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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   l?(0
Interior Publismng Co., Agts,
Come to Revelstoke Fall Fair, Oct. Sth, 9th, /Oth
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The Mail-Herald
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Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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Vol. 18-Wo   ,, lbt»r
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCT 9, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
THE BURNING 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 Desiyns
New Features
The best selected
stock in Town
Prices Right
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Airtight Heaters
Oak. Iron
Heaters
Double Healers
Electric Heat'rs
Stove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
Come when yon can gel a Rood Rejection,
Steel Ranges-$46 to 580.     Coal Stoves-$18.50 to S30.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
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I Imperial Bank of Canada
6 Hor.<l Or+'i:io-Toronto, Ontario.
J Capital Subscribed - 6,000,000.00
X Capital Paid Up -      -       6,460,00. .00
X Reserve        -      - • 6,460,000.00
S> Total Assets,       • - $72,000,000.00
6 Branches or Aget<ts at Ml pr.OC.pd P"ints inJCanada.
X Aeents In Great Britain  and United States-London, England,
? Llovde Bant. Limit-d. CUca-KO-first Nationn. 1Bab k. Ool ■n!hx-
O change NationaJ Ba.uk. Bei.tLW-8w.itla National Bam... Man Pn.n-
X cisro -Wells Fargo Nevada National Banr.. 8pokane-Kvha.iK«
National Bank.
Savltigs Banff Department
current
Deposit*  of $1 and upward,  r-.rfived, and  interest allowed at
■ent rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. 3. MoCieneghan, Mgr.
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Ladies' and
Children's
Another Shipment just to hand
Mrs. A G, Crick, • First Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh yen witli Iti 1'riKlit, spicy
Bavoi ind (ragraocy. Bold In 1 Ib.
li'ml package!
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G.W.BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
PIANDSPLAVfR PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds oi
Small cTVIusical Goods
Fifth Fall Fair
and Exhibition
Official Opening by Hon. Price Ellison.—Wonderful Fruit and Produce Exhibits.—
Poultry Section a Big Feature.-Horse Races Provide Fine Sport.»-AI|
the Fun of the Fair at Revelstoke.
Tiuvduy, October Sth, was the open
Ing day of thc bi£ fair, for (our dayB
previous the .Secretary had boon busy
completing the Until arrangements, receiving and looking after the large
number ot exhibits from outside
points, laying out tor thc horsemen
competing iu the races, aud the various sideshow artists their quarters
at the exhibition grounds.
On Monday evening everything was
completed, the lust ot a record number of entries had been allotted in
the new building, everything was in
apple pie order; but it was ruining,
the weary otlicials looked gloomily at industrial
the threatening sky and spoke pessi-  |iere today
quality of the produce of     our  other two    days of the fair.     Com
1  have  never seen  liettor veget-   nieiiclng at 3:15 the results  were:
the
Boil.
ables than you have in this exhibit,
und the keeping qualities ot your
fruits grown on non-irrigated lantls
at these high altitudes is a factor
which will tell In yonr favor In bringing the very highest prices. In your
eflorts to extend your agricultutnl
and horticultural operations Iiy securing the throwing open of thc lauds
in this district, you cau depend upon
our utmost uud cordial support. The
people  ot  Revelatoke,   the  ladies  und
all  those
misticully of the prospects for racing
on the morrow. llut the lutes were
more than kind. At 11:30 a.m., on
bhe opening day, a glorious sun broke
through the clouds, the duy developed into a typical specimen of the "Indian Summer" variety. About 1:'30
p.m., numerous rigs chartered to convey visitors to the l'urk commenced
doing a lushing business, aud by 'I p.
m. a considerable crowd ot visitors,
and residents "gone a fairing" were
arriving at the scene of the exhibit -
ion. At A p.m., Hon. Trice Ellison,
Provincial Minister ot Agricultural,
with M
children,      and
brought  their     exhibits,  are showing
the possibilities  of your district     in
the varied lines of agricultural     and
productions     rcpres.ntod
and they are  to be con-
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
gratulated upon the success which has
attended their efforts.
In your endeavors In still lurther
extend your exhihition buildings,
which even now are too small ior the
adequate showing of your products,
I hope you will have faith and courage enough to provide for the future,
and I will always be willing to meet
you half way at least. (Cheers). It
is gratifying to me to know that you
have spent $18,000 in this work, your
grounds and buiUlingR are a permanent asset to the citizens and to your
city, and I trust that in the near turn company    with Mayor Sutherland,  ture you wU1 see y0„r wny lo   n(,uin
President A. Mcltue of thc Agncultur-   cxteml  your ualli  anytilill(,  ,  r,in <lo
al Association, Secretary T.E.L. Tay-  t0 (.nc„urase you I shall bc very pleas
lor,  and  other  officials,   mounted the (1(| in,lPe<1 to (lo     (Loud an(1 prolong.
grand stand steps, trom which clcvat-'e(| c|„,erBr)
ed position, Mayor Sutherland, in    a
lew well chosen remarks,     introduced
the  Hon.  Gentleman  to  the  ussemb -
luge,  and  called upon     Hon.      Price
Ellison  to  formerly  open  the  Revel -
stoke and District  Agricultural Association  Fall  Fair  and  Exhibition for
year 1912.
Hon. I'rice Ellison then took the
platform, and speaking in an easy,
conversational style, well suited to
the simplicity  of the occasion,  said:
It is u pleasure and a surprise to
me to be here today. Your membei',
the Hon. Thomas Taylor said, "You
must go to Revelstoke and see for
yourself whut we cun do." When I
came to these beautiful grounds this
morning, the sight ot your exhibits
was quite sufficient to tell me that
you arc in the front rank of thc Agricultural und horticultural industry
of the Province, iL'heers). This oc -
cusion is a great encouragement ulike
to the Agricultural Department and
to yourselves. I am sorry when you
were building, that you had uot suf-
ncent conttdence iu this vast district,
extending from Sicamous to thc Ar -
row Lakes, to build an even larger
addition to your exhibition building
than the new building planned and erected i,y your Association during the
Past year, and which even now is almost overcrowded with exhibits ot
the produce ot your soil and climate.
1 am glad to be informed by your
President, that tbc building is pluu-
ned -vitli a view to future additions
and eitensioiiB, those extensions will
shortly be needed, your exhibits must
increase wonderfully in number and
quality, lor you huve in this district
homes lor thousands of people upou
thc land.
FERTILITY   OF    SOIL.
1 notice in my travels through this
district, that clover is ulmoBt a weed
here. Where such is the cuse, you eon
liva aud grow fat, on thc business ot
agriculture.   (Cheers).
The quality ol your product shows
tbat you huve sufficient moisture by
the rains, and are not culled upon to
irrigate, wbich is a very greut ad -
vantage indeed.
RAILWAY BELT LANDS
I hope that you will insist upon the
Dominion government opening up your
valuable lunds. It Is very importuut
to this town, that tbe luud iu this
district, which is -o eminently suit -
able for agriculture, should be thrown
open, (loud applause) und thut it will
lie covered with u permanent population ol prosperous agriculturists.
ra.J    I think it your luud be laid
First race, Four and a hall furlongs—1st, Nellie Rncino, 2nd, Coin-
bury. Four horscB started, and it
wus a very close race, the winner tuk
ing the lead three quarters round the
cotiisc and kept a length ahead to
the Unish.
Second race, Five Furlongs.—Dor-
Ide, 1st; Trlstie, 2nd. A well contested race. Trlstie was tbe favorite
in the betting, and led right to the
end, when Doridc passed on the inside
who  have   and won by a short head.
Third Race, Quarter Mile Local:—
St. Peter, 1st; Baby Doll, 2nd. An
easy race. Three started, after a lot
ol trouble getting thc horses oil' at
the Mug. Ht. Peter took the lead
from the start, and won by two lengths, leaving thc Held to tight for
second place.
Fourth race, Six Furlongs—1st,
Lord KosBington; 2nd, Melar.—Four
horBcs started. Lord Rossingtoii wus
favorite according to the odds, but
most of the money wus up on Josie
S. Melar was considered a long shot
at Uve to two. An exciting nice,
Josie S. led for a while, but the distance told, und Lord Rossingtoii
came home Hrst, with the long shol
a close sccoud, and the held two len-
ghts  behind.
The full results of the exhibition,
from the official pri/ie list, will be
published iu our Saturday issue.
BOURNE BROS.. LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on goods is .■ qnality name, Imagine the
comfort in uslnfj a Met larj Sh ve Simple to wi ik, eai)
to clean, and ec inonili sl on i net,
Sporting Goods
Rilles ami Shut Guns, single and double barrel, Winches
ter, Remington and Stevens, Repeating Shol Guns, shot,
Shells and Cartridges, all calibn Shooting L\ its, Cat'
tiidgr Helts, liuu Covers, Game Trapa, all aiaei
Groceries
Fresh  Kippered   Herring  just arrived,
Vegetables, Coffees,  TeaSi Hay,   Flour
piles.
Putter   Crocks,
Chimi and Glas
Beau
ware.
Crockery
mul   Jugs,
Pots
Irish   Fruit   and
uul  Poultry  Sup-
i!   sizes.    Choice
PLUMBING HEATING
Special Attention 1 aid t<
TINSM1'
11 Orders.
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.    Telephone No, 22
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I hope the people of Revelstoke and
district will patronise this exhibition
you have a splendid exhibition and
line "fair" weather.
I now declare this exhibition open,
and trust that ,j>. will all Iwive a
very successful time indeed. (Loud
cheers.)
President A. McRae—Ladles and
gentlemen, I have vary little to say
in addition to the previous speakers.
1 take ihis opportunity, on behalf of
the Association, of thunkiug the exhibitors. On behalf of the Revelstoke
and District Agricultural Association
1 present to you sir, thc Hou. Price
Ellison, this gold mounted cane, as
u slight token of thc esteem in which
you ure held by thc Agriculturul Interests of this district, and as a mo-
niento of this pleasant occasion.
The Hon. gentleman briclly and appropriately expressed his thanks, and
the strains ot the Maple Leaf brought
the opening ceremony to a close.
AROUND   THE  FAIR.
The crowds then dispersed, and in
a few minutes, the fun of the fair was
in full swing. In the Poultry und
Pet Stock building, gathered an eager group of enthusiasts, admiring the
showing of prize winning birds, whilst
the judges and officials  were still cn-
Personnel of Ducal Party
Field Marshall His Royal Highness
thc Duke of Connaught, Her Royal
Highness the Duchess of t'uunaught.
Her Royal Highness the Princess
Patricia.
Miss K. Pelly, lady-in-wuiting to
Her Royal Highness the Duchess of
Connaught; Miss O. Adam, lady-in-
waiting to Her Royal Highness the
princess Patricia-
Lieutenant Colonel H.W. Lowther,
O.M.O., M.X.O.D.S.O., military secretary; Capt. T. H. Rivers Dulkely,
C.M.I!., M.V.O., comptroller and equerry; Major 8. Worthington, H.A.M.
C, M.V.O., medical officer; Captain
W. Long, D.S.O., aide-de-camp; Capt.
H. 0. Duller, aide-de-camp; Mr. W.R.
Baker, O.V.O., representing the C.P.
R. and -everul representatives of the
British. American and Canadian press
associations.
GIVE US THE ORDER
Green Tomatoes per lb.
Pumpkin per Ib. 	
Good firm onions per lb	
White pieklir.K vinegar per pal. only
FRUITS A.RR1NG  DAILY
He
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.John McIntyre *s. son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Heal Hijjnia.io wedding
A churming Highland wedding was
thut of Miss JeBsie Maclean, daughter of the late Mr. John Maclean of
Minneapolis, U.S.A., and of Mrs.
Maclean. Temperance hotel. Shield -
nig, Locheurioii, to Mi. Kenneth Mc-
Qregor ol Revelstoke,  t'unadu.
Thc marriage was solemn, sed ln
guged ,n making rounds, marking the   truu Highland fushlon, lho bridal par-
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.
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SH0R1 ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainimii, nikcyutf headquartcri here.   Qulckscnrlcci   PcricctCtaaulIattsa
uud Reasonable Prices,    Gtve Ui a Trial.    "We Nun sleep.
score curds for each exhibit, previous
to announcing the list ol prize and
honors won.
In the    main     Agricultural      Hull,
where thc fruit, produce and art and
industrial  sections  arc  housed,      was
to be scon a wonderful collection    of
horticultural  aud agricultural     pro -
| ductions,  awaiting the arrival ol l'ro
IcbtoI' Wirndow,  who will perform thc
'judging on behalf of the Association
und     tho Department,   Hero is fruit
which  would make     littlng  ornament
for thc "Garden of Bden," specimens
of juicy  apples     which  would  tempt
| another Adam, plums and pears that
bung  water  to  thc corners of     ones
i mouth, und peaches almost as big as
foot balls,   i'assing on  to thc veget -
able section, tho  Irishman iB reminded of his native  land,  when he     Inspects  bushels of prl/e  winning potatoes; there arc giant cnbbages, Blacks
of crisp white celery, and evory sort
and description  of     Held  and  gnrden
produce,     topped     by   an     enormous
pumpkin   weighing   KI   pounds,   which
looks solid enough to     mnke several
Comfortable dinners for a family    of
more   than   RoosevelUaO   proportions.
One  side  ol  the  hull  ls  takon      up
with un assorted exhibit from Nakusp
by Mr, T. Abriel, which is a
creditable exhibition  of  itself,     und
would attract ,i crowd in uny city in
the world.
ty marching to church headed by a
piper through the length of the picturesque village of Khicldaig. The
prettv young bride was conducted by
her uncle, Mr. Duncan Macrae, who
gave her away. The nuptial knot was
tied by the Hev. Samuel NIcolson,
minister of the Kstaldishod Church,
in thc presence ,,! about 100 guests.
Mr. Donald Macrae, merchant (uncle
0. the bride), wub best mun, and Miss
Lilly Maclean (sister of the bride),
bridesmaid.
The bride looked very sweet in a
gown of ivory sal in trimmed with
Pear)  broidery, the yoke and sleeves ol line Incc, white satin shoes and
long tulle veil  draped over a coronet
of orange bloeaotn ami white heather.
Miss Lilly Maclean's frock was a pule
blue ninon, with shoes and hat «n
suite.
i After the ceremony ft reception, fol.
lowed by a dinner and dunce, was giv-
en  by  Mre,   Maclean,   mother    of    thc
bride, at the Temperance hotel.   An
enjojrable evening  was spent,  dancing
| being kept up till the morning—Peo-
pics Journal, Duudcc.
Opposed to Amalgamation
ui! In blocks, you     will huve a trc -1    ';~
moduli,  oi    ' .i. the laudn of this district.
THL    LXtliblTlON.
It is vory gratifying to sec sucb au
exhibition   as  you   have  hero,     which
is a credit ulike to the exhibitors and jlework, and  varied  home productions I Would be to kill out  thl
thc  Association.   Take  for      instance | preserves,  brend, etc.,  IB well  worthy   synod   by  taking     away
Upstairs  is located     thc Industrial
section, and tho display of nrt, necd-
Ualilui,  Oct.      J—The  ITi'sbytorian
synod, by „ vote ol IU to ;i7 voted
against the amalgamation oi the eat-
tern nnd western hum Ion funds ofthe
church,   Kx president  Porest declared
ilml tbe result of the a iiiilgnmatlnn
lift 0l this
itB personal
QOCHH>O<K>CrO<>OCK)^{XK><>0-0-C>CM;<><)
Meat Society HBranb Clotbes
Go tbe fair fleyt M;ek
They are the fin st modem  ready-
to-wear clothes rm.de.   'II •
tages of buying clothes of lhi
are many;  you can see NOW how
you are going to look.     You
IN ADVANCE what you are .
to get.
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTH..S are
finely and substantially tailored.
They nre built to wear and
to satisfy.
flfcclRac
fl&crcantilc Co., %to.
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WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
A. Ci. TIIIAKISON,
MANaH.l.H
the exhibit of Mr. Thos. Abriel which' of the high fttandard In other depart- ("titurt  with the work of tbc rhurch
•bows what can l>e done by one man, meat*. nnd that the final effect of the whole
when engaged in friendly rivalry and     Throughout thc afternoon,  a scries movement for centralization of church I
in a task which Is congenial to every  of horse races are     pulled oft,     and work In Toronto    would lie biireauc -1
exhibitor, namely, ol    demonstrating these events will be continued on the WJ Instead of Presbyteriunlepi.
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} J. G-TXY BAEBBE i
i C. P. K. WATCH INSPECTOR. $ I,   1012
'flECE MlA.TlLi--£TT±l-nj>a.°T.n,  li " VllLgTOK-E
WUDNfiSDAY, ooTonrcn 9, 1013
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CCAl   COAL   COAL
here ai i we are fully pre-
d to      , ply your reqn remem s with any
Give your order eai ly,
BANKHEAD COAL
Brok $10.50 per ton
LO.BO per ton
10.50 per ton
... S 7.") per ton
LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL SOFT COAL
\ ■ coai 9.50 per ton
grcon Soft ...... L1.00 por ton
BE SURE AND ORDER EARLY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
n ci, n! m   obsreperoue   horse and
wl      1     words ol    love    in    Its our
ouprhl to ho bun:.', in tho nearest telephone pole.
Honor Roll
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WKi.Ni- SDAY,  01 TOBBR 9,   1912
By the I appear    In
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ty of th t will already
away.
loubth      have all
.   the  opportunity
.■• .    —n.  and B«e for
... itlons which will
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.; .oil and climate ior
, . . ipening ol the high-
agricultural and horticul-
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It ie indeed titling lhat at the Bame
as thi     howing of our farming
being made
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iinilisr iicojiGs Broken
Knifahtiy Honor ContErred
\ . tm lu, i mi . :: Su- Rlchui .1 Mc
Bride, who ivaa recently created a
i.n. nt I'omninnder ot the Order ot
Bt,  Mlchn '1   ind St, Heni'i'M nt     the
til ,'  11... distribution of     bithday
honors, ivns last nighl at Government House, inst prior to the uiliciul
dinner, Inve it id by 11. n Royal Highness ihe Puke of Connaught, with lbe
Insignia of tins distinguished order,
iho ceremony being ot a private nature,
The insignia consists of a star,
i adge and riband ol the order, the
seven rays of tho Btar surrounding a
ilgtire ol st. i; >orgi destroying the
dragon, this encircled bj the motto
of the order, "Auepiclum MelloriB
A"vi."   The   badge,   which is  worn  on
a rihl  pendant from a crown, is of
i •Hilar design, while the riband Is
ol   Baxon   blue   with  a  t Ili ll   stripe    of
Bcnrlel iu he worn across the breast.
The ceremony was witnessed by Sii
iin luud and Lady McBride's children
ihe investiture taking placu In the
nee of Then- Royal Highnesses
the Duchess ol Connaught and Princess Patricia.
It   was   by   the   special   wish  of    His
Royal Highness that the children of
Blr Richard and Lady McBrlde were
present on thia noteworthy occasion
in their lather's honored career.
Pull lax io liu Cancelled
Vancouver,  B.C., Oct. 3—"The leg-
lalature will meet in  January,     and
tbi   Indications alread]   point    to    u
Ion,   As 1  Intimated    Bome
time ago,"   aid Premier McBride, en
to .New  Weetmii iter (air, "a
.11 Intents t.i    the    pi i evenue
laws wlll have a I lomiui nt  , ...
.' tin. The proi
new law  m Ul involve i he canci Ual lo i
...  iii   old  three dollar poll  tax     ■■ ■
well ne impoi iant changes In i b
pi rsonal and i ■•... pi..
• n..  taxation.
"The >; ivernment, true to th
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[following I ' ho honor roll ol Selkirk sell,ml for tho month ol September:
lliirh Third Render- D. Mackenrot,
ti. Lundell, i S, Moran Pat Skeno), F\
Porta, n.  Porta.
Low Third Reader L. Hobson, 0,
Johnson, \. Cashato, D, Hume, M.
Oondwla.
High Becond Reader—O. Laughead,
w.  Proy, J,  Smith, li.  Rushford,    J,
lill'M'/.o.
Low Second R lader L. Beech, .1.
Patrick, If. iiMM.ii. K. Kincaid, K.
Davonporl
High First Reader P. Tlvlio, 10.
Kiev, !■:. Carlson, L. Hayward, ll.
Curveon.
Low Firs! R i ler B, McDonell, ('..
Donaldson, 13. MacArthur, W. Corml
er,  R,  McCleneghan.
Low Second Primer—W. roller, J,
Ringer, K Rohlilns, II. Briggs, A.
Gnllicano,
High Si nd Printer   J. Carmichael
Q,  Mien-Hi,  is.  Micielll,  H. Goodwin,
A, Tovln, C.  Kimberley.
llieh First Primer I,. Pradollnl, P.
Skew , J, Gosh, li. Frey.
Low Second Primer—R. Howlett.V.
Paleck, c i.iino/.iii, A. Corning.
Low First Primer -T. Caraechio, K.
Squarebriggs,   ll.   Nelson,   A.  Hobson.
Commissioner Maber on the Results of His
Investigation — Early Action Based on Report.- Size of Homesteads Not Determined
British Football
London, net. 5—Today's results   In
football follow:
FIRST DIVISION.
Aston   Villa,   lf>;  Sheffield  Wednesday, ii.
Holton Wanderers, 2; Westbromwich
all.inn.  I.
Chelsea, :.'; Sunderland, ft.
Liverpool,  ft;  Ever ton,  2.
Manchester  United,    I;     Blackburn
Rovers, I.
Middlesbrough,   l,   Tottenham Hotspurs,  l.
Newcastle United, I; Bradford City]
Notts County, ft; Derby County, 1
Oldham   Athletic, 0;   Woolwich  Arsenal, 0.
Sheffield  United,  1;  Manchester City
one.
SECOND DIVISION
barnsley 2; Fulham I.
Bradtord 3, Uury i.
Bdrnley 2, Bristol City 2.
Clapton Orient   1, Blackpool ft.
Glossop 0, Lincoln t'ity 1,
Hull City 2,  Notts Purest 1.
■  tei   Fi   n   I,  Leeds City 1.
Preston   North  End 1,  Birmingham
nil,
Stockport   County   11,      Haddersfield
Town,   |.
Wolverhampton Wanderers 8, Grims
by Town  u.
SOUTHERN    LEAGUE.
lire: tli rd '    Queen's Park Rangers2
il ltoveis a, GiUingham 8,
Northampton I.
Watford 2,  Stoke  I,
too 0.
-'.   M.i thj r Town   3,
imouth l, ..
Brig [on   1, I'rys-
ii'C 2.
I Arg
■
	
ins 0.
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.
Commissioner Maber, appointed by
the Dominion government to Investigate the matter ol the Railway Belt
Lands, has n(,w completed his Investigations In the Revolstoke district,
and  left on  Monday  for tho south.
Interviewed  by n representative   of
the Mail-Herald  prior to his depart
uro,  Mr,  Maber Bald as follows:
I am of the opinion nfter going ov
or the ground thai thoro is land hero
which should he made available for
homestoad entry, thai Is land whieh
lias iii-en logged oil by ihe Lumber
Companies and Bome lnnd which does
not contain merchantable timber. How ,
much there might be i cannot say at
Hie moment,. There aro BomO eases
which wc will havo to Bend our timbei- cruisers over In order to ascertain the section lines ol the logged-ofl
Ian-Is and to decide cases ol dispute,
iu which the licensees and myself differ as to the value ol the timber. Dc-
ini'f any lunds can he withdrawn, it
is provided by the Timber Law that
the licensees shall be given sixty days
formal notice by tho Department. Ii
will, therefore, be two or Hire,, months, or perhaps a little more, before
I can i:et around to final action, but
the whole matter is now in course
and we will  make progress.
SQUATTERS ON LANDS.
I have laken note of all eases. Tbey
are more numerous than I expect ed.
The timber on the land and thc value
of their Improvements have been estimated by gentlemen who accom -
imn .-.I me and wlm are experts in
these lines, so thai, their quality us
claimants is a matter of exuet record
Some have done very good work and
have placed valuable improvements
mi  the  land.
RIGHTS  OF  SQUATTERS.
The squatters have no rights. They
are  men  who have gone on  the lund
without thc right to do so.   Insofar
as  the  Homestead   Law  is concerned,
they are simply trespassers. A aquat-
ting siination has grown  tip here because of the scarcity of land and be -
cause  such   logged-off    lund   as    then!
wns suitable     for     settlers seems  lo
have  been  unduly slow  in coming ollt
ol timber license, on that account    I
have some sympathy for thc case   of
the Bquatters  in this valley.     From
what  1 have seen of them I think the
majority will make good settlers. The
department has more or less discretionary     power    with respect to such
claims.   It  Is.  however, for the pur -
il     terminating this   system of
ig  wil ii our lands that  we    are
Dg  the  pi ms. nt  Investigation nnd
ttlement.     The     claims  which the
-  are now asserting are really claims created by trespass.   They
I ord  with  our  Home -
stead Law or poliey. Hereafter such
squatting will not bc recognised nor
permitted. We will draw the lino between timber berths and timber
lauds on th,. one baud and homes!end
lands on the other hand. The limber
will 1)0 removed and unliable lands
opened up us promptly ns is reason
able, iiui tiie department and not
tho  sqilatterB      will   hereafter    be   t he
judge and the authority In these mat
tors, To secure a right to u piece
ol land the applicant must  got an en
try ii mn ilie lund office In Revelstoke
nr   Kamloops.    He  does  not  get     any
J in hi  oi  prior claim by applying ei-
Ither   verbally   or   in   willing.   He  only
rets the right    when the land agent
ai'iepts bis fee and issues him a certificate of entry, Thai Ib tbo provision uf the law.
II between now and tbo time ol opening of lunds any squatter goes on
land, he will lose his Improvements.'
The land he goes on will be disposed
of ns if it. were not Bquattod on, and
tha squatter will be forced to re -
move. I will not be able to make an
other tour of Inspection before lhe
lands are opened tor the purpose of
enquiring further Into Bquatters
claims. So far as new Bquatters'
claims are concerned, the matter is
ended. The old ones will be dealt
with by the department on their merits. The situation with respect to
lands in tbis valley calls for this action, and that will be the policy
which will bc followed with respect to
tliis valley, officers ol the department will be authorized and Instructed to keep the lands clear using such
means ns ate  necessury.
As to the squatter who goes on
land on whieh there is actual timbei'
und whicli is valuable on that ue -
count, there ure only one or two men
of that sort. Their action is not only illegal but is impertinent. There
should be no public support of such
cascB.
HOMESTEADS.
This question i.s a dillicult one. You
certainly have a beautiful valley here
and one which will be heard from in
the future, The small holdings policy
which seems to innl particular favor
in lievelstoke, is a policy which involves B limitation of the ordinary
homestead idea. Thui is to say, its
ultimate success depends on the devel
opulent of the laud by a competent
class of furniers, whose efforts are dir
ected to specialized forms of agricul
ture. I euuiiot say at present thut I
am prepared to recommend that a
homesteader should get less than lftft
acres. 1 intend to make some further special Inquiries with respect to it.
1 would not advise that anyone tuko
for granted what the decision of tho
department will be in the matter.
daughter,   P,  Wade,   11.  OramBltank), 0|
Peterson,  F.  W.  Crick,  J.B. Dlokson
wife  and   family,   all   of      Itevelstoke;
W, F, Johnson, W. J. Gerbraoht, 0.
Lilja, 10. Wilton, 11. Anderson, W.
Garland Porstor, P. Wright, p. Fiot-
cher,   A.   ll.  Twe.ldle,   of  Nelson;   Sol.
Lang.ll,  Mrs.   H.W.   Atkinson,   Rossland;  11.   A.   Mel'oll,   ll.   Mee, Titos.W.
! Edwards   of   Vancouver;   I'.A.   O'Far-
I roll, Now   York;   P,   ,1.   Hennessy,      of
< Dublin, Ireland; E. Hillman, Beaton;
J, A. Lunge, London, Eng.; A. .1.
illaney, Okanagan Landing;   ,1.   Evansl
d. c. JohnBon, Salmon Ann; Mrs. J.|
Tanner, Mrs. J, Tedder, It. Tedder ot
Seattle,   Wash.;   Ernest  Toogood,     of
Sandon;  S.   Dully.   II.   Thoiubor,    of!
Kaiiiloiips; ,I.A.  Nieol,   wife and child
Penticton; Mr. and Mrs. I'..A. Chiles,;
Burton Oity; F.F, Llebschor and wife,
A, M, Oavan, J, D. Oavnn, J, Rahul [
J. A. Meinn.'s, Sllverton; G. Pottet, I
Spokane; J, Oroll and wilo, Montreal
.1. i',i.IiImii, Roseberry;  Urnest Sthebll
Germany;   Dr,   A.   Mossman,   Nakusp;
A.S.  Siiundi'is,   Rogers  I'ass,   AI Kin
nedy,  Winnipeg.
A  SIH'I'ESSPUL TREATMENT
Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merldcn,
Conn., HI years old, was advised by
bei- Physician to try Dr. Martell's Po-
niale rills, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
say the same. 211 years tho sUiudai'd
at your  Druggist.
NOTICE
ConsarvaJyes Urge Appointment1 Regal Party Stop at Halcyon
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in, B.C., net. j— I'rging upon
irnment the need for
.■ portfolio of mines,
■ nent ol Robert F.
.  Kootenay, to     tbe
CUtlt       :   the   Nelson
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i hi 'i   ■ ompl ilnl i  muy   tie  notl
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I •""   with   the  mining  industry  nullum lur the poiltlou."
Halcyon, B.C., Oct. tth.—The O.P.
It. steamer Iionnington, with the Vice
Regal Party on bourd, made an unexpected and unscheduled stop here
this forenoon and the distinguished
visitors spent a pleasant hour at this
spot. The Duke of Coiiuuught uud
some of the gentlemen of thc suite
Halted up the steep trail to tho
springs and sampled tho mineral water where it gushes from tho rock at
a temperature of lit degrees. The
Duchess, Princess Patricia and tbe
ol tbe pariy, amused themselves
around the hotel; the black cub boar
imo   was   in   his  usual   playful
 ning  .a  foi   a huge share ol
attention.   His  Bruin-shlp  was snap-
■• ted     Innumerable    tunes    in all
ol attitudes.   Princess Pat was
••ii      iveral    bunches   ot
tgara    grapei just ripe,
• • neK that have been
ll   upon  the  log Cl Ibbing ■   sup
 > .hm   in   li, ,i,i   ,,f      the
tei     returning    from     the
-1     Royal   ii .'ini.-     Inspei I
''■ii'.i ol the hotel and   the
i - iora .u, i Bhowi .1 ib.
hi  everything,     The
.  perfeel   da)  ol
in. i  and thi   whole party
■ ■'. to onjoy  11.     little break    In
-   .  to tba full,
land    ni.nlu   her   usual
Bonn ngton  uas mill
l be lineal pai ly on tbe
a, front ol the hotel espied Hon
'.   Burrell   on   In.aid,   nml   waved
.. reiponded  to
sei     I ui by tho
Crowd    ol nliled
on the
.      Halcyoi ip.tiling Co pi - - nted
.    , i    I f with, tv       . ,t
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taking thi   bath   sl  preeenl
■ ho  ' .hm   to -.   and
■ i  i  miiiietcni.  stiiiuiii i   io  cope
Halcyon  bills cue
iport,       lllue   grouse   ■ i.clng
;lentiiui ibia loaaon,
Among the guei ti regi iti red at tbi
sanitarium lor the paat ten days nre:
Wu. Ogllvle, Mis. R, llowson, P.W.
Terry and wife, F. Robinson. Mies
lively a    R.'itililli'.      E.   Edward!  and
Ten Late C, P. Crowe
Grand Forks, B.C., Oct. 4—Oharlea
Francis Orowe, a laborer on a boom
at   the  Cascade  saw null,   was  drown
ed iu ten feet ol water in the Kettle
river nent where be wns working. Deceased was 32 years of age and came
from llobciygeon, lint, lie leaves a
widow and Iwo children.—Nelson
News.
It will be remembered that the late
0. P. Crowe was formerly a resident
of Rovelstoke, having worked for tho
Dig  Eddy Mill  Co.
Rovelstoke Land District.
District of Wost Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1, Adelard S.
Blondln, ot Halcyon, 11. 0., occupation Ship wight, Intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south ol a poinl In the South
boundary ol Lot 7X72, Group Ono,
Kootenay District, which point ls
distant -III ehuins West from the
South EaBt Oorner ol said Lot 7872,
nn I marked "Adelard s. Blondin's
North East Corner PoBt"; theuce
south -111 cbuins, thenee west 2U chnins
thenee north 10 chains, thence cast 20
ehuins to the point of commencement
containing SO acres more or less.
Ruled  thc 83rd  September,  1012.
ADELARD S.  BLONDIN.
Agent.
1st issue Sept.  25th
Dress Making
A. B. S. Tailoring Sitol"
I laving now secured suitable
premises, w ili open in ihe
TAYLOR UiaOCK, over
McRae Mcicantile Co.'s
Store, Monday, Oitober 7.
All orders for dressmaking
promptly and skilfully attended to.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
LumI)
Catherine Goodwin
Eox 26
Revelstoke, B. C
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
l)eforc£huying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the hush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Sliirts
Blankets and everything
r^finirfsd m vour ImslneM
To-Niaur
%s
FIRST
SHOW
at
7:30
p.m.
WW
All
NEW
ACTS
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America's
Greatest.
Juvenile
Dancers
and
Acrobats
Everything
Entirely
Different
from last
Engagement in
Revelstoke
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ADMISSION, 15c. and 25c WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9,  1912
TECE3   O^^IL-HlE^^I.rJ^-R.El-V-ELSTOSlEJ
WEDNESDAY,  01 TOBER
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Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
| HARV ISY,  McCARTlSR
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  llanlt   Building  Revel-
siok..   11. O.
Money to Loan.
OtUc.s—Rovelstoke,    B.   0..     aad
Cranbrook, 11.  0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvoy
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
191111
$ 3,000,000
3,000.000
28,677,780
27.457,090
33,01X1,192
1911
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
85,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engiueerini
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX    106.    REV ELSTOKE
W. H. WALLACE. M.B.0.8.A,
A R C H 1 T tt C T
P. 0. Boi H6, Kevelatoke, B.C.
Has 83 Brunei-rs In Canada, and Agents and CorrnsponileiilB in nil
the Prlnolpal Cltlos In the World.
A QrNF.RAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT AT ALL  BRANCHES
Inierost allowed at highest ourrunt rate.
Revelatoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.  U A.  F.
i.n■! A. M.
Regular niM.'i .n, ,■ are heiil in MAS
ONIO TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
ou the Third Monday in each month
At 8 p. m. Visiting hrethren ar*
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Hecretary.
. . It Might Be Cold ■ .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Haie;.on Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenerj of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
COURT      MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  Mtl.
OF I. O.  F.
Meets ln I. O. 0. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera  House  every  second
aud fourth  Monday  In  month.   Visiting hrcthren cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Hue.-Sec
O.   W. O.  W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 1124.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wo.lnrs
duys    in  each  month  in    etc,',, rk
Iiui:       Visiting  Woodmon  arc
cordially Invited  to attend
A.   J.  WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMES   McINTYRE,   Clerk.
Union   Hotel
||JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     51.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to he arranged.       Meal Tickets, 2] meals for £6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. I'. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton iS, Tapping, Proi s First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
SELKIRK      '.ODOR  12,   1.  O.   O.  F.
Meets every     ?'hursday evening    in
Selkirk  Hall  at 8 o'clock.      Viaitlng
brethren cordially invited.
JOHN LYON       M.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K.   of    P..
NO.  26.   REVELSTOKE,   B.   O.
Meete every  Wednesday except    the
Third Wednesday of each month      ln
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8  o'clock.  Visit-
Ing KnUhti are cordially invited.
F. W. TERRY, C. O.
G. H. BROCK, K. ol R. * S.
If. nf r
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction  guarantee'!
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming-'s Transfer
Riiililina:, Second Street
NOTICE
Revelstoko Lund District,
District of West Kootonay,
Tuke notice    Ihut      William    Henry
Wilcox, ol Revelstoke, u.i'., occupa -
Hon,      Prospector,  inten.Is  lo    upply
tor permission to purchase the follow
ing described lands:
Commencing at u post planted ou
the West bunk ol the Columbia river
about iu cbuius below Seymour i'reek
thenco west -111 ehiiinu, theaoe BOUtb
40 chains, thenco oust lu chaius more
or less to Columbia liver, theuce
following the Columbia river north
to point ot commencement, and contuining IUU acres,  more cr loss
Duted  August  Sta,  11)12.
WILLIAM   i.lh'.NRY   vVIJOOX,
Applicant.
Andrew Kitson,  Ageut.
1st issuo  Aug.  .Hut
NOTICE
Hevelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tako notice thut 1, John Albert
Lunge, ol Loudon, England, occupa -
tion, Traveller, intends to apply tor
permission to purchuse tbu tollo.ving
described  land:
Commencing at a post plunted by
North East Corner ol Lol liuu I, on
thc Upper Arrow Luke, ami mu'ked
"J.A.L.8.E. Cornor," tbence north
4U Chains along the shore oi AiroW
Luke, theuce west 2U chums, tui umc
Bouth 4U chuius, ihence eust 2'J chains
to point of commencement, contain -
ing lill acres, more or less.
Duted luth September, 11112.
JOHN  ALliEUT LANUE,
Per Fredrick W. Terry, Agent.
1st issue Sept.   'Jik
WATER NOTICE.
For a License to Take and Use Water
Nolice is hereby glveu that tho
Canadian 1'iiciilo Huilwuy Company
will spply for u licenso to tuke uud
use Fifty Miners indies of water out
ol a small Creek, which II .ws in a
northerly direction uud empties into
lllecillewaet River near Twin Untie,
'lhe water will he taken at Twin
Dutie and will bo used for railway
uud domestic purposes ou the land
ileserincd as C.l'.K. Company's right
of wuy.
This notice was posted on tho
ground on tho 2Mb day ol August,
1UI2.   The application will bo liled iu
the ollice ol the Wuter Recorder    ul
Hei elstoke,   D.C.
Objection muy be liled with tho suid
Water  Recorder or  with tho  Comp -
troller ol Water Rights,    Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B.O.
Oanadian Paolflo Railway Coinpuny,
Applicaut.
10.  W.  Uatciiiiin,  Local Right of
Wuy Agent,  Vancouver, ll. ('.
Fust  issue  August  Mist.
f>^% •» %t% %%% t
0
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Luud District.
District of  West Kootenuy.
Tuke uotice thut Johu R. West, ol
Revelstoke, R.C, occupation., Saddler
intends to apply for poinussisn to
purchase the lollowiug described
luuds:
Commencing at a post planted on
the West bank of tho Columbia river
about tl) chaius below Seymour Creek
theuce west lu chains, thenco north
4U ehuins, thenco oast 10 chains more
or less to the Columbia river, thenco
following tho buuk of tho Columbia
river south to point of commencomeut
und uniiiiii.ii; IOU acres, more or
less.
Dated  August 8th, UU.
JOHN   R.  WEST,  Applicant.
Andrew Kitson, Agent.
1st   i-i-i.e.   Aug.   21st.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving.    Orders will have
prompt attention.
Oriler at Kootenay Agencies
McKenzie Aveue
A. Davidson, PH2!f
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
•J.   ALBERT     STOZNTjE      IPiROIP
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. D. C.
fi.   Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repair*, Hot Air, Plpo
And Furnaca work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connauftht Av*.  •   Re.v«l«tok«
UNION HOTEL
ARKOWHKAl), B. 0.
Special Attention given  to  commercial
men   and   tourists.    Kirst-rlas*  samplt
roonin. Finest scenery In Uritish Colum
bin, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lund District.
District ol West Kooteuuy.
Tuke nolice tbut 1, Luuu A. Blondin, ol Hulcyou, 11. 0., occupation
.Married Woniuu, intends lo upply for
permission to purcbuse tbe following
described  lunds:
Commencing ut a post plunted ou
tbe South boundary of and tu cbuius
West from the Soutb Kust Corner of
Lot 7S72, Croup Une, Kooteuuy District, uud murked "Luna A. Bloudiu's
North-West Corner Post", tbence
south 2U cbalus, thence east 40
chalas, thence uoi tb no chains to said
soutb bouudury of said Lot 7872,
tbence west ulong suid boundary In
chains more orless to the point ol
commencement contuining MJ acres
more or less.
Duted September 23rd, 1912.
LANA A.  BLONDIN,
Fer A.  S. Blondin,  Agent.
1st issue Sept. 25.
NOTIOB
Uevelstoko Lund District.
District ol  West Kootenuy.
Tuke uotice that I, William II,,yd,
of Halcyon, B.C., occupation, Hotel
Keeper, intends to upply for pe: mission to puicbuso the lollowiug dei.r.iib
eil lund:
Commencing ut a Post plunted at
tbe North West Corner ot Lot 100,
Croup 1; theuce north bU cbalus following lake shore, theuce east 111
chains, ihence south if) cbuins, thence
west 4tl cbuins to point ot comuiincc-
ment.
Dated September 24th, 1912.
1st issue  Sept. 28 Wm. BOYD.
NOTICE
Revelatoke Land District.
District oi West Kootenay,
Take notice that 1, Jeun .Juti-ie K.
Hi.md,ii. of Montreal, Que., occupation Merchant, Intends :j apply foi
permission to purchase the Io.., wing
described lands:
Commencing at   post piuiuei     iu
chains south trom a point in the
South boundary ol Lot 7872, uroup
One, Kooteuuy District, which is distant from tho South Kast Oorner of
Buid Lot 7S72 GO cbuins, uud marked
" Jean Hat.se 3, Blondin's North
Kast Corner l'ost"; tbenee south 60
chains, tbence west 20 chains, thence
north 00 chains, ihence east 20 strains
to the point of commencement, containing 121) ucres more or less.
Dated  September 23rd,  1912.
JEAN   BATISE  Blondln,
Agent.
1st Issue Sept. 25th
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clenn coal at Coursier's.
Lethbridge coal  is  unsur
Robbins
passed.
she
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tuke notice thut Murshull Deiiuh,
of Revelstoke, B.C., occupation, Logger, intends to apply for permission
to purchuse tbe lollowiug described
luuds:
Commencing at u post plunted on
the Eust bunk ol tbe Columbiu river
about one und u bulf miles below
! Rocky l'oiut and about two miles
above Peterson's ranch, theuce 4(1
chains north, theuce 10 cbuius west,
| tbence 41) chains more or leBs south
to the Columbia river, theme following tho  bunk  of  Columbia river     to
point of    commencement, containing
; liill acres, moro or less.
Dated  August itb, 1912.
MARSHALL DHRRAH,   Applicant.
Androw  Kitson,  Agent.
1st Issue  Aug.  31et,
See t lur Plan
Phone, Ui.i.  or Call
IHE CANADIAN HOME
INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
C, S. MARSHALL
Representative
NOTICE
Rovelstoke Laud  Dlstri:t.
!    District of West Kootenay.
Tuke notico thut 1, Ktucl Vcr.na
Boyd, of lluieyoii, B.C., ocO'luatloa,
Married Woman, intends to apply foi
permission to purobase tin following
described land:
1 Commencing at a post planted uu
chains lu a westerly direction turn
the South East Corner of Lot 7S72,
Uroup 1, thencc 10 cuius south,
tbence 10 chnins west to lake shore,
tbenee 40 cbains north, tbence 40
ehuins eust to point ot commence -
ment, contuining IOU uens mure ,r
less.
Dated  September 2lib, 1912.
ETHEL   VERONA   b'jYD,
I'er Win. Boyd, Agtot.
let iseuo Sept. 28th
WANTBD—Furnished house or Apnrt
ment. Apply Mrs, Kelly, Box 2111,
City.
NEWS FROM FAR AND NEAR
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Calgary already bus  16 candidates tb (90,000,000,  and potatoes
In tbe Held tor the mayorality, « I .",000.
more entries to come.
worth
In 1894,  187-4  masters and     seamen
Tho death    ol     Sir Richard Cart    and 1197 passengers, making a grand
wrlght  makes eight  vacancies In
thl    ti ta    ol  3071, were lost, hm compared
Senate  which   when   filled    will    contain iiiii nine Liberals and     twentj
eight   Conservatives,     leaving   u   Liberal  majority  of thirty-one.
Hefore leaving London Ior Paris,
.ui ins way to Egypt, Lord Kltchenei
received warning tbat he might be
;iii,i on route, Consequently extra
ordinary precautious were taken tor
bis safety by the Bcotland Var.l
police authorities.
Vi. McNalr, ot   Vancouver,   reports
having  located  titty  ciuims ou  a  bein
auto deposit at tbe headwaters     oi
the  Ohileotln  river.      He    claims    to
have io.ikio.uou tons ol themaUce In
sight. The outlet .,( the dlatrlcl in
Which the Locations bave been made
is Bella Cooltt.
.- '    997 masters uul seamen and 24
ngers (a total ot 1021) in    1911
I --figures  which  appeal-  in  a    British
mercantile marine return Just issued.
The proportion of mariners     lost    in
1894  was one  In  116; last yeai'  it  had
.   to  one  ,n  248,      Nearly  250,000
Beasmen are returned as serving     in
ii  seagoing merchant ships last
year,     it  is noticeable that   ol last
year's     total over 23,000    were     en-
gaged on BteamBblps, as against only
16,000  .iu  sailing  vessels.      lu      1891
68,837   (teamen     woike.l   under      Ball,
against  159,267 under steam.
Attacked by Bear
Wilmer, Oct. 3—Left tor .lead  by un
infuriated   female  grizzly   bear,    who
bad  mauled hnn almost to uueonse-
oueness,   is  thc  nerve  racking      aud
lue : tbnli.ng   experience   that   K.C.   Chip-
Sulclde Point,   Niagara  Fail-,  ii
more.      Workmen  employed   by
state conservation commission cut it'mun,  chiel  of  a  Dominion geological
uway. lt Is estimated tbut more peo-
ple ended tbeir lives from this point
than possibly any other point aloug
the river, and this is bow it got its
name. The point jutted out ubout
eight feet over the water, wltb a
sheer drop of 1U0- feet.
Speaking before tlie Empire Club
in Toronto, Right Hon. Walter Long
said thut   bis   experiences iu   the   west
survey party, while camping on Mineral creek near Winner recently.
Had it not been for Mr. Chipman's
presence nl m.n.l tbere it uu doubt
but that the bear would bave killed
bim.
Mr. Chlpman bad gone out from
camp alone with bis ride— not to
bunt—but to examine the mountain
s;'.. behind the cump, which is very
steep,   as  to  tbe  best  place  to    scale
had shown bim tbat naval defence it for trianulatlon purpose-, ou tbe
wub uo dead question there. Every morrow, Presently he sat dowu on
one fiom the farmer to tbe lawyer a [og t0 ^ggt an(j [e]j lnto a deep rev
realized the necessity of British pre ... :iljm which be was awakened by
doiniueuce, If ouly for lhe selfish ! tne advance of a bear, which hud
wish of protecting the empire's trade I charged at   bun    from    Bome  bushes
route and food supply.
Demonstration of the existence of
tbe platinum group oi metals iu
some ol tbe dyke roads m tbe vicinity of Nelson wlll be made shortly
by Andrew C. French before the pro-
wuhoiit the slightest warning.
CUB BEHIND HIM.
As be struggled in surprise to free
bimsell, he saw a Pair ot cube to one
side aud behind bun. Unknowingly he
bad sat down to res: between a te-
vlnctal mineralogist oi sum.. other ,uuit. grizzly uud her young. Firing
person appointed by tbe motallurgi -, o!„. ^ot, De rushed down tbe steep
cal experts In this district, Including 1 mountain  side,   the     beai   lollowing
If  she suul  "bring  chocolates
meuiis "Sugar Ho..!" chocolates.
All Bobbins' coal la cleun screened
Lethbridge lump coal.
Tbe "Sugur Bowl" hot cbocolutc,
eollee und  teu, etc,,  is unsurpassed.
Four oars of small bruiueltes now
in. Positively the best coal lor summer use, cleun uud economical. Itevelstoke  General  Agencies,  Ltd.
The best all round coal 0:1 lbe i. ar-
ket is Bobbins'  Lethbridge coul.
I'm- lasting iiuullty use Bobbins'
coul, ono used, always a customer.
buukluad  coal   in all  sizes,   biokeu,
egg  und   stove,   it.-,eistoke   General
agencies,   Limited.
Cleun, smokeless, [uiuaco lump uud
nut coul at Coursier's.
Thc "Sii|,-ur Howl .•'ountuitij', like
Charlies Aunt, .>. still ruumng. w„
uie still serving out to Satisfied customers our delicious ico creuin, sodas
aud Sundaes.
li.i. s the road lo comfort, ,i i,.n
Isbed thirst, a Cool body aud a le -
treaded one, the only way is >'iu a
cool 'ii.nl. at tli,- . ., .n Howl loiin-
tnifi,   McKeuzie   Avenue.
'In prove llic ipiulity ol Ro'ibloS
Let', rnlgc coal, any one not fuli«ll)l
will il muy return it.
No better coul than Bobbins' Lethbridge coal has ever iiniie to Revel -
stoke.   To provo it, try it.
A t-'EW BNAP8—7 Roomed House
Third street, 60ft. Lot, $1ZU0.til). A
modi in House, Second street, J8fi0.UU
.Modern House, Connaught uvenue at
J1600.00—Roveletokfl  Uenoral  Agencies
li.i lime whh wrong, her lune was
Che Black Ke) Study made hi i    ad,
bud;
Shu said good bye to uil tbo limo,
And  boiiglit a Uourluy  Angelas,
At the Revelstoko Music Btore.
Tbc "Sugar Bowl" Luncheonette Is
now running in Connection with our
soda fountain. Ladies will Und here
a coinloi table place to get au afternoon cup of tea, chocolate, coffee,
beef tea and light refreshments.
Make nit ynur order for your Wm
tcr's supply of coal. Wo have the
goods on bnnd and will deliver at
your own convenience It you nnirl in
your order early. Revelstoke General
Agencies, Limited.
one of the stall of the Consolidated
Mining  and  Smelting company.
A large number ol settlers and
prospectors huve been going north
ou the truil from Lac La Bicbe to
Kort Murray this summer, according
to H. dark, of the forestry depart -
ment, who hus just returned to Ottawa. Kort Murray, which is on the
Athabasca river, is over 200 miles
northeast ol Bdmonton, and the Al -
beria capital  is  tbe  nearest  railway.
Having  accomplished   the  feat     of
smoking   I  cigarettes  In    twenty -
four boars,  Miss  Pauline    McKenale,
daughter of a wealthy mine owner
of Boulder, lol.. is in Ilellevue Hospital, New York, undergoing treatment in the paycopathic ward. She
was taken to lhe hospital ufter a
policeman lound ber making un incoherent speech to a crowd oi men
and boys from the stoop of the
Church of Holy Names.
The Western Lands, Ltd., bas sold
its furm property ut North Baanich,
020 acres, Ior 680,000, or oue tbous -
and dollars un acre. The purcl.as-:.-
ure a syudi.ule of Knglish uud Scotch investors. The property comprises
what were formerly known as the Le
Poor Trench and Breed farms, having
u mile uud a half of wuter frontage
on Cole Hay. lt is surmised tbat the
purcbuuers intend to subdivide and
make it u high-cluus residential urea.
1'rospocts ol a coal famine aii along
the Pacific coast have begun t.i give
Shipping   interests     i„,   Uttll       .uceru,
particularly operators of tramp
mer under Charter to transport wheat
lumber, flour to Europe „ni tbe or
lint. On account oi the coal strike
at Comox, s.i!... .. niith,
in' ,    there    bus yet       ..  a  heavy
drain mi the supply ,,t Beattie, Port
land, i'aooma aud othei   N  rth  l'aci
lie porta, and the eltuatlon b
u •■•■'... .n aspect.
Lord Stanhope, a Unionist mem
bor of the British House of Lords,
interviewed in Toronto, expressed
Un- opinion that the people of British
Columbia should be on the alert
against .J.ipaucso Invasion. He did
Dot think that It would occur for a
few year., but ho pointed out tbat
aliM.il> Japan wus almost master of
,,;l Pacini ocean und that they were
looking f..r another place of eettle-
ment, Hi aid tbut British Columbiu iid' nil the Ideal plnce !or them,
as (he liocky Mountains made a
natural barrier.
Thl unseaeonal li .itorniB and cold
experienced during the harvest -
gathering time of the past month
havo worked  havoc  among  England's
crops.    Farmers say it   will 1,0   tho
worst hurv,.Rt  in  thirty  years.      Tb*
present period marks a crisU in
British harvesting,    Kvery .!»/    tbo
with such     determination and     force
I tbat   it  rushed  cleau   past   him.      Instantly Mr. Chlpman turned and went
back up the bill.   a.  a  bear, however, can run faster up lull than down,
he  wus  quickly  caught   hy   the  huge
infuriated     plantograde,   wbo shook
■ bim  from side  to  side  as easily   as u
terrier     sbakes  a rat.   Luckily     the
fierce  shaking  caused  the      bear      to
' lose her footing on the steep  bill sido
and  both   rolled   togetbei   some      distance  down   i„.foie bringing  up.
RESORTS  TO  TRICKERY.
lt was now that Mr. Cbipman displayed tbe courage aud presence of
mind that saved Us ..... for, on
bringing up among some bushes Ue
la] pii.ict.y quiet, feigning death.
Satisfied, after smiling him all over,
that be really was so, she ambled
.i-i.,, to ber cubs. "Livingstone and
the liou ol South African lame re-
peated ail over   again!"
on his men getting t.. h.in be was
d   .nto  camp  and   made      com-
I Mta  ...  while a couple of men were
sent down here for     Dr, Opie, as it
was  found  impossible  to    carry    Mr.
Ohipman   out   from   the   bead   ol   Mineral creek to tbe junction with Toby,
river  and   tbe   logging   road,   ' c auso
of tbe    wind fallen and snow     slide
Umber  wbich  lies criss-crossed  s.x to
■  i   deep    for    several      miles
down tbe Creek valley,   in. Opie got
tn Mr.  Cbipman    about   midday    on
Satui lay,    altei   a k-a,luut  tight    for
b   am nt   un.l   fallen   timber,
his ankle  .u tbe  process.
SAVED  BV  LBQQIN08.
lie found that tbe leather leggings
woin by Mr. Cbipman bad practical"
ly saved bis npbt iei; betoa lhe knee
. II j. but not so with
th left, whu:. .a badly torn above
lbe ki.ee from tin ibaklng; the bears
••.th In..llg deeplj tried .u tho knee
ali i,  Inflaming  it  considerably. Oth-
se,   i \r>.pi   lor s,.ine scratches and
ti ;. cloi ..,:., Mr. Cbipman will be all
right again probably n a mouth.
Tha .s d... to ins presence ni mind,
w.tboiit which he must certainly have
u n torn to pieces.
This is a magnificent range (near
Wilmer) ..n both sides ot the Columbia river, lor grizzly, cinamon and
black bear are very little bunted. No
trapping of these an n als has been
allowed ln recent years south ol the
C.P.R, and they have Increased enormously, so much bo that ssttlet
afraid to go auy distance from tbirt*
homes.
Is Breaking Record
Ottawa,  Oct.  J—It is tbe  Coi.:.
expectation ot the officials of tbe .in-
m.gratioa branch  that the num!..
new arrivals in Canada for  th*'
rent fiscal year will considerably ox-
oeed the     100,000 mark,   Figures   for
the flrst  live months of the fiscal year
issued the other day show an increase
difference.      Iretween    enn    anl      rain ' fr"nl  u to i:' l"'r c*nt over last year.
means a difference of thousands     of \ " this percentage ot Increase m main
pounds sterling to thm of the most  talned,  and  it  Is fully expected    that
valuable crops la England:     Meadowjit will, the 400,000 maik will be past*
bay,   worth    1110,000,000;   cats wor- ed for tbe first time, WEPV! spay, OCTOBER 9,   1912
SPLENDID
DEVELOPMENT
.; , remai kable
; mont of i lie Aril  the  pasi   im-.i   years
the tl . inual     fruit fall  held
i m orthj
| M
. .   .  the
.1 Ions of tbe
iBtb ,' section    ol
nted  i..    a
ind th    ..
.  om   .  i
.      .1  lioun,lary  may
roud. The displu)   ol  apples
. nd demon iti   ti
ich   demons!' n
a>, ihe posslblllt...  ol
dlrectioa,
I  .'..th  ih.-       plaj        that
i-egetu  .     . :  vai
■ ic  excellcni •■  -•:     -   rich
Ide   iiiunnei
..'     Ml.
ini b ..f ag
ture in the 1 I       ucccss
r of thi   Vrrow
iui Ion   -mi i
t rcl    tb .     ort, be hi
Tl '    ■ ; i  -soI,.„i
■ ; .1 II.  \ esti ii| i.iiii    > oth oi
■   I  ■ time an.l    their j
ng   iln- event   a
■
l\   NEW  BUILDING.
iir was held .e. tnc new
.   the   An mi
i ,; ..ii,      the
il which are ,,i Nakusp.
I   ,n
or   f M.I  .n     an.l
on,   itands as n
i.. the enterprl     ami   tbe
I   li  Is
f that     ■  ... i •       mi      .!
i   popula
tor    ilie
ivtatlno
...
il   thc   N'akusp    fruit
, I. .-.'illative       of
. ,   this  .III
.   an  in lie it .mi    of
n ol Kootenay will I.e
n tl     next few
thi   p- opie     o!
irj    -.'. .'.I    have
of fail's of
tl     tact   thai  the buc
■   i-n,all.  is ,,  con
co iiiti y'- pros
One ..!    the
irlly sl like
.; confidence
irection ol
fear's
rhicl
r ol
i,,r next
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T-H-iE. 3^tAir,-s:n±3i:i^k.rJxj, Tt c^t^jlisto Kztii
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1918
the province.   Thanks to the wetness
of the     season,  ii  Is not likely  thai
all of this will 11,   umm.I.   The b ilance
will  bc    poi      n  preparing tor    uexl
ye
FORESTRY   TEACHING   STAFF
In  the  development   ol  tbo  provin
, ,, -   .■:,   i   policy a  new  branch in to
l,e ., ided, that  ol education. Tho first
pro     sor,    or     whatovor he  may  be
pro   irly  called,  has  already   been on-
,,        and  will  Boon  I it hero,    I to  Is
Mr    loj   Campbell,  a son ot  Mr,  A.
r.  i  unpi ill.  of the     Han ard stair,
ini    ,'u, mi I a grail    to ot 1 he Toi
onto   University   School   of   Forestry,
I lis .lm les will consist  largely of go
imong   the  people  whenever    op
portin oui hlng ihe value ol
forosti     , lie    at'   -   way  of sel I Ing olll
mil   .- ImiImi r oil ■   portnlns     to
■a.ll. He   Will   also   give
imlllll'   1, i t life    111   the   schools and else
1, Iii        Mr, i 'ainniii'll. iu tact, will be
i h    idvatii -■ i-uaiMl of     the     forestry
tuff wh cli win  in- iii tachotl
to ibe new provincial unlvers I\
It   .       . . om nt   61   I "iit    i Ini!      v. hen
I i.i:    V,    I!.   Ross gets     his forcstrj
Into  lull  opei ai on,  n   prettj
..at   ,,i   mi n.i   w .11  I m     ro-
ipin   l  for  Its  maintenance.        There
ablj   n  hiindr til  million acres
'  : i'ii  in  tho province.   If the
Uoi   ' Ion    [overturn nl '■■■  t il Imato    of
hall a  mmiii   per acre p i   i ni mi    tor
Are  pt ..ii-,.i ion be acccpto I,  it   means
.-a annual expenditure b;   Bi I Ish Co
lumbin   nt  half  a  million  dollnrs  Ior
l-hle  purpose,   On  tho other  hand,  it.
is calculat   I  thnt thc annu il  provincial rei  iiuc from     loresl    Ian,is can
without   difficulty  he  rn sed   ,'■ mi  its
present  throe million dollars to twelve or fifteen  millions.
Haw $26,000 Will Ss Span!
, Ictoria, Sepi. 30—Hou. Price Elli-
snii, in his capacity of minister ol
a.-i'.Miiitin,., tint, reached a decision
a- to what is to be done with $20,
nun winch the province li to receive
n it har ■ of the Dominion grant
toragricultural purposes. Tha money
Is to he divided as follows:
Towards the betterment of conditions as affecting women in agricul
lure and general ass,stain-., toward
women's  Institute work, SllHlO.
Towards  offering  prizes  and  gener-
cncouraglng the most  up-to-date
methods In tl.    grn ling an l    packing
of rrull   and  toward    hotdlng    fruit-
pucking coinpMt.i Ion . Ill 00,
Toward  expi ns s  ,,f collecting    ex
hi bits, materials, etc., lor use In dem
.rn i rat Ion train which will be run by
■ artmenl  next   March,
Toward   un li i taking  dcmonsl i
full;-,    woi k, the grow Ing . •      ta
ill.,:,
work, di -i ..I. it) al ion work
and  generally  towards  ibe education
ol  tanners  in   proper
methods In  the    different
-, .   M".i	
Towo   Is I tal ■  n  ol
stock,   -Mm	
Th       , money    i«
M irt s
Burrell,   bu ...
ty n
Christ Coming
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Railway Freight Rates
Io Teach forestry
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.   ml i
,-t    ,,:
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.... ifufh
nt a
rear ti r Uesnn holders
.... which v.-n bt
Mother   hu       I
•iouealad  from   the general  lunds  of
<rf*   Mt   Va?,
ems    * •
«3jJK3-vaIia.	
iVUUPoiS   OF  CiJAI.  IMPING
REGULATIONS.
i'onl mining rights ot the Dominion
in Munitoba, Kuskutchowuu and Al-
berta, tho Vukon Territory, lhe
ooi'ili west i ori'itorlOB and in a portion of tho Provluce of British Columbia, may be lousud lor a term ot
i wiii j one j .■■'■■■ ut .'-.a anuual reul
ul ol it an a.i re. Not more th ...
3,500 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
iy the applicaut In person lo tho
\,;iun or Huh Agent of the dis: net.
,n whn h t He rights applied lor aro
iltuaton,
in surveyed ten.lory the land must,
be described by sections, or legal
nib divisions ol sections, and in uu-
■ui, vcj mm tei itory the t, net appliod
or shall be staked out by tho up -
ullcant  himself.
Each uppUcat-t ariet bo accompnn-
ed by a foe ol t3 which will be re
funded It t'.io rights applied lor are
mt available, but not otherwise. ^
royally i.ln.II be paid on the merchantable output of tbe mine at the
rate of  live cents  per  ton.
Tho person operating tbe mine, shall
furnish the Agent wub sworn returns
accounting lor the fall quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay tho
loyalty thereon. If tbo coal mining
rights are uot boiUK operated, sucn
letiiriis bhould bo furnished ut leas;
onco a your.
Tbc lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may
ae permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necesBary ior the working ot
the mine at the rate ot »0.00 an
acre,
Kor full Information application
should be made to the .Secretary ol
tbo Department ot tbe interior, Ot-
tawa, or to the Agent or dub-Agent
of  Dominion  Lunds.
W.  W.  GORY,
Deputy  Minister of  the  Interior.
N.R.—Unauthorized publication ot
tbis advertisement will not be paid
lor.
.NOTICE
Rov, Istoke Land District.
District   of  West   Kootenay.
Take notice tbat l, Michael ready,
of St. l.on, B.C., occupation, hi lei
keeper, intends io apply tor permission to purcbase the following des-
ribed lauds.
Commencing at a post planted at
tbe North West Comer of Lol 1139,
■ hi u. ■ easl . chains, thtnee north
lu cbuius, thence east lu ihaius,
tbence north lu chains, thence west
to bank ol Halfwaj Creek, theuce folio   point  of     to-ll-
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WILLIAM HILKOIl,
James fisher, ; jinl
1st Issue dept. 11
Howson C®» Co.
Are prepared to Sell Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum  and alll House  Furnishings
at Eastern Prices,
Ask for Cash Discount.
FULL  LINE  OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They nre both
leathers. We also tarry a full line of Tan
Shoes.   Call arid see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &,   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repnlrurs,
SlUllillTS
Harness Mnhors
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Do You Want Cheap Wood
Materia
1!    REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch, 1 yA inch to 3 inch
Dry Cottonwood
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Si e for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Street and Smelter Track
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, a$12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cltiee in the followinj countries issued without
Africa
Cuba
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These draft** enn be drawn it. Bterllng, trance, mnrlm. lire, kronen, yon,
taels, roubles, etc., according lo the money of the country i" which U ey
are payable. Thie enabli « the payee to obtain the exact amount Intended.
REVFLfrCMF    FRAFiCf-.F. M. GIBSON. MGR
Nakusp Hiunch, ti, 1.. Uothweix, Manager.
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Kevelstoke Plumbing Cen,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'llolll' 281
Ni^lil  I'll,me 40
1'.  1).   liox 469
Sash, Doors. Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business f
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and  Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds oi repair work done in good order.
We have a full line oibuilding supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds ol" Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH ANO DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
K> nryhody knows Iiim, he will
lell you that lhe whiskeys wears
Bulling are Um hest. I'n II mul he
convinced,    No household should
he without ll supply of oui llur-
vnv'8 Fpcolel Scotch V hlhkey; our
Frupln Llquour Bruntiy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blaokuerry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines null Liquors of nil
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
tho leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers ard Dealors In Pure Wlnos, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
§ JUST   OPENED 2
k THE REVELSTOKI: 0Y6TER AND CHOP HOUSE i
A New Short Order Restaurant anil Eating House
Only   White   Cooks [Employed
had \o yean experience as a caterer
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Proprietors 8
MacHcmic Avunue, Rcvc'stoko, B. O
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STEAM CLEANING
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WEST  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY
Clothes Cleaned or Dyed, Pressed and
Repaired.
Faded    Clothes   Restored    to   Original
Color.
French   Dry   Cleaning of" Ladies'   and
Gent's Clothing a Specialty.
First-Class Work on Short Notice.    Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Clothes Called for and Delivered.
G. W. LYON,
PRACTICAL CLEANER
ANO DYER ....
NOW LOCATED AT
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
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COAL and WOOD
Good Screei   cl Lump Coal (semi hard)
irotn I ethbriclge now iti
Birch, Fir .-trul Hemlock   iliy—$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receit i Mention.    Phone No. 60
S. G. ROBBINS
Sewing Machines ! FruitLancL
A nice new stork of Sing-
rr nnd Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by 'he month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING.   Agent.
FOR SALE
Unlenn Bay lunds in parCcln of
II) or aft) ner** or cn bloc. Correspondence irivilt il.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 6I<3 Arrowhead
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
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FRIDAY BARGAINS
7 or 8 Womens' Coats that were $12 to $15, go on Sale
Friday at - - - $10.00
A lot of Waists, muslins, nets and some Black Silk, on
Sale Friday at Each - - $1.00
o_A clearing lot of Corsets, any size, and a lot of different
styles, all at one price. - - $1,00
Ladies Fall Suits
The new long Suit Coat is being taken up.
Most ladies seem to like it. It is 30 and 32 in.
long, against the 26 in Coat worn last Spring.
We have a fine assortment of these Suits in
Navy Blues and the Saotch Tweeds that are
fashionable.   Price about	
$20.00
Get Them at Humes
New Flannel Shirtwaists
For Ladies, made in all-wool and Union English Shirting Flannels, with Neglige self collar,
in a wide range of colors, all sizes at	
$3, $4 and $5
New Wools and Yarns
Double Berlin in all colors, per Skein
10c
German Town, a fine, soft crochet wool,
any color 20c
Saxony, a good knitting yarn, all colors   .
  20c
Eiderdown, soft, thick wool, for aviation
caps, etc., per skein 15c.
Knitted Wool Jersey Suits
For Boys, Cap to match, in Navy,
Brown, Green, Red, etc. Two or three
weights to choose from    	
$2.25 to $3.00
Ladies Golf Coats
New lot of Ladies' Golf and Sweater Coats.
Some with the new Auto Hood to match. A
fine assortment  	
$3.50 to $7.50
Womens Knickers
Womens' Heavy Pull Over Knickers, in black
or grey, made of heavy Stockinette. These are
very popular at	
$1.25
Groceries and Crockery Department
Finest and Best Fruit
Tnat Money Can Buy
Mcintosh Red Apples, Gravenstine Apples,
Wealthy Apples, Cranberries, Red Grapes,
Green Grapes, Eastern concord Grapes,
Oranges and Lemons.
Fresh Shipments of Fish
Kippered Herring, Finnan Haddies, Halibut
Choice Coffee Beans Fresh Ground
Mocha and Java, per lb 50C
Our Own  Brand 45c
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Condensed   Coffee with  Milk and    Sugar
Chase & Sanboume's 1 Ib. Tins 50c
" " 2 Ib. Tins 90c
Nabob, 1 Ib. Tins 50c
Postum Coffee in packages 25c
Clt
oice  1 eas
Ram Lai's }.j lb. and 1 lb. packages, 3 and
5 Ib. packages. 50c; Sunbeam, Red Label,
40c. per lb.. Blue Label, 50c. per lb.; Blue
Ribbon. White and Red Label, per Ib. 50c.
Liptons, soc. and 60c. per Ib.i Ridgways,
50c. and 60c per lb.; Tetley's, 50c. and
60c. per lb.; Salada Blue Label, 50c. per
lb.; uncolored Japan, 1 lb. packages, 50c;
5 o'clock 1 Ib. packages, 50c, 5 lb. boxes,
$2.j,s. Deckafulty, 1 lb. packages, 75c.
We have bulk tea, 35c. up to 75c. per Ib.
Our Special; 3 lbs. for Si.00.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Lownev's Cocoa, half pound tins, 20c; Cowan's Cocoa, half pound tins, 20c; Condensed Cocoa and milk, 20c. per tin; Pint
bottles C. & B. Imperial Relish, Reg. 35c
Now 20c.; Pint bottles C. & B. Oriental
pickles.    Reg. 75c. 1 Now 40c.
Underwear for Fall
Let us introduce to you our lines of warm Underw ear which are particularly designed
for particular people. All weights in wool, from light Summer to heavy Winter wear.
The best ot domestic and Old Country manufactures. Our prices are right and fully
express the utmost satisfaction for every dollar invested. Both in two-piece and in combination underwear we are leaders.    We ask only a comparison.
Prices, $1.00 to $4.50 Per Garment
Fall and Winter Hosiery
Our Hosiery is imported direct from one of the best known and most famous manufacturers in Leicester, England. We save you the middleman's profit and give you the
best wearing and most comfortable hosiery in the City for the money.
BLACK CASHMERE—Pure soft wool,
the best three-for-a-dollar sock on the
market.
BLACK CASHMERE - Red ring toe.
We have no hesitation in recommending
this line to anyone. It wears and it does
not shrink	
Price, 50 Cents Per Pair
BLACK   WORSTED — Hard woven.
Full sized	
Three Pairs for $I.OO
JAEGAR HOSE, in black, gray, heather
and fancy   	
Price, 60c. Per Pair
BLACK CASHMERE-Fast colors and
hard wearing	
Price, 25 Cents
FANCY HEATHER MIXED WORSTED—Clean woven, hard finish, comes
in  three   colors	
Three Pairs for $1.00
FINE BLACK RIBB. CASHMERE.
Soft and easy on the leet, wears like iron,
and in fast colors   	
Price, 50 Cents Per Pair
FANCY    HEATHER     WOOL -The
best heavy one we have yet shown. Lots
of weight, fast colors	
Price, 50 Cents
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
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>w $2.00.   The $4 Lines. Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERAND.AH SH.ADES
In Wood Splint, Fancy Colors. An entirely New Idea
--the Roll-Up kind. All lengths, very decorative and
useful. Gives you privacy on your own verandah that
you cannot otherwise have.
Get Them At Humes.     A Large Stock to ChooseFrom VEDJi OCTOBER 9,   1912
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fire Rai convention on Tuesday.
.Mr. and Mrs.  J.  iO.  Dickson,     and
to  the     Arrow
Lakes   .       .   tin ,..-->. ivee*. stopp.ng
at  11 il you.
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For Preserving Fruits we handle only ibe best. Ifyou wish to procure such fruits as cnnnot be benlen either in quality or price, we
would advise you lo place your order with us. We will guarantee delivery nl all orders taken.
FRUIT JARS  AM)  Rl'UBERS
This season we ore handling thee le ratnl Mason Fruit Jnrs in Pints,
Quarts md b II u>Uons. These Jars require no comment. They are
par excellence.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke Inside Property
V.
1 Estate is bi ling rapidly.    Wll) not get in before all tbe most ilesir-
able resident! il lots ore tak ill up?
Last week ive made several \i 1 si es to local buyers and it will only be a
sin'it time before li.i ae lots are all closed out
Call •■! our office   mil Ret lull particulars.    All our property oan be sold
on eas) ten
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Ilill.      is
this  week
Vi. Sutherland ol Notch
pas Ing  R( velatoke .,  ■■   II
.1. A. Lewis, of IVigwam, was attending the Kni' Rangers convention
last Tueedu)
Thomas Lottos, ol Notch Hill, ar
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tend school
Misa Mamie Pleru ng is this ttet •■
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Ozark   fruit   lauds  which     are        ■     ..
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Allen Players Present the Best
Select! n of Plays ever Offered to Revelsloke Theatre
Patrons.
Those old lavorltes, the Allen Piny
•rs, are revisiting Revelstoke, and
presenting a series ol comedy and drn
inatic offerings at the opera house,
Monday evening the series openad
with that popular play "That Girl
Prom Texas," a real comedy whioh
made a dee,.led hit before a packed
house. Tuesday, the company staged
"Alias Jimmy Valentine," BCorlng nn
other suit, ss, ainl on Wednesday
night presented "A Contented Woman," Miss Venin l'Vltun is malting
her lirst appoaranee In the Interior
this season, on this tour, alter gaining laurels in i he Victoria and othor
coaBt eity playhouses, and tho welcome she received on tha opening
no-Ill is prool that she retains hor
iuu mu in the hearts ol looal eritirs
as t.he greatest star ever gracing thr
footlights ol a Revelstoke Una.re.
Instead ol taking their regular
Bttn mer vn ial Ion, the Ulen Playors
put In the entire summer at the Vie
toria theatre, Victoria, B. C, and
are therefore In a position to ofler to
their many friends in Hevelstoke the
hest selection of plays they buvc ever
offered,
Tonight, Wednesday, Ihe play will
be "A font. nti.1 Woman." from thr
pen of ('has. lloyt, undoubtedly the
I.est. comedy producer of recent years.
The subjeci is woman suffrage, and
one can rea.lily see the opportunity
it offers for a very funny play.
Mrs. Allen will he Been in probably
the best character she has ever played. Suffice it to say that wherever
the play has heen presented it. has
received most flattering press comments.
On Thins.lay the hill will he "Nell
Gwynne of Old Drury" of whieh the
Spokesman .if Victoria Bays in part.
"Kor one week only Victoria bus heen
reveling In romance "Noll Gwynne of
Old Drury" has come to Victoria, reincarnated in the radiant personality
o'' \Vina Pclton. Iii its mounting, as
in its general presentation, the Al -
len Players have seore,] ., veritable
"tour i!e  force..'    Mr.   Allen  has spar-
' ' neither money nor trouble to
mount the famous historical romance
with a lavishnesa and attention to
detail as spectacular and artistic ns
it is Bcrupuously in keeping with the
picturesque period of tho Restoration
Thc genius of Miss Verna Felton completes n production as historically
correct ns it is histrionically com-
men lahle. The Allen Players are to
ho congratulated on a production
that fur the rest of the week should
draw audiences as large as Nell Gwyn
ne's hist, rie hat, from under which
Miss Felton emerges like a butterfly,
from under a mushroom In the thud I
Thi- brilliant young actress has i
■ anything better than her
Ni . .;..
ty evening the production
will !..     Margaret Anglins great sue-;
The     ureal   Dlvtdt \   play |
that Is a little different a little het-
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rn play-.
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Empress Theatre
'"'i'h' WTadston.' Si-lei's an.l [Hnn
Randall opened their return engagement to an enthusiastic and apprecii
.ii ..' audience last evening. These
clever and versatile people are reluming wiih an entirely new repertoire iiiiiI the genera! vurdlcl Bcemed
to he thai   Ihey  were even  he! tor than
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
EDN V-  RANDALL
than on their previous visit. The
little Gladstone Sisters iii [rish character Costume sang appropriate solids
very pleasingly and then danced some
old country Irish dances, very gracefully. With a quick Change ol ward
robe they then wont through an acrobatic routine of stunts thut was very
cUiver Indeed. They bave a style all
their own ami the ease with which
they work iu very refreshing.
i\nss Haii,lail, in beuutiful costuinoa
some ol the latest popular numbers and gave a humorous recitation
that yaiur.l her a greal deal ol ap-
pia s... ner ciiiiii, ial ion Is pei leet,
wIi.mIi makes her work unusually en-
jo., aide. Au announcement was made
tbat the program would bo entirely
(■hanged everj mel.t ol both the moving pictures un.l the work ol tne i;iad
Btono blisters and Miss Randall,
October JL— Paul GUinoro In "The
I lavoc'      Kmpicss  theatre.
WANTED A Teamtrtor and u Cant-
hook .Man, for mill work. Apply
Kcrnaghan Lumber Company, Ltd.,
Salmon Ann, B.O.
Full SALE—A number ot good 8ee-
..n.l Hand Safes, easy terms and
cheap.    Write  Van. ouvcr Sale Works,
Ltd., Vancouver, u.i'., for list.
WANTED—A young girl IG years ot
age, waiiis position as chambermaid
or light house work or nurse girl.
Apply Mall-Herald.
TO RENT—Roomy Stable, with loft
and Carriage house. Apply to Dr.
McLean,
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
(loiils 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."
ievelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best. Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor kani>es and Minerva Paints
OPERA HOUSE
MISS VcRNA FELTON
AND Till-;
ALLEN PLAYERS
THURSDAY, OCT.  10.     "Nell Gwynne of Old Drury."
FRIDAY, OCT.  11.    "The Great Divide."
SATURDAY, OCT. 12.-" Whose Baby Are You?"
SATURDAY MATINEE.    "The Third Degree."
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Seats at cTWacdonald's Drug Store
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:eer Voliva Comic,
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ASK FOR OUR ILLUSTRATED FOLDER
Showing the wonderful   development taking   place
in the "City of Certainties,"
REGINA, SASK.
Itsrives a greal deal of reliable information of Regina and shows the exact
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INDIAN   BC AD WO.~,K
$1.00 TO $3
25C , 50C , $1     'i
$1 2r,
;        .      lity Hoi V atet I   ttli $?.?"■',
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<i      35C. AND SOC.
miii. Emulsion Cod Uver Oil 50C. AND $1.00
'   . ■■■'' 1.i.i'  Extracl         $1.00
All well favored remedies tor tlie prevailing   1
Cure a Cold in the  Head with   Bews' Cold Tablets,
25 Cents a  Box
bews THS RFXALL STORE bews
Smart Clotl.ir.£ for Summer Months
DI-KP.V  A\T>    ,0
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Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Hat* Foot-Rile Shoes
KENSINGTON
V, hiili is admitted by those who know Regina to be one of the best invest-
ments in the wesl in Subdivision Idts. Come in and see actual photographs
nf R r.ina's handsome buildii | Dollars invested now will double in a
Mar's lime and you can buj now at the opening sale pii;e
$150 AND $175 PER LOT
GOOD LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
Six-Roomed Modern House on Fourth Street, only  $2,200
Six-Roomed Modern House on Third Street, only   $2,000
Eight-Roomed Modern House on Second Street, only  $2,300
We have taken nvcr.the agency of the AMKR1CAN CASUALTY CO., of
Tacoma, and all policyholders will kindly take notice that future premiums
are payable to us.
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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