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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol 16-No. 62
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 10, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
TWO BITS
What Can 25 Cents Buy ?
Well Here Are a Few Things
That We Are Selling
For That Price
A Safety Razor, Shaving Cream,
Shaving Brush, Nail Hammer, Plane,
Screw Driver, Hatchet, Pocket Knives
Butcher Knives, Bread Knives, Preserve Kettles, Enamelled Saucepans, Pudding Pans, Wash Basins,
Trays, Sink Strainers, Cash Boxes,
Lunch Boxes, Spirit Stoves and Kettle, Wire Dish Covers, Mirrors,
Fancy Vases, Nut Cracks, Knife
Sharpeners, a great variety of Padlocks.
Something You Need
Every Day
INVEST A DOLLAR AND GET 2 DOLLARS WORTH
See Our  Big Window
for BIG BARGAINS
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfieo -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed             - 5.575,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5,330,000.00
Reserve        .... 5,530,000.00
Brunches or Agents al all principal pcintH in'Canada.
Agents in Great Hritain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seat tie National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Beposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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NOM   IS   THE   TIME
When you appreciate beintr able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGGS AND FISH
where you know they arc kept cool and
at the riRht temperature. Our meals are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage Plant enables
us to turn them over in Prime Condition.
P.    BURNS   &   CO.
Limited.
Summer Goods
AT COST
Mrs. A. G. Crick
TWO DOORS BAST OF BD1SON THEATRE
CITY COUNCIL
Proposal to Take up Overdraft by
Means of Debentures
A fully attended meeting of the City
Council was lieltl last niglit.
PLUMBING   INBPECl'OIl,
The matter of the necessity of appointing a plumbing inspector wns
ngain urged by Aid, MoKlnnon, and
the council were all in favor of tlie
proposition   mude  by VV, Rewoaetle,
that he lio paid a salary ol ifiit) 11
month as plumbing inspector, $1 tor
each inspection ol Bcwernge connection and a charge of $1 Si) inspection
feo for every new house plumbing,
this (ee to go to tho city. The arrangement will he adopted and Mr. Rew-
ensile nppointed to work under the
Public Health Committee
POWER HOUSE TENDERS
Aid. Cowan took exception to the
way Mr. Ilowr.ess had been discredited
b» tl e tho council and by the press.
He had done his best and worked
lmrd tor the city's interests. He
(Cnwan) didn't think that Mr. Dew
uess wou d be w-antcd at the 1 ist
meeting.
11 Ounniagbman Morris as a ratepayer, bad leive to Fpeak by the mny-
ir, nnd askid why Mr. Cowan didn'i
nti the Council tint Mr lliwness win*
ready to meet tbe council last Friday
the council didn't know he was wait
ing that night and natura ly thoughl
lie wasn't g'iiig to show tip »t all ane1
ti-cuss the tenders.
Aid. MeKinnon Eaiil that the powei
hnu-e plans should have come up before the council tu-foi e leing leideret!
upon. The council didn't know and
the tei.derers claim they didn't know
that the specitieatious called Ior s
mirked cinque.
A  LITTLE  FRICTION
Mr. B wness said that he w.is al
ways ready to meet the Council. 1
was not bis business to be foreman oi
ihe woik aud be (litre the whole lime,
He waB the consulting engineer foi
Smith, Keary & Chase. It was nol
'air for the Council to try and dis-
retlit him Ior what was lot his woik
I'lie work was going along well antl
-atislactorily.
Aid. Trimble stated that some ol
:be aldermen bad tried to criticiz
'he work, although they did no
know auything about it. Mr. Cowan
vvas a hard working nmn and nt
alderiniin has a riglit to make statements n tl.'cting d scredit on the work
Aid. Abrahamson -Mr. Bownes-
should have attended the meeting o1
the Council last Fiiday; the tendei
ihould not have bten c.illtd belore tin
Council saw the plans.
Aid. MeKinnon—Did the specifica
tion of the tender call lor a marked
chuiue.
Mr. Ilowness - Yts, ol 10 percent.
The Mayor—It is unfortunate that
there has bten a misunderstanding
over this. The tenderers all claim
they didn't know whnt amount ol
cheque, if any, lo put in.
Alter a brief adj( urn ment the Fire,
Witer and Light Committee reported
that Ihey were prepaied to accept the
recommendation ol Smith, Keary-A-
Chase and accept E. C. Fromey't
tender which was the lowest. A resolution was passed endorsing this.
TAX   RATI
Aid. Bews submitted a very clear
statement of the estimates Ior the year
saying that tht large bank overdraft,
the smallpox ex| enses, tank lite, etc ,
were the chiel causes oi the high rale
whicli could not be less than IIS mills.
The water and light at present hail no
chance to give any revenue on the new
expenditure. It would be a dillicult
and serious niatlt-r to ask the people
to pay ii'i mills with the iucicasid
assessment. Expenses fur the jear
had Leeu high, but a 85 mill rate ol
taxation would make a complete clean
up ol the year's business, although
even tint would not pay cIV the
arrears in overdraft. He advised tbe
Council to provide for them by sellii g
debentures and extend it over a long
period.
Aid. Bews then explained the situation, BUggesttd tloaliug a liy-law Ior say
$aU,UO0 to pay t IV all the arreatB and
reduce the lax rate lo 2S mills. The
council as a whole favored tbe proposal, feeling assured lhat the bylaw
would carry.
The Mayor said that although the
council was later this year with the
tax rate than tbey anticipated, yet it
was the earliest ol any previous council. Tbe arranging Ior the bylaw
would only lake a little time.
Aid, MeKinnon—Tbe bank should
nut allow any overdraft Ior it is really
illegal.
It was finally decitb'd to pul, a bylaw belore the people for $50,000 to
pay t IV tbe accumulated overdraft and
every endeavor he made to prevent
nny further overdraft' in the future.
Farewell to E M, Cook.
A large number of citizens attended
at the Y. M. O. A. on Monday night
to bid fare .veil to one of our most conscientious and painstaking citizens in
the person of E. M. Cook, who baa for
ninny years filial th position of secretary to the local Railroad Y.M.C.A.
willi every satisfaction antl success.
During  his residence in the oity Mr,
Conk has made a large circle ol friends
and has been a faithful  and   untiring
worker   Ior   the   association   and  ils
progress.    Under   Mr. Conk's care the
institution has grown  mil   11 irished,
uul today is perhaps the lirst among
the many  like associations in Camilla
or even the United Stales, it is largely
ilue to   Mr. Cook that the public have
taken the interest in the work  in   the
way Ihey have, and our  local associa.
'ion today is a memorial to what citi*
/.ens, bro.d minded and having the in
terests ol the ciiy at i eart, can ticcom-
plieh.    Mr. Conk will be much iiiiBBfd
iu Revelstoke, and it is only  his  [ailing bealtfi bus con p Iled him to leave
us.   Ou Monday night R. Howson, Y.
\I. C. A. president, tot k the chair, and
dioit* addresses, txpreet-ing apprecia
cicin ol Mr. Cook's gotnl work and service were mude by R Gordon, llev. M.
tl.   Melvin   and   E. Cameron,   J. II
Lyons,  on  behalf of the citizens, pre
seined Mr. Cook wiih a pirne ol $-11)0
in  go'd  as a parting gilt, who replied
in .-tr.iiili',1   terms,   thanking   ail   foi
their support to him.    At the close ol
the   evening   the   old parting hymn
'God   Be   With   You   Till We Meel
Again,"     wan   sung.     IMreshmentf
brought the nlViir to a close.
TAX RATE STRUCK
Twenty-five Mills if a $50,000
By-law is Carried
The City Council have .'stab'.ished a
urcctdent this   year  hy   striking  tht
■i.x rate early, although  not as  earlj
is Ihey had boptd. The large ex
•,i-ntlituro this jear, interest and
'inking   fund,   smallpox,    etc,     has
taused the rale to be high and a rate
if 3S mills was found lo covtr everything The Council felt they couldn't
'ace the rkiblic willi 35 mills ana a
large asseesireet bo it was decided to
,mt a bylaw belore the people Ior
$.il),0U0 on a SO-jear debentures to pay
.11 the accumulated overdraft of $IS-
000. They can take 10 mills out ol
this to help pay t IV the indebtedness,
leaving 25 mills ola tux rate to In
paid by property owners. In the
event ol the by law uot carrying tlu
rate will be 35 mills ai d still the
large overdralt io pay iff, which being
illegal, the bank may call it up at any
time. It is therefore better to pass
the by-law, nuking the payment
extend over U) years and so relieve
the high tax this year, which seemed
inevitable. Moreover il the by-law
curries it will wipe i IV all arears of
debl and ltiue tn hand all arears ol
taxes amounting to over $.r>,000 and
the balance due on  water and light
ccouiitB lo the extent of ov r
i|i7,000. From lbe proceeds of the
by-law als i the present Council can
deduct $10,000 to reduce the current
tax rate, leaving a balance over Ior the
next Council ThiB will leave the
tax rale this year In stand at 25 mills.
The deficit ol $-18,105! 28 to be paid off
is caused by temp, lians, amounting
to $28,745 46; Bank overdralt, $31,
332'27; sundry amounts, $8,564 76;
making a total of 106,882.40; lesscasb
mi hand $18,580 23.   This proposition
.|'pe in* to be the oul, way ont ot tht
dilliculty this year and will relieve
the ratepayer of excesBive taxation.
Narrow Escape
SIR WILFRID HERE MONDAY
City will put on Holiday Attire
to Greet the Premier
A meeting of the comniittco in
charge ol the arrangements lor the
visit of Sir Wilfrid Laurier to the
city, was held on Monday evening
with Mayor Hamilton in the chair.
Tlie final details in connection with
the Premier's visit were gone into
very thoroughly. (I. S. MeCarter, J,
Y. McLennan and .1. M. Keliie were
added to the Reception  Committee.
It is proposed to decorate the city
ns much as possible by moans of Hags
and bunting, and cite lie lights. An
arch will be erecled nt the north end
of McKei zie Avenue, and it is hoped
that the citizens will give their hearty
co-operation and put forih a special
effort to give tho cily as gala an
appearance as possible. An effort is
also being made to have tho band in
attendance at the opera house to assist
Sin Wilfrid Laurier. G.C.M.G., P.C.
Premier ok Canada
in   extending to Sir Wilfrid a right
r lyal welcome.
Ilis expected thnt there will be a
arge nunib.r o!_ visitors Irom tin
•owns and settlement**, in the vicinity
I Revelsuke, present on this occa
-ion, and arrangements have beci
.nude with the CPU. for a specia1
rate o'er all lines Ior those de
•irous ol attending the reception Irom
out Bide points,
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and party con-
-isting of Hon. (loorge P. Grahniii.
Minister of Railways; Hon, Win. Tern-
pitman, E M. Macdonald, M.P., F. F
Pardee, M P., Senator Gibson, and
Senator Bostuck, will arrive in Revel
stoke by special train on Monda>
next, August 15lb, at 7 o'clock in thi
evening, They will be met at tht
depot by the reception coinniitlu
c nn posed if Mayor Hamilton, W. M.
Lawrence, A. McRae, G. S. McCnrttr,
J. M. Keliie, W. H Pratt and J. P
McLennan, aud escorted direct to tbi
Opera House,
li ij tlie wiBh ol ihe committee lhat
the public assemble at the Opera
House iu readiness for tbe arrival ol
the Premier Irom the depot, so that tin
programme arranged may be carritd
out aa expeditiously as possible, as the
stay of the party in Kevelstoke is
very limited.
On anival at the Opera House Sir
Wilfrid will be presented with an
address ol wqlcome which will be lead
by Mayor Hamilton. This will bt
followed by a short address Irom tin
Premiir. Should time permit briel
addresses will also likely be made b)
Hon. George P. Graham, Minister of
Railways, and one or two others of the
party. In this connection it might
ba Blated that a Btrong effort is being
made to have the stay ol these iliii-
tinguishid gentlemen in Revelstoke
lengthened as much bb possible. A
short lime will also be devoted to in
traductions before the party leavo lot
Vancouver.
A final meeting nl the Committee
will be held in mortOW evening in the
City Hall at H o'clock, when it is
hoped there will be a lu I attendance,
Sir Wilfrid  Laurier appears to  he
in me the worse alii r the Irani collision
last week. Ail members of the party
are suffering severely Irom sliock
however, but no one was hurl, Sir
Willrid is reported as being slightly
cut by glass,anil Hon. George Graham
had his knee slightly wrenched.
The Laurier special, carrying the
prime minister and his associates, was
wrecked between Belle Plaine and
I'iiim* on Friday night by colliding
with through freight No. 71. Sir Willi id Laurier and his party escaped
injury altogether, save Ior a lew minor
liruiseB not worth mentioning, The
enginemen nil had sullicient lime to
jump belore the impact, and the only
man who required medical attention
was Couduotor Kd. Cook, who has
atvcral broken ribs, besides other
bruises
cles you  Bhould bear
complete assortment.
us
Fishing
Tackle
Summer days awaken
enthusiasm in the Fisherman. If in looking over
your fishing equipment you
find the need of new arti-
in mind  for we carry  a   very
Hunters' and Campers' Supplies, Tents
Pack Straps, Camp Stoves, Axes, Hunting
Knives, Compasses, Rifles, Shotguns, Ammunition, etc.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' PAINTS
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Scientist Drowned
News has been received ol tho proh-
utile denth ol Dr. Charles Hugh Shew,
who in company with two otbi r
i.otanists left here on July 8.h for a
nip round the Hig Bend on a tcii'ii-
tilio expedition. Ur. Shaw, who is
well known here having frequently
passed through on visiis north to
obtain botanical specimens, and hit
companions, reached Kintnisket Lake
salely. It seems tbat he had taken
the other mon ol lho parly in a canoe
across thn lake on July !!0ih, and
leaving them there essayed to return
lo camp. A Btrong wind got up and
it is Blipp ised that the cniitio was
capsizd aud lho occupant drowned
Ior the canoe was found shortly alt r-
wards at the oilier end ol the lake,
bottom up. The two other scientists
reached Donald bringing the news ol
the acuident. The provincial police
at Uevelstoke and Golden have been
notified and Boarch will be made lur
thf missing meu.
Men's Summer Suits
Under the Price Axe
Every Fancv Summer Suit in the Store is
reduced in price. This means more than it
would in siiine places because of the style,
distinctive, and good tailor work on every
suit.
Men wini have always hud iheir clothes custom
made, and who are particular, are the ones
who most appreciate our suits. Por they get
tlie same or better lit and style without any
trouble and a great deal lower price.
$20 Suits at $15   S25 Suits at SI 7.5Q   $25 Snits at $20
$27 Suits at $21   52S Suits at $22.00   $30 Suits at $24
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
Slicing off steak;
Is   our   daily   duty,  also trimming  juicy
roasts,   tender lamb and  corn   fed   pork.
Our   Choice   Meats
selected with skill, sanitary surroundings
and just right prices, should get your trade
Come in. if only to look arountl.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Under New Management
HALCVON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
Witt. Boyd, Proprietor
The    Greatest    Health    Resort    on    lhe    Continent
Natural Mot Water in Baths
Open All the Year.    Natural  Hot   Water
121 Degrees of Heat
Rates from $12.00 to $15.00 Per Week
Ice Cream »* Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
Ol'KN   TILL   MIDNIGHT Tate 9
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THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B* <\
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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, 1910
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BATOBDA>   Al
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Jntctioc ipniuisbino Gompanfi,
Llmltod
Subscription   Rates
including postage to Knglaod, Uuitod StntcH
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Uy ihe year [thro igh postoffloe]
H.ilf
J'JB . U1N riKG promptly executed al reahou-
able ntee.
REBUS-Cash,   SubaonpUo is payable ln ad
vance.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Lega Qotlcekl oonw per line Rnrt Insertion,
pel line Baon gubtiequeut insertion
Measurements Son parte) [l'i Unefl make ono
Store   aud   general buslnona annul;.-  $.'.»'   j*vr   Luob  per  moul.h,
Prefentd portions,   i'»   pur   cent,    ad-
dim 6*1,   liirths  Marriage*   und  1) wu.hu,
ea ti  .n-> riion,
Land   noticed   $7.&U    All lulvcrtl.-oiucuu
lo the approval of the management,
. ind * on tensed Adrorl Isemonta:
a i:,;,4, lu-ip Wanlod, Bltuailona
Situation))    Vacant,    Teachers
W l *■■ ;. Mi   .-.:..■*■- Wantod. i11 words or
U - ■ - ■ . each   additional  lino lu   oenta.
1. bangei In standing advertisements nm.ui
De in by y  a. in.  'luuailay und Friday   ot
at en week io secure good display,
OORKKbPONDENCE Invited  on matters or
public Interest,   (.'omihunictiiiotiii to Kdi-
;<jr   must   be  accompanied   by   name   of
writer, not noooasntUj (o publication, but
a.- evidence of good faith.   CorruHpoudoucc
should be brief.
COAL
Owing to inorease by Bankliead Mines in thf price of coal
commencing September 1st, all customers wishing coal delivered
during the month of August will receive it at the same price as
heretofore. Prices after September 1st and until further notice
are as follows:
Broken furnace $10.25
Egg Coal - $10.25
Stove Coal - $10.25
Nut Coal      - $ 9.00
Briquettes      -      $ 8.25
UEVELSTOKE GENEBAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL   ESTATE,   LIKE,   FIRE   AND   ACCIDENT   INSURANCE
ti
AKVEV, McCAKTEK
AND PINKHAM,
BARRI9TKH8, HOLIC1TOH8, KTC,
AL HANK   HllLIIlNU ltKVKL
BIOKK, It. 0,
Mouej* Io lottu,
Oflloeii: KeveUioke, B 0,    1 ruLbruuk, a, I.
6«0. S. McC'AHTKK
&-  11,   HlNKUAM' J. A.   HAHVKV,
lleveliloke, e'runbrimk
-\yiLLlAM I, UKlliUS
Barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor for:—
The Canadian Bank of Commkrcb,
Thb Molsons Bank, Etc.
FIRST ST.,   ■   KEVELSTOKE, 13,0.
-IJUBEKT SMITH
Provincial Luiiil Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
, Engineering
McKenzie Avenue,
Box 100, Kevelsthkk
C.   W.   O   W.
Mountain  View Camp, No. 220
iMct*'..  Second and  Fourth  Wednobiluyn In
each mouth. .11 H.-lkirk Hull.   Viriiiin   Wood
men cordi&Uy :nvit d to attend,
W. K OSBOBXE,CoD.Com,
JAS. MolSTVKK, Clerk,	
Kootonay Lodge. No. IB, A F. & A. M.
Tlie rpitulttl meet-
Lag**-- are l.ol.l in tlio
M\.-tiMi' TEMPLE, Oddfellows'
Ball, nu tlm third
Monday iu ouch
month at 8 i> in.
Visiting brotlirou
are cordially wol-
cume.
J. T. rOLl.l'* K. klASTEB.
t HAS* J   AMAN. St.. 11KIABV
SELKIRK LODGE 12, 1.0,0. V.
Meets every Thursday I'veniug in Sel-
i.'-  Hall at 8 o'clock
^^^  PVisiliug brelhriu are
cordially invito,! to attend.
B - -   C ABEBBIOOS, N.Q,    *'. MATH IK set
Cold Range Lodge, K. of P.
Ho. 28,   Rovolstoke, B. C.
MKKTS 1.VKBY  WBUNB-IiAY
excej't Third Wcducdiy o
each mi'Utti. !u * ie    'ddtcllmv
Hill     tl     5    O'ClOek.      \ Nipll
Knight*a:-.' cordially invited.
D   A. HeOONALU D. ('.
Q. B. BBOt'K, K. ol R. A S.
T   P.  SMITH, U, of F
Mt-'*-.-   in   I. 0.0. I-'. Hall   next   to
_• -   Open 11   ise, every second
5 in tinmth.
Visiting   brethren    cordially   wel-
■  mi *
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Rec.-Sei. H. W, Edwards
themselves bad, Imt they are uniitly
with paper and other waste refuse
lying about whioh gives tlm appearance of carelessness antl indifference, as if the authorities did
not care whether the city was clean
or not, Wu would again ask the
city council to remedy these matters and not let the public think
that they nre getting nothing for
their money.
All> TO INDUSTRY.
It is interesting to note llmt the
Provincial Government will shortly
establish demonstration orchards
in various parts of the province
which will be of great value to all
fruit growers and horticulttiralists.
It is the intention of the government to place six orchards in the
Kootenay and Arrow Lake districts
and it is. to be hoped that the public will take the interest in Ihem
that this progressive movement on
the part of the provincial authorities well merits. The ultimate success of the scheme largely depi nils
on tbe people! themselves, and the
more enthusiasm displayed the
greater will be the resulting benefits. These orchards should be
strong educative factors in the fruit
growing industry as well as a good
advertisement for lhe fruit growing
capabilities of British Columbia.
Settlers will be able to see orchards
run on sound lines and have practical demonstration of what each
district can do. Such an orchard
in tbis vicinity will be of incalculable benefit to all local fruit growers and will help lo show what our
soil is capable of producing when
treated in a practical and scientific
way.
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WEDNESDAY, AUG.   10, 1910.
t of the ] arty  "f
I It rn ters «b" ar-' making
Columbia prove
a- it ■■-*.■■:- i financial point
of v> v. *.- .- ml ■'• :. it is more
thai. rgi  tmount of
•   nvtBted ii.
-ai  enter] risen   U.i-   year.    It
is I   i ■ that the  induce
ments  : before the visitors
wil . their approeal,  and
are of  a   nature which
bear t be closest investigation
- rutin; an I imprest the capita   with  the   advantage!   "f
invi -uai*-  of money In
this 1*:    ■ .:.  •
II" ; .'-- of the many complaints
t".i;t th<- disgraceful
oi the city streets, the public
■•••■ are taking nei
step*! to remedy the trouble, and
are allowing them to become not
only an eyesore t ■ lidi nts a- wel
as visitors but b It i a serious men
.'.' e lo i •* ..-'- an I tra gem rally.
This condition of things does not
speak well lor the activity <>f tin
public work- committee, nor doi
it do our city any credit, for nevi r
in the pa-t L.ivi the city roads been
in such a deplorable mess as tbey
are now.    Not  only are the streets
FUR  PROTECTION.
The time is now arriving when
Canada will have to take drastic
step*- to protect her wealth of furs
antl conserve what is perhaps one
of ber most valuable resources.
A step in the right direction is
being taken by the wholesale fur
dealers in Western Canada, who
are urging the necessity of an export duty on Canadian fur. Americans are rapidly getting contr.il f
our raw fur antl exporting it to Uie
United S;,ut.-. moreover most ol
the Canadian fur companies -end
tlitir goods to Europe to be manufactured   only   to   be   bought back
other industries are protected.
Canada could very well manufacture ber own fur goods and thus
build up a largo and lemunerative
trade. ,\ sell letl policy of an export duly on all fur would encourage the home manufacturer as well
as add a most valuable industry lo
the country.
CERTIFICATE OF  REGISTRATION
OF AN   EXTRA PROVINCIAL       ,
COMPANY. |
.t'oininiiiii's Act, Canada,  Province of
Hiiiisii  Columbia,
No. in, 1910,
|    1    HEREBY    CERTIFY    that   the
"Empire Lumber Company" an Extra-Provincial    Company, lias     this
.tiny been   registered   us a Company
lunder Uie "Companies Act" to curry
out or ellcct all oi*    any til tlio objects of tlie Company to whicli   the
legislative authority oi the Legislature ol Uritish Columbia extends.
|   The head otlice ol tho Company  is
situate nt. Union,  in the County    ol
ltt'ittlie,     in the     State    ol   South
i Uakotii.
The bead office ol tbo Company In
I this Province is situate nt Revelstoke, and George Smith MeCarter,
Barrlster-at-law, whoso address is
IRevolstoke, atoreBaid, is tho attorney tor tho Company.
The amount ot tho capital ol   tho
Company    is   Five   Million dollarB,
divided into Fifty lliniisnticl shim's
of Ono hundred dollars each. The
timo ot the existence of the Company is twenty-live years from the
tilth day of Mny, A.  D.,  1910.
The Company is limited.
GIVEN under my hand and Seal   of
Ollice    at    Victoria,     Province  ol
Uritish Columbia, this Eighth day
of July, one thousand nine hundred
and ten.
.1.  P   McLEOD,
Acting  Registrar  of   Joint-
Stock Companies.
The ohjects for whicli this company
has been established aro:—
To act ns timtii'inii'ii, saw mill
irn u) aouuoquini pus sao^spdoad
and any of its branches; to buy and
sell all kinds of tlmbor, timber lands
logs and ldmber; to buy, sell and
manufacture all kinds of lumber and
wood work; to maintain and operate
lumber yards and deal In all merchandise usually sold in such yards;
to buy, sell, lease or mortgage all
kinds of real estate; to buy, sell,
build, equip, operate and construct
private railways, highways, roads,
canals, sluices, flumes, waterways
and streams, either belonging to the
Company or to others, for the Company's use, and to accept charters
tor the operation of same, and to
charge tolls for services rendered to
others in the operation of same;
cither to buy, sell, build or construct tugs, steamships, steam lines
antl sailing vessels, and to operate
the same; to engage in any anil all
kinds of manufacturing, cither of
lumber or general wood work, and
for that purpose to buy, own, build,
erect,  construct  and     operate      saw
world, with power to secure registration or license from nny government to do business in nny jurisdiction, ns the Board ol Directors may
loom to be to the advantage of the
corporation. Iw 4w.
CANADIAN SECURITIES.
At a recent banquet in London
Ihe Hon. W. S. Fielding, M. P.,
finance minister lor Canada, gave
very pregnant utterance, says tbe
London Times.
"A time of prosperity is apt to
create enterprises, and we must nsk
Knglish investors to look carefully
into schemes, so that if they go
wrong they will not blame tbe
country, but themselves, for their
lack of care. It is a common failing with the multitude when any
country, any department of indtis
try, any individual even, is being
boomed in the pres^*, to rush to the
crude conclusion that anything
and everything in connection with
that particular country, or market,
or individual, must necessarily be
good, and when disillusionment
comes, to blame with just as crude
a judgment the agents responsible
for the boom.
''Canada ha? been boomed in the
press most systematically, perhaps Imills and other wood working mills;
to an unpJecedented degree for any [to engage in logging and the towing
country' during  the course  of the1'" ]o*e eith<!r for itself or for othere
,  ,, . ,     i .    to make, execute and except any con-
past vear, and there  is, no  doubt, ^^    ,eagB8i  ,ic(m8eSi conccs6ioI16,
great danger that foolish investors, t.rantB,    privileges,  or    charters,  to
w ho have been bitten through their assign any of thc foregoing or    any
own folly in concluding that every- contracts    rciatum to the foregoing
thing Canadian was good, mav tie- objects, and to receive and give     in
, . nayment therefor, cash, bonds or
velop into enemies, or, at anv rate. : , ,, * . „„,.
1 * •' ' other securities of this or any
denouncers of that country, when ,,tll(„. ,.„l.,„„,„ion, 0r property of
they would be better occupied in any kind whatsoever; to own and op-
denouncing their own credulity and crate wholesale and retnil stores for
lack of care in investigating busi the buying, selling and dealing in
ness propositions. 1'"""rnl "nerchandise; to own, ac-
,,,       '                   .   .         , re and sell any kind of     personal
"That, however, It IS  only a   sec property.  t0 „wn, and vote shares of
tion   of the public that is thus ltd lt8 ,lWII capital stock, and thnt     of
astray is evident from the fact thut other corporations, and to vote any
a number of recent Canadian offer- •h"ri>s "f Ht"ck "wno(1 1,y it; to issUe
bonds,   notes  and  other  evidences  of
indebtedness, and to secure the pay-
Gerliflcate ol' Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise, Welch and Aileliua  (1'iae-
ionali Mineral Claim, situate in lbe
I'ltiul Lake Mining Division of West
Koolenay District,
Where located: On Surprise Creek,
North fork of Lanlo river,
TAKE NOTICK thai I, 0. B. N.
Wllkle, acting as agent foe William
\. h'tiote, Kiee Miner's Certificate
Number li 13430 ami David Morgan,
l<\M.(*„ Number HIMIIliil, intend, sixty
lays from elate hereof, lo apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Oertiflcate of
Improvements, for the purpose of
ihtainlng n Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
nutlet- Section 87, iiiiist lie commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 23id day of .lune, A. I).,
1010,
O. B, N.  WlLKM,
Tl'OUt Lake, 11. V.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1865
Capital Paid Up"     -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund - -    $3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
ings in London have been respectfully but tirmly declined by the fflent o( the same b, mortgage,
1;r.Ur-h investor. We ilo not wish pi^ge, deed ot trust, or otherwise;
liege that these were unsound ;., generate, distribute, sell, deal in
proposition*, bat   we would like to and othei      el andle ami dispose of,
■ - , i    .* eleetr c : '*   h(int'
admonish   th.-   j- motera     t   the eiecmc
1 .   . to deal in appn
the same; to 1 irrow    and
really firet-rati sit   ins whii h general    to   do
bave now much   banci -.    ■-- perform su and tlunes
in the    London    mar*-:.     Second and transact such business in      con-
again bv Canadians  at   a "big  en-1 rate proportions   bave such a poor •f^
, * '. ,     .    . tent   with  law,     in    nny
b a net el  valuation.    Canada is one chance that it ib equivalent   Lo al
of the few remaining sources of the'most none.
  .   I         ■     ■                          '   Uie  Cnited
  the 1
M,*v ■ '  Domtalon of Can-
tect what we have got   the same ae'tirday at the Edison Theatre. of'a, or in any o;her part
world1.- supply, and such being the
ease  step-   should he taken to pro-
Some  People Aint Got  No Sense
The
then mite jest as .' ■
I pay !5c. for 6 Lars   an' ithin'
bettern' mine:.    I>* fai nan
touch
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN NONYMOUS.
Mrs. Hermann McKinney
Teacher of Voice, Piano and Organ
Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory
of Music.
l.ocal Kxiiiiiiiinliiins.
Studio:   Second Street
THK RBVRLSTOKB
Nl'IW   AND
Second Hid Store
We Duy, Sell or Exchange
all kinds of Household
Goods.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR MENS CAST-OFF
CLOTHING
Bush Fire Permits
Settlers on Dominion Uuitls can get
pcniuits ni the Provincial Police otlice,
Uevelstoke, or any ot the Provincial Fire
Wardens, provided they comply with
Sections ,i and 6 of Chapter -S4, Husk
Fires Act.
J.  K. McliivXN,
Divisional Warden,
Mauafactnrtd for nil cinat>«« of   bnildingi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BBICKt
for'silo in largo or small qanntittti
I at Ui« lowtst prices for •■" **ii.
K\\ kinds of bniltlitiR and'iilaiterlrjR
nndtrtftniii
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
Life,   Areident and   Fire
Insurance.
City and Suburban Lots.
Residences*.
Full particulars upon application.
W. B. Robertson
PHONE  73
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paio
F.   B.   WELLS,
Rxportor of Furn
HOUSE FLIES •« '   ' ' «
"    mtnuft •n'1 refi I
in filtfi     Scientist! davr <li^ wen d ll »' ihi y an
Uf,(r|y fM[,M ubl« Ioi the ipfe*d "I   lu
i "jiKti -.na, DyteMaty, Infutili Ducuti
of id*- Bowtli, et&   t.vrry packet "f
■ c
WILSON
Fly Pad
will kill more (lies than 300 sheets
of sticky paper.
«2
e
W'
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly Collected and Delivered
I  (gage Transferred and General Draying
I urniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
L
Office   Corner Connaught Avenue and Second Street
Fhone   276 REVELSTOKE,   B.C. Night Call 71
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3 50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23   4.00 to   4.75 for   2 and 2.50
4 Suits, Size 24   4.00 to   5.00 for   2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 25   3.50 to   5.00 for   2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 26   3.50 to   4.00 for   2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50              for    2
i 2 3-piece Suits, 27 to 33, $5 and $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN  COUNTRIES
—■■— M****— I I*****-———M^^^—
Arrangements hove rec«-ntlv been completed under which the branch*!
of this Dank are able to Issue l'i,ill-, on the principal points
In tha following countries:
Anstria-HaDfaiT    Finland
Ireland
Belgiu
Brazil
Bulgaria
Oyloa
China
Crete
Denmark
Faroe uoxrm
Formosa Italy
Frame J*P*a
Fr'ch Cochh»-China   Java
German/ Manchuria
Giaat Briloia Mexico
Greece Norway
Holland Persia
IcelaaJ
lodia
Russia
Servia
51am
South Africa
Straits Sett
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
Phillipine Islands    West Indies
Roumania and elsewhere
m
HO   DELAT   !■   I«8UIN«.
7ULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN,    MGR.
You   Like  Music
Here is Your Opportunity I
Edison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all  kinds of finest quality.
Sole Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds  of Instruments  tuned and  repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call tit the music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of the tfoods.
J. Bingham, mgr.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Go. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. Wednesday, aug. io. 1910.
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
Pagt S
The Elevator is in perfect
working order these days
Take advantage of it to
get to the Bargains in the
Drygoods Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the eitizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
We are giving our Special
attention to Fresh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
and see the assortment.
Ladies' Vests
500 Ladies' and Children's Vests, long
sleeves, short sleeves and no sleeves.
They are 20a. stuff. You can carry away
at least half a dozen at the price
10c. each
New Wash Belts
Fine white homespun linen in the neat
narrow widths, pretty designp, pearl
buckles at
35c. each
Blouse Bargains
A big lot of Ladies' Mouses, all colors,
and also Bome white, all on a table for
easy picking at
90c. each
HairO
fc
air urnaments
A new lot of Shell Barrett Braid Pins
and Hair Ornaments. To complete any
of the styles of present day hair dressing
you need the ornaments. New Shell
Braid Pins at
20c, or 3 for 50c.
Curtain Muslin
Did you see the line of English Curtain
Mu-dinB, colored, for bath rooms. They
are a swell lot.     Regular 25c. goods, for
15c. per yard
Children s Wash Dud:
A stir up in the children's wash duds.
All the summer stuff in two piles. Boys'
Suits and Little Girlb' Dresses, They
They are all together. One pile at $1.90,
and another pile at $1.00.
Shoe Bargains
A real, genuine bargain in Children's
Shoes. A snap which will appeal to anyone who has to buy shoes for small feet.
Over one hundred pairs of this season's
stock, all in good condition and not one
pair which is not worth double the
money. They will be put on the table
TUESDAY MORNING the 'Jtb, and will
be sold at the bargain price until Friday
at six o'clock. Boots, Slippers, Oxfords,
in black, tan, and fancy ehades, all will
be there. Sizes 3i to 101. Remember
the price—
95c. per pair
Men's Lustre Coats
Kxtra fine quality gray luBtre, just the
thing for house or ollice wear. Unlined
and made to fit. Just a few of theEe.
Regular $3.50, now
$1.80 each
Boys' Underwear
BALBRIGGAN—This line was extra
good value at .'.5c. per garment. At a
reduction you may be Bure it won't last
long.    Bargain price
20c. per garment
Und
tr,
erwear at i rices
Our stock of summer underwear for men
has been so badly broken that we have
decided to put all the balance on the
bargain table:
PURK WOOL—French manufacture, un-
Bhrinkable, light weight. Regular $1 50
per garment.
BALBRIGGANS—in black and browD.
Regular 75c. per garments.
WOVEN MESH—regular tf 1 per garment
B.V.D.—Coat Shirt, short pants, regular
$1 per garment.
Bargain  Price  60c.
per garment
PURE SILK—just a few pieces, regular
$(! per garment.
SILK AND WOOL—Old Country make,
regular $:1.50 per garment.
I'll UK   WOOL—White,    Old   Country
make, regular $3 per garment.
Any of these for $1.95
per garment
Fresh, Ckoice,
Fancy Groceries
Another car of Fancy Groceries just
arrived. We are in a better position than
ever to cater to the wants of our customers. Anything we have not got you don't
want. If our prices are not right—tell
us. If they are—lell others. We want
your trade and we want to save you
money on your purchases. Call us up •
on the phone aid we will insure you
quick delivery. Anything in the grocery
line
You can get at Hume's
Fruit
Get ready for tbe winter season by putting away preserving fruits. We are receiving daily large shipments of Peaches,
Plums, Apricots and Blackberries. Leave
us your order early and insure delivery.
Always a supply of Oranges, Bananas,
AppleB and Pineapples on hand.
Baking Powders
Lest you forget about our Baking Powders we would say that we have a large
stock of Price's Baking Powder in (> oz.,
12oz, 2.11b., and 51b. cans. We bought
direct from the manufacturers and can
guarantee you pure fresh goods. Nothing
off-color, off-grade, off-quality in  Price's.
We also carry other brands including
Schilling's Best, Blue Ribbon and Magic.
Let us quote you prices when you want
Baking Powder.
Pork and Beans
If you are kicking about the high price
of food let ub suggest to you our Pork
and Beans. No nourishment in as palatable a form can be bought for the
price. V:ui Camps in lib. and 21b. cans;
Clark's in lib. and 21b. cans; Davis' in
Jib., and Hientz's in Ub., lib.,  and 21bs.
Vegetables
Fresh   Vegetables   arriving    daily,   the
finest on the market.
Get   Hume's  Prices
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the back of the store on
the Ground Floo,-, is proving a
convenience. We have a fine
'• Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut.
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wait.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke ««* Arrowhead
MAIL,  TELEPHONE, or BEND
your Orders ! Send the children
to the Store ! Come yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
too largo or too small for us to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get tho best of attention. Yni* i
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B- C
r'
REID &
50 Dozen Ladies' All Wool Cashmere Hose.     Reg.
40c.   Now 25c. Per Pair.
New Dress Goods for Pall Trade
New Table Linen and Napkins
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
kmiqiMnAHtam^M
REID & YOUNG
^.
TAX   SALE   NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall sell at Public Auction on
Saturday the 3rd day of September, A.D.. 1910, at the City Hall,
Revelstoke, B. C, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the lands, or
improvements, or real property, as described, for unpaid delinquent
Municipal Taxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses due
thereon, unless in the meantime, the arrears of Municipal taxes,
special rates, interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the
Schedule hereunder, be sooner paid.
Dated at Revelstoke, this 30th day of July, A.D., 1910.
BRUCE    A.    LAWSON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.
LQCRL AND GENERAL
The  V. M   ('. A.  is arranging   to
I big track mett  on Lubor  Day
li,:- Fm;.
Tlie monthly meeting  of the  Hob-
B ard   "ii    Monday   did    imt
eventuate, there 1 eing nu quorum,
Mies Macd nald  ,.- prepared  to ilu
ewii -■.  children's  clothes, mnl
shirtwaist BUits,     Address east end ol
1. ugheed Block, Second 6treet.
Tne Xew York Mute court ol appeal- im- su ained the law of ihat
Btate rtquiring railways tu pay their
empi :■• ■ - twice a month.
The   I* ultry   exhibits,   Iruit    and
getalles, as well as live Hock and
all  home  industries,   promise  t.i be
very l' osiderable this year at the Fall
Fair.
The annual meeting of  the Hevel-
Bt k(   11 -i iui Bi oiety will be held in
■ ity Hall, Tuesday, August  10,h,
at  S  p, in.     \V. 1). Armstrong, Sec-
retary. aug. IU 2.
Tbe carpentry wcrk ou the new
Hjw*- i, Bl ck nas been cotunieuced
The completion of the Lew bank ol
Commerce and the Hoa'bod liloek will
give a iiiit appearance to the avenue.
Tlie Kail Fair prize list bonk and
rae- ; ■ ^: ,:• .- now in the hands ol
tbe printer ami Bhould be ready
: tly. Arrangi nientt for the Fair
aie pn greasing very favorably and
every success is anticipated.
The ladies of tbi Methodist church
a .        da at three o'clock
irsday,   C ffei   ice cream, peaches
■ mm',   afu moon
evening      Con      irly and eci ure
- mi   I thi bi ■ .** mad ■ ■ Bucb
nuts, cindy, etc
I I now Bup
; lies ni ,*.;. ill il  n- dining cars run
ning out        -    ttli    with   milk and
- ii      **■*- and chickens on poul
try si d dairy and op< r
ated i. •:, j .-..iy ai d   it ia  just
starting a truck  ^.n'.iii at Paradise,
M i.una.
It   r ..mber ol th<    B. (.'.   Ga-
tette announces   the appointment of
.-   R, A    M --man   t     ie  resident
pbysiciai I r tbi   district ol  Nakusp,
: -. -   '.    i! aki ly i i   Kevel-
v; j. inted   commia-
• r   I r   taking   affidavit! in  tin
Supn I   in   the   Revelstoke
-trict.
It has  remained  for the  Missouri
Agriculture at  Columbia,
rane   and   develop   the
champion dairy cow ol  all the world.
Mist    ri C   ■ I J -• pbini, i II
-
a July
'3.4 |
milk ■: in;, lor 1  I is .- cquiv-
• t    i' 7     ;,:'-, or  11.6 g*
• *- ■>■ day,   id r bigbi sl ri cord I
day war 1102 p    . :-     I .. - n
the ni'ire n marks   ■     *■-,.-   no spec-
ial preparati- n li id bl   I   n adl  for 11 i
■   •   .,! I   ' -■ phii - ,'..- '* di her fall
,-*'. ii.ir dairy herd ol the
having  bad  I ■• oaWi - In
ball fears.
Summer
Necessities
3i- i articles cbi    n
, from "'ir large
I   11 .' ■ i (I      I a
Witch H./oi   double ttiBtiiictl 35c
Bonfo Almond Cream for tho Completion 50C
Wa»h r.iks 1 - mil 2CC
Piimer'« Rose Leave* ToHot Wnlcr
50C ti OO $2 CO
Crushed Flo»«* Talcum 25c
Coin Cream 25c
Bews' Drug Store
8
PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AND   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Tin' il lir. mec of ftovelstoke bavi
organised into an flfsocution known
an tho Itevelstoke Dairy Association,
A, Carlei n, pn sidei I; T. Lewis, si cy.
Andy   Kitchen   and   A i .\.  Mi Rae
left   yesterday   (ur   the   Big  Bend to
ii arch foi the bi dy of Dr. C. lis
the eminent b tanist, wll   n ts di   tvn-
• d lasl wi i k iu Kii basket Lak i
1' isl ollb ■ b x li ii* * * -*'i uld re
member tbat if the postmaster makes
;i m ia take, putting mail int ) ti e
urong bi ies, the p istal regulati na
require people to examine their mail
b fore leaving the office and should
tiny lind a pie:e not addressed to
them they must teturn it ai i nee or
li" liible to a fine ol if:'11!. The pott
master    is    exonerated    from     the
mistake Ex
VV, 0. Cowell, Agent ol
Laods,   Kamloops,   has   received  instructions trom the Departn
I n ter ior, ' Ittawa,   that  owing  I
demand for railway laborers  thr
oul the Western provinces,  i > r■ tection
will be granted  to   all  homes
until   Ihe   1st,   ni   April   next,  up n
application ti  bii
SStisfli il    that    the   ' nlry    *
perfected,
rhi Canadian i'ii
j,        . ts I
■ !:■■  !• a    idditious   i     the   W
le]   :    Montreal, ■   *
i in I
and   lor   * bicb piers and
alreadi
utrncted     1 ,.•   • di ■
ill lor  iin i *   ■
of $1,0 ■   -,i d        I i.
nents
and extensio ft at its I'l Be Vig r
depot .*.*i     iti I   nol
1 is than a n lars
We are in rei    pt tliia ni
c iDitmin   .i'i n fi  n    U   leral   Bntha,
premier of l.'niii      -    th A frica   in
■, blob be i■*■i ri sat - kei n  app
f the sentiments i • pressed thro igh
,ur  editorial   columns   reci i
■ irdlog the  uni in of   Boul ti   Africa.
* len, li the nlso saj - that  Ihe pi opla
I .-i nih   Africa  have  keenly  Bppn
listed lho  kind   Inten st   wliioli  liai
"■en ihown throughout the l> minion
i if Oansda In the inauguration  '■( lho
■ union ol Houtb Ati loa.    He oonclu li i
iy thanking the people ul  Uevelstoke
, or   their   kind   congratulations  and
i „• iui! wl hid..
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
H. I!. Atk i ; from   •~:'
).
Mr-. W. M. I.awrei c - week
,i:i a \ isit to W ini   peg.
S. O. Robl - *■ irdaj
uvrr,
,1. P. Sutherland is recovering  itoni
i severe
W. J. v^ . Br a
a holiday trip up -     -■■■ ■
Mr. and  Mrs   a    .
r ' irm *.  in Mondi
M    and Mrs.       M.
they   will
in future res I
Mr   .   I "
Mrs
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Adair, 15. V..... (02iiuitr). *
Bell, Miss A. M	
BalliiRavde. s	
Beck, liv. li	
Barber, J. Guy 	
OouKhlin, Mis. II. 10  	
Dull, I.. II "..'.'..
II IIHOIM',  N	
Elson, Mrs. \\....  .
DYoser, U.I'.IIiimisi', Kovt.ld i
Fleming, W.dion.M (I'll till
Fulton, James	
Graham, Walter.
Sowing, A. G. ..'.
(iiniindi. M. (shark, I I'H lill
Giillick, Joe
Hansen, A. O. (f.
FTnmilton, William
lli'dstroni, (Jus
lli'iidi'ison, I'	
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Johnson, August
Kernaghan, John
Lane, Bertha	
Menotte, M..
M mt nn, James	
Miller, Mis. Esthei
Mt'iinttc, I'li'in ..     (house)
Mi't'ai'i v. I'.i house a' nlil mill
Ni.-o', W. T.    	
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SiiuiiH-i, G. J.
Smith, Mis. M, A.    .
Shardlow, Mi". I.. J.   .
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10
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Statutory
Costs and
Expenses
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3 Hi
2 :is
8 o:i
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;; 52
2 :(2
1 HI
2 84
2 25
2 88
2 00
2 48
2 07
if 18
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3 03
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2 (11
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•I 72
1 12
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ii 80
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2.18
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2 80
3 ill
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nn*:
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54 16
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WEDNESDAY, AUG.  10, 1910
;n~.
Laurier,
i Canada,
*
11
Corporation ot the City
of Revelstoke
I'l      I'.I     I Ml
IV.   J,   Ri i
i.it foi tli,* i .i    ,*l   Revel
, lions foi
Hall.
i.   Order,
BRUCE A   LAWSON
Cilj I
NOTICE 10 THE PUBLIC,
, . * *
■
ul
*
',    A    II ■
/.    Ba I
DirporMion of the City of
Uevelstoke
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District.
District nf West Kootenay.
Notice is herebv given that 00days
after date hereof I, Finest Edward
Hall, nt' Hereford, England, occiipa-
n architect, intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands, for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing   at   a   posl planted at
he   -*'iiili-Mi-i   corner of   II* J. Hy-
hinis pre-emption, Galena Hay, West
Kootenay District,  B.O., and marked
Ernest Edward Mali's N. 10 corner
n* -i. thence |o ehains smith: thence
30 chain - west; I hence 20 ehains ninth:
thence li chains eaat; thence 20 chains
north; thence 20 chains east to point
nf commencement, containing in all
inn acres mni e nr ti->s.
Dated this 18th day of June, 1010,
Ernest Edward II \ii„
aug 10-flOd ll. c. II-ill, Agent.
©hanaoan Collcoc
SummcclanB, :.i5.c.
COURSES   FOR   1910  11
ll,.ii   ' hool   i ** *•
Uu :u'       in
i* I Typi
■
*
■
. iiiiii nun.
furl  ' i  pai
EVht/i. r r   w    r,nwrER.
ei. ne * nt,   tu
and     ■'■* Ij
iMiim     Mall
Herald
Moving  M* i ire    Friday and    Sat-
al  tbe io* '"'•
iiioe Comfort and Shoe Style
ARE COMBINED IN
Empress and Vassar Shoes
SOMETHING'DISTINCTIVE
-=,     HE   c-~^
yj?—>^
Some of thc distinctive
features of this style is the
French Last, which is
made for a short vamp and
forepart, a Cuban heel and
a high arched shank and
instep, which accentuates
the graceful lines of the
foot, and has the appearance of being a full size
smaller.
We guarantee every
pair wo sell. They are
made of the best materials by the best of
workmen and every
pair is sold at the lowest price, quality considered. Our stock is
now complete' and you
will find shoes for all
needs, from the li^ht
dress shoe to the strong'
serviceable one for
hard wear.
Pumps
We have a particularly Rood line of
Pumps in kid, patent,
tan, and oilier leathers.
Clearing
Odd Lines
We have on our bargain table about 100
pairs of Oxfords and
Hals. Thev sold at
$3.00 to $4.50. Sale
Price $2.00.
Canvas Shoes
White and tan Oxfords and pumps at
$1.50 per pair.
See Dor Classic Shoes
In   Misses'   and   Childrens'   sizes.   The best  made.
mz&
-MOOH
mna/L
O   O   □        GOODS.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
— and yiio should insist upon ^rllin^ ilio liost, al all
tlui-Ea—get oiiim. Our reputation for good bread is nol
tbe result of chance, Our customers are satisfied that
ours is tho most satisfactory bread thoy can hoy.
Try il and you will become a regular uuitomer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  BOX 208
GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
Public Notice
Is hereby given that we have fruit jars, daily
arrival of fruits, also genuine pickling vinegar and pickling spices, etc.
Any two articles in our Crocery Window at 25o.
McIntyre   & Son
ACAIM-MY OF MUSIC
P«CF   A.  DH FEO
■  *
uul   h i\ing
In i n ..i.i' fi il io ■ i'liu  li ii k lo Ki'vclsloke
on '-i'"    ' .1 vi-1 .ii to ilarl   In (hit
unAtadvmj ol MuiiCi fitting iludtnti
for their examinations  to  the   Conservatories of Europe,
Rl lis  AN'h CONDI I IONS
I, Lessons will starl on September l(
Vfier this dale lessons will jjo on from
lhe lirsi in ihe lasl day ol eaeh consecutive month during lhc ycar( excepting
July, when .1 vacation will he given.
'. The eourse that will be tnughl eon-
1 .nw iln ee gradi ■■. und iti the end of each
,:irule -i diplomu will be given.
3.    All books will be given by teacher.
1 Prospective pupils are advised nol
ti> lake -i course less limn n j ear.
5.    Pupils wishing to discontinue  mus)
. month's 110th u 01 n lull fee   »ill bo
1 barged,
'• Lessons nol re* eived .11 lhc ap-
i> -,tii 1 it 1 une must lv Ioi foiled.
7.    No lessons given on public holidays,
1 'ublii    pei lm nmnecs   will    he   encouraged, Iml 011  no ncconnl   will pupils
be itllowi 'l lo Irfkc p.ui    wilhoul   first   ob«
latning permission ol their teacher.
9, ImiwI examinations *larl middle ol
Juno,
ll RMS i
F01 Iwo hour* per weak, $5 per month)
1  ,  In ':ii   pei    week 1   $3   per   month)
ll.tm j and  round rnoint, one  lesson,
•   I 1 1 two Iciwons por  week,
$10 pi 1 n
,\ free  lesson will   be  given  -ill   pupils
, mhli for  'lu1   \ocal  division   of
music iiint'.
PROF   A. DE PRO.
Box 137 Telephon* 202.
DEES8MAKEK— Mill Bmitb, dress
maker. Buiinifl l:oura 10 tu 0
p.m., McKeiuio Avh,
EXCURSION FARES
Via
Industrial and Agricultural
EXHIBITION
August 151li to 20th, njio
At
VANCOUVER
I'ickcts on Sale  Aii/,r. 15th
to aothj final return limit
August 24th
FARE:     $13.15
Applv to Or Wl ite to
A. Q, DROOKER C. B. FOSTER.
Agent, A.G.P.A.,
Kevelstoke Vancouver
Kult BALB—Fresh Oow, to lio scon
ut Revelstoke Sawmill Company,
big Eddy, 13. C.

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