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 "Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $(i().
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The ivi ail-Herald
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior PuDlishing Company
HUNTERS AND PUBLISHERS J
Vol. 16-No. 63
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 13, 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 A DOLLAR AND GIT 2 DOLLARS WORTH
See Our  Big Window
for BIG BARGAINS
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Now Is The Time
When you appreciate beine; 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.
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad 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
Branches or ARents nt all principal points in|CanadH.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Llovds Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Limited,
Summer Goods
AT COST
MUS.   A.   G.   CRICK
TWO DOORS BAST OF EDISON THEATRE
CDH. JDNES DROWNED
fit
Sicamous-Third Revelstoke
Victim in this Lake.
A end drowning accident occurred
about lour miles south of Sicamnus on
the Okanagan braooli line on Thurs
duj afternoon about 4 o'clock, when
one of Rovelstoke'a popular railroad
men, Conductor John Jones, lost liis
life while bathing. Conductor Jones
and his crew were at the tiding about
lour miles south ol SioamouB, awaiting orders to puss a train, nod during
the time thry were detained they decide 1 to go into Bioamous Lako for a
Imh Along tbe ahore the water ia
aballow lor ninny leet out into the
bike when it suddenly becomes very
deep. Conductor Jones could no'
swim nnd ventured too lar out and
sink in about tit) leet of water and was
drowned, 'lhc balance of tbe crew
were unable to help Iiim owing tn tlie
inability of any of them to Bwim to
his retctie. Tlie body waB recovered
aboul an hour alter tlie accident and
wua brought to town on the midnight
train. The deceased leaves besides a
wife and young child, a mother and
brother and bistera to mourn his lues.
,\ sad feature ol the affair is the fact
ihat tlie wile aud child haw just re-
turned Irom a visit to tlie eaet,
arriving home ou No. 1 this morning.
The heartfelt sympathy of the community goeB out to the be
reavid enea in their aad i llliction.
Tbis is the third Revelstoke young
man to loose hia liie iu these waters.
The deceased wag a member ol
Mountain Lodge, A. F. ez A. M., Golden, 13. C, and the luueral will take
place on Sunday at 2:30 pm. under the
direction of Kevelstoke Masonic lodge.
Rich Ore
Barney Crilly, who has just returned to Nelson from Sheep Creek,
bring* word ol a Btrike which ia Baid
to be tlie tidiest yet made even in tha1
camp of rich strikes. It was made on
tlie Clyde belt, recently bonded Irom
Dr. Willaon and J. fi. Devlin to Vancouver and New York men. At 130
feet, on tlie crosscut to open up No. 2
lead, a vein was f .und carrying five
leet oi good ore, two feet of which rum-
from $800 to $1,000 per ton.
Labor Day
The Kevelstoke Trades' and Libor
Couucil has nppointed the following
conimitteee to mnke necessiry sr
ringements for the celebration ol
Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5th. The
usual parade will thii year be elimin
ated from the day's arrangements
whicli will include baseball aid la
crosae, if the boys turn out, and sporte
on the Mackenzie Avenue gr juneh.
The following committees were
elected:—
Finance—J. Matliie, \V. Pettipiece,
Ci. Breck, .1. Caliin.
Sports—Phil. Parker, T. Caasidy,
J. H. Lyons, J. Carmichael, C. J.
Worth.
Advertising — H. Kem pater, \V.
Veith.C, Palmer.
Grounds—W. Veitb, T. H.'p", C. J
Worth.
Hall—J. Caliin, II. Carpenter, J
Simpgon, D. Macdonald, Phil Parker,
Guy liarber.
Correction.
Moved by Aid. Cowan and seconded
by Aid. Trimble,  thut an  article Ie
published   in   tlie Mail Herald newspaper exonerating Mr. E. W, Bowness,
conaultiug engineer lor Messrs. Kniiili,
K'rry   and   Chace,   from any  blame
with regard to neglecting work in con-
i nection witli the new pipe line, to cor-
I rect the impression given in  a repot)
I ol the minutes ol tbe regular meeting
ol tbe city council ol  Friday, August
5th, 1910, nnd whicli  appeared in the
issue ot the Mail-Herald newspaper ol
August Otb, 1910,
Cariieel unanimously.    (Signed)
BBOOE A. Law-CIS, City Cleik.
The Churches
•Services at  the  Methodist church
to-morrow as follows:    lla. in —Sub
. ject "Seuiic Jewish manners and  cub
toms"; 230 p. ni., Sunday Bchool and
bible  classes;   7:30   p. in.,    sulject,
'"Casting   Shadows   in    Life."     The
I pastor,   R.   J.   Mclntyre,   will   have
, charge ol tlie services lor the day.     A
cordial invitation  is extended  to the
public.
Mown**; IVluiei tonight.
Orders Given to Break Records
on C.N.R. Contracts
Seattle, Aug. 12—0. J. Johnson, of
tlie Northern Construction company,
which hag tho contract fir e instruction of the western euel of the Canadian Northern railroad, arrived Irom
New Westminstor yesterday and ia a
guest at tho Hotel Seattle.
Mr. Johnson announces that despite
lhe problem eif taking the Canadian
Northern across the Cascade mountains, ho ia under instruction from
Mackenzie it Mann to go out alter
the record and that the work now ia
being framed for tl e fastest railway
construction campaign ever brought
off in tho west.
"To give you an idea oi the difficulties iu ilio way," said Mr. Johnson,
"we have leu miles of tunnelling in
tbe first 250 miles of road out Irom
New Westminster. This means that
we will bum bnudrida oi tons ot pow
der, for ou srine stretches of the work
we are ce mpelled to handle ns high as
500,000 cubic yards of solid rick to
the mile. Figure lhat it cesla not less
lliau $1 per yard to handle and an
other 1(150,000 per mile lor track laying
and you will get soma idea of what
the western end e.f the system will
ccst the buildera.
"We are closing up the li.at division
of sixty miles out of New Westniiustei
but everything is in readiness to go at
the mountain section, and you wil
gee the rock lining iu a very sboit
time,"
MOUNTAINEERING CLUB
Have Just Issued an Interesting
Book tor Tourists
The tourist book issued by tie
Mountaineering Club of Kevelstoke is
beiug distributed throughout ihe
couutry and received with a great deal
of pleasure by tuiiriBto all over the
coutiueut. Tlie book is carefully and
concisely written witli a view to giving valuable informati >uof the beau y
spots sin rounding the cily and the
aooommodation afforded, the approximate cost ol trips and a lot of information about the city and d strijt
The book was prepared hy the committee of the Mountaineering Club
and 3,000 copies will be distributed
this tail.
British Settlers
Winnipeg, Aug. 12—The establishment of n colony to be peopled by
British families is the scheme whicli
Mr. Norton Griffiths, member in the
Britieb Parliament,  has now on  foot.
Accompanied by the Earl of Dun-
more and Mr. Harry Brittain, the
well known British journalist who
originated the Imperial Press Confer
enoe, Mr.Griffiths left for Vancouver
last night In a special car attached to
the Pacific expicsa. He iB to meet
Lord Mindlip nud I.nd Clinton at
Vancouver and liter will bo the guest
ol Premier MoBride, with whom he
will travel to Fort Gentge.
Thc whole party is interested in the
Britisli Columbia scheme. Tlie colony whieh Mr. tirillilhs proposes to
estab ish is lo be called Wednesbnry,
alter the constituency whicli he represents in tbe Imperial Parliament.  He
will settle Wulnesbury people on huul
there, paying the larea across the
Atlantic ol more than 1200 families.
Cricket Club Tour
The Kevelstoke Cricket Club leave
to morrow afternoon on a tour ot the
(Ikanagan Villey. On Monday they
will play the Armstrong club at Armstrong; Vernon at Vernon on Tuesday; on Wednc'ihy they will go
down tlio lake to Kelowna playing
the local club there ou Tliur.il.iy, nnd
the Okanagan Sports Club em Friday,
returning home on Saturday at mid
nigh'. The following eomprie tho
team: W. Brier, D. Bonallo, G. Barnes
F. H. Bourne, C. M. Field, W. W. Fern
ter, J. II. Jaekson, ,1. Maley, W. Muir.
smith. C. North, G. Holmes, J Hani
gan and S S Crowe.
Moving Pictures To Night
Last night's program, which wob
put on at the Edison Theatre tei a
large audience w 11 be repeated tonight. It consists ol throe stirring
dramatic stories and one geiod comedy.
Moving Pictures tonight.
THE PREMIER'S VISIT
Revelstoke will Welcome Sir Wilfrid and Party on Monday
Arrangements are    now  oomplete
for tbo reception to tlio Kight Honorable Sir Wilfrid Laurier on Monday
evening next. A final word ot warn
ing ia here given the public to assemble at tlie opera bouse in good time.
Everything has In en so arranged that
there will bo no unnecessary delay.
Tho premier and party will be driven
directly thore on tho arrival ot the
train. No interruptions will be tolerated at the opera house and those who
neglect to get there punctually will
lio torced to remain outside until alter
the premier lias flni-jhed speaking, as
the doors will be closed during that
time. As it ia anticipated that the
capacity of tlie opera house will be
taxed to the iitmemt, Hiobo who wish
to have a good view oi tlie proceedings
will do well to get tliire early. Extra
chairs are lieing installed and usheri
will be on hand to facilitate tlie seat
ing ot the crowd.
On Monday next* Kevelstoke citizens
will have the privilege of welcoming
to their cily the Kight Honorablo Sir
Wilfrid Lauiier, Premier ot Canada.
I'bis ia not tlie first time the right
bonorable gentleman lias visited Kevelstoke. It will be remembered by
many eld timers some fifteen or bix-
teen years ago Sir Wilfrid, then only
Mr. Lauiier, visited Kevelatoke aa
binder ot the opposition in the Dominion House, again in more recent years
when Her Excellency Lady Minto laid
the cornel stone ol Queen Victoria
Hospital, Sir Wiltrid was a member ot
the party. On thia occasion, however,
he conies as Premier of Canada, and
as Buch it is only fitting and pn per
that he should be tendered as royal
ami hearty a welcome as ia within the
power of this ciiy and district to accord him. It is to be hoped that the
citizens will decorate largely, that
llaga will be lljwn and bunting spread
to the breeze as a visible token of welcome.
Sir Wiltrid and his colleagues are
visiting tlie West to acquire by per
s 'iial observation a true ins'glit into
conditions here; to liud out what tlie
West wants and needs, and how those
ueeda can beBt be satisliul. As Sir
Wilfrid himself eaid in Saskatchewan
a few din s ago the only regretable lea
ture of hia visit to the West wns its
shortness, and we feel that to be especially true with regaiel to KevelBtoke, as
the short time given us in the premier's itinerary is wholly inadnj late
to a city the size and iniportancu ol
jurs_. However we draw sonic com*
tori from the fact that Sir Wilfrid is
already planning another visit to the
WeBt, and we express the hope th-tt
should he do so Kevelatoke will be
given a better opportunity of expressing her due appreciation of one who
has given the beBt years ot hia lite to
the upbuilding ol Canada as a nation.
A Narrow Escape.
Two little girls bad a close call trom
death   on   the   cruising  upposito the
Club oo Thursday morning.    A team
ran awny nnd colliding with   a po c at
MeKinnon     &    Sutherland's    etore,
broko   lues?   from   the rig and one ol
the horses   with   a   long  tie line and
a 501b. weight at tbo end, took to tlie J
sidewalk   in   a mad race.   The borfe j
swung   round   a   telephone pole, anil j
tlie children, unable lo get out ol  tbe '•
way, were   caught   by   the   line   and j
thrown   to   the   ground.     The   pole
caught  the   weight   and   thia   alone
saved   tho   little   ones   Irom possibly \
fatal   injuries.     A   large  number of
people   witnessed   the  incident aid it
was   an   anxioua   moment while the
children were unprotected in tlie path
of tlie maddened animal.     A. E  Kincaid was the first to reach the children
butsor.n found they were not scrioUBl) |
injured.
NOTICE.
Fishing
Tackle
Summer clays awaken
enthusiasm in the Fisherman. If in looking over
your fishing equipment you
iinil the need eif new articles you Bhould bear us in mind for we carry a very
complete assortment.
Hunters' and Campers' Supplies, Tents
Pack Straps, Camp Stoves, Axes, Hunting
Knives, Compasses, Rijles, Shotguns, Am-
munition, etc.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Members of the Masonic fraternity
arc requested to meet at the Masonic
Hall on Sunday at 2 o'clock p, m., to
attend the funeral of the late John T.
Jiinea of Mountain Lodge, Uolden, B,
O. Visiting brethren aro invited to
attend.
J.T. Pollock, W. M.
Ciias, J. Aman, Secty.
WANTED AT ONCK—Hush   tore-
man,   thoroughly  acquainted    witli,
luileling and operating timber shutes
dry).   References needed as to former
experience.   Stale wagea.   Good prospects   for steady,   experienced   man.
pply Lumber SynJieate,  l'enticton, ■
BO.
Men's Summer Suits
Under the Price Axe
Every Fancy Summer Suit in the Shire ia
reduced iu price. This means mure than it
would in sume places because ol the style,
distinctive,   and good  lailor  work on   every
suit.
Men who have always bad their clothes custom
made, and who are particular, are tbe ones
who most appreciate uur suits. Por they get
the same or better lit and Btyle without any
trout,le and a great deal lower price,
$20 Suits at SIS   $23 Suits at $17.50   $25 lilts at $20
$27 Suits at $21   $28 Suits at $22.00   $30 Suits at $24
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
CHOICE MEAT
Is always to be found at this
market. We have a splendid
variety at all times.
We sell the choicest cuts of Lamb
Beef, Mutton, Veal and Pork.
Lovers of Fine Poultry will appreciate the sort we sell.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management
HALCVQH HOI SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
The    Greatest    Health    Resort    nn    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
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SATURDAY, AUQ. 13, 1910
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C O A L
Owing lo increaso by li.iiiklir.nl Mines in the price of coal
commencing September 1-t, nil oustomers wishing coal tleliveretl
during lhe month oi August will receive it nt tlm Btime price ns
heretofore, Prices after September Ut and until further notice
nrt' ns follows;
Broken |furnace| $10.25
Egg Coal - $10 25
Stove Coal - $10.25
Nut Coal      - $ 9.00
Briquettes      -      $ 8.25
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REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Lid.
ItEAL   ESTATE,   I.UK,   IIKK  AND  ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
city s credit in a better financial
condition.    The bylaw is being
advertised to-day in the Mail-
Herald and  voting is to take' ^
place August tilth next and there
|mitmi'iit of Agriculture from Winnipeg as follows:   '"Prices fnr all riroidu-
huh fruits nro  tinner.     Quotations to
is no doubt Iml that the citizens
will give il their support.
THE MORBID PUBLIC
The Belle Elmore murder case
has certainly reached the inevitable commercial statre as is
usually the way with all such
sensational events where one or
more people  are concerned and
and priui'H. Obiongo and eastern
markets are liinlior owing to iiicionsid
demand fur I'acillo coast Units Private reports to j bbere slate tbat tbe
Ontario crop ia below medium, email
aid pour quality Aiiiericui aprioolB
over,"
Canada Going Dry
A recently Issued official return of
the Department  ol Inland Revenue ol
Canada Bhows that under the license
when one of the parties mixed up system gencrallj   prevailing    In    tin'
in the affair is a woman. It is
staled that Miss Leneve has received an offer frem a New York
theatrical  manager offering her
Dominion, the consumption nf spit-
it in his liquors is steadily declining,
while the use ol boor and porter has
gained Imt only in almost microscopic ratio.     During the fiscal year
amount    of .sir, gallons per capita,
ns compared with . "i: In the     year
previous.     The consumption of beer,  canalB,
etc., per head "f population,      wns and streams, either belonging to the
G.27C gallons,  wlno  .'.i7 gallons    and   Company or to others, for the Com-
CERTIFICATE  OP  REGISTRATION
nt''   AN   EXTRA PRO\ [NOIAL
COMPANY.
Companies  Act, Canada, Province ol
Uritish Columbia.
No,  lit, 1910,
1 IIKIIKHV CERTIFY thai the
"Empire Lumber Company" an fix
tin Provincial Company, has this
elny In'i'ii roglsterod as a Oompanj
tinder the "OompanioB Act" to can's
mil or effect nil or any nl the ob
jocts of tlm Company to which tho
lei lalatlve authority of tho Loglsla
lure of Uritish Columbia extondB,
't'tie head otlleo of tho Company is
situate at llnrifii, in the County ol
Beadle, iu the Btato ol Bouth
Dakota.
The bead oflico ol tho Company In
this Province is situate at Rovol
Btoke, and (ieorge Bmlth McCartor,
Barrister at law, whoso address is
Rovolstoke, atoresald, Is tho attorn
ey for the Company,
Tho amount of tho capital of tho
Company is Five Million dollarB,
divldod Into Fifty thousand shares
of tine hundred dollars eaeh. The
timo of the existence of the Company is twenty-five years from the
1'Jth day of May, A. !>., 1910,
The Company is Umltod,
eilven under my band and Seal   ot
Office    at    Vlotorla,     Province  of
British Columbia,  this Eighth day
of July, one thousand nine hundred
und ten.
J. P. McLEOU,
Acting Registrar of Juint-
Btock Companies.
The objeots for which ihis company
lias  been established are:—
To  net  us   tiniberiuen,    suw       mill
UU lij    U,HU.1.U|U1II|    1UII1    S.I'I.M.Illn.Ul
nml nny of its branches; to buy and
sell all kiails of timber, timber lands
logs nnd ldmber; I" buy, sell and
manufacture all kinds of lumber and
wood work; to maintain and operate
lumber yards and deal In all merchandise usually sold in such yards;
to buy, sell, Lease or mortgage all
kinds ot real estate; to buy, sell,
build, equip, operate and construct
private railways, highways, roads,
sluices,    Humes,  waterways
of tobacco 2.940  pounds.
In
$1,000 a   week    for  ill!   indefinite  closing   March   21   last,   the people of
engagement in vaudeville to be- Canada consumed   spirits    to    the
gin immediately on her release
from prison in lhe event that she
is set free-   Public  taste is  certainly strange; for what can be
the attraction in either a man or
a woman who has been mixed up preceding   year
in a revolting  murder  case or
else in a degrading scandal.   If
the Johnson-Jeffries  fight   pictures have had a han placed on gallons    of liquor per capita     was and Bailing    vessels, and to operate
them and if they are detrimental averaged,  the  present use of liquor  lho same; to engago in nny and   all
to the morals of the people    howithrou8hout     ""'     Dominion is very  kinds of manufacturing,   either     of
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head Of beer was 6.348 gallons, of
Wine .85 gallons, and ,,f tobacco 2.910
pounds. As compared with thirty
years ago,   when      upwards of      two
pnny's use, and to accept charters
im the operation of same, nnd to
charge tolls for services rendered to
others in the operation of same;
either to buy, sell, build or construct tile's,  steamships,  steam lines
much more so is the daunting of
one of the principals, in such a
case as the Elmore murder,
before the public, And yel the
morbid, sensation loving appetites
of the masses must be appeased!
small.
On    the other hand      there   lumber   or   general   wnod   work,     and
have been Blight  increases in the ron   for thnt purpose to buy, own, build,
Orchard Sites
Court
t. Begbie
3461
Meets   it    I 0.0, !■'. 11 ill   next   to
T.ipi : * . II   ise, ever) Becond
W month.
Visiting   btethien    * Ily    wel
comed.
1 . !;.. 1 : m:i:n< B Harte.
Rec.-Sec, 11. W. Edwards
Deputy Minister nf Agricultuie
Sc nt MattB th.,1 within a month
demonstration orclimila will be ee
leeted throughout the province
Present pi me 01 1 - d 1 cal 1 me *■•*
I .Hows
Vancouver  island,  2; lower   m iin-
land 2 or 3; Vale-Kamloops, 4; Oka! -
a.an. I:   Columbia  Valley,  I.   i
dnry,   1  ur  2   ICo tenay   ai d
1 ik< -, ii.   '1 h"  liorticultiirista , I  each
il strict will consider  from   tin   ■
cation- tlie bi sl parties 1 1   wh 1
work will be entrusted      Tbi pn -n t
plan    contempli ,        nt
furnishing live*  ac   -
ivernroent will work  ai d plai t
The owner is tin n 1 tpected   ti
tbe government's directions   in devel-
Z\K   flftfUl^lbCrcUb    oping  the  tract    md dei
   as to   pr per   mi h d-    f   spi
pruning, etc.,   will   be   held   iy   the
d paituient experts toi the   1 ■
tbe neighborhood.
sumption of  beer  and  tobacco.
NOTICE,
erect, construct and operate saw
mills and other wood working mills;
to engage In logging and the towing
of logs either for itself or for others
to mnke, execute and except any contracts, leases, licenses, concessions,
t-rants,    privileges,  or    charters,  to
Itevelstoke Land Diet rict,
Hisirii'i of West Koolenay.
Take notice that John S. Barntim, of assign any of the foregoing or   any
Kevelstoke, B. ('., rciupiilion ciuiw, contracts    relating to tho fore
i::::i:!;..,;i1.^:!;!:«;i;:...,::,:^i:::,.;:; —-  ■   ' • »*•	
CouinieiiciiiK ul   n  posl  planted on ; ''>■     bonds     or
the   trail   leading   from  McCulloiigh  other  lecurlties >*f    this     or     any
1'1.,'k in i-M-ii,hri.-i'k.,itinui .,,,iMiii'i „lh, ,* 0„m 1   property      of
ol lie  ili-t ml   anil   in an   ■ ,1 -i-i  v . 1     ,
* ,,„   fio.il    1."l.l-i..,on    iiiok.il "">' kind ■*•*                     ' ■ own and oP-
•*.l    s.   ilirnniii-   N'oi'lh-wesl  Cornel * and retail stores f..r
Pi ■-•: thence south f 1 chalnss theiic * * - and deal ng      in
, ast s,i ehuins; 1 hence noi th 8'1 ch iin-:
1 hence west v" ch d
efiiiiiuencpinent, containing Bill acres
more nr lesi.
.lull'.   S,    1! MM,
Ino,I A.i'ii-' 2 id, 1 *
SOI It 1*
SATURDAY. AUG.   13, 1910,
THE BY-LAW
A 1
the    prii -   met
Mayor Hamilti A Is   Mc-
Kii ■ Bews in  the  1
Hal!     n 1
by-la e the rate]
I . 550,000 over
., The ob«
ject of calling
explained   by Mayor  Hamilton,
stated that thi to be
raised by  the proposed by-law
■
■ the bank and
other items ,vhich  has
:   down   from   one
mcil to anothei- for a  number
of  years,     ll not  in the
inter"-'   I 'h;it this   I
of afl '  *'''■ and on
the city auditor
Mr. Stein, this means was adopted 0 - l""'-r out-
stand '*• - so thai
fun;1 ■ '■     not
have    the    b * f   fil
Ing    thesi ' rdrafta    everj
year.     v. tl teptiona il
was the "pinion of the meeting
that the by-law Bhould be put
before the people for endorsement as a means of placing the
Fruit Market
Kevelsl
f K'M
*
*
"
-
Victi ri 1,    11.   C .   Aug.   I I
"
general     merchandise;     to own, ac-
. ilro and sell any kind of    persi *   1
own, and vote shnres oi
tock, and that      of
. and i"  ■
rned by it, I
other evldi 1  *
- rare tlie  pay-
on *    bj     m
-.     therwtse;
deal in
and  I
■ ■    •■ other heat,
ev    ami
an
*
aw,    in    any
■
•  ■'  ;"*'
Some  People Aint Got  No Sense
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN  NONYMOUS.
world, with power to secure rogls
trillion in* license (rom nny govern
moni i" do business i iy Jurisdiction, as tho linaril of Dlroctors may
ileeui to be to the advantage of the
corporation.                   Iw -Iw.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise, Welch ami A el el I nil (I'rai'-
lonul) Mineral 1 laiui, Minnie in tlie
I'i'oul I.alo' Mining Division of West
Aooieiiay District,
Where located! On Surpiise Greek,
North fork of Liuilo rivei*.
TAKK NOTICK thai I, <>. II. N.
iVllkic, iictiiiR us agent  for William
\.   l''ooii',   V    Miner's   Cerllfioato
M ber 11 1HIHU ami   David Morgnn,
.''.AI.C, Nllinhui' 11 (I-I0W), inten , sixly
lays from date hereof, a applv l.o tho
Hilling Ueeorib-r I'm a I'm lilie, le of
I nipi'iivi'lnt n's,    for    tile    pill'pOl>e   of
ililulnlng 11 Crown Grant or ihe above
'laini.
Ami furlher lakBnotice thai action,
imli'i* Section 87, 11,11st lie commenced
ii'ioie ihe Issiiiince of such Certificate
it' I iiiprovi'iiiehts.
Dated this iiui day of June, A. D„
ituu,
O. II. N. Wn.Kin,
Trout Lake, li. ('-
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Tescher of Voice, Piano nnil Organ
Pupils prepnretl for Toronto Conservatory
ol Music.
1,neal   I'lxaniillatiniis.
Studio:   Second Street
THR  HbYKI.STOKIv
NKW   AND
Second Hid Store
We Buy, Sell or Uxchange
all kinds of Household
Goods,
HIGHEST CASH PRICES  PAID
FOR MEN'S  CAST-OFF
CLOTHluG
8ush Fire Permits
Settlers on Dominiou Mantis can get
peatnits at the Provincial Police officet
Kevelstoke, or any <>i thc Provincial liif
Wardens, provide i they comply witli
Sections 5 and (> of t hapter 84( BusL
l'iitsAcL.
J.   K.   MCl*KAN,
1 dvisioual Warden,
3EMLNT   ELCCKS
MiiiiulnriuTfil fur all mi-Mis uf  buildtugi
mm AND LIME FOR SALE
IRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
(or'vHtle in Ur«e or imall ijnHiitititi
I at Lh* lowest prloti for cub.
\A klndl ut bnildtiid Hint pi.Lstcrlnjt
undtrtaKtOi
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRiDGE
i  i-«!mithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
Life.   Accident  and   Fire
Insurance.
City and Suburban Lots.
llt-pitlenceH.
Full particulars upon np-
plication.
W. B. Robertson
PHONE 73
To Trappers
R.aw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Purs
&OMMMH
I' 'tr ,\fr no dead (lin  lying I
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
ate. iisnl as directed.
All DfuggiiU, Crocen   md  Ceneial   L)r«len
..■II ilnin.
THE    MOLSONS    b^-^K
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 GENERAL DANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohcs.    Interest allowed at highest current rato.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
■■■■»
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
L; ;gage Transferred and General Draying
I urniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
rhono 276 REVELSTOKE, B.C.       NiKht can ti
> mBKIHR 1
Clearing Sale of Boys' Soits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Cults, Size 22 $3 50 to $450 for $2 and $2 50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 CO to   4.75 for   2 and   2.50
4 Suiis, 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, i-j to 33, $5 and $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
J
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arraiifie-ments have
of this Bank
recently been completed under which  Ihe  branches
•re /ible to Issue Didlts on the principal points
in tha following countries:
Anstria-Hon-far-f
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
Egypt
Faru* Istan-u
Finland
Formosa
Franta
Ireland
Iialj
Japan
Fr'ch C^>chIi»-CWna  Java
Germany
G,e»t liriioia
Grec-cr
Holland
ScrlaaJ
lod-a
Manchuria
Mexico
Norway
Persia
Phillipine Islands
Roumania
Russia
Servia
Siam
South Africa
Straits Settli
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indies
and elsewhere
tn
NO   DELA"   IM   ISSUING.
-DLL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH-A.    H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
You   Like   Music
Here is Your Opportunity I
EdiBon's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all kinds of linest 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. Bingham, mgh.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Sr
SATURDAY,   AUG.   13, 1010
TTIE MAILHEEALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page S
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I
look:      i
- O O Iv
AND
READ!
Aotual compnnson of
Eastern (
atalogue ]
rices, Ireigh
added, with
H OWSON'
S
P RIC
Total    Howson's Pri
ES
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
)c delivered
Kitchen Chairs         50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
ii            ii
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet      $6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
u            ii
$9.60
Dining Table          10.55
1651b.
3.87
14.42
it            ii
14.40
Dining Chairs           88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
it            ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand    8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
it            ii
13.00
        1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
ii            ii
14.00
Bed                        3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii            ii
5.20
Bed                        5.3'j
681b,
1.59
6.94
it            ii
• 7.20
Dominion Spring      2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii            ii
4.00
Child's Cot              5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
a            i,
7.20
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
ii            ii
16.50
We make mir profit by fl
ipping in ear
mul lots, t
iereby Bavii
H freight rates
Bring
catalogue giving description
of 11
1 lll'l' nooiln
not Bpeci
ied in ibis
it-t. to our stnr
' nnil we
will prove our statements,
Remember we
deliver goods und net
up free from 1
ireakage,
R.  HOWSON
&
CO
-       1
fcEVELSTOKI
:, 15. C.
tf
1908 • Revelstoke Agricultural Society - 1910
THIRD   ANNUAL
FALL FAIR
Revelstoke, B. C.
SEPT. 6-7,1910
$3,000 In Prizes
Horse Racing. Band Music. Special Rates on CP.R.
Exhibits of Fruit, Vegetables. Poultry. Live Stock. Dairy Products,
Ladies' Work, etc.. specially welcomed. For Prize Lists, Entry
Forms, etc.. or any information regarding railway rates write
to the Secretary.
^
^
ALEX.  McRAE,
President.
R. HOWSON,
Treasurer.
C.  M.  FIELD,
Secretary
IS W 'l-THI
Rocking Down
vs
Shaking
Whicli
Do
You
Prefer?
Look at the man above. He's SHAKING an
ordinary furnace. He bends nearly double, exerts
ail his strength, works up a prespiration, and dets
a sore back.
Now, look at the woman. She stands nearly
erect, gently moves the lever to and fro, a few
inches, and I he ashes are dropped into the Sunshine
ash-pan. This is called ROCKING DOWN. It's
so easy a child can do it.
Which method do you prefer? Why, Rocking
Down, of course.
ii
Go to our agent in your locality. Lot Iiim show you the
many oilier time-saving, labor-saving and fuel-economizing
features of the Sunshina Order him to install the Sunshine
witli a guarantee to heat your home to your entire satisfaction
SClarys
nshine
Furnace
liimlun, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. .lulin, N.n., Hamilton, Calgar
For Sale by Bourne Bros., Revelstoke
y>
I
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged anil Improved.     First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Koorns.
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.   ALBEET     STOHSTE      PROP.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITKD.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    3=1.  O.
Advertise in the Mail Herald
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
All kind*
Reasonable l'rices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Tliinl St. and Robpon Avenue
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, II. 0.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in Itritieli Columbia, overlooking t'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne. .Prop
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avonu
Fruit, Candies, CigarF.Tolmcco.
Meals 35 cenln.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinds nently carried oo
Bicycle and (lun work a specialty
Estimates given on any elasB
of work.
Front     Street.
EXCURSION FARES
Via
To
Industrial and Agricultural
EXHIBITION
August 15th to 20th,  1910
At
VANCOUVER
rickets on Sale Aug. 15th
to 20th; final return limit
August 24th
FARE:     $13.15
Apply 10          i>i write in
A. C.  BROOKER C.  D. FOSTER.
Agent, A.G.P.A.,
Revelstoke Vancouver
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
Horse, Cattle, Dog and
Poultry Sliow
Agriculture and Machinery Kx-
lilblU, Trotting and Pacing Events
Aug. ISth to Aug. Ill
(inclusive)
Tuesday, Aug, I6tli will be
i' uiada Home Oaj when Su Wilfrid Laurier will open the Exhibition.
Wednesday Ladies' and Chip
dren'a Day.
Thursday   Merchants' Day.
Friday   Americans' Day.
Saturday   Labor Daj,
Bands ot Music
Decorated Streets
Special rates on all reihvnyi and
steamboats trom all polnti
JAMES ROY
Manager,      -      Vancouver, B.C.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PROF. A. DE FEO
Residence, Second Street
Telephone—202
Having been encaged ;is music teacher
ast year in Victoria College and having
been obliged to come back to Revelstoke
ow othor business, 1 wish to start in this
city an Academy of Music, lit ting students
for their examinations to the Conservatories of Europe*
RULES  AND CONDITIONS
I. Lessons will start on September \.
After ihis date lessons will k° on from
the firsl to the last day of each consecutive month during the year, excepting
July, when a vacation will be given.
2.—Tho course that will be taught contains three grades, and at tho ond of each
grade a diploma will be given*
3.—All books will be given by teacher*
4 —Prospective pupils aro advised not
to take a course loss than a year.
5.—Pupils wishing to discontinue must
give a month's notice or a full fee will be
charged*
t> —Lessons not received at the appointed lime must be forfeited*
7.—No lessons given on public holidays.
8.-Public performances will bo encouraged) but on no account will pupils
be allowed to take part without first obtaining permission oi theirteacher*
9.—Final examinations start middle ol
June.
TBRMS:
For two hours per week* $5 per month;
(or one hour per week, $.1 per mouth;
I larmony and counterpoint, one lesson,
$5 per month, for tWO lessons per week,
$10 por month.
A free lesson will be given all pupils
once a month for the vocal division of
music time.
PROF.  A.  DE FEO.
Pox 157 Telephone 202.
Object to Survey
Vancouver, Auk. 9-—A battle royal
involving the right ol tlie Canadian
Northern Railway to huild it* Une on
a portion of the right-ol-way cl the
Canadian Paoifio Uailway on the
shelving hank* of the Fraser and
Thompson rivers is impending. It
will he fought out here before the
Hoard ol Kailway Commissioners at its
sitting here ou September 6 Eminent
ounsal havo been retained by both
sides.
The Canadian Pacific Kailway ha*
entered a general protest against tie
application ol Messrs. Mackenzie and
M.i mi (or approval I the route of the
Canadian Northern Uailway at two
different points. The first is Ior a
seven-mile section on the Thompson
Uiver and the other is (or a ten-mile
stretch on the Krs/.er. The Canadian
l'acitie objects to the proposed line
paralleling its own roadbed. In the
lirst instance the dispute relatis to the
right-of-way   Irom      l.ytton    up    the
Thompson River.   Krom  l.ytton the
Canadian Pacific line follows the i at
bank of the Kraser to Cinco bridge,
where it crosses lo the nest bank
winch is lollnwed in all its sinuosities
for sixty or seveuty miles.
1 u its protest to the railway board
ihe Canadian Pacific Uailway declare*
that* approval of the application ol
the other road to infringe on it*
right of-way in tbe two disputed
ectious referred to will involve dsngtr
to its own line, The Canadian Northern has located its route adjacent to
but below tbe grade ol the older
ine. In its bill ol particulars the
Canadian Pacific states iu the first
place that there is not sufficient room
;• two parallel lines on the precipitous banks oi tbe two riven. It ia
pointed out that the building of the
Canadian Northern grade will seri-
lusly menace tbe slopes of the other
company's roadlcd and lhat the
older company when removing rock
slides would be compelled in any
event to dump the rooky boulder*
below on to the tracks ot the other
road, there being no other cheap
method of getting rid of hundreds oi
tons of rock that falls at certain
seasons of the year.
ln order to be in a position to enjoy
expert independent advice, Mr. George
A. Mountain, ohief advisory engineer
ti the Uailway Board, has come west
to examine the right of-way now in
dispute. He arrived from Ottawa
to-day and is a guest at tbe Hotel
Vancouver. Mr. Mountain will leave
for the scene at the end of this week,
after examining new bridges recently
built Jalong the line of the E. 4 N.
Uailway between Victoria and Na-
n liinii.
©hanaoan Collcoc
5ummertan&, B.C.
COURSES   FOR   I9IO-1I
Preparatory; High School; Two
Vear* University; Business, In-
cluding Stenography and Typewriting; Piano; Vocal.
Separate residences for young
men and young women.
Well epulpped gymnasium.
P'ai.i. Ti.i.-m (in \s Si i-r. 21,
lin Calendar ami further particular* address Ihe Prim Ipal
EVERETT    W.    SAWYER.
NOTICE.
The   public   of  lliiiisb   Columbia and
-rftoraare cordially invited to  meel  the
iglil   Honourable   Sir Wilfrid   Lnurici
. C. M. ('..,!'. v..   Premier ol Canada,
a public reception lo ba tendered bj
i- Premier ami members of Ihe Exci n
to Council ol iin* Government of ltrit,-.!i
olumbin in lhe Parliament Rulldings,
Iclorin  on Wednesday,  Iho   I7ib  Inst,
9 p.m.
HENRY ESSON YOUNG,
Provincial Secretary,
Keep World's Peace
London, Aug. 9.—Under the leader-
'hip ol Maurice Hewlett, novelist,
-tociologist and labor unionist, a movement to form a workingman's international antiwar trginiiation is
rapidly materializing. Hewlett, in
irencbaut articles in tLe Londoi
press outlines tbe theory ibst all
tinam ial aid to the warring nations
will bo renewed if a world strike of tl a
unions would go into effect upon tbe
declaration ol war. Without fund*,
war, Hewlett asserts, would be impossible.
Thc labor union* of the British Isle*
are centering their energies towsrd a
consummation of this scheme. They
are communicating with other labor
boJh s throughout the world and
particularly in the United State*.
Distinct approval has met these
advances, and in all probability a call
for a universal workwomen's peace
congress soon will be issued by the
English advocates ol the movement.
The government is closely watching
the progress made by Hewlett and bi*
associates.
nnnncra Kerry, Wash., will "go
dry" next month, and the council of
Hint town in order to maintain tho
revenue required for local necessities
will increase the license charge* collected Irom all ImaincsscH conducted
in the town by thirty per cent. Tbla
waa one feature ol the case that did
not i-ui'ci-st itself tu the business Interests when thc wct-or-dry vote was
before them,
Moving Picture* tonight.
Ifnvins Picture* To-nigM.
FOR SALE—One Drown Mare, 15.10
pounds, nine years old, ln foal,
$175. One Day Mare, 1500 pounds,
nine years old, (225.—Apply to A.
J, McDonell, Hotel Revelitoke. wt I
TtiE MAIL-HERALD UEVELSTOKE, B. C.
SATURDAY, AUG- 13, 1910.
rP. I KDLD-UP
Gill Haney is Arrested at Los
Angeles, California
Lob ANOEI.EB, Ual., Aug. 10.—Late
last night a wire was received from
Dillon, Montana, stating that Hiil
Haney, the desperado, wanted lor
impeded participation in the hold up
ul the C.l'.H. express in tbe mountains near DuckB, H.C , June 22, 1009,
hnd been arrested.
Dill and his brother Dave have lind
a hard name at Ciilaluisas, where thry
were horn, and the authorities were
relieved when they went further afield.
At the time ot the robbery tho po-
liceooncentrated in a rapidly narrowing circle, until a week later Const.
Decker challenged two men in a boat
on the river at Ashcroft. The men
came ashore aud an interchange ot
shots killed both the conslahle and
one bandit. The remaining bandit
stripped the clothes of everything thnt
might lead to indentificntion, and
wnlked away in sight of scores of spectators who dared not interfere. The
body was subsinuently identified as
that of Dave Haney, and Dill wiib
later recognized by a holidaying journalist hiding in the vicinity of home.
He again got away to be again caught
last night.
Corporation of tlio City of
Revelstoke
FOR SALE
City property in arreava for taxes
up Initial Dec.', 1008, will be sold at
Puhlio Auction at the Oity Hall at 2
o'oloek p.m. on   Sal unlay,    Sept.    Hid
proximo,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Jy-3l lin Collector.
Pioneer in a Sad State
The news that William Perdue, one
ol tbe very old timers of this district,
has been pronounced demented by a
Seattle court, will he rend with melan
choly interest by many in Nelson,
says the Nelson Daily News. "Billy"
Perdue was a well known figure in
this district as early as 1886 and was
about Kevelstoke in connection with
CP.R. construction. lu early days
here he ran the butchtr shop now
oonducled by P. Duma nnd company
being a partner ol W. .1, Wilson
Early iu the 'JO's he li d mail con
tmctB in the winters between Marcus,
Wash., and Nelson. He was one ol
the first men to take cattle into Daw-
bou City, and on one trip was hung up
on the Yukon river lor a long period.
He took cattle in three limes. Alter
returning (rom the north he ran n
paekiug establishment in Spokane lor
two years. He left Nelson about ten
years ago, becoming interested in
some mining properties at IuBslmid.
The dispatch  announcing  I.is present condition is as follows.
William  Perdue, a   pioneer of   Ihe
North, oue ol the lirst men to go over
tbe   old   Chilkoot    Pass, and   said to
have been tbe  lirst man to take cattle
into Dawson  alter the Klondike rush
sat with   bowed   head and uocompre
bending   mind    while   he    was   pro
nounced   demented   belore   Commis
sinner Robert H. Lindsay,
Perdue was picked up by tl
last week while sitting on a lumber
pile in the lower pait ol the city He
was unable to give his name or .
o' residence and wa- sent to the muni
cipal hospital. He came to settle
from Long Beach. Cal . a lew days ago.
O d IricLds who accompanied him to
court, said that he had a wife and
daughter in this city, but that Bi
trace of them could be found.
Dominion  Lands
Railway Belt of British Columbia
The dale I'm- the coming into force
of the new regulations has been
changed.   A new date will be sel later.
Until i'ui'tluT notice no entries to be
granted in the New Wcstininsler district and east of Kange lit, west of
sixth meridian inclusive.
P. ti. KEYES,
Secretary.
Ottawa, June SO, IMO.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Lund District.
District nl West Koolenay.
Take notice that I, Julia A. Simpson, nf Arrowhead, occupation married woman, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands :
Commencing at a posi planted at
lhe south-east corner nf Lot NilOO,
I hence wesl III chains, thence soul li 7
chains more or less to lake shore,
thence along lake shore to point of
commencement,
Dated June 20th. UUU,
ly -J Und JULIA A. SIMPSON.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District,
District of West Kootenay,
Take nolice lhat   I,   tt, Mi'liiiliran of
Arrowhead, li.i'., occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described hinds:
Commencing at   a   posi   planted ut
the Nnrthwesl   cornel   of   Lot   sii'.ll,
llieuce su chains wesl: thence00chains
north to T.  L. 10070; thence 80 chains
east along the line ul T.L. liiUTil to the
Lake  shore; thence  along, the  lake
shore to point of commencement, containing Imn hundred and eighty acres
more or less.
Emv vim .Mi Qaiikan.
Arrowhead, B.C., June 28th, IDlO.
jlj 23 2m
Big Ranch Sold
Merritt, B.   0.,   Aug.   9,—Il    - •■•
ported   oo   go* il   authority   that the
pi perties of  the Douglas Lake I ■
Cjinpany   have   be, n sold to P. Hum*
| Co, lor a ram Mid ■■    ■  I    ■
There is   in ali 16 ')<si icrei ol   land a
large portion ol which is ubdei
vatic,n, and   lbe   cuttle i.un.i -*i  12,000
head.     P.   Hums   A   Co. have
seeking   this property  (or lome time,
and   it   was   only   a few montl
that J.   B.  tireaves refused an i tl' r . [
11,000,000.    The Douglas  Lull.- Cat) I
company's   ranch is one of the largest
cattle ranches in tbe province.
NOTICK.
in the matter ol an application tor
the iseue ol a duplicate Certificate i i
Title to Lota s and 9, Bh ck 17, To«n
nl Kevelstoke, Map 636A.
Notice is hereby given that it is my
intention to issue at the expiral
Dth   ailer the  !:r.-t   publ    ll
hereof, a duplicate ol   the Certificate
cl Title to the at* ■■■ ed li t- ;•
the   name  ol   John  K. Taylor, which
iti   ia dated I  *  11th    I M.i'.
1903, and number I 238-5 \
..   .
Land Keizie'
Nelson B.C 25,
NOTICE.
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mlseii owing de-
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the    *
h mis pre-empti
Kootenay  Dial rict,   B.(    and marked
id wai d   Hal
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Dated
Y.n: i    - :   i.i,,
oil: 1   80d Hi    II
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC,
Moving I'jcturen tonight<
Moving Picture  to-night,
NOTICE I!
Having removed my office
from tlie Pagel Supply Company
to the office of the Revelstoke
General Agencies, Limited, all
orders lefl there will be promptly
executed.
,i. i'. Sutherland,
Successor to
Phone-12. LAV. 13. PAGET.
'I'h.it ii  i  meel ing held  hv
it
rh.il    ■ In*    public    he li
i iv   **i   Spptembei
1910,   intil the  l
lhe pi Ice of in11k will ulvani e to eight
n  the doll *    nf  III .is
i efore   on       *  ml  of I he   lontinued
dl J    weal hei    .ind    I lie   llilil    pi     .-
nd feed I he coming winter.
1 hal milk w ill In- delivered only nnce
*      nd I hal ill   iei ounl    must  be
sipiared once *i moni h.   * S gned
Thos, l.ewi.,      \. Plfificreta
P    P   onl fl    \. II: 1
/   Bandi i i A. i.. Carl nn
Hugh lv II. Smythe
NAP i'i"* Ro *ni'"i i fousa and
Lot for sale with [furniture, no
reasonable otter refused,—Apply to
a. Tivin, Second Street, east.
KOIt BALK   Fresh Cow,  to be Bess
nt   Revelstoke Bawmill Company,
Dig Eddy, D. O.
lAlT'-^^.^WflMW'^^
IMBii	
BUILD UP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET
AT
cTVIAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock gf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
c^TVIenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
cy4.ccount 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 SATURDAY, AUG. 13. 1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
Page B
The Elevator is in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage of it to
get to the Bargains in tho
Drygoods Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Boys' Wask Suit
These Small Boys' Suits spell coolness
nnd comfort for the active little fellows.
Only a few days till school opens now,
better secure one or two of these wash
suits while they are on the Bargain slide.
Monday at
Only $1.00
Hair 0
h
air uniaments
Ilnir Ornmnents are among the best sellers these days. The styles of Hair Dressing demand a lot of accessories—Braid
Pins, Buckles, Birrets, Side Combs, etc.
Come and view tha new ones.
Black Peau de S
oie
20 inches wide, Bonnet's French make all
pure silk, stamped by the maker every
yard. You have the maker and C. B.
Hume & Co. behind this silk $1.25 goods
For 75c.
Wkite Emkroid
mDroiaenes
All required the year round for dainty
under muslins, frocks, etc. You will be
interested in this clearance of all-our
best Edgings and Insertions. They are
put up in convenient lengths at one-third
to one-half less than regular.
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 have 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 tl e 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 Pineapples on hand.
New Fall Suits
The new Fall Suits and Coats are commencing lo make their appearnnop. A
visit to the department is well worth any
lady's time who wants to see what is
worn. On the trains these days you can
see many people direct from the cities.
Fancy Waists
When too cool for a Lingerie Waist what
would be nicer than a Silk or Fancy
Lace or Nett wait. There is always a
touch of distinction about dressy waists
like these—a little ceremony you know.
A good selection around
$5.00
Baky Coats
Mothers are always pleased to see the
ewdl Baby Coats and Robes. This lot of
Cafhmere Coats has just enough brier
etit :hing and embroidery to be right at
$3.90
Felt Hats at a Price
A real, genuine bargain in Men's Felt
Hals. That is what we are putting on
for the coming week. A large range of
the present season's blocks and colors,
both soft and stiff shapes. There iB not
one hat in the bunch which is worth less
than $2.50. Just take a look at our McKenzie Avenue window and be convinced
of tlie value of this bargain. Don't be
too late in looking them over for they
can't last very long at the price.
REMEMBER—All up-to-date blocks and
shades, and the price
$1.50 each
Small Skoes at
Small Prices
This week we put one hundred pairs of
small shoes on the table at 1)5 cents.
They are practically all gone. About
forty pairs more have been added and
until   to-night  the  price will remain at
95c. per pair
Kindly do not ask us to send out theso
shoes on approval as we will be compelled
to refuse.
We are giving our Special
attention to Fresh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and see the assortment.
House Furniskings
Lace Curtains and Curtain Goods
Just arrived an extra choice lot of the
very newest creations, in Lace and Fine
Net Curtains in' White, Ivory and Ecru,
choice Nets and Madras Muslin. Ask to
see tho new Scrim Curtains.
mi
if
Protecf
your curtain*
aad draperies by ujinjf
a BI55ELL
Carpet Sweeper
Carpets and Carpet Squares
We are offering special values in Web
Carpet made up*to fit. Some very dainty
and arti -tic designs.
Our range of squares is choice in every
respect, iucluding—Axminsters, Wiltons,
Brussels, Tapestrys, Velvets and Ingrains,
a new iot just arrived, which we are
offering at prices which will make them
go quickly.
Iron Beds. Mattresses and
Bedding
We have a full line of Iron Beds ranging
in price from $8 to $25. It will pay you
to examine these goods.
Health Krand Mattresses, all sizes in
four qualities. Thc best medium and
low priced mattress on the market.
Vegetables
Fresh  Vegetables   arriving    daily,   the
finest on the market.
Get   Hume's   Prices
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the store on
the Ground Floo-r, is proving a
convenience. We have a fine
" Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine Bteel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ««-■ Arrowhead
MAIL, TELEPHONE, or SEND
your Orders! Send tbe children
to the Store ! Come yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for OrderB. No Order
loo large or too small for us to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get the best of attention.
MMHMWMI • ■■■■■ r.-iee 8
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C
SATURDAY,:AUG. 13, 1010 J
r
REID &
50 Dozen Ladies* All Wool Cashmere Hose.     Reg.
40c.   Now 25c. Per 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 I shall sell at Public Auction on
Saturday the 3rd day of September, A.D.. 11)10, at the City Hall,
Revelstoke, B. C., at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the 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 Revelstoke, this 30th day of July. A.D., 1010.
BRUCE   A.    LAWSON,
Collector for thc Corporation of tho City of Revelstoke.
Birth
- RD?—At Revelstoke, B. C , on
Friday, Aug. 12, to Mr. and Mtb.
VV. A. Sturdy, a daughter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Soldiers of tbe I'nited States arc
fighting forest tires in the faniouB
Yellowstone I'ark.
A large colony of Itevelstoke citizens are spending their holidays at
Victoria Fark, on the Bum mi t of Mt,
Revelstoke.
The jails of l.cs Angeles are full of
striking laborers thia week on charges
ot violating the ordinances against
picketing
A union picnic ol the Methodist,
Presbyterian, and Baptist Sunday
schools is tekiug place to-day at
Columbia Park.
t'rantiri.ok gave its baseball team a
public reception ou Wednesday evening. The team flayed eleven games
u.:- lesson without a mi gle loss.
Nugget Gold Mine stock sold on the
Vancouver Stock Exchange on Tuesday at $\ 35 per share, tlia highest on
record, an advance ol 11 cents in ;i few
hours.
Don'l [ail t i remember tbat Herbert
B. Bigelt W, of CinciniiRtii, will lectuie
on " I'ublic Ownership ol Public1
i sllities in tbi Edison Theatre early
in September.
The annual meeting of the Revel-
II -; .;... Society will t.c held in
t ie City Hi Tuesday, August 16th,
,: 6 p.m. \V. D, Armstrong, Sec-
.-* tary aug, 10 2
The-   Ladl -    ki the  Methodist
rl ' iving  held a  iucci ---
ial i n Thursday evening.
The pri-ceeds lor afternoon and  even-
:l*; amounted t* |95,
.-ii hauling a load of furniture
n the Den bridge took fright and
ran away ou Thursday night. No
;•:■ :. sil .:.,'.red i-ut the furniture
was damaged by being thrown out of
tbe « ■*. •   the street.
A mule - death wa» the cause  of a
.  -.       i lot ol depositors,
.n   8i Qtb   h nlsville,   Kentucky, on
\Ve»i: We take a run mi
the bir.k   •      .-      iy  aud we haven't
seen n >     f   Billy  Flemlog'a mules
.round dead on thc streets.
May r W. I  Qayn r    I   Ni * York,
wb •   by  .'  J.  il.ilUglier,  a
disci - . ployee ol thai  ■
reco-i* Iron   ii-   *  undl  and is
eij*et.,:  I     I*. Mr   '■ iy-
i. r wai ird    '■ ol tbi   At
liner- whi n
he :
it   I'M. ' .   i a        I
t i   :' ileaa) I io  the city
onTI ■
A:r »,'.• ad   ai ■   I   ** i-   I i
this morning's  train.   On 1
Mr. Mc<> «an  | iti   in  sxamio il li d
i i almut eight ap] II Ini • rs.
Mr.   Mc<> iwhi, -    territory   extendi
I: rn Vat cover to Lsgunn and on all
branch lines leading Inun tl e main
line   I tbi  O.P.B.
P U li IT Y
FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if 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  ANU  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
Moving Pictures to-night,
The school trustees' convention tor
tbe province will be held at   Kelowna
next month.
Ji e Hans, the famous o il in i1 |
let, died on Wednesday at   his  hone
in Baltimore, ol consumption
Entry forms fur tbe Labor Pay
Sportsoan in' bad /iftir Monday fr m
tbe Labor Day Bp irts oommittee
Win Burn, ol 11 lUme It- - has
purchased the residence of Frank
Bennison on the north side ol the
track.
Two  men   charged   with indecent
assault on two young girls were
teuccd   to   six   months   in   gaol  by
Judge Forin yesterday in  the ^peeri;
Trials Court.
The women ol  the   tenth
trict   were   up    before    tbe
magistrate mi   Friday   charged   with
g liquor witbi ut a lici i -■■
iei am mnted to $431
The ti urist traffic is taking
pt p rtii ds   Yi itetday afteri **
trains  went oul
station  •■
B7 -.   ne r  with 1-1
c-in ami re (Uli    S
'.,,-;   ill   it an
■
popull
the arrival ol I''   M  Iln an   ..
* ild Country  il . ■
with * »il H   I ■-
indi ird   *l
.
Intersil     I
oard bas been elected and  i
ire   I" log   irr.«: ged   (or  among
rarioua  tus I be  Arrow
Lakes and i ,-■ •■ ird up the valleys to
dummit.
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
11 Cunningham-Morris left Thurs
day .ui a lulid iy trip to ;     C  is
Mrs. Charles Hislop ami r,-n of
M Be Jaw sre -, s ting Mrs. W. A.
Sturdy.
s sho - il ir Miller returni d tr.
tbe cily on Thursday niter a visit to
Victoria.
H J   Bews   >ft   il-        -   I r tbe
ASSESSED  OWNER
Armstrong, Win. (20 acres)
Adair, K. 15.... (Oaaures}..
Bell, Miss A. M	
Bollagarde. s.
Beck, liv. 11. .
Barber, J. Ony
Ooughlln, Mrs,
Doll, L. II. ...
I) ItllDl'l', N. .    .
II     I'.
Elson, Mrs. W	
Fraser, D.F,(house, govt.Id)
Fleming, W.(houso CPU Ml
Fulton, James	
Graham, Walter.
Gowing, A. G.
(liiiamli, M. (shaek.OPR Id)
Gn Hick, Joe.. "        "
Hansen, A. O. (I	
Hamilton, William	
Hedstrom, Gus 	
Henderson, I1	
Qnpgood, H. J. ihouse)
Johnson, August
Kcrnaghau, John
Lane. Bertha   	
.Menotte, M..
.Mill-ton, James
Miller, Mrs. Esthei
Monotfp, f\cm ..
McCarty, F. i house at.
Nicol, \V. T.	
Pool, Wm. a
(llOIISP)
111 mill
I.'I
11
12
11
•22
1
5
4
14
15
8
I)
villa I
8
I)
1
2
T
I
Ili
17
20
211
18
Hi
nl.i. H
.'ill
80
7
211
2!I
11
10
III
1
1
uhl.II
17
17
17
60
50
7
89
:«l
12
A
27
II
0
Porter. T. H. M.   .
Sunnier, 11. J.
Smi 'i, Mrs. M. A.    .
S'iaii"o\v, M.s. L. J. .
Skinner, T.i villa lot 50,
Solloway, Alt'. E.
I ae)
Sinlll-X,  II. li.
S'ncey, Mrs. I
s am n-i, .Mis-
0 12
"8
12
1
Nj in
0
11
12
21
s a.   ^m	
Turner, .lim. A '•'
Vagan, I'   lund b, of 14k M)
Vandiill, F. estate       .       .    .     4
Will' ■. Francis K.       .      -       12
Wm drow, .I.i-. I.     .       . B
.       . li
Woolsey, 1115 acres)
Wilkinson, Ed. (house)
Walfh, A. K. D.       .       - 2
Freeman.   J.   M.   P.    Villa lol   18,
Sec. 27, Tp. 23
ll.un-1*, .1.i'ih-   S.I-;.   *.   ui   Sec.  85,
Tp. 23, 160 acres ,
See.27
17
2
See 27
33
0
A
2(1
20
22
Y\
ii
ii
)e llmiuenl
Statutory
Taxes anil
Interest to
Dec. 81, 'OS,
5 W
Costs and
Expenses
2 211
2:1 ill
8 Hi
7 7(1
2 38
21) 73
3 03
311 II
3 52
80 62
8 ."i2
li III
2 32
58 111
1 01
10 81
2 84
6  18
2 2.")
7 77
2 88
18 11
2 1)11
II 72
2 48
1   II
2 1)7
22 77
3 18
37 III
3 88
20 72
3 (13
33 tit)
3 08
Hi 46
2 1)7
12 32
2 (il
12 32
2 (11
05
2 05
1 07
2 IU
1  15
2 20
51   13
1 72
is 58
1   12
11 72
2 IS
13 im
2 08
in mi
2 50
2 (HI
2 '0
12 HI
2 (il
25 00
3 80
ll 72
2 18
111 HI
1  III
IS 111
1 40
12 '.Hi
2 (II
1 77
2 ID
2 !Hi
2 H
7 77
2 38
.1 IS
2 2.")
7 08
2   ID
II 64
2 17
3 7.")
2.18
2D 73
3 I'3
1(1 81
2 SI
7 31
2 311
2( i 22
3 31
2 00
2 13
.-> 88
2 21)
11 11
2 7D
ll 71
2 18
21 28
3 21
27 ."il
3 37
45 21)
11 hi
',:
8
50
II
II
1(1 84
;> 17
I 78
102 15
II (IS
28 51
12 31
7 17
li 88
37  13
ID itlf
IU 05
2 St
2 2.")
2 OS
7 12
2 4")
8 42
2 (II
2 31
3 85
TOTAL
AMOUNT
nn*:
8 23
211 50
10 II
23 7(1
33 illi
31 III
8 SI
08 88
I!) (iS
7  lil
10 15
21 DI
12 2D
3 DI
2."i DO
41 52
23 7,")
37 37
22 I'j
11 01
11 113
2 70
3 77
0 ;'->
50 lo
63 DO
12 20
Ili 28
12 ."ill
t  11)
15 68
20 20
12 20
,-.| 45
62 ."ill
I.'i no
3 87
r> id
10 15
7 18
10 38
12 'll
6 03
23 70
III (IS
I) 70
27 n
1 73
8 17
10 81
12 22
27   10
30 HI
•ni :r>
11 ."id
111 08
7 42
3 R0
KM 57
11 63
31 03
II H2
ll 62
ll 22
ID 98
13 OS
10 80
Mr
Cooling Drinks
PtfillAH SHERBET rnnkol tht mokl ftallKtlt
fui cooiini( drink   10c   pound holds.
UMOMot Pcxotn   3sc  •tin.
ErriRVESCENT   PMEH01PHTH/HE.M   n    upCCInl
laiati****.
unoionH EfFEBVtSCrNT for Sidney trouble
EPSOM    SUIT   IfrtHVUCMT.  SMIfMflll   fo
Bews' Drug Store
M.«i  Hume fli'i>
Snaps in Real Estate
Four-room cottage, H6-II i it lot 11,010
Sevan-room bouse 3 lots fnr 17,01)0
Apply       It   HOWBOS.
Mm ii,,- l'i 1 nn-   I o-night.
Uetcu* prices on some carpel squ trci
at Howson's.
12-lt linoleums at Howson's.
Early harvest spples Blbt (oi 25a al
Mr I ntyres
New sli clt ol iron beds mid uniltim
III al UoWIOU'f,
rill B] e:.ii i  * n.n
-   Ilr'i'luy.
Q W  Bell md   . It   in  Fri-
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n.
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shingle -tale:
Miss  i
Mr. and   M
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lir.   U     il
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Iiy fur i
Mr. McMi   ... and   Mrs    McM
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loan
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Bouroi
iii' i,, is i
'..it* i
Bostool     ent 1
•ay east to Calgaiy,
where he Laurier
un.l bis     irty and iei
i in Un ir trip throng),   British
Columbia,
Kriink iv Uigot, win. inij just been
transferred Irom the Revelstoke branoh
ol i ie* i lanadian Bank ol ' lommeioe to
irrivml in NellOO
od Tuesday night, t" pny a Hlmrt viHit
io his parents, Mr. and Mrs E V.
(iigot.—Nelson News,
DRESSMAKER—Miss  Smith, dress-1 leust  one-tenth in value of the real
maker      Businets  hours 10 to B  property within the corporate limits
McKei tie Vve I"' ""■*     ^ "'■ "eveltitoke as shown on
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
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Corporation of the City of
'I hi«   evnniiiK   two nice cucumbers
lur 16c »t Meliityres,
Alto Supper Me, No. 32
The rush to our "After Supper Sales" is
greater than ever, and our customers are
more than pleased with the wonder fit Ily low
prices on first-class Roods. Last Saturday
night was a record one, but we expect this to
beat it. We offer nothing: but seasonable
fresh goods. No old stock, but just what you
need at the present time. These Roods are
on sale from 7 p. m. until closing. Please do
not ask for them on Monday, as the prices
are only given on Saturday nio;ht.
Guaranteed Kid Gloves
This is a chance you will not often get. A full slock
of Pcrt'iu's and Fowue's Gloves, black, white, brown,
tan, etc'. Every pair guaranteed. Regular .$1.50 Gloves.
After Supper Stile Price $1.00.
Fine H. S. Handkerchiefs
The new lines just to hand. One made of line crossbar, different sizes of checks, and neat, narrow hemstitched harder, 10c. The other is a fine sheer lawn, with
open work stitching, 3 for 25c.
Ladies' Fine Stockings
Fine Cotton, lisle finish, black, white and tan, in
sizes 8*i to 10. Regular 25c. and 30c. goods. Saturday
night, 3 pairs for 50c.
One Dollar Parasols
Your choice of any parasol we have left at $100.
will pay you to buy at this price for next summer.
It
We cannot mention one quarter of the goods on
which we are making special prices. Come in and see fo1'
yourself. You will be surprised at the range and quality
of our stock, and still more surprised at the money-saving
opportunities.
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WHEN  YOU WANT
Good Bread
— and you Bhould insist upon netting ||„. |„.,st a(; an
times—get ours. Our reputation for good bread is not
the result of chance. Our custodiers are satisfied that
ours is the most satisfactory bread tbey can buy.
'1 .y it ami you will become a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread,
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Corporation of llic
Uevelstoke.
BY l,\ W Mi.
ily of
\  i:
Iiy (In- M eipal ( "i |' i il mi.  il i lm
i    *..*    *,,,*  * •
fifty   'lum antl   dollai      -' ill IK l) i.n
]    li**!* llry '"< I   I ill  *     'I     III'
' 'inin i  list, 11)09, uiul 11 spenses
nf ti-, ti Ing i he debentures,
VVbei i as, i pel ii imi hn i been pt b
i-nii il in iln- Municipal (louncll of tho
i hi pui .ii nm uf iln- iii.v nl Kevelstoke,
•igucd  iiy Uie assessed owners ol al
the last Revised Assessment ltoll of
the said city, requesting that a by-law
In* Introduced for the purpose of authorizing the borrowing by the said corporation of the sum ol fifty thousand
dollars ($50,1 (l)foi the pin poses above
mentioned;
And Whereas, the whole amount of
iin* ratable real nroperty within the
-aiil ( it >■ ul Reve.stoke according to
the lasl revised assrB«menl inll nl the
mil iii j is nne million nine hundred
nut nm- i Imn --uiil i wo hundred and
lixteen dollars (81,801,210)1
And Whereas, it «ill bo nccessevy
■', raise nnnualiy by spei lal rate sufficient therefor tbe sum uf two thousand   iiim'   hundred  mnl    fi   ty-th' ee
il  i, ii *. .mil i im i *, ri ii)s im paying the
mi ill-la and Interest then on;
Now 'I in n )""■ i be Municipal Council of I be ( "i pnral i I  i lif < 'iiy of
nice I'i'ii nii'ti ing assembled
i     l:   li .li in* l iu'1,1 i,,i  ihe  Mayi i
in poral li ii nl I In- t'n y of Him ■
,*l .ii.l,'   in )i"i nm "ii i he 'i i'liu "i i in*
mill i t.i poi .ii li i i hi   (lil y ni Itevel
-inki* lij wayofdels iresheieinafter
uii-iit inin il  inin an) i "i i'ii, pei ions,
tn in.   l.'.t. \    i   i.tiiin . i"i pi r* -   " li .
may lie witling lo -uiv uni- the same
* :i  .i   urn 1*1 iii"in*y iml  *     ■ ■ il
i be   whole   the   sum of fifty
■ ind to '■"' -'■ all such
al • il 'ii'i i• ifiu-il in be paid
in   .' In- hands of I he Tren nu m ol    he
■ I the ( ii y "i  Revelstoke
iii he  pin i•"-'■ and with 11 bjecl
■ii* ntii ni 'I.
■    i    :■ ill be l iwful foi  the   ll lyot
nl i hi    i'i ' "i p *i '* "i  i lie Cily ol
unrulier nl
i"   in "l**. . 11. mi ii nnd
i.  t.i i
i,* i'-|'iii. il lm tho pm i
bou i\ i-i . i he
i nf fifty thousand dnllai   mid i u li
•!i-t,i-l.l in i'   -.Iml) he   f"i  I Im*     i'n nl  ■
I. ili-tien
Iui      ball lis  '*il' 'I w it li  t he ipal  ol
the  -uiil  Ch pni.iti.ii   ,.|   tin*  ( l(y ,,l
■ k" and -imll lie -iniie I by the
M ,i in mnl ( Inrk I Ini' -I
I lie   tniil di'lii'lit llli-H    shull    Iii'iii
Hi,   ,1 .It*   of    lit    H|.|ili'iHhei,  1910, nml
■h 'it lie pi v iiilf In fifty yeai fi nm
tin- said dato In lawful money nf ('.in
nil ii i in-\iui nn*. li.ink ni Kevelstoke
lit r uni. n im h Huul place ol nny-
ineiii   shall  tu- designated bydsMD-
Public Notice
Is hereby given that we have fruit jars, daily
arrival of fruits, also frontline pickling vinegar and pickling spices, etc.
Any two articles in our Crocory Whitlow at 25c.
McIntyre  & Son
lures, and said dehenturas shall have
Ittached In them coupons for the paynienl nf inleresl and lho signatures to
lhe interest counons may bo written,
printed, stnmpcd nr lithographed,
I. The i-nid debentures shall beat
Interest at the rata uf flve (5) pei cen
turn per annum from the dato tht reof,
whicli Interest shull In* payable semi
annually at the office of the Motions
I i.ink nt Revelstoke aforesaid on llie
i il day of Mnroh and on the 1st day of
Ni pteinlii i    iei lively   in   eaeh anil
imh year during the currcnoy of the
said debentures, and it shall be ex*
pressed In said coupons and debentures tn tie BO,
5,   li shall he lawful for the Mayor
"I 11 aid  ('rn piiialiim of  Iln' City nf
Itevelstoke tn negotiate ami sell lhe
-iiii ih-1H*i11 lues in any <<r ilii'in for less
i lim par, Iml In no ease shall the saiil
debentures oi any nf theut be suiii for
li'ss than t*'*i per centum of their face
value Including the cost nf negotiating
and site, brokerage and all necessary
expenses.
il. There shall be levied and raised
during each year during thi currency
nf the s.iei debentures the sum nf two
thousand flve hundred dollars for the
payment of Intoresl and four hundred
mnl forty-three dollars and thirty
i .-nis. fm tin- payment of the said debl
under the saiil debentures by a special
rata sufficient therefoi on all lhe ratable real property In tbe saiil Munich
p .lity of tin- city of Revelstoke,
7. li shall be lawful for the Municipal Oounoll of tbe Corporation nf the
(iiyui Revelstoke to re-purchase any
[of the 'uiu debentures upon smh twins
as iii.iy he agreed upon   with tbe legal
holder or holders thereof, either at the
iii f sale,   or  at  any  subsequent
lime, ami -ill debentures so re-purchased shall he forthwith cancelled nr
destroyed, ami un re-lssuo nf debentures shall be mode Inconsequence of
i.urli re-purchase,
k, This by-law shall lake afreet on
on and after the S7tb day of August,
A, I)., 1910,
ll.    This   by-law   i.Imll,    hefore    the
final passing thereof receive the assent
ofthe ratepayers of the Corporation
nf the (ily of Kevelstoke, according to
the provisions nf and according lo anil
iii the manner prescribed by tne "Mu*
ninipal Glauses Act."
Read a first time 1Kb August, 1910,
Head a second time llih Augual,
lllll)
Read a third time and passed witli
the unanimous consent of tlie Council
Uth August, lllll).
Received lbe assent of the Electors
the day of August, lino.
Reconsidered, ami finally passed and
inli.pli il by Ibe Council thn
day of August, 1(110."
TAKE NOTICE that the above is a
Hue copy of the proposed by-law upon
which itie vuteiit the Municipality will
betaken at the Oity OleiVs office
Oity Half, curlier of .Second street and
McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, II. O.,
mi Wednesday, August 241 h, 1010,
between the hours of 0 o'clock, a. 111.
ami 7 o'clock, p. 111.
BRUOB A. LAWSON,
Clerk of the Municipal Council.

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