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 17,
Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60^
.Interior Publibnwu; Co.. Agls.
e. <I*iail-Hepa
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No. 56
REVELSTOKE B. C. JULY lit.  1911
$2.50 Per Year
PROSPECTIVE SETTLERS
CEUGHTED WITH CITV
i Beeping Ihi' bent and after thc
Humes paseed over made their way
to places oi safety. Fourteen bodies
in all were found of men who had per
isbed in attempting to  ireach Porcu
  I pine.     An     quickly as bodies     were
,     'found in Porcupine     they ara   either
Editor of Colonizer Conducts1:,.,,.! out o, i,,„.i,,i«»..re. on sat.
*■ | urday afberni mi :ill the men who were
Personal Tour Through the i      "> Dom°
Province
With a party ui prospective settlers
in,iu tne Old 1..Hid s,*.*k*,iu' opportunities in Uritish Columbia, Mi * B\ W.
Frier
mine were  hurled,   A  cemetery      was
| l.iiil out at  liM.idnian's point     where
most of the a ad wen' burled. Fourteen of the bodies which wero lnfcorr
leil  weie men  who had  died  while nt-
1 tempting io c. t into Porcupine.
Cochrane, nut., .inly 10.—Hundreds
of people nro now sleeping on the
hare grouitd or on hard Hours but
thore has been no lack of food, A
carload of supplies forwarded by bhe
Toronto board of trade was prompt
ly distributed.
IT DOES NOT PAY TO BUY i'ODR TOOLS. THEY
NOT ONLY "CO WRONG." BUT THEY AGGRAVATE
THE MAN WHO USES THEM.
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF YOU USE POOR
TOOLS; BUT YOU WONT LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF
YOU USE OUR TOOLS. BECAUSE THEY ARE PROPERLY TEMPERED.
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE
BUSINESS IN THIS TOWN. BECAUSE WE SELL THE
BEST AND DO NOT OVERCHARGE THOSE WHO GIVE
US THEIR CONFIDENCE.
SEE OUR STOCK IN ALL KINDS OF TOOLS FOR
THE MECHANIC. FOR THE HOME FOR THE GARDEN
ANO FOR EVERYONE.
YOURS FOR  THE   " BEST   GOODS."
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
ROAD TD EE HIT
editor of 'rhe Colonizer,     one
of    the lending col zation Journals
of tli** world, arrived in the eity on
Thiir.;,l;i\ ii i'i from the south. With
Mr. Frier are his wife; A. Qraham,
ol Perth, Scotland; K. F. Brand, of
London, IHng.; F. II. Robinson, of
London,  Kn.:.; nnd  J. Simpson,      ofj 	
"The'p'im'h^'' i.:i'i'l:; Bain's lake, RANFf-WiNUERMERE
K.,st.   Kootenay,     which was legally " """
,ipiii-.l up by British settlers induced
to come here by Mr. Frier's journal,
to Nelson, Cnstlegar, Nakusp, and
(rom Revelstoke Will go to On ai.i.'.in
Vernon, Kelowna, Penticton, Salmon
Ann, Vancouver, Victoria and l'rince
Rupert, an.l It is just possible one or
more of them may, after looking over these places, decide to eome back
here and Bettle down.
On thoir arrival here the party was
taken in' hand by Mayor Hamilton
mil handed over to the Board of
Trade, and with Messrs. Macdonell,
MeCarter and Laing took a spin in
automobiles out to the *a,i:h of
Hum,' fi Laws,.a and all through bhe
countty to the south and west.
Fruit growing, horticultural
business opportunities are what these 0r, approximately sixty miles ..I this
men are looking for, and so enum- work of highway construction devol
oured were some if them with the vlng u,)on the British Columbia OU-
l.uiils they saw in thc morninc that thorlbtes, while the Dominion is
they decided to make another trip niil.iini; westward through the Na-
out in the afternoon. tional  I'ark reserve  to connect    with
Mr. Frier, who is conducting the lllc provincial section. The survey
tour, is now out here for the fourth it is expected will be completed dur-
tirac since 1895, and last year he ex-j irig tije present season, and no de-
plains that the party all remained in ; (ay wiU ■*„. permitted to occur in the
British     (.'olumbia and invested *50,-1 carrying forward  erf  the undertaking.
: Hon. Ttios. Taylor Authorizes the
Survey oT Work—Trunk Road
Progressing
Golden, duly lii.—Hon. Thos. Taylor, minister of public works, who
was in Golden last week, bus authorized tiie Immediate prosecution of u
survey of the Lanlt-Windermerc scenic
road by Mr. Halfner of the firm of
and   Smith, Kerry and Chace of Vancouv-
PERMANENT STRUT      I
WORK COMMENCED
Ten Inch Main Being Laid in the
Lower Town in Preparation
for Job
Work was commenced yestorday on
the lirst piece of permanent rond
building ever undertaken iu the city.
'I'he nature of the work will ho macadam, for which road machinery to
the value of close on to $10,000 was
recently purchased. As au experiment tbe city council bus decided to
lay but on,, block this year, this ho
Ing the one from Hume's coruer to
the  corner  of  the   Union   hotel. In
preparation tot this permanent work
llie city fathers bave already laid con
siilerablc of the HI inch water main
whieh is to be extended clean through
to lower town, thereby considerably
increasing the pressure to thut section ot thc city, and adding to the
efficiency of bhe lire service.
Fully 18 inches ol the Band and
gravel now on the road will bc tak-
enotT, and 12 inches of crushed rock
of diflerent grades will take its place.
'Pais will leave the road about six
inches lower than nt present, wbich
it is believed will give thc centre of
the city a good deal better drainage
and nt the same time will leave the
road ln good shape for hithulithic
dressing should future councils decide to improve the work already being done.
Tbc work is in charge of    Foreman
Scott.
cr
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Knaniel and Tinware
We can supply your
wants in the above lines
with the best Goods made
in Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Paints.    We sell them.
Fishing Tackle, Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders in these, and also
carry a very largestock of General Hardv, are. Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips. Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware,
Sfe-i* IP
•v.      -
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head OfFico-Tovonto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Branches or A.- 'nl - ■' ill principal r
Britniu  ami United Stai
510,000,000.00   :•
5.913,000.00 m
5 79 ^OOQ.OO M
5,79o,j00.00 |j
r    ■
ilnta in'l'mada,.
Lun.! in, England, Sj
1 I    nk,  I lorn Ex- j,*
A •■  ■
Lloyd- Bank, Lim ted.    Ohh   go   Pi it Nationu
change National Bank.   Seattle—Seat tie National Bank,  SanFran
cUeo—Wella Fargo Nevada National '* ■ •:     Spokane-Bxohange gffl
National Bank
Savings Bank Dapairtmant
Deposits of 81 and upward, ind Interest allowed al
♦ '*'-
■' ipo-sit.   (Joriobiiondence solicited,
Revafstoke Granch—A. B, MoClenoghan, Mgr.
Ladies' Fashionable Skirts
In all sizes and lengths, Rood materials.
A large range to choose from. Alterations
to ensure a perfect fit. Come in antl look
them over.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street I
000. Thc journal, which .-Ir. l-'ritr
conducts is claimed to be the must
Influential colonization paper in the
civilized world, and last year Mr.
Frier explains that he had no less
than 40,000 enquiries from England
nnd the continent about Canada. A
considerable number ol tlie-io are persuaded to come here, and they make
the best settlers.
Asked tor some ol bis Impressions
of British Columbia Mr. Frier said
that he considered there was as great
opportunities in this province as any
place in the Dominion. This is his
fourth trip here but he hns never
Btopped oft before, believing there was
no land around to take up, but he
■l himself as agreeably surprised as the result of his trip. As
a matter ol fact, Mr. Frier said, you
did ti it know yourself that you had
nay land here until a couple of years
a :o, but I find that you have thous-
ands of acres of the very best of
fruit lairds. When these investors
remain here, lie sail, they usually
fall in love with the country, and by
writing home they induce hundreds of
others to come out here, and this
. ,i splendid advertising agency.
Everyone of these visitors was delighted with Revelstoke.
BURYING VICTIMS
Death Role of Porcupine Fiie
Less Than 100
Some Things to Mae Dinner Tasty
Mellor's pt. Worcester Sauce, per bottle, 15c
Heinz Tomato Ketchup, per bottle    - 35c
Rowat'a Walnut  Pickles, 2 bottles  for 25c
II  P, Sauce, per bottle        -       -       - 25c
Sharwood's English  Chutney,   per  jar 35c
John Mclntyre & Son, Phone 93
NEAP C   P. R   SHOPS
r
■HIMUMWll-IMI—
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
g. W. B E
P. O. Box 208 QROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 13
North Hay, Ont., July 16.—Superintendent .1* M. Black of the T. & N.
ii. railway and General I'asscnicer
Agent Parr, returned from Porcupine
yesterday, and reporl relief commit*-
, ...i.l work.
There plen        rganteatlon ol
everj hody   is  being
te i   in i    bettered,     A  lunch counter
* : •*! at Cochrane station.
Building   operations   havo   I I*  il     ill
ready started at Cochran and forty
•■'iiiii structures are under way with
what lumber could lie secured near-
reral carloads ■*( tcnta and
from the mllitin depart mi nt
roached Porcupine today.
Matheson     is safe, but lii settlers'
families, who lost  everything arc l>c-
• I for in the town. Tho crops
farm  bouses  and  school  houses    aro
There Is  no real  hardship
Bro zone now as everybody is
- cared  for.   Rnin  tell nt Oooh
rs  •   and   Porcupine  last   nitflit  which
.   ' I i.itioti.    Ni arly   all   thc
ng  miners and  prospectors havo
tinted foi.
The death list  m n reaches 66 ami
:       nut  believed the total will   ex-
75,      Two lum,lied export
bush men  have  been  ovei   tbe  burned
■ aeir search showed thai as
;m i ■*■ i. the prospectors   In   »
grea!   many  lnstai i.       in
many caies bhe supposed dead     men
that refugees saw lying on the trails
were men who took this mean*     ot
"In connection with tho above project," said Mr. Taylor, "1 cannot
refrain from mentioning the fact that
the efforts of H.fl. Parson, M.P.P.
for Oolumbia riding, havi played no
small part, ll wus lir. tliiaon who
Brat brought the mutter to my attention and he hns persistently urged
the immediate prosecution of the survey and early commencement of the
work. Early next season I expect
to see actual construction work under way and everything possible will
be done to ensure its early completion."
Asked regarding the road from Ar
genta into the Windermere country,
by way oi Jumbo or Toby Creek,
Hon! Mr. Tnylor said that while no
definite plans had yet been drawn the
projected road was ohm that he hud
under most, si pious consideration.
"Switzerland attracts thousands ot
tourists annually," catitinued Hon.
Mr. Taylor, "and if Uritish Columbia must expect to draw its share of
tourists traffic it must be in u position to provide them with easy access to the diflerent points of interest, immediately this is accomplished 1 have no hesitation in saying
that this will constitute one ul the
province's  greatest  ussets."
Mr. Taylor said that completion
this season of the tirst link in the
trunk road from Nelson to Calgary,
was h ghly probable. Construction
Is now being rushed and ihere is   no
ui'.-tioii imt that the ministerial
promise will, unless tbe unforeseen
occurs, be fully redeemed.
AFTBR TllK IHll.UtlAUS
Ottawa, nut., July 17—The rail-
nay eoinniissii.il has Issued two onl
.is, one fm the protection of rail
ii.a i employees, tbe othoi (or the pro
teotion ot the public. The Brat re
• I nines railways to Idu with the
board within sixty dayi a statement
showing the numlier, class nnd weight
ot eaoh locomotive, and whether aqu
Ipped with pump ash pans to avoid
the necessity of men going     beneath
locomotives, as In tho past there has
been a numlier of accident* from this
The Becond orders thai at crossings
where an accident bas happened since
January l, 1905, or hereafter bap
pens by a moving train to any person
using sneh crossing, tho crossing
must be immediately protected by n
watchman until the hoard has bad
the accident investigated and tho
'Tossing examined.
WANT JOINT MLETING
Boards of Trade to Meet and to
Discuss CGal Strike
Nelson, Juiy Is.- A suggestion from
the Fernie hoard of trade that a
joint meeting of all the hoards of
trade in Uritish Columbia and Alberta should be held In the near future
to prepare a resolution asking the
Dominion government to take action
toward relieving the serious situat -
Ion that now exists hus been received
by K.K. Beaton, secretary of thc local
hoard. With the rcBUlt that u telegram has been sent endorsing the
Idea, and suggesting Nelson as s
-:itahle place for the meeting.
Thc communication from Fernie referred to the recent resolutions on
the coal strike passed hy the Nelson
I oarl and by others in thc territory
affected and pointed out that a jo.nt
resolution following discussion of the
matter at a Combined meeting of
delegate* (rom the boards ol eastern
Uritish Columbia and southern Alberta to the Dominion government might
very probably he more effective at
Ottawa.
Creamery gutter
EMPRESS SHAMROCK
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT INDEPENDENT
SHAMROCK   DAIRY
P. gums 8t Company. £,td.
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
It.   M.   H.   SHOUT.
Following is the score of the lt.M.
li.  shoot lot*  the week  ending duly
ir,th:
Name                              200 MO COO T.
i'.il.   Sei,-I.   ll,maid   ...   29   32 SO   '.ll
Capt.   Smith   Ill    11 2C
I    Cat tier    19   20 21',
Corp.  Allnn   2&   2X 2r,
Pte,  .las.  I'Viiloti  24   25 20
Sergt. Uud   21 20 21
Pte, W, Durrand
...25   24   23   72
NEED HOUSE CLEANING
Vancouver Baptists Want Segregated Area Wiped Out
Vancouver, II. 0., July lii.—Canada's great noed is political purity.
That was the ellect of n resolution
passed by lluplisl.s uf British Columbia who are iu convention here. It
w.i- moved by Rev. B, ll. Morgan,
its  newly  elected  president aud    Bec-
11,led  hy  Kev.  Dr. Spencer and  read:
"lhat the present Increase of polit.
leal corruption, resulting in control
in* nn.lue influence of admlnisl 1 .it oo
by vicious elements ol Bociety call*
(or nrnst  thm  11 1.  Investigation and
*, u 11* .,.t 4..II by  leader*     of   oui
clitirebel ,"
Manj *i*i*ii0 b followed on govora
menl ami municipal control and as to
1 Ire n 11 tilde the church should   take,
Dearly all agn g  that there     was
iie.-i 1.1  Improvement, particularly in
lhe Laurier govoi n nl  and    ol   the
1 : j   of   1 'iiri.il iiitis   in polii Ic    to
aid in keeping political life clean,
0, M, Woodwol Hi. 1" pri* .dint nf
the British Columbia Conservative!
a mi 1.it mn .uni dele -.ite 111 1 ho con-
lerelioe, Bald thai within the last two
years scandals of the most outrage
ous character of political corruption
have conn* 10 h.-iit hut Sir Wilfrid
Laurier had blocked any effort of
making an Inquiry, Fifteen year* ago
there   were   110   politicians   who       he*
came   wealthy   through   politic*    nnd
today worn than one man ha* attain
ed Wealth by this method.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd
Distributors for Swift's Products
All our choice fresh killed
Beef, Pork. Mutton, Veal,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in" our new Cold Storage
Coolinp- rooms and displayed
in the shop for sale in Re-
frigerating Glass Counters
and Window. We handle
nothing but Swift's Government inspected meats, silver
leaf lard. Premium hams &
bacon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Mn.11 Class Mi..\i Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
('apt. It win ol the Fidelity Ti ust.
S- Saving Co., returned to the city
In.in the coast  on Sal urday.
IjiihI pay day ol the C.P.R., which
WM on Monday, is said bo Iiave been
one of thc biggest lor some time
pa it.
NOR' WEST TALKING
MACHINE CO.. LTD.
"Mil   MAITIH-t   VOtCt'i
r        *   ' :.'•'..    titan
Wo havo boon appointed wholesale distributors
for Provinces of Alberta and British Columbia
of tho famous
Victor and Berliner Gramophones
and Victor Records
Dealers in these goods can now purchase  F.
0. B. Revelstoke and save excessive freight
Over 5,000 different records in stock, including everything from Grand Opera to Ragtime.
Gramophones from $31 to £125.   The famous
Victrol n    100 to   100.
Dealers wanted, liberal discounts and terms.
Write for Catalogs and full particulars.
NOR' WEST TALKING
MACHINE CO.. LIMITED
REVELSTOKE, B.C.
V WKPNF.SPAY.   JULY  19,  1911.
the: ivc^-ir.-HER^.x.r), revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   JULY   19,   1911.
Zbc ni>atU»1bevalo
PCHL1SHKD  WKDNESDA\   AND
SATURDAY   AT
KEVELSTOKE. B.   C.
jntectoi publlsbtng Company
Limited
ADVERTISING  KATES.
Legal notices 1" rents per line first
Insertion, it ceuts per lino each
subsequent insertion. Measurement* Nonpariel llU lines make
uu-e inch.) Store and general
bUslne*8 ah*uoLU«iiH*utb }J.*~>U pel
inch !-•«■ uiuuth. Preferred positions, 25 per cent, additional.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, iiUe
each  .nseiuuu.
Laud notices *»T.ju. All advertise
ments subject tu the approval ui
the management. Wanted and
Condensed Advertisements . —
Agents Wanted, Help Wauled, Sit
uatiuus wanted, Situations Va
cant, Teacher* Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 25 words ur less, 25c,
each additiuual lino 10 cents.
Changes il. standing advertise
ments must be in hy 'J a, at.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
to  secure  (rood  display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited ou mat
lets ui public interest. Cum
municat.ons to Editor must be
accompanied by name ul writer
nut necessarily lur publication,
but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence should  be briet.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES
Including postage to Englaud,  United States and Canada.
By the year ■*,through postoffice) $2.*50
(?-
Cbe flDaillberalb
WEDNESDAY,   JII.V   19,   1911.
A writei   .u Canadian Colliers   has
recer.t.;.     len trying to find out what
a child can  buy  with a cent.        The
quantity,  quality,  variety  of      merchandise that can lie procured for the
mo.iest sum ia amazing.     When      a
mother gives a child a rent and sends
it on its way to school one is aston
ished to learn that the youngster can
treat h n Bell to the following mlacel
ire at will:
Vrsenic   tree sulphuric acid, benzoic
aci I, salicylic acid,     powdered whitt
.     ■ pper      salts.      I'russ.uii
;   alcohol,   wood   aleo
.    j * oal tar dyes, alum,   decayed fruits.
Every article on the above menu,
.., •;, • . -eptiou "i the lasl one,
tbe *: put shases In the form uf
candy.
It is only fair to state that lbe
writei        l     liei    refers to the    pur
: .        !  tin' cent  in tbe east
.\   .*, .   * i toi tunatelj  has    not
tUe ly possibilities    at the
■..nne  ::. .: ••       Nevertheless the i une
■ •I- king the   child'-
.: the umiecesBarj tm
: ood  th.a  doctors tell
tbo    ■  ■ '   ■' malnutrition, are
Th    most      largely
ml   q food that     goes
;;.     The J.rt  Is thick
,■-; ■ md candies, but
. comes fi om
:. ■ lei ' idea ot the street
.   . *:.   the    inwusbed   lunds
.ft*    ■•■   lol   himself,   from  the dirt
hools,  from
■• ■ ■  cars, from
ih,* -  .  'rom  the      irar-
••■!'';*,   Can.
* * t.ni.ite th ll
' ,*...• • . . are    at    the
pre*   ' ' Pbeir pro
.    * . ,.-',■■*
"It pl* of
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people I ''• '        " them
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.'•..•     ■       |' .    .• Trade
■   • ■   i   n for tha I a.* **
.,*. t •,. ■ ol       much, Ioi  .*'
t.;   .     •    ■;       [ho purpose   ol
exlgttnec    'hat   *    nb.it  public    »ub-
■   .• rivei for and what tbe
,    . . ■'!■* bo ird  will d i. Tbe
■    uM gO  faith. I      tljali
that :'d not only tnke the hi
,„ 0pi« *>'h.-n tbey i,*rt here but
make ,,n clTort to g»t
it,,*,,*, to '* here to look over what
■ne have. The paper* ihould I*
wat hed tit see jusi who is travelling
throut-ii the country, and then tho
hoard sbouM get after them. Junt
,.,,/. ti.. i ■■      i buaeb I'l i-diior  from
,1 * :, ii ng tW« Key. aad if
we had them ben and eouM sho«
thnn what we have, Kevelstoke could
. l sorts nl publicity from tbat
pouve.     NrUoli Board ot Trade   bas
=^
FOIR   S-A-ILjIE
F1VE-KOOMED HOUSE
All modern, close in, only $1(100
SEVEN-ROOMED HOUSE
First Street, east of Post Office, for $2100
SEVEN-ROOMED HOUSE
All modern, good location, east of McKenzie
Avenue, $2,750.   Easy terms.
FIFTY PT>OT BUILDING LOT
on Fifth Street, a bargain, at $500.
FIFTY FOOT CORNER
on Fifth Street, on terms, at $650.
FIFTY FOOT LOT
on Fifth Street, at $850, good location. Terms
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Agents C.P.R. Lots and Acreage.
V - —^
I u  after them hot  foot,  but so far
s  bee-n  unable  to  land them.      Not
being situated  on  the main lino      of
the  C.P.R,  il   might      not   be convenient   for   ihe editors to  make  a stopping   place  of   Nelson,   but  we,     being
situated on ttie main line,  could  pos-
,-ilily   get   them  to  stop  over  for      a
few   hours   provided    the cllort    were
made.      It   would  be worth   while    to
make the effort for publicity's sake.
Not until the Hoard of Trade takes
i  Interest  In Btich stunts will it he I
fulfilling the true purposes for which j
t  is created.
From those who should know it is
learned that the recent jam of Ious
at the power dam resulted in no dam
age to the structure. The jura has
heen  relieved  an.l  the  boom  renewed.
Calgary is making an awful howl
about tlie recent enumeration. Tho!
eity claims that there were a Inrge
number of the citizens uot counted.
It claims lo have a population of
about .Mi.mm souls, but believes the
'eiisiis returns will belie that statement. An.l yet ill the face of tbis
belief of r.n.ami BOuls, the city could
only muster 1*1 ratepayers to vote on
a $20,000 bylaw on Friday last. I'o-
•silily the census men passed up thc
•leivd ones.
REVELSTOKE IHE CITY
DE MAN. ADVANTAGES
MADMAN IS KILLED.
Nelsoo.   II. C,   July   1.1.—While  par
a^ing the streets ol    Grand      Forks
nourishing  a   revolver   wbich   he    had
taken by force from a hardware st ore
and from whioh ne was Bring into tin.
air.   John   Suszko   was  shot   down  by
acting  chief of  police  ijiiinlivan    and
died shortly afterwards     at      iIrand
Forks cottage hospital*     It  appears
that      Suszko,      a  man 24  year- old,
went   to a  hardware  store nnd   want
c.l  to huy a  revolver on  credit,    hut
.mi refused.     He grab-bed a  weapon
he had been examining and bolted out
the   door.      Brandishing   the  weapon
menacingly     and firing shot*,    h •!*•
and   thither,   he   parallel   the   jtrcetl
Voting Chief Quinlivnn, who had been
on  night  duty,  was called  an.l  '
*■■! tlie m.in. Suszko covered him with
the re\olvei       I   11     policeman drew
his irun ft*, tii  hia  pocket  an.l dropped
l.ni      The bullet  entered  !
*   one eye.
ONLY ORIGINAL PICTURES
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Splendid Essay Written by Fred
fraser of the High School-
Many Opportunities
Tae following polished essay written hy Fred Fraser on "Revelstoke,
Its Possibilities and Advantages,"
won the lirst prize among the essays
produced in the high school. It is
a splendid cllort, and well worth reading:
Hevelstoke, nieeca of tourists and
paradise of pleasure seekers! This
small but hy no means unimportant
citv of Uritish Columbia is Bet'In one
of Nature's most beautiful ainpbithe
alt ms. surrounded by huge and majestic mountains capped with eternal
snows. It is situated on the left
hank of tlie Columbia river and has
a beautiful environment, tn thc distance the Hold Range prints its bold
outlines against the western horizon,
while to the east tin.' Selkirks uplift
their peaks to the azure skies, standing out :ike sentinels to the peaceful
valley below. With tbc main line of
the Oanadian I'acilic Railway running through it. Itevelstoke his one
of the best situations for the develop
ment ul Industries ol any city in the
Kootenays, On the summit of Mount
Victoria, a two mile walk from tbe
city, lies a beautiful park which is
nearly level and carpeted with dowers
wliicb are of every hue of the rain
how and are a sight which is worth
Walking  twice  tlie distance to -ee.
line sometimes boars Revelstoke
called the Strawberry Oity; this is
no exaggeration, hut, is on the contrary an absolute fact. Tiie >iatur
of Hie  soil  and  climate     with  win *h
this   district    IS    hie-.-,.I    Is    pal*!..
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toothsome und popular dessert. 11  is
..nly within the       I   *       . • irs     t nal
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11,  20   years mgo.
A   ite  in ■ *        *m  i.nilt  ,,t  .-louth
Fori    .*.■•■  next   .in,te,   to  ply   be
t .'.i-mi, tla* town tin! Tete Jaime Oat he
W. F. Hnokc ■'. that it will have
enough powei  to climb a tree.
The hole] ,,i .'■ iriim11 land will he
.*:* i ie I on l let. I , at least foi the win
tif months if HP light and water
: .i'i uie not n line. I. It | . appal
enl thai it r. difficult t'* make a
I em pel a lice ll* til p.ij e mu in the
OkdUJifUU,
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i ..*» head,     in     the     vlclnlt ,*    '   h
ma I I    town   is   ,i    In ,'c   n.i till  i!
ml.  and  coal   held   who li   ■>.
• i"      :   ip .ol   * ui ke 1 t xten* ivcly
it ■■! toke has an imn ual fall fan
winch i.... ., ,,, inducement (ot
[armors  ml manufacturer!  to   battel
t ben   i I'ii '   .m.i    ,n p i.i,   ,m  other
cities  in  indiisl't nil   we.il li,  The  prln
cij-al exhibit* ol the fair iuu $cihtu1-
ly fruit and poultry; with regard to
lhc former Hevelstoke cm compel,'
with any other city in British Oolumbia. Applies are the most popular fruit and nre grown w.th amazing success in this district. When
one looks at an Alexander Fall or a
Yellow Transparent, I ne can hardly
blame Adam and Eve for eating the
fruit   if it   was  like  this  in theii* day.
ln ihe near future a large addition
will be made to Revolstoke's increasing slock nl valuable buildings. Thc
Dominion government Is giving the'
city a post; ollice which, we hope,
will satisfy the demands of nitepay -
■s,     Also another line structure, 'the ,
lUrt   house,   will   he  erected. This
building will cost in the near neigh-!
borhood of one hundred and twenty'
thousand dollars. I
It has Ih.-cii whispered among the
knowing that Itevelstoke is to have
a large pulp mill and match factory, |
This will l>e n valuable addition to
the cities Industries and it. is to he
hoped   that  the rumors are reliable.
The sports of Ihe lown have full
scope for their skill and strength,
there being two large recreation
grounds and a -gymnasium. A varied
Bel of games and sp..rts are arrang
ed for each public holiday and a
very small admission fee is charged.
In summer holidays an ideal and
beautiful camping ground is withiu
easy reach. (In the summit of Mt.
Victoria is located .mc of the most
beautiful parks in Canada. The
gentle slopes of the lolls are heavily
clad with many and lienutiful colored I
llowers. Six nnles of trail lead from
the top of the mountain to Lake Eva*
which lies snugly hidden away with]
blue unruffled surface between two
hills. This lake covers about fifteen
acres, and is one of the most beau- j
tiful in the Canadian  Rockies.
Game hunters have .very chance for
a good haul when they eome to the'
Hevelstoke district. C.rouse haunt
the hillsides, and ducks frequent the
many sloughs in this neighborhood.
Oai'ibou and deer roam the bills.
(if all the cities in the Kootenays,
Hevelstoke has the hest prospects of
future growth and prosperity. Its
present population is something over
four thousand, hut Kevelstoke is only in its infancy, and with its present mil look it will soon reach the ten
thousand mark. It is only of late
that people have realized its wonderful natural advantages und they nre
coming here fast to he among the]
tirst to partake of wealth. Thc city'
has every facility—good roads, pern- j
ent sidewalks, lirst class hotels and
restaurants, and tbe best electric
and power system of any city twice
its s-iz,e in Uritish Columbia. There
are two large and well equiped
schools in tlie city which are second
to none in tlle province. The Hill
school has ever*-, facility including a
complete phygCdfc.1 laboratory. With
all these aids it is a certain [act that
Hevelstoke will fast increase in prosperity and wealth and will be a great
aid in the greal work of Dominion
building.
Yours  truly,
FKF.Ii   FHASFII,   .Ir.
JIM    CROW    LAW.
Shreveport,     La.,  duly  13—That a
*   mai     niniit ,n tins stat** .*,*
cupy a berth in a sleeping car where
m    •*   passenger   waa ruled
lay !■>   Judge Blanohard    in   a
Two  negro women   were
'i  .niin-g
*! union depot  here OH
ppeal   t..  the     police
•il   white   passengers.
' -t   was  made    To the
egroes hy a     white
claimed 'in* women
.•   i- maids to ins dau-
■B8Ses   were   escorted
• i ters In their    night
■   111 mebar.l lined them
ition  of the     "dim
WEDDING BELLS
A Popular Couple Quietly Married at Nakusp
Nakusp, II. ('., duly 17—Last Friday night at llie Presbyterian manse
a quiet wedding took place in which
Mr. W. L. Shirley and Mrs. T. A.
Fidget- were uijited in Ihe holy bonds
of matrimony. Tbe groom was supported hy Mr. T. Fields, while Mrs.
Folger was supported hy Miss L.
Folger.
Mr. Sherlcy is bend sawyer for the
tjuance Lumber Col ,»[ Nukusp. Mrs.
and Miss Folger are Irom Victoria.
The bride is a granddaughter of the
late Dougal McTavisb, chief factor uf
ttie Hudson Hay and the ward of
Lord Strathcona. Mr. and Mrs.
Sherley will make their home in
Nakusp.
Thi' couple arc very popular in Na
kti-p an.l as the couple joined bauds
the shrill   blast   of   the   null's  whistle
announced thai the coremony was per
formed. The mill hoys mid citUens
of Nakusp helped to make the evening a memorable one in Nakusp, tbey
assembled just beyond the ministers
grounds und when the bridal party issued from bhe relreslitnenl parlor,
they were greeted with a shower of
rice, old shoes and the melodious
notes of every tin horn and can rii\
the city.
The bride was charmingly gowned
in a robe of black crepe de chene.
while the bridesmaid wore il dress of
while. Mr. Sherley addressed a very
enthusiastic crowd with mi entertaining speech and was greeted with applause, a tew dunces then followed,
and lunch wns served nt the behind
hotel.
iMi.uou HARVESTERS NEEDED
Winnipeg, duly 15.— Twenty thousand harvesters are needed in the
grain fields of Manitoba, according to
the report of tbc provincial govern
ment based on reports from die crop
correspondents. There is u serious
shortage of labor at all points. Hon.
Robert Rogers, minister of Public
Works, has left for Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa with a view to obtaining harvest  labor.
ITJALIFICATIONS.
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CDMIHG EVENTS
duly 19-20—Royal Lilliputian Opera
Company, Kdison theatre.
August 21*—The Flower of the Ranch,
Musical Comedy, dfi people, Bdison
theatre.
duly 21-22—Only authorised Coronation Pictures at the Kdison theatre
Sept.  11 and 12—Hevelstoke Fall Fair
Seat. 11 and 12—Revelstoke Fall Fair
agricultural exhibits, live stock,
poultry, horse racing and oilier attractions.
Sept. 19-20.—The Famous Juvenil
Bostonians at the Kdison theatre.
Sept. 26-27—The Musical Hckhardts
in vaudeville ut. the EDdlSOO theatre,
October lii—Royal Welsh Choir, at
the   Kdison   theatre.
Nov. IS—Return of the favorites, Tbe
Allen  Flayers in repertoire.
Dec. 18—C.P. Walker presents the Wm
Yule company in the Rivals, at th
Kdison theatre.
dan.   10—Return of Wm.   Yule  ii Co.,
in Dombey & Son, Bdison theatre,
dan. 26—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee   Singers considered the  best colored  concert company  on  thc road,
Kdison  iheatre.
Feb. 26—The Cantlesqiiure Entertainers In high class concert nt the
Bdison theatre.
IRST-CLASS
SHOE SHINING
and Ollice Gleaning
Pei ■ ii ■ K'ifthitiR Iheir offices
ii -", cleaned i m  ■!" so
li\ leavinu order* nl
Morgan's
Btirber Shop
Ihe Royal Lilliputians at Edison Theatre To-Night
A Word of Warning
Its only a matter of days now until the unsold porlion of the 50 cent, issue of the British
Pacific Coal Company\ Ltd. shares have been
taken or withdrawn from the market and the next
issue offered at 75 cents or $ 1.00 per share.
Trustee T. R. Morrow, so well and favorably
known, absolutely guarantees that the next issue
will not be offered at less than 75 cents per share
and that in all probability the price will be $1.00
per share since the development work of the property fully justifies such a price.
The British Pacific Coal Co.. Ltd. controls
8,320 acres of coal land on Skidgate Harbor.
Graham Island, only 80 miles from Prince Rupert
City, the Pacific terminus ot that great transcontinental Railway, the Grand Trunk Pacific.
The property has been reported on by six
mineral coal engineers, all who have unconditionally declared the coal to be anthracite of the first
quality and present in large quantities. One seam
alone contains 36,000,000 tons, and there are six
seams in the property. In less than six months
time the coal will be offered on the local market.
Buy shares at 50c. today. In a few days you
make 25c. per share profit. You can buy" 100
shares with $10 cash down, balance in 3 monthly
payments of equal proportion. Address your
application and make cheques payable to the Trustee, T. R. MORROW, at office of British Pacific
Coal Co., 124 Hastings St.. West, Vancouver.
Mr. S. L. Bryant is in Revelstoke
at King Edward Hotel in the interests of Mr. T.  R. Morrow, Trustee.
houses Moved and Remodelled
General Carpentry and Repair Work a
Specialty. Orders will receive prompt
attention.
J. H. MacBain
Phone 58 P. O. Box 112
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash anil Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Cict vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). Shatv,   -    Proprietor
Photos! Photos! Photos!
Get vour Photos at the TRUEMAN STUDIO and
be satisfied. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
It will be your own fault if you accept anything
that dnes not fully please you.
Baby Photos a Specialty
Developing and Printing for Amateurs. Prices
Right.    See nit' hefore sending work out of town.
A. D. Tourner
Over Macdonald's Drug Store
Trueman Studio
GOURLAY PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
c.iii iiiiiI sec them.   Let ui. ni\e vnu tlie reason
«ln the) in tin* best that money can buy.
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter ■&• lieeming's
Gherhard Heintzman. and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos. WEDNESDAY,   JULY 19,  1911.
THE MAIL-HEEALD, EEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1911.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE  INSTALLED  IN  THEIR  VAULT  A   NEST  OF
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE ANY
TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES,
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES
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FOR   FURTHER  INFORMATION   APPLY  TO
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH-  F. Nl. GIBSON. NIQR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG  &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEO|l85B
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - •    $4400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all tbe Principal Cities of the World.
A QINIRAL BANKINCI BUSINESS TRANSACTED
8AVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New Management
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on the Continent
Natural Hot Water, 124 Degree of Hea
Natural Hot Water in Baths.    0   :U All Year
Rates from $12 lo $15 Fer Week
G-ET  -W^ISEI
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that Ihe whiskeys we are
Belling are the hest. Call and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
:«i yearB old or Blaokbcrry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our slock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
lie Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Clgara and Clgarettci
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have ii very fine assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale arc. grown in our own Nurseries
on thc Coldstream   Estate
If. D. Curry,
Beneral Agent,
Vtrnon, B, C,
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,
Revelstoke, B, C
FURNITURE
We Carry a complete stock of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Etc. Get our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
revelstoke. b. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.     All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rates 4>2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEBT     STOIDTIE     PROP.
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a. call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
For Sale
25 foot Lot and House, Third Street
$1600.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new Post Office, $1280.
House and Lot near Y.M.C.A., $315(1.
Two  lots  and   House. Third   Street,
$2000.
House and Lot, First Street, near ihe
new Post Office, $2100.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $700.
50 feet on Victoria Road, $550.
12 Room House, Second Street, 50-foot
lot, $4500.
And other first-class values,
Call and investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
E.   G.    BURR>D<3E
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   8HOP-
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay landp in parcels of
10 or 20 acre? or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent
Box 616 Arrowhead
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FO* SPRI G PAINTING
Let uie paint your house right. I do
nothing but first-class work. Quality
considered mv price is low. The best
materials used and work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
SIGNS I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage anil Wagon Painting at my
shop in alley back of K. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Oor. 'Ird St. and Robson aire
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kinds  neally done
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on any class
of work
Front       Street.
John Lee
Drygoods Store
Dressmaking and Jewelry
Il.ind-I'ainled China. Rattan Chairs, anil fancv
things, Baitenburg Bed
Spreads, Shams, Scarf• for
Dressers, etc.
Removed to opposite side
of Street from Central
Hotel.
PrioM R-MMnabl.      P 0. Boi 203
Front st . Lower Town, Revelstoke
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for ali oiaim of  tralldfuft
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICKS
For •*!* In lartra nr *mill <|rnntllten
at tlia loWBBt prlci* ft pr etu
AH kind* of bulldliiK and ulaMarluff
nudertnkaa
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
UNION HOTEL
ARRO>*VHKAD, B. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
A POST CARD BRINGS
HELP FOB THE KIDNEYS
OIN  PILLS SENT FREE
Wc want all sufferers from Kidney
and Bladder Troubles, Lame Back and
Rheumatism, to test GIN PILLS, and
ace ior themselves that ('.IN PILLS will
really cure all these trouble*.
If yonr Kidneys sre weak—if it pains
too to urinate—if jour back aches—if
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prove that they will relieve 70a and
care you. It won't cost you a cent. Yon
don't have to buy them. Simply write
ua for a free sample.
"A ahort time ago, I received a free
•ample of GIN PILLS whick I have
taken with audi good effects that I herewith enclose joe for a box of them. I
believe GIN FILLS are just the thingi
for me." Richard Hahi.vm,
Frkncb RivXi.
Ont PILLS are ao called because they
contain tbe medicinal principle w
Juniper berries, the eaaential principle of
Gin, bat do not contain alcohol. 30c. a
bos — 6 for $3.JO — at dealer*, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
refunded. Sample box free if you writ*
■a. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
D«f*. W„    Tom*, u
Thc original
(iin Pills mado by
National Drug and
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, aro fold
only In thia bos.
FOR HALF!—8U-ronmc(l Imutie, new,
(fourth Htreet, >(",oo cash nnd hnl
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Apply J. H. Header, Vernon, B. 0.
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Catalogue and Ratei un Application.
Address 1    hihtkh Superior.
KOH HALK-Two lots 38ft, In North
Vancouver, -JIM eaeh each. Apply
0. Hilton, Second itreet.
New hay is selling at 18 a ton in
the fields around  Conconully,  Wash.
Mr, Henderson is shipping gypguni
irom his mine at Merritt to Victoria.
V. A. MeKinnon lms been appointed deputy mining recorder at Goose
Bay.
In Rowland Hod Morrison receives,
J100 a month tor driving the hone
team.
At Rock Creek, Harry Ptttentiright
has onu of the finest orchards in the
province.
Windsor,
famine.
Ont., liis facing a     milk
O.M.  Arnold,
ia <lea<l.
K.C., ot Bracebridge,
Mrs. D. MoCart died suddenly 01
the street at Sarnia.
The Gllmore door factory at Trenton was destroyed by fire.
Gait Y.M.C.A. wiil spend 118,000 for
a site on Queen's  Bquare.
Mgr.  Bruchesi,  of Montreal,      «
received by the Pope.
Samuel George was killed by the
falling of dcrick boom in Ottawa.
London First Congregational church
has called Rev. R.G. Watt of Guelph.
Hon. T. Nosse, former Japanese
Consul-General at Ottawa, is dead in
Korea.
Mrs. Hubbard, aged 104, is Guelphs
oldest citizen, asregistcrod by tbe
census.
The fortieth annual convention of
the Knights ol I'ytbias is in sesBion
at Sarnia.
St. Davi-d's Society, Montreal, cabled greetings in Welsh to tbe Prince ot
Wales at Carnarvon.
Hamilton Scarlet Knights won the
drilling prize at the L.O.L. demonstration at St. Kltta.
while
George  Renacre,   formerly    of  London,      was accidentally    shot
canoeing in Keewatin.
Twenty-three lodges celebrated the
12th at Euglehart, with Col. Belcher
ami Thos.  A.  Duff chief orators.
Judge MacBeth, ot London, is in.
vestigating graft charges preferred
against Ward Foreman Mulhall.
Benjamin McCall, o( London, while
autoiug, collided with a trolley in
St. Thomas, but escaped with bruises
Controller Wanklyn, of Montreal, iB
suing Oliver Asselin for *|16,00O for
alleged libel [n. L'Action over
article on the letting of civic
tracts.
an
con-
Kvu Booth, commander ot
vation Army, is prostrated
heat in New Yotk.
the
by
Sal
the
Los  Angeles dyna-
-  on  tlie  verge    of
McMaurgal,   the
mi ting  informer,
nervous'collupse.
The Christian Endeavor convention
at Atlantic City pledgud the balance
of the «5,00(> needed to complete international    headquarters in   Boston.
Toronto, Cleveland, Buffalo, Chicago and Milwaukee ure after next
year's meeting of the International
Longshoremen's Association, in seat-won at Toledo, Ohio. The delegate bave declared against Japanese immigration.
Stove wood is J5 a cord tn Vern
bou»e is to be built
Au opera
Stewart.
CJuesncl has bought
bell.
at
a toll) pound tire
A Chinatown
Wallachio.
Iu Merritt the
on Sunday.
bas  been started      io
pool rooms are open
The Hotel Penticton in Penticton ls
being enlarged.
Miss Davies has opened a bakery in
Abbotsford.
An Orange lodge has  been organiz-
ed at Huma8 City.
There  is a street  in
culled Houston itreet.
Fort      George
During HUM the coke turned
the United States was worth
000,000.
out in
U0«,-
The city
c.ml   trom
of Fernie Is importing
Lundbreck.
tin
hai
ll  estimated  that      Vernon
a, population of 3,600.
Spring lambs  bring It,,50 n
n New  Westminster.
A  board ol  I..*.ub*  has been
.»d -at Port Hammond.
I,■oiu
Penticton   has   installed   a  tire  bell
that weighs 300 pounds.
Several blind pig proprietor*   w«re
recently fined at Haaelton.
The Herald was the name of tlie
tirst paper printed in Vancouver.
There was a 11,500 celebration n.t
Fort George on Dominion Day.
Cumberland is in urgent need ot a
better and  cleaner" police station.
The police have closed all the gambling bouses in Prince Ruuert.
Mr. Justice Murphy and wife are
spendiag tbe summer in Europe.
There were 106 canes tried in the
police court is Kamloops in June.
Keremeos wants a barber as Jimmy
Innis is retiring from burtneas.
There are 1,526 newspapers and periodicals published in Oanada and New
Foundland.
In Cumberland poor sidewalks are
driving pedestrians into the middle of
the road.
The section foreman at Cokato was
fined 150 for setting out flrei contrary to law.
The prevailing price ol new potatoes in British Columbia this month
was eight cents a pound.
An auto is now being operated from
Hazelton to points on the Bulkley
valley road.
In Alberta the government up to
July 1st insures crops against being
injured by hail.
On the Queen Charlotte Islands IW
men are emdloyed building roads and
trails.
Soo Jam died in Kamloops from
injuries received on tbe railway. He
got his name in China.
The fare on the auto stage from
Penticton to Keremeos is 160 to |100
tor the round trip.
Samud Henderson one of the oldest
settlers in the Chilliwack district U
dead at tbe age ot 82.
Mike Calaban ot Vancouver says a
mine can be scientifically salted at a
cost of 1500.
A bear was recently fhot within
two miles of Chesaw, Wash. It came
across the line trom British Colnm •
bia.
In Cumberland recently seven young
men were fined $20 each for playing
poker in a candy store.
I'nder certain condition* the Bank
of Montreal will lend the city of
Prince  Rupert JI,000,000.
Joe Laselle, the trapper, recently
captuied two very large grizzly b«sr«
and brought them to Barkerville.
This season tbe record catch of
sockeye salmon at the mouth of tbe
Skeena river was 230 fish for one
boat.
H. H. Hill waa given four months
in jail for selling a Hope barbershop
that did  not exist,  to Bill Walsh.
The provincial government will put
in a ferry between Mieeion City and
the opposite sbore ot the Fraser river
There are 135 teams and freighting
outfits hauling supplies over tbe Cariboo road from Ashcroft toward Fort
(Ieorge.
About the only thing open on Sundays in Vancouver arc the churches,
ice cream i>arlorB and the gates at
Stanley Park.
Charles Hawthorne of C-heani received 1168 for tbe milk of 11 cow»
in May. The milk waa sold to the
creamery at Chilliwack.
It is estimated that there have
been at least one third more spring
salmon in tbe Skeena river this year
than any previous season.
The Chesaw News aays that D. H.
Han and Fred Brelt recently went to
Creetiwood with a load of pork and
returned with a barrel ol money.
Cattle are now being shipped from
Penticton to Vancouver. Formtrlv
they were driven to Greenwood and
shipted  from tbere by rail.
S.  K.  Durham of Merritt has gonn
to Lytton where he will open a barber shop »nd rooming bouse.       This
there  will  be great activity 6 in
fall
Lytton.
It.  H   Winy  of the  Nicola
died in lilngland latt month.
Valley,
South Fort George has no lockup
or Jail. Tbo police ihould cbatn their
captives to trece as tbey did in Nakusp in the boom days of 1893*
Natural gas has been struck at a
depth of 2*40 feet on a ranch nt Birch
Bay. When touched with a match the
gas burns to a heibht of from six to
e-fgbt feet.
The 44 r.i neb ol 32,000 acres near
Claresholm, Altn., hat been sold -to
Tom Moore of St. Olair, Mich. Moore
at one time kept a stofe at Petrolle,
Ontario.
Twenti years ago liquor licensee In
Vernon were raised from |60 to FMo
a year and tbe News complained at
the time that tut drinkB seemed to b«
at far vS ai mr. wehnkspav. *in,Y i", wii.
THE: IIVLA.IL-iHE.R-A-LD,  BEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   JtlLV  19,  Wll.
GAMMON SENSE Will
SME MIRY MILLIONS
Government States Why Cancellation ot Permits tor Land'
Clearing is Necessary
15,000
a,ooo
pns-
tliinl     cabin
500
3,1150
5,000
400
THI A I.
Victoria,  B. C,  July  17,—Aa there
appears to  b« a general feeling      ol
partial discontent     throughout      the
pr. vince in consequence ol the     cancellation i*I lfi-mits lur land-clearing
b\  tire ,i. i..   oue sections,  more par-
fcicularlj   in  the  Kootenays,  a  statement ii. reterence to the actloti would
• ••u*  :     *..*  perhaps  desirable at the
ptesent juncture.    The officials ot the
F irest I     tecl       branch of the lands
department,   l  ma)   be said   at   the
outset, are lully In sympathy     with
the   ibject   av  ol  ibo-se rommonsense
an.l  careful  settlers  who do  not sec
why tbey  -*'. m.1.1  lie deprived    ol   the
gt.;  ti    .'.../.-• lire  in the clearing iii
[heir lands and who contend that bbe
bringing    ••'  their  Iml.lings  under cultivation is thereby bumpered and re-
-aivle.1.      Unfortunately,  however,  it
-   impossible   to   discriminate   in  the
(ormulutinii   nf   rules   and   regulations
between those wbo will exercise 6:lue
precautions aitd control their      Bres,
.in.i those who will uot do so,      and
•,:ie (act that out ol forty reports of
ixpensive  Ores  of  the present season
tbat  are  just  to  hand,  laud  clearing
operations are set down us the orig-
a ting  cause  in  thirteen   instunce—
>st   15  i>er cent.—is  evidence      in
its H tbat some strict control of such
■ !-  ations  bas  iiecome  a  paramount
necessity.
'■I  the thirteen  hre-  referred to and
chargeable to landclearing, but     two
were under requisite permit, and    originated  through  insufficient  oare    in
the handling of  the settlers'  tires.  A
very common     source of destructive
I ireet fires is proven to be smoulder-
L-ghre  from  slashing  burnings,   while
the  burning  ot  brush  without  sufficient  force to rope  with  any    possible
spread nt the Haines is another      established  danger  to  valuable  property. In  one  case  recently,    sparks
from a clearing hre, under permit, in
the  vicinity  of  Salmo in the      Ymir
district,   .ifcasioned  n   tire  whicli  bus
co»t tbe coantry no less than $900.00
in  fighting,   which, had  due care been
exercise:!, would not have been     occasioned—the  province at the      same
l;me    retaining  a  valuable    tract   of
timher now written oil as lost.
The clearing of land by lire ol
course is attended with a minimum
of ri6k during the winter and spring
months, and during such aeneous it
shou'..'. be irranged lor, although the
summer appeals to the average settler as thfl period best suiting his
convenience. When lire is invoked
during dryer seasons of the year, certain cardinal rules ol precautionary
procedure are shown to be essential,
and tb- i observance would produoe
a Baving ol millions ••'. dollars now
countei a-  timber  waste
Primarily,  slashings  should  not lie
burned,    he   timber  refuse  being  collected iiit-i piles instead and care being   taken   t..   ieave  a   sufficient       lire
guard     tietween the lire and adjacent
inflammable material, either standing
or fallen wood • *r .Iry grass oi buildings,      Vgaio,  It ie proven to   l>e of
_•  - -  ..:.*• ige that  fires for clear-
ng bi     gbtcd at night  Instead     ol
:■-.••■      lay, the  atmosphere    be-
,ng heavier during the hours of night
the I restai   n and vegetation gener-
al y  being   lamper, sparks    carrying
.' •■   less  fat  * ty, and it being    con-
lei iblj       - er   to  locate  cummuni-
cated I Constant watchfulness is
I i       • a     most   Important
[act t   ■' ■ tfety; and when the refuse
.-,*■- - consumed bas been   lit
; >sed of, the set ler Bhould look well
tbi     m iers    east these, left smoul I
lei ng   - ■ borne away by tbe
wind ' ' he initiation ol a dis
astrous fire.
Genei      an      commonsense obterv
ance of these   ind  •, lew othei  s.mpl-
.   et  > bicb will   suggest themselvee
to the   *. • rage man of tr 1 judgment
... iqM nlj result  In an Immense
.vti-1  gratilj •*.  i    ■'   o    of    'hei
fire loss Ol II:.tish Goluml
that I.n- already run to .mt* inding
i .• ,.* in n llions and ine dentally
obviate tbe present necessity ••'■ bring
.in- the caivful settlei -indei tbe oi
eration ■•'■ somewhat drastic rules
which the rurvlessnesB al bis less
thoughtful neighbor tins made imi»T
ntive for the time being and under
existing conditions.
Wages of employees
Laundry *	
Meals     for      font    cabin
gangers 	
Meals     lor     second cabin
passengers       4,420
Feeding       tin
passengers 	
i'eding  employees   	
HHghbeen  mgs tor docking
Transferring     third    cabin   pus-
eengers   to   Ellis Island         75
I Transferring    third   cabin  baggage     75
For the return trip to Soubhamp
ton    the   lollowing      supplies      were
bought tor the  Olympic's cabin passengers:
Thirty-live thousand pounds of beef,
lu.ODII pouiull of  mutton.  2000 pounds
of veal. 50 carcasses of spring lamb,
3000 pounds  ol  pork loins,   loo  Virginia bams,   lllll   down  of sweetbreads,
.iiiiiii     pounds     I'tiiladeli'hia broilers,
2000   pounds   of   capons,   3000     pound*.
ol celery fed     ducklings, '.wm pounds
if fowl, 5000 pounds ol guinea chickens,   100   donen   ol   squabs,   illi   barrels
of clams,  7000   pounds  ot  iced      fresh
lish,  2000  pounds ol  lobsters,   4 turtle*;,  8000 gallons of  fresh  milk,      100
gallons ol ('ream, 6000 pounds ol butter,  Mil,OHO eggs,  HO tons of  potatoes,
and   barrels  of   fresh   vegetables,       llll
crates of  apples,   l(>0 boxes of    grape
Iruit, 50  boxes of  lemons, 200    boxes
of  oranges,   1500 quarts of  ice cream,
1000     sheep      kidneys,  Kill dozen soft
shell   crabs,   2110  barrels   of  Hour,   100
dozen  asparagus,      500 do»en lettuce,
24  boxes      apricots,  50  crates  water
ery summer camp, no pleusnnter com
panion for wblllng away a pleasant
hour is needed.
VANCOUVER TROUNCED
Nbw Westminster Champions on
Their Own Gronnds
COMIHG EVENTS
duly  17
Opera
-Coronation
House.
Pictures at   the
sale
fire Alarm Boxes
On their historic battle ground ov
erlooklng the Fraser the New   West
! minster champion lacrosse team     on
I Saturday   afternoon   last   again   gave
lorco to  the belief that on their own '
ground  tbey  are  invincible.  For    the
first, time this season they completely outplayed Con Jones' combination'
of stars,     defeating  the.  Vancouver
team by the decisive score ol nine to
two.      There was no excuse  to oiler.
From the time New  Westminster seined its lirsl goal within a few minutes
after the     opening     play, the green-
shirts never bad more than a lighting
chance,  and  that diminished  steadily
as the game proceeded,
Tlle mutch was played under a broil
ing sun, und ou grandstand and
bleachers were a mass of moving fans
composed of anything from a straw ,
hat to a piece ol newspaper. The
grandstand was packed, there were
only a few blank spares on the bio idlers, and the fence was ringed by n
standing     crowd.     Possibly climatic Jan
July 17—Roman Catholic church
Of work, Howson Block.
July I'J— Methodist,  Presbyterian and
Baptist picnic to Albert Canyon,
Royal   Lilliputian    Opera
Bdison theatre.
melons, 200 crates of strawberries
dozen  crates  pineapples.
20
July   l'.l-20
t'ompany
August 21—The Flower of the Ranch,
Musical Comedy, 85 people, Kdison
theatre.
July  21-22—Only  authorized  Coronation Pictures al the Kdison theatre
Sept.  11 and 12—Revelstoke Fall Knit
Weat. 11 aud 12—Revelstoke Fall Fair
agricultural exhibits,  live      stock,
poultry, horse racing and other attractions.
Sept. 19-20.—The    Famous    Juvenll
|    Bostonians at the lOdisou theatre.
Bept. 26-27—The    Musical    Krkhardt*;
I    in vaudeville at the Kdison theatre.
October  111—Royal  Welsh  Choir,       at
the  Kdison  theatre.
Nov. 13—Return ol the favorites, The
Allen  Players in repertoire.
tc
Dec. 18—Cl'. Walker presents thc Wm
Yule company in the Rivals, at the
Kdison theatre.
500   DEATHS.
Cobalt, Ont., July 11.—Witli the
tires throughout northern Ontario
now practically under control, conservative estimates today place the
total numlier of lives lost af/ more
than 500. Supplies of every description are pouring in from all directions
and everything possible i- being done
to alleviate the terrible Bufferings
which the  tires have caused.
conditions were on the whole favorable to the home team, since their
spleinli'd combination enabled them
to obtain the greatest results with
the least exertions. Another circumstance against the visitors wus that
"Newsy" l.alonde was off the field
for twenty minutes during play, and
West, who had been playing a good
game, wrenched his foot in the third
quarter, though this was compensated by tb,. retirement of Feeney, who
was playing in the same position for
the home team.
Next league match,  July 211th.
10—Return of Wm.  Yule & Co.,
Donibey  & Son,  Kdison  theatre.
Jan. 2(j—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Singers considered the best colored concert company on the road,
Bdison ihcatre.
Feb. 26—The Castlesqnare Entertainers in high class concert at the
Kdison theatre.
Signals are given tbus: 2 strikes,
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Box
4. No. ot box will also be shown
n Indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE BRIGADE NO. TWO.
Box No.   14—Oorner    First    street
ud   McKenzie   avenue, C. B. Hume
* Co.
Box No.  15—Corner First      stroet
nd Rokeby avenue, post office.
Box  No.   16—Corner   Second  street
and Government Road and      Opera
Icuse.
Box No. 17—Corner Third itreet
al Campbell avenue, Globe burner company.
Box No. 18—C.P.R.  station.
Box   No. 24—Corner   Fifth   street
nd     McKenzie      avenue,     Catholic
hurch.
Box No. 25—Corner    Bixth     meet
nd Orion avenue, W. A. Foote.
Box  No.   26—Corner  Fourth  street
nd Townley street,    corner     south
rack.
Boi No. 28—Corner  Second    site.it
nd Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. 34—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box No.  35—Hospital.
Box No.  36—School.
FIRE BRIGADE NO. ONE.
Box No. 44—Fire Hall No. I.
Box     No. 45—Front Btreet     west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Box   No.    46—Corner    King     and
louglaa streets. Palace Meat Market.
Box No.  47—Corner  Second      and
Vales streets, back ot court bouse.
Box No.    48—Corner    Third      aud
'.'has. streets, Cowan block,
bignal  for  practice—not leas  Ihaa
lx (6) slow strokes.
Cne (1)  Indicates line broktn
re out.
UNDER   ENTIRELY
NEW MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
i    Hotel
Hot mineral bntlis especially recom-
1 mended for invalids and those in need of
j toning up.
Exclusive bath" provided for ladies.   26
Private Rooms handsomely  fitted up.
Rates $2 per  day.    Special  Rate   for
weekly visitors.
H     COUSINS,   PROP.
KOOTENAY
:t a. f.
LODGE, No.
and A. M.
Regular meetings aie held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12.  1. O. O. F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. I'.. McRAE, N. ti.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
H. W. Edwards
Pioneer  Taxidermist
of The Kootenai
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 1461.
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in I. 0. O. F. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House  every  second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
U. w. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON.   Rec.-Sec.
/ was the first that ever burst
Into this silent land,
To mount the head of caribou
Or grizzly bear so grand.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. of    P..
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   C.
Meets every  Wednesday except   tbe
Third Wednesday of eaoh month     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. T.  SIMPSON, C. O.
O. H. BROCK, K. ol R. A 8.
M. of F.
or
Bear Rugs Mounted
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
P   O.  Box 31
SET"FOR  OCTOBER   10TH,
Two Hindus were recently seen buy
ing wine in Fernie. They likely wanted it for some religious ceremony us
our turbaned friends from India sid-
dom indulge in anything more expensive than Canada's national disturber,  rye  whisky.
Los Angeles, July 14.—John J. Mc-
Namara and his brother, James B.
McNamara, the union men accused of
murder in connection with the dc -
struction of the Los Angeles Times
building, will go to trial Oct. 10th.
This decision was given by Superior
Judge Walter Bordwell this morning.
The specilic  charge  upon  which  the
trial  will proceed  is covered by      in-
lietment  No.   6940,  relating    to    tbe
death ol  J.  Wesley  Reeves, an      em-
doyee of the Times at  the time the
inilding was destroyed.
EDMONTON DELUGED
Edmonton, July 15.—A freak deluge
that hit Kdmonton about 3:30 yester-,
day afternoon knocked over signboards, broke windows, injured auto-j
mobiles, destroyed gardens, Hooded,
basements, blew over chimneys, and
otherwise  damaged  the    central  part | TBAOHBR WANTED—A school teach
FOR SALE—First Class Dairy Cows,
this is a good opportunity tor families to own a cow and get pure
milk. Revelstoke Meat Market
Family Butchers.
GOOD   SHOW   COMING.
Journal,   (Wi
The  Stevens   Point
says of  "The Flower of The  Ranch
wbich  will  be here  August  21st,      i
Uie Edison theatre:
"The Flower  of  the   Ranch"  made
moo*1. The large audienceal the Grand
Thursday, which came to witness the
opening night, were well  please I with
the Bhow    [rom  star! to finish.     With
tbe exception of two or three of the
principals,  the show was entirely new
to  the   whole  company,   Last  Friday
they  arrived from Chicago,  and  Bince
then  have  been  working  hard    every
•lay preparing tor tbe coming Mason.
Rehearsals  have  been  held  from   I  to
0  o'clock  each   day.      Ml   the   -
dialogues and  Intricate      "bus
have  licen   worked  out   In   that   time
For this the credit  is largely due to
Mr.   I.mi 'orate,  one l he      * wnere
and  stage  manager.   Tin.***  who  saw
him il the dress rehearsal  We
might realized how well each of   the
thirty-five   members   of   tb
is undei bis control.
The play itself ie a itirring western
comedy,     with  a    little    melodrama
worked  In,  and  with  plem
ings.   There     are three
seventeen  musical numbers and many
of these  ure  real  song  hits    •«        A.-
lor  the company    the remark   v is  oi
ten beard on the streetB toda;     that
tin*-,  were fai  .• ■        tit      inl   ictors
.*.•■   hei ■        m ■ Ilea
and  left  the rest of the, city and the
•outlying district almost entirely dry.
In   the  period  that  the  deluge was
at  its  worst,  the elements set a  record for precipitation that will probably stand for som,' little while. The
temperr.ture before  the rain and wind
storm started  was  reported    by    the
meteorological   station  employe* as 83
degrees and     reached the    minimum.
temperature of 54 degrees, making n
drop of 29 degrees In a period   mf a
very b'W minutes.
There were many features of the
storm and reports were received from
Uie central parts of the city that
basements wen. Hooded, and windows
blown out during Its course. The
Transit hotel near the packing plant
reported a little rain, but nn reports
of hail were heard from west of Ninth Btreet Reports from stations in
.•very directii n around Kdmonton
have nothing ti say about hail, and
only one or ■*•• - tbem mentioned
rain
er is wanted for Mt. Begbie school.
Salary {65 per month. Apply Hugh
Smythe,  Secretary.
FOR SALE—Six Dairy Cows, also 1
thoroughbred boar three months old
—Apply Mrs. L. Martin, Sicamous,
B. C.
WARNING NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
'Ihere is no man in this town
who can sell pure milk at 11
quarts for a dollar and make a
livino at it. Be not deceived!
Pure milk may be sold a few
times until you become a steady
customer, after that, look out for
what you get.
Yours truly,
A. G. Carlson,
West End Dairy.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory is now running and
wc are In a position to supply all kinds
of fruit and vegetable lioxes and crates.
Those who have not already sent us
their orders should do sc at once as they
are coming in fasl, and we would like to
deliver all orders in good time' Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
and prices can be had on application to
S. McMahon, Revelstoke, or to
THE KERHAGHftN LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
Salmon Arm, B. C.
0. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp, No. 22*.
Meets Becond   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Com. Com.
JAMBS McINTYRE, Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,   B.   0.,    aad
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. B. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
FIRST-CLASS
SHOE SHINING
and Office Cleaning
Perrons wishing their oftice*
or start's cleaned can do so
bj leaving orders ;tt
Morgan's
BarberShop
.im  l'.iiii ami oi •
EXPENSE OF OCEAN LINERS
Cost $1,000 for Initial Trip ot
White Star Liner
It  enst   a'U'ilt
the ni>w   White
lier initial   trip
New  York.    Ttie.  Olympic iB
£e»t ocean pasiwneer ship afloat.
This tue sum was chiefly  used
paying fnr real, paying; employees and
for food.   Bight hundred tons of coal
were used daily and the cost   of this
was a trifle less than thc mat irf feeil-
sag the passengers.     Here
items:
t'oal  	
"Following the Pur Tralla   a  itorj
*,!   the   far   North   Of   interest    to
Oanadian, opens the .Inly numlier of
Rod and Gun In Canada published
by w. .1. Taylor, Ltd , Woo
Ont. In this rtory Mr. R.J. ETraeei
who is engage*! nn the Hydrogi iph '
Survey, relates interesting incidents
of the eight months' stay uf
party engaged in Burvey work .n
neighborhood ol Hudson's Baj
tells of an attack upon the Camp nf
I'olai bears. He glvee particulars of
the line trapping in wholi the party
engaged and the excellent, results of
thm portion of their work. The strati
nous outward journey Irom Port Nei
son to Winnipeg -supplies excellent reading. There is much variety in the.
other Btorles, both flihermen and
due   attention    and
the |
•tic I
and
Special
Demonstration
ofthe
Chancellor
and other* of  the   Splendid   line
of durable,  economical, reliable
Gurney-Oxford Stoves
and Ranges
nowondisi* tha JOth Century
^achievement in itove-mak   j special points of
•ti.i'lie'
The Oxford
Economizer
and  ll
heat It give* a naving of io'',
il    • ..,> utiici only on
jiiHi.ooo   to    bring
-star liner Olympic <>n
[rt,m Southampton to, hunters receiving „,„<„.,*
the big-; stories and experiences from the   f.„
Bust (18  well  kh Irom the far      West
are  included.     The  hunt    on    hori«
bark in Uritish Columbia showing thej
difference In the conditions     ■botwnen
those prevailing in the province nnd
those existing  in     Baslern and  Cen
trai Canada.     Tbere is inunh mnre of
interest to every sportsmen    In   this
yt'i MO  number.     It AouW  be loiini iu cv-
inl
are the
- -» marvellous device for the contr.,'
in fuel, betides economv of time ami labor
thin line.
Th*  Divided Oven  Flu« Strip * nf f*.od.    All
danger of failure in bakinK i-i rn   ■ ■- arrangemn t f.,r
even iltitrihatfon nf heal.    There i, no ■• ••     •   • .,( practical rtOVS"
wotk than this perfect oven control.
Another advantage lies in the Revenihlc r.r.ie fpjlpped with utrong
Interlocking teeth that nave wane, maximum I i it nrith 1-^ fuel*
T'ir Broiler Top the strong oven door, ire txestltflt features -
and these all combine with attractive deigns in wide variety of size
and price.
You are earnestly invited tr, romr snd m-speit the Ourney-Oxford
line for the good of your purse, your health, and "all the comforts
of home."
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Get your Milkman to produce a Government Certificate like the following:
No. 1930
Contagious Disease (Animal) Act
Grade  B. Certificate
This is to certify that I
have inspected the premises
and herd   of  T.  Lewis, of
Revelstoke.     The premises
do not strictly conform to the
condition   set  forth in   the
' standard,' and the herd has
been tested for tuberculosis
once a  year  and has been
found free from that disease.
Remarks :   Cows  are  in
good shape and milk handled
in a sanitary manner.
(Signed)     Dr. B. R. 1LSLEY,
July 3rd, 1911.       Inspector.
NoTK :—The only fault with
the premises is that while
the "standard" calls for
Kltfl cubic feet ol space for
each animal, whereas our
stable only contains a little
over 7iHi cubic feet for
each animal.
Plants for Sale
Strawberry Plants
91.01) Her Hundred
Cabbage
Tomato
Pepper
Asters
W.   II.   POTRUPF
Phone 56
ROBERT SMITH,
Provineial Land  Buveyor,
Mining Surreyor,
Bnflneerlnc
McKKNZIK AVE.,
BOX   106,   REVELBTOKE.
NOTICE
RevelBtoke  Laud  District.
District ol   West Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry H. MeVity,
of Reveletoke, ll. 0., occupation, accountant,  inteuua to apply  lor    permission to purcuase the lollowiug described land.
Commencing at a poirt planted
on the east bank ol the
Columbia river at the north-east
corner of Lot 83U1A, Group One, Kootenuy District, aud marked "Henry
H. McVity's South-West Corner
Post," thence eust 40 chains, thence
north HU cbains, tbence weBt 4U
cbains more or less to the eaBt bank
ol the Columbia river; tbence south
along the east bank of tbe Columbia
river 8U chains more or less to the
poiut of commencement, containing
320 acres, more or lest.
Dated May 16th, 1911.
HKNRY  H.  McVITY.
Per ('Iuu le» Robbins,    Agent.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation Y.R.U. amd North Star
Mineral Claims, situate in tbe Trout
i,ake Mining Division of West Kootenay DiBtrict. Where located —On
Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
acting aB ageat for Cutler Thomaa,
I'orter of Spokane, Wash., U. S. A.,
Kree Miner's Certilicate No. B 94976,
intend, sixty days from date hereof,
<•• apply to the Mining Recorder (or
a Certificate of Improvement!, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And fui ther take notice tbat action
under Bection 37, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.
O. B. N. WILKIE.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land District.
District ol WeBt Kootenay.
Take notice that Marie Scott,     of
Nelson,     B.    C, occupation married
woman,    intends  to apply for    permission to purchase tbe following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted 80
cbains west (rom the S.W. Corner of
Lot 8148 and running north 80 chains
east 80 chains, south 80 chainB, west
80 chains to point of commencement,
being Marie Scott's South West Corner Post.
Dated May 15th, 1911.
MARIK SCOTT,
Per J. H. Feeney, Agent.
Milk sold in Bottles at 11
quarts lor $11 Hotels 25 cents
per gallon.
THOS. LEWIS.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Land  District.
District ul  West Kootenay.
Take notice that lidith G. MeVity,
ol ItcvetKtoke, B.C., occupation married  woman,   intends 40  apply       for
pei iiiiMwi'in tu purchase the   following
described land.
Commencing in it post planted ou
the eaBt bank ol the t 'olumbia river
80 chains north Irom thc North West
Oorner "I Lot Moia, Group one, Ko-
obenny District, und marked "Kilith
<i. McVity's .South West Corner
l'ost," thence eust 40 chains, theuce
nurth 80 chains, theuce west 40
nmre or less to the east bank of the
t'olumbiu river; theme south along
the east bank ol the Columbia river
8U (haius more orless to the point
of commencement, containing 320
acres more or less.
I     Dated May  16th, 1911.
EDITH O. McVITY.
I'er  Charles  Robbins,    Agent.
'■(induct, tl liv the -foffllll Kai her« na a
imnnllnK mi'l iluy MhOOl, ''liliirn ill>on iti
Inhtles yenr. with n wall known reoord of
•.triMiy iii-i'i/i-ii nnd wuecflM. In li« present
itate of development, wild li« complete
■liilTnf nonipi'tent nrnfi'*"*wir" *nil ltd up t.i
*l.in »-t|til|tm«nt, ll direr* lotlay lhn liei.1
..I.i. nil..m„] r,K nitln of nny m-i it itmu In
thr northwo*t Ktlll <■ illedlnti' Miih ncoool
nnil I'Ommerf.ldl oonfieii nlnn prepaiatori
rlepnrlnient. lor yoiinner "hirinnU l,m,t
ynnr'* rnrnlmrnt *Mfl Full lerm openn on
SniM. rt. lllll CtlalOffUa on npiillintlnn.
AndreM Prnnldnnl, llon/,»gii t'ollege. Spo-
lulu- Wiehi Jlj ij
TKNDKRB WANTED.
Tenders will l>e received up to July
irth, 1911, for the erection of a eta-
tion at Tuft, B. C, for Canadian
Pacific Hallway Company. Plane and
specifications can be had at office
of the undersigned.
M  . K. McQUARRIE,
Resident. Engineer.
I   Hevelitoke, July b, l'Jll. t.dl
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvement.
Wakefield, Helen, Colorado, Del
Norte, Del Rey, San Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division
of West Kootenay District. Where
located:—on Mohawk Creek.
Take Notice tbat I, A. H. Green,
acting a" agent for Juhu H. Heory,
Special Free Miner's Certilicate . No.
Min, intend, si ity days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of tke above claims.
And further take notice that actiol
under section 37, must be commencefl
hefore the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.
D., 1:110.
A. H. GREEN.
NOTICE.
Revelatoke Land District
District of West Kootenay
TAKE NOTICK that I, Samuel W.
Kalstonof Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation Photographer, intends to apply
lur permission to purclia.se the following
described lands :■—
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the southwest comer of Lot H14S,
thence north HO chains; west 40 ciiains;
south SO chains, east 4u chains to point
of commencement and containing .120
acre mote or less.
SAMUEL W, RALSTON.
James Fisber Agcijt.
Dated June Ub, 1911.
/ WEDNESDAY,   JULY  19,  1911.
THUE  nyC^IL-HEI^-A.ILiZ), EEVELSTOB33
WEDNESDAY,   JULY   19,   19ll.
.sszaesattHmK
Mail or Telephone your
orders. Have our Traveller
call. Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
SLAUGHTER SALE
OF SLATER SHOES
This is open season for the stamped
price Slater Shoe. The manufacturers
have given us permission to cut the price
of certain lines of Slater Shoes, but this
permission extends for only two weeks
commencing on the 15th of this month.
' Tlir.  ScAL  09   tF.UTAlNTV
Certain lines which are almost sold out,
odd sizes and Oxfords make up the lot.
Patent leather, vici-kid, and box calf are
all here on the table. Call and see them
or take a look at our McKenzie ave. window
Regular $6. 6.50 and $7 Shoes for $4.25
$5 and 5,50 Shoes for  -    3.65
$4.50 Shoes for
3.35
COOL HATS
Our Straw and Linen Hats are so
cheap that you cannot afford to be without
one. We must clear them out this month
and right now you need them.
■13.00, $3 50 and 14.00 hats now $1.50
$2.00, 2.50 and 2.75 hats now $1.00
76c, $1.00, and $1.75 hats now 50c.
Children's hats all kinds now 65c.
Iron Beds
Four neat lines of Iron Hedg, white
enamel, brass trimmings, diagonal
copper wire and woven wire springs
to fit all beds. Health brand mattresses, the best medium and low
price mattress on the market.
re bargains
Size 9xin, regular $4.00,   now $2.50
•'   9x9 "      $2.50     "   11.65
"   3x9 "        85c.      "      50c
Special in Bath Nats
Yamaska  washable   bath   mats,
dainty   colors   in   blue   and   white,
green and white,  pink and white,
red and white.
Size 18x3<>, regular $1.75, now $1.25
*•* 27x54 " $3.25 " $2 50
These are positively the best Bath
Mats on the market.
Spool Cotton
3 spools 10c.   1 dozen 40c.
Boys' Suit Bargains
We are over-stocked and must, clear
these suits out before the new ones arrive*
A line of swell Tweeds and Worsteds ; two
and three piece suits, both single and
double breasted. All have straight knickers. Sizes 20 to 33. Just the thing to
save the boy's good suit during vacation.
While Ihey last $2.85
Men's Suit Sale
We still have a number of lonesome
suits to dispose of at cut prices. No old
ones, no shop-worn goods. Every suit
tailored to the minute and made from the
very best of imported goods. All bear
the famous 20th Century Brand label.
They are odd ones, no two alike: and we
can't afford to keep odd suits on our shelves
High Class Snappy Ones at $20 each
Medium Priced Suits at $15.00 each
BOYS' COTTON WASH SUITS
Dainty dressy little affairs for the
wee boys, 2 to 5 years. Yoy .will like this
lot.   Step in and look them over at
$1.25 to $3.50
Get It at Hume's
A choice assortment of Nairn's
Cork Carpets and Inlaid Linoleums,
the best goods procurable. Fine floral and black designs, for dining room
and kitchen.
Printed Linoleums in pretty floral
patterns, suitable for upstairs, halls
and bedrooms, in blues, French greys
fawns and reds.
Pro Brossels Rugs
In order to introduce this splendid
new Bedroom rug we are offering a
limited number at the following prices
Size 21x8yds. Keg. -ll] 50 now 110.00
" 3x3yds. " $1100 " $12-00
" 8x84yds " 116.00 " $1425
These squares all come in Brussels
patterns, colors greens, old rose, reds
and French greys. A rug that will
stand good hard wear.
Veribrite Yenoil
The magic furniture polish. The
easiest used and most satisfactory
furniture polish on the market.
50c. a bottle, op 3 for $128
FRIDAY BARGAINS
Here are some special little ripples
in the steady How of good values
for Our Friday Bargain Sale.
Wash Goods
A mixed lot of muslin and colored wash goods, ginghams, etc.. all
one price on Friday at
10c. per yard
Towelling
100 yards of heavy Russian Crash
Towelling, 1(5 inches wide, pure linen
10c. per yard
Bargain Dresses
A nice lot of bargain dresses, a
good selection * of sizes, all good
washers and worth double the price,
selling Friday at
$3.90
Shirt Waists and Blouses
A big clearing of Shirt Waists
and Blouses, all grouped on one table
worth up to $3, for eaeh
$1.00
Preserving Fruit
Fruit will be scarce this season and
it will pay you to put in a stock at your
earliest convenience. Strawberries are
now on the market and the other fruits
will be here in a few days. Leave your
orders early and insure delivery.
Fruit Jars
This is the season of the year when
you need new Fruit .lars. If you will
lot us show you the good qualities of
the CROWN FRUIT JAR you will understand why it has won such distinction amongst the public. The best can't
be beaten and the CROWN JAR is par
excellence the finest on the market.
Get Your Preserving
Fruits at Hume's
AWNING SCREENS
Enjoy yourselves at home put an
awning screen on the Verandah and convert it into a Summer Room. You don't
know how much real comfort you will
have out of your verandah until you have
protected it from the heat. Let us figure
this with you-    The awning stripe is only
35c. per yard
COUCH HAMMOCK
A strong, durable, Couch Hammock,
the acme of style, comfort and strong
wear. Steel spring, oak frame, can be
let down and stretched out as a hammock
$8.75
CORSET COVERS
Need a couple of Corset Covers? A
new lot of plain and fancy tight fitting
ones- Some with dainty embroidery,
others with dainty lace trim. A lot this
week at a special price
50 cents
UNDERVESTS
Misses' and Children's cool, cotton
Summer Undervests, with or without
short sleeves. Spring needle knit, pure
white
20c. each, or 3 for 50c,
Hot Weather Groceries
This is the season of the year when
appetites need coaxing and when the
housewife finds herself in a quanadry
as to what she will serve in order to
please the palates of those for whom
she supplies foods. Let us suggest a
few things for you:—Corn Flakes,
Shredded Wheat and Grape Nuts for
breakfast. Picnic brawn, Lamb'sTongue
in glass jars, Sardines, Sockeye Salmon.
Herring in Tomato Sauce, Lobsters in
»lb. and lib. cans. Watermelon. Cante-
loup, Bananas, Oranges, and all kinds
sf Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Corn Starch
When you are making Pancakes,
you can make them lighter and much
more tasty if you use Corn Starch in
your flour, Try this and be convinced
of the very delicious taste. You will
appreciate the suggestion — Benson's
and Canada Corn Starch in Mb. packages
Humes for Good Groceries
■MM WEDNESDAY,   JULY  19,  1911.
THE  MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  JULY  19, 1911.
REID cs, YOUNG
Tho cootrart   lor  tlm  erection      ol
Un*  McKlnnun  hlock  hnn  ! e.en  lol  tn
Hhaw.
HAVE MS 10ST1
M,M uucm ,r     i»r iwo daueta ^m Trades in VaficGiivcr Go
era,  Miss A(?iioh ami Mil •  Wthel, lo" 3 ,,,,,,
Back to Work
tins week  i.n u  visil   to  Iriemla      at
Golden
Mrs. .1    .1. tt II mil I** i      Sunday
iimnnm: last i 11 a cisil   I n Iter dalle!)
ter,  Mrs. II.  It.  Sin oi.  Koi k      Sid
inc. lor the Ivenoltl  ol her health.
Mrs. W. Wlckona, ol Vancouver, nr-
I i it .-.I  ni  the Mii 5   *,, -i.*i*.l,iv   morning
ii a visil   to Iimi   mother  Mrs.  Dent.
Mrs.  WickonH was accompanied      hy
MIsh Uoilfrey, also ol Vancouver, who
will spend u lev *l iys hero.
BUSH FIRES III YALE
Viini *.mi,  ll.  i'.,  July   Ui-  Will
i ho marhle workers, stone cul ters aw
plasterers hroken Irom the Btriko con
i motors aro lining up their lorco i to
rush ni'i'rat urns this week on struct
hits mi which construction hns lie *n
delayed, Tho marhle workers union
has i MsiMji. ,1 [r   ii*** hiiilding trades
COllnCll,        TllO   |>l.isii*l .1'     .'".'•.■llliZllHi'll
has also resigned Irom that organism
tion and  il   is reported,  though    nol
i-. 111 iin nr.!  ihai  the shun' cutters and
rani i o cul I ers have eil her already re
:.i..li*.|    ()|     Will    llO       O.
The •■.inii.* ml tei s' iiiii,iii has enter
I  inin an agreement with  McDonald
Ciq Limits Are in Ganger arid ; ^«°*> >»:>-- >.■..■
j 3 , iim  itiiis ,a lhc city, thai for     lh*'
k\\ Are Busy Fighting
THE CITY IN BRIEF
■i^ii'jmisiaiBi'H'jsaxitwmxammKtt^^^
Mr.  tt'. M. Lawrence is spcndini   al
.,*....-  ... i ,m.mi y "ii business.        !
.-I*** the Lilliputian Opera Co. at
ihe lidison theatre tonight and to
morrow  night.
Mi. C. F. Lindmark Left on Batu)
. ..   night  on ■■■  bus a       trip to K i
*   *:..
I :.* ■ i: ol tin lason at thi
E .. !. theatre tonight an.l tomorrow
night   thi   Lilliputian Opera Oo.
Jutiu T. Begbie, a Scotchman      28
yeai.- * ; age,     .\ is    drown-ed Ln ilu*
Semia *    i Ivei at Ohilliwack.
Huu. Thos. T lylol,     Mtnisti i      ol
lie Works at  t ictoria,     spent   »
euuide ol Jays in the city thia woek
See "      inlj  .* n ,.* i..*...i  pii i	
-.:,• ■ nation ol liing George V al
the !■'.:.-■•:. theatre on Friday ana
F nighl next,
Mr. i* il. s.iic, manngei ol the Do
minion sawmills, lad., let! yesterday
: : \: : OW ■ al ana Nolson tu illBpeel
tbe mills *■: the company,
ntal regi ttn ol the i\elowna
Aquatic Assqciution will In* held in
ihai     • . .. ■      •.. ,  aiid Thurs
day,   '•* ., * i   ith .-ii-i  li ii,.
K.  V.   I rawlord     bus     seemed tin
■ ■..     *  i  tin   ;*.,.a.   ..    ul thc li. «
Horn lolic hall,  which  ..-  being
tlcKenzie avenue.
..   ■      Inll oi
prai * r tbe 13 ys' Bi..
:■ >   Scouts  this evening on ui
a  . * nii   to  Uheri  *
.Next Krida     i . I Sal urdaj      n ghts
tbe onl j       • pictui        I      the
L'oronal King    Ueorge \ .    tt.ll
ted at     *       I     in theatre,
Ch is.   ■ roc ini, r, wii    I •  i
* *     i      ..-    home
r t he * Iti
.• ■    '■:. .: .'.u on a uew  n ci uit
■ ami.
WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Win suffer with lhe Ileal durinjj tlie warm weather
ii"iu:; yuiti own hal injj when we will ilelhcr tu you
even ilai i resli Ureail, t al ■ ■■ ami I'listh ol ''1 kiwis
and as quality i our iiiotlo, we (eel sun n Irial
order will 1110.111 .1 lead\ customer,
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES arriving daily, l-'resli
Lettuce, C'ucumheis, romatoes, dreeii Onions,
Strawberries, *■ herrirs, t'ocnanuih, i'ineapples,
() ranges, I .enunis, I '■■ ape l:ni ' I 1 mas, \ ■ \i g
buy these in small quantities you will always find
tlu-in fresh md ■.:< md. ■
A.  HOBSON,       Baker and G occr.
lt acxxtc^A. i j t*nu. .* *r. .: T&tt£tiMt*z:.i«zj!Kz UMaHBHh
Ni".v     Westminster,    duly   17.      '..
cording to a in.* m.imm received     h?ro
Into lasi   night,  bj    crown      timber
nt tt uliusley,  i hi i *■  is n     se a
bush llro raging *    ii ,'e mill •■ easl
if •> ale. Unless stringent steps ran ho
liiadi'   the   lin*  in ij   in\ ol .c   Imn*  hnn
irisl inllllun i.ii  ol timber.    Already
cveral  acres ol   i iml er  have      hen
urn oil ovor and  with overy  prospect
if spreading.   The  limits    threatened
xtend Irom Sawmill  Creek  to Bpuz-
isuni. Tho timber agent hns hurried a
umlior nf nn n  to I lio scene and    all
i bo ii ..i.I.■ i' le lire wai dens in thai di*
i ni i   aro  working  towards    tlie    bin
.., ...*i> ol one year Irom dabo ol II
iiTMMin, ni. which was mudo during
: i * . !< i*i i clow il, Its members will
nut *;i> mil iiii any sympathcl Ic strike
The marble workers' union lias made
ll   similar  :•;■! 0 in. nl   With   the   Uritish
Columbia Supply Co.     In  meet I on
vith I he sl rlke in \ ancouver the
hoard ol trade has wired the Toron
to Wm Id i roplj in tho m*..* i libel
mi \ nncuut er in t im I journal which
sn I.l the city's boom hnd hurst and
thai 15,0011 ulii' ini'ii ami*,' walking the
streets. The board replies thai there
in e iimvi'i more than 3,000 on strike.
Mm! in.i-i have returnoil to work and
tlml the city was nevor more pros
perous.
'8-M ./\!T»      I
essities for Hot Weattiei
arm duys make everyone feel the uecessil ol raol
garments, and wt are prepared to supply even need ol
tlu .r.<>n. As the thermometer has risen our priivs
havi i.ilU'ii, and we arc inaHnji very close prlci ■ on
summer j^dods ol all kinds, All our goods are marked in
plain llgures, ami yn\\ can sec foi yourself thai the reductions are genuine,
Canvas Shoes
Canvas   Siloes   llllll  I'lDlip ■  for
Imlies, •!.. *    ! l-l to 7,   n»w »»1*5
i. ,ii nei  pair.
II in
Embroidery
lie iiiiiiiii I'm *,i i Cu\ er Km
broiili 11. ilmiit \ *-ti i11, , deep em-
broiilert.      Kegulnr ' "'   , "nw *|Hr.
11.iim i ih signs on cross bar
Iiim n, u* .'ul n I5i\, now 30c. llooil
siiappiin.', (or Corsul I overs, 15c.
per yaril.
Nice Slock of Parasols
V..n i 'II hi" lotsul wi.nliM. yel i" ""''l nl"' !'•"•''"'■   VVr
hll,      ,   splendid   assortment    »l    nil   »«»«»«   »»''   ''"1"'"'
, wc are selling ul at..* :*u*.d reiluction.
cTVlcLdnnan C& Co.
-,»r       **~.'n
FOR   SALE
'.'.ii acres first dnss land close to city, suitable
for either fruit or mixed farming. Will sell in
lots from 5 acres up, $85 an acre. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
■   i   tu tbe city    over
Tta  Lilliputian Opera  Co.  wi1!  to-     Mr. Montague ol   1
■ plaj  „SunToj    ,„„, :,„„„„■   orlj orB«ni8tol tl. ■ a,*i .. .-.list cun-l.
„ .,,    ■ i...u,i...   . .       This companj   I
„,  yonngBtera la conceded to be    i'f   Sunday.
,,,,*,   besl   on  tbe road  today.        He
nerved seal  plan al   da	
* ini i*
fa..  Wood ' Per cord
I'.ii.h.   uili tberwii       rrun    il.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ i
Mr. \.  ii.  ImimI., uuperinti n.l.*. i ,. .      |.,
I lie   |)OWI I    I'liu, ,   «   ,.      |.  :	
eel i .'*.'!     .i i'.i   .mi   i epai) M
t ii.- old ol
Hi,* middle **'.  uexl   nioncb    .1     U
lias a ***
lay nm
An otltlii ei ll   ii i ed  wesl   of  Uike
i i'.|iii'. nun and  "****   *ni\   Biiljduoil aftei  several  hours nl   :ii"liin..*    by  tlie
an'ii in  the camps Burrouiiiling      the
lake.   Tho Past   live days ol boi ivia-
ili.'i  have     been     the cause ol much
.mm   i .*,  to i bo lii m wardens, as owi*n*E
i the dryness of the i'ui*'.-is a tire is
alile      in   break   oul   at   any   time.
Once the lire assumes any proportion
it all iin' chances of getting it under
■iintinl are small.      So far there tins
nol   been any  largo  outbreaks in  the
vicinity ol this eity.
THOSE DREADED MQSQUlTflE8
Playing Havoc With Autoists aad
Hay Makers
New Westminster, July 17. Hay
i: 1.11* a* in i'.i. i'i user Valley is now
n full sv.-in.*. The crop round Mis-
si, n Is stnl i I** m one i i the besl
•.ei* cut. \ plague "i r11■ -,ii toes is
; he   nly ilrnM bai k at pi       il
ckin *   much       irnpi ■ <- *
iI.i- ugl    i in*  Bame  ■ niisc.        Sinn.leu;
,;,     i.      ug  iu   Mission  every  doeen
treet, wh I.  in l'i *
,,*.*i   it ;        pails      nre
ill con       cuisly. Two
.... td, blis
.  to such  an    exit it        mm I   v      were
■       ,      : ,. hi
. atzii    de
.  In   has seen
Quite n large number let! tins
morning mi the union irtcnic to Al
li-'it Canyon. Threo Bpeclal car*;
w *i* * provided by the C.P.R. for thi
occasion, i
Oitfiiiess Locals
sxse&'TiiissmmeiBwssiisiia^: .■&3K^zwiEB!SBm?.:t8SBmmmi
sye iQit liorses
■•'.Iiiii ic irons jusi an ive i. (lot tii ■
■ Nal lonal," t be i nly iron i r. tho
market     Ij wrence  11  rdwaie Co.
Man tt i*. ,'.*. rli it h rvey oi
cruising partj >i ^oul I cl 'an Inn I
hy il iy or conl ract. Thr e > car
MNpei imih* * i.ii surveys u Kool en y
two y.'.-ii*.*■ clearing land lor big r* al
ty Arms. Address Oriental hotel,
\ Ivortiser.
Have j 'in 'nui hi your winter's
Ripply of coal yet. Now iM the time
t i gel ii .a as there Is going to be
big ahortagc this coming winter.
We li.i ve at hand Bankhead hard
B ove si.m. briquettes aad Wellington
silt coal.- Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
,i  house.
\       M *   '
1'nkaii. \ ! *
when  Mi t    ■*
mai riage I ■  xu ~
r...
'
■   Ioi    il,
.     t  Troul Like   (mm
■
■
■
*
...•■• I and   *
rial        ■ ■'        i.n ■
The Imperial Hank <X
1    I
.   on  ■: ■   ■:..: ;
•
Mo •    Baxtei     if the
:.
i.. mths in I
rtdge,
..     I'ImII
.1 . ;.     'i he    an*
,    ..... ,,f
m       l: 11. r
.:i.i for
I
.*.:  ...
*    mil' in-
:.: .
voy-
Canada
■ *
prince
n •
','■:■ ■      '   i .
■  •     ••
*.
v.^-' -   ' -•' ►>
'•'i..'""'*' .:."-'
CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF REVELSTOKE
Tenders Wanted
Sealed  Tendi rs  addrcssi 1    to    the
ne 1   w i.l   be  received  at    tlie
'   * *   Hi II,  RevelBtoke, B,  ('., up    to
'** i us!   Isl    1911,  tor tlie  material and construction ol a six  foot
pipe line at  the City Power Wi rks.
(Mans and specificat ions on view  at
the Oflloe of the Oity Olerk.
i i   nr     any    tender      not
*, icessarily accepted.
BRUCE   A.   LAWSON,
Oity Clerk.
I'r, vernier is dear and so is lior.se flesh, Iml lighl runninR
wagons ui'il buggies ui • c icap.
I'lie evolution nl Un faun ml Unml Vi hides bus ki pi puce
with modern science ami now ive ure oliering
Ail Spring-Steel Wagons
filled' H with perfect roller-W'annj* running hi ii \\\ I is cheap ns
the ohl-tashiotied wooilen framed wu^uii. The> run H^hlei und
easier and wear longer.
Tli<»se who purchased ihem ari   oui   most   satisfied   customers.
You tloif 1 have to take oft  tin   wheels lo  prease  them; they are
dust proof caps and enrrj  n  much heavier load lhaii  llie ordinary
wagon.
A lull supply uf buggies "I the newest makes  also garden  and
faun implements, ask us about ihem.
First Street, West, - Opposite Po.t Office
how About I New iii
1        I1
11t £*    X
I .,1   Ret *
I:
i    ■ ■'
or    1
'■■•    "   * I
•   r. ..
**■    '
'■
'   '    '
.'
■
■
■
r
- .■ »«f^'
BEWS'   DRUG   STORE
Fresh Haida Chocolates
Tutti F'rutti
Bittersweet
Vanilla.  Etc.
75 Cts. per lb.
Fresh Turkish Delight
40c. per lb.
Lan/u Bottle. Raspberry
Vinegar—50c. Each
Take a Kodak With You
i in f.nr SuinMiel «calinn,
\ lull   io * *   ,,;""1
\Bk lor a 1911 catalogue.
Kodak iiim*** '■'"■■■ Vl ; i '
i ,rei n Paper,
RAJAH LINEN NOTE PAPER
AND   EN\
Our Pound of I'liu f  and
75 Envelopes l>ir
75c.
BEWS'  imVXi  STORE      j
*.    rBD   General    Blacksmith,      at
,,„,,.     \ppiy Palace Livery Stahles
TWO NIGHTS
Wednesday- Thursday
"**-. ,
uiy
fin
(im Spring Sa nples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats jusi arrived.
We guarantee a perfect lit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair ;.:.d honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit- il. form Clothing - Foot-File Shoe
! ii.l il'l iIAN Oh RA00 I
■
n * i
30   (Ml IMN    M I   Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
* *.  i
Barry with the Royal
Lilliputian Opera Co.
Reserved Seats,    $l
Admission,   ■    75c.
if a dona Id's
i I.   ySi   ,,*. /
Quality Jtt/le and price
»m*' '$:. When li "Hues to snappy clothes for
v^>': :'ti you ii e; hum., ','e're here with tlie goods.
\\".' hnve 'i hi.if riinire ut lirowus, e.'niys
and olives, the proper colors and styles
For this season. There are many new
fabrics.
Ln ili" tailoring ihero are n any new
.'eatures; coats shaped to fit thu figure,
not quite so long; trousers no) quite so
generous, but jusi righl to hr graceful.
prices, .-   $15 io $£G.QQ
Mc^ae Mercantile Co.. &td.
. .   .   ■ *  . lil^WVK'WW
J
,    Kiveii for Sanitary work, Kleclric LiRlitinp, Hoi
,'ati .      ti 'in IL.nia*.: ami all kinds oi   Sheet   M.lal
'
i    lis, I ivatorien, Wati r Closets, etc,
I'roinpl atti iiiinii rivi ii to all ordep.
See Show Room Next Week on Connaught Ave
*   No, • ■ " |;'"v
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