BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Mail Herald Oct 26, 1912

Item Metadata

Download

Media
mherald-1.0310802.pdf
Metadata
JSON: mherald-1.0310802.json
JSON-LD: mherald-1.0310802-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): mherald-1.0310802-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: mherald-1.0310802-rdf.json
Turtle: mherald-1.0310802-turtle.txt
N-Triples: mherald-1.0310802-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: mherald-1.0310802-source.json
Full Text
mherald-1.0310802-fulltext.txt
Citation
mherald-1.0310802.ris

Full Text

Array u
Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price   $C0
Interior Pubhsning Co., Ag
"Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps "
£	
.   x.
The Mail-Herald
[isiting0 (ffi
tiemw&g??
Interior PuDlishing Company
PRINTERS ANU PUBLISHERS   J
"/
<:
Vol. 18-No
ia
REVELSTOKE, B. C. OCT 26, I91'i
$2.E0 Per Year
CONSERVATIVE
CONVENTION
	
The Resolutions.—Full List of New Officers.—The
Banquet-Revelstoke Convention a Kecord Success
You will find exactly what you have been planning
in the way of a STOVE or RANGE at this store at
prices lo suit you.
COME IN TODAY
and let us show you our selection and explain the advantages of each.
Sheet Iron Heaters.       -      $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00
Oak Heaters (coal or wood) $8.0<> and 110.00
Double Heaters (hard or soft coal) -       $25.00 up
Ranges, 4-hole, high closet   -      - •      -      *45.00
Coal Stoves, good selection      - -      -     $18.00 up
Victoria on Jimuury 19th, when Blr
Richard MuHri.le und tho members ol
his Executive Council met your 10 \
ecutlve, Wo were received with groat
courtesy, ffiven an attentive hearing,
and promised legislation granting our
dillerent requosts wherever it waa
pousihfc to do BO.
The resolutions over which the Do
minion government would have con,
Iim.I  were presented  personally  by  Che
Secretary to Premier Borden and nu
colleagues   in   Kehrilary,   and   we    can
Kay   that  thoy  received  aim   in  much
the  Olhcera  uud   Members  ol    the   the   same   manner   as   did our      local
ur.iihh    uoluwula    Conservative governmenl ami  promised  them every
Association. , consideration.
Mr.   i luunnuu  anil  Crentlflmou,— Vic  have,  us  in   years  pnst.  endnaV
n ts uiui iio uctle satlsiucuon that orod to Lceop in touch with the dllter
we i.iisciii. to you the annual report ent organizations hy means ,,i clrcu-
OI  this Association.   The  iact ol  the lar  and  porsonal  letters.   The      nii.ll
Increasing m    strength and express mutter bandied hy    tha
tleieates present,  to order.  Support- Irom year io yeur is sufficient evid • Secretary bai beoome far In excess ot
Ing the     President on the platform, *n« ol  its usefulness and popularity hist year when wo handled over   live
with ihe party us a whole, through- thousand communications and clrcu-
out bbe provinoe.   Since we issued tUe lars.   The  treasurer will  report a Mlb
lasl  report   we  lium  had  an  election stuntinl  balance to tho credit of   the
in, tho province, in which the Uousor- Association, but we regret that wo
vative party, w.tn Blr Richard Mo-!*8*1 lt "llr (ll'ty to point out to tht
Undo us leader,     swept the Liberal' association that somo constituencies
ITesidenl   VI.  M.  McKay, ol tho U.   T(
O, Consen ative     * ition,    took
: he chair ui lu a.m. on thc morning
,.i 'j liursdaj, t> t. 2ith of tho lirst
inoetl tc nl the Annual Convention of
in- Association, hold in thc Revel-
stone opera house, aud culled tbo 40u Association
J £
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Heating Stoves
"McClary's"  on Roods is  > i ime.    Imagine the
comfort In usinga McClar; Stove,    Simp! rk,   easy
to clean, and oconouilcal on Fuel,
Sporting Goods
Rifles and Sliut Guns le barrel   Winches*
ior. Remington anil Stevei Shol Guns, shot.
Shells and Uartridges,  nil calibres),   Sin   tinj  Coats,  Car-
tritlge Hells, Gun Covers, Game Traps, all sizes.
were seated prominent members ol tho
Bxecutlve, Hou. Thomas Taylor, I'ro-
vinclal Minister ol Public Works, W.
H. Stevens, M.I'., Vancouver; J. U.
Taylor, M.I'., Now Westminster; H.S.
Clements, M.I1., Oomox-Atlln; and
oilier prominent figures In Provincial
party  oul  of existence,  not a single  have not paid their annual fees.
q-O&OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Imperial Bank of Canada 6
Horn* Ofloe-Toronto, Ontario. V
Capital Subscribed - 6,000,000.00 g
Capital Paid Up -      •       6,460,00^.00
Reserve        ...       - 6,460,000.00
Total Assets,       •      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal point* injXlanada.
Agents in Ureal Brit sin and UniteJHlatea-Xondon. KngW,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Cbicayo - First National Bank. OornBx-
,-hang- National Bank. Seattle-Seattle National Bank, Bra J i-.ui-
ciscoiw'lls Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane- K.eliange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 81 and upward, received, and interest alb w-.d at
eun-eut rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
t'UKUliNTTALS  COMMITTEE.
ill,
J. ii. Wiu.amson, Vancouver; u
ali.KeiKi., New Westminster; W. A.
Liang, 1-eachland; R. R. Maitland,
Vaucouver; J. U. McLennan, Kield; A
McKlnnell, Nanaimo; J. B, Merrlfield
l'rince Rupert; Capt. Fltstmmons,
Kuslo, uud
RESOLUTIONS
Oommittee, consisting of Ituud U,h-
uous, HevolstoKo; K. Jacobs, Victoria
P. StarKey, Nelson; Vi. H. Snath ol
\eruou; il. J. Uuide, Alberni; R. S.
i'yite, Vaucouver; a. al. lTuuutu, Nu-
uuiiuo; A. O. Iliuck, Vuncouver; ussis-
ted by tne Executive, were strucK oil.
.DlllUiSS UK WELCOME.
vih.ifi   these committees
If
.. j lueumcr ol that faith 1,,-ing elected tu •*« new Incentive decide to place nn
nouncod thut Premier McBrlde, and the Legislature. That our organlsa -. organiser in the Held there will he
Hon Attorney-General Dowser, will Won is in good wurxing order we be-|Ktl" hc»vk'r expenses to be met next
arrive  In  time  for  the afternoon sit-|Uev« "^ '»*" l,,oveu '»' «•" result of' *««■ nnd we bave no doubt that   wc
the late election, und     returns from  lmvc nnl>' to mention this to get tho
•uie cou.outloii, alter a few appro- *" Parts '->' the provin.e showed that Promised financial support ol all the
pnaic words fro,,. President McKay,  "> every cuse ihe Conservatives   sue-; Associations In the province.
ut once  proceeded  to  business.        .      <*eded '" Bating  the.r  voters to the      ln  conclusion  we  congratulate    the
pull. I Association on  thc splendid work ac-
sinoe  the election  good   work    basUompUfhod  iii the last six years and
ii.J'I.'mi    Committee consisting ot |.Deen  uccomplislu.i   uol   only   by    the UmPress upon nil  otticcrs and  memb -
Central Association but by tbe uum-1 l'rs "' the <ii!tennt associations tho
erous Conservative Associations thru- B90M»Ity of still greuter effort in con
out the province. We have hud splen | tinning the effective work of our or -
did reports from many organisations, P»nIwUon nnd aU subsiduary Asso -
hut wc regret to say that some sec-1
retarlos have not sent their reports I
us regularly  as they  should.
netf.fi uew associations have been
formed in various par is of the province,  among these are.
N'ahwitti River Association, Albert
Hole.
.Malakwa Association, G. E. Finu-
cuue.
I    Laldlaw Association, Ralph 1). Fluu
| der.
. ,      Thc Stuart Lake Association, John
j   1      i  > i .H.t.1   i
Groceries
Fresh Klppsretl
\ cgetablei. *-'<.iT
plica.
1 Ini .tig  just
.eg. Trail Hi
arrived,
1 loui
Fresh   Fruit  ittirl
and Poultry Sup«
Putter   Croi ks,   Bran
China and Glassware.
Crockery
and  Jugh,
Cots
II   M/fS.     Clmict
I
is.
PLUMBING HUAT1NG TINSMITHING
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St., Revelstoke. Telephone No, 22
n
Ladies' and FUI H IIK
Children^    HLL1IHI0
Pretty Shapes.   Latest Styles
Mrs. A a Cricks First Street
TIRED?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor aud (ragroncy. Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price. 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G .W.BE L L
O   Box 708
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
dutheriuuJ, on hi-hull oi the City ol
Hevelstoke, delivered a bnel hut appropriate aJuicss of welcouio, to tue
couveuliou ou nehuii ol the citizens
of Cuuuda's Alps.
HON. THOMAS TAYLOK.
The i ...ii: n..i.i then culled upon the
Hou. Thomas Taylor, ineiuuer lor thc
HevelsLoke constituency, and M'luister
ol v,...i ,.:• in the Provincial govern -
ment, for a speech.
The Hon.  '.tnllt'inan     responded us
follows:
Gentlemen, particularly on behulf ol
tbe C.ty ot Kevelstoke 1 wish to extend to the delegates assembled, a
moat nearty uud sincere welcomo.
Thc mam bers in the Association in
the City oi Heveistuke, are alive in
tbe way ol intelligence as well us in
the matter ol orgunuutiou. At the
lust meeting in the city ol -New West-
minat r, it was stateJ by a member
ol our esccume that the Association
which was pur excellence in the pro-
. isce was the i .... . llistrict ot
Kevelstoke. That excellence has resulted in enormous majorities on every occasiou for the i'loviueial stand
aid Dearer, und lor many ...■...-. past
tur the Conservative candidate iu the
Dominion elections. Our orgunizut-
1011 is such in tb,s district, thut ul
the last election 1 hud the honor of
being returned by acclamation, uud
iu tbe c'ectiou preceding Mr.     Uood-
1).   Williamson.
Conservative Association oi Lower
Rock Creek,  1).  R. Tait.
Granite Uay Association, Henry
Twiddle.
The Vale Literal Conservative As -
sociatiou,  L.  Presley.
Thc Atnorko Conservative Club, An
ahum Lake, R. K. Mosher.
Rock Hay Conservative Club, Ana-
hum Lake,  W. A. Milne.
St. Elmo Conservutivc Association,
Ruby Creek,  A. 11.  Lloyd.
Terrace Conservative Association,
John Kirkaldy.
Campbell River Conservative Club ,
H.  Hagstrom.
Tete Jaune Cache Conservative Association,   K.lw.ir.l A brum.
ijiiiitii..m--i Conservative Association,
\V.   K.  Auderson.
Newport Conservative Association,
Wm. Aheruetby.
Simoon Sound Conservative Association, W. G. Yelton.
Iii-iiiii.in Island Association, A.
Pickles.
San Josef Conservative Association
Home Fennell.
Three or lour more will be organized at an curly date.
v.. buvc good im.ii.(,ii to believe that
our organization is known outside ot
the province us ihe Secretary has ud-
viceil prominent Conservatives ol Al-
bel'ta ou the formation and conduct
ol .i provincial Conservutivc ,,rguu.z-
aliou.    lour   Executive   found   it  n-c
Mclntyre's Store. First Street, is the Place
to Get a Square Deal
eve bai ibe overwhelming majority ol jessary  to send un orguiaizei   into tne
over oi. ■ thjisund in thc R.diug ol
Kevelsio, n cr\ portion of this
district is thoroughly oiguuized, uud
ready lor any Ol casiou. Some ten
years ago, the a*si ',a*ion which wo
represent hud iu birth in this city
oi Revelstoke. .Many of thc goutle -
men before me were present at thut
meeting, lt must tndwtu b nleasuut
to t'-.t c.tizens ol Revclstude to see
here so many people gathered together ut great sucrilice of money and
time to this convention, .rum every
Portion ol tbe province, to usslst   in
PIANOS-PLAV:... PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds ot
Small cTWusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, Mckenzie Ave
Dominion Constituency ol Comox-Al-
iin uud the services of Mr. Theodore
Wadman wore engaged. We haa not
sufficient muds ior bim to visit all
parts ol the district. Much [Ood was
aceiiiiiplisiie.l in tbc few places bu
wus auk' to cull Upon. 1 :ieie is great
used, how .ei, ol uu orga .izer being
seat mi,, tne inherent new towns lu
tins important district and we liusi
thut the Lt6W portion, uot ouly ol
this dlstriot,   but of  the  province    at
large,   us there are several coustitue
ncics   thai   repine  utteuliuu,  not   lie
iaii>,ng on thc business  jf this great jcuusc uf uuy trietioc  but uu uccuuut
organisation   iLoud applause.)
1'resiJeut .McKay then culled upon
tbe Secteturyto reud ttc minutes uf
the last convention at NeVJ Westminster, and which wee adopted us reud
The President .-. re; i rt wai then sub -
mitted as follows
WINDSOR   CAFE   AND   GRILL
THE LATEST SHOKT ORDER AND DINNER HOUSE
JUST OPENED UP
Trainmen, rank* youi ht ..quarters here.   Quick icnrice.   Perfect Cleanliness
and i.'e.iMiini'ii- l'i ces.    Oivt I ■• a Trial,    "We Never Sleep,"
"i|hni;i i  growth in ulinust every part
Ol   the   province.   At   il<      point      we
wlsb to reiterate our conclusions   of
last      .vear,      that   this  organisation
Hliould he put on sucb  i itoiiud Unani
lal  basil that it could keep au organ
USor  in the  Held  at   least   two or tin, e
LIST OF OFFICERS. inontut In each year to assist the dl.
Hon. Presidents, Hon. R.L. bordeu,   'e,',!U,  Couw-rvativ,   AsioclatloIUI When
K.C., M.P.;  Hou.     Sir  Richurd  Mo -  ,var "ecesBity urlscs.
Uriuli j     Meetings ol tin.  I-I .nutive wiichulj
President, Vi. M.  McKay, us follows.—At the close  uf  tbc lust
1st  S ice-president,  Jno.  A. Lee.      jcunvcutiou iu Niw  Westminster,     uu
Jnd  Vioe-presldeOt,  W.T.  Shutford.    Nuvcmber liitti, in Victoria, on .lanu-
8rd Vice-preuittont, Leonard Tuit.     .ury 1,Jtn; IuVwicoutm un May .list.
Becretary, Jno. B, mUUmfon, lu Vanoouvar August Hrd; iu Rerati
Treasurer,  11.   L.   Kdmouds. I tuke  uctubcr  Mtb;   ulso   lour  Special
Council—H. li. Mills, Vuncouver; H.. meetings ol tin- I owl imiiibuis of tba
M, Fullerton, Victoria; A. K. Plantu,   lisecutivc iu wblcb matins of     un
Nanaimo;     II.  J. llutrblnson,     New ' portance iu regard to OoMt cuiwlit
Westmliieter,  J. T.  Rohitisoi ,     Yale-' uencies were dealt witb.
Cariboo;  T.   J.   WadtnaO,  Kootenays;'    Ths rcsulunons pussi-d  at the    lust
P. F.  ticbarschmiilt, Coinux Atlin,
Post Presidents—ti. H. Unruurd,
annual  meeting uf  this      Assuclatiou
K.   in regard tu provincial  matters were
0., M.P.; C. It,  Woodwortb, Bs<|.; R. I prossntod to tbo II. V. guvuruuiout by
V   € I    Till VIvIlSOlVe "• IMANACrER      '• tJrc<;0' Etotj.; W, W. Fontcr, £14.   J your lixecutivc ot the meeting bold ln
ciations.
Thc above was thc President's re -
port, which was received with loud
applause, being unanimously approved and adopted.
Thc Treasurer's report, showing    a
balance of $350 was also jn.iu.in.i-jt.ty
adopted on the recommendation     ol
tho Association auditors.
SPEECHES
Mr. .1. I). Taylor. M.P. [or New
Westminster, Mr. W. l-f. Stevens, M
P. Ior Vancouver, and Mr. H. S. Clements, M.P. for Oomox-Atlln, were
successively introduced to the meet -
ing by the Chairman, and delivered
short, appropriate addresses tc the
convention.
|   Tbe committee on     credentials not
huving yet completed their work, the
I convention adjourned at 11:30 ». m.,
to renew  their sessions in tho afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
AFTERNOON SESSION.
Convention resumed work In after -
noon session at 2 p.m. A moment
after the delegates were seated Premier Sir Richard Melin.le entered tbe
ball und wuz grjeted with an ovation
from the convention. Accompanied
by R. F. Green, M.P.,
PPEMIKR McliRIUI-:
amid loud applause rose in uiiswer to
calls for speech.
Gentlemen,—I can hardly say with
what pleasure I come to join In the
proceedings of this convention. It
seems that yenr after yeur our meetings increase in numbers and Interest
'lh' Conservatives under ilns roof
can safely say tbut ottly after the
prosperity of IJ. C, Canada und the
Empire, tin1 must Important    matter
before tin.- convention is the welfure
of thc party. There hnvo been complaints that our elections have |«cn
held in 11. C. with iinduo haste or Iro-
i|iicncy.   llut our reason for n
Ol elections has heen thut wo     might
huve sufficient warrant to movo on
iVht lines aa demanded i,y tbt devsj
opment of our province.
The elections In Manh last resulted
in the return ,,l .in entire Conservative parliament with the oiccption of
Socialist members trom Nanaimo and
Ludysmlth.
Criticisms have t.c, ii levelled at thc
government because ol the very tact
thai  irt art   » i-tmng by virtue    of
Il.e   | pit   ..I   II.   I !.,   bUl    It HCi'lns     tO
me that     so lung a" tbt government.
continues to move along tht lines wt
bavt   adopted   ho   long  we   may   look
fur tiie contln i support ,,f tht tlet
torate.   Thr pemom II ol the
ment measures     out     well  with  the
bigness nt tht requirements ,,(    our
Pacific Coasl Province,
\t tblt •togs ot the speech \tt"in
ey General Sow, el took „ • al on tht
platform amid a hurricane of stnnd-
iii- cheers Thc Premlei contioued
The dm uni- nl in , .'ii i" i ,\ i
in its Infancy, and whilst old settlei
ul    the   Wl   wele   |.|<ill.'.-l        •   | I
trulj believe that "rt ,.( i IU art still
lo n I'oflsiderable extent min path
Dndert   (Chun.)
An Interesting program nl  business
is before tbe parliament of n('*t year.
toi conservation ol timber,
land,  nml   water   powrls     throughout
the provinct will  be embodied In new
.tion,   iiiiiI   Hi.'   I'lllversity   of   II
'        ill also next   fall  opM
io i..ke nn bonored place among   the
iieeibinir   innt J ul n.n.i  .1  i niia I i
Thnnkl   lo  the  imi i i;v   nl      Mi
Iti      "I tiie Lands Dipartmeflt, mir -
I! In- OORrplMad of preliminary
iirtaol l.oou.oou acras of lands aloug
(Contioued on Page Two )
Pure honey, 20 oz. Jar
Ceylon Tea, 3 1b	
Best Brazil ^offee, fresh ground
Maple Syrup, per t|uart jar
40c
1 00
35c
(Joe
John Mclntyre & Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
For Increased Egg Production Use
Fresh Green Cut Bone
Swift's Lay-More Beef Scraps
Dry Cut Bone
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
dnrirttj Sratti (Clothes
lire tbc Clotbes ot all Clotbes
foe tbo Society Voting /lOaii
They are the most modern ready-
to-wear clothes made. The advantages of buying clothes of this kind
are many: you can see NOW how
you are going to look. You know
IN ADVANCE what you are going
to Ret.
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES are
finely and substantially tailored.
They are built to wear and
to satisfy.
fl&dRae
Mercantile Co.
Xtfc.
oooooooooooooooooooooooo
ALL THE   TinVCE'
ELGIN   ELGIN   ELGIN
WATCHES
BEST ON  EARTH
J"
GUYBAEBEE \
c. p. R. watch inspector;
t BATURDAY, uiTuril R 26, IMS
THEJ IvTA.IIli-ECEn^.LTJ,   E^TELSTOXE
BATURDAY, OCTOBER 'in. IMS
~-1-
^
" Tho Capital of Canada's Alps."
Dn you realize that this Fall will be your
last opportunity to buy in Revelstoke at
the  present  prices ?    Gel in now while
you have the chance.    See us at once.
I Iit? Revelsloke General Agencies, Lid.
J    11   HIT. \l.li,  JR., Six'.
'^
V
1  orvatlvos of this  Province,    but   of' to supply tire facllltlos whioh neoessl-
| tin- people ol the whole ol    Western tj  demands, especially In those   Bee
Uanada Irrespective ol Party.
Movod uj It. J. iMuitlaiiil, Vancou-
• ver; tiocomied by T. J. klrkputrlck,
\ ancouver.
Thai whereas the Prairies, tho trig
market for n. t'. Fruit, is being glut-
i,.! tii  American Fruit to such an
tious where transportation Ib Berlous-
I. . ten-erred wiui or prevented dm
i .- .niter months, thus causing 'ilim
gar a'     inconvenience to ilie Bottlers.
Moved  Dy  W.  tl. Foster,   Nelson; Union.Ii.l  Dy  Mayor Jones, Kelowna.
Moveu by Bred A, Btarkey (.Nelson)
tent  that ti. 0. Fruit cannot be sold mil Beconued  by  LS.  JacobB iVictor -
ut. a profit, II at  nil. In),   Thut whereas the mining Indus
And whereas, tho American duty ng try lms beoome ono ol the most   im-
alnst Canadian Fruit is muck hlghor portaut In the Dominion, buying   ut-
than ihe ('.murium Duty against Am- tallied a production ol •> 1112,2111,usii iu
erlc-an Fruit, the yeur 0I  1911,
Thorofore, bo it resolved that    this wml whereas tho vulue of     mineral
conveniii.il ui mm the Dominion govern production of Canada bus shown     n
ment in raiBo the duty BUttlclenily to Bteady growth in huvlng risen during
protect tho   Canadian Fruit Growers j the lust, decade trom     $68,231,836 to
and to inu.im:. the Fruit Murks Act.
Moved  by   Fal'quar,   Nukusp;   Second
e.l in  a.  \i. r.e.iuy, Vancouver.
Whereas    there lias been for   some
yeurs a coUBtan! advance in the cost
tbe above mentioned Bum,
And   whereas  the  mil lur   develop
menl ul th,. whole iiiiiiiii),' Industry ol
1 in1  11.imn.iou of Uanada can De mu
teriully aided     by  greater  attention
lot living, owing largely to the steady  ***** i!:iul to Ita reauiroiiionts     aud
rise  in  ihe     price ol Btaplo articles,  possibilities,
particular!} ol tood products and fuel
Cl c ;v.. l-lberalfc
P0B1        • '    ' lY AND
BATORDAY   iT
RK TI.8T0KK. 15.  C.
jntecioi; pubUsblng company.
Limited
J, K. JOHNSON,  Manager.
RA! I iRUTON,  Editor,
.      ,    :
-r
S VT1 RDAY, OOTOBER Mi, 1912
■' h     .-.   tem id 1   aod     '   •■     0
the
;:•.-•:. >■  In 1 ll   nirdi    ol  twi
convi   ■ ■ 'a' "     '■'■'
.  ,.       ... priut, und fo
lowii     • ..' I ire of run
lown    to     the
■ i    : Unary times.
Ua;      Suthei ...
thi   : ■. pl Ion if 1   '■
itended tho     urra
lalth
!....;. ind the ISditor ol this
tn thai
I . them, on l.ehalt of   tb*
nti     -   >: ,     •   ..    .... talitj.
inks   fol   Limine*-
lol        .ll.l.U.ill.ll
■•  .     I dui     i- thl ■-.' event-
......     •   days.
\- ; real lent ■ ol  R< v
itte ning to tin-
r set ol    gentlemen,
vs,  than tin   members
ot -.:. I H.   ''. Municipalities
- ratlve   Vs
soc-.;.- .-   ns, ever set loot
is o! tbe "Capital of
... s Alps."
Enjoyable tveniny
evening,  Oct.   J.;iJ.
1I1 .it.un View
w . 1 .■. had n    very
a tbe lodge
Included a duel
-.   - \   Lady
lr. Mi Bwen,  which
-   .
.   -
• ■
CONSERVATIVE
CONVENTION
1 Conl Irtued  trom  Page One.)
A Social [veiling
■ ■
Ispen
■
ID tbi
■
■
.
K        ' a credit    I
,-
Uro
.....
-..
.
. -.. ■   .-   in ear'   ..ati.
the ii.T.i'., t'.N.. and  P.Q.B.,     railways, and these valuable lands    will
lurnish   to  pre-emptors alone    homes
[1 1  al  least 30,000 bona tide settlers. |
1i beers.)
1 again mu I thank you for the sup |
port   you  hu\o alwayB shown aud  t"
1 {press ih.it  my  pi oudost n ition I
1 utlnuc to mei il a cotitiuiiaiii 1  ol
the .-.une.   (Prolonged appluuse.l
\i 1..1 ney ii. im 1 ul Uowsi 1 Un 11 took
01111 and delivered uu able
speech congratulating tbu Association
t in- Biiccess which bad at 1. tided
their eflorts In the pust and expressing the opinion that with viglluace
.111.1 preparation the Association could
look u.i war.1 to a continuance ol the
victories whicb have attended ihem
.11 ih.. past. (Loud .-liners.)
HOUKHT V. IIKKKN.
Mr. It. K. linen. Dominion member
foi Kootenuy, answered the Uhulr •
man s call lor ii speech in a low well
. 101 -ii remarks.
Alter stating tbo pleusure winch the
bouoi   ol   .111.1 turning   the  1 onsci >u
tive convention had conferred     upon
their boats tbe good Conservatives ol
Kevelstoke and  district   bo couiinued.
A great change for tbe better    bus
been ctiected Bince tbe  lat 1   Domiuion
in  as regards  tbe posltlou     ol
li. C.  .11 Dominion     policies, lor the
nr.-t  time for many years b. C.     is
receiving an adequate  attention     at
the hands ol .1 ii iendlj     Otta »a ad
ministration,   There are  many  ttuugs
we need, lor Instance In this city   ol
Itevel-tuke ili.   lund  nttlces and    post
ottice are years  behind     the requ   •
ments ..! such a city and  I  bopi      to
BUbmlt  requests    scked by p
tbe    present    inadequate accommodu
tion w Inch « ill doubtli : uth
Ij   ii .i.s: lercd  and  an   Impi
nu in  effected.
In ordei   to hoi
-   won at  the  last 1
must   keep our     i.i,-..
put     an
1   the  Beld an I  we
lulled into
I thank you  foi   thi
■
KI.
Ist
Secret
■
.
it
■ •
■
-.-.-.      1
Ind whereas conditions demand In
vestlgatlon with .1 view ol curly relief  being afforded,
\ii.l « ben 1 the sources ol supply,
etc., aro Bprcnd nvcr the whole Dominion.
Therefore, be II resolve.1 that this
Association urge the Dominion Uov-
ernment to appoint :i Royal Commission to make a thorough tovestiga-
1 imi i>: the I-.. 1 of production and
the prices to consumers ol staple articles of living and fuel with a view
of remedying tbe present  Inequalities,
Moved by A. K. Watts; Seconded by
Aid. McSpaddeu,  Vancouvor.
Resolved thnt tho Conservatives ol
BritiBh Columbia assembled In convention at Rovelstoke desire our esteemed  leader,  the   KI    riou.   R.     L,
'vmi whereas the Cnuada Department of Mines Is at present under
the control uf the Minister of the
Interior, the work ul «hoBe depart
incut is so heavy that be cannot give
to the Department ol Mines the ut-
tention its great Importance de-
in.uul"..
Therefore be it resolved thut in the
opinion of tins mooting  it  is  urgent
1 that there De u uoparate minister ol
mines,  who   will   be  free  to  give  this
j department the attention essential lo
the greuter development of our nun
eral resources mil besl Interests generally of the mining Industry of Canada.   Carried unanimously.
Additional resolutions were also ad-
opted, complimenting the Premier upon the Honor of Knighthood, us presented upon Iiim by His Majesty.
Amending  tho  constitution  us    rs-
Dordon, to cause t.  conveyed    to  ,..u..i.s ,|K. methodB of ballottlng and
tho presentment  ol resolutions.
Amending the constitution to make
a two-thirds majority ol the Conven
tion neceBBary in favor ol any reso
lution being considered, altar such
resolution hu.l Den rejected by the
Resolutions   Committee,   and    before
His Gracious Mnjesi y I ti li ng, thru
ll.IUI. the Governor General, tho
expression ol our continued loya,ty
and devotion to bis august person.
and to In- empire,
And  Ire ii  lurther resolved  that we
express to the Rt. lion. It. L. Dordon
our unswerving loyalty to the Oonser  same could be considered on the lloor
vative Party, and further that this
convention desire to emphasize our
hearty approval of the brilliant administration of our Dominion affairs
by tho Premier an.l bis able colleagues,
And wo learned     witb very    much
pride Indeed ol the able yet unesten
of the convention alter such rejection
by   tho  committee.
'ibe    lust    business   on the     pro
grain, the selection of a meeting placo
for the 1913 convention, found     three
candidates in  the Held tor tho honor
ut entertaining the organisation.
The claims ol  Port     Alberni, Oo-
tatloua miinner the Premier conduct- quillam, and Nanaimo, were respected the negotiations between the lm - Ively submitted to the meeting in
perlal  government  and  tbe  Canadian  speeches from supporters of each    ol
governmenl relative to the Naval Policy  ol our nonunion.
.Move.)  by  A.  P.  Black,  Vancouver;
Seconded by J. T. Robinson,    Kam-
loops.
The lion. Sir Richard McBrlde hav-
.    announced thai  a Commission on
Labor  .Mailers would  shortly   be appointed,  it  is resolved that  the scope
ui tin- Commission be made sufficient
ly  broad to admit ,,( a careful    con-
il ion ..1 the position of uil   the
t'lussess of Clerks, accountants    and
all such helpers     male     and female,
whether In Una mer
.' mt.1 ■ limllar pursuits.
Moved  by  A.H.B.   Macgowan;  Sec-
i  11. H. Stevens.
Be    t 1
rnnieni
th tb
.
.  In    which
tbe three rival towns. It. ijuickly he-
came evident that tbe light lay between Port All.enn and Nanaimo, and
when the vote was counted it display
e.l a large majority in favor of the
Coal City. Amid general cheers the
1 lu.1 man announced that the convention of run would meet in Nanaimo,
ai a date to be later announced by
the Executive,
Tins concluded the business sittings
of  the convention.
BANQUET,
The ban iuet  tendered by the Hevelstoke  District   Conservative   Associa
tion  ti   the delegates and  visitors  tu
the  1 : lonvention,  was     tho
cial ol the     two
.lays celebration.
At ■ I.", p.m., tbe greal doors .,.' th
Y.M 1' \.     ban iiiettlng     ball     were
I th     nvited  guests,
,. ..,.-   121    -  1.' scat
ball itself wus beautifully decorated
und specially titled up lor the acoom
nn..lulu.11 ol Hns the largest illinium
'■1 the kind over stuged in tbe Ins -
lory 01 ItovcUtoKo, The Ladles Aus
111.ary ol the ■> .iVl.C.A., under whoso
ii.li- supervision the teu 1 hnd been
prepared, achieved a tromendotiB success, ine catci nig, ami i, i'\ Ice '.vci.: a
triumph 11. oigiiui.'.ainiii, au.l woll 1110
rltetl the coiiipllinontB Bhowerod upon
tho "Fairest and best ol Rovolstoko"
by ll.c Viiiimis Bpeukers ol the evening.
From the .lours of the bauquol bull
llvo long rows of snowy dumusk, each
centred with a starry line ol glitter
ing can.lies and cninleliii.ras, |0d Lo
the Bpeaket'S  table across  the western
end. Tins wus adorned with three
Indian baskets, overllowlng with
groal crimson applou and Tokug
grapes, entwined with autumn tinted
lolluge. This scheme of docoral Ion
was carried out on all tho tables un.l
eoinbinod with the many tinted
in.um.Is of Jellies to give ,, lovely ami
urtlstic effect of harmonious coloring
In addition to tho tablos In tho Dun
qtiot hail, three additional .hum. wore
set in the reception room, to accommodate the looal Association, tho
larger hull being Hilly occupied by
Visiting   delegates.
The menu cover was a photographic
reproduction of the Sllvor Tip Falls;
to this the menu list uas nont-lj tied
with bows of ribbon, the Wholo lorm
Ing R souvenir win. h each delegate
would bo pleased to cany home, Tho
menu gives merely an outline of the
good things provided for It wus supplemented by all those little details
which good housewives alone cun sup-
Ply  • uke a feast  complete  There
were all the known salads, aud I hen
sonic; ihere were jellies, custards an,|
■frozen desserts too beautiful fur mere
im."! lis 1'.... I; in nam • cakes mid lov
' ly dishes ol things we could eal and
colli.In I   u line,   and   things      wm  cul,I
name and couldn't eat, because, ulas,
in lhe words ul Ugy "wo hive one
stomach, mid its 'small,' don't ymi
know." ..hi,1 nil to,, ..on its capacity
was reached, then each ban |uoter join
cil most Dcartily in Hi.- sentiment, —
"Hore's t,. lhc I.a,lies. Go 1 Uless'em"
After the euests hud done an,pie
justlcd lu tiie good things provided,
un elaborate  toast  lisi  was 1 m.i.
The II..n. Thomns Taylor as   toasl
n,aster, and   in a manner which show
i.l that  Iw was perfectly at bome am
ong his constituents nud fellow Conservatives,   suitably   introduced      the
toasts and  speaker-  of  the  evening.
TOAST LIST.
The loyal toast "Tbe King" having
lieen received with musical honors, tli .
Toastmaster introduced the toast of
"The Canadian Government," ably
proposed Dy Mr. T. Tisdale, M.P.P.
for Vancouver; eloquent responded to
by .1.  li. Taylor, M.P. of New West-
' minster,  H.S. Clements M,P. lor Co. '
UIOX,   II.    II.   Sle-.. i.S   .'.I.T.   ,..l    \ allMi.ll
tei, and Hi !''■ iii. mu, IvliP, ior Koo
tunny. 1 iim next toast "Uur provlnco,     by Mayor,    Kouiusoti ol Kum
loops, 1 'spun.led lo I.y I 'I'l in.el' tVIC
III 1.11-, was iniiile I ue mi as...11 ul au
ovation wiiicii w in i.e long loiutjinbor
ed ay 1b1.se privileged  10 i.e present.
I he I reinier, Bpeu&lllg oil tins oc
eas,on with mi ev ill, 111 since J ily which
snowed Imw dear in nm heurl 1.. the
Biinject 0. iln- 1...ou, deliverod a mas
icriy alter ttinnoi spoei .1, pai linear,
in nil us purls, and oloquent 111 Its
expressiveness, ins roferuuees to Tho
Ludl-OB ni RovelstoKe, n, tue items ol
"iiel. nc'' iiiiiI the "Navy " evoked 1 ho
onthtiuiaBm of the crowded bauquot -
ling ball, ami the whole audience at
1 lie   ClOSO,   ruse   spontaneously    I.,     ils
;... 1 an.l in ibe ...tiiiins u,   1 iii  Maple
Leal,   nud   Itule   lini Imiiini   I1..111.I      a
vi rn iui' their pi-iii  up emotions,
th 1 iuu. Alloiuey General W. .1.
liuu;.. i', ai*.ii responding to I lie same
(nasi,, proved hlmsoli nol a wll bo
lund the Premier In tbe art ol After
Dinner speaking.
1 ii a nui,,wci '"i'h.. city or Ruvel
Btoke," proposed by K.\ Mayoi 1 lantn
ol Nanaimo, roBponded to hy Mayor
In. Sutherland; "Our guests," pro
posed by Dr. 1 lamilton, respondi A to
i.y Mayor Lee of New Westminster,
"The 1.adies," proposed by Mr. L.
Frank, Alberni, responded to by Mr,
A,  12,  IVatts. ol  Wattsburg; and  the
"Pre s." proposed by Mr, Tail, ol
\ ictoria, ably responded to by Mr,
Uniii, of Alberni.
ili,. trains ol "Hod Save the
King," brogbt the banquet to a
close,
LOBT Small grip with Initials "A,
ivl.i-l." 1 1 ml..I 011 one side, Kindly
1.1 hi n sume tu Then. Wadman, Soc-
X
iiim,     Conservative    Association,
Uu 1 elstoke. B, 0,
LOST im MoKensle Rvonue or First
btreet, Lady's Gold Uut.rh and
Kin,. Finder will bo rewarded on
leaving same ut  the l'ost Ollice.
NUT'lCiil
Nib.,u. I..111.1 Dlstriot,
llll tt'iol   0,   West   Kootenay.
1,,,.   nuine liiul. I'aii'iciv ,1.  Murphy
ol  -i.-.i  1.Mm.ns, u. I.,    occupation,
uiinib 1,  ,11, .11.is to apply  lor perinis-
 0 purohaso tin- follow ing    ties
Cl uied   llllllls:
i ouimenciug at a post planted ut
iho North cast Cornor ol District
i.ii No. .vii.i, thenco east -.1 chainB,
thenee south 30 chums, thence west
l'i chains, ihence uortb 30 chuius, to
i.n. ui commencement, containing
iu ucres.    Land situated cast of blast
1 ms. 11. c.   hale ol Location, I1''
comber .ird,  1911.
Haled October  I7th,  1912.
PATRICK   J.   Ml'lU'HY.
a^aTffiia^a^rK-.icaiiaf.iiai^va. < ■■K.;jx$^tei4Lj£iEi£^mg&mMHSzmB*
pa Thanksgiving
® B . . Day . .
MONDAY, OCTOBER 28
THK SWEETEST STORY EVER  TOLD
FRED    RAYMOND'S
FAMOUS DOMESTIC COMECY
GRAM) IN ITS SIMPLICITY!
GRI.AT IN IKS INTENSITY!
GORGEOUS IN ITS ENTIRETY!
Yours truly
' ZEKE"
nnd
"DAISr "
A Masterful Combination of
Sparkling Wit. Keart-feeling
Pathos and Stirring incidents
PRICES, 50c, 75c $1.00.
ADVANCE SALE AT
MACDONALD'S    UI.JC    S1UIIE
R2U2M
it the     well spread te
The
VIOLIN AND PIANO
STUDIO	
Br JB
Ir,   fl-      liui-i  It    Cbl
slag, itcv. W. M. RocbeiUi
el -   i. u'.'-'   i
llanee, will speak.   In    •   i renlng tht
toi Rev   E   I   < ...'■•
bit H.i-jtrt   'Our iti*ii itaki
ir.-.-irz, tb' Kind ol  .   ■ •;   ■•  Huw."
.  school   ot
.\    unlial Invitation to all
-    nn > -.day -1 b»I 1st,
fclotoA    ot   ' •• "i iv'.r.
tn    Mi00   .     lm:..' '■•■!  over
a.-"   .  .1 nt.-c un urttlrcBB In
Lh ;.     .uuOalDccirjents,
.   Brit
.
I
DtltU lo »itb
cb tbe Uoi I . ue
li i   tbt   li iilei li.i   ol  'i.m  III
It. L. iii.nieii, i.as real   • : 'hi li
the Pacifl       i   .in .i nl Canada,     I i
tbt   Dominion ol  I  inuda at   a     ■ ■
■ : i '    ... ,..■■ ■ .,     .
opening ol the Panama I lanal,  .
, tit i> •■ 1   bj    ' 	
.itt    iini      i in .
in .ii1 . -        .
■il iifidi^r., burl a :
docks, and to u.. .. ■ ;ovoi hum nt
t.but    ;i coui.iuuutlon ol    iim   policy
j will meet .vitb the appTovnl, omloreu
, tion and BUppott not nnl)" o< ,1)0 (    D
All Instruments Taught
TEACH rNGINO
AND VOCAL CUL'J
CHEO. LOUIS COVRES
;.  i and
i
of Milan,
i i'.il-. ^ and Paris    Frai ce     We v ■ in
I.   this method to i i good  i erfortner
in SIX MONTHS.
TERMS ;mtl further information
on application '■•
SATURDAY. OCT. 26
THE MUSICAL EVENT
DE LUXE
Mr. F. Stiiapt-Wlijto's FieiTots
CHEO L&o COVRES,     Mackenzie Avenue
Corner of Victoria Road
-W-    - ■
in   an 'i.'i   Country  Pierrot
Show,    followed  by  a   Now
:al • omt d
IN THE CAMPFIBE'S BLOW"
Entire Change of Program for
lioili performances Saturday,
Prices :  50c, 75c. and $1.00
Saturday Matinee, children, 15c.      Adults, 25c.
j
5
am \
SATURDAY, OCTODliR 2tl, l'J12
THE  MAIL-HERALD,   IRIE'VE.XaSTOiKIEl
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 1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
!90b 1911
Capital        ....       Hi 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -      -        33,090,192 48.237,284
Haa 83 Brunches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents in all
the Principul cities In the World.
A Ori.'R*l.  BANKING! BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelatoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
650
. . . 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.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
These October
days say— "wear
an Overcoat"
Style and value say—"wear
a Fit-Reform Overcoat."
We have the lightweights
that are the right weights.
All the new models—in a
splendid variety of new
effects.
Always glad to show them
to you.
McKINNON *r SUTHERLAND
gJr>UlaW"Haa,mi l,»
Union  Hotel
I JUST NEU'.Y RBPAIRED
RATES,
$1.50 PER DAY
Weekly ami monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6,110
FIRST STR KET. RE VEL.STOKE, U. C.
A. P. LKV1-SQUH, Proprietor
Laughton CB, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $5.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
FINE ENGRAVING IN
SEFIA OF THE BORDEN
CABINET	
for Readers of the News-Advertiser
BVnRYONE want* a picture of the members nf the Government
of Canada, The "News-Advertiser" hos had prepared Ior the exclusive use of its readers In tliis province a large engraved plate of
Kt. lion. K. L. Borden and lii- Ministers.
Tbis group is redrawn frum tiie latest photographs of the i-iehl-
een Ministers whn compose the advisersnl His Roval Highness the
Governor-General. It is printed in si-pi.i on heavy N-hpI ready mr
framing, and will lie of the greatest educational value in the home,
the school anil the library.
Tbe Prime Minister, HON. K.I. BORDEN, occupies a central
position, and is shown standir-u at the head of the Council Table,
Seated uhout him are his colleagues.
Dimly iu the background the features of Sir John Macdonald
look down on his successors.
HOW TO OBTAIN THE PICTURE
This fine engraving, (,I which a limited numlier have heen prepared, will lie sent FREE OF CHARGE to new subscribers, ,.r
to old subscribers, who renew their subscriptions for one year (S3).
Por out-of-town subscribers the picture will he tubed and p,,..t,ue
prepaid.
Non-subscribers may obtain copies on payment of SO cents. If
mailed, ten reins extra for tubing and postage,
Applications and remittances leash must accompany oulcrl, must
be made to
The Circulation Manager "News-Advertiser"
Vancouver, b. c.
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a cal! at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Tov n,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
■ belore buying your outfit of working clothes
lor the bush. I make ■
specialty ol LoKging
Shoes, l'ants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business
j    In attempting to take hia own part
I ninny a man crabs the whole thine.
I    If you would keep your friends, let
them  keep their  money.
I      ORIENTAL HOTEL.
». 1      t r t        1_     _      1 *a\ .1.      . 1_ * » avL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
^LBEIRT     STOHSTIEJ      PEOP
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSrOKE. B.C.
E.   Q.   BUttPIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe)
nnd Furnsoe work
-WORK   StiOP-
Oonnaught Ave).   •   Havvlato**
UNION HOTEL
ARWHs MAD, H. ('.
upeciti Attention given to oomnercial
men aiid tourists. Kirst-clssa lamp!'
rooms. Finest scenery in British Colons-
hia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender Ior Arrowhead Lock-up," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister ot I'ublic WorkB up to noon ol
Wednesday, tbs Uutti day ol October,
1 a 12, lor the erection and completion
of constables' quarters, ottice, und I
lock-up at Arrowhead, in tbe Revel-
sti.ke  Electoral  District,  B.O.
1'lans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender muy be seen on and
alter the 13th day o! October, Vili
at the Oflloe of thc constable in
charge, Arrowhead; tbe liovciiiineat '
Ageut, Hevelstoke, uud thc Depart -
meat of I'ublic Woiks. 1'url.anient
Uuildingb,  Victoria, b.C.
Kach proposal aiust be aecompauiwl
by an accepted bunk cheque or certin-
cate ol deposit un a chartered bunk ol
Canudu, made payable to tbe Houour
able tbe Mitiistei ut I'ublic Works, lor
a sum equal to 10 per cent, ol tbeir
tender, B'hich shull lie forfeited if the
Party tcnder.ug decline to enter into
coutru.-t when culled upon to du so,
ur if be lull tu complete tbe work
contructed toi. Thc cheques or cer -
titicales ol deposit ol unsuccessful
tenderers will lm returned to them up
on the execution ul tbe coutract.
Tenders .-. i 1 not be considered unless mude uut un tbo forms supplied
Biguud with thc actual slguaturo of
the tenderer, und enclosed in tno envelopes furnished.
Tbc lowest or any tender not neces
sarily accepted.
J.  B. GRIFFITH,
Publio Works Engineer.
Dei., tnm.1 ,,• public works,
Victoria,   B.I       • «l   lUtb,   1912.
ttt ite. uct. u U.
%tWA^
■rfab /vrr-te-ieUni'^ft'
my de£&At
, { &twi2tyStm'mi/
jMaftJeauiieJuic
DYO-LA
 iPMem^ALl KINDS"'
lie ihe CLEANEST, SIMPLUT. and Hi-,. HOME
DVI , on* ten buy*-Why you don'l tv«n hav* to
know what KIND ot Cloth your Goods sr« mad*
nt.aaSo IIMtkM If* tmp'tiiihlr,
Stnd foe h.r Color Cat.). Story Bonklat. and
ltd- 'J.i Clvlnff results of I-winy nv.-f i.fi. r nolort.
I I..- JOHNSON'  lit  HUM,SON CO., I tm.ir.l,
Moatrwl. Canada.
HEAVY DIVNKER CUKED
San; aria Cured Him and He Helps
Others
A iiinn who haa boon relensod from
tho uwihi    eravlnnH    ol'    drink,    und
iv Ii  first thought is to help others,
Bhown the spirit  ut true  brotherhood
and  philanthropy     Head his I.ti. ri
"The   Hftniiuin   itemeily     Co.,     Toronto,
i int.:
■■will   you   please   Bend   mo   boos    on
drink,   also   elreulnrs   relating   to   your
\ allied n moil}  rni  lho drink liabli,  I   ■
In  hand  iIioho tu  n   fi'luud  whu  Ih  mmmmm
In  i-ulii tlirouKli drink.    Yuu will rem, in
hor Ilml   I  havo lakon  cmii- remedy, und
I   rind ii nil  you claim  H   to lie,    I   nm-ei
t'hlnk of mklni! or usini! stroiiK drink in
nny way, uh all doBlro ror it  has lofl  me
I  mmmm.m  suimii, too hlKhly of your won
derful  I'omedy,    Vou  may  uso my  nam -
In   any   ivnv   you   wish   In   public,
"II.   Lllywhlto,   Bi-lgdon,   , nf "
Bamarlu    Prescription    ls    insteless
nnd  odorlei i, anil   dissolves  Inatnntly
ln ten or eoffoo, or can be mixed with
f i,    ii can ho given  with or with
,ini   the path nt'n  knowledge,     n  re-
 i rs tho cra\ inn for drink, build    ip
il,,. lystom nml restores    the    nervea
in-liil.  becomes dlstaataful and    even
Ilil IISmIIIIM.
hrlnk Is ii disease, nol n crime.
One drink of whiskey always Invites
another, The Inflamed nerves nnd
stomach create n orftvlng that must
either be satisfied by more whiskey
or removed by scientific treatment
like Bamarla Prescription. Samaria
Prescription has been In repular nnd
successful use by physicians nnd hospitals for nvcr ton years.
tr vnu know of any family needing
Bamarla Prescription, tell them about
It. If you have u husband, fnther or
friend that Is drifting Into drink, help
him snve himself.    Write to-day.
A I'ltMi: TRIAL PACKAGE of Sa-
marln Proscription, with booklet, elv-
inc full particulars, testimonials, price,
etc.. will he sent absolutely free and
postpaid in plain sealed packnge to
anyone asking fur It and mentioning
this paper. Correspondence sacredly
confidential.   Write to-day.
TllK RAMAIUA ItKMKI.Y CO.,
Dept 4'). 4C  Cnlborne street,  Toronto,
Canada,
Also  for  Sale  hy     ('.   H.   Macdonald,
Druggist,  Hevelstoke,  13.  C.
St. Peter's Church Concert
'llm concert lu-ld under th i auspices
of iln- Bt. Pet r's cburcb committee,
on     Friday, Oi t,   Lsstb, at the opt ra
i   e, waa a succei . in every si use i I
imm ,..,i,i.    i Iim perioiinance
i.y i njoyud ir;.  a large mum    appi -1 ia
tlve     audience.   Tho     girls' cboi isi
Woi i- \i i y dalnt j and i be   u
have dom   )ui tice to proi
.dia's M. Paget must i e coinpliii
i'i 'in tbe Iiui a work    be did, ai
ii rest o£ tl     ■■■ ing ladies,
lurco     "In iiii  Parle e'runcai        ■■■ ai
well staged aud  i be .■■•
ai... to hi  desired.
in all the other numbers ol th
i i mm .a pi 0gi ,,.n i ;i.. ,,, ors d .
it to i hi m el v m   and t/ne coi
■  uu :    ;.  ighter than proles
i!..  us iu.ll)   get.    \\ Itb  a  num; - i
amateurs ol that  call ire at I be
posal ol  Bt.   Petal's church,   iv i
i li.ii  we will .'mmi  ii ,.in i in 1., again
illli        aioLaJ      IlL-IUJ
BUSINESS LOCALS
Clenu conl nt Coursier's.
If she said "bring chocolates" she
means "Sugar Uowl" chocolates.
Vancouver lslund acreage at 11. N.
Counter's.
Tbe "Sugar llowl" hut cuoculute,
culii-c aud teu, etc.,  lb uu^urpusbc.l.
Clean, smokeless, furnace lump aud
uut coul at t'oursier's.
All subscribers uot receiving the paper regularly ure requested Lo coui -
muuicute with tbu editor, .dull Hei uld
Uoi lit, Uevelstoke ll.C, iu order
tbut their complaints may be reclined! Write your lull nume uud ad -
urcss leu 1 oly, and your complaint will
be attended to promptly.
The "Sugar bowl fountain)', like
Charlies Auut, is still running. Wu
are still serving out to satisued customers our delicious ice creuui, sodas
und  Suudaes.
Here s the road to comfort, u vanished  Hunt, u cool   body aud    a ru -
freiiied one, tue only  •■.,)    ........   u
COOl  uruin  at  U,e  Dugar   dowi  i ouu-
l.i.n.   UcKenxie  Avenue.
Her tune was wrong,  h^r tune was
bad;
lbe tlluck Key Study  made ber sud,
She said good bye to all the fuss,
And  bought a Uouriuy  Angelas,
At tbe Hevelstoke Music lilore.
Tbe "Sugar Uowl" Luncheonette Ib
now running in connection with our
soda fountain. Ladies will liud here
a coinioi taale pluce to gel an afternoon cup ol tea, chocolate, codee,
heel  tea and light  rclr-'shiuents.
ii treatment lliat Costs Kothiny
ii It fails
We want > ou i o i ry thn e largi
ties ol Itexull "93" Hair Ti
personal guarantee tnat  Ine trial will
not  cost   you   a penny   if   it  .lues   not
give yuu absolute satisfaction, That b
prool ni our faith In Huh remedj
it slioiilii  Indisputably     dei
that   wu know   what we are    talking
ubuut when  vve say   thai  Rexall   "
Hair Tunic will retard baldn   s, uver
come scalp and  hair aliments, and if
atu     human    agency   can a'ccom]
this result, It may be relied upon to
promote a new growth ol bair.
Remember, we arc basing our Btati
ments upon what, has airead ■
compllshed by the use ,,.  ,.   .,
Hair Tun.., and »c bave the right to
assume   that   what   It   has   June      fur
thousands of others it will du fui you
in anj  event yuu cannot Lose     anything by giving it a trial on uur liberal     guarantee.   Twu sizes, 60c,  and
$1.00.   Rememl ei.     yuu     can  o
Rexall    Remedies   In tins community
only at uur store, Walter Bews' drug
store,   the   Hex.ill  Store.
At ttie Empress Theatre
"The  Missouri Girl"  Is a     comedy
| drama  that  produces     more genuine,
heart; laughter than    anything     yet
1 written,   in connection wub a Btrong
ami  Interesting plot.  It contains  the
most ludicrous  situations ever    cun-
l eeived.   The company  presenting   the
pluy this season  is i ompOBed ul some
S tTTODAY, OCTOBER 16, 1912
MUNICIPALITIES
CONVENTION
. .;.. bs   i    . in ol     the
B,   l     convention,
at   i p.m. ou Wednesday.
i    i turthei    important  resolutions
pte I, "First that tbu
. on the | overnnient
to eil m.i  the Municipal  Ola-
,i    all the i   li ting exemptions
i; ,, rovemi nt Taxation,"
■. nd, that the government be
i from the Mun-
Olauses     Act, all    exemptions
■   ■ ...iv upuu land.     I hi se res-
.    .: , at i led oul. would involve
Ing i   a
.,,.'.., lty with othei  propel
ments aud
an   ' ■■■■■  '■ ■■■ ■
a n .'   •■ itUyst
e at .,
; .    , |       their
exam q talifj
:,...   thi   Pun   Foods Acts,   .'..i   al
..
Ex-Reevi •       it, North \ .,:.• ■ '■
......
..   the ...i.:>  oj
er ol     ,    ,     di      'ft  Increasing the
■     . ilarii Bof     mayors, reeves,
ddei:.u ii.   He   sug -
ool  trustees and other '.i also equitably clam
i      .  also that   many    of
thi   persons at ihu convention     ap -
pat nt ■. ... lb I-, lint
kets witl Increased emoluments for
performing civic duties, would be
i overpaid for their Bervlces un
der the proposed scale. Convention
resolved tu leave the matter In the
han Is of ESxecut • i    . . li i ation,
and action.
By  ,i uuaaimous vote the  next
vi ntion v. Ill  be beld in \ ancouvei.
ELECTION  OF OFFICBKS.
! : ■ the officers i li 'tisl lor
ii   year 1913.
Mayoi Lei-, New Westminster, President; Mayor Robinson, Kamloops,
Vice-president; bvx-Reeve Bose, Becretary Treasurer; Executive—Mayor Mc
Nish, North Vancouver; Reeve Weart,
Burnaby; Reeve Dick, Mission; Alderman Smith, Vernon; Mayor Beckwltb
\  CtOI Mayor   .Sutherland.    Hevel
stoke,   Uderman   Enright,   Vancouver.
TL..- -: the business seasioms
and a banquet tendered by the Cuy
ol Revelstoke tbe same evening closed tbe convention.
Everyone is loud in their praises of
the in ai. iimi .a which they have been
received and treated, and well satis-
the r< ilt of the convention
i.i 1 most -ucress
[ul ever beld in the history of the U.
ol B. C. M.
A SUCCESSFUL. THilATME.NT
Mrs. Bdward Kennedy, ol Meriden,
Conn., 40 years old, was advised by
her Physician to try Dr. Martell's Ke-
tnale puis, she did »u wltb wonderful
results. Thousands of others would
sny thc same. HU years the standard
nt your  1 -lxt.
New Time Table
On June 2nd. a new C.P.R. time
table came into effect lor the sum -
mer, changing the hours ot arrival
and departure of the trair.s. which
are as follows:
WEST  BOUND.
of the beBt known people m the theatrical profession who are fully cap-
uble ol extracting thi- fun, and deul-
mg it out :<■ the public In a mu.-t
sutisfuetury manner. Nine ol tbe uld
favorites remain in the cast; some
uf them have played the.r respective
roles fur ,-. ins continuously.
This guarantees a first class performance.   The new people added fur this
season   were  selected  lur their  peculiar titness  for  the roles they are     to
assume, and  it Is safe to ;
a "better than ever" line can safety
be added to the advertising nutter.
The vaudeville portion of the show
hns been enl.uvc.l and    strengtl
Tin- production s.::    i   ■ en in Us entirety iit the  Empress theatre,   \|^n -
duy, Oct. inh, Thanksgiving Day.
No. Arrive
')     5:55   	
1    15:35   	
13  	
Leave
  6.15
 15:55
X6.--S0   lio.k
KAST BOUND
No  Arrive  Leave
*    24:45    24:55
"    7:20    7:40
2   11-55   1*18
SOUTH TRAIN
Arrives 15:30,   leaves 7:40 a.m.
-^-DIRECT frcw M K-HYto ai.TCHEN««f
^A\\V!il!'//
Save over $25
when buying your
RANGE
|
-. .-ii.T... v.*z;.T>e.-.eii —-y ■.
^jj,
r^miiT-    '
hrt-&\
$4!°~°
XO
$49^
THIS FALL.     >     ;^' - ^VEPtWthe FREIGHT
You Can Buy *'DOH1INION PRIDE" KANGE Al Factory Price
Dlrcrl From Tha I uriji-sl M«UeoM« Range Worka In Can.-ida
IP MU « rt tu 'ive Iri'tn ;'     I"' '•■'■
for our Cstalogiti ■ I    '   I
li ... ■ i iiri in r i   ■ ■  '     ■   ■  ■
i lo$78 fof it,   ^'•'ll -■    Id be | i Ing two extra profil
i , tlie cost of your ran ilutely m thing to
ii" •..
tins milch leal limn nihar  ranR^. In  Ua <:*..,  the
"I'llMI-.IM'.    I   M U'I I-   '  ll    ir   •„•'    '.,. ,„,.■        |t   |.   ma Ma   , |    (oufl,.
>l„.„», ,nnil""'.I^lml, Ul'l llir b».t klu< IM.li.hrJ atxl    nial'IM      • .ill
,K»I a, ar,,. carl, cr I" I
i ■■ - not '■., 11   ,..-..   limply rub It ever with s
i' m'i.   With tincol,l roll' .i •.,-< I ;m • , 'ititju.
■ ,..', t.   it,.; .- .      -
trOMI   !■'        ,     |   nie ,„,,„! tl ,„,,,,, || range)       ,n'   ■.
I       ■  li ive  prof.  1   Unit   II  .avei over .".Oil of fuel, l>ii"'ing ellliri   I        I
or cuat.
"Thr Eeeltttlen ol
lhc t'ooli Slovr"
TJ-.M.S    »'■••■ i
Ihr   liinr Ihr
Cftaa   tlwrllrra
rl.    ; | ,,1| ,,|.|,fira
Into llie not i
ll,    11 ill-.. Irllanll
aim,it
Pride "   His r«
Whether
a li.■■■
o,   ni t   ■ "'   a   t
.
Wrll. Inr I r.f I «»r
a.uLnaaa.aaA a. . Aa ... r
*v;: PAY TOE FREIGHT
k "..mmi: ■ ' Range, with high dowi ihtlftidtlsiviltd
tank fir RuhIi    ■ m)  to k" undei ratagtt I leclloBi
*■. vH| bt dettvertd toaiy itatloa Ifl
Hnll*ill lnl« Provlnni for fair, or t-> Rif iltllofl Ifl
• i t f 11   |«, \n l»f a-*nt wiih ofdtf *ni. httflflt I 'o
l]   tlvetriffll your lUtlOfl,    If oot tonvemrnt (<>
pajr c»tli wc will flfroMfl '" *cc*?p| your not*.
COMING EVENTS
: '■ '■•  .n  "The  Oamp
Fires Gloom."   Empress theatre.
John-",n-Klynia  motion   pictures   com-
un. Empress theatre.
October 28—The Missouri Girl at Empress theatre.
Canada Malleable & Steel Ranjje Mfg. Co., Limited, Oshawa, Ont.
Whem writing ll will bt> ■ Jiillnt,'. favar lo ua if y>u wilt mco'iurt thU papar. 7
OOTENAY
STEEL
RANGE
When you
buy a "Kootenay"
Steel Range you
make a permanent
investment. Thc
►"Kootenay^
is guaranteed by
' makers and dealers alike]
to be a strong, d
range and o   perfect
cooker an o
i.9   naker. •>
M^Clarys
B   ''. Fuel.
'ii    neeeseary    always    lq
stock at \ aneouver.
SOLD Jiy iKjUHNB BROS, SATURDAY, ' u'TOBElt 26, 1912
rVTTE3 MAIL-HSR A.!!!:.),   Tl'  •VTiILiSTO IST "E3
r
SATURDAY, Ot'TOnKTt 3d, 1013
voiis fan wimn
. i" in
i m raid.)
that
ft ... 11
t I
i      . .   ' i   ■■.      A.        .
■   .
■
I    f'.tinl .
■■ .
■
■ '
'
1
, ■                  ate .:-
N i
;. u u   li.i
■,i
n t tit.
Mm!..,
But
.
.
Illlgl
.
[alter,
Empress Theatre
Date Is Now Fixed
.  continue  in  i"'  mentioned     but
Murechal would appear tu he the lav
Ottawa,     "'I    20    \n '"tin ul tin-  nrite guess.   Thero ,s still  some spec
i'i ••   illation as lu whether ur mil      Hnn.
railing parliament   I igcthcr on Thurs   ',,.  U, Mantel will resign.   Mr. Nantel
11    i-ill       mm  nil   Monday
Hull     led     '     .    ivui    uf     :
IS so,
-  go;
...   .■ .;   c Mii ..im.
'I   hurt
',,
.   .
1
iA:.  .."
■
j: •   tb
V,    .
'•
ise u.-,
Sfl .      .        is cli an  our
. tin.
Oh  e:... ..'. ,
Can  you noi > are
.. ..:. :
mt us the I ,
■
—Cai- I
i  u. n. hill tii
■ ■    ..
.
■
.
.
la.k
'
.
tb
',   .          . i
.
to
on    ■ .i ti hi 'I  by  tin
ay, when lh,
ir> proclamation was prepar
1 here have  been
m lio • n"i saj Ing one thing or the
..i ii.t h.i- mhim to Jolicl te iu attend
the marriage o( Inn daughter,
Ui i .■■•■ n  now and   Noveml ct   21   the
ministers will  be husil)  engageil pre
■  il I'elop -  paring  the  sessional  iirogram.   lt Is
the political Ititatioti luce expected thai con lerahli hitslnees
will he disposed "I before Christmas.
As sunn .,.- the debate on the address
in rcplj to the spe ch trom thc throne
■ . ' I .; pxpeel I I ...ii the
,. i iit 'b teiii| oi ny naval policy
will be brought down. The length ol
i i       .   i [em ■  Bourn sa ar-
. li om Monti ul a   con
!   Mr, Monk. Sn [ar a   i an
certainc l t here «.n be no change
ii   Him course ol I mini i       I
i ri     It of th    i mi', |, mm.   li   is ex-
that   thc formal announcement    tl     dehnti  will, of course depend upon
i the retiri       .'  ol Mr.  M..nk will he   the nature ol  the proposals,  hut even
mi Tuesday  after Premlei   Bor    should  it   he prolonged,    opportaaltj
■ ■   ound to Introduce important
li 'i has liml ait opporl unit . ol coi
a iiii the lmke ol Connaught who
to ih" capital on Mo
When the name ol Mt    Monk'i   suc-
ii or   a 111   he  announced   is  noi   ye!
m,   but   ill   thC   hei: :   ipiar
■   • !     ed il  will  nol
d  longer than  a le Thc
name ol I.. T.  Marcr.hal, K.C . Moo -
s  including the amend
Bank act, now in course
Then  the committees
w.ll be organized in readiness for work
the holidny and  lorinal   re|     I
present
I   tin    government   lms   not   yet
vhetber it will bring
ti mu.   ,m I Hon. T. Chase Casgrain "I   down tl ■ redistribution bill at thc ap-
Enternatlonal Waterways comi ■ uu.
CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
CAPITAL, $15.000,000 REST, .$12,500,000
DRAFTS ON FOREIGN COUNTRIES
Drufls on tlie- principal cities In the [ollowing countries issued without
dolr.y:
n:
Rapubllo
Africa
An,Mi,,
AiUMiitlni
AlllK'llll,
Au.l rnlln
AiM.lrlii I Iiiiiiiii y
Bl       . Ml
I'l llll
Bulimia
Cey'cin
Cl 'li
China
Cr, "■
Cuba
lv       iiii
111 pl
I'l,      M    .   I
I   .       ., .1
I   : ., 111 i
I,, i i     t. i V
i.n ecfl
li     ind
1 iii   ii,I
India
ll
Ji.r.ui
MflCI Mm:.la
1 uilu
Ii   ncliurla
(
N" v .'. iilund
1-   r-   v
i     .mil
I or>la
Pern
I li     .Mm- 1, landl
I   '     i
h rl -iini
Ri M.imlii
RIMSIU
Bei M.,i
s nn
Blborln
S   lllll Alrica
Br mh
: irnltfl Baittementi
Sweden
I      Mll.ll.,1
SVIMI
Turn-ay 8.7
United St.it,",
Wo»t Indioa, cto,
FULL  LINE  OF  GENT'S   SHOES
ThcBe drafts can bc drawn In sterling, francs, murks, Hre, kronen, yen,
taels, roiibleH, u,v., nccordiiiff lo the money of the country In w hich they
! liis ru,ilil, - the payee to obtain the exact amount Intended.
nre payable
RfVr.LSTOKE D1AKCH
M, CIUBON, M.imr< i-
NAKU8I' BRANOH   H. L. ROTHWELL, Mnnctffor
MM MAK-t(IVlM(N CAiVADIAN MRVlfE
ROYAL MAIL S'l KAMHR8
Montreal
New
I AI. I. SKKVH l
tjuebec        l.ivi i pool
l\   bu,ir li.i\ - ,ii Sen
M gantic    N "
Teutonic   Sal   Nov,  I,
Laurentic, Sat, No    ''
Canada, Sat. Nov. In.
I IIKISTMAS S U1.1NC.S
ml.m.I. Maine, Halifax, Liverpool
Neu S.S.  I, iuu nlu'
s s. Teutonic
b s. Canada. ,
I   1 'Mil
l'ml!. iml
Dec   7
..Dec II
.  Dec -'1
p-rotii
Iln ilax
lin   li
De
New   s.s.   Laurentic and   Megantic,   15,0011  tons
Canad.i.    All Classes Carried.
582   leet,   18 000   h.p.
largest  from
S.S.    Canada,   514  feet.
S. S. Teutonic
10,000 tons.
Carry only Second and Third Class,
becked through lo Steamer in bond.    No hotel or Iran&fet
txpi
Company's Office, 61? Seoor.d Avenue, 'Se.-itilo, 3 doors e^st irom Clierry Street
or A. G. BKuVluR, Agent Canadian Pacific Railway, Revelstoke, B.C
Tho well known Keen Kut Shoe and the Wellington solid leather Shoe. They are both
leathers. We also curry a full line of Tan
Shoes.   Call and see them before purchasing.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot und Shoo Repairers,
Siiilillors
Harness Makors
a KyiaWktM.iamaaW
Howson C8b Co.
Aro  prepared to  Sell  Furniture, Carpets,
Linoleum  and  alll House Furnishings
at Eastern Prices.
Ask for Cash Discount.
COAL and WOOD
r
Good Screened  Lump Coal (semi hard)
from Lethbridge now in
Birch, Firand    Hemlock- dry-$6 to $7 a cord
Orders will receive prompt attention.     Tlu t.c No. do
S. G.  ROBBINS
Will Ls 'iiiii in Foil
Vancouver, ilet. l- The propose i
reorganization of the Dominion Saw
in.lis waa Banc! lone l hj J.. i Ice Mur
phy in the supreme courl this morn
• i l will come Into i Itecl al i nee
the Bhnri holders, ilehenl ure holders,
an l the English courts having pre\
lously given their eonsent.
Douglas  Armour,  lor  tbc  e i any,
stated that while the scheme provid
es l.u a compromise with tbe del in
ture holders, all tbe unsecured creditors :n Uritish Col uni I lu * 111 bi pa I
in full, an,I the scheme provides that
the new company will not get legal
possession ot tbe asa ts until the un
si cure l creditors are satisfied
P
CRAWFORD
PAINTER
Siltisfal ii"ii   glial tnteeil
Agent   lor   Fifixiuinc   Eleotric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
sl,- p in Cumminfr's Transfer
lliiildiiiir,  S icontl StrePt
INDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If no, call at the Kevelstoke Plumbing d8l.
Sheet    Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
I'h,me 2HI
Night Phone 4(1
P.  ().  Mux -169
P.A
...
■
I ALL GOOD DE/ULERS SELL
'. ,Si^oxFOf|) - ..    ,
STOVES AN C
RANGES
■
.
-■
..
■■>
.
.
•
1
1 .
LftHlULLLHufliL  ntiltJ
11
K.   II    II-,.
Itatu I
"   k.    i i • j ■
" -. .aiiou,
*        RatreaaRoki it  Wednes -
day   ,..st.
1 proving his poul
tr> rancb ot making »cp-
arat. runs and breeding iiene.
Mis o.l  as
.  'ancler at!
o.  a* also making     wore
:)f* »ud rt>i>pi lor ber (owl,
it--
The Gurney-Oxford
Enthusiast
The housewife w':o owns a Gurney-Oxford—who
ha? riat'y exnenenre wit' it —who knows the way
it works—the economy dr.d efficiency of it—is a
Gurney-Oxford Enthusiast.
T,tc Gurney Oxford Range is the sum total of 70
years experience in stove construction. It is a big,
up-sianding, handsi me stove, that works constantly
and unfailingly for its owner's satisfaction. It stands
guard over her interests, conserving her time and
enerrr', effecting a daily raving in coal, adding to the
old economy and increasing the pleasure which
comes from a smooth-running and well-ordered
household.
That's why she enthusiastically recommends the
Gurney-Oxford whenever the question comes up.
She wants itrr friends to loam, wh.it she knows
to be a fyrl, that a Gurney-Oxford Range is a good
housewife's most valuable ami cherished possession.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
Revelstoke, B. C.
OL
KM JO Ui OFF
Until He Took GIN PiLLS
■ i, :..v.
"I In-
ral Ioi
i wit^ laid tin
i. .i \
-
• liysielan
Gravel ln The
■
•     by GIN* 1
ip ' y a pru
'.'.un fnr
"11 the
trongly
which '.
A   '     - ■   .
.
Sample tree
lemical
.   . pronto.       uy
'
'
Dress fVSakiiig
A. E. S. Tailoring Sohool
I laving now secured suitable
premises, will open in the
I'AYLOR HLOCK, over
McRae Mercantile to.'.s
Store, Monday, t\t 'her -.
All orders for dressmaking
promptly and skilful)}' at-
teuded to.
Two Ni In   classes  iveekl)    Wednes-
i ttoura   Irom  1 t» y.
li.i. li.'in- ti.mii ti to U; l to 4:30.
Catherine Goodwin
Box 26      -    Revelstoke. B.C
Fr mi Lands
FOR SALE
(J-iiena  Bay  l»r,il" in parcels ol
I '•  - 'HI kt"- or fii blue.     Cnrri'H-
'in!-',i e ini '■ ■!.
;ii
) ii the Monej
5 %
ro b
build
PAY
OR    IMPI-
llll i \v\IH\s HOMI
INVESTMENT CO,, LID.
G, S. MARSHAL!
Hi .
John Shaw. Agent.
13ox6I6 Arrowhead
i COALr
I all Lump Coal arriv-
Orders will have
tion.
A. Oavidscn,
PHONE
292
Sash, Doors. Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business f
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office  and  Bar   Fixtures,   Storm
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
c7Vletal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
ASK THE  DRIVER
KvtM-yliody knows him, he will
ti'll you lhat the whiskeys we are
silling are the best. Call and he
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Har>
vey'e Speelel Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
HI) years old or Blackberry Brandy
fnr Medicinal purposes, Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds nre unexcelled. Sold Iiy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
Sewing Machines
A n of SltiR-
Wilson 8ew-
intf Machines
For Sale or Hire
e month al Manning's,
i.ils •,, in." hine net
■
MANNINCi,   A«ent.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
'■  i.n' 'it•  ai d Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Do You Want Cheap Wood
or Building Material
2x4 Cedar.    1 inch, 1;+ inch io 3 inch
Dry Cottonwood
All Buildings and Platforms on Old Mill
Site for sale.
CALL AT
Bowman Lumber Company's Office
Third Street and Smelter Track
i SATUHDAY, OCTOBER 26, '1912
TTT Si   J&^s.TlLrJETTlTl^.J.jJD^   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2i.   1112
e
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Ston
C. 3- 0ume $ C°» limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS  DEPARTMENT
Heavy Tweed  Coat,   trimmed   with   large  ornamental
buttons,      heavy     strappings,
large pockets and heavy cuffs.
$17.50
Ladies' Fine Caracole Coat.
This is a beauty. Satin trimmed and full satin lined, full
length coat. This Season's
model and one of the best.
$25.00
mm
- y
IS
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 antl 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
$I.OO  Each
New Camel Hair Blanket
Cloth Coat in the new Camel
Brown and Tan. Some are
reversable     Beautifully made.
$27.50
Groceries and Crockery Department
Finest and Best Fruit
That Money Can Buy
Mcintosh Red Apples, Gravenstine Apples,
Wealthv Apples, Cranberries, Red Grapes,
Green Grapes, Eastern concord Grapes,
Oranges and Lemons.
Fresh Shipments of Fish
Kippered Herring, Finnan Haddies, Halibut
Choice Coffee Beans Fresh Ground
Mocha and Java, per Ib 50c
Our Own  Brand 45c
Our Special, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Condensed   Coffee  with   Milk and    Sugar
Chase & Sanbourne's t Ib. Tins 50c
" " 1 lb. Tins 90c
Nabob, 1 lb. Tins 50c
l'ostutn Coflee in packages 25c
Choice T
eas
Ram Lai's )2 Ib. and 1 lb. packages, 3 and
5 lb. packages, 50c: Sunbeam, Red Label,
40c. per lb.. Blue Label, 50c. per lb.; Blue
Ribbon, While and Red Label, per lb. 30c.
Liptons, 50c. and 60c. per lb.; Ridgways,
50c. and 60c. per lb.; Tetley's, 50c and
60c. per lb.; Salada Blue Label, 50c per
lb.; uncolored Japan, 1 Ib. packages, 50c;
5 o'clock 1 lb. packages, 50c, 5 lb. boxes,
S:.;,s. Deckafulty, 1 lb. packages, 75c.
We have bulk tea, 35c. up to 75c. per lb.
Our Special, 3 lbs. for Si.00.
Specials for Friday and Saturday Only
llolhrook's Sauce (large bottles)	
 Regular 50c.    On Sale at 35c.
Gillard  I'ickles (large bottles)	
 Regular 50c.    On Sale at 35c.
Olive Oil and Cucumber Toilet Soap	
. . Reg. 60c. pcr do/..    On Sale at 35c. per doz
Three Large Assorted Cakes in box.	
. . . Reg. 35c. per box. On Sale 75c. per box
Individual Packages Grape Nuts and Post
Toasties 20c. per dozen pkgs.
Exclusive Hat Styles
We are the sole agents in the City for the famous Christy
Hats. These hat makers were the first to make stiff hats and
to-day make the best. Our soft hats of their manufacture present
all the new features without being extreme. Let us show you our
line of Rourrh Felts and Velours.
MEN'S STIFF HATS
In the new wide brim and low crown,  feather-weight quality.
Cannot be duplicated at near the price
$3.50 Each
MEN'S STIFF HATS
In medium and extreme brims,   "Scott" quality.   The best hats
made   . 	
$5.00 Each
MEN'S VELOURS
In all blocks and in different shades of green, grey and brown.
Christy's quality
$4.50  and  $5.00  Each
cJMEN'S  ROUGH FELTS
In   the   latest   and    snappiest   blocks.     All   the   new  colors.
Priced at
$3.00  and $3.50 Each
The Correct
Storm Coat
V\/7 nether it is a big, roomy
" ulster, a smart, knee-length
street coat, or a dress overgar*
mont you are in need of, we ean
show you the absolutely correct
style in 2"ith Century Brand—
and that brand means something
—it means expert tailoring, irreproachable style, perfection of
fit and your choice of the first
selections from the leading woollen makers of the world.
We are exclusive agents.
Prices:   $25 to $35
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
CURTAINS
We are showing a few nice lines of Curtains, Screens and Madras by the
yard from 20r. to 50c, also many different patterns of Lace Curtains.
You will do well to see them before buying.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT
On Carpet and Carpet Squares we are making a Special Discount of 20
per cent, on an already low price. There are some exceptional good
bargains in Tapestry and Brussels. We are mading this offer 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 makejyour selections while the stock is all here. Come and
see them anyway. IATURDA?   0CT0B1 R
TI3IE3 J&A.TTj-TTttJElJL.TjJD,   Ti F/VIElILSTO BZ^]
RATimDAv, ooTnnron ar,, 1012
Going Now at Sale Prices
The Entire Stock of Womens' Long Coats and Suits
All New Fall and Winter Styles
^1
Ladies' Navy Blue Serge Suits
Sizes 3u and 34.
Sale Price .
Roegular $28.00.
$19.00
Ladies"
Tweed Suils
Regular Ptice $22.50. Now $15.50
Ladies' Long Coals
One lot   to  clear
$20 Coats.
at $10.   Regular
Sale Price $15.00
Misses Fall Goals
Regular Price  $9.00.    Sale Price
$b.50
TIr'm- (.'oais will  lil L'irls li'Mii   IU 10  M > i .11 s.
Call
in and See the List of Goods We Are Offering
at such a Large Reduction in Price
REID & YOUNG
Editor   Mull 1 In ulil,—
Dear sir,—1 have boen requoBtotl,
through youi- columns in glvo uu Idea us to the opinions ol tho delegates
liuin Him coasl whu havo uoen attend
Int; the convention tv, Id in youi citj
.ii Km,, Istose, regar-UiiiK tlio consbitu-
oncj who wero wise onoiigt] In their
iluy un.l generation in elect the Hon,
Thos, Taylor us their member. At.
tin- lust convention lislu ." Wastmln
ster there were nu.ii.> uiisgiviugB i.s
io whether you coulil hand out tne
goods, thpso oi us oi Hint opinion,
(not publicly expressed) arc now rea
Uy io ko through an) penauco ., on
nia) Impose. As youi readers wlll
kno.v thore were luunj   >>t)u might ue
i, 11...'.i nii' uli h i  not " hm pat iy
m it.f. Many ol us n cur Btaiueuj on
Uu- other nun.I in,,out u tuirdj oi i mm
yu hi,'..   men  win. ,n.  .... mig up tm
i.iuivm.    i in- aeari a  i    i i ...i     .■-' ••)
. -., .,'., ion ti, llu- let lings oi Llio.-c
gone I.y, is .. thougn we hud been
uBieop mr twenty . surs ... i imvtl)
woUe up, found oursclvos In Itevel -
ntoke, « mul'ssiuim; a picture aaon with
ns marvellous changes Bince youi
writer nrst saw It. um are now isav-
Ing your lair city In the interior
wnii impression- never dreamt ol
w.in recollections ... perhaps tne most
Important gathering ever
Terrific Battiee How Raging
London, del. m;i while it is roporl
i-d Kirk Kilissili hus lieen taken Iiy
ine Bulgarians after terrific lighting,
und tlmt one of the Adrlanople forts
hus surrendered to their uttuck, the
only definite news comes from the
Hiuly Express' oorrospondentlat Bona
who telegraphs that lhe big buttle
that lms been raging ui'ouinl Klrk-
Klleaseh since yestordaj is still going
on.
It is rumored Hint the line ot Turkish defence between K-lrk-Kllosseh un.l
(Vdrianople hus been brokon by ihe
Bulgarians.
From  Vlonun oomee a report     via
ihut   liu,iiiiii  Bulgarians     aro
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
I
Sol
.M A H H I E 11
.    •   ■    tURY—Al   the ri ildi nei     ol
the part ni-.   Revelstoko,  li.
on Ol ■   ',   i.y  Hev.
.1.   V, .   -;. ■       I  ,        Mm
'  ll am  J I.  Gray,  b t1.'  o.
:; .-.■-. .... ii. C.
HAI SPEERS—On October 23rd, ut.
the Man R ■ ■ toke, ':.''. by ine
Rev.  -I. Vi. Stevenson, M.A., B.  D.,
Kathleen  i..    Speers     to     l'tiomus
ntuart lie.;.
THt LliV IN iirilLr
I   . lay      •.'..- Thanksgiving   Day,
I ninl   i.uiiks  will   bv closed.
Mr.
• :
ai.J Mrs. 11- Cameron, old-tim-
.. .ue v..-..Lou; iu the city
st. Petei s cburcb Sunday, Harvest
Thanksgiving Sermon by the Rector,
.Mr. Wn,. Manson, M.P.P. ol Prince
I. , ■::, Bras ,, lisitor in the city this
week.
■ ' .    ...   who    Ilus
.'.,   ...  It-it      Ior
DO] .     . • -{■ :.;.,>   ,...:.,ii   .
Mi .i I. Logic, ..; s .inn., i land,
was t the Me tho list parson-
.' eek.
i;.  an   pl.in
-. .ui :-. ivem
'   I     '■  li  w.ii ul'l" ui
\ Interested in
.   :.               -: i....   Alliance
iS   Ca '.::,'        Ill
.. i.   \
:. J. H. Wait
-
■   i lie e.ty    ..ii
....   afternoon.
it _■■
.   . I
i . .
I SI
... ..:i Hal
.
..
■ nts.
..'.•'.  r  lot  ■
■
-   ..
guest
■■
Prkmkr /ino Season
l fi i'i ►.'.<! \ !■!.   l*tuit» wc Ii.ui'l'i only ihe best*    tf you wish to  pro*
cui    mcli n: i   : uol ht   Iji .ten   either  in quality <>r price,  we
would udvi i  you ti   place youi orilerwitb us.   We will guumntee de
!i\ii> oi al] orders Lakcu.
I'lJllT .IAKS  AM) KCItltKUH
This seabou we are hiuuliiiiK Un celebrated Mason I*'ruitjars
Quarts antl h dl ;,.tii ins,    '.... i Jars require no cotnnw nt.
par excellent e.
ni Pints,
'i iui .ni'
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
lievelstoke Inside Property
Real i   "ii'- F" sellinj  rapidly.   Why not get in before all tbe uiosl
able residt ntial i"is are tufa .; upi
Last week we in.fir several kooi. nwles to local buyers .nnl it will only be a
short time before ! ire all closed out.
i'all at oui office and K*'t lull particulars,   .\u our property cau be sold
on eas} terms*
Kootenay Agencies, Limited
IIMI.I     Oil   ill
Western Irantter ot ( anatla. t'aesu
conveutious uu- ■ ■ ■!■ ft'ilu cal suiiim.-:
we have attended them, lug ot little
ones, iii nne-, scuool houses, town
hulls in municipalities, i.n,- nluce 1
remomuor was in a uarn, anotuur was
hi u tailor shop. All leading up to
jm-t what we Ilh. experienced ia this
your beautiful iui ... Kevelstoke, il
you will allow lis lo suggest stay
with youi member Hon. Thos Taylor
ins name hns reached away beyond
tbe conntioB oi n.i'., inu ii you cau
Bpare bim telegraph the coast and
open arms await lum.
.tli.     liJltor,    l ought to suy une
Word     lor      Victoria.    I   believe there i
wus   h   tune   when   Victoria  Uiil      hog|
most .
can't eharge ns with thnt now, since
we as a Conservative party nine years
ago cul adrift from anything iu the
i..im ol coalition, uur ministers are
scattered all ovei the province. Just
a word aboul the banquet, to whieh
we bad all been Invited, with others,
I expected to bave somo young mun
to wall on me ui tbe table, but here
again wo collapse.   At  hotels we bad
attacking I 10,0<K) Turks undor Milliliter Pasha, ninl thut mnny thousands
huve   [all'OU   on   both   sub's.
\ccordlng to this despatch u <lea-
iMT.ite attack by the Bulgarians, who
huve captured some of tin- outor
Wot'RB, cost them two thoUBaltil killed
uiul tour thousand wounded, us they
apparently attempted t., tuk.- tbo
lown i.y storm Instoad ol wultlng lor
ihe Binge artillery, Mnny Turkish prisoners were captured by ilie Bulgarian forces during then- hasty advance
tm the other hand Constantinople
reports thut the Bulgarians were
routed in a genoral engagement between Kirk Kilesseh and Ailnuuople,
iin- Bulgarians retreating wub heavy
loss.
;    Military   oxports   lien- agree     thut
though  ibe Bulgarians muy    capturei
Kiik-Kilessi'h,       when    they      uttuck
Adrlanople,  which is strongly fortin-1
I
GUNS
AMMUNITION
Wo 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."
e.l,   ihey   will   fnee  ,,   stupendous  tusk.
Mirk ICHosseh bus only three out- of-
date (oils, while adrlanople bus ffi
well constructed pcrmunout earthworks, .nnl llu- outlying forts ou the.
commanding heights are protected by i
armor plate and havo searchlights un.l
other iiio.lei'ii Improvements installed
hy  the treniiniis.
'l'li.- Dally ISxpreBB cort -spun.lent ut
Athens telegraphs ihut   the     Turkish.
army is demoralized and in full     retreat   on   Kiti.ljM.   with   the  i Ireeks    in
[iill pursuit.
Two million rounds of    cartridges,
foui  Blege    ciins, tour lield batteries,!
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds nl' the Host Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancelloi' Ranges and Minerva Paints
OPERA HOUSE
.Mrs. It. ll. Stewai 1, ol
wus i, visitor .ii ihe City on Friday.
Miss 1.. I Iuu.iiln • j, whi
the city foi a :•■ ai .hm'- ret
employ ol 0. B. Hume St Co., I, ;t on
Wednesday lor her bome lo Ualt, Out,
Tin    .a.l.. s  ol   I I.m   Sun ■■■ •
Il.e   Ml li. : n   took   i ..
the  ex.■!' .   ■ . t   Sun
day un.l present .1 ., s; leudlj p
Hev. John Uai butl nl   roi
preach In  tie'  Method
Sunday morning and   ■
■   renden
vice.
.
■
-,|
'
Btay here.
■
■
•■
■
I
Mr-
Mi   a. K. Scales,   mayor of   Bai
.. .mi     \. nt     ■..,    ni...nc i; ■■ -... .t.'i •
th.s wiil,  who  wen-  Inquiring   '-
ful Ul ■   ol   Itevelstoke.
Ite. '       in
i ■     . ■ ...i  Sunday.
,.. itoi   *...  pre ..li .a the ii...iii
i. ■  i.. .    >\    '.;   i;.,. better, B.A.,
:..ut,,. in ti.,  evening.   Mi    Al
•  tbe
i.ice.
Tbe
■
■
f the main positions,  but  you   .,„ ,   M s;ll„|s (lf i,!,.,,^,,^ .IM1| groat
coats woro touud in the truck of the
lleeing Turks, it wns expected Ihey
would make a -1111111 to defend Stone
Huts, i.ui the approaches to ihe puss
have i.t'1'ii occupied without, resistance
by the Greeks. Two Qreek divisions
operating in Thes-.ily huve defeated
tin- Turks ui iieik.iti, delving them
toward Kosaani.
The 11.1 ily Express correspondent al
agreed to go easy iu our evening meal Constantinople says six thousand Tur
ami  take tl thei   hul:  .it the  han-   K..|,  troops huve  been  landed  ut.  Ku
quet oi oil   Revelstoke  friends,    hut   varna  .,nA th.„  ftsquadron of Greek
what happened, 1 .hurt believe   there  cavnlry was captured at Elassona and
one single delegate wh,. finished  tbeir horses ore now being employe,1
kit meal.   On     Betting to    the  ,,, move u,c Turkish artillery,
hanquetting  ball  we  were  lmmodlate-|    The  Greeks are reported  tb     Imve
ly carried back to tb.  .luys when our landed at Oaterina, forty-live   miles,
listers, our sweet  hearts, Isoutheasi ol Salonica. I
our  mothers,   who uie  the   only  one's   	
who     . ....       ..      pleasant,
on th,' other band will see   +    ,     *matmim*m0m0mm^m*m^mm
we nn make     their
-. , 1,1.   lu closing w. have
to thank your Mayor, I.r. Sutherland
.   ,u  extcniling u wel -
•;.   k bleb  wm have cn-
■ 11.
ain, yours,
on beb.i.
.•.   WALK
indi   1 St   \ ictoria
Watch This Space
for Next Attraction
I
OPERA    HOUSE
WISE MEN LOOK AHEAD
BUSINESS LOCALS
• ■
■
■
■1
■
■
Wedding Bells
1
■
iheii
in ted
rhe
■
Hie
n.i,11
'
'
:   '
ur
:ir=
-
1
'
lilt
\!IN
IM.
FALL UNDLRWEAR
|0K
ill l'li
Bews' Dun; Store
.I,
.. iolet Dui ■ ■    D      "' ■■'' !l
Varnisllitig Cream
■'____	
All Ri\.ill prepsnilaonsguaranteed loglveMtUfsctlon
.
or ".nr uioney
nill be refun.lrd.
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Granby Rubbers ii
Hate, all the Ifl ""■
Large assorti f Fa
and ti        i'- to chooae
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stetson  Hah Foot-Rite aShoei
The opening up for settlement of land south.
The building of Mount Revelstoke Auto Road.
The possibility of Revelstoke-Portland Grain Route.
The Double-Tracking of the C. P. R.
The extension of the present C. P. R. Shops.
The erection of a New Tourist Hotel.
MEAN  MUCH FOR
Revelstoke "The Capital of Canada's Alps"
Thero are many wise men in our city, who, in the last few weeks, looking to
the future and recognizing the fact that the many advantages coming our
way will lmost our city as never before, have purchased local real estate while
tlie price was low, as it is at present. .Many deals have been going on quietly
by those who are "in the know." Next vear Revelstoke will make wonderful strides ahead.
Be a Wise Man and Buy Now
HERE'S  A FEW GOOD ONES:
Three Lol i Each 25 x 100, in Block 9. on Campbell Ave., only  $1500
One Lot, 25 x 100, with small shack, opposite Y. M. C. nA       500
i  iu acn    cleared and planted, with two good 7-Roomed houses, at
west end, a snap at        3000
Big Hon,' on V.) foot lot, McKenzie Ave,, close in, for   3600
House on 50 Foot Lot, Third Street, West, a bargain at   1275
WE  HAVE  HOUSES AT ALL PRICES
LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US
J. B. Watson Realty Company
Local Agency, American Casualty Co.
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.mherald.1-0310802/manifest

Comment

Related Items