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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it ia
unsurpassed.     Price   $(,()
Interior Pubhsning Co., Agts.
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Come to lievelstoke Fall Fair, Oct. Sth, 9th, 10th
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HUNTERS AND PUB]
Vol. 18-No
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REVELSTOKE. H. C, Su.PT. I, I9iy
$2.50 Per Year
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ELECTRIC FIXTURES
We arc BhowinR the hest lines of Chandeliers e 'or
shown   in    B.   ('.     for    the    money.    NKW   MODELS
REVELSTOKE FALL FAIR
OCT. 8th, 9th, 10th
New Buildings. Costing $5,000. to be Completed in Time —
Another Five Thousand Dollars for Prizes and Attractions
Exhibitions of Pruit, Field and Garden Produce—Three
Days of Horse Racing.—Sports and Pastimes.
ARTISTIC DESIGNS,
CANOPIES WITH BEAD FRINGE 	
   in White, Amber and Green
ENGLISH WALL BRACKETS 	
with Art Glass Beaded Shades
PORTABLE LAMPS	
Desk and Adjustable Hanging Lamps, Hall Lamps
with Art Shades, Electric Tucket Plash Lamps.
Large Selection of Portable shades.
TUNGSTEN LAMPS  26 c. p. to 250 c. p.
CARBON  LAMPS   5 c. p. to 32 e. p.
  11Y1.0 LAMPS	
ELECTRIC IRONS TOASTERS STOVES
COFFEE PERCOLATOR* AND URNS
ELECTRIC FANS
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada.l
Hond Otfioo-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      ■       6,425,00u.00
Reserve        ... -         6,425,000.00
Total Assets,        ■      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents nt nil principal points inJOuniulu,
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First, National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bauk, San I'Vau-
cibco'—Wells Fargo Nevada National >'ink. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits ol $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
ourrent rate frum date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelatoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgir.
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CLASSIC
M SHOE
A Shipment of this Celebrated Brand of
Footwear just to hand. All this Season's
Shapes.    A full range of sizes.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, / First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor and [ragrancy. Bold i» 1 Hi.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
PUS-PLAYER PIANOS
Vice ProBldenl A. J, McDonell,  k
III'   cllllil'   III    all   iill llll-lusl ii'   n Illi,;
ol iln1  Revelstoko Agricultural Asso
ul inn   held   in   the Oity   Imll   mi Tin's
iiii)  afternoon,     Somo twonty  m
l.ii.'i woro present, Including Secretary
T.K.I.. Tnylor.
FALL FAIR, 1912,
Chairman—We uru called together
to consider tbe matter ol making detail arrangements tor our Fall Palri
Including the securing nl suitable attractions. Following upon tbo reconl
tour undertaken hy our Flying Si|im-
.inm i.i  i Btors, around lbe   Lake ■
siilu points, wo are given to under
Btaud t Imi tbe rancners, imn produc
its living i" tbe Soutb, will tins sea
sun h.ivi' lor Display in the varied
classes ol nxhlblts, produce fer out
clasHiiij;, both as regards quantity
uud excellence, tbat put up at anj ol
uur previous fairs, Thanks to tbe as
Blstanco ol tbe Provincial government
who have donated n sum of $400 to-
wards tbe prize list, and tu the gen-
Bcbedule, was iinuoiini'eil hy tho I ac
rotary to bo roughly $2,250, ami n
committee consisting ol Messrs. \\
Lovesquo, F, B. Wells, and II. .1.
McSorley, wore appointed to solicit
contributions. Tbe sbnilrman mu nii'il thai  llii' I'liu  Mutual  would In' u.i
led in oonnoction with bhe rnoos, thus
securing to all sportsmen an absolute
ly square deal, ami enabling tin' As
M'Miaiinn in pay into the lunds of tho
fair, tl.r percentage of receipts    col
Revelstoke Again Victorious
The RevelBtoko v.m.c.a. football
I'.iin lilt, ua Sunday mi Nu. l, lur
Kamloops lu oppose a team repregnt-
Ing the pick ul that city, lt will he
remembered that on Dominion Duy.
tho Revolstoke team boat them to the
inini uf 8 goal iu - at. Revelstoko,
und mi nu Labor Uuy tliey Journod to
Kamloops lu try mul uphold their reputation. Tho weather oondltlonB
woro adverse to    good tootball, and
deBplte llie Imi   Unit   ruin  lell  heavily
iill duy umi rendered the groundi almost unplayable, tratnor Brown's el-
I'vi'ii braved tbo elements and came
oul victorious hy tbo odd goal In
three, Rovolstoko Oaptaln winning
the spin ui ilir iuui. Kamloops kick
nl nil amidst gronl Meltemont botoro
a tow hundred ipootators, Kamloops
proved aggressive during tho early
stnges ul tbo gamo, but tbe Revel
sink.' boys retaliated strongly and tbo
lirst. Imll was evenly contested. When
referee J, li. McLaren ol Oeltlo and
Scottish    International fume sounded
the Whistle for bulf tunc noltbor team
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lectod by the machines.
A sum ol $I,inni whh rniseil In   tin-  bad scored,
ii ting, to rru towards the expenses     On resuming the    Revelstoko   imys
uf the fair, and it. iH believed that pressed detcrmtnodly, but found Kam
when tbe collectors have mude their limps defence hard to beat. Fifteen
rounds on     Friday  next, the entire |minutes Irum  time  Kamloopa     were
awarded     a I nity for a Revelstoke
defender accldently handling the hall
inside the dreaded area irum     which
-urn will easily have been secured,
OTHER ATTRACTIONS.
Tho secretary announced that an cl-
aliuiate series ol siile shows wuulil  lie
booked as additional attractions for
tbe lair, tbo Inquiries already recelv
ed, and tho enthusiastic Biippdrt ten
dared iiim by the cltlzons generally in
the furtberanco ol hm wurk ul    ar ■
rangement and organisation wero   a
guarantee  that   the   Hevelstoke      Full
eroslty ol our local morchants    and Pair of 1912 would be a record break-
supporters, III,, prize list for the Iruit  j,,,.,  »UCCes8.   Three  davS uf fast    uud
;       Sheet Music and all kinds ot|(i
Small cTVIusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
and produce sectlans ul the (air,    is
already woll over the sum allotted lor
lust year, and these two facts, com
liiiieil with ih.' alteration ol the 'date
eiial.lii.lC iis tu i.'iti'h the produce when
at its hest. shuuld result in the ex-
blbltlon portion ol tins year's (air
being a record suci-eHs.
NKW BUILDING.
'I'lie Provincial government, in nc-
cordonco wltb their expressed pulicy
uf encouraging iu every puBsible manner the development of the Agrlcul -
tural resources ol this province, have October 1912
nutiiii'.l uur Association that they
will make a donation uf $2600, being
one bulf of the $5,1)00 to be spent this
year in additions tu the permanent
exhibition buildings un our fair and
exhibition grounds at Uevelstoke. It
will lie recalled that some two years
ago, this Association outlined schemes
ol permanent Improvements Involving
a total cost of $10,1100, this new wing
which will be built iu time for our
forthcoming 1912 fair, is a portion of
that scheme, and we hope within two
years, when the balance ol the $10,-
IHIII has been expended, tu possess m
Revelstoke, an exhibition grounds and
equipped buildings, see,m.I to none in
tho whole of thc Interior ol British
Columbia, the outlook therefore for
tins year's fair, is brighter than
ever.
HORSE hacks.
Vie Iiave to arrange fur suitable at
tractions which w.ll attract the public. The agricultural interests ul tins
district, will Uud iu thc prize list,
shortly to be Issued, thai their wel -
(are uud Industry has been most ude-
quately catered to. But we have to
put. upon uur calendar sume attrac
tiun which will draw tbe general pub.
lie.   There  have  I n two  proposals,
and two only, submitted (or serums
consideration, and I lay both these
bed.re yi.it. mi- is the engagement
ni Flaying man stark, to give exhibition flights on bia new byeplane and
the other Is that we dispense with tha
Flying Machine, and have instead a
three day horse racing card, consist
mi; ol at least six races per ufter -
noon, fuui beting open to tbe world,
an.l two events confined to local
breeder. or owners, The cost ol bring
nn- the Flaylngman to Revelstoke foi
three   .lays,   woul,I   he   roughly   $1800,
The    purses   to   be pi led lor the
burse races  wuiild     amount   to about
ti '"Ml   lol    three   litis  ..      II    ,a   uf   I'UIUse
Intended  that  a large  variety  ol  other side attraction! shall be engaged,
bui   we  ale  talking  now   only  uf    tbe
principal events.
As the chairman ol this meeting 1
shall lie e;iud to have your views on
the matter at length.
A long discussion followed, the
main facts brought out being, thut
tbe large majority, in tact the meet
Ing unanimously, were in favor ofthe
horse rules, ,,s providing a drawing
card superior to everything which
could be suggest,',1. „s th" central lar.
tor in the three days amusement, A
| motion was thereupon adopted, cm
powering the committee of arrangements to organise and advertise that
there would be thr,*' .lavs racing nt
Revelatoke in connection with the (all
fair of i 112, namely on October Bth
'Mh and 10th, and to take the neces-
secun a ri pre* Dtatloo
prominent rtablea now
taking part  in   tiie     Van vei  and
meetings.
Tho sum mentioned as required ln
iorder to guarantee thc success ofthe
furious fun, something doing every
minute in every hniir; a series of events which will provide something interesting for evory agriculturist, miner, tourist and resilient, whn is within reach nl Revelstoko on the Bth,
nth and mth of October next, thai is
the object for which the committees
are   wmking.   A   Kail   Fair  that  will
Proven BCored, After this reverse it
nnly proved to show that trainer
Brown's efforts were not spent in vain
for his team Bbowed tbo better combination ami stamina. After a con
liniiuiis bombardment mi the Kam
loops goal it ultimately toll to     J.
Ilill to equalize the score. This sile-
eess was the means of making Revol-
toke settl,. down to their Usual cum
biniitiun ami Allan obtaining pusses
Sinn   uf     the   ball,       beat   the   ilefenee
single banded and   gave goal keeper
Jukes uu chance to save with a low
oblique shut. This proved to bo tho
winning goal uf a well contested game,
and Revelstoke retired int..nuns   by
2 goals to 1.
After the game the players and ntli-
llve in  the memory of every une who  clala "r  ,"'Ul  to""8  ""''   ">  'be    Do-
utt.'iiils,      (luring   the  entire    winter, : minimi   hotel and spent   a pleasant   ev-
Spring  and  Bummer,   until  fair  time   en,nS '" MOt and entertainment,
rolls around  arain,  that  is  the kin.l
uf (air Revelstoke is going tn get inl    Mrs' Henry H. MeVity will not receive  on Friday,  Sept.  Cth.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT
STARTS TO-MORROW
Contestants from Golden. Rossland and Other Outside Points
Will be in Attendance.- -Some Excellent Games and
Exciting Plays Are in Store for Lovers of the Sport
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
The Game Season will be here Next
Week. How About Your Firearms and
Ammunition.
A choice Hue ol these goods now on bIiow, including ' the
lust makes.
SHOT GUNS   Slngls and double larri I
RULES   Large and «mall Home Rifles in all the prevailii
Calibres,
Sliiiniin;' Co iti. i'ui' lilg    Bell    '    n Ci   i' I ' '
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TIME TO  BUY  HEATERS    We arc   ngcllti   foi   Mcf-'lary's laniona
Stoves and   Ranges,    See   oui   line   ol   up-to-date   heating
•,lu\ es null  nil shtiU.
GROCERIES   ' 'boll e I iroci rii      Fruil     Vegetables,   I i ■ ■ '    I
Coffees, Telle)    Tea . Hay, Flour, I'oultr) lupplie
AGENTS FOR Sherwin Williams' Paints, Oils, Vanishes, Cana
i nl Co., Ltd , i .a <.liin- and Oil.
PLUMBING       HEATING        TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Kevelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
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EARLY APPLES
Yellow Transparent*, good eating or cooking apples
per box only   $1.;?G
Pull stock of Fruit .Jars, including Schran, Economy
and Crown, at low prices.
Large Ears Sweet Corn, por doz 35c
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
A liis tennis tournament will ho open, .1 nt Hevelstoke tomorrow, und
weather permitting it will be a great
success, iu fact the greatest uf tlie
kind lor many years. Tbe uiitaiile
players entered su lur frum neighboring       towns    .lie     inessis.     VllcKS  uud
Campbell ol Nelson, Irom Kossland,
c. Dempster and b. Dempster, lium
t,ui,ten, Mir.- Hainbly and Miss Bacon
All ol these plal'is aie strong cum
petitors and representative ui tbeir
different clubs. A nominal charge of
.;.. cents wlll ne made tu spectators
uu    the    grounds,    tea    and     cake
(Till   be  sell M.I   tree  ol   charge.
The local players are all. In good
form, i.m'mm. will not close until
ten o'clock tins evening and will be
received over tbe telephone at the ol
me ol the Becretary Mr. J. U. Sib
bald, .ir., Phone No. i-' until lu p.m.
ib" oventa lor Friday's play, these
im ui,l day ul the tournament will he
posted iu v. ll. Mucdoualit's window
uu the evening ot the null, aftei the
piI'liiiuii.iilet ium played off.
Courts Nu. i and 2 aro al the club's
grounds,  uiul  court  No.   3  ih uli    Mr.
T.K.I,. Taylor's groundi. These three
inin Is will all tie 111 use lur Ilus Iuui
iiiiiiieiil. Players will ublige tlie See.
retaiy by being punctual In arriving
al   tbe COUrtS. •
Tbe lasi event uf tins tournament,
but by uu means thu least will be a
dance given un  the evening ut tin' Oth
inst., ui the Catholic hail. There
will be tt trm ned orchestra In attend
nine, thus assuring guud music uud
ttie udniiNsluu lee will be ii lur gentlemen uiul 50c. fur ladies. As tlie lo
enl tennis club docs nut do tilings by
halves, it is an assured lint tbat thiH
dance will be a must enjoyable affair,
Following   uro   the  events  lur      tbe
inst duy ul the tournament:
THUH.SUAY  i)  A.  M.
Court Nu.   I    Taylm   and  Miss  llm
dy,  vs,  Obas.     Macdonald mnl  Mih.
Baoon.
Court No. 2—Miss llinnbley vs. Miss
I'euri Robinson,
Court Nn. 3—Samson   nnl i'n run
vs, Bobbins .'imi M'llartei.
lilllli  A.   M.
mi t. Mo,  1   iii'ini" ni  .iini Demp -
■ ■ 1  vs. Macdonald and Taylor,
Court Nu. 2 Miss Huydcu vi, Mrs.
Reynolds.
'    Cmirt No. .1—McCart.r vs. Samson.
AFTKHNOON  1:80 P.  M.
Court No. 1—Reynolds uud Blbbald
vs.  MeVity and Crunyn.
1    Court No. 2—Miss Hardy  vs.    Mrs.
Dncon.
I   Court    No.   8—MoOarter   and Miss
llayilen  vs.   Rothwell  nnd   Miss   .lean
Hyatt.
:i V. M.
I   Court No. 1—Campbell vs. Sibbald.
I    Court No. 2—Dempster vs. Reynolds
Courl  Nu. 3—Cameron vs. Rotrbins.
t 1'. M.
Courl Nu. I—Wlckes vs. Taylor.
Court Nu. Tr Blbbald and Mus Ham
liley  vs.  CmiiMi anil  Miss  Kiiliinsun.
Court Nu. ;i   iteaiie mul Miss Law-
son  vs. Robbins and Miss .1.  Hyatt.
5 I'. M.
Courl   Nn.  :.'    MeVity 11111!   Mis- Paget  vs.  Reynolds mul Mr .  Reynolds.
i' t  Nu. 8—McLennan mul Paterson vs. Burbidge nml Rothwell.
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
Preparations are being made lur a
im- season's work, Nu pains are be
Ing pared in make tins season the
biggest on record, in the physical
department   there    will   be a  greal
change   fm   lbe   bet ler,   music  will   In'
, f   ibe  new   features  ill   the  gym,
basket  bull,      Vnley   bull,     Bad mint Otl
leagues  will  be formed, Special   wrest
ling,  anil  leaders  classes  will   be held.
Parent!  WOUld  be  Wise il they would
.uu i.iei letting their boys Btart right
in (rom tlie lirst. dais, young men
whu spend their time loafing around
the   sl rents,   would   ilu   well   lu   spend
theli  evenings In tbe gym or reading
room,  ur bOWllng alley.
All those Intending tu Join should
hand their names tu the officials     as
noon as    possible   hu that arrange*
ments enn  be made us to cluBW'H.
a muss meeting ut the graduate
nurses uf tbe provlnco will be held ill
Christ church school room, Vancouv
11, Tuosday, September 10th ut :i p.
in.    The  objeel   nf  this  meet uu-   |s   tu
organise a British Columbia Qradu
lite   Nui si'    VSSOl in"   fur   tbe      |illi
pose nf (ibt.11,11,iim registration for tbe
nurses nf the province, It is hoped
all who can posBibly attend wilt be
present.
SWIFT'S SPECIALTIES
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Premium Sliced Bacon in Glass Jars
Derby Lunch Tongue  in Glass Jars
Derby Ox Tongue  n   Glass Jars
Derby Peanut Butter in Glass Jars
FOR SALE BY
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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BIG REDUCTIONS
IN BOYS' CLOTHING
Fancy Suits for the School Boy
from -1 to IG years.
Keg. Price $5.00.
Now $2.90
$6.00.
"    $3.90
$7.00.
"    $4.75
$7.50.
"    S4.90
$8.00.
"    $5.40
$9.00.
"    $5.40
See our  window showing—25
pair of Boys' Sliues at $1,65.
McRae Mercantile Co.
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THE MAI2L-ECB3R^XiI3,  REVELSTO'EH
WEDNESDAY,  SErTEMBEIl 1,  1912.
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Splendid, Up loDate Residence for Sale
THIRD  STREET
$4,000
Cash $1,300.    Balance on Firsl Mortgage
Juvenile Bostonians Coming
The Revelsloke General Agencies, Ltd.
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IMSHKD   WEDNESDAY   AND
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BXVKLSTOEK. n.  C.
Marriage Law
Ottawa,  Aug.  .'.ii   Prom  tl"'    pres
i hIiIm dolny.  Mr. Saiiuii'l lias lulormod
Inu' of llm progress made so inr   and
ol liis hopes of furtUer progross in tlm
I enrly futuro,
"Wii li regards to sunn' ul Him other
rates all 1 can now say Is tlml. it has
now Im'i'H ili'i'i.li'il, .sn fur, Ilml Komi'
ul tin-in will in- reduced und sucti re
ductlon will in' in.nii- within n lorl
nighl or so, but thai all rates will not
lu' lowered. Mr. Bum uol being nwny.
1 do not i'liii- io announce today what
tho [-eductions aru deckled on, nml on
the «hole, the public will bo in a bet
ii'r position l.u appreclalo theso roduc-
tiniisif they are mado altogether and
imi piecomoal. Mr. Samuol will wire Boleetod with great care, with tho ro-
me ol nil rcduutlona to lm mado when suit that tho playet'B nro almost In
all tho details havo boon worked out, I reality the pooplo thoy are supposed
They     will lio anuouncod   Blmultane- to depict,   i  ol tho features ol this
oiisly hy Inm and by me, As lar as 1   tunolul comedy  Is  Lho production,
mu concerned, I will reserve my hum  I    Never belore in tho history ol litis
bio Judgment in.hi I know the lull ox- attraction havo they had a   moro ol
timi  ol those  reductions.  However,  [|{.borate. Bcenic oquli il  Hum  in us-
Names ol pupils piniBont every sos-
slon:—Jack Allen,     Oharlle   Barrett,
The Juvenile Hosionian- have croat-JKtta Barrett,  Roll Carlson,  l.nvniine
ed    (or    themBelvos a   pl«      the  ""-"'.   Ragnar     Oranstrom,    Esther
hearts ol the hotter class ol theatre   Clrlltlths, Lilly Hill, Vera Hill, Jenny
„,    ,.  „„    mu„i,,  I,,.      .1 < iiiii-1 aii.   Horn   LldbOI'g,   Tnin   McMn-
goorB wiiii'ii is overluBl ing.   i neu  ioj
,  ,  ,,    ii,,   ;,,,.,.,.,,.>;iii'   hon,  Ni'llv  (llsson.
ul    lullilWIIIU    IS   Colli lllllillly    illlli'llMlUK.
, ,  . ,,,  ,„„.... l-l. M. liuucic, Teacher
ninl  linn   rank nn » ost oi amur-i
Iran  Juwnllu organisations iB richly
deserved,   Cosgrove  and   Lang     will
presenl  tho Host.mums in thoir Latest
mimical comedy,  "Tho  Droam iliri,"
at tin-  l'.'iii|iri's-  theatro on  Sopt.  18,
An unusually largo company Is   ru
quired  to prcBont "The Uroam Girl"
und each one ol tho casto has    boon
I
nut
wmli io nt ni i- i hal     Uanada in
bound to ticcepl t beso reductions,
•'Ah Him lai i woid to ho iieod In this
umi tor ul cable rates our Hlvortj ol ac
tion romaina unimpaired (ur many ren
him aiid among others becuuso our
■ itoi um ism.is iiim,miiiiis, with whom
wo deslro to acl In lull eo operation
ninl in concerted action, will havo to
,.ht   iii'iid  oi   events  II Is  con Idored j ho  consulted  .is in  tho tuture
jntcrlot pubUsbtiifi Company,
Utnltod
pi aii m ,ii.,  certain t hut uo 1
in an .   .'...:■   relating  Lo  i ho  mul i lago
lion  will  be introduced In  pai lio
ment  Hum coming se slon, While there
ml with this spat I'l i"' ' "inM'ly.     Thfl
sitiii'h of the pl  all  transpire     in
Spain, which gives tho scenic artists
opportunities Ioi iho display ol their
achievement,
Big Eddy School Report
Following is the report ol Big Kddy
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
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J.  K. JOHNSON,  Mnnaget^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
11A.-1M  ,,      , !:i  [,,-s.    editor,   rt-'    coosiderablc  talk ol amending the
 British North American act [ollowing
the  judgment   ui  Him  privy    council,
which made  ii  cloui   that  the tedcral
parliami ut   hai   no   jui Isdlcl vor
Ithe question,  so as to clear  the  way
i'.i   Ihr  .nlu,.lui'l I  n I 'li'l'al   mur-   	
.   i      law,  llie agitation hus ol    tutu  talnment   when  Jolly  Hilly
ded.    It   is also understood  that  Clifford  presents  at  the o]
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ K.\.   I.uiimii.'I.i'I',   M.I'.,   llu-  lallii't     ul
rhe   Victorian  tlu   now  luiuous  inll   ol  lasl     inson,
tin   - ..... i.mm   lm    Lakou  tho    i i.ii.l  ihai  he  is    not
•     question    any   "'  thllt »™<*»*™
Iation  ol events,  Meanwhile, overyhody  wlll I nul,llc sch°o1 '"'   """llh 0"ulll8 Aug
be bnppy t" hoar thai at loaBt mum-j •"*'•  l!"-:
Iri'.iiii'tiun  will  bo mado In the   higu   Days .school   was  n  session       r>
rates to which the public hove so long   Total  actual  attendanco       sr,
beon subjected." I Average actual attendance  17.20
Sails tor Home
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Thej   won
i.n the  wharl by Sir  Vi    l;
j g the Liverpool i liumli	
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> ■   a very  ...i...... ......     th>.  vvm,|c question     which
... .   uiip i.t  .oi.im.i tin- solemnisation laws ol thei
Jolly Billy Clifford Here Soon
The theatro loving pilblle ol Ravel-
i oke are promised excellent    enter -
Single"
1   liullsi'
on Si-iiii'inlier 9th mi.I mth, Monday
nml Tuesday next, ins latest version
muBlcal comedy
j worth while "The O-irl, The Man and
Tho tlmiie..' Everything is brand
new,  oxcept   tin'   i Itlfl.    It   is rii:lit   uji   |
tint j
Avorage nctual
Hoys  	
Cllrls 	
TnrdlnoBB of pupils
^^^^^^^^ prepared  Lo carry  the
lit. Hon. K. I.. Boittci. and   Ui|(|i|.i  ^ ,, , u,rDudj  |m;  au||(,
""''      in  pull ileal  circles  tlie opinion     in
lueiu  .mi, i.ui,  held that  the matter
, , . In thu iniliuti'    with    the   liltest.
should  rest   where thc  Imperial  pnvj
.  ,,       ,   ,,     .,,  ,     besl   lun,  th.-  must   tuneful    and cat-
,    .. cilllieil    lluced   it.     Althullilh   llie   lll«L-|
wautieii cliiesl Bongs, and has 1.■ 11 a very lav
ish lords did  nut answer  Hie crux of
rdlul i ilh     ,, ,,..,., ,,...,.    wntered  '"-ll       impression     wherever  ii   has
been seen.   Billy Clifford Is an enter
^^aaaaaaaaaa. aaaa_a. ,,,.., ..       ,      . ....    , taillCT    Willi    lllll.[lie    llll'tlllllls    alld is
in  |.i.nn.l   province ol Uuob.-c the (acl   thai  thej I
,,   ,     . .'eil  tins Benson   in  a role  I mi      Ills
art)  ibankBloi   I'ointeil    that   whatever  that    law
,      ii...-nl     lie    tile    lliilllllllull    COUld    llut   111
; .. .... ,   lalitj  - mend
any case Interlere, would t<n.l tu llu-
' them in I    tui ...uiu     uo|.le( thu) [h(, ,lh|y tuing ,,.,,  flp|, tuo
..:■ was   a.iim.ii    advocates
mo,- ul ilie vicioriuu was tno Aiinai    advocates  ol  a federal   marriage  law
I    capacity. She  to do  ist.. await   tho result ol     the
; i l,e Victorian   u> al    ','"1"    J"1^"'      n,:l' Iucau''i
.   the   lattel
, t ii lloroud
judgment In tho Mebert cose when ho
docided that the marriage "f two Ro
mini iai lilies belore the Protest Illin
ois comedy talents to perfection, he
i supported bj nn exceptionally clever company nnd a beauty chorus
composed ol two dozen pretty girls,
who sing, dance and deligbl his audiences and as comedy his play j* un
in atable.
Prograsbiue Association
New   Westminster,   B.C.,  Sept.  2.
The day Is drawing near now,     when i
{arewell from spectators ,.n the shore Ister wn    valid and legal  in tho eyi
Mr. ■ ■" unything of     thc civil luw.   Should Hum judg
. rier's speech ment   be   appealed   to     the      privy
•  mi,i remarked council and be upheld     tbe muse ol
■   bud to   ..-  .'i tbc .until  w I in- eliminated,  it    '" cbanQ  winning thc M	
ry. He added that he is very doubtful, however, II anything  by the New  Westi toi   I'rogressive
tl   the  iu.ins.    "  No will Ue done m any attempt made to   \usncintton for  lies! theii
.     had anj  signili ward amending tbe British North Vm  ,    (   ,. ,    ...,.    [orevei     Septem
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m the  LllBdfitT LiiOlE H31ES
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The flies that arc now in your
kitchen nnd dining-room were probably feasting on some Indescribable
mistiness less than an hour nj^o, and
as u sineje Ily often carries many
thousands of dlscaso minis attached
to its hairy body, it is the duty of
every housekeeper to assist in exterminating this worst enemy of lhe
human race.
WILSON'
FLY PAHS
kill flies in such immense quantities
as cannot be approached by anv other
fly killer.
<'uul mining rights of thu Dominion
ill Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, iho
North west Territories und In a por
iiim of tbo i'roviuco ol British Columbia, may ho leaded lor a term ul
twenty one years at au anuual rent
ul nf il un acre. Nut more than
1,5(0 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application lor louuu must bo made
iiy the applicant In porsou to tho
Agent or Sub-Agent ol tlio diBtrict
in which the rights applied lor urn
iltliutod.
In surveyed territory the laud must
i.e described tiy sections, or legal
BUb-dlvislons of sections, uud in un
surveyed territory the tract applied
(or Bhall be staked out by the up -
plicant  inn.!..it.
i'lucli applicant must he accompan
lod by a loo ol (5 which will he refunded if l'no rights upplied fur aru
not available, hut not otherwise. A
royalty ahull iie puid uu the moi
charitable output ul thc mine at tho
rate ol live cents por tou.
Tlu- persun operating the mine shall
[urnisb tbe Ap'"'- with sworn returns
accounting for thu lull quantity ul
merchantable cuul mined and pay the
loyalty thereon. If ths coal mining
tights are uut being operated, such
returns should hu furnished ut lunsi
once a year.
The lease will include the coal min
ing rights only, hut tbo lessee may
i.e permitted to ptiichusc whatevei
available Biirfacc rights may he con
sidered necessary lur the wurking ol
the mine at the rate ol J1U.00 un
acre,
l<*or lull    Information    application
Should be mude to the .Secretury ol
the Department ol ths Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agtnt
ul Dominion Lands.
VV.  W.  CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the  interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized   publication    ol
this  advertisement  will   not   lie  paid
for.
FULL  LINE OF  GENT'S   SHOES
Tho well known Keen KutSlioe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.   Call and see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot nnd Slum Repairors, Sitililloru Harness Makore
mier and  Mrs. Borden     and  Mi.  and
to sail   Ib1,  following    tntemi
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Western IRestbentfal Schools
(Distinctly ciitnit.Hi    Non-Dcnamir.nt.onnl)
BRAEMAR
LANGARA
A hiitli el.iM   residential  nnil day
A residential &dnv school for boys
school lor Kills ol nil ui;i"..
I'llteen ;u'l i'-., iitljoitlillH .ShllUKlllle.ssy
Sliuuu,hue8B)  lliiiihts,  Vancouver.
IIi-iKhis, Vancouver.
I,iu>;i' e.iullllils,   inii'.uiillei nt   1.mi'l
rliilkllngu  embodying   the    latest
in)-;-., with ever)   modern  appliance
iileus iu school  structures to accom
lm licnllll ninl coin fori.
modate 30U Inns.
Stall  imi quailed; every  leai hei  ti
I'mIii. .nn.mil standard ol the highest.
specialist in hei own ile|Mirtnieiit.
full provision lor athletics.
l)oth ttchnoltt n|"'ii  lim. Autumn.    For pnrticuUiru nttdrcnB
DH, Kt I). M< I.AUr.N,   HTA.MJC^   Ctll'HT, - VaMih VliU,    11. <'.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Sill EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Mannurr AnuiNlunt General Munaiier
CAPITAL, $lar>,()()(),0()()
REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued by The Cnnudiun Bank' u( Commerce enable the traveller to
•rovide himself with funds without delay al euch poinl of his journey in
.1 . ,'inenii'nt yel inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every
country in the world in denominations of
$10,   .$20,   $50,   $100,   $200
with thc exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated
on the face of each cheque,    They are economical, absolutely sale self-
identifying and easily negotiated, 8>3
REVELSTOKF    BRANCH — F   M   GIBSON.  N!GR
Naki'SP liicv\in, ll. i,. Rothwkm., Manager,
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
summer or winter delivery, 16 or 18-inch and 4-ft.
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm     -    W. C. CALDER
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ivluih  would  have ililuil.'il SODtldM ■  I'-iait-Unnf m l»»l    '""'v/'
a_-"•*-'a-aaaa.
Better Dinners
" Is dinner ready, Mary?"
'• Yes.   Madam    it  is  ready,  and,  I  think,  a  great
»ucces»."
" Your cooking is improving."
" Well perhaps it is, and I hope to, but really, Mrs.
Housewife, I think our new Gurney-Oxford is partly
responsible for tha success I have had lately. I was
never able to cook roasts and fowl so well on our old
•tove, and as for bread and biscuits, I used to tremble
when I went to take them from the oven—they were
to often soggy and heavy. Now they are always
light and beautifully brown, and, if I do say it myself,
something to be proud of."
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" That's true, Mary, my husband has said almost the
same thing. I'm awfully glad you approve of my
choice of a Gurnev-Ovford. Ho approves because of
the saving in coal since we got it, alto because of the
better mealt he it getting."
" Indeed he's right,  Madam    and it requiret to little
attention."
" Thai's fine, Mary. Will you terve dinner in a few
minutes please."
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
' KAMLOUPS CENTENARY CELEBRATION ^
Three Days ol L'un and L'rolic
luestldy, Wednesday, Thursday, Sept. 17-18-19
Baseball tournament, football Tournament, laacrosse Tournament,
Lawn TennU Tournament,   Polo Tournament.   Motor Hunt Races,
Field Sports Kifle Sliootiun Aquatic Sports.
Grand Historical Pageant illnstratiug tlu- progress ol Hjvents since
the luumliiiK ul ilu- first white settlement iu 1812
Trades' Procession. -        -        Decorated .Motor Cur Parade.
Two Iiiii Displays ol lircworks. Arranged by Kill Bros., ol Seattle
Tlie Most t.1.ilim.itr iu the Interior.
GRAND LONFBTT1 I'AKNIVAI, BN MASQUE
mi iln- doting evening.
Come aud lielp Kamloopa celebrate.   Single Pare from all points
ou i.r. K.   inr Programme and further Information address:
Hon. Secretary Celebration Committee. Kamloops. B. C.
Baggagu & Express                                      Freight Hauling
Revelstoke Transfer Co.
We Make a Specialty of
TRUNK  HAULING
Day Phone—No.  44.                                  Night Phone-229
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JUST   OPENED
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i THt REVtLSTOKE 0YS1ER AND CHOP HOUSE |
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House
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Only  White   Cooks   Employed
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer
Regular $5.25 Meal Ticket for five Dollars.
Proprietors
« J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,
ed MacKemla Avonuc, Revelatoke, B. o WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1912.
THE  J&JLTT.-ttttttJL.TJD,  ^E-NTErLSTOKIIEi
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,  1912.
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MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lots ln the new townsito of Malakwa are now on the market at prices
ranging from $75 to $175. These lots
arc nil high nnil dry anil thc regulation site.
Beasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
This new town is just about hull
way between Hevelstoke nn.l Salmon
Arm, being a trifle over 30 miles
from either plnce. It is ... m,mini locution for a town, being surrounded
by a highly rich (arming district.
Lots in thiB townsite can be purchus
cd on long terms so that a purchacr
before he has really paid lor his lots
will have made u good profit on hia
Investment.
Business Opportunities
There is a grand opening for hotels
and other branches of business, Including a barber shop, shoe maker,
drygoods and gents furnishings, and
all  other legitimate  businesses.
A    GARDEN    OF   EDEN   STRAWBERRY    FARM   AT    MALAKWA
'W^&^&^t9^^^
Buy]\£arly
The first ono hundred lots sold will
be at tho low prices of ("5 to J175.
Theso lots will inrrease one hundred
per cent ln a few months time. If
you fall to secure ono blame yourself
when paying higher pr.ces later on.
Industries A/ready
Started
Already Industries are being located here. The first keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating at this townsite will bo
a large shingle mill, operated by
Spokane parties. ThiB mill will be
operated by water power.
Preparations are also being made
to install a water power sufficient to
operate an electric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For further Information, apply to
riessrs. Johnston and Haycock. Malakwa, B. 0.
. . It Might Be Gold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our.record of cures
of rheumatism 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
HJTJ8T NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for |6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CM, 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
C    and with  Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
J".   ALBERT     STOIDTIE      PEOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  end Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern c-onvenie iui
Large Sample Koome.
Rat'-o $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
MINERAL    ACT   NOTICE.
Bpenlovr, Joikins and Turk Fractional Mineral Claims, situate in the
Trout Lake Miuing Division ol West
Kootenay District. Where located :—
On Great Northern Mountain.
Take notice thai 1, O.B.N. Wilkie,
acting as ageut fur the True Pimm
Mining and Milling Company, Limited
Free Miners Certificate I n I,' • i, iu -
tend, sixty dayB from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Hecorder lor a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Uraut
of the hI-uvm claim.
Aud further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Uth day of July, 1912.
0.   B.   N.   WILKIE.
NOTICE
The Annunl  Meeting ol the    Revel -
stoke   Hospital   Society,   stands    ndjourned  till  September 23rd uext.
W. D. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary,
WANTKD
A limited number of gentlemen ou
obtain hoard at private rcHbleiire cen
trally located, strictly bome moos -
ing. For further particulars apply
to the Mail Herald office.
FOB   RENT-Housr on FirBt   street,
Kast.     Apply Mri. I Dent.
NOTICK
Revelstoke Land District.
DiBtrict ol West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Jean Datisc S.
Blondiu, of Montreal, occupation,
Merchant, intends to apply for permission to purchuse the following
described lands.
Commencing al a post planted six
ty chains west and tl) chains south of
thc south east corner of Lot 7072,
thence south i.u cbains, tbence west
2(1 chains, thence north 60 cbains,
thence cast 20 ehuins to point of
commencement, containing 120 acres
more or leas.
Dated June 28tb, UU.
Jean Batise S.  Ulondin,
Ashlar S. Blondin, Agent
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of  West  Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1, Michael Crudy,
of St. Leon, B.C., occupation, hotel
keeper, intends to apply for pcriuid -
sion to purchase the following described lands,
Commencing at a post plunted at
lhe North West Corner ol Lot 1130,
theuce eust 20 chains, tbence north.
40 chains, tbence east 10 chains,
tbence uorth 4o chaitiH, thence west
to bank oi Hallway Creek, thence following bank south to point of :o:n-
uieiicciiieut, containing ICO acres,
more or less.
Dated  August 3rd,  1012.
MICHAEL   GRlllY.
NOTICK.
Revelsloke  Lund  District.
District of West  Kooteuay.
Take  notice  t.iat  I    Owen  Iloyer of
(ireenwood,   B.C.,   occupation,     hotel
proprietor, Intend ti> apply or permission to purchase thc following described lands.
Commencing at a post planr,M,| nt
tbe North West Corner, being ten
chninH eust of the Suuth West Corner of Timber Limit No. 31233, ttf.nce
east 40 chai iih. thence south 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, thenco M.itli
40 chains to point ol commencement.
Dated 26th  June,  1912.
OWEN BOYBtt.
Qeorge Bouchard, Agent.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tuke notice that Marshall Derruh,
ol ltevelstuke, B.C., occupation, Logger, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lauds:
Commencing ut a post planted ou
the East buuk ol the Columbia river
about one and a half miles below
Rocky Point and ubout two miles
above Peterson1! ranch, tbence 40
chains north, theuce 10 chuius west,
thence 40 chains more or less south
to tbe Columbiu river, theme following thu bank ol Columbia rivur to
poiut ol commencement, containing
100 acres, more or less.
Duted August bill, 1912.
MARSHALL DERRAII,   Applicant.
Andrew   Kitson,   Ageut,
1st Issue  Aug.  31st,
NOTIOH.
Revelstoke Land  District.
Dlstriot ol WeBt Kootenuy.
Take notice that John  lt.  West, ol
ltevelstuke,  B.C., occupation,  Baddlei
Intends to apply (or permission    to
purchase      the    following      described
lands:
Commencing ut a poRt planted un
the West bank ol the Columbia river
about 40 chainB below Seymour Creek
thenco west 1o chains, thence north
40 chains, thence oust 40 chains more
or less to the Columbia river, thence
(ollowing the bank ol the Columbia
river south to point of commencement
and   containing   160   ucnis,   more      or
less.
Dated   August  Hth,   1912.
JOHN   11.  WEST,   Applicant.
Andrew Kitson, Agent.
1st issue Aug. 81st,
EGG LAYING
CONTEST
International Egg Laying Contest,
held under the joint auspices of tbe
British Oolumbia Poultry Association
Vancouver Exhibition Board, and the
I'roviuciul government.
Pen.   No.      Class I. Egg"  Laid
2—White leghorns     841
9—White   Leghorns    761
14—White Leghorns   Mil
19—White  Leghorns    646
4—White Leghorns  631
10—White  Leghorns    625
18—White  Leghorns   590
12—White Legborns   682
20—White Leghorus  582
2-3-Wbite Leghorns  580
1—White Leghorns  576
5—White Leghorns  673
7—White Leghorns  563
22—Bufl Leghorus  545
8—White Leghorns  536
6—Brown Leghorns   479
3—White Leghorns  476
21—Anconas  476
13—White Leghorns  464
16—White Leghorns  450
15—White Leghorns  402
17—White Leghorns  »SO
11—White LeghornB  361
Pen No.      Class  II. Eggs Laid
38—White  Wyandottes   692
83—Rhode Island Reds  687
M—Rhode Island Reds  630
26- Barred Rocks   604
34—White  Wyandottes   642
37--Darred  Rocks   680
J9—Bull Orpingtons  574
32—Rhode Island Reds  669
35—Barred   Rocks    513
29— Bufl Rocks  465
30— White  Wyandottes    442
25—Buff Orpingtons   , 436
36—Purtridgu Wyaudottes   427
40— Silver Luccd  Wyandottes  380
28—Solunihliin   Wyandottes    364
27 -Silver  pencilled   Wyandottes  ...36(1
Average prne of eggs, 40c. per doz.
Pen temperatures, highest Hi degrees;
lowest, 4i degrees; average mean 66.F,
degrees. These ure shade tcinperat -
urcs. Rain fell on eleven days; very
heavily on the I3tb. Twenty-one days
bright, and four dull days were re -
corded. A great varinnce of temperature was experienced on the 4th, the
glass rising Irom 44 degrees to 80 degress during the day.
Fears were expressed that the egg
yield would sutler .luririar the past
month, owing to the Vancouver Exhibition being held on the grounds.
From a personal of the records, opposite results were obtained, owing,
no doubt, to the fact that blasting
was discontinued   during tbe exhlbi • I
tion. The egg yield Was higher from
August lath to 2Vtb than during the
earlier period of tbe inuntb. During
the lirst day of the poultry sbow, the
birds were greatly disturbed by the
crowing.
i'eu 2 in Class uu.-. still forges
ahea.l, increasing its lead over Pen 9
by 17 eggs during the month. Pen 19
displaces Pen 4 iu fourth place, und
ties Pen 14 lur 3rd place. Pen 10
creeps up uearer to Pen 4, six eggs
uuly being the diflereuec this moutb.
Peu 5 drops Irum 7lh to 12th pluce.
Peu -'i jumps lioin 12th to Uh, tie.ug
with Pen 12.
Following are highest producers dur
ing moutb:—Peus, 7 (109), 2, (107),
30 and 20 (106 each), 18 (US), 1 (M2)
12 199), 21 fit,), 19 •«), 9 (90). Pen
3 scored 17 eggB, and Pen 17, 24 eggs
during the month. The former Pen is
moult.ng.  and  uppear  very  listless.
In Class two, Pen 38 increases its
lead by one egg during the month, ov
er Pen 33. Pen 26 separates from
Pen 39 in fourth pluce, and reduce
Jl's lead by 10 eggs dunug the moutb. Pen 32 reduces 37's lead by 20
eggs this month.
Top scorers for the month:—Pen 32
(108), 20 (95), 37 ish), 38 (86). 33, 31,
34, 35,   (85  each).
Broodies—Pen 30 (5), 26, 29 (4 each)
35, (3), 27, 34, 36, (2 each. 26, 31, 83,
39  (1 each).
lt will be noticed that in Class ono
(juite a lew pens have e^ual records.
Pens 14 and 19, 12 and 20, 3 and 21,
are running neck and ueck.
As corroborating the olt-repeatod
assertion that strain aad stamina is
more important than breed, it may
be mentioned thut four or five af tbo
leadiug pens in Class one are related
and are uil close up.
W.H.   Stroyan, J.R. Terry,
Superintendent. Secretary.
New lime Table
On June 2nd, a new C.P.R. Uii.c
table came into eflect for the sum -
mer, changing the hours of arrival
aud departure of the trains, wblcb
are sb follows:
WEBT BOUND.
No. Arrive Leavti
3    6:66    6.15
1   16:26    ...1655
12  16:40   17o.k
EAST BOUND
No _  Arrive  Leave
4   24:45    24:55
14   7:20    7:40
2  U;M   12:15
SOUTH TRAIN
Arrives 16:80, leaves 7:40 a.m. Wl I S'ESD VY, £ 4BER  1,   1912.
THE MAIL-HEEALD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1912.
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
il :.,>   thai
es that     il..
hi
found.   Thc tt   - il ii
Portugui a  prov
ng i ..:■.    bei i
Mr.   W.   D.   S(   '      .- ipi . inti n.leiil   of
i hai   i here  w .11
. ..    tbis year,  As
Canada does    uul
i  IM.    | |,,M,M   who
do ■ make tbeir own
is now    i le n  ni
ilvation   \riny.
1    ■ ..      ...     I     |,J     Illi-       will
twe tj l wo years
.:; bimsell i.i
of t   inmundei   n Met,
would have
•en   Me cico   ind  i n-
year.     When
... :   ;   ■   govi I
.-:. to , ■ ited  ' M- farm-
id  fruit-g and i ailroa is,
li      maj   taki
ring   I hi   pi   pie oi  Mexico
I
Prim ighl   a .il mo
•    Kil l n   il M
V. at ot I he late cmpci or
The  prln iu   .'ictoria,  but
.       not known,
In . i     aboul      six
ujoyed hie    ill beaii I
j;.. a.   well us charmed all  wbo  were
, him.   Pic  will
s'henevei   hi   - mn
Dr. Sun  'i el  Si n s     visit to    Pi kin
E ped to bring al uul
Ul       M    ,'. Ml,I
an .   to  huve  shown   i iie   pei pie
i  reason lor    tba
i plot ters Iron l lau-
kow.   II.  .... ised thai  Yuan Sbl  liai
should ip]      i ed  president.   Dr.
thinks     ihut   lie can serve     bis
iettei   ■.-- n cil ,/fit i hun ...   .t
l der.
adoi   i" He-  l ii
■ ■ .  wh.. has been ViBiting  .n
Ul     pcopll    I i..i ■    ll..il
bring iu.'i,i
■I tbe cities oi tue
East* and the Eastern pro
vinci o ■ ina la i han they are now.
lie believes thut this .iiii leu I to increase    i i le  ■'. il h  both m nn,.s     j
tolls sre not  bigber     iliuu
Suez.
.-   •    li nt Tall   has signed  tho Puu-
aius a i lauBe Hay
tog   ' States Bhips engaged
ui u        isting   trade may go    thru'
witbi   i   , ij ing   -oils,  i.ui  that     tlm
trade to foreign
treated  like    the
,-:. , - Manv   United
,■ >l  nearly all Pa
■   •     ... ..o.   ' hul
ii   treat)     by
  the build
■
■ ■ . tei  11. Loug and k'.K.
English polit
...
. -
rativi    purtj     now
will    leal ii
tbem an l
ej   will
-
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I tbey an
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I
lake I
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Illl J
. i. _.      mon
.-   pie I
tbi
room
nt  tbe  top,  mi     tbosi    ■ bo    prcpun
isolvee by I        I        -  will iil,i u
lilnee tbere.
The United States h.i.>    undertaken
(o help iln- government erf Nicaragua
keep peaci   vithin Its borders, aad tbis
i i  bo oasj  as wus expected. Tbo
of  lhe president who asked for
/.  ;   :-.   legending tbe capital, Maaa-
le Diaz.   The leade    ol tlie reb-
: .    .      ,      ral   Mcua,   who   would   like
po be ..... ;ii>i-   Xbui   tie people ui
REVELSTOKE, B. C, AUGUST io, 191a.
Dear L'i stomkrs :
If you were positively sure in your mind tbat you could get really BETTER HOUSE FURNISHINGS
for vour monev than yon eould possibly get by sending out of town, and at the same time enjoy tlie advantages of
liberal and considerate treatment at all times, yen would not hesitate a moment about buying here.    Would yon?
We have been in this business over twenty years, and have learned how to BUY RIGHT and SELL
RIG1 IT. Because of our unusual resources for large buying and the saving we make by getting our goods in carloads instead of by loeal freight, we can AND DO sell goods for less money than you can buy them from mail
order houses with freight added.
Remember, this is a big stock to choose from, comprising everything for the home from cellar to garret, and
every article we sell is such GOOD VALUE lhat il will either make for us a new customer or draw an old one
closer.
We have only to convince VOL' of the truth of these statements to induce you to call. You have only to
see and examine the values we offer to CONVINCE YOURSELF that our goods are woithy of your preference.
May we expect a visit from you SOON ?
YOURS VERY TRULY,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
the United Utatei  as well as In othor 1    1 idles tancj coats to    order, blue,
countries who think the Nlcasaguans chinchilla,  gray, Tan,  Oxford,  brown
polo cloth, fancy boucle, cratinj
(Iressman ,\i Co.'s.
Here's the road to comfort, ,1 vanished thirst, 11 cool body and a re -
freshed one, thc only way is ...i .1
cool -iiiiik nt tli. Sugar Bowl fountain, Mi Ki Dale   \ venue.
Bhould havo been allowed to se I le
their own quarrels. Aiming those who
would .sillier if this were done uie
iiiinii   \ uni nan citizens,
mmm locals
I'leiui coal al  Coursiei
The  "tinfoil   Bow I"  im   thc  best ol
everything,    choi
...f mim.un and  fruits.
1..i.r..-, Mr,  1.   ki.n is ..   Cn
Co.'s.   v
suits lo oiilcr.
Jt is a relief to the i.t.wns to be
uble to obtain again a supplj    •   H
N. 1 oursier's smokeless coal
Mr.  L.  l->
M
iU.    FoSltlVi
elstoki
Kull   BU|
Aui.i - g
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I
s
R. Z. CRAWFORD
''OMROVi
PAINTER
guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
NOTICK
Ft, v. istoke Land District.
District ol West Kooteuay.
Take  uotice  that   I,  Klizabeth Hannah, of HoKslaiid, 11. 0., occupation,
married woman, iuteuds to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands.
Commencing   at    a post     planted
about  SO chains north ol the   North
A'est Cornel  ol Lot MM, theuce    mi
cbains south, thence id cim.us   east,
sins    north,   thencc      'if)
ii.,.t.r.   west   to po.iit ol      commence -
staining MO acres,   more
..
I'm ■ m,  im.
ELIZABETH,  HANNAH,
Per   John   W.   Hunnah,   Agent.
.    Aug. 14.
. 'a Transfer
.
.-.
CO.
A    .       ■
rbinl     ■•  '
■      .
::
11
Irom
.       . ■ ■ I     . ■    1 1	
from     a. 1.50     up* ■
Music Hunt. McKenzie Aveo
Make oul  your ordei Win
ter'a     supply ol  - oal.    Wt bs ■
on band and will dellvei     ..
your owu COI . --n. 'io <   11   , 0 1 W Oil    In
your order curly.   Revel toki   1.
Agencies,  Limited.
MUSIC—Mies ,1-iiihnon, pupil or A
Miller, V.II.A.iV'., London, ih prepal
ed to take a limited numlier of pup
lis for fuition iu music. Kor tei ma
npply nt tbe residence of J. K
Johnson. Ilrit house west ol tbe bos
pital,  First  street.
CffiOll PACIFIC w.
iTAMPEDE
. IER  DA
CELEBRATION
Calgary, Alta.
Sept. 2-/. ial2
SINGLE FARE
FOR ROUND TRIP
• 1
I inai Rei Sept.
Apply   ti    !, 1 al   Agenl
R. G.   McNellie,
District Passenger Agent
r-ALGARY
NOTK S.
■ iki   and use Watei
>      given  thut tbe
, 1 ompan) ol
ll,   w-ili   upply
ise one cun-
rlj     direction
les    into
Tbe
iiXKI feet
i.ink     ui
.  general
-    ,. 191H
In    ti"'
a.  U.  1
■
HARVEY,  McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank Building  Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loaa.
Offices—Revelstoke,   B.   0.,    aad
Craubrook, B. 0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. I'inkbam, J. A.  Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  8M1TH,
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Euginesrici
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106.   REVELSTOKE
W. II. WALLACE), M.B.C.8.A.
ARCHITECT.
P. 0. Box 146, Revelstoke, B.O.
KOOTENAY     LODGE, No. 15 A.  F.
aud A. M.
Regular meeting* are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou ths Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren ars
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Becretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,    No.  H4.1.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. 0. 0. F. Hall nsxt    to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth  Monday in month.  Visit-
.ng brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Bec.
C.  iV. 0.  W.
Mountain View Camp,  No. 229
Meete Second    and     Fourth  Wodnee
days    in  each  montb  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
tally Invited to attend
A.   .1.  WOODLAND,  Oon.  Com
JAMBS  McINTYRE.  Clerk.
KIRK     LODOH It, 1. O. O. F.
- rjny Tliumdny evening In
riaiklrk Hall at ft o'clock. Visiting
brethren   cordially  Invited.
.I'iII.N  I.VnN      N. 0.
JAM.  MATHIE,  See.
.
Record
I
-   filed willi tbe   ild
i-i   ol   with  He   Comp
11 •■ii'i ■ thti     Parliament
Bu ctorla, B.O
11 .ii,-   Railway  Company
Applli anl
m    i.oenl   Right  ol
. -mmi   Vanoouvei, B. 1
Filet  iseue  August   Illt,
QOLD RANOH LODOB,      K. of   P.,
.  I    M,   Itl-JVKI.HTOKK,   II.   0,
Matte  erefy   Wednesday  Mrept    tbe
;;,. 1.1 Wednesday of »acb month     in
fXMfeUowc'   Hall at I o'clock.   Visit-
,u(   Knights sre cordially  Invited.
'    TKIlltY,  1     1
1,   II    BROOK, K. of R. A H.
11. of r
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing if$>
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'liom
Nil-lit i'liom- -1(1
1'. O.  Uox '169
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the rr.enulacluring business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office  and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
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
cTVIetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting an/Uhing in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
selling are Hie best, (lull und be
convinced. No household should
lie without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, gnariinteed
SU yeurs old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotelb, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1865
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1900
if 3,000,000
Capital       ...
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
3,000.000
23,677,730
27.467,090
33,090,192
1911
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal Cltiee in the World.
A OCNEI1AL BANKINO UU8INE8U TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intereet allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
FruiiLands
FOR SALE
Galena liny lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
Lunil)
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repair*, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelatoke
UNION HOTEL
ARUOWHKAl), B. 0.
Special Attenlion giten to rommerclal
men anil tourists. First-claw samph
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
Phone 42 -  Night Phone 85 W. J. Lightburne, Prop
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
before.buying yonr ont-
fit of working clothes
lor the bush. I mske a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
requircil in vour business.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Sing-
er and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING,  Agent,
' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,  1912.
THE   MAIL-HEBALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER  I. 1912.
V      •
\
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. /fume 8t Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS  DEPARTMENT
We have them the Ladies' New-
Fall and "Winter Coats. Those
great large warm wooly ones. Fnll
length. These have all the new
ideas, large lapels and large ornamental buttons. Plenty to choose
from and no two alike - $15 to $35
Groceries and Crockery Department
Bargains Bargains
For Friday and Saturday
Corn Starch   3 Pkgs. for 25c.
Venus Herring 2 tins for 25c.
Maconocliie Herrings in Tomato Sauce.
 15c. per tin
Specials in Ketchup
Helnze's 25c. and ,15c. bottles.
Blue Label, ,15c. bottles.
Burlington, pint bottles,   15c. per bottle.
Bar Harbor, pint bottles, 25c. per bottle.
Tobasca—35c. bottles.
Mexican Chili—40c. per bottle.
Marmalade
Large shipment of Marmalade just placed
in stock which includes Robertson's
7, 4 and 2 lb. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 lb. jars;
Chivcr's in 1 pound jars; Kciller's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and 1 Ib. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's. 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 and 2
lb. Jars.
Teas and Coffees
Coffee Beans 3 'bs. for $1.00
Ceylon Tea 3 Ihs. for $ 1.00
Sunbeam Tea (Red Label good) 40c.   lb.
Sunbeam Tea (blue label best) 50c. per Ib.
's Furnishings - Boots sod Shoes
SHOE BARGAINS FOR MEN
Those Bargain Shoes have been a winner. Never have we had
such success with a Shoe Sale. To-day we are adding to the
bargain lines and you will have eighty pairs to pick from. Not a
line sold regularly under $5.00 and most of them for $5.50
and $6.00.   Ask for  them.
PRICE :   $3.69 PER PAIR
PUT YOURSELF AMONG THOSE WHO FEEL THAT ONE DOLLAR
HAS DONE THE WORK OF $1.75
School Sweaters
We have just received our Fall lines of Sweaters and Sweater Coats for boys. We have
taken care to stock only lines which we can
highly recommend and on opening feel sure
that our customers' highest expectations will
be fulfilled when they purchase any of these
lines.
HEWSON'S SWEATER COATS Made from pure
Nova Scotia wool, in all the latest colorings.
Coats that will wear and give the utmost return for the money. Either high or low collars.
 PRICE -*2.25 and $2.50 Each.
BOYS' FINE JERSEY SWEATER in plain blue only,
button neck. Small sizes, 90c; Large sizes,
 $1.25 Each
BOYS' FINE WOOL SWEATERS in blue, brown and
red, solid colors, button shoulders	
  PRICES   $1.25 and $1.75 Each
BOYS' FINE CASHMERE JERSEYS-Button should-
der with stripe color and front	
  PRICE-S1.50 Each
Boys' Suit Bargains
We have on the table all our stock of Boys'
Suits. We have no hesitation in ottering these
to the public as the best boys' suit values ever
shown in the City. Watch our MacKenzie
Avenue window and note well the prices.
Boy's Bloomer Suits in large sizes
$7.60 Each
Boys' Bloomer Suits, in Smaller Sizes 	
      $4.95 Each
Boys' Straight Knicker Suits, all Sizes
$3.95 Each
All Are the Famous "Lion Brand" Clothing
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPAETMENT
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.
- —a.     a   I. — ■        ■      ■ I       ■!        ■
The $2.90 Lines. Now $2.00.   The $4 Lines, Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERANDAH SHADES
In Wood Splint, Fancy Colors. An entirely New Idea
--the Roll-Up kind. All lengths, very decorative and
useful. Gives you privacy on your own verandah that
you cannot otherwise have.
Get Them At Humes.     A Large Stock to Choose From WEDN"ESDA\"    S
the a^njLXxJ-ia:E3?i^a.3Lr), revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 4,  191.2.
New Goeds By Express
NEW GOODS-Ocr Fall foods Now Coming to
hand, which we are opening and putting into
slock every day. These Goods come direct from
the Manufacturers.
REID & YOUNG
v^.
Kollle is one ol tho very old timers
ol Revolsroko nnd to him Ifl lustly
iluo Jusi auch a hondBomo homo as
his prosont one In tho heart ol onr
fnir city.
te Wear Overalls
Port Worth, Texas, Aug. 30 Ovor
nils nnd hats are fashionable among
North Texas horsos an I cows now.
Reports coming from Denison, 8uor ■
mnn, Denton and other towns say
that there is a demand Iiy [armors,
stockman and liverymen fur big over
alls and trow bats for their animals
ond that Dow are new seen on tho
streets unclad.
Millions    nf     dies during    the  lasl
week  havo attacked  horse    I cows
In big swnrms, many animals becom
ing uial.l nod an.l running nwny.
Public Ochaols Attendance
The     attendance     at     lho   pnli
schools for August, wns n   follows
THE CITV ifi BRIEF
.   op
■
until
02.79.
Is   lelt
and
i   . •  for
■
eport that M
11.   Hi '   •   ;!"»i
-   '
:: - Haug ol M >!       I,   ^;.> •
:,  Mr. III..
tb    ■    ■ '
Preserving Season
I-' l'i Pruits we liniulle only tho best.    II you wish to  pro
curi* such fruits ns cannot he litMten either in qunliti or 'price, we
would udvi e you to place your order with us, We will guarantee de*
liver) "I nil out, is lak, li.
IIH  IT .JAIJS  AM) RIHUKRS
This season ■■■ nre handling the celebrated Mnsoii I'ruitjars in Pints,
yuarts and hall gallons. These Jai re<|itlre no comment, They are
pal excelli in e.
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Central School,
Div. I....22
IHI.8I    -ii
"   111...HI
fin (III   'li
117.1)3   Iti
..
•• iv...::i
117.11    2H
..          ..
"   V...  31
II5.8H    L'S
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'•   VI.. .'IS
H50U   L'I
..
"  VII   it,
H7S7    '.HI
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■• viii :n
irJ.iNI   L'li
Totals	
li.'i.IKi 213
Selkirk   School
Uiv. i...:;s
Iiiiiiiii   :is
..
•■    II.   :;ii
1)5.27   H5
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"    III..1(1
111)50   :;s
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'.in.nl   :;.;
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••     V      HII
S1I.2H   HI
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•■   VI     III
IHI.U5    IH
The  Nelson S
lll'l.1   ill   i'mii
ral Bchool
won lor August by Div.
VII., with
;i percentage ol
98.78  in     |
unotuality
and   regularity.
Div.   III.
if  Selkirk
ichool \\ ins the
shield with
;l percent-
age of 99:78a
Will Show Here Scon
The past season has developed on
entirely now form ol theatrical entertainment. It is nothing else than a
musical farce, Bomoone toncelved
tho idi'ii of taking o brisk farce, tiring
ing it up-to-date and Interpolating
musical numbers, the idoa proved an
iinnii'ili.'itr smi'i'ss. It is in this Btyle
nf entertainment that Billy (Single)
i llfford will como to tho oporn houso
on Monday ami Tui'sday Sept. 9th
anl   lillb.
Tho oHorlng is callod "Tho Girl,
Thr Man and TIim Gamo'" boing a
lively tnreo, with a lough In every
lino and Interspersed therein no less
than eighteen tuneful Bot\gB added for
goo.I measure. Billy is mth to lbe
host possible addantogo, and is bui
rounded hy on excellent company nnd
n choriiH of rcmorkohly pretty girls
who sing and dance in a very ovcept-
nhla manner,
Guilty of Fraud
Vancouver, Aug. 30—Alfred Hnll,
barrister, »as today Bontoncod to 12
months in juil for fraud. Ho sold the
Bame piece ol property twice, making
the Becond deal before the lirsl transfer bad been registered. Ho was a
gold medalist of Osgoode ball au.l
when he practiced In Toronto eeiued
to have a brilliant future. Ho was suspended from the Ontario bar several
years ago and came to Uritish Columbia.
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
... at  the
Mrs. !•'. Vi.  Laing, on
0 p.m.
I
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..... ' Mm
.,-•:.• y    Mrs,
ifer.  the . id
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Revelstoke Inside Property
Real Kstate is selling rnpidlv.    Win iml (jet tn l»e fore nil lbe most desir-
.iimi- it -i.lt uliul lola .iie LaKeii  up
1., | tveek wc uiaite several ' tiyers ami it will onlj be a
shorl turn- before lbe* e luts ai e .ill t losed out,
i'all at om office nnd net full particulars.   All ■ can be sold
un eas\ ui ms.
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
Mi -.  A.  II.  M Im lows ol It. M    - . .
■v.vc ..a Pi i,l.i>, i he l tli Inst.
Mr.   Vi.   II.   Wallace,   the   11 ""''   "       '        M   "'">'
trip     i
■ ■   i   returning Tuesday.
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tani|H dc ol    ■    •
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r   c.
Present liame Laws
iui the mainland and Islands adja
cent thereto, ducks, geese, ami Bulpe
may lie shot from Septombor 2, t'.nj,
to February 28, 1913.
t'oluml'ia or COUBt deer may lie shot
on the mainland or Island adjacent
thereto, except Ijueen Charlotte is -
lands, from Sept. 2 to December 15,
liu, inclusive.
Ducks, gci se and snipe may bo sold
a the provlnco from October 2 to
October 21,  1912, ini luslve,
i 'olumbian or coa I dei r maj lie
Bold .n the province trom September
j to October 31, 1912, Inclusive.
A cli di   ured for wapiti
throughout   the  mainland  until  rfi'pt-
'.   1914.   I   close season  is    ilu-
.ii ('..iu la    i. ctoi
al distrii I   until September  I,  1911. A
Inred  lor    Iwaver
rom      Nn
to '•   •• ml .1   i ,,  191 '.
ipplj  to  Indian . »  a
i ci rl i.n .ii.-ii ., Ui
.
in i-'. ■•.
ta t
■■ •       chicken  	
01
dUji'iiluu LOCALS
Cadets Do Well
Toronto, Aug. 30—Tho lirst, snooting in bhe competition for the Ling's
cup was done at. Long Branch ranges
today, Lifteeti teams competed, ibe
cadeis Bring at disappearing tigures
in prone and kneeling position, To
day's match was known as match A.
Thu scores  were:
Nova Scotia, 10; liniish Columbia,
74; ICngland, 72; New /.calami, 68;
Woodstock, 66; Australia, 55; Manitoba, 54; Toronto collogiates, 00;
Newfoundland, Hi; Alberto, 15; Saskatchewan, 40; Quel.ee Seminary, 39;
Kldley College, 30; Toronto P.S., 2i;
St. Catherines, 21.
Hon. Thomas Taylor told the peo
l'li' ol Kevelstoke a few days ago thai
ihe road across British Columbia,
winch la to conned with one through
tbe oi Iter provinces, tho! will lead to
the Al Nint ic ocean, is to be buill by
the easiest, routes and grades thai can
lie found. It is a difficult lask to
malic a highway through this niouii -
tainous province. The mad to the
park at the top of Mount Lev, Istoke
ol whh li Mr. Taylor turned tbe nrst
sod, is to be thirteen miles in length.
The mountain is about 7,000 teet, noi
much more i han a mile and a quarter
high.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked :i 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 Iiest Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
OPERA  HOUSE
Two Nights Next Week
Monday and Tuesday. Sept. 9 and 10
Special Offering
BILLY "SINGLE'" CLIFFORD
Presents "Himself," His Excellent Company and
" TheGirliest Girlie Beauty Chorus" in the Merriest Musical Farce oi' the Day
"The Girl. The iVian and The Game"
A Guaranteed Cure for the Blues, 1,000 Hearty
Laughs not Blushes, 14 Tuneful, Catchy, Whislly,
Sons; Hits.    Don't Miss It.
Prices,
$1.59. $i.C0  75c. 25c.
SEE THE HANDSOME PICTURE OF
ami. mis
REG-HST-A
Now on Exhibition in the  window of   our   New
Office, next to the Revelstoke Meat Market
.
BEVVS' l)u
ug Store
School Opening Monday
FISHING   TACKLE
'■■
Anchor B
Senate, per doz
Kelso, per doz              l .60
New Ti'
Gul lh"
Gaff 11"
A complete line for the
riahei man,
The   New Dominion Geography— $1.00
Al   School B oka f< r High
arnl P iblic St              ' iili-
blera and Exercise Books.
Fine  Leather School BatfS.
Pencils. 1;           '"■• tfven
:.    with    school   pur-
chaat
bews THE REXA
LL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Monthi
ti
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clt/1 StHion Hats Foot-Rite SIiops
The Painting is authentic in all details, being an
exact copy of their Board of Trade picture used to
advertise their City, and shows the exact relative position of
KENSINGTON
OUR NJfiW SUBDIVISION THERE
NOW ON  SALE AT
$150 and $175 Per Lot
CALL   AND   GET   PARTICULARS
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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