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I
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Brapifo" TyiiBwriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $('0
Interior Publisnmg Co., Agts.
"Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Jilps."
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The Mail-
Visiting
A SPECI/jLfY   fl/ty
Interior Puolishing>^oWariy
PRINTERS AND PUBLlllttil^pj
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REVELSTOKE. 13. C. NOV. 2, 1912
$2.1:0 Per Year
REVELSTOKE AND
THE KOOTEMYS
You will fir.d exactly what you have heen planning
in the way of j SlOVE or RANGE at this store at
prices to suit } ou.
COME IN TODAY
and let us shov you nm selection and explain the advantages of each.
Sheet Iron Heaters, - *3.00, S4.0O, $,r>.00, $6.00
Oak Heaters (coal or wood) - $8.00 and $10.00
Double Heaters (hard or soft cual) - S25.H0 up
Ranges, 4-hole, high closet ... - irlo.00
Coal Stoves, Rood selection       -       -       -      $18.00 up
oooooooooooooooo ooooooooo o
Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
H«ad OrT.oo -Toronto, Ontario. Q
Capital Subscribed            -. 6,000,000.00 9
Capital Paid Up             -      - 6,460,00v,.00 °
Reserve        .... 6,460,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points m.Canada,
Agents in Great Britain aud United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago - First National Bauk, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle- National Bank, Sao Krau-
cleco • -W-Hb Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  re.eivad, and interest allow,',! at
aun-or-it rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
A Consignment just to hand
made of heavy dress material,
for Fall and Winter wear.
MRS. A. 6. CRICK, - first Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its   bright,   spicy
flavor and fragrancy,    Bold In 1 Ib,
lead packagea,
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 C.ROOER & BAKER Phono No. 23
PIAND5-PLAVER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds ot
Small cTVlusical Goods
Facts About Capital  of   Canada's Alps.—De
scriptive Article in Saturday Sunset Justifies Citizens' Faith in a Greater Revelstoke.
REVELSTOKE, "The Capitol oil mit of Mount Revelstoko, nearly
Canada's Alps." is probably the most) Beven thousand teet higher up, The
centrally located city In the province r°a<* is bring built lor tourist tratlic
ni British Columbia.
Situated    on the    nuiiu line  ot  the
Canadian I'acilic Huilwuy, 264 miles
li.iin Calgary una 1175 miles from Vnu
couver, ami on the hunks ot the Columbia River, 780 miles from Port -
luinl, Oregon, uud I'lh miles from
Tete Jaune Cache, it hus already
means uf transportation equalled by
lew, mul unexcelled by uo other city
iu the West.
The population of Revelstoke at
present, according tu police census
is 4,280, u large number of whom
uie employed by the ruilwuy compnny.    Revelstoke bus sometimes been
by the lm-nl Progress Club, ussisted
by ilu- Provincial und Dominion governments nnd will cost approximately ono hundred thousand dollars to
complete. Thc Federal government
have placed a park reserve on the
summit of the mountain, anil hero
will be erected, durine: tho cominr;
summer, a handsome chalet hy the
Canadian Pnclllc Railway Company,
similnr in *■ ze nnil style uf nrchi-
terture to the well-known Lnke
Louise chnlet at Larfgnn.
To the hunter, Revelstoke offers
>i large variety of sume in abundance, running from the mighty cariboo nnil  grizzly to the tender grouse
culled the  Payroll City from the fact;0"0 lMal  h,,nter antl tml,pe'  secl"'<"1
that it has the largest   single   ,my.  «« his share no loss    thnn   eighteen
nro -1,>cars ,ast  sPrin^' Including two young
_ I grizzly cn'i tired nlivo
and  which are  now     on     exhibition
roll of uny city in Canada iu
portion to its   populution, the Canadian Pacific alone paying oui monthly over $100,000.
Over a thousand nun ore employed
by the C.P.it. .n.r.iu- ibe winter months, mostly on train work, but a
large number in the machine and
repair Bhops, while in the summer
this  number is several
hundred    nun    engaged  on    maintenance of wuy nnd rood work.
The city is oiso the British Oolumbia   headquarters of     thc   Dominion
in the Canadian National l'nrk. The
Revelatoke district produces a large
proportion  a' Ting animals
trapped in the province. Lust Reason
about two thqisnnd marten skins
nloia" were exported from this city
to tho big fur sales of London and
Iterlin.
The Waters of the lllecillewaet nnd
Jordon rivers teem with nil the
known vnWeties of trout, and the
angler does not hnve to go fnr from
Sawmills,  Ltd.,  a  corporation  which,
i,   .....     u„ .,      m ,      i      I town to   secure excellent sport     and
has    its     head    otlice     in     London,' '
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
WINDSOR   CAFE  AND  GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE    .
JUST OPENED UP
Troliimeii, make your aieadquatrters hare,   Quick aCrvlce,   Perfect Cleinlim
uiul Reasonable I'm. .    Olve Vt s Trial,    "Ws Neva Sleep.''
A. (i. T1IIAKISON,
MaNAUHU
England,  and  which  is capitalized at
ten millions .     .o.lars.
This large company owns limits estimated to contain about tlve billion
feet ot Standing timber, mostly cedur
and lir, and operates eight large
up-to-date sawmills iu British Colum
bia.
This season about eight hundred
men are employed in the mills and
logging camps at Three llalley, Taft,
and Comaplix, all within a tew miles
of itevelstoke.
This city possesses nuii.y advnn -
tuges lor those seeking locations for
manufacturing industries, the principal one being an almost inestimable quantity of natural water power
About lfi.000 horse-power is already
developed on tbe Illecillvwaet River,
which Hows in ,, westerly direction
through tbe city.
Revelstoke has a most up-to-date
electric light plant, and probably tbc
best city wntcr supply to be fouud j
anywhere in thc country, both as
regards quantity arid quality. The cli
mate, while not tropicul, does not ap
proach the other aUtrauM i.y any
means. The average temperature in
winter is 17 decrees Fahr., and ln
summer 11 degrees. The rainfall is
light, being only about thirty inches
annually, und while a large uiiiuum
ol snow lolls .luring the winter
mouths, owing to the entire absence
of wind, .t causes lntic inconvenience.
lb.- [tj has uu excellent natural
dr.,.tup- system in the Columbia and
lllecillewaet riven, uud tli.s ,s i.upplp
in,ni..I i,y a tbuioughiy modern and
complete    system     ol    city    MWeera,
which probably uccounts lor the   al
most  perfect  frct-duui  Irom  coula^i
ous diseases enjoyed by the residents.
11,"    scenciy      iu    tbe    Revelstoke
district   is  notu.ug  short  uf  luaguill-
ceut,  tbe city  being almost completely suirounled  by  uiuunlu.ns, tbc prin
cipal   ones   being   Mounts   Revelatoke, ;
McKenzie,  Begbie ,,n.l  \ .ctur.u,     all'
of which  bave ullitu it    la eicess    uli
seven   thousand  leet  above  sea  level.
While   the summits are   covered     by i
everlasting   snow   aul   ice. Mouut Uog-
bie, whose base is but four mUtf limn
tbe city,    und  whose summit    at    a
height uf Dearly le.ttot) leet is eighteen
miles distant, bus on its slope u clem
ice gi i .ii extent, which   Is!
easily accessible i.y trail Irum the
Oily. Many years ago a Kr, nrh prospector named Le Muir Wl iuto a
crevasse wb.lc I rinsing th.s ice held,
and it is stated by many that un a
bright duy his body can be seen hundreds of feet below the durlucc in a
remarkable state ol preservation, his
hand st ll i, ..a is Hudson's Day
title, whil. his ' .rs pick nnd bis
blanket pack are plainly visible,
Cn the twenty lust day ol August
this yenr the Brst ood was turned on
the    Mount   id MBlO    Auto
Highway, which enjoy, tbr distlncl-
tion ol being tb- Ural ol its kind in
Canada, It will resemble in many
ways the world -famous Shasta .Sum.
mit  rond   in    t'nlilurtiin.  nnd.    when
oompltttd, win hart a rtogtt of fourteen miles, a width of eighteen reel,
and nn average gradl d ill nnd a half
per cent. It commences nt n point
nn tin' Dig i- road, i ns mile weet
of the city, and proceeds by n serlei
of switchback* to tbs eitieuu?   sum-
n good cntch
As n fruit and vegetable growing
il.s.riet, it i" making rapid strides,
and some records nre broken along
this line  ev
Fifteen tons of potntoes to tho
acre is not sn unusual thing, while
two yields o! hay, averaging flve tons
per acre, are figured on every sea -
son by the Revelstoke farmer.
The soil in the river valley, which
is several miles w . i lack loam
with a   clay subsoil,   ond admirably
adapted to growing cereal and root
crops; while on tho benches it is
of a more sandy nature, and cannot
be excelled for producing all the
kinds of- fruit, both large and small,
usually found iu the temperate zone.
The settlement of the (surrounding
country, whieh bos been delayed by
unsatisfactory regulations in the past
is now assured, and it is sofe to say
that w iiithin the next live yeors every
torty-acre lot within a radius of ten
miles from the eity will have a homesteader on it. There is a lurge and
growing-demand for all kinds ol firm
produce, and the prices puid th.:
farmer ure an inducement for iiuny
employed in other lines to go buck
to the soil.
ltevelstuke is the centre uf a lurge
mineral-yielding section, which requires nothing but capital and transportation facilities, and these will
shortly  be furthcoming.
The Canadian Northern Railway
have announced iheir intention to
build a line ol ruilwuy Irom Tete
Jaune Cache to the Arrow Lukes,
while the Oanadian Paolflc havo
completed their surveys for a freight
route around the Rig Bend from
Beavermouth to Revelstoke. These
roads, when built, will open up whut
is undoubtedly tho most extensive
timbered territory in the province,
ub yet practically untouched by the
axe or saw, while the quartz, placer,
and mica deposits of this district will
in the near future produce millions
of dollars and provide employment
•for thousands of men.
The Columbia River is navigable
for lnrge steuincrs fur u distance of
•10 miles nurth ot one hundred und
sixty miles aouth of the city and with
the completion of the canal now
under construction by ihe State of
Oregon uround the Dalles iu that
state, nothing remains but u few miles
of rough woter as un obstacle Iw-
tween this rapidly-growing and prosperous city und u seaport on the
Pacilic. The State of Oregon is
spending ten millions of dollars ln
making the Columbiu River navigable bo as to secure the grain trade
of the State of Idaho, and the city
of Portland is anxious in every wuy
to assist i n,eminent in
inuklng that part of the river from
Bonttington Falls to Revelstoke navigable for grain-Carrying barges to
handle a share of the ever-increasing
crop of our sister provinces.
Taken from the Saturday Sunset of
Vani-ouver, B. C.
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MAIN TURKISH
ARMY DEFEATED
Balkan Allies Pressing on Constantinople.—
Announce Intention Driving Mussulmen
Out of Europe.
IvuBtettjc, Ro'imanla, Nov. 1— The
defeat of the Turkish army undi"-
Nu/ini Pushu opens thc way to Constantinople lor the Bulgarian troops.
This will .1, i ie opinion ,,f diplomats
bring about European complications.
Thc must Immediate .lunger iuu
corns the position of this city. Most
authorities agree that uo real de.
Iiii.' cun be mude ulung the Tclmlal-
ja line, supposed to protect the cap-'
ital. I
In the went ol hordes of beaten
and dcmorall'/edsuldiers lulling back
mi the capital it is dillicult to foresee
tba' could save tbe city liuin Buck
aud pillage. Tins :.• ir is present
with Inhabitants who believe that the
lute ol tbe Turkish Umpire huugs in
Ihe bulanoe.
It is rcporti-d that a secret meeting
wus held recently In the mosque uf
T.iik-Ii, ilie most fanatical quarter of
Btamboui, where Inflammatory spsecb
es were delivered by Mussulman
priests who advised a u , must
tbc Christians.
Loudon, Nov. 1-From every capital
In Europe ioi..es iln- news tbat Turkey Is un bei kuccs und ready tu sue
fur pcuce.
The Bulgarian fores have gained a
complete Victory over tho main Tar
ki>h  ui my.    numbering  between   IM,
000 and 100,000 men which was licat-
'•II in a buttle between Serai and Lule
Hei gas and Is I ".,t m- in disorder
• ,n Tchorlu. While the report ol the
great llul rnrian victory ifl only partly ronOltnt i li] ii.i ni iiinple, all
reports agree that the Turks havo
suffered u dtnattio     I  verse.
Hallowe'en Dance
A pleasant nnd enjoyable evening
wns spent   in  tli r,      Hall on
Thursday night, wh n fifty couple
took thc floor in response to tho coll
of that popular Floor Malinger John
ll Kerr, when Scotch mid ('anndlan
danccB in, is of thc Rov
elstoke Caledonian Society were held,
The music  » Ihe Rev-
sryoni was
good  at   ti rrl   pnr'x,  it  was
hard to indu-lduallM.
1 Dancing started at J.30 p.m.    and
lit il p.m. a cho ca repast wus served by the lady niumbcrs of the Society, which everyone appeared tu enjoy. After whiib lanc.ng was resumed till tb:,- : ,n the morning,
when all wenl ■■■■ l pleas. I to their
respective homes.
The Caledonian Society meots on
the Urst .ni.I i iii i Wednesdays ol every mouth, when people of Scotch do-
scciit are cordially Invited to attend
nt  I p.m. sharp-
fracas on C. P. Ry.
Report Sl i'i that a serious tracna
occurred among n i uj ol \ustrian
laborers, who had been paid oil Irom
the Laurie tunnel near Revelstoke,
nud were proceeding by railway to
Vaucouver. , ngni t it I between
a Slavonic and a German Austriun,
regarding the Balkan wur, und led to
,-, general mlxup lu Which knives were
used, one man named Loiibskle, belonging to the    Slav,.,ii   contingent,
being fatally stubbed, and two oth -
ers seriously Wuuudod. Th'- truiu crew
nnd special const a ides had tu hu requisition.-.! to quill the riot, and Ill-
teen ot the ringleaders are now under
arrest and will Is; taken to tbo jail
at V(UHCOUV0r immediately on arrlv -
ing ther.- tins evening.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on gooils is n qnalitj name. Imagine the
comfort in using a McClary Stove, Simple to work, easy
to clean, and economical on Fuel.
Sporting Goods
Rilles ami Shut dins, single and double barrel. Winchester. Remington aud Stevens. Repeating Slim Guns, shot,
Shells and Cartridges, (all calibres), Shooting Coats, Cartridge Belts, Gnn Covers, Game Traps,  illsizi
Groceries
Fresh  Kippsred  Herring  just arrived.  Fresh  Fruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas, Hay, 1 lour and Poultry Supplies.
Crockery
Putter Crocks, Bean Hots and Jugs, all sines. Choice
China ami Glassware.
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke.
Telephone No. 22
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ORDER VEGETABLES NOW
FOR THE WINTER FROM THIS STORE
Cabbage,    Turnips,       Beets,        Potatoes.       Onions
By the sack or in smaller quantities.    Prices Right.
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
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guirirttj Srani. (Clnthrs
Hre tbc Glotbee of all Clothes
for tbc Society tyoung flDan
They are the most moilern ready-
to-wear clothes made. The advantages of buying clothes of this kind
are many; you can see NOW how
you are going to look. You know
IN ADVANCE what you are going
to get.
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES are
finely and substantially tailored.
They are built to wear and
to satisfy.
.flfoclRac
Mercantile Co., Ute
Premier Leaves for Ottawa
Victoria, Oct. 30—Sir Richard Mc
llmli   and Hon.  W.   J.   Downer     will
l«av« for Ottawa on Baturday. They
will tnke np certain departmental
matters with the federal government
that arc of importance to the prov -
incc. The vlHit to the capital will he
a brief one and they expect to re -
turn in nlniiit two wecka' time.
Hon, I'riee BUUofl has left for Hum
merland to open tho exhibition there.
He aiptotl to he nlmcnt (rom the cap
ilnl hut n few dayi.
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A minion    imnd »iii ie orgstalMd
■in St. .hilin'st rhurch next Wednesday!
nt  (our "'clock.
I
A meeting will u> held in the Pros-
' hyteiinn church cn Monday ITCBlBg
j for the ourpofi ni rtorgaUatilng the
1 Young l'cople'a Society,
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« ^LLL THE   TIME
ELGIN  ]<:i/;ia\   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
0". GrTJIT BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR: __\
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'■"•■V   , ^* , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER
1912
THE   J&JLTJLs-TT&Y£lJ±.JL,JD*   RBVELSTOKB
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1012
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The Capital of Canada's Alps."
Do you realize that this Fall will be your
last opportunity to buy in Kevelstoke at
the present prices ? Get in now while
you have the chance.    See us at once.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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UATOBDA1   AT
REVELS TOKK.  B,   C.
interior ipuiuisbtiiQ ilompans,
Limited
J. K. JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH  G.   BCRUTON,   Bditor.
- ' TIJRDAY,   SOV EMBER 2.  1912
p u llamenl    lur
that  belore
jtintrj   will    kuoA
uil thut th i ■      to Know uu the sub-
 i iiimnt s uii.'-
The announcement of   tho
i   ■
Novell) ■
manj   wee .s thi
dai
....
■
(reelj     i   	
,. ■ i... oral pre
.  ii      would
;.; I at Cui UO-
11 .. year
I,,i.m     been
opposition  nows-
liiture as in tin' pust this class ol
lumber will continuu to ocuro free
entry ;,t ihr Canadian Ii.ii-.Imi- to tho
•ii"ii ii of tbo Canadian lumber Industry it Is considered, that an appeal will I'M tuken to tho Privy
Council or that tbe government will
be appealed to make a chango in
the tarifl.
very severe fighting has occurred nr-
ound Adrlanople, The besieging forces
have beer, reinforced by two regiments
numbering s.ooo men. More than
2,000 wounded have already arrived
there. Including SOO Turks, with several Turkish officers,
Pour thorn iimteera left Sofia I
tonight lor the frontier, in civilian
clothes umi unarmed, Tbey will later
be supplied with rules taken from thu
Turks und used as reserves.
(P
B. C. fruit Still Leads
Mr. Thou. Cunningham, chief inspec
tor of fruit and orchards for British
Columbia, npent Saturday iu tbe city
cn route to Vancouver from Lethbridge where be bus boen attending
the Dry Farming Exhibitions.
Uritish Columbia practicully gathered in uil the prima for fruit at
this exhibition which was open lo
every province iu the lloiniuioa and
every stute m the Union. Mr. Cuu -
nlngham hus by bis untiring energy
and perseverance made a reputation
lor biiiii.ll »liuli is at ouce the ud-
miratlon mi.I envy ol horticultural
officials un.l experts trom .oust to
coast. To this gentleman the fruit
growers of this province are iu Looted
[nr the freedom Which tbey enjoy from
such orchard pests aa the coddllug
moth, apple tree borer, Ban Jose
scale and muny others which uro io
prevalent iu othor provinces In Canada,, Millions ol fruit trees Imported Irom the Yuited States and East -
elu Oanada ure yearly fumigated at
Vancouver by Mr, Cunningham's department, while u large numlier »i
these are summarily destroyed when
found to contain uuy of these insect
pests. Hundreds of ears of foreign
fruit are also treated iu the i-.uiie
manner aud nny shipments .n co mei
tion with which iloiilii in felt regarding their freedom Irom disease nv*
promptly re shipped Irum the ,rov -
ince or destroyed,
While in tlu city Mi. Uuna.n.'hain
confirmed tho appointment .( "■ r. I,
II. S. Munroe to tbo position ot fruit
Inspector foi Kool c.iy ,11 itrlcl u Ith
headquarters here.
A Bright future
An interesting visitor to tbu Mull-
Herald ollice this week, wus Mr. b.d.
Humum ol tii'iii"", .in old Arrowlak-
es settler und mibBcnbcr to this paper
Mr. HiUiiiuii, .n . . ii ii ... neing
the owaei ol .mn acres ..I Iruit lands
at beatou, Is also interested iu fral-
ne wheat lauds, bis holdings consisting nl a section close tu the citj ol
i ulgary.
lie is very optimistic regarding thc
future of the Arrowlukes district us
n home locution, and stutes ihut iu
ine future yeurs, manj hundreds of
retiring succeosnil grain growers of
Alberta will purcbase lauas iu tbe
milder el.mute ui the valleys ol B.O.
on which io spend in.-ir old age. Thc
linking up of tho south country, byi Ottawa, Oct, 28—Whatever unccr
means ol tolcphoues, roads, and rail | talnty may have existed ou Saturday
way, witb RevelBtoke, is one ol the' UB tlJ lla. correctness ot tbc reports
most Important factors which wlll in- Lents out (rom Ottawa us to the rati
niiiiu-i- tins class ol settler in loeat-; inel gjmffle, a would appear to huve
ing along the lakeshore. When ibis'
work is completed, the thousands of
ucres of fruitlunds skirling tbe lakes
will be tak.'u up by sucb Battlers, tn,.
splendid climate au.l beautiful scenery
combining with the advantages ol
easy communication with a center ol
population at Revelstoke and main
line travel to, tho coast  citie . conati
tuting the entire qualifications ot on  Hate.
Idea residential (arming community,
....■r..-. the   wish  ue-
lathei   i"  tbc  thought.
.......i.  tue
.   ut     Hon.
ii. L. Borden in .a ....    ui ou fcieptem-
irliament   .vould mi et
jn ti - •- btutenu nl oi the
.. :.    ua.e   settled,
„uJ .. i of thi  people un-
.    question us
..■riuiKUl to
.>    a luatlei  ol fact
..- everj  lutiicutton mat tbe op-
oi     the
. nt   .....  bn i Uie gov-
. u  .u in. ad-
mat
ao time i i. getting     Im
portant Parliament
... be a
- ■   Btart, tnak-
.   itively     early
nt  with the   unci.u-
wlll     of
. i tbe
Recei t   . orp iratt e name
tbo   belief   of the VA . :     un.l
n-ort by   R< .elstoke Rallwa)   I
nvolving a    powi i  I i  ti net at I    ■ •-' rt
immediate   line of rallwaj runn n
lothei coun-   win v.a ti. liver, Bra
try, e i man H
■
..: .... i Rivei it    t
I na
Riverl   This        i  I
have power!
ni-b •
u! Braaea ;.
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Changes in Cabinet
been practicully removed today when
it. waa suni In ollicial circles today
that on Monday. „r al least at the
i.i .at Tuesday, H.H.H. tbe Duke
Oonnaught will be called upou to
swear in Hon. Robert Roger-as minister "I public works, on. vv. J.
It. .el. - terlor ..
I..T.  Mni-icfi.il,  K.C., us secretary
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DITIflN TO REVELSTOKE
(Formerly tlie site of the Bowman Lumber Co's. mill)
Now on the Market
Prices range from $175 to $350 per Lot
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
This addition consists ot about 100 lots, 25 of which were sold within half an hour
after the price list was made up. Since this ad. appeared on Wednesday last, all the lots,
except 27, have been sold to Revelstoke investors.
Rjevclstoke people are making big money out of Rjevelstoke property. «One railway
man who a few years ago bought 2 lots on McKenzie c_Avenue for $350, sold out last week
lor $3,500 cash. Just ten times his original investment. ^Another citizen bought a property
six months ago for $4,000, and sold out for $5,700 cash and got $70 per month rent in the
interval.    These cases show that there is money to be made in Rjevelstoke property.
Begbie View Addition is close in—within 3 blocks of Railway
Shops.      Right in the heart of the city.
The Building conditions which the owners have placed on this property" ensure the
erection of only buildings of a substantial nature. tA few lots suitable for warehouse sites.
Half of these have been sold since Wednesday last—only six left.
This subdivision will be sold out  this week, so if you want to get in on this, move
quickly.
TERMS are easy, viz: —One quarter  cash, balance
months with interest at 8 per cent.
in
3 instalments—6, 12 and 18
(Application should be made to
A. cMcRAE, cAgent
OFFICE NEXT POST OFFICE
From Vtiimm to w±Mt
Revelatoke   I Mea i ■   Loggie
i; Manley, Wetaskiwin,
.vita., have given notice that at  tbe
next Bcssion ol the Dominion ii
tbey will, on behall i .mt
maki   application lor an acl  to     In-
Thai tm im ia il.'.. a |......-.i.,l.i> jl a
change  being made  In  th.s arrange-
iii, nt is Buggeateil   ! > a    a
things which have bapp ned which In
: bat  iti    i     ... t  i in iget
. matter ..
-   i ii....u   1. 1     Mar ■ . ii   v   nl
to Montreal.   I. Mi
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have     • ■■-,.••
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bhiisn liaiiaiiiiiy Cases
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Hsli million Acre Land Deal
SiiosaiH'.  Oct. UA—The purchase    ot
acres of     land     In Northern
British Uolumbia haa lust been complete.! by Lauchlln  HacLean, of Spok
.       uites for a consideration ol  12,7(0-, 00. The transaction
enst tutes  pro ...... -.i   laml
m  ,i     nui  e    ii      he   I'ui me
northwi
The in van,.us
.   an.l   >ix
a., nths h ...     i mu
Iiave
ind rivers
uf .v  ,       The
i. rand
i ' are
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300,000
.  lake    and
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, black
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1  London,   HSngland,  ho  will     v.sit
i Athabasca  Lnnd.ug, going    nurth  hy
Bpecial train. He lias acquired a large
portion ol the liusnii-ss st'ctian ol that
town.
"The greatest criminal la England
today," wus Mr. Masoujs description
ot tiie little Welshman, .11 whose care
the linancs ot Great Britain have
been  placed for the  past few  years.
"Thc greatest scoundrel of tho century," was Dr. '.'oi'h manner of sum
marislng the qualities of the chancellor.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
Gram tirop Moving tast
f.and
ite ap-  compel
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id similar lum-1    ' 'bile    attention has u-».n centred
one or both''" 'be operations mound Adrlanople,
btl
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umbti      ■ .-    turthei   '
At It   lor   a j '■■ tho
■     i   addition to or   >'"■'
UH ol lumber  merely owe*   >My ' ■ •
I pn   ;,, aide and mint*. ,e»tiy waa     London, I    1 ■
i-lett waa upheld   by:'i'm»-. * ''  tHorn.
tbf cl .   by the BrltUh Colum- atli 1  trom Turklal
manufactur    feetod    g   londlDg on the Black a»a
-   • nuwii.i'.i   toanii. 'roast.   Th . ..   Utilgai
u, I oun   now  Inna in 1! .,1 rear.
WMt ln,   „,....,.    ,-   th'    Kx -    Tha Sofia «   . ipond m ;i tbi Tim-
ptmua) LWt vipb ftm m in C8 m**n  m> * i'-,ucluil(,(l ^^
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'ihe "Sugai Bowl" LionobtoMttt i»
now rnontni In connection with    our
o.la loi.ntiiti LadlH wlll find liete
11 eoiiiliii (ni.ii' nlaet to get an afternoon cup ol Ua, QbOOOlaatti TOlIee,
boot tea und light relrcehamitt.
Calls Chancellor Scoundrel
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DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities In the following countries issued without
delay:
NO REASON FOR OOllfiT
11 Statement or Facts Backed by
a Strong Guarantee.
Vie guarantee complete relief to all
sufferers trom constipation. In every
case where we fail we will supply the
na-.lie.ne free.
Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, eflcc-
t.v... dependable and safe bowel rerju-
l.iti.r. Btrengbhener and tonic. Thsy
re-establish nature'* lunotlons in a
quiet, eu-y way. Tliey do not cause
.nr. Inconvenience, griping or nausea.
Tiny are so pleasant to take aud
work ■■■ easily thai tbey may be tak-
,-il by anyone al any time. Tbey thoroughly tone lip tlie whole system t.o
bcalthy activity.
I ill    1 iri. 1 lie 1   are   unsurpassable
leal Ioi  the use ol children, old
fulks and delicate persona. We cannot
 mmend them to uil
 1   any  (.a in  ...'  runstipa -
,ii,-ii.iunt  evils,     Two
in.    and  26c.   Hemeniber,    you
H imediea la     this
.    the Walter Hews
■  i.   The Rexal Btore.
Customs Returns
customs wi urn fur
rl Revdttoko f'»i Octcbor'
  IM97.41
Africa
Arabia
ArBentlne Republic
Armenia
Australia
Auntria-Hungary
BelKium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
Chili
China
Crete
Cuba
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
Formosa
France
Germany
Greeca
Holland
Iceland
India
Italy
Japan
Macedonia
Malta
Manchuria
Mexico
New Zealand
Norway
Panama
Persia
Peru
Philippine Iilanda
Poland
Portugal
Roumanla
Rustila
Servia
Slam
Siberia
South Africa
Spain
Stralti Settlamanta
Sweden
Swltterland
Syria
Turkey
United States
Wett Indiet, etc.
6.7
These drafts enn be drawn in sterling, fruncs, marks, lire, kronen, yen*
taels, roubles, etc., according to the money of the country in which they
are payable.  This enables the payee to obtain the exact amount intended*
REVELSTOKE BRANCH    F.  M
GIBSON, Manager.
NAKUSP BRANCH    H. L. ROTHWELL,   Mnnagor
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1 dollar*. 1 mh 11.
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. ii. ti ■ ,. . ntnp in.-    1   • .. it, •- '» held
in tin   rpriafi 1
Aii 1   j iiii-d by Vi. J.Q. '.o«. -iif 1
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me -1£& Avm/t&
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lAti&auiitfuic
DYOLA
in ih* CLtANUT, simim Rf,t, «nd nr st homf.
nVf. MM r»n h«T--Wh)r ymi doill t*tn ht%i> to
t.i-.w whet KINflof Olodl v'.if t.o'i.U u_ mult
..f . v. Mlattikfi ate lmpo**H,t»>.
s.mt for 1 tr* Oolor ■ inl, Swrj Dooklcli »t\A
BOttUfi HlvhiK rtfltritf of H"nu:owri-lii,ri"lMf..
th« IOHNWN.su HARnsON CO., l.imitrd.
Muntrml. CaMldt.
VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
All Instruments Taught
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by   	
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
This Stutlio tfives instruction on all brass and
stringed instruments, violin, etc., by the
very latest Italian and French methods, used
by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Milan,
(Italy) and PariB, (France). We guarantee
by this method to put out a good performer
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS and further information
on application to
CHEO LEO COVRES.     MACKENZIE AVENUE
Corner of Victoria Road
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THS   !&-A.TT-i-JETT(iJEtJ>L.T-,JD,   I^E^IBILSTO-KZiLi
SATURDAY, VOVEMDER 2,  1912
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Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital       ....
Reserve   ....
Deposits      ....
Loans and Investments
Total Assets m
Haa 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal cities In the World.
A OtPa, RAL BANKINO UU8INEBB TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at lilgheat ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch, VV. H. PRATT, Manager
1906
1911
! 3,000,000
* 4,000,000
3,000.000
4,600,000
23,677,730
35,042,311
27.467,090
38,854.801
33,090,192
48.237,284
. . . It Miqht Be Gold. . .
BTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union   Hotel
I,JUST nku'LY REPAIRED
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to lie arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for 56.00
FIRST STREET, KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CB, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
TH E wonderful
success of Fit-
Reform is due to
the fact that it enables
thousands of men, in
every part of Canada, to
wear garments designed
and tailored by masters
of the craft.
Whether you select the
lowest or the highest
priced garments, you will
find the same attention
has been given to every
detail.
An inspection of our
Wardrobes will show you
better than words what
Fit-Reform   offers  you.
McKINNON fc SUTHERLAND
FRE
FINE ENGEAVIKG IN
SEPIA OF THE BORDEN
CABINET	
For Readers of the News-Advertiser
RVERYONE want, a picture of the members of ihe Government
of Canada. The "News-.V vertiaer" has had prepared for the exclusive use ol its readers in this province a large engraved plate of
Kt. Hon. K. I.. Borden and his Ministers.
This group is redrawn from the latest photographs of the eighteen Ministers who compose the advisers of His Koval Highness the
Governor-General. It is printed in sepia on heavy board ready tor
franrng, and will be ofthe greatest educational value in the home,
tin- school and the library.
The Prime Minister, HUN. R. I. BORDEN, occupies a central
position, and is shown standi:')'nt the head of tbe Council Table.
Seated about him are his colleagues.
Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Macdonald
lo ik down on his successors.
HOW TO OBTAIN THE PICTURE
This fine engraving, of which ii limited number have been prepared, will be sent FREE OF CHARGE to new subscribers, or
to old subscribers, who renew their subscriptions for one year ' $3).
For out-of-town subscribers the picture will be tubed and postage
prepaid.
Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment of liO cpnts. If
mailed, ten cents extra for tubing and postage.
Applications and remittances (cash must accompany otder), must
be made to
The Circulation Manager "News-Advertiser"
VAN1.OUVEK,  B. O.
»- t--a* ..* mwri^. a .*«■. j*.
WHIIE STAR-DCIV.IMCN CANADIAN SLKV.CE
KuYAL MAIL STEAMERS
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   .AiBEET     STO-CTE      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
E.   Q.   BURRIDQE
Tinsmith Ropnlre, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
WORK    SHOP
Ponnaught  Avo.   •   RfvoletoKo
UNION HOTEL
ARKOWHKAI). B. 0.
Special Attention given to commercial
men nml tonrlsts. First-rlsss samplt
rooms. Fluent si-euery In British Colnm-
b-B. ,1-■eriimkinK Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
FaMaL SBRVICB
Montreal Quebec        Liverpool
Only Four Dais at Sea
New  s.s.  M»gantic   Nov. 23
s.s.  Teutonic—Sat. Nov. 2.
New   s s.   Laurentic, Sat. Nov. 9.
s s.   Canada. Sat. Nov. 16.
CH' ISTMAS SAILINGS
Portland,  Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
1 j o n From
Portland Ha ifax
New s.s. Laurentic... .Dec   7 Dec   8
s.s. Teutniiic ....Dec 14 D, c 15
s s. Canada   Dec 21 Dec 22
New  s.s.   Laurentic and  Megantic,   15,000  tons,   largest  from
Canada.    All Classes Carried.
S. S. Teutonic,   582   feet,   18.000  h.p.    S.S.   Canada,   514 feet,
10,000 tons.
Carry only Second and Third Class.
Baggage checked through to Steamer in bond.    No hotel or transfer expenses.
Company's Office, 619 Seoond Avenue, 'Seattle, 3 doors east from Cherry Street
or A. G. BR00KER, Agent Canadian Pacific Railway, Revelstoke, B.C
HARVE\, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revtl-
ttekt, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelatoke,   B.   0.,    aad
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. B. McCartsr,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelatoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH.
Provincial   Laml   Suveyor,
Miaing Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106.   REVELSTOKE
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box 146, Revelstake, B.C.
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No. si A.  F
aud A. M.
Regular meeting* are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday Id each month
at I p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
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C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. IM
UMti Second    and    Fourth Wednes-
days    in each month In    Belklrk
Hall.     Vltitln* Woodmen ara
cordially Invited to attend
A.  J. WOODLAND,  Cod. Com
/AMgS M-clNTTRB,  Clerk.
COORT     MT.      BEOBIH,   No.  mi.
OF I. O. F.
Meeta in I. a O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Viaitlng brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Sec.
SELKIRK      LODGE  11,  I.  O.   O.  F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of    P.,
NO.  «,  REVELSTOKE,  B.  0.
Meeta every Wedneaday except   tbe
Third Wedneaday of each month     tn
Oddfellows- Hall at I o'clock. Viaitlng Knights are cordially invited.
F. W. TERRY, C. O.
G. H. BROOK, K. of R. * 8.
V   of »
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to .
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Tov, n.    -  Revelstoke, B. C
before.buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for tlie' bush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes. Pants, Box, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required In your business.
WHEAT IS
IVIGViNG FAST
If there is a western grain blockade
this year it will not be through link
of effort on the part of the govern
inenl to prevent it. However, nl
present the prospeots are bright Umi.
ilie western grain will be all moved
to market Without any serious tie-up
Tin: wheat waa a little slow starting
to move, but ollicial figures show that
it is now going (onward at a record
rate anil tho prospects are that by
the close of navigation fully double
the amount handled last year at the
sume period, will have come east by
water. The grain is ol an exceptionally  high  ijiiaHty.
ALL    ARE    HELPING.
The Uailway Commission,, Him new
Grain Commission und the admintsti
ative departments ut Ottawa havo
been doing everything possible to facilitate tin- movement of the crops ami
the outlook is that for the lirst. time
for years Ui-im will not In- u Berious
blockade. Hon. Robert Rogers, Minister of tin- Interior, bas been work-
ins all summer on a plan to have the
The
name
McClary
guarantees the
'Kootenay' Steel Range
to be a perfect cooker
and baker as well as a
durable range. We
also guarantee the
'Kootenay' to be a permanent investment Call
and see it before you
decide on the
range
you'll
buy.
212
M^Glarys
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STEEL
Range
Made Specially to burn B. C. Fuel.
Repairs when necessary always in
stock at Vancouver.
SOLD  BY BOURNE  BROS.
period ol tli
iiniiilli mnl lms lm I many  inl
with    shipping    an.l Insurance men.
Last     week  he  I ■"■ 8  With
i It.  !•'.  Dale,  of thc  Montreal     I
nl Tra le and  ' si ntal Ive of   large
Insurance  Interests,  and  tbe  prospect
is that arrangements will be made for
an extension ol the 111 iod ol na
tion.
AIDS TO NAN IGATION.
If Mr. Rogers     succeeds In tbis  it
it will  tie a great Loun to the   ■■
em farmer, us it will mean the
more grain will be moved belore sole
reliance will have to bo placed uu the
railways. The Marine Department has
already  made arrangements  (or    icebreakers at  Fort  William ami    Port
Arthur to   keep   the   harbors   opi-u   tu
, the latest possible Jutes.   All pos     le
aids to navigation have been arranged  and  additional  lights  have      b»eu
placed at Georgian ba> i,urts.
That the railways are In a better
position to handle the crop than ever
before is uue largely to tue efforts ot
the government, Last winter a conference was ti, ..i ui. Ottawa between
members of the cabinet and the beads
ol the railways to discuss the situation and in prevent anothei
RAILWAYS   AUK   PREPARING.
The railway magnates were (lankly
I told tbey  must  make larger  pre] ai i
! tions    to handle the     west's crops.
, They sturted early  . ...i , ia<  d    large
orders lor car- and at intervals over
since tbe Raallway Commission    bus
prodded tbem.  Thc railways made remarkable  preparations  and   the  three
roads, Oanadian l-acinc, Grand Trunk
and     Canadian   Northern added tbis
summer to their rolling stuck no less
than  twenty-two  thousand  box    cars
ami  live hundred  eng'iniK,   In  addition
no less than seventeen million dollars
was expend d on t  tnnnents with intent solely to expedite the movement
ol grain.   This se.i  n millions    La
not including the millions spent for
extensions, branches, etc. This money
was spent on increased switching facilities, better terminals, etc. The
C.P.R. ulso last year spent millions
on improving the line east of Port
Arthur along the north. On the Canadian Pacific railways single line
sidings have been doubled, steel bridges, have taken the place ol wooden
trestles to bear the weight o( heavier
locomotives, and grades have lieea
reduced.
ANOTHER SPOUT.
This yenr thanks to th- eflorts    ot
the  government,   the  west  will      not
have     to depend on one single track
I east of  Port  Arthur for thc    move-
: ment ol grain after thc close of navigation.
USING THK  N. T.  R.
I     Hon. Frank Cochrane has been pres-
j sing to    completion the only section
Pen-/Ingle
1 Ungear   -
THAT is the name, and
below is the trademark,
you are to look for next
time you buy underwear.
Your size in any garment
with that trademark will
flt perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nothing extra for this
extra value; and you get our
Guarantee of " money back
if you can fairly claim iL"
Made at Paris in Canada,
by PENMANS Limited. „
o( the     National     Transcontinental,
:.   Is to  bc  of  any immediate  use
to the west—the !in- from     Winnipeg
chrane,     Cochrane is tbe point
.   the Ontario government railway crosses tbe Transcontinental and
With  the line completed to Cochrane,
it it  possl       to    !   p  wheat that far
over the Transcontinental and thence
south  and east over the other  roads
to the ocean  ports  ot  Canada.     The
minister of railways on assuming of-
; osslble speed be
■ ler  tn finish the line     in
o be ready this lull. Major Leonard, the    Transcontinental Roilway
Commissioner, bas been speeding    up
the     work     with the result that the
steel will be linked     up to Cochrane
early in November and in plenty    of
time to aid  in the crop movement.
HUDSON hav WORK.
llut the government bas In addition
ad. Ml   Cochrane has
i. rushing work on tbe lludsou bay
Uailway.   lie bai    .    le a remarkable
record,   Tbe   Liberals  talked  Hudson
Hay      Railway (or      fifteen years uud
tnadi  two election campaigns on it in
the    west.      They   bu.lt  a  hall dozen
paper railways, but at tbe close of
fifteen years all that had been dune
was ti, start a bridge at Lt Pas uud
let two weeka eton the last election
one contract, Mr. Cochrane has in
one Bhort yeai let tbe 'ontract for
the whole line trom Le Pas to tbo
Bay, over four hundred miles and
work is being rushed.
TERMINALS  AT THU BAT.
Lut Mr. Cochrane h,is not stopped
at that. A road to the Lay without
an up-to-date harbor to receive, ships
to load the west's gram would be ot
little use, and the minister has likewise rushed work on the water Bide,
so thut the contra -t will be iet this
fall lor terminals, elevators, docks,
etc. By the tune the road la coni-
pleted, there wiil be up-to-date bar -
bor terminals. Mr. Cochrane found
tnnt this phase of the question had
LU vi-r been properly investigated by
his predecessors. There was no ac -
curate Information In his department.
He at once despatched expeditions by
land and water to the Hay to make
thorough surveys of tlie harbors of
Fort Chur hill and Port Nelson. H.
T. Huzen, an expert harbor engineer,
was engaged, and It In charge of the
work. At present he 16 at work ln
surveying Port Nelson, and if hit report on tbis harbor is favorable lt
will be chosen as the terminal as
fiom a railway standpoint it is much
n.ore des-.ralde ow.ng to the fact that
.t is eighty miles ■ loser to the west's
wheat fields. As soon as tbe port is
in. the final choice of terminals will
be mude and tbe contracts will bt
let, so thai work will not bc delayed
It is expected to have the road completed in time to help carry the crop
of 1914.
FORT WILLIAM IMPROVEMENTS
At Fuit William tbe new Grain
CommiMioD ti making preparations
.'or handling next year's i rop by er,-
ect.ng an enormous new public owned
eltvator wblcb will he apable of
hnndlina.- three million bushels of
wheat. It will he one ol the largest
and the must up-to-date elevators on
the continent.    V. .ne  rushed
and will continue all w nt,r n that
tbe elevator trill ready by next
(all. A contract I.i- alto been let to
: the govern -
evator at Port Col-
: ome.
The Grata) riiiiiiiitosjlnn has also
completed arrangement* tor the    es-
hment   ol   a sample  market      at
-omething tbe western  far-
have long Veen asking for.     In
to hotlM tl the Grain
Exchange ol Winn peg it doubling tbo
.' .ts present building, while ar-
:-'c:its  are It   through
the Railway Commission to have ad-
dltional  railway  facilities.
ir
—
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n
i ■
Instead of " patching up" your  house,  repair
for good with concrete
/IT.',".' bags of "Canada "cement, iome tone and ur„) tad water, mixed and placed where needed, will
a   make an old house lool like new,    What Is more I tmenu,   bt the!
^ foundations, ate] ,i      tie) capt, or flolumtiabatti   art made to last.     Time, wear anl weather have flo
effect upon concrete, event t" nuke it atrnncrr.
Even il \-ni have never used concrete, you can mill lily Iram how from -mr 160-pt .
" What the Farmer can do with Concrete "
\"   ch wt will itnd t>>
how to ii - ' oncrete f if icorc
Write for it to-day,
wi™.
bitv  etiaeat.
^^^^^^^ '..   l''Ce. i t.ll "
Ce-ient       I li   I .vim   i uil   bt
ttrlatt, "/ iula«/5«(iert.
you free upon requeit   It will id, ■ < mcrett porch ta wtU ai
ol othei purpotei around the humc and on the farm.
It i> absolutely free.
Addreia
Canada Cement Company     o   '
Limited *' *i »s   r-   .*
without t bt'fatmg you n w ■
514   Herald   Building,    Montreal      ""
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L Saturday, November 2, im2
TZEEIE IM!A.TJ^-TTttTlJL.JLJD,   IRF VELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2,  1912
Egg Laying t,unieat
j ly spare mi hour at this time of the
I duy.
Internati   ial Laying Conl Bt,      ul ,.,...-,.,: .,■ evening On     Monday
... tne  evuiiii. laBt the boi .ii committee   ol
ation  the a.- ociation pulled mi one of tne
\ jn  ard, and the
bus locals
Total  eggs lai . ■: oin  2 ]      , I --'
tier 20, 1911, to i
l'en No.     Class l biggs Laid
. —Vibite  .   .     ■ ... !
Us'.   , ...-..   .- - ti .wirt,   lim
i..   ■    |   .    .:.,.  N.S.W.,  Austral a I
9—White  Leghorns 	
i. II    I..:.'   I'm   m.
.....   N.  Z.j
10—Vitttte    Leghorns    SOO
ii.-j prize, J26,  Dr. Medd, Mi. Toi
.....  \  :toi -.i, li. C. )
• ■■■ I     a ,.., IC
prize, HO, E.   i    H int  a, Cow
i .  I
s— n'hite l.-mi., rm  77s
.    •     i .Hun As.
in l...       liron m       .
iu,  i.   • .
•'• I ■■-•-   Tir,
6th pn .        . lb
Bi   : .l.i.ii  i.imiii
WillLin ...  us, B.l   i
".. ti   Legborns   73*
i —',>_,-..   Leghorns   717
14—WUI    .. .     :i.-       7m,
2J-   •-... I     Le^h-jrua   ti'1'2
7 —obit*   l- ghorna   683
j — White Legborns
E —Whit.   Leghi rns
Tl—Bull     Ll
IJ—Wh.te  Lt
21—Anconas  	
2 —Vi h.U'   i.- .
St Ml.--  ii mi   pulled  oil iu the As
social   hi.   The coiumitiee   wish     to
thank ..,.:■■ who assisted lu    making
the e.  ning s enieruiiiiiiicut th.- great
b icces     hm  una       i he    lieveli toko
orchesna  wn - • ■ ■    •   nii. us wub
the ud i'.u i  ol  i I'M progrum, The
ladies . in BO luken up w Itu lhe how
ling in., ys uut .ii ., ..." completely
bi "ii ueinselves, and would gel so
, .cited ihat i m .. ivo dd lutow tuu
bans in in,- . iu-u hefore thej were
half way up tho alley, hlveiybodj ox
pressed tbcuiselvci hm lullj satisiied
witb  the evening's  program and are
Coming   again.
Bible      Stuilj    clasi es   Ou   .Sunday
moi ning ul       u'i the Buys' Bible
, lass n uots a.   i ii   . nildiug.uud li  op
en t,, .ini  i oj  ji tlm City, who does
noi  ,ii u ml i is •'■ rn m.  There is n ue«
.    I'ii'il   Silli'. .
i in Tin   lay evi it si iin o'clock
I bei •        u      id ci inn, quite
a number urs ulti imI.h.   this i lu
but  tii. i m      room lol  more,
Clean coal at t'oursier's.
If  sho  said   "bring  chocolates"  she
means "Sugar Bowl" chocolulcs.
Tbe "Sugar  Uowl"     hot chocolate,
coilce and tea, ow.-, is unsurpassed.
l.'lean,  smokeless,  furnace Lump and
uul coal ut Coursier'B.
The  "Sugar  Uowl  Kottntalnj',    liko
.Charlies Mini, is still running. Wo
are still serving out to satisiied customers our delicious ice cream, sodas
and   Sundaes.
j All subscribers uot receiving thc paper regularly are requested to com -
muuicate with thu editor, Mail-Herald
■ Iiui. 914, Huii'lsloke B.C., in order
1 thai their complaints may ho ixcti-
licdl Write your full uatiie and ad -
dress legibly, and your complaint will
bo attended to promptly.
Her time  uas wrong,  ln-r  tune was
bad;
I The   Hindi   lii'i   Stud)   ma.le  her sud,
Sin- said good  bye  to all the diss,
And  bought a Gourlay Angelas,
At the Itevelstoke Music Btore.
CITY CIRCULATION
AGENT
id
Landing   Montreal   Daily
endorses GIN  PILLS
s^JT*"^ [VB„lon? yearof
yl*t Ojty a   x(   suffering   from
"I havi
Our citizens will  soon huvo achuueo
, i in Bee Him v.,,i. Icrful mineral radium,
1 a demonstrutiuu ..f wireless telegra
Rsjlphy, and    tin-    nun'.i talked.of feats
jjjjiwltb liquified air.   After ascertaining
^' that many  were most   eager for such
MIS  u  threat,  and  making sine that    the
_ jyg I entertainment is    heartily   endorsud
.. iii')', throughout   the  Dominion and  Status
18—White Leghorns   629  DOth "" a popular and Instructive ono
6—Brown Leghorns  ill '""      Association     Una arranged Ioi
16-Whlte  Leonoras   610   Vlu1'  Wm'   "'   Palt*<  :"  lM"'t    dem"
11—Wbito Leghorns   44C "nsttt'tw to i io with theso   threo
15—Whit?  Leghorns  429  wonders dn evi ■: iu N	
17—V, .. ims  '..... in
Pen No.     Class i Eggs Laid
A BUOOBBSFUL TREATMENT
Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Meriden,
Conn., Ill years old, was advisod by
her Physician to try Dr. MarteU's Fc- j
male I'llls, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
sny the same. 211 yeurs the standard
at your Druggist.
Kidney Trouble-
two boxes of GIN
PILLS —and   it's
I . - *j '. ~':Jc\ all gone.   That has
W*' /j>)'4j& been the experience
ol Mr, li ii gene
Quesnel, Chief City
Circulation Agent
of Ln 1'atrie, of
51 on I real. He
describes it
feelingly :
Montreal,
Muy 3rd, 1912
been suffering Irom Kidney
Trouble for over (ive long years. I
bid also Rheumatism in nil mv bones
and muscles, could not Bleep nights nml
on some occasions could hardly walk.
[ bail been tainted by sonic of our best
I'll; 1 : ms but without reliel and 1 lost
over fifteen pounds, Due day I met
om- ni mu: leading hotctkecpers, who
had been cured by yonr famous (UN
I'lI.I.S. an I lie .ul .-'iiii tne to try them.
So I bought two boxes nt tnj druggist's
and before 1 bad used one box I felt a
big chain;'-, llcforc 1 finished thc
second oue I waa completely cured,
I can fissure you I can hardly believe
it for if I bad only known what I know
now I Mould not have spent over One
Hundred Dollars for nothing when two
boxes of CIN 1'ILLS cured inc."
Bt'OBNE Qt'lCSNiv',.
(UN TILLS arc gaining a world-wide
reputation, by tbe way they conquer the
ni" t obstinate cases ol   Rheumatism
and all Iliads of Kidney Trouble.
■joe a box. 6 for jti.50. Sample free
if yuu write National Drug and Chemical
Co. of Canada. Limited, Toronto.      141)
83—Rhode  Island  iteds    664
i.lst prize. 4H>.|. A. B. Smith, May-
wood l-.ii . \.i; ,...,, B.C., formerly
of hi Imi m : i, B.C.)
25— White   >....... :.   814
(2nd ,.;..• I 0, '.. \ lams, Dox 640,
...   B.
it'.- 1.1.    . .   .   il   is      MJ0
J.J,  tJougan, Cob-
.     :•
86—Bai   77s
(4th . ..a. Hagan,
P.O.,  - .'..
32—Rhodi   Island Reds 	
15th prize,     ,'ancouvei    Exhibition
Al I .1.'  .1     I'M.,
ther l'oultry Ranch, Central I.ui.,
li. C.)
■   i.oc.s     TLiij
in l'oultry    Re-
• ■ ■    ■ il, Fred, Mathews
Hy. i . ,
C4—••   72S
  ilo
35—Barn .  Rocks   5w
29—B .-'  1.  590
w.- Wh   •.    ■  6s,-
.;—i  i,oi
36—Paeti   :,ei
- .       .   . • - ...  tl2
:■      451
-l'.>—.-    • • ■ Ii*     i.'i
.ng and flowing like water, yet     ab
solutely      dry. sii iimi  that   ,1     10.Is 1
1 cicely      un u    1 I.m' i   on   ICO,   melts
steel, freezes alcohol, makes iron and
' ubbei  i'i .ti. ..  .is hard    as
Bteel, and though it is 812 degrees below  sero,  > 11   It     v. :.  produce heat
;;."..',ti degri ...... and i" 1 toi ■■■■
numerous other paradoxical teat a
large house 1- alreadj assured for th,b
novel mill guaranti rat class
attraction.
To im- held   n 1I1
WAVrKD
by   under  ihe  auspice*   ol   the   \ M
Vanoouv-   November 25tb.
er,      : laM  1 and	
. iring
- c    y Pen 2, J,
1   X.S.W., !
y Pen       W \N'Tl i'   v.-   1 • to 1
McDonald,     comer ,,t   1:
and Connaught nventi
.1. It. TERR.    '    Sumbci lm.
_	
ra ft wtK.11    \   n,        i- .
Victoria
-—      - I    Mail Ilendd.
Y. M. I i n
w WTi-.n- Om
Wintei     months      vpplj   Boi
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Iteveletoke. B. C
'■'       -' I that a
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HEAVY DRINKEP. CURED
£amaj ia Cured Him and He Helps
Others
A n
1111, an
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that .
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.1 meet .      I      ted tt
.ot. ■ .-,„•.;.- .r-
'ntn? ..' talk
,., 1    is ■ :   -• neiting
.;:portant.
•:-:it  Keel .'1«y
J.W. BUv
ilool.
r. IA bl   the order
1 I is opon to
jiB;  n^ta iS •-.•      ,.    e-- fan J'0»elb-
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\   1 mr HUM   PAI Ii \<".i     '
muria Prasei ll
lar full partli  Is •  1**1 • ■■■ nlati
,...      '■] >,. aan ah»oliit»l:   '-»'   '■ '
poMr*!'' I" f1*1" ""*i'"i pacfcsiM   '"
anvnno aai<:nr fnf it  and ""
«ht«   pap'"'-      CeTrairtr,nltartca   Meredly
ronfd'ntlnl     Wrlti  "  '':v
■mr.  f^^MAttI^   m >'i m   i •
,,rpf  1      ti  ^Ihr.rno «treei
"*n»d.i
Also for rlnle hy   C. R. Mnrflonal'l
VtitgfiMt, Rcvclrtoke, li. (..
.Notion;; iui ,i,.ui. ill ,.; . has cro-
nti-d such a liii'iiic as did the discovery of radium, .■.. ■■-. ..mm constant
heal, light .... .... as, and appears so nearly inexhaustibly that
scientists    11 ..1 live and
....■ii.i.ii .ts wonderful properties for
1 b'Hisiiii■!.'. o. j ors. it is so extreme
ly scarce aud     so difticult   lo obtain,
that its cos-,  is o\ei    1 ,tti ,'   '    per
ounce,   but Mr.   Patty  has moiigh of
.1   lo  show   us  nil   and   brings  appal-
utuB  with  which  10  demonstrate its
-. 1.imi. is 1,1 .,11 audience.
Clul. i.iii\     ....1 show a complete
-.j.,' wireless  telegraph station  in opera
.on.  send and rocei.e  wireless mes-'
and perforin uud , [plain many
experiments with this discovery.   He
brings  a Buppl)  oi liquid air,
which is ordinary air liquefied, loou-j
I -,    vwr—,«a^
\   .■;-,
Scene in tlu- noted play  Bought and I\n'd For
Opera House Saturday, Nov   ;nd
5ssri
1 >,**» r
'fr
&3¥
^URNLMFOi^
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w
"Highly   Recommended.,,
"1 woulo certainly recon.mend that you get >\ Gurney-
Oxford Mary. Mother had one, and when I furnished
my house, I #ot one. Every maid I ever had liai
been enthuaiastic about the Gurney-Oxford"
"What arc it* good p-.    I   f
" Well, the be*? ll        . ike* like a dream.
I never '.sated itirli golden l>ro r such fla^ey
paatry aa my Gurney-Oxforri turn* out, and roaatt,
fowl* and pudding! I f always a »ti«.ce»a,"
" !■ it eaay to op<
" My rirar, it'* simplicity it*elf. The Gurney Economizer, whirfi • j. ,n any other rtnge,
regulate* th. I ply hy pulling one small lever up
or down. You nevr L< "I nnyt!iin(( »o r.imple.
An'!        »    rati   I) of divided fit   * the  nven it  Hlway*
uniformly h attd. You know what that meant   biadiita,
hr'-ad, roasts, not one h^if OVefdonfl .md the other half
unH"-'.one, hut properly done all throtlgfca Yet, my
dear, yo«i take my adviro at I took mother's, and get
a Gurney-Oxford Range."
Revelsloke Hardware Co.
Rt.velstoke, B. C.
OPEN LVLNINC5 UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK
Let Us Loan
You lhe Money
AT
O   io
To Buy
Build
FULL  LINE OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Well-
iiiRton solitl leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before  purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shun liopnl, urn, Saddlers
Harness Makers
PAY   OFF
MORTGAGES
OH    IMPROVE
REAL  ESTATE
See tlnr Plan
Phone, Write or Call
THE CANADIAN HOME
INVESTMENT CO,, LTD.
G. S, MARSHALL
Representative
NOTICE
I have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will serve all Chinese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOON
First Uoor West, Next to Fire Hull
TELEPHONE    -287
Dress Making
K. B. S. Tailoring Sabonl
Having now secured suitable
premises, will open in the
TAYLOR BLOCK, over
McRae Meicantile Co.'s
Store, Monday, Oit)her 7.
All orders for dressmaking
promptly and skilfully attended to.
Howson (3& Co.
Are prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and alll House Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
COAL and WOOD
Good Screened Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand   Hemlock—dry—$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.     Phone No. Oo
S. G. ROBBINS
Two Night classes weeklj—Wednea-
day ninl  Friday.    Hours   from   7 to 9.
Day luw. from'II to 12; 1 to 4:40.
Catherine Goodwin
Box 26      -    Revelstoke, B.C
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(lulena Bay lands in parrels ol
10 nr 20 ftcritp or en blue. Correspondence Invited,
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
~coalT
of Gall Lump Coal arriv-
i     Orders will  have
prompt attention.
;-. otetia) Agendo
lilic V mii,'
A. Davidson, PH2jj2NE
Sewing Machines
A nice new Bt,,<-k ut SImk-
■    i Wilson Si'W-
iriK Machines
For Sale or Hire
- in ."tli .v Manning's.
In Is of machine needles
eked.
MANNING.   Agent.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at thc Revelstoke Plumbing CB,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'linnc JH1
Night Phone 4d
1'. O.  Uox 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 of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
rJ/Vletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH ANO DC0R FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Kveryliody knows him, he nil)
tell yon Unit tin- whiskeya we nre
Bi-llitiK nre l In- hest. lull nnd be
ronviiii-fil. No household should
In- without a supply nf om Harvey's Speolal 8cotoh Vihlsksy; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, Kum-Hiiteari
HU years old or Blaokbeny Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines aud Liquors of all
kinds mc unexcelled. Hold hy all
the leading hotel,, ur telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Doalers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.   1 inch, 1 % inch to 3 inch
Dry Cottonwood
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Site for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Street and Smelter Track
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3,  1912
THE! J&J±TTj-JS:JIITIJL1L,T>,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 2,   1912
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B. /fume # Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Heavy Tweed Coat, trimmed with large ornamental
buttons, heavy strappings,
large pockets and heavy cuffs.
$17.50
Ladies' Fine Caracole Coat.
This is a beauty. Satin trimmed and full satin lined, full
length coat. This Season's
model and one of the best.
$25.00
>.P.
Special Sale of Ladies' Warm Winter Underwear
TABLE No. ONE
Vests and Drawers, mixed wool and cotton,
white and natural, any size, good, warm, fleecy
knit	
Three Pieces for $1, or Each 35c.
TABLE No. TWO
Vests, drawers and tights, some all wool and
a few sizes in children's, natural and white	
50c. per Garment
TABLE No. THREE
Fine All-wool Vests for Ladies. Some short
sleeves, mostly full size long sleeves, in white
and natural at 	
75c. Per Garment
TABLE No. FOUR
Finest all-wool Vests,   ladies' sizes only, fine,
natural wools and white wools, silk trimmed
$I.0O  Each
New Camel Hnir Blanket
Cloth Coat in the new Camel
Brown and Tan. Some are
reversable     Beautifully made.
$27.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Finest and Best Fruit
That Money Can Buy
Mcintosh Red Apples, Gravenstine Apples,
Wealthy Apples, Cranberries, Red Grapes,
Green Grapes, Kastern concord Grapes,
Oranges and Lemons. r
Fresh Shipments of Fish
Kippered Herring, Finnan Haddies, Halibut
Choice Coffee Beans Fresh Ground
Mocha and Java, per Ib 50c
Our Own Brand 45c
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Condensed   Coffee  with   Milk and    Sugar
Chase & Sanbourne's 1 Ib. Tins 50c
" " 2 Ib. Tins 90c
Nabob, 1 Ib. Tins 50c
Post urn Collee in packages 25c
Choice Teas
Ram Lai's % lb. and 1 lb. packages, 3 and
5 lb. packages, 50c; Sunbeam, Red Label,
40c. per lb.. Blue Label, 50c. per lb.; Blue
Ribbon, White and Red Label, per lb. 50c.
Liptons, 50c. and 60c. per lb.; Ridgways,
50c. and 60c. per lb.; Tetley's, 50c. and
60c. per Ib.; Salada Blue Label, 50c. per
lb.; uncolored Japan, 1 lb. packages, 50c;
5 o'clock 1 lb. packages, 50c, 51b. boxes,
$2.25. Deckafulty, 1 lb. packages, 75c.
We have bulk tea, 35c, up to 75c. per lb.
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Holbrook's Sauce (large bottles)	
 Regular 50c.    On Sale at 35c.
Gillard Pickles (large bottles)	
 Regular 50c.    On Sale at 35c.
Olive Oil and Cucumber Toilet Soap	
. . Reg. 60c. pcr do/.    On Sale at 35c per doz
Three Large Assorted Cakes in box	
• ■ ■ Reg. 35c. per box. On Sale 25c. per box
Individual Packages Grape Nuts and Post
Toasties 20c. per do/en pkgs.
Exclusive Hat Styles
We are the sole agents in the City for the famous Christy
Hats. These hat makers were the first to make stiff hats and
today make the best. Our soft hats of their manufacture present
all the new features without being extreme. Let us show you our
line of Rough Felts and Velours.
MEN'S STIFF HATS
In the new wide brim and low crown,  feather-weight quality.
Cannot be duplicated at near the price
$3.50 Each
MEN'S STIFF HATS
In medium and extreme brims,   "Scott" quality.   The best hats
made
$5.00 Each
MENS VELOURS
In all blocks and in different shades of green, grey and brown.
Christy's quality
$4.50  and  $5.00  Each
cTWEN'S  ROUGH FELTS
In   the   latest   and    snappiest    blocks.     All   the   new  colors.
Priced at
$3.00  and $3.50 Each
The Correct
Storm Coat
WVhether it is a big, roomy
" ulster, a smart, knee-length
street coat, or a dress overgar
ment you are in need of, we can
show you the absolutely correct
style in 20th Century Brand—
and that brand means something
—it means expert tailoring, irreproachable style, perfection of
fit and your choice of the first
selections from the leading woollen makers of the world.
We are exclusive agents.
Prices.    $25 to $55
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to 50c, also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Oarpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are soire exceptional good
bargains In Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for iO
days only.
LINOLEUM
This week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs in black and white,
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
the time to make your selections while the stock is all here. Come and
see them anyway.
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T PATfRPAY, K0VEM1
THE   J^J^TJu-TTTQTiJ^J^JD,  RE^TElLSTO^ZEl
Saturday, 'jovkmuek
11)12
0 t~t 1 innrnr-i—iii-iiiii-fiT-nii—— ■■!■■■ i—inn n imi hiiubim miiii i—a—it—wmii—uu— u wjjuimwwiv
j Going Now at Sale Prices
  ■■—■!■ ■ ■■■— —  .,_■■■,   | ||,    »,.„     „m„ , _     ammmm     t ,M     .„—._,,.,,,i„ ■—— —
The Entire Stock of Womens' Long Coats and Suits
All New Fall and Winter Styles
Ladies' Navy Blue Serge Suits
Sizes 36 and 34.     Rjegular $28.00.
Sale Price      $19.00
Ladies' Tweed Suits
Regulai Ptice $22.50.    .      Now $15.50
Ladies' Long Goats
One lot  to  clear at $10.   Regular
$20 Coats Sale Price $15.00
Misses Fail Goats
Regular Price  $9.00.    Sale Price
$6.50
IIk-i   Coals will lil girls Irum   10 to il miii,.
Call in and See the List of Goods We Are Offering
at such a Large Reduction in Price
REID & YOUNG
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, 13ll,
Funera ol hei
Fred    Somen,   . .1
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ment  at Detn 1 ,S.A.
■
K&immLMnjmMtoantmmarmxaaiaam
int uiii in miii•
Th, Bt .>;.. .■;   frade will  a 1       I tv
Oity Hall   1I   ■   laj   ... ht,   - 11
p.m.
Mr. il. Cook, wno     underwent     a
opi ration   > 1   append! cttla
. mi .  ii       f recot erlng.
r rli Dvli   ni Mi • •'.  Lyons,  will     lie
bear tliai  he it now pro -
nai is recover]
.
Thi . ol  Mi    and Mre,
11 regret n> bear
. on, Cltu>
Monday last.
<ipl'll J
Ing J with hi' tion Mi • 8\
. ..-;.-. 1     Miu Hooley,
.;. :. .'ancouvei
are ol L.t mi.
.   m  Service
,\   Sunday
There
I
Prisskk ^inq Season
I'or Prestrviiiu l-*ruits we liemlle only the best.    Ifyou wish to  pro-
cm    such fruits as cannot be  beaten   either  in  quality or  ptice,  wu
ivouli)  ulvi 1  :.... I 1 plac   jour onlei witli us.    We will [itaranteeite-
live! > "I nil 1,1.1. ,~ t.iK, 11,
IUI I'lMAiiS  AM» KUUUHRS
Tliis .season we ai 1    llie celebrated Mason l-'ruitjars ill Tints.
Quarts .uul hall gallons,    These J irs require no comint
par i-xi-.-lK uce.
(
They
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
KaVnaiJfcvaJ-aTHI
Revelstoke Inside Property
Real Kstate is selling rapidly. Why not get in hefore all tlu most desirable residential lots are taken up?
Last week we made several Rood sales to local buyers and ii «ill onl) he a
short time hetoi e these lots are .ill . losed out.
Call .,t mn office ami c,«--t lu" particulars. All our propertj can be sold
on easj terms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Mi. and Mrs. Rogers ol Salmon
Ann, spent last  Sundas  lu this city.
Malakwa celerj gained the Brat
prise and highest honors at tin- Bum
merland Iruit tali on Monday lust.
'lu    1. . ,.'   .,;.   : ,.ai I.i.
ihst church uill meet on Tues 1   .
. ning .11 8 .■ clock In the vestrj     ol
urch.
cn  Wcduesda), Nov. t.1
tn . :1     mei   n
City
Bpiuk  on  tl
■
Tl   M
■
I to.
1
■
■
■   ■
Mr. Harry Maxwell spent Thanks-
giving Hay With friends In Salmon
Ann.
In t|„. Methodist church Sunday at
11   a.m.  .m  "Object  Talk"  will     be
11 to boys and girls; 7 30    p. in.,
"Annual     sei mon     I 1   ' irangemen."
al  music bj   ■ ie 1 boil.  In order
t the convei
■ be names ot thi
.
at   the  ,loor    The
cited
In
it
ets —
-
■ .
.-.■es at
Duke Administers Oath
Ottawa, Oct. 2'J—At noon today Ins
royal highness the Duko ol Connaught
at Inu ofllce administered the outh
ul uiiiee to Louis Uoderre, member for
Hochelagan, as the new secretary oi
Btate to oilccee.l Hou. W. •! ■ lioebe.
The administrative oaths were also
administered to nou. ttobert llogers
as minister ot public works iu succession to Hon.. F.D. Monk and to Hou.
W.J. Roche us minister of the interior. TTus completes the cabinet chuu
hm.- made necessary by the resiguu -
tion of Hon. V. 1). Monk.
The writ for the by-elccllon in the
Hochelaga division o. Montreal where
Mr. L'oileri-c will seek re-election will
be issued without delay and the voting will be over belore the bouse
meets on Nov. 21, There is still considerable speculation as to why L.T,
Marechnl at tb • Lint moment stood
a . le for Mr. Ooderrc, Two reasons
ul m )_.,.. 11 anil m.mii -rally accepted,
First, that objection Wu taken to
Mr. Mare.-hal entering the cabinet ns
a representative ot tbo .listrict. of
j Montreal and representing Obarlevolj
constituency in the Uucbec district,
and Becond, B tear tti.tt mi.ler .such
.-..ii.hi ...ns Mr. Marechal might not bo
able to carry the constituency.
lt is understood that Hr. Puquet,
chief government whip for Quebec,
has placed bis : esii 11 ti Ion in the
lands of  Premier Bordon.
(Ittawa, Oct. 2:1—At a meeting of
the cabinet this afternoon the date
was lixed for the by-election in Hocb
eluga, Montreal, ren.iei1,1 necessary
hy the acceptance of Louis Ooderre,
of the portfolio of secretary of state,
N'omiuatiouB will take place on Tues
day, Nov. 12 and ,-oting on Tuesday,
S'ov, I'.i. On Sept. 21, mil, Mr. Co-
ileire had a n a . : 1 0 over 1,300,
Hie English vote 111 the municipality
of Webtinount which forms a part of
the division or Hocheluga, going almost Bolidly againsl Mr. Rivet, the
former Liberal member on the reci -
procity Issue. Tne . pectatl-on here
tonight is that despite Mr. Coderro'e
large majority at the general olec-
tions, there will be a contest. Ool.
George Washington Stevens, who re
cently resigned as chairman of the
Montreal harboi board, is mentioned
as a possible Liberal candidate, hut il
Is considered more likely tbut a
French Oanadian will be chosen to
cany  the opposition standard.
The Evening Citizen in dealing witli
the cabinet changes, says: "It. is 1111
derstood that Mr. Pelletier was offered the portfolio of public works, but
believed his action in accepting that
department  1  . :-.understood
at the present juncture and as he hud
been taking a deep interest in the
work of bis department whieh offers
so many opportunities for progress
and bui eess.'ul administration, he has
preferred to retain for the present thc
ilio  of  postmaster  general.
"Wii there is nothing ollicial, yet
b( chances are understood to strong
ly favi 1 tli selection of A. C. lioyce
M. P., for West .1 ;oma, as solicitor
general B position not yet tilled by
the present government."
NIL \m
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
The diplomas provided for competition among the rooms of lhe two publ
lie schools at. Kevelstoke, for the best
exhibits in color work, by Mr. A. Mc-
Ha., president ot tbe Revelstoke Agricultural Association Fall Fair, 1918
have now  been awarded as follows
Tha following     pupils of     Selkirk
scb, ol won prizes [or penmanship   ati
tho  Revelstoke  Fair  uud  Exhibition, I
1912 I
All the Departments in Selkirk
school received one of these awards,
and division 1, 1, and 1; of the Central   school.
Tbe competition brought out a
large number ot exhibits, which wore
very* creditable to tho scholars who'
performed lh. .lesq nln 1 and coloi ing
of same. It, is hop.il tnat al the uext
Fall Kxhibltion, a further advance
will bo made along these tin * it b a
view io securing elaborate .1 ■ ■: lays of
the work .lone b\ pupils ,11 our pub-
lie schools.
Third Reader—1st,  t.  II iy;    a.l,  U
Mackenrot,
Second Beaaer—let,  L.  Bert  .    ml
til.  Frey.
First Reader—Nf Hall,n.l; 2nd, P. |
Tivini.
High Second Premier—1st, It. Mlcl-
el-H;  211 I,   R,  Fittante.
Low Se.ond Primer—1st, It. Rowlett; 2nd,  i-:. Pottrufl.
Beginners—1st, K. Squarebriggs; 2,
D. Nelson.
CENTRAL SOHOOL.
Fourth Render—1st, B, MeKinnon;
2nd, V. Jollille.
Third Reader—1st, ii. Williar.l; 2nd,
L.   Maley.
Sect n.l Reader 1st, lit. Shaw; Inl,
N. Mad-don,
First Reader—1st, T. Leigh; 2nd,
10.  Ming.
Secoud Primei 1st, D. Leigh; 2nd,
S. Burrldge,
First Primei—1st, L. Harry; art H
Delia.
1„,        _ MJBa-    y
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AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing; Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
Vies -President Dies
Uticu, N.V., Oct. at)—After 11 long
illness Vice President James s. Sherman died at bis home iu this city at
a:42 o'clock tonight ot uraemle poison
caused by Height's disease.
He bad been sinking since earlyI
morning nnd ii was realized that
denth was a question only of n fow
hours,
There wus slight relief shortly after
7 o'clock, caused by nn apparent improvement in the condition of the kid ,
neys, but it did not pro?e real 0ri
lasting nnd nt best gave only temper •
ary hupe.
At d o'eloek the patient's temperature rose tu 106. From that time his
condition rapidly passed from bad to!
worse until the end. Mr. Sherman
was unconscious when the end came
anil had • been in thnt condition for
several  hours.
OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 1912
THE BIGGEST SHOW EVER SEEN HERE
William A. Brady, Limited, Presents
New York's Greatest Comedy Success
BY GEORGE BROADHURST
DIRECT FROM THE PLAY HOUSE,   NEW   YORK
Where It Was Seen for One Solid Year
ALL STARj CASTE
CARLOAD OF  SCENERY
Prices, - $1.50, $1.00,75c.
Public Schools Attendance
The       att at    the    public
■  was a follows:
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11
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McKiNNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform •"li'Hing       Sttu.or, Hr.       Fool-Rite Sliw.-
WISE MEN LOOK AHEAD
The opening up for settlement of land south.
The building of Mount Revelstoke Auto Road.
The possibility of Revelstoke-Portland Grain Route.
The Double-Tracking of the C. P. R.
The extension of the present C. P. R. Shops.
The erection of a New Tourist Hotel.
MEAN MUCH FOR
Revelstoke "The Capital of Canada's Alps"
There are many wise men In our city, who, in the last few weeks, looking to
the future anil recognizing the fact that tlie many advantages coming mir
waj will boost our city us never before, have purchased local real estate while
the price was low, as ii is al present .Many deals hive heen going on quietly
by those who are "in the know." Next vear Hevelstoke will make wonderful strides ahead,
Be a Wise Man and Buy Now
HERE'S A FEW GOOD ONES:
Three Lol . Bat h 25 x 100, in Block 9, on Campbell Ave., only   $1500
One Lot, 2!> x 100, With small shuck, opposite Y. M. C. tA       500
Four acres, cleared and planted, with two good 7-Roomed  houses,  at
west end, a snap at       3000
Big House on 25 fool lot, McKenzie Ave,, close in, for   3600
House "fi 50 Foot Lot, Third Street, West, a bargain at    1275
WK  HAVE  HOUSES AT ALL PRICES
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Focal Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G. FoiEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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