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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $10
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Vol. 18—No     *%
REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCT. 19,1912
$2.50 Per Year
THE BURNING QUESTION
Will not enter into your calculations if you are
using one of our Coal Saving, HEAT PRODUCING, Durable Heating STOVES.
Our linethis Season; Better Than
Ever.
New Stoves
New Designs
New Features
The best selected
stock in Town
Prices Right
$mm
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"0|t »m|^gPl.7
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Airtight Heaters.
Oak, Iron
Heaters
Double ilealers
Electric Heat'rs
Stove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
CONSERVATIVE * FIVE HUNDRED"
COMING TO REVELSTOKE
Leaders of Political Life of 5. C. Will Gather in Convention City Oct. 24th and
25th.=-=The Local Delegates.-Visitors to be Banquetted
Come when you can get a good selection.
Steel Ranges-$45 to $80.     Coal Stoves-$18.60 to S30.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.. LIMITED
Plumbing Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
Q&OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
i Imperial Bank of Canada '
Q Hoad Ot* Ice-Toronto, Ontario.
$ Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
$ Capital Paid Up -      •       6,460,00v,.00
a Reserve        ... -        6,460,000.00
<S Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
O Branches or Afrente a; all principul points in'Canadii.
Agent* in Great Britain and United 5'tama-London, Kngla:;d,
Lloyds Bank. Limited. CLicaf;o-First National Bank, Corn Kx-
chauireNational Bank. 8t>attie-floattloNalional Bank, Ban JTran-
Cisco-Welle Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Bzohange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of *1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Oo.-reopondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
£<><>0<M>O<><X>0-<>0O<KKKK^
Pretty Shapes.   Latest Styles
Mrs. A,G, Crick, * First Street
f TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor nnd fragraiiey. Sold iii 1 Hi.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
PIANOS-PLAYER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds ot
Small cTWusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Revelstoke will l,e invaded on
Thursday and Friday next, by an army of notables, including the largest
constellation of political starB ever
gathered together on one occasion iu
Him history of Interior British Columbia, when some live hundred ac-
credlted and cx-officio members of the
Provincial Conservative Association,
will meet in convention in this city.
A preliminary skirmish In the
shape ot thc Annual Convention ol
B.O. Mtiicipuiities, which will be attended by some eighty delegates, is
timed for the 22nd and 23rd, to be
immediately followed by the big demonstration.
The delegates elected to represent
the Hevelstoke District at this great
Conservative rally, arc W. R. Reid,
Ed. Trimble, W. a. Rennie, H. J.
McSorley, C. Ii. Hume, Sam Irvin,
W. Fleming, Rand Gibbons, S. Sutherland, R. 1). .McDonald, whilst the
Hon. Thomau Taylor, as representative, and Mr. Theo. NN adman as member  of  the  Provincial  executive, each
have a  vote,     giving thc  Revelstoke
District twelve votes ln all.
In addition     to the discussion     ol
purely  party  affairs, thc     convention
will have under consideration,    many '
important mutters of general Provincial  aud  National  interest.   The  var-'
ious  organizations comprising  the association      will    table resolutions on
subjects of    vuried     nature,  and the
broad   basis  of  the  Constitution, and
tbe variety  of the  interests  including
every  shade  ot     industrial  anil  civic
policy represented by these five hiiiul-j
red gentlemen present from every sec-'
tion of thc Province,  are a sufficient'
guarantee  that  the  proceedings    will
be  invested  with  a  more than   usual
interest alike for the members of lhe
convention  themselves,  and  for     the
watching  public.
The chief social function of the'
meeting, will be the great banquet,
to be staged in the central hall of
the Y.M.C.A. on the evening of the
24th. The Ladies Auxiliary to the
Y.M.C.A. have this banquet in hand,
it will be by far the largest atlair
ever attempted in this city, seats will
be provided for some 500 guests and
those   who  are   best  acquainted   with
ur
the capabilities of the Indies of this
eity, are the most confident that this
Junction  Will  be a triumphant success
The far famed lady cooks, who preside over the tat larders of Kevel -j
stoke, will furnish ol their choicest
culinary productions, an elaborate
toast, list will bo honored, whilst am
ong the alter dinner speakers who will
enliven thc proceedings with their elo
quence arc the names of the most
prominent orators of the Pacific coast
province.
Thc moment ot this convention is
auspicious, our city is on the eve
of another remarkable advance in
business, wealth and importance. October skies may not furnish that won
droits curtain of sunshine and gold in
which setting enn best be seen and
enjoyed the matchless beauty of our
city and surroundings. But the citizens of Revelstoke will have all thc
greater opportunity to display the
thc warmth of their hospitable welcome. And if we should he favored
with a last touch of the glories of the
departing summer, it will serve to
bring out in greater relief, the preparations made for the wefcoming
and accommodation of our visitors.
BOURNE BROS,. LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on goods is a qnaliti name, Imagine tbc
comfort in using a McOlarj Stove. Simple to work, easy
to clean, and economical on Fuel
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Shot Guns, single and double b.iriei. Winchester, Remington and Stevens, Repeating Shot Guns, .--hot,
Shells aud Cartridges, (all calibres Shooting! «ts, Cartridge Hilts, Gun Covers, Game Traps, all sizes,
Groceries
Fresh Kippsred Herring just arrived, Fresh Fruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas, Hay. Flour and Poultry Supplies.
Crockery
Putter Crocks, Beau Pots and Jugs, ail si/es. Choice
China and Glassware.
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Special Attention  Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
■53
ts,
First St., Revelstoke.
Telephone No, 22
Fine Specimen
NYhat is declared by Capt. P. P.
Armstrong of lloldcn to he the l.nest
cariboo ever secured in thc Big Bend
coumtry was shot a few weeks e.40 by
a party consisting of Captain Armstrong and Pete Bergerham and Gus
Hedstruiii of Revelstoke. The animal
was shown at Hevelstoke fair and is
being mounted by H.W. Edwa.'ls of
the main line city, who in a letter to
Captain Armstrong, who was at the
Strathcona last night, says:
"1 have lbe honor to congratulate
you ou the splendid cariboo :•" u have
secured, thc tinest, 1 fully bellJVO, ever
got in the Big Bend district. 1 have
Linen the measurements of the entoi-
men, which are as follows:
"Length from uobc to tail, 1 leet C
inches; height from foot to top of
Bhoulder, 4 feet II inches; uround nerk
one foot from horn base, 12 iucneB;
around chest, 1,5 inches; number ol
points ou horns, 25; length ol bosl of
horns, 40 Inches; width between horns
in inches; weight, estimated, 476
pounds.
"Remarks—Iu perfect couMJ.n;
pell in good order; horns unbroken
aud not scratched; usually line
dark  colored  face.   "
Thc auimal was tirst mg.it 1.1 in the
river about 30 miles abo\e Her'-' .toke
Wounded by a bullet Irom a rifle of
one of the members af the purty. who
were in a canoe, the cariboo headed
up the mountainside, where it was de
sputched by a shot by Mr. Bergerham
i.'apiaui Armstrong will leuve tbis
morning ior Kootenay Landing and
expects to return to the city tomorrow  evening.—XelBon   News.
VELSTOKE THE
CONVENTION CITY
Some of Mclntyre's Prices
Cabbage, per lb	
Cauliflower, per lb.  	
Onions, good and firm, per lb..
2c
10c
5c
Apples, snow, per box     1 35
Apples, Wolf River, large red box   Sl 50
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
of B. C. Meet Here Oct. 22 and 23.-=
Problems of Municipal Government Will Be
Discussed.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Special Convention Number to be
Issued Thursday
The proprietors of the Mall-Herald
have pleasure in announcing, thut
to celebrate the O' Gallon, u special
Convention  edition  Ol   th.s   paper   will
i>c issueJ un October 24th. Thi num
ber will be illustrated with Hpocial
write-ups, and photo engravings ol
the prominent visitors to our city
during Convention week. It will be
circulated without nn) extra cost to
our advert, cr.-, and oOC thousand Ox
tra copies will be iuu ofl. To make
u creditable jot,, we shall need the
wboie of the (rout puge, and iu re -
turn for tins greatly increased circulation we will ask our advertisers occupying positions un thut page, to
allow us to transfer their ads to tbe
extru pages for one iBsue only.
This makes thc second special edi -
tion Ke have undei taken to pioduce
within live months, the expenses involved in the woik will be gludly
borne by us, us a contribution on
beh.,11 ot th.s paper towards Uie i-i'ni,
end of assisting In every way iu advertising tbc resources uud spreading
abroad the possibilities of Revelstoke
and District.
tin the llinl ot October, the Conven
tion of British Columbiu Municipalities 1'J12, will commence their slit -
iugs  in  the  Drill  Hull,  Revelsloke.
Thc Union of B. C. Municipalities.
tu give the organization its official
title, was formed on September 2'Jth,
l'.'U5, fur the purpose of enabling civic
bodies throughout the province, lo
co ordinate, and     work together for
the furtherance ol all those important aud diversified subjects coining
within the scope of Municipal government and enterprise. Bach Buc-ecJ -
ing year the proceedings have taken
uu un additional interest, .he cutire
range ol Rural and City Coip i.'aMon
activity is now included in tue wide
scupe of the discussions, aud Ir.-.u
every Bection of the pru.'iuce, will
tin season come to Itevelstoke, men
representative In the truest tense ot
tbe civic liie ol British Columbia.
Thc program Includes u variety ul
subjects, and the results uf their deliberations, when approved, .vill be
submitted lo the government, with a
view  tu action in tlle direction  ol le-
form or amendment ol the M tmcipal
Clasuses Act, along the  lines iuui nt-
ed. Suggested alterations uf ur additions to existing legislation w.l. be
put forward   by  means ol resolutions,
and   thoroughly   threshed   uut   1,1   the
iioor ui the convention,
It   is  significant  ot  the  importance
attaching to their proceedings, that
many ol the most vuluable improvements in, civic procedure and law nave
owed their origin to the yearly conventions ol this body.
The president ot the Association is
ex-Mayor Planta, ol Nanaimo, \ ice-
Presldent, Mayor Lee, New Wo'muster; with Reeve Bosc ol Sunei, as
Secretary Treasurer. The elxecitive
number among its members, ex-Reeve
McNaught, North Vancouver; Mayor
McNelsh, also ol North Vancouver;
Reeve Dick, Mission City; alderman
lOiiright, Vancouver; with our ex-Mayor Hamilton ol Kevelstoke. These
gentlemen, and eventy-five other accredited delegates will all bc ill attendance.
Papers on allied topics will .ie read
public questions as effecting tialcip-
alitles openly discussed by experts in
thc various subjects, und the sittings
of the convention are open to the
public.
On Wednesday evening, 28rd Oct.,
the visitors will be teniored a banquet, and everything will lm done to
make thvll slay In Kevelstoke as pro-
llluble und  pleasant   as  possible.
.Many of the members will remain
ovor until the Conservative < < i \c ■
Hon Limed for tbe two days following, namely the 21th and -ath Octob-
ii.   have  risen Itom their  labors.
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.
Trainmen, make youi betulquarleri lure.   Quick icrvice,   Perfect Cleanliness
and Reasonable Prices,    Dive l's a Trial.    "We Never Sleep."
A. CJ. TIIIAKISON,
Manager
Free Stumping Powder
Victoria, Oct, li,.—As an advance
step to whal Is hoped to be a more
general system ol old to settlers in
clearing timbered lands in this province, the department of ngrl'iiHnrc
bas issnerl  notitlcatlon  to the various
agricultural loclettes and farmers In-
ItKirUoni that it Is prepared to Issue
•upplici ci stumping powder to bona
hdc settlers free ol cost upon condi -
lions which shall bu equitable both
to tbe seitler and to the province.
Any settler wbo is desirous of bene
lit.ne Irom this boon can obtain de
tails ol liow to Secure it from Uil pro
vineiai representative from the secretary of ins local agricultural socle-j
ty, of the farmers' institute or, falling both these, by direct application
io the minister ol agriculture.
The suggestion has been made that,
the government should assist settlers
by direct grant. That suggestion Is
uiiibr Consideration. Meanwhile tbe
prior step bus been taken ol provld -
log settlers wltb the material with
which to attempt tbe work of stump
ing. This should be SUOoCllful in view
ol the fuct that the explosive mater
ial is provided and only the Individual effort is required, llut 1! this experiment docs not give the results ex
pected, then lurther action may bo
taken by the government, but in the
meantime the supply ol tree powder
is considered as a distinctly advance
step. It is ono given by no other pro
vinee and Is anothei proof of thfl desire of tho government to extend aid
and co operation to the settlors
where It can be done to the public
advantage.
Go  to   Howson's  lot   llluner   flc.t.8
VAUDEVILLE AT
THE EMPRESS
Eit-jht First-Class Acts.—A
Tremendous Success un the
Pacilic Coast
I    tin Monday next, the l''orsyt.h (Ileal
or Variety Company No. I, will make
its appearance Ior one night only
at tbe Bmprets theatre. Thii  clever
c biiiution  ol  twelve  high  class ar-
I tists who according to their press
notices achieved enormous success
IWherever they have played. The com-
i pany consists of;—
Misb I'ldlth Wllma, contralto and
prima dona.
Miss Vera Aial, charming soubrctto.
Mr. Harry C. Willis, comedian, versatile ventriloquist.
Miss Ursula PaUOClt, dramatic elo -
cut loiklst.
Bignor Hugenlo Millerl, Italy's lore
most Accordion  plnyor,
arnos—Hall Meters—UU, thc vital
sparks, tlngcn and  dancers.
MisH  BlolH  Hmlth, soprano.
Comedy Sketch, "Itn/.or lllll." Ily
Hairy 0. Willis and Compnny.
Lovers of refined and high class
vaudeville will no doubt 1,0 only ton
glad to avail themwlvei of an oppoi
ind  "i'lie'lin  tunity  to  witness n  vaudeville  show,
makn    youIequal  to anv     given  by  the Lyceum
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
gmrirty Irani} (KUntfyra
arc tbc Glotbca of all Clotbcs
for tbc Socleflj l.'euin, flDnu
They an? the most modern ready-
to-wear clothes made. The advantages of buying clothes of this kind
are many; you can see NOW how
you are Roinir to look. You know
IN ADVANCE what you are going
to get.
SOCIETY BKAND CLOTHES arc
finely and substantially tailored.
They are built to wear and
to satisfy.
flfoclRae
Mercantile Co.. Xto.
rOO-GOOOOCrOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
ALL  THIB   TIME j
ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
*
Tho "Qraodmotbtrs"
i.ittlc Chinamen"    will    mite youiequal to anv    given by tno Lyceum i
laugh on TucHilny night at. tn» opua  Olroult nt the popular prices ol   25c, |
homm, Tuesday, Oct, 'i'i'ii, lUc. »*d lbe.                                  ,  -
—    *
CT. G-TTT BAEBEE I
I
c. p. k. watch inspector; Saturday, 6Ctobeh ta, 1912
fj?HE MA.TiL-iiEiR^x.u, n-mv^^HLBTo^m
BATUBDAY,  OCTOllKH 19,  1912.
(r
;^
COAL   COAL   COAL
Winter will soon be here and we are fully pre-
paaed to supply your requirer.ienes wiih any
kind of coal.   Give your order early.
BANKHEAD COAL
;en                      $10.50 per ton
Egg                                     10.50 per ton
Stove                         10.50 per ton
Briquettes  S.75perton
LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL SOFT COAL
A good clean burning coal      9.50 per ton
Wellingcon Soft Coal      ....   11.00 per ton
BE SURE AND ORDER EARLY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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'Che flDaU*1iDeratb
PCULI3HED   WEDNESDAY  ANU
SITU It Ii.l V   AT
RVVELSrOKK. B.   C.
•riucrtov pubi.sbl.to Company,
Limited
J.   K.   JOHNSON,   Manager.
BAI I'H  (J.   riCHUTUN.   Kditor
<uNaflM^B>
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   19,   1912.
PROGRESS CLUB TAKE ACTION
To Improve Road and Telephone Communication Between |
Revelstoke and  Outside District. - Investigating Electric Light and Power Rates.—Send Delegate to Vernon |
Convention.
iming week, Revelstoke
:.    scene ol two great con-
Municipalities   "f     thc
i eel ing     on the 22nd nn.l
. : ., anJ the Pro\ nclal Conservative
n    Bitting on the mth and
25th of Oct'i er.
i   th th -   ai ■ nflaira ol Importance
lattei      . ■,:._• recognised as the
greatest      nd     m ib!  influential body
Bion within the lim
British Columbia.
It   s ther li re ol the utmost impor-
• .  ry   citizen  should      do
I. to render the stay       of
these  ■ Revelstoke, a moat
;.        .'   .m.I  prutitatile occasion,  and
u iti   in assisting the  Passed, after the gold fever broke out
lis,   public  bodleB and or-  '" ;"n'  manv  eastern   Canadians  were
 i whu are working towards("Panning" the gold-laden gravel     of
the distinguished    com-  lhe  Vale and Oariboo,  the reason of
sts maj depart   trom   us  ""s bein6 thc difficulty of    reaching
with  the  manner  in   the  Boldfielda  from  the  other side  o!
en treated  Qere      the continent.  Finally  the movement
,.„,,    .   ...     ,., ,|„.    way  commenced,  and  parties of gold-hun-
lets, and decar- ! u'rs  bt«un  making  their   way  across
ss  premises     should  ""' Prairies "om the  Red River set
I  to; no oppor-  ""mini,    over the Rocky mountains,
• • e lost, ol speaking the  'L,"i tbence <low" the  F'n"'t :i,,d thc
truth      accruing  the  vast  agrleultur-  Thompson  rivers  to  the   "diggings,"
al   ■:. ■■      rces oi our dis-   where-  '" nmll>' cases,  the acquiring
trict, ,intlng out to visitors,   "! fortunes was B matter ol only     a
the  •    ' auties  ul our   r,'w   months.
,   ■    tidings, I    "^'  ",''"it ''  W|»8 custouiarj Ioi min-
  ers to outfit at     Victoria,'      writes
Morice In bis historj  ol tbe northern
VlliF^     H W    1/VniMFN   i"t;""1   "'  l;"'"i!'  Columbia,
TV ILO    \\J\\    MUITILI"   then to make foi   Lake Douglas     by
steamer,   whence they  proceeded over
the Pemberton portage and tbc ntL.'i
lakes,  on  which steamers  alsi       •
An.: es 1 shed a tear; up to  Lillooet     rbe]    rei    then      17
oi  those  iiu'Mi   days   miles Irom Clinton.    \
■■•  ■  leu's way:,  just been constructed    •■:■•■
plao
Of
III PflDVINCE Of B. C.
Very Interesting Account of tlie
Opening ot Great IntePiop.-
Oitier>Miiiiii(j News
The second of two articles written
Ior the Montreal Family Herald and
Weekly Star on the history of mining
in the province of Uritish Oolumbia
has appealed. The liivt is a sketch
o! the discovery ol gold, of the coming of the miners ot their lucky strikes and of tho conditions under which
those early Uritish Columbians lived.'in Vernon, Uct, 22 and i-i would con-
The second supplements it    with     a  --"dor  the matter,  and asking ior    a
brief account  of  ihe  opening  ol    tho  delegation  trom   Revelstoke.
interior  of that great  province. Air.  MeCarter—Ali D.C.  will be here
With but few exceptions the earliest    on   those dates,      why  not hold      the
gold  miners In  Uritish Columbia   en-1 meeting here.
i I  the province hy  way ol  Victor-      Alr-   Kincaid—Is it advisable  for us
ia,  coming  here from  rian Francisco,'10  tle  UP  witn  the  coast  and  expect
and   the  lanama   by   boat,  and    then   them   to help us here.
lollowing the rivers to the gold fields     -Mr-   McDonell—li tins is a  provlnc-
ol      the     interior.   Some little time!'"1  m°vement,  we shuuld get  In.
C. B. Hume—This is a very Import-
The Progress Club met in regular
meeting in the city hall on Tuesday
evening last. Some thirty members
were present. Vice-presi'dout Llordou
occupied  the chair.
Becretary \\. II. Horobin ruiiJ the
minutes of the last meeting, Hindi
\\,,\: auopteu
DISPUTATIONS.
lliis Oorothy Daws, a representative ul the equal su 11 rage league, hy
leave ol the meeting was granted ten
minutes in which to place her views
before thu club. MiBS Davis pleaded
lor votes for ivouieu on the. grounds
oi justice and equality, and necause
Women are dei.landing a direct voice
in tbe uliairB oi the nation by virtue of the tact that women were tui
Payers and citizens.
Vice-president Guidon thanked the
delegation on behalf ol the Progress
Club, and expressed tbe opinion tbat
a large number would be present un
the tub November in Revelstoke.
SCHAFER BOOKLET. .
Secretary reported that ine manuscript of the debater booklet. had
been received and was uow under consideration In the Publicity commit -
tee.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Letter irom Vancouver progress
Cluh re D.C. Development League was
received,  stating  that a   meeting hela
seeim
earth     the
queens;
leath would  ■  . i
..    is       Irom lad) fall
out,
■.■Meat  roadbullder  o    thi
.
It   was   then   decide.!     ..   connect    tne
t- iuun;:
with Vale, along th
the Fras
The sufliagette with noise and shout  <•"••' '-'""'" tin
I ii
anion pose.
a   u- ; t space,
■  ..    bu ■.■   place;
iffragette,
ant thing, there are many propositions where we would benefit from
union, but il is a very uutortunute
lime  to do BO.
Mr. MeCarter—We have read the
Interview ol Hon. Price Kllison that
something  should   be   done   to   finance
laud clearing operations, Th.s organ
isation has Bome such idea In mind,
Miii good in.ght be accomplished. Two
m1.-gates might he Bent.
.\.  li. McCleneghan—I agree     with
Mr. Mel'alter, the time is coming
when united action is aeeded and tins
district slum!.I he represented at thu
\ ernon m etlng .,-.. '■ l make a motion
.   rd ugly.
Ohairman Gordon—The Hoard of
Trade might send ohm delegate and!
thc Progress Cluh one delegate
A. II. McCleneghan I amend my
motion to read one delegate from
tbis club.—Carried  unanimously.
Naming of delegates left in hands
of Board ol Trade.
Secretary Horobin put in a request
from the residents ol Sicamous that
the Progress Club support the pro •
posals for a road connection Mara
to Itevelstoke, thus giving access t.i
Sicamous. Mr. MeCarter. There is an
appropriation lor pail nf ibis work, I
hut the balance ol the work might be
hurried along by resolution or other'
action by this cluh.
Mr.  MeCarter—1  move  the      Secretary write the Public Works Commit-|
tee  accordingly.—Motion  carried uiian
ImouBly.
EXTEND TELEPHONIC
Mr.  MeCarter—Then' is also  the re-!
quest  of  Mr.   Abriel   and   Arrowlakcs
district settlers (or 'phone communication with Arrowhead aud the lakes
I move lhat the Secretary take up
with H. F. tlreen to nequcst his Influence iu securing such extension of
'phone line Nakusp to Arrowhead and
that the co-operation nl ihe Hoard of
Trade and Conservative Association
he requested.—Carried. I
A sniilar motion dealing with phone
communication between Hevelstoke
and Sicamous was also moved, seconded and carried,
Tha Becretary was Instructed to
communicate such resolutions to thc
Conservative Association at Malakwa
Sicamous and Arrow lakes an.l request tlicir co-operation. I
ACCOUNTS
Sundry account.; were ordered Paid
by the treasurer.
REPORTS  OK  COMMITTEES.
Publicity—Report progress.
Civic   Iiii   I n s—Progress.
industrial—Progress and reference I
to previous report.
A. B. McCleneghan moves Industrl-j
ul committee  be  instructed to ascer -
tain what rates arc charged for power to manufacturers throughout   thc
West; also obtain from tbe city a tle-
tinitc statement as to what power ia
available here with lhc prcHent plant
and possible extension*; such inform-1
ation to hv used to secure industries
for  this city.—Carried.
Entertainment—Progress.
Finance—Progress.
Secretary Horobin reported having
Sent photos ol Hevelstoke district to
a largo number of illustrated papers.
Motor Road 'Reported progress.
Meeting adjourned at 10:80 p.m,
PROGRAMME
Popular Concert
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Opera House. Tuesday Oct. 22. 1912
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Chorus
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7. Duet'
8 Solo
) Motion Sonus     1
10. Solo
11 Hooding
12 Piano Soloction
I I. Double Ou.irtotto
I 1 Operetta
PART
Two Nights and
Saturday Matinee
Starting
THE MUSICAL KVENT
DE LUXE
Ip. F. SliiHi't-WIiylii's Pierrots
In nn Old Country Pierrot
Show, followed b.v a New
Musical Comedy
IK THE {AMP FIRE'S GLOW"
Entire Change of Program for
both performances Saturday.
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Prices : 50c, 75c. and $1.00
Saturday Matinee, children, 15c.      Adults, 25c.
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n-ni   .I in to thc hull   . ''   '
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travta;- eaoje ut ifr I'pfV ofllco.
were to be found in all thi  eampi       thi   I nllcotln     Indian    n Ing luoh ■' >
"ny tbu aide ol tbe boi nim.-.i euHcrlng tl I tl  inot'  ;- ■ •  ' n l»ed      rbea   it
ou Lhe country by lt» uinauig tv tlit 7 wUy W »*ay \\> tbc jaouataiD •     ' ' »|«i Iron Uoliu iuko
Sold by Bourne Bros.
,:   thl   Uud  nvcr,      to
md M"ino luke*.    where
ll mm inhabitant!   »uc-
,i p(M irere bui rladly bur
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VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
All Instruments Taught
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
This Studio gives instruction on all brass and
stringed instruments, violin, etc., by the
very latest Italian antl French methods, used
by the Uoyal Conservatory of Music of Milan,
(Italy) and Paris, (France). We guarantee
by this method to put out a good performer
in SIX MOUTHS.
TKKMS and further information
on application to
CHEO LEO COVRES.    Mackenzie avenue
Corner of Victoria Road
matches, which were finally obtained
'.'..m un Indian camp. The poinl ol
tbi epleodi le tWi ffidgai Dewdney,
..ii.i holding .'.iiioiih oiiics in tbe
meet, untered Un   Canadian bouee ol
c MmiiF, and,  in  ivik, beoaroe nun
i i.i ..( th,. interior mnl eunerlntend*
enl  oi Iniluiu aflulm In tb'1 cabinet ol
iM. late .ii John Ltrbott, and he held
tbe portiolio ini lour yean, He e/ae
nii. i wur. ih lieutenant-governor ol
Oolumbia. Tbib in ulinout cur
• i.    hi i yi    Mi. ii ' iney
. tl.. |.union in tbc wildn
IB   -   i, i olumbia ol tbe dl i overei
,.I tbe H"iM,.|iy mine,   Ami tbue   one
thai   •".., lured by tl"     Ue
torj ..I    eattern    Canada, tbi early
'■ii ..i in itiKii Colum
bin ur.' not lal diltant, A tvn y.itb
Imve hrriiight Krcat chaui;c8 to thc
t'-inadiuD Wegt.
Dress Making
A. E. S. Tailoriug School"
I laving now secured suitable
ptemiscs, «ill open in the
TAYLOR BLOCK, over
McRae Mcrcanliltt C'p.'.s
Store, Monday, October ".
All orders for dressmaking
promptly and skilfully at-
tended tu.
Two Mvlii cln sued weekly' Wednos
,l,\   .in.l   Iti.bn.     11, uir h    Imin   7 to   y.
li.i'y bourn lioin II to 12; I  to 4.30,
Catherine Goodwin
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Box 26
Revelstoke, U.C SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  19,   1911
THE  3yC^IL-HER^XJr),aB^E3VEiriS,r0^^3
&ATCRDAY,   OCTOBKR  19,   1912.
I
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital       ....
Reserve    ■
Deposits      ....
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
Has 83 Branohss In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principul Cities In ihs World.
A GENERAL BANKINQ  BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
interest allowod at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoko Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
1901,
1911
* 3,000,000
* 4,000,000
3,000.000
4,600,000
23,677,730
35,042,311
27.4.r>7.090
3b,854,80l
33,090,192
48,237,284
. . It Might Be Cold. .
IBTTT
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 comfor and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD. Proprietor.
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
IJJUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rutes to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor f6.00
FIRST STREET, KEVELSTOKE, B. C,
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CK, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan       -:V
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
•J.   ALBERT     STOISTE      PROP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.. Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
RtVLLSTOKL. B. C.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitor!,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank  BulMiuK  Rev«l-
■tok*, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offlcss—Revelstoke,    B.   O.,     ud
Cranbrook, B. 0.
G*o. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelatoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial  Lai>d   Stiveyor,
Mlainj Surveyor,
lOngtiicerlB,
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX    106.   REVELSTOKE.
LIQUOR ACT,  1310.
Noticv is hereby (riven that, on the
first uoy ul December next, application will be made to the Siiperiu-
tenJent ot Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel kaowu
at tbc St. Leon holel, situate at St.
Leon, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Duted this 15th duy of October, 1912
M.  GRADY,
lat  iss,  Oc.   IG, DUd. Applicant.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT.
P. 0. Box 146, Revelatoke, B.C.
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No.  U A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular meeting* are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellowi' Hall
on the Third Monday In each month
at 8 p. m. Viaitlng brethren an
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No. MSI.
OF I. O. F.
Meeta In I. a 0. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House  every  second
and fourth Monday in month.  Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
O. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain Vitw Camp, No. 121.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays   in each  month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen art
cordially invited to attend
A.   J.   WOODLAND,   Con.  Com
JAMES  McINTYRE.  Olerk.
SELKIRK      LODGE 1!, 1. O. O. F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   ln
Selkirk  Hall at 8 o'clock.      Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
JOHN LYON      N.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,   Sec.
GOLD RANOE LODOE.      K. of    P.,
NO.  K,   REVELSTOKE.  B.   O.
Meets every Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday ot «ach month     tn
Oddfellows' Hall at I o'clock.  Visiting Knlrhts are cortllally Invited.
F. W. TERRY, O. O.
O. H. BROOK, K. ol R. A 8.
M. nf r.
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
r mtmllli Rsipnlrs, Hot Air, Pip*
and l"urnaoe work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave. •  Ra.va.iato.ia
I
UNION HOTEL
AKKOWIIRAI). B. 0.
Hptolal Attention gl»t»n In commercial
men and tourists. Flrsl-t'laaa sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Col a a -
bla, overlooking Upper Arrow Lak*.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming's Transfer
Building, Second Street
LIQUOR  ALT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on Ue
lirst day of December next, application will be made to the Superla-
tendent of Provincial Police tor
renewal of the hotel license to soil
liquor by retail iu the hotel known
as the Union hotel, situate at Arrowheud in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 15th day ol October, mi
Vi. .1. LIGHTBURNE,
1st iss.  Oc.  16, Hod. Applicant,
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given thut, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial I'olice for
renewal of the hotel license lo sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Glacier Houbc, situate at Glacier, in the Province of British Co -
lumbia.
Dated this 15th duy of October, 1912
Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
1st iss.  Oct.  16,  30d. Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
lirst day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
aa lhe Lardeau hotel, situute at
Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbus.
Duted thiB 15th day of October, 1912
RUSSELL M. EVANS,
1st iss. Oc. 16, 30d. Applicaat.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Netice ie hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to thc Superintendent of Provincial Police (or
renewal of the hotel license to Bell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
aa the Beaton hotel, situate at Beaton, in the Province of BritiBh Columbia.
Dated thiB 15th day of October, 1912
H. NELIJ8,
1st  ies.   Oc.   16,   30d. Applicant.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
LIQUOR  ACT,  1»10.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Supcria-
temleat ol Provincial Police lor
renewal of the botel license io sell
liquor by retail in thc hotel known
as the Halcyon Hot Springs hotel,
situate at Hnlcyon, in the Province
ol British Columbia.
Dated this 15th day of October, 1912
WILLIAM   BOYD,
1st  iss.  Oc.  16,  ltii. Applicaat
¥
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6-19
EVERY part of every
Fit-Reform Suit is
tailored by an artist — a
specialist—on this part of
the workmanship.
It is Artistic Tailoring that
has done so much to make
Fit-Reform the wonderful
success it is.
Have you seen the latest
fall  styles   in   Fit-Reform
Suits?
lif&i&Mffm
McKlNNON fc SUTHERLAND
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December uaxt, application will bu made to ths Superintendent of Provincial Police far
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Lakeview hotel, situate at
Arrowhead, in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated tbis 15th day of Octoujr, J j 12
CHAPMAN & IRWIN,
1st iss.  Oc.  16, 30d. Appiiiaats
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police (or
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix, iu the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated tbis 15th day ol October, 1912
J. H. YOUNG,
1st iss.  Oc.   16 3(M. Applicaat.
Bene! its Fruit Growers
N.-lsnn, oot. 17—"The new freight
rutes tariff, which wa- tbe result of
a conference at \Y-rnon, gives BritiBh
Columbia Iruit growers an advantage
.n Alberta and man; purt.-t of SaBkat
chewaii over iheir chief competitors
in Washington aad Oregon," Baid Mr.
it. M. Winslow, provincial horticulturist, »lio has been visiting Nelson.
"Regarding the estimated yield, the
g .im... supplied lo tbe Uniish Colum
big Fru.t Growers' Union about two
mouths ago, will, I am sure, be very
materially increased when tbe total
yield bus Ik-c-u marketed. llunug
ike past live «eeks 1 bave bean touring all parts of the province and
there is DO question but thut the
crops are all greater than at first an
ticipated,
Previous  I ■ nt ffaulsatlofi     of
the British Columbia Kruit Growers'
raion there wars only about iou
members. During the pust four years
.t bus grown tu a much more powerful
body uud ba- uow a membership of
over 800. It Is doiag invaluable work
wherever general reforms ran l« effected. The • • .. ol freigt>l rate
charges and iraneportation matters
generally huve occupied close upon
four years and now tbe union will
turn its attention to the necessary regulations in grades, marks and packages, to meet tbe changing market
condl tions."
WAJNTED
HORSE KOR SALE—General utility,
bargain. A. Babisb, Lower Town,
Revelstoke, B.C.
WANTED—A Teumtter und a Cant -
hook Man, lor mill work. Apply
Kernagbau Lumber Company, Ltd.,
Salmon Arm,  B.C.
KOR SALE—A numlier ol good .Second Hand Safes, easy terms and
cheap. Write Vancouver Safe Works,
Ltd., Vancouver, B.C., for list.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notica iB hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, appiica-1
tion will be made to the Superia-
tendent of Provincial Police tor
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the botel known
as tho Eva hotel, situate ,.t Cfain-
borne, in the Province of Dritiua Columbia.
Dated this 15th day ot October, 1912
H.  G.   WARE,
1st iss. Oc.  16, 30d. Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice ia hereby given that, on the
first  day   of  December  next,   application    will   be    made  to  the  Superintendent      of    Provincial    Police    for
renewal   of   tbe  hotel  liceuse   to    sell
liquor   by   retail  in  the  hotel   known   WANTED—A competent girl lor house
as  the    Criterian  hotel,    situate    at'    work, good  wages.   Apply  to    Mrs.
Camborne, in tbe Province of British'    W.   A.  Koote.
Columbia. i	
Duted this 15th day ol October, 1912   KOUND-On Kair Grounds and in care
W.  3.   RENN1K,      o[ tne  secretary   -1   net hand  bag;  1
lBt iss. Oc.  16, 30d. Applicaut.   b|nck   Iluckl>t   purse;   1   Sweater coat.
Enjoyed Western Trip
\ ictoria, Oct. 17 —Upon leuviag live
bounJar.es ol the province of British
Columbiu, His Royal Highness, the
Duke of Connaught wrote tn His Hon
or the Lieutenant-Governor, eiprea -
siug tin- tbanks for the kindly wel-
ome given himself and the Duchess
by the people of British Columbia.
The letter, which was received by Hon
T.W. Paterson yesterday was as follows;
".My Dear Lieutenant-Governor—un
leaving British ('olumbia I write r«
you to say what great pleasure my
journey through the province has given me, and bon highly appreciative
the Duchess and 1 have heen of the
reception we met with everywhere and
of the trouble which has been taken
to decorate the houses and towns
wherever we have  been.
"Should you think fit to do so, I
' hope you will take steps to make
| tbis letter public. Believe me, yours
j very truly.
"(Signed)   Arthur."
TO RENT—Roomy Stable, with loft
und Carriage house. Apply to Dr.
McLean.
KOR SALE—Kilty pure breed White
Leghorns. All mu>t lie ssid at once
old and young. Apply John J-
Devine.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910. , WANTED-Kurnished bouse ot  Apurt-
  j    ment.   Apply  MrB.  Kelly,   Uoi  'Hit.
Notice is hereby given that, on the      City.
0771^
£)■
'tyUa&
?ne -J&i Mm/tA
7rvu cL&aAc
DYOLA
ii • IWCLBANI IT, siMi-iKsT.aoJbOTHOME
l>\ V.  on*  ran l.i.i -W by yuu don'l tvtn .,•»•> it>
know whal KfN'Dof Cloth  your fii/oj* ar* matta
■Vi   MillaWra  wr*.   I n, [    -salt, i e
><■•... fOff FfM Gtaim CM, Story   BmUM,  anj
lOOl •! tfi'inf rvault* uf Dynng .iwc.tt.vt •••lor*.
Ihr JdHSSOSKKHARDsON CO., Limit**!.
Monltrjl.   ,   ■ n a .1 a
^-DIRECT krom FACTORY™ KITCHEN «i
Save over $25
WHEN BUYING YOUR
RANOE
THIS FALL.
$41
TO
_      $49*?
SBPW&Wl PatfTHE FREIGHT
You can buy DOMINION PRIDE RANGE at Factory Price
Direct from the Largest Malleable Range Works In Canada
THK price which thc Dealer quotes you ou a Range
is made up like this — Manufacturing Cost I
Manufacturer's Profit i- Jobber's Kxpensc of
Handling and Selling < Jobber's Profit i Retailer's
Expense of Handling and Selling • Retailer's Profit *
Freight.
By our direct "Factory to Kitchen'   selling plan all
these charges are cut out except the actual manufacturing
cost, a small profit, and freight. The difference to you
is the difference between the $41 to iju which you pay
for a "DOMINION" PRIDE" Range and the «,6o to J78
which you would have to pay the Dealer for a Range
which cost as much to make.
Are you anxious to contribute $25 or Jjo to the
middlemen ?
In the—
Bare la a Book Worth Having
IT Irti. aWoal cooklot from lh- time Ihr
Cava Dwellers <»-.<l '■ put hot itorn-s in
tkt pet lo bell It.   The  Rook  , u„laiu.
Iflterritlog tuli,
nmtlan fathered
from many m,„t
cea sail li llltla.
(rated    profusely.
Thr -abilities *l
tkt reek Sine'*
alau Irlla all about
the "Oomttituo
I',hia ' Range*.
Whether you ared
a Ra.fr Jliat now
er   aot   you   will
enjny thii hank.
Write tat Itae ea»».
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Maaaaad
DOMINION PRIDE RANGE"
you grt a lull (toiler's worth of actual stove value
lor evr.ry dollar you pay.
The "DOMINION PRIDB" Li made ol toiiRh,
Strong malleable iron suit thr beat l.lue polisbed
eteel—matt-rial* that will Blither warp, crack nor
break, mi that it will lasl a lifetime. It is made in
the largest Malleable Iron Ram;e Wort - In Canada
and each range is backed by "tir ium "inl tloftsl
guarantee.
The "DOMINION PRIDE" looks well
well, saves fuel and is ea.'ily cleaned, You'll be
proud of ils neat, handsome appesr.-iiiMe In ynur
kitchen, snd of tin- appetising food it will Cook to
perfection fot you You'll appreciate tbc ease of
keeping Its  bin,-  polisliMil  steel  surface and tbe
bright polished top t-pn k and span with a fnr nibs
at a cl -'-li. YfJUf hail anl ttill ' I mor* than pleaa, 1
nitb tbe reduction In 111* ' 01 •« "' mil fat
the "DOMINION PRIDB" lev**, by aciu.,1 tests
vo', of ibe fuel
A "DOMINION PRIDE Rar.cc witb High
md I'l-* it* 1 1 ";kor l lueb Resarvcrlr,
. ■ .  .       Mr range, n ■•, tloni niu»
I I'n*- and t I'llowe will be dl
jurie. Qotbtt or tbi
Marftimi Provin ei ior *i:. or to any Stall n la
,',. ]•■,■■• Western Prr-. i- esforiM t' to be serji
with or,! r sad lial.Tiirr i„ 1* paid wben Ranfe It
delivered nt voor Station. II not convenient to pay
casb wc will arrange to accept your note.
Canada Malleable & Steel Range Mfg. Co. Limited, Oshawa, Ontario.
Wh*n writing it wlll tt* a distinct favor to ua if you will Motion thia pmpmr. e SATURDAY,  OCTOBER  19, 1012.
IDHCE nvCAlL-ItElRA.riU,  RrVi]LS1?0'_-1ii
SATURDAY,   OCTOBER  111,   11112.
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TVIAT is lhe name, and
1.  below is the trademark,
you are to look for next
time  you buy underwear.
Your size in nny garment
witli that trademark will
Ilt perfectly, will outwear
ordinary underwear, will
not shrink. Yet you pay
nolliing extra for this
extra value;;!,id you get our
Guarantee of " money back
if you ran fairly claim it"
Made at Paris in Canada,
by PUNMANS  Limited.  s,
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I    i.n.'.i cllmute, good Boil an.l n comi
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OF COMMERCE
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CAPITAL, $15,000,
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DRAFTS
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EIGN COUNTRIES
Droits on the print
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following countries issued without
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Uni't'il s-iit.'s
Wuri Jt.iVt's. etc.
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington aolitl leather Shoe. They are both
leal hers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Siloes.    Call and see them before  purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot nnri Shoe nonnlr-ers,
Saddlers
Hani', t s Knkors
Tli. m.i- drpfts can iv. drnv.-n in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
tr •'■■■:. roubles, 'mc, ; ccorcilng to the money oi tin' country in which they
ure payable. This emotes the payee to obtain the exact amount intended.
nr-VELSTCKr/ nrj.NCH   f. M, cirscix, Kartpr.
NAKUSP  imaiMCH    H.  U.  ItOTHV.'EILL, Manager
ViHIlE STAR-DCMIMCN CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAI, .MAIL S'l ISAMBRS
Tlu  "Sugar Uowl Fountainj',    like
"  Onarlles a.. * Btill running.     Wc
ui'e suli serving out to satisned cus-
io.iiMis um delicious ice crcaui, soaas
..n.i Sundaes,
Ladles Tailoring,  we ore uow    pre-
Mrs. Eilwaril Kennedy, of Merlden,
Conn., lu years nl.i, was advised by
I her Physician to try lir. Martell's Fe-
| male Tills, sho did so willi wonderful
results. Thousands ot others would
sny the same. 20 years tbc standard
at your  Druggist.
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in hohl ..     i iruiup  tice.-Oreseman * Co.
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Montreal        Quebec        Liverpool
Only  Four  I>a\s Ilt  Sen
New   s.s.   Megantlc   Oct 26—Nov. 23
s.s.   Teutonic    Sat. Nov. 2.
New   s.s.  Laurentic, Sat. Nov. 9.
s.s.   Canada. Sat. Nov. 16.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Portland,  .Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
From From
Portland Halifax
New s.s, Laurentic..,Dec   1 Dec   .s
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on :..:  remaining i.n
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l  Begbie,  I   O.F .
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Hei  time "as wrong, her tune wae
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ilie bluck lie. Study  made her sad,
 i good bye to ail ibe iiiss,
'    And  bought a l.u.i luy  A:,,. ,
U the Ltevelstuke Music Btore.
ibe "Sugar liowi" Luncheonette is
no" running in connection with our
soda ioaiua.il. Ladies "ill nnd uei'o
a comfortable place to get an aftei
noon cup ui teu, chocolate, coileo,
1.1.-.  tea .uul lia;hi refreshments.
At tbe sessions ol the Canadian
Highways association In Winnipeg, it
came tn light thai the association
bad heen victimized  .u the extent  ol
| .   m . j  ii. Max.... lai...  .-■ .■
been i a ......i  . \   the .... am ation to
secure members .uul   ullect dues,  but
wbo was later dismissed from     the
service.
Fi
ruitLanas
FOR SALE
G.nlcni B i v lands in parcels '.'1
10 or 20 HIT'- or cn bloo. (.'• res-
iiondeuce invi . d,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
Sewing Machines
■\ nice new stock of Singer and VVheeli r Wilson Sewing Machines
For Salo or Hire
by the month at
All kinds i I i [lies
stocked.
MANNING.   Agent.
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 e">st irom Cherry Street
or A. G. DROOKLR, Agent Cansdisn Facifc Psilway, Rcvektcke, B.C
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving:.    Orders will  have
prompt attention.
Older al Kootenay Agencies
McKeuzie Aveue
A. Davidson, PH2S2E
Lumb
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Okl Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
belore buying yonr outfit of working cloth.ee
lor the bash. I mike ■
specialty "f Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reonireil in vour business.
ALL GOCD DEFERS SELL
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time ar,d energy, effecting a daily saving in  coal,
.   i ouseliold economy and increasing
I   Irom  a smooth-running
ani* ered household.
' hy .he enthusiastically recommends the
Cil rd avhenever the question comes up.
, !o learn, what she knows
. f jet. that a Gurney-Oxford Range is a good
housewife's most valuable and cherished possession.
Revestoks /hardware Co.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
rt»
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Howson 6§_ 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, Fir and Hemlock—dry-$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.     Phone No. 60
S. G. ROBBINS
!  REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CB,
Shtet   Metal  Co.'s  Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
i'liom; 281
Night I'liime 40
P.  0.   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
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody known him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
silling are the best. Call and be
convinced. No household should
In- without a supply ol oui Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 yean old or Blackberry Branny
foi Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of rbi ice Wines and Liquor* of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold hy all
the leading hotels, 01 telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers ard Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Clgarettee
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch, 1 % inch lo 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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T?ii^3 M^±a>»fi^^Li3,.ifeMVd33^j3d?OJa:fii
SATt'HDAY,  OCTOBER 19,  l4l£<
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Ston
C. £. Jfume di 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
New Wools and Yarns
Double Berlin in all colors, per Skein..
10c
New Camel Hair Blanket
Cloth Coat in the new Camel
Brown and Tan. Some are
reversable     Beautifully made.
$27.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Finest and Best Fruit
That Money Can Buy
Mcintosh Red Apples, Gravenstine Apples,
Wealthy Apples, Cranberries, Red Grapes,
Green Grapes, Eastern concord Grapes,
Oranges and Lemons.
Fresh Shipments of Fish
Kippered Herring, Finnan Haddies, Halibut
Choice Coffee Beans Fresh Ground
Mocha and Java, per lb 50c
Our Own Brand 45c
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Condensed   Coffee  with Milk and    Sugar
Chase fc Sanbourne's 1 Ib. Tins 50c
" " 2 lb. Tins 90c
Nabob, 1 Ib. Tins    . 50c
Postum Coffee in packages 25c
Choice T
eas
Ram Lai's '/1 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 lb. 1 Salada Blue Label, 50c. per
lb.; uncolored Japan, 1 lb. packages, 50c. j
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 Ib.
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1,00.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Lowney's Cocoa, half pound tins, 20c.; Cowan's Cocoa, half pound tins, 20c; Condensed Cocoa and milk, 20c. per tin; Pint
bottles C. & B. Imperial Relish, Reg. 35c.
Now 20c.; Pint bottles C. & B. Oriental
pickles.    Reg. 75c, Now 40c.
German Town, a fine, soft crochet wool,
any color 20c
Saxony, a good knitting yarn, all colors
   20c
Eiderdown, soft, thick wool, for aviation
caps, etc., per skein 15c.
Knitted Wool Jersey Suits
For Boys, Cap to match, in Navy,
Brown, Green. Red, etc. Two or three
weights to choose from
$2.25 to $3.00
Ladies' Golf Coats
New lot of Ladies' Golf and Sweater Coats.
Some with the new Auto Hood to match. A
fine assortment  	
$3.50 to $7.50
Exclusive Hai Styl
es
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
MEN'S VELOURS
In all blocks and in different shades of green, grey and brown.
Christy's quality
$4.50  and  $5.00  Each
cTVIEN'S ROUGH FELTS
In   the   latest    and    snappiest    blocks.     All   the   new  colors.
Priced at
$3.00  and $3.50 Each
The Correct
Storm Coat
W/nether it is a big, roomy
" ulster, a smart, knee-length
street coat, nr a dress overgarment you are in need of, we can
show ymi the absolutely correct
style in 2iHh 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.
Prica:    $25 to $S5
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 Carpot and Carpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for 10
days only.
LINOLEUM
Thi;. week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs In black and white.
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
the time to makejyour selections while the stock is all here. Come and
see them anyway.
1*4   "   |'t   .*    »«•»(> fOBER   19.   1912.
•ifjHiiij j&j±txj-tt.titi.a_TsTj. H^v^iiSToigria
SATURDAY,  ut'TolU'll!  19,  1912.
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Goin
t Sale Prices
V. K. C, I. H35I5
> Stock of Womens' Long Coats and Suits
All New Fall and Winter Styles
:   es Nav) Bl
Rj ■
S tit Prii ■
erge aims
$28.00.
$19.00
.adies' Long Coals
One lot   to cl iar
$20 Coats.
Ladies'
weed Suits
Ri
.   S/2.50.
Now $15.50
at $10.   Regular
Stile Price $15.00  |
	
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Misses Fall Coals
.:.  [ular Price  $9.00.    Sale Price
Tlu
.  iii ■ will lit tjirls li..m   I11 to M years.
$6.50
Call in and See the List of Goods We Are Offering
at such a Large Reduction in Price
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[ it)] orders taken.
Iliri'i  MAkS AM) RUBBERS
ibou we are taandlinu tlu et lebrated Mason Fruit Jars iu Pints,
and -     These Jars recjuire ao comment.    They are
pai e cc< -■< in i •
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
UK     I   ' ' *•.«.-'■'■-••". *,..Trai aWM aaaaaaaaa
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real listati i ipitlly.    Wl before   ill the most tlesir-
tble resideuI
[„aat ..•.   i wi  :.. ■ .ides li   Deal buyers and it will only be a
el  re thi se lots .nt- nil closed out.
—.    All <>ur property can ' •■ sold
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if aoino ul you fellows ibat are go
in;; to i'.'l Into thu gym would do so,
you would feel n lot bettor, «omo
of you business men had bettei' g&t
into ii class .'iml torget some ol your
business worries.
The purpose of the physical department is to promote good bealth build
up strong vigorous bodies, undor the
roitrol of Christian Ideals, and to
make overy man and boj more effiO'
lent lor lit™ duties. The exercises
conslsl of nil forms of hydlonio correctives, educative, recreative, calJs
tlK'iiiis, and gymnastics contests and
games,
Tin' gymnasium i.s a lurge and airy
room, tree from columns giving n
lino clear floor tor largo classes, basketball, volleyball, games, health
talks, which are Btralghl to the point
talks, wlll bo given to each class onco
a week,
The Bwlmmlng pool In one ol tlic
must attractive features In tho build
Ing. Tho water is kept at a comfortable temperature, and ranges in dop-
th from 3j  feet to 7 feet.
Basketball     Meeting—A  meeting of
all interested in basketball veo are
members, is called for Wednesday,
Oct. 23rd, at 8 o'clock. Kveryboily
Interested in basketball is requested
to lie present.
\'isiting Day—On Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 'Ulrtl, at 4:110, thc mothers
and fathers of the boys in tho Junior
2 class, are invited to attend the
bail.ling and see the boys swim an.l
exercise in the gym.
Monthly Gym Test im Friday, Oct.
-"■111. tho lirst test of the season will
take place among the Intermediates,
aud Juniors 2. Members of these
classes are requested to attend.
Men'B  Sunday   Meeting—The   meet-
| ing on Sunday promises to bo oiw of
unusual   Interest.   Mr,   McLean     will
Blng, Mr, r.i''. Gilford ol tl •■ y.m.c.
A. stall, w.ll speak ,,n a BUbJcct that
is ol vital Interest to young men, the
BUbjecl will be "Woik, Wine and Women." livery man Bhould be on deck
early and have a good s.mr before
the meeting starts. Bring the other
tallow,
lilducationaj     Classes—Classes   will
be resumed on  Monday.   The follow
oig is the time alloted for each .las.-
Shorthand—Monday and Wednesday
7  to s p.m.
Arithmetic—Tuesday an.l Thursday
T to S p.m.
Bookkeeping—Monday S to :i p.m.;
Prldaj  .' i.. * p.m
Any particulars required may he
hail at office.
Pee for educational classes is $1.00
for three months,
es foi   both men an.l boys.
H.l; Open  Night—Watch out for the
neu  night at  tne  if.M.C.A.,    on
il. inks) ivlng   night,   t let.   -iMh.     lie
.,   .     •   ,    Hi..-   .ate  ileal.  Bring
.   ... Ij   :'i    i. 1   w.th  you  and  enjoy
: mtee \.iu   ,   good
program    will  he   announced
later.
Sunday School Institute
All those Interested in the wellare
... young men, Imys and girls, should !
avail tliMin.s.'lv.'s of the opportunity
,,; hearing the following experts on j
Sunday School work, in the Preshy-;
ten.in church,  Wednesday,  Oct.  80th.
The tirst session will commence   at
tour  o'clock  sharp,  Ihere   will   also  lie
;.n evening Bession,
'I'he   lirsl   session,   which   begins    at
fu 'cluck      will      i;ive the  business i
in. n   a  chnnce   to hear   whal.   is   being I
.I..hm in ihe     great     Sunday school
movement,
Supper will he. served al li o'clock
in the basement of the church, at
Ih' small sum of S5c. per plate. This
will glvo every one an opportunity of
the social li.'uelit.s lo he derived from
.smh a gathering.
Th,.1 Institute is being carried nu
hy the Revolstoke Sunday School As
social imi which Includes all Bundaj
school   workers ami   those  Interested.
The  program  will consist of helpful
addresses an.l bright singing, The fol
lowing are  lhe names of   those     who
will  take  part   in  the  institute: —
Bev, W. A. Brown, International
missionary superintendent; Hev. r.K.
Fisher, general secretary, California;
Rev. (I.T. Pratt., general secretary,
Washington; Hev. I. W. Williamson,
general secretary B.C., assisted by
Mr. A. Crocrof, who will sing, there
will also ho a male quartette.
The Sunday work in Hevelstoke is
nourishing, all the schools are busy
bringing the schools up to a proper
standard.
Por information, ask the pastors of
each church, or 'phone the secretary
of the Y.M.C.A.
FISHING
TACKLE
i,.. farim wwmW* ■■•
SPORTING
GOODS
h'fj\ •'.•>       '■ - i
3
A Progressive Idea
Thanks to the energetic action of a
committee of citizens, visitors during
the forthcoming conventions, are lo
ba.e tlie opportunity to enjoy a sight
of some of the picked exhibits ol Iruit
ami vegetables, which excited siuh
admiration at ihe recent lleveistoko
Full  Fair.
It  was felt that   tin Casloil  v hi n
so many prominent strangers .• ■ i.e
in Hevelstoke, should not ae missed,
to make au eye opening ucmonstra -
Hon ul the agricultural possibilities
an.l actual products of this sect,on,
space was seeureil in the veil suitable ground lloor store in ihe How -
son block, ou McKenole aveuue. llel'o
will he stnceil a showing of what tbe
soil ot Kootenay is growing, gathered
right Irom the orchards aud nVhl.i ol
the agriculturists who are turning
land into gold, by cultivation o, the
acres adjoining this city.
Partus who bave. suitable ixh.l.its
are requested' to band same :\ at
ouce to Mr. Kmcaiil, in jrdbr tbat
the agricultural resources of our coun
try   may   be adequately   repivs in.jd.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of SportinK
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 Host Hardware
Agents for Gurney Cha nee I lor Ranges and Minerva Paints
CONCERT
OPERA HOUSE
Tuesday, October 22nd, 1912
Large curtain draperies, bed spreads
and comfort»rs at Howson's.
ADMISSION. 50c. RES.SEATS. 75c.
CHILDREN. 25c
•
Hie ruijj.iij
Music Teacher o. Note
...   now
or, a noted
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Showing the wonderful   development taking   place
in the "Oity of Certainties,"
REGINA, SASK
It gives a great deal of reliable information of Regina and shows the exact
location of our New Subdivision there called
. I
J^ms' Dure; Store
I Crcal
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
MIN
FALL UNDERWEAR
Ink
ISOtS
Fall ■
Suflpei      •    \il sizes and co
Mac!        ' oata—All grades
■   'if Fall and  Winter Suits
i  to choOSe I
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Hal-.        Foot-Rite Shoes
KENSINGTON
ii is admitted by those who know Regina to be one of the host investments in the west in Subdivision hits,   ('nine In and see actual photographs
■ ■I Regina's handsome buildings.   Dollars invested now will double in a
i 'a ume and you can buj now at the opening sale price
$150AND$175 PER LOT
GOOD LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
Six Roomed  Modern House on Fourth  Street, only
Six-Roomed Modern House on Third Street only
Eight'Roomed Modem House on Second Street, only
$2,200
$2,000
$2,300
We have taken over the agency of the AMERICAN CASUALTY CO., of
racoma, and all policyholders will kindly take notice that future premiums
nre payable to us.
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G FOLEY. Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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!, tHURHDAY,   OCTOBKK  24,  i91.
THE J&A.TJli-JELttTlJLTjJD,   _RIDVEJU-STO'-ECE
THUR8DAY,  OCTOBER U, 1918.
OUR VICTOR MACHINES AND RECORDS AT COST
We have decided to
close out all our
present stock of Victor and Berliner ma-
chines and Records
at Cost, and will sell
any machine & Record for the next 30
days at 33 and one-
third per cent. Discount for cash.
"When Good Fellows Get Together
with a stein on the table, and a good song ringing clear."
The best entertainer for any occasion, "stag" or
otherwise is a
Victo^leiiiner
Prices from $15.00 up.
Over 3000 records tc choose [rom.
hear some of the latest hits, sung by
famous comedians,
Nor' West Talking Machine Co. Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,  B. C.
Wholesale Distributors for Provinces
of Alberta and Uriiisli Coldmbia
BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLA
(Double)'!.dad Records)
Do not fail to toke
advantage of this
offer as it cannot
be duplicated by
any Store in Canada or the United
States.
CALL, PHONE, MAIL OR WIRE YOUR ORDERS TO
NOR' WEST TALKING MACHINE CO., Ltd.
Wholesale Distributors lor Province of British Columbia and Alberta
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STUDIO	
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TEACHER OF SINGING
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Directed by
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This Studio gives 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,
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in SLX MONTHS.
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on application to
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A
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s.s.   Canada, Sat. Nov, 16. s.s. Canada  Dec 21       Dec li
New  s.s.  Laurentic and  Mcgantic,   15,1)011  tons,   largest  from
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 28
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CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Draft* on the principal citiefl in lhe following countries* intmcd without
delay:
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Argentine Republic
Armenia
Aunt mill
Auotria Hunc.-ry
Belu inm
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Bulgaria
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Denmark
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France
Norwi-y
Germany
Panama
Greece
Paraia
Hrlhind
Peru
tceiand
Phtllrt'lna lalanda
India
Poland
Italy
Portugal
Japan
K ■   .ii. ..hip
Ruiell
Kama
Stan,
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Sii   AM, a
Brain
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Sweden
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Syria
Turkey 8.7
United Stfllea
Weil Indlee, etc.
These drafts can bo drnwn In sterling, Crane*, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
tacls, i mil,I. s. etc.. BCCOrdrnfl to tin- money Oi the country In which they
are payable.  Thin enables the payee to obtain thc exact amount intended.
RIVELSTOKE BRANCH    F. M. CIDSON,  Mnnnijnr
NAKUSP  BRANCH    H.  I.  ROTHWELL, Mfc-agor
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vi A- V- W^KER, Aitat Canadian Pacific Railway Rfvelitoki, b,C
umDermen
It will pay yoa to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
0[d Town,    •   Revelstoke, B. C
l>«iore.!;inInu ynir oat'
fit    nf   working    clothe*
for the'lmsh. 1 make l
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Putt, BOS, Shirts
Blanket* anil everything
required In yonr bttalnees.
NOTIOB
Uevelstoko Lund District.
District ol West Kootenuy.
Tako notice thnt I, William Uoyd,
ol lluii),in, D.C., occupation, Hotel
Keeper, mt, n.i to upply lor permission to inn, huso the followiug dettnib
ed land:
Commencing at a Post planted at
the North West Corner ot Lot 100,
Uroup 1; theuce north 8U chains following lake shore, thonce east 40
chains, thence south 80 cbains, thence
west 40 cbuins to point ol commencement.
Dated September 21th, 1912.
1st uwue Sept. 28 Wm. BOYD.
WATKll NOTICE.
Fur u License to Tuke and Use Water
Notice   is    hereby  gtveu thut   thu
Canadian I'ncinc Huilwuy Company
will apply for u license to tuko uuu
use Kuty Miners Inches ul wuter uut
ul u munli Creek, which lluiYS ,u a
northerly direotlon umi empties into
lllecillewaet Uiver ncur Twin lluttc.
ihe wati'i' will tie tuken ut Twin
Butte un.l will be uscu tor ruilwuy
uud domestic purposes ou the lunil
uescriuud us O.l'.il. Cumpunya right
ul wuy.
This notice wus posted un the
ground uu thu 88th duy ul August,
W1H, The upplicutiou will be liled m
the office ol the Wuter Recorder ut
Uevelstoko,  11.0.
Objection muy be tiled with the suid
Wuter   Recorder   or   with  the   Cump -
Holier ul Water Highla,      Parliament
Uiiildiiigs,  Victuriu, ll.C.
Uauudian   l'ucitlc   Uailway   Coinpuny,
Applicant.
IH. W. llnteuiuu, Locui Uight ul
Wuy  Agent,  Vuncouver, 11. O.
first issue August Ulst.
NOTICK
THE HISTORY OF
B. C. POLITICS
(Concluded from Page One)
Hevelstoke Luud District.
District ul  West Kootouiy.
Tuku notice tbut 1, Jeuu Uul.iu B,
lllomliu, of Moutrcul, yue., ocoipa-
tiou Merchant, iuteuds u apply tor
permission tu purchuse the lulu w.ug
described lunds:
Coiuinciiclug ut pust planted to
chums south from a poiut in the
South boundary ol Lut 787., tttoup
Oue, Kootenay District, which is dis-
tuut irum the Suuth blast Oorner ol
suid Lut 78i_ ou chains, uud marked
" Jeun Dutise 8. Bluudiu's North-
liust Cuiner I'ust"; theuco south OU
chums, theuce west 20 chuius, theuce
uortb 00 ehuins, tbence eust _0 chains
to the point of commencement, con-
laiuitig  I'll) ucres more or lesB.
Duted September .3rd,   l'll'l.
JUAN   BATISE   Dlondin,
Agent.
ist issue  Sept.   25th
NOTICK.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District ol Weat Kootenuy.
Tuke notice that John lt. West, ol
Kevelstoke, H.C, occupution, Saddler
intends to apply for permission to
purcbase the lollowing described
lands:
Commencing at a post plunted on
the West bunk ot tho Columbia river
ubout 40 chains below Seymour Creek
thence west 40 chuius, thence north
40 chains, thence east 40 chainB more
or less to tbe Columbia river, tbence
following tbe bank ol tbe Columbia
river south to point of commencement
and containing 100 acres, more or
less.
Dated August Sth,  1912.
JOHN   R.  WEST,  Applicant.
Andrew Kitson, Agent
1st issue Aug. 31st.
NOTICHi
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notico tbat I, Adelard S.
Blondin, ol Halcyon, B. C, occupation Shipwight, intends to apply for
permission to purchuse tbe following
Uescribed lunds:
Commencing ut a post planted 20
chains soutb of a poiut in tbe South
boundary ol Lot 7872, Uroup One,
Kooteuuy District, which point is
distant 40 cbuins West [rom the
Suuth KuBt Corner ol suid Lot 7872,
und marked "Adelurd S, Dlondin's
North-Eust Corner 1'oBt"; thence
south 40 ehuins, thence west 20 ehuins
theuce north 40 chains, tbence eust 20
cbuins to the point ol commencement
contuining at) ucres nioie or leBB.
Duted the 23rd  September,   1:112.
ADELARD  S.   DLONDIN.
Agent.
1st issue Sept.  25th
NOTICK
Itevelstoke Luud District.
District ul West Kuoteuuy.
Tuke uotice thut 1, John Albert
Langs, of London, England, uccupu -
turn,, Traveller, iuteuds to apply lor
i.ui ine '•.. ii to purobase the loiio.viug
described  lund:
Oommenelng ut a post plunted   by
North East Corner ol Lot 11001, uu
Uu I I'l mi Allow Luke, uud in,r k«d
"J.A.L.s.K. Oorner," thence north
tu chums along the shore ol   Airow
Luke,  theuce west  20 chains,      lliru'c
mi.mh 44) chains,  ihence eust 21 cltalQS
tu point ul cumuieiicciiient,  cuutu.u -
in,: 80 torts, more ur less.
Dated loth September, 1012.
JOHN  AI.DEHT LAN Oil,
I'er Fredrick W. Terry, Agent.
lat issue Sept. 28th
poudlture  beiug calculated as Bpreud more  equitably  distributed, It  lieing
over  but the  vurj   short  period     ... promised that the   approaching ses-
a hall     deoade.   What nis   Majesty sion ol the legislature     will witness
the King thinks ol the must cuuspicu yet  turthei   diminutions  including the
mis iigurc in Provincial public life, as abrogation ol the much decried Pro-
a great British    Columbian, a greal vinclal Revenue ior Poll) Tux.
Canadian und a great Imperial    per- j    Governmental success in policy und
sonality is Indicated iu the recent be in    administration     exists,  hoffewer,
Btowal upon Imn ol a high order    ol not  alone  in conscrvution  nnl    aug
knighthood. mentation ol revenue witb reduction
While it is uot claimed (or SU' K.c- ,,f taxation where possible. Anl tho
hurd MoBride and bis government, Conservative government uiul polity
ihat they alone have been responsible in BritiBh Columbia have done anrt
lor the happily changed local coudlt are doing much more. Cliielly tbrou-
ioiis since tbe durk duys prior tojgh tbe personal eflorts of the Puice
I'.iuii, it is iihchalleiigeubly true tbat Minister, tbe Oanadian NurvUsni has
the administrative policy o( the pre-j been Induced to come iuto British
«ont i'rovincinl leuders hus chiefly Columbia as a strong competitor with
caused or contributed to the bringing the Canadian rae.in- for transcoutin-
aiiout ot conditions now in evidence, ental, Pacific ocean and local truua -
ami the material augmentation o! the I portafcion business and ,.s :l promoter
stroams ol progress by ihe Infusion of colonisation and industrial acttvl-
ol new  life     mto Provincial  attain,   ties contributory to traffic, su Wll -
Lest it be suul or suggested thutUn- ' liuin  Mackenzie and   Sir   Donald Mann
tish Columbia's progress during   the
I'ust deoade bus been u favored cluss
progress—that the liuuncicr, the man
iifucturc, the merchant aad tho BPec
ulator are prosperous at the expense
ut the worker, let it be remembered
that a higher percentage ui the jiopu
iation in     British  Columbia  tb..i
with their associates having alreudy.
invested roundly JUKI,000,000 in substantial Provincial industrials as uu
Immediate result. while ji.iu.ihhj.ouo
is ill process of expenditure on various important railway enterprises
within the province making conven -
lently   accessible   the   rich   lunds,   for-
laeiou   m       nriusa   VOIUluUia   tU..n icnuj    aeeeoo.me    auu   mu   .__..»,   .v..
auy  other province uf  the  Dominion,' o«t», mines and fisheries of the coun-
or iu uuy siute of tbe American  uu-  try
ion ure thc owners uf their own horn
es,  thai work  nud good  wages are at
uil times ut coiiiinuuil here, anil  thut
To enable the people in all purls of
the province to rcucli the railways,
import their  supplies without    undue
uuue in this favured country  fail    of expense and  murket their products ad
success save the constitutionally   in- vantageoualy, the Department ol 1'ub-
dolent,   Improvident,   vicioUB or  unlit, lie   Works  under  Hon.   Mr.      Thomu»
To illustrate, imperfectly  aud sket- Taylor,   ami   his  energetic  lieutenuni,
chily  of   necessity,   the substantiality Mr.   Vi.   Vi.  KuBter,   is  developing      u
of British  Columbia's  upbuilding   un- thoroughly   comprehensive  scheme    ul
der the Conservative regime, reference trunk rouds   building,   with inter pro-
to the    public     uccouuts shows thut vinciul  und  internutional     highways,
Provincial   expenditures   during      the line  modern   bridges,  etc.,   which  will
live yeurB     precedent tu the  accept - involve the investment ul many mil -
unce ol the premiership by its present lions  during   the  ensuing  few  yeurs—
incumbent exceeded  the  net     revenue this money of the people being return
by  $3,070,000.   In  the first  five  yeurs ed to them in exchunge lor labor, maunder McBride and Conservative gov-, terial,  etc.,      while  greatly  assisting
ernmeni, conditions were reversed aud
the uet revenue exceeded expenditures
by {5,000,000  odd.
The net revenue ol the Province increased from 1808-a to 1003 by only
$4W,00O. From the latter year to
1907-8 it Increased $3,340,000, on tbe
other hand the uet expenditure in -
creased for the first period by $l,2o8,-
000 und fur the second mentioned per
iod  only      $824,000.   Por  the   present
population growth and mdustnul expansion. A splendid Provincial National Park is, also under Hon. Mr.
Taylor's supervision, being laid out,
'■ ancouver Alps, which v nl vie with
una ueveloped iu tbe near. ,,[ the
the Yellowhead und Bauil national
parks in scenic charm uud tourist attracting power. I'ublic buildings ure
being provided in uil parts ol the
province    adequate   to  the  nseesSlt'Sa
year alone the revenue wus estimated   ot th* ™riou8 branches ol the lubllc
at $10,387,880  and it is much
service and      worthy  of  thiB    richest
thun probable  thut this amount will   and most [avored oi tbe sisterhood of
bc very considerably exceeded. provinces.
Whereas in 1003 the treasury was : A scientific forest conservation and
empty und baukers looked with ex- perpetuation policy is being worked
treme disfavor upon any extensions of out under what is universally corn-
credit to the government, today the mended by experts as model woods
Province of British Columbia haa and forests legislatiun, by an extra-
$0,500,000 In guld dollars In the banks efficient expert stuff, Hon. Mr. Rosa
uud beuriug arranged interest while herein (as in the lunds, surveys and
on current account i.lespite thc spec- other important departments over
iui payments out of approximately which he exercises control) display -
$000,000 and $1,100,000 respectively for mg a genius for administrative or-
the Songnees reserve un.l the recov - gaiuzation emphasizing tbe wiBdom of
ery of tho Columbia & Western sub- his selection for ihe important de -
sidy landsiiu addition to which there partment over wh.cb he presides. Pub
is on agreements of sale of Crown lie educational facilities ure being per
lauds, due to the people und umply fected and made more pructicul un -
Bccured, ubout $12,ii0o,00o, hearing ti der the keen supervision of the 1.1m-
per cent, interest, so that within thc ister ol Education, Hon. Dr. Young,
reach of the hand of the province hus while steudy und Buiisfactory pro -
ut this present time approximately gres= is being mude in the estublish-
$20,000,000 in liquid ussets; while ment of u great Provincial University
in compui-ison with its gross generul Other leutures of this Minister's many
assets its liabilities (although neces- sided activities are exposed in the
saril\   lurge) are but u bagatelle. provision  of  the  best   modern tucillti-
It is of record that In 1903, when *■ !or **e care and cure of the men-
the M BrMe government came into tally udlicted und lor tbe preserva -
being, the annual revenues of the pro tu,u and safeguarding ol the public
Vines were In thc neighborhood „f health. Under Hon. Mr. Ellison, the
$2,00(),i:ilO; last year's returns show a [unctions of the Department of Ag-
sum approximating $11,000,000 bb the rlculture ure being enlarged and the
total treasury collections for the development ol the (arming industry,
twelvemonth, representing „ five hun lu a" 'ttt branches eueouraged, Btim-
ilied per ceut increase within eight ulated and assiHted so that British
liscal years—the increase if calculat- Columbia may in time become snl -
od to date wouid I* about eigbt-hun- ' muiutuiuing aud its agriculturists
drcd per cent. 'share iu the generul prosperity ut the
In  1903  there  wn-  but (300,000 odd Sarllest possible day.
expended   on  road,',   bridges   and  sim-j    In   brie!,   eu. b   and  all   departments
reproductive      public   workB;  in  are working together smoothly, prolan   there   was   upwur.1^  of  $5,5un,i««i   gresslvely,  sc.entilically, to carry    on
-o expended.    This year the sum t,,tul   the country's affairs economically aud
ill have grown to $3,500,000 or more'eiti i.-ntly and to promote its growth
It ik also a fact that the popula -' and the prosperity comfort, huppiuess
tion of ths pn.vii.ee has vry much ' anl wtil being of its people.
mow than doubled during the tle-l Uui this Ls the acme ol good gov-
Bride regime; that private property',. .. ,, recogniisd by the people
loubleJ ' uU,f by tbem declared whenever they,
tbat l .ir,. given opportunity tu express them
all | selves at the polls,
de
values iu ths province havs
under tho present government,
whereas  in  1002  there   wus      on
Bides  commercial   and   industrial
But even  with  the  splendid accom-
NOTIChl.
Revelatoke Land District.
District of Hest Kootenay.
Tako notice that 1, William Biilor,
ol Upokunc, Wusb., occupation Meat-
cutter, i .'iin In to apply for permis -
sion to purchase thc following Uescribed  lands:
Commencing at u post planted
uliout 40 cbains cuat ol the Southwest Corner of Lot TB79 and southeast cornor ol Lot 108&G, thence i outh
40 chains, wost 40 chains, north 40
chums and east 40 chains to point
ol rommcucomont, aud containing 160
acres, more or less.
Dated August 20th,  1912.
WILLIAM BILKOR,
James Ftshtr, ; gent.
1st Uiut Sept. U
presslon, these closing months ol 1912     ,   ,        ,
>i„ I      nr.» .k     ,• . I pliahmcnts ol the past few yearB, Bald,
lind     British    t olumbia experiencing i  .„,,.,„    , ., .
„,„.i, ...    .   _. B   Mr Richard   McBride in   tbo cou.a*  ot
such  |iioH|)erity ns this .vctiun of Ca-I .....
t,„,l„   h,.u   no..-..      , „, 'a speech ut u banquet tendered     him
nu.lu  bus  never      before  enjoyed  and i       ,.   . ._,».»
,,..,,, „   ,„.    , ,. ' liu   \ ictoria  a lew   nights ugo,   "mui-o
with sine promise of Its continuution I._ ,    ,,_,,._. ,    „
nn.l   „,•   ,ih   I- .     j    , Ithan ever do 1 believe Uiat we in Br.
anu   gtuAth   in   unprecedented doeree; I.. .   ,, ,
n„.i  th„t    .t._„,a» at.                              'Itish Columbia are only at tbe    com-
and  that,   despite the immensity      oil , ,   .
„,™.,iu„™   .„,.,,,                 ..       ' incncement   of   things—that   we    uuvo
expenditures  inevitable  In  connection | .  ,   ..   _* 7_. _^...
with tbe vnst system of extended pub
lie works to keep pace with and promote population growth and inlusti-
ul development, tain, instend of rising  are  boing   annually  reduced    and
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85'tor te to
sot begun to get into our stride —
thut we ure as yet In our earliest
pioneer and preliminary effort— and
tbut, after all, tbe great and major
operations which ore to bring British
Columbia into her own still lie bs -
lore tli." But we muy auy und properly too, that the work done by the
government since 1903 ought to ba
accepted by the people as tt token ot
tbe earnestness ot the administration
lo proceed ulong safe lines and to
give to this province that measure of
efficient administration which alona
will bring her into ber own and
make her tbat splendid part of tho
Empire     which  nature  has destlnpd. Tun
LAS
1 .
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i       l naj        90
. nc    i om . ■   i.:i
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"'    imn     i   i land     17
nmn .   isi...ii i   ;:
.i .  ui     ilm   nn
,     to   i:"r"   •'■''''      ':''
I        c uinplH il  lllvor      i
I'orl      Hardy    II
K incon   .    Ciilcl     I.l
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1     '■"''   ii rl      lia>        il
' ' nc-   Malcolm   I lun.i      II
1     lir.ii            li.i)               13
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I'orl  Harvcj       13
In     ry Intel             II
'I.   T ll ii   111 I                II
lllllon   Kivei     12
and   |,un,|     f.i
.'    'ii.   ffhali  own     \i
Shoal   Hay     til
1 -alia     ii. riol   Hay    17
■m.Im.1   Roy    c.
tho   i .,,., :i   Klver    3D
; Fra ler   Mnnson's   Landing     t,
• ""     Hnl.I   I'mii'     2
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Port   Knsniii   :i
II..H   Minstrel  Island  ...'  11
12   Hnrldedown    l land     I
THE  J&JLTH>-TTTl1TIJl.T-sJD,   KTia"V"I[!LSTODS:_El
TinmsDAV, ot'TonER at. lftia.
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Mr. 'I'liuiiiii n. Caven |C), re-olec
tod by acclamation, Voters upon thu
register,  2IG1,
i    ai   tho mImm il  19011,  Mi.  Caven
umi  |n ;i three cuinen .1 contest,    lho
vole  standing    I iwon,   7lil;   Macdon
;'   nl,I   (L.i,   501;   Pitch   i.m->■   LIS.    Coiv
•'•' bei-Mitivo .nm ini, uoo.
3 Ulll. TA
I Mr,  Krniik .1.  Ai.n ..mm-mm (0.),     ro-
7    ol*t toll,    Willi    .'.    10    llll'   -l-e   O,        hid
lii  opponent,  Mr.  Joi.n ollvor 11..1,  e.
i.   ii n.ii-r 11, iii.   party  la opposition,
II .,t  in,, election  .ii  i.mi.i  the     samo
I gentlemen were In tlu running,     mr.
II .uacnen/.e s majorlt)  tli. dug 2,,,.
i;   tno vote wan , IV to Si.'*.    l onsorva -
'i'i tlve  gain,   llilli,  -.,.    I'he  rotum  lor
.1 19111;
11 Polling  placo Mai kom 1    (Hi.Mr
1 Ln In.
I tonal luuu  island   I"
'i bunbury     l
II .WIIUH'i.s      'i
11   liiasl inii..     HI
in   Mud  Uuy    ll
.1 Iviusington  Praino   1/
1 uohnson Koad   13
11 White   Hook    13
2 Hazclmere   I'l
2 1 loverdale   'il
1 S.  Westminster   (9
2 Annievlllo      S
1 Ty in-head    -'
0 Port Kells   31
4 1 layton     9
3 fori   Langley    -lii
Murrayvllle   to
Otter
VKlergrove
i.i.n   valloy
FULL  LINE OF  GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid li'iither Shoe They are both
eat her 8. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shots.    Call and see them  before  purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Hum iiiiiI i-ii,in >i«ii;ii,,.>•.!, Saddlers Nnrness Mnksre
Howson (®» Co.
An;  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. ROBBSNS
,.u.. .   ,  I.,  the  .j,  nl h.s opponent,
.....  ..u .■ . m,     ni.- ii n     Coiuerval I te
i ml.I..I.it,'
..'.   ...    ell ctli ii  ..;'  i: 19     Mr.  Man -
.-, n ii
...... who , ,..im I 30H to Mr. Manson's
i.-...   Loii'-ervative  gain  at  lasl  elee-
I..HI, ■,.'.    ii...  IS12 decalled  vote;
. ... n •• Manson  McNeice
i.m.   .il iy    88 60
oui ii.itlani   IS 1
    12
• o ..... Inin    101
.. , .:   ll 111    I ,. ..'        18
I   ...      I   ,1    !•            I
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lliuiej       t;j
VI   nn     in
>        ,i     t'nrni'i      II
12
7
lUil
GREENWOOD.
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.. ■. .11  I . Ual01      87
.... . li   i . ii .. r        8
 . ... .a .-.i.ii spring   nu
ViiJ * "'  "6
.......11 Ual.ano  io
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you waning any Electrical Work Done?
11 .so, tail at the RcvelMoke Plun.bing CB,
Sheet   lvitlal  Co.'s tiloie, Cli. 1.aught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPFLY   STCKE
I'lmiie 281 Mulit I'liniii- -Hi r. O. Uox -469
Mr.   jili.'  it.   Jaenson  tC),  waB in
m.nn   l..ii,i.,.la
I1..1
u-lct re e,.c. :   with a total  ol    l'ia"M  *  ^u',9r 	
... 1 and .1 majority ol 'iiA nvcr     his
■■    ■■■..:.   uir,   rieatberton.
At 1   m ■ li. tion ni  1.".j Mr. .iin-,.Mim
Hi
18
'lift
ill
KASLO,
.  ,
s  poll il lot),  .11.  .iini'lhhihI.I  i1,.i,   161, Mr-  N«il  !''•  niAcaay  (C), was here
1  aird -ui.  ii. ii:,. 1 ai 11  iB.j, 204.  i'. n '■ ■   ,; •'    hy  acclamation.      Voters
1   si..!....•   ...,n  at  inst  olestlon,   104, ■•. • "   tie register, 641
ih,   .. tail kote .;. 1912. ..  liw    led un ol   1909,  Mr.     Jobn
■'  Polling place             Jackson Hoa'tou K^ui  .1.1. c.,,.- battle unsuccessfully
I
li •
. Irei ■■:
Rue
11, u  ii.  .11. MavKay, bj  whom be was de
in   .. ll)      .   1 to  in.    Ci "mi mi HM
.. 27 ii'i   ' i"  1912. S53.
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    1
Mi. .: ■   • ■  ■   '     IJ
cotttt ' . ' 't«      'ei        titled l'o     " '   	
insoa  (Cl,   151;  I art-  Moresby 	
.   ..   ,  Dun an   1.' .),  172;  Boaumont       0 i
Forrest    1. 1,  154.   Conservative fain  McMurdo     6
-mi,   149,        K     Oalena     80
ihe last record*.! vote   Briscoe   U «
Win,li-i lucre     20 17
Bg piact mi   on     Wi'f'i Atualmcr     18 34
Cuwberlana     U« W .V0m ,,,,.■ W w
Sash, Dcois, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in tic 1111 uacui.i ^ lu.'r.cfs f
Sash,  Dcors, lVouidings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Cfh.ee  t.r.d  Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors iind Windows made to cicer ar.d all
kinds ot repair woik done in good order.
Vv e have a full line of building supplies, lime
cetnent, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Piaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cyVlet.il. Lath i.r.d all kinds of Glass, Oils,
1 iiirts, Vainish, all c< lois j.r.d tints.
lviueli pleasure in quoting any thing in the
Building Line.
RfVi ISTOKE   SAMI ANO D OR F CT0..Y
P. O. Fox 295.  KtvtlMikc. B.C.
y
1 -\
ASK  THt-   DR'Vt K
Ivv.t\ 1 ,h|\ kiii-uf him, lie will
1,1   \",iil,„i i|i,»  u lit-k'-y-. «■»• ,',•
-   llllll- .,!,'    Ill,'    It»»a,|,        ChII ,111,1   I,,'
,,|.I'lll,'. ll. ,\,t  l,l,|lhH|„,|,l    hIi,  ul,I
1.. ,. •, ■ i.iii ,, vim • l\ nf . in Har-
ii-s'f tftel*<l fiolcb VihniMiy, (mi-
fui|i,,i lliii,eur C. mi. a'ii"<"> i' "I
:<!'..,- .1.1 ,,| 1<l:.nl l.nr. v Buimlv
1..,   11..Hi,-11,nl pn, |„.,, ,.    llu, hIim k
• ■I ■ 1     1*   ,-, ^ nl'll I i,|ii,,i> nl «ll
Liiul. H. ,1, , jm-il.il      s, hi i,v nil
i|,>    |.'Hll|„||   ImiImU, ,,|   I, ||,|,l„,|l,'
lun- k.i.ics   lltiuors, 1 mn,,. 1 nil (.IfiHrettss
r
I Dj Vou Want Cheap Wood
or Buildinq Material
.
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ii
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rotes,  Mi    H
> ■   .               19 ami Mi
1, 1.   i'.-,           .1 - ittve gain,
1  1              ,:  ilm inut cl
ectlon i.y    poi a, iu mil,
J.,lM,;d.
foiling I'lacs            i:  luiviiimiii
Crow's Neil i;i 11
li. ... .   'ai 1
Waldo  as 4
11. 1 mon
■ 1 iMiaOor
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ng   I.y  ..',
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164 iota Mr. I
.,11 1   |. 1 1.i-i. In   ■ 1. of l»0a   Ml      • law
Mr.
••In 1, .     ,   ,,, |an f (I,.), ih -ii r.H|." 1. ■ foUi bt*
... 1   1       ■ gala
M 1(03, Mr,  Mlllei    : M    Dtl iii   ..! thl UU r«l ill an tp*
j. .!.'.!.    1    pi inl, ,|
I'nii 1   ■       1.1     md    Mi iniim is 1.  Polling piiicc
tbe :■■• A.Aiej.  .ii   I'iiii'i lack  Vallo;   5 0
KO; mil,      .1    ' ,,i... 11 iii...- gain ' uinity   ; 0
10 1913,  ,''Jl>. jCnraul.eU Croek   7 0
2x4 Cidar.    I inch. I;+ inch io 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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1 iit: Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd. t THURSDAY, OOTOBBR 24, mi.
TTTTJ 1&A.TTu-T±B1JEIJ±XiJD,   !R EJ-VIULSTOKZ-EI
THURSDAY. OCTOBEIR 24. 1912.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
LAST ELECTION
RESULTS IN DETAIL
(Concluded from Page Four)
Cellsta  3r'
Chase   H
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INOORPOKATKO I860
Record of Progress for Five Years- 1906-1911
9(16 1911
* 3,000,000 if 4,000,000
3,000.000 4,(500,01111
23,077,730 85,042,311
27.457,01)0 38,854,801
__^_^__^^____    33,090,192 48,287,284
Has 83 Brando h In Canada, and Agents and Coricsponilunts In all
tha Principal Cities in the World.
A O'ff »«i   KAN    INO  BUaiMSBS TRAN8ACTCD
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL  BRANCHES
Inlorost allowed at hluhbet ourrnut rate.
Icvclstokc Branch. W   H. PRATT, Manager
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
Clearwater Crossing
Cuuoe  I'reek   	
Douglaa l.uke 	
Ilurka  	
Ducks ltiinj*e 	
illeneiiiliiii 	
Grand Prairie 	
Kamloopa	
Little Kurt 	
Long   Luke  	
Louis Oreek	
Mulukwu  	
Mosquito  Flat  	
Norili Kamloopa 	
| North TlioinpHiiii, I'l.  ..
North Thompson,  \v.
Notch Hill 	
Uuflehmiii   	
Rom Hill 	
Salmon Arm 	
Siivunn   	
Seymour Ann 	
Shuswap 	
Sloamoiia 	
Stump   Luke  	
i Tappen Binding	
Time   Vulley   	
.. S
.. «
.. S
,. 17
,. 12
.. 9
.. Ill
..•wa
..   7
.. 10
,. in
.. ii
. . It Might Be Cold. .
IB TTT
It is always hot in the plunjre at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters aie the most wonder-
lul health restorer on ihe Continent Our lecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and yeriiied bj our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery nf Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously lilted and llnished for comfort, and
convenience of noests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
...    4
.. 51
..   4
.. D
..137
.. I'l
..  10
.. 30
.. Ill
... I
.. ir,
..   4
931
• Okanagan Landing
m Commonage 	
0 Oyurnu 	
4 Kllison 	
ii Hwlnga Landing ..
s Beavoullne 	
12 Rutland 	
9 Soutb Okanagan .
11 Kelowna 	
188 Okanagan Centre .
15 Vernon 	
1 Okanagan    s
in Salmon Hiver Bridge ....   i
0 Armstrong   	
0 lliillcnr  	
6 Deep   Creek   	
Ii Bnderby   	
4 (ii uul.ml   	
6 Mara 	
•I ('mine I'reek 	
8 Silver  Creek  	
ic, Lumby 	
Ili Mabol Luke 	
. 21
. 7
. 10
. ifi
'   II
. Hi
. 24
93
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0
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117
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Oil
0
1
9
New Denver
Bllverton 	
Roaabery 	
Nukusp   	
Uurton Oity
Deer  Park   ...
Aiinw Park
Summit 	
Wiiiluw   	
Needles 	
Three   Korku
HI
M
. 10
, 76
36
10
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.    4
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.   7
ii! smith Francois   a     l     2     o
ill Ootaa Luke    2     o     3     o
as 940   620   277   106
lii' SIMILKAMBESN.
2 Mr. Sbattord (O.), wus bere re-e.ee-
;t li-ii hy acclamation. Votes upon the
0  register, 969,
At  tlie eleetion  ol   l'J09   Mr.   Shut -
878
ills
2   ford's  vote  wiih 404  uud   thut  ol    ins
•' opponent,     Mr.    iClmblrat 11.,), 2nb.
" OoDservatlve gain, 1012, 555.
VANOOUVBR
SKBBNA. |   m0Mi.8i     McQulre,  Dowser, Tiadell,
Mr, William Manaon (0,), In tbla Macgowan and Wataon were here n-
consl.ituciiiy wub re-elected, again iii oiocted, tbe only chuuge in the olty'a
ii iiiueh out up contest, there itaolng in representation in I'm-liainent being
the lieiii against him, Messrs. day- BOt |n ,|lc, compoalUon ol that repre-
tnii iiiiii. c.i, A. Manaon il,.), and Mntatlon but in the order ol senior.
M comely (s.i, and the voles poi- ty,   in. MoOulre, who in the lust iuu
led hy euch nn follows:—Wi'll'iui"  "  -
620:
2
1
3
0
20
0
397
Relswlg .
liichltiiul
3
li
Mr
here
HISS
ROSSLAND.
Lome A, Oampbe
297
son, 940; A. Manson,
cry, 277; Clayton, tin;.
ai tlm lust previous election,
Manaon secured x'li, Mr. Kergln
377,   und   Mr.   McKuy   IS.),   IM.
aervatlve gain,  1912
143;   SoeinliHt.   gain,
vote     for    the    lust elect!
joined!
Mini
Montgom-
Mr.
(ti.)
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in
a
ct
elected In a
 n
triangular
V,m. bOYP, Proprietor.
halcyon, Arrow Lakes
LILLOOET.
Mr. Archie McDonald     (0.),     wus
here  re elected   with   n   total   of      20(1
to the 81 votes polled iiy his Liberal
opponent, Mr. Stuart Henderson.
At the last previous election, Mr.
McDonald's opponent vut the cx-
iiieniii. r for the district, Mr. Mark
Bagleaon iLl, whom lie defeated hy
i,i  to Hi".   Coniervatlve gain ut the
last  election,   60.   Detailed   vote.
I'olllng  place     McDonald Henderson
Lillooet   49
I I.nton    25
ll'iiiiii.iil-tc   21)
llih' Uur   13
.i,   wus Polling plaoe
contest,   l'rince   Rupert
..331
I
o
•j
127
O
4«
Union   Hotel,
,  JUST NKU'LY KUI'AIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weikly and monthly raU'8 to t>e Hiranfied.       Mral Tickets, 21 me&ll for 56.ml
FIRfeJT STKI KT, KKMiLSTOKH, li. C.
A   P. LliVUSQUB, Proprietor
Dor Creek   ^^^^^^^^^
Alkali  Luke    4
u .Mile Tost   0
111 Mile   House     5
117  Mile  l'ost    8
Empire Valley   5
Pavilion   2
Bridge River   3
Oadwallader Creek   2
I'euibcrion Portage   8
Fosters Dur   4
Lhilcoten   10
Uuncciillc   5
N. F. ol Uridge River ... 5
Laughton CB, Tapping. Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $G.OO
MONTHLY BOARD
Leu.liiiiiu s Creek
Watson Bur Creek
Noith   Donapurte  .
.. 0
.. 6
.. 11
200
29
10
111
3
3
0
0
0
2
1
3
0
2
0
1
2
0
3
0
0
0
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/r        H. J. rVcSlULr, fnprnlor. \/
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
NANAIMO.
Mr. John T.W. I'luce iS.), wus elected to represent this constituency,
with 621 votes lo tbe 57k polled by
Mr. A. B. n.n.i.i IO), and tbe 375
lor .Mi.  Henry Shepcrd (L.)
At the last previous election     victory rested with Mr. J.H. Hawthorn- '
thwaite iS.;, who defeated Mr. Plan-   with 336 votes,  his opponents,     Mr.  Coast Section—
ta  by  786  to  464.   Conservative gain   l,.  o. Taylor lL.),     ana Mr.    Cnsey   i>ort    Kssington
W. W. Fester, Past President
in 1912, 114.   Sooialtst loss, 165.
NELSON
Mr. W. R. MacLean (C), waa In
this district elected with 527 votes
out of 6)1 allowed, his opponents,
.in. Hurry Wright (I-G.) uud Mr.
llu rou i.n. I, polling lue und 177 re-
■i ■ etlvtly.
At tbe election last previous,    Mr.
loic   Simpson   ,
vieorgctown    ...
Ulgny   isluiul  ...
.suns     Mainour
rvineolltb   	
Goose  i.uy  	
Whiting Uuy 	
Stewart 	
miter Creek 	
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnishe.ti   with  thr  choicr-st the
markm affords,      I .est Wineis, Liquors anrl
Cigiifs.    Rau:s$; • dny.    Monthly rate,
iti.), polling respectively 16S aud Di).
At thc lsOd general electiou, Mr.
W. B. urautn iC.i, wus warned,
witb 23,, Mr. lingl.sb lL.) pinug up
lit, and Mr. Cusey (S.), HO. Ion
Hcrvulive gain, ,.,u:', tt. Soci.ilisi
loss,  oi, Linerui loss, 417.
RBVBLBTOKB,
 ,            Tuc  noni jt,-, 'itioinus Taylor |t',),    «   —
Wright   secured  Sbi  of  the  vote cast.   Min,„tl.r   „,   public   Works,   » .',   km   hed  CUII  	
Mr.  i reuse (L.).  3H3 und Mr.  .Mathe-   rc.c,cct<.u      „y   uiclumutioa.      Voters  Hetuge  Duy   	
son (S.), 14».   ConservBiive guln 1»12  „pon __, cpaUr ii,su. Welcome    Hurhor
l.,U votes. ^ |    At tbe election ol  W09  Hon.     Mr.  bpUier    Rivera    ..
NEWCASTLE, Tayioi   poded  us ol the votes     ret-  I laxton 	
Mr.  I'arker  Williume (,s.),      In this   oiucil,  .Mr.   Lindmark   U-L.J,  ,>to an,I   in.crness   	
distr.ct sucoecded iu     reuiniug     nis   Mr. KatttpstU IS.), 121. Conservative  Mile     i'l  ,
weat.   although      with   a considerably   gum.   lals),   J.2.  UoeTal   uecline,  340;
reduced majority,  his total being lot,   Docialist loss,  121,
and tbat of Dr. Dior (C.,, 373. | RICHMOND.
At thc  1J0J election     Mr.  Williams
,,    _   ,   . ... Hr.   K.   L.  t urlei-Cotton   l< .),      in
•■Ltuined 2.) nl  the votes polled    Mr. ,      .
4.0IUU,  mr.   tb|((   conrtltuttJCj   enjoyed   the   honor
,,i  re-election i,y acclamation,  Vi
upon the register,  4450.
At toe I'JO'J electiou Mr. Cul ter
Cotton's opponent wus Mr. Kurries,
(I..), who polled 067 to lbe successful Conservative cuudidutcs 'Jl.v I
Conservative guin at lust election,
3538.
riAANICH.
'lhe   Hon.      D.   M.   Kbvi ts  (O)
bere   once  iic.mii   returned,   wltb
lluineiit hud been junior member lor
Vanoouvor, is now thus the lirst mem
her lor thut eity. Hon. Mr. Bowser,
heretofore tirst member, is now second, Mr. Tiadell third, Mr. Macgowan lourtii, umi Mr. Wiiisuii    (aecond
224;Ll'beral ruin  , uat heretofore > tilth.    The Oon
114,   The   detail   scrvulne  total  vote at the lust  i-lcc
tion   wus  25,933  und   the   Liberal   hut
114,1*3,     SociaiiHi   candidates polling
,r,7i,7  und  Mr.  S.   lireer   i lndepeiiileiit I
1307.    At   lhc lust   previous  general  el-
■   ection the recorded totals for tbo aev
2 ' erul  partlOB unit  the  champions  were:
Conservative—Bowser, 5441; Wataon
."ilio.!; Macgowan, 5190; Tiadell, 5051;
Mcduirc,  4826.
Liberal—Slnkler 4110; Maodonald,
3084; Wade, 3942; Stables, 83S6; Camp
bell, 3227.
Socialist—Kingsley, 1883; Pettipiece
l4alS; Mclllen/.ie, IJ.ll; (lurvcy, 8227;
McGregor,  1218.
A curious feature of the last elec -
lion in so far us Vuncouver city is
concerned is tound In the fuci that
the vote polled wns very much under
that recorded In the election of i'JOD,
the result no doubt of apathy uiih a
i general acceptance of the result us a
foregone conclusion.   The votes m-<l-
I ited  to the several candidates In 1909
'are thus found to ninoiint in Lhe aggregate  to 51.316,  whereas the nggre-
I gale ol the counted  votes in 1.H2    is
46,285.   The  Conservative   vote  allowed  a falling off    of      372;   the Liberal
vote 4336, aud the Socialist vote 1210
Details  of  the  vote of  1012  are  here
appended;
Conservatives —
Dr.    U.     A.     McGuire    .1,114
Hon.     W.     J.    Bowser   :,,.ul
Charles    K.     Tisdall      5,066
A.    H.    B.    Mucgowan  5,061
H.    H.    Watson   4.077
Liberal B—
Knlph    Smith     3,257
0.   W.   Enright   i!,.'l7
Maxwell  Smith  i.ili
Vi.   S.   Cameron    2 716
J.   N.  Ellia  .2,6lJ
Socialists—
J.    A.    Macdonald  1,263
John    Keid   1 156
William  Bennett   1,184
Joseph  F.  Lord   1,133
W.    A.    ITitchard   1.081
Independent—
Samuel Greer     (,'.17
The voting lo the various ,tard polling divisions produced tbe following
results:
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
No. 5
IJ
Stewart  (C.), IM     ant Mr, Thomns,
lL.),  i.i.   Conservative gain  In  1412,
. •     Socialist  gmn,  seven.  Tbe detail
lute fur 1912.
l'olling place D.er  Williams
Ladysmith   286
South Wellington   15
Nortbfield  30
Kxtenaion  21
CcJur   21
206
55
62
44
3d
386
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
I os | ice I.s.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
373
mnr wkstminsier.
Mr. Thuu,... i..Itoi.l ll'.), was re el
•et«d lur Ins tiuine c.ty ol the Fraser
Jef.'.it.ng Mi. Btorgt Kennedy 1I..1 on
the reapective votes ol 1004  and 385.
.it tbe election of Uuj Mr. Uittord
was unsuccessfully opposed by Mes-rs
Juhaston (L.j, and Dodd Lab, Tbe
Conservative candidate obtaining Ml
ol the totul vote polled, Mr. John -
nton 614. und Mr. Dodd 165.
UKA.NAOAN.
In thm Ji-trict thc Minister ol Kin
ance and Agriculture, Hon.  I'rice Ellison  (C.j,  bad au easy  victory over,
Mr.    Stilling     (N.i,  their  respective
votes  Ix-iog U5S und 21*7.
At tha lust previous election, Hull.
Mi    lillisou »as returned in a trlang
Biecaenridgo Landin
klisiiliikiili.ni 	
Terrace	
Cupper     City  	
V.iliars,lol   	
Laielee 	
Kit.imuat 	
Hartley  Duy 	
Surf   Inlet   	
Suunsuii  Buy   	
III',.,11     l-'llllH     	
Bella ('uutu 	
Hagenhorg  ,
Isionu 	
Naiiiu 	
"•* Wadbama Cannery  ..
u"  \ i. toria Cannery
. 3
. 6
. 3
. 6
. 0
33
. 0
. 10
, 14
i
.    0
. ll)
.    3
.    6
;    4
11
. 16
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.    1
.    5
.    4
12
I'J
.    I
2
.   3
3
.a. a.,.,.,   . aauiivaj          a.
increased majority,  bis total  vote be    (jUMn  Charlotte  Islands—
lug 3'J2 ami  ttint o!  his opponent Mr.   MltM-ett   Ill
Noble il..), 176. Nadan Harbout  .
At   tbe   previous  election   the  rivuls   gueeOJatown 	
in thc running were Hon. Mr.  Khcrts   Xowe Hill 	
Ud   Mr.  Brydon  (L.),  who polled re-'Toi HI   	
spectively  4n uud  303.    I'JO'J  vote  in   Lawn  Ilill 	
total!
Polling pluce
Baantohton ,.,
Willows  	
Cedar Hill ....
Doleskine 	
lti.y.il   Oak ,.„
.Sk,.legate
19
12
18
2
8
. 13
Kberts    Noble  g,,,.,.,,  (Jnarlotta City 13
65
... 68
... 66
,..119
,., 74
3V2
17 Sand fit. Point     6
M r.non     4
is Lockeport   5
tl Jedway    7
30 Interior—
  Iluzi'lion   8
IW Kitsclus   13
I
£.   Q,   BURRIDGE
Tlnamlth Repair*, Hot Air, Pip*
and Furnace Mrork
-WORK   SHOP
Gorin»Mght  Avf.   -   Rewalatok*
• 1
UNION HOTEL
aRKilv IIK AD.  II   C.
Hpeclal Atlenllnn glfrn to rommerclal
men and umriata. Kiratclan samplr
rooms. Finest scenery In llnliil, C'nlnm-
bia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
SLOCAN. I Haiilsci abide   	
Mi.  William lliintur (C), was here Lorne Creek 	
 „.. a^aauuro in „ lrl8ng.  re-elected,   wiih  373   votes  to the  198 'Cedarvulc   	
lUlar  contest,   the  totals standing;  —  caBt ,or Mr- Autbouy  Sbilland (8.)     I Skeena Croesiug 	
• Ell.a,n    (■.,, Ullj dc jlftrt ».   7<1.'    At the election ol I'JO'J  Mr.  Hunter   Sealcy 	
i Johnsou    (d.),     18».   lteaulta vt lhe  wou Iro1" Mr' ""rrls (I-L>-)> and Mr.' New ilu/^lton 	
IMJ ballot are ajipnuded in detail.        U«n»et (S.),  their     respective totulB  Kispiox 	
l.ll.ug  place Iilileon  Utlrling  beingi-Hunter,  303;  Harria,  57; Ueu-' Twenty Mllu 	
Caaiagna           j o   nett,   172.   Conservative galu  al  lust  Big Tunnel Cumi	
■..•.aiaataalM electiou,  70;  Liberal lose,  57;   Social- |01entuna 	
a   lat gain, Ni   The detailed vote     lor Chicken  Lake  	
ag   1912  was Ai.lurinei-e  	
7 Dolling place Hunter SblllaDd   lilkwa 	
4 Slocan City   88 19 (I'lenaant  Valley  	
0  Sandon  23 W South Bulkley 	
a MtUuigao „ ,  i I Nertb  Fraocoii 	
I'enticton ..
.'■ai.ini.it i   ...
Summerlund
li ichland   ...
..199
, »
, U
95
Weetbauk   21
Nabun   14
ftullflSy   ......   ,,„,,   ,,„„   mi.at
1
15
17
17
3
9
4
0
12
I
21
4
5
6
1
2
0
4
1
0
o
0
27
0
3
0
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t)
0
0
1
0
1
'J
3
0
2
0
0
0
0
o
16
13
1
0
0
3
0
I
0
1
0
4
3
2
0
4
2
67
7
I
0
0
5
6
9
9
1
2
3
3
6
6
2
1
0
1
0
1
3
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32
0
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0
0
0
1
0
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0
0
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0
 2,409
 1,179
 1,020
 1,718
^^^^^^^^^^     1.527
No. 6  1,321
No.   7         86
No.   8       Ill
Total number of     good votes   9971;
3   spoiled ballots, 138.   Total votes n,Bt
0 10100.
1 VICTORIA
0 The capital city presented in the
0 iust election a result paralleling that
0 in Vancouver, all its old repreiMita -
0 tives in thc Provincial house being
0 returned with only a slight shifting
0 of po-itions. The Premier, Sir Ricb-
0 ard McBride, K.C.. M.O., headed the
0 poll us before. Messrs. Nebnsen and
0 Thomson, however, exchanging places
41 In I'JO'J tbe verdict of the people
I) was recorded in these figures:
g'    Conservative—Bride,   2856;      Davey,
2 2503; llelinsi-n. J497i Thomson, 2465.
0   Aggregate,  10,Jill.
o| Liberal—Morley, 2218; Oliver iJ.),
n 2216; Drury, 2081; Houston, 1875. Ag-
o'grcgate, 8,340.
3 Socialist—Oliver,  iGeorge), 659.
51 The election uf March last gave a
2 Conservative aggregutc vote ol 10,727
u ii guin ul 406; a l.iberul aggregate of
0 4028, a decrea-e of ill]; and a Sue
U laliat aggregate of 663, a gain ol
j four. The details ,,( the 1012 poll are
n   subjoined.
Hope    66 '
Vule     8 7
Spuzzum       *
Camp 16     7 2
North Bend   37 10
Keefers        G °
l.ytton    <8
Spences   Bridge    17 19
Mctrillivruys      3 0
Ashcroft   56 69
Sache  Creek      5
Walhacbln   28 5
Dot      3 1
Oanford   12 7
Coyle station   io 4
Coutlle     9 *
Nicola   27 18
Merritt  105 7:t
Middleaboro     7 ls
Coldwater      9 2
M Cullough'e     1 3
Aspen Drove     6 2
Thyniis      4 0
Mammette Lake     3 4
'oil 270
YMIR
Wr. BcboSeld (O.j, in'tv secured reelect  w ,t li a total ot  1024 to    thc
261   cast   (or   liis   Socialist   opponent.
Mr, Pettipiece lol Vancouver).
At   the  election  ol   1909   Mr.   Scho •
field defeated Mr. Ollvor IB.-), by odj
to .in.   Conservative gain, 1012, 325.
Socialist loss, 105.
Polling   plnw Hchofleld   Pettipiece
Trail  -1" M
Castlegar   19 4
Robaon   12 0
Westley      6 0
Syringa   '*' o
Uiu,-a   io o
Bdgewood    21 8
Arrow   Park     19 1
Needles     9 0
West Demurs    10 1
Graham's   Landing    IS I
Slocan Junction   21 1-
Thrums   13 1
Koch's  Mill     1(1 0
Crescent   Valley       & 3
Taghuni      li 3
Granite   11 4
Fnirview    IOK 60
Proctor   52 1
Harrop   34 1
Willow  Point    20 4
Kaknnce     5 1
Greay'i Creek      6 0
Boswell   16 0
Creston  135 23
Kricksou       6 2
Rykerts     3 I
Sirdar   20 9
Kitchner     10 3
Vmir   22 26
Salmo   42 22
Queen Mine     4 2
Krie   17 3
Arlington     6 2
Fruitvalc   43 8
Columbia Gardens     9 0
Waneta    16 1
Pen d'Oreille     9 0
Patterson       5 0
1024 261
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Courtler'i.
j It she said "bring chocolates" she
means "Sugar Bowl" chocolates.
Vancouver bland acreage at H. N.
Coursier's.
Ths "Sugar Bowl"     hot chocolate,
couee ana lea, etc.,  is  unsurpassed.
'    Clean, smokeless, furnace lump and
uul coal at Coursier's.
Ail subscribers nol receiving tbc paper regularly are requested to com -
11.-a.cute with the editor, Mail-Herald
Box aii, Kevelstoke B.C., m order
that their complaints may be recti-
hedl write your full name and address legibly, and your complaint will
tie attended to promptly.
Thc "Sugar Bo»l Koiiutaiuj', like
Char.ies Auut, is still running. We
mc Still serving out to satlsned cue-
ton.. 1 a our ilei.ciuufc ice cream, soda*
and Suudaes.
' Here ■ the ruud tu comfort, a >un-
iabed thirst, a cool body aad *, re -
treahed uni, the only way   is via   a
'cool dnuk  at tba SugaJ   Buwl  i'oun-
u  Conservative-
Mc Bride
Thomson ..
Davey   	
Bi'liiiscn   ...
I.ilatral—
Brewstei „
Klllot 	
Socialist—
MWglay ...
independent—
Perry  	
...3,233
...2.641
...2,471
...J.I9J
1,041
....1,970
.... 663
....   616
YALE
Mr. Alex Lucas ,0.), bere     secured
u' ru-electioli  with  a  total  vote  of    524
u  to thc 271 of his opponent. Mr   J.P.
a'McConuell (L.).
0| At ttK-election ol 1909 Sir Richard
li McBrlde (.C), won Irom Mr Stuart
Q'Henderson (L.), hy 455 to 265, .the
, ' seat pussing to Mr. Lucas hy accla-
q mation upon the Premier (dieted tor
- both Vale and Victoria) deciding to
,  sit as  representative  of  tbe  Capital
,9 I    Details of tbe vote in bis constltu-
,  oney at tbe last election follow:
0 Polling place Lucas McConnell
n'Agaaaiz  4J 1»
0 St. Bltao V. •
l.i.n,  McKenzie Avenue.
lini   t.uie   »us Strong,  her  tune  was
bad;
i'he  lllack  Ke)   Study  made ber sad,
She said good bye to all the fuss,
A11J bougbt a Gourlay Angelus,
At the Kevelstoke Music Btore.
Tbe "Sugar Bowl" Luncheonette La
now running in connect nu, with our
so.lu louutain. Ladles will Had bare
a cumfoitable [dace to get an attar-
noon cup of tea, chocolate, codes,
beef tea and light rsTrcsboisnte.
A BOCCHBBFDL TKliATllliNT
Mrs. Kilwurd Kennedy, of Meriden,
Conn., 40 years old, was advised by,
her Physician to try Dr. Martell's Female PUIS, she did so with wonderful
results. Thousands ol others would
say thc same. 20 years the standard
at your Druggist.
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Staffer and Wheeler WilBon Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month at Manning'i.
All kinds of machine needle*
stocked.
MANNING, Agen^ THCRSDAY, OCTOBER 24,
TTTTdl  2!te£-A.II-_E3:-E!^JLr.ID,   IR,ffiVELSTOKE
THURSDAY,  0CTOB13H 111    1911
THE BURNING QUESTION
Will not enter into your calculations if you are
um ui  our Coal Saving,   HEAT PRO-
l UCING, I ni ral,lt. Heating STOVES.
Our line this Season! Better Than
Ever.
New Sieves
New Designs
New Features
The best selected
slock in Town
Prices Right
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■*■ ift,
' M
.m'..,?>_-     ■ Mi\
i«.$bwm wm
- f.-.i).'. ,1
i»i ml
- V,
'
i
y ' .   is •.
Airtight Heaters
Oak. Iron
Heaters
Double Heaters
Electric Heat'rs
Stove Boards
Coal Hods
Coal Vases
Fenders
Fire Irons
Coal Shovels
Com      ..■ i  -'i.t .in get p ■.'I'D 1 selection.
£ •   . Rs \su.     Coal Stoves—$18.50 to $30.00
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.. LIMITED
Plumbiri-
Steam Heating       Tinsmithing
O OOOOOOOO O O<K><K>O<HK><K><>O-CH>-0
o Imperial Sank of Canada x
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9 Capital Subscribed - 6.000,000.00 j
5 Capital Paid Up -      -       6,460,00,.00 I
6 Reserve               - -       - 6,460,000.00
6 Total Assets,       • -             $72,000,000.00
O . or Igonl ■ al all principal nointB InJOanada.
s in Great Britain  <md United States—London, England,
i.i, • !' Bank., Limited,    i tiloago—Pirat National Batik, Corn Bi-
bional Bank,   Seattl—SeaiUuNiuionnlBunk,  Han Pi-m-
Wells Kalgo Nn-ada National Bank,     hpokane—Bxahaogc
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
i-; — *i ol il at,J upward, received, aad Interest Allowed at
surreal from '..-•■• of nfttiouit.   Oorrespondenoesolicited.
Rovelstoke fJi-anon—A. B. McCleneghan, M^r.
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Ladies' aiid
Children's
f All flATS
Pretty Shapes.   Latest Styles
Mrs. AG. Crick, • First Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL.  BLEND  TEA"
refresh yoa with its
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
i*\V*'
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WATCHES
B-ST  ON   EARTH
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C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
plentv 01 Gait Lump Coal arriv-1    Gftlenft  Bay lftndB In i»»r
int'     Orders will  have io or 20 acrep or en liluc.    Cdith-
prompt attention. pondence invited.
Or ler st Rootenj.y Agenda
*   n "lir pHONEJJohn Shaw, Agent.
A,   OaVldSOn,    292 {   Box 616 Arrowhead
C.P.R. POLICE
"An  iiui'Mi i.il iiollcc foroo,     liuvlug
lov Us onrtllnitl principles     'Civility,
Hobrloty,   Uleaullness,     Moral    nnd
Physical courage.'
Tinii   i   the .-ini>.itiini-.- nf Instruol
liullH  IsSlietl  I" I Iim Itoitil  ol  tho  polico
lU'inniniMiii  ul the Oanadian     Paolllc
Hallway  comnuii)   Iiy  tho  vice pre
tl, 111 in i'lnni'M ol wostorn Uiiok, Thai
ollicial lii,.l i'.ii-   thought  ol tho proli
i loin, fur It in u prolilont, thiH nssom-
hllng ;i polico foroo to tako cars ni'
tho public, onlorce tho laws,    to   lm
< pound ol hlghor grade  meu than
iuui previously been omployetl and
above    tho spotter typo and bearing
■ none ol tho i"olul Ions to elthoc tho
imi,in- or tho employees which thoso
Intllvl'duuls nn' supposed to boar; a
loroo timi  must agrou with city and
j provincial lorces, und at the same
tlmo bo ludepondcni ol tha latter,
while worklug In closo conjunction
witb them.
Hm im.i known ol tho uiul* that
i ontrontod both city and company
departments In ondoavorlng to uh
semblo n police lorco I hal bad lor Its
one object the enlorcomonl ul lnw nml
the proper tronimenl ol tho publio,
Hi. bad also known thai ns a rule
company officials did not assimilate
with thoso "I the city. Why, whh not.
lor iiim to lind out, but be <iiil detor
imin' that he would plane the police
force ul western lines <." a plane
whereby beads ot departments In clt-1
lea nn J towns on the line could no
longer sny officers si>nt out by the
company wore not ot right calibre to
mix willi city departments, tor Unit
bad been Bald.
The v.suit wns im ordered tho bead
uf the railway police to recruii a
i..ni' extending trom Port William to
Vancouver uf army veterans. Hut
llii'ii' must in' something besides the
mere titic uf army veterans betoro
they get a place mi this Imperial police force, They musl bave Borvod
their term uf enlistment, they must
have tin' Bcrvice medal; they must
havo a discharge from tho Imperial
army ur from the Royal Northwest
Mounted polico without the shadow
uf ii blemish.
It wns something ut :l insk thnt li,.
assigned tu the chief ,,1 th,' department mnl it *s nut yet completed, uf
the 150 men required lie hns about
80.   I'lviiy um   of those nil the bill.
When yuu see ,-,  pulire officer nil duly
nt. the siuimus uf the Canadian r.i
cltlc Railway wearing the uniform ut
the company he will also have a It-
He ribbon mi Ins i.-ft breast, It 1h
n duplicate of the ribbon Hint curries
the medal lie bas earned hy .listin^-
inshe.l  service  in  tlie army of    Ureal
Britain ur un the Royal Mounted police service. Thut ribbon ineaiiB that
the   wearer  has  Ik-hii   trnineil    in    the
scl I that     menus rigid discipline,
lesson, that teach him to hold    Ins
[tempsr and to recognize that the pub
lie Is a bard master, for thc public is
Empress Theatre, Monday, Oct. »8:h—Thanksgiving Day
a hiu'il master nud it nno doubts it,
nil he has lu do i I" follow uum ul
the officers ns he undertakes to toll
the public what imn the u.ims arrive mnl depart, what it costs to net
iu a certain point and if be thinks it
will continue to ruin all summer. If
he will not venture an opinion on tbo
latter subject llie traveller llireaii lis
to report the officer lor lusolenco, Ior
ihe principle duty ui thi« police force
is to see that thc public Ib helped
while truvelllng; iu Bee that travell
ers are Informed ol tho arrival and
departure ol trains und to answer tho
thousands of questions that only i ie
public can ask. in the detei' Ion ol
criminals and th.' general wntcbtul
ness necessary to protect tho propcr-
tj "f a groal company like the Can
ndlau Pacific Railway Hus police lorco  iiiileaviil-s lu Sllpplemoilt, as  fal  as
possible, tho work ut officers uf city
au 1  province wherever pusBlblo,
At present tbo force is divided Into
lour divisions to correspond with the
railway divisions:—Manitoba, Bns
katchewan, alberta and Dritish Col
umi,ni. Kach division is iii charge of
a chief Inspector who has under ium
two inspectors, » senior eon-lal.Im
and all the constables ol that dlvls
Ion,  the  headquarters oi tin- Chiel  in
spentor being at the headquarters ol
ihe general superintendent of that division. The chief inspector an.l tbe
two inspectors do not wear tho uniform but ihe senior constable is an
army mun of years, ol experience most
ol them having been sergeants in the
Imperial service, all under the general supervision of tbe chief of the de-
parl nielli, at Winnipeg.
Th.- lirst duty  to which a new man
i   i.ui'I is at. Winnipeg so thut hu
may be directly under the eyn ol the
chiel ul the department until he has
 m  (.round  In  lhe wurk  that    ia
expected  uf  him.   lb'  has  pointed  to
lum the nccoaslty of complying with
lb- cardinal principles on which the.
tm ee |o disciplined, "Civility, Bobrl-
ety, CleanllncsB," after which he is
drafted to the other division.
Tho uniform is in nselt a mark uf
distinction, tt is a design passed by
lh,. vice president and many compli -
minlnry terms have been given it by
civilians as well as by police authorities. Su well has the uniform been
received linn- have already been requests   tr    oilier   railway   coinpuny
uiiiii.'i! fur the pattern. Wnen Mis
lluyiil Highness lh,. Qovcrnor-Genoral
ol Canada, visited the west, he more
than once complimented the vice pres
i.l ul   on   Hie  excellence  of   the   CP.R.
polico   anil   mil   only   did   he   compli
iiulil    lbe   vice I'l'esi,lent   but   he   fflCOg-
inzel several  ut the men uu  the force
by having thom in the Imperial army
The puli.e force ul the Canadian
I'acilic Railway coinpuny, western
I.n.s, ,s something to be reconed with
It has all the puwers uf the regular
polico in the territory in which the
road operates, mid the men nre scho-
'.]••■! iii rendering all the help in tbeir
power to preserve peace in that ter -
r.tury and has come to bc recognized
ns u powerful adjunct to Hie Dominion, city und provincial police, and
could be solidified ulmost into a pow
cr.'ul unit of Imperial defence.
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's" on uomls is a quality name, Imagine the
comfort in usiiiH a Met liny Stove. Simple lo wmk, easy
to clean, mnl economical ou l'ml.
Sporting Goods
Rifles ant) Shot Guns, ningle antl double barrel, Winchester, Remington and Stevens, Repeating Shot Huns, shot.
Sheila and Cartridges, (all calibres),  Shooting Coats, Car-
liiilne Hells, Oltll Covers, t'.ami- Traps, all si/es.
Groceries
l'resb  Kipi'stol  Herring jusi arrived,  fresh  fruit and
Vegetables, Coffees, Teas, Hay, flour nml Poultry Supplies.
Crockery
Dllt'cr   Crocks,    Ileal!   1'uls   mill    |u«s,   all   si/es.    Choici
I llllla ainl  I iluHBWai e.
I'l.lMlilNCi HKATINQ TINSMITHING
Special Attention I'nitl to Mail Orders,
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
•^ First St., Revelstoke. Telephone No, 22  «■•
Some of Mclntyre's Prices
Habbage, per lb       2c
Cauliflower, per lb.      10c
Onions, good and firm, per lb       5c
Apples, snow, per box     1 35
Apples, Wolf Kivor, large red box  $1 50
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
EMPRESS
THEATRE
Two Nights and
Saturday Matinee
Starting
Friday, Bet. I
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lerfortnances Saturday.
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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Hre tbc Clotbcs ot all dtotbes
toe tbc Society Mount) /iban
They are the most modern ready-
to-wear clothes made. The advantages of buying clothes of this kind
are many; you can see NOW how
you are Koinp: 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.
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Prices : 50c., 75c. and $1.00
Saturday Milling, children, 15c.     Adulls. 25c.
PIANOS-PLAYER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds ot
Small cTVlusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ive
WINDSOR   CAFE  AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, malic \our lie.-iilc|unrtcrs lure.    Quick service.    Terfcct Cleiinlinc«»
nml Kinsniialilp Prices.     Give Us a Trial.     "We Never Sleep.''
A. G. THIAKIfifON.     *     JManagkh
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THURSDAY,  OCTOBKR 21,  1912.
THE  nVLJ^IL-HERJLLID,  RIK^IEILSTOKZIED
Thursday, octobSr it iM.
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
Heavy Tweed Coat, trimmed with laryf! ornamental
buttons, heavy Strappings,
large pockets and heavy cutis.
$17.50
Ladies' Fine Caracole Coat.
This is a beauty. Satin trimmed and full satin lined, full
length coat. This Season's
model and one of the best.
$25.00
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New Camel H iir Blanket
Cloth Coat in the new Camel
Brown and Tan. Some are
reversable    Beautifully made.
$27.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Finest: and Best Fruil
Thai Money Can Buy
Mcintosh Red Apples, Gravenstine Apples,
Wealthy Apples, Cranberries, Red Grapes,
Green Grapes, Eastern concord Grapes,
Oranges and Lemons.
Fresh Shipments of Fish
Kippered Herring, Finnan Haddies, Halibut
Choice Coffee Beans Fresh Ground
Mocha and Java, per lb 50c
Our Own Brand 45c
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Condensed   Coffee with   Milk and    Sugar
Chase & Sanbournc's 1 Ib. Tins 50c
" " 2 lb. Tins 90c
Nabob, 1 Ib. Tins    .50c
Postum Coffee in packages 25c
Choice Teas
Ram Lai's \'. lb. and 1 Ib. packages, 3 and
5 lb. packages, 50c; Sunbeam, Red Label,
40c. per lb.. Hlue 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
00c. per lb.; Salada Blue Label, 50c. per
lb.; uncolored Japan, 1 lb. packages, 50c;
5 o'clock 1 Ib. packages, 50c, 5 lb. boxes,
$2.25. Deckafulty, 1 lb. packages, 75c.
We have bulk tea, 35c. up to 75c. per Ib.
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Oniy
Ilolbrook'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. per do/.    On Sale at 35c. per do/
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.
Special Sale of Ladies' Warm Winter Underwear
TABLE No. ONE
Vests and Drawers, mixed wool and cotton,
white and natural, any size, good, warm, lleecy
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 fur Ladies. Some short
sleeves, mostly full size lung sleeves, in white
and natural at   	
75c. Per Garment
TABLE No. FOUR
Finest all-wool Vests,   ladies' sizes only, fine,
natural wools and white wools, silk trimmed
$1.0O  Each
Exclusive Hai Styles
We are the sole agents in the City for the famous Christy
Hats. These hat makers were the first to make stiff hats and
to-day make the best. Our soft hats of their manufacture present
all the new features without being extreme. Let us show you our
line of Rough Felts and Velours.
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
MENS STIFF HATS
In medium and extreme brims,   "Scott" quality.   The best hats
made
$5.00 Each
MEN'S VELOURS
In all blocks and in different shades of green, grey and brown.
Christy's quality    	
$4.50  and  $5.00  Each
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
yy/hetht-r it is a big, roomy
" ulster, a smart, knee-length
street coat, or a dress overgarment you are in need of, we can
show you the absolutely correct
style in 20th Centun 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 Carpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer for lO
days only.
LINOLEUM
This^week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs in black and white.
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
the time to makejyour selections while the stock is all here. Come and
see them anyway.
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Mip|i THUR8DAT, OCTOBER   14,  1912.
THE  MAILHERALD,  REVELSTOKE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER U   1912.
Going Now at Sale Prices
The Entire Stock of Womens' Long Coats and Suits
All New Fall and Winter Styles
Poultrymsn tot
Ladies' Navy Blue Serge Suits
Sizes 36 and 34.     Rjegular $28.00.
Salt-Price $19.00
Ladies' Tweed Suits
Regular Pticc $22.50. Now $15.50
Ladies' Long Coats
One lot   to clear at $10.    Regular
$20 Coats. Sale Price $15.00
Misses Fall oats
Regular Price  $9.00.    Sale Price
TIh-m- Count will III gltla Iroui  i'1 to ll yean
Call in and See the List of Goods We Are Ottering
at such a Large Reduction in Price
REID & YOUNG
Deceased wmk popular all along   theil _   _,    .. aa.^a»
line nn.l his tragic deatli will lie     a   FloHIINCj
A  mooting ol tho Revolstoke l'.ml «l»»'k to his many Irlends.     He whh  -fl\r>U\   C
try and Pet 8toih  association     wan I"' ""'ll  t"  his    present     position |  l«V/r\i_i_
hold on Monday  oventng laBt  at   u. al1""' a   year ago,    running between
M,   Smytho's  Hall,     The  roport    .,1 Kamloops  and   Revelstolco.   Tho    re-
the  Show  umltteo     was presented """"K Wl'"' removed to thfl Kamloops
.,„,! adopteil, undertnkilng parlors and tue   funeral
All poultry prlzos ivoro paid on the arrangements wlll  bo announced later
evening a! the lasl  daj   ol the Bhow. A" '"'i'"'sl  Wi,H commenced by Ooron
The L-oops cleaned and sprayed    with «' '"'•  Archibald at  2 o'clock this at-
disinfectant,  leaving  tin eady    tor ternoon.—Inland   Sentinel,
in-s 1   (all's  luir.   Other  routine  bus! -
ness was ili.spi>scil of. A lew pickling oivlons-left por It), Tir
Aftrr adjournment a judging demon al   Mclntyrro's.
SPORTING
GOODS
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THI CITV IN BRIEF
*•'   .   .1.  K. Johnson  .i'.i! receive on
■:    nst,
H       • has mm, n >    i
,    :  turn   ;  tu i he cil j
r       j   morning.
....      general i upi i In
ilel  ...   ■ bui ...    , . a
isl  in town,
niited
A. .   , i. a I li ■
an I Gerl I, first
i,..k.
-    m    .'    Rob   a.  wl,., hns  lieen
.. mouth with her daughter,
Mrs. butler in Summerland,     pn
..-.. tbe city on ber waj to Itoss-
...    :i .-.be ju.nt, - ii  husband.
.Mr.  Kd.  Adair ol  Vancouver, is in
ii. ... ....   thi   i onservative
Irom    'im'
is the gue l ol Mi^-
a. l irth street.
■ was
.   'tu ir    list
. s „i tbe   Revi
.   . won third prize
i between  tbo
a. • . - ... ..is,
dail-il
the
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t maMamMBmnaiz.ii ^jrarausti r aaa,r*HattUMm ^_^^^^_^^^^^^_^^^^^_^^^^_^
PuivSi-.u .'l\<; Season
Vox pi' 'I'lUK, l-'ruUs we handle only ihe best [(you wl&b to pro-
i m •■ smli ii i.ii- its i ,ir,n>. hu heuten either in quulit) or price, we
wuuM udvise you to place youi order with us.   We will gwuruiitee tle-
livt-i) iii .ill uniii ■ lakcii.
FRI IT .JARS  AM) RUUDEUS
Thin season wc are haiulliiiK the celtbrati-il Mason l-'ruit Jnrs in Pints,
Quarts ni'l Inn K.iliniis.    i'Uesc Jars require no comment,    They are
par im'i ili'iirt-.
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Mr.  W.F.   Kit
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Secretary.
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A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
lievelstoke inside Property
Real Kst&U in M-llin : rapidly.    Wh) not wet in before all the most ileair-
able residential luta ure taken up?
Lust week we made several £ood a dea u> local buyerti autl it will only be ;i
Bhort liuie before tl are nil closed out.
Call al our office and net lull particulars.   All oui property can lie sold
on ea») term**
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
A
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of nil kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stoi-k nf Fifhing Tackle. When jou see it
you vvill say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Hevelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of lhe Best Hani ware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges nnd Minerva Paints
OPERA HOUSE
Tli" nnri-. •   will i live .rn     PI I "
Oct,  SBtti.
Mi    ii. w   K.ML..H  m
lll'l      ll.il.!. -   II      I'MII
:  i ilium  lol   \ mil'    ■-   i
Alex.  Latimer, ., well ',.
pe, toi      .-I..I    ' i ippei.  lum  been .-mi
iloWII   lluIII    i'  •
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li      1||.   ,1      11  il   '
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Mr. .1. M    i.   .
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•Mills
Its.    Mi,  Kel
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C.P.R. ou t
il
i i Idai and SaturJaj   I lei. 25 an i
n <■     uli re tbe • I
in ■ s. i-, i, i to - - • le   .•
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Btrutiou wae taken part in by all pro-
lent. Three cockerels were placed uul
iler examination an.l tlu'ir respective
defects nnd metrlta were determined
v reference to American standard ol
perfection, which is In u&e i.y all pmii
try jiiil^.s. It might lie Incidentally
mentioned that a i •■"''-■,,vl placed i.y
tli.. juil ..I the recent poultry show
.is tirst pri only av arded     p
.,   majoi ii •   ...  t iioss
taking part in 1 i  on    A
m «ill ti   li-i; in
.    'I ■ .1    ium   :   '
■     .   Rho !••  Island  Red •
'.e ':ndsr discussion.
Vancouvei- IbIuuJ ucreagc at   H. N.
Coursier's.
I
Pure    Maple syrup per iiuart    jar
C5c, ut Mclntyre's.
Watch This Space
for Next Attraction
Sell-rising  hot. cake  limit' iit.
Intyre's.
Mc-
I.OST—On McKenzie Rvcuue or First
Street, Lady's (lolj Watch anil
Kuli. Finder will lie rewarded on
leaving same  iit  lhe  l'ost Office.
OPERA    HOUSE
r
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W.sViS Taken torn Mt. RevelstokE
■:.'.. stoki
road
.  up   t.i
... :    -.' dit
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,i  write-up
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D. Mai
of Rev-
Umductcr Law.ence iMeck Killed
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Bews' Drug Store
ine Soa|       	
•II    fl«-taall  01    lllr   ■
i oir) i •■ .: Isiting (
■     '   mgll Syrup  id $1.01
All : ui onuguflranlei
or ynur money will bi refunded.
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
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10K
MIN
FALL UNDERWEAR
|0K
Granfa
Pall Hats, nil the la ten.
Suspe '-. !1 sizes and colors,
Murk.'' ' I Ffradei
Lanre assortment of Pall Bnd   ' nter Sulta
and Overcoats to choose from.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Hats        Foot-Rite Shoes
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
HeveSstoke "The Capital of Canada's Alps"
There ;>rr> many who men in our city, who, in the last few weeks, looking to
the future anil recognizing the fact that the many advantages enminer our
way will boost our city as never before, I,ave purdhased local real estate while
the price was low, as it is at present. M my deals have heen trointr on quietly
by those who are "in the know." Next vear Revelstoke will make wonderful .strides ahead.
>e a wise Man and Buy Now
HKRES A FEW GOOD ONES:
Three Lot    Ea< li 25 x 100. in Block 9. on Campbell Ave., only   $1500
One Lot, 25 X 100, with small shack, opposite Y. M. C, tA       500
Fouracrei   i h-ircd and planted, with two good 7-Roomed houses,  at
west end. a snap at       3000
Big House on 25 loot lot, McKenzie Ave., close in, for   3600
House on 50 Foot Lot, Third Street, West, a bargain at    1275
WE  HAVE  HOUSES AT ALL PRICES
LIST YOUR PROPERTY. WITH US
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. Q. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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