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REVELSTOKE
Railway Junction and Divisional Point. Headquarters for
Columbia River Navigation.
Hub of Timber Rolt, Minerr
Zone, Agricultural Lands and
Vast Water Powers of B. C.
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KEVELSTOKE. B. C, UCTOBtB I, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
KINGSWAY A
LINK BETWEEN
THE CITIES
Hon. Thomas Taylor, Chief Speaker is Received With Great Enthusiasm.
11 is   I
Borden
power.
ord of .
of ollie
"(iootl Roads," Taylor was heralded by tin* pinging of "For He'a b
.lolly Good Fellow."
The provincial minister, lirsi
ini'ii tinning the progressive (spirit ol
Burnaby and South Vancouver
citizens in going ahead with such
an undertaking, spoke of the fact
thaf, at*'he remembered it, it was
the Vancouver and New Westminster auto clubs that first, took tip
ilie question of agitating for such a
highway. Road making had considerably altered during the past,
two years, more especially dining
the last year, when the provincial
government ctme to the conclusion
macadamized roads consumed too
much money in up-keep. The
paved road ihey expected woufd
more than offset this yearly grant
made by lhe government and alto
provide excellent facilities for
travel.
MORE ROADS
Mr. Taylor mentioned that it was
tin* scheme of tli" municipalities on
the lower mainland to complete u
circuit of • aved highways from
Vancouver to New Westminster vi t
Kingsway and returning by the
river road through Point Grey.
They bad seen lit lo assist in the
financing of Kingsway and he
hoped in the near future to be nhle
to announce government assistance
for the river road.
The government ia Bpending tbe
immense amount i'i ten million dollars "n highways, which considering the population of the province,
400,000 by the last census, wuh
quite a figure for British Columbia.
Mr. Taylor said he hoped before
another year had passed to see the
federal government come to the assistance of the trunk roads in the
provime, especially those connecting a national highway. The coast
to coast highway was well on tbe
way to fruition and British Colum
hia, by reason of the mountainous
portion in the Rockies, had every
right to share a portion, and a
large portion of the money to beset
aside for highway- by the Dominion house
KINGSWAY OPENED
At Central park scores of au-
tos had joined the already long-
procession, which  mabe a rapid
trip through Burnaby until the Uailway so far advanced ihat inn mil-
intersection of 10th avenue and es have been graded and one-half ot
Kings-way was  reached,  where  the work finished in 1914.
parent ly  recently  killed.   These   birds
provodto   have   I n   stolen   from   Mr.
Bruce whose bo iho Is i a-t ief the city
limits, and a- it result ni all th iso hap
ponings, .lohn Breyor finds himself
charged befpro lhe Provincial Police,
with ,i surious case of duck stealing,
..nil being subsequently caughi with
ihe .n o Is lin the shape of ten den 1
ducks!) in hi- possession under the
hefore menlioni .1 In rlmitmting
cumstances.
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TWO YEARS
OF BORDEN
Deputy  Minister  Delights  His   Hearers  With  Eloquent
Story of Alpine Possibilities—Gathering of Woman's
/Canadian Club Members  and Friends  Proves Great
Social Success.
COLUMBIA
GRAIN
ROUTE
h
iew .inly iuu years Bince the
joe eminent, was returned to
I'h" .Minimi traii"ii lms ,lr rec-
e hii'M'iiii'iu for Its two yean
of which ii can well he- proud
and which is unparalleled lu Canadian
history,
The- extension of the boundaries o;
Ontario. Quebec and Manitoba.
The Aid i'e A a i* i cu 11 ii i' ■ Bill appropri-
ni n_■ imi million dollars over a period of It u years lor a-1 i ulturo in-
Btruisl ion  throughout   f ana la.
The Uet Indies Agreement with im
proved steamship -mice.
The reduction of '.rule rales to the
We i   In lia and the British  Isles.
Th Inauguration of a greatly i.n-
proveil tri-weekly mail service between
Cana la un I Ureat Britain.
The new arrangements iu regard in
marine insurance on the St. Lawrence
mnl iv luction of t 11'--- to 1 [alifax.
'lh' inugnificoni drydock un ler construction nt Quebec, with .similar dry-
docks propo 'd at Halifax and 10a.jui-
in.ili. |
The Kill to provide for pensions for
the Fenian  ltaid veterans.
The Naval Ai.l Bill  (defeated hy the
Sena I.'. I i
The Highways Mill appropriating $2-
500,000 for road construction in twj
years.    (Defeated   hytho   Seriate.)
The 11. "ine-h Railway Bill, providing
lor the acquisition of braneh lines Gin
Quebec and the Maritime Provinces to
build up lhe- Intercolonial Kailway.--•
(Also defeated by the Senate.i
The hill tei establish parcels posi .system, which will be inaugurated very
shortly. I
The development of national harbors
at Halifax, St. John, Quebec, Montreal, Toronto, Hamilton, Port Arthur, Fort William, Vancouver anel Victoria.
Th" completion is BUch a short space
of time of the National TransconUnent
al Railway.
The construction of tho Hu<l-on Hay
Mayor Grey, on behalf of the City
of New Westminster changed the
name of Twelfth Street to King-
sway, thus completing the change
of nomenclature reaching from
Vancouver to New Westminster.
At one o'clock Chief Watson's
auto reached the park gates and
and the longest and greatest auto
parade ever known in Western
Canada was ended together with
the ollicial opening of the finest
paved highway in the Dominion.
New Westminster Columbian.
Tie' contra ts awarded for two out
of three section of the Wetland Canal,
with two more lection to be called for
shortly.
The construction of „ government-
owned terminal elevator at Port Arthur tu han He 2,500,000 bushels of
wheat.
tablishment of a  poii y o; In-
llie  ipa ii drawing room     of
.Mi.-.. W M. l.-iwie'tice. it was the bonoi
of the nicifiViiT. fif ihe Women's Cana
ilnm ('ln'i 6   Revel loke,  to hav	
Wednesday evening as theli guest, Mr.
W.W. Foster deputy minister of Pub
lie- Work.,
An invitation bad been extended :
ihe' husbands of lhe members,
ainl oui "I town giiesi-, an I
iiiii-e juently the gathei ing ;■ ■
meel ih>' speaker of the evening nssum
imI fairly large proportions.
After a  splendid  rendered  and    vei y
iiiueh eujoyed pi nm sol,, by Ml ;
Grant of Winnipeg, who has been Mrs
Lawrence s gue, i. tie- |ue ..nl,an . Mi .
J.D. Sibbald, Introduced the speaker,
Mr. W.W. Foster, to his audience.
To ilm-' who had previously listened to Mr, Foster lhe pleasure was
greater because of its repetition, while
to those who had not had thai privilege the pleasure wn-' increased bi ca ■
of present enjoyment as well as anticipated future opportunity
Mi.  Foster's  -111 >jo■ • i   was  "The  '.'■
Bibilities i'.u   Alpine Climbing and  ths
Scenic  Potentl ilities  of    British  Col -
um!.la "   No country In the woi I
boast of loveier or   more magnificent
scenery   lhan  British  Columbia     and
certainly  none can boast of a  greater
amount of mountain granduer.     Even
Sm -it .■■ elan I,   the  far-famed  and  much
sough!  after, has not  altogether       as
much mountain country as ther.' la on
Vancouver    Island,   Yet     Switzerland
yields io Ihe government  yearlj
hundred nnd fifty millions—ihe revenue
derived from Ihe tourist traffic alone.
Bui asi le   from all pe uniary motives
for  fostering and  exploiting   these  natural  as-els of our pro' ince.   there    is
ihis reason. Think whal it means to Mr. Foster had just returned from a Mr. Foster was one of three to reach
the children  of  today  mid  of     future   trip  over  this  road,    whieh is almost  the summit  if     Mount      Robson,   to
I generations te, in- brought up within half completed, and n.wi hest to ink- whieh roads ire being built bringing
easy access to all this granduer. Nature ing the trip oneself wa- to hear Mr. all nearer lis magnificent and awe-in-
ha- given them! What it means in tha  Foster describe it.   Some of the views  spirm- sight.-.
'matter of rtiltme and the development he described to vividly ihat one felt The lateness of the hour prevented Mr
e.f all ih.ii I.- noble t and besl in their that at least a lantern slide was be- Foster from recounting the story of
characters! lore them. ' the ascent bul tie'few ,.i the irlori.-- be
And the government is surely loing From here he- carried his hearers did catalogue made nil envious of
its utmost to bring ih' en'oyment of wiih him to Strathcona Park, on those io whom had been granted a
tbe very choicest of ihe mountain Vancouver Island, which i- also being personal look at it- splendors. '
Bcenery wiihin the reach of all. With exploited by the government, not ouly After the usual votes of thnnks had
this end in view has been built the as a source of revenue but for a -um- been passed to the speaker and bos -
Banfl Win I.a ni.'re road, which, when mer resort for the people o( British Co tess, Mrs. Denl delighted all with a
completed will be a motor road Bye lumbia. When finis-bed the park will vocal s loin her own pleasing and
hundred miles in length, always in the   be easy  of a'''-e'-s to all ihe    coasl cil   inimitable style.
shadow of on • nf two great mountain i «, and will provide enjoyment as Refreshments v.vie served an I his
ranges, and thro tgh scenery unrivalled varied in character as the tasi,-- of th i mam old frlen I- bad thc pleasure oi
in the world for beauty, many wlui may visit it. I an hour's social visit  with Mr. Foster
/
W.  W. FOSTER
who Addressed Revelstoke Woman's Canadian   Club
1 The state of Washing ton is  -; end
i la itnotii ley i l.ai in.
aa Id    ■ ...    t - .• Columbia i iver   an I
otli-T  states
to ma •■ thi    gi ai   ■■ utei ■■ itj  ol    tha
wi    , a   i* whicl .   ee. il.e pi.i-
ii ie s :i i the  stu       a i"" der
will     pass io the i acl      a id thei
thiough the Pai ima c u al." Thi- was
the stati ei,. ut   m id ■ bj   Engine, i  W.A.
.   .   I,   of  Pol t'liiiei,  who  is m Calgary
ai   !• ■ present  time.
Win n n •. .-.'.' I at tbe Albei ta
boti I I'h ti ■■ ... in. Card stated that
be had i ei n v..,. ng ,,i, t.e Columbin
i .   • '   Ioi    the     USI   fo er   meeU'.h-       an I
:   he ' ad been > ,-i y  much Int u est
ed in Burvi ys, wl    b are       baiu»
ma le bj   tli"     I.om.m  n   . overnni 'i.t.
from  Revelstoke lo tha     international
boi der.
"i a  ,     onf.d in   tiai   ib    '   1 imbiu
i'l   iVeim  Rev-
to t ■    ■      in coast,"    ii ■
"and 1 ...   .1"    a    ired that, inside of the nex      ■ rs, th    «'eat
: he   pi ail                I   • B  wi -•■
Ina  ' i.i*  way."
Mr. i wes
tern  rou Colu      ia riter,      in
'ini..u. wo dd b ■  the c lenpest,   11
■ in  that   the  wheat    would
ave 1 ui       . -:  .ml     loa li d  the
ecoi        nu        ■ • .-ii with this se on i
h indling,  the co I •■■ ■
by that  n :he ipi r  t
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om-
plds'h before ti.    Columbia river     wii*.
ady i.e:' the ■■ • its. bul the route
asibl . an I       hi i   ih,'    engineers
hand in their report to    tbe ern-
'. I feel as   n      I     t it will be one
that will meet with I .■.
du    the  go to go  ahe . I an I
u<  essary  work to  make it  the
b     Panama
' anal.
"1 that   the farmers   of   Al
berta will support such a route, for it
menus much to tli.-m. 1 have been
given to understand that ti.' t'nite 1
Farmers have alren ly i onsidered the
mat ti tin ii organization will
feasible.     I
have   made the most  i areful surveys
and I have Investigated the   pans   of
the river which  were,  in  my estima -
tion. the    least favorable for nnviga -
tion at  the pr nt   time, and  I
assured that these bad places can    b
overcome I tties 'hat now
present themselves can he eliminate 1.
s" that b ats will t-.,- able tei r-o up
and down ih'1 river without danger or
obstruction."
gary   N' ws"
A Smart Capture
H. 0. ITerguson, of tha 'ity poliev
4orce, made a very -mart capture on
Tuesday morning last.
Whilst travelling round his beat,
the lyu/ eyed constable observed a suspicious looking individual wdth a bulky sack over his back Walking down
the middh' of the road at the top of
McKen/ie avenue. These suspiiotis
Were lonflrmed when ou reijuest to halt
and explain himself, the bagjnan hastily dropped In- burden und commenced to make a get-away. After the os-
oaplng  party  had Ii.m11  taken  in charge
a closer Investigatibti into the discarded sack, revealed the strange truth
Umt the same was filled with ducks up
tion      through     their encouragement,
there hn- I'" "   i i-i   'i    n i' a e 111 private owned terminal facilities  al Fori
in I Po:*t Arthur and tliis sca-
storage ■ apa. ity has been in-
creased by no l« s than twelve million
bushel*.
The inspection nnd warehousing stafl
lia-'    ll    "    !■'•    0     'urgl'ly     ilH   IMS" '1.      '      tlllll
ihe Western farmei Is almost  absolute
, iy prote ted rrom the ,-vils ,,i
mixing by unscrupulous dealers, Take
i ii all  in nil  the West's biggest   crop  Is
being moved this season with remarkable eea-e and speed,
i    The eovei iniii'iii hn- also been rusl
ing the National Transcontinental and
ihis route i- nlso available this   season if  tliet*''   i-  any  dancer     of   W m
congestion,   Whereas  in the  past        a
large part of the West's 'fop always
flowed by Duluth this year it will near
Atlnnii.' through
harvest   and    _'ood threshing weather Canadian channels,
haw of  ionise   heen   contributing    fac- 	
Th
terior terminnl elevators owned by the   William
government for    wltich iwo contracts    son the
have iilr.'iih   been let at    Saskatoon
and Moose .law.
CONGESTION
THING OF
THE PAST
The annual congestion of Western
grain atthe head of the lakes seems
HOW to be a thing of th" past, There
i- no hln hale' this season and the
wheat is      moving  rapidly.   The early   |y fti|  M10V„ ((, tne
W. W. FOSTER
ON TOUR OF
INSPECTION
During ihe last two weeks, Mr. \v.
\v. Foster, now relieved of some of tli<*
-train eef headquarters work, following
lhe   i   turn of  hi-  Chief  the  Hon.  Thus.
Taylor, to the Capital City, has I n
■ h-  engaged iu  making  ihe     usual  otti'inl
Kail tnin  uf the Public Works Depart
ment activities throughout  the Kootenay district,
The  firsl   section     visited  was    the
by road and  trail   to tla t.i Mountain,
7*.' miles away.
During this p.>rtion ..[ the tour, am-
pie 0|.| ortunity  was   given  ,0
iln- progress being  m idi ,on the
undertaking, half of  the rost of whioh
i-  l>e Ing pm I by  the  Canadiat   Pai ifl ■
Uailway a- a t,,uiist  attraction.   The
hiIm nit  |. rtlon ..f ti .■ work, the
road through the    myon al S   i
finished, in   fact work   underway      aud
estimated for, cover  at  least one-halt
the  totnl  hiigth ofthe great   project.
The link of eventy miles now quite
■ ompleted, i the Hi I portion of a
lhe. liuu.li- .I  mile circuit within     th?
shadow of tl  hy mounts
hniiee of North America.
Public Schools Attendancs
The attend nee at the public schools
foi   September was as follows:
tors,     but  the government     has been
making special eflorts  to hanile     the
Wi        crop, .ml wiih great sue-cess.
The improvement of the fa< Uities for
fj 1H H P) !«l i » I:"; i"' 8 i i ": i
M i
MANNINGS. 1
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In Inlying Candy from us you
.enn'      Fresh    Mad.- To Dnv
Goods eif il," Highest Quality
P iiiom/e. II,.mc Industry   by
buying   ii
MANNING'S
crop movement   was on"  of the     first
problems  the Borden government tar-
It led     when ii     came
m   grain commission was appointed   and
g  iln    hoard  has  heen devoting all    its
a   energies t..  improving  the   condition"
'«]   un Imi   whieh   |
iHl  transported.
iai     la.ile'of proper itorage fn illtics    at
,   i  ■■ Ii   ,1 ,.f th" lnke   wn    ..ne difflcul
Mini-tev. in company wiih Mi. T- Hu
llaliaii of the  Kaslo  Board  of      Trade,
Engineer W.H. Westcttt, and othei <le-
partmentnl  offl ers of  lhe district,    a
complete survey  was made of the coun
try.   One of Ihe problems which     was
especially  inve titrated   was  the  build-
Th.'in'.-L-ivin.'  tini" is    approaching,  Ing nt:, road via win.- pass connect-
and evory one's heart is atune with a ing the Columbia valley with Kaslo
ong ol ibanksgiving, (or It ought  to and Nelson    The entire seventy miles
lie tm ning inini  ihe Ci illej
'"''"■'y   Mr.    Foster resumed  bis  trip     leav-
i ti - on Thursday for Nakusp and    the
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J^ms, Pickles!
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of  thanksgiving,  (or it  ought   to and  Nelson    The .iitit
into power.   A iei for the many blessings that     are covered by ihis stage of the journey is
p,aired ,,ut on all sides.   The bosl pro-   ol absorbing   nic interest, whilst  the
of of our gratitude is 10 help     -onu industrial future nf the' country ns evi-
one less fortunately situated.   A. splen dencod by the highly mineralized claims
marketed   an.l   did opportunity i- given all by the lad scattered throughout  was al-o   taken
li   ..I ih.  Hospital tiiiild who purpose imo ron [deration when compiling the
Inel ling a inm     and pickle   shower on copious notes which will form tbe bas-
Saturday afternoon, October eighteen. Is of future rond and trail development
[is] iy aiel they hnve built    a magnificent   Afternoon tea will be served to whieh worl..   At Wilmer Mr. Ko-'iet  wns min
B     ,.  ■ nn    ■     owned .'levator holding all ue cordially invited,   Of your nb ■ ''' 'w Chiel Engineer Hell of the Banff-
(Sj   three aid n half million bushels, which   nndnncc give ■ little i,, hplp   itock the wlndermerc Rond and the Government
{*.-•. ............   i   '     ealj for thl   year'   crop.  In addl     trderofthis mosl worthy in tltut'lon. Agent, whence  the  h.p was continued
Arrowlakcs.   (In  Friday be mi •
Nelson  Board of Tra le, and Sa
-iaii   on i tour In company with Rd,
Supei intei l ml   Benny over tl"
ofthe Vmir riding.   Immediately upon
the . oia In ion .ef this inspt cti n
Deputy Minister will n
ia in  in il o hi    t 'port and check      i
ihe knowledge gained as;,, the actual
state of the various  works wi'h    tb-
records of the department.
Rev, in Primrose will -peak at the
Y.M.C.A,  tomorrow   afternoon a'      4
o'eloek -harp. Subject, "The Wis.-
Man's Byes nts in Hi- li.'ii I " All are
Invited
A im' t m of the Fai met i' Institute
win be held in the y.m.c.a. Wedneaday, 0 ■   Bth it ! p.m.
The N I .     S     Id     i-    retained by
Div. 1\ . , ' Centi .1 - hoof with     per-
t "ent pu:1 tUality       an I
larity.   l)i\.   I. , : Selkirk    school
wins the  Shield  with a  percentage   oi
98.75.
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De.n't forg.t we -uve both [g
nd old drinks, ie-e cream [■]
an! light refreshments, For [Sj
these chilly night- try a Hot jS]
TOMATu NECTAR Our hot fg
Chocolate i- unsUrnptsed. g]
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GET   IT   AT PAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELS! OK
SATDRDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913.
£ews JDrug JVore
Leather Goods
IN LARCR QUANTITIES
Ladies' Hand Bags, Card Cases and Purses. lJur Bags
that will match your Furs for Fall and Winter. Gent's
Bill Folds, Pass Cases, Wallets, Letter Cases. Kvery
conceivable shape and convenience. Music Folios, Cuff
and Collar Ilexes and Letter Folios.
 (,	
New Fall Books
" The Iron Trail,"  -Rex Reach $1 50
"Laddie,"   Gene Stratton Porter  1 SO
" The Woman Thou C.avest Me," Hall Caine"  1 SO
" The Heart of the Hills," John Fox, Jr  l SO
After Nov. Ist. we are Closing
Out Our Lending Library
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Vrescripiions
WE have been been building up a stock for IS years in
order to have everything that mav be wanted in this
department.
WE have always been influenced by the quality of goods
purchased rather than by the price.
WE have the highest paid and most competent staff of
assistants in the Interior of B. C,
\s you can readily realize, the best prescription is obtained only when composed of the best,—best endeavors
..-   \p]l as best ingredients.
 §
In Our Store you get this result-producing combination.
Von can be sure that you'll get Jllst what your doctor
ordered if you take advantage of our skilful service.
Quality Comes First at
/Jews' Ptihj & gook Jtore
The 3Je*o£& Store
W.  PARRY
MCliONKEK   ANI)   VAI.PKlt
HOUSEHOLD   SALES
specially   conducted A*
He liuvs anything and everything
at anv time, new and second-band.
What he has not not he can get; so
be sure to call alld see him if you
want to save money.
\V. PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKcn/.ie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
L G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,- Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Oonnauf-rht Ave.   -   Revelstoke
| ft
STAND  BACK!
IT'S TOO LATE!
Such a calamity mav not have overtaken you, but where is your guarantee that any day-aye, to day, a
fire may destroy yonr home and
possessions.
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE
no matter how moderate tbeainount,
a policy protects you. The premium is so ridiculously small that the
price of a ei^ar a day will give you
considerable Insurance. See us
about this to-day remember tomorrow mav be too late.
NEWS FROM
FAR ANO NtAR
A despatch to the Daily Mail from
Bucharest asserts llmt the future alliance in the Balkan States will be
cemented by the following marriages :
Princess Elizabeth, granddaughter of
the Kin,' of Roumanin, to George,
crown prince of Greece; Princes Charles
son of Crown prince Ferdinand of Roumanin. to the Grand Duchess Tatlann,
Second kaughter of Bmperor Nnholas
of Russia, and Prince Alexander, the
Servian   heir-apparent   to   the      oldest
duughter of     Empire   Nlobo'.as1,    the
Grand DlH'lleSfl Olga,
Tbe consumption ol dog meat as a
food in Gormany, probably as a result
of high ment prices, Increased greatly
in I'll-1. E\ery year .sin e 1907 has
shown a considerable rain, bul tha
inu Bguros are startling. Against i'.'li
in Which year the number of dojs
slaughtered under o t'n inl inspection
was (1553, lhe total for L012 rose by
l.'.T'.i to 8182. These figures, moreover,
are but a small fraction of tho total
consumption of ''or flesh lor ,, majority of the animals are slaughtered
at home without ihe formality of' an
Inspection.
Tho Wil-Sung 'oris, which fc some
time had been in tbe hands .if the
rebels, surrendered to the govornmont
tr0ops.   Negotiations Ior the surrender
wn- made tlir.iUill lir. CoX of the Red
('rn—'. Th.' coinm.-in Icr of the forts
asked for guarantees lor the safety of
the rebef officers and n payment ot
money to enable the troops to return
to their homes. He requested no terms
for himself or for General Cheng Ohl-
M, n. The admiral of the warships ac-
it'iet.d lbe term-but when Dr. fox re-
turned for C.ePc al OhOng t'hi-Mcn
most of the rebel officers and 1100 of
iiuii   imin  hal decamped.
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition, Hunting Knives,
Decoy Ducks, Field Glasses,
Compasses, Fishing Tackle,
Tents, Camping Outfits, etc.
McClary's, Kootenay and Sas-
kalta Ranges & Heating Stoves.
Sherwin-Williams' Paints, Varnishes, Stains.
Canadian Oil Co.'s Oils, Gasoline, etc.
We carry full stocks in Hardware, Groceries, Hay, Grain and
Feed.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
aaDnDDDDDaaannanaQDDpa
iT«|«l»|»|»H>|«lM|»l»[hN-l»l»l»j-JB
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
CITY TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents^*
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND  SLEIGHS   FOR  SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
Published reports of serious  ditlicul -
ties of opinion between France     and
Russia In regard to thi- clause of the
Balkan treaty giving the porl ol Kns-
tala on the Aegean Sea to Greece, led
th.' French foreign otlice to publish   a
note on the subject.    It says llu' while
Franco believed     the port should     bul
given to the Greeks and Russia thought
-y ^—w -y- "¥""tV"T     TT       l    -\   1   "\   it  ought   to  be  handed  over   to     the
III pJ  I^J      ;        IH    IH     Bulgarians,   neither   government    nlr
' ^^ ta'he-d  much importance    *o its  view
as    to ask tlie   other lo sacrifice    its
opinion.    Thu relations   between   the,
two allied governments, says th-note,
were  never so else as tviw.
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Battenburg bed spreads and
shams, scarfs for dresses.
Just arrived, a new line of
fur stole muffs for ladies'
wear—the price reasonable.
Manufacturers of ladies'
dresses; gent's shirts and
boys' suits made to order.
Legal Forms
for every purpose are  printed JO-H-IN    Lv.C/.C/
and stocked hy the Mail-Herald
SinglA Copies told.        Roaoonabie Prico
FRONT STREET.     LOWER TOWN
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
Negotiations arc under way at Seattle' for thc greatest consolidation in
steamship building and steamship repair corporations 'in th'' history of the
Pacific coast, the takinij over hy the
Seattle Construction & Drydo-k Company—financed by th- powerful Oris-
e'oms of Philadelphia—of the plant ot
the HefTermnii Drydock Compnnv in
the east waterway and the yards of the
Hull Bros. Shipbuilding Company ate
Eagle Harbor, Million- arc invoi\ed Inl
the pending deal, which will make the1
Seattle Construction & Drydock Company the most powerful corporation 0f
its Un I on  the F'neiflc coa-t.
In the pas I seven years there has
been ii -aviiiur of lives ol Ih.">,T*J*_' inii,nt-  in  England  and Wales,   This ia*'
tb Utnndlng fact   ofa  remarkable
report   .>n   infant   morality   is-iled    by,
i the   Local Government Board.   It    is
an exhaustive compilation, running to
ind,  in a   en ••, is supple
to  the  report .  lue I  in  W10.
I alt  with 'et nin'., the
■   treat   of 241 urban areas
■   population vmv between ?".|w>0
and 750,000 and  whose   iggrcgate pop-
.-.    comprise     m ,■ Ij   th d -filths
■   ■ ■     npulatiot
\   . eat     extension .1 gi inted
til (' Ip.     <*..l
e.V        |.|       |i,     |„.    , ,|l< It '.I
I - ■ ,l|  1.,.   il,..    tir-t
1.1     watei 1 aj
nately Mi
t.r>>! r-■      i     * t.       t., Beaufort
1 •    •■ ill    ,n. '.'Mh'    I,e,ni(
fori  bat boi,   the
R      an 1 anal, ths Obes
;n.1,1   md n
it ie ol Norfolk.    A Inll
■ "■ s    which  s.-ckn t.i
have tl    r ovei nnv n      urrhase
I '       ■ 1 '1111 ll,
1     iffli lentl| to meel  1 ho
1 be  Tn.vi,,' mi lent '1       new
in  wai L't* '■!. a ."eee.l trial
■   ek In 11 ll"   Whii h  broke nUl nt Hut,'
li        ii,.   ,,t. been f"r prompt se
I ion ol e.arde 11     in the   dli tm t
'.'     III' '  •   '     thfl        V   ''III    .V!     Ch     mild'      thS
prompt   action   possible   mnny   million
I es in.'"I: " ■ ,i,ie tim-
bet would ha' e been 1 Ths hre
broke ..nt In a log > its In I ie sti
Ire "f :,,, .1 I In riling It wn- Haling
nwny when Ihe iwnrMi district wm-
den arrived, so,,n , . ,e,, 1 m.-,.,i ftcht-
inu Kind wn' i.n bnnd thus   lemonstrat
in-   th"  efficiency   nfthe new   nvibilt/n
lion      Schemes     whereby   .,   tin-nt hting ,
CHIC
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement ol thir Con i>env 'or the fiscal year
ending March 31st, 1913. An .-oini ■ -V with ono year ago, tbe
,'ollo*»ing figures are exceptionally interesting:
§
ASSETf. MARCH 3lst,    191S  .
ASSETS MARCH Slet, 1912 ...
 |45fi,915.7I
 $lll,268.6«
mowing a net gain of $845,647.IJ
This remarkable gain ie positive evidence ol tho convenience Bnd practicability  of thc C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at 6 PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DlJrMNw THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire ft Hani of Your Own—II you Would Be Independent of a landlord—Inresttg-ftte This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable''
Home Office:   PACITIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office : J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
liflB»l»iififla«l«lwlal«lwlal«lw|»Mam^
P. BUR/US & CO., LIMITED
^/Htvays the   "Best
"ShamrocK." Butter
1
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
jonnnaDQgaijnaa
ewWWMiflit
NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING DAILY
Huntley & Palmer's Nursery Blucnlts, per lb   50c
Molasses Snaps, 2 lbs. to  25c
Presh Crisp Sodas, per pail  35c
New Summer l heese, per lb  2jc
Orders Delivered to Any Part ot City.
♦JOHN   MClNTYRi     *w   SON
Fire Street. Telephone No. 93
YES! WE SELL
(Continued on Tags three.)
v**** Premium Ham
«$h$» Premium Bid. Ham
W Premium Bacon
*b& Brookfield Butter
*b*b Brookfield Eggs
«$"& Brookfield Cheese
W Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine  assortment  of
Fresh Meats- tbe best that
'•I '*' iiiunev can lmv.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, IMS.
HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREBt
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
Mckenzie avenue  a roomed house on 60-foot lot $7500 00
1st. STREET-G-roomed house on 50-foot lot _ $4000 00
Snd. 8TRHT- 8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot $5000 00
5-roomed house on 50-foot lot _ _ $3000 00
5-roonied bouse on $1500 00
3rd. 8TREET   4   bouses ..._ _ $2100 to $3400 00
10-roonied bouse on 300-ft. lot $8500 00
2 lots (tbe pair) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair) „ _.... $1500 00
4th. 8TREET- 6-roomed bouse, nearly new $2200 00
6-roomeil bouse on 50-ft. lot $3000 00
5th. 8treet   3 6-roomed bouses.   Bach $3200 00
9-roomed   house $3800 00
7th. 8TREET- 4 lots, each - $ 300 00
8th. STREET    2 hits.    Tbc pair $1600 00
5-roomed house near C.P R. Shops $ 650 00
3 Shops and rooms on McKenzie Ave    $ I5,ih)0
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W.  H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
Fire, Ute and Accident Insurance    Government Lands      Money to Loan
AQENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
(Continued   From   Page  Two.)
GOULD NOT BUNCO
THISJAN
Has No Use For Peddlers  Salting
Worthless  Medicines
crew can he centered at a given 4101m
in the' minimum time.
The' Fiji Islands will contribute tn \
maintenance of the Imperial navy.
The legislative council, which consists
of ten of the officials nml eight unofficial members, of whom six are elect
ed and two nalives, nominated hy the
Governor, has passed a mot ion favoring a contribution of one percent of
the colony's revenue. On the recent
revenue  ivtuin    for    the  Islands,    the
ami t, that will    be contributed will
approximate sin.nun. The native popu
Iation ol lho Islands is 96,000, ihe Indian Immigrants number 17,105, and
the Europeans 3,000
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,7CO,OCO
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OEMERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT ....)
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUed
BANK MONEY ORDERS j
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rata.
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 :: :: :: ::
FIRST STREET
Newman Mrb. president of th«' Minne
apolis i St. Louis Railroad, rn-ently
estimated thai the automobile had
within the last twelve years addel
82,000,000,000  to the farm lands of the
-F jEv/ Hi -tU I
Crookstairs, Ont.
I was pestered last week with a travelling agent who said he had heard
I that I was troubled with Rheumatism.
I told him I had been and he wanted to
I sell mesome other medicine. Ianswered
, that I was taking GIN PILLS, the I
j only medicine that did me any gooil.
I told bim that I had tried various
' other medicines but none had done me
j any good but GIN PILLS and tbat I
always kept n box in the house.   GIN
country, Not more than ten yeurs ago '   PILLS have done me more good thai
any other medicine I have ever taken
TosKl'H Stevbnson
Don't be imposed upon. Don't accept
Substitutes. If vour dealer won't supph
you with GIN'PILL'S, at the regulai
retail price of 50c, a box, 6 for J2.50.
send direct tons. Sample box free if you
write National Drug and Chemical Co.
of Cauada, Limited, Toronto. 205
Manga-Tone lllood and Nerve Tablets
are the best all round tonic for pale, thin
bloodless people.    50c. a box.
the farm with easy i-ailrua.l access I
was, lie nrguod, worth about 875 an
acre, while-a farm twenty mile; back
was hardly worth $10 an acre. But
the- Lit li-i- nowaday- is wiihin an bonis j
easy nutomoblle run, au.l Ua value' lias
enormously appreciated for th(lt reason. Tlie farmer with h.i-e automobile
transport twenty miles from tb1 railroad, Is epiiiee as we'll off as the farmer
of the last generation whose land lay
within three or lour miles 0: the shipping  point.
It was announced in Tokio. last
week, ikat the- United State- had intimated readiness to favor .in principle
the payment of an indemnity to Japan
ese subjects who have been affected
hy ihe' California uli-'ii land owner
ship legislation. The United States
has also recognized the right of Japan
to adopt a measure similar to the California  hill.
The Kdmonton city  council    has de
lor a distance of 114 miles. The bridge
has been finished across Anderson
Creek, and tracklaying on the other
side is now in progress. Four miles
Further on another bridge 70<i feet long
is reguired, and while this is being
built tracklaying will again be bus-
pendi'd. When this is finished the track
will be laid right through Lytton.
Northward from this point the grade is
practioally complete to Kamloops and
about ready forthe steel. As soon as
the bridge across1 the Thompson river
at Kamloops is completed steel will be
WE ARE GIVING AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Every Five Cent Cash Purchase gets
one Coupon.
The   Greatest   Value    in     Coupons
Gets the Prize.
SEE    MIDDLE   WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
Look!!    Prices  Cut!!
No. 2—2 x 4   2 x 6 $13
No.    12x8    $19!
No.    1-2x10   2x12    $20
We arc overstocked in No. 2 and No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above prices as long as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
WhlK 5TARtf#^M LARCE5T 5TEAMER5 ^CANADA
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
NeW S. S. Laurentic (15,000 Tons)      New S. S. Megantic
First Class- *92.50.        Second-.t53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teetonic
582 feet long
Twin Screw
Stkamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long
Only One Class Cabin (11) S50.00 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, (519 Second Ave.. Seattle
KliVKI.SIuKK   CiliNKKAI.   AGENCIES    C.  P.  R    TICKET  Ami NT,   ReVHLSTOKB
eiele'd   i,,  engage  tlf  services    of  Mi*. laid westward  to  iiic't tiie trae'klayers
William Qliapman, of the Brm ol Chap- working east.   By the end of the pres-
nian &  Power,  of Toronto and Winni- ent  year the line. Iietween   Port Mann
peg, in the capacity oi consulting   en- nnd Kamloops will be completed.
gineer tor a period of two years, at an ■	
annual salary ol $3000. Mr. Chapman
to visit the cdty four times in the year
the visits to aggregate thirty days
spent in the e-ity.
At a meeting ot tlie hoard of Wesley
College ai Winnipeg, la-t \v,«-U. it was
Anally decided tee affiliate with Manitoba college. Th<' question was thoroughly discussed, und the opinion was
expressed that it would be In the Interests ol both colleges, as wa-1 ihe
organic unlonof ih.- Presbyterian and
Methodist churches. The lollowing
wire appointed on the board of Wesley
college; Principal Dr. Btewart, Mcssrj]
J.H. Ashdown. H. W. Hutchinson and
E.L. Taylor.
I
An Ottawa despatch state? that when
thc Canadian Northern's transcontinental railway is advanced to a stage
where iln- securing of running right-
over the Intercolonial bedamos a greater necessity than now, the company
will be asked by the- government to
=ubmil ., detailed proposition. Wbat
has been done heretofore is only tentative, beiiiM ., long-standing application
een genernl line's and before i> can he
a 'ted een much more Information must
be forthcoming,
Th," Canadian Northern railway ini"
is complet -.1 eastward from Port Mann
(>00<H><><K><>0^0<K>OKH><K>0<K)^<K><?
S NEW ARRIVALS
BOYS' SUITS
For years Women have looked to this
Store for the most reliable qualities in
Boys' Wear with the assurance of the
best values procurable. Here are new
arrivals that will interest many. Make
your selection when choice is at its best.
ITS PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as you are
at tlii- restaurant. And the service is
only a foretaste of
I  McRae Mercantile Co. I
O HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND 0
6 THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES O
Jkkk><kkkk><><><k>o<><><><>o
THE FINE MEAL YOU WIIL ENJOY     CCiltrOl  HotC-l
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
aud try our bill of fare. If perfect victuals, perfectl} cooked anel perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. ti. THIAKISON  Manager.
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE. B. C.
beg t'l announce that thei have opened np offices at the
corner of Firsl Street and Connaught Avenue for the purt-
pose of handling real estate timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, ami get in on ground Boor prices.
We also niaUc a special!) ol listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick.
Set .-Treasurer
P. o. Drawer No. 4.   Telephone No, 321,
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
. . It Min tit Be Hot . .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the .Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
TO T
3H
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
D I  I D. I    I f***    Wm' B0YD' Pr°Prieto' • Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
i-JLLLU* JUX-nVS&itfBI JE
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there   are   -till  a   few   people   who   don t
know what a safe combination  Bell's  Bread
nud  New Zealand Butter make	
P. O   Box 208
. W. BELL
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
I would respectfulh call voui attention to mv full line of Woollen', jusi
received fot Fall and Winter u ir, comprising the latest Btyles, fabrics and
colorit
I would also call youi ittentinn lo the fact thnt I have taken a lull
course of instruction in cutti.; men nud women's garments at "the John J,
Mitchi 11 Co." cutting academy, New York Cit>.
Have  worked   mil I pracll  il   gxperienct   with  leading  tailoring
I   ' e'eli-ehniciits iii llie ■•., -.i ,1 mn safclv   recommend   myself  as  one
who thoroughly undercut I cutting, designing end making ofmen'sand
women's garments. Thcrcl , you could not do any better than leave your
ordei here for youi Fall n   I Winlei garments,
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENTS
I   TAILOH
ACHOSS FROM THE   "CLUB."
Howson C&, Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cAdded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913.
^ REVELSTOKE
POULTRY
AT NAKUSP
Ai the- annual fair held at Nakusp
0n Oct. 2nd an.l 3rd, Revelstoke poul-
ny nu n .arried oil another big list
of  winners:
li.  M.  Smythe:—
Barred Ro3ks—1st cock, 1st hen, 1st,
cockerel,  1st pullet
It will probably surprise you to know the cost o( a bad stove
in excessive coal bills during the winter. There arc plenty of
ri isons wh) one stove will burn mote coal than another.
, in and let us explain why our stoves are more econom-
. al than sny other.
nl selection of good stoves anel  that  will cost   you  no
than the coal-devouring kind.
Luml)
ermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   fi.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,
Ravelstoko, B. C
Whii)'  Rocks—1st   eoc'.i,  1st  hen,  1st
cockerel, 1st pullot,
Bufl  Rocks—1st'cock,   1st  hen,      lsi
cockerel, 1st pullel.
Partridge Rocks—1st   cock, 1st hen,
Ul  cockcral,  1st pullet.
Special   for tha  best   pair  of  Barred   QQt      I  (""It.
Rocks  in  Bhow,
before buying yonr out-
tit of working clothes
for the hush. I make a
specialty of Losing
Shots, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets nml everything
required in vour hufltnea.,
Sto-dcsfor Hard or Soft Ccal
or ti/ood
Ele at rie Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
R. Ballard:—
Brown  Lc-jhorns,  S.C.   1st  cockerel,
1st pullet, 2nd Pullet.
K. Bourne:—
Silver   Laced  Wynndottes-*lst  cock,
lsi  he'ii.  1st  cockerel, Ist pullet.
R. M.  Smythe making a record win-
niiiL.'  16 firsts out  of his lii entries.
REVELSTOKE
tr
^
COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL 3[33
BRIQUETTES
We have over 60(1 tons of the above coal on hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay iu your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.   See ns for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D, SIBBALD, I'kks.
J. I). SIBBALD, JR., Skc.
V
I'OR
THE CORRECT
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
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• t *   . t *   * <■
»       •     • i   1      j,<
b      9    » <5   ***   «wfiO
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
The   family   rrmedy   for    Cocrhs   nnd  Coldl
*Sh^oh costs   so   little   end does   bo ir.uch!
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0 0
% (m-p^ria.! Bank of Canada o
Q , .-.   -   ....       i-.,. ,„«..,.    r>^f-0 ^ir>. Q
v  ,  0
$ Capita] Auth r z«>d - l'i.OOO.000.00 S
0 Capital Pud Up       -       -      -      6,952,00^.00 £
0 Reserve and Undivided Profits      8 100,000.00 6
6 Savings Bank Department 6
V Deposits of $1 and ui>waid, received, and  interest  nllowed at   V
Q   current rate from dap of deposit,   Cori-cspondenre s, licit ed. Q
I   Revc'.Jto'ie Bran :h - A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.    9
O-O-O-O OOOOOO 00-0~0<KW>0-0<K> O 000-6
OF FUEL
From the vendors standpoint
Is the PRICK with tbe most PROFIT
This is not the ITICinST
PRICK or ibe I.O*V*FST
PRICK, but th- PRICK
which will .'iv him the
most SALES nt theOREAT-
i:ST PROFIT.
That settles the PRICE of
ALL FUEL.
Fo* a medium-priced coal try
Coursier s   Coal
Come and look at our Triangle Saei
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICK    b LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Estimates given free
But
"Canada's
Best"
In Use 40 Years-Good Then-Better Now
»    We Invile Comparison
Known f *k -
Perfect Scale
Purity of Tone
Suscep'ibil ty
of Touch
Beauty of
Finish
Work tn iii-.lii;*>
and
Dur.ib lity
PIANOS
-WE   11 ave
More Medals
and   Awards
rii.'in an v oilier
Canadian
Piano
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London, EnK* 1886
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PLAYtRS
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Watches and Clocks!
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Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
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5E HEAR THE STARS IN YOUR OWN HOME
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I hereby wish to publicly thank the
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mnnner in whieh my Insurance claim
of (917 bas been riiiil by them.
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Information Wanted
REYNOLDS Will Samuel Reynolds
write i,i Mr-. IO. Reynolds, Sfil, 16th
Avenue Enst, Vancouver, B.O, Will
lieai ,,i ome property, Formerly liv
eil ,n   31  Soot!  Street.
Hanci'ing Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -    Night Ph.one 85
■ifckly  S*. ; ;   i mi h ,
n4 throat ur.S lunfft*
curca   col-;
i. u.i  heali
2.1  Cf>ntn.
The Henry B. Harris Estate Offers
The Nation Wide Comedy Success of New
York City Liie
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Hliilade p    i.   Four
Bosl m.
Tho pnthetic story of an uiv. i d youth am
merits ot an overcrowded citv: replete with a fund of wil hum
and pathos, admirably blei ded into a four act comuly, capably
enacted and with il scenic equipment.
House      ' m    from  Ivd^ai  Si Iw •- n 's i otneil    of Ni \\
Vork I.:!".   'The Country Boy,'   K.mpri    i I'm stii. Oct, 13th
Seat on sale at McDonald Drug Store.      Prices. 50. 75, $1, $1.50.
from   IJ<1       Selwyn's   Coined} ■■( City   life'.    "The Country
H'.}" Kmpress Tm vrm-.. October 13th
I BATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE riVB
I'
1
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for Ihe use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Djpirl:n3,it on Seond Floor.
Mistake's Department Store
C. £. Jfume 8t Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Women's Kitchen Aprons
A leet of Women's Kitchen Aprons in Big Styles,
cover Up the entire dress. This line is all made
in extra good qualities of good ginghams and
galateas.     You   could   not   make  them  for tbe
money.     Kach 90e
 *	
English Cushion Covers
Lovely colors snd designs, great wearing line all
new goods.   At $1.00, SOc and 25c
 *	
Dress Goods Bargains
I you get VOUl share of the big Dress Goods
Bargains this week. There arc --till plenty on
sale. I'laiu cloths, screes, fancy dress gooils, all
Sl ;'   to £2.00 goods, for 90,■
I NEW ARRIVALS
aarofmfromrorororororororcs
% Women's Fancy Coats |
I Children's Fancy Coats f
§ Fine French Flannels %
p New Wools and Yarns %
r Pretty Dresses for Children 3
% Warm Winter Underwear %
" New Mitts and Gloves 3
■kx
)A'~
••J'—
Children's Coats
One hundred Children's Jerseys aud Knit Coats,
all colors and si/es Snug, warm, little ideas for
the little tots at each     $1.00
Warm Pall aiiel Winter Coats for little girls .em!
children—the very newest snd latest  novelties  for
thi' small ones in the new fabrics and 'rims. Pit
children from 1 to in years. Yon should see
them.
10DD Women's and Children's
Caps, Iloeeele., Bonnets came our way .it a big concession on the regular. You will finel these in the
Dry Goods Department arranged on tables at quick-
selling prices   25C 50C 75C and $1.00
A New Lot of Women's Skirts
A new lot of Women's Skirts-in  mixed tweeds anel
lijack and navy cloths.     Two Special prices    	
 $2.90 tnd $3.90
FB\
HING AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
Sm BOYS' CLOTHING
Every boy knows this Famous brand
and is struck with the smart, snappy
appearance. Every mother knows
that "LION BRAND" wears longer
than any other. This season's models
are made with full fitting bloomers, neat
double-breasted j coats, and have the
unbreakable shoulder, so well known
in all "Lion Brand" Suits. The new
ones come in nobby tweeds and close
woven worsteds.
Prices,  $5.00  to  $12.00
Men's Working Trousers
A pure wool Halifax Tweed :
comes in dark grey only;
made with the " CARRS "
label, which stands for everything good in workmanship
and just the thing for cold
wet weather.
PRICE:—$3.50 PER  PAIR
WOMEN'S SHOES
Our new stock of Fall boots and evening slippers have just come to hand.
They are the product of the J. £& T.
Bell Factory, and we feel confident
that nothing has ever been shown in
the city to compare with them. All
the new lasts and leathers in both boots
and slippers. The most careful and
fastidious shoe critic would be pleased
with the new ones.
BOOTS FROM $4.50 TO $6.00
SLIPPERS FROM $3.00 TO $5.00
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
PICKLES
How about your Pickling Onions and Cucumbers. We have them fresh every
morning, also green tomatoes, ripe tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower and celery. Best
quality of malt and white wine vinegar.
Special for Friday and Saturday
Post Tavern Specials 15c. per package
Coffee, our special, 3 pounds for $1.00
Tea,       "       "    ,    3 pounds for $1.00
Flower Pots and Butter Crocks
Jusi ani veil—a uhipmenl of Flower Pots, all sizes. Get the ones you want before it
is too late.
GOOD SUPPLY OF BUTTER CROCKS JUST IN.
We are unloading to-day a carload of New Baled
Hay.   Order early.
S'**h iTi iTi ifi iTi iTi 1*1*1 iTi iTi -.ITi iti 1*1*1 [*l*i ifi iTi it*t 1T1 i'fi iTi iTt it'i i*ti 1T11T1 iti itt iti it, e*r- ■***■ ■****. .***■ ,t, ,-t. ,-t, ,-t.
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| NEW CHINA |
3j Japan China Tea Sets X
# " "     Cream and Sugar Sets <3+
S Fruit Sets   7 pieces J*
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each. T
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers <f*
♦^^^♦^♦♦♦'^^^^♦♦♦♦**^fM^*^^^^*^*^<J»^*^«
House   Furnishing   Department
A New Lot of Curtain Goods just opened up, in Scrims,
Madras and Nets.
It will pay you to look over our Table of Wall Paper Bargains this week. The Prices are right as the goods must
go.
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. PAGE SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1JU3.
^fA./TD
VERSAniES
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EMPRESS     THEATRE
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES
0 NIGHTS STARTING   OPT    CH4i
Z THURSDAY vL 1 .   yill
THURSDAY
F. STUART  WHYTE'S
"VERSATILES
»
Thursday Night J New Musical Comedy, "THE CANADIAN EXPRESS."
^ Friday Night, "UP THE RIVER."
COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTIONS Prices, 50, 75, $1.00 and a few at $1.50
Seats On Sale At McDonald's Drug Store, Phone No 3.
|CA-H:DS|
0. B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.   H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Boi 205, Telephone 313. Revelatoke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  0. Land
Surveyors   and   Contractors.
P. 0.  Box 347       Kamloopa, B.C.
Branch  Otlice—Watson  Realty   C«.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No.  10SI
COMING EVENTS
Oct,  9,   HI—The  Versatiles,      at      the
Empress   i Ium tic.
Oct.  13—"The  Country Boy,"  'it   the
Empress theatre.
Oct.  Hi aud 17—The'  Vutvli and Foster
Englisfh  Comedy  Company,     at  the
Empivs- theatre.
Oct.  20—Allen  Players  for   one   week
it  Empress theatre
Oct.  27,  28—Bdison Talking Pictures
Empress theatre.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Meet* every flret and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lows Hall. Visiting
brethern  cordially  invited to  attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
8chool ol Music and Oratory, under
Direction ol
PROF. C. 0. BROWNELL.
Teaching Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice
Culture for Sinking and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francis   Hall,  on    McKenzie    Avenue.
KOOTENAY      LODOB,  No.  '.I  A.  F.
add A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddrellowj' HaU
on tha Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER. Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mouuiain View Camp,  No. IM.
Meeta Second    and     Fourth  Wednesdays    la *ach  month   in    Selkirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  Woodmen   are
eordially  invited to at'end
JAMES   McINTYRE,   C.C.
H. W. EDWARDS. Clerk.
NOTICE.
By a recent order in couneil, the
Provincial Executive have ordered that
the published list of lands in the Rev-
elstoke Assessment District tor unpaid
taxes, has been withdrawn, and the
date ofsab of said lan.ls is hereby
postponed till November llth, 1913.
N. R. BROWN,
Deputy  Assees-oi and  C<ellector.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Notice is hereto given that on the
20th day of October next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for the transfer of the
Lie'ense for the sale of liquor by retail
in and upon tir' premises known as the
Lardeau Hotel, situate at Comaplix,
British Columbia, from Adolphe' Boil-
eau to Albert Edwin Jewitt of Coma-
plix, rtritish Columbia.
Dated this 17th day of September,
1913.
Adolphe  Boileau.
Holder of License.
Albert Edwin Jew
Applicant  for Tran Mr.
Ist issue Sept. 17, 30 days
SELKIRK      LODOE  IX,  1.  O.  O. F.
Meeta every Thurs Inv .••mini in
flelkirk Ha'l hi - dock *.•-..
brathren  rrrd-.ally  invited
CHA . N.C.
JAS MATHIE Sac.
COCRT  MT.  BEGBIE, No. 14(1.
OF I. O. S".
Meeta in I. O. O. F. Ha;: next to
Tapping's Opera Hei.- ■■■•-, tt id
» ' eurth Mon'lay ;n month. Visiting brethr«n cr.rjiall-.   welcomed
H.  V. MORGAN. C.  R.
WM.   fl.   CAMERON    P.      Ue
EY,   '*     * RTE1    v
Barn-t";s.  .-o i Itors, Etc
-Ott':    •
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olicit
ti
UNION BARBER SHOP
We .     i
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Year- Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduc:
JOS. HACK
Ay
kX S Vif^or
Just a little e .ire- .uul mi,  I      n 11
that's .ill.   Isn't ;i head oi rich,
heavy hair worth while?
.   ,   ..        .. M .1. by J (t  \    ei,.
Ask Your Doi tor. , ,„,,,
SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rig    -    '
In   Man.toba,   Sask..*
■
tion of  the
rents'
a   i -o ,ne : ;ie  ap-
.Met.
App!.
hy   the
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Ing  rig  'j see    ma
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be     di Bi :   ■■•.
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(undid o  .,
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The *,)'••*■ in operating th
■
accounting for tha  '       , ■'
mei cbi nta >le coal
royaltj   thereon,   If  th
rixliU  in <■   :. it  brtl .' lUCl
rei urna should  he fiirnii lean
once ii year.
Vni fit 'eu mai o dicatl
ebould be made to the I   i
the Depai I menl  ief  I he  tnl bi or     ' H
tawa,  or to  tha   4gent or      ■ I» Agent
of Dominion  Landa.
W.  W. OORY,
Separate sealed tenders. BU[)ereCt*ibed
; "Tender for Manufarture and Delivery
of Superstructure Metal, Bridge at
!Taghum, B.C.," and "Tender for Substructure an.l Erection of Superstructure Bridge at Taghum, B.C.," will lie
received by the Honourable tho Minis-
I ter of Public Works up to noon of
'Tuesday, the Hth October, for the
j manufacture and delivering f.o.b. cars
eat Taghum, B.C., and for the complete
I substructure ani erection of superstructure, respectively, of the bridge
over the Kootenay River at Taghum,
B. C.
i Drawings, specifications, contract,
and forms of tender can bc seen at the
otlices of the Government Agents at
Nelson, New Westminster, Vancouver,
and Revelstoke. and also at the office
of the I'ublic Works Engineer, Parlia -
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one < opy of
the drawings and one copy of the specification for the sum of twenty-live dollars (8*25).
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque or oertiflcate
of deposit on a chartered bank, of Can-
adg, made payable to the Honourable
th" Minister ol Public Works, for the
s*um of *>!,0<)0, which shall be forfeited
If the' i.aity tendering decline to enter
into '-ontract when called upon lo do
ao. The cheques or eertificates of de •
ID 's,fui tenderers will be
hem upon the execution of
t        intract.
Th- sucoeuful tenderer nhall 'urn io
a :o:id ■>! a guarantee company satis-
t-iC*ory to the Minister of Public Vorka
in the sum of five thousabd lol'tiM
forthe du.' fulfilment of the
i ontract.
he   - nsi lered   .me^s
d the forma supplied, s'.;n-
ed with na ten
D   0  ■        n  *h"   env.'i'.pea
umlshed.
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PORTLAND
CEMENT
Look for this
label on every bag
IT means best quality—tested
quality—full measure and
thorough satisfaction.
It is on every bag of ^^^t?M_ I   '
CANADAPortland CEMENT
UNLESS you have facilities for testing cement, you must
depend upon the manufacturer for Cement that is
reliable — Every car of Canada Cement is thoroughly
tested, and unless it passes every test it is not allowed to leave
the mill.
You can depend upon Canada Cement.
Be sure you get it.
Canada Cement Company Limited, Montreal
There is a Canada Cement dealer in your neighborhood.    If you do not
know him, ask us for his name.
Write our Information Bureau for it free copy of the 160 page hook    What
the Farmer Can Do With Concrete."
j/m. y^ryy^j
,wr,r£ammm
■eMe-eMH SATURDAY, OOTOBER 1, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVHN
r
S. G. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
LETHBRIDGE   COAL
V
FOR SALE   NONE  BETTER.
PHONE 60
*
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Union  Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $600
Jaclc Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order
All the latent color* in MateliiHUf Cloth, Fancy
I ■* I", -ti npeil iiii ctit'cked wnrMtfdn     Over
une hundred Intent patterns to choone (mm—
no two alike.
FANCY COATINOS T | latest New York
OnaUoni and the mo.it iip-to dat« stock in
It. ('. Ladies who expect much from un, can-
tint he dlnappfdnted when they nave tbeir Suit
Ot Long Cutaway Coat made by 119. We have
the very b«at designs from Paris in charge of
this department. There is no suit or coat too
fancy for un to make.
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
THE    LEADING   LADIES'   AND   MENS   TAILORS
NATURES BEST
are the only fruits and vegetables used in our canned
goods and preserves. Picked
where grown and fully ripened, they are at once put
into cans and jars with all
their goodness retained. Try
them if you want something
extra good for the table.       4*
Hobson's Grocery
WEALTHY
EMPIRE
OF NORTH
Edmonton, Sept. 30 —Thirteen
hundred mileB in a wooden canou
on the Bwift northern rivern Hnd
.'500 miles overland through a wilderness ii nme weekp, is a Irip ju-t
completed by C. D. Melville, 11
member of the Dominion FifherUs
hoard, nnd John McKenna, both of
Edmonton. The trip afforded the
former an opportunity to investigate the possibilities of the northern waters, which, he reports, teem
with white and other fish.
Melville killed two bull moo-e
and two big bears, shooting from a
canoe while spinning along the
Peace and \Vabaica riverp, which
drop more thnn IKK) feet in a d b-
tance of ;t*20 miles. The hanks are
from ,r)0 to 100 feet above lhe WHter
level. He reports seeing laige
numbers of mooje,  bear and other
big g me and wild (.ese, ducks and
pheanantB. lie and McKenna also
found indications of asphalt, sulphur, iron and other metals on the
way from Athabasca to Fort Vermillion.
Tlie vovageurs visited the provincial government's experimental
farm, six miles from Fort Vermilion, midway b tween the 68th and
59'h parallels of latitude, near
which the Lawrence familv, residents in the district since 189(>,this
season cut 300 acres of wheat, which
averaged more than IH bushels to
the acre. The experimental farm,
it is reported, i-i making satisfactory progress.
"The north country is being settled and developed rapidly," Melville said on returning to this city,
"and the pioneers predict big things
with the coming of  the railroads.''
Cause for Alarm
Loss of appetite or distress after
eating —a symptom that .should
not be disregarded.
It is not whut you eat but. what you
digest and assimilate that docs you
rued. Some of the strongest, healthiest persons are moderate eaters.
Nothing will pause more trouhle than
a disordered stomach, and many
people contract Bcrious maladies
through disregard or abuse of tho
stomach.
We urce all who Buffer from indigestion, or dyspopaia, to try Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets, with the understanding thut we will refund tho
money puid us without question or
formality, if after UBG you are not
perfectly satisfied with results.
We recommend Itexall Dyspepsia
Tablets to customers every day, and
have yet to heur of one who has not
been benefited. We believe them to
be without equal. They give prompt
relief, uiding to neutralize acidity,
stimulate flow of gastric juice.
Strengthen the digestive organs, and
thus promote perfect nutrition and
correct unhealthy symptoms. Three
sizes, *.'.*) cents, 50 cents, and $1.00.
You can buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in this community only at our store:
WALTER BEWS.
Revelstoke British Columbia
n* %matlstor»
There is . Rexall Store in nearly every town
and city in the United States, Canada ami
Great Britain. There is a diflerent Rexall
Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
eaeb rflpeoially designed for tbe particulur ill
for which it is reeommended.
Ths Rexall Stores are America's Orsatest
Drug Stores
THIS
isa
HOME
DYE
that
ANYONE.
can use
SAWDUST
PRODUCES
RUBBER
DYOLfl
kTl.e Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
* All Kinds of Cloth.
Clean, Simple, No Chinn of Mlatakta. TRY
J ITI Send for Free Color Card and Booklet.
I Tb. Juliii.toa - Rithardaoa Co. Limited, Montreal
tttPYAT
MAKES PERFECT BREAD
A large English company has
recently commenced the commercially successful production of acetone and fusel oil from sawdust by
a Bimple procesB of fermentation.
From these two products isoprene
can be derived, which later can be
changed into rubber, merely by allowing it to lie in contact with a
small quantity of the metal sodium. This synthetical rubber
vulcanizes readily and compares
favorably with the natural product
in resilience, dui ability and  price.
Acetone is used in the manufacture of cordite, and fusel oil is
used in tbe manufacture of arti
ficial leather cloth. Previously it
was chiefly obtained as a bye-pro
duct in the manufacture of whiskey, brandy and vodka, but by
this new process it can now be
extracted much more cheaply,mak-
ing possible a large profit. It is
calculated that these bye-products
of sawdust are worth almost $400 a
ton. As it tnkes only ten tons of
sawdust to yield a ton of these
valuable constituents, the resultant profit is obvious.
In Europe, with its densely
populated regions contiguous to the
forests, the elimination of wood-
waste is an economic essentiality,
and hence methods have been
evolved which, in some cases, utilize even the leaves and roots of
trees. While this is not essential
in America at present, it is desii-
able to reduce the waste which
takes place in the different pro*
| cesses of transformingjthe standing
timber into finished product, which
I amounts to something like 50 per
cent, of the total volume of the
tre-s. To tbis end, the Canadian
' government, is establishing a fully
'equipped wood products laboratory
at McGill university in charge of
A. ti. Mclntyre, B. A., B. Sc, under whose direction experiment!
J will be conducted to discover new
uses for common Canadian trees
and for the enormous quantities of
sawdust and other forms of waste
wood which now represent a money
Iobs to the country of millions of
dollars annually.
After admitting General Ca9tro, the
United States immigration officials
can hardly refuse to receive Mrs. Pank
hurst.
The Answer is here, in
This Store for Men.
Hundreds of men are asking themselves
or their wives or their friends
"Which of the new styles will look I
best on me ? |
"What shall I get for a Suit and
Overcoat ?".
And the answer is right here, in this
eminently Satisfactory Store for Men.
A little time spent here in looking, will
bring to every man all he seeks to know
of what is correct in the new styles in
both Suits and Overcoats.
We are here to please you—to show you
thc new models—and to explain the
merits of Fit-Reform tailoring. Come
in and see the new styles—from $15.
to $35. 842
Phone 41
Box 734
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
The broilei door is so roomy
nnd well arranged that a rich
juicy steak or toast can lie
done to turn without the
usual tiring, stooping necessary with common ranges.
This and many other exclusive convenient features increase the pleasure <rf kitchen
work and should be insisted
upon in the raiifje you buy.
The pok cr-h ole
door in the front
of t li e Kootenay
ranfge is in just the
right place for poking down the ashes
and Stirring up the
fire.
m
;:.y.j Kootenay Rangei   arc   sold
'•v.K everywhere by good dealers
85SH who back up our guarantee
!•:•!; on   this   splendid   range—
ii
Vis
LONDON   TORONTO   MONTREAL   WINNIPEG   VANCOUVER
ST. JOHN   HAMILTON   CALGARY   SASKATOON   EDMONTON
&
The Hand That Moves The
Lever Saves 162-3 Per Cent.
of Your Coal Bill
Here is the opportunity for the housewife to
deal the high cost of living question a hard jolt
without any effort on her part.
The way is to make sure that her new range is
controlled by a Gurney Economizer, which will
save 1 ton of coal in every 6 burned in an ordinary
range.
The Economizer is to the stove what the control lever is to the engine or automobile. Without
control neither is efficient.
With the Gurney Economizer it is possible to
quickly vary the heat of the oven. Various foods
require different temperatures. The Economizer
keeps this desired temperature absolutely uniform.
It also means that when cooking is over, you
may have a cool kitchen and still have your lire
going - while you can have the fiercest heat in a
few minutes by a slight pressure on the lever.
Ifyou possess a Gurney-Oxford your advantages
are innumerable. The Divided Flue means heat
for every hole on the stove. The New Special
Grate guards the lowest fire. The Broiler exposes
every inch ofthe coals.
These features are exclusively "Gurney-Oxford."
It will furnish your kitchen handsomely — it
will do your work adequately.
&
Revelstoke
g  Hardware Co., Ltd. g
^^«©<-^^
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Rest Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.   ALBERT     STOlsriE! PEOP- tAGB BIGHT
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER >, 1"13.
LOCAL and GENERAL
now   lon't wait nil the beat  ari
ring up No.  3 Macdonald's  cli'Ua
Miss Pnrker will sing "0,  DivltU'
deemer" in i ho Methodist church
morrow evening,
101*1'
Re
M
city
Mi
the
Mel   i.r   of Kami e ,p , I- in
the
■ i y ■
Hartley of Golden,   i
It
prof
,1      \.    I  .f   A.   iei        el     I  '   le   !   "  !
Thu   duj        irlj   wesl    iou   '
you  i esei v. ,i   youi   -eat
:  i iho Versatiles, tho best you
.    iati    ■ lei'  j    terday
out loial    tor a few d ij ,
is . ouci e'ele-,1 by nil tlml  the En
i is i he- liu.'-i iiKiiiien pici ure Iioubi'
in  ih,' Interloi' of B.O, antl »'ome
; hu   im t   ph lured  will  be shown,     tli *
pi .i-    » ell be i li,' same n< lhe Stai*.
Sun
M.A .
'Scoi
REVELSTOKE
POULTRY
SOCIETY
yel
In
ih,' ; 'i osbytei ian i lunch
ui
tlay
evening, Ret. Di • Primros
'.
F.8.
A.  Scol      tt ill le. nil'.' nn  ll
tish
Covenanters.1'   Lusi  Bund
aj
a meeting ol the Revelstoke Poultry
\   ...: iii.ni   wa i   held   al    Sniythes'
i    mi  i' ie day last, Sept. :iiiih.
ii. . in, .i   Mathie in the chair, .1 ..I.
Devine,  3.  Ntie.thum,   il.   Boigfried,  B.
Somerville,   Ifi.   Pagot,   It.   Dullard,  F.
|e'l',.|luini and  Sou,   Roy  Smythe.  Min
ing au audience of fourteen hundred lis   utos oi  last  meeting .ui inoiiou
le.l
i.   .1. Porter ol Oli
.ii
inagan Landing,
hero today.
;                    .■ bt'   el  1*0     Will     See. Ill     1)0     .'|>
,   i' . Run Motion picture i
|.'\V.   B   .vn ■• •:   Edmonton, arrived
jn tho 'I   1 iya ''■" trom
.1 i'*.. B a
i..   He    ii
,   h  ird hotel
it  \ in
be found
i.
IS     I!'
King
.1 ,\s    Croi ' tub ook,  and    -1
:  k  ,.   . .   .      were i otieed
;; . .1. Kinn
A.
Greek, 13.
.   .
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.:
mith
1
,.
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.
A
W'.T.  Du
Uil   |i
among
any ]
.
!
bl
111.
I       \; ■,
of ill '
\.  e' -A'1-
tened lee Lhe Bumo addree
church, 0 ii mi >■ Mr, Primrose is an
able speaker aad handles ihi-' aubjeel
in a most Interesting raannei*, The
serviie will begin ai 7:3(1 an.l all who
ilpsiro in attend     are i nnl tally Invit-e i
 n!.   Tin' regular morning   boi
vi  ■   i:   li o'clock and Sun-day school
*   ' 30 p.m,
AT THE EMPRESS
There  will   bo  - it oral  Qrst - In--  at
. .i tii .n   ai   i lii ■  p ipulai   pl iy  lions..
.1 a .i    lhe nexi  few     weeks,   Theatre-
o ■ will do well " ke ip i holi* eye
nn ihese colums where the' theatrical
aews will be found.
Knox ' adopted as  read.
were
A committee was
appointed to gol out Prize list forthe
I iy winter show tn be held at the Drill
! lull on Dec. 8-, 4, and 5, also special
prizos um the souretary wants to huve
the prize lisl in tho hands ot tbe priii.
i.i by ili' l."'(li ,if this mont h, as lettei from Vancouvor and Victoria are
. ling for same. And ua tbe ll. 0,
Poultry Association nro having their
provincial show a fow days after Rev
ol toko w- can look for one of thc best
poultry shows in lho lut■ rior ulso as
N'akusp has jolno I in .-. II li H ■- e itok
i here will   in-  nothing hul   offe  gigantic
ll.eW .
lt   i:   up to   ili"   people of   Hevelstoke |
to help and keep up the uoo i nunic of ■ [arsiaiaraiaajajsiEiaiSMH^
Re el toke      h   li in'.nv-   some   of      the I I
Physical Director ns soon ns poBsi-hlo.
Thi class will meet on Saturdays at
3 to 4:30.
BOYS' BIBLH GLASS.
The members of last year's Bible
class are requested to meet on Saturday, Oct. nth ut 3 o'eloek. This meet
ine.; is I,, organize the work of the com
tag winter. All members are re.picsl
ed to attend.
MlfiN'S  SUNDAY MEETING
(In Sunday ufternnon ut 4 o'tlock,
Uev. Dr, Primrose of Glasgow, Se(ii •
land, will speak Lo the men of Revel-
stoke, Dr, Primrose spoke in the
Presbytorian church on Friday, and
somes to us tv.'ll recommended as an
able speaker. Some vory speeial music will bo rendered. • All men are invit-
,il to attend tbis the flrst.meeting of
lhe season. W
ROWLING
The bowling season is here. Now is
the bimo to gel lined up with one oi
tho teams for the coming lsagne,
Captains of tennis wishing to chut
the league are requested to communicate   wiih  Paul   Samson.
A meeting of ihe' bowling elub w.iU
bo held on Tuesday ;i1 ~:l11 p.m., in
ili,   reading room.
RevelstokJ for the last two years and
made many friends by his kindly manner and courtesy.
The funeral took place on Wodnesday
afternoon, Oct, 1st., from the How-
em undertaking parlors. The pall
bearers were six fellow employees of
lho Hums Company:—Messes. 11. Mux-
well, J.B. Dickson, E. Fry, II. lira -
ham, .1. Roui'ko, .and J. Ua^kcrville,
whilsi a very large company of friends
and citizens of Rovolstoke followed tho
courlego to the cemetery.
The burial service was conducted by
Hev. Stevenson, of tho Presbyterian
church.
Many beautiful and appropriate floral .ilTerings covered the coffin with a
mantel of white flowers, n fltt'ni i i0kon
of the esteem in which deceased was
held by cwryone who had come into
friendly or business oontacl with him
dining his two years residencn at Rev-
el-'I oke.
Mr.   J.D.   Sibbald   is  away
couver on business.
to   Van
Mrs.
Kintie
ar
oi
M
llltl'
Cr
'C
{,
B.O.
is visiting
M
'S.
W
A.
Mor
IS
f
,r
a few
weeks.
I
in*  i < e
th '
.
n a,
are hi
.  i: ...  lv inli.'i  of T
,-..-.- They
Kd    ii 1,
R il an
Pii
,i-
i
Hon     !   .
cn Thursday
lie-  we.
Ellison   wa       : I   ■
,,i'li  'im   ;'...   Nuk i-|e
,9.
5
"Nobody's   Widow,'    Urst   brou  b   I
- ,i  ess  ii.,    -.lis    ill.nn lie'   Bat   -,    tell
I lie   BlOl y ll      ni     llllOI le .ill   gll'l   who   ele
Is,' hei i hi li h Inishaiiel withiu the
i on, ol i heir marriage and ret ui u to
America, reporting hi tu-dden death-
Ho follows ber i o America, under his
ii-;-. heretofore kept hidden, of .the
Duke nf Moreland. "Roxaua" i- in
in. absurd predicament o: having to
belp entertain hei husband at a houso
party, whilo mourning his "death' lie
fore in-,   i tends.
i be Duke endeat ors to     win     baok
f-toxann       love and there   follows a
mad ap romane e     whi. b     take    ..ue.
in.- ii li   .'.   h  n -    ]i i sionati   nu. ii -. -.
I ii  ..i     humor.    "Roxaua
herself is   is fascinating   ,ti'l devilish a
il  «hlma .uul   ap I ■    aa ••
a    to -.'.  while tho en
la\  makes it u v
besl   bird    in  il
R.M.  Smythe
i ii   .ii ■ from ih.
loeiul    ii  for theii
it ii li  i be il..imi ioi
I   Ip  i a e  our
besl   wo ever  had
Loom,    ollt   fill   ill
.      ■     l.il
give a    mull  apei
,-n oiiinl
ber.
for
Interior.
■■ in  id i ipi   of     $250
l'i nWnciul  l'oultry As
winter   sliow,     that
n  th.' city,  will
Poultry    SlleeW till!
• man wiih the prize
■ eenlv want  you    to
lal  and  We will call
nn.   ,,n ibe ist of  Decern-
SALES and WANIS
Ilh. Line Minimum 2.'u.   Ca
arsreuajaisJSJajaisiiMj eu si si tin i
In Uvancc ta
I
ii
ROOMS FOR RENT   Breakfast or full
lioai.I if   lesired.     Phone '2'A'i.
WANTED—A   Hired  Girl,       Apply  t .
41,  Fifth streel,  Revelstoke.  B.C.
Rememh -i Revel ftoko Poultry Asso-
iim Ion are the one i hal can do things
i i -lit.  if yon  will  help them.
1-*.  Fleetham,  'toy Smythe,  R. Hal-
i-' ■    ia Bo  arc  tending
their poultry down to Vrm trong for
the Fnll fair.   We wish them luck.
TU RENT—A Fui
street. Apply
Becond itreet.
in ti, .
to .Mrs.    J.
on -n 1
Caylej
WANTED — Dressmaker,    competent,
wishes jewing by the day.   Applj -7
Fifth   -'Meet.
uOO
. i-. .'.iturday afternoon at
theatre.
Buy your Linoleum at Howsou's, see
their largo line of designs.
Seals nre soiling fast for \V. Stuart
White's London Versatiles. Empres-i
Dth and 10th, ordei- yours now. gei
tho bosl   while Ihey last.
Bond your tin Torn quart of freBh
milk i.'iii;-hi, 10 cents, ai Mclntyre's.
Matin  ■
2:30 —Star
At the Trueman Studio, all por
traits are high grade uni! guaranteed.
—A,  Douglas Toiirnui*.
The Trueman Studio la the house
for high class finish for amateur work
nil  pi-iuts with white borders.
Revelstoke's home of art—The True-
man Studio. Call and see ua, when
discussiig portraits. Prices to suit
all.
Miss llowson, uie if Mrs, Bougurd
lefl ou Oet. Ist for Laggan, whore shs
has1 been engaged ns school teacher.
Mr. A. Mclutyre hus beguu thfl erection of his new residence on Beveuth
Btroet. Messrs. Koole an.l Pradolini
have  the contract,
tin Monday evening next,  the reg
ular meeting of the  Political   ,. p.alny
League will bo hold in tho city     halt,
commencing at 8 o'clock.
Dr, and Mrs. Primrose' of Glasgow,
Scotland, arrived from Banfl yesterday afiernoon. They uiv lho guests ol
Mrs.   W.A.  Sturdy for a few days.
I     iMiss (Irani   who lla-   made a  l'ost   of
fiieiiils by her charming personality
nil.I musical talent during her stay
with her cousin Mrs. W.M. Lawience
left on Thursday noon for hei  home in
Winnipeg.
Mr. Fred Ur [ithni t has rei urm d for
his semi linal In medicine u McGill,
Montreal, leat ing here i-n Thin- lay
Mr, lii'i i Luwren e uccompnni el him
to take tin bis second year Btudi '
in., l'li ino  -r   M Gill,
Mrs,  F.W.  Cameron
returning  from a   I   -
lo  Detroit,  Michigan,  where -'lie
been taking vocal culture, arrive,
town Wednesday nn ,i visit to Mr
Cameron, Fifth street.
if   \\ -si nun
months'      ii i|
lia
in
H.
Mi. an 1 Me     W.l I. Morton of Spokane, are hei    *l   * *  - ol 'In* pi»>  mak<    ll
ninoi     the'     f.-t   ni  ih-   k       Edw ird    ■ '      '; ""-*-"1' champagne.
Miss Felton     nnd ihe Allen Play
W,     W.    FO lop ll >    ::    Ul    Bl        "I
I works,  left - in Thi i sday
■1        and ': h' in
Dropi-ir.' iri   tlf    W    -.-•
Mlkua Post Box
'..  \.  Strutt   if Beati   ,  -    her.- to -
day, ■•.- wi 11 as li K.  I Ioi '-uu
They are i   the     Kiny
Edward hotel
J.W.  M lm• ii.   * i  0i New.   York came
-■   - t earl ey inula
ing.   He is stopping      ei   here a    few
n his way we I
I
Mrs   Ernest   li 3.   M Lean will    not
on Saturday> 0< tobei
os the -..e'ond Satin   •
and th        -. I    foil iwing.
ip -u ! h" i
I Lent re
will present  on
' heir long
fhrifl "
ment at the Em-
Oct. 20th,   when they
ii •-
.i". "The S;e.:.
'The Country Boy"
To 'he Editor:—
Sir,—1 iiave' noticed through the ool
e i,in   ..f ye iur valuable p -]"-i. consider
.,  regarding   the     new
hotel that   is about   to bo erected    ui.i
| thc 'Oiuci  oi First ati-eei and     Orton
avenue; and. as a   prospective   investor
. express      a
few points thai appear lo b« ovi
••.I by (he botel men in the vicinity.
One by gentleman ha- s'a*'-
rant the transf
"The Country Hoy,*' iiy   Edgar   -
...ii ne pre   ..
d tction  of  ..nu   . .
'.■...at igement ot the 1 i i
B. Han and hia name ; ""   "otels ,o
... „„:„_     ,)U i  i"  -'"Oiile    will no    ha
ont with th • drunken
FOR BALE 'lhe Vernon Board of
Trade i- arranging the shipment of a
carload of boxes of hoiee ippli s, -le
livered to ant poini i i •*'■ . iand, Ire
land, S. otland oi Wales. Spe ia
grade of fancy varieties .>;'..ji) per
box.   No.   1 pack     •s:,..*J."..     Specially   ParU
Wall   Paper,
-ous Kinniiiin
,Va
Store
Paper,, at   How-
Hi. Primrose will lecture on "Tho
Seottjsh Covenanters" in St. John's
church on Sunday evening.
X.-xt week the Stai theatre will put
en     Beautj     and  the Beu I. In three
Mi . McKii v returned from Winnipeg Sundny anel after n few busy-days
packing lome hou ehold effects, left on
Thin s.l.-iy evening for Vancouver. Hei
daughter Mrs. Wil'louj hby and two
children of Winnipeg, accompanied hei
home.
While tho pre ei.i lovely autumn wea
ther holds, t,.., will continue lo be Ber
ted on the tennis courts. La t Saturday  Mrs.   Horobin  uu.l      Miss  Hards
11
• •iii
Grimes Fairy Tales. This  weie  toa  hostes fl .  today
packed for export.   Send order, with  -TVilt fe-'tl",>- is f<JI   Thursday    night.   Cartei. .„„, Mr8i ,,,,,,, n .„,.
Mr .  Mo
•  i
uildi    nui cheque oi  monej  ord
ei before 11: obei* ISth. t'ur leaves
Uet. 2olh. Address Secretary, Vernon Hoard of Trade. Vernon, B.C.
FOR SALE—A 24 fool Motor Launch
Seven H.r., Fairbanks cngin.;, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Apply
to P.N.   Roberts,  Arrowheud, B.C.
i • ng
[latin
.
■it   behind.   It
O.w. Cavaull of S .1 -   in ladway life
Thi    I   ig — w;
■   ti in red tight  diati i
n.; aa the two are   ,nait.    :-*
ho .ontr tvllt ».- Bnd the
TO RENT—One single room with private family, at reasonable rate, centrally  located.   Apply  to Box  014.
TO LET—I have a nice Furnished
House to let, on Third street, West.
AAV.  Connolly, nt G.W. Bells* Store
CF   Joulhner aud Frank  Btua-rt rha  iomance oi  toe  *
Vance       . . noticed    una
mat;.- >     i
terd iy.
'I'ho choh
'
in the d. trict   ompetition
minstei
irried
i
Mi .- T,
a
anently wii
tree!
Parker is a highly accomplished
la Ij :.
I
son-  in  voice pro
The-
*
J
a.
*
-n.l    .f th<
to th
*
on
■
.
and
FOR SALE-Four Milch Cows, in
good shape, animals can be inspected and terms obtained Irom Charles
Granstrom, across Columbia Itlver
Bridge, Old Town, Revelstoke
WANTED—Smythe's Employmsnt Of-
tee, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Office,  First  strebt, Revelstoke, B.C.
ioz.. at the   o'i. tion
•o _
,   FOR SALE—A good se-ond-hand Rem
_ , ., .,
union Saturday witb a matinee al
2:30 p.m. Quo \ aelis. n three parts,
Theso featutes are without a doubt
the greatest motion picture productions ever seen in Hevcl-tnUe.
-O.lOjy    a J.lA(lllJH— -(JUIlll   .Idel    s|U,).i
uex — 'liupuoui  sti[i  in  >|11iv qsojaj
The belated Sunday se-hool picnic
was greatly enjoyed on Thursday even
ing by the 'hildren old and young dI
St. John'.- church. At lite thirty tho
church wus crowded and wlnn the bao
quet hall eloors were opened a pretty
eight, red, yellow auel white dab
GALT COAL is handled exclusively' and asters decorated  the long  lines of
in  Revelstoke by the Revelstoke General Agenciea, Ltd.
They say Sir Walter Raleigh was
lhe firsl man who I Mint io smoke. —
Com iei'   coal ha n't learnt yet.
Did you get yours this week ? If not,
get it next.   What: Coursier's Smoke-
linen or Was ll the h-'Ul'S of red and
yellow apples and plum- and score- ol
cukes, cookies and sandwiches that
formed the decorations.- The lively
crowd soon reassembled upstairs when
Mr. Thompson sang "God will take
care of you" and Mr. Stevenson with
the magic lantern told the sion,- of
"Meg's Children'| and "Jessuos' First
The  pictures  were  exoallent.
less Coal
The crop is harvested and cars will I Prayer."   The pictures  were
-oon i.e hard to got  and coal will be I and very much appreciated,
scarce.   Now is  thc  timo  to order H
N. Coursier's.
I
-
'  n •
■
i ■ /   loll -.r> pe-
e
mgton Typewriter,
He-raid  Office,
"
■
a
Literary Society Formed
n
\\ \NTKIi -Washing well and carefully
don. a* the Colored Hand Laundry,
M' K Victoria Road, Fono
K t.NTED        Nn-  In  ,  apply   to    Mrs.
n a: hi  avenue,     aec-
ecoi   1    street.  he -
tecond .'trc.ita.
AI.E—Kd. IOI    i-  :    i'l.   in   mond
Point  Phonograph and 38 Hlue Am
;    I'M
Special    prices  in Brass,      Steel  and
Wood     Beds at Howson's,   Get   one
i:otv.
Winter will s.ion be here. How* aro
you Rx?d for Coal ? Coursier's ia the
Host.   It is Smokeless.
Tonight,    Star      Theatre— "In  the
pply   to" Mail- Toils of  lha Devil>" "»rl;o I,ar,s' bart-
• ring one's soul to the devil, Universal
Weekly; Monday "Fortunes Pest,'' in
two parts, the ease of the missing
girl, comedy; Tuesday, "Behind the
Scenes," in three parts, Gaumont
Weekly, big comedy; Wednesday,"Morgan's Treasure." in two parts.— Star
I heal re.
Fall Fair Results
Following me the retfults of compo -
tiiion in the lloial sootlon at the sixth
annual fall fair and exhibition.
he- i. professional floral display— 1st
vv il.  Pottrufl; *Jnd, .1. Maley.
13   Hesi  eol'ection of     green-
Mrs,  .1.  Paterson wad the hostess ol
a smari reception on Tuesday after -
noon. Lovely autumn weather prevail
ed aula constant coming and eoin^
of visitors tilled the pretty rooms from
three o'clock till six. Line Rosamund   Lawrence   Waited   upon   the door
celeverty, uud ushered the guests Inti
the parlor where Mrs. Paterson re -
eeived, looking very handsome in a
dress of pink silk veiled in chiflon
Mrs, Paterson, bi*., gowned in black
-ilk, received with her, and Mrs. Tom
linson also assisted. Al the n'n table
which wns decorated with a basket of
rangnifloent purple dahlias, Mrs. Itob-
liins poured tea and Mrs. Harry Bews
coflee. Mra. Robbins wore a handsome
gown of black charmeuse wuh ., velvet
hat, Mrs. Bews was prettily dresBedln
tan silk with hat to match, Mr-, it.
tJrquharl wearing a becoming -ilk in
tones of biown with black picture hat
cut the ices. iMis- Irene l'i,.. uniel.
Mi-s Baton and Mis-' May Manning a
-isti-d in serving,
ii-tl.
The first rehoa    i
Th   11  ■-
r.ool  room
i
h idi •        ,
■■
■   '
■. -
the proraoti in
ested >m   .
1 tly,  that a jnn I start ma
lorus uf "* iuei ted to att md   ■-.  B
n i'atinn, if not seen  	
of
■".
nt   lady
.,, |   house plants, 1st, w.H. Pottrufl; 2nd,
:• .  ;   ml'-- .    ■'     Maley.
Class il  -Best collection of ferns, ,T.
Mahy   I it,  W.ll.   Pottrufl 2nd.
I'laH    i.'i   Hesi collection of cut flow
i   .    I.   Maley  Int,  W.H.  Pottrufl '2nd.
Class  16   Bei t collection of Roses.W.
ll. Pottrufl 1st, J. Maley 2nd.
OBITUARY
i
The
v,*e   | ns on Tii irids      .1
Frid iy,  Dth  and  10th nex*,     Bmprosi
th »■       b   famou i on-
.    1, - •     On. .aa
ailing in Western Canada    Tl    Cana
dian  Ex| resi  i   a  pie - lonr  to 1.-
membered with Harry Hoyland a   ,,;"
Hor   Arth ir Vjn ent,   oi  of Sir ''harles *. ■ ent,   The s.'.'n'- I   ,-, tourist ear
.-.n the C.P.R.   come' by »'
la Igh     R membei-  'he date,  Ti
■and   Friday. 'I   md      10,    Se ur-      -a' I
H
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!
T     i        Mi
C'olpil
M     I- It.   Wilson,
■
1' I'.    '■
Mi     I. V,
Y. Nl. C. A. NOTES
ni I   Mi    11 ■
Th,'  Barrier      a
Nov.   in
theatre.
Not .17- 'Whn'   Happe
Km proa   theatre
Nov
No'-
md
noma
■-I     'O    Ui'.,
19—The Barrier, Empre    theatre      '     ,■■",',|     vl    '
1    ti,m Lawcenoe   Brough      ".,    o\n   ihould hand theii
To
*
iod worl      n be done
TKNNlH   OLUB
i       , , ,n   I,,,,,   'imi th.   tennl 11 lab
	
ele IO        tll'l
■    ,    il       ,'     Ml (an 'le,       ei[
!'  m     tail at 1 -  which
-I   on   Moi i 19th
.    r th   antlri    ommun
h    i ed   ' a    a gen
'
Mi      iii'l,   ompl lined     ol
lll-ie' A. Uh, bill
,,n until Soptembei   19,
■ r, Ine nto i i
,.ii bed lo the    - pits
i that  same- afternoon in    pita
*'  nf rt on lha pari    of phyai •
, ians an I   'tah
in-        -I ■ . nparattvely young
man,  onlv  '■"'■  :    n    of   n-.a   native  of
nii tow, tent had resided In Oanada
forthe past len yean Ha hard been In
ihe employ ol Ihe P.Burns Co..      at
•St. John's church waa i-rowded last
evening to hear Hev. Jas. Primrose ol
Glasgow, Scotland, lecture on the nu-
i ient history of his home city. About
90 lantern slides'were shown siting a
clear and easily remembered account of
the city's growth from the time of Sr
! Mun^o about the end of the lith cen-
NOTICE tiny until it  began to asaume its pre
sent appearance.   The  "beginning    of
\    i in I   meeting of Courl    Mount I things" were ahnwn, from St. Mungqa
MacKenzle No,  1872 of   the Canadian cell to the present cathedral; the nne-
Order of Forostori now instituted will  ient oak "-dtig-outa" the "progenitor
be held   nett  Thursday  evening,  Oct. 9, of the  Mauritania"  as  the lecturer ex-
in  'lu- t'a-ile Hnll   In-ar opera house) press'ed  it,   found  beneath  where     are
at B o'clock,   Charter wil! be    left op- now the largest  shipbuilding     docks
rn  until  this  meeting.   Entrance   fee. In the world, the earliest form ol thi
$6.00.   Officers  and  memliers are     re- present University,  the old Royal   In
rmested to be present without fail, also flrmnry    a«   well  as   the   strange old
all those whee have   made application, streets, were all of the greatest inter-
Others may apply for admission on or est to the audience.   A series of slide's
before ih!«     meeting at the above fee. showing famous old street  characters
i n  National Society the Cana• I such as "Hawkie" and "Heather Jack*'
dian Order of F With  humorous anecdotes  nhont    eaeh
O. W. RAND, on"  eoncluded  the  entertainment.   Mr
District  Organizer.' W.M. Lawrence presided in the chaii

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