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Empire" Tyjjuwriter
For ease of operati m and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   $C0
Interior Publit.ni.iij Co., Agts.,
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DOUBLETRACKINGTO BE    ■■«"     iF
RUSHED
You will find exactly what you have I ininj?
in the way of a STOVE oi  RANGE at this store at
prices to suit y< i.
COME IX TODaVY
and let us sl.i     you our lelection and explain thi advantages of    II i.
Sheel iron Hi      i i,      -      ■■•'  ■ S4.00, $5.00,    i.CO
Oak Heaters i   al or wood)        - 3.00 u rl *10.00
Double Heaters (hard or soft"coal) -           5,00 up
Ranges, 4-hole, high closet   - *45.00
Coal Stoves, go'id selection      - -      -     618.00 up
The Big Five Mile Tunnel, East of City, Will be Started
Next Spring and Double-Tracking Both East and West
( . imm need from a Dozen Different Points along C.P.R.
—$150,000,000 to Be Cost oi" Operations Revelstoke
Distributing Centre for t^Vlountain Expenditure.
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
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& Imperial £*arsk of Canada t
Q H«ad O+a^oo—Toronto, Ontario. V
J Capital Subscribed -           6.000,000.00 9
9 Capital Paid Up -      -       6,460,0(^.00 Y
Reserve              - •       - .      6,460,000.00 rs
Total Assets,       - -             $72,000,000.00 6
Vancouver,     Si ■He bui .eye
tor our iii-iii oseil
.    a i  bcIUi
will    lie completed    about tho i
tho ye.u. Kor the     major portion ui
tills mileage we havi     secured :l Uum
with a maximum gradb
lug  four tenths ol one  per cent.
except Ions aro tha routi     i., ■
 rka     whore     tieuter grades thau
thoi i now existing  have  been obtaiu
I   :   and   Liie   lout;   over   tbo       mll .
Tbe compan) despite reports i,i ine
contrary, villi not drivi a now tunnel
to replace the pn sent spiral I
ueur i-i.i. whore tlie prudes are i.'i
per cent, said !•'. P. Busteed, crnei
engineer In charge oi tbe O.P.R. iluii-
blu^track Btirveys, yesterday. Mr.
' n ed ii rei nlzi d as uue ol tun
most competent railway engineers In
thi   i     i  M.  ...   II    .-. as formerly gen-
: tl     Brll .mi, Co
lumbia division ol that railway. He
now makes his headquarters at Kam
■   i
'Double-tracking from Vancouver
eastward is now In progress, and tbe statics cannot be readily overcome."
surveys ti i the proposed doi rack Double-tracking «vi rk and tho driv-
liue have alreadj been completed be- ,„.- ,,; the tunnel through the Selkirks
tween Oaigary and Field. Field and will, lt is expected.be started at hall
Ited Grave near Donald, Beavermouth ., dozen polnts Barl, n ,he K1„.ing.
we.-t to lllecillewaet, Kevelstoke uud Thc proposed Improvements involve
Kamloops and Drynoch, near Spences
Bridge.
"Tbo engineers  bave located a liue
\K!>n»M nr all principal points m.Canada.
i   .,■:'. United States -London, England,
Branch*.
Asen
i Bank, Limited.    Chicago- Firs!   t.«rtlonnl Bank, <
.    tl ionalBauk,  Par.
. go Nevada National Bauk.    SpuKiaus—t.x.
?<*¥?ngs Bank Department
Dop . |l m      ■    ■■ :,  •       ■ id, ind In sl all •
i nrrespondonoe bo!
RevolPtfXte Branch -A. C. KoC.anoghan, Mgr.
O- ooooooooooooooooooooooooo
LADiES' DREGS SKIRTS
A Consignment just to hand
made of heavy dress material,
tor Fall and Winter wear.
MRS. A. G. CRICK. ■ first Street
in the Selkirks from Bis tlilo Croek
,..  I ivai l    with    maxim im gradients
ii i . ne per ceut. lt provides for
tin- abandonment of thi ml route
ascending tlio side hills of the valley
ol Beaver river and Its iiiuutury,
n.iii Oreek, lending iu the summit of
thi range. The new lino across tbe
range will be at least three miles-snorter than by the present route, umi
Will also eliminate tour miles of BUOW
it will follow  tbe bottom    of
tho valley ol  the Bea\i ir to the
 tern portal of tho proposed tunnel
through the heart u. tbe Selkirks.
Tho other , ortal ol the tunnel, which
i ..I have a length ol about live miles
wiil be near Glacier on the    western
lope. 1 he | i.i.ie through the tunnel
is not liki ly tu i.r mh. b in excess of
• ne per cent.
"in the main the  double trai
will bave maximum nol ex-
i ■ ding in..i t, nttlB ol ono per cent,
with tbe exceptions I indicated, as
well as another portion ol the nne
down Hi.- lllecillewaet In the direct -
ion of Hevelstoke, where physical ob-
Travelling Full Sped, lip tlie iit.
Lawrence. - Nine" Hundred
Passengers,
Quebec, Nov. li   1 b i Cann'd an
ih iu Royal steamer    Royal Qeorgi.
(rom Bl iBtol  to Quel 80,  With   I
sengers and a general cargo Ioi Qui
bee and .Montreal, ran on the
a|  high tl b   thiB all ernoon al        I I
o'clock, one mile eaBt   ol Point    si,
Lawrence,   island  ol  Orleans,  am
now resting on tho rocks In n     pi
carious condition.
'llu- news of the accident  was liai n
i  over  iii    Marconi wlreleBS Bystem
to Que leo a short time altor thi  ■
sol   struct,  an 1   received  with  amazement in  tbe Quebec officials of     the
steamship service.   Tbe Uoyal Ue irge
sail   i from Bristol, England, on We I
nesday, Oct. 30, lo make ber lasl trip
.ii ihe St. Lawrence trado this      i
Sho reached the Grosse Isle quaran -
im - . tation tins altoruoon, and al
•ian o'clock Btartcd for the port of
Quebec, im • Ing ., distance of 27 miles
io cover befoi. : hi i o lil ri acb her
moorings ul tbo Louise doi i>s ■.. . in
order to reach port in tlmo to allow
... ian ling I h ir paBi n ;i - s iu compliant ■' >. uu the Immigrai Ion n nia
; on i, c imo up the river al full speed
VEILED  WITH
The riv r wo .■ ed with a thin
fog at the time, Ne ■ ■'' b li s, ihe old
and rolls n charge  who    is
t.i d .. i- .. ry Inch o.' tbe
river, telt sure ol nia bearin an I
allowed b - ilg passi nger liner with
Its llvini ■- ahead    at
the Imi.I  uf its speed capacity.
The  Ri  ling     its
way with   i ru li an 1 the pa     n i
iu .11- .        on o    Mi..ii reaching   tbe
BOURNE BROS,. LIMITED
First St, Revelsti ke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
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mfort in visii        ■ ■ I
in,
ie  the
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Sporting Goods
hot i
ter, l-.emiii. ti
I     u Covi
inches-
Guns, bhot,
ng Coats,  Cai
Groceries
Fresh  Kippered   Herrinj
, Col
plies.
:    l-'ruil
    i       •        I Poultri   Sup-
Crockery
Rut'i i    Crocks,
Clili    ami Glai
PLUM] ING
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HKATIXG
'1 INSMITH1NG
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BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke. 1 tkp hcr.e No, 22
V»^|X'tV«i   I
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SNOW APPLES
an    expenditure said to exceed $160,-|end '    "'   '  v'";l   '■  *'ere busy pack"
OCO.Wli, und will occupy at least four j >"-:   ""'"   1"'1""    "   '     "h '"   ,uddenly
years in completion. tontinucil uu  I'agc Six
A choice asa irtment, per
Gravenstein Apple-, per box
Honey in half gallon tins, rcluced
C. & D. 7 Ib. tins Plum Jam
tn
$] 35
1 35
1 00
1 10
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
mmm sawmills
tm LUMBEH, LTD.
Those who Iui e been tbe beautiful!
colored sl.aes uud moving picture'
nous Bhown in connection with dohu
I'. Clum s travel turn, ueclnrc tbem
to ue must artistic and instructive.
The business oi tiie "Service" bar-
uc-r olio,', owned L,y Messrs. Morgan
and Bodin, nus now  been tgUeu over _#^__^_-__„
uy Messrs. Morgan oiu=.,  air, iludin
retiring from the business,  iu order\yj]\\ Appoint New Directors of B. C. Men.—Things Pros-
to cater to their increasing    number
of customers ibe   u iv    management perous.—Rjeport Received in London With Cheers
will   make alterations and  improvements tu the interior ol tne parlor, ,Jlu. Domlnlon    sawmills Company, shov                                    their prin
and install eitra chairs. Limited, are ahout to enter u|    ft clpals Ior the    .  rk.
...,., it                                   ■; company
m the Mbthodii               one lav. complete!                tion which will b. ^                                   , ^     with.
11 a.m.,  subject,  "Who  was Jesus  of under     tbe     s                                     ll ,T..1U  thi,                                        fflclent
Nazareth," anthem, "Tiie World must   board ol dl  ■  composed oi prom- Bupply ol   orders    are now on bnnd
bi   Conmiereu,    . .>  choir, and a soio Incnt ij. v'. men.   The new  directors lnim Lil<1 Alberta markets to last fur
"Kemember Me 0 Mighty One,"     by ..... . . ilis.
I.  Duniop.   io.' p.m.,  "An  11- ..      papoi              ... ii  will .
lustra    .                                 f Christ!    A reconl  London despatch saj   thai ....   md i lally     to
with     Inm .                        i; anthem, the London committee received     the n...   toke i                       ii  that this
rer My Uod   i,    ;.    ,    by choir, reports on the munagemeni  [roi company operating     in
eordiall]   Invited.  Rail       i  Ivei            read    bj   .-^r    V im their mid                                 . perm-
men can be called ..t tbe church l tender  with ch ei i.   Greal  cn       ia anenl  balls and une of the very best
it tbey will so arrange wub tne call due to Br, Dickie and General .  ipei Industrie!  for     any  community     to
tiny. inteuuelit L ndinurii lor being .. ..i>ss.
Revelstoka Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Heat Market. Ltd.
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
44BELL BLEND  TEA"
uiil refresh you wi-.li its i>rii;lit, spicy
Savor and fragram... Sold in l Ib.
lead packages.
Price. 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
<;. W'. BELL
P. O. Uox 708
WHU IS MK. AKTHUK?
kevelstoke   Realty  Deals   Totalling  $5U,0U0  Waiting foi    " ", ' *™
■» v   ■ "        in. i       .i inm im
Answer re lucntity oi Presumed Wealthy Purchaser.
t-'uliee Court Hearing To-JMight.
anooER & ttAKcn
raa^avStaataaSBB
Pliono No  23
Ul^aMiaaVaaJaMaaaiaaasaaji
PIANGS-PLAVilR PliiiS
real estats boom which set In ol  tl     eon-payment Ur.   trthui   ....
■ -I- about  t  mi.     a   .. .. custody ami a prelim
teni  ...     i ii .,■  it h p.m. to
, [rom Wi ii
taaklwln  to                   via  ine     liig     n tbat a M      nl.
..   into ..   i ..i i   \i i    i .   turns    to
lu.wl  ol  a   i.        ' Idi .....I I   >1.|    ,i,   '..ii...   ,u   lii.        r. ,
j uuU capita who <     , the I th     appoor    i..
visited the eltj ivesk   n  ....   its       ntu .. mattui   ■    ,  ■
w.tn an eye to was a gent
calling bin \i    iu,:. iment would  be tup
tbui  ol rm t Arthur, u man ol hum-  ortluous.
appearance,   apparently     ofl
M  tortj    :...ii»
of age.
Sheet Music and all kinds ot
Small rJMusicaJ Goods
Call and Inspect
iiiiisic Store, McKenzie Svc
Hmihidib in LunibrEiibb
i   Into touch    .-..in     Ottawa,     No\
. .. i aeral Agencies, and  Bride,  i>i
'   " "::   ' ■ ... pan  ■)
I it.- d< al    In the city,     ■ oiu
Bo      I.  Hi
Sn   Iln I,.ml   M.
iniimii Uolumbia,
li> Mti | i ..iui..
llll > I     .      \:      , HI
witb the • tbi    Department
..I Mm nn- au.l Fisheries.
. .i  Rt .■     li   Qowi er    iv	
i  i ordi ii at lun-
. hi .u .,. ■ id ni tbo
in
y iiou. Harun B
.ii i in- i in. i .!ii Laui ler. it was Ktnt
.   in   thai  lb one had
..cbed the preiimlnarj
hut thai  tin1 varlo
on  would  be    one iuto    mori
thoro o    i i ' •   Include
■ i
iiiiui L'i  "iri  the
i .:     British
••   nui      in..
. i nn,mil
■i u iiii.   of    ihe
in ■
in ■ in 11. ■...i,>.n .,i i
,1..     law
I    I.  U.I.  I Ml  111 III. '|'.l to     Ml
n   ' llt.iw.i
i..     .ini,-.  when in- will leave    oi
tbi    outh oi n ip. Mi
Uo   ei     11   o to I wick, nu
i  lhi   i.n; -. will leave
he coast.
(>Oi><K>O0<KKK>O<>C^0<K>0<H}<H>00<?
fall Overcoats "■!
tyles,
swagger
tt,   t"  the   nobby
i i •'.-■ oi dress occa-
Pi       right fur all pocket
We hav ■ Coppley,   Noyes
v*c Kandnlls "snappiest"
• Is direct from the
;•' centres."
RANGE OF ALL
ARTICLES FOR  MEN
erwear,  Hats,
wear,  Hosiery
and   Jewt Iry,     Your   Pall
,  selected   from    uur
.. will Rive you greatest
:;.vt: m.
I MtRAE MERCANTILE COMPANY
6-OO-C (KK>0<K)0<H>av><><K)-00-CK>Ov>0^
i'mii.. er i    i li ii'i "i. .hi   ii
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEiT SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, mnke  nui In m
mnl Ken   ittablr I'rii
I   I   i'M        I jUiCll       Mil,' i'l • fl
iim       ii  l rial.     "Wi  Nevei
veil     known  raluo il   pro]  rl
b-uoAu at> tb.       i.ty Hotel    lol     a Columbia, and  Ml   If.H, Ounului
price ranjlng into ihu thlrtj   tl ■ Dominion  Inspe   ol Fishorii  ,    m
ands ol I per I call was rived In Ottawa this mornlug to hold  ' '"''''"     l;'''
made on Messrs. day-ley, ol tho i ity the annual > mlerenoe with tin  Vodei
Hi i'i ami .. bargain whh i a   ,    lur al authorities in     I (ard to several  month
tbu     sum     of $87,000.   lJii|.i!   u  matters, whicli havi   been ibesuiiject  .   D
.ii awn out, a firsl payment ol      , i of negol i   time   past.
i aid iui     M'    'i i lin i -i .in hi  .,; |   ut,nuo) i,,...
subseiiu.ntlv     partially uuu.    J     u al Bowsei   bud  n  twi boul   Intel
deal lm  some   itbei  Kevetetoki   prop- with I'n i   '  Bonli'ii ID tha morning
■'1 iy ioi a    consideration ol
Tl Lull. ,     |'|.     H
in • i in,i'um, will        -        -ii     old
. inin.•! i....   i      ■ fry our   Now
[out
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'..II   I     lol ' idd
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ALL  THE   TZnVUE i
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it  which iiiiii.  Martin nm mil
:  '" ' 1"»'"'1      *"■■  preeenl " ;,.,,„, _ ,      ]t, ,,„,,,,  ,,
pending the KoUon i itunk are undei      in the afteri n Mi    teBridi   m«  uo« running In connection ■ tn    mn
mood to have uci-n refined pi      nl   Mi   Borden   igaln,   i   Mr. Bowl    stain,   LaidlM will Bnd   here
ut a cheuuc for n small amount »ini'ii   Inn   Hon    .1.   D.   ll.izn,   MiiiiHt<i     oi ,,.|..   plaC|   to  fit  an  after-
tbej   liml cashed toi   u. perron oalling' Marina and Pllherlei,   Mcisri, Mrln ■   nun-     CUp ol     Ira. chocolate, conee.
i;ia<;iN   i.ia<;iN   i:i/;i:s
WATCHES
BEST  ON   EARTH
.\IAiS'A<jER      ti.mseli Mr, Arthur, and as tbi Ctialt jtym uiul Uunnlngban wero aleo i,uk)-  bMl ira and light r»fr»ehmrnU.
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SATrRTAT,  NOVEMBER  9,  1012
THE   J&J±TTj-TTtt*lJi.TjTD,  BHVELSTOKB
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 9,  1912
y
The Capital of Canada's Alps."
Do you realize that this Fall will be your
last opportunity to buy ir. Revelstoke at
the present prices ? Get in now while
you have the chance.    See us at once.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
• HV I). SIBBALD,  I'm;:
J.  li. SIBBALD,  JK ,  Sue.
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Cbe aODaiUlfocvalb
I'CHl.ISHKi)  WBDNBBDAK  AND
i-ATCIUUY   AT
REVKLSTOKE.  B.   C.
}nterloc publlsbtna Company,
Limited
J.  K.   JOHNSON,   Manauer.
RALlii  0.   BORUTON,   Editor.
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 9, WU
Tiie Cabinet Shuffle
•: ..  i   Sov,  I   :'.. ...  Luuis Coder-
gan his  ..  i - at   Sei retarj    ol
- - ,• .,■.-.       .   ii nes on Wed
He also bas tin- dtrci tion ol
... issuing oi
teni asspoi :■-.   ano  he
r the great  seal     ol
lir. Roche took ovei the department '
• rioi   and now   bas custodj |
| Doi ii Is an i ol the admta I
tnts.
i;,... rt Rogers i 10k over   the
ks department and bas su
. Itj  over tbo expend!-'
rty million dollars,    which
roted   oi  dredging,
I tl  ic buildings.
ll.   as la Intimated,     opposition is
ig    n moi i. •.!.-.i i"     Hon.
• rr., the     Prime   Minister
■ •  ■       ■ .   I in tne con
test ai res   meetings on  behalf
in thai ■
inticipate    some
tbe    main  questions
to  parliu
t tbe navy.
;.       • net  readjustmenl
: pre] arutions ui i
opi ning ni
cn
idj   il    tbe
■ • . • «t and thc
'■'■-■ B tl
- ■  •  naval
•
■
■
■
, wives and     daughters,     did spleudid
! work in this respect, and too    much
praise cannot be tendered them    Ior
their eflnrts.
LABOR  LOYAL TO  THE  PARTY.
"What  do  1  think  the  convention
portended?   I  think it had a    better
| tone than the convention herd at New
Westminster,  and  that is Baying     a
| great  deal.   They  had  all  just come
through a big light,     und    it might
hnve been expected     tbut after     so
much successful cllort they would    be
suffering from lassitude, but uo, they
were ns keen as ever, and showed cou
cluslvely  that  tho organization thru'
out tbe entire country  is stronger il
possible     than  ever  hefore.      It  waa
shown that  there  are  a  number      ot
new districts clamoring for an organization.
"Tbere is one other thing I would
like to refer to. A fair proportion of
the Victoria delegation consisted of
working men, members of ihe labor
party, and they took a very prominent purt in the discussions showing
not merely their loyalty to the party
and the principles it stands for, but
also the mure Immediate requirement
of being aide to take care of them -
selves. They gave the other delegates
something to think about with their
keen-edged experience ami intimate
knowledge  of economics."
CONSERVATIVE PRINCIPLES.
Mr. Leonard Tait, without knowing
f the ''' endorsed every sentiment expressed hy bis colleague. He was particularly Impressed with the showing of
pics have upon tbe minds of the poo-'the victoria contingent, nn.l express-
ple ul the province, and at the Bame ed the opinion tbat every man reflect-
i nm- giving evidence of even greater | ed credit upon the city he was there
expansion  in  the  future;     that is a  to represent.   As president of tho lo-
, .        , cal organization     Mr. Tait appeared
siiuiiniuv of     tin- opinions of two of . ,       ,
to he tremendously struck with the
tbe leaders .,1 the Victoria delegation collvention.s ,ndlcatlon of the stand-
to the annual convention of the B.C, |ng of Conservatism in the province.
Conservatives ai Kevelstoke last week It had been proven to his satisfaction del gates In question are Mr., ion that the party's principles were
Leonard Tait,  president of the   local! *ainin* ground in every direction aud
that the future held even greater achievements ill store.
vice-president of lhe provincial organ' H(. ai80 agreed that the premier's
iz.iiti'.ii, nml Alderman ll. Cuthbert, statement in regard to the naval
representative for tbe city in tne ex, question was a masterpiece, indica-
ecutive of the provincial nody. tlve of tremendous     enthusiasm and
When interviewed  last night by     a   the will to do coupled with the spirit
nf wisdom calculated to meet tbe situation.—Ex.
I
SUCCESSFUL
CONVENTION
A    great    convention,    one ol    ihe
greatest over held,  lllustraiiv
great hold which Conservative prlncl-
ature ol thirty degrees below aero ib
pretty cold weather, but even colder
than that is promised in thiB city
soon. More than ten times 30 below
will be tljfi temperature iu the- tank
that contains Liquid Air wbich l'ruf.
Patty will use (or experiments on
November 25th at the Empress theater. Liquid Air is one of the most
paradoxical BUbstances known—a liquid looking and flowing like water,
but absolutely dry; 'ill degreeB below
zero, yet produced heat lioOO above
zero; in almoai the same space und at
tbc same period of time. It boils on
ice, steel melts -in it; alcohol solid! -
lies iu it; tin, iron and rubber arc
made brittle, and quicksilver is mude
bard ub steel. These, and mauy other experiments will  be performed.
Mr. Patty brings specimens of tbe
new mineral, Radium, also a wireless telegraph apparatus, and wiil
give a demonstration ol these three
wonderful subjects. 11 is very seldom
, that au attraction comes endorsed
I half so emphatically as is tbis novel
and instructive trio of  wonders.
Church Service
On Sunday evening lust [orty members and oilicers of L.O.L. No. 1668,
attended divine service at the Methodist church. Rev. llro. It. J. Mvln-
tyrc, the pastor, delivered an elo -
quent and instructive sermon to the
brethren and friends who tilled the
church tn capacity.
During     bia    remarks the reverend
gentleman     touched  upon  some subjects  tbat eflect  the     welfare of our
country and thc Umpire at large, par
tii-ulaily  referring  to  the  Ne  Temere
decree, the Biligual school question of |
Ontario,  tbo school  question  of  Mun- j
itoba and the Nortll West and   Homo ■
Rule  for     Ireland.   After  the service
the  brethren  returned  to tho      lodge !
room, and dispersed alter passing an
unanimous vote of thanks to the pas-
tor,  Bro. Mclntyre, and the choir ol
tbe Methodist church, and to the visiting brethren.
Conservative   Association,  and     nowl,
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
On Thursday last, the boys ol   the
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Colonist representative both gentlemen agreed that the convention was
the biggest ui the Kind tney had ever
ul un,led, an-d tbat intrinsically it was
possessed ol more memorable events
lhan any of Its predecessors, and that
it suggested tho tremendous Conservative sentiment that Is gradually ac
cumulating tbroughoul tbe province. I Junior Class No. I, invited their mo-
Alderman Outhbert laid stress upon tllers illul fathers to the Y.M.C.A. to
the appearance at tbe convention oi see them perfor . Tbe ordinary class
Sil   Richard  McBride,     In thc course   w"rk wus Put on at Urst,  then some
ol  the conversation  he  i ited     out   Bamc8 were played under the direct-
tbat be bimsell had the bonoi ol be ' '" "'• ll'*' Physical Director, from
iug tbc author of the nrst resolu - th,'r'' >'"' Parents repaired to the
tion to puss the convention, thai ten swimming pool, there tbo boys gave
dering tbc thanks ,„• the province as an exhibition of their swimming pow-
., whole n-i the wmk done and iu ''rs- to thl' ,'""rr satisfaction of all
prospect, with particular reference to  l"'l""',>,■
tbe breakwater contract, „ resolution s"""' Breft« splashing and flops were
which, while merited and received tbe  """,r but thl'y     would    trv another
una ious endorsatiou    ,1   thi   cntin    :''''■  l"" "ius- Wlt!l "'' same result.
delegation, repreaenUdin a very  latge   The sboot th, il    was a great a.
measure     the     tribute of the city of   l: ■'' '"''''
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UNIT.   OF  OPINION.
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NOTICK
In the County Court of West Koot-
! enay holden at Revelstoke. Ia the
I matter ol thc Execution Act,
and
; In tbe matter ol     an action between
U. GaUicano, Plaimill, and N. Tcvnn-
ssak, Defendant.
Take Notice that a Motion will be
made before thc Locui Judge in
Chambers ol thie Honourable Court
on Wednesday the 27tb day of Novem
her, A.D., 1912 at 10.30 o'clock in
tbc forenoon, or so soon thereafter
as Counsel can be heard at the Court
House at Revelstoke, In tbe Province
of British Columbia by Mr. (ieorge S.
McCartor, Counsel for the above named plaintiff (Judgment Creditor) calling upon the above named defendant
(Judgment Debtor) to show cause
why the land hereinafter described, or
tbe interest therein, of lbe said Judgment Debtor, of a competent purt of
the said lauds should not be sold to
realize tbc Mini of $1 L7.4S, One huu-
ili».l und seventeen Dollars and forty-
eight cents, payable under a JuJs -
I ment pronounced by this Honourable
I Court on the 21st June, 1912.
lands above referred to are more
particularly described as follows: —
Lot Four in Illock 101. according to
a plan ol pnrt of the said Cily ol
Revelstoke, deposited in the Land
Registry ottice at Nelson, U.C. and
numbered 636.
AND FURTHKR TAKE NOTIOB
that in support of this Motion will
be read Ihe Judgment of this Hon -
ourable Court pronounced herein, the
21st day 0r June. 1912; the DiBtrict
Registrar of Titles' Certificate of
Encumbrances respecting lands, and
the affidavit ot Ceo. S. MeCarter
Bworn and duly tiled herein.
Dated this 9th day of November, A.
D.. 1912, at Revelstoke, Dritish Columbia.
QEO. B. McCARTER,
Solicitor for the Plaintiff.
The  place  ..I  '.ii-.ness  an.l      address
fm   81 in'   Solicitor lor      th.'
pluintifl   .s ai   h.s     office,    Imperial
I!.,nk   Hln k.   Revelstoke,  B.C.
To ' ■     named defendant,
. •  ll NOV.9,  2t.
WW NT PIP
WANTED—Nursing,     apply     to Mrs.
McDonald,     corner of Third   street
an I ' vr.nauirht avenue, or phone to
lm.
WANTED—A   small   Furnished  house,
•■-iftnt.    Apply to A ll
Herald.
-,   had  House   for
Apply   Box t<3.
Annual Recital
EMPRESS THEATRE
Next Imperial Bank
Week   Beginning   November   llth,   1912
Hellstrom and Myra
Oreatesl Swedish Comedy Act
Marie Campbell
English   Comidienne
Brandon and Taylor
Comedy Singing,   Talking ai ing Acts
Russell Parker
iti   i oi  All
HIGH ' LASS MOTION PICTUR]
Week CGKr;cinfj Monday. Nov. 11th, \i\l
Doors Op< n al
Prices, children, 15c.   -   Mmission, 25c.
a'aW'i mmmmmmmmmmmmmm
At the invitation of Miss Wrigley,
and her pupils over two hundred peo- j
pie met at the opera house limt Thum
duy evening to hear the iinuiuil piano
lorte recital, which is looked for -
: forward to Iiy those interested, and
Indeed hy all who take nn intelligent
interest in the educational advance -
ment ol our young people. The object ot these recitals is to show the
progress mnde during thc year and
to help the children to overcome nervous and diffidence, there being no ut
tempt mnila) at showy playing; the
pieces are ehosrii from the ordinary
repertoire and are all  good  music.
Naturally on occasions of tins kind
duo allowance musi be made for nervousness on the    part of the pupils,
who lire also playing on n strange
piano, and never quite do Justice to
their teacher or themselves, All
things considered, however, one must
confess to a great feeling of pleasure
nnd satisfaction in tho marked progress made since Inst year, the chil -
drens' technique being excellent, as
evidenced in tbe Ioobo wrist action
and llexiablc lingers winch give to tli..
touch ii pleasing lightness combined
with great Brmnets when required, in
inniiy cases there was also decided Intelligence and feeling shown in interpreting tlle niiiBic. Where all acquit
ted themselves so creditably, it would
certainly be unfair to mention any
names.
After a program of thirty-one «t -
ems, Mr. II. It. Atkins cume forward
lo distribute the certificates an.l medals, and in his usual happy manlier,
made a brief speech pointing out how
education along any line's, whether
music, art or anything else, must
make lor tho betterment ol the student In the mental development whicli
it imposed. Mr. Atkins also pointed
out the high musical Btundard wbich
the Mcliill conservatory is determined to maintain, giving their caudi -
dales, no choice but classical limbic,
and each year their cxuniiuer Dr. I'cr-
rin (who^c name ranks high iu the
musical world) comes west and per -
sunnily  conducts  the  examinations.
•Mr. Atkins then presented Mcliill
certificates and Miss Wrigley's medalB
to the following pupils:
PRIMARY GRADE.
Hiln Tomlinson—Passed with distill iiim,  certilicate  uud Cold   medal.
Violet Abrahamson—Passed with dis
Unction, certificate and gold medal.
Edith (iorriug—Certificate and silver medal.
I    Leo  Hobson—Certificate  and  silver
medal.
ELKMKNTARY GRADE.
Bella Laughton—Certificate and silver medal.
JUNIOR QRADH
Myrtle  Urock- Pusscd  with distinction in theory, also paeaad In piano
forte  playing,  gold  medal.
it   UcLeaa—Passed Ln   pianoforte
playing and  theory, nil ver medal.
INTERMEDIATE    QRAOB.
K'Ibh  Corson—Passed with distinction in theory, also pa sad In piano
■ .id medal,
Huth  Brown   Passed ia Uwor; nnd
I .'.   -ilvir  medal.
COMING EVENTS
• .     .ei>■ night -Vaude-
n1 the Smpreas theatre
Imperial Bell Rtogcra, «t
Kn.pn ■ ,i..
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tetti    i H prtM 'aTcatre.
FOR FALLING HAIR
Vou Run No Risk When You Use
This Remedy
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Docraitj*.
Talk About Making Money
Out of Revelstoke Property
One man who bought 13 lots in Begbie View
A Idiiion a week ago from me has already re-sold
four of them for more than he paid me for the whole
Block.
THAT IS GOING SOME.
It shows that my statement as to the low price
of these lots was correct. THEY ARE ALL SOLI")
Next week I will have 30 more good lots near
the same place, facing on Eighth Street, at slightly
advanced prices.
If you want any of them speak at once, as they
too will go quickly. All are inside City Limits with
streets laid out and cement walk on Seventh Street,
within a few yards of thc property.
A. McRae, Agent
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on the principal cities in the following countries issued without
delay:
Kuiite
8»rvl«
Slum
Siberia
South Africa
Spain
Straits Settltmantl
Sweden
Swltierland
Syria
Turkey 8.7
United Stntea
West Indies, etc.
These drnfts can be drawn In sterling, irancs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
tm Is. roubles, etc., according to tbe money of thc country in wbich they
are payable. This euublcs thc payee to obtain tbe exact amount intended.
REVEL6TOKE BRANCH    F. M.  GIBSON, Manager.
NAKUSP BRANCH    H.  L. ROTHWELL,    Manauer
Africa
Cuba
Macedonia
Arabia
Denmurk
Malta
Argentine
Republic
Egypt
Manchuria
Armenia
Finland
Mexico
Austral.h
Formosa
New Zealand
AitHtrta-Hungarv
Franco
N-irway
Retain rn
Germany
Panama
Brwil
Greece
Persia
Bulgaria
Holland
Pern
Cevlon
Icelnnd
Philippine Ulanda
Chili
India
Poland
China
Italy
Portugal
Crete
Japan
Ruutnania
Wi"
VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
All Instruments Taught
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
Thia 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,
(Italy) and Paris, (Francel. We guarantee
by this method to put out a good performer
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS and further information
on application to
CHEO LEO COVRES.     MACKENZIE AVENUE
Corner of Victoria Road
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ll., i ToUic willi mir pniiiii-p thnt It
rill Coat you nullum: iiuIcbb you are
inl .ily snlinlipil with its une. It
ni two eir.ce, prico*!, 50c uiul
Ivcmrmlirt, you ron uMiiin
Iti'tiill Kriiiiilii'B in (lun romniiinity
"•nly st our ntiirr -Thr Kciall Store,
Wslitt Btll ' Hrtig atore.
BUSINESS LOCALS
n coal at Oonnler't.
I nt wrong, bor tune wai
had;
uh  K'>   ,-Uu.1y  iiiinii! her (ad,
: i" I byl to all the Ium,
' Igllt a Oouriay ADgclue,
v' n.i  RttelftOti Music Utore.
lhc "StlffM Uowl'1 Luncheonette ii
BOH tunning In connection with our
"uiIn fountain, laadlee will Hod here
»coiiifoilahle plnre to |tt an altar-
noon    cup nf     tea, chocolate, eoSM,
Dress Making
A. E. S. Tailoring Sohool
1 laving now secured suitable
premises, will open in the
TAYLOR HLOCK, over
McRae Mercantile Co.'s
Store, Monday, October 7.
All orde-s for dressmaking
promptly and skilfully attended to.
1«" SiRlit classes weekly-Werlnn-
■ Inv .mil Friday, II.iu.rs Irom 7 to 9.
Day hour*, from 0 to 12; 1 lo 4:30.
Catherine Goodwin
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Wo want yuu tu t.i'    {U»aj», ' ;}"'bctf tc» |U. light ri(re«^u«||U
bq« ?e
Rcvclstoke, b.g t
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 9,  1512
THE MAIL-HEEALD,   HRVELBTOKE
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 9,  1912
I
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
REVIVAL OF
CREAM
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1865
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
1906
$ 3.000.000
8,000.000
23,677,730
27.457,090
33,090,192
1911
* 4,000,000
4,600,000
35,042,311
38,854,801
48,237,284
Haa 83 Brunches In Canada, end Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principal Clt iuu In iho World.
A QKM- RAL   BANKING BUBINEM TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intereat allowed at high-eat ourrent rate.
Revelatoke Branch, w. H. PRATT, Manager
NiiroiDEi
. . . It Miqht Be Cold. . .
BtJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
flalcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, •        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
11 JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $150 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to be arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
Laughton CB, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
H.J.McSOHLtr, Proprietor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
A Pure Cream of Tartar Powder
Dr. Wm. Sedgwick Saunders, Medical Officer
of Health of the city of London, Eng., was
good enough to say that a long and universal experience has proved a cream of tartar
powder the most efficient, safe and economical, making food which could not be
deleterious to the most delicate stomach.
In England the sale of baking powder
containing alum is absolutely prohibited.
WHEN BUYING BAKING POWDER, RE<\D THE LABEL.
WHI1[ STAR.DOiVrfN.CN CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
AUTUMN SERVICE CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool rortlmul, Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA Prom Prom
l'oitlnml Halifax
New s.s. "Laurentic". .Dec   7 Dec.   8
s.s. Canada   Saturday, Nov. 16       "    s.s   Trutontic     "    14       "    IS
New s.s. Megan tic Nov. 15       "    ss. Canada i    "    ll       "    22
New s.s. Meganlic and Laurentic, 15,10(1 tons, Largest from Canada, all
classes carried.
SS Teutonic, 682 feet, lR,r00 li. p. S.S. Canada, 314 feet, 10,(1C0 ions.
Carry only second und lliird class I'aggage checked tUriugn to steamer in
liond.    No hotel or Trunsitr Expenses.
ti. (J. MINING
"One thing wli-.cu Impressed me due
ing my recent trip into tui; ivouunuy
in company with air tucbartt ivicLiii.ie
was ilie o,.irir. of optimism prevalent
everywhere, and especially tue generul tieiHi that the next development. In
which Ui-iLisii i olumbia will have to
pny utteiitiou will he a revival of its
mining Industry," nu.nl Mr. H. K.
Gi-esn, M.i'., for the Kootenay, in con
vernation with a Colonist representative.
"Fruit and agriculture have hu.l
their turn, hut they will soon have
u*-compunion in the mines ol the in -
terior, and there is uo reason why all
three should noc be eiiuully prosper -
ous, because- ii the mines are pros -
permis there is the moni .temaud fur
the products of the farm and of the
orchard. Not only are uew prospects
loosing excellent, but uny of the
old mines are preparing to reopen ,
and 1 look Ior a very maraed development along these hues in the near
liiture, witu the prospect of greal
success.
"The upper Columbia valley is in it
sell a treasure house,  both iu miner -
uls  and   of   agricultural   possibilities.
■ There is   an     immense arch of lands
suitable  both  for  general agriculture
I aud fruit farming and the thing thut
I struck  me,  as it  must  impress every
visitor, is thc excellence of the prov
incial roads
it to the administration aud cannot
be eiiuulled anywhere. This, I need
hardly say, is a source of attraction
to the settler, and it is no wonder,
therefore, ihat there is a steady in-
llux of people iuto the district.
NATIONAL MOri'li ROAD
Summary of the [lection
'    Un the  basis of      returns at    hand
(Bj Thomas W. Wilby, Canada's first   from every state at noon today,   the
Ucean to   Ucean   Motorist.j Indieai   I  results  of  yesterday's  bai
The  l anadlan   Highway   is a fact !   luting  was.
Uut of tue  h.ue ui  ureums,  out     ui  Total  votes in  Elec.  College   631
ine  realm  oi      u.-.u.i...   me  Oanadian  Total  votes necessary to elect ... 2611
Highway  emerges,  proved  [easiole on   Votes conceded  Wilson    415
tne nrst attempt at a transcontinent-  Xotes conceded Roosevelt   104
ai journey.
The tour officially  ended  at Victor-
la on Uctuber TS, on the return Irom
Ua   west  coast  of   Vancouver islund,
when   a    banquet was given to   Mr.
Wiluy  by ihe president of the Auto -
mouile Association,  Wr.  A.   E. Todd,
aiul at wbich  Mayor  beckwith, W.V..
Foster,    Deputy     Minister of Works,
and other leading citizens were pres
ent,
The actual tour from coast to coas.
; occupied forty-nine Uays elapsed time
i lhe  start      having    been  made  from
Halifax   about   four   o'clock   in    dun
cold, weather, and the arrival ai
! Vancouver,   by   a  co-inculenuce,     wa.:
made  at the     same  hour  and undei
the same      weather conditions.     Tut
actual runn.ng tune was furty-uat
i days aud the mileage was 3.UU0 miles
which gives an average ol Do.12 miles
I per day.
I    Hoad conditions were bad, owing to
j the immense rainfall in every part ol
thc country. Many parts of the country, especially Manitoba, were turned into swamps and quagmires;    th.s
reduced     the daily average consider -
ably.
lu addition to the 3,'J00  mijes,  TOO
which are a decided cred   miles  were coverea  uu(ler  otner tuau
the car s own power, owing to the
absence of trail or road; this applies
particularly io New Ontario. As lar
as North Day uo shipping bad to be
undertaken, although this was the
first car that had ever come through
"Tbe ditticulty in the past hus been ' aii   the   way  from  Halifax   to     that
that owing to  the  uncertainty of teu   point.
ure for  twenty miles on each side of
the railway, it has been impossible to
WHITE STAR LINS
New York        Queenstown        Liverpool
N. Y.
WHITE STAR LINE
Plymouth,      Cherbourg,
    Southampton
""S.S. Cyrillic Nov.  16    S S. Majestic Nov. 16
S. 8. Baltic     "   JI    S.S. Oceanic  Nov. 23
S.S.Celtic     "     5  * S.S. St. Louis Nov. 30
**S.S. Cvrmic carries passengers in onecaliiu class (III $52.50 and third class
>.)1.J5.    American Line Steamer.
Company's Office, 619 Second Ave., Seattle, 3 doors from Cherry Street,
or A. G. Brooker, Agent, C.P.R. Ry., Revelstoke.
gel a title to the lands. A greut many settlers who have gone in hnd
themselves in lhe position ui squat -
ters, through uo fault of their owu.
Muny ol them have made quite expensive clearings and have erected
lirst class buildings, but have, until
now, been uuahle to make satisfact -
ory terms ol settlemeut with the
government.
HARVE-Y, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM
Barristfirn.  Solicitor*.   Etc.
Imperial  Bank Building  Rsvel-
etoks, B. 0.
Money to Loa>.
Offices— Revelstoke,   B.   O.,     aad
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. B. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstok*. Cranbrook
Plenty of Gait Lump Coal arriving.    Orders will have
prompt attention.
Order at Kootenuy Agencies
McKenxie Aveue
A. Davidson, PH4NE
ORIENTAL HOTEL
luitably furnished with the choicest the
narket affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Clfjarr     Rat?» Si a day.    Monthly rate.
ALBERT     STOHSTE     PROP.
ROBERT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Muting Surveyor,
l-.n.-lM, jril.l
MCKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX    JI*.    REVItLflTOKK
W.   H.   WALLACE,  M.B.C.8.A.
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box 146, Revelstoke, B.C.
il A.  r
KOOTENAY     LODGE.  No
aud A. M.
Regular roeetlngi are beld ln MAS
ONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellowa' Hail
on tbt Third Monday ln each montb
at a p. ta. Viiiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMBON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Becretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. Ut
Meeta Becond   and     Fourth Wednes-
dayi    ln each  montb ln    Selkirk
Hail.      Vletting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
A.   J.  WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMEB McINTYRE,  Clerk.
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Bioer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. (
before buying yonr ont-
fit of working clothes
(or the bush. I make a
■peclalty ol Logging
Shoes, I'mii v Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
riaoiiiris-l in vour tuiaineaa.
CHIC
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. 82 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKF, B.C.
COURT     MT.      DEG111K,    No. Mtl.
or i. o. r.
Meete In 1. u   li F. Hall next   to
Tapping'! Opera Houee every  aecond
and fourth Monday ln month. Viaitlng brethren cordially welcomed.
it. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.   B.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Btc.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1.  O.  O. F.
Meeta every     Thuriday evening   ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Viaitlng
bretbren cordlaUy Invited.
JOHN LYON      N. O.
JAS.  MATHIE.   Sec.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Rapalra, Hot Air, Plpa
and Fumnoe work
-WORK   8HOP
Oonncught Avf.   •   Ravalatohw
UNION HOTEL
AKKOWHKAP. B. C.
Special Attention given to coin menial
men antl tourists. Klrat-i'las* sample
rooms. Klnpst scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
OOLD RANOE LODGE,      K. of    P..
NO. M,   REVELSTOKE,  D.   0.
Meeta every Wedneeday  except   the
Tblrd Wedneaday of eaeb month      ii,
Oddlellowa' Hall at I o'cii et   visit
log Kalfhte are cordially Llfltad
F. W. TERRY, C. 0.
O. H. BROOK, K. of H   * rt
M. nf W.
AH sutscrlbers not recelrln,- t.ie pa-
pat regularly are ieu,ueated to rom -
munlcatt witb the editor, Mail Hertld
Box Mi, Revelitoke B.C., 10 ot.lt:
that tbeir complaints may i-e rectl-
tlmlf Write your full name nml id ■
dress legibly, and your complaint wlll
be attended to promptly.
DAILY
>     MEMORANDUM
IVENINCiS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK
Let Us Loan
You the Money
AT
5%
To Buy
Build
PAY   OFF
MORTGAGES
OR    IMPROVE
REAL  ESTATE
Bet iou Lun
Pbone, Wilt.- oi Ca 1
11   IHE CANADIAN HOME
INVESEMLNI CO.. ETD.
C. S. HHSHIll
Keprem ntetlve
At tirst it waa not dillicult tu keep
up uu average of 120 tniloS a day,
but from the prairie provinces on,
this was reduced tu as low as sixty
miles, 'the highest daily run was
made iu Alberta—W6 miles, between
Maple Creek and .Lethbridge;, the lowest iu Manitoba—14 miles, from Winnipeg to lleadingly, owing to the
wretched stute of thc     gumbo roads.
Thu car was running ou an average u.
i ten miles to the gallon, sometimes as
"Since the change of government at   111UCU aa UfteeQ
Ottawa, however,  the interior depart
iiii-nt hus taken the matter up in earn
miles was made to
the gallon, but iu some parts of British Columbia, live miles to the gal-
est and Mr. Maber, a special commis-; ion was goou g0iUg. The number ol
sioner, la now in the country investi- j uroken links in the road through
gating each und every case ou its . uritieb Columbia necessitated ruun-
merits. He will report to the depart- j iDg ou tue Ues in sume placeSi Mk. .
mout upon the case ol each sauatter ing a learner on Kooteuay Lake ou
us well as     makiug a general report
upon the condition prevalent in the
district, and 1 am hopeful that he will
recommend a course wbich will clear
up all doubt as to titles aud allow
tbc development of w bich thc tcrri -
tory is capable. The settlers are a
line class of people and deserve every
consideration possible.
"There is everywhere throughout
the Kootenuy such a spirit of conll -
fec.ee in the Borden administration,
that I shall [eel justified iu taking
the message to Ottawu tbut the constituency is true and loyal to the
government, proud of its record, and
confident thut its future will be marked by a progressiveness which will
stamp it as the bent government
Canada bas over had."
The "Sugar Bowl Fountulnj', like
Charlies Aunt, is still running. We
uie still nerving out to satisfied customers our delicious Ice cream, sodas
uud Sundaes.
WHISKY HOLDS ITS VICTIMS
Until Released by Wonderful Samaria Prescription
Liquor set* up inflammation snd
Irritation of the stomach and weakens
tba nerves. Thc steady or periodica)
I sprue i drinker Is of ten forced to
drink even ugalnsi his wlll by his
unnatural  physical  condition.
Bamarla Prescription stops the
uravlni. steadies thc nerves, builds
up the general health and make*
drink aoiually aletusteru and nauseous. It Is iiutalui and odorless and
oan Im given with or without thc
knowledge of the patient
Thousands of Canmlluii homes have
been saved from miser, and disgrace
by seme devoted wife, mother ur
daughter through this wonderful
Canadian remedy. The money formerly wasted la drink has restored
happiness, home comforts, education
and respect tn the families formerly
m want and despair.
Read the following, one of the
■ umeroue unsolicited testimonials re-
oelved:
"I pan never repay you for your
remedy It It worth more lhan life to
me My kurband hag keen offered
liquor severs) times, but woubl not
toueh It tie itli It Imo no -hm m for
Iiim now. May Ood's ehotre biamlnar.
ever real en you ano yourt sre my
prayers ever. No one knowi It hut
those who 'neve tried It. As soon rf 1
ran   I  will   see      others   ihu   t   knn
would give  iBvthinr to stop their hus.
on Art "
leess
Ink.     I   will
a-lve   thr-m
Alls."
• roi.   from
your  sddtj ' __^^^^^^
  __   . Dewlnlon
'Name withheld  on  riqiiefl).
Xow, h* vou know of nny family
needing this remedy, tell them about
It. Tf you have any friend or relative
who han formed nr Is forming the
drink hsblt, help him to release htm-
seir from lt« nwful dutches. Sn-
merls Presorlptlon Is uaed hv physicians snd  hospitals.
A FltF-E TRIAL PA0KAG8 of <<a-
marla Prescription with hnniilei. giving full particulars, te-i|m nlnl«.
price, ate., will be sent absolutely
free and postpaid In plain tealed
package to anyone asking tot- II nnd
mentlonliiK this paper. Correspnnd*
ence ssi-redly confldnntlal. Write
to-day ' The Snmnrln Remedy Co.,
Dept.   4641 rolhome street, Toronto,
I   jr. r. .if
Also for Snlc hy    ('.  n. Mncdonnld.
Drucgist,  Hcvcletoko, D. C.
another, aud running foi u few mile:
through the United States in another
place.
The cost of crossing from Halifax
to Vancouver averaged about $2.50
a day per person, Tho expenses of the
car were ubout ib-Vi) per day, exclusive ol rcpairsi On two occasions the
trip was delayed owing to iujury to
the car ou bad grades, tbe driving-
shaft  having   been  twisted.
The gumbo roads of Manitoba were
in such bad condition that the drivers went on strike in Winnipeg, causing a three days' delay. Ow.ug to the
absence oi rouds muny detours had
to be made, amounting to 600 nn.es
ultogether, of which 300 were in On-
turio and 1100 iu Uritish Columbia.
The enthusiasm Ior thc Canadian
Highway all along thc road was marked. Towns and cities did their best
to welcome thc pathfinder and besides
presenting pennants of their town and
entertaining thc motorist, passed resolutions pledging unqualified co-operation in any scheme for the Cunu-
diun Highway from coast to eoast.
Cbuius were seldom used. Illock and
tackle were often in requisition. On
one occasion u bridge bad to be built
to get the cur over, and teams were
uccessury to pull the car out of the
bud spots.
The motorists, however, were always able to get shelter for the night
uud never lucked food or gasoline.
Scarcely any macadam roads were
found on thc jourucy, tbe majority
was ourth nud tbe rest gravel. The
l*st roads were in British Columbia
and In Ontario, the worst in Mam -
to' ,i, tbe earth roads of tbe Man -
time province! and Alberta and Saskatchewan were of about equal merit
If she said "bring chocolates" ahe
mentis ".Sugar Howl" chocolates.
The "Sugar Uowl" hot chocolate,
collec and tea, etc.,  Is unsurpassed.
RAILROAD MAN
HAD JO LAY OFF
Until Hi Took 6IN PILLS
IlulT.ilo, N.Y.
"I have been s Pullman conductor on
the C. P, R. snd Michigan Central Ior
the last three years.
About four years sgo, I was laid up
with intense pain in the uroin. a very
sore back, snd suffered most severely
when I tried to urinate.
I treated wiih mv family physician
for two monthi /or Gravel In The
Bladder but did not receive any benefit.
About that time. I met another railroad
man who had been similarly affected
sndwhohsil been cured by CIN 1'II.LS,
sfter hiving been given up bv s prominent physicians who treated him for
Diabetes. He is now running on the
road an d is perfectl v cu red He strong! v
advised me to try OW PILLS which'i
did—with the result that the pains left
me entirely."
PRANK S. IDS.
joe. a box, 6 for f 11.50. Sample free
If you write Natio-ial Drug aod Chemical
Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto.       iff
'.   •       conceded
12
Wilson,     39
states,      Roosevelt
,  6
states; Tait, 3
states.
ELECTORAL VOTE
States
T.
w.
R.
Alabama  	
  —
12
—
Arizona    	
  —
3
—
  —
9
—
13
—
Colorado  	
  —
6
—
Connecticut 	
  —
7
—
	
3
6
	
.. —
—
14
—
  —
—
4
	
15
29
, —
Iowa,  doubtful
  —
—
—
  —
—
10
  —
13
—
10
—
  —
6
—
Maryland   	
  —
S
—
Massaouusets   ...
  —
18
—
—
15
Minnesota   	
  —
12
—
Mississippi   	
  —
10
—
18
—
  —
4
—
Nebraska   	
  —
8
—
5
New  Hampdhire
 „    4
—
New  Jersey  	
 —
14
—
  —
3
—
.... —
46
—
North Carolina
  —
12
—
North   Dakota
  —
5
—
Ohio  	
  —
24
—
Oklahoma  	
  —
10
—
Oregon  	
  —
—
—
Pennsylvania   ...
  —
—
38
Rhode  Island  ,„
  —
5
—
South  Carolina
  —
9
—
South   Dakota,
doubtful   ... —
—
—
Tennessee   	
  —
12
—
  —
20
—
Dtah 	
  —
4
—
     4
—
—
  —
12
—
vVasliinrton 	
  —
—
7
  —
8
—
  —
13
—
Wyoming 	
 „  —
—
—
^tfH*  me.-MiMm/tA
■ my dc/taAc
DYOLA
MEMWUL KINDS"
If. Iha CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, anj DtST HOME
DYE. nn. cal) huy.-Why you don'l even hav. to
know aim KIND of Cloth your Cooja ara mada
of..-So -M.t.... arc ImpoaalMa.
Sand for lor Color CatJ. Story   Bnoklat. and
Booktat Blaine raaulta ol Dating or.r ..,'.. t color*.
The JOHNSOVRICHAHnsON CO., Lima.a.
Montreal. Canada.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given, that an application will be made to tbe Parlia
ment of Canadu at th.: next eei-snm
thereof, for an Act to incorporate u
Company under tbe name of "THK
WETASKIWIN. YELLOWHEAD and
REVELSTOKE RAILWAY CUM
PANY," wub power to construct and
ul>eraic tht lollowing line.-, namely:—
CuinineuciDg at or near Lio; .^master
in the Province of Alberta; thencc in
a westerly and south-westerly d.iec-
t.un crossing the Urand Truuk t'ac ie
Railway ut or near Vikiug, tbence
continuing in a westerly and • ,uth-
westerly direction crossing  lae t.ana-
d.uu    Pacitic    Hallway between the
towns ol Uhutou ulld lluwIf; tbence in
a westerly and uouth-Wdsaerly direction to the City of Wcuask.wtn;
thence in a westerly Jii'-.'.ja to ths
Saskatchewan river; '.n-nre weslir.y
following tbe valley ol me Btaieatt
river, or such other valley as mny Le
found pructicol, to or iear luo !.tad-
waters of tbe Uiuii'tt river; tiu-ia. .a
a uortb-wesWtly direction down tba
Rocky river valley, or sues other
course as may be found feasible, tu
lbe Yellowhead Paas or sucb other
pai as may be found practical;
tbence in a westerly and south-westerly direction to thc headwaters of
the Canoe river n tbe Province of
British Uolumbia; thence down tbe
valley of tbe Canoe river, or sucb
other valley as may be found practical, tu tbe junction of tbe Canoe river
with the Columbia river; theuce down
the Columbia river valley to the City
of Revelatoke in the Province 0' llnt-
lsh Columbia.
Rated at Wetaskiwin ln the i'r.ivlnc
Dated at Wetaskiwin In the Province
of Alliertu. this 4tb day of Novemlier
A.  II.,  1912.
LCC.OIE &  MANLEY,
01  Wetaskiwin,   Alberta,   Solicitors
for Applicants.
'  week*, 1st issue Nov. 9tb
JP.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85 PATl'RDAY,  NOVEMBER 9,  1<>I2
THE   J^LJLTTs'TTJHT-iJ^.T,JD,   BBVEILSTOKB
SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER 9,  1012
I UO i -i_Lo-.uf . ui.
TAFT.
.. .  ■...,:.,     o..    No\. i    Presiil
'i ait  .,;   .  ..,-1   i:.  li    ci
cl the    ■ ■       .      :
i.    issued     i.. u
:      i his broth iei
"'i i..- returns  in thi   el ci
■.   renvoi   iVil   ■.        cue     , r - li
 sans .... in   tue
ic pone; .  i ui .11
.  -    thi   .......   .        iliange can
nty. 1
Mr.   Roosi velt,    the
.  pa    ■  ca ii -    and  toi      ur.
.   bs, tbe ri    .,,..-. i .........,,i..,     is   a
■ -  tueu i .n iu-
..  ;. in our
ute    ,e  govcin-
inida pi ort.
n bib nt ol a change
cai ■ -■ • oul    uj
udi tratiu
huo.ta   :. pu . ■..;.    ti    ..,...-.   again
. ai tj    stan ..ii d  and  \ ■   ..a
:   party's pnu
. .:....,   again iu    de-
tional   go -1 nmenl
 j  our lath i  .
\*e   :.. .
who   have been
» ■.-.:■  : a lud pi ini ipli s ol
i m of reforms lm
:   --.  . ment     by mere
legisl iti    i   , ati io ism  and com ■
ten   to return to ■
■ ., ion.  Without ...   M-     we
■   i.       .i    ! :.     atdt   It'll: -r
Re| . ..   ins, and  we      nusl  n Inl in e
• a     ,. . -     .  ...   , institution lov lag
rats,
We ,   ■ m,   of progres- to
ilil     ,..,., | oi
•'■'.■   i     ri ling .- iciety of    In-
justi   .    ., x    ■■   know   that ail    pro-
: '■ ■ Impossible
ol gov ernment
and 1     - thai  ivhicb is of
oui     ivernmcn
'    '        lei ned and ini] os
■• ildi »i .u..y.  Vie
.    '■   -.in ,i clear
....!  ,t  is."
WILSON.
Princeton,  N.J..  Nov.   s—Respond -1
am from tb.- Demoi ra
'-.c nal ,:.. as 11 ting that
' n      v.   ii m     rj  .; jt'K nably   was
■ ■■•    .       icral ic     can lidatd
sen       dispatch to Mr.  McCombs   as'
I  Hows:
i eciate your t, legram
- nd  ' i yd i and    tha
... mu committee
.-: y wa : .   .     ations on the part
you have played  in  the organization
lm i  ol  u campaign   tough!
,M.t  iii on esscnllal  issues.
' \ ai cause has triumphed, Evei y ia ocral, cferj ti uu progressive
of wh i ever alliance, must now lend
his [i for m and enthusiasm to the
fultlllii, M of thd people's hope, the
ei-tal.i   hmi the  people's     right,
bo tb. justici and progress may go
hand   n band.
This    .is Governor Wilson's lirsl  ut
rand ol a public character [ollowing h. leccption of tha reports that
I,,  ha .in  n electo ,.
i lebl'ii ion of  I tie  victory      by
the Pi Ini otou i uuents began at 11
at nigui uu. ii m   ,,.. at iNussau hall
iv li. re ihi i.i ii cougi ess     uu i,
begau t,j toll ns n ,-ignai ol rtilson a
i letorj. I., i. '.in. oi ii,.: nt a Is an
estauiisheJ i iaic... u uusioiu ivneu thg
college is MiMiMMM.M. in anj  contest.
StuU<    an lo . uiu. i' ,i ith band
in.nr,im. ii | mh., *i.. and ton lu s,
and foi meii u pui'u '■ ■ lhat paBsod down
through buyui a i "M , passed Lhe Uio
fer Clou iai ■    i u Ctoveinor  u il
. on a i mi .
l-i-ii'ii       ivcre wu.li ih.- govirn
or while thi returns were 100,1114 in
during thi c\ 1 nil 4 .10.11,1 dinii .ili> 1.1
getting 1...I11 no;- \viison to concedn
that li.- hud  ■i-"ii iln- election.
Dudlej S. Malone, son-in-law ul Sen
ator tjoriiiiin, ol New Void, came
out uf the room where the returns
where In-. 114 read and suid laughiugly
'"llir governoi refuses to i"' elected."
ROOSEVELT.
Oyster Ray, Nov. G—Shortly bofora
lust midnight Col. Roosevelt made
tbe following statement:
"The American people by a great
plurality have deciil .1 in favor ol Mr
Wilson und the Democratic parly.
Lake all good citizens 1 accept the result with .iitir. good humor and 1 on
tentment. As for thc Progressive
cause, I can only repeal what i have
already so mnny linos said, tli, lul.
of the leader lor tbo time being is ui
liitie consequence, but the cause it-
sell im...1 in the i-n.l ir..11,:;di ior i.s
tj-iunij b :s . Bsential Cpr the well being ut the American  pi.,, le.
(Singedj Theodore Roosevelt."
About tin- sail,, timi i'c Issued liis
statement, Colonel Roosevelt sent the
following telegram to Qov. Wilson:
"The American people by a great
plurality have conferred upon you the
highest honor in tbeir (.-ift. 1 congratulate you thereon.
1 Signed ' 'l'li a .Ion- Roosevelt"
Col. Roosevelt Bpent election night
witb his fatnllj .-m.i ii ..' . relatives,
apparently undisturbed by tin- news
of the Democratic victory, The returns came in by telephone from Progressive headquarters in   New    Yurk.
Col. Roosevelt would uut have a pri-
vate 1 ilegraph wire and when he found
I im ; aral ion ■ und ir way Tuesday to
put in telegraph Instruments be ord-
1 .ci them lo sh.i' work.
"Somebody will call ine up and
1. ll  me what is going ou." he said,
Elmer Roosevelt, the colonel's cousin, his sons, I,.'.''.'...- and Philip, Mr.
.111 I Mrs. IS, P. Merritt, an I Mrs. d.
Wesl Roo levell, s] ent the ovenlng at
i- a. amoi'o Hill.
To all al   • i' :   ' ■•   an even
ing such as the colon;! often spends
with his family uul relatives Uu' only
suggestion "f election night being the
occasional appearance of "Jim" Amos, the butler, willi a bulletin from
the telephone.
A SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT
Mrs. Edward Kennedy, of Merlden,
Conn,, in years old, wa- advised by
bor Physician Lo in Dr. Martell's Female Pills, . h ■ did bo with wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
sny the same. 20 years the standard
at your Druggist.
Caiiailiaii Witfmj Association
New Westminster, Nov, 6—The nationalizing of the work carried on during tb.' past yeur from the British
Oolumbia headquarters uf tlu' Cana.
ili.in Highway Association was une of
Uie features uf tbc second unnuul con
vini.un recently bei.I In Winnipeg,
«hi 11 Toronto was selected us tn.'
next meeting pluce. A largo number
ui tin' delegates represented city cuun
••Us, boards of trade or oilier public
bodies.
In recognition of tin' o\collent work
done during the pnsl yoar, Mr. W. J.
Kerr was re-elected president. Thi
honorary oilicers wero retained, Mr.
Frank E. Mutton, of Toronto, was
elected lirst vlfle-presldent and T. S,
Baxter, ot Vancouver, wus re-elected
treasurer. An executive council was
named, consisting of A, E. Todd, Vic
toria, British Oolumbia; Ooorge Black
Vu on;  Jamea  McGo   Hdmouton,
1 .Mi la; Qeorge Thompson, Indian
Head, Saskatchewan; Mayor Flemin?
Brandon, Manitoba; W.J. Toetheway,
Ontario;     O.  A.  Slmard,    Montreal,
A
a.    ,,
vivl
It's a distinct advantage, in
business as i:i social lite, to wear
Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats.
Made hv the founders in
Canada of highest grade hand
tailored garments, they win for
their  wearers   respectful   reco'j-
i t->
nition in anv company.
The model illustrated here
is exceptionallv dressy. Come
in and see the other Fit-Reform
styles as well. 698
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
&
ll
.ylKWBKKWmt*
luRND-OXFORO,
Better Dinners
•Il dinner ready, Mary?"
"Yes, Madam—it is ready, and, I think, a great
success."
"Yeur cooking is improving."
"Well perhc.. . it is and i hope so, but really Mrs.
Housev/ife, I think our new Gurney-Oxford is partly
refpr- tail      ior the sue ve had lately.    I was
neve-    I coo't roa ■ • i and fowl i 0 well on our old
sto,- .1'     mitts, I used to tremble
whc. take '.     »vcn- -they were
so often soggy and h sevy.    Now Uiey are always
light and beautifully brown, ^nd, if I do say it myself,
something to be proud of."
"That's true, Mary, my husban ! hai said almost the
same thing. I'm awfully glad you approve of my
choice of a Gurney-Oxford He .pproves because
of the saving in coal since we j t it, also because of
the better meals he is getting."
"Indeed he's right Madam and it requires so little
attention."
"That's fine. Will you se-vc dinner in a few
minutes please."
j^Bilastoke j4ardwate Co.
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
Quebec; \\. a. Andci-Hon, Bt, John,
Now Brunswick; P, W, Luce was reap) ointed Secretary,
a deputation representing tho Association, and consisting oi members
irom the diflerent provinces, la to
w.i.l , li I'i Mini 1 Km I 11 au,l n- iiu'sl
1 11 11 1 il ; i : i- In • proposi il ti'iui,
1  mt'.n lit 1!   l'i. Ii'vaj.
During Him past year President Kerr
coiitrl-Lutftd $7850,ii towards necessary expenses, but the convention de-
ouled ilin this siiuiiiil uot he permitted to riintim.,'. and suggested
tli il 1 "ni-.ls 11 trade, eity councils,
and other public bodies bo approached tor contributions, a grado Bcale ol
donations being arranged ut thc meet
in.,'. Board* oi Trade ure now ell-g
Ible for membership on payment ol
•riii instead ol ,1 per member as was
previously tho cuse. Tho [ormor le,'
was considered too high,
\ largo number ol carefully prepared papers wore ren.I durimg tho
lour daj Besslon, these being follow
ed by Instruotive dlEcusstons. Among
1 li ise n bo coutrlbut .1 papers whero
Mr. James Mfeldman, ol Kcowatln on
"Tho I'uii,.iuui Highway from Win
n peg in the Lake ol the Woo Is un.l
beyond"; A. .1. McPherson, Provincial Highway Commissioner ol Saskatchewan, on "Tli" iiim is ,,: Baskat -
i-hnwan", Mr. Jossph Maw, ol Winnipeg, on "Tbe Uiile ol the Road";
Mr, A. c. Emmett, ol Winnipeg, on
"Accurate Road Maps"; Major Count
il.' Bury, representing tho Department
of Militia and Defenco, on "Iiiiii-
Ways from ,1 Military Point, ot View"
Charles P. Roland, Winnipeg's Industrial Commissioner on "Tho Oanad -
Ian Highway us ;,ii Advertising Medium"; Col. (i. W. Bennett, Provincial
Superintendent of Colonisation Roads
in Ontario, on "The Hon,Is ol Ontario"; Mr. 8. II. Henderson, President
ol the Manitoba (lood Hon.Is Asso -
elation, on "The use of the Split-log
Drag"; A. I'. McGlllivray, i'rovincinl
Highway Commissioner „[ Manitoba,
mi "TTie Roads of Manitoba." Several other papers including one on
"Convict Labor 011 Roads" which
in I been prepared by members who
found themselves unable to ntteiul the
convention, were ulso reud and dis-
cussed,
No Other Hosiery
Offers This—
t?4
•clothing ihai (its wiih absolute pprfection, for\
tin will rendily sec if you'll glance tit the
re . . . tlio only hose made thnt is perma-
3ed to the foot and leg, and that is both
ess and  Snug-Fitting
nut think eaf buying hose wiih a senm up the front
.... wouldn't thnt he ii|i|y mul uncomfortable?
1  Inv  lhe liiuil  wiib  11 senm up tbe linek only
didn't  know   there wus 11 kind free from that
nml   unslfihtliness.     There is,   however.   You
■ better kind in  uny woittht  or  color  if you
buy hosiery mode by
nmans   Limited
Pans • Canada
Underwear,    Sweaters,    Hosiery
Full-Eishioned
Seamless
HOSIERY
FULL   LINE OF   GENT'S   SHOES
The well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also carry a full line of Tan
Shoes.    Call and see them  before  purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Root nnd Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Mnkors
Howson (3& Co.
Are prepared to Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum and alll House  Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
COAL and WOOD
Good Screened  Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand   Hemlock—dry—$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.     Phone No. do
S. G. ROBBINS
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CB,
Sheet   Metal Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone -M
NixM Phone -in
P, O.  Box 469
I have opened up a Restaurant in Lower Town
and will Berve all Chi-
lishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
OPEN M.I. NIGHT
KEE MOON
■   Nc .t lo Fin   II ill
1-eLiPHONS    7B7
(10
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FruitLands
FOR SALE
1.    ' , inds in  |mri iln of
io nr 20 "'• or •■!■ ''lm-     ' :"i res-
|i , nl. -in i- ur. iU A.
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowheai I
Sewing Machines
Alii''' new stork of SIiir-
cr and   VVhccler Wilson Sewing Machine!
For S.le or Hire
Iiy the month nt Manning's.
AH kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING,   Agent.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business ■"
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 lull line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTVletal, 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 F CTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE DRIVER
Kw'T-vl'inly kimwH him, lie will
tell yuu that lliu  whUkeys we are
•filing are the belt.   Dull and be
convinced. No household Bhould
he « n In,nt a supply of uur Harvey's Special 8ootOh Whiskey; our
Frapln Llquaur Brandy, guaranteed
HII yi-HiH old or Blaohberry Brandy
for Medicinal purpoMI, Our stock
nf choice Wines and Liquors of all
kitida are unexcelled. Bold hy all
Lin- lending Imt Hi., or telephone
I
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importer* u.u Dealers In Piire Wlnet, liquors, Claws snd Clf artttss BATUBDAY, N0VEMBEH 9, 1912
THE !&J>a.TJL,-¥TJ3}Tl^.TLsJD,  R Ri^TEJLSTOlKI'E
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1912
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jfume 8 Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS  DEPARTMENT
Dainty Hosiery
A most important dress accessory is Dainty Hosiery. We
are prepared to give you good
service in standard lines of fine
hose at any price from	
25c. to $3
Gloves
You want stylish and good
fitting gloves to give the proper
finish to your costume. We
have all the wanted lines in the
long and short gloves for street
or evening weaj and especially a
fine line of long silk and kid
gloves for evening wear at	
$1 to $3
Evening Dresses
A special showing of dainty
evening Dresses in Ninon de
Soi, Dewdrop Nets, Chiffons,
etc., ready to put on, at	
$15 to $35
Be sure to get your copy cf
The Fall Quarterly Style
Book before making up
any new garments, ac it illustrates the latest authoritative Fall Styles. You
can get the book at our
pattern counter.
New Scarves
and Neckwear
Made in wool and silk—a fine
line of colors, all si/.es, at	
50c. to $5
Get It at Humes
Ladies' Aviation Caps
In the new knit heavy Eiderdown wool, all colors and all
sizes, at	
$1 to $1,75
Genoa Silk Knit Aviation
Caps, something very new, in
new colorings, Tans, blue, etc.
Very nice and dressy, at each. . .
$2.50
Special Sale of Ladies' Warm Winter Underwear
TABLE No. ONE
Vests and Drawers, mixed wool and cotton,
white and natural, any size, good, warm, fleecy
knit	
Three Pieces for $1, or Each 35c.
New Wool Gloves
and Mitts for Misses, Girls and
Ladies, in all kinds and all colors and si/.es, at	
25c. to $1.00
Rucbings, Rufflings
New Ruchings and Rufflings
in the new pleated Lace and
Chiffon ideas, white and colors,
all widths	
25c. to 75c.
Groceries and Crockery Department
Pure Honey
We have just placed in stock a large shipment
of Pure Honey, fresh from Brussels, Ont., in
5 lb. and io lb. tins, and half lb. -'+ lb. and
i lb. jars; quart sealers.
See Our Corner Window for
Classy Biscuits
Huntley & Palmers are fresh from their
Factory in England. Christie's arc also just
in from Ontario	
Prices from 2 lbs. for 25c. to 75 Cents Per Pound
Fruit and Chocolates
Fresh   G. B.   Chocolates  in  half and   i   Ib.
boxes.
Cape Cod Cranberries, Sweet   Potatoes,  California Grapes, Grapes, Bananas, Oranges and
Lemons.
Bovril and Fluid Beef
This is the time of year for Bovril and Fluid
Beef.    A shipment just arrived	
16 oz. bottles of Johnson's Fluid Beef,
ao oz. bottles Bovril Cordial.
4 oz. bottles Bovril.
2 oz. bottles Bovril.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Post Toasties,   Corn Flakes,   3   packages for
25 cents.
Water Glasses.    Reg.  $1   pcr  dozen.    Sale
Price, Ooc. per dozen.
Cups and Saucers, blue and pink bands.  Reg.
Price, $2.75 per doz.      Sale Price, $1.25
per dozen.
Choice Teas
Sunbeam Tea, Red, good, perlb       40c.
Sunbeam Tea, blue, best, pcr Ib     50c.
TABLE No. TWO
Vests, drawers and tights, some all wool and
a few sizes in children's, natural and white	
50c. per Garment
TABLE No. THREE
Fine All-wool Vests for Ladies. Some short
sleeves, mostly full size long sleeves, in white
and natural at	
75c. Per Garment
TABLE No. FOUR
Finest all-wool Vests,  ladies' sizes   only, fine,
natural wools and white wools, silk trimmed.
$1.00   Each
Overcoats for Boys
Our stock is large and complete in every point. The new
short Reefer and the long Ulster are both here as well as
the little Russian Coats for the small boy.
SMALL BOYS RUSSIAN ULSTERS with close
fitting collar in dark neat tweeds and fancy
trimmings   Sizes 22 to 25.  -	
Prices, $2.75 and $3.50
BOYS' BROWN TWEED ULSTER with wide
convertible collar Sizes 26 to 29	
Price, $4.50 Each
BOYS' TWEED ULSTER in greys and bronze
stripes large convertible collar Sizes 27 to 30
Each, $6.50
BOYS' TWEED ULSTERS Full length newest out, convertible collar, Sizes 30 to 33
Each, S7.50
BOYS' TWEED ULSTER Extra long fine gray
and brown tweed the best value we have ever
offered
Each,  $10.00
SMALL BOYS' REEFERS in gray and brown
frieze,  wear like iron,
Each, $3.00
Ladies' Felt Slippers
We have always been leaders in this line and this year we are
prepared to compete with any line anywhere. We invite your inspection of these lines and a comparison of prices.
CHILDREN'S STRAP FELT SL1PPFRS
in heavy felt, with leather finished soles	
Prices, 35c. to 60c.
MISSES FELT SLIPPERS, in Juliettes
and bedroom lasts. They come in a variety
of shades	
Prices, 75c. to $1.25
WOMENS'BOUDOIR SLIPPERS in soft
soles, all shades	
Prices, $1.00 and $1.25 Per Pair
WOMENS' LOW SLIPPER without heel.
Heavy fell soles with leather finish	
Prices. 75c. to $1.50 Per Pair
WOMEN'S' JUL1ETTKS, either in fur or
ribbon trim. All the new shades. They
come in velvet or felt; either high or low
heel	
Prices. $1,25 and $1.75 Per Pair
MEN'S   FELT   SLIPPERS,  in high and
low cut.    Light or dark shade	
Prices. $1.25 to $1.00
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice-linesof Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to 50c., also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Oarpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are 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 make your selections while the stock is all here. Oome and
see them anyway.
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[] IVBMBER 9, 1912
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this i i .' tub ol
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made i      [ell mil  Myra, in   a
greal   con ei ilch     will make
you laugh troi ; ' '»: a. Madame Res, a '  comedj,
's   -tf.. '  i' e   Camp ■
agllsh i Ipcclal si
lieen I -for  lh  m acts
i   I tha  pn
si ore  lor nexl it 1 he  li i ress.
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to go        a the        . and take oil I
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■   thuui  to  Quebec,  and  Bhe
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l.lij   Mrs. Parker, a ci    li
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Miss     Davis     will address o largo
1 nber 12th,
to be mi' ni m.I 1 iter, an I     evoryi n
m ' I take tbe o hcar-
n-r a    fluent Bpeaker and one t hot- -
ly conversant  w I b   tho subject,
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Wi have ji  t unp       d a   ci mplete line of Sporting
Fii herman,  don't forget to
inspei t i",."- Btocl . i "   .   ■■  le,   When you see it
juu will say. ' I3ES1   IN TOWN."
i Co., Ltd.
I im'.: of tho Best Hardware
.V Ran     i and i a Paints
OUSE
hursday, November 21st, Ml
" The Red Rose"
OPERA HOUSE
Coats a,t Macdonald's trus Ctore
A
ou av        ed        t       ■ ,'.   I ■ --n tt opportu
for profitable in vi itment in Revelstoke  Real  Estate at  the pi
time.    Last week we sold over $7,000.00 worth of local realty and are
enquiries for "good buys" almost daily.   Many  are realizing
i (several from outside points) thai the uxeat advantages corn-
next yi in in        - i in i s antl are investing
in on    e ground limn' while |               ow.
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•liW 1 [ONALLY GOOD SNAPS
KERLAND
Fool Kit- Show
e        75 Foi          ntage on Mhckenzie lA't"-'.
C.   ie  in, only           $ 3,600 00
.  .- on ■ oi   th Street  2,200 00
1x100,     rth Street  2,550 00
on- 4 lots Third Street  3,200 00
H    -,.   ,     on O    iir.   A snap  2,100 00
i   i  ion   •                             A     i«i buy at each  375 00
6 Lots, 5o x Ioi          nt   Street, each..               025 00
Us for Terms .Mid Particular;.
Ll TINGj OF VACANT  PROPERTY WANTED
j. B. W&ison Really Company
Local Agency, American Casualty C.>.
FOLEY) Manager,  M.«,Gi£e.azie Avenue

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