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Array 1
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^"Empire" Typewriter)
u'Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps "
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For ease of operation and
perl'eetion in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price   $( 0
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OV 8' 1912
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Vol. 18   No
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KEVKLSTOKhl. B. C. NOV
i2.ro Per Year
PROMOTERS HUE
W. Y. REVELST
PRESIDENTIAL    F.
FiFPTIllN! BOURNE BROS.. LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
■*?
Wire from Ottawa Confirms Fyling of Plans
and Application.—Second Company Said
in Field.—Alberta Supports New  Railway.
You will find exactly what you have been planning
in the way of a STOVE or RANGE at this store at
prices to suit you.
COME IN TODAY
and let us show you  our selection and  explain the advantages of each.
Sheet Iron Heaters,       -      es.OO, *4.00, $5.00, $6.00
Oak Heaters icoal or weed i         - $8.00 and $10.00
Double Heaters ihard or soft coal) -        $25.00 up
Ranges. 4-hole, high closet   - $45.00
Coal Stoves, good selection       - -       -     *18.00 up
Ottawa, Nu.• 'at   -ii will he
made to parliuineiu for the Incorporation of the WetaBkiwin, Yellowhead,
and Revelstoke Uailway company,
which seeks power t.. construct the
I lollov. Ing lines  ot  railway.
From Wetaskiwin in a westerly direction to the Saskatchewan river;
thenee westerly following the valley
of the Braii-aii river or such other
valley as may be found practical to
or neat the headwaters ol the Braz-
euii rlvor; theuce in a northwesterly
direction down the hocky river val
ley or sueli other coursa an may lie
found feasible to the Yellowhead pass
or sui-h other pass as may be found
practical; thence in a westerly and
BOothweBtorly  direction  to  the  bead-
oooooooooooooooooooooooooo
$ Imperial Bank of Canada
Q Head OfTic*— Toronto, Ontnr*o.
Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      •       6,460,00u.o0
Reserve        ... -        6,460,000.00
Total Assets,       •      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Asents at all priaripnl points inKUanadn.
Agents in ttreat Britain nnd United States—London, Kngland,
Lloyds Bunk, Limited. Chic-.tjo- First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bauk. Suattie—Seattle National Bank, SunJ-iMi-
clsno—Wo11b Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exehaugi-
National Bank,
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, revived, and interest allowed »r
curreut rate from date of deposit.   I orrespondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
O 0<KKKH>O<>OOO<HHK><H>O0<KHKK>0
waters ol the (Janoa .ner, British Co
luinKa, thonce down the valley ol thc
Cuuoe river or such otner valley as
may be found practical, to the junction of tlie Canoe river with the Columbia river; thence down tbe Columbia river valley to the city of Revel-
stooe in liie province ol British Columbia.
to  le  further  discussed  when      more
,-tuti^ties  had  been secured.
STREET LIGHTING.
The Oity  Electrician submitted  bis
estimates  of    a    uew  street  lighting
unit, and whieh with transformer, etc
! would carry sufficient voltage to sup
ply 7u standards of three hnn.Ire.I
candle power.   The cost of the  unit,
1 exclusive of standards would be    ab
! out $1S0U, and lurther units eould be
purchased as required. The unit proposed  was the  largest supplied,    and
Was thc recognized  street Ughtini
stem   throughout  all  Canadian   cities
| using electricity.
Aid. Howson—This is a matter upon whieh wc have beeu needing Information for u long time.  We should
! get property owners in the central
pari of town to pass a local improve
meat bylaw to put iu the standards
and then huve this unit purchased
and use tho lights uud brackets thus
rendered superflous to light outlying
parts where such lights are needed.
The City Clerk wus instructed to go
into the figures nud prepure a statement of what such a loeal improve -
ment bylaw would amouut to, with a
view to having samu
NEW ALBERTA RAILWAY.
Wetaskiwin,   .Nov.   4—WotasKlwin  is
to have a railway running west. Thai
is,  ii application,  v>n....  .....  suurtlj
ue presentcu to parliament, u
ed and tlie hue is constructed
parsed uext
spring, und the Wuter and Light com
mittee will ulso consider the advis -
ability of buying the units and trans
former .luring tbe life of the present
riiant- council in order that the work may
A com   lie  undertaken enrly  in the  term    of
Mrow Wilson, Democrat, Waa
Uecied by Larue Majority-
Iheo. Roosevelt, becuiio
The   lollowing   telegram  timed      al
\ ancouver at 11 p.m., ls the     lab  I
, information available regarding the
President lal election.
| Mail-Herald, Revelstoke—Wilson
next president  of t nlted States, car-
. ned south and large part ol easl. In
Minding New York. No douht that lii-
will have suuici.iii vot.-s in electoral
I college to give     him clear majority,
. Roosevelt comes Becond with strong
support from Illinois and BOVeral
western states. Taft curried tew stat
es.   No  figures available.
WOODROW  WILSON.
j Born at Staunton, Virginia, Dec.
28, 1-86-6; graduated from Princeton
college, lsT'J; graduated from the law
department of tbo University of Virginia, 1882; practised law at Atlanta
lSS;i; married Helen Louise Axson of
Savannah, l'&85; became professor ol
political economy at Ilryn Mawr col-
h.'ge, 1SV.V, became professor of political economy at Wesleyan University,
became professor of jurlspru
dence and polii.mh gt Princeton, 1890;
became president of Princeton University, 1U02; elected governor of New-
Jersey on the Democratic ticket, l'Jll
received Democratic nomination for
president of the United States, l'J12;
author of numerous works on political economy und American history.
Heating Stoves
" Mri larj 's"  on pood name     fn   . ine the
comfort in using a Metier) Stove    S-imp]       . v   rl
t.> clean, and eo nn miical on 1 ut I
Sporting Goods
\- ifl, ■- and Shoi  i runs, singli 7.  i
It r. Remington and Stevens,  Kepi
Shell   an I I  u ti ■■•:..'   > (all - Coats,  Car
ti idge Belts, (iuu Covei
Groceries
Fresh   Kippsred
Vi getables,  c off<
plies.
Herriti 1 Fruil  and
es,  Tei I Poultry   Sup-
Crockery
Inu-mi
China t
Crocks,   Bean
n.l Glassware.
Choice
PLUMBING HEATING TINSMITHING
Spei i.ii Attention Paid to Ma
a
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke. 7 elephene No, 22
n
Young People Re-Drpnize
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
A Consignment, just to hand
made of heavy dress material,
for Fall and Winter wear.
MRS. A. 6. CRICK, - first Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND  TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor alld fragrancy. Snid in 1 lb.'
lead packages.
Price, 35c., 40c. and 50c. per lb.
Cr. W. BELL
P. O.  Fox 20S
GROCER «V BAKER
Phone No. 23
lJuuy to be Known us the VYetasKlw-in
Hellow Head a* Hevelstoke Hallway
company lias heen organized, nut   we
ure unuiile to ascertain the personnel
ol the company. We nre ussureJ how
iver, thut th,- lucul meu who ure be-
hiud   this project      Will   receive  every
their successors.
SEWERS.
City Clerk Lawson was Instructed
to bring in a report providing for
the amendment ol the existing sower
assessment.
The City Clerk was instruct.' 1      lo
material bnuuciul assistance from oue  n ul'e     application to the
side  capitalists  wueu  tne cunUs     are  Commission  respecting  the
Hallway
McKenzie
needed.
r'Uc compunj  is ... i-... .n.. for power
to  coustruct and operate  tbc  lollowing lines, namely,  [rom  the city    ol
WutOi-Kiwin in tne province ul Alberta
In  a  westerly   direction  tu  tue  Sue -
katehewun nvcr;   theuce  westerly  lollowing tlie Valley Ol  tne uruzeuu river; tbence In a noitneriy direction as
may   he Ioi.ua   ,.,,..   ...   ...  or      near
the head Waters of tba Braseau river;
tuence iu a northwesterly direction
clown the Rocsy rner valley or sucn
other course us may he louud feus -
idle to tlu Yeilownead pass or sucn
other pai-s us ui.i; 1st found practical
tuence in a westerly aud southwesterly direction tu the- ueudwaters ui
tue Canoe river in the province ot
British   Columbia;   tu<-iice  down      th.-
vulley uf the Canoe river, or sucn
other valley as muy nc louud practlc
al to the Junction of the Oanoe river
wich th,- Lolumu.u river valley to the
city of Kevelstoke in tho province ot
British Columbiu.—Calgary  Herald.
The yuiiug people of St. John's
church met uu Monday evening aid
organized fur the season, Tae nume
adupte.l is "Tlle Young People's Society of St. John's Church." t'cin-
mitlees were uppuiuted to dralt u
Constitution and numiuute oilicers and
these wlll report at the next acetaUg
ou Tuesduy evening. It wus decided
to hold the meetings on Tuesday evening euch week, and uext week after the business mcetiug a s-jculwll
be held lu the basement of the church
to which all youug people are invited to attend.
^^_ I    On  Monday   November   18th.   uuder
| tbe auspices of thc society, .1 .l.u    I'.
Constuutiuoplc, Nov. 1—None of the  C'lum will give his illustrated travel
powers has yet replied to the Porte's
avenue crossing, as requested hy    the
deputation previously referred to.
Meeting adjourned at 10 p m.
ORDER VEGETABLES NOW
FOR THE WINTER FROM THIS STORE
Cabbage,     Turnips,        Bee;.-,        Potatoes,       Onions
By the sack or in smaller quantities.    Prices Right.
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
TURKISH APPEAL
i
CITY (JUUNUL
The city council met in regular bes-
siou on Friday evcuiug lust. Mayor
Sutherland  occupied  tue  chair,   pres -
ent,    Aldermen    MeKiuuuu, Bourne,
liuwsou uud  .McSorley.
DBPUTAT10NS.
Mr. Vi. M. Lawrence,     acting     us
spokesman ol un luilueuhul uc-puta
tlou      present      lu meet   the  council,
drew attention to the pus.l.uu ol tu.   compelled
request fur mediation. The ballet is
held here thut King Ferdinand     will
nut  be sorry to accept European iu -
terventaon, as it is considered altei
us tremendous sa< rlfices the Bulgarian army  must be uear exhausted.
Abdulluh la-ha, cummuuder ot the
Tursisb eastern army, is still at
Tcharkesskeul   ,ud at uuua tuduy   .,
Turkish detachuieut destroyed uu important railway  bridge ut Tchorlu.
it now becomes c.^a. that tue deu-
cieut comuilssalrlut wus largely te-
sponsioie ior cn.- Turkish reverses,
i uiuiDii plans aimed at encircling the
Bulgarian forces by an advance on
tiie i.gut wing, ib. Bulgarian general concentiatcu his unoris ,>u an ut
I luca  against   the   luTaVUh  centre      ut
' Serai uud the left wing ulong the rail
way. 'lh Turkish right was meeting
with much succeM, out the cuumuu -
satriat broke duwu completely, owmg
partly t.. bad weather, which mads
the rouds diitieult und prevented luud
in,-   uperutiuus  ul  the  Turkish   buse,
Uidia,
As a consequence,  Muhiuoud  ilukb-
tur Pasha, cuu,in.iu.l.ug   the light   was
to  sucrilice   the   advantage
talk ou the Canadian lind ies alld
California. This talk is profasi ly
illustrated by beautifully ci lored
slides und must entertaining ax J instructive moving picture dims. This
will atlord the citizens of Hevels1. .ue
an opportunity to enjoy uu iiuagin -
ary juarucy through "that wlnterltss
laud by the sunset sea," witn its
Bower festivals uud uruuge gru.es.
PIANOS-PLAYER PIANOS
subdiwsiui ol  "Clear view" and     rc-
UUeSted thc upeuiug   up ol   the      road
to tu.o property uud the recognition
ul   the  cross.ug  ovei   the  c.T.Hy.   as
a reglUal crossing,  whicu could  be on
tamed by th,  council uu application
hum the ituuwuy Commission.    The
deputatiuB were aisu ipuU-u  lul      by
Mr, A.J. McDonell, Mr. J.B. Sibbald
uud others.
Mayor      Suthnluu.l  -These   mutters
w.ll  receive the altenliuu uf the cuiiu
cil, thc necessary application will be
made iu  this  Instance at  uiue.
Sheet Music and all kinds oi
Small cTWusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie
guiucd   because   Ins   ll oops   ».'l.    With
cut loud  the whole day-
All preparations have been oomplst
ed (or the hen apparent lu piocccd tu
the Turkish headquarters, acoompan
led   b)   UhaSl   Ahmed   .Mllkhlur   1'UShu,
tiie recent Uand Visier, but the. have
nut started.
it is asserted that the sultan hm.
sell wus deceived i.y   Nasim   1'auba s
optimistic reports and ,,i,i>   realised
the  true sitiiutiun      When  mi   tUngllSb
cruiser bsougbt the lateel news, which
wus oonveysd     tu the porta by tuu
Bepututiuii   thauK. d   the  ,\lj>ui   und   British  ambassador.   Tbe   porte    then
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHORT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Tralnfflen, tnalte your headquarters here.   Quick service.   Perfect Cleso tn
and ! <... mil ■!<   l'i Id Olvi   I I a   Mai.      "We   Nun   Sleep."
withdrew.
A    representative uf    a Vancouver |
■inn speciui.^ittg ,u ragineers ..... b
draulic tixiures also iut.jiv.ewed the
couucil regarding water meters, but
as he seemed to know ve;j little about the mutter, the Cily Olerk Was
instructed to tuke it up further With
the iii ui  by mail.
POWBR AND UOI
Alderman llowson—There have been
some complaints and diSCUSi Ions in
the  i-ity regarding  priees  charged   fol
power   and    light, and I understand
that  tome  letters  are on  hand    from
certain power imris asking foi  reduo
i u.u- in tbe rate.
City     Klictruian      North,   pi    ent,
evidence us to oomparisoni    ol
rates charged for power and light
A. Ci. THIAKISON,
Manager
'an interior cities, and nt Revel-
stoke, aad the ma tier was held   over
j asked the Powers to Intervene.
The difficulty  .n  maintaining  order
is increasing. It ,s said thui a moi.
"cut to the war oh.ce ai Staillhoul
und alkud for weapons with which ti
attack  the i   Ihis Wiih
the reason    Kin  Pasha naked the
am ha i id u warebipi    at
hand.
London,  Nov.   I   "The commander-
ni chief ui a gen ral armj   In  buttle
without an,  communication with or
knowledi s of n u on   il   of hie forr
i pt Ion nl  the  plight
i f Uidullah i'n h, on Octobei BO, tbe
I '    -   which As
hmead  Bartletl cables I" the   Dally
rapb, from t'onstaata.
i       ...ir.   poll ll Dl  Conl lasts the po-
■  io of tbe 'i  i inlander with
'".that  ul  (,oi...|«l  Oyams .luring      the
ncailiiiubitr a Jiepiltaiiull
New   Westminster,  Nov.   i— Tu    the
mads  at   the  last   meeting    ut
the Citizens' League tbut  '.-ee. v>e.-.t-
minster reeked w.th vice," tbat gambling  w.i.i     ........nt,  uud  that  New
Westminster was the uni) city In the
Northwest in..c tolerated a segregated  dl  ti nl,  l,  might as the
cit) ...iincil eiiuu-i au emphatic denial. He characterized the statements us "internal lies' and ub "cu
tlrely slunderuiis." Tue mayor professed sm pi Ise ili,,. : ui li statements
sin,uld be attributed tu the Rev. .1.
iv Henderson a.i.l others, and suid
that the condition ol ths eity was
much bettei thuu v. bat it had been
two yours ago. lu 1310 the bars were
open to - a.m.; drunkards were luund
ou tbc streets at all hours; and gam
blmg took place In . . room often
until early moi nin there were al
tn.it inn,- ii. iii ii. I.-, utable bouaee,
Now there were onl) threi sucb bous
es;  tbc  bars rb.se  at   11   p.m.;      uud
there     we i   no i ini  , except In
i blnatown,  wbi re ,t   was Impot ilble
to   uppress it utteii>. .md wb re tew
icIi.im  men wen   al Ii   to pal I lolpaU
lie regarded sm-ii an attack us tbut
which had been made on the oity as
,t   pie election   muve,   and   lie   an.led
an) • t,, pro ■. ,i ions be -
fore tin- police commissioners, in con
elusion, tin' muyor held that New
Westminster compared favorably with
any  i ily   in i an.ida.
Hevelstoke Meet Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
arket Ltd.
CK> OOO X>-0"0-0-0 O-C<K>O<H><>O-O<K>-0-O<?
Overcoats
A hundred tiilTerent styles,
from the loose, Bwagger
preat coat, to tho nobby
terfield, for dress ocea-
sions.
l'rirt-s right for all pocket
b ok -.
We have Coppley, Noyes
& Randalls "snappiest"
models direct from the
"style centres."
RANGE OF ALL
ARTICLES FOR MEN
Sums. Underwear, Hats.
-. Neckwear, Hosiery
and Jewelry. Ynur Fall
needs selected from our
Btock will give you greatest
satisfaction.
Vaudeville
[Contioued from Page Six.)
Commencing Monday the Empress
theatre announcoi Ite program for
ibe week of November nth, wblcb In-
■ ini nr ol the greatest vaudeville
itrtiHis travelling In tbs west, llcii-
strom ami Ujrra n, 111 lie seen In a
.-it.! laughable Bwodlsb comedy;
Marie Campbell greatest English com
sdlenno; Brandon and Taylor, i-iiiiic-
dy singing, talking ami dancing ucIh,
i.i.   .ii  Parker, greatest ol all   jug-
gli i      'i b       ai i lata coma from
Vancouvei and arc travelling^to Bpo-
kano md tht public ran be assured
• ii.i in . ati im linns an guaranteed in- i Olasi sets, 1,000 feet of hljrh
clitsfl uu.tion picture! will he run
with with each show,
McRAE MERCANTILE CO.
• OOO 00<>000000000000000000-t
^XjX. THE   TinVEE
ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST OM   EARTH
i
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J". Q-LT'Y BJLRBEE
C. P. K. WATCH INSPECTOR.
. ■eve>^v^>%%V%^*'%^%%V*^>%>VVV'V»V%%%%V»| WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER
I 112.
TIBIE   J&J^TTLs-TTttTlJLJLsJD,   BBVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER  6,   "12.
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The Capita! of Canada's Alps."
Du you realize that this Fall will be your
last opporti nny io buy in Revelstoke at
the present prices ? Get in now while
you have the chance.   See us at once.
1 he Revelsloke General Agencies, Lid.
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11.I..M.H, Ji
C.P.R FIREMAN MURDERED
AT KAMLOOPS SATURDAY
Charles Acheson Shot by One of Three Yeggmen and
Killed in ine C. P. R. Yards at Kamloops—Police
Working Hard for Capture of the Murderer
Chase h'tiijfcssive
.\ roprem iii.it.v.   ni the Mall Herald
last, week paid a tlying visit; to points
me cu  ibe robbet'8.     He    laid
ne claims' irom re o'clock  But
A dastardly murder was committed  from
in this cit,  cu .f'-iAfi night , lew   ttaj                      ^ ^^    ^^
minutes ultor nine o'clock, wheu Chas j        • ..„    ,,
' Acheson, a C.l'.li. Hreman was laiui '
] i.,  wounded    .  a     •'
morning.   The man had u return  C
i P.R,  ticket tor   t hai u but   wus lound
......    • ta.le- J stealing   a   rule   on   a  freight   train.
Ij ulKi in co ood ir  a revolver     Acheson was .,     ol  age    and
.,  LhB  uonUi    ou    ...  three yeggmen a young man highlj       ,       tho   uu>  w^^  Q| eUclrl(  ,^u{   ^ B,gUX
community   where  his  getual  dlsposi-   lhnl „  ml n ,„,„.,, In,.,„,. ,,i,„.„
west ami was groauy surprised atxhe]
rupi'd growth  auu  uruh -	
ni  Lbe little I ii.. ii ^^^^^^^
away mi the e-dge of the Bhuswap
i.ni.e, nn.l on the border ol the ary
neit, this i in.iig young city is hug-iii-
u.ng in    ilium  up     among the  cry
UlOSt |,r,..,,,, i,,u    ol  cur   Hi.una ellus.
hus town, although unincorporated,
n,i.s us own water Worns uud ulectnc
light plant, ttli.cn is operated by a
local coinpuny. it can boast of hotel ttocomiuocatlon ...-. ond to none in
■the interior,   The   Lnderwood    hotel, j
i eil uy an enterprising American of
the Manic niunr, is managed and eiju
ipi Bd  .ii a  thoroughly   modern stj li ,
While Chase has a population ol only
: .  im.ii ii ..;,   it  M ould     appeur irom
HE CANADIAN BANK
)F COMMERCE
REST, $12,500,000
e  appearance    CAPITAL,  $15,000,000
l llUBe.     NCBtiVfU ' -	
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drafts on tiie principal cities in tlie following countries issued without
deluy'
Africa
Arabia
Argentina Republic
Armenia
Australia
Auslriii-Htmuury
Belgium
Br mil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
ciint
China
Crete
These
Cuba
Denmark
Egypt
.Finland
FormoBR
Krur.ce
Germany
Greece
Holland
Iceland
India
Inly
Japan
Macedonia
Malta
Manchuria
Mexico
Now Zen.und
N.irwtty
Panama
Persia
Peru
Philippine Islands
Poland
Portugal
Rmtmantli
Russia
Servta
Si a in
Siberia
South Africa
Spain
Straits Scttlcmente
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria
Turkey 6.7
United Stnlea
Went Indies, etc.
„ driiftn can be drawn in sterling, francs, marks, lire, kronen, yen,
tacts, roubles, etc., according u> the money of the country in which they
are payable.  This enables the payee to obtain the exact umount intended.
BtVELSTCKE BRANCH    K.
QIDSON,  iv ..I. ..--.. i
NAKUSP  BRANCH    H.  L. ROTHWELL,    Manager
« Oil.
tllO
^
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. i   AT
i- I.L-.   •».   C.
Jntertot rPuM.Bb.ttfl Gompang,
(limited
J. ] •    ■■      iger
Ed     r.
.     .   ■    ... .i  RATEB
.- to  i-'.i gland, Unlt-
'-    . ..'tlUiUa.
By tbe) . . i.:
.       ... .vi BS.
I-i i per line first
.   ■ ■   i    per Ime      each
....
make
ind     general
omenta  (2.50 per
inch  .        ...-:.     freterrc    , ■
cent, add tlonal.
i • .       .. .  Di ■.
■ • on.
. '.....      Bl
tii" appn ■ -.
-.anageruent.     Wanted      ami
Advertisements  ;  -
Wanted, Bit
.ns   Vacant, IVanted,  Mechanics
wameJ,  io  words  ur    lesa,    25c,
a J Jitn.iial      line   IC  i-eats.
('hi.naiea     il   Btanding advertise-
•i    ' m   ;n    by  9  a.  ru.
Tuesday anl Friday o! each week
to ? ecu •   .        - .. lay.
DORRES I. invited on mat
ter* ol public    interest..       Com-
.catioue to Editor must     lie
■ il    by    name .,t  write!
n. t lor   publication,
but     a.-    • too
CorTeBpoad.el.ra ►hoiKd  tie  brief.
N.i..
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eriand,   T.    '     regor),   I1-'.   Cook,   lt.
Gordon i.
Low Beci nd     B. l\ tterson, M. Boll
M.  Daniel! .  Vi.  Dunn,  I'.  McKellar.
I ligh   i.m.     i.i ).-., us,   \\.   Smj
\ lhan    ::   Lilly,  I).  Hi.mm, 1,
l.i.w !■ .i at I i . . -ii, \V. Janiiei on,
i-.. Ming, \. . mii .'right, cl. Williamson.
l-Iigb   Secon I   I i mei - D,   I ,el ■•■.,   \.
Bourne,   ;'..   Burrldge,  T.   Madder
Abraba
Low   Si con I   Primer   W,   Cressman,
!■'.   Hamilton,   J.   Mainprise,  G.  Mor-
■!.  Calder.
Low      I-n  i   Primer- B.  Tayloi.  0,
...   a.   Johnson,   D.   Williamson,
M,  Lidy.
SEIiKIRK SCHOOL
I il   Lundell,   D.  Oorta,
li.   Mackenrot,  Pat Skene,  .1.   EVrde.
Lou   Thii .1  Reader -I..  Hobson,    L.
;        .  i'.  Johnson,  A-  ' ashato,    1,.
.\l,um.in.-.
lli^h Second iv Prey, C. Laitghcad
i..  i-'i-.-y.  D.  Rushford, J.  Guzzo.
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M,  Porta,  It.  Beech,  R. Lindmark,
High   First—1'.  Frey,  I..   Hayward,
T.  .lacks..ii, ,l. Crawford,  p. Tevln.
Low First—G. Donaldson, 1). Purvis
!•:. McCleneghan, J. Beech, I W. Corra
ler,  R.  Bell.)
High Second Primer—A. Tevln, t'..
Mlc-lelll, lt. MicielH, lt. Goodwin, ('.
Kimberley.
Low Second Primer I! Hum.umi, .1
Ringer, 11. Morgan, W. Henderson, A
■ lacks,.11.
Low Second Primer—R. Rowlett \
Corn ng, 0. Mackenrot, C. Limozkl,
K. Lawrence, r. Dean.
Iiiiii First Primer—Fred. Skene,L.
Pradol ni.  R. Frey,  .1   Gosh.
Low First  Primei -K   Sqtiarebrigga
M.  Morgan, D. Nelson,  K. Laing,  H,
• it.
primary Class   !    Tc\ in,  .1    Defoe
\.  Magaton,  M   Pugsley,   \    I
t-ion  v..mi him mauj  It tends,      k. ti le
| pari nw. at. lidgt.,,, uut., ,, m.llu i, oi
Au  Inquest  was comii •■ .1  ut
Brophey were muring their wuy to
ward tin- Btrei I tin , wore coutronted
with tbrei men, 'iho pointed revolv-
at their heads and told tbi m t,
bold up their huud . Bropbey obeyed
but Acheson and Duytou, thinning
the mattei ., joke continued uu, Dayton uhe.ni, im. nie laughing re
thui .1  .... ■ a much lurgi i pluce.
t'liasi- has i au tow ii halls, a l nlon
I gram received this morning (rom bts  ^^ ^    p   ^^   ^^     &
i i at hool aud almost overj  nne ol
bit   i ■ i i.. ■ in. a   .ii re,  Including all   Up lu .lal,'  dl .,,'   I.llslui ss.   own
eil by 0, R. Macdonald ol  RevelBtoke
clock this afternoon.   Inland Sentinel   1Lalla^,(1  bJ   Sn    B-  c   Wil80D|     au
  I experienced druggist.
Kamloops, Nov. „   Two men answ-|    Chase ls situated   In the heart of an
ermg bsc.-lpt end    those who  ''-vpt-imliy rich trull   district,    tho
 rdered     Lbue.  Acheson  on     Maui  chu M'""  »   '  "   '  -'""■     ^"'ws
treat,  Satuntuy  i, id  lu-j.l    up  a"I)lea a^raglng  Irom  ...     two
and  r< id  Curl  uropuj  and     Fred   i'"""'[" '" Wtt'8l>t, while yogotables ol
Dayton,  *er,   arre     I   , stei-day     at  a11 k,,"is 8'°*  wlth '''^ rapialty.
s„ ,,  UJ   , ,,, ustanle  Mc-j    """'1 overlook Chase us ono of our
,.,,  , . , i ,    ■ i     Important Inland cities of the tuture.
I   ill, 1...Ml.    all.I    i.l . ■,.      ll        I    I...  ,.l .
'I hey  wi ,e found Ioi ii thi   hotel
at  Savona,  baaing arrived there ah
i.ut   iioi.ii.   1'ln-y   m.i..   ___\   _____  us       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Claude Lowe ana B. Fleake and   ad-     The following circular has been is
who held ....  Aclu on und two
....a,, ,n.   ,n ii j ■ '   ' ■
ivory. ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I iu.    Kl   ,.,i ...   AchcBou's    buck  Toronto coutu.u  ii a to ship
j,,    iim i.i. a.ii.i  ;,. thut   , ■ ci lol   burial,
piercing  I he  luu$   auct n "■     x"■ ■
was removed  Lo t '     wuon
he  died ut  I nuj   uioruing.
i he place wn n  I tui shot wub
died  Is  verj   dull i     acheson,  In
company  with bred i uyton and Oarl
w
flnbllier Lcntebt to be Held
mark made as ihey did so was "We  ately and after scrutinising tbo    lino
ur,   ..,,■>   ...     ; .,.:   but   you   ht   to, of 25 or 311 men cutcully each  uuhes-
■
hiudi l Canyon benaut up\
lor thj
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murk,      Withoul   warning  oue  ot   the mitted having boon in Kamloops    uu sued by tho  Poultry  branch    ol    the
robbers tired, the bullet striking Ach Daturduy  night, claiming  tbat    they Department ol Agriculture:
csuu in  the  back.     He then    ..a.,., i .mim in tho   pool room ut tbo    tima Department  ,,:  Agriculture,
iiuwu  to Uuytoti,     who had stopped tbe shooting occurred. Victoria, iki'-. November2, 1912
and ordered    lum lo    return.     While This morning all ol lhi city prison Dear Sir,
Uropnej aud Uu:        * r.       I hi irs    were   dressed     in   tbeir civilian n is tlir   ntention ol the    Depart-
one ui  iit    n   '.. clothes an.l the two suspects    placed menl  ..i   '■               .  provincial  gov-
rough   the ]                    h    ... nidi I   at ig  tham.      Da  ton and    Bropby crnmeut, to hold tbe Second Intornu
taking .,..■  watch. The onlj   re xere culled  into Lh   currlaot   Bepat tlonal  hlgg  Laj ng  Contest  on     tho
- "■■    "-" Vict,ni.,    lOxhlbltlon     grounds,     tbe
,ail   ^1,..^   „           Will*,. ...   \ ; liu.   ciiiiiiii.ii.iiij.-  Decern
P. Kiilcyicki, L. Beech ^^ bettcl lhan to run aWuj ■ •lhl | itatlnglj nicked out Fleake as ono Iwr 2nd, 1912, to continue until Oct.
robbers then returned to Duyton and of the men Imiilicul di ', tei study 2nd, 1913, Kudo I |ilea o liml rules
Brophey, taking Irom them $l.'li> und   ing  the lino u    '.-«   minutes     louget   and  wgulutli  i .  i      Ihci   with entry
e.A.i and  it,       u  ■  .i   to i el     th    Dayton   pii ■ I    upon    tbe   lorm should you wish t mpr-te, l-iu
latters watch when thej were told nhoti let ... Lowe, the taller ol tbe tries close November 22nd, 1912, and
that .. bad Brophej - iultluls en two, Baying that ha bore a Btrong the entrnuo, Ice ol $5.00 Bhould be engraved .a  it and     would uur.in,uai,-   n ■     i .   i ,;i <■  closed   wieb  entry   form  when     tor-
them.     "Are you railroad hoyaV ask   ": the trio, warded.
...i  one ol the robbers, and un being     The police havo been actively engag Yours truly,
told tbat  ...     ■ remarked    to  "' ' :"'-'" the murdet  [ollowing   everj .1.  n. TERRY,
the  other   "We ve  Btire  made a   hull   possible clue. Thoy havo succeeded  In D rector Bigg Laying Contest,
ol  jhis." tracing tbe movements   ,„'   tbe    two     P.S.—Preference in to In-given    to
I,, the mcantimi    Vc-h     ■, bad    got   men now under suspicion during    the  ll. r. birds.
upon hi wall      as far   a    l>a*l  feek.
loorwny ol Mrs.  Murphy's house     Henrj and William Wilson, two halt
Ul„.,,,  |,,,  ; ■;  men are also being h IJ i.y the
ried  mt,,  itu   l,..a..   and a telephone   I  ■ '■■'  '''"" In thc    com-
Imcssagi   mm.i  ... ;   ■  and     foi   i'-1'-'-       ' ■»     -iii.l Lowe on Satur-
im   Uli      II,    xe ' .'.-'... Jay    anj    also    after
i.,l   where murder.
Both  Lowe and Fleake are    knowii
\  ■ a the pool r n
and   tbey    were
ei   .     thi
'• ■ - ■
n.Kht the Wilson broth,-™ and    Lowe
Kiijl. School Attendance
eil
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of  O Prim
pal .J lhe school   Mi
:   -.   I.    -J!        ;
Div. II.   8 I   11
Totals  —        —	
17   :. >
METHODIST CHURCH.
I Rev. R. J. Mclntyre, pastor. Services ou Sunday at 11 a.m. and TiW
p.m.; Sunday school und Young People's Bible classes at 2:30 p.m.; WeJ
in.-.i..y at .s p.m., Bpwortb League
  in.cling; Friday evening, Junior and
.'■ a    I r UIIL IB   Ulll       L.UVYC    „ .     , , ,.   ,  _  ,
,    Senior choir practice.   A cordial wel-
i,an,, ir.iiutrt   thn  nuh
VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
All Instruments
TEACHER OF SINGING
AND VOCAL CULTURE
Directed by
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
Tliis Stiiiliu Hives instruction on all brass and
stringed instruments, violin, etc., by the
very latest Italian anil French methods, used
by the Royal Conservatory of Music of Milan,
(Uiily) und Paris, (France). We guarantee
by this method to put out a good performer
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS and further information
on application to
CHEO Leo Covres.    Mackenzie Avenue
Corner of Victoria Road
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laying    on    parting,
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Marie Camp
Brandon and Taylor
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PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH
.i.    W.    Stevenson,    minister
Regular eervlcea un    Bunday at   n
.un. and T...U p.m.; Bunday    ichool
.is at -t.itu p.m.
Mid-week prayer meeting on Wedneaday at   S  p.m.   Hearty congregation
Bgtng and special music by    tbo
clmir.   Strangers aud visitors arc in-
., the servlcee.
, ..it s  OHUROH.
Holy     Communion     .-very  Sun.lay
• .un . un.l alter mora-
.    • mday     In
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\   Procunler, rector, Mat-
it  ti a.m. and Bvi naong at I 80
.. luy.     litany on tho
.., and the Anu I lorn
miinion   o .imIn,-    „!t,-r
.,>• achool every 8un-
. in Choir practice on
- p.m.
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h'Esk Coi
iiciny Moiid
Dooi   ('i1'
Prices, ctiiSdran, 15c.
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m iltii, !Si2
Admission, 25c.
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of     .1i.»m ..       I'athollc
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• Aunt, im Hill i naing      we
i serving out  to Mtll
toman mn di I  li eream, aodaa
nml  HundaWf.
Hov/ Much of Your Road Money is
Spent in Filling Ruts?
IT thc millions ..! ilollars that have been spent repairing worn-
I,  » . li,-,!-,,m streets and roadl had been used to build
mor,- milca ..I cond liioliwuys, fewer (armerf would now be
\..i-,inii' valuable time and money taking "round-about" routes
to '■,.' II.
I   .. i nf an ordinary dirt or macadam road it usually
.   i ",.i .iin."    The cokt of upkeep loon equals that
t and there is alwayi an ever»increaiing annual expenie
l .nis     The worst Feature of it is thai such a road is
never a r. ally fir»t-claM highway.
IN estimating the cost of a road you should include thc ex-
pensc ol keeping it in good condition for at least twenty
If ym don't, you're liirtiruii; on the first payment for
tli t road, only, And the remaining payments are as certain
bs taxes The upkeep cost of concrete roads is practically
i othing,
Concrete ronde are the beat roads from the first—and
the beat end cheapest roads at the end of ten, fifteen
nnd twenty years.
/"■riNt Kill', i. ilir Ideal paving material lor streets in mull towns as
yj wi l... f. r main highways in the country.
I IN   limes, W.iynr Coiiiiu. Michigan, Komi Commissioner,
: 111 America's fortmual authorities on good mads, layii
A . . communllr lhal want. a. t^od road. ■ road lhat I. cliaaper for avana. short
■     Isatlf baafff .rallia lhan anr a,l,ar ioa.1 r'.ad. a ro..l thai fainaa-
-', a ,uad thai U sajitta,y arid riu.tle... . rn.il that ta nol
'      i   - , ,a rna'l thai ■ ' .....la irood traction for anr tr pa of vahicla 3C8 day. In
Ida •   , <   - ,n r) ,,,.• hi iha Inn* run, tar 10, IB, 20 yaara and lunger, t. tha
Ite  .,'* r....da,al.uuldlnra.li|at«tha n.ariUof coacrata.
t : .   '  t '  . f.in ibetll Concrete highway..    When conrin, ed,
"' mir t,, hmt the roads (or whieh you pay built lu l.i.t.
\v. i ivi hlghwaj (iperta who will rtsll any community Intending
Ii i .,.', anil ciplain )ust why and how concrete leads arc licit
Caiifda Cemi-nt Company Limited
'.to Herald Building, Montre«l
,,.       i  . .  ,,,.,-.   ■  ll'l,.l thr Ftl.m
■a.i  .lite for It   It i.tidultly/iee.
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WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER  C,   1912.
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   C,   1913.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1866
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital        ....       $ 3,000,000 $ 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.4,r>7,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192 48,237,284
Hat 83 Brandies In Canada, end Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principul Cities In the World.
A OCNFRAL HANKINO BUSINESS THANSAOTEn
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at blithest ourrent rate.
Revolstoke Branch, w   H. PRATT, Manager
. . It Might Re Gold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easv of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Win. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
llJUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly arid monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVl-SQUK, Proprietor
Laughton CB, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
I.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Bent Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOISTE      JFIROF.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Prop*
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
FINE ENGRAVING IN
SEPIA OF THE BORDEH
CABINET   	
For Readers of the News-Advertiser
EVERYONE want" a picture of the members of the Government
of Canada. The "News-Advertiser" haa had prepared tor the exclusive use of its readers in this province a large engraved plate of
Rt. Hon. R, I.. Borden and his Ministers.
This group is redrawn from the latest photographs of the eighteen Ministers who compose the advisers of His Roval Highness the
Governor-General. It ia printed in sepia on heavy hoard ready for
framing, and will he ofthe greatest educational value in the home,
the school and the library.
The Prime Minister, HON. R. I,. BORDEN, occupies a central
position, and is shown standirg at the head of the Council Table.
Seated about him are his colleagues.
Dimly in the background the features of Sir John Macdonald
look down on his successors.
HOW TO OBTAIN THE PICTURE
This tine engraving, of which a limited number have been prepared, will be sent FREE OF CHARGE to new subscribers, or
to old subscribers, who renew their subscriptions for one year ($.*)•
For out-of-town subscribers the picture will be tubed and postage
prepaid.
Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment of 50 cents. II
mailed, ten cents extra for tubing and poslage.
Applications and remittances leash must accompany order), must
be made to
The Circulation Manager "News=AdvertLser"
VANCOUVER. B. O.
liquor by retail In the hotel known
us the Criterian hotol, situate at
Oamborne, In the Province ol BritiBh
Columbia.
Dated this 15th dny of October, 1912
W. 3. R1SNNIK,
1st iss. Oc.  IC, 30d. Applicant.
WHITE STAR-DOMINION CANADIAN SERVICE
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notico is hereby given thut on the
let Uuy ul December next, appiica -
tion will be made to tho Superintendent ol Provincial Police for renewal
of the hotel liceiiBO to sell liquor uy
retail in tbe hotel known as the City
Hotel, situate in Arrowhead, prov -
iuce ol BritiBh Columbia.
Dated thia I'Jth day of October,
1913,
ROBERT  OAYLBY,
1st iiSB.   Oc.19  30d. Applicunt.
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notico is hereby given that, ou the
tirst day of December next, applica-
tion will bo made to the Superin
tendent oi Provincial Police for
renewal of tbe hotel Ucuubo lo sell
liquor by retail iu the hotel knowii
as the St. Leon botel, situute ut Bt,
Leon, iu the Province ol British
Columbia.
Dated this loth day ot October, 1)11
M.  GRADY,
1st iis, Oc. 10, 30d. Applicunt.
ROYAL MAIL STKAMERS
AUTUMN SERVICE CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
Montreal Cmebee        Liverpool Portland, Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA From From
  Portland     Halifax
New s.s.  "Laurentic". .Dec    1   Dec.    8
s.s. Canada Saturday, Nov. 16      "   s.s   Teulontic....     '    14       "   15
New s.s. Meg.nitic Nov. 23      "   s s. Canada    "    11       "   22
New s.s. Megantic and Laurentic, li.OOO tons, Largest from Canada, all
classes carried.
SS Teutonic, 682 feet, 18,000 h. p. S S. Canada, 514 feet, 10.0U0 tons.
Carry only second and third class, baggage checked througn to steamer in
bond.    Nu hotel or Transfer Expenses,
WHITE STAR LINS WHITE STAR LINE
New York       Queenstown       Liverpool » V-              £&£*&    Ch«^
"S.S. Cymric Nov. 16    SS. Majestic Nov. 16
S. S. Baltic     "   .11     S.S. Oceanic  Nov. 23
S. S. Celtic     "     5   * s.S. St. Louis Nov. 30
"S.S. Cyrillic carries passengers in one cabin class (III §52.50 and third class
$31.25.    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.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Rovelstoke. B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Ke val stoke,    B.   O.,
Cranbrook., B. O.
Geo. B. McCarur,
A. M. Pinkham,
Revelatoke,
aad
J. A. Harvey
Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Hnglneennt
McKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   )0«.    HEVMLBTOKbl
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.8.A.
ARCHITECT
P. 0. Box 146, RevelBtoke, B.C.
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No.  ',. A.  F.
ami A. M.
Regular meetings are beld ln MAS
ONIC TEMPLE. Oddlellows' Hall
on tbs Third Monday in eaeb month
at 8 p. in. Visiting brethren ai>
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON, Secretary.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice ia hereby given that, on the
first day ol December next, application will be made to tbe Superintendent of Provincial Police Ior
renewal of the botel hcon.se to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Hotel Queens situate at Comaplix, in the Province ot British
Columbia.
Dated this 15th day ot October, 1912
J. H.  YOUNG,
1st iss. Oc. 16 30d. Applicant.
O. W. O.  W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 12}
Musts Second    and     Fourth Wednes
days   in each  month ln    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
A.  J. WOODLAND,  Con.  Com
JAMES  McINTYRE.  Olerk.
COURT     UT.      BEGBIE,    No.  MU.
OF I. O. F.
Meets In I. a O. F.  Hall next    to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Viaitlng bretbren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
wm. s. Cameron. »,■<•*•<■
SELKIRK      LODGE 12,  1.  O.  O.  F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   la
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.      Visiting
bretbren cordially  Invited.
JOHN LYON      N. G.
JAS.   MATHIE,   Sec.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day ol December next, application will be made to the Superintendent ol Provincial Police for
renewal ol the hotel license to sell
liquor by retuil in the hotel known
an tbe Lardeau botel, situate at
Comaplix, in tbe Province of British
Columbia.
Dated tbis 15tb day of October, 1912 j
RUSSELL M. EVANS,
1st iss. Oc. 16, nud. Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given tbat, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to ths Superintendent ol Provincial Police tor
renewal ol tbe hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
us the Lakeview botel, situate at
Arrowheud, in thc Province ol British Columbia.
Dated thiB 15th day of October, I'll2
CHAPMAN  & IRWIN,
1st iss. Oc. 16. .I'M. Applicants
E.   Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Ropt.it-*, Hot Air, Pip*
and Furnmo woik
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnftught Avo.   •   Hoveistok*
UNION HOTEL
ARHOWHHAD. B.O.
Npenlal Attention given to rommerrla!
nun and tourists. Klrst-rU" sampl*
m"ms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of    P..
NO. K,  REVELSTOKE,  B.   O.
Meets every  Wednesday except   tbt
Third Wednesday ot each month      io
Oddfellows' Hall at » o'clock.  Viaitlng  Knifhtu ars rnrdlallT tnvlt«d.
F. W. TERRY, C. 0.
O. H. BROOK, K. of R. * B.
V     nf  af
LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.
Notice Is hereby Riven tbut, on the
flrst day of December next, application «ill bt mude to thc Superintendent ol Provincial Police tor
renewal ol the hotel limine to Bell
liquor by retail In the hotel known
us the Kvu hotel, situate at Camborne, in the l'tovmre ol l.rit,00 Columbia.
Dated this IMh day ol Octolior, 1912
H. G. WARE,
lit iti. 0t, IC, m, Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Natice is hereby given thnt, on the
first day ol December next, application wlll be mude to tho Superintendent of Provincial Police (or
renew ul ol the hotel license to soil
liquor by retail iu thu botel known
as thu Beaton botel, situate at Boat
ou, in the Province ol British Columbia.
Dated this lith day of October,. 1912
H. NELLIS,
1st   Ibb.   Oc.   16,   iliid. Applicant.
LIQUOR  ACT,  1910.
Notice in hereby given that, on the
flrst day of December next, application will be mude to tbe Superintendent ol Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license lo sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
us the Halcyon Hot Springs hotel,
situute at Halcyon, in thc Provlnco
of  BritiBh Oolumbia.
Dated thiB 15th day of  October, 1912
WILLIAM   BOYD,
1st iss. Oc. MS, .md. Applicaat
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
flrst day ot December next, application wlll bo made to the Sti|»crin-
tcudent ol Provincial l*o»lce tor
renewal ol tbc hotel ltcagisc  to   tell
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notico is hereby given tbat, ou the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license lo sell
liquor by retail in the hotel Knowu
as the Union hotel, situate at Arrow-
bead in the Province of British Columbia.
Dated tbis 15th day ot October, 1912
W. J. LIGHTBURNE,
1st  ies.   Oc.   16,  Hod. Applicant.
MINING NEWS    j
OF BIG BEND
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notice iB hereby given that, ou the
first day of December next, upplicu-
tion will be mude to the Superintendent of Provincial Police ior
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel knowii
as the Clai-ier House, situute ut Glacier, in the Province ol British Co -
lumbia.
Dated thiB 15th day of October, 1912
Canadian Pacilic Railway Company,
1st iss.  Oct.  16,  30d. Applicant.
thin, there was 12ft. 6in. of ore ex -
posed and ore still in the face ot tbc
Working, Tbe value of thin ore is
riven aa (rom JS0 to tlOO u Ion. An
little   production   ol   importunce    has
  j been made this part ol the company's
Some placer gold recently exhibited   property in  recent  years, this find is
in Hevelstoke hus assisted in caising   regarded as one of  the  most import-
renewed interest to be taken In i,ac-   ant developments experienced for     a
et- gold mining on creeks In tiie Big   long time past.
Bond part of Revelstoke mining divis!    The Nettie i. .rmcrly   was
ion. Tbc heap contained between ft r- one of the largest shipping mines of
ty and lifty oz. of plucir gold recov- the Lardeau district, has been leased
cred by Mr. L.N. Remillard from bis to Messrs. S. A. Sutherland & Co.,
placer ciuims on French Creek, situ - alter having been unworked for about
ated immediately above the property seven years. The leasees have been
worked in pa-t years ny tue oid operating here aboul three months,
French Creek Mining Company. Mr. and already have taken out a carload
Remillard hus been working hero foi of ore of excellent grade, while cotv-
auout two years uad .s now .veil ditlons indicate that it will be practi
pleased with tbe results no is gcttlug cable to continue production.
The local water supply Situation it, -Noble Five Group—Mr. Andrew M.
not favorable to tbe recovery of gold Craig of Trout Lake city has exposed
alter thc bogino'ajj c October, '.,. in a 24ft. open cut, on one of the
lie is continuing work In preparation elaima ot bin Noble Five group at 7ft
lor gravel washing wnau conditions lead of quarts matter in slate Bcbtst
shull allow of its uetug done. He and diorlte. In this there is ubout
believes he has louud un old channel I0tn, ol sol. I stripping ir A crosscut
through his ground and ib.il P. will aJlt ban been driven 90ft, und to get
pay him well to work it. under   tbe     abovi mentioned     good
Higher up French i'reek is suual showing'of ore this will huve to lie
ed the Pioneer Plaw Milling I uni - extended aboul 50ft. A depth ol S5
pany's ground, to wbica, it bus le.-i. tt. Irom the surface will be gained,
reported, a KeysUue drill was taken and, owiug to tbe steepnesi of tbe
lately for the purpose ol testing the mountain, the gain in depth will be
ground Ior prospective purchasers. loot for loot of drving, when the
Below the Remillard grotii; urf- terse lead shall have been crosscut, and
placer leaBi-a beld by u Revelstoke tjn drifting into the mountain lie done,
dicate, which bus obtained a wa er A shipment oi seventeen tons of ore
record and intends to >on; this pt j- 'rom this property gave u net return
perty next season. It is thought tns'ot JS3 a ton, after payment o! *41.W
old channel above referred to er.s.-es'n ton foi packing, freight and treat
these leases, and that it Will be ment, making the total value nf the
found to contain good pay ground.      | ore 1124.50 a  ton.    Supplies will    be
Smith Creek—Chicago and Washing   taken   in   to   tbe   cal In   shortly,
ton     men     have obtained an option   thut  work  may   be  resumed      before
from Mr. Harry   Howard on his claims' next spring.
near the mouth of Smith Creek, and1, The Noble five group -.9 near the
(routing on the Columbiu river. This head ot Brown Creek, a tributary of
ground (ormerly was held by the old I Ten-mile Creek, and is on thc south-
Columbia Hydraulic Miuiug Company I P1'n part of Silver Cup Mountain. It
The bonders have also secured stwen >s some -i tvAtie beyond the Winslow
placer leases up Smith Creek to the' group, and is distant eight miles
• westward, and they purpose licginniug 'rom Trout Luke,
mining operations next spring. Horseshoe—Mr.   Craig has had paok
Other     Creeks-Two placer      leases' "'I out from  the  Horseshoe,  which is
NOTICE
Notice is heceby given, thai an ap
plication will be made to the Parliament of Canada at the next Session
thereof, for an Act to incorporate a
Company under ihe name ol "THIS
WETASKIWIN, YELLOWHEAD und
ttlCVELSTOKE RAILWAY COM
PANY'," witb power to construct and
operute the lollowing lines, uamely:
from the City of Wetaskiwin, iu the
Province of Alberta in a westerly
direction to thc Saskatchewan Hiver;
thence westerly following the valley
of the Brazeau River or BUch other
valley as may be found practical to
or near the head waters of the Bra -
zeau River, thence in a north-westerly direction down the Hocky River
Vulley, or such other course as muy
be found feusible, to tho Yellowhead
Pass or Buch other pass as may be
found practical; tbence in a westerly
and south-westerly direction to the
hcud wuters of the Canoe River iu
the Province o( British Columbia;
tbence down the valley oi the Canoe
River, or such other valley as may be
found practical, to the junction of tho
Canoe River with the Columbia River; theuce down the Columbia River
valley to tho City of Revelstoke in
the Province ol British Columbia.
I Dated at Wetaskiwin in the Prov -
jlnce of Alberta the 24th day of October, A.D., 1911.
LOGOIE  and MANLEY,
of Wetaskiwin, Alberta, Solicitors
1st issuo Oc. 30, aw.    for Applicants
have  been  tuken  up on    ground
I three miles by trail from Trout Lake
Eight-mile   Creek,   and   Mr.   Raymond|»">, » »<*  »»»• "f sortcd ore tMm'
Allen has done a lot of work on Cump
Creek. Several plucer leuses have
beeu taken up on other Big Bend
creeks so thut ultogcther much activity in placer gold mining next seus-
on is looked for.
Micu in Big Bend—Two syndicateB,
one of Culgury und thc other ot Hevelstoke, have secured niica-beunng
ciuims ut the head of Big Bend, and
good samples of mica huve been obtained.
LARDEAU   MIN INC.
The outlook for mining in Larxleau
district iB now better than for several years, as will be indicated by the
■following items of mining news:
Ferguson Mines Limited—The prospects for shipping ore the ensuing
winter from this Company's Silver
Cup mine are promising; it is stated
that not Ior ut leust three years
have conditions been .-,o favorable as
now. During last summer the development work done resulted in the
mine having been placed on a basis
that will allow of profit being earned
on mining operations. This is the
more encouraging since it is expected that returns will be made showing
a larger output of Bilver-lead ore and
proportionate earnings.
On the company's Ajax claim,
adjoining the Nettie L., distant about
onr mile from the town of Ferguson,
a recent development is attracting
much notice throughout the district.
In rasing Irom No. 1 level, at be -
tween 30 and 40 feet up, a body ol
galena ore was found. When the information     was  received    concerning
HEAVY DRINKER CURED
Samaria Cured Him and He Helps
Others
ited to run ubout $300 a ton. Work
will be continue.1 in the winter, aud
it is expected that more ore will be
available for shipment by the tune
the trail shall t>e good enough lor
packing. The Horseshoe adjoint the
Lucky Boy, which latter, as well as
the K-h-i. bas been a shipper in the
past.
Other Properties—Besides those above mentioned, there are other properties in various parts o! Trout Lake
mining division that are having attention, so that from some ol these,
as well good results are expected.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenuy.
Take uotice tbat  1,   William lloyd,
oJ   Halcyon,   B.C.,   occupation,  Hotel
(Keeper,   intends  to apply  (or pcii.iis-
auon to purchase tbe lollowiug dMCTlb
ed laud:
Commencing at a l'ost clan'., I at
the North West Coruer of Lot 100,
Croup 1; theuce north mi chains following lake shore, theuce cuet 40
chains, ihence south HO chains, thence
west in cbains to point of commencement.
Dated September 24th, 1912.
1st issue Sept. 28 Wm. BOYD.
NOTICE
NtlBon Land District.
DiBtrict of West Kootenuy.
Take notice that Patrick J. Murphy
of  West Demurs,  H. C,     occupation,
Rancher, Intends to upply for permission in purchuse the following described lunds:
Commencing at n post planted at
lho North EaBt Corner ol District
Lot No. S504, tbence east ill chains, i
thencc sou<h 20 chains, thence west
20 chains, theuce north 20 chains, to
point of commencement, containing
40 acres. Land Bitunted enst ol East
Demtvri, B. 0, Date of Location, De-1
ccmlier 3rd, 1911.
Duted October 17th,  1912.
PATRICK  J.  MURPHY.'
A man who ha* been released frnm
the awful cravings of drink, nnd
whose first thought Is to help Others,
ntlOWS the spirit of tms brotherhood
nnd phllnnthropy.     Head his letter:
"The   Samaria    Jtemedy     Co.,     Toronto,
Ont.:
"Wlll vnu pl»na,. a«nd m» hook nn
drink, nltn clrculsra relating to youi
valued remedy for tbs drink habit. I wiih
to hand these xo a friend uh'. la folns
to ruin through drink. Yo-i wlll remember that I hav« taken your remedy ami
1 find it nil you claim It to be. I never
think of inking or ,laing strong drink in
nny way, as all desire for it haa. Itft me
I cannot speak too highly of your wonderful remedy. Y.mi mav ua* mv name
In   nny   way   you   wish   ln   public.
"tf.   UlywhRe,   HrV-'.M    rat,. "
Hamnrbi Proscription Is tasteless
ond odorless, nnd dissolve* Instantly
In tea nr coffee, or ran be mixed with
fnnd. It rati ne> given with or *vlth-
nut the patient's knowledge. It re-
mnves the craving for drink builds up
tho system and reatnres the nervcea
T>rlnk becomes distasteful and «v»n
nauseous,
Iirlnk la a disease, not a crime
One drink nf whlakev always Invites
another. The Inflamed nervea Mnd
stomach create a cra'-lng Hint >-o,M
either he satisfied tr. mora whiskey
or romnvnd by scientific trcottnoi-t
like fiamnrla Prescription. Pamarla
Proaorlr-tlon tins born In regular nnd
SUCOessful nee by physician* and I
pltals for over ten years
Tf you know- nf any -family needing
Bamnrla -Prearrlptinn, tell them about
It. If you hnve a husband, father or
friend that Is drifting in'" drink. h"lp
him   sav,--  himself.     Write  to-day
A FltFiF TRIM, PACKAGE of Bamarla Provafrlptlon, with booklet, glv.
Ing full particulars, tastlmnnlals price,
etc, WHI be sent absnlntely free and
postpaid in plnln sealed package tn
ftnynn* asking fnr It and mentioning
this paper. Correspondence aaor' Ily
confidential     Vfrlte to-day,
TTIE SAMAltIA REStTO* CO.,
Dept 4ft. 49 Colhorno street. Toronto,
Canadn.
Also for Sale by    ('.  R, Macdonald.
Druggist, Revclstolic, 8. 0.
Wetaskiwin, Revelstoke Ry.
The announcement is tnude that a
company, uctmg through solicitors at
Wetaskiwin, Alta., have uied prelimin
ary pluus aud nolle ol .Mention ot
upplyiug to tue laeii session of the
Dominion Parliament for a charter
under tbe i ompany nume o: Wetaskiwin. Ye.lowhcad & Revelstoke Hail-
wuy with powers to construct, own
and operute a new line ul railway to
be built Irom the prairie city to Uev-
eistoke, with connections south to the
I'n.ted States at Spokane. Tbe line
would tup tbe prairie wheat belus,
the Brazeau coul helds and tbe fruit
lunds, agricultural districts, mineral
und timber lands of the lnleiior ol
British Columbiu.
At Itevelstoke u connection would
be made with tbe Columbia Hiver,
which, when opened to navigation, as
foreshadowed in tbe report of the Dominion survey puny now engaged in
the wurk ot lovesttguting tbe same,
will give an all-year-round water
transport, with a minimum depth
ul fourteen leet, Irom Portland, Ore,
to ltevelstuke, providing tbc cheapest
and most direct route for all bulky
shipments from interior points uud
tbe prairie to tbe Pacibc seaboard.
Tbc C.P.R, main line from Calgary
crosses the Columbia Hiver waterway
ut Hcvcletuke, and wheu tbe preseut
brunch from Itevulstoke to Arrowheud
.s connected up with the Trout Lake
line and tbe Crow's Nest i'ass, thie
■ ity wiil be the junction lor three
greut railways uud the bead ol water
truosport un tbe Columbia, justi!)iug
ItS ,u.poi tance us a shipping point by
Virtue of its geographical position in
the centre of Southern British Colum
bia.
Tbe progress of the new railway
pi imoters »iii be watched with   the
Keenest interest, and no cllort will be
spared on the part ol all classes ol
the conimuu.ty  to  puuh forward    thf
organising and ttuUdlni ot this new
railway artery.
The lnt-cn-iits now engaged in dsvjl-
iiping the Brazeau conl holds are the
Capitalist* who have taken the -jrat
step in applying for the charter, but
a coincidence thai  Mr. John D.
d-.bbald. ol the Hevelstoke general
Agencies, while in London, sectir< '
support for un almost similar inc.—
News Advertiser, Vancouver.
Llyi'OR ACT.  l'JIO.
Notice Is hcc-i.j   given that, on tbo
'   i :mbcr  ueit,   application will  ' E   mad,   to tbi.   liupcrintcn-
dent of Provincial Police for renewal
ot the  hotel  license to sell liquor  by
retail in  tbe     hotel     known  as the
0lacier House bot.-l, situate at O'.ac-
ier, in thc Province of British Columbia.
Dated thi--  16th of October,  1912.
.1   Id. YOUNG, Applicant.
.tr. issut Nov. g, WEDNESDAY,   $0\ EMBER   I
the 3vl^i3>xt:e:r.a_l:ix revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   6,   1012.
CONVENTION FOR
REVtlaSlUKt
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B mei   to Vei non and
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waa ,,.   in    ent i    tbi ol tho
provu dai   dei   oj   lenl
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ous tu tnat ol the wheat  growers oi
tbe  pralr.e  provinces.  They an-  both
: .- in their pn
sent  '...   ities can    ake i are of.    The
sit ual thi relore in thi  nature of
gn ■• ng    ] .        an    ■ • cation
ol ... ;     : dissolution.  It.
i ca-t alai m, Sti ps     will
aoon      taken ...    , central
telling        ...   ind cold storage plants
which thi   present surplus
of product.on or     rath -r the annoy -
i,- es y. | resent laced.
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to  a ...        1   ■
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tbut
heuc- forth I tbe I
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oun is ap    the North West Corner ol    Lot 9823,
to dividei   . ... ..iln. In   thence  wesl   10 ehuins, theuce   south
I result    ..:'  the  parcels   10 chains,     thenco     oasl    40 chains,
.1  other  il   lands oonlrontlng   thence north 10 chains to point     of
pan    . unity ar-  coiumenconiinl and    containing     Did
irefroin turo oaruiugs  acres  more or  less,
torB ...  justifled    In      Duted Octobei   auth,   1912.
...   ibis time." ; .    UVU r.i.   JA ilKS   HARLOW.
Isl is. ue  Nov. li
.lit.   Mltil  hr,,,:
NOTICIU
iw ".. ■ *"nrr»"Ty*T
"TT<t.
iuu Mil i\u iilah ni.L'ii ibli iiiic
I III J   ..Cliuli}
We  pi on ..:,  il  your  bail'
■ lulling out aim noi  .....
go too   .   , you cuii  rei ati   11)    dam
........      ij     using    o. ... i
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au ii..   iui   . , i ream nui .   .. n
gth ... scientific, clean
sing   un      ,   ic,      .:...,.   ,.:.,.,..,
: ,.   .   .    ....
.    . n     ,i ..Mn,!     the
ii.ui   roots,     mi oinoi      hull' nourish - j
meat,   i. in  md  ui i     to
.:    :.■ ..I ti.    i.    is   as   ; ll
ant to no water,  and  is di I
ical ■.    ii ia ,i  i. al   loilol
lty.
Wi   want  you to n>      Rexall "911"
Hair Ti a     n-itl i  pi oi ii     that H
will cos.   j      -   thing unit ■  you an
perfectly    al    i  .  with  i      usi It
comes .ii  two     rli       50i    and
Rei     i.. i  can  obtain
Rexall  i: in this     community
ouly   al    OUI    ....      I .. .   ... :.:,!!   ,-.:,.i ,-.
Walter ! i ..  ' Drug I tore.
BUSINESS LOCALS
i 111 an coal ui t oursicr's.
ii . be said "bring . • latcs" nne
means "i iugai  Uowl    i li     dates.
Tbc "Sugar Uowl'      hot cbocoluto,
coliee  ami  tea,  etc.,   is   unsurpassed.
Clean, smokeless, furnace lump un.l
am coul iii Coursier's.
The "Sugar Uowl i.'ouniaiiij', like
i bariiea Aunt, is still runuing. We
.iie siiii serving out to satisfied cus-
lomeis our uciicious ice cream, iiu.iais
and  biiudaes.
All subscribers not receiving the paper regularly ure requested to com -
iiuinicuie with tbe editor. Mail Herald
uox 914, RevelBtoke B.C., in order
that their complaints may ne reclined! Write yonr full iiuuie unu ml -
dress legibly, and your complaint will
uo attended to promptly.
Her time   u.is wrong,   hei   tune  u.is
bud;
The  bluck  Key  buid)   made  her sud,
She said good bye to all tho lUBS,
And  bought a Oolirlay Aug.;;;.-,
At the Kevelstoke .Music Btore.
The "Sugur Uowl" Luncheonette is
now running in connection with our
-o.lu fountain. Ladies will Ond here
a comfortable pluce to gi i an afternoon    cup of    tea, cl late,   i
••e,' tea and Ugh ents.
Itevelstoke Land District,
District oi West Kootenay.
Take notico tnat i, James .■■
of  Nakusp.  i.a ., occupation, Ueutie
mon,  intonds to apply lor permissiou
to purcbase the  following     described
lauds:
Commencing at ,-i post planted at
the North biasi Corner ol Lot 8S00,
tbence north 21 chains, ihence west
2ii chains, thenct south 20 chains,
theuci easl 20 chains to place of com
iiieiiceini in , containing 10 acres more
Of  less.
Hilled del,....■:   3rd,   1912,
JAMBS SNEDDON.
iSl      ISM.,       I      I  111
NO'l tClS
Revelstoke Land District.
District ol  WeBl  Kootenay.
Take notice thai l. Flora Georgina
Mossman. occupation Married Woman
intends tei npply lot- permission to
purchase thc lollov ing described lands
Commencing at ti posl planted ou
the survey bouud U'5 ol Slot k 818, ol
I f.e Kaslo nn Sim itu Hallway Grant
about one mile [rom tbe Arrow Luke
on the ens-t side and ubout. two miles
nortli of the Town ol Nukusp, thence
north l'ii chains, i beni easl 30 chains,
thence south 20 chains, thence west
20 chuius to the point ol rotiniici.ee-
menl and containing lorty ncres more
,.l    less.
Dated October 21th, l 118.
FLORA  GKORGIN \   MOSSMAN.
Ist   is-lle   Nov.   It
•as.
Uevelstoke Laud District.
District oi Vital Kootonay.
i ake nui.ee that 1, Adelard t>.
Blondin, ol Halcyon, 13, C, occupa -
tiou bhlpwight, intends to apply lot
permission io purcuuse ibe loliowlug
described lands:
Commencing at a poet plunted lit)
ciiains soutn of a point iu tue douiu
uouuiiary of Lot ,.m-, Uroup uue,
Kooienuy Dlstriut, whlcn point is
distant .u cha.us rtost from tue
South l'.usc Coruer o. cam but ibii,
,m i marked "Ad lard . . Blondin's
North-blast Corner I osl ', thanoe
south i.i chains, then i wost 20 cbains
thenco noiih 40 chains, thence oastaiO
cbains to tbe pomt oi commencement
containing 80 acres more or less.
Dated  the 2Srd  September, 1912,
ADhiLAKD  S,  ULONDIN.
Agent.
1st  issue Sept.  25th
NOTICE
fik H   FULL   LINE  OF   GENT'S   SHOES
>»L i ^tLTaei-.i s p>:- ftp yggfe
OPEN  I-VCNlNao UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK
RevelBtoke Luud District.
District oi West Kootonay,
Tuke notice, that I, John Albert
Langa, oi Loudon, binglaud, occupation, traveller, intends to apply tor
uermibsion to purchase the lolloiviug
described  land:
i ommencing ui a poBt planted by
North ci.ist Corner ol Lot uuui. on
ii.. Upper Arrow Lake, and nin'ked
"J.A.L.S.H. Oorner." thencc north
40 chains ulong the Bhore ol Airow
Lake, theuce west -'.' chains, tbtu-.e
.-,,,.i ii in chains, thence east 2'J cb.alns
to point ol commencement, containing i>0 acres, moie or less.
Dated  1:1th September,  1912.
JOHN ALBURT l.A.Vlid,
I'er Fredrick W. Terry, .Agent.
1st  issue Sept. iliilh
et us Loan
You lhe Money
AT
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Tho well known Keen Ktit 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
Hoot ami Shoe Repairers, Sudriltirs Harness Makers
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REGULATIOtiS.
Coal mining rights ot the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan uud Al-
berta, the i'ukon Territory, the
North-west Territ rles and m a portion ol tbe Province ol British Col
la, may he leused lor a term oi
twenty-one years ut nn .unu.al rental ol tl an acre. Not more thuu
■ w 11 be leased to one ap
i   cant.
tpnllcation lor lease must be mou,
ID      to     llle
Ageul   ot     Sub-Agent  ol the district
rights    p|   ed tor    ari
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Revelstoke Land District.
District oi lust Kootenuy.
Take uotice that 1, William Dilloi,
oi Spokane, Wash., occupuiiou Meut-
cutter, iuteuds to apply Ior permis -
sion lo purchase the lollowiug described  lunds:
Commencing at a post planted
ul,out id chains east ol the Southwest Corner ot Lot 7G7SI und Joutb-
east corner ol Lot 10856, thence south
IU chains, west lu chains, nortli -10
chuius and eust lu chains to poiut
ot commencement, uud containing UU
ucres,  more or less.
Luted August HUth, 1912.
WILLIAM B1LFOR,
James lisber, Ifeat.
1st issue Sept. 11
.NOTICK
Hoke Land liistri;'..
Kismet oi West Kootenaj"
i.o..  notice thai i,    ICtnel Vercod
lloyd,   oi   iluicyou,   B.C.,   oo-. ipui.oa,
Married Wuir.au, .uteuds tj ul'Wy tor
m purchase tm lollowing
.til  laml:
Commencing at a    post planted i.u
cbuins in a westerly direction,    licin
the  South  blast Corner oi  l.-l  .
1,      theuce  lu  nuiuis  t,ouii>,
.-   ..est to lake shore,
chains    north, thenco tn
ut  to ,'oini oi commencement,  containing  Iou acris mure    , i
.ess.
Diitcii   .->epteaiLer 2IUa,  a Ji-.
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I'er   ■• Ag« .:.
pay orr
MORTGAGES
OK HViPROVE
HEAL ESTATE
Sec Our Plan
Phone, Write or Call
IHE CANADIAN HOME
INVESTMENT CO.. LID.
C, B. MARSHALL
Repieseutative
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Howson (^> Co.
Are  prepared to  Sell   Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum  and  alll  House  Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
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NOTICE
I have opened iii> a Restaurant in Lower Town
nnd will serve nil Chi-
nese dishes, such as chop
Suey, Noodles, etc.
Ol'EN ALL NIGHT
KEE MOOiN
First Door West, .W\i to Fire Hall
TELEPHONE    101
Dress Making
A. E. S. Tailoring Sohool
Having now secured suitable
premises, will open in (he
TAYLOR BLOCK, over
McRae Mercantile Co.'s
.store, Mondav, October 7.
All orders for dtessmaking
promptly and skilfully attended I ...
Two Nighl classes weekly Wednesday .uul Friday. Hours Irotu ? to 9.
Day hour-, from fl to IJ; 1 to 4:30.
Catherine Goodwin
Box 26      -    Revelstoke, B.C
Fr uii Lands
FOR SALE
Unions. P.-iy lamln in pantelp of
10 or '20 acre" or en bloc. Corrcs-
pondence invited,
John Shaw. Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
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. 60
8. G. ROBBINS
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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
I'lioue 281 Ninl" Plione 40 P. l>.  Uox Ab')
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business f
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and  Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds ot repair work done in good order.
We huve a full 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 FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
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Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Sin^r-
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bines
For S le or Hire
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MANNING.   ARent,
J.P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer    Draytng
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85'
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody kimwH bim, be will
li-ll ymi that the whiskeys we are
rn lllng are tlie belt, (lull ami be
convinced. No hniisehnlil ■■!..iiiiii
lie wit limit a siipply of nut Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 yean uld or Blackberry Brandy
for Medlolnal purpoeee, Ouritook
nl i-lu'ii ,• Wines am! Llqunn uf all
klndl in" unexi-elled. Hnltl Iiy all
tin' leading botelt, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers ned Oonlora in Pure Wlnos. Llquore, Cigars and Cigarettes
r
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch, 1 % inch lo 3 inch
Dry Cotlonwood
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Site for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Street and Smelter Track
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WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   6,    1012.
THE J&A.TTj-TTTQTI.A.JLJ^,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   C,   1912.
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
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 yon good
service in standard lines of line
hose at any price from	
25c. to $3
Gloves
Vou 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
line line of long silk and kid
gloves for evening wear at	
$lto $3
Evening Dresses
A special showing of dainty
evening Dresses in Ninon de
Soi, Dew-drop Nets, Chiffons,
etc., ready to put on, at	
$15 to $35
Co sure to get your copy of
Thc Fall Quarterly Style
Book before making up
any n-3w garments, as it illustrate;, 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 sizes, at	
50c. to $5
Get It at Humes
Ladies* Aviation Caps
In the new knit heavy Eiderdown wool, all colors and all
si/es, at 	
$1 to $1.75
Genoa Silk Knit Aviation
Caps, something very new, in
new colorings, Tans, blue, etc.
Very nice and dressy, at eaeh. . .
$2.50
New Wool Gloves
and Mitts for Misses, Girls and
Ladies, in all kinds and all colors and sizes, at	
25c. to $1.00
Ruchings, Rufflmgs
New Ruchings and Rufflings
in the new pleated Lace and
Chiffon ideas, white and colois,
all widths	
25c. to 75c.
Groceries and Crockery Department
Fure Honey
We have just placed in stock a large shipment
of Pure Honey, fresh from Brussels, Ont., in
5 Ih. and io lb. tins, and half lb. \ lb. and
I lb. Mrs; quart scalers.
See Our Corner Window for
Classy Biscuits
Huntley & Palmers are fresh from their
Factory in Kngland. Christie's are 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.
20 oz. bottles Bovril Cordial.
4 oz. bottles Bovril.
2 oz. bottles Bovril.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
Post Toasties,   Corn Flakes,   ,}  packages for
25 cents.
Water Glasses.    Reg.   $1   per  dozen.    Sale
Price, 60c. per dozen.
Cups and Saucers, blue and pink bands.   Keg.
Price, $2.75 per doz.      Sale I'rice, $1.35
per dozen.
Choice Teas
Sunbeam Tea, Red, good, per lb       40c.
Sunbeam Tea, blue, best, per lb      50c.
Special Sale of Ladies' Warm Winter Underwear
TABLE No. ONE
Vests and Drawers, mixed wool and cotton,
white and natural, any size, good, warm, fleecy
knit	
Three Pieces for $1, or Each 35c.
TABLE No. TWO
Vests, drawers and tights, some all wool and
a few sizes in children's, natural and white	
50c. per Garment
TABLE No. THREE
Fine All-wool Vests for Ladies. Some short
sleeves, mostly full size long sleeves, in white
and natural at 	
75c. Per Garment
TABLE No. FOUR
Finest all-wool Vests,   ladies' sizes   only, fine,
natural wools and white wools, silk trimmed.
$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 rut, 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
Wo 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 SLIPPERS
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.
1 Icavy fell soles with leather finish	
Prices. 75c. to $1.50 Per Pair
WOMENS" JULIETTES, 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
MENS PELT SLIPPERS, in high and
Iou cut.    Light cr dark shade	
Prices, $1.25 to $1.00
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CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20c. to 50c, also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Oarpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer tor IO
days only.
LINOLEUM
This week we have opened up our Fall consignment of the best Scotch
printed and inlaid linoleum, some very good designs in black and white,
green and white, tile, etc., also oak flooring and Parquet design. Now is
the time to make your Selections while the stock is all here. Oome and
see them anyway.
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* WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  6.   1912.
TIIE JVLi^IL-IIEIt^.Lr),  RETELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NoVKMUlSR  6,   llll!!.
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I Going; Now at Sale Prices
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The Entire Stock of Womens" Long Coats and Suits
All New Fall and Winter Styles
Ladies' Navy Bine Serge Suits
Sizes 36 and 34.     Rjegular S28.00.
Sale Price.       $19.00
Ladies' Tweed Suils
Regular Ptice S22.50. Now $15.50
Ladies' Long Coats
One lot   to  clear at $10.    Regular
$20 Coals.  S::!e Price $15.00
Misses Fall Coats
Regular Price $9.00.   Sale Price- -
$6.50
Tlie.se Coats will lit ({Iris Irom   1" to l-l years.
imn Allies guarantees relative to tlio
conditions nl peace. An armistice, he
Bald, would check the advance of the
Allien at the height of their victories
ami give the Turks time to reorganize an-d strengthen their army.
ASKS GERMANY'S AID.
Berlin,, Nov. 1—The Turkish ambas-
. sudor presented late today to the
Foreign Ofllce a communication Irom
his government asking the Powers'
good olllces to bring about an armistice. Germany Immediately put herself into communication with the
other live Powers, with a view to car
1 rying out the request.
CQM1HG BE
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November 11 and every night—Vaudeville at the Empress theatre.
January 2—Imperial Bell Riogers, at
Empress theatre.
January 16—Pan American Douh.e
Quartette,  Umpre .. theatre.
Call in and See the List of Goods We Are Offering
at such a Large Reduction in Price
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Im Preserving I-'ruits we banille only ihe best.    [£ you wish to  probe  beaten  either iu quality "r price, we
would advise you to place your ordei >wih us.   We will guarantee de-
ul .ill orders lal.en.
l-wjrr jau.s and i;rjti:i:us
This season we are band celebrated Mason Fruit J^rs in Pints.
Quarts and hull pillons.   These jars require no comment.    Tbey are
pai excellence.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
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Revelstoke Inside Property
Real :   tab nol gel in belort all tbe most desir
able residi ntial lots are taken up;
Last week iw tu idi bi ,-eral ■ toil •.., - to Ioi i] buyers ami ii will only be a
short nine in i .u iih-m lots lire all closed out.
vail at nui office uud gel lull particulars, Aii oui property ean be sold
oil >.i-> U-rius.
Kootenay Jigencies. Limited
ihu.-    Bhowing ...
mouths il ovei  (I -
Pbi   ■    ilti    month bj    th,     so
lai have been In excess ul     pn -
years, and the total
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TURKISH APPEAL
holds tint iiuiau
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C. 11 Employees Strike
Fort William, Ont., Nov. l — Tae
stall ol the Dominion grain inspection
ollice bore went out on strike today,
takini advantage of the stirfke of the
O.P.R. employous. The strike did not
last long, however, as the grain com
mlssloners, when seen by a depute -
tion, siate.l that they would do all
In their power to have the request
of  tbe   men satisiied.
The men want a six day week, getting a day oil il Sun,lay work is neces
sary.
Had tba men renin ned ollt every
elevator woul I have li.nl to close
down and the grain tratlic would have
been completely tied up at Ihis vital
point. Tbc men Btal that they will
mivc tbe commission ,, month to accede to their ilemuivils.
frame on the O.P.K. is almosi com
pletely at a standstill. Merchants
with perishable goods In cars, which
they cannol get, are threatening suits
for damages.'
M mtreul, Nov. 4—Mr. D. McNicoll,
vice president of the C.P.R., whenusk
ed to lay about the strike, said thai
.i few misguided employees, members
,,! an Impossible organization, had
gone ,,ii strike at Ottawa and a few
other points of the line, and that
seieral of the vacancies thus created
were already tilled, and he anticipated uo trouble In BUing the balance.
Tbe    new    order   contemplates embracing every employee from the high
est to the lowest in the company not
a member ol sum.- organization or another. It so far embraces :n. diflerent
classes of the employees with   evidence
ol more to follow.  Men in confidential or governing positions are    being
solicited as members, and even watchmen, policemen, etc., are being ask
e.l to join.
"1 am Borry for the old employees; i
...'.<■ no reaeon to go on strike,
men are paid better wages than     Clean,
n other railways, and anyone with n   "ut coal
real  grievance can alway get it   ml-     z=^=
, I Mr. McNicoll.
ads of    the   departments
instru to 1        wel
i ganized labori r, an l
1 nm  - .i • thai      from   tl
..-..   Ihey   are   doing
■   isal of
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..-  all     tlle
i   the com
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opinion that no strike is contemplated in  Vancouver,
'•There is likely to be trouble
enough anion;,' the unemployed out -
side the Cl'.R.," wus tbe opinion of
one t'.l'.U. employee, and one whose
wage-late Is non,: too uvgh either, for
the ordinary strain of cost of liv ine;
In  Vancouver.
"No, there is no intention to strike
as yet in Vancouver, among O.P.R.
employees," said another man. "I
know of no dissat'.s.action at all."
"There is no strike, it the east-
em t. ouhle should rea- li as far as
Vancouver, you may be sure We
bhould be wisa to it beforehand,"said
another group,
"Everybody is working on tbe C.
P. u. today, and Is likely to go on
working,"   was another opinion.
THREE  TI-101 BAND  Oi T.
Ottawa,      Nov.   l-'lhree    thousand
freight,   passenger and    other gru i. s
of clerks,  car checkers,   bairga^em^u,
IIroigbt  handlers,     yard office     nun,,
! etc.,  employed by the C.  p.  It.,    at
; stai ions all over ii,,- line ol tbe i ys l
tetll  in  ('anada are stated    to     have j
i gone on   strike    today   at a given signal hushed from uttawn by A Mosher
president  of  the Oanadian    Brother-
j hood   of   Railway   Employees ol whicli
the employees In question are mem -
bers,   following a refusal of tbe company  to  giant an  Increase  In    wages
from   16 to 30 per cent,  ami payment
tor overtime.
One hundred aud twenty-five men
employed by tha C.P.R, at Broad
street station are among the strikers. At 9:30 tbs morning they left
their work and shortly afterward, of-
ticials of tlie C.P.R. said that many
of the positions vacated by the strikers wore filled by experienced men
who came from Montreal for the purpose,
"As soon as the baggagemen w.ii,
i.l out, men inking their places walk
ed In," said 11. li. Spencer, superintend nt of the Ottawa dnision of the
system, who declares that business
bere Is not being seriously haudl-
cuped.
EMERGENCE MEETING,
Toronto. Nov. 4—While the effects
of tbo O.P.R, trelght men s Btriie
have imt beeu felt in Toronto as yet
tbe wholesale firms engaged in dry
goods and grocery trades, and in the
produce business generally fear ser -
ious interruption io trade und financial loss U the strike is prolonged '
and the railway Company is unable to'
lill  tbe places of the strikers.
II steps are not tuken immediately |
to end thc strike several prominent
businessmen are planning to call an
emergency meeting aud usk tbe board
ot trude to assume the role of mediator. No action lias yet been taken
by the Canadian .Manufacturers' us -
sociation,
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
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."
Hevelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Rest Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
OPERA   HOUSE
Thursday, November 21st, 1912
" The Red Rose"
smokeless, furnace lump and
at Coursier's.
OPERA HOUSE
Seats at Macdonald's Drug Store
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bews THE REXALL STORE be*6 ttM.™ ani*    Sum Hat.    FMi.mi,sw.
RE YOI A WISE MAN ?
Have you awakened yet to the fact that there are great opportunities
for profitable investment in Revelstoke Real Estate at the present
time. Last week we sold over $7,000.00 worth of local realty and are
having enquiries for "good buys" almost daily. Many are realizing
the fact (several from outside points) that the ureat advantages coming next year mean large increases in realty v.ilues and are investing
nuw to Lie in on the ground floor while prices arc low.
You'll Make Money
HERE ARE A FEW EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD SNAPS
i Modern House and 75  Foot   Frontage on Mackenzie zAvc.
Close  in, only     $ 3,600 00
New Modern Six Room House on Fourth Street  2,200 00
cTWoderate I louse on Lot 50x100, Fifth Street  2,550 00
House ;md Large Barns on 4 lots Third Street,  3,2oo oo
Three Vacant Lots McKenzie oAvenue, on Corner.    A snap  2,loo oo
Four Lots on Seventh Street.   ^A good buy ut each      .. 375 oo
Five Lots, 5o x loo on Ninth Street, each  625 oo
See Us for Terms and Particulars
LISTINGS OF VACANT PROPERTY WANTED
J. B. Waison Realty Company
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G. FOLEY. Manager, MnoKenzie Avenue
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