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REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 29, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
•■j 4 W-d make a contribution ol this
We spend millions on railways
mark you, most of the money
LuOies from London. We act quickly
in the matter of local development;wc
should act more quickly in the question of national defence, hnvinc in
view always that most of our money
comes from good old London town.
British Columbia looks upon this as a
national undertaking, which should
take precedence of all else."
Premier McBride concluded ley stat -
ing that the approval of this item and
the voting o! this money would clear
the wuy i'or a larger Imperial movement in whi.'b Canada might hope to
co-operate in a scheme of Imperial federation.
CANADA'S
SHARE IN
DEFENCE
Sir Richard McBride Deplores
Dominion's Failure to Do
Her Part.
A record crowd which niimlieml among its notables His Royal Highness
the Duke ol Connniight, assembled in
the Chateau Laurier at tho dinner given ia honor of thc visiting provincial
premiers by the Ottuwu Canadian
Club. The spacious dining room was
packed with a representative gathering
of Ottawa people and with the members of the visiting provincial governments.
To Hou. Sir Richard McBride, Pre
mier of British Columbin, and Hon.
Walter Scott, Premier of Saskatche -
wan. fell the honor of addceasing the
assembly. His Royal Highness the
Duke ol Connaught, though only 18
hours in the capital, occupied a Beat
to tho right of tbe president of the
olub,while at the head table were gath
erod Premier Borden, Sir Wilfrid Lain*
icr. Sir Richard McBride and Hon. G.
H. Murray, Hon. Walter Scott an 1
Hon A. L. Sifton. while many mem-
tors oi thc cabin.'t and a larger por -
tion of the visiting delegates were
grouped in tbe near vicinity.
Hi*- Royal Highness, at the conclusion ol the speeches, beggod leave of
the president to make a brief reply.
He especially expressed sympathy and
regard for the great men who repre -
eented the provinces of the Dominion.
Ho thanked those present warmly and
cordially    for    tbe kindly    reception,
which he had received upon his re -
turn to take up the high duties of his
cttice
On behalf of the Duchess he expressed beirtt'elt thanks for the kindness
nnd sympathy shown during ., time ol
trouble and anxiety.
It had tv'cn n great help he declared,
to feol that thoy ha 1 the sympathy of
the whole* Canadian people duiing that
inn.
He assured the gathering that tbey
had thc warm sympathy and affection
of their Gracious Sovereign and this
message he wished to convey to tho
Canadian people. Referring to the
upoe< he- made, he declared thut he was'
happy to know thnt in the important
•mutters of Imperial dofen.v the people
of Canada were on" in their anxiety to
do thoir whole duty to  the Empire.
Sir  Richard  McBride declared    thnt
ho ''ould say     without oflin.-o to  the'
Lieutenant-Governor of Canada,    that.
the v isit  paid to the West had left    a
marked impression on Canadian reel -
den's along     the     Pacilic seaboard.— ,.     „ . .         ,.                   ,          - ,    ,
■                                 u«u» ,jn *p,.,Miay  afi,.rnoon  at four o clock
'"Thoro is Imt pne voice from this pnrt .,             _,      , .,„ ,         .„ .  ..;.„,]  .„
„   _.* ' the parents of  the boys an- invited to
the gym to see what progress the boys
INDUSTRIAL EXPANSION
IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
HIGH TRIBUTE
IS PAID TO
SIR RICHARD
The Montreal Daily Mail (Independent), dealing editorially with the return of Sir Richard McBride from his
trip abroad speaks in enthusiastic
terms of the British Columbia premier
Says the Mail :
"Sir Richard McBride, K.C.M.G., is
again in Canada diffusing optimistic
views of Anglo-Canadian relations,
and especially regarding his own province's rapid progress and glowing
prospects. His frequent transatlantic
trips have borne much iruit in indue -
ing British capital to seek investment
in tIje almost phenomenal natural resources of the province. The prime
minister ol British Columbia has ef -
tectually convinced the English investors that his government's measures
eombine arogress and safety and afford ample revenues for a progressive
program without forestalling the yield
from tbo province's assets of th"* fut-
i re, There is no more popular visitor*
to London than the '.'eninl Sir Rich •
ard. If the Bast does not know him
intimately it acknowledges1 him as
a successful politi.-al leader who hns
kept his province in thc very van of
Canadian progress and whose political
prestige is today not exceeded by any
man in the public life of the Dominion."
That   the  immense   possibilities     o.'
i such schemes  as the navigation of the
| Columbia river are attracting Ihicreas-
led attention ia  strikingly evidenced by
i a Significant address delivered at Van-
I couver  recently.      The  "Mail-Herald''
| has consistently advocated the Colum-
I Ida river navigation project and rejok
i ed at  the steps  that are being taken
' to  investigate the proposal, which lias
found  enthusiastic     support   among-.
| the grain growers o: the hack country
1 who an* seel ing a .heap and conven*-
'ient  outlet lor  their grain.   The Columbia river navigation scheme is pregnant with     great possibilities,       The
address referred  t.e is the  mem*     welcome a-* e-oming from a quarter which
has hitherto seemed inclined  to       bo-
little these possibilities:
waiting around somewhere on the side
tracks 800 trains left over for the n>
yoar.   A- I  said,  this has nothing
do with mus, and  tlax, and rye,    ai
barley, nothing to do  with  manufact
tired  products or   the  future  industrial
development  of thai   prairie country so
j rich in  coal  and  gas, and  oil,      which
lies on the Pacific slope of this contin-
I ental  divide,   and   which  must  be pro-
e .
: vided with transportation and terminal facilities.
"There are many fairly .good sites
for elevators on Burrard Peninsula but
j Port Moody is the worst that could
| have been chosen, with, perhaps, the
I exception e.f Shaughnessy Height-.
FRASER RIVER DEVELOPMENT.
"There seems to bea feeling ihat the
development of the Fraser river will lie
detrimental to thc interests of property holders on Burrard Inlet and on tho
main business streets of the presenl
city of Vancouver. Tho exact rev.'ise
is true. T can imagine nothing that
would more quickly kill the values of
succeed, and that is by making Hasljngs a„d G,.,lnvii|0 8treet8 an,] vi-
. i il getting to the people as good slut!
foi li ss money oe belter .stuff for the
same money.
BEHIND    THE TIMES.
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The Importance of Waterways.—A" Striking
Address to Vancouver Business Men. -
Great Grain Crop Will Come Westward.-
How to Promote Real Development.
handling ol goods. In this now country with our high n'tandat-d oi living,
ihei competition is going to be keen en
ough under any circumstances with
h.i-e' countries with the lower standard of living, with better facilities es-
lab)Uhed and with hiwcr coasts of labor, and if we are lo succeed in the
world's markets, thero is only one way
we .-an
cinity lh in the development ol the ship
ping and 'industrial quarter of Vancouver beginning  within  two  blocks of
'.OTECTION
OF WATER
SUPPLIES
Hon. W.R. Ross, Minister ot Lands,
bas gone to Ottawa to represent tbe
British Columbia government at a cou
ference, which th.* Hon. J. D. Ha/en,
Minister oi Marine an i Fisheries, has
called to consider the question of the
pollution of Inter-Provincial wator
highway- ;1ud stream-.
The forthcoming conference is re -
.aided hy tin-* government as of the
highest importance, Inasmuch as the
iiucstion which it i- intended to discus*
und, if possible,    permanently   solvel
Sects ihe health ot n number of growing communities In the* Province. Pollution of water has already engaged
the serious attention of statesmen of
both Canada and tbe United States,
and Investigations arc now on foot
in thi-' connection, but sei far nothing
has  been  done, at   least  of a  practical
"lt Has been said that this project is
ica.d of the times.   On the contrary ,
ii is behind the times, though not from
,*ny fault of it- promoters.   I continue
t.i wonder at the feeble faith of the men
.      wflo^ living on this ocean, can believe
'The men and tho committees whi.h        •*■ h
are to succeed in thi future are those
which will practice the art of sub-ti -
tuting necessary facilities for unnecessary expenditures," -aid Dr. F.B. Vroo
man. addressing the Vancouver Board
of Trade on the question of the industrial development of Vancouver.
"Successful    .min* ic* and .industry"
he proceeded, "depend    largely     upon
ihree factor: heap  and ample trans-
ponat.on facilities hy land and water,
and cheap and ample transhipping fu-
. ilities from land to water and irom
water to land. Th,* business world ha-
been pretty well educated upon the
subject ol transportation—at least in
it? A.B.C.'s—but as to world port terminal science we are mostly in the
kindergarten department. Tho dock
,nl hafbor development of a world
port is. at  the be-;, a very  narrow ap-
that Vancouver will not Iw ready for
this project by the time it is completed, it will take twenty years to do it
ior it is not promised for tbe Vancouver of to*tay, but for the world metropolis it is surely destined  to bo.
"I have -aid  thai   all tha great  railways  coming ing  into Canada on  the
Pacific Ocean  will make their terminals at     Vancouver.   1 will go further,
: nd say that the great transcontinental railway which is  building one     of
its  terminals at  Prince Rupert,     lias
found also that it must come to Van-   t,j,,, price 0( every
couver, and that  Vancouver will       be  to the Unit
ihe     Pacific terminal of the       Grand   du
Trunk Pa.itic  Railway.   Prince  Rupert   t*j,j,a
Ithe post ollice. Imagine, ihis water- Dalui<? <o meet the problem as it af-
front lined with smoking factories, lm '«ct8 u"' inter-Provincial relationship,
agine (his waterfront built up into end it is with a view ... bringing this
wharves and the centre of that typo of more local aspect of the issue down
population which always haunts BUch lo a *»si- ol legislation that the <*on-
a waterfront, an.l is always attracted ference has been called at this time,
to such a location in a .shipping centre B«fore leaving for the east, Hon. Mr
I say you do not want your la-dustrial n°-'< briefly ""llin*-'d 'he history of the
and shipping quarter where it will movement for the purldcatlon of rivers
kill the business district of Vancouver' throughout the country. He pointed
You want it far away enough so that '"' 'l,at '■*•"•* bill relating to this sub-
there you may build up Other inter- ifcti which was introduced in tho Fed-
ests of another     kind which will add «al  House last session by  Mr.   G.H.
will have its dock- umi will always
handle a certain amount of truffle, antl
that more and more of course as the
y  .is go, and tl ountry  immediate-
untold new wea.th lo thc riches of
Vancouver by making it possible for
Vancouver to be all il may nnd vvill
be.
"The dock  and harbor enterprise    I
have outlined to you will enhance the   !'pn :'dvi
value of every holding on the    water-   tion.
front of Burrard Peninsula  and raise      "T *■*->•* International Boundary Waters
lot  from Coquitiam  Treaty between Great Britain and the
crsitysite on Point Grey.  United States  ha-, during    the     past.
you ask  mo how*   By advertising   >'«*r. had n large tield stafl     working
city in every port where there are  "P"11  '■•** Qrettt Lakes and the   inter~
Bradbury, was the direct step that led
to the calling of the conference, for
after the hill bad been discussed it
was decided that it would be better to
hold such a meeting in oiler that ex-
might be heard on the ques
enure for the pas-a,- backwards and   ty  behind  it is   developed.   But  Prince
forward- of the tremendous volume ot  Rupert is „ one road town,   and    al-
Y.M.C.A. NOTES
FREE-FOR-ALL-DAY.
On Saturday morning at 9:30, the
gym will be opend for all boys who
'lo not be.ong to the Y. The gym will
be opened at '.*::ttl sharp, and parent-
ate requested to send thoir "hoys. This
free-for-all-day. will bc given the first
Saturday in every month. Boys will
not be allowed on the gym before P:30
VISITING DAY.
ways will be a one road town, and tho
, great shipping companies will not send
their great ships to a one rond town.
The great shipping companies will choose these ports' in which centro all the
groat railroads which are tributary to of population, in
the land behind.
those wh,, ..... out mo,,     tho sea     in connecting waters,    with the object of
-hips;   in even*  flnan-ial  centre  in thc obtaining data  that  would enable  the
world where there is money that wants commissioners to determine the extent
to make more money; in every indust- <° which these groat bodies of  water
rial centre where there are operatives are    bein;: pollute!," snid Mr.  Roes
wbo wan. abettor    wage nnd a higher "The problems respeetmg tbepotlution
standard of living; in overy farm and '*Pou 0°™ oi ,h° P°cnon< »f the Great
Village on thc face of the earth where  ***" ^s,em    rlo*ol>'    "A'ml'le
"Tho
of tho Empire.'* ho declared, "and
tbnt is of gratitude for the return to
health of Her Royal Highness, the
Duchess of Connaught. Long may she
be  -pared."    (Applause.)
Sir Richard then proceeded to refer
to the question ol the navy andCun-
ada's duty in regard to Imperial defence.
"I ,-tay with all emphasis," he de -
dared, "that we deeply regret and deplore tho failure of Canada a few
months ago to do her share in par-
taking in thc defence of the Empire by
a vote of thirty-five million dollars,
We thiuk that the question of national defence, hould occupy a very high
plnneboyond tho political hustings nnd
the' political platform.
"We, in the province of British Columbia, feel thin we havo come to a
point where in any fnshion we ought
to do on*1* share In the defence not only
for Canada, but of the Umpire. Wc.
have all been proud of the Union JM.k
and we feel that if we propose to bo
consistent    with   om* professions    we
■hould come forward right now with a
ban. I some contribution.''
Referring  to   the  quest ion   of  emerg-
ency, sir Richard said:
"Wc believe that if there is ally suggestion    of   a  tangible     kind Canada
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MANNING'S. ,1
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Will Ihi open after the Opera tonight. Drop In and
have n cup of lea HirVed with
dainty refreshments. Prompt and courteous service given nt—
MANNING'S.
have made, both in the gym and in
tho swimming pool. Brin^- your
friends.
IMPORTANT TO MEN.
On Thursday morning of this week
at 11 sharp, the business men. railroad
men and others who .*an spare three -
quarters ol an hour are heartily invited to come to the building and meet
Mi. Wm.H. Ball, secretary of the International committee, physical de -
partment, who will give a talk to ihe
men on a vital question. This i- th>*
first time thai Mi. Ball has vi-it.* 1
Rcvel-'toke and we tru-i ihat al men
who   an spare the houi  will keep   the
da Pen.    Mr. Ball will nl-o -peak In
tl vening af B.   All men w lcomi
Thursday evening al     nlm  n..     the
boy- will  -it around the fire -id<    snd
-■ing -eeine old familiar -ong*. Select
tions will be given     by M.-si-. Hay,
Marcband, Crowi. San   oi ihei -
1 iay boys, thi- i- working oul all
right, t'oiic* and gel your voice into
shape.
We.iiies lav evening at  seven thi
ihly meeting ol the Religious       Work
committee will bc held ii   the Reading
loom, all members of commit.«•     are
urgently requested to be present.
BOWLING
One ol th" be -t •jam.- pulled ofl '"his
Reason took place last • ■*.ening. wh«n
th" Fite Hill team 'ompo'.vl ol Mes.
sis. Koo.e*. McRae. Blair, Burridge und
News..in.. played .1" C.P.R., composed of Messrs, Moss. Lee, M*Pe*ugall,'
Gray, Wood, the game resulted in a
victory (oi   I      Fl     Hall, 2 to *1
We. would ronsidei  It n great favor ,
n' the citlsem  would bring oi send nil
rH|' iheir old mngattnes to \\l- Associatioi
(g  building,   there Is  g   big  demand      for,
■ reading matter,   wi   wlll have   tbem
■ loonI to different   pnit    of the line    Th*
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thore are men and women who want Problems which may arise upon the
a bettor chance in life; in every over- W*J and streams of British Colum-
crowded city where thero are surpluses   Dla-
™     ' ■'•      •    its purlieus who can     Mr*  Rotg glanced the ease of Am-
, listen to the bugle call of unpwedent-   berteburg, a town 0n the Detroit nvcr
ame argument pertains        to ed opportunity. , which filed a complain,    against    the
Port Moody as a grain port. This lo "Some day you and I will be dead <*ty ol Detroit .or hlieiating vast qua-
,ati.,n has many advantages. It is a and gone; but Vancouver will be bere """es o. sewage, which polluted the
one road town. Its railway facilities Ourohildrcn will bo the rulers hero municipal Water supply o. the town of
are therefore limited. Wc have been and they in turn will be preparing still Amherstburg, located ""hf^"^
told bv the pr.'ss that the Dominion for those unborn. Let it be said at "vcr- '* u ''*"* ' c',n,,,"wl
Grain Commission has lecommended it least by then, with pride that their one municipality on the upper portion
as tho best site for the national oleva-   fathers had not failed them." : °f som<" *tTOim mt«ht 1,,,Uu,e *h" *""
.en   terminals.   This may or may  not
be true.   In any event th"     Dominion
erain elevators must goto the mouth _      .._..
......     ■■■    ■• e(] fun|„,r down.
I     Mr.  Ro-s ref-rreil to  the serious  ty-
of tho Fraser. io location which will
be served by overy transcontinental
roud from the prairie here and thero
will have to be several more grain railways built from the prairie here, and
thai for the simple reason that it will
bo desirable to gol the grain out of
the country  behind us.
EXPORT OF WHEAT.
" Roughly   -!■■ iking,  and
the whnie year round, the bulk of the HA
export  wheat  of Alberta and Sa-kat.-   a   00
t tors in this way." soi I Mr. Ross "and
^^^^^^^^^^^^_ , naturally tb;s would create a very scr-
IQlt    flf    RPW     DP     ThnUfll  ious m0"000 to ,he communities locat-
world commerce.
VITAL ELEMENT.
"The on..- vital element which will
determine our success or failure will
be that development of the port of
Vancouver, whi.h will otlei us room
. nough to build our factories at the
-pot where, for th.- handling of raw
materials and the finished products we
may take advantage of all of the economies and adjustments of modern
d"'*k and harbor scienoe.
"N,.w this is what the Vancouver
Harbor & Do ■!• Extension Company,
Limited, -tands for. It proposes t.i
the business men of Van* ouver an organized project that will substitute
cecessary fa.-ility for unnecessary ex-
i*en litr.re. I do not know a belter saying than it, will apply s'omeihing like
thi efficient m.*<hoii of the handling
Hi- Majesty's mail tc the handling of
larger quantities ..f heavy freight.
"With something like fourteen square
miles of room in which to organi/"' and
■ o-ordinate the Industrial and commercial lit" e.f this community at the one
and only spot tn Uritish Columbia,
where all thi land ,<•'■■ water trails can
.neet.it   proposes  lo establish   a    ba-*
ol trans-shipment and -upply between Vancouvei a. In world market.
"Thi terminal system alone will in-
volvi ovei To miles . •' track*, including a doub ' tra< k undei i i tel <;.*•>*
• •   Pals   i ■■ e     •   Hj   hi   rt of thc .-i'v
;■ ri'l a   doul sol    lhl OUgh   I.'i'u      I-
land 1,. Westminster, thus making direct   ommunication witi. .viy railwaj
0 Br t,-n Co umb .e
i i-*T OF   U\ ING
"TUe" |,e,,|..,|.V     ,,      -illgl.*   elCllll  lit
which promise* to check tbe increase in year, or 1,300,000,000.   No very cons-id- denomination thai  I                     ,-oc
the cosl of living   -o great -,-,•     thai  erable  tion of thia would bo ,-os - nizancc ol social problems; and in tl, ,h ,,,,"„,,   „*,„,. ,,.vU'
which will reduce the pri..- o   goods mmed      i   nn      nnd allowing ., iew rapaolty wn- called upoi  frequently to
through the reducUon ol thi  ...-i    ol million bushels fm* l'rince Rupert   and nieot with u                        ,     ..enton
handling these goods.   And there is n other ports,   !"• ;,„, fa hence, a btt- '"■'■', ''*'''• ol the house, wuh whom it
way besidei     the reduction "i freight lion and a quarter    bushels of wheni ''  "•' 'ecrel  ti         • at hewaa preem-
rates that  'in- .anin   done, and thnl wl" he disposed of at Vanoouver.         . lnontlypor«ons    rnts    li   bl    present
i'   through  the  scientific  development   I "Abow 1,000 bii-h"ls lo Ihe car, the enparity  he  has beer  called  upon nl-o
The attention of thc cili/ens of Revelstoke is called to the visit on Friday
Oct. 31st, of Rev. S.D. Chown, D.D.,
general superintendent of the Methodist church, in accorda&ck with the announcement mode in Inst  week's is-ue.
He will sp.ak in the Methodist church, McKenzie* avenue, at H p.m. Hc is
averaging  accompanied  by  Hev.  E.W.  Stapleford
soilage secretary, who will be in
tion  to explain by meani     of
is in
I owan for Europe as well as for Asia, diagrams     what    ir in Contemplation
is declined to come through Vanoouv- touching ilenominntinnal college build*
. .     Th      wla allot   gel   Past   Porl ing  schemes al   the ■ oast  in Ceuinection
Moody on om   railroad, and the   two with the n'*w Provincial University.
or more bridpps  on
Narrows, and
Lniard   Inlet       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
"Sine* perhapi  nol overd i ent,
..; the available wheat lands of Sa- -
■. it'll' wan and Albortn nro under cul-
tivation, it would not lx* difficult ...
imagine the output up to fM por cent,
o! it« cultivated ni*en. whi'h would be
len   times iho     amount  produoed  thi-
This is nn opportunity ••'. some sjg-
nili an .* i.n   th  who de-ire  to have
iir-t hand data on tho edu'Otionnl po-
li'-y snd dei ciopmi ni   ol th< pro' li oi
and  ol   the   ' H\ •   tivi      I HP hi   . Dr.
Chown i-on" ..f ihe    most Impres Ive
nd pei •!   :vc ipsnkei- in the Don ••
Ion ol i'liii la.    I* ll  year-    he
wa- bead ol iho department ... hi   own
phoi 1 epidemics tbat have affected
cities like Ottawa, and - iid it had tx-en
shown that they owed their origin in a
iaig.* measure to pollution coming
down the nver an.l Cu.itaminating the
source' of the domcttic     water supply.
"Manifestly, as the population increases the question of preserving tbe purity of our inland Water- will come into in. roasing Importance," sail Mr.
It..--, "ai.! where there Is no overlapping e.f jurisdiction and international
t.e.im.'. ,i i.*-, it Is n> .*■ i v i hal iiie-ans
be pro cl i for lho enforcing ol any
piov, ions lhat may be male for the
• i    ntion ol pollution.'
Foi   'Ic   lasl   few year-   many   public
-pint?!   cilUfM   baVt     been     devoting
considerable studv to ths pioblems of
hs      directed theii  off -
id   thc   pa-sin.,  of  -atisfae 1 -
■ ry legislation io combat it. Bill*
have b..*> presented to the Federal pnr
llatnent, .ind during the present year
publi   hoirinjs wore holi In Ottawa,
moi |
toe o
lhe guidance ol lho eommit-
Bcnate hav a ■ t * ■   matter iu
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of dock- and harbors, an.l the erection
i'.i.t msintainence of Industries within
lhe terminal /on.*-.
"Hundreds of millions ol dolls ■
!»\e. b.s.n wasted in New York tion1
iio.ii'i-' ol '!"■ very absence of lhe one
elenji ut ol effli iency ol terminaln.
Tlk'se hundred, oi million, of dollar
HI" a par.   of  the pri.*'*-  whi'h  lhc peo*          	
pii have io r'eiv m bard cash who buy minutes, whi.h mean<      train entering
and us.* these good', snd so ;t  wlllbe aii<l nnlnndinc   ■' Porl Moody everj   n
with a-.   Frankly, gentlemen, we can- minuu*. It would tai... four yean    to
not afford ton-Id any unnecessary on«i get one  y«nr"p  emp into  Porl   Moody,
th" matter of tlv  mai Ing oi  selling or and onload ii  nnd yoll would       have '
onecnr to R3 feet, and Tt cars to   the
train, and von wilN have ono solid
trail or cars fnll of whonl reaching four
ii* across this continent with 10,
r,nn ears lefl over, Von would havo
' ".u" i trains of ,,,, to •' wist Port
Moorlv on on* a hv*.v. and through
two Narrows, and past al least one
bridge,   fltnrtlflff a   train  evory  thiiiv
from time to timi   to matters
of high importance with the premier
and othei governmental heads ol th.*
i rovince ,,f rtriti-h Columbia.
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churches, or outside 'ho churches
Altogether, to hoar   thi- foremo •   ni
ii   -i  alters.
Pat Herd
gents    --hoc
First street,
NOTTCE.
has  opomil A ladie-
repniring    -Hop at
old town.
nnd
Oct. 8 lm.
OBT IT AT D
THE BUOAR HOWL "        f
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For   a     ie ily "l'li* ious   con • «1
f<- non    our      Walnut   StllfM U
Date-   nio  It.   If  you  are (ond |S|
of Co.oanut  Confectionery try (i)
our Yukon Nuget.     You will ®
Iw more  than  pb'Hso I. ■
a
GET IT AT Sl
'THE  8UC.AR BOWL " S)
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2D, 1913
JSfew Goods tp handthes week
Kevelstoke  Pennants   ...7.   ..    35c, SOc, 75c  and $1.00
Felt Cushion Covers $3.00 Each
-+-
Service Poems
S ngs of a Sour Dough i    Bindings $1.00, $1.25
Is of a Cheechaco $1.50, $2.50 aud $3.00
mes of a Rolling Stone | eaci,
Miniatures—Leather   35c each
Office Diaries K114—All sizes
IT WILL FAY TO VISIT
W.   PARRY
AUCTIONEER   AXb   VALUER
McKENZIB AvE-Nti;
Private Christmas Cards
(Leave vour orders now to ensure early delivery)
ladies JYew fall Jiandbags
$2.00 to $6.00
Coughs Cured With 129 Cough Remedy"
Hallow E'en Goods
Gum   Stickers,    Pumpkins,   Witches   Black
Cat and Crescent
Crepe Decorative Paper
Quality Comes First at
£ews &rug & £ook JVore
!®%o£iL Store
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY  CONDUCfED
Mv Christmas Stock has just arrived
comprising Carpet Squares, all sizes,
Rockets, l'iners, etc., also Glassware,
which is equal to Cut Class, Crockery
and Slippers of every description.
Prices Right.
W. PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, 11. C.
NO ALUM
>VARE PLAINLYv.\r~
tPRlNTEDON THEjI
THE UNERRING SUN
It Is Uncle Sam's Most Reliable
Lighthouse Keeper.
NEVER FALTERS IN ITS WORK.
Magi**
baking
powdep
I. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot  Air nnei Furnace
work a. Specialty
-WORK    SHOP
Innnauchl  Avo.    -    Rovelstoko
\&
sag
*J
esssa
CITY  TRANSFER  COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents-i.-*
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND FIAN0 MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 7
STAND  BACK!
ITS TOO LATE!
Su
■
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE
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Leg?! Forms £?
.*"r::^,^,i;K0OTFSAY'40ENCIES.lt(l.
lieid Sr Young.
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR LAME EALL DISPLAY
By tho Aid of tho Wonderful Sun Valvo
It Lights the Acetylene Beacons as It
Sets at Night and Extinguishes Them
as It Rises In the Morning.
The sun Is the most trustworthy of
lighthouse keepers. The sun or the
heat from lt lights many hundreds of
beacons along our coasts and waterways eveuing after evening and extinguishes them punctually every morning. They are guides on land and sea
that are never touched hy human hands
from one mouth's uud to another. Tho
way in which tbe Uuiled States government, through its lighthouse hoard,
has utilized the services of the sun and
made that great lump ot heaven a
faithful and unerring servant is most
Interesting.
The discovery of acetylene gas was
the lirst step toward retiring the lonely
Iteepers of the little lights in faroff
places. .Modern magic was not slow
in recognizing tbe fact that by the application of certain well known scientific principles the lighting of the great
ehains of beacons that girdle the coasts
of the two seas and the gull and cover
the great lakes aud every navigable
stream in our huge country could bo
much simplified.
The Dnlted States did not become interested In tlie acetylene light and its
automatically generating gas buoy until
about the year 11MH) and did uot adopt
It until i!)ii!S. Then the euglneers of
the lighthouse buard devised some
wonderful Improvements, among them
the Utilization ol the sun.
The self lighting and self extinguishing acetylene beacon is a very simple
thing, hut it depends almost entirely
on the "sun valve." which Is one of (he
must wonderful but least complex of
the achievements ul inod/ern science.
In tbe lirsi place, the source ol light
for these lone beacons is dissolved
acetylene, which is stored under pressure in steel cylinders, one ol these
cylinders can be charged with enough
gas to last a small beacon three years.
1 anally, however, iu the case ol Boating buoys, a six months' supply Is all
that is necessary, as such buoys are
overhauled and painted twice a year.
Knowing the size of the llamc anil its
hourly consumption ol gas. it Is very
easy to compute how long a cylinder)ul
will last and how often it will need to
he visited. That is all the care Ihe
light will need. Tbe sun valve does
tbe rest.
The scientific principle upon which
lhc sun valve depends is lhat light
waves become transformed in different
degrees, according to the nature uf the
Intercepting body. Sunlight upon dark
•Surfaces is converted into heat, and
heat produces expansion, This expansion is especially perceptible iu certain
metals.
In a carefully sealed am] substantially   mounted  glass   jar  nearly  a   loot
high and about  one-fourth  that in diameter a thirl; blacls rod is placed per-
ularly through the center,    it is
ted  by three slenderer rods of
highly polished cupper,   'i'he lug blacls
ri • ;   - eel' cupper also and is coated wiih
lampblack to make it absorb light to
eatesl possible degree.   The sup-
porting mils reflect light without absorbing  it and do not expand or con-
. the same extent as the largest
r.-1
thick black piece of copper in
tin- center ot the Jar is extremely sen-
to  light  and  beat    As llic sun
-   ami   tlie   atmosphere   grows
. i- in ihe morning this md length-
ens       II   pushes   down   into   the   metal
ler  in   which   llle  class jai*  rests
Cbes   II ml   of   a   lever.      It
• I,     ii   on   this   lever,  which  is
...|  bj  a spring anil cuts ell  tin.'
leil he lamp.
I disappears from view
evening ami ihe temperature of
the process is reversed.
MMie i -e ami lie e*a  is ils pros-
.• lever, nllowluR tin' Lrns to
■ I le, ilie lamp The gas Is
ii  little pilol  flame that Is
. ll,     ThllS  I In'   In aeon
proper lime and is put
led,  al
II   may
.,•     liuin; ye     Inr
board
Ice is
i with
i  and
li thu
'ins III
I' luly   Is-
I Im i..     re  !M*at*IV
1)0   |e*.l||S
.'■'    il aids
i thej guide
over the
Harper's  \\ ei-kly.
ii  idly.
"I understand tbut a numlier or wo-
lavi I  to an **:.!.  e Igan,"
km t ii,* frh      -   ub erver
Bileva n. * replied Mr Mi-ek-
i rin* kind or cigars thai women
Imi    nobody ■'.'iid imoke."   Washington Star
DULL TIMES
There are no dull times in our Grocery Department, where business is better than ever. We
have just received a shipment of McLarens' celebrated Jelly Powders in all flavors, a nice glass
Nappie given free with each 25c worth, while
they last; also Peanut Butter, Canada Cream
Cheese, Imperial Cheese, English Stilton Cheese,
Queen Olives in Gallon Crocks and Bottles.
Have you tried our Wiltshire Bacon ? If not, you
are missing something good. Everybody's eating
it.
Special value in Tea and Coffee, .'3 lbs. for $1.00-
Our Electric Coffee Mill is making lots of friends
grinding out Monarch Blend and Java Coffee at
50c. per lb.
Let us quote you on Apples, Potatoes and Vegetables for the winter. Choice Stock. Prices
Kight.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
S. Q. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
LETHBRIDGE   COAL
FOR SALK   NONE   BETTER.
1'JHONE 60
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg lo announce that thev have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc.    lt will pay  you to
eall ami yet particulars, ami get ill on ground floor priees.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. See.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.   Telephone No. 321.
|M|M|»l«lBlKlBlw|«i«|M|B|Ml«lMlET-^^
P. BUMS & CO., LIMITED \
^/llkvays the   Hest
"ShamrocfC' 'Butter
i
!  P. BURNS & GO.. Limited
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■iiT^»i»i»hi«i»iwi»i«iMi«i«iiii«i»i»i»i«iinwmi»iiiiM
FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre is Offering
Kellej 's Corn i'l uli es, per package     10c
Quaker ('enn flakes     lhc
I, i ii mh \ Manh  in  fancy 7 lb. tins      Ode
Pure Chic iry, real genuine, per package     -'he
Brazil Coflee, 3 lbs. for    (] till
John McIntyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
!
8*trcat*io.
•Softly—I'd  tnive you  to iindernlnnd,
nii   tba I rm nm racb a (ool uh i look.
Hlircaal    Well, then, yon have much to
In* Ihiinkful for.
m> Keid CSL young A Smmloh
M Wll.     lllll .     le.,.., .    I he 111,,. *...!.I., m I I «_
hikklv  hIoimi  cuiiKhs,   cures   cold;,  nml   hrnln
the throul und Iuhks.        :i 20 cenu.
YES! WE SELL
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."t,   t'ti
'*' 'V
'V 'V
1*1*1 1*1*1
iT 1 il*.
Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine assortment of
I-'resh Meats the hest that
money can buy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
\ "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,  1013
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREH
'
Imperial Bank of Canada o
Head Otfioe—Toronto, Ontario.
 1,	
Capital Authorized - 10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up 6,952,000.00
Reservei and Undivided Profits      8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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MENS CLOTHING
Distinctive in Quality and Correct in Style
The man who is particular as to tbe clothes he wears will take much pleasure in
inspecting the exclusive display of finely
tailored suits and overcoats gathered here
for l-'all and Winter. It is no exaggeration to say that at tbe respective prices
these clothes have established an exceptionally high standard in fine tailorings,
Thc values are unequalled. Make your
selections in suit or overcoat now when
choice is at its best. We carry the largest and most up-to-date stock in tbe city.
Men's Suits $20.00 to $45.00
Men's Overcoats $20 to $45
1/adles' suits aud long coats made to order.    The most up-to-date stock in B. C.
CRESSMAN &. COMPANY
THE   LEADING    LADIES'   AND   MEN'S .TAILORS
FOLEY'S
m
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,7C0,OCO
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A QCNERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT        I
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCCJ
BANK MONEY ORDERS I
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
PRE
SODAS
Union   Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $(5 oo
Children's Fall and Winter Goats
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: '■'■ '■'■
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
CODAS  are made almost entirely of Hour and lard.   These   are
*"■*    two of the principal and most valuable food-elements.
Now a perfect flour and a pure lard combinod cannot be surpassed
ln nourishing value and you get this combination in it3 meet Diti3-
fying and most delightful form in Foley's SODAS.
The (lour usee! iti them is
.•specially ground antl prepared
forthe one purpose—that of producing the lightest, creamiest,,
most delicious sodaH that aro
sold in Canada. Every particle
of lard that goes into Foley's
Sodas i.s proved "choice" after
rigid   examination.
Xo material can ever he used
in Foley's Sodas unless it has
been proved perfect and pure.
Every housewife will know what
this care means. She will know
thnt Foley's Sodas have tho
very highest food value and that
every Foley Soda is all good.
Thousands of homes already
know   this   fart.    Does   yours"?
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Wo want you to Judfjo
Foley's Sodas by tho
•overtwt toets and decide
for yourself whothsf they
aro BEST.
Test them for <h«
quality of tho materials
used. Tost thom for a;ro
—aro thoy Always fresh,
so crisp that you know
th*:y are not long: from
tho oven 7
Toot them for flavor-
was tho yeast allowed to
" work " proporly, so that
tho bl«*cults aro uniformly pleasing;and satisfying
to the taste?
Aftor theso tests wo
know you will always buy
thoso perfect-mado,
western-mado  biscuits.
Foley  Bros. Larson & Co.
EDMONTON
WINNIPEG
VANCOUVER
SEE! !
OUR
HEATING STOVES
Best and Cheapest In Town
PRICES FROM
$2.00 to $22.00
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
Look!!    Prices  Cut!!
No. 2-2 x 4   2 x 6    $13
No.    1-2x8 -    $19
No.    1-2x10   2x12    $20
We 'ire overstocked in No. I ami No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above priees as long as
material lasis.
Globe Lumber Company
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SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. Laurentic (15,000 Tons)     New S. S. Megantic
First Class-$92.50.        Second—*'53.75 Third —32.50
S. S. Teutonic
58- feet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
51*1 feet long
Only One Class Cabin dlj $50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
S. S. Laurentic Nov. 22.    S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     S. S. Megantic
Dec. 6.    S. S. Teutonic, Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets. Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. GW Second Ave., Seattle
REVEtSTOKB   GKM'RAI.   AGENCIES     C. I'. K. TICKET  A* I NT,  RBVKMTOKS
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
Look Into Our Windows
and you'll see some PRETTY CLASSY
SUITS. Just the kind to cause your
friends to say. "Where Did You
Get That Suit."' They're •C.N.R.''
"Hobberlin"' and Society Brands of
course, and this season our stock is
larger and handsomer than ever.
See Our Specials for Thanksgiving.
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND
THE    HOME    OF   GOOD    CLOTHES
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
MRS. H. J. HaNBURY,    -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there are --till a few people who don't
know whal a safe combination Bell's Hread
uuel  New Zealand Butter make	
. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
. . . It Mipht Be Hot. . .
IBTTT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Spring,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our,record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our -gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the .Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   ALBEET     STOIsTH! PROP-
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd. PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,  1913
It will probably surprise you to know the cost of a bad stove
in excessive coal bills .liu ini; Uie winter. There are plenty of
reasons why one stove will burn more coal than another.
Ciiine in and let us explain why our stoves are more econoni-
ical than any other.
A good selection of good stoves and that will cost you no
more than the coal-devouring kind.
Stores for Hard or ^foft Coal
or Wood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
I
PLUMBIN G, H E ATI NC JI N S M ITH I NG
Zbc flDatl-Ueralb
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   ANO
SATt'SDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE.  II. C.
ADVERTISING RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 25 cents per
inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, alao
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents per line first insertion and 8
cents per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 lines to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses  $7.50.
crown should not bo taken oS the road
way- The material composing the
crown e.f the road was removed against his request. Last fall tho council
did not have crushed rock available to
till in the rond as expected and it wns
one of the firsl bad places attended to
when crushed rock became available
ihi-; year. That piece of work was admittedly i>ne. oi the most necessary and
pressing in town. In tact ii was generally felt that it was the most necessary repair worl. demanding attention
The work was done in the ordinary
course oi operations, when material be
came available, as being urgently nee-
Land purchase notices, $7.00
Water  Application     Notices,  up tojeaBOI'y-
100 words. $7.50,  over 100 words     ine    We founa not  the slightest difficulty
proportion.
AU other classes of advertising not
included in above to be e'harged     at this  work; in fact   our inquiries    met
rate to bo arranged with manager onLth     Hingu\aliy n,u|y response which
application.
»  — —- was absolutely unanimous    In     sub.
■ in obtaining the above facts regarding
^g$
■§e^_
<npgw®a£>
stance and the results of whieh     are
stated     above.   Comment  would     be
stipcl'tlOUS.
interior publishing Compans
J. K.  JOHNSON, Manager.        jTnfc   LAKllO   O'KJ'
RALPH  G.   SCRUTON,   Editor.
II■■nml ——M nm !■■■!!m Be—
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EMPRESS
THEATRE
Sat. lev. 1st
MUSICAL    ECKHARDTS
High Class Vaudeville Acts
Direct from the Pantages Liner
Prices. 25c-50c.    Reserved. 75c
Plan at McDonald's Drug Store
►•*%•%*•%*•%••%'•»> %*^^*-*-V'».%'*'^^
..Diamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber*s
\i Expert Watch Repairing
j 	
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 29,  11U3
For some time there have been indications in a certain quarter of attempts to raise an agitation in regard
to streel works dn the city. Those
attempts have now reached such a
Btage as calls for o clear -tatement ot
tacts in the Interests e.f the goo*d name
of the cily council. In a recent issue
ilie "Argus" made a bitter personal
attack upon Aid. McSorley in the fol -
I,,win..: terms:
"We     promised    the    public we
would    eudeavor to     learn   who,
nnd by what  authority, work    to
the  extent   of  hundreds of dollars,
*..a    lone on Second str.'et to Or1
teen     avenue     aid  irom     Second
street to     First  street on    Orton
avenue,     <*omiiionly     culled      *,he
King     Edward 'bus route.     Notwithstanding    the     attempts     we
h ive m cl*  to     enlighten the public In  *'ni-  matter,  we aie- as much
tea ii    ever,  ..wine; to the fact
who     -lieeiild l:now re-
e\     lo kni.w  this—
*  IVI I :■
■il I
then ov ite-payei
foi      the
ould fa iv-
z-e on tl
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CANNING G0..LD.
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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 4i5 3
BRIQUETTES
a We have over 61)0 tons of the above coal on hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay in your winter's fuel. Uon't
delay.    See us for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, 1'kks.
J. D. SIBBALD, JR., Sue.
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BUY '""
VOUR ( iir;   . ■; **. 1 NTS
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SAVE MONEY ""1
Instrument 1
Thii ia .1 ■ han
ALL KINDS
•*T\r 1 Life Time (or you
We'll Sacrifice GOODS '"r S|'"' : ' *''
Provide Supplie FOR I'uture Requirement!
sheet mu   *.i   ^ll CLASSES   r" l'"'< ,r'""
Big Stock OP Harmonicas
MUSICIANS
I, DAYS    SALE I ">
THE  BINGHAM  MUSIC STORE,  MacKenzie Ave.
Om* attention '.1 is ji*3t been called
to the successful launching of a Company .in which we feel satisiied all our
lenders will he jiv-atly interested. Tho
rapidity with which allotmenl has heen
! reached on the unusually large siib-
■eTintiien 01 •*! ".'m 'i .*.-• .I- indication ol
the f-.y oral le   ■ • *.   i m lhi   1 1 ogrum e.f
* he ComPum has nu** with at the
hands ee!' in* -tm-. Th * bat im ■■ n! the
i rst Issue of share • a, •■ offered for
Biibsci i 111 iin 1 in Bi i I '. *■ ol in bia, an 1
.v.* thin!, li .Mi".1 1 ■,. ill invest-
ors will *i 'i.i ••iai •'.. • opportunity
thus offered for 11 <ound investment
likely to produce big dividends. Thei
immense success of the ew canning
factories already worMi in 1 his province ..- we'll kn wi to *.' 11 ly nil Iruit
growers and other . hence the belief of
ih.* directors of th« i ,aki - b.t*. 1 Canning Co., Ltd., ihat they will be able
t.e earn hands im 1 ofit -. The faet I
thai this Company intends to erect
factories eventually in other parts of
lliii itdi Columbia, ;i a Mil ;"ti lo the I
i ne n'.w aboul to be put up neai Nakusp, widens i»r ailj lhe Interest l-i he-1
I5 'o in' taken In Its operations for we
are well nWnre thai ' hi 1 i ■ nom for
enterprises ol ihis kind in many pluoes
in  this province.
The company has for its main    ob-
* t Ihe buitdin I ■      p neni  of   a'
lai tory .en  ih ■ famo is  Arrow   Lakes .
outh .i'i;**  Isl ii  tho purpo     >l
.iiiiinM fi mt  nnd  . ep   .,..*      espei llll-
I;   In I In* pi    ie     1.1      . • ■ ■    ctopB,
iai    10   liis     purposes   offering:
n  t mptinv   * e :•*-  e 1 ■ 1 •: blocks   of'
can fulls 1" : '     *" those who '
1 ms tool    ' estmeni  and'
" ie   n  t *  .      irroupdiuga
1 British Colum- I
To  redu     th    rl   a of  growing
etc., ti • inlum, and to sup-
ire a *   e 1 e     el   the I Otll
11-   '        ■   I ,,n the one    hand
* Mi  the . e, tion of lhi   M
. ., | ortlon of
el flllil
• rs can  secure
li iut growing
:,,   .■iinil" ... grow
■ -    .   .         titable for
n _.
■    * .        ■ d our con-1
'«*   come j
* ■   welfare     ofl
all
1. iture which '
■   i ■ • lopment
nl  •.   .md '
• •   ■ .i.t
•  I'S   nnl
■      ■' Ml   'll
*
I
• imilar
But
"Canada's
Best"
In Use 40 Years-Good Then-Better Now
We Invite Comparison
Known por—
Perfect Scale
Purity of Tone
Susceptibility
of Touch
Biauty oc
Finish
Workm in ship
and
Durability
Pi4N0S
~W E   Have
More Medals
and   Awards
Than any other
Canadian
Piano
New Orleans,   I SS I
London, Kng.  isso
Chicago    189.1
Jamestown,V, t'.tt7
PLAYERS
The Mi--.   Btoi*o( MsKonilo Avonuo*. fhona 262
p-o-ooooo-oo -oooo-o c-ooooooo-o-oo-Q
I Stylish Clothing
The height, of lhc Season finds us
with the very latest conceptions in
Fall Wear Stylish Clothing.
Om* show of Fashionable Suits comprise the most Chic creations.
We have tlie reputation for carrying
the Highest Class Stock, and this
season's show wil! considerably enhance it.
§  McRas Mercantile Co.
O HOBBERLIN C. N. i: SOCIETY BRAND
0 THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES
60<K><><H><KK><KK><K>O<KK> OOO OOOO
■ ■ ii   i'i
Wi- solicit ii share ol ymir patronage
Special attention given to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened
ii -.hop iu the   •
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
Lumb
ermen
FREE
SO Pairs of
English   Kid
t'.loves
FREE
i
i
i .-.-ii
■•■:■■
■       ,    : ii
I
if ih'* hill   * a   no b ifl
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
1 »' :e baying your outfit of working clothes
! .r the bnth, I make ■
special'.;. ol hogging
Sli'irs. Pants, Sox. Sliirts
Bl tnketi and everything
required in vnui business
in order to popularize onr
Real Ostrich Heathen. We
will send absolutely FRBB
:i imir ol well known Bug-
'iti.li Kid Gloves to the lirst
Si) purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$4.75 or $d.7.S each.
Post Free—Worth Double    Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra line fibres and
come in black and white in
two sizes.
14 inch Plume J4.75    or J for $8.50
..'"in.-li Plume J6.75 (lr .'(or 812.75
This offer isonly good for a
few days.
Mention Color oi   plume   required and si/e of gloves.
have  a   few   Ospreys    Sum pies   at
JS.SO, $6.50 and $8.50.
Send us your Old feathers to
lie curled, cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate.
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
•Mo Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
\\\
i umc u
PRICE   f*. LB. IRON   $3.90
A. G.  DUCK
Estimates gl\ en
Aycr's Pills
Headache-*. Biliousness
Constipation        Indigestion
Sold for 60 years
A<* Vour Doctor
M»<lre l„ J C AtrrCo.,
*Meentr<e»l.   Oeuiidm.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -    Night Phone 85
Smilom
Mklcly slops  i-ourM,  cures colds, and   ht.la
'he throst and lungs.       :i       !:       aa centa-
{
1 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, IOU
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB FI71
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Goal mining rights ol the Dominion
ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and In a portion of the Province ol British Columbia, may be leased for a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rental ol |1 an acre. Not more than
2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application (or lease must be made
by the applicant in perBon to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
ln which the rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered neoetsary tor tbe working of
the mine at the rate of |10.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
bs described by sections, or legal
sub-division, of sections, and ln un-
surveved territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant himself.
Each applicant must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five ceuts per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn return,
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay th.
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being opprated, such
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-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims fnr Unpaid Delinquent
Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of Dritish Columbia.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday the 3rd Day of November, A.D. 1913, at the hour
of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B.C., I shall sell at public
auction the Crown-granted mineral claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th Day of June, 1913, and
for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising the said list, if the total amount
due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
OWNER
NAME OF CLAIM
LUT No.
TAXES nud
INTEREST
COSTS
TOTAL
Johu Roa
.Cofbiu and Kennedy No. 2     200  t> lO.ts.j.,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Separate sealed tenders, superecribed
"Tender for Manufacture and Delivery
of Superstructure Metal, Bridge at I
Taghum, B.C.," and "Tender for Sub- I
structure and Erection of Superstructure Bridge at Taghum, B.C.," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon ot
Tuesday, the Hth October, for the
manufacture and delivering f.o.b. care
at Taghum, B.C., and for the complete
substructure ani erection of superstructure, respectively, of the bridge
over the Kootenay River at Taghum,
B. O.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
end forms of tender can bo seen at the
offices of thc Government Agents at
Nelson, New Westminster, Vancouver,
and Revelstoke, and also at the offlc*
of the Public Works Engineer, Parlia -
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one i opy of
the drawings and one copy of the specification for the sum of twcnty-Bve dol
lars (f26).
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque or certificate
of deposit on a chartered bank of Can-
ndg, made payable to the Honourable
tho Minister of Public Works, for tht
rfum of $1,000, which shall be forfeit**
if tho party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do
so. The cheques or certificates ol de •
posit of unscccessful tenderers will be
returned to them upon the execution ol
the contract.
Tho successful tenderer nhnll furnish
ft bond of a gunrantoe company satisfactory to the Minister of Public ••■Vorks
in the sum ol five thousubd lol'ari
(•$5,000) for the due fulfilment of lhe
contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
mado out on Iho forms suppllod, s!,rn-
ed with the actual signature of lhn ten
dorcr, nnd enclosed in lhc envelopes
tirnlshed.
Thc  lowest or
parily accepted.
J. B.
Public
hepnrtment of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., September Brd, 1913.
tnttort to   8th Oct.
NOTICE Is hereby given that John
Clayton Tapping, bhe lin'rici-of all
Dense to sell liquor l»y retail at llie
premises known na lhe Oity Hold.
First Street. Revelstoke, namely Lota
I   l.o 7   inclusive, in   Hlock   8,    Plan
two  Reveletoke, H    0.,   Intanda   to
apply to the Hoard of License Commissioners for the Oity of Revelsloke
at a meeting of thesaltl board to be
held nexi after the BXplral ion of thirty
days from the firsl publication of thu
notice for the transfer of said license
to the premises situate on the cornor
of Kits! Ml reel and Orton avenue, lie
oo* lots 17, IK and HI in block 17, Plan
IVWA, Reveletoke,
Dated this dth day of September, 1B13,
J. C. Taitj.no.
John Ross  Happy Find
John Ross  Crystal 	
V. C. Elli.)t et aL  Annie	
F. C. Elliot et ul  Uabella 	
F. C. Elliot et al  Hop* r 	
F. C. Elliot et al  Dorothy 	
F. C. Elliot ol al  R«l v»* ••-••
202
2113
1500
10.53	
10.85	
27.OU	
1057     5*2.80...
nny tedder not ne.*ee
GRIFFITH,
Works Engineer.
  15-5S
    |.,i.V.l
   1560
F. C. Elliot et al  Home Fraction   15(il
F. C. Elliol et al  Maple Leaf    In*.*
F. C. Elliot et al  Oak  Lofil  1503
F. C. Elliot et al  Florean Fruition   I5;il
F. C. Elliot et al  Lauant    1502
F. C. Elliot et al  Lanark  ta.i   1592
F. C. Elliot et al  Sutton   2601
F. C. Elliot et al  '''u~f Lanark Fraction   '2777
F. C. Elliot et al  Blue  Jay    277U
F. C. Elliot et ul  Warwick Fraction   J.Tii
F. C. Elliot et al  * ')' le Fraction   ■277s
Ferguson Mines Limitod  Black Diamond   ,,.m ,5680
Ferguson Mines Limitod  Silver Uow    5078
Ei A. Hillmau  -Horseshoe   5312
Geo. D.  Scott  Sunset    1970
H. Floyd  1'owsir   ijo5
Fraser  aud  Bouruo    Hi oinos tora   :i788      37.05,
Ml. Sicker it B.C. Mining Co Algoma    55'.>S
Ferguson  Mines  Limitod   Litile Phil    1733
J. Abrahamson  Morning Star   4..71     27.0.}....
A. und F. H. Hihii m-  While Quail     |.*i77
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Spokane   13(i0
Lardeau Vulley Mines Limited  Maggie May   2437
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  ....Maggie  May  No.  2    2112
Lardeau Valley Miuos Limited  interloper Fraction   211*1
Lardeau Valley Miues Limited  Kuby  Fraction     2114
Laideau Valley Mines Linntuu  Uleitgjnuock   ,   0^7U
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  .John L  5808
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Mareycn Fraction   5509        '.UU	
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Liza Fraction   5'JOO      U.25	
F. M.Curty  Arabian  2733   126.73	
a''. M.Carly  Victoria  IV  2..SI   126.75	
F. McCarty  Belcher    j,;..,      121.00	
F. McCarty  Maple Leal    3760     »7.7o	
F. McCarty  Fairvlew  , 	
F. McCarty,  Mammoth 	
Fi McCarty  Shamrock   270V
A. E.  Rand  Robsou    510b
A. E.  li,umI   Kn.iii.i    ,3107
Beatrice Mines Limitod  UduioaJ   '2021
..82.00..
..$2.00..
,..$2.00.,
...82.00.,
..5-.UU.
..$2.00.,
,.$2.00.,
..¥*2.UU ,
57.20	
57.20	
57.20	
2*2.00 , ...$2.U0.„.
24.20 , ...S'2.00....
30.60 -S2.UU....
30.G0 , , ...¥*2.00.„.
8.80 , ...¥2.00....
11.80 *2.U0.,.
23.10 $2.00....
2.20 , ...§2,00....
31.90 , „.*2,00...,
2.20 , ...S2.0U....
1.10 , $2.00...,
27.05 $2.00	
27.05 $2.00	
40.00 s*2.00	
41,7.} , , ,,.$3.00	
41.7o 82.00	
 $3.00	
41.7.3 , ...*>*2,00	
21.85 ****2.00	
 82,00	
57.20 „ ...S2.00	
31.30 , x-2.00	
3*>.5U S-2.UU	
29.70 $2.00, ...
3.60 , ,.,s-J,00	
.80  s-2,uo	
41.7) $2.00	
2.10. .s-2.00	
2707   120.73.,
•27US    39.00.,
Beatrice Mines Limitod  Beatrice   ....  I5S6
Beatrice Mines Limited  Folsou   45S7
J.  A.  Cottam  Trapper    1101
J. A, Cottam  Hunter  1195
S.  C,  Chi/.um  Kitsap  	
H, Roach  , Agnes  ,  5690
H. Roach  , Whistler ,.,.,  7433
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining CoNcw York  5325
Metropolitan Cold & Silver Mining CoBoston   ,  0386
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining  CoChi.ago    5327
Metropolitan Cold il ctil.er Mining CoMonlreal  '• "'328
Metropolitan Qold ft Silver Mining OoSan Francisco   ">320
Metropolitan Qold ft Silver Mining Oo Fairvlew   5330
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining CoMetropolitan Fraction   6331
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining  I   Chicago Fraction   5332
Metropolitan Gold&Siher Mining OoKamloop  1962
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining OoTriune   5031
Metropolitan Gold & Sihci* Milling CoEnterpiise   50^2
Metropolitan Gold&Siher Mining CoSilver Chief   5083
 , ...****2.U0..
 $8.00.,
 , ...83.00,.
 $2.00,.
 $3.00„,
 $3.00..
 *2.W..
 $3.00..,
13L90 $3.00,.,
32.10   ...$*2.0o",
35.30 $2.00,,
41.75 $2.00„,
11.75 $3.00.,,
il»75 $2.00.,,
27.03 $3.00,,
19.80 $3.00 .
• • i ..,..
3500       20.15.
41.75	
11.75	
10.05	
49.K>	
II Wi	
3:'. 0*,	
67.30	
67.30	
6.60	
7.05	
38.49	
50.06	
...Jfii.OO,,
...82.00.,
,,.83.00,
,..82.00,,
,..82.00,,
...82.00.,
,,,82.1
,,.83.00,,
„ 82.1 "..
...8*2.00,,
...82.00„
...82.00
Metropolitan GoM ft Silvei  Mining OoKamloops Fraction ..
Metropolitan GoM ft Silver Mining OoRovcngS 	
5084
5686
r, 133
I7«
1711
1713
4712
•35.00 «**2.t'ii	
10.05   $3,00	
fi.GU 12,00,	
II. J. Ijuinn  L.    IJ.
B. J. Quinn  Doubtful
U. J. Quinn  Blue Jay
H. J. Quinn  C,   D	
H. .1. Quinn X.  V.  Z,
B. J. Quinn  r.   h
Edw. Balllft Syd. Ltd Sifdur ...
Bdw   Batllie Syd, Ltd  Crescent  0472
BMW, BaQlil Syd. Ltd  ...Mammoth  CI73
Edw. Unillio Syd. LW       Elliptic Fi action   0174
H* lioadl  Silver Belt  , , 6695
83.15....
22,00....
20,75	
17,70	
29.78	
18.08	
1711     X\ SO....
fc 171
. : US	
73.45	
7.I.13	
25,*0	
11.75	
,,,$3.00	
...19.00	
,.,$3.00	
,.,$3.00	
,.,$2.00	
,..$3.00	
00	
•v..
,..$3.00	
,.$3.00	
,..$2.00	
...12.00	
i 18.85
18.85
18.85
•29.50
51. sO
69.-2Q
59.20
59.2U
24.UU
26.20
41.60
41.60
lO.fO
13.30
25.10
1.20
33.00
1.20
0.10
20.05
20.05
42.90
13.75
43.75
20.05
43.75
23.85
•20.05
59.20
33.30
10.50
31.70
7.60
2.80
•13.75
4.10
6.Q0
16.25
123.75
128.75
1*23.90
89.75
128.75
.41.00
138.90
34.10
37.30
43.75
43.73
13.75
•20.05
21.20
2*>,13
13.73
•13.73
42.03
51.40
43.S0
313.05
5!).'20
59.20
8.60
9.05
40.46
58.05
57,00
4*205
8.00
35.15
21.00
31.75
19.70
31.7.3
14.05
35.80
75.45
76.40
75.15
27.80
13.75 PAGE SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20,  1013
Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims
OWNER
NAME OF CLAIM
LOT No.
TAXES and
INTEREST
COSTS
TOTAL
Mrs. C G. Westfall Tom Edwurd   0478
Mrs.  U. U,  Westfall  Copper, queen   "'" •
Mrs. C. u. Westlatl  • Minnie Fraction  75U7
prince Mining Company   Standard   6944
Prmce  Mining  Company    Monitor    0U40
Prince Mining Company  Commander     .....
prince  Mining  Company    Wiuneubago   (i'.'lT
i'fjnce Mining company   Contractor  , i.'.h***
prince Mining Company  Ton Hill   li'J-M
Prince Mining  Compauy    Denver Fraction  (i9&U
Prince  Mining   Company    I'-"-1" Fraction   1)051
Pnnca Mining Company  iron chest  0'jr>2
Prince Mining Company  Black Bear  003d
pnnce Mining Company  Criterion  ,  iS'JW
Prince Mining  Company  Uou Hill Fractioij   Tls3
30.30.,.,
lite.lei....
ai.oo...,
41.75....
41.75...,
 , ...$2.00  41.30
 $2.00 „  *JS.L)
 $2.00 ,   20.00
 , ...$2.00 ,  43.7*3
 $2.00  43.75
Prince  Mining  Company    L!,   X.  L  7184  	
Prince Mining Company  Dowuie Fraction   7ls"i  10,25.,,
  4.80,..,
  2,10....
  24.10...,
  41.75....
  73.10....
  21.1)5....
4i70            S2.U0  43.78
l.UiC *»•«> "  w*15
,«t , $2.00  23.01)
4, T0'             $2.00  43.75
iioo!!! »--uu -  b-uu
IS.45 *~-uu  20.45
40.80 W'00  42*8U
4U.10 *2'0U  iiM
80.10 W'00  **'">
■*,.,- $2.00	
M-doZ" *2'00	
Princa Mining Compauy   I. X.  1.. Fraction 74i>8
pr.nce Mining Company   H.  X.  L, Fraction   7190
Pr.nce' Miuing  Company   Martha  Jane Fraction   7-187
Prmce Mining Company   Minto  .,  7480
E. U. Sells  ., S.  Louib     7^61
C. Abrahamson and Piper  Alice  f. 7H0
J.  W.  Chism et al  J.    0  7203
J,   V..   Chism el al  Uluali   72G7
Mrs. E. McDougald  Golden Eagle   301b
C. L. Oopp  Parkside   7041
J.  J. Lutta  Copper Olitt   2/31
Lu'lgei* Gene  Greater New   WK.   ^!75i
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co A.   K.   Fraction   7113
ite ward Gold & Silver Mining Co Dell  Doy    7442
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co -May    *	
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co May No.  1    '"'138
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co May  No. 2  7430   -•■    M'^"
Reward Gold & Silver imm.ij Co May No. 3   74L17      db.J...
Reward Gold &  Silver Mining Co May  No.   1   ,   7105       52.80..
,..$2.00„
...$2.00„
,..$2.00.,
,..$2.00„
...$2.00„
...$2.00„
...$2.00„
0.25
28.45
21.25
0.80
4.40
20.10
.43.70
70.45
20.05
50.20
50.20
5,.vh $2.00	
5,.2n , ...$2.00	
30.10 $2.00  38,10
30.90 '. $2.00  38.00
U6.IH  ...$2.00  07.00
17,10 ,  ...$2.00   ,  19.10
  2.20...,
  20.00...,
7130    25.30...,
  25.30...
7259
7502
7255
7264
7252
52.80....
30.30...
40.70....
27.50 $2.00..
1.10..! -  ...$2.00..
15.40 .  ...$2.00..
1.10 $2.00.,
28.0U S2.00..
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co May No. 5   7434
Reward Gold & Silver Miuiug Co Giooseap   • 7257
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Giooseap No.  2   7258
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Giooseap No.  3
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Koroes Fraction
Reward Gold &  Silver Mining Co Reward Fraction
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Pilot  Fraction  ..
Reward Geld & Silver Mining to Morning Star ....       _^^^_^^^^_^_ ^^^^— <., „„
a = IIO)  eJJ.UU
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Home Run Lode *.  72.53      11***J  ^^^^
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Rattler  7048      17-3U  '«." nn 51.00
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Union Jack   7019         "'J  *> nil      35.00
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Pilot    70*50      •i!*u'	
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Florence   7001  50.10....
Reward Gold & Silver Miuing Co Kooteuay No.  1    7247  38.50....
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Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Jumbo  .1 7052      i-.m....
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Independent  ».    7053
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Kootenay No. 2   ,  72 IS
,..$2.00       4.20
,..$2.00  22.90
,..$2.00  27.30
,..$2.00  -27.30
,..$2.00  41.00
..$2.00  38.30
..$2.00  54.80
,.$2.00  54.80
,..$2.00  38.00
,..¥2.00  42.70
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Reward Gold &  Silver Mining Co.
.Rattler No.  1  ,   7251
7250
7249
1737
7182
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Reward Gold &  Silver Mining Co Laido ....
Cowan and Hickman   Canadian
O. J. Rnsnens  Peacock . 	
B. A. Issues  Byran   1009
Cha-.  Walsh et  al   ....Flora Dell  9121
Cha-. Walsh ei al  Qrandview   0122
Cha?. Wuleh et al  Morning Star   9123
Cha?. Walsh et al  Eureka   0124
Cha-*. Walsh el al  Eastern Star   '-'I-"1
H. W. Schlo-s  Lost Chord   3664
Clara G. Westfall  J. W. Fractional   7132
H. w. Schloss  Last Chance     -
Cha,-.  M.  Oliver Mohecan     8706
Chas.  M. Oliver  Pathflndei	
Wm. A. Fnote and D. Morgan  ,Adelinn Fra 'ion ...
Geo.  E.  Ru<8cll Darwin Fraction  ...
A. R. Heyland  Harry  	
Geo. E. Rus=cll  Lucky  Jim 	
Footi    ind Morgan  Surpri-"' 	
Footo and Morgan  Wel-h 	
John R.  Henry  Colorado   	
J.,In R. H.nry  Del-Rey          I
John R. Henry  Delta 	
J..In R. Henry  Marguerite   * "*
John R   Henry  San Jllan  .1*1374
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Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, October 3rd, 1913.
N. Rj>. BROWN,
Collector.
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so prompt^   .riel  perfi "ii  are
at this restaurant.    And the   icrvice in
only a foretaste oi
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to -., man's
heart is through his stomach. We are
sure to reae h yours if you'll drop in
and tr) our lull of fare. If perfert victuals perfect]) cooked and perlei tly
served, will gain ."ur friendship, we
are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. 0. Thiakison Manager,
Which kind of a culvert
does your waggon cross ?
1)
.mi use pass oi
■ i ii are t on>
st.i lira and often washed
' ' llic low     ....
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CULVERTS OF CONCKKTE
u hirh  nol ■   ■ i thi A   i'i., bul
■ r wuh age and
it ihf
■ ■ - •  idi i"
ils tie.ii
Iverti are wa hed
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In.i:i iipmi Conor ott Cnlvorta
It v»ili pa f you ai .ir . ruitit ■,
Canada Cement Company Limited
BOS Herald Bulldlnf, Monir«al
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farmtr   t an   i>>>
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culverts ;irc
neat, safe, need no
repairs, a n d a re
ever-lasting.
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TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Battenburtr bed spreads and
shams, scarfs for dresses.
Juat arrived, a new line of
fur stole muffs for ladies'
wear—the price reasonable.
Manufacturers of ladies'
dresses; gent's shirts and
boys' suits made to order.
JOHN LEE
KRONT STREET.     LOWER TOWN.
The   family   remedy   for   Coughs   and  Colds
"Shiloh costs  so   little   and docs   ao muchl'
BiaiEHBIEEIEiaiJiaKEr^^
O. B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Otlico: Lawrence Hiirdware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. O.
W.   H.   WALLACE,  M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telepliono 313. Reveletoke
BURCJESS   AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors  und  Contractors).
P. O.  Uox 317        Kamloops, B.C.
Urancli  Otlice—Wutsou   Realty   Co.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MUOSE .No. XUBk
Meets     every  nrst aod  tbird Tues*
day    ln   Oddle.iowu    HaU.       Visaing
breihern  curilially   lnviteU  tu  atteml.
A. Grant, Uictator.
H. L. ilaiu:, Secretary.
School of Music and Oratury, under
Hi. 11 V i. til ot
PROF. 0. 0. BROWNELL.
Teiicliing Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice
t'ullure ior Singing and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francis   Hall, on    McKenzie    Avenue.
KOOTENAY      LODGE. No. li A. F.
aud A. II.
I.* khIhi* meetings are beld in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on tb* Third Monday in each month
at X p. in. Visiting brethren are
cordially  wslcom*.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain Vitw  Camp,  No. lit.
Mrm Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    In each  month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
JAMES McINTYRH, 0.0.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
BBLKIRK     LODGE 11, 1. O. O. I*.
Meeta every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME. N.G.
JAS. MATHIE, See.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIB,   No. Mil.
OF I. O. F.
Meete Ib I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera Houso every second
and fourth Monday in month. Vielt*
Ing brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.  S.  CAMERON,  R*e.-Be«.
HARVEY, McCARTER ft COMPANY
Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offloes—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.C.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Nolico is hereby given that on the
20th day ol October noxt, application
will bo mado to tbe Superintendent oi
Provincial Polico Ior tho transfer of the
License for the sale oi liquor by retail
in und upon thc premises known as the
Lardeau Hotel, situate at Comaplix,
British Columbia, from Adolphe Boileau to Albert Edwin Jewitt oi Comaplix, British Columbia.
Datod this 17th day of September,
1013.
Adolpbo Boileau,
Holder of License.
Albert Edwin Jewitt,
Applicant lor Trsn.for;
l|t issue Sept. 17, QQ d»ye WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29,  1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  8EVW
.*;
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Seco nd Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. S- /*<""« * &>■• Aimited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Montb
Look at Price Tickets.
Ladies.' Suits in Navy and Serge
Our Speci.il Navy Hlue Serge Tailored Suit for ladies has
become fatuous both for style, iit, finish, appearance and workmanship, and the price is only   $25
A Special Suit in Serge—Browns and Navy, nicely tailored
Silk and Satin lined, new style. Only a lew sizes in
this   $15
A Nice Showing of Furs
In 1'tirs, as usual, we have a representative showing of all
the popular lines of natural Furs. This year we
find a ready sale a line of Fancy Muffs and Stoles
made of embossed plushes, velvets, curl cloths. They
are haiielsouie goods and you can get a good looUng
set from $5 to $15
The Doll Family Just Arrived
The Kewpiers, "Chubby & Fife," the Art Dolls, the Character Dolls, etc. Also the Fur Animals, Dogs,
Cats, etc.    Bring the kiddies to see them.
Apron Gingham
Full  yard wide, in Navy and White  Checks of   different
sizes.    This is a pure linen cloth.    A good washer 20c
/ing Cotton
Wc always sell Standard   Sewing   Cotton,   full   200  cards,
Coates', Kerr's and Clark's at h spools for 25c
New Aviation Wool
The thick, heavy kind.    All colors at 15c
Glearance of Silks
Clearing n lot of odd shades of Embroidery Silks, good for
beginners.       Regular 5c, at per skein Ic
Tea Aprons
Nice,  clean,   pure White   Muslins,   different   side*.,  long
String ties.    Some nice ideas among these      35c
CLOTHING  AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
Wood and Brass Curtain Poles
We have just received a full assortment of Wood and Brass
Curtain Pole.' and Window Fixtures. Ask us for
anything you may need in this line.
Rugs and Carpet Squares
We are clearing out Rugs and Carpet Squares at prices that
will interest yon 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
Silk Shirt Waists
Special line of Silk Shirtwaists with soft collar, turned
cuffs, new goods. Sold regular at $4.50. On salt
at $2.90
Coats for Children
Teddy Coats, made of Teddy   Hear   cloth,   nice   style  aud
nicely trimmed, for children from 1 to 6 years 	
 WILL. WASH WELL
S^'V<*W':^
£&>.♦
■*%♦:
rJ/VIen's Felt House Slipper
with heavy Felt Sole, leather
bottom. An ideal cure for
tired feet	
PRICE, $1.50. $1.75. $2
Women's Same at	
$1.00, $i:35, $1.80
Boys at.
$1.35
Women's Boudoir Slipper-
in Saxe, Brown, Red and
Mauve, spring heel, leather
bottom.    Price	
$1.25
Same   in  JAEGAR    without
heel...	
$1.00 Per Pr.
Women's Kozy Tailored Slippers—the most comfortable
of all. Heavy felt sole with
leather bottom.    Price	
$1 and $2
Same in JAEGAR at	
$1.80 Per Pr.
Women's Juliettes in all shades
of felt and velvet, either
fur or ribbon trimmed.
Flexible soles, medium heel.
PRICES	
$1.75 per pr.
Misses' sizes	
$1.35
MEN'S LEATHER OPERA SLIPPER in blank or
brown, flexible sole and full fitting lasts.
PRICE $2.25 per pair
WITH CUSHION  SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
MEN'S PULLMAN SLIPPERS in black or brown,
guaranteed fitters.    PRICE        $2.75 per pair
WITH CUSHION SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
Children's Felt or Fleece-Lined Slippers from 40c. to 90c. per pair.       A wide assortment of Moccasin
Slippers with fur or fleece linings, from $1.75 to $3.00 Per Pair.
i
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
One Table Odd Dishes   About Half Price.
Crosse & Blackwell's Marmalade,   1   lb. Jars
Oliver's " " '  lb.  Jars      -
Three lb. Tins Pumpkin.    Per tin ...
Our Own Blend Tea, 3 lbs.  for -
Our Own Blend Coffee,  ;, lbs.  for -
Table Figs, per lb. ...--.
Oysters, 1  Pound Tins -
20c
20c
'5c
$1.00
$1.00
t5C
15c
Flower Pots and Butter Crocks
Just arrived—a shipment of Flower Pots, all sizes.      Get the ones you want before it
is too late.
GOOD SUPPLY OF BUTTER CROCKS JUST IN.
New Stock of Fruits and Marmalades
Crosse C& Blackwell's Orange in 7 lb. and 4 lb. tins. 1 and 2 lb. Jars.
Kellern's Orange, in 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 lb. Jars.
Noel's Fig and Lemon in Jars.
Robertson's, 4 and 2 Pound Tins.
Ginger, Lemon, Green   Figs,   Tangerine,   and    Orange   Shred   in  Jars.
1 <$Hfr<$"$»•$"£*£♦<£» 'fr «fr 'fr «fr '3' 'I1 'I1 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'I' 'I' 'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr 'fr 'I' 'fr 't' 'fr 'fr <fr 'fr
!                       NEW CHINA §
Japan China Tea Sets ^
"          "     Cream and Sugar Sets •$»
Fruit Sets   7 pieces *fr
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each.
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers
j£± t~t. l't, l't   ii'i tl\ ei*i tt* itt jft. itx lTi iti ■!' it* \~tt ii'i ii'i ilj il» il'l t"tl l'li iTi iti iti tti tti it* it i it* it* il» '1» ii'i '"tt tti
■j.1 mi mi n ib if} ui <j,i ij,"*j,» op9j,i l-p mj MT iJJ.* MJ <^,< 1JJ -MJ 'J,' 'J,1 'X   +   «V   +   X   +   4>   "  " " +   " ♦ *X" ^17
NEW GOODS
Carload   New   Canned   Vegetables   and    Fruits,
Wheat. Bran and Oats,      Sweet Potatoes and Squash
New Shipment of Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits
Crawford's Puff Biscuits, (something new).
Mackintosh Red Apples
Cranberries.      California Red Grapes
Malaga (ireen Grapes. Oranges and Pears.
Carload  of   Shorts.
Comb Honey
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. PAGE  EIGHT
I  'JL
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 19VS
To Our Friends and Neighbors
You know us. You know we
afford to — go back on our word
this monej-backif-not satisfied
We honestly believe we havo the
lee'eet   bowrl   remedy  ever lllilde till!
most pleasant-to-takc, most permanently beneficial laxative for relief
from the miseries nnd dangers arising
from constipation.
We wouldn't sny this if we didn't
believe it to be true. Wo wouldn't
risk our reputation by making such
statements did we not feel sure you
would find them true.
a. Our faith is built both on the
knowledge ie[ what Rexall Orderlies
ore mado of and on observation of
very many severe cases in which they
have proven their merit.
Try them at Our Risk
If they do not abundantly provi
their merit with yeeu :.l*-ee— if yea
are not entirely satisfied with them —
we will refund your ii.e.iie*.\ - and we
will do that on your mere say-so,
We don't ask vou to risk a penny.
Isn't that fair'.'
Just let thc bowels fiei. in pri pi rly
doing their work —ju.-i lot ih';r
action Iw delayed and inniuip'u :i-
and the entire system and every
.Other   organ   suffers.    Wastes   that
would not — that we could not
. Nor can you afford to ignore
offer on this splendid laxative.
should have been dispelled remain
to poison the system.
Headaches, biliousness, nervousness and other tormenting and serious ills are common when the bowels
tail to act daily as nature intended.
All this may be avoided, if you will
accept our advice.
taste just like candy. They are
soothing and easy in action. They
(io nol cause wiping, nausea, ; urging or excessive looseness. They
tend to tone and strengthen intestinal
in rves and muscles. They promptlj
relieve constipation, and help to permanently overcome it.
Rexall Orderlies promote better
spirits and better health, In nil of
these things they are vastly superior
to old-fashioned, harsh salts and
other purgatives, whioh are not only
unpleasant to take but which usually
nave the bowels in worse condition
than before. Wo particularly recommend Hexall Orderlies for children,
aged and delicate persons.
Hexall Orderlies eome in vest-
pocket tin boxes. *.'J tablets. lOo;
30 tablets, 25o; so tablets, SOc.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice ie- hereby given that, on the
first d.iy of December next, application will be made ie the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel knnwu
as th'' St. Le.hi hotel, situate at St.
Leon, in the Province of British
Columbia
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
M. GRADY,
1st   Isri.  Oc.2lJ,   ".nl. Applicant
CAUTION*. Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not Bold by
gists.   You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at ihe Hexall Stores.
You can buy Rexall Orderlies in this community only at our -store:
WALTER BEWS
ill drug-
Revelstoke
The ^HUaSJL Store
British Columbia
There is a Rexull Ptorc ia nearly overy town eerid city in tlio United Stales, Canada and
Great Britain. There is n diflerent Rexall Remedy for nearly every ordinary hi-maii ill —
eeicb OBpeoiaUy designed fur ttie particular ill te r ut.icli A. i^ recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
TO THE PUBLIC
[ would respectfully call  vour attention to in) ens just
received for Fall and Winter wear,   comprising thi  lates!   styles,  fi
colorings in new and desirable effei *.*.
I would also call your attention  to   the  fact that   1   have  taken   a full
course of instruction in cutting men i len's garments at  "the John J.
Mitchell Co." cutting academy, New York City.
Have  worked  ami  gainei    : experience  with   li
establishments in the large cities, and can safely recommend my sel I   is one
who   thoroughly   understand   cutting,    lesigning making   of i en's
women's garments.    Therefore,   you could n *   lo anj better than leave your
order here lor your Fall and Wintet .a: ments.
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Motiee is hereby given that, on the
first day of Deoember next, application will be* made tei th* Superin-
* * di ii* oi Provincial Police for
rem wni of the hotel license to sell
qlior by retail in the hotel known
.- the Union hotel, situate at Arrow
. n   the    Province of    British  Co
in bia.
luted tli ay o   '■ ictoher, 1913
W.  J.  LIGHTBURNE,
Isl   iss,  Oc.29, 301. Applicant
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
NV'ii' i'i.y  i;ivcn  that,  on  ihe
first day ■•;' December next, application will ma le lo the Superintendent    ni      Prov incial    Polii •     feir
:* wni   of   ih"   hotel   license     tee    -,.11
li |Ui * *    by    retail  in  I ■■•   *  itel  known
G    clei   Housf, situate  at   lilacier.   in * in   Proi :.....    .,f   British     Co
lumbia.
'■ I I thi -J":1: lay of October, 1913
■ i linn Pacific Railway Company,
Bt iss. 0c.2lJ, :!i»l. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice h reby given thai, on iho
flrst day of December next, applica-
tiot w ill ' be ' ma le to the Superintendent of Provincial I'e.U.e. for
■ * ival of the hotel license lo sell
liiiuor by retail in the hotel known
as    tit-*    Laudeau  bote*!,    situate    ut
:  ex. in   the  ProvJ  of    Britiah
1 !i I imbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 191'i
Rl SSELL  M.  K\ AN8,
-*     ■*.   t'e*..'1.    *.'■.. Applicant
ent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of the hotel license to sell liquor by
retail ln the hotel known as the City
Hotel situated at Arrowhead, in the
Province of British Colombia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
ROBERT CALEY,
l-t iss. Oc.29, ,*-50d. Applicant,
MQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notiee is hereby given that on the
first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of
the Hotel License to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Lake-
view Hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
CHAPMAN AND SMITH.
1st  is*s. Oct. 25 one mon.
RENEWAL OF HOTEL LICENSE
District hotel keepers, that is those
outside any {incorporated town, should
remember that they must apply for a
renewal of their license before Novem-
ber  1st next.
ShilohaM
The   family   remedy    for   Couuhs   and  Colds
'Shiloh costs  so   little   and does   so much!'
Sealed tenders addressed to the un-
dersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Wharf at Ainsworth, B.C.," will be
received at this oilice until 4.00 p.m.,
on Monday, November 17, 1913, for
the construction of a wharf at Ains -
worth, Kootenay District, B.C.
Plans, specifications and form of eon
tract ean be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department and at
the offices of J.P. Forde, Esq., District Engineer, at Revelstoke, B. C;
C.C. Worsfold, Es'q., District Engineer at New Westminster, B.C., and on
application to the Postmaster at Ains
worth, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on lho printed forms supplied,
mnl signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and places of residence. In the case of firms ,
the actual signature, the nature ofthe
occupation, and place of residence of
each member of the firm must be given
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to lhc order of the Hon
ourable the Minister of Public Works,
equal to teu per cent 111) p.c.) of the
amount of the tender, which will be
forfeited  if thu   person  tendering      de -
JS«i'4'^ii3_^i,^JuiL(i'_)Ue;_1_^l ..;■..._._„ m 'i:;..lai> Sflli§> ■yjif'7..
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES* AND GENTS
TAILOR
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
ACROSS FROM THK  "CLUB."
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &,   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, ihe workmanship arK; wear
And comfort born of every pi
Of 20th Century welts that's -
Will draw new trade, and 1     I the old.
I Cream
Mude from cream of tartar derived
solely from grapes, the most delicious and healthful of all fruit acids.
g
dine to enter iato a contract when
called upon to do so, or fail to complete the work contraoted for. If the
tender be not accepted the cheque will
bo returned.
The department does not bind it-aelt
to accept tho lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. 0. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, October 15, 1913.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if  they     insert without.
authority from the Department.
1st is's. Oct22 2t.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
POR
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
VV. H. POTTRUFF, Prop.
WWW&
Coronation
iolWiTEAwi
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 *f   a pound
In commemoration of the coronation of
King George VV* RWjpviyi" have -put on the
market a o r< nation tin of a most picturesque
and exquisite design, bearing ex< client portraits
ol King George v, Queen Mary and tbc Prim
of VVntes. Special panels have been designed
epresenting Canada, India, Africa, Australia
and Sew Ail.un!.
i »nty .\T" ,. it<•■ 1 number hnve been impotted.
riui-^Of. i ir one pound tins.
At   Itt M hllllpft*
f • -i.
Ne.i.-   i-  hereby  given that, on the
first  day of December next,    appiica-
will    ;*•     mode to ihe Superintendent    of     Provincial    Police     for
w      of thi   hotel  lice'use    io    sell
B     m   the hotel known
Beaton hn • iiate at  Beat-
Pro vin •■ ol Hi iti-li Colum-1
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li.  SBLLIS,
Applicant
LIQUOR  act,  l»li'.
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Phone 41 Bex 734
erebj   given thai. on the
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CHIMNEY SWEEP
Leave orders at Lawrence
Hardware Co. I will guarantee to do a clean job in
taking down pipes and
cleaning pipes and chimneys.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
THE CHIMNEY SWEEP
Who Can be found at the
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.
Subscriptions Are Now Invited for the Balance of the Present Issue of Stock
The Lakes B. C. Ceoniog Company, Ltd.
Capital $250,000, Divided Into 25,000 Shares of $10 Each
First Issue of 10,000 Shares, Payable Per Share as Follows :    $2.50 on Application, $2.50 on
Allotment, $1.00 Feb. 13, 1914, $2.00 June 13,   1914, $2 October 13. 1914.
Thi< (.'ompany. having reached tho subscription of 860,000 otits Capital
has proceeded to aUotmenl and now offers ihe balance of Its tirst issue for
pubUi   subscription at par.
The Property ,i\vned by the Company Is composed of THRKE HUNDRED AND NINETY-TWO ACRES, more or len, and i< situated on the
east side of the Arrow Lake, seven miles north ol the Town of Nakusp, and
hat a water frontage on the laUc of one mile, The objeots .,f the Company
are twofold :
1.—To build, equip and opi rate a factory on the Arrow l,al-cs, for the
canning ol tomatoes, pea . fruit, etc.
2—To oiler for sale, tern ami fifteen  aore blocki of the land  above mentioned, after the same has been partially developed and a suitable residence
ted "ii eaeh block.   A contract will ba entered into with the purchaser^
of the Company'*-  land lo purchase  all produ-v  Ri*own  by  them, suitable for
canning, thus insuring for them ,., ready market fm their produce, and for
iie' Company n portion of then raw material.
The Company, moreover, Intends to reserve and fully develop a Mock
oi lnnd for experimental purposes, and will give thc sottlers access to all
ihe Intc-t '-i'ni ilir information that they may need to enable them to rai*e
orops   ie h as are required for onuulng.
Owing to the above Inducement*, He* Company will be able to sell theii
lnnd al a  iplendid profit, and at the same time give it    lettlers achanoe to
.n in •  return   for their investment! and laboi
MARKET
The Company aoed not uo beyond British    Columbia    and the Prairie
lr Bnd people who are eagei  and whole ueeessitiei  compel them
iuy f ii  ne.eie* ,,i* ii,e.. produeti   than  lhe Company  will he able to   pro-
fn the lumbei  rampe meel railroad camp   of British Columbia conned
.:■   ii nd  tbreetlme   a dny,  while In the prairie prov-
ame,ie    iie   farming    i   •      ii • demand li squally great.
im i lorm   oi   ipplicntion for -lune- -iiouM
*  io iie* Secretary
THE LAKES <B. C.i CANNING CO., LTD., 15 ttcDOUGALL BLOCK, CALGARY.
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•I ll<> kind publlibcd
"Z\)t &i)ukrt fefjipper"
Mallrd Ahvoliilrlr tttt la fur Shlpaxn-fcnd "Shnbrrl"
yoar n«mr on a pattal today
Y'eii want dels valuable puhlirnlinn—it il worth liundrcdi of
dollars lo yuu, iiaucd at titty change of the Fur  Ntarket,
giving VOU an arrurate and reliable report of what ji doing in
all the Marketi oi thr World in American Raw Furi.
Writ* for it—nov—it'a fr«*e
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THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE NlNB
A  citiren  cf  thc  world  wishing  te   spend  a   holiday  at
'•Janff, in the heart of t: c Western Canadian Rockies or to
lake   .*.   bu j< in I of   the   Canadian
Pacific Hai I way :ints 1 .*..   cai bei th. boards thc train,
fives and eats in luxurious surroundings while being whirled
i   i little idea of thc vastness of the
•nterpri upon whieh he bestows his patronage nor of the
tremend . which must be maintained ia order that
ami ikewise-minded,  may  travd  in   such  safety,
it and luxury.
Kor -.:■ tance he foes to hed and does not know that an
.rmy   of   men   lour   thousand   strong   is   employed   by   that
lo.nir.g and Sleeping Car Department.   He is not aware that
■ ■" days, transport an army
'] ti.nt pie from Vancouvei to Halifax, giving
,arh a ti;   .ind  supplying  ninety  thousand  meals
day, er practically halt a million on the five day journey
..:. bi   Ii      not realise that, if the
.s   of   the   Canad'an   Pacific   Railway
I .   a single train with a locomotive stationed
\\ intervals ten roaches apart, that that train would be
| ng.     To   man   tins   rity   on   wheels   would
lequire of  three thousand  d'r.ing and  sleeping  car
1 is with  several hundred additional men at terminals
• e handle supplies for them. This is exclusive of the thousand men who would be operating the tiain in the capaci'y
'd biakemen, conductors, firemen and engineers, a toial
lboaid in all of 34,000 people.
TAKING CAEE OF THE PUBLIC
It   would   take   a  great   deal   of   space   to  tell   how   the
anadian  1'.* Ific   Railway  takes  care  of  that  public  which
[tatronliei  its   lines   and  how   also  it  takes  care  of   those
mployecs whose duty *'t is to minister to the comfort of that
uiblir.   Yet the C. P. R. has tsken many steps in that dircc-
lon  and  it   1*1   safe   to  say  that   in  a  dozen   paiticulars  it
hands ahead of any road on the continent when it comes to
rrcating its dining and sleeping car employees humanely and
lanely.   The      men an* as desirable a class of public servant
lis can be found in any privat   house from the point of view
If  efficiency,  personal   cleanliness  and  freedom   from  danger
If  spreading disease.    The company is as considerate of its
"ien as it is of the general public, and it is fully aware that
[.urh a mm si   is simple "good business."
Ceit uni'. the most colossal task that presents itself
o the C. P. R. is that of provisioning its dining cars to
••ed the hungry multitudes who cross their thresholds each
neal hour. It is estimated that in the summer season the
P. R. selves on an avenge twenty thousand meals a day
,n its cars. For many years the company has been grappling with the pioblcm of supplying this enormous demand
a way tnat would insure to the general public absolutely
, ;.-,,n ind perfl tly wltolisocie meals and only now has the
'ompany come to believe that it has the situation com-
I, letely in hand.
Tin- lift problem that presented Itself was to have
eerurc a tcally assured and permanent source of supply. To
littain this and, incidentally, to show .atmeis in various dis-
V.et the possibilities of their lands when scientifically
vorked, demnnstiation farms were staited throughout the
dominion. These supply absolutely fiesh provisions to the
Fhain of commissiary stores stretching .cross the continent
ind give the Canadian Pacific Railway the assurance of a
permanent supply at cost pricos. In this an absolutely radical
Beparlurc was made in that the C. P. R. actually owns
ind operate! thr- farms which supply it with provisions.
Thc advantage of tins is not far lo reek. Fresh milk
ind cicam will soon be secured in whatever quantities ate
llcsircd. A sufficiently latge number of poultry can be kept
lo supply all requirement! for table fowl and eggs. To In-
lure freshness in the egg:, used on dining cars tho product is
Lathered from the nest (all eggi an* nun-fertile by thc way)
[damped with tl c date, and then packed in cartons and
ealed for delivery tn commissary stores. Milk and rrcam
ite nol handled in bulk. Aftei being thoroughly pasteurized
products aie placid in sealed bottles nnd theso sre
prned In the |. 'ine Ol thl piSHOgll With the day and
late of milking rlghl on the bottle. Similar rare is taken
lire ibSOlutO ctOUllneU in all other demonstration
f. 11 n i pioiln I
Fruits mo vii'.it.dii    i'ui  i large item on dining rat
henu. The C.inaihan Pacffll Railway Import! th.*.i tioni all
larts'of the WOtlfl ."nil Oil  is them en  its  tahle.  le. (me .hey
available elsewhere and then, wlnn the Canadian pio-
lucts are ready C"* preferenci  li given them    in fact the
Tompany apt laliiea In tht (amoui tun'   snd vegetabloi of
Itiih Columbia  and conti   I    foi   these  product    t"i  the
hiiiie requln    > ' id poi foi this
i, ..,.,,,. f„i ,i*      ■   I   ii   lm Otl    vi..  m ,,,| -.,„ ,      i       qjj |,tv
It   these   ftUll   .   '■"'h   •' PP'e,i   P'uni i   Cherries,   | iai  ,   .uni
Lgrtablos,  '■"             ":    * potatoes   now   stands   highest
the continent.
One really obstinate problem has confronted the Canadian
Pacific and that has been the supplyin.- of fresh bread and
pastry  to  its  patrons—bread  and I   such  a  quality
that the shield and leaver trademark would be its guarantee.
Many experiments have been tried but that degree of success desired by the company is only now being attained.
Final upon all plans comes lhe announce -nent on this year's
appropriation list to the effect that t' * impany will Install a chain of modern bakeshops at uch terminal points
between Halifax and Vancouver as would .:; are a complete
re-stocking of dining cars with fresh bread eakes and pastry
every fifteen hours. Montreal, Toront , Winnipeg, Moose
Jaw, Calgary and Vancouver aie to have =tt.-li railroad bakeshops as will several other point definitely decided
upon.
T* e rare of meats, milks, vegetables anil perishable goods
for the twenty tl iple who  musl     *  tc-<1 daily by
this one railway requin :.itor planta
All refrigeration is done artificially •" ' tae scientifically
perfect decree of coldness is D erve the goods
ar.d so to maintain highest qua   *
A MODERN SCIEK
Modem medical science, ! nd curative, tiae
reduced itselt  to practically -bacteriology—,
with  the  allied  ait  cf  prevenl                      ' • s  from finding
ent   m   any  place   tha    nu:. *       I t   with   human
I   Ing , more particularly to k^ep all human lood free front
exposure to these germs.
Rccoynizi***      tl       the    Canadian    Padl Railway   haa
i ut    n elaborate system of ind   idu service, redno
handling of food  to a min ■ u !  bread, cakse;
pie, puddings, etc., are prepaini   i ivdual orders;
even   ice   cream.   ■• hii le 11 I
pn pared in individu
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. essible ssrvica;
nitary  condl-
:i wrapped
e'.uific  Railway
ly  healthy aad
bent to estah>
-ping car men
" only railroad
of   employees
home.   At all
,   Moose   Jaw,
ERIO>?    0/'   DIN.'KZ
IT3 FIRST CAP..'.
.n.   a
been di
il     i i.e' c,  1     ■
lei   tl
ent and bi    * hen .. ■
I Vancouvei car and   sleeping  car
.     boused 1 ll       'ablishing this
* .:'.   had   cue i   in   view.    It
e   t., give * ' puh   * assurance that
lyee had a physique fiee from alieaae, because
dical i      i iation, and  it
icsponsibility
Cnii     ths   system  that
C   ".   R.  II   li   Impi ssibl    • i   « dining or
s it is oslled,
•I   i bath and      v n his clothes
'the employe*.
1 *   P R ied by solely
The . not a "lout
■    d v   : the contrary,
ni will show,  i *   ui embodiment
:   and  corners
managed  by
ludlng show<.
of the modern
clean.   Thus,
e is under tha
i a p. a !».
pott for doty
tae. The result
ployee hy prlng
I  i.i •
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Ail ai        entidcall;     enl
Libi
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, .    i from I rn-
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out Irom thi   terminal
w*y prepared to care loi the public. PAGE TEN.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1913
M.J,  Fitzpatnck
the city.
{ Vancouver is
J.E, Elkins of   Vancouver, is in  the
city  today.
It K. Floeter of Los Angeles.     Cal.,
wa- in lown today,
K.M. l.uke of Kelownu,  was noticed
he streets yesterday.
.< ii   Jameson and M.J. Halliday of
\ ancouvei, are in the city.
John Hum of Vernon, is in the oity
A  :■ ies ■   11   tin* King Edward.
t, W.H    Hull  i.f (irand  ForkB,  slop-
p,-d ovei   in Revelstoke Monday last.
BIG MONEY
IN FURS
A.B. Shubert, Ine.. Chicago, U.S.A.
the largest house in the world, deal *
ing exclusively in American Raw furs
in a letter to the editor says in part
as follows:
Does the average farmer slop to con
sider the thousands and even millions
of  dollars      that are paid   out  every
year by the large fur houses for     the
skins of the  "farm yard pests"?    The
mink, a menace to the    chicken coop,
the skunk, muskrat, weasel and other
; fur-bearing animals, classed as    "var-
' mints"  and considered a     uuisunce to
ihe  crops,   all  have their instrisic  val-
i ue. and ii   Would do well for many  to
I', f i Met Iraham of
River    in ei v.  was in
Mr, and Mrs. S. Wood of Halcyon,
are paying Revelstoke a visit this w>*e'k
AS. Beudick of Glacier, i- In tin-
city a giest ai ihe King Bdward hotel.
Mr. J.M. Butherland ,,i Victoria and
W.J. McEachern oi Three Vulley, are
in to,vn.
*   Em-
Good
The Musical  Echardts'   al   ih
pre-s theatre  Saturday  night.
clean show.
*S.*e samples. every piece of goods
marked in plain figures, -Consumers
Tailoring Co.
H. H, Thomson of Vancouver, was
among the many outsiders to do business here Monday.
C. Forbes and W. Gilchrist of Arrow-heal, are business visitors to the
city this week.
J. Liggard who hails irom Toronto
the good, is in the city, a guest atthe
King Edward.
the   Oolumbia   forget the     nuisance eud of  the story
lown   yesterday.   ..n< 1 look at  the profit side.
The money picked up by the wise far
mer boy in a season,to say nothing oi
ihe professional trapper revenue, is
omothing that would make a great
many people'sit up und lake notice.
Just a lew years aco, it was hardly
worth while to skin these animal-,
and ship the tur, Iuu since the supply
oi nearly every fur-bearing animal
wiih the possible exception of the
skunk has decreased at au alarming
late Within the last tew year-, the prices have gone up accordingly, until
now il is a mighty profitable occupa -
tion during llie winter season. Fifte.n
years ago 7.V. was good value for a
skunk, sl was considered a high quotation for a mink and ten to fifteen
cents was all anyone ever expected for
a muskrat. Compare these prices with
the present day values, $4 to S-J for a
black skunk, six and ten dollars for a
prime mink and fifty to sixty cents for
spring muskrat taken on the average.
Over 300 per cent and iu some cases
500 per rent increase in value in a com
parativel)      short length of time.     Is
AT THE EMPRESS
There will be several first-class attractions at this popular play house,
during the next few weeks. Theatre-
goers will do well to keep their eye
onthese columns where the theatrical
news will  bo found.
MUSICAL
ECKHARDTS
The Musical Eckhai-dts are billed to
appear at rhe Empress theatre, Saturday, November Ibi. This company
I.as made an enviable reputation thru-
out the U.S. and Canada in the con-
ii ri business, travelling as a family ot
gunization for the pa-t fourteen years,
and have always been, heralded by
preBs and public as America's besl and
foremost entertainers. Ln view of the
demand for popular juiced vaudeville,
The Eckhar.lt* have changed their policy this -ei-'oii au.l are presenting fine
high-clasa vaudeville acts ot unusual
merit.
G.C, Eckhardt, the comedian, who
originates has joined the compauy ai:-
ain alter an absence of three years aud
is making a big hii with his one-man
playd aud monologues.
Burnard an i Margaret Eckhardt,
have just returned from playing a six
months' engagement 0n the Pantages
vaudeville circuit, where they were
featured as a head line musical act.
T. Eckhardt the iatlier of this organ
BUSINESS
LOCALS
rarafMiafsisieisii^JisitSiaisisirsrsjraisjDuajsra
SALES and WANTS
IOc. line Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance
FIRE-,
c!KiS**^i2J-^EK*®&aaE^
RECIPE    FOR    A.   GOOD
Stand s't ?ve door wide open.  Careful
ly insert one dry copy of the M^' plAN0 LBSS0NS - Un
Herald, or two of the Argus; C over ,
lightly with kindling*. Light with one1
match, it possible, two if necessary, I
t'lose stove door and open damper;
When briskly burning, open stove door I
and add two heaping shovel-fulls of \
COURSIER'S   COAL.
Mis-e  J.  Hardie
in Salmon  Arm.
Week-en.
DRY BIRCH  WOOD,
'e.ursier's.
order at H.N.
Don't   wnit  till  the snow  ial]
your coal from Robbins now.
buy
I am alright, so would you be, if |
yon had your let! side cut ofl, why I
don't you havo both sides all right by j
getting your clothes from Cressman i
the Tailor.
At the Trueman Studio, all portraits aie high grade and guaranteed.
—A. Douglas Tourner.
TUe Trm-maa Studio is the house
lor high elasB finish for amateur work
all printe with whit* larders.
Revpleioke'shomi- ol  art—Tbe True-
man     Studio.   Call and  see ue.  when !
discussing   portraits.   Prices   to    suit I
all.
the 1st of
November, Prof. A. De Feo, will
start his class of Piano Lessons in
his Studio at the corner of Second
street and Railway avenue. Phone
202. The teacher prefers to teach the
pupils at their own homes,
Oct.29, lm.
FOR RENT—Eight roomed house,$25;
Six-roomed ho"-'*. $30, conveniently
situated.—H.N.  Coursier.
LABOR SUPPLY - Contractor for
piece work or straight work. Apply
1o Japan'"**!' Boarding House, First
street, East.
Mrs. Sibbald is not receiving on Saturday the firBt of November.
Mr, Dickson, manager of thc P.
Burns Co., returned irom the coast
ilie end of lu-t  week.
Mr, Erie Robbins returned from the
i oasl. the end of last week, and will
I.e in  town this winter.
Mr-,*. T. Kilpatrick, accompanied by
her son, Donald, left on Sunday for a
week or iwo in Vancouver.
Mr. Mortimer and Mr. H. J. Bews,
are away on ii hunt for big game on
Ihe  mountains near Three  Valley
Mr.  and  Mrs.  Frank  Paulding    and
TO RENT-Furnisbed Room with heat I Mis„  PaUidi„g of Cruigellacliie,     wore
io rent very reasonably.     Apply Al vlsUin,_, wi.th M,..j. Fleetham (rom Sat
B, Mail-Herald. | ||rduy ^ Tuesday.
FOR QUICK. SALE—Stool" in trade.—
■Small Goods Mn.-ic Business. Household effects, Furniture, etc. Gurney
Oxford heater, also    ooi.  range,   al-
At the Women's Missionary meeting
yesterday afternoon, papers on the
work in Quebec were rend by Mrs. F.
W.  I,'ling and Mrs. Ross.
most new, all in good
Further particulars and
Bingham's Music Store
emit, Phone 262.
condition. — i
inspection at |
McKenzie av
For  Good,   Clean  Lethbridge Lump '
Coal, call up Robbins', Phone 60.
The Women's Canadian Olub an* promised the  pleasure of an address    by
Ur.  Chown on either Friday or Satur-
1 day afternoons of this week.
FOR SALE—A 24 loot Motor Launch,    A small party oT adventurers climb
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with   ed to the chulet on Mt.  Revelstoke last
Hello Cressman how are you? Sew,,
sew, we are always stitching away.— I
Your clothes already, bring the money
ization is personally in charge of   the ■ with you_cressman Ladies' and Mens
company,     which fact alone will     be   f^]^
sufficient  to convince the  public  that
they  can expect au    attraction of the     GALT  COAL is handled exclusively
highest order. I in Revelstoke  by the Revelsloke Gen-
Prices. 25c, 50c., and 75c.     Plan of   eral Ag™"*6- Ltd.
eats at Macdonald's
I it any wonder thai  the farmei      bay
T.   Turnbull   of  Glaci.r.   came -dawn   tinds !t profitable to get out. and trap
•the mountain yesterday.   He is at the  *
King Edward hotel.
They say Sir Walter Raleigh was
the fire! an .*..*.*o learnt io smoke. —
Coursier's   oal ha-r'i learnt yet,
reverse    Will  sell   reasonable.  Apply
10 F.N.  Roberts, Arrowhead, B.C.
TO   RENT—One  single room  with pri-1
vate inmily, at  reasonable  rate, cen-
trally located.   Apply  to Box 914.
WANTED—Smythe's Employment Of - |
£ce, nun for work at good wages.— !
Apply to Smythe'e Employment Of- j
fice, First street,  Revelstoke, B.O.
Sunday.
ing trot
chalet.
'Ihey   report  fair  snowshoe -
Macdonald's  Dlufl  ou to   the
After rehearsal last eveniug, iu the
Methodist church, thei "Haymakers''
enjoyed a very social after meeting
with cake, coflee and (sandwiches, prepared by the ladies.
'varmints.'?
Hoiv.'i it.  many  n dollar is lost    to
I the man who does not exercise     goinl
From maker to wearer, the best tail   judgment and common sense in gather
Or-made  splits   or  ovei coats.   Consum-   ing hi-     collection oi     raw fur,   How
ers Tailoring  Co. j muny  thousands of     rats,    mink and
Hhei  fur*- are graded down to second
Avoid      Soot   an.!  Dii  .  bj
Robbins' Lethbridge Coal.
S. Resi of Calgary, came in
Sunday's early west-bound. Hc i
guest  at  the King Edward.
ou
a
From maker to wearer, the lowest-
priced tailor made suit- or overcoats.—Consumers Tailoring Co.
Miss Ague*- Blackberg ha- taken
position in tbe Balmoral School,
she rl   distance Irom Notch  Hill.
Mr. G. S. MeCarter, barrister, left
on Sunday last to attend the tension
ot the Supreme Court at  Vernon.
J.D. Calbert of Vernon, and Robt.
Monako of Enderby, it-presented the
Okanagan in  Revelstoke  this week.
and  third class every season     because
the shipper did  not  Iiave ->*nso enough
to leave his gun on tlie rack and    purchase a     comparatively  cheap     steel
trap?   If a   person  wenl   to  buy   a  fur
coat or hat, and   he  vvas  shown      one'
full of holes or with even one hoi'*    in
it. he would laugh ai tin  dealer,    who
tried  to sell   it   to   him.   Yet      many
a shipper does mit seem to realize that
every   time h.   Bhoots au  animal.     he
pra tie-ally   cute  the   v aim* oi  th.     Iui
in iwo.   The money that is saved   by
trapping one or two     mini, or   skunk
will more'  thai   mnke up foi   ' I ■
of th'*  :r.iie-.   .ir ei  it is  easily   *:.
..ii th'- long  run.
I    As  most  everyone know-,  the    time
Ed.  Hillman of Beaton,  wa--  trau.s -   10 trap is when  the fur is prime    N v
acting business here yesterday.   He is  ertheless   many a  thoughtless   *
stopping at the King Bdward. or   "would-be"   trapper.
the     fur bearers all -ummer.
Everyone remember the Musical Eck    dig them out of  their der.
hardts', this great company will 'oo a:   ore br ling,  and in eve *.   wa
the Empress theatre Saturday    nign* exterrainati   *h*
Prices 2;,c, 50c.  75c eomplet- I    atil I
no good   ■ in    on*.** ( .
D.  E.  Luce of  Comaplix,  aD i   R. E.   ,.n I h.* might    us* a
Smith and Johu Caylcy ,,i  Arrowhead  tb.   fur Is prime a
came in   the  fore     part oi  the   week. I in the sumn
They wei- guests at the King Bdward   rnostwortali
bm~'* One peculuari ■
j Raw  Far  e-olle'-tioc
Mr. a. Ulackberg ha        •    eturned   the fact that  oi -     rau
from a trip up the     North Thompson   as well as thousand"
river.   He Went  one hundre ,.i   >ther  : were
The crop is harvests and cars vvill'
soon i>e h.ird to get and coal will be i
scarce. Now is the time to order H. |
N. Coursier's. 0
A  stylishly  dressed  young lady was ■
arrested iast week for accosting people j MISSING   FRTENDS—Reynold
on the street, she was quickly released
aid complimented when she explained
Oriental immigration
New regulation- governing iln* whole
question of Oriental immigration io
Canada an i de-ignated to furnish a
means of effectively controlling it have
tentatively b'-en adopted by the gov -
ernment here and have been submitted
to the British government for ite approval," says the* Evening  Citi/en.
"Until  this ]<  -'ecured   tlvre  will   be
...announcement as to details but gen  that  she was telling how  good Cress
.rally  speaking, what is proposed are  man's tailored marie clothes fit her.
steps which will much more adequate-     A whigt ^ M)ow^ by ^^
ly  guard against     an  Oriental  mflus : wi„ u L,.vpn bT xhe Bt, Francis club
than is  possible under  exi-tin,   eomH-L    gt   FraDvnf HaU (>n Hailow>*n,0'*t
tl0D~ 31st, tickets 50c.   Orr*'  or best ra     in
Th.* question is old and very compli- ; attmd,BCe.   Gamea  ,all(,d  ftt     g.g-j ,,,
. at*.l   in.ii* has  been the cause oi  re-1       sharp
current  difficulty il British Columbia.
Coder th' old .government,  admission \    A  thin? i-* worth no  more  ihan    it
sought and in a measure prevented  will    s<»ll frr.   If the price i= toobigh, I
aees ofthe  it simply will nof sell.     COPRSTERS j
Hindus, *hev must eome to Canada di-1 SEMI-HARD     COAL 'nac the   largest'
-ale in town   so it  must be worth the '
Then  being no  lirect line this - i.em.*  money !
WANTED—"Washing well and carefully
done at  th" Cohered  Hand  Laundry,!
buying!    McKenzie and  Victoria  Road, Fone
I    299, |
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs
McDonald,  ConiiBUL'ht   avenue,     sec
' ond door from Second Btreet, be
tween Fire--! and Second sHreets.
will
Samuel Reynold' write to Mrs. B.
K-wei.l-. S'l Sixteenth Ave. east,
Vancouver, B.C.. a* he will hear of
some pioperty. Lived formerly ai
S000 Scot!   St..  Vancouver.
The classrooms and basement 0f St.
John's church were gay with young
people last night en jo. ing ihe monthly
sociul evening ol the Society. A good
program formed the lirst hour's entertainment, a song, Iiy Mr. Hadden;a
j recitation by Marjorie Youug; instrii -
j menial, MUs l^ily Abrahamson*. reading Mr. Reid; song; Mr. Thomson. A
guessing oi baby faces was won by
Mr. Little and Miss Ruby. A peanut
race after immense excitement, end«d
in a dead heat between Mr. Rose and
Mr. Thomson. Afler refreshments had
been discussed, a jolly evening I dosed
with   "Auld Lang Sync."
COMING EVENTS
November  1—The Musical   Eckhardts,
at Empress theatle.
November  12—"The  Barrier"  at    tho
Empress 1 heat re. 1
Nov. IT—'What Happened to Miry,"
Empress theatre,
Nov. lit—The Barrier, Empress theatre i Robbins
The bachelors' dance in St. Francis
Hall last Friday eveniug, was a great
success socially. Considering the other attractions in town, it was also
well ati ended, over 6U being present,
bo tlmt the management are encouraged to repeat the <dauco somo dato in
the near future. Thc bachelors who
promoted the affair were.—Messrs. D.
Met'aiter, t'hns Procunier, Hardy and
Hamilton. The lady patronesses present included Mrs. MeCarter. Mrs. Holten, Mrs. MeVity, Mrs. McLean, Mrs.
and Mrs. Hamilton.     These
worked  -ery  well.  However, there ar"
asion an.: . ■* been
*   !..*   ih'T.- ts  nothing  .ii
of  the Hindu    •      n      mc     i
the e\ en*, of
:r.e rrovement assuming any large proportion-. This  -eimmer a   -* -   -
Br ' -                    I wii.-.   mak-
IMF.
November  20—'Ready  Money"
at Empress theatre.
i Nov. *J5—The Lawcenoe  Brough
Bt the Empress theatre.
ouely de,-idf-<f to lake the upper hall of j
;<iaded with Jap-   St. Francis Hal', as a iodcp room their1
cn the C.N.R,  from Kamloopa and reports the land as the be  _'o*
l-n anywhere iu B.C.
I ak<-n [rom   thi
I Ili rani -.   Michigan,   Wiscon i
*
though *
*
\mon.   those     sho donated
am  jam  to  *he  r.  <*nt     icci    [ul   :i«
pital    f md       he.eVM  1
Mrs. Parker, Mrs.  Lei     i ..    ',',
n iiue*s   Wi
i ly pubilihe of d .  farm*
■
*
D
stei
le t
* * •
Thi    t    i iei,  l: v  Boa b
r   novel  * ■..  th.   lioar.l    at  :h.
pn •   tl   ii Novembei   12th,    K.*.
*!  •                 i  grenl     con pany,
have j   * finished ,,a engagement  .*
th-  .-*hi:;:ian    Grand,   Calgary,   watch
the papers for future announcement .
-'»' theal m in ...-,. Thi Death
Knell,' in thp*c part , * ■ .■■■ chums
Crystal Comodj Thursday night,
''Captured by Agumaldo,''  great Bis
on   111  picture, The  Liie   Savers,      His
Fi .'-nd thi Undertake!. ...,,.„! Net
C'omedv; Friday night, "Man and Woman," in 'wo pan-, Hi Weakness
Conquered, Cyclone At Bluff Ranch,
Dnlvei tl Weekly, Saturday "Robinson
CrusO'••. ' in three part . greatest of all
picture^; Matinee at 2:30 p.m. "The
Awakenlntr" Merry Widow and Dyna-
niitini: i Bog. Monday, 'Dread of
Doom.' in three pan-. Oaumont Graphic, Elsies Aunt, and flirl Reportera;
Tuesday, "Soul to Soul," greal Bc-
Inir pbture, Whoi-e in the Box, Mrs.
Sharp and Mi • Klat; Wednesday,
"Trapped in the Death Pit," in three
*J*rt«,   ir'l Chinese Laundry
lirouparl in   it.r    *m     jm
Mdil tlerald Post Box
•Editor Man Heral:—
Deeai ■' you kindly publish
ih.* loll..win. notli • m
v i/ —All women re Went ii
Ince Januiry las'. who are British
ubjei I •.'. tie* lull age ol twenty-one
years, and who pay room rent, are
e*hgitil< to place thedr nanie* on the
voters' lisl ol this city.
As the lis* for householder" oil I ,'
'i p.m. on October :iis' (Friday) thene
names m.ist 1»   regi terefl al 'ine*'.
Pormi mny be had «t ihf City Hall
upon application.
Thanking you,
Mrs. W.  A.  Sturdy.
The  whole matter nas  beer.      mder
.- which
■
*
with
I *
u or nrrtyiTit of t'm» -ha^   -he g
■
Revelstoke Babies
" *
* * i
*
*
;nd. i :   ■
■       oi * TM
r
he
'Temple o' CM1
well  ottend^d meeting of Court' De*. 5.—The Lawrence Brough Co., at
Mount Bepbi*-,  i.o.F., it was unanim-'    ti,e EmI'rest*  ,he*tre-
Der. f.—The Pirn, :«dy,  at the     Empress theatre.
Dec. 23—Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
at  the ! super*, ised also  the supper which was
daintily served at midnight.   Orr's or-
.1()>   eheetrn  wllh ., program of the liveliest music kept the danee  going merrily till after two a.m.
present   |uarten lv>inc required {or the I
school.
The     .ommittee    of the St. Francis
□av» promised  to  spare no    ex-i
n  fitting up the above room toi
comply  with all the require menl.-  of a * Eroe Trader is lhe automatic expert on
roon     Work aa- now commeno-1 cockney  -tufi.   H'*re's one he had    in
lakli . a separate "Etran-e, ante; his column the other day:
THE HINQL1SH HOF HIT.
Will Hamilton Miller of ih- Ottawa
rooms, lo ben   etc.
Thi   r ting     * Lbe Porestere
*    M   Ic'nv    ■ . ' ring.   Nov.
pei   I g       *.l   e V
re -
I "
.v     invited,
theii
" 'Arf a  hiu h,   ari  a hinch,
Arf  a  hinch  honward,
'Amper.-d by 'oliiiie skin..,
'Opped  the four  *i>ndred."
i      CT,   1910
*'
Di  • *i i.* sppllca
, • • •
for
'••'■•    knowi
e -(,. •. * ate nt St
!.*or..     ir     • e'     British
•
e te. aj ol October, 1918
M   ORADY,
i p irant
To reduce the .-o^t of liviog is now
Sir Wildrid Laurier'e professed desire.
If ie hm reduced bb< oost of hi-* late
Government's living the pubU< would
r,t>! be paying *o little attention to his
present talk ol cheapening l i,e ncees
fcaric- (,f Ufa, Hi-* 'i vi mine nt was
thi mo-t expensive this .aintry ever
bad 'ce support,
Mrs. II. Bruce aiel Miss Edna Bruce
returned on Saturday from a noteworthy trip. As delegate fram the L. A.
to the Trainmen of Revelstoke, Mrs.
Bruce wa- -cut io the annual convention of the Auxiliaries of Cunada and
the Stntcs held this year in Cliatuno-
oga, Tennessee. About pit) delegates
and 100 visitors made the gathering a
lively and interesting one. Most of the
lime wns devoted lo the ritual work
of the societies, Mr-. Bruce tpeake in
the highest terms of the hospitality
and generosity of the Southerners.
Their return journey include.! \i-itstn
Na I *,*ill.. Evan-ville. 111., and Chieu-
go, which latter city was lOUnd revel*
line* Ifl   winter   .ports    ind  -now.     Mis«
Bruce reiumod in duty on ih<* -laflat
Central m-honl mi Monday morning,
afier tour weeks leave ol absence,
...............
All changes of «r*,- a
■ivly     be    handc* a
Office     y   \'onrlay  I va eg    in ■
Order     that  (h» change shall 4
appear  In   W-dne»'lay'»   is»u^ ■
snd  nne   e-hini-es   intended for "%
Saturday's     issue   mnrt     he B
handed     in     not 1 at<-r than
Thursrlay     BTenlag of    ea<h
week.        Flusiness  men  please
take note of tfce above.
NOTIOB
Al,  members of the late lalidonian
v. an   cordially   invited to     at-
ii r.d a meeting in the Y.M.C.A.,
i**udav  evening, Oct. Met, ;it B p.
ti      wind  up the aflair- of
. "On.
I    LOGAN,
Secret ary
on
m.|
the
LIQl OB   *' "1.   1910
I.UH'OR ACT, 1910.
tirst    flu V
'
M      oi   thi
. :  I" e, ,.,.   next.    applii a
t,<    made to tl eriu
ii ■ ■ ■■ ii ■ h m p a h h a k a' i «<
Notice i-  hereby given that on   the
*'  '   laj   •' Decei  ner eeit, application;
lo,  w.ii he maele tr, ihe Superintendent of |
,.„,        ,      ail   I'-viina'  Polirt   f.ir a renewal ol the
liquor    iv    retail In  the hotel known  botel license U -ll li<rnor by retail in
.i   ihf   In  ■    a     \reow     1h<   hotel knowr, ft" lAfilean hotel, sit-
h,,„i ,n  '!.■    pri    n<» oi    Briti h Co   t»»ted al Comaplix in thi  p*ovin**' ol
InmMa. British ("olnmbia.
n,tv. ...      i    .. ,,, 1913    Dated 'hi* 25th day ol October, 1918
w   .1   LTOHTBUROT1,    i1*' !*•■ Oc.2i.  304, Appli*ant.
Ui.Oc.80,   IIM Applicant A.E. JEWETT.
RECIPE FOR
A GOOD FIRE
Stand stove door wide open.
Carefully insert one dry
copy of the Mail-Herald or
two of the Argus.
Cover lighly with kindling.
Light with one match, if
possible, two if necessary.
Close door and open the
damper.
When briskly burning, open
stove door and add two
heaping shovelfuls of
COURSIER'S COAL

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