would be better for us and better
everyone if we turned the bow
buck to Vaucouver.
"The kids are out -
a hockey match tonight an,! they look  land  owner  lo  the  Kootenays,  cam,
Pikers   via   the   Arrow   lakes,   in  order   to se,
doing It.   We haven't, been advertised   the country and travel over the seen
Mr.  Vi.  Stark nf Crenton,  D.C,  was
,i  visitor   to  tbe      Mail-Herald    office
ui; tickets for  this week.   Mr. Stark, who i- a largo
Notice is heteby given tli.it a meeting of the Creditors of Dominion Saw
mills uud Lumber Limited, will be
held iit. the Office of Davis, Marshall
Macneill & Pugh, 615, Hastings
Street In the City ol Vancouver, oil
Monday the 30th day of September,
1912, at the hour of three o'clock In
the atternoon.
Dated   tliis  9th   day   of   September,
1912.
Davis,   Marshall,   Macneill   &  Pugh,
Vnncouver,   B.C.
Solicitors tor dames ll. Stephen*,
Llquidatot.
1st  issue   Sep. 21,  2t.
Here are the
Suits that well
dressed men
are wearing
this fall.
Here the  new
fall  Suits that
vou will be
proud   to wear
on all
occasions.      643
Made by the
founder in
Canada of
highest grade
hand tailored
garments   who
specialize on
artistic
tailoring.
Let us show
you these Suits.
      WM
McKlNNON rV SUTHERLAND
PIANO  LESSONS
delighting  tbcatregoei    all   over    the
• untry.   There is scarcely  u citj lar
or     smnll  ill  the country,
• 1"   has   not   been
ll u   Hi   ul      tictoi •■!
',!.'- ul     H ■ elsti i.
       tb    pleusur. .  on  innuiiier iitphe  ()|(|   H|)mcs|
reeling     strauge ^^    T|)
lagninccnt sweep h)in.Jg a|>d (Jru(;e    elmn.h    dul„.     ,s
oi  tbi      in :  • ik        ■ •■■', .,,,,  t|u. muslCtti feature of the pro
.tatiou aud Mounl   itevelstoke at  one Juct|on      UpcrB  lu,uril.    KriuaJ   s,,|lt
7th,
lor the game und we haven't     even   ic route through  the mountains
had a story in any papers before   we   tho Mast and Europe.
Professor a.  DoPeo, of  Revelatoke,
to   intends to start, piano lessons on the
11st of September.
vU ,,.  arrived.  There  is aboul   live  hundred      Ho was greatly surprised at  the de-1   This year thu teacher    wlll prepare
lose  somewhere.     You can't   velopmenl  along tho lakes, compared  « th  special  care  a class of     young
FULL  LINE  OF  GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also cany a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before  purchasing.
I   11..m. -;,,i,i      litis   uoi   in-.1 ii • i
. « ....   "in ..nf bow rottenly wo are managed   with Ins last  irip somo two yearn ago ipuplls for the McGill Oonservatorlura  j
.   !: my lather hadn't signed that docu    and whilst  be could uol bc persuaded   ,,i Music of Montreal.   All the official   I
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and 8hon Repairers, SnUUluro Harness Mi.kcrs
_l
-    quaint      I
to th- city  jail, then round    he coi n
■.   past   ■■■:. r     i um   Joni s  used      io
to the nous,'
two  tl ■ ■ -  .:.   llie     garden,  i tc,
.  .• :   w.tb   vigor  lor
the  . trangi c  within
gates.
Eteveli    ike as   .     city
iut i   :    - ii bta   ,i ill  continue  to    re
W llll
tue
uuiiiKiiiiWu num biy farsiie
Winnipeg, Sept.  i-    l ti
our   .,.  ih,- Oddlellows convention here to
day  w.is tii ■ monster  pai adi     with U
took  iiIucm iu glorious  went ti. r.  It  is
men!  giving Captain  Davcy the pow- to admit that our end ol the Koote     books     containing     the studies and
er ui guardian, you, wouldn't  st mo nays has    anything on thc part     in   pieces required  for  tho examinations
In this bunch ,,f 'Ki.lets' as the Syd- which he make* his home, he express    will be gotten :rom the general   sec-
t] i Truth called us. ,,,! lis ndmiration ol tho beautiful sur  retary ol McGill University.
"One of the boys wanted money yes roundinga ol  the   Revelstoke     town       Those who are willing to take     up
1 iluy tu get medicine,     bui  wc did site,     and    the   substantial business! the course may call at the teacher's
il  have a ivtu and he bad to   wall blocks and  homes which ho regarded   residence at tho corner ol Becond St.
' II    sum,'     money came In from the ,,* evidences of tho prosperity of our and Railway Ave.   Phone No. lal.
'■ ol  tickets." .ti.-etis.                                                         '1st issue Sept. Tth
estimated   tll.it       UtlOUl    tell   thousand
gard   ...    ,'■,'-   -■■ an   tudergrown vil members ul the ordei   walked iu   the
..:..,-.   8 the mutter  with the procession  witb about  thirty    bauds
Citj  , , .:.-... tbut t..'          ,    ■■ * nii* representative ol all parts ot thi
I tate of  ailiurs tiueut
rnxr^rHtissaaiiXAii.
still  leave  the citj   us regards     tbis
rtuut  mutte ,  in the present  unsatisfactory  condition.
i i  . ., ■ ■
. • i   i • - ■ ni i' its    bj
let , ty nov  tour
ing t i hat
-.     mm (i i,.it   ol   a tiz
-   do       nut
tli  thc  parUi ului
they
'■
'
Lbe  ; i t   thut   aume
.
al       ■    li
bi ngs    up
..- I I      I
i .. a   and thn •
e an i
■
In    ' ,'....  ..... :
■
, .- . .   1
ilil     ei-  at Ma
. •      ■
■
Headed by tbe patrlaicbs' militant
they imidc ninl,' sbowiug uud tbu lu
cm lodges ami those num western
Uanada which were well represented,
were loudly chel rt
who lined the route of tl
The  band    fi   the     United  States.
with u
them i ui lai k tbi
Btars  and  strip,,-, and t
.    -   brought   forth   many      i.
the pi i t!
Inn-
the  r.ty  tu  Lo
iuu mid tbe streets wen     tsj al
oven
ordei
Monday Night Next, Sept. 23rd
LITT & DINGWALL'S Production of the Most
Popular American Play Ever Written
A Hiring, Picturesque Bnd Romantic
Story of Kentucky tils
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities in the following countries issued without
delay:
Africa
ArnbiH
ArKcnt.no Republic
Armc nm
Australia
AiiKiriii-Hunuary
Belgium
Bra/il
Uulu.irin
Ceylon
Chill
China
Miicotlonia
Malta
Munchnrln
Mexico
Now Senium!
Norwiiy
Fiitinn.«
Persia
Pei u
Philippine Uliii.tlH
Pol HI.ll
Portu«nl
RouiiKinin
Cuba
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
Formosa
France
Germany
Drew s
Hoi 1 mul
Ic rl nnd
India
Italy
   ^^^^M 	
These drafts can be drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
according to the money of the country in which they
RiubIb
Bervla
Slum
Siberia
South Africa
Spain
Strait* Settlements
Sweden
Switierland
Syria _
Turlicy o.i
United States
Wf»l lndit-h, etc.
tae Is. roubles, etc    „
are payable. This enable! the payee to obtain the exact amount intended
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH--F. M. GIBSON. MGR
Nakusp Branch, H, i,. Rothwkli., Manager.
i trice is Assured
'    ( ojiJ
.    ■
■■.-'.
■
■
-. ..        ...    i
... in     rfwttzi
The SpritPfl and
Exci my Horse Race
the Famous K^tucky
Thorouthii'Pri Queen Bess
Thn RalltCkini) Fun of  he
table Pickaninnies
■   pari
(ji.iij ,i dol
;'e .u  tbi
■
Vi.
'hu individuals who n .
■nm}  ■ I  iralkii . profit!
■lonal collettow,  |>ra i
, :.i,t    u   ii inlet
the j i anadn  la  the dl
ul In., ui,l     Iimi
'i   , ,; Lhal     rn,iim ol     the<
. '.< i  til I anj thing     r tbt  Bm
i it, i. pt I bi II  I" 10
'■h.   Th,    ubjoct  i>l     "i.n'
I i, nil}-  aD      ineihiititililc
lol   tin' da *
.    _ iit    tin cuarse
ont to ii'-iii i -
M
Ijcod  ,ji  Koine laying  befort
tiiici  .in ; ;,,'• . i,  i,
iln- negoblal Ion
li •. .it,     :.. i ■
dared thai thc all
■in,i .ii tbi  i'.u■   i
hi I un   Lint ..'il.l.v   .,
hm re inm i\,   Hi   dtollnc I
le 8 to ' - rein    thej        ■■
faulty.
Thc ijiKMtii'i) ill loverelpit!     □   I
Tripoli  und      CjrnDtliOa wjciii    •
tbe cliicl Diuiiiidiuf block.
JUST   OPENED J
S THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE »
A New Short Order Keataurant antl Eating House        se
*   M
Only  White   Cooks   Employed        ^
I
t
I
Have hail 15 years experience as a caterer
Regular $5.25 Medl Ticket lor live Dollars.
*
_ J. Pappos and J. Giitsas, nupnviuid a
Sk l¥laot\ejn«l« Avenue, Kevelstoke, B, C
Proprietors %
it
6 •■• KENTUCKY THOROUGHBRED HORSES - 6
THE FAMOUS PICKANINNY BRASS BAND
Prices,
75c., $1.00, $1.50
Will IE MAK DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
MA .vi, MAU.  M 1..1MKKS
SAIUNU hVHKY SATt'kUAY    .Md.N'l Kl-.AI,, i.jl bBEC, UVHRFOOL
I.m m»i .n,,i 1 hum hltmiii'ik iuui i inini la- inm  11 tn  Hay* nt btu
.vni   in|l,  bcicw .New Twin bcrew
S. b. Laiklin i iC   lo.ouo Tons   S. S. MtbANTIC
bulls bept. 2.6. Uct. \i and 'Ifi. Hov. ') and li
talecttic laliivntorB, litectric lu.ttirs, Bkillecl Orclieatra, Wlrcltii and Deep
bca bignallinu Apparatus.
Comfort at Mudcrak' Kates by Excellent One-Clasi I.II) Cabin Service
S.h. twin bcrew tluiONIO S.S. Twiu-lkrew CANADA
■    led lutiK,    lb,Ui»U li. p, s'..i leet lout;
Sails Oct. 'o, nov. Znd. and 30th .        Uct. lb, Nov. 16
Company'* Oflice, Kootu "l."   Bailey   Building,  Second Mid Cherry
.   Mi , It,    OL'illlk'.
A. G.  bROtiKLK,  Agent Canadian Faiific Railway, Rivelstcke, B.C.
EYE   MIGHT
In Kt'Uinn your eyes suited, demand ability, reliability and
above Bit, demand experience. Having made arrangements with the Taube Optical Company, oi Calgary and
Vancouver, to have have Dr. S. L. Taube, Eyesight Specialist ul the Taube Optical Co-, who has had 12 yearB experience in the profession, to visit Diamond Hall regularly.
U'there is anything wrong with your eyesight, don't fail
to consult him. All work absolutely guaranteed to suit aB
tested.   WILL Bt AI DIAMOND HALL ON StFT. 21th and 25th.
I)
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"/ SATURDAY, SRPTEMBER 21, 1912
THE nVC^IL-HEn^lLX),   REVELBTOKE
SATURDAY,  PEPTEMnKR2l, 1912
1
BUILD IP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
wai
GET
AT HOME
WE PRINT
__      WaK
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MIKING
KEGULtYUUNS.
Coal mining rlghta ol tho Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
berta, the Yukon Territory, lhe
North-west Territories and in a portion ol the Province ol British Columbia, muy he loused lor u term ol
twenty-one years at un uuuuul rental ol tl an uere. Not more than
2,66X1 ucres will bo 1'juboiI to one applicant.
Applieatiou lor louse must bo mude
hy the applicant iu person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of tho district
in which the rights upplied lor nre
situated,
lu surveyed territory the innil must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-divisiotis of sections, uud iu un-
surveyed territory the t. uct applied
lol' shall be st aked out My tlio up -
plicant  bimsell.
hlach applicant ovist be accompanied by a tee ol $5 which will be re-
tunded il the rights applied lor ure
uot uvuilulile, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ol lhe mine ut tho
rate ol live cents per ton.
The person operating tbe mine shall
furnish ttie Agent with swoiu returns
accounting tor the full quantity of
mcrchautuble coul mined and pay the
royulty thereon. II the coul miuiug
rights are not being operated, sucu
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
Tbe lease will include the coal mining rights ouly, but the lessee muy
be permitted to purchuse whatever
available surface rights muy be considered necessary for the working ol
tbo mine at the rate of $10.01) an
acre.
Kor full information application
should be made to the Secretury of
the Department ol the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. Vi. CORY,
Deputy Minister ol the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication    of
this advertWuiout  will  not   be paid
lor.
mtm-t"
Department ol' Militia anil Defence
New Drill Hall at Vernon, B. C
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed Tenders marked on envelopu
Tenders tor Construction ol New
Drill Hall, Vernon, ll. 0." und ad
dressed to tbe Director of Oontrauts
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, will ho received until noon,
1st October, 1912, tor t.he construction
ol u New  Drill  Hall  at  Vernon,  B.C.
Specifications may bo seen and lull
particulars obtained at the otlice of
the DiBtrict Officer Commanding Mil
itary District No. ll. Victoria, B.C.,
the Ollicos of the Town  Clerk, Vet non
U.C., the    Officer commanding   Both
Dritish   Columbia   Horse,   Vernon,   11.
c, ami the Director ol Engineer Sei
vices, Headquarters, Ottawa.
Tenders must bc made on the form
supplied by the Department and ac
eoinpaiiied by an accepted cheque on
a Canadian Chartered Hunk, for ten
per cent UO p.c.) of tho amount ol
the tender, payable to the order of
the Honourable the Minister of Militia and Defence which amount will be
forfeited if tbe purty tendering declines to enter into or fails to complete the contract in accordance with
his tender.
The Department does not bind it -
Bell to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE  KISKT,  Colonel,
Deputy   Minister.
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa,  August 30,  1912.
Newspapers will not be puid if this
advertisement is inserted without authority from the Department.
Kirst  issue Sept, 11
SUNSHINE
FURNACE
W*1J
Guaranteed
by  McClary's   to
save fuel—to cut out
dust, fuss and bother
and   to   hunt   your  house
evenly and comfortably
in the coldest weather.   We
guarantee   the   "Sunshine"
l-'urnace to save enough to
, pay  for   itself   quicker
,than  any  othe
L furnace you can
b ti y
McClary's
Sold by Bourne Bros.
Army May Revolt
Lumb
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms Ball Programs
Wedding Sttaionery Memoriam
Cards •■ Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc
NOTICK
Hevelstoke Lund DiBtrict.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Michael Grady,
ol St. Leon, B.C., occupation, hotel
keeper, intends to apply for permis -
sion to purchase the following described lunds.
Commencing at a post planted at
the North West Corner of Lot 11311,
thence east 20 cbains, ihence uorth
M chains, thence east 10 cbains,
thence north 40 cbains, thence west
to bank of Hnllway Creek, thence fol
lowing bank south to point of commencement, containing liu acres,
more or less.
Dated August 3rd, 1912.
MICHAEL   GRiliV.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING.   Agent.
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Reveletoke, B. C
beforeibuyinK yonr outfit of working clothes
lor the'bush. I make •
specialty of Loj;i;tni:
Shoes, 1'auts, Sox, Shirts
blankets and everything
rMinirril in vour busine..
London,     Bept.    18—A  remarkable
Btory eome- from Belfast that before
emtarking on the preseut     campaign
I   Home  lulls the leaders    had
received  the    assurance    tl.at in tbe
event of Home  Ruie biing l ressed to
its  final  stage  a certain  number      r.f
arm;     officers     representing     every
branch ol the   erv.ee would throw iu
their lot  with the t'lster ueu.
The lisl  is  said to include many ol-
:  .-ii  rank   with 26 11 lonels
j and lieutenant-colonels, 43 male's, 6a
capta itenants and -*.>  men
| holding the rank id sergeant-major or
Bergeant.
The Ulstei   campaign agaln-it Home
Rul,' will open with a big meeting to
lay   at   Ennuskillen. This  Is  the  i:r*t
; of a series  ol  demonstrations    which
! will culmin ite  in  UlBtet   Day     whi u
the members ol tl    Unionist eoromuu-
tj  will bind themselves b)  ., solemn
li im     and co\enasl  t.. refuse     sub-
a ti i .i Nai Icmallsl   iarll nr.ent.
On   of thi      mast disquieting fe it •
uivs of the  presenl  situation  is    the
Increase In  the     number of    persons
who own  tn Manns.   In the  National-
IbI   llsti Cl  ol  West   Belfast one denl-
■ i       disposing  of revolvers at     tbe
rate ol nn.-  hundred a week and    expects that this rate of sale will continue for Bome time, a large  number
ol the weapons be ng disposed of   on
tbe club system.
TherM is a reason to believe that
what is happening in Belfast is also
• place in Dublin and other districts. The authorities are perfectly
well aware that the tratlic is beine
■! un and some time ago ttie
government actually discussed what
Steps could be taken to deal with thc
Importation of these arms. It was
then decided to take no action at
the moment and thu- matters have
Seen  allowed   to  drift.
A Big Cheque
FruitLands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay landp in parcels ol
10 or 20 acres or en bloc Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Land District.
D.stnct ol West Kootenuy.
Take notice that Marshall Dcrruh,
ol Hevelstoke, B.C., occupation, Logger, intends  to apply  for permission
Water  Recorder  or   with  the   Comp -
troller of Water Rights,     Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B.O.
Canadian  Pacific  Railway   Company,
Applicant.
1',.  \V. Bnteninn,  Local Right ol
Wuy Agent, Vancouver, B. C.
to purchase the following
lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on
the Lust bunk of the Columbia river
ubout otic und u hull miles below
Rocky point aud about two miles
above Petersou'a ranch, theuce 10
chuius north, theuce lu chuius west,
tbence ID cbains more or less south
to the Columbia river, theme follow
described  First  issue August 31st.
Healed Tenders addressed to the undersigned,  and  endorsed   "Tender  for
ing the  bank of  Columbia river     to 11>Uc \Vhnrf at    Willow    Point,  B.C
point ol     commencement, contu Ding
160 acres, moro or less.
Dated August Stb,   1.4.:.
MARSHALL, DBBRAH, Applicaut.
Andrew  Kitson, Agent.
1st issue Aug. 31st.
NOTIOB i
Revelstoke Land Distrct.
District of West Kootenay.
.'ake ii.it.i e turn i Owen Boyc of
Greenwood, B.C., occupation, holel
proprietor, intend to upply or permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe North West Corner, being ten
chain* east of the Houth West I orner of Timber Limit No. 31233, tbnee
east 40 chains, thence south 40 chains
thencc west 40 ihuins, thence i>.ith
40 chains to point of commencement.
Dated 2oth  June,  1912.
OWEN BOY hit.
George Bouchard, Agent,
WATKR NOTICK.
For a License to Take and t'sc Water
Notice   Is    hereby   given that   the' of tin
will be received at this ollice until 4
P.M., mi Friday, October, ll, IM2,
tor the construction ol a Pile bent
and timber decking wharf at Willow
Point, District ol Kooteuay, British
Columbia.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
Obtained at this Department nnd al
the otlices ol F. W. Aylmer. District
Kngineer. Chase. B.C., C.C. Wotsfold,
F.st;..   District   Engineer, New west -
minster. B.C.. and on application to
thc Postmaster ut Willow Point,
11. 0,
Persons tendering arc notified that
tenders  will  not  In1  considered  unless
mad i the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signu -
tures, stilling their occupations and
places  of   residence.    In   the   CUM      of
fir'iis, thc actual signature, tbe nature of the occupation and place of
residence ol eaeb member ol the firm
must be given,
Knell tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered i
bank, payable to lhe order ol the
Honourable tht Miolstei of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
amount of the tender,    which
. MORTGAGE    SALE.
I Under and by Virtue of the powers
I o! sale contained in a certain ludeu -
ture ol Mortgage, which will be pro-
I duced at time ol sale, there will be
I ollered for sale on Wednesday, October 2nd, 1912, at 12 o'clock noon, at
the otlice ol John D. Sibbald, First
Street, in the City ol Hevelstoke, iu
the Province of British Columbia, the
following Lands and Premises, namely:—Lots i) and IU, in Hlock 3a, us
shown upou a map or plan of survey
of tbe said City of Hevelstoke, duly-
registered in the Laud Registry otlice
at Nelson, B. C, and numbered C4D.
On the property there is said to be a
Frame Dwelling.
Terms and conditians of sale will be
mude known at thc time of sale.
For  further  particulars apply  to
Messrs.   Williunis,  Walsh Ht McKim,
■132 Richards Street,  Vancouver, B.C.
Dated     this Itb day of September,
1912. 1st issue Sep. 7 to Oct 'I.
Oanadian    Padfio Huilwuy Company
will  spply  fm   a license to tako    and
use Fifty Miners Inches ol watei out
ol    a  small  Creek,    which  'I i.\n  in a
northerly direction and empties into
lllcrillcuuel    Itivei    neat'   Twin   Butte
The      wat'T      will    he taken  al   Twit.
Butts and    win I* used for railway
and  doiueslle     purpoSSS on the  lnnd
dssciibsd as O.P.R. Company's right
will be forfeited if tbe person tendering decline to entei Into a contract
when railed upon to do s... or (all to
,, i. te the work contracted for,  If
the bendei  be nol accepted tl	
will be returned.
The Department doss nol bind itself
to accept tin lowest oi anj tendei
Dy Ordi i
It   C   DBSROCHBR8,
. cretary.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Luud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take nolice thut Johu It. WeBt, ol
lievelstoke, B.C., occupation, Saddler
intends to apply ior peiuussion to
purchase the lollowiug described
lunds:
Commencing at a post plunted on
the West bank of thc Columbia river
about lu chuius below Seymour Creek
thence west lu chains, thence north
lu chains, thence eust 40 chains more
or less to tbe Columbia river, tbence
following the bank of the Columbiu
river south to point of commencement
and containing Uu acreB, more or
less.
Dated  August Sth,  1912.
JOHN is. WB8T, Applicant.
Andrew  Kitson, Agent.
1st  is-uc  Aug.  31st.
Thm     notice      wns    posted on  the   Department  ol Publll   Works.
ground on tks Mlb day oi    »"«"*. Ottawa, Sspttmbei  is, IMI.
1HJ    The application will  be filed  IH I    MSWSI ers  will,,,.'   !•    PaM      for
the office rn the Watei  Rsoordst    at tins advertisement if th.y
j, Istoke, B.O. l»ltt  MU»rtW "'""• *•   1:i"'
Objection msy be filed with ths said ment. 1st 1st.  Sep. 71, It.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -   Nighl Phone 85 \
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lund District.
DiBtrict ot West Kooteuay.
Take notice that I, Elizabeth Hun-
n.iii, of Hossluud, B. C, occupation,
married woman, intends to apply tor
permission to purchuse the following
described lauds:
Commencing at a post plauted
about UD ehuins north ol the North
West Corner of Lot 8402, thence 8U
chains south, thence iti) chains east,
th,. nee SU chains north, thence 30
cbuins west to point of commence -
ment und contuining 210 acres, more
or less.
Hated April 26tb, 1912.
ELIZABETH,  HANNAH,
Per   John   W.   Hannah,  Ageut.
First issue Aug. 14.
notice
Hevelstoke Luud District.
District oi West  Kootenuy.
Take notice thut William Henry
WiIcoa, ol Hevelstoke, B.C., occupa -
tion, Prospector, mtendB to apply
Ior permission to purchase the follow
ing described lands:
Commeuciug ut u post planted ou
the West buuk ol the Columbiu river
ubout -lu chuius below Seymour Creek
thence west lu chains, tbeui-u south
lu ehuins, tbenee eust 10 chuius more
or less to Columbiu river, theuce
follow.ng the Columbia river uortb
to poiut ol commencement, uud cou
linn.ng Iuu ucres, u.oie cr less
Duted  August  bits,   1*12.
WILLIAM   JENHV   WIIOOX,
Applicant.
Audr.'tv Kitsou, Ageut.
1st issue Aug.  31st
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tuke  notice  thut  1, Willium  Bitter,
oi Spokane, Wush., occupation Meut
Cutter, iuteuds to apply for permis -
siou to purchuse the following iles
ii iIhmI  lands:
Oommenelng at a post planted
ubout 4ij cbuius cast of the South
west Corner of Lot 7li7'J und southeast corner ot Lot 1 US,'*, thence wiutli
lu cbains, wist 10 chainB, north 10
chuius  and  cast   I'J  chains  to    poiut
of ciiiiiini iiceuicnt, nud oontaining ico
acres, more or less.
Dnted August 20th,   r.i 12.
WILLIAM 1IILFOR,
Jumes I'isbel, Ageut.
1st issue Sept. 11
Victoria. Sept- 18—A cheque for
J!,l"i'.i.i«"i was handed hy the provincial treasury yesterday to Mr. J. S.
Dennis of the C.P.R. in payment lor
tbi- '.and irrants made to the B. C.
Southern and the Columbia & Western Railways, and the lands become
once tnoix1 the property of the province.
The lands comprise     2,560,000 ncr-s
granted to the B.C. Southern and  1.-
236,000 a'-'es to tbe Columbia   Western,   The price paid   - lorty cents per
which would make 81,510,000,
.gainst  this the province had   a
cred t ol M01.000 paid        nteresi on
the lands on the Shuswap & Okataag-
] an  railway,  part of the  bargain   embodied  in  the  legislation  oi  last  ses-
I that the C.P.R. should refund this amount.
The Oolumbia fi Western lands are
resumed subject to Mt K Augustus
Hi ■ lllp ..I an     undivided
half interest in 5(0, ■ icrei Mr.
Heinze. during his visit here Inst
w.<k that the government
should   buy   th.s  half    interest     fr- :n
him. and the government :s supposed
■   not   altngether unfavorable    to
'mi    'nt   no  price  was  fixed,    ln
'    ' "      did  not  get beyond
• on.
The Three Guardsmen
The Gurney-Oxford Range it fitted with three
devices which con ;'■ intly and uncompromisingly stand
on guard to see that the fire is always under pet feet
control—that the coal bills are sheared down to the
lowest figure that the oven is always evenly and
properly healed—that no clinkers obstruct the free
burning ar.d proper ventilation of the fire.
The Gur.iey-Economizer, fitted on the smoke pipe,
is the only draft you have to attend to; a small lever
put up or down entirely regulates the fire. It saves
one ton of coal in six. It carries little heat up the
chimney—only the smoke. It feeds the gases which
burn to the fire-box, and it cannot be had on any
other range than the Gurney-Oxford.
The Gurney-Oxford oven is surrounded by flues
that carry an equal amount of heat to all sides. This
almost guarantees results in cooking by providing an
oven evenly heated, without cold corner* or variation.
' The Gurney-Oxford Grate is the result of exhaustive tests to find the proper carrying surface for
the fire. The fire has abundant air to breathe, and
the less amount of coal burned is all consumed. So
then, the housewife who has the " Three Guardsmen "
watching over her range, will experience security and
satisfaction in cooking that is not provided by any
other range.
Racing with Death
New   Y.ik.   Sept.   1-—The  fast  fruit
• ,   :.i   winch ■ ume  tr. Ir-.m
»1  America yesterday
i  llstl ..man,     who    is
making ., leatta.
Just  in?fore the i led Irom
Port  I..nun  the cable brought    word
fatally
I   Alberta
I  and
took the
tlx? iinrthwcHt.
- m -- Lillian Broderick,    21
old,   daughter    ol   .,   retired
American      newspaperman,       whose
ne was in Seattle, but who
n  Costa  H.«'a  for  the    last
tbtv.' -.- ti    Fata   sent  to that com,
Leon Pedoren.
•    M Bird -
' erick  and   it   wh'  a case  ..!  love     at
'first   Sight.   They   were t..  have      lieen
■ m       ■   la]
v ' •••,; ,-i.t ago Pedoren waa fatally
in ■. -trvi't car acetdsnl   and
that
the> n ght be married before he died
trying westward
in. can earry  h. r.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
t«i
Serum to Save Horses
Hosts   Kas ,  Bept 1»—The     t^iU,
ithat ca ims the hone diss ass has ben
tbe scientists ol   the
Knn«us Agricultural College, who are
,n     li inicy here   laeiievc
a wrum   that   will      make
■ tl»c.
Thl 'ii.    which
• the special ■ n lound Ifl
•he brain nl «■
l   t iden-
menifafitls
tides the "horse . .,. "Borna's
,v. but nsvsi tt-
,7<-.l in tbis country.
ody's   doing .t I     What! —
. nr 'tie    "Suirar    Bowl"
*,,r  tttr   bSflt  ■■'  ie«  .ream    and    s. ft
I drinks,
I   A   FKW   ■MAPS—7 Roomed House
i Thir I  strert.  MUt.  Lot,  11200.00.      A
. modern  House.  Second street, ISDfl.OCr
Mod°rn  House.  Connati,;M  avenue at
'MOO.'      1   rtMokl Oixral  Agencle* TEMBER .:':, 1912
THE l&JLTTj-TZttTlJkJLi-tt,  KEVELSTOKE
HATURUAY, SffiPTEMBBR 21, 1918
FARMER 10 BE MECHANIC
Sonde's of Electricity Applied
to Agriculture
i ■
iL  • ■ • roaming
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the alarm i 'it-, pre-
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; .. tcefullj
.: ..    ham Mii. i     a
•Ith a  little
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ped ' pres
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tb   . nlu     hour
■ ,.n and
.'..mii turn
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a i ri iy,
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Rl I       . ' :     .   :1m
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n  ..        tt •'■ Bat i y elect ■... t the h .-:.■■.,,  to
•   i ,'. in   Niagara
H   filmed    the
al       ana
'-'..; opei at
ed th I '■ mow,
      :..'.'!:,   a    m.i.
.. i    i the I    II i ho ist Mn
m" no   a li ■■■
:..' ' ■   '■     ■   upon      the
marvi . ...... the
ciiMi".  ■:■■'■■ ... .,'.'. branches of' &6racs-
tlc work, 'a
The  ... ' bl       '. a: IbtW
ttj IM     p&Wer can  (W
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Beck ■       ..-■:.:. meri    ..
b of 0
I planning    tlie
' readj
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Toi •' .     .   thai   ol   .i.
ff.Mil .;, , ;
stration   .. iltogi thei  likely
m Ia    . :       will
: he pro-
prov
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ry.Thcy
Will  .       .  ,        Hon.   Mr,  Deck t.,i.i
'•• :n..my      ,,n.l
'   mc liol
■ •     • ■   imi u,  but mechanics,
: VNS   m:i-: iniiNii.
Th.. '   a,,,,,,
Mrs,  ■ . ■;.     ,u
'"o'- ■'■   farmers
80U'- i a heart tu
little
rmanj
are   . .: ms, |es, en
..    ..tiling
twe tta mush ^ Slag.
";" .    ....  laimei.-..
. i wlel     Is
^eai       - • ... ■       electl iciti
"• •'• |
the
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Slderably lower than the farmers are.wtth the objoctB herein before recited.
now paying for having then' thresh- 2. u „hall be lawful for the said
ing  done, Mayor  to  cause any  number of    de-
in clot 1 Hon. Mr, Beck told tho bentures to be mado, , te uted and
(armors biuntly that the matter was |issued for Btich sum or sums as may
.: their owu hands. No matter what be required Ior the purposos arid oh-
tho goveiument did, no matter how jeete aforesaid not exceeding however,
uard ili.' eotumisBion and its eng - ihe sum ol Ten thousand dollars
wonted ao progress could l>o (iflO.utKl.uOj eaeb ol the said dehonl
i.n iss tho (armors themselves ures beiug ol tbe denomination ol
gol  behind tho scheme, one thousand dollars $1,1)00.00')    and
Hon. diimos Hull, minister ol agrl- all such debentures shall be sealed
culturo, . in sed the larmers brlotly 1 with the seal ol tbo Corporation of
imm.i.mIiiii that at no distant day, the City oi Kevelstoke aud signed by
[unite1 ii"':. one eud ol the province the Mayor and City Olork thereof.
t'o llu-oil. 1 will bo nm by electricity 3, The suul debentures shall hour
Iiiiii Churtors, the local luembur lor dato the lirst day ol .November, 1912,
I'l'.'i. moved .1 vott of thanks to Hon. and Bhall ho made payable In twenty-
Mr. lii'ck, expressing his coutideuco llvo yeurs Irum the mid dale lu law-
1l1.1i   the fanners of  Toronto township fui money ol Uuuudu at  the oilicu ot
Wi'mlM  not   hesitate lo  lake lip thr liro   tho       .Molson.-.      Hank   al      ItoVOlBtoko
ocl and show tin' «.i> t" il;.' rest ol atorusald, which placo ol payuioul
Ontario. Ulcbard in.in. M. P. Ior shall be dealgnatod by suid dobentureB
I'eol, seconded the vote. HiB remarks and sbail have attached to them
ivc'.li brie] They bad to be, Ior the coupous Ior tho payment ol interest
cow to be nilked bj electricity bad and the siguuturo to tho coupons
just made Its uppcarunce and tho may he either written, printed, stum-
browd oi farmers converged 11 j>«>u It ped or lithographed.
.11  a  body. I    i-    The  aaid  diliiiit nil's    i-hall   bear
There was some delay In getting the Interest al tbo rato ol Uvo i."i) per
milker going, bul whon tbe start was centum per annum from the date
aado the tuachiui worked to outiro hereof, whieh interest shall bo pay -
satisfaction, as did tho big threshing able Beml-annuaily at tho otlice ol the
onitii. lu the farm bouse kitchen cul Molsons linuk at Hevelstoke aforesaid
[ee .ini toast prepared b.v electricity In lawful money ol Canada on the
wero supplied to the farmers and their Kirst day of .May and tho First duy
wives. 1 ol .Noveiuber respectively In each and
Throughout the ultornoon Hon. every year during the currency thero-
Adiiin Bock worked like a navvy, lie "i and it shall be expressed in suid
pumped and iiiii u.i water, hurried I debentures und coupons to be so
aioinul with planks and scantlings to ' payable.
prop up machines, operated the mo- 5. it shall bo lawful for the suid
tors and generally tired himself out Mayor to negotiate and sell the said
Ilis enthusiasm made bim forget en- debentures or uuy of them at the
tiroly the but that In had in..-sed current murket rates.
,uiii'li. and it was not until nearly Gl 6. For the payment of the said
o'clock that Mis. Beck succeeded in debt there shall be set aside and with
capturing him Ioi belated refresh-. drawn each year duriug the currency
iiiiiit . I'h. demonstration outfit will of the said debentures irom tbo an -
be kept on the Might farm for uev nuo) current revenue of the Muuieip-
ii.il .lays, an.l farmers who were pro- altty as derived Irom the said water
vented trom attending yesterday will and light (electric) rates and charges
be given an opportunity of Bomug the sum oi' $274.00 and BUch sum
Niagara power at work. .shall  be transferred trom the annual
  I current revenue account uud paid into
NoTICE aepeeial account to lorm u    sinking
  funa for the purpose mentioned herein
'J lie .Annual Meeting of the Revel- •■ fur the purpose ol paying the
stoke   Hospital   Society,   stands    ad- interest  on  the  said  debentures     as
lourned till September 28rd next.
W. D. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary
BY-LAW NO.
nme become due and payable there
shall bo set aside and withdrawn each
year from ihe unnuul current revenue
ol the Mi.uipal.ly as derived Irom
said »ater and electric light rates
and charges the sum of $,'iuu.U0 which
sum shall be transferred irom tin' aii
nual current revenui account uud paid
pecial accounl Ior such pur -
pose aiid to he disbursed when aud as
talments ol iuterost become
due.
.v   During the currency  ... suul debentures  the said rales and    charged
to the extent aforesaid shall not form
the    annual revenue of the
Ipality.
li shall ..   Law ill  lot the  Uuu,
cn .11 Council In tu 1 ime to time     io
...     .in.   ol     .1
i, a a pi ice i.i prices as 1
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Corporation of ttie City;
of hevelstoke
mitmioii.re.'rve-ni.mKsvm'
A sensible fellow named Nnsli
With the crowd down to I lowson's once dashed.
'Twas little In; spent, but when homeward lie went,
He had bought some fine goods for liis cash.
A good naturcd fellow named fMett,
Took some fri. nils to his house whetn he'd met.
His furniture was so swell, that they all shouted "Well,
You got tliat at Howson's, I'll bet.
Poor Joe one tine evening got mad.
Told his wife that his chairs all looked bad.
She said you should get them at Howson's mv pet.
Wish you would, now he does, and they're glad.
For goods that you'll fin 1 a real treat.
For goods tbat are sound, strong and neat.
Howson's you'll find, keep exactly ib.it kind,
lust the kind that no others ean beat.
A policeman once said, Say ! I fear,
There's a lire by that crowd, it looks queer,
But he saw them all pop into Howson's line shop.
Then he said, Oh! that's nothing new there.
No wonder so many folks call
At Howson's line stMire, big and small.
His stock's a delight, while his prices are right,
And you get a square de il th re, that's all.
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
Phone 28]
Ninlii Phone 40
1', O.  Uox   Ib9
Sash, Doors. Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Cttice  and  Bar   Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds oi repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line oi building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody known him, he wil!
it'll you that thr whlskeyi we are
Hi'lliiiR are the heat. (Jnll and lie
convinced. No liiiiiHi'hnlil nhould
he without a supply of our Harvey's Speolal Scotch Whiskey; oui
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, Ruiiriintumi
mi years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purpose*. Uur Hlnek
of choice Wines ninl Liquor* of uil
kinds are unexcelled. Hold hy all
the ■■■ fi'..!:;: In■]i'h , or telephone
1
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The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealors In Pure Wines, Liquors, Clgurs and Cigarettes
WHl.Bli.Ati ■'
and expedient   I
1 ,tj  ,,;    ■ ,l,*t   ''"'    ''''""
riupplj   .--).-•.. ;i   ul thi
improve I, a
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Ir tbreahmn   lone    by
.   •       The     tninelormer
ien( •xpanditnrt
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the Mayoi <■; thn ■ ol th
1,ity ol  K*vi in ill
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1. .1 irom .1
ion 01 , ■'   !
porate who may bt   Killing tu    ad
rauj Um name, a ium nol
in the whole tba Ilim ol Ten 1I1011H
und dollars  (110,000.00)  and  toi
all surh sums so raind  to     bO pa.nl
into the hands of the Treasuror     ol
thc said   City for thc purpMei   and
Public NutiH'
lh ii  tin-  ...Im ol t.i i
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II.   1'..   i 11   1  o'r.locl   ., in    mnl  7
111 lock p.m . on Mi nii. loptt mber
Doth, 1912, '.M 11 Uy-lnv to Improve
un'l Extend tbe preeenl Water Hupply
ol Him Oity oi RoTetatoke.
11. It. REYNOLDS,
Hetmuiug OfUcci,
FIFTH  ANNUAL
^
Fall  Exhibition
Revelstoke, B. C.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, October 8-9-10
S5,OOQ IN PRIZES
Agricultural and Fruit Exhibits Live Stock Poultry Ladies' Work
Home Made Cooking and Preserves Manufacturers' Exhibits
Three Days Good Horse Racing and Special Attractions
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Special    Hallway   Rates—One and-One-Third   Fare   .e
for   the Round   Trip   to the  Revelstoke  Exhibition
MUSIC BY THE CITY BAND
SEE THE SPECIAL  PRIZES  FOR  FRUITS AND  VEGETABLES
FROM  SURROUNDING  DISTRICTS
^»»»«a
A. McRAE. I'res.      F. B. WELLS. Treas.     T. E. L. TAYLOR. Sec
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Mail-Herald for Job Printing BATURDAY, 8EPT13MBER 21, 1912
THE 3VEA-TTj-TTTHTU^TjID,  EEVULSTO'KH
a \Tt'RDAV, SEPTEMBER 21, 1912
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
THE MOLSONS BANK
INOORPOKATEO  I86S
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Cupital       ....       * 3,OUO,0UU * 4,0(10,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits       ....        23,077,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.4.r>7.OD0 38,851,bui
Total Assets        -       -      -        33,01)0,192 4a,iioi,aa&4
Has 83 Brunches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondenie in all
the ri incipni Cities in the Worm.
A OENkRAL  I1ANK1IMU BUBINCba 1KANMC11.ii
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BLANCHES
Interest alloavuu ut in,,lust ourrent rutu.
Revelstoko aranch. W. H. PRATT, Manugcr
Nelson
FRUITFAIR
Sept. 25,28,1912
. . . It Might Be yd. . .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot nieuicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verilied by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and iinished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
liJL'sr NSWI/S REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly-ami monthly rates tn be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, UKVEIaSSTOKK, B. C.
A. 1'. LBVESQUB, Proprietor
SINGLE FARE
FDR THE ROUND TRIP
Going Dates
Sept. 22 - 27
Return Limit
Oct. 2. 1912
Foi tickets apply to
Agent, Revelatoke
R. G.   MCNEILL1E.
Hist. Passenger Agent
CALGARY
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Laughton 0, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Pay and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
i
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
E suitably   furnished  with  the choicest the
I market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
-
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J~.   jULBEET     STOrN"-EI      JPKOIP.
Canadian
Pacific Ry.
VICTORIA
EXHIBITION
Fare from Revelstoke
to Victoria and Return
$14.75
Going dates Sept. 21-26
Final Return Limit
Oct. 1,1912
For Tickets apply to
Agent, Revelstoke
R. G. McNEILUE
District Passenger Agent
CALGARY
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Scene from "In Old Kentucky" at the Opera House
next Monday night, .Sent. 2ird
WAiNTJiD
WANTED—Position as hotel chamber
maid by a sniut'i, experienced young
lady.   Write  Box  A.11.,  Mall-Herald
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
WANTED—A young girl ab'iut twelve
years of nge, to take charge >>f a
baby each day ol the week, except
Suudays. A soud jOu uiu liberal
pay for the right girl. Apply to
Mail-Herald.
WANTED—Live Nursery Salesman for
Full aud Winter soliciting. Experience uot so necessary us willingness
to work aud loam. Write at once
ior exclusive territory uud Free uut
tit. CASH WEEKLY. Doniiuii-'U
Nursery it Orchurds Compauy, 1 .a
Yew St.,   Vaneouver, B.  C.
FOR SALE—Small bouse and ot,
modern, centrally located 1 Hevelstoke. Easy terms aud price right.
AddreBB owuer, Mis. McCauley, -_.->
Uoyal Aveuue, New Westminster,
HAKVEV, McCARTliR
AIM) I'INKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
imperial Bank Building Kevelstoke,   -'. O.
Money to Loaa.
UlUces—Uevelstoke,    B.    O.,     aid
(Jranbrook, B. U.
Ueo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M.  I'liii!I.mu, J. A. Harvey
Uevelstoke. Oraubrook
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean cnul at Coursier' I
Robbins' Lctl'oriJge coal is uiisui'-
puBsed.
For really choice chocolates, drop
in at the Sugar Bowl.
The "Sugar Bowl" for the best ol
everything, chocolates, suit di'm^B,
ice creum und fruits.
At the Sugar Uowl on Tuesday
night next a handsome piuuo drupe
will be raflled.
Ladies fancy coats to order, blue,
chiuchillt, gray, Tuu, Oxford, utowu
polo 'ih, tanny boucle, cratlngs, at
oresgl an a Co '*.
LuUivs tailored suits to order, Mr.
L. uravis ot Boston in cuurge—Cress-
mun x Ca.
All Robbins' coal is clean screened
1 eth bridge lump coal.
L. lies, see Cressman & Co. lor the
latest in made to uruor garmeuts.—
-Ur. L. Kravis oi Boston, cutter and
utter.
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for
Flexitime
Signs
Electric
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming's Transfer
building, Secunii btreet
.
Central Hotel
s
\
Abrahamson Bros.,
Eularged "hnd Improved,
First-Clans in every respect
Large Sample Rooms.
Props.
All modern convenience!
Rate* $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
er
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Kopuira, Mot Air, Plpo
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Av».   •   Rovatstokej
UNION HOTEL.
AKRUWHKAl), B. 0.
Special Attention ^tvrti to I'omnierrlal
men and louristH. iiret-clssa snuiplf
rooms. Finest ecnurry in British I'olnm-
bia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
MiNEUAL    ACT    NOTIOH.
Spenlow, Jorkins uud I'ark Frac -
tioual Mineral claims, situate in the
Trout Lake Miuiug Division of Vtest
Kuuteuuy Listrict.    Where located .-
uu Oreat Northern Mountain.
Tuke uot.ee that 1, U.U.N. Wilkie
acting as agent lor tbc True Fissure
Jlining and Milling Company, Linntea
Free Miners Certificate UJlTot,, intend, sixty days from date hereof, to
apply to the Miuing Hecurder for a
Certilicate of Improvements, for tbe
purpose of obtuiuing u Crown Grant
of tbe  above claim.
And further take uotice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before tbe issuance of such
Certiflcate of Improvements.
Bated this loth duy of July, 1912.
U.  B.  N.  WILKIE.
ROBERT  BMITH,
Provincial Laid  guveyor,
Mihid,  Surveyor,
Enginesnui
Mckenzie ave.,
box  iw.  kevelstoke
W.  H.  WALLACE.  M.B.C.S.A.
A R C H i T E O T.
P. O. Box 146.    ,e.\ istoke, B.C.
KOOTENAY
L0W0E, No. M A. V.
auu i . il.
Regular meeting, are held iu MAS
ONIC TEMPLE, Od, 'lows' llali
ou the Third . i.iii.i,- in each montb
at 8 v. ni. Visiting urethren ars
cordially welcome.
VV. THOMSON, Vi. M.
W. B. hOBEHTSJN,  Secretary.
Four curs of small briquettes uow
in. Positively tue best coul lor summer use, deal uud ecououiicul. Uevelstoke Ueuerul Agencies,  i.t i.
Tbe best uil round coal on tho ti ar-
ket is Hobbins' Lethbridge coul.
for lasting quality use Uobbius'
coal, oue used, always a customer.
Ladies, Mr. L. Kravis at Cressiuun
.it Co.'s. will make your tailored
suits lo order.
Full supply of H.uikli',1,1 cuul now
in. Advuuce orders being tu..eu. I'm
livery guaiuuteed. KeveiSvoa.e General  Agencies,  Limited.
Ladies suits lo older, blue, brown,
cantor, tuu surge, luucy suiting!, in
iu all colors. Whipcord browu , two
tone grey, Iwu-touc blue, tun aud
navy.—Cressman Ht Co.
I'n-un, smokeless, [uinace lump and
uut coal at Coursier's.
Bankhead cuul In all tikes, broken,
egg an'1. Btove, Revelstoke Ueuerul
Agencies,   Limited.
Municipal Loans
Mr. v. 0. Brown, superintendent of
tin: Oanadian Hunk ol Commorce, ol
Winnipeg, in discussing the utiuioial
niaraet for municipal securities, to u
i,ur.ii y  Herald reporter, said:
yueBtiouod a.i lu lhc unuiicial niar-
ket, Mr. Brown Btated iliut the situ-
atlon was simply tbis, ibut tue western municipalities bad beeu spending
money on a large scale. '"lbe locui
improvements oi all kinds which buvc
been undertaken," be said, "have
been ol u most substantial character
aud us regards most ui it, very little
criticism can bu oderod, 'ibe iiuiuici
parities arc building uu a most sub
stuntlal foundation iu anticipation ol
a large development. This bas result
ed liuu ever, iu tbe creation oi a re
lallvely very large volume ol Beourl
tics. Such a volume In laot lms caua
eil Bome surprise and astonishment Ln
the London Investment market. The
ISngltah Investor is asking whether w«
are nut going  tou last and  be  is  be
coming critical ol    the   expenditures
lining made by  the municipalities
"It ih probable," saiil Mr. Brown,
"that hereafter ihey will be dis,mas
of having assurances that in Hie cuse
"i each municipality Improvements
ace not being undertaken beyond
wbut th.- present development and the
assured development ol the imraedl
ate fttturo clearly justify.
"Tbo municipalities bowevcr, must
expect to puy a higher rate ol inter,
eat (or their borrowings fur some
time to come, and moreover tbey will
Hnd a advisable to adopt tbe policy
of arranging for the sale of their se
curltiOB before they cmbafk on ex
pciiditurc ol au 'important character.
The sudden lull in the price ut Canadian municipal securities la certain
lo be a wholesome une in deterring
municipalities from embarking
penditures wbich could be
us  involving extravagance.
"iu thc face of thu satisfactory crop
year, and subject to a re-adjustmenl
of price levels, wo do not,'' said Mr.
Urown, "anticipate tbat there will be
any extreme diliiculty in tindiug
market for issues of municipal
ities whei-e the purpose of
is  legitimate."
Sixteen Killed
on ox
criticised
a
secur.
thc issues
Woman to Be Hanged
Ottawa,
ital cases
Sept. 18—Among u. ^.ip
awaiting tbe consieratlon
of tbe cabinet is thut ui Mrs, Mcliee
of Prince Edward Island, s.-ntenced
to be hanged October IU for the mur
der of her live children. I'he woman
haB been adjudged insane
clemency is extended to
dcrers,  but
Generally
women mar-
in view oi the peculiar
utroeity of tbis case the law may be
allowed to take its course.
tbt
Make out your order for your W.u
ter's supply of coat. We have
goods on baud aud will deliver
your own couvemence if you send in
your order early. Uevelstoke Genera.
Agencies,  Limited.
MUSIC—Miss Jobneon, pupil of A.
Miller, F.U.A.M., Louuuu, ib prepar
ed to take a limited nuiiiuei of pup
Us lor tuition ln music. For leirn.
apply al tbe rem,iei.ee of J. K
Jobusou. Urst tiuuse west ol tne boa
. .tai.   First   street.
Here's the roud to comfort, a w.n-
isbed thirst, u cool boJy and a re -
freshed one, the only wuy is via a
caol drink at the Sugar Bowl Fountain,  McKenzie Avenue.
Eighty-live     per  cont  ol  headache
ace the result of eye strain,     1! you
are  troubled  thut  way  consult      Dr.
lii; m.  eye  sight specialist  on  Tuesday and  Wednesday,  Sept. H and 'lo.
'I u prove the quality ot Ho iMus'
Letl Mdge coal, any one uot (attstted
w.th it may return it.
No better coal than Robbins' Lethbridge coal has ever chii.m to Revel -
stoke.   To prove it, try it.
Remember the date of the i
Dr.  S.L.  Taulic,  eye sight specialist,
at Diamond  Hall on Tuesday     and
I Wednesday, 21th and 36th ol Sept.
Liverpool, Sept. IS—Sixteen person- were killed and fifty injured
by the derailment last evening ot lhe
express from Chester to Liverpool at
Uittoti Junction, about right milee
from Liverpool.
Tbc train hud passed over the long
bndgu spanning the river Mersey and \
wus running down the incline leading
to the junction when at the cross -
ovei p.iints the engine jumped tbe
ia.Is aud Clashed into a buttress of
the bridge  spanniug the lioe.
The couplings "f the car next to the
engine pa t 1, and the train ol nine
cms sped on tu the station, thc
leading cars crashed Into the platform witli terrific force and weru
wrecked. One car was overturned and
caught fire. In spite ol tbe eflorts of
the tne brlgadi it .*.is mumi consumed.
Several bodies in tbe car were cre-
mated, but some ol the Injured were
rescued through thc windows.
The engine driver    was crushed to
death lA'twen tie: eng.in' and tender
and thc fireman bad both legs broken
He was pinned under tbs locomotive
foi two houn. Hundreds ol laborers
and railway employees took part In
tbe work of rescue, while tbe waiting
rooms were turnud Into ao emergency
hospital.
Thc work of extricating the dead
and injured by the light ol bonfires
was continued until a late hour. All
the passengers in the tirst two cars
were killed. The lourth car became
a roaring furnace and the terrible
cries of injured and appeals for help
together with the difficulty in taking
passengers from tbe wreckage caused
harrowing  seen,'-.
At midnight the death roll numbered sixteen. Several ol the bodies are
still unidentified, but apparently all
aboard the  traiu were local  residents
Trouble Settled
Montreal, Sept. l'.i--Neg,jt,atious
between the Canadiau i'ac.hc Railway
and their telegraphers were brought
to a practical conclusion Wednesday,
when an agreement was arrived at
which was accepted as satisfactory by
the representatives ot the men. While
thc whole matter is complicated and
has uot beeu reduced to a formal agreement tee board outlines of the
settlement are thai the men shall be
granted au increase of twelve per cent
in their pay, including a 1- per cent,
increase lor overtime work, wbdc
their hours uf work will be generally
reduced from an eleven hour lo a teu
hour staudurd.
This agreement was arrived at OS
the result of tbe negotiation^ which
have extended over a considerable
period and which at times threatened
decided ten-.on between the company
and the men, represented by tbe Order of Uaiiroad Telegraphers.
The operators asked for a tifteen per
cent increase with special provisions
for overtime, and a decided reduction
in the hours of work. While tbeir demands bave not beeu altogether met,
tbe settlement is in the nature of a
compromise which is regarded as fair
to both sides, uud wiil undoubtedly be
accepted by the operutors wbo will
benefit to a very appreciable extent
thereby.
Tendered Smoker
COAL!
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving.    Orders will have
prompt attention.
PHONE
292
A. Davidson,
COURT     MT.      BL,.BiB,
OF I. ( . F.
Meets in 1. a O.  1 .  Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House every seconi'
snd fourth  Monday  in month.  Visit
lag brethren cordis.,    wolmmed.
U. W. BULL, c. H.
VtM.   B.   CAMKUON
O.  V,.     .  Vi.
Mountain View t amp, No.  'ill
Meets Second    and     iouiih Wednes
duys    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Vimui.    Woodmen ore
cordially invited to attend
A.  J. WOODLAND, Con. (Join
JAMhlU MclNTVUhi,  Olerk.
BBLKIBK    LOUUh  li, 1. o. O. F.
Meets every Thm e evening ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
bretbren cordially Invit  .1
JOHN LYON      N. G.
JAB.  MATHlli,  Bee.
OOLU HANGK LODOla,      K. of
NO.   K,   RKVKLBTOKK,   B.   0.
Meets every  Wednesday except   tbs
Third Wednesday of each month     ln
Oddlellows' Hall at . o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
F. W. TERRY, C. 0.
Q. H. BHOOK, K. of R   * 8
M. of r.
Fernie, B. C,
a as tendered to
miu.ster   of  laud:
WaS   attell.led   li)'
Sepl. IS—A smoker
Hon. W. U. Ross,
, last uight, which
a large  turnout    of
people from all parts ol Fernie i.d.ng
ii wus a   soc.ai atiau   but Minister
Uoss could not escape tbe strong demand tut a speech and he entertained  h.s  Irlends  w.th a charocterlstiic
i;in\-s,   i.ill   ol  sound  sentiment  und
Haa cheered tretjuenily by his utteu-
tive hearers.
Minister Uoss la spiud.ng a lew
days in this part of tbc province uu
oibcial busiucbb Luuuccled a,in h.s
office, uud his uiaii> iiiciils throughout the d.strict luck advuutage of
bio vis.t tu give Min a w.ii a. welcome
to ii..-- uiu boms and constituency, a
loug program Ol instrumental anl
vocal music waa piuwdcd w.lb a reel
of AlasKu Jucss, uud Alaska SOSOSS
wan  thrown .u ioi good mcasuie.
The lotisei vat.ics ot ihis purl of
the pioviuce are vei y much alive lo
then   Uut.e»   us  supporters     ol     then
gov. i nn.eni as was shown by the wrj
representative cboractei  o! the meat
ing last night, all uooks aud comers
uf thc r.dtng beiug represented by
1. ad.lig workars of lhc pany.
Ui. Boiinell presided and maiiy
local meii spoke dni',ug the meeting,
all paying high tributes ol praise to
tlic.t chiet aud representative at Victoria.
Small Vote in B. C.
Ottawa, Sept. 18—A blue-boo* just
issued giving the votes cost In the
lederol elections of last September,
shows that iu British Columbia the
votes cast were only 52 per cent, ol
tbe total uumbei of names uu tbe
. ..ol lists, while fur all Canada
the percentage was 70 per cent. ol
tb" lotal DUmbel on the lists, which
wii,  l.Mi.iD).
In Uritish Colum i thl vote cast
totalled J3,55a out ol 13,081 on th*
lists. The vote .u Vancouver totalled
11,SM, with the voters.' lists totalling
tt,Hi BATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ii, 1912
TJEIIEJ  MAIL-HEKALD,  BEYELSTOEE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1912
ZE LIST Fl
OCTOBER 8th, 9th and 10th, 1912
:..
La
il
Section A -Poultry and Pet Stock
See Official Prize List for Special Poultry Prizes
.-..•.    ,,:. :     be t     exhibit   in   each  of   tbe   following
Vmericnn     Asiatics,  Mediterranean,    and
10 or more birds)  $ 5.00
st  exhibit ol    the    whole show  10.00
The  ivinnei  crl   this   prize cannot    win any ol the
.v'm .■ pri
st  Pen Duck (I  Drake, 2 Ducks j  $5.00
itrj  Fee    Single Birds, 25c; Pen, il.ii".
IEMIUM entries,   1st  prize  $1.00,  2nd  50c,  live
j or   ovei.   1st.   $1.50;   2nd,   $1.00;   3rd.   50c.      Ten
over, 1st, $2.00; 2nd, $1.60; 3rd, $1.00.
Bt ■".       Pet      Ist prize, $3.00; 2nd, $2.1 l; 3rd, $1.00.
■
lin ks—Barred,  white and Hull.
Wy.'i . ilver, White,  Bull, Black, Golden Part-
ride, .  '   il inibian,
Java     Black,   V 0,  V.
P..  I.  Ri ds   Singl! mid  Rose Comb.
•As atlc
and Dark.
i.    -Bull  and   A.   0.   V.
Langshans-  White and Black.
:.- in
-: wish—Black.
Whit
M norcas   White and
Vi lalusians.
onas.
■  -
I,  A.  O.  V.
Orpingtons—Bufl,  White and  Black.
' aps.
White Crested, Black, A. O. V,
■ i Silver Spangled, Qoldcn
■I    Black.
-French:—
Houdans—La Fleche and Favcrolcs.
Ition Games:—
\tiy   Var.ety.
No  Pen   I'r,/.is   Awarded
. .uiv variety,  Male. Female, young and old
any variety. Male, Female, young and ..id.
.   variety, Male, Female, young and
Enti i  Fee 25 ct
B       Collection,  any  variety.
Irds.   Nt i rise, $1.50; 2nd. $1.01
.mi.  $1.50.
-t   Collection,  .my  Variety     Noi    less    than
• mi-    .-:  -.'.... $1.50; 2nd, $1.00.   Ti n birds   or
.'-1.  $1.50.
tion,   Nm  less than lo
■■ DO.   Ten  Mii-ds  ui   i.'.ei     1st  prise
65-Italian   J-|»
00—German  Prune   '•
67—Pacific Prune }-^'
08    HuibiuiU's Sugar   "•j™
69—Imperial Cage   ' '"
70— Green Cage   '■'"
Tl   Pond's Seedling   '■'"
72—Any Other Variety   lM
Class lBt'        2mh
72—Hest  box  of    plums, uny   variety   tor
shipping    in   regulation    boxes     $2.Oil      $1.00
74—Best   Collection   of     plums,     not   less
than  six    Varieties   $5.00      $3.00
CRAB APPLES    Tw live of Ench
Class. lat'
75—Transcendent  *,t't)l)
7i;-Hyslop   ;J'""
77—Montreal Beauty   LUU
78—Siberian    1'l>0
79—Whitney    iM>
SO—Martha    ll™
81—General Grant   li*j
82    \nv Other  Variety   1.00
83—Collection  of  Crabs,  4  varieties $4.00     $2.00
84—Quince,     any    variety,   5 $1.00      $ .75
S3—Nectarine, any     variety,     0     LOO -75
St:—Apricots,   any   variety,   6     LOO .7*5
87—Blackberries,   any   variety,   1 plate... 1.00 .7,>
88—Logan    Berries,      1    plate     3.00        2.00
Section C—Vegetables
■ and Brown
Black, i S.C.
IS.   ('.  and   H.
and  H.C.I
C.i
Class.
i    Potatoes, Rose of North, 20 lbs ;
2—Potatoes,  Early Hose, 2U lbs	
3—Potatoes,   Carman,   2Ulbs	
Beauty ot Nebi'ou, 20 lbs	
Burbank, 20 lbs	
Norman Beauty, 20 lbs	
Million      Dollar,  20  lbs	
A.O, Var., White, 20 lbs., named
A.O. Var.,  Hose, 20 Mis., named...
A. U.    Var., Imp. Beed,201bB	
Best  Collection,   10  tbs.  euch,  not
to be less ihun six varieties 	
12—Turnips for table use, i. white 	
13   Turnips,   foi   table   use,   G yellow   	
11   Carrots,  for  tuble  use,  6,  short  horn  	
1.",    Carrots, ior table use, 6,  A.M. variety 	
li.   Parsnips, for table use, 6, any variety 	
for table  use,  2,  Summer 	
tor  table  us.',  2.   Winter  	
ior  table   use,   2,   lied   	
Savoys,   2	
Sprouts,   2 stalks   	
■I Potatoes,
5—Potatoes,
6—Potatoes,
7—Potatoes,
S—Potatoes,
'.i—Potatoes,
10 Potatoes,
ii   Potatoes,
i." Cabbage
l- -Cab] iiim Cabbage
. I i abbage
Sl Brussels
22—Caullllowers, two
and Silver Pen
"i.i—< inions
24 Onions
25 I inlon
Not
Ten
less    than
Section B- Fruit
riet j
.    ..
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■
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led
1st.
2nd
six,   white 	
six  Red  	
Six   yellow  	
26—Onions, one quart Pickling 	
2i   iin...ns, six bunches green 	
as—Pens, one quart In pod 	
jm   Beans, i quart In pod, yellow 	
Beans,  one quart  .u pod,  green  	
31    Deans, one quarl In pod, Broad Windsor
. ■   Ci rn, six ears, shipped 	
ts lor table use.  s;v  Globe 	
34   Beets lor table use, Blx,   Long  	
elery, six bunches, green 	
36   Celery, six bunches, white ot  yell w 	
...   Celery,  six  bunches, red  	
.-   I.  i ice,  six  bunch s, open  head  	
■ ■    I.-;   ice,   six -  	
six bunchi
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12— i: , :   '.. Wlnti
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lis,
I
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1st.
1.50
1.50
1,50
1.60
l.OO
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
l.UO
1.00
1.00
LOO
l.UO
l.OO
1.00
l.on
1.00
1.00
l.oo
1.00
LOO
1.00
1.00
1.00
l.UO
1.00
LOO
1.00
1.00
1.00
LOO
1.00
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m   p. |  packed box of I'liiii, any
hipping   '   ■   ilntton I ot,
i.on   ..'     Peai i, nol
; ..a   hu varieties, five of    ench
•
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2nd.
J   75
II
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inilorm
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.75
.75
.75
3.00
.75
.75
.75
.75
Hnl.
$ .50
$2.00
2nd
$2.00
2.00
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
$1.00
$ .50
.50
.50
.50
1.00
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100 ll,"
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11 00
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. 1.00
. 1.00
, 1.00
nd.
1 •.'
$1.00
2nd
$8.00
.75
.75
.75
.76
.76
.76
.75
.76
2nd
$1.00
1.00
l.UO
1.0U
LOO
1.00
1.00
1.00
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1.00
1.00
.75
.70
.75
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.75
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.75
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•
Bread,  blown, two loaves baked iu  one puu 2.00 l.oo
Dinner or Bread  Rolls, six   l.uo .50
Baking  Powder  Biscuits,  one dozen    LOO .50
short  Bread (Scotch)   l.oo .50
Cookies, one dozen   lain .5(1
take  Bark Fruit    2.mi l.OO
Cake, Pound   2.00 l.uu
■('ake, Seed    I.mii .50
Cnke,  Brown,  Chocolate   l.uo .50
•Cake, Sponge, not. layer   l.uu .50
■Cake, Layer   1.00 .50
•Fruit Pie   i.ui .50
Mlnco   Meat   l.uo .50
plum Pudding   l.UU .50
Any kind of Cake by girl under fifteen   l.uu .511
PRESERVES
■Orange  Marmalade    1.00 .50
-Strawberries, one quart preserved   1.00 .76
Currants blk., one quart preserved   LOU .75
Currants, red, one quart preserved   l.uu .76
-Currants, white, one quart preserved   1.00 .75
■Gooseberries,   otic  quart  preserved    LOO .75
•Raspberries, blk., one quart preserved   1.00 .75
•Raspberries, red,  one quart preserved   l.uo .75
•Cherries,  blk., one quart preserved   1.00 .75
Cherries, red,  one quart preserved  1.00 .75
■Apricots,  one quart preserved    1.00 .75
■Peaches, one quart preserved    l.uo .75
-Pears, one quart preserved   1.00 .75
Plums, one quart preserved   l.uo .75
■Best assortment   ol   preserved    fruit  by oue
Exhibitor  2.00 l.oo
Jellies,  collection  of  not less than  four  varieties named   2.00 1.00
-Meat Jellies   1.00 .50
-Pickles, Sweet   1.00 .76
-Pickles,   Sour     l.OO .75
-I'ickles,  Mustard   l.OO .76
-Pickled White Onions  1.00 .75
Best Assortment of I'ickles   2.00 1.00
-Catsup,   Home   Made    1.00 .75
-Raspberry    Vinegar      1.00 .75
Section H - Manufactures
AU    Exhibits  in  Ihis section to  be  manufactured  in the
Province and shown by tbc manufacturer.
1—Display   o.    Castings uf   lion  Diploma
2 -Display ut  Lathe Work in Iron  Diploma
3—Display of  Hand  Made Horseshoes  Diploma
4—Display ol Blacksinitliing  Diploma
5—Display of Soda and Mineral Water  Diploma
i    Di play '■; Ales anl Porter  Diploma
7—Display   of   Suits   and   Overcoats    Diploma
S—Display   of   Boots  and   Shoes   Diploma
9—Display of Candies and Confectionery  Diploma
10—Display  id Saili and  Doors  Diploma
li -Display  oi   Joiners'   Work   Diploma
1-   Display  ot  .Mouldings in  Viun.l  Diploma
13—Display of Wood Turning  Diploma
14—Display ol Couches and Lounges  Diploma
15—Display uf Pa-try  and  Hakery   Diploma
16—Display of Plumbing     Diploma
17—Display ol Millinery  Diploma
IS—Display   of   Boats  and   Models    Diploma
I'.I—Display   of   Cigars   Diploma
20 Display of Groceries.
21—Display of Dry Hoods.
22-   Display of   Eurniture.
23—Display oi Jewelry.
.1    Display ol  Musical   Instruments.
25—Display of Wall Papei
26 u.splay ..;'  Pishing Tackle.
27 Dlsplaj ul  Hardware.
28—Display ol Blectric Light and Has Fixtures.
32-
33-
34-
35-
36-
37-
3S-
39-
40
16—Collection Amateur Photographs   3.00       1.00
16—Hest  collection   of    Photographs,    professional...Diploma
BCHOOL SECTION
Class 1st.        2nd.       3rd,
17—Pencil   Drawing,     free  bond,     boy   or
girl   undei'  12 years  $1.00 .50
IS—Pencil    Drawing,    free bund;    boy or
gfrl,   between   12  and   10   years     LOO .50
10—Water   Color,    original,   boy  or  girl
under     12   years      1.00 .75 .50
20— Water    color,    original,     boy   or   girl
between      12  and   10  years      1.50 1.00 .75
21—Maps  in      Color,  collection of 2,  not
Including  II.  ('.,  under  12 years    LOO .75 .50
22—Maps  in    Color,   collection  of  3,   not
Including B, 0., between 12 and It;... 1.50       1.00 .75
23— Specimens of Writing, capitals, small
letters and two stanzas of poetry, age
between    12 and     10  years   l.OO .75 .50
24—Specimens      ot      writing,     capitals',
small   letters between   3 and 12   years l.OO .75 .50
25—Specimens ot Writing,  10 lines  under
8 years    of     age   LOO .75 .50
26—Best.  Exercise    Book  under  12  years 1.00 .75 .60
27— Best Exercise Book between 13 and Hi 1.00 .75 .50
2S—Best  Scribbler  under  12  years    1.00 .75 .50
20—Hest    Scribbler between  12 and  16... 1.00 .75        .50
80—Fancy    Lettering,     High    or Public
School     Pupil        1.00 .50
31—Best collection of Wild Flowers of
the District, 1012, pressed, mounted
named, High or Public School pupil 1.50    1.00        .76
32—Special Prise—Map of B.C. in colors
12x11   in.,   map  to  he thc     property
of the donor of    prize, uge under  16 2.00        1.50
Special   Prize  Map.   might call  tor any      particulars,
feature    or features   that  the  donor  wishes,  such  as
waterways     and    drainage,  eonimer :ial  centres,  etc.
Design  suitable cover  for  Prize   List for   1918   Exhibition.   Fancy   lettering,    lirst  ten  letters  in  alphabet,
in as mnny different styles.
Best Collection ot Woods,  (Native and Foreign.)
a
—Best
—Hest
1
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Section I—Floral
FOR VMATEURS ONLY.
1st.        2nd.
collection ol    Annuals   three or
I.    *3.00      $2.00
I Ion  ..1   Asters    3.1111       it,60
1 osea   3.00      2.U0
collei weet  Peas; ten
m .    named   3.00
1  itllopsls      1.00
Ol   1 at nations      l.UO
Dahlias, Cactus   LOO
.   all. . 1 ompon   1.00
I   ihlinS, any other variety 1.00
II,   ; spiKes or more ... 1,00
■   ' . 11   > I 1 animus,   .1  or   more    1.00
' .   one! te        LOO
1   1.00
ll   Pel '.n.as     I.IX)
I hloi lu nu ndltrusses... 1.00
  1.00
1   1.00
Mines     l.W)
   1.00
  1,00
,.  I'ainciilata...  1.00
   l.ni)
   1.00
1.1 ■'
,1,00
..   LOO
... 1.00
1 00
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1.00
a       Mily.
'
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I nil
I DO
1 ■ "
1 1111
rn  i.y child
1 DO
bull
I I .Hi
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'   In,  111,lill   ol   ti
i'ld.
$1.00
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1.1:11
.75
.75
.76
.75
.75
.76
.76
. 16
.75
.ii
.76
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.75
.76
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Plants
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Section E    I >aii v Produ
i     ;. •.. l,it« in'. ' ■•    n  the building nv  -
■ ii.  Dctol  ■     1  mu '    "  the manulni   iri  1
11. 1   on   tht   11
Elhlbltot
I Deny Bllttei  in rolls 01  prltH  . (t '  "'
.■ Dalrj   Btittei   tub, croc*   1 ••' less th in   ■'."•   I ■•
:: 1 loin v   ,n    Ml on    not   li  1  1 h in   lit)
I I lone) .  Ht 1,nii.-d   not   lee .  I hnn  .'Him 1.00
Section I    Hum Baking) Pretervi
I I.l'■ lit
1—IJreail, white, tWO loiivcn baked in one pun...} 1 00
1
'111
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1 "1
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1
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1
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19
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11
tion I   Painting, Drawing, Et(
mi   i' 1 ' to       it iu
11 1  1 I/Me, 1  ..-nml
■ ni p., 1 1 1 'ci
Wilt."   In'  .1 i   ,-iiml
Watei  Color,  Mill    UH*,      '    hti
•a in,  1 .,1,,, . .   ,. 1   1 ,,|.v
I'elii ,1  nt   ' 111 v 1    1 ni.. . original
p.nui or t'l ' .1 Life ■ 2."6
nny lubjeot, copy 1 Ofl
l'en  and   Dili     Final
l'en   ami   Ink,   e..| i I    "
1 Intla      I'sintibi'  I i"1
Wood I'Mivin;'. relief  ft.on
Wood   riming,  ilii|i     1.50
Section K   Lace Work, Embroidery, Etc.
Class. 1st.        2nd
I—Point Lace  $1.00     $ .75
2—Houlton   Lace     LOO .76
a   Battenburg   l.oo .75
4—Teneriffe or Brazilian Point  Lmo   1.00 .75
5—Lace Handkerchief   1.00 .75
1:   Shawl iii Wool  !  LOO .75
7   Knitted   Btocklngfl    1.00 .75
fi .Eyelet, Embroidered shirt Waist   LOO .76
')—Tatting    1.00 .75
14—Drawn  Work     1.00 .76
11 -Netting  1.00 .75
13—Embroidery, In Mount Melllck   l.uu .76
13 -Embroidery, Table of Tray cloth, 5 o'clock... 1.00 .76
11   Blmbroidery,  in    Wallachian   l.oo .75
15—Tea Cosy    l.OO .75
16—Embroidery,   Doylies,   not   less  thuu   six     1.00 .75
17—Embroidery,  Hiyelet   1.00 .76
16—Embroidery  Sola  Cushion    1.00 .75
19—Shadow Embroidered shut Waist   l.OO .75
20— P.n Cushion   1.00 .76
21—Mlttons  or  Gloves   Knitted     l.UO .75
22—Hest   Six   Button   Holes     l.OO .75
23—lledroom  Slippers   LOO .76
84—Darnings tSocks or BtocWngsj   1.00 .76
86—Eyelet   Collar   or  Cuffs    1.00 .76
36—Embroidery   In   Hardanger   1.00        .75
27—Hest   old    Indies   work    done by ladies over
Sistv Veara  1.00       .75
K—Patch  Work  mult   l.OO .76
2.1 Embroidered   Monogram or InfttLals on  linen 1.00        .75
DO—Bouquet  nf  Paper    Flowers     LOO .75
Bl   Hest   Collection  of    Ktnhioidery   Work    3.00 2.00
32—Dost  collection  of    Luce  Work    3.00 2.00
33—Cut   Work     LOO .75
31—Coronation Work (Braid)   1.00 .176
36—Fancy Work Hair   1.00 .75
56—Bureau Cover or Set   I.CO .76
37 -Embroidered  Photo Frame   1,00 .75
}8—Hardanger  Embroidery   LOO .73
39—Embroidered Pillow Slips or Towels   1.00 .76
In    Knitted IJiult   2.00 1.00
ti   Crochet i.uilt 2.00 1.00
42—Crony omit   2.00 1.00
43—Smocking   2.<i<) 1.00
ti   One or two Under Garments, hand mado ... 1.00 .76
I.. .Jackets, knitted or Crochet    l.OO .76
li    Crochet  Doylies, nol  less than three   1.C0 .76
ff—Knitted Lace   1.00 .76
•is—Centerpiece,  colored    L00 .76
i'   Centerpiece, white   LOO .75
:,u   \iij   Vrticle ol Work not mentioned   l.oo .75
51   Honked Mats   1.00 .76
52—Crochet  Lace   l.OO .76
WORK DONE BV CHILDREN  UNDER TWELVE YEARB.
:.:t   Knil,tindery on Linen   1.00 .75
51   Crochet   Work  in Cotton  or  Linen    1.00 .75
58—Crochcl  Work in Wool   l.oo .75
Monogram on Linen or Cotton   1.00 .76
6"   Darning  1.00 .75
68—Besl  Dressed Doll,  Exhibitors own work
hand sewn   1.00 75
69   Brtl sn Button Holes   1.00 .75
50   Hem nichci Handkerchief   1.00 .76
ii   Picture siap Hook   1.00 .75
62   \ny  Article of v,,,rk not mentioned   1.00 .75
1 .    Kiiii.ni d,ie I Sola Cuthion, colored   l.OO .76
• I   Kinbrol ml Sofa Cuthion, white  1.00        .76
66   Kmbro lery, while   1.00        .76
...   ivi  •,.. 1. is. colored   1.00       .76
 1	
ADMISSION TO THE GROUNDS
The lollowing fees shrill  be churned for admission to the
lids;
Adults   60c.
1 bildren under 12  26c.
ngle    Carriage,    drawn by one horse  50c.
Occupants  ol  Hume,  enrh   50c.
Carriage drawn Ly two horses  75c.
Ol    .', .i'.i     ..I  satu ■.  each   60C.
ii.  ami rider  75c.
automobiles  50c.
.ntlls  of  Bame,  . I'll     50C.
2nd
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1.00
2nd
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.75
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2.0.1
2.00
Im Entry Forms and information write to
T. E. L. TAYLOR,
SECRETARY,
REVELSTOKE, B C.
3 BATURDAY, SEPTEM11ER 21, 1012
THE MAIL-HBEALTJ,   EEVELSTO'KE
SATCRDAY,  SKI TKMDER 21, 1012
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
The way those 1912 Model Coats are selling, proves
to us that the style is right. As to workmanship,
fit and finish, we were sure of this right along, as
they are made by the best Coat and Cloak makers in
Canada.
Groceries and Crockery Department
FISH!   FISH!
Call and have a look at our table of Sardines.
A fresh stock just in, consisting of Crossed
Fish, King Oscar, Spartans in Oil, Concord,
in Tomato, Brunswick 3 tins for 25c.
SEASONABLE FRUIT
We have a large display of Fruit this season
and the prices are very low. Peaches, Canie-
loupes, Green Grapes, Red Grapes, Apples
for Cooking and Table use, Oranges, Bananas,
Lemons, Crab Apples and Plums.
Now is thc time to leave your order for Green
Tomatoes, Ripe Tomatoes, Pumpkins and
Squash.
We have a car of Feed just in, containing
Wheat, Shorts and Bran. Specially low
prices on ton lots.
Marmalade
Large shipment of Marmalade just placed
in stock which includes Robertson's
7, 4 and 2 lb. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 lb. jars;
Chiver's in 1 pound jars; Kciller's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and 1 lb. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's. 7 and 41b. tins and   1   and   2
lb. Jars.
BARGAINS IN TEA
Wc are going to give you a   Bargain   in   our
celebrated Sunbeam Tea.
Red tgoodi per lb     30C.
Blue (best)     4"L'-
For Friday .md Saturday only.
Try   a   Pound - Afterwards You Will Use No Other
Largest, Most Exclusive and Most Attractive Line of Overcoats
Ever Shown in this Town
WE ILLUSTRATE only three ot the twenty styles of overcoats we are showing in the far-famed 20th Century Brand line. No such range of styles and cloths
was ever before offered to the good dressers in this community. They include long,
heavy ulsters, single and double breasted, beautifully draped and tailored in all the
new overcoatings, check b.tcks, naps, etc.; medium length styles of smartest conception, tailored in tweeds, meltons, etc.; conservative styles of quiet dignity, and
snappy styles for young men. Full-lined, shield-lined, tweed-lined, chamois or rubber interlined, as desired. The new Raglan styles are among the smartest and most
exclusive. Patch-Pocket styles, the new two-piece top sleeve, the perfect convertible
collar and belted effects are the newest and most correct touches and are shown
exclusively by us.
WE WOULD APPRECIATE an opportunity of proving that you should buy
your Fall and Winter Overcoats here. We solicit your order on the basis of variety
style, fit, quality, tailoring and moderate price. -       PRICES, SI8 to $40
NEW FALL BOOTS FOR WOMEN
We have jiut received our flwt ■tilpmetit of J. & T. Bell's line booti Ioi women, The styles ire exclusive mnl
right up lo the minute. Wc would like to call your attention to the lad tbat the i>re-cnt mm*. .11 i* one ol button
boots iii nm and K"» metal; patent booti will !«■ woru to aome extent, imi chiefly in the ItiKh top, We sre prepared to show you the newest creations in the best of workmanship, and ;i>^ ouly th.tt you look ovei oiu '.ill
showing. PRICES   $4 TO $6.50
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
FANCY COLORED CURTAINS
We have a crowd of the New Fancy Colored Curtains we
want to let go;—got an overstock of them. They are the
new ideas in Nets with floral designs. The New Colored
Muslin Cathedral Draperies.
The $2.90 Lines. Now $2.00.   The $4 Lines. Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERANDAH SHADES
In Wood Splint, Fancy Colors. An entirely New Idea
—the Roll-Up kind. All lengths, very decorative and
useful. Gives you privacy on your own verandah that
you cannot otherwise have.
Get Them At Humes.     A Large Stock to Choose From
	 SATURDAY. srapfRMBl
TEtE 3^^i:l-:b::e:r,^:l:d, revelstoke
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, lfllfl
REXJ3 & YOUNG
cordial
public
Mr.  A.
welcome will be
t  nil   these Kciviw
N
tho
Sir Wilfrid at Cubelt
Mclntyre an.l wito, have
Clobalt, Out.,  Bept,   19 -Sir  Wtltr-ld
i.m, n Bpending n weok holiday  In. Rev-  ,,,,„,.„.,., ■„ .,„ 0jareBa tare lust oven
olstoke, staying at  the roBldeni I   ,IVi announced that   bo had   planned
their    brother     Itov.  R.J.  Mclntyro.  to >1(,vuU, Qim90it [urbher lo     public
Mr. Meinlyre ia well known In Rovol- »Bervloei j,-,,,  ,|US reason ho had como
tn Northern Ontario to Btudy the ro-
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
Wednesday, September 18th
latest flew fork and Paris Designs
REID & YOUNG
tit.ik.., being lormerly yardmaster
with thfl O.P.R. at this point, and
now trainmaster at Vancouver,
BUSINESS LOCALS
■ xv. HILL .'■ lay,  Septemb
er ISth,  1112, .it thi nee     of
Mr. Vi. T.  Johnson,  by Rev.  .1. W.
... ■     B.D     Jeannie  Hill     to
CQtViiHG EVENTS
Winkle,   at
tembet   is- -Rip    Van
eatre.
.-    - In i ■ I  Kentucky," .it
■   La rosse       Revelstu; u
., cn   ■ ■ n  Park.
■.    i I  Homestead"
■
Septem -1   2S   Pollard  ' ipera  i'u,  at
the   m era House.
Octobei   r—Managing Mildred Optra
Co.,   iiiu^ieosj  theutre.
Octo'^r ith, Hth .mj 10th, Revelstoke
Agricultural     dociet'.j s    Fall Fair
and Horse Racing.
Week commencing Oetubei i—UluJ -
atone Sisters und Edna liaaiiull.
Octobei M—The Missouri Girl ut Km-
y.eo. theatre.
Johnson Fljno :;.i'..uti pictures com-
,l6- soon, Empress theatre.
Pri:sku;i\(.  Hr:AS(»
l-'i.i I':. ■ in in'.' Pruits we handle only lhe best. Ii vmi wish to pro
cure such fruitt v. cannot be beaten eithei iu qualit} or price, we
would udvi e you to place your ordei >*itli us. We will guarantee deliver) ..I ail orders taken,
FRUIT JARS AM) RUl.BERS
This season we are handling the celebrated Mason Fruit J-.r.s in Pints,
Quarts and hnll gallons. These Jars require no comment, They are
par excellence,
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
LOOK HERE—High Mass Furnishings oi tho Uglow home, Sonrtb Si.,
cast, tn be koIiI by auction, Thursday
Hept, 2f.tti, at i:30 p.in. II. Manning
auctioneer,
Sab'! Sule !! Sale!!I— Auctlonl Alto
tieul! Auction!I! must be sold, 11.
Manning has Instructions to sell the
entire (urnlshings ol the I glow homo
Fourth Btroet, east, everything will
bo knocked down on Thursday, Sept.
_.tli, commencing at  1:30 p.m.
WANTED—Furnished houso or Apart
ment,   Apply   Mrs.   Kelly,   Box  Hit:,
city.
qulremouts ot tho people
"The problem wo aimed to Bolvo by I
reciprocity remains," he went. on. "it
can not be Ignored, 1 *liull continue
to plead with the Must, to glvo justice
to the Wost. Willi all my tanilis, it Is
my aim to wold tha Canadian people
iu a grand harmouious condition."
Sir Wilfrid continued his addross
wiih n roferenco to the naval question
and an exposition ol liis policy ol a
Cunadlan uuvy.
" if England ever be In dangw
nay, I will not say that—11 anythlug
lie evei oven on trial, 1, a Canadian
nt French origin, will ho tho lirst to
to to the people and call upon thom
In assist   with  all our might.
"Two Inspirations have guided my
public llle, They will continue to do
bo Canadian citizenship and lintisli
ties."
lilt uli iH BRItf
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lievelstoke Inside Property
Real Kstate is ^^IIiijk rapidly. Why uot ^et iu before all the most desirable resulenuu! iot& ure taKeu up.'
L*ast weeK we in.uie several good SHiea io locui buyers and it will onl) be a
bhurt tune before u.csc iui* ure uli closed out,
Call at on. ottice and Ktl ll111 particulars, All our property can be sold
un ta-) teruib.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Mr. nml .Mrs. Tucker are going    to  t evei   young players.   Tbe stores   oi
the coast  citiee  lor abriel  *tn>      ui   the city Bhould     make     an ellort to
two weeks. lol   a couple ol  hours, as     the
game does uot  start  until  I p.m.   it
Mrs.  Madden and  daughter Gladys,   would  on,y  uma  a( ,,,   o|   a(ew|
who have spent  the  week  in  Vancou    hoMa   Bn(J  ^  W(jU, „     en.
ver, return home tonight.
I
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laj .-: mmi-
-
Hon
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Warren  Andrews and  Anin.:   Ma I
dox   aro  on  Mt.   Kevelstoke,   looking
;,.r  ihe   McCart)   saddle  horse  which
i on Sun lay lasl on tli.' moun
tain side,
Auction Sale, 1 re
, utile  bo i
cleared,   Su <■    ■ danniug
,..L   llic   I
i iust,   Ki .
■   .:■   ■ |   m.
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Ml.   It.   H.i.is,   nm'
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now Mrs.  IJ. Neil.
Loyal Order of Moose, 11185
Kevelstoke Lodge  10«6,  Loyal    Or
iler oi Moose, will institute Thursday
evening, Sept. 26th with a class ot
lllll at tlle lower Oddlellows  Hall, one
big feature of the large class will be
the Initiating the large band of Kevelstoke. Those who have siiiticil applications will please call at. bend -
quarters and get their receipts lor
medical examination, .i.e. Longbehn
organizer nt Kamloops reports big
prospects for a lodge there, The Vancouver lodge SSS will close its charter on Sept. M, with u membership
of nei.
Those Wishing to got ill with tlle
ian;" class us charter members can
.lo so by seeing the organizer whose
ollice is in tlie Watson Realty Co.
Coal Miners in trouble
Cumberland, B.C., Sept. is- The
Cumberland  collieries  have   been   nil.'
for   til.'   past   two   ,lays   ninl   til-   Ex
tension mines at Ladysmith will be
idle tomorrow peudlng a settlement
of wii«i tne miners claim are griov -
ancca es.stmg between the Canadian
Collieries, Ltd., and its employees.
Here between 1600 mid imw men arc
involved.
Leaders of the miners stute tbut re
ceutly the men appointed a committee
to Interview the management on ques
tious ,n dispute, but tbut the mun -
agement refused to treut with mciu-
bers oi tbe United Mine. Workers. The
trouble according to the meu bus resolved itself into a question of the
ii it i. .ik of tbo uuion.
Ladysmith,  B.C.   Bept.18—A    mass
ing ui ibe employees of the  Ex
■a mines will be held here tomoi
ro*  t.. discuss tbe situation     which
developed in connection with tbe
:n. a and tbc Canadian  t'oli,cries,   i.t.I.
■ net al  mat
erh  .   Ltd. who
present in       l      ,     tated yes
it  tie   Cumber-
.   tnds ana
iow   l hi   reason
.  itrlke.  "I'er-
i know     nothing
,.     ■ ict tbat
ries."
Auction Sale
Tho entire furnishings of Mrs.
Uglow's lioine, 4th Street, East,
will be sold hy Public Auction
on
THURSDAY, SEPT. 26th
at I.30 p.m.
Consisting of two Iron Bedsteads, complete; .1 dresser, 1
stand, j chairs, 1 square, sev-
picces   first-class oilcloth,
oral
dinmgroom
dining   tabl
complete
beautiful   loun
carpet    bullet,   oak
chairs to   match,
irlor    furnishings,
two   heating
stoves, line steel
utensils,  tic ., 1
Tl
range,   kitchen
lis is only a  partial   list
the   bargains   whicli    must
e'earcd.
H. MANNING
AUCTIONEER
•
liie West's Protest
iln' Black Key Study made her sad,
ll.r tune  was wrong,  her tunc waB
bail;
She said xuuil bye to all tbe fuss,
Anil bought n  ('.outlay Angelas,
i\t the Itevelstoke Music Btore.
GUNS
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 thc Best. Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Taints
THE,   FAMOUS  QUARTETTE
The Great Double Mule (..Mint tei te ill   " Tbe Old Homestead,'
Ai the (ipera House Friday, September 27th, ll)ll
ASK FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED POLDER
Showing the wonderful   development taking
in the "City of Certainties,"
place
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Men' Military Brushes
... $9 i" ,1 pait
Shaving Stropi
Shaving Bri sues
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Razors
,    ■ ( -i .ms Mnl Face
• aftei Shaving
COLDS   AND   COUGHS
' in In m    .im!    - .
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129 Cough Remedy—SOc.
anil
Bvvi;   Cnltl Tablets    25c
, I   I     Icefl in tin- null ''   '
«ill  givi     "i'   pl   mi'l
iatli factioi  1 lUarantceil •;
Mun,..   Refunded
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Month;
DERBY   'All SOI i   IIA
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1 iti   i| nits and 1>
Drop in passing and
lit 1 ■     .I nr,.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson Hals Fool-Rite Shoes
REGINA, SASK.
It gives a great deal of reliable information of Regina and shows the exact
location of our New Subdivision there called
KENSINGTON
which is omitted by those who know Regina to be one of the best investments in the west in Subdivision Idts. (.'time in and see actual photographs
fit' Uegina's handsome buildings. Dollars invested now will double in a
year's time and you can buy now at the opening sale price
$150 AND $175 PER LOT
Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
Six Roomed Modern House on Fourth Street, only  $2,200
Six-koomed Modern House on Third Street, only  $2,000
Light-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 not.ee that future premiums
are payable to us.
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G. FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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