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Vol. 19-No 76
KEVELSTOKE, B. C. SEPT. 'U. 1918
$2.50 Per Year
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city couswrv <*
SPECIAL ; IE
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Discuss Street Drainage. -Application from
Mr. Tapping for Permit Temporary Building Within City Fire Limits Excites Great
Interest.   Full Details of Proceedings.
The City Coun."il mot In special bbs-
sion in thc City Hail, Monday night,
at 7:30 p.m.
llayor T. Kilpatrick occupied the
Irhair, present, Aldermen McSorley, P.
lb.nine. Horrobln, MeKinnon, Howsmi
and Hnrber.
Rity Clerk Got* Ion read the uotice
calling the meeting a- follows;
"A special meeting ofthe City Coun
cil wil] be Iri I in the City Hall Monday. September --n I, First to consider  th,1  matt I  putting   rod    "ii
the streets; 2nd, to consider fully the
mattei ol draining Firsl street; 3rd,
any oilier matters deemed expedient.'*
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—The mutter we
are here to consider primarily, is the
-question of putting rock on the streets
Ai present wc are noi getting full valve of thc work, whereas If we could
spare a few hundred dollars we might
mate' greater progress. We have a
small .mi i amount of income
coming in trom the sale of a lol tei Mr.
Laughton in  the  lower town.
Abl. W.H. Horobin—I move thai the
publi    works committee be  empowered
tn  pi 1 and  put  the   ioad In    lir-i
clas- shape, that i- al the- fool of tho
hill on -e ond street, engaging ad lii -
ii.i,ai nn ti it the rock quury al a cost
nil told nol   to ex eed 8500.—Carried.
Aid Horobin—Whilst we- are talking
tie i, oa -, y bad place In the Bid? -
walk opposite Cutler and Sto'-es busi
i i In h should bc lixe'el up.
m.i."i T. Kilpatrick—There arc some
serious defects in tlie way of bad drain
agi. :i we start ii will have to be don'
properly, Before very long there
should iw* a permanent roadway ther..
and the drainage will have to be lni.l
In view     of     this.   Before permanent
».:.. '' 11 ..n the street various mat
ter- in respect of pipe. etc.. have to
iie Set tli i \ proper survey will have
to le- made-, and the whole future work
of tic streets 1 n.l out.
All Howson—If that is the case, it
is too big a taik f.ir us to takeup thia
vi' ir al  this -inge.
Aid M Si ney—We have not made
provj- n for this w.iil- in our
estim it.--.   It is a difficult thing       to
ia  e   hold   e,f   now.
m.i i ..,1  T Kilpatric .—I  n.eti -e     today an   item for $120,  uni  repairs   (8,
foi   harness.   Whal    Wat that?   A mo-.
li-"   v. ,     PaSSC i ny   this   ■ oun il      lust
spring ai.out buying things. i
Howson—I guess it never went
ibiee._ii the .oiincil.il came before the
public works   ommittoe.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—I wn- iin* won
dering if  this  went through in tbc us-1
ual  manner;  perhaps City clerk   Gor- ]
don  will inquire Into that  anel mate a
rep irt at the next meeting.
uru,mm; INSPECTIONS
Mayor I". Kilpatrick—I ihink -ome
ni "■ "ii iho d 1 be made of uil publi. • .M.i. ■ -. 1.. see ii they are property equipped with fire escapes, I think
the building in-i'e', tor ihould bo cal ed
upon to   inal.e a report   to lhe   C< n.i.il.
ritle]   the rity     |    mi  ll    lo ik    the
matter  up    Perhaps  the  proper  i
n ii '• ■   «. il the matter
\! I       11..r.i!,m     Tlcn   i-   a  in ittor
whu li -In.ul.I  be  at ti n.bl io    I   ii,.
thai ths may..i appoint   n committee
to lo"    it1" the mattei and report,
Al l   McSorley -1  - icond  that a
motion.
Motion carried unanimously,
M lyoi T Kiip in li t-i appoint thi
publi works committee to act accord
Ingly.
WATER SUPPLY
Mayoi T. Kilpatrick—I have one oth
cr   small   mnitei.  that is  the  question
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• if ih- water.   Perhaps in view of   recent   freshets It   would be well   to have
ihe tanks cleaned out; the public works
committee will attend   i" that ul-o.
BUILDING  PERMIT.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Now there is
ii no ther question, ihut i-an application for a  building  permit.
City Clerk Cordon then read the following,
"Having obtained a temporary trans
fer of my license to lois IT to LU block
17. I am a! oui io erect and build a
temporary building on these lots to
be used for hold an I oilier pin poses
during the construction of the new
holel on ihis property, and desire u
permit for construction ofa building
I8x-I0, which build ng will be removed
from the lot so soon as ibe new building is       ready for     occupation.—J.   C.
Tapping, Sept. r.itli, 1913."
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Mr. Gillan. I
believe, is   here on   behalf of   applicunt.
Mr. CE, Gillan—Everything is1 being
done to gel the work finished. All the
financial arrangements have been completed, ami everything will be done in
the besl possible way thai enn be done.
We li.c a responsible contractor, Mr.
Abrahamson, hi is looking over the
work. All plans have been submitted
to you, specilications and lliot sort of
thing, and have, I thin'*, mei with the
approval of the license commissioners.
at least, ii not wiih the approval of
the city council. The architect was to
bave been hero tonight to have ex-
plained everything that could havi been
required, However, yon all know the
architect, and the class of work Mr.
Wallace puis oiu; they are all that they
-hould l«'nn I of th.' most substantial
kind. I am speaking now for the plans
of the new hotel. They are. of course,
subject toili<' approval of tlle city coun
cil. The other is a temporary aflair.
\s te.  tic plans of the hotel,  they have
been submitted to ihe license commissioners, and we think they will meet
with their approval.
Aid. MeKinnon—Is there nn application for the hotel and the building together, or are they separate-, are we
taking  them separately  or  together.
Mr. Gillan -Everything lins licen
■ lone in  proper order.
Aid, McSorley—What is the temporal y permit  to be used for,
Mr. Gillan—Ju.-t io -ell boo ■ in at
thepreseni time, together with ihe permit since ii was burned down. Of
course the city council only have i,.
pa-s thi-, an I let it be subject to tho
jm i diction of the buildthg inspector.
Mayor Kilpatrick—How dei yoa wish
to deal with thi- question.
Mr. Gillan—1 would a-k, having reference to  ihi   e'll" here, that  ill" appli-
ati..ii be approved,
Mayor Kilpatrick—How do you wise
i" deal with these, separately or whe-
lii'i you will handle them together.
one. a- I read, Is for the' temporary
building.
Aid. Horobin—Is it permissible to
erect a frame building In the Ore limit.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—That i- gov -
eui-.i entirely by the .-iiy council,
Al I Horobin—There would be an un
-hi tandtng that It would be moved
iinine- liately.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—We had bettei
lecids w lift I., i we will deal with same
separately.
Aid. MeKinnon—Both applications
are by the  -nine  party.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Yes, 1-otli signed by .1.('. Tapping.
Aid. McSorley—AcrofJing to tlis application il appears that the building
was erected lir-t, and subsequently pcr-
ini-'-ion was asked for leave -o buil I
same, Thai i- not in accordance with
the practice which hi- governed thi-
eity cOeincil f.ei ih.- |>flsi two years.
Permission usually ha- lieci. and
•hould be <>in lined, before the building
was erei ted, nol aftei ward
City clerk Gordon thm rea I th< othei application as follows
'* application i- hereby m id • for a
permit to erect n botel buil ling on lots
17    I.. 19, Block 17, I'l ui i.'i'eA .   lt 1
stoke, corner irf Ko-t -tr.*'' ani Orton
ill-entire, in   a-   ,.i Intic.' with   tie-
nnd sp   Ifli ii i.'a  i it led you heie*s Ith
'i> ii.-.i by   v.. i.i'. i  Wallai    *e
n< foi ihe completion of this bull
limited    1   hould like  to     re-
I.,  i permit at once.   J.C. Tapping"
Mr. Gillan—Mr, Wa'kt'ee nc aske I
loVlje herein connection with these spe
rriioaiions and plans. [ understand the
ftparifilations as 1 lum led the same iu
t-j/ihe ciiy clerk. Mr. Wallace would
jjexplatn them in n ,few  words,  although
they arc  solllewlla 1   lengthy.
Aid. MeKinnon - Wlnn are we dealing
with no.v, lha temporary building, or
the  hotel '.'
Aid. McSorley—1 presume these
things will be considered separately.
Aid, Horobin -Is ii necessary tor us
to deal with auythinj that ls in accord
ance with the city bylaws.
Mr, Gillan—(if course there is some
opposition, ii  is petiy  work.
Aid, McSorley—J do n.>i see there is
any petty work, I think every by-law
of thcclty has been ridden  through  for
the sake of this bar ruO n, and now it
is brought up for this council t( approve.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—You are out ot
order, when il corned lo rules we will
enforce them.
Aid, MeKinnon—As there lia- been
some objection to these being taken
together, I ihink ihey should be handled separately. In lo iking al this
(hing, if cne complies with the by-law,
and ilu" oilier does not, I thine it
would be better to take them separate
ly. thai is so as   to  leave no  loophole.
I ino.e"tliat they he taken up separate
ly. the temporary Structure lirst.''
Aid.  Horobin—1 second  that motion.
Motion  carried.
iMaior Kilpatrick—Now it is open
to the council, we ouch, to get a motion on this if we are going tei follow
the rules of debate. We have not strict
ly enforced ihem in ad cases before,
but if it comes to a question of procedure, we will  bave to enforce them
Ahl. MeKinnon—This couneil lias not
got anything to do with whether they
are going to sell liquor there or peanuts,  have they ?
MayoiT. Kilpatrick—Not so far as
the city bylaws are concerned. Well,
if you wish io consider and discuss the
matter without a motion, ii J-1    alright
II at is wa understand it is the temporary building we are to discuss. Now
Alderman McSorley.
Ala McSorley—Personally they have
broken the Inlaw in putting this building up, they have never ,made application for a permit but put ihe building
up, directly against the bylaw. an I
person!.Ily I will not be a party to hav
Ing ihis building given permission now
If we are going to have bylaws, they
should be enforced. If this bylaw can
he broken, anything ean be done.
CE, Gillan—Of course I cannot -peak
until the discussion is closed by the
i ouncil.
Aid. Horobin—To bring this matter
before the council for purposes of dis -
CUSsion I move "that Mr. J.C. Tapping
be given the necessary permit for the
erection of n temporary building on
lhe site in question, and that ths same
ie.' removed immediately the new stmc
tur.-i- completed, nnd that the city
be absolved by .1.('.Tapping fr un all
lamage or blame from fire or any other cause whatever arising."
Aid. McSorley—What is (he idea of
giving a permit in build a building
ihat  is already up.
Al I. Horobin—This ds jusi to brinj
the matter before the council lonight
for discussion.
Aid.    M is.mi in—Have we got    any
evidence thai tin-is  the sume    build
Ing that is up,
Aid. Barber—I think that is the
buil lin.;  alright.
Aid. Mi Sorley—Why -n mid w. de il
with this matter tonight, seeing that
the building is already up. 6
Mi Gillan Tin- i a matter which
should be dealt with tonight, There
is an Information laid against i lii -
man. I hai ■■ no Idea who reported the
matter, but there ia an Information ag-
.in-i Tapping for breaking the by-law.
Aid.    McSorley—I Suppose  the    Idea
e.f   till-   i-    te,    get this    colllll-.il     I ll,i| pm\ ,'
of the violation; it seems to be a mat-
fi ..I ta tics.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—If there i
seconder, someone elue will havi
moi e a motion,
Aid. Bourm—As everyone else
' f-ii ilhiwid io put up wooden building-. Io help ihi- mailer nloni; and
Come to some decision, I  will second it
Aid.  McSorley—I do not see how we
an give a man permission  to hi.ild  a
build ng that   is  already  up,
Al I,   M  K nn  n—Well, All.   M. Sorley
'li "•   .'ivi n ■ here to prove  ihat the
build n • is already  up,
\      McSorley—Aid. Barber says the
lin j i- already up.
v i I' u ei Bi ei von • has s ,.|i th-
I'liildin . lhat is the same buil ling .ii I
ilev me   tigging a bole,
Al I, Mi Kinnon Whnt proof h ive we
that thi-   i- the 'aim building.
Mayor Kilpatrick—If there is no fur
11  e
to
has
ther discussion tlm matter will in    put
to ii vote.
Aid. Horobin -Wo all know that th'*
building is up and that the same has
been erected before the necessary per-
missionfrom the aiiuiil has been given
Mr, CHIluu—Application was mude 2
weeks ago,
Aid. Horobin—This application is only duted Lath Sept,
Aid.   Me 'Sorley—I claim  this  discus -
sion is out of orilcr. I ause ihe matter
is not mentioned ln the special notice
. idling i Ills meeting.
Mr. (lillaii li is ,,nly application for
leave to ml i.e.line whieh require no
tlce.
Aid.McSorley—I made a motion that
this matter be nol dolt with, a- it is
not on thc order paper on which this
- pecinl meeting  was called.
Aid. McKinuon—According to pnrlla
ini'ii i ii ry rules, can a motion be made'
on a motion.
Aid. .MeKinnon—Has the amendment
got anything to do with the motion.
1 do not like io see this jangling back -
ward nn.l forward over this thing.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Dos anyone
support this amendment.
Aid. McSorley—I wish to poiut out
ihat tb" city'bylaws have been flagrantly violated, and that now they
eome here with a solicitor to get the
city council to uphold iliem aftor Hug-
ranily violating the city bylaws. I
for one, do net think it is up to this
city couneil to leiiJ their aid to this. |
Aid. MeKinnon—Do you think tlio
Council graining permission would validate the bylaw which lms been violated '.'
Aid. McSorley—I do not ihink it is
up to tho city council to uphold that
kind of thing.
Aid. MeKinnon—So far as the evidence before this eity council at the
pii'si'iu time, a buil ling of this kin 1
could be erected with ihe permission
of tins council alongside ihe one now
erected.
Mayor Kilpatrick—A few weeks   ago
a case of  this  kind, Involving n build -
iiiLr already   partly completed, was carried    unanimously    by  this council.   I
will now put  the question.
The   vole was then taken
For:—Aldermen   Douiue,   Horobin, R.
Howson,  Barber.
Against—Alderman McSorley.
Alderman .MeKinnon did not vote.
Mayor   T.   Kilpatrick—There  is    the
question of the other request.
Aid. Horobin—1 move that th-mutter of ih" oth r application be loft over to the nexi council meeting.
Aid. MeKinnon—1 move thut the
mailer be placed up to the Building In
spector in accordance with the bylaw.
Aid. McSorley—The building inspector we have is only our cityforeman he
knows very little ubout buildings. He
is not a lit person to pass on a ques -
tion of   this   kind.
Aid. McSorley—I seeou I Alderman
Horrobins' motion.
Mr. Gillan .n tl.al • ise I may point
out there is reason for hurry in the
construction of this building. Vou all
know what ilie winter in Rovelstoke
i-, there is p responsible contractor,
and a responsible architect who has
done the best workevei done in the
town. It this i- delayed for a week to
know whether or not ihey can put eon
ei-etn inii means a serious delay. That
will suit some of the people who are
bucking the construction of this hotel.
Their reasons are not things ior thi-'
■ ouncil in any way shape or form; here
we are ready to go ahead with the
. onstiii.tioii of this building,
Ahl. Horobin—Have tbe plan- been
i ut before' the   iiy ■ ouncil?
Mr, Gillan—The question arises why
should   I here'be any  delay ill   the   con
-uu. iiim of  thi-   bull ling.    Wh it is the
purpose of  ilie  building  doc   i n
rem this council so long as the build-
in: licit  with the   requirements   of
the     lily     bylaws.      The  city      coun-
fit have  nothing  todowith  the ques
lion nf ih'   license.    If the  construction
meets with the    requirements oi    the
city bylaw, then   tlie city  council    will
naturally   approve of   tin''plan-.    If     it
lines not meet with their approval it
should be referred hack to (hearcbltect
fer his explanation, I submit that the
tabling of ibis for a week is an injustice lo lhe owner who wishes to proceed With the building. Why should
this man be prohibited any more ihan
l'ele  Levesque wa-. ?
Aid.  Horobin —I would  like  lo   poinl
oil thai this motion does not prohibit TaDpiny going ahead with the wmk.
Tapping is going ahead willi lh" work
n nv. Thero is a matter here. these
specifications provide thai the material hill be approved by the arohltect
I think that the name of the cily build
Ing Inspector should be Inserted in ihese
-poriiliaiioi s as  the party  approving,
Mr.  Gillan—tf  you have  not B    com-
(Continued on Page Eight.)
Interesting Local Case—Full   Report
of Proceeding's
At the City Police Conn on Tuesday
morning, before Magistral.'Dr. ii.ieil
I ton. a ease which attracted much pub-
lb' interest was heard.
Mr. J.C. Tapping, was charged with
a breach of the City By-laws.
Mr. CE. Gillan appeared foi Mr.
Tapping.
Mr. w.l. Briggs conducted the prosecution.
Thi charge agalnsl Mr. Tapping was
read ns follows;—Thai he did on the
17tli Soptember unlawfully erect a building, the outside walls thereof no:
being io n| oso ! of BUch material as laid
.lown in the ciiy by-laws governing erections     within     ih.-     Bro lomii-.
Mr. Briggs opened the case for the
prosecution, calling lirsi City Clerk
W.A, (I on Ion.
Wifn.'ss said—I do not know whether
sworn certified copies of city by-lawa
are mi Hie iii the Police Station,
I Mr. W.l. Briggs—Perhaps the Acting
Chief of Polier can give us that information. According to the regulations  these by-laws should be here.
chief of Police—This particular   law
is noi here.
City Olerk Gordon (witness1)—I   have
I a copy I brought with me. I am act -
ing City Clerk. I have bcena. ting sine'e
the .'iih day of April. I know Mr. J.C.
Tapping. The application has' come
before the eity council, for approval, oi
erecting a  temporary building on   his
I lots on Orion avenue. His1 Worship the
Mayor handed me the application yesterday morning, dated lUth September
The applicatian came before the council last   night.   Nothin:   in   regard    to
j this application came before the council until last night. I have seen Unbuilding of Mr. Tapping, at least 1
know there is a building,  I  hav"   been
j in iln> building;!  do n >t  I. now   if     it
ers
was completed, but the io.if Was on,
and the chimney was on.   I ha 1 a per
, Bonal application to erect this building
or for a permit for same, about ten
days ago, anion Saturday I had the
application lor ihe small building,] do
not know if the Urst building was the
same.   I wa*' ask .1 If I had a form   on
I Saturday, it was slated detinit.'ly it
was a small building permit that was
required, that was on Saturday morn-
iug about In a.m. I Know I heel n
power to give any such permit. I refei
fed application to the building inspector. I referred application to the buil
ding inspector. The request on Saturday was made to me by Mr. Tapping.
1 referred them lo A.P, Lundell, build -
ing inspector. Mr. Liin.lell is city buil
ding inspector, city foreman, city engineer and watei works superintendent,
Yes, lie is a man of various ,, cupa-
lions. 1 do nol know what was the
resull of the application, but I believe
it was favorable to the buil.ling   being
creeled.    I   wenl    to   I.undell   wiih Mr.
Tapping, 1 siiw the certificate Mr.
fjundoll gave, inn I merely gl in
er it. I cannot say whether the certi-
ii. ;lt.e gave any Information as ti thi
•ue of the building, Mr. Lundell did
noi write it out himself. 1 asked what
was the right thing to do, and It was
made oul in ir • ordan • wuh tbat. 1
believe that Mr. MeCarter, oi under bis
authority, made out tbs certificate, I
ib. a..i know whet inu  Mi   McCartei  i-
Mr,   Tapping'-   -oil'Hor.    Thui   is     all
that oi 'uieil ,,n Saturday. It w,,s ,.,
lhe Saturdaj evening that the permit
was given by Mr. Lundell,
Cross examined by Mr. Gillan—There
haie usually  been permiti Issued     foi
these four blocks,   There has I.
i- nod to Mr. Levesque,  that  i-  within
tho blocks covered hy the ire   limits, i
do not know whether any was issued
for repairs to the King   Edward botel.
I wa-not acting clerk at the ume.     i
was nol rity . lerk, an I I c mn
whether ii was a common thing
low work in go on wilhoul   permli      I
know    nothing    about that.   I
parts of the bylaw have b.vii re| ealed
Yes, I   believe tl,.-re   Wai   :i sin ill       tir--
and some altei sl ion lo i ho Km. K I
ward hotel. Application foi permit nev
er cams through my hands.  Then
1 ii  ui applical "ii foi   Mi   'I.r ;
k-'allowed to erect a temporary build
ing; this w.i, pns dai the meeting ol
last  night.
CrosiMex.'iiiiin • I'n- Mr Briggs— The
meeting lasl ul III u is to consider the
draining, and any other mattei deem
od expedient The Tapping matter was
ne.' spe. lally mention • I, there vt i
to     eoiisiili'i   an..' other
dei :;.  ! expedient.
A !•'. I. ni lell, BWorn, stated—1 am
building inspect oi for Revelstoko, Y'es
I till Various ot Iler posl . ns I know
this building Mr. Tapping erected on
bi ..i I ii Ortoi avenue, They com-
ne need to pul up • '..■ building last wren
I wa- nui notified about the building.
I wns nrst notified on Sat.ir.lay night.
The city.len inform d me. They hal
a form, an tasked me to sign it. I hnd
seen tbe building before, having put
the watei through. 1 was asked if the
building was -afe far a temporary build
ing for -ixty nays, ami I said it was.
1 signed th.' paper. I was imi told
nt thai time that Mr. MeCarter said
it would be alri.'ht. It was latei when
I w.i- informed Mr, M 'Carter said it
woul i I..- nl i.'ht. It i- only during
iie-'ast few .lay-I have seen the bylaw. I knew o i Saturday whit powers | kal; I was working feu the council, Thi-is the first occasion I havi
given a permit. So far a- I under -
Btand n I am working un lerthe council
Imi lam not very familiar with the bylaw.
Cross examined by Mr. Gillan— The
i y-l.iw speaks for itself.
Mr. W.l    Briggs  then read the-bylaw
Witness, continuing—1 had no time
togiveto it. an ll never reported the
violation ofthe by-law to the coum il- I
hear the by-law says th.- only i.uiuor-
ity to give a permit is the couucil.
This building Is i good material. 1
have not mea-tne-l the building except
what was in the Specification.). No
plans were submitted tome wlnn I
signed the permit. Th- ■._ b and ihe
width were on thc permit. Ip. thi
water ou thelot, I never bother,
out the building.
Cross-examined by Mr. Gillan—1 re-
a tire in the King Edward botel. I was notappoiim-d inspector by
the .o incil it that tin e. At least I
do not thiuk so. 1 do not know what
kind of roof was pui on a: u.e time.
No complaint has been made to me
that the build.n_- i- unsafe. Yes, I
nave examined the Tapping building;
ii is substantially buili. and 1 put ihe
Water on as foreman "f thewaterworks
I-aw the building, and went ro nnl to
get the waterpipes mth.- riMh. pla *
li is a iei.I.l,u: which would meet with
my approval for temporary purposes.
Next witness, Mr. 0-W- AbrahanisOu
■worn, -tai'-J—1 am a > ntractor iu
Revelstoke. i bave had business iela-
tion-with Mr. Clayton Tapping. I e.0;
t . ontract for | tild.ng th • main no -
tel. I did noi bave i iontract Ioi i d
tng the presenl building, It was ! ne by
daywork undei my supe vision. Thero
i- a building on th-- thi i at   tho
corn.r "• Ori ii and First St. I
put up that bull t. | ,•-*. of
Mr. Tapping.   It ;- lixlOfeei, witb i2
feet stud, th.'     rough ■ osi    wa
> b n   Iti- pit  ip in a g oli I an I
■■'■   n ante r.
■  .a   I   by Mi    Gtl a     v.   .-■
LCtb I   "" ■ '   up    ' ih *
'
ly       I",' .      _•       .1 '
sm I he  Woul I h ne it   ii     .  • iUl -■
be i meeting   o'
tl • I tha ighl    it
i
ing.   I ■ '■        ipi i» sal
.Ith..'._-,.    i
.   M i
T ippin ■"
self.   I wi        tal with i ,.11-t' a." ini i i
n iry   nurse ■•'. business   nodtr
.-..I vn   it
Ri       '.. •     I
win n the  fin * King
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. council, t'i ny know
""'•ir.' •   Blight.)
El'iiilllii «'«»'£.«]
All chin.-rs , f s IS must pos- jjij
Itively     be   han.led into  '' - "
office i.y Monday even ng   in 3
Older     that the change shull g
appear in Wednesday's  issue, u
and anv -h ,n es Intended for S)
Saturday's     issue   mut     he [n]
h.ind'd     in     not i ater than §
Thursday     cTenlBj  ol     ea> h ft]
week.        Hu-incss  men  please m]
take note of th- above. ■
SlSlISlSSlAlSKii FAGE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, SEPT.  21,  1$13.
Qews &rug tJtore
Wfcrdt
l^hocofoies
A box* of Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates contains so many "surprises" in
new, enticing, delicious, palate-tickling
confections as to make each piece an
encore for another.
Original and exclusive—arc Willard's Forkdipt
Strawberry Liqueurs. Chocolate coated, with a
filler ot whole strawberry fruit immersed in cool,
liquid cream. Crush the shell of crisp, rich chocolate—and the clear liqueur conies gushing through
—delicious, sweet and sparkling! Packed in
handsome boxes lied with ribbon.
FOR SALE AT BEWS' DRUG STORE
W.   PARRY
AUCTIONEER   AM)   VALUER
HOUSEHOLD   SALES
specially   conducted ii/*
lie Inns anything! uiul everything
at any time, new ami second-hand.
What he has not got lie can get; so
he sure lo call alul see him if you
want to save money,
AV. PARRY
Auctioneer's "Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Kev 1st .ke;  II. C.
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
NEW BOOKS FOR BOYS
100 New Alger Books for Boys 35c Each
50 New Meade Books for girls 40c Each
1200 Nelson's Popular Fiction, cloth bound      5 for $1
NOTICE -After Nov.   1st we  intend
to discontinue our  Lending   Library.
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
OonnaueM Ave.   -   Revelstoko
STAND BACK!
ITS TOO LATE!
Such a calamity mav int hive overtaken you, but where is jour 1'nai-
antee that any ilav aye, to clay, a
fire mav destroy your home ami
possessions.
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE
no matter how moderate the amount,
a pulley protects you. The premium is so ridiculously small that the
price of a cigar a day  uiil  give you
consiilerali'c iiisin.in e. See us
about this to-day remember tomorrow may be too hue.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E, Kincaid, Manager.
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agentsi*
and Storage      .     .    .
FURNITURE AND  PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Battenburg bed spreads and
shams, scan's for dresses.
•list arrived, a new line of
far stole muffs for ladies'
wear—the price reasorable.
Manufacturers of ladies'
sses; gent's shirts and
' suits made to order.
Legal Forms
for even purpose are printed JvJiHn     L^TLiLi
and stocked by the Mail-Herald
Single Copies Sold        Reasonable Price
FR'.NT STREET.     LOWER  TOWN.
Reid Sr Youngs
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SE[ OUR LARGE FALL DISPLAY
WILL OPtr-i
NAKUSP FAIR
Nakusp H.C, Sept. *J*J—For the first
tiim- Nakusp will have a provincial
1111 nisi it to honor the opening of the
agricultural fair here on Ootober 2ml,
The Hon. Price Ellison, minister ol
agriculture, has definitely notified tho
manager, Thomas Abriel, of liis intention. Nakusp will lie particularly fort-
iiiiaii' in this instance in view ol the
anticipated increase in lhe entries and,
ih'' additional attraction of a horse1
>hinv lii'H in connection anil ii i.s hoped to give form o! entertainment to the
distinguished guest, who lias done so
much in agricultural mallets thtough-
niit lhe piovinee.
Iii view of tin- several shows in Ihe
towns ol ihe Arrow lakesthis year,
ihere was hul one display from this
valley al ihe Rovelstoke fair this year,;
that of J. McCormick of llm ion (.'ily.
F.G. Fauquier of Needle's, was on,,   ot
the judges ami passed ihrniijll hero
y'•■ le i lay oiihis   return    home, Mr.
Fiuu'Uier states that th- display ol
vegetables and general fann products
Wns an excellent une. Inn ihat.il was
reali-'il    thai    ih,.   Iruit,ul    lhe Arrow
lakes, so well display-ed in previous
years, was m-caily  missed.
W.W. Foster passed soiiih yesterday
I all.I -lates he hopes lo he presenl at
tli-' Nakusp fruit fair, both in hi--, ollicial ■ .11 a ;ty an I as a member of Uie
Revelsloke Pricket Cluh, whi'h team
will be hieio play tha Nniusp team.
H.H. Gilmour ol Vancouver, was 'a
visitor io town ye 'tenia ..-, retu ning tithe coasi today.
British Relatively j
I Poor Nation
Hn ai Britain is pen-rnlly i o isidere I
h ■ riehesl ol" lhe na' '••■ s. Ellis Har
ter of I'n liml i *-,-rt. ilt.r. relatively
it Is a | ii ,r ,1,1 i a. 'ri, . stntenn nt is
■ ii startling, hm la iked with such wealth of statistics an.l data nn I force of
argument, as to nro ism very wide
-pie a I attention.
The Foitni htly Review for August
had nn .-utile by him entitled "Gr>at
Britain's Poverty an 1 Its Canses."The
material obviously was uathered wiih
much 'a' oi nnd a it nr ml," demonstrated that lhe Briti h ma is b are
.-.'i'i- lin.ly   poor.
Among  grown  wors'ln-gmen  *2,e58,!)lS
a \ ci.ivi'a w.cMy u 11-■ ,,f only *l.Z,l
a    we' .    |n   19119   on ■  of     every    JI
Bi Itish  had rer 'ss to   the poor  law
for assistance, Th ■ n a m-iiy of the
311 per ei in of lh • British | ovulation
• si 'tin.; always at lh • biini of hunger consist of workers in wealth produi mj in lustries.
This   is ,|„. poverty.   What are   ihe
, . es ?
Mr.   Barker   analytically      compare.I
Uriiisli    anel   American   manufacturing
industries.   The  British  largely rely pn
manual   labor,   doing  -o   because    its
low.    But  Am.'lira   uses       18,-
' 75,376  horsepower   of  machinery     te
Britain's   f,083,311.    Consequently    the
Unite I   States,    though    ha*« ing    only
is  many   Inhabitants   as    Great
:..   ha- four  limes ihe  in,-ome-.
Production,   Mr, Barkei  argued, iie-
■ i      .A   man who pri duces
:'-' -I"   worth of   . o nine, Ini ■-   ,tally   .'nil
i    I me' . am -'_'.S-.     In  illli. i-
1 nt produ tion   In British   workers  ap-
I ear   lo   Ml   Barker   to be   the      i aus.'
of   Bi iverty.
incfll leiicy   of      production,     he
 f low   wages;  In
on   thnt   of    high
'*■ iio l< ni   produ. i ion     renders
i     i li :   hesn mnke
dnrd    .1     . i -      Americas
Idei       lue  lo
labi
ip rioi
\n   American
MM       III
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' Faints, 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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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement ol this Company for the tiseal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally inte'rrstlng:
ASSETS MARCH 3lst,    1913   $486,915.78
ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1912  $111,268.00
showing a net gain of $34.*i,f,47.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience nnd practicability  ot the C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS a( 5 PBR CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
II YOU Desire ft Home of Your Own—If you Would Be Independent   of  a  Landlord—Investigate This  plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office :     -      J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Iltvayf the   'Best
"Shamrock?* 'Butter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
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NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING  DAILY
Huntley & Palmer's Nursery Biscuits, per 11    SOc
Molasses Snaps, 2 lbs.   for     25c
Fresh Crisp Sodas, pcr pail J6c
New Summer Cheese, per lb        25c
Orders Delivered lo Any Part of City,
John McIntyre «*. SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
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and      its
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mend hi..ii of He   Vlll ister
■  Inti M.,i making an   idditii n   ol
l.'el     „
'                   '   Lal e Indian Re-
Tho   addition ,1   land   lie    lo ihe
prosonl   reserve,    The men
Hiifl rile  Indian  Reserve     west
■el     |,
oi   Slat  I, tke lm     n   ii i reas -
i-1 by
' Iflf)   iii-.;. while an addition ol
1, '   i
.I'M In    in | |e    ., the    8tle«
kei   (
reek Re ei vc,
YES! WE SELL
4»*
■ti iti
'V '-V
tyty
tyty
Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also a fine assortment of
Fresh Meats the best lhat
money can bin-
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  21,   l?13.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREH
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sasli and Door Factory ou 100 foot lot.
MCKENZIE AVENUE—8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
I8t. STREET—5-roomed house ou 50-foot lot $4000 00
2nd. STREET- 8-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
Double house on 75-foot lot $5000 00
5-roomed house on 50-foot lot $3000 00
5-roomed bouse ou _ $1500 00
3rd. STREET   4   houses $2100 to $3400 P0
10-roomed house on 300-ft. lot $8500 1)0
2 lots (the pair) $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair) _  $1500 00
•th. STREET   6-roomed house, nearly new $2200 00
6-roomed house on 50-ft. lot $3000 00
6th. Street- 3 6-roomed' houses.    Kach $3200 00
9-roomed   house $3800 00
7th. STREET   4  lots,  each      $300 00
8th. STREET   1 lots.    The pair $1600 00
5-roomed house near C.P K. Shops $ 650 oo
3 Shops and rooms on  McKenzie Ave     $ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local A-jency American Casualty Co.
Fire, Life anil Accident Insurance     Government Lands       Money to Loan
AGIST FOR  PACIFIC 8ALE8 ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A CENTRAL  DANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT    .]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES    j ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS j
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest ourrsnt rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
SYNOPSIS   Uf COAL  MIKING
REGULATIONS.
Coal miuiux rmlitB ol the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
oerta, the Yukua Territory, tb*
North-west Territories anil in a portion of the Province ol British Columbia, may be leaBed ior a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual rental ol $1 nn acre. Not more t.baii
2,500 acres will be leased to oue ap
plicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in per«on to the
Agent or Sub-Apent of the district
In which the rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include the coil mining rigbts only, Imt tlie lessee may
ht p«rraitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
be described uy sections, or legal
mih-ilh ih.i'Iik of sections, and in un
surveyed territory the tract applied
lor rili.ill be slaked out oy the ap -
plicant   himself.
Each upiilicnrt must be accotnpan
led by a fee of %!, .vhich will )>» r»
funded if tbe rights anplied for «r.
not available, but not otherwise. A
royally hlnill be paid on the mer
chantahle output of the sine at the
rate of  live cents  inr  tun.
The person oVerntiPtt the mine shall
furnish hip A tent with sworn return*
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal miniuu
rights are not being operated, such
returns should hn furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary (*t
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W.  W.  CORY.
Come and look at our Triangle Sad
irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICED LB. IRON, $3.90
A. G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
Laughton C& Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
^m$k
H, J. McSORLEY, Proprietor.
$•
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Hut there  are  still a   few  people  who  don't
V.now what n safe combination Bell's  Bread
nml   New Zealand  Butter make	
G.
P. O    Box 208
W. BELL
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Separate sealed tenders, superccribed
"Tender for Manufacture and Delivery
1 of Superstructure Metal, Bridge at
| Taghum, B.C.," and "Tender Ior Substructure anl Erection oi Superstructure Bridge at Taghum, B.C.," will be
received by the Honourable tho Minister of I'ublic Works up to noou ol,
Tuesday, the 14th October, for the
manufacture and delivering f.o.b. cars
at Taghum, B.C., and for the complete
substructure anl erection of superstructure, respectively, of the bridge
over the Kootenay River at Taghum,
B. C.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
nnd forms of tender can be seen at the
I 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 ,opyol
thc drawings and one copy of the specification for the sum of twenty-live dollars (825).
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank chei-uo or certificate
of deposit on a chartered bank of Can-
ndg, made payable to the Honourable
the Minister of Public Works, for the
s*um of 31,000, which shall be forfeited
il thc party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon lo do
so. Thc cheques or certificates of de •
posit of unseccessful tenderers will be
returned to them upon the execution of
the contract.
The successful tender r ihull 'urnlsn
a bond of a guarantee company satisfactory to the Minister of Public Vorkl
in the sum of five tliousalul loiW-i
($5,000) for the due fulfilment of tto
contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, seined with ths actual signature .>f ita ten
derer, and enclced in the envelopes
furnished.
The lowest or nny t nd ir not aces
sarily accepted,
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Enjiuoer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B.C.. September 3rd, l'JI3.
Irn-ert to   Sth Oct.
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly as vou nre
at this restaurant. And the service is
only a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is said that the way to a man's
heart is through bis stomach. We are
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in
and try our bill of fare. If per fret victuals, perfectly cooked ami perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. G. TitiAKisoN Manager.
FREE!
WE ARE GIVING  AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Kvery Five Cent Cash  Purchase gets
one Coupon.
The   Greatest   Value    in     Coupons
Gets the Prize.
SEE     MIDDLE    WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Ranges.
We solicit a share of your patronage
Special  attention  cjiven to children
UNION BARBER SHOP;
We have just opentd
a shop in the   .
IDEALP00LR00MS
i
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
CANADA'S BEST
IN  USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN   BETTER NIIW
Perfect Scale, Purity of Tone. Susceptibility of Touch. Beauty ol Finish, Workmanship and Durability.
OUR PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains .ill the
latest improvements and devices Thej
are perfect in ti nn-. artistic In design
ami capable oi giving hfe-lotiK service,
WE INVITE COMPARISON
(^0<><>^<XHH>0<KK>0*<>0<KHH><>0<><><?
Terrific Price Reductions
 Our Weekend Special
In order to clear one of our fine lines
of Suits—values up to	
$25.00
We are offering them practically at
half price, viz	
$15,00
Every Suit is perfectly tailored and
finished   with   Superior Trimmings.
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND
I THE    HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES
KHKKKKKX><><>CH>0<KH><H>0<KK^
^Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
The very best material ami
skill that  money can  secure
ployed in their construction.
the  bi-t
are   cm-
. . It Miqht Be Hot. .
IBTTT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs.
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among: tin1
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the .Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
McKenzie Ave.  Revelstoke,   I!, <".
Ilrail (mice ami Factory, Toronto, Ont.
Phone, 262
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Advertise in the Mail-Herald
5^,m
A VISION OF BREAD
that is always Hunt, white nnd
toothsome, that every one will
eat and enjoy is the dream of
all good housekeepers. You can
realize that vision b.v trying our
bread. Once you use it on your
tahle you will never want to he
without it. Why bother with
baking when wr cm do better.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
cyldded.
Howson C& Co., Ltd. PAGE  KOUR
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
•WEDNBSDAY, SEPT.  21,  1J13.
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SAII.1t.DAY    a I'
RISYKL8TOKB.   ll   I*.
jittcrioi* fltoiblisbtng Company
i im 11 l:n
.1.  K.   JOHNSON, Manager.
RALPH   G.   St'RUTON,  Editor,
\Akiy.h'At l! ■:<''■-•'
It  w ii) probably si rpi ise \ mi in know tlu- cost of a bad stove
in excessive ccal bills during the winter. 'I here ave plenty of
.  u'-\ "iie stove ui'l bum mure coal  than   another,
e in ami let us explain why our stoves are more econom-
' .ni  my oihe r,
.  lecti  i    il - ii ! s'ovi -   ; n 1  il ni   w '11
coming kind.
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WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  21,   l$13.
00 YOU KNOW?
ALU FUEL IS ABOUT
I UK SAMH     Jf     A0
Sto-Ves _for Hard or afoft Coal
or Wood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
001}    $**'Q        9        £»  ,
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8 100.000.00
Savings Bank Department
I ie p si's of 81  iml no"'ud, received, ami  Interesl allotved at   Y
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondences Melted. Q
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan. Mgr.    ?
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Aii Impoi'tanl announcement wus
mi.ic byPresident Gordon iu liis inaugural address to the Oanadian Manutac-
lurcr's       Association.      He    declared   DECLINE SUBSTITUTES
the ilevdopmcnt of manulnciiuvs in the  — ;—:—     —:—:         —
w.si ini;'  lhe Bettlcd policy of the As-
socialion, us  the Winnipeg "Telegram''
l-l   Inly puiiils  nui this shiilllil  nnl   bea
mattei* ul politics    al  all,   ainl we are
_l,i I tei   note that    our   . ont •inpnrui'.v
bn   no  s\ mpathy   with the  \ ie v    thai
there is Inf-ercnt  antagonism     in    the
ivi'si a .-uin-i   manufacturers an      class
md liis reasons for ibis deduction are
obvlo is    and important,     The  "Tele •
I gram" emphasises t'omo pertiueni facts
in  ibis connection, and  -ays  there are
sound economic reasons why  mnnufao-
Hirers who hnve,  perhaps',   not   unnal
ii'a'ly. ii|i to  now, centred their  activl
ties    alniei-i   cx.-lii-ie ely     in  the  cast,
should   now begin   lo turn   tlicir atten ■
Hon,   wiib  more seriousness,  to     the
i  ■ els of the  wesl.    Tin'  wtsi  lias ceas-
rn  io be a great grain  field only     Dig
. it i's lm ,-(• sprung up ou the plains, the
development of natural  resources     lms
ii mi  pioce din ; aparv, our agricultural
population hns grown amazingly In recent yenrie    These  cities and towns ol
i .e' Wesl   n ,il   manufa -turers   in    n ,n.|
out iheir i ivi.- lit'".   The basis eif every
community is rightly acknowledged to
bc agriculture, bul  n , cen re can    uch
ieve its true greatness If ii i- i.> remain
entirely  dependent      upon   agriculture.
111.- establishment ol  manufactuiin r in
dustries    pio.'ldesun   increased   homo
market for the farmer, it gives employ-
1 nc n* to thee  la'uir wlii h  a community
hus to otli'i. it is, .ii  fact,   the couple-
in, in i.i  ngrlciilture in  the  buildine up
of   a   prosperous'     community.   There
I was a   time   in the   west when   pcpula-
tion wassparse,  raw    materials     nol
easily o'tamable, an'l labor difficult l0
procure. Manufacturers were i lx-ti rca-
v justified in refraining trom
entering upon costly ventures. But
l hal day has passed. Every y in sees
the manufacturers' western market increasing.   He might, it  is true, contin-
"" lhe Kevelstoke Nurseries
Concert-Recital
and Reception Dance
X
NCI   MATTER    WHAT
VOU    PAY    FOR    IT.
THE CHEAPEST Is 1 UTTL'TIE 3EARIST '■
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we will   I. II   m u
I M. COURSIER
SEE TH ••
REVELSTOKE-
IVI I r> c il *■> JI C
C. O. BROWNELL, Tenor..
VOK
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
AT ST,  FRANCIS' HALL,  THURSDAY EVENING,
SEPTEMBER 25, 1913
ORK'S FULL ORCHESTRA LOR LANCE
ADMISSION, 50c E ch.    CONCERT AT 8 O'CLOCK
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.Diamonds., j
demands from th • east, hut it ivoiil I
a short-sighted policy toexpec! thai
th'-v.'-i will forever rest content to lie
mainstay ami support of the ea-l.
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- .'   i*"n Iers,     anl
:      I thewest    g nei   lij.  fi i I
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PHONE 56
VV. H. POTTP.LFf, Prop,
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enn en
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COAL!      COAL!      COAL!
Sole A?°nt3 for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
or
wm am
It will pry you to
make a call at
L j, .-   ,*■:■     - i -M      m
a MJ . Vt   JL' »- 4h* ■■ •>.
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber*s
FoXpert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted     . .
Th. it     the
old r>vi,
\iu\..\ b. c
-in!   17—The Enz'.Uh Comedy     -      -n s-  theatre.
A
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LIVER PILLS
Sugar-coated ^ml .ill vegetable    Di •
only one pill at  lee dtlmi      Foi
Potion,  bllioi el.ee in     Indigestion.
-.ir<.
Ast  Your  ,)o'tor m
.%*V^%^%.5
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^  HEAR THE STARS IN YOUR OWN HOME   ^
E EDISON OR VICTOR MACHINE  ^
2^1 . , . -^m
RSADV TO RESPOND TO YOUR CRY OF " ENCORE "'
Newcombe
Pianos and Players
SHEET MUSIC  ind
'   '.       Illllsii .ll
All the latest "Rags"
THE BINGHAM  MUSIC STORE.  MacKenzie Ave.
Xti.iiiiiLiuiumiiuiuu.m.uuuiiux
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for \V'ai      'III
iih it'tr "I
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hnd nol Ice, nnd thnl i In- uniii  id
l.ralor   v-eill   nnl    lie   li lhl
leefurr huving yonr ont-
lil       Oi      e.\,,| e.lelH       CilllleCS
le r the bush. I make a
sp-cmily of I,'-:-, !ng
Shoe*). Hants. Sot, Shlrta
RlrttiKi-tb mh"! everytliiiiK
. n,,,  i-rel   111 v'ftlir Ollh   M'-^^
WATER    NOTICE.
I.  W.II..-.  Horonin nn.l C.   rt. Mac-
lonald, of Revelstoke, B.C., by occu-
i  Broker   md Dmngiat.    give
Mi' v. • Intend e,n the 1 'Jth day
11  eleven  o'eloek
D   -h-  fur. noon,   to   ipply  to thcWat-
,i  hi     iffice at Rev-
i Ioi   i   icen  ' to take and
on sl    '   .'. i'r   per
■fountain ' Ireek,   i tiilm-
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in Lol  9.B.
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n   •'.       I. B   12, doi
.: .       Ioi  W.J
.   i*. X W.    of   i.iA,   M.,
at I he   him  time
re    .it     n   water
*
Dated ,       .  .,f .inly,  L913.
I ic lonald
■'.    ll   B. Horobin.
Ait.
BANKHEAD   HARD   COAT,
l.\T ill : ::
BRIQUETTES
We hive over 600 tons of the above coal on lund and can guarantee
prompt delivery Now is'In-time to lay in yonr winter's fuel. Don't
ili'ay.     See US for terms .ill ' ]iiiii'.s.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, I'm*.
J. I). SIBBALD, JK , SRC.
^
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order
AU llle l:il,-t e-,,|ee|» ill \|;, | ,|,, ^,, ( '|,.| |,, |e*|illl-y
|>i,...,N.   ,|,l|e.-,|   |i|,| iliee l<ee|  U Ul ~l .'.Ih.     0»«
linebumlredlatest patterni t<> cIioomi from-
nee i ro alike.
FANCY COATINOS    I     | *..l..«l   .N.-« V.irk
creatloni snd tii..  vi a\ late -teerk in
II. I*.        I.llllie'.e.  U| x|e,-, (   )I1U, ||  tf.tn,  „.. ,..u,
imi lie disappointed srhen the) nave Uieli suit
or l.uni! i*iiiii«h>" Coat mails lq us. Wabata
ii,. \-i\ hostdoslKnsfrom i*.«n. in cbains nt
Lhli eii.|inri ini'iii. i hi'ii' Is no inll or eoat ton
iuui i i in make.
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
THE   I.KADING    LADIES'    AND   MEN'S   TAILORS
TO THE PUBLIC
.M II :    li il  .1   l.o
i I:.A.  ■ I   of    .1   '■•
II     |!(|ll li       I,''   'il
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ii cl   Ife   •■! i ■ ■ k.-. namely I.'i-
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"""   "f   u"""   '•*■  ,""-" "•"    , ,'   for Hi-  In '. ..I    eii.ll'    '    -
I wi'iiM respectfully rail *>onf attention to my full line of Woollens just
• I. | ,.| '..I Kail and Winter wear, comprising the latest styles, labrlca and
coloring - in ne« and desirable effects,
I v\ eii.l also call your alteiilion lo the fact that I have laken a full
. i.iii-.c of ine-'iiie'iion li ciiiii.ii; men and women's garments at "the John j.
Mil. hell Co " i i'liu.: academy, New Yoi', City.
Have worked and (rained practical experience with leading tailoring
e i iblishun nts In the large cities, and <"-m safely recommend myself as one
wh'. thorough!) understand cutting, designing and making of men'sand
women's garments. Therefore, uai eould not do any better than leave yonr
order here l"i   oui fall and Winter garments.
H. F. M0RTENSEN
have i'i'i"i'ivi'.l out i'i'.
Dated at Ret Rlstok", B. (■   th    I
day of September   1013,
I I A i: \  l.\ ,    Ml   P \|."| iai   eV    I'l"- e, 11 \ 1|,
Hollclti rs for Wnlti rli   Hi II.
lill     llll"        I '     '   . ' | e   I i
■      lie   I ll"   |.l '   OH    " ,    'i   ' ' Ill'     I'lil'lli'l
ill'     I'll'-I      Sl    e"l    elliel    'l|'ii||    ex    e|'l|ee.    he-
i a i"' - i'. i** ""i in in Murk it. r iiii
||   1(1   V.     Ket pl     leel.',..
Dated tlii- *Vh day of Se-ileniber, II 18,
.1.   I        I   ll'I'IM,.        |
ACROSS   FROM
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
THE   CLUB.','
Advertise in the Mail-Herald
'» WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  21,   1$13.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE TIVB
mammssasmsaim.
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second lloor,
New House furnishing and Carpet
Djspiri-Ti3.it o.i Second Fljor.
levelstoke's Department Store
C. £. /fume & Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
i
i
Women's Kitchen Aprons
A lot of Women's Kitchen Aprons in   Big Styles,
coyer up the entire dress.    This line is all made
in extra  i il   qualities  of  ki>("I   ginghams and
galateas,      You    could    not   make   them   for tlie
money.    I!ach 90r
English Cushion Covers
I.uvely colors and designs, great wearing line -all
new goods.    At $1.00, 50c" ami 25c
Dress Goods Bargains
1 iiii vmi get your share of the big Dress Goods
Bargains this week. There are still plenty on
sale. Plain cloths, serges, fano ,lre-s goods, all
Sl 50 t.e S2.00 goods, for 90c
"" New Arrivals |
SE
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•3
3
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Sr
Women's Winter Coots
Children's Bear Coats
Children's Carriage Robes %
Children's Few Dresses |
Wools and Yarns |
Colored Corduroys \%
3
D 3
E JUST TO
8£
Ladies' Suit Bargains
On Friday we have on sale 10  i.:e!;i-'   Suits,  new
iiieeilrls, ii.ivy, blue ami brown, tailors' serge, new
long coat, euiau.n front, slashed --Uiit.  nice  large
buttons,  satin   lined, any  -i.r     Nin  ",-.',i recog
nine a bargain when vou see theni, at $ 15.00
Children's Goats
One hundred Children's Jerseys ami Knit Coats,
all colors ami sizes      Snug, warm, link-  ideas   for
the little tots at each $1.00
Warm Pall ami Winter Coats for little girls ami
children—the very newest and latest novelties for
the small ones in the new fabrics anel trims. I'i:
children from 1 to In years. Vou should see
them.
Sale of Aprons
A big lot of Fancy Tea Aprons, muslin, with embroidery trim. Swiss, with lace trim, ami some
fine Lawn with colored flower.    All .t 50i*
■4^
THING AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
St, 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
Men's Working Trousers
A pure wool Halifax Tweed ;
comes in dark grey only:
made with the " CARR'S "
label, which stands for everything good in workmanship
and just the thing for cold
wet weather.
PRICE:—$3.50 PER PAIR
WOMEN'S SHOES
Our new stock of Fall boots and evening slippers have just come to hand.
They are the product of the J. ioi T.
Bell Factory, and we feel confident
that nothing has ever been shown in
the city to compare with them. All
the new lasts and leathers in both boots
and slippers. The most careful and
fastidious shoe critic would be pleased
with the new ones.
BOOTS FROM $4 50 TO $6.00
SLIPPERS FROM $3.00 TO $5.00
Our^ Grocery and Crockery^ Department
PICKLES
How about yoar Pickling Onions and Cucumbers. We have them fresh every
morning, also green tomatoes, ripe tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower and celery. Best
qjality of malt and white wine vinegar.
PRESERVING  FRUITS,  VEGETABLES
Preserving Peaches are now coming in from  Summerland every day.    Leave your
order with us and be sure of price and quality being right.
Apples, Plums, Grapes, Pears, Canteloupe, and all seasonable fruits in stock all the time.
Carrots, Beets, Turnips, Squash, Pumpkin.
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.
, frfrfr^ fr^^, $ fr it. fr $ l|l .|. $##$$$$$$$$$ ill .3. fr .ft fr l|l fr fr
§
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IMPROVED   GEM    SEALERS   BEST   ON    EARTH
PINTS, QUARTS AND HALF GALLONS
JELLY   GLASSES
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V/e are unloading to-day a carload of New Baled
Hay.   Order early.
House   Furnishing   Department
A New Lot of Curtain Goods just opened   up,   in   Scrims,
Madras and Nets.
lt will pay you to look over our Table of Wall Paper Bargains this week.   The Prices are right as the goods must
go.
mBUUMKif.J.lJ—■ PAGE SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  SEPT. 21.   1$13.
News From
Far and Near
\   . . ■ u   nf a i'''i'ii:  i onii ■■ 'I  with
...   Un   ed Sl it.'- govei nmeni   **! ,0U0,-
,-ortl    ii sealskins Irom   ili ■  Gov-
,       ■ m   -  eatdi ol AlasUau wall   Iiave
: .ii Si. Louis.   There were 2,21 li
i ,   bo lol    For more  ihan forty
ii.■   Alaskan call li  lm- been  seal
Ioi . where thf furs were dressed
■    .> I.  Wub the aniieeieiM .'ui'-at thai.
-,■ rnment   hereaflei'   will ship tha
, ocal   firms i omea  iln*     au -
■ 'it thai the Lon Ion dyere will
h   a  plant iu   St. Louis al onco
li   ,s estimated by      local     dealers
I,   ,  move will cau> ■   i   re lue-
i    :. ol  lorty   per cent, in  the    eost  oi
t-e-..: ,.     , . I
w   ii.  Whitlu, .if  Winnipeg,   i-ouusel
i      th    Domini m  government   In   ''
inquiry  inToi i oto -t.i1'-1
, lie Dom uii n  - ivoi iment    would
j     ,      .      , ll     •'    !•     idj        le'l       I liptlOll 0<
i*ing een Septembei  -'■'. Regard -
:      :,   .      Lb itj  ol ihi   i     '■ i
• B im ther postpouemeut   oa the
.   i i| al thej  uoi ded more I lm i I
p,     .:    meii    .is''. Mr  Whitla declared
I   |   ih,- , iniiiiii   ion woul ■■ uol   igaiu
Ioi   any   <U h   laiti     I      I     p U
, ■ Lhe railwuys, li the- governmeui    is
...    10   jo   on  with  the :
i     ■ immission will not lisl i
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment
District, Province of British Columbia.
. i   excuse or delay.
Fifty thousand persons made use- of
; bath   I'"" ies   .'ii   the  eity ot
Vancouver    bathing beaches   this   sea-
Bon. Thc bah houses where payment
squired bring  lhe grand  total fot
the city  bathers lip to 112,iA'U.
Uu last payday in Phoenix,    about
S-:,"tit< wa= paid out to the miners,   li
is estimated ihat. there are upward   of
gl •' in n      working   in     anel ound
Phoenix at  the present  time    01   this*
: SOU are at  the Granby, 200 at
: ., Rawh de and  betwwn  150 aud  2M0
*  .  Gold Drop.   Three tralnloads of
taken every      di
mines   ut   Phoenix   and shipped   to the
-ftneltei* at Grand Forks to be treated.
tl
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Saturday, the llth day of October, A.D., 1913, at the hour of IO o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B. C, I shall sell at Public Auction
the lands hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent
taxes unpaid by said persons, on the 31st day of December, 1912, 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   jyCZEZtsTTIOIt-TIEID
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
Chas. F. Lindmark	
E. W. B. Paget	
A. M. Craig _	
J. B. Old	
Joseph Grafton	
i n.   the Mike Grady	
P. J. Olson	
F.C.Elliot	
v\hilc   ihe   selection of   a  dnte     for  Egt_ Wm. Baty 	
Thanksgiving Day has uu*. yet been Mrg> E1,en McDougald
e:oasid ie-.l hy lho cabinet, n. almost p t rvi
v-ertaiu ih ii the practice uf the lasi few
years in choosing the last Monday in
i_ lober will be adhered tu The Monday Thanksgiving, which provides -j.
iveek-end and makes it possible
I ■ men to travel to spend ihe day
weii their families, has proved to be a
; dai ni.--riuiti.ju which u nol likely
leparted from.
M.Grady _	
C. E. Wallis	
L. Thompson and H. MeCarter	
J. C. Montgomery    _
Metropolitan   Gold  and Silver   Mining   Company-
Benjamin Nash         _   _
|L. F. McDougald ....„_ _   . 	
Lot
Pt.
T1'*' Arrow Lake Orchards, Limited
Tbi   Australian  Liberal   association ^*   "OOlsey   .
will not  take nny further steps in the  A.   M.  1 inkham
in of   re Iprocity with    Canada P. J.   Olson
■•;,.   considerable     time, possibly  W. F.  Ogilvie
l •  ie.!   another twelve mouth-.
I    ited  e,n Saturday   ■ 1-'   iu  a
nt made ley the Prime ..:
i'h 1 !o >k .ei 1 epl .it   ;   pies-
tion bj  Mr. Kiunk    Tudoi  ex-.v
was 11. uegol :>
.. th Hon. G.E. I*' ■ ■■       iting' t
visit to the 1 omnie'v.'   1
Much political capital is  being  uud:
OUt oi tbe a.tiouol Statu Labor Mem-
,      WllO,    'JU     ie. ■ 0   .
athdrev      ■      anu
im thi
aer.    Webber d I
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:.
Lots 14 t.o 29, 38 to 40
of Lot 7
501
769
864
869 Lots 6 to 13 Map 905
1138-1139
1143
1147
1147
1784
2112 Galena Bay
3945 Arrow Lake
4467 Duncan River
4951 Ferguson
6939 J Interest 6940
7047 Ferguson
7159 Edgewood
7544 Arrow Lake
7598 Arrowhead
7599
7635 Galena Bay
7958 Arrowhead
7976 Arrow Lake
7980     "
G. 1. K. D.
Sub. 21
Pt.
L. F.  McDougald .
Captain L. H. Fraser
F. A. Currier, et al
A. A. Burton
Nettie Marshall
Pt.
' 8031 "
' 8033 "
1 8034 "
1 8035  "
8049  "
' 7633 Burton City
1 8177 Fosthall
8143  "
8402
8501 McDonald Creek
8509
8511
8156 Arrow Lake
8130  "
816:5  "
8185 "
3230 Burton
8705 Burton
Acres
99
293
106
145
328.91
314
320
149
1
320
160
160
153
315
80
400
1280
154
98.5
162
159
136
93
640
640
626
150
286
557
640
640
400
355
320
320
270
324
135
144
120
317
40
Taxes
$407 10
29 50
10 01
29 00
03 50
100 00
103 60
24 00
27 20
156 00
53 20
12 00
91 80
213 90
19 20
144 00
160 00
44 00
64 00
20 00
25 OO
78 00
54 00
324 00
264 00
324 00
102 00
66 80
224 00
232 00
224 00
156 00
128 00
120 00
120 00
164 00
35 00
21 75
25 0t
36 00
,r»0 00
20 80
School
Tax
28 35
II  50
20 50
19 15
Interest
if 122 96
1 75
60
3 29
2 80
r, 40
21 20
2 25
IS 00
At 65
5 00
26 55
6 55
no
7 20
Tii 26
1 20
13 05
6 40
2 M
-.1 !5
70
1 60
11 48
r, 65
36 15
20 88
34 20
13 90
•1 90
17 80
*J() 10
19 75
12 55
11 05
9 10
L0 ns
10 60
2 10
1 15
1 35
2 15
2 70
1 86
Costs £&
Exp'nses
00
00
00
00
00
Oil
00
00
00
00
00
2 00
2 00
00
00
00
00
00
Oil
00
00
Total
$ 534 05
33 25
12 60
34 29
68 30
107 40
155 15
69 75
54 70
184 55
80 90*
14 60
101 00
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2 00
2 00
2 ou
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
Dated  at Revelstoke, B.C.. September 2nd, 1913.
N. R. BROWN,
Deput> Assessor and Collector.
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O.  B.  N'.   WILKIE
PROVINCIAL  LAND  BURVBT
Office: Lawrence Hardware Block
RBVBLBTOKB, B. C.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.I
ARCHITECT
Box 203, Telephone 313. ReTeletoke
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M>-«t.i every Thursday «vanlng Id
Huliirk Hail at 8 o'clock. Visiting
hrathran  cordially  Invltad.
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COURT
BURGESS    AN'D   TAGGART.
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Dominion and  B.   0,   Land
Surveyors  and  <"ontnu"or *
'j.  Boi 317       Kamloops, B.C.
Regular     meetings ■ .  MaH-
lfellow«      Hall
on   thi  Thl rr)   M ,rr laj     9  ea
at  *  p.   m.      Waiting  brethren      ara
tordtally  walfoma
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Braich   Office   Wumon   Realt.7   C«.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOME No. IOU
Mountain
O.  W.  O.  W.
vitw Damp,
Ho   «»■
'('oniinited on Page 7,
Meeta     every flrtt and  third Tuesday   ln  Oddfe.lowB    Hall.      Vlrttlnf
lirethern  cordially  lnvltad  to  attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
Meeta Second    ami      Koiirth  Wednea
daya    in   each   month   in     Helklrk
Hall.      Viiltlnn   Woodmen  ara
eordlally Invited to attend
JAMKH   M.-INTYRB,  CO.
H. W. EDWARDS, Olerk.
Meeta In I. O. O. K. Hall nait to
Tapplng'a Otiera Honea every lecond
aril fourth Monday In month. Viaitlng  hrft.hran  cordially  welcomed.
H.   V.  MORGAN, O.  R.
WM.   H    CAMERON,   Rec.-fUe.
HARVEY,  Mel ARTBB <* COMPANY
I', 'i      toi 1      lolil ilorH,   Dto,
Oilier
ii iiank nl"'1 . Reveletoke, B.O,
Three Big Days - Sept. 23-24-25
BLBVBNTH  ANNUAL
NELSON   FRUIT   FAIR
AT NELSON, B. C.
.  "" Event of the Kootenays
I-        UKi   FREE     ACTS    TWICE   DABLV l.-J
SEK  •' REX COMBDY  CIRCUS"—SEE
A delight for young and old ''THE BLUCHE8," "LBS JARDYS"
Pun in a Hay Wagon, A Eui ipean Sensation ..Waltc- Stunton & Co
Chanticler, the I liai t Rooster, ami the Dancing Geese,
"V. M. C. A." Pyramid Builders in Living Pyramids.
"Texas," the Strong Man, in marvellous feats of strength.
HORSE RACING. ROi-ii  DRILLING, ami other numerous attractions
THE BATTLE IN i Special Veature Day and Night ITHK ELECTRIC
THE CLOUDS       I H1TVS   FIREWORKS (.SCREEN
As i . Bented at the A.V.P.
SINGLE PARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP ON ALL LINKS
A.D.EMORY. President. G.   HORSTEAD, Secretary and Manager.
Nelson, B.C.
P. (i. P..
.192
Smmlom
tejlckly Itopi  i - -■   hi,
1   .he throat unJ :.**.* i.
cures colds, ar 1  heals
H        II        ao cents.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.   ALBERT     STONE     PROP;
vat^HgS^iwa<t^^.t. .»,..afc„.. WEDNESDAY,  SErT.  21,   1$18.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE   SEVEN
S. G. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
LETHBRIDGE   COAL
FOR SALE NONE BETTER.     PHONE 60
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2x4   2x 6    $13
N o.    1-2 x 8    $19
No.    1-2x10   2x12    $20
We ure overstocked in No. 2 and No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above priees us  long as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
Worlds Largest British Steamer
New Triple Screw Express Steamer.
OLYMPIC   46,359 ion-; 882 feel long; 92 feet broad.   Fitted  with  DOUBLE
SIDES and DOUBLE BOTTOM.    Average time of Passage under 6 days.
Sails from New York to Plymouth,
"        Cherbourg,    Southampton
Sepl.  13,  Oct. 4 and 25, Nov. 19. December 6th.
News From Far and Near
(Continued from Page 6.)
NEW   YORK-LIVERPOOL WEEKLY  SERVICE
S. S. ADRIATIC -25,000tons.       Baltic—24,000 tons,      Celtic—21,000 tons.
WHITE   STAR   LINE
Company's Office:   A.E. DISNEY. Passenger Agent, 619 Second
Avenue. Seattle. 3 Doors from Cherry Street.
Local Ag-ency   C. P. R- Ticket Office.
The Easy Laxative
In justice to yourself you should try Rexall Orderlies, — your
money back if you don't like them. They are a candy confection that really do give easy relief from constipation.
Good health ii largely dependent
upon the bowels. When they become
slunBish the waste material  that is
thrown off by the Bystem accumulates. This condition generates
poisons which circulate throughout
the body, tending to create coated
tongue, bad breath, headache, dull
brain action, nervousness, biliousness
and other annoyances,
Avoid harsh cathartics and physics.
They give but temporary relief.
They often aggravate the real trouble.
They are particularly bad for children, delicate or aged persons.
Come in tablet form, taste just like
candy and are noted for their easy,
poothing action upon the bowels.
They don't purge, gripe, cause
nausea, looseness, nor the inconveniences attendant upon the use of
purgatives. Their action is so pleusunt that the taking of Hexall Orderlies almost becomes a desire Instead
ol u duty.
Children like Rexall Orderlies.
They ure ideal for aged or dclicato
persons SS well as for the most robust.
They act toward relieving constipation, and also te, overcome its cause
and i.e iniike unnecessary tbe frequent use of laxatives. They serve
to tone and strengthen the nerves
and muscles of the bowels and associate organs or glands.
Make Us Prove It
We guarantee to refund every
penny paid us for Hexall Orderlies if
they do not give entire' satisfaction.
We ask 11* i promises and we in no
way obligate you. Ymir mere word
is sufficient for us to promptly aud
cheerfully refund the money.
Doesn't that prove that Rexall
Orderlies must be right? You must
know we would not dare make sie'li
a promise unless we were positively
certain that Hexall Orderlies will do
all we claim for them. There is no
money risk attached to a trial of
Hexall Orderlies, an.l in justice tei
yourself, you should not hesitate to
test them.
Hexall Orderlies eome in convenient vest-pocket alio tin boxes. 12
tablets, llle-; 36 tablets, 25c; 80
tablets, 5Uc.
* CAUTION: Please bear in mind that Rexall Orderlies are not sold by all druggists.   You cau buy Rexall Orderlies only at the Hexall Stores.
You can buy Rexall Orderlies iu this community only ut our Btoro:
WALTER BEWS
Revelstoke
The Sfegcatt Store
British Columbia
Thero ia n Rexall Store in ntmrly every town nnd city in the United Ptntoo, Canada and
Great Britain.   Thero is a different Kexnll Remedy (or nearly every ordinary human ill —
OUCh I'.-M e i:ell\   i |e     [ j.;||, ■, |  for llu   j  eel lll'lll ..I   ill f(ir wllioll It , ■ I ff if  11 f uAt'l.
The Rexall Stores are America's Greatest Drug Stores
Union   Hotel
JUST NKWI/V REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1-50 PER DAY
'.Weekly and monthly rules to be arranged.        Meal Tickets, .'I meals for ffi.lKI
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. r. LEVESQUB, Proprietor
silver shows a falling ofl of ?2-l2,8C7,
nnd Cobnlt and Nickel oxides ot $.r>7*26.
In addition to the pold there is un in-
ereaseof $6,916 in copper; $347,51!) in
nickel; $108,264 in iron ore nnd ?1,109-
202 in pii; iron. These increases are
derived in comparison with the same
period of  l!U2.
The Prussian eoveinment has bought
a gramme of radium for •*!S7i5-0O 'or 1 c-s
pital and scientific use. Professor liyn
is making an appeal to the nation to
subscribe to thefund for the purchase
of radium, whioh has already reached
$200,000,
Gilbert Murk took a smnll iiold nugget from the claw.if n chicken iv was
drearing for Sunday dinner. He had
raised the chicken at lii* home 'ioor
lhc centre of the town of Woodlan I,
Wash., mi 1 he is wondering whethor
he hns a uold  mime on his property.
Thero lms been a big falling of! in
murder enses in Canada thus far curing the preseni year. Since April 1,1'he
beginning "I the Bseal year, only
seventeen convictions for capital easOs
were recorded al ihe justice depart-]
ment a- against    nearly thirty last year
A.  Friodri h. a  German aviator, accompanied b.v   Dr.  K.   Ellias ot Berlin
landed In   Brussels recently in  an  aero-,
plane after u  Bight   from  Berlin,  a dis-
tnnco   of about 400 mile-'.   Friedridi is
th'..' first   German   aviator,  whn. in  at-1
tempting  lo fly  from   Berlin to ^aris, '
has   been  able to get as far as     licl-
gium.
Lieaining thai h' ha.I unconsciously |
violated the law by driving Ws auto-
mobile past a str.-ei ear which bad
stopped i" discharge passengers, Poli.-o
Magistrate Adams oi Asheville. N.C. I
ordered the clerk to draw a warrant
against him. ami assessed n fine of Mn
and costs, the limit for the offence,
against him-.'if.
Prisoners plnyi-d firemen last week
at Los Angeles lo save their jail. A
lire in un adjoining building threatened
the East -ide' ..ul. A portion of tbo
prisoners were put 1.1 work on the jail
building, preventing the sparUs from
igniting the roof. When the tire was
put om thc volunteer Bremen were
locked tip  aguin   for ihe night.
A project for the establishment of a
Jewish university ut Jerusalem was
discussed al lhe Zionist Congress The
cost of the university is estimated at
$500,000, one-fourth of which ea- already been promised. Dr. W-eighmann
of Manchester, England, urged tlie
necessity of sucb a university, owing
to the' restricted facilities afforded
.l.wisli students in Russia and Ron-
mania.
I
Preparations are well underway for
a great mining exhibition to be held in
Vancouver in 1015 on a far more ambitious -al" ihan ever attempted     in
lhi-    Country   before,    and   already   the
promised support of the Bcheme is
mosl gratifying. A capable committee
li,.- iie- matter in h 1. 1 ■. I \.„ ..;■•.
hard 10 map out ibe details oi the
scheme Inordei to attract men inter -
e.-t. I in mining from all quarters of
the   globe.
Put nn ilii'ii honor not to attempt
to escape, 15SS prisoners of the penitentiary at Si. Quentln, Cal., passed
out of the prison i;aies to the bn8"bnll
grounds for an admission Day name
between the "Whiles'* and "Blacks."
Thc negroes won by ll to 2. Every
prisoner kept hi- pledge an I all were
accounted lot whn the long lino hnd
been checked into the prison. Among
those who witnessed the game were
four condemned men, who probably
walked through tic untos for the last
time. K.eiii other eondemned men
w.i. not   allowed to  leave  tbeir cells.
The tiny particle of radium, worth
about   $8,600,  wbich  was stolen   from
the Ol'i   0    oi  III .  I'..I..     DeVI 1 l.'llll  i'i til
ly.was l.iiii returned through the mail
It i- I hough I ihat the tliief, hawne;
r.-ad ofthe d.-adly effects of radium in
InexpcPienocd hand became frightened
ami deckled to return the metal.
Prof. MerCalll, director of the observatory ..f Miiiint Vesuvius, with several professor! of thc VJniveisiiy of
Munich, ne. ompli-lied a daring descent
into the craicr of ihe volcano last
week. The professors remained inside
tie.' crater two hours, studying new
voloanic ,-icti\i 1 y. The irip occupied
eight hours. The entl ts consider
that n great re-awakening of the volcano is approaching.
King Qeorge has just won a prolonged light with the treasury over liis
coronation expenses,    Lord    Ktiollys,
tCretAry, bad ordered from the
court jewellon in hi- own nam" told
drinkini up t., cost sc.niw as L'i'is to
iiii" Indian princes, Tlie treasury refused  Io   Settle   the bill 111.til    the    jewel-
Iers served a wm   on Lord    Knollys.
!•' •■: 111 a candal, ihe tree my om
promised, payin/   the   jewellers f.,000.
@-$2^@
,. i***^ ^*js^ $^31531 -£?3 ^3tj2^
The Gurney-Oxford
Why it is the Best Range Procurable
It stands to reason that the
foundry of national reputation
for its equipment of the most
notable hotel, restaurant, and
institutional kitchens throughout the Dominion, also makes
the best range on the market
for the home kitchen.
This Gurney-Oxford range is
the result of over seventy years'
experience and experimental
study of improvements to
benefit the woman who toils
in the kitchen.
Even Bakings
By means of a Divided Flue
Strip, the heat is divided evenly
over the top and down the back
and sides of the oven. A pan
of biscuits in the front and
back of the oven will brown
with perfect evenness without
having to change their places
many times during the baking.
The two back lids ofthe range
also receive an equal cooking
heat that will boil two kettles
at the same time.
Perfect Control
The entire range is controlled
practically by one handle,
called the Economizer. It
turns around a series of six
notches to determine the exact
degree of heat required. Such
control saves time, fuel and
labor.
Saving of Fuel
Then again the special Reversible Grate saves coal bills
by burning the coal to a fine
white ash. No unburnt coal
can lodge in the rounded corners of the firebox.
It's Sanitary Too
Its smooth, clean top is polished and requires no black
lead.
The Gurney-Oxford is "different " from all other ranges-
its exclusive devices make an
irresistible appeal to every
woman.
CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEW CATALOGUE," STOVES AND RANGES"
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd. -
NOTICE.
Notice Is lierehy given that tho Canadian I'aciflc Railway Oompany did
on the third day ol September, 1913,
deposit.in the Lnnd rtcuistry Ollioe in
the City of Nelson, in the Province of
British Columbia, Plan, Proflle and
Hook of   Reference   showing    double
track and  grade  revision of  the    main
line of  the said  Canadian   Pacific  Hail
way between Bcnvermoiith   and   Ross
Peak, Mile 74.41. and Mile 88.66, Mountain  Subdivision     "Revised loealion"
duly   approved by   Ihe   Ftonrd  of   Rntl-
way Commissioners for Canadn.
Dated this !Ub day of Septembor 1913
E. W. DATEMAN,
Local  Right of  Way & License
Agent,   Vancouver,  B.C.
st bn. Bept.l8,2t.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Water;
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
Shiloh^
The   family   remedy   for   Couxhs   and  Colds
"Shiluh cotts  so   little   and does   so much!'
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE. B. C.
bev; to   announce that they have opened up offices al :it
corner of First Street  snd Connaught Avenue tor the  | -.-
pose of handling real estate timber, etc.   It will pay  yi
call and get particulars, and ^-ct  in  on ground  Boot   pi   ei
We nlso make a specialty  e,( listed]     |   rt\.
A. McRae,
President,
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.  11 e.isurer
r. o. Drawer No. '■   Telephone No. 321, "AGE EIGHT
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  SEPT.  21,   ljli
J.D.Young  and H.H.  Tnttle of  Van-
iv ■ are in   the ciiy.
B.D. May-hew and Mr.-. Mayhew   ot
Valley, are stopping in low-a today.
On Tuesday  n -xi the  Y.I'.S.   of   St.
John'- rhurch. will hold  iheir opening
. .    oeial
Nexi    Sunday  will -be'  Rally  Day in
S . John's  church.   Special    addresses
music it all services,
lur reporl of the Annual Meeting of
ih.'  Revelstoke    Hospital     Society,   is
:   —i   until ne'xt   issue.
Owing   te.   pressure  em   our      space,
many interesting    local   items    .annot
pear until our next issue.
i.F.  Wai on, ol   lias nno,   Alt ...    is
.   ig a   visit to   Revelstoke this  mid-
He i    e gue i  at   the      King Kd
. hotel.
I). Leigh I on of \ mcouver,   ml  J.H.
K >rr of Kelow i i, are transacting busl-
■ this    week.   They ar i guests
King Edward,
The Ladies  Auxi.inry of the   Y.M C
will meel   this evening at  S p.m. at
home of Mrs. Kilphtrlek, te.     ar-
: inge tor the   omlng bazaar.
All  ranchers  wanting powdei  slionl 1
BYE-LAWS
BREACH
(continued from page one) •
ledge, to allow  any  repairs  thero     or
pin ,eii a  shingle  roof.
Mi.  Briggs—It is a metal roof.
t'i o-s-examin -d by Mr. Briggs—It Is
a rubber building with a cub03'old
i-oof. It was commenced on the 10th
Mr. Tappin-; was'in on Saturday night
l.tit he did nol occupy It. Yes, tho
bar room I believe was open on Saturday night, but ] had the' keys siill in
my possession until Monday.
Mr. Gillan for the defence— I sub nit
that Ihere is no case here. Thero is ro
proof that Tapping is theholder of tho
building. In any event bhe by-law is
invalid, iii that it discriminates in ouly
taking in a portion of the eity whLh
ii does, Ithas beenclearly proven here
ihHi that by-law has be.n broken by
the oiheT aldei-men, just the same iio 1 y
Tapping, andno one paid any attjnti
iu it. This is just a p
IU:tty spile work. Informa
been laid by a man wbo has ol an
inch of property nnd is Uol effected by
ii. namely Chas. A Li-ly. I do r.ot sup
1 use he cares whether  there is a do/eu
1913, unlawfully erect a building without the outside walls thereof being com
posed ofbrick, stone, iron or other ma-
lerial of a like nature within the lire
limits of lhc City ofRevelstoke, contrary lo the provisions of the Fire Lim
it By-law.
The grounds of my appeal are:
I. Thai the decision of the Magistrate wa- contrary to law, and uiiqual-
ifledly against the evidence and the
weight of e\ irtence.
-. That by reason of cen ain public
statements and declarations made ag
alnst lhe informant th.' sai.l Magistral.- -bowed himself biased and prejudiced and thereby disqualified bim
self from adjudicating in the premises
3. The appellant declares thai lie
wa- uoi aware of the matters alleged
in tlie lasi mentioned paragraph until
nfter ibe trial in this matter.
I. This appealis taken on (he above
mentioned grounds, and upon other
grounds,
Dated this 23rd day of September,
1(113.
Chas,  A. Lidy. by his Solicitor
\V. I.   Briggs,  Appellant.
LOCAL
COMPANY
FORMED
lu any in'--"^* "i
-l.r:::; COUNCII
Q
theirorders   with ihe  secretary ol   ,,ui:,tin_,.s  there or  none
farmers'  Insti ni  once.   Theii   pDopi0 be hauled into
' ' '"' accompanied wi h   ash,   Sll,.h pelty ,.asi.s as t,hes
Octob-ii   Uth is  ihe.lay  fixed for thn
starting of  the Winter lime table     on
C.P.R.     Tb ■ schedule last   winter
will be  aboui   the same ns   used      this
winter.
Why should
un here on
It has been
clearly shown that lhe contractor went
to lhe city Imll to-get a permit. If it
was not granted aud approved by the
council, then, it was last night.       The
construction of the   building     was ap-
The St.  Francis  Club has  made   ar- proved by the council at the last night
rangements   to serve  refreshments      at I meeting, It is ..ne of  those petty cases
tiie dan'e on Thursday   omorrow even ' which out to be fired out oi court. This
inc.   Professor CO. Brownell will sing  is my  view, and  the view ofninety-nine
tion from the "1.1     Master-     ani   out of every hundred in Revelst..ke.
'dem music, Mr. W.I. Briggs, for the prosecution
The bill, already passed by the' —1 submit that this is one oi the most
House admitting free of duty ail fot- barefaced attempts at a breach of the
.-uii.e'Cil' foi exhibit at the Panama-'laws which has ever come before this
Pacific Exposition in San Francisco in .oun. Building was lommenced on
I '15, has been pa&ed by the- i.T. S. the Kith and as tar asthe evidence go-
Senate. ! es absolutely  no  plans were  submit tad
(Continued from Page Oue.)
potent building inspector tha! has'nothing lo dowith him.
Mayor T. Kllpalnlck—That will do
from you. Mr. Gillan. Any further
discussion.
Aid. MeKinnon—If it satisfies you it
satisfies me. I ihink someone- ought
to pass on this for the council, before
ii comes up before a .vting for dis-
cussion, and avoid all this. Someone
ought io pass on this and decide whether it compiles with thebylaws: the
council should  not    be oal led  upon  to
We have received the information today that a company is being formed,
and a charier has been obtained to
build a large and up-to-date steam
laundry in the city.
The building will be a large one,
50x100 feet, of lire proof construction
us far as possible, with cement walls
and Uoor. Up-to-date machinery will
be instulled and one of the finest laundries in tho interior of the province will
be located at Hevelstoke..
Owing to tho unfortunate lire which
burned Mr. Earl Barraclough's laundry
io the ground on August 23, last, Revelstoke has been without a steam laundry and has indeed felt ils waut.
Thc provisional directors of tho com
pany are Mi. Walter Bews, Alderman
ILK. MeKinnon, Mr. W.A. Foote, Ma-
yorT. Kilpatrick and Mr. John D.
Sibbald.
These gentlemen, and Mr. J.H. Sib -
bald, jr., of Reveletoke General Agen
.-ies.Ltd., who has been the chief promoter, are to bo congratulated upon
starling an exlei'prise which is of so
much interest to lhe citizens. Not only does the local Laundry lil! a place in
the home washing but caters largely
to tlio C.P.R. dining cars, hotel an I
sleeping car Bcrvice, not to mention the
smaller towns aroun I. In fad it is
one of the most important little industries in  the city.
The steam laudry industry al Rev -
-loke ha- always been a paying industry and now with this new company,
properly organised willi capital behind
them, and operating the most modern
I Innt with the least possible expense in
a firo proof building owned by the com
pany, lhi- business will surely pay
slantinl dividends a'.rrosl from
start.
IOc. line   ::   Minimum 25c
iaiaiaiafSjaiaiaiaEiajsEjaiaiaaaiaia^
TO RENT—One single room with private family, at reasonable rate, centrally  located.   Apply   (o Box  U14,
TO LET—I have a nice Furnished
House to let, on Third street, West.
A.W. Connolly, at G.W. Bells' Store
FOR SALE—Four Milch Cows, in
good shape, animals can be inspected and terms obtained from Charles
Granstrom, across Columbia River
Bridge, Old Town, Rovelstoke
REVELSTOKE
TO PANAMA
via COLUMBIA
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 22—''Trans -
portntidu facilities for handling the
enormous grain OlOps of Alberta and
neighboring provinces will be revolu -
lionized by the opening of the Columbiu river from Rovelstoke, B. C, to
Portland," said Joseph Bunnell of
Portland, Ore, who is in Edmonton on
a tour of western Canada. Ho added:
"For years the dreams of advocates
of river I ran-'portatiou have been to
make possible an out let .into thc Pacific ocean, which would combine cheap
rates and accessibility, This will lio
brought aboul by the opening of the
Columbia. This great tralli. artery bo
iween the iwo countries will nol require
a large expenditure of money to maku
FOR SALB>—Modern Seven-Roomed it navigable.
House. Furnished or unfurnished on "There nas been a party of Dominion
easy terms. Apply to D. McLeod, 28 governmenl engineers at work Bince
Sixth street. early lus't spring investigating ihe teas,
 ibdlity of navigation on the Columbia
WANTED—A position hy mother and'fmm Revelstoke to the International
daughter as cook and helper, or wait- boundary. Reports to dale from tho
ri'ss, Have had experience. Will ac-, party have proved thai iheir eflorts
cept positions iu country or eity. Ap- and lhe $30,000 whicli has been granted
ply  to Box 914, Revelstoke, BC. by the   Federal   government   fortius pur
. I pose have  not been ill  vain.
WANTED—Advertiser wanls furnished "Home dredging and other work for
or unfurnished house for rent, close the proteotion and safe guarding of the
in, good repair, state rent  to J. Mc- ' vessels is all   that will he  required      to
WANTBD—Smythe's Employment Office, men for work at good wages.—
Apply to Smythe's Employment Office,  First  street, Revelstoke^  B.C.
Phcrson.   general  delivery.
enable    Urge flalboltomerd  boats     to
make   the trip.    In this way the grain
WANTED—will pay well for room and crop would be successfully carried     to
Board in  strictly private family with ' lll« Pacific and then on  via Panama oa
no other  roomers.   References,  etc.—   "al Io European ports.
Please  state  particulars   by   mail.— ;    "R<*at  estate interests in  the state of
J.B.  Ellinger, Box 83, City.
Washington have applied to the United Slates   governmenl    to have   a thor-
WAXTEll— Washing well  and carefully I 0Ugh investigation Into the matter and
doneal   (he Col,.reel Hand  Laundry,  with the co-operation of tho Canadian
McKenzie and  Victoria  Road, Fone government thero is   every   probability
sub
lhe'
Ti.ere Willi!*' a special meeting of the
Women's Missionary Society of St,
John's chur.'h at 8 o'clock this evening
Mr-, li.F. Smith, who has spent seven
years In India, wlll give an iddress.
All w.mien of the' city are invited to
- . s meetingf
•  '    Hark In, the Doyen of reporters
.:i ih"  Pacific coast,  died  ati o'clock
this morning after an   illiie'-.s  of    four
in the Buriard  -anitorium V in -
■    The late Mr,    Harkin,     who
ei the wesl  many years ago, was
time the city editor of tho Mon-
3tar, md  was  associated     with
thi  Otl iwa Journal when it was start
* '■■   tit      really   started hi- newspaper
when   he wa-' sent out   lo      over
in for ih" Stai
W. W. FOSTER
MAKES   TOUR
OF INSPECTION
to the council, orthe  permission of  the decide this.
couneil obtained. It i> only as late as
Saturday wlnn the building inspector
was aware' of all this. There ha- been
an absolute breach of thi- by-law read-
in" "No leiiildin.- or structure of any
kind-hall bc constructed within the
fire limits, except, etc.'' The council
Cannot, under tbewoldingof that bylaw, give permission for an erection oi
ihai sort. "When i by law has 'been
Passed regulating lhe nection of buildings the council has not power io approve plans or construction of build -
ings which .i.e noi comply with the bylaw." tbat is  the'   law.    Here is a  build
i more
win h probably  will     be there a   year
From  todaj   ii does noi comply     with
the  terms of the city by-law.
Magistrate  Hamilton—1 cannot    **e,
Mi   Briggs, wh you have made  much
of  .    n ■ ■■     Mr.  Abrahamson got a contract for & ■     .
vent   o   ih" city  hall,
was assure-1 by the ciiy el.'rk that     in
. d   ■
Mr   Abrahamson in everyway
- iply   with     ■ This
•
i ouncil, a- I  understan
lasl  night.
* U-. e to
W.W   Fosti i     i i' il y  min-
■  | I.    .        .      >••-*"! ■
From  Ku 1 • h-     will
* - '..
in in-|
v. '        ■
Mr. Fo-te t at the sum
iss  by W.W.   Bel atter,
of      hf   Banfl in—Thi*
..--.   they   will   ti " ' :'
truetion from S -..-.-
Aid. McSorley—1 do not think any
delay would occur in putting theraat -
ter up for Friday. Everyone knows
there will be no delay on account oi
tin-. There is no u-e of us passing
plans and specifications about which
we know nothing. There are two
points whichAld. Horobin brought up,
leaving everything to their own architect,
Aid      Horobin—My principal   reason
i',it referring  thi-  to Friday   night, was
tbat there' is another  meeting  here to
night   .nd .:   will    jive     ihe aldermen
iini"    to   took over  th.-  spc. iti. at ions.
■" in.iiieiu nature  _, „,      , .     ,    , ,.  ,      ,    ,   ,
There I     ,  ot  whi h might be    look."I
re before  a d>-. ision is   given.
E.C. Gillan   Let u- have anearllei date
How on—These plan-  shoul i be
and   i o ei     o  the building inspector.
Aid.   Horobin—Certainly,    it   -hould
•le'ircd io   'he building    in-
'tO ■   it   Was  hrougni   t,,      this
permiest m of my
.
te plum
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Bt  1
thin*
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Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
JOTES
29>.l,
WANTED — Nursing, apply lo Mrs.
McDonald, Connaughl avenue, soc-
ond door from Second Btreet, between First and Second .-'ire.-ts.
Everything is in lip-top shape ioi a NOTIOB
good winter's work. Now is the time
to enroll, so as to bc ready when the
clashes start. Everyone using the ":yiii
should undergo a Physical diagnosis,
and measurement, which takes about
jn minutes, make a date with the Phys
ieal Director, this is for your benefit
i- well as our proie. lion us we do nol
wish    to   prescrll xerciaes that  are
■ irmful.   Thc following is the   result
of pi op r exere-jses on,
e (1)—Circulation.   Thoro  is an  Increased blood supply io the muscle.   An in-
creased   cui-duic activity
thut the scheme will be pushed rapidly
io a sin- -essful conclusion.
" The     United Farmers of   Alberta
sometime  ago sent an   application    to
the ('anadian government  to have   the
proposition  looked into which lias   re-
-   suited in   the present   survey   party be-
To   LET—A Comfortable Bedroom,— '"'- s,'nl out, and thi-1, together     with
Bath, .'tc.   Suit single  gentleman,— the iniei-e-'i  wbich has been aroused In
25, Second stroet. west. my own  city and other    places  along
  the Columbia, will doubtless result   in
WANTED—A  Fresh Milk  Cow.    Must lhe government of both countries t,tk-
beagoe.d   milker.    Apply   to Mrs.   A. '"K thcmal lor up   fully   al     an      early
W.   Sutherland, Dairy,  Nakusp.  B.C. dale."—Edmonton Journal.
The public are. again re
piesteii to send In all nccounts ow
ng by ihe Agricultural Society.
WEDDING BELLS
BUSINESS
LOCALS
■.intra. Hon. by a stimulation    of   the
ardiac acceleratoi  centre    li  licreas-
•   tbe blood supply to nil  the organs'.
i)   On  Respiration.—It  increase'   res-
i v movements,
'Ii-iid Nutrition.—Tho digestive tract
mulated.
11   nn      I. They  are     iu -
led  .luring exercise.
Now. by  reading this one  can  scent
a glance that proper exercises, ot    ox-
()u Wednesday evening a very pretty
wedding look place in St. John's I'res
lylerian church, wheu Miss Ague,
Creelmau, of Creston, B.C., was mar
ned io Hugh <!, MacDonald, oi Spillil
maohene, B.C. The ceremony wu- performed by  Rev. J.W.  Stevens'on, B.C.
The bride looked charming in ., beau
titul gown of white satin, with     overdress e,f chiffon, and was attended     by
Tho Trueman     Studio is  the house  ,,„,. aaiw Misa  Elizabeth Creelman   of
by   muscular for high class finish for amateur work   lho citv      s ,,ool  sta|T      Ml.   am, Mrs
At the Trueman Studio, aU portraits aie high grade and guaranteed.
—A. Douglas Tournor.
tlle city
nil  prints with white borders. MacDonald will spend their honeymoon
Revelstoke's home of art—Tho True-  iu  Calgary,.alter  which  th-ywill mak
man     Studio.   Call and  soo us,   when
dis, ussiig   portraits.
all.
l'rices   to     suit
their home in Spillimnchene, where
Mr. MacDonald is the post-master ami.
leading merchant.
i.i.     M
!.•
1
require  co-ordination,     is  B0' It nejt
idvance ol the .-t.it.•   contract-  less Coal
■  i (oi     ■: inning one iiiii cla
a unrated   by iho
• .a • men ol   o I iy, in ihe
static conuneiion method   danger lurk-
hal   ' I..*  1 n aih
i    held
«iitf   move
CALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by ihe Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Dui   you gel   yours this week '! If  not,
What ? Coursier's Smoke-
Winter    will soon  be here.    How  aro
you fixed for Coal ?   Coursier's   is tho   gr.
Best.    It is   Smokeless.
A wedding of interest to their many
friends in this city, was solemnized in
Toronto, by the rector of St. Stephen's e-huieli, ,,n August .'list, when
Mis< Poarl Robinson, late stenographer of the Imperial Bank, Revelstoke,
was married io Mr, Jack Veatch. Mr.
and Mrs. Veatch are living ai the
un'- home near Toronto.
Don't forget tb.* it.M.R. Dance, Drill
Hall, Wodnesday evening, Sept. *.Mth.
Admission, Gents  $1,110
The mar(iage of Miss Maude Hyatt,
Of ibis eity, to Dr, McPherson of Sal
mon Ami, lake- place this afiernoon in
St, .J<>hni- church at four o'clo.k.
POULTRY  NEWS
•
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Fall 1  ■
■ t ■
ou,
Be
ih"
ell
•Iim
■  •'.    R,
-
;
of
e .:.■■.
Mth,
••   I       -   i      . lei   ol
*    .
ii  i«i.e-n
ia-. i.
i-i lg ■
some
ANNOUNCEMEf
on McKra le avenue, In the building
known ,
Wb"r.. we will ' : i. • t 0( ioxel-
rv. Wc will umV.f n i •■ ialty of the • i
psir h partment. Our experience In th,.
fpiirof watches, clock*, iewelry   md
en."■ ll   .'.  ''an'  y in   -i   :. ■ .
j» * -inl    Thnn'Mng   .-■.     n advance,
\ ary  i, up., ifullv
fi'* Oo    S    Vl.-ms
nay.   Holden    it Ri
, -. *
..i  i'
r. -in   He
Polii ■    -li i
' '
B.C
T i   " ,11' h.,
.     i       .   i..   :     ■    , ■        i     ,,   .
■ lend   *.. ' a', i    •
.iui" ut the ne       i» ting
■ eeiiniy Com i of w.' '  Kootenay to   ..
al   Re elstoke, B '*.,  on -
i .    ■ ■   Si  I d iv of Oi toher,  101
n-t n   "i inn oid.r of di  mi    nl l>eai
ing   da'.' the   -'Il'l       I .y   of    -'■-!.■.,.:,'■
1 US and i,uul" by  vh .1 II. Hamilton,
i .l*"V ,.    \T . • ■   ■ |  ite, ,,    J|| die . ol
' he   I'"  in     nnd   foi  ' he  I 'oun
Kootenay and Provin e of British Oo-
nnlii.'i    whi I'bi' He    aid   J     f*.  T ip
In - va,     rli  mi.' "d of   0i.-     line -■■     for
hat ho, the   aid  r.O  Tapping, did on
or  about thn  17th day   of   September,
Must Drink me tieer
•i
-.
■ •
in  h.
.ii".   "Foi
itoi       i    hi refore lea
ual    mn of   10       of  »irfi h
lie pai'l to th * Ian   it .
b   ■•
ifldltlon    that   lhe   edltoi   Irii
; .   ■■ date     i   mi .1.
i ihe prfisen     of wilneiAcs '     Tl      ■
tal fm ihi    ujtti i....I.n irj     ffnir    was
duly dept I   in a /.hiich   hnn     .     thl
or ..ine months befor.' he .i,.-.i
The   i  M.C.A
pel-
'
I.
■■
■
i 10
1' I ,
I'l.    I" .
i 10
,   i SO
. 11 III,
i.ie> ...  .      informal
.,
I lines.
■•.'rr.       '.vim
rre
•'■■■■.      i ition    Qti ■
hip   \ir.   -iir- peel
- .,-    .•  tbe
■ ■■'< i   \      withoul
■• rell ■ I   obui h iiieini" r h.p
'; nol n ,,,,,;,,.,.,'„,,,
M
Riled ou     . . I      - . iii.-.i • |th   Hi. ie"".
ai v if . tbi v    mnl. 'he holdei io nn
little    i .   of   ihe  prh ||,.ees.
i"iii  uemi,, r 'in. Ho    fnttrnwdlata |T,
! mloi i J.i
Tl lit os     oi  the Mail-Herald  and
itafl are   indebted to    A'r. .lames  Mc-
Intyro for a  box    of N... 1   Marguerite
11      win.-h we will enjoy while he   ig
mi hi-' honey moon trip.
FOOTBALL MATCH
NOTIOB
'l her.'will  li.'a football  tournament
at  Kamloops on the  J.*ith,  26th     and
JTih inst,   when   Rovelstoke and  Kam
ri,.■ s   s   Revelstoke will leave    the loop,  1(.llllls wil, p,iiy  a  c,hampionship
Ity wharf on Tbesday morning,  Sept.  match,     Tll„ offlclal line.up of     lli(.
'■"'■ "' Sllt    '''*lo'*k  forl.a  Porte   loc,t,  (0am js as f0Uowa:
tJoal, Porter;  light back, ti. Totter-
LIQUOR LIOBNSH ACT. lnKloll. w, backjH, Tail; m KU ^
J, Rais;    centre    half    back, A. Bell.
.'    isherebj  givsn thai on     the rignt half |m„k| s. Brown. oUtside lett
lay of October next, al-plbation  forward(  W. Allan;  inside left forward,
B. CunlifTe; centre, A. Mareliand; inside
ie..    n ml Police for ihe transfer of th
•ill be mads to lhe Superintendent   of
right forward, R,   Tweed!
Ucensefoi  the sale of liquor by retail forWard,    A.   sheppherd
,„ „nd upon the premises known as the M,,SM.,   Brown and Kerr.
I,anban   Hotel,  situate al    Coinnplijt,
i    Columbia,   from   Adolphe Boil-
cm lo  Albert  Bdwin Jewlttof Coma-
;.lix. Hi ii.l lh ' 'olumbin.
Dated   ibis   ITthdayof   Septembjr,
1918.
Adolphe   Hoib'nii,
Holder of  License.
All.ei I  Kdwin JeWltt,
Applicant   for Trail tor.
I il  issue Sept. 17, 80 days
outside   r.
reserves—
-r-.
We wish the loe(1l leani success at the
tournament,     There i.  good  fooiball
material ai   Revelsloke and  (hero  is no
reason bul  that ihe locnl boys should
give a good ac'onnt of themselves,
Sh/IohM
The   family   remedy   for   Courhs   ond  Colds
Shiloh te-.-etj  bd   Utile   ond docs   so much I'
Nov.   IO—"The  Barrier,"  at  Bmpress
theatre,
Nov.   17— 'What   Happened  to   Miry,''
Kmpress  t heal re.
Nov. 19—The Barrier, Empress theatre
Nov, 25—The Lawcei   Brough      u>.,
at the Bmpress theatre.
Dec. 23—Matheson, Lang and Brltton ,
Empress theatre.
HH
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