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"Empire''Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed. Price $60.
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16-No. 50
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 29, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Ice Cream Freezers
Make your Ice Cream at Home
in 5 to IO minutes
No experience required
THE POLAR STAR FREEZERS
New Goods, New Ideas,  New Prices
1,   2,   3  or  4 Quart sizes
and Look at the Prices
i
$1.25.  1.50. 2.25, and $2.50
Also Mace's, Blizzard, Gem, White
Mountain and Wonder, from One
to Twelve Quart in stock.
Ice Tongs, Picks and Ice Shaves
Use one of our Water Filters
during the Summer Months
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
l$gam@mM
>m
Imperial Bank of Canada
$H Head Otf ice - Toronto, Ontario.
| Capital Authorized      -      - $10,000,000.00
'-■■: Capital Subscribed            - 5.575,000.00
1 Capital Paid Up              -      - 5,330,000.00
Reserve        ...       - 5,530,000.00
Brunches or Agents al all principul points in'Canadii.
Agents in Greal Britalu ami United Suites-London, England,
Llovd*. Bank, Limited. Ohioogo—First National Hank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco— Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank, Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Departmont
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rale fiorn date of deposit.   Conespondence,solicited.
Revsl8toke Branch—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
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-ypn.
FOR CAMPS
We Put Up
Choice Corned Beef
and Pickled Pork
In lOO lb. and
200 lb.  Barrels
P. Burns & Co.
LIMl T E 1)
Clearing Sale of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Millinery
at Cost Price
Mus.   A.   G.   CRICK
TWO DOORS EAST OH EDISON   Mil VTRI
A Progressive Company—-CP.R.
Hotel Improvements
The syndicate known us the Soy*
in..ur Ann I ami Company, which has
ial.cn up land nl the head ol Seymour
Arm lor sub-division into truil (arm-*
i- throwing new life into ihis section
of the country. Tho heml men ni tho
syndicate, Mr, Smiili and Major, lloli-
in-.iii. came out trom lho oasl a low
weeks ngo to look into mnltors nnd
nro well satisfied with the rosull ol
iln'ir 'li-it. They hod the land thor*
ouglilj Inspected li> experts. Their
purchase includes some 0,000 acros,
and comprises the land griinl lo 11.11.
Wright  in connection with  the    ICaglo
1 Pnss  ...... 1.      .lames  Oil,,   formerly
of lievelstoke, is the local agent foi'
tin' syndicate ami mnkes his headquarters ai llu- Ilellevue hotel. Tli.'
syinKcalo hnvo already pul on a
laii.i' h lietweon Sicamous ami Soy,
nioiir \iiii, .-.nil thi- ninkes nip- twice
ti week .... Tuesdays ..ml Saturdays.
A new ..ii.I in.,ir powerful engine lias
l)i>on  piiL-lia-.l   ami  i-  beilii>   installed.
Th.- company ar.- erecting a hotel
huildini;  i.n-   lourixts   ami    sportsmen.
I\-i-lli'iii  I ling ami lishing    nre ob*
Ininalile aini.l -uperli nioiintnin si-en-
ery. The laml selected hy them is
pronounced In every ipiulified visitor
i,. In- ili.- Im-sI for fruil thej have s.-.-n
llu* winter snow fall is siillieienl l..
■ In -l-l iln- i,...i~ ,,i ih,- iiws, Summer
rains never fail ami irrigation is nol
I'oifllired. The      bench   al   Seymour
Ann is ;l linn while sand. A dozen
settlers  houses  an*  now   huildiug.     A
Post  .illi.-* ainl school  hnvo I n prom
ised.     A   -i,,..- i-  i,, l»- opened  in I
lately Extensive logging will presently lie begun, nlTording work lor all
who   desire    ii.       Terms  lo bona Ihle
settlers     for    land    will  I vtremely
ensy, prices ranging from 8>5I) up poi
nere. The company will clear, the
laml if desired adding cost lo pii..'.
ami making terms of payment to
settlers. Th,- nm from Si.-ani,,n- up
llu* lake i- mail.' in line lo ioin-lioiirs
lln.HlL.-ll     lill.'    sr.'iii'iy. Till'    lisliinrr    js
nol .|nit.' s,, good a- ii has Ih'cii owing io high water, Inu ihis will soon
Is' remedied, und in another week lish
ing should  l>"  a-  good  as ever.
Mi. ami Mrs, II. A. Brown intend
lakiiiL' a   nip  to Scotland.
I In- launch Beltevue, owned by I.li. Congreve, of ihe Ilellevue hotel,
is one ,,f the finest iii ihe inland waters of Uritish Columbia. I; is supplied wiih a Ifl ).! p. motor, and
make* IJ miles ;ln hour. ll i* a favorite with tourists nml sportsmen and
will accommodate 2n passengersi
McKenzie and Robinson, the well
known lumbermen have taken ., steam
logging plain on to the hinds of the
Seymour Ann I.ami Company an.l
are logging there, They int.-ml buijd
im* a mill near hero and will prob,-nV|»
select Eagle i ity as their Bite.
The Columbia River Lumber Company intend moving iheir mill at
Kallll ami will probably rebuild il iu
this vicinity.
In- reported lhat rich eold Oro hns
been struck on the mine being worked
by Smith ami Co., neat Mara.
Messrs   llradlej   and  McCartor,      of
Revelstoke, wen* ,,m Ml Salmon Arm
looking over a reported rich sn-ikc of
gold ore at   Mt. I.hi.
A petition i- being circulated to the
Domiuion government to build a
[wharf here.
II,.-     C.    !'     I;     are      building   a   new
power house .rn I heating plain, the
-i;.- boing excavated out of the Gside
uf ih.- steep bank opposite tin- prei
• ii' pump house. The building will lie
26 fi. b) 50 fi. \ large boilor has
arrived   [«i   installation,   ami   will  he
Used  'I.  p p  the water  for  the  round
house ,,n.I hotel -en i.e. heal Hie hold
.oil operate an ammonia refrigerator
plnnl whi- h will he installed wosl ,,f
tlie boiler house to afford cold s|,,r-
agc for Okauagnn fruil shipments
whieh ...ine on lo the main line at
'In    po ill \u '••■• tli.- plant will also
Deinstalled for lighting the round
house and hotel,
I I        i I. win- li ha-  Is-, ii in charge
of Miss It.-ll ha- Intel} had nn nttend"
n f fifteen,
i mm:, ihut.i. impro\ i.miats
\  -    ■   progr'/ss  i-  lieing   mndu  with
ih-  a.I.lin.m-  I,, "ih,. c.   fi.  fi,     h I,
gb in.   I •■   rooms.      The work  is
in - horge .-f Mr. lieid, .,f Montreal,
Mi. Owen, ihe manager ol the li,,i.*l.
i- pul '" hi- wits eii'l i.i accommodate ih.* many guesl» while iln-.. alterations nre goin*1 on and bUciymxIs
ivonderfull*, well. Two new .floors are
.'le I  and  additions    made    i,,
ii ml* ..f ilie pr iii  building.     In
fa-1  ilie hotel ,- being  thoroughly re-
DOMINION UNO AGENT
W. C. Cowell Appointed to the
Kamloops District
and sitting rooms.  ;1 II splendidly light
ed,  seme with bay  windows,  and well
provided  with  ward   robes  and  closets
form the features of the new additions
upftairs.       Fire   escapes   extend     from
A   roomy  balcony,   I I   feel      wide,       is
built out from  each  end      and      wiih
each lloor at each end of ihe building.
ennopy overhead lorm  an ideal     place \V.  C, Cowell.  who for several years
for visitors   to sit      and      enjoy       the lias held  the position    of    Senior    As-
s.-enes    of the mountain and lake.l'.lee sisliuil    in    the    Red     Door Dominion
lii.-   lighting,   steam   honl,  bathrooms 'Lands Ollice, and    who has     rocenlily
f.n   ladies and  gentlemen,  are features    I n promoted lo Agon I  for the Knm-
of il ow dosign lhal  have had'spec- loops district, Uritish Columbia,  took
ial  attention  and  -I Id prove favor- .his deparluru for his new   Hold  of act*
ites   with   lhe   travelling   pulilie,       lhe ion  on   Saturday   lasl.         (In     Friday
I'm,III    of   the   hotel   fares   11„.   lake. fl..In je.'1'llillR   al    lhe   .lose   of   llllsine--,    Mr.
which  it   presents an   imposing view. C'oWoll   was   re.piesleil     lo    appear     in
Among improvements in  iln- manner ihe    Agout's     room,    where ihe office
..I conducting  ihe  hotel,  llm bar    will staff was  assembled  and  lhc  following
lie  taken oui  and  a  buffol  substituted address wa-  rend by    agent,    Captain
for use  of guests   only.      lhe  presenl ('ottinghnm:
liar  room   will   he   added   I.,  lhe    ..Hire '     "Mr.   Cowell    ll   is   with   mixed   feel
ihu- giving    increased accommodation ine- ,,f sorrow   ami joy  thai   wo    are
for public and  -lali.      A   barber    -h,,p assembled     here   to   bid  you   a   formal
ami p'Jilir lavatories will he    located farewell.     We wish    io    congratulate
al   ihe rear of  ilie building.      A    line you  on  il.e  honor  bestowed  on    both
billiard room. lilted with, besl  Knr'li-h   yourself    and  ihe  lied  I r    Illli,■••  by
laid.- is   Hieing    installed.        llelYe-.li     the Heparin i,  in selecting yon from
menls  will   U'  served   ai   round   tables   a ngsl   ihr   main   applicants   tor   the
under  ,-,    broad    dais   wiih     eniuipy, |>osition of Agelil   of  Dominion   Lands
and  walls  ..f  class,  affording  n beau, for   lhe   Kamloops  district,   in   Uritish
liful view of iln- Inke, an.l in ilu- stylo Columbia,      Vie realize thnl   the selcc-
of ihe former [unions ClitTI seal San lion is n Iribule  lo yonr wnrih,    and
l-'ranri-ro. tlml ililigeneo alld ability are. ,-u limes
The  ilml ..f  the  kitchen  will  be    on. re. ..-jni/.-.l and   rewarded, even  in     llm
lirely  of glass.     The  mosl   iip-tii-ilnte   Civil  Si rvh*c, and  nill gli  we exceed
method  of  cooking  by  steam   will    be iiiL-ly     regret   your    deparliiro       from
installed and over  the  range will be n amongsl   ns.   we  rejoice   lo  know   ili.it
hood   wiih  -h.-ifi   extending     i"       Ihe llie  Uovernmonl   has  recognized    your
 I.   which  will collect   ami enrrj     off allliiv ami sterline Worth' m selecting
the vapors [rom lho stove and l.iieh- you for so imp..riant a position, and
en. A lunch counter n|ienini[ into as a token of our frieiidlj feeling, we
ihe ladie- and gentlemen's waiting ask you to aecepl this small souvenir
rooms of the -laiioii will he installed and trust that when lhe day's work is
ai ilie rear of ihe buildina .ind will over, and you nre enjoying your oven.
Is- roofed with glass. The dining '"- I'd"'- you may think of us. ami
ro..in will Im* extended and ivill have associate ilu gift with man, happy
.■aline arronnniiilalii.il for lill people, moments -pein wiih llie lied Door
I In- wall- will Is- ,,f ela--. making the Dominion Lands office -lali'. In bid-
room     particularly   light   and   cheerful,   'li»« you gondlrye, we assure y  Mr.
and  commanding  ,,  liemiliful  view    ol Cowell,  thai  you. your estimable wife
 il tit uiu  .,n.l lake scenery.        Ilayter anl   young  daughter,   enrry   wiih   you
Heed, who i- in charge of llle C.  I'.It. our  wnriiiesl   wishes  for your    future
hotel depart menl. is sparine no effort
io popularise nnd improve lhe service
and the new hotel at Sicamous will,
when  Completed,  be amongst  the best
on  the ('.   1'.   li.  system.
access  and   prosperity.
IV,   II.  Coltingham
Vi,   II    Manna.
A.   K.   Cl,app,.||.
S.  M.  Robertson.
Vi. Campbell.
M.Youinutis.
s. M. Bannerman.
V,   I),   \lneec.
IC.  Robinson,
The souvenir, whioh consisted of a
beautiful and valuable smoker's set,
together .wiih a copy of the address,
wa- then liamhsi Mr. Cowell, who ill
reply expressed his surprise and pleas
ure at lhe ihoiiefhll'iilness of the staff
in presenting him with such a kindly
address, and valuable and approprial
Hardware
STOVES   McClary's, Kootenay, and Sask-Alta
Famous Cook Stoves, Graniteware.
PAINTS-Sherwin-Williams'   Paints  and  Varnishes and other Best Brands.
HARNESS-Team   and   Single   Sets,    Whips,
and Sweat Pads.
Rope,    Nails,    Fencing,   Builders'  Hardware,
Sporting Goods
GROCERIES. FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FLOUR
AND FEED,  CROCKERY, GCASSWARE
Try Bourne's Choice, or Special Tea at 40c. and 50c a lb.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Water By-law Carries
A very Bin-all percentage nf t\w \ut
FARM AND ORCHARD
A Visit to the Hume-Lawscn
Ranch
A practical demonstration of what
,an lx* done ;u profitable fruit and
vegetable culture ean be seen at the
lluiiic-l.nvvsiin ranch, ncross ihe lllecillewaet river, 'lhe ranch is situated j •'' gi'l* We would ever remember the
,„i a line plaieaii ,-,i a moderate eleva- |'"•''">' l>l«<»<nnl days spent in lhe Red
lion nb0ve the river, and consists of lw'' office, und although he knew his
160 a.-res of first-class laud, 10 of shortcomings, he had at all limes,
whi.-h are under cultivation. The soil ,l"' •»«< interests of the office, and
generally is rich and productive, ond ■to" nl henrt. His feelings were also
being well tilled and looked after is [of ,-, mixed nature, as for many rea8*
giving excellent results. The crops ons lie regretted Bevoring his conncct-
ii.,w ripeniog consist of turnips, pota- '"" with lhe '""" '■""' ""'""• '" "lli''11
Iocs, celery, beets, peas, asparagus, '"' ll-'111 "P0"' s" many happy day-.
carrots, tomatoes, cabbage, lettuce, "( ll"' Bnma '•""' '' '""ll1 not but be
and other garden prodi , while near- •' ""un ' d">P gratification to really a thousand fruit trees of various '"' Ihnl he had been selected for so
kinds us well us strawberries, rasp- I Important a position as agont for
berries, blackberries, plums, cherries, i*-1"* Kamloops district.
anil greongagoB, arc all doing well.
.The ranch is supplied with several
streams >.f water. Evidence of the
richness of the soil is shown by the
magnificent crop ol clover which is oT 'pcrty owners ol tho city bestirred
exceptional height. From a scenic themsolves on Saturday to nun out
poini ,,f view there is no prettier lo-and p..II their vole, either for or
cation, and a superb panorama of the against the by-law for the raising of
extensive and rich valley BtreUhing 827,0011 for ihe oxtonding, augmenting
away bolow (he hr,,w ,,f the hill can* and improving of iln* .iiy's water
nol Imi in.pre- all who have visited «uppl;\ Only Tli voles were cost, "d
thin -poi. Included in lho land is a voted for the by-law and three voted
portion of Williamson's lake, a charm Bgninsl it, tho by-law thus being caring  little -heet  ..f water,    beautifully   "ed.    Tho work ... extending tho wn(
situated at  Ihe foot ol a fir clod hill,   or system will 1„. coi need    almost
ami hsl bj a mountain alironm, Ko "' onoo aa we understand lhal thoro
moro id.-al place for a ranch can Ihi has been a good offor f,,r the deben*
found than ihis, which nature has en- turos. Tho n.-*sl .,( an additional and
.lowed   -,,  bountifully   with  riuh    soil   more roploui     wator   supply is being
and   inngnillccill   Kconery.        Whal   was   fell   and wl he new sysli.ni  is  com*
but  dens,, fore I,  fallen  trooii and  un    I'lelcd  and  the distribution    through   |
derlii'iish  a  fow   years  ago,      is    now     I"' cilj   re-nrrnligud and  pul   into
valuable cultivated land, capable of " """'' l«'acticol Condition, there will
producing anything, and strong ovi '"' onough water for a vory large pop
den.,. ,,f what our lauds in iii,. vlclni*   ulation,     Although  the peroeiitnge of
ty  of  il Ij   -an  Ih* made    to do  ii   * 8  'or   ih.'  carrying  of   the  by-law
properly  cleared  and cultivated, |w"s "'null, yel   the majority    waa    u
Tho  strawberry  crop  this    yelir    is   'nrgo one, whieh   demonstrates     thai
particularly   heavy,   ihe  berries  boiug | &" people are nnxloUa to have      the
of   ev.ellelll    IlllVor   alld   -i/e   llesides   Ik-   ."oik   done.
ing good shippers.     Strawberries from i
th.- II ,i.Mw nn rinich will he   .-.-ni |   The i'..luiiiliia   .iv.-i   i     till  making
lo  the    Winnipeg and    t'nlgnry    fairs   serious inroads on iln- li.-mk     immodi- I
ihi.   yeai   whil her fruits  will    also'-'lely   underneath   lhe      Oriontnl   hotel.
lie   in.lu led   ill   llie   L'eMeiil   II.   I'.     i'\-    In  Spile of al.-nil     Hull yard*  of    rock
hiliils   at   all   lhe   prairie   fairs   during • being dumped into tho deep | I  ihere
the season. I^^e liank is Iwinji washed nwny      by
l-'ruil   and   v.-eelaldes   .pe  being  ship      ■•*   '"'di"    lhal   svvi  li   and   WUsll   back
l»'d  Into  Rovoleloke and other poinis   nguinsl  ihe bank, tearing ii««,v earth
ilnilj  and are of first-clnss ipmlily.      |i>n<' forks.    A gnng   of   men is   now
The ranch Is within Busy access   to  em|)loyed under Warn-n   Vndrcwa      in
the city hy a good eovern Mi  rond, ''"lislin, line. ,., mntlross aboul   ISO ft.
anil   all   visitors   are  made  most    em- ,'otlg on  Ihis pail   and   several     teams
Dashing Jittire
for Young Men
A num looks his U*st when he is dressed
in keeping with tlio weather. It is not
necessary tn go to great expense in order
to dress well. Our suits are made to hold
their stylish form till worn out.
Good Values at $20 and $25
We have just received a  full new line of
Shirts and Ties for Summer Wear.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
"WHERE THE GOOD CLOTHES COME FROM."
fresh and Wholesome Meats
Having been re-organized under
new management we are in a position to supply you with the best
of everything in the way of Meats
and Packing House  Products.
All Our Meats are Government
inspected. Family trade specially
catered for.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
THK HI'.sT SHOW ill-'  llll': SKASON
Edison Theatre
Mon. July 4-
Till*; UPROARIOUS FAROE COMEDY
'Are You Crazy?'
(Hi  llll'. "THREE TWINS'
lilllli   «el-ome,   and   nre  Invited        lo
are hiiuliiiL' roek  and brush.   I'.verv cf.
built  and re-modeled, spocl.illj  «iti, „   |0ok over the place, sample ils (miii   fori  vvill he made by the government
■"   i"  in,--. Iding  the bei I     po   11>
• ou foi   lotirlsta,    A
i l'i i   introd l    in     liKhiiiu!
loom-  with  windows,   occupying    the
"hoi,- of th,   wdit   apace,    Dedrooma
'hrooiaa uttachud, (unity bed   N. Coutl
nnil vegetables, and    visit  ihe    poets   loprovetil  th 'osion undermining lho
new   whore ihe lie-t view  ,,f ihe    ndjnoenl   I*0'0* promised
tin-   vnllej  miii Ik- obtained. Wm.   King,  of  lievelstoke
Ivoen
appointed by  the  Provincial  adminla*
Mon.v     to loan on real ealuts.—II.    trillion to draw up plans for the new
jgo.i-inineiil building in Kaslo,
Urcws "Band and Orchestra
A Night "f I'l-ninne 1 im .nnl Pirst-Clasa Music
Watch hu ilu- l rcc stieei  Concerts bj tin- Band
TicKetSr £1.00, 75c., 50c.
BEAT BALE AT MACDONALD'B DRUG STORE Page
THE MAIL HERMJniEVELSTOKE, B C
WEDNESDAY.    JUNE 29,  19101
Zbc fl&aiMbetalb
PUBLWHKD WEDNESDAY AND
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REVELSTOKE. B.  C.
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Subscription   Rates
Including postage iu Kugland, Uultod SUiUa
aud Canada*
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vauce.
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ftoenu por line each subsequent in .-union
Measurements Nonpariol li- lines muku ono
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Wanted and t undensod advertisements:
•agents Wanted, Help Wanted, ttituattous
wanted, tfliuuUoiu Vacant, Tuaohors
Wan tea, Much union Wanted, 10 words or
Imi 25c., each uuditioual Une It) cents,
Ubangos In standing advertisement* ihuhi
oc in uy u ii. in. lueeday and Krldaj ot
atcn week to secure goon display,
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ior must be accuinpaiiiixl ny name ol
writer, not neoeusaruy to publication, bui
at) rudniii' ul *•«•'*   lUlLU.     1- Ol l'Ot*pULIllUllUC
-hn ilil be brioi.
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AKVEY, Mt'CAKTKK
ANU HINKHAM,
UAKKISTKB8, HIIL1CITURH, KTC.
Owens I   laWtBUI. Hank BUILD1NQ lUvm.
BTOKK,   11. I'.
Crenbrook, >>. r.
Money U> loan.
Olllces: llevel-lokc. II I
BLu. B. Md'AHTKB
»,    M.  lJINKHAM*
llevulsloke.
J. A. Hakvky,
('rHtilir.N.k
CLEARVIEW
We are now offering for sale lot" in this mont attraotive
suburb, its close proximity to the C.P.U. Shops anil Ollices anil
its sheltered situation makes it especially itesirable to those
home makers who wish to arid gardening to tho general attractiveness of their holdings. The snow goes fully two weeks hefore
any other part of the Town, and being sheltered from wind and
storm, fruit trees Qourisb exceedingly, while its high position
ensures good drainage and freedom from evils peculiar to low-
lying lands. It is attractively wooded with spruce, lir and poplar and the lots we now offer are the hest value ever offered.
The view of mountain and valley is unsurpassed and a more
charming residential part it would he impossible to lind anywhere in the City.    The present is the time to buy.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIFE,   IIKK   AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repiiira of all kimls neatly carried on
Bicycle nml Gtin work a specialty
Estimates gfveu on nny class
of work.
Front     Street.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Oash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
banking   splieri!   with   n lironilr i
look  wliii'h  has  provinl mi     int'.-illilili-
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Dominion.
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ILL1AM 1, lJKIliliS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
8 ilicltor for:—
Tuk Canadian Hank ok COMMERCE,
The Molsons Hank, Km
FIRST ST..    -   KKVKLSTOKK, 11.0.
1 >UiibHl" SAUTil
Proviucial Land Surveyor,
MiuiiiK buiveyor
biuijineering
McKknzik AVKNIK,
iivx llltl, Kevelstoke
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c. w. o  w
Mountain Viow Camp, No. 229
■ Meek Second mid Kuiirtli WedaoBdwra In
f.7n inoi.th, u. Selkirk H*tl* v'-'"» Wuud
mon cordially mviiod io intend.
W. E OSHOBNE, eon. I'otn.
JAS. IklM illli.. Clerk.
Kootonay Lodge, No. 15, A  F. 4 A. M
Tlm ruKiilur ninnl
ink'-* ii re lielil in llm
MASONll! TEMPLE, i_.'ld:ell<iw.-'
Hull, mi llu* Uiiril
Mi.ii.iay in encli
n,"inn ul "i I1 in.
VUitlui Ine-liron
ure cidiiiliy  wel*   UilJUII'l'   lull.
tt VI I li  .-I ITI*,
While   iln-    mall   Villi'  mi   ll
mi|i|'I\    h\  law     mm   Snlurilu*,
liuu   ill il,-   ml")- l   i-    lllki'li  ill
fails, il   i-   a UUl lll'l   for "nnui
llllll  iln- I". Inu    I M  I
s"*l, ami Wi- ll'llsl Ilo lini" will In- li.-l
in M«*iiiiim ilie work I'm ia Imiiil ami
uonipU'tod. \u i-iioii shoiilil li" s|ia.i-
i-1 lo liavi- tin* a<ltlitii>nul u.ii.-i av all
able I'.v ilm i-inl of -Inly if possible,
as ii i^ probublu iln- ' ii\ will Iiy
thnt iiuii- In- Mspi'i Ii'in ini' ii- iiiiniial
shortage, The ('. I'. I.', is .-, biy factor in this eity, ami overj yeai thej
huve ii.inlil" in gulling waii'i f0i
their engines in mid summer. In their
inleresl  as  well as  lhat  of    lhe    oity
llll'il'   slnilllil    mil    li"   a   111* .li.lll -   lll'lll)
iii mi ling  iln- supply   iivailabli
Calgary fair
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ili.- new Domiuion laml regulations
wliii-li ure now iu force, are regaiilinl
generully as well ealculnteil lu promote lhe Ix'si inteiests of settlement
in llic railway bell. While ihey cul
(lown llu- aii-a- ut lund lhat can lv
homesteuil, they limit these areas
In whal I'xperienie has shown lu In-
a- nun li as settlers on an average
can liamll". Applieuuls vilm wisIilh! lo
ureas   for  future    >nl"
J   T. PULLU' K. Mi-il R.
CHAS. J  AMAN. ski iitiAUi
"SELKIRK LODGE I'J. l.O.O.F.
Mool- HVttry Thiirs-
day  evoniii^   in  Hal-
kkirk Hall nt Sii'l-liicL
fVUitilis br.ilir.n me
coram.ly invited in uti.ud.
L. PBOBVS. S.O.       JAS. MATHIK;siii'.
Cold Range toilgo, K. ol P
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKK1S „VHKY  WgUNKsliAV,
eicept iii-r-i WeUnesdn) oi '
encfi iti.'tjii'. ni     •• ^'ddtelliivv
IUU    »l    S   O'clock.     Malt "
Knights to r.llnllj  nviii'.i
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T. P.   SMITH   U. Of V
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
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• Meets   in   1- O. O. i'.
Tapping's   Opera House, every fourth
M n.iav in month.
Visiting    brethren    conlinlly    wet*
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Kec. Sec. II. \V. Edwards
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will un down  in  posterity    foi
plendid publii   ■"!■■ i .- I., iiii'iiilo,
- .   r. i ..a Walkei    -u.i    ui    nm
"I-i"'-"    .-  thi  In .-i-i ..i - ii- bnnki i   "I
1 nnada,     It   i   mon   ihan n   buukei
1!'.- ii a itatesmgn well worthy ul tin-
i,.iiuc aM'J ever   looka    beyond     lbs
.iivi-it.n     are    ui course   disuppuiuted
with ili,- m-w  regidatiuns and will condemn  ulniii.      I'.v   iln- bona  litle settler
however,   ili">"  regulations  -ihoulil    be
vviili-iiiui'il.      I key  iin-ati  the  rapid ami
eloso  selllemeut   ol  the  rnilwuj     belt,
aud  vviiliin  iln-  in'\i   iln,-"  years    tho
population   uroiiiul    Itpvelstnke   -Innill
In- largely   niiguieiiliil  b\   liniui'steaders
aud jn.-i-tni'ti.i  .
1 ti ler   1 In-   lieu       tvgulul inns     Imnu'
le i I        are     limit.-il     lu   fm lv     .  n
wi-niy   n"iv-   .it   win. 1)   will   i."  tu'ipiii
I'd   liv    li.ilii.'sli'a.l   iliiln-  uf     i\   in I"
i'"-i.l,-i,. t   in     li.-   year,   - i'lll in_ l.-n
ami . ulia ut -i.j   six acres,       I he ail Ii.l ■
ional iv\,-i.i\  a. I.- may  bo u'^|uived by
pay itn-tii   ,it  n.'i au  acre ill   li' -■
iii-talin-iii -.  i leal m_   an  a'h'il'' "
acres,    and  i nliiv aim.:   an    ad lil al
-i\ aci*es "i11 -■'   ..it   llii   Ihiiiu
pre empl ion       So   iilditionii
i-  reipiired  foi   ihi     pre-enipi i«,u       \ I
nn elevution  ol  -["i feel       above    the
I nlninliia   rivei     lilt    area
ilin-  U   ui ipiirn :
homes leaders   maj
rn' sui ii land.
A g.,' id feaiure ol
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a '   lo I 'iii"'l-    thr  'li li
past.
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I.Hi.-ii   In   I'.-   Ii.-lil   al       t'ali my
Itlllh   in   .lul)   Till,   have  closed,       anl
are  L:"iiic   t"  keep   the     inauagt'inenl
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arc   a"'"I'lliiiiilalii'ii.       I',,lliiw illi;   is   a
 I]... i i ■ mii   til   si,ni"   , ,f   11,;,   uiosl      itu-
porlaul "iiiii"- willi llm-" of lasl
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inin I'.in'.i   ive. in.
Cattle      i:'l      '-'"i'i        0-'M'i
II,,i  , . TT.".     lilfi J."i.S'.l
SI |.  iw ir. I  -win"     ,-K-      177        li^.7l
A'jii.    producis li'.'.'       I.'i      :'.7."i. fl
I I,"m- ii."n I       include      any
['hnmpionshtp oiili ies.
h will lm noticed lhal ili" increnso
is  very   lart'e in each dppni tment.
I'l xhibition ollieea    and      tl \-
liitiilion jioiiii.1 ai" now hives of in-
luslrv, and ovcrvthinu will be iv.nly
im ili" ..Hi. ii, 1 opening on Dominion
Day.   July   1st.
\ large li-i of rooms lin- been so*
.iii,*il from residents nil "vt-r llie ciny
lo ussisl   iln- holels  in  providing    no-
",,i iiil.iliim   for  exhibition    visitors.
I'lvi'i'viliinL' poiiiis in tli" exhibition
iH'ing a  grand success.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, (ignrf ,Tolmcco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
Certificate or Improvements
NOTICE
Hurprlsu, Welch and Adclin.-i (fractional) Mineral Claim, situate in lhe
Trout Lake Mlniny Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located: (in Surprise Greek,
North fork of Lardo river.
TARE NOTIOIS lhal I, O. li. N.
Wilkie, acting as affent for Willlaui
A. l,,otiti', hree .Miner's Certificate
Nuiiilicr H 13-180 and David Morgan,
IviM.l'., Number B 04000, inlend, sixty
days from dnte hereof, to applv to the
Mining Recorder for a Oertillcate of
liii|iiiivi'iui'iils, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant or theahove
claim.
And further take notlco Llmt acl ion,
under Section 87. must bo commenced
before tho issuance of such Certificate
III' I IlipruVI'lllI'llls.
Dated this 2Hid day of .lune, A. D.,
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II. It. N.   Wll.KIK,
Trout Lake, It. 0.
'I'll     I'lll-:     SlIAIIDHtll.liKlls    OF     •nn-:
PHINt.'B    Mininu    AMI   DBVEI.OP-
mi \ it'tiMi'.vNv, Limited Liability.
Nolice is hereby given that the
Annual Meeting of the Shareholders
ul' the Prince Mining .uul Development
Company, Limited Liability, will In*
held at tiie Company's olllces on Mac*
Ki'ii/.ie Avenue, HeveUtoke, It. t'., on
Wednesday the Twentieth day of July
\.l)., 1910, at the hour of eight o'clock
in the afternoon, for the purpose of
electing olllccrs for the ensuing yonr,
iml I'm- other purposes relating lo ihe
management ofthe Company.
The Transfer Book nf Ihe Company
i\ill In* closed during!,! he fourteen days
immediately preceding tho meeting.
Dated al Uevelstoke, B.C., Ihisiillh
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VV.  I.  UltHUIB,       \V.   1>.  ItollKIITflllX,
President. Secretary
Corporation of the City of Bcv-
PUBLIO NOTICE
COURT Or REVISION
Assessment    1910
Mrs ItermAini McKinncy
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Mason's  Touch   and   Technique
Special attention paid i" beginners and backward pupils.
TRRMS  MODERATH
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
I'UBLIC NOTICK is hereby
Ijiven that tlie Court of Revision .
of the Assessment of l-'Hl will be
held in the City Hall, Kevelstoke,
B.C., "ii Wednesday, Auk. 3rd.,
1910, ;it 7 o'clock, p.m.
Bruce A. Lawson,
City Clerk.
THE REVELSTOKE
NEW   AND
Second Hand Store
We Buy, Sell nr Exchange
all kinds .ol Household
Goods.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES  PAID
FOR MEN'S CAST-OFF
CLOTHI G
STRAWBERRIES
pe Slriiwl'i-iiii-s can lie Blip-
plied in any quantity.
Nervy Winters,  the Crying Woman
witli  -Ai !■ "i uu in  ■.    al the Kdigoi
Theatre Monday night, .Inly Ith.
Wedding Bells
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WING CHUNG
Front St.        I! ivelstoke, 1!. 0.
Bush Fire Permits
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-.«>   ouie (lv* l»y» Irom 120 lo I50i*j*gi
at a amp, anii tlteie maturi* in two weelu.   Untiei
liiion. tii.* tJ'-v-rniijntft ol a  iinjilr
pair will number millions in llin*« months.     1 ii' tr-
lore all houvkerperi ihould commenci miim
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
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Settlers on Dominion Lands can Kef
pcamits ai the Provincial 1'olicc ullice,
Revelstoke, or nny ofthe Provincial Fire
Wardens, provide! they comply with
Sections 5 and h oi Uhapter S4, Hush
Fires Act.
J.   K.   Ml.l,l-AN,
Divisional Warden,
CEMENT  BLOCKS
MnnnfHrttirti. fur nil OtatMl nf   buiMiUffl
- CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
Just What You ve Been Looking Form clay and i    brick
Something  lhat will make the Home Attractive
lhat will make Home Life Worth Living
Card of Thanks
I  do ii.-  il '.-I.  lhn     ■ olumn
v..in   pnpor   lo    ii...im.   tl.iiil.
ul
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lhn
il.iai
many li lund . and pal llmlarly
l.adic ol thn Mm abm . i'.i
many Idnrlnc <■ how n lo mj Ih'Io1 ■■■!
wife through hur illno and dun lb
nnil t,, mj ell and lamilj during Iho
liouia ol utu lad affliction.
BA PLAC
In
md     i .'. hod
ii  ii-.ii,.
it po seat Individual and i anul in   "lor richm ■  ■
an cmci ilm.:l   long nun'. Is casll;   ipplh il mil
Wears Wherfi  the   Wear Comes Most
Kill    .11.1.   HV
Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, R. C.
tut ,il> in Inrna of mtiiill i|iiiinlltlaa
i ni u.a Inwul prloai Inr ■ ■ in,
an uiul*. DI Iiuii*In.■< iiinCi'laitcrliia
..mlarlnUi,.
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinramithirnj, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipo antl   Furnace Work
WORK    SHOP
•v.i.M •unfit   Avo.    -    Rovolstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
I.if'-.   Acotdenl   ainl   Kirn
I ii- lira mc.
i  i. in i Buburban I.uIb.
lll'Mill'lilc
I'iiII iinrlictilurn ii|iiin ap-
plioatlon.
W. B. Robertson
I'HONE 73
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up $3,500,000
Rest Fund - -    $3,500,000
Has*65^Branchcs in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL DANKINO. BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohos.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly [Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Office
OFFICE:    SECOND STREET        REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Clearing Sale of Boys' Soits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $450 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23   4 00 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
i 2 3-piece -Suits, 27 to ;,3, $5 and $0 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000      Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements havo recently been completed under which tho  branchrM
of this Bank are ul.lt* to Issue Drafts on the principal points
ln tha following countries:
AtutrU-Hungu-jr    Finland
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceyloo
China
Crete
Denmark
Etrypt,     ,
Faros Inlnir 3
Ireland
Formosa Italy
France Japan
KrVli Cochba-China Java
Germany Manchuria
Great Britaio Mexico
Greece Norway
Holland Persia
Iceland Pbillipine Ialanda
India Roumania
HO   DELA"    |«   ISSUING.
TOLL   PARTICULARS
Russia
Servta
Stam
South Africa
Straits Settl
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indies
and elsewhere
ON   APPLICATIOR
m
REV.zLSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MOR.
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You   Like  Music
Here is Your Opportunity 1
Edison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of till  kinds of finest quality.
Sok' Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds of Instruments tuned and repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call at the music store oil McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of the goods.
J. Bingham, mgu.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash &Dnor Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. WEDNESDAY,   JUNE 29, mint
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C.
Ya^e 3
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged and ta| loved.    flrat-Claen in every ieB| ert.    All modern ui nvenlencei
l.arite Siuiir>li' ltoi>mb.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B. C.
I.OOKI        LOOK        AM)        READ!
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freigbt added, with
II OWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price   Weight
Kitchen Chairs 50c. 101b.
Kitchen Cabinet      $6.75 1501b.
Dining Table 10.55 1651b.
Dining Chairs 88c. 121b.
Dresser and Stand     8.95 1501b.
         1.25 1601b.
Bed 3.55 601b.
Bed 5.3b 681b.
Dominion Spring       2.40 601b.
Child's Cot 5.10 751b.
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
Freight
23c.
$3.53
3,87
28c.
3 52
3.78
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
Total
73c.
$10.72
14.42
1.16
12.47
15.01
4.96
694
3.81
6.86
Howson's Price delivered
70c.
"   $9.60
"     14.40
1.20
"     13.00
"    14.00
"     5.20
" "     7.20
" "    4.00
" "      7.20
"    16.50
Wo make mir jirol'it by shipping in car loud Idih, tlmreby saving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store and we
will prove mir statements,    Remember we deliver goods and sel up free from breakage.
ll.   HOWSON  &  CO.    -    REMSL.STOKE, B. C.
RDSEBERRV
An Attractive Spot on Slocan
Lake
fi. Ilnllu
who  had
and   also
ecntly,  nl
• li.-r.   ih.' woll-kiiowu  \agffs
i  log broken in  two placet
hi**    tuil.li*   dislocaled     ri
Summit Camp, .- pi ogn  *
ing well  lowurda  recovoiy.
Mr.    lii'OL'kmuu'a orekard i-  looking
uplendidly.
seven acre
to  Mr. Un
rah*  ol  nil
llu
I ii'i'ii
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS     ONLY.
.KilVlvLSTOK'B    ~U-  C
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
T.    ALBEET     STOITB      PROP.
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbing promptly attended to. Agent fur all kinds of
'Trees, Plants, Bulbs, etc. Lawn** and Gardens taken care
of fur the* Summer, Terms reasonable. Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80
rait Lands
ciMolte
^
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. Tl is
is a paying investment.
SPRING IS HERE
flow Is tbe tunc of year for Seefc planting
Beautify L'ouv (Bav&ens
A   large assortment of Fresh Garden and Pield Seeds, including
STEEL   BRIGGS    FERRY'S   MANS    McKENZIE'S
AND BURPEE'S,    Fine Lawn Cruis , Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B. PAGET
J. WILSON
THE GREAT
FURNITURE AND
FLOOR  FINISH.
DURABLE, SANITARY
EASILY APPLIED
For Sale by Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
E. F. TUCKER. PHOTOGRAPHER
Up-to-date Styles in Photos and Mounts, Hand
i latneras which use every kind of film made, A
I'till line of the beBl films thai are adapted to all
kinds of film cameras and kodaks. Paper and
Posl Cards in Gaslighl and for Daylisrhl use.
Everything needed for the Amateur. You want
to see the Ensign, the best film camera of the
day.   Guaranteed.
McKenzie Ave. Ground Floor
Revelstoke. B. C.
Apply to
Revelstoke General A
-. REVELSTOKE,   B
round house is well adapted to n^uii-e
„ . *.* . Tho C. I'* U. have laid a lin«
«.,(.i works system trom Wilson
Creek to the roundhouse. J. Cadden,
r. l>, li. engineer, has built a very
ni*.* residence here.
J. B, Selleek, who i* Btation agent
here, is setting a ;-"""' example to hi**
neighbors. U« is lorover boosting
KoHiibery as one ol il"- protlient plaoes
i„ p.. r to -ik-iuI a holiday, and he is
right. I Iwi.' i- splendid lishing, and
Mr, Selleek proves it by the (ine baskets he gets, landing four silver trout
This is ili.* propert) ot Ithe oilier iluy. He wu** instrumental
whieh Mr. S'austoue sold in getting u party "f llosslandets Ui
kmun im- S3IIUU, ,,r al the spend their holidays here lust summer
und thej wero so delighted with it
that the} promise to come liaek this
summer anil bring with them all the
friends they can pcrsuude to join
iln'in. li it mu- generally known
l,.,w  l:"«hI  the accommodation  now   is
:u    lhe    II bery     hotel,  ihej   would
huve no dovbl about it. There is a.
line indy bench on the l:iU.* tor bathing,   md goodcamping Bites,
I'.   fiallughcr  intend.*-  moving       lii-**
pole and logging camp trom  Summit
to  l-tosuhery.     lie ha*** g I contraote
i,,i   ihe -up|il\   ot ties  und poles       to
tho i . I'. If. '
V.   Hi I mill  .ii  Summit  Lake
i- putting in i busj seuson, employ.
ii,.* butwoen torty and lilt}  bands.
Sinee Mi. .-*,'ll,',.k came hero a-* Btat.
ion agent, he hus lixed up ilie station
. i uund    verj   niceto.  and lin ■  Ixwii eon
I   tlio      Wlltfl*    iln* , ,       ,  ,        , .
il.ited Iiy   ihe superintendent      at
the  "li-M-i'iti    for   huviug     made  more
1 In- <     I'.  It, hnveuiitlertnkpii pxiens    improvements  lo the  Uuseborj   ground
ive  improvement!*  i"  il    iH'rmnnt'iii ,tb»n  linvu been made at  any      other
wu*.   tin- season.     Thei
tho gi'ades, ri
linn*,  of  ll"*  line,  bulla iling   the  li li'k
king   the    Niikn-i'   mid   Sloeuii
nu ¥1J^ per aero.
Uosebery   hold,   whieh   i*     uow
11 -  .Seven uud  I'nliey,    has
l.lile   n   fiilllfurlallle    hotel i..r
inuri-i-. llie owners huve upplied
for ;, renuwul of tho lieense whi 1, \\ m
taken awu*> on account ot eomplaiiiis
nguinst tin* houso a*. comtui*tt*d In
former owners.
A  store
i led hei
linn.*i  for
bad ;.
,   Sett
I     post    office
Wc  havo  lo  g
ii   inail  as  thing    are.
.Mi*- -1 * tinnier and Wallai ■• saw mil
is running -i**.'i<lik ami employin
nlunn 'Jtl hands, ll Ili* a big li
contract  with iln* C,  I'.  It.
Messrs Vun toi
in. wlio huve been mi
amp up Wilson t'lii-l
,ui iln*ir logH a- expi
In* rapid fullii
pring.
.1  li
M. l.augl
mj a
lid   uol
*.l owing      i.,
water    tlii-
*ii   |H>rniiineiil    than  have been  made  ut   any
,i,*     reducing [station grounds on  tha division.      He
ini:* th.' low   lying poi-   li:'- a nieo lot ,,i Dowers ami lias built
a ia-iy  suinmer house.
nl
railway
illnliia.
ainl    IW,
ill"
ai   llu
best in Brii i ■ *.
There are about forty meu
work train- engaged in im*
proving the [lermuucnt ivtij between
! hero .iii.l Sundon. Tlii- looks a- it
1 iln* ('. |'. I;, who ought io know, ex-
|iecls a l'i- re\ i\ al ni mining nil i ore
freighis. There are also two extra
gaugs ami wink train- mi the road
between hero aud Snkn-ap. There inu-i
In* iiliuiii 200 imn employed on thi-*
section of iln* C, I'. ll, at present, in*
eluding extra crews ami bridgemen.
The regular Irullio between hero and
Nakusp shows a steady increase, lhe
Bteamer Sli„*nn having to haudlo cai
barges between Slocan City ami here
ii,ally every  trip.
.Silli'e    llie    rOUad    house    wu-       lllOVed
here from Nuku-p, Uosebery lias u*
come an important point for rail*
way employe.'-. \\. Beck, who used
to lie roadraaster ou! ol Nelson, How
makes hi- In,me here, handling Irom
this poini iln* section north ol -'■* ■
Lake in Nakusp, a well a- tho San-
don line, ami the lin-' between Slocan
iJunction ami Slocan (iiy. Conductor
Moonoy, who handles tiie passongei
service, hn- hi** home here, and at
Ipresenl we have three work train
crews ami four engine crews including
the pusher crew. II. Ingram, former
ly of Nakusp, i- locomotive foreman.
and ihe shop stall consists of a litter,
I helper, und three wipers.     The     new
Iln* government are building u lirst
.la-- wagon ruad between lien* and
New  I li*n\ er.
li i- a piij the townsite companj
'oil.I i,,,i *m*i  a Blinking up.  Ihey are
ii'   .,  wet   blanket   round  this  point.
I he) havo no lif,* or enterprise, and
n  i- ., pity the townsite would      nol
gel   min  ilie  hands  ,ii  -,, body  who
would ilo something  with it.
W.'ll    lll'l,'    ill
and the iiii--
Thesi hool i- doing  vi
charge    of    Mi--  Crop|
tees,  Messrs Hrockman, Shutty      and
Cadden,  lake  great  intei-cst       in    lhe
work.
UNION HOTEL
AltUOWHKAI), B. C.
Special Attention giren to commercial
men and tourists. Kirst-rliiss sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
WASTED-Placer Mine. I'nginecr has
*■ ot desiring placer property, eith-
"i dredging ot hydraulic lhat will
stand examination as to physical
conditions necessary lor its operation. Or would consider quarts mine
• full particulars in Bret letter.
P.  O. Box 236, New   York City       at
WANTED—Good Planer man. Apply
Kirnnghan Lumber Co, Ltd..Salmon
Arm, B. C.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
'! Harry" mineral claim, situate in the
li,.ut Lake Mining liivision of West
Kootenaj District.
Where located;—On Poplar Creek,
near i'opiar Townsite.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, A.K. Heylaud,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B. ^5405,
intend, sixty dais   from   dale   hereof, to
apply t" ihe Mining Recorder for a certificate ol improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant ot tbe ahove
claim.
Ami further take notire that action,
uii.ler Section ,*7. uiiisi l>c commenced
before the issuance ol smh Certificate ol
Improvements.
Dated this 15th day ol April, A. D.,
1911.
A.  R.  IIl'.VI.AND.
tygs for Hatching
Bggg for hatching trom  the follow
ing inipoi t"l i  bred slocni
8. i'. Rhode Island Redi.-t2.00.
SU'vei   Laced Wyandotles,—$2.00
Barred  Plymouth Hooks,- $2.00
.-*. f. Iiuii Leglioriis,-f2.00
Cornish  Indian 11.nm*.   12.00
Wi,,',. i rested  Ulack  Polish,- 12.00
I.nei* a ' loose,   i'-l nn.
Imp.mil  I". km Hu. 1,-.- 11.75.
Also ►to.k f   tlie above lor sals.
MliS.  It. A.     I ITI ttt.
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
persons are warned
against taking them or
the driving of nails or
spikes therein. Do not
touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
SLGNS
All kindl Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
S.r.'.-la tion Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Hobaou Avtmue
rs >aas»k*»i!«4\ix-is._**.si_.,.M.
b.i*a«c3!iH6t;ii» *s:.
'1\     «=>s£3
fifti ■} 1
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For I leavy Work all men should wear the
AMES-HOLDEN
PROSPECTOR SHOE
.«!
AMES
HOLDEN
\S/iOt.S   ARE MADE
Ii'i lhe shoe for the man who hah work to do prospectors, hur.ter3,
surveyors, etc. ll is built of uolai leather, choice upper sloe! . pure
leather heel stiffencr, soiid leather' . !-* itid soles- -both iosolea and out-
s-)les, every stitch perfect   a worker'* boot throughout.
Good 1; ather Is essential in u 1 oot of ihi: kin.!. r.nd in this you can
rely ^.i lh< AmesHoM'n ^-ho: everv time. Yet we never hold that
leather plone makes the shoe then arc clip.;hod, "no-^ood" shoes into
which good leather has keen put, nnd which may even tit perfectly, but
they lack the touch ofthe real w irkman. Thread and nails wont hold
a boot together and make it give perfect service it must be bound to-
12L'thir with iotcjyiity. The ' unseen things" abrv.it a boot must be
right these count for much in the service you get. and it is just because
o. the hidden worth ofthe Ames-i lolden ahoe because 17 the workman-
ghip—the stitch on stitch attention to detail the inspection at every
step that you get a bigger dollar's worth every time you insist upon
buying the Ames-Holden Shoe   the perfect shoe for men.
FOR MEN  -Ik
inever^Qf j,fe
WE
AKE
•-*) a ^
SPLENDID
LINE OF
(&&
o »a/ o r^ E N
AND
LDREN
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THE Al AIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
WEDNESDAY,    JUNE 20,  1010
rr
Watch
CAMROSE
Grow
The  Spokane  of   Alberta
Study the Location
of Camrose
Camrose has advantages
and facilities that are unequalled in any other city in
Canada today. Located in
the centre of a rich agricul
tural district, at the junction
of the 3 great transcontinental lines the CP.R,, C.N.
R„ and G.T.P, it at once be
comes a natural distributing
point.
In addition to these ad
vantages Camrose has five
coal mines in actual opera
tion one mile from the city,
where coal can be bought
for $2 per ton. With an
abundant water supply
and cheap fuel Camrose is
destined to become an im
portant manufacturing and
industrial centre.
No better evidence of the
future of Camrose as a city
of great commercial import
a nee could be given than the
fact that several of the
largest wholesale firms in
Canada have already located
there and are erecting imposing wholesale structures.
Your Opportunity
is Right Now
to make a judicious investment. Large fortunes have been made
in new cities in small
investments, and the
man who puts his money
into real estate in Cam-
rose Is always sure of
coming out at the big
end of the financial
horn.
11 Now " is the watchword of the wise. The
Grand Trunk Pacific Addition is the best buy
on the market. Buying
lots at the present prices
means big profits in the
near future. Two years
to such a town as Cam-
rose means development unconceived. Two
years to the G.T.P. Addition means prices trebled.
Buy Now and Save
Money.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC ADDITION
Lies within Three Blocks of the G.T.P. Depot, the closest in sub-division on the market. Its location is ideal, lying high and dry and
level, in the west end of the city, the Lest residential s**r tion. Lotsare 25 - 120 feet, and are being offered now at $150 for inside lots
and $175 for corners. TERMS: One-third Cash, balance in 3 and 6 months. Experience teaches that men who made their wealth
from real estate were those who bought early.      Buying Now means large pi ofits in the near future.      Buy while the Buying is Good.
Remember Lots are Going Up in Price after July 1st
Watch
CAMROSE
Crow
Camrose Land and Investment Go.
711 First Street East, Calgary, Alberta.
A. E. Kincaid, Agent, Revelstoke
Watch
CAMROSE
Crow
m iih«i WEDNESDAY,   JUNE 29,  I'.Miii
TtlE MATL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Tnge S
If our methods suit you
tell others. It they don't
Btiit you tell us. Any criticism ol our mode of
doing business will be
appreciated.
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.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children   to
the store.   Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call at your home for
orders.
New Princess Dresses
With   a  blush of freshness these 20 new   )
Princess   Dresses   in   white  und   colored
muslins   come   to    our    Ready-to-Wear
Depart ment—.Second Floor.
A very new one is an American made
dress of Pine Sheer Mull, full length
panel of showy A 1 embroidery, snowy
white, a thing of beauty at $T.50
A charming Princess Dress ol Tun or
Blue Linen, heavily braideil with the new-
mercerized Satouche Braid, new Rodundo
Sleeve and Sheath  Skirt $9.50
New Arrivals
Ribbons. Embroideries. I.aces. Turban
Pins. Hack Combs. Parasols. Fancy
Hose.    Hat Pins.
White Top Skirts
New white Wash Top Skirts, I.inen Drill,
Poplin Cords, etc., pure white, wash materials, all sizes, at $2.50, ifli.OO and $1 00
$2,50, $3.00, $4.00
"Chanticler" Novelties
Periodically Borne idea strikes tlie market
that has an effect on styles of Ladies'
adornment, such as Collars, Ties, Hair
Ornaments, etc. .lust now it is the
" Cha&ticler." The idea comes from
Rostand's great play or opera bearing
that name lhat is having a big run fn
Paris at the present time, in which the
actors represent and are dressed as near
as possible to the Fowls in the ham yard,
the Uooster, Hen, etc. These RooBters,
and HenB appear on numbers of articles
offered for sale at present and are receiving a great deal of attention. Just at
present we have a Bplendid showing of all
the noveltieB lhat are worth a visit.
Boys Wash Suits
Boys' Boston and Sailor Suits. Come
see the best showing of wash suits for the
little chapB ever shown in town. A lot
of new styles and ideas, and the prices are
$i to $3
Household Cottons
In this day of high-priced Cottons here is
welcomed news. We nte selling our line,
snowy while Cottons al the prices that
prevailed six months ago.
35-inob Pure White Cotton, even, round
thread,   nice  for  household  use  at   10c.
oil-inch Pure, even, round thread cotton,
soft finish.    II ady for the needle at 15c
• Hi inch pure white English Cambric—no
dressing—Ready to use, at 17c.
•12-Inch Knglish Long Cloth, pure white
bleach, even round thread, no starch—20c
Shirt Waists
A lot of Linen and Vesting Shirt Waists
at a reduction for Thursday selling. They
are a lot of manufacturer's samples.
Some clearing lines of our own, all in one
lot. You will find the price instead of
$2.50, $:;00 and S*l 00 will be $1.25,
$1.85 and 12 00.
$1.25, $1.85, $2.00
Preserving
Fruits
The Preserving Season is now
here and we are receiving large
shipments of Bweet and sour
Cherries, Apricots and Strawberries. Cet your orders in
early as there will be a limited
supply of some of these fruits.
Get Our
Fruit Jars
Have you ordered your Fruit
Jars yet ? If not, let us quote
you prices. We have a large
shipment just in of the famous
Crown Jars in pints, quarts
and half gallons. Also the
best quality of rubber rings in
all sizes.
Crockery
Glassware
Keep in mind this department
—full to overflowing with all
the latest and newest designs
in Crockery and GlaBsware.
Always a large assortment to
choose your wedding presents
from.
Hay and Feed
Just In
A carload of the best Timothy
Hay just received, also a mixed
car of Wheat, Shorts, Bran,
Chops, and Cracked Corn; and
two car loads of Oats. Get our
prices when you want feed.
Iron Beds
and Springs
We are just taking in stock a
carload of these goods, which
includes a full range of well
selected patterns in all sizes.
Health Mattresses cannot be
beat at tbe price. Call in and
see them.
"
Fancy
Hosiery
For Low Shoe
Weather
All shades and all sizes. All the new and
nobby ones as well as the more staple
effects.    Kill er Cashmere or Lisle.
50c,  60c, 75c, $1.00
Per  Pair
Soft Front Shirts
We  have the sole agency for W.G, & R.
shirts and collars in town.   All   the new
shades and  patterns, stripeB predominating.    Every one a coat shirt, full size.
$125 to $3.50
''Mr^^y^^w
Pole-Carcw—One
our besl  sellers,
and attractive wiih
of comfort.      Four
Irish   linen.     In  1
and   2{    inch    hei
Sizes   Ml to IS.    A
ply collars 3 for 50
tl
sbu|
colli
pnir
ll,it
com
of
Seat
lots
ply
1,2,
■{his.
11 1-
le of the easy summer
es in W.G. A* R. linen
irs, wide opening, and
is  come   well   down,
'lit 1 ; inch.   Cool and
iorlable,
■T"  >^c7^^B
Summer
Underwear
Cool and
J \Comfortable\
tt Mercerized underwear'for men has'no
equal when il comes to wearing qualities.
We would like to show you our special
line. Keels and looks like silk, but
wears longer. t_l
$3.25 per suit
The Klevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get tho best aud most reliable. All
the safety devices so far produced
you will lind on it. The most
approved automatic safety brake.
CB. Hume Sr Co. Ltd,
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke,   *   B. C.
You may lind a mistake in
our accounting, let us know if you
do. We have installed the finest
ollice system possible and are doing
our utmost to keep apace with the
times. You can help us if you let
us know of any mistake that might
occur. Page II
THE MAIL-HERALD, REYELSTORE B C
WEDNESDAY,   .TUNE 20, 19101
Drygoods Bargain Sale
Oxford and Strap Slippers
100 Pairs of Misses' and Children's odd
pairs of different lines  put  on  our table  to
clear at less than can be bought at wholesale
prices.   Reg. $1.50 and $1.75 lines now $1.
Mid Summer Millinery
Your choice of all-trimmed millinery at
Half Price    not an old or shop-worn   hat in
the lot.
English Prints
Cotton goods advancing in price every
day - still we are ottering these English Print
Shirts at 12?c. per yard.
Ladies' Slippers and Oxfords
45  pairs Ladies'  Oxfords   in Tans and
Black,- all tois season's goods, splendid value
at $3.    Now 12.    Odd lots of Ladies' slippers,
patent   leather   and   dongola   kid.    Reg. $4,
now $2.00 per pair.
Money-Saving Opportunities
Every day and ;tll day  opportunity   is
knocking, pounding and clamouring for you
to take advantage of the low prices offered at
Our Bargain Sale.
Savings on Summer Goods
Your  Summer wants   can  be supplied
from our  splendid  lisl  of offerings.    Don't
miss getting your share of the bargains.
Boys' Nobby Suits
Two and Three-Piece  Suits   for  Boys at
Manufacturers' Prices.
REID <& YOUNG
FIELD
(Frnin Our Own 1'iiiivi.l'i'iiili'iit)
A.   S.   Cobb,   tjovcrninen I      foreman,
lami'  in   li      l.;iLM.,*tn     I'riilay,     pur-
. basing    a   large  amount   nl    supplies
for in i'arr.1   on i lit* \ ast  amount      of
work   thai   i-   lo  boil between   Kield
and  f.aggan  llii**  summer.
Tho Kield Trading l'o*. successors
lo J. II. Cnrlin nnil Co., have their
store all  freshly     painted,    decorated
It..
Are You Crazy ?
Siaii' In rd. Wednesday, April
27.- li is a common trail with lunatics Uj iinatiini1 everyone crazy bui
themselves, and everyone in Lho large
ntuHetU'G whicli assembled last evening
in see tlir Hainan ('lasers present the
Karce* "Arc Vou Crazy/' concluded
lhal everyone else was hopelessly so.
•specially Ihe neighbor. There is uo
loubl hud n lunacy commission been
H'esenl. tin y also would have con*
iludod thai most everyone exhibited a
Tin1     strawberry     festival    l>.\      the   '
Ladies   Aid  of  St.    Stephens    church,
which was  to have been held on Tuos.
Ia>   of  last   week,  was  postponed     an- *.'   '
nl   the following  aflerno a  Iki!vc»iiiil    ,  '
of the weather. Wtnlnesday was it ''."'''
bright, Ivaiitifnl day, and the Indies llis
were rewurded with large crowds, Uuth
atteruoon and evening. Thf fan. v
work us well as candy, i'i- cream, etc.,
weTil like hoi cakes, everything l>eing
-«dd, .'I.'aria- the nice slllll of ssil.
In thf eveninjj the beautiful grounds
were illuminated with Japanese lanterns  and  the    Italian    hand  rendered   ,,!aw
I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
loU     lol
PURITY   FLOUR
I he  eel Is   break   up   ton
iminei   holiday **
Follow ilie band tonight i,, the
lawn social a' the home ol W, M,
I  iw ren* <■•.   McKenzie a venue*
J he Ladies oi the It*. V, cltureh will
i their annual lawn social Tuesday
duly  5th,  on   the   church  groumist
A inu-i. ireal with the biy •-,uned^
"Are You Crazy" at the Kdison The*
al re. Claman's famous orchestra
vvill play selei lions during the evening*
'  larn.iii'.-l'a a--      Build     will   give       a
erl  on  Monday   noon on  McKenzie
\..        In I he i'1. euing    opposite      the
Central  hotel and at   7. I.'i at   the  Kdi-
Bon   I heatre.
Hu Saturdu) morning, while a tJal-
ictau named Sluwski, wa- working in
.V-w man'- gang .u Ubert Canyon
clearing the right-of-way, a tree fell
un him inflicting injuries from which
he died aftei removed to the Uevelstoke hospital,
1 he lirst quai Lerlj muetting of the
Methodist church was bold last night
with the Rev. Mi. Mclntyre, pa-tor,
in the chair, The meeting was taken
up  ■' itl ug 1 he yi ar'i      work
and  arranging  foi   ti"- estimates      ot
h - t*\|K*uditure.
I g<     V\.  II ,. 1..■-.    i.-iin.-iK   ownei
he  Lui kj   Jim  mine,  and  formerly
;  I he  lai _•■-1   mine ow uei - in  the
i-  remuins have
-i,,[.j-ii  to  Lii?   " i home in Uul-
timgore, Aid,, for iutei meat.  For some
ii   to   In-   death   Hughes   w«
f pa i :
i Ini..   attend   llawti
ul St, Jolm'e church   rein e's.
IVn   H '-  ;i    l:,"J" I    ..    S|m«   ha    n. n   *
Kev.      U    li.   Melvi«|jMitt   (     ,,    ,
,*M   .     . , i.
■ ■ .... |  i...   Ml.ill,    ol   .1    '
itiungkip oi
* Id   in   ' lni-tain life.
I be the great aim
i       * ■   ,   ■ ,   .
'      ■ ■       ,    *     !■_      ..I ■■   IM
j        . m  wer.
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   AND   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Tens 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   tho   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
ami thoroughly stocked in overy nn. few degrees anil were pretty iiim.Ii in
pueilv, anil il is to be hoped that the slime class. Smh a hopoloss tan*
iln* citizens of Field "ill holp theso gle of ehnriielers and disguises has
irpntleinen by giving their entire ens- [boon rarely seen here, and would tend
loin a** thej nre selling al greatly lo convim'o the most mutter of fuvl
reduced  rales,  mul  are  very    obliging   and  staid  individual,  that,  if ho woro
I willing  lo do ih,. light  tiling. !    a  lini'' oil' in  Iho hoad,    In*    was
certainly   seeing   things.      There    was
something   doing  every   minute,   whieh
kept    Iln*   nllllil'licc   in   roil,'-   of   laughl
or,  it   was quite all  one  person  eould
do  lo keep i.iii on  ihoaudiemo,      an.l
incidentally   io  endeavor   lo   eslablish
ow a  sanity.      Tin* ori'heslra    was
• ■■■II, in   iut liuin. ino  many  descriptive
leelions an.l  novelties,     li \ ou  have
mi   doiilii  about  your sanity,   take  ti
nighl oir ami -ei.     llu*    repealed    performance   tonight,   ami  clear   ll ai
ler   up   lo   iln*  Riitisfgclion  of  allf      ll
i-   right I.i   na d  ono  of  Ihe   funniest
written.     AI   lho  Edison
..   i   • ,        i.i  :  i.,     riionfre on  Monilav  night,
sweet   music,  n  being nearlj   nudnignl
before  the erowda dispersed. llu*
ladies   wish   lo   tllllllk   one   and   all   w ho
helped  i ako  Ihis event      .smh      a
,mBU   suiress. I     \|0lls,,jllWi      j,,,,,,     ._,.*,     A        |, sinful
Mr,  li.   A.  Shin .I    Okanagan   -inn   of deiilh anl desolnlion  ns    the
Landing, stopped oil in field lasl result of Thursday's storm reached
Thursday, culling on Mr.    ami      Mrs.   thi-, citj   today.
Swei-dfager        Mi.  Sinn  expressed       the   terrible    cyclone     struck       Iho
himself  delighted   with   iln*   tains,    neighbor! I       about     *J  o'cl„ck     on
nnd  I'icld parliciilarly, TIihivkIuj   nfleri n   and   was   ininieili*
alcly followed by M i.-irih. hail storm
which swepl a strip of country a mile
wide. Kverj Rouse mid shack in Ihe
I i.i 11,  of   iln*  -ii am   wa-  destroyed.
Tlnv,. persons were killed and seven
more or less seriously injured, The
dead uiv: Mulligan and Id- Iwo little
children. Iln* in'tned are: Mulligan's
mother,  Ins  in,, sisters  ami  Iwoof  hi-
Dtiring the     Bin I*r months  lbe ('.   brothers.
I'H.  will run ., local between l*iilgi|try       A   ,,-,.,„•   ,„.,„   „.,„„.,•   Wilson   ha. I   his
nnd   Field  it'll  Saturday   ami  Sun-    |,._,   broken.  A  man   mil I  I'almer had
day, arriving  in  Field  Saturday after-   |,j.s i-nllurlmiie broken, and  two others
noon     mid  lea*, inu     S lay    evening,    Thomas  ami  Ward,  were cut   and bruin
Ihis  „ill  enable  Calgary  people    and   edalioiil   the face.
those along lhc lim*  lo come  lo  Kieltl
Mi- IV. Mom- will
-Saturday ue\t. *lul
in,iii  September.
... ly     ...in,   -   I..*
straw)K*ri i,*-      ai     Sl    .lol
*
MALAKWA
\\
Terrible Cyclone
Large preparations an* lieing carried on by om* local sport-slllell for lh.-
lacrosse ami baseball matches, which
uiil   li,*  held  here  liolween   Field       and
i o,l,I,*,    Friday,  -Inly   1st,       There
will he .*, grand hall al night, ilm
Italian hand having Iveen secur.«d for
the occasion.
and spend Sunday, as well  as view  lh
lovely  inoiiiilain- en   route.
Kexl      Friday       and   Saiuiday        tlio
hinii's   Funeral   pictures,  and       othor
there   wa-   rat hor   an   exciting     lime 'subjects   will   lie  shown  al   lhc   F.dison
ill   iln*  business  pari   of   low a   on   l*'ri- ,Thent
day.   the   lentil   of   lhc   delivery   liu      of
ih,* Field Trading l'o. became frighten
,-1 a' some object ami ran uway.They
were brought to a standstill by some
w ho were able lo control them, but
not   until   the   riu   was   badly  snuishi.il.
Rail and Steamer
I'n,* d..-*roj,*,l   the  round   hon-.*  at' I
tu,.   loromolh uii f   ih,*  Ureal
Northern     al     Oroville     ,,n   Saiuiday
nigl   .  .lune   I-      ii i  lliesi gines
nituihci '■'i". wai considered a "hoodoo' oiii.nj railroad men alld no teal's
v ere sited al it - r,*lii,,\ al from act [ve
service.       \i   one   lime  and  another  it
,   ,        .     , i*        i     said   io   have  1 n   responsible     ior
t aiuuliati |
id,* .i.atli of over a    do/en    engineer*!
I'a
.:     ..ioi
ami tiremen.
.
I    *^..^_.^..^..^..^..^..^..^..^>'^>'^>'^>'^>'^>''^>'^>'^>'^>'^>'^>'^
Several  box, ar-   were  * ompletelj   de*
: hed an I their contents, ronsixUnjgV
\l . ,.*  i,,.*,  I,,* [ ned  :,• i Ikuliugnit
Iway,   lil..*  poini itterud   over tlm  rlght-
*  many yards, as the rasull
*      i,..|«,-,*n    ll,,*    -,,i|tllliollllil
Corporation ol' the City of
B-velsl
lhe Senilis lm .
,*\|„-   till    as    ll •       .
lo win  ■
At a
. ,i   *.,
:i,.|.**n>    in     al-
the I Iln      ,'.  - p.
1 M I.
lei -   at   once
f ing ol liu
-' ■    pipefor •!«
and
!■■■<-•
lo
■    .
-
|
■
*
■
:       ,.■,. I   *
he   I   .'i'i'*     I
• Ity.
I ll, bus.tbull
1
*■•     I ■
i.   ground
■
V  hi
I
etl foi    i tew
II,.    i.
md   -lam!
-     .in,,u-  a"d  ,*,  herd     of
* .,   inil-.s   norl li   of Okali-
o.   on   l ne .I.e.   nighl.
,1 wa- despatched from
.    om  ,i  war  *'• ,,'* I,,* k  IVed*
■* *.... .n   I,,*t. -,   * he
nl the I'.. I'.
' . Y. li . arrived from
- *      outh
Business Locals
ro'l.
FOR SALE
City importv in arrears foi* taxes
up li.Hls lie . UK'S, will lie sold nt
Public. A uei loll hi Ihe tiv Hall at '1
■'c'ock p.m. on Sitnid.iy, August 2Mb
pro.. imo.
BRUCE A   LAWSON,
,I\ 20 lm Collector
SPECIAL
To roim I on' a good mouth's
luisiiii s* on lb,* Inst day ol' Juno
ive are going to give you uu op-
p. nuuily to g,t your holiday
d esses at very low prices. We
lave the prettiest and cheapest
line of Princess Dresses and
Wash Soils in town, nml you
can buy nny of them on Thursday  nt.  one-third  oil'  tegular
prices.
I.INCKIilK   IM! KSSKS   iu
white, pink, blue, hello, etc., in
sizes III, illi and ,'IS.      Itcg. Price
$."ito$2n.    Thursday's Price
ONE-THIRD fiVV. '
Ll \ FN IM) AT S 1 ITS
in while, blue und tun. Itcg.
Prices, $7.,">l) to $12, Thursday's
$5 to $8
^b^['
LINEN PARASOLS
Linen Parasols, while and Pongee shades. Pretty designs,
and all wiib brass ribs that will nol rust, THUR3DAYS PRICE
OVE-THIHD OFF.
CHILDREN'S HATS AND TAMS
'lour choice of anvlhi* g in Ibcso lines i.ilso Infant's Muslin liotinels) at half price on Thursday,   See our window,
SUITS AND COATS AT HALF PRICE
All dny Thursday you enn have yonr choice of any suit or
coat In tbe stoic al ball pi Ire. 'Ibis is an tppoitunlty you
should nol ovei lo ,k. They arc all new. Spring stock. Wc sold
a lot Na' unlay nighl, mil if you want lo be sure of your size,
conic curly.
Vou will Mud   special   prices  on   ninny   lines   of seasonable
g Is iu all parts of lbe  store.    You   will   lind them   on   the
tables and   count ers,  plainly  priced,  where vou  can  examine
t hem carefully.
Kte/i/ia/L
FO;;R C   □□   O'     Ci O   OOS.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bukad
- ami you (should insist upon Retting tin1 best ut nil
limes—get cun*. Our reputation lur good hrend is not
tbe resulL of chance. Our customers mo satisfied that
ours is the most sattsfttctory bread tln*y enn hay.
Try it and y.ui wi1! become a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with om' bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
(W i?**. C-'?%>.:',   -\e\
 fe.;^
WC^^^ *JJ
Corporation of the Ci y of
Summer
Ni:(i:ssitii:s
Here an h few artlolefl cliunen
at random from our large
•tCH k "f ToHet Got «i«
Wttch Ha/el   double distilled 35c
Bcmo Almond   Cre.im   for   the   Oom-
pitiion soc
w.i«h r.'ik* 1&c nnd 25c
Pnimer't   Ro«e   Unvei    Toilet    Water
50c    tl 00    I'.' 00
Crushed Ro*e Tntcum 26o
Cold Orwuti ?5o
Bews' Drug Store
•
1 lil
lhl
1' ■
■
•
vhii It
a iml
*
■ i
TENDERS WANTED
-1 \l.kh ThNllKKS aihlic-iil i,
thr* unrleralfttied will be received Rl lbe
i i y II li U|i I" "ii'i'Iiick iMmiilay, .Inly
I 1, |>11 nil) ,., fol I he cm avalinli anil
i,a I*. Rllil .' "1 I Ic il I' li ami fol' I lyini;
be pipe tin thi.  new  iva'eiwoikn.   A
in.I k.al i III   |ie* I'l   lice | .1 cent, uf lie*
nn,iiiiiI nl t.i 'I.i In,uen p my. Plnni
Hal **|.e, i !n it ...ii. ua \ie\v at the Oity
II,.i1
itiiii'i: a   i,\us(iv,
i'ity Olork.
'A
.(•Mil   *
\      il   ■■ . . .i,      '■■■*. , nml
.**    .    I   . ,1      M        I
 I  " uli  whii h hn    -* i      i* ■
■ In*       hi -mm         ii iiiii  <,tii    l,ink'-     iii'l     I le
fl a -X ilulNi/     i. I      I, ,   |.        I i Iiiii. k   L'I '      .11    lofty   | I    ** I'l' '
.,-l  H.i! .1 nn' -    hoiikjei     I. l |i<*
. I Jeep min  iln   Iln li       \  *i.   *-
nill  hie tn 'li''      'I"   '-'.'"iii'l * he I. t.ii*I
l.l.vl  I'li'ln .lv      iiiii    ih,   Injured     In I
ca    taken   in  llie  li*. i"1       ■   ''i'lr
\l I    11
'
. 1,.
Coming Events
\n  ic* nee will   li**  held      in
   Hull   11 ill     I i.n .1 !■•     lum
i. i.'i i.n,* * nil  iii I,ion I    firnnl
tn    a,,, '■"■    , < ouple,
\ ■   ihi   l'i" l' '* I'm   Mini
■   I
*'. .         'i
■
lion   "I '-a''
ii.      i
\ ■ it..
.a,   \\, .1'.,     I ,        I!  i   .     Ii'm'I I I   '
|„    I,,-I     I,.     I'     II    ' I    '' H  '■
,    *     ,,„   lm,k    *   „.  „„„,. n-  '' m,lh'
|«-   '''       IW,|  :''''     ',       ,      ,   the   IimI,   "f   Sot, *    ' '        I   ' I*"""
hand*.. -.,„.
Corporation nf the City ol' llrv-
rlstiikii
TENDERS WANTED
KK \l.Kl> TKNUKIIH i" i"
I'.HH' '1   \* ll ll I kill   ill. Ij   ,.     tm    fit '
IK»r rent, of Amount "I tender will ti*
ii Mail il b\ tie* tinderalgned up lofl
I'cloek |i in . .lulv lib, proximo, tut nn
.,I,lit,..li I" 'I .■ I'iiv.,1 lb || IO, I'laie
mil -iii i ileal i"H* i ii be iccli ill tbc
.'111.*.* nf Iho Oily t ll l'k.
HIM t E A   l.\W BON,
u m I) a City Clark.
PICNIC   EDIBLES
When preparing the basket (ur Dominion Day
buy the picnic ediblea that  you know you will
relish.    (lur stuck  in this line is new ami prices
reasonable.    Phone 93.
McIntyre  &  Son
Ice Cream * Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPBN   TIM.   MIDNIGHT
Horses for Sale
One Heavy Stallion.
i i B heavy "i oung I folding,
One Yimou liny driving and rid-
ing Gelding.
One Hay driving and riding .Mure
■Villi   (Mill.
('lill    lie   Hi ill    lit til" Mill, ftl  Big
Eddy.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED   Apply
in !-'■ ><>ti" A 1'i'iiiluliiii.
WANTED TO BELL   A  bedroom
•nil,  a  map.     Call  after 7p.in. next
Laundry office, MoKensle Ave.
Farm For Sale
WANTED   I'n BELL   Perm of    11:>
a'i'es. nice I'i'utiiiti, cIobq iii railway
nnd m*Iiii,,I.   flood road, well waterod,
I"   r " . " I      Initial!    laud.     The
j.*ui.i Irult land.    Apply to F. Bayns
Malakwa, U. C, t.c.
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