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Vol. 19-1
"Hevelstoke, the Capital of Canada's Alps."
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Canada's Premier Province.
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REVELSTOKE. B. C. NOVEMBER 22, 1913
$2.50 Per Year
RALPH SMITH
And the  Liberal   Party
CP.R. DISCONTINUES
Sunday Local Trains
At  the  meeting    of    th« Provinolul
Progressive Party,     held    in Pender
Hull     recently,   Mr.   Fred  Ogle,      who
occupied the chair, announced that the
organization was a young men's party   been the nuly province in
and  the radical  wine/ of     the Liberal   (rain  services have beeu given ou  Sun-
I'aity in British  Columbia.   He hoped  day the same us ou Week  duys, all tho
jt would bc developed into  a lighting
CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETSHG
Commencing next Sunday, November
•23, the Canadian Paoillu Railway   will | ,
discontinue its local train serviees    on
the Lords i)„y.  British Columbiaha* Proposed   New   picture   Theatre.-Building Permit Ap-
POULTRY SHOW
Record Success Assured
which lucu
organisation. Mr. Ralph Bmith, formal Liberal member of Parliament, re -
iterated Ins desire for an, amalgama -
tion oi the Socialists and Liberals and
iu addition he would be glad to see all
other extreme radical organizations also join the Liberals, lt was the only
way.be said, that offered a chance to
defeat the McBride government.
Mr. James Couley spoke on the desir
ability ot free trade as against protection, urging tree trade with Britain as
a step in the right direction. He quoted figures to show thui  Canndian flour
Middle West and Eastern locui trulns
running six days ouly. The reason '
given by the coinpuny for withdrawing
the .service is that with the coming of
thu winter BeusOn, tratlic has fallen off
to such an extent that there is hardly
any evidence that the trains are needed
While the local trains will be run on
the same schedules aB formerly ou
week, duys, ou gunduys the following
trains will be elimiuatud: Tho Kamloops locals; the Agassi/, local, leaving
that place at 7:3b a.m. aud arriving in
Vancouver at 10:'IO a.m., and leaving
Vancouver uguiu for AgusBiz ut 6 p.m.
ibe  trains from  New  Westminster    to
plied for.—Canada's Jubilee.—The Lawson Account.
Aid. MeKinnon Denies Negligence on Part of Finance
Committee.—-The  Mayof's   View.-Aid.  Horobin   on
the Delay.
after   paying freight   and   middlemen's
was cheaper in Liverpool than  Coquitiam, connecting with  the Agas-
-•ither Winnipeg or Montreal,  si/, locals', morning and evening,    and
■froth
it was ir
and he quoted other statistics to show  the runs onthe Nicola branch line   to
that wages in factories were larger in
free trade Kngland thati in lhe United
States.
Mr. Ralph Smiih said that hew as as
.siiniu fot democratic principles today
a> he- was when he was twenty-oue.
Some of :iis more timid Liberal friends
though: he bad gone, loo far when he
had tig ra-.ively put ou a red sweater.
and gone over tu the Socialists iu an
address -,,me years ago. What hc had
meant w i- that tbey should secure the
aid of the Socialists and all the radical an 1 democratic organisations to
defeat the government in power,
did not mind his speech lieing criticized, as it was a darn poor speech that
could not bc criticized.
He bad words of praise for the young
men In the room and interested in the
orguni. ion he was addressing. The
Con-ei . itlve government in this pt
Ince wa- tyrannical and autocratic and
the young men should combine to overthrew it. Lilieral principles, he sard,
were wh it ihey should stand by. al -
though h>- said that there were Liber
Nicola from Spence's Bridge
A truln will leave Vancouver ou Sun
day on the time of the Kamloops local, but will only go as far us Mission
on the main line, where It will connect
with the trains for Seattle and Unitod
States points. This train will leave
Sunduy morning at 8 o'clock, returning here ui B:30 p.m., the same time
as lhe Kamloops local on week days,
but only going us far us Mission.
The deletion of the different local
services will go a long
lessening the amount of work under-
He taken by the railwaymen on Bundays.
Just how it was that British Colum
bin happened to have local services
while all the rest of the provinces, in
many of them wheie the traffic U
much heavier than it is in British Columbia, have been served satisfactorily
rov- with a week day service exclusively, is
wrapped up Ln a mystery that none of
the local officials have been able to
sohc Who of the many C.P.R. authorities established the precedent oi
Sunday locals  here or why,    was not
that British Columbia has1 bad a Sunday local service while none ot the
other provinces have hud similar treal
meut." said the general superintendent,
Mr. Peters, yesterday, in muaing the
announcement   of ihe  change.    "1   sup-
als     who nature    had never intended  stated yesterday    when announcement
should bi     ..nnected  with the  Liberal    of  'he change was made.
party.
The one thin..' that would make the
Liberal party stand was democratic
principles. It must bo radical and different from the Conservative party. T0
gain th-*i' principles Mr. Smith said
compromise was nee-essary. They
musl adjust their ideas and compromise witb the weaker win-; of the Liberal-. They must noi mnke their ideas
too Btrong for the latter. And these
two Wing* of tin- Liberal party must.
also compromise their principles to
meet il,.- ideas of all the extreme independent progressive organizations until thei.- wa-a great democratic combination in tbi- province which would
mean ihe overthrow of the Me Bride
government.—Exchange.
The Mayor (Aid. Kilpatrick') pre-
sided at lt meeting of the City Council
held on Friday night iu the City Hull;
when there were also present Aldermen
Horobin, McSorley, Bourne and MeKinnon, with the city Bolhitor (Mr.
MeCarter) aud the acting citv clerk,
(Mr.  W.A. Gordon.
RATING  OF CHURCHES.
Arising from the reading of the minutes of the last meeting.
Aid.   MeKinnon     asm-d if  the  term
"arrears" in ihe petition regarding lbe,
exemption  of  church  property      from
iaies would  be   tai»en to include     the
lutes ior l'JIU.
'lhe Mayor—Arrears will include, any
ihuie due belore the byiuw is dealt
with, until ihe bylaw is submitted to
tie'  people.
MUNICIPAL   DETAILS.
The acting city clerk read a
munication from *t ernon asiviug
detailed iuformalian concerning
municipality on lines similar to a system adopted there of compiling such
data, which he was instructed to at-
teud to.
Aid.  McSorley   said
statement   would   bi
own purposes.
The  Mayor—Ves.  it
esting   to have  siinila      	
cerning municipalities of similar standing.
The aciing city elerk was authorised
to prepare the particulars on the, mo-
tlou of Aid. MeKinnon, seconded by
Aid. McSorley.
PROPOSED BUILDING
Thc old rule "one thing at a time,
and lhat done well," is a good one to
employ hero in regard to our Winter
Poultry Show to be beld ut the Drill
Hall on December 2, 3, -1. Every mem
ber Is or should be a constant worker
to make th.i-' our Show, one of the
beStshoWB iu the interior of B.C. You
ouly have to look at the prize list and
^^^^^^^^^ see for yourselves what you .an     win
if you exhibit your birds never nun I
if you have been beaten at other shows
The acting city clerk was instructed anQ- tl„. ,,tber man says he has a better bird ihun you, show him you are
game and perhaps alter you will hav
com-
ior
the
such a concise
useiul  for  their
would be inter -
■ information con
to write asking   that  plans  and speci-
tteations  be tiled.
CANADA'S JUBILEE.
A letter was read from the secretary
of the movement in favor oi the holding of an exhibition in 1'JlT to celo -
urate Cunada s jubilee, enclosing expressions of opinion favoring .a.' project uud asking tor the co-operution of
the council in the project
Alu, ivi.Kiunou—I think that mighl
wait until we see what comes oi tbe
Peace Centenary affair.
The Mayor—Shull we file this*'
It was decided to acknowledge the
letter
ELECTRIC SIGN.
The Mayor slated he had received a
verbal application lor permission to
position an electric sign over McKiu -
non and Sutherland's  premises.
It was stated that  the matU-r     was
govcrnid by bylaw,  and on that un -
derslanding it  dropped.
WATER    SUPPLY    OUTSIDE CITY.
A uew draft agreement governing the
terms  upon  which  waler shall  lie sup-
a smile that will not wear ofl. Revel- &**> November
stoke always has given outside exhibitors B sipiure deal, you du not have- to
belong to the Poultry Association nor
do yuu have to pay the large sum Of
$1 to exhibit for the specials. Jusi
look at the silver cups; also how the
merchants have stood by the As'sociu -
tion, and why, because most of the
members boost our town nnd even send
their birds to Victoria and winning
birds ut that, which gives Revelsloke
a name that they have just as good a
lot ofbirds as you will hud anywhere
ill B.C. The specials given by the
merchants are one of the best that you
would und in any town und sure to
bring in a large string of exhibits. The
secretary und president and show superintendent are just as busy as they
can hc aud oh, that executive, what
with fixing up the coops and geumg
after thc printer, tbey are a bUBy
bunch
Thc Arrow  Lakes    Poultry Associa -
lion have  given a silver cup  valued at
plied to  certain lands' east of  the city *20 for the best utility pen of any pure
iioundary, between Miller and Bell and lm'd variety, one male and four fern -
the council, was laid upon the table. ules to ,h''  ""-'mbers 0f  the Revelstoke
Aid.  MeKinnon asked-U residents out Ioult|y  Association  and als'o    Arrow
side the city limits were allowed dis - Lukes Poultry Association.   So     any
Count for  prompt   payments.
The acting .-Uy clerk read the follow
Nobody knows just how It has lieen   tag     communication he   bad    received
pose it is because there has been more   not yel  completed plans  and speeificu-
iravelliug on .Sundays out  here. nous;  but  have seen your building in-
"The week-end is an established in- spector and shown him the proposed
stituiion here to a much greater extent work, but will submit as early as pos-
than in the East, and people weut up
and down the line on the day of rest.
The better boat service given by the
company now. with quick nips to Victoria and Nanaimo, and accommoda -
tion equal lo the best hotels en route,
bus attracted a great many to the
week-end resorts to be reached by wa-
The acting city clerk—Y'es.
Aid. Me Kinnon moved that the Ma-
:,iii' be' authorised io sign the draft agreement submitted. He added that he
would like to bani-'h the subject from
the council chamber when the agree -
ment had been signed.
Aid. McSorley seconded the proposition for the signing of the agreement,
which was agreed to.
COURT  OF  REVISION,
Aid   Horobin and McSorley with the
Mayor,    were appointed to act as    a
court of revision iu connection with the
voters' list
THE   LAWSON    ACCOUNT.
Aid. MeKinnon—With regard to the
matter referred   io the   finance      com -
sible.   The proposed building is 100 ft.   mittee at  the last meeting, the   com -
by 26ft„ concrete basement, solid brick   mittee had a meeting with Mr.     Law-
walls,  ruberoid   roof covering,  average   sou, the late city clerk and the ditler -
height of ceiling 13ft bin.   Basement at  cut matters were under disc
rear for hot air heating, electric lighting in  conduit.   Ground  lloor joists  -
by 10     wiih    10 by  12 beam on posts
through centre ceiling and roof jeeisi.-
tiom Mr. W.A. Wallace, architect, dated Nov. 21. "On behall of Mr. E. E.
Godwin, of Vancouver, 1 beg to ask
for a building permit to erect a moving pie tun- theatre on Lot IS, Block. Itj
McKenzie avenue, in this city.   I have
person that wantB to show what he
has, does not have lo exhibit exhibition stock for this prize. Our show will
be judged by comparison and will be
handled by E. B. Cale of Vancouver,
whose name is synonymous with square
dealing and efficiency. We would like
you to be with us if you cunnot at -
tend yourselves send along your birds,
and we promise you we will take cure
of them and return them promptly ul
the close of the show. Don't forget :t
only is 2i cents to come and see soma
of the be'st birds iu B.C. and help keep
up the good uume of our old town ol
Revelstoke.
At a meeting of tlie Revelstoke Poultry Associntiun held at Smythes HaU
J. Mathie in the chair, J. Devine, H.
Seigfried, F. Somes, Geo. Somes, F.
Fleetham. J.J. Ballard. F. Bourne, F.
Creech, Mr. Hack and Poultry Insinu
BYE-ELECTION
On December 6ih
The election in the Islands division
to till the eaciincy in the Legislature
created by thee resignation A ihe seat
held by Mr. Justice McPhlllip*. >v.ll be
held on Dei-ember 6. This date was
fixed by the Provincial Secretary, alter consultation with Sir Richard McBride, November *J", being named us
the day ior the nomination of   audi -
dates.
Tiie Conservative campaign will open
i.n Friday, November 21, when Sir
Richard will address a meeting at Sidney. The Premier will also address a
meeting at Ganges Harbor on Wednes
26.
On Monday, November 24, there will
bea meeting at Mayne Island, which
will be addressed by Hon. Dr.H. E.
Yoiin.', Provincial Secretary, and Mr.
J.P. Shaw; and these two speakers
will adde-ss" a second meeting at Fui -
ford Horbor, South Salt Spring Island. ,iii tie- following duy, Tuesday,
November 25.
At all these meetings several local
.speak"i- will address the voters, and
further meetings will be arranged in
the course ofa few days. Hon. W.J.
Bowser will probably address a meet -
ing, either ut Ganges Harbor or Sid -
ney, one- day   ne'Xt week.
No candidate has'as yet appeared in
the field o u the Libel al Bide, and ills
understood ihat the matter will be
thoroughly discussed ot a gathering ol
Liberals vvhb-h has been arranged, ut
Ganges  Harbor  for  next  Wednesday.
Mr. W. W. Foster, the Conservative
candidate, yesterday issued his elec -
tion address, in whi h he Btated the
reasons that bad led him to ofle-r himself us a candidate ior the constituency
He announces him-eli a- a " good
roads" enthusiast, and declares, emphatically thut the constiue-tioii of
highways is, in his opinion, best cal -
culated to develop the poienti.ilitie's of
the Island.
At the Liberal convention at Ganges
Harbor on Wednesday, Mr. Alexander
Henderson was selected as tb-- nominee
oi the party t.> Coolest the Islands con
stituency at the bye-election. Mr. Hen-
derson is a lm-al resident of some 20
years standing.
St. Francis Bazaar
FOREST MILLS
ter, and I should imagine that the Sun   2 by 10, Hat roof."
day  travel  on our  railways  has been       The Mayor—The building is not very
affected to a  large measure  also by the   high.
general  use ol
shorter runs.
f the automobile ior   the
Worthy of Confidence
London brokers are advising holders
oi the liv.' per cent debentures ot the
Forest Mills of British Columbia, wbo
are mostly old hojders iu lhe Dominion Saw Mills (lnd Lumber company,
which failed, *iot to sell at the exist -
ing nominal' price of 10 to 20. A good
report from the London committee oi
investigation is expected.
Commencing November 2'ird, the following trains will lie discontinued on
Sundays:
No. 7011 and 704, between Vancouver
and Agassis.
No. 723 and 724, between Mission
Junction und   Kamloops.
No. 81.*! and 814, No. 8*.'l   and     S22,
Aid. MeKinnon Moved that If the
plans were satisfactory to the building
inspector he be authorised to issue a
permit as  upplied for.
Aid. Horobin—In connection with
ihis is there day local legislation     re
lor C. Upton of the B.C. Poultry As -
ussion, the  aooiation.   Order of business, us     per
uudil aud thc iwo outstanding checks.
Mr. Lawsou produced tonight u letter
from oue oi ihos'c persous which states
ihe amount ot his lax paid to Law -
son included the I'.HO, which amounted
io $7."i.l7. The matter ol Mrs. Armstrong's tux, Luwsou explains by suy.
ing Mrs. Armstrong uppeared at the
ottice,  and  proposed to  puy  her luxes.
On-; of  the  mosl  successful  baiaara
it is possible to imagine wa> tnat held
in St.  Francis   Hull ou  Tuesday      and
Wednesday   uflernoous      und  evenings.
Everyone connected     with the various
departments look hold with a will an 1
tin- little women with then* doll   contest were  able  to add a large  sum     lo
the total, Mi-  Margaret  MiGumis win
ning the dolly.   A iwo-slorey neu cuKe
which Mr.  Hobson had     donated  aud
resolution re delegate for next year,  it   contuining a *?•"' gold piece was won on
was' moved by   J.-J.  Devine,  seconded   a draw by Mr.  Wm. Cowan,
by H. Seigfried,  that R.M.  Smythe be      Various  booths adorned  iim- hull tb*
appointed  delegate for the year     l'Jld  flowers  being in  ehurge of Mrs.   Suth-
to the B.C. Poultry Association. erland, and  Missea  Cassis Fraser,Vera
Mr. Upton gave an address ou poul- Bell and Dorothy Buuell. A tuble oi
try the utility breed being the best ior culinary dainties was presided over by
any ltarting in poultry , hc showed Mrs. While aud Miss Clara Fraser.
why  it     was not     profitable to t-'-ep   The fancy work on which so much time
Believing she intended  to pay  the l'Jll young  chickens  and  runts  around   the   had    Iwn   spent     Wa-   dispo-ed   of   by
tuxes he wrote out the receipt for 1910 'lock us   they   would eat  just us  much    Mr-. Bunell,  Miss Call and Miss olive
and IVU   bul when this was done    she us a grown      bird and be no use      for  Bell.   Bonbons  most  delectable    were
informed him she only intended to Pay breeding and no use for laying, as they   sold by Mrs.  MeKinnon.  Miss Morgan,
lerring to buildings'of this description   ior 15*10.   He took  the money and i»'- were
or is it   Provincial   legislation   regard -  sued u  receipt for il and  cancelled    tba l>wn
ing picture shows. There must lie some   receipt for I'.U 1, as shewn on the
legislation regarding exits.
The  city   solicitor—Regulations    are
Westminster     Bub-division,     between  issued by the Provincial government.
Fire at Three Valley
Fire completely destroyed the resi -
deme of Mr. Bloise an employee of the
Forest Mills Co., Ltd., at Three Valley
laBt Tuesday  evening.
It leemi that Mr. Bloise was returning home with Mrs.Bloise with her in-
Westminster June tion and Westminster
No. 717 and 7i--, Nicola Subdivision
Bpences Bridge  ind Nicola.
Fancy Dress Ball
Wcdnasduy, Decemlicr Hid, is ihe
date of the sixih annual grand ma—
UUerade and fancy dress ball promol -
ed by Fire Brigade No.l.    This event is
ell and favorably known and a good-
Aid.    McSorley—I  think    the proper
procedure is   to   have plans  submitted
in the tirst instance.
stunted at   tirst and  should  havi
killed .    Pullets  stunted   in      lhe
re.  early  weeks or  month of  their     lives
ceipt book.   The acting city clerk took  "*arely overcome  thai setback no mat
the book io      Mis'.   Armstrong  today,
and she  refused to  do  anything  in  the
matter until such time as Mr.     Armstrong  came home   In  regard  to $420
ter how mucn
care of  ihem
h  ypu feed   them and   lake
the  lirst  Item was  "shortage in      Mr.
Lawson's cash."   That cush was cheek
for the audit Lawson suid if the coun-
Aid. M -Kinnon—If the plans are sal   cil decided that $4-0 should be the pro  ed iu   January  and  then  O.K.'d.      Ae
i-fae lory I  say he should be given per-   I orliou he was perfectly satisfied with   far as  I know,I have  noi  hud any  au-
mission  to build. ''. and consequently a deposit was is-   ihorily otherwise
The Mayor—There should be exits at   sued to the city's     credit of $12U     to
each end. cover the charges in connection witb
the audit.   While discussing this thing
1 may  say 1  was unable  lo  beat      h*
last meeting  of   tlle  city  council,      the
adjourned  meeting,  but on  reading the
LM,
pluces  they
destroy e<
Unknown
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fant from the Revelstoke hospital when wi ^^
they  found their  home  in flames.  The ly company is  assured this  year. Orr s
house   ,nd  furniture  being completely orchestra  will  furnish the  music     and
uisc  of  the  fire     Is splendid prizes will  be awarded for the
best costumes.
^^^^^^^^^^^H Mr, T.  Si lis secretary  loi  tl	
1111 H ell 11 Hll DIS IS iSl HUS) HU ent and   the  arrangements  for  a pleas-
M 3 ant  evening   an be depended upon. On
* this invasion  the dancing floor will be
Bl reserved tha entire evening for those in
Horobin—In  Bonn
have- side exits.
The Mayor—With a building UN) feet
lone if a tire started at one end where
tlw exit was it woufd be difficult to get
out.
Aid. McSorley—He should be writ -
ten to submit plans to thc building in-
-pee ior. ihat is the proper procedure.
o far, tbe finance
committee has nothing to do with de -
manding the eiiy treasurer's 'ash for
cheeking, und I do not ihink that unless instructed by the council li is Morgan and Lucy Brock
their pluce to cheek it. The second
item on that report is Mr. landmark's
uud  Miss  Busche,      while  lhe children
were eager investors in u n-h    pond,
superintended by Miss     Lino Morgan,
end Miss Matz.
For two hours between li and Beach
evening the ladies dispensed a tirsi-
class dinn'i'. A children's table was
ably uttended to by Mis, Kennedy and
the Misses Matz, The senior mbles
eveiv in charge of Mrs. Gillespie and
Mrs. Robbins, with a bevy of as--ist -
ants comprising Mrs. Morgan, Mrs.
Hobson, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs.
McSorley, Mrs'l Melvin, Mrs. Brock,
Mrs. M Ginnis and  the  Misses McOarty
MANNINC
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We   have a   large   shipment S)
of L'ood eating apples in stock i*|
Jonathans  of  flrsl   ipialily  at «1
t2.M   per   box. H
Be*  the  Window  Display  of U
Choicest  Fruil   at H
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fane y costume only, those not in costume will be considered as spectators,
and the gallery will be reserved for
ibem. lb-member the date and go in
fancy costume to dance. The Opera
House is' the plan'.
"Mail-Herald" 1 find that some of the taxes.   Now it  was impossible for the
council  think thut  negligence  ou     the finance committee, supposing they had
part of the finance committee was  lo made a special effort to do so, to check   M|
blame to a certain extent lor Mr. Law- something (or which receipts had    not  al
son's     shortage.     While  1 luiow    this Ixt'n Issded and monies which they did g
Aid. MeKinnon—Thc only thing is to   (h'n8 h"8 ,,et'11 going on for six mon - not know were     paid in.   The   C.P.R.   ■
give tbe   building  Inspector   authority    ths I have attended all  the  meetiugs I item    was    the same.     In connection  |g
to give  the  permit if  the building     Is   possibly could,  but I wus unuble     to with Aid. McSorley's sidewalk, which ls li
. e.rrecl.
Aid.  McSorley—You  ennnot do that
yel; we have to hnve the plans     here
rt ii'i there Is no use giving sanction to
The ladies of St. Francis Guild wish
to thank every one most heartily for
their patronage on  this occasion.
li 4 a jl Jt .». A iMi IS. Jt JL t!t * Mi IS .«
GET IT AT
THK SUGAR BOWL
something   when we  don't know   what
be present at the hist meeting and     I thc third or fourth item in  thc report   ■
do not think it was the proper place, of the- auditor^, you will findthat there [Sj*
in the absence of the ehuArmun of the was no account opened in tho book for   «J    to select  your  Xmus box
committee, to    lay the   blame    at  the Aid.  McSorley's portion of  the    side- gj
door of that committee when there hns walk and no receipts issued for money  *■)
KMIiflHSlUBlllIlllHBMB)!
it is yet.   We must havo the plans flrst been six months of meetings and    this
Aid. MeKinnon—I moved thatdf the ,hinS     waB nevor brought up before.
plans  are satisfactory the permit     be Nevertheless I am willing, If there     is
given. blame coming to the flnanco commit-
lie
Reserve  Monday  night,  Nov.  24th to      The  Mayor—If  he wants   to  go        	
isit the opera house and see     " Th€   with the hul Mine it would not lie wise   my
Lady  of Ostend.
to hold it up.
will
to (ake Bome, whether charged
presence or absence.   Now if
go over that report you will
Aid. McSorley paid, consequently the
finance committee had no way of checking that. Likewise the Provincial government sidewalks account, also the
account of G.W. Bell.
We are receiving daily iresh
shipments of Xmas Goods,
Melba'a, Lowney'a and Moir's
Chocolates.    Now is  thc  lime
Choe-olat-s while our range is
complete. The largest and
■ lini' .'st line in the cily. A
visit   will   surprise  you.
you	
find      To be continued in next issue.
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THE  MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913
F
^DDH'T USE
Bews' Drug and
Stationery Store
"Jhe Rexall Store*
OFFERS a full display of Christmas Cards and
Calendars, entirely new and of the most
unique designs.
REVELSTOKE   Calendar,   with  three   handsome  colored   views,    boxed   ready   for
 50c Each
mailing
REVELSTOKE View Xmas Cards, per doz.,
 $1.50
XMAS    POST    CARDS —25c   Per   Dozen
 1,	
X.MAS CARDS—.-,5c a dozen up.
 t>	
Boys' and Girls' Own Annual, Chums, Chatter
Box and all the well known books for
boys and Girls.
HANDSOME DISPLAYS OF FANCY GOODS
Heavy stocks of Fine Leather Goods, including
Ladies' Aligator Bags, Coin Purses, Gents'
Wallets and Card Cases, Collar Boxes,
Folios,    etc.      Souvenir   Leather
Goods and   View   * looks   tor
the     Foreign     demand.
Quality Comes First at
£ews' £rug & /Joc/c .Store
The M&XOJUL Store
it.
Acetylene
Benzine
Kerosine
IMitro-Glycerine
or Paraffin
TO BRIGHTEN
UP YOUR
FIRE
USE
COURSIER'S GOAL
FREE
.SO Pairs of
Bngligta   Kid
Gloves
FREE
CITY  TRANSFER   COMPANY
Baggage Transft-.red
Distributing Agents^*
and Storage      .    .   .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND   SLEIGHS   FOR   SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
In order to popularize our
Real Ostrich Feathers. We
will send absolutely I'RIJK
a pair of well known English Kid Gloves to the first
50 purchasers of our beautiful Real Ostrich Feathers, at
.$475 or 3*6.7.** each.
Post Free—Worth Double—Post Free
rhese dainty Ostrich Plumes
are of extra line fibres and
come in black and white in
two sizes.
14 inch PUme 54.75 or 2 for S8.50
20 inch Plume $6.75 or 2 for $12.75
Tliis offer is only good for a
few days.
Mention color of plume required and size of gloves.
We   bave a few   Ospreyu   Samples at
15.50, $6.50 and $8.50.
Send us vour old feathers to
be curled, cleaned or dyed.
Charges moderate.
The   Davison-Grant Millinery
810 Robson Street
VANCOUVER, B. C.
TOHN LEE
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
AND
FANCY THINGS
Prettiest Designs
Legal Forms
PILLOW CUSHIONS
DRESSMAKING
FIT GUARANTEED
for everj purpn«e are printed
id stocked I*" the Maii-HenM
JOHN LEE
pRON  T  STREET.     LOWER   TOWN.
With the Lawrence  BroUfth Co.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos" a Specialty
Phone 42   -    Night Phone 85
EMSisiaaasiaMMsiasrarai^Mraiaiaia
| CJ^TIJDS |
SEiaMaaMSEisEisEMSEiaMs/ajaiai
MISS  TRYPHOSA PARKER
Pupil  of  Sitrnor Giovanni Olerlci,  K.
C. I„ Hon. R.A.M. of Florence
and London.
Visits    nnd    receives    Pupils    for
Voice  Production   nnd  Pianoforte.
For terms, etc., npply.
BOX   306,    114,    FIRST     STREET.
O.  B.  N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Ofllce: Lawrence Hnrdware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
W.  H.   WALLACE,   M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telsphono 313. Revelatoke
BURGESS    AND   TAGGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B. C. Land
Surveyors   and  Contractors.
P. O. Box 317       Kamloops, B.O.
Branch  Office—Watson   Realty  Ca.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, No.  1085
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Meets every first and third Tuesday
in St. Francis Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
A.  R.  Grant, Die.
H. L. Haug, Sec.
School of Music and Oratory, under
Direction ot
PROF. C. O. BROWNELL.
Teaching Piano, Organ, Violin, Voice
Culture for Sinning and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francti   Hall,  on    McKenzie   Avenue.
DULL TIMES
There are no dull times in our Grocery Department, where business is better than ever. We
have just received a shipment of McLarens' celebrated Jelly Powders in all flavors, a nice glass
Nappie given free with each 25c worth, while
they last; also Peanut Butter, Canada Cream
Cheese, Imperial Cheese, English Stilton Cheese,
Queen Olives in Gallon Crocks and Bottles.
Have you tried our Wiltshire Bacon ? If not, you
are missing something good. Everybody's eating
it.
Special value in Tea and Coffee, 3 lbs. for $1.00.
Our Electric Coffee Mill is making lots of friends
grinding out Monarch Blend and Java Coffee at
SOc. per lb.
Let us quote you on Apples, Potatoes and Vegetables for the winter. Choice Stock. Prices
Kight.
BOURNE BROS., LIMITED
' GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF REVELSTOKE, B. C.
beg to announce that they have opened up offices at the
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling real estate, timher, etc. II will pay you to
call and grt particulars, and get in on ground floor prices.
We also make a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec. -Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
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P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/lliovays the   *Be*st
"Shamrock" Gutter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
QHBBBBIllBBBllffl^
FOR A FEW DAYS
McIntyre is Offering
Kelley \ Corn Flakes, per package     10c
Quaker (lorn Flakes    10c
Laundry Starch in  fancy 7 lb, tins     60c
Pure Chicory, real genuine, per package    20c
Brazil Coffee, 3 lbs. for 51 Od
John McIntyre «*, SOX
First Street. Telephone No. 93
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Reid dr Young r*
All tht;- Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR LARGE FALL DISPLAY
SKLKIKK     LODOB 12, 1. O. O. T.
Meet* .'-fry Thuraday evening 1>
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Viaitlng
brethren cordially Invited.
CHAS.  NKWSOME. M.U.
IAS   MATHIE, Sac.
LODOB,  No. ii A.  V.
and A.  If.
. Bgl .ra held   in  MAS-
•dd/ellowe*     Hnll
on tht Third  Monday In each month
at 8  p   m.      Waiting  brethren       are
• 11/   welcome.
•I.  HI   HAMILTON, W. M.
A   (J. BROOK KB. Secretary.
O.   *. O.  W
Mountain '• law Camp, No. in
kfeata Second    Md     fourth Wednea-
dayi    in  each   month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  We,oilmen  art
cordially  Invito to attend
IAMKH   McINTYBB,  CO.
H    W   KDWABDB, Clerk.
OOtJRT
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Jb+'Reid SSI young**
mt     BBOBia,  Mo. mu.
of i. o. r.
The Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
"County Council of Essex decided to submit a By-law for one million dollars on
January 1st. for concrete roads."
We Stock Canada Cement
Metti In 1 O. o fr. Hall neit to
Tapplng'a Optra Home every i»c(,nd
and fourth Monday In month. Vlilt-
Ing hr»tkr»n cordially welcomed.
H.  V.  MORGAN, 0. B.
WM.   H.   CAMERON.   Ree.-Ree.
HARVEY,  MoOARTER ft COMPANY
RarriitniB,  Solicitors, Etc.
—OffllX!*—
Imperial Bank  Dlock,  Itevelstoke, B.O.
YES! WE SELL
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Premium Ham
Premium Bid. Ham
Premium Bacon
Brookfield Butter
Brookfield Eggs
Brookfield Cheese
Silver Leaf Lard
Jewel Haddies
Also n line assortment of
l-Ycsii Meats the bul that
money can buy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREB
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OPERA
ONE   NIGHT   ONLY
England's Foremost
Light Comedian A*
Mr. Lawrence Brough
and his c-All -English Company
in the famous Farcical Comedy
by Sir Francis Burnand, (Late
Editor of " Punch."     &    <J*
HOUSE
Monday, Nov. 24th
"The Lady of Ostend"
Preceded by the Comedy Rehearsal
"Love in a Railway Train''
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Seats now on Sale at Macdonald's
Drugstore.        BOOKNOW
Prices:   -   $1.50 to SOc
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TO   THE   LADIES!!
I wish to call your attention to the lact that I have Secured
the agency for tbe famous French corset, "I^e 1'uret," direct
from Paris, anil cordially invite your inspection.
In elegance, elastic ami hygeinic qualities it lias no equal.
1 ilaresav, if you'll come anil inspect same, that you will say
it is the best you have ever seen.
Get a "I.e Kurd," the newest aud   best,   from   l'aris.    They
Kuanl your figure, health anil purse.
1 have aliout half a dozen samples to  show  you ami  it  will
take about six weeks alter onleriiiR.
I       H. F. MORTENSEN
LADIES' AND GENTS
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE  "CLUB.-
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otflco    Toronto, Ontario.
 +	
Capital Authorized - 10,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up 6.952,000.00
Reserve.; and Undivided Profits      8,100,000.00
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  received,  and  interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
News in Brief
"Some of the homes I have seen almost justify thc husbands from running awiy from home," declared Mrs.
Catherine L. Vau Wyck, of Milwaukee,
president "f the State conference on
charities nnd corrections, in conclud -
ling her annual report before the Convention. " The wife who does not
know ber job," she said, "musl take
her share of the blame for the   many
j cases of wife desertion..' To teach womnn her work, she advocated compul-
i sory domestic courses in the public-
schools. Mrs. Vanwyck argued strong
ly for a federal fugitive husband law
similar in operation to the Man White
Sluvc Law.   She would have the Na -
' tional   Government   purs'Ue   the   runa -
I way husband and send hUtn to the Fed-
iral [lenitentiary. As nn accompanying remedy she urged legislation  wip-
1 ing out, if possible,     the practice     of
! tramps riding on trains', and she said
that in  practically every  tramp     was
' to be found a runaway  husband.
SIXTH   ANNUAL
Grand Masquerade and Fancy Dress Ball
OPERA   HOUSE,  WEDNESDAY,  DEC. 3, 1913
UNDER AUSPICES OF FIRE BRIGADE No. ONE
Special Music by Orr's Orchestra. Suitable Prizes awarded for best Coupie.
bodies', Gent's., Comic and Most Original Costumes. Floor reserved tbe
entire evening for those in Fancy Costume only. As the Management consider it only fair to those in costume to he able to enjoy the full benefits of
their efforts. Those not in costume will be considered as spectators and
must keep in the gallery. These rules will be strictly enforced, so come prepared to enjoy the dance.
Doors Open 8:1   -
T. STEED; Secretary.
Grand March 9:30 Sharp
S. NEEDHAM, Chief.
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ailWtlfTE 5TAR^^M LAHCE5T 5TEAMER5 -CANADA
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THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital and Reserve,        -    $8,700,000
85   BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OENERAL  BANKING  UU.INEM TRAN8ACTEO
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT....)
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS J
Savings Department At All Branches
intorest allowed at highest current rata.
Revelstoke Branch, W   H. PRATT, Manager
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
But lhete are still a few people who dont
know what a safe combination Bell's Bread
nml   New Zealand Hatter make	
G. W. BELL
p. O. Bom 208 grocer A baker Phono No. as
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
New S. S. Laurentic (15.000 Tons)     New S. S. Megantic
First Class-*92.50.        Seecr,d-*53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teutonic
58'2 feet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
514 feet long
Only One Class Cabin (11) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up. Carried.
Tbc White Star Liner S.S. "Canada" s-ails from Portland, Mc. Dec. 2nd and
Halifax. X. S. Dec. 3rd.
The new S. S. "Megantic" sails from Portland, Me.. Dec. Bth, and from Halifax, X. S., Dec. 7th, carrying all classes of passengers.
S.S. "Teutonic" sails from Portland' Me., Dec. lHlb and from Halifax Dec.
Hth, carrying One Class (11) cabin passengers and third class
The S. S. "Caneda" carries one class llll cabin and third class passengers only
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets, Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. 619 Second Ave., Seattle
Rkvjki.stokk Gknhkai. ACEMCIKS—C, r. K. Tickkt Ac.knt, Ri-.\ i-.i.stokk
YOU'LL   FIND IT  EASY
to prepare delicious macaroni,
spaghetti, etc., if you get your
supplies from this grocery. For
all our staple and table dainties
are fresh and sound. We carry
no stale foods whicli nobody can
cook well but only tbe freshest
and best. A trial order will
benefit us both.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41 Box 734
Howson C& Co., Ltd.
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
c/ldded.
Howson <3& Co., Ltd.
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
O JDj  u ■
Dur Winter Goods on Hand
SLEIGH BELLS
SNOWSHOES
SLEIGHS
Hand Sleighs for the Boys from 75c Up
Snowshoes for Everybody $2.50 Up
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
PHOTOG-EAPHS I
To make a little money go a long way for
Xmas gifts, use photographs. Only a
short time now in which to have that
sitting made. If you cannot come during the day, come in the evening. Results
by our arc lamp are identical with the
best of daylight. NEW STYLES AND
PRICES RIGHT.
iriexid & b_a_:r,to:n~
Successors to E. F. Tucker
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COAL COAL COAL
S   ATISFACTION
G   UARANTEED.
R ELIABLE
O NLY;
B URNS
B RIGHTLY ;
I N ALL
N IGHT
S AFELY.
COAI.
ciiAl.
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Armstrong & Co.
Penetang Shoe Packs, Pack Sacks, Pack
Straps, Rubber Shoe6, Horse Covers, Mitts,
Gloves, Trunks, Valises, Hand Bags, Etc.
Boot, Shoes «- Harness Repairing PAGE FOUR
THE} MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER tl, 1913
!t will proi ably surprise you to know the cost o{ a bail stove
in i-.. :essive coal bills durin*,' the winter. There are plenty of
reasons why one stove will burn more coal than another.
Come in .mil let us explain why mir stoves are more eeonoin-
hati any other.
\     od selection of good stoves and that  will cost" win  no
111 ire than the coal-devouring kind.
Stot>es _for Hard or ~fo_ft Coal
or "££Jood
Electric Heaters
Coal Oil Heaters
FOR
MEN
FIT
STYLE
SERVICE
" Every pair backed up by the maker"
MoRAE     MERCANTILE   COMPANY
fa.. •*.-* -m., t±■%•» ^^V-V* ** ,i, *t*a^**.*%**%.■%^a^>*^-%%-**.*aKV^^%e'%.
I
iamonds..
or
Watches and Clocks!
Where ?
At J. Guy Barber*s
Expert Watch Repairing
Get Your Eyes Tested and
Proper Glasses Fitted . . .
i*****■- ',***iat*» \v\«'v«\\vvtiivv ****** vi
IN JIK.VHT OF CITV
HOTEL SAVOY
SEATTLE
"Twelfi * il el Coadort"
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I.. ROPBANPLAN—Slpwdirep
Ititr.. — \2 prr iUv up
Lbcrii>atl-lDcralb
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HIA BL8TOH !..   ll.  i .
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THIS
/HOME
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that
ANYONE,
interior flMiNishiiir, Company
.1    K    JOHNSON,  Man..
RALPH  ie      L'R1 TON,   Editor.
DYOLA'
kThe Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
1 All Kinda of Cloth.
Cl'.rt. Simple. No Chmc« ot Me.eel..    TRY
j   II! IvftdlorFt..ColorCtrdandBooklti
■ lbc JejUiifjeiUi.lijid.eeei L'e Limited, Muutrfil
\Tf'i*ii.\*,, NO' EMBER 22,  I'1' ■
The qui .    .     ding  -vln' ■ •
tition '■ ■■a,     representa!
e.f  'hi- local church*! for  the exempt
ion .,'     h iri h      property   Iiom
i      led in or  not ia not    tho
latter il    '     lirst.  night      may
to bo.   in the flint place   'om.'
,i' in-   ao- imilt. upon a   mall
i e, mil. :,n i t.h<-y and  building!
ei   •   tO Hie-in   fire   OOmpai t, wliilHt
ill     eellllT    e;,SCH    1^1  t;,!!     clllH'll     I' I I I | » I ' t 11'  I
ii" distant   ome way fiom iln  church
proper and in one case at least the
parsonage 'Is a rented building, which
is not owned by the thuivli at all. The
petitioners themsofves made certain
rlclinile requests, anil probably the
easiest way ol dealing with tho matter
will !>e to word the bylaw for submission to tl"* ratepayers so as to cover
exuetly those requests, with the exception of the excusing of arrears which
the council is not disposed to consider
and let the ratepayers decide thereon,
liven tken the matter its not one of absolutely straight Balling, for there is
the question of tho stutUB and posi -
lion of the Y.M.C.A., which though
not strictly speaking a church organisation is an institution whicli does much
practical good work anil which ds likely to have Ihe sympathetic consideration of most ratepayers. For that reason the decision to deal with the,
churches and tlie Y.M.C.A. in separate
bylaws ds sure to meet with tho ap-
I rovol of all. Had it been decided to
take a referendum llic question Would
have been made much more complicat
cil, as it Woufd Iiave been dillicult, to
b'o frame the question submitted as to
ensure a straight  vote.
Causes Much L/iscase
Advice about Stomach Troubles
e>:J Slow to relieve num.
Uon't noglcct Indigestion, for it
i e.i.'. lead lo all .sons of ills ami complications, Au eminent physician
onco said licit ninoty-iivo per cent of
all ilis imvu tlicir origin i.i a disordered strUinuoh.
Our oxpericuce with Rexall Dyspepsia Tublots leads us to believe
t In-., i to bu ono of the most dependable
iei,.i.ii es known fur indigestion and
chronic dyspepsia, 'iiuii- ingredients arc soothing to tlie ii.llained
membranes of ihe stomach. Rich
ia Pepsin and Bismuth, two of tho
greatest digestive aids known to
medicine, tho relief tlie;. afford is
very prompt. Used persistently and
regularly lor a short liiin-. they tend
in relieve pains caused hy stomach
disorders.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets help
insure- healthy appetite, aid di^cs-
tion, and promote nutrition. As
evidence of our faith in them, we ask
you to try them at our risk, if ihey
tin i.ui give entire satisfaction, we
wi.'l return the money yuu paid us
wilhoul iitie -iiiui cr formality, i hroe
six< -. ' ■■ cent -. -eii i i'ui.. and $1.00.
You e;..i buy Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets
ii' ti.'    "m  ' ly n     ■ ■•■ -ki;i-:
WALTER   BEWS.
Kevelstoke llrilMi Columbia
77l» fta*atfc Store
There ia n Rexall Htoro in nieurly every town
nnd city in tlio United StatCH, Cnnaoa nnil
(Jreat Britain. Thero ia a different Rexull
Kemedy for nearly every ordinary human ill 7-
each especially designed tor tho particular ill
Ior which it ia recommended.
i'he Rexall Stores are America'! dreateat
Drug Stores
Wedding Bells
A pretty wed lim.' ceremony was performed quietly in Si. Peter's church on
Wednesday, Nov. Iflth, Iiy Rev. 0. A.
Procunier, when Miss Annie Ruth Coi
-..a uf Second street, was united in
marriage to .Mr. Horace Sheldon War-
dle,  • -l.le  1    .,11 e,i      Mi, ami   Mr-. lt.
■1 nu.   Kni;..    Tic-   e-ere-
mony, which took place at S p.m, was
.. ■>;. .1  few  relatli ■■-    and
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rni" lejokcd     very     swi
daint) "mit..; tailored  suit    of
. :ti.     grey  ve-lvet hai     to
... •  . iit mi. ■ 1  with  touches  ol cer-
1 e ,f ermin •
. by  Mr. Sad
1 ten led   :■       prei >   brldex-
'■!      Bertha i> i tho   also
.1   navy   blue
med   r.  Bulgarian col-
anied by Mr.
:r.au.
uy   the
*  ■• bome     nf
• .nd  eh- -
'. grace
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Mrs.
NEARLY DIED OF
STONE IN THE BUDOER
GIN   PILLS  SAVED   HIM
5hJav Ham
i   with a
'u.u ot  rbe Bladder
lity ;n   1 rin-
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more frequent, imounted to nn ■•
■   1
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I'lI.I.S ami
fell  that  1 .IN  i
•loitlg   '
md   the   atts
frr<|ei-
In   -.ix    ■ eek ,   the     tone   In   the
Madder   came   away.     When    I    i"
bow   I   suffered  and I  am
be.ilthy   ami   able  to  work, J   cannot
e*pre« mysell   'nue when
1 speak of what GIN PIL1 lone
lor mt." 1'iiiN  Hi RMAK      178
OIN PILLS SN 6foi
Jts.y*.    Senl on rei end of prii e
dealer does nol handle tbem       imple
box frceif you Wl ite us. lti'-nIn.11111;'111 i«
paper. Money back, li OIN i*i i.i.s do
not give satisfaction, Natlotisl ProgA
1 bein Co. of Canada, Umhed, Toronto.
iT
gXiEA.SE    IE-TOTEI
We have accepted the exclusive Agency in
this district for the ...
Canmore  Coal
This Coal cannot be equalled for heating
purposes and this is the first time any has
been offered for sale outside Canmore as
the C. P. R. took all the outputiJpreviously.
Price, Per Ton        -        $8.00
Special Quotations for Carload   Lots.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, Pans.    Phone li    J. D, SI3BALD, JR , Sue.
t. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,—Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaueht  Ave.    -    Rovolstoko
W.   PARRY
A.UCTIONEER   AN1>   VAI.IKR
McKbnzik AVRNUK
HOUSEHOLD SALES
SPECIALLY   CONDUCTED
I BUY EVERYTHING
Xmus   Goods   just   arrived
Cups and Saucers, per dozen     $1,25
Plates from   65c up
Fancy Glassware, from 25c up
NEW FURNITURE
Rockers (armed I Mahogany or Oak	
 -1.0(1 each
Pressers and Stands from $10.60 up
Lounges, from $ 6.50 Up
Hed Springs (new) (rom $ J..S0 up
Mattresses,  from $ 2.H.S up
Compare our Prices with Eastern lirms.
Sowing Machines  for   sale   or   rented
by the month.    Coods stored.
W. PARRY
Auctioneer's "Moit, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke,  11. C.
Scene  from  "Tin:  Gnu, in the Taxi "
At the Empress Theatre, Sat . Nov. 22.
ESS  THEATR
SHE NEVER HAD AN EQUAL
TAKE A TRIP THROUGH THE
OCEAN OF LAUGHTER, IT
WILL   CURE   YOUR    GROUCH
TO-MIGHT
"THE GIRL IN THE TAXI"
A COMPLETE SC8NIC   PRODUCTION
WITH    A    METROPOLITAN     CASTE
N.e Comedy has ever equalled its record.     Every City in the world
h.i^ raved over it, so will you.    .Music you   will whistle  and   sing.
PRICES Boxes and Balcony, $1.50 PRICES
Reserved Scats $1. Gen. Admission, 75c and 50c
Seat Sale at Macdonald's.
C»llle\V*c	
IT'S PLEA.WNT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly ninl perfectly as you are
at this restaurant. .nil lhe service ii
only a foretaste > f
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is Raid that l'i- way to a man's
heart is through his itomach. We are
sure to reach >oiirn i[ you'll drop in
and try our hill ie! (are If perfect victuals, perfect!) c1 iked and perfectly
served, will gain *- 'i.ir friendship, we
are absolutely sun ni -ours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (1. Thiakihon Manager.
Revelstoke Musical Society
President        - Mr, W. M. Lawrence
Secretary    '       -        Mr. H. V. Morgan
Conductor       '       * Prof. C. O. Brownell
MALE  VOICE   CHOIR  CONCERT
Empress Theatre, Friday, Nov. 28th
:   PROGRAMME- :
PAKT   I.
 Orchestra
Soldier'   Chorus"   (Gounod)   Prom Faust. .The Choir
I   || ellioi        (M   '.V.   Halfel	
Messrs. 0, R. Lawrence ami E. Allum
iin- Leal Watch"   (Ciro   Plnsutl) II. v. Morgan
Amil thorn-     (Verdi)   irom tl Trovatore. The Choir
Hush. Yo  Honey Huab      (rarks).Plantatton Melody
\l Hadden,   Morgan,   Puck, Brownell, Qulnlan,
Me  ilium,  K<*rr and Allum.
I'Airr  ii.
.,.,.•  Orchestra
-,,,i,, Moni      (Adams)        \   0, Hadden
„|e, *n Arms"(Adolph   Adam)   1802-1856 The Choir
'Legends"   (Parks)
\i. .,i     Hadden, Brownell, McAllum and Allum
Ba    Solo      elected  Mr* B. Allum
i(,,|,.        'Untilthe Dawn"   (Parts) The Choir
OOD   HAVE   THK   KING.
II,,.,,, in,   composilion ofthe Male Voice Choii
KIRS'I  TENOKS   Me n     \   (    Hadden, II. V.   Morgan,   I'. B.  Shaw,
,,   |    p.,,      SKCONO  TKNORS    A.O.    Duck,    M.   McKellar,    I-:. A.
H , |,   |   , . Ren, i.   R. I„. n. <•■   KIRST BASSES   H, Parker, I. Quin-
h',„ ,,'  H,.ei.,   \    W    Hi-nn.t.   SECOND BASSES   E.   Vllum, W. Kerr,
C, 'proi unier,   M,  P.   f«anc, T   McAllum,
!\r,i   DIRECTOR   Mr. \V   M. Lawrence.
AFTER THE FIRE
vou can smile if your loss is hacked
up hy one of our insuranoe policies
We represent the
BEST   INSURANCE   COMPANIES
and, while om r.i',< s are low, reimbursements are prompt and sure.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. KINCAID, Manager.
COMING EVENTS
Vov. 22-*'The Girl in the TaxlJ' at
thn Empress Theatre.
November    'J4—Lawrence Brough,  in—
"The Lndy of Ostend" nt the opera
house.
November 28—The Revelsloke Mail
Voice Choir at the Empress theatre.
December 1, One Weok—Summer Stock
Company, Empress  theatre.
December Mrd— Firemen's Annual Masquerade Ball, in the opera house.
Dec. 8—The Pink Lady, at the Empress theatre.
December 11—Tennis Olub concert, at
the Empress theatre.
Deo. 23—Matheson, Lang and Britton,
Empress theatre.
Rich Hair
Long, thick, heavy hair. Want this kind?
Ayer's Hair Vigor promotes growth.
Docs not color thc hair.
Ask Your Doctor.    ^.VrJiftSSX?" SATURDAY,' NOVEMBER 22, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVE
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Everything in Gift Goods
in Holly Boxes
TAKE THE ELEVATOR
Revelstoke's Deportment Store
C. £. Jfume Si Co.. limited
We Will Lay Aside Anything you select till Xmas
TAKE THE ELEVATOR
Big Toy, Fancy Goods and Christmas Bazaar now Open on the Second
Floor. Bring the Children io See ihe Toys. Biggest Display Ever Shown
in the Interior of British Colnmhia.   -    TAKE THE ELEVATOR.
Big Toy Bargains
for Friday and
Saturday
A lot of Toys slightly
damaged, all on a table
at Each	
25c
Take the Elevator
New Tweed
Dress Materials
20 pieces of New Dress
Materials, 40 in. wide,
in all the new blues,
greens and browns.
75c and 85c goods for
50c
Special display of Xmas
Handkerchiefs, just as
you step off the Elevator
Special in
Towels
Fine White Turkish
Towels, 36 x 23 in.
Perfect goods, pure
bleach; nice for bedroom or bath. At
per dozen	
$2.00
All Wool
Blankets Cloth
52 inches wide, in tan,
brown, grey, red, blue,
scarlet, etc., for bath
robes, children's coats,
etc.   Per Yard	
$1.50
Ladies' Fancy
Neckwear
Always appeal to the
artistic taste. All this
season's novelties are
here in variety.
25c to $5i
We will put away anything in stock that y~ou
may select and send it
home to you when y~ou
want it.
Big Linen
Sale Now On
Everything in Fine Fancy
Linen    from   the    smallest
Doylies to the finest snow
white full sized Table Cloth
at big reductions. Some
very nice small pieces of
pun- whise linens in holly
boxes, at
50c, 75c and $1
Take the Elevator
MENS CLOTHING AND SHO
NT
SPECIAL XMAS OFfERINGS
Our full range of Xmas goods are now to hand and we
are now prepared to offer you the choice of this season's
specialties in all lines at prices which can compare with any
of the larger cities. Right now when our stock is complete
and before the holiday rush commences, is the time to select
your gifts.    All articles put up in special fancy boxes.
HOUSE SLIPPERS for  men,   women and children in
leather  and   felt,     All   the   comfortable,   nobby
lines, in newest lasts and designs.   A full line of llcece
and fur-lined moccasin slippers.
Prices from 50c to $3
WOMEN'S SATIN  ANO VELVET  EVENINC  SLIPPERS
in the new lasts and different shades.    An  ideal
Xmas gift
Price $3.75 to $5.00
MEN'S NECKWEAR'    All that is newest, most service
able  and   up to-thc-minute  we   have.    Velvets,
crepes, knitted, accordian knit, and the newest in
patterns are here.    Let us show you our line of
Atkinson's poplins direct from Dublin.
Prices 50c to $2.00 each
MEN'S MUFFLERS.    New patterns, new designs,  new
shapes.    The most for the money.   See them be
fore you purchase.
Prices 50c to $5
MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS.  Silk, linen or excelda; plain
or fancy borders, either with initial or without.
Boxed separately or by the quarter or half dozen
Prices 15c to $1.50 each
M EN'S CLOVES. We are soli; agents for Dent's gloves
in this city, and we can assure you that this well-
known firm have never shown so tine a line.
Either in mocha, cape or dogskin: lined or unlined.    Silk, fur or knitted linings.*)
Prices $1.50 to $3.50 p-r. pair
SUSPENDERS. Either singly or in sets, with garters
and arm band1*. Put up in beautiful! fancy
boxes.
Prices, 75c to $3.50
LEATHER COODS A full range of Purses, Billbooks,
Collar Bags, Handkerchief Cases, Jlove Boxes,
Military Brushes, Travelling Sets. Everything
for the man or boy.
Prices from 50c to $10
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES-Pipes,  Tobacco  Pouches, Cigar
Cases, Pipe Sets.      Everything  for  the   Smoker.
Prices to Suit All
Our* Grocery and Crockery" Department
Special for Friday and Saturday
12 Ounce Tins Nabob Baking Powder.   Per tin  20c
12 Ounce Tins Schilling's Baking Powder.   Per tin 30c
Soused Herring.   Per tin  IOc
Herrings in Tomato Sauce.   Per tin  IOc
VEGETABLES FOR WINTER
Don't forget us when laying in your stock of Vegetables for Winter. We have
Local Potatoes, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips, and Beets, Armstrong High Land Potatoes and Onions, that are extra dry, and they will keep well.
New Stock of Fruits and Marmalades
Crosse C& Blackwell's Orange in 7 lb. and 4 lb. tins, I and 2 lb. Jars.
Keiller's Orange, in 7 and 4 lb. tins and 1 lb. Jars.
Noel's Fig and Lemon in Jars.
Robertson's, 4 and 2 Pound Tins.
Ginger, Lemon, Green   Figs,   Tangerine,   and   Orange   Shred   in  Jars.
Two More Shipments of China
Haviland Limoges,   Bowl.   Celery   Dishes,   Pickle Dishes, Spoon Trays. Cream and
Sugars, Tea Pots, Cake Plates, Comh and Brush Trays.
ENGLISH CHINA-OPEN STOCK DINNERWARE.
'.'7-Piece Dinner Sets Prices from $7.50 to !?25.00
Teapots, Milk Jugs, Cream Jugs, rups and Saucers, from    ... $1.50 to $6 per Dozen
and lots of other nice pieces too numerous to mention.
NEW GOODS THIS WEEK
25 Pound Pails Mincemeat for hotels. Heinze's Mincemeat by thc pound.
Wagstalie's Mincemeat in 5 lb.  Pails. Empress Mincemeat in 5 lb. pails.
Wethoy's Mincemeat (condensed), by the Package.
NEW MONEY  -Deadman's Comb Honey in Quart Sealers and  one Ib.  Scalers.
NEW JAMS    Robertson's, in 1 Ih. jars and 4 Ib. tins.    Wagstaffe's, in 5 lb. tins.
Car of Apples, very heavy boxes.     Red Grapes.     Green Grapes.      Sweet Potatoes.
Cranberries.
Christie's Biscuits. Car of Wheat, Bran, Shorts, Oats.
Try Our 0 0 Coffee. 45c Fer Found.     Try Our Sunbeam Tea, Red, Good, 40c per lb.      Blue, Best, 50c Fer Found
%
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THE MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2*2, 1913
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Leave orders at Lawrence
Hardware Co. I will guarantee to do a clean job in
taking down pipes and
cleaning pipes and chimneys.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
THE CHIMNEY SWEEP
Who Oan bf» found at the
LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.
Come and look at our Triangle Sail
Irons    guaranteed for ever.
PRICE   6 LB. IRON. $5.90
A.G. DUCK
Estimates given free.
Coughs
Hard coughs, old coughs, tearing coughs.
Give Aycr's Cherry Pectoral a chance.
Sold for 70 years.
Ask Your Doctor.
lU.W-1,%.7.0. Aji-rl*..
Meentrt-ul. Canaela.
Shilohiyi
The   family   remedy   for    Coucha   and  Colds.
"Shlloh costs   so   little   and doLS   so much!"
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
James Kent, of Toronto, a streetour
Conductor, received word from England that be hail been left u fortune
there of $350,01)1). The news did cot
interfere with Kent's "ruu." He went
cu as before, but when he came ofl
duty be made application at the York-
ville car barn« io be relieved of purchasing a winter .iniform, owing to the
■fact that he expects to return to England early in December, Meantime ha
will continue bis duties. Kent is 35
years old and married.
Serious news comes from Natal,
where Hindus are passively resisting
tbe §1*5 head tax levied under the im -
migration regulations on all natives
from India. A great agitation is going on. One bundled und fifty men,
who have refused to pay bave beuu
Benteneed to work out six months' imprisonment in the ioul mines. In India the Hindus are uniting In sympathy
with their compatriots. Tbe radieals
are working up u campaign in favor of
fait' treatment for the Indians, and the
government is becoming greatly eon-
cornel.
Favorites      have     bad a   disastrous
lime oi it this year     in  the     greater !
events  of  the English  turf.   Tbe    two
Thousand  Guineas,  EpsVijn  Derby  and
Done-aster St. Ledger all went to    the
rankest ot outsiders, as 'did many Oth- |
ers of the most important  fixtures, so ]
that altogether it has  been as  a  year I
of distress and bewilderment to     tho
turf prophets.     On    all     bunds it   is
agreed   tbat  l'JIM  has   been  a   record
year in tliis particular feature.      Some
of ibe striking examples are the    fol -
lowing:
Kace aud  Winner Price
Epsom  Derby,    Aboyeur    100-1
Donoaster St. Ledg.,Night Hawk 50-1
Cesarewiih bandc. Fitz Yarns... 50-1
Kempton Park  Jubilee handicap
Absolute     33-1
Goodwood   Steward's  cup,   Lard
Annandale          25-1
Two thousand    Guineas, Louvois   25-1
Newbury    Spring   cup, Aldegnnd   20-1
Lincolnshire bandep.   BerrildOn... 100-7
I Ascot Royal Hunt club, Long Set 100-7
jWscot stakes, Rivoli   100-7
I Goodwood cup.  Catmint  12 j-1
I City    aud      Suburban    handicap
Drinmore     10-1
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You Can Solve the Christmas Present Problem
Easily and Cheaply at the Trueman Studio-
PHOTOGRAPHS are greatly appreciated at Christmas time, and make an
EXCELLENT GIFT.   Good cabinets from $5.00 per dozen.
We have a fine assortment of Cards and Mounts, with or without greetings
and the QUALITY of our work is UNDISPUTED.
The GIVING of a Calendar containing the Customers' own PHOTOGRAPH with each sitting for not less than $3, proved such a GREAT
SUCCESS last year that we have decided to repeat this FREE GIFT,
commencing Monday, Nov. 10th, 1913.
A. DOUGLAS TOURNER
The Trueman Studio. Corner McKenzie Avenue.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
POR
CARNATIONS
AND  ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 56
W. H. POTTRUFF. Prop.
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We offer you expert Mrvlct. Print
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FORCED   PUTT!
Oh!   That's Right!    I am Forced to sell in TEN DAYS
My Stock of Goods New and Secondhand
"XT-^LTTEID   JLT   $1,600
Whith Mim itt Disposed ol*. - The prices as follows will (ell yon I mean to sell out.
FIRST ARTICLE
5-ROOMED
COTTAGE
THAT I OCCUPY
I WILL SELL FOR $150
Anyone Buying same must move it       I leeember Ith.
W. PARRY
Aud
ioneer
Sale Now On
$250   of   New   Fancy   Glassware and Crockery from   10c Up
Sewing Machines, in working order, from $5 up
New Lounges. Oak Frames $6.50 each
New Brussels Tapestry Squares from $8 up
New Rockers, mahogany and oak $3.50 each
New Springs from $2.25 up
New High Hack Diners $1.25 each
Kitchen Chairs        65c each
Dressers and Stand  for the pair, from $9.50 up
Parlour Tables  from $2.00 up
Three-Piece Parlour SuiteB $12.00
Took Stoves and Heaters _....from $5.50 up
Iron Bed Springs and New Mattresses    from $8 up
Feather Pillows, 6 Ib. weight    $2.00 per pair
Extension Tables  from $4.50 up
Hall Stand (one only) $7.00
G Old -Filled 17-Jewel Watches   New $4.00
and Lots of other goods too numerous to mention.
LOOK AT THE PRICES!
THEN GET BUSY!
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1913
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  HEVH1T
I
Never Too Cold
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE! AT
HALYCON HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled and ^verified
by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easy of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon  Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Wm. Boyd, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J. MCSORLEY, PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms Single, en suite
and with Bath    .    .    .
1
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Rates $1.00 a Day and Up Phone 1629
Furnished Rooms by the Day, Week or Month
VERNON ROOMS
Mrs. H. J. Hanhury,   -     Proprietress
Steam Heated Throughout.      Housekeeping Suites.
Corner View
and Douglas Streets.
VICTORIA, B. C.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.      Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Claas in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cipars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.    ALBEET     STONE PEOP-
Union  Hotel
A. P. LBVB8QDB, Proprietor
FIRST BTREET, REVELSTOKE. B. d
BIG OUTPUT
OF B. C.
MINERALS
The output of tho metalliferous mines of British Columbia for 1913 will at
least equal, if it does not surpass that
of any year in the history of the province, according to Mr. W. Fleet Robinson, provincial mineralogist.
"The output of last year was the
highest attained in the mining annals
of the province," said Mr. Robinson
yesterday, "and I l>elievo that the production will Iw not lesB this year, if
indeed, dt is not materially larger than
that of any former year."
"The placer Liold production has been
steadily diminishing with but few
fluctuation^ for nearly forty years,"
saiil Mr. Robinson. " It reached its
high mark in lS(i,"> when the output was
valued at S3, 191,206 and has not passed the million mark sinco l'.ll>4.
"The production nl lode mines on
the contrary has been s'tcadily rising,
and last yoar the output was greater
than has ever lx>fore beeu recorded, as
far as quantity goes, while the value
was als'o in excess of all previous years
with the exception of the banner year
of 1006, when it was about $100,000 in
excess of last year's yield value.
During the last four weeks Mr. Robinson was on n trip of inspection to
the Slocan district and he reports that
he anteicipntes the production in this
region will be equal to that of last
year, when .'(00,000 ounces of silver
and nearly flve million tons of lead
were  mined.
He said that the Slocan Star Company has been shipping heavily all the
year and that it has apparently as
much ore in eiuht as it had two years
ago. Two or three oilier companies
that made no shipments last year.have
shipped ore dining the past fow months and there seems every prospect
that these concerns will increase their
shipments during next year.
fljK-1-.M-.. -    •.
-■.y^AfOfi...
Swats
m$$8W'
Sold in Revelstoke by Bourne Bros., Ltd.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
Notice is hereby given that, on thej Notice is hereby given tbat, on the
first day of Dc-ember next, appiica-1 first day of December next, application will he made to the Superin- ; lion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for teudent of Provincial Polioe for
renewal of the hotel license to sell renewal of the hotel license to sell
liquor by retail in the hotel known j liquor by retail in the hotel known
as the Hotel Queens situate at Com-, as the Glacier House, situate at Gla-
nplix, in the Province of British : cier, in the Province of British Co -
Columbia i lumbia.
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913;    Dated this 25th. -lay of October, 1913
j. H. YOUNG. Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
1st iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant  1st iss.  Oc.20,  ,*',o I. Applicant
Kimaa auci'in ci-.::ica
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-»
dersigned, und endorsed "Tender tori
Drill Hall, Victoria, B.C.," will be received until 1.00 P. M., on Thursday,,
December 11, 1013, for the construction
of a Drill Hall at Victoria, B.C.
Plans, specifications and form of contract can be sei'ii and forms of tender
obtained on application to the office of
Wm. Henderson, resident architect,'
Victoria, B. C.j ou application to tho
Postmaster, at Vancouver, B.C., and.
at this Department.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed wiih their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
I laces of residence. In the case of
firms', the actual signature, the nature
ofthe occupation, and place of residence of each member of the firm must,
bo given.
Each tender must lx; accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered bank
payable to tbe order of tho Honorable
the Minister of Public Works, equal
to t.-n per cenl 110 p.c.) of the amount
iif tho teuder, whieh will be forfeited ill
tho person tendering decline to enter!
into a contract when culled upon to do
so, or fail to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not ac
cept-ed the cheque will be returned.
Tho  Department  does  not bind itself
to accept the lowest or anv tender.
By order.
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary..
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, Yovembei   II, 1913.
Newspapers will not be paid for this*
advertisement If they insert  it without
authority from the Department,
l-t  issue  Nov.  19th,  2t.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Notice is hereby given that on tho Notice is hereby given that, on the
flrst dny of December next appiica- first day <>f December next, appliea-
tion will be made to the Superintend- lion will be made to the Superin-
ent of Provincial Police for renewal of tendent of Provincial Poliee for
the Hotel License to sell liquor by re- renewal of the hotel license to sell
, tail in the hotel known asthe Lake-, liquor by retail in the hotel known
Old Town,     -    Revelstoke, B.C  view Hotel, situate at Arrowhead,   in ; as    ih"    Lardeau  hotel,    situate    at
the Province of British Columbia. Comaplix, in   the  Province  of    Driti-h
Dated this 25th day of October, 1913 Columbia.
CHAPMAN AND SMITH. Dated this 25th day of October, 1913
1st is*s. Oct. 25 one mon. RUSSELL M.  EVANS,
1st Iss. Oc.20, 30d. Applicant
M
before buying yonr outfit of working* clothes
for the busb. I make •
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
re quire 1 in vour bust ness.
MKAL TICK KTS $i	
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MIKING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan nnd Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tht
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be leased ior a term of
twenty-one years at an annual rent
al of (1 an acre. Not more time
2,560 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be mads
by the applicant In person to the
Agtnt or Sub-Agent of tho district
In which tbe rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include tbe coal mining rigbts only, but the lessee may
bs permitted to purcbase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for tbt working ol
the mine at the rate of $10.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory tbo land must
bs describee! by sections, or legal
sub-divisioni of sections, and in un
surveyed territory the tract appheo
for shall be staked out oy the ap -
plicant  himself.
Bach applicant must bo accompanied by a fee of {6 wbich will bt r»
funded if the righti applied for art
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tho mer
charitable output of the mine at tin
rate of five cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furnish thc Agent with sworn rcturnt
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights sre not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full Information application
should tie made to ths Secrotary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Hub-Agent
ot Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
I
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of December next, appiica -
tion will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of the hotel license to sell liquor by
retail in the- hotel known as the Arrow
head hotel situated al arrowhead, In
tbe Province eif British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day ,.: Oi tol   r. 1918
ROBERT CALBY,
fot Iss. Oc.29, 30d. Applicant.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910.
Notiee i- hereby riven that on the
fir-t lay of December next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of the
hotel li ense to sell liquor by re ai'. in
the hotel Known a< Lardeau holel, situated at Comnplix in the Provin s ol
British Columbia.
Dated this 25th day ol October, 1918
1st Iss. Oo.29, 'i"d. Applicant,
A. E. JBWHTT,
The   family   remedy   Ibf   CouKha   nnd Colds
*3lei*. eh cost*  so   little   and doca   so min.li I'
LIQUOR ACT,  1910.
	
Notice is hereby given that, on the
first day eif December next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for:
renewal ot the hotel license to soil
liquor by retail in the botel known ;
asthe Beaton ho!.!, situate at Heat-
• eii. in tbe Province ol British Columbia.
Dated thi- 25th day of October, 1913
11    NELLIS,
1st   Us.  Oc.29,  30:1, Applicant
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
i    hereby  given that, on  the
llr.it  d»y  ..f  Decembei   next,    application    will    be    made to the Superin-1
ai    of     Provincial   Police     lot
renewal  of the hotel  licenso    to   ^ell   Department of Public Works,
liquor    by    retail in  the hotel  known Ottawa, Ortobcr 27.  1918
Sealed Tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for
Construction oi Wharfs at Victoria
Harbour, B.C.," will be received at
this office until 4.00 P.M., on Tuesday
December '.», 1913, i'or the construction
of Wharfs' a'  Victoria Harbour, B.C.
Plans, specifications and form of con
tract can be seen and forms ol tender
obtained at this Department and ati
the District Engineers' offices nt New
Westminster, B.C., Vjctorin. B.C.. Con
federation Life Building, Toronto, Ont,
Post Office Building, Montreal, P.Q.,
and on application to thc Postmaster
at Vancouver, B.C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures
stating their occupations and places of
residence. In the ca*.' of firms, tho
tal signature, the nature of the oo-
upation, and place, of residence ol
each member ol the Arm must be given
Bach tender must be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a eharUied bank
I payable to the order of the Honour-
able the Mini-'crof Public Works, eq-
j ual to five per cert (5 p.c.) of the am-
.Hint of the *.nder, whi'h will be for-
i If the person tendering decline to
enter into a contract when .ailed up-
>n io do so, or fail to complete the
work contracted for. 'f the tender ba
not accepted the' be que will be return-
led.
The   lepartment  does not bind  itself
ept ihe lowest or any  tender.
By order,
R. O. DBSR0CHBR8,
Secretary.
us     the  Halcyon  Hot   .^piing-     hotel.
i i    He   yon, in the    Province
ol Mi iti vh Columbia. 6
I this 25th ictober, 1913!
WILLIAM  BOYD,
Oc j",   e, Applicant
Newspapers will not be pal l for this
advertisemenl if they in -rt ,t withoul
authority from  the Department.
I I,  V..  '.. 2t.
I IQUOR ACT. 1910.
on tha
;'.-t   laj of D mber next, application
i.l • to t be   ' ient of
•   tal  Police for the   grant    of a
. 'ti     fol Cm   -. Ii ..I liquor by wholo-
ali   n   iml  upon tbe premises known
s    H.   elstoke Wine and Spirit Com-
p iny, Revelstoke, B.C   up*
. I    di - ribed  as  Lots  1.-.9,
md le. Block 98, .Map No. 636.
Dal it this 30th duy of October, 1913
Datedthl    25th   lav.*.:'".* ''"     '"d Spirit Company,
H  .;   wark. ali*:x GRANT,
1st iss. Oc.29, 30d, .ant Manager.
LIQUOR  \<T, 1910.
thai   on the
I ■   lcxt,    appli a-
tion    will    i lade to ths Superin-
tendeni    ol     Provini for
il   of   lhe   hold   liCi-ll-
liquor    by    retail  in  thi
•     -h"   E   -i   hotel,   situat !       ai
leorr.". In the I'r.i. in " ol Briti h    ''
lumbia.
I.f jl'»>R ACT,   1910.
LIQUOR ACT, 1910
Neei. i .*.*  gives that, on the     N ti ■   i    hereby given that, on ths
i   *   i imber next,   appli a   Brsi   lay "f December next,   applica
tion    will li   i'i the Superin-   tion    will    be made to the     Superin-
tendeni ncial    Police     lor   endeni    of   Provincial     Polioe     lor
renewal  ol thi   hotel license    to ■■   of the hotel license to     sell
liquor    by    retail  in  the hotel  known I liqui     bj  -cia!!     in tho hotel  known
ai    ihe Criterion  hotel,    situate     r 'nion hotel,  situate nt  Arrow-
Pro*. ,■..    ol British   bead   ln     ;*   Provinoe of British Columbia-
iay .)*' October, 1913:    Dated this 2r>th day of October, 1913
W.  S. KKNNIK. W.  J. LIGHTBURNE,
SOd. Applicant 11st  Ui.  Oct. 99,  30d. Applicant.
Camboi ic .
Columbia
Dated lhi- J*
Oc.20,
n the PAGE  EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2*2, 1913
ATTRACTIONS     COMING TO
AT EMPRESS     OPERA HOUSE
G.   Munson of Nelson
Miss M. Cayley of Arrowhead, came
in mi Tuesday's south train.
Mrs.  J.W. Shepperd of Glacier, was
[shoppingin Revelsloke   on  Thursday.
Rush me to Martin's, 1 am late. The
Cirl  in ihe Taxi, tonight at   Empress.
Mr-. M. Dean and Miss May M
Arrow Park, ar,' shopping in tin
this week.
There will be several first-class attractions at this popular play house,
during tho next few weeks. Theatregoers will do well to keep their eye
omhese columns where the theatrical
news will  be found.
H. McKenzie ol Alex. Alta.,
H; *d imong the gues^ at Uu
Edward on Thursday.
Was uo-
Klng
W M.  Smellle oi Toronto, is among
lh- fareastern wsiiors to pay  Revel
utolc a   »ilt this week.
A. E. Kincaid will be acting mngis
•tii •• during the vacation ofDr. Ham
ilton,  Mr.  Kinca'ld  being a  J.P.
The Rev. J.S. Henderson of Vuncouver will address the men's meeting at
jib.- Y.M.C.A, tomorrow Sunday after-
coonut   1 o'.loeh.    Orchestra  music.
A WIDE WORLD SUCCESS.
Possibly no such an international
le 'l! success in theatricals has the record of
city I "The Girl in ihe Taxi'' that will be
seen at the Empress theatre tonight.
Every city that has any prominence,
has welcomed and laughed at this rapid tine comedy. It first came to lii'1
in Pan- where ii ^lill i- a shining feature. The theatre goers of Paris mui-t
have ' lass well seasoued; and this comedy broke the records ior long run- ,
there. Since thai time it has been
translated in many languages. Particular old London with iis quaint ways
has it running ii at the Lyric theatre.
Just put the date down in your hat ;
get your seats in the Taxi; and you
like the other millions who have seeu
it.  will  rejoice lor many moons.
to join her father on one of hia big
game hunting expeditions, and as her
request had naturally been refused on
I several occasions, Bhe decided to find
a way out of the difficulty herself.
Having overheard her father making
The manugemeni of the Revelstoke | arrangements to start on one of *Uheso| ■»
opera house is very fortunate in being ' trips, -he stowed herself away in one
able to secure Mr. Lawrence Brough 0f the bullock wagons which accom -
and his all-English Company in "The! panted the ex'iedition. All went well
Lady of Ostend" for Monday night, j until news was brought by the natives
Nov. 24th. This will probably be the thai a herd of elephants was grazing
best theatrical treat of the season and close at hand. MiBs Esmu hearing tho
patrons of the opera house should' news, and seeing her father und
show their appreciation of the manag-! friends  seize  their     rities and  plunge
lasfaraiaiaiaEfarsjsfsiajBMHaiMaiaaia
SALES and WANTS
IOc. line Minimum 25c.   Cash in Advance
i
■rs efforts by turning out  and greeting  into the bush iu search of the animals
Mr, Brough with a full house.
DON'T MISS IT.
On Monday evening next the 24th
inst., at the opera house, there will be
presented "The Lady of Ostond" by
lhe famous Lawrence Brough and his
dl-Euglish Company. This is un -
doulitedly the strongest company to
'. Nit  Revelstoke this  season.
HajajaiaisMaisiajBiaajaiaiaasMaMcii
FOR SALE—Two horses, wagon, two
ploughs; also other farm implements.
Apply to Charlie Loo, Revelstoke,
B.C. 1st iss.  Nov.15,  4t.
TO   RENT-Furnished    Rooms.    Apply 39, Fourth street. N.8 4t.
HOUSE  COMFORTABLE.
The management of the opera house
Aid. Hoiobin, who has been cou -
•fined to his residence for some days,
•with .in attack of influenza, is now
convalesent, and able to transact his
ordinary business aguin.
R. Dudley, grand master of the LO.
O.F. of Fernie, B.C., will visitSelkirk
Lodge No. 12 on Thursday evening the
U7tk inst. The lodge is pulling onth.'
initiary degree and all visiting brothers and members are requested to allien la- the lodge has made arrangements io hold a banquet in me evening
MALE CHOIR CONCERT.
The    announcement      that  thc  Male
! Voice Choir is to give a conceit at the
I Empress theatre on Friday,  Nov.     28
will be welcomed  by    all music lovers
locally and the event promises' to prove
one that will long be remembered. The
program is to comprise popular glees,
quietly   slipped  from   her  hiding  place
and followed behind.     Hidden ln    the
long grass, the child managed to   gel
nearer to the animals  than the hunters
themselves,     and     not realizing     the
dunger, and   lieing totally devoid     of
fear, she crept up amongst them,    and
was soon  on very  intimate terms  with [ Oet.29   lm.
a baby  elephant.
At this point her father and friends
caught sight of her, and their horror
cuu he better imagined than described.
Fearing to shoot, they were compelled
to look on, praying amongst themselves that the wind would vere round
and betray their presen--6 to the animals.      Miss Esme growing tired     of
at-
PlANO LESSONS — On the 1st of
November, Proi. A. DeFeo, will
start hiB class of Piano Lessons in
his Studio at tho corner of Second
street and Railway avenue. Phone
'202. The teacher prefers to teach the
pupils at their own homes.
FOR RENT—Eight roomed house,$25;
Six-roomed house, $30, conveniently
situated.—H.N. Coursier.
has taken special pains to accommo -
date the "real crowd that is expected
to hear these famous actors and     the
hall will   be   warm and   comfortable.-, l,laying with the bab-T    elephant.
Remember this is a  strictly  first  class  temPted   to   lead il a*'"?'    but     thi* j WANTBD— Smythe's  Employment Of-
company thai will appeal strongly   to' l"'ovwi t0° much for the tomI,el ot the ,    doe. men for work at good wages.-
|the  Revolstoke  theatre  goers.-  Don't! "10ther cb-'Pbnnt.    who quietly bowled]
mjS:c it. i1'10 child over with her trunk,  undone
  i of  the  hunter's revolvers accidentally
going oft* at that  moment,    friyhtencvl; WANTED-Washing well and carefully
| the herd,  which  immediately  galloped j    done at  the Colored  Hand Laundry,
in j away,  leaving little  Miss Esme lying |    McKenzie and  Victoria Road, Fone
Canada? '   This was the first question!on the ground unhurt.   The joy other
operatic choruses,  plantation melodies j .isked by Miss Olga Esme.  who comes | fat ner mny be imagined at finding  her
humorous     part     s*ongs, double    and I as leading   lady   for      Mr.    Lawrence! safe and sound,  though    little     Olga
CANADIAN TOUR
"Are they fond of acroplanning
orches-
A   brilliant
single duets aud  solos, and
tra is to be in attendance.
Mr.  W.M. Lawrence i- president of
the Musical  Society, under whose aus
peakcr will be in  town Ipioetfthe  treat ds  to be provided,    Mr
next Sunday, Rev. J.S. Henderson, of
Vancouver. He will spook iu the Me-
thodi-t church in the morning, the Y.
M.C.A. iu the afternoon, and ihe Pres
byterian church at niuht. HiB subject
in aocial service work and evangelism.
Ou Mouday evening, Mr. Henderson,
w^ill present an illustrated lecture iu
St.  John's church.
Inquiries are being made at Vancouver . uie•oriiine1; lhe whereabouts oi
Eddie hereon, a Norwegian lately living in a lower town rooming house at
Revelstoke. iversou, who was formerly in bus,ness in the restaurant line at
Kelowna, lost a check some time ago
ami the subsequent history of the aflair
li.i> b'-cn in the hands of the police.
The check appears to ha\e tamed up
at Vancouver, which ha- lead to inquiry us to Iverson's present place of
abode which i- Btated to be Kami.'..:
A Boys'  Club bas !>eeu formed    among the younger     boys of St.  John's
church,  to be known as the Presbyterian   Duys'   Club.or   "P.B.C.'s".      Tho
object of the club is  to promote -O'iul
and literary     entertainment  for     the
boys.   The  meetings  will be  beld    one
evening  i   week in  th'-    hurch  parlors.
The following officers were appointed:
Hon.  i'res.,   Rev.    .1.   W.   Stevenson;
President, Ernest MeKinnon;  Via  Pn
idem.  John Robertson;    • ary,    p
•McKellar;   treasurer,   Harvey   M Leai
con.oner oi program Committee,  John
MeKinnon, and  oi    membership    om-
mittee, Clarence Lyon-.
Brou-xh's all-English company of com-' wept  copiously   over  her  pets      being
Revelstoke Clothing Company
We have purchased the Slock of C. S. McFarland, Howson Block
and are carrying on business In the same stand. We find when taking Stock quite a few broken lines which we are offering at remarkable reductions. You will find your size in some of these lines. Wc
have daily replenished the stock and it is now as complete as you
would wish.
Men's Fine Shirts, including all sizes, made by such mukers as
Clett, Peabody, Van Allen, and Tookes, regular prices 81.26 to I*-*.-*."
Sale Price 65  Cents.
Men's Shoes, including such makers as Dr. Reids, Bell's and
McPherson, which regularly sold for ?6.00 to $7.50. Now on s'ale
a. $3.95
WANTED—A
girl.   Apply Mr:
Kcnzie Avenue.
Dr. R.W. Heard returned Friday
noon from a couple of weeks in Vancouver.
Mrs. Knox of Throe Valley wus the
guest of Mrs. Hairy Bows for a lew
days  this week.
Mrs. G.W. Shepherd will receive at
her home, 119, 2nd stroet, on Thursday, Nov. 27th.
Mrs. C. Lindmark, accompanied by
Misses Myrtle and Ruth, left last even
ing   for  Vancouver.
Mrs. E.A. Haggen antl two children
Rosebud and Alfred, returned home on
Monday, from 0 ,->ix months' visit to
Mrs. Huggen's old home m Now Zealand.
The Band of Hope met as usual iu
the Methodist church parlor on Wednesday afternoon. The bund is pro -
grossing nicely under the cure of Mrs.
Shepperd, Mrs. Dickie and Mrs. Pagden, over thirty scholars attending
eaoh meeting so far.
lu the Presbyterian church on Sunday, the minister, Rev. J.W. Steven -
son, will preach at eleven o'clock and
Rev. J.S. Henderson of Vancouver, in
the evening. The Sunday school and
Bible classes meet nt 2::t0 p.m. All
are heartily  Welcome at  these services.
Rev.   Dr.   Henderson,   field  secretary
for British Columbia, of the     depart -
ment of social service of the Presbyter
ompetont  general house  ian  church,  is expected in the eity   on
FOR SALE—A 21 foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. W^l sell reasonable. Apply
to F.N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B.C.
Apply to Smythe'a Employment Office, First street, Revelstoke, B.C.
299,
R.  Howson,    Mc -
Men's  Shoes which  regularly sola
while they  last,   $1.95
for S4.R0 to 5".00.  Sale  price
St. JOHNS CHOIR
H. V. Morgan is the secretary, and
Prof. A.O. Brownell will conduct. Ad-
mission will be at moderate prices and
ih.' concert shuuld not be missed.
GEO. H. SUMMERS.
The recently announced engagement
of the distinguished character corned -
ian, Geo. H. Summers, has revived in-
terest in theatricals, and when this
gentleman's repertoire of plays is considered there is no doubt but that this
Interest is well justified. Contemplate
for an instant such plays as "The
Hoti^c Nexi Do..i", "The Great Johu
Ganton", "Barriers Uurucd Away",
and others of equal merit beiug produced at populai prices with Bpecial
scenery and a cast .-aid to he eepial
to uny stock company onthe contin-
ent ni America. There are no hackney
I'd plays under new titles In Mr. Summer-' repertoire The theatre-goer U
assured when he or she purchases tick
els for "'I'lie' House Nest Door'* tlia'
they ire going to see that play. Never has Mr.  s immers  stooped to these
whi-h
has  - ippoi ted  hnn  so  loyally  ii
past.    He- opens  his engagement tn  the
[•Impress on Monday. Deoembel
ihe greal English comedy, "Th<
Next   Door."
PINK LADY.
Tl •   Pink Lady"   ind
I  Mr.   John C. Fi *   *"      '     "*" vww t0 uf
booked for a  one  night  , ,, • contact for his al. I
U,e i leatre on Mondaj '*'        - - kean •>'*•*-
■ -      -.latrix')      and   .ra house on Monday evening, Nov.21.
mduljes     in 	
-.       * .     -, ..ne
WANTED — Nursing, apply to Mrs.
McDonald, Connaught avenue, second door from Second street, be ■
tween First nnd Second streets.
A
Men's  Suits  whieh  regularly  sold for $25.00 Sale Price $13.90
Boy-*  Shirts.     Sale Pri.e 45 Cents.
which was regular 50c. and 75i.
Big Assortment of Neckwear
Sale Price  25  Cents.
Revelstoke Clothing Company
FANCY DRESS BALL—The Fancy
Dress Ball, under the auspices of
Fire Brigade No. 1, wll! be held on
December 3rd, 1013. t.d.
Sunday. He will bo at the Methodist
church in the morning, at 11 a.m. and
in the eveniug at T'-'M p.m. at the Presbyterian church.
Dr. Hanieilton left for tho coast ou
Thursday evening, aloug with little
"Jackie" and Master Dronaii Holten.
Thoy join Mrs. Hamilton in Vancouver and sail next Wednesday for a month in Honolulu. The purty expect lo
return to Revelstoke ubout the second
Week in January.
TO RENT—Two furnished l>edrooms,
well heated near C.P.R., board optional.      Apply A. R. Mail-Herald.
WANTED—All the *+ildren to read
C. B. Hume & Co.'s big Christmas
advertisement on page Page Five.
two children.
with   their
Monion,      of
Mrs.    Chas.
spring,      and
Successful Social
I   when  Mr.  Erough'=.' mau
inghtened  away.   Today  Miss      Esme
ihanks  to her father's training, is    a
crack shot with ritle and   revovler,
This company will appear at tho op-
For royal     entertain
losw and  hostesses the  members  of Sl
John's i hurch cl.oa are -•
au> v is shown a*  theli   -
in    '.he    church   ; i
when      they      Were
friends.   The laige-    lass  room,      ••• i
tastefully arranged a- a reception I
eacn   table    in ping i   beaul
of carnations.   Aftei  all had ipent     i
e.o mi ball .•.■■in upstaire, the in.igr.ini
was continued in the basement,    where
aome of  the old  tune games  *  !■■ i
t.o* enjoyed.   Then followed   ..    pie
of cu-^sin,; ionie-t    In  whi I
Uy  rathei than a<   i  i J       ira teriaed
the answers.   Dainty refreshments
served by the    ladies, aftei     whi
*hoi t musical and     literary    program
wa- given in tbe r piion i mm.     Mr.
W.M. Lawrence was most heartily applaud.-!  for  hi-   in.,   re Itations,    Mr.
McCallum and Mr. Kerr each contribu
ted solos which were we In    len 1 and
recei.ol with     beany   applause.      Mr.
Haddon, thc choirmn ter,  presided and
al.-o sang a solo io ih" delight  of bis     A   prettj
hearer.    The accompaniment • were ab-   I his morriii,
ly played by Mr-'.  MrCallum and  Mis-i   in  St.   Mail-
Creelman,  both of whom al-o contributed pleasing instrumental  solei tions.
Many of the old-time melodies were
sung by those present and Mr. Thom
son his populai  "Cockle* and Mussels"
all joined in ib.' rhorus.   Cordial      '
of thanks were pa-sed to tho choir and
eepee.-ially   to the  ladie-  who  had   Ions
ao muoh  to mai •   the  social a  success.
For hearty good feeling,     sociability,
Mh.    In few musical play? ha-  *
*'
* .an
in this   international I '*    a '
Pink  Lady,'* a  I - ,     ar
•.inem mvo
frivolities of  your.
t
egh    a
de luxe comedy i
Binks
•  Lrtoon-
. VR THK ITRE  I*Km
Ti .
\ ihi l.'l.
Ends the War. Hy M ..
and
•   I
n nest  pictures ever
hown);     Modern  Romance,  Dn >
W.^ekly,   Willie. Apprenticeship.
Tuesdai    •' n   time,  good  detec -
live    tory; !•' and Three, Cmtod a'
Oattsburg, T Hat, When
re failed
Wedding Bells
A-ri     oli n nlzed
0 iturday, Novembei  22,   *""lfl  "
i church, Kltsi'lano,  Van-
 I.   when   Ml .   Joseph     EH
nnd Mi- Cecelia Mary Krishy. were in
ited by 'he bond's of holy matrimony
Aft -r i dainty wedding breakfa t, thi
linppy couple left for Victoria ind
Beattie, where iho honeymoon
spent.
Both  Mr. and Mrs. Hooley up,,, foi
mer reaUlents of Revelsloke, „nd many
lovely  present!  sent  from  this     city ,
.. u   ..   ... - erred man]
. ._   '.'it     experiment
Mis-  I-.sii.e  even now
b rilling
eginnera
in the s . *iucted
■hor.,ughiy   a^   possible in   the  tech-
e.   '.g    al
ipl  a   Uight.   i.
wa-
-.■■I.
.
I ng    '•
-   H
•'
'
.....
he  see 'ir-!
ontro '•* ■
planed
•       ,
M    ' K rr.
bows ■ io
1 i Ing      her
our . ' '• • i ie, Monday
\..'  .-in e •<■■     /I'h    .
Scotch Dance
Last Thursday eveniug the tirst
- Otch dance of ih.' season was held
in the opera house, and proved a
ijreat success. Beautiful inu-dc was
lupplied by Messrs. Logan, Fordice,
ind Smith, iccompanied by Meedames
UcOallum  an.l  .Smith on  lhe piano.
It was very  pleasing indeed  to   the
■ ii,. r,.   i0 see   ui'l, ,i  numbei  of
1' wad m.i gentlemen present
md they   wi  I.   to   thank   ili. in through
this paper ior then  attendance.       ai
uppei      was
■    "1 foi    I DO people,  all  of    whom
 .y  lurprlee.   li   is
•*■    il   M«    '      RoiB and    Logan
ladi
TO RENT—Well heated room, house -
keeping pri\ ilogcs; al>o single bed.
room.   Apply  A.R..   Mail-Herald.
WANTED—Snow Shoveling or Woodcut tine work. Apply 27, Third St.,
City.
TO RENT—Well heatod furnished bedrooms, Victoria Road, Boyle avenue
near C.P.R. Apply A.R. Mail-Her -
aid Office.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Secure your seats now.
Girl io  the Taxi,  Bmprei
Reserve $1.
-, tonight.
For  Baby  cutter  robes  go  to
'"   wh0 ,0 kimll>' , Howson'H.
■i'       Be    ake.    •„,   -ame.
Me
llon-  an.i  Logan inform us,
theii    ie   ntion to have    a
few more    dances  during   the   winter
month . ii,ii w,   f...i  aMurtid  ihat ihey
i   .i ■       iccesi in the i om-
w ■■   l/hey bail ai the one they
..   .   onducted last Thursday ov -
ning.
Mrs. Marshall and her
: Mr, and Miss Marshall,
friend, Miss Kathleen
I London, have rented
Landmark's house until
intend enjoying a real Canadian winter amid the snows and swuie wonders
ofthe Capital oi Cana la's Alps.
The V.P.S. of St. John's church Will
hold their monthly social on Tuesday
eveniugi The Social committee have
been busy prepariuu' something unique
aud announce a Button Social,"
whicli assures g good time for every -
body. All young people are invited lo
come uud enjoy the hospitality of the
society.
VesterdayMr. J. Carmichael, of Rev-
eistoke, met witb a serious accident at
Rogers Pass. Mr, Cainuchaol, who is
an engineer, in some way, as yet unexplained, got into a lank used in con-
' nection with the heating of oil for rail
way purposes and was budly scalded.
.After receiving tirst aid attention, Mr.
Carmichuel was brought down to the
Revelsloke hospital where ho now lies.
The old ipiestion of men and women
twicee    born,  will bc .discussed by    the
■ pastor,  Rev.   Lashley   Hull,  in the Methodist  churi'h on  Sunday evening    at
, 7:30 p.m. In the afiernoon Bible class
I at 2;liu conducted by the pastor, thu
subjeel of "Eugenics" 'is up for consideration. Strangers und visitors al-
i ways welcome, both to lhe Sunday
| school and to the church services. —
: Shall we sVe you there ?
Rev. J.S. Henderson! B.A., lhe new
: Presbyterian secretary of social service
in British Columbia, will spend Sun-
day and Monday In tho oity. On Bun-
: day moraine'; at eleven he will speak
1 in the Methodist church, in iho afternoon ut lour be will address a meu's
meeting of men in thc Y.M.C.A., and
at half-past seven in the evening he
will preach in the Presbyterian church.
On Monday evening Mr. Henderson will
speak in Ihe Presbyterian church on
Social Service work and the uddress
will be illustrated by lantern slides.
Mr. Henderson is a forceful and fearless speaker and his  subject is of  vital
■ interest  to all.
early date.   The proceeds of their tirst I    The ladies of the Methodist    churcb
Conoeri   arc for  Ihut   purpose. land friends  to  the  number ofnearly 40
A most enjoyable musical evening
guaranteed by the Revelstoke Musical
Sooiety at their tirst concert to be
•liven ut the Empress thcutiee on Friday eveniiiL', Nov. :28th. Come and
hear the Male Voice Choir in their
glees, choruses and  quartettes, etc.
None too soon to select your Christmas gifts. Read CB. Hume & Co.'s
big advertisement on page Five.
A  Six-room  House  for rent,
street,  east.  —H.N.  Coursier.
Second
If you want a tuner for Piano or
Organ, call on CO. Brownell, or phone
No.73.
Of course you wifl take in the St.
Francis Church Bazaar and Turkey
Dinner on the 18th and lath inst. Only .r)H rents admission.
Don't forget that "The Lady of Os:
lend" will visit the Revelstoke opera
house on  Thursday night, Nov. 24th.
Et,
The   Revelstoke  Musical   Society  intend  putting on a comic opera at    an
Tho Ci
night!
in thc Taxi, Empress,    to-  iroole
assemblod ut the  home of Mrs.  W.A.
on    Thursday
evening  to say
farewell t„ Mrs.  Chas.  Lindmark.     A
'inin. ■ i.t,.. ttre Reveletoke, will
bo open .i,i„, to motion pictures. We
ii dei ' •„ ', thai u very line eloolric
fronl will i,e installed whioh when com
pleted  will be one of the tinesi in B.O.
Hoys'      Boy.! !       Buy  your  rfleighs   presentation    from    the    Indies of the
' from Howson's. ', church of a    hnndsome  silver     flower
j basket took Mrs.  Lindmark oomplete-
Howson &  Co. are showing a most  ly  |,y surprise.   An address* of uppree-
completc line of childrens' sleighs and (iation and     regret at her   departure
''"tt*''"* wa- read by Mrsi L-o, and iho presen-
tationmnde by Mrs.  Downs,  president
and splendid entertainment, this will
rank as ono of the most enjoyable evenings hold in eeeimectioti with St.
John's   hurch.
testify thai Ihe.y are slill hold in high
regard by (heir rmmorou- old friend'.,
who nil join with the Mail-Herald in
Wishing them long life and prosperity.
OLOA   K-iMl-.s   riDVENTDRBB
Mil   Olga m  me, who will appear nn
II be  Monday,  No* embei ". as leading lady
foi  Lawrence Brough    "' the    sboi
man  firand  theatre,     haa     been    the
heroine of »ome oxcitlng incidents dui
ing  her childhood days in Soulh Africa
Always described by her fri.nds     and  ,.rn|  Agencies. Ltd
Don't forget ihe at, tTraocii church
Fair, I- and pi ,,f this month. A
turkey dinner sorved both nights, and
it only costs .r>0 cents.
liALT COAL Is  handled  exclusively
m   Revelstoke  by  ihe Revelstoke Qon-
I arrnt- tin n typi.'a!   "tomboy" one    of
lur escapade* nearly oausod her to low   Hot   Stuff for«   Hard Coal  Heater in
her life.   Miss Esrae's amobiUon    was  Coursier's Coke.
Cold Runge Lodge, No. 28, Knights
of Pythias, will meet ln future on the
1st and ird WiHlneJday evening, and
any '.th Wednesday at 8 o'clock in Selkirk Hall. Visiting brothers cordially
invited.   A.   E.   Kincaid, C.C. t.f.
The Male Voice Choir Concert, to
1)0 held in the Empress theatre on Friday evening, Nov. 28th Ib an inovation
of the Ladies' Aid. Rev. Lashley Hall
then spoke a few words very appropriate to the occasion and Mrs. IArrd-
mark replied feelingly, expressing her
own regret that she must leave thu
town where she haR spent twenty happy years nnd where she feels she is sur
rounded byso many true •friend*. Ro-
•freshments and the singintr of a few
for Revelrftoke ns this is the first con- familiar old hymns were followed by
cert of this kind ever held here. Be lareweilrf and best wishes to the de:
sure and secure your seats early. ' parting guest.

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