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The Maii-Hera
Vol. 19   No 66
JU1VELSTOKE. B. C. AUG 20, 1913
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CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR
COUNCIL
SPECIAL
MEETING
Estimates All But Completed.—Rate Will Be Fixed at   GeLar'„aieSCTaxes°"pai(i
20 or 21 Mills.—Poor Market for Debentures   Beio™ November ist.
j
Handicaps City.—Council Confine Expenditures'Tto** 7^7*^ T^S"
* i v..j. r U1y. „n Tuesday evening last.   Pit-sent,
Current Year to Minimum. Doincj Nothing Excopt SSn^osorify."   '""
Meet Running Requirements and Reduce Rates.
ANNUAL TENNIS
TOURNEY TO-DAY
PIRATES
IN CRICKET
MATCH
Many Expert Players from Outside Towns Here
-Prizes on Display at  Macao nal d's brugKet.?,J
•* °  resulting m the (ollowing score
PIRATE TEAM.
A cricket match between tlie Pirate-
baseball team and the Revelstoke Cricket Club wns played on the yth inst.,
Store.
Tennis Dance Friday Evening.
Miss Sprngs
The    eity    council    met  iu    regular we do  uol want uny  disputes with him
sneeiing on Friday evening lust,  May- but ol course in my opinion while wo
or T. Kilpatrick   occupied the chair, may advance this     money, it should
Present   Aldermen  Howson,   McKinnou not  form a charge  upon   the  ralepay -
Bourne.   McSorley   and   Ciiy   Solicitor ers of this city.
G.  S.  MeCarter. City      Solicitor  MeCarter—Whatever
City Clerk Gordon read the minutes portion  of tliis expense     was directly
of last meeting and wblcb were adopt- caus-ted In discovering  the discrepencles
rd   ns  reud should  lie  paid hy  tlie  late  eity  clerk,   „ f. .    ,
lu  lls 1L"U' .                                                   ratc to he granted on all taxes
The  (ollowing  grants  for   191.1  wero but some of tbe work  whieh wus   ol a
confirmed as   recorded In  the  minutes: routine nature or required by the city
Revelstoke   Agricultural Association outside discovering  discrepancies might
$250 and light, leasonably be   a charge    against  the
Y.M.C.A.  general  rate and  tbat  the city,
eecretary be informed that the council Aid. MeKinnon—I  think  the greater
■recommend   this donation shoul
The big tennis tournament is taking |    Mrs.  Spragg and
place  today, and   for the  next      three   Golden.
Howson     aud days the lovers of this healthiul exor-
Bouine. cisc will     be highly interested in   the
The council  p.i.n ed I    once into tho various contests,
estimates.     After  considerable discus - Expert  players from outside    towos
sion Aldermun MeKinnon moved    and ure     here,    notably   irom Kamloops,
Alderman  Bourne    seconded,  tbat tho Golden  and   Rossland,   while tho  local
int*; for tho year 1913 beset as iollows players including     Mr.  K. Betz,      the
S.hool   8.3U tennis star may be expected  to give a
Interest   and   Sinking  Fund   1.10 good account of themselves.
General Rate  S.GO MAYORESS TO PRESENT PRIZES.
Making a  total rate of 21 mills.     A
discount of 15 per cent on  the general
paid
ou or  before 1st  November,  1913,    for
the current year.
Moiiun carried unanimously.
At the conclusion of the tournament
the Mayoress, Mrs. T. Kilpatrick, who
has kindly consented to present
the prizes.
LADIES   SINGLES,  HANDICAP
Robinson,  Pearl,  Revelstoke.
Wood, Mrs., Revelstoke.
Hyatt, Hiss Jean., Revelstoke,
Hardy,  Miss, Rovelstoko.
Dempster, Miss, Rossland.
Schinitz, Miss,  Vernon.
Wilson, Mrs., Revelstoke.
Allan, Miss Scott, Vernon.
Pearse, Miss, Kamloops.
MIXED DOUBLES.
of  Boyle b. Fleetham  30
Titterington b. Fleetham   0
Newsome b.    Fleetham   0
Haug  b.    Fleetham    0
Mair b. Fleetham   0
Mulholland,  run out  11
T. E. L.  Taylor b. Fleetham    3
Carpenter  b.   J.  Maley    0
Youngb.   J.  Maley   4
Burridge b. J. Maley   0
Squarebriggs,   noi  out    1
Extras   e
Total
..68
POWER   DAM.
future  be   submitted   (or approval
the ratepayers.
G.  Verdi  Han I,   J100.
Oity Band, $100.
Poultry  Association, S75,
DOG    TAX.
The city police  were ordered to
inspection.
ROOMING HOUSE.
An application Ior a rooming house
in   part of  thc toial  bill   will be     found
o" to have been necessitated by ihe- Bhort
comings of  our  late  cily  clerk,     thai
is ihe   portion   which   we should     look
for in   thai  direction.
I   Mayor T. Kilpatrick—This is practically   the only  controversial  or    unusual item among the estimates ofex-
b0 pemlitire,  and we mu=t  clear sume  up  license was referred to the Bylaw Oom-
given     written  instructions to collect so 1|)(,  lilKll draft of estimates can    bc mittee.
the dog tax at once. brought before the > 011n.il at an early
COMMUNICATIONS. date next week.
Various communications were order-     Aid.    MeKinnon—I     move that tho
ed answered or filed. proportion of audit expenses  nectssit-
Thc annual fee oi ihe L'mou of U.C. ate I to justify the books owing to dis-
*Municlpa . . . JIO, waa ordered paid civpencies ofthe late city clerk, be col-
entitliug the city to membership leoted lVom bim by tbe city. Aid. McSorley  see-onded, and  the  motion  car-
RoRssLd.emi'SlCl' a'ld    MiSB D8mP8t6r' , CRICKET  TEAM.
1    G. Parson and Mrs. Spragg, Coklen.   Fleetham   b.   Eoyle    71
COMMITTEES WORKING. I    j. Bulman and Miss Spragg, Golden   G. Miller b. Newsome  8
All the various committees of     the      Yolland & Miss  D.   Hambly,   Golden   Martin b. Boyle   3
Tennis Club are  working  over  lime to      K. Bet/, and Miss Scbmitz,     Revel-   R.  Dab.'11   b.  Newsome   .1
aro  make this tournament a greal  success stoke and Vernon. Chas. North  not out  10
„„,, nlum F-   Scolte    and      Miss  Scott  Allan,   Ballard,  run  out         ■>
Veinon. Parker b. Titterington ... 7
On Friday  evening  the last    day   of      B.  Allan and Miss Hambly,  Vernon  Pophum  b.  Titterington 9
will be plae*ed before tbe council after  the tournament, there will be a  tennis anu Goldeu. Davy b. Titterim'ton
cancein St.  Francis Hall,  which will      p. B.  Wilson and Mrs. Wilson, Rev-   Whitby'h.   Newsom.      "
be quite ono of the mo-'t prominent s0- elstoke. Maiey b.  Titterington !!Z.'.".".'.".'."."." 0
J. D. Sibbald, jr., and Miss Lawson      Extras \\
Revelstoke.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—There
some repairs necessary at the power
dam, and which we have estimated for
at 82,500.   The full details of the work
cial events of the season.
ENTRANCE   FEE.
There will be a   small entrance    fee
of 25 cents charged spectators at   the
grounds for     witnessing tbis tourna -
ment.
CITIZENS  SHOULD HELP
It    is to be hoped that tho citizens
Provincial government    wrote ri"d ™nM>uriy.
All.   MeKinnon—The linaiieial condi-
of the  Union ior the current  yeai
Th
drawing attention to the fact that tho
Greeley Creek pipe line was illegally
laid uu the government road in cer-
tain placcs;city clerk ordered to pro -
duceall the previous files on thi subject for the information oi thecounoll.
Citj Clerk was .,!- > instructed to
give c.e tractors Grant, Smith and
McDone-ii -.he Information required ru
fire ho-e, ami ihe   F.v.L. department
tion of the ciiy, provided we eould dispose of debenture- llow on hand, ut
reasonable'prices,     wo..! I  be in fair
SEWERS.
City Solicitor G.S. MeCarter gave
his opinion, that "owing to danges
in the Act last session, tbc council
could not legally  proceed to  tv-adjust
the sower frontage assessments topr0- 0f Revelstoke will all unite by their
vide for thc amount ever expended ou presence and co-operation at tho tour-
thc work as compared with the origin-  nament and dance  to make this    am- elstoke
ul debenture issue, or to make up  the  ong the    most leading events of     the     Arnold MeCarter and  Partner, Rev-
anntul shortage of *      I in season and thus     encourage   tho local stoke.
Paul Girard and Miss Sibbald, Revelstoke.
P.   B.   Shaw  and Mis's  Jean Hyatt
Revelstoke.
F. E. Cronyn
son, Revelstoke.
L. H.  Congreve and     Miss Hardie,
Sicamous and Revelstoke.
Tellemaehe and Mrs. Wood,     Kam
loops and Revelstoke.
C.  R.  Macdonald ;lnd Partner, Rev-
Total   136
Th.
nd Miss rearlRobin-      1"' '"'x*  malch wi:! '"* !'!^v'!
Revelstoke,    between  Kamloop-
Revelstoke  on
at
and
Sept. 1st, while on
Sept. 13th, Salmon Arm andRevel -
stoke will play at Revelsloke.
•ecuriin
Interesl  and sinking (und caused     by tennis club  in their efforts  to  crown
certain property  included iu  the origin  this  tournament  with  success,
al s, nediile uoi being sewered and there
shape, we   are   budgeting to   covei    the  ,0IL. ,,ie      t,lX(.s      on the     {roul „J PRIZES  ON  VIEW
ei.tir,' current expense „i 1913, and al-  whicn were ,10,  collected.   Th,
■o have provided out of revenue,    for
certain items  led over  from   tho  previous  council,   If we  liiul from  the final
draft  estimates  that   wc cannot
short-      In the store window of Macdonald's
age would huve to continue to bi made thug store, the handsome prizes valu-
up annually onto: general revenue, un- 0d at $20i>.O0 are on exhibition,   have
iii a special act ot the Provincial Leg-  you seen them.
KeI  Islature    wa    secured     validating   a
were give,, pow. as regards the  th"'"*U "' W* »»»ape     «ith 20,    we  ,cheme  0,    ,,..ad;ustmen.
can  ~triK,ea 21  mil rate-.   There are
renting out ief ol I .ity ho-e aftei
vcstiga:ie 11.
PETITIONS
greal many cities iii B. C. wh > have
hundreds of thousands of dollar* in
unsold debentures  lying in   their  bank.
A.l*. Levesque petitioned (orleave to and who-.' tax rat" anl general linan-
makean addi Ion  to the Union hotel.   , i.d condition jh very much worse than
A1J.  MeKinnon  moe. I  ihat  the re     Revolstoke,
quest be lubmittedto Building luspee-     Mayor    t.    Kapatrick—Yes, and ii
tor Luudell  with  the recommendation this council can solve the sew.-,   ques-
of  tb- council.   Seconded  by Aid. R.  ,i,,„ which haa been before ua foi   ev
Howson.—Carried unanimously. ernl yean, and alter -Hing debentures
A PotiUon. for a wood sidewalk from already authorised, Bnd ourselves as
Fojnh stiv.t was tinned down 0,1 well off as our figure- Indicate, we
Uie general principal that no more -hall be 111 better condition financially
wood itdewalks would be laid, eement than mo-i of ih- munWpalitlea of
being  prefel
Thi- Act
might I,.- prepared and »em b the 1 p
uncil for the approval o( the 1 ming
sitting of tbe legislature."
The- count I therefore  to drop
ail attempts to gi'iij'.'l' with the -ewer shore.. i ■: the pn nt j e r . an 1
rill budget ln their current year expenditure f,'i the amount of*l,.r><"' required to ina*c up the 1918 sewer front
age tax shortage for interest .pul sink
inj [undon the original -ewer debenture,     the    shortage    being    amount
MEN'S  DOUBLES.
1—Bulman and  \ollaud. Golden.
J—Reynolds an I I   onyn,  Revelstoke.
II—Dei/, and  Sibbald, jr., Revelstoke.
I—Scolte and Allan,   v ernon.
5—Wilson i.ml  .Monk,  Hevelstoke.
6—Shuw an.l Barry, Revelstoke.
"—Taylor and  Congreve,   Revelstoke
ami Sicamous.
*-—Dempster and Dempster, Rossland.
0—Pearce  and  Tollmaehe,  Kamloops.
10—Wood and MeCarter, Revelstoke.
11—Richardson &  Partner,   Kamloops.
overspent In  the  noteat  bank     as a*.   1-—Wallaie and Macdonald,  Rev'toke.
, and will later take   up th<'ques   13—Hamilton and  Girard,  Revelstoke.
lie and  permanent.
REPORTS
Committee on Public Nuisances, reported progress.
ESTIMATES.
this  province.
CEMENT    WALKS.
Certain   "'ment    walk-, which have
developed faults within the  guaiantee
period were discussed „nd the    Publi.-
tion of  the  -pe- ial ait a-  advised.
Tie meeting adj ned at 11 p.m.
The e.-nmatc- were discussed and tho *orki D,'l,t* w"re to*ruoted to inv,-
dale e.f  th,'  final  -'Hiking  ot   lho    iuto
tlgate same and  report nt  the Tues
, ii   m .1  duy meeting,
wu.- postponed s lew days until   final      '
flguic- are vended. The Mayor announced lhat the rale would either be
Struck at in or 21 mil-bin thai the
aldciiiM) wished to go ones mon. over
th.- figures belore ths deciding draft es
tmiate is O.Kcd.
Aid. MeKinnon—1 would like to is*
ALDERMAN  R03IGNS.
Ahl. MeKinnon moved, and Aid. F.
Bourne seeonded, that the resignation
of alderman o. w.   Abrahamson    bs
.1' e ('pte' I.
The d ,ie ol the asCSesary election to
llll the vacancy ou ths council to be
Ready for School Opening
11 come ...it  sfsly ona'JO    mil    rats fixed at a masting ou Tusaday r.sxt.
with ihe new as ment, but of course    The council adjourned at   11:10 p.m.
Vr 11111-1 not  attempt to make „   rsptl'l
tatioii for ourselves at  ihe sxpsnaa   of
abandoning the principles ol sound tln-
aiicinu. We eould have -et tho rate
at*-'" hut for certain workal thspow-
tei house dam, which will have to bo
done out of revenue.
The council -'ittingns a committee of
the wh-ile, then went over the expenditures of the current  year's budget.
Aid. MeKinnon—Thero is the mntter
ofthe cost of this special audit, it
is Included in the estimate;* should it
bc included, some of the money h««
Ireen paid, wc of course employed the
auditor nnd  lor  the credit  ofthe  city
Single Billy Clifford
Billy (Single) Oliflord and his merry
Company ot clever artists will be tbo
offering at the Empress theatre on
August 25lh, for one nitrlit. in the
merry  mu-h-al  satire,  "Believe Me."
Billy i- well-known to the ihcat 1,
li ring publ.c of thl- city, and i- offering this season an attraction even high
above ihe usual high itandard main*
Uini'l  by   him. aid     Believe  Me"    ha**
pio\en the grsatssl sucotss oflus car-
oil. having had u New York n.n ol
forty week-1 ths lui-i   -easoti. and Immiik
one of the few attractions thai gavs
1 niver-ul  satisfaction.
LADIES SINGLES.
1—M. Hambly, Golden.
2—J.  Hardy,   Revelstoke.
3-D. Hambly,  Golden.
I—Mrs. Wood, Revelsloke.
5—Miss  Pearl  Robinson, Revelstoke.
0—Mi— Si limit/.  Verbon.
7—Mi-s Pearse,  Kamloops.
8—Mi-- Dempster, Rossland.
!l—Allan,  Miss  Scott,  Vernon.
10—	
GENTLEMEN'S  SINGLES
I—Pin-on. G.. Golden.
■2— Yolland,  F., Golden.
8—Reynolds, B. II.. Revelstoke.
4—Scolte, v.. Vernon.
5—Allen,  11.,   Vernon.
C—Wilson,   P,   B.,  Revelatoke.
7—Sibbald,   J.D.  jr.,  Revel-lok.'.
S— SllaW,   P.   B.,   Revelsloke.
11—Taylor, T.E.L., Reveletoke.
MEN'S   HANDICAP  SINGLES,
CLASS A.
Richard-on,  Kamloops.
Dempster,  A.L.,  Rossland.
Taylor, T.E.L., Revelstoko.
Congreve, L. H.,  Sicamous.
Pearse, W., Kamloops.
Dempster,  Chas.,  Rossland.
To'lemache, Kamloops.
Reynolds,  B.R.,  Revelstoke.
Dempster, R., Rossland.
Wilson,  P. B., Revelstoke.
Cronyn.   F.   E.,  Revelstoke.
Scolte, F., Vernon.
Sibbald, J.D.. jr., Revelstoke.
Deiz,  K., Revelstoke.
Allan,  B.,  Vernon.
MEN'S  HANDICAP,   SINGLES
CLASS B.
Reid,  F.,  Revelstoke.
Barry, F. C, Revelstoke.
Dempster,  E.V.,  Rossland.
Wallace,  W.H.,  Rovelstoke.
Monk,   Revelstoke.
Reade, T. H.,  Hevelstoke.
MeCarter.  Arnold,  Revelstoke.
Macdonald,  C.  R., Revelstoke.
Shaw, P. B., Rovelstoke.
Girard,   P.,   Revelstoke.
Anderson,  J.  M., Revelstoke.
Hamilton,  Revelstooe.
Wood. L.  W. W., Revelstoke.
It 1- a   mixture   of   faWS   and      light
omely   with  mu-ieal  interruptions  of 10—Reid, Frank,  Revelstoke.
whicli   there arc  Sixtsen,  aud none    of 11—Girard, Paul,  Revelstoke.
Ome anaiti we have anticipated the  which intrude upon thc other, and this IJ—MeCarter,   Arnold,  Revelstoke.
wants of     the   School Children.     We  pleasing lomblnntion with  all ; ugges- ID—Macdonald,  Chas.,  Revelstoko.
bavebeen pluuuinu the last throe mon-  tiveneSa  removed,    lorms the  neucleus 14—Pearse, W., Kamloops.
ths to bavo what you waut for School   of a very pleasant two hourtf of     fun 15—Tollmm he,  Kamloops.
opening. nna   enjoyment.   Billy   hns in his   sup- 16—Richardson,  Kamloops.
Wo  have all  the New Be>oksrequlred  port an  exceptionally  clever  company; 17—Bet7., Kurt, Rovelstoke.
lor    the    Public    and      High   School   the scenic and elsOtrical  pftWls are up 18—Dempster,   Reginald,  Rossland.
Scholars. to the regular stnndinc  and  there      is 19—Dempster,  Arthur, Rossland.
SCHOOL BAGS In large quantities,   no doubt  that his cngnirenient here will JO— Wood, L. W., Rovolstoke.
1,ve,  1 do/i'ii didi'ient kinds ol Leather  prove one of the most acceptable of!-
Bags (rom 50,. to $J.lHl   eaoh.               orin«s of the present theatrical season
HSDHHHIlllIlIikirtftDHIl     NKW  D»S10NS on all our  Exercise     Thoro    are oiBlrto«n tunefully cntchy
Important
Baseball
Match
Monday,     September   1st,    is to be
marked dowu in  the history of  Revel-  u" '
stoke as ono of the  biggest days     of
the year, it being a big double holiduy
First, it is     Labor   Day, and second,
I C. A. Cotterel! Promoted
I Vancouver, Aug. IS,—The announcement was made yesterday afternoon
by the General Superintendent, Mr. f
,W. Peters, of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, that Mr. C.A. Cotterell
would succeed Mr. George E. Graham
as district superintendent of the railway. Mr. Cottere'l has be,n irain-
, master in charge of terminals, aud
, the position he leaves va ant will be
filled by Mr. W.P. Martin, (or the
past couplo of y.ar- wharl au'tnt of
the company, at Van. ouver.
I The appointment of Mr. Cotterell
to th-.' position of superintendent of
the No. 2 District, whi b includes tho
Van. ouver terminals, the main line ol
their    railway     fiom     Van OUVer       t 1
Kamloops ami the Westminister Mi--
ion and Nicola branches, has been an-
Uedpated as Mr. Cotterell has been
filling th.' positi m during the time
that hi- predecessor ha- been
away.
I Mr. Cotterell ha- ,1 ,110 n ithing but
railroad work „ll hi- life, having had
experience praeticafly all over th.-
the western line- and a une* a- train
dispatcher and trainmaster at some
of th,- heaviest divisional points. Ho
has always been With th C.i'.it.
Since coming t0 the British Columbia
district he has temporal ily filled the
louts of superintendent at Nelson and
Revelstoke in addition  to  Vancouver.
He is regarded as one of ihs ablewt
of theyounger operating men that ths
C.P.R. has turned out 'ind is well
cqipM to .o;.e with the problem-
thai ihi- division with its heavy-work
anl vexatious mountain lines, has
to  offer.
Mr, Man in, who will bs trainmaster In •accession to Mr. Cotterell ,
has been harbor wharf agent foi ths
company for the last couple ol years
He waa freight ogenl ol thc .ompany
at Montreal prior to that time,
nnd cams to Vancouver t,, avail him-
Jl—Congreve, L.  H.,  Sicamous.
LADIES DOUBLES.
S.G. Robbin- ha- received the first
check for the City hotel fire from the
but nol least, is thc dosing game of Comp-,gnie Gmorale of Pari-. The
the year in baseball between Kam 'c**8 w«s adjusted on the 9th inst. and
loops and Rovelstoke and it looks °heck rsosivsd on the 17th in-t.
pretty  tyood  for Revelstoke  to     bring
home tho pennant. | rsjgjgggg ggngggg, g,™,.,
1   The Club has two bands hired     (or §, 5, HI IH IB ffl ffl .§
tho day, so there    will be plenty      ol   gj
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■I Books and Scrilthlers. rfong hits of  tbe kind  that linger     in
The  Annual   Mooting  of the   B     PENCIL     BOXBfl p   to 2iic. each, your     mind for mnny moonB,    "Be-
Bei'Vi-lshokc   HoS|i4tnl   BocMf    B  Paints.  Crnyon< and     Drawing Pads,  lieve Mo."   Seats on  sale at Macilon •
GET IT AT
" THE SUGAR BOWL "
will be held in the City Hnll,
Rnvelsloke, on Tuo-dny, Aug.
19th.   lii 1:-. at 8 p.m.
W. D   AHMHTRONQ.
Secretary.
B  Noi- Book- in many stylos, 5c. to 10c.
H each.
(J     CHILD      LIFE      READERS   in  all
B Grades,   Art  Uteiatine  He.i.lors  in    11
B Grades.
■    HEWS'   DRUa   AND  BOOK  SIORF
music  besides the   exoltement  oi     tho  '«'
Miss Robinson and Mrs. Wood, Rev- gamos.   And at night thc management  ;H;
elstoke. o( the Club has arrQnge<l with Mr. W.  g
Mrs. Wilson and Miss HanHe,   Rev- A. Smythe af the Empress theatre   to  g    For the   Best    Ice Cream  In
elstokcl hold     over tbe ever     popular Frank  *g    town_   vislt   u§    D(in>t *
Miss Hambly and Miss M. Hambly, Rich Company to     give a big special  g    We scrve th(, ^^ C|        . LJ
Goldcn. program nnl     baseball Ix-neftt.     This  g    an,|    Cofl(M,   Jn
Miss Pearse and MM Dempster,    of company   is a     very strong   one and  j?.
1 mother   and  Kamloops ami Rossland. will prepare a big program to fit the   „ « SUGAR BOWL
isttti  Mis.   Armstrong and    Mrs.  W.      ^i"" Schmlt/ and Miss Scott Allan, occasion.   So  taken all in all  tho day , g
■Jd'a  Drug  Store.   Prices  60c,
11.00 and 11.60.
"fie,
Mr.  Wsllor M.  Armstrong,  of Tor
town at the
tUS-lillliiiBlflBll
(The H.iftll Store.1
Mell. at their home on F'.tst  iiitel.
Vernon.
will bc one to be remembered.
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THEIMAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913.
New Goods
AT
Bews' Drug Store
Kvery week brings many new lines to Ihis
Store. We are using our utmost endeavor
to keep ahead of the market, to anticipate
your wants weeks before you ilo—in other
words, to have what you want when you
want it. <& S0 it*
A    <u      U&
HA
MiSS 8YKES
We Ha*>e This WeeK. JVebv
Mountain Viebv *BooKf
The Canadian Rockies (24 Views).   Bach  25c
The Arrow Lakes ( 31  Views).    Kach  25c
Souvenir of My Trip.     Kach $1.00
Wonderland of Canada.   Kach  1,00
Scenic Treasures.    Kach ...     l.OO
Canadian Rockies. (Sepia).    Each  1.50
Art Series of Mountain Grandeur.     Each  2.00
New Mountain Post Cards; per dozen    25c
New Comics, Birthday, Cards.
WE DIG UP
many a golden opportunity for i.i-
vestors In real estate. Chances to
make good money they would never
hear of come to our knowledge.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
IN REAL ESTATE
drop in and gel acquainted.     If   we
haven't  just what  you want  we 1
get it lor you if it is to 1).' had.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. KlNCAID, Manager.
E.G. BURRIDGE 4 SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK    SHOP—
Connaught   Avo.    -    Rovolstokn
flebv Ladies'  "BacK  and Side   Combs
and "Barrettes
This line offers the largest assortment of Plain
and Decorated Combs (strictly up-to-date)
ever offered to the ladies of this city. All
hand finished goods.
L
Bews' Drug Store
The 'RoxaJUL Store
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
umWmen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F. . B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelatoke, B. C
before Inlying your outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business
Legal Forms
THE PLANS for good plumbing eliffcr
i.     Vnu   may   not
". but every
good   plumber   known.   OUR   PLANS
incluile    o'llv materials that   will   give
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      lasti:-..-    -.i' -! !    worki::a
^i^■»   ■
■   or lnw iin-
for every purpose are  printed we   never
and stocked by the Mall-Herald : plumbing work
-.n. cop... sold.   RMHnaM. pr,c. |   REVEISTOIE PLUMBING MD HEATING CO.
Special Summer Sale
Ladies' Coats
Ladies'    Long   Tweed   Coats,   to
Ladies' Tweed Suits
This Spring's Styles.      Sizes 34 to
36.    Ohly   a   few   to   select
$8.00
To clear at
$12 and $15
House Waists
Ladies' Washing House Waists, to
Ladies' Hose
Ladies Black Cotton Hose
8 Pr.s. for $1.00
50 Cents
Men's Boots
Regular  $4.50   and $5.50   lines  to
clear at
$2.50 Per Pair
Lad ies'Oxfords
Odd lines to clear out at a bargain .
$1.50 to $2.00
Misses' and Children's Boots
Odds and ends of stock sizes   from
10 to 2, to clear at
$1.50
c7Viillinery!  Millinery!
New Summer Felts just
arriyed by express.
A brilliant Knglish woman, Miss
Elln Bykes, was the guest of the Women's Canadian Club last Tuesday.
'Ine meting wns held iu Mrs. W. M.
Lawrence's siiaciaiiK drawing room,
and was well attended despite tha
downpour of rain tliai lasted all tho
afternoon. Mrs. Sibbald, president ol'
the club, occupied tha ohair. Miss
Sykes had been ic'tiesled some time
previously io address the elub, on the
subject   of   "Pees.ai -,     'Ihere  is
probably no one who knows more ab-,
out Persia lhan this speaker, as she
spent many years of her life with her
brother, Major Sykes, British consul-
general to Persia. She had therefore
much opportunity lo study tho i eople
mi first band. Aa a result, Miss
gyket won the medal presented by the
British Arts Society, with.a treatise
Persian ;le>mi'siie' affairs, She is also
ilie author of "Through Persia on a
Side-saddle."
i    Intli'  half-hour occupied  by  ber  re-
marks on "Persian Rugs," Miss Sykes
managed   to  convey  to  her      hearers,
minh Information     aboul  the history
manufacture,  texture and coloring   ol
these famous ami costly carpets,     n**
'well as an explanation ofthe meaning .
in the various patterns employe.i.     A
number of Interesting  details of Persian character wer,' ibrown in casually
|    .Mis-   Sykes  then  Rpo^ce  about      her
mission  io ihis country.   To begin at
the b'.'inninj,  she explained,  tlu re are
l,'5O0,0O0      more      womnn  in   England
than in 'ti    This means that ihis number o! v onv ii. at least, can met ninny
aei I must   ill 'reforo, in  the1 Case of    the
majority, supi o t themselves.   A large
pemntaire o' this  million  nnd a hnlf,
s tperfluous women, have been brought
up in   refinement  and  education.   They
a'e    tin •! lor   •■ome   iIiiiil'   better   iban
domestic service, but   there is not suf-
flcient demand  in  ihe old land forthe
supply of nurses, governesses, leachors
or even  for  ih    irany   ivoneu  graduates from  ihe several  agricultural colleges sin has  the  well-known  jnc un
di'i- the supervision of Lady Warwick.
The Colon'al  Intelligence Leaguo   was
organized t»> help these superfluous women  to positions  in the colonics, The
ut most  rare is     ta'ten  thai  no     unfit
ones are sent abroad.   T' •    nl-  must
•e.i-.s qualification  tests in all the   re-
iprirements,
; This Bpring lift.-en acres were pur ■
chased by il"- Lieague from the Coldstream ranch near Vern-in and a cent
rr is lieing established there now,
Where girls can come from the agricul
turn! schools in lhi. Inn 1 and learn
what they must of local conditions in
preparation to starting on their own
ace mnl to i lise poult j. small fmiis,
_.i den iru.k. etc. Tli" ranch is making line projic-'s already, and the necessary buildings are going up now.
Mi— Bykes was supplied with the
in'.ei niai ion she required here in regard to priees of cleared anil unclear-
I, anil whai branches of agriculture coiil.l nue't profitably be pursued
aroutnl Revelstoke. Salaries and the
e lemand for trained and edu-
aied women w.er.e also ~tat<"<I.
Mi-- Lawson played some lovely se-
i.-ti.ens during the af to, noon, and
VIcKay sang "Because" s„ beautifully ast.. demand an encore.
Mrs. Lawrence, assi-t.-.i by Mrs. Tel-
Mi . Maodonal I, served re -
freshmi
. -.i.r" the -ue-ts     io hear
more from this charming and cultured
were said -lowly and
ed for upwards ol
•>•"'"  - I   the  Cana ban   Cluh,
"Imperialism" trongly
1 !   s    a    t|,nt
^^H^^lKvkps.
w?iE?R Paints
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
Stains, Varnishes, Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or .Saskalta Range made by the
largest firm in that business in the British Empire; will givo
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look anil cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Fishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Goods, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Feed, etc.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
BBlBlBlEEBill^^
CHIC
:"
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement of this Company for tho fiscal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 31st,    1913    $45<»,U15.72
ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1912  $111,208.60
showing a net pain of $34.r>,G47.12
This remarkable gain is posi live evidence of tho convenience nnd  practicability of the C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER Ml IdJON DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at 5 DER CENT. SIMI'LE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire a Home of Your Own—If you Would Re Independent  of a Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office *•     -       J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
(MiMi«iMiKi»i»iwi«T»ri»Ti«i»i«i»iMf»«r»«iMi»iMr>«i«iiir«i«i»'i«i»i":»i«ii«iMiwi«iMiM[»iiii»iiwiira
lg]»M»|«N|»|»|Mfj
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
WE HA\iE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR SUNDAYS DINNER.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited I
glffl*I«]pnwWWIWM«|g^
UNCLE
SAiVS
FINANCES
FARMER
J+lteid CSL young A
I •   Tl "  $50,000,-
bout to
'' ional b ink    ol   the
■   h   moving Mi.-
>,i .". 1,000,
Tbo eJotlre of      tl)
■■ all    le   needed ca h  ol     ihe
I.-,      .ji   'ie'-   tgi [cultural
bi ■ i ba money
he       Crop
immunicated tc
* iifce central ett I al
,  conference  with  Secretary  McAdoo,
i v Jobn Bka'lton
•  I   by   lhe   lie-aim y      de-
; u ' menl   to n    ■■ ai ran en ts   for
the di tribution of I'he Mg mm,
while thene representative financier^,
IIre 'b from lhn marketing centres of
lhn mt'd'die itates, welcomed thc prospect of propo ed deposits the concert-
mis of opinion, It was stated, s<«mol
to be thai $IM,00O,000 would be ample
to meet the situation.
NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING  DAILY
Huntley .V 1'aimer's Nursery Biscuits, per 11)  50c
Molasses Snaps, 2 lbs.  for  J.Sc
Freeh Crisp Sodas, per pail  .'Ch;
.New Summer Cheese, per lb  2Sc
Orders Delivered to Any Tart of City.
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
WE   SELL  THEM
PREMIUM BACON
PREMIUM HAMS
COOKED HAMS
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb
and Veal, Chicken and
Kowl, Silver Leuf Lard,
P^'fchl Butter, banner
Brand Ekks.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913.
Tr
IAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREH:
aor- ■  .
FRANK RICH CO.
-AT-
EMPRESS
THEATRE
6- Nights -6
STARTING
TUESDAY,  AUG. 26
AND    INCLUDING
Labor Day, Mon., Sept. 1
iBaseball Bonefit Moiiil'y
X
Opening Bill "Wedding Bells
CHANGE    OF    PLAY    EAOH    AND    EVERY    NIGHT.
BIG   CHORUS   GIRLS'   CONTEST   FRIDAY   NIGHT
Price  -  £5,  SO,  75  cents
9?
FRANK RICH CO.
THAT  MILE-A-MINUTE
MUSICAL   COMEDY
20--People-20
BIGGEST     SHOW     ON
EARTH FOR THE PRICK
Fine Scenery Rich  Costumes
A Big* Hit Individuality
Nifty Chorus Catchy Music
ig*.   King* of Shows High Class
Riotous Laughter
m
m
-?)#-
Baseball Benefit
Labor Day
asraca&mccaiiM in1 niiMM^-.-tga^^iin^n«w:.TEga
J
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sasb ami Door Factory on 100 loot lot.
Mckenzie AVENUE   B-rcomed house on 60-loot lot      $7500 CO
1st. STREET— 6-roomed bouse on 50-foot lot -  $4000 00
2nd. STREET    S-iiiomeil bouse on 60-foot lol f300(J 00
Double house on ifi-footlot  J'"'" 0 00
6-roomed house on 50-foot lot f3000 00
5 roomed house on ?1600 00
3rd. STREET   4   lions,'- .. -  $2100 to $3400 ( 0
10-roomed house on 300-lt lot S>850	
J lots (tlu- pair).   $ SOO (Hi
2 lots (the pair)   *um 00
4th. STREET   6-roomed house, nearly new . $2200 P0
6-roomed house on SO-ft. lot. $3000 00
5 ih. St-"•i-n   3 6-roomed houses.   Kuch  $3200 00
•   house  W800 00
7th. STREET   I lots,  each       $300 00
8th. STREET   .'bets.   The pair $1600 00
6-roomed house near C.P R. Shops 5 650 00
3 Shops and rooms on McKenzie Ave    $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN. Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
lire, i.ib and Accident Insurance     Government Lnmls      Money to Loan
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES A88CCIATICN, LIMITED.
MRS. A. G. CRICK
FIRST STREET
SUMMER    GOODS
GOING    AT   COST
MRS. A. 6. CRICK.
FIRST STREFT
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Union  Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arraiiRed.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for f6.00
FD :ST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVBSQUB, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   .AX-BinRT     STOISTE]      PEOP.
Read M Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
West Salmon Ann Scbool.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Ten-
1 dei* for West Salmon Arm School,"
will be received by the Honourable
tbe Ministei of Public Works up to
Doon of Friday, the 22n.l day of of
August, 1913, ior the erection and
completion of a one-room addition to
school-house at West Salmon Arm,
in the Kamloops District.
Plans, speeilicalions, contract, and
form of ten ler may be seen on and
alter the 4th day of August, 1913, at
the oflice of Mr. S.H. Currie, Secretary School Board, West Salmon
Arm; Mr. E.T.W. Pearse, Government
Agent, Kamloops; or tlio Department
ol  Public  Works,   Victoria,   B.C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one copy
of llie drawings and specilications lor
the sum of ten dollars (*J1U) which
amount will be refunded when plans
and eencciticnlions are returned in good
order.
Bach proposal must be aocompanied
by an accepted  bank cheque or certilicate of deposit o*i a chartered bank of
Canada, made payable to the Honour- |
able  the Minister  of     Public  Works,
for n sum equal  io 10 per cent.     oi
tender, which   shall  be forfeited  if  the
party  tend rin    decline to enter   into
contract when called upon to do bo, or ,
if he fail  lo complete the work   . on-
Uaoted for.   Tbe cheques or certificates
ot deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will
be  returned   io   them  upon  the cxecu- ,
tion ol tl    coi  ract.
Ten Iers will not lie considered unless
made o'lt on the forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of th*
tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not neces'
Barily accepted.
.).  R.  GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department  of Pulili: Works,
Victoi a,  B.C.,  August 1st
l-t  issue- Aug.  6th, ."it.
WATER NOTICE
1 O .A-IRIDS 1
f3EJ3iaEfEMaEEEMSEfi3EMfaraMfi5EJ
O. B. N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
BURGESS   AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors   and  Contractors.
P. O. Box 347       Kamloops, B.O.
Branch  Office—Watson  Realty   Co.
HARVEY,
McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building  Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loaa.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   0.,     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke. Cranbrook
COURT
MT.      BEGBIE,
OF I. O. F.
No. MSI.
Meets in I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera Houso every second
and lourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON*.   Roc.-S»c.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1.  O.  O. F.
Meets every Tliurnday evening; In
Selkirk Hall at fi* o'clock. VU-tiny
■iri-thren   cordi«"v   Invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.Q.
JAS   MATHIE.  Sec.
KOOTEN'W
LODGE.  N'o.  15  A.
aud A.  M.
1S13
I, W. A. An ti,-, a.i nt lor the For-
i Mills of British Columbia, Ltd., of
Revelstoke, B. C, by o cupation a
Lumber Co. Maun er, give notice that
I int>nd on the Sth day of September
next, at eleven o'e lock in the lore noon
to apply to tbe Wa'er Commissioner,
at bli otbee at Kamloops, for a licensc
to take nnd u-e One cubic feet of wat-
er per second from Crazy Creek, a
tributary e.f  l'a :le River.
'lh" water will be used on N. I, Sec,
28, Tp. 23, It. ", W. Ceib M., B.C., for
Dome-tic purposes.
Dated this -1st day of July, 1913.
W. A. ANSTIE.
1st is-'.  July  23, one month.
>("i.Tnlar meetings are held in M,»S-
ONIO TEMPLE. Oddfellows' Hall
in the Third M.w'av in each month
At 8 p. m. Visiting brethren nr.
ordially  welcome
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
n. W   n. W.
Mountain View  ramp, No.
m.
Meets  Seeond    and      Fourth  W»dnei
days    ln  each   month  In    S«IWIrk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen  are
cordlallv Invited to attend
JAMES   McINTYRE,  C.C.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  1081
Meets     every  flrst and third Tuesday   in  Oddfe.lows   Hall.      Visiting
hrethern  cordially  Invited  to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haufr, Soe'ietary.
WATER    NOTICE.
I, W.H.S. Horobin and C. tt. Macdonald, ol Revelstoke, B.C., by occupation a Broker and Druggist, glvo
notice thnt we intend on the 19th day
WATER NOTICE.
I, W. A. AnBtie, agent tor ths Forest Mills ol Biitish Columbia, Ltd., of
Revelstoke, B. C, by occupation a
Lumber Co. Manager, give notice that 0f July, 1913, next, at cloven o'clock
i inindon thi ."itb day ol September iD the forenoon, to apply to theWat-
nsxt, at eleven o'clock in tho forenoon cr Commissioner at his office at Rev-
to apply to tbe Water Commissioner elstoke, B.C., for a licenso to take and
rt his ollice at Kamloops, B.C., for a use ono only cubic feet of water per
license to take and use Nine cubic feet second from Mountain Croek, a tribu-
ol water pcr second from Crazy Croek tary of. No tributary, flows to Col -
a tributary of Eagle River. umbla river.
Thc wnter will be used on N. J, Sec. The water will be used on Lot S.E.
28, Tp. 23, R. .', W. Oth M., B.C., for In- J  of S.E. 12,  Sec. 34, Tp. 23, R. 2, W.of
dustrlal purposes. cth M., and on W. 1. L.S. 12,  dec. 35,
I intend to apply at the same time R. 2, Tp. 23, W. of Gth M., and on W.J
for permission     to store  (12)  Twelve L.S.  12, Sec. 3!),  R. 2, W.    ol  Gth M.,
acre-feet of the said water ln a reser- (or Irrigation purposes,
voir at     Taft,  B.   C,  about 300 lest Wo intend to apply at tho same time
north of Tbe Canadian    Pacific Rail - for permission to store sufficient water
way nnd about 200 feet west ot Crttzy to feed pipo only.
Creek.
Dated this 21st day of July, 1913.
W. A.ANSTIB.
1st ias. July 23, one month.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1913.
C. R. Macdonald.
W. H. S. Horobin.
1st Us.  July 30, Codys.
We are giving away goods to
the value of from $5 to $15 every
week for the person giving us the
greatest number of coupons.'
This Week a 40=
Piece Tea Set,
valued at $8.00
ill be given. . .
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Rai ges.
MenrnMimmra
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0 0
I  Snaps  Snaps  §
1 AT= I
I McRaes l
Here arc a feu broken lots left over freem our Sale
Men's Combinations $1.00 and $1 16
Men's Shirts, reg. £1.50 75c
Men's Work Shirts 65c
Men's Oxfords.   Reg. $6.00    *3.95
Boys' Wash Suits 65c end up
:  McRae Mercantile Co. I
1 HOBBERLIN C. N. K SOCIETY BRAND 0
I THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES O
►0<KK>0<K><K>O<>O<KM>0<^
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson (3& Co., Ltd.
LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
Tbe .lei :i' ill a ImilntM hnuH I.
reflected In It. utatlonery. lt Pak
tn hare the bent thnt*. uniiit   WS
fire you the hljhe.t •iiirvttt >- at it*
nweit prioe.   Free entlmatei.
Mall.Herald
Ilectrki Nil
We nller ron upetl tervlre. Print
In our bu.lnr.K nnd our hol.lijr too.
To tie. be.t .election ot pnp*r ami
type we aihl originality amfemart.
new i.t ilMlgn ami rapid d.llr.rjp. PAGE FOUR
HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913-
This is Fishing Headquarters
" If it is used for fishing we have it."    We can   tell   you  the best
spots to visit.    COME   IN   TO-DAY and look over our Fishing
Stock.
FISHING RODS    Bamboo. Cane. Steel.
FISHING LINES -Flax, Linen, Silk.
Spoons. Baits, Flies and Hooks.
Gaffs. Landing Nets. Baskets.
Leaders, Fly Books, Scales.
Sportsmen's Headquarters.
PLUMBINCHEATINGJINSMITHING
era lb
■I W   AND
CANADA'S BEST
Jntert'
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 20, 1913.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
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Capital Authored - 10.000,000.00
Capital Paid Up 6,952,00v,.00
Reserve and Undivided Profits      8 100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interesl   allowed at
current lute from date of deposit.   Correspondence si'Iui ted.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SHOP IN CUMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,   -   I'SSil&fig.To.
•^"%^-%^-%%%*%^%^^^*%%*%^%^%*%*%*%^^e>*%%'*%^/Vt>% *sv*»
..Diamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
\   At J. Guy Barber1s
Expert Watch Repairing
The Prize List and Program for the
11018 Fall Fair ami Exhibition, to he
held in Kevelstoke September 16th,
nth and ISth, d copy of which is now
before us, contains many features of
general interest.
The Prlre last, occupies of itself
some 20 closely printed pages, and
cott'ists ot no less than twelve distinct cluRSi'S  of  exhibits.
Section A is devoted to Poultry and
Pet Stoe'k, an 1 provides for thirt en
valuable tropheysf under the -hendinu of
Specials, whilst the general list covers
the fifteen types of Poultry and Pet ,
Stock, with innumerable classes and j
subdivisions. This department is hand
led exclusively by the local association
bin entry feinns ami all informal.on
ean be secured from R.M. Smythe the
secretary ol the Kevelstoke Poultry &
pel Sio*k Association, or from Mr. T.
E.L. Taylor, general secretury of the
Fall Pair and Exhil it ion.
Sections B.C.D., are entirely occupied with Apples, Ve-reta'1'S, Fi dd and
Dairy produce. Under the letter F.,
is the home rooking anl preserves section, where ihe thrifty, capable housewives of Reveistoie an.l district will
t.n,l in my Items of e-jic.ial interest tei
ilii'in. Manufactures ai*' grouped undei alphabet iml x 11. followed by I.
Floral. J. paintings, drawings, ele.,
K. Lo ework and Embroidery, and L.
Livestock, in the order named.
In both departments J. and K. pro-
Ivisions are made for young exhibitors
lhe school section nnd classes for work
done by children I n ler twelve year- .
comprising a Series of competitions designed to I _' out   ilie best efforts of
tiie  youth  ol  Revelstoke in a  friendly,
Lrtistic rivalry.
The' pro r.imme app a s to lie very
pl e nly and concisely weirded, and proceeding euch section the condition!* of
competition are clearly -tout f..: all
who read te. learn, and ihe- _ nia   3
Mi   T E I.. Taylor, will
too  pleas -.1  t.e  si n, I a    ..  y   . ,1  t  .• li t
i arty,     on   re ,ue-et
also be obtain ■■'. Intending  com-
:   ■       omplete theii
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En 04 > Sat
IN  USE 40 \t.i RS '
GOOD THEN    BEntR NHW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Susceptibility oi Touch, Beauty of Finish, Workmanship and Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control cnntnini ."!' tin
latest improvements and devices Thei
ire perfect in tone, artistic in de>.i£ii
and capable of Riving life-long service.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
The very best material and the best
skill that monev can secure are etn
ployed in their construction.
McKenzie Ave., Revelsloke,   II. C.
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Phone. 262
Ji Forccable   Argument
is o ten m'l d« el tn p mi rl into R
fell \\ wh il I.e e, iijlii I,, km iv.
liv foic4 ol habit ve c'litinu-
onsiv e\'.e 1 the merits nnd advantages of
THE COJIL
we setl. All Conl be.iti', but
some imi its In tlei biai ,, ives ■ .:t
mure beat than others '.: '.« the
"bea! that counts" and yon •■■■ l
it ill tlle coal Irom
Coursier
Thc Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE Ub
Fojcs
Dahiias
Sweet Fcas
Potted f lants
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
\
Colin Campbell Here
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W. H. POTTRL'FF. Prop.
J. P. SUTHERLAND |
Transfer     Dra\'ing
Hand'ing Pianos a Specialty
t 'hone 42   -    Nitrht Pbone 85
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL SIZE
BRIQUETTES
We have over 600 tons of the above coal on hand anil can uiiaraiilee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay in your winter's fuel. Uon't
delay.    See us for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBAM), Pkus.
J. D. SIBBALD, JR., SKC.
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Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B.C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at tbe
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and j;et particulars, and Ket in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer Ko. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
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PROMPTLY
WHEN PROMISED
you will Hud our delivery wa?on  at
your   door   with   the   groceries   vou
order. And such good groceries,
loo ' 1! yoli judged ibiin solely by
price yi n would nnl believe sn much
quality could be h.i ! for so little
money. So come innl judge the
groceries llietnselve).
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
Look!/    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2x4   2x6    $13
No.    I   2x8    $19
No.    I   2x10   2x12    $20
We are overstocked iu No. 2 and No. I Cedat
el ineiisioii and ofler above   prices  as   long   as
ni.Ucrid) lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
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AGENTS "WANTED
TO   SELL   OUR   FAMOUS
"RED TAG TREES"
LIBERAL   COMMISSION
AND   GOOD   TERRITORY
Writb Ar Oncu por Pui.i, Particulars to
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES, LIMITED
T. il. DROSTBi Skrbtarv
BOX 834 ALDERGROVE.   B.C.
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All The Good Qualities
that can be crammed Into fanltlen tailoring will find
their way into ymir Suit or Overcoat or anvthing M
order here
It's our plan tO please our customers—tO give all we
can    to tike as little as we can afford.
Take advantage of every advantage,    Honl ttnongthe
biggest  variety  of the  most  fashionable   fabrics   and
pay not a cent more than you ought.
THESE CONDITIONS RULE HERE.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
RF.\ KI.HTOKE.
■e    Will     IfflV
aii'l
ir.m   I.n   Ports Ica ,n^
day  mfirnini?.
Tha *        '   '■■ ,000 ■■•
t|   |K'r B«n I     < * 11 y   „f      '.„,., ,,uvie,   eon
-'.lidateil   hn-      bean  fully    nl.--
.•!<•' 'nlinK to an snnouneMnanl in   '(ee.
I I Til''     i-    ll-'     WMK     (elu   'll     e,n       Ihf
■ ntii vnt.  at   '•'■     'nh'r   ('nnailuin    .    II
ni«i ofTirmlly HaMd ati    Oity of Porl
, rrm
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PRICK    b LB. IRON, $^.90
A  G.  DUCK
free
Killed at Sicamous
\ , ,ii ie r n lined Cale, re 'nlm : on
hii farm a ^hort dl UnCe from Hica-
mepiH, waa killeil by being run over hy
a train Inst Hatmday ni|fht. Thn ua-
ioctiiniite   mnn met   his     trni/i':   end a
GILLETTS  LYE
EATS DIRT
LADIES' AND GENTS
TAILOR
ADVERTISER   OF   FACTS
r\rtbur,£*U6,700 r, p.-r mt, dohentures    bon dl tance fmm the bridge at Hien    f
Cl<>" "a'h. t'iiy >rf Victoria, .scripfully   mous,   It Is reported that. Coroner Dr
paM, E4§M?^of  tj  ter  i-ni   conflol
•Intml   nto k
Hamilton   will bolil mm   ini|iieRt   on   the
We solicit a share of your patronage
Special attention given to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened
a shop in the .   .
IOEALP0OLR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HAOK
Shiiohm
The   fimlly   remedy   for   Couihs   and CoMa
Shlloh cosu  is  little   aod decs   so much I'
1 ■WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST QO, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE PIVH
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Dopart.Ti^i on Sc;)iJ Floor.
velstoke's Department Store
C. £. ftume $ Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Boys' Wash Suits
School opens on August 25th. Some of the pretty little
Wash BUits for hoys, and Dresses for girls mi;;ht interest
you.   They are on sale in tho Dry Goods Department.
Dresses
A Table of these   Jute Litt.e  French  and  German dressed
nt   each    9fJc.
Womens' Wash Dresses
A Clearance of all Women's Wash drosses and Summer
Suite   nt   HALF   PRICE !
 $	
Swiss Embroideries
A new lot of Swi>'s Embroideries came io hand this
week 'hat Bhould have been here in April. You reap the
b nofil   as  we have to slaughter  them:
A Table of Embroideries at  10e.
A Table of Embroideries at  ...15c.
A T.ihl.e oi Embroideries   at  35c.
A Table of Embroideries  at  85e.
I Rain Coats |
£
£
£
£
ef5*^-
Another shipment of
the famous Mandle-
berg English Ladies
Rain Coats just to
hand in time for the
Fall showers.
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Children's Rompers
Ask for thnt Extra Good Romper for Children from One
to Eight years old. Made of Extra strong "British
Made" Galateas   and  Denims.   Perfect Wash  Goods.„65fl
Underwear
New Fall  Underwear for Ladies and      Children,     in the
"Nun  Nellie'''   Union Goods.       August  Price 35c 'o   $1
Ladies' Suits
Ladies  Tailor-Made  Suits  for  Fall.   Come  in  and  talk
this prooosition over    NEW  CLOTHS—NEW  MODELS.
Old Country Goods
Old Country Goods coming in Dalfy—Oalicos, Ginghams, Semes, Flannels, Wools, Yarns, Flannelettes, Dress
Materials,   Blankets  and Carpets.
Ladies' Fall Coats
Some of the Advance Styles of Ladies New Fall Coats
are in. They are interesting. The New Low Belt anl Balkan Effee'ls arc very effective. Look them over when in the
Store, it will be Rell worth your while.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.   SHOE DEPARTMENT
SHIRT BARGAINS
Over One Hundred Men's Fine Shirts in choice
patterns will be put on the table for Friday and
Saturday only. Choice weaves and nobby patterns. Everyone is a W. G. £&> R. Coat Shirt.
Don't let this one get by you. You can't afford
to miss them. All sizes, from 14 1-2, to 17. For
two days only the price will be	
85c Each
20th CENTURY BRAND
CLOTHING
The new fall special measure samples
are just to hand. Over six hundred of
the newest fabrics to choose from and
your fit absolutely guaranteed. Let us
show you the best finished and best
wearing Clothing on the Canadian
market.
2Oth CENTURY BRAND
CLOTHING
HAT SNAPS
Soft Hats in grey, brown and green
shades. Just the thing for Early Fall
wear. Every one is a Christy and
bears their label. This opportunity
will last for a few days only. Don't
miss it. The price for those days will
be 	
$1.20 Each
Oun Grocery and Crockery Department
PRESERVING  FRUITS,   VEGETABLES
We have preserving apricots coming in every
morning from the Okanagan. Leave] your
order early.
Fresh raspberies from the ranche.
Plums and peaches, wator melons, canti-
lotipes, ripe tomatoes and cucumbers, vegetable marrows, new carrots, beets, cabbage
and turnips. The best assortment of fresh
fruit and vegetables in town.
TO  THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE
Why waste your time and energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our Grocery department and watch us do !t
with our V. B. P. Meat Slicer. It saves you time and worry and ensures satisfaction to your self and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it. thin, medium or thick.
Try our Cooked Ham.   Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premium Bacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste. Tell
us how you like it and we do the rest.
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THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 60 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $2.25.
&t. iti rfi iti ift iTi i'tn.'tt iTi tTtili iit tti tti tt^itt it-tit*&±±X± ittiXi lTx ii* iit tti iti iti '^i it*. •*•: ."t. ."tr. ■•!•. .*. ■•*•■
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IMPROVED   GEM   SEALERS   BEST   ON    EARTH        #
PINTS, QUARTS AND HALF GALLONS %
-JELLY   -GLASSES
.■■K .-fr. .**♦*. ."f A .*fr» ■♦> ■*■ .'t. A A .*. At.+. ■♦rn A fit ifi i'ii tti ift if i ift ifi ifi if i if a if i if i ii'i if i if i if i if ■ ■**■ ■+■ 4
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House   Furnishing   Department
Big Shipment  of  Old  Country  Carpets,   Curtains,   Rugs,
Mats,     Draperies,   Couch   Covers,    Steamer    Rugs,    Etc.
SLAUGHTER PRICE ON WALL PAPERS.
NEW SORTING PATTERNS. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1913.
PORTANT
STATEMENT
TO   THE   PUBLIC
In order that there ma\ be n>> questions reused later on, we wish to
uucethat no person connected nitli our store or member of their
families, will be allowed one piano  vote.     We positively  will  not
sell these votes.    One single vote'cannot  In- purchased  from   us at
ee,,.   We are going to give the beautiful  $400  Upton  Parlor
I Piano now on  exhibition at our store to the person presenting
the greatest   number of Piano  Votes on  December _'7tli, next,
ABSOLUTELY FREE.
For every cent of your purchase of anything in our store, vou are
entitled to one Piano Vote.
Yours faithfully,
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
PUBLISHERS MEET
AT PENTICTON
Third Annual Convention   of  the
Okanagan  Printers'
Guild.
RAILWAY OFFICIAL TALKS
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
■ are still a few | eople who don't
know what a sal ll's Bread
and   New  Zealand Butter make	
^
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 203
GROCER Sc BAKFR
Phone No. 23
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SPECIAL,
Edison Records
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Blue Amberol
and Concert
HEAR   THE      STARS"
Harry Lauder
Cal Stewart
Will Oakland
Ada Jones
eJTHary Carson
Golden & Hughes
^
At Bingham's Music Store   j
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Excellent Advice From the Press
Representative cf the C. P. R.,
Who Advocates Diversified
Farming The Members of the
Guild Entertained in Royal
Style by the Penticton Board oi"
Trade.
Tho third annual convention ol the
Okanagan Prinurs' Guild, representing
in its membership the publishers uf the
Okanagan and Siinilkameen districts),
waa hold at 1'enlicum last Friday Aug
Sth, There was a full attendance, the!
(ollowing being present: 11.M. Walker,
secretary, Enderby; H. Mohr, Armstrong; Louis J. ball, chairman,Ver-
i on: J. Leathley aiiel r.i.;. Hose, Kelowna; Ralph El. While', Bummerland;
.1. D. Tompkins, Penticton, and A. :
Megraw, Hedley.
Morning and afternoon sessions were
beld, and many | o'nis of interest to
the members were brought up aud dis-
■ ussed, and much valuable information
acquired as a result of the exchange
of i.leas and methods in connection
with Uie printing and publishing business.
During th' atternoon, iMr. F. E.
Tiautinaii, press representative ot thj
Canadian Pacific Uailway Company,
was invited to be present, and spoke
to the members in a very interesting
manner, and as Mr. Trautman hael
lie'i'ii a publisher for some years, his
remarks were much appreciated.
In the evening the delegates were
treated to an automobile ride bj representatives uf the Penticton Hoard ol
Tra le, an 1 i a number of those in attendance bad not previously seen tho
development in and ahout this promis
ing Bection of the Okanagan, the scene
was a revelation and called forth man;
enthusiastic  remarks.
Later on  a  banquet  was tendered  tei
thc del igates  by  the sain.'  body,  and
thirty sat  down to an e> eption-
ally   nu,'  dinni     In the  Incola hotel, a
hostelry of  which  Penticton   may   well
fe  1 proud, as il  is no doubl one of the
I  I       ■       nterior of the prov-
if. ■■    n.l  i    ideallj    ituuted on     the
Bouth rn slior-'e,:* Okanagan  lake with
. i .■.   foi   mlh s which   ,vould  ;>e hard
to beat. The chairman of the Penticton
B  at    of   ri   .1 .   Mr.   K.W.   Mutch,    in
■ •       ■ o hear
ty n '■ . era  oi     the
Guild, dwell! [ the
papers  oi   he     dley,  and  commended
the ha       i I      tood-i '■■'■■ w h:;e
iveB I        .1
an |  rhe hope that
lines
8 so that  v.'.
a   tn . .   e.'sn ra-
.ou .'     and
times   appar-
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■ whole
fl  WHAT YHS  Q
FARMER.
CA«e| DO WITH
CONCRETE
n
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ft Ly-
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or a farmer's silo,
nty   road,   or  a
railroad bridge,
Canada Portend cement
can be depended upon to make concrete that will last for gen-
eralicn;;.—There is only one grade—the best that science and skill can maie.
The label on every bag is your guarantee
of satisfaction.
Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal
There is a Canada Central dealer in your neighborhood—Ifyou do not know bim, ast tu fot his num:-.
ffl
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^33fc«~-^SIXTH   ANN I
FALL EXHIBITION
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
H>
«gi   Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday. Sept. 16-17-18   ^
$5,GOO IN PRIZES   &
c/4g*ricultural and Fruit Exhibits.
Live  Stock  and Poultry. Home cTVlade Cooking and Preserves.
cJTWanufacturer's Exhibits. Ladies* Work.
THREE DAYS GOOD HORSE RACING
And Special Attractions.
»
Special Railway Rates.   One-and-One-Third Fare for the Round Trip
to the Revelstoke Exhibition.
J
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,000
S5   BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A QENERAL HANKIMQ I'e'  "INESB T*»»N8ACTr 0
CIRCULAR LETTERS 01   CREDI1
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES
BANK  MONEY  ORDhFS
Issued
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed nt high«6t current rate
Revelatoke Branch W   H   PRATT. Manager
Central Hotel
Abrahamson  Bros.
Props.
First-Claw in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Laughton CB, Tapping, Props.
First Street, Kevelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
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and -i* .  Mr.
Trautm m  ,: o   I ited    ..i> the C.P R
(Tare doing all in  t.hnir  power  to  mwit
transportation  rtqoiremtati;  ien<
jeated ire  tbe  Fioanl tha uvea-
i|,»i.' e,ne|  trace      l<n>tneittH to     *»,•
wh'Mi'T   nny   ftfl    ll ll I ■■• I   tin 1.     •.,,
be offered, mob M reduced fraighi rates
MUSIC   BY   CITV   BAND
See   the Special Prizes  for   Fruit   and
Vegetables from Surrounding Districts.
$>
A. McRAE.
President.
F. B. WELLS,
Treasurer.
T. E. L. TAYLOR.
Secretary.
. . It Miqht Be Hot . .
BTJT
[t is alwaya fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs.
: iral hot medicinal waters are the most wonder-
ealth restorer on the Continent Ourjrecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified hy 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 quests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
(Continned on i'ae« 7.)
oJFrx^jtfCpJra
ulcVly nt
he throat ..:
Iuui:..
tt-   I    ler lie   ;
i.i   e-e'l.T,     |
The Kevelstoke 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.
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly an you are
at this restaurant. And the service ia
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We are
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in
and try our hill of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are ahsolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G. Tiiiakihon Manager. "WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST *20', 191.3.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE   SEVEN
Revelstoke
Fall   Fair
Owing to the abnormal
pressure on our space
we aro compelled to
omit the continuation
of the Program and
Prize List. See our
next issue.
Have You  Seen
the Piano ?
Count the Circles
BIG
PUZZLE
CONTEST
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AT PENHCII
(Continued from Fage 6)
are secured by the consumer or the
middle nmn. More direct connection
between the grower and consumer wus
what waE required,ami he  was  suru   a
more reasonable price to the consumer would result in a much larger <juan
tity of fruit being used. The speaker
spoke In glowing terms of the Okanagan as to climate nnd productiveness,
nnd predicted a great future for those
who were fortunate enough to he located here. Mr. Trautman also commended the action of the Board in
the reception tendered the newspapermen, who, he said, would return to
their various towns with a better idea
of Penticton. nnd pleasant recollections of the business men.   He also of-
'fered his services should the hoard or
citizens hnve occasion to make application to   the  C.P.R.  for  any  conces-
' sions or adjustments.
The Inst speaker of the evening was
A.H. Wade, one of the pioneer residents of Penticton, who spoke very in-
te'iesi.ingly of ihi» early days—the' days
of cattle ranching and jjrain—and his
description of the lack of   t r.iv'nrta-
i tion and other facilities impressed the
gathering with the rapid and extensive
development of the Okanagan during
recent years.   Thc fact that Mr. Wade
[though no lom-jcr actively engaged iu
business, still resides at Penticton,
shows his faith in  (he Okanaunn, and
! Penticton in particular.
On Saturday Mr. Trautman slopped
I over at Kelowna and in compauy with
L.J. Ball, was shown over the developed section-* around Kelowna by Dr.
Gaddes, the various benches and valleys presenting! an appearanoe which
must he seen to be appreciated, Kelow
na is very fortunate in having among
iis business men one who is as progressive and energetic as Dr. Qaddes,
as a very large portion ofthe develop
1 ment around Kclowna it the direct result of the efforts of Dr. Gaddes   and
ihis associa'"-'. among whom may   be
i mentioned Major Jones, nlso a 'live
I wire."
The following day Mr. Trautman
was taken for a -'pin between trains
through part of the Coldstream dis-
trict, and he expressed regret that he
could not nt ihis dnt" stop over, but
hopes to  agnin  visit the  distriet      in
; September when he will be able to
spend more timeal  each of tho points
jthroughout the Okanagan.
G\
Lawrence Hardware Oo.
Gives It Away.
Must You Be Bald?
What have you done to stop your
hair from falling? Have you tried
Rexall "93" HalrTonic? Ilnot, we
want you to try It at our risk.
If you have dandruff; if your hair
is fulling out ami your sculp is uot
glased and shiny, if you use Koxidl
"03" II.iir Tonic iirrordiug t<> directing fur thirty days, and at the end
of that time you uru not thoroughly
I :i:i-li el wiih the remit! and will till
Ul se, we will inuiii elieitrly hand buck
ir money. Wo won't usk you to
;: imise anything. We won't even
1, 1 '.Men you. We will take your
:.. re word uud return your money.
Doosn't  it  stand   to reason  thut
II \,:'l "93" Hair Tonic must bc a
mighty good remedy and have given
groat lauafaotlon to our customers if
we endorse it like thia? We know of
no similar remedy thai is ns good. It
ll boeaUM of what Itexull "UT' Hnir
Tonic Iuu? el. 1 hm for others that wo
back it with our own money.
Why suffer 9calp and hair trouble
or bc bald, when Kexall "93" Hnir
J'eenio will remove dandruff, mnko
your s^jilp comfortable and healthy,
promote liair growth and tend to
prevent baldttOM — when we will
pay fur the treatment should it fail
lo please you?
We d'in't obligate you to anything. Vein simply buy tho treatment; use it, and if not pleased,
come buck tons empty-hiinded — aud
we will hand back what you paid us.
Two sines, 5Uo and $1.00 a bottle.
Vou can buy Rexall "98" Hair Tonio
in this community only at our storo:
WALTER BEWS.
llrvrl.lokr Hrltish Columbin
Th. HvtUfU, Store
Tbera Is » Rexall Store in nearly every town
sod oity in tbe United t)Ute>, Oaniulu end
(Irr.t Britain. There Is e different Uriel!
Itrmedy tor nearly every ordinary huissn ill —
eaoh especially deafened (or the particular HI
for which U ia recommended.
The Retail Mares ere America's Urea '*
Drag stores
Sj   ®^®&®*&i®
te
Attracts
ey-Oxford
aaam To Tlie Kitchen
THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a large following cf fashionable cocks who dip into the culinary
art simply for the pleasure they derive from
trying dainty recipes previously not attempted.
They are ail most enthusiastic supporters cf the
Gun:.ey-0::ford because it contains many exclusive devices that maize a perfect cocking equipment.
Its oven is evenly heated fo every corner to insure deliriously
dainty cakes, gol Jen brown biscuits, and light flaky pastry. A
special Divided Flue carries thc heat to every hole cn lhc range.
Thetopisperfectlysmocthchdc:car.,rcquiriagr.oblack!eadpolish.
But most important iz the Economizer. It is a email lever that
moves around a series cf si:: notches giving the exact degree of
heat required for any particular dish. The heat cf the range
can bc shut off and the kitchen kept cooi between meals by
turning the lever to a certain number.
s
The fire is held at a low ebb
on a special Reversible Grate
until a baking oven is required.
Then the neceseary heat can
be obtained quickly by simply
turning the Economizer lever
toanothernotch.
Such control as this
enables many smart
women to invent
some very tempting
dishes which they set
triumphantly before
their friends. It will
pay you to investigate the Gurney-
Oxford.
CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE "STOVES AND RANGES"
REVELSTOKE   HARDWARE
COMPANY,   LTD.
C3
£3
l£2>
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QUAKER   GIRLS <f»        <f»        -#        f>        «$> FRANK  RjICH  CO. PAGE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 20,  1913.
LOCAL anil GENERAL
OFFICER 666
SEPT. 15th
R. Chesterfield of Vernon, was in
'town the end of last we>'k.
W. Arm.-tronj of Van ouver, was
noticed hereon Saturday last.
Di*. J. Barry of Oaigary, was a guest
at the King Edward Inst week-end.
Mrs. W. Dobson of Calgary, and G.
I     ison of  Vancouver, are in ihe city.
Geo. Henderson of Kaslo, wa^ trans-
■nj business here the    end of     last
v,. >k.
[.W.A, Flanagan of Victoria and K.
Batterill ot" Calgary, spent Sunday in
t
W. V. Godinnar and W.H. Johns of
Nelson,  came in on Saturday's    south
t ......
tennis tournament  open at teu
,    . this m irning with handicapped
t-    ■ e-.
John Wilkes oi London, Bng., stop-
] iver in K>" elsto ' on hi-' way
w n Satut* laj
Mrs. Eel. Trimb s and i hildren, are
l coast  cities lol" a    loiiple-
i ■ holiday.
T.J. Taugh ami wii'.' of Calgary are
i  .  .u_-  tie'  mnny  guests   at  the' King
i    week.
H.B.  Walkem ol er,  and  E.
J-:. Dickerson ot Seattle, wei iere the
i       part of tie.:- week.
Mr. Hepburn and Mr. Tolmnche, of
Kamloops, are iimou; lie players at
tiu  lennls  tourn inn ni
Mrs.  C.  Ho   •;      : ... I oys,
iv . Mi Pearl Hobinsuu,returned on
Mi     aj   from a  weel; at  St.  Leou.
M Doi oth , i .., I-j .; Gdd n. is
; i Mrs, Mis   . lamb-
I      la •   foi   tb    ti m is.
Mrs. Alleotl ol Toi into, has been
visiting witli Mrs. Walter Bell at. Hevelstoke during  the past  thtve weeks.
ra Kenny and Simpson, proprietors of the -hi: at 14-mile,
<eme    up     the river ln their gasoline
. on Tuesday.
Mr. and Mi . R.J.  Russell of Medi -
Hai   au i   M:..mi  Mrs. H.S. Wil-
on, 0 been here
few day-.
.  :  and family
br, H.J.   Mi Sorley, wbo
ndlnjj a five weeks' visit
turned  u,  their home
laklan !. Cal., on Ti es i.e.   lust.
' ' •   San
*-'"».
Ladled      Aid of  the  Metho-diBt
.el I   their lawn -,.eiul and
i      of home cooking  on the     ■ liur.h
T    *    ay,   Au_    *_'l.-*.   afternoon an-1 evening.   Admission , wuing
10 i *       Bai •:    in   ,11,'ndauc.
otninent New   Yorkers
a.i   o;
The  i'arty  i •  ot W.
W. W.J. Kobe
.:iion
.
; t  ktu *
at    lot
th*  : o.,     We*ten    iei in
tO- ;      hi-
big  compel it  the
.
in.  Sept. -''.ii.   Thii..... ., .
Co.   ti.it  ',vu
a  :.: ich
from tit theatre.
Ladi?      al a..
... .jt     .n Mat
i
ro alike.—
at.ii.- ,    :,      .*    ■
ate    stock
in B.C.    I.mil',    wh    • irom
.nnot  be   disappoint, i   Alien  they
ba  e   *h"ir su.'     r  lOBf I IJ    -oal
th us.   VV- im bent
i. r fiom Paris  .n   ttrg<   ot  thia
or coat
to., fancy ior u.  tomake.   Cie-sman ft
Co.  ti.e  Leading  Lul. m!   Men's
Ta.,ors.
The Mi Have ^ua-
]    ..-    f   'he   t'bildi a   ol    Miry, which
v i    ake , ila • in 8t. Fraseia Hail oa
Septeim-ei vb. will be one of the t>.-at
in* t il'iii, nts whih Rov, I ink- has
f. i.t  ■  led       Mi.  Meltuyc.     long
kiowi, fci hi- iplendid Interpretation
of Di Iitiminond's French Habitant
cam a ''T8, the Folkloie oi old Quelwc
has touiad England. Canada >ni thn
United State., anl never failed to pro-
vi le amusement.        Miss
L' j Wcbling has had a long and en -
viai'li' rareei, leaving r mm ted lhe role
of "Little I,ord Fauntleroy" .,t the age
of eigle*. and played ii B40 times at
T«try'i theatre, London. She is re-
m»rr,!e'Ml ".'er, rsosntlj for her beatt-
tifil conetptton of "Mlml" in Dickons
'•Ta " of Two rulne."
"Officer OGG," the play that has
heen written and talked about more
than any Other theatrical production
launched in the amusement field iu
many years, will be presented at 6the
Empress  theatre,  Sept.  15th.
The piece, by Augustin MacHugh, is
full of extraordinary surprises aud
clean cut fun that keeps its audience in
a constantly cxpectunt attitude, and
almost continuous laughter. It, is, in
fact, a melodramatic farce quite out
of the ordinary, .,nd furnishes more
thrills and tenso moments than one
cm realize as emanating from a single
evening's entertainment.
11 is a clean play presented by an
admirable company of comedians and
comediennes, and played with a rapidity lhat threatens to break the speed
limit, and it is filled to tho brim with
logical tricks and swiftly moving surprises that keep the interest of the auditor at concert pitch throughout Its
enactment. In short, it is a charming
farce, charmingly presented and as full
of laughs as the small buy is of ice
cream, after coming home from a
church  festival
"The Federal Spy," great two reel
drama, Pathos Weekly, showing all tho
world's events in motion pictures,
Mutt and Jeff, and a good comedy, at
the Star theatre, Tonight and Thursday night.
At the Trueman Studio, all portraits are high grade and guaranteed.
—A. Douglas Tourrvei-.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
*   Aug. 26th, oue week, the Frnnk Rich
Co., Western, at tho Empress theatre.
Two heads aro better than one, con
alder the barrel. You may "tie" Oour
sier's coal, but you can't beat it.
The Trueman Studio is the house
for high class finish for amateur work
all prints with white borders.
CORPORATION    OF THE CITV
REVELSTOKE.
OF
SOCIAL nnd PERSONAL
Mr. and Mrs
staying  at thi
Spragg  of  Golden  aro
Revelsloke..
Miss Blaokhoi'g     returns     lo Albert
Canyon to teach next  term.
Mr.   Reginald  Dem'sLr  of  Rossland
s the  guest of  Mrs.   J.I).   Sibbald,
Mr. G.S. McCavtor returned Monday
evening from a brief business trip   to
he coast.
The Federal Spy and Pathes Weekly
Tonight and Thursday night at the
Slar theatre.
I'ublic  Notice Is   hereby   given lo   the'
lectors of the Municipality of   Revel -
stoke that I require lhe presence of the
All Old Country people and others, j electors of Ward Three of the City of
read  CB.  Hume & Co.'s big display irD„„ , l«i,      +   , i     nn.    i-n   .,,•   nm  , I
nd on page five. Rovelstoke, at   the Cty Clerks office, I    M„  RlZ,  Crawford lias been ooulin-
City Hull,  McKenzie Avenue,    in    tho  6d to the houso for the last month by
Coursier has contracted for a.  largo  said city ou Tuesday the 2<ith day   of   continued ill-health,
supply ot* coal and can supply yourre-  August) m3. at  the houl.  0f l3  ll0llU '
quirements for fall  and
the best in the murket,
winter with
Come and see the High Grade Furniture being s'old at the Residence of
Mr.   J. Lee, McKon/ie Avenue.
Miss May  Manning went lo thc Wiu-
for tho purpose of nominating persons  Qermere vnlley on Monday morning Ior
to  represent  them    in    the  Municipal  u twoweeks'  holiday.
Sept.  Ist, Labor Day, speeial attrac   Council, Ward Three,
tion uuder auspices of baseball     club.      Th(,    mod(. u[ uom'natiou of   candi
The Frank Rick Co.,  Western at   the
it is  all   very  well to stand on your  Empress theatre.
dignity    but  see that  you   don't  have, "- -.."'.— »..»»    •■« .    M„  ,,-„,,,.,, and Mls| piei.ce Q,  Kam
cold  feet.   If  you desire comfort      and      The M.Raye concert Co. will appear   iu  writing.   The writing shall be sub-  iQ arrived  on the noon  train
satisfaction  use  Coursier's  Coal. in St. Francis HaU under the auspices  Sl.nibed by      two voters of  tbe  Mttni.-i-   compete in the tennis games.
of Children of Mary, on Sept. Sth. ,. , ,„ ,
The biggest and best attraction    of, pality as proposer aud seconder,    and      lMl, (.ol,duI1  ,,nlsons of ,,oUkinp     .„
the season,  Billy  S.  Clifford,    at   the]    Revelstoke's home of art—Tho True- shall bo delivered to the returning ot-  lvn,,wiag acquaintance in town and ul-
Empresstheatre  Monday.   Aug.   2oth.—  man      Studio.   Call and  seo us,   when'ficer at any   time between  the dato oi  so playing in thc tournament.
yonr     seats    at  once,  ring up   discussi'ig   portraits.   Prices   to     suit   ihis  notiee and    *J p.m. on   lhe   day o>
Secure
dates shall be us follows:
Tho candidates shall     be nominated
Mr. and Mrs.  MoQuarrie,    returned
Monday   frnin   their   holidays of      Iwo
weeks  at  Vancouver.
to
EEJ^[i:BJsrari5JajaEjaj'arifcL:3-£e^3:^e-1
..    Phone No. 3.
all.
SALES and WANTS   j ft£yy pj*j*-j
a Ilk. Line   ::   Mir.imum 25c &
*i^*SEis/^cMieiMa^^"'i'[^£jii'ais.,3ja • -j
FOR SALE—A Set of Six Oak Dining Room Chair-, upholstered in
Leaihr. Apply to No. GO, Fifth
Street. 2t.
INTERESTING
ViSiTuK iS
B.LY0RKE.H
WANTED—Smythe's Employment Oi -
tee, nun for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Otlico, First street, Revelstoke, B.C.
WANTED—Young Lady School Teachers     as     boarders    for a home-like
. rdin    h iuse, centrally   located.—
Parties wanting board apply to Box
914,  Revelstoke, B.C.
' nomination, and in   the  event  of a poll
s being neeessary such  poll  shall  be oped on Friday, the -'.'ill  August in    the
Ciiy Clerk's  office  in the City  of Revelstoko, and     kept open   between the'
hours of D in bhe forenoon and 7   in
the afternoon for inking and recording
hevotes of  the electors of  Ward Three,
-aid  Ciiy, of which  every    person is hereby  required  io take   uot.e ,■
ami   govern   themselves  accordingly.
The   person-   qualified   le, be  iieillimat-
ed for and  eleoted as  Aldermen    shall
be  such  persons as arc   male      llritisli
subjeols ofthe full age of H  years an I  stole
arenot disqualified under auy lawanl
have lieen   for six months next  preoeed
FOR RENT—Advertiser has two nice
furnished rooms for cent, in quiet
ho ue, close in, well heated, suitably
feei . n e ii. Write Advertiser, p.
0. B,,x 914,  Revelstoke. 2t.
The Frank Rich Company last uight Among   recent  interesting  visitors to
lived   up lo   lho   reputation  that     pie- Revelstoke,     Was     Mr.   B.   L.     Vorke.
ceded them.     •Wedding Bells''      rang Comptroller of the Grazing Lands aud
out sure and line, and liiobig audience Timber Branch of the Dominion gov -
that    packed  the Grand  to the doors, ernmeni
answered the summons  valiantly. Man Interviewed at  the King Edwardho-
uger Lucas has made good his prom- tel by  a     Mail-Herald representative,  ine i he day  of nomination the register-
ise that every succeeding show   would Mr. Yorke Informed us that ihere was ed owner in  the land registry otlice oi
top   the  preceding    one.        '•' Wedding no especial significance attached io his   land or real properly in the city of tha
Belis" wusall  that  its name implies, present trip, he was visiting iho .lillcr-  assessed  value dn the last     municipal
and a little bit   more.   Number      after ent agencies, and had    already     been  assessment roll of  8600  or   moro    over
number followed each other in such a some live weeks (,n thetour since. leaV-  and above auy  registered judgment or
kalidioscope fashion,  ihat the eye was ing  Ottawa.   His  department  handle-  charge, and who are otherwise qualified   ovenin
da/./le'd  with the   rife of  colors. Beulah tho timber and  grazing  of all  Domin-  as Municipal voters.                                   Field,
Mr. McFarlauo, who went, lo Golden
for ihe' week-end, was obliged to     remain over Monday  being detained    by
bemud-sl'tde at Field.
Miss Gladys Urquhart baa accepted
the school at Rogers Pass for the com
ing Beason, and  leaves   lho end  ofthis
Mill  for her  new duiics.
.tli. and Mrs, Dempster, accompanied hy their son and ihe iwo .\lissis
tDempstor, arrived from Rosslund on
Tuesday for the tennis tourna nent..
They arc   siayin-   at   iho   Hotel   Revel-
*lh,' Misses Wude arrived [rom Nei-
Bon the lirsi «.f 111.• wtei on a visit
to their father Mr. Wade genera1 road
master of ihis di\i.-ion.
Wade i in en route to
Ladies' College, Toronto.
Mi       Marion
VV. stinin-ter
Me    .
Corning returned on Monday
from a much onjoyed crip to
where she accompanied    Nurse
A QUICK -SALE BARGAIN—SICSO.OO
will In. , comfortable one and one-
half storey dwelling, six rooms, model n convenlen es, splendidly situat-
ed cn Second street. $650 cash, bal-
an"' ou easy  terms.—H. N. Cotirs'ier
Benton came into her own last  night, ion lands outside the reserves,   which Ever) candidate nominated shall sig- Qeigeron ber holidays.   Thoy bad also
Her deliniaiion of a shrewish wifo was latter     come   under  ihe  conservation nify by a   writing  accompanying      tho  a delightful excursion  io  Lake  Lquiae,
perfect,  but in the same breath,     we branch. nomination papers his consent to such  Lake Moriane and the Ten Poak
niusi  mention  Ruby  Lang,  who play-1    In company   with Messrs. McSorley, nomination, except   Incada   such    pored a hured-brained, harem-scarom act- Wadman and   Trimble, he was taken son be    absent  fiom ibe' municipality
ies-     io perfection.   Porter Warlield's oita trip up the scenic mountain road when such  absence shall be stated  In
recent engagement in  Vancouver, B.C.  and of the beauties and scenery of Mt. the nomination paper.
siuod   him   in  geeod  sleaid.   for  he  C'.'i- Revelstoke,   he  spoke in   most   glowing
i 11niy  personated the well-known remit terms.     li   i-    not generally known,''
tance man   in  excellent  iashion.      Mr. continued  .Mr.  Yorke,   "that   th"  Do-
J.     Roy       Claire     ouidid     himself, minion  governmenl  own  upwards    oi
Every  candidate nominated  for Alderman, shall   on or  before lhe  hour    of
FOR     PRIVATE     SALE—Househol 1
Furniture and effects,  including hi.-h
Tiini.    rhaira,    rugs,  Btoves,
, i   .nu firnii*: erything i'i
the I J. Lee, M Kenxie aienue,
itholic e'lmrrh.        8t.A13
sh ihe Returning Officer with a state-
We thought  that  be had reached     the   three and a half millions of     acres of mentin writing specifying  the land ol
pinacle of Dutch characterisation Mon-  laud, situated within the borders of B.  ieal property  upon which hequalifies.
day  niuht,  but last     night  he showed  C.  lying in  the  Peace Riverdi-irict, lu      (liven under my  hand at  Revelstoke
Du       character of such perfection  addition  to tho C.P.R.  railway    belt   on the 20th day of August, 1913.
Mr. and Mra.  Forde     and children,
accompanied by Mrs. Barrie and ohil -
dren, returned Tne day  afternoon from
a vary enjoyable trip,   Leawn.;  Revel
Bloke  la-t.      Wednesday   ihey   went   to
p.m. on the day of nomination turn- Qoldenand thence up tho river by boal
to Winlcriueic,   vi-'itiuej   al-o  the  Sin-
clair hot springa. The Bcenery along
the river and the development taking
place in the country were found of absorbing Interest.
GOOD    OPENING    FOR    COUNTRY
Stor—Store    building     in.e    ^'ock,
•
i   -  from Salmon  Arm. B.
i
-
IOI
h it   an he pipe
r.     . t  •
mon  Am
-
•   -
l
that lt  wo ild . omparo favorably with areus.   The timber on this great block
the work of some of the Celebrated  ar- of territory, is  administered in a sim-
tist- u- i     measure full and     running Har     manner   to that  wiihin  thcbell
iver,  Marion Rochester as Daisy  Mait- Since my la»t visit to Revelstoke over
an:.   Ubert  Freeland  a-     the  typical 'hrec years ago, I notice a marked im-
ol I ho: ,   . Mat Wentwoith provement     in the character  of    the
ftychap,  rounded out a  perform buildings, and a great increase in   the
.iand    have number    of    residenoes,    which speak-
seldom     seen     equalled.   The    horu- well forth.' progress of the , ity. That
B. R. REYNOLDS,
Returning Officer,
FEA.UMNG
racy,     and
.-.. ■:. stepped Miss
Levis to do a buck danc.   that
o any    ....
.ning  her a  elo
'■' -    Lillie  ' Irowesti,     wh i
Ri'hs'  Bun-
embered   .
• . .   . -
the    -• lenie assets of the district     will
when   properly  exploited,   add  greatly
to your prosperity I am thoroughly con
vinced."
liter
U.
i'ii
-     'a    iU.
'our    I lya   Bpenl in   an inspec ■
The  Empress   theatre management is
most fortunate    in  having  booked  for
Mis Jessie MoKay, Mi-M Permortes,
of lie-' Moines and Mr. Alex McKay,
rode up to the chalet on Saiuiday
morning io stay two days. They were
joined at nine o'clock ou Sunday morn
ing by Miss McKay, Miss Janet McKay,Mrs. Coursier and Miss Olga
Coursler,who had left tho town at six
a.m. The parly rode out lo Miller lake
in the afternoon. Camp was then broken up and visitors and eampi'is returned to the i-ity. whicli wa- reached
early in  the  c\ eniug.
tion  ofthe  work of  the  branch   office  Monday,  August 2Mb    "Believe  Me,"      fjn Saturday afternoon the members
and  district,      during  with Mr.   Billy   S.  Clifford in   the  titlo  0f  the Women's  Canadian  Olub
NOTICE
Ire all tboee ■•
■ ■
'
flWakw
ma way   "»   Revelstoke   „„ „■„,, „„„,„,.  uu.y   o.  uuuucum  iuc  uuu 0i  lue Women s Canadian  Clul,      met
which everything was founl to be work role, supported by a  devar  Company, at tbe home   of     Mrs. Coursier.   Thi
na mos'     ni factory manner. Mr. each  member of  whieh  isa  star. When lOVoly grounds were charmingly beau-
.rke,  will proceed to the coast,    re- the season    has dosed at     your local tiful in  the bright sunshine und    wore
Ln about  two weeks via Revel- house nnd a  review  of   the  attractions very greatly admired.   The club bold a
md.be r,ow,  Ne-i Pas-,     Lino whicli  have b.-en seen  throughout   the short  business meeting, part of  wbich
headquartera at the Capital. seas,,,,, has'been made, something will consisted in receiving live new memb-
bo  radically   wrong If   lhe press      and ers.   Refreshments were served  by  tho
•ion   Fupinrr   Qnnlnili   I'honirn 'h° l'"''1"' alikl'do "ot «ivo th" '-om- hostess and   Miss  Olga.   Mrs.   Lawson
H.H >  > liaPgO pany  the credit for     having the most poUrod  tin.   Tbe  ladies   then adjourn-
iNotes
■ ■
Ranch, ,at ab
' ir powdei ..■ han-
rmeri'
I nat it,;-.-  ■ .nemay
lie orderr»l from I
on hand la all *old out.
Mr. T. Sturdy of Malakwa, ipanl
Smrday In town.
Mh.  Moir returned on te,day'i
noon train from Vietorin,  and  will ba
the gueet of Mr*.  Sturdy  until  SatUI
day.
Mia Scholl, Miss S'hmiu, Miss
Srott Allan and Mr. Allan Came in
thiB morning from Vornon forthntour-
nament.   Th«y nre   at   the   Revelstoke.
Mi. Kennedy, nparintsndenl of road
work constriir-.tion, has rented the cot-
tngo on thfl comer of Fiflh street ami
McKenrfaavenuo, ftt present oc.uplerl
by Mr. J. I/*-*.
Miss J. McKay invited io tome
frienrti Monday afternoon for a cup of
t"i\ tn mnot her sinter Ml°s McKay and
I 0 Mi- PsrmortM of Ofl' MoinM,
end lhe Mlssee Wado of Nolson.
hail  waa lixed
.!■•  the releaae of Qoldie Barr, u
,an   ni    luhious repute from   Revel-
and keeper theo   .,i ., notorious
    Ba .. m..,i  n ith _n
ig rile (dav.'i'/. Her
ime before the ma flsti ate at I lie
■
DM       i i      wm  givon
e   U ,•<!   by a   woman    who
.    , a, IJ known   .... ■   ,.n I  .,1 ,.
i (Salmon Arm ■ | |    ■   woman      having
irougl i  whose name 11
J.H. John
.
• m i  Farm
and . i il
: i '     i. r, ii uio    gt   ■   !ir"nc»>s
Ml   H     A   fiiC     III l.'-r-     Of
was  registered  a'   'h<>  hotel  for     one
eISO   Me    ind   Mre*.   Bngg-    from
Crargellaohie,  were down  picking blue-
sa,  which ar« numerous here.
Earl    Swan    OS '   promiiin/
young men, make   t'rer|U"n* H',cial visits to  Craignllnchie
Mr.  Fercan ha^  ree-lviKd
lumber for h'trl new house
, ar
Of
lii  B en   was in
/.   we,,'  t,   •. .    ■   ,„.,   ,(   g       |,„.,i
During   theii      t.    ,ow  the     police,
' - ad reason tO SUspect ths woman
Ba appeared m the ,cene and ar
rested both women. The Ioi ,1 woman
'urned King's evidence, swuring her
own releaae, and the othc woman
hariH with Ming concerned m
thewhlte lave train, Mr. w. B.
Faris appeared for tbs defends,     anl
finished production of dramatic work, 0d to the drawing room where they
comedy and mutioal ability that has were addressed by Miss Oaaale McKay
ever been seen. For presenting a new on "Homo Economics." The address,
bill, the success of this compirhy has which was listened to with the deepest
been nothing short of phenomenal, and interest was i«nligbtcniug and practical
in many instances lbs house record from start to finish. Miss McKay, af-
I,, been smashed all io pieces, Cct tor brielly recounting the history „(
busy and take this shown In whon it the movement, explained fully what
come, oi the one best evening's pleas- was included in the term 'homo eco-
ute of the season will have licen miss- nomics." This study now Includes in-
ed.   "Believo Me." struction in ell things pertaining to a
S",is on  sale at Manlonald's   Drug  household, cooking, sewing, home fur-
Store.   Prices  50c.,  75c,   $1.00,  81.50.  nishing,     purchasing,     cleaning, with
collateral studies as hygiene, dleteios,
sanitation, house planning, and a
i knowledge of textiles. Miss McKay
cxplaim-d how impossible it is nowadays to instruct at home on Blich a
subject as textiles yet the need of such
knowledge is greater than ever on account of the wide range of choice. The
study of sanitation led the stud<nts tn
to connection with civics, equnlly im-
Thc Inquest Into the City hotel flrc, poitantfor girls and boys. The speak-
wne retimed  last ovening at tho City er told of tho enthusiasm with    whieh
HOTEL
DC
ilim.
INQUEST
Mi J.K.  Kcnwdy, e.ity prosecutor w„s HaU.   Coroner  Dr. Hamilton nnd     a pupils respond to instruction on  sub-
sntreof  t-ame.   good   rapresaofiad  l,y    an    aarfstaat.       The '"" jurfbdng present, while G.S. Me- jects connected     with   home  makiiig,
g«me,  Mg game,     ttie game,  experts <•„.,,.     stand      adjourned     until  next  Carter appi-ared on Iwhalf of the dty. which, after all, is woman's ideal poei-
TIm ,<•  wa«  only one witness examin- tion.   Miss  McKay is a spleidld     ex -
to   nee     many hunters at thessasott'l   l h ,r *] ,y    Vancouver Sun,
opening, and the hotel Malakw.i is
prepare'l to loootnmodgte them. Mr.
J/hl, proprietor of the hotel, m«edn a
businesstrip  to Taft Friday.
The farmers are busy elearinn land.
A contract foi  painting ths city hall  Chicago.      They    were on
waslet, to  Mr.   Simpson al  last huul •   west and spoke in raptum
ed at this hearing, that being   Phillip  ample of „ woman, who hns found her
A  distinguish!*!  purty of tourists vis- Allen,  thc gist   of whose nvidenoe was  work in life and is edoing it with devolved  Revelirtoke  ihe past, few days    In *o tho effort that he hnd overheard   at ed  enthusiasm.   At the conclusion    of
the personh of f'nnmil   A.  Holinger,   K. various times   conversations made re-  the address, a vote of thanks wns hear
V   Holinger and  Arnold  Holmgnr.    of la'ing to the Are at tho City hotel.       tily given to the speaker for her    in-
their way After heatintr thii witness the     in-  etructlvc  talk.   Solos were sun-      bv
of tbe fln,i 'P'cst was again adjourned till the ith  Mrs. Bews awl by Miss Janet McKay i
ness mooting.
scenery  of  the  mountains.
of September.
and the mooting adjourned.

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