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REVELSTOKE. B. C. OCTOBER 8,  1913
$2.50 Per Year
CHICAGO
MAN HAS
KILLED 20
The Chicago poliee are Investigating
the almost unparalleled . .infes-'ion of
Henry Spencer that he had committed
twenty muniei Poascsslng evidence
to aupprt his admiaaion that be killed
Mr*. Mildred Alalon-Rexrogt, the dancing instructor, on September 15, the
authorities arc convinced that they
will in a short time confirm Spencer's
guilt a- to many, ii not all the crimes
After hi- arrest for the Rexroat murder, detectives went to Spencer's room,
Where   they   found  the   rattan suit  itise
winch the tango teacher bad taken
with her on let* fatal trip to Wayne .
111. In tin' suitcase was part of her
clothing and in the room was the re -
volver with which Spencer ended'    her
life'.
Kn mute to the' detective bureau,
Spencer admitted t.e Chief of Detec
tives .lohn J. II ilpm that "You've gol
the j....I- on ni", 1 know I'll swing
(or tin-." Then began his o'xtrordln-
ary onfea.-don. Spencer asserted he-
bad eni the Following to their
c.i 1.1 i in ■ of i wo farmers ahot near
Zion t'it>. 111.,in the Bpring of 1908;
Pi ■ ■■ u i lei miei. one of the car barn
bandits who afterwaed was hanged,
killed the other man. be -aul. obtained •-■■'..II.
Ofaarle Pcnnell, -hot In Augu-t. 1S112,
When they mrprised Spencer anel a
in..- i ame i Murphy breaking inin a
house.   Murphy is now   had.
i ii Thompson, body to ind Jan
itaiy I I'Jt -. :,: ■ .1 and i o ind in
bed ii, a M. higan rooming house, rob-
be mi e. Is '-■ oii h $1*200.
i mer wife, neai Walkervllte, Ont.,
I,-.. wo ids.
R -e       - -  '     ii..1      diamonds
v • ■■    ii,.i l    io     Helen
Go
Ace I  man in   W    'a n  Ion   Park   la-t
.  into lagoon,
ti..- e.i,.
Two al   Delavan Lake,     Wis.,
in June. Killed with hammer, and
bod      tin own in lake
w   -   .a hi hon ■   di   ■   Cook Count ■•
.   hammer and  bun  .
clothes    Gol   ?ll" and rings.
'•*•      in    in  h■• • Fulton     and
Hi       , *        bout eight    months
i  burned cloth-
I b   is
V     11   ,"1"I1 tl-e'Cl,
n.        Sh.u      man      and
w robbing    safoon.
M j    undei
See-,  h Stdt> ele   .it- .1 ah.ait B year ago.
I la Oliver, kill.-1 wuh hammer N.i
vemher 9th, 1*912.     Body thrown into
red     May
eal .
, lll'l
Iieidy
killed
al
l.Hl.
and
ij
•s.i. r.iii.
Ml  .   Mil.lie .1   AI i on Ri xi
Wayne, September L'5,
place-.i  on
I la.Wll       11.a.        .C.l    Wife'
Fo\ Lake,  I    .        Sept. 11.
bo i.-.-   throw n  in  lake.
Unknown man who brushed ngatnsl
him at  i , i  street  and  Ind) -
ana  avenue  - Shol     body
'1    IntO alley      I'I'I     I 'el llll'il.
i,     i.i   .a     Park    Row killed
about two in..mii    ago and robbed.
'l'i ■ man wi.,, . hum- this alnio-i
unbclievcable record is a Chicago product. He does ii" know hi- real
name- and      th.-  tir t    le-    remembered
be was In ih" im  forthe- friendless,
located Within a block of the seen- .ef
In arrest la - a -.'■' He basspi nt
Ins 1 e i twenty y >ai in the state'
pn "ii nl .lee.it. II'* w.i sentenced
tw. ■ :." robberies anl was returned
twice lollowing  violation of pennies.
H.' i- -iimi. weighs aliout 13.>
pounds, wi - an i ha    th'
pearancc of a clei k.   whose life
known little exi itement.     Me has
ten led     the ie
the Immanuel Baptisl church, and attended the weddiuj ni it pastor's
daughter three nighis before he ac-
companied Mrs, Rexroat down a rail-
roa i tra i di ai w.i', u.- an I killed
hei
Spencer   -it  with in    i lective   ami
niniBi ...»**..***
-a s
P MANNINQ'8. *
■ Whole ai- Ratail 1
ap-
ha-
at-
of
■ .lust received i Pre h hip H
| in.nt ,,i NEILSON'S rim ■!
HI COLATES \ k for your faV .'u\
(■i orlto package, we are certain Sl
|l t.e   have   il   at ■
■ B
H MANNING'S. ■
■ 1
j« . . ...... .......
newspapermen in the olli.-e of Captain Halpin and told ..f the lives he
hail taken. Details as to names and
dates lie could nol alway- supply, hut
as lo whether he beat'om on the
head with .., hammer or shot 'em to
dea ih, his memory was better. H6
also remembers approximately how-
much money or jewelry he generoftig
got  from  his  victims.
He sa'ul he did not drink or -moke
—except opium. He repeatedly a-*-'
sorted ihat ke had not "touched a
pill" for two days, and a physician
who examined him doclared he was not
under tin' influence of tlie .Imi.-.
"My head is as clear as a hell."
Spencer said. "You have got mo dead
to rights on the Rexroat murder, and'
I know thai 1 -hall lie hanged in a I
eouple of months. Thai's why 1 want I
to lell everything else and gel it out'
of the way. I Wanted to tell all and |
then he treated decently until they ;
pull  the  rope.
"I have hcen in and OUl of prisons
since   I   was a   hoy.     I   hav.-   been  hunt-!
ed and hounded all my life'. I am sore
on lie- worl.I. My own life' .doesn't
amount  to much;    nobody'^ iid-     has
meant  mtleli  to  me.*'
'I'lie proceeds of Spencer's .rimes
have amounted to more than SlO,000
in lhe last year, according to his
confession, He ha-' spent ihe money
hi the Twenty-second street 'listrie-t.
where he -aid he ha- heen a big
-pen ha-  in  the cafes.
*l killed Mrs. Rexroat becau • ' I
was trying to make a -'inker out of
me." he -aid. "She told me I wus re- I
sponsible for her ■ ■<>n lition an-l how
badly sin- needed 8300, I didn't murder ber for the ring. I too'v it just
because  it   was there"
Ten of Spencer's victims were- women. He -ii-1 h • in.i rie I four times
and   had  kiileel   two of his  wives.      He
always mutilated his victims, lie -ail.
with the idi-a ief preventing Identification.
Tho jewelry he got he told to denizens eef the district le- frequented and
,li I not   go  to pawn  -hop Shortly
after the murder of Fannie Thomson,
he said,  he was arrested foi    robbery,
n I ; leade I    -."illt;.   in hty-
two charges. The la * "job" hc did
wa- ., few nights "ago when lie robbed
the  Astor  Cat,-.
t'hi.'i of Police McSweeny believes
Spencer is  telling iln- truth.
After  being   questioned    continually
for l-l hour-, during which lie rotuVs-
el having committed more than twenty murders, Spencer, exhausted hy the
ordeal, was allowed to retire in a cell
ai the . antral polio ■ station shortly
after eight o'clock tin- morning for a
few  hours  sleep
After th.- long sieire he pul hi- hands
io Ins head and said "I am too tired
i,i remember nny more jusi now. I
-.it to have sleep. Maybe when I am
. sted I can remember some more.
Tin' until i- I killed -.. many I can't
icmenibe:   all  of  ihem."
TERRIBLE
FATALITY
ASSIZE COURT
FALL SESSION
Grand Jury Return True Bills in Both Cases
Before Them—Make Representations Re
Court Yard Buildings—Two Sordid Onarges
Dealt With.
Proceedings in connection with the
sitting of the local Asm/*' Court of the
Supreme Court of British Columbia,
were opened at Hevelstoke iu tlie new
court house at 11 a.m. Monday, Out,
Oth.
The Grand Jury consisted of: —
1, Abrahamson,     Otto William:     "-',
Campbell, and Prisoner on his own
behalf.
The hearing occupied a considerable
time. At 5:30 p. m. the jury retired,
and returned a verdict of not guilty ,
and accused E, Peterson was acquitted
The eotirt then adjourned until Tues
day  morning at 10:;tU a.m.
On    Tuesday morning  the court re-
Mr. Albert Wilson of Revelatoke, was
united In marriage io Miss Julia M.
Scott of Revelstoke, ./—,
After the ceremony, at the home of
Mr. and Mis'. Jas Meinlyre, a number
of tlie immediate friends of the bride
ami groom -at down to a dainly wedding breakfast. Following tlie usual
loauts and hearty congratulations of
their friends and the showers of rice,
the happy couple repaired to their
home in the eity.
The many costly aul beautiful presents showed the esteem and popular -
ily in  whieh the young i ouple are held
SIGNS NEW
TARIFF BILL
TWO
the
Clay, (foreman), Bdwin M.; 3, Dickey,   ,,Uncd. the next caae proceeded with he
Wm. J.: I. Heming, William; 5, Heard
Richard Wealey; (i. McBean, BJ.; 7,
Ormston, George W.; s, Paton. S.; a.
Poitrutl, Wm.; in, Sawyer, Richard H;
11, Smythe, Haymon M.i. l'i, Suthar
land, James P.; 13, Wat-em. William
Id.
There were only two eases to eome
before the court, Rex v. Peterson, rape
Hex v. Mastro Berardina, carnal know
ledge, iu each of whi.h cases the graud
jury returned a true bill,
PRESENTATION OF  ADDRESS
Advocate C.S. MeCarter, senior mem
her of iln- Bar at Revelstoke, presented on behalf of ihs Bar an address of
congratulation to his lordship Justice
W.A. McDonald on thi-. th.- lirst oc -
Casion of hi- presiding on ihe bench at
ReveU'toke since hi-     accession to the
.ng ihai  of Hex v. Mastro Berardlnu.
Tha jury eousisted of:
Lawrence, W. M. (foreman); J.I'.
Creech, V. Offord, M. Fleetham, M.K.
Fee, K.M. Aflura, T. Porta, J.A. MeKinnon.  J.M.Lothian,  W.G.  Scafe, 0.
It.   SKene,   W.   lilllli.
.Mr. C.S. MeCarter appeared for the
Crown, CE. Lilian defending.
Prisoner pleaded not guilty to an indictment charging him with Carnal
Knowledge in respoct of one Alary Ues
imone, she being over fourteen     an I
under sixteen fears of age'.
At tin' request ofthe' prosecution the
court was cleared,
Mary Ve'ltri acted as Interpreter.
The tirst witness was'Lucy Desimone
mother of tie- girl iu question,     who
President Wilson has signed the new
tarilf bill. A happy group of legislators, members of the cabinet and p,,pien hai
friends encircled the President, as he
signed the hill, using iwo gold pens.
He presented to Representative Underwood the pen that had Written the
word "Woodrow" and the one whieh
had completed bis name to Senator
Simmons.
lu Impressive silence the     President
delivered   in  easy  natural   tones  an ex-
GOOD
ESSAYS
The    following    essays,     written   by
pupils of  the  Second reader,  will     lie
read  with interest by their friends:—
THE LEGEND UF  INDIAN  CORN.
Wh-n Hiawatha came home from the
Rocky     .Mountains,   the Great  Spirit
lohl him to go home and help his people.   But Hiawatha ilid noi know how
I to start.    So he thought it  would    be
i best  to jo into the deep forest     and
pray  to the Great  Spirit.    He, wenl iu
j to the de'cp forest to impend seven days
| and nights in fasting and  prayer.   Un
fourth night of fasting ,t youth ap
peared dressed in green garments and
He said, rise from thy
hed and wrestle wiih tne. I am Mon-
.l.imim tin' friend of man anl 1 have
come to give you what you have been
praying for.
Hiawatha felt weak and hungry but
Ic fought bravely. At sunset, the you-
iii disappeared.
ib- .ume the fourth, fifth, -ixth and
seventh nights.    On the'  seventh  night,
lave  evidence as      to  age and  present
bencb.il  also being the first .oun ses conQ*tion ..f her daughter.   Ur.  W.ll.
sious b.-lel in th.'     new    Court  House; Sutherland,   Ur.  E.H.8.  Me-U-nn ani
which address wa-     fittingly received 0,R.  Macdonald, druggist, gave medi-
and appropriately responded to by his , ai ,nul     expert evidence a-   to certain
Lordship. medicines   aid to have, been taken   by
The Grand Jury, through foreman K ti„, .Jrl.
('.  Desimone, fail: r ■ f   be   'iri, an i
A. Defeo, uncle of     the girl, gave evi-
on hi half .ef lhe prosecution.
Mary Desimone,
whom th.' .itTi-ii' ■ wa   alleged  lo hava
been committed,     gave evidence as to
the conduct of prisoner on  two occasions, and as to Ur.  Sutherland having
M.  Cfnj.  presented  the followin
dress:—
"To W.A.  McDonald, Esq.,
J lulge   of   I he   Supreme   Coi,! *
of  Uritish  Columbia,
Itevelstoke. [\.{\
Your Lordship,
W>'. th.- grand jury of thi- the tirst
session of the Assize Coun held in our informed her of her condition shortly
new courl house, Revelstoke, to which before arrest of nccused.
your lordship mad- kind reference this Witness was severely cross examined
morning, wish io Congratulate ....tu by defence regarding her relations with
lordship on yonr accession to ihe jud- certain other boys on various occas-
ieial bench. We tru.-t that you will be inn-.
spared to a Iminister justice as a ju Ige      Evidence for the defence was given by
temporaneous speech that brought pro Mondamin said t.. Hiawatha.     " You
longed applause. have fought  bravely and you -hall win
He said that the journey of legisla- ihe victory. When Idle -trip ofl my
tive accomplishment had only been green garments and lay me- in a Bofi
partly completed, that a great service e,,|. Loosen the earth about me when
hadbeen don.'for the rank and file ol the sun and rain will shine on me.
the country, but thai the second step When they fought that night Mondamin the emancipation of business was in fell helpless to the ground, Hiawa-
currency reform. lha did as  lie was  told.   He made     a
He earnestly     called upon his    eol- -,,it loose b 1 and he let no inse *
leagues to go "the rest of the journey" anyone touch Mondamin    In spring ha
with fre-'h impulse. . ,,   ■                booting up.    11
"Gentlemen, 1 feel peculiarly pleased*' was Mondamin. In the middle of the
the President said In part, "in what 1 Bummer ihere the corn or mai/ 1
have Jt-st done by talcing part iu the in all it- splendor. In th.- autumn Hi-
completion ofa great piece of busine-- awatha looh home-thii isa pleasure which is very hard to ft to Nokomis. Hiawatha mad
express in words which are adequate to feast for the Indians. II,- . Id tl ir.
expi m   the feeling,  because the feeling ihat it was the gift of the Great S]
ol this court for some years  lo
and we'  wi-h   iei  thank    y<><i  for   your
kind ami helpful charge to us this mo-
■   ing.   We  regret   that  although there
S,  Desimone,  L.  Amato,   John  Colla,
an.l F. Piscatelli.
Accusi I    nisi     gave evidence on hi-
eiwn behalf    The case was still incom-
. n
US
was  a  very  li.ht   docket   we  had  the  plete when the court  adjourned   until
painful duty of bringing in true hill-    10:30 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Tin- ,a-e- was resumed on Wednesday
morning at 10)30, when accused was
severely cross-examined by prosecu -
lion as to various elate-- anl events detailed in his examination.
At  12 noon  Mr.  CK. Gillan address'-
uch of   th"  two counts  giv<
for our . onslderatlon.
"With reference to thnt  part of your
lordship's   remarks   hav in_r  refei
public buildings,  we, your grand jury
v • ■ i■ •    "'ir   disappi .\ al   of   the   ere i  i il
A terrible fatality. dets
whi h arc 'hrowded in mystery occurred on Sunday morning last, a'- a point
close o> iln- eight mile hoard on the
south traek.
ln thi- vicinity a party "i Russians
ha\,' i in ly sq-tta some lands
lyin       within     certain timbei  limits,
whi "■  Ihey   have he- :i doing  a     little
clearing, whilst -enn.   if the party wor-,
I.. .1 away  ai  other pi . ■ .•   mills
and  wood .
Among these     • * one Mike
Dick, a soldlei ,.; thi Ku--inn army,
whilst th- wife and tw.. children of
another Russian live in a shack onthe
' leal uu.
On the fatal morning, Mik Dick and
one of thi- other Russians were making
a. all at tin- shack about 9 a.m. for
breakfa 'hi', of tic- visitors curio 1
a -hot gun. and the .un exploded in
ihe doorway, the  you I   Rus
sian woman being in-  . lied.   I:
difflculi  t.' eh- ovei  who wa- actu -
II] ui yiti. the gun when the nc- i -
'lein oi urred as all thi pai lie- are
foreigners with 'eta icantj knowledge
of English.
The    I'lol il .,   ■       I,- .-Stig.lt
ing tic details, and d the
fm is warrnnf
tion mi., the all or v
rie- White Star Domh oi   i ni
M    oitu*.  which let'   Liverpool    Sept.
tl ih   ha '   . -
sh,' arrived at ij-;.-i" ,,n Saturday
morning  and  Monti I iy morn- ]
ui , n -   5th.
of  the  large  and  unsightly  -h-'d   now   ed   the court   foi   tbe defence nnd  Mr.
ii, tin-       our .-"I    construction,    and    G.S.  MeCarter for the prosecution,
which detracts so much from tl His  Lordship's able  summing up o-
pe,ii.in-.,  oiil our!   hou-'e  and      .t-    -  tpiod   ahout   half an   hour,   when     the
surrounding  grounds,    which grounds   jury  retired, and stibsecmently a  verdict of guilty ou  the second ami third
should  in our opinion lv laid "*it      n
pleasant   gardens,   We  would  n
fully   ic uiie'ii 1   that   this  shed  in'  rein o    i '..a  suitable     site' away  from
com             much as it com
pletely blocks  the view of the building
counts, namely those of "assaulf'and
being  concerned in  the  securing    of
 'tain drugs.''   Sentence was ,1
The consideration of tin' Gr0nd jury
w.i- also asked iii reference to a   case
thai  I have is that we have done   the
rank and  hie  of    the'  people of      this
ee ui'ry :. great service.
"It i- n feeling of profound gratitude
that, working with tbc splendid men
who have carried this thing through
with studious attention and doing justice all loun i. I Bhould have had a
part in serving the people of tbis country as v.*. have been striving to -erve
i ,i tn i". er -ince I  ean  remember.
'Sol feel tonight lil..-a.man who is
lodging happily in the inn which lie;
half way along th" journey, and demanding with a fresh impulse w
go tlm rest e,f the- journey, and sleep it
the journey's en i ivith a quiet
conscience, leiiouii,_' th it we shall have
berved om- fellow men aa I havo thereby
t l ied   to   -en 0   God,
The speed  with  which  Oongri
posed of ihe la-t wi I'" em  iln- tarifl bill
ii imonstrnted the' anxi i louse nnd
Si n ite to gef t lirough with the burden
t nat hei 1 ihem In onl nuous Berfsion
since April.
That the n iv Underwood tarifl now
adopted in the United Slate- gives
the Dominian Ix-in-tii of total reduction
..ii all ani' I s enumerated in thi
proeily agreement lhat wa- offered in
ihe Knox-Fiel ling agreement is it -elf
-hown by fh" comparison wbich has
be n m,1.1.- here an i which may be depended upon us absolutely accurate.
AGNES  CRESSMAN',
Bi nh r  Si
THE  LEGEND  nV INDIAN  CORN.
Hiawatha  visited the Rocky  Mou
lain-.   The Gi I  him   to
help I.i- peo'
c.iild.   Hiawatha  did not  know how*
to start.   He went ii
and
■ . nn I praying to      > Great S|
it.   On the fourth i imi
toward Hi iwai   i and M> a
i-     Mon lamin."   Hi   w i i
green and     yellow
"You   -hail   gl *
wanting,      t up and wrestle with m\''
I Haw itl.a   v, -- .■   ■  .   bu    h ■   wn
bravely.   When the sm, w.-nt
mm  disappeared.   1.
sixth nth light-, an I Hiawa
tha fought     bravely.   On the s- v eni
night he -a. i *o Hlawatl
going !■■ win t When I   am
- a e ele in the soft earth
p 11 me in it and gi i
thnt no ln-cct r bird or ,tn-
pe'i-.'on din irb rae.'1   So th -y  fou
ani Mon.lamin fell dealt.> the ground
1 Unwal a did aa he v.a-  told.   Wii I
e ame, Hiawatha wo ild p it
which Nokomis made lim    and would
wander into   I ind
Motilatiiiii'- gra Win-
fiom   the  surrounding   buildings,    ami   whieh came- before the court  of Hex v.
the     appearance    f  tho court    McFaddon,  in  whi.h  accused  i- charg
bouse  its If,   Hi-,  tfully   submitted,      ed     with attempted rape.   A true hill
it.   M.  Clay.       I Was  ii'ttii I. and  ill" trial  is  now pro
Foreman Grand Jury. 6th, Oct.  1018"   ceeding.
His  Lordship acknowled)  ,1 the    re-1 CIVIL CASH
■ ii„. above add re g, and .in 'Ct-! Tin* only civil case down forbearing
ed the .'..un i;. ordei t . hav.. -.-mi' was Calgary lam.' and Cement Co. \ -
pla 1 among the proceedings records, Macdonald and Gzowski. This wa-'nu
aula copy submitted to the proper action arising out of the construction
quarter, of the spiral tunnel     between Hector
or passed.   One -pring morning wheu
Th" comparl on mode docs not  take'  u,aU.lti
anj   ae count of the long li-t of conditions In  ihe Underwood  tarifl on   ar-
licles  ne.t    'pe ifii I    in  ih-'  ie ipio it)
a  ie•-.in io.   ll i    made  only in  regard  ,(,,.
to articles not   -!"* ifle 1 In the rei ipr.i-
ciiy agreement  nnd was based on im-
THE FIRST CASK
. Rex
Un
sworn:
At 2 p.m. the lirst i
' r-on  wn- Called.
Tie   following petit  jury were
Allum,      Edgar M.t    Bell, David S.;
c.-it',,  Arthur;  Lawrence,  W.M.,  (fore
mnni: Cre n h,  .1 P.,     Pee,   Milton  B.'.;
Granstrom, Chas. A.; Edwards, H.W.j
Sdwai Is.       Geo       U.:    Mi,ru.   William;
Fleetham,   Matthew;   S'-afc,   Walter  G.
Recordei   R. Gordon  read the indict
ment,   charging Elmer Peterson with
assault  and rape, ln respect ot Minnie
Avery, in  Revelstoke, on May llth.
G, S. Me Carter npppare 1 for tho
Crown, and CB, Gillan for the defence.
Un- i li .1  not  guilty.
\i thi request of the prosecution the
r,,iiil   v. I of  the  puhlii.
The   details   of   the   in-c   were      wry
uniii. ihe witnes ie ■ called im ludn   J
Mi      v..iy. Oon table Fergu
son,   chief of    Polioe Parry, William
and Kiell in 1907-8. Plaint ill- claim -
ing for a large quantity of wood i;,i.
ni by the contractors and the C.P.R.
dining construction. Mr. W.l. Briggj
of Revelstoke appeared for the plaintiff and with Mr. Briggs was Wr. A.B.
Mackay of Calgary. Por the defem .
Mr, A. Wheeler of Vancouver and J.E.
McMillan appeared for the O.P.R., who
were 'oined in the action ns third par
tie'--. The case Involved a considerable
-um of money and some line legal
points  were  raised   in  the pleadings.
On Tuesday afiernoon tbe parties
camo togothcr, thc differences weie adjusted and with the consent of the
court  the action  Was withdrawn.
pollutions imo iho United States from
Cana la   .lining   th"   BtCal   yeai  ot   I'.il"
ending io returns submitted to Parliament by Mr. Field a. in January,
pill.
i in lhal ba is the re lu< tion of tic
United States in favor of Canada under ihe reciprocity agreement amounted
to 8-1,849,1133.   Taking   tie-    am"  qU 	
nt i"s -ui.i values, ih.- ie- luciii.n un lei i • 11 ■
tie- new Underwood tariff would be Mr „•• nt 1:
965,610.   In other word-, there is   an  pint street
n o.i ,-d  reduction  undei- the Under-
 I i ii, tl  ui nting 10 $10/5,677 with   *«.»»"''"*",,»
out any coi t sion from Canada, *
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Wedding Bells
A quiet we' Min - wai lolemnir.ed a*
the parsonage Saturday evening. Oct.
•lib, by the IW\. Lashley Hnll,   when
Literary Society Will Meet
\     we'   int imati'd   in   out  I oluui    i I •
cently, a    literary so been
formed in  Ihe city, ami the In st meet-
ni tic  stu'ly  of  "King  I^-ni"    is
■ ailed   for  Tue '.lay.  0( '    lllli.  at      s
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the Hon, Bc     Hi     Bra   t H.S     M
Lean, bj  Monday, 15th inst.
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1013.
gem Prug JVore
Leather Goods
IN LARGE QUANTITIES
Ladies' Hand Raj's, Card Cases and Purses, l-'tir Dans
that will match your Furs for Fall and Winter. r.evit's
Hill Folds, I'ass Cases, Wallets, Letter Cases. Kvery
conceivable shape and convenience. Music Folios, Cuff
and Collar Boxes and Letter Folios.
New Fall Books
Tin-Iron Trail,"    Rex  Beach $1 50
Laddie,"    C.ene Slratton Porter     1 50
The Woman Thou Gavest Me," Hall Caine"   1 50
Tin- Heart ofthe Hills," John Fox, Jr   1 Ml
Jtfter Nov. Ist. we are Closing
Out Our Lending Library
Prescriptions
WE have heen been building up a stock for 15  years   in
tinier to have everything that  may  he   wanted   in   tbis
department,
WE have always hcen influenced hy the quality of goods
purchased rather than by lhe price.
WE have the highest paid and most competent stuff of
assistants in the Interior of B, C.
As you can readily realize, tbe hest prescription is ob-
taineel only when composed of the hest,—best endeavors
as well as hest ingredients.
W.  PARRY
AUCTIONEER    ANI)  VALUER
HOl'SKHOLD   SALES
specially   conducted J**
I  have a splendid assortment of
Ladies', Gent's and Misses' Eng
lish Felt Slippers. —Also a fine as
sortment of Glassware and Crock
ery".
I   can   order anything vou need for
Xmas presents
\V. PARRY
Auctioneer's Mart, McKenzie Avenue
Revelstoke, B. C.
[. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
In Our Store you ,t;et this result-producing combination.
Ymi can be sure that you'll i;et just what your doctor
ordered if you take advantage of our skilful service.
Quality Comes First at
gem £>rug & $ook Jtore
The QoxaML Store
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelatoke
       >  ft
Jrf
STAND  BACK!
IT'S TOO LATE!
Such a calamity mav not have overtaken you, hut where is your guarantee that any day—aye, today, a
fire may destroy your home and
possessions.
TAKE OUT A POLICY AT ONCE
no matter how moderate the amount,
a policy protects you. The premium is so ridiculously small that the
price of a cigar a day will give you
considerable insurance. See us
about this to-day remember tomorrow may lie too late.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
CITY TRANSFER  COMPANY
Baggage Transferred
Distributing AgentsJ^"
and Storage      .    .    .
FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING A SPECIALTY
BAYNES    BUGGIES   AND  SLEIGHS   FOR  SALE
PHONE 276.    NIGHT PHONE 71
TOHN LEE
NEWS FROM
FAR ANU NEAR
Tin- Right Hon. Sir Walter Francis
Hely-Hulchinson, governor and commander-in-chief of Cape Colony from
Mini lo l'JIO, died last Week in London
He' wa-' born 'in Dublin, August 22,
1849.
11 is announced that the Duke of
Grafton intends to sell all of his es -
talcs, except ihose. in Norfolk, where
he lives. Tin' property to be sold include- iln1 Immense estate of Wake-
fluid Lodge, Morthamptonahisse.,
Vie-o Admiral Sir John FelloWflg
died suddenly lust week at his home
nt Si. Albans of heart disease. Sir
John Fellowes was horn in l'H4:t and
wa- recently second in command of
tin- Channel Squadron. He was aide'
de-camp in Quean Victoria in I8'.i2-9:t.
Orn ral Hrntnwcll Booth will noma
ie. Canada at ihe end of nexi month,
hm hi- tour wii 1 only include Toronto
and Winnipeg. Arriving in New York,
ho proceeds to Toronto, where he will
preside over tlio annual congress of
tho Salvation Army in Canada, which
opens November 1. >
Reports from engineers indicate nood
progress with the Hudson Bay Railway. Before the clotfe of the working
season grading will have heen completed mi a straight stretch of 160
miles and with the exception of a few
cut-   llic   line      will   have    hcen  graded
from Le Pas to Thicket Portage, ab-
out 2iiO miles.
The report cabled from London lhat
linle Princess Marin Christiana,
daughter of King Alfonso, is deaf and
dumb, nnd ihat the doctors considered
her ease hopeless, is si-nvi-olricinlly
denied. According to an authorized
statement from the royal palace, the
health of lie Princess is good and
thoro is  no  fear ahout   her normality*
Statistics of homestead entries for
July, jusi issued, give a total of 3,1177
entries for the four western province's,
as compared wiih l,l'J7iin July,l'JI2, a
decrease of 530. Manitoba entries were
850, as compared with 3."i&:. Saskatchewan totalled 1,72H, against 2,269; while
those of Alberta also showed n shrinkage from l.t'iiiii July, lil 12. to 1,405
Briii-1i Columbia entries increased
fi..in  2<i.*t  io 420.
DEALER IN
SILK GOODS
Legal Forms
for even purpose are  printed
and stocked hy the Mail-Herald
Single CoDiea Sold.       Raanonftbia Prio«
Battenburg bed spreads and
shams, scarfs for dresses.
Just arrived, a new line of
fur stole muffs for ladies'
wear—the price reasonable.
Manufacturers of ladies'
dresses: gent's shirts and
boys' suits made to order.
JOHN LEE
FRONT STREET.     LOWER TOWN.
Millinery! Millinery!
All the Latest Fall Styles
and Shapes. Our display
is always new and up-
to-the-minute with the
Fashion Centres.
SEE OUR LARGE FALL DISPLAY
m>*Reid (3L Voting A
Thai a convict in ihe Tennessee state
prison lias heen engaged in counterfeiting operations was indicated when
prison authorities found remains of
plnster-of-puris molds for small coins
in the eell of Sam Howerton, who is
serving n sentence for murder. Howerton, it is said, melted the metal by
means of n wire attached to the elei trie-
light  In his cell.
John Hislmon I, leader of tlm Irish
parly, became a grandfather lasl week
wlie-n twins were horn to his daughter,
Johanna. Her luishnird is Max S
Green, chairman of ihe Irish Prisons
Board.
The revenue cutter Bear at Unalaska
will search Alaskan waters for ihe
niissinn schooner Wasp,  for the  safety
of who row  and A.N.  Bvans,  com-
iii'.s-ieeii'T of education in Alaska,  f",ir
is felt,
Mr, Mai-ainadiike Matthews, R. \.C.
one of ilie best known Canadian a -lists
died in Toronto last week at the age
of 74. He wa one ol the fouuJ'Ks of
Ontario Society of Artist- n.l <m Ro
y.d Canadian Aea lemy,
Tomtm   Ketchell of Seattle, who; fell
mom.,ni    iei a Well,   !I7   feet   deep,
is  re,i    eriousiy  hurt.     Tommy    was
:■!/•■ I   ai, 1 when hn    -ee i  ■■,-,. |   ) ,s
• lamination by i.iiy ., :ii ,1
■■     be  I ict thai   the   , hoy was
a scratch or .i   !ir lUe  nu  I e ■ -;
lip- -i ■■- 1  ic      he
le, 11|>'   ,-, -si'l
i '      i I'l..!•  I  , I,  :|l"l    I    S"  ,
■■     if   .1'.-. • . iy
e.i—   I    i    rid
"ati ifi     .' ee.     Ill
IfOI i   HJll
.'     t'.il
:    r, im ,i ling
i ■'. -:    .'.
I . ,        h flil.j flril
 e i I ifi
Ma ■    in
mm   i <    -■.','■ men! will   ied
1      ly.-l N'e H
In' ■   'I ■ ■      !
!., perform c<is !n Cnnn-
cl and re |U6        ''ere
nm i'i             lepart I"   0 I     hei
.ii ■    ■  .       ■
lain y bul               |  ■ t do
Ueve   ' Imi •   Ium   . in i y I nald  Iw      pi i
vented
Plans "I  ili"  pinpri "'I  impro' i
In 'in' Nanaimo p ind,customi
building  lia' ■• ni ri1 ■ I  from     Ottai  ',
and it i   expected ilml  in Hi" eours'i of
(Continued on Page three.)
Rifles and Shot Guns
Ammunition, Hunting Knives,
Decoy Ducks, Field Glasses,
Compasses, Fishing Tackle,
Tents, Camping Outfits, etc.
McClary's, Kootenay and Sas-
kalta Ranges & Heating Stoves.
Sherwin-Williams' Paints, Varnishes, Stains.
Canadian Oil Co.'s Oils, Gasoline, etc.
We carry full stocks in Hardware, Groceries, Hay, Grain and
Feed.
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
nPDnnDaanDanDDnDnDDnQinnDannanannDDDDDDDDnr r
C JS I Q
A Remarkable Expression
of Public Confidence . . .
is shown in the statement, of thiB Company for the fiscal yoar
ending March 31st, 1913. Ab compared with one year ago, the
following figures are exceptionally interesting:
ASSETS MARCH 3lst,    1913   (456,915.71
ASSETS MARCH 31st, 1912  (Ill,26».M
showing a net gain of (845,647.12
This remarkable gain is pos-itive evidence of tho convenience and  practicability  of lhe C. H. I. C. plan.
NEARLY ONE-QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS LOANED
TO CONTRACT HOLDERS at .r> PER CENT. SIMPLE INTEREST DURING THB PAST FISCAL YEAR.
If YOU Dealre R Home of Your Own—If you "Would B« Independent  of  a Landlord—Investigate This plan—Now.
The Canadian Home Investment Co., Ltd.
"Canada's Old Reliable"
Home Office:    PACIFIC BUILDING, Second Floor
VANCOUVER. B. C.
Revelstoke Office :     -      J. B. WATSON REALTY CO.
W«l«l«l»l»l«l»l»l»l»l«l»l»l»l.[»r»^^^
MaMMMrtrtrt^l^^
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
^/Iliouays the   7$est
"ShamrocKl' *Btitter
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
tiiwwwi«mwi«i«iwiwwwwi»iwwi«i«Iilwwwfwiwiwniwi'iWwniiMi»i«ii
NEW   FRESH   GROCERIES
ARRIVING DAILY
Huntley & Palmer's Nursery Biscuits, per lb  50c
Molasses Snaps, 2 lbs. for  25c
l'resb Crisp Sodas, pcr pail  3f>c
New Summer Cheese, per lb  25c
Orders Delivered to Any Part of City.
JOHN  MCINTYRE   &   SON
First Street. Telephone No. 93
YES! WE SELL
4"$* Premium Ham
■•$"&        Premium Bid. Ham
*#W Premium Bacon ;
4n$* Brookfield Butter
*#*$* Brookfield Eggs
Jy Brookfield Cheese
*b*P Silver Leaf Lard
f? Jewel Haddies
\t\ ijj Also a fine assortment  ol
ii Fresh Ments    the best llliil
+   + monev can buy.
All Meats Government Inspected.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
r ^WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
: HE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE THREW
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J. B. Watson Realty
'Co.
Sash and Door Factory on 100 loot lot.
Mckenzie avenue  s ,,.,.med bouse on 50-foot lot
1st. STREET—5-roomed bouse on 50-foot lot 	
2nd. 8TREET—8-roomed house on 50-foot lot	
$7500 00
$4000 00
.. |3000 00
...pxio 00
...S3000 00
3rd. 8TREET-4   houses      $2100 to J3400 00
$8600 00
$ 800 00
2 lots (the pair)	
$1500 00
$2200 00
$3000 00
Bth. Streot   3 6-roomed houses.    Kach	
9-roomeil   bouse	
7th. STREET   4  lots,   each	
8th. STREET    2 lots.    The pair	
$3200 00
$3800 00
$ 300 00
$1600 00
J 650 (HJ
.$ 15,000
Dominion Express Money Orders for Sale.
W. H. HOROBIN, Manager.       Local Agency American Casualty Co.
Kire, Life nnil Accident Insurance      Government Lands       Money to Loan
AOENT FOR  PACIFIC  SALES ASSOCIATION, LIMITED.
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THE  MOLS NS BANK
INCORPORATED 1856
Capital and Reserve,        -     $8,700,000
35    BRANCHES   IN   CANADA
A OENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
CIRCULAR LETTERS OF CREDIT    .]
TRAVELLERS CHEQUES      ISSUCd
BANK MONEY ORDERS I
Savings Department At All Branches
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Look!!    Prices Cut!!
No. 2—2 x 4   2 x 6	
No.    1-2x8	
No.    1-2x10   2x12
$13
$19
$20
We are overstocked in No. 2 aud No. I Cedar
dimension and offer above prices as long as
material lasts.
Globe Lumber Company
WH Tf 5TAR-^^l LARCE5T 5TEAMER5^CANADA
SAILING EVERY SATURDAY FROM
MONTREAL QUEBEC LIVERPOOL
NeW S. S. Laurentic (15,000 Tons)     New S. S. Megantic
First Class-$92.50.        Second-*53.75 Third-32.50
S. S. Teetonic
582 feet long
Twin Screw
Steamers
S. S. Canada
5U feet long
Only One Class Cabin (11) $50.00 and Up.
and Third Class $31.25 and Up, Carried.
CHRISTMAS SAILINGS
S. S. Laurentic Nov. 22.     S. S. Canada Nov. 29.     S. S. Megantic
Dec. 6.   S. S. Teutonic, Dec. 13
For Sailings. Illustrated Booklets, Etc. apply to
COMPANY'S OFFICES. 619 Second Ave.. Seattle
rkvhi.sioki; ciiNKKAi. AGitNCiES—C. p. R, Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
Everybody Knows the Value
of a Combination Safe .   .   .
Hut there   arc   *till  a   few   people   who  don'l
know what a sale combination  Bell's  Bread
ami   New Zealand Butter make	
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208    GROCER & BAKER    Phone No. 23
NEWS FROM
FAR AND NEAR
(Continued   From   Page  Two.)
a few days tenders will) be called for
the carrying out of the proposed a<l>U
tion for which a grant of $26,000 was
secured hy Mr. Shepherd, Nanaimo'-
member in lhe Dominion House, at
the Injt session oi the Commons.
Lrieutenant-Qovernor Cardenas, al •
loged by the Constitutionalists of Mexico to have been the assassin of President .Ma Icn i. former president ni
Mexico, lias been assassinated, accord-[
inu in advices received at the headquarters of ilm Constitutionalists. The
advices state thai Cnrdenas was killed
ai Miohoalah, whither he liiul been
sent by President lluorla to take command of the federal  troops.
I
Professor Prince, commissioner of
fisheries, has returned to Ottnwn alter
a lengthy absence of several months,
chiefly spent in a tour of inspection
and deep sen fishing Investigation in
the Maritime provinces.
la consequence of the labor troubles
ul Liverpool, the Canadian express
companies have transferred their staffs
lo Bristol. All outward traffic, has
been shipped from that port ami Canadian Importers will, therefore, ex -
perieuce no delay in receiving their
goods,
ln the death at Melburn, Ont., of
Ernest   Campbell,    u young   divinity
student. Dr. Frie-dmann lost the first oi
In- Canadian patients to receive his
serum treatment. He look a second
injection bul although rhe disease was
in its tirst stages only, it made rapid
progress.
The exact site of the harbor of Pompeii, for whieh search has hcen made
for centuries, has been discovered by
the sculptor, Lorenzo Co/.za, who has
for years continued thc Investigations
of  bis late   lather. Tlle   harbor  is   1,250
yards inland from the beach, as it at
| resent exists, and 7UII yards from the
gate of  Pompeii.
The will nf William J. Gaynor, late
mayor of New York, leaves to his
widow his Brooklyn residence and 51H)
shares of Royal Baking Powder Company stock. The remainder of the estate, with tbe exception of minor bequests, as divided, two-sevenths to two
sons, and one-seventh to each of three
unmarried daughter.-. The value of
the estate is estimated at $2,000,000.
Although immigrants are not arriving in such large .numbers nt the present time there is a steady stream from
the Old Country going west. This is
proved by the fact thut during tho
week ending Septembei- 2'.i, no less j
than 1039 newcomers were detrained ''
in Winnipeg. One very noticeable
feature about these figures is the extraordinary numlier of non-English -
speaking people who have come iu.
four miles northwest of Liverpool,
causing $400,000 damage. The members of the "arson squad" left a quantity of suffrage literature strewn about
tin- lawns. The building was formerly used as a convent an-d was undergoing reconstruction at a cost of .**130-
000. It was lobe turned into a hospital for imbeciles. Thu entire property is   valued al   nearly  81,000,000.
SAFE IS
LOCKED
BY DEATH
In the Ottawa west parliamentary
block, among the vaults' whieh oon-
taiu the we-iltli of the nation, is a
giant iron safe filled wiih gold, bonds.
securities and valuables and no member of the government or of the gov -
ernment's five thousand employees in
the capital are able to uulo'k it.
This big safe ha- lieen locked since
Tuesday, and will bo locked until the
man who designed ihe intrie-ate com -
bination unlocks it.
So valuable arc the contents of tho
vaults that only two men in all Canada knew how to unlock it—Mr. J.
Ri'urke. comptroller of tho Dominion
currency, and Mr. A.B. Hudson, of the
auditor-general's department.
These two men knew the combination between ihem, but neither one' ..f
them e-ould open it unassisted by tho
oilier. Last Tuesday Mr. Hudson died
Suddenly and now no one can open tho
safe. The maker of the vault has been
sent for and. pending his arrival, the
country will have to get along without
the contents of the safe.
A Lucky Find
A South African exchange from
Kimberley says that the local sen-a -
lieen ,,f the week lias been the ca-ual
(discovery of a large diamond weighing
169 e-arats. On Monday, a native
working at the No. 1 Diggings, stepped into a disused claim, whieh has lx-cn
originally worked two years ago by a
couple of diggers, when he saw, sparkling in the sunlight, a large diamond
in the trravel face of the abandoned
claim. Tne diggers must have stopp-
111 wiihin a few inches ofa big find,
and the denudation caused by rain and
winds hail completed the work of discovery.
The native conveyed the stone to
his boss, Rhodesia Smith, as be is
popularly known at the diggings, who
at one-e communicated to the company
the surprising, but good, news of the
luck find.
According to u despatch from Ottawa the policy of the immigration
department for the next year will be
to confine the efforts of its agents to
encourabe lbe immigration only of
those who purpose to settle on the
laud in Canada. This course is being
adopted, it is said, because it bus been
found that more arti/ans and general
laborers were coming to this country
than could be readily assimilated in
the cities and industrial centres.
Militant suffragettes set fire. last
week, tee Seafleld   House at Seaforth,
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make ■
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reauired in yonr business.
WE
ARE GIVING  AWAY A
PRIZE
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
Even
* Five Cent Cash Purchase gets
one Coupon.
The
Greatest   Value    in     Coupons
Gets the Prize.
SEE
MIDDLE    WINDOW
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Agents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Ranges.
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NEW ARRIVALS
BOYS' SUITS
For years Women have looked to this
Store for the most reliable qualities in
Boys' Wear with the assurance of the
best values procurable. Here are new-
arrivals that will interest many. Make
your selection when choice is at its best.
McRae Mercantile Co.
HOBBERLIN C. N. R. SOCIETY BRAND 0
THE   HOME   OF   GOOD   CLOTHES O
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Dominion Security Co., Limited
OF  REVELSTOKE, B. C.
bep; to announce that they have opened up offices nt tbe
corner of First Street and Connaught Avenue for the purpose of handling reul estate, timber, etc. It will pay you to
call and net particulars, and Ket iu on ground flour prices.
We also make'a specialty of listed property.
A. McRae,
T. Kilpatrick,
President. Sec.-Treasurer
P. O. Drawer No. 4.    Telephone No. 321.
TO THE PUBLIC
1 would respectfully call your attention to my full line of Woollens jus)
received for Fall and  Winter wear,   comprising the latest  styles,  fabrics  and
colorings iu new and desirable effects,
I would also call your attention to the fact that I have taken a full
course of instruction in cutting men and women's garments at "the John J.
Mitchell Co." cutting academy, New York City.
Have   worked   and   gained  practical    experience   with   leading   tailoring
establishments In the large cities, and call safely recommend myself as one
who thoroughly understand cutting, designing and making of men's and
women's garments. Therefore, you could not do an} better than have inu:
ordei here for your Frill and Winter garments,
H. F. M0RTENSEN
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES, $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B. C.
. . . It Might Be Hot. . .
ZBTTT
It is always fine in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Ourjrecord of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
LADIES' AND GENT'S
TAILOR
ACROSS FROM THE  "CLUB."
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AIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
t  vvill probably surprise you to know the cost ofa bad stove
cessive coal bills during tbe winter. Tbere are plenty of
s  wli\ one sto e will burn more coal  than   another.
in and let us explain why our stoves are more econoin-
ny other.
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Revelstoke.  "B. C. Phone No. 8 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
pin rtva
i:
SYNOPSIS  OF COAL MIMING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rlghta of ths Dominion
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, ths
North-west Territories and in a portion of ths Province of British Columbia, may be leased \or a term of
twenty one years at an annual rent-
si of 11 an acre. Not more than
2,660 acres will bs leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be mads
by ths applicant in person to ths
Agent or Sub-Agent of ths district
ln which ths rights applied for ars
situated.
The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may
bs permitted to purchase whatever
available surfaoe rights may bs considered neosssary tor ths working of
the mine at ths rats <A $10.00 an
•ers.
In surveyed territory the land must
bs described by Motions, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
surveyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by ths ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicant must be accompanied by a fee of tt which will bs refunded If ths rights applied for ars
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at ths
rate ot flve cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furnish tbe Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. It the coal mining
rights ars not being operated, sueb
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Separate se<aled tenders, euperccribed
"Tender for Manufacture and Delivery
of Superstructure Metal, Bridge at
Taghum, B.C.," and "Tender for Sub
structure and Erection of Superstructure Bridge at Taghum, B.O.," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister of Public Works up to noon of
Tuesday, the Hth October, for the
manufacture and delivering f.o.b. cars
at Taghum, B.C., and for the complete
substructure ani erection of superstructure, respectively, of the bridge
over ths Kootenay River at Taghum,
B. 0.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
and forms of tender can bei seen at the
offices of the Government Agents at
Nelson, New Westminster, Vancouver,
and Revelstoke, and also at the office
ol the Public Works Engineer, Parlia -
ment Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying
to the undersigned, obtain one copy of
the drawings and one copy of the specification for the sum of twenty-five dollars (|26).
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque or oertiflcate
of deposit on a chartered bank of Oan-
adg, made payable to the Honourable
the Minister of Publio Works, for ths
rfum of $1,000, which shall be forfeit**
It tbe party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do
so. The cheques or certificates of de -
posit of unscccessful tenderers will be
returned to them upon the execution al
the contract.
Thc successful tenderer shall 'urnUn
a bond of a gunrnnteo company satisfactory to the Minister of Public '.Vorks
In the sum of five thousabd lollars
($5,000) tor the due fulfilment of its
contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out ott the forms supplied, u\ffif
ed with the actual nip-nature of th>i tun
derer, and enclosed    in the   envelopes
nrnirtti
The lowest or ntty tender not ne:es
sarily accepted.
J. H. GRIFFITH,
Public Works En-t-inier.
Department of Public Works,
Vlotoria, B.C., September 3rd, 1913.
lfflfort to   Bth Oct.
NOTICE is hereby given tlmt John
Clayton Tapping, the holder of a license to sell llquot by ii-i:iil at the
premises known as tlie City Motel,
First Streot, Rovelstoko, natnely Lots
1 to 7 inclusive, In Hlock 5, Plan
a'tO Revelstoko, B. 0„ Intends to
apply to the Hoard of License Commissioners for the Oity of Rovolstoko
at a meeting of the said board to be
hold next aftor the expiration of thirty
days from tho first publication of this
notico for the transfer of Mid license
to ths premises situate on tbo oorner
of First Stroet and Orton hvenue, being lots 17, IK and 10 in block 17, Plan
(VtnA, Re\elstoke.
Dated this 5th day of September. 1B13,
J. C. Tapping.   •
Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims for Unpaid Delinquent
Taxes in the Revelstoke Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Monday the 3rd Day of November, A.D. 1913, at the hour
of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court House, in the City of Revelstoke, B.C., I shall sell at public
auction the Crown-granted mineral claims hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th Day of June, 1913, and
for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising the said list, if the total amount
due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
OWNER
NAMK  OF  CLAIM
LOT No.
TAXES und
INTEREST
C»STS
TOTAL
John Ross   Corbin and Kennedy No. 2     200
John Ross   Happy Find      202
John Ross  Crystal     203
F. C. Elliot el al  Annie .  1500
F. C. Elliot et al  Labella    '357
F. C. Elliot et al  Hoper   1358
F. C. Elliot et al  Dorothy   1339
F. C. Elliot, et al  Rwl Fox —  i:'60
F. C. Elliot et al  Home Fraction      1501
F. C. Elliot et al  Maple Leal   ir>"'-
F. C. Elliot et al  Oak Leaf   1503
F. C. Elliot ct al  Floreaii  Fraction      1591
F. C. Elliot ct al  Lanark   1-jy-
F. C. Elliot ct al  Lanark (a)   1592
F. C. Elliot et al  Sutton   -001
F. C. Elliot et al  Eu*** Lanark Fraction   -777
F. C. Elliot et al  Blue J«y   -7Tl*
F. C. Elliot et al  Warwick Fraction 2776
F. C. Elliot ot al  Clyde Fraction  2778
Ferguson Mines Limited  Black Diamond  „ ,,.• 5680
Ferguson Mines Limited  Silver Bow   ">*>78
E. A.  Hillman  ^Horseshoe   5343
Geo. D.  Scott  Sunset   1370
H. Floyd   rowstr   1505
Fraser  nnd  Bourne    rrome-tora  >••• 3788
Mt. Sicker & B.C. Mining Co Algoma   55'JS
Ferguson  Mines  Limited    Little Phil    1733
J. Abrahamson  Morning Slur    4574
A. and F. H. Bourne  White Quail    1377
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Spokane  ,  1360
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Maggie May   -137
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Maggie  May  No.  2    2112  ,
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Interloper Fraction   -'143
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Ruby  Fraction    2114  ,
Lardeau Valley Mines Limit.-d  Glengunnock     3S79  ,
Lard-Jau Valley Min s Limited  John L  5898  .
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Mareyen  Fraction    3399  .
Lardeau Valley Mines Limited  Liza Fruolion 	
V. McCarty  Arabian  	
F. M:Carty  Victoria IV	
F.  McCarty  Belcher 	
K. McCarty  Maple Leaf 	
F. McCarty  Fairview  ,, 	
F. McCarty  Mammoth 	
F. McCarty  Shamrock  , ,	
A. E. Rund  Robson 	
A, E, Raud  Emma 	
Beatrice Mines Limited  Edmond	
Boatrire Mines Limited  Beatrice ,,.., ,.,,,,	
Beatrice Mines Llmilod  Folson  ,	
J. A. Cottam  Trapper   4'04
J. A. Cottam  Hunter   44W
C. rill/inn  Kitsup    -W*J
Roach  Agnes   3690
Roach  Whistler   7433
Metropolitan Gold & Silver Mining CoNcw York  ,  5325
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining CoBoston    3:l26
Miuiug CoCbicago  • 5327
Mining CoMontrcal  ••• '• "'328
Mining CoSan Francisco  33211
Mining  CoFairview  3330
Mining CoMetropolitan  Fraction   5331
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining t   Chicago Fraction   3332
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining CoKamloops   4932
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver  Mining CoTriune   3081
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining CoEnierprise   5682
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining OoSilveT Chief   5683
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver Mining OoKamloopa Fraction  B084
Metropolitan GoM ft Silver Mining CoRevi-ngc  5686
B. J. Quinn  L.   II 5123
ll.  J. Quinn  Doubtful    1745
B. J. Quinn  Blue Jay  47-44
n. J. Quinn O.   D  1713
B. J. Quinn  X. Y. Z  4742
11.  J. Quinn  C.    H  1741
Eilw. Haillie Syd. Ltd Sirdar   6171
BMW, Haillie Nyd   Ltd Crescent   0472
Kelw   B&lllle 8yd. Ltd Mammoth  6173
Edw. Haillie Svd. Ltd Empire Fraction  6171
He Roach  Silver Belt  t ,.„ 56°5
.$ 10.85 32.00 $ 11.85
. lO.sj   ...¥2.00  18.85
,. 10.85  ...*2.00 „   18.85
.. 27.50 W.00  29.50
,. 52,80 ., ...S2.00 ,  54.S0
,. r>7.2tl  ...82.00  59.20
,. 57.20 , ...32.00  59.2U
. 57.20 82.00 ,  59.20
,. 22.00 82,00  24.00
.. 24.20 , ...82.00  20.20
.. 30.60 , ...82.00 ,  41.6o
.. 30,60  ...82.00  41.60
, 5'JOO
, 2733
, 2731
, 2730
, 2760
2707
276S
2700
5108
6107
2031
1,386
4587
S,
H.
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Metropolitan Gold ft Silver
Metropolitan GoM ft Silver
Metropolitan GoM ft Silver
Metropolitan Sold & Silver
Metropolitan Gold ft Silver
,     8.80 W.00..
.    41.80 32.00 ,	
.    23.10 32.00	
.     2.20 32.00	
•j.20 ¥2.00	
!   uo!."".!.!!! 32.00 "..!"!!!!!.!!!.!!Z"Z"'.
27.03 , ...32.00 „,
.    40.90...., ¥2.00 j,
,   41.75 ¥2.00 	
.   27.05 ¥2.00	
.    41.75 32.00    	
.   21.85 ¥2.00	
,   57.20 , ...¥2.00	
,   31.30 82.00    33.30
38.50 82.00    4050
20.70 82.00.    31.70
3.60 82.00      7.00
.80 82.00  Q.i
41.73 82.00	
2.40 32.00	
4.00  ...82.00	
14.25 82.00...	
126,75 82.00 ,,.„
I21.UA 82.00	
87.75 82.00	
120.75  ...¥2,00	
39.00   ...82.00	
121.00 82.00	
41.75 82,00	
11.75 32.00	
41.75 ¥2,00 „, 43.75
27.05 82.00  20.05
I'J.20 82.00 4|i  21,20
.82.00  28.15
..*2.00  43.75
    43,73
10.60
43.80
25.10
4.20
33.90
4.20
6.40
29.05
29.05
42.90
43.75
43.75
29.05
43.75
23.85
29.05
59.20
2.80
,   43.75
,     4.40
6.00
,   16.25
128.75
128,75
123.90
89.75
128,75
.41.00
123.90
34.10
37.30
43.75
43.75
20.15	
41.70       	
11.75 82.00.
10.65 82.00.,
43.15 82.00..
I! sn 82.00.,
3305 82.00.,
57.20 82.00..
57.20 82,00.,
6.60 82.00.,
7.05 82.00.,
38,45 82.00..
50,06 82.00..
55,00 82.00,.
♦0,66 ¥-2.11(1..
6,00 82.00..
23.15 32.nn..
22,00 30.00..
20,75	
17.70 82.00	
29.7.5 82.00	
12.05 82.00	
33.SO 82.00	
73.15 82.00	
73.45 82.00	
73.43 82.00...	
25.80 13.00	
41.75  •• > • him < ...92.00	
  42.65
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  43. *--0
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  59.20
  .8.60
  9.65
  40.45
  ,  68.05
  57.01
  42.65
  8.60
  35.15
  24.60
.13.00  31.75
  19.70
.,  31.75
  «  14.05
 -. 35.80
    ,  ,  75.45
  „  75.4*3
  75.45
  27.80
     43.75 PAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 11)13.
f
Sale of Crown-Granted Mineral Claims
DWNER
NAME OF  CLAIM
LOT Nu.
TAXES and
INTEREST
COSTS
TOTAL
Mrs.  C.  Li.   Westfall  , Tom Edward 	
Mrs,  C. G.  Westtall  . Copper Queen	
Mrs. C. G. Westlall  Minnie Fraction 	
Prince  Mining  Compauy    Standard	
Pnucc  Alining  Company    Monitor   -	
Prince  Mining  Company    Commander 	
Prince Mining Compauy   Winueabago  ,	
Prince .Mining Company  Contractor 	
Prince Mining Company   Iron Hill 	
Prince  Mining  Compauy   Denver Fraction 	
Princo Mining Company   BuUo Fraction 	
Princa  Mining  Company    Iron Chest 	
Prince Mining  Company    Black Bear 	
Princo Mining Companj    Criterion 	
Pnncc Mining Company   Iron Hill Fraction 	
Prince  .Milling  Company    ti.  -**>..  L	
l'r.iu■•• Mining Company   Downie Fraction 	
Princa Mining Company  L. X. L, Fraction 	
Prince Mining Company   ll.  X. L. Fraction 	
Prince  Mining  (.ompuuy   Mur thu  Jain' Fraction
Prince  Mining  < ompany    Minto	
E, t.i. Sells  S.  Louis  	
C. Abrahamson and piper  Alice	
J, \v. Chism ei ol  i.   c	
J. W. Chism ei al  Uklali	
Mrs,  E. McDougald  , Gulden Eagle 	
C. it. C'.pp  Pai'ksidc 	
J.   J.  Latta     Cupper  Cliff 	
Luilger Gorro  , Greater New  York 	
Reward Cold & Silver Mining Co A.   K.   Fraction  .,
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Bell  Boy	
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co May  	
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6944
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41,75 , , ...?2.00  18.7*5
41.75 82-00  13-75
41,70 $2.00  43.75
•11.1.15 $2.00  42.15
2x.(K , , ...$2.00  23.60
■11.70 , $2.00  43.76
4.00.'.'. $2.00  6.00
1S.45 *--uu •  20.45
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..$2.00.,
•12.10
38.10
6.25
28.45
21.25
6.80
4.40
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co May  No.   I	
Reward Gold & Silver Mining Co Muy  No.  -   ij.
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Dated at Revelstoke. B. C, October 3rd. 1913.
N. Ro. BROWN,
Collector.
SEE THE
REVELSTOKE
NURSERIES
I OK
CARNATIONS
AND   ROSES
DESIGNS
The Revelstoke Nurseries
PHONE 'th
V,   H. POTTRVFF,
We ■ pal
•  .11  given lo
UNION BARBER SHOP
We •  ■   lll'l
ip in lhe   .
IDEALP00LR00MS
After Six Years Service
to the Revelstoke public we
scarcely need an introduction
JOS. HACK
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Which kind of a culvert
does waggon cross?
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Canada Cement Company Limited
iff. Herald Building, Montr»»l
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Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Changes tendency toward  disease  to
tendency toward health.   No alcohol.
Sold for 60 years.
Ask Your Doctor.
Mado lev ,1.(1. AyorCo.,
M eeni t i-.el, Canada,
RiaaajsiaajBMaiBeiMHaiaiaiaiajajaja
| CAEDS I
cyaiaraiasiai^siiaEJ^
O. B. N.  WILKIE
PROVINCIAL LAND  SURVEYOR
Ofllce: Lawrence Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE, B. 0.
W.  H.  .WALLACE,   M.B.C.3.A.
ARCHITECT
Box 205, Telephone 318. Revelstoke
BURGESS   AND   TAQGART.
Civil Engineers
Dominion and B.  C. Land
Surveyors  nnd  Contractors.
P. O.  Uox 317       Kamloopi, B.O.
Breach  Ollico—Wataon   Realty  Ce.
REVELSTOKE LOYAL ORDER
MOOSE No. 108t
Meete every lint and third Tuesday ln Oddfe.lowa Hall. Viaitlng
brethern cordially Invited to attend.
A. Grant, Dictator.
H. L. Haug, Secretary.
School ot Music, and Oratory, under
Direction ol
PROP. O. O. BROWNELL.
Touching Piano, Organ, Violin, Volee
Culture lor Singing and Speaking,
Coaching Plays and Acting. St.
Francis   Hall, on   McKenzie   Aveaue.
KOOTENAY     LODGE. No.  IS A.  V,
aud A. M.
liegular meetingu are held in MASONIC TKMPLE, Oddfellows' HaU
on tha Third Monday in each month
at S p. in. Visiting brethren ara
cordially welcome.
J. HI HAMILTON. W. M.
A. G. BROOKER, Secretary.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View ramp.  No.  i'ii
Meeta Second    and     Kourth  Wednes
days    in  each  month  tn    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen  art
cordially invited to attend
JAMES  McINTYRB. O.O.
H. W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
SELKIRK     LODGE  IJ,  1. O. O.  V.
Meeta every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Viaitlng
brethren cordially invited.
CHAS. NEWSOME, N.G.
JAS. MATHIE, Sac.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIB.   No. MIL
OF I. O. F.
Meeta ln I. O. O. F. Hall next to
Tapplng'a Opera Hotmo every aecond
and (mirth Monday in month. Viaitlng brethren cordially welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, O. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Sec.
HARVEY,  McCARTER & COMPANY
Ban-inters,  Solicitors, Etc.
—Offices—
Imperial Bank Block, Revelstoke, B.C.
QONCRE TE
culvertd ;irc
neat, safe, need no
repairs, and are
ever-lasting.
LIQUOR LICENSli ACT.
Nolice is hereby givon that on the
20th tlny of Octobei next, application
will lie made to tbo Superintendent oi
Provincial Police Ior the transfer ol the
1 -i- i-n i- tor thc sale ol liiiuor by retail
in nnd upon the premises I imitii as the
Lm.I.n . Hotel, situate at Comaplix,
British Oolttmbia, Irom Adolpho Boil-
r ui in Alliert Edwin Jowittol Comaplix, Bi iti.;|i Columbia.
Datod  this   irth day ol    Soptember,
1013.
Adolphe  li.uli-aii,
Holder ol License,
Albert Edwin Jewitt,
Applicant lor Trannlor.
1st i mn- Sept, 17, 30 days
In the matter of the estate of Arthur
N nl liu'lie, Iuto nl tin- t'iiy of llev-
elitoke, H. c, deceased,
NOTIOB  li hereby given lhat all
persona having any claims or demands against the late Arthur Soot-
borne who died on or aliout tin- l.'lih
dav of April, HUM. nl  Kevelstoke in the
Province of British Oolumbia, are required to send by post, prepaid or to
deliver to tin- undersigned solicitors
for Walter II. Bell, the administrator
of the i'stnti' ofthe saiil deceased,their
iiniiiis and addresses and full particulars in writing of their clalmeand statements of theu accounl and the nature
of the securities, if any, held by them,
ninl that after tlie8rd day of November, 1918, said Walter II. Bell will pre
i il to distribute the assets of tho
■old deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to
tbe claims of wbicb In- slmll then Iiave
innl notice, ami ihat thr said administrator will not in> liable for the laid
assets oi any pari thereof to anv person  of  whose  claim be shall not I Inn
have i. oelvod notioe.
Dated a) Revelatoke, B, 0., this.'ird
dav oi (September, huh,
I l.uu kv. Mi (vii ru A; Pink it Ut,
8oll0itl i    Ioi Waltei II. Brll,
|-tin Iuto but sap ii WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1013.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVEN*
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Free Public Telephones on Each Floor
Rest Room (or the use of the Public on the Second Floor,
New House Furnishing and Carpet
Department on Second Floor.
velstoke's Department Store
C. jj. J4ume Si Co.. limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During This Month
Look at Price Tickets.
SPECIAL SALE
Womens and Cliildren's Warm rail
and Winter Underwear
These are new seasonable poods and the way we
bought them means a hip saving to you. They are
a mixed lot, but with careful choosing you can make
out one or more suits alike.
A Table of Women's and Children's Vests
and Drawers
Wool and union >*oods, high necks and long sleeves
nicely finished.    Ribb cuff and pearl buttons at   	
 3 fot* $1 or each 35'*
A table of the better lines of women's vests and
drawers mostly all-wool articles worth up to $2,00
apiece.   All at our price, each garment  $1.00
A Sew Sweeter Coat for School Girls
New fancv weave in maroon and grev and green and
Just like brother's Roll Collar at $1.90
«"*.>
1IEW ARRIVALS I
rrey.
£ Flennels and Flannelettes
| mi-wool Blanket Cloth
H flew Ladies'Coats
! lew Ladies' and Misses Knit
£     Coats
| Rew Wool Hose
I New Ladies' Skirts
| tew Tea Aprons |
SPECIAL SALE
—.—
Women's Every Day Tweed Skirts
Almost any size in this lot. Good all-wool Tweeds in
greys and browns.    Well made at, each $2.90
Women's All-wool Fine Cashmera Knickers
in all colors.   Very popular and very comfortable at
     $2.90
English Tapestry Cushion-Covers
Good strong-wearing top with a cushion form. It
will help the appearance of any room 18x18 in. square
at each,     :    25c
Tapestry Cushion Covers
with back and cord trim ready to put in the form at
each,         50c
A Clearance of Ribbon Remnants
and bunches of Baby Ribbon for fancy work. All
colors and all lengths.
CLOTHING AND  SHOES DEPARTMENT
E» BOYS' CLOTHING
Every boy knows this Famous brand
and is struck with the smart, snappy*
appearance. Every mother knows
that " LION BRAND" wears longer
than any other. This season's models
are made with full fitting bloomers, neat
double-breasted j coats, and have the
unbreakable shoulder, so well known
in all "Lion Brand" Suits. The new
ones come in nobby tweeds and close
woven worsteds.
Prices,   $5.00  to  $12.00
OVERCOATS!
OVERCOATS! !
We have do hesitation in claiming
that our Bbowing i'i Fall and Winter
coats is far in advance of anything
ever shown in the city, We have a coat
feei every purpose—from the light dress
topper with silk linings ur facings to
the high-class belted ulster lor stormy
weather. Right mew, when our stock is
complete in sizes we wonld enjoy demonstrating t<> you the fact that a finer range
its would be very hard to assemble.
All the new clothes of moss or ulster
fabric as w< 11 as neat black or grey English vicunas, Every overcoat we show
we are prepared to guarantee from the
view point ol style, workmanship and
wearing <|iialiiies. The inside wurk is
.ill HAND TAILORED and our customer* run no risk of broken-down lapels e.r
shoulders. Among the more up-to-the
minute styles we are featuring the belted
back ni'I shawl collai ulstei s.
All our coats are the famous 20th
Century Brand. Let us convince you
that the best c *l is the cheapest,
Prices $ 18 to $35
WOMEN'S SHOES
Our new stock of Fall boots and evening slippers have just come to hand.
They are the product of the J. <T& T.
Bell Factory, and we feel confident
that nothing has ever been shown in
the city to compare with them. All
the new lasts and leathers in both boots
and slippers. The most careful and
fastidious shoe critic would be pleased
with the new ones.
BOOTS FROM $4,50 TO $6.00
SUPPERS FROM $3.00 TO $5.00
1
Owr Grocery and Crockery" Department
PICKLES
How about your Pickling Onions and Cucumbers. We have them fresh every
morning, also green tomatoes, ripe tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower and celery. Best
quality of malt and white wine vinegar.
Special for Friday and Saturday
Post Tavern Specials 15c. per package
Coffee, our special, 3 pounds for $1.00
Tea,      "       "        3 pounds for $1.00
Flower Pots and Butter Crocks
Just arrived—a shipment of Flower Pots, all si/.es. Gel the ones you want before it
is too late.
GOOD SUPPLY OF BUTTER CROCKS JUST IN.
We are unloading to-day a carload of New Baled
Hay.    Order early.
NEW CHINA
Japan China Tea Sets
" "     Cream and Sugar Sets
Fruit Sets   7 pieces
Cups and Saucers from 15c. to 75c. each.
Cocoa Sets, Pot with 6 Cups and saucers
♦
House   Furnishing   Department
Call on us for Beds and Mattresses.   We have them at prices
that will surprise you.
A full line ot Pillows and all-wool Blankets just arrived.
20 per cent discount off all Rugs and Carpet Squares.  They are
full value at the regular price.
We have SOMETHING NEW IN BISCUITS, we want you to come in and sample them. tAGE EIGHT
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1013.
WITH
THE
VERSATILES
EMPRESS     THEATRE
RETURN OF THE FAVORITES
0 NIGHTS STARTING   OPT    OfVi
1 THURSDAY ^^ 1 •   VU1
THURSDAY
F. STUART  WHYTE'S
THE "VERSATILES
J*
Thursday Night, \ New Musical Comedy, "THE CANADIAN EXPRESS."
Friday Night, "UP THE RIVER."
COMPLETE SCENIC PRODUCTIONS Prices 50c and 75c.    Reserved Seats $1.00
Seats On Sale At McDonald's Drug* Store, Phone No 3.
WITH
THE
VERSATILES
VIOLATION
OF SEED
REGULATION
A case of general interest ie. Farmers
and others throughout Uritish Columbia was recently brought under this
when iln- Sylvester Feed Gompuny
of Vi toria. was convicted of selling
Cabbage seel ,,i low vitality without
indicating the percentage of germination ot the same. Under section 10 of
the Dominion Seed Control Art. aU
farm and vegetable seeds wbich germinate lowei Lhan two-thlrda the standard vitality of - "nei Beed for ihat par-
i dar variety, must be labelled with
tin- percent iu-- of germiuaition.
i: i- tin- Intention oi tli,- Dominion
Department .ef Agriculture to strictly
enforce all il»- provisions i>i Hie Seed
Control  Art   eif l'.lll,   aud  anyone hau-
dliniz  els Bhould Bee t<> it  that their
fuf'l complies with ihi- act. Thr Dominion St-i-il Laboratory at Calgary,
Alberta is .,t the service of anyone de-
dirous i,f having need tested for vitality or Weed xeedB. Copies of the ait
anel information as to the- same may
o, obtained from tt..• -ani.- ad-
tir,   -.
crew.   Very -o'>u   i     eami
afresh.
Tom, cried 1 tn■ captain, coil ihat
rope. Tom never moved, Imt stood
. hewing hi-, quid.
Jack, Bill, Harry, said ihe skipper,
jest oblige nn- by taking in the topsail. Noi a man stirred. Tin- wind
bowled mon- and more loudly; the
vessel plunged heavily, through the
wave's. Then the skipper turned to
the pale-faced bishop. who was
wa/tching  the result of the experiment,
My lord, my lord, -aid liu, in a terrified undertone; what am 1 to do? Ii
my nun won't obey me. we must all
go io  thi- bottom.
Well,  said  tho  bishop,  -lowly      and
ti> blow  reluctantly,    under   the eirciimstanoes
—I  think you  may—swear a little.
N'o sooner said lhan done-, a volley
ni eeaths sent .Jai-k, Bill and Hairy
aloft, ami about as quirk as lightning
-ails  were  furled, ropes coiled,  anel ao
M-ain-l   tlie sin  of  pie>-
more warniiiu
faulty were heard during that  voyage
at least.
Skilom
xiickly  stops  couchs,  cures  colds, and   heals
die throat and lungs.        :.-        ::        25 cents.
Union   Hotel
A. P. LEVKSQTJE, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $600
SWEAR
SAID THE
BISHOP
I remember an anecdote of ;l bishop
■\:. who voyag.;DLr across the
■ ,' ael in ..iie- ,,f the tailing boats,
v, much (hocked by the oath eel the
captain, and fr.nn reasoning nnd en-
ti ity um- tie somewhat angry pro-
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ibey
try
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J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a  Specialty
Phone 42   -    Night Phone 85
S. G. ROBBINS
Real Estate
And Insurance  Agent
LETHBRIDGE   COAL
FOR SALE NONE BETTER.
PHONE 60
'Printing
That ..
*Pays . .
Vays you
Your business status is often judged by
the style and quality of your Printing. A
poor circular hasn't half the convincing
and business-bringing power of the better
one. A cheap and common-looking letterhead lowers your credit with the wholesaler.
Vays Ms
You are delighted with MAIL-IIKRALD
Printing for we do our utmost to please
you. We have the staff, stock and equipment to deliver thc goods - so we get your
next order, sure. Then your satisfaction
results in recommendation and so our
business grows.
Hoard        lio mt I ■!■. e   Selwyii'g com
Work Life,    i'ii Countrj Boy," Kmprbss Thkatrh Oct,
The Henry B. Harris Estate Offers
The Nation Wide Comedy Success of New     *
York City Life
The Country Boy
BY  EDOARj SHXWYN
New York.    Tnree months al  Poweri
Theatre Chicago.   Three 1 -Valnut Stroet Theatre Philadelphia.   Four
it i'ark 'i 1 eatre, Boston
The pathetic story of an unsophisticated youth among the environ-
ments ot an overcrowded city: replete with a fund of wit, humor and pathos, admirably blended into a four act comedy, capably
enacted and with a special scenic equipment.
Seat on sale at McDonald Drnj? Store.      Prices. 50. 75. $1. $1.50.
Scene   trom   Etdgai  Bel.wyn'i  Comedy of City   life,
Boy" Hmi-khss Tiii.athi*,   October 13th
'The Countt i WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
THE   MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE NWIat
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Gillette Safety Razor
is ready to give, right from the first trial.
The Gillette is so easy to handle—it works
so naturally around the awkward spots—and it
carries an edge so superlatively keen—that once
you adopt it the troubles of shaving yourself
vanish into thin air. Instead, you find yourself
really enjoying the refreshing five minutes you
spend daily with the Gillette.
You don't need to hunt around for a Gillette. Right in your own home
.v., ,- '.'.Kir Dr.,,-i-;.:A.. jr.-,\,r or Hardware Dealer will gladly show you
a GSIttli assortment. Standard Sais c 7 $5.00—Pocket Editions
$5.00 to $6.00—Combination Sets $6.50 up.
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR  CO. OF  CANADA, LIMITED.
Office and Factory—The New Gillette Building, Montreal.     488
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with  Bath
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS   OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the old.
Q
You're lhc Razor for Mc f" B
'' / never dreamed ihere was a razor made Ihai
could give me so quick and smooth a shave. What
a fool I've been to go without you for so long!"
Thousands of men go through just this
experience, for there's such a wide gap between
the best shave you have ever got with an
ordinary razor, and the velvet shave the
§
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FIFTY-TWO
FALL FAIRS
iN B. C.
Filly-two iaii*s will be held this
yeai* in British Columbia. The farthest west fair will be ia Alberni and
the extreme north fair will be held In
Fort George. Golden will have the
dirt l» i oast fnir and Grand' Forks
will limit the fairs to the south. The
province has be*n divided into six
circuits. The dates for the fairs were
nrrant't-d by th« B.C. Fairs associa -
tion.
First Circuit:—
N. ami S. Saanich—Oct. 3, 4.
Second Circuit:—
New  Westminster—Sepl.  DO-Oct.   4.
Third  Circuit:—
Fourth  Circuit:—
Kelownu—Oct.   1,  2.
Armstrong—Oct.  8,  9.
Penticton—Oct. 27, 28.
Summerland—Oil.   29-31.
Okanagan Valley  Apple Show, Nov-
4 to 7.
Fifth Circuit:—
New Denver—Sopt. 30, Oct. 1.
Arrow Lakes—Oct. 2, 3.
Greenwood—Oct.  7,  8.
Kaslo—Oct.  it, 15.
Sixth Circuit:—
Hulkley   Valley—Between   Sepl.   30 &
Oct.  15.
COMING EVENTS
■•/VltM
Ladies' Tailored Suits to Order
All tli*-1,iirsi colon in MattlMM Cloth - Kaney
Twdtdl, Hlripi-t! .mil ehtoktd Wonttdl.   Over
om bundnd tetott patWnu t<> chooM tnm
IIO I Wm fclfltt.
FANCY COATINGS   T    | Utttl   Neu Vmk
ereatloni Md thf mott up*to*dAU itook In
ll. <'. LftdlM w im ftXpecl luui'h (rom uh, can-
imt i.r dti&ppolnWd -whtn tht] tUkfl their Suit
nr Long Cutaway (nat maile \>\ un,   Wc have
tht/ory bMt dotlgtu from Pari* in charge of
thi,1' department. There in no IUlt or coat too
fancy fnr \U to muke.
CRESSMAN & COMPANY
THE   LEADING    LADIES'    AND   MENS   TAILORS
i
.!4tf5
THE   LARGE   WHITE   LOAF
of creamy snow-white bread you
Ket here will prove a lesson in
bread enjoyment and bread economy. You couldn't bake one like
it for the same money, if at all.
Make us your baker and all your
bread troubles will vanish with
the first loaf you buy.
Hobson's Grocery
Phone 41
Box 734
Oct.  9,   10—The  Versatiles,      at     the
Bmpress theatre.
Oct.  13—"The Country Boy,"  nt   the
Kmpress theatre.
Oct. Ki and 17—The Vurch and Foster
English Comedy  Company,     al the
Empress theatre.
0<t.   JO—Allen  rlayers  lor   one   week
at Empress theatre
Oct.  '27,   28—Edison  Talking  Pictures,
Empress theatre.
Nov.   10—"The  Harrier,"  at  Empress
theatre.
Nov. 17—"What Happened to Mary,"
Empress theatre.
Nov. 19—The Barrier, Empress theatre
Nov. 25—Tho Lnwcenco Brough -io.,
at the Empress theatre.
Dec. 5.—The Lawrence Brough Co., at
the Empress theatre.
Dec. 8—The rink Lady, at the Empress theatre.
Dec. 23—Matheson, Lang and Brit ton,
Empress theatre.
Must You Be Bald?
What have you done to stop your
hair from falling? Have you tried
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic? If not, we
want you to try It at our risk.
If you havo dandruff; if your hair
is falling out aud your scalp ia not
Klazod and shiny, if you use Hexall
"93" Hair Tonic according to dircc-
tions for thirty days, and at the end
of that time you aro not thoroughly
satialied with the results and will tell
us so, we will immediately hand back
your money. We won't ask you to
promise anything. We won't even
question you. Wc will take your
mere word aud return your money.
Doesn't it stand to reason that
Hexall "93" Hair Tonic must be a
mighty good remedy and have given
great satisfaction to our customers if
we endorse it like this? We know of
no similar remedy that is as good. It
is because of what Hexall "93" Hair
Tonic lias done for others that we
back it with our own money.
Why suffer scalp and hair troublo
or be bald, wheu Hexall "93" Hair
Tonic will remove dandruff, make
your scalp comfortable and healthy,
promote liair growth and tend to
prevent baldness — when we will
pay for the treatment should it fail
to please you?
Wc don't obligate you to anything. You simply buy the treatment; use it, and if not pleased,
oome book torn empty-handed—and
we will hand back what you paid us.
Two sines, 50c and S1.00 a bottle.
You can buy Hexall "93" nair Tonio
in this community only at our Btore:
WALTER  BEWS.
Kerelltoke llrltluli Columbin
There ia . Id-mil Storo in ncirly every town
And city In the United Btaten, Cfuiadn antl
(irn.t Britain. Thero is a different llriull
Kemedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
eaoh especially deaigncd for tho particular ill
for whicli it ia recommended.
Tb* Rexall Stores are America's Qresteat
Drug Storea
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>VARE P1-AINLYV•V,
PR1NTEDON THE.
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The Aristocrat of the Kitchen
a device called the Economizer
which not only actually saves
one ton of coal in every six
burned in the ordinary range,
but so regulates the heat in
the oven thatdeliciously dainty
cakes, golden brown biscuits,
and light flaky pastry are sure
results from every baking.
It is a range which elevates
woman from the constant toil
and labor in the kitchen to a
higher level of life. Ite Economizer allows her to go visiting
or shopping and keeps a low
fire ready for her return, when
by simply turning the lever a
hot fire is quickly produced.
Employ the Gurney-Oxford
in your household.
CALL ON US-ASK FOR OUR NEWCATALOGUE,"STOVESand RANGES"
REVELSTOKE    HARDWARE
COMPANY,   LIMITED
After a glimpse into the kitchens of thousands of well
managed homes throughout
Canada, the Gurney-Oxford
Range may truly be spoken of
as the "Aristocrat of the
Kitchen." It is the first range
to-day in Canada both in point
of appearance and cooking
efficiency.
A bright nickel trimming
that never tarnishes, a smooth
polished top that never requires
black lead, this range is to
woman just one beam of gratification.
But besides its handsome
appearance,the Gurney-Oxford
more than fulfils the purpose
every range is built for—successful cooking.   It  contains
€£
^
^
«£
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
IT'S PLEASANT
TO BE SERVED
so promptly and perfectly ns you nre
at this restaurant. And the service is
ouly a foretaste of
THE FINE MEAL YOU WILL ENJOY
It is  laid  that the  way   tn   a   man's
heart is through his stomach.   Wears
sure to reach yours if you'll drop in
and trv our bill of fare. If perfect victuals, ' perfectly cooked anil perfectly
served, will gain your friendship, we
are absolutely Mire of yours.
WINDSOR   CAFE
A. (». Thiakison Manager.
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
J.   ALBERT     ST03STE PROP. PAt E TEN.
I  =
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1913.
■»•»■»•».■».■»».•»■«.»•».»■»-*'«
LOCAL and GENERAL
M iyov Kilpatrick
ie.! -.v.
is expected   home
Geo. Williams ol Notoh Hill, is     in
t   wu today.
Mike Grady, the St. Leon hotel man
i- . ■   town.
A Li,
■   Ll
M Coy
city.
nt Cordova, Alaska,   la'
H   Roo    ind K. Gibbons ot Vancou-
ire in the eity.
1.  i rordon of Banfl and W.J
<: Fi -1 ■!. me- in town.
Wilson
Re
and  Mi     A.S.  McOlatchin
a, ore en ihe oity,
ot
ti
Shaw ui Galena Baj  is I ran ■
business here tmluy.
Brown ol Three Valley
■i  i   in    business.
i.s here
3. Smith ol Van ouvei,
■ a a   ihorl  business trip.
is here to
J.H. Vestrup of Nakusp, was a pas-
i-n_-    on Monday's .south train.
li. Morgan and sister of
Kam-
lo©]      were visiting in town thi
- week
E H.  Bloyle ol  Nelson,  1- hei
•    to-
i i      He i an be found  at    the
Kin;
1      .      Iei.
J. Thompson, G. Land, and T.
Town
send, all  nf Robson, came in on
Mon-
day -   Mouth train.
Blanche Williamson, Oharllo Davis, A.
Granstrom,
Bonior Third, Div, tV,—Florence Mac
donald, Wong Slug, 1). Smythe, Doris
Cartwright, Estella Shuttlewood,
Those deserving honorable menl ion .—
Irene Morgan, Mary IVU, Kathleen
Sutherland, Robert Gordon, Muriel
Southworth, Florence Bourne,
Senior Second, Div. V. —Dorothy
Bunnell, Ernest Bradshaw, Wentwotth
Smytho, Anne's Cressman, Arthur Nesd
ham, Ghriaena Owens, Those deserv ■
ing honorable mention are.—Hugh McRae, Jean Bell, George Williamson, ■'■■
Trimble, Triffle Leigh, Evadoliffe, Willi.- Jamieson aud Doris Seigfried.
Div. VI.. Junior Kirst and Second—
Stewart Burridge,    Walter Oressmau,
Tom Dochard, Alfred Abrahamson. Alfred Bourne,  Alllster     McRae, Cathie
Dochard.
Firsl   Reader   Al    Harris, Gladys
Madden, Tuny Coueffln, Florence Ham
ilton, Gordon Blaekwell, Rog, tlppei*,
Honorable mention:—Bridgman Tayloi
\iiliur Tnylor,  Jimmio  Samson
The primary lists are omitted owing
li i i he absence ol the- regular teach ir
ATTHE EMPRESS
There will  lie- several first-class  at
tractions  at   this  popular  play   house
during the next few    weeks.   Theatre-
i r will do well ie, keep their eye
on these colums where the theatrical
news will he found.
F.P. Wats'on of Vancouvei   and John
Burns of Nelson, nre in the city, guests
at   * ee- King Edward hotel.
.1 aman of Alberni anel J.
Mae 0f Winnipeg, are here this mid-
*we  . on business trips.
J Robertson ni Vancouver, is am-;
ong thosi from the west to stop od.
at 1     •     oke this week.
feminine. His attempts to force upon
her some idea ol business ami houso -
hold linaiuv are amusing in. the ox -
Heine-. Driven to desperation by the
toil he has brought about herself the
wife makes a mad effort to get free,
only lobe discovered facing*, tho worst
accusation that can be brought against a wife. Then follows the scene in
tho bed-chamber, when tho husband
brings together the two whom he suspects. This is one of those "lug;" soe-
ties which make a play, aud accounts
largely for the success of "The Spendthrift" in New York.
Apart from the sophisticated satire
,if ihe main Story there isa more joy-
ous comedy elemont in the love story
ol a younger couple, who catch the score! of true contentment in tbe nick of
time, and afford a refreshing picture
,,f love running smoothly.
Mis Verna Felton and the Allen
I'l.cvei- will present "The Spendthrift"
as the opening bill of their engagement ut the Empress theatre, commencing Oct. 20th, wiih a change ol
play each night.
Are Actors Conceited ?
Mr. Harry Hoyland, the dashing
light comediau eif tho "Versatiles" can
uoi he called coneeitod, No. lie merely
i.ikes a friendly interest in himself, as1
lhe following  siory  proves:
The company were amusing themselves ou a long train jump, recently, by
telling their ideas of happiness. My
idea, said Mr. Hovland, is to Hit in
an easy chair in front of a cheery lire
in my bungalow een tlio coast, smoking
a rich havana cigar, the gift of an admirer, and listing to glowing press no
licesof my own brilliant achievements
read in soft limpid (ones by an angel
who adored me.
"The "Versatiles" will be at the Em
Monday, Oct.   ISth.   The play is     an  press theatre on Thursday and Friday
unusual om-in many respects and Irom  Oct. 9th anil loth.
Brst  to Inst is     thoroughly entertain-	
ing.
MALAKWA NEWS
was
Win -
Mar -
Van
On Thursday evening n dance
given ni the hall, by Mrs. F.X,
tomberg in honor of Mra. A.R.
shall and MisH F. Shabino, of
couver.
The hull was beautifully decorated
with evorgreons for tho occasion, and
ii delightful supper was served at the
tables ul 12 o'clock. One of the pleasant features ofthe evening was the
'moonlight supper waltz. The guests
were unanimous in their oompliments
to the hostess, declaring it the most
thoroughly enjoyable- and orderly
dance ever bet I in Malakwa.
Mrs, A. R. Marshall anel two little
daughters, Dorothy and Florence, and
Miss I''. Shabino of Vancouver, arrived from the cast on No. il for a visit
al  the bouse ol F.X, Wltotemberg.
SOCIAL dnd PERSONAL
Kennedy  will  not  receive
i-ond  Saturday  iu  Novem-
cties  for the  I'rcsbyteriun chur.-h       0>r
Canada from    Montreal to  Vancouver
Mrs.   Needham  spoke for an  hour  uni
a half telling of the rapid growth   of
we,men's  home mission societies,    because the     need for   them was great,
Sho  told of the work  being done      in
each of the provinces, cadi having its
own particular need:   the  foreigners coming in hy tens of  thousands tn    llle
Mr. Greenwood of Sixth street,   left  prairie provinces;  the Mormons so inter  ihe coast on Friday on important   siduoUBly  working  in  Southern  Alhcr-
business. t*;*; l've lumbermen away from religious
and home influences in U.t'.; also   tho
Mrs. W.A.  Sturdy entertained at din. W()I.k necessary among the liulians and
r.er on  Saturday evening for Dr.  and .orientals.   The task  of keeping    pace
Mrs. Primrose. I with    all    these tremendous problems
all but hopeless.   The speakei
Mrs.   J.P
until the Ef
her.
"The Country Boy1'
Tie. Henry B. Harris Estate's production ot Edgar Selwyn's comedy in
four ae-ts, "The Country Boy,'' will he
the atiraction atthe Empress theatre,
Jams, Pickles!
Thanksgiving time is approaching,
and overy one's honrt is atuno with a
song of thanksgiving, lor it ought  to
be) for   the   many   blessings   that      arc
poured out on all sides. The best proof of our gratitude is to help someone less fortunately situated. A splen
did opportunity Is given all by the lad
ies of the Hospital Guild who purpose
holding a jam and pickle shower on
Saturday afternoon, October eighteen,
Afternoon tea will be served to which
all are cordially invited, Of your ah -
uiidaiiee give a little to help stock the
larder of this most worthy institution.
Mr. Lane ol the Hank of Commerce,
who has hecn east for n six weeks' vacation,  returned  on  Sunday.
Mrs. Laing entertained a lew ladies
lo a very pleasant hour with work and
tea on Monday afternoon.
lir. ami  Mrs. Primrose left  on Mon
day   morning   for      Nelson,     beginning
thoir return Journey lo the old country
Mr. Sam Laughton of Arrowhoad,
has     taken up residence em McKenzie
avenue, n.-xi door to Mayor Kilpatrick
with
seems
called eloquently
upon the Christian
women of Canada to rise to their opportunities and privileges, saying that
the hope for tho future lay iu the pru
si'nl  aotivity of missions.
BUSINESS
LOCALS
Mrs.  .lack Herchomer ol
who Bpent  last  week with
Hopgood,   returned
Mr. S.C Robbins and little Qeorge
returned     Monday from     Vancouver
where   ihey   had   spent tt   wee-k   visaing
Tin- VersatlleB will be hen- Thursday
Kamloops,   ,„,| Friday, Oot. '.t and 10, bettor than
Mrs.      >'•'ever, the greatest show travelling thru
ome on Baturday secure your seals now a Macdonald's
I drug  store.   Curtain 8:46 sharp,   Em
press theatre, prioes     'ust right, 50c,
7.V and .$1.00.
Mrs. E, Davis
lasi Wednesday
for s prolonged
Ontario.
and little daughter left
on the midnight train
visit   to   relatives      in
R. Hannan of Bind,
•many mountain visitors
Re-.   !-t .ke  thh
i- among tin-
to stop off at
lil-week.
.V Robert Tupping has return-
fro:., a month's trip through the Okanagan  and Kamloops districts.
The play Is -aiil to be somewhat out
of the ordinary from the fact that it
-how- thnl success is not necessarily
to he found In ihe city. Mr. 3elwyn's
hero,  a Country     boy.   goe-s  to      New
The Versatiles
rr3raEfsra^afaarsR^c^iaafaMsrajaiBia
SALES and WANTS 1
10c lint* Minimum 25c.   Gash in Advance l|
HiaMiajsEiaEiaiaiajajaaEiaajajajaiaiiJi
Mr. F. Sniari Whyie's Knglish com-1 i(lJi{ IMMK1HATK SALE—City Lot,
ediaii- .ml comediennes, the "Venfat 50x100-. Price S125. Apply Revel
iles,"  lhat .lever mu ual comedy    or-^    8lo|i0 General Agencies.
ganizatlon thai   delighted local  theatre	
goers bo much last season,  will     ro -   WANTED—A     Servant   Girl for light
•Mrs. Needham, homo missionary organizer, was the guest of Mrs. Steven
son for a day, leaving for Nelson this
morning.
Mrs.   Probyn,  having  disposed of   all
her house-hold effects, left on the noon
train Sunday to live at her old home
in Ontario.
The W.C.T.I . hold, th.-ir first regular meeting of the season on Friday af
ternoon ai ihe home of Mrs. Dickie on
Third street,  west.
P..W.   McCarty  "f Toronto,  was    an
a: :■.' Sunday's eai Ij  we I   bound.
Ha      >a | '   the King E Iward.
II  -    Wheatley  and O.K. Blood,    oi
Gla n ••  lown  11 e mount ii   yes-
Tliey arc at   the King B Iward
iway of Lon Ion, I mtari  ,
am mg thi of
■   King Edward
v ill        of Ot taw and
tt of Spei    * • int.,
ol  Mi   an i Mrs. E.H.S, M
-
,  i .bio. an
nd M.B   . 'at
i lie fai
•• , ■•    thi
e yes-
■n i other
turn to the  Empress theatre on    Oct.
'.•th and 10th,     presenting their latest
u ce        Tho  i 'ana-linn   Exprei B '   "I'p
iho Ri er "
Th.- Versat II     beai  the eviable reputation of hetn-j  tlie cleverest     musical
omed) organization that ever appear-
in  Revolstoke,  and  tho     announe-
theii  return tins -.-1   ,n will be
relcome ne*«    to all.
Thi  company has been enlarged   and
igmen I he r 1913-11 tour. -
id       rery  important city  between
I   Halifax.
•nic prodlic-
manj    . illiant
wanl;
W0RKLESS
WORKMEN
IN JAPAN
house     keeping.
Fifth  street.
Apply to No.  41,
TO RENT—Single or Double, furnace-
heated rooms. Apply next door to
Mail Herald.
■   ol  Ai
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ri              ti
u
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and
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FOR QUICK BALE—Stool in trade.-
Sliiall   (loud-  Mu ic   Busin.--s. Ho. ■
hold effects,  Furniture, etc.    Gurney
Oxford heater, also i ook range,   al
most  new. all in good condition. —
[further particulars and inspection at
liiugham'- Music Store, McKen . ■ av
eniie,   Phone -0*2.
WANTED — Dressmaker, competent,
wishes sewing by the flay. Apply JT
Filth s'treet.
FOR SALE—A 24 foot Motor Launch
Seven H.P., Fairbanks engine, with
reverse. Will sell reasonable. Apply
to F.N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B.C.
LENT—One  single room   with private family, at reasonable rate, cen-
Ap-ily  to Box '.ill.
Mr,  Gordon,   principal    of
Selkirk
chool,  h i-   taken  t ho  house
formerly
. ccupiod by Mr,  Ed,  Edward
- on  See-
end  Btreet,  we.« 1. and  moi et
in    la-t
week.
i
1 uiii alright, so would you be, if
you   had your  left      sido cut   off,    why
don't   yoll  have both sides all  right by
getting  your clothes  from  Cressman
the  Tailor.
The bill sides aro turning yellow and
red.   ihut     means   it'n  high time    you
laid  in your winter's coal, Coursier's
Phone is  II.
At the Trueman Studio, all portraits are high grade and guaranteed.
—A. Douglas Tounaer.
! The Trueman Studio is the house
for high class finish for amateur work
all  prints with white borders.
Revelstoke's.home of art—Tho True-
man Studio. Call and soo us, when
discussilg   portraits.   Priees   to     suit
To Nighl
Troasure,"
Thm   lay,
Miss Muriel  Fleetham has been   en-  three part.
..   -las stenographer in ihe Imperial  Friday, "I
. Star Theatre— "Morgan's
a great story of adventure-,
"Beauty and tho Beast," ii
. from Grime's Fairy Tales;
n the Eagles Claw," in     3
Hank.   Miss     Marjorie- Fleetham is in pails,  universal  weekly;  Saturdnj and
Victoria -it present taking ,. course in matinee, "Quo Vadis" in three parts
shorthand au.l typewriting, —Star theatre.
Mi-s Parker sang  "('  Divine  Ueeleem- Hello Cressman.  how  are  you'*  SOW
er" a verj lovely soprano   olo, in the sew,   we are  always   stitching  away.—
Mc lm lisi  church on Sunday evening, four clothes already, bring the money
M:s   Parkei  ha    Intelj  come herefrom with  vou—Cressman  Ladies' and Men
Bristol, Bng.,  to teach music. Tailor.
Mr.  Harcourt,  formerly  of the      Im- GALT    10AL  Is  handled  esclu
perial Hank stall oi this  ,ity who was m  Uevelstoke ly  tho  Revelstoke Gen-
transferred    i vl n„ three weel    ago erol Agencies, Ltd.
is    now     transferred again from that [( wMi(.s „.„,.,, Wh^ yQU could lmu]
",v   **' '■■■'■-'■»■>'.  wherc h" commences yoUroWn r0;l, :lliy oU1 time.   Butnow
'|l">   thla weck* I is the  best   time   to      have  real   hoi
' Mr. George Hay and wife have been haul >'°" Coursier's Coal.
visiting for the past week with     Mr. Thfly    Sfty sil. v.al.er Haleigh     wu
il tj          ter, Mr-. Neil  Ilo- ,    Mr Hay ^ .  ,„M ma„   ,,.,,, |)(   ;oHmol.e.  _
b .     old his home ln Kelowna. on account e.f lhc closing down there oi ihe
toba. co I ictoi -.-. and 1 ,-r e    todai   for
,TO LET—I have a nice Furnished
House to i'-t, on Third street, West.
s,.W. Connolly, at G.W. Bells  Store
. i
*.
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POR    SALE—Four   Milch Cows,     in
-, animals i an be inspected and   icrniM  obtained from  Charles
ns'rom,     across Columbia  Uiver
dd Town,  Revelstoke
h   . Employment o\
■■ .    11   good   ■•■ "
to Smythe's Employment Ol
•    '! toke,  B.C.
OTRAL
SCHOOL
HONOR ROLL
■
Rem
Appl;,     to
irefully
II i-el     I a
I,   irons
-   i.
I
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Th-   -.   : ii    .:. Bach els
in oi lei   i merii
Div    .     Mari   i La
reD   , Mabel Simmond , Hii	
Ha       Ha
1 deserving  honorabh
Glen      Urquhai Ma
Whitaker, Sophie I'm'., (Doris Mc-
i.a • '■ toria Jolifle), Annie Mi -
Leat ' '      ' "' 'u
Entrance Class, Div. [I.—Oscar Lundell, Pearl eltnii Corson, Bella     '*   tudy ol  married life.   It i
Laughton,  Agnes  McGiven. Those laring .in il    treatn   n
serving    honorable      mention  are     V      .,,,, | thereby  Iho power of
Dunn, Andrew Pattei on, Rufu   Stone,   ,   ,   ittention
Mr
see
i   I   iln el. bi-
The Allen Players
Hi   I..,
om
■
Ide Di mond
e h   od ::- Bios   im
.    p   ii
*
' ■
inoh,     with
: nail wa
D       , i'lng   .,r   by pel
'■ ■    ii raid,  Ri   im loke, li C
Irwin Clough, Frank Patterson, Irene
Donaldson, Willie Smith, Hveretl Baton.
Junior Fourth, Div. III.—Lyda Morgan. Vmy i hot Mi Ha".
Gertie Field, Donoh  Leigh, Ada  Bur-
rid,        Tl li lorvlng honorable men-
it'to-a —Stella Lidy,  C'assle   MeKinnon,
-ill I 111 iim l
Iii   certain that
Intorest will  have no chance  <o    Hag
from beginning to end
"Richard   Ward'  i    n   bu Ines
■   w.ill    ireel    The opening ol     the
..I ■ him upon the   ei -- of banl*
i upti v   brought   aboul in   an  effort    t.e,
satisfy the extravnganl   ta les ol    Ms
wife,  an  exotic  creature  bcwilderingly
■ .il    be
ill inch land
r    menl   -I   tl
Uv I
HENRI   BBBON  vt.i
Pro li ■.
n I ,] Secretary's I Ifflce
"Mi September,  1913.
I  I. iss.  Oct.   A, 2t.
BIF^THS
HOBSON     At    Uevelstok-.   II     0
;.      !6th    I'M.t,  -o Ml     ml
Mi      \    Hobson,   i   I
\i c vnvki.i.   \i RamV op . B
Thursday, Oi t    Ind, imi. ... Mi   md
Mi    D   i   M.ilannell, a son.
coal he n i  learnt cet.
. Ont.,
in tuture.
where tln-v     wil
AA,
Hnl you get  -.ours this week ? If not,
Lt.-t.it next.    What?  Coursier's  Smoke-
, less Coal
A: the monthly meeting of the Polit-
i. il Equality League, in-i I last Monday .-veiling in the city hall, it was ,i,.
• ..let to hold frequent parlor meetings
- .ut thc town during the com
ing winter, Paper
discussion Invited
pi in iples of the i'.i*'. I,,  may   become
.;   widely known.
The crop i.s harvested
-oon be hurd to got aud
scarce. Now Is ihe time
N. Coursior's.
md cars will
coal wall be
to  ordei   H.
Under the leader ihip oi   Mr. U.    H.
Sawyi r,   i choi u   of pii kod voii • s be
gan rehearsal   in the Methodist church
T ii day ■  .-ini.    on Ihe . annua  "Th
Tbe  nr :   ora tice    was
.     fui, ili.   ii,.i e   being loun I
bt e bl    n I   tho  i- nnl-    purklln-j   with
light     ■ o.i,' eb     \  rehear al     will bu
.   i   omlay evenin
Mi     i . Imi    .-  ...ho po Be .-•    a well
. nu-.--ii   opl rn.. i oice .et  bi a in
an.- a    letting   oi   "Nearer
•I ■■  God i     i i.ee" on Sun lay evening
in SI. John'   . hurch,   Dr. Primro e de
b Idi      on the   * Se ottl b
intel i"   wuh   plendid and Bei j
ling ■ be   lo est attention
audicn o from tirst to last.
A   stylishly  dressed  young lady wu
will bo read   and  arredtedlast week for accosting i pie
in order that  ibe on the street,  be was quickly released
and complimented when   1 (plained
that   she was   telling how   good   ('■■
man's tailored made clothes lit her,
Sen 1 ail the children to see "Beauty
oil  the- Beast'' iii  the     Star theatre
Thursday, and **t ju.. \ adl " foi  Bat
in lay .ml matinee, 2:30 p.m., thi
yet.—Star thenir.-
Winter will soon be here. How aro
you lix-H ior c0al '* Coursier's is the-
Best.   It h Smokeless.
Remember Saturday
.ill.—Star   theatre.
matin.''    ,
See  .,ur      Heating   Stoves—Bo-t   and
heapest In town.    Prices from 12   *.
£22.—Revelstoke Hardware Co.
BIG EDDY
SCHOOL
REPORT
Following is th>- report of nig Ivddy
At a   111' "I .11     ol  lhc  I,a.Ii.-s*   A id with
the i' Hi   ol thi   Methodist churi I.   on
Monday  nigl »ran ements     wer..
argi       ol tment
o1   and ■ - getable ■ and u ing these
io de   i       • ne church on Thanksglv-
n lay, Ocl   l'.'tle.   tm the Tues
the J B.C '  will
lurnish 0 program, the Indie- will iup  school ior the month of September;
ient  .     and  the vegetables  Xumber of dnys    20
will be auctioned    ol! to   ths highest Total attendance  3D2
Pupils in attendan-e   21
tine of ibe mot  itirrlno  appeals lor        	
.    . , , ,   \ is-itors     8
..in  n   '   home   nn    mn«   evei   delivered
in 'li- city,  was Miven  yesterday after- The following pupils made the high-
noon bj   Mr     Needham before the Wo esl   grades  in their   respective classes*:
men's Mi   ionary So--u-ty in St. Johns Charlie Barrett  si'.-ond reader;     Rolf
hurcb. Mrs   Needham, who wa- f.erm- Carlson, l=t reader;     Jenny .lohnson
.rly   principal   ot  tltiawa  Ladies'   col-        Ond   primer.      .Inhnv  llareett.    first
inizei of mi primer; and Lyda Brill, receiving class

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