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REVELSTOKE
Railway Junction und Divisional Point. Headquarters for
Columbia River Navigation.
Hub of Timber Belt, Mineral
Zone, Agricultural Lands and
Vast Water Powers of B. C.^'.
"lievelstoke, the Capital of Canada!s Alps."
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THE MAIL-HERALD
Circulates twice per week among the prosperous citizens of
Cana,la'- Premier Province.
Th,- re ogmsed advertising
medium lor Kootonay and Interior British Columbia.
KEVELSTOKE, B. 0, SEPT. 20, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
Curtain Drops After Three Days' Excitement
and Pleasure. Racing on Second and
Third Days Greatly Enjoyed.-Complete
List of Winners.
...   I....W.E.  Smith .,
 W.E. Smith ..
 Wah Chung ..
 W.E,   Smith
SPECIALS,
Heaviest Squash  W  E.  Smith
Heaviest  Pumpkin  W. E.  Smith
Potatoes,  anv  variety
Potatoes,  Largest  	
Cabbage 	
Collection Grains, etc.
li.   Campbell
DAIRY     PRODUCE
Thursday,    thc  Becond and popular
day    of   lhe great   annual   celebration
Attracted   a largely augmented
to tiie show ground, H	
The exhibits, which have been  prov-  *3.50 for $2.
iously dealt with, came in for general      NINETH
admiration, and as   we are publishing  Third Chuuci
in this   issue a full  detailed pize      list,   mergo,
those departments need  no further com
ment.
The stalls add side shows did a brisk
ly.   Del Cassia challenged Tripping but
unsuccessfully.    Tripping  winning    by
rowd  one length.
Tho "Tote" returned $8.75 for $5 and
1      Butier, 5 lbs	
3      Honey.  Section- 	
1       Honey, Strained 	
5      Hive of Bees  „...
Special, Four quartcf Milk
Airowlake Finn Exhibits
ll. ti. Fauquii
 D.  Campbell  W. E.  Smith
 C. A. Procunler   H. 0, Cameron
 ('.  A.  Procunier 	
 C. A. Procunier 	
 W. E.  Smith 	
 1.11.  McCormick, only exhibit 	
ictod as judge in sections "C", I'D" and "E"
HOME  BAKlNCi    AND PRESERVES
Fair
dur-
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business, the  whole "Fun of  the
being gi ne ously patronise I.
Rain fell in a couple of shower.
ir^ the afternoon, but Interfered
little with   the enjoyment of the crowd
The' star item on the program was
again the races all the events being fol
lowed with greal Inl i st, especially
from tbe  well-filled  grandstand.
A successful local feature of the en-
tortainmenl was a good display of gym
jiasties by boys of the V.M.C.A.  undei"
Ill-it'.. ■;,,!  (iitlor I whi.h enlive'lie I    pro-
enstructoi Giflord, who enlivened proceeding!   between events.
Details of races are appended!;
SIXTH RACE i mile heats, tw ■ in
three, S150, First heat, Irish Boy,
Parker up, tir-t. Jack Adams, second.
Lovewatcbes and  Ruble also ran.
Irish boy led all the way and won by
half e lengtb. The "Tote" returned
$8.75   Ioi  ■■-  an I S3 50   for $2
Bi nl 11'at Irish Boy. Parker up,
first Lovewatches second. Jack ad-
am-  also  ran.
This was a stable entry. Iri h hoy
•■,ot nwaj lo a g i I sunt, and led all
the way. Jack Adams was eased in
tm-   a''.i. an I   finished Becond,    but
subsequent!? relegated    to   third, vntly caught
HACK—Ono    Milo,   $175.
Snwtell  up, won. Tre •
cond.   Agog,    Convent  Boll,
and Sam  Rank  also ran.
Third Chance gol ofl with a flying
start, uud led all the way, winning in
a eaiit."!".
Tho "Tote" return d Slo.50 for $5,
and 'v7 for $2.
LAST BAY.
The climatic conditions on the final
day wero all that could he desired witb
the result that there was a satisfactory
attendance.
TENTH RACE—IJ Furious-, $150.
Sallio O'Bay, Batlise up, won: Del
Cassia, second. Arney and Irish Boy
also ran. The winner jumped off with
ili" lead for a quick short race. ami
i,ever was headed, Tho"Tote" return -
ed $8.7.a for *5 and S3.50 for $2.
ELEVENTH RACE-: Mile, $17:,.
Jack Adams, James up, won: Sam
Hank second.   Tripping  also ran.
A fair start. Sam Rank and Tripping got into difficulties in the running
leaving   Jack Adams to  win.
The "Tote" returned 310 for $5, and
84 for $*2.
Bread,   While,   two   loaves
Bread, Brown, two loaves
Dinner  Hulls  	
Baking Powder Biscuits . ,
Scotch Short  Bread 	
Cookies	
Dark   Fruit   Cake   	
Cake,   Chocolate  	
Cake, Sponge 	
i ake,  Layer 	
Fruit Pie  ,	
Miiie-c   Meat   	
Cake by Girl  under
J iidges consider a   l'li i i
...Mrs.
...Mrs,
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...Mrs.
.J.H. Haner ...
T. Si I 	
T.   Steed	
Il.N. Coursier
  Lucy A. Brock
Mrs.   J.H.  Hanoi
..Mrs. J.Woodland
 Mrs. T. Steed
Robin   Hood Flour
Anchor   Brand   	
 ar-. W.A. Sturdy, Mrs. J.J. Woodland
....Mrs.   W.A.   Sturdy      Mrs.  T. Bteed
.... iis.   J.H.   Hanoi* Mrs.   Woodland
....Mrs. W.A. Sturdy 	
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....Mrs.   H.N.   Coursler    Lucy   Urock
....  a  .  T.  Steed  ... Mrs.  W.   A.  Sturdy
.....'.is.   H. Smythe      Mr-.  O, Gamer
...I.   Morgan,   A.   Sutherland,   M. Shaw
be given in this .lass.
SPECIAL BREAD   PRIZES
 Mrs. T. Steed   Mrs. H.N. Coursier
years
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THIRTEENTH   RACE-li Mile $MJ5
Tremergo,     Batti-e  up,    won:      Third
Chance second,   Firm F,ioi also ran.
Third Chance was first prominent
from the stnrt, and maintained the
lead until nearly home, lit the strai ■
ghl   Tremergo  challenged, and  a,'P.ir
i'r iiui jo  challenged, and
Third Chance's jockey
transac-'nkpplA«» snatching an exciting victory
by half a     length.   Firm Fool      belied
Ms name and never ficrured inth' race.
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Strawberries,  one quart
Cui rani . Bia k 	
Currants,   Red   	
Currants, White 	
Gooseberries  	
Raspberries, Re
Cherries, Black
Cherries,   Re I
Apricots  1^^^^
Peaches, one quart 	
Penrs  	
Plums 	
Best   assortment   preserv
Jollies,  Collection  	
Meat Jellies  ,	
Sweet Pickles 	
Sour   Pickles  	
Mustard  Pickles 	
Pickled  While Onions 	
Best assortment of Pickles
.........Mrs, T. 9 ••■! ..
PRESERVES
 Mrs. H. Smythe
Mrs. A. McRae
 Mrs.   T.   Steed   ....
   i.Mrs.  T.   Steed  	
 Mrs.   T.   Steed	
 Mr-'.   T. Steel   	
 Mrs. H.N. Coursier
 Mrs. J. Bunyon 	
 ...Mis.   T. Steed       Mrs.
    Mrs.     Bunyon     	
 Mrs.   T. Sieed
 Mis'.   T. .-*•'    I
 Mr-. T.   Steed ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
d fruil..Mrs.   Tl Steed	
 Mrs. S.  Needham     Mrs.  Smythe
 Mrs.  J. Bunyon 	
 Mrs. T.  Steed     Mrs. S. Needham
 , Mr-. J.   Bunyon  .'.   Mrs.  T. Steed
 Mis.   G.   Gainer       Mrs. T.   Stood
 Mr.'. T.  Stood  Mrs. S. Needham
 Mrs,  T. Steed    '
. Mrs. W.A. Sturdy
.Mis. W.A. Sturdy
Mrs. W.A. Sturdy
Mrs. W.A. Sturdy
Mrs. W.A. Sturdy
... Mrs, 11. Smythe
....Hi ,-
W.A. Siiiiely
Mrs. CoUrsiei
. H.N'. Coursier
11. N. Coursier
H.N. Coursler
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Mr-.
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j.lir - by  "'a   iu !ge.   "'Tote'
tions were declai d o3, investors     re
eeived their money back upon production oi ti' kets,
Irish Boy thus wou the two heat race __
SEVENTH   HACK   5   Furlongs,S150     FOURTEENTH   HACE-i,   Furlongs
An.-v.   Parker up,  won.   Sallie O'Day   tor non-Winners, $150.   Danllcl.l Broad-
second.       Tuscan and   Dantield      also   foot UP- woni     Conflagration, second.
Jim.    Arney  was first  prominent   from  AK°e and     Tuscan also ran.   Danfiel 1
a   ._,..!  start,   anel  was  never  loaded,   W;ls taken  *'   llui  grand  stand.      This
although Sallio o'Day did'her best   to fo11' aover betrig "threatened.
get on  terms    with  the   loader in   tho The "Tote"   returned .ST.-'iH to $5 and
Btraight.     The   "Tote"  returned  S3.75 $3 for 82,
for 85. mi!  ??.50 for 82, GATE RECEIPTS.
Fmlo-
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EIGHTH U\CE ^^^^^^
Tripping, Parker up, qfon, Del Cass'
ia, second.   Burnt Candle also ran
Tripping got the   advantage  at
start. Burnt Dandle getting away b
SPECIALS.
—"Be-.   Colic, tion  W. E.  Smith
Vegetables, McKenzie Seed  W. B. Smith
Flim   Produce   (C.B.C.  Modal)...W. B. Smith
R.  utilW.  Potatoes Prize S25....W.  B,  Smith
FIELD PRODUCE
Barley,  Hulless' 0" Garnet
Barley, Bearded  °-
Fall   Wheat,   Hard  W
Fall Wheat,  Soft ,.„	
Bpring Wheat, Marquis 	
Spring Wh.-at, any variety
dm-, any  variety 	
I iiv. Timothy 	
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Wneilig   the three  days the  total gate
receipts amounted to   8900,   whilst !?250 r**>
was taken athe      "rani    stand.      This 1;l
the  shows a gratifying and  substantial in- '-"
;ul-  , i.aso over last year. -1
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Campbell   G.  Garner
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Hay. Clover 	
Rye	
Buckwheat •	
Rye, tiruSs 	
Hops  	
Turnips,  Swedl
Tuinqis.  White  ..
Mangels ..	
MartgeU, Long ...
Stigat "Beetif 	
Carrots, White ..
-O&TrOts, Rod ....
Carrots, Yellow
...W. E. Smith 	
,',D. Campbell  <•
...G.  Garner  	
...ii.  Garner 	
...W.E.   Smith  •	
..,(*,. C.arngr 	
,\v|i.    Smith   ....
...G. Garner 	
„..G. Garner 	
.„G.  Garner  	
„.G.   Laforme
,...B.   SummCrville
.,,.B. Sumnierville
„„Wah Chunjf   	
„,,G. LaMrrito 	
„..D. Oatttpbell 	
....W.E   Smith  	
*Gv Garner 	
Catsup,  Home  Male   '•.■*-  T. Steed       Mrs.  H.  Smytl ■
Raspberry Vinsgar  Mrs. S. Needhahi   Mrs-   E1. Steed
PAINTINGS,  DRAWINGS, ETC. j
Oil   Painting,   landscape originnlR. R. Copeland   Mrs. Coursier
Oil Painting still life, originpl..JR, H. Copeland 	
Uai.a  color, landscape, originaliMi'8. Codrslet   ••	
Water color,  any sabic. i.  , opy....Mr-.   Coursier  Lyda   Morgan
Pencil or Crayon landscape org'.R. H- Copeland ••
Pencil or Crayon, still life  R.R. CopelanJ   Bema Bunnell!
Pencil or Crayon, any subject ...janey Little   Lyda Morgan
Pen. and  Ink, Original   R.R. Copeland    Janey Little
Pen and Inv. ropy  Kathleen    Field           Charles Field
China   Painting   Mrs   C iiirsier	
Wood  Cai vin..'.  relict   Mr. Tweedale 	
Best   collection photos     proi. ...Trueman  Studio   	
SCHOOL   SECTION.
Pencil drawing free hand under 12.0. Field, S.E. Needham, W. Cormier...
Pencil drawing free hnnd,12 to 16C. Field,  K. Field,  E. Johnson	
w.ifi C' dor   original, under   12...B. McDonell,  Wi Cormier,  D.  Purvis
Water color, original,  12 to Iti...Charles Field 	
Map-, color, collection-.', uotii.B.CGertio   Field   Oscar     lundell
Mapcol. 3, noi in B.C.,  12 tp 16K. Field, 0. Coursier, C. Field	
Specimens writing age, 12 and ICC. Field, B. Laughton, A. Oonton     ...
Specimen  writing,  between»412T. Frey, M. Porta, Muriel Lyttle	
S|    iuieii- wi iting, under  - yrs...E. Frey, 0. Tukster, L.Purvis	
B-st exercise 1 ,...1. under 12 vis .M. Lyttle, M. McMahon. O. Field	
Best ex. book, between 12 At 1G..K. Field 	
Best scribbler, under 12 yi- O. Field. 0. Laughead, Q. Hughes	
B-i   scribbler, between 12&   16...K. Field 	
Fancy 1'tiering all s hools  K.  Field   •••"
Collection wild Bowers of 1013..<K,  Field        0. Fiold
Bpecial  prize  map of B.C K. Field   B.  Needham
LACEWORlv AND   EMBROIDERY.
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 W.   E.   Bfflltb     Besl   Six  Billion Hi'lc-,  Adult
tH.   0i)  G.  Garner    Crochet   W..ikin   Wool  	
  G.  Gartk'i    'I'locln't Work ii. Cotton 	
  W.E. JMhiw    Any   irticle not  nVentlftned	
 G.  (At-Viei     Bcrsp Book  	
W. F.    Smith     Center I'i  Colored    	
 VS.fi.  Smith   ' Crochet  Quilt  ■* 	
  W. b. Smith    Collection Embroidery   	
.. ■„     Wab   Chung    Knitted Jackei 	
    D.   Campbell    Fancy  Work  Bae  	
       Any article not mentioned 	
Summeiville    Bedroom   Bllpperi	
SummervHle    Crochet Lace 	
.. G. Gam-r   'Centerpiece. White 	
G. Laformo    Embroidered Table Tray 	
 Embroiileiod  Tillow   Slip-  ....
"' Ahy article not mentioned ....
Embrolde(ed Photo Frame' ...
Embroidered Monogram      	
:Battenberg Lace  Mrs.
Embryileie-   S,,fa  Cushion    Mrs.
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my linrhs, tie; ci w will bo
shipped to Sultuiii Arm, ami
milk will be delivered early In
the morning, On and after
1st October the prico of milk
will rile one quart On tho dollar All accounts must be paid («]
evary month as I have a largo ®
bill 10 pay to Salmon Arm [g
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■£) Oet.  ".'ii—Allen  Player*  for   one
g)    at Bmprejs theatre
Bl Qcl   .J7| 2S-Edison Talking Pictures
p:      Empress  theatre.
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..Janey Little 	
..Gertie Field 	
.. *.r ; ■ Fiel I 	
..I.   Morgan    •■
..o. Field, a. Needham,
..Mr-. MeLurtti 	
,.,Mrs. R.A. Uppei
...Mi     R.»   Uppei  	
..Mrs.  S    Niiilbam  	
Mr    I   Uoedham 	
...Mi>.   A.  Malilo-ks ....
...J.  Wiper 	
...Oi  Wiper  	
...F.  Wiper 	
...Mrs.   Needham  	
...Mrs,   Sibbald  	
...F.   (ll-on   	
,...Mrs. Upper 	
....Mrs.  Sibbald     	
McChaplln 	
Upper 	
K. Sutherland.
Regi i.Ti'ii  Cow    ,  W.
Best  Milk  Cow    W.
Section "L"  was  judged by  W.  Gibsi
Smith   	
Smith 	
n and  J.J.  Devine.
W.   Smith
POULTRY
1,—Challenge Oup  Donated by   Revelstoke  Poultry and I'e"   Stock   As-o,ia-
tioti.   Highest scoring  cook miel   tw i  lo n-. any breed, open to members of
Revelstoke  Poultry  and   P. S.   Association  only.   Won by   R.M.   Smythe.
The following cups   must be    won three  times before becoming  the  property of the exhibitor,
3,—Mail-Herald Cup—Highest  scoring Rhode   Island  Red, cock and hen. Won
...   in 100'J by E.W.B.  Paget,   l'JIO,  by .I.J.   Devine   ; l'.Ul, hy J. A.   Morgan;
1912, by 11. Seigfried; 1913 bj     P. Fleetham.
5.—P. Burns & Oo, Cup—Highest scoring   S.L. Wyandotte, cockerel and pullet.   Won in  190!) and l'JIO by  Rev. CA,  Procunler; l'Jll  by    F. Fleetham;
1912, by   F. Bourne;   1913, by  F.   Bourne.
6.—Maundrell Meal   Markot Cup—Highest   scoring Barred Rock,    cock    and
hen.    Wua in   1909 by   J. Shaw;     1910 by      W.    A.   Opper;   l'.Ul, by   R,  M.
Smythe; 1912, by R.M.   Smythe;   1913,  by  R.M.  Smythe.
8.—Revelstoko Wine    nml   Spirit Co. Cup—Highest  scoring White Legnorn
cock  and hon.   Won in 1909 by  J.A.   Morgan; 1910, by W.   Dawson; 1911,
by J.J.  Devine;   11)12, by J.A.  Morgan; 1913, by  F.  Sommerville.
9.—CF,  Lindmark Cup—Highest  scoring Brown  Leghorn, cockerel   an.l  pul
let.   Won In 1909 by J. Morgan;   l'JIO. by A.J.  Kinnear;     l'Jll   by    B.   G.
Woodland; 1912, by  H.J. Ballard; I'l.'.. by  H.J.  Ballard.
10.—McRae Mercantile    Co^.Oup—Highest s. orin,?- Barred Rock, cockerel and
pullet.   Won in  1909 and 1910    by Mrs. R.A. Upper; 1911, by   R.   Smytbe;
1912, by    j. Shaw;  1913, by R. M. Smythe.
11.—Enterprise Brewing  C.i. Cup—Highest    seorinj;     breading  pen.   Won   in
1909, hv/   LA   Moriran; 1'Jlu  by   A.J.     Kinnear;   1911, by J. A.   Morgan;
1912, r  e>* F.*?,Creech; 1913,  by F. Fleotham.
13.—The   'O.'ioi'i an  Bull Plymouth  Rock  Club will give as special   prizes,  four
handsome  silk ribbons—One for  the best Rock shaped Male;    one for   the
beSt   Bull Surface colored Male;  one  for   th? lest    Rock   Shaped   Female
One  for the besl   Burt Surf aec colored   female.   Only members'  wh<>S'  dues
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are paid to July 1st, 1914, am eligible to      compete    for   those
Membership  fee is only $1.   and   tbi-pay-   up     to July 1st.   1914.   Tor
formation   in regard to the club write Thos. B. Elliott,   Secretary,   H
N'o. 29,  Box 103 St.  Louis, Mo.   All   Won by   R.M.Smythe.
Largest  ami best exhibit in ean of the following classes—American,  Mi liter
ranean and English (must be 10 or more  bltds),   l-t.  F.  Fleetham, 2nd,
F. Laing, 3rd, T. Truck.
Largest  and best  exhibit of tho whole show.   Tho winner    oi  this  pri v can -
n.it win any of the $5 prizes.— R. M.  Smythe.
Barred Plymouth Rocks;—
l-t   Cock   H. M.
2nd Cock  R.  M.
Brd  J.  SI
l-l   Hon   R. M.
2nd lb u  J. Shaw	
3rd Hen  , R.M.  Smythe
1st  Pullet  R.M.  Smythe
2nd Pullet  R-M- Smythe
3rd   Pullet   R-M.  Smythe
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Smythe
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...F.  Lundell ....
...I I.  Sh iw 	
....R.M.  Smythe
,...H.M.   Smythe
l-t Cockerel  	
2, 1 Cockerel  ,	
3rd Cockerel 	
1st    Pen   	
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3rd imi  J- Shaw	
White Rocks:—
l-t  Cock  S.  Nei-Jham
2nd  Cock  » S. Needham .
.'.nl Oocls  S.  Needham
1st. 2nd and 3rd  Hen»'. R.M.  Smythe
1st Cockerel  R,M. Smythe
2nd aiiel 3rd Cockerel  , » S. Needham .
1st  Pullet    R.M. Smythe
2nd and 3rd Bullet   S.  Needham
l-t  nn.l :*r.l  Pen R.M. Smythe
2nd Pen  * S.  Needham
Buff Rocks:—
1st and 3rd Cook  R- M.
2nd c,,k  F. W.
1<I  Hen    R.  M.
2nd and 3rd Hen  F.  W.
l-'t and Hnl Cockerel  H.  M.
-Jn I Cockerel F.
Li   and   2nd  Bullet    *'■
1st   and  8rd   !'• n    R.
•-'nil Pen  F.
Partridge Rooks:—
Lt Co. k  R.
l-t,  2nd and 3rd Hen  R.
1st  ami 2nd  Cockerel  R.
Smytbe
Lainj:  ...
Smythe .
Laing ...
Smythe'
W.   La
M.  S my i lu- .
M.  Smytbe
W.  Lim;  ...
Mrs. Needham
lsi Pullet 	
Lt Pen 	
Silver Penciled Rocks:—
l-t Cock  	
l-t  Hen 	
Silv.r Lu'  d Wyaiulottca:-
I   i   Cock  	
'2nd  Dock   	
Brd Cock 	
I  t Hon 	
2n I  I Ln  	
Brd Hen 	
i 1   Cdckerel 	
2nd Cockerel 	
3rd Cockerel     	
I 't  Pullel 	
2nd  Pullet 	
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Mrs. Needham
. Lucy    Brock
 Lucy Brock 	
wa« judged by Metdwnes Holten and Robbins
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lOnipress theatre.
Versatile! are Coming 1
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NOTICE
A.  Q.  CARLSON.
The S. S.  Reyelstoke will leave    the
city  wlriif on Tuesday morning, Sept.
i iuui iiiii« bhhhihi 23rd, m sii o-ct&ck imlb i-one
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Thorobred Mares ...
week  Eyelot Collar
Se'ction "K
LIVE STOCK
 Mrs.    J.   W.  Flynn
^^^^^  i.W.  Macdonald    	
DRAUGHT  0LA8SB8,
Best Pair over lino A. Davidson
Best   Sinu'lo   over   1 100   	
City Delivery I'nir under 1300
General  Purposes  over
Blngle Rig in Buggy .
Pony under Saddle ....
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Y.M.C,
A. aie holdings meeting al  the   rc-i-
donee of  Mi-. W.A.  Fmite  on
afternoon, 38rd September,   All mem-
I ben are requested to !*■ present.
lion
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CATTLK.
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Tieie will boa concert recital and a
reoeption dance uiven under the aus- 'g,
picel .ii the St. Francis club at St. S
Francis Hall nn McKenzie uvenue, on J
lbe 38th ol Sepl Prof- CO- Brownell £
tenor, assisted by the best local talent -j
I will render both classical and modem g
K.G.  McRae j. „„.(,..   ti„,  rSMUtlOB   dam-e   will  (ol -
 .low,   with  lull orchestra   nnd a      good
I lime  is assincd    Price ol ticket    BOc,
   each.
.  ti   u  »  n  m  .  n  a  n  m  u  x.'gj'^n-
. C.  Yoandlo
Mr-.  Ffynn
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.. A.Davidson ■
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GET IT AT
" THE SUGAR BOWL"
Don't forget we serve b..th
hot and cold drinks, fee .ream
anl H*?ht refieshmoBt- For
these' chilly niirhts try a Hoi
TOMATO NBCTAR. Our hot
Chocolate i- mcunrpassedf
c.irr it at
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THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
BATURDAY,   SEPT. 20th,  1913
gews £>rug J'tore
1^> rhcoAtes
A box of Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates contains so many "surprises" in
new, enticing, delicious, palate-tickling
confections us to make each piece an
encore for another.
Original and exclusive—are Willard's Forkdipt
Strawberry Liqueurs. Chocolate coated, with a
filler of whole strawberry fruit immersed in cool,
liquid cream, (.'rush the shell of crisp, rich chocolate—and the clear liqueur comes itushiner through
—delicious, sweet and sparkling! Packed in
handsome boxes tied with ribbon.
FOR SALE AT BEWS' DRUG SM
W.  PARRY
-AUCTIONEER   AND  VALUER
HOUSEHOLD   SALBS
specially   conducted SP
lie buys anything and everything
at any time,  now  and second-hand.
What he has not got he can get; so
be sure tn call "lul sco him i( you
waut to save money.
AV.   PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Uevelstoke, li. C.
NEW BOOKS FOR BOYS
100 New Algar Books for Boys 35c Each
50 New Meade Books for girls 40c Each
1200 Nelson's Popular Fiction, cloth bound      5 for $1
NOTICE-After Nov.   1st we  intend
to discontinue our  Lending   Library.
gem £rug andgook J'tore
The ^OXGkJUb Store
I. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK    SHOP—
Cnnnaucht  Avo.   -    Rovols+okn
STAND   BACK!
IT'S TOO LATE!
Such a calamity mav n. t hive overtaken you, Imt where is \our guarantee that any day—aye, to day, a
liro may destroy your home and
possessions.
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE
no mutter how moderate the amount,
a policy proteets you. The premium is sn ridiculously small that the
price nf ;i cigar ;i day will give vou
considerable insur.ini e. See us
aliout i!rs to-day remember tomorrow may be too late.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. K. Kincaid, Manager.
FIFTY-TWO
FALL FAIRS
IN B. C.
Fifty-two lairs wlll be held this
year in Uritish ('olumbia. The farthest wost fair will he in Alberni and
the extreme north fair will bo hold In
Fort George, Golden will have tho
farthest oaRt fair and Grand Forks
will limit the fairs to lhe south. The
province has been divided into six
circuits. The dates for tho fairs wero
arranged by lho B.O. Fairs nssooia -
tion.
j First Circuit:—
[   Comox—Sept, 18,  ID.
Cowii ban—Sopt,   19, 20.
Victoria—Sept. 'J2-27.
N. an I  S,  Suanlch—Ocl. 3. 1.
Second Circuit:—
He iii -Sept. in, 20.
t o piitlam—Sent.   i(.».
Mission- Sopt, 23, 24,
Mai lu  '•' Igo   Sept. 24, 25.
Curqultlom—Sept. 27.
New  Westminster—Sept. 30-Oct.  4,
Third Circuit:—
Surrey   Sopt. 2,'i.
Langley—Sept. 'JI.
Mat    .in  -Sopt.   2.r),   2G.
Richmond -Sept. 26, 27.
1 Fourth  Cir uil:—
Salmon  Arm—Kepi.   2:!,  24.
Kamloops—Sopt.  ii 1-2(1.
Kelowna—Oot.   I,  *_'.
Armstrong—Oot. X,  9.
Penticton—Oct. 27, 28.
Summerland—Oct.  29-31.
Okanagan Valley  Apple Show, Nov-
I  to 7.
Fifth Circuit:—
Windermere—Sept.   I. 2, 3.
llie!.Ira     Sopt,   5.   li.
Nicola   (Merritt)—Sept.  10.
Trail—Sept.   10,   17.
It   .1 toke—Sepl,   16-1-8.
Cranbrook—Sept. 18, 13.
Crawford Bay—Sepl. 20.
I elson   Sept. 2:!, 24, 25.
Gtand Forks—Sept. 25, 2<">.
New Denver   Sept.  30, Oct. I.
Arm '."   I a'..'     Oct.  •_',  3.
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
TOHN LEE
I, I'.'l 11 Vll.ell     Oct.    7.    8.
ba-'ii   Oot.   II.   15.
Sixth  Circuit:—
Enderby -Aug. 20.
Fort  George—Sept.  10, 17.
Quesnell—Sept.  19.
Elk  Valley—Sept.  20.
Bella Coola—Sept. 30.
Graham    Island   (Lawn Hii
I—   bo
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Legal Forms
for every purpose are printed
and stocked b\ the Mail-Herald
Copicit Soli!.        RcaiorMbie Price I
Fancy Cushion Covers, Cotton
and Linen Pillow Shams, Scarfs
for drosses. Padded Gowns, all
sizes.
Fit and comfort guaranteed.
Manufacturer of Gent's, Ladies'
Ihildren's Underwear man
:er.
JOHN LEE
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 FALL DISPLAY
tween Sept. 8 nnd 20.
Bull ley   v.-ill .y   Between  Sept.   so fi
Oct. 15.
SIR RICHARD
IS HONORED
London,  Sept.   IT Tho Impel tal  ier-
es'exhibition at Earl's Courl   i.>.iay
itea   "Canadian Day," when tho
■I ii'inoi arc Blated on tin'    of-
ti'-ial program to   bc "Colonel Hughes
at I ii.ti'■-!' . Hon. Sir Richard Mi Bri le
Hon.  T.ll.  <"ii.'.li-r , an I General  Sir
I lamilton."
Lord Shcylo mora chairman ol tho ex
in I  Admiral   Sir Albert Burt
nn an.l members of the commis-
-.. a   guesi - who w i n •-.-
naval and aerial warfare
Durin ■ ... bauds will play
I ii ii,i, real -
will he tin' Allan Jamleson
ii    "      i  < ai adian    pic-
b  h will   be
of   the Im-
e •  thi   lay hunches ol
.   for   Can -
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ei 11  be     old   a
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titute.
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IlllL'll-
Po all in  I,i-en-
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
CHIC
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement of this Company for tho fiBoal yoar
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with ono yoar uro, the
following figures are exceptionally inte'rcstlng:
ASSKTS MARCH Hint,    1913   $466,918.78
ASSETS MARCH 31Bt, 1912  *lll,2<iX.G0
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This reniarkahlo gain is po-.itiw evidence of the convenience nnd  practicability  of the O. H. I. 0. plan.
NEARLY ONK-QUARTKR MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at 'i PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire n Homo of Your Own—If you Would Re Independent  of  a Landlord- Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
''Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoko Ollico : J. B. WATSON REALTY  CO.
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
WE HAVE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR   YOUR SUNDAYS DINNER.
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NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING  DAILY
Huntley & Palmer's Nursery Biscuits, per lb  50c
Molasses Simps, J Ids.   for      J.Sc
I'rosli  Crisp Smlas, pet | ail 16c
Neu   Summer Choose,  por III      2.H-
Orders Delivered lo Am Pari "f City.
.Foi in McIntyre «*. son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Jb+'Reid f3L Voting**
AUCTION SALE
V,   PARRY,
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YES! WE SELL
Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a line assortment of
Fresh Meats the host that
money can buy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
i SATURDAY,  HKPT.  20th,  1913
THE MAiL-HERALD,  REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRBB
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash nml Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MoKENZIE AVENUE   8-rooiuoil house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
1st. STRUT—6-roomed house on 50-foot lot $4000 00
2nd. STREET   8-roomed house on 50-foot lot J13000 00
Double house on 76-foot lot $5000 00
6-roomed house on 50-foot lot - $3000 (X)
6-roomed house on J1600 on
3rd. STREET    -I   houses $2100 to $3400 (It)
10-roomed house on 300-ft. lot _ $.8500 oo
2 lots (the pair). _ $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)  _ _.... $1600 oo
4th. STREET    (.-n.i.in.il house, mnrly new _ $2200 00
6-roouioil house on SO-ft, lot. $3000 (II)
Bth. Street   3 6-roomed houses.   Kach.. $3,200 0o
9-roomed  house  $3W)0 oo
7th. STREET   ■) lots,  each .. $ 300 00
8th. STREET    .* lots.   The pair $1600 00
6-roomed house nenr C.P K. simps f. 6-r>o oo
3 Shops and rooms on McKeniie Ave    $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casually Co.
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance     Government Lauds      Money to Loan
AOENT FOR  PACIFIC  6ALE8 ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A CENTRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT    .]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS  '...)
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Children's Fall and Winter Coats
A Shipment of these Coats to hand.
A nice range of Styles and sizes to choose
from :: :: :: ::
MRS. A. G. CRICK,
FIRST STREET
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
^ PUBLIC WOHKS
DEPAHTlViENT
PRJGRESS
Hon. Thomas Taylor, Minister of
Publio Works, returned totheoitj yesterday from Revelstoke and o I her inter
ior points. The olijcct o( the Minis!. -
er's* trip wus 10 inspect ilio various pub
lloworks undertakings now in ptogresa
ln tliui Bection ol tho province.
Ju the iii ai instance he visited Vancouver, Now Westminster, Burnaby,
Coquitlnm, and other plaoea on the
coast, making n survey of tlio numer -
ous provincial buildings that are being
Construe ted ami   then   ho prnooi-ili-il     lo
Revelstoke and other points further inland ln -pursuance of liis  inspection.
Speaking genoraliy on the subject ol
the woik, Heen. Mr, Taylor staled lasl
night thai in every instance tho undertakings were being curriod oul In u sal
(sfactory uniii uoi ■, mnl liuu he had
every reason to believe thai when completed i hi' j • i nv in... woul.I bo in l'i '.
sion of a serlesol buildings, lor general
utility innil nlso spoclal purposes, ns in
tho ■ .i-i' nf hospitals, and tarm institutions, and prisons, which woul 1 ho a
credit to any province in the entire Dominion, |
Several ol the works referred tf- have
been completed within Ihr past fe*
Weeks, nnil others an-still in process ,,i
construction, but  the remark? -'     tin-
Come and look nt nur Trianjtle Sail
Irons   (fuaranteed for evi r,
PRICE    6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G. DUCK
Estimates given free.
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Union   Hotel
JUST NICW'LY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil uionthlv rates to be arranged.        Menl Tickets, 21 meals for f6.(lf)
FIRST STKKET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. liBVBSQUB, Proprietor
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.   .A-ILBIEIRT     ST03STE3      PEOP.
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
SO promptly nil' 1 perfectly as you are
at this restaurant. And the service is
enlv a foretaste of
Minister apply equally  loall of   tlieni
Taken  io the aggregate  th ■•■ r -pr, senl THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
the expenditure of an enormous  sum oi
money, but, as the Minister say*, they , r'is-8aid thf $■ ",!,y t0, a "m,*'s'
. ' heart is iIipiii^m Ins stomach. \\ e are
are no more than adequate tot iho re- ,,„■ to reach yours il you'll drop in
quirements of the situation; nnd so far and try our bill of fare. If perfect vie-
as schooj buildings aro concerned of llla'8' perfectly cooked and perfectly
which he Inspected a u*i   il      mber dur-' serv^d' -^ Ki,i" v"ur f»en<1sMP-   we I
iinj his \i-'it. theey are nl the presenl
time scarcely capable of providing all
the' accommodation thai will be demanded of the in wi thin t lie tie'xt yonr.
—Colonist.
THIS
HOME
f   DYE
that
ANYONE-
DY0LA'
kTlie Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
* All Kinds of (.'loth.
Can. Slmplr, No Chance of MlltakM,   TRY
j   III  Band for Tt.. Color Canl and llookM.
I'l lee Joliiiiieii-Ki. Iijfd»,eii (.„. I niiiit.l, Muuticul
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are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. (i. Tiiiakisun Manager.
We solicit a share of ynur patronage
Special  attention  given to children
BARBER SHOP
We have just opened
a shop in the .
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there are still a few people who don't
know what a sifo combination Hell's Bread
and   New Zealand Uutter make	
G. W. BELL
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
IE1 IRE
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WE ARE GIVING AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Every Five Cent Cash Purchase g< tv
one Coupon.
The   Greatest   Value    in    Coupons
Gets the I * ri /e.
SEE     MIDDLE    WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Ajyents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
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5    Terrific Price Reductions
 Our Week-End Special
In order to clear one of our fine lines
of Suits—values up to	
A VISION OF BREAD
that is always light, white and
toothsome, that every one will
eat and enjoy is the dream of
all jrootl housekeepers. You can
realize that vision by trying our
bread. Once you use it on your
table you will never want to be
without it. Why bother with
baking* when we can do better.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
$25.00
We are offering them practically at
half price, viz	
$15,00
Every Suit is perfectly  tailored  and
finished   with   Superior  Trimmings.
McRae Mercantile Co.
0 HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND 0
6 THE    HOME   OF   GOOD    CLOTHES 0
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Worlds Largest British Steamer
New Triple Screw Express Steamer.
OLYMPIC    16,359 tons; 882 feet Ion*; 92 feet broad.   Pitted  with  DOUBLE
SIDES and DOUBLE BOTTOM.   Average time of Passage under 6 davs.
Sails from New York  to Plymouth.
"        Cherbourg,    Southampton
Sepl.  13, Ocl. 4 and 25, Nov. 19. December (ilh.
. . . It Miqht Be Hot - - -
BUT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters arc the mosl -* onder-
ful health restorer on the Continent. Ourrecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Locat d among
Greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow lafces
N£W   YORK-LIVERPOOL WEEKLY   SERVICE
S.S.ADRIATIC   J'.He'n inns.       Baltic   24,000 tona.      Celtic—21,000 tona,
WHITE  STAR   LINE
Company's Office:   A. E. DISNEY. Passenger Agent, fil9 Second
Avenue, Seattle, 3 Doors from Cherry Street.
Local Agency   C. P   R. Ticket Office.
a. v., .»* K'i.VATnyfiv*JtTmi^n^jj **
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/ldded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. ALD. REVELSTOKE
BATURDAY,   BEPT   20th,   1013
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'rhe Hest. Sun. Coal in Western Canada
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prompt delivery.    Mow i.s lliu time to   I.i,   in   your   winter's   fuel.    Don'l
delay,    See us for termi   md pri
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MHMHI PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
.SATURDAY,   BBPT. 20th,  1913
"Blue Worsted preferred". That's the
best buy on the fall
Style market.
We have elegant
E n g 1 i s h B I u e
Worsted Suits at
$22.50, $25 and up.
sriT-» MeKinnon &
M REFORMS
Sutherland
-*.'U. . ■•'.   ,
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE. R. C.
beg to announce tbat tney have opened up offices at the
comer of First Street and Connaught Avenue fnr the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and gel particulars, aud get in on ground floor priees.
We also make a specialty  of listed property.
A. McRae.
T. Kilpatrick,
P. 0. Dra .*er No
Sec.-Treasurer
I ne Ni i. 321.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
.    kmanship i    I wear
And com   >rl       no pair;
i )f 20th ' ■ > ;■:•••  ■•■
•Will draw n cw trade, ... I
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Real Estate
And Insurance   /,g2rt
THBRIDGE   COAL
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ILLECILLEWAET CANYO1*'.
Fall Fair
Prize List
Full List of Awards.—Names of Successful Competitors.
Section   "B"    FRUIT
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16
17
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Description
Red Astrachan 	
yellow Transparent ....
A. 0, Summer Variety
Wealthy 	
(!l"aveilsli'in  	
Duchess	
Alexander 	
Bt,  Lawrence 	
Northern Spy 	
Spiuenborg 	
MclntoBh  Ited	
SlleHV      	
Bliulii-iiii Orange 	
R, I, Greening	
Baldwin 	
Grimes Golden Pippin
Ontarii	
Winter Umiuna 	
Wagner 	
Jonnthun  	
King of Tompkins  ..(<».
Starfc	
Ben  Davis 	
Tolman  Sweet 	
Wolf  Hiver 	
A. 0.  Winter Variety .
Best  Packed Uox 	
A1TU0S   KIVK UK  KACH
I  i   1'ri/e
 ,1.11. MeOormiok...,
 l.u. MeOormiok .
 i ,G,    MoCormiek
 i.li.  MeOormiok .
 r.H,   MoCormiek
 i ii. MeOormiok .
 I.li. MeOormiok, ..
 I.II.  McCormick  .
 No First 	
 1. II. MeOormiok
 I.U. .MeConnie ...
 I.li. McCormick  .
 r.H. McCormick .,
 O,  Haner 	
 ll.  10.  R, Smythe,
 I.II   MoCormiek ..
 I.II. M. Cm mi.L ..
 G. Garner 	
 .1.11.  McCormick .
 I.II. McCormick ..
 H.E.R.  Smythe .
 G.  Garner 	
 I. II. McCormick
 I.II. McCormick ..
 O. Hanoi    	
 Whi';  Chun      	
2nd Prize
. Ceo. Later mo
... Goo.  Ciin uoi
.Goo.    Lafoiuii'
... 1). Campbell
■Rr
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ns il nii'keleil steel oven which is ns  easily       (j'-'ViV'*';'*1'
eiil  clean na nny  cnokinU utensil.    The 'ie?.i...V.'V>".'
r i'\.'o\r -1.1'1
mm
Tlie Kootenay In
washed  nml  kept  clean na nny  cookihi
largo roomy ash-pan  cutclics oil lho  ashes.   Ash
chutes direct nil ashos Into the p.m which is e.isily
removed
 ; ' lwM$M$'mWfttoy» -,-.
liiiine  nml Lawson    igAvv ^Wv^wvAWwty&WWiV
II.  l-l.    It.   Smyth.)
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71
 T.   H.  McCormick  .
Bi   ■   Collection  I. ll. McCormick ...
PEAKS,    FIVH    OF  KACH. I
A. ii.  Fall Variety  T. S il 	
I'l,CMS, TWELVE OF  KACH
Bradshaw  Hume and Lawson  roe Maley
Goos Golden 1) ll. K. it. Smythe 	
Lombard H.E.R,  Smythe  '
Washington  H.N. Coursler 	
Yellow   Egg  U.K.It. Smyth.- ... Hume and Lawson
Reine Claude II K.K.   Smythe 	
Damson  I.  Maley 	
Italian   ll.C. Cameron   G. Garner
German Prune    G. Garner 	
Ponds   Soedling   1). Campbell      H.   N. Coursiei
A.n.\ J.H. MoCormiek  1.   Male;
CKAB  APPLES,  I*-' OF  EACH
Transcendent  P.P.   Creech       IJ.   Campbell
Hyslop  R.H. McCormlck ... Hume &    Lawson1
Montreal llenuty  H.E. Smythe   Hume   .\i Lawson
Siberian  »..D. Campbell 	
Whitney  S, Needham 	
Martha  J.  H.  MoCormiok       O.M. Guild
MISCELLANEOUS FRUITS
 il.N   Ce.ui i.'i H. & I... Wall Chung 3rd
Oom-mended, Hume and Lawson.
Tl ■ i .- Section    B     net     udged by  F.G. Fauquier.
Section   C    VEGETABLES
POTATOES
Rd    r.   ■■ii  \\*.   E,   Smuli  	
 W.  U.  Smith   A.  Lundell
 W.   E. Smith   G. Garner
I      Beaut}   ui H W. E. Smith 	
.ti W.  1-). Sinitli  G. Garner
 W lv Smith 	
 W.E. smith 	
Sold   in   Revelstoke   by   Bourne Bros, Ltd.
To Our Friends and Neighbors
You know us. You knov,* we would not — that we could not
afford to — go back on our word. Nor can you afford to ignore
this money-back-if-not-satisfied offer on this splendid laxative.
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Wo honestly believe wo havo tho
be ' !e,.u■ I i medy ever modi ' •
most plcaaaut-to-tako, most permanently b melicial I ixutivo i..r rolii i
frnm iin miseries aud dangers arii ing
(rom constipation.
We wouldn't Bay this ir wo didn't
believe u to lie true'. We wouldn't
risk mir ropul iti n by making Buoh
statements did »vc not feel buto you
would liml them tru i.
... "ur faith h leiiilt liiilh on tho
knowledge of what Rexall Orderlios
nre made of and mi observation of
very many bovci-o cases in which they
have proven their merit.
Try them at Our Risk
If they do not abundantly prove
their merit with you also —it you
nre ool entirely satisfied with them —
we will refund your monoy -- and wo
•will ilu thnt on your mero Bay-so.
We don't ask you to risk a penny.
Isn't that fair?
Just In the bowels fail in properly
dniiiK   their   work — just   lot   their
action be delayed and incomplete
miel   the   entire   system   anil   every
Other   organ   suffers.    Wastes   thut
slieiuiii have' been dispelled remain
i'i i■.....11 ihe Bystem.
Headaches, biliousness, nervous-
ud other tormenting an.l bi ii-
ous il! e .nv .-. .mm en whon the bowels
fail io acl daily as nature Intended.
All this may bo avoided, il you will
accept our advico,
taste j: ' Iik i candy. They nro
soothing and f.t ■■■ In action. Thoy
do nol ean ■■ griping, nausea, purg-
iu/ or excessive looseness, They
teinl tu tono and strengthen intei tinal
nei ra nue! i i >..■!. . ; >,... promptly
relievo com lipation, and li lip to per-
mancntly ovi rcomu it,
Rexall Orderlies promote bettei
spirits uul better hi alth. In all .if
these things thi y are i nstly Bupcrior
to old-fashioned, hai ih Ball ; an I
other purgutives, which aro nol Dnly
unpleasant to take but which u molly
leave the bowi Is in wow dition
than before.    We particularly i im-
iiii'inl Rexall Orderlies for children,
aged and ei. lie.iie* persons.
Rexall Orderlies eome in vest-
pockcl iin boxes. I'J tablets, 10c
30 tabh Is, 23a; 80      lote, 50c.
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..W.E.   Smith	
 W.E.   Smith
...U.K.   So,iih   '
..W.E.  Smith G. Garaei
..W i*:   Smith	
Garnei   s. Needham
ll am   Wing     Chung '
 Wine:    Chung
,.G.  Laforme  I.Shaw
  Wing    Chung
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..'.   La  I.    Boyd
   Wah  Chung
i 0     Wah   1  iiuii _. '
Wab Chung
hul
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Wah Chung
W.E
I Q    Laforme
Wah   Cl
w !•:   Smith
CAUTION": Please boar In mind that TteNa'l Orderlies aro not sol 1 by all druggists.   You ean buy Rexall Orderlies only at tho Rexall Stores.
You enn buy Hexall Orderlies in this community ouly nt our utoro:
WALTER BEWS
The l&Xa$JL Store    b
Revelstoke
ritish Colunibi,-i
There Is n Renll :;t<,rr in nearly every teeiwi and dty in Uu Unitcil Statoa, Canada and
Qnni Britain, rhore is a dWorent Itcmll Remedy Inr nearly every ordinary liuuuiu ill —
ouch i.-.-|K 11 ,i!    :..    i. ,i t0i iho partioulnr ill (nr whloli it i.i reoommenaed.
The Rc-call Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
May
i.
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
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No. 2-2x4   2x 6
No.    I   2x8	
No.    I   2x IO   2x 12
$13
$19
$20
We are overstocked in So. 2 and N'o. I Cedar
il meiisiiui aud offer above prices as long as
in i'.i'i i.ii lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
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Three Big Days - Sept. 23-24-25
NELSON   FRUIT   FAIR
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Lnfoi ui"
AT NELSON, li. C.
The Kvent of the Ivootenoys
mk;   i ki;i;   acts   twice  daily-
5EE   "RKX COMEDY CIRCUS"   SEE
;auil old   'llIK BLUCHES," "LES JARDYS'
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'*   '■ 'ornn  Pun iii a Hai Wagon, \ Kuropean Sensation Walter Stanton & Co
Wnh ' Chanticler, the Giant Rooster, and the Dancing Geese,
iB m   Bunyon ,. "v  **'  l    A." Pyramid Builders in Living Pyramids.'
the Strong Man, m marvellous feats of strength
HORSE RACING. ROCK DRILLING, and other numerous attractions
MH, BATTLK IN i Special Peature Dai and Night
*"" '"m  Till- i I.iiCDS        i HITT'S   FIREWORKS
Wai 'hm   ^presented at the A. Y.P
Laforme  SINGLK PARK POR THE ROUND TRIP ON ALL LINES
.      w Ith A. D. EMORY, President. G.   HORSTEAD, Secretary and Managei
  I'. <l. Uox 39-', Nelson, H.C.
CunUnuiil  on  I n ■'   I   I '
I Till' ELBCTRK
ISCRRRN SATURDAY,   BBPT, *JOIh,  1013
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
page SEVEN
IMPORTANT
DOMINION LAND
REGULATIONS
other assootntlonffto do greater     work
in the service oi men ami influencing
ihem io hnve greater control oi their
liv.'. and In acknowledge Christ ns
ilu'ii' leader,
We m*e sometimes criticised foi lny-
Ingtoo great a stress On what we havo so„led tenders addressed to Uio unto  ofler     to       men.   Pool   and Will- dersigned, and endorsed. "Tendor    for
lards, gymnasium, reading r n, bowL wharf at Kaslo, B.C.," will be reeelv-
His Bxoellonoy the Administrator   in ing alleys, shower baths, etc,, nnd do ea at (his oSSoe until 4 p.m., on Tues-
Counoil  Is pleased   in order  thnt,    tho noi place sufl^oient emphasis onfletter t|ay< Octoher 7, 1918 for the contftruo -
Regulations for tho survey  admlnlstra-  0) Christian Work.     Perhaps ns never u0nofa Pilo Bent and Timbei* Beck-
tion. disposal and  management  ot Bo- before the V.M.C.A. is looming up bo- ing Wharf at Kaslo, Dirtriot of Koote-
minion  lnmls   within    the   Forty  Mile  fine Iho eyes of I'ho   people,  nml    ihey ,my, B. C.
Belt in the Provlnco ol Uriiisli Colum- aro beginning  to ask, what of nil this, plans, specification and form of eon-
bia bo amondod as follows and tho samo Is it accomplishing what   ii  originally traot oan bo soon    and forms of tender
•ne hereby so amended,     accordingly, aimed to do,   Ves,  to bo of service    to obtained at   this  Department and    nt
nun ami hoys in thewh.de eoiiiir.iinity. ,•„,  ofli(.(.s 0f j, p, p01.ci0)  Esq., District Engineer,  Revelstoko, B.C.; O.C
Iiy  adding
viz:—
Seotion     lil  is   amended
Suh Boctions (o) td) (e),
tc; Small Holdings .The minister
muy yrmit homestead entries to elig ■
Ible applicants for vacant and available lands in areas not exceeding a legal mbdlvii Ion "f forty acres, more or
les . oi for such other areas loss than
one hundred and sixty acres as in the
.|iini.eii it is expedient that ths particular lolality pr parcels ol land afloct-
•.I should be disposed of in tho publio
interest orf or tho purpose ofthe set -
tleiiieni of disputes or conflicting cla -
smenl- or for any othor s[n-.inl reason.
r.'i The Minister may, in tho '-.ise
of lands deemed lobe specially valuable dispose of samo in such areas
and nn smh terms and conditions as
to rice and lettlement duties as he may
see lit; in mny dispose of same at public auction in such areas and at such
uji-et pi-ices and sui h furthei" terms and
ion I.t ions as be may see lit.
idi   Hi.-hi    of Entry.—Any    pei son
whei hn<  secured  entry In  the  Railway
ll.'lt for less ili'ir. a  qearier  section   of
Dominion Lands  tli>ti acres)  may   aftei   approval of  patcntthereforo   npam
make entry ns provided and alter   approval of patent in connection with the
■     may make  another entry  and so
■ ii    Th.' ri.In    of   homestead     entry
shall le.' deemed   to   inclu le  additional
liomi  tends,  ami no  •"■> ion
be  i.! mltted   to a  |Ulro  Domin -
■ I...ii i   in the Railway Bell     under
ntry eith i a   free  homesteads or con-
il i'ui ha 6 I o ne toad ■ or both,
•mounting in the aggregate to more
th  n th ■ an i of a quarl       ei tion.
Condi     ual     Pui  bo e      I 'nine -
steads—The  u imst i   may  granl      en-
. *   exci din   lortj   a 'res,    mnr"     or
.i-     i" litional     mii hase home
■ •..I    ind mnj al hia discretion apply
■ri. iie'..' onlj 'ee alternate    legal
subdivisions ofthe    parcels or   tracts
. i affected.
Y.M.C.A. FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT
Tie   eitizens of Revelstoke will   wel-
mcement n-; to tho nn-
ihe plan of  «ou   ie. 1><'  . in ri id
i o ing Meu'< Christian As-
ion this  yi ai.    hi ich
CANADA'S BEST
Wnisfnlil, Esq., Dlstriot  Engineer, Now
Westminster,   B.C.. nud   on   application
to the Postmaster at Kaslo, B.C.
Persons tendei inu uro notified that
tenders will not bo considered unless
made on lhe printed forms supplied,
and sinned wiih their actual signatures, stating their occupations, ami
places of residence In the case of
iii ms, the actual signature, the nature
..f ihe occupation, and place of resi-
ilenee nf each member of the firm
must  bo given.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered bank
payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ten per eeni *10 p.O.) of the
amount of Uie tender, whi.h will he forfeited if the person tendering decline to
enler into n contract when called upon
I'erfecl Scale, Purity of Tone, Suscepti- to do so, or fail to complete tho work
bilityof Touchy Hesuty of Finish, Work-j contracted for.   If the tender lie   not
accepted the  cheque will he   returned.
The Department does not hind itself
IN USE 40 YEr.RS
GOOD THEN BETTER NOW
iiiHiisliip and Durability,
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
will
i luuu in-like control ct
ntai is
til the
lal.
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erici-iii'iii'. Mini el
•vici s
Ihev
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"I     ill     t'll",     a   tla
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lesign
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eip,
lie "I giving nf'--1
ni   sen
ice.
W£
INVITE CJMP
UK ISO
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The very bed material Bnd tbe best
skill that money con -cenu are employ eil in theii construction.
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R.C. DBSROOHBRS,
Secretory.
Department of Publio Works',
Ottawa, September 3, 1913.
Newspapers will not he paid for   this
advertisement if ihey inseri it without
authority from the Department.
1st iss. Sept. 13, 2iss.
.*,<£
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Mi'K.-ii/ii' Ave., Revelsto!
Head in:-e and Factoi j. Ti
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ronto,
v^ryy^A
SYNOPSIS   CF COAL MIKING
fiE&UL*?lcMS.
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illy   remedy   for   Ccenhs   nnd  Colds
:. .;,ls   a   little;   nnd Cms.  so rr.uchl'
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Each   year   blinds
tn face with larger problems.—
in ue- i„. of greater iec\ io    to
ii u .ind boys of Rei i Istoke .
After visiting a large number o*   the
icwly erected modern Association buil- of   Superstructure Metal,    Bridge   at
■In,-,  with large   equipment,  we   are  Taghum, ll.C,'' nnl "Tender for Sub- I
to Jay, that Revelstoke holds its
own lu fact,   thai   no town   or rity tho
and population of Bevelstoke has
such n iuui Hng,
Our gyuina mm has jusi been paint-
ir oiled and uew borozontal luir, Tuesday, ihe Uth October, for the
mats, climbing r..;.<-. punching bag and manufacture and delivering f.o.li. cars
many othei incidentals placed therein, at Taghum, B.C., and for tbe complete
Bowlliif illeys Inu.. been Improved substructure anl erection ot super-
ind pui into perfe I condition. Billiard structure, respectively, ol the bridge
room lighted up to perfection and lob- ,,ver the Kootenay Bivei at Taghum,
by and reading room -■■ arranged ns to b. C.
make it  cosy for thfl men a-  ihey    sit    Drawings,     specifications,   contract,
around the fire place and read. ,,nd forms of tender can be seen nt the
nm  yetcompleted our   im- offices of the Government Agents    at
.in-, a-  the  twimming pool has Nelson,  New  Westminster,  Vnn.'ouver,
*o in- enamelled   and new steel lockers and  Revelstoke, and also at the office
purchased,   Thi-  will be done as     the of ths Publio Worl-- Engineer, Parlia-
treasury warrants.   Thfl payments for ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
: .i Iation of ih.' debl nr,> coming   in     Intending tendcrei-s .-an, by .ipplylng
promptly, thus far-in." May28tb, Jl,- to the undersigned, obtain one eopyol
752.8o   has   been  i aid oil   Tha eitizens the drawings and one copy of the spfloi-
si n be pleased to know thai they Bcatlonfor the sum of twenty-five dol-
have an  Association clear of indebted- lars (^<i!.">).
Coal mining rights of the Doroltiiein
ii Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Al-
iflrta, the Yukon Territory, the
vi.rtL west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Col-
imtifn, mny he leased ior a term of
twenty-one years at au annual rent-
•il of il an aero. Not more thnn
'..fi'.it acres will he I*hboiI to one applicant.
Application for  leaBe must  he made
y   the  applicant  in  perBon    to    the
\nfnt or     Sub-Agent of the district
n  which   the rights applied for     are
tif iiated.
The lease will in.-lude the coal min-
ng   .  . ,in only,  out  the lessee    muy
  a   permitted  to      purchase  whatever
.-   , a ati     al •! tendei , Buperccribed   available surface rights may he con-
'Tenderfor Manufacture and Delivery   "Id-ared necessary for tbe working of
ihe mine at the rate of 110.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the laad muBt
structure an.l Erection ..f Suparstruc-   ,,t     described    by Boctions, or   legal
nib-divisions of sections, and in un-
•uirvcyec' territory the tract applied
'or shall   he staked  mi:  ny  the    ap-
lecuit   hiniBell.
Each applicant must he accompan
ied hy a fee of %f> which will hn re
funded if the rlghta applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royally shall he paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating- the mine shall
' - ii -b the *■ c nt with sworn return,
iccounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coul mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rights are uot being operated, sucb
returns should he furnished at least
nnep a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa,  or to the Agent or Sub-Agsnt
ture Bridgo at Taghum, B.C.," will he
received hy the Honourable ihe Minister of  l'uhiic  Works  up     to  noon      ol
Each lender must bo accompanied by  of nonlin|0a Lands.
W.  W. CORY.
WATER    NOTICE.
CANADAPortiand cement
SOME men ask for so many bags of
"cement"—
Others, more careful, say they want
4' Portland Cement"—
But the man who does the
best work insists upon getting "Canada" Portland
Cement—
And he looks to
i see that every
bag bears this
label
Wrile the Canada Cement
Information Bureau, Montreal, for a free copy of
"Whet the Fsrmer Can
Do With Concrete."
PL
There is a Canada
Cement dealer in your
neighborhood. If you do
not know him. wrile for
his name.
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| CJL.JEIIDS I
aSIMSaSiSaaSJSi^EiaEMSEMfaEJSleJ
0. B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LANB  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 313. Revelstoke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors  and  Contractors.
P. 0. Boi 347       Kamloops, B.O.
Branch  Office—Watson  Realty  Co.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revel-
stoks, B. 0.
Money to Loaa.
Officii—Revelstoks.    B.    0..     aid
Cranbrook, B. 0.
ii«o. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham. J. A. Harvtj
Rsvelstoks, Cranbrook
l£1 OOO
&
©©©
■fi..'
.-.i;SSn
CV'.-~\>eY
32S. ' -
@
Sehool of Music and Oratory, under
Direction of
PROF. C. 0. BROWNELL.
Teaching Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice
Culture for Singing and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francis   Hall,  on    McKenzie   Avenue.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE.
OF I. O. F.
No. 14(1.
.Mr. Percy V. Giflord, physical dlrec- unaccepted    bank cho'uoor certificate
toi .  i- planning so ihat   all who need 0f deposit ona chartered bank of Can-
■ may have an  opportunity     of ndg, mode payable to the Honourable
■njoyfng it, at  least   twice a  week.   We  the Minister oi Public Works, for   the
ire anxious to meet the needs of tbo slim of 31,000, which shall he forfeited ] I, W.H.S. Horobin and C. B. Mac-
men and boys, but ymi miiBt dn your if lho paity tendering decline to enter ;donald, of Revelstoke, B.C., by occu-
part, State the lime and day you can into contract when called upon lo do ration a Broker nnd Druggist, give
make il   convenient to   attend  nml   got so.   The cheques or eertificates  .jf de ■   notice that wc intend on the 19th day
th'i Interested, If the' exorcises aro posit of unseccessfiil tenderers will be of July, 1913, next, at eleven o'clock
not just what you prefer, jusi mention returned to them upon the execution of i in the forenoon, to apply to theWat-
ii and doubtless we can rome to a fnir the contract. er Commissioner at his office at Rev-
tlement. The  successful   tender, r'"hall   'urriisn j elstoke, B.C., for a licenso to take and
The' gymnasium classes will open on n bond of n guarantee company satis- use on- only cubic feet of water   per
Sept. 29lb, please etee  thai   you     have factory to the Minister of Public'Vorks  second fiom Mountain Creek, a trlbu-
ve.ni  membership card up-to-date,     to in the sum of five    thousabd    lol'ars ■ tary of. No tributary, flows to Col
avoid any misunderstanding,   Inform- ($.*;,000) for the   hie- fulfilment of   tto
ation as regards classes and other nc- contract.
tivities can   he secured at the office.—    Tenders will not be considered unless
DMtnl.l,  ViHV ' made nui nn th" f.irms supplied, <i.in-
Owing in Mi  D.M, Cowan, assistant ed with ihe actual   Igoature ol th  ten
ecrelary,   resigning his  position,    lo derer, and enclosed    in the   envelopes
tako up the ,\   ,i. iaii.eii  work ln ano- furnished.
ther  field, Mr.   Paul  Samson i one     of     The  lowest oi   any   t " l > nol    ie es
OUr young   nun. Tell known in our cily)   -niilv   accepted.
will take up his duties as assistanl  sc .1. E. Griffith.
loryon Sopt, Mill.   Mis pleasing to Public Works En-jinosr.
know thnl wc .'ire mei   iiht.Iv     Working  Pcpnitimnt  of Public Worl
for ■ own selves, but we nre ivnining    Victoria, li 0 .  Beptember :'.nl. 1913.
i   .'in::   men nnd   ending   Ihem mil        to   III '-t l   lo    ''111  D't.
Meets ln I. 0   0. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera  Houso  every second
snd fourth  Monday in  month.  Visiting bretbrsn cordially weleomsd.
H. V. MORGAN, 0. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Ssc.
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No. 51 A. F.
aud A.  M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on ths Third Monday in each month
at li p. in. Visiting brethren ar*
cordially wslcoms.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1.  0.  0.  F.       _
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at. 8 o'clock. Visitlnir
brethren cordially Invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.G.
JAS. MATHIE, Hoc.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. fit
tiiiibia river.
The water will be used on Lot S.E.
J of S.E. 12, Sec. 34, Tp. 23, R. 2, W.of
6th M., and on W. J, L.S. 12, Sec. 35,
R. 2, Tp. 23. W. oi f.th M., and on W.J
L.S. 10, Sec. 85, R. 2, W. of 6th M„
for Irrigation purposes.
Wee int,.nd to npply at the same time
for permission to store suffiident water
to feed pipe only.
Dated  this 19th day of July, 1913.
C. R. Macdonald.
W. H.  S. Horobin.
1st jss.  July 30, Codys.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednes
days    in each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting Woodmen ars
cordial1 v invited to att,*nd
JAMES McINTYRE, CO.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
**-,&-)
\l.
Control   Your   Coal
Expenditure
In the Gurney-Oxford range you will find
more exclusive features, more essential improvements that appeal to the thrifty housewife than
have ever before been found in any one kitchen
range.
But most important of all is the Economizer.
This {clever device for regulating the drafts
saves 1 ton of coal in every 6 that you would
burn in the ordinary range. It takes the smell of
cooking out of the kitchen and sends it up the
chimney.   You know what that means.
The Economizer enables you to absolutely
control the amount of coal you wish to consume and still have a perfect heat for cooking.
It will enable you to keep your fire going
while you go out shopping or visit your neighbor, and all that is necessary for you to do
on your return is to press the small lever and
you are assured of a hot fire in a very few moments.
A Gurney-Oxford stove is sanitary — no dirt
can accumulate on its beautifully smooth surface.
Its top is polished steel which abolishes forever that dreadful operation — blacking the stove.
Of paramount interest also are the other
remarkable and exclusive attachments the
Special Grate, the Divided Flue and the Broiler.
Every woman who knows owns a Gurney-
Oxford.
Revelstoke
&
^
Hardware Co., Ltd.   *$
&> & & @ ^ &* &* & <& <e£ ^ @t
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 108S
Meets every first snd third Tuss-
day ln Oddfe.lows Hall. Visiting;
brethern cordially invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
Smmlom
uickly  steps  emichs,  cures  colds,  and   henlf.
he throat und lunea.        it        ;;       aa cents.
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer PAGE  SIGHT
THE    MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY.   SEPT.  20th,  1013
     Wedding Bells
LOCAL id GENERAL ,
, il     ittawa   bus
|    ...  |       B,e I     II: v 1111II        MO     I  IJ       Oct, -"■
i     u -. Daj
Mi-.    , '    " >'*-*    ou
,   i .i.i  m i      and on ''"■ tourth
■i   i   i ij ol each mon     I horc if tor,
fhc el,:. ! ior  tin.- Allen   Sti   '-  C uu
.    . of Oct, 80th, Empress the
Biggei ami bettei   thuu    \ i
Mi-, ah. John '"ii from H an Ion ool
will    oudu i s  Scundlua*. iun  -cr -
,ti      i ao    o'cfo k  iu   the Baptist
i ,n ..I row, Sui ■■■ ij   bo :21st,
...   if i   :;   Mac loualda
i. titled up tor deutal of-
,       it th    Ironl   whi h wlll  be ocou -
, , ■ ,     ii. nt, .1 nti l,   ui about
. .    .:. ik   time.
Thi   lii i H M tt.  Dau ■   ol the  i i oi
:„   i...11 m Drill  Hi     *>*•"'• esday .
Bept, 21th    Ri vol Hoke Bai d in     al
.,.  .     Dai    ue trom D to       Ifl p.
in.   i;. .li imo .•>. ei ant h d,
Mr   Leon   Coursior  returned  Friday
i ; mm i      irvoy work   on
■" ■ minor
i ,,a   li :    ■.   [i i'p  ring  ti    leave
■ week to begin n course in ihe den
■   T ii onto.
, [ef ol Police Parry, writes lhat lie
i :i.ivei,j .i mn i ciijoj* ible time ui
Lelhl !. Igi . Uta. Business lots which
could have been -cured foi a few hun-
dre I dollars a fow ye- irs a i arc uow
Vorili ;h eei ands,
R.M. Smith who captured Lhe most
il ili Poultrj exhfoii • n ii ro,
will leave next Wednesday with a
b u b of pi '•■■ birds for Salmon Arm.
,-. - he may be expected lo tecuro
more prizes.
Mrs, \ H. Bfaokberg and laughter
Ethel lefl fo     - ,     iuvi ■'•    in sd .y
morning, where MUs  Ethel  will     take
Mrs.  Blackberg  will i isit   Victoi i i and
up hei  Bei-on i y >m   in  McGil   College. I
Hope befoce she returns home.
An employee of the   C.P.R,   named
Knowlion, acting as flagman uear   the
steani shovel just wesl of the oity, ■*• .
killed by a train lasl  night.   His     remains wero removed to Howson'        a
dertaking *, arlors,
Rev,  I.a li ■;.■ ll il      ■- ill  pn a li     at
.   es -en Sun.lay. ai   tlia Methodist church, Mi Kenzii   ., ■ a ie, Moi n-
ing 11  i.m.. evening 7 30 p.m    If   you
• not been to church in a
we slia I i>- gla   lo    ee   you.   li     you
Pa ;h  the ciiy     come
i   ng,
George Cooper, son of Mrs, Elizabeth
J,   JI.   Coopei of Leigh-on Sea,   Essex,
n I, nn 1 who  went   to  raniiela in
March 1911, is requested to communi-
• a. with  Mr. G.J,  Strii aland,
'    S mthainpion   -" rei I.   Holi orn.
England.   Any   Information
• m othei   persons b   i
de ired
Wi leai 11 Oi o press thai
hun   choii     have re ulved
product   ino bei i   il       n
Hay -
•:        n ■   ■      aders
will ■,  b age '     ve,,,,
Those of  our readers who  will     n
theii   recent pi
forward to mothei  treat ' •
■
g -   that Mi    \\' liana  ■ • ■
the I   Burns Market at   Revi
now .n cl arge of the ss
•   i-
.1: I itb     il
sf at the N -       (Int
B.C., as h
in i'm ■ whist
■ i-y -    i*
T .    ii    bas I ..-1 m   ,  -r .
Ilqui [ars.      t
tsea      Dsist ing ol  a I ai   i     n in I
ted  a
p    | • rty corner Firsl
■ ie   whei.-.
e n Mon lay the  22nd
I'i- ti .n oi  his now  hoi
n of - -     atne - r- -.
pleted new building Is no* ji t.-.| to
be ready for occupancy until the ■•nl
of Noveemtjer n'   the eat
Mis   W.M.   I.nwr. n   • ,- I laflt,
evening for her cousii . Mi ' Oi mi ,,i
Winnipeg and also as a i irewell to Mr.
.lames Lawrence, who return to col -
lege next week, Mrs. Lawrence' parties for thc young peof,!e     ar.-    always
greatly enjoyed and thi-one was no
exception. Five hundred form ■ I the
entertainment for seven tables of players until midnight. Miss Sadie Foote
and Mr-1. J.H, Hamilton won ti I and
second prizes for the In lies, and Mr.
Clifford Drquharl and Mr. Harol ! Cor
don were awarded the he.nor- fo' ths
gentlemen. After a dafnty supper, the
spacious drawing-room wars i-leared for
dancing which eontlmierl without flag -
(rintr until three in the morning. Mrs,
MeVity and JTi.s,- Qranl an I ..then
were rrenei-otis wiih Ihe besl of ,lane-e
music, and the time sped swiftly until
the  Inui^when  farewells  must be  -laid, j
A    i'i.'. ij    wedding took place thl
aioinin..   mi llic homo e.i Mr, aiui Mrs.
.... Third    ti iot, whi u  Mr. .las.
\|. Intyri'    of  iho well-known  hnn     oi
Mclntyre &   Son was  united iu  inarri
ago i" Miss Violet Wilson of Rovolstouo
bo    iTonilnj boluy   performed by     tho
Rev. CA. Procunler, vicar of Bt. Pet-
lurch.
ch bride, w li.e looked , ci y unarming
. . i,, a ai. iy ley hn in othor Mr.
Albert \\ il iou, l Uu groom's best m.i"
le lug Mr, Hoctor Mclntyro, wbo camo
in.in ih" family home at Notch Hill,
li. i'..  in atienil the tun il ion
Tlie  In iile-'niai.i   woro  Miss   Kaili.n
ii,' Mclutyre and ber sister MUs Janet
little Evelyn Laing   with dainty   grace,
hulltg    l.lll'   I HI.'    iM'.ele'l .    wlllll'    ,,i;     ■    J ullfl
Scott     nnd   Miss     Helen   Ilill..   linul.
friends of the bride also assisted, Miss
i    ,'   Payne ui range I ihe' floral J u
■ a
'l'li.' presenl •   wero vory beautiful, in
iliieiiiii;  lhe gloom's  gift to  the  bride
maul nf a   .ham.,ml   broach,   a   prei ty
. iii   foi      tho i ium bi ai.'i.  Iii llu  Evelyn
I ,iiii_;. and a   pair  ofgold uulrf links    tor
tho best maa, uiul.- the local lodge   oi
ih ■  Canadian   ' irdor ol  the  Woodmen
.ilili.' World, ot whieh Mr. Mclntyre is
lho     Consul   Commander,     his bride
beluga lady sovereign thereof, presenl
■d ill -   cOUple Wil ll a ban.l-<nil.'   -alile   ul
,.,' furniture bought of the local firm oi
I.. I loWSoll fi   Co,
The beautiful sei i- n conducted
i. n ath a pretty ai rungi .1 doi al arch
after which the company partook of a
splendid wedding lum a... when the
lnid.■ with    all   ilm- ceremony, cul   iln*
. ak.- and tin* usual toasts were honored with much in1 im--ui m. The host,
\ir. and Mrs, Hlllyer being especially
honored for iheii popularity and great
hospitality.
Tho tn iei.'. uiri.'d a lovely bouquet oi
Whii.' Carnations and roses with delicate ferns, an.l wore a smart tailor-
made ; ravel suit of blue S01*gC with np-
propriato Bower trimmed hnl
Later   ll ".'  pie   left on      the
wesl ie.eiin I expre s toi n honey moon
trip to the -on-t cities, a number of
their friends were ,, tie- • lep.it to give
the hearty scn«l-otT usual on such Imp-
; y   .,!■ nslons.
The v.-libn • of Ml is M in. 1.- Hyatt of
Revelstoke and Hi. MacPherson ot Salmon Ann. will tal.- place iu St.Johns
church Wednes lay   afternoon,   Sept.  24
OBITUARY
News uf tho ad au'l untimely death
■ if Mr. J.L. Probyn came as a shock i.,
the comrounitj la t Wednesday morning, Mi. Probyn has bet i resi •
dent of om citj sm ■ coming here from
I ie . ild Count i y Bix ye h - a_ •■ ind
during that time le-won many friends
by lus genial and kindly dis| o
ui England he worki el for
with a large - ■   and  pea
u   a wholesale business,   Aftei   om
in,: to Hevelstoke he wa- iot' d      ;•
ii. Mr.   Horace   Manning's   colli
i v store on Mi Kenzie •.
little than two
i-ine.    or  bimi
■
i usines   Ml    Pi
■
to bus •
ith
Tie      funeral. v
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r.
a*
"
:.   'i wa-  a
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■'
•' -
'
How a
It i
Don't toi
ii,.'.- Ith
Admi n     11 ""
Splendid  . te
• j.. shown in   itev» -
al the    ' ■    ■
• ■nin?.
.    I !,-■   Mail-H    ii'i  and
'1   i Mr   .lau    Me
vii     of   No. I   Mm
. while he   >■
oa hi' honey moon trip.
t u Lheat re tonl fhl The Faith
Healer, in two parts, Higher Law. For
netful KI,, n- .1 eikse.n berit! Monday
nigh', Wlnn Light Came llak, in two
; iit Qaumont Weekly, Bleon Hie
Trappni Tue dny, Oorills Menans, in
two parts, flood i.,r Iv. il, Oklahoma
City, W.dn. 'lay. Sorrows of Israel,
in three parts, Russian treatment t.o
Jews    Star theatre,
REVELSTOKE FALL FAIR
PRIZE LIST RESULTS
Continued from Page One.
3rd  Pullet  K. Bourne	
i 'I  Pen  K. Bouinu 	
-nd l'en  'F.FIeetham 	
3rd run  ,  C. Young 	
while Wyandottes:—
1st   Cook F.   Kleelliam   	
2nd Cook  J.  Shaw  	
I i and 3rd Hen  ..Mrs.  R. Gordon
Jnd   Hon  4. .1.   Hhuw   	
Isl  Cockerel  K. Fleetham 	
1st, 2nd and 3rd Pullet  I. Shaw 	
i t  Pen  ,
2nd Pen	
i ;n iiulge Wyandottes:—
1st Cock   ,
I il, 2nd ami 3rd lion ..
I i  Peu      	
While'  Leghorns
I t   Cock  \
1st, -ml ttnd 3rd 1 len ...
1st  Cockerel 	
-n I au.l 3rd Coi kerol 	
Island  'n 1   Pullet  	
3rd   rull..I    ,	
,,l.  Shaw   	
.1'*. Fleelham
0,  v
Ollll(J
c   *•,
 ig
n   *i
Ollll(T
..Ii.l1'.   Sniiinierville
..U.K.   Sommorvillo
,.|.'.   le'lieiliain   	
..U.K.   Soiiinierville
,..K. Fleetham 	
...B.P.  Soiiinierville
Mankind Extinct
Statistics purporting to show* thai
the human race [J besoming gradually
iusniie, and the prediction that lho
lime will come when there will bo ao
more births, wore thefeatures oi'an ad
dress before the American Public Heal
tli Association at Colorado Springs by
in-, ll. Kellogg of Battle Oreek, Mioh.
According lo Dr. Kellogg tho birth
rate is decreasing elu a manner that
will-bring it io Lhe vanishing point in
2012, Tho achievements of modern
science, the speaker declared, are bring
nu; uboul rare degeneracy by Bavlng
the weaklingB,
"To regain our*lost estate," he   ele
ilnred, "we  should   get liiV'l-   to  iinllin'.
We musl cultivate health Instead    ot
dl lease."
SOCIAL ill PERSONAL
The Versatiles are Coming I
W. Laing
W. I fting
W. Laing
W. Laing
W. Laing
I
n Hard
R.J
. Ballard
'{..!
. Ballard
ilh;
1st   Pen  B.P.  Sommervil!
2nd   Pen   K. Fleotham 	
R.C.B. Leghorns:—
isi and 2nd Cock  K.
l t. 2nd nnl 3rd Hen  K.
Isl   Cockerel   K.
1st, 2nd and 3rd Pullel   K.
l-t. 2nd and 3rd Pen  K.
R. t*.  B,  Leghorns:—
Isl  Cock  .A.G.  Woodland
1st  Hen  V.G, Woodland
1st an.l iimi Cockerel 	
l-'l.   2nd and   3rd   Pullet   	
Ist Pen 	
S. C. B. Leghorns:—
l-i  and 2nd Cocker •> 	
Ul and  2nd  Hen I. Mathie
1st, Jnel iiiiii 3rd  Pullel   I. Mathie
Silier Campines:—
l-l  Cockerel   Mrs, J.
l-t. 2nd 'iml 3rd Pullet Mrs. J.
l-t   Pen    '. Mrs.   .1.
1 ufl ' Irplugton:— -iffc
1st Cock    K. Creech 	
l-i.   Jiul  and  3rd  Hen  K.   Creech 	
Ist  Cockerel   Mrs.  J.D.  Blbbal-d
•Jml ami 3rd  Cockerel  K.  Creech 	
1st  and 2nd  Pullet  .Mrs.  J.D. Sibbald
3rd Pullel     • V. Cr -h 	
l-t    nil 3rd  Pen K.  Oroech 	
oDr] pen   Mrs.  J.D.  Sibbald
White Orpingtons:—
!  ■   c0ck  B.  K.  Cayman   	
BUSINESS
OCALS
Wall Papei' ai  halt-price at  Howsons
At the Trueman Studio, all portraits are high grade and guaranteed.
—A. Douglas Tourner,
Don't lose your hard-earned votes in
I the Lawrence Hardware Piano Contest
by keeping them back-. Hand thom in
jeach Wednesday. Votes are not to hu
1 held over. The colors will be changed
I and the old  vote-wlll thou be value-
Get prices on Linoleum and oilcloth
al Howson's.
Tho Trueman Studio is the house
for high class finish for amateur work
all  prints with white borders.
Revelstoke's home  of art—Tho True-
lift, k
Hack
Hack
i man
discuss
all.
Studio.    Call anil   Bee us,   wheu
*lg   portraits.    Priees   to     suit
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
j in Revelstoke by the Revelstoke Gen-
I eral Accneies, Ltd.
Priees ot Carpet  Squares al     Howson's compares   favo. a'.ily   with    other
1   cities.   Cull and see.
I  •  aud -n.l Hen
1st   Cockerel 	
■Jn'1 Cockerel
3rd Coi kerel	
i  ■   P illel   	
	
	
 B.  K.  Cayman
 II.  K.  • ;.        n
 .Mrs.  Maddock ,
 W. A.   Fooie ...
 W.A. Foote 	
 Mrs. Maddock ..
 B.C.   Cayman  ...
 R.F. (rayman ...
 Mi^.  MMaddock
SUDD Si HDllHliliaHiH §
a s
The  Annual   Meeting   of   lhe g
Revelstoke    Hospital    Society %
-itnnds  adjourned   to  Monday, (§
September  22nd,   W.   D.   Arm- g
strong,   Secretary. [jj|
«*
* Re
, k    K* Fleetham
 A-   Johnson
oo H   Siegfried
Hen  F. Flootham
i   Hen - A*   Johnson
and  -nd Cockerel  K. Fleetham
ii   Siegfried
 '•'   '*' <" 'bam
 H- Siegfried
od 2nd Peo K. Fleetham
... \.   Johnson  .
'
-
,.F.   Somes  	
It.  Cordon ,
,F,   Some-  	
it.  Gordon
■
Mi     Sibbald ..
W    lloy.l
I oung 	
.aid
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asaaiiiiaiiissaiissws
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SALES and WANTS  |
IOc. line   ::   Minimum 25c |j
ajsJHSJajsisisjsraai'aaEJSEJBEJa.'SJSjai
TO LET—I have a nieo Furnished
House to let, on Third street, West.
A.W. Connolly, at G.W. Bells' Stor,;
FOR SALE—Four Milch Cows, ln
good shape, animals can be inspected and terms obtained from Charles
Granstrom, across Columbia River
bridge, Old Town, Rovolstoke
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Office, nun for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smytho'i Employment Offlco,  First streot, Rovelstoke, U.C.
FOR SALE— Mod"in Sen-n-ltooiiied
House. Furnished or unfurnished on
e'nsy leniiM. Apply to 1). McLcod, *J8
Sixth street.
Tho Veraatiles are Coming !
THE VERSATILES
i that
.! • a have boo
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RThyWl
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H
I,,    ■ he      ' ■■"■   Bfltl »   our      Inst.
Ml      An
Who     *ill   SVer i-ninin   Hie   lm
i ,,,. tt 'i: . lol alike o( prairie
.,n I Pacifti cli. a ' i ■ tni di tm"
,., orn md not tni'li', nnd Mr.
,-toik wn uiidoiilet'-dlv on 'he be i of
terms with himself when he .fi'riod
/ ,   |     |o    th      I'"".    wh.'ie   dwell    her
parent      Harry   Ilo.lend n n«    funny
,isc'i-r.   of   ihe     now-cotnara,     bothi
Kn 11 Vi   anl  lln'rleii  Knwn (daughtem
i      dea     old      emu'dlnn,      .Inino;
I     .   .1.' i i".I      .    ■
..ih   Charlie     Cardel,
la to   South
A'L. ie-  they I. .        isl    ..ni Iii'l-
toiil   wl'h i.l Merry
Hilly    tl   auI I,    lhe       .lohn
,   itlles, i    absolutely
ind   nntidcred   to b« th-'   iuu
who   <■ '•'      l«ft   the
•t,<.re-     .f Bonnie Bcotland.   The Ver
i In     e-n on  wlli    lie
hul  a.or.,   elaborate thnn     on
II     Kamloopa   Standard
Vnu.nc 'he Sunday arrivals to the
Capital of Can el i'n Aplu, weri> Miss
KnthleCIl and Mi Morris Ander-on.
now nt \ ue ouvoi . but formerly of Rov
plstokn Morn leaves for the eousl
on Mrmdiiy, but Minn Andnrnon Will
,< i.-nd her \ isit ro as to eniov more
ofthe  lovely  mountain  Hennery.
I'l.XI'KHII'lScKI) DRI'ISSMAKER will
undertake work by the day. Apply
al  27, Kifih Stceet.
WANTW)—A po-iiioti bv mother and
daughter uh cook and helper, or wuit-
tess,    Ha\e   bad exp.'iie nee.    Will   ao-
e.epi posh ion- in country or city. Apply to Uox 911, Revelstoke, BC.
WANTED—Advertiser wanis furnisliod
or unfurnished house for rent, close
in. good repair, stnte rent to J. Me-
Pherson   general delivery.
FURNISHED,  heated room-  to rent.
Apply   next .Ioor   to Mail-Herald   Office.
BOARD AND ROOM -Will pay well.
and remain indefinitely for board &
room in strictly private family, hav-
placi- where there u ■ ee, other room-
ii -. References, addte-H in detail. —
J.B   Kalciiiy.i. P o. Dox 83, City.
NOTICE—All   accounts    ai;ain«t      the
Al-iI' iiltural   As^oHation   are to    be
banded into the   Secretary  a«   enrly
a« pn"<9ible.
WANTED—Will pay well for room and
flonrd in strictly private family with
nu other roomers Referencei. etc.—
please «(nte particular' by mail.—'
J.B. Ellinger,  Box 88, City.
Mr. Anstie lefl Thursday ou a business visit to lho coast.
Mrs, Singer is staying i'or a tew daj
with Inu' mother Mrs, ,)..). Woodland
Mrs. Alvin Ui'epihai t wus iu iron.
Rogers Pu s Ihis week to attend thi
fair,
Mrs. Sbinn ,,!' Rogerd I'ass, is visiting this week with Mrs.  Jus. il 'iii"
sou,  Fourth street.
Mrs. .1. II. Hamilton invited a tow
i'i ieiiib,1 lo afternoon tenon Friday to
meet Mrs. Breenof Vancouver,
Mr. and  Mrs. Thomas Bradshaw re
t uracil Tue day   night   Irom   .,   tive,-da>
pleasure  Irip down  the Okanagan.
Mrs, Hr."'ii of Vancouver, is the guest
this wook of .Mrs. RobbinB, while sho
renews  many  old friendships ln   town.
Mr. and Mrs. Somerville of Maiakwa
were llie guests this week of their dau
ghter Mrs. Wm.Beavo, Third streel
Miss Jessie  Duncan ol  Mordou Man
is visiting hor brother Conductor   "uu-
i':iii.   She is  staying  with  her      um',.
Mrs.  Robt. Urquhart,
Mr. and Mrs. Iloyd of llal'.Von, and
Mrs. Hoyd und family who have been
in town ih'tri weok returned outh ihis
morning,
The S- uU'liea ian  i o lety  will  holi
a busliel pany wi h  lance al the Scan-
d'ina ■ lun  hull on  Sal  rday   llie     27(1'.
al   4 o'clock,
Mr, .I.A. Thew of Nakusp, the genia
proprietor of  lho Nakusp  hotel,     no-
in town this weok to *eo the Rovelstoke
exhibition,
Mrs. S.S. Sm i I li of Vernon, and Mrs
Fi .i ei of  lllecillewaet, arrived In   the
city Tuesday to -p.ml a   week  vUlting
Mis. E,   Bongard,   Sc ond   stive'l.
Mrs. W.ll. I'..mill liml for hor guo ;
,liuin.:  i  couple ol   day    ihis  week her
mother,  Mrs,   Richards  Jackson,    and
Mrs, J,  Ciivcnliy, of Vernon,  B.C
Mr. and Mrs. Rogers were' the guesta
thl week ol Mrs. W.A. Foote. Mrs.
Rogers is now visiti11_; her parents Mr.
and Mrs.  WC.  Calder al Tonka farm.
Mr. J. Iloyd of Thui; Valley, arrived ui town Knday morning io meoi
bis wife .nei family coming irom    Ire-
i lund.   The united family went west ilia
. tame evening,
I Among Malakwa visitors to town
i this week, both us exhibitors anel sigln-
eers wero noticed Mr. nil I Mrs. Somerville, Mi. and Mrs. Wiper, and Messrs
May, Howard, LeBeau,Irabeau and
Johnston.
Miss Bess MacDonald of Vancouver is
1 enjoying u visit to Revelstoke, tlio
guesl ol her brother Mr. Clarke MacDonald. Mrs. 1). McLi unau and Miss
MacDonald Bpeni ihe first of the week
at Halcyon Hot Springs.
Miss Stevens, primary teuih.u" in
Central school, is in the hospital ihu
week, threatened with alow fever. i>er
Bister who is teaching in Chasei came
in yesterday to Bee her, Hoib sis'en
have jusi lately arrived here from S ot
land.
The ladles of the Altai* Society ot
S. Francis church are holding their 'ii
nual Bazaar on November L8tb .md
I'.iih.   Thoy will have their annual big
Bale of fancy Work, as well astho u-.i il
bazaar Bales, aud will serve B lull < n r-
se dinner (Jii both evenings.
Bx-Mayor H. A. Urowu, and Mrs.
D'owu of Sicamous, were popular visitors to the fair. They were guesta at
the Holel Revelstoke. li is Mr. Brown s
Intention to make their home in Rev-
elstoke lhi<     winter     if they   ean      i.-ot
raited witli apartment!,
Tho  {ollowing <\ ',._.,ii,.,
to repreient Revelstoke Ooud \lomt
Begbie I.O.K. atthe High Coun to be
he'UI ai Vancouver the tii>i week of
October, Mr, ami Mrs. ll.V. Morgan.
Mr. Ceo. Tucker, Mrs. MeKinnon and
Mr. Geo. Cartwrigbt.
"A jolly koocI time'' was the n.oito
last Wednesday ni^ht, when Mr. l-.ivo
Orr's orchetftra gave the oircnin;: ,]anry
of the season in St. Francis Hall.
About III or maybe 50 couples wer- pro
-eni. nnd so highly did the dan ers . p-
| predate the music supplied that .hiy
encored every number. Mi. Robert,
Cordon acted as floor manager i ms
usual efficient manner. Most >l tha
oiit-of- town guests who nre vUlv'.qg
here thi-i week,also tonkin Hie e.'&ooe.
.s'oi ihe leasl enjoyed feature .if thu.
eveninc was the lun, In-on seived at
midnight by friend* of the orehestra,
und which consisted entirely of tht
best ofhome cooking, Dancine. wnn resumed until after two o'clock and when
the crowd reluctantly broke up. there
were many who expressed tho hope
that this orchestra dance would be -
cornea regular feature of our winter't
entertainment nt not too-widely septtr.
ated interval".

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