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REVELSTOUE, B. C. NOVEM15KR
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$2.50 Per Year
POULTRY
Attractive Schedule
The   Revelstoke  and      Arrow
l'oultry  Show, which is to  bo hc
the Revefstolte Drill Hall ou Dei
2,   3   and       t,   promises   to lie' a
Lakes
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record
aucoess. From tbe attractive catalog,
uo and prize schodule just Issued in
connection with this event it is apparent that thc promoters have spared u.e effort which ean ensure' auccesa in
generou hum ure, and lhe liberality of
the prize list Bhould be sufficient inducement to all breeders and landers
In this district at all eventB to com -
pete a; a show Uio awards at which
will carry weight  in ibe poultry world
Six hundred dollars is lobe 'distributed in cash prizes, in addition to
numerous e-ups and specials. A silver
cup i- donated by the Arrow Lakes
l'oultry Association fe,r the best utility pm ie. cons'tst of four hens and one
rooster, of any pure bred stock. This
trophy bas io ba won three limes, not
necessa -ly in succession, to become
the p: i perty e.i any exhibitor, and the
fanciei who secures it will secure also
a reputation which will be the envy
of all. Tm- cup is but one of over a
dozen which nre ofierod on this od-as -
iSon. the cash prizes are' on a liberal
scale', and valuable badges will bo Ltiv-
cn by  thi   B.C.  Poultry  As-o.'iaiiou.
All '■ ii etii ao. well catered for in
tie- ■   in i  there are prizes oftor-
od for iggs nnl dressed poultry. Tho
.-bow - being arranged and will bo
Conduct •■: inder the American and B.
C. 1' •. ry Association rule- and en-
trie- n Baturday, November 29.
Mr. R M. Smytbe is the capable and
energeti - retary, Mr. IO.lt. Oale will
officiate as judge and Mr. R.J. Ballard
idged himself to loyally sup-
ominee e-lios.'ii by tho in ij ir
Nominated   for   the   Islands
Ina convention wliicb required but
two ballots, Mr. W.W. Fostei receive
the nomination oi the Conservative
I arty at Ganges Harbor and as a resull of ihi- iction, the late Deputy Min
ister of Public Work- become the stan
dard-bearer of lhe party at the forthcoming by-election, rendered necessarj
by the mI"\ ation of Hon. Mr, Justice
McPhillips te. the High Court ol Brit
ish Oolumbia. Before lho balloting
look placr a resolution was unanim- Mayor Kilpatrick presided at an ■':
ottsly adopted, by whioh every delegate journed meeting of the ciiy council held
present
1 orl   lh
ity-
Forty-six delegates attended fiom
all part-eif the constituency, and, af-
te i- Mi. R.F. Green, M.I'.. bad been
rominated as chairman, a committee
i a credentials wa- appointed to report on the qualifications ol those' seek
ing recognition a-' delegates. When
llli'ir report Was submitted an objec
tion was raised that the representation
of Saturna, Mayne and Gallauo was
excessive on the basis of one delegate
to twenty-live voter-. A similar objection was subsequently raised with
regard to Thetis and Kuper islands,
bin. by a majority, both objections
were overruled on the ground that the
basis of representation had been fixed
at the meeting held at Ganges Harbor
on October 22.
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The Lawson Account.—Attitude of Bond Holders. -Question of the Special Audit Fee.—
The Rating of Church ProjDerty,—Other
Minor Business Discussed.
[ ed at the last meeting the opiuion was
I expressed   lhat the   council   had      noi
monev to iuve t in  ilus way.   So    tains    ihe  suggestion      thai lho  account
-i ! I bo     let stand over    until  nexi
year, he did not  think that would   be
fnir,
Ali. Bo .in" said thoy bad opportuni
i ie .. iui every iiiouih io spond money in that way and he did not think
they wo ild lose a greal dt al by passing thi - one,
Aid. Horobin moved ihat ibe .ity
clerk bo instructed to inform Mr. Ken
BAANICH DELESATBS
The question ol the recognition of
ihe delegates from the Junior Conservation Association of North Saanlch
wa- next taken up and ii wa- finally
agreed lhat  both the  Junior and    the
on Friday night, in the' city hall,
when there were al-o present Aldermen Horobin, McSorley, Bourne and
Barber, with the city solicitor I Mr.
McCarter)and the actiiiL' ciiy clerk,
Mr. W.A. Gordon.
The couii'il discussed the Lawson ae-
e mint.
Aid. Bourni—Would it not Ive better
to ha'-e elu- opinion of the chairman of
the Kiiianc" committee on ibis thing.
He- ha- taken a strong ground in tlu
matter generally. 1> it necessary t.e,
deal with this thing now at this meeting or can we leave it over until the
regular meeting when we shall have a
full council here. This audit amount
i- a  diflerent  business altogether.
Our report of the remainder of the
proceedings is held over and will ap -
peur in a later issue.
The ciiy solicitor—J do not undei -
-land thai Lawson i- raising auy ob-
jection *.o ihat charge but he has never
been consulted abnut it and Aid. MeKinnon ha- not seen this clause in the
bond.
The Mayor—You will  remember that
The .Mayor—Thi- audit a- ot present
Ie nothing mor.' than a farce.
Aid. Uourne—Tie' only way one
eould deal with auditing would be to
huve something like a moving picture.
Tic auditor cannot tell whether a man
has received money or not unless be
sees bim   take it.
The Mayor—Uon't you ihink thc auditors  duty  should be  to check,    It  is
not a question 0; taking the taxes and
assuming they are correct.
Aid. Horobin—Anybody e-ould do
thai.
The Mayor—Evidently there was a
good deal of that done.
Aid. Horobin—Personally it seems to
1 nedy,   lhe representative of  lhe    Times
that the counoil  was not Ina  position
' to take ud\ intnge ol hi    ■■'■
Aid. Bom ue seconded and the mn -
tion wa   ag i  to.
WATER METERS.
Discussion arose in connection with
a draft agreement regarding iho .-up -
I ly of water to the Miller-Bell syndi ■
cats  properties.
The agreement was Interpreted as
conveying that meters should have to
be put in for each consumer, and it
was pointed out that the co-t of installing meters would be about $35 in
each case, which ii was felt was a big
outlay in  'he circumstances.
The city   so .; !  t he      mai ter
could  b b in either of     tw.e
«a- '.   The ci . .   ake a rder -
. n lum - a t he    ubjei t i     pi I sti ai*
ghl awaj with u bylaw to exempt the
churches. The petition asked also for
ai rear i axe   i i bo v. iped out.
i lie    Mujoi     .fi h    'ie i  nol     ibluk
thej     to thi   i-i •   ■■   \; out
arrears.
Aid. Hot"I'in said 1     tnderstood that
un b ba I i
The Ma-, "i M iny people mighl he in
i a.or of tli ■ dimi b      b ing   exett'p eI,
1 ut not ui tut ;'   ither buildings '-.>u
ni ; i with the churches being ..■* -
ompted. Some size would hav.' to be
agreed upouln  tackling tho matter.
i ;  .    ol    ' "i   said ■ biir.-b build
ings were exempt at present.
Aid. Bourne asked if any of the chur
ches ia i paid their iaxt-.
The acting city clerk said when the
Presbyterian churcb sold certain property the loxes weie-paid ou thai property,  but only on  ihat portion.
Aid. Barber -ai 1 if tbey exempt *'l
churches they mighl as well exempt
buildings round them.
Tlu Mayoi The petition -,-kel for
exemption af 1"" teet by 175 teet.
Aid.  Hoc,bin  th,,ught  tho  Y.M.C. \.
and the churches  should  be  dealt   iviih
accordingly.
Aid. Horobin suggested that   "tie bi]
meter should be positioned on the lead separately,  and  moved
me as if not  only had the auditor been   P'P'' l0 en-urea  check Upon  iln*  waler Aid. McSorley seconded ,,ti.l
negligent  but to a certain extent      tho  consumed in  that  locality  and asked position was agreed to.
finance committee too.   So far as     I  ''llu* council had not abig meter     on The Mayor said his' opinion w
havo seen  from  the past  two or three    band. if the churches     asked for I ■
mouths' the finance committee has on-     Tll('     May°r Bai**    *•-'',,i-  meter on there would beadanger of the
bund represented an outlay of     $700, being  turned >lowi on a bylaw.
which woul,I be quite as expensive   as
installing a number ol Bmall  ones.
Aid.  Horobin—Ye.-,     but you    have
iv pro-
is tit t
much
aia .t<".
Jy  lo  sign cheque-, but the  auditor is
there to find out these thing.-.
The Mayor—What  had wo   belter   do
with this, let us get on.
■is to be show superintendent
Every hing   p..ini-   to    a  completely ion-of the  l-land was doubled.
auccessi       tow, and it  only needs   the Following this, a motion was made
co-op..1..-; q of loe-al fanciers, in whose to adjourn the convention tor tenmin-
ben.'tit  ll    is been primarily arranged, utes, and, on the return ol the     dele-
t<> S'-          ilisation of these anticipa- uaio-. nomination- were -ubmitiod   to
tions which will amply repay the pro- the meeting.   Mr. Orltchley and     Mr.
motors!  ;■ the hard work   ihey     have Spencer  Pert
parent association should be' recognlz- there was a concensus of opinion lust
ed, and eii' h association was given a meeting that this matter had bee*n
voting si length of eleven delegates, dragging so long ii ought to be clotted
while the strength of ihe either divis-   U|, ipiickly, and  [believe  that was the
chief  reason for this meeting tonight.
If it i- iho feeling of the council to
have tb- matter over, the question of
the completion of the account to be
charged, very well, As i understand
jot to be' ,ion,. wi(n i,j
I       atoi      : reliminaries.
'After the Storm
Comes a Calm
Th.
Ival, whose name- were
presented, retired from the race More
the balloting. The name- of Mr. J.
Hamilton, of Fiilford Harbor, and Mr.
W.W. Foster and Capt. Maude wer,.
then presented, and, after two bollots,
the choice of the "invention fell upon
Mr. Foster.
(following th.' delaration of the poll,
Mr. Foster made a -hon speech, thank
Aid. McSorley—li  seems we  cannot
dose it  up tonight very well.
The    Mayor—No, not    thc way     it
stands now.
Aid. McSorley—How are the taxes.
Do you think everything is all right
to close up as far as the books ara
concerned  so far as you can  find out?
The acting city clerk—There are two
oi three instances in which taxes for
certain year- are supposed to be paid
whilst thoy are unpaid for previous
years, and there arc always people
con - w'*° <&y "k"'*' have paid, bflt outside n
few Instances 1 do uni think there is
anything else.
The Mayor—Have you seen all    ihe
people  resident  in  town who  are      in
.arears.
uggesi     Th(, actlng cily cierfc.Yes, all   but
that one
hand.
Aid.   McSorley   -'aid the  only way
After discussion with the rity • ■!'■ i-
tor as to tiie position in regard m
various church properties which tre
not ou a Ijacenl bets. Aid. M •-••:!(>•
moved that the city  solicitor i •:     in ■
n'et B  belated  report   of    the
very itorms   whi.h have  recent
I.         -             much     -uttering on the ini: his supporters for tie- favor   thoy
Bastei               imi  mcr.fy the title of bad conferred upon him and promising
lk„    ,              i            ..  .    ,          u. to do hi- utmost lo seeve the conrtitu
iln' a. i- -non u> be put     be-
■ ■ney if returned.
,oM ,:               '   Publl°  ■?»     *••"*' Resolutions of Confiden s in  the   Rt.
for  the  Revelstoke    Lawn Hon. R,   L. Borden and the Conserva-
T. n                The success of the recent tiVl. government  at  Ottawa, and
it liu
Mill.
Thi   city  -oliciior—You  cannol  simply     say ii     is $120 aud charge    him i
with it.
The .Mayor—I   was going to
to the' council the' advisability of refer
ring the thing to tbe finance commit-• to ^ so flll. bl|t , llo 110t  lhhlk
tee, ihey io moot Mr. Lawson aud go  IS aliything wrou
. ne who-.' representative I  wa-- unable  in*
■e  so  far but I do  not   think  thero
with  ihem.
which water could be sold properly was structed to draw up bylaw- for    sub-
by meter and  Instanced as unsatlsfact- mis-ion  to ratepayers     In  .-t   ■ .Ianee
ory the -ystem under which ihe C.P.R with the term- of the petition , ie\ii u-
wasobtaining  water  from    the     city, ly published, with the exception of ihe
no one knew what tluo cjuuuiity really matter oi arrears.
was whieh Was not  the proper method This  wu-  greed to.
from a business point of view. Al I.  Horobin asked    il ihe    ' ..  bes
The Mayor said tho C.P.R. had gone paid auy  license  for  hall,. ;s>!  for lec-
to a great .leal of expense ln  the mat- tures, entertainment- and   '-;:i ■••-,    nn.l
ter and ih.^t the city luul cause for sat said complaints had been made to nm
.isfaeiion at the arrangement   eome to about dance- in church buildings.
in that ease. Tho Mayor said no'licen-.- v jt,
In reply toa query tho acting     ciiy in  respect of such events.
clerk -aid about  four families were  us-
imr city water in the neighborhood cov
ered by the draft agreement. The     Mayor,                   to the
Aid.     Ii..urn,—Tbey guaranteed   *J0 0j d.a. Lawson's a< ount,
when tiny asked forthe pipe to be put i,ai*  obtained  an affidavit   from
the  persons wbo      irnnsn tion-      w.th
Lawson In regard to payments .j: tax-
pan
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t..e    ,•
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thoroughly  into the thing.   Their   ac- |    A,d    McSoilev-Supposing   the    lin -
lion  WOUld  have to be approved by  the   ;,,„,.  eommittee  takes  this  up,   as    tlle
, ouncil later ou. Mayo,. 8UggedU, and sees Lawsou, and
Aid, Bourne—If Lawsou is'willing to they come' to an agreement  about this
audit with  him, whal  position is    the
city in*'   Suppose  the' commit/tee     ar-
■ ir
tourn othaa regards  attend
ance   an I ihe' general
wa-  taken in the events, proved
the   _ ,.:. 18   ume   \ory   ge.o.l   friends
in tin-        and t be ■ ommittee are i on
tideni thej will  not be disappoint
sd when ihey anticipate a bumper
ati ni,:. i the entertainment which
i- ti> :■■ _. n in the Bmpress theatre
cm W.i .-lay. December loth. Tho
program will be varied and satisfying,
consisting, a- ii present arranged, of
two childrens pieces, put on by Mrs.
MeVity— ainl those-   who have-   teen   leer
previo        '        -in this direction will
jii-ily .'anion- for her work ^e^,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
with  thi     hildren-a duologue entitled  0,,""vl  '"'I been  won by  this Pi
•*Tho Crj tal Gater," and the play foi
Richard McBride and hi- associa
Interest which to- in thc Provincial -. ■•. > niun'tit were
thai possod unanimously, as wa- a •■ordi ,1
vote of thank- to tli" ladies who had
been responsible fen hospitably enter -
taining lhe delegates at a luncheon pre
Mnn   to the meeting.
B.C. Apples
M   In.nor-   have  fallen  tie  British
iluiuhiu applet. A able wa- received by Sir Hi.baid McBrlde Irom Hon.
J.H. Turner, Agent-General la London
to the  eflect   thai   the highest   award-
pay ihai end- the matter.
Al i Horobin—This extra charge'
would Dot ha^o been incurred if this
she'll age bad  not   happened Would  it.'
The Mayor—How much was the total extra'.'
Th.' acting city clerk—$029.
Tik' Mayor—How fur back does that
ranges  to make a settlement if ho     is^
willing  and a-ihe  l>,.nd  holders      arc
anxious to close the matter up.    I- the
city in a position then to dose up and
finish it at   thi-' point?
The  Mayor—  I    ihink the        matter
should     be  held    open.    I thiuk   they
might   clo-e up so  far us   this  audit is
concerned if they e-ai
factory arrangement,
proval of ihe counri
Arising from referen-c to the manner
ia which meter records could be chocked.
The Mayor stated ihat two meters
wero po-itionod iu premises for record
purposes soni"  lime ago.
It transpired ihat theso meters were
put in Aid. Howson's and Mr. Abra -
ham-on'- premfafes.
Aid. McSorley -aid it woufd be nice
to have records of those meter- for information
discussing
es had not been cleared up.
The acting city     clerk said   ■ hc
paid into the bank  in  regard   to
J200 che |ue befd by Laws,.'
on the table.
Thc city -uli. i'or said those . bt
w.-re' deposited but were turned iirv*
the  bank.
Aid.    II..!..len.—It :-     claimed   thos;
heques were taken up and the amount
a nnj city clerk -ai I ii  a
jiie.-
ihe
lies
bj
a the point the council was   reduced to 850, which wa   pai
What   was the u-e ot  put-      T|,e uct ina city clerk
ting in   tesi   meters if  they  did not  gel   ,.J that   the wholo  of   that   -um       Was
tho records. paid    What the  arrangement  was pb-
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S°-                                                         | might  close up so far as  this audit is ll was oc(,|,,oa »*' an amended ng- ou, lBe cheques on account which wore
The .0 ting city clerk—Since the lime  conoerned if they can come to a satis- reemea-  -1""'1'1 he preparedfor submU-  turned back he did not know.
Lawson came,   rhey checked all     '•»•! factory arrangement, subject to the ap rion t0 tho   aex<     mcetln8    covering     The    city solicitor-Lawson   itanda
* thi   roll.                               pmval ofthe council.   The committee Points rai*d during the discussion.       charged with them and tbey werepaid
Aid. Horobin—Would the ciiy   ha*>c  can meet   Lawson and bring up a   re- SEWER TAX                      UI1'
bad to pay W239 in any case?                 port. The acting city clerk-1 do not know
The a rn,    rity clerk-i«0 and »219     AM. McSorley-Thal i- about all we The ma,, er c Mr   Sutherland.   ap- ,hlt  ,„. ,s     ,.lln:,,,,  with tM$.   Th ...
lh, an...   itj M- |      ^ with ^^  prewntit sec.m8_ _  plication for exemption from -wc. tax  ,„. ,.,,„,. receipt,  , ,, have    ■„,
,.  Refer it  to the finance committee   and ,n ,c^,""'1 t" ,'",',,"" DroPert7 was <Us-  i««ued for.   The man claim-  he
lei them go into it.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^_
^^^^m ^e^M-    U,iHe<ll/ee.     ,h..f    *     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m B^k^e^e_
         n\0 tee be
f-B-
ind
mi characters whose title is given above Thi- pla\ lm- never been given
in Revelstoko before, andaWit will be
performed by local talent, assiiledby
Mr. W H. Pease of Kelowna. .who Is
well-kii'.wn in the Okanagan as anam-
ateur . lor) it i- believed thai Revelstoke will be given n histrionic treat.
Ina future notiee it is intended to
gi*." particulars of the caste, but in
the meantime it should l»> added that
tickets  will I n salo at  Macdonald's
drug -tore at lhe following pri I
Reserved -e-at- 75c, general admission
60c. Reserved tickets may be exchang
,tl tor numbered ti'kot ,i Maodonalds
drug -lore on and aficr the Bth Decem-
b. i.
UO] i e.ll.'.      \\ bat   we  found out
not   found   oul   lie.in lhe   all llllll-
the  book-.
-'tnkes no
in open competition at Sheffield
Edinburgh fo. n displ iy ol apples.
Tbe apple- exhibited  were  -el.   I
Mi. BS, Scott, Deputy Miniate, of Agriculture, in the Okanagan Vnlley. (•,:
lowing tb" holding of the recent  -how
,t   Vernon,
Two carloads of this fruil «•:■
11.1 t.. England and will Ik- shown not
only    in competition with other fruit
l inll  parts of the world, but  ns   a   t*'*'*ni-   to  be  moie-  ,,i
aerial di play In the leading 'iti"- of   '"•llt through.
Great Britain and Ireland.
[following the recent successes at
Winnipeg and elsewhere, these awards
nre a proof that the apples of thepro-
> in i' are able to hold 111.■ ir own in
competition with the choicest (rait In
Were  lho full  ulllounls. I
Aid.  Horobin—H  Lawsou is answer
able for any then be i- answerable   for
tho  whole  t 111 li ^.
The acting city derk-They did the       .|nrft LaWfon,
work bu. I .lo not say they discovered     T,a, ;l(.,-n,, c|t
, it-i in ling yel.
Aid.      Horobin—There  may  possibly
fj ''.it "i   .shortage y* '
lb.' city solicitor—lt strikes me   if     The acting city clerk—I     do
. iis-eu. ana, on cne advice ol the   city  off these chequea in imall am,,ant-.
Aid. Horobin.'- Are these amount-  ^i0!*?'^ "".'Id not "mUe   a     Th'- Mayor-Thai w.ll ha
outstanding not liable to   be charged
was
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clerk—No, they   are
hange until  tbe new  bylaw'ame
it w.i- deckled to leave the matter over until that time.
Pin  Hi  V     . ..IllllllttOe'
.■oil"  into  by the     	
iin I  Mr   Ll
Tin- concluded  ihe proc
STREET LIGHT.
U.e auditors had  worked -ince     1909,
tins  would  not have  Ix-.-n done.     The
laxen should be checked iron, thc roll.
The    Mayor—Thi-     Municipal  audit
bs   ol a farce
not
think  -ii. I  bave rfeon nie.-t  of  the i	
pl"  • "in '-rn.-1.    I il,,   not   think      ther.'
can be  more   than  x-Joi1  additional      if
everything outstanding     was charged
up.
The , ity -olicitor—One ra-e mention
Aid. Horobin—Yes, ed I  know of.   The purchaser of   cer-
The Mayor—It appears tome things tnin property took ovei    arrear rates
eould  not   have been  much  worse if the   witb it   but   has not paid  them.
books had never  been audited.                       Aid,   McSorley   moved   lhat   the mat-
Aid,   lie .robin—Thoy   should be aud-   ter be referred  to   the  I.nan uniiiit
Ued every  month an,1 a  complete audit  tee, thoy   io Interview  Law-on  nnd I ry
all  part-  ol  the world.
liis anticipated     wuh the greatest
| confiden     that news of othei nicoesses
l. .............
m
|n MANNING'S.
Whole nl" Retail
■ '■   will bc received very ihortly,
Bi
Bl
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The Literary So.icty asfembled
tb" number ol thirty la-t •
every three months,  Thi- would be a
bettei way.
The Mayor—I Would like to see Ihem
adopt -umi'  -y-'tein  of  Munieipal  book
keep! ig whereby an auditor e-ould real-
it t   things.   Kvery  municipality
i, i   i   >s.■•in e>f ii- own and n seems
and arrange asettlemenl i.f iho   cost
oi ihe extra  audit  and report to     the
 noil.
A|d. Horobin I nded mei the   moduli  was agreed to,
TIMES pacific coast NUMBER
The Mayoi  reported ihat the I'ubli •
Work    co.a.nn tee  had  in-p. i ted      the
alley in which Mr, Butherland I     aal
td a liL'hi might be positioned.     It ap-
peared ihat an extra light
be placed in  the  street     whn-b  woul 1
serve tie- alley  if another pole waa or
e. to I there.
i in lb ■ moiion of Aid Bai bei. ... -
onde I bv Aid. McSorley it wa dc. i le I
that a pole be erected at the north aids
ofthe e'ast end of th,'alley ,.n Block
.'!7 io enable an extra light to be add-
.'il to the streel lighting system near
lhat point.
\   VOMI'I.AINT |
Regarding ti omplaint of flooding ■
of pre'in  ei whi.h was attributed     to ■
excavatii    at thc -,tcof the new Ma «
..mc  temple, the Mayor reported  'bat If)
in lu   opinion tb" work referre I to had ■
Mi.-- Maude Puraey and Mr. Alfred
W..is..n were united in main eg>- at the
.une nl Mi ,r.ei Mrs, Wm. Bridge, e,u
Monday evening, at So'clock, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. 0.
A. Procunlei .a Bt, Peter's churoh,
t.otiiMi. ind Ml Wat-on'- home hus
been in Revelstoke and will be I., "- ai
lea-i thi- winter. The wedding irifi-
were many including on II silverware from friend? an.l relative! iti
England. Aft.r the ceremony there
» e- | : ept on at which many friend*
participated
Wo   have ,,    la'ge      biptiionl
■ i   ...eel eating npples In   loci
.lonal bans   ol   In ..   tpuilily   at
KI U pe.  box,
Choices!   fruit   at
a
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ii.c home of Dr. McLean,   The reading to   bs possible to   defraud the pubHi
ol lb- third aei of   "King Lent'' by tb" iinelth"   auditoi not   catch   ihem.    This
bars tei   In lhc art, waa followed by I   not  the only Instance where    ihere
ai nnlmated general cHecussion    A few i*.a- i n .rouble,   l. ought lo bs po*
musical  numbers wan   given  by      Mr -ible te, hnvo some-now system    that
Bee the Window ip piny ol    ■   u     "" ^n   L.V, Wood, and Mr, H, would tafeguand ihs public Interests a
Parker, and*  dainty  tea seivo.l     by little moro.
_ Mrs, McLean.   Tin* nexi  meeting will
MANNING'S.                    I         '•"''* n"xt  Tn.s.lny   ii.lv   n'      Mr-.
aj  MCote't-'.  nod afterward! ths   club
In connection with the offer received   nothing todo with tlie flooding   com
at tho la-t meeting re advertising    In  plain'.1 of in premisea in that  vicinity.
Le Pacific coast ntimbei of the   I.on-
■naBivunnnniiiiiii »<» <»-{ ■■■'•■ ■•'•n it»Twe«ar
The city  solicitor     stnte.1 that  the
Mmin ipal Comm.--.on        recom-
mended  bringing     in a bill to     apply
to municipal accounts.
i'.u Time-, ii was reported that > com
munication had now bee., received tal
ing that il the council desired the an
uum of an advertisement might be lefl
ovor to next year accounts. H	
The Mayor said  ihi- was ln    regard   urewouldben issarj eflect
CHURCHES   AND  TAXATION.
Tbo Mayoi   tated that about a mon-
i li agO   i       Mm,,      . .    -a ,|i,,| upon        th"
e ouncil about gl m.   the churches   ex
emption f. om t.i\ it ion.   What p
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loan adverti-einent  and  write up in a
ipcCial  number.   When  it  wns dlSCUSI-
ihat.    Would  it li'  a --ary  to
B bylaw
01 ... H-. you know we serve eleli ieui- nlternoon toa,
hot chocolate an l ,11 kin I- of
hot drinks. Just received, a
f.esh ihlpment    ol Cadbury'i
hocolates, Th" best $1 box
in  the .ity.
OBT  IT  AT
THK,  SUGAR BOWL "
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19,   1913
^
Bews' Drug and
Stationery Store
"Jhe Hexall Store"
OFFERS a full display of Christmas Cards and
Calendars, entirely new and ofthe most
unique designs.
REVELSTOKE Calendar, with three handsome colored views, boxed ready for
mailing    5oc Each
REVELSTOKE View Xmas Cards,  per doz.,
 $1.50
XMAS    POST   CARDS   -25c   Ter   Dozen
XMAS CARDS—35c a dozen up.
 i	
Boys' and Girls' Own Annual, Chums, Chatter
Box and all the well known books for
boys and Girls.
HANDSOME DISPLAYS OF FANCY GOODS
Heavy stocks of Fine Leather Goods, including
Ladies' Aligator Bags, Coin Purses, Gents'
Wallets and Card Cases, Collar Boxes,
Folios,    etc.      Souvenir   Leather
Goods and   View   Hooks   for
the      Foreign     demand.
Quality Comes First at
/Jews' Jfrrug & £ook JVore
WHO HAS
A SELF-FEEDER?
FEED IT WITH
COURSIER'S COKE
bt
WBS82FZ3.
[^XOe£IL Store    I
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FREE ™'< FREE
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers, We
will send absolutely FREB
a pair of well known English Kill Cloves to the first
5l) purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$4.75 or $6.75 each.
Post Free—Worth Double- Post Free
These dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra line fibres and
come in black and white in
two sizes.
14 inch Plume $4.75 or J for $8.50
ill inch Plume J6.75 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   Ospreys   Samples  at
$5.50, $6.50 and $8.50,
Send us vour oh! feathers to
be curled,  cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate.
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
810 Robson Streel
VANCOUVER, B. C.
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
The 580-year prison sentence imposed on CM. Summers, president of tho
First National Bank of Juneau, Alaska, for mis appropriation of funds has
been set aside by the Supreme court.
Thc indictment charged fifty-six offence- nnil tho trial court sentenced
liiin to live years 0n each. Tlle Supreme coun held lhat only one count
should have been included in tho indictment.
The national hoard of underwriters,
ihe association ol mutual companies,
and the special committee of state com
mlsslonors, at their mooting at New
York beard a proposal that tire rated
Bhould be Increased, so as io allow
oomp inies to nei aside a fund i<> Ihs
drawn up after big conflagration^.
Charles L. Case, United States rep ■
reseniative ofa London compnny, who
mail.' tho suggestion, Bald that during
lho 10 years his .-ompany hail done
business in this country, up to the
time ol tho Ban Francisco fire,it. bad
unci.' a profit of 84,000,000, but that
lhe lire hail wiped 0l.l this profit mid
cost the company $l,il00,0ll() more.—
"Such afire," snid Mr. Case, "is liko-
ly lo happen at any time in almost
any one of our largo cities. I ihink it
is our duly to start a fund which shall
bo used in such fires. Otherwise the
same thing will happen again, many
companies ruined nnd many people
with  policies unable to collect.'*
isiaiaia'-siafciiaaiaiasiaiHfpjara^
I CARDS I
Era**fi2raJi^i2raJi2J3J3EEM^
MISS  TKYPHOSA PARKER
Pupil   of  Signor  Giovanni  Clcrici,  K
C. I,, Hon. R.A.M. of Florence
anil London.
Vis,its    and    receives    Pupils   for
Voice  Production   nnd  Pianoforte.
For terms, etc., apply.
BOX    301*,    ill,    FIRST      STREET
EJKBBBK-* 1
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing AgentScJ,*1'
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO rtOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND  SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 7!
TOHN LEE
DEALER  IN
SILK GOODS
ttiest  designs
Legal Forms
purpose are rented
,1 hy the Mail -;;
lifferent kinds
ices.    We specialize in
LADIES'   TAILORING
AND DRESSMAKING
.elusive,
- is and evening
'rom*
teed.
JOHN LEE
O. B. N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Otlice: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   JI.It.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 20.-,, Telephone 313. Reveletoke
BURGESS    AM)   TAGGART.
Civil Enrjinoers
Dominion and  B.  C.  Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors,
P. 0.  Box 317        Kamloops, B.C.
Branch   Office—Wataon   Realty   C«.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, No.  1085
LOYAL ORDER OF JIOOSE
Aleuts every first and third Tuesday
in St. Fran-: Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
A.  R.  Grant, Die.
H. L.  Haug, Sec.
Sehool of    Music an.l    Oratory, under
Direction of
PROP. C. O. BROWNELL.
Teaching  Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice
b tei .n . ..- and Speaking,
Coaching Playa and Acting. tit.
Francis   Hail   on    Mi.Keny.io   Avenue.
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR LARGE EALL DISPLAY
I 12    1.0.0.   K.
Meete every Thursday evening Id
Selkirk Hall at. -; o'clock. Viaitlng
brethren cordially  Invited.
0MB, N.O.
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A. 0   BROO .e.ll. H"' rotary.
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I linn are
•U'*nd
rAMi        i.Tvuft, o.o,
ll   W   EDWARDS, Clork.
Jr'Reid SSL young ^
T     Ml        l BOBIH,    NO.  I«l.
OF  1.  0   r
Meetl lo i 0 0 P*. Hall nsxt to
Tapplng'i Opera House fvery second
• n.i fourth Monday in month, Visiting brethren cordially welcomed,
H. V. MORGAN, 0. R.
WM.   H.   OAMERON,   ItM.-flte.
HARVEY,  McCARTER * ('OMPANY
Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.
—Oil)'
Imperial Bank Ulocl<,  Rovelstoke, B.O,
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 26c 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, ■'* lbs. for $1.00.
Our Electric Coffee Mill is making lots of friends
grinding out Monarch Blend and Java Coffee at
50c. per lb.
Let us quote you on Apples, Potatoes and Vegetables for the winter. Choice Stock. Prices
Kight.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to   announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street anil Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timher, etc. It will pay you to
Call ami get particulars, and jejet Jn on ground lloor priees.
We also make n specialty of listeil pioperty.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President, Sec. Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Iltvays the   'Best
"Shamrock" 'Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
a jaaaaaDaaaaaanaaQ
»l»l«l»:fl*.l«i,l»|M|a;M|M|W|»r«l..l..l«l..i«l.i.i.i»ki
FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre is Offering
Kelley's Corn Flakes, per package     10c
i luaker (lorn Flakes    IOc
I, iunili\ Starch iu fancy 1 lh. tins     60c
Pure Chicory, real genuine, per package !0c
Brazil Coffee, 3 Ihs. for JI  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
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Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine assortment of
Freeh .Meats the hest that
money can huy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19,   WIS
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRB*
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OPERA
ONE   NIGHT   ONLY
England's Foremost
Light Comedian A*
Mr. Lawrence Brough
and his c>411-English Company
in the famous Farcical Comedy
by Sir Francis Burnand, (Late
Editor of " Punch."     &    &
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HOUSE
Monday. Nov. 24th
"The.Lady of Dstend"
Preceded by the Comedy Rehearsal
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'love inaRailway Train
Seats now on Sale at Macdonald's
Drugstore.        BOOK NOW
Prices:
m
$1.50 to 50c
j
TO  THE  ladies::
1 wish to call your attention to the fact that 1 have secured
the agency lor the famous French corset, "Le Furet," direct
from l'aris, and cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, elastic and hygeinicqualities it has no equal,
1 daresay, if you'll come and Inspect same, that you will say
it is the hest you have ever seen.
Oet a "I,e Furet," the newest and  hest,   from   l'aris.    They
jjuurd your figure, health and purse.
I have aliout half a do/en samples to  show  you  and  it   will
take ahout six weeks after ordering.
—       wAnmminril LADIES1 AND GENTS
H. F. MORTENSEN     tailor
ACROSS FROM THE  "CLUB."
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Offico   Toronto, Ontario.
 1	
Capital Authorized - 10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up 6,952,000.00
Reservei and Undivided Profits      8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, ainl Interest allowed at
lurrent rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
^<H>0<H><><KH><KH><K)-0-OK>0-6
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,000
85   BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A GENERAL DANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT.  . ]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEV ORDERS J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
Scene  from  "Tur: Girl in the   ^xi"
At the Empress Theatre, Sat-, Nov. 22.
WHITE 5TAR'^m LARGEST STEAMER^CANADA
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. Laurentic 15.CC0 Tons)      New S. S. Megantic
First Class-$92.50.        Second—*53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teutonic Twin Screw S. S. Canada
582 feet long Steamers 514 feet long
Only One Class Cabin 111) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
The White Star Liner S.S. "Canada" sails from Portland, Me., Dec. 2nd and
Halifax, N. S. Dec. 3rd.
The new S, S. "Megantic" sails from 1'ortlaml, Me.. Dee. lith, and frum Halifax, N. S., Dec. Till, carrying all classes of passengers.
S.S. "Teutonic" sails from Portland' Me., Dec. 1 Illli and from Halifax Dec.
1 Ith, carrying Une Class (111 cabin passengers and third class
The S. S.   "Canada" carries one class i lllcabin and third class passengers only
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets. Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES, 619 Second Ave., Seattle
Revelstoke General Agencies—C, p. R, Tickkt Agent, Revelstoke
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 GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Ranges.
The Ideal Christmas Gift
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. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Hut there are still I few people who dont
know what 11 safe combination Bells Bread
ami   New  Zealand  Uutter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208 QROOER & BAKER Phone No. 23
YOU'LL   FIND IT  EASY
to prepare delicious macaroni,
spaghetti, etc, if you .net vour
supplies from this grocery, I'or
all our staple an 1 table dainties
are fresh ami sound, We carry
no stale foods which nobody can
cook well but only the freshest
and best. A trial order will
benefit us both.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41        . Box 734
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
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
Howson <2& Co., Ltd.
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COAL COAL COAL
COAI.
S   ATISFACTIOX
G   UARANTEED.
R   ELIABLE
O   NLY;
B   URNS
B   RIGHTLY ;
I    N ALL
N IG H T
S   AFELY.
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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 four
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  19,   19V3'
PN lUCAttTOFCITY
HOTEL SAVOY
SEATTLE
Twelve ''     l.ilGomlorl"
"    enl igg—tlientrua
ami toi . b. Me., .. Building
iilxilutely fireproof—(joncreto.Bteol
and nmi'blc.
EOROPBAN PLAN—JI por d.yBp
Wllh Botha—52 per c!.:y up
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I'l'llUStlBH   WKDNKSDAY    AMI
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KKVKI.ST'lkK.   II.   C,
it will probalily surprise you lo know the cost of a bad sleeve
in exci Bive coal bills iluring the winter. There are plenty of
reasons wh> one stove will burn more coal than another,
I in nnd let in explain why our stoves are more econom
ical th a  i     olhii■
I selection of good stoves and  thut  will  cost 1 you   no
mon tli in ll al devouring kind.
Stores for Hard or ~f oft Coal
or 'S&ood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
■ •*.- Q -*:.' *
jntciloi' iPubiuMMuo Company
.1.  K.  JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH  tl.   SORUTON,  Editor.
ZPLE-A-SIE    isTOTIE I
We havo accepted the exclusive Agency in
this districl for the
Coal
This Coal cannot he equalled for heating*
purposesand this ifl Uie lirst time any has
been offered for sale outside Canmore as
thu C. P. R. took all the outputjjpreviously.
Price,, Per Ton
Special Quotations for Carload   Lots.
$8.00
Ilie Rovelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SI'!;:\1.D   Prbs.    Phone 12    J. 1). SIBBALD, JR , .Si<:_\
i wrr%L •,_-:;c?r.^«.r.je'.~r.-:r:T*i^OTF*j*i^i^^
FIT
STYLE
SERVICE
"Every pair backed up by the maker"
McRAE    MERCANTILE   COMPANY
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WEDNESDAY,   NOVEMBER   19,    L918
.Munieipal matters aro naturally at-
ii'uctiiijj kci'ii uttontion just now, Partly because of regrettable disclosures,
II which, ttiouoli of long standing havo
only uvently nn ii made publio, and
partly beacuse of the approach of the
elections. We thiiii; tha policy adopted oven If belated, of lulling ihu public fully inlo the confidence oi the coun
nl m connection with ilie' business and
finances oi tin- ,-\t\ not only wise,
Iiiii ilu' only poliey calculated to promote that confidence I 'tween rntepay-
."- and councillors which is essential
to successful municipal government.
The public have a right to know what
■ I is being done and what hus been done
I with public iuiiils, an I the withholding
/■nt details only promotes dissatisfaction anil suspicion, ami gives rise to
exaggerated rumor a to tbo real
state of affairs. A striking example of
this Is io be Been In regard to lhe uneasiness which hus been created owing
to the non-publication ol the long promised special report of the auditor.
Moid lis ago the i ouni il decided to call
for a special report and to make it
pubMi when ii wus furnl ibed. The non
iie,"' U unco of that report has given
rise to   ili    orl   oi  wild rumors     .and
exaggerated stories, w li ,,n..      .h
I roduetion  of the  i-.-port will  allay ond
the sooner that   reporl is made  public
the better for all  concerned.     The re-
our read wen' informed
h hum repoi l of  the pr,,., edings
of tl     i "i.n n       wa    pre ented    some
V. leOH       lee'-,'|M(.,l
with ,n piiiii s                 ■ re,ni,'iii-.    We
  ■ *   all   the in-
Xl_   I n ii,, h ba   bei n
i j m * in s      an i
tf huvi       ne so, in | u   lance   of
t  '
ur  readers
I   local  af-
the
Z il fill     its
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The Curve that Makes
the Difference
Looks like just a casual,
unimportant bend in thc
holder, eh ?
In reality it Is one of the
most important things in
razordom — the subject cf
basic Gillette Patents — and
the cause of the wonderful
adjustability which is an
exclusive Gillette feature.
Gripping the blade close to
its shaving edge;;, the curved
outer plate bends it d wn (
to the toothed guard, and
holds it ABSOLUTELY
RIGID. This prevents lhe
vibration which   makes other
razors pull and cut unevenly,
and is cue cf the chief reasons
for Ihe velvet smoothness of
the Gillette shave.
Quite as important is the
adjustability. Screw the outer
plate up tight and it holds the
razor edge right against the
guard,   giving   a   very   light
e.    As you loosen it you
give the blade mere and more
"I; Id",     o   that   it   shaves
cl ser and closer.  Thus every
msn I an adjustment
actly suits his beard
a thing he cannot
do   with   any  other   razor
in the world.
*
Your Hardware Dealer, Jeweler or Drur*gi*t can show you
a Gillette onsortment - Standard Sets at $5.00 - Pocket
Editions at $5.00 to $6.00—Combination Sets at $6.50 up.
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED.
Office and Factory—Thc Mew Gillette Building, Montreal.
; 3
MCWtU lotL't,
Wh.
I    At J. Guy Barber's
' Expert Watch Repairing
(MMnm
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
j
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LumL
umoernien
I* will . i to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C!
> afore bn; Ing jront outfit  of working   c', it] -
lor thr hush.    I make a
specialty    ol    bogging
Bhoe it. Shirts
Blankets and everything
required In vourbusinees.
O
inter Suits arc warm in
texture aud warm in colors.
Beautiful Browns, Grays and Heather
Mixtui Rich Worsteds and Scotch
and Irish  I weeds.
The   choicest   styles   of   the   season
ranging in price from $15. to $35.        872
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J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Drayin^
Handling Pianos, a  Specialty
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Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnuueht  Avo.    -      ,.>vol«»toko
W.   PARKY
a.uctionbhk   ani. valuer
McKknzik Avbnuk
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY   CONDUCTED
I BUY EVERYTHING
\nnis  Goods   just   arrived
Cups mnl Saucers, per dozen    $1.25
Plates from  65c up
Policy < llasaware, from  ,2V iij»
NI{W FURNITURE
Rockers (armed) Mahogany or iinU	
 .'... .....4.00 <*ai*t«
Dressers and Stands from.... .$10.60 u|>
L,ounge8, from $ fi.Sti u)>
Bed Springs (new) from    .  ...* j..sii u|>
Mattresses, from $ 2..s.s u|>
Cotnpareour Prices with Eastern lirms.
Sawing Machines  for  sale or  rented
l>y the month.   Goods stored.
W,  PA RRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, ll. C.
C<.n.eV*  I
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BS SERVED
ao promptly and perfectly .is vou are
at this restaurant. And the service is
only a foretaste oi
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL EHJOY
It is snid lhat the way to :, man's
lie ent is through bis Btomach. Wear*
sure to reach yours :( you'll drop in
,eiid try oui Mile,I fare. li perfect vicinal'., perfectly cooked ond perfectly
served, "ill gain ymir friendship, we
ii i- absolutely sui e of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (i. Tiuakibon Manager.
AFTER THE FIRE
', '..rd
up lev nue .el our   in .   lii ies
We repn  ent the
BEST   INSURANCE   COMPANIES
and, while our rates are low,  reimbursements arc prompt ainl sure.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. r. Ki\< ui', Manager,
Kd iftm
Nov. 17—"Whal IIa|i|)di.e(l io Mny,"
EinproSi  thi'alro.
Nov.  is and 19—Bt.   Franela    church
Pair, Bt. BVaneia Hall.
November -<'■■ Scotob  dance at  Opera
1  lllllMC.
Nov. 2*2—"Tho (iirl in the Taxf.j' at
the Empress Tlmatre.
November 24—Lawrence Hrough, i»—
"The l.,'nly eei Ost«nd" at ihe opera
llullsC.
Nov. '25—The LaWcence Brough io.,
al the Empress theatre.
November 28—Thc lievelstoke Mail
Voioe Choir at the Bmpren theatre.
December 1, one Week—Summer stock
OompaBy,  Empress   theatre.
December 3rd—Firemen's Annual Ma»-
querade Hall, in the opera house.
Dec. 8—Thc Pink Lady, at the Empress theatre.
December 1"—Tennis   Club concert,  at
thc Empress (heatre.
Deo. 2.')—Matheson,  Long ond  Hritton,
EmpreM theatre. WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  19,   1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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Everything in Gift Goods
in Holly Boxes
TAKE THE ELEVATOR
c.
s Department
ume $ Co., limited
We Will Lay Aside Anything you select till Xmas
TAKE THE ELEVATOR
Big Toy, Fancy Goods and Christmas Bazaar now Open on ihe Second
Floor. Bring the Children to See the Toys. Biggest Display Ever Shown
in the Interior of British Columbia.   -    TAKE THE ELEVATOR.
Bi(] Toy Bargains
for Friday and
Saturday
A lot of Toys slightly
damaged, all on a table
at Each	
25c
Take the Elevator
New Tweed
Dress Materials
20 pieces of New Dress
Materials, 40 in. wide,
in all the new blues,
greens and browns.
75c and 85c goods for
50c
Special display of Xmas
Handkerchiefs, just as
you step off the Elevator
in
Towels
Fine White Turkish
Towels. 36 x 23 in.
Perfect goods, pure
bleach; nice for bedroom or bath. At
per dozen	
$2.00
All Wool
Blankets Gloth
52 inches wide, in tan,
brown, grey, red, blue,
scarlet, etc., for bath
robes, children's coats,
etc.   Per Yard	
$1.50
Ladies' Fancy
Neckwear
Always appeal to the
artistic taste. All this
season's novelties are
here in variety.
25c to $5i
We will put away anything in stock that you
may select and send it
home to you when y~ou
want it.
Big Linen
Sale Now On
Everything  in Fine Fancy
Linen   from   the    smallest
Doylies tu the finest snow
white full sized Table Cloth
;it I ig t. ductions. Some
very nice small pieces of
. . i- whisc linens in holly
boxes, .it
50c, 75c and $1
Take the elevator
JT "WS
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SPECIAL XMAS OffERINGS
Our full range of Xmas goods are now to hand and we
are now prepared to offer you the choice of this season's
specialties in all lines at prices which can compare with any
of the larger cities. Right now when our stock is complete
and before the holiday rush commences, is the time to select
your gifts.    All articles put up in special fancy boxes.
HOUSE SLIPPERS (or   men.   women   and children  in
tther  ami   felt,     All  the  comfortable,   nobby
lines, in newest lasts and designs." A full line of fkece
and lar lined moccasin slippers.
Prices from 50c to $3
WOMEN'S  SATIN  ANU V LVET  EVENING  SLIPPERS
in the new lasts and different shades.    An idea]
Xmas gift
Price $3.75 to $5.00
MEN'S NECKWEAR" All that is newest, most serviceable and .up to-the-minute we have. Velvets,
crepes, knitted, accprdian knit, and the newest in
patterns are here. Let us show you our line of
Atkinson's poplins direct from Dublin.
Prices 50c to $2.00 each
MEN'S MUFFLERS. .New patterns, new designs, new
shapes. The most for the money. See them be
fore you purchase.
Prices 50c to $5
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS.  Silk, linen or excelda; plain
or fancy borders, either with initial or without.
Boxed separately or by the quarter or half dozen
Prices 15c to $1.50 each
MEN'S GLOVES.  We are sole agents for Di nt's >' .v
in this city, and wecanassui ■ *. well-
known  firm  have  nevi r l line.
Either in mocha, cap.*   or dog-skin; lined or tin-
lined.    Silk, fur or knitted linings.
Prices $1.50 to $3.50 par. pair
SUSPENDERS.    Either singly or th   garters
and    arm   hands.    Put   up   in   beautifull
no xes.
Prices, 75c to $3.50
LEATHER GOODS   A full  ra ige es,  Billhooks,
Collar Bags,   Handkerch .: Boxes,
Military  Brushes,   Travelling Se   .    Everything
for the man or hoy.
Prices from 50c to $10
SMOKERS' SUNORIES-!' 'ouches, Cigar
\     e;, Pipe Sots.     i* Smoker.
Prices to Suit All
Our* Grocery and Crockery" Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
12 Ounce Tins Nabob Baking Powder.    Per tin 20c
12 Ounce Tins Schilling's Baking Powder.    Per tin 30c
Soused Herring.    Per tin                     IOc
Herrings in Tomato Sauce.   Per tin   IOc
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 £& Blackwell's Orange in 7 lb. and 4 lb. tins, I and 2 lb. Jars.
Keiller'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.
Two More Shipments of China
Haviland Limoges,   Bowl,   Celery   Dishes, Pickle Dishes, Spoon Trays, Cream and
Sugars. Tea Pots, ('ake Plates, Comb and Brush Trays.
ENGLISH CHINA—OPEN STOCK DINNER WAKE.
'••7-Piece Dinner Sets  Prices from $7.50 to -25.00
Teapots. Milk Jugs, Cream .lugs, ^ups and Saucers, from        $1.50 to $6 per Dozen
and lots of other nice pieces too numerous to mention.
NEW GOODS THIS WEEK
25 Pound Pails Mincemeat for hotels. Heinze's Mincemeat by the pound.
Wagstaffe's Mincemeat in 5 lb. Pails. Empress Mincemeat in s lb. pails.
Wethey's Mincemeat (condensed), by the Package.
NEW HONEV -Deadman's Comb Honey in Quart Sealers and  one Ib.   Sealers.
NEW JAMS    Robertson's, in 1 Ib. jars and 4 Ib. tins.    Wagstaffe's, in 5 Ib. tins.
Car of Apples, very heavy boxes.     Red Grapes.     Green Grapes.     Sweet Potatoes.
Cranberries.
Christie's Biscuits. Car of Wheat, Bran,  Shorts. Oats.
Ginger. Lemon,  Green   Figs.   Tangerine,   and    Orange   Shred   in   Jars.
Try Our 0 0 Coffee. 45c Fer Found.     Try Our Sunbeam Tea, Red, Good, 40c per lb.      Blue, Best, 50c Fer Found
ntx.Mii PACK SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  19,   1913
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 bp found atthe
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.
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Irons   guaranteed tor ever.
PR1CR    0 LB. IRON   S3.90
A.G. DUCK
Estimates given free.
Hagic
BAKIN6
Safety of Life at Sea
Alexander Johnston, 'deputy minister
of marine ami fisheries, represents Canada nt the international eonfeienre of
safely nt sen which 'began at thc (ore-
lign oflloe. Lord Mersey, who conducted tlu' BritiBh enquiry into the Titanic disaster, is presiding over tho conference, which includes over 100 dole •
gates, Eleven countries besides Great
Uritaiu are represented.
The delegates have a big task ahead
of them, tlie subjects lo bo considered
Coming  under  the  following  headings:
Boats  and life-saving  appliances.
Bulkheads and watertight compart -
ments.
Fire extinguishing appliances.
Kflieient manning of the boats.
Hoat drill, tire drill nnd bulkhead
drill.
Extended use of the wireless telegraphy.
Assistance lo ships In distress.
Ice winnings  to ships.
Steamship routes to be observed.
On many of these matters there is
no principle at stake, "boats for all,"
tor instance, being an accepted policy,
as is the necessity {or compulsory wire
less. The conference will aim at a
uniformity of practice nml will try to
decide to which vessels these compulsory regulations  are to extend.
With the Lawrence Brough Ci
You Can Solve the Christmas Present Problem
Easily and Cheaply at the Trueman Studio.
PHOTOGRAPHS are greatly appreciated at Christmas time, and make an
EXCELLENT GIFT.   Good cabinets from $5.00 per dozen.
We have a fine assortment of Cards and Mounts, with or without greetings
and the QUALITY of our work is UNDISPUTED.
The GIVING of a Calendar containing the Customers' own PHOTOGRAPH with each sitting for not less than $3, proved such a GREAT
SUCCESS last year that we have decided to repeat this FREE GIFT,
commencing Monday, Nov. 10th, 1913.
A. DOUGLAS TOURNER
The Trueman Studio.
Corner McKenzie Avenue.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
I'OK
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT
HALYC0N HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled andj.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.
/7s
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FORCED   OUTTT
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Oh!   That's Right!    I am Forced to sell in TEN DAYS
My Stock of Goods New and Secondhand
"\T^-LTJEID   .A.T   $1,600
t he Disposed of. - The prices as follows will tell you I mean to sell out.
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FIRST ARTICLE
5-ROOMED
COTTAGE
THAT I OCCUPY
I WILL SELL FOK $150
Anyone Buying same musl - ith.
W. PARRY
Auct
loneer
Sale Starts Tuesday Morning at
9 o'clock, to 20th inst.
$250   of   New   Fancy   Glassware and Crockery from   10c Up
ing Machines, in working order,     from $5 up
New Lounges, Oak Frames $0.50 each
New Brussels Tapestry Squares from $8 up
New Rockers, mahogany and oak ,$3.50 each
Springs  from 12.25 up
New High Hack Diners  $1.25 each
Kitchen Chairs  05c each
Dressers and Stand  for the pair, from $9.50 up
Parlour Tables       from $2.00 up
Three* Piece Parlour Suites $12.00
< look Stoves ami Heaters from efS.SO up
Iron Bed Springs and New Mattresses     from $8 up
Feather Pillows, 6 11). weight        $2.00 per pair
i. tension Tables  from *4.50 up
Hall Stand   one only) $7.00
Cold-Killed 17-Jewel Watches   New $4.00
and Lots of other goods too numerous to mention.
LOOK AT THE PRICES!
THEN GET BUSY!
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THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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EMPRESS   THEATRE,  SATURDAY, NOV. 22
The Sensation of Three ^Continents
Now in its 2nd. Year in LONDON
One Year in Paris and New York
The Complete New York
Caste & Scenic Production
Seat Sale Now Open
at Macdonald's & &
"THE GIRL IN THE TAXI"
GUARANTEED
TO   MAKE    LAUGHS   GROW
WHERE   THEY    NEVER
GREW   BEFORE
MUSIC THAT YOU WILL WHISTLE AND SING
SHE NEVER HAD AN EQUAL
Take a Trip Thru   the Ocean  of
Laughter; it will cure your grouch
PRICES
Boxes and Balcony
Reserved Seats
General Admission
■     $1.50
$1.00
75c and 50c
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KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
News in Brief
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
W. Featberstone and E. Agnes, sailer* from thc Wexford, aro doing time
in the Port Arthur jail, while their
more sober companions on the boat
are drownod in Lake Huron. The night
before the vessel sailed the pair were
arrested for being drunk and not hav-
iiiL** enough money to pay their fines,
were sent 10 jail for 21 days. Three
! days after thoir arrest the boat was
I lost withall hands on Lake Huron.
It' John Mullen Buffered any Ul-effeots
from having a lapaa metal side and
'part of the body of a harmonica jam-
|med down liis throat he did not show
it. Mullen, who hales from Rockport,
111., was on his way to his old home"
in Naples. Holy. *.vh<>n three men gag-
K"el him  by stuffing tho   harmonica in-
10 his throat, took his money nnd tickets and threw him from a passenger
train near litre.   He wandered  around
11 :i elazed condition for several hours
until S.O. Whitehead found him White
head removed the harmonica with a
pair of pliers "Much obliged,'' Mullen
said, and irtinniiiLr. walked away.—
Whitehead says Mullen apparently was
uninjured. Physicians declare such nn
experience probably would result fatally in most eases.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be made to tho Superintendent of Provincial Polioe for
renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel knowu
a^the Union hotel, situate at Arrowhead in tlie Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
W. J. LIGHTBURNE,
1st iss.  Oct. 29,  30d. Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that on tho
first day of December next application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of
the Hotel License to sell liquor by retail in the hotel known as the Lake-
view Hotel, situate at Arrowhead, in
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 2.r>tb day of October, 1913
CHAPMAN AND SMITH.
1st is's. Oct. 25 one mon.
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates >1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day. Week or Month    •
VERNON ROOMS
Mus. M. J. HANBURY,   -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.      Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market airords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   ALBERT     ST03STB PROP-
Stops Falling Hair
Hall's Hair Renewer certainly stops
falling hair. No doubt about it what-
ever.   You will surely be satisfied.
For Baking Success
—This Oven Test
Success on some baking days
can be expected no matter
what flour you use. But constant success is rarer. It can
be assured in only one way.
'. ■ miller must select his
wheal by oven test.
So Trum each shipment of
wheat we take ten pounds as
a Wt     rind this into
flour.    Bread is baked from
the flour. .— -
If thi:* bread is high in quality, [r>*-j*j
I     ;e in quantity, we use the
nt from which it came.       /
Oth;*! wise we sell it. /
Constant baking success comes  /
a matter of course from/
li'-l-I. hearing this name        f
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"More Brfad and   Better Bread" and
"BctteN?astrv/Too"        620
—  -Iff*-!
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Sold by A.
Hobson & Co.,
Revelstoke
TO Mjr. shippers
Tbe mosl .iiour.Hi'. reliable ind only IH.irkrt Reporl and Price LM
ol Ils kind pnhllshrd
"ftfje g>J)ubert grfjippcr"
Hailed Absolutely Free to Fur Shippers-Send "Shubert"
your name on a postal loday
You want tlii.; valuable publication—it is worth hundred! of
dollars to you, issued at every change of tlie Fur  Market,
giving you an accurate and reliable report of what is doing in
all thc Markets ol thc World in American Raw Furs.
Write for it—novie—it's fri-p
AD      CIIIIRI DT     Ini*      *W WEST »"STIN AVtNllf
.  D.  MHJor.Klt  luC, ppr m Chicago.u.s.a.
Union  Hotel
A. I'. LEVBSQUB, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Notice in hereby given thnt, on the
first day of December next, application will be made lo t.he Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal of the hotel license fo sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Glacier House, situate at Glacier, in the Province of British Co -
lumbin.
Dated thi« 25th day of October, 1913
Canadian Pacific Railway  Company,
1st iss.  Oc.29, 30d. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice if hereby <xivon 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
liiiuor by retail in tho hotel known
as th- Lardeau hotel, situate at
Comaplix, in the Provinoe o! British
Columbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
RUSSELL M. EVANS,
1st. las. Oc.29, 30 1. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
Brat day ol December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for
renewal o: the hold licenso to soil
liiiuor by retail in the hotel known
: lhe Beaton hotel, -iiiieite :it Beaton, in tho Province of British Columbia.
Dated thii 25th day of October, 1913
H. NELLIS,
1st iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day of December next, application will be' made ., the Superintendent of Provincial Poii'e for
renewal of the hotel license- ue 11
liquor by retail in the hotel
as the Halcyon TI..t Springe hotel,
situate at Halcyon, in the i
ol Briti ih Columbia. 8
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
WILLIAM BOYD,
1st iss.  Oc.29,  30d. Applicant
MEAL TICKETS $600
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
Notice ts hereby given that, on the
first day ,.f December r.e-xt, application will be made to the Superintended of Provincial Police for
renewal of tlie hotel license 'o sell
liquor by retail in thc hotel known
1 ibee Bva hotel, situate at Cam-
borne, tn the Province of British Oolumbia.
Dated this 25th -lay of October, 1913
H. O. WARE,
1st iss. Oc.29, 30 I. Meant
LIQUOR   IOT, 1910.
Notice  is  hereby  given  that,  on  the
Hist  day ol December nest,    a
lion    will    be    ma-lc  to  the  0
tendent    of     Provincl il    Polii ■■     for
renewal  oi tho hotel  1 ir-. n
liquor    by    retail  in the hoi 1    Bown
ns    (he Criterion hotel,    gltuate     tl
Camborne,  in  ihe Province  of  'Mis';
Columbia.
Dated thl    ! Ih day of Octo   r, 1113
W. ti. RENNIB,
1st  Iss.  Oc.29,  30,1.
LIQUOR ACT, 1U10.
Notice is hereby given that on tho
first day of December next, application
will l>e made- to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for the grant of a
license for the sale ol liquor by wholesale in and upon the premises known
as Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Company, situate at Revelstoke, B.C. np-
cn tbe lands described as Lots 1.S.9,
and 10, Block 9S, M.ip No. 636.
Dat.?d this 30th day of October, 1913
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Company,
ALEX GRANT,
Manager.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice ia hereby Klven that o.i the
first day of December next, aterliea -
tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provin-ial Tolicr for , n newal
of the hotel license to Bell liquor by
ivtai! in the hotel
head hotel situated at Arro
the Provin c of B Columbia
Dated this 2">th day of 0       er, 1913
ROBERT CALEY,
ret i-.= . Oc.29, 30d. *    lleant.
LIQUOR ACT, 191C.
Notice i- hereby given that on   the
iir-:   iny oi December next, tion
will be ma le *o the Sui   i '
Provincial Toli'-e for a ren
hotel lie-cr--   to sell li 11 in
the hotel known a-
uatwl at Comaplix ic ti. •_• of
British Columbia.
Dat".! this 26th ii;.;* . ; 0 tober, 1913
1st is?. Oc.29, 3n<j. an-.
                           A. E.   rP.WETT,
LIQUOH ACT, mo.
Notioe is hereby given that, on (hn
firs' d-iv i.f Decemh***" nc1 t, application will be made tn lhe Superintendent     of      Provinc! el     P e'i e       for
renewal of the ho'el '    ■•
liquor    by    retnil  in   lhi> I
.is the Hotel Queen It' I at Comaplix, in the Pro- Ine of Uriiisli
Columbia
Dated thl   2Btl i    1913
.1    fl    * DTJNO,
1st   iss.  Oc.29.  *"M * •   il   ,n*
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Harbour.  B.t   , at
this office until   1.00 P.M..
or the      as        *ion
oi Wharfs' a*  Victoria Hal
con
n and I der
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it    New
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fe leration Lid  Bui '• ■■.
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n ouver, B.O.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER  19,   191S
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ATTRACTIONS
Ei
Progressive Citizen! COMING TO
OPERA HOUSE
e' is nothing if not pro
is now giving his     big
Thore will be several flrst-clas     at
traction? at this  popular piny house,
,i .   i   thi next   few weeks.    Theatre
goe ■    will .lo well io keep   theii    eye
■ i e1 .mils  whet ■   the  the a
um'.v   vi .'I be found.
,,      |.*.    \\ illiums    eel    If'   '"      '
, ..';.■• lerduj.
i
.    ■    LltUj     u
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Mrs    I
Ileal
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.     COB
mid wi
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.. Threi
ol Hi
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;,..   u)   liA-f    Ihis
■   i    and ■'' A. Ur-
K.illg
, ,.,,„. to the .'li'"      tuii .ii  S
.    , |       d I        '  really
ant time.
..   E. b-ontiu ■ *' ' *
,.,.,..   Arrowhea ' '■*-'"' ■
bere ye terda) ■
,*,,.  and Mrs.   .'-ii    I'--"' *'   "'■  Tl0Ut
,      . .,. .    ; ikevis   ors   lo
n-ii  Revelstoke Lhi    ■'•■   '
y Tayloi   ■•'  I    "'*' *-'■''- l-a"-
onto, .ii.' H      iwi   this  neck look
,,1; over  ..ii inoss conditions.
Vou are invited to be i i'e- nt , &t.
Fi .mi- Hall thi- • -.cning. P >mcr ser-
v, ; from li o' loi li     ■ 8 30.   Coine!
Mr. and Mrs. J.V*. rfheppc I U uC
,. r, aie' among i hi  m mj  mo i i am vis-
lo  -. isit   Re\     lokc  'hi-  we-k.
What Happened to Mai]
i iw iiim io the late ai rival  of  the Leo
Moi t'i-eeii Producing Companj and iheir
scenery,  ihe unfolding of tbe story e.i
Mary's trials and     successes was un
duly delayed ut   the     Kmpress  .'.
y.i  Mon lay  night.     Bul  when ii  was
info  led the story proved much tee the
liking of the   iiuii'-te e, ibe pi rfoi ma
. ...i.    thoroughly  enjoyed, as  tu
able  interpretation     merited.      Anuo
Bi adley ma le a retreshingly     iu
and candid  M iry, nud as Captain •'' ■'
'' Iw iii Maynard was one    ol   thu
mding lm- of the product mn. his
staunch friendship  and quaint   saying
admirably  depicted and deliver-
,. i. m rem e Evarl earned applause
■i- John Willis, and the other characters were well bandied by a east of decidedly more than average ability for
:, louring company. Those who witnessed the piece enjoyed it, and if the
company ean be persuaded to pay u
return visit they may rest assured of
better patronage than was accorded
them on Monday.
R.M, Bmyl
grossive.    lie
ball agenoral  overhauling,   dividing   ll
inlo iwo commodious  lodge rooms ami
i, kitchen.   Those room- ure also ideal
for social parties.
WELL  LIGHTED.
I hose lodge  rooms aro specially well
lighted ainl   *> oniiiui•■!I anel
ii .mii' ofl lhu main street
reur on I ranee.
HARDWOOD FINISH.
The walls    will be elegantly finished
.a pannelling ol oak, while the ceiling
will be  made of   beaver   lioanl   aud   the
lloor will be of hard wood.
Upon paymenl of a guaranteo ol
$1000 1 have secured for Kamloops
for two nights, Tuosday and Wednesday, Nov, -alh and 2Cth, the ''inin •
nu actor, Mr. Laweence Brougb and
have un en- }.t. English Company. I have no
as well as a hesitation in guaranteeing this io be
the star attraction of the season, as
Mr. Brough stands at ihcheud of his
profossionln EOngland.
Seats ordered by mail will be   filled
in order of their receipts.
Wl STUART WEBSTER.
PIANO id
The ie room • wlll
tii il class plauo of
,vays) iu tune.
CENTRALLY
These Lodge rooms
STAIRS,
be oqulp]
-talidaid
"•el with
make'    a
LOCATED
will undoubtedly
is' iii great demand owing to their central location and the public have a
long f.'lt wanl lilled in t h ■ equipment
nei .'.iiii'.le'tie.n of ibe best an I nieist;
up-to-date suite of rooms for social
; ari ies or lodge rooms in the ciiy.
Mr. Dean, of Teeny. Bl'lgg and Sl.,y-
ton, of Toledo, Ohio, ls in town In-
quiring int.i Revelstoke municipal de-
bent lire's.
rasisianaaiaraiaiacaisiaiajssiEia'Hiaiaia
I SALES and W'NTS I
lii
3 IOc. lino Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance m
SOCIAL Mi PWS08AL
I
HeiEuUEi^EiEfa^cyaj^^HJ^li
FOR SALE—Two horses,  wagon, t\ o
ploughs; also other [arm impleni ml
Apply to Charlie Loo,     Revel to!  ,
U.i*. 1st   is:.' -N.i\ .15.  -It.
Mr I.  Jacl   i [unu
Thursday aften oon,
will receive     on
Novombei   20th.
Mrs. J.K
Saturday I
this year.
John on «ill  receivo   on
2*Jud mi, uud not again
WANTED—A    girl     I i   ei,,   first-class
Laundry work  (Iroi  preferred). --
Apply Xo. a. MeKinnon Block,    -t.
itors
W. Gloenle
ci    Pass,
. .enlng
Edward.
He ftouion'i Lsogta
and
ame
and n
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I o w i
I'-
il.c
.,i
et   ItOg"'
Ladles'     Ait .a   lhi
, bun li  Will  "i* " te i  end Ic
1'OllK
cookinu  ai    he home of Mrs. J.
.■I, ou Friday,
p,  Hume,     Sixth   si
\    ember 2Sth.
Mrs.   Mt    Browu who Is  lining     in
Mrs.  Caley's  cottage,    Sei
has "er mother, Mrs. W.H   Markland,
.:   i'lioii,     Ont., visiiiu.  hereto re -
A striking advertisement thai    goes
the average one better; is the announce
, .ii. ui  used by "The Girl iu the Taxi'',
mountain I jt reads- Guaranteed to grow   laughs
the King Luere they never grew  before.   This is
auuiiii.il  happening;   while    the  BhoW
was running in Paris; a certain political man of ihe gay  Puree; who always
appeared with a chronii   grouch,     was
in\iieel lo see ihis comedy.    He replied
i.htei did  not    ap-
Methodist
'ii a tale "I
The Misses Rbeta and Laura John -
son,  daughters of     Mr.    and Mrs.   A.
Johnson,-  Third su i. left on Bundaj
night for the e*oa-'t. The. Misses John-
son are taking up a course of training
on the nursing -tail of the. Royal Columbian hospital at Now Westminster. I happen and ought not     to be.
From Kamloops Sentinel.
l'li. above named company will appeal d the opera house on Monday
next  the 24th inst.
Mr. Lawrence Brough
Extract from the London Daily Mail
I rior io ' lanadian Tom   1013 it
With Mr. Lawrence Brough in the
east, 'Tin- Lady of Ostend" isllkely to
eave playgoers whose taste ban- towards light comedy with regret. He
managed along with lii- fine company
io preserve the sparkle of this celebr^!
ed play.
As laughable situation succeed**' laughable situation the enjoyment of the
audience evinced itself in peals of Inu-
jhtei. and It's all aliout, tbe Cinema-
tograph. Il is alive everywhere, anil it
catches the couple- at Ostend, nt Oov-
ent  Garden ball, wherever in fact  they
LOST—White Bull Terrier Pup, with
ears cut, ami graj io: on cue side.
Finder please return to Xo. 28, 4th
Btreet, cast. Anyone found with thc
same in their possession will be proa
e'.'uted.
TO   RENT   !' . ni hed
ply 39, Fourth    treet,
Rooms.    Ap-
N.s 4t.
The
all winter.
Di  . Suthei  in
I, ud    1 lie ll     "111
First   -■ i'e
iver Guy  Barber's new
Mi Kenzie  avenue.
ami Hamilton
[rom  the
i io commodious ol
P     Hamilton nnd i imilj I
from Vi      i    ■      Novembei   Ul *
.vill  return  verj   short-
■  s, ,v year.     Dr. Wo id lau ol
Di    Han
J.H.r.'- ol i'n   Mi   "■■
i  -h<- G.B.C '-
. 28 iu   ill    o i ban
last     Thui
lhe lun wa
thnt   the boys     did    all
T
■
M • s
ey Hall, M
.   .:
musical
1.       * ■ •
iit. Francis Bezadt
.-•   Franeii  Ba   a
laj
j an ■
■  •
ly  di
with a *
•
earn" *
■
tt
i
■
■
ih pond
ba-ctuent ol  tie   bt
<. . !   att' i
thai  comedy
pea lo bim. After bard coaxing he
agreed lo at leud the theatre tha; evening. He sat partly through the flrst
acl motionless; at thu end oiu, he
showed signs of i smile. The -e.oai
net brought i lauuh, ilieu some more
and at lhl U't OUI ineii.l wu
" '*"'   ing as e . one in thi   au lien e.
old loi a -  There wi ri irtain i alls     Bnd
when b i noi m il;   '.us flr t
lemark wa bj i leoi _■ -, 1 h.i■ • been
asle-ep all in; liie—1 have just w iked
up—1 will •       ignin     ton
night."
Thii  e'\ ly   lVill   h.
wub (l"eei.-.    p i kner  and    hi        ,i.
New York Em -
itevel- i
*>
whistling  kin t.   '!' ds
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Revelstoke Clothing Company
We have purchased the Sio.-k of O. S. McFarland, Howson Ulock
and ar.e carrying on business in the same stand. We tind when to.U-
ine_' Stock 'piite a few broken lines which we are offering at remarkable reductions. You will lind your size in some of these line-. We
have daily replenished the Btock and it is now as complete as you
would wish.
Men's Fine Shirts, Including all sizes, made by such makers as
t'lett, Penbody, Van Allen, anel Tookes, regular prices 81.25 to $2.25
Sale Price 65   Cents.
Men's Sh.ees, including suih makers as Dr. Reids, Bell's and
McPherson, wbich regularly sold for $0.00 to $7.50. Now on s'ah-
at $3.95
PIANO LESSONS On he 1st oi
November, Prof. A. De Feo, will
start his class of Piano Lessons in
his Btudlo at the corner oi Second
street and Uailway uvenue, Pbone
202. The tea hei prefers to teach the
pupils at their own homei,
Oot.29, lm.
FOR RENT—Bight roomed QOUse,$25;
Six-roomed houtfe, S80, conveniently
situated.—H.N.  Coursier.
Nui'-,. McDermott ol the hospital
stufl, left TuesVlay inornlny io reside
in Vancouver,
Mr. W.i. Hn.- an i Mr. Il.N. Coursier enjoyed three or four days with
Iheir guns in the neighborhood between Mulukwa ..nil Oraigullaehlo, returning  to the city  Monday morning.
St. John's L.niie ' \.d bcl'l a lurge-
ey i loaded 6ewlng meet inj Tue day
uftewioon ai tho home of lhu president
Mrs, McQuarrle, Many lovely and use
fui articles are ajroady nm bed u.u ilm
bazaar ou  Decembor 17th.
The i,a In' ' Hi idge club moi Thur i-
ei.iy   evening     al   tho    home of Mrs.
Smith I i i n.ai i and had the Ubalal
pleasant evening's play. Tins two-table "inl' meets every    id  week     at.
the homes of its members.
Dr   W.H.  Sutherland  returned    this
morning    from attending  ihe     groat
medical convention in Chicago.    Three
thousand   <urgcon>   were present   from
all  parts of America and -  brilli -
ant leet.ires .,,,,1 demouslrutionb'givon.
Mr.  U.K.  McPherson,  a  well-km
FOR SALE—A 24 foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P.,  Fairbanks  engine, with ,
reverse.   Will  sell   reasonable.  Apply! ™*'"'   <■""»»'  low  and  proprietor
to F.N.  Roberts, Arrowhead, D.C.      ol  ll'"   ' "IIL' -"•""'>' "" Vlrat HUwt
 j went wesl   this morning en route     to
California, where bo intends trying the
beneficial effects .if a southern climate
hl'Ulllatl   in.
Men's  Sho.- which regularly
while  they  last.  $1.95
ola for 84.60 to J6.00.  Sale price
Mei      Suits  whi'h  regularly sold for $2.">.00 Sale Price $13.90
Boy-' Shirts.     Bale Price 45 Cents.
\  Big Assortment of Neckwear which was regular 50c. and 75e-.
Sa!.-  i Ti...  25  Cents.
Revelstoke Clothing Company
WANTED—hmytho's  Employment  Ul-
fice, men for work at good wages.— |'
Apply to Smythe's Employment Of-I   '
flee, First streot, Revelstoke, B.C. The "500" club met last evening at
Mrs. Bradshaw's, six tables played a
WANTED—Washing woll and carefully number of very enjoyable games.   Thu
done a:   the Colored   Hand  Laundry,   pr-aea falling to  Mrs.   Lyons and    Ur.
MoKenzie and  Vlotoria  Road, Fone Heard.   After the usual jolly rfupper-
29y» time, the pianola furnished music   fori
a number of dances, ending, as usual,,
WANTED — Nursing, apply  to   Mrs.   with the lanpers.
sing, apply to
McDonald, Connaught  avenue,
ond door from     Second   street,
tween First  and Second streets.
sec-
be-
FANCY DRESS n.\"LI<—The Fancy
Dress Ball, under the an-pires of
Fire Brij-ade No. 1, will he held on
December .'led. 1913. t.d.
TO
RENT—Two imni-hed bedrooms,
well heated near C.P.R., board op
lionnl.      Apply  A. It.  Mail Herald.
Miss Nii'lanil- aid Mi-- Sinclair, o5
the Victorian order of nurses, Toronto
wl.u joined the Revelstoke staff early
in ihe summer, have none on io ibe
eoast. They Intend spending a
duys in Kamloop- visiting Miss
■ lair's brother, manager of the
I erial  bank.
The choir
few
S l iiim •
WANTED—All   ihe  .hildren  to
0.   B. Hume   .v Co.'s hii:   Christmas
advertisement  em page Pago Five.
TO RENT—Well heated room, housekeeping privileges; al-o single bed.
room.   Apply  A.It..  Mall-Herald,
BUSINESS
LOCALS
Strong bonipany
Mr,
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: children,
(    toy   in ■•  ■■■   ■
<.1i-n.   w-re   no'       ii'i
tho-- hooked by i
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for twice ihi   r. in I ei
nD'l n..t  on-   ■ i|
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MesSi        I*. U        l.'*!'in     *i
Mi it   'bey
will   larl  thcrli  wintei   i>
with a  big  Scotch  rally
Op ra  H<    ' nr,  Novemb
at 8:30 p.l        ■•        * • lad-
iea free. It la th-- deslri of •!«'
man i.eiii' ie* tb .t ,11, will
tak^ advantngt of thia danca
rod i.
.
Tn ii   d i:     II" I
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.  Land.
H'ri'lii        i
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\      lhe       It'-H    '■'
■■• i     ii.   Mayei
land
\i"i.   -.    fh.   Beaten  I* t
i i   ..f the line '  pl
Modern Rom in ■    ' tl
■ .'.in.     tppraotl i tdp.
a,       I  |i   -I i       .1 i       in   tine .   .-nn I   detoc -
■ .    lory; P"ote ami Thrt    i alted at
■i  i, rt mi.   Tale ,,f a Hat, When fmn
. f     |-*:ille-.|
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on
rn 'i
wo parti
i-
I!   i     DE IROCHERS,
retary.
i npai in. 11 of PnMIe Woi i  .
Otta -"i"    '<<■■■
N'WM|'iimi      will no' !»    paid   (Ol    'hi
,,|Veltl   ami a'   it Ihl'V     a  ' ' '    it   WlU t
niithority bom the Di | li * nt.
i i      ue Nov.  mill,   tl
ire inapshotted in grotesque situations
and before' ihey Know what has hap-
l e-m-d their peccadilloes are the talk of
the town and the country. They be-
leime notorious characters and pub-
la property in ihe twinkling oi an
eye.
ci im   lii He liu-band meeta    a
lady a<  Ostend.   He' is caught at onco
.. ious instrument.   Hia     wife
i'i   ure and   ,. doe- hi- mother
inlaw.    An I     ei   doe   everybody       who
, quaintance.   He buys   oil
the proprietor and no   "on i  i   he dia
■•'I than  bl    Iriend  is    ubstitut-
ed.   They have mei him too at Ostend.
n I   ii.ll- out, and hi   picture t ■'
. iie' replaced by     th--
■   of   lie.   io.,'  caught      in
■    nl   Garden.
>mpli 'i ion   ensue,       Tbe
I     ip, the ludy's
r.       .,ody   iu
•       :■    :,   po ,'l'flll
iai   and a
iproariou    'lem
' i t.e-.Ti    .-.-),      on
, i rtail
a-1      heap
flcnded husband'   vci
,      prise-
-, i     nigl   i
. .
■ e   taken al   to b   a
md  tbe pleoe is played     with
I  '■    thai   the   wil I
ind  ,u,i    h itii
I '      III    tin-    II,I'll'      welt
and it ended
in tt fell!
■    Mi   i.a.'.
1 * i"    eil English com-
IO    He.'
on   Moi il iy,  v. ,,  ,,,„(,.
for ih.- V en "I ,,, Wc • The new pap
eis  of   dl   lhe  rl ,i    i;:l  |, ,,:
Canada hat thoi hi ' n ied the
opinion of the i,. -,       i, ,,u- Mail
i St, John'a Presbyterian
church are holding a social evening In
    the church on     Friday ovoning,     Tho
,,,n,l members are requested to be at the
I church at 7.30 sharp for practice, n
the -ocial time starts promptly at 8:30
i.acli member may invites friend either gentleman or lady. A thoroughly;
good lime is assured for all, as the
committee in charge aro ban at
work,
Mrs. i*. Lindmark .and two daughters
Misses Myrtle and Ruth are leaving
tbis week to spend the winter with Ms
Lindmark in Vancouver. Tbey will bi
greatly missed, nm only as old timers
in Rovelstoke, but especially by the
various si .ri,lie- of the churcb to
whom .\li-. landmark's home baa al-
(tended -uch geueroui hospitality. Tli.ii residence hn- beeu rented
furnished for  ihe winter.
A mosl     enjoyable musical evening
guaranteed by the Revelstoke Musical
So-ii'ty at  their Mr-t  concert     to   be ■ wu-v
given at the Bmpress iheatree on Fri
dny evening,      Nov.  38th.   t'.itnc  and
hear the   Male Voice Choir in     their      ,,     .,„ .      . ,
Mr.   Ihomsoii -   1'ihle  class .if a do*-
glees, choruses and quartettes, etc.
|Cn boys met for their monthly literary
None too -oon to select your Chri-t-  evening nt  ibe' home of Mrs.F.W.Laing
mas   eifts.    Head  CB.   Hume  & Co.'s   lasl M lay.   The first hour was spent
in  discussing  ihe comparative  merits
of iIon.ii  \-. Wealth.      Afterwards u
lively  contest   kept  the  interest   Moing.
and inilns Mr, McFadgen came ofl wuu
big advertisement on page Five.
Second
A Six-room  Hou
street,  east.  —H.N
■ for rent,
Coursler.
If you want a tuner for Piano or
Organ, call em CO. Brownell, or phone
No.7.3.
of course you will take in tbe St.
Francis Church Bazaar au.l Turkey
Dinmr on the LSth and 19th inst. On-
|y 50   ents admission.
the highest score and Mr. MoDiarmid,
-■I'linl. Mrs, Luing served hearty re-
fri-bmeiits after whieh everybody joined an  impromptu  program of
>n I i lionises.
songs
Don't forget that "The Ludy ol Os-
tend'1 will 1, it thc Revelstoke opera
ie.use on   Phurs'lay  night, Nov.  2+tb.
For Baby
Howson   .
itter robe.-> go to       R.
The   Revelstoke  Musical  Society in
rei putting "ii i -mi' "pcra nt an with garniture ot
• ml', date. The proceed) of their first beads ton,hed wiih
i inceit aie fm   that purpose.
Boys'      Boy-'
(rom Howson's.
Howson A  ('o. are allowing a most
complete line of children!
cutters.
Don't forget the Bt, Francis church
Fair, I- and 19 of thia month. A
turkey dinner served both nights, and
it only ' ost    60 .ents.
'.ALT COAL 1- handled exclusively
in Itevelstoke by the Revelstoke Genernl Acencies, Ltd.
Notwithstanding  the  inclemency    of
di" weathei   on     Saturday afternoon,
many matron! took the oppoi tunily ol
' ailing  an !   an in,,ily   well online.    Mrs,
Geoi| ■    Moth, when she received for
the Hr-1 i une since • oming  to Revel
-toke.   Th,. living room wai adorned
with fern-, icarlol  salvias and earnn
tion> and here the hostess,  weurina  a
graceful gown of pale    anemone sutiu.
pearls   and gold
hadow luce, welcomed her guests.   Miss McKay,    who
assisted In receiving was gowned    in
mole eoliiie and     Bulgarian trimming
With Bln.k velvet hat and ostrich
mount. Mra Kenneth McRae, looking
leighs and decidedly well in a .hie costume of
cream serge and lace trimmings with »
silk purple velvet chnpeau, invited to
the dining room where the pretty ap-
polnted board, centred with a boquet
oi baggy pink carnations wa- presid
sd over "by Mis. Robt. Drquhart, who
wore a becoming silk gown with smart
hat to math.   The ,,.,, hour dainties
Buy your Aeigha
■|      W.e'ln" day    Fai e1   Orntto,   in      two
■4     ,'i i  iioui of Terror, r ithe Oasntte,
> « I ■ ■ 4 1 ftMSUiaailliBi Bmall I'ox S
Dare ai tin,' li Hollow.
K .1.   Sleoiabnn  of   V m ouvel.
iu from the west on Monday.
w.r, passed by Mra- t;..ddard, daintily
Hot Stufl forn Hard Coal Heater ll gowned m silk embroidered maize voili
Coursier's  Coke. nnd    touches of     pink  marabou    with
Tb.' Male Voice Choir Conoert,     to  bln'k  v,lv"'  i1"*  hat    and French
■    beld in the Empress thoatre on Fri- pl"me, and Mi--   reisle McKay wear-
Fair!   Where*?   81 Franoia HaU. this  day evening, Nov  SSth lt an {novation  in? a P'''*"v toilette of    Grey itriped
ovenlng,  and a  fnll-'outtt  Turkey  din    for  Rxvslttoke aa  thia il   lha  flrst  roll-   v°ri,'! nn'' Helen Pink trimmings, with
,„-i     FrteT Well, ulmost.   a Dinmr ti.-   utrtof  this  kind,.      h Id  here.     Be(a becoming cream bat with contrast-
i k.t miii you  only SO cents. | sure and secure youi   lentt eafly. ing shades to match.
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