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Revelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Alps"
PAGE THRE1
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The Mail-Herald
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g THB MAIL-HERALD
g Circulates  twice  per  week ain-
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Vol. 19   No 74
REVEL
REVELSTOKE, B. C. SEPT. 17, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
Provinitr-.  ,
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"S^J^ilf"    was
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^•d   bi'fi«Qy   noon fijjiliy.     The
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inuin-''T>e're remojwji to How
Amid Brilliant Weather Mayor T. Kilpatrick Performs Opening Ceremony.—
Survey of Exhibits.—Highly Creditable Displays—Fruit and Vegetable Sections.-Thoroughly Representative Resources of Kootenay wOil and Climate-
Keen Racing and Varied Amusements.—Large Crowds Enjoy All the Fun of
the Fair.
Xfon s 4mderlaki!>«•'p/irloi-s. Thi
^bati^w Ins i]t**>y is a rays-
•Bery,     A    .„C'nron.r'-   Inquest
Tfill  likelyU>.{_>l.!.
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Tuosday, September 16th, the o[ieu-
hiif day ol Revelstoke's Sixih Fall Fair
nml Exhibition, dawned grey but tine,
and everybody was early astir in joy-
ous anticipation of the iuu mul excite
ment- which always accompany the
ureal annual celebration.
l'\.r wee'k- the weary secretary and
committees had been working witb all
lhe zest imparted to their effort- which
attache* to th.- "Labor oi Love," and
at midnight on Sept. LSth the President
effort,*
ot
ent, and ii    appears that their
are crowned wiib a good measur
satisfactory results achieved.
We are ulso indebted to IhoBe exhibit
ors,*businessmen nud others^ who have
contributed so large a share of tbeir
lime and money towards ensuring tho
BUcceBs nf ibis Exhibition.
I was piirii, iilnil.\ pleased lo notice
a \ciy pin increase, both In the quality
un I quantity, of ib - cnti I *- for tho
Poultry and  Pet  Stock section*    over
and Executive made their final tour of what we always thought the banner ac
th-  grounds and buildings     ami pro- bieyemenl of last fair.   Tbi- year   an
nouueed everything in order. addtt.onal space of some 50 . p- has
„,                    „ ,. ...... timed for beenauite tilled wiib   the  entries    under
The opening .-eremonj  was uimu iui ■
2 ,, m "ii the Uth, but long before that ibis heading.
Ume.partie, ol vi-.tor-'   and citizens, In the Fruit, Vegetabl
•with thei.  wives und children,     com- duce, Dairy Produc .
men ed to wend their way towards Co
undei-addle elu-- Miss S. Lilly secured
a - I'ditalile victory.
CATTLE.
A magnificent  jersey owned by Messrs
Smith »nd Campbell, took tirst    prize
ni tho class for registered hulls. an un-
imai ihat excited _eii-i:il udmiiation. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Mr. \v. Smith was awarded lirsi mil namely the establishment ol a
second prizes in the classfor registeved
cows with exhibits ol all round merit.
and a niosi useful stamp, an 1 the same
exhibitor scored again in the class for
milch cows.
POULTRY  AND  PET STOCK.
A-e usual  ibe- members of the  Revel-
toke Pet Stock Association, who hun-
I'.aliiy of the birds is also quite up lei
the high standard of other years, although there ha-' been a Blight decree e
of prize winners from outside points,
'lhi- very encouraging result clearly
bIiows thnt the objects of the l'oultry
Association and  the  Fair committees,
good
,-i.ai.lard among local poultry and pet
Btock I inciers and breeders, are bein;;
attained, and will doubtless bad to
rger amount of prize money being
devoted to this growing section at fu-
I ,i.-  Fairs.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
The judging of this section was not
lty    Wlllcll     ' llll'li   le-l I   eel   l||.
tin' fair of lasl ilotober,
There was a splendid showing of vegetables, particular^ i abba ;es anil
pumpkins, whilst celery which bore all
ihe earmarks of excellence    associated
with the   lal lain.'1   product of   JMulak-
wa, nlso gracod the decorated Benches,
All thoso das       ii u.'illy comprehend
ed in the n-i in : ;u ihn truck, including
liects, potatoes, onions, de'., wer.- well
represented.
FIELD PRODUCE.
The Field i be e- pun 'uied -, Varied
| assortment of highly oroditable ex-
hlbits, whilsttho Dairy Section, included a smnll but high quality display oi
butter, honey, etc.
1 OTHER DEPARTMENTS.
I    di In-i- departments whieh owing    to
the judges being  still engaged on   their t
dillicult  tusks cannot bo dealt with inl- with assistance from Mr. J.W. Moore,
ly in   this  issue, including  Home  link- eracientl)   officiated as   starter
: in.M;,  and  Preserves, Manufactures,  and DETAILS.
Paintings and Drawings,    Lace Work, pirgt  raC8i   tjfurlongs,  $125  added-
and     Embroidery, etc,   produced keen Arney, Parker np, won,  Irish Boy sec-
1 competition and many cloao decisions, ,„,d. Four ran. Arney took tho lead
the displays being well up to itandard from the start, with Irish Boy. Love-
and In every respect typical oi the pos- watches, and Agog close up. Arney inabilities and artistic workmanship   oi creased his lead and won by 1 betonds.
The events were run ofl well up to time
aud general Batisfai lion wo expressed
ai the real spoi ling i bai u ter of tbe
i a< ne j throughout.
Mr,  A.   J,  McDonell ably discharged
the duties ..i judge,  Pre 'idont   A     Mm-
Rae admirably   supervised as  clerk ot
course, and   Mr.  Joe Wemworth—
Ihis
lumbia   Park, where    the.    exhibition
grounds and race  track are situated,
Probably nowhere in British Columbia d    there exist a  pleasure ground
sun    tnded  with greater scenic attrae-
Field Pro-
and In fact all other departments, n
vory high average of excellence is ob -
sorvable throughout. The school see*-
tion deserves special mention, evidencing as it does that a vast amount of
work has been expended by the   pupils
tions than the spot ehofcnfor the hold '"'I"*  production of their exhtbltsanl
inKof  Revelstoke  Fair.   Only  c*e and which reflect   the greatest  credit   upon
anal,  .„,.s ;,„„!,,- center of  Revel- their  teuton and  tra rs    The  Live
icaciivltie.,   McKenzie   av- Stock section, though small, is      good
,,ml„ wlth .-, city Hall, hanks, news- commencement  for a department
....             i.l/,..Us   tlie we look   forward   to assuming a  blgge
papi ■   ifflces and buslnes      bio «*», sm 	
I,,,    winds for "the Hint half mile thru importance with  each  sue, ding year.
town,   anl then debouches    onto  the (Loud Cheers.)
bauka   .-        ,   ,lumte River,   whence I   bid you all welcome   here,   tho -
cont.nued Blong lhe valto, now on these grounds and the others
,,.,.,;   i tv -ai-,. im who  will visit     ibis  Exhibition  today,
skin ng lh    ank of the mighty Btream
■ i             .- ,i     ,„.ve cl i,l in.um nnd tin- two foll.iwiiu days, and   now
am  .a full viewol  the snow-ciaa moun 	
L-i     i     ,1,     v-iii v   hisectine declare Revelstoke's Sixth Annual Fall
tains' which  edge the    valley,  Bisecting ......      , ,              ,
,,       ...       „, ,i,,, ,.;,.- Fair    and      Exhibition dmy  opened.--
the picturesque old portion of me city,
■ ,             ,1,   ,.;,.„• t , il.e. verv ll'roonjed  Cheers,
and again skirting ih- rivei to tm vory
gates . f Columbia I'ark. If the visitors "A Faitin Doing" preferred to travel hy    water, thoy  could  walk about a
quartet of a mile trom the' City Hall,
ii.... .e the boat landing, and board
the Btern wheeler s.s. Revelstoke, which
iiiah- iwo nips daily. paddling
noisly along the bosum of the Columbia and placing lis loads oi pleasure
Beekers down right in the very center
of the park Itself.
Ai about 1 p.m. the crowds thickened, and conveyances running between
the City Hall and the Park commenced
to ih. an active business. Arriving at
the fair grounds, ih>- groups of pleasure-seekers spread themselves over the
park, taking in the various sideshows,
whi li lined the avenue between thc en-
tian ■■■ gates anil the grand stand, or in-
spe ' ng the various exhibits in thofle
buildings where ibe- judging was I'm -
ished,
Both the   Oity    and    th-   G.  Verdi
bands werein attendance, and enlivened
the proceedings nl  intervals' with selections  of cla sm al mid  popular  mii-i'-.
0PENIN0    CEREMONY,
At 2:30 p.m. as soon as the secosd
boat load of passengers had been dis-
charged into the grounds'from the s.n,
Revel toke. the musicians' Btrukup
"The M ode Leave Forever" and May;
or T. Kilpai ii | . Ban' o I by Pr lde»t
A. M Rae , took up a position in tt _■
judges box; the grandstand filled     up
with  bp at ors, antl    when  the mus^c
died away, the hief citizen of Reve1-
stoke spoke briefly as follows:—
i n behall of the citizens of Revel -
stoke, I bid vou welcome to this, oui
Sixth Annual Fnll Fair ami Exhibition
and wish you all a pleasanl nn 1 profitable time during, the' three days this
celebration will continue.
it i- also a pleasure to mys.'lf   and
all - -uiil 1  with  (heFair, to   nee   so
mail, pi '-eni on i lu i, lho firsl day ol
opening.   The various committees have
« ot; • d   hard for   tho    IV I B     of   this ev-
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SURVEY OF EXHIBITS.
Immediately following the cpenin**
speech, mosl of the visitors adjourns 1
io the exhibition buildings wuh a view
to ins) iin_' the various    classed     ot
competing produce and articles.
LIVE STOCK
The Live Slock section "L" was tlu
first in whi'h results wen' announced,
tic judging having been performed before 1:30 noon.
The classes fos thoroughbreds produced some fine animals. Mrs. I. VV.
Flynn'- "Ruble" carried off woll deserved premier honors in the- class foi
stallions, with W.C. Yeardle's "Contli
gration" Second. Conflagration proved subsequently thai he possesses speed
by partlclpal ing gamely in the .
as also did Mr. W. McDonal l's "Trip -
piiiL'" which took first prize In the class
for thoroughbred mares, Mrs. Flynn's
".Minnie Bright*' b'-in.: se.-ond prize
winner. Mr. A. Davidson's pair carri-
■ I ofl the honors In the draught pair
class, Mr. J.R. Hanor being a good
-• cond.   Mr.  Da' i Ison took flrst     and
 ond prizes in the  single   la--     witb
two good animals.   Messrs. CB. Hume
&  Co.'-  pair    were  pla rsl In  thfl
clnsf for "city di livei y pairs"   ,
lar vh tory, with a turnoul ■ h it  Ii.l the
Brm everycredit.   The same flrn
In the general purposes   class,     when.-
they gaini .1 firsl   and 'se ond pi ■
Mi-.'H.F. McKinnon's -in..' rli horse
shown   hitched to  h . ;y, ga ned     tbe.-
enviable distinction of  first place in a
strong class, with Mr.   K.O.  ?>!■ Rae'-
exhibit  a .rood     second,   In th?   pony
district.
' FLORAL.
This sDciion furnished on.' of the
sights oi the show. Hand nothing bin
prnisein the highest terms was to be
heard on every side of the beautiful
fragrant blooms and blo&oms on view
under this heading, wbicb remark applies with equal force to tbe pot and
greenhouse plants.
BOHOOL SUCTION.
The School Section provided tbe judges witb perhaps iheir most difficult
j task, and of courtte proved unusually in
teresting to boto parentsand the youthful competitors.' The tinal awards
in   certain  ■ -lasses   under     ibis   heading
were nol completed until very late in
the evening, and visitors on the second
and final days of the fair, should make
n a spee'ial point not to miss this portion of the exhibition.
THE  AWARDS
The
"tote"  returned
S8 for
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an 1
§3.25  for •-'-.
Sei ond Ra ■'. 5
fllll..
ngs, 81
■Jo
added.
—Jack
Adams, 0.
Jam
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W0I1; Sal-
ly <l*ll;;
v  second,
Four
started,
Tub
■an and
Di
infield
being
the   oilier
runners.
Ut
infield
jumped
away  with the
lea 1 fro n
a ia ii
-uni and took the inside berth. At ib.i
bend Jack Adams on the otus, lo im-
proved his position, and splendidly han
died by lanu-s. got through to win by
two lengths.
The "tote* returned, $ 25 for $5-, anel
UO for •<•■.*.
Third Race, quarter mile, local, 840
—Revelstoke Girl, King Edward Jo**-
up, won; Baby Doll second.
Baby Boll was tirst prominent, with
Revelstoke tlirl lying handy, and
rounding the bendinto the straight,
the leadei* got Into difficulties throogh
hugging the rails too closely, and Revelstoke Girl challenging resolutely, won
Wepresent in this issue a list of aw- il K0"'* raco by three quarters of a
ar I- up-to-date, section by section and   "*ngth.
in prize list ord,..-, mid in our next is-     The w">ner is property of Mr. Oay
sue we    shall complete the full list   of   le>'' wh'*-t Hevelstoke Girl is owned by
awards, thus furnishing an  interesting lio-v McDonald.
and official record of tbe   exhibition. Th"  "T""' '   returned,  87.50  foi    85,
and $3 lor S2.
        Fourth   ra •-,    -ix :'url..nL-s. JI*'".—Del
The races formed the great attrac - Cassia, Broadfoot
lion for lhe vast majority of visitors s,.cond.
to the fair grounds and tbe sport pro- Biii-m Candle completed the field of
vided proved fully up to expectations, three, bin was slow t.i start, and never
Some tight finikhes were witnessed and figured in the race. The winner led all
despite the fad that fields ruled small,  the way and Tripping could  make     no
impression, despite a   game  eff,,r.      in
THE    RACES.
up,  won;    Tripping
the straight. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Fifth race, seven-eighths of a mile,
;IT."i added—Third Chance, Sawtell up,
vi n   Tremergi i, se "iid.
died ibis poriion of the Exhibition had  completed until 5 p.m. on  the  opening
everytning in first-class order, the or-
ionization for attending to ihe birds
and the arrangements for staging and
displaying ibe-same being everything
tiiat could In- desired. From - a.m.
the judges bad been haul at ivo-,!. on
their difficult task of picking the winners from the clas y entries whi 1. filled the coops and provided excitin; com
petition for almost every heading or
lariety and pending their official li-t e.i
i.i.uie--, and the liberating ni tbe
name tags on the . ages and • oops , it
was impossible for spectators to distinguish the showing from the various
fancier- whose pin- and individual
b'ird were represented in the :ontests.
IMPROVED LOCAL BH0W1NG.
'I h • oul standing feature of the Poultry Section, generally speaking, was
the great increase of exhibits from local fanciers; this state ol affairs coin-
. I -.1 with an all  round  lm ron ■• in  th i
numbernnd class ol the exhibits. Since
.  ■    if       . immodal ion   hns
een i nlai ired to pro  ide .   .i -  for   7.*.
I    onnl  Mt .1      : i .   iddl
tlonal ti"i- e.i i oop all ro ind, - ho build
Ing, All this extra space was fully o •-
.rn I practically tho entire in-
evease i- accounted for bj tho addition
ol showing from loral Inc.'.lei-.       The
as was unavoidable, the racing wus
keen and thoroughly enjoyable. Investors were given the advantage of
the "tote" two Pari mutual maohin-
es being in operation at .$5 and 82 per
ticket respectively. Some parties apparently did not fully understand the
Bystem, but it was generally appreciate  field.
ed   as being     what  it is, the   fairest     Third Chance gave   a lot of trouble
Ious exhibits to  their  home    growers,  form of investment possible on a rae-e-  ut ,hl. Bag; but ultimately jumped   off
lUplay of apples, whilst very fine «X>™e'   Tru'e the dividends  were     not  with a flying start with Termergo next
onything     slightly inferior     to  big, but with small fields and a Umited   rhe leader was  never  h.-al.-d  and won
asily.    Sam  Rank t..i.';  llu part in the
day, and up to the late   evening,     it
II  Impossible to trace the   var-
Five ran. Convent
ion and  Sam  h.
Bell,  Couiiagra
. ig up   the
$12.50   for$5,
The   "Tote" returned,
in I $5 f..r $-'.
Mr.  M.B.  West.ott,  district engineer
or tpe Provincial    government,      hn-
„ ,, of last year, although a very   no- patronage, and that patronage   chilly
improvement **as evidenced in ' .1 „, a ,..ct,y M„te cl„,.t 1, high
,he packing of those exhibits in boxes. - ™tui*ns   could not  1 xpected,      as
„    ,     „i      .    ,,„v„ ...t. ii was in one  race, the    second     race,
d    al-o to nave sui- ;  .       . ,   i
little ii. „i  the earlier date   of ^pportersol the winner received   four
ltaWt|th, fruit available up to   .late to one    about    the.r Iian.*y. «m ry.-
j       ..... lniinerative iiii'-c in a  e-l'l eel teiiu. ine
nol  having thai appearance of matur- m«™»»"« l '
ii-ae-k was in good shapeano the cum-  been making a general inspection of the
aii.- conditions all thatcould be dedlred   roads, tralla and bri Iges of the district
[«; the events were followed with the clos- \,.^, weok he went over the Oambourne
® est attcnti and all tho  arrangements   section, where nereports that the    te-
S worked well.   There was the usual de -  cent cloudbufst and storms  have  dous
■ loyal    lho Btarting potJt    Inseparable   J15.000 worth of da
gl from a meeting of sucha character bul   bridges.   The Fish River rose
gi on ih"  who' i, go "1  starts   were  effect-
■ od, which was thc main thing everyone
g) desired, officials  and public  alike.     In
ii] x » n a •> UU Ug HI | | «  s
a      TO ALL MY CUSTOMERS
Owing  tee the recent fire in
my barns, the  cows     will he
I  to  Salmon  Arm. and
milk will be delivered enrly In
ibe  motning.   - On nnd   after
inds
1st  October the price of milk    gj  the last race Third Ohance proved very
will rise one quarl on the dol- gl
lar.    All accounts mu-i be paid gl
every month as I hnve a large g)
bill     to    i a-   l"   Saline.ll   Arm
e' ich month.
A. Q. CARLSON
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ha. ious   at    the post, and gave   ihe
lai ter o greal  >1 ial e.f trouble.   Mr. J.
W. Me.one officiated with thc Hag    for
thai   nn* •! n     well  as for th id
rn i-i an I in lii ' anxiety to iri\f  Third
i hanee. a n tious  bad starter, af air
. banco, tlio m*1i h ■ a hieve I his object,
ral her pcnali ed oiln i num n . Sam
Rank bein    parti   ilai I \    unfoi lunate.
^^^^^^^^^^   :,n-l
iges.   The Fish  ' in  a    .^-v
i  ens  to the  high 1    el ol   I8U-1,     and
enormo me on   every
hand.   The'-.- storms it will be remeroh
l up t'.B.r.
■r ttii.- f.ei four .1 iys,    over
a ii tins  Iji sta ed In     the
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THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  f-.EPT.  17. 191:?.
Qe\9s JDrug JVore
rvillbxas
l^'^hocohtes
IK box of Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates contains st) muny "surprises" in
new, enticing, delicious, palate-tickling
confections as to make each piece an
em >r * for another.
Original and exclusive aro Willard's Forkdipt
Strawberry Liqueurs, Chocolate coated, with a
fillet nl whole strawberry fruit immersed in cool,
liquid cream, Crush the shell of crisp, richchoc-
olate—and the clear liqueur comes gushing through
—delicious, sweet and sparkling! Packed in
handsome boxes tied with ribbon.
FOR SALE AT BEWS' DRUG STORE
\V.  PARRY
AUCTIONEER   AND  VALUER
HOUSEHOLD  SALES
specially   conducted J)*
lie  Inns anything and everything
at any time,  neu  and second-hand.
What he lias not Rot he can (jet; so
be sure to call uiul see bim if you
want to save ttionex.
SWAP BRYAN
FOR McBRIDE
SAYS U.S.A.
NEW BOOKS FOR BOYS
100 New Alger Boobs for Boys  35c Each
50 New Meade Books for girls 40c Each
1200  Nelson's  Popular Fiction, cloth bound      5 for $1
NOTICE-After Nov.   1st we  intend
to discontinue our   Lending   Library.
/Jews' £rug and £ook J'tore
The QexcdlfL Store
"VV.  1»A \±\* V
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B, C.
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   RevelBtoko
Under tho hraditiK "United States
Needs a Man Like Sir Rjohai'd Mc-
Bride," the San Francisco Examiner
publishes the following editorial:
"In everything bul name, Uritish
Columbia is un independent Btate.
Exorcising 11h sovereign power, Brit.
ish Columbiu has forbidden tbc issue
of tlmbor, mining nnd fiBbing licenses
to Orientals, and lin*1 denied to thene
aliens the rigiht to buy or own land
within the boundaries   of tbe provinoe.
"There exists between Groal Britain
and Japan a treaty of alliance, wbich
is bolli military ami political, and tbo
Japanese have vigorously protested to
tho court of St. James against the
action of British Oolumbia. The Brit-
isb Government, in turn, has notiiiod
Sir Richard McBride, tlie premier of
lho province, of tho protest of Japan
And the reply Sir Richard McBride
to the imperial governmenl i-- plain,
brie-f and straight to lhe point.
" 'The Province of British Columbia,' In' says, 'is sovereign in control ol
its internal affairs. This province- Imi
legislated in rognrd lo Orientals within its boundaries, mil this legislation
ii i    determined to enforce.' "
Mi   GRAPH JUICE  DIPLOMACY.
" They breed mon in (be Canadian
Nol'lllWeSt,    evidently  —  men        whose
veins are full of lil land iron.   This
Sn Richard McBrido now, a* you
will observe, mingles no grapejuioe
with bis diplomacy, nor any milk anil
watei. He does nol rani nor limn ish
biy sticks, nor whwrilt, nor whine
platitudes of universal peace, He
speaks i'or his pooplo (Irmly, em -
phuticafly, ui the strong, modest
Words ot ,-i  modest,   itrong   man   wbo
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE knowa «actly whal  I ans     to do
nn.l knows  thut  he  will do it.
STAND  BACK!
IT'S TOO LATE!
Such a calamity mav not bave ovei
taken you, but where is your  guarantee that  any  <la\   aye, today, n
ti:.-  may   destroy   your   home  and
possessions.
no matter how moderate tin-amount,
a policy protects you. The premium is so ridiculously small that the
price of a cigar a day will nive you
considerable insurance. See us
about this to-day remember to
morrow may be too late.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Manager.
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
I SILK GOODS
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
! Fancy Cushion   Covers,   Cotton
land Linen Pillow Shams.  Scarfs
j for dresses. Padded Gowns, all
sizes.
Fit and comfort guaranteed.
Manufacturer of Gent's,  Ladies'
Children's Underwear made
* -   r ier.
Legal Forms »•
ever)  purpose are  printed
J stocked b\ the >lail-HeraM
Single Copie* Snid        Reasonable Pr --
JOHN LEE
IT  STREET.    LOWER TOWN.
r% Reid Sr Young.
Millinery Opening
Thursday
&  Friday
Sept. llth and 12th
J*Held {SL Voting**
It w.i m. ii ni ili,i breod who
signed tbe grenl Derliunlloii who
knelt le'-liiiul lhe rail Fences al Bunker Ilill. who loiiLrh. (lie sea lights
thai immortalized th" name* of Hull
nei Decatur and Rodgers nn.l Lawrence; who Ml to u man al the
Alamo; who triumphed ut Buena
Vista; who mei e„i-h other with an
equal Valor on the nelels ol (hi. great
iwar which began at Hull Hun and
ended nt Appomattox.
"Whal Hn- Dnitod State-.- needs just
Inow is a secretary of state built ou
thc Specifications of Sir Iti. haul Me -
Bride—a man who enti distinguish
the line :it which national etTorti to
preserve peace cease to become. ai\.
mirable ;ind become pusillanimous, a
man who neither bin,iers nor cringes,
but who affirms his country's sovereign dignity as a mntter of fact
nn 1 Is reidy :o keep that com.try's
honor sweet with the sword as with
courtesy and honorable dealing.
Wuii.ii  i.IKI-; TO TRADE.
"We have had a Seward, a lilainc
and a Bayard and wc dnl not need to
look toward Canada withenviou eye
in those; dny- Now we have Mi.
Becretary Bryan, and grape juice • I ■
plomuey, and academic twaddle oi
i -    in.l peripatetic     leo -
turing campaigns,    with    platitudious
harangue   to the gentlei    e\ of   both
in I the ewor 1 ol   the nation
rusty in i ■ i. i while every (icon
spits at our  flag  -in !slioot9   ilown uu-
arille-.l      \c  e       r ,,,        HI'TI      lind       eillli   e
belplee     Amen   m   women   in    ,.'i-xi'e.,
cowardly wil!   uul
i
< luld    Hi hange
•   Hi io h    i*i,lum -
i    ■! i        \    oli e    of
command   would speak
tho        * thi \'lle i
■   the .sun  wen'
\l li.i le     lal
■ Jnnning
:    Impos
■
f flout;.!
...i
< link
. he
Rich Hair
ie.ni   Wanl Hns t nnl'
// tit  i iyiii  promotes growth.
Does nut • oloi ne hah
Ask Your DottM
i to cl
UNION BARBER SHOP
IDEALP00LR00MS
Ait'-.-     .       y.
to the .'■'
ii ely ii" 'I .in intiiiii.il Hon
JOS. HACK
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, Van-
it ishes, 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
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C HII C
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the Htalement of this Company for the liseal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared wiih une year ago, tho
following Hgurcs are exceptionally ratiin'stlng:
ASSETS MARCH lilst,    1913
ASSKTS MARCH 31st, 1912 ..
 I45C.915.72
 UU,268.6»
nhowinK a net gain of $S4.r>,G47.12
Thin reinarkahle gain is positive evtrienoe of tho convenience nnd  practicability  of the C. H. I.  0.  plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at .r> PER CENT. SIMPLE IN-
TERB8T DURING THE PAST FISCAL  YEAR.
If YOU Desire IX Heme of Your Own—If yoi' WouM Be Independent   of a Landlord—Investigate This plan—  ow.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
II.mu-ofll.-e:   PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Revelstoke Office : J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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hM«iiii»iiiiMiiiaiimiii»i«iMi»i»i»iMi»Mia'BiwiiMW»
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
WE HAVE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR  SUNDAY'S  DINNER.
I  P. BURNS & GO., United
I
«Ril*raaffiar«EIilBi^
NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING DAILY
11 it nt lev & I'ltl.mi - Ninsriv Biscuits, prr Hi  so,
Molasses Snaps, 2 lbs   der  tfa
i t isp Sodas, per pail    ;,
New Sum met Cheese, pei Ib       _'.s».
Orders Delivered to Any Part of City.
•ioi in McIntyre & SON
First Street, Telephone No. 93
TURKEYS
We have a limited
supply at rock
bottom   prices
TR\ ONE POR SUNDAY
AND UB0R DAY
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. 'WEDNESDAY, SEPT.  17, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRE1
1
11 Watson Realty Co.
Sash end Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MoKENZIE AVIMUI-8-rooined house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
lit STREET5-roomed house ou 50-foot lot $4000 00
2nd. STREET- H-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot J5000 00
5-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
5-roomed house on |1600 00
3rd. 8TMET-4  houses $2100 to $3400 00
10-roomeil house on 300-ft. lot _ $8500 00
2 lots (the pair) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)  $1500 00
4th. STREET—6-roomed house, nearly new $2200 00
6-roomed house on 50-ft. lot $3000 00
Bth. Street   3 6-roomed houses.   Each $3200 00
9-roomed  house $3800 00
7th. 8TREET-4 lots,   each $ 300 00
Sth. STREET    .: lots.    The pair $1600 00
5-roomed house near C.P.B. Shops $ 650 00
3 Shops and rooms on McKenzie Ave    $ 15,(100
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.      Local Agency American Casualty Co.
lire, Life Bnd Accident Insurance     Government Iviinds       Money to Loan
AOENT FOR PACIFIC BALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
BRITAIN
IGNORES
EXPOSITION
DEMAND
IMPOSE
POLL TAX
It now seems cert nin that Great Brit- j Nekon, B.C., Sept. 13—Rc« ogniaing
uin will not tate part, officially in the (,)al ajditiono. provin.ial revenue
Panama Exposition at San Francisco;  ^^ rf ^ & m
but the  matter lias been  discussed     BO
,, .   ,, _, ,.,__,,„).,,,,i ,,hp of lumber manufacturers, umber boW-
thoronu'lilyin the  press throughout vne
British Islands that attention has beeu
most effectively called  to the  ponsibili-
ties of trade    expansion on the Paciflo
ers and Nelson business men yesterday
prepared a resolution which was later
submitted to Hon. W.R. Ross, minister of lands, urging the government to
re-establish the poll tax, increasing it
to <5 per annum, but making it apply
only to BUch persons as do not contnb-
lccturer or the Stanford University, Cal utfi ^ ^ provincjai funds. This reso
iifornia,    and a  mining anl geological hlliion)    witij otaer  recommendations,
expert.    In   conversation   with a  Daily
coast, north mid south.
j    One ol  the men in London best
formed as  to  these possibilities,
the Daily News, is Mr.   H.C. Hcover,
in -
says
'News representative he contended that
1 neither traders nor the government   on
jthe European s-ile of the Atlantic   had
grasped the    full   economic   significance
of the cana'.    "It Is true enough,"   ho
saiil.  "that British  trade with thc Ta-
vific slope has  not hitherto been    particularly  large, but this is due as much
! as anything     to the enormously     long
haul to  rea h that  territory  via  Cape
Horn.   The     balance of Cargo   traffic,
too, is a most important factor.   Over
a million tons less cargo was  taken to
I the Pacific Coast, of the United States
was presented to Mr. Ross, who as a
commissioner enquiring into the condition of the industry with a view to possible changes in the royalty charges,
nnd the scaling methods, held a session
In the court house.
Particular emphasis was placed by
ihe recommendations on the difference
in conditions between the coast district
and the mountain district, particular -
ly with reference to the quality oi timber. Practically the same rentals and
fire charges existed in the two districts
it was said, but timber in the coast dis
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 185S
Capital and Reserve,       -    $8,700,000
85   BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT ....)
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest ourront rate.
Revolstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: :: ::
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
^m$$\
H, J. McSCULY, Froirukr.
'Elstov^
$•
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 arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals for f6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
^^^^^^ trict would average about 30,000 feet
Ilast  year than    was taken  away from  to tne QcrD and in the mountain    dis-
! it.   After the canal is opmed a balance
i of nearly   two  million  tons  of   empty
. bottoms will' enter Pacific
trict but 10,000 ft. to the acre. In order that this contention miijht be prov-
,, : Ooa^t poi a  ej corrcctj tne recommendations urged
.from all  quarters.   This means  an ex-
the government  to    have comparative
cruises made in the two districts.
Comparisons   between taxes    placed
cn Dominion  timber holders    in    this
province,  who share in   the    market -
facilities   ofthe     mountain    ope'atorB
were drawn.   In thc Dominion belt the
^^_ permanent   taxation    is 50 centa    per
panics w.nild beat an    advantage. He   ||>00 ft. and
Exposition was  jroing
| tremely low rate of outward freight
from Europe,  possibly un<ler 20s., and
I as these raw materials must be paid
for in uoods, British bottoms will, if
energy  is shown, do the transport.
In regard to   American competition,
he thought  that Briiisn shipping com-
Children's Fall and Winter Coats
'added  that   thc
to be largely attended from the    West
Coast of South America,    where     the
1 Slates   felt that the completion of the
| canal was a matter of the greatest importance io all the people on the Pa> i-
I fie. Business men were likely to extend th'-ir markets considerably in
these territories.   Thero  could be    no
'more efficient methods of advertising
the products of the British manufact-
lurer and of extending British trade,
than io participate in this Exposition,
j he said.—Vancouver World.
the nnial charges are $5
per square mile, compared with $115
in the interior.
I
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Slaughter Railroaders
New  York,  Sept.   15—A  member    ol
i the brotherhood of railway     trainmen
• is killed every  seven hours au t   every
nine minute- a  man is mainec.     This
was the testimony of     President     Lee
before the railway commission in    the
controversy  tx-twem 42 railroads   iand
I their conductors and trainmen over tho
employes demands for more pay    and
shorter hours.   The report on June 30,
gave 96,868 railroad employes' killed in
the United States during the year.
Forty-six line elevators will be constructed in Alberta this year in time
to han lie this season's crop, by the
Alberta Farmers' Elevator Company,
authorized under thc Farmers' Ele -
\ator BUI passed at the last session of
the Alberta Legislature. The new
.company is closely allied to the United
Farmer- of Alberta and the Grain
Grower*' Grain Company of Manitoba
iThe cost of constructing the elevators
] varies from J8.000 to 813,000 each and
the total storage capacity will be
about 1,500,000 bushels. During tho
course of the next two years it is expected to expand the scheme e-oi.sider-
ably.
TARIFF
ON WHEAT
I        FOR U.S.A.
I U.S. reports say, with the general
expectation that the items in the tarifl
bill, covering the principal agricultural
products.will be approved by th? conference committees between the two
houses of congress as they were adopted by the senate, it is now reasonable
to suppose that the items covering
wheat and Oats cereal products as aflec
ting the trade between Canada and the
United States can now be regarded as
settled.
The most important item in the bill,
11 niching agricultural products and thj
milling industry of the northwest, is
the item in the free list relating to
wheat, wheat flour, and other products
of wheat. By the terms of this provision of the bill, these products will be
admitted free of duty when they come
from a eountrythat does not impose du
ties on like products exported from the
United States to their markets.
Accordingly, so long as Canada
maintains her duties, imports of wheat
from Canada, as under the pending
tarifl, will pay a duty oi 10 cents a
bushel. Wheat flour will pay a duty
ot 4-5 cents perbarrel of 100 pounds
and other products of wheat, including
bran, wheat screenings, etc., will pay
10 per cent, ad valorem.
The duty on oats by the pending
bill, is six cents per bushel of 32
pounds, and the duty on oat products,
oatmeal   and rolled oats is 33 cents.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.   ALBERT     STOHSTE      PROP.
.Read "Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
You Know Us
We are ln business right here where you live. You are an
acquaintance, neighbor or a friend of ours. This money-back-
if-not-satisfled offer should prove the sincerity of our claims.
When we say wo believe we havo
thc best laxative nnd back up our
Huii-ini'iit with our unqualified promise to return without question or
formality the money paid us fur it,
if it dix's not prove entirely satisfactory to you, wo tx-lieve we are entitled to your confidence.
Our business success and prist ite
depend upon your confidence in us.
Wc know we must secure and hold
your confidence in order to (tct and
keep your patronage Therefore, wo
would not dare make thin offer if wo
were not positively certain that we
can prove our ciuims for
Our experience with them ond tho
many reports wo have received from
those who have used them prove
that they aro really thc mosl pleasing
and satisfactory bowel remedy wo
know of.
Rc-cidl Orderlies taste like candy.
They arc soothing and easy in action.
They don't cause griping, nuiiwa,
purging or excessive looseness, as do
thc usual physic or laxative. Rexall
Orderlies nc«m to net ns a tonic-
Ftrengthencr upon the nerves nnd
muscles of the bowels.   They prompt
ly relieve constipation. They net to
overcome thc cause of constiputioii.
They tend to eliminate thc cause
of sick headache, biliousness, bad
breath, nervousness nnd other ills
attendant upon inactive bowels.
Make Us Prove This
We want you to conic to our store
nnd get a package of Hexall Orderlies. Use a few or use up the entire
box. Then, if you are not entirely
satisfied, come back mid tell us and
we will promptly return thc money
you paid us for them.
You promise nothing — you sign
nothing — you obligate yourself to
us in DO way whatever. Wo accept
your mere word.
Don't you now believe that Rexall
Orderlies arc. worthy of n trial?
Could any offer bc more fair?
Try Them at Our Risk
We particularly recommend Rexall
Orderlies fur children, aged persons
and for delicate people.
Rexall Orderlies come in vest-
pocket tin boxes. 12 tablets, 10c;
'M tablets, 2.*>c; HO tablets, 50c.
Usual dose one tablet.
FREE!
WE ARE GIVING AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Every Five Cent Cash Purchase gets
one Coupon.
The   Greatest   Value    in     Coupons
Gets the Prize.
SEE    MIDDLE   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
(^0<H>0^>O<K>O<><><H>O<><><HX><HKW
Terrific Price Reductions x
 Our Week-End Special    -
In order to clear one of our fine lines
of Suits—values up to _	
$25.00
We are offering them practically at
half price, viz	
$15,00
Every Suit is perfectly tailored and
finished  with   Superior  Trimmings.
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND
THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES
OOOOOOOOOOOO^
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies aro not sold by all druggist*.   You can buy Hexall Orderlies only at tho Rexall Stores.
You can buy Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our Btoro:
WALTER BEWS
Revelstoke
The foxaCfc Store
British Columbia
There in a Itexull Storf in nearly .very town and city in tho United SUten, Canada and
'ere.i Dritain. There is a difforent Rexall Honiedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
eaeh especially dcnigne>d for the particular ill for whioh it in roeommended.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
. . It Might Be Hot. . .
IBTTT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Cpntinent. Our.record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd. PAGE  FOI"P.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, SEPT.  17,  1913.
This Is Fishing Headquarters
" If it is used for fishing wo have it." We can tell you the hest
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.
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0 0
2 Imperial Bank of Canada c
V Head  O*"**     r.irn"*n.   O/itar'O. V
A Capital Authorized - 10.000,000.00
0 Capital Paid Up 6.952,00u.00
Reserve and Undivided Profits      8 100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest  allowed at
curreu' i iie frniu date uf deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.    9
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..Diamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber*s
Expert Watch Repairing
TOcfl&ail-Hvratt>
I'UULISH : '   'VKI'NKSllA       i.S i
BATV IDAV   a I
ki.vi-i.stiikk. i!   i.
jntcrioi' '(;:u.ii;i.*»i!io Company
,1.  K.  JOHNSON, Manager,
HAI.I'H li.  SCRUTON,  Editor,
A.A<y'r~A.-'V^
WEDNESDAY,  &
1918.
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
, %^^^*%^%*%^%.-%.V'%.-%*V%^%*%%%.'\,*V%^%^%^%^%. v-*v*wtv%.-v^
Ills  wiih ihe  greatest  pleasure thai
we    draw the attention of our readers
iei the full report in ihe proceedings ol
the last sitiiny of the town council of
iinportaiii proposals)   connected  wit'h
the discovery of natural gas, which it
is claimed has   been    mu le ai   Arrowhead.   Mr, Taylor a    prospector     and
financier well-known in B.C., ha-   been
for some time engaged upon prospecting    operations   cIom' to    Arrowhead,
within easy reach of Revelsloke,     and
appeals to have discoverer! gas in suib
quantities a* prove the   existence     of
supplies of an    extent and     cbaracier
which are capable of enormous    com-
mercinl development.   His proposal, as
submitted to the town council, is that
pipes -hould   be laid   along the  river to
convey the gas to the ciiy limits,    and
lhat  the town council Bhould agree either to purchase eas fio.n him In bulk
oi empower lum to distribute ii   thru'-
,,ui the eity for lighting, hcat'in.:    and
power purposes.    He is   prepared to   defray the entire cost of proving ihe proposition iu return for a guarantee from
the city tha' 11 will take gas to be sup
plied by him, in  order  to   provide  ag •
ainrt the  possibility whdeh would other
wise exist that others might step in us
suppliers to the town uiul thus rob him
ofthe fruits of bis pioneering work.
This is the proposal which is recelv ■
Ing the careful attention of the city
fathers. Our readers will agree with
a- in attaching the greatest import
ance to ii being given every con-iih-iu-
lion. Whilst careful lo avoid committing tbe town to heavy liabilities, at
tnis stage, such as the piping of i ic
town would involve, the council sin ml I
and doubtless will, see to it that every
possible facility is given im the direct-
lion of proving the scheme. Ii will
be apparent to all that this matter is
t ich in gigantic possibilities fraught
with all that is desireable as regard's
the future prosperity of Revelstoke and
district, One of the earliest advantages thai would follow the successful inauguration of such a scheme would be
thc probable erection of a greal smelter at some i-emrnl site to treat ihe
on-- from ihe- Lardeau and Trout Lake
country, where numerous propositions
are approaching the producing stage
winch would gi • ■ isy .iii.l • heap i ar-
riage by lake and river for ihe .ue- direct i-i the smelter,
Th'-    boon    the   supplying of  cheap
light  and fuel  would be to residents .if
•ke i- ••n-     immediate  wel. ome
re-lilt ileal     WOllhl lltv.-8arily     f.elloW—
such a rouhi deal a smashing
* the B C. Co il Trust—whilst it
impossible to exaggerate th-- value)
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pmeni  ,,i the !
( *     country.
I     ;     Inv
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Prom
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MAKES $100
A WEEK
We solicit a share of y mr patronage
Special  attention  given to children
um barber shop
We  have  jn-t o] cued
IDEALPOOLROOMS
After Six Yeats Service
to the Kevelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
■J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
■ MCKENZIE AVENUE-8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
1st. STREET—5-roomed house on 50-foot lot $4000 00
2nd. STREET- 8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $300(1 00
Double house on 75-foot lot $501(1 00
5-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
5-roomed house on $1500 00
3rd. STREET- 4   houses $2100 to $3400 00
10-roomed house on 300-ft. lot $8500 00
2 lots (the pair) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)  $1500 00
4th. STREET   6-roomed house, nearly new $2200 00
6-roomed house on 50-ft. lot $3000 00
i-*o:
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRL'FF. Prop,
CANADA'S BEST
6th. Street  3 6-roomed houses.   Bach	
9-roomcd   house	
7th. STREET-4 lots,   each	
8th. STREET    2 lots.    The pair	
5-roomed house near C.P K. Shops...
3 Shops and rooms ou McKenzie Ave
$3200 00
..$3800 00
..$ 300 00
.$1600 00
.$ 650 00
.$ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
l-'ire, Life and Accident Insurance    Government Lands      Money to Loan
ASENT FOR PACIFIC SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
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lit  USs 4u y  RS
QOOD THEN u£ribH Nl'W
"crfccl Scale, Puritj of Tone, Su---'*':
Wl lty of Touch, Kentit\ "f I-inish. Work
manship and  Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains al! t' e
latest improvements and devices    Tl, y
are perfect  in  tone,  artistic   in  des- n !
and capable of giving lifc-'oiic sei vice
WE INVITE COMPARISON
COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAI.
BRIQUETTES
We li iv<-over 60" teins o'thf aliovc coal ou li mil a"d cun c" arantec
prompt delivery Now is lie time to lay in yonr winier's f.iel. Don't
delay,    bee us for terms an i prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN I). SIBBALD, 1'kks. J. I). SIBBALD, JR., Sue.
V
The very hest material and  the   U-m
skill  that   money  can   secure  are   etn
ployed in their construction.
McKenzie Ave. Uevelstoke,  B.C.
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Out.
Phone, 262
Lum!)
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order
All the l.u«■ •' oolon in Mat* I.i-mv ('loth, Kaney
Tweeds, striped and chockwl Worsteds.   Over
one hiimlrtnl latest patterns tn rho<wo from
no two alike.
FANCY COATINGS T ■ latest Neu York
creations ami the in-st up |o dato stock in
It, 0. lAdles who expect muck from US, can- 3
not lie disappointed « ben they nave their suit
or Long Cutaway Coat made hy ns. Wc ha»c
the very hfst ileelgM fmni Paris in charge ft
this department*   There is no suit or coat too
(auey for US to make.
Old Town,
Ra istoke, B. C
before buying \<>nr outfit of Mvnrkinc; clothe*
for the bash. 1 make •
itiecinltv f'f Logging
Shoes. Pants, Box, Shirts
Blan'/rt1. snd everything
raqalred Inrnnf hnntn^M
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
THE    LEADING    LADIES'   AND   MENS   TAILORS
TO THE PUBLIC
I would respectfully cnll your attention to my full line of Woollens just
received for Fall and Winter wear, comprising the latest styles, fabrics and
colorings in new and desirable effects.
I would also call your attention to the fact that 1 hnve taken a fnll
course of instruction in cutting men and women's garments at "the John J.
Mitchell Co." cutting academy, New York Cily.
Hive worked and gained practical experience with leading tailoring
establishments in the large cities, and can safely recommend myself as one
who   thoroughly   Understand   cutting,   designing   and   making  of men's and
women's garments.   Therefore, you could not do any better than leave your
order here for your Fall and Winter garments.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
^ HEAR THE STARS IN YOUR OWN HOME   ^
2»ti °*v AS ^
£ EDISON OR VICTOR MACHINE ^
Harrv Lander Ada Cal. Stewart
Mary Cai Elizabeth Spencer Will Oakland
i ollina .*.: Har: im!       Golden .*, Hugl VI
READY TO RESPOND TO YOUR CRY OF " ENCORE »
Newcombe
BB Pianos and Players
-^ SHEET MUSIC and all
hinds of small musical
Good .
All the latest "Rags" 3
THE BINGHAM MUSIC STORE,  MacKenzie Ave. z:
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rhe ,i' H'eii i being hen..I bj Mi.
Juslli •■ Murpl)j ii .1 .. ry Ml B.
li. MiTaggarl i appearing foi Mr«.
Hi-! ■ i , and Mr, L.O. kToPhillip , K.
C, for tho company.
ACROSS   FROM   "THE   CLUB."
Short on Coal
i r i'.'t.f "onpit aaant"
predicament t i be In, and
if you fir-- on to the fuel
lituation, you will place
your order now for a win*
ter'a luppl. of
COURSIER'S I
.EAN
t rco
COAL
YES! WE SELL
$6
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Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a line assortment of
Presb Meats the best ibal
monev ran buy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 17, 191.1.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAOB PIVSJ
REVELSTOKE CITY
AND DISTRICT
NO ALUM
Resources of our Inland Empire.—Revelstoke Geographical Center of Southern British Columbia.—Hub of
Timber Belt.—Mineral Zone.—Agricultural Lands.—
Vast Water Powers.—Government Lands now open
provide Homesteads for 30,000 prosperous Agriculturists—Scenic Attractions.—Industrial Possibilities.
The inhabitants ol Urittuh Uoluiiibiu
TIMBER
-vi'iy  advantage oi
will briny the
sail
are ot'ti'n accused by  those ignorant •!      In spile of
the vast resources of Canada's premiei) and climate which wm bring the ug-
pruviuce, of beiug biassed ln their fore i ii-ullinists in his tens of thousands 111-
castsof the future weulth uud popula-! lo our ferlile valleys, there will al-
lion of the province, und esi»eiiully iu ways remain throughout the Interior
regard to  that section known as THE'of   Driti>'h  Columbia,   large areas    of
I timbered  laud, uud  which,  under      lhe
careful systems of re'foreslration,   au<l
Introduced     by
nil
the West, the timber und minerals •(
B.C., andthe wheat of the Northwest,
could he floutfd at a minimum oi cost
and labor, via Portland to the Pacific
Ocean, This route has alrcudy received the unanimous backing of the Pro-
^^^^^^ ducera and  Merchants of Alhertu,     us
INTERIOR. timbered land, and which,  under     the  voiced in  their resolution atthe recent
There are even people iu the coast careful systems of refoiestratioii, and "Panama Grain Route" Convention in
cities, who, whilst only too willing to'protection now ln'.iij Introduced by the City of Calgary, when the Colum-
udmit the destiny of their own cent- the government, will stand for a1' bia River Grain Route was officially
ers, are still Incapable of doing even tune to come, among lhe greatest I recognised us a coming factor in the
bare justice to that greut Inland Em- limber producing ui-eas in the civile/.-1 trnnaport&tian situation of Nsrth Am
pire. Which in the la<t analysis is the cd world. There is scarcely a prom-
only justification for the existence of inent business man of Revelsloke, or
the entrepot business which uloue sup- any other interior town, who hus not
ports the rain-swept seaports of the in lhc past made large sums of money
Pacitic Const of Canada.
The  dweller    along  the
whiltil   boasting        of   hi        	
which   depends   upon   lhc handling    oi  markets,
ti-artlc destined   to be  consumed   in   thu   past,    ten
Interior, is   fooli--h   indeed   to   at tempi
BAKING
Wtim
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INDUSTRIAL POSSIBILITIES.
While Reveletoke thus occupies     an
exceptionally     strong     position as a
tratlic emporium, its outlook ls still
und   aided the development of the co-
oivan  shore,   untry,   by helping in some manner   toi brighter from an industrial and man-
prosperity,  get   this  timber   out   to    the  waifiag   iifactuiing point of view.     There are
uny 01 her explanation of his own prosperity, save un'l alone tbat the vast
development of the inside of the con-
tiii'-nt is the very creation of the sea
and railway born transferring of commodities by virtue ol wbich his own
i ities are being built.
MINING
One of the gicaiest direct causes •!
li,otic along om lull»ujs lunuiugto
the laiDi coast, is the recent developments in im.- 1'io.iiK .io.i ol minerals
throughout    the     Interior    o-f    Briusii
Columbia. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
rauU the coal   and Canadian Northern railways
ml iu the future as in the
of millions of dollars will
lie gained by the wide-awake lumber*
men, workers and dealers of these .districts, through the legitimate exploit
ation of the timber wealth of our
great province.
CITY OK REVELSTOKE.
Go where you will, you will tind no
better located point for the site of a
Oity than Revelstoke. lt is as nearly
as possible in the centre of that great
section of British Columbia extending
for a length of 350 miles between tbe
Crow's Nest and B.C. Southern rail -
way systems to the soutb and tbe
routes of the    Grand     Trunk Pacific
to
Foremost among the
.-liver lead, galena, copper and other
mines ol lhc district ol Root.-nay and
ihe Ciows N.-st Pass whilst the Sim-
llkamecu and adjacent territory presently being opened up by new unlwuy
construction is also commencing te>
swell the output of base uuel precious
metals. Under the stimulating in -
tluence of this mineral output, prosperous mining towns uud camps, p.-o
pled with the most capable uud high
est paid body ol skilled miners tu b^
lound in tin' Dominion, have sprung
into existence within th.- la-t ten
yeurs. Their centers, arc only lho
forerunners of the great wealth) cil"
ies which mi iiwti as -.ufficlent capital
is available, Will urise a* if by mugie*,
ui ihe iiralegetical points wbicb will lm
the   ti.ui-p.ii latiall   center,   ofthe   vu-t
well defined,   high grade,     mineralised
regions wbich are now being located
by prospectors aud governmenl geologic surveyors, throughout the lode
belts of thc interior oi Uriti-li Columbia.
FRUIT GROWINll
Another  of our  infant,   bin  .1. sim.-.l
to   be gigantic      industries,      is      lhu
Kieiit    Glowing     business,   throughout
the sheltered fertile   valleys   of     our
Interior.   The  vast  numbers of people
whose  prairie  crops of  Golden   Grain
wave over counties*  hundreds  ol  miles
of lnnd whereon  it   is    impossible      lo
grow fruit, possess ImjUi the    appetite
and   tlie   means  where with  to  satisfy
same; and in   the near  future   the  fruil
eating desire  of a  population of   tweu
ty  millions  of prosperous citizen-     of
the great  North West, will  have  to be
satisfied by   the   product-- of   B.C.     Interior frait   ranches and orchards.
AGRICULTURE).
But fruit growing is only one of  the
varied   ini'ii...,!        of   wresting  wealth	
from  B.C.  vnlley soils.   As  thcopcra   I whence most of  ih-   supplies will     be
tions ofthe  lumlicnnen  take   od      one.distributed (o   thr   tuun>*l   gangs    and
valuable      crop   of   produce, they  MS J when- tile wau"-    lull of approximately
succeeded by   the mixed 'ai nn
tears   out  the mumps   of thc
growths,   and re   plants thc   products
the north    ^^^^^^^^^
Prettily situated on the Columbia
River where it is crosBcd by the main
line of tbe Canadian Pacitic Railway,
it is also the junction with the main
line of the Arrowhead and Kootenay
Railway, which connects with the palatial sieaim-rs of the C.P.R. on thej
Arrow Lakes, and with tbe B.C. Southern, Columbia and Western, Crow'B
Nest Pass and Greal Nurtheru Railway systems to the south.
As tbe construction of the Graud
i i imk Pacific and Canadian Northern
railways to the north proceeds, and
these systems become extended into
the Canoe River valley and the territory tributary to the Big Bend of tbe
Columbia, tbey must seek connection!
with tbe south, and Revelsloke will be
tbe point of junction of the railway
systems of tbe future with those of
today as they traver-e the great valleys which radiate east and west,
north and south from this city as
their common centre.
RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT
As plnnl ni ihe giuaniii plan- lot
railway development centering on Revelstoko a- u great sirntrgviicul transportation center, the Canadiun Pacitic
-y-tem, Canada's premier tianscontm -
cnial route, have voted the -um ef
f0U,U0U,UU0tO be  expen.hd  during    the
yar-   1013 to I'.'l-. in double tracking,
their mainline from Oaigary tu Ravel-1    0ne of 'he most valuable assets
stoke und   Vancouver,    ihis    e.,igatiti,   """ *"-*-:-* '- "   -**— *-       *
LOOO miles of timber on the Columbia
River and its tributaries north of the
city. The expenditure involved in the
conversion ol this timber into a marketable product wlll not fall far short
of 127.5,000,000.
Water power is plentiful in the vicin
ity, the city having harnoesed one
stream to a capacity of 1.800 horse
power, which is offered for industrial
purposes at low rates.
In the valleys tributary to Revelstoke are ahout a quarter of a million
acres of land of good quality, and
which, when cleared of timber and
cultivated, is well adapted for fruitgrowing, poultry farming, dairying
stock raising, and general agriculture.
This land is capable of supporting a
rural population of 30,000 people.
Extensive and varied mineral de -
posits are known to exist in the neigh
borbood, and await development.
Cradled amid beaut if ul sseaes of
mountain and glacier, forest-clad bill
and vale, river stn am and lake; favored with an equable climate, Revel-
sto..e is one of the most picturesquely loiated of Canadian cities aad an
ideal town in which to make a home.
It is well lighted, has a high pressure supply of pure water which can
be extended to meet any future re-
iliiiiements. good drainage and sewerage, high-class educational institutions in the way of public and high
-e hools, a Y.M.C.A. with a well-
equipped gymnasium, two public parks
fair grounds, race track, magnificent
summer park on Mount Revelstoke
ronniM ted with the eity by rail, nice
homes and gardens, and in fact all
the modern conveniences that go to
make a town attractive from a residential point of view. (The great
summer and tourist resorts of the
Kocky Mountains arc within a few
hours reach.) Good fishing may be
had in many of the adjacent . treams
and lakes. Hunters will find here reports of big game with reliable guides
at call.
IDEAL  CLIMATE.
of
this city aud district, may bc mentioned
LANDS OPEN
The throwing open oi the Railwny belt
lands to settlement, enabling bona fide
honicscekers uud purchasers to take up
fony aciv sections of the soil of glor
ious Kootenuy, upon the most fuvor -
able terms.
SCENIC CAPITALIZATION.
The commencement of a unique scenic and tourist attraction, in the shape
of a road to the summit of Mount Revelstoke, built expressly for automobile
traffic,and giving access to the Mount
Revelstoke National Park, six thous ■
and feet heigh and forty-eight square
miles in extent, presenting a series af
magnificent views of the Great Selkirk
Mountains, with snow clad peaks, ice
fields, glaciers, and lhe wondrous Columbia River valley, said by world tra
celled tourists and Mountuin Climbers
io surpass lhe wildest dreams of fancy
for beauty and scenic features.
CAPITAL OF CANADA'S ALPS.
In anticipation of a vast tourist traffic, which the exploitation of those
scenic assets and the building of the
promised C.P.R. hotel and Mount Rev-
stoke Chalet guarantee for this city aii
energetic campaign of advertising and
publicity has been inaugurated.
Mrs. Schafer, the world renowned descriptive writer of the Canadian West,
has been engaged to prepare tbe manuscript of a lar^ee illustrated booklet describing the wonders of our surroundings, a strong branch ol tbc National
Travel Association is iu pro,ess of
formation, und with the Spring of 1914
ihe citizens will embark ona great pub
licity project, wherein these various items will be placed before the public of
North America, and in which scheme
tbe support of the C.P.R. and all its
agencies, is assured. These are a few
of the reasons why citizens of Revelstoke and District believe n their
home city, and explain the spirit of
optimism which prevftdes thenir of Rev
elstoke and surrounding territory.
Come to Revelstoke und be convinced
Fire Alarm Boxes
of thc market garden and  mixed farm;
insatiable   market
tbe district is its climate.   It is com
work   involving  the building  d'tun"- raratlvely mild, equable according to
net under the    mighty Selkirks,     „10 the seasons, salubrious, bright     and
rebuilding of  ib,-  big steel   hedge    ac *"nshlDy  throughout the  greater part
roastba Columbia at Revelstoke,  und ol the year.   The heat is not excess
lbs  laying of an  additional  se. of steel >ve »• midsummer; the evenings      are
through the en.iiv    mouniain Miction. «**«>*  pl««ntly cool.   The  winters
,, i     ,      r   „   i  ihi   „■ ,,l      I,.,   "re "ot extreme,  the temperature ra-
During  the progrr.-s of  tbis woik,    Ioi
-i   u„,.oi i,.lo   r»lv falling below zero, and then not
live years  now  commenced, Uevelstoke       * ■ ~
in . i     .,       ...,!..„    exceeding ten degrees below for a few
will Ik- the     center  mid pay     stution. • ,   '*
days in midwinter. The natural mo-
Mure is suflicienl to make irrigation
unnecessary. A more bracing atmosphere it would be difficult to find.
The Government records show summer nnd winter ranges of temperature
ns follows:
Summer—July, 1909, Maximum S9 deg
July 1909, Mean, 77 deg.* July 1909
Minimum, 10 deg.; July, 1909, Mean
49 deg.
Winter—January,   1910,  Maximum,  40
dee.; Jan. 1910, Mean, 27 deg.; Jan
1910, Minimum, 12 below zero, Jan
1910, Mean   17above zero.
Precipitation—Summer,  1909,   2.32  in.
rain; Winter, 1910, 1.11 la. rain; win
ter, 1910, 22.20 in. snow.
The altitude of    Revelstoke is 1,400
It i*     sub
who' |12,<XNl,00U will bc disbursed and circu-
forest  luted.
OOLUMBIA  RIVER NAVIGATION.
In addition  to these vast s< b.-mes ,,f
which   railway   development,   another  project
the   same   	
gapos open for the products of    thc of International importanos has recent
orchard, is waiting to swallow up   the  ly bci-n  ronimenci-d.'hving  nothing  less
produce of   the   celery   and      tomntoe   than lhc rendering suitable for navica-
field,    the  potato    row,  and tho   cnb-   linn    of tho world's  Seventh    largest
bagc patch.   In the samo manuer     ns  river fort he entire distiui.e Irom Revel-
the present day smiling fields and   pas-jstoks to thc PltdQo OotaD at   Portland
lun-of Old Ontario Wen  hewn out   ol  Oregon.   The  U.S.   government      have
the wilderness ol but tbriv short  gen \ already -pent 15,000,00010 wmk on ths
ciation- agone,   o  -hull Ihe fertile val-   lower      Columbia, mid   the    Dominion
leys and   hillsides ol   British    Columbia   Trea-ury, at   the la-t   Ottawa    ■
blossom ns the rose  uuder   ihe    eflorts  voted a sum of 110,000 to pay the    el* | ^e^,^,^,^,^—
nl a race of pionwrB and   a OfrieuKur- Ipsnssi of a survey and hydrograpMoal '*ot B•,0,,^ "'a level, and ... .„    „„„
Ist*. More whose labors, backed     hy Investigation, Which  i-now „■ tunlly nt l*rt to p«cl1c Coast wlnd-< Influence
irsoiirivl of -ejcieOOS and   money    uiiat-   work making a  complete  chart Ol     the   " ""  "
flilfilil.- in iheir forefather   ol lh-'   Km-   upl" i   i ner fiom  Revel loid to  ItM  In-
phe Ooye.ll I .   the ti-rroi   „i tb,. we    Drnitionsl i.m.    it is proposal     tu        RECENT  DEVELOPMENTS,
tun wild    are even bow tod   l*fnm provide • ten loot channel from   Revel.    Among ttani developments at Rrv-
oui   eyes, bdng  rsplaosd  bytb.'    houn     toke down  the mighty  artery of     the tlstoks, inl a-   additional   proof ol  tho
tenipoai i-   ami plenty of a highly'U1   Oolumbia along whieh ai the cbsap-xt, uwrgyaad abiHtyo! it- eitiiaoi   and
tivated luud. ««sic»i and ustur»l trsfflc highway  olithsu ultimate laitb ia tbs future    el
a guarAntt* nf moisture and mlMnesn
vnrlod with  fine Bnd sunny wr-alher.
Signals are given thus:
Two Strokes, Interval five seconds,
tour strokes, Box 24. No. of box will
also be shown indicator at fire ball.
Practha signal—Six (6) strokes of
bell slowly.
Testing signal—Three (3) strokes' of
bell slowly.
Fire Out signal—Two (2) strokes of
bell slowly.
Defect signal—One (1) stroke of bell
slowly,
FIRE BRIGADE NO. TWO.
Box No. 11—Corner Firet street and]
McKenzie avenue, C. B. Hume & Co.
Box No. 15—Corner First street and
Rokeby avenue, Post Office.
Box No. 16—Corner Second street
and Government Road and Opera
House.
Box No. 17—Comer    Third    street'
and Campbell avenue,    Globe Lumber
Company.
Box No. 18—C. P. R. Station.
Box No. 24—Corner Filth street and
McKenzie avenue, Catholic Church.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth street &
Orton avenue,  W. A. Foote
Box No. 26—Corner Fourth street j
and   McAartbur avenue.
Box No. 27—Corner Fourth street &
Townloy avenue.
Box No. 2S—Corner   Second   street ■
nnd Robson avenue,  Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Flrc Hall No. Two.
Box  No   35—Hospital.
Box No. 36—Central School.
Box No.  37—Selkirk School.
FIRtt  BRIGADE) NO  ONfl.
Box No. 44—Flrc Hall No. One.
Box No. 45—Front street west, near
C.P.R. bridge.
Box No. 46—Corner King and Douglas afreets.   Palaco Meat Market.
Box No. 47—Cornor   Second   street
and Wales sireet; back ol Courthouse
Box  No. 48—Corner Third and Charles streets, Cowan block.
The Fire Alarm Boies to ne kept
closed when not in use.
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SIDES and DOUBLE BOTTOM.    Average time of Passage under 6 days.
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Sept.  13, Oct. 4 and 25, Nov. 19. December 6th.
NEW   YORK-LIVERPOOL WEEKLY  SERVICE
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results in recommendation and so our
business grows.
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It vvill pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. 0. Drawer No. 4.   Telephone No. 321.
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2—2 x 4   2 x 6    $13
No.    1-2 x 8 „    $19
No.    1-2x10   2x12    $20
We nre overstocked in No. _' and No. I l>dar
dimension and nfTer nlxivc price* U long as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.l
Manufaeturers of Aerated Waters
ShiloAM
The  f.milv  remedy   for   Couth*  *nd Cold.
'Shilob com se  little  *nd do..  •» mucbr
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Oaigary Beer PAGE 8TX
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVkL&TOKE
WEDNESDAY, t-'M*1"'
1911
City C
a
ity -uouncii in
Regular Meeting
Draft Contract covering supply natural gas from Arrowhead  to  Revelstoke   fully"  discussed.   Auditor   Stein
.been ullie-ially  notified as t.e  the Hliort
ago oi* tin' whole business and In my
opilnion bef'ore our year expiies wo
should put au audit before the people,
signed by Stein & Co., u< tho municipal auditors,
Muyot* T. Kilpatrick—We do nol
know yut where wc stand exactly, re-
uueirts for proofs of payment in somo
cases are ignored, This thing- may go
oil  ior years  and  we  cannol   tell  until
ih.- tax sales when production oi     i*e-
to   furnish   Exhaustive   Report City- Books   to   end ™»\8.   ot  ™™n\. wil' * £oi'ced'
* J t'oul.l one of the aldermen be
September for Publication.   Routine Business.
The city council mot in regular meet-  thousand foot    ainl the Oo. lay
ing on Fri.lay evottlng.    Mayor T. Kil-  pipes.
patrick  occupied  the chair.   Also  pres-1    AM.McSorley—I do   not   like the ag
ent Aldermen W.H. Horobin, H.F. Mc-  rceinent  very much anel wc  should    g
Kinnon,    H.J.   McSorley,      Oity Olerk  into the     matter very    carefully,      we
Gordon real ilie minutes of last mooting and which were adopted,
BOULEVARD TAX.
Mayoi   T. Kilpatrick,  Aldermen    MeKinnon.   Horobin,      McSorley  and F,
B,,ume, were named as constituting the 'and
Court oi Revision on lite Boulevard
sent
sessment.
Mrs, Mathie put in her appeal againl
st the Boulevard assessment on the
ground that the boulevard opposite
her property was put in at private ex-
pense -oun- years before thc city undertook the boulevard construction,
and that this work was done after au
intervi.-w and with the consent of the
Council of that time, in 1'JUl.
.Mayor T. Kilpatrick—The new by -
law schedule is to put the tax ou thosu
whose property was boulevarded.
Mr, Ma ihie—I have always had a
'i'i i-ent rate, whilst the regular rate
was 7u cen is per 26 ft. lot. But this ar
rangement uu Icr ihe new schedule,
makes wo pay ibe full uew tigures, although [always had a reduced rate foi
the work 1 didmyself after consulting
the council and with that arrungemonl
.Mayor T. Kilpatrick—-This old sched
uie seems absolutely illegal and wrong
from start to finish. This is a terrible
mess.
Aid.  MeKinnon—That is another
might  take up something  un 1  mislead
the  people who  rely upon  us.
Aid, Bourne—Tho clause requiring us
to lay   mains should  he oul out,      thai
would   be as big a  job as   ihe   sewers,
we  are     called upon to  compete
with our electric plaut,
Mayor Kilpatrick—We should do everything possible to help ihis new do
velopmenl, but we should nol ol
course jump at anything.
Aid. McSorley—Tlie price isa very ini
portant matter. ThcrelB the point as
to whether we ought to sign anything
involving light which nii till t compote
with iln- rity plant.
Aid. MeKinnon—The price is an im-
portant matter.
Aid. Horobin—This mie-lil bo hauled to tho water and liee.li! committee lo
see lhe city solicitor and obtain data
as to lhe relative values of eas and
eoaf  oil,  electricity, ele-.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—If this lurned
ollt alright il would bea hi-j iliingtor
Revelstoke and district,
Mailer referred to Waler anl Light
committee.
CITY SOLICITOR.
t iiy solidtor wroi- giving In- opinion on certain matters as requested,
1.—The action recommended in     the
round  lo  interview   Ihese hurd eases.
Aid.  McSorley—1 think that on   the
iu„ 130th September quarterly audil of the
city a full   slalenienl   from   Stein    ami
o. of thoir report  to that date cover-
i)g  tho  special audit should appear; it
would not be final, hut it would cover
up iei  that date.
Mayor T,  Kilpatrick—Thai is     thu
suggestion  of   Messrs.   Stein it  Co. and i
we- will adopt  same.
REPORTS.
Committee on lho "Anstie'1 cement
sidewalk repoi led that as Mr. Anstie
wn prepared to proceed with the work1
on ii cash one payment basis, they
thought lho job might he done ii ilu-
owner would   undertake  Maine mi sm-h a
basis.
FIELD  ACCOUNT  OF    (MU.00
An account ot ¥10 from CM. Kield,
ioi extra work In connection with lho
assessment, was referred to the city
solicitor,
McKBNZlB CROSSING.
Aid. McSorley brought up thc matter of ihe McKenzie avenue crtssiug,
an I lho promise of the C.P.R. to give
definite Information luter. (Jity Clerk
Instructed lo write the C.P.R., and
biiiiL: tho matter again to their notiee.
FINANCE.
'llie .isual accounts were passod ior
payment,
Hack hire—Aid. MeKinnon drew at-
i  iii on iii lhe lii-.li     charges lor   hac\
lure for   police   [lUipOSO■■'.
1    think  ihai for a   town of  ihissize,
is another    of case of certain men who deserted  iheir
the dark horses ,,f the Lawson rcgenie. families and loft  same as slcs  and des-
This  court of  revision  should  stand tituie on the city was  tnat   steps     he
adjourned until the 15th, Monday,    to taken under the existing law   lo    find
enable us to  uet to  ihe bottom  o'. this | the  musing  nun  ami   proceed  against
business, and I   move accordingly. them.
Aid.    McBorloy—J second   lhal.—Car- 2.—Bell-Miller     Pipe       Line.    A   new
ried unanimously,   The council I hen ro ! copy of suggested  agreement us  draft-
ed by lhe city solicitor was submitted
the new agreement providing i*..i the
Cos! ol laying an I  maintaining tlle pipe
thc
lB  being borne by thc   Bell-Miller   parties.
W. II.  Horobin—Will tho city  derivi
any  benefit or revenue from  this'   pipe
line.
I    Aid,
have
Bourne—Of
put in a  lot
sinned ordinary business.
COMMUNICATIONS.
Mr. C.W.   Taylor  placed before
-.ouncil a   diaiioi an agreement
IoIIqws
GAS KOH RB\ BLSTOKE.
Agreement   between Corporation of the
City  of  RevcWtoke, and  Chas.  W.
Taylor,  ol   \ ictoria'—
Whereas thecontractor  is engaged itl ^reipitrc a gii.-,i-.,in,-
dnliiiig tor   natural    gas   nuar  Arrow- |
head,  Briush   Columbia,   ami  proposes
io supply il*.-  same toi   fuel,  lighting ii.
power, to lhe     various       municipalities
throughout the   district b-)    means      ol j
pipe une-ior  conveying same io     thei
points   eil   consumption;      and   ■.hereas]
the oity   deem ii  expedient, and  in  us
Interest,    and   to   its  advantage      te
nterinto this agreement with the con-1
tia- ior for  the purposes     of  obiaimug .
ior the  city a   supply ot  natural     gas i
for these purposes of light, heating and ,haV" pa"* **"'ir '
power, u  I u ' 'd't    for monie
Now,   in   the event ofthe  contractor | """>' d«rk ol "">' ",h'!   ; '
Obtaining   natural  gal n, paying   quutt-  f0r th«     rV  "'    !" •'■*""-   '»"«      ^nd
..ud instal.iiiga uansmWsion line that such ail'*:"     WM
■ii^ey same lo the boJtdane.eei the   l"":""l>'     lnVM' '
uy, thc city will at once proceed with 8tatera«l     in upport.
isUUation ofthe neces  iry mains \arj """'"'"
.nd other equipment tot supplying I
ity   a-.d  its Inhabitants   wuh natural
gas for fuel, light  and hcutuig   j   rpos
ourse these  pcopli
.1    pipe, ail i Ihey
-I Bome kind.
Aid. MeKinnon—I move that ihis
matter be refer'ed to the Public \v..ri..
and Water . omtm11■-• There i- a
clause there providing ior a docreusu in
thc rate bul no provision foi an In-
e rea • -.  thai  - hould be-  looked  into
;!.—li.- ciiyt'ie ■ k  Lawson    and     h.-
eases of parties who,   whilst  they   cannot produce receipts i..i taxi
willing to  make- ,n  utndavit   the*
paid the same.    Citj    solicitOI    ...\cln-
opinion that i!!•   pa lie    claiming
the  poire'  department is  very,      very
expensive.
Aid. McSorley—Far   ihe pasi    month]
in -ii   lhe town  Iui-looked   scry  quiet,
BLECTRIC SKINS.
The mattei of defining the class oi
sign- io reel 'ive the Hat rate was re
ferrcd to the  light  committee.
Aid. Horobin brought up the matter
of certain urgent repairs to road leading io the- fair grounds.
May.a T. Kilpatrick—Tho foreman
will  attend  to that.
Meeting adjourned 11 :S0 p.m.
Get Job Work Done At Home
of way o
SAiiE
Mi. R.Laugh
ed tor pei i.
i.       old
v alue.
A   I    M
Aldi  man
es, and will take irom the contractor,
or his . signs ich gratuity o: natural gas for  fuel lighting or  heat.J.  pur
.s ;h«  city  iiiay  require, on    the ' next to hi
terms and at   ihe prices hereafter  mentioned,    aud  will  pur
Bupply fi om the contractor =o
th-.- contra' tor  carry  out   the
. as ol this agreement.
The net  price of natural  gas  auppH- •
.. the   contractor   *.e, the   city    and
MUiuaera  within tho  - itj    . ... -
-ball not exceed  lhe following  rates
Kor   lomesti    and lighting pt
35 . per 1000 cubic feet.
For power purposes ..... per  	
et.
The    i on*.: .-.-■.      to cO
ling   I .■ .:.':. ■  i   ,
I uu; Lhe  date   h . . /  that   il
in ■ . quantities   e-..i
overed   ■■■,   him near   Arro
■■ l  from  da--   hon ...f     i hi    agree
ihall   i e null aird   void, and     in
the own*,   of 'he-   ,,, tra toi
n i  iral   gaa within   th.-   | eriod   of  six
monthe he   .-hall   tin n   wi  bio   ont   yeai
fri m the if  e,,,i| lets the    in
stiuetie.noi the necessary tiansne
Lu-- in order tr, convey and deliver
.-.iso, the-'ity f,nd lnhabitiintH thereof. Thi agrc tar lent .hall remain in
force for t-,via:> yeai an.l shall be
ratified by tiii., ratepayers in accord
ing with the ro unicipal act,
Aid MrKig non-- There are some
things about this I do not iollow.—
The clause-de nandini: the rity to lay
pipi In thi '-i ty in very peculiar, what
would -ui ut- ite commercial quantities
Tl -   . is   mig ht pan out.
W.H, Heei •> uin—1 tbink the price   are
C-llioibltant i> ompaied   with   the  ,-ity of
Calgary  gett ing  gus at   10 cents    per
t
*    .
b i
son   li .
■       „
A   1.   *.i
Kinnon
btem   ,-. ,     ■ lingly.
"How  niiiii  do you  i-hargo for   one
thou uul letter heads" is a question
Which   the manager of a priming office
..- asked almost every day of the Wi-ek
- That depends pretty much on   tbe
..  oi the paper," he replies.
I'ne  e ustomer  usually remarks  that
-  a fairly   good class  of paper,
and is shown Samples ol several grad.
-.   whr-h  he  makes a choice.  As
Utelj   a-  not  be    elects a high grade
■■•.In h  calls for a     rather
However,  ne is shown    a
.  e        paper     which     he   -au
.   ind   lellvei   : ior {5.50.
sia  biow,  puckers     up
,r. I he  will call
. to his u;*
:aail  ..r.lei
..ar    of-
. .
or cU..     I
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a
...
o
I as tbs    a
D -1
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lit    hii
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uy.
And  all  t! otei
•        . ,f   allele-
a
ftin •    Ip   I'hr.i..
10 the .Mail IP-raid  Office If  you   **0l
• i  llfhl  on  thii
iu i ■-   own or oth' i »l
-<-    en   .norvie ■ .   ■ fitl
P.O   Hot   'I I   and  ml  information and
■  ll   i'ladlv   I.'-  i'ivf!0 We
. irything    prtotabli    0»refal
Aid
hed.
Mayoi   I    I-.   -
, .
ices in  full.
Ud   mi-.-.
er   ..'■■,.     j     ratei      tnd
■
the house 'ei Mi
should b" pud  ui'l -in- owner
that, these - hai tainii
perty.
There    i    I h<    matlt   o    !
Mi     I. IW On
Aid. Bourne    \  i'   gnat   •   •
III   Iml  DOVPI    ;e   ' pt"'l
AI• I   Horobin   I ' be   llll   Itj cli
.Mayoi  t.  Kilpati H k   i ben
que tion di lol   bai  be i   off th
Aid. MeKinnon   The peopl W 'o mail ordori
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It means SATISFACTION in PRICE,
STYLE, QUALITY  and DELIVERY.
Let ns estimate for your next job, or ask
us for ideas, specimens, information—we
can help you.
We Trint
Catalogues - Billheads - Cards - Menus
Ball Programs - Books and Booklets
Loose Leaf Account Forms - Envelopes
Programs - Wedding Stationery - Tags
Memoriam Cards   -   Lumber Forms, Etc.
Mail-Herald Electric Vress
Revelstoke,  B. C. Phone No. 8
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. WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  17, l'JIU.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVEN
i
Free I'ublic Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second floor.
New House Furnishing and Carpel
0t)p.iri:n3il o.i Saca.iJ Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. J4ume 8t Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
For the Children
Those Wash Suits .-ind Dresses for hoys and tfirls
are easily done np and always look neat and clean.
A (eu nf each left nml still on sale.
Fall and Winter Goats
A Inrjre assortment (ef Children's and   Misses Fall
ail'! Winter ('outs; popular styles ami colors.
Ladies' Skirts
A very full ratine of these  in Serges,   Panamas  and
nnx^ei goods, dressy styles, leading colors.
Fancy Collars
ri show .-.is" full of   very attractive  collars   in   latest
st\ les ami colors.
Ladies' Fall Coats
The advance styles of Ladies' New Fall Coats, with
low lielt ami Balkan effects are especially interesting.    Let us show vou them when in the Store.
sitfrnmrnmrnmrmfm
3
I Millinery Opening
£
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3
3
3
3
3
3
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We will be pleased to have
you come in and inspect our
display of Fall Millinery. A
full range of the most popu-   ^
lar styles from the leading   =3
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Children's Rompers
See the Rompers made trom  the best O'.d Country
Galatea and Denim,   All sizes at d5   PER PAIR
Underwear
The "Non-Nettle" Union Goods are warm and comfortable.   All si/es for Ladies and Children, at	
 35cand $1.00
Ladies' Suits
We claim for our Ladies' Tailor-Made Fall Suits
three outstanding points -Latest in Style, Highest
in Quality, Lowest in Price. New Cloth and New
models.     We guarantee to please you.
Ladies' Sweaters
The weather is getting cooler now and we bave just
what   you  need   in   All-Wool   Sweaters.   Assorted
styles, colors and prices.
20th CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING
FOR   THE   BEST   DRESSED   MEN
Our New Lines of Fall and
Winter Clothing have just
arrived. All are fashioned
in the matchless manner
found only in 20th Century
Clothing.
New Suits in worsteds and
tweeds, showing the new
full one-piece back and the
semi full back ; also the
more staple and conservative designs.
A wide range of the new-
cloths and models in Overcoats. We are featuring
the full Ulster, either with
the new shawl collar or the
collar with wide lapels. A
neat and classy line of dress
Overcoats have also been
added to our unusually
wide range.
Suits. - $20to$35
Overcoats, $22 to $35
Our^ Grocery and Crockery" Department
PICKLES
How about your Pickling Onions and Cucumbers. We have them fresh every
morning, also green tomatoes, ripe tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower and celery. Best
qjality of malt and white wine vinegar.
PRESERVING  FRUITS,  VEGETABLES
Preserving Peaches are now coming in from Summerland every day.   Leave your
order with us and be sure of price and quality being right.
Apples, Plums, Grapes, Pears, Canteloupe, and all seasonable fruits in stock all the time.
Carrots, Beets, Turnips, Squash, Pumpkin.
i ifr ill i$ ifr ifr fl ill ifr fl $ fl fl ill fl ill tt' fl $ fl '!■ it' 'I* 'I' 'I» '1' fl 'I' ill it' 'I' fl fl 'I' fl flfl
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PINTS, QUARTS AND HALF GALLONS
JEI.LV  glasses
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Flower Pots and Butter Crocks
Just arrived—a shipment of Flower Pots, all sizes.     Get the ones you want before it
is loo late.
GOOD SUPPLY OF BUTTER CROCKS JUST IN.
We are unloading to-day a carload of New Baled
Hay.   Order early.
House   Furnishing   Department
A New Lot of Curtain Goods just opened up, in Scrims,
Madras and Nets.
lt wiil pay you to look over our Table of Wall Paper Bargains this week. The Prices are right as the goods must
go. PAGE   rtlGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
•WEDNESDAY,  SEPT. 17,  19IX
FIFTY-TWO
FALL FAIRS
IN B. C.
Fifty-two IftU's will be held thii
year in British Columbia. The farthest west (air will be in Alberni and
the extreme north fair will bo held in
Fort George. Golden will have the
farthest east fair and Grand Forks
will limit the lairs to tbe Bouth. The
province has been divided into six
circuits, The dati-s (or tho fairs were
arranged t>y 'he B.C. Fairs nBBOda -
'. ion.
First Circuit*.—
Cobble Hill—Sept. 3.
Nanaimo—Sept.   Iti,   17, 18.
Alberni—Sept. 17.
1-lands—Sept,   17.
Comox—Sept.  IS,   10.
Cowiehan-Sept,   19, 120.
Victoria—Sept.   *J2-27.
N. anl B. Saanlcb—Oct. 3, 4.
Se'Ond Circuit:—
Vancouver—Aug. 30-Sept. 6.
North Vancouver—Sopt.  I",  18,  19.
Delta—Sept.  19,  20.
Cojuitlam—Sent.   1'.'.
Mission—Sept.  2:i, 24.
Maple  Ridge-Sept.  21, 25.
Curqultlnm—Sept. 27.
New  Westminster— Sept.  .'I0-Oct.   4.
Third Circuit:—
Kent—Sept. 11, 12.
Abbotstord—Sept.   13.
Chilliwack—Sept.   1-6,17.
Aldei'L'rovi'—Sept. 1*.
Surrey   Bopt.  23.
Langley—Sept,  24.
Matsqui—Sept. 2.r>,  26.
Richmond—Sept. *.!('., -7.
Fourth Circuit:—
Salmon  Arm—Sept.   2:!,  24.
Kamloops—Sept.   ■Jl-ati.
Kelowna—Oct.   1,   2.
Armstrong—Oet.  8,  9.
Penticton—Oct. 27, 28.
Summerland—Oct. 29-31.
Okanagan Valley Apple Show, Nov-
•I   te.   7.
Pit th Circuit:—
Windermere—Sept.  1, 2, 3.
Golden—Sept. 5. 6.
Nicola   (Merritt I—Sept.   10.
Trail—Sepl.   10,  17.
Revelstoke—Sept.   16-1*8,
Cranbrook—Sept.  18,  19.
Crawford Bay—Sept. 20.
Nelson—Sept.  211,  24,  25.
Gtand Forks—Sept. 2&\ Hi.
New Denver—Sept.  30, Oet.  1.
Arrow Lakes—Oet. 2, 3.
Greenwood—Oet.  7,  fc.
Kaslo—Ot.   I I.  15.
Siith Circuit:—
Enderby—Aug. 20.
Fort Qeorge—Sept. 16, 17.
Quesnell—Sept.  19.
Elk Valley—Sept.  20,
Bella Coola—Sept. 30.
Graham    Island   (Lawn Hill)— between  Se'pt. 8 and 20.
Bulkley   Vail y—Between   Sept.   30 &
■Oct.  15.
(£M5(a5Mara®soraj5isia/aiarsjsEjaa
I OAEDS
E*SEJ5J3jaa/Ei5f&'EJSiasjaiH5Er5(5JsrtEi
O. B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR
Ofllce: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
w.
H.
WALLACE
, M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 20:
, Telephone
313. Revelstoke
BURGESS AND TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0. Box 317        Kamloops, B.C.
Branch  Office—Watson  Realty   Co.
HARVEY. McCARTER
AND PINKHAM.
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc
Imperial  Bank   Building  Revel'
stoke, B. G.
Money to Loaa.
Offices— Revelstoke,    B.   O.
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Jeo. 8. McCartsr,
A.  M. Pinkham, J. A.  Harvey
•......•   it Cranbrook
.■t
.-' hool of    Mu Ic and    Oratory, under
Direction of
PROP. C   0   BROWNELL.
T  . bing r.:ino, ur^an, Violin,  Void
• ie,:    Singing   ml   Speaking,
( .e., hing    I- ays    and    Acting.      St.
Rrancii   Hal. on    McKeniie   Avenue
COURT
MT.      BKGBIK.    No.  1411.
OF I.  O. F.
Meets In I. 0. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday ln month. Vieiting brethren cordially welcome*.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   B.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Hee
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment
District, Province of British Columbia.
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Saturday, the Uth day of October, A.D., 1913, atthe hour of IO o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B. C, I shall sell at Public Auction
the lands hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent
taxes unpaid by said persons, on the 31st day of December, 1912, and for interest, costs and expenses,
including the cost of advertising the said list if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST   ABOVE   ^LEHsTTIOIsTBID
Name of Person Assessed
Chas. F. Lindmark	
E. W. B. Paget	
A. M. Craig	
J. B. Old	
Joseph Grafton „ ~	
Mike Grady	
P. J. Olson	
F. C. Elliot -	
Est. Wm. Baty	
Mrs. Ellen McDougald -	
P. J. Olson _	
M.Grady	
C. E. Wallis -	
L. Thompson and H. MeCarter	
J. C. Montgomery — _
Metropolitan  Gold and Silver   Mining  Company..
Benjamin Nash
L. F. McDougald 	
D. Woolsey
A. M. Pinkham
P. J. Olson . 	
W. F. Ogilvie _         -
Arrow Lake Orchards, Limited
Short Description of Property
Pt.
Sub. 21
L. F. McDougald .
Captain L. H. Fraser
F. A. Currier, et al
A. A. Burton
Nettie Marshall
Pt.
Pt
Lots 14 to 29. 38 to 40
of Lot 7 G. 1. K. D.
Lot 501
"   769
"   864
"   869 Lots 6 to 13 Map 905 "
" 1138-1139
•' 1143
" 1147
.. U47
" 1784
" 2112 Galena Bay
" 3945 Arrow Lake
" 4467 Duncan River
" 4951 Ferguson
" 6939 ^i Interest 6910
•' 7047 Ferguson
" 7159 Edgewood
' 7544 Arrow Lake
" 7598 Arrowhead
" 7599
" 7635 Galena Bay
' 7958 Arrowhead
" 7976 Arrow Lake
" 7980     "
" 8031     "
.. g033     .«
'• 8034     "
.. g035     ..
.. g049     ..
" 7633 Burton City
•• S177 Fosthall
•' 8143
•■ 8402
8501 McDonald Creek
" 8509        •' 	
8511
" 8156 Arrow Lake
.. gl30     ..
S163      "
-185     "
823 • Burton
-To.") Burton
Taxes
Acres
'.i'.i
$407 10
293
29 50
106
10 00
145
29 00
328.91
63 50
314
100 00
320
103 60
149
24 00
1
27 20
320
156 00
160
53 20
160
12 00
153
91 80
315
213 90
80
19 20
400
144 00
1280
160 00
154
44 00
98.5
64 00
162
20 00
159
25 00
136
78 00
93
54 00
640
324 00
640
264 00
626
324 00
150
102 OO
286
66 80
557
224 00
640
232 00
640
224 00
460
156 00
355
128 00
320
12<> 00
320
120 00
270
164 00
324
35 00
135
21 75
144
25 00
120
36 00
317
50 00
40
20 80
School
Tax
28 35
11 50
20 50
1!) 15
Interest
18 00
■12 (15
i122 05
1 75
60
:? 29
2 80
.r) 40
21 20
2 25
:. oo
26 55
6 55
t;o
7 20
76 25
1 20
13 05
(I 40
2 50
9 25
70
1 50
11 48
5 65
36 15
20 88
34 20
IS 90
4 90
17 80
20 40
19 75
12 55
11 05
'.1 10
10 08
10 110
2 10
1 15
1 35
2 15
2 70
1 86
Costs C&
Exp'nses
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 <>0
2 00
2 00
2 uu
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 UO
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 0u
2 0u
2 00
2 Ou
2 0u
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 OU
2 00
2 (Hi
Total
$ 534 05
33 25
12 60
34 29
68 30
107 40
155 15
69 75
54 70
184 55
80 90
14 60
101 00
292 15
22 40
159 05
168 40
48 50
75 25
22 70
28 5i>
91 48
61 65
362 15
286 88
360 20
117 90
73 70
243 80
254 40
245 75
170 55
141 05
131 10
132 W
176 60
57 10
24 !K)
28 35
40 15
97 35
24 66
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C. September 2nd, 1913.
N. R. BROWN,
Deputy Assessor and Collector.
r    i .   r  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M
A. Q   BROOKER. Secretary.
SELKIRK      UODOI  12.   1.  O.  O.  T.
Meeta every Thursday evening la
Selkirk Hall at It o'eloek. Vt«1tlai
brethren eordially Invited.
JAS   MATHIE. Sac
O. W. O.  W.
Ifouataln View Camp.  Mo.
IM
Meeta Secoad    and      Fourth  Wednee-
days    la each   month  In    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen  are
eordially Invited to atund
JAMEB  McINTYRa,  O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
KOOTENAY     LODOE. No. U A. 1".
•ud A. M.
Regular meeting! are held Id MASONIC TEMPLE. Oddfellowi" Hall
nn tbe Third Monday In eaeb month
at I p. m.     Viaitlng brethren     are
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSB No. 1«U
Meeta every flrat and third Tuesday In Odd fe. I owe Hall. Viaitlng
brethern cordially (■▼lied to attend.
A. OranL Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Be-retary.
■
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crl at * I
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hr ttiroet anil luniri.        :i        t:        tl cent!
.ie   !.■   :i nr.-1 [orai supplied,
:   .villi   then  actual  wimatur-
OCi UpatioOt,      and
111   ' lei' oa   •'       'll
ni   , nature, tiv nature
>,(|     |.  &e e.    ,,f       rt'Bi-
•■■      member   of    the'   lirm
■   given
-   accompanied )>y
,ii i red Imnk
.1 ihe Honour -
i,f   I'ulilie   W..rk , aq<
cn' ' In p.o. I   nf     lhn
■ -li-i , iv hi' li will 1* lot'
'■ i..i< ' .ii   dei line tn
> i '   when oalled upon
mpll   ' III'     WOlle
it the tender l»'    not
l the   cheque will Ih-   returned.
','    nol  innl itaolf
1 . ■      I I      owe ii.   eniii'i.
iiv ordei,
i: 0,  DBSROOHER8,
Secretary.
Department nf Public WorkJ,
mm iw■,. September ,*■), 191S.
Newspaperi mil not be paid for   this
ntlvri i "tni'iii If the; in-eert it without
authority from 'lie Department.
Ut   ill,    Kept     13,   2isS.
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining right! of the Dominion
In .Mmi,totia, Saskatchewan and Al-
iierta, the Yukon Territory, tbe
i North-went Territories and in a por-
tton of the Province of British Col-
imieiii, may he leased tor a term of
'wenty-oue years at an anuual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than
J.5MI acree wlll l>e leaeed to one applicant.
Application for leaie must he mads
tiy the applicant in person to the
Agent or Huh Agent of the district
In which tbs rights applied for are
situated.
The leaae will Include the roil mining rights only, hut the leeeee may
he permitted to purchaae whatever
available surface rlghta may be eon-
eidered necessary tor tbe working ol
the mine at tbe rate ot {10.00 a*
acre.
In surveyed territory tbe land must
be deecribed by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall he etaked mil by tbe ap -
plicant  himself.
Eaeb applicant mist he accompanied hy a fee of I.'i which will he refunded If the rlghta applied for an
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at tba
rate of five centa per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shaH
f*.n null the Agent with sworn return*
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay. the
royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rlghte are not being operated, suoh
returne should be furnished at leaet
once a year.
For full Information application
•hould be made to tbe Secretary ol
tbe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Landa.
W. W. OORY. WEDNESDAY, SFT
IJKTv
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE N1NB
Mountain Lumbermen
Discuss Royalties
Hon. W. R. Ross, Minister of Lands, Sits in Commission
of Inquiry -Representatives Interior Lumbering Business put case for Stability.—State Position of Industry
ask definite laws of Government Charges and Regula-(
tions covering thirty years
On Tuesday, Soptember 10th, a very
.important meeting took place at Rovolstoke, when Hon. W.R. Ross, Minis -
ter ol Lunds, sitting as u commission
•of inquiry, iu company with high officials of hia department, lucludiug Chief
Forester H.R. McMillan, Secretary G.
Grainger, and others, met represents. -
■tivOH of the Lumber Industry, timber
limit owners and licensee-, and other
intere-'tcel parties from the Interior oi
British Columbia, to discuss the government proposals regarding tho poliey
to be followed in respect of the great
timber industry  of the province.
The Lumbermen presented a state -
nieut of their case prepared in view of
the proposed action of thc government,
as follows:
Recommendations of Coast Lumbermen to Honorable W. R. Robs,
Vancouver,  Sth Soptember,  l'J13:
In Regard to Timber Royalty Legislation, as mi bin it ted to and approved
by a miss meeting of Lumber Manufacturers aii'l Timber Holders, held in
Vancouver, B.C., Wednesday, '.lv I Bep-
tembcr,  1913.
That in regard to increasing oi Royalties, th.' Lumber Manufacturers' and
Timber Holders would respectfully submit that tho industry gen'rally is not
in a |ee,-itioti to beat same, and that
any increase will be a serious matter,
If. however, our contentions iu this
respect arc not entertained wo would
then >a_'e;est the following alternative
as Iwiui; a fair equitable basis of settlement for that portion of the province lying tetht>we»t of the Cascade
or Coa-t District:
Royalties West of the Oasoade or
Coast District—Royalty charges to remain as at present until 191G, 1916 to
1981, Royalty to bo increased to Tj
cent- pel M on all No. 1 and *J tir and
spruce an I No. 1 cedar. No. 3 tir. Item
loek. balsam, cottonwood, spruce, and
low grade'  Cedar to   remain at 50  oents.
1921 to 1926—-Royalty to bo increased
U> tl DO pei U on all No. 1 and No. 2
Ur ani spruce and No. ICedar. No. 3
fir, hemlock, balsam, cottonwood, and
spruce and low grade , odar to remain
at 5li cents ;i, formerly.
1926 io 1936—Ao additional increase
of 25 cents io !-■ added to all grades.
That    the grades be defined
and embo lied in the Si itute.
Rental—That the rentals as at pres-
ontcharged shall be the maximum for
ihe pe ri" : ■*. '. by the abo** •■ ar -
rangement of Royalty.
\ is the ej pre—.1 intention of the
Honorable, the Minister of Lands, to
li.>lii -imilai onfereneea al several
points In il, ■ Interior in the .event eef
the 1.1". s ntai "ii- ..! tin Mountain
Timbermen leading the Minister to
modify   the royalties  *o    that    thoy
rtytyty&tytyty&tytyty £
ft,
YOU CAM MAKE
SOMEONE
HAPPY
By Giving
them your
Piano Votes
If   You  A-e  Ni t
saving for yourself
§
BK SURE AND ASK FOK   ty
THKM WITH KVERY     ty
&
CENTS WORTH
OF    YOUR
PURCHASE
; WHY NOT ENTER THE
RACE YOURSELF
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Co., Limited.
ttytytytytytytytytytytyty
would not como up to those now suggested, the Coast Timbermen would
expect that on the material which is oi
the same grade, the rates of Royalties
shall'ho uniform in all parts of the
province, and on such high class timber as exists moro particularly on the
coast, vis—No. 1 and 2 fit* and spruce,
and No. I cedar the coast timbermen
would he w.illing to pay one-fifth more
Royalty lhan on the other grades, it
being further understood that the B.C.
scale shall be enforced all over the province.
Recommendations Made to thc Honorable  Minister nf  band-   at a   Joint
Mooting of Lumber   Manufacturers
and Timber Holders    of  the  Main
Line District, at   Revelstoke, B.C.,
September mth, 1913:
The   following gentlemen  were  present:—W.^    Anstie,  Managing Director,
Forest Mills of  British Columbia;  B.
W. Sawyer, managing   director,   Adams
River Lumber  Company;   Neale  Mur -
ray,  managing director, Arrow Lakes
Lumber Company;  J.C.  Shields, managing director, Sovereign Lumber  Oo.;
W. Sutton,     manager,    Annis Lumber
Company; P.S. Stevens, manaijer, Ok-
aii igHii Saw Mills; L.D. Rogers, mau-
hm't. Columbia     River    Lumber Company: George S. MeCarter, timber holder;   P. B.   Wilson,   Of Forest   Mills   of
British Columbia; T. Kilpatrick, Mayor of Revelstoke, B.C.; Alex. McRae,
timber holder; A.E. Frank, acting secretary, Mountain Lumber Manufacturers' Association.
fn view of the faol thai it U the expressed intention of the government to
uie i.aso royalties on timher removed
from special licenses, oommenelng first
January, l!lIti, we bog to submit as
follow-:
Reviewing conditions which have ex-
isted in the lumber industry during the
past  te'ti years the outstanding fact is
the decline whieh  has   urred  in the
price obtained^ statistics indicate that
a better price was obtained thirteen
years ago, than at the present time.
Everything that enters into the cost
of production has increased by from
lifty to one hundred per cent,and logging operations are becoming mere
co tly every year, owing to the greater
distances over which logging opera -
tion-an' being Carried on. Aside from
over production in British Columbia.
the determining factor as to the price
obtained has been the'vast imponat-
ions Into ih,' Prairie Provinces of lumber from the I'niteel State'-,owing to
luck of protection of the Canadian mar
I.e't. Wo feel that the lumber industry
cannot -laml any increase iu tbe pro-'-
, ut     ale of royalty.
However, if it is the determination of
lhe governmenl to exacf additional r.,y
nlties, the Joint committee wish tore-
commend the following f.ir the consideration of the I n'l.e.e i ■ Ministo' of
Land-.
, First, thai wo are strenuously oppos-
ed to tbc enforcement of the British
Columbia log scale as applicable to
timber removed from lands lying east
oiilie Cascade Ran^e, as on the avei
age the mills cannol saw oul the scale,
We believe thai IhoDoylo Sale should
in' • ontinued.
I Second, having considered the recom
nu n lution of the joint meeting of
Coa i Lumber Manufacturers and Tim
i bor Holders, mndo to the Honorable
MinUte; of Land- al Vancouver on Sth
September, wo ar,' ol opinion that
-iioul I lhi proposal* e,i th ■ Coast
Lumbei M nifacturers and Timber
Holler- i„- incepted by the government
in -" far ii- thev relate to the eStab-
II iiiiieni of i system of • oil"' tion of
'loyalty mi defined grades of log! for i
period of twenty years, commencing on
ln'i January, 1910, that a similar system -hould li- follow,-.1 with i r id to
Umber removed fr..m lnnl-!\ii- >■.,
of the  Cascade  Hange; but, we  believe
thai if  -ueli a  -y tem Ig   uut  lilt i (opt.
j the identical royalties* ifhouM bc payable, ifi ide feei . i i,l •. on Mountain and
Coa i Timber, Wear,, gtrongfy of the
opinion thnt the maior portion of any
ne >   ' is in  royalty Charged  should    bo
ll| On   Nee     |—III      e|,  ■        |||     ),.■ glad.'      Of
la        mil   ihat   No.   2 logs   -hould   Iwar
an increase on a ratio of fifty per cent,
of an increase on No. 1 logs, and that
No. 3 logs, upon which there has never
been any profit in manufacture, should
boar no increase whatever during the
entire period.
Should the decision of the govern -
ment be aga&st grading logs for royalty purposes, then—owing to the inferiority of Mountain timber, as* com -
pared to Coast timber, and owing to
the very unjust inequality now existing
in the matter of ground rentals aud
fire guarding charges—that Mountain
timber should he required to pay roy -
nlty on the basis of one third less of
that chargeable upon Coast timber.
We believe the period for fixed royalties and rentals should bo at least 30
yeurs, for tbe reason that under existing conditions it i.s absolutely impossible for manufacturers to obtain auy
financial assistance upon their timber
resources owing to the lack of stability us to carrying charges and royalties
Ground rent should not be increased,
and we submit thai ground rent be
decreased in ihe Interior of British Co
lumbia.
Siiiiethis question has been raised by
the government and has resulted in a
very general feeling of uncertainty as
io what tho government's intentions
may be for the future, easting grave
doubts on the security of timber licenses, wo believe thai it is the duty oi
the government to definitely settle this
nia iter at the earliest possible moment.
COMMENT.
li will be seen that the main point
emphasised was that somev abiding prin
Ciple guaranteeing stability of charges',
must be introduced into the government regulations regarding) the lumber
ing industry.
'lhe stability should be assured for
a period of at least thirty year- in order to allow of the business being con-
diieicd along proper lines ainl with
thai sense of senility which would best
secure the progress of the vast capital
and huge army of well-paid labor, now
involved iu the industry.
The importance of doing everything
possible to enable B.C. producers to
meet competition and conduct opera -
lions on n reasonable margin of profit,
was al-o pointed out.
The view- iei forth in these memoranda, and enlarged upon in the subsequent discussion, were most sympathetically received by the Hon. Minister
of Lands, and he explained has position
ns having come on the present tour
with the express object of getting into
touch with the lumbermen in every distiict of the province, an,l obtaining
from them particulars aod information
whieh might n--'ist in arriving at a
settlemenl ofthe vexed questions now
before them in reconciling the interests
of our premier industry with the requirements of Provincial revenues* and
management.
K1
RIPE. LUSCIOUS FRUIT
freshly picked is the kind (hat
Koes into canned and preserved
goods. And sn ureal is the
variety thnt no home put up
supply could equal it Try -some
and you'll find it delicious and
almost as good Bb tli'* fresh fruit
ilscIf.
Hobson's Grocery
rii.mc 41
Box 734
NOTIOB TO CONTRACTORS.
Separate sealed tenders, superecribed
"Tender for Manufacture and Deliver;
oi Superstructure Metal, Bridge at
Taghum, B.C.,'* ani "Tender for Sub-
structure anl Erection of Superstructure Bridge at Taghum, B.C.," will be
received by the Honourable tho Minister of fublic Works up to noon of
Tuesday, the Uth October, foi the
manufacture and delivering f.o.b. cars
ai Taghum, B.O., and for the complete
substructure aul erection of superstructure, respectively, of the bridge
over the Kootenny Hiver at Taghum,
B. C.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
and forms of tender can be seen ut the
"Hi ■ of the Government Agents at
Nelson, Now Westminster, Vancouver,
and Rcvelstol.e. and also at tbo ofllce
of the I'ublic Works Engineer, Pnrlia •
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Intending tenderei-s can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one , opy of
the li nv u.:- and on" .opy of the speci-
ihationfoi the sum of twenty-live dol
lars tS*.'.1*)).
■ tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque or oertiflcate
of deposit ona chartered bank of Can-
adg, made payable to ihe Honourable
the Minister of l'ulili,' Works, for tho
■Mm of 11,000, which shall be forfeited
If ths party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon lo do
so. The cheques or certificates of de •
po^it of un-eccessfiil tenderers will be
returned to them upon tho execution of
the contract.
The successful tender r ihall 'umlsD
a bond of a guarantee company satisfactory to the Minister 0f Public .Vorks
in the sum of five llioiisabd dollars
I $5,000) for the due fulfilment of He
i ontract.
T.'ndpr.s will nol be e,.nsi llrsd unlim
mad'' OUl on tho forms supplied, <'.(n-
od with the art ual  signature of lh   t,n
dsrer, and in lo sd   in Ihs  envelopes
furnished.
Th lows t oi .mv t n I r not ie es
-arily accepted,
.T. R. GRIFFITH,
Publio Hor:-.  Kfi-in.-cr.
Department of Public Work.,
Victoria, n.c, September Brd, 1118.
In terl to   Sth Oct.
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The Gurney-Oxford
Attracts Madam To The Kitchen
THE GURNEY-OXFORD has a large following of fashionable cooks who dip into the culinary
art simply for the pleasure they derive from
trying dainty rec'pes previously not attempted.
They are all most enthusiastic supporters cf the
Gurney-Cb:ford because it contains many exclusive devices that make a perfect cooking equipment.
Its oven is evenly heated in every corner to insure deliciously
dainty cakes, golden brown biscuits, and light f.aky pastry. A
special Divided Flue carries the heat to every hole on thc range.
The top is perfectlysmooth and clean, requiring nobiack lead polish.
But most important is the Economizer. It is a small lever that
moves around a series of six notches giving the exact degree of
heat required for any particular dish. The heat of the range
can be shut oft' and the kitchen kept cool between meals by
turning the lever to a certain number.
The fire is held at a low ebb
on a special Reversible Grate
until a baking oven is required.
Then the necessary heat can
be obtained qu:c!dy 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 ONUS-ASK FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE "STOVES AND RANGES"
REVELSTOKE   HARDWARE
COMPANY,   LTD.
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WATKR    NOTICE.
I, W.H..S.  Horotiin aorl 0.   R. Mac-
• donald, of Revel^teik,'.  U.C, by occupation a Broker   ind Diuggist,    give
notice ihut ws Inl ths l'Jth day
of July, 1913, next, ut eieven o'clock
in the forenoon, to ipply to tbcWat-
er Commissioner at hi- ottice at Revolstoke, ll.C, for a license to take and
OM on • only e'Ubi' feot of water per
second fiom Mountain Oreek, a trtbu-
j tary of. No tributary, flows to Col -
unibln river.
The water will be use! on Lot 8.HI.
, i  of S.K. 12,  Sec. 34, Tp. *Ji, R. 2, W.of
Bth M., and on W. ;.. L.S. li, Sec. 35,
\ R. 2, Tp. 23, W. of l.ih M., and on W.J
L.S.   13, See. 3-.,   R. 2, W.    of  6th  M.,
for Irrigation purpo •
We intend t,i npply it ths <atn" time
for permission to <tore luffictenl water
to feed pipe only.
Dati>d thi< 19th day of July, 1913.
C. R. Macdonuld.
W. H.  8.  HoroMn.
Isl 'w. July 30, Codys.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specially
Phone 42  -   Night Phone 85
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Milt there   .iro   Mill
know whal .1
mil   Nn  Zealand Mutter ii:.i'-e	
n
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box  208
OROCER & BAKER
Phono No. ;a
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Three Big Days - Sept. 23-24-23
KLRVKNTH   \N*-.-
NELSON   FRUIT   FAIR
\*r NELSON, B. i.
The Ureal ol the 1.
IB-    iik;   FREE    acts   TWICE   DAILY       ir,
SEK   "MX COMBDV   I IRI SEE
\ delight tei young and old 'THB BLUCHKS," "LKS |ARD
l;iin In a Ha) Wnno.i, a Rnropean Set
Ch intu let. the 1.innt Ko.e^trr, and the D.m.r .
Mi 1    \-   Pyramid Builders in i,;\m.
"Texas    tht Strong Man, In marvellous feats of strength.
HORSE RACING. ROCK DRILLING, snd othei num
1 Hi   BAT11.1   i\ 1 Bpei TR1C
THB CLOUDS       1 HITT'S   FIRKUORhS [8CI
\   1 tret ented sl the \ V.P
siNi.l i- PARB POR Till: ROUND TRIP ON AM. I.1NHS
A. D.EMORY. IVe-ii-Irn;. G.    HORSTEAD.-, iagW,
r i). Bon m, Nelson, Hi. ■    E   I'tiS
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.   17.  1913.
LOCAL ani GENERAL
T      Vei satilc:   are Co i
Mi ..m.I Mrs.   Boyd Of Hn
i        ,f Victoria, is in i
.-. tl    Kin-j  K Iwa   I.
l.   Simp on of Arrow  i
,'.'    ;.
Wl
Bi II ol   Winnipeg,   wa    noticed
... yesterday.   He ia a     ■■
:. ..dies'  Auxiliary  of   St
: B   bazaar   a oi
oi   Sovembei   -Ot
1"
. Shaw of Arrowhead, is in town.
A.  Shelley of Spokane, is in     tho
THE
i ity.
Mr. ami    Mrs.
are in town.
N. Collin  of  Calgary,
among
fail   thia
\.ii.  Green of Nelsou is in towo,    a
uesi   >i   the King  Edward.
.1. Gloa'pie of Nakusp, and P.C. Camp
: oil e.i  Salmon Arm, are iu lown.
S.    Mabel,   commissioner of   B.   0.
lands, is in  town on  official  business.
Clay e.i   Vancouver, is  here  to-
,y   taking in tho fair.
ALLEN
PLAYERS
HIB. Bruce i
hill yesterday.
King  Edward,
f Banff,
lb'    Is
came down   thc
slopping   at the
W Le Gallico of Comaplix, anel Mrs.
md Ml s Beaton of Beaton, are here,
latin.; in  Un'  lair.
*■
Catit   i    a    x
I  '   I
...   raid '*■ ''',!i
among
Revel-
\..
1;
,-. D i-'. Smith md .Mi -■ Sm
I .•   bom      lia, will ar
, .   ...   ., ■■: .        fro
ivi i     Mr. Smith wil   :     i       i -
..... h on S ut
A        o th   .*    Vai
. y .'.Tel ij   witl   * ivo     race
v ' I'Day an I Trom i :o.   Mr.
iten-l ut    at
■  ,  ;     V hi ouvor Park,    md i-
iy here taking ii   the fair
.1 .Smith vi  t
: Carberry, ai
'topping at  thi
N.W.   1 low "ii
h ■ in in\  Okani
thi    week,
llg.-ny   and W.A.   Nickel
■ in the 'iiy.   They   are
King Edward,
.,;  Endei by,  is among
.jan visitors  io Revel
'a'   II: ill    the   fall".
;..i  rm of lie . lad ■ a a'*o
■■ rough  eye  train,   and ii   you
.. . b .'.1 thai   way do u it   fail    to
Mi. S.I.   Taube. at    Diamond
D  Tuesday  and Wednesda\    Sep-
i   16th an I  17th.
R member  the date  ol    Mr.  Taubes
to Diamond HaU on Tuesday and
v ay,   September  Kith  an.l  17th,
!  there is anything  wrong  with
eyesight ,1"   not fail to    consult
The reporl of the l'oultry exhibition
showing i lie prizes awarded will appear
.:. Sal ai .lay's   issue,
Mrs    R. Evans of   Comaplix, is   tak -
ing in the fair.   Sh,. is :, yuest  at  the
•mii:   Edward.
W. W. Fos' i t'..' 'ii i_'"tie' Deputy
Minister of Public Whim.s. spent Tues-
lay In town tal in ■ in i e oi enina ot
the fair, The deputy minister left ou
this morning's south train fir Nelson
on departmental busin --.
Thu popularity of "Green Stockings''
now being presented by the Alleu
players at the Victoria theatre proves
conclusively the hold good comedies
have upon Victoria playgoers, There
i-1 a bubbling fun of humor in ihis
play whi.h is completely satisfying
in its spo'ntamely and wholsosomeuess.
There are few moments whon tho aud-
iii.e is not chuckling, while ihe outburst of Mrs. Allen as the hysterical
Aunt Ida give cause for that unre-
Btrained laughter which helps us aU so
much.
Mondaj evening Miss Felton end the
Alien Players will lie seen ill a comely of different character, a farcical
romance, "Nobody's Widow.'' Miss
Hlaii'h" Hate- startled her frlenin two
seasons ago by displaying her powers
as a comedienne in this play. It is a
i.'. id "Ily smart comedy, with staccato
dialogue aud "recherche" situations,
which are fascinating in their sparkling cleverness, and not without a certain /est for tho more, sophisticated.
The -tory involves tho escapades of
one Roxanna, who deserts her Dritish
husband of a few hours, cables home
a,'W- of hi- death ami sails to America
Here the young "Widow" is appalled
by th,' appearance of her husband under hi- title ,if the Du.." of Mon land.
He makes most violent efforts to win
bark her love, and as an excuse for
his
bee ome as Important as town-planning
In the meantime geographical knowledge will yield .scientific results of
much significance about such matters
as distribution of population and industries and the degree eif adjustment
to new conditions which occurs or is
I ossible in different regions and
amongst  different peoples."
Mi. Dickson is professor of egeo -
graphy at University College. Edinburgh, pi'i'siilont of the Royal Mi teoro
logical Society and a reoognize'l author
iiv mil writer on meteorological and
geographical topics.
CLERGYMAN
CONFESSES
TO MURDER
BUSINESS
LOCALS S°(l"PMAl
At the Trueman Studio, all portraits are high grade aud guaranteed.
—A. Douglas Touraoi*.
Don't lose your hard-earnod votes in
tho Lawrence Hardware Piano Contest
by keeping them back. Hand them in
each Wednesday. Votes are not to he
held over. Tho colors will be changed
anil the old voles will  thou be value-
Mrs,   linos of Three
Valloy, wa-     ir
town Moii.lay.
Ml*s,   Me Naiighl.ui of
Ros l.ni,1, is   on
a visit   to her parents
Mr,  ami     Mrs
Fred Fraser.
You can't get your winter's1 coal this
year by  making faces at  the engineer,  [0i* somo  time
as the train goes hy, but you cau wear
a smile if you obtain your tJupply from
Coursier. t.c.
Mis. anl Mrs. Robb of Kuniloops.
ue the guesfts of Mr. ami Mrs. Clayton
Tapping, Sixth street.
Mrs.  Shut tli wood who has been with
ber son Jack on the ranch near Chase,
turned  homo Monday
A special meeting oi St. John's
Young Men's nible Class will be held
at toe V.M.C.A. on Thursday ovoning
ISihlnst, at   seven o'clock. Every mem  fusing to be
Th   Young I'".epic'    So iety of     St.
hii.li will   li.ihl a -l>e" ial   busi -
I        meeting   in th ■ church on Friday
.    u ng a1   7:15 o' lock.   This  meeting
U called  ior ib,'  purpose ol   appointing
a  nominating   ommiltee and starting
tl •   winter's work.
The   Calgary    Herald  will  give Bit-
tings and two mounted full Bize Cab -
lb itographs of yourself or family
to subscribers.    Vbsolute
.- -am.'a-   if you   had  paid tor  dt-
: .' "
3tudio by  Mr   Tourner. One
:in- during the F
I hicngo Vaudoville Co. will put
■  ,-lr,  and Thursday  r.
ol high
The SI i I   ■
tory.   oul tho Spider, a
.nc-V     drama, a ted by   '
These will be the prices d"r -
nl —
i        big -how.      E it re,   to-
*      '      '!
bei i- expected to be present. Busi •
ir-- to presenl plans for the ci mlng
year.
Everett ('.Cameron left  on the east-
bound Tuesday morning for Springfield
Mass.,   where he is taking up a three
year   course In   the International V.M.
t*.   A.  tcaining    coll''Lre'    Wean sure
thai  dl fi ien i- jo a .vii n as in v
him '"■■   '-      .   ess in  his' wi
'I'm    \ ei a'Ue- are Coming !
"Roxanna"   tells  th.'ir friends  hi
constant communion Hun with ihe
departed.   The plight of Roxanna,
a wife
willow
sire to be
expression.
Miss Felton will
a< Roxanna, the 'I
caught in such a
With the arrest al New York of the
Rev, Hans Schmidt, assistant rector
of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic church
charged with the murder of Anna Au-
nnilli'i'. a domestic, the mystery stir-
ioan ling the finding, twelve days ago,
of pait- of the dismembered body ot a
giil in ilie Hudson river was solved,
Schmidt, according to the police re •
ports, has confessed, and at. the time of
his arrest attempted to commit tuicidj
by cutting his throat with a safety ra'.-
01* blade.
"1  killed    her  because I loved     hor  j]
so much," Schmidt is alleged to have   g
1
■:
;«:
Si
re-   trict attorney's office, Schmidt's    con -  [g
nd having no   de-  fession  was full  and  absolute.    Ir.      it||S)
Isatnusing beyond   ho is quoted as saying    that ho killed  g
his companion with a butcher     knife, g]
host   and  cui up the body  with the     knife ' "a
Voi need not worry and muss up
your wife's tidy kitchen with smutty
pipes if you use Coursier's coal.   t.c.
Mrs, Jas. Caliin arrived from Van;
couver last night and will bo the gues<,
of Mrs. Bd.Trimble for the coming two
weeks.
Mr. Cecil Buck, formerly of   Rove!
-toke,    but   UOWOf   Vail' OIIM'l .i-  tcii.'W
Tbo Trueman     Studio is the house   jng old acquaintances in the city    fen
for high class finish for amateur work   ., (0w day-.
nil  prints with white borders.
Mi-s Francis Lawson returned    In
Revelstoke's home of art—The True- day   from    a delightful   two weeks   at
man     Studio.   Call and  seo us, when RossloVtd, whore she was  the guest    of
discussi'lg   portraits.   Prices   to suit \|rs.   Dempster.
all.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by tho Revelstoko General Agencies, Ltd.
Mrs. Jus. and   Mrs.  Win. Armstrong
have visiting them this week thoir moi
ther   Mrs. Carroll of Salmon Ann who
| is returning   home aftei   a   Hiiinnu'l"     ic
Winnipeg.
told  his captors.   Ho had married   her
ourtship of  tho  recently   bereaved   through a ceremony  of his own    per
is in   forming, without   witnesses.
ile.ar :    According lo  tho  police and tho di-,-
■n at  he
wllillallil      of
hi
VALUABLE
NECKLACE
FOUND
tunities for vivid impersonation. The
fact ihat Rox.aim i is very wialihy
give- Mi-s Fol ion opportunity to up-
pear in gown- quite as' overwhelming
ns the temperament nl the heroine. —
Vi. toria. B.C., Time's. (i
The Allen Players will be at the
Empress theatre about tho end of Oo-
tober, for a week's engagement.
FOOD
'
he  p
1    1.     -••
prog
2
In London,     Engl ml.    ye t r lay
workman this morning f.etinii   >i
pearl    nock
.       •    •   • ,  which     wa-
I .Iy   IT, whi
in  Can   *o L.jnJon.    On
luucn anel     two
.an-,  wc:
io dispi ime of the pearls in Lon   n
Ion.   Thej   are believed by   the
SUPPLY
PROBLEM
A     al       o the   Vancouver   "World,"
ihei of the future   will
the  vital  questions of
.. ttributing food     and
orld, in the opinion of
Ident if a section of
\   ociation for the Advance
nee.   iir.   Dickson so  as -
:a- .on
>t of   thi
,
-
t
c.
'
£
1    '
.
"
a
Mr
:.     >r   ibe    wi       -
ra]
-.
•hor     knife
nd  cut up tho body  with tho     knife '
j and a  saw.   The  deed  was  committed
con-  the  polico sny, while  the woman slept
or-1 shortly   after   midnight  on   September
*-', in an apartment in Bradhursl    avenue,   where   ihe priest   had   pla'Oel   her
live   days before.
When hi'r heart had ceased beating,
according to the alleged confession,
Schmidt carried the body from the
bed to the bathroom, and placing it
in the lub, began Immediately bis gory
task of culling it up. With the keen
knife and the saw ho cut off the head,
arm- an I legs. Still fearful of detection, he then  cut the body in two.
Five bundles, wrapped in be,!
clothes and papers were mado of tho
six parts. Fie times Schmidt loft
the apartment house with a bundle,
to cross the Hudson river to the Jer
>Vy shore. Five times he leano.F ovor
the stern of the foery hoat ln mid -
stream and gently gave the river his
burden. Then he returned to his
church.
A gayly Colored pillow of ut.usual
pattern lod to Schmidt,-; apprehension.
Thi- pillow, stained with blood, and
-oiled with the filth of tho river, wa
wrapped around a portion of the tozso
The' detectives traced the pillow to its
manufacturer, the manufacturer traced it to the dealer, the dealer traced it
to Schmidt, And the police, tiacing
S bmidi and I he girl, knew all aboul
both of them hours before thej ar-
him.
iUHHlHSHHHHllHSiilli);
S
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 nny changes intended for
Saturday's issue must he
handed in not 1 ater than
Thursday evening of each
week. Business men pleaso
take note of the above.
Mr.   Frank      Annan camo back  from
Vancouver Monday on a    visit   to the
Revolstoke  Kan.   lb
Mr. Frank Hooley.
I
I
■J
a
i
i
® Rae's on Sunday.
«!
a
a
a
1-    111,'
tuosl
Mrs. Brodie
son last weok
William.    She
epellt   a few   day-   in
on a ' isit to ber
relumed to Mr. A.
of
No!-
8011
Me-
saaiaaaaaaaaaaa.fi
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Notico is hereby given thai on tho
20th day of October next, application
will bo mado to iho Superintendent of
Provincial Police for the transfer of the
License foi the sale of liiiuor by retail
in and upon the promises known as tho
Lardeau Hotel, situate at Comaplix,
British Columbia, from Adolphe Boil-
eail to Albert Edwin Jowitt of Comaplix, British Columbia.
Dated this 17th day of September,
l'.i|:i.
Adolphe  BoileaU,
Holder of Licenso.
Albert Edwin Jewiti,
Applicant   for Trail for.
Ist issue Sept, 17, .10 dayB
NOTICE.
Dr. and Mrs. Md,. an relumed from
the easl on Sunday. They have been
enjoy ing a lengthy vacation siiicu tbe
flrst of July at Ottawa and other cities
The Rebecca Lodge are having a social eveniug in Iheir lodge room ne'x*
Friday nt-* p in Ml Rebeccas are most
cordially invited to accept this notice
and attend.
Mrs. Corley aud her sister Mrs. Patterson, came home tho end of last week
Irom a iwo weeks' vacation which they
enjoyed very  much in the  oitios    ol  the
ci ast.
Mrs.   Eislcr ami  Ml
her s,,n of Winnipeg,
of Mr. and   Mrs.   Jus.
last,  ten days,    whlh
lovely  mountain    bc<
■ ast  ou Monday.
. Thompson, and
hai e boon guests
Armstrong   tho
the enjoyed enn
n-'iy.   They   went
Mrs. J.K. Johnson and little "BUlle",
urrivod bome tho ond of laBt week from
upending thc  summer in   Alberta.   Mr.
Johnson returned with them after   al
tending n  -hint Sessional   lhe conven
iuui ol'.he Press  meii in   Edmonton.
Mrs.  J.K.  Doyle of Calgary, uccoin
Notice is hereby given that  the Canadian  Pacific   Railway Ooinpany      did
onthe third day of  September,     1913,   panic.I  by Miss Traux    of   Walkorlon,
' doposit.in the Land Registry Office   in  Ont., arrived from a  month's  visil   to
lhe City of Nolson, in  tbe Province of ! lbc coast and have been  staying   with
British   Columbia,   Plan,    Profile  and   Mi'8, ''-R. Macdonald,     since last  Fri
Book of    Reference    showing     double  I day.   Mis'.  Doyle has  many old friends
aaaasMaiaaa^'aa'3JffiaiaEJ2raj'aEii3J
SALES and WANTS  1
KAMLOOPS
HOTEL FifiE
Miiimum 2rn
H |l)<.   llll
i
oijaraHEisjsMaf3jaiciMajaiaA?jajara'3^
TO    LET—1    ha     a ni ■•    Furnished
.n Third street, West.
\ ,W. Connolly, at O.W. Bells' Store
FOR    .-ALE   Four    Milch Oows,     In
n mai    an b ■   a
Bed from  Oharles
elumbia  River
.    ro     e|.
ml
I'    ■    Plants.   Apply    Royal
i eet     , in Domin an  B
jt.
• th
•
■ i
i".
.
ban I    full tl
Iui
< • ny    I.e,
|
■ bi
lo *>    '1 till ,1
' '■ ■       ■ ' el
... ,
i two four
i i.   between loea
til i *   .
■I '     mn ii   ■   W ' i
(l-arti I by nine o'clock.
end
*
.   I
on of th
■i      Vu   isl   "      '. ii n   ho ■ ■■ b
(  i      i"
ii   n |e    Thi
'.
o have been   irough      i   ■ it
"     lh     inlenHon     ol   '' ' hi
.in .        b   di'ieli' •    itru tun     Ith  the
I       .   B   l'lll"lll     WftS      ib'Siiell. MO
n       li    it .• I ."ii.i'nt   of   the  ■ hi    ii,. ',
- kin    on lho  railway    syi ni. , i
tem. shall Bnd
nl  01
0        ei
Ihc'l ■ at   Of
oke, B.i
....
1
il y to 1       :
.n
,    i  ER   will
17, Fifth «   ■ ■■'
.'. \ NTED    \    ii.
..        Vpply
track and  grade revision of tho    main
line of the said Canadian  Pacific Railway between Bcavorinouih   aud   Ross
Peak, Mile 74.46 and Mile 88.56, Mountain Subdivision      "Revised location"
duly  approved by   the Board of  Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Daled this Oth dav of September 19lo
E. W. BATE MAN,
Local  Righl of  Way & License
Agent,  Vancouver, B.C.
-t  is-. Sept.l3,2t.
In the mat tor of the estate nf Arthur
Scothorne, lute of the Oity of Kevelstoke, B, 0., decease I.
NOTICE is hereby given that all
persons having any claims or demands against the lulu Arthur Scot**
bome who died on or aboul tin* 18th
dav of April, IH1H, nl Revelstoke in the
Province of Brllfsh Columbia, are re-
iiiiiii il to sei d Ik post prepaid nr to
deliver to lbe undersign d Solicitors
for Waller II. Hell, i he »<linini«tiiiloi
l 11 -tali-  ,i i he - ml deceased,I bei
ii  - .nnl niiiii - .md  lull par icn
lill sill  Ml || InH ol I lle'il   I'l lin, ■   ell  I     lull
ii -ni i of t beii in-ei noi and ' li" Mat ir i
nl the -ecu itieM.il mv . bei I Iiy tlr-io,
'inl tint nfter i Iih Hi ,1 ilu ni'  Nov. m
• i. IMS, said Wnlti i II   Hell will | ii -
. iiii    to   llistl lilllli-   1 lee   as  els   |i|    | ' ,■
• id deeensed  muring  I lie t ei -mis i n
'lied I beret 11  hav :■     ri -.ml  < >ti I v  to
the claims ol which be sh  II I hen h ive
il DOl a e . .inii I ll ■!   I In- - lid ailniinis
i  aloe  » ill   nol   li,'   liable for I be -.oil
• ser- or ,111 \ pui i  t hereof to any peril   ol   «   use   claim lie shall not I bell
I, i'. e received 1101 h im
lii'eil  ai   Itevelstok", B, ('., this '■'■ d
In v of Sep'euiln i. I01H
Haiivky, Mel un in .v. Pinkham,
S I" li   i- foi  Walt, i II. Ileii.
I   11   I mo sil   sep tl
in ibis   city.
midnight.
They   went east      Monday
Mr. Geoffrey Haggen, winner of the
Rhode- scholarship foi B.C.. .pent a
day in town la-t week on his way to
Oxford   University, blngluud.     Uco.Trej
lia- I ii working wuh r ey party
near Vaucouver all summer,   Hi- caret! in  England will bo followed     with
greal   Interesl
Revolstoke.
by his many friends    in
■I,   i i
a
B    n -  of       ..nr     i.'
.''     ,.f|
■■ i    ion   uoi dl        ."ii    of
i o   'i! I     i  that
e1        |i       liie'        llll ,;,l;
nown     !■'. 'ail un 11 y   we
lhal  - "iini ry planning     will'
VI.
\lo  li,   I' P.R,    II.
1,0    P Ofl   ITl iLKN    I        i   ■     :   pup,
pot on bn '   ind  tail,   ni '■*■'"'
ing to na \ i
I.   II    II .' ill  ' i I llll-    Wlll    be    pl ee   .Milled.
Kindly return to Q \ Woooland,
Rovolstoko Hardware and roocivej
reward.
r IU iU l|
Firsl   *sll i •  * .    I*'". "I ill   ke.    Oil |y   |,el-
I      III    7      llie'.II    i\ .'.    Ill      Bl.ee I      |j,        |'|  III
n 10   Hevi I-i.   ..   ii    c ,   intends   in
I   il'    II-.      ( "o  I,
'   '     le'i  .elstll    I
i   a  ii i ing  i i   t Ic -   iii  I ion I .I 'ii be
.eld neu I aftei I bei \ pii it Ion of i birl y
iav« lie in il ■• In -t pulilleal Ion nf  ihi
Mis. Blodgol i and hor daHghlei   Jos
sie,   have   been    the guests of    Mrs.
Lou patriuk, tor   o  months,     Mn
Blodgell loaves Thursdaj morning ona
trip to California, Mrs. Frank Hooley
gave a little farewell whist party foi
ih. in on Monday nighl and a very pie
a am evening wo enjoyed by all pies
' nl Tin tu ■ h ie,i . in raid- were
won bj Mi     Blodgell   mi I Mr, Patr'n k
Mi     A.  Mi Rae ga>   a charming at-
i in on  Monday afternoon i"i  Mi s   M
Ii\ai . «lm- ■ ,'.e i.,,. ia i i place nuxl
wee .   'I hi   | arty wa i 'a  miscollnui ou
■ -ho,'.    i i  ;, ii• nils to tbo
la kle io ' •'. who I.- ■ i.. .1 a Mieiu mauj
h.vily umi useful   gifts,   a few games
■ ei bridge followed, four table; playing.
Mrs, J.D. Sibl ahl won in . pla. e ami
Ml . W. II. Suili. ilim I second, Mrs.
McRae served a delicious  lunch.
Tho lii-i at home of the season   wus?
i.iii   by Mrs. Tomlinson  last Satur -
I day ai i i iuu.a.    rhe  affair, which   wae
greatly enjoy.,I through ,ut, waa attend
od by  aboul Bftj   ladies,   Refreshment
wore  Served early in  thc  afternoon   by
ili" hostess assisted by Mrs.  .1. Lyons,
Mi .  Paterson, and Miss Mary Paget,
o'liniei ami M.iss   Bertha
NOTICE i- hereby  givi n  tb il ,|, bn
I i vieeii  T..| .-.   : Ic    ho'iler i.f   n licit '  •'■    ell   |l(|tim   liv   i e Inll  ui   tie   .Mis-   Irene 1
'•''   ' i)_J   ,11,"',1'    HobbS.    Am,,ng out   of   town guests (a,
soul were Mrs, Doyle of Oaigary, Mi-'
ipply to lh"   I I
nissi'ini'   for ibe I   Iy
McNaughton   of    Roi land    and  Mi«
Grant of Winnipeg    Eleven tablt   pl 13
■ •.I "live  Ii null, d"   and   honors     fell   to
tbc    isiioi», Mi     Ciair  winning Brsi
■i'i.I Mi       McN  ughton      >  "nd,    Fah
notice for lbe iiai.iii nf wild license ■ recel ed beautiful   pieces of   cul   glass
■"'■■■■'P'"'""- - "'*';" "" cornei siu,,. ,,,„ ,    Ml     ,,,„, thj
,,i  !• nsi  mi.Mt ami 1 ii ion   venue, being lots 17,18 and 19 In block  17. Plan n0'J ' Mveda Limoges cupand saucei
t)H0A, Revolstoke. Some lovelj   new fall bals   and     co
Dated this Bth day of September, 1013, ,,,,,„,  ff  «een for the firsl time    01
.1. t    T.M-l'lMi. this afternoon.

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