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perfection in  results  it is
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interior Publishing Co., Agts.,
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"Revelstoke the Capital of Canada*s Alps"
The Mail-Herald
Visiting
A SPECIA
Interior Publishing
PRINTERS  ANU I'llll
Vol. 18-No. 65
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUoT 31, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
"Pittsburgh    Pereect"    Fencing
OlllilliMiBiijiiilfl lliii iliilrll-lllil
OPEN   HtAHTH   Wim-WILMD   BY   tltCTHICITY
ELECTRIC FIXTURES
FLYING SQUADRON'S
TOUR OF TRIUMPH
VISITED ALL ARROW LAKE POINTS.-WONDERFUL DEVELOPMENT SINCE THEIR VISIT OF LAST YEAR.-LAKE-
SIDERS ALL COME TO REVELSTOKE FAIR, OCTOBER
8th. 9th AND 10th.
We are showing; the best lines of Chandeliers  ever
shown   in    B.   C.    for    the    money.    NEW   MODELS
POWDER BLOWS UP
His Injuries Are Serious - Was
Brought to Revelstoke Hospital Tor Treatment
Oharlee Strager, a German rancher,
about -to years of hk<>, residing    between Malakwa mnl Oralgellaettle, re-
most severe injuries    trom n
ARTISTIC DESIGNS.
CANOPIES WITH BEAD FRINGE 	
 in White, Amber and Green
ENGLISH WALT, BRACKETS  	
  with Art Glass Beaded Shades
PORTABLE LAMPS	
Desk and Adjustable Hanging Lamps, Hall Lamps
with Art Shades, Electric Pocket Flash Lamps.
Large Selection of Portable shades.
TUNGSTEN LAMPS 25 c. p. to 250 c. p.
CARBON LAMPS 5 c. p. to 32 c. p.
  HVLO LAMPS	
ELECTRIC IKONS TOASTERS STOVES
COFFEE PERCOLATOR* AND URNS
ELECTRIC FANS
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
(> OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC OO-O ^
S imperial Bank of Canada
0 Mood Office   Toronto, Ontario.
¥ Capital Subscribed
g Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,425,00o.00
6,425,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Brandies or AR«nts at all principal piiiiila injOanada.
.■U-mii;- in Oreat Britain and Unit,-.! Hi itm -London, England,
TJoyde Bank, Limited. Chicago- Firm NaUonal Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seat Ily-8e.it tie National Bank, San Kran-
cIpco— WellK Kargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposit* of $1 aud upward, received, and intereBt allowed at
current rate from date of deponit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—*. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
6- 00-0000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
THE ft
CLASSIC
MSHOE
A Shipment of this Celebrated Brand of
Footwear just to hand. All this Season's
Shapes.    A full range of sizes.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL. BLEND TEA"
will red mil you with its lirinht, «picv
flavor nml (ngrMUty. Mil in 1 ll>.
lead ptclugM,
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P.f.0   Bo*  208
QROOER & BAKER Phone No. 23
PIANOS PLAVER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small ^Musical Goods
iiiK, where a pleasant hour was stunt dynamite blast lust Sunday. Tha im
Tlie FlylBg  Squadron  ut ltevelstuke     Thursday evening  wns spent  .11 di'lV
.H'.slnessmen returned trom their vis.t   ine round the Nukusp orchards,   umi
round lakeside point-, at 1:30    p.  111.   the  boat lett at dawn,  reaching Gai-
1 11  Kri.lay.   Ttie  party  consisted     ol   enn  Uny at 7 a.m.  on Friday rio'ti -  eeived
.\.   McRae,   R.   Howson,  (_'.  R,  Mac
iloiiald, 11. MeKinnon, Vi. M. Law-' discussing prospects wiih thc various' fortunate man according to reports
rence, .1. Abrahamson, A. Stone, 0.'ranchers who met the boat at the was blasting stumps when be was
Unit, n, Mr. Dickson, 11. Dews, R. landing. Arrowhead was reached the struck by tbe blast whieh tore away
Gordon, Mr. I'roiiyn of the Molsons same morning, when, after remaining one of bis bands and part of the
Hank. 'a short time, the party  proceeded ou  other hund also,    terribly     mangling
Krom ibe time of sailing at 7 a.m. to Halls Landing; here a stay ot two his fa««. A neighbor named John
on tlie morning of the 28th, tu the ''ours was ordered, au inmCi,uate Mackano, also received injuries to one
time of returning to Itevelstoke, the I'm'' in which to obtain iny apprecl- of his arms by the same blast,
trip was a triumphant success. ation  of the wonderful fruit giow.ng
Edgewood  wus reached  on  ibe  first  possibilities of  the  soil, sail   the  an-
duy  out  at  '.I  a.m.  and   ibe  hospital  ount of     work    lieing done  in
residents of  the  Orchard Oity  turned  extensive diBtrict, within only twenty ,
out en  masse,  and the visitors    were ! miles  of
Htrairer who was the most severely
injured,   was  brought  to  tbe    Revel -
this  stoke hospital late Sunday night last
j where  he  was treated.   His cuse      is
Uevelstoke.  Leaving  Halls  regarded  as  11 very severe  one,      but
driven  around  the  country,  enabling I Landing, the  tinal portion
them to note the vast improvements'trip was safely negotiated,
made  since   tbe   trip  of  a     year  ugo.
At 7 p.m. they  were tendered a  banquet by the citizens of Bdgewood and
district.   Mr.   Forde  acted   as  chair -
of
nnd
the  there  is  hopes  of  his  recovery,      ul-
the though he is so badly mutilated.    It
city  wharf reached at 4:30 p.m. seems thai Struger has been regarded
Although the weather was showery,  as a very  industrotis (ellow and    has
the Flying Squadron     made a fairly I considerable  clearing  and  other    im-
thorougli   trip  of  inspection   ot     the, provei.icnts done  to  his ranch.      His
man, nnd the guests were surprised to ! various funning and fruit growing j wife wns expected out very shortly
lind at Edgewood entering und Bor - communities lying within reach of the 'tout the old country and this Bad
vice fully equalling anything ever j different landing points, and which accident happening just now, to this
put up in the city here. The ban - was the main objective of their Jour- j unfortunate man, tmikes her home
queting an 1 speeches were continued ney. The whole party were greatly coming anything but what it should
until a late, or rather an early hour; impressed with all they had seen, the !«•
the boat Hid up for the whole night friendly spirit in which Itevelstoke is
there, and  left in the early dawn for  regarded by the Lakesiders, and    the
Needles,     arriving     there at 8 a.m.
More thuu an  hour     was spent here,
wonderful developments which ore tak
ing  pluce ulong the luke shore.    Tho
Pollock-Stanley
A very quiet wedding took  place ut
•enjoying the beauties of Mr. Faquior's ; tr'I>  was greatly enjoyed  by  all, audi the  Methodist  church  parsonage,
ranch, and the party did not reach
Burton City, the next calling point
until 11:30 a.m. A similar round of
visits were made and the pleasant
groves of Uurton City were left lie-
hlnd nt lp.m., proceeding to Arrow
Turk and Sunnysklc, where short
stops were made. Thence proceeding
to Nukusp, reached 4 p.m., where an
all night halt was called.
The development     which hud taken
Big Tennis Tournament
was u great success in every  respect, j Ripley on Wednesday afternoon.  Aug.
 i21st.  when  Hev.  tl.W.  Hivers,  11.   A.,
united Mr. John Pollock, public
school inspector of Dritish Columbia,
nnd Miss Alice Stanley, eldest daughter of Mr. Henry Stanley, of Ripley,
In the holy bonds of wedlock. Mr.
uud Mrs. T'ollock left on the 1:45 train
for Toronto,      Uiiftnlo and    Niagara,
On the 5th and Cth of     September,
there will be played at Revelstoke,   a
big  tennis tournament.   Gol len     has
sent   word  tbat  half  a dozen   players
from that mountain town will bc i.ere where  they  will spend  a   honeymoon.
to play, also Rosslnnd will contribute On their departure a large number of
place at theso points,  particularly at  two  players to thc tournament,  Nei- friends gathered at thc station,     ex-
Hurton City and  Nakusp,  was an eye  son nnd Kamloops have also signified tending  congratulations to thc happy
opener to the travellers, even in   one  their  intention ot sending sonic play- couple,   and    showered    upon      them
short  year,   the   wilderness  of  twelve  ers.    So tbat from     present appear' "many demonstrations" ot their beit
months ago had been made to bloom  uncos thc tournament will  bc attjod- wishes for a lone and pleasant voyage
with fruit and roses, and the cleared  ed  by  a good number of  tennis fans, ovor thc matrimonial sen.—Ex.
ranches of past  years,  were  now ud-j    All   players wishing to enter     tbis It     will  be remembered that     Mr.
orned with solid  permanent   buildings  tournament  should  have  their  names I'ollock was principal of the     Revel-
and  other improvements denoting    a  handed  in to the local secretary, Mr. stoke school  tor some years,  and his
marked degree of activity  and  pros-   J. 1). Sibbald, Jr. on or hefore Tues- many friends here will all unite in cx-
perity.                                                           day  evening  next,  the 3rd of  Sept. tending congratulations.—Ed.
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave
Mining in the Lardeau
Mr. A, M. Craig ut l'rout Las.'.
City, was in Revtut >ke on Thursday
bringing with bim iuu pounds ot
samples ot high grade ore from the
Noble Five group. The samples ure
on exhibition ID .MeKinnon At Sutherland's store on Fust street, aud are
attracting a good deal of attention
from mining men and tbe general pub
lie. The ore is undoubtedly a liue
-ample of the ore bodies on tins famous group, showing a large percent -
age of Bray copper. The "Noble
Five" .-* situated a lew miles from
Trout Lake and Ferguson, in tbe
i,u in uf Brown Creek, and Joins the
(unions Crowmwall group ol claims,
and jll-1 across lbe basin from the
l'i nine an I Chance claims, from which
some .,: the highest grade ores of ihe
Kootenay have been taken and sent
to tbe Trail smelter,   uu the "Noble
Five''  then- Is 21 inches of solid high
grade on, which nas been opened up
for some distance by open cuts and
dulls, besides these a tunnel is being driven to tap the ore i„..iies   ,,t
lm thei   depths.    TWS   tunnel   is       llow
ui sixty leet and it is expected that
the ore bottiea wlll be reached m tins
tunnel al  IM teet from tbe portal.
I iim owners ..I tbe Noble Five are
Misers. A.M. Cralf, A. Ha.ney, und
A. McLean. Aboul three year ago »
carload   ol   ore   was   shipped   to      tbu
Trail sm.'iter trom tbi   property und
llie imaltel   returns showed  u vulue of
1130  per ton.    The present   ore   liodies
w.n show values ol JlJit per ton.
Transportation to tins property is
being le-sened by the governmenl
trulls aud roads now being built In
the Lardeau district by the I'rovincinl government. Tbe pack trail up
llrown Creek w.ll I.e completed thiB
fall or early nejl Spring, when tlle
'Noble Five" ran ship .ts ore by a
first-class pack trail three miles to
tin   wagon  r.ia.l at  Ten Mile, jint   ah
love Ferguson. Development ot nil
tbe properties owned bj tbe miners ol
the Lardeau has been done tlie pust
ten yean In good ibape, and it Is
only a matter of another year until
mining in the Lardeau w.ii be on a
■ "lid      tn  non,.  in  the  Koole
mes. Already untune men on the
coast • ol tbi International
* iiOe, ue M.,k.m- 11 mOVI to
|<t .ti ' li w,i|, ,1,,. cainp befon
the  trig  mi Ding  brim  .tarts.      Some
M have been piirrlua-ed, and
■ •Un s put in.der option mthit. the
puit mouth.
CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
PROPOSAL   TO   NAME   STREETS   AND   NUMBER   HOUSES
SUBMITTED.-GENERAL   BUSINESS   TRANSACTED.
Mayor Sutherland took the chair at
a regular meeting of the city council
on    Fridny evening.   Aldermen    Mc-i
Kinnon, Bourne and McSorlej     were
also present.
,   City clerk Lawson read the mlnutea ol last general and speciul     meet
IngS,  which udoplcd.
a gentleman waited upon the conn
cil with a proposition to take up the
naming ol the streets and numbering
ill  lbe houses in  lbe city  of      Revel -
■toke on    a percentage    basiB.    The
1 ity would have lo plan the numbering!  allotting a number to each  lot.
i    Mayor   Sutherland -We   will   Inform
you  ol  our  decision  later.
Aid.   U.u ■    Vie   must   see   that   all
lions, holders   number   then   houses uu
.i.i any scheme introduced,
1    Mayor Siithciinnd    The I'liblicWoiks
committee must go .nto this matter
and   with   power  lu  ael.
I   Aid.     Bourne   1    don'l  thmk     we
should  let  thiH  man  louse  upon      the
peaceful   public   wit huul   sume   culisid
1 ei ulion.
I   Aid.   MeKinnon.   We are proposing
tu let him loose     ii|  the peaceful
i'ublic  Works  committee,   uud    that
seems  tbe correct   thing to do.
Matter referred to     I'ublic     Works
committee accordingly,
COMMUNICATIONS
1    A   account  fur  damage  done  owing
I to city  wuter not     being shut  oil 111
residence ol N,  10.  Mi Kensle,     was
referred   to   the   Public   Works depart
ment.   a notification wa   received uf
the Sittings ot the Uoyal Coinmlssiun
'on Municipal government, now ium
mc the    province, to hit m   Ravel
stoke uM  Beptembei   n.tii, nt  III a.m.
I    Mayor   Sutherland    A   committee  of
past   ami  present city municipal  ollie
mis  Should  I..- called  lo discuss  var
keep the public believing something is
being done.
Mayor Sutherland—We will disruss
this  mutter mi  Friday  next   111  detail.
Au application for extension of md*
walk on Taylor street  was referred to
ihe i'ublic Works commitl ie,
Au account fur i'22i lor some Slight
services  rendered      by    Surveyor      U.
Smith, was considered.
Aid. MeKinnon Who authorised this
work.
Mayor Sutherland—Then should be
some permanent murks put in whiofa
any surveyor could  wm k to, a .at of
this  work   may  hive  lu  te-  done   1
and ovei n^am.
City Clerk Lawson Mr. Sim.iIioimh
Ihe city nil his alli'ulH ul tales, aud
We   sllullld    SeCUni   these   iilll      1        tbis
money,  bis property  li   in  uie. Tax
Sale.
Aid.  McKIm    ibis work Imh uev
er been authorised by this council uud
I do   not.   see   Unit    we   call   pitba   Mils
for such amounts simply because tnsy
ale   pill    in   llelM.
Muyor   Sutherland     1 undei land
iln     work hus been mil tun wed.
Aid.     M, K1111     Smith   must   have
Ini'ii  hired   by   tbe  I'ui,In   Works coin
mittee umi that, committee should 11.
K.   lbe   bill,  11   bus  never  bean   belore
im     COUnoll  before.
THIRD  STKKKT  B1DKWALK.
Muyor Sutherland -une of om oon
Irnetois   im   111      < Indian   antl     Messrs.
Foote u  Pradolini     will take     this
work  on   Ibe same  basis as the      Sl
ist.ing contract; with option of stoin
Ping   Work   IH   ease   of   had   weather
\ by law lu proceed with the Third
street oemenl sidewalk wns nud ■
nrst, second ami third times and
pasasd.
citv olerk Lawson—lt is nut neces
sary tu publish  this Iiy law,
Aid.   llourne   I  think  this      .    1 ent
sidewalk should have a connection to
ious matters which mighl he brought tbe lol    hue similar to the   wooden
befon this oomtntsali n,
\!; Bourne The* commission! never aid 111 aflytbittg, they nre Just
bid joba Ioi a lew     people   mi    to
sidewalk   we mv  tiiklug  uwny.
Mayoi   SiilhiTlunil-Thut   |H  a small
matter ntid wc had better let lt go.
The meeting adjourned at 10 p.m.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
The Game Season will be here Next
Week. How About Your Firearms and
Ammunition.
A choice lim* of these goods now on show, including goodsof all the
best makes.
SHOT GUNS    Singls and double barrel.
RIFLES   Large and small Game Rifles in all tin- prevailing up-to-date
Calibres.
Sl ting Coats, Cartridge Pelts. Gun Covert etc.
TIME TO BUY HEATERS    We are   igenti   foi   McClary's famous
Stoves and   Ranges,    See   mil    line   ul   up-to date   heating
stuves nuw on show.
GROCERIES   Choice Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables,   Fresh   Roasted
Coffees, Tetley's Teas, Hay, Flour, Poultry supplies.
AGENTS FOR Sherwin-Williams' Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Canadian
oil Co., 1 .t.1., Gasoline and Oil.
PLUMBING       HEATING        TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
ts.
First St., Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
M
EARLY APPLES
Yellow Transparents, good eating or cooking apples
per box only  $1.35
Full stock of Fruit Jars, including Schran, Economy
and Crown, at low prices.
Large Ears Sweet Corn, per doz 35c
John McIntyre «* son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
SWIFT'S SPECIALTIES
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Premium Sliced Bacon in Glass Jars
Derby Lunch Tongue in Glass Jars
Derby Ox Tongue in Glass Jars
Derby Peanut Butter in Glass Jars
FOR SALE BY
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
0000000000-0 oooooooooooooo-
g BIG REDUCTIONS
IN BOYS' CLOTHING
Fancy Suits fur tli
• School Buy
from 1 to 16 years.
Reg. Frice $5.00.
Now $2.90
$6.00.
"    $3.90
$7.00.
"    $4.75
$7.50.
"    $4.90
$8.00.
"    $5.40
$9.00.
"    $5.40
See our window showing—'25
pair of Hoys' Shoes at $1.66.
I McRae Mercantile Co.
00<K>OK><)-000^0<>-0<>0<H>0<>0<H><><>-0-(
^LL THE   TI^HE j
ELGIN   MIX; IN   KI .(il.N i
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
J\ GrTJIT BAEBEE
c. p. r. watch inspector; Saturday, augcst list, .in
TTrTJSl MLA.TTL,-T-T^ttJ±.TiX)n  RE3V£Jl_iSTO]K:i±l
SATURDAY, aCCJUST 31st,
1012
e
'■%
Splendid. Up-to-Date Residence for Sale
THIRD  STREET
4,000
v . .. $1,300.    Balance on First Mortgage
ihe Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
v
Iminal xl  nnil  which  will  havo    their
representation  increased.     in    rocont
' yearH 1 onRlderalile party feeling     has
facterlzeil tl m of 1 eilii
tion   Mil*,  .nui   ii   tr-  likely      in
1 imtcntloiis rneas-
III M.
1!: i-odi triliution lull will give tlio
west '_':.' iimw inetiiliers, ivlvicli will be
. 1 aken .'il 1 mtiii■ ■ an.l tiie marl I Ime
provinces,
.4
:
iiDail*1beralfc
■..:   ■;'.. ,   it
AMI
to make 111
e 1 ra 1111 i t j .
;    Tho  inr,-,-
;..t \   1.;   tho
tbeir ininils
ol h.'i wi m.
iiionths prior
council  teuuri
,ts   ,1m   I
.-    ,    ' KE. B.  O
Sntcticc 3>nin.?btnQ Compaiifi,
Limited
j    K   JOHN! ON    Manager.
R.Vl T   N
tc   till'     ,-v
are     the
verj   worst   time in the     whole yr.tr,
in which to commence new      work nl
any description, and  iho council thom
i a i.l   a itb   i Iim  exei 1 Ion*     of
t In-  preceeding  tune  months,  aro  nol
in a position tn g-lve these la-i  minute  proposal .     thai      consideration
Vi ini'ii 1 ii M  import unco w i.ui.i certaln-
Ij   .vnrrant,
Tho   biislne islikc   procedure,    would
111   tu be,  that tlio retiring council,  hefore leai Ing ollice, should  leave
■   minutes,  an  expression     ol
an . to theii   opinion,  ua to  th,'  woi ks  whieh
iM-, relieve .,1 ,■ most urgently rcinur-
0.1, « .tli all 1 in- date regui diiig sume
which they lm ,■ been iblo i- see .re.
Thc iucoming eouncil, should liumcd
lately upon takiug ollice, proceed to
discus - and examine into 1 base pro
posals ns till as th' j Imi i cell car-
1 led lij 1 boil predecessors, au.l in
tin- '.in) portion ,il tbt- new term tbu
.11 y   I.y laws   should   lu-   submit -
ted.   This enal 1. s tho work 1 ■ 1 "in
iiimiiiV'I in the Spring 1 ime, when con
endeavoi    to  ,,,,,,,„s .,,,.  m,,sl  suitable,  ami along
:--'>-  ■"' •  "'■'"   these  lines a dellnlte program ol new
so fa ■' •■'■".■.., ks  .ur  tha  whole year could     lie
1.1. 1 'l.umi.  ami adhered 1,., u,c     Bt-
• ;:-';'  walked .11,  tentlon ..:  the council could in- focus
   ""' Bed  upon  ilus liiin.n,   program,    and
mosl other matters eould in- lelt over
until another yenr. ur until eity nn
ances will allow ul theBe less urgent
wuiks in,hm proceedod with.
'I'll,' Bystem ui Introducing bj law .
"i commencing new wm ks or expend
itures in tlie tlnal days ol ..   council
session,  is a poor  1  ml     one
which .-lii.nl.I bo avoided,   Thc present
ni   a moderate    conservative
SUNSHINE
FURNACE
iii a ran t eed
McClary's  to
fuel—to  tut   Ollt
dust, fuss and hot her
and   to  heat   your house
evenly and comfortably
in the coldest weather,   We
[guarantee  the   "Sunshine'
Furnace to save enough to
pay   for   itself   quicker
ha n  any  other
furnace you can
u y.
311
NOTICK
Rovelstoko 1.ami District,
u   trict ot West Kootenaj
Take notice ihat MmimIi.iI! Dorrah,
nt Revelstoko, ll.1'.. occupation, Lugger, inteuds to applj im' perinlssiou
io pun base tin- follow lug di sei llu .1
lauds:
Commencing at. a posl plauted uu
Him blast bank ui the Columbia river
ah.nil uum ami a hall miles below
Rocky i'uinl anil about twu miles
above Peterson's ranch, thonce -lo
chains north, thonco 1.1 chains west,
thence -ID chains moro ur less south
lu lla- Columbia river, thenee following Llie bank of Columbia river     to
'
■   - I
'
, in      ii. .I'isiuk.
. lame . .u. ■ hi
daily
, :.  .. ., . alked
.... .  .. '
in 11-
pl      I  den sue
in  ; ..ai  iui
waaderiug
III
Hilarys
poini, ot     commence nt.
containing
lt;ii acres, more or less.
Dated  August .Mb,  1912.
M VRBHALL DJSRRAH,
Applicaut.
Andrew  Kitson,
\erut.
1st  Issue  Aug,  Hist.
NOTIOB.
Revelstoko  I.ami   Hist net.
District of West  Kootenay.
Take notice that, John 11. Weat, uf
Revolstoke, B.C., occupation, Baddler
Intends to apply fur permission to
purchase iln- following descrllied
lands:
Commencing at a pust planted un
the Wesl bank ut Him Columbia river
about in chains below Seymour Creek
thence west lu chains, thence north
10 cbains, thence easl, 40 chains more
ut- less to tbe Columbia river, tbence
following the bank of tho Columbia
river soiit.li to point uf commencement
.iml containing 160 ncres, more or
less,
Dated  Aligns!   8th,  1912.
JOHN   It.  WEST,  Appl
Andrew  Kitson,
ist  Issue  Aug. 31st.
cant.
Agent
Sold by Bourne Bros.
1 it j ,     ii'     Ited hia    eye-
. ■..  lutoi med that
1,       .mi
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, tbotl In     which
,.. in- .a Rev
. ..un.1  until
who
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■  ai la ;.i. council,
"'   i"  **>»' policy, have done     very  good    wurk
,-anoun peo- thej may  m.t hav,' achieved any brll
|Uirei <j- liaol     successes,    but  ihey    have nut
m.i'l,- anv  serious mistakes;     1;    the
...: nus ratepayi rs would refrain  rrom  insist
yt-u.ru p.ioi. -   "i""1 theii   breaking out  into     .,
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content   to allow   the     in
to t.u 1.;.' un -,  ■.
' : .   1 .. ,   -i ■     ; ■ would
.11 oui opinion, be n line witl
poliey we have outl ni il, an I 1
Ive to tho  In  I  interests ol  th
NOTICE
Revelstoko Land  Disti. t.
r»i8trlcl  ol Wesl   Kootenay.
'I ake notice    that     William   11 ni y
Vi Acs.    . .1    I '., Vol ll   >kc,    B.C.,    ulYlipa -
tion, Prospector, Intends to apply
tor permission to purchase the follow
Ing tl iei In il lands:
Commencing at a pust   planted   on
the West   hank of the Columbia river
nhoiit 40 chains below Seymour Creek
thence   west   10  chains,   thenee  smith
in chains,  thencc oast 40 chains more
or   less   to   Columbia   river,     thence
[ollowing  the Columbia river     north
to     ii  I    if commencement, and cun
taining  ll 0 acres, n :ri   or less.
Dated    iiigust   bin,   1912.
WILLIAM     IENRV   Ml COX,
Applicant.
Aiiilr-w Kitson,  Agent.
\ug. illst
EXTENSION  Ol'' TIME.
Notice is hereby given that the
time tor the reception of tenders foi
the construction of Ihe Victoria Har
bonr, ll. ('., Breakwater, is extended
to Wednesday. September is, 1912.
By  Order,
11. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa,  August 2:i,   1912.
NOTICE
The Annual  .Meeting of the    Revel -
Btoke   Hospital   Society,   stands    ad-
journed till  September 23rd next.
Vi.   D.   ARMSTRONG,
Serretary.
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fur which   ..   i i       :.' he necessary.
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t.- lose  I   ':     '      ulh' ■     ,
drawii '   .iml wi.-ij thi    n
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tures                -  ..ti ■ and then hash.-" ts   dated,    nml thn    drafl
, ti    uecrnd in. ..bui «. after Introduction, will    be
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Hriuihii iiiuiiun Bill
Ottawa,      aug    ■'•    I'    : )'■""
bolievod thin ,tr pai' amentarj
trlbutlon  nil  will I"' brought   tl
romparativi Ij early next mi Ion,   VII
,,i the    statistical   Information    ■
which tin1 enactmi ut     will    In  ha m.i
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Better Dinners
" Is dinner ready, Mary?"
" Yes,   Madam    it  is   ready,   and,   I   think,   a   great
success."
"Your cooking is improving."
"Wel! nerhaps it il, and I hope so, hut really, Mrs.
Housewife, I think our new Gurney-Oxford is partly
tasponsihle for the success I have had lately. I was
never abie to cook roasts and fowl so well on our old
itove, and as for bread and biscuits, I used lo tremble
when 1 went to take them from the OVI n they were
so often rogsty and heavy. Now they are always
light and beautifully brown, nnd, if 1 do say it myself,
something to I.e prou'
"That's true, Mary, my husband has said almost the
same thing. I'm awfully glad you approve of my
choice of a Gurney-Oxford. He approves because of
saving in coal since we got it, also because of the
better meals he is getting."
" Indeed he's right,  Madam    and
attention."
it requires so little
" That'* fine, Mary.    Will you serve dinner in a few
minutes please."
Revelstoke Hardwire Co.
-•.YiHiPSIS   OF  COAL  MIKING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ot the Dominion
iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan aud ai
bertu, the Yukon Territory, ihe
North-west Territories and In a poi
tion ol the t'roviuce of Dritish Columbia, may be leased lor a term ol
twenty-one years at au annual rental of il all acre. Not more than
■1,51,11 acres will bu leased lo onu ap
plicant,
Application for lease must bo tnade
by tbe applicaut in persou to the
AyeiiL or Sub-Agent ot tbe district
iu Which the rights applied tui art-
uituuteil.
lu surveyed territory the land must
bo described by sections, or legal
sub divisions of sections, aud In nu
surveyed territory the tract applied
lur ab.ill lie slaked out by lbe up
plicant   bimsell.
iCacb applicant intiBt bo accompanied by u lee ol »5 wliu-li will he re-
lumii-d it t'.ie rights applied tor annul available, but not otherwise, a
royalty Hlintl be paid ou the mer
i-bauiiiiile output ui tbe mine at the
'ate  ill   llle rem.a-  pel   lull.
I'ln; peiBou operating the uiine shall
111 III lr It    Llie   AgeUt   WlLII   HWUI II   ITlllllia
icoountlng fur the lull quantity ot
merchantable coal mined ami pay Lbe
royalty thereon, 11 tho coal miuiug
rights ure uot beiug operated, such
returns Simula be turnisbeil at least
once a year.
The lease will include the coal mia-
uig rights only, but the lessee may
be permuted to purchase whatever
available surlaco rights may he considered necessary lor tho working ot
tbe mine at the rate ol SlO.Ot) un
acre.
i-'or full information application
should be made to the Becretary ol
the Department ol tlie Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
ut   Dominion   Lauds.
W. ». OORY,
Deputy Minister ot lhe Interior.
N.JJ.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will uot be paid
tor.
WATKH  NDTH'K.
Notice is hereby given that William
lilair Robertson, of Rovelstoke, B.C.
will apply for a license tu take i.a.l
use i Ifi | Uf teen Miners inches of water
out of Cariboo Creen. which Bows in
a southerly direction through T. B.
:S!I373 and T. B, 4302e, und em;.tii'S
into Downie Creek, aboul two miles
trom its mouth, Columbia Uiver. Ihj
water will be diverted at a poiut It
miles north of Downie Creek, and
will he used for domestic purposes
on the land descrilied us Lot 10499,
Kevelstoke  Land  Distrirt.
This uotice was posted on tbe
ground on the 4th day of June, 11112.
Tbe application will be tiled in the
offlco of the Water Ueeorder at Kevelstoke, B. C.
Objections     may    be  Bled  with thc
said    Water    Recorder   or  with    the
Comptroller  of  Water Rights,      l'ar
liament Buildings,  Victoria,   B.C.
WILLIAM  B.   ROBERTSON.
I'er   Andrew   Kitson,   Aeent.
WATKR   NOTIOB.
b'or a License to lake and use Water
Notice is hereby gueu that James
A. Shields, ol Hevelstoke, B.C., will
apply for a license to take and use
Fifteen 116) Miners Inches ol water
out of Caribou Creek, which Uow„ in
a southerly direction through Tim -
ber Limits .i'J37J and t2t)2t,, and emp
ties    into      Downie  Creek ubout two
miles (rom the Columbia river.     'ihu
water    will    i,o diverted at a poiut
... mul a ball miles north ot
Uow am Creek trail and will ue used
poses  "ii   the      laud
I  as  i mi;..,i-ale ol     ptuchase
■ ■'■. Land lust mt.
"       DO let      wus     posted   oil   tlm
gro .a i on  tbo  1th day •>! June, lain
Tiie application  will  be tiled  iu    the
tbt   a .ii.-1   Unorder,   Itevel -
■toke,   I Ibji .'ious amy   In   liled
a ii      -■   n Recordsi or with
. trolll '     ut      Water     Rights,
 i sgi,   ■ i toria, B.C.
JAJaUCH  A.  BH1MLDB, Applicant
By Itson,  Agent
n ni'.
i..... ainl i I.. Wat*
hi n-hy    j-1 v.-i.   Ibal.     the
ii   I tail '-av  ' ompany
■  a •   to take    ami
I .1 ii
irhlch fl a a
■ i .mi  and  ' mpi li     Into
H        neat   Twin   Uutto.
ie taken at 1 ■■■ In
" d  lol   ' illwaj
i     i in- land
pit. ilompsny's right
ivas   posted on  tbt
b day of     iugust,
on   ■   '  '•   Bled .a
,   W it' i   Ret order    at
toke, it.i'.
.    ■   fill I with
Vi it   i     Km, ,.   |i ,    ,,i     w.l.b    lb.-    Cunip -
if A i'm!  nights,     Parliament
Ictoi mi, B.C
■  i ..Itii   Railway  Company,
applicant.
lv   Vi.   Iliiti'liiall,   l.iii'nl   Right   Ol
Way agent, \ ancouver, B. 0,
Kirst  issue August Hist.
FULL  LINE OF  GENT'S   SHOES
'Phc woll known Keen Kut Shoe and the Well-
iiiKton solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also cany a full line of Tan
Slioea.   Call ami see thom before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot und Shoe Ropalrers,
Saddlers
Harnoss Makers
Western IRcsibential Schools
I- i-lii.illy Christian    Non-Denominational)
BRAEMAR
A  high-class   resiileuliiil   ami day
school Ioi gnls ol all .mi-..
Sliuiighiii-ssy   Heights,   Vaucouver,
Large grounds, iniignillceiit build
ing--, with every modern appliance
lm lie-tilth .uul comfort.
Siull   unequalled; every  teacher a
specialist in liei own department.
LANGARA
A residential Stiluv School for Imys
1'illi-cn acres, adjoining Sluinghncssy
Heights, Vuiiiouve
inn'iliugs embodying the latest
ideas lu school structures to acconv
nu ibiic 3WI hm i,
p.iltic.iiionai standard ol thei iglusi.
t-'ull provision lor athletics.
Doth ■ ' !...<a-   open thiH Autumn.    For- tmrticulnrt. .idilrcss
IIK. 1.. II. Mi I.AUl'.N,    HTAM.ltY   1,11 111. - VAXI ill VKH,    II   I'.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIH EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LI..D., n.C.I... President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIIJI1
lieneral Manager Assiitiuit Genernl Miinngrr
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issui-il by Tlie Cunadian Bank of Commerce enuble the traveller to
■"■i-i iil<! himself with funds without delay at each point ol his journey in
a .. ,i,,\ cnient yet inexpensive manner. They are issued payable in every
country iu the world in denominations of
$10,   $20,   $:.o,   $100,   $200
with the exncl equivalent in the moneys ol' the principal countries stated
on tlio lace of each cheque.    They ure economical, absolutely sale- self-
identifying and easily negotiated, g,
REVELSTCHF    BR Ar"C.H--F   Nl   GIBSON    MGR
Nakisi' Rkincii, II   i,. kuiiiwki.i., Manager.
WOOD for SALE
4CO Cords of Firsl-Class Hemlock and Cedar for'
summer or winter delivery, lb or 18-inch and 4-ft.
Order by Telephone No. t>2.
Tonka Farm    -    W. G. CALDER
KAMLOUPS CENTENARY CELEBRATION
Three Days ol l-un uiul frolic
Iuesddy, Wednesday, Ihursday, Sept. 17*IS-19
Baseball I ournuiuetit, t'ootliull Tournament, UacroMseTournanu nl,
l.nun I'euniM  Iuui nauicnl,    I'olo Tuui uauii-nl.    Motor Hunt Knees,
lu I.l ^l" us Kifle bliootiug Aquatic Sports.
r.rauii llislia icnl  l'aKciiul illustialiiiK lhe piuiiress of livenls sii ce
llie liaiiulniK nl llie lusi wlnte M-lllcini-ul ill 1812
Trades' 1'roce.snion,
Decorated Slotor Car I   i uli,
Two Dig Displays ol I Ireworks, Arrdiiyed by Hilt Bros., ol St-dlllc
rhe M'm.i  I.l.J'  i.iii- in tlie Iiiiiii,,i .
t.K.Wll i (I.Nl'I'.T'l'l I'AKNIVAI, I-N MASCjUK
on llu- closing c-viniiiK.
Come anil help Kamloopa relelirate.   Siuule I'are Irom all points
on V. 1*. It.    im Programme anil  lurthei  information  iiduress:
Hon. Secretary ('I'lebraiiun Committee, Kamloops, B. G.
J
Baggage & Express
Freight Hauling
Revelstoke Transfer Co.
Wc Make a Specialty of
TRUNK   HAULING
I )ay Phone—No. 41
Night Phone—229
I
JUST   OPENED
J UIL REVtLSlOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSl £
J!'        A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House        ff
Eating
Only  White   Cooks   Employed
jfc Have had 15 years experience as a caterer _\
¥ Kniiil.ii $5.25 Mr,il Ticket for tlve Dollars. S
S J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,     •    Proprietors 1
td MacKcnxlo Avenuo, Rovelstoko, B, O _m '
BATURDAY, AUGUST list, 1313
[RSI ARROW PARK ITEMS
Wedding hell* havo rung again, Mr.
Chas. Campbell an.l Mis.-; Margaret
Mathews were united in the bonds ol
matrimony by the Hev. Mr, Philll -
more, at tlie school house, Monday
evening, August 20th, at 'J p.m.
The bride was given away by    Mr.
.lames Campbell,   Miss Marjory  Pen
nick acted as bridesmaid,  while    the
groom     was     assisted by Mr.  Alex.
.1 nines.  Miss  Jennie and  Miss ISilyth
Campbell were (lower girls. The bride
looked honiiie in a beautiful  dress ol
ilove grey trimmed with lace and ol«l
rose piping.    The bridesmaid and the
flower girls     were  dressed  In  white.
The school house wua decorated    for
the occasion.   The wedding took place i
uuder an arch covered entirely    witli
(lowers.   (Jno of     the   finest wedding
cakes we have ever tasted, which does I
credit  in the maker, Mrs.  Dean, was1
.in  and  passed round  by  tho brides
ma-ld,  whilst  ilie hest. man  dispensed
the good uM Scotch wedding refreshments.   The   couple     received   mnny
presents, a  beautiful  kitchen cabinet, I
being among them.   An evening of on
tortalnment    was    enjoyed nfter tho
wedding until the wee hours.
Mr. Clay ol Bdgewood, was up on
a visit to It. v.. Jameson. WMlo hero
be purchased sume line chickens from
the Bonnie Brao ranch.
Mr. .lames Gregory ond Mr. Hor-
kius ot West Denials, paid tin' Bon
uie Brao ranch a visit on Sunday,
buying seventy live single combed
Legborns lor lireeling. Mr, Horkins
nlso bought lifty White Wyandottes
from the Pairvlew Poultry ranch.
Mr. Ayers, of Vancouver, is Lu town
clearing and building on lus ten acre
tract. He expects to bring his family in in the spring.
Mr, Ashworth is improving rapidly
niter  his operation.
iir. James Campbell paid Revelstoke a visit Friday.
Mr, Mole has gone to Sheep i'reek
for a   nouth or two.
A bee was held Saturday to clear
the church site. There was a targe
turnout an.l the sue is now ready for
thr builder, Mr. Feasor, who will start
us so,in as the material arrives,
A fruit and vegetable fair is to l>e
helU Labor Da) In the school house.
Prises will be awarded, Mr. Abriel of
Nakusp, lias donated au appropriate
prize. There will be a baby show in
connection with the fair. Mr, Hail
will place the awards iu this nepart-
uieut.
TELE IlVtAIXi-HEri.aA.XiX),   EEVELSTO KIE
Saturday, august 3ist, i 112
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing i&t,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Night  I'll":ii
r. O. Boi 469
Automatic Telegraphy
Toronto, Aug. Jt—The t'atia.liaii Pacific Railway's Telegraph Department
lias installed a new system ot automatic telegraphy between Mont real
ami Toronto which ts likely to revolutionize telegraphy In Canada. If it
proves to be as successful between
these two points as experiments so
'..u would indicate li will soon be ex-
i n.lc.l to all pans ol tue system.
The system, known us the Morkruiu
has heen the SUbjeet of thorough in-
i. [ai i ;>> thi telegraph officials
ami during tlii- past week has beeu
operated daily In Toronto and those
iu charge are delighted with the sue
..      dready attained,
Tin- Morkrum automatic telegraph
ib a printing machine based ou a sel-
ector system. Tin- transmitter operates a keyboard similar to tbut of a
typewriterat one end und at the othei Is a typewrlttei Into whicli a roll
of perforated message blanks Is miio
ii...I m.illy fed. The operatoi in Mon
treal strikes tho keys ol her typewriter, prints me message In Toronto
and there you are.
Tec development oi the automatic
t ilegrapb has been very rapid dur.ii:;
tbe past few years and Is rapidly
changing the telegraph office oi today. Instead ol highly smiled spec -
ially trained men ami women sigual-
liuy the Intricate Morse characters to
■ ne another, L-iris working u type -
writer now hurl messages through
spaco, and Instead ol using experienced operators who require at least
tin et years to become proficient for
heavy work u school girl will sultlce.
lu. .ul ol paying Irom $75 to Wll
per montb for firsl class operators u
».n   ,      montb lyrist is hired,   it is
sai.l   tl.lt on tlle  I'.I'.It.   Molltn.il To:
unto circuit alone tbe labor sivlng
will approximate eight aignly skilled
telegraphers on bonus wires st a salary of f8fi per month, with f. ui- gil'ls
.il   . noiit  $:iU  per   month.
That the telegraphers will soou bt a
thine; ot the past is the prediction u-
i on  heard    among railroad officials.
Tho telephone is taking its place
fo" both railroad ami commercial
work. Kor example the O.P.R,, which
►mcri the telegraph exclusivity for
train dispatching a few years ago, bus
transformed almost Its entire :me to
telephoning, thereby abolishing over
ioimi telegraph poslelons on a s.'ugls
line.
The Pennsylvania Railroad ts onsol
thn 'itcst to supplant ths telegraph
b.v i.ln- telephone and tno need for
nearly 8,000 telegraphers is dons m
ay   with.   Thu suinii may  lie inll'     ol
the liurlington, Ulilnols Central, Kan-
la  Ke mini  ninny  other  large lystemd
ui railroads,
li is true that, this change did not
deprive the telegraph i perutors    ol
Iheir positions, since fiey .vie net 1-
«>ri for telephoning, but tho secret of
*he change ll** In the future. Il takes
|rom one to tinw fears to I'.in tc!"
-a'graphy, anyone cau use I l.u llll
phono.   , _
REVELSTOKE, B. C, AUGUST io, 1912.
Dear Customers:
If you were po.Miively sure in your mind lhat you could get really BETTER HOUSE FURNISHINGS
for vour money than \ou could possibly get by sending out of town, ar.d al the same time enjoy the advantages of
liberal and considerate treatment at all limes, yen would not hesitate a moment about buying here.    Would you?
Wc have been in this business over twenty years, and have learned how to BUY RIGHT and SELL
RIG I IT. Because of our unusual resources for large buying and the saving we make by getting our goods in carloads instead of by local freight, we can AND DO sell goovs for less money than you can buy them from mail
order houses with freight added.
Remember, this is a big stock to choose from, comprising everything for the home from cellar to garret, and
every article we sell i.s such GOOD VALUE that it will either make for us a new customer or draw an old one
closer.
We have only to convince YOU of the truth of these statements to induce you to call. You have only to
see and examine the values we offer to CONVINCE YOURSELF that our goods are worthy of your preference.
May we expect a visit from you SOON ?
YOURS VERY TRULY,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
Sash. Dcors, Mouldings" Turnings
W   arc in lhe rr.i.r.blEciiiiir.i-; Uiir.ebs
Sash,   Dcois, Mouldings,,   Turnings, Show
Lases,   Cffice  and  Bar    Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made lo order and all
kinds oi repair work done in good order.
We have a full line oi building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Hoofing
cMeUd, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Painls, Varnish, all colors ar.d tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE  SASH AND DCOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clean coal at Coursier's.
Nicely colored view curds of thc
mountains at Macdonald's drug store
rhe "SiiKur Bowl" tor tlie best ot
everything, chocolates, sott ilrin'ts,
Ice cream and iruits.
Elver} school child bus to get ft new
geography, we have rules ot them just
opened at Macdonald's drug store.
Ladles, Mr. L. Kravis ai Cressman
it Co.'s. will make your tailored
suits to order.
It is a relic! to the citizens to be
uble   lo  obtain   n. am   a supply   ol   H.
N. Coursier's smokeless coul
Ladies, see Cressman & Co. tor the
Latest in mude to order gurmt-nts.—
Mi.  L.  Kravis ot lloston,  cutter und
litter.
Pour cars of small briquettes uow
111. Positively tbe best coul Ior summer uso, l1m.ui aiid economical. Kevelstoke lieneral Agencies. Ltd.
Kull Bupply oi Bankhead coal now
in. Advance orders being taken. Unlivery guaranteed. Revelatoke lieneral  Agencies,  Limited,
Ladles suns to order, blue, brown,
caslor, tun surge, fancy BUltlngS, in
iu all colors. Whipcord blown , tWu
tone grey, t>io tone blue, tuu uud
ua.y .    1 u-Wb-iiiu.il & Co.
i-or real.}   choice chocolates,  drop
-ll ul lbe .Stigur  Uowl.
1 k-uu, smokeless, furnace lump and
uut eoal at Coursier's.
li.uikii' nd coal in all sizes, broken,
i',     and   stove,   ttevoistoka   lieneral
. ,  1..in.1 .I.
Don't wait for winter, but order
your supply ut lump and nut coal
now at Courslei s.
Everybody's   doing it !     What T —
Dropping in ai ilu- "Sugai Howl"
im the best of ice cream   un.l   soit
drinks.
Ladles tailored suits to order, Mr.
L. Kravis of llo-ton in charge—Crcsu-
1111111 it Os.
A   FEW    SNAPS -7 Roomed IIiiii   ■
Third street, nuft. Lot, $11100.00. a
in.i'li in I louse, Sei mid street, $850.00
Modern House, Connaught avenue ut
$1600.00—Revelstoke lieu, ral Agei
Victor Hornless Machines 6 from
$nn upwards.     Bdison Phonographs,
trom Kl'J.5(1 upwards. --Reveletoke
Music Store, ItoKenite Avenue.
Make oiit your order tor your Will
ter'i    supply nt iuui.   We have   the
i-j 'nis  ou  band  and   will  deliver      nl
yum uuu convenience it you scud in
youi order early. Revelstoke Oeneral
Agencies, Limiti n\
MUSIC   Miss Johnson, pupil of A
Miller. V.it a.m.. London, li prepar
ed to take n ' mit ri nun •■- I m
He inr tuition in music.   Foi  term
apply  at      tbe      resilience  ul  .1.    K
Jobneon, first house weet of cic tint
pltal. First street.
1.ailies fancy coats to order, blue,
chinchilla, gray, Tan. Oxford, brown
p.do cloth, fancy boucle, cratings, at
Cressman -v Co.'s.
Here's tlie road to comfort, a v.iii-
i.-licd thirst, a cool body and a refreshed one, the only way is via a
ciol drink at the Sugar Bowl fountain, McKenzie Avenue.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction  guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumming's Transfer
Kniiiiiii";, Sc,' 1 Street
iin fm «.
"THK STAMPEDE
FRONTIER DAY8
CELE3RATE0N
Calgary, Alta.
Sept. 2-/, 1912
NOTIOB
Revelstoke Land DiBtrict.
llistrii-t of West Kooteuay.
Take notice tbut 1, Elisabeth Han-
nab, ol Rossland, li. 0., occupation,
married woman, intends to apply for
permission   tu  purchase  tbe  following
described lauds
Commencing at a post planted
about 80 Chains north ol the North
IS est Corner of Lot MOi, thence iU
chains south, thencc JO chains east,
thence  ia  chains    north,   thencc     it)
chuius west to point ol    commence -
ment and containing -le acres,   more
or less,
Dated April 2Clb,  191.'.
ELIZABETH, HANNAH,
I'er   John   Vi.   Hannah,   Agent.
1- n Ht issue Aug. 14.
SINGLE FARE
FOR ROUND TRIP
Going I>atcs    A»k- A' to
September 5
Final Return Limit Sept.
oth.
Apply   to   Local   Agent
for Tickets
R. G. -McNellie,
District Paitenger Agent
CALGARY
NOTICK Tu OREDITORS
In the  mutter ol  the  EBtatc  ot  William Herbert Jollille,    deeensed;
Notice is hereby given that uil
creditors and oiheis haviug ciuims
against ibe Eeiuie ol William Her
belt Jollille, late oi Uevelstoke, 11.C.
deceased, mho died at Uevelstoke uu
or about tbe bib day ol Juue, UU,
ore ii.iiiiie.i     io send to the under-
Signed   Solicitors   lor  Charles   Jollille
administrator ol the   Eetuie of suid
deceased, willuu MJ days Irom date
imi particulars ol men claims, duly
verified, and tbat aftei that date the
said Admlnistratoi wni proceed to
distribute the suid .-.mute amongst
those    eiititiwd   thereto regard being
bud only lo those claims ol whieh
suid   A,Iiiiiii.„lint.il   shull   have    limn
i' • ■ -i d notioe,
Hated  July tth,  UU,
Harvey, .dn .ui> i .md pinkham,
bolicitoiu  lol   Charles     Jollille,     An
mlnlstratoi ut the Bstate   ol   ttie
Suid   ill lea e.l. wiilys.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building  Revelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Reveletokt,    B.   O.,     asd
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT  BMITH.
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Milling Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZlE  AVE.,
BOX   106.   REVELBTOKE
Vi.   H.   WALLACE,   H.B.C.S.A.
AllUHlTli'U T.
P. O.  Box 146, Revelstoke, B.C.
NOTICE,
Kor a License to take and Use Wutci
Notice is hereby given thut the
Oanadian Paolflo llaliwa) Company ol
Vancouver und Montreal,  will apply
lor a lleeuse lo lake and use uni' null
ic loot ol Watei   out ul  i'any on Creek
which Bows in a uunii ii>    direction
through lot US, and     empties     into
l.ardo      .tlTOI      nenr   (..ii.ml.      Thu
water will be diverted about 1000 tuct
upstream limn  the      watei   tank     at
Oerrard ami will be used for general
railway purposes on tbe O.P.R, Cu.
r.ght of-way.
Thin uotice was posted un thu
ground on  tin-  Litta iluy  ol July, l'J12
Application    will    be    liled   iu    the
ofOoe. i,i in,- Wiiti   Recorder at itov-
elstoke.   infections muy   be  Bled with
tbc said  Waiei   Recordl r  or   with  tbe
i utnplioller ul Wat it   Itigbls, I'urlia-
ment  Buildings,   Victoria,   H.C.
Cauudluu I'lii.lii:  Railway Co,
Applicant,
Ed, Ireland, Agent,
Nelson, li. C,
KOOTENAY     LODGE.  No.  i6 A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular     meetings aro held ln MAS
ON1C TEMPLE,     Oddlellows'      Hall
ou tbe Third Monday in eaeb montb
at 8 p. m.     Visiting brethren     are
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON.  Secretary.
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
Selling are the liet-t. fall and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of mir Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey) our
Frapln liqueur Brandy, guaiantead
:ni yeais old ui Blaokberry Brandy
lor Medicinal pin poses. Uur stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold Iiy all
the lending hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Purs Wines, liquors, Cigars snd Cigarettes
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
COURT      MT.      BKCBIE,    No.  M61
OF 1. O. K.
Meets in 1. u   1). V. Hall next    to
Tapping's  Opera  Muiihh  every  second
and im,ith Monday m month. Visiting bretbreu corriially  welcomed,
tl. W. BELL, O. li.
WM.   H.  CAMERON,   Rec.-Bec
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I85S
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
906 1911
* 3.i>00,W<> * -l.iHjo.OOO
3.000.000 4,600,000
£'.,077,730 86,042,311
27.467,090 b%8o4,Mil
88,090,192 48,237,284
Hae 83 Branchis in Canada, and Agents nnd Correspondents In all
the Principal Cltlea In the World
A r.i Nl HA. BANKING BUSINSSa  TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intorest allowsd at highest current rate.
Rcvolstoko Branch. W   H   Pi-.aiT, Manager
Capitul
Unserve    -
DepositH
Loans and Investments
Total Assets
io. rt. o. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 131
Meets Becond    and     Koiirtb  Wednes
days    lu  each  uiuulh  iu    (Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Wuodmen ars
cordially Invited to attend
A. J. WOODLAND, Oon, Com
JAMEB  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
HKLKIRK      LODOE   11,   1.  O.  O.  V.
Muota every     ThuiHilay evening    lu
Helklrk   Hall  st H o'clock.      Visiting
luethren  cordinlly invited.
JOHN LYON      N. tl.
JAB.   MATH 110,   Bee.
OOLD RANUK L0DQB,     K. of   P.,
NO. 26, RHVHLSTOKB, B, 0.
Meete evory Wednesday eicept   the
Third  W.dni'Hriay of each  month      In
Oddfellows'  Hnll st I  o'clock.  Vl.lt
lag  Knights are rordlallT  Invited.
I-',   W. TEllllY, C. C.
(I   H. BROOK, K. Of R. a H.
M. of r
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
FruitLands   Lumbermen
FOR SALE
(iniiiiui  Bay landi In pai
lo or '20 aoree ur en bloc,    Correa-
pondeBoa lnvit*d,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught   Avo.
Hnvalni-nke
UNION HOTEL
iRKOWHKAD, B. 0,
Hpeoisl Attention ifl*/rn  to  rumen   and   lourlirin.    FlrSt-cIsS"   tempii
rooniH. Fluent soansrj Ln British G Ma-
hia, overloukiiiK I'pper Arron l.uke.
It will pay you to
muke a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C
liefure.tun-.nK ><mr unt-
fit of working clothes
tm ihr' both. I make a
specialty   ot    Ui^ing
Slmr*.. I'Mitv S<n, Shirts
Blankets «tni everything
ruinitn! m\ uir business,
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of .SinK-
er and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month nt Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
Phone42 -   Night Phone 85 W. J. Lightburne, Prop        MANNING,   Agent. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st,  i912
THE   MAIL-HEEALD,   REVELSTOKI!
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st, liu'J
MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lota In the new townsite of Malakwa are now on the market nt prices
ranging from $75 to $17.'). These lots
ure nil high and dry and the regulation size.
Reasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
Th « new town is just about hull
way between Revelstoke nnd Salmon
Arm, being a tritle over 30 miles
from either place. It is a natural location ior ii town, being surrounded
by n highly rich [arming district.
Lots .ii tb.s townsite can lie purchas
ed on long terms so that a purchser
belore he has really paid tor his lots
will have made a good protit on his
investment.
Business Opportunities
There is a grand opening for hotels
and other branches ot business, Including a barber shop, shoe maker,
drygood6 nnd gents furnishings, and
all other  legitimate  businesses.
%^gv#%^
*~ii:r
'^^S^€^»€^m^3^.
A GARDEN OF EDEN STRAWBERRY FARM AT MALAKWA
»^&^^^e^3^^3^m3im
Buy Early
The flrst ono hundred lots sold will
be at the low prices of $70 to $176.
These lots will Increase one hundred
per cent In a fow months time. If
you fail to secure one blame yourself
when paying higher prices later on.
Industries Already
Started
Already Industries are being located here, Tho Urst keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating at this townsite will be
a large shingle mill, operated by
Spokane parties. This mill will be
operated by water power.
Preparations arc also being mado
to install a water power sufllciont to
operate an electric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For further information, apply to
lieasra. Johnston and Haycock, Malakwa, B. 0,
. . . It Might 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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates Si a day.    Monthly rate.
X.    ALBERT     iSTOIISriHa      PROP
Union   Hotel
IUT.-ST NEWLY RKIVUKED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Week 1 j        ■    nthly rate* I ranged,       M
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A   : Proprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
bo »rgert   Sod Impi  red      r ■■'■•■   »»-   I  »*»-> -eajuv-t.     A.l modern convenience*
r  f-i    a*-   ■   »-.-y r»"l»v-t.
Rat'
$2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
NOTICE
Itevelstoke Land District.
Dlalricc oi  iiesr. Kootenay.
lake notice tbut i, Michael Grady,
ol al. i. mi. ll.U., occupation, Li lei
,.. i ,.ei, luiends lo apply lor pcnuis -
a.on io purchase tbe lollowing ilea
.r.ued  lands.
i oiiiunneiiig   ut a post  plunted    at
Uie   ..tirin    Lest Coiner ol l.oi. ilo'J,
i .i  y,  cbuius,   iiu'ii. e    norm
»
■el  cnolns,      llieuce      east  lu   cuaius,
lueuee  uorth  40 cbuiun,      tnence  wesl
to uuu» oi tiulfwuy Creek, thence tol-
lowiug  nun*, south to point ol    .\mi-
uieueeiiicni,      containing     leu    iiucb,
tnoie or  less.
Dated August iri, 11112.
MICHAEL   UllillY
Laughton a!u Tapping. Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Flan
Open Day and Night. Meal Tickets, $6.(30
MONTHLY BOARD
r^m$$
H. J. McS0M.£Y, Proprietor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
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Dated  June
BURN 8
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itinera
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On (Iree
Take    n itlce thai  ■
,   aa Hi'i-iit  :
Dining and Mlllln mj   ■
t   ■      Minora Ortil 14786, In
ten I,   hi»f y  iluy". ■     '.', to
apply  in the Mining   I lol    n
i.m iflcate •■:  imi'' ■ ',,,. mi   foi    ine
piu poae ol '•'''" ii I nn   i ' i ■
Oi    ' I"'    I '•"    I ' nill
Ami   liiill,ii    .nlu    notice   IiiiiI    Ml
Ion, undei  sei lion ■:..  mutt in- ""in
mencod     before  the leiuance of such
i lei mn uie ..I Improvomontf.
L»uted thia IStb   la)  ni  .Inly,  L91S.
0.   U.   N.   W1LK1K..
...IJ
.
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-
,
'  .wa.
. IU.
Jem.
agent
NOTIOB,
•alone    .m.i District.
a  ul   WeBt  Kooteuuy.
notice   tliut   1   Al.ee   llilliuun,
n.i,   il.e,  occuputiou Married
intends io upply lor peroti
aloe   In   ...ii.iuu-   Hie  lollowiug     dea
audit;
ig  ut u poet plunled    on
Ol   11 '.ut I,une aliout
.uul   KO    clnilna  Uorth
A.i    ii i   ol  Lot
,m'   .1   .ii.uua,      tbence
baint,   tbence   Weat    2n
lea*     "      sore ol Trout
i.im    more   or lien   to
OfDHaOni t-ment ,    uud        COU -
nii'iii:   ibOUt   I"  acres mure or lees.
,,     .1   Mny   1(11,
ALICE   lill,I.MAN,
Pel   ....ne   ll.iliiiun,   Agent.
Baseball Gossip
Some interesting questions urisiug
out ot lbe lust huiit-liull game bave
i'liu naked uud answered by tbe (mis
upou tiie street, Une ot which we will
venture  to discus- Ior your rcudcra.
lu tbut gunie tbe bull did uot actually bit tbc umpire, bul wbut would
buve bappencd if it bud? Well, that
depcuda on tbe spot struck uud bow
be would buvc tuken it, but wbut
auys tbe book.
Kirst, when ia a bull, u block bull:
Answer, a bull butted or thrown that
, toucbed, slopped or bundled by a
person uot engaged  in  tbe game.
.-'■ei-oiid, ia a bull Unit bits tbe umpire  a block   ball?   Evidently   not lor
t,'l) If the person or clolbmg of UU
umpire Interfere witb tbc catcher iu
attempting to throw, or tbe umpire
be struck by a bull tbrowu by the
catcher, or other bolder,   thrown   to
Intercept u buse runner, iu sucb cuse
tbe I'.ise runner sbull return to bia
buae  witb.mi   liability  to  be pul out.
It might uot ue out ot plucu also to
cull players attention to a but* run-
uiug rule. A buae ruuuer ia permitted
to run more than three feet Irom a
direct line, utter pusaiag brat base,
unless ho la doing ao to avoid being
touched by u bull in the hands of a
Balder. If a Uelder ia on tae i.ao attempting lo lield a batted ball, tho
baae runner must run  behind him.
Again, the batamau ia entitled to
hia buae, if tbe catcher interfere witb
him, or prevent him striking at a pit
I'bini  bull, on the other hund, he     ia
i dead bull, uud is not
tbe umpire calls play.
Una to tbe  block  bull
I    '
Ipply
,   pei
rillHKli.n                          . .»       ,
i lomrni nc ng   ii  a pool planl id     ui
,,, . i       .- log     tan
attain   i ai I   ol   h>- Houth Waal  I rn n
cr ol Tin  nut No. .iiai.i, tbence
•■ii t  i"   iuui.    thenoe iouth Ki i balm
ii '       i    i     iiuiiih, thenoe   m,ith
4b   i-Iiuiiim   I"    p| ml    i,l   mi,nun,   ,iml
Dated Mth -i me, 1911.
HWKN  HOYKti.
Orurge Duuchard, Agent.
• /I ICIfl
latoke Land District.
i m i    ,1    Weat   KonUuuy.
Notice .r, hereby given tbut I, a.i
..nl   ri.   IIH,nuiu,   id  lluleyou,    U.   t ■ .
occupation     blpwrlgbt,  lotrad to ap
ply (or permission to purohaaa   in
lollowing   described last.
.iiiiiiiii' hi,:   ai a   poll   r "'inti -I     to
Chains htiiilb   and  IU limine  west troll
aa  if it  were ,
In   piny   until
Veiy diflerent 	
We euii attention to tue vurious lu
etanoei where tbe bull hit* tbe   um
pile.
First, where the umpire ih etanding I
on loiil ground. II u tin own or piieb
ed i.nii .strike tin- person or clothing i
ol uu umpire on foul ground, tbc bull
•hull be considered In play und base
i niuu ih un- entitled io ail tbe baaea'
i Imi  i.ui  tnke, no mention is made ot
llie  ball  having lu lie returned to tlie1
iu'i ini  before ban runner cuu lie put'
out    If   u batted   Imll   touch  the   per-
"'   ibe umpire  while  on or    over I
Iuui  ground,   it   ii, a foul bit, tbe Nume '
na mr, othei (oul bit, and buse run-1
inin must return to their Iiuhcs, but1
without   liability  lo  be put out.
-'.inl, while ibe umpire is ou fulr
. i    mi   ii| if wiuie batsman, a fairj
hit hull strike tbc person or clothing '
"    un    Umpire  ou     (uir  ground,   tbe
•uth iiuHi Corner oi i.ui fo72, batsman Immediately becomes u buae
>ii imp one, Kooteuuy District,     and  runnel und shall be entitled to   brat
marked "A'  H'  Blosdln'i North Kast   base and credited with n fair hit.
"iii'i   Post"   theme eolith  In i limns, ,    The other   ba« runners  Hliull return
thenee west in ehains, thenee u rth to tin- buse in.it held by them within chains, thence east 10 I liulns nora uul liability ol being put .mt.in fuel
or leas to the point of cocnmaSiie no bases shall bt run by them unlcaa
ment, and contaluing hii acres, a.ii forced to do so by the batsman be-
or leee. coining a baae runner.   No rune shall '
tbc i im .. ni, thut, in the caae of u ' out if by stepping outside tbe lines ol
bloek bull, the umpire declures it uud the batsman's position he attempt to
base runners may run buses without obstruct or interfere with play, may
liability to be put out until the bull' awing his but us be likes providing
bus been returned to, uud beld by he stuya in thc butters position,
the pitcher   iu  his      position,    ixcept, Haw   Hull   Fan.
where some person uot in tbe gume
returns possession of the bull, or interferes Willi the h,'lilui)-. lu auch cuse
the umpire ahull cull tune, and require each ruuuer to atop ut the base
lust touched Iiy bim. llut iu cerium
cases where the umpire ia bit by   a
bull, the bull in out ot pluy the same I ""•"'
..,,,, ,  ,^ \.   i' .-.liu
forestry Convention
Victoriu, Aug. i!7tb—Arrangements
: ure now nearly complete for the
I Oanadian Forestry Convention at Victoria, ^September 1, .. und li. The progs will open with u receptiou
j tendered the delegutea by tbu govern
neat lu the parliament buildiuga ou
I Weduesduy      evening,      Hept.   i     Ou
i Thursday nud Friday there will be
| business sessions of the convention,
and ou Thursday eveniug there will
lie a banquet iu thc Eiup.-iss hotel. A
Dumber ot notable men connected with
forest conservation or with lumber -
nig ure coining from EuSteru Cuuudu
uud from the United States, Includ
ing Hon. J. \llin.l, Quebec, 11, O.H.
Campbell, Manitoba; Dr. U.K. Fernow
Toronto; K. T. Allen, Portland; Aubrey White, Deputy Minister uf tbe
Crown lauds for Outario; Hnn, W.A.
Charlton, Toronto; H. H. Campbell,
Dominion Director of Forestry; 0.
Luuvitt, Forester for the Hallway
t'oiiimlssiou, etc.
The lumbermen and citizens ol Hrit-
ish Columbia, are taking hold witli u
will and it la evident the convention
will lie one of the most important
ever held la tbe province.
LOGGING!   CONTRACT.
WANTKD — Heaponailile Contractor
to handle four to six milliona I'inn
Timber. Good opportunity to practical  operator.
THK   NICOLA   VALLEY   PINE)
Dated this itrtb June, 1912.
ADKLAHD  H.   iil.uNUlN.
I>e scored, eicept all thr  basee    were >
i occupied when the hit was made. J Noble
LUMBER CO.
C'uuford,  B.C.
I SATURDAY, AUGUST 3Ut, V"U2
THE  MLJ^TT-i-TTttTUkJuTD,  I^EJ-VEILSTOKIE!
SATURDAY, AUGUST  11 I
I
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. J*ume & Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
We have them the Ladies' New
Fall and Winter Coats. Those
great large warm wooly ones. Full
length. These have all the new-
ideas, large lapels and large ornamental buttons. Plenty to choose
from and no two alike - $15 to $35
Groceries and Crockery Department
Bargains Bargains
For Friday and Saturday
Com Starch    ,t Pkgs. for 25c.
Venus Herring ; tins for 25c.
Maconochie Herrings in Tomato Sauce.
 15c. per tin
Specials in Ketchup
Hoiti/e's 25c. anil 35c bottles.
Blue Label, 35c. bottles.
Burlington, pint bottles,   15c.  per bottle.
Bar Harbor, pint bottles, SJC. per bottle.
Tobasca    25c. bottles.
Mexican Chili —40c. per bottle.
Marmalade
Large shipment of Marmalade just placed
in stock which includes Robertson's
;, 4 and 2 lb. tins. Lemon, Gingerine,
Ginger and Pineapple in 1 lb. jars;
Chiver's in 1 pound jars; Keillor's, 7 and
4 lb. tins and 1 lb. jars; Crosse &
Blackwell's, 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 and 2
lb. Jars.
Teas and Coffees
Coffee Beans 3 'bs. for $ 1 .no
Ceylon  Tea 3 lbs. for $1.00
Sunbeam Tea (Red Label good) 40c.   Ib.
Sunbeam Tea (blue label besl) 50c. per lb.
SHOE BARGAINS FOR MEN
Those Bargain Shoes have been a winner. Never have we had
such success with a Shoe Sale. To-day we are adding to the
bargain lines and you will have eighty pairs to pick from. Not a
line sold regularly under $5.00 and most of them for $5.50
and $6.00.   Ask for  them.
PRICE :   $3.69 PER PAIR
PUT YOURSELF AMONG THOSE WHO FEEL THAT ONE DOLLAR
HAS DONE THE WORK OF $1.75
School Sweaters
We have just received our Fall lines of Sweaters and Sweater Coats for boys. We have
taken care to stock only lines which we ean
highly recommend and on opening feel sure
that our customers' highest expectations will
be fulfilled when they purchase any of these
lines.
HEWSON'S SWEATER COATS-Made from pure
Nova Scotia wool, in all the latest colorings.
Coats that will wear and give the utmost return for the money. Either high or low collars-
PRICE   *2.2.r> and $2.60 Each.
BOYS' FINE JERSEY SWEATER In plain blue only,
button neck.   Small  si/.es, 90c;    barge  sizes,
 $1.25 Kach
BOYS' FINE WOOL SWEATERS in blue, brown and
red, solid colors, button shoulders
PRICKS   $1.25 and $1.75 Kach
BOYS' FINE CASHMERE JERSEYS-Button should-
der with stripe color and front
    PR1CK-S1.50 Kach
Boys' Suit Bargains
We have on the table all our stock of Boys'
Suits. We have no hesitation in oiTei ing these
to the public as the best boys' suit values ever
shown in the City. Watch our MacKenzie
Avenue window and note well lhe prices.
Boy's Bloomer Suits in large sizes
$7.60 Each
Boys' Bloomer Suits, in Smaller Sizes
$4.95 Each
Boys' Straight Knicker Suits, all Sizes
$3.95 Each
All Are the Famous "Lion Brand'  Clothing
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
FANCY COLORED CURTAINS
w
We have a crowd of the New Fancy Colored Curtains we
want to let go;—got an overstock of them. They are the
new ideas in Nets with floral designs. The New Colored
Muslin Cathedral Draperies.
The $2.90 Lines. Now $2.00.   The $4 Lines. Now $2.90
NEW JAPANESE VERANDAH SHADES
In Wood Splint, Fancy Colors. An entirely New Idea
—the Roll-Up kind. All lengths, very decorative and
useful. Gives you privacy on your own verandah that
you cannot otherwise have.
Get Them At Humes.     A Large Stock to Choose From E VTURDAY, AUGUST  Hat, I ni
THE HUCAIL-.IIlLlK^a.IliU,  REVELSTO IK:"El!
rtATUHDW. AUGUST 31st, '.'112
New Goods By Express
■-v
NEW OOODS-Our Fall Goods Now Coming to
hand, which we are opening and putting into
stock every day. These Goods come direct from
the Manufacturers.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
D    - returned    last
( oast.
Mr.   .1.  0    ::.i.l al.'.    Si  .  will  "f.   •
try j       .:  Sep'..  15.
Mi.   s ■.-.'•, eg,  waa     a
■   the     Meih • lisl   parsonage
n-eek.
R paying a visit to Nei
m-i    at tlie
n thc inlnml city.
Mr.-, R. Ger ild ol this city, was
t at thi Hume
•   Th u iday.
livl fire warden,
ulquartei-s nl    Nm!.- hi, pnid
t on Mi nday last.
A number of ItevelBtoke people
Calgarj  to   Bpend
.f   the     old
■ iw Vnlley.
Vie        .■   i to   iiino inci   thi    lento
this  :.. mini inlanl   bod     ol
Mi.  an '.  Mrs. fra lolini.   Tbe (uneral
. tui 'i niug .,t
make
passen-
luday,  Sept,
■,   .'. h.,.; at  •■ a.m.
.
dargaret
tbe   Michel
public s n D    pi nding
her
■ '.    i\.  Johnson,  rcturn-
\ t is to lie held
the    Cent nai >
t cup embli
p  of  H.  C, and
given
Rail
. ■   ■ i
:.   '.: ...
k. The
Oui
' I
■
Prkskk >7ixg Season
For Preserving l-ruits we handle only llie best. II you wish [o procure such fruit) f c.ttiuol I'm beaten either in quality nr price, nr
would ndvUe you lo pl ice your order with us. We will guarantee de
liverj "( uil uidvrs tuken,
1'Kli I" .I.VUS  AND  Ul'ItltlOUH
This season we ire haudliiix tin celebrntrd Mason I'ruil [ars in Pints,
Quarl und IriK gallons, These Jars reiiuire no comment. They are
par excellence.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
laniHIl     Mil liria>MTaa^l—B—
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real Kstate f- selling rn] nol  ^et in before all tin- most desir-
alile i-.-si'lt nlial kits  are tuken np *
hast week we matle sev< rul tfooil • ilea lu looal buyers ami it will only be ;i
sii.ii i turn- belore the*e tits are all i loaeil out.
Gall at our ollice mul get full particular-*.   .\11 oui  properl) can b,   .old
ou utu j term
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
f.fCf'f toke Boal I ol Tra le «111 li
their regular    meel ing un    'l hui Bdaj
evening next, in the City  11.ill
\  nn tj  acchlcnl  oi cun   1 on Thir I
street,   west,  on     Thursdnj   even
but [ortunately    »itbout anj  Bei
con oqi enei  ,    \ hoi ■
tided with u   a Idle hoi bc In the dnrk
:i.-ss.   ii,,lli  horses  wel      tunned  and
the  buggy liadlj
■
1 oul  nnd the rldei   nnhi
The   .In-.
pi ar  in tl Fi
■ pi
utl ra' i ion ts   mi
, tbe i
I'his     comi
,
bave
IK- will wi
Mr. I
.   :   :   tbi
■
■
I
K
t   Working  Power ol  the    I   •
i  :-"   l onitnu n ol thc Lord's Sup
pel    it I lie cl  ol  th    ■•■  ■
■ ■■ ■     Sund iv   ■ ■. (rom now
..n .ii the atternoon at I   td
dt D V cordial   welcome
•
BUSINESS LOCALS
11' irnll
•
el
.
I gates at tho convention to help support a resolution calling lor the endow ni. ot Boveral  beuollclent  In 11
I III lulls    Uil lilllli. 1}     tU    COSi    $5,1)00,000,
The resolution callod speeluoallj ioi
the pronipl I'uimng ,,; $*,oo,000 bj au
extra quarterly assessment ol liie.
per capitu ol membership.
The Institutions proposed ar.':— A
vocational and i rade Bohool lor chit
dree ol Mooso, ii home tor agod and
iiiiirin U»,ie^} tneiuiiurs, u home for
orphans, a general Biiuitui'lum and a
tubei'cilosls sanitarium .
Sot ii penny  ol  the sum ncedud tor
ili.' above  inini. ,i  i, ii .ii. ,'.-< is     in
eome Irom philanthropists outside thu
order, according to present plans.
: li.i every une ,,i th ■ ihu.S'i i mourners
paying approxlmat ly one lourth ji u
cent nday ibe raising ol tbo Immeuse
mu.I required     ean  oo accomplished.
Air.   |)a\ id  said.      Tllun jusi   lu    show
how ili.' members ought to get tnclr
shoulders under tli.- load oi a ono
(oui th conl dally add tionul lodge
duo, ho then and thero mude out a
i lieen mi Ins personal account tor
$50,000,
LOAN TO START WORK.
"This loan," bo oxpiuineil, 'is to
start the work io Uut a wlll be
well under way by the tirst extra as
sMssini'iit next Junuury, l don'l cur,
whether I gel II bui I oi not, honest,
1 don't, hut il I do ll is to tic with'
oul Interest."
Tumultuous cheering greeted this
announcement and r.H. MeKonna, a
Cleveland, 0., dolegato arose and
with mi tinsti'a.l  voice sai.l:
"Duys, i never gol my chance when
1 was young; but I'm lor the kiddles
gottlng  wbai   Is eoming  to  th n
the way ol education ami I suggesl
thnt the resolution bo adopted unanimously  hy riling."
"Everybody up!" shouted delegates
trom several points in tho auditorium
and with anothor cheer lbat co .1 be
li rn I more titan a block, tb,' M io ■
as an entity Indorsed thc reBolutiua.
.\ .iuu ol selecting n Bite im a I I hi
proposed Institutions has been lelt
tu a committee named yesterday,
which is to luuk after tbe n'lairs ol
the order hotween conventions, tbo
committee is composed ol lahion
Garland, Pittsburgh, Pa.; luarles
Vail, Chicago; Henry DaviB, Cleveland, au.l ll. Price, Chicago.
A trad ol 1,000 avres ':. Indiana,
near Anderson, is being :oihi l'i en ui
the site ol the university. The s,,n ■
tarltim and tuberculosis hospital may
be located in Hot Springs, Art. >..'h
Bites are to i.e purchased Colore tic
tuber.
The name of the university will be
the Mooso University Hume, 'rhe
com ms taught will be practical, Including trades, professions and [arm.
n ■   I Ighi i   branches of study nl-
•   ■ ded.
The ■ were cm*
fully cho ' n  many months a/u. TL i
attor' iy     of
poit. Ia.; John Hay- I'.i n iwi..l
I        N'i'w     Vurl.    city;
Vi   Vail, clei k ol • n
count v. i bicuc, ■.   t ■.,
I ii-
I :. -ii.  Columbus, ii..  i:.  .'.
■i   ...    ■      \>.i .
Sew i ork, tail      .  •■■
•
; . i
th"
■
ind I
List Made Public
New Vurk, Aug, 27 Police Commls-
sloiur Waldo inadu publiu tonight a
list ol places rauleil by tbo police as
gambling resorts during tbe laBt year
ami the names ol ownors ol the property upon whieh tho resorts were
ooiiductod, Among the minion nieiit-
uni.'.I nei' those in many prominent
in the llnuncitit, religious ami aocial
!.:■'  o|   tne  eity.
i'ne commissioners turned tho List
mmi to the .i.stnet attorney, who
will   un    ,1   as   a basis   ol   the      John
Hue  i loedtngs   belore   Juugu      i.oii
next  iiioniii, by  .'.iii.ii it is    expecte.l
iu expose imh ir.' corruption.
Neuiij iuu places are mentioned In
Him gambling list. Summoning oi
many ow lid's as «it ucssos al t he
Ji bn Doo proceedings is understood
lu hm pal I "I I Iim i>liiii nl I he .lisl.i i.i
ni i"i n.>y in ih t.iiii.ti.' the respoitsi
bllily ol ibe owners m allowing their
propel ty to bo null'.I (or jumbling
purposes,  wbich  is n misdemeanor.
\nioiii: I lie n.nm-I ol the owm rs is
that ol Sailors Snug Humor, u
[ wealthy charitable Inai ii ul ton on Sta
ti ii island, t he estate ol Lotillard,
who was millionaire toi acco maim -
lacturor, and J. ISdgar Leayi rati and
uldgar r. Loaycralt, tiotlt prominent
in Methodist church and missionary
work.
The William Astor estate appears
in Commissioner Waldo's list as the
owner ol two allogod gambling bouses
...n West Forty third Btreet, raided In
August and  September  ol  last   your.
Homestead Entries Grow
Ottawa, Aug. 28 During tbo lirst
six months ol l'JIU homestead entries lor tlie tour western provinces
recorded by the olllcials of the interior department numbered l'J,591 as
ngaillBt 18,509 fut the same period In
lllll, au Increase ol 1,082. Por Mam
toba the entriCB totalled 1710 a- against 1459 in I'.U I and lor Dritish Columbia ihey Increased (rom 12-j to Ms
Both Saskatchewan and Alberta show
ilei'ii'nsi's. The entries tor Saskatchewan tor tbe six months Btood al 9840
as against 10,409 tor the lirst half ol
Died at lievelstoke
it is with regrel that we have to
announce the death nf Mr. John Dav
i.l   Asp enn, I,   who  quietly   passed away
al the RevelBtoko hospital on the
28th  inst.
The deceased was ahout 33 years ol
age and had been a resident ol the
district for some years. He belonged
to the tndcpendi tit Order ol Oddfol -
lows. The funeral will he held on
Sunduy, Sept. 1st, from Selkirk Hall
at 1:80 p.m. and a lull attendance of
all local members ol tbo I.O.O.F. order is requested.
1911,     while   the   Alberta   entries    fell
from 7asr, to 7;i;it;. The nationality
ia le shows thai the Americans head
ed thc list  with  1087 entries.  English
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
•«>lj.£.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds, Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints  '
homesteaders numbered 540,     Scotch, i
lill; lush, I'll; Russians, 120; Nor-I
« m Inns, 140, while 142 Canadians j
fiom untarlo and :)i, Irom Quebec, I
luuk up land iu tho wesl.
NUT UK
A   local    Company    known as ibe
Sports Club I,united, have acquired
the hslniie; and shooting rights on
the  lands owned  by   Uev.   \N.l I.  Calder
ninl Donald Mcintosh, on the Tom
Water river, near the city. All parties aro warnedto respeet tbe rights
of tbo Companj and keep nil these
liiiuiK, otherwise prosecutions will
toliow.
Q.  S.  McCAHTER,
Secretury.
MALAKWA NOTES
t mont
B"OR    RUNT—House on  Kirst.   street,
Bast.     Apply Mrs. I Dent.
A limited number ol gentlemen can
obtain board ut private residence COU
trally located. Strictly home cook -
ing. Kor [urther particulars apply
to the Mail Herald office.
There are no dead flies
lying about when
WILSONS
FLY PADS
are used as directed.
All Druggists, Grocers andGeneral Dealers sell them.
— .       -m
io expend hve Millions
work
in
SEE THE HANDSOME PICTURE OF
REQUSTA
Now on Exhibition in the  window of  our  New
Office, next to the Revelstoke Meat Market
The Painting is authentic in all details, being an
exact copy of their Board of Trade picture used to
advertise their City, and shows the exact relative position of
KENSINGTON
i
•.
JiKMs' Dure; Stok
E
School Opening  Monday
Tho  New Dominion i li
rapby—$1.00
All School Books for High
and Public Schools, Scrfl>
biers ami Exercise J-'-oks.
Fine Leather School Bags.
Pencils. Rulers, etc., Riven
away   with    school   purchases.
USHING   TACKLK
A new assortment
of Flies   ....
Anchor Brand, pi r doz...50c
Senate, per doz 75c
Kelso, per doz 1.50
New Trolls
<Jut Hooks
Gaff Hooks
A complete line for the
Fisherman.
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERBY AND
Wl      im < IALIZ1 ..    ,|
i.in.
L.ii'' Spring S
Drop in when passing and . irge
and patterns to suil thi Hi us.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stelson  Bail Foot-Rite Shoes
OUR NEW SUBDIVISION THERE
NOW ON  SALE AT
$150 and $175 Per Lot
CALL   AND   GET   PARTICULARS
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. O. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue

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