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 v:
"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60.
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
The Mail-Hepald
Vol. 16-No. 51
REVELSTOKE, B. C. JULY 2, 1910
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Puolishing Company
S     Jq\     PRlifcJTtoS AND PUBLISHERS    J
$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
$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
COUNTY COURT
RAILWAY FOR BIG BEND
SOCHI AND PERSONAL
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
A Bitting ui ilu* I'. ly Court    was
lu'lil on Wednesday Inst,  .Judge  Forin
being mi the bench.
ClilMINA I.
li."*. v, Takwla—Dotendnnt was char-
ged «iili obtaining goods from I', 15
Hum.' & Co., nl Arrowhead, bj fulso
pretenses, II.* was found guilt) ami
neniciieed in two months imprisonl
uniii. ('. I'., dillnii acted I'm- lho
erowu .nnl il. S, McCartor for llu*
defence.
Itoxv,   Powers   A   thefl   case, accused
being  i in it ted fm   trial   recently  by
iln* citj  police ''iini.     Accused mil mi
suspended sentence.
CIVIL CASES.
Sorrentino \. Colarch. - Colarch
lliiul hud a contract with ilu- C. I'. li.
fm* sliovelling .■...il. nud Innl employed Sin ri'iiliiiu in wi.rl. f.ii Iiim. Sm-
reiiliuo claimed a balance of wages
ilm*. Ilii< '1.urn was dismissed. tn
S. M.I ai Imi appeared fm* |llailllilT a'"'
t\.   I.   Uriggd  I'.i   defendant.
St-evenson v. Cale) llii- case was
ail.imnmil from iln* last court. Stevenson claimed balance nf wnges, de-
fondant disputing umoiinl nf claim.
•Judgment was given fnr the plaintiff
without costs. C. I'*.. Ciillan tipponr-
i-il fm* ihe plaintilf and IN. I. Briggw
fiir defendant.
Codsoe v. McCinuis- This ease was
u'ljmiiin'.l -iill the sitting ai 'J'rout
Luke nn .Inly  I'.nii.
Olson v. Burr—Olson claimed the
balance nf payment for a team of
horses bought b.v Purr from liiin in [
P."'I. Burr contended he had paid
the amouiit nf ilu* purchase mono) in
full. 'I'lie case was adjourned in order to senne evidence fm* ilu* defend .
ant from Y. ('. Klliott. ll. S. MeCarter for plaintiff and Vi, 1. Briggs
for defendant.
Calgary Milling l'o. v, Mountain
Supply Co.—Adjourned till next  court
Application of plans for cancellation
of the Canterbury Townsito—Adjourned till the lirst sitting of court after
vacation. Vi. 1. Briggs for the applicants.
A number of chamber applications
were also made.
i. ii      I    M*"  pngo'  '••"•  M|SS  Eloanor Paget
Enqmeers Start Locating New wi > -> •> '«* a h >■ u„  ,.,
J J Toronto  ami  othor poinl
Railway from Revelstoke
..i.ii
Thai iln* C. I'. li. ii' in cain,-l in \[
ils scheme in open up iln* Big Bend
by railway transportation ami build
a connecting lini* liotwecu HevnUtokii
ami iln* Urund Tiuuk I'ncitic nl Tuto
ilauiic Cucho,  is evident  from  tlm fad
tlml   a  parly  of     locating    engii rs
numbering Hi arrived lasl nighl from
ih,. east. Thoy will ularl lucttling
ih.'   pcrmniionl    way    in.iih of  liovel- jwhei
lol,'   ai   "ii"   ami  will   meet     ai     llu* '
junction of Canoe river  ami  the Col
iiuilii.i,     ilu.     parly     which   ha*   liuu
north  from  Ronvon li  locating   ilu
lim* 'along ilml  aim of  ilu* i ivor.
Theuce   ilu*  location   mirvej   will    In
pushed mi in Tete Jiuiiiu Cache.
The iociilion of llu* lim* around    iln
Columbia     from     Uevelstoke    will  In
Th.'    Ladies'    Aid   nf lho Methodist
huri'li   will   hnlil     llii'ir     annual     lawn
tin
church grounds Thurs ■
|day, duly  I hh.
\ number nf mombors ni iln* Revel
Bloke Lawn Tennis club visited Kamloops yi'si.'iihiy io play a tournament
wiih  ihr  Kamloops  tennis club,
W, ii. Clillett, ..f S'olson, was in the
citj   Wednesday  en  route  fm*  Stewart,
he   has  several   llll'gu     llllildltlg
contracts.
Kverutl      Cameron  lefl      Wednesday
 niiiL' fm- I Ihiciigo ami   Luke ticnevn
where  In*  will  spend  a mouth  at     tin*
>.  M. C.  A. camp.
Oscar ami Albert Ahrahamson, who
an* attending Hn* Columbian Collogo,
al   New   Westminster, returned      home
'uiinni'i   holiilays
completed l>>   lho time  muiw   Hies, ami 'yesicrclni   I'm*  lh
alt  will be  ready  for construction    In   i
,'      *,   ■ .1. AbrnhttniHon, whn has ln*i*ii   con-
next   spring,   when   il   is     staled    con-
  -        i ,    I'm,*.I   In   his   Iii-i    fin*     I he      past,   week
tracts will lie In   i -li    the    road '
with  a  severe  rheinnatie  attack,       is
making   rapid   progress   towards        re.
■overy.
lo completion  n*-  soon    as     possible
and  that lhe line to     connoet      will
Tele   .lallne   t'a'lle    will    he    ready      fill     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
trallie Ly  the  time the (irand    Trunk |    K. A. Bradley ami A. IL Allen wen*
Pacific  Railway  is completed, passengers mi  the  boal   this  morning
Nvherothey will proceed in \isii the
Consolation mine at French Creek, in
the Big Bend.
Mis.    V.   VI,    Lllillg,   whn   represented
Revelstoke at    the  big     Vi   ('. T. I'.
onvention  at   New   Westminster,    has
be held  yesterday  between  the    upper   returned  home     and  reports  the con-
i,ih1 lower (own commenced nt      2:30   vention was a great success,       There
sharp.      The  upper   town      was   repre-   are  now   1200  members   of   the   W.C.T.
sented by  Win.  Lawrence    and W. li.   U. in B. C.
Ilntiiell.     ami   nwiiie;   In   some   niisiin-       . ■ M ,. ,   i
Lieut.    Alex    i,runt    was presented
del-standing,   lhe  lower   lown  had    tn      ...       ,      , ,   ,, .
with  a   handsome cigar    holder      and
be content   with a couple  of    pick-mo-       ,   ,   .      . ....        , ■  , ,     ,   ,,
, salad  bowl   on   lhlirsdav  night  at  the
tips-        lhc  contest   waged  wiih    un.   .-,   ,.       .,   „    „     , ,.       ,*.
     , ,        . , -l*'- Lo., tt.  JI.  IL, dunce ou his retire-
even odds  till  after  the   hfth  set. when
SPORTING NOTES
TENNIS TOURNAMKNT,
Tin'  tennis  tournament   advertised (t
the uppers displayed  obvious
ment from the company'     Lieut.
just as well and might be     confused
with tlii' score nf „ cricket match. 'I'he
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfico—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 Agents at all principal points in Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Kx-
change National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Departmant
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date ot' deposit,   Correspondence solicited.
Rcvolstoko Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
a
The lievelstoke baseball team secured ;i well earned victory over
Kamloops yesterdayj the score being
D-7, 'I'lie loca! boys played a line
game ainl held their own right  along.
FOR CAMPS
We Put Up
Choice Corned Beef
and Pickled Pork
In 100 lb. and
200 lb.  Barrels
P. Burns & Co.
Mining Aceivity
(Fort Steele Prospector)
From all quarters come reports ol
renewed activity in minin-tr. Districts
lllal have for some lime been more
or less neglected are now roceiving
attention.  .Mines aie being opened   up
nd prospects developed on every
hand. The ore shipments bo far this
year indicate a lar greater output
lli.ui lhat of lasl year. Extensive
experimental operations are being
conducted with a view to arriving nt
a commercial basis for the exploitation of iin* /in.* resources of West
Kootenay.
One branch of these experiments is
being curried on right in Cranbrook,
lint so far insufficient advance has
l"-i   made to permit of any publicity.
The work now being carried out under iln* auspices of tin* mines department of the Domiuion government will
lit is hoped, lie the means of gucoess-
fully elucidating this problem.
j In connection with mining activity
|in these pnrts, ii is especially worthy
of M.lie ihnt Messrs. Mackenzie and
Mann, lhe railroad builders, purpose
erecting  a   smelter    at     Kiinberley  in
ih.* verj   near future and  io    proceed [oral, showing scenes nlong  tin
actively    with    the development       of jof the great  |ii'oii'ssion  .     Tl
their mining  properties  in   thai   vicinity.  Messrs.  Mackenzie .V   Mann    hnvo
si-, in. .1   ron' ml     of   a      lien      , heme ul
l'i""*- of mineral extraction ihe Invention of aii Ontario chemist, whieh
it i*. believed "ill solve iIm- difficulties heretofore encountered in the
treatment  of ginc-henring oiv-f
^^_^ IL'"S °   lla't made the presentation.
Fatigue,   and   lhe   pick-ups   not   second i
breath.      The result  was  seven to live |    Avery enjoyable picnic was held    on
in favor of the latter. |Saturday   Inst   at Columbia  P„rk    by
BASEBALL. St. I'eter's church Sunday school. The
Advices from Nakusp stale lhat the ' (1-l.v was sl"-'»l >» rambling through
baseball game between -Nakusp and ""' wood*, Bamea n"d refreshment*,
Revelstoke Intermediates yesterday re. ,^K lilllu folk3 especially enjoying
suited   in  an  easy   victory  for     llcvel- , themselves.
stoke, wiih a s.ore of I'J to 1- If ||is  Royal  Highness  the    Duke of
Kire Brigades No. 1 and 2 met yes- Connaught is appointed governor-
terday morning at baseball, the lat. I general of Canada, Ilis daughter, the
ler winning after an exciting and Princess Victoria Patricia "ill le0d
hard fought mat' h. Unfortunately Canadian society. At present she
the Bcoro book was i,,st in the excite- ;*■ {he most popular princess in Eu-
ment mil we are unable to give tho rope,
details,  whieh  under   ihe  conditions  is
Hardware
STOVES   McClary's, Kootenay, and Sask-Alta
Fatuous Cook Stoves. Granitevvate.
PAINTS   Sherwin-Williams'   Paints  and  Varnishes and other Best Brands.
HARNESS-Team   and   Single   Sets,    Whips,
antl 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
Dashing Attire
for Young Men
A man looks his best when he is dressed
in keeping with the weather. It is not
necessary to 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.''
Uu Monday the sliufl of the steamer
Kootenay broke on Arrow lake near
Bdgewood,   mid   was   towed   in     there
game was much enjoyed by spectators i ...    , ,       .,     ...  . ,   i ,.
,     , ,., till   llu;  arrival  of  llle   Millionth!   day
and players alike. '
when llie passengers were taken on to
Arrowhead. 'Ihey spent tin- day view
ing the falls and other sights of
Edgowood. ti
.1.   Messenger, recently  from  England
High Class Entertainment
L I M IT E I)
J
Are You Crazy ?
Tin- great comedy will In* pm mi
al ihe kdls,iii Theatre on Monday
night.       Originally    thi- play      was
named    " I he     I hi.*'       I *.*. in-"      lll'l     ihere
are some in thi*. city who have s,*.n il
played iu the ^nst  and mi ihe const*
anl   who   will   i"ll   \ on   thai   il   is     the
funniest comedy ever> presented to
lie* theatre goern of the west.
There   a'"   -ivleell    | pie      willi |||i<
company anl one ,,f ihe best orchestras that  ever playod before a  Revel-
-lokeaildielle,*. A    lllltllpcr    hoU-e i-
e\p." te I ami -eai- should be reserved
early. Hesorvcd noats fl, admission
7-V., children fitk'.
A  return match will be     played      nt i   now in charge of the Palace    Meat
Kamloops  on  July   I'J.   Orange  Day. Market, and takes  the place of  II.  It.
Vancouver  won   both   games  against .Maundrell, who has been appointed  to
Taeoina. take  the management  oi a branch    oi
I.ACUOSSE. P.  Hums ,*.  L'o. at Cranbrook.       A.
Westminster bent  Vancouver by (I to Cirauor, also of the local branch, will
nil  in  llie league championship match accompanj   him.     They    lei I   Wednesday fur Cranbrook.
Me--  ('reighton has  left      llovelstoke
fm*   lhe   .oasl.    She   will   lake   up     her
The programme nl   the Edison    last 'residence at    Pernio.     A  teacher     of
niehi   was  evepiiounlly      good       and    piano,   ih *y   and   voice     from        the
drew   a  largo  house,   there  being sear-'.Metropolilaii  College of  Musi.*. Toi'on-
eely standing room.       The     pictures 'to, is taking  her plan*.     Miss Croigh-
Included ihe late  King  Edward's fun-   i  during  her residence  here.      has
tulle   iiiii'li* a large number of friend-.     As
faees   a   lea'hei   of   music she  has   had   ' on-
ami feaiure- of King floor-go   and his   -ek-mlile -ue,,.-- .,inl     her    departure
two son", the vi-iiine  niou.iieh-. piiu*   will I"* grentlj   regretted.
■ es. ;ll„| other   distinguished    |ier>m,  |    v  nimW wiM hr|(| nI| |h|.     irl,„111,|-
ages were clearly visible.     Those pictures give an excellent    idea    of      tin
mauiiitiiem  pageant, I
Th ■ I ,i-i Kuppci uiul lu'lrayal of
Christ by dtidas was another well
sliifed      pi,Tun*,    ronlislie  nml  vivid.
Selel.il        hiell       e|;i-s     ei illlel lies, nil'l     . ^^^^^_^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^
presenl   ami   all   eniereo   iuu.   ine     oui f    „|„.,,.   ,|„.v    will
•el         Ill*  I'll    llU       lhe    lea     IN llll r>', , I    I       II l„l„
.       ,.      mi ',      and   i I" s  provided.    II hln.i    ,       ,.,      k   ,,,.,      ,|,,.,.,
.ml a picture »nn«  by   Mr, Moan made ,   . . :i,   ,    , ,      '""    "■' "      ''
up .*, Irsl rale performance,
The King's  i'mieial  plctliro will      l«
repealed     iLr||l.   lllll     I lie   H       of    llll ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
programme  is entireiy   new.  Including I   *■  ■'    Hrnndiitli ictui I on Thur ^^^
il„, ••|'„„1 Tniner."                                     daj   Irom the south where ho hud been the Strand  and other  London publicn-
'arranging for regular supplios ol fruit tions: (i.  Unu.- Uu   ell, art-i I; J.  B.
„i   !|„. .liiieieni   prairie  lair-,   lb* Bays I:   Evans  Uiles, llcneral   Itadnor,  Wal-
He   '  • .loliBBOn and lleilliy  havo mag i,*r Powers, Montreal; ■!. Westrj  Swan
|       \    pi' HI.     wa-    held   mi    lhe        i.'l,,illi.
ne.ii   S.   \ Ilium's   house Oil   Saiuiday  |
-I   by   lhe   loeal   Siainliiiav i.ui- lo  [
'celi-lii,io*  ilu* foundation of  iln ler i
of  ihe  Scandinavian   Vid  and  hVllow-
Inp Socio!,)   in  Kovitlstoko,      \    large
liiiniliei* oi adults and children      were
llllll    all    ellteleil    ml..     I he       iim
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.
Yellowhead Pass
\    p ,1 Ij   III write
I'l
hon    wa      kepi    ll).    llll    'lull-.
Ininciii-' a ""|M enjoyable da;
close.
dull* llic
Band Coot
ol ih" I'roie-i.iut church, a- by law
established in England and I shall ac-
eonlimi  to ih,* Hue intent of the   en*
  a !'" Hneiii- which secure  l'i Uuil  nn~
Vellow ■" n"1 I" lho throne ..f un realm, up
,,..„! p;l.. ,,, r,,i, .* i:,p, u. Iii ihe '',,1,1 .uh I maintain Ihe -aid onact,
.lnrl, ,,, | i, Lowry, Washington monu lo the besl ,,f nn powers ami
.,„,,. pmi*Lin ol •!"• New Iml l'o-t; ncciinling i., tbe law."
I*    \    l.dlioi. of  il*-     World's  Work,
The Late Archie McNeil
I h.   funeral  of  the  late Archie
\i  im,ai on  Monday. Clamant llrass
|Hand wiih the "Aro  Ion Ornny" Co,,
will play mi  McKenzie avenue,  lu    lhe
ivcnlng  in fionl   oi   lhe   Ceull'al   hotel,
Clearing Sale of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Millinery
at Cost Price
Mus.  A. Ci.  Crick
TWO DOORS BAST i'l   EDISON THEATRE
Big Orange Celebration
  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Me-
„il, ,     crops of'chcmcs at iheir or'- Lllicial photograpl^r lor the li.  I. P., ;>«'•••. *> '"'  »l   '<''"»l « "" Bat-
,l,.,,,l    ,,„  ihe w,*i  arm  oi Ko,,,e„.,i    II.  It.  Churl     general    advertising   ""'n)   «»<■   took  place ou  Mon-
lake.     At  Kaslo  I tired exlruoi    agenl I id    I'. P. ol Winnine*    ,,ltt>   "   Kevelstoko.     A large aumber
,. , .i.i.o    i.   ,i,. "' 'iti'ei,- attended the Onnl obsflflliies
llllall    alld    llllelc   llll.'    e\llll>ll-    III    I lie -, *,      „ ;||    , ,.L..   ll,*,,   „,.1A.«   „,„l   Iwnli. ^^^H^ ^
I hej  w ill ink.* in.* .odd.- and twen
evening in irolil <u  tne lonti'ai lioiei, "",,,. 'i i.i ,.i *l."i-.*.|     having    a  wide
Front  -in., .mu  i',::iii I   ,„   ""I '    ''■; """'"' "    '''";- D   >"■"-  »«»!"  I-' '- o' -P    Wends.
7 ir, ,„ front „f   Edi  Theatre.      '/,' ^,T   lbr."m ■ '"V   ,h8 Pll  trip. „„...,
it, ( . fruit oxhibit. '• I    Mr.  M.Acil wn« one m\ i
circle  <>f
The Coronation Oath
London, .lune
^^^^^^^^^^^     f   the   old   tilll-
eis of  Itevelstoke,  and during his resilience  here  was highly est,* ined  by  all
who knew  Iiim.      Tlu*.      funeral  Morvii*,'
Premier    Astojuith   *•* held al    Howson's     undertaking
Alum-ind by ciie- of distress     from |   The lawn social held ill  the lin f
the occupant  of a sinking pnnl, near   Mrs. W,  M.  I.nwi' 'o on     Wi<lnei laj
Sicnmoiis yestoi'day,    n    launch    con, 'nighl, under the ausphvs ol tho l.nd-
Itnining a numiier of  holiday  mnkors,   les of St. John's church, proved      a ,    -    -  -    ;■-«•-■'; i ,
lincludlng  I'V •',   Charlie Smith,   cent   e-s in spile „f the  ton    introduced  todaj   the , bed      bill   looms, the  Kev. 0.   \. I ,,„ uuier „lh<-
iWonty Smythe and several met f   ing weather.     The lawn  was prettily   altering the I I ll ligious dec-   wtaiy.     A long P'owsnon ol Ir.end.
1 ',!„. ,„.„* C.P.U. h I. were  decmaied with strings ol elootric light   laratim, required ..( the sovereign up-   ol  lbe debased followed Ihe    ren,,,,,.,
Ihe mean- of , ulng a d.ow„i,lir,„,„,   ,,„ eMellent programme of music   be- |on  hi .aUon.     In     , toied   to  lhe cemetery,  the pall benrere be-
icsi the do. nil f the Roman church   'ngt    »* Hill. I. Walsh, .1. laughton
i- nm singled .mt for repudiation, but 'I'* Murphy, <i. Hawker, .1.11. Cretsmgn
is simply  iilln in. <i  that   'In*  sovereign j 	
i» a faithful Protestant.      The    pnr5- I    m,,.   ||.  (Tnminithani  Morris,    Un,
The Ornnge Parade al   Kamloops on
July  13th will    be attended by 7,.Mm
Orangemen      Special rnles ttrg olTored l''".v,'d on
Revelstoke W.7ft,  Clraigelaehie S3.9B, "'"' WH" '" ,li,,i'"l,i,,H    '"   ""'   l"'"1   ln8 furnished  by  the  lievelstoke City
\..i h Mill »I.M, lluck*. 7n, , t'lanwil' wl,i'11 lla'1 "'l'-'"''!*     The iiiiiii     Was  Hand,     Refreshments of all klnds'wore
ilnm W.M,  sicainnus 82.B8," Shuiwap   ":"lv  "" '"  "'"'"   Ul"  l"'""'1'    '"""' 'H!m"' l)y ''"' l'"li"u' wllil" " '' '"""
•| |-,     ii,,,.,.     Vnllcv   s<:t :'„"i   Salmon "P '" ''''"'   '""' '' """ """"' ''""' '""   y-'1' l<-'">   attracted a largo number   of
A substantial   sum
tuu fi.On, i ha-e 11,30,     liandi in .
  an I children o    yearn     and     A } 'til meeting "I  the    Agrlcul-
undei twelve yca'b of age,   hull of Mural    Society   will be held   Tuesday
above tstoi, uc\t, ut the City Hull, ul 8 o'clock,
the   sterner   sex.
wua  I'culi/.ed.
Moving Pictures To-night.
Igroph  read-  Hun.                                         |j\.  H    \||,.n.  Miss  llardie, and Mesnrs.
I do -ohniiiK   and   in erely,   i   the   < ronyn, Pool and Sinall left yestel
presence  ul Ocd,  profoss,  lestifj    and .day  for Kamloops  to [day a Inwu
•Ju'.luiu  that  1  am a faithful  member   u*uuis tuuruument there. <
Ynge 5
THE MAIL-HEBALD'REVELSTOKE, B C
SATURDAY, JULY 2ND, loin.
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AKVKY, MoOARTKK
ANU PINKHAM,
H\KK18TKKH, 80L101TOB8, KTC.
AL  HANK  HlMl.llINU 1UVKI.
ri } 11K I-, 11. Ol
Money t-o loan.
OiBcoe: Itovolaioko, B t .   Uraubrook, U, I*.
UtO. ». MCCAHTKlt
«..  M.   I'l.VKHAM*
IteveUloke.
J. A. Haiivky,
Uraubtooli
w
, 1LL1AM 1. UKKiliS
BarriBter
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor for:—•
Iue Canadian Bank of     -mmkkok,
The Molsons Hank, Ktc.
FIRST ST.,   -   KKVJSL8T0KM, B,U.
H
UBKKT SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
MiuinK Surveyor
i biugiueoniig
MoKknzie Avknuk,
iinx UKi, Kkvkustokk
CLEARVIEW
We are now offering for sale lot-* in this most attractive
suburb, its close proximity to the 0.1'.II. Shops anil Ollices nnd
its sheltered situatio'i makes it especially desirable to those
home makers who wish to aiid gardening to the general attractiveness of their holdings. The snow goes fully two weeks before
any other part of the Town, and being sheltered from wind and
storm, fruit trees flourish 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 ,iow offer are the best value ever offered.
The view of mountain and valley is unsurpassed and a more
charming residential part it would be impossible to lind anywhere in the City.   The present is the time to buy.
REVELSTOKE GENEEAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
Sir Wil'riii Lm r
Sir Wild id l.aiiiiiT nnd liis party will
lpavo Calgary alter midnighl on the
ITih nf August, slop for two hours at
(loltlen *,ii<1 ftl Uevelstoke on the ISth
lenvo Uevelstoke ut IS o'eloek mnl go
through  tu    Vnnioiiver, arriving  there
olboul   lu o'eloel  ilie llllh, take tho
boat for Prince Itupert that night,
return to Vancouver '.'Itli ami on lo
Viutorin, liulil a meeting in Victoria on
lho 25th and one in Vancouver mi lhe
L'Tili lean* Vancouver on the 2Sth su
••is lo iva.li Kamloops on the 21)th
aimnl   In o'clock  mil  spend  three    or
eulod in orchards or fruit laml should
back Imn up as Btrongly ns possiblu
in hi- sploudid work
THE MINES
Iln* imll ini"  al  New   Michel nro
pening    lip full  blast,      I'wo lilindied
It  would In*  well  if  iln* . lii, I    ol the
lire    il.'i'ai tin.'in     il lil  again  direcl
the  atleuth I  the cilj   council       to'miners  huve  I n  emiiloyed  llieie    n-
11 Id  shacks in  lhe cilywlfteli  are  a 'ceutly, ami more are wi I. The out
i are   to   neighboring   buildings.,     as Ipm   will  Imi   llllltl  tons  a dnv,
well  a-  unsightly   from  a  civ'n     point I
ol view.     Smh .*, i-ecominetidutioii was
mude -nnil* lime ugo, ami llioiigli    the
council ivi'i'iieil it  to the I'. \V. ,,mI  I..
committee,    no    action     lum yet  been
taken  ther       In other towns      of
tho province  vigorous  steps  are lieing ',
taken  to elen il   these old, dnnger- |s,1>s '"' lms s  ""   '"''
.•us and unsighth   buildings,  Uul   '(,,.• !wl",|v '" ''•• '•• ;""1 ll""
I ■   (here;  limn | iced  lo Ver-
I In* name evening und hold ;l  ' t-
ll"""   A Ibsei-vei'  says:       |in„ ;„ Vernon on (he nighl ul the Willi
i;*   's-   McCuitel     ami     A.   K.   |onV„   ,|,,,,   ,,i_■ I.i   and  enlch    boat     at
,,1    Uevelstoke,    were      iu   .\rrowhoiiil the morning of the ill. nnd
",u" ""   l'"'-'la>   ami  took  a   trip  tn Ln i,, \„|„,h dial  night, hold , I-
'"  ""'i'   *■"••   hln.    Mi*.   ;„„  |„   \,,|s |,„  lliiri,(  ,,[ ,|„.  |st  ,,f
""'-  I'M"'!!     ami      In* ;s,'|,i,.|„li,',*.   lonve  Nelson   for lhc Clows
The
Messri
llrmlli
A.   Mill.*.'-.  ,*l
lliailli'.v  is  a
lys  In'   ha*   seen   t
.il       li
tuiy  \.*si ,„, ti
c. w. o  w.
Mountain Viov» Camp, No. 219
■ MeiiU- Scoouil mnl K,nirth Wuiluenlays tli
"•cb uioulh. in Selkirk Hull. Viniuu Wood
Bien oordiallr inviuxl ie ullciul.
W   E. OSUOBS E, Con. Coin.
JAS. MclM llih, Uloik.
Kootonay Lodgo, No. 1*5, A F. & A. M.
1    'I    was ,,„;„.|,   Lethbridge lal
tlie  old  sh,*,'*ks   Front   slicel  would  li,i ! I'"':"'"1    '"  "    l'".viu«      ''"'"l1    ""u1,1   nighl  or each  on  in
one uf the most  attractive streets    of .SnM>   '"'"-  '" S|"U'"""'
the 'ily.   anil  should  lie  iiliwle so.   lhe
lirsl  step  iu  this  direction  is  tu havo
iln-  ohl    ami      dilapidated      Iinil.lings
cleared out.
HASE IViU.VITTl IIK.
Th.* C. I'. If. don'l appeal lo be so
kind to Hill anil Dun a- ilu* government of Uritish Columbin. ['resident
McKcn/.ie compluius that ihe t . I'. I!.
bought ihe Dominion Atlantic over
llu- head ol the ('. V li., ami pleads
lh,* V. V U. refused to buy ihe C,
ami  I'., because they know  iln* t'.l'.U,
wai I ii.     What a     shame.       'Thai
is   a-   hail   a  J'.ll   us      Kamloops     has
elii-iim   d, make  ihem
J. T. POLLOI K. Mas i i.n.
(HAS. J. A.MAN. St. KLl.iuv
SELKUiK. LOUWK li I.O.O. F.
MbuIs overy Tliiirs-
ilay   ovenitiK   in   Sel-
kkirk Hull nl 8 u'elnrt
 J\'i-ilini: l.r-slhron »ro
Cordially iDTfti'd tu nU.iul.
L   PROBYN, N.O.        JAS. ilATlllK.Slte.
Tin. roKnl'ir iiinot-
IngS iim Iml,I ill Ihi)
MASUS It! TEMPLE, o.ldlellnws'
Hull, mi ihu iliinl   given  ihem  I
SSSttiVi n'ni.',n I"-""' •■'  i'y ii I",* I,, bring
Vi-iiini!   1,'o.hraii  ,|„.ir  railway   into  it.     «.*     womler
ro rnidiul y  vs*ul-
wliiii sort ni a proposition they will
pu' up '.. Uevelstoke when thej bring
lum this ' ity their branch line which
iln* I'liinii'i has promised, Kvidonlly
this .in will lil,,. Knmloops, Ik nskoil
lo pay fm i! aa well a- > ai iy ils
share uf the plus ini ml bond L.'.lar
uulee.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No. 28, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKTS tVhUV   HBUMSSUAY
BXOOpt llur.l Weiliiesdiiy li
eecti meiitti, iu ' ie    i.lil,-°'i',w
Ilall     »l    S    O'OlOOk.      Visit Bs'
KuIkliu •"-">■' ooruwlly uiviieu.
d a. McDonald, :. c,
U. B. BHUt'Ki K   nt K. & S.
I. P.   SMITH. M, nt F.
I'Ol.lTK'Al  iii*'i;i; \n\ i iiin
Vtiuiiiey i icuei'al   Cniuplwll   ol   Mini
lull.,   has   ma,I,*   some   t'l'eal   stunts     I'i
IKKTS nVKKY WEUNKSIIAY,   In-   lime,   Iml   tl losi   strel s       ,,f
all i- lu- , hat ■:■ ilmi ,ii opponent.
II.na, .* i K.i mm 11,»I iu hold up
Judge   l'i nilliulm.*  I',,,   S|(l,unu  I,,i   |,„|
itieul   pun  li  t'ampliell   Is-lievisl
llle charge to l«* ti ne il u.i- In .Ini*,
iu   huve   heI   t'lievriel   arivslml       nnd
pI'OSI !       ilmlei     li..*    M illiill il
; I'm idellllj   ih,     \i i.a".    ' knew
he  could   nol   in ii,.    i.
i in   ih.'  other  linn i   ' hi
cuting  Imn  foi    ...
~ i ■   M . I i r'ul
j in iiiiinensn
'   M'*e!s     ill    I.ti, II.   I'.   Hall    It''XI    1"    lh,'   |""pl,'   "I    ■    iiuulii   im!
Tapping'!1   Oporci  House, every fourth   .\.,nl     before     thai irney
Monday in nionlh. lienernl  ol  -J
\ sittuR   hi.'t n.n   cordially    wel-
pi ai    to   'm
I . K.. CLABENl B II IRTE.
\fier ins[ieetiug ilu* gypsum tlepos-
its ai lli'uud 1'iaiiii*. Henry I'earce,
representiny Knglish capital, who was
un llu* -ami' trip. returned from
ihai section thui*.iiiLthly convinced that
he has gol In,hi ni tin* biggesl gypsum
deposit in ihr world, one thnl nill If
able iu supplant all other competing
sources fm* ih.* munufuciiu'c uf I'orl'
laml cement. All extensive plant will
lie put in ami all electric railway run
iu  iln* piiipeily.
A  rich -nil i n*beslos  i- I'cpol t.-.l
ou Mananl'- taii'h, two miles Irom
tlkuliagllll I'alls. I'he I'i'p.iit -lai.*- a
vein contnining 12 lo II inches of
-..Iiii asbestos ore h.i- been discovered
with u surface whlih uf oi'.  inches.
ning   uf  lhe  '.'ml,  ami
iln*    same
S ,,f 3rd.
lhe   membership   ol   lhe   parly      will
consist   uf  Premier  l.uiirier,  lion.  C.l'i
lliahnm,  10.  M.  McDonnld,  V.  I'ardee,
Itulph   Siniih   ami   Senat.u*   Uostoek,
Trainmen's Trouble
Montreal, 'Inn,* 2S.- Moulieal of-
n'cials uf lhe I IM!. ami a delegation
uf trainmen hud a conference at noun
at the close uf whieh ilie railway
p.'uple would  make no statement.  The
men gave it  tu b iderslood thai lhe
conference was fruitless anil that il
was now a question for tlie men to de
.ide what  action  they would  take.
Moving Pictures to-night.
Dominion  Lands
At  ih,* Nugget  liuin*  there ure blocked   uul     alioill     .'ill.      tuns     of     .ue.
wIiiiii i- st.^,.,1 1,, be averagiug S25
a inn. Ihis refers to only one vein,
whereas ihey have -nml, another vein
which is showing up ver.i well, while
lour others are still  uuliiiielinl though        Railway Bolt of British  Columbia
proved  to exist.      The wn\   ihi-  min.'      „,,     ,  .   ,*      ,. .       ■  .    r
lbe dale lor  llie  coining  into force
i- being  worked,  n   should liecoine    a   of   lbe   new    iegul.itions    1ms   been
.li.\ i'l.n.l | In,i  before long, |  bunged.   A new date will lie set late'.
I'ntil further notice no entries lo be
Mining  i- on ,,  solid basis  in      lho     runted   In the New Westminster dls-
K Hays   ami   ll..*   I',,,amhoy.  niid  an    trl  •    and   east    of   llunge   lit, west of
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
ill, a   of    I h,'   pi ". i. i* Ilil I,      i hal    in
duslr,   i*   mill il rded     bi     t lie
returns ..i   ihe  t ,,,i .,,ii*l ■■■ *i   M
Sniell ini'   ' ,.nip im   of Ti
limn li  t'lidii Mn In.*
niuu*1
,   s:, t .",.:,-_'.
 ill.
Il'l-     ul, <~:ljn.u'n. I-
-'.  * ri es] »i
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Sixlll lun iill 111 illrlll-ivi
P. ti. KEYI5S,
Men clary.
Ottawa. June .0. Ifllt),
Certillcale of Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise, Welch nnd Adelina (fractional) Mineral Claim, situate in the
Trout Lake Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located: tin Surprise Creek,
North fork of l.iii'tlo river.
TAKE NOTICK, that I, O. it. N.
Wilkie, acting us ageut for William
A. Foote, Free Miner's Certificate
Number* H IH-JSO and Oavid Morgan,
l.'.W.C., Number B 1)4069, intend, sixly
days from date hereof, to applv to the
Mining Recorder lor a Oertiflcate of
linproveinenls, for tlie purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant or tbe above
ehiini.
Anil furl her lake nolice Hint acl ion,
tinder Section 1(7, must lie commenced
before the issuance of such Oertiflcate
of Improvements.
Dated Ibis 23ld day of .lune, A. !>.,
1010,
II. 11. N.   Wll.KIK,
Trout Lake, 11. O.
T.i    'I'lll*:     SllAHHllOI.llKHH     UK     TUB
Phintk   Minimi   ami   Deveuu'-
mest Company, Limited Liahllity.
Notice is hereby given that lhe
Animal Meeting of lhe Shareholders
of the Prince Mining and Development
Company, Limited Liability, will be
belli al llic Company's olllces on Mne-
Ken/.ie Avenue, Itevelstoke, B.C., on
Wednesday ibe Twentieth dav of July
\.|)., 1010, al ilie boor of eight o'clock
in ibe afternoon, lor tbe purpose of
eleeling ollieers for l he ensuing year,
uul I'm'oibei purposes relating lo ibe
management uf the Company,
Tbe Transfer Book of lbe Company
will be closed tlui'ingjtlie Fourteen days
immediately preceding ibe meeting,
Dated al Itevelstoke, 11.1'., Ibis'iOlh
,lav of .lune, mill.
\V.   I.  ItltltlllH,        W.   1!.   KllllKUTSUN,
I'resiileni,. Secretary
Mrs nermann MtKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Mason's   Touch   ami   Technique
Special ultention  paid  to lie.nin-
ncrs un.l backward pupils.
TKRMS  MODBRATB
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
Til].; REVELSTOKE
NEW   ANU
Second Hand Store
We liny, Sell or Exchange
all Kinds ol Household
Ooods.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES  PAID
FOR MEN'S  CAST-OFF
CLOTHL.G
Kec.-Sec. 11. W. Edwabdh
Zbc nfcaiUlfoeralb
■  „NlcY*lfc.~lABil
- Ml Uli.W JI IV  -'Ml,   1910.
iigrat-
in,  nm,*  ii
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utjjei    .   i*i lired
■■ ■ I
'tin I,-
that il
paid   .,    high
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benel
M'arruni   un|
i    \   i:   wn .x \ \
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M *-   * '■ I.      I'l l* ,    I*     .      .     lll'l,!   Ill I, ||l     !„* ,
, vpnip ified    •   ■   .1. •*'!■       oi     "i      o '   "   '" .'I "i -i hi'     '*          ■ ih'*
,,..      Dreaduoughl onl ibulion    u ■'" M| '        ''"'  governmenl    ."* "" ■
ll„.     ',,.,. i    expel       ''           idvice   i ip   rgainst   iln*  fulfilmenl   of thnl I pi"!
thai  the Ui ■ ■ fl '     '" i""'"1 •  'he i i''*   ol Knm
Hiibin tl
loll
Ml.'-i
n;  ,,.'.,.
■
*i    tl,.'
W    * * . i        I'
■   lay.
*       •       i.l ",       lull
.     ' , | ■ -  i     earing iI
11,,*  fruit grov '.:  Uni
' olumhia owe ii  'mi ■'■   to     Mr*
Maxwell     Smith, oditoi "I the   Pi nil
M l|| mine, fol   tie   -I"*n lid     •■"   In   '
doing '"   '    i"i ■ d apple   I'"'1
f ,i   th.   provii *.        'mi' 'ur.'     «ill d.
,   u '   DI '    "   lb
l.el   ihem do  il.  and Inl   Mi     - i, iw,   M
I'     I'..     I.ual   up   hi ■■   Q   in in      fui      th,,
i iL'h'    uf In    * "a til ntei ! .       .uli.'.*
il    I In*   01 ftl < li   v. her,   lh,*   in*, i'    i        I'.'
i   elected i" dofond nre in dan
I I iiiiaii'. l'i i Hand     «ill   give       a
concert on  Monda)  noon on M. Ken/ia
Aie.     In il vanlng   opposite     the
valw    ol     the ' Central hotel and ut 7 I.'i ut  ihi   I ll
(.oiuitiA   (or fruit culture.     All iutei   '.on Ibcollj.
The d*-Mruction ol ihi- liouwi Ily is ■ public
duly. Almoit -evrry Americin Sute Bond ol
Hetith is driving on a ciutade agwnsl him,
Hii filthy origin ind htbili, »nd the l»ct lhat
hit boiy is generally laden with di-ieaie-pioducing
germi, makes him one ot the greatest enemies ol
the human lace.
If the housekeepers ol Canada will use
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
T'TK'KH.   the :-.]    ri
*  •
yon «n:
1. work   M    ' *-nll».   lhe   penl    would    l-e    Urni-lulnuily
, . .   reduced.
I- *. II.ll
l'i». MaaaaaaaBMaMMna
Just What Youve Been Looking For
Something lhat will make the Home Attractive
that will make Home Lite Worth Living
STRAWBERRIES
Itipe Strawberries can he supplied in any quantity.
WING CHUNG
Front St.       K velatoke, B. C."
Bush Fire Permits
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 185S
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
tias'65^Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohcs.    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 $4 50 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
Suits, Size 26 3 50 to 4.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50 for    2
i 2 apiece Suits, 27 to 1,1,, $5 and $6 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
AiTonfiemenU have recently been completed under which the  branch**
of this Bank are able to Issue Drafts on Ibe principal points
In tha following countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceyloa
China
Crete
Denmark
Egypt
Faroe Islavii
Ireland Russia
Fortnos* Italy Senria
France J.ip.in Siam
Fr'ch Cochin-China Java South Africa
Germany Manchuria Straits Settlei
Great Britaia Mexico Sweden
Greece Norway Switzerland
Holland Persia Turkey
IcelanJ
India
Phillipine Islands    West Indie*
Rounuuiia and elsewlMra
m
HO   DELA*   IH   I8SUINS.
'UUL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
Settlers "ii Dominion Uuuls can (,'<-•'
pciiiiits ,-u iln- Provincial Police office,
Revelstoke, or any of tbe Provincial Fire
Wardens, provide 1 tiny comply willi
Sections 5 and 6 of Chapter 84, Husli
Fires Act.
J. K. McI,i*;an,
Divisional Warden,
*
BA PL AC
mil  a I
lll'l     on,*     I'll
rntched
ll|<    ll"IIIC
II ponsi   « iii.l,   lilu ||   m.i 1 i,pu  ,(,*    .,l"i  n, Imi
■   '      .  I      '"II.' 'mi*
Wears Where  the   Wear Comos Most
POfl     .Ml     11 ,'
Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, R. C.
CEMENT  BLOCKS
MntMtfncturtd for nil OlMsM <>f   bnllJlufti
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKt
forjnl* In Utk« or Minnll ijnnritltiM
I •tth»U>w»Hl iirlr« fur '-Huh.
\i\ umi- <>» bnlldiDi uidSplutarlni
andtrUiiHi
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
tinsmithniK, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and   Furnnco  Work
WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught   Avo.   •    Rovolatoko
Wood and Coal
For Sale
I,id',   Accident ami   Kire
Iniuram e
1 lily mnl Suburban l.ot».
RaldraoM,
Kail partictilarp upon up-
pliutlon,
W. B. Roberkon
PHONE 73
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN.    MOR.
You   Like:  Music
Here is Your Opportunity I
Edison's Phonographs and Records,Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of till kinds ol' finest quality.
Sulc Agents I'm' the Nuk'tl
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds  ol' Instruments  tuned and repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call ttt the music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of the goods.
J. lilNGHAM, MGU.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C.
.
mWM SATURDAY,   Ml.V 2ND,  1910,
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 3
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged ami Impioved,    First-Class In every respect.    All modern conveniencei
Large Sample Uooiiib.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
look:
LOOK
A XI)
UE A D :
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue priceR, freight added,
with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Kitchen Chairs
Kitchen Cabinet
Dining Table
Dining Chairs
Dresser and Stand
..      >.       i.
Bed
Bed
Dominion Spring
Child's Cot
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
Winnipeg price
50c.
$6.75
10.55
88c.
8.95
1.25
3.55
5.3b
2.40
5.10
Weiqht
101b.
1501b.
1651b.
121b.
1501b.
1601b.
601b.
681b,
601b.
751b.
Freight
23c.
$3.53
3.87
28c.
3.52
3.76
1.41
1.59
1.41
1.76
Total Howson's Price delivered
73c. "          " 70c.
$10.72 "          " $9.60
14.42 "          " 14.40
1.16 "          " 1.20
12.47 "          " 13.00
15.01 "          " 14.00
4.96 "          " 5.20
6.94 "          " 7.20
3.81 "          " 4.00
6.86 "          " 7.20
" 16.50
We make our profit by shipping in car load lots, thereby Raving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in tbiH list to our store and wo
will prove our statements.    Remember we deliver goods and set up free from breakage.
R.   HOWSON   «S*   CO. REVELSTOKE, 15. C.
e.
r   ii nm lintf r rirnrl
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country of origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    IB.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Ratus $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J~.    ALBERT     STOXnTIS      IFIROI?
Fruit Lands Nsar Uevelstoke
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
^
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A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbing promptly attended to. Agent for all kinds of
Trees, Plants, Bulbs, etc. Lawns aud Gardens taken cure
of fur the Summer. Terms reasonable. Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80
i^a^%-**v»*-v%'%.iv'%%%'% w*v* *.-*■%.*% %*'%%'%.-%^v%-%^
'er Acre
SPRING IS HERE
•Mow ie tbe tunc ot ijcac tor Seefc planting
Beautify? L'oiu4 ©avbens
A   large assortment ol' Fresh Garden and Field Seeds, including
STEEL   BRIGGS   KERRVS    MAY'S    MiKENZlE'S
AM) BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Gnus, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Coy.
E. W. B.  PAGET
THE GREAT
FURNITURE AND
FLOOR FINISH.
DURABLE, SANITARY
EASILY APPLIED
For Sale by Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
E. F. TUCKER. PHOTOGRAPHER
i ii to-date Styles in Photos ami Mounl i. Hand
Cameras which use everj kind of film made.   A
full lini1 of tlir lirsi lilins thnt nn adapted In all
kinds nf film cameras ami kodaks, Paper and
posl Cards in (laslii'.lit ami I'm- Dayliiflil use.
Everything needed for the Amateur, iou want
tn sco ihe Ensign, ihe besl film camera of the
ihe .    I iii:tt.it11■ i 'I.
McKonzic Avo, Ground Floor
Revelstoke. B. C.
EASY TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables-no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
^1 Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
Smokcor
Cant Pass
/This Cup Joint*
because it is filled with McClary     Oil     Cement—damp-
proof, gas-proof, smoke-proof
and   fire-proof.    McClary   Oil   Cement
practically  makes  the  Magnet  fire-box
one solid piece and it slays tight under
the most rigid tests.   The ordinary firebox   is   made   in   several   sections   put .  .
together with  only bolts, which work  loose  in  time,  and
allow   the   sections   to   spread, and crack.    This condition
not only permits gas, smoke and fumes to escape, but causes
a waste of fuel and great loss of heat.   The
MAGNET
Wood Furnace
sends the heat into the register pipes—and foul gas, smoke
and fumes into the chimney. The Magnet Fire Box is made
from the best cast-iron—the sides and top corrugated, so the
heat producing surface is one-third longer than the common,
straight pattern in the usual wood furnace. Consider all these
points of Magnet superiority; then go to the McClary agent
in the nearest town and have him show you conclusively why
the Magnet is for you. Write to the nearest McClary branch
for booklet.
MXlatyfc
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary,
For Sale by Bourne Bros., Revelstoke
The Bohemian Girl
A |ii',,i|iii ition ul iln* well known
ipern "The Uohemiuu i Iii'l" by Ualfe,
was given ut tlia opera house ou
Moutluy night, l>y ih»> National Uperu
Company, Aa Arliue, Mi-- Aidtt Hern
mi, tho prinm donna, gave a splendid
xhilntion ut  grand operu, I
MALAKWA
It. I'.i iiim, who i- government   road
reman here,  ha* l^s-n moved lo Tallin Ann to do some work there. Ho
.  however,  expected  here  shortly  to
d ahead wiih  ihu extension    ol    tho
mging   Kaglo  Fass   road  west  towards  Sica-
inotis ;,ii,I  M,oa.     The road will cross
ompany |th0  Ragle  river  at  Bowie,  where      a.
bridge    "ill    lie    constructed,     thus.
ICrikson having been nskisl  to      t»ku
Towards Sica-
nious  the rjad will fork, one    branch
ami  haul-   going along the east side ■,( Mara lake
liu Mara,  ihu*. giving through oonnec-
' ani'
ono of iho lines l seen
city. Tho Local drawback
production was the abseni ••
scenery.
Are You Crazy ?
Ccrtiflcatc of Improvements
NOTICK.
"■ Harry" mineral claim, situate in the
front i.aKc Mining   Division  oi  West
Koiilelia;,   I Ms I let,
When* located; On Poplar Creek,
iie.n Poplar Townsite,
TAKl-i Mil ICU that I, A.K. Ilcyland, '
Free Miners Certificate -Nn. U, -2MU5,
intend, sixty days in,in date hereof, to
apply lo ihe Miuil'g Kcconler lor a Let'-1
Uficate "t Improvements, (or the purpose
,i obtaining a i rowu Grant of tlie above
claim.
Ami further take notice lhat action,
inil.r Section 37, must be couiuieuceil
■dun* ii., 1--U.H1CC ol such Certificate ol
in j . "\ oiiieuls,
I'.imI ihis  1Mb 'ho of April,  A- D„
mi.
A.   It.   Ill-.VI.AM).
Lyys lor Hatching
IVk'- I"1   Imi'lii"-  from  iim follow
.ng imported pun   brod stoen:
.--. i . Ithodo Island Iteds.   13.00.
Silvei   la.,'I Wynndottoi,   W.0U
Barred  Plymouth  Itocki,, t'J.OQ
8, C, Hull  l.c.'h'.ui-,   fti.UU
i  "i iii ih Indian ■ lumo,   I'J.UO
While Crested   I'l lek   Polish,   13.00
I m,i.,, I,.*.  .*.   « '. im.
Imperial I'ekin Dui I.-.   $1.75,
AUo stock trom  the above for sale.
MUS. It   A.    t I'l'Kll.
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.
WANT1 H - 1'lacoi  Mine,   Engineer him
i in_  I'la* i*i  propel tj, i-iih
■ i   ii"Ln g i.i  bj draulic lhat      «ill
lamination   m   to   physical
I,     ■. ■      ,:i    i i   i'    opera*
lion.    Hi   Would  i "li  i'l' i   iplttl ll nn,,,:
■   :.,l\  pal li' ulnl s,  m   lirsl   hi oi.
1'    ii   Hot  236,   N.*«   loik City       31
M   * ■• » Pictures to-night.
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SIGNS
All kinds
Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and Rolipon Avenue
Ix'iiiM supported by a 'U"H*; ami wel
trained  ohorua.     The whole
'is exceedingly well balanced, the lead-
ing  parts  being, admirably  sustained.
I The chorus work was well carried out 'charge ol ihis work.
while tho costumes of  the entire com- '.
pally   were   must   elaborate
The orchestra  wa* a  Blrong  Feature   tion with Okanogan valley, while the
oi  the opera  ami  the whole perlorm- 'other branch will Connect    with Sica-
in      tins   nioua  by   a  bridge  which   the  govern-
to      th,*   m,*nt  propose   i"  construct   there over
■ ■I  special   lhe  Spnllumcheen  river.      lhe .Salmon
Ann  road   will  If extended   lo    Sica*
mous  where  it  will  connect   with    the
I  *._■'.*   Pass   road.       II •     • ttl, rs   here
are very anxious   to  see 'i"   mail    extended  east   also   to  connect   with  tho
road  from   Uevelstoke,   lliu-  giving    a
wagon  road   right   through   the   Kaglo
I'a-.
Mr. S.mum-i". ilie has made great
improvements at the ran h which ho
ti.i'k over fn,in I). Wo,,U,*y senr.
, The school ha- been "'il attended,
ihe average being up to IT.Mr. Sum-
men ill,*, .min., i- iii charge ami liga
been doing  _'o'sl work.
T. \\.,,,!„■-, nnd .1. Mi/,,n arc acting
.,- forest rangers for the Dominion
rimber Department this nea-eon, and
ai,* doing effective Bervice.
I An intending buyer ha- l»*n over to
look ai ih" farm which Mr, Latimer,
Kamloops,  bought  fi    It.   Itriihn,
licgina
7.    It   i-
April
luna-
but
largo
I Furco
Standard,   Wednesday,
a   common   trait   wiih
tics  to imagine everyone crazy
lllcmsclvos,  and  everyone iu  the
audi,■uie which assembled last *
loo the Claman Players present the
'Are Vou I in/y,'' concluded
lhat everyone elso wus hopelessly so,
especially  tin*  neighbor.     There i- no
! doubt   ha I   ..   lunacy  commission  been
I
present,  tin j   also w ould  ha'* •■      con-
'eluded lhat most everyone exhibited a
f.'w degrees and were prcttj much iu
the -a tlass. Such a hopeless tangle ,,f charai ous and disguises has
been  rare!*,   Been  here,   and  would   tend
Ito convince  the most   mutter  .,i  fact     j
were
and -laid individual,  that, if le
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, On ntlies, Ci Rare/Tobacco.
Meals 36 cents,
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Itnpalnt of all kiml- neatly carried on
Bicycle and (bin work u specially
Ksliinuli'H gfven on any claim
of work.
Front    Street.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exportor of Furs
/,.'.'*,
Corporation of tlie City of Hcv-
^^^^ paying SIIHJ0 for ihe Ml arret,    or    nt
not   a  litllc  uli   iu   lie*  lead,     ho    "a- ,|„.  , [t.   ,.f  .*<.-,,  ,„.,.  ,„.,.,,
certainlj   Boeing   things,      II     wa-      ge Imbeau, who bought 43aoree
- ,lliM- d°in8 •■"•>   minute,  which ,,,* ,..   -..„.*.  ,,.,,„.,,_  ;.  i....l.li,,^    „,1U
kept  il"' audience  in  roar,   ul  latighl ,,,-  ,|„. u..,   |lon84M  in  t|„.  Mttlement.
ei,  it   «...  quite all   ono  person  could |,  ,. :i,;;,.    |,v     -j,;,-,.,    ,»,,  si„rey8 in
''"  '" '"-I'  ,'1    theuudiemf,      and \u.\g\ltl  ;,,„|   |M.   .,„  :1,I.i,11..,,
incidentally    lo   elideavoi   n.   estublish |-i,       \|r    |„,|
hi- own  minitj.      11 I"   tl .     ■*■ . f,,,
ex,, II. in   mii','1'1' ine   in.oi;.   descriptive ^u
-.le, lion-  aii*l  novelties,      li  *.. u  have I
Ul}   il,,ubi   uboul   your  nnnil * .
PUBLIC NOTICE
COURT Or REVISION
Assessment    1910
I'UBLIC N'OTICK is hereby
given Unit llic Courl nl' 14-t- v- im it »i 1
of tho Assessment, of l'-'Hi will lie
held in llic City Hall, Revelstoke,
B.C., mi Wednesday, Auk. 3rd.,
1910, til 7 o'clock, p.m.
BttUCE A. Lawson,
City Clerk.
Horses for Sale
l,u man
I.*l    lip
161 if by
Huul  inlend-  going       in
inived   f.tNiniij   aud  de, lures   Mala-
a  i-  the  best   location  he was  able
lo   lind   afl.u    II livelllng   'O'l    I'.   •'■    lb'
    lla.-   ..li,  civ      'ail.sl   In-  dairy,   poultry
gilt  oil     mi      I"0        tl"'      lepeal.sl      |K-r-     yalll,    |0_'*.'«l \ .    llllll    lla-    n    , oll-idelalllu
numliei  of t'liii   trees planted out,  all
,,i »ln> ti  are doing well.
j'.Woolitoy  i- picking a  fine     straw*
lierrj crop.
Y.  p.aun -, who hn« been    in      tho
hospital ai   Uevolstoke foi   two wooks,
.i ii,-l home,
■ I. .lohni ton, who bought iIni   An-
I.i tm'.  place of  Ml" acres,  ha- built
line    barn,  IHtft,      by  .".oil. lb*  il
,in.* ii. u   l md which he
baled,    m :tk iiilT   !20   ie re-       either
I'  •
Ollighl.   and   ■ l>* u   lh,*  nml -
lhe   -ali-f*.** IL,11   ,'i   .illi        ll
i-   rightly    naiii-d       .,i   III,*    filnni,'-!
pln> s e\ ,-t      written.     At   the  bSdison
'I licatic "i   M.in I i'.   night.
Baseball Schedule
UNION HOTEL
AIUIOWHKAD, IV o,
Special Attention given to oommernial
men   und   InluiKlH.     i'iislcliiHs   sample
njouiH. I'lncsi scenery in liniish Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
Due Heavy stallion.
Ono heavy Young Gelding,
Onu Young Bay driving anil riding Gelding.
One Iluy driving und riding Marti
witli coll.
Can bo Been at tlm Mill, at Big
Kddy.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co.
WANTED  '■ I    Manor   man.   Apply
Ki'iiiugliiin l.umljer Co, Ltd.,Salmon
Arm, 13. C.
■ih.* roii
uh* lot   llie
sea-oil:
I'nil.iy Jul,
'I' d iy "
I'l III.IV      "
Tuesday "
I'nday "
Tiie--d.iv  "
Friday "
Tuesday "
Crlday   "
'I'lles.   Aug.
Friday "
Tuesday "
\\ im: i- i In* b i-i I
•   V.M.C.A.   I
ill  m'IiihI-I        ^^^^^
Iwigueforth'i! k,„_, „,,   ,,
I
Benvers v i "i leyi,
.",    Ilo-. Men v Inlei im d.
H    ( oil, ■> - v Inlei nulls.
I.'    He mi - v Mu-. Men,
I.',   I'm leyi v llu-. .Men.
Ml      IteaH'IK V    llllll llllils.
j£j   lie.ivei- v Ciuleva.
'211    llu-   .Men v Intel i I.
■jii   Corleys v Intelmedi,
n He ivels v Hus. .Men.
,"i ('oileys v Hus. Men.
tl    lleavels v   Inlei ineds.
All league players must I e members
of the Y.M.C.A. No player can play
with more than one team.    Captains
will please   see    lhal    Ibis   is enfoi ceil.
(lames will Ik'called promptly at 6)80
on scheduled   nights,   and   7   innings
will be played.
is I KRMBDI vi'K   *i IIKIUI.I:
"    .Inly 11   High School V J.B.C,
"  I.l Public Set 1 v J.B.C.
" SU I'ublic v High School.
"        " 27 High School v J.B.0,
Aug, :t Public Sohool v J.B.O,
" in Public v High School.
" 17 llilil. School v J.B.O.
|,"ia!'„ |,
hnj  * rop
lhe   faun
i   bein*/ • 'iiii*,ao i.     Fifteen
in hay and five a' rei under
I I opi   look   well,     the
imuting '-', ton   '" the a' ro.
 i|irises   fn11 *,      a, re-        of
bottom   laud,   and   Mr.   JobllltOO       has
eti. I  great   Improvementsslnoe tak-
ii ii up, there being onl) seven acres
cleared when he  I. up ihe plaoefodr
*"..i ggo, \n orchard is being plant-
is] ,,iit ,,,, the lull porlion ,,f lhe farm.
IL,* faun -to.k consists of three
hoi sen ami  ,-c.,n hogs.
Several n* »  Nltlen have local-wl at
Cralgellachie, principally (lermani,
Coming [vents
• luly I and 3—King's Kiinernl nnd a
lirst-slaii programme of moving plo-
tiircn  at  the  Kdinon Theatre.
■ Inly t and 'r> t'olentan's Comedy Co.,
Uniform Hand nnd Orehostrn, at
I   h-'.n Theatre.
lhn day,   duly  7th— I.awn  Social    at
St.  poter'i Rectory, under ■napicee
ol thu Ladies Quild of St.  I'oter's,
Moving I'ii tuici tonight.
Moving Z'iclurti To-night. Tajs '<
TIIE MATL-IIERALD'REVELSTOKE, B 0
SATURDAY, JULY 'All, 1010.
I
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Watch
CAMROSE
Crow
Watch
CAMROSE
Crow
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 transcontin
ental lines the C.P.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
ance 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 Opportuoity
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.
" 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 Bio- k-> nt the G.'l .lJ. Depot, the < losesl in Bub-division on the market. Its location is ideal, lying high and dry and
level, in the west end ot the r.ity, th**- besl residential se< tion. Lots are 25 x 120 feet, and are being offered now at $150 tor inside lots
and $175 tor corners. TERMS: One-third Cash, balance in 3 and 6 months. Experience teaches that men who made their wealth
trom real estate were those who nought early.     Buying Now means large profits in tho near future.     Buy while the Buying is Good.
Remember Lots are Going Up in Price after To-day
Watch
CAMROSE
Crow
Camrose Land and Investment Go.
711 First Street East, Calgary, Alberta.
A. E. Kincaid, Agent, Revelstoke
Watch
CAMROSE
Grow SATURDAY, JULY 2ND, 1910.
ThE -MAiiixiJSi,
xiEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Vag* S
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If our methods suit you
tell others. If they don't
Btiit you tell us. Any criticism of our mode of
doing business will be
appreciated.
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.
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 1
Princess   Dresses   in   white  and   colored
muslins  come   to    our   Ready-to-Wear
Department—Second Floor.
A very new ono is an American made
dress of Fine Sheer Mull, full length
panel of showy A 1 embroidery, snowy
white, a thing of beauty at $7.50
A charming Princess Dress of Tan or
Blue I.inen, heavily braided with the new
mercerized Satouche Braid, new Kodondo
Sleeve and Sheath Skirt Si, 9.50
New Arrivals
Ribbons. Embroideries. Laces. Turban
Pins. Hack Combs. Parasols. Fancy
Hose.    Hat Pius.
White Top Skirts
New white Wash Top Skirts, Linen Drill,
Poplin Cords, etc., pure white, wash materials, all sizes, at $2.50, So.OO and $1 00
$2,50, $3.00, $4.00
"Chanticler" Novelties
Periodically some idea strikes the market
that haB nn effect on styles of Ladies'
adornment, such as Collars, Ties, Hair
Ornaments, e!c. .lust now it is the
" Chanticler." The idea conies from
Rostand's great play or opera hearing
that name that is having a big run fn
Faris at the present time, in which the
actors represent and arc dressed as near
as possible to the Fowls in the barn yard,
the Rooster, Hen, etc. These Roosters,
and Hens appear on numbers of articles
offered for sale at present and are receiving a great deal of attention. Just at
present we have a splendid showing of all
the novelties that are worth a visit.
Boys Wash Suits
Boys' Boston and Sailor Suits. Come
see the best showing of wash suits for the
little chaps ever shown in town. A lot
of new styles and ideas, and the prices are
$1 to $3
Household Cottons
In this day of high-priced Cottons here is
welcomed news. Wo iue selling our fine,
snowy white Cottons at the prices that
prevailed six months ago,
35-inch Pure White Cotton, even, round
thread,  nice   for   household  use  at   LOc.
."Hi-inch Pure, even, round thread cotton,
soft finish.    1! ady for the needle at 15c
■'Hi inch pure white Knglish Cambric—no
dressing—Ready to use, at 17c.
-12-Inch Knglish Long Cloth, pure white
bleach, even round thread, no starch—"J( >c
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, fliOO and SI 00 will be $1.25,
$l.S5andt200.
$1.25, $1.85, $2.00
Preserving
Fruits
The Preserving Season is now
here and we are receiving large
shipments of sweet and sour
Cherries, Apricots and Strawberries. Get 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 1 If not, let us iiuote
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 Ihis department
—full to overflowing with nil
the latest and newest designs
in Crockery and Glassware.
Always a large assortment to
choose your wedding presents
from.
Hay and Feed
Just In
A carload of the hest Timothy
Hay just received, also a mixed
car of Wheal, 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 slock a
carload uf these goods, which
inclrdea a full range of well
selected patterns in all sizes.
Health Mattresses cannot be
beat at the price. Call in and
seo them.
Fancy
Hosiery
For Low Shoe
Weather
All shades nnd all i-i/es. 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 now
shades and patterns, stripes predominating.     Every one a coat shirt, full size.
$125 to $3.50
l Ine of the easy summer
sha| es in W.G. & R. linen
culliirs, wide opening, and
point* come well down.
Hi igbt I | inch. Cool and
comfurtiihle.
Pole-Carew — One nf
uur best sellers. N'cal
and attractive with lots
nf comfort. Finn ply
Irish linen. ln I 1, :'.,
und '_'J inch heights.
Sizes 111 to is. All \V.
(i. & R. I ply collars '■',
for 50c.
Summer
Underwear
Cool and
Comfortable
Merceriwd-JJunderwear Jfor  men|huj90
equal when it COmei t" wearing qualities.
We would like to show yiiu our s|iecial
lini-. Keels anil looks like silk, hut
Wean longer.
$3.25 per suit
The Klevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and most reliable. All
tho safety devices so far produced
you will t'md on it. The most
approved automatic safety brake.
CB. Hume Sr Co. Ltd,
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke.   *   B. C.
You may find 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. Yon can help us if you let
us know of any mistake that might
occur.
I Vase 6
THE MAIL-HERALD^ REVELSTOKE- B C
SATURDAY, JULY 2ND, 1010.
Drygoods Bargain Sale
Oxford and Strap Slippers
Rm Pairs of Misses' and Children's odd
pairs of different linos put on our table to
clear at less than can be bought at wholesale
prices.    Reg. $1.50 and $1.75 lines now $1.
Ladies' Slippers and Oxfords
■15 pairs Ladies' Oxfords in Tans and
Black, all tois season's goods, splendid value
at $3. Now $2. Odd lots of Ladies' slippers,
patent leather and dongola kid. Reg. $4,
now $2.00 per pair.
Money-Saving Opportunities
Every day and all day opportunity is
knocking pounding and clamouring for you
to take advantage of the low prices offered at
Our Bargain Sale.
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 offering these English Print
Shirts at 12k'. per yard.
Savings on Summer Goods
Vour Summer wants can be supplied
from our splendid list of offerings. Don'l
miss getting your share of the bargains.
Boys' Nobby Suits
Two and Three-Piece Suits for Boys at
Manufacturers' Prices.
lhe Best Show of the Season
REID '<& YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
\. Vmeri .rn ij ndii ate proposes establishing  iron  works  al  Calgary.
Atiim  ni   Uritish   manufacturers   will
*   >i-..iiim.iiiiii   in   m.*,*I   works       ill
\ u   ouver.
I * *    Ani"i ii Ul    I mill" i     tinkling   In.,
oi   Minneapolis,  aie buying   limil	
' oldwnter,   Sii ola   district.
.-. I»;ii.'.*>. uditor i,i ihe Simla \ idle) Sews, i- getting out onu ,,i the
best  ii,".\.-|'ai" i-  in  the province.
the Ladies ol the l(, ''. chinch "ill
hold ilii'ii iiiiimal lii«u social Tuesday
Jul)   ."uh,   he church  grouiiuni
Sl.  J."Hi*   parties     lui\o    puichtisud
■'u.i    u i".  oi   i"nl»i   in   the   ciriuit)
ul  Port   li- ntre«   Ioi   ovei   81l)U,UIKl,
l"he Uetttitei's tVssociation are inak-
,* _ al raugcmeuls to hold „ picnic
iln- mouth, which i- in Ik* an uuuual
event,
. he    MooBujau       I inn*-    -a\ -    ilml
" \if  lou t i.i/j "  i- uiu' "i  the    iim-
"iii.si .. ever  written.      Mouda)
night  at   '.Ih*  I'lison.
v -;i'l a' * idi ul  ' red in IHni'ii, on
Sa  ird iy  evi ning,  S,   I nulla'.- oldest
b">. ■* ■ i   bis yvnr,  ,,l,l lell "li
i ivel .in'' >\ i- drow tied
i . ,oil  tin   I'liiversii1)-1 '"in
ion    vm1I    iv "inin,'ii.I   Victoria  iill,i* site  i"i   thi   I""* ineiul   univcrsit).
report    <-    promised  in  n  le«
...
i he  Kir*. -  I'riutei',   il   \'ii toriu,  has
[lipmveiueiil     in       llm
I'..    I  .    I la/elle.
bound     mnl     a'l
■■•  i . I'   i;  lm -
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give   live   in
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PURITY  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  AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one. of  the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
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Edison Theatre
Mon. July 4
'I'lll': UPROARIOUS FARCE COMEDY
"Are Vou Crazy?"
or "TheThree Twins"
*Brajs 'Band «nd Orchestra
A Night "I Genuine Fun nnd First-Clasa Music
Watch lm  llu   Ii'i' Street   Concerts  by the Baml
TtcKets, $l.OO, 75c, 50c.
SKAT SAL.K AT MACDONAUVS DHL'-H STORK
VANCOUV
EXHIBITION
August 15th to 20th, 1910
Vancouver, British Columbia
in Prizes
AND PREMIUMS
Specially low rates from all
[mints "ii railways anil boat!.
Kxhlbits sent   as  freight on
I mu lines will In- returned
In i'.
Superb attrai tions in speed-
and  IJog  Shows, Spec-
tucul ii "FightiuK the Flames
*, Hi sting Competition,
|   t hopping    Contest "
Trotting   anil   Facing   Events
mnl Hum «. lul) Races.
Knlries close August 1st.
\\ rite d i I'rize List and information t"
JAS   ROY
Maiiagei   anil Secretary, Van-
. .. Inhibition Association
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke
FOR SALE
Oity property in arrears for tuxes
uptoBlKi IH'i'.'. 1008, will In- sold nt
Public Auction at the Oity Hull at -
n'chick p.m. mi Saturday, August 20th
proximo.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Jy 20 liu Collector.
NOTICE
Revelstoki' Land I)
,    | West Kootenny,
Tttken ,,•„.,   tlml    I*   .Iu"" A. Simp-
,,,-    ui'.wln ul, occupation iinii-
i" npply fnrper-
    I h«     following
r * i p" j i;
.... * ..
.,.,„*,*  south I
 Il,;"'r
point ni
■ "iiuii' ii     '
I I
II   I.l \    \    -IMI
ICCKKl    '
you went "'   ,""
l
Corporation of the City of
Revelstoke
TENDERS WANTED
* i
*
•
'*    mi
tilam
Summer
Necessities
Here nre * few nrt Idea chosen
ni random frooi our large
il< i k ol Toilet Uoodi
WitOh H.i/H    rto.it.ii- rimttlltfl 168
len/o Almond   Crnnm   lor   the   Com-
plri(on 60o
«'. '   (it* t&0 itnd 26c
Pqlm«r'4    Ro**!    li.iv»i     Toilet     Wntnr
&0o   tl 00   XI oo
Cm- hnl flo*« Talcum ?So
Cold Cream
350
Bews' Drug Store
i
11
I,
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hnl "i '   "i   I il""     li  ii    il   i	
upfK'iu     ■■■ ill   ni-* I'1* * ii'd
Rebuilt Typewriters for Sale
\ * irn im, M i
'.i,,,ii">, I," .* i i.'i' timi i*
tvoiild  In   id.'  I   I' II     ""I   We    it,
hii |"i'*|,,,i I   ,,i In    in |„** ' inn   In
, "i i nn (.Mi'iil   In   ,*,   llinl  nvei     i"
I' ,1 ition   "* ii    m.i*!'  i" lm il,1 i'i*   ii in
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IhiiiiiI     in     lho   I i'i v    I"* I   ' " It ilili-
w*y« ......... »» i   • i**—*
I**   m   |" *   ii   ii*
f,ilill   in   nill ny     tin
I Ml	
,   1"!    I'liel!   I  I   I .
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\    III*  "•!'* 01 ,     I*      ' '.
J', U, IJox  lisl.
si. \I.I•:I(  TENPER8 n-lilri'S'M'il to
I In- lltldet signed Will he received al the
Cily II ill ii11 In 7iiVliii-K M'uiiluy, July
i'ii. pinxiiiiOi i"i' the excavation anil
ii.u'k ill I, ii.' nf iln- (lit rli mul tm' lay inu
lbe pipe for lho new ivatuiwoikR. A
marked ehcipie fnr live pel'cent, of t he
.nm hi nl i .I' 11 ■ iln in n I'luiipiny, I'In iim
nml speclHoatioHH on view at lhn Oity
II ,11.
BRUCE A   I.WVSON,
jy -_ii |v 2 ('iiy Olei-k.
lorporation of the City of Revel Mo
TENDERS WANTED
! \ I I.l i 'I i \l M 11'- I" 111 ;i'*i "HI
ml Ulii ii ,n ,i I ed ' li' ii'i'- l"i live
. ni   ,,l  i in* ni ni  "I  tenth i'  will   I'"
 n i il liv  il,**   lei lulled  up toll
- Inch p in , .l"lv Pii, proximo, fi"' an
lilllli lull '" ll.'  I'nwei    Home,     I'l. in-
.i, j   |ii mu ni iiinii,   H I,,* Keen at  i he
* ' i,   i      i i.'i I
Hill i I*. A   i \ v*   ON,
■ i      ' city I id k.
« \ -. i in flood Planer man. Apply
I-,, hi i-i.mi I.mull"! Co, Ltd,.Salmon
Arm, ll. 0.
NKHVY   WINTERS,    Tho   Oiyiig	
Wniniin, in "Are  STouOr««y   aMhe     m,,,,,,     to i",iu on real wtate.—H.
i      -ii lh. .in*. Monday  July Hh     N   Cuu, ,,,
AFTER SUPPER SALE
No. 26.^>
'"\
>Vc are ready for another busy Saturday night,  nnd the way
our friends come after the g Is wc put  on sale  shows that  they
appreciate lhe opportunity of getting first-class, seasonable goods,
at surprisingly l0w prices. It will pay yon tn come early in the
evening before the assortments are broken, (or the goods do not lust
long nt Uu-si* prices.
See Our Embroidery Window
We ure offering a very large range of embroideries in all
liimls i"i ihis sale, mnl a gluttce in our window will convince you
lhal you cannot afford to overlook making your purchases at Uiis
Sale, Bdgingsnnd Insertions of all widths, Plouncings and Corset
Cover material, all go at about half price.
Stockings Free
With every pair of Ladies or Children's Shoes sold to-night
(except those on the Hat-gain Table) we will give a pair of Luce
Itnsv without charge,
Summer   Muslins
We arc Hiving you a splendid chance I" gel a lol of pretty
Summer Dresses lor very little money. Aliout 300 yards oi Fancy
Wash Muslins, all colors, floral ond spot designs, every nne new
this sining. Regular prices from 15c. to 25c. After Supper Sale
Price only TliN CENTS.
Lawn Rlouses
About three dozen of Uie New Spring Minuses, sizes 32 ttt 4J
These are ;i Int of the nicest blouses we have shown, but we are
going lo make it worth while lo shop hereon Saturday night. They
sold al SJ.JS to $2.75.    After Supper Sale Price $1.50.
Misses Lace Hose
About 10 dozen ('.iris' Luce llnse, black and white, sues ,S lo
8 1-J.   These are fine quality ol Lisle.    Only -'"c. per pair.
Do not overlook these Saturday night sales. Kvery cue ol
thcin is a iiiniH \ -saver. We have 1,its t>( other snaps that we have
not space to mention.
mz&
enna/i.
FOR GOOD        GOODS.
.*>-.- W'~ ^^s^,vr.e;sssmf^Risam\
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good Bread
and you should insist npnn getting the lust at all
times—gel ours. Our reputation for good bread is not
there8ult.nfchar.ee. Our customers are satisfied that
ours is the most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and yim will become a regular uutromer. Our
Groceries aio also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
HOT   WEATHER  DRINKS
Lime -I nit-e.   Lemonade Powder
Grape .Juice,   Kim's Fruit Salts.
Peanut Butter for Sandwiches.
Phone 93
McIntyre  & Son
Ice Cream ■* Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
til'KN   Tll-Fi   MIDNIGHT
Horses for Sale
One Heavy  Stnlliim.
11 ie heavy Young Gelding,
(inn Young Hay driving and riding Gelding.
One Hny driving nnd riding Mare
with coli.
BOOKKEEPER WANTED   Apply
foote fc I'nidnlini.
WANTED TO SELL   A  bedroom
suit,  a pnnji.     dull  after 7 p.m. next
Laundry office, McKenzie Ave.
farm Fop Sale
WANTED  TO   SKLI.-l'inin  ol     11:>
ictcs, nice  l",itiinii,  close  lo railway
Can  be Been  at tli" Mill, at Big   ,n I iei I.  Good road, well watered,
lu a     good    bottgm   I,hi'I.     I in
 I innl   laii'l.      Apply to V,  liaym ,
Uulukw*,,  li.   0. t.c.
Eddy.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co.

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