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KEVELSTOKE. B. 0, SEPT. 13, J913
$2.50 Per Year
LICENSING *OARD
REGULAR MEETING
Commissioners Discuss City Hotel License Transfer.—W.
I. Briggs Appears on Behalf of Objectors to Proposed
Licence on Orton Avenue. —Mayor Kilpatrick's Action
Granting Temporary Transfer Endorsed by Board.
A regular meeting uf the Revelstoke
Licensing Commissioners was held in
tiie City Hall on Wednesday afternoon
at :i p.m. Mayor Commissioner T. Kil
Patrick took thc chair al 3 p.m., with
Commissioners Barber and Sutherland
also presenl. Chairman T. Kilpatrick
called the meeting to order at 3:10 p.
m. Minutes of last slatutary meeting
of the Commissioners were read by
Clerk Gordon,  and adopted as  correct.
Clerk Gordon then rend minute- of
meeting held Wednesday, June llth,
1913, tit which meeting the license of
the City hotel wus transferred from Mr
Caley to Mr. Tapping; these minutes
were also  adopted as  read.
Among those present were Messrs. 0.
K. Gillan ou behalf of Mr. Tapping!
Mr. W.I. Briggs on behalf of certain
objectors; anl City Solicitor MeCarter
as advisor to the  Commissioners.
Mr. W.I. Briggs—1 appear here to represent certain parties. We fully expect.-i the matter oi the temporary
transfer ol the Old City Hotel License
to the premises at the corner of Orton
and First street wouirt como beforo
the hoard, and 1 am here to oppose
that transfer. 1 miei.r~i.iiHl that the'
transfer has been given by the board,
and according as I understand the law
that temporary permit must come before thiff board for approval or otherwise.
Mr. CB Gillan—1 am here.' to move
thui th ■ temporary transfer given to
Mr. Tapping ol hia license to the corner of Orton avenue.be confirmed, and
that the tun.• he extended lor one mon
th, in order to allow the' usual advertis
ing time to lapse. I present ihis petition in Bupport of my request.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Of cours** the
■tem, orary permit ha- been granted,
and as far is I understand the trailer
canno • rly considered until the
advertising time has transpired.
Mi \\ i Bi i :- i'h - ■ omes up now
on app i it ..ii to confirm the action
taken ..nl considering Mr, Qillan's appl-.. ntion foi  i". ■ ttension of timo.
Mr. Briggs—I wish t<> object to tbu
„l.| |j tioi i ; to the original transfer, an . I a o h ire for ih.it cause.
City Sol itoi ii. 8. McCartor— I
1 Bin' Mi Mayor, tin propei procedure
woul i bc tor th ■- ■ ob eel-ions to he
consi lered whi n the appli iitlon for a
permanent transfer comes before the
Board,
W.I. Brisrgs—I nm here at this open
meeting to object to the extension of
tlu- temporary transfer, and I air. here
to argue em that ba-is.
...Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Mr. M.Carter
is hereto advise ihe Commissioners,
nnd in hi-  rapacity as City  Solicitor.
W.I. Briggs Of course if you wish
lo refuse i i hear me, then it is alright;
Otherwise 1 am here forth., purpose ol
lieinj  heart.
Commissioner Butherland—I do not
know whal   a tion we inn  tn'te.
W.I.   I'ii-      -lam   here  I o obiect     to
the temporary transfer, and to object
t.i it ' continuance.
I cannot imderstand why a ban-der
should ever have' been asked for; there
an- no premises their. ,it i- -imply a
vacant lot, anel the lenor of ihe net
only allows transfer to v rutin premie
es and ih" promises must be a build -
ing satisfactory; you only have power
to LTnnt llcmses to certain premises,
nml in the. lection you will also find
thnt you can only grant a Ih-ense to a
iiuildin.' that hns thirty moms, nnd
which is to be used for the purpose of
a hotel.   There arc no such premises Bt
present on the place to whi.h thi- lie-
niseis supposed to bn transferred.
G.B.Gillan—The privilege wo arc after is that .If certain premises are cree
ied ii   business    for the snle     of liquor
will he carried on   Thnl  accommodation   will lie  provided.
Mr.Briggi I have yet to hear of a
transfer of a liquoi license being grant
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ed to a vacant lot. There is power under the section which provides for the
transfer of licenses to other premises,
but i submit that the granting of this
liquor licenso under the circumstances,
was absolutely outside the jurisdiction
of this  hoard or   the  Mayor.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—It is not natural for me to stuipose a mnn is going
to start in business on an open lot In
either place. I would like to know,
and I believe it is so, I have power under the act, 1 have jurisdiction, but
you or anyone else that might intend
starting a hotelie not likely logo to
the expense of putting up a buil iiug un
less the he supposes that a license will
be granted, This temporary permit is
ly way of a request to enable the licensee t<i  protect  himself.
W.I. Briggtf—This power has been
granted in the act to enable ihe licensee to carry ou bis business in au interim period, not for the purpo-o of
giving any person tin anchor for a license e>n a vaoant lot, upon which h.-
might hang his claims for a subsequent
license.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—In grunting
this permit, I told applicant that it
must he thoroughly understood that
the same was only temporary, and
thai every reasonable speed must be
made to comply with the law not merely in regard to barrooms but in regard to a complete hotel to comply
with the regulations. Now in regard
to these soctions of tie'act; Sections
33:1 and 344. ,ill -ays that the Mayor
or Reeve may grant permission for a
temporary transfer of liquor li ■• rise,
fieim one premises to another, or from
one person to another.
W.I. Biggs—Premises presupposes a
building already ere.ted, the a.t In
my opinion is here stating "that lie -
cn* . an only he granted in the case
of premises properly tin-d-up as »et
forth," and therefore I contend tha-.
in this instance there arc no sueli prem
i-.-au.l the temporary transfer even
already granted ihould not be allowed.
1 In not understand the haste In
this transfer has been applied for.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—There is noth-
ing in the act whi.h .alls for the procedure to be published. Transfers null ■> iln- ael luive bei n made 1 efore
without complaints ui my:.ui.i. I have
not had anything to do with an.- undue baste. I am noi supposed t.eknow
anything ahout that and I think this
;- outside ihe present ca*
W.I. Briggs My contention :- that
Ihe Sei-tion un I.r wbich you have a. t-
ed is to cover certain special cases, but
the ii.tn-f.'i of a licensi to a vacant lot
m is to me to be stretching the thing
!out very strongly.        .
Mayor Kilpatrick—1 considered I
wa< quite right according '.ith" licensing net and I do -o yet.
W.I. Brigga—ina caeeof thi- kind,
-ome tangible reason -hould have been
given why thi- hurried a Mon should
have boon taken in transfer of i case
of ihis kind. If any good reason waa
given for the transf.-r [would like to
hear it.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—Do y.ni not
considei *'i) pei rent of the p.'o;>le living in the blocks adjoining wai -ruffle-
lent reason. If it suits owr ninety
p.r.ent of the people of the... four
blocks which are directly  interested,!
do not   set why   I -hould  object  to it.
I    W.I. Briggs—But  ih  mm'  !h' some
reason for tho rush for thi- temporary
license.
G.S. MeCarter—You see ca-es every
day In Vancouver where people who
propose to do certain *re.tions for a
holel aro given n  transfer,
W.I. Briggs—Yog, jus' -o, bn'. thet •
lms never been any temporary permission to Bell liquor i-siieel in favor of a
vacant lot in Vancouver or any other
'ily, nnd my contention i- that it
should not have been issued in this in-
utancf,
W. I. Brings—So far as that petition
is concerned, you can unilorstund that
we have hnd no chance logo into tho
matter at prosont. we havo had no opportunity t.i presenl a counter petition
H i posfftbfe tlmt a counter petition
might have boon got up that would
throw that out My opinion l» tint
the n in ifel w i nh oluloly ,-in' ol the
jurisdiction on th"    ground   that   the
transfer took placo to vacant  premises
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—It Is not reasonable to expect a n.an to put up a
building on the chance of getting a license. 1 consi ler under the two clauses
of that act 1 was quite justified in doing what I did. My reason for ..loin.'
so was the largely signed petition by
the people who wer.' directly .intetested
W. I. Briggs—I might mention tV.at
since the petition was presented, a
large amount of opposition ha- developed.
H.J. McSorley—As a matter of fact.
there is no guarantee even now, that
this license vvill bo granted.
CE. Gillan—That is the business ot
the pei-cen i applying for the Ikense.
Wc are taking that chance, which will
he pie for the opponents of the Bame ii
it is not granted,
Mr. H.J. McSorley—I ihou ht the
Mayor referred to an assurance that
the license will bc ultimately granted,
having heen given.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—All tha* lms
beendeine' up to the present timo, is thu
granting of the permit oj mysrtl under the power which 1 possess as 1 see
it in reference to thoso clauses.
W.I. Briggs—My main objection is
there'.
Mayor IT'Kilpatrick—lt is up to the
commissioners who have heard all this
to ratify what has been done tberrin,
or otherwise. The power which 1 exercised was under tlios'o two clauses.
It will be necessary for the commission
ers to make a   resolution
\Y. I Briggs—Is there any objection
to my seeing thi- petition.
O.B. Gillan—Yes; no you cannot see
it, there might be opposition.
W.I. Briggs—That is the answer 1
wanted, [rather think that this petition should have been filed with the
hoard and I should have been at liberty to look at   it.
ti. S. MeCarter—The petition was
never presented lo the board. Appli -
cation for temporary permit was made
and given by the Mayor.
Mayor T. Kilpatrick—1 take it the
petition would deal entirely in the Case
of new  license'.
G.S. MeCarter I will diaft a resolution whieh will fultill the requirements
of the act.
W. I. Brig^— Whilst my learned
friend is wiiting out the resolution I
will, wiih your permission, g.e over ihis
city byelaw. I notioe a section of ths
byelaw reads "premises must be designated by some sign, distinct nam.' an.l
description."   lt would   be   interesting
to know whal kind of a sign Mr. Tapping propo- -el 10  i ...       v   cam lot.
tl. S. McCartor - !'■ e license of the
burned-down hotel is sti.l in .'\. I m •
Mr, Tapping   hus b   lol I bj   th? May
or that be niu-i put up it suitable build
ing to comply wiih the act. Ac rding
lo your argument, when the hotel burn
ed, tbe license went up in lhe air with
it.
W.I. Briggs—In my opinion thc procedure for temporary license is laid
down and I do not think ii ha- been ad
bered  to. - 0
G.S, MeCarter—If some other people
were burned out they would be talking
in a ditleTcnt  -train.
ili- Goi'don then read the resolution as follows:
"Thai the temporary peemit Linnte-1
by the Mayor on 4th September, 1H13.
to J.C. Tapjiing to transfer the hotel
liquor license held by him from lots 01
ton? inclusive to lots 17, IS and 19,
Bloct J7 corner of First street and
Orton avenue, Revelstoko, lie. and the
same is hereby ratified anl extended
until Huh October. 191.1, in order that
the time necessary tor advertising the
final application for transfer be completed hy the appli, anl. and that the
meeting be adjourned to October IHtli.
1913, at 3 p.m., ai the City Hall, Itevelstoke , ai which adjourned meeting
such final appli. ntion will be considered provided the applicant shall In the
meantime have complied with the provisions of the byelaw e,s to such application."—Carrie I unanimously.
W.I. Briggs—Those last words appear to lie a practical guarantee thai
the license will bo granted. I want t.i
make plain here, that there are strong
"!'■ 'am- i.i thi- transfer of license, if
he wishes to go ahead with tbo building, thnt is hi- htisine-s. 1 wish it to
bo put up to the board straight, in
order that the argument of the building hcin_■ erected will not be used aj
an argument in favor of tho license he
ing granted. There will be strong ob-
iee tions to this transfer, and these objections will bo filed in more definite
form later, I wish to make iiv matter
perfectly clear to this board.
Tlm meeting then adjourned at8:{6
p m.
REVEL.. M 6th ANNUAL
iAlk AND EXHIBITION
Everything in Readiness for Great Celebration.—Showing
of Kootenay and B. C. Products Will be Best Ever.
elstoke'!,'
The  Re
jreat annual celebration. go round;    the Egyptian palmisi and
elstoke Fall Fair, our    Fall   ,h*-' Hullaboy, will be well represented.
interest-
SPECIAL NOTICK.
The livestock judging will tttki place
on the first day of thefair, Tuesday
morning, Sept. llith; all stock must ba
on the ground by 1" a.m. and exhibitors are  requested   to make  nate of this
NOTICE TO VIS1TOI.S.
Visitors will experience no difficulty
whatever in rea'*hing the fair grounds.
Conveyances leave City Hall every 10
minutes after noon on the three days,
and the s.s1. Revelstoke will make the
round trip twice per day from the Central school landing, sailing at 1 and
2 p.m. on the outwaed trip, returning
at 6 nnd 7 p.m. from the Park landing
nt the grounds, fare for iound trip, 2.V
The  transportation committee have ar-
Three Full Days Horse Racing.   Pari c^Wutual Ma- ranged for a uniform schedule of charg-
chines Guarantee  Square  Deal for  Sportsmen.   Side "• ch\ Hnl1 t0 Qrou?da Pousse.,
1 r -'.i.'. each  way, p.-r oarnages 50e,   each
Shows and extractions.- c/411 the Fun of the Fair at way. scat in automobile 50c. eaoh way
Revelstoke September 16th, 17th and 18th. dogs not desired.
Give the dog   a    big feed and chain
The Fnll Fair is almost upon us, with      There will be horseracing, three days him up at  home  when  you set  out for
its three days crammed full of excite-   ol" lt> u genuine meeting and opportun t|,0  fa*r  grounds, dogs are   a  nuisance
ment and amusement.                                  ity for every lover of tho king of sports ai.ouml   n,ir.es    and exhibitions    any-
All is iu readiness, and On September   ""Wlowhis fancy to the litmt.     There WRy,   and  Wlll    ,„ljoy  ln„   feed betlyr
will be the usual fair features,   cur old ,han  thl, long run behind the  rigs    to
Uth, at 2    p.m., the curtain wil rise frtonaa    lhe    Fat Lady and thc Thin the park.   These exhibition timos    ars
upon the first of the three days ot Rev-  Man; the snake charmer and the merry tnp  Qogs j,,,,,,,, (]ayi  ^i.,,    Qur      be3t
girl down  instead and  leave the    other
pets  at home.
_   . Those  who cannol  lind sufficient    to
Fair remember, for we arc   all interest-   . ,....,
interest them in the displays ot the ex-
ed in the big exhibition which serves as  hibition  building, can take in   thefair,
a land mark and eyewitness of   thc con-  the horseracing, and  the various side-
tinned progress and prosperity of North shows which  will  give   them all   they
Kootenay in general and this immedi -  can reasonably  expect in   all lines     of
ate    disiri.'t    in  particular,  has come  amusement and  for a nominal  outlay-
to be  looked  upon as one   ofthe      big!    Tiie fair grounds are beautifully situ-   fa(.t.
things of the year throughout  ihe In -1 ated for picnic or party purposes', with     This change in the original program
lerlorof Biitish Columbia. in  convenient  access    of town, I'.d  by   is neoessiated owingto tlft   Government
Itisnow some sis years ago, since conveyance at cheap rates by road and Expert, who will decide the honors in
a party of enthusiasts iu ihe pursuit of by river Bteamer, and provide anideal this section, Wing compelled to rea.'h
agricultural advancement and publicity opportunity to spend two orthreodays Cranbrook to e.fficiateat that
gathered themselves together at Revel- pleasantly in the open air, In the im- the following day.
and decided to hold the brst exhibition   mediate neighborhood are  many   beau-
ever staged in thi- section of british t if ul drives by auto, or on horse back, MORE THOROUGHBREDS ARRIVE.
Columbia. It wa- with fear and trem- Fittingly indeed is Renelstoke called— | The following Is a list oi race horses
Iding that these public spirited individ- "The Capital of Canada's Alps" for it who have arrived and are now on the
uals arranged for the erection of a tem-J is locked in the very heart of tho Cana- track, and those now ou tiie way, with
porary building   to house  tbe    produce  dian Wonderland,    surrounded by    the  their owners:
ofthe neighboring farms and ranches , grande.-'t, most lieatitiful scenery to !>.' Mr. J. W. Flynn from Regina, with
and after collecting a few dollars am- found throughout the entire range of Burnt Candle, Capsize, Sam Rank,
ong the businessmen of Revelstoke, is-  the mighty Selkirks. Danfrield,  Love  Watch.-.  Ruby,  Lady
sued their little prize list, and program      In the .iiy are many first class hot-  Bryan and Minnie Bright.
of classes in which exhibitors were    re- els where  accommodations  can   be se-     T   Lyllno   witn Armie
cpiested to compete.   But   that lirst lit-  cured     at reasonable    rates.   Refresh-
tie exhibition, proved    such a success,   ments of all kinds can also be had   on
lhal ih- managing    committee subse -  'he fair grounds.
quently  organized  themselves  into    a      Come  to Revelstoke     Sixth Annual
properly appointed Agricultural Asa** FilH Fail*     a»d Exhibition, join the
eintion. ai.d decide* to make the oele«  bunch, ami have the time of your life.
bration an annual  aflair. ■ !    The people of    Revelstoke City   and   Sautell    ar e onthe way   with  Tuscan
Year by yenr the scope of the fair has   District will be  right glad to see you,  Convent Bell, 3rd     Chance  and     De!
lieen widened, class after class has been   and you will be well  satisfied it    y,iu  Cassie.
added to the list, until now thrae large  spend a three day holiday amongst us.      George Wentwolth leaves Van.-ouver
buildings are   required to  hold the won- pAR]  MUTUAL MACHINES_
deTinl -pe.-imen- oi he! I and gnr h n pro '
Just on   the eve  ol Lie, ml' to  pass we
are iniormod by lhe secretary thai arrangements have positively been made seS/ and every ,„ .
I'or th.' belting during the three days -r.|]P track
horserai nig at thc fair to be handled
exclusively through Pari Mutual Machines, of whieh two vvill be. ou hand at
the course. This is .-utli.-ient io guarantee suortsmen a good run ior their
money.
city on
duce, poultry aid pet stock, fruit and
vegetables, samples of home baking,
and manufacture-. I'oral displays, and
other varied products all truly repre-
Bentative of ihe wealth of ihe Revel-
stoke District, which to a greater and
greater extent every succeeding year,
are put upon exhibition, or ent.ered In
the various competitive classes.
WONDERFUL DISPLAY.
The' quality and quantity  of the very
hi.'h..-t cla--   of  produce which   iieds Its
way to the ReveNtoke Exhibition from
the far-famed celery beds and market
gardens of Mnla'twa, the fruit orchards
and berry fields of ttie Arrowlakes, the
wealthy irrigated lands of the Jkanag.
an, and every portion of gloriouB Kootenay and adjacent territories, is a
cause for astonishment and admiration
to ihoie who up to ihe' moment of being brought into contact with the eye
witness proofs of the fertility ainl mat-
e-hle-'sly varied resourced of the valley
soil- of British Columbiu. have never
realised whal   can      lie done   here and  is
being done by agriculturists and tillers
of the lands.
In no previous year will lhl lesson
presented by-uch exhibits, be more
timely or appreciated than in this Sixth Celebration; we are able to tell visitor-, thai thanks to the action of our
Dominion representative, thousands of
acres of the lands which have grown
these matchless exhibits, have been
thrown open throughout the railway
belt, and are now available lo the bong
fide homeseekcr and settler. So far as
this' immediate district is concerned,
wo can point out, lhal theso products
nre grown unde-r natural Conditions,
without irrigation or artificial aids of
any kind, all that is misled being that
well directed labor at the totleh of
which the soil of Kootenay literally
turns into gold.
AMUSEMENTS.
But    nil   work   and   no play   would
W.H. Pickering, with It i-h Boy Jac'.;
Adam and Conflagration.
W. M Donald will be here tomorrow
with Tripping and Trisie.
The   McKenzie    Stables      and Percy
tonight on a  fast freight  with a car ot
ten  horse-.   Among   ihem  will  I-- Sal-
He 0 Day, Darnigale and Brighihouse.
In nil   we will   have  ,,\er   thirty hor-
is in  .- ,   •.  th' turf
is as soli.l  and     smoothe   as   Weerk can
make it.
COMMITTEES.
For general information we repro
duce lhe full list ol members of the
various Fall Fair Organization Com -
mittees. Thc parties whose names are
included in tbis list are requested to
forthwith get busy, and to have every
thin,'in their respective occtio ls in
gooil shape for  thc rapidly  appioa h
NOTABLE
TRAVELLERS
THROUGH
A  pint,   of     listtnguished   travellers
pas-eel through    Revel-toke' the   •• her
lay. which included  lhe Hon. W.  Ross.
ing   thnse days of  ihe fair.   There still  Chairman of Committees    in thc Cape
remains  certain detail work  to be    at-  Colony Provin ial  Council,  South At
tended to, so  Mr. Committee  Man take  "''*• ,ind   Mr- H.A.   Oliver,   a   member
this as notice to yourself to get iuto
touch with the chairman of your section, and make your eflorts anl energies tell for tb- success of tbc eel ibration
Fruit—W. Potrufl, W. il. .-'miih.
Rev. C.A. Pro unler, 1). Mcintosh, C.
M. Ki.ld.
Vegetables—W.E. Smith, I). Campbell, ll. Scigfried, Geo. Mathleion, jr.
Floral—J. Mnley, H. N. Coursier,
.1. Bhaw, A.E. Miller.
Live Stock—A.J. McDonell, C. R.
Skene,  K.  McCarty, G.  Mathiesoii.
Building and grounds—John Abra
haniK.iii, C. Uol ion, O. W. Abraham
son.
Finance—W.   Lawrence,      W.     Bews,
A.   p.  Levesque, C.   B, Humo, H
McSorley, R.   HoWBon,  F.B.  Wells.
Printing and Advertising—W. Uew-.
R.G.  Hcruton,  W.M. Lawrence.
Manufacturing—S. Mathie, H. B.
Stonex, G.Sbaw, S. McMahon.
Decoration—K.   G.  McRae,    J.    McLeod,   W.   Hornell,   H.   J.  Bow?,    R
Squarebriggs,   0.   Wood,  F.     Tweed- *J
dale. 3
Transportation—H.N.   Coursler,    F.  5
of the legislative assembly o: ih.'l'n-
ion of South Afri.a. They landt I at
Vancouver from the t'.l'.U. new liner
Empress of Asia, with which boa a iei
vice i- beine biaug irated via Boi th At
ri. a and Australia to Van ou\e>'.
■"•These gentlemen vwr.' loud in th.-ir
praise of the natural beauties and ati-
vantage's ..i Uritish CoIumbia,and the
glowing language they made use of in
referring to the pleasure they had deriv
ed from their trip through this di-tri. t
should hear good fruit when they re-
tuintn South Africa, and lea I mnny
more  tourists to  visit  US.
Revelstoke resident! even yet do not
fully appreciate what a pull the mag -
J. nificeni scenery around them might
easily be made, or the beneficial tesulis
that would follow th-' securing of an
everincreasing tourist trafti'-.
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GET IT AT
THE SUGAR BOWL
Don't fot_'.'t we nerve both
hot and e old drinks, ice cream
anl light refreshments, For
the* chilly nights try a H'>t
TOMATO  NECTAR.   Our hot
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
Mrs. G. Rnlph Lawrenoa will receive
on Mondny, Sopt. 15th, and thereafter
iho thirl Monday each month.
make Jack a dull hoy. and lt is Well McCarty, 0. Turnross. H.C. dimming 3
therefore, whilst ihe fair is essont.lnlly Electric and Power—Mayor T. Kil- a
nn economic object lesson, that tho en- Patrick, W. Cowan, W. M. Lawrence, .fi
tertainment   «idc    of  thn    celebration,   W.A. Sturdy,  A.G. Duck. 8
should not bo overlooked. Bi-ond   and   Preserves—Mesdames    F. S
Tho farmers of  Kootenny  enjoy play  W. Laing.    A. McRae, W. Tomlinson, a    Chocolate l-  unsurpassed,
as Well as  they  thrive with work,    and   C.  Abrahamson,  G.R.  Lawren.o.    Dr.  B H
here at  this  gathering,   among     their   J.H. Hamilton. E GET IT AT B
neighbors nnd frlendi,  thoy meet   onre     Faii'*y  Work—Mrsdames 9. Needhnm   S 3
each  twelvemonth, whilst  the harvest.   8.G. Robbins, F.H. Bourne, C. Holton  3 "THE   SI'GAR  BOWL " pj
moon Is shining, for three days fun of     Finn Arts—Mesdames B. A. Lawson,   S H
thc fair at Revolstoke. H.H. MeVity,  J.W.  Stevenson. I* MlHIlST I ? ISlISSlil TAOE TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   SEPT.  13th,  1913
gews Drug JYo re
Kodak Season
Now At It's Best
Kodaking is not an expensive pleasure, and
nothing gives more immediate or as much
future enjoyment.
The incidents of every enjoyable trip; the
cute actions of your children can all be stored
up for future reference by use of the Kodak.
Five minutes instruction, which we will
gladly give you, is all that is necessary to
ensure your successful operation ofa Kodak.
Kodaks, $10 to $65.
Brownies $1 to $12.
WE HAVE 250  LB. RAJAH LINEN NOTE PAPER
AND 250 LB.  RAJAH LINEN ENTELOPES
Which we are offering the 2 lb. tor 75c.   This is a very
cheap way of buying a good quality" of Stationery.
W.   PARRY
AUCTIONEER   AM)   VAI-UER
HOUSEHOLD   SALES
specially   conducted &>
lie buys anything and everything
tit any time, new and second-hand.
What he has not got be can get; so
be sure to call ahd see him if you
want to save money .
W. PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
E. 6. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,    Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Oonnaught Ave,   •   Revelstoke
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.
"CAN" THE
TURKEY
TROT
Bridgeport,   Conn.,  Scot.   4—Of    all
the "speed" dances which have been
analysed by the International \6>ocia-
tion of Masters of Dancing, which yesterday begun a throe duys session hero
the "Tango" the "Hesitation'' waltz
the "Hitohkoo," and the 'Peacock
Glide" are all right if danced with de-
cornmi.
This is the opinion laid -down after
tirst consideration of the steps in these
dances.
P.H. Kelly, of Holyoke, Mass., secretary ofthe Mssociation, declared that
the "Turkey Trot," the "Horse Trot"
and lhe "Grizzly Bear" were vulgar.
"We vvill never recognize them,'' he
said. The dancing is from thc hips
up. instead of from lbe hips down, as
is proper, lt is noi so much what.
the Turkey Trotters do with thi ir feet
That docs not count. It is the petition which lends to vulgarity."
The association during its session
will unify the steps of the approved
dances in order to teach th-'m correctly.
Lawrence   Says.  "At^o
lutely Free to Someone'
£ews £rug and£ook J'tore
The 'RoxaJUL Store
EVEN A SMALL POLICY
is a great reliever of worry. Even
if you nevei suffer from loss thru'
accident, the fne-t that you are Insured will lessen anxiety on that
score.
INSURE ACAINST ACCIDENT
the policy will prove the best
friend you ever had. If you have
needected your insurance, better
attend to it at one. Tell how
much you want to be Insured for.
We vvill attend to nil the rest.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
Beck to Cenads
The s.s. Megantic, is reported l'-ti
miles' east of Cape Race at 3 p.rr.. on
September 3rd, and is due QuebsC on
Saturday and Montreal same evening,
or Sunday morning. She has a capacity cabin list, namely 315 first class,
and 250 second. In addition to ih'.s
she has 530 third rlnsR passengers.
There arc a number nf prominent
Victoria und Vancouver people nioard
Ask for Piano Votes
at Lawrence's
i
CITY  TRANSFER  COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents*!*
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES'   BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
JOHN LEE
DEALER  IN
SILK GOODS
Legal Forms
for even purpose are printed
and stocked by the Mail-Herald
Single Copies Sold.        Reasonable Price
Fancy Cushion Covers, Cotton
and Linen Pillow Shams, Scarfs
for dresses. Padded Gowns, ali
sizes.
Fit and comforl puaranteed.
Manufacturer of Gent's. Ladies'
and Children's Underwear tr.ade
to e^rder.
JOHN LEE
FRONT STREET.     LOWER TOWN.
Come und look at our Triangle Sad
Irons   guaranteed for ever.
PRICE.-6 LB. IRON, $3.90
A. G.    DUCK
Estimates given free.
Reid Sr Young.
Millinery Opening
Thursday
& Friday
Sept. 11th and 12th
o>'Reid (3L young**
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
■«•   pre.n                 I   peril ■ I \\   us  you  nre
■  taurant.     And  tli rvlce is
tl     'el
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
that  ■ he   waj   to   ■   man's
■ -iiivli   Ilia  stomach.    We .ire
ii   \>iiirs il   you'll  drop  ill
mir t»i' 1 i.t (are      It pi rfei i \ Ic
• ■ >'I    nnl   peifei ily
ii   friendship,   vet
are aluolulelv sure of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
\   <i   Thiakibo.n  Manager,
patronage
" e hildren
UNION BARBER SBOP
We hai e jufl opi ned
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the kevelstoke public we
.scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition, Hunting Knives,
Decoy Ducks, Field Glasses,
Compasses, Fishing Tackle,
Tents, Camping Outfits, etc.
McClary's, Kootenay and Sas-
kalta Ranges & Heating Stoves.
Sherwin-Williams' Paints, Varnishes, Stains.
Canadian Oil Co.'s Oils, Gasoline, etc.
We carry full stocks in Hardware, Groceries, Hay, Grain and
Feed.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
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A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in tne statement of this Company for the fiaeal year
ending March 31st, 1913. As rompared with one year ago, tie
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 3lst,    1913
ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1912 ..
.$456,915.72
.nil,268.6«
lil
(showing a net gain ol $345,647.12
This remarkable gain is positive evidence of the convenience and  practicability ol ihe C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at ". PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURlNO THE PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Desire ft Heme ol Yonr Own—II you Would Be Independent  of  a Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old  Relinhle''
Home Office:   PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office : J. B. W ATSON REALTY CO.
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
WE HAVE SOME VERY CHOICE
LEGS OF MUTTON. TRY ONE
FOR  YOUR SUNDAY'S DINNER.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited \
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NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING DAILY
Huntley & I'almer's Nursery Biscuits, per IIi  50c
Molasses Snaps, 2 lbs.  for  25c
Fresh Crisp Soilas, per pail  35c
New Summer Cheese, per 111  25c
Orders Delivered to Any Part of City.
•John McIntyre a* SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
TURKEYS
We have a limited
supply at rock
bottom   prices
TRY ONE FOR SUNDAY
AND LABOR DAY
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd. SATURDAY,  SEPT.   13th,  1913
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREB
w-
J. B. Watson Realty Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 foot lot.
MoKENZIE AVINUE-8-roomeil house on 50-foot lot $7500 00
ttt STREET—5-roomed house on 50-foot lot __ $4000 00
Ind. 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 house on _ _ $1500 00
Srd. 8TREET-4   houses _ $2100 to $3400 00
10-roomed house on 300-ft. lot _ $8500 00
2 lots (the pair) _ _ $ 800 00
2 lots (the pair) _... $1500 00
4th. STREET—6-roomed house, nearly new.._ _ $2200 00
6-roomed house on SO-ft. lot $3000 00
5th. Street—3 6-roomed houses.    Each _ $3200 00
9-roomed  house $3800 00
Ith. STREET—4 lots,  each - $ 300 00
Sth. 8TREET--2 lots.    The pair $1600 00
5-roomed house near C.P R. Shops $ 650 00
3 Shops and rooms on .McKenzie Ave    $ 16,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
lire, Life and Accident insurance    Government Lands      Money to Loan
AGENT FOR PACIFIC SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
Peace River Railway
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 9—Most important of the legislation to be taken
up at the session of the Alberta legislature, called to meet at the parlia -
ment buildings here on September 16,
probably will be the building by the
provincial government of the Alberta
and Great Waterways railroad from
Edmonton to Fort Murray, *220 miles
from which point the Athabasca, tl.c
Great Slave and the Mackenzie rivets
nre navigable to Fort McPherson,
•2,100 miles.
The primary purpose ot the railway
is to afford adequate transportation fn
cilities to settlers, prospectors, and
trappers in tho north country, ,-,nd
provide an easy outlet for their products, including grain, minerals and
fur. The estimated vnlue of the raw
fur trade ot the north alone is a matter of between $fi,000,000 and $6,500,0110
of whi.'h aliout 50 per cent has •■ome
oui by way of Edmonton thisyear, tiie
rest going to the United Btnt-^s thru'
traders from Seattle and San Frunels-
co, who send ships into the Behring sea
and to Herschell Island. .
" Thero are many reasons why ine
railroad should be built to Fort Mile-
ray at once," said a prominent »up-
porter of the government today."Fcom
what I can gather I should say that
work may be started this fall and rush
ed to completion. Tho chief survey
has been made and it is only a uiattji.
of assembling men and materials. Ev.
cry man who has' ever been in the north country must be in favor of the
plan, as it will ultimately mean a rail
road from Edmonton to Dawson, connecting the Yukon country with the
outside Rorld.''
Every Scotsman in the Dominion
should Iw. interested to leaen that
Cameron of Lochiel and his wife, arrived in Montreal last week from Scotland on their flrst v.ieit to Canada.
They intend to tour the west of the
Dominion and the chieftain villre -
view the Winni|>eg Highland regiment
on  Iih route.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,000
85    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT    .]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS     J
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
MRS. A. G. CRICK
FIRST STREET
SUMMER    GOODS
GOING    AT    COST
A. G. CRICK.
EIRST STREET
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
<& <*»
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Union   Hotel
JfST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly anil monthly rates to be arrange*!.        Meal Tickets, 21 meals lor $6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LEVESQUE, Proprietor
^ FIT- «
| REFORM^
trf§
What about your new
Fall Overcoat ? Jack
Frost will soon be
around-tinting cheeks
and sending shivery
chills down your back.
Pick out your Fall
Overcoat NOW, from
this delightful stock of
new styles.
MeKinnon &
Sutherland
WE ARE GIVING AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Every Five Cent Cash Purchase gets
one Coupon.
The   Greatest   Value    in     Coupons
Gets the Prize.
SEE    MIDDLE    WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
(^00*0*0<HKHHK><H>0<KK><HH><KH>0<>*0
%    Terrific Price Reductions
 Our Week-End Special
In order to clear one of our fine lines
of Suits—values up to	
Three Big Days - Sept. 23-24-25
ELEVENTH ANNUAL
NELSON   FRUIT   FAIR
AT N'ELSON,  B, C.
Tlie Event ol the Kootenays
13 BIO    FREE     ACTS    TWK V.    DAILY-   ~13
SEE-**Ki:x COMEDY  CIRCUS"    SEE
A delight fer yo ild   'Till; BLUCHES,"  "LES JARDYS"
Fun in a Hay Wagon, A Iui- - ns ittou Walter Stan*.e,:i .v Co. i
Cli iiuii-!i-r. the Giant R >oster, .uie! the Dancing Geese,
*'Y  M. 1   A " Pyramid Builders in Living Pyramids.
"Texas," thf Strong Man. in marvellous feats of strength.
HORSE RACING. ROCK DRILLING, and other numerous attractions
THE  BATTLE IN i Special Feature Day and Night ITHE ELECTRIC
THE CLOUDS       i HITT'S   FIREWORKS ^CREEN
A- presented .it thf A.N* I*.
SINGLE  FARE FOR THK ROUND TRIP ON ALL LINKS
A.D.EMORY, President. G.   HORSTBAD. Secretary and Manager.
1*. O. !* ex 392, Nelson, B.C.
$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 0
(J) THE    HOME   OF    GOOD   CLOTHES O
6 6
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Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But there  are  still a   few  people  who don't
know what a safe combination  Bell's  Bread
and   New Zealand Butter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Worlds Largest British Steamer
New Triple Screw Express Steamer.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
Jm   ALBERT     ST03STE1      PROP.
Read M Mail-Herald" SALES AND WANTS for Snaps
OLYMPIC   -^,.-.59 tons; 882 feet lonK: 92 feet broad.   Fitted  with  DOUBLE
SIDKS atnl DOUBLE BOTTOM,    Average time of Passage under h days.
Sails from New York to Plymouth.
"       Cherbourg,    Southampton
Sept.  13. Oct. 4 and 25. Nov. 19. December 6th.
NEW   YORK-LIVERPOOL WEEKLY  SERVICE
S.S.ADRIATIC   M,000ton».      Baltic   24.ooo 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 Agency   c. p   R. Ticket Office.
. . . It Miqht Be Hot. . .
IBTXT
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 jrratified patrons. Located anion*? the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access.—the •Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of tpieBts.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, •        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/4dded.
Howson C&> Co., Ltd.
\ PAGE FOl'R
THE MAIL-m        ALD, REVELSTL
SATURDAY,  SEPT.  13th,  1913
This Is Fishing Headquarters
" II it i< used tur fishing wr have it." We can tell you the best
spots to \i?-it. COME IN TO-DAY and look over our Fishing
Stock.
FISHING RODS    Bamboo, Cane, Steel.
FISHING LINES—Flax, Linen, Silk.
Spoons. Baits. Flies and Hooks.
Gaffs. Landing Nets. Baskets.
Leaders, Fly Books, Scales.
Sportsmen's Headquarters.
PLUMBING. HEATING.TI NSM ITH I NG
WILISONS^
FLY PAD
POISON i
I'UIU.HUK.i    U'i'.li
S \ I 1*    ll
KKVI'I.KTOKK
Siltcnoi* |i>ul">Ii:.*.;.■..        ,ilK..
J. K.  JOHNSON, Manner.
RALPH  G.   SORUTON,   Editor.
■   ■•.   :t«^..,
SATl'RDAY,   SEPT.   13lh,   1913
^
JOALI      COAL!      COAL!
Sole Agents for the celebrated Gait Coal
The Best Soft Coal in Western Canada
HVNKHEAD   HARD   COAL
IN ALL Sf23
BRIQUETTES
'ffA^jM-S?'
Ask your Druggist or Grocer
to show you the new plan for
killing all the flics in your
house or store in one night,
and have neither flies nor fly
killers ahout in the daytime.
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Q Head Otf'ce   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve and Undivided Profits
10,000,000.00
6,952,00v.00
8 100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $i .ind upward, received, nnd Interesl  allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence Bolii Ited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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IN USE 40 YEARS
GOOD THEN BETTER NOW
Perfect Scale, Puritt nf Te.-:e. Snscepti-
,*^*%*%^-%^*V^^%^-%^*%*%%*^*V^.%^^%^^%%*%^%^^%'*V **V*»    bi)itj   if Touch, Beauty of Finish, Work-
f    m inship snd Durability.
..Diamonds..
or
OUR  PLAYER PIANOS
with human-like control contains all the
■'..ii.-.-. nts and deviees.   They
ire perfect
anei capable <■'. ►;■■. i .    :   long ■•
WE INVITE  COMPARISON
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber*s
Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
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.ne. 252
ShiJah^i
We observe from Prairie exelmnges,
especially those originating in the eity
of Calgary, than an uyitution hus been
started mnl is receiving considerable
support, with a view to curtailing tlio
hours of study imposed upon children
in public elementary and high schools.
This movement to relieve tlie childhood
e.i Alberta from lhe gross overcrowd ■
iny nf their schoolastic curriculum,
seems lo lie backed, not only from the
parents of overworked youth, but also
anion.' ihe teaching profession, and
particularly those teachers whose duties are performed in the institutions nf
learning at urban centres.
In.jiitry by a commission oi ublo
investigators, discloses thai piling up
of lessons and home work has' become
such a habit iii conjunction With the
cramming now universally adopted in
Cana linn schools, and has been so fostered by tbe vicious competitive system of examinations, that children are
actually Buffering in heal.h to an al-
urming extent, and their real education
is positively retard, d by those very
tactics originally Intended to foster
the young idea in  its  march    lowards
nowledgc.
It may come as a surprise to tlio
parents of Canadian schuol children,
who have teen for years assiduously
fed with stories about ihe system of
education in primary schools through-
cut the Dominion and more particular
ly the west, ns being Ihemost advanced training of iis kind known to the
teaching profession, to learn that the
cramming system, with night or homework, and competitive examination
tests before promotions are granted,
has long since been discarded as obsolete in the great public schools of Dritain, Germany, France and Italy,
whilst the evils of "kid" stuffing at
elementary school- have long been
recognised by foreign educational experts. The editor of this paper is of
opinion lhat lhe system of home lessons and cram, as practised in Western
centres of learning tor lhe young, is in
reality many years behind the times ;
it is of course supported by oflicial-
elom, but teachers themselves or inany
of ihem are strongly ...i'e,,se-,l to it and
if the present agitation at Calgary
lea Is lo a proper inquiry into the nb
uses of the existing system, and to
ihe children of Canada being thereat-
•■■I relieved from the over-burdening of
their minds with masses oi useless mat
ler, or -iops ihe crowdingout^of their
youthful play hour- by uniiec. ssary
fork, a great   \ iei.,ry   will    havo
■ n w'.iii nol only in Alberta, bul thru
li • We i. in the cause of gi nuinu
Lion.
t
V.'..rl  was  received  thismorning,     by
A E.  in ney,  North Pacific Coast pas-
agent    for   ihe  International
nt   Mai Ine  hue-, ihat   the  great
:   'in ir (llympie brought ■J'-'TO
r    to New    York from   Europe
A m i.e...n. |
ii atei i number of   pas-
 ighl by a  White  Star
i   ilie'   lisl   vvas   (ll\ i led   1 M.to 750
nd 1,004  third  cabin
The  760  m the  Brsl  <-ahin
■■• tie t   number of first cabin
irie-d  by    any  vessel
I'.        :ll   lllillll       tO
• 'iiipie hnd      '.tli' nr
ei   is
We have over 600 tons of the above coal on bnnd and can guarantee
ompt delivery.    Now is the time to  lay  in  your   winter's  fuel.    Don't
iv.    See us for terms and prices.
fhe Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
|OHN D, SIIIIIAI.I), PRE8.
J. D. SIHIIAM), JR., SllC.
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Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices nt the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and get particulars, and get in on ground lloor prices.
We also make a specially of listed properly.
A. McRae,
President.
T. Kilpatrick,
Sec.-Treasurer
P, O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order
All thclatest colors in MatelumeOnth, Kaney
Tweoila, llrlpeil nml check. .1 WnrKlaila    <m r
one hundred latest patterns tei ,iie.,n,. mnn
nee two sHIte,
FANCY COAT1IVGS II,. „;■■„ .\,.„ y,„|,
<l.;it|e IIH   nnil   III.'   ni   Hi   •!,.(,.,till..  e.(ni I,   in
■'•''     I.e'li'Mwi M i mwli tmm ua, ran
mei I .,•.." i 'i i.p.eerif... I nhi-i tlir} nn.. tn..ir Sim
.ei l.i'i.KCiita«nyC',in( miutu l>> ns. U*bIirtm
the very li-Nt ■l.-niKiis from Paris in rluuge ..t
this ilcpnrlment. There la no suit or cual too
i.incy (i.r iis t.i make.
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
THE   LEADING   LADIES'   AND   MFN'S   TAILORS
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 20!h Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
Ihe Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
VV. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
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SPECIAL,
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Edison Records
Blue Amberol
and Concert
HEAR  THE     STARS"
Harry Lauder
Cal Stewart
Will Oakland
Ada Jones
cTWary Carson
Golden & Hughes
At Bingham's Music Store
** ji
Luml}
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Itevelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for tlie bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reijiiircil jn I'lenr lmftfni*tfi
t,V-~
Short on Coal
is a mighty "unpleasant"
predicament to be in, and
if you am on to the fuel
situation, you will place
your order now for a winter's supply of
COURSIER'S
CLEAN
SIFTED
COAL SATURDAY,  SEPT.   13th,  1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAQB FlVII
r
Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room for the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Depart Ml on SecDid Flour.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- /fume <$ Co.. £imited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
For the Children
Those Wash Suits and Dresses fnr boys and girls
are easily done np and always look neat and clean.
A few of each lefl and still on sale.
Fall and Winter Goats
A large assortment of Children's and Misses };all
and Winter Coats; popular styles and colors.
Ladies' Skirts
A very full ran^e of these in Serges, Panamas and
inixsd goods, dressy styles, leading colors.
Fancy Collars
a show c.isi' full of very attractive collars in latest
st\ les and colors.
Ladies' Fall Coats
The advance styles of Ladies' New Tall Coats, wiih
low licit and Balkan effects are especially interesting.    Let us show you them when in the Store.
Millinery Opening
We will be pleased to have
you come in and inspect our
display of Fall Millinery. A
full range of the most popular styles from the leading
Centres.
3
3
3
3
3
fc   lar styles from the leading   ^
fc   Centres. :3
I ffiddy, Sept. 12,19131
TouiUimiUiiumuummmz
Children's Rompers
See the Rompers made from the best  Old Country
Galateaand Denim.   All sizes at 65c PER PAIR
Underwear
The "Non-Nettle" Union Goods are warm and comfortable.    All si/.es for Ladies and Children, at	
 'J5cand $1.00
Ladies' Suits
We claim for our Ladies'Tailor-Made Fall Suits
three outstanding points- Latest in Style, Highest
in Quality, Lowest in I'rice. New Cloth anel New
models.     We guarantee tn please yon.
Ladies' Sweaters
The weather is getting cooler now anel we 1, ive just
what you need in All-Wool Sweaters. Assorted
styles, colors and prices.
20th CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING
FOR   THE   BEST   DRESSED   MEN
Our New Lines of Fall and
Winter Clothing have just
arrived. All are fashioned
in the matchless manner
found only in 20th Century
Clothing.
New Suits in worsteds and
tweeds, showing the new
full one-piece back and the
semi full back : also the
more staple and conservative designs.
A wide range of the new-
cloths and models in Overcoats. We are featuring
the full Ulster, either with
the new shawl collar or the
collar with wide lapels. A
neat and classy line of dress
Overcoats have also been
added to our unusually
wide range.
Suits.  -  $20to$35
Overcoats, $22 to $35
Our^ Grocery and Crockery" Department
PRESERVING  FRUITS,  VEGETABLES
We have preserving apricots coming in every
morning from the Okanagan. Leave* your
order early.
Fresh raspberies from the ranche.
Plums and peaches, wator melons, canti-
loupes, ripe tomatoes and cucumbers, vegetable marrows, new carrots, beets, cabbage
and turnips. The best assortment of fresh
fruit and vegetables in town.
TO  THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE
Why waste your time and energy slicing ham and bacon with a knife
when you can come to our Grocery department and watch us do !t
with our V. B. P. Meat Slicer. It saves you time and worry and ensures satisfaction to your self and family. Every slice is the same
thickness, just as you like it, thin, medum or thick.
Try our Cooked Ham.   Every slice ready to serve.
Swift's Premium Bacon or Boned Ham sliced to suit your taste.    Tell
us how you like it and we do the rest.
i <$nfr $ $ $ ili i|i it' 'I' 'I' fr 't' 't1 't' 'I' 't1 'I1 'fr 't1 'I''?' '$ *V *t' -fr't' 'I' 't' fr 'I' 't"t"M"Mi
► IMPROVED   GEM    SEALERS   BEST   ON    EARTH
► PINTS, QUARTS AND HALF GALLONS
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THIS IS THE TIME FOR FLIES
We have a large stock of Wilson's Fly Pads; Tanglefoot Fly Paper in sheets; Two-inch
Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $1.75; Four-inch Viper Fly Catcher, 50 to a box, $2.25.
House   Furnishing   Department
A New Lot of Curtain Goods just opened up, in Scrims,
Madras and Nets.
ltwill pay you to look over our Table of Wall Paper Bargains this week. The Prices are right as the goods must
go.
ran PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  SEPT.  13th,  1918
MONDAY, SEPT. 15th theatre
DIBECT FBOM NEW
YOHK AND CHICAGO
LL
GREAT   MELODRAMATIC   FARCE   BY   AUGUSTIN   McHUGH
OFFICER  666"
SPECIAL   SCENERY.      MONSTER   PRODUCTION
TRAVELLING IN
SPECIAL CAR
Jl  XiLxV^J_i^^^      OUc^       C OC}      5PX •OU^      8pX»OtJ«       MACDONALDS  drug  store.
Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the lievelstoke Assessment
District, Province of British Columbia.
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Saturday, the llth day of October, A.D., 1913, atthe 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   DVCEHTIOIsrEID
Name of Person Assessed
Chas. F. Lindmark   	
E. W.B.Paget
A. M. Craig.     . . . 	
J. B. Old
Joseph Grafton
Mike Grady. 	
P. .1. Olson
F. C. Elliot
Est. Wm. Baty
Mrs. Ellen McDougald
P. J. Olson
M. Grady
C. E. Wallis
L. Thompson and H. MeCarter
J. C. Montgomery
Metropolitan   Gold and Silver  Mining*  Company
Benjamin Nash
L. F. McDougald
D. Woolsey
A.  M. Pinkham
P. J. Olson
W. 1". Ogilvie
Arrow Lake Orchards, Limited
Short Description of Property
Pt.
Sub. 21
L. F.  McDougald .
Captain L. H. Fraser
F. A. Currier, et al
A. A. Burton
Nettie Marshall
Lots 14 to 29. 36, 37 to 40
of Lot 7                   G
Lot 501
"   769
"   864
"   869 Lots 6 to 13 Map 905
" 11.58-1139
" 1143
" 1117
" 1147
" 1784
•■ 2112
Galena Bay
" 3945
Arrow Lake
" 4467
Duncan River
•■  1951
Ferguson
" 6939
i Interest 6940
" 7047
Ferguson
" 7159
•' 7.141
Arrow Lake
Arrowhead
Galena Bay
Arrowhead
■'■■ Lake
*
Burton (
Fosthall
McDonald Creek
Arrow ;
1. K. D.
i: .rton
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Acres
109
293
106
145
328.91
314
320
149
I
320
160
160
153.
315
80
400
1280
154
98.5
162
159
136
93
640
640
626
150
286
557
640
640
460
320
320
270
324
135
111
120
117
10
Taxes
$437 10
29 50
10 00
29 00
63 50
100 00
103 60
24 00
27 20
156 00
53 20
12 00
91 80
213 90
19 20
141 00
160 00
44 00
64 00
20 00
25 00
78 00
54 oo
324 00
264 im
324 DO
102 00
66 80
224 00
232 00
224 00
156 00
128 00
120 00
12D 00
Hit 00
35 DD
21 75
.;, m >
36 00
50 on
20 m
School T     Costs £& ^ . ,
^ Interest x^    .    Total
Tax        Lxp nses
28 35
41 50
20 50
19 15
IS DO
ij 65
128 95
1 75
60
3 29
2 80
:. in
21 20
2 25
:, 00
26 55
6 55
60
; 20
Tn 25
I 20
13 05
ii in
*_' 50
'.i 25
70
1 50
11 is
5 iio
36 15
•Jll SS
34 20
13 '.in
I 90
17 SO
20 10
19 75
12 55
II 05
9 io
in ns
L0 60
2 io
1 15
1 35
2 15
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I 86
4 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
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2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
1 00
2 00
I oo
I 00
1 00
2 oo
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
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2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 oo
2 on
2 DO
2 00
2 on
2 Dl)
2 00
2 00
2 00
2 DO
$570 115
:):! 25
12 60
34 29
68 30
107 40
155 ir,
69 75
54 70
184 55
80 90
11 60
101 oo
292 15
22 40
159 05
L68 40
48 50
75 25
22 70
28 5"
91 I.S
61 65
362 15
286 ss
360 20
117 90
73 70
213 80
254 40
245 75
170 55
Ul 05
181 10
132 OS
170 60
57 10
24 90
28 35
40 15
97 35
24 66
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C. September 2nd, 1913.
N. R. BROWN,
Deputy Assessor and Collector.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Separate Bealed tenders, superooribed
"Tendei* for Manufacture and Delivery
of Superstructure Metal, Hritlgo at
Taghum, 13.C," an<l "Tender for Substructure ami Erection of Superstructure Bridge at Taghum, B.C.," will 1")
received Iiy the Honourable tlio Minister of l'uhiic Works up to noon of
Tuesday, the Uth October, tor the
manufacture and delivering f.o.U earn
at Taghum, B.C., and for the oompletfl
substructure anl erection or superstructure, respectively, of the bridge
over the Kootenuy River at Taghum,
B. 0.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
1 and foi ins of tender can be seen at the
offices of the Government Agents at
Nelson, New Westminster, Vancouver,
and HeveUloKc, and also at the ollice
ofthe Public Worles Engineer, parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one . opy of
the drawings and one' copy of thc specification for lh>' sum or twenty live dol
lars (*Jir>).
Each tendei- must be accompanied by
an accepted bank chocpie or certificate
of deposit on a chartered bank, of Can-
o,dg, made payable to the Honourable
the Minister i.f Public Works, for the
hAim of 81,000, Whioh shall be forfeited
if tie' party tendering decline t.e eniw
into contract when lulled upon to do
so. The cheques or certificates ejf do
po it ot iiiHi'icessful tenderers will be
returned to them upon the execution ot
the contract.
'l'li'1 successful teneler.-r nball farnisD
.■i bond of a guarantee company satisfactory lo the Minister ,,[ Public Vorks
in the sum of Ine thousabd loPur-i
($.**.,000) for thc elm; fulfilment of <U
contract.
Tenders will no1 be consi lered uni«<s
made .mt een the forms supplied, -e.rn-
e>d willi the actual   -i • ■ n.-i t u > • ■ ..i   i ll ■ ten
derer, and cne lo ed    in tie'   envelope!
furnished.
The lowest or anv t nl r not .isfls
sarily accepted
J. E. QRIFFITH,
Puhlio Worke* En • in iei
Department of Public Worl. .
Victoria, B.C., September 3rd, 1913
Ftutert to   Sth Oct.
Mlckly  at:n
ne throat u.ul lunc*.
Oursi  COldo,  anl  healH
• '       ::       2J cents.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -    Niijht Phone 85
HARD COLDS
When they first come, the best time to
break them up. One standard remedy—
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Sold for 70 years.
As* Your Doctor.        Mmetm.i, rih»d«.
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2-2 x 4   2x6
No.    I   2x8
No.    I   2x10   2x12
$13
$19
$20
Wr are Overstocked ia No. i and No.  I 1 eei^f
dimension and offet above prlca u Ion
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.^re YOU Particular?
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.!
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Do you want things to he just SO?   Then  we would like  \oii  [or
ei customer.
We promise  you  satisfaction,    We promise  you that   style,  fit,
puce, will please vou, and we'll keep our promise.
The best a'ls, we ever had were satisfied customers
I ADIES' SUITS $42 AND UP.   MEN'S SUITS $38 AND UP
Agents for Calgary Beer
H. F. M0RTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENT'S.
TAILOR
ADVERTISER   OF   FACTS SATURDAY,   SErT.   13th,   1913
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAGE  8BVB1M
Sold
Revelstoke  by   Bourne Bros., Ltd.
RIPE, LUSCIOUS FRUIT
freshly picked is the kind that
goes into canned and preserved
goods. And so great is the
variety that no home put up
supply could equal it. Try some
and you'll find it delicious and
almost as good as the fresh fruit
itself.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
*£
COMMISSION
ON TIMBER
ROYALTY
Victoria, B.C., Sept. 9—The possibility of deriving a larger and more   proportionate revenue from the timber resources of British Columbin is tho main
object of  the  inquiry  into tho  royalty
question which is being undertaken  by
Hon.  W.R. Ross, commencing at    Van- I
couver on Sept. S   Tho matter is    one
that affects the interests of the publio
at large.   After deliberation  which involved     consideration of   tho subject
from many angles tho conclusion    has t
been reached that the stumpage is   in
some instance being sold for less than j
ils worth and the object of an increas- .
ed and  possibly graded royalty is     to !
ins'ure that the timber resources, wbioh
iore the property of     the people, as re- \
presented by the crown, yield arcvenue
that is  considered commensurate    witb
their great value.   At present tho royalty is 50 eents per thousand feet board
measure, but this is insufficient.   It   is .
not considered a wise policy that    the I
timber men should be enriched at   the
expense of   the public, and  while      tho
the go.ernment is anxious  to do  ev- I
erything  in its  power to  encourage the
lumber  industry the  duty of  safeguard
ing the  public interests in paramount
to every other consideration.
lt is wiih this object in mind that j
Hon. W.R. Ross, the Minister of Lands
is setting forth lo tin important etep in
government. It is his hope that evi-
donee will be submitted by all lumbermen to him, who have interests in the
province ami that those whonre unable
to appear before him in person will j
make out memoranda of their case and I
forward them to be considered before
definite legislation is drawn up. This
course should illustrate to those who
hold timlwr licenses from the crown,
tbat the government is prepared to
give careful consideration to any
arguments against an increase in the
royally that maybe advanced. But
at the Same time it should not be for-
gotten that the government, in all
questions of its administration, owes
a duty to the people of Briti.-'h Columbia and in the matter of the timber ,
resources of the province it is essential
tbat the return in revenue should be
arranged for on a fair and p.|uital>le
barfs.
vr
)££-}
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Save One Ton of Coal
in Every Six
The  Economizer will do it.
While the cost of living has undoubtedly been
growing greater, at the same time it is true
there are some inventions that will offset this
increased cost of living, and the careful housewife takes advantage of these inventions.
On every Gurney-Oxford range there is an
Economizer which controls not only the drafts
but also the entire combustion or burning of
fuel  to create  heat.
This Economizer will save 1 ton of coal in
every 6 that you would use with the ordinary range.
The Economizer is a simple device, absolute
in its control. By merely moving the lever you
can obtain any degree of even heat in the oven.
This insures the satisfaction of always having
light, delicately  crusted bread and biscuits.
The kitchen fire ceases to be a worry if the
Economizer is on your stove.
The   Gurney - Oxford is   the   final result   of
experimental   thought. Science  has   given   it
a Divided Flue, a   new Special  Grate,   and   a
Broiler attachment.
This Gurney Oxford range is primarily a
a saver of money, time, and energy.
Revelstoke
Hardware Co., Ltd.
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1, W.H.S. Horobin aod C.   ft. Macdonald, of Revelstoke,  B.C., by occupation  a  Broker  and  Druggist,    give
| notice that we intend on the 19th day
!of July,  1913, next, at eleven o'clock
in the forenoon, to apply to theWat-
j er Commissioner at his office at Revelstoke, B.C., for a license to take aod
use on ■ only cubic feet of water   per
second from Mountain Creek, n tributary of. No tributary,  flows to Col -
umbia river.
The water will bc used on Lot S.E.
I oi S.E. 12,  Sec. 34, Tp. 23, R. 2, W.of
j bth M., and on W. |, L.S. 12, Sec. 35,
R. *2, Tp. 23, W. of 6th M., and on W.J
I L.S.  12, Sec. 35,  R. 2, W.    of 6th M.,
j for Irrigation purposes.
We intend to apply at the same time
I for permission to store sufficient water
j to feed pipe only.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1913.
C. R. Macdonald.
W. H. 8. Horobin.
1st iss. July 30, fodys.
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■ ^. ID '4. ^p lil ■'J.i I J,' IX' 'X' 'X' ' lr \P
$Y0U CAN MAKE      4f
SOMEONE ♦
I HAPPY
I
By Giving
them your
$
I Piano Votes!
If  You Are Not
saving for yourself
BE SURE AND ASK FOR
THEM WITH EVERY
CENTS WORTH
OF    YOUR
PURCHASE
WHY NOT ENTER THE
BACE YOURSELF
Lawrence Hardware^
Co., Limited,     i
♦«$H£#*$l$M$M$f«$H$M$H$M
SEPT. 6
30 DAYS
si
SEPT. 6
THIS LARGE STOCK Df MEN'S AND BOYS' UP-TO-DATE
CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS TD DE CLEARED OUT
Within 30 Days. No Reserve
Consisting of
Men's and Boys' Clothing
and Furnishings
PRICES    AWAY    DOWN
Sale Starts Sept. 6,1913
WATCH OUR WINDOWS FOR BARGAINS
C. S. MTARLAND
MEN'S SUITS
?$&■% " $17.50
MEN'S SUITS
Regular $17.50   . <jj*|5.00
lo $25.00
MEN'S HATS
$2.00
Regular $3.00
$3.50. $4.00
Men's Panamas
Regular $7-50 (fcrr (\(\
to $9.50....     "    $3.vU
MEN'S CLOTH CAPS
Re<|. 50c
to 75c
35c
MEN S DRESS SHIRTS
50c
Regular $1.00
Regular $1.00
L
MEN'S ARROW SHIRTS
$1.25
Reg. $1.75
to  $2.50
Men's ARROW COLLARS
2 for 25c
Men's ^ Boys' Silk Ties,
tR0ef^0c    -    25c
Lots of Odds and Ends of
Men'sand Boys' Underwear
HALF PRICE
MEN'S SHIRTS
Odds and Ends
Your choicefor
65c
Boys' ribbed Cotton Hose
All Sizes
All Sizes
25c
Men's Silk Lisle Half Hose
tRoef5c50c  3 for $1
Men's Cashmere Half Hose
Black    and Tan
Reg. 35c and 50c
25c
£ ?AGK EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  SEPT.  13th.  1913
LOCAL and GENERAL
=NIM Will the Harvest Be?
Nut  :or yeurs huve crop conditions
bud more significance to    tbe country
*-»'%.-»-»"%.-»'»-»^%'%'» ■%M%^^%^%^^ ^.«.««.%.^.«^'«.'«.«.«.«<«.«.«.«.'».'*.'»«.«.
X BUSINESS LOCALS X
oa.^.-a.-a.m.-m.-a.-a.-a.-a.-a.a.a.a.-a.^.-a.'a.^.^^.a.    Ill   large than till.    ...il  uil.     The    farmer     »•».»■».»•»-%.-».-«k-».-»-».^"».-
is interested dt course, but he is   not J
Mr. and   Mrs. Thomas   Bradshaw loft  tho only one  interested.   Tbc  financier,'    The manager of the Empress theatre
Thursday  morning tor a two-weeks'hoi tbo manufacturer and tbo businessman k&8 secured as u special attraction for
•i-i.-.y i" iln* Okanagan district, are scanning tbu news with tho closest  lhu Fa" Fail'' ltith' 17t(l and 18th> lho
come of the harvest, which is uow prac
Mr,  Kd. Trimble, road superintend -   tic-ally assured.   Tho furmor bus    boon
ent, is wearing a     happy smile     these* not the only anxious ono tbis season,
days,having moved into his commodl- which is only another   woy of saying
ous quarters in the new court bouse       that agriculture    is  tbe real source of
this country's progress nnd prosperity
A recent government estimate for
Saskatchewan places the wheat yield
tor that province al 1-5,000,000 bushels.   If   this is   taken as   nn   indication
Announcement—"1 personally uuurnn
tee Officer 666 to be ono of the best of-
City Fire Inquest
Ou   Thursday • night tho Coroner's
jury, sitting  to  investigate   the  death
of supposed Thomas  Suudford aud tin-
City hotel fire, met in tbo Cltyllull at
8 p.m. in adjourned session.
Corouor Dr, Hamilton presided,   tbe
SOCIAL and PERSONAL
Mr. W. H.  Hurnell  returned  Wednesday from a month in tbe cast.
faring)   this   season. Kmpress   theatre,  full jury, consisting of Foreman   Hub-      Mr.   J. P. Forde,   district    engineer,
executive committee of Bt.
.1 ihn's Young People's Society, will
iii.-c", at ilu- Manse on Monday eveuing
.ti ', 30 ie' plan for the work of thi
ve.iu.n_'  winter,
See O.S. McFarland for great snaps,
too muny to mention on paper advor -
tislng but coma yourself and boo the
muny bargains. Boys suits, underwear, stockings, rubbers, caps, shirts,
collars. Como in and get a shoo life,
button-hook or laces froe, whilo they
last.
Monday,  Sopt. 15th. "-W.A.  Smytbe.    BQU( ftu(,  Mwgl,g   aUm,^  J, Hume, J.  went soulh on n business trip Thursday
Vou  need not worry  aad muss     up Di-pllSOn, Kincaid und McRuc were     In
your wife's tidy kitchen with smutty uttenduuso.
pipes if you use Coursier's coal.   t.e.  I    Coroner Hamilton   pronounced     the
court open ut 8:10 p.m., thenee continu
If you  wsnUo laugh for two hours mg'_MTnlg ,0urt wus adjourned about
Mr. Sam  McMuhou  took  a trip      to
Halcyon for u couple of days Ihis week
site "Officer GG0, Empress theatre Mon- two weeks ago for the purpose of  try - Bows
day, Sopt. 15th.
Mrs.  Harold Clark uf Golden, is the
guest for a   weelt or   two ci   Mrs.  H.J.
A  silver cream and sugar set    given
Mr.  Beuedb t, ol th ■  Provin ial    De-
i | tment,    wa  in town th.   for ■   part
<ef this week.   He is on a   It ip   » gani; ■
ing the work ee: th,.   rangers    .nnl the
li | hi >ne fire pi otoct iv e sei t ii e
Mr.  Wilfred Burnett formerly of   tins
C P.R, al  Revelstoke, has a - spied   a
of what tbo wost will do, then the crop  away Saturday night at the Rovelstoko
of   1913    will  be something   tu      talk mardware.
about,
NOTICE.
At tbo Trueman Studio, all portraits are high grade and guaranteed.
—A.  Douglas Tournar.
Tho Trueman Studio is tho houso
for high class finish for amateur work
all  prints with white borders.
Revelstoke's home of art—Tho True-
man     Studio.   Cull and  soe us,   when
discussing   portraits.   Prices   to
all.
Mr.  JuoU Probyn is adding  a quick
inch counter and   restaurant   to    tha
The biggest cash purchase tliis week
wins a silver cream  and sugar   ut the
ling to lui-ute two mon wo thought
could givo valuable information iu regard to the cause of (hisllro. Wo think
theuo two men ure now ou  tho prairie,  "'^oy*
working in the harvest, but it has been    A total eclipse of the moon Is    due
impossible  to locate  tbem.   I do    uot ,.u,iy Monday  morning, visible here  ul
think    Hint anything would be gained 7  a. m.
suit   ),y further adjourning  this  inquiry and
1 think you are all conversant  with tbu
videtice which  has been given.
Mr. V.V. Civcche returns today from
Tboru a visit back to his    homestead    near
I'M mon ton.
Notice Is hereby given thai ibo Oanadian Pacific Railway Company did
em the   third day of   September,       101:1,
'■   Ition with  the  Kootenai   Agencies, deposit.in the Land Registry Office   in
ond will devote hia  entire  time 10  the ,Ul, city of Nelson, in the  Province of
nee lep rt ment of   the  business, British Columbia.   Plan,    Profllo and
.,    mtside man. Hook of   Reference   showing     double
SPARRING   MATCH—Between Kd-
die  Shannon aud E.  Thomas,     at    tho
Empress  theatre, next  week.   Shannon
is tbo rising young boxer who went    a
twenty-round preliminary   before      lb--
Rivcrs-Woolgast match, and tbe    other
lad is a worthy opponent of the fight-
track and  grade revision of tho    main  m    *■ r*snmaa-
Uevelstoko Hordwaro.
At C.S. McFarland's nig Sale   yuu
cun save   monoy on  boots and  shoes,
trici  Engineer    Wescott, o:     the
ice. is in Revelstoke go-  llne "* *■-*'8aid Canadian Pacific Rail-.
lingo er  the roads of tho district,  con-   Wliy l>^eu lleavermouth   awi   RoBS      Uoa',  \03{i you, hard-earned votes in
Peak, Mile 74.46and Mile 88.66, Mouu-
t iin Subdivision      "Revised location"
duly  approvodby   the Board of  Railway Commissioners for Canada.
Dated this
'th day of September 1913   and ti
E. W. BATBMAN, lm...
Local   Right of Way & Licen ■■        J
Agent,   Vnncouver,   B.O.      Vou can't get your winter'
.1   is-.  Sept.l3,2t,
1 ng with Superintendent Trimble,
an • iut future work -oniie to i
,*« th ro mi>.  ■ 1 ills and bri I ■■
!u :h ■ Presbyteri en    hu
1 min iter, Rei   J.W.   St ■-. ■ ns >n -.
1 ii i'i  th-'  iiuii n ng 01      T ■     Bow
rm the Cloud," and in th-- evening   on
"Unrealised    Vims."    Sl 1 angers       in 1
yisitol • hesi
, ■
When   th    fire bell .      laj
:      ;ood, that tb
nr * e   ' fire hall ge     p;sid ior j persons  li ivinji    nny
takii       out the 1 ! ';"" '  :•*■"'-  ;,u'' '
hoi r.i- who nidi 1111 or uboul   1 bu  lot .1
1    work luring days,   and   ,|,IV of April. 11)13. nl KovolHr.okein tbe
Ue  1,1 gade   Province ni   P.i-iii-U Columbia, are r«-
a 1 sucb   times. ijiiired  to   -.ml   by  post prepaid or to
iP-livi-i iu II a iii.ili-i Bigin ii Solicitors
3ervioesin   h<  Mel    idisl    : t.   1 <>r Wubcv H. Hell, the adinmistrntor
I I 111- esl '!'■ i'l '111- ■- llll lli-,-e:l>i-il,lbi'i'.-
the Lawrence Hardware Piano Contest
by keeping tbem back. Hand thom in
each Wodnesday. Votes are not to bo
held over. The colors will bo changed
old  votes will thou be value-
I this
year by making faces at the engineer,
as tbe train goes by, but you can wear
lhc mall -i- of the estate of Arthur | •'' smile if y°u °btain your ifupply from
Scolluu-tic, In .• of tbu City of Kev-   Coursier. t.e.
elstoke. B, t'.. decease I,
NOTICK   i-  hciehy  Riven   that nil     Jobbing  done,   window  cleaning     a
claims   in-   -.I ■-  specialty, splitting wood, etc.     Apply
1 c An but* Scot-   N   jj, Martin, City Restaurant or telo-
is uo more evidence to bo brought out,
it is just a question of asking yon tu
consider tbc evidence uud bring in u
verdict accordingly.   I um sorry     we
Oannotlocate these men'; tho police have
and fur tho coming   winter sucb as   rub-  doue  everything in  their  power to  lo-
bers, overshoes, muckinaw coats,  also  into them, but tbey have not been able
heavy wool mitts.    Its    a   little early   to do so.    There is only one thing left,   Vancouver  Hun, is slaying'in town on
for these but tho old saying  the (early  ami that is for you  gentlemen to  bring  business tor a week or two.   Hu i.s    uC-
bird i-iiti-hcs the  worm) and   the    prices  in 11  verdict,    lain  not   going  to sum  lonipaniod  by Mrs.  Marsh.
nre away down low as wo havo lo sell  up tho evidence, because you gentlemen
these and many other lines  before   the  have    all  given careful  uttentiou      to
same, and I think you are quite eo.n-
pelont  to brine; in 11  verdict.''
Tin-  court   100111     Was  then  cleared,
and     after retiring for fifteen minutes,
tbe foreman of the jiuy,  Mr. A. Hob-     Mr. i>M. Trimble   returned Thursday
sun, handed in th   following verdict:      Hum a   trip mi     whi h    ho    conducted
"Thai  tho    said    Thomas Sandford   Hon. Thos. Taylor on a torn  ,,[ insp	
came to bis death at Rovelstoke, B.C.,   rum .if iho road wort .In   through the
on tho "itb day of August,  I'.Hit, by be-  districi  of Arrowhead,  Bunion,    Cuming burned In a firo at the City hotel at  borne, etc.
Revelstoko  aforesaid.    We find  that the
inst ol the month,
to clear.
Stetson bats   50c.
GALT COAL is handled exclusively
in Rovelstoke by the Revelstoko General Agencies, Ltd.
Mr. .lames Collinson, accompanied by
a frten I from Ontario, leaves today
[or a shooting and lishing trip up thru'
Ihe old  Donald district.
Mr. Marsha representative ol*-   the
Mr.  U.    \\ ■• . . oi   thu
1 1.11I ract  ui   blllldill',   a new    llotol       for
Mr. Clayton Tapping in**the corner oi
Orton avenue and Kiisi street. Ue will
■ ommenco work at once.
Star Theatre Tonight—Battle of San
Juan Hill, in three parts, great Bison
101 Spanish American War Picture
Universal Weekly. Monday, Fair Kx-
change, in two part-, LeDatling    and
I hone 88.
2iss.
Night of Anguish in I wo" parts. C.au-
mont Weekly. Wednesday, lired in the
Hone,  three  reel 10]   Bison.—At    Star
Theatre.
Kenzie aveuue, will bene lo     Sunday
II .lie 'S    II 11
d.lr.
and lull part icn-
at 11 a.m. md 7:30 p.m P s* >i Re , liiisimvtiiinjjoftheirclaiiusandstute-
Lashley Hall, If we have not seen you m nts of 1 heir account and,ihe nature
■here   e,„i.   along.   Good choir   Visit    "■ ties, if any. held b.v them,
iiJ--ofSJa*-2J3KJS-*aja&i-D|-2*c^^
SALES and WANTS
Labor Riois at .lamai'-a. Tuesday said fire was started by .une incendiary unknown to tbis jury, iu wil ne- s
whereof we bavo signed our names."
Gun Club Shoot
The Revelstoke Gun Club turned out
yeaterdayln the last regular shoot oi
the   eason.   W.A.   Foote   won the  Du -
Poiiltrymen Meet
A special meeting     of lhu Revelsloke
Poultry and Pet Stook Association was l10"1 Powder Medal on the entire years fne
IOc. line   ::   Mhlmtim 25c
aiaiaia*sisiari3jaiai5iaiaEiaic!ic!iiaiaJsi3Jeu
iml     t   ll    ll      Itfl   e-C     I   ll''   ill   '1      lla\      Uf       \llVe    111
and travellers very welcome Morn-   her. 1913, said Walter H. Bell will pn
will have as then   . ceed to distribute tlie  assets of tbe
suid deeensed among the persons en-1 TO    LET—I   have a nice    Furnished
titledI therM..  having regard  only tu     Houge ,0 [at, on Third street, West.
I lie' clailllS  III   Wlliill   lie-   sil  .|1   1 bi'll  line .     „.      ,, ,, .    rtm'n'll    ■    Jt
A.W.  Connolly,  at G.W. Bolls   Store
{the pa
will  discuss thi   nuestion 0:     the j
Temporal  Power, which  is con 1 had notice, nnd that the saiu artmini
more to the lion;.   Sui laj    choo   - tiatoi   uii!  not   be liable for the said
:   2:30 p.m. issets or any part thereof to unv per   K0R    SALE—Four    Milch Cows,     in
son ot  whose claim be shall not then      ,   .1      _: ,,.   u. ._, ,
1 ,.i\ nor m;   ■ .  1 on
-
U V. ■:.;.     : i.e    j
..;   ...    iw... .   a . ...
,   .        .-tii to
Adatu-'un. hj ...     >y R.
w    i.u;. nor, bis son
iuim.
■'
it   one
. .1
■it  Agent  it   Gi   -i .s
iratinns for m
md   records mtu
Like a ti
'l -n     . a
lh"   ship, and     w:. .-■ ■     1
•-: '    -Oik tor   tl ■ -Mi.  .;    11 ,:,.,;
i     transfer wi
hat e- received notl
Dated    ,    Revelstoke, B. <*., this 3td
dav of Septembei. IUUI,
ll.\i.-\ fa . Mi Cau :i-;ii >•>; Pinkham,
Solii itnrsfoi  Waltei II. Bell.
I :, Iui 1 sal -.■;> ti
NOTK 1-. is hereby given  th U John
Clayton Tapping,   'he-   h
cense ti    sell   l:i|ui      live..; ,'i   at  1 be
pn mis •-   k in wn    e.  ; b •  ('ii y   II .-.■:.
i' isl Stie 1.  lie-*- eUioke, 11 in ely Lots
I to 1 ! '■.   ■ k    *■      I'ian
ic-td   1: ;:    c,   ii
applj   to  the    lie. M .1    f:f    Lie .  ■■-.     (  Ol    -
II ssi  tiers for the Cily   ■ ■•   li">
held ne;    . ',.■.,
eiav s fri first
■
.'ili--,
uf  First  H
■
VI
good shape, animals can be inspected an.! terms obtained from Charles
Granstrom, across Columbia River
Bridge, Old Town, Revelstoke
.!
AGENTS    WANTED—To   sell    Fruit,
le  and     Ornamental Tree-   aud
Sm ill   Fruit Plants.   Apply    Royal
Nurseries,  Ltd..  Til) Dominion Bldg.,
Vancouver,   British  Columbia.      2t.
RENT -I   have a nice     furnished
ren      Wi      gi      po
1  1    -.il.    : \     plj       ll'.l
west,  or Mis.    J.   C.
• .m  Hlock. S I I
ptember  lib   -,  Wat h,
■
lt. pd
endonmou*.    ui  thc oiel   . its
plea .:Dt   :■
trict
A riot of dea
cribc D     .'.'a
tneiodiara^ii ■   tares,       Offloei tit(
•■vhl h  kppcnr?  d   *
MonJ iy, -
nearly a •
ind t     1 Got
for tha*
" ou.- play
ay.   In con t - ab
solutely t 111 1
ID
In oi.   , 1
. ^i  to :h. tarll
in i peris t :..aze of   mys    \        ,   .
want thou    :.*      iption f.>r
•  .    -.,.;
Thome "    of
publi .n.. ta    ■        it
R'vel-toke in th'- pro*»l imeat
i  •   >r.'-d   to  town W-in ■ si   U   ii
ter a four day toir of tic er.l
oi his bik*  ConstHueni y
\wniting him at tb* I. . Edward
wen telegrami calling ;o> hi .-nmed-
ia'c presenoe at the oa-- ee-. irgent official matters, and hews- compelled
Ihrre'ore to ml  -l.o-■ W l*t itay
here,   leaving by the early     morning
train Tbur-day  for Victoria,
It h possibl" that the Hon. Gentl--
man will return to open the Ravel-
stokr Sin'h Fill Pair an>l BzhibitiOn
on Tue-'lay, September ICtb. but h"
was unable lo make any defini'e prom
i*e«,»' owini; »o ihe  abspn'** of Prem ■
For Hair Health
If Rexall "93" Mair Tonic does
not Improve the health of your
scalp and hair, we will pay for
what you use during the trial.
i;  KB :
■ eos-
■
Roi
.'l !•■ risk no mi
1
■
■   for  thirty   el,v.:    the-     '
}ii'.
,    I
I.-i.l. il.e' monej      , p ii!
u •• won't  ul .     my.
tliinc. nor
ba        .-.      • . ,;,
sny way.    We will take your 1
Wnr'l.     COUld S m; ,     ■
1  mi i.l we do Anything more to pr
our belief in Rental]   '*t" H nr 1
snd 'e'ir hi      •■      ' ...rjee,*. in rei
mending it to youf
RoihU ' '1 I" II 1 r "on!     ■
ant in um m spring water  u       is
but a faint, pleasing odoi. »
in twu mr.f-i .,! bottles, o1).- -mel (
You run buy Retail     M"  Hnir T-mio
in thu mmmunity only at our store
WALTER  BEWS.
r«.»i.i eu- Hrttiih Cslombla
Th. yUCOtt Storm
Th«r^ ii n tlrralt Htsira in na.riy avr-ry town
inl rily in  lli»   1,'nilMt  HUtni, 0»n»d% »nl
firr»t   Britain.    Th^m   in   a   diflftr-n'
K'm*ly for namrty arrry ordinnry hum»n ill
«Mh »np«ml»lly <lMi(ncd Inr lhn pur'inilur ill
for whioh it in rrr/mrrtanriaA.
Th* Retail SUrei art ARMriCe*'* Orcalnt
Drug Storta
tNTED—  .
. .    .live work by the day. Ap-
.    - test. itt.
*-. ..K -Cheap, Ifi ft, Lam
.T,f      -1
-..   prioe  »•'"' DO—
•"■ iwhead      it.
WANTBD- -Smyth      ,-.   ploj
• 0
-.   to Smyth, s E I ploj
•   . - ■ .,
FOR  SAL
Hot .114, City.
ueld lasit night in Smythe's ball to receive report Irom delegate F. Fleet -
bam, who was in attendance at thc
meeting of lbc li. C. Poultry AsKuCiri -
tion held in Vancouver last weak.
Mr. Fleetham reported that owing to
the amalgamation of the Revelstoke
Associatioa witb the Arrow Lakes
l'oultry Association for show purpose.
an appropriation had been secured
from the governmenl grant iu . v c ,,1
the amount usually received and tbat
thore would be available [rom same
&!50. The amalgamated a>-o iation
will be- known asthe Rovelstoke and
Arrow Lakes Association of which the
officer for 1*913 are:—President, Jurat'''
Mathie; vice-president, .1. Baird, Nakusp; Sec-Treas., R.M. Smythe, Kx.-. m
live.w.A. Foote, .1.1. Devine an I R.J.
Ballard  (Rcvolsto: - .  A.  Ball,   .' rro**
Lakes;   A.   Hi on. II,   Nakusp.
lh    -bow mi December     2,3, ami   I.
will h.' held  in  Revelstoke     and in 1011
h     how will   hi- hei 1 in Nakusp      at
Buch point on the Arrow Lakes as may
;n dei 1 ledon later.
Mi. Fleetham also reported good pro
being  made ..n  preparations    for
c 1 an I  Fork   on  Dei   Hth  to  12th.     A
carload ol poultry for competitioi   has
ni-eii  promised by  ihe-   Alberts Poultry
1 * "en    Thi   I   a  return  :ourtesy
for the exhibit mude by thee B.C. Poultry Association   it thee   Kdmonton  fair.
1 lonnidei able disi usslon  look plai ■  al
' V.iii.'ouvci on the  -uiiie.. 1 ,,f protecting
I the producer and  . on-auner in   the   mat
ter of   • old W uij     ,,hl   as
fresh  eggs to the  detriment of  both lo-
idueei   e'i 1   on umel
Mi    Fleetham  •■ ported thai   the  De
nt  of Agrii -il' in e   ha I an ange '.
IOI    Ml      Wei       'ei    P ■■      lo    pl  i.e      lhe'
1 wards it the Revelstoke FnllFair next
* k. foi   which   Mi   Smythe   reports a
tmber of  entrie   iln ad    Bceii
■ ■    B w it   r tgei    and il   SeUrhfrled,
:  ,.v  rn
le'liootiiiM with lho good seo re of -t-
0111 e.f 2.">u with the handicap; Sturdy
was second with 235; Barber 3rd, 232;
McDonell ith 230. Thi [o rd -hoot
ing lor Foote, considering ii is bis seo
ond  year at  the  traps.
The Dominion Cartridge Co. Medal, alterations made to hi- residence t^n
was shot off yesterday, resulting in a Fourth street. The hou.^e has been mo-
win for Barber. This was .1 handicap, ved back, raised onto u cement busu -
at 100 targets, Foote and Barber get- ment and is now being completely lath
ting 6 targets each, Blwell  7 ami Mor- e.l .ind plastered'and a new kitchen ad-
Some of the Methodist Ladies' Aid
have been very busy this weekcfiroctiiig
a corps of volunteers ercoliug a booth
ou Lhe Pair Qrounds. For three afternoons noxt week thee ladios will sell all
sorts e,f delicious eatables and drink -
utiles.
Mr. Chas.Haddon, chief foi*est rungar
of this district, wenl ona trip of Inspection to Beavermoutb Thursday,
foresti v ib pai tment aro building
shelter cabins along all tho Big Bend
of the Columbia from Beaver mouth t0
Revelstoke. Mr. Tom Edwards is iu
charge of ibis work.
Mi   .1.  Laughton is  having extensive
ris s.   The following are the Bcores;
Barber broke .*-*-, 'jot 5, total 03,
McDonell broke 00, got  0, total 90,
Foeit.- broke HO,  fot ">,  total 85.
Siui-dy broke 80, got'0, total «0.
Elwell broke 75, j;ot 7, total 80.
Morris broke 03, (,-01 8, lotal 7.">.
Hnteei   wm-the Dominion Cartridge
i'o. medal,
FREt
BIBLE
LECTURE
de-d Mrs, Laughton nnd family aunt the coast until their house is com-
I letod.
Miss lily 1 in'. 11. \.. ,,f Dalliousie Uui-
\.'i*siiy, N.S.. 1 in lown. staying nt the
Kui^ Edward. Mis Blythe ba been
teaching in Saskatchewan and is now
Waiting for permission to teach in B.C
Sh.- visitoel the Revelstoke Central
Bchool on Thursday and was greatly
impressed with the ability and sinn.l
big of the classes. Our pupils compare
w ill wuh those ■'( eastern ,-iiies.
There will bean Interesting lecture in
tin- ReveU'toke opera house, tomorrow
(Sunday) afternoon at :'• o'clock. Tbe
International Bible stu.Icm Association has arranged (or Mr. W.H. Farror,
of Vancouver, B.C., to give his lecture
" Beyond lbe Qrai e," in the
house on Sunday.   .Mr. Ferrer
A very rociable affuli was the aft'-r-
ei..on tea given on Wednesday by Mrs.
\. Mclntyre, foi he-i Bister, Mis. Davis
Afie-i a liitle- sewing an advertising
contest.was Introduced.   The' guests all
i'i'1 an  iiiiincii ,- at nl oi fun out of
lilting ih.- right names to tho advertise
ments, in mo-t eases guessing Very
Wide of lie mark. Mrs. Hows proved
sh.- iiee-t knew hei ncighbnrs wants and
opera   was awarded a   popular    hook.      Mrs.
•laims   Davis sane a lowly contralto solo. The
that whentheBible I    rightly     under- daintiest    ol refreshments woe serve.)
Btood, and texts applied where they lie- 1 y the hostess, assisted by Mrs.  stew-
long, ihai   apparent contradictions van art.
-h an I thai llie plan of ihe Oreat Mas-
McBride Has Double
PRIVATE    x;.i     ff * House-
.        '1 i- •
■   •
' ;.•. I
Ma'tr     ss,    omplet'-.   I:r»sser
mode,  Din 1 rounel
■• ('..ari. Miring chairs
oak.   Mahogan,-   P ,r
1  Settee md Table, two
Ko li r       0 qnares   Linoleum,
Curtains,   Conch,   Refrle-nrator,   Kit-
fhen J.in?.r H<>wmir .Much •
11-     Ol eainphon*   nnri   Re.  ,rl        t
Ira One     Lawn  mower,  fiarelsn 'oolq
and   hO"'.    All   mu  '   tc-   old in   ;    f<-w
dnv     for eash   only.    K.   F.   Ticker,
N'o    t,  Fifth  street,  Rcvelstok ■       2t.
All   the-   Itore   will  rloe^e   .it noon   on
he   I8th, for   lbe  Fair.
Mr. Frank Paulding has resigned his
position on the Mall Herald and Leaves
tonight foi Craigellachie, where he will
join bis brother, Mr. J.B. Paulding, in
lho si..re and ranch.    Mrs. Frank    and
.hildren will   follow as   soon as     (thoir
n- idence is completed, li is under
-Mood that Paulding Bros, intend ti >
pay particular attention to poultry
tannine.-, etc. Mr. l'anldiug will Ims
greatly raisseid -in musical circles, where
his splendid bass voice, has been heard
all too sehloin While he has resided here
However, Craigollachde is not bo very
far away.
Ilydio  Rngineer of  Kootenay.  'luir
goust"  paid a    flylni;  vi It    to town
icr MoBride  in London,   M-p/'-senoe   is from Qoldan on  Monday.   He Is    busy  Bend wlll  he held  Sunday,  Bept,   llth
n<«'*iMl nlmoot   .very   lays'   thi  Cap-  figuring out tho water rights  filiation   Hieam"r   Revelstoke   leavn    Obi Town
Fin- Brigade Nol I picnic ur> the Big
ital of our Provinoe.
for the provin-ial  Ian-Is department.     Iwharfat  7 a.m.
tei Builder for the race of mankind be
om.- as pl 1111 a- noon- lay, and is a
cause. (); great rejoicing. He further
claims that an understanding of God's
Plan 1 the -mly ha-i ' for union anion:: Christian people. Mr. Farror gave
up the ministry in ihe Presbyterian
rhurch t ngage in this most important  work ol -timiilntint; Bible study.
The lecture ls unsectarian and absolutely free.   All are  invited nn<l  will  be
Sii  Re hard M.uriau'o   'double" has made welcome.
arrived at   Victoria.   There Was no mis    '"
taking the   likeness whioh  was  prodlg -     The Revelstoke    Musical    Society -
■oiiHiy    faithful    lu  fa. t, so lirlklng Profeisoi   Brownell attended rehearsal
that on ths    double'!*' arrival 0f above Society on Wadneaday evening
hotel, two very prom     md after putting the members through     Mr. Wilmot, inspector of pre-empt-
Inent   membei   of tin   Conservative par  MVCral glees, spoke highly of their sing ions under the provincial government
ly,n   v   ' ' "  '"*   f,°'"  lh""     *ei"    lng,and prediotod that with good prao for the Kootenay district, is in, Revel-
la and  Lowed  very    ce,,.-   tice they   had lbe   makings of  a      very  stoke on official  business.   He will cou
V  good    society.   It i.s proposed  ,0 hold  tinue his  tour    south leaving   Monday
the tlist concert about   the middle     of  morning.
Outobei and there is -till a vacancy for
a lew (rood voice*. I    Mrs-  R°y McDonald  0n Sunday  last,
received a telegram conveying the sad
The Postmaster Oeneral, in bis annu- ncwrfof the death of her brother, Mr.
in«'ni new p ipers in the tight little prig nl report, which was recently transmit FredOough, of Newcastle, N.B. Mr. T.
iipnii'v ol Wni. To a Tunc mBn he ted to-Congress, aL'ain recomraeods Qough, father of deceased, is at present
gently admitted his Hkenes to Uritish 'bat the telegraph lines of the United in Revelstoke spending a holiday with
Coliiniiee, premier, and remarked, .States should be taken over by the gov bis daughter Mrs. Macdonald, whilst
that when s rertaln British newspapei ernment an.l operated in connection Mrs.R. Squarebritrgs and Mrs. H.H.
published a Canadian upplement With wi,h tl"' mail servi.^.. It in believed Ferguson of Revelstoke ore altfo sisters
Blr Richard's portrait asthe front 'hat under proper management such a of de.'eased. The members of the fam-
pleie, he received dcens of cuttings of conaolMation would result in import- ily are now anxiously awaiting partio-
the likeness forwarded by friends who ant a onomics and permit adoption ol ulars by mail of this sudden bereavn-
h.id noticed it. lower telegraph rates. ment.
"hen  ihey i«»-  thMr  mistake
Th I'eUtile He,V.e-     e-|  .    l|||        [|,,     hail'lll-
10 hi   name     He 1    plain Willi ,111 l)n\ 1
Ol I '.idlff,   proprietor   .,(  the     Western
Mail, iml two othei of the mo 1 prom

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