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REVELSTOKE. B. C. UCTOMR 22, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
Mrs. Pankhurst
Detained at
New York
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explained,
nnd 1   wu<
rest."
liberty under lie-ense,'" she
"My   license bad    expired
n[ course, subject to     ar-
RELEASED.
Mrs. Emracline Pnnkhui.-t, English
militant suflraf.ette leader, who lias
arrived at New York, was denied
«>d admission to the country until a
special board of inquiry could determine whether her prison record in Ent'.
land was such that she should l>e cx-
oluded from the United States. Mrs.
Pankhurst was detained aboard tl"'
liner  Province  when it docked.
A special tug was commissioned to
take her to Ellis Island. She was plac
cd aboard anil taken to the immigration station there. A speeial board of
inquiry .-W. Itself to determine it Mrs.
Pankhurst's conviction in England
was for a crime involving moral turpitude, li so, she would eome within
the clause included by thfl immlgrat -
ion a"t. If not, the act dons not apply. Inspe. tors wln> >|U68tloned her
aboard thc Province asserted thai her
conviction was for a political ofleiwe,
and ihat it w.is genei-alfy understood
that her sentence had expired when j
she left England for France, although
rite had not  been so notified formally.
For a quarter of cn hour, the militant leader was questioned by the immigration Inspector in the white anil
gold music room of tli- liner. A. curious crowd of passengers eager to learn
tie- disposition of her case, trooped in
through the doors, and pressed the
two-score newspaper reporters forward
till they surrounded the little group.
Rhetn Child Dorr, Mrs. Pankhurst's
travelling companion, sought to sn I*
side the militant leader during the
hearing, but this the inspectors would
not  permit, examining Mrs. Pankhurst
alienee.
"I am not coming to America tee tell
American women how to c' the vote"
Mr-. Pankhurst announced when the
Inspector had left her. "They appear
to be ahle to Ire abundantly able to
manage iheir own oampaign. Their
proves- ha- been remarkable and they
netsl no foreign leadership." There
was a touch of militancy about Mrs.
Pankhurst's face, oi figure as she chatted with the newspaper men. She  was
■ lr .1 in a  grey suit, cut V  rfhape at
the throat, a hlue liai that bore but
a single ostrich plume of I lack, and
was half bidden by a blue veil, and
wore a sealskin '".it that touched the
floor wh.-a she walked. Her last greying hair belied the youth that seemed
stamped on her features,
Sle- had almost recovered, -he said,
from the illness caused l>\ forcible
feeding in Hallowny jail, Hm -In- wai
willinL- tee live her harrowine experience all over again if need lie for tho
cause."
"Would I see it through?" the repeated in Indignant answer to a question nsked by ,-i reporter. "Why of
course I would I would die if I ha.l
to for tbe e rinse, And tlv-re are
dozens, ye-, hundreds oi women in
Bngland who would do lhe -tune thins
1    don't  Be't   my-ell a- different      from
anv other woman, or better thnn nny
other woman.
"We are having :, revolution tn Buu
land   Just as   you   | pis  of      Amelia
had a revolution when ymi wanted
your freedom when you were taxed
wilhoul   representation.
"We English wonun are fluhttnu foi
our freedom. .Insl ,(s yen won yours
-o will we win oiiis. You fought
George the Third, we are fighting
aguin-t Qeorge (he Fifth; no, perhapi
I should not -ay that; we are not
fighting against Kinir Qeorge; we are
fighting against King asquith, for he
is ih" obstinate mnn who blocks the
way.
"I don't think I should be denied
admittance to your country; I don't
Ihink I will be. I am willing ie. trust
io the sen.*' of iu-tii-e of the American
people."
Mrs.     Pankluir-t       wa        questioned
closely about her departure f■ • th Bng
land. Hhe told the Immigration In-
spectators tlmt she thought 4he would
not lie  arrested  if she  returned   ihere.
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America's doors were opened yester-
i dny to Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, and
during the few weeks covered by her
lecture engagements the British militant suffragist Is free to co where she
will in thee United States.
An order releasing the much-discuSs-
ed visitor fiom -detention at Ellis Island, N.Y., and revoking, the deportation order of iho special inquiry board
Wns issued loday aftec President Wil-
was issue I today after President Wilson of the IlepaiiMi'-iii of Labor and a
formal   hearing    hefore       Immigration
Commissioner Oaminetti on Mrs. Punk
hurst's appeal had  been  concluded.
Secretary Wil-on announced that he
and the President had agreed that Mrs
Pankhurst should be admitted "on her
own recognizance," with the understanding tbat she -boukl depart when
she had fulfilled her lecture engagements.
NEW
TARIFF
BENEFICIAL
cording  to an Ottawa despatch  to
by steam shovels.     The danger    that anger he  discovered    a beautiful   Spao-
the river Chagies,  a torrential stream ish girl, Bstel'e D'Ortez. adored     and
following the course of the canal    for cherished hy tlie pirates amid     seencB
some distance,  might  burst its  banks of  murder and debauchery  such as  tho
had also lo He faced, and the task of
disposing of its waters ln ease of
flood was one of the greatest problems engineers had  to  solve.  .
No one can dispute the benefit  that
will resull to the world from the open-
York, large  increases  in exports   ing of thn canal,  owing to the reduc-
United  Slates of vhe principal I ''°n "f distances.   The United States
will  benefit  most  by  this      reduction,
especially in regard    to  thfl      South
A,
New
to     llll1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Canadian  commodities  affected   by the
United States  larifl bill are confident-1
ly  expectod  hy      the department
trade' and commeroe and
There' aie  sighs lhal
civilize!  world cannot imagine.
Estelle has been with the band for 10
years. She was live years old when
she fell into the hands of the pirates,
Her father was the captain o' the
trading schooner Santa Maria, which
sailed from Manila 10 years ago, and
went lo the "port of missing ships."
She knows nothing of the fate of her
father anu the crew of the Santa Maria
of
customs,
in all   the  lines
American ports, and New York will be  but judging  from the  many  atrocities
reduced   oy 5,000  miles,  whereas      the  whieh she has  witnessed in  the    inter-
distance between those ports and
Liverpool, will only be lessened by
2,800 miles. Vancouver, however, will
bc (i,(K)0 miles nearer to Liverpool.
Open  Season For Game.
Grouse  of all  kinds,   October  ll*
December  31st.
DuckB,  geese  and  snipe,  September I
to February 2s.
Coast  deer,   September  1 to  Decern -
HOSPITAL
LIBERAL
SHOWER
October   lo   to   De
Th.
wish
lee      :
ladies ,,f ihe Ho-pital Guild
to extend their heartiest thanks
I!  tho-e' who  -o  generously    re-
iponded te. their appeal for contributions to tbe Bhower of jam ami pickles
held at ih-- hospital on Saturday Lint.
The responst a is more than gratifying despite the inclemency of the weather, the gifts -Imply poured in, three
huudilfld jars in all being received. Tee
result reflect: great credit onthe residents of Revelstoke and vicinity, who
have ■ ,ii >■:]•■ more occasion proven their
generous beartedness aud that tho
welfare oi 'me ■■; their most worthy
Institutions is very e-lo-e to them
Below ..a I;-;   .; [those contributing
In   the shower:
Mrs. Fry. Mr-. CF. Lindmark, Ms.
l.nnd.ll, Mrs. K.D. MacDonuld, Mis'.
Downs, Mrs. Hogan, Mrs. Hum-. Mrs.
H. Lougheed, Mrs. Perry, Mrs. K'icwl
i.ui. Mrs. T.I Wadman, Mr-. GiSiion,
Mrs. MeCarter, Mrs. Atkins, Mrs. .'.
Rutherford, Mrs. McRury, Mr-- Kilpatrick. Mrs. E.J. Stewart, Mrs. Law-
reoce Mrs. 8. Urquhart, Mrs. laun-,
Mrs. J. Matz, Mr?. W.H. Sir.h'-'.ind,
Mrs. R. Howson, Mi -. Qeo. Lai * in .
Mi-s May Ack.ey, Mrs. J. Milmiis,
Mr-. Q, Ralph Lawrence, Mrs. Plump.
Mrs. c . Mncdo il, Mrs. U.C iVi-
pitts, Mrs. D •;. Mrs. Ant-.is .Vc-
Lean. Mrs. Knox, Mrs. J. Lonxo, M's.
W.A. Foote, Mrs, W.I. I .. . *!•■■ 8.
G.  Robbins, Mrs, B. Trimble, Mrs. C.
of production lo he affected by thu
new   tai ill extemdve  preparations    are
b.eini:  niaJe in   lake  the fullest  advan-       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
age "f the- changes.   This is especially
uoticeabie I,, live stock moats, hay, Extracts from Game Laws
■ oal,  lish and in some  lines .oi  munu-
fuetures.
The trado figures for the first     five
months  of  the  fiscal  year—up   to  Sep-
leinh.i   1st, -heiw great increases. Canadian export-- during August  broke all
i records.   Total   imports  and  exports
fur August   were 897,74-2,581,   .,  gain of  her 15.
nearly $3,000,000 over August,      191*-'.      Cock   pheasant
Exports  of  Agricultural    products   in  ember 15.
August—nearly  nU    to     the     United
States—were   $l«,000,0t)0,     a   gain    of
[$5,000,000     over August      last    year,
while tin: total exports for     August—
I mostly  to lhe     United  States— were     Ducks
161,000,000,  a   gain  of 89,000,000  over   sold in
August, 1912. : umbia
Kor   ilie  five  months  period    emled    ly.
August 31st,   the  total of  imports and
export-   was      $456,728,107,  compared
with  $418,038,748 for tlie same period
last year.
United   States  and  Canadian  buyers
of live stock, hay and other agricultural  products for     export   to        the
Slates  ai,-  much  iii  evidence  through.
oul  Ontario, Quebec    .-md    the    Other
Eastern  provinces.     Cuttle    and   hay
buyers are specially active for exports
to  the BuflaPo, New York  and Boston
markets.   Practically all available live
stock has been bought up for shipment tei these markets after ihe enactment of the bill.
The reduction of till h iy duty fi ■*■•
M to ?2 a tem bas stimulated buying.
Lumber activities are noticeable. In
iho Maritime provinces of New Brunswick und Xii\ .t Scotia a revival of
selling to the New Kngland states,
especially of tish, lumber, coal and
agri illtural product-, ,i- foreshadow -
•d by present activities.
she     iold Captain Tap-
believes they suffered    a
vening years,
ham thai   Av-
horrible death,
Captain Tapham will bring his *.'•">
prisoners to San Francisco, where be
expects to have them all hanged, as
the evidence against them appears to
he  overwhelming.
By a  strange   irony   of fate,   Estelle
to  D'Ortez,  the one  living human    being
' lo whom the pirates extended kindness
and consideration, will be     the    chief
witness against   them.
Dredge Design Accepted
No shooting allowed if there be     3'    Advice- received from Ottawa state
inches of snow on the ground. ! lhal  tenders are  to  be called  at      an
Pheasant  bag  limited  to  six    bird
in one day.
geese and snipe may be
the province of British Colli     the    month  of October on-
Pheasants are not saleable.
Buck deer over one year old may
bn sold from September 1 to; October
16 only.
Panama Canal Act
MAYBE
ELECTRIFIED
An announcement by Representative
Adamson of Georgia, chairman of the
house- committee on interstate and
foreign commerce and author oi the
Panama Canal Act, indicates that
President Wil-on han decided upon the
policy he- will follow toward the question of free toll- for American ships
pa .-iiiLr through tie- cana>.
This is the question that has called
forth a protest from Great Britain on
ihe ground ihat thc discrimination in
favor of American coastwise ve—el- is
a direct violation of the Hay-Pauuee.
lote treaty. This controversy with
Creut Britain is the one black .loud
now hanging over the Panama Canal
project.
Mr. Adamson, in Ini- statement, give-notice thut at the December session
imis ,.a,.'y .,j|lt., f0,. (',(. construction ot the
fifteen-inch hydraulic dredge for use
on tbe Arrow Lakes, says the Van -
couver Province. The design submitted by Cartwright. Matheson & Co,,
of Vancouver, has been accepted by
the Dominion government.
The apparatus will be used for
clearing tlie channel, through ihe Narrows between the upper and lower
Arrow lakes from Nakusp to Kil-
larney in order thai navigation will
he made possible' throughout ih'* entire season. J. P. Forde, tht* government engineer for the Kootenay dU-
irie-t, will supervise ihe operations.
I
Startling Theory
A Welsh chemist named Williams i-
maturing an idea of growing wheat in
factories, i hereby reducing th:- cost of
a loaf iif brea I tee on • quarter the presenl price. It is claimed that the
sch ime, if workable, will revolutionize
the markets. Williams asserts that he
hal discovered a method of specially
treating thi soil he will us*Vi in the
plant by electricity and a secret solution which  will force  growth.
The Daily News -ays that Williams
propose- a fae tory of several floors
covered with sand and gravel impreg-
NO ELECTION
IS PENDING
People Know that McBride Government are Administering
B. C. Well.
Vancouver. Oct, 17—In the. course of
un eloquent address at a banquet giv-
i n by Ward Six Conservatives at the
Hotel Elysium last Friday night, tbe
Hon. W.J. Bow-er, attorney-general of
British Columbia, delcared that there
was no prospect of an elc-tion.
"If the Liberals,'' he -'aid "cau only
rally out of all the city a- many as
the Conservatives can brin_> together
from one ward, there is little hope oi
them getting  into office."
Mr, Bowser remarked that if he went
away for a holiday the Liberal press
ha. I iiei use lor him and if he stayed at,
home they ahu-ed  him.
In reviewing legislation effected by
the McBride government, the attorney
general referred to the Elections Act.
whi'h. be said, hal not been the curse
the Liberals said it would. The cleaning out of the voting list- had been
mo-i beneficial and the li-t- were now
representative. Opportunity had been
given every one to gel on the new li-t?
"The Lini-rals of late have been
starting rumors that there was -non
to be an election, lean say fnr the
government that so for as w.- know at
presenl there is nol the slightest internum to bring ,,n aii i le. tion here.
The country Is sick an 1 lirnl of elections. We ar.. in a position to handle
thi   i .s.i:..-- of the country and      the
people     have come to tl onefusion
that we are able to administer the affairs of this pro   n
TurninL- to eeih.i matters Mr. Bows-
ei -a that the country was now passing through the financial doldrums,
and that ihe government ha 1 to be
careful of expenditure. In reference to
railroad development in Uiiti--h Cohim
bia. he -.til that ovei 20,000 men were
i in radio i'. c, ttstruction in
this proi in' ■-.
Froze Dut
Would   presenl    such    a   measure  if    it
were at all contrary to the views   oi
President    Wilson.    In   ihis  connection
Dt re system of the Canadian
Pacific railway may be electrified. Thi;
was the- 1".duration >,f Sir Thom i-t
Lundell, Mr-. John Anderson, .<4rs. W. Shaughnessy, president of the road a-- ment lies in the fact thai Ohairman
H. Wallace, Mrs. W, Tomlin-ioa, Mrs. !.»■ bade In- family good-bye and star'- Adamson has talked with the presi •
.J.H. l.yon-. Mrs. Johi La'J/hi iu, ul for Winnipeg to inspect ihe sites of dent on several occasions on this sub-
Mis. Robert Laughton, Mrs. E. v K u (he new terminals. ject, and as chairman of thc house
ai.l, Mrs. Wulter Bews, Mrs. ".*:..!- The work now being started in eh.: committee has sucb legislation in
shaw, Mrs. .1 P. Fordo, Mrs. Ireech, Rocky mountains towatd the opera- charge, it seems doubtful that hu
Mrs. S. Needham, Mrs. Ma--.ui. Mrs. lion of electric instead of steam 'oi-o
r. h. Urquhart, Mr-. G. H. Knight, motives ovei several divisions is mere-
Mi Palmer, Mrs. k. McRae, Mrs. 0. ly an experiment," he declared, "pro.
Holten, Mrs. K.H. Hooley, Mi-. W. liminary to m-tnllation of electricity iii-- recalled 'that negotiations with
Boyd, Halcyon: Mrs. Strutt, J!->r."i». ihrougboul the system if the expen- Great Britain with regard to the Pan-
Mr-. Springer, \"l-on; Mri-.   I  \   >*•  od  ments  prove  successful.   The     Rocky !ama canal controversy have i q -u>-
land, Mrs. J..Uul". Mr-'. J. J.  Wood-   mountain division,  where  the experi - pendod for several months, and it has
riiein   work  i-  iN'inL- done, presents every problem   >f handling traffic known
to railroads,  md if electricity nueceods
universal adoption on  lhe oa-
tire system is certain.   Freight     and
pa #ngei   'runs alike are to be hand-
Bourne, Mis  :.....]   I'd   ">* ile.-tri'ity,  and  ihere are plen-
Mis. H. Manning, ty of water sites available for develop
of   congress he will introduce a   joint nated with a nitrate solution.     Wires
resolution suspending the operation of  and   tubes  will   -upply   radiated    elec
ihe provision in the Panama Canal act tricity affording heat and 1 ii_ht,     and
granting  free  tolls to American  ship.-,  it is expected i" harvest six crops    a
year, at a 'f1<1  "f a shilling a bushel.
ntin-j   ir.-i
until   siie-h  time as it is demonstrated
that   the waterway in on a  self-support
ine- basis. i
The significance of    this announce -.
laml.     Utt
Foote, Mi .
s. Mi I
H.  Brown,
E.  Corning,  Mi -.  D. W.
P..M.  Smythe,  Mrs.  I-. H.
Mi     \   Johnson, Mr . N.
Mr- >
M       'iil>-on,  Van'ouver; Mr-. V.'f M.
Lawrence,   Mi      E.A.   Mackenrot,  Mis'.
Th.. iii a . M      F.H.
Mrs. .1. Ann-i'e.i.
Mr-. F. McCarty, Mrs. H Goddard,
Mrs. Mott, Mrs. J.D. Sibbald, Mrs.
Liddy,    Mr-.  Keegan.      Mr.  Lawson,
Mrs.  Hie; ..iin. Mrs. Stevenson,   Miss
Creelman,   Miss   Williams,   Mrs.       Mc-
Cl n■_ hi in. Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. A.
McRae, Mrs, .) H Hamilton, Mrs.
Swanney, Mrs. Matheson, Mrs. Yule
Roa'. Mrs. Geo. W, Bell. Me-sr-. P.
Burns Hi Co., ReveUlnkf mun   Market.
Mrs. W.O Oalder, Mrs. J.W. Jenkins,
Mr-. J.C, BnglUh, Mrs. K. Tapping,
Mrs. vv   Morris, Mrs. Prot  n  i*, Y.M.
C.Af,    C,    B     H    il e    A;  Co.
int the power over tbe entire system
heavy grades  in  lhe mountai,-•
can Ik' conquered by ihe electric lo  ■•
motives.
A Gigantic Undertaking
I een reported oil anel on ihat representatives of (Ir.'ai Britain have received
informal assurance! thm President
Wilton in the coming session woul I
make'-ome recommendations to relieve
the present situation. The general
belief here i- lhal Great Britain has
refrained from pres Ing the i .mir.. -
vci-sy .,n accounl  of this Information.
The      impression      prevail-   that   the
presidenl has been advi»d of Mr. Ad-
umson'i intention and may urge support of ihe resolution in hi- forth-
■ ■•'inin.e me-saire to congress.
Demonstration Train
That the Irish chamber of commei e
lms completed arrangements with the
Canadian Pacifii railway for an sx-
hibition train to tour Canada, is tbe
information contained in a bulletin is
sued by the trad,   end commer le-
pari ment.
J.B. Kay. Canadian trade commissioner ai Birmingham, Km.*., -taie-
sueli arrangement- have- been made
and Lhat "the manufacture! a-vl products will be shipped io iJueU'c and
there     installed  on a  train ..f    p<
in whi di will travel across the nonunion a ,'ai ,s Calgary returning v.-,
Montreal and Sl    John, N.B.
I   Ottawa Session
Girl Queen of Pirate
Band is Dead
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pi and courteous nervire gives at —
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The Panama '-anal will !«■ aboul lifty mile- from  di-ep  water ou   ihe At
latiti.- to deep water on the Pacilic and
the  pa--age  will o cupy  twelve hours. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The lowest depth     will he   II      feci. The government wireless brought   a
anil   th''   minimum   bottom   depth      is message   lo  Honolulu   whieh   loid     the
;((hi feel.   There am three locks.      liu chapter headings amla few faint,  tan.
feel  wi,!,. with a usable   length    of lalislog hints of (l romance worthy of
1,000   feet,   divided   hy a   middle   gate, lhe pen of Robert   Louis Stevenson, or
; AM arc in duplicate and before   each any other of the romancers who   have
there i- a  waiting basin of  1,000   feel exploited  ihe   wild tragedies of     the
wide    Tie  locks  at   the Atlantic   ind, -wifl  and violent  life of the South Sea
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      (lutein.      will  raisi     a "hip eighty-five island-'.                                                          ,
remember   thai tbey must apply foi .i   feet, lhe highest  level of ibe canal. From  ibe revenuo     cutter Keokuk, i
During   il nStruclion the    work Captain Tapham -ends word thai    thfl
ia-' bsen    hampered considerably    by chase he has been making for months    The Moose Jaw grocers, will   grant
Ian Islip- and „n excavation ol eoorm- after the pirate hand of "blacktrtrders"   no more    credit to the    citizens after
ous  dimensions   had to  he   made     iit who  for yenrs hnve     hcen  terrorizing  Novembei    Ifith.   This   was   the    step
I Culebra, where lhe canal crosses   the ihe smaller Islands of the South Sea* decided upon    at    a meeting ol the*e
and mountains,     (iver     8«,ihmi,i*ho    cubic ha- been successful,   He has captured  men.   Protection    against tho money
M,Iyards of    eartA bad to     bo removed ihcmtoa man, after a hard struggle. • sirlngency this year is the reason glv-
lm.' le re,  „  work  thai  «n       accomplished I    Among them to his amazement   and  cn for (hc drastic action.
Renewal ot Hotel License
District Hotel keepers, tbat i-ihoF.-
i,in-ele any   u rporat"-!   town.  sb'uiM
renewal of their licenses before Ne.v.n,
lur  l-i  next.
NOTICE.
While no ollicial announcement han
been made hy iin- government, it Is
now practically oertain that Parliament will not meet until January.
It ic customary to give rhe m'*mt>er-
of ihe House at least  thirty day     DO
• ii'-e of Hie intention of the government
to 'all thfl     Heiti-e together.   Parlia •
, menl could not  he now convened    uu-
' til so Into in November tbat it would
nol   be Worth   while   taking   the  mem-
liers in Ottawa.
Practically nothiag could be accomplished before the ChriBtmn- adjournment. It in certain, however, that the
government will fix the date for the
opening a-' -'ion after the New Year
as possible, ihe expectations being
that the Parliamentary machinery wil!
bc
('.,'•■ Tellier, ihe inventor of the
cold s rag .,.--. which first .nabl-
ed American packers to export meat is
dying in . destituti ondition at the
age oi ~,;.
The International cold storagt association recently raised (20,000 for tbe
benefit <ef Mr. Tellier. One-hall ■>{ this
nas -ui.- ribed ;n Argentina, but tbe
moi y haf no: yet rea b d Pat ■■ Ml
Telliel   efu       * -ion from
the other half s >    _• fie was -till able
• -..in his living and     preferred    to
leave tii- moni y  to h     ■■ ■   Tl       in
pany where Mr. Telliel   worked r-
ly fai the col 1 -toragc a-socia-
tion wrote bim ,, letter containing an
."•tl. r , •' money. No an-w.-i wai re-
.■•iv. ■ a--o iation voted   -
this mon Ing I ctor wh<      at-
tending Mr. Tell
in.     ie other I      I,  the  Paris  Midi
,i> -  - be   e   etary ol     •    i        :- i age
iation  wrote to Mr. Tellier yesterday to ti,'- effect   that  itt  bookkeeper
l..i : ■ mbt ezIi .' thi   »ub« * Iption for his
benefit and fled.   Tie- secretary said he
om    ni.ie y before    the
end of tbe mon b   I Ide that
Mr. Tellier wi     II i   I. ingcr
1 i-i -evc-K.    only   'eei      hi   con i . ■-■
whos   husband i* a   postmai
.v ll  In ivinj     • tik to
help him.
I    Thirty year< ago Mi   Tellier discov-
Dg     lo d     by
in- ii,- of twi   nest    K- ini sis, methylio
an i irimethliamine.   H-   limit
.... ... I  i.e-rfe- t.-d  th"  pro ■ I
He constructed the ship La Oloraflque,
wl h took a cargo of froien meat from
Rouen to Ln Platta. The menu ofthe
dinnei -• ■ v, i on the ship wa- • om-
posed exclusively ,.- products from distant countries, the transport of whi'i»
wa made nositbk by tht me hod of
wh*,'-b Mr. Tellier was the ploneei
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unning by January 10.
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we have all  lini- and  makes, ig
both in bulk and   boi goods. KJ
Our "Mclba'1   cii'iiii-   ne m
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S|iee-ial  this
tosh1   Toffee.
display.
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So- 0ur window   Sl
Pat  Ibid
gent<     «hoe
Irst  street,
hn-   oi'en.d a ladio-
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old town.        Oct. 8
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THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913.
gews Drug Jlfore
flew Goods to hand thes week
Kevelstoke  Pennants        35c, 50c, 75c and $1.CO
Felt Cushion Covers $5.(10 Kach
^
Service Poems
Songs of a Sour Dough        "i    Bindings $1.00, $1.25
Ballads of a CheechaCO -   $L50, $2.50 and $3,0(
Rhymes of a Rolling Stone j ^q^
Miniatures—Leather  -35c each
Office Diaries ic>14—All si/es
Private Christmas Cards
(Leave your orders now to ensure early delivery)
£adies ffew fall Jfandbags
$2.00 to $<>.oo
Coughs Cured With 129 Cough Remedy
Hallow E'en Goods
Gum   Stickers,    Pumpkins,    Witches   Black
Cat and Crescent
Crepe Decorative Paper
Quality Conies First at
/Jews' £rug & Qook %Store
A Large Safe
Is tlle proof of
Correct Price
Last month there was more of
COURSIER'S
«<,»«» !
sold than all oilier
kinds put together
THAT PROVES DUALITY, TOO
W.  PARRY
AUCTIONEER   ANU  VALUER
HOUSEHOLD   SAXES
specially   conducted £0
I have a splendid assortment of
Ladies', Gent's and Misses' English Felt Slippers. -Also a fine assortment of Glassware and Crockery".
I can order anything vou need for
Xmas presents
W, PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP--
Connaueht  Avo.    -    Rowel<ttnU«-
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 7
STAND BACK!
IT'S TOO LATE!
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Legal Forms
,„,m,y peerpees. ,r< prime.! KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
mnl stocked by the Mail-Herald
Single Copies Sold.        Reasonable Price
1(eid Sr Youngs
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
J+'Retd CSL Voting A
\THE GERMAN COBBLER.
Tfca   Little trnXlmt: A«Ti«a ImiU  Mi
•■Ur.
One time dot little tailor tomes ty
ay shop to get a patch on his shoe,
ued ash he looks aroundt he saya:
"Let me glf rou somo little adrieea.
Peoples ln America fhas deeferent
from peoples ioi Shermany. Oaler here
nopody likes to sit up like a crowbar
rliile he waits to haf his shoes fixed.
You must hat some amusements ln
jour shop."
"Do you belief 1 can half some brass
bands aroundt vhen cement patches
Thas only leefteen ceat apiece?" 1
•ays.
"Maype not, but you can get a parot
und let him speak mit your customers.
A parrot vhas always a draw. He
vhill beat a free lunch or a ticker. If
you like to build oop your peesnesa
you must look a little oudt."
Vhell, dot tailor vhas In America
ten years und builds oop a big pees-
ness, und so I belief he vhas good advice. I goes hy a bird store und flnda
a parrot who vhas talking like four
old womans. Dor. price vhas fecfteen
dnllnr. hut I must but" bim to build oop
my shoe shop. I tako bim home nilt
a cage und bang him oop. und he says
••Hello!" und "roily" und "Cracker"
nnd vhas all right. Vhen I opens my
shop for persness next day a wom-'ns
comes In mit a pair of shoos (fnd says:
"Cobbler, you may fix up dues shoes.
1 vhas speaking to some folks about
you, und I belief you vhaa a gool man.
t see you have some parrot hero. Can
I talk mit him?"
"Oh, yes. I buy him dot he may
amuse my customers. Polly shpeak up
to der lady und say 'Good morning.'"
Dot bird hc shpeaks oop uud I almost drop dead. Mit his head on one
side und a sbmlle on his face, he calls
oudt dot he vhas some bully boys und
don't go home all night. I try to stop
bim, but he yells at me:
"Come off dot perch! Get n Jag on!
Dry oop!   Go soak your head!"
1 vhas going to hit him mit der
hammer, but dot woman:-, she picks
oop her shoes unrt koos by der door
Snd looks at. me uiul says:
"I beg your pardon. I half got In
jome saloons by mistake'"
Dot parrot be drlv's peesness nvhnv.
und I talk to him nnd call him names'
lor one hour. He don't sny noitings
back, und T belief he vhas sorry. I
had shust got through mit him vhen
a man comes in mil a heel to be fixed,
It vhas thirty cents to fix dot heel,
und he must wait. He takes ofl.' his
shoe und says:
Cobbler, maype you shall also make
me a pair of shoes tor four dollar. Yon
look lo me like some temperance
man's."
"Yes, I vhas temperance."
"l'ml you don't swear not talk politics?"
"Ko."
"I'nd maype you goes by der shurcb
on Soondays?"
"Always,'
"Vhell, I shall glf you all my custom und help you along. I vhas looking at dot parrot Can he speak some
Words?"
Und vhat yon belief dot pnrrot says
to him? Belore I ean look at bim be
stretches one log oul behind unJ cocks
oop his head und calls oudt:
"Oh, you he !"
"Vhat! vhat! vhas dot!" say? der
man ash he shumps oop und looks
around.
"Haf another mit me'" sny--- dot parrot. "Two beers! Go til! Shoot dot
bat!"
i like to stop dol bird, but it vhaa
no use. Der man Ip iks at me at little
vhile und den puts on his shoe und
says:
"Vhen you goes by state prison und
your family vims I i .1. r poor house,
maype you vhill renlize your wicked-
ness und cry oudt to be saved. I tell
nil my fricuds to keep avhay from
here!"
I vhas so mad I like to kill dot bird,
but my wife comes down und says he
vahs fifteen dollar und In a strange
place, und probably he vhill do better
next. time. I keep his cage covered up
mit a blanket for two hours und no-
body don't see him. hut by und by he
vhas forgiven. He don't ?ny no'tings
vhen der butcher une'. der grocer comes
In for repairs, und I belief he vhaa
uli i p when an alderman stops for a
pair of <-hoo Itrlnw Dot nld"rmnna
can brine me sot -role If ha villi,
und I like to use bim well.
"Hello!" he aavf "but dot vhas •
fipe liird.    How in, Polly?"
"loii lief!" icn     is dot pai rot.
"\ hut*     ion , ., tief?"
"Boodle! Boodl.' Boodle!"
It. vhaa   awful-  ■• fui    hut.   vhen   I
-  '        rd der alderman
uud spits on hia
:!.']   S I   ■•
"I II knoe-k do' ■   -rot hv d<r mbhlle
-'        ■   reek :i  me :i
nd get avhd        i ■ f nnd boodle,
i ;.
Cnd  hi r<*i ' ■ i    otO 'b'r 'a •»    nl
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r' i        I cun'' mi    i      >i Vh'-B
Ci
r    -;, -   you
hv dol   llt-
I   OUl   il.     I
I, -it. I   I  vl,      e i ek.
.   I   l«C   h'e*   It   vhi  ,"   !ie>   en.
i'l "It vbai nil owing to dor
-,  • ' ■  la pi-   ■mm.    A parrot  vhaa
e  or «aop uad all wneug
m i cobl ler*! place    I guess vhat vott
vant vbaa a band   'eg** uad gi
■ft-
Tlie Oold Dollar feiooo, or nuffiu»,
«ald  ta  be  or,>     of   iho    hfuidnomeat
drinking pl«< «i in the United State* [
ia to b* ronvier''-^   Into a l.empnnuic* '
•alonm.   The proprietor la tired of sell- ,
Ing liquor, and  will   !><v put In Charge
«f  the  nt".  m'eeiiirr"     The  Ioor  of
th* pla/-' Ifl lnid  With  120 gold plwes, |
th*  bar  Is    etudded   with    (60   gold i
plocea, tho wiiJIh nr«  hung  with  fin*
pleturea. and it It furnished with 1,200
Ineandeactint liglit*.—Naw York Trlb.
Smijlom
Tolcklv ntoim  CSUfhi,  cures colds, and  hrnln
lie throat and lum , ::        ::       gs centa.
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
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S. G. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
LETHBRIDGE   COAL
TOR SALE NONE BETTER.
PHONE 60
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that thev have opened np offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timher, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground lloor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
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□□□DuPOCiD □□ODODn
■inN«l»WISIi
P. RURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/lltvays the   'Best
"Shamrock" "Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING  DAILY
Huntley ,V Palmer's Nursery Hiscuits, per ll>  SOc
Molasses Snaps, _' His.  for  25c
fresh Crisp Si»las, per pail  3Sc
New  Summer Cheese, per 11)  25c
Orders Delivered to Anv Part of Citv.
John McIntyre is* son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
YES! WE SELL
,ti it.
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Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine assortment of
Presh Meats the best that
money can huy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
r -WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER  22, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head OfFloo—Toronto, Ontario.
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Capital Authorized - 10,000,000.00
0 Capital Paid Up 6,952,000.00
Reserve! and Undivided Profits      8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest  allowed   at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
►O0^0-CK><>-CK><H>0<H><>-6
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,        -    $8,700,000
S5    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A QENERAL   BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT....]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES       ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest ourrent rats.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Union   Hotel
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $600
Children's Fa!! 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
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No.  2-2x4   2x6    $13
No.    I   2x8     $19
No.    1-2x10   2x 12     $20
\ 1 No.     and No. I I
ffi
1 ial lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
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DOMINION
ROYAL MAIL
LARGEST 5TEAMER5 ^CANADA
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. Laurentic < 15.C0O Tons-     New S. S. Megantic
First Class   $92.50.        Second—$53.75 Thin!   32.50
S. S. Teutonic
582 feet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long
Only One Class Cabin (11) $50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
S. S. Laurentic Nov. 22.     S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     S.S. Megantic
Dec. 6.    S. S. Teutonic, Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets. Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. 619Second Ave.. Seattle
RaVELSTOKE   GKNKRAl   Ar.! Mil-    C. P. K. TICKET  Ac.BXT,  RSVKI.STOKE
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Uni there arc Mill a (<•« people who don't
know what a title combination Bell'i Bread
nml  New Zealand Hiitu-r make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
FOLEY'S
PREMIE
SODAS
CODAS  are made almost entirely of flour and lard.    Theus   are
*^    two of the principal and most valuable food-elements.
Now a perfect flour and a pure lard combined cannot be surpassed
ln nourishing value and you get this combination in its most satis-
tying and most delightful form in Foley's SODAS.
The flour used in them is
specially ground and prepared
for the one purpose—that of producing thc lightest, creamiest,
most delicious Bodas that are
sold in Canada. Every particle
of lard that goes into Foley's
Sodas is proved "choice" after
rigid   examination.
No material can ever be used
in Foley's Sodas unless it has
lieen proved perfect and pure,
livery housewife will know what
thia care means. She will know
that Foley's Sodas havo the
very highest food value and that
every Foley Soda is all good.
Thousands of homes already
know   this   fact.    Does   yours?
Foley Bros. Larson & Co.
We want you to jurJfio
Foley •« Sodan by tho
•ovoroit tonta and dockfo
for yourself whothttrtttoy
ore DEST.
Teot them for 1t%*
quality of tho material*
used. Toax them for ago
_a.ro thoy alwaya frteh,
• o crisp that you know
th'-y are not long from
tho ovenf
Teet thom for flavor-,
was tho yeast allowed to
"work" property, bo thnt
tho biscuits aro uniformly pleasing and satisfying
to tho taste?
After theso tests wo
know you -will always buy
thoso perfect-made,
wastcrn-mado   biscuits.
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
EDMONTON
WINNIPEG
VANCOUVER
Revelst* ke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
SEE! !
OUR
HEATING STOVES
Best and Cheapest In Town
PRICES FROM
$2.00 to $22.00
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up
Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON HOTEL
Mrs. H. J. HANBURY,    -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
ami Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
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Look Into Our Windows
and you'll see some PRETTY CLASSY
SUITS. Just the kind to cause your
friends to say, ''Where Did You
Get That Suit." They're "C.N.R."
"Hobberlin" and Society Brands of
course, and this season our stock is
larger and handsomer than ever.
See Our Specials (or Thanksgiving.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   ^LIBERT     ST02STE3 J?:R.O:
McRae Mercantile Co.   £
X HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND X
Y THE   HOME   OF   GOOD    CLOTHES I
TO THE PUBLIC
: woul 1 respectfully call your attention to my (nil lim-of Woollens just
received (or Fall and Winter wear, comprising the latest styles, fabrics and
colorings in new anel desirable effects,
I would also call your attention to tlle fact Hint I bave taken a fn'!
course of instruction in cutting men and women's garments at "the John J.
Mitchell Co." cutting academy, N'ew York City.
Have worked uuel gained practical experience with leading tailoring
establishments in the lurge cities, and can safely recommend myself a> one
who thoroughly understand cutting, designing and making ofmen'sand
women's garments. Therefore, vou could not do any better than leave your
order here for your Fall and Winter garments.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
i  Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
ACROSS FROM THE
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
"CLUB."
WATCH THE MAILHERALD ADS
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LET   US   DESIGN   YOUR
%i
Tin. ital di e,f I, bualMsahoua.il „„
reflet ir.il In lu atationery, It Pay* Mall-Herald
to bat* tba but that's going, Wa ■"'TfV'*"
cive i  n ll • blgheat quality sl il* Elootrio Preae
Wi«ie!.t price.   Freteatlmatea,
STATIONERY
We offer you expert lervlce. Print
in uur bUlinMI and mir hobby too.
To tin* lirst selection Of paper and
typfl we add originality anairnart*
neel of design and rapid dtdirery.
. . . It Miqht Be Hot. . .
BTJT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our.record of curei
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the -Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Howson CEZ, Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/4dded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. PAGE FOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  OOTOBER 22, 1913.
It vvill probably surprise you to know the cost of a bad stove
in excessive coal bills duriii£ the winter. There are plenty of
reasons why our >t<eve vvill burn more coal than another.
Come in and let us explain way our stoves are more economical than any oilier.
A ifood selection of good stoves and that will cost you no
more than the coal-devouring kind.
StoxJes for Hard or ~/'ofl Coal
or tOood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
I'l'Ht.ISlIKIl    WKOVKSIIAY    ANII
SATl'KDAY   AT
RHVEL8TOKK.   11. C.
ADVERTISING RATES.
l.ocul Reading Notices and Business
locals 10 cents per line each insertion.
Minimum local ad charge 25 cents.
Display advertisements 25 cents per
Inch each insertion, single column.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
ADVERTISING.
Legal advertising of any form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 12
cents per linn first insertion and 8
cents per line subsequent insertions,
allowing 10 linos to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses $5.
Applications for Transfer of liquor
Licenses $7.50.
Land purchase notices, $7.00
Water Application Notices, up to
100 words. $7.50, over 100 words in
proportion.
All other classes of advertising not
ineluded in above to be charged a.t
rate to be arranged with manager on
application.
•TUNIONlW i ■. ■ ■
5ntertoc Jiublisbtno Gompanv?
LIMITED
J. K.  JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH  G.   SCRUTON,  Editor.
WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER  22.   1913.
THE   LEADING   LADIKS
WENS CLOTHING
Distinctive in Quality nnd Correct In Style
Tbe man who is particular as to the clothes be wears will take uiiicu pleasure in
ins] ectin.e the exclusive display of finely
- tilorec suit- and overcoats feathered bere
for Fall and a inter. It is no exaggeration to sav that at the respective prices
these clothes have established an exceptional!) high standard in line tailoring-.
The value- are unequalled, .Make your
selections in suit or overcoat now when
i bei. i-1- it its hest. We carry the largest .iivl most up-to-date stock in the city.
Men's Suits $20.00 to $45.00
Men 8 Overcoats $20 to $45
Ladles' -nit-and long coats maele to or-
der.   Tbe most up-to-date -te»k in R. C
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
AND   MENS   TAILORS
The- observance of Thanksgiving Day
locally was pleasantly enhanced by
the redition of a carefully selected program by the G Verdi band. The presence of the musicians in the band-
stan I near the King Edwnrd hotel proved a welcome attraction to a large
section of those who spent the day
in lown, and evidenced a commendable
public spirit on the part of the conductor and members of the baud. The
selections were praiseworthdly rendered, and greatly enjoyed.
Subsequently the bund gave a -performance from ihe stand in the old
town to an appreciative audience, and
wound up the afternoon by enlivening
selections in thc principal thoroughfares.
MISS VKRNA FELTON
Witli the Allen Players, Empress Theatre
week of October Jt til
lho proper .iiid nio-ii opportune time
lo attend to those mutters, and ii is
i.e be hoped that ii vvill be taken advantage of generally by tho members
of the community. The bylaw reterrod
to provides ajainst daiircr from Ibv
as effectively as any local authority
enn possibly do t-o, lull to givo full
eflect toil lhe ready co-operation of
ihe citi/.rns i- essential, It is the duly of every resident lo render that necessary in operation loyally and ellh-i-
ently. 	
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IM ML KS S
BRIQUETTES
We have over 600 tons of the above coal ou hand and can guarantee
prompt delivery. Now is the time to lay in your winter's fuel. Don't
delay.    See us for terms and prices.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBAM), Trus.
J. D. SIBBAM), JR., Skc.
V
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Sealed  tenders addressed to  the
dersiuued, antl endorsed      "Tender
Whnrf at   Aim-worth,   B.C.,"   vvill
received at  thi- office until 4.00 p
■ in  Moiulav.   November   17,   1913,
iin-
for
be
m.,
for
'   *^%^%^^%^*%^^%^^^*^%e^-*».-%^.%^^«*^^%e'%^V%^%^.%^»
..Diamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
■At J.
i
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
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A return published in the Economist
furnishes interesting statistics regarding money raised in the British markets .Iui int; the lirst nine months of
the presenl year. The destinations of
British capital during that |>eriod are
presented  as  follows
Vr.   1912 Yr. 1913
e £
I   Km." i  total    3<*>,53&,4O0 26,695,200
British  Possesions—
  6,442,200 17,558,900
.. 17,-■!:..:io" 27,893,200
.. 3,275,HM   8,651,000
.... 3,S12,600   6,110,300
post
... 4,12 ,900 62,329,60
Indiu & i
i ■.
Guy Barber's
Expert Watch Repairing
 .:".:,-i.-rn. ".', •)-   i
iwing-     from    alf foi
■■   -.   l_7-
*    El - "8.200     but    I
. ..
ti
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a
■
-
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
■
the construct icn ofa wharf at Ainsworth, Kooteuay District,  B.C
Plans, specifications nml form of'-on
tract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at   this  Depart menl   and     at
i ffloes  of  J.P,  Porde,  Esq.,    Dis-
trici Engineer, nt Revelstoke, B. O.j
C.C. Worsfohl, K'.;.. District Engineer at New Westminster, Hi'., and on
application to the Postmaster ai Ains
worth, B.C.
Persons    tendering]   arc  notified  that
tenders will not be considered     unless
made on the printed     form- supplied,
..nl signed with their actual signatures, ttating their occupations and places e.i residence.   In the ense of firms ,
: the actual signature, lhe nature of the
| occupation,   uiil  place of   residence    oi
rai h member of the lirm must lie given
Em h  ii n ler  musl    l>   ac ompanied
ley an  accepted cheque ona chartered
pal ihle i ■ the or ler of the Hon
'.urable the  Minister of Public Works,
lo ten   ,   i     enl   I l'i p.C. i  of   tb''
amount    if   the   tender,   which  will   be
Bd  if iln-  i" r-iin  tendering     de •
tie to   ■ iiu'i  into    a i e'Ni r.-i't    when
ipon *"   1   oi   fail to com-
•• the work ■ ontra ted for.   If   the
ii • not .ic epti i thc cheque will
i.t e.i ned
Th ■ .1 i' ii tmenl     I   bind iiself
IC ept   th '   ■'."  any   U Ill< i.
By  order,
R, i*   DE mOCHERS,
Secretary,
men)   nl  I    b  i   Wot
| >'t.i      .  "         I.'i,   1913.
'  ie.i he paid for this
•in in   if ihev    ins. rl  without
ity from the li partment,
,. •
But
'Canada's
Best"
In Use 40 Years-Good Then-Better Now
We Invite Comparison
Known* fjr —
Perfect Sjile
I'arit/ of Tone
Susceptibility
of Touch
Beauty of
Finish
Wo r k;n in ship
hhJ
D inVlitv
PIANOS
-We   Have
More  Medals
and   Awards
riian anv other
Canadian
Piano
New Oilcans,   I SSI
London, Bng-, isso
Chicago    IS'U
iim-slovvn.V. 1"07
PLAYERS
Tho 'tlus-c Store, McKonztc Avanuc, Phone 2G2
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Hand'ing Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42   -    Nijjht Phone 85
FREE
SO Pairs of
Kngiish   Kid
l '.loves
FREE
We solicit a share of your patronage
Special attention given to children
UNION BARBER SHOP
We luce itist opened
a nhop iu the   .
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
SAIL
IN
HERE
BUY
NOW
SAVE MONEY
»h
•nti
Strings
hier
Ufa Time feir Vou
i
ALL KINDS
OF
We'll Sacrifice GOODS ' ',r    '"' ' ' h
Provide Supplies FOR Requlrwnenta
Sheet Mus;   ol     ^L|_    CLASSES     To Wck trom
Big Stock OF Harmonicas
MUSICIANS
1-.
DAYS   SALE
15
THE BINGHAM MUSIC STORE,  MacKenzie Ave.
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• •  •
lifted  by n  I.r It                  ,,1 the
if a     little fori thought  on the
t i'I'-h' .    wlic li i-
out   i  i on f"i  drawing* al len Hon i.,
,   ,|.      I f|„,e    |||.
ular ni !• f.,1  ihe win tei a di ■
be il owe i '" remain traami ntM, nnd
I     -"   'lie       0| ,      ||    |,t,,    (-,, I      „n,|
become permanent,    Thia    is
Lum!)
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town, ' -   Rovelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Ivovjijinn
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets ami everything
re<juir«l in \ .em Inisim-a e
GILLETT'S LYE
EATS DIRT
i
Week  nl* Ocl       lib,   I H.i
Ayer's
Hair
Vigor
Then you will have a clean ami healthy
*e alp, No more h.iir Ions. Nu more
roiitfh, scrafttjly hair.    Doca not color.
Ask Your Dorlor.      'W:;,';;,*',,'',*.,*„'Ti*,'* ■
'"**" MM O.l.e.0 -e-e, »,.IL>.M «•*•'*
fetttTTCOMPANYUWl?
^
2*     -TORONTO ONT.    "°^
III onler to popularize our
Real Ostrich heathers. We
vvill sciul absolutely 1'REK
tl pair of well known Bng-
11?-li Kid I '.loves lo the first
50 pur. Insets of mir beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
$1 75 or $6.75 each.
Post Free—Worth D. uble    Post Free
These dai lit) Ostrich Plumes
are i i extra line fibres ami
come in black and white ill
iwo si/.es.
14 inch Plume $4.75 or 2 for $8.50
-'ii inch Plume $6.75 <>r 2 for $12.75
This offer is only jjood fnr a
few days.
Mention co! n  of   plume  rc-
quired and Bi'ze of cloves.
Wc   have a  few   Ospreys   Samples al
$5.50, Si*. 50 and $8.50.
Send us your old feathers to
be curled, cleaned "i dyed
Charges moderate
The  Davison-Grant Millinery
Sid Robson Street
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE   6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A.G.    DUCK
Kstimates given free.
Smziloh
tulckly stops  cnunha,  cures cold*, and  heala
the throat and lunsi. ;.        as cent..
TRY  A  TON
of our coal and we are
sure that you will follow
up with another for a
winter's supply.
H. N. COURSIER WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER 22, 1013.
f ■ ■ —
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
pAds rin
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Goal mining rlghta ol the Dominion
ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion ol the Province of British Columbia, may be leased tor a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not moro than
J,600 acree will be leased to one applicant.
Application for leaie must be made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent of the die trict
in which the righti applied for are
situated.
Tbo leaso will include the conl mining right* only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchaae whatever
available surface righti may be con-
■idered necessary lor the working of
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory tbe land must
bt described by lections, or legal
tub-divisions of sections, and in un-
•urveyed territory the tract applied
for thall be itaked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicant mutt be accompanied by a fee of $& wbich will bt refunded If the righti applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty Bhall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at thi
rate of five cent! per ton.
Tbe perton operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent witb sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
righti are not being operated, suob
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should tie made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agtnt
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORY.
Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims for Unpaid Delinqoent
Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday the 3rd Day of November, A.D. 1913, at the hour
of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B.C., I shall sell at public
auction the Crown-granted mineral claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th Day of June, 1913, and
for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising the said list, if the total amount
due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
OWNER
NAME OF  CLAIM
LOT No.
TAXES aud
INTEREST
COSTS
TOTAL
UJJO-fa
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Separate sealed tenders, superecribed
"Tender for Manufacture and Delivery
of Superstructure Metal, Bridge at
Taghum, B.C.," and "Tender for Substructure and Erection of Superstructure Bridge at Taghum, B.C.," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon ol
Tuesday, the Hth October, for the
manufacture and delivering f.o.l.. corn
at Taghum, B.C., and for the complete
substructure and erection of super-
•tructure, respectively, of the bridge
over the Kootenay River at Taghum,
B. O.
Drawing!., specifications, contract,
end forms of tender can be seen at the
offices of the Government Agents at
Nelson, New Westminster, Vancouver,
and Revelstoke, and also at the office
of the Public Works Engineer, Parlia •
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one i opy of!
thc drawings and one copy of the specification for tho sum of twenty-five dollars (935).
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque or oertifloatt
of deposit on a chartered bank of Can-
adg, made payable to the Honourable
the Minister of Public Works, for tht
Aim of $1,000, which shall be forfeited
If the party tendering dtclise to enter
into contract when called upon to do
to. The cheques or certificates of dt -
posit of unseccessful tenderers will bt
returned to them upon the execution of
the contract.
Tho successful tenderer shall 'urnUn
a bond of a gunrantoo company satisfactory to the Minister of Public '.Vorki
In the sum of five thousabd dollars
(15,000) for the due fulfilment of ttt
contract.
Tenders will not bc considered unless
Uadt out on the forms supplied, *•,(&■
ed with thc nctual tlgfUltun of the ten
dercr, nnd enclosed in thc envclnpss
urnished.
The lowest or nhy tender not ,10 -es
sarily accepted.
J. H. GRIFFITH,
Public Works En:;imer.
llepnrtment of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., September Hid, 1913.
Inrfort to   Hth Oct.
NOTIOB it hereby given that .lohn
Clayton Tapping, the bo'derof all
mum to tell liquor by retuil at the
premises  knAwii   nn  (lie City   Hotel,
Pint Stroet, KcvelHloke, namely \aiIh
1 to 7 Inclusive, in Hlock r>, Plan
080 Revelstoke, B. 0., intends to
apply to the Board »f Lloenee Com
mlaslonero for the Oity of Revelatoke
al, a meeting nf the said board to be
held next after the expiration of thirty
d.'i\   from the first publication of this
nut ire   (of   llle transfer of laid license
to the premises situate on  Hie   cornet
nf Kirst Btreet and Orton avenue, bt>
hm Iota 17, 18 and if) In blook 17. Plan
(VMIA, Kcwlsloka.
Dated this Stli dfcy of September, 1018,
J, C. Taitin*;,
John  Ross   Corbin and Kennedy No. 2     -U0  $ 10.So.
John Ross   Happy  Find      202 	
Johu Ross  Crystal     203 	
F. O. Elliot et al  Annie   1590 	
F. C. Elliot et al  Isabella     l&5< 	
F. C. Elliot et al  Hoper   1558	
F. C. Elliot et al  Dorothy   155U 	
F. C. Elliot et al  Red Foi  1560 	
F. C, Elliot et al  Home Fraction    1561 	
F. C. Elliot et al  Maple Leaf    Moil 	
F. C. Elliot et al  Oak Loaf  1503	
F. C. Elliot et al  Florean Fraction    1591 	
 ¥2.00 $ 18.85
10.S5 ¥2.00 ,   18.85
10.85  ...¥2.00  is.SJ
27.5U s ...¥2.0ll  29.50
52.80 , ...*2.U0  51.80
57.20 , ...82.00  69.20
57.20 , ...$2.00  59.20
F. C. Billot et al  Lunar*     1592
F. C. Elliot et al  Lanark  (a)   1592
F. C. Elliot et al  Sutton  2001
F. C. Elliot et al  East Lanark Fraction  "-'777
F. C. Elliot et al  Blue  Jay   2779
F. C. Elliot et al  Warwick Fraction   2776
F. C. Elliot et al  I '*•' le Fraction   277s
Ferguson Mines Limited  Black  Diamond  „.»» 5680
Ferguson Mines Limited  Silver Bow    6078
R\ A. Hillman  -Horseshoe	
Ceo.  D.   Scott   Sunset   197U
H.  Floyd   1'oWM.r    1505
Fraser  und  bourn.-    Pioinestora    '1788
Mt. Sicker & B.C. Mining Co Algonm    559S
Ferguson  Mines  Limited   Little  Phil     1733
J. Abrahamson      Morning Star 	
A. and F. H. Bourno  White guail   1577 ..
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Spokuue   1*300  ..
Lardeau Valley Miues Limited  Maggie May   2437  ..
Lardeau Valley Miues Limited  Maggie  May  No.  2    2112  ..
Lardeau Valley Miues Limited  Interloper  Fraction   -113  ..
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Ruby  Fraction    2114  ..
Laideau Valley Mines Limited  Glengannock    js7U .,
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  John L  5898  ...
Lardeau Valley  Mines Limited  Mareycn  Fraction    5S99  ..
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Liza Fraction   5900  .,,
K.  M.-Carty  Arabian  ,  2733  .,
.<'. M-Carty  Victoria  IV  2,31  ...
F. McCarty  Belcher    .',:...  ..
F. McCarty  Maple Leaf   2760  ..,
F.  McCarty  ' Fuirview   ,   ,  2707 ...
F. McCarty  Mammoth   276S ,.,
F.  McCarty  Shamrock   ,,,  ,  2709  ...
A. K. Rand  Robson   510S  ...
A.  E.  Ruud  Emma  5107  ,,,
Beatrice Mines Limited  Edmond  ,  ,  2031 ...
Beatrice Minos Limited  Beatrice   ,... 1586  ...
Beutrico Mines Limited  Folson ,. ,	
57.20	
22.00	
24.20	
39.60	
39.60	
S.S0	
41.SU	
23.10 , $2,00
2,20 1.1  , ...82.00,
31,90 , ¥2.00
•J,20 r   ...¥2.00,
1.10 ¥2.00.
¥2.00    59.20
27.05.,
2-7.03..
5:!42    40.90	
  41.75	
  41.7o	
...  .*  27.05	
  41.75	
..$2.00    24.00
..$2.00    26.20
..$2.00    41.60
..¥2.00     41.60
..$2.00    10.80
..¥2.00     43.80
25.10
4.20
38.90
4.20
6.40
29.05
2W.05
42.90
...82.00  ,	
...$2.00 , 	
...¥2.00 ,  J
...¥2.00  ,     43.75
...82.00     43.75
...¥2.00     20.05
 ¥2.00     43.75
.'1.85 ¥2.00     23.80
4..T4       27.05 ¥2.00     29.05
57.20 ¥2.00     59.20
81.80 ¥2.00     33.30
3S.5U ¥2.00     10.0O
20.70 ¥2.00     31.70
5.60 „ ¥2.00      7.6O
.80...... $2.00 „„„..„. ..........     2.80
41.75 , ...¥2.00    43,76
2.40 $2.00 „       4.40
*•«» $2.00      6.Q0
"•» - W'W ro    16.85
126.73 ¥2.00  128.75
™'~* *2*W „ ,  „a.  128.75
>•■"•«« $2.00  123.90
87.75 ¥2.00     g9.75
120.75 $2.00 ,    128,75
89--00 ?2.00    41.00
121.00 , ..,¥2.00  ,  123,00
88'W $2.00 ,    34,10
85.30 .<2.oo  ,     37.30
41.75 ¥2.00 t    43.75
11-75 ¥2.00     43.75
4587     41.75	
J.  A.  Cottam   Trapper   ,   U01
J.  A. Cottam  Hunter   1495
S.  C. Chi-tum  Kitsap    3500
H.  Roach  Agnes    5096
H. Rouch  Whistler  7433
Metropolitan Bold ft Silver Mining  CoNow York  ,  5325
Metropolitan Cold & Silver Mining  CoBoston   5326
Metropolitan Gold & Sib er Miuiug CoChicago  .5327
Metropolitan Gold & Sil.er Mining CoMoutreal  '• 5328
Metropolitan Gold & Silu-r  Miuiug  CoSan Francisco  ,  5320
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining  CoFuirview  «  5330
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Miuiug CoMetropolitan Fraction   5331
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining <   Chicago Fruction   .5332
Metropolitan Gold&Siher Mining  CoKumloop*    4952
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining  CoTriune  5681
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining  CoEnterprise  56S2
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining OoSilver Chief  5683
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining  CoKumloops Fraction   5684
Metropolitan GoM & Silvei   Mining CoReVenge ,.5685
B. J. tjuinn  L.   B.
B. J. Quinn  Doubtful 	
B. J. Quinn  Blue Jay 	
B. J. Quinn  C.   D „	
B. J. quinn  X. Y. Z	
B. J. Quinn c  H	
Edw  Baillic Syd. Ltd Sirdar 	
Edw. Baillio Syd.  Ltd Crescent  , ,.„
Edw. BllUit Syd. Ltd Mammoth  	
Edw. Baillio Syd. Ltd ,Bmpirt Fraction 	
H- Roach  ....Silver Belt  n...
 5123
 .1745
 1711
  1713
  47-42
  I""
  6171
 6472
 6173
  0174
oun .»>"•. v6Uo
 ¥2.00..
27.05 ¥2.00.,
19.20 82.00,,
26.13  82.00,,
41.75 82.00,,
11.75 S2,(J0„
10.65  82,00,,
49,15 82.00,,
ii mi 82.00,,
33 05 82.00,,
57.20 s-j.m n
57.20	
6.60	
7.65	
38.45	
56.06	
55.00	
40.65 »	
6.60	
23.15 82.01)..
22.60 ?2.00..
20.75 82.00.,
17.70 , ...82.00..
29.75 82.00..
43.75
20.05
21.20
2^.15
43.75
43.75
42.69
51.45
43.S0
35.05
50,20
,,¥2.00     59.2
,,,82.00 „,,
,,,$2,00	
,,,82.00	
....■*■_>. IK)	
,.,82,00	
...82.00	
12.05 , ...82.00,,
33.80 82.00..
73.45	
73.45	
7-3.45	
25.80	
*l'IO       Ml IMIIIMt
8.60
9.65
40.45
58.05
57.00
42.65
...*2,00r.          8.60
25.15
24.60
31.75
19.70
31.75
14.05
35.80
75.45
75.45
75.45
27.80
43.75
 82.00,,.     ,	
 82.00 „    	
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.... ,,.82.00
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THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ii,  L913.
Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims
OWNER
NAME UF  CLAIM
LOT No.
TAXES ami
INTEREST
COSTS
TOTAL
Ml   .   t .   .,.   We. ttull    Tom  Edward  ....
.Uio.   I       U,    He    tfull    , Uoppul    QUCCU   ...
Wi  .  C,  U.   Wi   u.i,I  , Minnie Fraction
Mining  Company  Standard 	
Mining  Company  Monitot'   	
ii.ii      fining  Compauj  Uomniuudei 	
Mining  Company  Winueubugo 	
.milium   i onij any  I. oUHaetoi*  	
Mining Company  li'on lull 	
Mining Company  Uuuvui* KiacUou
i ompan)  iiniiu Election .
.Mining  Compau)  I'"11 cIjimi 	
.Mining   Cuini'iuiy  LJlucIl   liiar   	
Mining  i .eiii|ean>  Uliteiiou  	
i i ni
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30.30.,.,
ilo.In....
2-1.05...,
41.75...,
•11.7:....
41.76...,
.$2.00      41.30
.S2.00,,
.$2.00 ,
.$2.00,,
,§2.00.,
.$2.00 ,
o upany
Mining Company
fining   i ompany
 lion lull Fraction   71j3
 U.   X.  1 IM
 Dowuie Fraction   718")
j i.a.    Mining Company    I.  .V.  I.,  fraction  71S8
.    d     .Mining Company    11.  X.  L. Fraction  TUU
i't.ii'     Mini :•  Company    Martha Jane fraction 	
III! Milling    I   eellii any      .MlUlu    VJSIj
l-i. ... ,s.  Louis   ,Jol
71S7     21.10
     11.75
HM!) , $2,00	
21.1k $2.00	
•11,75 , ...$2.00	
•l.uu - $2.00	
LS.15 $2.00	
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Dated at Revelstoke. B. C, October 3rd. 1913.
N. Rj>. BROWN,
Collector.
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A. G. TiiJAKibO.N Manager.
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TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Battenburg bed spreads and
shams, scarfs for drosses.
Just arrived, a new line of
fur stole mull's for ladies'
wear—the price reasonable.
Manufacturers of ladies'
dresses; gent's shirts and
boys' suits made to order.
JOHN LEE
KKONT STREET.     LOWER  TOWN.
Sibi/ohm
The   family   remedy    for   CourIis   nnd  Colds
'l-'ihiliili costs  to   little   nnd docs   so much I'
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O.  U.   N.   WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  SURVEYOR
Office: Lawrence llurdware Ulock
KEVELSTOKE,  B.  O.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.O.S.A.
4 1IG111 T H U T
Cox 20,r., Telephone 311. HeveUtoke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGAUT.
rivil  Eu>;lneer8
Dominion and D. C. Laud
. e i'j ui s  und   ConlraulOTa.
1'. O.  Hi.x 3-17       Kamloopit U.C.
Branch  Office—Wawon   lu-aiiy   Co.
RBVELSTOKK L.UVAL UKUh.lt
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Mon     ever;  nm uti.i  Lb.ia   uir
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eiritirin cordially  inwteii  i..  ,iur„„
A. Granl, liictaor.
H. L. HauK, Secretary-
.S.hool ol   Mu-io anel   Oratory, under
Di.ctlion ot
PROF. O. O. BROWNELL.
Teaching Piano, (ir,^an, Violin, Volco
Culture lor Sinking and Speaking,
Coaching I'laya and Acting. St.
Eran.is   Hall.  011    MuKen/.ie    Avenue.
KOOTENAI      LODGE. No. lt A. F.
and A. U.
Regular meeting! aro held in MAS-
ONIC TEMPLE,    OddfeUowi'     Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting hrethren are
cordially  welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON, W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View (lamp, No. tit.
Meete Becond    and     Fourth  Wednee.
daya    io each  month  in    Selkirk
Hall.     Vieiting Woodmen  are
cordially invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRE.  C.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
SELKIRK     LODGE 11, 1.  O. O. F.
Meete evrry Thiireday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Vieitleg
brethren cordially  invited.
CHAS.  NEWSOME. N.G.
JA8   MATHIE, Sec.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 14(1.
OF C. O. F.
Meete in 1. O. O. K. Hall next to
Tapplng'e Opera Houeo every aecond
and fourth Monday In montk. Vieiting hrethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON.   Ree.-See.
HARVEY, McCARTER ft. ('i)MPANY
Ban-intern,  Solicitor^ Etc.
—Offioea—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelatoke, B.C.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT.
Notice is hereby givun that on the
Until ilay of October next, application
wlll bo made to the Superintendent ol
Provincial Poliotfot the transfer of tho
for tho sale of liquor hy retail
in and upon the premises known as the
1,111'lenu Hotel, situate at Comaplix,
British Oolumbia, Irom Adolphe Boil-
r 'ii to Albert Edwin Jcwitt of Comaplix, British Columbia.
Dntod this lith day of Septemlwr,
1913.
Adolphe Boileau,
Holder of License.
AlU'it Edwin Jewitt,
Applicant for Tranter,
let itiue Sept. 17, B0 daya
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor.
New House Furnishing 'and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. /fume & Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
Plush-Lined Sleepers for Children
These arc fine stockinette weave with heavy plush
lining, fine and warm for thc children. They all
have feet in them.    At       -       -      75c TO $1.00
Standard  English Spool   Cotton
We   always   sell   Standard   Knglish   Spool   Cotton
Coate's, Clark's, or Kerr's, at 6 spools,  "200 yards''
,   at - - - 25c
Wool Blanket Cloth
Almost any desired color, 52 inches wide, all wool,
for Dressing Gowns, House Jackets, Children's
Coats, etc.    At per yard - -       $1.50
All Wool Eiderdown
With Heavy Ripple Wool Knap, fine for Dressing
Gowns, etc., at per yard - - $1.25
New "Old Country" Flannelette
In new colorings and also plain and stripes; all
widths and weights.   Prom - 10c to 25c
3
£
£
£
£
£
£
NEW ARRIVALS
New Ribbons
New Veilings
New Gloves
| New Hosiery
E
^        New Shawls
|E        New Coats
New Suits
Women's Warm Winter Underwear
Special I,ine of Vests and Drawers. This is a mixed
lot.    Lots of different kinds at 3 for $1 or      -      35c
Ladies' Novelty Coats Just to Hand
25 Ladies' Novelty Coats, Culture Garments. The
highest grade of Coat made. All the new ideas of
coats are represented in this lot. Come in and look
them over $15 to $35
Our Famous Waist Bargains
Are nn sale now -Ladies' white and fancy lace ami
Silk Waists.    Three lots at     -      3.90. 2.90. 1.90
t
Beautiful New Woollen Fixings
For the kiddies, in Shawls, Wraps, Hand Knit
Jackets, Mitts, Scarfs, Bootees, etc.. real novelty
stuff.    We will  be pleased   to  show  them   to  you.
CLOTHING AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
Tm 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 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
OVERCOATS!
OVERCOATS! !
We have no hesitation in claiming
that our ebowing "f Fall and Winter
overcoats is far in advance of anything
ever shown in the city. We have a coat
for every purpose—from the lit;ht dress
topper with silk linings or facings to
the high-cl iss belted ulster for stormy
weather. Right now, when our stock is
complete in si/es we would enjoy demonstrating ti you the fact that a finer range
nf coats would be very hard to assemble.
All the new clothes of moss or ulster
fabric as well as neat black or grey Knglish vicunas. Bvery overcoat we show
we are prepared to guarantee from the
view point of >tyle, workmanship and
wearing qualities. The inside work is
all HANI) TAILORED and ..ur customers run no risk of broken-down lapels or
shoulders. Among the more up-to-the
minute styles we are featuring the belted
back and shawl collar ulsters.
All our coats are- the famous JIHh
Century Brand. Let us convince you
that the best c.it is the cheapest.
Prices $18 to $35
WOMEN'S SHOES
Our new stock of Fall boots and evening slippers have just come to hand.
They are the product of the J. C& 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
SUPPERS
FROM $4.50 TO $6.00
FROM $3.00 TO $5.00
Oun Grocery and Crockery" Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
Corn Starch, 3 packages     25c
Schilling's Best Baking Powder, 12 oz. tin  30c
Nabob Baking Powder, 12oz. tin  15c
Nixey's Stove Paste     5c
Flower Pots and Butter Crocks
Just arrived—a shipment of Flower Pots, all sizes.      Get the ones you want before it
is too late.
GOOD SUPPLY OF BUTTER CROCKS JUST IN.
New Stock of Fruits and Marmalades
Crosse C& Blackwell's Orange in 7 lb. and 4 lb. tins, 1 and 2 lb. Jars.
Kellern's Orange, in 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 lb. Jars.
Noel's Fig and Lemon in Jars.
Robertson's, 4 and 2 Pound Tins.
Ginger, Lemon, Green   Figs,   Tangerine,   and    Orange   Shred   in  Jars.
$.•¥. .**. A .+. tYi if I it1! ii'i iTi ifi il i t'tt iti m iTi ifrt 1*1*1 ii'i ii'i iTi ifri ii'i tTi itt ■*'■ A '**** A »** '*» »*■ ■^'' «'fr' A A ■'*''
TX* *X* *X* *X* 'X 'X X X *X X X * X X X X ,4><"+" X 4* X X X X * X X X *x X V X x * ^x* «t
NEW CHINA
Japan China Tea Sets
" "     Cream and Sugar Sets
Fruit Sets- "7 pieces
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each.
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers
*fr<fr «$"£♦ 'I' 'fr'fr 'fr 'fr 'fr 'I' «fr 'fr 'I' 4"S"S"S»i"$"i"i"l"$"f» 'I' '3* ■!' 'fr 'fr 'I' 'I' 't' 'I' 'I' $
NEW GOODS
Carload New Canned Vegetables and Fruits,    Carload Shorts,
Wheal. Bran and Oats,     Sweet Potatoes and Squash
New Shipment of Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits
Crawford's Puff Biscuits, (something new).
Mackintosh Red Apples
Cranberries for Thanksgivining Day.    Caiifomia Red Grapes
Malaga Green Grapes.    Oranges and Pears.    Comb Honey
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. PAGE  EIGHT
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  OOTOBER 22,  1913.
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.
COMING EVENTS
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H. J.  MCSORLEY.  PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .
Oct.  20—Allen  Players  lor   one   weet
nt Bmpress theatre
Nov.   10—"The  Barrier,"  at Empress
theatre. ,
Nov.  17—"What  Happened  to  Mary,'5
Emprese< theatre.
Nov. 19—The Barrier, Empress theatre
Nov. 25—The Lawi-ence   Brough       >o.,
nt  the Empress theatre.
Dec. 5.—The Lawrence Brough  Co., at
the Empress theatre.
Dec. 8—The Pinl< Lady, at the     Empress theatre.
Dec. 23—Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
■ Coronation
.TEA™
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 4   a pound
In commemoration of the coronation of
Kino ' '■ ■ '•-'-' VV" Ridgways" have put on the
n .,;',;(■ tl n lin < I it roost picturesque
nndci ii te .'..•■■.;. bearing excellent portraits
ol K l: 'if rpc "• - Quci n Mary an I the Prince
of V.'. les. Spi ial pai I a1 ■ been designed
'/epresenting < anada, India, Africa, Auhtruiia
S'ew 4|r
n her h; <*e been iicpoitcd
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ITS THE  SAUCE
or condiment that gives an
appetizing flavor to common
dishes. Like everything else
however, the best is only
good enough. At this grocery the best is always obtainable. A supply of these relishes, etc, in the pantry
makes a tempting dish always possible.
Hobson s Grocery
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
Phor.e 41
Box 734
The Revelstoke Nurseries
Leave orders at Lawrence
Hardware Co. I will guarantee to do a clean job in
taking down pipes and
cleaning pipes and chimne
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
PHONE 56
V.. H. POTTRUFF,
THE CHIMNEY SWEEP
Who Can be found at the
LAWRENCE    HARDWARE   CO.
For Hair Health
If Rexali <J3" Hair Tonic does
not improve tlie health of your
scalp ami .'-.air, we will pav" for
what you use during the trial!
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Best
For Frying
The goodness and
delicacy of fried foods depends
upon the fat used for frying.
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard
c~^>
may be heated to a high degree without scorching or discoloring. This puts a delicate brown crisp crust on the food so
quickly that it prevents its becoming grease
soaked, and it enables you to use
Swift's Silver-Leaf Lard many times for
frying before clarifying.
It is economical, pure, efficient and
does not flavor the food cooked in
it.   Canadian Government in
spected put up always in tight
covered, new dn pails, 3 sizes.
swifrt
Ask
Your
Dealer for
Silver-Leaf
Swift Canadian Co. Ltd.
Joronto   Winnipeg   Edmonton
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WEEK
OF
OCT. 20
91
MISS VERNA FELTON
AND THE
ALLEN  PLATERS
Presenting a line of Comedies and Dramas which will command your patronage.
TONIGHT, "GET RIGH QUICK WALLINCFORD"
All New Scenery,    Speeial Music by the Royal Hungarian String Quartette.   Prices, 75c, and 50c   Matinee Prices,25c and 50c WEDNESDAY,  OCTOBER  22,  1913.
THE,MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
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COMMISSARY   BUILDING
'•&
jj   pORMITOKY      FOR    DINING     CAR     CREWS
A citizen of the world wishing to spend a holiday at
.■"tariff, in the heart of the Western Canadian Rockies or to
make a t U :m -s journey along the lines of the Canadian
Pacitic Railway rents his sleeping car berth, boards the train,
lives and cats in luxurious surroundings while being whirled
icross the continent and has little idea of the vastness of the
■nterpnse upon which he bestows his patronage nor of thc
•ileus system which must be maintained in order that
he and others, likewise-minded, may travel in such safety,
comfort and luxury.
For miance he goes to bed end does not know that an
irmy of men four thousand strong is employed by that
r>:n-ng .ind Sleeping Car Department. He is not aware that
the sam. company could, within five days, transport an army
A thirty thousand people from Vancouver to Halifax, giving
each a sleeping berth and supplying ninety thousand meals
8 day, or practically half a million on the five day journey
, ro the continent. Again, he Joes not realize that, if the
lining an'l sleeping cars of the Canadian Pacific Railway
-ore made up into a single train with a locomotive stationed
at interval1* ten coaches apart, that that train would be
fourteen milea long. To man this city on wheels would
require an -irmy of three thousand dining and sleeping car
attendants vith several hund-ed additional men at terminals
to handle supplies for them. This is exclusive of the thousand men who would be operating the train in the capaci'.y
of biakemen, conductors, firemen and engineers, a total
rboaid in all of 34,000 people.
TAKING CAKE OF THE PUBLIC
It would take a great deal of space to tell how the
Canadian Pacific Railway takes care of that public which
patronizes its lines and how also it takes care of those
employees whose duty t is to minister to the comfort of that
public. Yet the C. P. R. has taken many steps in that direction and it is safe to say that in a dozen particulars it
stands aheud of any road on the continent when it comes to
treating it? dining and sleeping car employees humanely and
sanely. These men are as desirable a class of public servant
as can be f und in any privat house from thc point of view
of efficiency, personal cleanliness and freedom fiom danger
nf spreadin;', disease. Thc company is as considerate of its
men as it ia of the general public, and it is fully aware that
iuch a couice is simple "good business."
Certain; .■ the most colossal task that presents itself
to the C. i'. R. is that of provisioning its dining cars to
iced the hungry multitudes who cross their thresholds each
meal hour. It is estimated that in the summer season the
C. P. R. serves on an average twenty thousand meals a day
on its cars. For many years the company has bein grappling with the problem of supplying this enormous demand
in a way tent would insure to the general public absolutely
.lean and peifectly wholesome meals and only now has the
company ccme to believe that it has the situation completely in hand.
. The lii st problem that presented Hsclf was to have
secure a really assured and permanent source of supply. To
attain this and, incidentally, to show .'armers in various distorts the possibilities of their lands when scientifically
worked, demonstration farms were started throughout the
Dominion. These supply absolutely fresh provisions to the
chain of commissiary stores stretching .cross thc continent
and give the Canadian Pacific Railway the assurance of a
permanent supply at cost prices. In this an absolutely radical
departure was made in that the C. P. R. actually owns
and operates the farms which supply it with provisions.
The advantage of this Is not far to seek. Fresh milk
and cream will soon be secured in whatever quantities are
desired. A sufficiently large number of poultry can bc kept
to supply all requirements for table fowl and eggs. To insure freshness in the eggs used on dining cats the product is
gathered from the nest (all eggs are non-fertile by the way)
stamped with the date, nnd then packed in cartons and
lealed for delivery to commissary stores. Milk and cream
arc not handled in hulk. After being thoroughly pasteurized
the products aie placed in sealed bottles and these are
opened in thc presence of the passenger with the day and
date of milking right on the bottle. Similar care is taken
to insure absolute cleanliness in all Othct demonstration
farm product
,. Fruits and vegetables form a large item en dining car
menu. The Canadian Pacific Railwny imports these from all
parts of the world nml offers them on its tables before thty
arc available elsewhen- nnd then, whin the Canadian products are ready tin* preftrtnee Is givon tin.n In f.u-t the
company specialists in tin- famous fun1;- and vegetables of
British Columbia nn.l contracts foi these products foi tht
-ntiro requnementi, especially apples and potatoes, foi this
service fot all western lints om* yen in tdVaUCS, The quality
of these fruits, such as apples, plums, chsrriss, ptars, and
-..grtablcs, such at celeiy and potatoes now stands higheit
■u the continent.
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INTERIOR
DINING  CAR
One really obstinate problem has confronted the Canadian
Pacific and that has been  thc supplying of fresh bread and
pastry  to  its patrons—bread  and pastry of such a  quality
that the shield and beaver tiademark would be its guarantee.
Many experiments have been  tried  but   that degree of success  desired  by  the  company  is  only   now  being  attained.
Final upon ail plans comes the announcement on this year's
appropriation  list   to  the  effect  that   the  company  will  in-[
stall a chain  of modern bakeshops at  such  terminal  point«|
between Halifax and Vancouver as would insure a complete!
re-stocking of dining cars with fresh bread, cakes and pastryl
every   fifteen   hours.     Montreal,   Toronto,   Winnipeg.   Moose|
Jaw, Calgary and Vancouver are to have ;uch railroad bake
shoos as will several other points not yet definitely decid<d|
upon.
The care of meats, milks, vegetables and perishable goodtl
for the twenty thousand  p. opie who  must lie fed daily byl
this one railway requires most elaborate m'tigerator plant».|
All   refrigeration   is   done   artificially   nnd   the  scientifically
perfect degree of coldiess is maintained lo pieserve tbe good*
and so to maintain highest quality.
A MODERN SCIEK ! !
Modern medical science, both preventive and curative, hat
reduced itself to  practically cne on'.      ien      -bacteriology—I
with  thc allied art cf picvint ng i ;a from  finding!
lodgment in any place that comes in tact with humi.nl
beings, more particularly to keep al! hum...i food free from)
exposure to these germs.
Recognizing   this   the   Canadian    Pa. fie   Railway   hail
worked out an elaborate system of individual service, rtdtic»|
mg thc handling cf food to a minimum      '11 bread, caktaJ
•.■■•■', etc., .-re prepared in    (dividual orden; f
this system .s extended io cover sl! possible service;
.■ven  -.ce  cream, which  :s  made under  mo '   snnitary concV
tii.n. ia prepared in :mi on . mon wrapped I
ase to preven' handling.
ITS FIRST CARE
.res of the Canadian Pacific Railway
il   employees an   phyt    Hy henlthy and
• „d it hai been deemed e :;>cdient to establish a cha.:*. oi homes fer the dinir-.c. an', leeping car men
over the en: tinent.    The C. P. R. ia ;:-,e only railroad
orporation   todaj   win.',  provides  this  class of employees
with free l ;>,:.  nl ant en away from home.   At all
large   tern-,::- ,   av   Toronto,   Winnipeg,   Moose   Jaw
Calgary and Vancouver these dining car and sleeping car
employees arc boused by ihe company. In establishing tbis
svstem the management had one mai", dea in view. It
would be able to give thc general public the- assurance that
every employee had a physique free from disease, because
ili ,ii. subjected to .. periodii medical examination, and it
v.ouid itself '.hen be in a position to assume responsibility
ior the cleanliness cf employed. Undei the system that
prS-gaila on the C. P. R. it is impossible for a dining or
,'eeplng cai employes to r.i, out on a run, as it is called,
without first having taken s bath and rotten his clothes
leant .   :ee of any cost  to thc employee.
Aei is the C.i . i ,-ciiic Railway
- ve   in tins work.   The comp
port in dialing with i;
homes, aa the lllusttatii ds will thi w,
• i   bome   cpirit.    Comfortable   i
\il  are  sclentifl   Ily  v i'e
kers.   Librat i . batbn
p"l»rgl '.ell..
'-ime m spi
... . ,, c   !'   v:     . n la away from hoi
■'-■ ■*   i
•
.  I      ssion fer tl
art ahowt *.n tbe health 11
uut from tiit terminal retted, in 'hood be
way prepared to care for thc public.
One  of   the
:s to aee that «
clean . nd to thi
'i spired by solely
is not a "tout*
•»i the contra*/,
an embodiment
'   i  ud contort
11 managed  by
Deluding ahow-
i of the modern
iy clean.   Thm,
■" is undtT  tht
tCP   R. „*.
port  for  dutv
ose.   The rese..t
'■iplovee by p- •
Itli  and In  i . IP AGE TEN
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  OOTOBER 22,  1913.
S.H.  Gay of Cascade,   is in  tho rity
Peterson  of Donald,   is'  in      the
A
city.
Harry Johnston
-town.
of  Arrowhead,   is in
Mrs. ami Mist
are in town.
I'ithlu-do of Kamloops
ATTHE EMPRESS
and hirt tric-ud
! (IK- t>he good
There  will  be  several  first-class  at ■
tractions   at   this   popular  play   house
during the next few    weeks.   Theatregoers will do well  to keep their     eye ['
on  these  colums  where  the  theatrical
news will be found.
The Allen Players
Robert Caley of Arrowhead, is
<ity  today.
in   tlle'
Mi. ami Mrs,
«tr<- in town.
H. Reid ol Notch Hill
J.J.   Milton  of  Kingston,
-nt 'he King Bdward.
Out..
Mrs,   McKenzie of Boar  Creek,     is
chopping in town today.
\. I-. McCoy raiim in from Spokaut
«.n Monday's south train.
G,   Elshart  and
Vancouver, are In
F.C. Stevensen,
iowu today,
'Blackie Daw" to swin-
citizens of    Battleford,
that   the  crafty   villians  have     every
good wish of the audience.   That they
-hould meet their Waterloo first at tho
hands of  a pretty   little  stenographer,
nd  then through      the value of their
own cleverness,  which  forces     wealth
and  respectability   upon   them,  makes
I of tbeir escapades a story which satis"-
I ties as few  coined ies ever have.
"Get Rich Quick Wallingford" is
proving one of the greatest drawing
The ever welcome Allen Players «p- 'aids ever produced by the. Allen Play
.•ned their week's season at the Em- cr.-<. The company is large enough to
press theatre on Monday night with do it full justice, and the members en-
uu effective presentment of "The Spenjd ter into the joyful spirit of the play
thrift." There was ,a crowded bouse, with the enthusiasm Ior which they
as was only lo n*- exported remember- are so well known. Even manager Al-
ing the reputation of t.he players and len bimsell appears in iii<- cast, being
the taut ihat it was a holiday evening well suited for the part ..f the mayor
and the  performance  went   woll   from  of Battleford,
Mart to finish.   Miss  Verna Felton as      "Get  Rich     Quick  WalHngford"      is
the spendthrift wife gave „ convincing- ont   of the biggest attractions to    be
ly clever interpretation ofi a part call offered by    tho Allen   Players during
ing for capubls handling, ttnd was well  their local visit and will ba presented
mipport'ed     by a hard working   cast, ni  the Empress tonight.
The piece was well staged, and spi' nil
mention must, be made ot tb* incident, | JJjg [J^  tf   ^   |0_rr|0rr0W
J. Johnson of Moberley, was trans-
a'-ting  bus'ines-  here on  Monday.
.1 H. Ken of Kelowna came in
on Monday's noon train from  the west,
Mis- Ruth Stewart oi fndianopoli-.
Ind., i- paying Revelstoke a visit this
week.
al  intisie   supplied
garian  Quartette.
On Tuesday   nighl
was the attraction.
iy   tjie   Royal   Hun
The feature bill of the Allen Players
"The Gamblers" ropertoir* tins season isa dratnati/a-
Miss  Felton      as [ tion of that inspiring story by Frances
the wife of ihe ambitious JameB Dar- Hodgson Burnett, "The Dawn of a
win and Mr. Irvine Kennedy as Wil - Tomorrow." Tbe role of "Glad" in
bur Emerson had most oi the work to i this play was created  to   -upply    the
J.D
today
gary.
Sibbald,  sr.,   is
from a   business
expi'Cteel
trip   io
E.C,   Crawford of Arrowhead,
K   Hillman of Beaton, an- here
mi-1 week.
he nne
Cal
ami
this
do, -uul did it excellently.    The strong
scenes between  the two were made the
most   of, and aroused  the enthusiasm
of   lhe  audience.    Mr.   Norman  Feiisier
bad .. difficult part  a-     thc neglectful
and suspicious husband,  but   nuqllitted
demand for further acquaintance witb
ihe little child-woman so many grew
to ovi in "Merely Mary Ann." But
Wile "Mary Ann' breathed the spirit of
the green fields with her sweet faith,
"Glad" isa product of thai phase ol
Mayor T. Kilpatrick left t.he fir-i ol
this week on a 'business trip to the
roast cities.
Frank H. AUwood and A. Johnson,
came down from Golden t^he fore-par;
of ihis  week.
W. Boyd of Halcyon, arrived on
Tiie-day's south train. He is al the
Kin*:  FMward.
The name of the
rowhead. has been
rowhe-arl  hotel.
City hotel al
•hanged to the
Ar-
Ar-
S.J. Harling of Kamloop- ,,ik1 A.V.
Nash of Tappen, were noticed on the
streets yesterday.
D. Fletcher .>f Vancouver, was not.
iced among the guests at the King
Edward yesterday.
O.W. King of Bquilax, '.nne- in on
yesterday's early east-bound. He is
a  guest  at the Kine  Bdward
F I. Adams of Spokane i- transacting business here ilu-mid-week. He
1- a gut   i  at the King Edward.
CF. Lindmark returned trom \ ,m
couvei a ouple "f day- ago to spend
Thanksgiving  Day  with his family.
himself well, and the other members of 'modern .-i\ ili/ation wherein life becomes a grim struggle wjth unseen, hostile forces. She is "an impudent young
she-devil, scarlet bair and rags flying"
But there lie- in ber the capacity ior
that infinite faith whereby beauty is
evolved from darkne i  greatness
from oblivion.
Ther.- comes within 1""- sphere a mil
lionaire, beggared ol health and spirtt
intent   upon   self-dosiruction.    Though
• er heart is  torn  with  anxiety  for the
reckless young  thief sho  loves   "Glad"
gathers  ur tie broken   threads ot tliis
' nmn'- life, I isten-  ; '--in lo 1 he ..
L-e of tru    Christ! in    s mp ithy      and
fires hi-  spirit   with the determination
■ ' live   ei:,.     . . M.i ',-    .i bers. Meanwhile   lie w    I     iut hei     own dest iny
v. ith a -K. ■      nerring .-. i p   .   the -ruth thai leave- one breathless with won
the company  fulfilled  minor  reel.--  sat-
'isfaetorily on the whole.
Th.- announcement that eflorts are
to be made to ensure earliei commence
ments during the remainder '■( the season i- -ill" to whi'-h it is to lx- horx'd
the publi. will respond. Mr. Kennedy
made an appeal to iheatre goers on
Tuesday night on thi- subject, ani
he has our  support   in hi- endeavor.
Green Stockings
Prove to be
Meritorious
Verna     F.-liee,;    and th- Allen
Mi-
Players made another hit  last  evening
:n   A.K.W.   Ma-" ghtful       play.
'I, ■ -■    st,   kings pn Ben ted at   th<
Vi toria     tb>-atre- before   ,     well-flllei
house.   Thc    o. ompany  presents I
1 •      >me   . style, and    tht    "
acting  on 11        ■    •    •• is   jpont im *
■
Illi nil ii | iini
■ i
R  ISS THEATRE
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be
a*,
in-
All  friend.-  are- cordially  req IC
present 'it the Haymakers rehearsal
p.m.
tomorrow.   Thursday   even-
v. is -i ontaneouE
and ai list Fi Iton  was,
*
gethoi   With   Mrs      Al ■ r.    i n.v. ted E
In  the   •■       -
- •       Farad; iding lady  w      *
te spine , with    sucl
well bai        .   • a   :D !  hun.- t
ti i  j     .-    Botl
d Mrs     \ len  w< r-     .-.
■    I -    a   part of  Act
where  thej     ..-  lined  a feign
■ a    a    ' -■       I
..-.        *, lei      ay< -
■ .   " t ,•••
(Vallint ■ ird'':   on
•m .nt,       " .
E ":     Friday      ** "
«w";   Sa\-
- >■      ay   ■ Ight
• * ...
E Van Hu-'t ot Cla-. Weil...in. ind -i.
-* ' iwn ol Vancouver, arc in town.
They cau be found it 'he King Kd
ward hotel.
1       ommunion   ervi ■   &i ,i rece*
■ ■>■    nembers will  be helei in     the
.'  rian church ..n Fridaj  ■'•   -..
■ ''!o:k.
n tin eposterot
-    ■ -.      Mr       \   ■
ng. thai
wa
in  Act
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So ial  Pirate, In three pai
ruor-  Daughter,
Universal  *•*•'• ■ •■':•; Sa
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The     aim iai    meet!
■ -.  the isifl'
■■:■■     T.M.C.A
. n Thut day eveni
CH.  Hi . ti
1 imb a,   will
interest
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the wo      if        A     ,
il —ik1.
Canadian Business Growth
\ striki     evideni
■ lana Han     • •■■■■      I
yeai
.- ■   0 ■   ...    - haughm
-   .;. . li ei. Pacifl   Ra
*   enl om
pany en  Montreal.   Ten  yew
annual grosw    income ol thi    ompany
was E8,600,OO0;   this   yea:   it ii    • .
a fraction of     £28,000,   and
Thorns-  .   of the opinion tha
crease iu   ■ be  next   ten >•.,:
*quaHy  nieat.     He- 'loe-   not
moreover,  lhat  the expenditure    dui
UtiA  ih" next  few     yeai-   wil i..
thing approaching those ol lhe ,
because -.vhen the linen now being built
are completed, the construction program o! the ompany will be -uhsinn-
tiiilly modified. Witb the exception oi
important Improvements at on'- or two
points in En tern Canada white congestion during the biiJy Hen on is nn-
najinn as well g^ expensive and the
completion of a second track on portions of the main line, they would by
the r;i\ of the year, he declared, lm
■well   ahead .rf   the  requirements.
..    .
mail  part*   wt
K.it-an.  How
*>'
Get Rich Quick
Wallingford
.
Th'
Tl ■  I-     , ■ o* n   em .-'iy on the Vm
It i    ■ 'f.-.'i   today is     without donl
i'
i leoi gt
Ql]    i.
It.iniloipb   che-ier     "Oet R   I    B     mh    tarmei
ot        IT,-
Wallingford."    So   we.||   Known
breed t
i.ut
haw  the characters of tbe WaHingford every
nt oriel  heroine  ihai   the  ■ ame. • ha ■ n ■ Empiri      n  ' I h'    '
tcra  repre«ent«d  upon  the    tagt  have ed it"  i......    ,,t,i, tit    •• <
achieved ,, popularity unprecedented In ment     wh a ihi   l« I  ',im-
late ye ir . pi    through    thi     Dominiot   •
There la something io genial in   th* per ond   .   nciatlon    woi     tht    Km-
method-  employed   by   "Wallingford" plre't  lnnd   lefent
BUSINESS
LOCALS
the
Allen Players in motion pictu(ee
Star,  Thursday   night.
otic, o,:i87, making n totul of defect -
ives 0(28,611, of whieh 15,.ri30 were
males and 13,081 females. From 1901
to 1911 the population increased by
31.17 per cent; for the same period the
totul number of Infirm increased from
26,148 to 28,611, an increase of '.h42 per
cent, in the decade.
The statistics of  thu blind show that
the number iri steudily decreasing. For
SOCIAL dill! PERSONAL
Miss Gladys  Urquhart     came home
from Rogers Pass for the holiday.
Mr, CB. Sissons formerly of Revel-
DRY  BIRCH WOOD, order at H.N
Coursier s. I each census period there was a greater  stoke and now of Toronto, has a 'lev
J arn alright, so would you be,     if number of mules than females. In 1911  er article on   •Illiteracy  in  the West,'
you bad your left     si-de cut  ofl,    why i
don't you have both sides all right by
gettinu   your  clothes  from   Cressman
i for Cunudu there  were 100 males     to   appearing in the Free Press,     Winni
the Tailor.
At the Trueman Studio, all portraits are high grade and guaranteed.
—A. bougies Tourner.
I'he ', i.,mai Studio is the house
foi high olasB finish for amateur work
till prints with white borders.
Revelstoke'e home of art—The True-
man Studio. Call and see ua, when
discussing portraits. Prices to suit
all.
Hello Cressman, bow arc you? Sew,
Btw, we are always stitching away.—
Your clothes already, bring the money
with you—Cressman Ladies' and Mens
Tailor.
P<*H-
Clean     Smokeless'
Coursier's.
Conl   at   H.   N.
CSALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelatoke by the Revelstoke Gen-
ejal Agencies, Ltd.
They Eay Sir Walter Raleisrb was
the first man who'learnt to smoke. —
Coin- ier's    oal hasn't learnt yet.
The crop is harvested and cars will
soon he hard to get and '-oal will be
scarce.   Now is   the  lime  to  order  H.
N. Coursier's.
A stylishly dressed young lady waj
arretted last week for accosting people
on the street, she was quickly released
and complimented when .-be explained
th.,-. -tie was telling how good Cress-
man's tailored made clothes fit her.
'A whist drive followed by dan.ing.
• given by tihe St. Francis Club
ne St, Francis Hall is Hullow'een.Oct
31st, tickets 50o. Orr's orchestra in
attendance. Games called at H:301».
■n. sharp.
Thursday night. Star theatre—Allen
Players m motion p .-,- ,-> t/heit
e'amp. Come an.l •.«• i'.i:. in swimming. Thi- will be run early at the
St i bo hat it will not conflict with
Mien's ii the Bmpress. See them
in motion picture- ntr.! then the real
I' •• -j   on the   -t.-lg-l.
every 75 -females incapacitated by blindness. Although ihe ae-tual numbers
of blind have increased dining the last
ten years in every provinoe, excepting
in the Maritime provinces, yet there
has been a decrease for every province
in the proportion per ten thousand of
the population.
The proportion for deaf and dumb
per thousand of po|
tor every province ir
in 1901, anil only in the Western province.- are there increases in actual
numbers for 1912 over 1011. There has
licen au increase dnactua] numbers and
in proportion of the population of unsound minds in every provinoe excepting New Brunswick,
The  highest   proportion is  shown  by
Prince lidwaixl  Isiand with 11.701    per j ^ay
The Sifters of Providence Orphanage
of New Westminster, who have been
collecting bere, left this morning for
Vernon.
The marriage of Mr. Michael Koyak
to Miss Rosa Hrenczuk| took place In
St.  Francis church  on Sunday  morn-
dation is smaller  log at  1X1:30 immediately after    maBs.
1911  that it  was  Rev. Father MacKenzie officiating,
Mr. .1. Guy Barber got bae-k Saturday from a hunting trip to Kamloops.
In company with three friends, Messrs
Armstrong, Kaughn and Blakeley, Mr.
Barber enjoyed a week's shooting over
the Kamloops lakes and WIIb. bringing back a splendid bag ot ducks,
grouse,  rabbits  and  geese,    Needless to
Aviation Disaster
1.000 of population, followed by On
tatio with 44.998; Nova Scotia, :i3.61.r>
and Quebec with 3'J.311 per lOOO. Thu
number of persons of unsound mind
for this census are classified under two
•beads, insane and  idiotic.
The greater number of the insane aru
in public institutions, a-nre ulso tho
majority .if the idiotic. Although* tho
total number of unsound mind (insauu
and idiotic) are greater in l'.Ul than in
1001, yet the proportion per 1,000 in
lllll was '.N.SITns against 41.014 in,
1901 ind for Oanada there were S58 '
menially unbalanced women to every
1,000 men.
Dini/iila is Dead
Dinlzulu, the last of the warrior
kings of the former Zulu nation oi
Soutb Africa, <ln-<| on Saturday. He
was a -on of Cetywayo, the king who
led ihe Zulu nation against the Rrii -
i-h  troops in the  war of  1870.
Cetywayo was eventually defeated
after be had  Inflii ted n crushing blow
Ion the Uritish army at tho battle   of
IIsnndhlWana when practically the entire twenty-fourth Infantry regiment
wns massacred. It wa- durinc this wur
ihai the French Prince Imperial LouU
Map ''-on wae killed while out reconnoitring with tin British troops,
Dini/nlu   elid   not   be, ome  king  when
'his father died,      but was  proclaimed
later by the Boers, and led   two     or
; thr.v     rebellion" against  the     British
power.
many ot Guy's Revelstoki
had a  taste of his  good lii'-k.
friends
\    , -   . ■   fi >m Bei in - ays twenty-
persons were Kili.i"'  near .Johan-I
1 Uli   explosion   and  fall     of
Zeppelin's -igihle bai - j
loon the* "L-Il."
The . • ated  tbe en-
:        '  I dty hoard,
*• the final trial of waymen,     e-omedy.   A Feature
*''      look    . tunc-    olgbf at  the Star theatre.
ly    the government   .-   , new    unit 0	
erman th(   pilot and
nd invitoi Every    pei
airship
;d.
Twen; ,*    ■ . m  ,\erc killed ai
tl "f the
oet ies or burned     to
k  fell lo  the
'   nine to mdred
lope .    ■ tc- .-nan Auir   , , ,,,-
■ •   Queen Au
: the admit
ated alive, (rom
.i-ecituge.
urned out   in    •-•■   ul
ii- gging his
•-■'   i is  8111-
* *
*
"('--lul,
after
■ i	
*
Idi let
to   the
• ■   the foi
. It    A-.-hb:      t.he
The members of Fife Brigade No. 1
with tbeir wives and families celebrated Thanksgiving with a turkey -upper
in the tire hall OH Monduy night. Such
ii bountiful Bpread wa-1 provided that
enough Was left for a second celelua -
tion on Tuesday evening, after which
the entire company formed a theatre
party to the Empress, occupying live
full rows for the performance of the
"Gamblers."
The annual Thanksgiving suppei given by the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Y..
M.C.A., is now a thing of the past but,
will be long remembered as the most
successful affair of ihe kind ever given
in Revelstoke. All last week the city,
had been canvassed fe>r donations anil
the public responded mo.-t liberally.
The supplies sent in were superior in
■ ■very way and could only he produced
In a .-ity full of ex.-client rooks. Tho
tables literally groaned Ivneaili their
array of tempting oatables, while here
nnd there vases of (lowers and glittering candelabra adorned the lone lines
of -nowy linen. The gymnasium wa*
filled to os capacity with tables   and
(hair-   and   the      auxiliary     wish       to
thank the  V.M.C.A.  stall for  their Untiring assistance In this as well as    ,u
countless  oilier   services.   To   the   tiis'
tahle '-'liTi  jjuosts -„t   down at little before six o'.ioe-k ami during  the    next
hour   and n   hair a   small  army  of  attentive  waiters  were  kept   more than
busy.      It  was estimated thai   nearly
all the   seats    were Iilleil     the
umc   In charge of  the tables     wen
Mrs.  Kine-aid,  Mrs.  Corning.  Mi-    Ma
iln won,    Mrs,  Cressman,   Nearly     all
Tonight,     Star Theatre— "Nihili-ts
Vengeance" in 2 pans,    matrimony's tbe nurses and teachers as well as the
speed  limit;  Monday,  'Fallen Angel."   (;il"l3'   Auxiliary  and  many  othei   lad-
two parts; Tuesday "The Trail   of ir"*  assisted  in  serving,    Mrs.  Kilpnl -
iie.   Hanging Rock" Union Pink'-bride
Wednesday   Tnder Fire" amateur high
every
iajsraiara^tsf&afi?!iaaraf5iaraiEf5J5rsf5ia
I SALES and WANTS j
Ej Kit. lim Minimum 25c,   (,ish in Advance S
« ral
S A m: ^ :'mJw _,._  ::m..:.'    mM(, ,. .-,■., ,-...   gj y_.
desiring  company otter    board
anil i-eiom, for lady, ne.u Post ollice,
on very reasonable terms. Reply to
X  Y  '/., Mail   Herald.
TO RENT—Furnished Room with heat I
■   ont  very reasonably.     Apply A*
B, M.-ni Herald. I
FOB.     SALE    House  and   Furniture —
'•'.-■  It \    • parate.   A. W. Oreen
■ id, 2, Seventh street ,W.     2t.
INFIRM
PEOPLE
INCREASE
FOR '.'I UK SALE—Stock in trade.—
Small u I   Music Business  Household effects,  Furniture, etc.    Gurney
iiTt'-ud heater, aiso ■ ook range,   al-
ine-t   new.  nil in   good    e.ndition.  — l
Furthei particulars ,,nd inspection at I
Binghnm'i Mu*i<  store. McKenzie avl
snue, Phone -J62.
rick, president of the Ladies' Guihi.
was kept busy in charge of the tea
and "'otiee;  Mrs.   How-em  and   Mrs.   W.
A. Foote supervised supplies ol   meat
and   turkey.    Mrs.  Robt.  Urquhart pr-
sided over a culinary   table  and      bad
no trouble whatever in disposing    ol
hor tempting wares.   Mrs. Laing   ha (
her usual stand, an attractive a
meni of handkerchiefs.   A  large     di-
play of useful and fancy article    con
irihiiied  Iiy  the  year'-  sewing   of    the
ladies' guild wn-    In charge of    Mr-
Tomlinson    and r.-ulised   iM, todate,
with  -ome  -applies   -till  in  hund        A
candy table contributed by the Girl's
■ociety was in charge ol Mrs. Harry
Bews, Mi* Thompson and others and
quickly sold out. Mr. Wallace collected ticket! ai the .Ioor. One of tin iii,,st
hitdily appreciated features ot the evening was the charming music no generously supplied by Hav.- Orr*« on h -
tra. A-thi- wa- voluntary on th.-r
part the thanks of the auxiliary are
. tendered to ihem most heartily, In
1 "'■ lu Ion th ■ ladi'--' wish to thank lh<
|citi7*n« of Revelstoke, both foi Iheii
n  thnn biH-r.il responsi In the mattei of don,ii;,.ns, and also for th-ur
generous patronage of the annul]
Thanh-civ in-, dinner.
i i
i      •      the    III
D      nioi     Th<  bnl
li un. j. ■■■ mt
Infirm,
a.<      !
-.    es. Foi
.ie- ol   Sa kat te- * in
and  Alls eta    i ,, i ig    -,,n„.
msianrei- ,,. tbr I | Ma. Itoba
Hi ir.l.ia
Thl ii'iml'i i . ( Mil ■! ifl tbi Domin -
lor III I'M l « , :, ;.'• 0( ,|PRf „n(1
I'.iniv. I *■-1.  -.f in-ntie    14,708; ol uli-
LIQUOR ACT. 1910.
Notice  i- hereby  given thnt  on   the
flrst day of December next, appiica -
tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of  the  hotel  license to  sell  liquor    by
retail  In  the hotel  known as  the City
| Hotel  -itnated  nt   Arrowhead, in    the
TO   RBNT-OM  single room   with pri-  rrovin"' of British  Columbia.
vate family, at  reasonable rate, ten-'   T>nt"<i tbls ~Mh (,n>' "' October, 1013
FOR SALH A 94 foot Motor Launch
Seven H.I' , Fairhanka engine, with
reverse Will sell iea-onable. Apply
to F.N.   Roberts,  Arrowhead,  B.C.
trnlly  located.    Apply   to Box  914,
V A.VTED-Smythe's Employment 01-
fioe, ni.n lor work at good wages.—
Apply to Hmytbe's Employment tildes,  Firsl   street, Revelstoke,  B.C.
CAYI.KY  BROS., Applicants.
WANTED-Washing well Bnd carefully
done nt the Colored Hand Laundry,
M'Kni?ie and Victoria Road, Fone
2»»,
wantkd — NurfiBc, apply to Mrs.
McDolaMi Connaurht avenue, (second door from Second street, be-
tween Fir«t  nnd Second streets.
Chimneys
Gleaned
Never put offtill to-morrow what
you can have done to-day. Leave
orders at
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
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