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Vol. 19   No 71
KEVElSTOixE. B. 0. SEPT. 6, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
BOARD OF
Pt*"*okl
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'•far*
REGULAR Mti.riNG
Important Discussions.   Transient Real Estate Men Evil.
Mineral   Exhibit   ficm   Revelstoke    District.   Mount
Revelstoke   National   Ptrk.   National   Travel Association.
The Revelstoke Board of Tra ie met   the town of which it is a subdivision,
in the lower ollice, city hall, in tegular
meeting on Thursday evening last.
President O.B. Hume occupied the
chair, e,ncl some 211 members were present crowded into the little office.
Becretary 0. R. Maudonald read the
minutes of last meeting and which were
adopted.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
The committee on drafting tesolu-
tions re reul estate agents, submitted
their report per chairman of commit •
tee KM. Gibson, including a draft of
proposed resolutions as follows:
RESOLUTION.
Whereas the Province  oi British Columbia, and  particularly    the.' districts
of Eastern and Western Kootenay,    is
being over-run by transient real estate
(C)—ih' approximate population of
the town to which it is subsidiary.
(I))— The total number of lots in
the subdivision.
(li)—Tlie frontage and depth measurement of en.cn lot or lots sold.
The non-compliance of this provision
to subject the vendor, agent, or sub -
agent to a line of $1,1100 and cancella -
tion of his license.
Be it further resolved that copies oi
this resolution be forwarded to the
Honorable Sir Richard McBride, Prem
iei- of the province, the Honorable the
Attorney General, and to each member
of the Provincial Legislature represent
iny; district in Kast anl West Kootenay,
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—I am finite iu
accord with   the  principal  of the  pro -
agcnis selling Alberta anil Sas&atche-  posa * .
CB. Hume—Perhaps it would be   as
well to consider the matter clause   by
v.mi townsite subdivisions,
Ai. ! whereas ibe greater part of the
Baid subdivisions are situated ai various distances up to 5 and G miles from
the centres of th;' original town-itt'S,
an I lots so oiler are selling at an aver
age of $150 per lot,
And whereas immense amounts of
money are heinc paid c.ut monthly for
lots -o purchased and-eni out of the
pro', ince,
clause.
T. Kilpatrick—There has been alto -
gcther too much wildoatting done in
real estate and no town in the luferior
lias suffered to a greater extent than
ihiscity of Revelstoke, we arc aU agreed ou that, and I thmk if it is possible
something should be done to prote
the victims of these schemes. Th-; most
remarkable  ibing   is  the  numn-r     in
And whereas il  is the opinion of this ^^^
Board of Ti-.de  ,nat  the said lots are  which  P«°Plc absolutely  unknown    can
at the present  time of value only   tor  t1oal  ik,° toWn and "arry away hund"
present   time  of  value only
il purposes and cannot   pos
ed- of dollars of our citizens   money,
^^^_ ^^^^^ ,   lt almost looks as though they     hired
sililv ha*.,-.. residential or business Vai ,   , ,
to be fooled.
ue :. r years to come, if evei,
And whereas :'. is the ,>i>iiii<»ti of this
Bo,,.rd oi Trade thai the mouth1*, sums
thus p nd out will be, in the main, a
Ins- tei th ■ purchasers,
Ami whereas the principal uSerers ,
of this organized unloading ot outly -
lug ubdivi am are not familiar with
business of this class and <onsi-i „f
laborers, winters, chambermaids, servants, etc., who are unfamiliar .villi the
pice • i ihanuels hrongh which to as-
, mi ■ ..■; tlw " i . alue oi the pi..i on ies
... rea Illy im] o ed upon bj unscrupulous real c-t.it ■
ven lol
*:..: .- in ■. iew cli iii.. lai _ ' nm
leiii.t'.f ::•. eeit  of the prov-
in.e. legitimati busin >sses are being
seriously iffected, as persons iu many
eas.-. aie investing their money in llie
said subdivisions and -.heme- to the
detriment oi the liquidation oi their
legitimate debts,
Anl wheieas the wealth, of tha province is lelng seriously impaired by
these unwise investments,
And when as" the business ol legltim-
ate cal   st.i e   leaders   offering sound
W.H. Horobin—1 am heartily in -yni
pathy with anything which can be done
to cope witli the transient real estate
swindler.
T. Kilpatrick- I do not think we
should stop with the agent- selling
propositions outside this province,
theri havo been some had eases of
swindles perpetrated in connection
with real estate situated in B.C., and
a lot of provincial wild cattin; has
be n e,iri,-tl on.
Mc W. M. Lawrence—Perhaps h
mighl be well to consider ihe rr.aUe:
further in view of the feeling here.
Mm. I by P.M. Gibson, seconded by
W.M. Lawrence—That at (he *
tion o* business tonight, ibis meeting
adjourn until Tuesday, morning next at
10 a.m. wh'n the matter of complet-
iiiur th" (ti'nfi resolutions re real estate
vr odors,' will be further considered. —
Carried
MINERAL  EXHIBIT.
In conn'.tion with ihe exhibit ol
mineral specimens from tho Revelstoke
districi for the Vancouver Progreps
club,   the  s'ecrctary  reported  that   Mr.
President CB. Hume—Our idea was
that if possible Dr. Roche might, be induced to stap oil and('oe taken up the
mountain with a view to seem ing a--
isistence in regard to Park development, and that such assistance would
help usin securing further aid trom
the provincial government and the
C.P.R.
T. Kilpatrick—There is a Mr. Harkin
who is in the park department o1' the
Dominion government nudwho often
visits the west. We might get him to
stop over and visit  the park.
F.M.Gibson—Mr. Mitchell, of the department, is also likely to be here in
the near future and himself an I othei
influential gentlemen should be enter -
tained if possible and shown over the
park  and  district.
As I understand this rei/erve ha3 noiv
be mh set aside as a park, owing largely
to thoinfluential deputation which visit
ed Ottawa last summer. It is hoped,
when same has been formally transferr
ed to the department, that something
will be don.- in the matter of development.
W.H. Horobin—If the provincial gov
ernment can be shown that ih' park
as a development proposal is a live
Issue with the Dominion government,
they would doubtless continue, lh'
good work on tir; scenic nulo road.
W. M. 1 awrenei—Could we nol do
something tliroui;h Mr. Green, by show
ing our member thai ihe lack o' nssur
an e regarding park- development, is
tying up the woik of the provincial
go .eminent on the scenic auto road,
and that if he could obtain forus such
assurance, we would be aide to plead
our cause more effectively with the pro
viiicial government, for the preseeu-
tion of the work.
A. Hobson—It i- certainly wo'rth try
ing for.
c. li. Hiinie—Donoi the provincial
government say they want some as<i-
tance towards building the ro ad.
T. Kil| ah i ■' —I thin1, the proper
course for this eity to adopt if i' w ii
practicable is for ihis ciiy to show their
good faith in the road and the project
by voting a bylaw for say ten thous -
and dollars, to hei p with this roa.!.
which is going tie be of such h.'uetii to
Revelstoke. The road wall be ,i greal
benefit to this city and to the whole of
B. C , as a tourist asset, and if we
i ould have put some money into the
project, ii would have been n very
stimulating evidence of our •good faith
in the proposition. Unfortunate!} our
financial eondltion owing to lhe stai
ofthe debenture market, is -u.-h that
we are precluded from n tin: alonj
these  llu"-  ui t  now,
W. M. Lawn n ■•■ i ni in fn or of
this board writing anybody we ran.
who might help us. We might explain
the present situation to both Mr. Green
an I.Mi. Taylor, and is' it somtthins
more enn ne done. I move io that effect. Sec. n.l.d hi Mi. Patterson, nnl
carried unanimously.
CANADIAN NATIONAL
TRAVEL ASSOCIATION
Mayor T. Kilpatrick Urges Citizens Support New Project-
Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
Thin;
winter'
are  getting into  shape for a
work. The swimming pool is
-Revelstoke Board of Trade Endorse Proposal Form being repaired, the lights .hanged, etc.
Thi
Active  Branch   Here.— Objects   of  Association   and io^
Physical  Director  is very anx -
that every on.'    usin; the Gym
What Revelstoke Gains from Cooperating Therewith. Bhould undergo a physical examination
which takes about l'i minutes. This
Muyor T. Kilputrick, was instill ■ be $'-5. For organizing purposes, tho
mental in bringing before the Revei - active membership fee will be reduced
stoke 13 ui rd of Trade, at their regulai during the year IH13 to *10 and re-
meeting last Thursday* night, a matter main at this annual amount only to
whicli promises great things for Revel-   ihe active organizing members joining
in  1913.
Associate membership  implies  nn interest in   the work   of   the   Association
withoul a desire to participate in work   this winter in ihe gym.   All ihose   iu-
ind affiliated bran-hes throughout the  0i* the Canadian National Travel Asso-  terested
stoke, iii ihe suggested formation ot" a
branch here of the Canadian National
Travel Association, a new organize -
tion   with  head imii'ici's  at  Montreal.
is im; orient that proper exercises May
be given, and that you may know just
what you weie^h and measure, make a
date wiih him for .my time af'.er the
"uh of  September.
TENNIS  CLUB,
his  the   intention  ot      lhe  Physical
department  io     start a     Tennis Club
Dominion. ^.P^^^^^^^^^
Th.' object-  of   the   Asso. iation  aie
sei  forth In  their literature as being:
1.—To encourage travel in Canada by
exploiting both at home    an I   abroad its unsurpassed summ •>'    and
winter attractions,
J.—To affiliate with the numerous important  touring clubs ol the world
for ihe purpose of exchanging cour
le-ie- and information.
:*..—Tee obtain for its members, spec -
this great sport should
elation, or  io attend auy ot  Its meetings,   The    Associate   membership fee
will be $10 per annum after     January
1st,  1914.   Km*     organizing   purposes
the associate membership fee will     be
reduced during     the year  1913  to   S5
per annum, and remain at  this annual
amount only to tho associate  o:*Laui/.-
ing members joining iu 1913.
All active anl associate     members
will be entitled to the special service of
tlie information bureau of tho AsBocia-
ial information and privilege's fiom tion, whi'-h will also publish und give
railway aud Bteamship lines, re - disinterested advice as' to fares local -
diiction- at hotels, together with ilies, holel rates, boarding houses,
spei ial discounts when Inlying tra- sport, guides, cost of expeditions, and 10.31) p.m.
veling commodities. every phase of travel in Canada.  Ac-     Road Men—Tuesda
4.—To give the sportsmen accurate tlve members will obtaiu through the
information regarding the ucrival- Canadian National Travel Association
led haunts oi tish and game in ihe special rales at many oi the hading
Dominion, together with open sea- hotel* and also Bpecial, terms irom
sons, etc., and also where io ob - some of our largest stores when pur-
tain supplies and guides. .chasing their vacation, camping and
.",.—To feature  the many  opporiuni -  holiday supplies,   Active and associate
ties for investment in Canada. membership also includes a yearly paid  suit everyone in ihe city, get into one
t;._To support the movement for the up subscription to "Travel In Cun- of these classes and keep yourself in
conservation of all natural re- ada,'' the organ of the Association. trim. Seethe Physical Director as to
sources. Active and associate   members     are  what classes  are  best  suited for you,
7.—To    advocate    the    making     and  exempt  from all further financial calls  also get weighed anl measured,
maintaining ot good roads in Can-   for the work of the Association,  other
nada. than    their    annual membership    sub-
>.—To attract large organized part - j scription.	
ie-e of pleasure  seekers or  investors j    ihe  can ,dian National Travel   As -
io Canada. soclation  means   to be an  active  virile
9— To advocate the creation and institution run on strictly business lin-
maintenance ot National. Provinc- es an^ devoting every dollar of its in-
ial and Municipal parks, game re- come to promoting its objects. The
serves,   historical   landmarks,  etc.,  m,.n associated in this
hand iheir names to the Physical Director.
Below is a suggested program for
gym:
Junior 1—Tin-days and Fridays at
4:30 p.m.
Junior -'—Wednesdays 4:uU p.m., Sat
urdays 9:30 a.m.
Junior A—Mondays an 1 Thursdays,
•1:30 p.m.
Intermediate—Tuesdays 7:30 p.m.,
Fridays 7:15 p.m.
Seniors—Mondays aud Thursday at
S o'clock
Busy Men—Tuesdays and Fridays at
nd Fridays at
! to 3::i0  p.m.
Leadei—Saturdays at - to 3 p.m.
Tenuis Olub—Saturdays, 3to 4:30.
Basket Bali—Wednes lays 8 to 'J:3U.
Wrestling—Saturdays ti   to 9:30   p.m.
Wrestling—Saturdays S to 0:30
The-.-  classes are so  arranged as to
VANDALISM  AT CHALET.
C. H. Mm donald—1
tllillMj   cannot be   done
in Canada.
10.—To publish a m nthly matazina
whi h will lie the otticial organ ni
the C .nn.l a i Ni ional Travel Association.
11.—To unite in lhe Canadian National Tune! Association, all the var-
ieeii- Canadian provincial District
ar. i vlunicipnl organizations who
are endeavoring to do the same
woi'.. oi making the wonderful
tomi-t attractions and the splendid investment opportunities oi
Canada  known  abroad.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ movement are
-in cessful business men, whose good
judgnnnl, ability ami Integrity i< beyond question.
EXECUTIVE  BOARD
W. T. Robson, Oanadian Pacitic Rail
way. Montreal.
H.C. Mucaulay,   Managing diroctor,   \[irl ,
FAREWELL GATHERING.
On Wednesday evening a representat -
ive gathering of ihe Board of Direct -
ors and members of the Y.M.C.A. met
in the Association lobby io bid fare -
Well io Mr. Da*-id M. Cowan, or com
monly known as Dave, who reined
hi- position in the Revelstoke Y.M.C.
A. to take up Association workineastern Ontario. After the reading of a
very beautifully worded bui applicable
address, he was presented with a purse
e.i gold. Some speeches :' llowed, all
paying tribute to one wr.o had made
himself lo.ed by all who knew him.
ie speeches Cave wa- - izd   by
a half dozen big h iskies and hoi-ted to
the celling, when be finally got stralg-h
ttmdiip, three hearty cheers were given. Several ofthe fellows went to the
stalion tee see him o:T. Mr, W.M. Lawrence took the chair in the absence ot
ihe president.
investments Ls being adversely affected A. Craig    and other   mining experts,
Now lx> It resolved by the Revelstoke were collecting the specimen-  and th-'
Hoard of Traie* in     meeting convened, same would    be received at   an early
that the government of Briti*h Colum- date, lobe subsequently transmitted to
hia    be  urged   to  pass legislation    to I'he const.
meet  tb.' situation. .   T.  Kilpatrick—Whilst we are talking
1—lt i- suggested that no    townsite about this proposal it might be poss-
or subdivision,  locatisl inside or out- ible to get a permanent mineral exhib
it trom  this district and stage     itome
in ll'velstoke.
Presidenl C.   B. Hume—That brings
side of  this  province, shall   be    placed
on the market in British Columbia Inlil the ii*n.'icr vendor tliMi'r.ei -all-tics ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the development that there is a demand us hack  to the  old  matter M  ,. oil
for  uch lots in    the town or district '"- a  permnn nt headquarter- foi thi-'
where they are alleged to be situated, Board and our records.
and that   the said properties are being T.   Kilpatrick—I mow  that all mem-
Offered at  their   REAL VALUE. might     be  loo  late  this  year, but      I
•-■*—Tbat the    Municipal clause.. Act theink we should ect to work and have
be amended to enable  municipalities to the same lined up for the nrxi    -'pring.
tax transient  real erftate agents,   their Secretary   MaodonaM—Yss, and   ss-
agents and sub-agents each and every pecially as ihere is every  indication of
i ne of  them a sum  nol  exctt>ding$l,0UO a revival in the minine; circles of     the
per annum. province.
3—That persons collecting monies un- T. Hllpatrick—1 move that all mem-
der such agreements  of sale shall be li- beis of the board     here   pre-ent,  and
able to pay such fee or tax unless oth- others.endeavor to get into touch with
erwlse qualified by law. uny   persons  owning claims  or  inter -
I—That all vendors of any such pro- ests  in  producing  mines  or prospects,
i-crty  hereinbefore  described   be    com- in "'"   district, with n  view  to    their
pelled to furnish B certificate     to the bun,-hiii.'  properly   label!-1  speiimeni
purchaser    setting  forth  tbe  following '"r|!"'   Vancouver  exhibit,   and      that
particulars, in addition to the agree- tWl* l"ltll'd take    in hand ai an early
ment of -ale or transfer: 'Into tke collection of    specimens for
(A)—Thc assessed   value  of  ihe   fot our   Revels'oke  exhibit.   Seconded   by
or lots.
(Bj—The distnn
D.E.  Brown and Macuulay.
C.P.  Roland,  Commissioner, Winnipeg.  Man.
F.W. StOttS, Stone Limited, Toronto
CF.   Lane,  Journalist,  Montreal.
Treasurer.  E. 11.  Christmas, General
Secretary.   Alee.   Lorimore  Orcani/ing
wonder if some-     Ten or more active members     may  Secretary. E. Greenwood.
tO have Govern- form Local,      District    or    Provincial j    General Heal time,'. Board of Trade LEADERS MEETING.
ment  Agent Gordon swear in the man  Hoard- and have ihe active     support,   Building, Montreal. u"  Monday evening  at seven o'clock
atthe summit of  the mountain as   a  affiliation, and the advice of the Can-|   The president and members of     the  >'"* Junioi   and         ae     leaders
special constable. A lot of wanton adian National Travel Association and Board of Trad.', were unanimous in are requested to meet in the Y.M.C.A.
damage hnn been done to ihe chalet, participate in the general work of the giving the opinion, that ii would be to arrange the busin - of ths to.nrag
Parts „f the building torn down, wiil-  Association. 'good policy for  Revelstoke and     Dis-  winter, and a'so to tali ovei   ,U- pos-
elow a«es dismantle I and used ior fuel The National organisation will be trict, In vi'W of our tourist attract- ■ibilit\Se of starting a leader- Corps:
etc. Th' swearing in of this man connected dire, ily with ths great ions and aspirations, to make a great on a national basis. The following
might prevent  this damage world centres of  population     through   endeavor to lake   prominent   pan      in   i)C,ys are requested   to attend,  C. Kield,
KM.  Gibson—1 move   that   in      view   it>  members and friends. t ll i -   organization,  with ii  view  not on-   J"Ck   Boyle,   L.   1!, un -on.   C.   Bill'', E
of the depredations   being committed     't is however, impossible    for   any ly to the formation of a strong active Baton, T.  1  M. Goodwin, 0. *lo.n-
at the chalet by a hoodlum element, local or Provincial organization to branch here, but al-'o with the idea "nson, R. Jin ;m-. E. MeKinnon, H.
and for the protection of the property  have access to th.' many anl    varied  of securing  the  powerful  co-operation   Bradshaw,  J.  Bonnie.
and park, that ihe Government Agent   means
be requested  to  swear in  Mr.  Leslie as  grants.
ei dndui'lng      travellers,  imnii
and     Industries to locate in
a-pee inl  (onsln'ile.    Seconded
Ta.iplng, and carried.
bj    Mr
NEW MEMBER.
The application of Mr. L. Wood for
membership was loM before tho me a.
ing, and will be ballot ted upon in accordance with the bylaws.
scHAFK.it BOOKLET.
W. H. Horobin—In connection with
tbe Schafer booklet, I spoke to Mrs.
Schafer and  am  informed  there iu still
Canada, thai i- |o-si'--e(l l,y us thru'
our wi lely scattered member-hip an.l
affiliations.
The Canadian National Travel As-
-o. iaiioii will support, assist and ad -
vise all affiliated Local. District, or
Provinc ial Boards and will lender such
services us are approved of hy the Executive Bo ird in the distribution and
preparation of advertising matter, exhibit-, and the general furthering of
the    interests    of   all    such   affiliated
l  ihe oigani/alion as a whole, and the]  	
.ery  induential gentlemen at th.' head     Hev- ' * ,s    ■   Myers, M  A., of Bd-
tb f.for assisting the   exploitation monton,  will occupy  ib -pulpit of    the
,,[  Mount    Reveistoie     New  National   Presbyterian    rhurcl on...v.      Mr.
Myers was formerly minister of Westminster church, but was appointed sec-
boards in every      way  possible, except  <)U(|ay.   We  have  therefore,
!l'arl>. lb' -ivni. auto load and tourist possibilities of the distii.t generally.
i ii was [uli ih.ii a commencement
would shortly have io !»• made on u
broadbased policy of pushiulness so
far as tourist     bi
i a I ihut ibis association offered a
splendid opportunity lor getting into
the swim as it were, at a minimum oi
at  the   re-
lness is concerned, department to wh
pointed.    In  ihe
will be especially
a little balance of **l.r> due her for work   w')en they conflict    with the interests (quest  of  the Boar I  reproduced  above
from ihe i entre of
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The Annual Meeting of Ihr
Revelsloke Hospital Society
stands adjourned lo Monday,
Beptemlier 22nd, W. D. Armstrong,   Secretary.
•ssaaaiaHHKaaaa'.ii pHm tosame.
A. Hudson, and carried.
SPECIAL MEETING.
The secretary  read  ihe  mlnutea of  a
special meeting held on Atlt;iisi 19th
g last, for the purpose of inviting minis-
>■] ten from Ottawa and others tcuring
p; lhe wesl, lo stopover at BeveNtoke. I
g The secretary also read wires which
g had licen sent to R.F. Green, M.P., the
sj| Hon   Rogers, and Hon. Roche, and re-
,f other affiliated Boards, then Under tin- prospectus of the parent body, and
such circumstanots the Canadian Na- Ul a little later date, when our priuci-
tional Travel Association must and jPai cithens have had ample time to
will remain neutral. digest   lhe same, an effort Will he start
The general work of the Association ,.d to cnl.()11 members here     and   put
self, skould be paid.   Mrs. Schafei has   wi" be supplied niwl directed     by MM,Rovolstoke well on the map so far   as
performed valuable work  for     Bevel-   active      members,   Active  membership  t(ljs  Ojjjadhw National Travel  Asso •
stoke    and    district   from a  publicity   implies an active  inU'rerft in  the work j,.'ati„n •'.< roncerwd.
standpoint. °f *-'"■     Association and n desire to be |   Tbe  matter will lie  la'o'ii  up further
in connection with the manuscript,
have helped, and others, in connection
with this mntter in the capacity of
host to Mrs. Schafer, and I think the
sum  still  owini;   lo Mrs.   Sehnfei'  her -
The secretary was Instructed  lo pay  of service in  promoting its aims  and  Ht a latter dale through ihese columns
the  amount,   nnd  to extend   lo    Mrs. objects. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sdiafer lhe thanks ot the bo iI'd for her The executive or     managing < ouncil
valuable effort* In  lhe mutter. will Consist  of flve members elected an-
Afier discussing  ths  matter of    the nnally by  the active members of   the
Canadian National Travel Association Association.
ns   dealt with in  another column of I   The annual fee for a"tive membership
this issue ,,f the Mail-Herat I, lhe meet in the  Canadian   National  Travel  As-
tng adjourned at 0:45 p.m.
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Mr. T. L. Pal ton, gen
of the YoUng Men's Christian Asscla
tion of Winnipeg, will speak in the
Methodist church torn.now morning
al II  n.m.   Mr.  and  Mrs.  Fallon  will
ret iiy of Sabbath s.hool- and Yonng
People's loeletiei at last'meeting of
th< L'C'ii.ieii asssroblyin Toronto. He
i- an .it.i.- spcakei an.l an expert in the
h be has bee'.'i ap-
ei'e nin: the iildress
for young people and
all the yo'in.- men nml join: «o:nen
of tlie city are in.'iied to h'ar Mr.
Myers. There will be special music.
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'  THE SCGAR BOWL "
Don't forget we serve both
hot and cold drinks, Ice cream
an I light refreshments. For
thesi' chilly nights try n Hot
TOMATO NECTAR. Our hot
Chocolate   is   Un-Urpassed.
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jsociation after January 1st, 1911, will'sP'''"1 lh,> dl,y '" Revelstoke.
lillliilillllili ■SATURDAY,  SEPT.   6th,  1913.
Qem Drug JVore
1. New Kelso Divided Wing Flies
For particular Fishermen.     Also  Erect  Wing
Dry Flies $1.50 Per Dozen
Automatic Reels $5.00 Each
Trolling and Silk Lines : 25c Up
Triple Hooks and Gaff Hooks for the Red Fish
2. Kodaks and Brownies
We are always stocked with these well
known Cameras. Prices the same here as in
other parts of the world.
3. Prescriptions!       Prescriptions
We pride ourselves on our Dispensary. We
have as complete a stock in this department
as you will find in the West.
We have THREE graduates from the Ontario
College of Pharmacy to dispense y~our prescriptions. We dispense only chemically pure
chemicals.
Huntsmen should procure one of
our RUBBER BLANKETS for protection
while sleeping out.
' WILSONS \
FLY PAD.
POISON '
Ask your Druggist or Grocer
to show you the new plan for
killing all the flies in your
house or store in one night,
and have neither flies nor fly
killers about in the daytime.
dgook J'tore
Store
LVEN A SMALL FOLlGf
is a great reliever of worry. Even
if you nevei suffer from loss thru'
neciient, the fact that you are.insured will lessen anxiety on that
seore.
INSURE AGAINST AC010FNT
the policy will prove the best
friend you ever had. If you have
neglected your insurance, better
attend io it al one'... Tell how
much you want to be insured for.
We will attend to all  the rest.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E.  KtNCAin,  Maueu'cr.
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 7!
JOHN LEE
DEALER  IN
SILK GOODS
Fnney    Pillow    file-in. n-    ni i    Forms,
Ba lied  Spre        ...     ban   .
Scnrfs fo    I'       i       Pad le I  Gowns, all
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UndiTWi  ir       :        .        :        :        :
A   SPECIALTY
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RECOMMEND
OYSTERS AS
CHEAP EATS
A nation-wide movement to reduce
| the ...est of living by makiag oysters
a BtuPle article of diet has been started by the Oyster Growers & Dealers
Association'of Nortli America, This
organization, which Includes in its
membership, the largest -growers, pack
ers und distributers Ol oysters in the
United Slates and Canada, has set ihe
week eel October 20, as a national
'•Oyster Week,'1 during which oysters
and oyster dishes will be featured all
over the land io acquaint thi* general
public with the vulue of this bivalve
;,s :i meat substitute.
At the recent uunventioa ol oyster
men in New York, Dr. Carl L. Alsbefjj,
hia I e.i tli' In.t.cl States bureau of
ihmiisiry glive the oyster a cl'an lull
oc' health, saying the people inn less
danger (.f "contracting typhoid fever
from .e\sii'i- ihan ihry do from drini-
iiiM raw milk or lhu water supplied in
many i ommunitios..'
Hi cussing the food \alne oi the
oysterlie sakl: "Every pound oi food
talc n from the sen relieves tho land
of producing ,, corrospondeing amount
of meat." Government reports show
oysters to be extremely nutritive and
i nsily digested,
iii' (jovenvment report says*—
"Spi a' in■ roughly, a quart of oysters
contains on an average ahout the
same quantity of actual nutritive -uli-
si.iii.t ,is ii quart ol iiiiliicu- three
fourths of a pound of bee' or- pounds
of   fresh   eoilli-h."
I'.i lind us oysters are now, only in
iiuii own juice and without the ad ii •
tion ofwuter as formerly, a quart of
oysters today will i;o much farther
ihan "un three years ngo; in fact,
a prominent retail handler says that
on- pint i~ sufficient for a Family o'
three ndults.
li... ausc ..i t ho Id h pi. •■ of me ci ,
whii h \\ ill only hc ea en i.y the i ich
t.n s. ars from now uci ordinu l, I 're>
i leul it .--ill oi ih • Ma iei- I.ui. bers '
Association o*' i'.i' l'i.it .1 S:ai ■ -. ihe
-ul st itutii n i f cn stet - for bi ■ ■' « 111
h.i\ ■■ ii decide i tend ney to cut I. iwn
the miii. cry  bills of   tbe   public.
Dr.     iis f.-f j. niitboriiity    ;..i    the
statetn in   ihat in    numberless
of Illness wh Te oysters were bia ne I,
it   Was  illseovere I   I hal   nti er fo
been    • u 'Mi  .it   th"   -auu*     line    whi n
was much more likely lo lia**
the  trouble  than  oysters.
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition, Hunting Knives,
Decoy Ducks, Field Glasses,
Compasses, Fishing Tackle,
Tents, Camping Outfits, etc.
McClary's, Kootenay and Sas-
kalta Ranges & Heating Stoves.
Sherwin-Williams' Paints, Varnishes, Stains.
Canadian Oil Co.'s Oils, Gasoline, etc.
We carry full stocks in Hardware, Groceries, Hay, Grain and
Feed.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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One  Piano   Vote   Wi b
1 very Cent of Your
Cash Purchas  at
Lawrtnc .'s
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Legal Forms
inr everj purpose are printed
and stocked In the Mail-Herald
Single Copies Sold.        Reasonable Pr.r.
JOHN LEE
ER TO*
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New Fall Goods
NEW GOODS COMING TO HAND EVERY DAY
NEW FALL SUITS
NEW LONG COATS
NEW SKIRTS
NEW WAISTS
NEW   BOOTS   AND   SHOES
NEW PUMPS AND SLIPPERS
For Evening Wear.
millinery:
Up-to-the-Minute St vies
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Prices from $3.00 Up.
BOYS ODD PANTS
ALL SIZES.
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement of this Company for the fiscal year
endini,' March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following flgiires are exceptionally  interesting:
ASSRTS MARCH 31st,    1913   $456,915.73
ASSETS MARCH 3lBt, 1912  *lll,2f.S.G0
showing a net gain of $34.ri,('e47.12
'Phis remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience and  p rae I i cab i lity  of the C. IT. I.  O.  plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION' HOLLARS LOANED
'lu CONTRACT HOLDERS al B PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire a Home of Your Own—If you Would He Independent  of a  Landlord—Investigate Thia  plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:   PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office . J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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WE HA\fE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR   YOUR SUNDAY'S DINNER.
P. RURNS & GO., Limited I
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NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING  DAILY
50c
Huntley & Palmer's Nurser) Biscuits, per lb 	
Molasses Snaps, -' 11 is   !• .r    25c
I   1 eSll    1   I lap S'eelaS,   |HT   |e.lll Cu'
Ne . Summer Cheese, per 11►    25c
Orders Delivered to Anv Pari of City.
JOHN   MClNTYRi;   *>   SOX
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
rn
iTJRKEYS
We have a limited
supply at rock
bottom   prices
TRY ONE  FOR SUNDAY
ANO LABOR DAY
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
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■I. 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 bouse on 50-foot lot $4000 00
Snd. STREET— 8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot *"S5000 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 1)0
2 lots (the pair)  $1500 00
«th. 8TREET— 6-roomed house, nearly new - $2200 00
6-roomed house on SO-ft. lot $3000 00
6th. Stroet—3 6-roomed houses.   Each $3200 00
9-roomed  house $3800 00
7Ul. 8TREET-4 lots,   each $ 300 00
8th. STREET—2 lots.    The pair $1600 00
5-roomed bouse near Cl' R, Shops $ 650 00
3 Shops and rooms cm McKenzie Ave    $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casnaliy Co.
Fire, Life anil Accident Insurance     Government Lands       Money to Loan
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC 8ALE8 ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
HARRY THAW
KIGKtU OUT
UF CANADA
Sherbrooke, Que., Sept. 3—Harry K.
Thaw today lost his fight to defy deportation by remaining in the Sherbrooke jail. Judge Hutchinson this
afternoon sustained a writ of habeas
corpus calling for his release.
Thaw remained duzod for possibly
three minutes. The crowd began to
leave the judge's chamber in silence.
Thaw followed aimlessly. As he
crossed the threshold, E. Blal<e Rob -
ertson, assistant superintendent ot
immigration, lapped him on the
.shoulder and placed him officially under arrest us an undesirable alien.
Tlie crowd I In n .st.r„.id from t'lee
building and it was announced thai
Thaw wo ild be taken immediately Ui
t'oaticouk for a hearing,
Thaw's lawyers seemed stunned.
Special officers ofthe immigration department jostled Ihem intoth' corridors. I
"I'll see you in Coaticook boys."
said Thaw, waiving his baud to the reporters.
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O. B. N. WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
BURGESS   AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contract.ors.
P. O. Box 347       Kamloops, B.O.
Branch  Office—Watson  Realty   Ca.
FREEI
riARVE*?, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Etc.
Impsrial Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loaa.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   O..     aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
Oso. 8. McCartsr,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Capital and Reserve,       -     $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT    ..]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUed
BANK MONEY ORDERS j
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
WHO
OWES
School of Music and Oratory, under
Direction of
PROP. C. 0. BROWNELL.
Teaching Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice
Culture for Singing and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francis   HaU, ou    McKenzie    Avenue.
COURT
WHO
MT.      BEGBIE,
OF I. O. F.
No. IUI.
MRS. A. G. CRICK
FIRST STREET
SUMMER    GOODS
GOING    AT   COST
Meets ln I. 0. O. F. Hal) next   to
: Tapping's Opera  House every second
New York,  Aug.  27—Flushing's ben  and fourth Mond&y in month.  Visit-
seller  is called      "Facts  for      Serious   Ing brethren cordially welcomed.
Thought'' and it contains facts ior the H. V. MORGAN, C. R.
morft serious  kind oi  thoughts by per- WM.   S.   CAMERON.   Rec.-See.
son- who owe the butcher, the baitr,    	
I and the candle-stick maker. | SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1.  O.  O. F.
Every person    who wishes to know 	
I what her neighbor     owes   the market      Meets every     Thursday evening   in
'(keeper has a standing order for     thii   Selkirk Hall at 8  o'clock.     Visiting
choice  little volume on household eco-   brethren cordially Invited.
Inomics. i CHAS. NEWSOME, N.G.
Nearly every shop in Flushing does a JAS   MATHIE, Ssc.
! credit business, and on the books of aU	
ot thero arc names of residents who do   KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. U A. F.
not pay     their  bills  promptly.   Wheu and A. M.
an acCO mt   liecomes  long overdue the 	
name    of the customer is ^ent  to the   Regular     meetings are held in MA8-
Fltishin;,'  Business  Men's  Association,   ONIO TEMPLE.     Oddfellows'      Hall
WE ARE GIVING AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Every Five Cent Cash Purchase gets
one Coupon.
Tlie   Greatest   Value    in     Coupons
Gets the Prize.
SEE    MIDDLE    WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Ranges.
MRS. A. G. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
Laughton (& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
an.l it is ucMc'd  to the li<t  of th
the book that i
comment.
The volume is supposed to b>' for eon
iilenti.il circulation among the merchants, but ic is Feared copies have
foinl their way into the home-, so
that now one can tell ju-t bow much
some one else owes to the grocer anl
how Ioiilt the accounl hoi beenunpaid.
Wrli ilie latest ediiion of the volume    elccllll     Cre'Clclie-,     O ! ] H J 1*111 1111     Of    the    Bt~
soii cti.cii. i--n.-.i  :i   statement  lament -
ii the prevalence oi    extrava •
"Why is o record of claim- ne c-saiy
on ths Third Monday in each month
now causing  io much   at 8 p.  m.     Vliiting brethren      ar.
I cordially  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.,
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§   Terrific Price Reductions
 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	
o. w. o. w.
Mountain View Camp, No.
m.
Meeta Second    and     Fourth Wednes- j
days    in each  month  In    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting Woodmen  are
eordially invited to at'end
JAMES  McINTYRE,  C.C.
II. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE  No.  108S
Strictly Fhst Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Meets every tirst and third Tuee-
!«y In Odd!e.lows Hall. Visiting
hrethera   cordially   Invited  to  attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haup, Secretary.
Because extrai agnnce i-  i
1 -in.   It probably is ni
•   n  lo   ay one hall  lhe   Vm< rica
! live beyond Iheir mean*.
from   lhe large number of
aire •!    ice ived ( n   o ir     new
i . ,  .-■ i n  to promol    thrift
in this community    is more necessary
than s.em   othei  thing* about    whi      '
we have heard so much talk lately. Wi   J   P. SUTHERLAND
I . M.n's   \-    Million
ic b  thrift,     (en ti **  thrift.
ritt, and net an . \ imple oi
,-h i ihey ll |VS to.
and thc lack of it—misfortune ei e£l -
ed—is ib ■ unhappy result of I
v ;hc.s.' who oannot afford it.*'
$15,00 *
Every Suit is perfectly tailored and
finished  with   Superior  Trimmings.
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND 0
6 THE    HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES O
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Transfer      Draying
HandHng Pianos a  Specially
Phone 42  -    Nicht Phone 85
To Our Friends and Neighbors
You know us. You know we would not — that we could not
afford to — ko bnck on our word. Nor can you afford tc ignore
this moneyback-if-mt-satisfied offer on this splendid laxative.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Union   Hotel
JUST NKW'LY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates tec be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for 56'"1
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, I*. C".
A. P. LEVESQUB, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Hest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Kates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.    .A-TIBTEIRT     STOISTE!      JPTLCDTP
Wf hone itly belie
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< uir  faith  i ■  I ulll   l> dh on  the
I dge cef  \\h. ■
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very many KVcro c Ut I in v. lii; :, tiny
have proven tlicir merit.
Try them at Our Risk
If they elo n.if xbund e,:1   prove
tlicir merit  with you el   I
are not entirely satllflcd with then —
we will refund ymir money    and we
will elec th.it cm your more my«eo,
We eiieirt a-k yen in n l. a penny,
■ Isn't that fair'.'
.lust let the Imwols fail in properly
their   work—just   let   their
nctieen lie delayed nml InootnptcU
ami the entire jyitem and every
Other   organ   Stiffen,    Wastes   thai
■hould remain
t e poison ;
11    lin '   . tvous-
ind M'ii-
■ uj ii! ■     ,i the bowels
i ul to acl daily ns natur inti nded.
A"   lhl I    I,   if  well   wiJJ
■•■ |et our advl
just  like candy.
lOthlng and •■.. y In action. ' They
do ncit cause ariplna , purg
ing cir execssn o loosen ess. They
tend iee tone and -ir. i gthen intestinal
nerves and muscles, I'hcj promptly
r' Hove constipation, and help to permanently cev. roomo it.
Rexall i lidcrlioa i remote be tier
.mei bctb r hi alth. In all oi
these things thoy are vastly superior
t'e old-fashioned, harsh salts and
other purgative |. whil n arc neu only
unpleasant to take l>ut which usually
leave the bowi li ia w•,r-,■ condition
than before, \\ o i artloularly recommend  Rexall Orderlies fe>r children,
aflcel   ainl   delicate   pea-'.
Hexall Orderlies eome in vest-
pocket tm boxes 12 tablets, 10e;
30 tablets, Ue; BO I iblett, 50c.
. . . It M iqht Be Hot. , .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Sprii -
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the nust wonderful health restorer onthe Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among
greatest scenery of Cannda. easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comforl and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Read "Mail-Herald" SALES ANO WANTS for Snaps
CAUTION; Please ban in minel that Itennll Orderlies nro nut Mid by ali drug-
fists.   Vni ean leiiy Rexull Orderlies.only at the Rexall Stone,
You can buy Hexall Orderlies in this community cmlv at. our Btore:
WALTER BEWS
Revelstoke The   *feiAtoXJL Store      British Columbia
Tlcf i-e fi v.-, '■ -I-: every town nml rity In tlie United States, C'nnaeln anel
(Irccil lire,,' •   tlstsll,ReinsdjJ Inr nr-srly mn ordinary liuman ill —
t.-ii i- . . ei ill leer wliinh it Is reoomnieii'lcel.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
Howson CS> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. .rrtuc, rot. rt
THb   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 6th, 1913.
This is Fishing Headquarters
" II it is used for fishing we have it." We can tell you tlie best
spc ts 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.
PUIIMHHED   WKDNEyi, ,y   As.i
S e 1 I'lll 1 V      Al'
HEVKL8TOKB,   11   C,
-jitterix ipnbliabtiifl Companv?
j. K. Johnson, Manager.
RALPH G.  SORUTON, Editor.
yaia-JUfeyiftM^
SATURDAY,  SEPT.  6th,  1913.
Sportsmen's Headquarters.
PLUMBING.HEATINGJINSMITHING
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V Heod  O»*•©«>    Tnmamn   Ontario. V
A Capital Author'zed - 10.000,000.00
$ Capital Paid Up      -      -       -       6,952,00„.00
Reserve and Undivided Profits      8 109,000.00
Savings Bank Department
ppposits of Sl and upward, received,  and interest  allowed at   Y
cun en   t-a tf from da'e of deposit.   Correspondence solicited, Q
I    Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.    9
600000*0000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 6
Particulars we publish in tbis issue
regarding the arrangements mude by
ilie committee comprising chairmen of
the Various sections who have in bnnd
arrangements for the Sixth Annual
Fall Fair and Exhibition, will give out
readers  a good  idea as to how   rapidly
the organization of what promises t(>
be ihe greatest event in the history of
Revelstoke, is being proceeded with.
Thanks to the expenditures laid out
on lhe grounds lust year, the build •
ings und course ure in excellent shape
and the intention is to spend most of
the equipment monies this year, on in-
erensing the electrical display, making
greater provision for exhibits' by t'he
furnishing ol additional shelving and
uililes wi.hin the buildings themselves
and providing extra ornamentation for
the exhibit chambers, in the shape of
dug and bunting display.
Wiilun the next few days a collec •
tion committee consisting of Messrs.
W.M, Lawrence, W. Bews. A.P. Levi's,
que, 0.13. Hume, HJ. McSorley, R.
Howson an 1 Treasurer F.B. Wells, will
canvass the city and district, foi the
purpose of secininj the amount re -
.|uirc(l in finance the celebration in a
mnnn.u* inkeejiu; with the plan- t.nt-
lined for Revelstoke's biggest yearly
event, and doubtless ihey will he receiv
e I in the same generous -pint as dur
ing past years.
With the idea of obtaining every possible advantage as regards the season
the President an I Executive of the Agricultural Association, succeeded tlii-
year in obtaining for ihe fair, ., -:-i i ■?
of three days commencing September
llilh. These dales occur rijln in tho
middle of the Interior B.C. IndianSum
mer lime, and ihere is thus every
I'.a-cin he hope thai Revel toke Sixth
Fall Fair will be tavored with brilliant
weather, which is all we need to guarantee  -atne l»eing  a    record breaking
SUCCCS3.
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION   GUARANTEED
SHOP IN CUMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,   -   RESBWKiE"
SITOR
SENATOR
ONEY
ET
B    C.
t,»-^%%^%*%^ev-*%-%-V^,*V%%%-%**^».V-**%-a.-»*.%'%.*%-V*%. '
I ..Diamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
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At J. Guy Barber*s
Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
In   spile    of     ; hal   no mioui
ney, hi ■     men
; illy, an
in beuri
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_:v it
s
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scratched as yel, or even hut indifler -
eutly prospected. This district irf a
country lo which the old mineral discoverers of the U.S. in searched virgin fields might with advantage turn
their attention."
Senatoi* Moonev leaves tomorrow for
the coasl. and will return east via tbo
U.S. railway companies from Vancouver.
R.M.R. Shoot
A very successful prize shoot was
held cen Sept. 1st, Labor Day by D.
Co., 102nd Regt. R.M.R., on the rifle
range. The i ompany made a splendid
showing, under range officer Edwards,
who kept everything down Strictly to
rules and   regulations.
Thu following are ths names ol those
who donated prizes and cash for Ihe
occasion:
Donors -P, Bews, W. Bews, Lawrence Hardware Co., MeKinnon Bros.,
Revelstoke Hardware Co., J. Walker,
O.B, Hume and Co., Rvclstoke Wine
and Spirit Co., Howson &Co„R, M.
Smythe, Srgt. Bond, J. (iuy Barber,
J.A. Stone, CR. Ma -donald, l'ounie
Bros.. Mcltae Mercanti.ee Co., MeKinnon and Sutherland, J. B. C'ressiran,
A. Hobson, L. Probyn, L. Wisner, J.
Laug-hion, Mr, and Mrs. H.A.Brown,
Sicamous,
Cash Donations—S. Humphreys, P.
Lovesijue, ll. McSorley, W. Hirythe,
ti- Abrnhnmson, tl. Smith, E. Uoi i.iuj
E. Wntstrom, tl. Hawker, A. Abia-
hamson, Geo. Evans, A. Thompson.
M. McBride, E. Vasl n, ('. Paulson. A.
tl. Duck.
PRIZE WINNERS.
1st class shots seven shots, at *JO0,
5(10 n id ion \ ,   .
1st, Pvt. W. Allan. 7\ -.'nd, Srgt.
W. Durrand, 70; 3rd, Pvt. D. McDonald, 71; 4ih, Lieut. A. ('.rant. 09; Bth,
Srgt, .1   Quinlin, io.
See,in.I   ,1,-iss   shot-.   7   -hots   at     200,
and .''"n yards:
i-'. Corp. !•;. Tayl u*, 12; 2nd, P\*t
li. Southworth, 10, 3rd. Pvt, Sam
Young, 39; 4ih, Corp. .T. Ferguson, 30;
5th, I'm. J. Eo -, :;,. it'i. 0, McMahon, •_»!>
Thirdi'lass  shots',  ll  -hots at     ■nm
yards'
1st. Pvt. R. Md.,,, I, 21; 2nd, Pvt.
J. Dochnrd, 17; 3rd. Pvt. W. Robin -
son,  15;  4th.  Pvt.A. Tapping,   14.
lo. roll,   besl   shot   nl   2 9  yacis;
lsi, pvt. If. McLeod, 21; 2nd, Pvt.
It. Bout'hworth, II); 3rd, Pvt. J, l.o •
hard.   17;  Ith.   Pvt,   A. Tapping,   II.
na-i I tire, for all classes, -.'ui yards
at   life  sized man.   five  shots:
l-t. Pvt. Ii. McDonald, 12; 2n I. Li.-ti.
A. C.mnt. 10; 3rd, Corp. J. F-i'-,uo:i,
Hi 4th. Corp. Wil-, lie 5th, .',-t. W.
Allan. II.
The officer, non-commissioned ■ rli. .-i.
and men of ihe company desire to cv-
tend their (hanks to the citizens who
gave lh ir lo a' -n . -c - ., : i -
;he- shool  a Buccess in everyway.
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL 3IZS
BRIQUETTES
\V e bave over «)() tons of the above coal on hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is tbe time to lay in your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See ns for terms ami prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN' D. SIBBALD, I'rks.
J. D. SIBBALD, JR., SKC.
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Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that tbey have opened up offices at the
corner of Kirst Street and Connaught Avenue foi the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call anil Ret particulars, and (jet iu on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No 4.    Telephone N'o. 321.
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order
AlltlH-lntesl OOtnfH III Mill cl:|e.-.C|,illi   l'„„,y
liiei'elx, alrilHMl I r| ked W,,is!<..,Ih     over
one hundred lute* pattern., la cIhhnw from
III lllik.e.        •
FANCY COATINGS    II,.   .,■.■<,   NV* Ycik
email iih  un.l tin- „, *, ,,„ :, ,,.„.. s1„. k  ,„
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tllevery IwM ei.'-isiiee (Venn Paria hi rliarirs 'if
iliis department.    'fbereisiM milt or cecal i...>
lailCJ   ll* 11-  tee UlelVc.
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
THE   LEADING   LADIES'   AND   MEN'S   TAILORS
CANADA'S BIST
dropped in thc   **+
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a.i   1 ii.i ■■■ space iu your paper   to '
approi el ni Aldi rman Mi Sorter in  v..in   1, : i-sue opposing
liquor license to   be
I at tlie   itu of cornci   pirsl St. I
r ..ii Ave.
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GOOD THEN    BETTER  N. VV
I'erfecl Scale. Purity c,f Tone, SusTpti-
lillij ol Touch, Heauty of l'inisb, Work-
umiship .mei Durability,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
>\uii hutimn-like control contains all the
latest improvements and di-viees     They
re pi it. i" in I'.iic-. artistic in di -11^ n
ui'l capable of giving life lone service.
WE INVITt-   COMPARISON
Tlie wii best material aud the best
skill that money can secure ate ctn-
jiioi cc| in their construction.
\1. Ke"/.. \. .■    Uevelstoke,  II. v*.
iffic e ami b'actoi). Toronto, i Int.
Phone, 202
yohWk
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
I'm;
CARNATIONS
AND   ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
VV. H. POTTRUFE. Prop.
Lumb
umDernien
It will pay you to
make a call at
t.    Ek.     v*v SbLLS,
Pur Buyer and Exporter
01,1 Town,
R-'ilsv.) ;e, B. C
lcefcere Inniny ymir out*
fit   of working  c ol ten
fur tbe bush.    I  iiifcke a
specialty    of     trOggln
Slmes, Pants, Sov. Slu.
Blankets and everything
recjmrccl in emir l.usin^ -.
nic.!/    I.t    Coufhl   nnd   Cole's
;.o   little   n.-.d docs   so n-.uch
■ thinj    to be
'
Then    eA,. won bl like   J OU   fnr
■ imise  -.'ii   satisfaction.    We promise   vou  that
u, and we'll keep our promise,
tads, we evei had were satisfied customei
MIS' SUES >42 AND UP.   MEN'S SLITS $38 AND UP
H. F. MORTENSEN
ADVERTISER    OF
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Ji Forceable  Argument
is often needed to pound into a
fellow what he "in;lit to ki ,\-.
i>v fence of habit we continuously extol the merits and advantages <>f
THE COAL
we  sell.   All  co.-il   burns,  Uit
some' l.'.irns better ami ^ives cent
Ulcere beat than Others. It's llie
"Ileal that counts" and you j^el
it ill the coal from
Coursier SATURDAY,.SEPT. 6th, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIV*
1
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on ihe Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Dej)3rlm3nl on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 3. flume tf Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
For the Children
Those Wash Suits and   Dresses  for  boys  and  girls
are easily done np and always look neat  und   clean.
A lew of each left and still on sale.
| Millinery! Millinery! |
Watch for Our Millinery      ^5
Opening at an early date.      3
•tr      We  have something in-      ^
fc      teresting to show you.           ^
|   3
| Ladies' Sweaters 1
^        The weather is getting cooler        13
fc        now   and  we  have just what        3
fc:        you need in All-Wool Sweaters.        13
fc       Assorted   styles,    colors    and       3
fc        prices.                                                  3
Children's Rompers
See the Rompers made  from the best  Old  Country
Galatea and Denim.    All sizesat 65c PER PAIR
Womens' Wash Dresses
We have a good assortment of these which  we  are
clearing at HALF PRICE
Underwear
The "Non-Nettle" Union Goods are warm and comfortable.    All si/es for Ladies and Children, at	
    55cand$1.00
A Nice Line of Quiltings
Our line ol Quilt Coverings   is good.   Those old-
fashioned patterns are still popular.     We have them
at 15c PER YARD
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.
Fancy Collars
a show c.is» full of   very attractive   collars   in   latest
Bt} les and colors.
Old Country Coods
This make of Flannelettes. Flannels, Serge-;,   Dress
Materials and  Blankets  will  interest  you.   Always
pleased to show them.
Ladies' Fall Goats
The advance styles of Ladies' New Fall (.'oats, with
low belt and  Balkan effects  art-  especially interest-
ing.    Let us show you them when in the Store.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.   SHOE DEPARTMENT
SHIRT RARGAINS
Over One Hundred Men's Fine Shirts in choice
patterns will be put on the table for Friday and
Saturday only. Choice weaves and nobby patterns. Everyone is a W. G. t& R. Coat Shirt.
Don't let this one get by you. You can't afford
to miss them. All sizes, from 14 1-2, to 17. For
two days only the price will be	
85c Each
20th CENTURY RRAND
CLOTHING
The^new fall special measure samples
are'just to hand. Over six hundred of
thei newest fabrics to choose from and
your fit absolutely guaranteed. Let us
show you the best finished and best
wearing Clothing on the Canadian
market.
20th CENTURY RRAND
CLOTHING
HAT SNAPS
Soft Hats in grey, brown and green
shades. Just the thing for Early Fall
wear. Every one is a Christy and
bears their label. This opportunity
will last for a few days only. Don't
miss it. The price for those days will
be  	
$1.20 Each
Our^ Grocery and Crockery^ Department
PRESERVING  FRUITS,   VEGETABLES
We have preserving apricots coming in every
morning; from the Okanagan. Leave] your
order early.
Fresh raspberies from the ranche.
Plums and peaches, wator melons, canti-
loupes, ripe tomatoes and cucumbers, vegetable marrows, new carrots, beets, cabbage
and turnips. The best assortment of fresh
fruit and vegetables in town.
TO  THE GOOD  HOUSEWIFE
Why waste your time and energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our procery department and watch us do !t
with our V. B. P. Meat Slicer. It saves you time and worry and ensures satisfaction to your self and family. Every shoe is the same
thickness, just as you like it, thin, medum or thick.
Try our Cooked Ham.   Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premium Bacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste. Tell
us how you like it and we do the rest.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 60 to a box, $2.25.
IMPROVED   GEM    SEALERS   BEST   ON    EARTH
PINTS, QUARTS AND HALF GALLONS
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♦ ♦^^♦♦♦♦♦4Mj»*^^^f^^^^^<jH|>^^^^^^*^*^-^*^*^*^-^
House   Furnishing   Department
———^——____—««_
It will pay you to look over our Table of Wall Paper Bargains this week. The Prices are right as the goods must
go.
A well selected assortment of Cretonnes ana Curtain
Goods.   ASK TO SEE THEM. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 6th, 1913.
W FIT
^REFORM
Announcing
the opening
of our new
Fall Styles
in Suits and
Overcoats.
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
f
SPECIAL
Edison Records
Blue Amberol
and Concert
HEAR  THE   "STARS"
Harry Lauder
Cal Stewart
Will Oakland
Ada Jones
cTHary Carson
Golden & Hughes
*S.
At Bingham s Music Store
McKeuzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B. *■ .
Phone
Printing
That . .
Pays . .
Pays you
BUILD UP
STOCK
INDUSTRY
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
In in progressive and vigorous policy for the development and eonserva-
tioa of the natural resouroes of British Columbia, the Department ot
Lands, of the Provincial government,
has not failed to recognize the great
possibilities for (he upbuilding of ths
stock industry through tehe utilization
of the pasturage ou the unoccupied pub
lie lands'. Already there has been sufficient investigation to show that the
vast natural stock ranges of British
Columbia ofler excellent opportunities
for tli'' successful development of a
large stock industry, witli great benelit
to tin' province. At present only a1
very small part of this forage crop is
used nnd the problem has' been to de-
\ ise means by which the stockmen
might be encouraged to locate in Brit-!
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
tn Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rental of Jl an acre. Not more than
2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
l>y the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
■ituated.
The lease will include tbe coal mia-
tng rights only,  but the lessee    may
^
ish Columbin. and thus to convert this
natural  res ,-,-. n,,w  going   to  waste| •>• permitted to     purchase  whatever
year by  yenr,  into    beef and  mutton,'available surface rights may be con-
leather and wool. j sidered  necessary for the working ol
One of the chief difficulties    inherent th« mine at the rate ot    $10.00     an
to this problem,  but which  has     been acre.
successfully overcome, wns to work out In surveyed territory the land must
u plan which, while allowing the rang - be described by sections, or legal
ing of sheep nnd cattle on a large sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
scale, would protect the rang.- itself surveyed territory the tract applied
from injury by over-grazing and above (or shall be staked out oy the ap -
oil, prevent range    monopoly by large plicant  himself.
owners, to the disadvantage of ourseti Each applicant must be accompan
tiers nnd pre-emptors. This problem iod by B fa of j5 wnich will be w
necessitated not ..nly broad considera- funded if the rights applied for ar.
tion of the medthods ,.f utilization of not available, but not otherwise. A
the public rang.' adopted by other royalty shall be paid on the mer
countries and their results, but also 'chantable output of the mine at. the
a careful   consideration  of   the      local   rate of flve cents per ton.
conditions, and tin- adaptation  to the     _, ..       .       ,   ,,
The person operating the mine shal!
furnish the Agent with sworn return*
accounting for the full quantity ol
' merchantable coal mined aud pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agsnt
of Dominion' Lands.
W. W. GORY.
be
most successful      else-
proved to
where.
Hon. W.H. Uoss, Minister oi Lands,
foresaw thai the administration oi
grazing undei' the leasing system would
oiler serious disadvantages in li eking
up large areas against settlement and
other forms of use; and the actual sale
of grazing lands would, ou ihe- em.'
hand invite monopoly, and on the other
require so large a capital investment
by stockmen us t.i retard the development of the industry. He finally de
elded thai under the permit system
enly, co ild full protection of lhe public
interest be assured, since under this
system the- number of stock can lx- limited to the n tual gia/inp capacity of
th.- range, monopoly can be eyectually
pr- • nte'el ind full provision ean bo
made foi keeping the [{razing lands
open foi lettlemenl and fnr Uie utilization    of    timber   anel  of any      other
resources needed  in the settlement and 	
development of  the country. N'otlce is hereby given that the Hon-
Thi    e b   permit    ystem   ourable the Minister of Lands will svit
will in ob    :l,f division of  the   inng.-  atthe following places for the purpose
inie.  n e inr distrii ible  of bearing nny persons who   desire to
*'e a       jive     evidence' cone'inin;  the royalty
,i :
with
i n-1
e
INQUIRY INTO THB ROYALTY ON
TIMBER.
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e,n timber cut from Provincial lands:—
Vancouver—Mon lay, Septembei ^tb.
Kamloo]—Tuesday, September Oth.
Revel to    -Wednesday,      Septembei
10th.
en—Friday, September 12th.
M nia . September loth
ill commence at 9:*!Q a.m.
ii da*.* nt  the c i i 't-house in     eaoh
city. 1st  iss. A.30, 5t.
RR    NOTICK.
Mac-
occu-
glve
Pays Vs
..   ■■ ■.       Horotiin and C.   it.
toki. lt.c, by
md  Druggist.
Inl 'e the 19th day
' en   o'eloek
o    ; ply  to thcWat-
al id   offlc* at Rav-
ci tako aod
on ■   rater   pei
trlbu-
IW   to i lol •
lOl   S.K.
R,   1*.   W.elf
Prii
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M.,
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le
Horo
odyn
Sunday Ice Crcan
COMING EVENTS
y tober   Ii'i an it  Bnglwh '
i   Hy Company, Empres. theatrs
B.-t-mber s-Th- Mr.Ray Oonoert Oo ',,"''"r      l!" ,ll"n '''"f^ "ni1 M
in  Rt.  FtmH. Hall    under Mlpicet     ^™a ^"00 ln n"w pl^ ftt     ,b"
ctiildrrn of Mary-
Bept. 15—" Officer r,6fl "
tkoatre.
E.G. MKfiilMif A .SON
Pii. ind Tinsmith i
RSpuiri,     Hot   Air  nml Funeinc
word a Spcculty
WORK     SHOP
'lonnnii^lel   Avo     -    RAv*l«tnki
llmpn^H
Opera Homt.
10   Tl    Bs riar, Bmprees Mien1
tie hnd a ii
Nov,  it- 'Whal  Happened to Mary," ,. ,,
impress theal i „„
i"   The Barrier, Brnpnei tbwtn "     ' '     '"
I Al'lel ■  -        ' .'ll-   •   e1       I!.,  ■        e .  | T, t' V< I
Oct.  13—"The  Country   Tloy,"   nt   the Nov. 2.1—Thc I,a*rnnc.'    Broiirfh   Oo„        bj  lie
»mpre*s theatre. I   »<  U» BtapreM theatre. thi
Oct. 9 and  10—The Vereatilen, at the
Kmpress theatre,
ie- ■
'li ■ rr ■    ill   ifl"   we ll
foi
Ayer's Pills
i.mnl health di imindi il least one move*
mini ot Ihr DOWcIl UU It d.iy.    Ju«t fine
li/. e    l't/1.,tin ilium-.  SoM lorAOytsn.
\sk v»»r i),„i,,r.    "m!:;,1,;;'.,," fczL'
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF   FINE   WELT   SHOES
Jhe 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.
AGENTS WANTED
TO   SELL   OUR   FAMOUS
ii
RED TAG TREES"
LIBERAL   COMMISSION
AND   GOOD   TERRITORY
Writb at Once for Fun Particulars to
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES, LIMITED
T. ii. DROSTE, Secretary
BOX 834 ALDERGROVE,   B. C.
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there are still a few people who don't
know what a safe combination Bell's Bread
and  New Zealand Butter make	
O. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phono No. 23
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2x4   2x6    $13
No.    1   2x8    $19
No.    1-2x10   2x12    $20
We are overstocked in No. _' and No, I Cedar
dimension .m<l offer above prices as long  as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
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JUST WHAT YOI WANT
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In the way of relis'heB, pickles, pre
serves and daintios either to round
out a meal or to fix up a hurried re-
feotlon for unexpected visitors, If it
good nml K'Ood (o cat it is here and at
a |irleo whieh at onee stamps this as
the most economioal as well u~ the
iniwt. reliable ol groceries,
!Li      Hobson's Grocery
'-*l Phone 41 Box 73 4
Three Big Days - Sept. 23-24-25
NELSON   FRUIT   FAIR
\T NELSON   l-   i
i ii  Kvenl ol the i tenaj i
I- IIICJ    IHIA.     ACTS    TWICE    DAILY        ir,
SEE   * Kb.X COMRDV i 1RCUS"   SEE
PHE BLUCHES," "LES |ARDYS"
Pun in a Hay Wagon   \ Ivuropeun Sensation VValtei Stanton     I
niianticlej   thrUianl Rooster, ami the Dancing Reese,
'">   M.(     \     I'yramid Builders in Living Pyramids,
the Strong Man, in marvellous feats of strength.
MORS*. KACINti, ROCK DRILLING, and other numerous attractions
ll"*: i:\rn.i'  ini Special 1'eature Day and Night ITHB KLECTRK
Hi  i l.nfUS        i MITT'S    FIREWORKS [SCKRKN
A   pre . nted al thc A.Y.I'.
ilNOU<  I ARK FOR THE ROUND TRIP ON ALL LINES
A.D.EMORY, President. G.   HORSTEAD, Secretary and Managei
P. '). Bos   192,  Nelson, B.C.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.!
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer SATURDAY, SEPT. 6th,  1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
FAGE  SEVHM
NO
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READ
THE
LABEL
BAKIN&POWDER
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE   6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
IMPERIAL
NATURALISATION
ACCOMPLISHED
News in Brief
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
-ee  ] romptly  and  perfectly as you are
restauraut      And the service is
:  -. a foretaste oi
THE f:ne meal you will enjoy
'.: s v, id that the way t'i a man's
heart is through his stomach, We are I
Min t>^ reai'h yours if you'll drop in
and tr. nui ni'l ol t.ire II pt-j:,-, t ..-■'.■
;■■.:•■'\ ■ ■ oked and perfectly
will jj in ; our friendship, we
en-..' -• '..tt :\ sute .i > ours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
\  ii. Thiakison M inager.
Ottawa, Sept. 2.— General satisfac-
tion is expressed in politloal circles over the announcement that an agreement has been reached between the
Dominion and British authorities over
the question oi imperial naturalization. Thin has been a vexatious problem for years and has been the subject of long negotiations.
At present Canadian naturalization
laws are not so strict as the British,
ami Canadian naturalization is not
recognized in the United Kingdom.
Thin has resulted in the anomaly that
a man'who is a naturalized British
subject in Canada is not a British
citizen in the old country.
Tin- most notable case of the way
the present law works out is that ol
Hon. Geo. H. IVrley, minister without
portfolio. Mr. I'erley was horn in the
United States and Is a naturalized Canadian. Although lie is an adviser ol
the King, if ha went to England he
would  not be a  Hi iiish subject,
Hon. ('. J. Doherty look up ihe
question with the imperial authorities
while in the old country Inst summer.
A draft law was submitted on hi-- return but this was nii.,ii i~ a'-tory and
now the British authorities have submitted new legislation which has reeeiv
e.l the approval ol the government
here.
This law provides that for naturalization aman must ho a resident in
the empire for flve years,the last year
in En/land. Formerly ll was necessary
to lm five years resident in the old
land. This' legislation will likdy be Introduced-In the British house jexi session and concurrent legislation will he
passed by t'.inaila. Tin' Canadian legislation will require five ye'ars residence
In the empire anel the lasl year in the
Dominion. '
ACCUSE
BRITISH
MISSIONS
solicit a sh u e of your :
ittention given to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
Wi  have just opened
IDEALP00LR00MS
A:ter Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
W.   PAKRY
\i ( iihm:i:ii   and vai.i i:k
HOUSEHOLD   SALES
conducted 'J*
v.\ - anything   and even I
- tune,   new   aiid second hand.
I he has nol ifot he can   ■•■■
■ e -are to call alul   Bee  him   il   \ ■ n
I to gave mone>.
AY.   PA RR Y
•   neei    Mart, McKenzie Vvenue
Revelstoke.   It   C.
Melbourne, Sept, 2—That English
Protestant missionaries in the New
Hebrides island- have employed the
natives' 'o murder Frenchmen, is tho
startling statement contained in the
newspaper New Hebridals, published in
the island, tiles of whih have inst
eome to hand.
'I'll,    w i ioi of   tin'    ii tide   say-    that
11.,   recent  native outrages were     the
result of ibis policy aud that tho
reason for them is that ihe mission -
anes hope i.i obtain ibe abolition oi
the condominium) whi'h places the
islands  half under  French  and     half
Ul  ler British -tile.
i Tlie Protectants think that if the natives murder Frenchmen on every
po sible occasion the latter will be
drii.ii from the islands.
Th" ,vi iier ui.es that all Pro-
le-iaiit missionaries he driven out of
she- islands, and rails upon France to
take notion.
Th   blood of the murdered Frenchmen   iTles   for    v.'ii.- e,"       says    the
. "and it   has   been   proved   that
the un -    n n ., a hnve paid the natives
■ minii murder."
.1. wie.-it Black, ajjod 78, died
a i Amherst, N.8., last Thursday. He
Wns a prominent figure in militia affairs and in 1880 establishe 1 The Amherst Gazetto, the flrst newspaper pub-
II hed in Amherst.
The Calgary voters' list, compilation of which was completed thi^week
shows that there are 10,139 more voters in Cal tra ry this year than were *n
the listof last year.
France has more bicycles than any
other country in the world. Nearly
3,000,000 machines are in u* there, or
one to every thirteen people. In ad -
dition, the French folk use nearly 100,-
000 motor cycles and nearly 00,000
moi or   cars.
Many square miles of the best deer
hunting grounds in Canada have beeu
ulterlydestroycd in the Parry Sound
district during the past few days. Six
flres were counted burning at \arious
points wiihin a radius of a few miles
of Voakvicw* -talion, on the Canadian
Northern.
The Queen's Own Hussars, of Uue
bee, the oldest eavub'y regiment in
Canada, in which many Canadian military officers, in liiiliii - Colonel Oscar
t'elletlor and General Lessard, mceived
their early iraiti.n , l*.a< been disbanded. The' e oi ps has been in existen e
li'l  years.
Tic three free scholarships in McGill University have hecn offered by
the!irand Trunk Railway Company
to railroad employees under '21 years
of aec. who desire a college educa -
tion. The young men will be expected
to work for the company during the
vacation periods.
Mr. \V. A. Rae, barrister, Grande
Prairie, 1 iberal M . I h ph ' t- I
terscn, ('i.ui PiaH . Conservative;
and Mr. V.'. '•', Rrell.i, Independent
Conservative, were nominated before
Mr, A. W, (*.n v, th. retu ■
foi lip Pence i(e-.., ron Hituency, on
Monday ai  Grande Prairie.
An appeal for $500,000. with whieh to
provide adequately for the British
team that is io be <mi ,,, the Olym-
pii games in 1016 has inst beenissued.
It i< signed by Earl Grey Lord Harris
ii Ic ,|,i-i ami' io King George; Lord
Roberts. Lord Rothschild, Loi*d Strath
cons and the Duke of Westminster.
I p i.e ihe i ad of July, 202,000 emigrant ifi tlieUnlted Kingdom for
the    overseas    dominions.      Enquiries
.iiiii'ii • ih.-   -steamship offlic how  that
pi icti ally all lirst and second 'lass
berth* nre full for the next flve week-,
hut there is B considerable decrease
in the demand for third class accom ■
modation
The extension ..f the rural delivery
Bystem has resulted in ihe ,-losing oi
250 of the poslofflees in the -ir .11 vil-
i igi -• in Cana la. One omVe in an
Ontario village thai nas been estab-
' foi BO years was . los.-d la-t
month.   T.e keep pace with the     in-
rease of settlers in the west, 178 new
■ ih ■•• ha re been opened.
\iiiimiiui. incni has bei n made that
Lome W Mulloy. B.A , the blind he-
roof the South African war. has received ihe aPointmenl of lecturer in
English and Canadian history at ihe
Royal Military College at Kingston,
Ont. Mulloy, after the war. look a
course in an al Queen's University
and graduated in 1906.
li is estimated that the impeachment proccedibgs in connection with
the trial of Governor Sulzer o' New
Vork, will cosl the state $300,000.
The trial may last three months, involving prolongod session of the
Stat.- II,.use at a cost estimated at
$17,000 n week, ln adlition, Uiere will
be counsel charges, mileage for wit-
. stenographers, etc.
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BARGAINS
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Among our recent purchases we have secured some DECIDED
BARGAINS and we are going to give our customers the benelit
of our buying in quantities to secure the price.
We Incite You to Call
at   Our  Store   Any    Time
During  WeeK. Ending Sept. 13
when we will take pleasure in showing you some splendid values in
all departments. Don't forget to ask for Piano Votes with every
purchase.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
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30 DAYS
5*
SEPT. 6
ms»
THIS URGE STOCK OF MENS AND BOYS' UPTD-DATE
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS TO OF CLEARFD OUT
Within 30 Days. No Reserve
Consisting of
Men's and Boys' Clothing
and Furnishings
PRICES   AWAY    DOWN
Sale Starts Sept. 6,1913
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR BARGAINS
. MTARLA
MEN'S SUITS
MEN'S SUITS
Regulai $17.30   _ (tie nn
10 $23.00 <pi«M«»
MEN'S HATS
$2.00
Regular $3.00
$3.50. $4.00
Men's ARROW COLLARS
2 for 25c
Men's ^ Boys'Silk Ties*
Reg. 30c OCp
to 75c. £31'
Lots of Odds and Ends of
Men'sand Boys' Underwear
HALF PRICE
Men's Panamas
$5.00
Regular $7-50
to $9.50....
MEN S CLOTH GAPS
Reg. 50c
lo 75c
35c
MEN S DRESS SHIRTS
50c
Regular $1.00
Regular $1.00
MEN'S ARROW SHIRTS
$1.25
Reg. $1.75
to  $2.50
MEN'S SHIRTS
Odds and Ends
Your choicefor
65c
Boys' Kimu!) Cotton Hose
KIIUII Ii
All Sizes
All Sizes
25c
Men's Silk Lisle Half Hose
tRoe7g5c50c  3 for $1
Men's Cashmere Half Hose
Black    and  Tan
Reg. 35c and 50c
25c
te
a -fAGE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, SEPT. 6th, 1913.
LOCAL Hfld GENERAL
Miss Francis Lawson will open her
n.'w studio on McKenzie avenue on
Sept. ISth.
Mi-'. E. W. Erickson ui Malakwa,
wh was ir. the hospital here last week
returned to her home Monday evening.
Owing to high water, the excursion
nt Fire Brigade No. 1 as advertised for
itomorrow, has been postponed until
;-  nday, Septembei* 14th.
Miss Lilly Harper, of the King Edward hotel stafl has recently returned
fi   :a spending a week-end'holiday with
I        n :le at Salmon Ann.
jessii Mi Beth i- bui Ic iu town
after paying a ten'day visil to her broth Cain. Me Belli of the s.s. Yale Who
j      es liis  home' at  Arrowhead.
The City hotel inquest jury and Coroner, met in the City Hall on Thursday eveuing. and adjourned tor one
week, pending production of further
evidence uow under process of investigation.
X BUSINESS LOCALS X
The Sodality of the Children of Mary
are instrumental    in bringing a   very
You need not worry and muss     up
your wife's tidy kitchen with smutty
Some people say, "it goes in one
ear and out the other." That's easy
high class concert company to our ciiy they have nothing else for lt to go pipes if you use Coursier's coal. t.c.
On Monday evening in St. Francis hall through; but people who stop to think
Miss Lucy Wnbling and Mr. Water Mc - buy their olothes from Cressman the
Kaye will appear jointly in a repertoire Tailor.
of  the latest New    York and   London
A set of carveis    is the prize
omedy  and dramatic playlets,  inter-        .     .  ,.    D a ,   .     TT    .
week at the Revelstoke Hardware.
thia
1. tta Dupout and the Mlsse-i
!.     :    ii. Goldie and Margaret  From-
, .i ..■ i on     Sunday to school af
St   Ann's c invent, New  Westminster.
.- a eie-h    -t: ice will  1"' beld  in    the
liuavian  Lodge  Room,  on  Sept.
j       ai s p.m.   Rev    I A   Stromtn ol
v .  couver will  be here.
'e   post     cn
1 Balfou
I-
I
i-
i    t*e(   .
etiu eunce-
thi.- mci'uiujj
Iiiii Mr, K
evenl
spersed with Ur. Drummond-s folklore
sketches and sketches from Dickens and
Bhakespeare.
On Friday afiernoon a Party of Fall
Fair committees, were taken by auto
to the exhibition grounds, when the sti
nation was gone over, aud certain rin- !
al preparations set undei' way for the
-i-eat celebration.
Aftor succeeding in killing the cele -
luuted old-timer silver whiskered rat,
n huge specimen of his tribe, which lins
haunted the uew exhibition building
ever Bince hi- holes were covered with
Ue' cement husement last year, thu
pany  returned to town at 4 p.m.
Am..nt; other additions lo the build-
in.:- sanctioned, wero the provision of
additional spectators boxes and a new
otlico tor the secretary, where the visum-ln.uk will he located, whilst an es
tla ii.'i nl Coops will be installed in the
I oultrj   building.
A district exhibit oftiel.1 and garden
The Trueman Studio is the house
for high class finish for amateur work
all prints with white borders.
The MeRaye concert Co. will appear
in St. Francis Hall under the auspices
of Children of Mary, on Sept. 8th.
The small hand bills being delivered
for the big 30-day sale at V. S. Mc-
Fat'land's cannot name every thing
that is on sale, but come along and see
big bargains on everything in the.stoie way8'  we keep the best, the work
turn out is the best,  you might     as
At the   Trueman     Studio, all por- w«u have the best, it willcost you no
traits are high grade and guaranteed.  more  .-Cressman,   the  leading  ladies
Why we are invaluable  to you. Our
stock is kept at high water mark   al-
Wll
Mrs. W. H. Pottruff, who has been
spending a few days holiday with
relatives in Vernon, returned home to
Revelstoke Tuesday morning.
The Methodist church holds .Sunday j'
services at 11 a.m. and 7:110 p. in, on
Mackenzie avenue. Sunday school at
2;30p.m. Pastor, Kev. Lashley Hall.
We shall be glad at any time to see
visitors or travellers passing through.
In   the   morning  there   will   be    an a visit to her auut, Mrs
address hy the general secretary   of
the    Y.M.O.A.,   Winnipeg.    In    the
evening a sermon  by the pastor on
"Women."
Mrs.   McCleneghan   will   receive
Wednesday, Sept. 10th.
Miss Blodgett oi Chicago, is here on
L. Patrick.
Complete change of program every
Miss Ella Sykes was the guest last
week, of the Women's Press Club iu
Winnipeg.
Miss Pearse, who has been the guest
night at Star Theatre.   To-night, AVar of Mrs.  J.D.  Sibbald, went east    Fn-
in the Phillippines in 3 parts; (treat day afternoon.
Bison Spanish-American War Picture,
also universal weekly showing all the
and me-i's tailors.
.,  an easj   wuu.i-i In everj
.    ,,     .    ,,0/ui, 1,   produce from   Revelstoko  and   di-trict,
ll:.-ii-.I.. Mi    .lack fc ibbaia   ' i ... ,
,. ,       ,       , ,   ,    i- lobe in'. ,'.ii  d and put or, exluluuou
still in the handicap but  ha    1 a .     ,     , !■       ,. ■    ,
al     ihe io rt li. onung  New  Wesimmsiei
d    tate I  ;n the  i h iinpi mship. ,,,.•• ,    , i
tall lau*     whi.h commences early     in
idf   :
. ie Canadian Cluh ha*. ■■ de -.I, ■ to
1. . ; regular monthlj meetings through
out thc winter on lhe second Moudaj
evening*of call month. Mrs. W. M.
Lawrence has kindly pla ed her diaw-
ia,j room ul the disposal o: ihe club
t. he nexi meetiugou Monday even -
Sepl. sih
• Empress theatre wishes to au-
0 . thai thej hav e booked the
i ee    attra tions  fui*  the Kail  au.l
Winter, their next big attraction beiug
'Ollicor 066." Tin. -how makes a big
Jump from Edmonton right to  Revel-
October.
Hon. '1 h.i.uas Taylor, minister oi
I iililieWe.rR- for the province ol British Uolumbia, and member for this .on
—A. Douglas Tourner.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General AgencieB, Ltd.
Keep In mind the MeRaye Concert on
Sept. 8th, in St. Francis Hall. Tha
Children of Mary promise you a jolly
night's entertainment. Admission, ad-
i.lis Tae, children oOc.
Don't lose your hard-earned votes in
the Lawrence Hardware Piano Contest
hy keeping them back.   Hand them in
eaeh Wednesday. Votes are not to be fabrics, exclusive in pattern, distinct-
held over. The colors will be changed ive in style are the ladies tailored
and the old votes will then be value- suits turned out by our Pails Ladles'
less. tailor,  have  your  suit  mado  to-order
with Cressman the Tailor.
i    The 30-day sale at C. S. McParland's
is a genuine' sale.    N'nw is the time to
buy your winter ^oi ds at cost price,as
' every article is marked very low.
Laugh overleaps laugh, surprise follows surprise, and thrill chases thrill
in the unfolding of tho plot and story
of "Officer 666' the sensational farce
which will be presented here at the
Empress theatre on Monday, Sept. 15.
Revelstoke's home of art—The True-
man Studio. Call and see us, when
discttssiig portraits. Prices to suit
all.
Mr. Kirk of Arrowhead, was in the
city from Thursday tillSaturduy nioru
ing of this week.
| world's wants in motion pictures.
Monday "Within the Limit of the
Law," society drama. Tuesday, "The
Dead Secret,"   Wilkie   Oollin's novel
and    Eclair     weekly.     Wednesday,  for tho be^at of his health
Mask and  Owena,  comedians,  Indian
Legend.
Mr.   H.Z.   Crawford  returned  Thill's -
day from a short trip to tlio Ukauagau
Mr. A.ti. Parry of Second sl reel has
gone east to visit relatives, and bring
back Mrs.  I'arry and children.
Tho highest degree of rare taste, rich
The' Versatiles and coming, without
• a douht the Versatiles are the best   ln
the west.   The  Kmpress and the Versailles October Oth and 10th.
Jobbing done, window denning a
specialty, splitting wood, etc. Apply
N. L. Martin, Cily Restaurant or telo-
| hone '88. 2iss.
In consequence of a cloudburst in
the vicinity of Albert Canyon, tratlic
on the main line of the O.P.R. has
been entirely suspended both ways for
two days.    The  burst exploded  over  Winnipeg  yesterday afternoon
the road on 5Wednesday and  in  spite
of the efforts  of an enormous force
who were rushed to the scene,  trains
were unable   lo  get   through  until  a
lite hour on Friday night.    In conse-     Mr, iin,[ Mrs. R. Howson,  who wout
quence of the temporary  interruption   ,0 ,\v[ |ou ,,„ Monday were detained uu
to traffic,  several  hundred   of extra tmjust evening by the delayed trains,
visitors were enabled   to   become ac |
qualnted with the scenic   beauties of
the "Capital of Canada's Alps." )
Mrs. Hermann McKinney has been iti
lhe cily for several days.   She wcut to
Mr.  W.S.  Cameron  came home  Saturday fot* a week's holiday. lin intends
returning to Calgary tomorrow.
Mi* Boyd. t.ench-T of the Sehuniatin
me i hod of pianoforte,     lato   pupil   of
Frau  Justinus Kerner, pupils ot     the
i late Madame Clara  Josephus  Schum-
You ean get your winter's coal  this' „nn  Frankfurt conservatorium,      also
Pupil of    Ruben -
as    opened a    studio at 112,
lenial   ;1 smile if you obtain your supply from   Second  Street, west,  Intending pupils
Coursier. t.c.      may be interviewed there.     S.3 4t.
stituency,  arrived in  townou     Friday
morning.   The  Hon.  Gentleman    only
recently returned from his ollicial visit
io tho   International good  roads     convention al  Loudon, England.       After j year by  making faces at the engineer,   of Bradshaw Mnioi
pen-diug a couple oi week- in  Victoria ' as the train goes by, but you can wear   stein,     hi
attending t.i the pile
business awaiiing his personal at ten -
tion lm*- ing accumulated during his ah
sence,     bo   ha- come   ou to   Hevelstoke,
eioke then  to Kamloops  and   \ an ou-  and will mave a seven day tour of the
conslituencj leaving toi* the south this
morning, then •■ returning to spend
Beveral days in Revelstoke. It is possible, ii odlcial bu-iuess at Victoria
will permit, that he may officiate at
the opeuing ceremony oi the Sixth Au-
nual Fall   Pair here on  ihe  loth inst.
im Friday evening at T.;;n p.m., Mr.
Tayloi mei u ape ial meeting    of     the
Board  ol Trade,  when matters ertect-
e district were talked over in au
infoi uial manner.
ver. Travelling in their own private
ca:. Seat- will be on sale in the
courde   of  a few days at Macdonald *
■ -tore.
Mi.  afld Mrs.  Com dei      au.l  familj
. pi in   up the Big Beud road
or day  und came ui ar l.a*e Ing
i eftiny   idvi autre.   They > aiupeJ
, sandbar for se\ eral « hi
irsiei   te   .., pn >ai ing . woo I
Uppei Oi   fried   bacau    m.I   lean
1.
;.   .
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Tbe  appei i/nig o.lor    Ulra
and  lin*    . iiii-  wh ' ime
:   the bushes  io  Investigate. The
ol   the  chil Iri n   . ' |Wi i*i tou
h  ioi   iln'  In inn family  an I they
decamped  leav iu_• the  ban '
arnd party  liehind t liera.
iiiiL'ajaJsiajaiasiaiBiaiaiaiaiaEEiajaiaraJ
I SALES and WANTS
r!
Illi. lino   ::   Minimum 25(
•aiajsiasisiaiaiaiaisia/aiaiarajaia/aiaisidi
FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms. Apply
ll J, Becond street, west.
2t.
Mi.  P.C.B.  Hai .'>...:  the l>  •
! .n   i h"
..  . he i-  here foi   hi
:   .   ,.■   .i     Moui I
and   subSe |U  n  l.>    i.mm.i '
. on - ime  o bi   dep u um
a .   .i Bn
in        •■ Domi t Nat..en     I  .
I Following   the   fe|
.  M.P.
tnj    Pe'it'h    Mi    ''    ■:   Ma
i    ■'      ), and
I     ' !   i.l- 1
i tain   will be  ma le eiihet
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A pany of the \ou;i.
M.e,n enjoyed an   ex ursion to the
De ttschman i  t e       lea os
tt ll la]       m.Mii phi   ' I l tbey
went to 01 i tei    ml non:
• ■  tl ^i a.m. for the Caves    1   •
of _*ood wagon road
l '.a  In .aii-iei  of iho   City
hotel license, Mi    J.C. Tapping, licen-
.<••■, will pr oon as po- ible to
.   new   : to dato  hotel      in
thi   citj o; Revelstoke.
This modern  Bti icture  will be ereot-
nlon  the properly  .leise io ib- corner |
... i-'.i  i   -ii. • - an 1 i iri.m avenue,     ai
. n tppri ■ 1,000.   Pla
oiu.    It     i-   into:;
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in line wuh the moden
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Ot-
l. . , nun for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Of-
iice,  Fir-t  street,  Hevelstoke,  b.C.
FOR SALE—Four Milch Cows, in
•roejd bape, 'U mnl- can be inspe <-
e'd and term- obtained from Charles
Qranstrom,     across Oolumbia FUver
. i Town,   Revel
Band Concert.
The music lovers of this cily will bd
pleased to hear that the Revelstoke
cily hand will render the following interesting program on Tuesday evening i.
next, Sept. 0, in (he   new   band  stand '
opposite the King Edward hotel:
March   Distant Greeting	
 Angttste Doring
Overture    Diamond Shir	
 J. A. Greenwood
(','1 net Sole   Jamie	
 0. L, Barnhouse
Song   March   Trail     Lonesome
Bine.. P. Smith
Selection-The Sunny Soutb...
_    .    t. Bodewalt Tarmpe
Baritone   Solo   Village   B'ack-
-"lith   Weis-i
I .en, ei t Waltz   Olivetti' |. A. Meyets
March- Kaiser Ftedrich. .Freideoiann
Mr. A. L. Seymour, General Travel
ling Passenger Agent, of theO. P. Ry.,
was among the distinguished visitors
delayed bote by  a cloud burst  which
temporarily tied up main line traffic.
Our readers will recall Mr. Seymour,
who, some months ago, showed his
interesl in Kevelstoke by accepting
an invitation from the Progress club
to climb ihe scenic mountain and inspect tin- proposed Auto Highway
route, a full report of which trip appeared in the columns of the Mail-
Herald ai that time. He is still
continuing to add his Influence to
those working I'or lhe completion of
the project as a great tourist asset,
and will lake advantage of bis pre--
eiice tbis time lo obtain furl her dat i
regarding the matter to be laid befoie
[rectors on teturning to Montreal.
Mrs. Hairy and children, who have
beeu visitincr Mrs. Harry's sister Mrs,
d.l'. Forde, returned to Vancouvei last
week.
Mi-s Iiiiiii
bars of Osl
visit to Mrs
west.
t'llim  and Mi-s Kale Kie-
kash, Wis.,  are here ou a
H.G.  Knight, First  St.,
	
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Mr. GoUgb, who has been vi-itiug
his daughters all summer, is now aw
uy io see the coasl citios for a low
weeks.
Mr. Ai i ol. missionary of Three.' Valley and thc camps a- fat* a-' (ioi.I' u was
a visitor in town a couple of days this
week, the guestof Hev. J.W. Stevenson
Mrs. .). I.Jems uud sou clarence, returned Tuesday morning fiom a very
I lea ant holiday. They have been visiting for two months through Manitoba .ind in Fort  William.
Mr. Montgomery from l'rince KI
wanl Island, arrived In lown lasi week
Ford Automobile Co., of Canada, to visit liis daughter Mrs. Bowden. Mi
whose giant workshops and planl are Montgomery is an uncle of Miss L. C.
situated at Walkerville, Ont., with Montgomery, author of "Anne Of
Mrs. Dean, are among the travellers ('"*'" Gables" and other populur Caii-
now spending three days in Heve - adian novels
stoke owing lo the block on   the  Cl
Mr. Dean, general  manager of tin
It, main line east of
	
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Dunsmuir Hotel Sold
Ml'l'li   E Is lieie' V    giV! II    lllll   .1    1.11
Clayton Ta| g,   ibe   ho'der of n Ii'i*,,-,.,,,  ,,.ii   |q„or  by  r. tail  ai   thn  'l'"'"'^   were ll"v,'M  ,"*"u*
pi,,ni-e-   known   as  lbe  Cilv   lloie:.   trict  visiting 8 Mile   Falls  am
the  city,   On
Thursday, in company with  Aid. \V.
II. Horobin, and under the skilful
pilotage of Drivel .1. Beck, Mr, and
Mrs. Dean weie taken by niot< r to the
present end uf Mounl Revelstoke
Scenic   Auto   Highway   and    subse-
Ibe   (iis
ther
Miss Essie M. Collin-, a dcudnoss of
Ml. Pleasant church, Vaucouver, waa
thoguost for a short time Una A*eck oi
Mi. Lashley Hall. Miss Collins has
been visiting Deaconess Irwin at Mr-.
McRao's ranch, I'm, her Creek. She
lefi fm homo on Thursday,
We heal   i  good  .1 a! of ■ ,>lli_;c freshmen  . lass,-' but noi   .-,,  nine h  of    ihoifl
* isisii,,'!. Revelstoke, tamely Lots  points of interest.   .Mr.   Ford was so littlo interesting six-year-old    who be-
IB8 HeveUtoke b" < ■""mt^ds'1'!" V'^"d wi"' "," "''''"'' l,eaUtiM "'' «iu thi^ month their journey down ihe
apply to ibe Board nf License com. Revelstoke and vicinity that he ex- uowcy puh- of knowledge, next to
missi uii'is for lhe City   ol   Kev el-!,.,,    presses his intention of returning next   il„. graduating elas, the receiving room
Octobei   in  order lo make  ih" com- fa always
plete ascent of Mount  Kevelstoke and amusement io
gain further pleasure by a tour of lhe nf hm,. t,ul_
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i   meeting  ot   the -aiil  board lo be .
i. ',1 i."\t after ibe ex pit ai ion of thirty :
days from the firsl publication of this
notice for the tiansl'er of aaid license
to the premises situate on tbe corner LNew  8uiumlt   National   I'ark.    It is jjjm iSl,.;ill
e.i  First   Street and Orton hvenue, be-1 possible that .Mr.  Ford  will, in com- Abrahamson
ilin lot- 17. I> and 111 in block   17, Plan   Danv with  bis irood  ladv    sliv   over »• ^.   '
,;;,;\   Revelatoke 'p "u,.v,  BtB)   ovel Morden; H.w-
Dated this oth day of September. 1013. ttnother  (U>'  BVe0  now>   '"  i0,n   ',l Ernest; Gorln
J. c. T.M'i'ix,..    | "peoial party organldng for the accent ne8.  John80U)  j,.„ln„,
°B° McGregor, Isabel; l'i
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•hat the Ma k*n*l   an:  Mann in
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tl b        thi    av<
tghly explored foi sev  ho
marvelloui formation
msttnifi'eo'-e of  the ,   -
ery amply repaid them  I  '   * i'1"
tions.   After lunch they   u ed  to Giao-
tir in time to       ifl.  *■ isck ti
town    The  party   mr I      H*rl
Harold M ilhollan \n il iiu-
I . iw-n In key, K.l I •! ■■ Bob
Bl iir, Olifl rr | hiit.   tad K\   v- rt«l
Mr. W   Boyd, g-ma!  pr >pri<?toi of the
Hal yon     Spring•  hotel   |>as ■! thru'
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in the matter of tl state of Arthur
Scothorne, late of the Oity ol Revelstoke, I!. 0., decs ise 1.
M i'1'K !•:   i- hereby given that all
persons   having   any   claims  or  demands itgainsl  the late Arthur Scot-
torne w bo,lied ,.,. .,,   about the l-'lih
■■  Vpril, 101*1, al n-i I'.si.ike in i be
Province of  British lolumliiii, aro re-
oui red  *ee semi in   p,,st prepaid or tu
eb'livei to the Ui (Ihisign el Ej.illctfOl'S
fot VVal til li, i. tin- ,,Iimi,i .in,,oi
..I tin- estate ofthe snul di used,! heir
eld    lel'll .'-.   -   .111,1     I'llll   |>,'||!ic||
> i ii itigof lli.-ii , Iniiinanil-inte-
t    l>,' rn .uul i be nut ore
I i'l,'-. il ,in\. held by lie in,
I thai  iii'i ihe :ti'I dav of Nowni.
ber, i:i|:(. laid Wain-, n. Bell "ill pn
■•••ll      le,     .lisl, ibllle-     U.e-     ;i«-e|s     |,|     ||,|-
■'        I    e'll     ,1111'ellK      1 lie'     |   ,'| rell||S   ,.1,.
tilled thereto  having regatd  only  lo
-■ . hum-. e,i which he sb ll then iuu e
oxl i li ,1   I In- -aid minimis
special parly organizing for the a
' to-morrow, but If he is unable
| this lime, he will make the ascent on
bis next western tour teis Pall. As a I
bead ollicial of what is undoubtedly I
the greatest automobile manufactur I
Ing concern In the world, Mr. Dean isl
naturally intensely Interested in their
. ..' .. .,1a
centre oi interesl     .mj
visitors.   Tie- "line-up''
in i entrul ^.■hooI undei
charge, i- as follow-   -
Doris;    Allum,      Kdgar
Kenneth Fraaer; Kield,
Tommy; Johnson, Ag-
Lynoh,     Leo;
my,  I'hnlyn,  Bob-
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uiiiipie automobile ati tact ions to he
provided in tbe scenic highway, and
when he has gained personal evidence
as to the tourist possibilities of the
famous peak, by the ascent referred
to, he will embody -atne in the Pall
issue of the I'oril Times, the ptetnier
motor tinning publication of tlii.-,
American continent which circulate*
throughout the earth to tin- tune of
something like 000,000copies per issue.
Tbe I'onl ( oiiipany were the pioneers
of I lie   low-priced    high   iptalily   car,
oris. Marjorie; Roberts, May; Ross,
John; Russell, Helen; Wipfli, Bertha;
Wiplli,  Paul;   young,  Percy.     In   the
Selkirk s.hool the licslininn class under Miss Creelmau's care Is     unii-ually
and includes:—Teddy Baker, Bar-
and the fact I hat their  machines  will 1>aI>l>ns.
ah Hell, Clarence Cashato, Raymond
Defoe, ii'ilainina Deurpo, Jean Edwards
Johnnie Plagger, Letitia Kettanti, Kl-
ena Qallicuno, Gertrude Garland, Delimit llool-y, Bruce Hume, Khrence
Jackson, Annie Jenkins, Robert John
ston, M„ry Kilpatrick, Kian. is Law •
renoe, Malcolm MaclTadyen, Kathleen
McSorley, Alvin Merberg, Sandn Pie
telli, Dgo Pradolini, Ruby Rutherford,
Sanda Seiianni, Kreh Slump. David
Sturdy, Amelia Wallbaun     ana Mike
en route for  horn-,      aftor in] ntnfT.  phot,, mfn   t                      eU
spending four days holidey at Kelowna iH ,n ;n,.   ,,, ,„
For once, he seem» to have discovered pr,-s<-ni   remains  rerji  little    .*•    th»-i
i-ome other ipol on the map -, il lids of Iream
Halcyon, and speaks in glowing usrm.i Hews   Interested    ., ,  ,m    bat    •
o<  Kelowna and how he Was  wdonsei th., .ibtor Ih a  member  of  'ho  •
there    H"  -nys    that   next   lo  Revel- ,„„  Dlviltofl ol  'he  In   it.,*-     'I ,ijr„
h-oke lof course) Kelowna U thi bus- „!,,,., nJi4 ti,,- mechanical stafl
(est  little luir.'in the  Interior this fall • typos"    la n   . and  true
he mutt have been treated liberally hy HeraM
the manager ol     the Tobacco (»■ tory 0,^
down thei.'for I.,   bring    -''in:c Stor-
bs ol th",n being   i millioinigari     h<-
h nd   with   their .nrrenl   orders, nnd de-
scrlbes    th,'    canning (ai'torie« in th"
flame litllo town a1--  genuine hive.     of
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e,wi, •rn^r   of
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ie«dv  nr-  beavj      Mu  h  \ntr,n%.. ft tir
will   nol   in-   liable foi the said   negotiate With perfect ease our scenic
■     pari thereol to any per   Alpine  Highway,   featured   In    th
•OU      ' one  he shall lieel   I In
celved nol Ice
Dated  al  Revelatnk", B. (
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dav of September, I9IH,
Harvki    Mi fun l-li Ai Pl.NKII Hi,
s..ii.-.,,.,11,„ Waltei II. Hell.
llll    llllll   -ll    -l'|l  li
magazine referred   to,   cannot   fail   to
tj,!!  |.j  prove a glgantla advertisement of the
right kind for Revelsloke.
Mrs.   Harry   (ioddard  has
homo from a pleasant live woeks'
with her parents at  tho coast.
School of Music
visit
sre   pt -
An id" trieal engineer, named
ham     of  I. imlon,  clnlmn  'he'   „
Invested   nn   improved   method
transmitting    '.und        Ho
Mai
,nion
#il
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for
to
, in  B   -'"<
Mr. A.n. Oarlion wishes to express
bis thanks to thn boys ol tha oily lire
In iHnd.-a, who rendered such yeoman
service 1  iih ,vm^ hia propei ly    during
the .e- illt   llle'
'OfBot   066      n ,-e,o«i  natursd oop-
.    ' . "■ ifOerS  in  eNinw   Y.irk  nil
... iauKh.il il, .1   heeds n't ni
hm Ineffectual efforts     to arrest    the
tatioaal kpoU ''"< 'h'"' *'"• "' lhp P'»Ti 1n-
-.    ,        „ h,M   ,, .,, 'i," uniform ol Lbs brave:
Ohio. ths  rr**,i1.-n'       ap   """ ''  ""•**" ll"'  "-'"t"w»y " Mr. S.L. BruKley, book-keeper ol the
it                    e-ntiri' «how,    was Not, however, l.e^ore    many thrilling   A. Hobson store, had an exciting   en-
awardM   to     'miano  fr.n'      Onttlto IpleodM  lm VS    r ,|i|>sd   op ifl  the threo  counter with a liear,  whilst out grouse
won  fir'    in  i»b own  eUflS,    #here il lOtn An ■ , tin Mn'llugh, the author of   shooting on tho 1st, nt Albert Canyon
i      grouped with Mo' ,  Bflotle   Maine 'h'   fnrre, takes to tell his most amus-  Bruin came ho close and  <eemid lo be
Mama i*g    lory      Officer 866"  which in ons ,looking lor trouble, that Mr. Brugiey
prod'ietivo   industry.     There   mu t   bo  ha*»o phoioKraphml  Hoiind-  on  n mov-
lometblna in it. for he ordered a    ran '"ic nl"'. w|dh   nn be reproda ti   In
of Kelowna  [wnohe" al   the   hotol   for  en nudlblomnnner   Ihroogfe   'be      tele- N.w  rTampritfre,      Vermont,
hroakfait.  nnd  sayfl in  future he  will   phono.   Ho Helms  that   il l»i Iree    of ehtfei*,     ''oeoetirul.   Rhodl     (Mend,'ol the genuine hitn of IMI, will be pre  fired bin ohot gun when the animal ap-
specify B.O, pro*luot' when buying Him ; Imperfection"  and noon   will    demon- Now    Vmi,,    Michigan.  Wi   on-dn and   tented  h,«re ni tho Bmpfeee theatre on  parently hit and badly frightened, dls-
Sjar goods. jstrate Its pra'ticalnlity Minneeota. 'MflBWiy, Hopt.  ISth. iappeared Into the bush.
I
Prof. CO. Brownell, a graduate ol
returned j tttl' Drtsden Conservatory of Germany
and a pupil of 3chaler and William
Shakespeare Sr., of Covent Graden,
London, will open a sohool, teaching
piano, pipe organ, and vocal culture,
for singing and speaking. Proi. Brownell will ad'l other branonen such as
thorough bass and harmony, arranging score for band and orchestra, vio -
Hn,  brass and reed instruments etc.
Prof. Brownell canton to us with ths
very best recommendations. To begin right meanrf time nnd money saved. School wil) open to receive pupils
Irom Sept. 1st to Bept. 10th, a' St.
Francis Hall, McKenzie avenue, at 10
a.m. and 3 p.m.
lat isn, Aug. 30, to Sept.  lUlh.

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