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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation nnd
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $60.
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
6" Mail-Hepald
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
I'KINTERS AND PUBLISHERS    I
Vol. 16 - No. 61
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUS
1910
$2.50 Per Year
TWO BITS
What Can 25 Cents Buy ?
Well Here Are a Few Things
That We Are Selling
For That Price
A Safety Razor, Shaving Cream,
Shaving Brush, Nail Hammer, Plane,
Screw Driver, Hatchet, Pocket Knives
•Butcher Knives, Bread Knives, Preserve Kettles, Enamelled Saucepans, Pudding Pans, Wash Basins,
Trays, Sink Strainers, Cash Boxes,
Lunch Boxes, Spirit Stoves and Kettle, Wire Dish Covers, Mirrors,
Fancy Vases, Nut Cracks, Knife
Sharpeners, a great variety of Padlocks.
Something You Need
Every Day
INVEST II DOLLAR AND GIT 2 DOLLARS WORTH
See Our  Big Window
for BIG BARGAINS
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfice   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized -      -      $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5.575,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -      5,330,000.00
Reserve        -      - -                5,530,000.00
Brunches or Alerts at all principal points in.Oan.ulii.
Agents in Qreat Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Ohic«no—-First National Bunk, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank. San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokune—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from dale of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Now Is The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGGS AND FISH
where you know they are kept cool and
at the right temperature Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.   BURNS   &   Co.
Limited.
Summer Goods
AT COST
Mrs. A. G. Crick
TWO DOORS EAST OF EDISON THEATRE
A FATAL LEAP
Suicide Committed off the Columbia Bridge
Hilly NIcIhiIh, wlio lias been a roal-
ili'iit. nt Has iiiy (rn- many years, lust
[ PRINCESS MAV FOUNDERS
Strikes Rock in Darkness-No
Fatalities
•I ftU,  AliiHku,  Aii|.. (J,    'I'liii ('nun
iliini  BtOQtnslllp,  PrtncOBB  May,  which
Mr. DowncHB, the onginoor nf Smith,
Kerry uiul I'liuuc,  had HOOll  tlu'in and
approved ol them, only ono oiTt of
tho throe had oompliod wiih tho
terms ol tho tonder, namely hy endorsing a marked o'hequo. Tlio council felt that Mr. Hhwiii'hh bIioiiIiI have
been prosont at the mooting in   boo
tho tendon,
Tho now pluns hail novor been distils lllo mi Wednesday night by jump-1cussed by the oounoll, uaid Aid, Mc-'lott Skagway, Alaska, south bound
Iiik oil tho new Columbia tannic Kinnon, and tho oounoll soemod own- fur Vanoouvor at '.i o'oloek last night
[bridge into tho river, timh action led, body and soul, by Bmlth, Kerry with oighty pasBongors and a crew ot
wiib evidently suicidal, and tho body and Ohase. The council agreed that sixty-eight, Htruck tho north reef ut
alter striking the water never re- the actions "I Mr, Bownoss wiih very | Sentinel Inland at, l o'oloek this
appeared, it. seems that NlcholH pocultar and that be bad not at
innl boon round   the   Victoria hotel  tended to the   work or the     clty'H
as  usual  that  evening    where he was interests ns  woll   ua  he shniild.
employod as a genoral porter,       Ho had never met the council to
was not ml.In-led  to drink as a rule, over matters.       Much dlBSatlstaCtlon 'gago  were  taken  to  the   llilil  Iioiibii
but    when    taking a few drinks      lio at  lho  way   things  wore  (jnlni;    was   on Sentinel bland, whence they    will
gonerally   became   melancholy    and expressed, and it wiib Dually decided   be brought to Junoau tonight     by
hysterical,       On    WodnOBday shortly   that nothing could  ho done with tho   Ktonmcrn   which   have  gone  to    their
after  eight   in   tho    OVontng,     he   lolt   tenders Until   Mr.   Bownoss seen   Ihem   relief.      The  IIkIi!   keopor  did      every
morning    in   dark, but   not loggy
woather, and in a smooth Boa,   and
Ho   tilled  with  wator.
talk |    All the passengers and     their lug-
thc  hotel      nnd    walkod  up  lo       tho      The  accounts  iih   follow
bridge, passing on tho way old mini sod:
Mackic ami    another man,      A few Qonoral 	
works were spiiken as they  met, und   Water and lli;ht
Nichols  went on  beyond      the    Iiiiii 'Debenture  T.
s were pus- thing In his    power to make
castaways comfortable,
...J 4,700.05 j   None of the paBSongors or
...    1,122,15   wero  injured.     The members i
the
8,526.00   crew  who
here say  that
crew
if      the
the
span    aud    deliberately climbed    up 'Debenture K     7,654.77   steamship  will  be a total  loss,    the
over  the  Iiiiii  railings of  the  bridge j Debenture ll  «,G47.62   bottom  boing  turn  open  ho  that    it
nnd    leapt over    into  the swift, current  bolow.
It Is conclusive that thiB action
wns suicidal and premeditated, as
Nieli. ils  seems   to   have  chosen       tho
spot for his death.    The Provincial
cun.■■inbio on receipt of the news
tnndc a thorough search of the river
nnd bunks ns far as the Tumwiitn,
but no trace ol the body wns seen,
for the Columbia rarely gives up its
dead.
The deceased was well known here,
having been in the district Ior many
years, his parents living in Eastern
Canada. Just    prior to  the  fatal
jump lie had upiiearcd to bo in good
spirits and nothing unusuul wus noticed about him, and there seems little doubt but that the deceased wont
to his death while temporarily insane.
Strange Disappearance
A mystery is surrounding tho disappearance of Prank Johnston, who
was employed as a draughtsman iu
the otlice of Vi. King, the architect,
in the Cowan block, Johnston is a
widely travelled and well educated
man and has been some time in Mr.
King's otlice, his work being of the
best. On Saturday lie received his
pay as usual and on Monduy morning he was seen by W. A. Foote near
the liowmnn Lumber Company's mill
heading for the south track. Up till
now no trace of the missing man has
been seen. Johnston was a quiet
man in his habits and it is not supposed that he hns been the victim
of any foul play.
T!w pollen authorities at Arrow-
bead have been notified to keep a
look out Ior tho man.
CITY CLUNCIL
The regular meeting of the city
council was held last night, Aid.
Trimble and  McCarty  being absent.
Matters regarding H. Needham's
request for water and light at his
house at Clearview.
The Kev. O, A. i'rocunier's request
(or a road to reach his ranch, saying that the old pipe line could be
UBed. Crossing at Mr. Lidy's new
house.—Relerred to their respectlvo
committees.
On request of Sergt. Garner, representing P Co., B.M.R., Ior a donation Ior the annual Labor Day shoot
the council agreed to give $25 towards the prize list.
In connection with eastern and
western section of the sewerage sy.
stem, T. V. Sinclair stated that ho
could furnish a bond. Aid. MeKinnon was agreeable as long as tbe
bund wns not returned to him before
he finished the job.
A request from Fire Brigade No. 1
ifor 500 feet o[ new hose, couplings
'and extra nozzle was referred to tho
iFire, Water and Light committee.
| A letter was received from Firo
Brigade No, 2 submitting samples of
hose. Their recommendations wero
accepted and the new hose will bo
purchased
Aid. Cowan, of the Fire, Water and
Light committee, reported recommending that 250 watt tungBtcn
street lights be placed near tho
yucens hotel und Oriental hotel, also
a 32 c.p. lamp at Dlock 100, — The
report was adopted.
Aid. MeKinnon urged that a plumbing  inspector  be  appointed  at  once.
Thc Public Works committee
Should have brought in their report,
but Aid. McCarty wua absent and
nothing had been done
Dad connection lind boon made in
many places and sewage was soaking
all over the ground, and something
Bhould be done to stop it. It waa
a pity that tho committee could not
get busy and mnke their report. The
mntter will be taken up nt a special
;meeting ol thc health committee.
I TenderB for the new power houso
jwcre opened, but the council found
tkey could not deal with them until
will be Impossible to rnlse tbo
vessel. Captain McLood, and a
number of tho crew will stand by
tho ship The approach to Sentinel
Hock at the southern end of Lynn
ne of the most perilous,
water iu Alusku. The
walls of the canal are precipitous
and the water way deep nnd in many
placos narrow.
Sentinel Islnnil is jugged ruck,
about 250 ynrds long nnd with long,
toothlike reefs projecting nt tho
north nnd south ends.
BOARD OF TRADE
Lind legktry Oitice Question ;££,:;
Revived
The regular meeting of the Doard
ol Trade was held on Thursday night
with Vice President A. J. McDonell
in the chair, and W. I). Armstrong
acting secretary.
OLKAU1NU LHTTHR BOXES
The postal authorities wrote stut.
ing that the matter ol clearing the
letter boxes at the stutioii for truins
1 uud 2 would bo attended to as requested by tho Hoard. In regacd
to a mail clerk on the south run,
tbe distance to Arrowhead wub too
short to be of any use. The board
agreed that thc south run was intended to menu from Hevclstoko to
Nelson, and tho secretary was instructed to notify tho authorities to
this efiect, also to request that a
letter box for south train points bo
put iu at the station.
ADVERTISING  8CHBMB8
The Canadian  Manufacturers Asso-
CiatlOD   wrote  asking  thc  bourd
purchase  advertising  apace   in    their   (nt0 th„     matter     on  tho following
COURT OF REVISION
Reductions on all Lower Town
Assessment
Tlie Court of Revision for tho
Assessment of 1010, wus held on
Wednesday night. Tlie court consisted of tlie Muyor nnd Aid. Tremble, Cowan, Abrahamson, and MeKinnon. A large number ot complaints were deult with und some
niljustinents mude. A general cry
cumc up from ward three of over
t°   assessment on land, and after going
new bulletin.     This wns referred
tho city couucili
to
w
of advertising    in the daily  bulletin
of tho General Methodist Conference,
to be held nt Vancouver shortly.    A
night, it wns resolved     that a      reduction ol twenty per cent, be mado
Dews     brought up the question   m,on  the assessed  value  of all    lots
on Front street Irom King street to
Victoria Road. Also upon the villa
lots three to twelve within tho city
large number ol delegates from all limits and west of the C.l'.H. track
parts of Canada would be present, jn wolj three. Also n ten per cent,
and if Uevelstoke wns advertised In reduction on James and John streets
the columns of the dally conference I1()m WaIcs street beIow the bini
bulletin much good might he derived. wcat of Wales street to Victoria
It was decided to refer the matter Roali aml the real. of the blocks 30
to thc Mountaineering Club.
MINERAL EXHIBIT.
B. W. Bmmens, of Trout Lake,
wrote stating that he would not at*
llie Fall Fair
and 31 on Victoria Road. Also a
liftecn per cent, reduction on Douglas street Irom Wales street to Victoria Road; also on lots 1,2,3 and 4
tend  the  Spokane  Interstate       Fair   in  block Bix,  Front street. Also
with a mineral exhibit, but would on George street from below the hill
exhibit at the Vancouver Fair in- west ol Wales Btrcet to Victoria Rd.
stead, and would be pleased to hand
le nny mineral exhibit that Revelstoke might send down. The board
decided that they would not exhibit.
BETTER RELATIONSHIP
The United Farmers Association
wrote asking thnt delegntcs bo sent
[rom the board to attend thc Con-
Icrence at Vancouver during the fair
The object of the conference waB to
bring about free Interchange of commodities between tbe two western
provinces, better freight rates, uniform hay inspection and all matters
of Importance to both B. O, and
Alberta. No action was taken.
LAND REGISTRY OFFICE.
J. D. Blbbald
Registry Office question, pointing out
thnt nothing hnd been done nnd al.
though the government hnd promised that they would go into the matter, no doflnlee result had btien
brought about. Delays nt the
Nelson oflice were far wurse thiin be-
A very enthusiastic meeting of the
Agricultural Society was held last
night. The varioiiB working committees reported progress, and the
secretary will bo able to have the
prize list and programmo books in
tho hands of the printers by Monday
A good line of attractions will bo
provided as well as horse racing and
aeroplane exhibition Bights. A large
number of exhibits are anticipated,
and the fair promises to bo the best
yet. Special attention is being paid
to the track, grounds and grand
revived  the Land   8tanu
The  following  aro  the   ladies  committees appointed  by  the  executive:
Fancy  Work—Mrs. Q.  S.  MeCarter,
chairman, Miss McCartor, Mtb.     D.
Foote, Mrs.  S. Needhum,  Mrs.  J.  L,
Stark, Mrs.  J. T. Teller.
Fine    Arts -Mrs     .1.    D.    Blbbald,
lore,    nnd     there  wns  quite  enough   chftlrmani Mla. A. H.  Allen, Mrs.  B.
enough  work   to  keep  n  looal    o(1ico   R    lnixMllcy.i   Mrs.   II,   N.   Coursler,
going. The mutter will bo forcibly
brought before Mr. Taylor's notice,
urging thnt something bo done.
Gun Club Shoot
The  following  is the wcekiy shoot,
26  birds for medals:
Lawrence   17
Devine  's
McDonell  16
Sturdy  23
Sturdy wins in class A and      De-
Vine in class B.
For Hunters trophy, 50 birds:
Lawrence,   lliyds 28
Devine, Ifi yds 32
Sturdy, 20 yds 48
McDonell, 1!) yds 46
Sturdy     wins    first    and  McDonell
second.
Moving Pictures tonight.
Moving Pictures lo nighU
Moving l'ictuiei tonight.
Mrs.  E.  A.  Haggen.
I Bread and I'reBorves—Mre. M. Pettipiece, chairman, Mrs. E. M. Clay,
Mrs. J. M. Kollie, Mrs. F. W. Laing,
I Mrs. C. A. Procunler, Mts. J. White.
Police Court
Hefore J. H. Jackson.
Svernl  cases  of  drunk  and  disorderly were disposed of thiB week     at
the city     police court by more     or I
less heavy ilncB.
I Three Italians were clinrgcil with
Stealing wood from the C. P.R. Two
of the cases were withdrawn, whilo
tho     third pleaded guilty and      was
' lined tho costs of thc court.
| Two men were brought up yesterday on a serious churge and committed lor trial, Tbey left for
Kamloops yesterday ln custody ol
Sergt. Sturdy and Constable Clclaud
Fishing
Tackle
Summer  days awaken
enthusiasm  in  the  Fisher-
Jt ,.n ',) ^\       man.     If   in  looking over
/* your fishing equipment you
'" find the need of new arti
cles   you   should  hoar us in mind  for we carry   a   very
complete assortment
Hunters' and Campers' Supplies, Tents
Pac/c Straps, Camp Stoves, Axes, Hunting
Knives, Compasses, Rifles, Shotguns, Am'
munition, etc.
SI1KUWIN-W1LLIAMS' PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
CROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Men's Summer Suits
Under the  Price  Axe
Kvery l-'iiii,-v Summer Suit in the Sture is
reduced iu pi i.e. This means more than it
would in some phres because of the style,
distinctive, sud good tailor work on every
suit.
Min who have always had their clothes custom
made, and who are particular, arc tbe ones
who most appreciate our suits. Por they get
the same or better lit and Btyte without any
trouble and a great ileal lower price.
$20 Su ts at $15   $23 Suits at $17.50   $25 Snits at $20
$27 Suits at $21   $28 Suits at $22,00   $30 Suits at $24
McHjie Mercantile Co.
Limited
Slicing off steak;
Is   our   daily   duty, also trimming juicy
roasts,   tender  lamb and   corn   fed   pork.
Our   Choice   Meats
selected with skill, sanitary surroundings
and just right prices, should get your trade
dune in, it only to look around.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management
HALCVON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Wn. Boyd, Proprietor
The    Greatest    Health    Resort    on    the    Continent
Natural Hot Water in Baths
Open All the  Year.   Natural  Hot  Water
121 Decrees of Heat
Rates from $12.00 to $15.00 Pep Week
Ice Cream * Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT
Moving Fioturei to-night.
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COAL
Owing lo inoronFe by Bankhead Mines In the price of coal
commencing September Ut, nil customers wishing coal delivered
during the month of August will receive it ut tlie same price as
heretofore, Prices after September 1st and until further notice
are as fui lows :
Broken   furnace   $10.25
Egg Coal       - $10.25
Stove Coal      -      $10.25
Nut Coal      - $ 9.00
Briquettes      -      $ 8.25
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
Rl \l.   ESTATK,   LIFE,   KIRK   AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCK
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AK\ l*.'i, .'hi ART! tt
A.Mi PINKHAM,
B&fo     mining    inve i moni
Bought   in  preli'i'i'iii'i'  tu i
.-.ui   ol  imrclinsc,    nml
ha    many valid claims ti
tin* public notice
in  boing
ny       oi Ini
Rovolstoke
prosonl   to
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nil!lU'H108  ASH THRin  WORK
No  donlit,    snys  lho    Nowa  AiIvit
i: ioi, there is much to bo ileairod  In
connection    with church     work   and
,*i .. -i i i. ,1    not lull;'      Is   to        In'
I'.'niu :  by confi  hi tin    ol  Failure Unit. Bontatlon     t" thi
Al'lLUAM l. HHlliua ar(J no(  Justl|*„„,      A   ..,.,..,,       many   ,luC8tion Bhould b
pooplo .In iii'i ;■" to church, Many carried through,
ioi* in,i I'liu nl i (led with what ;
they lii'iu*. nml sunn- who nre satis
flod may mi reel Ive tho bonoflt that
the Borvlco wns Intended to rondor.
But theso nro nol now developments
or Bpocial sieiis uf tho particular
i lUUhltl S-Miut tlm(J ,,   |8 !„,,!„,,. f,„. christians
' r...ja....    t nsldci     where tho church      bus
[alien Bhorl, bui it. would bo no mistake   1"  ii'i'ii'iiizi'  tbe  fuel     lli.it     tho
church  Is a  groat and  actlvi
Increasing power in tho land.
Wo are ol the same opinion,    and
Mountain  Vicv, Camp, No. 210 '    '      thai      pooplo      lietore
1 ud I Wod .-a,.)-!■*  they    commence    running everything
(lown, should look to themselves im.l
Bee if it  is not their own shortcom-
thai  an* causing trouble.
Barri let
bolii    ii.
B .   Hot for:—
IHJ   I ANAIUA.N  liANK OF OOMMKBCB,
lin*. Uolbons Bank, 1-.u ■
FIRST ST.,   •   REVELS'l'OKK, Od
kOBERl .-Ml LU
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Provincial Laud Surveyor,
Mining Sui \ * v"i
Engii • ii**:
McKKJtzia AVKNUK,
Box U'i, Rkvklstokr
c.  w. o   w.
moni's as itiranco lasl yeur t hal    ad
just inenl liml boon made In i citify
tlio trouble and it Is to ho bopod
ilml tin* Board uf Trado will once
moro pul   tho     unit ter      before      our
 iiin*i Mi. Taylor In a Blrong liuin
urging that somothing bo dono al
nun'. Thcro is no question but
ilml   there  is quite enough  work      to
Leei' n land registry ollloo ben' busy
nil tho time, nml with further repre-
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SOUND    ADVICE.
Thc Wlnnlpog Free Press says
rollowa of the ll. ('. fruit exhibits at  6ood
tin- Winnipeg Exhibition:
"Uritish Columbia is woll to
the front with its magnificent dis
play of fruit, tho Pacific province
being wide awako to tho great possibilities nf fruit culture. It is easily
seen trom the specimens shown thnt
great strides have been taken by
the fruit growers ol Uritish Columbin during the last few years in the
Belectlon of     variettou and  in      the
VALI'lO uh'  SCI 1,    I.IKK.
'i'lie results of tho recent high
school examinations as far as tho
Uovolstokc centro ts concorned can
not but alTord cause (or tlio brail
lost congratulations both to tho
pupils thomsolves as well ns to tho
local teaching stall, who out of 24
candidates sent up for examination,
mul passed all but nne. This excellent
Bhowlng on tho pun of uur local
scholars Is mainly due to zealous
nml faithful work by tho pupils them
selves, who havo studied hard and
honestly, determined to show what
slull they aro made of, uud to tho
maintenance of a high standard of
efllcloncy by the teachers of the
high school.
Revelstoke hns Invariably mado u
showing   at   these   exams
nnd
this time her reputation bus once
mor,' been mndo, The education of
our boys and girls is one of the
principal things In their life's career
mnl is an Important factor In litting
ibem to take up the burden of the
Natl.ui and carrying out their part
ol the development of tbo Empire,
Nn stone should bo left unturned to
give tlu'in tho iicst nnd most practical training tn every branch of the
R SS - N.O.
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Old Range Lodge, K. of"r7   ''xa""""     ,1"'  s,al"1  clo8oly  wlthou1
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B. C.     '"'i'"-'    Impressed     with  the advai	
,    i"'"1'' '" """ department.     The,,, is
an increasing demand for fruit; every
year the prairie provinces are      ab-
n.'   mn 11 r  quant it les    nnd    tin*
Old    Country    will    always    re re
i applies.
"With these facts in view, British
Columbia Is carrying oul a sound
business policy in attending careful-
lj to the selection of those vnrii I le
ol fruit which have passe,! the besl
and also hy Improving the
grading and packing foi long dis
; tanco shipment."
wiuld's work, and the man; valuable lessons learned     during      their
BCl I   day:-   will   pave   tlie   way     for
the Bterner and moro Btrenuous side
ol llle. Pupils ns well us tegchors
alike are t<> bo congratulated on
their success winch means much for
I', velstoke,
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T.   P,
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Board  of    Trade    ha       done
«I -ly In thai  they have rei ii i
matter of the establishment     of     a
Land  Registry Office  in    Revel I
s  one  i>f  the   must   Important
things  that   Revelstoke   needs       nnd
:lt1i    the matter was      bi
up Inst yenr before the Premier, whn
■.■.I  that   thi     Vttoi i.i y i *
irei ■      '.  nothing
■     li me, and local pi >ple   ar,'
still  . lys tn   this
tion that  hns always *
work of the registry office
at    Kelson,       Conditions    bow    are
than they were
in splti i *       cial    ovei
©feanaoan Colleoe
SummcrlanD, 36.C.
COURSES   FOR    IDIO   11
I'roparatoi      ! I liool    Pwo
Veai -   I'nivci   ■       Busim   s,   in-
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CERTIFICATE OF  REGISTRATION
OF   AN   QXTRA PRO\ INCIAL
COMPANY.
Oompauloa Aot, Canada,  Province of
British  Columbia.
No. Ill,  1810.
j I HEREBY CERTIFY that tho
"Empire Lumber Company" an ffl-J
u.i Provincial Company, has this
day been registered as a Company
under the "CompanloB Act" to carry
out or elToct ail or any ol tho ob
jets of tho Company to winch thi
•legislative authority ol tho Loglala-
Itlll'O of   British  Columbia extends.
The head ofllco ol thc Company Is
situate nt  lliu*   in  tlio County    ol
Boadle,     in the    State     ol   South
i Dakota,
The head offli ( tho Company In
this Province Is slttiato at Rovol
stoko, and Goorgo Siniih McCartor,
llarristcr at. law, whose address Is
Rovolstoke, aforesaid, Is tho attorn
cy for the Company.
The amount of thc capital of the
Company ia Five Million dollars,
ilh i.lt-il    Into    Piftj   il sand sharos
j of cue hundred dollars oaeh, The
time of the exlstonco of tho Company Is twenty live years rrom tho
lllth dny of  Mny.  A.   D„   1910.
The Company Is limited,
GIVEN   under  my   hand  and   Boal    "I
iiiiice    ut.    Victoria,     Provlnco  ol
j   Uritish  Columbin,  this  Eighth  day
of .Inly, one thousand nine hundred
\    and  ten.
,1. P, McLEOD,
Acting Registrar of Joint.
Stock Companies.
| The objects tor which this company
has boon established are:—
To act as iiiiiii. iiinii, saw mill
liu in u.iui.i.iipaiii i'liu si'i.u.iil'i.id
and any of its branches; to liny nml
Bell all kinds ol timber, tlmbor lands
lues and Ulinbor; to buy, soil and
manufacture all kinds of lumber nnd
wood work; to maintain and oporato
lumber yards und ill al 111 all hut
chandise usually Bold In such yards;
to buy, Bell, lensi' or mortgage all
kinds of real ostato; to buy, Bell,
build, '*'iuip, operate and construct
private railways, highways, roads,
canals, sluices, Humes, waterways
nnd streams, oithor belonging to the
Company or to others, (or tho Company's use, und io accept charters
for the operation of same, and to
charge tolls for services rendered to
others in the operation of same;
cither      to  buy,  sell,   luiilil  or      con-
Btruet tu^s, steamships, Bteam lines
ami sailing vessols, und to operate
the same; to engage in nny und all
kinds of manutacturlng, either ol
lumber or general wood work, and
fur that purpose to buy, own, build,
erect, construct and operate saw
mills and other wood working mills;
to engage in logging and the towing
of Ions euber for itself or for others
in make, execute nnd except nny contracts, leases, licenses, concessions,
grants, privileges, or charters, to
assign nny of the foregoing or nny
contracts relating to tho foregoing
objects, and to reci Ive and give in
in in* nt tl bond       or
..tin r securities of     this      or     any
other corporation,  or  property      "f
.  kind what-, ever; to i *
stores for
. * *      md ...n1    •      in
to   OWn,   Ileal. !  sell any kind of     personal
*    ' v;   to   OWn,   and   Vntc   -harrs ol
ital    tock, and  that      of
to vote any
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unlet'■ re the pay
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Wash Day Ain't Drudgery to Me
I use good soap.
If the water ain't hot it don't mak*'
no difference. The kind I use
ain't scared o' cold water.
NO  NAPTHY   SMF:.LL   NEITHER
Don't take my word for it--try it
your own self.
WHITE SWAN SOAP
world, with power to secure rogls
tradon or license from nny governmenl i" do business In nny jurlsdic
Hon, us tho Board of Directors mny
iic'iii tu he in the advantage of the
corporation. lw -Iw.
Gertifloate of Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise,  Welch anil Adeliun  (fi'iie-
ioiial) Mineral Claim, situaie in the
front Lake Mining Division ol' West
ICootonay District.
Wlii'ic located: On Surpilse Creek,
North fork of Lni'do river.
TAKE NOTICE that I, 0, 11. N.
Wllkle, acting ua agent for William
\. l.'ooti', I'ree Miner's Certificate
Vuiiilii'i' I! I8-IH0 nml David Morgan,
it'.M.C, Number H iiiiiiiii, Intond, sixty
lays l'i<iiii ilalf hereof, lo applv to the
Milling  lteeoiili'i'   I'or  ii, (Vilillealo   of
Improvements, for tho purpose oi
ililiilnlng a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
Ami I'm I lun hike md in* Hint notion,
under Section 87, must be commenced
'nd i ii i' ibe issuanco of smh Certificate
if Improvements.
D.ucii this 23id day of June, A, D.,
min,
t). I!. N.  W1I.KIK,
Troul Lake, ll. 0.
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Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Testier of Voice, Piano M Orp
I'upils prepared for Toronto Conservatory
..( .Music.
Local Kxniiiiuiitions,
Studio:   Second Street
THE RRVBLSTOKB
NKVV  AND
Second Hid Store
Wc Buy, Sell or Exchange
all kinds of Household
Goods.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR MENS CAST-OFF
CLOTHIc.G
Bush Fire Permits
Settlers on Dominion Lands can get
p limits ai the I'rovincial Police. office,
Revelstoke, or any ofthe Provincial Fire
Wardens, provide! tbey comply with
Sections 5 Hiitl 6 of Chapter S4, Itusl.
Pires Act.
J.  K. McLBAN,
Divisional Warden,
CEMENT IlCCKS
Mntiafacturtd for all cin<i»«* of  btiHdiugs
GEMOT ANO LIME FOR SALE
\!R£ CLAY AHD FIRE BRICKS
for^siie iu Ihtko or smbU quentiti«i
i st ♦'-• lovtst l rir«, for ■
All irin'i-1 of bnlMtDff and plastering
i odan alttDi
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing;, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
- WORK    SHOP
Oonnaugtt Ave.   •   Revelstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
Life.   Accident and   Fire
Insurance,
Citv and Siilmrlian Lots.
Residences,
Full particu'ars upon ap-
I'li'Mtion.
W. B. Robertson
PHONE 78
To Trappers
Riw Purs Bought
Oash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter nf Fur«
QR. GORDON (.. HEWITT,
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Yours Soapily,
ANN  NONYMOUS.
ILSON'S
Fly Pads
iri lhe '.nly tiling lhat will rid your
i( ihrsc ilnngerout posts.
THE    MOLSONS    bANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - •    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohcs.     Intercut allowed at highest current rato.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parr Is Promptly Collected and Delivered
l    gage ("ransferred and General Draying
i urniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
1
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Fhono   27G REVELSTOKE,   B.C. Night Call 71
• amstntxsm. wunr.'a ob wmxrsrzmt «■
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Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Tuits, Size 22 $3 50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2 50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 CO to 4.75 for 2 and 2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3 50 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 26 3 50 to 4.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50 for    2
12 3-piece Suits, 2; to 35, $5 and $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
iciunni
FIT-REFORM CLOT IING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements have recently been completed under which  the  branches
of this Bonk are *bit? to Issue Drafts on the principal points
in lhe following countries:
AustriA-HuofrafT    FinUnd
Belgium
Brazil
Rulgarta
Ceylon
China
Crete
Dei) mart
Faroe Islands
Formosa
Frame
fr'ch Cochu»-Chiiii
Germany
Gir»t lid-in
Grr«_e
Holland
lcelaai
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Java
Manchuria
Mexico
Norway
Persia
Phillipine Inlands
Roumania
Russia
Servia
Stain
South Africa
Straits Settli
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indies
and elsewher*
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NO   DELA"   ttt   t«SUIN«. 7ULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATIOH
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN,    MGR.
You   Likk   Music
Here is Your Opportunity!
Edison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all  kinds oi' finest quality.
Sole Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds  of Instruments  tuned and repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call at the music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of the goods.
J. 1 J IN OH AM, Mcii.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. ■*.
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SATURDAY, AUC1, i.TH,  loin.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
P»ge S
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Actual comparison of
Eastern C
atalogue ]
rices, freigh
added, with
howson'
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PRICES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total    H
owson's Price delivered     1
Kitchen Chairs         50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
"          "
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet      $6.75
1501b.
\pUiOO
$10.72
ii         ii
$9.60
Dining Table           10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
ii          i,
14.40
Dining Chairs           88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
ti         ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand    8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii          ii
13.00
        1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
ti          I,
14.00
Bed                        3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii         ii
5.20
Bed                        5.3!)
681b.
1.59
6.94
ii          ii
■ 7.2C)
Dominion Spring      2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii         ii
4.00
Child's Cot              5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
ii          ii
7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
ii          ii
16.50
We make mir |irulit by nl
Ipping in cur
ond  lots, 1
liereby savii
r fr< iglit rates
liring
oataloguo giving description
nf i
tln-r goods
imt  Bpeci
iii'd in this
isl to mu- More
nnd wo
will prove mir statements.
Remember we
deliver goods und set
vii> free from 1
reakage.
R.   HOWSON
&
CO.
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lEVELSTOKE
, 15. C.
e.
Fruit Undo leap RevelsM
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
divided into small blocks to suit purchasers
EASY   TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables—no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and Improved.    First-Clans in every respect.    All modern convenience'
Large Sample Koorus.
Rates, $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
■J.   ALBEBT     STOIsTB      PEOP.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    H.  C.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
All kinds
Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Tliinl St.  nnd Rnlwnn Avenue
Advertise in the Mail-Herald
UNION HOTEL
ARBOWHKAD, It. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
mm   anil   tourists.     Kirst-cliiss   sample
rooms. Finest scenery in Itritisli Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. .Prop
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenu
Fruit, Candies, Cigars,Toliacco.
Menlp36 centH.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
I
SEsaHrr
's easy to grow plants in
a 5
Pure .Warm
Sunshine Air
it.tAU
it
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PEOFLE living in homes heated wit
ordinary furnaces often claim thei,
cannot grow plants with any degree
of success, This is due to the fact that ordinary furnaces are not provided with an
Automatic lias Damper, There is nothing
to prevent coal-gas, which is deadly to plant
life, being forced up through thc registers.
Now, when the gas In tlio combustion ohambor
of  tho  Sunshino  road
u
lerlaln   pressuro   tt
y-   sways <'/vii tho Automatic Gas Damper nnd passes
/f^      ttf' the chimney, consequently there is no ohance
tm- ll  to oscnpe through tho registers.    Instead, the nlr thnt
passes  through   the  registers  Is   puro,   warm,  Sunshine  nlr,
l,ni.*n with iln* proper degroo of molsturo from the water-pan.
rt's the Uin.I of uiv thnl inukes plants thrive and Is good to brohth into
your own lungB,
If you "uni I,, guard vour home (and who doesn't?) against evil
smelling ndly  , I  gas  order
furnace (giiai-cii/crd) In y • cello
igont   to  insiiiii  tho  Bu'nsWno
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MSClarys >^
FOR SALE BY BOURNE BROS., REVELSTOKE
LONDON
Tl 'II. INTO
CALOART
WINNIPEG
HAMILTON
MONTREAL
VANCOUVER
ST. JOHN, N.B.
VANC!
EXHIBITION
Horse, Cattle, Dog nml
Poultry Show
Agriculture ami Machinery Kx-
hihits, Trotting and Pacing Kveuts
Aug. 15th to Aug. lh
(iuclusive)
Tuesday, Aug 16tb will be
Cauada home Day when Sir Wilfred Laurier will dedicate the
Vancouver Exhibition Grounds
nml Buildings to the use of the
people forever.
A great  reception  will be tendered Sir Wilfrid Laurier.
It will be a real home day.
Bands of Music
Decorated Streets
Special rates on all railways and
steamboats from all points.
JAMES  ROY
Manager,
Vancouver, I!.C.
Mining Report
Electric Shocks
| The value of the mineral pro- If a person is not killed by an el-
ducts of Uritish Columbia for the ectric shock he will receive no per-
yenr 1909, as contained in the report mancnt injuries from his experience,
of the minister of mines just issued, as there are no after effects. This
amounts to $24,443,025, which, while statement is made on the authority
it is less than that of IHOii nnd 1007, of Dr. J. E. McGownn, who is the
is  considerably  greater  than  that  of surgeon  of thc    Commonwealth  Edi
son company nnd the Chicago Telephone company. Dr. McC.owan recommends that any of the following
solutions he applied to burns produced hy the electrical discharge:—
Oil, solution of soda, boracic acid, a
mixture of linseed oil and lime
water. It is seldom that a man is
killed hy less than 500 volts, though
Dr. McGownn did come across a
case in which 3G0 volts was sufficient
to kill a mam Low-voltage shocks
700,259; copper, 46,597,245 pounds, are usually accompanied hy hysteria
value, $5,918,512; coal, 2,006,476 '*'ns and a nervous condition, which, how-
value $7,022,Iiiii,, coke, 258,703 tons, ever, is not permanent, as unscrupu-
value, $1,552,218; other materials, Ions lawyers would have one Devalue, $1,000,000. Ilieve.
j The production of the minerals In |
the  several    mining    districts      and
any  previous yenr.
The tonnage of ore mined in the
province during the year 1909 exclusive of coal was 2,057,713 tons,
n decrease from tlie preceding year
of 25,893 or 1.24  percent
The quantities and value of the
mineral products for 1909 is given
as follows: Hold, placer, $477,000;
gold b,de, 288,224 >z., value $4,924,-
090 Bllver, 2,532,742, value, $1,239,-
270;  lend. 22,396,346  Ilis.,   .'nine,    $1,-
New Monoplane Record
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kin U neatly  carried  oi
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on any class
of work.
Front     Str     et.
WATER NOTICE
Notice is Hereby Givbn that an
application will lie made undei- Part
V, of the "Water Act, 1IKM," to obtain
ii licence in the Kevelstoke Division of
West Kootenay District,
(a) Tin- name, address and occupation of the applicant. The Corporation'
oi the Oity of Revelstoke, a municipal
corporation under the laws of British
Columbia.
i If for ruining purposes) Free Miner's
Oertiflcate No.—
(li) The name of tho lake, stream or
source (if unnamed, the description is)
A Btream How ing oif Mount Kevelstoke in n valley in a southerly
direction and emptying Into the lllecillewaet river, ti point nlwinl half fl
mile wesl of Urci'ly Creek Bridge
(ei The p dnt of diversion nt a
point ubout 2.5IHI feel above sea level on
snid si ream.
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (tn cubic feel per second) ten cubic
feet per second
(e) The character of the proposed
works in and 1- Inch pipe line to
connect with Bridge Creek,
(fl The premises on whioh the water
is to bo used (describe wiine). Tbe
Oorporation of the Oity of Revelstoke,
igl The purposos for which the water
is to be used. General municipal purposes.
(b) If for irrigation describe the lund
ini ended lo lie Irrigated, giving acreage.
li) If the water is to be used for
power or mining purposes, describe
the place where ibe water is to be returned tosome natural ohanne1, nml
the difference  In   altitude   between
point of diversion and point of return.
(j) Area of Crown land   intended to
be occupied by the proposed  works—
about 12 acres.
(k) This notice wns posted on the
llilli day of July, 1910.
and application will be made to lhe
Commissioner on   the   16th   day  of
August,;illlll.
(1) Give the Dame and address of any
divisions  is  segregated  as  follows:—
Cariboo district $247,000,  Cassiar (lis Blackpotl   Mng.,  Aug.  5,-Chavese,
trict    $224,498,    East  Kootenay  dis- tht,  Frenco  BViatori  Uying yesterdav
trict  24,766,215,   Wcet  Kootenay  dis- for the wor,d.g recor(, for altitude in
tsict $5,169,749, Lillooct district $16,- a Blcriot monopIane at  tho       Black.
676,  Yale district    297,728,256,      and pool aviation     meet_     attatned      a
Coast    district    including   Nanaimo, 'hcight  given  officially  as  5405    feet.
Alberni,  Clayoquet,  Victoria $6,280,- waiter Brookins, the American avia-
631, tor, soared 6175 feet in a }i»?bt     at
Atlantic     City,    July 9, 1910,      and
nparian proprietors  or licensees who: . _
or-whose Ui are likely to be affected Tlck' 10 a tu«ht at Brll£SCls. "<"*»*
by the proposed  works,  either above ,5570  feet,  but these  figures are    not
official.     Chavese's mark constitutes
a world's record for monoplanes.
or below the outlet,
I. Huner, F. Marino, J. E. Smith,
W. Crawford, balance Government
land.
(il) The boundaries and area of the
municipality are as follows:
All that piece and pareel of  land
situate, lying, and being in  Kootenay ] Vancouver
district,  in  the  Province of   British
Columbia, bounded us follows.—
Commencing at a point where the
southerly limit of the  Canadian   Pa-  bition  to be held  there August  15th
Attractions for Vancouver Fair
During  the  last  two    weeks       the
Exhibition     Association
.has   awarded      numerous  amusement
1 concessions  for  the  Vancouver  Exhi-
to 20th. This list, winch includes a
program of free vaudeville acts, a
topsy-turvy table, dancing girls and
other of the latest and best devices
for  entertainment,    makes  it  a sure
care
A Curious Claim
cific Ruihvay,.right-of-way intersects
the Columbia river; thence following
the left bank of the Columbia river-
down stream to the point where the
easterly limit of Ford street intersects
the Columbia river; thence northerly
along the east  side of Ford  street to "TV      II'T"17'"',"',. 371"  "„,"
the centre of Third street; thence east- tWl1* that the fair W1" amply
erly along  the centre  line of   Third |for tins feature,
street to its intersection wiih the west
line of Rnkeby avenue; thence southerly along  the  west  line of  Rbkeby
avenue   to its intersection with the
northerly    limit    of Fourth   Btreet)     Unless the signs fail it may not be
thence along  llie   northerly  limit  of I ,   , .,
Fourth street to the easterly limit oflman>" *eata 1,efore tbe >,reBt'ee and
Boyle avenue; thence southerly along power of the Uritish navy as a pre-
t he easterlylimit of  Boyle avenue to servative of Candian boundary rights
Its    intersection  with   sixth  street) wUj agaln ,,„     t t0 the test.     Th8
ihenee   easterly along the iiortborlv  ,. ..,,.,
limit of Sixth street to its Intersection  United States is setting up a claim
with the westerly limit of Connhught that  Hudson's Hay is an ocean      in
avenue; thence   southerly along  the which all nations have ciual rights,
western side of Connaught avenue to whllo ,, ad    contcnds that it is a
ils   intersection   with the   northerly!
limit of Kight. Btreetj thence easterly b"-v  alul a national  possession      of
along  the    northerly  limit    of   l-'.iglil   the   II.minion.—Saturday   Sunset.
street   to  the   westerly limit, of the
right-of way of the Arrowhead branch
of the   Canadian    Pacific    Railway;
thence  the  same course  fm*   seven
hundred (Timi feet to the easterly limit
ofthe proposed townsite)  thence al
light angles  willi   Eighth street  to a
New Accession Oath
I,ond.,11,
declaration
Aug.
bill
5.— Tlio    accession
striking out    tbe
poini eiglii hundred feet (800) north of phrases    offensive   to Roman    Cath-
ibe northerly limit of tbe Canadian
Pacific Rail way main line right-of-way
thence in a westerly direction and
parallel to the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way lo llle bulk of the
Columbia liver; thence down siieam
lo lbe poinl of beginning, and contain*
ing live hundred and iiinetyllve (683) yes"rd"*>*
acres more 01 less.
(r) Approximately   tin
inhabitants is 1,'itKj.
(s) The place of the  proposed  resor- assent today
voir     for storing—the     present   city [
reservoir.
(t) The means by  which it is pro
poseil to store Ilie water—Tank.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
olics 111 tho declaration made by tho
King after accession and substituting merely the words "1 am a faithful protestant," wns passed by tho
House nf Lords on Its third reading
No changes were made
in tho form as adopted hy the House
number  Of |Of Commons.
The  measure  was  given  tho  Royal
Jy.lU-lm
Expenditures     totalling  $17,000,000
|aro being    made     thit year by the
Public  Works Department at Ottawa
OF REVELSTOKE, Ib4lng half as much again as      last
BRUCE A. LAWSON,     year'     HlverB and harbors are   tho
Cily Clerk, principal items, Page 4
TtiE MAIL-HERALD  KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
SATURDAY, AUG, 6TH, 1010.
Nugget Mine Sold
Seattle, Aug. j.—The acquisition
ot thc Nugget gold mine ol Nelson,
B, C, by the Guggenhelms became
known In Seattle financial circles
late today when the lirst  payment on
285, shares ol stock in    the mine,
which is more than a majority, was
made by Mr, Guggenheim today. The
payment was [or $25,000 and was
made to A. II. Gracoy, president ol
the company, Mr. Gracoy came
down Irom Nelson and completed the
deal  with Gdggcnholm,
The Nugget is one ol the most
valuable mines In tho Sheep Creek
• i let in British Columbia, and
it is reported thc Guggenhelms nre
to float a jin.inn'.unu company and
buy up all the claims In that district
It   Is   i.i..In   i I     that the option
price .ui lhc 285,000 shares on which
the lirst payment of $25,Olio was
made today was on the basis of $3.50
per share. Guggenheim admits that
when all negotiations tor othor pro
perties on Sheep Creek were closed
up they were prepared to spend from
$30(i,iHin to n half million dollars for
a mill in that district and to increase the output, of thc Nugget
mine to Iuu tons daily.
This is the first lii.: pn.perty acquired by the Guggenhoims in Uritish
Columbia.
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke
FOR SALE
Oity property in arrears for taxef
up to Mat Heel, llHis, will be sold al
I'ublic Auction at llie Oity Hall al 2
o'clock p.m. un Saturday, Sept. Brd
proximo.
BRUCE A- LAWSON,
Jy •_».! lm Collector.
Dominion  Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
The date for the coining into force
of the new regulations lias been
changed.   A new date will be sel later.
I'ntil furl her notice n>> entries to be
granted In the New Westminster dis-
tricl and east of Range IH, west of
Sixt li meridian Inclusive.
P. (
Noted Lecturer Coming
The   |..*..pie of   Itevelstoke   will  short
ly have the privilege of hearing Herbert S. Blgelow, .if Cinclnatl, a lecturer under thc management of tho
Henry George Association of Chicago
Mr. Bigelow, alter graduating from
college, became, with his wife, a res
ldent of the slums. Thej didn't
play at living there. They lived
there, not only did they make themselves neighbors of tho slum people,
but they accepted the slum people
as their neighbors. Out of these
expci icnecs, In actual contact with
the Bufferings ..f the people together
with a cli.se study ol thc principles
of political economy, Mr. Bigelow
has formed sonic strong convictions
on  the social  questions ol  Lho day.
When lb.n. Tom I.. Johnson was
endeavoring to compel the railway
corporations of Ohio to pay their
full .-han- of the taxi-.-, under the law
be requested Mr. Bigelow to assist
in the work. lie was offered thc
nomination foi Secretary ..f S'at.*.
and became secreturj ..( tbe direct
legislation  league of u'lu.
in is now devoting such tunc as
be ean spare i" economic education
al work under the auspices ol the
Henry George Association, lie comes
with highest testimonials as to Ins
ability  to deliver  his message.
James Hartley, in the New V,.ik
American says "I bave beard Beech
or and Talmagc in their prime, but
I have never heard such powerful
forceful and eloquent utterances as
li   of II. S. Bigelow.
Seattle Times: "Mr. Bigelow Is
an orator of remarkable power, Tbe
audience approved by rising en massi
and cheering to the echo."
Geneial Beatty:     "1 would pay as
much  to hear  H.   S.   Bigelow      talk
from  the  platb.rm as  1 ever  :
hear  Wendell,  Phillips or    John    It
Gough."
.Mr.  Bigelow will  lei t in
subject   "I'ublic   Ownership   of   I'ublic
Utilities."
Ottawa, .lune
KEYES,
Secretary.
:il, llllll.
NOTICE
Kevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Julia A. Soup
■ion, of Arrowhead, occupation married woman, Inlend to apply for permission to purchase tbe following
described lauds :
Commencing at i post planted at
ilie south-east coiner of Lot 8300,
1 hence west III chains, thonce south 7
.-liains more or less to lake shore,
thonce along lako shore to point of
common lement.
Dated June 20th. HUH,
I, 2 00d JULIA A. SIMPSON.
NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that at   the
meeting of the Board    of    Licensing
Commissioners 'or the City of Uevelstoke, to be held next after the pub-
Icat .ui ol this notice for a period of
'..irty days, the undersigned will ap-
jily to the snid Board for permission
to  transfer to A.  P.  l.cvesque      and
illnmus   Walsh,     of  Revelstoke,     the
etail  liquor  license  now held by  mc
hi respect ol the premises at Revel -
Btoke  known as  the  Union  Hotel.
Dated  July  9th,   1310.
I13,30d Jul IN   LAUGHTON.
Railway lime Table
The  following  i=   the  Ben
timetable    ol the    C. Y.   U.,     ih
times of arrival    and departun
•:u.n at Uevelstoke.
WESTBOUND
N i. 1 arrives I      ,   ■    arts C.J
So. 'J" ari i 11 *'. --"*   '■■
Nol S .on * -  l 55, di.
EASTBOl Mi
',.,.  i arrives   13
I ai ll   I-  l'i a
>o. 06 arrives  ll-3i    i
a. m.
No* 0 arrives '■> -'"    a   i *
. 10    a. rn.
ARROWHEAD BU '*.
Leaves Revelstoke 'J 8*8   i
ives Uevelstoke 4:311 p. m.
I
Moving Pictures  to-night.
FOR SALE—One    Brown  M *
pounds,     nine    years old,  In  1   .
1175.      One Hay  Mure,   1
nine yours old,  (226.— Applj   '
J.  McDonell,  Hotel  Ri -• i toki
!•'< IR BALE - Freeh Cow to bi
at Revelstoke Sawmill Com
Big Eddy, H. C.
WANTED — Fourth Class Englneei
Apply to West Kootenay Btean
Laundry, Kevelstoke, It. C.
FOR  PRIVATE  BALE—A  bed  i om
suite,  cooking BtoVB,   and Othei   in
tides  "I  furniture at  the  ro Id DCI
of  E,   M,   Cook,   corner  of
street and McArthur avenue.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land Dlsli ict,
Distiat ..I West Kootenay,
Take notice that   1,  I*.. M Uahrnn of
Ai i.." In nd, Hi .,***• ll pal ion Luinbei
mail, intend to app!, [or penui
I ni. In-i  . ii** follow ing desci il ■
Commeui ing  ul    i   posi   ■, .
In*  Noi tbwesl     * i nei     I   I.      SS ,
i hei   •■ -o , i, ni. wi -:; thence I ■
I.   I,.  LuUTtS: thei
■ g the line ol 1.1- I 0
ng
-lime !>,
taining foul bundi ed
less,
'■!     •
Arrowhead, B.I     ..**.-.
ion wll
*  -
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from  Harry
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Notii
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.
thi      i
*.!• d the ll. .       Mi.
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Land Registry OH
Nelson Bi
NOTICE II
llu my   office
'  impanj
office of  the
il Agencies,   Limited, all
ii li i  lefl there will be promptlj
executed,
.1* P. Sutherland,
Successor to
Phone 42.       E.W.B, Paget,
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
^-*m''*;V%\
JtEJSm
M
Li*^,'-'   'Mrf§
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
NTI
AT \
We oMAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock ef printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cAccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
-ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
■nugn SATURDAY, AUC.  UTH, 11)10.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
PageS
The Elevator ie in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage) of  it  lo
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the eitizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
We are giving our Special
atlention to Freeh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving.     Call  in
and see the assortment.
Ladies' Vtsis
500 Lndies' nnd Children'* Vests, long
sleeves, short sleeves and no sleeves.
They are Sib. stuff. You can carry away
at least half a dozen at the price
10c. each
New Wash Belb
Fine while homespun linen in the neat
narrow widths, pretty designs, pearl
I'ticklee at
35c. each
Blouse Bargains
A big lot of Ladies' Blouses, all colors,
and also some white, all on a table for
easy picking at
90c. each
Shoe Bargains
A real, genuine bargain in Children's
Shoes. A snap which nill appeal to anyone who has to buy shoes for small feet.
Over one hundred pairs of this season's
stock, ail in good condition and not one
pair which is not worth double the
money. They will be put on the table
TUESDAY MORNING the 9tb, and will
be sold at the bargain price until Friday
at eL\ o'clock. Boots, Slippers, Oxfords,
in black, tan, and fancy shades, all will
be there. Sizes -3J to 10*1. Remember
the price—
95c. per pair
Men's Lustre Coats
Extra fine quality gray lustre, just tbe
thing for house or ollice wear. Unlined
and made to fit. Just a few of the;e.
Regular $3 50, now
$1.80 each
Boys' Underwear
BALBRIGGAN—This line was extra
good value at .'!5c. per garment. At a
reduction you may be sure it won't last
long.    Bargain price
20c. per garment
HairO
fc
air urnaments
A new lot of Shell Barrett Braid Pins
and Hair Ornaments. To complete any
of the styles of present* day hair dressing
you need the ornaments. New Shell
Braid Pins at
20c, or 3 for 50c.
Curtain Muslin
Did you see the line of English Curtain
Muslins, colored, for baih rooms. They
are a swell lot.     Rpgular 25c. goods, for
15c. per yard
Children's Wash Dud:
A stir up in the children's wash duds.
All the summer stuff in two piles. Boyt,'
Suits and Little Girlo' Dresses. They
They are all together. One pile at $1,110,
and another pile at $1.00.
Und
iPri
erwear ar 1 rices
Our stock of summer underwear for men
has been so badly broken that we have
decided to put all the balance on the
bargain table:
PURE WOOL—French manufacture, unshrinkable, light weight. Rpgular $1 50
per garment.
BALBRIGGANS—in black and brown.
Regular 75c. per garments,
WOVEN MESH—regular $1 per garment
B.V.D.—Coat Shirt, short pants, regular
$1 per garment.
Bargain  Price  60c.
per garment
PURE SILK—just a few pieces, regular
■I'll per garment.
SILK AND WOOL—Old Country make,
regular $.'!.50 per garment.
PURE    WOOL—White,    Old   Country
make, regular $8 per garment.
Any of these for $1.95
per garment
Fresh, Choice,
Fancy Groceries
Another car of Fancy Groceries just
arrived. We are in a better position than
ever to cater to the wants of our customers. Anything we havo not got you don't
want. If our prices are not right—tell
us. If they are—tell others. We want
your trade and we want to save you
money on your purchases. Call us up
on the phone aid we will insure you
quick delivery. Anything in the grocery-
line
You can get at Hume's
Fruit
Get ready for t-Le winter season by putting away preserving fruits. We are receiving daily large shipments of Peaches,
Plums, Apricots and Blackberries, Leave
us your order early and insure delivery.
Always a supply of Oranges, Bananas,
Apples and PineappleB on hand.
Baking Powders
Lest you forget about our Baking Powders we would say that ne have a large
stock of Price's Baking Powder in 6 oz.,
12oz, 2Ub, and 5!b. cans. We bought
direct from the manufacturers and can
guarantie you pure fresh goods. Nothing
off color, off-grade, off-quality in Price's.
We also carry other brands including
Schilling's Best, Blue Ribbon and Magic.
Let us quote you prices when you nant
Baking i'owder.
Pork and Beans
If you are kickirg about the high price
of food let us suggest to you our Pork
and Beans. No nourishment in as palatable a form can be bought for the
price. Van Camps in lib. and 21b. cans:
Clark's in lib. and 21b. cans; Davib' in
41b., and Hientz's in Jib., lib., and 21bs.
Vegetables
Fresh   Vegetables   arriving    daily,   the
finest on the market.
Get  Hume's Prices
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at tbe back of the store on
the Ground Floo;, is proving a
convenience. We have a fine
"Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wail.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke ««<* Arrowhead
MAIL,  TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Orders! Serd lho children
to the Store ! Come yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
loo large or too small for ue to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get the best of attention.
. Pag* fl
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. C
sATtinnAY. airi. cth. idio.
REID & YOUNG
50 Dozen Ladies' All Wool CasWere Hose.    Reg.
^Oc.   Now 25c. Fer Fair.
New Dress Goods for Fall Trade
New Table Linen and Napkins
REID & YOUNG
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
TAX  SALE  NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall sell at Public Auction on
Saturday the 3rd day of September, A.D.. 1910, at the City Hall,
Revelstoke, B. C, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, ihe lands, or
improvements, or real property, as described) for unpaid delinquent
Municipal Taxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses due
thereon, unless in the meantime, the arrears of Municipal taxes,
special rates, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
Schedule hereunder, be sooner paid.
Dated at Uevelstoke, this 30th day of July, A.D., 1910.
BRUCE   A.   LAWSON,
Collector for thc Corporation ofthe City of Revcls'okc.
IQCkL AND GtMERRL
j.  .     .*. * I tins Bold Ins real
F    . th     Btreet to J. 8.
[thi  i   P.R.
-  '    inty Court   ol
a 111   be  held  here on
September 7th,  at   10 30
a. in.
I repari d tu do
.-. . •  i**i; oi, and
\ I*.. •.    east end
Sec ind  street.
Thi    Rev. Freeman,    ol the
Enderby     and
the!   ol the Rev.    W.
p,  i . te ot thi       Ui'. e, stoke
Bai '■   ' resigned     Ins
torati     and   1 is been appointed
at    ine    Armstrong
school.
\t an   nltlal i ost ol ovei  }100,000,
in., le tlie purchase ol
nearly a i front propi rty
ipon which it is   pro
*    *        line tracks,
: ...tit >- nvi* years
have aclpal busi
ness itrei t ol tbe city.
aver  Exhibition
August 15 1 t ■ have   a new
grounds
: exhibits     and
to consist ol
a combine mb ilaucc     un.l
• • .. 11 equipped with
nil es aud nursi
• ney calls.
; Si - *  Advertiser
■   ird, under the
i .v. nty years
.**•    * i:     "  D.    I'**
M. u ite and Mr. Silvei
for Revels! ike."
Even twenty  years ago     Re\ I I  Ite
..ti- • ml  ci   tre      on     the
-•-.lap.
The  CP.R
 *'
20th.
in Ret
ets will ni
on
- .  .  • return  limit
.- :..-     -.  .* . •    24th.       For further
T.W.  Bradshaw,
B
usisl    ■ iger Agent
.ver.
Th.    -
the  1 ■ '-e  huve    B
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are
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the interior ol
tended to
.ince
*  ■   meel  I
• *     .: enl lallj .       aid
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so it' you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important  items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
the minister, "there will bo good bu
inini,lul.- roads right through to Win
nipeg and (urthei enst."
Prof.    A.    Del-'e.i.   m
opening an academs nl m * in tinea y.
The  Scandinavian
hrlii as usual lomorn
|i in.,   in   i he  Uaptl t   *
A feature i
tins year will be a babj
being oRered tot thi
babies.
*
banks,  Includiug both demits
iniotinti
*  *
V fari
l*:.  m   Cool
V. M. Ci A     ■    ■'
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SQCIALAND PERSONAL
ii,
.
to St.  I ii.
Martin    .1     i ■ B| * Kamli ops
"an iii the citj yesterday.
Mrs. C.    D
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.\kkkssi-:i> hunk li
Armstrong, Win. (20acres)
Adair, 15. E.... (fBnerw)..
Bell, Miss A. M	
BallnRarde, s	
Beck, liv. 1)	
Barber, .1. Guy	
OutiRhlln, Mrs. II  13  	
Doll, I.. II	
I)imoer, N	
ISIsnn, Mrs. W...  	
Fi'iiser, I).I'\(Iiimisi', gnvt.UI)
Fleming, W.lliuiisi' l I'll 111)
Pulton, James	
Graham, Waltor	
Qowl ig, A. (i. ...
Qwamll, M. (shack, CI'R Iti)
Hiilliok, Joe...
Ilansi'ii. A. 0. (i.
Hamilton, William
Ill'llstlOlIl,  ti (IS 	
Henderson, P	
Hnpgood, H. J. (house)
Johnson, August
Kernaghun, John
I,uni'. Hoi Mm   ....
VIenolte, M..
Mm ton, .lames
Mill.'i*, Mrs. Esther
Menotte, Cli'in  ..     (house)
MiCailv, P. (home at old mi'l
Sicol, \V. T	
Pool, Win. B. *     .
Porter. T. R. M.  . '   . '   .
Slllllll,*!, (i    ,1. . . .
Smith, Mis. M. A.    .
Shardlow, Mi-. I.. J.   .
Skinner, T.(villa lot 50, i ac)
■tolloway, Alf. E.
«tonex, II  11.      .   ' .   '  .
■itacej , Mrs. K
-^'ani list, Miss A.
I'm iii-i, Jno, A.    .
Vag in. 1*'. 11 nnl s. nt' b'.k 111
v." -nl i'l. I-', estate
a i  i.l 'ran 'is I-'.
\ , "ill ow, Jn -   I.
tVnolsey, ll *•"' n-i*!'-'
Wilkin nn, Ed. iiiciiisei
>\ il-li. A. K. I>.
.'n-'inan.    I.    M.   P,    Villa lm   III,
Sec. 27, Tp, 2i
llan.'t*. .1 nne,   S.E.    .   or Sec.  :'.'..
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27 51
45 21)
11 i'l
lit 81
:. 17
Costs nml
Expenses
2 2!)
a in
2 88
8 03
8 .V2
3 52
•2 32
1 ill
2 Sl
2 2,">
2 88
2 no
2  IS
2 117
8 18
3 SS
8 03
:-l 08
2 07
2 III
2 (11
2 05
2 10
2 20
I 72
1 12
2 IS
2 08
2 all
2 in
2 01
8 30
2 IS
1 I!)
4 40
2 III
2 Id
2  14
2 :«
2 2o
2 l'i
2 47
2.18
3 08
2 81
2 3(1
3
I
2 SI
•> •>.-,
1 78
2 IIS
1
!>
1H2 15
7 12
12
alt
ti os
2 Ifi
,1
II
2S 51
3 42
0
II
12 31
2 01
7 17
2 35
1
li ss
2 31
2
15
37 13
3 85
111   nil
III 05
TOTAL
AMOUNT
lift:
8 23
211 .Ml
HI II
23 70
33 till
31 IM
H SI
03 SS
111 (iS
7  13
in 15
21 III
12 2D
3 nl
25 IHI
41 52
23 75
37 37
22 li
II 01
11 08
2 7(1
3 77
(i 35
all 15
68 ml
12 2'I
Hi 28
12 5D
I Hi
15 5S
2!) 20
12 2D
51 45
52 511
15 lill
3 87
5 HI
in 15
7 13
in 38
12 '0
5 03
23 711
1!) OS
t) 7i>
27 53
•I 73
8 17
Ki SI
12 22
27 I'-l
80 t'l
4!) 55
11 5H
in ns
7 12
3 SO
100 57
11 53
31 03
1 I !>2
II 52
0 22
40 I S
13 OS
10 80
il a.m., Matins     nml
11, ly   Communion;  7:30  p.m.,   Bven-
:n..  Sun.lav school.
the j
lliu I   Imson    :: amal ,.
I , I
ntaa.
F. W. L
ll
I Farmi
ist 17 and
*    .,!   Iln*  in I I'""
'
•    ■ .
t.*.l
*
■
■
ilElQ NOiEi
Vam   liver,
11    .*       verdfager In
a.,*,    age of
*
Mount
!fnr>.
V,     J.   I
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i
M
th
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SlMMKU
Ni:< i:ssitii:s
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,, •  * - *
■■        I   '
,i -,5o
ften/o Almond Cream  fnr   tin.  Com-
inciinn '*'"-.
Waih ii ,„'« '
Palmer-*    Rc«r    LMV0«     T( *
Cruinen Ho" Talcum
CO,*      C".>T
ti 00   1)10
?'.
Bews' Drug Store
■ ■ *
bt the Cil     R
■     tin*   ft,.lit I
.      *        ...
la- delight       nl       tin:
, ocupanti
I nit ' M.I*.     \
11,   . * '  ' n!i   lii*   fO '-
*     t m ,     liill ei|U   'in nt     I'.,*
Bl
*,tl i   .. I .M.i     Ai'i'i v   i*M,im       Mail
Herald,
,f  tl„.   •,     M    '
l|i ' ■ '■
■
■.iill take h I*
*   .
lor ii'-*
the Kali  Fair tins year.
Churches
Methodl t     'ii*>i' i'   ien Iceg "-< f'.l
11  n ni    Special talk f"t
„ml   -,i Is    • 30  p m      -I'.n.liiv     ichool
mnl B i' rm   "Some
tlnni'   I,,   tlilhl*    111'*** '."        Til''   I'll   '   *i
i:    i    Mi Intyre, will im •■ 11
,*,*.; f,,i  ii,,* day,     A r.,i-'Hni
tin- public,
■ in     'I'l, n   Is.     s    * ..;'   inin   I'-
iii,'I  evening,  tho  Ladles'    Anl
.    In,l't     a
,cia1  nml tale ..I homo cooking <,r,   Invitation Is extended  U
.  ,,. .*: Come nml i*n   Grangers Mpooially  welcon
id . ,,   ni colleo   i"  -nain. '   Bl   Peters Anglican, it™.   0.     a.
caches and cream, etc,    Uand     in  I'rncunler, M,   \ .  Rector, nth Hun
attendance. day  after Trinity.     8  a.m.,      Holy
■
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■
.     ■
*
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■
\li    *
to ^ an i
Ml     la i
nl vtr.  H   McOrea in
[, i ires m, ;
(,,i   i:,* rei itoko i * th»y
will *    m      ; -
■Hi,*    innl    itini.a. travelling
and theii
*..ii,   ,*,*ii
peak ini'iiiv "' iin'tn   iiii'
'.an Winkle   i"'iiiir    sspeolally  '■
Wr bopo Ic I"1 favi.rinl  with    others
such as those.
f*ttrua<& I
moost ,uw s»« I;;
After <Jupper Sale
/fo. 3/
Busy last Saturday night ? Of course we were !
We could not help it. The money-saving opportunities we oiler the people of Revelstoke are too
great to overlook, and they have found out that our
After Supper Sale is a carnival of low prices. We
have only room to mention a few, and you will lind
many more just as good. From 7 p. m. till closing
time these prices hold good. Come early before the
best is picked out.
A (genuine /hosiery Snap
Lisle Hose, Lace or Plain at Bargain Prices. We
offer about 20 dozen Lisle Hose, black, white and
colors, lace and plain, a regular '10c. stocking. After
Supper Sale Price only 25c. per pair.
Silk finished Aisle Qloties
A splendid Fine of Summer Gloves, in black,
while and grey. All sizes from G to 7*5. After Supper Sale Price 25c. per pair.
Children's is)ash Blouses
Blue and White cluck. A splendidly made article.
While they last, 50c. each.
$2.50 idash presses and Jw/fs
.his! a few for the early comers. They are all
this season's make, but we are going to make it worth
your while to come in here Saturday night and get a
lawn dress or a linen suit for ^2.50.
$1.00 Canvas Oxfords
Just for to-night. Get here early as they will not
last long at this ridiculous price.
Children's Sandals and White Oxfords. All we
have left al 50c. a pair.
mm
c
WHEN YOU WANT
Good Bread
—and you Bhould insist upon getting Hie hest nt all
times—get our*. Our reputation I'ui' good bread is imt
the result of chance. Our customers are tatls&ed tint
oins is tlie most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it ami yon will become a regular ouktonier. Our
Groceries ate also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Pujblic Notice
Is hereby given that we have fruit jars, daily
arrival of fruits, also genuine pickling vinegar and pickling spices, etc.
Ary two nrliclcs in our Croccry Window at 2C0.
McIntyre   & Son
ACAF)hMY OF MUSIC
PHOF   A.  DE FEO
I* , *     . , '
II.,.. n.* hi mi en i.i.i
nnd  hiving
h, ,*,  ,ib|igi '1 i in  i* ■' l- to Hi vi
,,,,   i i, : ' ,, ,„ ... I «i iti in start  in tliin
Ultj an \ -nl " * i'l Mui ■ * Rttlng -.indents
I'm* tln-il* ixiiiiin ilinns   lo   llm    I'nnsi ,\a-
loiii **, of I'm.'|'i\
III i BS ANU CONDITIONS
i.    I.t-.-MMis will sini on September   l»
\ln i   Iln*. ,I.iln Km .nns   will   ^n   ivi   front
I IC tilsl  Iti llm last day  of   n.n li   nnns, nn-
t       montli  during   tno  year,  excepting
inl,*, ivlien ti mi. ninii will In* giien,
2        I hi* COUl '•■' ' Iiii   W ill In  l.nn*li,  , ni,.
i i m, iln, ,* grades, and al llie end nf each
,ia,t,* a diptoin i \i li lm given,
.t     All books will he given bj Iciu her,
1     Prospective pupilt arc advised  not
n* I .il*.,*   i i mil *.,- Ins-, I miii ,i  \ ,* ii .
.V    Pupil* uisliii*^ in iliM'tiiiliinm  must
give *i month's nolice Ol a lull Inn   \v,l! lm
irged,
',      I <■■ *.nn*.   ii. i  received   .n    iln*   np«
.i.l.     ii. '   * Im Inl I, ll, ,1.
7     Nn I ssnii-, given nn public holidays.
x     Public   |"i li'ini.mi*.*s   will    lm   t'M-
.*,  I. Kilt n.i   nn act onnl   will pupils
lie allowed to lake pin*l   wilhoul  lirsl   ob-
I'm niissinn nl llmir t.'n, Iut.
'i     Pinal examinations stnrl   middle ol
Imn.-.
Minis i
l*,„ iwo limns pel week, tS per month)
in, mm limn    j in    wnnk,   $3    pel     month)
Harmon)  .mil  counterpoint, mm  lesson,
15 poi month, for two lessons per  week,
-in per month,
Ai,,,* lesson will lm given all  pupils
,i . mii im   ilu*   v i division   of
music i 'ii'-*
PROF     V  IIY. II.O «
PoxlsT Telcphom
WANTED — Fourth Class Engineer
Apply to West Kootenay Steam
Laundry, lievelstoke, B. C.
EXCURSION FARES
Via
Industrial and Agricultural
EXHIBITION
Au^usl 15th to 21 tli,  1910
At
VANCOUVER
Tickets on Sale Aug. 15th
to jolh; final return limit
August 24th
FARE:     $13.15
Apply 'n 111  Writfl In
LRADSHAW C. D. FOSTER
Agent, A.i; P.A.,
Kevelstoke Vniicouvei
FOH BALK-Frcsh Cow, to be seen
at Revelstoka Sawmill Comtmny,
Big Eddy, 13. C.

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