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Vol. 19   No 78
KEVELSTOKE. B. C OCTOBER 1, 1913
$.2.50 Per Year
CITY COUNCIL.
REGULAR MEETING
Long Discussion re Building Permit Applied for
by J. C. Tapping.-Council Grant Same on
Certificate Building Inspector.—Other Important Business Transacted.
(Continued from la-,'1 Issue)
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Aid. Bourne— I have no questions to
ask.
Ahl Horobin—Those are the only
two things we ipieationed at the last
meel ing.
CB. Gillian—These speejtications are
tbe usual specifications, which are sub-
nutted by the architect. It is a question between the architect anil the ow-
ner of the building. The building in-
specini* ha- the say ii he is nol satis-
tied.
Aid. McSorley—No, 1 have uo ipies-
tion-.
Ohairman—Mr. Wallaee and Mr Gillan. that will h«* all.
Aid. McSorley—Mr. Gillan. you understand you have had your hearing
on the matter, if you wish to remain
it i-  ymir  privilege.
O.E. Gillan—I know all about ihat,
the-re Is no permit required for my
presence here.
Alder. Horobin—I understand the
plans blue prints, etc., have been referred to ihe buileling inspector. Here
undei ln~ own signal ure is now given
that they comply with the bylaws, in
view of this fact I moie' "ihut in view
ot the decision ol the building inspector in certifying that the plans and
.specilie aiion- of the proposed huihline^
aboui to be erected on lots 17 to 19,
block IT, comply with the bylaw, that
the ,'•• rmission of ibis council !»-■ given
to Mr. J.C. Tapping to erect the build
ing according to the plans ;m.l specifications on tile in the City Clerk's of-
ti.e."
Ohairman Howson—Is there a seconder to this motion.
Aid. Bourn,— Is there no allnman
hei'' from that ward who wishes to assist ,n ihe building Up of thai part ol
the town
Aid. M -Kinnon—I personally am n>it
Interested, if it complies with the by -
laws it is just on the -'ame fooling as
any ..thei buiklin^ eeiine; up within the
fire limits.
While I dtd noi vote on this at the
last ine-eting because I diel nol want to
untie- essarily get Into ibis thing, al
tl." -ame' time! am noi u'<>in: to go
against my fi-eliug of justness in a
man putting a building up provided he
complies with the bylaws, and tf no
one else wants to Becond Mr. Hoiobins
motion,! will second it, rather ihan
see anything which ha- been done fot
everybody else and which is in accordance with our Inlaws, turned d. wn.    i
Aid. McSorley—No, we arc not really for thc question yet.
Personally I am a good deal like A Ll
MeKinnon, I .nn inii trying to blo>*k
thi-' building going up. This building
has ', lite   i lii-iiiiy In connection with
it.     II   ihere is not   there  will  li ■.    This
building, -o lar, has been bandied by
tbe board of license lontmissioners and
Idee     'ell      -.'''     ;,|lV     I'll'llll     plTStlllillly   for
tang n_- iiv city council up with ;t.
Persi an . ' '■ i •■ i n ti inn io keep
Hi ■ ty c iuni il oil ; i tan le, but
I nn afraid they mc getting into li
anyhow. They were distinctly given t ,
un I'11 land iiiii .uiv building ihut was
don ■ before the i onflrmatlon ol a
subse Mieni license commissioner* meet
ini;, was di'iie at ihi'ir risk. I claim
Unit ihi- council diould noi deal with
thi- iiiniteruni.il after the mth nf Oc-
tober, when thii has been ratified or
otherwise hy the license commissioners
Aid.   Me Kinnon—In   the   firsl   plaoe I
personally do nol care whether tb li
cense, commissioners' ratify this, wheih
er they  put a   li'-eiise  there  or nol   and
whether ihey meeton the lOthor not.
or they never meel, 'Ihey lime noth
ing iee In with ihe matter, nnd they
jueneii   tangling  mr  with   ihe    lie ise
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commissioners. If they wanl to ke>'p
the law, or break tho law, that is thoir
funeral no' mine. It is however, to
keep  lhc  couneil  from  getting   langle.l
up with the license commissioners au.l
iheir actions ihat I am supporting the
building of this hotel or whatever building you call it.
Onee the permit is given Ior building this block, the council is throi.di
with it.
Chairman—Any further discussion Le
fore I put the motion, there is ample
time for discussion.
Aid. MeKinnon—I would liko to hear
the aldermen give their opinion.
Aid. Horobin—Personally I tiiian it
would bean acquisition to th: 'iiy
to have a building of this sort constructed. I only wish there wer.' a
hundred of ihem L'oing up. tlf course
w ■ do iml know what the license e ra-
miseloners will <lo, that has nothing to
.I,, wiih ihe ciiy council, as All. MeKinnon -ay-. I appreciate lhc stand
A Id. MeKinnon and Aid. McSorley
have taken, but it i-1 not a question lor
this counoil.
Aid. Me Sorley—Do you think ii is
going io hinder or help the bui! li.ig if
we pa--  il   before  lhe Imh.
Al.l. Horobin—It -bouhl he absolute
ly understood hy the applicant, that
no matter what maybe done ny the
council in lhe manner of grauling a
permit, it Is noi to 1h.> used as in argument in favor of the granting of tbe
lie i nse or otherwise,
Aid. Mi-Soiley—I think the ,'a=on
fm- this requeet for approval of tbis
has been so that they may have something to hang thei- hat on in the application for a license.
Aid. MeKinnon—My idea is that the
sooner the council is through .'Ch it
the better.
Aid. McSorley—1 ihink the matter
Iuui better Ik- handled after the 10th
when tbe other people are through
with it.
Aid. MeKinnon—We have nothing to
do with them, tbis -how has nothin_r
lo do with the other.
Aid. McSorley—Often one -how is
used io help another,
Aid. Uouin.—I do not see what the
counoil  ha-    furl her    to do.    A party
1 n-  io pm up a  building and it  i-
passed hy thc building inspector. 1 'I..
not know what we are hie for unless
we want building to Lro on under such
circumstances. 1 have n.ithinu' further
ii. -ay. The question Was then put.
Aid, MeSorh-y voted against. i
ORDINARY BUSINESS.
The counoil then resumed ordinary
busine--.
Under the     beading of commti
ti.in-  the following letter     was read
from Ciiy Solicitor:—Re  Lewi-  Feme.
I have ni tie' request eif the Mayoi   Interviewed Mr.   Lewi-  jn  regard to   the
proposal of  the cot il  lo pay     him
JI.'iO lode, ih- fencing at the- powei
house road and relieve ihe oity from
all furthei responsibility in connection
therewith. He lays thai I.i- wiil take
i h.i i -um to fence one s
ly. Imt. iimi he will not relieve tb- city
fiom whai I..' consider* theii acre--
in in ui fence ii nn both tide . He i iy
thin wh.n Im' igned the deed and th-'
agreement prepared at Mr. Lawion'i
leepie-ihe fully un lersiood ihat the
agreement wa- to be carried out to
ili.' letter, nn.l be now objects tr. the
deed being delivered ovei 'e, ih cny
imle-s ihe agreement is fully rried
out He threaten- to -'top up the
road hy gates mil"-- ilu- mattei
justed nt one" and notified me to iay
that he in" n Is i" t i,.' ee a , p to
have ihe deed cancelled unlerfi the agree
.1.'in i- carried out. I know thai the
agreement   wa-   prep ire I   v   Mi, Law-
on's  iv pi- -i. an I  un ler  Ins  in tne
■ um    i--   i.i  i.m i.ui-. ime   whether Law
iiii ever bad authority fiom the ■■ "i
• l'o mai up ir h an agreement, I
..[ i ourse ' liuin' ay, I know that
Lewis   dgned  the agre menl   nn I  eie.-i
in my pn' "ll • in lh" fill Mlei tli.it
ih ' agli 'i'i ■ ■ Would be aril I out.
ami if ''' ff in i    n.,*  to lie i ir -
' Imi   .nn. h.' -h    !     I
i'ii    lhn tn tened om.''
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i   pro** i ; .:  ll. r
uld. M.I.    M iv Innon n o Thnl
nr '.' id   Lewi       and
"vi     •     n ettli ment
with  him regarding  the power    hons,'
road and fence,   li thay aro unable to
make satisfactory  arrangements,   thai
the    council  then     proceed  lo comply
wiih ihe laws of B.C. in regard to the
fencing   laws, and  that  the mai ter   be
, thereafter     allowed to take the legal
course, as  the originil  uavmeut     wns
' made on  lhe option 'given to th" council by   Mr.      Lewis in  respect   or      this
I property.   Seconded   by  Aid.   Hcrohin
and carried unanimously.
SCHOOL  TRUSTEE  RESIGNS.
Tin'     Ciiy  Olerk   rend  the following
letter*
1 "Hevel-iei-e S.iioe.l l)oa:d, Scptem-
li"i- 25th, I am Instructed to advise
>on lhal Mr. E. Kdwnrds has tendered lii- resignation for school trustee
im the .iiy, ami same has been aceept-
i'I hy llii- hoard. Will you please arrange to have an election held a- early as possible loiill ihn vacancy for
liis unexpired term whieh ends Decem-
l>er I'.114.
T.  W. BRADSHAW,
Secretary  Si hool Board''
Aid. McSorley—This will necessitate
a by.-election  to fill  the vacancy.
Aid. Horobin—Yes, ihese vacancies.
I believe are supposed to be tilled immediately.
Aid. MeKinnon—1 move inai the
mayor confer with the sehool trustees
in regard to this resignation, anl if
found neeessiiry proceed at onee wiih
ihe preliminaries for ho'ciiu the election. Seconded by Aid. Horobin, and
carried unanimously,
ESTIMATES.
The City Clerk submitted exhaustive
statements of     estimates, and actual
expenditures to date.
Aid. MeKinnon—I wish to draw attention io the manner in whieh the
expendituce i- creeping up to the estimates. Several amounts have been
expended unavoidably, whieh Were
n,,\ budgetted for, and under other
headings the limit set ha- ben ap-
proached with -till some months to
mn before the end oi ihe financial year
Aid McSorley—There Is certain work
to the power house and dam, whieh
absolutely must be done in my opinion, and a- I have pointed out before.
Thi- work should be properly done
ihi- low  water  time.
Acting Mayor Howson—We will put
this on record in ihe minute book and
recommend that as soon as the. Mayor
returns the preparations be male ior
tliis work.
PURCHA8B OF HARNESS.
Aid. .M.Kinnon—There is ihe matter
ot a -et oi h iini'-s the    account    tor
whieh was discussed at lbe last -pec-
lal meeting. I move "that the aciion
of ihe publi' works committee in getting that harness be ratified by the
council.''
Aid. McSorley—J sccoud tbat.
Aid. Bourne—1 do not think the pub
lie work- committee hal anything to
i.. wuh It, at least so (ar as I am eon
e erned.
Chairman—This harness was** needed.
Aid. Ho' 8124 see-in- a igrge sum
to pay for a  let  oi harness.
Aid. MeKinnon—The question of this
barnes* came up. I proposed that the
harness should bc a good set and
- iggested that i: a sei of oa't tanned
band sewn harness were purchase l I
w.euld be willing t" pay ns high as
8100.
Tbere wa- -. em-- question of extras
and alterations lettering, which cost
■omething, I think il thai set of
harness is looked after it should be
•e..i .oi the ue*t six years ai least.
ACCOUNTS.
\. i Hoi 'inn Before the accounts
., read by the 'ity ilerk are i i sd,
• li. i. are cei tain Items I woul i like
explain! 1.
ilTV HOTEL FIRB.
City Clerk Gordon The amount   of
...:7.'.'"■ i-( .r stenographei    fees in con-
v. Ith   thc   City      hotel      tire
in |iie-t.
Tn ■ ■. lence taken I un li n tan i cov
ered about   70  pages.
Ud,   Hon     a     In      . onne.ii'ii     with
0    i    thi- council   should,      I
ih.nk, before     ;h ii   amount  i-    paid,
should   ii.i — a     copy  of    those      notes
i in-' ii'" ,i und .ii nl" in th ■ city
otfiee. Mj -    11 thi   siand
e ■     i I .;' ■ I y    to     ":'
ii   othei   quarters.   In  fad    I
. n .w thir   the Boar I nl Mninlan I fire
.'     ive   ma le an  api li .it Ion I i
D  li -I   '. ith a ■ " ij . .iui .'...ii giv-
B    I that rei i.ne ne* '"■ i-
theli   po        io i, and   moi*"
will be he ifd ol it.
\   :    MeKinnon —I   ean   confirm    All,
is*. i"w- to some extent,   and
i    il   in i ••  likedy   lo be      made'
evidence
■   -
the  i    !  (oi     whi.h
■   paymi nl of
' n |   terminated   a>   il 3i
■ ■'• lo'*k.
ASSOCIATED BOARDS
OF TRADE MEETING
Pass Important Resolutions at Kaslo, B. C.—Advocate Appointment of Minister of Mines.—Demand Postal Delivery Benefits be Granted on Revenue Basis not Pop
ulation.
Kaslo, B. C, Sept. 'iti.— Punctuality and dispatch marked the
closing session of the Associated
Hoards of Trade's business transactions this morning. Exactly at
D o'clock President F. A. Siarkey
called the convention to Older.
The volume of business was
heavy, but the delegates were accustomed to convention team work,
and held strictlv to business with
mlid results. ai^ii^--^.
The following resolutions were
passed:
(1) A resolution dealing with the
telephone service, adhering to the
view that  the government should
iquire thete utilities and operate
tbem in such a way that every
dueller in the province could get
the benefit of the telephone. Until
tliis is accomplished a bonus of $50
per mile to companies is recommended in return for their extending their lines into sparsely populated districts, immediate aid is
nsked between Yahk to Creston;
Creston to Nelson, Nelson to Wan-
eta and Waneta to Trail.
. "i .MINING COMMISSION 0~
(2) That the following resolution
be forwarded to the Hon. the Min
ister of Mines:
Whilst fully appreciating the
i.ranting of our petition for the extension of the lead bounty, we still
further respectfully request that
you appoint a special commission
to inquire thoroughly into the form
and extent of permanent encouragement to the lead and zinc industry
which may be affected by the lowering of the United States duties
admitting ores to be smelted there
and thus preventing the encouragement of home manufactures and
nv other causes which are peculiar
to the mining interests of this im-
imrtant district.
(8) That in the opinion of this
iioard tbe introduction of free pos-
inl delivery in cities should be
made contingent only on a postal
ii venue of $"20,1*00, and not, aa at
i lesent, in addition on a population basis.
i 11 That the associated boards of
trade desire to place on record their
dissatisfaction with the general
unor of the Bank act 1013, in that
lieydeem this act inadequate to
direct and control the monetary
and financial affairs of the country
equitably toward all classes of the
community. That these boards are
of opinion that as special and exclusive privileges have been con-
lerred by previous acts, and continued by the Bank act 1913, upon
the banks, such privileges being
confined to banks alone, regula-
iions governing tbe relations ofthe
minks to the public should be
made. 10        01
i5i Whereas the mining industry
of Canada bas assumed such proportions during the past few year-,
ml in view of the prospective future of this industry, and tbe necessity for its encouragement by
every \ ossible means; therefore be
it resolved that the association
boards of trade of eastern Britii-h
Uolumbia strongly urge upon the
Dominion government the neo. ssity*
of creating a portfolio of minister
of mines, and such minister to devote his whole time to the conduct
of tbe department of mines.
nii That the provincial government be petitioned to establish o
permanent commission whose duty
it shall be, among other thi 'g*, t"'
collect and tabulate passenger,
freight, express, telegraph and telephone rates, affecting the province
a- a whole, or any part of it; to
assist in obtaining equitable rales,
nnd to secure to observance hy
public service companies of the
terms nf their charters and of tbe
regulations governing the carrying
on nf their enterprise.
t7i Resolved that the Dominion
government be earnestlj requested
that when parlies visit Cana In.
ni I especially llritii-b Columbin,
lhal tbey be routed one way ov«i
lhe Crow's Nesl pus;- route.
Isi That the postmaster-general be petitioned to furnish the
Nelson-Kaslo-Lardeau route with
mail clerks and that R.F. Green's
assistance be Sought to secure
this service.
t.9) That the meeting appreciates the action of the Dominion
Government in appropaiating $36
000 for the purpose of surveying
the Columbia River with a view
of making it navigable from the
Canadian Pacific Railway to the
boundary of Washington state.
(10) That highways be opened
between Trail, Rossland and the
boundary next year.
(11) That telephone companies be compelled by government
to establesh call stations every
five miles and that these lines
must follow trunk roads.
(12) That the board express
admiration of the Fernie board
of trade in helping to protect its
citizens from being fleeced by unscrupulous! vendors of worthless
so-called sub-divisions-
(13) That an infirmary be established by the provincial government where disabled persons
may learn some self-supporting
trade. _ „
Special attention was bestowed on the resolution dealing with
the failure of the Doukhobors to
conform to laws under which
others must abide.   IS!h
Great emphasis was laid on a 	
resolution pressing on the gov- ; ea, 2 Dollle Shepherd, 3 Bruve Hume
ernment the need of completing'aud Ogo Pradolini; honorably meu-
an automobile road through Earl j tion'd (alphabetically arrangedc—Ger-
Grey's pass and copies of this!
tions which are now beiug conduvtod
with great secrecy and whioh it is
difficult to believe can have any effective outcome trom the Japanese point
of view.
IS OPTIMISTIC.
The premier is very optimistic about
British Columbia. He makes it very
clear h.' lias not gone over in connection with any loan, and lhat his visit
had nothing to do with finance.
Generally speaking, the premier is
most hopeful for ihe future. H'.- has
been aska-l. a~ was only natural, about
the labor troubles and hns* taken pains
to show that the government takes uo
sides in the regrettable struggle, and
is only endeavoring to maintain order,
with which alone it is concerned. Nor
will ho admit that British Columbia
sudors from the excess of labor. " Any
one willing to take a pick or a Bhovel
can obtain work, but it is only ratural
that where so many emigrants are deposited every day at railheads, there
are some who do not like the idea of
quitting town life and going into the
outlying country. They may find a
little initial difficulty in fixing things
up at once, but it ds ceniaiflly not the
case that at the present moment there
is more unemployment in the province
than usual.
Everyone li'ls Sir Richard McBride.
in Loudon; he is regarded as one of
the best types of Dominion statesmen,
cultured well-Informed, energetic and
courteous.
HONOR
ROLL OF
SCHOOLS
Following is a li-'t of name- a| pear
ing ou the monthly honor roll ioi Bel
kirk scho.il:
Receiving class—l,
Malcolm  McPad-
trude Gaiian I. Delbert Hooley, Edna
Howitt, Annie Jenkins, Gordon Kenward, Mary Kilpatrick, Kathleen McSorley, EdmonJ Morgan, David
Sturdy.
First  Primer—1     Laura  Purvis,     2
Johnnie Crawford,  3 Annie Gc1'. Hon
^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ Drably     mentioned:—Annie Bregolini,
cipal Audit Act and one dealing Boyd    Kincaid, David Tevlni,   Mena
with the necessity of the govern- WaHbum.
ment placing officials throughout    Low second Primer
motion be sent to -the various!
crown ministers.
A resoltion of regret at the loss
sustained at the removal by death
of T. G. Proctor was unanimous- •
ly carried.
On urging the need of a Muni-
the country whose duties it shall
be to gain reliable and exact information about the country, its
resources and development. That
if the workman's compensation
is taken over by the government
and and funds contributed b.v the
mining industry are cons* 1 dated
as in the State of Washington
that the amount should be taken
off the - per cent tax, which is a
heavy burden to the mining industry.
Votes of thanks were unanimously passed to the Kaslo board
of trade, Kaslo people, the mayor
and press, in which H.W. Power
was mentioned, for the Kooten-
anian and A. McQueen for the
Nelson Daily News, to Mr. Star-
key and Messrs Giegerich. McKenzie and Kemp, the acting
secretary.
The seventeenth annual convention will meet in l'.Ul at Grand
Forks. The delegates visited the
jam factory and were greatly
pleased at the developments in
in this direction.
PREMIER
HAS   A
BUSY TIME
-1 Alberta. Hob-
sou, 2 Kathleen Squarebriggs; .*! Josephine Sirianni and Dorothy Nelson ,
Honorably mentioned:—Hosie liuisco,
Gordon Hooley.
High Sec.end Primer—1 Fred Skene,
2 Rosie Frey. i Evelyn.' Foul. Honor
ably     mentioned:—Jamea Caneelliere,
Arthur Colli-ou.      Jo:.n Gosh.      Mary
McLeod.
Low First Reader—1 Wendall I'orter.
2 Wesley Henderson, *'. Edna Fia-er.—
Honorably mentioned:—Annie GaUicano, Nicholas Pappas, Albert Petterson.
Hi"li First Reader—1 Charles Mackir?
rot, 2 Willie Robinson. ,*i Donald Kil -
pairick. Honorably mentioned.—Aura
Corning, Rosamund Laurence, Archie
Rowlett,  Emma Smith.
Low Second Reader—1 Haiol I Pon-
oi.     2 Veronica Paled, 3 Jack Cai mi
heal.   Honorably mentioned:     C.  .M.--
Sorley, Ho-e  Michelli.
lliirh Beci n.l Reader—1 Bin si Frey,
2 Estelle McDonell nnd Dorothy Pur-
\ i-. :i .inn il M.I,un lie- Honorably
mention .1 —Joe ivo b, !!■ Im i Bel
Eugen ■ • 'ani', ■ i. Jamifi oj CrawfoeJ,
Lillian Hayward, Harvey M'l.  in, Gor
III!,    Y'l'lll,
i bird    !;• adei    I Cheitei   Uaug
•• Elsie Frey, '* Laura Beech,   Honorably ini'ii   I.:., il     Robei t   Bee -li,  Chi is-
!.■■ Blantoui be, Tilly Fre*t, Holla Petterson,
Junioi Fourth Reader—] Ida Hay, 2
Cecil Johnston, 3 Myrtle Howion,
Honorably mentioned:—W, Blair, L.
Briggs, J. Fromey, II. <i■ ■■ > lm i. L.
■ ■■ - Iwin, I.. Hob "ii. it. I..;.'.. ■ m ., D,
Mackinrot, iv. Mackinrot, .1. McCarty,
M. McLeod, M. McCI n •■ h.-.n. S.
mi, A. Morgan,  .J. Patrick.
Mo:
The Premier ol British Columbia,
Sir Richard McBride, i- having an exceptionally busy lime during bis vi-it
io London, whi.h   will   only last till
iho . nd   ol   ihis   month.       Every     day K   • .' .  n   a   u  jt  .   .  .:  .   »   n  »   „
sees him al  the offices oi the province, » g
in Sal-Imi.v House, London Wall,   re
celving visitors at iho   rate of   one 5]
every iiii minutes. Hi
Dm iny his \isit tho premier will, ol S.
dense, have an    opportunity of   dis- .
cui Ing with the colonial office author! ■
lies the measures he has taleon to re »
place Asiaticn now     engaged     in the *
fisheries  ol    ihe'    province    by    while g
men the abject  lioin_- attained by the »
refusal  to Issue licenses to orientals . ■"
This Is not done out  ol any*hostility to S
the Japanese, but  it Is, ol courts, the 3
iii'l-'-'    i.l     diplomatic     nofotintions Vi
which    no now in pm. r.       between S „
Ottawa   Tokio and  London-negotla '■ ■ ■ ■ ...... , *g] ® gj g g
OBT IT AT
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Don'l    forget    we  -■ i ve both
■■I       i i c cream
nn I lighl refreshment! F ir
these chilly nighl tr) a H it
TOMATO NECTAR.   Out' hoi
Chocolate   1-   Htl -111 I>
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913
£ews £rug %Store
Leather Goods
IN LARGE QUANTITIES
Ladies' Hand Bags, Card Cases and Purses. Pur Bags
that will match your Furs for Fall and Winter. Coat's
Bill Pol.ls, Pass Cases, Wallets, Letter Cases. Every
conceivable shape and convenience. Music Folios, Cuff
.iin! Collar Boxes and Letter Polios.
^
Hew Fall Books
The Iron Trail,"   Rex Beach	
Laddie,"   Gene Stratton Torter 	
The Woman Thou Gavest Me," Hall Caiue" ....
. he Heart ol tbo Hills." John Fox, Jr	
Jtfter Nov. 1st. we  are Closing
Out Our Lending Library
Sl 50
1 aO
1 5'I
1 50
.Prescript ions
WE have boon been building up a stock for 15 years in
order t" have everything that may bo wanted in this
department.
IVE have always boon influenced by the quality of goods
purchased rather than by tbe price.
WE have the highest paid and most competent staff of
assistants in the Interior of B. C.
As yon ean readily realize, the best prescription is ob-
tainoil only when composed of the best,—best endeavors
as well as best ingredients,
W.   PARRY
AUCTIONEER   AND   VALUER
HOUSEHOLD   SALES
specially   conducted 30
He  inns anything  and evervthing
.it any lime, new and second-band.
What he has not (jot bo oan get; so
be sure to call alld soo him if you
want to save money.
AV. PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke,  B. C.
[. G. BURRIDGE k SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught  Avo.    -    Revelstokr
In Our Store yon get this result-producing combination.
Vou can be sure that you'll get just what your doctor
ordered if yon take advantage of our skilful service.
Quality Comes First at
/Jews' £rug Si Qook .Store
The
fc*
Store
T ' ..TiM-.i'K'iiaiBM
gL-rr^r-mmssrsas.
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents***
and Storage      .     .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
STAND  BACK!
IT'S TC;0 LATE!
Such a calamity mav not bave overtaken you, but where is jour guarantee that any day -aye, in day, a
fire mav destroy your home and
possessions.
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE
no matter Imw moderate theanioutit,
a policy protects you The premium is so ridiculously small that the
price of a cigar a day will give you
considerable insuram e. See us
about ibis to-dav remember tomorrow may be too late.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. K. KINCAID, Manager.
TOHN LEE
DEALER  IN
SILK GOODS
Battenburg bed spreads and
shams, scarfs for dresses.
Just arrived, a new line of
fur stole muffs for ladii s'
wear—the price reasonable.
Manufacturers    of    la
-ent's  shirts   and
-' suits made to order.
1
Legal Forms
ior everj  purpose are  printed
and stocked bj the Mail-Herald
Single Copies Sold.        Renuonabte Price
JOHN  LEE
FRONT STREET.     LOWER TOWN.
NEWS FROM
FAR ANO NEAR
Railway travel in the United Kingdom is probably Baler than in any
other country in the world. In the ten
years ending with l'.Ul, one passenger
wa- killed in train accidonts on thu
average in every 65,000,000 iouimeys,
mnl ono injured in every 2,100,000. For
ihe y'ur i'.'l- iiv number of persons
killed was I,"lii and the injured *\700
or at the rale of one killed In every
iis.i!iit:,iiii'i journey and one injured in
1,81)5,000.
The will of Mr. John Linchiiin, of
Calgary, probated recently, shows lho
estate to have ii I'li.d value of ?(168,000
Tb" will boquea'.hs to Ernla Martin
Lin ham ainl Elizabeth Barber Line-
ham,   daughters,     8*200,000   each,   while
.Mi. W.l). Linehnm, a brother, i- given
$75,110!) Mi. ..iim-iis Mclntyro Llnoham
an I Mi. Donnl I Malcolm L/luoham
broth is, $10,000 i a h, whil • a score
,,i oi L i| relat i'. os will re vi. e from
s*.',0O  $3,000 each.
Ae ee liii^ toa compilation recently
mad', i ana la's mineral production for
the lust fiscal year amounted lo more
lhan  $l"J"l>0OB',t)00,  which   is  un increase.
,,i 30,1100, ■ ::i  per .cut over     the
figures which were presenlcd for lbe
preceding year. The lijiii'cs show
ihai Hi- per eapita production of minerals for tho last year wns about $18.
The statistics credit Hi per cent oi ihe
mill -nil output le' im '-al , while the
remaining 54 per cent Is lompiled for
m ii tnetalic substances.
With i li ■ im eel ol bi in jinj; about
better irudo relations between Canada
and Russia, Dr. I, M. Uol le-min. a pro
feasor in the 11 ui ver-ity ,,f Rlos.'tw, at
rived in Winnipeg Inst week. Dr.
I 'o .1-:. ,n -a.d lleiu n . rent many
inaiuii'.i -un- is in Cu ludn could liml a
''.' i> mai i t n Itussi i an 1 thui goods
en.dd be easily shipped io ihai country ou th- -mi - thai are carrying so
many liiimigran o m ■ Dominion,
I". ilo;.It in will visil Ko.inn. Saskatoon. Calgary an.l 1) in ion.
Mr. C. M. Ho-wm i i. vice-president
oi the Canadian Pucifii Railroad, in
charge of ocean trafllc and steamships
announces the appointment ol Mr. H.
M. Kersey of Lomlon a general manager ,.f the inmpany's transatlantic
anl trill-'oaciliM Reels. Captain Walsh
marine superintendent at Montreal
| will remain in charge at ihis port m-
ste.i.l of l-.e'e-oiu n> i,,ii..i superintendent at Liverpool, a ,i orad
Captain Forster, commander oi the
Empress .ii Ireland, will probably lio
transfeiroj  i,, ibe Liverpnol position.
Mi-s Alie,' Roister of Liberty Place,
Wcehawken, N.V., i- the victim of a
strange mala ly, s . i i,, bo without
paiallcl ,ii nn heal annals. Sii can
noi keep awake unless -he stands up.
S,l! n; or lying down -he becomes minis,    i i      is  io*      ihe bo- called
■     e    ll .,1 A fil,'.,. Wllilh
11.an   i wo weeks. Mi-s   Geiset
i   altll  i il  for t ,\,,  y. al -.      Ai-
tiee.uji   s'i •     I,a      been    ind  ■     . iisl iiii
111   lit.   I    I      two   ye US        no
le lowar I a cure
Ml     (jeiser, in al '■"'-. is a
ilthy ye,mj woman.
tb      mosl   intersting liter -
■ i e n haa been
■    I.een.    Gutmbaud,
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition, Hunting Knives,
Decoy Ducks, Field Glasses,
Compasses, Fishing Tackle,
Tents, Camping Outfits, etc.
McClary's, Kootenay and Sas-
kalta Ranges & Heating Stoves.
Sherwin-Williams' Paints, Varnishes, Stains.
Canadian Oil Co.'s Oils, Gasoline, etc.
We carry full stocks in Hardware, Groceries, Hay, Grain and
Feed.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
□□□QnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnQnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR IAK0E FAIL DISPLAY
M. lluiinbaiiil
|)i i il study     oi  *
lis.  who   for
io     Vlctoi
llu       beautiful
Old       lhl        Wen I  I's
■ I  I,,v.--I. iter .
b en  i...i'liu   of ihem
ai   1 Ui' late
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement of this Company for tho ti«eal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally  interesting:
ASSETS MARCH Hist,    1913   $466,915.73
ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1912 $111,2(58.60
showing a net gain of $34.r>,f>47.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience nnd practicability  of the 0, H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CtlNTRACT HOLDERS at Ti PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Dee-Ire n Home of Your Own—If you "Would Bt Independent  of  a  Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC WILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Ollice :      -       J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
;
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ia
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aaDaoanDPDaaaoDOD
TliailHgiBIMlIirailililil^
i
P. RURNS & CO., LIMITED j
^/Ilbvays the   *Best
"ShamrocKl* Butter
P. RURNS & GO., Limited
*-reWIWr«|iTiIi«I«T«Tm«W
M. \..  1.1,.11.,
[1   ofl      "l
,  .i    he
.in I
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Hi      Bailey   '
■    Marin,    the   I
".I.n : h ill,
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■   '  '     in    lie.    . Ill
'••'.. Mil ,
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"",i   ■■     ii      roller,
■ i ,,
I in bod
la-foci
illy, tho
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..-    Inml" I     -.  ii  I     '    i  li    '.
i "ii' . wai
totally did
III  II        Ui'l
HI Mm i    About   11
(Continued on  Pag* three.)
NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING  DAILY
Huntley S Palmer's Nursery BiacnlU, per lb     50c
.M.i]ase,cs Sua]is, J lbs.   for      _'Sc
l-'icsb i rUp Soilas, per pail 15c
Neu   Summer Cheese,  per lb      25c
Orders Delivered to Any Pari of City.
John McINTYRE «s*  SON
Kirst Street. Telephone No. 93
YES! WE SELL
*#*
'V 'V
•I' 'J'
Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a line assortment of
l'resb .Meats tbe best tbut
money can buy.
All Mrats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, lOirt
HE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREE
'I).
J.B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash anil Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MCKENZIE AVENUE- -8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
1st. STREET—fi-roomed house ou 50-foot lol _ 54000 00
2nd. STREET   8-roomed house on 50-foot lot JUOtHi 00
Double bouse on 75-foot lot    &50C0 00
6-roomed bouse on 50-foot lot J3»>00 00
6-roomed house on Jl5oo 00
3rd. STREET   4   bouses $2100 to {3400 111
10-roomed bouse on 300-ft, lot $8600 00
2 lots (the pnir) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)  $1500 00
4th. STREET   6-roomed bouse, nearly new $2200 00
6-roomed house on 50-ft. lot. $3000 00
Bth. Street   3 6- med bouses.   Each $3200 00
9-roomed  house    $3800 00
7th. STREET    4  lots,   each      $ 300 00
8th.  STREET-  2 lots.    Tbc pair $1600 ml
6-roomed bouse near C.P R. Shops $ 6,"in 00
3 Shops and rooms on McKenzie Ave    $ 16,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance     Government Lands      Money to Loan
AGENT FOR PACIFIC  6ALE8 ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
(Continued   From   Page   Two.)
million feet of lumber was consumed .
whi.h together with trams, will cause
a loss of probably $250,000. It is di-
vilcil aiming a number of companies.
Chew tiros, are tli" heaviest 'losers.
Other linns represented are the Freeman Lumber Co., Heltlej Lumber Co.
Massey Lumber Co., B'.P. Potvin, and
several e-mail jobbers, Tha loss ii is
understood, is fully covered by in-
I sui'ance.
The postal revenue always furnishes a splendid iii.l.'x of ibe condition of business, and judging by the
returns forthe past four months the
country was never s'o prosperous.   For
the lirsi  I  months of the fiscal year.
Li) 13, iluu ;- fioni March Ul lo July 31
the postal revenue Was $4,655,50" as
nguinst Sl,142,8-10 for 1912, an increase
I of 8442,(158'. Ten years ago the receipts
for the same lour months were $1,-
7.i"i.J!:;. Fe'i them onth of duly the
revenue was $l,2*-i(i,074 against 91,094,-
429 for ilm same month of 1912, Ten
years ago for July, 1908, the returns
wi re 5388,470,
ish Columbia by Mr. A.M. Vlckery who \
has    been collecting the     consignment j
sum-   last  March.   Tliis constitutes the
ilmil shipment oi foxes Irom ih" north
and wi-1 be last this year.   About?150-
000'   worth     of     animals    havo   been
brought  down for   the east   this  year,;
and h;i\e    been successfully  transported.   Mr. Caldwell stated that only one j
died last trip.
SlBHHHBllllIlHlliS*11
All changes of ads must positively be handed into this
office by Monday evening ln
order that the change shall
appear in Wednesday's issue,
and any changes intended for
Saturday's issue must be
handed in not 1 ater than
Thursday evening of eaih
week. Business men please
take note of the above.
BBBBBBBBBBBBBB
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,0-00
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OENCRAL DANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES	
BANK MONEY ORDERS 	
Issued
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed nt highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Children's Fail and Winter Coats
According to the estimates of Whitaker, the entire population of the
British Empire is 134,"286,660, and the
total area II'.. 153,712 square niil'S, > ■ f
whieh I21,.*>I2 an- in Europe, S,187,5*50
in Asm, l.r.is..Ji,-. m North America,
and 3,*J1 l,(iS5 in Australia. Tbe population of the United —ingdom, rather
ihan decreasing, has been steadily increasing. Tlle I'l'ii-n- of 1841 showed a
populaeion of 2i'.','•in.'.l*_".i; thai of Viol,
■2i:.':.if.ti-: in ISG1 the population was
•2-.'.i27, is;,; in 1*71, :11,4S4,661; iu 1861,
3I,8S4,84S; in l-'.U. .'.7.--s.i:*,1.!; [n 1901,
■ll.l.'.-,".-21. and in l'Jll ibe census
cnunii'i .iiinii showed a population ot
6,711.
uickly stops  couEhs,   ceres  colds,  and  beak
.-ee throat anj lungs. :•        ::        23 cent..
Sei retury  Daniel    ol  1 b •  I'
navy
Cieine and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE    6 LB. IRON. $3.90
A. G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: :: "
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
FIRS! STREET
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2 x4   2 x6    $13
No.    I   2x8     $19
No.    I   2x10   2 x 12     $20
\W .:• ed in N"       • i \". I Cedar
dimension and offer abovi
in r.e; ial .
Globe Lumber Company
I '',',.Ml      IO    e eni rfeSS     thnt   .1        "
armor-plate factory cost inj; eight million toui iin Ire ! and sixty-six thou •
Ban I dollar-', woul 1 save one hundred
miel fn a ton ,'ii armor,   or
more -'.ni mi' million dollars net a
year. He explained thai Prance, Italy
.ni i    it i sia h i.'lit relief from
ill    ii.l:   ■ .i t   of  anno: -plate     by     lho
'   ' .   • ■ ' owned i Innt^,
.1 ipan, has built i»" -m ernment
fn toi es.    I le  found   the  Maine  subject
itated     in     England,     where muny
charges of    mi polistic     agreements
ii !   '.■■■ lori lonate   i-i.  ■'   havi
mail''.
The ru;        ommi   iou  on  industrial
I iws, appointed   ub  b   tesult  >■:' the  re-
■ '-nt   sti iki - in  Ni v.   South  Wall ■    has
I   boi m. an.l   11     -,. "I".   B
expei ti ,i   ,ii of   next
month.      The  Em* loyers'    f dcra
proposi - at bil rat Ion boards,    with    a
judge    is     . bail man     instead   of   of
I i    ent  we  ■    board, l";i\in>; the inini-
niniii wage '., be Bxed by an industrial
■ nm t,   nnd     ihe   maximum   wot
"i that wage to be lixml by
parliament; the Industrial court ouly
to dial wilb :lie ■ ••■ crtin es,
: ml othei n altera maleriallj
- The  pr, f"ii'ii ••     to
miii n -:s. it is also suggested, -hould
li,- abolished.
II     i,
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly nd perfectly as yon are
at this restaurant. And the service U
ouly a ie ietaste e,:
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through ir.s stomach, We arc
sun to reach yours if you'll drop in
,nnl tri our bill nf fare. If perfect victuals, perfectl) cooked and perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
ate absolutely -ure of yours.
LME5J5TEAMEIMA,
A
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
NeW S. S. Laurentic > 15.000 Tonsi      New S. S. Mrgantic
First Class   J92.50.        Second   *58.76        Thin!   32.50
S. S. Teetonic
582 Teet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S, Canada
611 feel long
Only One Class Cabin tII - $50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
S. S. Laurentic Nov. 22.     S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     S.S. Mi'tantic
Dec. 6.    S. S. Teutonic. Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets. Etc. applj I
COMPANY'S OFFICES. 619 Second Ave.. Seattle
RBVl i'ii    ' ,i. ai-.u   I. C,   P. It.  TtCKI I   A'.I.NT,   Rl
Hon. W.l-;.  Ciotliei        Minister     oi
J   Lal oi. -aili-i Em-
!   pi" or En  land an I  will
1    not ..ain un: il iibi	
I   l.   .Mi. Cioth is in mi ikli trip
■ ing
In.liisiriu old Coun- j
try, and wil   givi    |«  iui   ati     on  to
ai    ■ re.   He will >■".   for
llg  iiiine-i 8'     i.i i
and    tb"    altitude
le I    With     lbe'    IllilM
' a 'li"   iuui   I
tn
■
Sunn
■   ■   i ,P.R,
i' hip Ium on her
I rip
i.f  111 irf sil ub..
" ■. and a i
of n nd
Thn  -I iini' nt Ir,  O.P. Ca
'   John,  ■>.!*... who
■..tii him.
I  in   N'o thei n  Bi il
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. ti. 'l'iii.m;i-iin Manager.
 .	
We Bolicit :i share i '
Special attention  given to children
II1101 BARBER SHOP
We have   u?l
a sho]
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Servia
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
FREE!
WE ARE GIVING AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Every Five Cent Cash  Purchase gets
one Coupon.
'I'he   Greatest   Value    in     Coupons
Gets the Pri/e.
SEE     MIDDLE    WINDOW
Revelsloke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
P*OOOO<KK><KK^<KK>'0<K><><>O<K)^
| NEW ARRIVALS I
BOYS' SUITS
For years Women have looked to this
Store for the most relit.b!e qualities in
Boys' Wear with the assurance of the
best values procurable. Here are new-
arrivals that will interest many. Make
your selection when choice is at its best.
«-%.<%.<».<».'«.'»'«.'»'«.'%.'«>'»•%.'»'».'«.'%.'»«««««'»'«.'«'%'»'»'»'«'«'«
McRae Mercsotils Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. B. SOCIETY BRAND O
(J) THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES 6
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Dray in ty
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -    Nighl Phone 85
. . . It MiDht Be Hot - . .
BTTT
It is always fine in the plunge al   Halt   n   '.
whose natural hot medicinal waters an
fui health restorer on the Contim        I ord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic i illed
and verified l>y our gratified pal 'he
greutesl scenerj  »f Canada, easy ■ * . *ar-
ium is luxuriously fitted  and  tin.
convenient:'*  if gut sts.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarian] i
Wm. bovd, Proprietor.        •       Halcyon, Arrow Lakot
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Itui ihere   ire    till   i  fi
know   »le
anel   New
G. W. IJMLL
P. O. Box 208 QFtOCEn & BAKER Phono No. U
Dominion  Security Co., Limited
OF   REVELSTOKE, B. C.
1 ' t tlic-v have opi ited up  office* nl the
•  ni' ■   im ugh!   '• enui   I n   lhe pui
!t will  pay  um  i.e
: 01        I   -en   I    ■'"   '    ;
Wi- . listed
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrit I.
Teleph
Howson <3& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd. PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTODER 1, IMS
!i  will probably surprise you to know the cost of a bad stove
essive coal bills during tbe winter, There are plenty of
:, isons  \\11\ oue stove will burn more coal  than   another.
■•  "i'l let us explain why our stoves are more  eeoiioiu-
■' . ■   .   . other,
ion ol 1 stoves  and  that  will  cost  you  no
:'..■■ i oal-di youi ing kind.
StaJesjfcr Hard or J~oft Coal
or Wood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
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Imperial Sank of Canada
t-• ...i OV-'nn   tnronto, Ontario.
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Capital Authorized - 10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Uo 6.952,00o.00
Reserve and Undivided Profits      8 100,000.00
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Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and Interest allowed at
euiicn" rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revd-atoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan. Mgr.
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAI.
IN ALL 3133
BRIQUETTES
We have over 600 tons of tlie above coal on band and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay In your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See ns for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBAM), 1'kks. J. I). SIBBALD, JR., Hue.
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i.nitii'.i,
J. K. JOHNSuN, Manager.
RALPH  O.   SCRUT0N,  Editor.
WEDNESDAY, (HTOUKR I, 1913
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Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
ii   At J. Guy Barber's
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Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and      {
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
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in lbe last few weeks the world has
uiiii ■ seel  un episode fo    sensational ,
so incredible, und so important    ibal
it haa been considered     commonplace
nnd of only momentary interest. Stolto
ments of     this   episode   have       been
cabled  to this    continent,     but    they
ha\e' noi  described  it.        They     have
merely     chronicled     it and     plunged
once mor j     into the   de-tails   of   the
Tbaw  light  or the  Schmidt     murder.
Onco more In equally ti'iei dispatches
thc world   reads  of another feat   whieh
ii  i-  true duplicates     the   first,   but
tk i*   ihe- fe-at can    be  act-om-
pli-lie-.l  ovei   and ain.    But  lhe
-  of even  more import.in e
than ihe  flrst, for it  has illustrated to
I uai'ine spectator^     that
rop ane    tn be     built absolutely
li    will    be   remembered    that      u
•   '    in  a    Blerlot
i   • showing      all
e can  turn his   ma< bine
•
the   QffUn  eight   la the   air in<1
beitrbti" to **l*.at -••<-m=    to
•    i-ath. only reg    n   '-on-
hi-   machiiK"  w
ailing
aw«iY up into the do'. * more.
thai flemuwUmtioi
le,   To   fly
-. a *.
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bul apparen
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with     a     self-righting     monoplane .
'■ Moreau Hew for an hour withoul.
toiiehing the levers, and a military
aviator,  Lieutenant   La Fon,    nccom •
' | anicd him a- passei-mer i,, verify
ilie performance. A strong wind was
liiowinj anl ilc monoplane rolled
i n.l pi'e hed in uu ugly manner, but
ii ■ .fi* feiili'el  lo    return   automatically
In an e\, n heel.
ll is believed that the Dunn.' mono
plane,a Hriti~li Invention, ha- accomplished very much the- nn.me performance but that the results aihiev-
o I have heen kept secret by th" British authorities. 11 is certain, however, that uo le-s than two mono-
•il.in,'- ha'"' been Down wiihin thn
-pace of g month, both of whieh have
demonstrated their stability under
very strenuous conditions. Thi- faet
place's the whole' science of air navi-
gaiion on an altogether different
basis. It is abvious that the construe
tion of aeroplanes will advance by
leap- and bounds. Tbey will increase
i.i -i/e and ran vine; capacity anil the
navigation of the air will be as safe
nml prosaic n< the navigation of tha
se'a. In the history of the human
race September, HH.'t. hi-.h fair to be
an  historie-  month.—Piovinee,   Sept.2fi
c&kuic4.
But
Canada's
Best"
In Use 40 Years-Good Then-Better Now
We Invite Comparison
Known f.ir -
Perfect Scale
Purity of Tone
Susceptibility
of Touch
Beauty of
Finish
Workmanship
and
Durability
PIANOS
-We  H ave
More Medals
anil   Aw .irds
Thananv other
Canadian
Piano
V™ Orleans, I SSI
London, Rng. 1886
Chic k°- ■■ ■ 1893
.Piuu -oiwn.V. 1907
PLAYilRS
rhe Hu3i,i £t.rc. MeKanitlo Avanuo, Phuco 263
SE HEAR THE STARS IN YOUR OWN HOME  3E
EDISON OR VICTOR MACHINE ^
Harrv Uiuder Ada Jones Cal. Stewart ~^t
Mary Carson Elizabeth Spencer Will Oakland ^2
Collin8& Ilarlaml       Golden & Hughes Hilly .Murray *-^|
READY TO RESPOND TO YOUR CRY OF "ENCORE" -«•
THE CORRECT
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.99
$       •    «
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$   $           v*#CC*
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9 9         I
♦ •    /«
OF FUEL
i " ni the ■ endors standpoint
Is the PRICE with the most PROl'IT
1h:s i- not the HIGHEST
PRICE or the LOWEST
PRICE, l.ut the PRICE
which will | ive him the
most SALES at the GREAT-
i ST PROFIT.
ttlea tin   PRICE of
M.I.  It II.
i   ■    ■ ■    mn prii 'el coal try
Coursier s   Coal
rianos and Players
SHEET MUSIC and all
kinds   of    sin ill     musical
Goods.        ::        :: ::
All the latest "Rass"
Si THE BINGHAM MUSIC STORE,  MacKenzie Ave. zj
Lumb
um oer men
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELL
Fur Buyer and Exporter
SEE THH
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
oAli
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. 1 make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reouired in vour business.
POR
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
Vi. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
WH
THE
VERSATILES
EMPRESS     THEATRE
RETURN OF   THK FAVORITES
0 NIGHTS STARTING   HPT    OV*
A THURSDAY UL/ 1 .    y\W
THURSDAY
F. STUART   WHYTE'S
THE "VERSATILES
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Thursday Night, II New Musical Comedy, UTHE CANADIAN EXPRESS."
Friday Night, "UP THE RIVER."
COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTIONS
Prices, 50, 75, $1.00 and a few at $1.50
SEATS ON SALE
-VERSATILES
THE ■WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for Ihe use of Ihe Public on lhe Second Floor.
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- /*«"!« * Co.. Ximiled
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Women's Kitchen Aprons
A Ini nt Women's Kitchen Aprons iu Big stvirs,
cover up the entire dress, This line is all made
in fxtra good qualities of good ginghams miel
galateas. Vou could not mnke them for the
n: oney.    Rach go,-
English Cushion Covers
Lovely-colors aud ilfsii-iis, great wearing line   all
new goods.    At Sl.OO. 50c uud 25c
Dress Coods Bargains
id you get your share i.f the big Dress Goods
Bargains this week. There are still plenty on
sale.     Plain cloths, scrc.es,  fancj   dress   goods, all
Sl .;i' to J2.00 goods, for go(-
immrnimrnmimm
' NEW ARRIVALS 1
Children's Coats
£
£
Women's Fancy Coats
Children's Fancy Coats
Fine French Flannels
New Wools aod yarns
Pretty Dresses for Children
Warm Winter Underwear
New Mitts and Gloves
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One hundred Children's Jerseys and Knit Coats,
all colors and si/es Snug, warm, little ideas inr
the little tots at eaeh     $1.00
Warm Fall and Winter Coats for little girls and
i hildren—the very newest and latest novelties for
the small ones in the new fabrics and trims. Fit
children from I to 10 years. Vou should see
them.
1000 Womeo's aod Childreo's
Caps, Ilnnels, Bonnets came our way at a big concession on the regular. You will fir.d these in the
Dry Goods Department arranged on tallies at quick-
selling prices     25C 50C 75C and $1.00
II Hew Lot of Women's Skirts
A new lot of Women's Skirts in mixed tweeds and
Mack and navy cloths.     Two special prices     	
    $2.90  ind $3.90
f!3\
HING  AND   SHOES DEPARTMENT
Sm BOYS' CLOTHING
Every boy knows this Famous brand
and is struck with the smart, snappy"
appearance. Every mother knows
that ' LION BRAND" wears longer
than any other. This season's models
are made with full fitting bloomers, neat
double-breasted] ^coats, and have the
unbreakable shoulder, so well known
in all "Lion Brand" Suits. The new
ones come in nobby tweeds and close
woven worsteds.
Prices,  $5.00  to $12.00
Men's Working Trousers
A pure wool Halifax Tweed ;
comes in dark grey only;
made with the " CARR'S "
label, which stands for everything good in workmanship
and just the thing for cold
wet weather.
PRICE:—$3.50 PER PAIR
WOMEN'S SHOES
Our new stock of Fall boots and evening slippers have just come to hand.
They are the product of the J. & T.
Bell Factory, and we feel confident
that nothing has ever been shown in
the city to compare with them. All
the new lasts and leathers in both boots
and slippers. The most careful and
fastidious shoe critic would be pleased
with the new ones.
BOOTS _   FROM $4 50 TO $600
SLIPPERS FROM $3.00 TO S5.00
Oun Grocery and Crocker/" Department
PICKLES
How about your Pickling Onions and Cucumbers. We have them fresh every
morning, also green tomatoes, ripe tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower and celery. Best
qaality of malt and white wine vinegar.
Special for Friday and Saturday
Post Tavern Specials 15c. per package
Coffee, our special, 3 pounds for $1.00
Tea,      "       "        3 pounds for $1.00
Flower Pots and Butter Crocks
Just arrived—a shipment of Flower Pots, all sizes. Get the ones you want before it
is too late.
GOOD SUPPLY OF BUTTER CROCKS JUST IN.
We are unloading to-day a carload of New Baled
Hay.    Order early.
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NEW CHINA
Japan China Tea Sets
" "     Cream and Sugar Sets <|»
Fruit Sets—7 pieces J*
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each. T
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers Ǥ>
<$H$H$H$H$nfr tfr tti tfr it* 'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr 'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr 'fr 'I' 'I1 'I1 'fr '3* 'fr 'I* '3' 'fr 'fr '3' j»
House   Furnishing   Department
A New Lot of Curtain Goods just opened up, in Scrims,
Madras and Nets.
lt will pay you to look over our Table of Wall Paper Bargains this week. The Prices are right as the goods must
go.
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them.
TrfciUI PAGE  SIX
THE    MAIL-HERALD    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I,  1013
FIFTY-TWO
FALL FAIRS
IN B. C.
i    ko     tali       wll   be hold this
I ea    in   Bril Ish   Col imbla.   Tlio    fai-
*« ill lee in, Alberni   anil
the e      i     uoi lh Ealr «ill  lee.- held Id
George.   Golden    will have thei
i irt ii     east fair aud     GiuuJ   Forks
v.: the fairs to lhe Bouth, Tlu
I) ■■■!'.   divided   into   six
latos  i'or th.) fairs were
.1  ' ■    ihe  B.C.  Fairs  nssoola -
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I^ILLETTCOMPANYU^L
Hr-      TORONTO ONT.     "-*"*
ShilahT^k
The   family   remedy   for    CouhIih   nnd  Colds
"Shitoh costs  so   little   and does   so much!'
NOT I OH.
Notice ia hereby siven thnt Him C.m-
g llan Pacific Uailway ('ompany di I
on ihe' Kiu'lite'i'iuh day ol September,
11)13, deposit In tho [.mid Registry of
lire in the' Ciiy of Nelson. In tlie Province of British Columbia, plan, profile
and Book of Reference, showing grade
revision uud double trauk of the main
line of the intd Canadian Paolflc Railway from Mile 0 to Mile 'I;,, Shuswap
Subdivision,, Rovolstoko io Taft, "As
Lo -'il." eluly approved by the Board
of Railway Commissioners for Cunad i.
Dated this 24th day of September,
| us
K.W. Batoman,
!      il  Right of Wayanel Lease
Agent,     Vancouver li.    ('.
Istiss, S.27 -t.
In the matter of the e dale • '.   Vri bin
Kcothiirne, late of 'lie- City of I.Y*
L'lSl      ikf,      I'e.     C,    <|eeeV.'l>ei".
NOTICK i- h. nt,y given thut all
p.' • ns having any ciuims eer <{.■ -
iiiunds iigainsl the lulu Arthur Scot-
I ri who elnMi on ■■! aboul i bu lill b
.1.,\ ,e! April, 1013, ul Rovelstoke in I be
l'i .eVill  ■.'  e   !      I (I'll isl)    ( 'l llll llii'ill.   Ill P   1 ••
ijuit eil in -iini lex post prepaid or to
deliver tn i hi' ill.iie i ■■■..,;. el Solicltoi -
n.i \\ .eli i II. Hell, l In in!n,iiii-l i.ui..
i f i he estate ol I be said deceased,I h ,:;
names ivi >i ndilres os und full purl i> u
lurs in writing of thein laiinsnnil *tate
ments ui   hen nwi nnl ;e"ii l he i iilun
.'I    I le.'   SI e'll! i' i ■ ■.-.   ll   ..I   V.   lll'lel   llV   llll'il   ,
uiul l hul all ir i be .'inl duv of Novi in
I'.'r. IP13, suid Walter 11. Bell will pri ■
eeed in ilisi i iimi ■• the assets of the
said deceased among Ihe persons en-
lil led i hereto having regard only to
the claims of whieh he shall then have
li.nl notice, and thai Ibe said ud minis-
i rutor will nol be liable for I lie snid
assets or any pari thereof to am person of whose claim he shull nol then
li  vc received notice,
Dated al !!• velstoke, R. ('., this iiui
eli.\ of Septembi r. 1013.
II \i:\ i-:\ . Ml I' \i: TER iV PlNKII S M,
Se.li.ii   i - foi SValti i II. Bell.
liill lie
SYNOPSIS   OF  COAL  MIXING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of tho Dominion
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan ainl ,,.
berta, the Yukon Territory, tbi
North-west Territories and in a portion ol the Province uf British Col
uiubl.'i, may be leased ior a teirm ol
twenty-one years at au anuual rent
ui ol JI an acre. Not more thai
2,560 acres will be loused to one „■■
-plicant.
Application for lease must be marti
by the applicant in person to On
AtfMit or aub-A^ent of the dUtnci
in which tho rights applied for mi
lituatod.
The lease will im-ludo the co.il mining rights only, but the lessee tuu)
bo permitted t.o purchase whatevei
available surface rights may bo con
Bldered nccoBfary lot tlu working ol
the mine at the rate ol 110.00 an
acre.
ln siirveyc'l territory the Land mu .
be described by sections, ur legal
sub-dlvlslons ol sections, and in uu
surveyed territory '.'ae tract applied
for shall be staked out by tin ap
p  ■     i   himself.
l-i;.i-n appiica! t. must lie accon : i
led by n fee of tt) which will bo    t.
Iui led  .1  the rights applied   lor
not av .liable,  bul   n  t   otherwise,
royalty     shall    be paid on the tutu
iie output of the n.ni" Bt thi
rate of  five cents por ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with bwi ri return*
ting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
i dty there, n, If tbe coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
Ke>r full     Information    applicatl
should be made t,, tbe Becretarj
the Department of the Interior,   Ottawa, or to tbe   Vgent or Sub-Agsni
of  Dominion   Lands.
W.  W    CORY,
rr?MHararaf3JMaarara.r3iaMaiaarajeis;a
Hoards |
I iaraisjEJKjisiaiaiaiL
O. B.  N.   fflliKIH
l'ltd\ iM I \1.  LAND  3URVK
I a •■■■■    B H ird ware Dlock
REVE] STOKB, B. C.
Luch I
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NOTICE  I*u CONTRACTORS.
W.  H.  WAI      CE,   M.B.O.S.A
ARCH1 T BCT
Box 20 . '! ■■''*■ H- v. Istoke
BURG '    rAQQART.
Civil  Bn  lneers
Dominion  an i   I!.   0.   Land
'.  Ooutraotar
Kamloops.
]*..aa on   Realty  I «
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE  No.  10SI
Meets     every  first and third Tuesday    tn  Oddfe.lows    Hall,
brethern  cordially   Invited  to atter. 1.
A   Grant, rirta'or
H. L. Hae        -     *ar
i undei-. superecribed
ii ndi   '      "m.-i" ifa ture and  I
ni    Su : ■  Mi ta!.    Bridge    at
, B.C ," aud "Tender Io.
Irection . f Sup i true
lure Bi .. B.C.,    will be
:   ■     ei . irable the Minis
ter of to n.ion     of
I   ber,    for  the
■■     f.O.b,   car^
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an      erection o:
ly, of th-*
it Taghum,
B. C.
ifi a.ions,    contra
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WALTER  BEWS.
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Do
You Make
Biscuits
This Way?
2 cups flour; 4 teaspoons Baking Powder; 2 tablespoons Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard;
| cups milk; J teaspoon suit.    Mix dry ingredients and sift.    Work in lard, add milk
gradually.    If too stiff add a little more milk or water.    Roll out on (loured board to 4
inch thick.    Cut and place in greased pan.    Hake in hot oven.    Tiny are delicioui.
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard
is the very best shortening for Baking Powder
Biscuits, because it has just the right consistency
and richness to make them perfectly light and flaky and you
can't taste the lard in them.
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard is put up in ti^bt
covered, new tin pails under the close
supervision of Government inspectors.
Ask
Your
Dealer for
Silver-Leaf
It is as clean and pure ns lard can be
and it makes such tasty pastry.
Swift Canadian Co. Ltd.
Toronto    Winnipeg    Edmonton
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WBDNKKDAV, (K'TDIIKU  I,   1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB   :-*,EVBN
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S. G. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
LETHBRIDGE   COAL
FOR SALE   NONIC   BETTER. PHONE 60
mmnsKmamm
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   <&,   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT   SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
ENCOURAGE
LIVESTOCK
INDUSTRY
DVEUMVCJrj^L'.'^
Strctly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Victoria, B. C, Sept. ,'i0—In pursuit of its polii y t" open up for
pasturage purposes the unoocupied
crown landf of the proviuce the department of lands is doinj; everything possible to insure that by
tliic means* the stock industry bene-
ti'. largely. All Btock associations
in western Canada and the United
.States as well as every livestock
department of the different provincial and state governments in
the west are being notified of what
the government of tbis province is
doing to encourage the stock industry. In addition the lands department is getting in touch with
| those who are in the habit of ranging Etock and that its efforts are
proving successful is indicated hy
the number of inquiries that have
alreudy been received. Some of
these are from the prairie provinces
and in one instance the owner of
1(1,(100 head of sheep writes to fii.d
out how the new granting of pasturage facilities would help him in
opening a ranch in this province.
The new policy of leasing grazing
lands at a nominal rental, will according to present indications prove
highly popular and the department
of lands has already received a
ho.-t of congratulations irom scores
of sources.
PACIFIC
LOGGERS
MEETING
Union  Hotel
A. r. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET,  REVELSTOKE, B. C
MEAL TICKETS $600
Victoria,   II. (J.,  Sept.   30—The
j Pacific Associations of Loggers will
j hold its annual lop^iiif: congress at
I Spokane, commencing on Sept. 24.
This association  comprises loggers
from Washington, Idaho, .Montana
and British Columbia  will be represented   by   H.    B,.   M icMillan,
the chief forester, and J. Lafon,
| cruising and   royalty inspector.
A   timber   cruising*   inspection
that has been  carried out along:
the route of the Pacific   Great
Eastern railway by the employes
of tbe forestry department shows
that there is a  large amount of
alienated  crown  timber in  the
vicinity.   This lies chiefly in the
Xi w Westminster land district
and  the Vancouver forest   district as well  as about the bead
of Howe sound.
Jack Laughton. Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J".    ALBEBT     STOHNTIEi PROP.
Ladies* Tailored jtoits to Order
All tho lateal colon In MMelasae ClothTVanc;
1" I"- itrlped un.l checked Wontedi.   Ow
oiio hundred lateil pattern, to choose frmn-
iie. I*., alike.
FANCY COATINQ8   T    | l.te.l   N,n,  Y„,k
crestloni and the moat up-to-date rtook In
B-*'■ I**'" whoexpecl much from ua, cannol In disappointed when the] hare theli Bull
..1 Long (ui iwayC. il made by us, Wa hare
the rery beat designs from Paris In charge ol
this depart ni      rhert .- n   - ill i rcoal	
t hm e fm ii- to make.
CRfSSMAN A COMPANY
THU   LEADING   LADIES'   ANI)   MEN'S   TAILORS
Advertise in the Mail-Herald
EXPORT
CEDAR
POLES
An erroneons impression ap-
pears to prevail that the export
of cedar poles from British Columbia is illegal. Such timber
products can be exported, but before shipments are made it is necessary to have an order-in-coun-
cil passed, granting the necessary permission. It may be said
that such permission is never refused when the application is
properly made out and complies
in every intstance with the law.
There is an export tax of one-
half cent per lineal foot on all
cedar poles exported.
COMING EVENTS
the
Oct.   9,   10—Th,-   Versatiles,
Empress theatre.
Oct.  13—"The  Country Boy,"  it    ihe
Empress theatre.
Oct,   lii and 17—The  Vurdi nnd FoBi.-r
English  Comedy  Company,     at the
Empress theatre.
Oct.   Jn—Allen   Players  for   nne   week
,it Empress theatre
Oct.  *JT,  28—Edison Talking Pictures,
Empress theatre.
Nov.   10—"The  Barrier,"  at   Empress
theatre.
Nov.  17—"Whal  Happened to Mary,"
Empress  theatre.
Nov. 19—The Barrier, Empress theatre
Nov. 25—The Lawrence   Brough       K).,
at  the Empress theatre.
Dec. 6.—The Lawrence BroiiM-h Co., at
the  Empre     theatre.
Ilec.  8—The   I'ink   Lady,  at the      Empress theatre.
Dec.  2.3—Matheson,  Lang and  Brit ton,
Empress  theatre.
Colds.
Cougha.
Weak I uiiks.
WeakThroata.
Aye
r'^   Cherry
» Pectoral
Sold for 70 years
Ask Your Doctor
M JO. AjorCo.,
Meerurffal, (e„nii.ls
&
&
Gurney - Oxford Baking
Worthy of the Art of a Chef
The average woman abhors having to spend
all her time in the kitchen striving to accomplish some new dish in baking. But when she
can have a rang-2 like the Gurney-Oxford,
cooking becomes a pleasure and a fascination
because of its consistent assured success.
The heat ofthe whole range is controlled by one lever, called the
Economizer, with remarkable ease and effect.
The oven is entirely surrounded by a perfectly even heat of any
degree required for any kind of baking. Pans of biscuits, light
rolls, or cakes, all cook evenly with a delicate, golden brown crust
without having to be constantly changed around next the heat
as in other ranges,
This perfect Gurney-Oxford oven encourages a woman to attempt
delicious and unusual recipes of her own invention.     Her reputation for being a "splendid cook" is at once established.
The Gurney-Oxford Economizer regulates the exact degree
of heat which is directed through the oven by a Divided Flue
Strip with perfect evenness in
every corner.   The fire ia held
low on a Special Reversible
Grate  which  burns
every coal to a white
ash. Thereisalift-up
Broiler Top to expose the full fire, and
a  smooth   polished
surface that requires
no black lead.   The
Warming Closet is
big  enough  p.nd
strong   enough    to
hold a whole dinner
service.
This Gurney-Oxford is the range for women of to-day.
CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEW CA TALOGUE, " STOVES AND RANGES'
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
<o> ii.
^s^ © &&& €^@ O G& €£ €3» 600^ &&&
NEW
GOVERNMENT
LAUNCH
Forthe Dominion governmenl publio
works department, Hale &. Stapp,
the Nelson launch builders, have just
ce>mplete<l the largest and most costly
launch ever built in Kootenay waters.
Thirty-five feet in length, with a
nine-foot beam, the now boat, which ia
named the Marion, is for uso on tho
Arrow lakea. It is equipped with a
60 hon ipower six-cylindor Roberts engine and will make about JO miles per
hour.
In ibe beautifully Btted-up cabin am
i.\ berths, There are also a galley,
a lavatory, hoi and cold water equipment and pantry. Thc craft ij lighted
by electricity and lhc engine is equip-
pod with an electrio seH itarter.
un Saturday the Marion wns    taken
for a trial inn to 1<nnlo anil yesterday
he   wen) lo   llalfour.   The   engine      is
practically noiseless nnd there   i     no
vibration,
Hale    fi  Stepp havo built a    cradle
fm   hipmcnl   of tho   i>, ,.*i (     to     tbo
Arrow lakes   and for use   in  . .
ihould   be needed  latei   on  Koi
lake.
NATURES BEST
are the only fruits anil v< . ■-
tallies used in our canned
goods and preserves. Picked
where [frown and fully ripened, they are at once put
into cans and jars with all
■ Ba retained. Try
them ifyou want something
extra good for the table.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
TO THE PUBLIC
[ would respectful!   i ... ...v fu]] line of Woollens just
received for Tall aud Winter ■. i   styles, fabrii     .   1
colorings in new and de ii    l< effects.
I would al t that I 1   ve  taken
course of instruction in cutting men and  ivotni ents at  "the John J.
Mitchell Co," cutting academy New York City.
Have worked  miel gained practical   experience with   leading tai
establishment   In tin lend tin it If
who   thoroughly   undent,m.I   . iking   Of men'
women's garments.   There: ; etter than li iui  '"
order here foi y, ui Fall ai
H. F. MORTENSEN
ACROSS FROM THK
LADIES* AND GENT'S
TAILOR
CLUB."
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THE   MAlL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913
LOCAL and GENERAL
E.J,  Cowan  of Regina,  i-  In
thu
i     Jonos ol Toi into, i-     hei *   this
seek,
E s,   Mnthowa and T.  Faloenbridge,
Van' ouver,  are in  town.
.    ; Kalian oi Seattle, wad noticed
.   strei Is yesterday,
A   Taylor of Toronto, i- i guesl to'
it tho King K Iward,
■   Keer of Kelowna, in paying   n
to Revelstoke this week.
-  i. Oenghling of Minneapolis, Min.
.■ tod iy em a business trip.
,   \   B eeker ol K imloops,   was
:ed "ii ih- si reels yesterday.
I* N. Andrews ol Oaigary, wan tfan-'
.. bu line a here on Monday.
Grady, the popular hei'el man
of Si    Leon hot springs, is in town.
w.a. Wat ling of Oaigary, was     an
,        . on  Monday's early west-bound
an I Mrs.  P.  Leivinirstou and A.
!..      • it, p ol Morden,  Man.,  ure here
.'.'.■■•le.
in wain a hearty laugh bear Dr.
! , ,   in St.  John's church on Fri
ght,
if.  Parkinson     and Jas.  Shor-
are in  th • city,    guesl -  al    the
i.        Edward,
J H. Clappison of Hamilton, Ont.,
, | iei    week.    Hc < an he  found a*
i      King Edward.
M Geo. Hoiieris.iii of Arrowhead,
accompanied by her daughter, is bere
I        reek shopping.
w.E. Robins ni Toronto, was au
a , .in Mon lay's express He is
a*, the King Edward.
James Tait ol Victoria, arrived in
to*»*n the fore part oi this week. H*
Is a*   the King Edward
Greatest of all Animal Picture* "In
th'?  Sultan's  Power,"  tonight     Don't
mis-  thi-.  Slur theatre. Tin o.k.
H E.  Hohin- of Toronto,  is  among
lany  far-eastern  vi-itor-   to  Btop
0 •  it   Revelstoke this  mid-week.
Mrs.  I..W.  Wood  will receive     next
lay, October -ud. -in I afterwards
i      he'   tirst   Thursday   ol ''a-h   i.eonth.
Loa ler and A.  HeDougall,    of
.    ame .lown  th,' mountain   >n
They  are guests  al   th ■ Kin •
ird.
Wakinson "i Arrow Park,   and
J M   Frasei  o; Kamloops, are in   the
rhej     iu lie fo md   it th- King
ird.
11 light in >t. John's bui b t- ■
tone prayer   neetlng  wi
I let!       n  1s"Homi
voting."
K.   R'30-  of Yan ouver.    and R.   C.
7: of       Vl    *
1 .
, this week.
E. Borgstrom    :  Si ind
;- ■        ■ tland
, d mil   ■ I e
NAKUSP
WEEKLY
NOTES
Nakusp B.C., Sept. 28—The news of
the sudden death of o. Alfsmo of the
steamer Rostand, came as a greut
shock lo Ihe inhabitants of Nanusp,
and the whole' district of the Arrow
lakes.
Immediately on rece.lpt of the news
all Hays of tbe Canadian racitie railway were linisii-d lo half mast and on
Monday eill Btoumors will lay to for
15 minutes mnl ail work at the shipyard will be suspended in honor of
the deceased capt nin. The shipyard
employes are arranging to si n.l a
wreath for the funeral.
The Rossland lell Hoi,-on in i barge
. I Pdlol Swauson northbound and had
called al Needles, iho residence oi
('apt. Foreland, who Immediately took
charge of the vessel.
Capt, J.C. Gore arrived today and
returned to Nelson for the funeral of
Capt. Alfsmo, Capt, Robertson of the
Rteamei Bonnington accompanying
bim.
Tbe-   Nakusp  sawmill   has  shut  down
for tbe winter.      Logging operations
mil stint next month, and it i.s expected :, large force will ho employed.
\ benefit smoker was given at the
opera bouse ,,n Saturday nighl by the
baseball club, whieh was largely at-
tended and a thoroughly good time
was  bad.
The Dominion governmi nt engineers
in charge al Burton city, are at work
In connection with thf navigation survey of the Columbia riv.-r at the narrows  below town.
SHOWER OF
GOOD THINGS
FOR HOSPITAL
The Ladies'  Hospital Guild have de-
! elded to hold a jam ami pickle showur
for  lhe  hospital,      Saturday,  Octolwr
the 18th, and on this occasion, us   on
previous ones ihey appeal to the ladies
l of Itevelstoke to ussist in   keeping up
' the splendid record of success, hitherto
well-earned,     At this season of     tho
year eaoh and every housewife la stock
ing her  larder  with a  supply   of  gooel
things for  the winter     mouths.     The
ladies trusi  Unit when this notico rea-
, lie's  them  they  will feel  disposed      to
give of iheir plenty to thoso loss fort-
unato and those sick In tbo hospital a
taste of  their excellent jam or  pickles,
uul   lo whom   the  llavor  of   the  liome-
' nia.de' goodies   may   mean   mure      than
the  actual   pleasure   given   while  being
.eaten.
Ai the shower on the eighteenth the
Guild will serve afternoon ten t.,
wliicb all the ladies of tho Oily ami
vicinity .ire invited. This will give
those who havo not already done so
an opportunity to view the interior of
the new Queen Victoria hospital.
r^aiaaraifflaaiBiaEiraciiaaiajaiaiaiaieiis
SALES and WANTS
MILLIONAIRE
JURY TO
TRY PRIEST
New York, rfepi. 29—Considerable
importance is attn'hed by tho au -
thorities io the inquest into the death
of Anna Aumuller on Friday next,
biefly because it is expected shat
counsel ior Hans Schmidt, the priest,
wbo ha-1 confessed to murdering the
Ltii!, will question the esJtabli-hment
eei the corpus delli ti.
In addition te, Theodore P. Sctonts,
presidenl eif the- Interborough Rapid
Tcanslt Company, who has consented
• ■ as fo email. I'oroner Fein-
■ i-' subpoenaed two score or
more men of prominence from among
whom  the othei     irymen  will  b<
'•■el
\iii.iiej   these the   oronei  announced
John D.   Rockerfeller,   dr..      Yin -
:i    \ -.,■. i' melius Vanderbtl
Go ild,   Augu il     Belmont,   George   W
Fairchild,   Henrj   Siegel,  George     F.
Robert   1.. Gerry,   Harry .
nd Lewis  Cass  I.
Thc inquest will I* public
IOc line Minimum 25c.   Cosh in Advance
I
"rJjaaiaJSlSJS13J^c3iajaMtLpSMEEEaae!i
FOR SALE—A ill foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Ap'ply
to F.N.  Roberts, Arrowhead, D.C.
S
ALLEYS
OPENED
TO RENT— Nice Furnished, Heated
Rooms, very central. Apply next to
Mail-Herald Office,  McKenzie avenue.
HOARD and ROOMS—In private family, home accommodations. Enquire
by letter t0 Box'JH, City.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED—Japanese
Hoy, waiter of experience, cau also
do uny house worl-.—Tommy Kendo,
in care C. Tngala-ki, P. 0. Box D.,
Revelstoke. 2t.
TO RENT—One single loom with private family, at reasonable rate, centrally located.   Apply to Box 914.
TO LET-I have a nice Furnished
House to let, on Third street, West.
AW. Connolly, at G.W. Bells' Store
FOR SALE—Four Milch Cows, ln
good -i.aje.'. animals can be inspected an 1 terms obtained from Charles
Granstrom, across Columbia River
Bridge,  Old Town, Revelstoke
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Of •
. n for work at good waives.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Of-
nce.  First street,  Revelstoke,  D.C.
'■   • e.,,1 se ond-hand Rem
Apply   to   Mail-
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WANTED—Washing  well  and ear-fully
Hand   I.a ndry,
V one
ALLEN
PLAYERS
COMING
Miss Verna Felton and the Allen
Players have jus't completed a long aud
successful ougagomont at the Viet K'ia
theatre in Victoria, where they opened
Ihoir season this year. Conceding
these popular players the Victoria
Times speaks as follows:
"The Allen Players made, a wolcom*;
re-appearance here last night in "The
Spendthrift" and their loyalty und
enthusiasm gave their own reward.
Alway-' good, tho Albm I'lnyers aro
now qualified to stand with tho ery
liest companies that visit tho city and
ia the play presented Inst evening iliey
found ii particularly pleasing medium
for reintrodudng themselves hore. Thu
company kas improved immensely and
the production last night was undoubtedly one of tho most finished
ihat has been given by thom here.j'
"The Spendthrift*' will bo presented
by the' Allen Players ut the Empress
I heat re, Monday evening, Ocl. 20th,
und will mark the opening of their local engagement during which several
plays of equal interest will be
produced,
SOCIAL aod PERSONAL
ed their homeward way two by     two.
about  three in the morning.
Mr. J. Arthur Oayley left ou tbe
Tuesday night train for Ottawa, where,
he will complete his law course at tba
BUSINESS
LOCALS
Miss Janet McKay will not receive
on Thursday, Oct. 2nd.
Merfsrs.  Carr and Wintemberg,     of
Malakwa,    came iu   on business    this
morning.
Mr.  W.W. Foster arrived  from      tbe
coast yesterday and is staying at the
King  Edward.
A baby 'daughter arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hobson,
last Friday evening.
Mrs. F.W. Laing had a few friends In
for cards on Monday nighl when all
spent, a pleasant evening.
Mr. Abramson has purchase.I Mr.
Tucker's collage, and Id tailing possession with his family this week.
Mrs. Sturdy came in irom Mulakwa
this morning to Visit tor a couple ol
days with her .-on,  W.A.  Sturdy.
Mi.-- Blanche McCarty returned on
Sunday from n two weeks' much en-
ioyed  vacation ai the coast cities.
Mrs. Breene who has been the popular gueBl ol Mrs. Robbins this month,
relumed t(, Vancouver Sunday night.
Mr. W.W. Foster will address the
Women's Canadian club ibis evening
in Mrs. Lawrence's drawing roon . com
mencing at
I
Ottawa University.
I
Correction—Iu our last issue we-gave
an extract copy of the verdict of the.'
Jury on tho Inquest over B.E. Kuowl-
ton. Below wo give the full finding ot
tbo 'Jury:—"That B.E. Knowltou was
"accidentally run over and killed by
"a contractors work train after he
"had  'lagged  the  C.P.R.  freight  train
."on September   20fch,  1913,   We,    tiai?
! "Jury recommend that a light should
"be carried at each end of worklraius
, "when operating at night."
The social evening which began the
season's work for the Young People's
Society of Sl.  John's' church, was
I very pleasant affair. A line program
formed the lirst hour's entertainment,
Consisting of chairman's address, ;• • -
( senting  llie  plan of  work  for   the will-
Miss
ler;  solo,   Mr.   Haddon,
dina
Little;  piano  duet,  Miss  Viola   3ro»i
and  Miss Rulh  Drown:  recitation,  .*»r
j Reid;  solo,  Mr.  R. Thomson iding,
I "The Raco" from the "Bishop ol Oat-
tonlown," Mr. W.M. Lawrenoe. Ah
.the numbers were excellent, Mr, .«w-
rence's reading being intensely (Irani i
tic. All thon adjourned to the 'itse-
ment, found their partners and ,l'.*ot-
••e| their united efforts to ans» nag
riddles. After this a trip was lake, t,.
Friendship Land on nn Improvis-i
train of chairs. Refreshments couelud
ed one of the ploasantost of pvenl lys.
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p.      -      I
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Matinee every Saturday afternoon at
*J:*ifl —Star theatre.
At the Trueman Studio, all portraits are high grade and guaranteed.
—A. Douglas Tourner.
Tho Canadian Order of Foresters,
have paid to their members and departments over S8,45*-t,:5*sr>.(",l since 187'J
Join our national society.
The Trueman Studio is the house
for high class finish for amateur work
nil prints with white borders.
After tho charter is closed it will cost
you double to become a member of (he
Canadian Order of ForeJters. Mnke
application no.v to O.W. Rand, Dis -
trict Organizer.
Matinee Saturday alternoon for lad
ies and children. Soe the great featur
rs at  the  Star  theatre,   at 2:'M)  p.m.!
Revelstoke's home of art—Tho True-
man Studio. Call and see us, when
discussing portraits. Prices to suit
all.
The Canadian Order oi Foresters
have a   reserv of .*Sl,'*il!),52il.74   to   pay
i and death claims of their members.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
They    say Sir Walter Raleigh     was
'le-  lirsi man  who  I Mint   to smoke.  —
oal hasn't learnt yet.
A meeting for the purpose of n.stitut
ing a newOourt of the' Canadian Ord-
er of Foresters, will be held in the 1.0.
O.F. Selkirk  hall,  Wedne-'day   evening,
i le lober   1st.
Did you get   yours this week ? If not,
get it next.   What*' Coursier's Stnoke-
' oal
The;  crop is  harvest,ed  and cars  will
•■  h n'l io  gel   and  ■ oal   will  be
'■•■■■'■ ■     the   'une   to order H.
Twenty ! i v. ■ eharter members havo al
d foi   the   new   Courl
bdia     Fo  • tern  here.   Charter
■   Dg   take-n now   at  ioMi)
.,, n now.   Bee
'   Or .en  .      i.W    Rand,   I nlon
Mow aro
iei      is the
-a i      'In th
ei i orld'i
! |M.
n -it parts, In
I Mai
ii       "    in
ie  tbi
Mr. an.l Mrs. Shepherd from the
.-tate of Washington, have come to
town to stay for some time. They
havo reined Mrs. Kennedy's house on
Second street, west.
Mr. Robt. Horne, formerly the well-
known secretary of the V.M.C.A, of
Winnipeg, bul now in the hardware
business in Victoria, was in town from
Saturday until this morning, with Mr.
Thompson of the Y.M.C.A.
The Y.M.C.A. Auxiliary, at A meeting held last week made arrangements
for their lug annual dinner and sale
of work mi Thanksgiving afternoon antl
evening. Monday, Oet. 2<ith in the Y.
Everyone  keep  lh'
M.C.A.   ball
in  mind.
Mr. H.N. Coursler got back Mi nday
from a holiday of a weeks' bum ing and
lishing near Lytton, at whi.h place
Brie is working wiih a survey party.
Mrs. Coursier lefl last evening for a
couple of weeks' vacation and rest at
Vancouver.
VERSATILES
RETURN TO
REVELSTOKE
F. Stuart Whtye's musical , omody
company, "Th,- Versatiles" will play
their ihird engagement in Revelstoke
a I lh' Kmpress (heal re on Thursday
and Friday,  ivtobet* Mh and 10th.
The opening bill will he a clever mua
leal concert, entitled, "Tho Canadian
Express." The scenes of ihis delight-
date fui laugh producer aro laid ou a tour-
' ist car on the Canadian Express Lim
ited. The uciion centres about a
young man who has lieen brought to
Canada by his father in order to Instill the necessary manhood inti his
colorless1 character to make him th,
I roper husband for the' girl of bis
choii e. Ily a strange coincidence, the
girl happens  to  come over  wiib a  par
ity of friends by ibe same     boat    and
tak.'s the same  train west.   The   Hon
Arthur, lhe youth in question, gets an
idea.   He plans a holdup by  one     oi
I Holiday.   Mr. Myew  L's |,;,i'  with bim8Bir" **■<- h«ro. The
preached at both services Sunday   and  in","t takea place *"" "s '*'" "'ll thin*
Rev. CA. Myers, lho newly appointed supervisor of Young People's Soei-
eiie-iu the Presbyterian church, was
the' guesl  of Rev. J.W. Stevenson from
delivered  splendid addresses  een Christian i itiven-hip.
A little informal live hundred party
was enjoyed on Monelay evening at the
home of Mrs. Sibbald. Tho party Was
ofthe nature ofa farewell given by
Mr. Jack Sibbald to his frlondi, Mr.
Ben Lawrence and Mr. Fred Urquhart
The' card prizes were won by Miss
Hughes and Mr. Laing. After -upper
stna"
hour or  two.
ainl Arthur provci
though he doesn't
t ne-e.
i  regular hen
appreciate  il
al-
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em    bul  n - 'i i' 'i  dt '     in poses
of iln- Domin on
The great big comedy hit of the pa-t
New York  s.-a-on    is     "Tho   Couniry
Roy*' by Edgar     Selwyn,   which   th*
Henry   11. Harris   Estate  will   present
ai.ee   wa- mdulged  in    for an  al th„  ^^  ..^^  Monday  ^
13th.
Thee company which will present th
piece here i- a very strong on . and
Contain* many well known local favorites. The name of Henry lt. Harris al
ways is a guarantee that the produi tioi
will be of  the  highest class  possible.
The Story "f "The Country Boy," i
ofa youth who comes to New York to
Win fame and fortune. His lack of BUc
ie~s at home he attribute- t,, the limitation- ofa small lown. Ther;' ht
kas a charming home, a good moilnr
and a  sensible- sweetheart, all  of which
be leaves behind. In New York be is
soon caught up in ihe maelstrom ol
a busy World and loses ^igln of th.
stimulus for Ilis ambition, by attaching himself toa chorus girl.   Ho was
tes Iii-  time and  money ,,n In i. .■ n I   at
i i-i come i" the i-n i ni his iop-1 when
he loses hia position. Disappointed
an l defeated, despnir overtake^ him.
When about to make away with him-
self, he is caught in ihe lirm grip of a
man with a he,nhy   and    optimistic
view  of  life, who  labors  hard and  su
( d- in restoring the hoy  to his original self-respeel and tmthnslasm.    Thr
youth  returns  to  his home  to    fight
anew the greal  struggle of life.      H.
ibis  week,  by  ilio de    succeeds,  nnd win--  back   lhe  girl     whu
* • ii iiuii honor, has never let her love for him abate
in the I,.nst. The play teems with chai
aeter studies of typical habitues ol
"The Great White Way" and as contrast, wc also seethe healthy, sturdy,
A meii.-an, particularly indigenous   te
tin Friday evening of this week     a
lecture ofa high order will be delivered in  St.   John's  church  by Dr.   Prim -
rose an •eminent divine from  Glasgow,
Scotland    Mt. Primrose will speak on
old cathedrals, illustrated with    limo
j light view-, followed  by    a humorous
| talk of  Sm.u. h  street   characters.   The
| meeting la under (ho auspices of    the
i Y.P' and ., silver     collection is asked.
I The public are most  cordially  Invited.
■li E.H.S, McLean gave a very sue
mc--i'iiI flve hundred party on Saturday
afternoon, nine lables playing. The
"' -     were prettily   decorated with
ti i    purple   md  white,   Mr-.  Atkins
won  flrsi   prize n  beautiful  sliver    de-
oi     '''''i  vn '•. anl     Mrs. Harry
Bows   '" ond. ie. eiving n silver deport I
vase     \ si • ng Ihe hustess in serving
•   ous  refreshments   weie  four
ihe
young Indie . HI     15 pHn, Ml    Foote,
Mi     Hyatt and Hi a Lawson,   Thea;
font   played ofl foi  a prise during lhe
ii ui  m'l  Hi     Ksplln  won a pret-
.   ■. i it ing portfolio.
The        ■ fni-ewell has been oon
(Iderahly   Softened  forthe  hoys      whu
lea   e fol     ■
ful  pnl
i >•. of I he iollie il  waa given by     Mr.
il 1  Mi I,   Ifrquahi t  la it   FYldaj
in   Vfi    Pn d  i i 'i ihu '  who leaves
'iio... .,, ,n i..i Montreal.   The ua-
.   [ame   ol flve hundra I   were
n ftily ' ■■• •■'  '  o'clock and   the small country towns.
the pretty     pri •■' carried oil bv Miss _	
M ot •• V" nn- in Mr. CR, Hncdon- Thc thieves who robbed tha S&>.
nld. A no trump prize was captured Francisco mint were careful not tc
by Mrs    Cha ,   Ma   I >n il I     Suppi r ai   take any wooden money.
Inl ht   we    I   ' iwed by three hours	
Ian   n -  whi -h  was    i ntered Into
with     th"   liveliest     apiril  nnd    fui .
bright mu Ic bein.: <upplied by a number of  young   lit lies.   Ooodnights wer.'
Ith cheersfor the ho«ts' of   the
DEATH
MARSAW—At Abeerdeen. Washlngtoi
on Septemlier 26th, 1913. Jo pl
Marsaw. a former redden! of Revel
evening   and   the  young  people   wend-,    stoke, B.C.

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