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Vol. 19   No 67
KEVELSTOKE, B. C. AUG. 23, J913
$2.50 Per Year
B'%4,FJiGUE MATCH
VERNUn v. REVELSTOKE
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WAITS  TO AID
FATAL
RAILWAY
ACCIDENT IiNG   INDUSTRY
Wednesday Next. 27 h !nst.. Recreation Park.—If Revelstoke Near Field   Er gnner Halliday Minister   Expects   Mining   Commission   to   be  Appointed.—
Speaks of Good Work of R. F. Green, M.P.-Canada's
Mineral Wealth Astounds Famous Geologists Visi.ing
the Kooter.ays.
B.C. STUDS SOLID
OS NAVAL QUESTION
SECURES McBRiDE
Wins, Will Head League.-Most Important Match of Sea- j
son.   Official   Line   Up   of   Home   Team.-Jack   Wilson
Umpire.--Be a Rooter.
and Fireman Mathews are
Killed —Injured Brake* mui
will Ktcover.
qualities and wore   in better   form     tor
1    f.
playing good ball than our looal team
is just now.
OFFICIAL  UMPIRE.
Hi< announced that  the services   oi
Mr.    Jack     Wilson us    umpire
WHERE IT WILL BE) PLAYED        Iiave  been  so  satisfactorily  performed
Tho Revelsloke Recreation Park will   '" previous mutches, have been secured
be the battlefield for this most import-   fo1'th'*  bi'-r  1,,n8ue  "Batch on   Wednes -
ast   man hand   witb the   present   ideal   day.    Mr.   Wilson   is regarded   on       all
weather,     a  most enjoyable afternoon   sides as a No. 1 umpire.
Wednesday next the 27th inst, ihere
will be played at Revelstoke the groat
esl and moat Important leugue baseball match of i Iw season. The game
will be played bei ween the well-known
teams   of   Vernou   and   Kevelstoke.
should be spent for the hundreds of
spectators who will be fortunate cn -
ough tosethe game played.
REVELSTOKE HIGH IN LEAGUE.
By ihe winning of a decisive match
at Vernon on Wednesday, which is reported at length elsewhere in this issue the local team bas gone up several
notches and now stands second best
in the league. If Revelstoke wins from
Vernon In Wednesday's match the local
team will  head  the league,
THE LINE UP.
Pii. her,   Webb:   Catcher,   Pulley;   1st. '
base'.  White;  *Jnd base,   oldtield;    lird. '
base. Derr; center field. List, left field,
Bingham; right field. Fisher.
BOYS IN G0ODF0RM
Never in   the   history of   baseball    at
Revelstoke dkl  a team  possess    better
, HOUR OF  MATCH.
| Wednesdays big game will -tart at
four o'clock in the afternoon promptly
all spectators should be at tbe
grounds by 3:45-at latest so as not to
miss the opening st,,nts of the various
players.
STORES WILL CLOSE).
In view oi these bin league matches,
and in accordance wiih previous arrangements, all the stores will close
sharply at four o'clock on Wednesday
next.
EVERYBODY, ROOT.
It is expected that at least 800
spectators will-lie present to witness
this match. Every citizen should
turn out and help tA r<Jot the home
team to victory. Be anion.: the flrst
ranks and lie a    rooter—root-root-root!
One of the worst accidents in the bis
tory of the Mountain Division of the
C.P.R.. occurred on Thursday afiernoon at Emiiieial.l Lake a few miles
west of Field, when the engine boiler
of an eu-tlioi nd freight blew up, in
which stantly killing Engineer A. Halliday,
and fatally injuring Fireman O. Mathews of Revelsloke; also Injuring headend Brakesman Archie McEauhrane, of
Revelstoke.
It seems that as the freight train,
which left Revelstoke about one o'clock
Thursday morning in charge of Con -
duetor Van Horn, was nearing Emmer
aid La';e anil as tbe head brakesman
Was riding in front of the engine with
the view of throwing a switch, suddenly the engine exploded with terrific
force.
Nelson, Aug. 21—The Dominion government Is  doing all  that is  within its
power to encourage ihe zinc  mining iu-   favorable,    judging  from    the extreme
duslry in Kootenay and il ia with that   surprise shown    by  the    members     of
idea in view that it is, with the co-operation of the British Columbia govern
ment, about to commence experiments
with a new eleotrlcal method of ob
taining zinc spelter said Hon. Louis
Coderre, minister of mines, who arrived  in the city last evening  !n com-
tbe party at the wonderful natural
resources and especially the mines of
the country. Thc excursions were being rujoyid very much by nil.
EXPECTS ROYAL COMMISSION.
On his return to Ottawa early   next
pany  with     the party  of  about     100 montb     Mr. Coderre said he expected
members of the  International  GeolOgd- to  see the royal  commission    to      in-
eal congress, vestigate mining conditions     in
Durin!;   lbe last session of  the bouse, west  appointed as  had been  asked.
R.  F.  Green,   member for    Kootenay, On the  trip through  the Crows Nest
bad kept ihe matter much  to the lore pass the  party  visited tlie coal  mines
and   had  spoken at  every  opportunity at Bull  River,  Maple Creek, Hillcrest,
to R.W.  BroCK,  director of  lhe    geo ■ Corbin,      Coleman,      Coal Creek, and
Premier Says Coast Provir.ce
Was Impressed i y V.Sit of
Wai ship.
I Ottawa, Out., Aug. 17—■'British
reports of tbeir trip, and he felt sure Oolumbia wus pro oundly impressed
that their views would be glowingly u>' llK' visit of tlM* N*'w Zealand dreadnought," sai.l Sir Ricbard McBride,
premier of British Columi.ia who made,
a Hying visit to the iapiial today, on
liis way to the old country. * 'lhe visit
has'shown conclusively how our province stands ou the navy question, Personally 1 never had any doubt but
that British Columbia Was out and
out in favor of the Borden policy. Now
lam positive of it, I only wish the
New Zealand could have visited lhe
the  prairie  provinces,
''Contribution at the present time is
the best thing Canada cun do," said
the coast premier, "A navy is not built
in a day, and even to run a j\*y io
takes a    tee-hnical   bourd  such   as it is
Fernie and had found that  those mines  impossible  to gather  together in  Can-
BOILER  THROWN   IN   AIR.
The heavy metal i,oiler was thrown
three telegraph pole* distance away,
while the cab was thrown fifty feet
clear of tbe right-of-way. The trucks
remaining on the track.
TAKEN TO GOLDEN.
The dead enginer, A. Halliday, and
the injured fireman and brakesman,
were taken  to Golden by fast  train.
FIREMAN   DEAD.
logical   branch  of   the   mines   department  and  leader of  the  present      ex
cursion,  and  to himself on  the   possibilities    of     the zinc mining industry
of Kootenay, stated Mr. Coderre.
Not satisiied with the small experiments alone, Dr. Eugene Haani'l and
Mr. lnjalls bad succeeded in obtain ■
ing permission to conduct large exper- ' It was' his flrst trip west of Winni- Sir Richard had lunch today with
iments at the Nelson smelter, the use I**!,' and he was delighted with the Premier Borden, and they discu-sed in
of    Which   the British    Columbia gov-  country,  its resources    und prospects', an  informal  manner a number  of  out-
were full of promise, said Mr. Coderre.
especially the mine at Corbin, where
a seam was open 185 feet dee,,. lt
proved a unique sight to lhe goolog -
ists, he said, similar to which they
claimed to have seen nothing
where in  tlie world.
ada. The Imperial squadron idea is
particularly in favor in British Colum
Ida. I have lieen interviewed ami have
spoken on this subject many limes and
1 see no reason to change my opinion.
e . I am iu favor 0f the Borden policy
stronger  than  ever."
and  his eyes  had been   opened   as
iwo
ernment  had offered  gratis.
Mr. Cod'ire     stated that    be     was  gards   the  west, wbich  he  nowsaw    in  governments.   The      present    question
pleased  to be able to stay   in   Nelson  an altogether new    light.     He would  Wlls  lhat     better    terms commission.
re . stand ng questions between  the
in
REVELSTOKE
WIN AT
VERNON
hind the plate.—Vernon News.
STANDING  OF THE LEAGUE.
Won    Lost    Pet
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...8
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Vernou    	
Revelstoke ... .
Kamloops  ...  .
Kelowna  5
Games  yesterday—
Revelstoke 5,   Vernon, 3
Kamloops,  "i.'.i;   Kelowna
Score by Innings—
Revelstoke 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0-5
Vernou   1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0-3
Summary—Sacrifice   hits —  Fossas,
Fireman Mathews died as a result of
his injuries last Thursday evening about nine o'clock at the Golden hospital. The dead engineer, A. Halliday,
leaves a  wife and two  small  children,
YI   who  reside at  Kield,  while  Fireman  O.
,.„i Mathews leaves a young wife, wbo is
at present in Seattle, to mourn his
loss.
anl    meel  the    men vitally interested  carryback  with  bim a new  impression Tw" members huve already been np -
of the vast Dominion of Canada.   He pointed,  Z,A.  Lash,  of Toronto;    ior
expected to return    better    physically ,lle Domini"n,  aria  V.E.  Bodwell,    of
and intellectually from his trip. Victoria,   for British  Columbia.    Tbey
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in the mntter and he hoped and expected that his conference this morn
ing with the eoune'il of the board oi
trade' and the mining men would prove,
of much vnlue to him and to the government.
Speaking of his trip on Kootenay
lake he wus struck with the large cultivated areas   along  the  lake shore   and
1-10.
Vernou went up in the air ill tha
ihiid and never got a grip on terra
tirma again. Thai's the main story of
the game against Revelstoke in the
p«rk yesterday, I was the first B.C.I,
league home game that Vernou has
lost.
Thei- were two errors chalked up
against Eastman In the first. The
crowd  forgave  him     however,     when
Fo.-sa-  reached home while  he Ijept   the   base on balls—by  Webl
"nd   e-oats" busy  chasing bim  between
lirst and -econd.
"A comedy of errors" some'One called
the third — "'tragedy" would have
sounded better. List singled, took second on a balk, third on a passed ball,
reaclnd homo when Wfbb sacrificed.
Moir tiled to cut off List, but failed.
Webb took first, fielder's choice. Fisher
singled,taking second on a throw to
catch Webh at third and. with Webb
reached home when Fossas let White'n
infield . drive get past him. Oldfield
grounded to Williams, who threw the a ball player is just like an actress,
ball away over second, letting White They surely must have some practice;
get home.   Four runs. Without  this there's  certainly   trouble,
Revelstoke  scored again  in  the* fifth,   They never ean make .„ Double,
wheu. with  iwo     down and the bases
empty,  Wright  drove deep  into centre   If  th°y  should  happen    to  play  very
field.   Fulmer  failed  to connect,      and puns, •
Wright circled the bases. DoIlt yel1 y°"r head olT
The geological  congress  and the ex-  with  the  evident  signs of prosperous
curatoni     which      are    l>eing     made  ranches.
throughout   the country  are  arranged I    Nelson   dres'sed  ln its  brilliant  elec -
at n considerable expense to the coun-  trie lights, appealed to him very much
have failed lo agree on a third and it
has been decided to a-k the colonial
secretary to appoint a chairman. This
is one of the many questions Sir
Richard will take up while in the
old country.
Sir Richard met in Ottawa Sir Don-
CLOTHES   TORN    FROM  BODY.      (,y, but they will be of  immense value  and  he   was  delighted  with  what   he  ukl Mann, and  [1"*>'  discus-sed the rail-
It is stated that When head-er, i
Brakesman Archie McEachran- was
struck by the explosion, his clothes
were literally torn from bis body.
Both  shoulders were badly  injured but
Dale,  Eastman,   Fisher,    Webb;    home  otherwise  he escaped  praetb-ally   with-
to the Dominion at large and partial- had seen of the city,
larly to the mining districts, said Mr. | Mr. Coderre is accompanied by
Coderre. Forty-six nations are repre - Madame Coderre; his sister, Miss Co-
senttd in the party, he said, and s*ome derre; Madame Talardean, his two
of these are official representatives s'ons, Louis ana Charles, and E. Para
from their  countries,  who  will    make  dis,  his private secretary.
run—Wright; three base 'hits— Fossas,
Alkin: two base hits—Fulmer, List;
by Williams
0: struck out by Webb, 7; by Williams,
14; double play—Dale to Eastman.
Revelstoke Ball Players
to   a ball    game    in
Have you  been
Revelstoke,
Some people  think
joke;
But  these people  are
Just  watch the boys
bncon.
our boys are    a
surely  mistaken,
bring back    the
oui injury.    His   recovery   is   regard as
a certainty.   He is unmarried.
CAUSE OF EXPLOSION.
11 i- reported that the engine was a
new one and the cause of the explosion
is baffling railway meu. Various causes are advanced ior the reason, but
the explosion remains amystery.
OFFICIALS COMING
It is learn, d that the chief C.P.R.
boiler inspector ami other officials of
the railway left Winnipeg on Thursday
evening for the scene of this terrible
accident and a most thorough investigation into all the circumstances
may be expected. 	
FOOTBALL
TOURNEY
SEPT. 24-6
POLLARD OPERA COMPANY
"The Last Waltz" musical comedy,
to be presented here Monday, September  1st,  by the  Pollard Opera  Co., is  labor in  regard to the strike situation
way situation at the const. The premier said thut construction was proceed
ing rapidly and tltat it "was expected
to have through C.N.R. trains running by 1315. Sir Richard saUl that
business on the coast was improving,
and that the increased orders ior lumber which were now eoming in fiom
the prairie provinces showed the big
crop was evidently expected, which
would right matters.
Sir Richard  had    a  short    int, rview
with Hon. T.W.  Crothera,  minister of
The drawings are as fol -
-Reveletoke   vs.     Kam-
Fo-esas triid to iollow s*uit in tbo
wixtb but only reached third. List tnk
ing  Pills'   role.
There was considerable excitement
when 'VcRae called Atkin out on third
in the seventh, Atkin slammed out ,\
dandy three bagger. Derr hid the ball,
Atkin strolled round third and then to
the l>eneh. Mora's the pity, right after
that Pills hit out a two bagger.
Vernon's ninth probably roused more
excitement than any other inning in
Vernon this season. Eastman singled.
Dale Hied to Bingham who dropped It-
Williams reacln»,l second while Dale
•who had bivn Caught out ai*gii'"l with
the baseman. Second and thirl full,
ami only one down, two to draw and
three to win—then Atkin fanned and
Pills went out  Derr  to White.
Wright played a star game for Revelstoke, cutting off several  safe bits,
Williams reached high water-mark
with 11 strikeouts.
McRne, umpiring bases gave satisfac
lion, Castner was very satisfactory be
fij (i s a g [mi m a ag a ri ll 111
r say  they
were drunk;
Have a  gootl  heart  anil  be  game    to
the core.
And just   tell    our     boys to practice
some more.       •
PUBLIC
SCHOOLS
OPENING
possessed of much charm torecommeud
I    _..        .    .  _ , »nn. it to lovers of delightful music, upright
1    Th- interior league football   tourua-
menl for the John Robertson cup will  iy and well-executed ballets and songs
take place  al Kainlcops  on   September
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lows:
First   Round-
loops.
First  Round—Wallacbin vs.  C.P.R.
First Round—Vernon on ...  bye.
Second Rouno—Vernon vs. Revel -
stoke or Kamloopi,.
I   Final  Poind—Wallachin or     C.P.R.
vs.  Vernon,  Revelstoke or  Kamloops.
I    The exact   hour these games will    be
started will lx- announced  later on.
All football players are requested to
turn out this evening Satuiday, at
the Y M.C.A. grounds for special prac-
t ice.
that are new and up-todate in their
conception. There io a plot too, and
it is a well denned ploi at that, leading real Interests to the comedy element which is wisely plentifully •distrib
uted throughout the piece. Teddie McNamara as Rolens the Baliff, has ihe
principal comedy part of the piece and
Teddie  never  had a role  in  which     be
He said that dispatches he had
received on the train -bowed that the
critical .ituation was  passed.
Sir Ri.hard left this evening (or
Montreal nnd will sail on Wednesday
from New York.
City Hotel Fire
J.D. Sibbald, sr., agent ior the Aetna  Fire  Insurance Co.,   has  justreoeiv-
made a bigger hit or was s'o inimitably   ed a check for  $.'i,(l<K) on  account  of  a
funny.   He fairly revels in comedy and   policy    held by  this    company on    tho
us the irrepressable Roberts be enjoys   City botel.
many opportunities for real wit. Tbe claim was put into  Mr. Sibbald
Queeny Williams appears as Flo, in August 9th, then sent io San Fran-
who Is Roberts daughter. Queeny is dsco and the check returned to Revel-
certainly an artist to her     finger tips,   Btoke by   ihe   l>th  inst.    Pretty  quick
The  Public  Scho.ils
Monday,      August
will
15 lb.
i;e-opcn    on
All    pupils
The     marriage    of     Mr.  F.  DeWltt
We   wish   you good   luck In   your  next
game, should register promptly iri order that Treat and Miss Nona (Hsjdys Daniels,
And hope you bring home fortune and there may be no delay in beginning the wasquietly rfolemni/ed at the manse on
fame; regular   work of   the term.     A   begin - Thursday  evening.   Miss  Daniel  arriv-
Yoti    have    got   the strength,  science ner's class    will     bs started in    each ed the same day from Grant City, Mis.
and speed, s, hool  for children   who  bave  rein he I in which state Mr. Treat also former -
But  boys,  more practice 'Is  what  you the age of six.   To avoid hindering the ly lived.   The     bride   appeared    most
ne?d.      )                                     Syd. progress of these classes parents are re winsome ln a     silk   voile   dress of   a
  quested to see  that  their  children    be- deep cream     shade,     daintly trimmed
gin their     attendance   the first     day. with satin and lace,   After spending a
FlCCtlfln     ifl    W^rd     ^ Beginners   will   not be  accepted    later short  honeymoon  in  Revelstoke,    the
and in ibis character Queeny meBt certainly shines respleudently and ber
song numbers unfailingly neat.' sensations. In ber feature song "1 Should
Worry und Get Wrinkles" she ts simply delightful. Willie Pollard uppeurs a-
an Americnn man of wealth,     Charlie
adjustment  wasn't it.
Judge Clement Case
ipening of the  happy  couple  left for  Iheir  horn,'
Sicamous,   where  Mr.  Treat is in
in
the
than ten days after  the
Tuesday _next,   the 26th     inst.,     is  term,
nomination day Ior tbe election of   an     Dc tor Sutherland is  presenting     a employ of the government,
alderman for Ward Three to fill the va  medal this year to thc pupil     making On  Wednesday  Inst an inquest     was
eancy in the Council caused by the resig   the   highest standing   in    the  entrance held in the city ball Revelstoke, 0n the
nation ol  Alderman O.W.  Abrahamson  class.   As  there  will be two entrance body of Alfred Cole, a  Solxqua farmer
While no en nd id ate as yet has been sel  classes in  the city dating    from      this killed on  the  C.P.R.  right of  way the
ected or has announced  his  intention   school  year, the doctor has kindly of- previous Saturday.   Coroner Dr. Ham
of running, many names have been un-  fered to donate a   medal   yearly    until i'ton presided.   Tho Jury consisted    of
officially  mentioned  among  whom  are  further  notice.      Ernest   MeKinnon   is Foreman W.A.  Sturdy,  S.G.  Robbins,
Mr. Alex McRae, Sam Needham, W.H.   the  winner of  the     medal    this  year. H.G.  Morgan, F.B.  Wells,    B.R.  Rey-
Oiiawa, Aug. 20—It is probable that
the venue iu the action of thc Dcmin -
Bennett appears as Bill a broken-down ion against Mr. Justice Clement o( the
toff, whose every appearance and act- supreme court of British Columbia will
ion cnlls forth a scream of laughter, be ■ banged from Ottawa to Vancouver
Pattie Hill and Nellie McNamara, ap- It is an action to recover an excess of
pear as the Misses O'Neil, daughters of travelling fees alleged to have been
the Major. Around theso characters charged by tbe judge. It is , (aimed
are woven the plot and interspersed that while living in Vancouver Jud^e
throughout are ballets and musical Clement put in bills and was paid for
gems which are undeniably new and constant trips from Grand Forks to
which have everyone made distinct thnt eity. The amount involved is ab-
bits in London and New York. It may out $.'S,0(K>.
be truthfully said that    nothing quite
so  elaborate  and   beautiful in   the  way
of costuming,  has ever been soon  here.
In a recent .Issue of the Victoria Colonist,  we  observe a pit ture of  tho  Al-
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Revelstoke Hospital Society
siands adjourned to Monday,
Heptemlior  22ud,   W.   D.   Arm-
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Horobta, W.  Morris,  J.D. Sibbald, sr, Francis Bourne having made the high  nolds, W.  Masson.   After sitting     for  berni  Volunteer Fire  Brigade,  winners
d  standing in  arithmetic in the    en-  two hours and  taking  tho evidence of of the Vancouver Island cup in compe-
John     Abrahamson    and   others.   So trance  examinations,  is   tbe  winner of  various trainmen, the jury retired and  titions    for    smartness and efficiency, w
now  Mr.   Voter of  Wntel Three,    it  is the gold medal presented by Dr. Ham-  subsequently  handed down a  vcrdiot as The centre figure of the picture is Mr.   ■
up to  you lo  select a   goe">el   OAttdidate, ilton.
out of  the above  Ust   orelsewhere.    or  1	
else for ever     afterwards hold     your P.   A. Cooper of London, Eng
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follows:—"That Alfred Cole, was. acci-   J.B.   Scott,   Mr.   Scott waB for      two  |§p
dentally kll.ed whilst     walking    along  years     superintendent    of   the water  g
Is   the C.P.R. railway track, and that no  works department in this city.     Sue -   g)
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paying   Revelstoke  a
visit this  week,    blame attaches to anybody."
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For the   Best    Ice Cream in
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY. AUGUST 23, 191J.
gews jprng %ftore
Ready for the School Opening
Once again we have anticipated the wants of
the School Children. We have been planning
the last three months to have what you want
for the School Opening.
We have all the New Books required for the
Public and High School Scholars.
School Hags
In  large  quantities.    Over   a   dozen different
kinds of Leather Bags from 50c to $2.00 Each.
JVetv Designs
WE DIG UP
mauy a golden opportunity for investors iu real estate. Chances to
make good money tbey would never
bear of come to our knowledge.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
IN REAL ESTATE
drop in and get acquainted,     If  we
haven't just what you want wel
get it for you if it is to be bad.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
In a poor tenement houso in Now
York, ill and nearly blind, Princess
Eleanor Alexandra Glnjdstono Nicholas
daughter of Sir James Davison, a
cousin of William Ewart Gladstone,
was met by Dr. Mary E. Walker, the
noted exponent of dress reform, who
came to take the aged sufferer to a
sanitarium near Oswego, N. Y. The
princess is slowly dying from ills
caused by want. She is SO years old.
The princess nursed on the bnttlefiebl
in the Civil War ond Dr. Walker was
the only woman surgeon in that war.
Dr. Walker woro the familiar cont and
trousers and her war medal from Congress.
on   all   our  Exercise   Books  and   Scribblers.
Tenet! Hojces
5c to 25c Each.    Paints, Crayons and Drawing Pads.
E. G. BURRIDGE k SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
flo1e\BooKs
in many styles
Child Life 'Readers
5c to 10c each
Repairs,—Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught   Ave.    -    Rovolstoko
Lumb
in all grades.    Art Literature  Readers in all
grades. && S& <J*
gem' £>rug andgook JVore
The ^Q^aJUL Store
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents^*
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND  SLEIGHS   FOR  SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for tbe bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required invonrhusiness
Legal Forms
THE PLANS for goo-1 plumbing differ
I from the ordinarv kind.    You may not
j be able to note the difference, but every
good   plumber   knows.   OUR    PLANS
j include    onlv  materials that  will   give
! lasting   satisfaction  and   workmanship
it will prove du-able.
— No matter how important  or bow un-
for everv purpose are printed important the job mav be, we never
and stocked by the Mail-Herald •>**»« «•> ■■*•'*• '"* plumbingwork
smsi. cop,,. s.id'.    RuMn.bi.Pnc.     REVEISTOIE PLUMBING MD HEATING CO.
Special Summer Sale
Ladies' Coats
Ladies'    Long   Tweed   Coats,   to
clear at -	
$8.00
House Waists
Ladies' Washing House Waists, to
clear at 	
50 Cents
Ladies'Oxfords
Odd lines to clear out at a bargain
$1.50 to $2.00
cTWillinery!   Millinery!
New Summer Felts just
arrived by express.
Ladies' Tweed Suits
This Spring's Styles. Sizes 34 to
36. Ohly a few to select from.
To clear at.
$12 and $15
Ladies' Hose
Ladies' Black Cotton Hose
8Prs.for$I.OO
Men's Boots
Regular $4.50 and $5.50 lines to
clear at
$2.50 Per Pair
Misses' and Children's Boots
Odds and ends of stock sizes   from
10 to 2, to clear at
$1.50
I
J*K.eid (81 Voting**
The Latest
Greatest
and
Up-to-Datest
Kystem of advertising adopted
by the enterprising business
management ol the well Uno**n
establishment of tha Lawrence
Hardware bus certainly cause:!
wide i omment and considerable
furore among the buying public
ol this section.
Wh 'n Lawrence Hardware Oo.
lirsl  announced that   they Would
give away  Absolutely  Free  the
beautiful  5*1(1(1.00   Upton    Parlor
Grand  Piano  whieh is  upon  exhibition    in  their   store,    much
curiosity     wa-*   aroused as    to
HOW they  could  afford,  from a
buslnsss standpoint, to do such
a  ih ng, but  when it was teamed   thut  tlvy   would   give    ONE
PIANO  VOTE  with  every  cent
paid  for any    article     in    their
store;   also  that   the'  Piano  wus'
lo be   given   absolut ly   Free   to
the person presenting the-greatest number of  these piano  votes
to    them     on     December 27th,
191:!, it lo >k< <1 like an extremely  novel   and     most   liberal  advert isin-r  me' hod.   The  earnest
ness wiih whi'h our buying pub-
lie-     have      been     "guin;   after-'
these    piano    voles   more  than
makes gool our prophecy  that
it would be a "merry strife."
This novel advertising campaign, the ever increasing
crowds, the maity splen lid values whieh they are offering daily
has made their name a household name and a nice ea for the
bargain lovers of this community. The' LaWren c Hardware
Co. aie to be congratulated upon
ihe thoroughness e.f iheir business foresight and the eitizens
of Revelstoke should feel that
Ihey hive all r.'aSeni to be proud
of ihe fact of having an establishment conducted upon such
liberal and true' business principles within our rnies.
Lawrencs Hardware
Company. lid.
Sherwin    Poi-n+o
Williams   ~ailUS
We carry a full range of colors in the above, both
for inside and outside work, also floor finishes,
Stains, Varnishes, Oil Turps, Johnson's Wood
Dyes, etc. For best results see that S. W. P. is
marked on the can. Everything in up-to-date
Paint Brushes.
STOVES—A Kootenay or Saskalta Range made by the
largest firm in that business in the British Empire; will give
more heat on less fuel, last longer, look aud cook better than
any stove on the market to-day, we can prove this to you.
Camp Stoves, Camp Outfits, Baseball, Lacrosse and Tennis
Goods, Bicycles, Pishing Tackle.
GROCERIES, Fruit and Vegetables. We do an ever
increasing trade in these; Quality Gooils, Fair Prices, Correct
Accounts.
We are headquarters for Poultry Supplies, chick food, extra
Grade Wheat, Hay Feed, etc
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
• Tri ingle Sad
iron-   guaranteed I. i re ,-r
PRIO.    h LB. IRON. $3.90
A  G.  DUCK
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9
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Fhe RevH.stnki; Nurseries
PHONE 16
Poses
Dahlias
Sweet Peas
Potted Plants
[he Revelstoke Nurseries
W   H   POTTRL'FF. PtOf
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Druying
Handling Pianos a Specially
J Phone 42 -    Night Phone 85
C HII C
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
ia shown in thc statement of this Company for tbe fiscal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared wiih one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 3lst,    1913   $45<i.9l5.7J
ASSETS MARCH 31ut, 1912  $111,268.00
showing a net gain of $345,C47.12
This remarkable gain ig positive evidence of tho convenience and practicability of the 0. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at 5 PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire R H»me of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent of a Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Obi Reliable'1
Home Ofllce:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office :     -      J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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P. RURNS & CO., LIMITED S
IVE HA*E SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR SUNDAY'S DINNER.
P. RURNS & GO., Limited
(■iB'N|n|a[n|B^IalH|a!a|*'a[H'n'H'a'B-H[xlH;
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NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING DAILY
Huntley ft Palmer's Nursery Biscuits, per Hi   50c
Molasses Snaps, 2 lbs. for  25c
Prrsh Crisp Sodas, per pail  35,.
New Summer Cheese, per Ib  25c
Orders Delivered to Any Part of City.
John McIntyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
WE   SELL  THEM
PREMIUM BACON
PREMIUM HAMS
COOKED HAMS
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb
and Veal, Chicken and
Powi, Silver Leaf Lard,
llroekfield Uutter, Banner
Brand Kirgs.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREB
V
\
FRANK RICH CO.
—AT-
EMPRESS
THEATRE
6-Nights--6
STARTING
TUESDAY, AUG. 26
AM)   INCLUDING
Labor Day, Mon., Sept. 1
(Baseball Benefit Mondxy)
X
Opening Bill   Wedding Bells
CHANGE   OF    FL&Y    EACH    AND    EVERY    NIGHT.
BIG   CHORUS    GIRLS'   CONTEST    FRIDAY    NIGHT
Price  -  25,  50,  75  cents
55
FRANK RICH CO.
THAT  M1LE-A-M1NUTE
MUSICAL  COMEDY
20 - People -- 20
BIGGEST     SHOW     ON
EARTH KOR THE PRICE
Fine Scenery Rich Costumes
Riotous Laughter Individuality
A Bi; Hit Catchy Music
Nifty Chorus High   Class
King* of Shows
Baseball Benefit
Labor Day
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MCKENZIE AVENUE    S r>., tn nl house on 50- foot lot
1st 8TREET—5-roomctl bouse on 50-foot lot _
Snd. 8TFKT- b-roomeil bouse on CO-foot lot. _ ._..
Double bouse on 75-foot lot	
5-roomed bouse on 50-foot lot    	
5-roomed bouse on _	
3rd. STREET-4   bouses _	
10-roomed bouse on 300-ft. lot	
2 lots (tbe pair)	
2 lots (tbe pair)	
4th. 8TREET—6-roonud bouse, nearly new.
6-roomed bouse on 50-ft. lot	
5th. Street—3 6-roomed bouses.    Kach..
9-roomeil  bouse	
7th. STREET-4 lots,  each	
Sth. 8TREET—2 lots.   The pair	
5-roomed bouse near C.P R. Shops..
3 Shops and rooms on McKenzie Ave
$7500 00
■J4000 00
f3000 00
 $5000 00
.  $3000 00
 $1500 00
$2100 to $3400 ro
 $8500 00
 $ 800 00
  $1500 00
 _ $2200 00
 $3000 00
 $3200 00
 $3800 00
 $ 300 00
 $1600 00
 S 650 00
 $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.      Local Agency American Casualty Co.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance     Government Lands       Money to Loan
AGENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
MRS. A. G. CRICK
FIRST STREET
SUMMER    GOODS
GOING    AT   COST
MRS. A. 6. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Union   Hotel
JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL—
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J".   ALBBBT     STOHSTIEJ      PROP
uble aliens. It was not a question of
races nt all. Arizona, Kansas, Keii-
tiioky, Minnesota, Missouri, Washington and the District of Columbia all
passed Alien land laws for the same
reason as did California, and -ome of
the-m passed lawB much more strict
than California."
0 WOMAN!
THY NAME
IS VANITY
EXPLAINS
CALIFORNIA
ALIEN LAW
San Francisco, Au^'. 15—Tho Alien
Land Law |i(lssed by the recent California Legislature was not diflerent
from earlier laws passed by other
states, or from federal legislation af-
fecting the territories enacted 26 years
ago, said Attorney-General U.S. Webb
in a short talk before the Common -
wealt  Club here today. I    Berlin,  Aug.   13—Berlin's daily    uso
His topic was "The History of Alien of face-powder, cold cream, scented
Land Legislation in thc Unitod States" toilet water nnd other toilet aCcessor-
and tlie speaker explained the wort- ies has been set forth in tons and
ings of the law which bears his name,   pounds by a local newspaper, and the
"Last winter people all over the results arc striking,
country, in a sort of hysterical munn. ' Three-quarters of a ton of face
er, protested against the Alien Land powder, and *ii)0 pounds of black nnd
Bill here," he said, "us though Cull- brown eyebrow pencils are used daily
fornin were trying something new, in the city, according to these stntis-
wherens the truth is that Ca'ifomia tics. Seven hundred pounds of cold
was simply following the Federal gov- cream are tbe figures for one day,
ernment na well as other states in th-' and the Berlin women—one assumes
union. | thnt it is the     women—require     400
"The Alien Lnnd Law was passed to sticks of red lip-pomade every twen-
prevent  the holding of fa ml by undesir  ty-four hours.
Read " Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
®
t!»  ..*   mm      -.tzs—o/
•1 v\^m
The Full Value
of Coal
You will never derive the full value of the
money you pay for coal unless your stove is controlled by the Gurney Economizer. It actually
saves 1 ton of coal in every 6 you would ordinarily
burn in other ranges.
It also assures a thorough, steady, even heat
throughout the entire stove. There is no waste
heat going up the chimney.
The Economizer makes sure that the purpose
for which fuel is being burnt is carried out.
The Gurney Economizer is a simple device that
requires just a light pressure on the lever to result
in a consistently heated oven—the secret of successful baking.
No sane person can afford to ignore this saving
in coal bills, so make sure that your new range
has an Economizer.
The Gurney-Oxford is equipped with other
exclusive devices, the Divided Flue, the New
Special grate, and the Broiler attachment.
It also is made with a perfectly smooth polished
top which forever requires no black lead.
There are no crevices where dirt may lodge
—above all it is sanitary.
No intelligent housekeeper to-day can afford to
ignore the benefits which science has brought to
her through the Gurney-Oxford.
Revelstoke
Hardware Co., Ltd.
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FREE!
We are giving away goods to
the value of from $5 to $15 every
week for the person giving us the
greatest number of coupons.
This Week a 40=
Piece Tea Set,
valued at $8.00
will be given. . .
SEE NOTICE ELSEWHERE IN THIS ISSUE
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
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Snaps  Snaps
AT
McRae's
Here are a few broken lots left over from our Sale
Men's Combinations $1.00 and $1.45
Men's Shirts, reg. $1.50 75c
Men's Work Shirts 65c
Men's Oxfords.   Reg. $6.00  $3.95
Boys' Wash Suits _ 65c and up
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN O. N. R. 80CIETY BRAND
THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES
►oo-oooo<
^
SPECIAL
Edison Records
Blue Amberol
and Concert
HEAR  THE   "STARS
M
Harry Lauder
Cal Stewart
Will Oakland
Ada Jones
cTVlary Carson
Golden & Hughes
At Bingham's Music Store
.\ McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B. C. Phone 262.
^ -   I      II   ■  ■   x*Z/ •PAGE FOUR
TH£
IL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913.
This is Fishing Headquarters
" If it is used for fishing we bave it." We can tell you the best
spots to visit. COME IN TO-DAY and look over our Fishing
Stock.
FISHING RODS    Bamboo. Cane, Steel.
FISHING LINES-Flax, Linen, Silk.
Spoons. Baits. Flies and Hooks.
Gaffs. Landing Nets. Baskets.
Leaders, Fly Books, Scales.
Sportsmen's Headquarters.
P0RUISHKD   WEPNKHDAY   AND
■>*.■•■!  H 11 \ V   AT
ItRVv ■    TOKE.   B.   C.
•liucin*' ipn n-nnm company,
T.unU.il
J.  h.   JOHNHUN,  Manaeer.
RAl.l'H   '.    riUKUTON,   Kditor
j ...:._ I >
..I    .I.-   I Mile
'     '-i1' '   "      '
SATURDAY, AUGUST'23, 1913.
PLUMBI NC, H E ATI NG JI NSM ITH I NC
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0
Imperial Bank of Canada
lNOi«l'   C"
-,,.-,,.,«„   Ontario
Capital Authored 1 '1.000,000.00
<J> Capital Paid Ud      -       -      ■       6,952,00o,00
Reserve and Undivided Profits      8 100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest  allowed at
iinen' I'Hte from d.ne of deposit.   Correspondence solicited,
Revelatoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
OOKK>0-000-OK>0<K>OK>00<>00<K>0-00'<
R. Z. CRAWFORD, Contracting Painter
SIGN PAINTING AND ALABASTINE DECORATING
A    SPECIALTY.    SATISFACTION    GUARANTEED
SHOP IN CUMING'S TRANSFER BLOCK,   -   SKSSWRT"*
fv»» *%^-v% •*».-%%'•»'*•%'%/%. •**%.-%.%^%^.-*.^%.-%^%*v*%.%^^*%*v *>-»
..Diamonds.. \
or
I    Watches and Clocks! J
Where ? *
\    At J. Guy Barber*s \
Expert Watch Repairing ^
4
  |
Get Your Eyes Tested and     {
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
I
,-%•%"•%-%••%*. <
All The Good Qualities
tbat can  he crammed  into faultless tailoring will find
tbeir way into ymir Suit or Overcoat or  anything   von
order bere.
It's our plan to please our customers—to give all  we
can    tO take as little as we can afford.
Take advantage of every advantage,     Hunt ntnongthe
biggest   variety   of the   most  fashionable   fabrics    and
pay not a cent more than you ought,
THESE CONDITIONS RULE HERE.
H. F. M0RTENSEN tailor
ADVERTISER   OF   FACTS
Following out* report of tlie last city
council meeting, which appeared in
the Mail-Herald of August -Jti-th, tho
editor has been requested by several
businessmen und others to explain
more clearly the position 0f the city
sewer system, from the financial aspect
The SEWER SYSTEM is constantly
cofning up in the council chamber, and
in fact has been during tbe last four
yenrs, the skeleton In themunicipal Cup
board of Revelstoke.
Um   the  situation  is  vory   simple.
At the time the sewer system was
passed by the' ratepayers of Revel-
e-ioke'.ih? cost was estimated at about
$9S,000 and a debenture issue was authorised to linnneo the work.
Asa matter of actual fact, the cost
of what work was really don;' amount
ed on the books of the city, to s.unc-
tliing like $1U\H00, whilst the complete system was never installed, al-
I though ihe debenture issue was consid
erably overspent. ,
I Owing I" thee i'-,.'t of the system not
being completed, certain properties sup
posed to be Bewered iu accordance wiib
the original schedule, were never sew-
ere I.
The city thus found themselves', on
the oue hand short al out $10,0UU, being the amount spent over and above
the sewei   debenture issued, whilst      at
the same  time, then curs each  yeai
a shortage o: about $1"i3<i, caused hy
the nt'e I'ssity e.f providing from general revenue the amoant e.f interest and
-ink ii ■. fund on ih.it |0.*tion of the
schedule from which the tax has noi
been collectod owing to that property
not being sewered at all. The slO.otX)
is floating in the' hank in the form of a
note, whi.h has beencarried over trom
time to time. The si.Mm annually recurring shortage is paid yearly ino. in
terest and -inking fund, out oi general
rate. Up lo last session, it would have
hern legal to readjust the frontage taxes on property actually sewered, so as
I.. provi'J*• for ihe amount overspent
e.n the work, and the recurring shortage, lint the city solicitor-has no,v
given his opinion, ihat .-hanges made
in ihe Municipal Act In 1912, have
swept away the clauses!under whi.h
;suih n readjustment might last year
have been effected, an.l ihii It wlll tvew
be i. essnry to procure a speeial Aci
of Pai lianu nt.
1 h i    - 'Wei   bj law we  might
i.lel. was i twenty year iebetftun e.i...
Thl ■■    position in a  few  words,
a- we  un i'-i si and  it.
A ■ *    id   !; i   we     .ii:;    renders I
-;.• n I a  deli ■mur.'
meik meist be
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t the I if    ]<■-..-i
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. nposs-
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t'eelli.ll      | lle'ii! Il  ' "
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ind a lai .■■■   -nam I
which  *
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.ii lhes -    nsiit ition       srW h  ha     "hied
it     fpioia to   ihf   Wm. e,.,x,       ...
Undei ^e i, irs the bon i if mall
and comp tratt ■■' v nnl now*n r.' ir lil ,■
Revelstoke, threaten**) to heroms i
lii • oil tliM m irke-t I lur Hij ouncil
therefore deemed it n l-1 able, to    d.e
every i hii ■•   I   Illle   to   pl ti C   I h(   li'i iu
CANADA'S BEST
IN  USE 40 YfciRS
GOOD THEN    BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone, Susceptibility ol Teeiicb, Kenuty ol Fiuish, Workmanship ami Durability.
OUH PLAYER FIANOS
nvith human-like cnntr'il contains all tin
latest int pr -tnenlsand devices    Thei
re |ioli'e"   in   t'-ne,   a't'stie'   in  design
mil ci pable "( ci\ inw life'-'.one sei vice
WE INVITE C iMPARISON
The very be»t material ami the best
skill liiat money can secure are employed in their coi'stiuction.
=*»
COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL SIZE
BRIQUETTES
We have over 600 tons of the above coal on band am! can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay in your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See ns for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. S1BRAU), I'rks.
J. 1). SIBBALD, JR., Sice.
^S
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McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke,  It. C.
Head Office and Factory, Toronto, Out.
Phone, 262
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that thev bave opened up offices at the
corner, of lirst Street and Connaught Avenue for tbe purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and net particulars, and «et in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
Ji  Forccabte   Jirgumcnt
is ee ten in I'd. d ie poi nd into a
I -ll w what he ie L lit tee kn< w.
By fo'c id habit we con'inu-
ru'-i\ ext"1 the merits and advantages ie( (
THE COAL
we stU. All coal I'.irns, bat
sinn burns brttel u.e Hives out
nn.re beat till II I till r^ It'- tie
"heat thai rounti" and vou get
it in the coal from
Coursier
Ask  for  Pi tno   Certificates at L wreuce's
PROMPTLY
WHEN PROMISED
you will lind our delivery wagon at
your door with the groceries you
irdcr. And such pood groceries,
loo ! If ymi judged them solely by
price yi u would not believe so much
quality could be hal for so little
money. So come end judge the
l rue 11 ies themselves.
Hobson's Grocery
Phor.e 41 Box 734
c,<il status of Revelstoke aa shewn thru
the annual statement, in the be>t pos-
li.ln, ia ord i ihat investors
might have do excuse t• >i turning down
..in bonds, at a time whn the brokers'hands were so full iii excellent issu-
••   from larger places dl se>'kin_' an im
-.  -nin rl.et.
ow a    i y    n-s."-s il     at
s ii and   wub a   las   rate     down
21  nulls, i- able t.. offer greater sc-
, more prosperous
•   i itepa] ei  . lh ,ii   one    i--e--e.l
13,100, ',  where  the raiepay-
ei   'airy ihe apparently heavy charge
j.".   mills.    The' e ::.- ii        repre ent
\   it the in' i toi in     Revelstoke .le •
ed  with  in 1913,   nnd
■ .'.  re I"' '    ■■••. .ne 1   ii   need- r.o fur-
mment on oui pai * to -how the
-   made by     the
• •.- n the in -t in
oi th    papei  '      ol
■  hei   ->e-|eH should     be
v>'' have
debenture   morketa,
,   worse
■ ■Is     enn ity    of    I» ' III
Rl   VI  ISI 'lie.'
)      IIIIK  ll    lift
,      t tlf |,"ll, |
r   ■
•. i.      i -
• -1 land .   oui
not fair
de      of
,!   .-. im ■ • ei ned
I -lie,III   I     1-'   111
. I---! i,-I   Independent   Rg
lo 'le-    iry   ;n     '
*"     ■ • ,   we  li,rinH:i
.'     '.Olrds
.   '. '.-.   .' ll ."
il I'Aiie. to lay ' iiii pro
/      ■ e.iii i    heel  a     worihy
i of   v, -I I*  iuve '
• '    in municipal debentures, as ean be
■   I-     OUI      feil    ..   ,' ll V      nl      Hi"'
oke.
i he nun II ii .if done wl -'dy In io
haping ii im op Inl mai tftinMt, as
•e, far more than j>i«t ify anv monlns
■ve-mnv ba< e borrnwiil for reprodnO
live work* mnl ■-!vi>- unil>-riakin-(« ati'l
ihey will   re. it i- lhe   su'ipnrt   of     rale-
payet  In   my lurther    Improvements
Ihey   im 'im v 'iin  ,l"iiM    ImUar lines.
Look!!    Prices  Cut!!
No. 2-2 x 4   2 x 6    $13
No.    I   2x8    $19
No.    I   2x10   2x12    $20
We are overstocked in No.  J and  No.   I  Cedar
d'menslon and offer above   prices  as   long   as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS TO ORDER
All the latest colors in Matelasse Cloth, l-'ancy Tweeds,
striped and checked Worsteds. (Iver one hundred ladies'
patterns to choose from no two alike.
FANCY COATINGS Tbe latest New York creations
and llie ni'ist up-to-date stuck in H. ('. Ladies who ex-
pect much from us, cmnot be disappointed when they
have their Su:t or Ioiik Cutaway Coat made by us. We
have the very best designs from Paris in charge of this
department. There is no suit or coat too fancy for us lo
ma'-e.
CRESSMAN   &  CO.
THE   LEADING    LADIES'   AND   MENS   TAILORS
MAKES PERFECT BREAD
Think of It. a Piano
Given Away
Clifford Here Soon
Hilly (Single) 011 fiord, the comedian
i headed ihis way. He is blazing ;i
trail ol laughtei across the continent ,
ami    in so doing has been wonderfully
i n't'iil. II. will l». Keen jn his merry laugh-creating vehicle, "Believe Me"
nt tie- Bmpress tlieatie on Monday,
AhiciibI  ^"eth. fui  one nicht.
This olever play   is a  mu-ical  satire
in whi.h the initial figure ia a rollick-
iiil'  young  Englishman.   Naturally  he
in   'H Into all  manner of se'iapeB
and hi"  a turns  during  this   time flirn-
i-h many a hearty laiiL'h. Mr. Clifford
I■ ■" v he rob'.,f the gay young man,
and he- not only affords much fun, but
he al«0 sines many good hoiiuk which
are really new.    "Believe Me."
Sent- iie.w on cale nt Mai«lonald's
dniK ftore.
Cause for Alarm
Loss of appetite or distress after
i ali ni'. a symptom that should
not i ■' disregarded.
It is nut what you eat but, what you
digest and assimilate that does you
t mnl.   Somooi the strongest* health-*
i.-ft. persons are moderate eaters.
Nothing will cause inure trouble than
a disordered stomaoh, ami many
pooplo contract serious maladies
through disregard or abuse of tho
stomach.
We ure'' nil who Buffer from incli—
BBStlon, or dys|ie|i.sia, to try Hexnil
Dyspepsia TabloU, with the unilcr-
Standing   thai,   we   will   refund   tho
money paid us without question or
formality, if after use ymi arc not
•icrfcctly satisiied with results.
We recommend Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets to customers every day, and
have yet to bear of one who has not
leei"i benefited. We believe them to
be without equoL They pvo prompt
relief, aiihiii- to neutriilize acidity.
Stimulate flew of gastric juice,
strengthen the digestive orRnns, and
thus promote perfect nutrition and
COITOet unhealthy symptoms. Throe
(■ins, J.r> cents, 50 cents, and $1.(10.
Yuu ran buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablet*
in this i e.1111111111ii v only at our store:
WALTER  BEWS.
Revelstoke British Colombia,
_   Th. frtatl Ston
Tbere is a Remit Store in Dearly every town
nnd oity tn tbe United Btauia, Cuntd* anil
Great Britain. Tbere ta a diflerent Hiiall
Ilemedy for nearly every ordinary human III —-
eaob especially dMifned for tbe particular ill
for which it la recommended.
Th* Rttall Stores sr* America's Orcateat
Drug Stores	
ShiMohm
The   family   remedy   for   Coushs   and  Cofda
Shilob costs  so   little   snd does   ao much!" SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
FAGB FIVB
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Daj>arLn3nt on S8O.1J Floir.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- /f "AM * Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Boys' Wash Suits
School opens on August 25th.    Some of the pretty little
Wash suits for boys,    anil  Dresses  for    girls  mii'.ht  interest
you.   They are on sale in tho Dry Goods Dcpiirtmest.
Dresses
A Table ot these   .'ute Litt.e Fren'h anil German dresses
■
Womens' Wash Dresses
A Clearance of all Women's Wash dresses and Summer
Suits   at   HALF   FR1CE !
1 Rain Coats | •
1                    3
Another shipment of
JE    the  famous  Mandle-    ^
£:    berg English  Ladies    3
£:    Rain   Coats   just   to    3
E    hand in time for the    3
jE    Fall showers.
1  -
1 Rain Coats 1
Children's Rompers
Ask for that  Extra Gco<l Romper for Children from One
to  Eight  years  old.   Made of Estra strong "British
Made" Galateas   and  Denims.   Perfect Wash  Goo I-'...65c
Underwear
Nmv Fall  Underwear for Ladies and     Children,     in the
"Non  Nettle''  Union Goods.       August  price 36c *o   $1
Ladies' Suits
Ladies   Tailor-Made  Suits  for Fall.   Come  in  and talk
ihis prooosition over     NEW   CLOTHS—NEW   MODELS.
Old Country Goods
Old Country Goods  coming   in    Daify—Cali'-os,     Ginghams,   Serges, Flannels.  Wools.     Yarn-*,  Flannelettes,  Dress
Materials,   Blankets  and Carpets.
Ladies' Fall Coats
Some of the Advance  Styles of Ladies New Fall  Coats
are in.   They are interesting.   The New Low Belt  ant Balkan Efterts are very effective.   Look them over when in the
Store, it will be Rell  worth your while.
Swiss  Embroideries
A new lot ot Swis's    Embroideries   came   to   band this
week  ihat  sliniilii have been  here  in  April.     Ymi   reap  the
benefit  as  we have to slaughter them:
1
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.   SHOE DEPARTMENT
SHIRT RARGAINS
Over One Hundred Men's Fine Shirts in choice
patterns will be put on the table for Friday and
Saturday only. Choice weaves and nobby patterns. Everyone is a W. G. OM R. Coat Shirt.
Don't let this one get by you. You can't afford
to miss them. All sizes, from 14 1-2, to 17. For
two days only the price will be	
85c Each
20th CENTURY RRAND
CLOTHING
The new fall spacial measure samples
are just to hand. Over six hundred of
the^newest fabrics to choose from and
your fit absolutely guaranteed. Let us
show you the best finished and best
wearing Clothing on the Canadian
market.
20th CENTURY RRAND
CLOTHING
HAT SNAPS
Soft Hats in grey, brown and green
shades. Just the thing for Early Fall
wear. Every one is a Christy and
bears their label. This opportunity
will last for a few days only. Don't
miss it. The price for those days will
be 	
$1.20 Each
 I
Our* Grocery and Crockery" Department
PRESERVING  FRUITS,  VEGETABLES
We have preserving apricots coming in every
morning from the Okanagan. Leave| your
order early.
Fresh raspberies from the ranche.
Plums and peaches, wator melons, canti-
loupes, ripe tomatoes and cucumbers, vegetable marrows, new carrots, beets, cabbage
and turnips. The best assortment of fresh
fruit and vegetables in town.
TO  THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE
Why waste your time and energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our Grocery department and watch us do Jt
with our V. B. P. Meat Sheer. It saves you time and worry and ensures satisfaction to your self and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it, thin, medum or thick.
Try our Cooked Ham.   Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premium Bacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste. Tell
us how you like it and we do the rest.
THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stuck of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tanglefoot Ply Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $2.25.
i|i $ $ it' 'Ii'fr 'fr 'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr 'I' 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'I1 'fr 'I1 'fr 'fr 'I1 'I' <h 'fr <$"$> 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'I'
IMPROVED   GEM   SEALERS   BEST   ON    EARTH
PINTS, QUARTS AND HALF GALLONS
,JEI,LY   OI. ASSES
«*t*i l't*. ttt l't    ."t. .'ti t*fri l't*! A| i'l*! t'tt tT» gt, #*!*■ i"fr» l't, l't. t'tt t'tt tXl l^l t'tt itt iti lT> t"tl 'fr» 'fr' **fr' '"fr' '"t* «fr» *"t* *"t. .*f". .+.
♦jttp 14,114,1 IJJ iji i^i IJ.I ij.1 "X1 ■*■ *' ■*■ '*■ *V '4* ,+l "X1 '+1 ■*' '+1 +' '+■ *   *' '+1 '*' W +  +   *  4 '+1 '+1 'X1 V i
House   Furnishing   Department
Big Shipment  of  Old  Country  Carpets,   Curtains,   Rugs,
Mats,     Draperies,   Couch   Covers,    Steamer    Rugs,    Etc.
SLAUGHTER PRICE ON WALL PAPERS.
NEW SORTING PATTERNS. PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913-
. . It Miqht Be Hot. .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
30RP0KATI0N    OF THE CITY    OF
REVELSTOKE.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE   WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there are still a few people who don't
know what a safe combination Bell's Bread
and   New Zealand Butter make	
O. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
Howson C&, Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Capital and Reserve,       -     $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OENCRAL  DANKINQ  BUSINESS  TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES	
BANK MONEY ORDERS
Issued
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate
Revelstoke Branch. W   H   PRATT, Manager
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
^.aughton CS. Tapping, Props. First Sti cct, Kevelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
!     Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
j MONTHLY BOARD
J
Public Notie'e ia hereby given to the
leotors of tht) Municipality o! Revel -
stoke that I require tlie presence of the
electors of Ward Thiee of tho City of
Revelstoke, at the City Clerk's Office,
City Hall, McKenzie Avenue, in the
said city on Tuesday the 2lith day of
August, 1913, at tho hour of I'J noott,
for the purpose of nominating persons
to represent them in the Municipal
Council, Ward Three.
The mode of nomination of candidates shall be us follows*.
The candidates shall bo nominatod
in writing. The writing shall be subscribed by two voters of tho Muni>i-
Pality as proposer aud seconder, and
shall bo delivered to the returning oi-
hcer at any lime between the date oi
this notice aud 2 p.m. on tho day of
nomination, uud in the event of u poll
being necessary such poll shall be oped on Friday, the *J'.)lh August in tho
City Clerk's oltice in the City of Revelstoke, aud kept open between the
hours of '.i in the' forenoon and 7 iu
the atternoon for taking and recording
thevotes of the electors of Ward Three,
in the said City, of which every person is hereby required to tako notice
and  go.ei'tt   thmsolves   accordingly.
The persons qualified to be nominated for and elected as Aldermen shull
be such persons as are male British
subjects of the full age of 21 years and
are not disqualified under any law and
have been for si\ months next proceeding the day of nomination the registered owner in the land registry office of
land or real property in the city of 'ho
assessed value in the last municipal
| assessment roll of $iit)Q or moro over
and above any registered judgment or
charge, and who aru otherwise qualified
as Municipal voters.
Every candidate nominated shull signify by a writing accompanying the
nomination papers his consent to such
nomination, except in ca& such person bo absent from the municipality
when such absuie* shall be stated in
the nomination paper.
I'Avey candidate nominated for Alderman, shall on or liefore the hour of
C p.m. on the day of nomlnatioi furnish the Returning Officer with a st;lte-
mentin writing -pecifyitk: the lund or
real property upon which hequalifies.
Given under my hand at Revelgtoke
on the 20th day of August, 191 J.
B. R. REYNOLDS,
Retnrnin-: Officer.
COURT   OF   REVISION
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
TAKE NOTICE THAT :
(i) Pursuant to Local Improvement Boulevard Assessment By-law, No. 134, of 1909,.
the Council of the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke undertook the construction as a local improvement of certain boulevards on the following streets in the City of Revelstoke :—McKenzie
Avenue from the North side of Third Street to the North side of Eighth Street ; on both sides of
Third Street; on both sides of Fourth Street; on both sides of Fifth Street and on both sides of
Sixth Street, from the East side of McKenzie Avenue to the West side of Vernon Avenue and on
both sides of Douglas Street from King Street, West, to the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way;
but said works contemplated by said By-law were only constructed in part:
(2) The cost ofthe said work so constructed in part is $4,387.34 and by said By-law the
whole ofthe cost of said work was directed to be paid by the owners of the property benefitted by
said works and the special rate per foot frontage under said By-law was fixed at 0.79 cents, and the
special assessment thereunder was directed to be paid in twenty annual instalments :
(3) The Council of said Corporation having declared that they deem it inadvisable to
complete said works so constructed in part have, pursuant to Section 162 of the Municipal Act,
passed a By-law known as " Local Improvement Boulevarding Assessment Amendment By-law,
No. ieS6, of 1913," providing for the making of an assessment upon the lands benefitted by said
works so carried out in part such assessment being based on thc amount expended (inclusive of all
incidental expenses) on the works so constructed and on the proportionate amount of benefit accruing
to each section or parcel of land within the area benefitted and for amending thc ojiginal By-law by
readjusting the assessments thereunder and by providing for the levying and collecting of the deficiency (if any) in the basis of such readjusted assessment and for refunding by payment in cash or by
credit on future assessments any taxes imposed and collected under the original By-law (in excess
of ordinary taxes) in respect of any lands not benefitted by the said works so carried out in part and
the excess collected (if any) in respect of any lands which have been benefitted in a less degree than
was originally contemplated and have annexed to said amending By-law a schedule marked "B"
shewing the lands which have been benefitted by the construction in part of said works (which Bylaw and schedule "B" are on file and open for inspection by every interested party at the office of
the City Clerk at the City Hall, Revelstoke, B. C.)and which schedule shews the land owned by the
several persons assessed and which have been benefitted by the said works so carried out in part and
which are affected by said readjusted assessment:
(4) The special rate per foot frontage imposed by said amending By-law is $1.08 and the
special assessment imposed thereunder is to be paid in sixteen (16) annual instalments:
(5) A Court of Revision will be held on the 12th day of September, 1913, at 8 o'clock,
p.m., at the City Hall, Revelstoke, B. C, for the purpose of hearing complaints against the proposed readjusted assessments or the accuracy of frontage measurements and any other complaint
which persons interested may desire to make and which is by law cognizable by the Court.
Dated August 20th, 1913.
W.  A.  GORDON,
Acting City Clerk,
City of Revelstoke.
^^fcfc^-SIXTH    ANNUAL
FALL EXHIBITION
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
.is   "i;   iirr
at this
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
■
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■     '
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WINDSOR    CAFE
JIM BARBER SHOP
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday. Sept. 16-17-18
$5,000 IN PRIZES
c/4gricultural and Fruit Exhibits.
Live Stock  and Poultry. Home cTWade Cooking and Preserves.
cTVIanufacturer's Exhibits. Ladies' Work.
THREE DAYS GOOD HORSE RACING
And Special Attractions.
Special Railway Rates.   One-and-One-Third Fare for the Round Trip
to the Revelstoke Exhibition.
8HIL.OH
<ilakly a'.op« Mtifhti  ouraa cold*, and  heala
na throat and lunga. i:        ss centa
MUSIC   BY   CITY   BAND
See   the Special Prizes for   Fruit   and
Vegetables from Surrounding Districts.
A. McRAE.
President.
F. B. WELLS,
Treasurer.
T. E. L TAYLOR,
Secretary. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAGE  SEVKM
le
PROGRAM AND PRIZE LIST
Revelstoke
SIX T H
ANNUAL
Fall Fair
September 16, 17 and 18, 19ia
President, A. McRAE,
Treasurer, F. B. WELLS
Secretary, T. E. L. TAYLOR
Address all communications to the Secretary, from whom Handbooks, Entry Forms and all information may be obtained.
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PRIZE LIST   Continued.
Section B.—FRUIT
APPLES-Five of Each
Clam.                                                                        1st. 2nd.
1—Hed    Astrae'han   $1.0(1 $ .75
2—Yellow    Transparent     1.00 .75
.'i—Any other  Summer  Variety    1.IH> .75
4—Wealthy   &.00 3.00
R—Gravenstein    3.00 2.00
6—Duchess      3.00 2.00
7—Alt-Sunder      8.00 2.00
8—St.    Lawrence  l.OO .75
.1—Eeiteiibeimer   1.00 .75
10—Twenty Ounce Pippin    l.UO .75
II—Fall  Pippin    1.00 .75
12—Kesw.tek   Codling     1.00 .75
13—Any    other     Fall Variety   l.OO' .75
14—Yellow Newton Pippin   1.00 .75
15—Northern     Spy     3.00 2.00
It— Spitzenberg      l.OO .75
17—Mcintosh   Red     5.00 3.00
IS— Snow  , 1.00 .75
10—Blenheim Oicnge  1.00 .75
2i>—Rhode    island    Greening    1.00 .75
*-'l—Baldwin   1.00 .75
2;'—Golden   Ru>srtt  l.OO .75
23—Grime-    Golden     Pippin   M.IK) 2.00
24—Ontario        l.OO .75
25— Winter   Ban ina  5.00 2.00
26—Wagner  3.00 2.00
27—Jonathan   3.00 2.00
2*—R:mr  H.auty   l.OO .75
29—King oF Tompkins   3.00 2.00
30—Stark    1.00 .75
'ii — Roxhtiry     ,  1.00 .75
32-Canada  Red  1.00 .75
3:!—Ben  Davis  1.00 .75
34—Tolman  Sweet    ,  l.oo .75
35—Woll River  , 1.00 .75
36—Any  other Winter  Variety    2.00 1.00
Class 1st. 2nd. 3rd.
37—Best   packed   Box of    Apples,    any
variety    for    -shipping in  regulation
Boxes     S7.50      $5.oo $2.00
3S—Best collection  of    apples,    not  less
five   Varieties,    tive of each   $5v00      $2.50 $1.00
PEARS—Five of Each
Class.                                                                             1st. 2nd.
MH—Bartlett    $1.00 ? .75
I"—Seckel       1.00 .75
41—Dempsey    1.00 .75
42—Clapp'l Favorite   „  1.00 .75
43—Any   other  early   Variety     l.OO .75
14—Flemish   Beauty    1.00 .75
1.5—Howell    1.00 .75
HI— Duchess d'Anjeiilemti   1.00 .75
17—Keifleri*  Hybrid.    l.OO .75
4s—Any other  Fall   Variety   l.OO .75
4'.i—Buerre   Clairgeau    „  1.00 .75
50—Buerre   d'Aniou   :  1.00 .75
51—Winter N.lia   1.00 .75
62—A»y other Winter  Variety   l.OO' .75
Class                                                          let.        2nd. 3rd.
?.')—Best  Packed    box of Penis"   any variety for shipping in  ngula'ion boxes$5.00      $.'1.00 $1.00
51—Be-'t    Collection  of    Pears,  not  less
than six  varieties,  five ol eaeh   *5.00      $2..50 81.00
PLUMS-Twclve of Each
Class                                                                            1st. 2nd.
55—Br;id-baw   $5.00 83.00
56—Grand Duke   l.oo .75
57—Coo's  Golden  Drop   *.. 1.00 .75
5*w-I/ombard   1**m *75
59—Washington   1.00 .75
60—Yellow Egg  1.00 .75
61—Riine  Claude   l.OO .75
62—Damson   1.00 .75
fi.'t—Peach  1.00 .75
64—Italian   l.OO .75
65—German  Prune    l.OO .75
66—Paeifij Prune    1.00 .75
67—Burbank's 8ugar   6.00 3.00
68—Imperial  Gage      1.00 .75
70—Pond's Seedling    1.00 .75
71—Any other Vnrlety   l.OO .75
Class let. 2nd. 3rd.
72—Best  Box of    Plums, any  vnriety for
shipping in    regulation      boxea   $2.00      11.00 $ .50
".'1—Best Collection    of    plums, not loss
than sU   Varieties   $5.00      $3.0" $2.00
CRAB APPLES—Twelve of Each.
Class,                                                                        let. 2nd.
74-Traneceiident  $3.00 $2.00
75-Hyslop   3-00 2.00
76—Montreal  Beauty    1.00 .75
77-S4berian   1-00 .75
7ft—Whitney   1.00 .75
79—Martfca   1-0° -78
80—General Grant    100 .75
81—Any other Variety   1.00 .75
Class                                                             let.         2nd. 3rd.
S2-Colleetion ol Crabs, 4 varieties- $1.00      $2.00 $1.00
83—Quince,   any    variety. 5<  H.O0      $ .75 $ .50
f t—Nei tarine,    any variety,  6   1.00          .75 .50
S5—Apricots,  any  variety,  fi    1.00          .75 .60
Rfi—Blackberries,  any  variety,  1   plate... 1.00         .75 .50
S7—Logan   Berries.    1 plato      8.00       2.00 1.00
S8—Grapes,    any     variety     3.00        2.00 1.00
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Section   C~ VEGETABLES
class,                                                                     let. 2nd.
1—Potatoes,    Rose ol    North, 20It>s 41.50 |1.00
B—Potatoes,     Early   Rose,   20IT>b  1.50 1.00
'\— Potatoes,    Bribetaker,  20ft>s  1.50 l.OO
■1—potatoes, Beauty of Hebron, 20 Hit  1.50 1.00
5—Potatoes, Burbank, 20tbs  1.60 1.00
C—Potatoes, Wee MacGregor, 201bs  1,50
7—Potatoes,  Million Dollar,    20Ibs  1.50
S—Potatoes,  Norton Beauty,  2Utbs  1.50'
0—Potatoes,    A.O.V.  White, named,  20Ibs  1.50
10—Potatoes,  A.O.V.,  Red,  nnmod,  20tbs  1.50
11—Potatoes, A.O.V., Imported seed, named 20Ibs 1.50
12—Pctatces,  best collection,    10 lbs each any
number of varieties, not less  than Five  10.00
13—Turnips,  table    use, White, (j   1.00
14—Turnips, table use, Yellow 6  ,... l.OO
15—Turnips,  table  use,   Swede,  6    1.00
Ki—Carrots, table use, Short Horn, 6   1.00
17—Carrots,  table  use,    A.O.V.,  6    1.00
IS—Parsnips,  table   use, any variety, 6    l.OO
19—Cabbage,  table   use,   Summer,   2    l.OO
20—Cabbage, table  Use, Winter, 2      l.OO
21—Cabbage, tahle use,  Red, 2    l.OO
22—Cabbage, table use. Savoy, 2   1.00
2'3—Brrssels  Sprouts,  2  stalks    1.00
24—Cauliflowers table use, 2   1.00
25—Onions,   table    use, White,  «  1.00
26—Onions,  table use, Red,  6    l.OO
27—Onions,  table  use,  Yellow,   6     l.OO
2R—Onions,  Pickling,  1  quart   1.00
29—Onions, Green,  6 bunches  ..   1.00
30— Peas in Pod,  1 quart   1.00
32—Beans in Pod, Green, 1 quart   1.00
33—Beans  in  Pod,  Broad  Windsor,  1  quart     1.00
34—Ccrn,  table use,  6 ears,  stripped   l.Cfl
3.**)—Beets, Globe,  table use, 6   1.00
36—Beets, Loner, table use, 6   l.OO
37—Celery, Green. 6 bunches   1.00
38—Celery, White or Yellow, 6 bunches   1.00
*9—Celery,  Red,   6  bunches  1.00
40—Lettuce,   table  use,  open head,  0  bunches  ... 1.00
41—Lettuce, table use, Drum Head, 6 buneheB... 1.00
42—Lettuce,  table     use, Cos,  6 bunches   loo
43—Ru'd.sh,  table use,  Lon-;, (j bunches   1.00
44—Radish,  table  use,  Turnip,   6   bunches     LOO'
45—Radish, Black, Long,    Winter 6 bunches   1.00
45—Radish,   table   use,  black,  long.    Winter 6  b. 1.00
4C—Radish,black,   turnip,   6 bunches, table  use,... 1.00
. 47—Radish, Scarlet,  table use, Turnip, 6 bunches 1.00
4S—Radish,   Scarlet,  table use, Long,  6  bunches 1.00
40—Radish,  White,   table use, long, 6  bunches  1.00
50—Squash,  table use,    Green Hubbard 2   1.00
51—Squash,  table use,  Golden    Hubbard, 2   1.00
52—Squash,  table use, Goblen Scalloped, 2   1.00
53—Squash,   table  use,   White  Scalloped,  2    1.00
51—Squash, table use, Essex Hybrid. 2   l.OO
51a Squash, A. 0.  V  1.00
55—Pumpkins, table use,  any variety, 2   1.00
56—Vegetable Marrow, white or yellow *J   l.OO
57—Vegetable  Marrow,  striped,  2    1.00
68—Vegetable Marrow,  Green,  2    1.00
5'.l—Tomatoes,  table   use,  ripe,   6    1.00
60—Tomatoes, table  use,  Green,  6    1.00'
61—Tomatoes, table use.colleetion 1   kinds,   G each 2.00
62—Tomatoes, table use, fancy peach, etc,0 each... l.OO
63—Cucumbers,  table  ue.-, any    variety,  6    1.00
64—Cucumbers,  Pickling ,any  variety, 6    1.00
05—Cm umbers, Gherkins,  any variety, 12   LOO
06—Cucumbers,   Greenhouse,   ti     1.00
07—Citron, table use, 2   1.00
68—Peppers, Red,  6   1.00
60—Peppers,  Green,  6  1.00
70—Ctnlj Kale, 2 bunches   1.00
71—S) inach, table use, 2 hun-hes   1.00
72—Spinach Beet,  table usei 2 Dunches   l.OO
3PECIALS
73—Best collection Vegetables,  Revelstoke only?25.00
74—Best   Collections    Vegetables,    grown from
McKen/ie's  Seeds      5.00
75—Best   Collection     Vegetables,  Arrow Lakes
District,    Howson &   Co. value   26.00
76—Best    Collection      general    Farm  Produce,
Bank  of    Commerce Medal    25.00
77—Best Collection of Vegetables and Roots,
Malakwa district, Case Si'verware, presented
by Lawrerce Hardware Company.
78—Best Exhibit of Potatoes, lOOfbs. Red and
100tb^. of White. Conditions—Each kind to
be of Uniform size, good quality, and to bo
as free as possible from scab, etc. Molsons
Bank      Cash    Prize   $25.00
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Section D. -FIELD PRODUCE
Class. let.
1—Barley, Hulle.ss, ono sheaf  $3.00
2—Barley, Bearded, six row, one sheaf   3.00
3—Barley, Bearded, two row,  one .sheaf   3.00
4—Fall Wheat,  Hard,  one sheaf    3.00
5—Fall Wheat, Soft, one sheaf   3.00
6—Spring Wheat, Marquis, one sheaf   3.00
1—Spring   Wlieat,   any   variety, ona sheaf   3.00
8—Oats, any variety, one sheaf   3.00
9—Hay,  Timothy,  one thonf    3.00
10—Hay,   Clover,   one  sheaf    3.00
11—Hay, Alfalfa, one sheaf  ,  3.00
12—Rye,    Grain, one shenf   S.OO
L't—Buckwheat,   one  s-heaf    3.00
14—Rye,  Grass, one sheaf   3.00
15—Peas,  White, 25  lbs.,  large    3.00
«6—Peas,   White,  25 tbs.  small   3.00
17—Beans, 25 lbs ,   3.00
18— Heps,   cne bunch    1.50
19—Turnips, Swede,  flve for cattle   1.50
20—Turnips, White,  five, for Cattle   1.50
21—Mangels, Globe,  five, for cattle   1.50
22—Mangels,  five,  long,  cattle    1.50
23—Sugar Btcts, five, cattle   1.50
24—Carrots, white,  five, cattle   1.60
25—Carrots, Red,  five,    cattle   1.50
20—Carrots, yellow,  five, cattle    1.60
27—Potatoes, 20 lbs., any variety   l'.fiQ
2«—Fotatoos, 20 lbs., largest  *  1.50
20—CaWmt-e. 2 heads, stock   1.50
3(V—Corn, 0 ears, Field  a   1.50
31—Best   collection   Grains,   grasses roots,   etc....20.00
NOTE—Best Sheaf calls for Quality of Grain, quality of
and neatnesB of Sheaf.
1.00
LOO
LOO
1.00
1.00
1.00
5.00
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
l.OO
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
.75
$15.00
2nd.
$1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.60
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
l.OO
1.00
LOO
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
l.OO
1.00
l.OO
10.00
straw
Section E.—DAIRY PRODUCE
All Eibihits must be lresb and produced on the premises
of the Exhibitor.
Class.                                                                        1st. 2nd.
1—Dairy Butter, 51bs. in rolls or prints  83.00 $150
2-Dairy     Butter, 251b. tub or crock   5.00 3.00
3—Honey in  Sections, Mbs  2.00 1.00
4—Honey,   Strained,  ;*lbs  2.00 1.00
5—Best Hive of Bees   4.00 2..50
NOTE—The above Products will be judged by Government
Judges', and must be entered along with Vegetables and
Field Products.
The following prizes are. allotted to th« Fair by the
Directors' of the B.C. Dairymen's Association.—Best Gallon of
milk exhibited in one-half gallon and two quart, or in four
quart bottles.
FIRST—Spring dial scale and sanitary Milk-pail.
SECOND—Spring dial scale.
THIRD—Sanitary Milk-pail.
Exhibits to be on himl belore the opening day of the
Fair. Four entries or no third prize; three or no second
prize. Winners to become members of the B. C. Dairymen's
Association before receiving prizeB.
Section F.-HOME BAKING—PRESERVES
Claes.                                                                        1st. 2nd.
1—Bread, white, two loaves baked in one pan...$2.00 $1.00
2—Bread, brown, two loaves baked in one pan ... 8.00 1.00
3—Dinner or Biead Rolls, six   1.00 50
•1—Baking Powder Bisvuits, one dozen   1.00 50
5—Short Bread (Scotch)   LOO 50
0—Cookies,  one dozen   l.OO 50
7—Cake, Dark   Fruit    2.00 l.OO
S—Cake,   Pound   2.0 > 1.00
9-Oake, Seed   1.00 50
10—Cake, Brown, Chocolate   LOO 50
11— Oi.ke, Sponge, not layer   1.00 50
12—Cake.   Layer      LOO 50
13—Fruit* Pie    LOO 50
14—Min.-e Meat   LOO 50
15—Plum  Pudding    LOO 50
Ifi—Any kind of Cake by girl under fiftee»   1.00 50
PRESERVES
17—Orange Marmalade      LOO .75
IS—Strawberries,   one  quart  preserved    LOO 75
19—OuiiantB black,  one quart  preserved   LOO 75
2u—Cunants, red.  one quart preserved   1.00 75
21—Currants, white, one quart preserved   1.00 75
22—Gooseberries,   one  quart   preserved    LOO 75
23—Raspberries,  black,  one quart   preserved     l.CO 75
21—Raspberries, red, one quart preserved   l.OO 75
25—Cherries, black, one quart preserved   l.OO 75
26—Cherries',   red,  one  quart  preserved  LOO 75
27—Apricots,   one  quart   preserved     1.00 75
28—Peaches, one quart preserved   LOO
SO—Pears, one quart preserved   100 75
30—Plums,  one  quart  preserved    LOO 75
31—Best assortment prese-ved fruit by 1 exhibitor 2.00 l.OO
32—Jellies collection of net less  than four varieties   named    *2.«0 1.00
33—Meat   Jellies    LOO .75
34—Pickles,  Sweet    1.00 75
35—Pirkles,  Sour   1.00 75
36—Pickles,  Mustard    l.OO 75
37—Pickled  White Onions    1.00 75
3S_Best  Assortment   of  Pickles    2.00 1.00
39-Catsup, Home Made   1.00 .75
40—Raspberry Vinegar   1.00 75
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SPECIAL   PRIZES
POTATOES—For best exhibit ol potatoes, uniform size
and quality—two varieties (any district] 100 pounds red, 100
pounds white. Prize presented by the Molsons Bank, $25.00
cash.
VEGETABLES—Best collection at the Fair. Any District, Prize medal, value $25.00,1 by Canadian BHnk of Commerce.   This prize irt in addition to the regular competitions.
VEGETABLES—Be-t collection of Field Roots from
Malakwa District. Prize—One case of Silverware by Lawrence
Hardware Compnay. At least four entrie's required. This
prize Is in addition to the regular eompetltion».
FRUIT—For Fruit exhibits from Arrow Lake Districts and all points on Arrow Lake, (Arrowhead to Fire
Valley, inclusive). First prize, $30; Second prize. |20: by C.
B. Hume & Co. At least four entries required. These prizes
are  in addition to  regular competition.
APPLES—Best exhibit ed Apple- from MHlakwa District
Prize—Gent's Furnishings to value of $10.00 by MeKinnon &
Sutherland. At least four entries required. Thi- prize is in
addition to regular competitions.
BREAD—Bent Loaf of Bread. First prize—100 pounds
of Flour; Second prize—50 pounds of Flour, by G. W. Bell,
Grocer.   Bread to be baked from "Robin Hood" Flour.
BREAD—Bist Loaf ol Bread. First prize— 100 pounds
of Flour; Second prize—50 pounds of Flour. Presented by
Lewis C. Masson, Ihe Lower Town Grocer. Bread to be baked from "Anchor Brand" Flour.
Best Miniature Garden, laid out on Board 18 inches
Square. Additional Special Prize presVnted by the Directors
of the Association, $10.00 and $5.00.
The remainder of the Prize
List will be published in our
next issue. PAGE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913.
■%     S. T. McKay of Penticton, is in tho
eity.
Mrs.  J. Halgh ol Arrowhead,
tho city.
is in
C,  Moore ol  England, is in the city.
F. DeGrey of New Westminster, ia in
tlie city.
F. Eastman ot Vancouver, is at the
Hotel Revelstoke.
W.A. Yarn.'11 of Los Angeles, was
in town yesterday.
V. and Mrs. Geo. Percourt of Montreal, are iu the oity,
F.J, Elliott of Nelson, svas noticed
. ■.     ■• streets yesterday.
S.G. Simmes and J.J. Newman oi
Van "U\er, are in town.
G. Cooper of Vancouver, cam" in em
yes tenia) 'a  e ii ly east-bouud,
i li. WMftworth ni Nolson, was no-
i        on  the Btreets yesterday.
*, gua Stewan ot Glacier, was trans
u :.:. • business here yesterday.
A.E. Ma-Keiy of th" C.P.R. at Vancouver, was  in town yesterday.
J.It. Hersch and wife of Nelson are'
visiting in t.iwn this  week-end.
C. C. Buck e.i Vancouver aud W.O.
to   ....ii of Nelson, are In town.
A.J. Davis of Calgary, is in the city.
A guest at tie' Hot.'l Revelstoke.
Chas. Morgan of Edmonton and P.
(;. Stone of Hamilton, are in the city.
Mr. anil Mrs. G. F. Partington of
Spokane, cam'' In on Thursday's south
ti iin,
C.G. Gareti of Summerland, i- among 'be  Okanagan   visitors t.e      town
t > ia..
A J. Curry of Calgary and Mr. and
Mrs. A.J, 'l*..nl.ir ni Winnipeg, are bere
tlii- week-end.
Mrs. Gordon Laird and daughter
Dorothy are Bpending a tew weeks holi
day in Winnipeg.
.Miss Ivy Boyd of Van' ouver, ex -
peeu to arrive in Kevel-toke ou Saturday, August 23.
Mis   F.W.  Saddler Ieft on  Sunday's
noon  train for a two  months'   I oliduy
i:-. Atlantic coast cities.
The Misses ,1. uul M. Elliott of
Sprtughlll, Nova Scotia, are paying
Revelstoke a  visit   this  week.
G. B. Darbeyshire. accompanied by
Mrs. Darbeyshire ..f Spokane, are'slop
ping off at Revelstoke this week.
Prominent Southern tourists to visit
Revelstoke this week were R. B>. Hill
and L.P, Ewald of Louisville, Ken.
Dr. J.S. McPherson ol London, Eng.
stopped off a couple of days this week
cai it   Revelstoke on  his way   west.
W. J. W ,jsiafT oi Nakusp, was a
Thui .-Jay business visitor io tlie city.
Hei-   stopping at  the      Hotel   Revel-
B'.> »-•.
CE. Richards.in ut Kamloops, is
making a business visit to Revelstoke
today.    A  guest at   th.'    Hotel   Kevel -
s*.oke.
A. Stewart of Nelson, au.i M. L.
Cover of Pullman, Wa-h., ue in town
t "ii:.. They ire among the guests at
to- Hotel Revelstoke.
R. Baunernian of Banfl aud Dr. R.S.
M .-Arthur of Glacier, were among the
m-.ny mountain visitors to it .',. off at
Revelatoke this week.  '
Mrs.     Arthur     Bprague   and   Mlai
Spragne of  Toronto,  are  among    the
many eastern tourists to sto]   ofl    *
P.-velstoke this week-end.
F. Rylaadj. .ef Victoria and Mr. aul
Mrs. J.F. Bfh of H ulan Iowa, are
among  the many  tourist*  irom     ihe
Uj-th t.j visit R,'\-jl-tok.' this w.-.k-end
D. Roy Cameron of K imloops, .md
W.J. Mitchell of Notch H I, ire this
W.J, Mitchell oi Notch Hill, are hero
this week and can be found at tiie
Ho'e!  Revelstoke.
I can do nothing but praise the
mountain air and aoenerj -aid Mr. K.
H. Adams of Peterboro. Ont., who,
wah Mrs. Adams, is touring the west,
They remained over at Revelstoke this
week-end to re?st   ,,n their  way wc.
Mr. Baddeley ac-ompanied by his
daughter, both of .Southampton, Bng.
an ived in ihe city on the -utith train
M .nday last. On their arrival in the
city Mr. Baddeley ap|x'ared to be suf
lering from an acute attack of appendicitis. He was removed to the hospit
al where it is learned his . onditioa i-
Improving.
Anybody desiring a copy of the Prise
List for the Fall Fair should write
to Mr. T.E.L. Taylor, secretary 0( 'he
Agricultural Association, when a copy
vvill be feirwarded to them without delay- Mr. Taylor is a busy man and it
Is impossible for him to anticipate the
wishes of the public. Ho drop him a
oersl Jf you want a prize list.
J. MoBride of Three Valley was doing business here yesterday.
E. Creelmau of Olds, Alta., was noticed on the streets yesterday.
B. D. Smalley of Seattle, camo iu
I from the west early yesterday morning
C.F. Ridlngton of Winnipeg, i» among yesterday's  arrivals from   thii eust
A. Lafantaine of Smith Falls, Out.,
came in on the Imperial Limitel yesterday.
Miss C
the city.
Edward.
Smith  of  Winnipeg,  L     in
She is staying at   tho King
Geo, A. Salvas, of Seattle, was among Thursday's guerfts at the Hotel
Revelstoke.
Mi. and Mrs. W.S. Mitchell, aud
children of Notch Hill, paid Revelstoke
a short visit this week.
Mr, Neil Lee returned on Thursday
afternoon irom nn extended visit to
cilie's in  Eastern Canada.
Mi. an.l Mrs. L. llalstead of Calgary, and A.H. Green of Nelson, are
nl the Hotel  Rovolstoke.
W. Hill of Kelowna, came in (rom
the' okanagan district on Thursday.
He is at the King Edward.
Mrs. F.M. Stevenson and children ot
Nelson, Came in on Thursday's south
irain. They are guests at the King
Edward.
.Miss  Stevens  arrived irom  tiio coast
ihis morning, having accepted a i10**1*
tion    as teacher on
Central school.
At the    Trueman     Studio,  all portraits aro high grade and guaranteed.
!—A. Douglas Tourner.
Pollard Opera Co. at Opera House,
Sopt. 1st in now tuneful Musical Comedy,  "The Last Waltz." 2t.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
iu  Revelstoke by the Revelstoke Gea-
| eral Agencies, Ltd.
Come and see the High Grade Furniture being s'old at tho Residence of
Mr.  J. Lee, MeKen/ie Avenue.
it is all very woll to stand on your
dignity but seo that you don't havo
cold fed. If you desire comfort and
satisfaction  use  Coursier's  Coal.
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Aug. 26th, one week, the Frank Rich
Co., Western, at tho Empress theatre.
Two beads are better than one, con
sdder the barrel. You may "tie"' Com*
6ier's coal, but you can't beat it.
Tho Trueman Studio is the house
for high class finish for amateur work
all  prints with white borders.
The McRaye conoert Co. will appear
in St. Francis HaU under the auspices
of Children of Mary, on Sept. Sth.
DEPARTMENT    OF    MILITIA
DEFENCE
AND
New Drill Hull at Enderby, B. 0.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
MissTanuls Patrick loaves tomorrow
for her school at Fiold.
Miss Boileau has returned from holidays with hor parents atOomaplix,
The  biggest and best  attraction    of
tho season,  Billy  S.  Clifford,    at   the
Empresstheatre Monday,
Secure your    seats   at
phone No. 3.
Aug.   25th.—
Sealed Tenders mar
ope "Tenders for Construction of Drill
Hall at Enderby, B.C.," aud addressed  to  the Director  of  Contracts,    Department of  Militia and Defence, Ottawa, will be received until noon, September     15th,  1918, for the coustruc-
Rovelsloke'shome of art—The True-  tion of a Dri1,  Hal1  at Enderby, B.C.
man     Studio.   Call and  see us,   when I    Specilications  may  be seen  aud  full
discussing   portraits.   Prices   to     suit   particulars obtained al     the offices of
all, the District Officer Commanding Mili
tary District. No. II, Victoria, B. C;
the Town Clerk, Enderby, B. C, and
lho Director General of Engineer Services, Headquarters, Ottawa.
Tenders  must lie  made  on   the  form
supplied  by     the  Department  and  ac-
Miss M.   E. Moir went south     this,
d on the envoi- morning, returning to Blairmore, Alta,
Miss Cora Leo is spending a few
weeks with friends and relatives at
Vancouver.
Miss Margaret Jamiesou returned
yesterday from a mouths' holiday visiting relatives in  Calgury.
Mr. W. H. Hornell went east laBt
Baturday night on a mouths' vacation
trip to bis old home in Toronto.
Ladies' tailon>d suits to ordor, uil
tho latest colors, in Mntelasso cloth,
Fancy Tweeds, Strlpod and Checked
Worsted, over ono hundred lndioB  pat-
Newett   and  children  ot   Kam-
ure the gliosis for a few days  of
.terns to  choose froni.no  two  alike.—
Bept.  1st, Labor Day, specia
tion under auspices of baseball
The Frank Rick Co.,  Western ut
Empress theatre.
i ing up
I Fancy  Coating^   tho latest NewYork j oompanied by an aooepted oheque on a
I attrac ideations,  the  most    up-to-date   stock  Canadian  Chartered Dank, for  len per
Mrs
loops,
Mrs.  J. Hopgood
irom Nelson.
They  are  returning
lul,  .in B.C.   Ladles who expect much from j ,^n|
Mr. Moore, a prosperous i anchor
from Shuswap lake, near Notch Hill ,
was in town a couple of days this week
visiting 1ub son who is recovering from
"The Last Waltz" is always a
of delight, seo tbe famous Pollard Opera Co. in Musie'al Comedy of tho same
ti ili-, in the Opera House Sept.    1st.,
(Ill p.o.) of lhe amounl ol ihe ten
u    'us cannot  be  disappointed when they'd^   payable   to   the order  ofthe Hon
I have their suitor long cutaway   coat   ourahle   the    Minister  of  Militia  anil  typhoid in the hospital
made with us.   Wo have the vory best  Dcf(.,u.e,  which  amount   will be  forfeit-1
ream   designer   from Paris  ln  charge of   this  ed if  ,hl, porty tendering declines     b
llepartm ,   there is  no suit or    coat   enter into or fails to complete  lhe con
"   the championship  finals arc bc
Monday.
there is
too fancy fer us to make. Cressman &
Co.. the  Leading      Ladies'  and Men's
I The
with a
All
tennis      courts  are busy   today
numlier of   interesting  matches.
2t.      6 .Tailors.
the staff ot    the
'I'h ■  remains of  tin
Mathews, who lost hi-
late Fireman A.
liie iu the boiler explosion near Field, Thursday afternoon, were brought    to Revelstoke
today.
Mi-- Margaret Johnson, sister 0i J-E-.
Johnson, left ou ihe south train this
morning for Miohell, where -lie is teacher of tho junior department oi the
bi hool   there.
Miss F.B.  Johnson, sister oi J. K.
Johnson, left on tb" south train thia
morning for   Moyie   where   she  hus  uc-
oepted a  position on  the teaching stafl
of  the school.
Mr. L.W.W. Wootl, Who has been with
the Imperial Bank for the past year,
has left tlie service. He will .outinu*
to reside in Revelstoke tfith a view ol
■tarting business.
Miss Marguret McMahon returned
,,ii Wednesdaj morning from a much-
enjoyed trip to Kamloops and Shu--
wap, where she was visiting her sister
in taw nn.l Mrs. Nelson.
A pany o( toun-ts* iioin Winnipeg,
arrived hereon Thursday, they are C.
F. Scale-, K. Ferguson, J. Moscoto,
and Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Cox. They
ai    bH guests at the King Edward.
Physical  Instruct*     I rift r I      rf   the
V M.C.A.,  returned y   te
from    a   trip ot several week*
Ontario.      Sacretarj    Allen T
who is     still iu
shortly
Ned   M I ■ the   th
siat! it   the   Rave -
inei who   Wl fol
'lis  a..-   ■•■
pla eil in   -har..' of .,     1. •
ke: in e,n- oi 'he   ea • -    "
land
In 'he   l'resti\  •
•lay  next, the minister.    Rev     J.   W.
. na.   wil.   ;,iea' u in  tbe
.in   Tn •
■
vices of this   -hurcb.
Conte d    i h- Piano i
tntie.T thai   Wednesday
la the in     bs
e
>      ,
Friday   meaning n,      Law ren s  Hard
ts ire Co   ' ffindo .st   i,..t
lie held o "i n wlll b<
ed and  the eelel
ue.   So
next.
si3jaEJSMasf&E^sEisiaeiaaj0iiar[3iioi
SALES and WANTS
IOc. line   ::   Minimum 25c
aij^icMj'E'sjaajaaEisiHMasisMaaaiil
Girl,   apply
NOTICE
trad in accordance with his tender
._,,      _                  .   ,            .   ,,_.   ■,,„!,• played  off.    A fui    report  of   the   tour-
The   Department .does not  bind   ilsell ' "*J                                 '
,  ..     ,         .                .„ ,, „. naineiit will be found in our next issue.
to accept the lowest or any tender.
EUGENE FISET, Colonel, ,„.   , haHi   L, n,   w aWuy  to    Chase,
Deputy Hinister (o praotlca for a couple of weeks or so.
Department  of Militia and Defence
Ottawa,   August  9th,   1913.
Newspapers     will  not be paid if this
advertisement  is   inserted  without  nu-
Revolstoke    General  thority from the Department,
that    the    wages   1st iss. Aug. 23, 2t.
WANTED
Victoria
-Dining   Room
hotel,   City.
Owing to the lire all those who have
had work  done at  the West  Kootenay
Steam  Laundry,   will  please  pay    the
e mounts  to  the
Agencies,  in  order
may be paid.
E
wages
BARRACLOUGH.
WANTED—A Stenographer, apply by
letter to ihe Imperial Bank of Cau-
aela,  Revelstoke, B.C.
FOR SALE—A Set ol Six Oak Dining Room Chairs, upholstered in
Leathr. Apply to No. lid, Fifth
Street. 2t.
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Office, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Office,  First street,  Revelstoke,  B.C.
NOTICE.
Those people who have taken disbe.-.
etc., from my cottuge at the site ef
the late Steam Laundry, are requested
to return same to me at once or within four days from date hereof. And
failing to Uo so J   will
Sealed      Tendecs   addressed
undersigned and  endorsed
Jetty and Dredging at tin
the
ior
Ho is delayed in opening his office hero
over Macdonald's drug store until   thu
stairs are    completed   in the Barber
block.
Miss Wrigley returned Thursday from
I her holidays in Vancouver, and ii; now
busy closing her affairs in this city.
She iuteuds removing as Boon as? pos
sible to Vancouver and taking up
classes  there.
Mrs.' Moth nnd family have arrived
from Lethbridge to join Mr. Moth,
who
names as I need the dishes.
EARL BARRACLOUGH.
NOTICE
Ranchers please take uotice that all
Young Lady School Teach-  orders for powder will have to be han-
boarders    for a  home-like  ded into the secretary of the Farmers'
Institute in   order  th.it   the   samemay
be ordered from the coast as tlie stock
on hand is all sold out.
WANTED'
ers     as
boarding heiiise. centrally located.—
Parties wanting board apply to Box
'.U4,  Revelstoke,  B.C.
FOUND—By    Foundkeeper,     pair     of
■leeve     links,  the owner
can have  -ame by  proving property,
an i [laying for this  ad.    Enquire
Mac's shooting  jnllvry,
S. S.  REVELSTOKE.
Tender
North Arm
publish their Q( the Fraser River, tf. 0.,, wiil bu
received at this office until 4 p.m., on
Tuesday, September 'M, 1918, for tlm
construction of Jetty and Dredging al
tho North Arm of the Fraser River,
B. C.
Plans, speciflcatfous aiid form of con
tract can be -Ven and forms of tendei
obtained at this Department and at thu
Offices of C. C. Worslield, Esq., District Engineer, New Westminster, B.
C: W.S5. Earle, Es,.,., District Engineer, Winnipeg, Man.; J.S. MaoLachlan,
EBq., District Engineer, Victoria. 13.
O.j  J.L.  Michaud,   Esip, District  Kn ■
stoke
Scott.
in   one
bill.
master-mechanic  of  lhe Revel -
shops, succeeding Mr. Mat
They huve taken up residence
ofthe  C.P.R.  cottages on  the
More than thirty campers are atiLI
up Mt. ReveUtoke some at the chalet
but moBt of them in tents. One en
thusiastrio tourist declares the scenery
of Victoria park far surpasses tha
much famed Lake Louise region or
the  Yoho   Valloy.
Miss Heard, who has been hero al1
the holidays, keeping house for hoi
brother, Dr. Heard, left on Friduy
morning for Armstrong, lo spend a
•ouple of dayB visiting relatives before
FhK SALE—Having sold my Studio,
I will sell my house and two lots,
v ; Fifth -tree', with asmall eash
[e ivm-ntand the balance as rent, or
wil sell *he furniture and rent house.
E. F. Tucker
For  the  balan'e of the season    the
at  Steamer will leave the City Wharf on
Fridays  at  8 a.m.  foi La Porte,    and
return   from   La   Pone lea. ing   Satur-
ay mornini;.
gincer, Post  Office Building,  Montreal,   going on to her A-hool  at  Cedar  Col-
P.Q.;    J.   G. Sing,  Esq., District En-   tg.g,., Vancouver.
A  QUICK   SALE  BARGAIN—$1650.00
will buy a   omfeet'able 0ne- and one-
six rooms,  mo-
conveniences,  splendidly  situat-
n Becond street.   $650 cash, bai-
ac ..   ,B . _H. N. Courier  at Hs office *l Sloops, for a license
gineer. Confederation Life Building,
Toronto, Out., and on application to
the Postmaster at  Vancouver, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with iheir actual signatures, stating their occupations ami places  of    residence.    In  the case  of  lirms,
the actual signature, the nature of the ThurBday evening as a little farewell
Lumber Co. Manager, give notice that o°°uPatfton» an(] piuC0 of residence of ^ Miss Hl.al<(i. "Fivc hundredl* wm
I intend on the 5th day of September each meml)er "f th« firm must be give,, „njoy(.d fo, „ ..Quple of hours, three
next, at eleven o'eloek in the forenoon     Bnch t<mdec *""st be accompanied by   tal)les of ,/idie, ,)layil,B.   MrB. Kincaid
WATER NOTICE
I, W. A. Anstie, agent for the Forest Mills of British Columbia, Ltd., of
RevelBtoke,  B.   C,     by occupation
Mi>s J.J. McKenzie wus in town for
u few hours yesterday, the guest ol
Mrs. Denton. She has been in Baska
toon attending the marriage ol het
younger sister, and is now returning to
her former position as assi-tant principal of South Vancouver higli school.
MrB.  Smith  Urquhart entertained on
as a
to apply  to
FOR     PRIVATE     SALE—Householl
. »  ami • ffoctB,  including hi.'h
grade  Pi-.n^.    "hairs,   rugs,  sl ,vea,
-,■;. '.rn."'i- emd everything in
the home.—J. I/-*-. M Kenzie avnu".
opposite  Cntbolie church. 'It Ali
GOOD    OPENING    TOB    OOUNTRt
Btori—Bt4 ' ng     .no
settled .i   ■
ilea  from  Salmon  Arm,  B.
-
! St j I
tn   e-n    onae*, I
■ a. half   ucic   of    land
the Water Commissioner, *n accepted obeque on a chattered
bank, payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works,
equal to live per cent (."ip.c.) o? the
amount of the tender, which \~i\\ be
forfeited if the person tendering decline
to enter into  a  contract when   called
to take and use One cubic feet of wal
er  per  second  from  Crazy Creek,     a
tributary of Eagle River.
The water wlll be used on N. J, Sec.
28, Tp. 33, R. 5, W. 6th M., B.C., for
domestic  purposes.
Dated  this 21st day of July, 1913.
W. A. ANSTIE.
1st iss.  July 23, one month.
a	
WATER   NOTICE.
won a lovely Doulton cup and .saucer.
A dainty supper was served at tha
close of   tho evening.
Superintendent   McKay accompanied
by his sisters and their guests, went
down the Okanagan in his private ear
upon to do bo, or fail to complete tho on Tuesday. At Vernon the whole
work contracted for. If the tender bo party spent many hours motoring to
not accepted the cheque will be icturn- the many ranches and interesting
ed. points of scenery.   They returned    to
The Department  does not bind itself  town Into Thursday evening,
to accept the lowest or any tendei.
turn tbem   in    on   Wedneaday
T e.'sday,   August
lar Rich Musical
(Western)  being an entirely
pany flo   far a        RaVelstoke
jii, the  iver  popei
Comedy  rompany,
ne*
theatrical
,f    ■ • r
e'oion     Um      [le.S'offl'.'
md      mai     e.n'ia I   wi'l go  te    th •
g« line if Heiriovi
Reduced   pi        MSOO,   half  casli.   For
apply       K   A. I
Ktnmo'e .   A {Wit,   Salmon   V  n     B.C
Single Billy Clifford
Hilly  B   I'lirtoM, the American a • ...
engagement* are onceraed, will bold while tn Knglaud, »»■ inrited to peod
the boards at the Empress il.eatre a weekend in the ..nntry by n discing
The Rich company are a travelling ul'- uihed an-d elderly dnche-n, whomtl.ee
gregation of comedy artistei and irt. -.«troui/e" Americans. After Clifford
ists. They do not profess to bo public had arriv.il and h*d Imrm shown t.o the
educators,  hut oan  point   to «  reputa-  great  hall, Ins hoste-H en ma in    " Oh, |
Mr,   Clifford,"  she gushed,  "I am     so
glad, so very glad lo have you as   my I
guest!    You   see I l(,i e  Americana,  and
I know all about   ton,   Oh,   indeed, jot
I   I..    I know nil about yotk" (
Clifford looked nrotind  nppiehensive
ly.    "If  that's   ho."   he  aski-d,      "how
.   1 k    L.eiH
I
I, W. A. Anstie, agent lor tiie Forest Mills of British Columbia, Ltd., of
Rovelstoke, H. C, by occupation a
Lumber Co. Manager, give notice that
, .atendon the Bth day of September Hdve
next, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon
Hy order,
R.  C.  DESROCHERS,
Secretary
Department   of Public Works,
Ottawa, August  18, L913,
Newspapers will not lie paid for this
tion a- public entertainer ,  onequalled
in  the West.   The Frank   Iti'h  nmn i.e
ment aim at      giving  ihe public  what
Ihey  want, just how they like it, rapid fire musical comedy,     with    pretty
flrcHHcs, pretty sotrsMW    and  ve,Jatil«
chorus,  are  ihe  meumires  which    keep
them right at the front as Ittcoetsfa] en   did I get to?"
tertaincrs.   One weok, commencing   on      Mr. Clifford will Ire wen
Tue-'day, Aug. Mth    at  th.'
opening  bill   "Wedding   Bell  '
jof clean  fun and good  muidc
authority from  the  Department
to apply  to the   Water Commissioner  Jg|   .^   A       ,.,   2t
st hia office at  Kamloops, B.C., for a  ! '
li ense to take and use Nine cubic feet
of  water per  second from Crazy Creek
., tributary of Eagle River.
The water will be Used rjn N. J, Sec.
28, Tp. 23, R :,, W lith M., B.C., for Industrial purposes.
I in'.Tii to apply at the same time
for permission to store (12) Twelve
acre-feet of the nald water in „ reservoir a' Taft, H C, about 300 feet
north of The Cambium Pacific Hall -
»ay nnd about 200 feet west of Crniiy
Creek.
Datod this 21st day of July. I'ii'...
W.  A.ANSTIE.
Itt iss.  July 23,  one month
The Ladies' Aid of Ihe M -tl odisl
church held a most successful Inwn
social Thursday both afternoon and
evening. They were fortunate in flue
weather being all n summer night Could
with bnlmy breezes, full moon and
music beautifully performed by tho
Revelstoke City Band. The lad io.-) were
very busy selling ice-cream, peaches
and cream, home-made candy, and
button hole bouquets. The sale of
| home cooking was even more BuccesB-
ful  than     usual.   The financial molts
l ...
were very satisfactory.
CORPORATION    OF
CITV BAND CONCERT
The Revelstoke City Band will give
a  band concert at the    Orton avenuo
THE CITY OF staad on Tuesday evening next, Aug.
HKVELSTOKE.
Property owners and householders
are hereby notified that all trees and
growths must be cut at onco so as to
In no way interfere with the electric
Mrs. R. Laughton and Muster Stuart wires on the streets. Also that all
have arrived home from Seattle, whero branches overhanging public sidewalks
they were visiting Mrs. Laughton's sis- bo cut so ns to clear the walks at least
ter. On their way home they remain- eight feet in order to comply with the
ed over a short time at Vancouver, vis  City  Byl«w, and notice is  hereby giv-
26th, at 8 p.m.   Following is the pro-
gram to lie rendered:
L—March,    Independentin      HaU
2.—Waltz, Monnllght on the Nile, King
3.—Overture, Opperetic Gems, ar.Berry
■i.—March,  Salute  to West      Miller
8.—Overture,  Sky Pilot...A.M. Laurens
6.—Waltz, Sur Ln Mer...B.   Verbeecken
(On the  Sea.)
7.—March.  Thunderbolt F.J.St. Clnb
GOD SAVE THE KINGi.
Citizens and their families    and the
in "Believe  iting Mrs. Hnnbiirv, formerly of Rev- en that any contravention of the prov-
Kmpress   Me" a* the Empress on Monday, Aug.   elstoke.    Mrs. Laugihton and son had a   islons of thts notice will constitute an
„   featt  96*.   Seats     on     sale at Maodonald's 'most enjoyable trip, but after all Rev-  Infraction  ofthe  bylaw  and be    dealt   public generally, are cordially lnvit«v
drugstore. elstoke looks good to her. ;with accordingly. 2t.  Aug.  23.     to attend.
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