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Vol.     *-No 88
REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER 5, 1918
$2.50 Per Year
CANAL m PEACE
*    CENTENARY
Revelstoke Celebration Decided Upon.—Local
Committee Appointed.—Prominent Residents Express Their Views.
Mr. E.H. Scammell, organising Beore
tiu-y of lhe Oanadian Peaea Centenary
live meeting in the City Hull on Thurs
nay evening, und it was unanimously
Association, addressed a represents -
decided by those present thai slops
shoul 1 be iikcn to ensure ti celebralon
ol the centenary at Revelstoke wort Iiy
the occasion.
Aid. M-Kinnon presided over the
meeting, which was culled at very
short notii-e, an.l tho-e present included Aid. H.J. McSorley, Aid. Horobin,
the Rov. J. W. Stevenson, the Rev.
{father McKenzie, Dr. McLean, Mrs.
Kermody, Misses Eaton, Bruce, Robinson, Curr.io, Messrs. McRae, Uibson,
Macdonald, Haddon, Gordon, Colpitts,
J. Gordon, W.A, Gordon, Atkins, MeVity, O.B. Hume, Thompson and many
others who arrived after the proceedings had been commenced.
Aid. M.-Kinnon explained that the
meeting had been culled to give Mr.
fcammoll, organising secoetary of the
Canadian Peace Centenary Association
, of Ottawa, an opportunity of outlining
to interested people in Redelstoke his
plans for a celebration in connection
with this object.
Mr.   Bcammell   having  addressed   the
gathering, as previously reported. Aid
M. Kinnon said they Were very much
indebted t.i the sp.-uker (or his explanation of the centenary celebration
aims. The reason why longer notice
had not beeu given oi the meeting was
thut the letter on the subject was addressed to the Mayor, who was away
from town. The Acting Mayor wus
indisposed and that accounted for
there bein.-; three aldermen present thai
afternoon. He thought ihat those who
were present would be in favor of do -
ing whal they could to help the cele -
b ration.
Mr. Hume, president o[ the Board
ol Trade, called upon by the chairman
said lie bad not much to state -beyond
that he was in full sympathy with the
movement they hail beard derailed.
He thought thir- eeleblation would be
u great opportunity for Revelstoke,
and that they should take right hold
of ii and make the Revelsloke selebru-
tionas big a success1 as they possibly
could. No doubi there would be some
expense in connection with It, but he
• lid not think it would auiouiH to anything they could not handle. He be -
lieved th'.y could raise enough money
and have a good big celebration when
ih<.   time  arrived,    (Applause.)
Mr. P.M. Gibson, president oi the
Progress Club, said he .-oulel only
heartily eusor-c ihe remarks of Mr.
Hume in regard to the movement that
had been So eloquently explained to
ihem. He believed Buch a celebration
would not only Ihis good thing for
Revelstoke but that it would be u
good thiug in a much wider sense an I
lay the foundation Ior a national spirit, and indeed an international spirit.
(Applause). As to the question of cx-
pense, the expense of such a celebration
would not bc anything that should deter thom from taking part in ihe'
movement, and be felt that it behoved
ihem to fall in line and use their best
eflorts to further the work. (Applause).
Mr. Thomson, of the Y.M.C.A., endorsed what had Ixvn said by previous
speakers. The organisation he was
'•onneetpd with would do all in its power to lurther the object in view which
would be a good thing as lending to
bring thc peoples ol Canada und the
United states into closer relationship.
(Applausei.
The Rev. J. W. Stevenson said ho
thought there was only one opinion remanding this [flatter, which had been
expressed two or three times already.
He could only add his own word of
approval Ol  the  project.   There  was no
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shadow of doubt in thc minds of any
oi ihi'in that the event to ho celebrated
was em-' o( the greatest thoy knew of.
Not only   should everyone    connected
j with the churohea and other organizations, but every citizen who had the
gootl of the city und the country at
heart musl feel 'his was a great oppor
Itunity, and thoy -hould all do their
share in making the celebration one
that would be nn object lesson to the
world. As Mr. Scammell had point.-il
out the eyes o( lh'1 world would be upon them at this time. They had shown
during the last lt>() years that two
grout nations could live together without having iheir boundary protected
by batteries, and live together in peace
anil harmony. They had had disputes
but thev had been able to s-ettle ihem
and the centenary celenration would
be the greatest object lebBon the world
had ever had and help to bring about
that glorious day when war should be
no more. He heartily endorsed lho
sentiments which hal been expressed,
and  hoped  Revelsloke'   would  tako    its
place amongst the cities which would
celebrate this greal event and that
Iheir celebration would not be the
leasl important in Canada, (Applause, i
Father McKenzie said he could do
nothing more than support with parti
eular heartiness ihe remarks made hy
the Rev. Stevenson. He went on to
refer to Mr. Scammell'tf remarks about
the attiiude of many people in each
country regarding the other. There
were prejudices in each country. Some
years ago when liv ing iu the United
States he was appiogchcd by poisons
not well acquainted with condition- in
("anada and asked if people in Canada
were really free. That mi-conception
existed was perfectly true, and there
were many people in the United States who hud not the slightest idea of
conditions in Canada. He might say
ihe same, no doubt, about many people in Cana la so (ar us the United
States were concerned. He well remembered as a lad thai bo himself
had the idea thai one Canadian Was
jusi as good as about eight Americans
lb- was unite sincere in ihut and really believed it. (Laughter), However,
he did not have ihut idea now, ho had
learn'd differently from mixing with
American people. If this celebration
would do nothing more than educate
people of both countries >o really seo
eue-h other ai they are it would be oue
of the liee-t things they could possibly
have,    t Applause).
Mr. Hall -aid that (or many years
he had talon a part in advocating
ju-i such phases oi International relation-' as had been referred to that
afternoon. H- agreed with ihe view
that iho centenary w.uild he an unique
occasion. Aa ., matter ni tact hc
thought the full significance of it had
not dawned even upon those who had
given most thought to it It was a
mosl wonderful thing lhat the boundary Ior s0 many thousands oi miles,
had been preserved for si man\ years
withotn gunn. Ho believed the pi ten-
i y of that significant fai would be
felt to iho    end of time.   He heartily
, on. lined with th.- movlmen*. i Applause).
Mr. R.I). Colpitts said h'- eoulfl only reecho wbnl had previously Ix-en
.-aid.    He  heartily id  of  tl    Id
ea of hi'leline. a celebration.   As a b iy
he   had   rather   tin-     Sami    i -'.'nf   that
had been spoken ..; regarding Amen •
can*, particularly when be studied
what he presumed was a rathei biased
history giving accounl • • the war ol
I*sI-. His views had .'hang-: linos
then. H.- noticed thnt boy- at the
present day were exultant, naturally,
over ib- victories then were spoken ol
in tlu-ii s- hool histories, and he thought He oclehrniion ■■( the centenary
..I peace would be „ splendid thing for
the children and approved .el the Hea
wni inly. (Applause).
Mi     Kennedy -ai-! -he thought    all
presenl   ngi   with  the Hiaofa cele-
bration    Th   ladies would be only too
plea     I to dl     '   Bl   'hev   could   to  flit -
thei  ti..     ..,.,.■.-,i., i   and
were verj much in favor ..i It (Ap-
11 hi ii •
Mi in-..:. -. moved, to brii g the
matter toa foi us, that tbs Mayor, Mi.
Hiinie' and Mi Gil'-on irt- ippointed a
nominative committee and form n com
mittee to  take up th"  work ,,1 nrrang-
| ing (or a celebration of the centenary
of peace in Revelsloke.
Mr. McRae seconttodl nnd the motion
wa- carrie 1 wiih acclamation.
Mr. W.A, Gordon, ii-i'-n: city clerk,
was unanimously appointed as aecre -
lary lo the committee.
Mr. Atkins said that although he
arrived late al lhe mooting he hud
heard quite -'utlieient to justify him
in moving a vole of thanks (o Mr.
Scammell. As one of the customs m©n
who unaided the boundary, instead oi
men with gun-, he regarded the 100
years' peace with extreme pleasure. Hn
trusted that future ponds would en-
able them to fulfil their destinies, along with the people of (he United States, in mutual conoourse towards good
(Applause). He had very great pleasure in moving n vole of thanks to Mr.
Scammell.   (Appfause),
Mr. MeVity seconded, and the voto
vvasheartily accorded.
• Mr, Scammell, responding, hoped
ihey would make the celebration at
Revelstoke one of the host. He hoped
lo be able to pay another visit to this
beautiful part of the eounlry. He referred to the pleasure he -had 'derived
from a trip up the mountain with Mr.
BewR and praised the scenery of tho
Irip iu high terms.
Aid, MeKinnon expressed his convio-
lioti that when Mr. Scammell returned
io Revelstoke ho would find that the
Committee hail made considerable progress along the lines suggested, and
he thought thnt when ihe time for tho
celebration arrived the} would find
ihut Rovolestoko was Becond to none.
I Applause).
W. W. FOSTER
IH A NEW ROLE
MR. W. W. FOSTER
CoNSRRVATrVB CaNDIDATU  POR THB ISLANDS DISTRICT.
R. F. GREEN
ON  GOOD
GOVERNMENT
Speaking nl a Conservative Ward
Association gathering at Victoria. Mr.
R.F. Green, saiel he wasionfident ot
one thing, that political warfare today
In Canada was the same as it ever
had been, and that a cry of corrupt -
ion vvas likely to be raised after every
closely contested election. He would
rather attribute the result ai South
Bruce to tbe temper of tbo particular
rla-s oi voter in that constituency and
the way m which they weie influenced
by appaali to them on local interests.
bin he believed in the future of the
Conservative party, That putty's policy bad always been a policy of progress,  .f initiation a"'l of construction
iie.I   ihai   c.itikl not   be   said oi      their
..pp..nent-.    The  I.ilier.ils.   before      the
. ection !w*u. bad cried (rom the houso
tops everywhere that tbey were going
io give the country u. reduction oi tar
ids and a .-ystem of tree  trade, as {rea
io waa understood In Englnnd.They
came into power ihai  year, and     for
tne next fifteen years steadily pra ct lathe dootrines agalntt which     they
bad been inveighing previoui   lo     tha
election.   Once in, they realiced     they
could no   afford lo endanger the   pro*
. oantry,    yet here  they
w.i    i ow  crying again for tariff revision,  which,  When in power, they    hal
madi  noi the   Hghtetfl attempt to se-
cure.   The    Conservative party     had
ol ti'oir pre-election pro
• lh   ;ev-i. years they had beeu
in ofllce than lhe Liberate hn I don'- In
all Ibeir  fifteen   years  lease ol   power.
Ii    onclusion Mr. Green stated that
he believed they had now ,-, government
-.»   (air to nil   parts .,(  the
I          -eu. whi.h believed    thai thii
provinc   ><„   a growing province, and
thei tore r."si..el and Aessrved I
aid. and were- prepared to nivo it to
lh<   HI He      W"llld      ''nil       lll.'ll        IH  'e-||t|,,t,
to the nurmbi-i nf cabinet minWtera who
I,  I   I     Te     e.|,e ly     \ iSil.e.l    l||'.    I',.;,    I .   I1|lll    llC
stated  thai   tiefore January  iwo more
would  pay  Victoria a visit. 6
A Pleasant Social
Wednesday evening     last, Mountain
View Camp, Woolmen of    the World,
| held a whist  party nnd social for   the
1 members an.l friends of the order,    in
] the   lodge room Selkirk  Hall.     There
I was a large at tendance and Sov. Robt.
Tapping, who was chairman, tilled th*
duties <M his eirti.-ein his usual bright
'. and happy manner. .
The program included piano selection
Mrs. H.C. Cameron; witty stories told
hy Mr. Roden in    is inimitable laugh*
' provoking  manner.    Son-; by Sov.  W.
Oflord, accompanied by  Mr. Fred 011-
ord;song by Mr. Thos. Kendall; speech
hy Mr.  Vicars, head Camp Deputy   oi
the order,  followed by  musical select -
ious by  thc original and clever enter-
i tainer Mr. Allan, together with Inspir*
; ing  selection- on the  bagpipes  l>y   Mr.
i Morrison, who is a most able perform
- er on that weird and wild Instrument.
There were Some ten tables occupied
at the whist  drive.   Thc lady  Winners
being Mrs. y.H. Bourne and Mi-- Lillian Hunt.  The gentlemen winning being Mr. w. \.  Mi Donald eu. 1  Mr.    J.
Tipping.
Dainty refreshments were served dm-
int: the evening and altogetbei tha at-
fair was most enjoyable and successful
nnd the committee is to Iw CongratU -
land upon the success of the first i-nmp
-in ial  of the season.
A Photographic Studio
Messrs. Reid and Uarton, who have
Wii residenti ol Revelstoke for     the
I>ji-1   ute.  months  nnd   who it   will     be
remembered purchased the  photograph-
|i    crdi.• of R.F. Tucker on McKenslc
avenue, have recently added a lot oi
lew apparatus; also they have laid in
a big stock of new mount- mid folders,
PHOTOGRAPHS HY NIGHT
Th;- lirm Is certainly up-to-date for
to accommodate then .uMomers who
cannot call during (he lav tune they
have Installed an extra large electric
lighting apparatus so that they con
tnke equally as good a photo by niwht
a-'by   day.
SPECIALIZING IN XMAS PHOTOS.
Now ia the Ume to gel your Xmas
photoa before thc rush i- on, remember
this Bfl& Specialises in festive photos.'
Don't fail to uiv c them a call.
Islands Constituency Is Congratulated on Its
Choice of a Candidate- Eulogistic Tribute
To a Strong Personality His Work as the
Deputy Minister ot Public Works.
Pew will deny that a very excellent  dent of the British Columbia Conserva
choice will have -been made if Mr. W.   live Association.   In this capacity     i
W.  Foster,  is  selected astbeConserva- j malle m*n? warm 1*1S°"»* «™«^« *m"
,. ,       ,       , . onir my iellow workers in the Conser-
tive candidate ior  the forthcoming by-1 , ...
&        i vative cause, and one ol the mo>t gra-
election in the Islands constituency. At ,ifyi,lg features of ihe present propos-
present he is Deputy Minister of Pub- al that 1 should sunmit my name to
lie Works, a position which he will the convention whi.'h will be held at
doubtless resign almost immediatelyM Gan?es Harbor on November 14 is the
,.  , . ,    ,       .,     _ endorsement  ot   mv    candidature     by
as it is understood that the Conserva-   .,       , ,, ,.-,.,
. these former colleagues and inends.  —
lives of the Islands have bveeu success-  ])ai[,. Colonist
lul iu persuading him to allow his when commenting in iis last issue
name to go before the nominating Con- cn the choice ofa candi late .'or the
ventioniobe held on Navember 14.' Islands constituency, The Week suid:—
.Mr. Poster, in the pursuance ot his "The Islands has always been repre-
present duties, has traveled through -, sentod by a man oi note and influence,
out the length and breadth of British Its latest member is now a Ju-tice of
Columbia, and iu the course of his jo- the Appeal Court and its preceding
urneys he has acquired uui-que acquuin member, the Lieutenant-Governor of
tauee with conditions that obtain in the Province. No doubt the electors
tho province. He has made a careful will bear in mind when looking ior a
study ol the needs of diflerent dis - successor. There is not a more highly
tricts, for, though the position he oc- educated, intelligent constituency iu
cupiesis an onerous one, to him it has British Columbia than the Wand-;
been a labor of love, lt ie given to then- is ,„, constituency mon- entitled
lew to enjoy the personal popularity to a weighty voice in Its legislative
that is his in this province, but he has .-ouie-il-; there is no constituency which
won it by his sterling merit, his sense has evinced so keen ae- interest in and
oi proportion that combines bonhom- ai proficient a knowledge of problems
mie with line oxecutive ability and an of an Imperial' character. It i- [neon-
exhaustive knowledge of the innumer- Ceivable that such a constituency
uble details ofthe work with which should be satisfied with a representa-
he has bejen so conspicuously connect- live of any but thi highest type, one
ed tor some three years past. His has well reflecting its own standard ol pun
been a task that has brought him into lie thought and attainment anl ono
contact with men of all shades of op- well able to ma.main it- !-gitimate in
iniou in the province. When it is said fluenca In the mouse. When the fighi,
that wherever he has gone he has won i- overTh.- Wi-ek hopes t.i be able to
friends and admirers, we do him no congratulate tho ]-lands constitnensy
more than juBtice. Clear-thinking, ,,n having elo, ted as successor to it*
painstaking and loyal to thc core to many illustrious representatives a mem
whatever duties hc undertakes, it is ber of this type.*' Tie- Week doe--con-
very certain that the government ser- gratulate the Islands on the .-undidat-
o( Mi. W.W. Foster, who fills the
Vice will sustain a distinct loss by his
resignation as Deputy Minister of I'ublic Works.
Mr. Foster in allowing] his nam. to
be brought forward ut the coming nom
inating convention, will aflord pleas -
ure to hi> numerous iriends who have
so s'tionL'ly urued him to take this
step. There are hosts ol people in th-
province auxious to see him in the leg-
ie-lature. A constituency would have
iu bim a stalwart champion, for iu every sense lie ■ a e-tiong man, auxious
to advance the greatest good of the
greatest number. Speaking from
standpoint of    Vancouver Island,
bill i
a every respect.—Th   Week.
HOUSE FIRE
ON THIRD ST.
Mr. A.F. Wilson'd residence on   3rd
street  was badly damaged as the result of a lire whi'-b was discovered eur-
the 'Jon  Sin'lae   morning.   Th- outbreak
we  apparently originated    m th- kitchen,
would very much like to have lum a.s
one oi its members, for he would be
an able supporter of its interests He
is closely conversant with the ne-"!- oi
this portion of the province, because,
through his purt in carrying out the
program of good roads, he has ma ie
u dose' -tudy ot conditions. In this era
eif our development we need iu the
legislature strong men with progres -1
aive ideas, sound judgments and foie-e-
ful  personalities.   Of such i-  Mr.   W.W.
il by the time the Inmates became
aware of it it had made such progress
that it was necessary for them to
leave hurriedly. Mr. Wil-on awakened
Mis- Woodhall, a boarder who occupied an upstairs room, and she tl.-d from
the tlaine- to the house of a neighbor,
Mrs. Milne. Mr. Wil-on took his wife
j and a baby tei a n-i-^hbor- nou-*; and
then, the alarm liav iiiL.* been given,
which -peedily brought the upper town
bur;:,.1.- to  ihe
Post,-., and s0 he is reckoned by Lib- ""-«!'*-" "'  ">■ ""n'• nl,ne'' hi- atten-
eralsand Conservatives alike. tion to the salvag, ,,f some oi      his
hou-.'h..l.l efle.-ip, jn whieh he wa- as-
Sinoe Mr.  Poster's appoint ment,   as
Deputy   Minister ot Public  Work-,    th.-
Department of Public Works haa un-
dsrgone a radical reorganisation. An
extensive policy ol road building waa
Inaugurated when he first took office,
and an inteinal Organisation capable
of coping with the growing demand-
has i n built     np by the    minister.
Much of the deiail work has fallen on
Mr. Foster's shoulders, and the (act
that he has earned the warmest up-
proval of his chief and the sincere I
friendship and respei t ol those who
have worked under him speaks columea
in his praise, Since he look office, the
province hn- been divided imo -ewn
sections, each of which is controlled
under the minister, by a .li-tro I -n-
gineer, these -o,.tions being further rob
divided into   superintendent'-   districts.
Mi. Poster, who wa- b..m at Bristol, KtiL'-. is of an old Yorkshire stock
and came to this country inlMU \f-
tei spending thn..- year- in Vancouver,
be moved io Revelstoke, where he re-
mained for twelve years. Three years
ago ho .-ame to Victoria, on his appointment a Deputy Minister of Pub- g) hot drinks. Just received,
lie Works, in whi.-h capacity ho has g fresh shlpm
since served. f
"I have been a Conservative nil my jg
life," said Mr. Foster to an Interview- rgi
er, "as my people were before me. I "W
have nlwavs taken an active part in D
politics until I was nppointed to my g
present post, and in 1909 1 was presi -  glSllgHliatilgiUg-'g-i
-■!-' • <■) by those Brat on the seen A
number of efle.-i-. Including iho piano.
wen saved, but th- loss waa heavy.
the building and the major part*
.ef it- contents were de-troy»dor bad-
iy damaged before the brigade subdu-
•■d the flames. Th- only portion ot
Mi- Woolhall'- beloiiL'tng- which Were
-ave.'. consisted of her irunk and u few
article-of  clothnu.   ih--   remainder  of
 ions   being  destroyed.    She
anl Mrs. Wil-on suffered —vei. ly from
hock of iheir unfortunate oiperi -
on- and, with Mrs. Wilsoi habv nre
* 'tnporarily h.-i-i-d with neighbors,
The hou-e, whi.h i- Mr. Wil-on'* property, and furniture, were insured but
details ,,f the -st.-nt o! the dumaL-x- ai*e>
not yet known,
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9 TAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   5,  19131
gem ^rug J'tore
We are now displaying many
New Lines of Novelty Goods.
This week we are opening Full
Stocks of - - -
Christmas Cards and Calendars
Entirely new designs and ideas in cards.
Out of town people are enabled to get an
early choice of the best and cheapest.
tfew fiction and Qift 2}ooks
Are arriving fast. We have discontinued
our lending library and are putting our
entire library stock (comprising $1.25 and
$1.50 volumes) on sale at 50c each. Most
of these books are in good condition.
&oys and Qiris £ooks
in large quantities and varieties,   including
Boys' and Girls' Annuals,  Chums, Chatter
Box. etc.
Child's Cash Register for 5c, 10c and 25c coins.
Our Drug Department
is well stocked for every emergency. We
are well staffed to handle your preparations,
and no long waits.
Quality Comes First at
£ews £rug & £ook J'tore
Store
COMING EVENTS
November   12--"The  Barrier"  at    tho
Empress theatre. I
Nov.  17—"What Happened to  Mary,"
Empress theatre.
Nov. 19—Tho Barrier, Empress theatre
November 20—"Ready  Money"   at  the
at Empress  theatre.
Nov, 25—The Lnwcenco   Brough       10.,
at the Empress theatre,
Dec. 5.—Tho Lawrence Brough Co., at
the Empress  theatre.
Dec. 8—The Pinlt Lady, at the     Bmpress theatre.
Dec. 23—Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
RECIPE FOR
A GOOD FIRE
Stand stove door wide open.
Carefully insert one dry
copy of the Mail-Herald or
two of the Argus.
Cover lighly with kindling.
Light with one match, if
possible, two if necessary.
Close door and open the
damper.
When briskly burning, open
stove door and add two
heaping shovelfuls of
COURSIER'S COAL
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
including prettiest designs
CITY TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing AgentSeJ*
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
I have many different kinds
at various prices. We specialize in
LADIES'   TAILORING
AND DRESSMAKING
| Our patterns are exclusive, styles
j also. Our dresses and evening
j gowns are unique. Prompt at-
j tention. Fit guaranteed.
JOHN LEE B
HIGHLY  COLORED   FUN.
Grotesque Sport That Is a Part of the
Holi Festival.
Tbe curiously childish horseplay of.
the Holi fostivul, which Is celebrated
aunually by the muburuja of Putiala,
ls described by Mrs. Oharles Bertram
In "A Magician In Many Lands." The
author made the acquaintance of the
famous Hindu ruler during a tour of
India and was invited to remain over
for the festival.
Early in the morning I went to the
club, where I found many of the
guests, who were taking part in the
ceremony for the (lrst time. We were
provided with a complete new stilt of
Hindu garments, und our dressing
was superintended by the mahuraja'a
servants. We had camels, elephttnta
and victorias provided for us. 1 was
on nn elephant in a kind of box. and
wo drove In procession to the palace
ln tho native city.
We were received with great acclaim
b.v the natives, nnd 1 was led to believe that It wns to be decidedly a dlg-
nilied occasion. But I wus woefully
mistaken. The fun hod not begun.
Certain formalities hud to be gone
(brough before the signal was given.
We took our seats in the courtyard
of the palace at a long table that was
loaded with large gilt dishes filled with
different colored balls as large as
oranges and filled with Hull powder.
At n signal tlie brother of the mahara-
Ja came to tho front of Uie table and
salaamed to tbe prince, who took ono
of the balls ami threw it gently across
the table, striking the ollicer on the
breast.
The ball broke and scattered the
powder over his costume. Theu there
was a genernl scramble, and ln less
time than it takes to write hundreds
of bulls were Hying about, their many
colored contents scattered broadcast ou
the crowd. Next baskets of loose powder wero thrown upon us in hutidftils.
It was no use to expostulate. The
moment .vou opened your mouth somebody filled it with powder. The buttle
grew fast and furious, when suddenly
an enormous stream of water from a
lire engine drenched everybody. The
colored powders became wet and. mingling together, dyed ua all in brilliantly
variegated hues.
After this sort of (hing had gone on
for half an hour it ceased b.v mutual
consent, and we returned to tlle private gardens of tho mitharaja, where
we wero most unceremoniously pitched Into a tank of ru mi Ing water. I
was dyed a deep scarlet all over my
body, and It was fully a month before
the color entirely disappeared from my
face and bauds.
FRONT STREET.     LOWER TOWN.
Legal Forms
for everj purpose arc  printed
and stocked hy the Mail-He'-M
S u:e Cine li | ftei-nm
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK    8HOP-
Oonnnuifht  Ave.    -    Revelstoko
She  Knew the Symptoms.
There is a certain bright Knglish
ictress who comes over here overy
year or two to play an engagement.
says the Saturday Evening l'ost.
Among ber admirers on this side Is a
middle aged theatrical man of a serious turn of mind. He Is courtly, but
bas been called tiresome tn conversation. One afternoon at ber suit In a
New York hotel the sprightly lady was
brewing a dish of tea for a couple of
newspaper men. Tho telephone bell
rang, and the hostess answered the
call.
"Yes," she said, "this is Miss Blank.
Who? Ob, .Mr. Blink calling. Is itV*
Then, in a tone of weary resignation,
"Very well, send him right up." She
hung up the receiver aud turned to the
newspaper men.
"Boys." she said, "you'll have to toddle away. M.v sick headache ls coming ou."
The Gold  Lions of  Peking.
Fronting tbe Imperial palace at re-
king are two beautifully carved  lions
of enormous size which, if we are to be-
I lleve the mandarins, uro of solid gold
i nnd   bave   been   tbere  since   time  im-
memorial.    When the combined armies
of Kngland  and   France  advanced on
Peking   In   ISIlt)   the   Chinese   painted
statues gray in order to  make
the Europeans believe that they were
'ef   bronze   and   therefore   to   Insure
reir.'iinsr their being melted.   Later, during the Japanese war, these lions dis-
peared fur a rime, but at lho con-
of  peace  tbey  reappeared  in
their original position,    Tho value ol
relics is s.-i iii to be Incalculable,
-  e,  hi  native eyes a  symbol
• unity of the empire.—Harper's.
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR LARGE FALL DISPLAY
Algebra.
The-  tn lence  ol   algebra   is snid to
have been the Inventli f Mohammed
■ .  Ilii7.1nnii nlioui Will A, l'    Tbe sd-
n ud11oed miee Spain by tbe
■ treaties on the subject
■ H believed
I tin I  by  I.tics   Pacoll in
■ Kngllsb algebra   was
Itu .'■■' lieoorde, teacher of
•■■   ahout   1867.
tie il..-   tii  i  t.,  use  the sign  of
• ny.
Killing Time,
- time of tbe year
- ulonlal duj , was November,
'killing time    \\ bea tbe cbo len
I        I   ii.i-ii,  rn-. .  aad   swine
•I    n   fattened   for   tho   Wlll-
'i-r'-i  -.tuck   wen- slaugbtered  early In
the   on,ruing   tbat  tbe  meat   might  be
hard and cold before boing put In the
pickle    Unmngea, rollcbes and heud-
■ pre made, lard tried out nnd
t,illow saved.
[ Jr'Reid SSL young <*
Changed.
"When my two girls were born I
Died to wonder what I was going to
DakS of thom."
"And now?"
"Now that they're grown up and in
xioty I've begun wondering what
.liey're going to make of me."—Detroit
Woe Press.
Smilom
•ilckly Rtoim  cmiKhs, cures colds, and  heala
<he throat and lunns,       u       .j       aa cenu.
DULL TIMES
There are no dull times in our Grocery Department, where business is better than ever. We
have just received a shipment of McLarens' celebrated Jelly Powders in all flavors, a nice glass
Nappie given free with each 25c worth, while
they last; also Peanut Butter, Canada Cream
Cheese, Imperial Cheese, English Stilton Cheese,
Queen Olives in Gallon Crocks and Bottles.
Have you tried our Wiltshire Bacon ? If not, you
are missing something good. Everybody's eating
it.
Special value in Tea and Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
Our Electric Coffee Mill is making lots of friends
grinding out Monarch Blend and Java Coffee at
SOc. per lb.
Let us quote you on Apples, Potatoes and Vegetables for the winter. Choice Stock. Prices
Kight.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
bei; to announce that they have opened up otlices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etr. It will pay you to
call and K<"t particulars, and get   in   OU   ground   floor   prices.
We nlso make a specially of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec-Treasurer
P. (). Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
faMBlalalBlBlgblBM
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/llicvays the   Hest
"Shamrock" Uutter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
3 jaaaaaaooaDaaaqpaDDaoi a zraoaaaaociaaDaapanDaa:
FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre Is Offering
Kelley's Corn Flakes, per package    10c
Quaker Corn Flakes    10c
Laundry Starch in fancy 7 lb. tins     60c
Pure Chicory, real genuine, per package     20c
Brazil Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1 00
•JOHN McIntyre & SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
"County Council of Essex decided to submit a By-law for one million dollars on
January 1st. for concrete roads.''
We Stock Canada Cement
YES! WE SELL
4h£
■ti it.
4+4+
■ti iti
'*' 'V
i"t*i ,*!•,
Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine assortment of
Fresh Meats- the best that
money can buy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
/ WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   B,   1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD    REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRBB
TO   THE   LADIES!!
I wish to call your attention to the lact that 1 have secured
the agency ior the famous French corset, "Le Furet," direct
from Paris, and cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, elastic and hygeinic qualities it has no eijual.
I dnresay, if you'll come and inspect same, that you will say
it is the best you have ever seen.
Get a "Le Furet," the newest and best, from Paris, They
guard your figure, health and purse.
[ have about half a dozen samples to show you and it will
take about six weeksafter ordering.
H. F. MORTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENTS
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE  "CLUB."
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Imperial Bank of Canada I
Head Otflco—Toronto, Ontario.
 4,	
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reservei and Undivided Profits
10,000,000.00
6.952,000.00
8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upwind,  received,  and  interest  allowed  at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.   9
►<KK><H>00-CK><K>O<X>-C><KK>-6
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,       -    $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT      .1
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS    j
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Children's Fall and Winter Coats
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: :•" '•'■
MRS. A. 6. CRICK.
FIRST STREET
WHITE5TARiHliUARCE5T5TEAM[R5^CANADA
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. Laurentic (15.000 Tonsi      New S. S. Megantic
First Class-$92.50.        Second—*53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 feet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long
Only One Class Cabin ill) $50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
S. S. Laurentic Nov. 22.     S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     S. S. Megantic
Dec. 6.   S. S. Teutonic. Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets. Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. 619 Second Ave.. Seattle
RKVBLSTOKH   C.KNKKAI.   ACENC1HS    *-'• P. '<■ T'CKIT A. ENT,  REVELSTI K]
W.   PARRY
auction kick  anu valuer
McKenzie Avenue
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY   CONDUCTED
I BUY EVERYTHING
Xmas   ("•duils   just   arrived
Cups and Saucers, per dozen    $1.25
Plates from  65c up
Fancy Glassware, from iSc up
NEW FURNITURE
Rockers (armed) Mahogany or Oak	
 4.0(1 each
Dressers and Stands from $10.5(1 up
Lounges, from $ 6.SO up
lied Springs (new) (rom $ 2.5U up
Mattresses,  from.. $ 2.85 up
Compare our l'rices wiih Eastern firms.
Sewing Machines  for  sale  or   rented
by the month.    Goods stored.
W, JWRRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
Foley's
Superba
Chocolates
"The Chocolates with
the Whipped Cream
Centres."
Both our " superhas " anu
"Canadian Girl" Chocolates are
famous for their rich, delioious
•'Whipped   Cream   Centres."
Description won't describe
them. You must taste them for
yourself.
All Foley's Chocolates pleas:
the palate nnd are good for you
Ask for Foley's wherever Bo*
( andy is Kept
Foley Bros. Larson & Co
Edmonton rtlNNIl'tl Vnnoouvo-
eia
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as you are
at this restaurant. And the service is
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. We are
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in
and try our bill of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectly cooked and perfectly
served, will Kain your friendship, we
are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G, TbIAXIBON Manager,
11        *s
LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
The status oi a business boui
reflected in its stationery. It I
to lune the best that's going. Ws
«lve you the highest qunlity at iti
lowest price.   Free estimates.
We -t ii*r v r ii expert leTvfce. Print
Mail-Herald ;, , u, i;,.*,,.... md - ..: ' nbby  t< <*.
■nJ^psu 'i    u .  t,..- v lection ot papl i  hi ■'.
Electric Press     t >i»- we add oiiglualU) and iraart*
nenol design snd rapid Ot-IWery.
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Hut there   arc   still  a   few   people   who   don't
know whal a safe combination  Bell's  Bread
and   New Zealand Uutter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
AFTER THE FIRE
.vou can smile if your loss is   backed
up by nin- iit out  insuranoe policies
We represent tiie
BEST   INSURANCE   COMPANIES
while onr rates are low,  reimbursement! are prompt and sure.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. K.  EClNCAID, Manager.
Y.M.C.A. NOTES
Mr. Wm. H. Ball, secretary of tlie
international commute!', physical department, delivered a memorable address to a large company of men at
the Y.M.C.A.  on Thursday night.
Mr. Thomson brielly introdueed Mr.
Ball, and the speaker was s'oon thereafter on tlie best of terms with his au-
dleneo. He explained that his duties
in connection with the trip ho is engaged upon weie to inspect theassooi-
ation quarters along the line, with
Bpecial attention lo the proper equipment of eating and sleeping quarters,
and aU' pertaining to the physical Well
being ol the men. He stated thut ho
was always glad of ;m opportunity, to
speak to the men, and for tliat reason
had gladly taken advantage ot the opportunity his visit to Hevelstoke had
nfloi'dtid.
During Ins twenty-five years work
amongst men he had lneen brought into intimate association with many
men, and thc Bubject he hail chosen for
his talk that evening was one vitally
affecting the welfare of men. He introduced his Bubjectby reading from
the lirst chapter of Genesis anent the
creation and reproduction of life, and
then traced in elear. eloquent language
the history „f life in various stages,
commencing with plant life and progressing rapidly to deal with forms
of life met with in the sea, bird life,
animal life and human life. Each form
of life eould reproduce its own kind,
nnd no other. If oats were sown, it
could not In' expected that wheat could
he reaped. What, he asked, can tho
man who sows wild oats expert to
reap'.' His' address was full of strikingly presenteel little appreciated facts,
and was put before his hearers in an
interest compelling way liv the speaker, who proved hiniBelf an able lecturer
He drew a strong moral lesson from
tin- illuminating facts presented, and
eriiirludod with an earnest exhortation
to his hearers to make the best of
their glorious privileges and opportun
ities as meml>ers of the highest form
of life, emphasising the need of divine
assistance if they as men were to properly  fulfil their  destinies.
At the close of the address Wr. Ball
was heartily applauded hy the audi -
ence. upon whom his remarks had evidently made a deep Impression.
Mr. Ball intimated that he would be
in Kevelstoke anain nbeiut the second
week in November, when lie would be
pleased to give another talk on the
subject.
DoubleSB thai offer will I>q taken advantage of, as it should be.
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
SEE! !
OUR
HEATING STOVES
Best and Cheapest In Town
PRICES FROM
$2.00 to $22.00
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
The Ideal Christmas Gift
Much appreciated and inexpensive is a good
portrait of yourself or the kiddies. Our
styles are new and the prices right.
Successor to Tucker
Mackenzie Ave.
REID & BARTON
Bi; Eddy School Report
Following le the monthfy report of
Big Eddy  school  for  Oetober:
Number of davs in  session       22
Total    attendance  4281
Average   attendance    19.*27
Terce-elaee   6 02}
Number of pupils attending       21
Visitors          9
The following pupils made the highest grades in their respective classes*.—
Second reader, Charlie Bai ret t: First
reader, Rolf Carlson; Second Primer ,
Jenny Johnson: First primer, Dorria
Brill and Johny Barrett; Receiving
cla — .   Lyda  Brill.
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COAI.
SATISFACTION
GUARANTEED.
RELIABLE
ONLY;
BURNS
BRIGHTLY ;
|N ALL
NIGHT
SAFELY.
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Public Schools Attendance
The attendance at the public Bchoola
for the month of October, was as follows:
Central School,
Div. [...
.2:t
91.60
12
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"  II...
.2:i
95.65
12
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*'  111..
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93.1U
18
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.42
IHI .Si)
18
" VII.
..••9
88.115
17
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:ii>
Ml 72
12
271
.12
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S"lUirk    Sohool
Div. 1  .
28
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92.16
26
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97.40
19
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'*    IV.
42
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110.07
22
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90 88
16
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112 11
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Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
The  Nelson  -hicld  Was  retained    by
lli\.   IV. nt   Central      sehool   with      a
percentage of us.70 in punctuality and
regularity, Div. III. of Selkirk school
wins the shield with a percentage of
'.18.73.
HIGH SCHOOL.
Following  is the attendance at the
Inch -eliool for the month of October:
D. I.   IJ. IT. T.
Enrollment    10     18     2S
Presenl every session... ■'. S 8
Percentage attendance,...92*5   .R'i't   .'.ms
J~.f    WE    NEVER     RECOMMEND
any of our grocerlei that we
would not I ave on our own
table. And once we ti!*.! by personal fri.: that an ari
tirst class, it finds its \v.i\ iut,.
this market no more. Vou call
order here with safet. .it all
times.     What can we   lend
'A-ily
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
Doctors Endorse
If we did not believe doctors endorsed
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs and
colds, we would not offer it to you.
Sold for 70 years.
Ask Your Doctor.
Mm), hy.1.0. AjorCo.,
Me.Ill re..,1,  Cfue.vl  ,
Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs. Pack Sacks. Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoes. Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises. Hand Bags. Etc.
Boot, Shoes    Harness Repairing PAGE  FOUP.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
WKDNKSDAY,   NOVEMBER   6,   1913.
It will probably surprise you to know .the cost of a had stove
in excessive coal bills during the winter. There are plenty of
reasont whj one stove will hum more coal than another.
C'lne iu and let us explain why our stoves are more economical than any otl.'f.
,\ good selection of good Stoves and that will cost vou no
more than the coal-devouring kind.
Stores for Hard or ^f of t Coal
or XVood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
PLUMBINCHEATINGJINSMITHING
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PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   ANI)
SATIHIIAY    AT
KKVKI.STOKK.   11. C.
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Local Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 rents per line each insertion.
Minimum loeal ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 25 cents pet-
Inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Munieipal Notices 12
cents pcr line first insertion and 8
cents per line suhHoquenf insertions,
allowing 10 lines to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses $7.30.
Land purchase notices, $7.00
Water Application Notl'e-es, up to
100 words, $7.50, over 100 words In
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
included in ahove to he charged at
rate to hc arranged with manager on
application.
interior jMiblisbtno Company
I.IMITKD
J. K.  JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH G.   SCRUTON,  Editor.
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   5,   1913.
Thc intimation that it is proposed
to introduce an elementary course ot
instruction in agriculture in the schools
of the province will bo particularly
welcome. The announcement was
made by the Hon. Price Ellison, min-
ister of finance and agriculture, after
a conference with Dr. Robinson, superintendent of education, Mr. W.F.Scoit
deputy minister of agriculture, and
0,0. James, adviser to the federal department of agriculture. For some
time the educational authorities of Hie
|.ro\ ince.have been giving consideration
toa suggestion thai an opportunity ol
loarning something nin en farming
should bc ollered the students in the
provincial schools. As yet the plan
has not beoi carried out to any definite extent, .'ind Heen. Mr. Ellison said
that it Innl iml been decided just how
fnr t.he proposal could lie carried nut,
although it was certain, he intimated, that a commencement would ho
made next year. It has heen thought
wiM' to give an elementary course in
the rural schools for a beginning and
later the. wmk may lie extended in a
modifiod form to the schools oi the
townsnnd cities nf (he province. Detail- as to how far np in thc public
-ee-iiool course the training will be
started, Imw far carried on, and how
much nf a cour.-e will be prepared
for the high sVhonla, ihuve yet to be
arranged by the educational authorities. Whether an elementary course
in agriculturo Will be made optional
nr obligatory has not been settled
upon, although it is supposed that it
will lie oblipatory in the lower grades
and poBsibly optional in the high
schools.    Suggestions   have   lieen   made
ihat fruit fanning, composition of
soils, rotation of crops, principles of
irrigation, Btock raising, grain and
hay farming and dairy farming be included  in   the  elementary  course.
<T
or
Watches and Clocks!
fltec RMHHH typewriters
Remington $35   Empire $25   Underwood $65
iy And numerous other Imruains. Send for complete list of slinhtly used
machines rebuilt in our own factory and mado as (rood aB now. Wc save
you $10 to $75 on any machine.   Satisfaction guorant««l.
Canadian Typewriter Exchange. Dept, 2), Suite 305,319 Pender W., Vancouver, B.C,
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber's
Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
ClF»Baking Powder!
Made from cream of tartar derived
solely from grapes, the most delicious and healthful of all fruit acids.
FOLEY'S
PREMIER
GRAHAM    WAFERS
T»ite on» il Foley"! Or»h»m **'»(»r;
Iben   :\y..   one   !:oir.   any   other
'   e-.        We    IT"    -v.'linK    tl    irrept
■■ ie • . ■'.! n i best
T.ii*. ii tba standard wi .-,\-ta. ut
for ouneiT»i m nuking ro:»/'«
Orihim Wafsn i.tiay mult bt ths
heeii. ',•   ri .
will not satisfy 'Ji.    Tlie/    n.
beit.
In eitir.c Fol-7'i   Irabam
jrou   will   note   -.!■■ ,    r'.-h
"full flavor** anil THE IAMC I
NESS THAT TOO   JET .*'•  i il.i.Y'.i
SODAS.
■    - |   ■   • ■       e I 1 ■      •     e U   '
Boxes  and   Uai    ne'er   Uken   from
made-up fm-.H     I'M' is
flavored when pla     i
at w*-ifn they l»STS '.he factory
FOLEV'3   FANCY   BISCUITS
' ory biscuits roulrt lie more
;eien.n« either to th" taste nr In
i|.;.» irir.re than   !'• |  IfSW"
ton" and  "Sultana  Fruit"  htuculti.
Theie UltUltl HaTS HtabUthtd *
demand (or thsmtelvtt in thousands
',f Wetvern Canadian homei and
'here  ttr  thOUIMldl 'ef  'ether  homei
•A.irt.  th-y  Mil   b Ill}  [if.pular
Juit at loon a* th",  tn 'enre tried.
Next timi .eery MlOUlMi
lell  your dealer to tend you  either
riR Newton-, nr "Sultana Frulti."
Vm win tind them richly flavored
inuitl ell. ling and latlifylnn
taito
FOLEY'S   OATMEAL   WAFERS
.,      , i • •.,.-. nfprs
—thnir I    ' tin      ■    ■   . i l healthier Int lha
family to oal ' han
Foley   Bros.  Larson &L Co.
EDMONTON
WINNIPEG
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Ball    Pro;
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Arrounl    Forms    -     i
Envelopes
Programs
Wedding Stationery
•   Tags
Memoriam
Cards    -    Lumber Form:,,  Etc
COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN A.LL H2U
BRIQUETTES
"1cWe have over 600 tons of the above coal on hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay in yonr winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See ns for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, PRBS. J. I). SIBBAU5, JR., Sue.
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Stylish Clothing
The height of the Season finds us
with the very latest conceptions in
Fall Wear Stylish Clothing.
Our show of Fashionable Suits comprise the most Chic creations.
We have the reputation for carrying
the Highest Class Stock, and this
season's show will considerably enhance it.
McRae Mercantile Co.
' HOBBERLIN C. N. R. 80CIETY BRAND
I THE   HOME    OF   GOOD   CLOTHES
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SUNSHINE
l&ENACE
Hest call anj find out thc
.reasons why weso promptly back McClary's
guarantee with our
own.Lctusexplain
to you why the
'Sunshine" is
called
The r^&
Understudy   ^ggj
K. of P. NOTICE
tlold  Range  Lodge No. 'M\,   Knights
' of Pythias,     will ment in future     io
lhe    Selkirk    Hall,    instead  of    OM
Oddfellows Hall, commencing  Weelnes-
day, Nov. 5th.
By older,
Q.  H.  BROCK, K.of R.& 8.
8MMK.&M
<nckly »tops coudtn.  cures  colds, «nd   lieulh
ne throat nnd lur.es.        II as cenu.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42   -    Nieht Phone 85
FREE
.ill Pairs of
English    Kill
Cloves
FREE
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers, We
will eeud absolutely PRBS
a pair of well known Knglish Kid Cloves to the first
>') purchasers of our lieauti-
lul Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$4.75 or S6.7.S each.
Post Free—Worth Double- Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra fine fibres anil
come in lilack and white in
two si/.es.
14 inch Plume (4.75 or 2 for $8.Ml
20 inch Plume 5<>.7.S or 2 for $12.75
This offer is only good for a
few days.
Mention color of  plume  required and size of gloves.
We   have a   few   Osprevs    Samples  at
£5.50, $6.50 and $8.50.
Send us your old feathers lo
be curled, cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate.
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
810 Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Mail-Herald Electric Tress
Revelstoke.  2.  C.
Phone No. S
Come and look al ..;ir Triangle Sad
trom   .■ for ever,
PRICE   6 LB. IRON. $3.90
A.G.   DUCK
Estimates gii en tm
We solicit a share of your patronage
Special   attention   given to children
ONION BARBER SHOP
We have just opened
a shop in the   .
IDEALPOOLROOMS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
Lunil)
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
hefore buying yonr outfit of working clothes
f.)r the busb. 1 make •
specialty of LoRgiuij
Shoes, Pants, Soi,:Bl . *
Blankets andeverytl.i jg
required inyourbusiness. WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   6,   1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
page rivi
Free PuWic Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for lhe use of the Public on the Second Floor.
New House Furnishing rand Garpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. Jfume 8t Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Montb
Look at Price Tickets.
Ladies.' Suits in Navy and Serge
Our Special Navy Blue Serge Tailored Suit for ladies has
become famous l>otb for 6tyle, fit, finish, appearance ami workmanship, and the price is only    $25
A Special Suit iu Serge—Browns nud Navy, nicel\ tailored
Sill; and Satin lined, new style. Only a few sizes in
this   $15
A Nice Showing of Furs
In 1'urs, as usual, we have a representative showing of all
the popular lines of natural Purs. This year we
find a ready sale a line of Fancy Muffs and Stoles
made of embossed plushes, velvets, curl cloths. They
are handsome goods and you can get a good looking
set from $5 to $15
The Doll Family Just Arrived
The Kewpiers, "Chubby & Fife," the Art Dolls, the Character Dolls, etc. Also the Pur Animals, Dogs,
Cats, etc.    Bring the kiddies to see tbem.
Apron Gingham
Pull  yard wide, in Navy and White  Checks of   different
sizes.    This is a pure linen cloth.    A good washer 20c
Sewing Cotton
Wc always sell Standard  Sewing  Cotton,   full   200  yards,
Coates', Kerr's and Clark's at 6 spools for 25c
New Aviation Wool
The thick, heavy kind.    All colors  at 15c
Glearance of Silks
Clearing a lot of odd shades of Embroidery Silks, good for
beginners.       Regular 5c, at per skein Ic
Tea Aprons
Nice,  clean,   pure White   Muslins,   different  styles,  long
string ties.   Some nice ideas among these     35c
CLOTHING AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
Wood and Brass Curtain Poles
We have just received a full assortment of Wood and Brass
Curtain Pole* and Window Fixtures. Ask us for
anything vou may need in this line.
Rugs and Carpet Squares
We are clearing out Rugs and Carpet Squares at prices that
will interest you 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
Silk Shirt Waists
Special line of Silk Shirtwaists with soft collar, turned
cuffs, new goods. Sold regular at $4.50. On sale
at $2.90
Coats for Chi
Teddy Coats, made of Teddy  Bear cloth,   nice   style and
nicely trimmed, (or children from 1 to 6 years 	
  WILL WASH  WELL
o7Wens Felt House Slipper
with heavy Felt Sole, leather
bottom. An ideal cure for
tired feet	
PRICE, $1.50. $1.75. $2
Women's Same at	
$1.00, 31.35, $1.80
Boys at.
$1.35
Women's Boudoir Slipper-
in Saxe, Brown, Red and
Mauve, spring heel, leather
bottom.    Price	
$1.25
Same   in   JAEGAR   without
heel	
$1.00 Per Pr.
Women's Kozy Tailored Slippers—the most comfortable
of all. Heavy felt sole with
leather bottom.    Price	
$1 and $2
Same in JAEGAR at	
$1.80 Per Pr.
Women's Juliettes in all shades
of felt and velvet, either
fur or ribbon trimmed.
Flexible soles, medium heel.
PRICES	
$1.75 per pr.
Misses' sizes	
$1.35
MEN'S LEATHER OPERA SLIPPER in black or
brown, flexible sole and full fitting lasts.
PRICE $2.25 per pair
WITH CUSHION  SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
MEN'S PULLMAN SLIPPERS in black or brown,
guaranteed fitters.   PRICE .      $2:75 per pair
WITH CUSHION SOLE
$3.00 Per Pair
Children's Felt or Fleece-Lined Slippers from 40c. to 90c. per pair.      A wide assortment of Moccasin
Slippers with fur or fleece linings, from $1.75 to $3.00 Per Pair.
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
The Old Brown Teapot, 8 Cup Size 35c
6 Cup Size -  25c
.•      .«        »             «•      4 Cup Size -  20c
20-Ounce Bottles Mixed Pickles  20c
Pint Bottles Imperial Relish 15c
VEGETABLES FOR WINTER
Don't forget us when laying in your stock of Vegetables for Winter. We have
Local Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips, and Beets, Armstrong High Land Potatoes and Onions, that are extra dry, and they will keep well.
New Stock of Fruits and Marmalades
Crosse C& Blackwell's Orange in 71b. and 4 lb. tins, I and 2 lb. Jars.
Kellern's Orange, in 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 lb. Jars.
Noel's Fig and Lemon in Jars.
Robertson's, 4 and 2 Pound Tins.
Ginger  Lemon, Green   Figs,   Tangerine,   and    Orange   Shred   in  Jars.
Two More Shipments of China
Haviland Limoges,   Bowl,   Celery   Dishes,  Pickle Dishes, Spoon Trays, Cream and
Sugars, Tea Pots. Cake Plates, Comb and Brush Trays.
ENGLISH CHINA—OPEN STOCK DINNERWARE.
'■»7-Piece Dinner Sets Prices from $7.50 to $25.00
Teapots. Milk Jugs, Cream Jugs, rups and Saucers, from $1.50 to $6 per Dozen
and lots of other nice pieces too numerous to mention.
NEW GOODS
Carload   New   Canned   Vegetables   and   Fruits,
Wheat. Bran and Oats,      Sweet Potatoes and Squash
New Shipment of Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits
Crawford's Puff Biscuits, (something new).
Mackintosh Red Apples
Cranberries.     California Red Grapes
Malaga Green Grapes. Oranges and Pears.
Carload   of   Shorts.
Comb Honey
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. PAGE SIX
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   5,   1913
Make Us Prove It
We dare not exaggerate to you. We are dependent upon
your patronage. To get it we must have your trust and confidence. We make the following statements with a full understanding of what they mean to us. You are safe when you
believe in these statements.
For the Bowels
If you only know as much as we
ami tuOSO who have used thom know
about Ui'xall Orderlies, you woulti
t><• as enthusiastic ahout reoommend-
inp them as we are. Thoy taste just
like' candy. They act so easily and
ho pleasantly that the taking of them
is a pleasure.
Even children like Hexall Orderlies; and you know that if a medicine appeals to a child, it will appeal
to grown-ups.
help chase gloom, dispel blues and
make' you feel happy by the'ir splendid tonic, cleansing and strengthening I'tlce't upon the bowels. — They
act I" free the tn Mte'm - anel keep it
fre-M from the distress and ill fueling
thut naturally results from Irrcgului
and inactive bowels.
Rexall Orderlies ■!" tins quietly,
without griping or causing nausea,
purine, eer excessive Loosem ss. They
act to overcome and remove the cause
of bowel ills and in a short time
usually make unnecessary the continued um' of physics and purgatives,
thus tending to stop such unhealthy
habits as may have been formed.
Make us Prove This
We do not ask you to take our
word for this. We want you to tuako
us prove it, und ut no cost to you.
Buy a box of Rexall Orderlies at
our store. Use them onee, or use up
the whole box. Then, if you are
not thoroughly satisfied, just come
back empty handed and tell us.
Without obligating you or questioning you we will return the money
you paid us for them.
Doesn't thai indicate that Rexall
Orderlies are at least worth)* of trial?
Doesn't it prove eeur faith in them?
Doesn't it merit youi confidence?
Could any offer be more fair to you?
We particularly recommend Rexall
Orderlies f'.r children, delicate and
aged persons. Rexall Orderlies come
in convenient vest-pocket size tin
boxes, 12 tablets, IOc; M tablets,
26c; >0 tablet*. 50e.
CAUTION: Please bear in ir.ind that Rex:dl Orderlies are not sold by all drug-
gisti.   You can buj Rexall Orderlies only at the Rexull Stores.
i You can buy Itexull Orderlies in this community ouly at our store:
WALTER BEWS
Revelstoke
The Jggfigffl Store
British Columbia
There is a Roiull Store in nearly every to»u and city in the Unittt] States C&UBCa and
Great Hritain. There is a different Hfinll Remedy for nearly everj- ordinary Luman ill —
each especially designed for the particular ill fe.r whioh it ia recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America's Qreatest Drug Stores
Printing
That . .
Vays you
Your business status is often judged by
the style and quality of your Printing. A
poor circular hasn't half the convincing
and business-bringing power nf the better
one. A cheap and common-looking letterhead lowers your credit with the wholesaler.
Vays Vs
Vou are delighted with MAIL-HERALD
Printing    for we do our  utmost  to please
you.    We have the staff, -lock and et
ment to deliver the goods    so we get ■
next order, sure.     Tl - •'     ■
results   in   recommendation  and
business grows.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Leave orders at Lawrence
Hardware Co. I will guarantee to do a clean job in
taking down pipes and
cleaning pipes and chimneys.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
THE CHIMNEY SWEEP
Who Oan be found at the
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
The Duke of Butlierland has ioi ward
ed to Lloyd George a formal offer to
-■•11 ilie government 200,000 ncres of
Sutherlandshlre land "now under
titer*.*' including lakes ami tine tisliin;:
ii.am- ,u tWO pounds an acre. The
ofler is ihe resull of Lloyd George's
fund campaign statements chut cultivable land lm- been converted into
deer forest and rendered unproductive.
Iti- believed ilmt the oflei will be
seriously and sympathetically consi I-
ered by the development eummissions,
who have enough money to complete
the purchase, It ;- hoped the ne. ■>•- •
snry official survey will not be delayed. Thi luke is willing to sell 400,000
ut tlie «ami 11ice. Meanwhile
Swan-'.i eon rutioni ire paying upward-.*' li,-.If a million per acre for
the   'ite needed feu   street   widening.
Hudson's B ty illii iale at Winnipeg,
have just reci ive meagre reports from
lhe north lhat u party of ten Esqui •
mos were rescued from an island in
the' mouth of Hudson's Buy, upon
which they hud been marooned for ten
year-. It appears that th«' Bsquimos
wer.. caught nti-hor.> on driHt ice ami
carried after long weeks o! hardships
io the island upon which they were
found. The i-land has been u oi led Iiy
passing vessels because of ieefs and
magnetic disturbances which affected
ships' compasses. It is over 10O miles
fiom the mainland. Tie- Bsquimos
had li\ed all th. period oi then fined
stay on tish and seal meat. Several
children were born in the decade oi
their imprisonment and some nf the
party bad died. Thos.' wh.e were res-
cued seemed r.i be In good health,
rwentytwo of the- twenty-five men
in the' crew of tin French bark. Patrie
we'ii . se.nil in miu-ocean by the Ham
burg-An titan liuer Krou I'niuzessin
Cecilie, The liner fouu.; the Patrie
burning n.l disabled in mid-ocean, according *.ee wireless reports. The German captain laun lied boats and took
nrt the crew. Thr f th< French Bailor- had been was] d overboard iwid
drowned just before the arrh d of the
lin Tbi Patrli was a re sel e. 300
tons diS| la ment i hail- d fi om Fe
camp, Fiance.
'Pl.e i '.,11 tda        •■: .   . ontaiu;  the official  not i.        •   iy  the Domin
1   . .ei bot-
he  ■ ii baity  of     Golden,
•* Kay of \ unco ivei, B.
c sali     ri'    is 81   ter acre.   The
Columbia river
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$*   "Another House Run
Hit."—N.Y. Telegraph
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EMPRESS
NOV.
Wednesday
EVENING    .   .   .
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FAMOUS STORY OF THE FAR NORTH
The Barrier
Seat Sale Starts Sat. Nov. 8th
at   Macdonald's   Drug   Store
irft ■t.iTntntutnti.tt.tnTMT. A Notable Caste includes MR. FRANK IRESON  as
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lountry, Italy.   I have full trust in the
British admiralty, whieh I deem to In* j
capable of committing a breach    oi
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oi  my  incontcBtuhlc rights ns      an
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■,-' made its way up the Bt. Lawrence
rVelland . unals to TboroUl, Ont..
with a cargo ol sulphur pulp   for   a
mill,     H hii h     illustrates     the
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Culture for Singing and Speaking.
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francis   Hall, on    McKenzie    Avenue
SELKIRK     LODGB 1».  1.  O.  O. F.
Meets every Thursday evening ia
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially  Invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.Q
JAS. MATHIE, See.
KOOTENAY     LODGE.  No.  » A.  r.
and A. y.
DECLINE SUBSTITUTES
IO J^IBIDS |
gja*afsj3jgJSJSiaEMSMSi5iaEMaEMai
MISS  TRYPHOSA  PARKER
Pupil   of   Signor  Giovanni  Clerici,  K.
C. I., Hon. R.A.M. of Florence
and London.
Visit     and    receives    Pupils   for
Voice   Production   «nd   Pianoforte.
For terms, et'*.,  npply.
BOX    306,    HI.    FIRST      STREET.
O. B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE. B.  C.
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SOUVENIR TINS
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H.
WALLACE
,   M.B.C.3.A.
ARCHITECT
Box
205
, Telephone
413. Revelstoke
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday ln each month
at ( p. in. Vieiting hrethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M
A. Q. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. tl*.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednee-
daye    in each  month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Vieiting Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
JAMES MoINTYRH, O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIH,   No. M«l.
OF i. O. F.
BURQEBS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors  and   Contractors.
P. O.  Box 347       Kamloops, B.C.
Braiob   (jtl'n'e--Watson   Realty   Ca.
60 <t   o pound
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOBE No.  10S1
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Meets every first and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lowe Hall. Vieiting
brethern cordially  Invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Se'retary.
School of   Music and    Oratory, under
Direction of
PROF. C. 0. BROWNELL.
Teaching  Piano, Organ,  Violin,  Voloe
Meete ln I. 0. O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House every eecond
and fourth Monday in  month. Vieiting brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   R*e.-8ee.
HARVEY, McCARTER St COMPAN\
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
—Offloes—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.C.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
PO K
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
VV. H. POTTRUFF. Prop. 'WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   5,   1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  BEVHW
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT
HALYCON  HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the moat wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled and .verified
by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easy of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon  Hot   Springs  Sanitarium
Wm. Boyd, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .
TO PRESERVE
OUR FORESTS
The belle! here is that the conference
has not suci-eeded in accomplishing a
great deal. There is a very, (general im
pression that' the 'demand upon the Dom
inion government for one-tenth of the
customs and exe-ise revenue is not like-
Hon. Dr. Roche  Takes Practical| Xl t°'be acroilw,* "'■ •' U also doubtful
teho prinoiple involved    in the
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Steps
Hon. Dr. Roche, Minister of Interior
has given since lie became minister,
careful attention to the development
of his department so that ii can be
made more useful to the general public. One branch to which lie lias given
special attention is the forestry work.
The prime object of forestry is to
manage tlie forests and the products
-uas to reproduce them and to use
them as efficiently and as economically
as possible, For this purpose provis -
ion is lieing made within the jurisdic-
lionof the department for the protection of the forests from fire, for thc
elimination of waste in lumbering operations and for educating pubfic opinion to co-operate in these objects.
LABORATORY ESTABLISHED
To completely fulfill the objects of
forestry il is necessary to go further
and investigate the possibilities of con
serving our forests by reducing waste
in manufacture, by prolonging the life
of forest, products Used in connection
nnd hy developing uses for products
now wasted foi the lack of knowledge
as t.i bow they may be employed.
Keeping (his object In view Hon. Dr.
Roche has had established n Dominion
Forests Products laboratory with A.G.
Mclntyre. a      well,known     expert      in
charge.
Such work has already been carried
on in Germany and other European
countries. Four years ago a laborat-l
ory nnd investigating stafl was es -
tablis'hed by the I'nited States forest
service at Madison, Wisconsin for investigations of this nature. The work
lias appealed strongly to the manufacturer- who have given it every encouragement.
PRACTICAL RESEARCH.
The Forests Produots Laboratories
are laboratories of practical research,
The purpose might lie Bummed up in
the following termst
1. To secure authoritative Information ou the characteristic mechanical
and physical properties 0f commercial
woods and products secured from
them.
*.'. To study and develop the fundamental principles underlying tbe preservative  treatment  of woods, its use
whethi
resolution will be adopted
Subsidies based on revenues and excise taxes would fluctuate, it is said,
ami give the provinces a eliree't interest
in the Dominion tariff. It Is believed
while the provinces are almost certain to get an increase in subsidies,
the new arrangement will be on the
basis eif an increase in the- present
per capita grant.
The resolutions adopted on Monday
asking for nn Increase in the salaries
of lieutenant-governors will probably
1*' acceded to by the Dominion government.
Th" question of representation of the
Maritime provinces in '.lie house ot"
commons was discussed at both the
morning anel afternoon sessions, and
it was finally decided to do nothing in
the matter.
' tion    will    be    maele to the Superin-
| tendent    of      Provincial    Police     for
I renewal  of  the hotel license    to    soil
j liquor   by    retail in the hotel known
as the  Beaton  holel,  situate  at Beaton, in  the  Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
H.  NELLIS,
1st iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant
A story is told of Prince George, ol
Battenberg, who is a lieutenant on
board the battle cruiser New Zealand,
and who is making a tour of the
world, by an officer of the Pacifii' line
steamship Orissa, which arrived at
Liverpool yesterday. At a banquet
nnd ball given at Callao, Peru, a woman apologized to the prince for not
knowing how to address him. The
prince replied: "It doesn't matter,
aboard ship they coll me 'Batty.' "
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notioe i- hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Halcyon H')t Springs hotel,
situate at Halcyon, in the Piovinee
of Briti.-h Columbia. li
Dated this 25th day of October, 19K)
WILLIAM BOYD,
1st Iss.  Oc.29,  30d. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT,   1910.
Notiee is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will b- made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal  oi  the  hotel  license     to    sell
Sealed tenders addressed to the u»»
dersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Wharf at Ainsworth, B.C.," will be
received at this office until 4.00 p.m.,
on Monday, November 17, 1913, ior
the construction ofa wharf at Ainsworth, Kootenay District,  B.C.
Plans, spcifieations and form of con
tract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department and at
the offices of J.P. Forde, Esq., District Engineer, at Revelstoke, B. O.;
C.C. Worsfold, Es'q., District Engineer at New Westminster, B.C., and on
application to the Postmaster at Aina
worth, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
m 1 signed with tbeir actual signatures, statine their occupations and places of residence, Tn the case of firms ,
the actual signature, the nature ofthe
occupation, and place of residence of
e-a b member of the firm must be given
Each tender  must    be  accompanied
liquor    by    retail in the  hotel  known
as   the  Eva  hotel,  situate      at  Cam-! b5" an  accepted cheque  ona  chartered
borne, in the Province oi British    Oo-   bank, payable to the order of the Hon
lumbia. ! ourable  the Minister of Public Works,
Dated this 25th ,day of October, 1913 I 0fluaI to ten P°r *'ent (10 p.c.) of   the
H. G. WARE        amount  of the  tender,   which   will  be
1st iss.  Oc.2<J, 30d.
Applicant
NOTIOE Is hereby given  that John
Olavton Tapping, tbe  ho'derof ali
cense to sell  liquor  bv  retail  at  tlie
premises  known   as  the City   Hotel,
First Street, Revelstokf, namely Lots
1   to 7   inclusive, in   Hlock   .*>,    Plan
080   Revelstoke,  R.   O.,   inb-nds    to
apply to the  liiiinl  of  License  Com-:
missionei'8 for the City   of   Revelstoke
al   n. meeting of the said honrd t'n he
held next after the expiration of thirty
days from the first, publication o*' this j
notice for tbe transfer of said license
to the premises situate on the corner
of First  st ieet and Orton avenue, be-j
ins lo's 17. Is and l!' in block  17. I'lan '
038A, Kevelstoke.
Dated this 5th day of Senteraber. 1013.
J. C. Tapping.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice i- hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, applioa-
tion will bee ma,le to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Criterion hotel, situate at
Camborne, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
W.  S. RENN1E,
1st iss.  Oc.29,  30d. Applicant
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract when
railed upon to do so, or fail to complete tbe work contracted for. If the
tender he not ace*epted the cheque will
be returned.
The department does not bind itself
ti   accept  the lowest or auy tender.
By order,
R C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, October 1">,  1913.
Newspapers will not be paid for thiB
advertisement if they     insert, without
authority from the Department.
1st i<*s. Oct22 2t.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Not: e is hereby given that on the
flrst dny of December next application will be mnde to the Superintendent of Provincial Police fot* renewal of
Rates ? 1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day. Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS ™
Mrs. H. J. HaNBURY,   -     Proprietress
for the production of fiber products.
■    T     i , a„.   ... „.-    i ,   tne Hotel License to sea honor, bv ro-
...   To develop practical    ways   and
means of using wood which, under present conditions is being wasted.
4.    To   serve as a   public  bureau      of
and
Steam Heated Throughout.     Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
tail in the hotel  known as the    Lake-
! view Hotel, situate at Arrowhead,   in
the Province of British Columbia. ,
Dated this 2,*ith day of October, 1913
CHAPMAN AND SMITH.
1st i^. Oct. 25 one mon.
Notiee is hereby given that, on the
flrst el ey e.f December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Poliee for
renewal of the hotol license *o sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Hotel Queens situat" at Comaplix. in the Provinoe of British
Columbia. In  Manitoba,   Saskatchewan  and   Al-
Dated this Doth dav of October. 1913berta,    tbe    Yukon    Territory,      tbe
J. H.  YOUNG,      | North-west Territories and in a por-
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of tbe Dominion
1st  iss. Oc3. 30d.
Applicant
information  on  the    properties
utili/ation of forest products.
5'. To co-operate with cun-umers oi
forest products iM improving present
methods of use.
BETTER UTILIZATION.
The work carried on at the Forest' Notlce U h,''*'b>' -iv,'n that on the
Products Laboratories leads to a bet- firn dn? of December next, application
ter utilization of our forerft  resources,   wiU be ma;le l° the Superintendent of
LIQUOR ACT, l'JIO.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notiee is hereby given that on the
first day of Dee-ember next, appiica -
tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of the hotel license to sell liquor by Agent or
retail in the hotel known as the City   in which  the rights applied for
tion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term of
twenty-one years at au annual rental of (1 an acre. Not more than
'ly.i'itt acre* will be leased to one applicant.
Application for leaae must be made
by  the applicant in  person    to    the
Sub-Agent of the district
are
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.    ALBEET     STOHSTE PEOP-
Provincial Police tor a renewal of the
hotel lie-ense to sell liquor by retail in
tbe hotel known as Lardeau hotel, situated at Comaplix in the Provin-e of
British Columhia.
Dated this *2."th day of 0' tober, 1913
l=t iss.  Oc.29,  *'.0d. Applicant.
A   E. JEWBTT,
LIQUOR ACT. 1910.
viz.:
1st—Kin lim' more efficient methods
of manufacture .if woods.
Und—The elimination or utilization
of the wastes of manufacturing and
losing.
3rd—Finding use ior woods not now
commercially useful from a study of
their mechanical and physical properties.
4th—Finding    better  use for    wood-   ... 	
now used to     make the lower     grade      Notiee  is  hereby  given that  on  the
commodities. Brat day of December next, application
Sth—Lookiiie  tor Canadian Woods to   will be made to the Superintendent of |
substitute  ior  imported  woods  cither    Provincial Police for the    grant    of a
Hotel  situated  at  Arrowhead.  In    the
Province of Bri'ish  Columbia.
Dated this Ooth day of October, 1913
ROBERT'CALEY,
bt las. Oc.29, 3M. Applicant.
;ed to the un-
situated.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary iot ths working o*
the mine at the rate ot $10.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
be     described    by sections,  or   legal
! sub-divisions ot sections,  and in  un-
i surveyed  territory  the   tract  applied
for shall be staked out oy the    ap -
in  their  natural   state or  afte|  mat -
ment.
Gth—Studying and developing the
fundamental principle's underlying the
treatment of     woo I in its use in     the
Sealed Tenders ad.li.'
dersigned and endor
Construction of     Wharfs at    Vi, toria     Each applicant  must be accompan-
Tender . f,.r PliC!int himself.
License forthe sale ol liquor by wholesale in and upon the I'rei ae known
as Revelstoke Win. ,,nd Spirit Company, situate at Reve'lstoWc, B.C. up-
rn  the lnnds described   is Lots 1.9,9,
manufacture ol fiber products—ab-ohol! and 10, Bloe'k 9y. Map N'o. f.36.
turpentine,   resin,   tar,  etc. Dated this .Ifitli day of October, 1*M3
Tth—Serving as  a  public bureau    of! Revolstoke Wine nnd  Spirit Company,
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
information on the properties and util
ization of forest products.
Sth—Co-operating with consumers of
for.-i-   products  m improving  present
methods oi use nnd formulating sped
tie.itions   and   .'lading  rules  for com-
in> rn ial   woods,  materials  secured from   first   dav
them (such   a*1 gums,  oils.  >*esin,  etc. I,   tion    wil
and  materials  used  in  the treatment j tendent
of wood  (creosote,  zinc
other preservatives*).
ALEX GRANT,
Manager.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Noti
Union  Hotel
A. P. LBVB8QDB, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $6.00
1 ■■ tsby given that, on the
of December next,    appli>-a-
I   be   made to the Superin-
of     Pro' :• cl J    Poii e     for
blorid"   ai :   "•■* "■*• ■'' of the hotel  license    to    soil
liquor    by    retail  in  the  hotel  known
1   tiie  Olaolet   lie";-..   Ituate at   Cla-
eier.   in the  Province  of  Brit isl:     Co -
lumbia.
Dated this 25th dav of October, 1913
The    mi. h-heraleled     interprovinclal    ,-.„„„ u „  n»„:n,  r>'  i...   .,..„„
' ('anadian  Pacifi'* Railway Company,
conference  was  concluded at     Ottawa
Inter-Provincial Conference
without a ureal d"al being accomplished. The decisions on the ■■■■.. day
were subjects In regard to which 'delegates failed to come to a unanimous
agreement, with the result that the
te leluti.en-   proposed   were   withdrawn.
Tho most important development was
the final decision of the delegates that
tbey could not support thc claim of
the maritime provinces for an "irre-
ilu.-ibie minimum" of representation in
the federal house. This moans that if
the provincial governments accomplish
nytblng in the future it will be n- the
result of direct representations to the
Dominion government.
The opinion of the majority of delegates wns thnt it is a mattei which
-hould be setil.fi between thn Dominion and the litres dissatisfied province!
1st  ts=.   Oe.2!>,  30d,
Applicant
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Not ce i- hereby given that, on the
first .inv ..; December next, nppliea-
' ion will be maele to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license to ell
liquor by retail in tho hote'l known
as the Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the Province of British
Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
RUSSELL M   EVANS,
1st  iss.  oo.20,  3(H. Applicant
LTQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notico is hereby given that,  on  the
first day  of December next,    appli'a-
Harbour, B.C.," will be received at iled by » '*« of »5 which w111 b* «•*
this office until 4.00 P.M., on Tuesday tUBded il tb» riKhti aPPlied for «•
December 9, 1918, for the construction not availabIe. but not otherwise. A
of Wharf-' at Victoria Harbour. U.C. : royalty shall be paid on the mer-
finis, specifications and form of con cbantable output of tbe m.ne at thi
tract oan be seen and forms of tender rftte of five cenU P*r ton*
obtained at this Department and at The person operatiag the mine shall
the District Engineers' offices at Xcw!furnish the A&Dt witb iWorn returM
Westminster, B.C., Victoria. B.C., C0n : accounting for the full quantity of
federation Life Building, Toronto, Ont, merchantable coal mined and pay the
Post Office Building, Montreal, P.Q., ™yalty thereon. If the coal mining
and m application to the Postmaster'**"• ar* not being °P*rat*d- ■uoh
at Vancouver, B.C. j returns  should  be furnished  at  least
Persons ten.ierlng are    notitie.I that onc" a year*
t.nd.rs     will t. itb      msidered unlets For ,ul1    information    application
made   on   the printed forma supplied, "houUI »» made t0 tbe Secretary   ot
an.l ,ie 1 with their actual signatures tbe Department of the Interior,   Ot-
stating thei' "■ ■■up.-iii.in- and pface  ■•'.
residence,   ln the eas.. of firms,     th- of Dominion Lands.
tawa,  or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
r. W. GORY.
actual signature, the nature of theoc-
- upation,    I      .      if   residence    of
each member of the firm must lie given
Each tender must l>e accompanied by
an accepted cheque on ,i chartered bank
payable to the .erder of the Honourable' the Minister of Publi- Works, equal to five per ce*nt (8 p.c.) of tho am-
..um of the tender, which will be for- "«-»»•*•« the sale of liquor by mull
i.ite.l il the person tendering decline •„, > and l'P°n tho premises known as ta*
enter „,...., contra I when called ,,|. lUrdB»u Ho,e1' sItullt« ■<• Comaplix,
on to do so. or fail to complete the ] Brit,sh Columbia, from Adolphe Boil-
work contra, *e,i  for.   'f the tender be|eaUto Albcrt Edwln Jewitt* Ooma-
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
N'otioe is hereby  given that on     tae
20th    day of October next, application
I wlll be made to the Superlnteaderat   el
.   Provincial Police tor tho transfer of the
not  accepted lhe    heque will lio returned.
Tiie department  does not  bind itself
to aci 'pt the lowest oi any tender.
By order,
R. C. DK9ROCHERS,
Secretary.
Dcpn tment of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 27, 1913.
Newspapers will not  be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without
authority from the Department.
1st iss. Nov.5, 2t.
i'lu. British Columbia.
Dated  this   17th day of   September*
1913.
Adolphe Boileau,
Holder of license.
Albert Edwin Jewitt,
Applicant for Traiitiei.
Ist issue Sept. 17, 80 Aaya
The   family  remedy   for   Coushs   and Cold*
'Shiloh coati  do  little   and does   so muchl* PAGE  EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   5,   1913.
C. D. Qoepel of Victoria, is in
■city,
the
G. Sutherland ol Comaplix   is in the
city.
For Baby  cutter  rolies go  to        R.
Howson's.
ATTRACTIONS
AT EMPRESS
There will bt' several first-class attractions at this popular play houe-e,
during the next few weeks. Theati-e-
goerB will do well to keep their eye
onthese columns where the theatrical
news  will   be found.
Boys!      Hoys! 1
from  Howson's.
Buy   your   rfteighl
E.J. Cox ot Glacier, came down the
mountain yesterday.
Mrs. H. H. MeVity will not receive
on Friday tlte 7vh inst.
Geo. Boyd of Arrowhead
on  Monday'.-   south   trum.
The Barrier
The drama of Alaska and the     cold
fields,  "The Barrier.''  which ran     an speakers as the Rev. Dr Chown, gener-
entire season in New York with a not-   hi superintendent til      the     Methodist
RELIGION AND
EDUCATION
Rev. Dr. Chown and Rev. Mr.
Stapleford Address Citizens
in the Interests of Ryerson
College.
11 is seldom that the citizens of Revelatoke have the opportunity oi hear-
ing such eminent     and     distinguished
came  m
able east including Theodore Robert;,
tlie well known character actor, wiil
have its tirst presentation in this city
at the Kmpress theatre, Wednesday
Nov.   12th.
"The Barrier" tells a ftory ot love
in au atmosphere oi mystery, the prin-
ciiuil narrative and plot of which is
supplied by a beautiful young woman,
an army ollicer, and an Alaskan post
trader. A cast ol exceptional merit
Dr. Wood of Arrowhead was register   including  Frank  Ireson,  who  wa6 seen
BUSINESS
LOCALS
Mrs,    A.   C,  Carr of  Malakwa,  was
shopping in  town  Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Midslth of Nimot
North Dakota,  are in town.
ed at tho King Edward yesterday.
The Tennis Club will give a. concert
on December 10th at the Empress theatre.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick returned lust
Saturday from a business trip to the
toast.
Ii yoa want a tuner for piano or
organ, cull on CO. Brownell. or phone
No. 73.
Howson & Co. are showing a most
complete line of childrens' sleighs and
cutters.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shepperd, of
Glacier, are visitors to Revelstoke this
mid-week.
The genial countenance o-f Andy
Craig of Trout Lake, was noticed in
town Monday.
The piece furnishes many thrills and
not few melodramatic moments that
are all the more enjoyable because oi
the substantial quality oi its story
A.M. Brink of Calgary, was notioed' in whdoh additional appeal  is furnish
among the guests at  the King     Ed-  ,;d b-v ,hf f;"t that *bt scenes are laid
wacd yesterday.
here lust sea>on us Father Kelly, the
lovable Irish priest in "The Rosary "
will present   "the Barrier."
A most engaging series oi incidents
sustained by a love interest that ap -
peals because of it6 sincerity,a proper
tangle of plot which is ingeniously ravelled unci then a- urttully unravelled,
ii number of sharp dramatic climaxes,
and real thrills aud above all a capable presenting company including
Frank Ireson, who established himself
as a local favorite last season in the
role ol Father Kelly, lhe Irish priest,
in "Tho Rosary," combine to make
"The Barrier'* the dramatized version
oi Bex Beach's novel of that name one
church iu Canada and hi= colleague,
Kev. Mr. Stapleford, educational sce-
retary of the British Coiumbia confei*-
fence, who addressed u meeting iu the
interests ol tht new RyaJ^on college ,
in the Methodist church, last evening,
audit was unfortunate thai tbc incleui
ency "i the weather together with *
multiplicity oi other engagements prevented so many from enjoying the prlv
ilege of listening Lo those gentlemen.
The chair wa-1 occupied by the Rev-
Lashley Hall, who introduced the
speakers.
in tht beginning of bit audress Dr.
Chown explained that the    boundaries I ~A* ^nglu Tourner.
RECIPE FOR A GOOD FIRE—
Stand s't^ve door wide open; Carefully insert one dry copy of the Mail-
Herald, or two ol the Argus; Cover
lightly with kindling; Light with one
match, if poBsible, two if necessary,
Close stove door and open damper;
When briskly burning, open stove door
and add two heaping BhoveHulls of
COURSIER'S  COAL.
Any family dealing at our store can
obtain groups of dis'hes of English mun
ufacture that will enable tbem to possess a first-class dinner set, free of
charge, This is not ono big prize that
ii ndreds subsoribe to, only one can
win, and doubtful at that;, but is     an
tlir ih;it everyone can take advantage
of. There will be nd blanks ii condi -
tions are observed. For particulars
enguire of our traveler or at the store.
Bourne Bros., Ltd. 2t.
DRY BIRCH WOOD, order nt H.N.
Coursier's.
At :he TruomaD Studio, all portraits are high grade and  guaranteed.
of Canadian Methodistism extended iar
beyond the borders of the Dominions—
from the distant Beimudas to New-
toiinnland in tne far cast. The work
oi the superintendent embraces the -u-
pervision ui the many departments Of
the church's work over this entire territory. The church has been working
valiantly towards the support oi its
various' organizations, particularly its
missions; but this has not satisfied;
greater efforts are to be made. The
slogan for the church tbis year i?  "A
of the best dramatic offerings in years.   -Miliio" |« ■*{■*»■  and a  Mission for
tiec Millions.      Great strides ;.re being
J. Savage of Vancouver, was a vi8'
tor to the city this week, renewing old ' [2th
acquaintances.
in Alaska, the companion oi  Canada.
"The Barrier'' will be the ottering ;t
ibe' Bmpress theatre. Wednesday, Nov.
STAR  THEATRE  PROGRAM
Why do boys buy their sleighs'   from
Howson's?   Because   Howson-   are the,    Tomcht—Trapped in  the Death  Pit,
cheapest and best.
made along educational lines as is
showi by thi increasing number of
educational institutes that art being
built all over the country from .oast.
oast. Tiie chutcr. is everywhere
recognising the fact that in order to
it prove and develop the best type of
manhood it must have ns place in the
educational system o- the .-oein;'v. No
amount of inherited wealth or position
••an take the place of a Christian aria-
loera y built on the dictum of Jesus
1 lhi - v.., ah "] am among you an
t serveth."   Only the live ones
writer, from Vancouver, is in town on
a tour of inspection.
J.H. Cardin of Montreal, is among
distant visitors to stop ofl al Revel -
strke this mid-week.
Ate Wilson nf Calgary aud R. Simp
501 of Arrowhead, are in town. Guests
at  the King Edward.
W. Bowden, a-sistani engineer, Dom-
a government, is making a tour of
thi   Arrow lakes; this week.
in  three  parts,  great      Union  f«-:,tur
The Yogi, cum.- Laundry, Hymuyers  who lives in   of acm
Mr. Hailidav. tin      Insurance under-, w,.,,„.. panoioa      thu- ,i«v   Pumtimi
.l<unnj  t-an.ie-,.      ll.tn-uav, fugitive,-,   ance in lhe : ng of  our  great
in three parts, wonderful Ct. Northen   , ..     • . ling     his
film.   Why  Rag* left   Hon,..-, Twins  ol ,  . ,,.   chown ma      ,    ti p
Double X  Ranch:   Friday.  Women    and   ,.,-., burel     .:.    |     sho**
Wai    .n two parts, great  Bison     101  thi   I       ■ tea today ai
Civil   War  picture.    Dolly's      Burglar.    ,.       .-    ...  „    .   o{  -hf. ^,'j ;>
Bobs    Baby;     Saturday,   Black  Lil ■
Gang, in two parti?,     goo-i   detractive .  .    , out.
story.   Universal  Weekly, Rose at 1$,        .     . , ... .hur..h
Cactus at  ir,    Matinee  2:80;  Monde; . ......   regarding     edu  iti,
The Greater Call, in threi   parts    ■ ..•   ,- •  ....     g   aWB     .,.a.0I1,
Eclair N.W.    tory,        Bobby'    Magi     rl ......
Nickel,    Gaumont  Weekly;     Tuesday,       • t .,     ., L-n.
ilea"    ol     .  Heathen,  Ln tw«
H   Fillett of Medicine Hai, was no- >;reat Powers featurt    Prinoi
lhe Trueman Studio is the house
fc hiyh (lass finish for amateur work
nil prints with white borders.
W( nave a iew secondhand Baseburn-
ers, good as new, tor sale, at about
half price, they are just the thing now
there is iots of bard .oal to be had
and are a snap.   Bourne Bros. 2t.
Revelstoke's home ol art—The True-
man Studio. Call and see us, when
discussiig portraits. Price9 to suit
all.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by the Revelstoko Genera! Agencies, Ltd.
Horse Blankets, robes, sleigh bells,
sleighs, toboggan", snowshoes, etc., a'
Bourne's. 2t.
They   say Sir Walter Raleigh     was
: mai   who learnt  to smoke. —
■ i( i*      oa   ha-n't learnt yet.
The crop is harvested and cars vvill
soon I* hard to get and coai will bc
scarce. Now i-- the time to order H
X. Coursier's.
A thing is worth no more ihan it
will sell for. If the price is toohigh,
it almply will not sell. COURSIERS
SEMI-HARD COAL has the largest
-ale in town s0 it must he worth the
money !
G«t your neatin-, stoves, ash sifters,
coal hods, stove pipes, etc., from
Bourne Bros., they ,-arry the -to'-k aud
d-v the business. 2t.
Mr.  J. Kirke is up from Arrowhead
ona bu-iness trip of a few days.
Mrs.  J.W.  Stevenson is .-lowly     recovering from a Bev ere bronchial  cold.
Dr.  R.   W.  Heard  Wus  called  to  the
winner for the gentlemen. When the
tables were lined up foi" supper it was
discovered that this date was the tenth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Purvis' wedding. Shinning tinware was
substituted for silver and china, dippers, pie tins and dlshpans served their
purpose and were afterwards converted by the waiters into an orchestra
and the hosts serenaded therewith.A few
dances and the lancers brought a very
lively evening to a close. Before leaving,     Mr. Kincaid. as    spokesman for
coast on business Monday ami will b«|,hc guestSi wish(,d Ml.   and Mrg  Pur
vis long life and prosperity and then
invited everybody back to the golden
wedding.
away  all week
Mr. R. Howson bus been confined lo
tho house for over a week with nn at-
taok of rheumatism.
Miss Janet McKuy will not receive
cn the first Thursday ihis montb, bul
on the second  Monday,  Nov.  10th.
Mrs. E.H.S. McLean will receive ou
Saturday afternoon and afterwards on
the second  Saturday  of each month.
Youug "Teddy" Macdonald, son of
Mr. Roy Macdonald, second street, is
in the hospital taking treatment for
muscular rheumatism, m
Mrs. it. Howson contracted blood-
pois'oning in her thumb last week and
has been in the hospital for some
time undergoing treatment.
All members of the     W.O.T.U. are
cordially invited to attend the regular
monthly meeting of the union at the
home of Mrs. A. J. Jones, McKenzie
avenue,  on Friday  afternoon at '.I'-'M
The Ladies' Aid of St. John's church held a business meeting ai tla- home
of Mrs. Frey, Fourth street, 0n Tuesday afternoon. A good attendance
was present and considerable work ae-
complished.
At the Young Peoples meeting held
in the Methodist church Monday evening, Mr. Pagden gave'a very excellent
paper ou "The Eflect of Character towards Permanency." The meeting,
which was well attended was in charge
of the O.B, department.
Mrs. S.Z. Dickson lefl on Saturday
morning to visit in Spokane and Bos.
ton before returning to her home in
St. Johns, N.B. Mrs. Dickson will be
missed by a great many friends who
have enjoyed her aci|e luring
the' months she has been vlsilm... her
-,eii. Mi. J.E.B. Dickson, manager of
the P.  Burns Co.
$10 REWARD
910.00 REWARD-A reward of $10.00
will be paid for such information as
will lead to the arrest and conviction of the parties who tore down
the bill board on Second street, oast
the last  night  of October.— Robert
Tapping.
Nov. 18 and 19—St. Francis church
Fair,  St. Francis Hall.
December 10—Tennis Olub concert, at
the Empress theatre.
Nov ember 28—The Revelstoko Mail
Voice Choir at the Empress theatre.
NOTICE.
Pnt Herd has opened a ladies and
gents shoe repairing shop at 96,
First street, old town.        Oct. 8 lm.
raEftsiaiaisfajajafaraiararajaiHiaianaraieis
SALES and WANTS
10c. lint Minimum 25c.   fash in Advance I
gj
SeEJaeJSJSJaaafaMsjaewiiiiSEiasEJeu
WANTED—At once, a young girl for
light house work.     Apply  Box 403.
WANTED—Young English Lady seeks
situation ns help in private family.
Apply V. PiggOt, Birehlands, p. O.,
lJ-Mile,  Golden, B.C. Nv.l 4t.
The Shakespeare Club met last even-'
ine at  the home of the president,  Mr. j
P.B.  Wilson,  with  au attendance of 2(
members.   The chair wns  taken by Mr
I'lANO LESSONS — On the 1st of
November, 1'rof. A. De Feo, will
start his class of Piano Lessons in
bis Studio at the corner of Second
street and Railway avenue. Phone
202. Thc teacher prefers to teach the
pupils at their own homes.
' I Oct.2'J, lm.
Wilson ami the tirst  iwo acts of King  „,,-,    i,triKtm   mu- „    u   _• i   . o    _
h  TO    RENT—Three    Furnished  Rooms,
Tieed on the streets yesterday.     He is Valley,   Cook      Question.   Hy   3
a guest at  the King Edward. Wednesday,     The Code o: tl
I Tower of Hcrfditv. Mother
Mrs. Chas. Tehl of Malakwa. aud J.   A1„., s,   _  h,   , ■,	
RuG ell   of  Three   Valley,   wen    .'Utside   * - *
visitors at the King Edward Monday.
Remember!   Tuesday the Utb is the
duic of the Whist  drive  to be  held  in
the City HaU by  ihe Ladies'  Ho
a:  Guild.
The  Ladies  Ho pita in ealed  ten :o  '-.-
you ani friend.-  to play  whist  at   'he  del igned, and en<H
City Hall oi th- ,.•■!;.n^ of   the    llth   Wharf at   Aim--*     *
to edu
osi
■ t    of
f    -■ ia,     md
!     en-
.
"
The
Lear read   through  in characier.      At
ihe close of the meeting tea was scrv- .
ed.   The next  meeting will be held at
the home of  Mrs.  Dr.  McLean  on    the
IhlrdTuesday of this month.
Mrs.  W.H. Pratt Was the hostess at I
a  charming afternoon card  party      oui
Suiurday  of last week.   A number of
games 01"  "a00 were enjoyed,   six  tables
playing.   Mrs. j.p.  Kennedy won the
highest score, Mrs. Hem second, and
Mrs'. Tomlinson the consolation. A
[no-trump prize was enpturod by   Miss
well heated, corner Boyle Avenue
and Victoria Road, with or without
board.—Mrs. Robinson. 2t.
FOR SALE—Dry Cedar Wood, any
length.     Phone G., 5. ?
FOR RENT—Eight roomed house,$2r>.
Six-roomed bousV>, $30, eonvenlently
situated.—H.N. Coursier.
LABOR SUPPLY - Contractor for
pieoe work or straight work. Apply
to  Japanese Boarding House, First
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un- Kathleen Sibbald.   All the pretty pri/.
ed and endorsed     "Tender    tor|c8 w'*"' »>uch     admired.   Mrs. Atkins i    street, EaBt.
ructioi   ol     Wharfs a;    Victoria   Ml ■  Holten and Miss Sibbald assist-1'	
Harbour. B.C.,'*  will be received     at;cJttlc hostess in serving a dainty lea.   FOR QUICK SALE—Stock in trade.—
Thu
will
until  1.00 P.M., on Tuesday
•   bi 1913, for the construction     01d-,tt«UoMd  i'*'"'*'"'8 "'*' '">*- »»»•
if Wharf-' at  Victoria Harbour, B.C.    I*"1"'1' a 'h'"* ul  lbu l'aSt*   U8t wtjek
Plans, i attentions and form of conl J!'',C* H:"""'' who inches a mite east
of the city, invited all  his young neigh
tract can    •   teen and lorms o! tender
■ a'    ii       Department and at
neers' ortkes nt   New
Small Goods Music Business. Household cflccts, Furniture, etc. Gurney
Oxford heater, also cook range, almost new, all in good condition. —
Further particulars and inspection nt
Bingham's Music Store, McKenzie av
enue, Phone 262.
of November.
at  this  e
M..ndav.
W.J.  Cur:i ,  piano tuner,  will bein    .. Kructice
th..-    -v  about  Noven Ordei
left at Bewi    i m , j will receive
prompt   attention.
-r.e   Me-:   ■
Don't   forget   tb
in        -   of    hi-       mon  .
turkey jinner ser.-d   •■•
it on M , .-n-s
Th    Revi i itoke     Amat< n   Di
dub ar,   Marling  rehear al    for B t.hre.
act comedy dmma     entitled     "Uncle
h will I*- prodn nd    bort
worth,  Ke.otena*.   I
Pla i
ta bi ti • - . •
tit'.      a*    '
:
ind     '
I ors   in   for an  old-time    busklng-bee.
Everyone went to work as if they had
.. Victoria. BC., Con :'"'SkCdnl1 thi'W UVeS' "ml  ■lCl'ol"l>lisl1- | —
• uilding, Toronto, Out, i ed *"rh """^Wthat     when  the tiddler | FOR SALE-A 24 foot Motor Launch
i.n.-.   Montreal.  P.Q.,' I tun"'1*ul"lb"'" ten o'clock the .baskets |    Seven H.P.,  Fairbanks engine,  with
in  to the Postmaster |   ''''" fu" aml ll**' hinton „11 ,-eady for j    reverse.   Will sell  reasonable.  Apply
iver, B.C. I1'"' '■••mr-   Tl'" *''K corn suppeq serv-1    to F.N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B.C.
the  evening   was an
ns tendering are   notined that
*     n      nal lered unless
od at   the  end of
immense  mccess,   An impromptu pro-
trict
Woi
*
-
Extensive    preparation      nr ■ being
mad'  foi   th.- Whist Drlvi
"HnU  on   Nov. ilth  by   the      Ho pita *
'iuild.    All   are  eoriinlly   ,n-.il.rd      to   '"*
come.    H»autiful  prises m •,.•.. p'» Ol
ed  for. I • .-.• te  !"•■!!.i■• i
Ka h   * t t.   at    :t i ara-d
The Columbia nv. ..   • ,.,^
d*r W.   F. Richardson   has completed  bank, pa] i
its work between  ReveWtoke and Ar-  ourabls th'   Mlnistei  of 1
ri nhead.  and  thi.-     week  are  moving   equal   tot LO of   the
their headqunrters to the lowPr reach-   amoun under,   wl
«■ of th" river  between  the uppei   and   foi Sited il Bring      de •
'•i'11   ol  'i ses  and   -olos   kept     the
nted lormi .-applied. '
1' iuu going,
ual i   natures
'   ani     . , •    >f     At the annual meeting of the' P, K.
;  '■''■"-      u" !•■ ie held Monday evening in tho city
'   l"*u'- ball, the former officers and executivs
■'•"■■•    ofIwere re-elected     with  a few changes
' -' ■*" Mt     Coursioi   was pm in Miss chnst-
■'  "   "  ■   '"■'' bJ •      placo as vice-president, and     Mrs
'il banl Laing and Mis. Curris elected to   till
*'"       Honour- [Wo   Va, ;.   „     ,,n   ,,„.  executive, A
Wi    Works,  e,|- numbei of   name-   were  th.n  added
•' ""* '':' th read; on the executive
whi.h  will  be foi
to
Tbe
a  bai -
: Menu,' el.'-l.iM  ',,   .,,„.,   „n  band, and  the  secretary'    re-
'    aH«d  up   port indicated a good membership.   A
, mei'
statement showed
WANTBD—Smytne's Employment Office, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Office,  First street, Revelstoke,  B.C.
WANTED-Waahing woll and carefully
done nt the Colored Hand Laundry,
McKenzie nnd Victoria Road, Fone
299,
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs.
McDonald, Connailcht avenue, sec
ond door from Second stiett, between First and Second streets.
BIRTHS
■mplete     ths change ol policy was adopted tor the	
'"       '*'*'r   ■"'   wii       by  Which  the monthly  meet - ' GRIFFIN-At   Revelstoke,  B.   C,    on
'       -   return   lng« In tl lty ball will be givon   up     the 29th ot October, 1913, to     Mr..
and  paiior meetings held  instead     in      and Mrs. M.T. Griffin, n daughter.
*    itself  every  part of  the  city.      This  system	
has  been found  most  efficient  in other  ORR—At  Revelstoke B.C., on  the 4th
lower lakes.
The famoii- John P. Clum illustrated let ure on California and the I'm i
flc Slope, has delishted thousands, 11
Next Monduy, Nov. 10th thin illustrated travel talk will bo given in the Pr»s
tiyterisn church. The slides are beautifully xilored and the movine pictures most unique. The public are
dnvited    A  collectinn  will  i«,  laken.
I
•i   Mi t
i.y
e
wrer,
called upon to do  -o,  or  fail lo  torn
. „tracted lot     If   Lha        '■'" I Public 1
tender , •  ,,,    a< ■ pted Uh ttawa, October 27,  IMS
 ting    adjourned      at
of November. 191?,, to Mr. and Mre
Dsvid Orr, Jr., n eon.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
Notice  is  hereby given  that,  on the
The department  doel . itself
" , pt tbe lowest or anj   i nd) •
By order,
R   i*   DBSROCHSIB8,
"tery.
Novemlier  20—"Reedy Monn''   at  the
it Empress theatre.
Nov. 25—The Lawcenoe   Brough
at tbe Empress theatre.
"<».,
rfl"". . it ies.    Th.
i -    i.... HERB, in p. ra.
r, I.ui,.
A  new Fn.   Hundred Olub has just1
lieen organized in the east end of   the
not  !>«■, paid for this /ity.   Fourteen couple-  iorni the mem-
Mi   Ha tbe inneri it r ihout   bershlp, win. h I   limited to aeventab-  first  day of December next,    applic*-
Ing all  wh-.- "..    •   ,»»   io    he       ''""''   Iron   th«   Department. !■"■ .'ind play  will   bs "allixl at    eight   tion    will    be made to the     Superin-
,nd aul  iff •     ot    great      '    kN Ihirtj   p.m.  on .very  second Tuesday. ' tendent.    of    Provincial      Police     for
ihai snjo) ————________^   Fiom  present  Indications,  many a jol-   renewal  ol  the hotel  license to     sell
lahoi  of t.<    '     rfc,   Lawreaoe  Brougl   I .    at  '' ,v,'r,i,,*; wi" '" '".'oyed before    tho liquor by retail     in the botel known
K,,   (•-,, , 'iid of the  -cft..',,n.   The fir-t     meeting   arfthe  Union  hotel,  situate at  Arrow-
. then
Department of Public Worl
Ottawa, Octobei   16,   19 ?,. ' .   _, . °'   ''"' "lub  was  held lB-t  ivninr:    at   head    in    the Province of British Co-
Newspapers will not be paid for this  KAN<*\    DRH8B   BALL   Th-   Fancy,        K~Ib'tfln'   ''*<1'V' "' <b<'    Em'  H'" home ol   Mr*' *'■ Purvis.   Games lumbia.
advertisement  if they     insert  without      rires-   nnil.  under  th/   au pi""     of     W*"*     *atr** were  played    until  11:30     when Miss,    Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
authority from the Dnpartreentl *'"''■ Brig*d« No   1,  will He held on -0""* 23-Mnthe-on, l,ang and Brltton,   Pooti   was found     to have hie-h icon W. J, LIGHTBURNE,
1st iito. OctM 2t. \ I    December 'lid,  I0n t.a, Bmrress theatre. 'for thc ladies nnd Mr.  J. Hume    warf'lst iss.  Oct, 2t>,  30d, Applicant.
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