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 " Empire" Tyj;«wpitep
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60]
i Interior Publisnmg Co., Ag's.,
The Mail
/j i fa
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior PuDlishing Company
\f PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
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Vol. 17-No.   66
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. AUGUST 5b   1911
$2.50 Per Year
WE CARRY
AMMUNITION
TOO
AREN'T YOU TIRED OF  BORROWING   THE OTHER
FELLOWS GUN.
IF YOU ARE   NOT,   LET US WH
SOMETHING TO YOU :   " HE IS."
PER   SOMETHING
OWN YOUR OWN THINGS. THEN YOU WON'T SPOIL
ALL THE FUN OF YOUR OUTING IN FEARING YOU'LL
BREAK THE GUN OR WHATEVER YOU HAVE BORROWED.
IN SPORTING GOODS AND HARDWARE OE SELL
ONLY THE BEST. THEY ARE THE CHEAPEST FOR
YOU.
YOU NEED OUR GOODS. WE NEE'.D THE MONEY,
LET US SWAP. YOU NEED NOT WORRY ABOUT
WHETHER IT IS GOOD OR NOT. WE'LL DO THE
WORRYING.   WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada %
Head Otfico-Toronto, Ontario. Q
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00 9
Capital Subscribed            - 5,913,000.00 5
Capital Paid Up             -      - 5 793,000.00 <jj
Reserve        .... 5,79o,j00.00 6
Bnnclie* or Averts at all principal points in'Oanmla. O
Ag ints ia Grant Britain an.l United States—London, England,   fa
Ll mii Bunk. Limited.    Chicago—First National itank,  Corn Hx-
oaange National lUnk,   Soattto—Seat Me National Bank,  Sun Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevaila National Bunk.    Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of ?1 and upward,  received, ainl interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Porrpspindence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoOloneghan, Mgr.
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Ladies' Summer Wear at Cost
In order to make room for Fall Goods, have decided to sell Summer stock of Ladies' wear
at a great reduction in price.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, <* First Street
BISCUITS!  BISCUITS!
Fresh stock of Christie's Sodas, Arrow Root,
Sultana and Marsh Mellow Biscuits just in.
Prices Right.
Eastern Molasses Snaps made from highest
grade materials, only 15c. per lb.
We get regular shipments Perrin's & Ramsay's goods.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON.    Pn. %Y.\
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
SEVERE ill 5T0AM
DAMAGES THE CROPS
Storm came at Critical Period
when Grain was Ripening—
Damage Widespread
A si'vt'iv electrical storm raged ov
iii* prairie provinces on Sunday
nlglit last, whicli considering the condition "! the crops, did considerable
damage—the grain In many parte he-
lug knocKi .1 Hut ' n the Minimi with
im hopes "f it ever rising again. This
I- considered especially true around
Portage In Prairie and on the branch
Unas leading out ol that city.
The storm ciime at a critical period
for the western crops, since the grain
is ripe und will have no chance to
rise be-fore ii becomes too ripe for
harvest. The central portion of
Manitoba suffered most. The damage
to farm bouses was heavy, inn there
were no lives lost.
Krom all points in Manitoba and
Saskatchewan reports of damage in
varying degrees hnve been received, i
,*in,l where the storm was felt the
most, optimistic predictions point to
a delay of from two to six days in
harvesting.
Immediately around Winnipeg hail
did not fall, but some Saskatchewan
points were more unfortunate. North
Dakota experienced a veritable cy-
il, ne, whieh destroyed crops and
bui!.lin JS as well as claiming several
lives.
At Portage la Prairie one of the
worst electrical storms of years was
experienced wbich lasted close on to
three hours and which wrought much
havoc.
At Wolseley a 15 fool chimney on
the root of the Presbyl irian church
was struck, and fell with a crash on
the choir room, causing damage to
the estonl of $200. No tire followed,
but the Sunday school pupils who
were in Bess ion at the time received
a  had  fright.
MICA CLAIMS UP THK IIK;  BEND,
Development work on the mica
claims in the Hig Bend district lias
been prosecuted during the past summer, work having been done on the
Thistle, Maple Leaf and Shamrock
claims. The Big llend Mica Mines,
limited, is the only company doing
any real ilovelopmont work in the
Big llend, having employed ahout 20
nun throughout the summer stripping and prospecting and bringing
"iit ahout a ton i>f very high-grade
mica at the close of the Benson as
samples. The company Intends to
prosecute Its development work during the coming season, and, if possible to arrange transportation, and
will make regular shipments.-Orern-
wood Ledge.
REVELSTOKE YOUTH
INVENTS WIRELESS
P. O. Box 208
GROCER *& BAKER
Phono No. 23
Saskatoon, Sask., Aug. 21.-with
the meagre details obtainable after
one of tlie worst electrical storms ol
the season hns played havoc with
telegraph and telephone lines, it enn
be said-that in the Immediate vicini*
ty irf .Saskatoon little or no damage
has i.e. a done tn the crop. The down
pour was the heaviest of year-, and
there has heen a little hail in some
localities. Cutting has commenced in
several districts, and beyond a few
scattered fields where the grain has
been lodged somewhat, there is nothing to prevent Ihe garnering of the
biggest crop in the history of the dis
trict.
Yorkton, Sask.. Ag. 21—As a result of yesterday's territic rain storm
harvesting operations hnve been postponed for several days. Cutting
would have commenced today in ibis
district, but for the storm which laid
the grain on the ground and made
the fields unlit for wyrk for several
days. It was accompanied by a
Btrong eal" of wind that swept every
thing  before  it.
Perdue. Sask.. Aug. 21—The reports received tins morning from ten
miles south of Perdue show that the
hail storm was almost spent when it
reached Perdue. Twenty farmers were
hailed oul sonth and west of Norman
ton and others damaged from 30 ro
,iu per cent. Those completely hailed
out were 0. 0. Dettnian, Mrs. Quinn.
J. Young, R. Martnett. R. J. Hails,
G. Brooks and others.
BUILDING DRUG STORE
C. R. Macdonald Getting Closer
to Business Section ot City
Mr. C. It. Macdonald, wbo for some
yean has been conducting his -drug
store in the building on the corner
next the railway track, has decided
to et down closer to the business
section ol the city, and for tbat purpose Is erecting a two-storey cement
hloek on the east side of McKenzie
avenue alongside Diamond Hall. Ltd.
The building which fm such a long
time ha- occupied tbe lots . being
moved across the avenue tu th** lots
B ii   Robertson's otlice and
■vill still he Used as tlle bome of the
Hot' v> -t Talking Machine Co, Mi.
m ■'■ l *. ild'e new -tor,* will he "f
cement with a brick front, and will
Wholly as a drug si ore. The
the creel .mi ,,f the tiuilil-
.11.- has heen let to Koote fk Pradnlnii
,n»l will In* re., I* for occupation before the snow flies.
c.ime and heal ftie facts about re-
ciproctty al the opera house tomorrow night.
Moving Picture! Tonigbt.
System installed aid First Message Transmitted on August Eighth
As the result of reading and experimenting a perfect system of wireless telegraphy has been established
ia this city hy a hoy of not more
1.1..ii i -vi nil*, ii or right, <n years of
age, The system has been tried out
and found to work in charming fash-
Ion, and there was exultation in the
hearts of two young lads when on
August v'th at S:(l.r. the first message
was sent by iMs wireless method
from the top of thc residence of Wm.
Soutbworth on Second street to tbe
receiving station In the top Hat of
the new llowson  block.
As In the ease of the larger telegraph systems ol the same nature
there are aerials nt both ends of
l lie system, and there are spark coils
transmitters, plugs and circuits, and
tbe youthful inventor explains that
while the apparatus in use is not cap
able of transmitting a message more
than a mile or a mile and a half, yet
the use af the same system with a
coil of larger and more powerful dimension will give the required result
at any distance desired, and so perfectly has the apparatus been found
to work hy those who bave examined
it that, there arc n number of resi-
denls In the city who have signified
their Intentions ol installing the system  and  making  it  of general   use  in
I 111 ,1*   ll.lines.
The lad who by his own genius Invented this wireless method of trans
others have modelled sy-tems after
a lad employed with Mr. U. llowson,
and the process was Invented only
during his oil hours at the shop. How
he came to think ol the wireless machine he explains in his own words—
"My rbum and I in lown had been
reading the method of transmitting
wireless messages, and while working
at on? of tic ordinary telegraphic
systems wa just happened to think of
this." i
The lad hid also two stations in
Iowa, anl since his leaving tbere
others haa modelled systems after
his pattern nnd improved on them
Bomewbat till now there are sixteen
wireless telegraphic stations in that
city all patterned after the one he
lirst, put. into use there. A code is
used  in all cases.
The apparatus in use here would
cost no more than $"' and can be used in any kind of weather, damp
weather being preferable. Witu him
in transmitting the lirst, message on
AuguBt Sth last, was a fellow worker
Wm. Soiitlnvorth. n lad but. little
older than the Inventor himself.
Niemeier is an American hy birth
nnd hns been working at bin invention  for the  pnst two or three years.
BUSINESSMEN ON TRIP
Lirge Party left This Morning
in Interests of Fail fair
tjulte a large number of the business men of the city and members of
the Agricultural Society left this
morning on the steamer Revelstoke
for tho south country, where It is
their intention to hy personal Invitation persuade the residents down there
to take a personal Interest in the
coming fair, or to at least attend
the exhibition on September 1! ami
12 next. Quite a large numlier ol
places   will   he   visited   along the bikes
and considerable literature distributed to advertise the coming event and
iii) doubt the trip will result, in a
considerable larger attendance than
haa hitherto boen experienced. The
I rip will Include a full two day's voy
age. and apart from the pleasure of
lh, I up the citizens will feel that
they hnve done considerable toward
the advancement of the exhibition.
LIBERALS TD CONDUCT
VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN
Local Reciprocity Supporters Organize for Fight-Big Meeting Toiorrow Night
Go to tbe Plumbing & Heating Co.
(or your plumbing.
thirty-
An enthusiastic and largely at
tended meeeing of the Hevelstoke Liberal   Association  Was held   last     night
al. whicli plans wire formulated for
the coming campaign. The meeting
first heard Hie report of the delegates
who attended the nominating convention at Nelson on Friday, Aug. IS
when Dr. J. 11. King, of Cranbrook,
was chosen as the standard hearer
for the Liberals of Kootenay. The
delegates reported a most enthusiastic and unanimous convention, comprising ninety-six delegates from all
parts of the constituency, and prospects exceedingly bright for redeem -
ing   Kootenay   on   September  Ulst.
Officers were then elected for the
coming year as  follows:
President—Dr.   W.II.   Sutherland.
Vive Pres.—W. Hews.
Treas.—F. II. Bourne.
Secretary—0.  R.  Macdonald.
An executive  committee of
live members was also chosen
The store formerly occupied by
John Hull on McKenzie avenue, has
been secured for committee rooms,
which will he open continuously until
the close of the campaign.
Arrangements were also made for
the public meeting in th.' opera house
tomorrow night, when Hr. King, III.'
Liberal candidate, and M. A. Mac.
doiiald, of Cranbrook, will address
the electors i.l Revelstoke an.l vicinity on the issues nf tbe campaign. An
invitation has heen exl 'U.I **1 lo ih*
Conservative As-ociati.ui to have a
representative at. th.* meeting to
state their side of the Question, so
that the public may have an opportunity to hear "reciprocity" the
main issue, discussed from nil points
Seats will be reserved for the ladies,
and judging from the interest tlm
country generally is taking in the
elections, a large aadlence is anticipated.
IiHEUT BRITAIN RECOVERING
jirifce Disorders Settled anil Perfect Order Expected
London, Aug. 21—The railroads are
rapidly restoring normal serviee today and tbe managers confidently expect that by evening all the lines will
he operating almost as smoothly as
belore the general strike on thc
roads of tlreat Britain was ordered
lust Thursday night. Th>re are some
hitches, but these are believed to he
but temporary obstacles to the formal pact, assuring better working arrangements between the employers
and employees, satisfactory to both
sides.
Thc settlement brought ahout Saturday evening, through the good otlices of the government and hoard of
trade, provided tor tbc appointment
of seetiona) conciliation boards, representing both parties, and which
shall undertake to adjust all immediate differences. Tomorrow the membership of the special commission of
inquiry will lie announced. The commission will assume tbe burden of
WOtklng out  a  permanent  agreement.
The men expect nn advance in wages aad concessions regarding the consideration of future grievances and
recognition of the unions. Heretofore
the railroad companies have positive
ly refused to treat with rcpicscnta -
lives of the unions who nre not iu
then own employ. (In the othei haad
thfl companies have been assured lhat
at the next, session of parliament tbe
government will propose legislation
providing that the increase in the
cout of labor, due to Improvement of
conditions, will lie justification lor a
reason-able advance of railroad rates
within the legal maximum.
The men of lhe London aud Northwestern road are still on strike today and there wns some trouble on
the    Midland    railway. Additional
troops were sent to Manchester to
assist in relieving the congestion of
freight at the railway stations, Ol
iuu,unu strikers at Liverpool, mine
than one-third reported for work early today and the number Increased
hourly.
TRIPLE TRAGEDY.
Moose .law, Sask., Aug. 21— A
pathetic tragedy took place on Saturday evening on thc farm of .lames
Staples, fourteen miles north of the
city, hlu three small Children, Jnmes,
aged nine, Plan seven, and (lladys
Irene, agod six, being 'drowned in a
pond, which Was dragged and their
bodies wero recovered.
P
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel ami Tinware
Wo   can   supply    your
wants in the above  line
with the best Gout's made
n Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use Rood Paints.    Wo sell them.
Fishing'Tackle, Rilles, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders in these, and also
carry a very large stock of General Hardv. are, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
VI
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
Robbie's Thanks
The St.kiik Grace
S( me haejnitai an" csnra tat
An' si' me wrd tax that want it,
But we r ae meat that we can tat
An' sat: .he Lord he thankit
U ;e Shcmrctk Brands
BURNS' HAMS, BACON. LARD
P. Burns C& Co. Ltd
Revolstoke Meat Market, Ltd
Distributors for Swift's   Prccucts
All our choice fresh killed
Beef, Pork. Mutton, Wai.
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in our new Cold Storage
Cooling rooms and displayed
in the shop for sale in Refrigerating Glass Counters
and Window. We handle
nothing but Swift's Government inspected meats, silver
if laid, Premium hams &
bacon.
evelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 1SI
"When Good Fellows Get Together
with a stein on the table, ard a {pod song ringing clear."
The be;,t entertainer for any occasion, "stag" or
otherwise is a
Prices from $15.00 up.    Easy payments.
Over 3090 records to choose from.
Ccrie ar.d hsar fom: of the latest hits, sung by
famous comedians, at our store.
Nor' West Talking Machine Co, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
Wholesale Distributors for Provinces
"i Alberta and Hriti*-h Columbia
Aents Wanted       Liberal Discount
BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLA
(DouMo-aiJtd Rocordi)
Moving pictures tcnttfUt.
(
I "Empire" Typewriter
v:
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $60]
Interior Publisnmg Co., Agfs
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The Mail
0/
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
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g       I lnte/or Publishing Company
■^_1|-^PRLNTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17-No.   66
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST %\   191L
$2.50 Per Year
WE CAfcRY
SEVERE ill STORM
DAMAGES THE CROPS
MICA CLAIMS UP THK 1)1(1 BEND.
AREN'T YOU TIRED OF BORROWING THE OTHER
FELLOW'S GUN.
IF YOU ARE NOT. LET US WHISPER SOMETHING
SOMETHING TO YOU :   " HE IS."
OWN YOUR OWN THINGS. THEN YOU WON'T SPOIL
ALL THE FUN OF YOUR OUTING IN FEARING YOU'LL
BREAK THE GUN OR WHATEVER YOU HAVE BORROWED.
IN SPORTING GOODS
ONLY THE BEST. THEY
YOU.
AND   HARDWARE  OE  SELL
ARE  THE   CHEAPEST   FOR
YOU NEED OUR GOODS. WE NEED THE MONEV.
LET US SWAP. YOU NEED NOT WORRY ABOUT
WHETHER IT IS GOOD OR NOT. WE'LL DO THE
WORRYING.   WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada %
Head Otfloo
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
-Toronto, Ontario.
$10,000,000.00
5,913,000.00
-      5 793,000.00
5,79o,j00.00
Br inches or Averts at g,\\ principal prints in|Oana<la,
Atf -nts in Grent Hritaln and United States—London, England,
Lbyils Bank, Limited, Chicago—First National Hank, Corn Ei-
ca*ngeNa.,ion-v! Hank. Soattli)-Seattie National Bii'ik, San Francisco— Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of tl and upward,  received, and interest allowed at
curreut rate from date of deposit.    Ci.*r<"s.nndonce solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. MoCloneghan, Mgr.
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Ladies' Summer Wear at Cost
In order to make room for Fall Goods, have decided to sell Summer stock of Ladies' wear
at a great reduction in price.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, » First Street
Storm came at Critical Period
when Grain was Ripening-
Damage Widespread
A severe electrical storm raged over tlie limine provinces on Sunday
ninlit l.'i*-*t, which considering the condition ot the crops, did considerable
damage—'tho grain in many parts being knocked Hat en the ground with
no hopes of it ever rising again. This
i-i considered especially true around
Tortagc la Prairie and on the branch
Iin'28  leading  out ot that city.
The storm came at a critical period
for the western crops, since the grain
is ripe nnd will have no chance to
rise before it becomes too ripe for
harvest. The central portion of
Manitoba suffered most. The damage
to 'farm houses was heavy, but there
were no lives lost.
From all points in Manitoba and
Saskatchewan report* of damage in
varying degrees have been received,
and where the storm was felt the
most, optimistic predictions point to
a delay of from two to six days in
harvesting.
Immediately around Winnipeg hail
did not fall, hut some Saskatchewan
points were more unfortunate. North
Dakota experienced a veritable cy-
clone, which destroyed crops and
buildings ns well ns claiming several
lives.
At Tortagc la Prairie one of the
worst electrical storms ot years was
experienced whioh lasted close on to
three hours and which wrought much
havoc.
At Wolselcy a 15 foot chimney on
the roof of the Presbyterian church
was struck, and fell with a i rash on
the choir room, causing damage to
tlie extent of J200. No fire followed,
but the Sunday school pupils who
were in session at the time received
a bad fright.
Saskatoon, Sask., Aug. 21— With
thc meagre details obtainable after
one of the worst electrical storms of
the season has played havoc with
telegraph and telephone lines, it can
be said'that in the immediate vicisi-
ty of Saskatoon little or no damage
has been done to thc crop. The downpour was thc heaviest of year.-, and
there has been a little hail in some
localities. Cutting hus commenced in
several districts, and beyond a few
scattered field's where the grain has
lieen lodged somewhat, there is nothing to prevent the garnering of the
biggest crop in tbe history of the dis
trict.
Yorkton, Sask., Ag. 21—As a result of yesterday's terrific rain storm
harvesting operations have been postponed for several days. Cutting
would have commenced today in this
district, but for the storm which laid
the grain on the ground and made
the fields unlit for work for several
dnys. It was accompanied by a
strong gale of wind that swept every
thing   before  it.
Perdue, Sask., Aug. -'1—The reports received this morning from ten
miles south of Perdue show that the
hail storm was almost spent when it
renched Perdue. Twenty farmers were
hniled out south and west of Norman-
ton and others damaged from 30 ro
50 per cent. Those completely hniled
out were ('. 0. Dettman. Mrs. Quinn,
J. Young, R. Martnett, R. J. Hails,
G.  Brooks and others.
Development work on the mica
claims in the Dig Bend district has
been prosecuted during the past summer, work having been done on the
Thistle, Maple Leaf and Shamrock
claims. Tbe Big Bend Mica Minos,
limited, is thc only company doing
any real development work in the
Big Bend, having employed about 20
men throughout the summer stripping and prospecting and bringing
out about a ton of very high-grade
mien at the close of the season as
samples. The company intends to
prosecute its development work during the coming season, and, if possible to arrange transportation, and
will make regular shipments.—Green-*
wood Ledge.
LIBERALS TD CONDUCT
REVELSTOKE YOUTH
BISCUITS!  BISCUITS!
Fresli stock of Christie's Sodas, Arrow Root,
Sultana and Marsh Mellow Biscuits just in.
Prices Right.
Eastern Molasses Snaps made from highest
grade materials, only 15c, per lb.
We get regular shipments Perrin's & Ramsay's goods.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON.    I'll. 98
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
QROOER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
BUILDING DRUG STORE
C. R. Macdonald Getting Closer
to Business Section of City
Mr. 0. It. Maedotiald, who tor somo
yenrs has been conducting his drug
store in thc bull-ding on thc i-orner
next the railway track, has decided
to get down closer to the business
section ol the city, and for that pur
pose is erecting a two-storey cement
block on the east side of McKenzie
avenue alongside Diamond Hall. I>td.
The building which lor BUch a long
time has occupied tlie lots is being
moved across the avenue to the lots
alongside W.II. Robertson's otlice an.l
will still be used as the home of the
Hat' West Talking Machine Co. Mr.
Mm-1'Mi.iM'm new store will lye ol
cement with a brick front, and will
be used wholly ns n drug store. The
Contract for the erection of the building has been let to Foot* & I'rndoHni
it ui! will be ren.lv for occupation bo-
fore thc snow flies.
System Installed aid First Message Transmitted on August Eighth
As the result of reading and experimenting a perfect system of wireless telegraphy has been established
in this city hy a hoy of not. more
I'.i.ui [■•vtnteen or eighteen years of
age. The system has hecn tried out.
ainl found to work in charming fashion, and there was exultation in tlie
hearts of two young lads whan on
August sth at 8:0.1 the first message
was sent by this wireless method
from the top of the residence of Wm.
Soiithworth on Second street to the
receiving station in the top Hat of
the new Howson block.
As in the case ot the larger telegraph systems ol the same nature
there are aerials at both ends of
the system, and there are spark coils
transmitters, plugs and circuits, and
the youthful inventor explains that
while the apparatus in use is not cap
able of transmitting a message more
than a mile or a mile and a half, yet
the use af the same system with a
coil of larger and more powerful dimension will give the required result
at any distance desired, and so perfectly has the apparatus 'been f-oiiml
to work by those who 'have examined
it that lh«pe are a number of residents in thc city who have signified
their intentions of installing the system and making it of general use in
III. Ir homes.
The lad who by his own genius invented this wireless method of trans
others have modelled systems after
a lad employed with Mr. R. Howson,
nnd the process was invented only
during his ol! hours at the shop. How
he came to think of thc wireless machine he explains in his own words—
"My chum and I in Iowa had been
reading thc method of transmitting
wireless messages, and while working
at one of ths ordinary telegraphic
systems we just happened to think of
this."
The lad had also two stations in
lown, and since his leaving there
others haa modelled systems after
his pattern and improved on them
somewhat till now there are sixteen
wireless telegraphic stations in that
city all patterned after the one be
first put inlo use there. A code
used in all cases.
The apparatus in use here would
cost no more than $*" nnd can lie
pd in any kind of weather, damp
weather being preferable. Witn him
in transmitting the first message on
AugtiBt Sth last, was a fellow worker
Wm. Houthworth, a lad but little
older than  the  inventor himself.
Niemeicr is an American by birth
nnd has been working at his invent
ion for the past two or three years.
Local Reciprocity Supporters Organize for fight-Big Meeting Tomorrow Night
An enthusiastic and largely at
tended meeeing of the Revelstoke Liberal Association was held last night
at which plans were formulated for
the coming campaign. The meeting
first heard Hie report of the delegates
who attended the nominating convention at Nelson on Friday, Aug. 18
when Dr. J. H. Kiag, of Cranbrook,
was chosen as thc standard bearer
for the Liberals of Kootenay. The
delegates reporteil a most ciithu-Jias-
tic and unanimous convention, comprising* ninety-six delegates from all
parts of the constituency, and prospects exceedingly bright for redeem -
ing Kooteuay on September 21st.
Olllcers were then elected for the
coming year as follows:
President—Dr.   W.H.   Sutherland.
Vive-Pres.—W. Bews.
Treas.—F. M. Bourne.
Secretary—0. R. Macdonald.
An executive committee of thirty-
five members was also chosen.
The store formerly occupied by
John Hull on McKenzie avenue, has
been secured for committee rooms,
which will be open continuously until
the close of the campaign.
Arrangements were also made for
the public meeting in the opera house
tomorrow night, when Dr. King, tlu
Liberal candidate, and M. A. Mac.
donald, of (Irnnlirook, will address
the electors ol Revelstoke and vicinity on the issues of thc campaign. An
invitation lias been cxtjndj.l to th ■
Conservative Association to have a
representative at tlie meeting to
state their side of thc question, so
that the public may have an opportunity to hear "reciprocity" the
main issue, discussed from all points
Seats will be reserved for the ladies,
and judging from thc interest the
country generally is taking in the
elections, a large aadiencc is anticipated.
bREAT BRITAIN RECO.ERIKG
('.me nn.l hear the facts about reciprocity at the opera hotis-i tomorrow night.
|   Moving Picture* Tonight.
BUSINESSMEN ON TRIP
forge Party teft This Morning
in Interests of Fail Fair
Quito a large number of the busi -
ness men of thc city and memliers of
the Agricultural Society left this
morning on the sieamer Revelstoko
for tho south country, where it is
their intention to hy personal invitation iwrsuade the residents down thero
to take a personal Interest in tho
coming fair, or to at least attend
the exhibition on September 11 and
12 next. Quite a large number of
places will bc visited along the lakes
and considerable literature distributed to advertise the coming event ami
no doubt the trip will result in a
considerable larger attendance thnn
has hitherto been experienced. The
I rip will include a full two day's voy
age, and apart from the pleasure of
tbe trip the citizens will foci that
they have done considerable toward
the advancement of thc exhibition.
Mike Disorders Settled and Perfect Order Expected
London, Aug. 21—The railroads aro
rapidly restoring normal service today and tbe managers confidently expect that by evening all the lines will
he operating almost as smoothly as
hefore thc general strike on the
reads of Great Britain was ordered
lust Thursday night. Tfcrc are some
hitches, but these are believed to be
hut temporury obstacles to the formal puct, assuring better working arrangements between thc employee
and employees, satisfactory to both
sides,
The settlement brought ahout Saturday evening, through thc good offices of the government and board of
trade, provided for the appointment
of sectional conciliation boards, representing both parties, and which
shall undertake to adjust all immediate differences. Tomorrow the membership of the special commission of
lll-quiry will lie nnnouni'Oil. The commission will assume the burden of
wotking out a permanent agreement.
Tho men expect an advance in wages aad concessions regarding the consideration of future grievances and
recognition of the unions. Heretofore
thc railroad companies have positively refused to treat with rcpresenta -
tives of the unionH who are uot in
their own empb y. On tho other huad
tho companies have been assured that
at the next session of parliament the
government will propose legislation
providing that the increase in the
cost of labor, due to improvemeni of
conditions, will bo justification for a
reasonable advaneo of railroad rates
within thc legal maximum.
The men of the London und Northwestern road are still on strike today and thoro was some trouble on
the Midland railway. Additional
troops were sent to Manchester to
assist in relieving the congestion of
freight, at the railway stations. Of
1(1(1,(1(1(1 strikers at Liverpool, moro
than one-third reported for work ear
ly today and the number increased
hourly.
Oo to the Plumbing & Heating Oo
for your plumbing.
TRIPLE TRAGEDY.
Mooso Jaw, SaBk., Aug. 21—
pathetic tragedy took place on Saturday evening on thc farm of .lames
Staples, fourteen miles north of the
city, his three small children, James,
aged nine, Iuntl seven, and Gladys
Irene, agod six, being drowned in a
pond, which was dragged and their
bodies were recovered.
jy ———$j
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel and Tinware
We   can   supply    your
wants in the above line
with the best Goods made
n Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Paints.    We sell them.
Fishing Tackle, Rides, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders in these, and also
carry a very large stock of General Hardware, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE BROS.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
Robbie's Thanks
The Selkiik Grace
Si ire haejmtai an' csnra tut
An' seme ».'d tat ihat want it,
But wc 1 ae meat that we can tat
An' sac lbe Lord he thankit
Use Shamruck Brands
BURNS' HAMS, BACON, LARD
P. Burns CBb Co. Ltd
Revelstoke Heat Market, Ud.
Distributors for Swift's   Prcc'ucis
All our choice fresh killed
Pod". Pork. Mutton, Ytal,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in our new Cold Storage
Cooling rooms and displayed
in the shop for sale in Refrigerating Glass Counters
and Window. We handle
nothing but Swift's Govern-
\ ment inspected meats, silver
leaf laid, Premium hams &
bacon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
"When Good Fellows Get Together
with a stein on the table, ar.d a good song ringing clear."
The bett entertainer for any occasion, "stag" or
otherwise is a
Prices from $15.00 up.    Easy payments.
Over 3000 records to choose from.
Come and hsar somo of the latest hits, sung by
famous comedians, at our store.
Nor' West Talking Machine Co, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
II Wholesale Distributor! fot ProvincM
nt Alberta ind iinti--.ii Colombia
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I ■    BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLA
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Moving pictures tenant.
I WEDNESDAY.   AUGUST   23,   1911
MEH) ^Al^-^CJ^^ILID, BEYSLSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST  23,  1911
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CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters of public interest. Communications lo Editor must be
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Including postage to  England,  United ritaten and Canada.
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Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coal Yet?
PITTSBURG HARD, Furnace Coal   $16 per ton
BANKHEAD COAL (Stove Size) $10.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
WELLINGTON (soft coal) $11.00 per ton
WOOD (16 inch) $7.50 per cord
I
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
j
Reports from Gotch'a camp say thei
hii; fellow has been ottered all kinds!
of inducement should lie detent
Hack in the coming battle. Among
them is a guarantee ot -$50,030 for a
tour of the world. This oiler includes
an option on the receipts, a va'.et for
liis personal attention and two wrestling partners. The ofter also holds
out the additional bait, of a personally conducted big game trip in Africa
to last seven weeks.
NOTIOE
SIS J. H. ESCHMAN
EUROPEAN RAILROAD
SHOWS
Many New and
Sensational Features
I llll*.   IIom*   SMALLEST F.LEPHAHT
Little nemo  ever exhibited
Gbe ADalllberaU)
Irom Buffalo tbis morning, and   will
be escorted to the Sailors' Institute,
where the Oanadian Club will tender
Iiim a luncheon, wbhh promises to tie
unusually magnificent, lu the evening tin' distinguished 'foreigner will
entrain tor Vancouver with his suite.
Ue will be accompanied to Montreal
l.y Commander Taniguchi, and their
secretaries and aides.
The Imperial Consul-General ol
Japan, will come down from Ottawa
to meet the Admiral and the Consul
Hon. Nakamura, will speak at the
luncheon. Count Togo, however, will
not mnke a speech as his knowledge
of Knglish, though fair, makes him
hesitate to speak in public.
Limits   of     Jurisdiction—The     re
mu'inder  of the County  of  Kootenuy
WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST  2S,   1911
SCHOOL RE-OPENS NEXT WEEK
teachers and Pupils Returning
tor First Tinkle of Bell
The   banfl  to  Windermere  road   foi
automobilists has by the recent gur
vey of the road and  th.* decision    ol
tb-e Provincial government been placed  in  tlie  realm of   the  assured      ac
complishnvnts,  nnd   ibis means    willi
the eiisting road  from  Calgary      to
Hand  over  which   iiutus have already
travelled,  that   there   will  be  a  road
clear   through   from   Calgary   to Windermere.   The   question   that       local
people are  naturally  asking  is as to
whether the     Provincial  government
will  allow  ihe  road  to stop    at      a
point  where  the beauties ot the province  are  onl>   commencing,  or    will
their eflorts in future be directed towards owning up auto rosdB further
into   tbo   Interior.   There  are   doubtless a  thousand  and  one      difficulties
to  be  overcome  in  opening  up      tlie
road irom Banfl to Windermere,    and
these same difficulties     will  confront
them if tbey decide to push  their ia
vasions farther into the Interior, hut
these difficulties are not. Insurmount
able.   The Provincial government has
pledged  itself  io  opening  up the  In
terior. and so far these pledges   have
been  fulfilled  to  tbe  extent  of spending   thousands   of     dollars   ot     public
money, and wore  such a road as one
extending west  from Windermere    towards     Beaton  taken  in hand.      the
confidence    of    the people of  British
Columbia, especially  in  the Interior,
would be unbounded.   Such  a road is
poss.l.le ae there Is almost a natural
; ise through the mountains,     c tiled
Pass.   With this road opened
tip there would be an auto roa I clear
through from Calgary to Revelstoke.
■ami it  would  only  be  a  mai ter      of
time till the road  was again extended, till Snail; the     whole     western
country  would     be threaded with a
fine auto mn throutrh from    Calgary
to the roast.
'I
S'est week the school children will
again hear the school bell. To guess
as t*   whether it     will Bound l.ke a
marr..'it'e  )*■*!!   or   a  death  knell   is    a
cincbf
In the stress oi politics lon't (or
ge: thai ■* a iv« .. lali coming ofl
ou September n and 12th s-it to
"Reiipr-kItj wbich Is now a house
hold word tbe ta.r should lx* the
next tiring of importance. We would
- ■■•: the f.nr tiie (lrsi place
but unfortunately tbe country at
large mist .tne In for the greatest
.     *   *
The  way  the  people  turned out    to
the lacrosse match on Thursday  last
■i   for Revelstoke.  The game
was   deserving    ol    the large attend
anee, and is characteristic of the way
that good legitimate sport would Ik>
patronized in  the city if  good  clean |
-;   rU always played the game. This
a.'ternoon a game of football  will l>e
played and it is hoped that the game
:s as well attended   as the lacrosse
game last week,  and that thc  people
get  their   money's   worth   in   football
and  not   in  wrangling  and  brutality.
We hnve no  intention  ot  insinuating
that  the  football      gumes  have  l«cn
cbaract*eri7/ed by brutality and wrung
ling,  but are simply  trying to steer
tbebuncb clear  of any such  possibility.
ADMIRAL TOGO COMING.
Montreal. Aug. 21—Admiral Togo,
tlie di-tlnguished Japanese, will be
the guest of the city of Montreal
today.   Hie     excellency     will arrive
The school hell will ring again next
.Monday for the opening of the fall
erm of the school year, and ia preparation for that event the children
are sadly wending their way homeward from their joyous holidays; are
digging up their books and school
irtlgs, sharpening their iwncils and
marking tune for the premiere march
ui the buildings where they arc prepared for the struggle with the harsh,
cold  world.
On     the  whole the holidays      have
been  happy   ones  for  the  youngsters,
as almost as to a boy or a girl they
Wave      Ireen  reported as leaving    for
some quiet nook or corner where tbey
were  beyond   parental  control       and
ftee to  enjoy     themselves     to their
heart's  content during  the  two months  past,   and  no doubt    when    they
get  together  again  they   will       have
some happy experiences to relate    to
each   other.    Some   Iiave   been   to   tlle
woods,  some to the farm, -ome      ti
ihe water's edge, some to the      big
city, and  doubtless a few  bad  to  re
mn in   at bome bill   in  any   event   tli.'y
can all be counted upon as being happy in the freedom     from     the grey
walls   of     the      school   loom  and   the
uistere     countenances of    the school
master  or school  marm.    Hut   now   it
is iill  over once again and  back they
go to  tbe  same old routine and    the
same old scenes, an.l after all it    is
best   for  them.    Life  would   Inde
lull  if  it  were all  playtime    an.l  th'
world's fields all a playground.
Simultaneous   with   tlie   return       ol
live pupils, the teachers are also wen-
ling   their   way   back   from tin*    Hammer resorts,  and  uo doubts they  will
ilil  be  ou  hand  fm*  tlie  lirst      merry
tinkle   of   the  same  old    chool   bell
whicli    after all    will souitd like     ..
death knell to the youngsters.       Mr.
Colpitts arrived     home on     Mood-ay
from happy  scenes around Albert l an
yon,   Mr.   Robson.   the   new   ass.*-" ...r,'
principal   Oi   the  public school  will  be
here  some  time  this  week,    and    the
rest of    the teachers at ■    ettt* t    on
their way or packing up for tire home
stretch,     and by the tirst of     next
u,-ek   tla-   -hools  will      be  humming
with questii ns and answer* as of yor,.
Mr   Patterson   md ins     bride   will
lie  back   th.   bitter  pai t  ,,( this
M.ss Ballantyne, ,i  new recruit      to
this city, will take thc department
vacated by Mlas Hums, while Miss
Hyatt will be given * hai *.■•* ol tbe
department recently   held     by   Miss
Kinney.
It is sad  to    havi*  to get.    bark    to
work,   but   it   is   life's   inexorable     de
crec  that "by  the sweat.     of      their
brow  shall  they  earn  their  brew! "
MISSING LAWYER LIFT LETTER
Mystery Regarding Disappearance
of II. A. Stewart Deepens
Nelsoo, Aug. 21—The mystery of II.
A. Stewart's extraordinary disappear
ance on August 111* has been deepened
by the discovery of a letter in his
uptown residence, the substance of
which reads:
"I have contemplated tbis -st.-p fulsome time and think that this it a
propitious time for me to take this
step."
The story told by friends of the
family, who are extremely reticent re
gatnling thc document, is that it was
found on Aug. 13 hy a nurse employed by Mis. Stewart, who with the
missing man and family has lived
across thc lake all summer and who
held tbe letter until Aug. 15. Pie-
vioos to Aug. IH the house, which
was empty had been throughly searched and no letter seen, anil those
engaged in the search cannot understand how it could hnve been on the
table since Aug. HI. as one searcher
nt least looked  particularly    for uny
Tne letter is signed "H.A.H.," the
initials of the missing lawyer and is
dated August 1(1. No suggestion is
made by friends of Stewart as to tlle
! exact meaning of the words " This
step" used in the document.
The     existence ol the letter      was
kept dark until  yesterday.
Uevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
. Take notice tbat sixty days after
date Dominion Sawmills and Lumber Ltd.. of Revelstoke. B. 0., a
Lumber Compnny intend to apply to
the Minister of Lands for permission
to purchase O.M0) Two hundrtd and
forty acres of tend described as follows:
Commencing at  a  post planted    21)
chains  south  from   the   South    East
corner  of  Pearsons  I're-Kmption, Lo
3092,  Group  One,   Kootenay   District
aial     marked    "D. B.M.  & L.  Ltd.,
South   West  Corner  Post,"       thence
north     GO     chains,    theuce    east 40
chains, thence south fid chains, thence
west 40 chains  to the  point of commencement.
Dated this Sth day of August, 1911.
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Ltd.
Ag.19-60     By  James England, Agent
IC   ARENIC    IC
13 NOVELTIES   I v
INCLUDII»J
The Atrial Weydts, Leon Sisters, Hatsu
Troupe Japanese Ju&glers, Orke & De
Lisco, Equilibrists, Heroic Animal Acts
Funny Clowns Galore.
WARNING!!
Don't leave your Coal orders too late.   You can get your
choice of the following right now.
Best Grade of Pennsylvania Hard Coal.
Wellington Soft Coal.        Comox Soft Coal.
Nicola Soft Coal.  Cordwood in all lengths.
Your Credit is Good - Prices Right
S. G. ROBBINS,   - FIRST STREET
PHONE No. 60
STREET PARADE at Noon
LEAVE HOME EARLY — BE ON TIME
THK DATE IS POSITIVELY FIXED
Revelstoke, B.C., Tuesday, Aug. 29
GOURLAY  PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
Cull ami see them.    Let us  give you the  rensou
whv they are the besl lhat money can buy.
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter fcLeeming's
Gherhard Heintzman. and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
J\    BIlsTG-HAM
Photos! Photos! Photos!
Get your Photos ut thf TRURMAN STUDIO and bu satisfied.
All Work Guaranteed, lt will be your own fault if you accept
anything thai iloesnot folly please you.
BABY    PHOTOS   A   SPECIALTY
Developing umi Printing Tor Amateurs,   Trices Right.   See me
before sending work out of town
A. D. Toumer, Photographer
Over Macdonald's Drug Store,
New pictures ut  Bdison tonight.
Trdeman Studio
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CURZGN    CLOTHING
is known and
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B. C. Sheriffs
Tin' following appointments ait ol
Dei-ally gazetted In the latent In *
the  It.   Cl.   tbizi'tu'
Sheriff ot North Bant KootOMy,
Henry Oonnell Moore; pout office nl
drcKH. Cold-en.
Limits ot Jurisdiction—Thai por
tion ot the County of Koritc.nny em-
bnu'eil Hi tbe Columbia Klectorul
District.
Khcrifl ot North Went Kootenuy,
Willium J. I.nw; pott olMri! iidilreKfi,
Itevelstoke.
Limits  of Jurisdirtlon-Tbnt    por
tion   Of  the County   of   Kootenuy  em
braced   In  th?     Revelwtokc  Electoral
District.
Sheriff of rtouth Kootenuy, Hnmuel
Parker Tuck; post office address, N»l-
Curzon     Clothing is sold ■•. ■•••.     Every garm mt
turni ' House of < urzon."
J ity an.l fit lied io tbi  pr idm ing of
*   garment, and  it   * rea on that "The Curzon.
*
It uloriog has   ba tr  among
men residing in Canada, for by mean   of thi   ' service
■ *
rl     ami can secure  their clothing at very httl" more
man in the  11 try.
Curzon     -i20  Suit  or Overcoat  for  $8.60        an
m*e tment,    Built entirely ol Engl i l>y
ts,' ut by artists, it embodies .ill thi i   features
that go to make a shapely and trment.    1
why   our  'bulling   is   sold    ■ th - guarantee, a
guarantee   made  without  any  retti I
not equalled by anv tailoring house on either tide o( tbn
Allan ti' , i.e.,  to  refund  money m  full  when-
lci  *i*      not given.
Mado   from   Real   British   Materials.
SEND POST CARD FOR FREE PATTERNS.
Pill in a  posl card  ind address sam'  I * low, a-,kinj»
for our latest assortment '■! miter.* that «uh patterns,
1, pl iu     nd coi   ili le instruction's for accu
If measurement, tape measure, aU ent I
paid.   We dispatch vour ordi I i do not
approve, return Ihe goods, and wi  will refund the money. ^^^^^^^^
M'l'lr  ••*«*,    tor    Pull' I'm I
OUBZon m-toi.   no tms CLOUOHSM BVNOicaTr IOsW        >• «*■» apadlna »v«mu*», Toronto, Ontario.
SUIT OR OVERCOAT TO MEASURE nS^ST from $8.60
Tho World'*
MoMsurn  Tailor*.
SO 62    CITY    ROAD,    LONDON,    ENGLAND.
West and Ooooti pimssoki Houir. isa * laa oxforu ctrbbt, London, bnoland.
I'lr.t.r ttttatitia tin. /»*-i/vr
I———  II  ^^^^^^^^^
At Hotel Revelstoke, Wednesday-Thursday, Aug. 23-24
Your Electric Fixtures
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and they will immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained etherwise.
Don't swear when the lights go out.   Let us do that
for you.
A. G. DUCK,   ■   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
Save Your Horses!
Provender is dear and so is horse flesh, but light running
wagons and buggies are cheap.
The evolution of the Farm and Road Vehicles has kept pace
with modern scbuice and uow we are offering ,
All Spring-Steel Wagons
fitted oul with perfect roller-bearing running gear just as cheap as
the old-fashioned wooden framed wagon. They run lighter aud
easier and wear longer.
Those who purchased them are our most satisfied customers.
You don't have to lake off the wheels to grease them; the)' are
dust proof caps and carry a much heavter load than tbe ordinary
wagon.
A full supply of buggies of the newest makes also garden and
farm implements, ask us about them.
S. McMAHON
First Street, Weat, - Opposite Post Office
•
/The Envy
of her
Neighbors
il the woman whose kitchen shines with a handsome, roomy range—whose
fiee beams with the satisfaction afforded by a perfect cooking equipment.
For every woman wants ■ good stove.   Whether she does her own
cooking or not, she
are prepared on it,
having the hest.
satisfies that pride;
bor's envy. Gurney-
ranges carry every
convenience, econ
eats the meals that
•nd (eels ■ pride ia
GURNBY - OXFORD
justifies the neigh-
Oxford stoves end
known feature oi
nmy   and   control
1
with some new points ol excellence that ire exclusive.
First of all is the lever that holds. No danger of the fire going out
between meals. The Oxford Economizer will bold the heat at * low ebb
till you want it; t'ten turn the handle, and your stove is hot in ■ jiffy.
Besides this saving of time and worry it saves ia fuel to the actual extent
ol one ton in six.
THE DIVIDBD FLUB STRIP is the envy of all women who bake,
lt guides the heat equally along sides, hack and front of the oven.
Let us demonstrate these and other strong advantages of the Gurney-
Oxford line. We have stoves for every purpose, every fuel, and a variety
of prioes.
Lawrence Hardware Company, Ltd. WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST  23,  Mil
THE  IMLA.IL-HIEIR^k.IlID,   REVELSTOKE
WEDXESDAT,   AUGUST   23,   1911
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THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIB EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL,- $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to eflect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS A230
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH-F. M. GIBSON. MGR
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 Repairer*,
Snddlers
Harnass Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATED|l85B
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund -    $4400,000
lias 77 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS
At all Branohes.
BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
^IT SURE IS HOT !»
But is always cool at the greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Ideal Plaee to spend the Summer Holidays.    Natural
Hot Wuter Baths, I'll degrees of heat.
Rales from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Write ui for particular*.   Wm. Boyd, Manage
GKET  -WXSIEI
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 known him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
m lling are the liest. Call and be
convinced. No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Spcclnl Scotch Whiskey) our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
.'!■" years old or Blaok berry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Bold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TRE    I S
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own Nurseries
on the Coldstream  Estate
V. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, B, C, Revelatoke, B. C
WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
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The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers sad Dealers In Purs Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
Francis Joseph*, Emperor of Austria
and King of Hungary, celebrated a
melancholy birthday. The passing of
his eighty-first milestone fitwlB the
aged ruler growing perceptibly weaker, and be is, in all probability, near
ing his end.
New post offices have recently been
opened at Hydah, L/nwn Hill and
Lasqueti, all in Ihe Comox-Atlin district. **
A strong London syndicate has acquired (rum the Vancouver holders a
block of 48,000 acres ol Copper river
coal lands, and will at once expend
•JlilKI.000 in development of thc property.
Mr. O. Higman of Vancouver, has
been appointed inspector of gas and
electricity for the western division of
the Dominion, which includes British
Columbiu and the three prairie provinces.
Extra pay in Naval service is to be
eliminated as far as possible, and
announcement in today's Oazette l>as-
ed on the recommendation of the
technical officers of thc department,
says tbat "a more generous scale of
pay is provided in the naval service
of Canada than in the imperial navy,
and therefore payment of extra pay
may justly be dispensed with except
in special  cases."
The Kootenay Central Railway Co.
has been at work grading from Golden for 40 miles south. The grading
of the line for this distance will be
completed by fall.
What promises to be a nation-wide
movement on the part of union bakers against the aggressions of tlie
bread trust has been started in New
York ciey.
Mrs. Augusta S. Wentworth, of
Seattle, is the first woman juror to
ba excused from service. She was relieved from duty because she would
not lie allowed to pick the cases
whicli she  would  try.
Two men were killed and a third
wounded when troops fired into a
mob at Llanelly. It is asserted that
a mob of strikers invaded the rail -
wuy lines and resisted soldiers who
were sent to disperse them. The mob
tied when fired on.
The dead body of Mrs. Ruth King,
who lived "at 1833 Fourth avenue,
westo, was found on Kitsilauo lieach,
near Vancouver, shortly after 8
o'clock Saturday morning. She had
fett borne to go iu swimming at hall
past 5 and it is presumed that »ne
took cramps and was unable to
reach shore.
The International Typographical
Union in convention at San Francisco, passed a resolution expressing as
the sense of the convention that all
members of the union should refuse
to patronize Chinese laundries, restaurants  and  other  establishments.
Mr. Jas. Kennedy of Gibson's Land
ing, wns saved from certain death by
Mr. John Hicks. He was digging a
well and gas was struck,
A lockup is being built at Sealey.
There are two hundred boy scouts
at Victoria.
A post office bas been opened at
North Kamloops.
At Merritt the Grand hotel has
been granted a license.
The population ol Savonna has increased five  hundred tbis summer.
In Vernon spring chickens are selling at from H to <5 a dozen.
Many persona have been swindled by
a bogus mail order grooery house in
Toronto.
Lnrkford is the name of the new
townaire that bas been put on the
market near Hazelton.
Philip Buach, a farmer of Brady,
Wash., was stung once by a bee aad
died in thirty minutes.
Aid. Tanner sayB that the lots in
Rossland aie assessed at from two
to twenty times their value.
For the past four years the output of the two creameries at Chilliwack has been 500,00O pounds of butter annually.
An Indian by tbe name of Bill
Lane has been fined J50 for failing to
extinguish a camp-fire up the Cold-
water river.
In Rupe a bartender was recently
fined $1 for selling liquor to a min-
ir. The minimum fine provided by
law is ?100 for this offence.
There iB a large deposit of Epsom
-■alts in a natural state at Keremeos
It is estimated that tlie lake contains 70,000 tons ol salts, 98 per
cent.  pure.
Tbere is trouble in Rupe over the
prevalence of gambling in thnt city.
The chief of police was recently ctn-
sured because he made a raid without a warrant.
The season for beavers does
open until November.
In July there were 53 deaths
95 births in Victoria.
not
and
The dog cntcher in Vancouver killed on an average of three hog6 a
day.
Afire was recently started in a Vancouver restaurant by a mouse chewing matches.
In Ros-Jland the hotelB pay a license of $300 a year, and the snloons
$UO0. Witba view to weeding out the
poorer ones the license will be raised
next January.
A party of settlera from California
recently arrived at Fort George by
the wagon route. It took -them three
months to make the trip between
Ashcroft and  South Fort George.
A Chinaman in Victoria has been
sent to jail for stealing a pair of
chickens.
Deaf and dumb mutes are not permitted to beg in Victoria unless
they have a permit.
At Stewart, George E. Hayes was
fined $300 lor having liquor on his
premises nt Bitter Creek.
There are eight* licensed hotels in
Barkersvllle. According to its population this is probably the biggest
numlier in B. O.
The Duke of Sutherland has pre -
sented the province of British Columbia with six Scottish red deer. Arrangements arc now being made to
ship them across the sea.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of James
E. Long, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
creditors and others navihg claims
against thc Estate of James E.
Long, late of Revelstoke, B. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke on or
about the 12th day of June, 1911,
are requested to send to tbe undersigned, Solicitors for Rev. C. A.
Procunler, Executor of the last will
of said deeensed, within UO days from
date, full particulars of their claims,
duly verified, and that after that
date the said Execdtor will proceed
to distribute the said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
had only to those claims of which
said Executor shall have then received notioe.
Dated August 16th,,1911.
HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor for Rev. C. A. Procunier,
Executor nf tlie last will of
Deceased.
BREWERY   FOR  SALE.
Under instructions the undersigned
Solicitors for the Executor of the
last Will of the late James E. Long,
of Revelstoke, B. C, a brewer, deceased, invite tenders for the purchase of the business and property
known as "Long's Brewery" at Revelstoke. The area of the land is be-
tweeu five and six acres with a good
stream of water running through it.
The buildings and improvements consist of a brewery and dwelling and a
profitable brewing business has been
carried on there during several years
past.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to and Including
September 15th, 1911, for the purchase of the property.
Further particulars, if desired, may
be obtained from  the undersigned.
HARVEY, McCARTER •& PINKHAM,
Solicitor  for the Executor.
CERTIFICATE  OF  IMPROVEMENT.
NOTICE.
Broadview (Fractional) L. H. and
Indiana Mineral Claims, situate in
the Trout Lake Mining Division of
West Kootenay DiBtrict.
Where looated:—On Great Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I, O. B. N.
Wiikie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited,
Free Miner's Oertiflcate Numnbcr
B25597, intend, sixty days from
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder lor a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the abeve
claims,
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of suoh Oertilionte
of Improvements.
Dated this 17th day of August,
1911.
O.  B.  N. WILKIE,
Trout Lake. B. 0.
WANTED-Sltuation as Marine Bn-
gincr, accustomed to passenger and
tug boats, 2nd ClasB Oertiflcate. —
Apply Mall-Herald Office.
TO RENT—Small Cottage, overlooking Lower Town.   Apply Drawer B.
LOBT—Diamond Rln-g, between Sixth
Street and Poet Office. Finder will
receive liberal reward by presenting
fame at Mall-Herald Office.
Department of the Naval Service.
A competitive examination will be
held iu November next at the exam-
nation centres of the Civil Servico
Commission for the entry of Naval
Cadets for tbe Naval Service of Canada; there will be 25 vacancies.
Candidates must be between the
ages of 1.4 and IG years on the 1st
of January next; must be British subjects and must have resided, or their
parents must have resided in Canada
for two years immediately preceding
the examination; short periods of absence abroad for purpose of education
to be considered as residence.
Successful cnudiuutes will join the
Royal Naval College at Halifax in
January next, the course at the
College is two years and the cost to
parents, including board, lodging,
uniform and all expenses, is approximately $400 for the first year and
i'2M for the second year.
On passing out ot College, Cadets
will be rated Midshipmen, and will
receive pay at the rate of i'2 per
diem.
Parents of intending candidates
should make application to the Sec.
retary Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, before 15th October next.
Further information can be obtained on application to the Secretary,
Department of Naval Service, Ottawa
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be paid 'for.
G.  J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa,  August 1st,  1911.
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson & Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
pronation
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
60 $  a pound
In commemoration of the coronation of
King George V," Riilpways » have put on the
market a coronation tin oi a most picturesque
and exquisite design, bcnrinn excellent porlrans
of King George V, Queen Mary anil the 1'riin.c
of Wales. Special panels have been designed
representing Canada, India, Africa, Australia
ami New •iland.
Only a limited number have been impoitcd.
l'rice OOc. for one pound tins.
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^Vancouver B.C.^
SM/ohh Cure
quickly .lop. coudha,  enres
lb. Ibr'j.l ud lunds.      •   .  •
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get your Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). S/?abv,   -    Vroprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    Firet-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.
X.   ALBEET     STOISTE      JP^IOJP.
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
—WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoko
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
UNION HOTEL
ARKOWHKAl), h. r.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
roomB. Finest scenery in British ColutB-
bia, overlooking tipper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Five Acre Lot
Suitable for subdivision
Close to City Limits
PRICE $800
Half Cash Balance on Terms
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 8rd St. and Robson ave
Shop in Alley back of B. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinds  neatly d .ne
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates given on any class
of work
Front       Street.
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Estate and Insuranoe
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St.
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
Slioes, Pauls, Sox, Shirts
Blanket* and everything
required inyour business.
FIRST-CUSS
SHOE SHINING
and Office Cleaning
Perrons wishing their offices
or stores cleaned can do so
by leaving orders at
Morgan's
BarberShop
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manufactured for ah oiaatea nf   bai Id tuff
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK6
Por anle in I tir.,** or small (jt'aotitiea
at tha lowest prices for nt -h
AU kinds nf building mul plastering
undertaken
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
iirrs   colrfa,   h*'nlf
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invittd.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
/ G0NZAGA COLLEGE 1912
Conducted hy the Jemilt rathera as a
boftnlinic anil day schuol, mien upon Its
jnhiliT year, with a well known record of
■in..I) |io»(re«. and Hurrnw. In ils present
• tali' ..f il,<t.*l.i|.inciil. wiih Ils mi.iii|i!,*i.i
-Introf fomiK'tenl prnfcsorii and ils np-L>-
J.iti* equipment n offer*, tciay tin* iw*,t
.-Iin*.ui,,, «! roclhiles of any iusMiiiiion in
Iheoonhwwt Knll '■ollegiate |,lKh kcoooI
and i niiiiniTvial OOQfaaa, also prf |ku alury
dcparlnii nt Ioi yonngpr sludrnM List
rears enrolment Ml) Fall term oiiens on
Sept. li. mil. CitalOKUii on applnalion.
Addnwi President, tfuii/.aga I'tilf. ku, Hno*
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HOLY MMES ACADEMY IND NORMAL SCHOOL
Spokane, Wash.
CiitalcKiie and Kates un Amplication,
Address :     Sihtkr Hl'l'KKioK.
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable French regulator; norr (ails.  Thew
pill* are exceedingly powerful In regulating the
ttf nf rat: ve portion of the female lyi tern.   Ktfuae
Dr.d«Ywt ar« to
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[Ai box, or three for 110,
Tha (Mwbell Drag Co
Sold at Macdonald's Drug Store
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known to have a very good team
Thia afternoon at live o'clock the
local football team will try conclusions with tbe Vernon boys on the recreation ground.- at the foot of McKenzie  avenue,  and  it  is  anticipated
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The inevitable,     which   was looked
upon as a possibility and not us    a
probability,  happened  at the Van-
that a big louniout will be present to couver-New       Westminster      lacrosse
witness the pame as it will be on.'of game on Saturday last,      when     tbe
the beat that has ever been played tn players from tbo hunks . I the Fraser
tbe city.   As is  well known the Ver- took the game from the hoys of   the
non team holds the championship for mainland,    Krom     the     time it   wa I
tbe Interior and it is the ambition of known that th..'   game    was to take
the Revelstoke bunch to wrest     that place bhe Vain* uiver In,    counted on
honor  from them.   Kor that  purpose having  the  Min.o cup  In  ih -ir mits,
famous toe    hold     "beaten     to     a
frazzle,"  !'■'■■ a  M  nap r  Klank    ic ,i.*;
. th ii w, re the Bne pi a a th ■ " ll i
covers mn le public, i ha anth ril *.* i
Imme Habely would le ' I b b ivin il
It, owing to the di iperate atriiita in
which   it    puts the man who is   un-
! lucky mh '.Ml; : o [all into I'.i" trap.
11 hardly app< ars possil le that if a
new hold worth anything l i the
champion has boon discovered or invented it would be allowed to become
public, but tbe "expert" referred to
describes It to a certain extent and a
person well up in th ■ mat gams,
probably could solve some way to
break It. At nny rate, this is what
"expert" says,
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b ■',! has  the too 1        ■■■ ■'■■ *       ";**   a
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ankle  un I   thigh  ai     ' I   .      I on i n
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, tend   to twi ni H   o to nds    o
strain,"
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this new  terror th    an
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M  ni . r  Klank  I *. .ii,. hu; ity tor tb *
st i    ment tint th" champion has still
ill .Uur  hold   which  will win  JtiBt  as
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ill  Its feel bled,      Phis ■   11*. d  th ■
"I'iii'hip"  and results ol its use    ve,
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86, Mailed to any nddrc . The Sooboll Drug
b.< Min*.*.i, Ont.
tbe local levotees ol the pig skin
bave been putting In some strenuous
practices and iy the time the game
1- callej will lie in excellent shape to
give tire visitors the time ol their
lives to retain the honors of the In
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New Physical Director of the local Y. M,
C   A., who   conies from   Kort  William lo
'..ike up the work here on Sept, 16th
game will Iw filled with exciting iu-
e,dents, and those who attend nre
promised the worth of their money.
The game will be culled sharp at
five o'clock, and every citizen who delights in clean sport should be on
hand at the first toot of the whistle
to see th? game. Admission 50 cents
Tickets can be procured from any ot
the boys on the team or at any of
the pool rooms in thc city.
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The cricketers from Salmon     Arm
who were here on Saturday last to
play the all-day game with the local [
cricket team, bad tbe time of their
lives, but sad to relate tbey got the
worst ot it in the game, tbc final
score in favor of tlie local t-am at
th* end of tiie mutch bclng-166 87.
Thus the local team won out by B
score of tis runs. However, sum. .*>.
collect plays were accredited to the
visitors, Grell, A. Meek and W. Meek
doing some splendid work for the
.Salmon Arm bunch, wnile the honors
to tbe local team were accredited to
Brier, Allwood and Maley, they coming out with scores respectively ol 54
31 and 11, while Field, who was not
out when the game was called, sc-
cured 10 runs to bis credit.
In the bowling for the home team
Wallace took 3 wickets for 11 runs.
Fleetham 2 wickets for 8, Maley 2
wickets for IJ, Allwood 1 wicket tor
10. Bonallo 2 wickets for 2, For the
visitors ff. Meek Took :i wicket*, (or
tl, Grell 3 wickets for 31, Barlow J
wickets l.,r 13, and Verity 1 W
for 27 runs.
Tbe visitors were in the evening
entertained by the local boys at the
Bdison theatre anl it had been de-,
cid-ed that another game Bhould tie |
played tbe ' Hi * I 8 day, but on account of the rain the visitor left on
the early morning train.
The More for  Saturday's game wan.
as fotiOWl
REVELSTOKE
Pteetham ■ owled Grell   3
■Barnes   bowled   Grell I
Brier bowled Barlow M
AHwo id   run  out, bowli >'.  Barb
Wadafe e,  and ti   Fleetham
Boui !*'     i *.''.'    * db   W    M ek ..,   l
M;,i->   I owled Verity li
Bonallo caught tt b. Barton
Ballard i    Bart *•.    ti.  M.<-k ,
1-VelJ   not oul
Parker   bowled  ilr»l)
K\tras	
but  as the old proverb
Is many a slip, etc." Thai Blip occurred mid ihe champions of 11110 still
hold the coveted trophy, thou ,h tor
Imw long is a matter for mill ll Ci 11
jeel ure and for much concern t
teams and a husl ol sympathisers on
both •'i'lll'*;. As the games now stand
Vancouver has flve wins to their cred
■it and four losBes, while New V*.'.*..;
minster has four wins and live losses.
Should iheii the latter win the next
game, which is quite within the
realm of possibility, then a tie again
exists, and the possession oi tha
Minto cup rests on the outcome of
the gamo following, Needless to say
that even at this distance excitement,
and Interest in the iinnl outcome is
at fever heat, and doubtless if thai
gAtne is necessitated there will be
ninny a lacrosse fan [rom this city
who will want, to witness the game
that means so much tn llie cutest -
.nits and the citiei they ropreseni, Jt
will he a game worth going twice the
distance to witness, and it is quite
probable Mint the local fans will
wanl to arrange with the railroad for
an excursion to V ineouver t" see the
game.
It is hoped thai any ren  hie request made oi the railroad by tb'
citizens will bo acceded to.
Chicago,    Aug. 19—George
,'nschmi.lt,  who is  to wrestle
pion     Frank Gotoh for tho
weight  wrestling  title  of tho
*.n   Labor   Uny   nt     Oomiskry
no.ht   just   as  well  repack  his
and hie himself  to the full   * li
credence van be placed In the repi r b
thai  come from tho Humboldt,    la.,
i'.imp regal ding the condition of    the
farmer mat artist and whal    h     In
tends tn do once begets the Russian
Lion Into the ring.
An "expert," who refuses the
his name,  declares  that  Gi tch      haa
discovered a new bold whicli h ts the
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FOURTH   ANNUAL
Fall
Revelstoke,
B.C.
in
165
BALMON ARM,
Grell bowled  Wallace    „ in
Merton  bowled  Maley       l
Bowden c. Brier, b, Fleetham     *t
Fortune c AUwood, b. Fleetham
Raville  bowled   Wallace  	
Harlow bowled Wallace ,..   I
Linglord c. Maley, b. AUwood i
A. Meek bowled  Bonallo 16
W,   Meek,   not   out     23
Verity c. Bourne, b. Bonallo .......     i
Jameson  bowled Maley      2
Extras     '•*
87
Ofl Monday. September ith (LabOf
Tjayi the Revelstoke cricket team will
meet the    Kamloopi team In roni.ni
at the local grounds. Tbe game of
Labor Day will dotfbtleil be ■ rood
pne a. tbe visitors Irom    Kamloops
n    _ s
S5,000  IN   PRIZES-
Agricultural and Fruit I ts. •'  ultry, Ladies' Work
Homo Made Cooking and Pn hirers' bxhibits
GOOD HORSE RACING AND       iAL ATTRACTIONS
ne Thiru I
Special Railway R i
for the Round Trip to the  , I Exhibition
Music by the City Band
SEE THE SPECIAL PI I FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
FROM SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
^
A. McRAE. Pres.
■■W^-W ill ii »■<■»•-r..vjfl
F. B. WELLS. Treas.    W. B. ROBERTSON. Sec
Hut mineral bnlIts especially recommended for im.; ids and those iu need of
toning up.
I'lscliisive li.itli provided for ladies, J'>
Private Roomi   liainlsomely fitted up.
Kales $1..in in-y  per  day, or $10 per
Will..
H    COUSINS,   PROP.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
The Dominion [lections
will soon be on
bo also will be
Ilie Shooting Season
Game Heads Mounted by
TAXIDERMIST EDWARDS
P   O.  Box 31
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory is now running and
«t* are in a position to supply nil kinds
nl fruil und vegetable boxes und crates,
Those wbo have not already sent m.
iiuii older- should do sc al once as they
uie coming in fast, nud <ce would like lo
deliver all orders in good lime' Oui'
taxes are equitl to any on the market
ami prices can be had on application ta
S. McMahon, Kevelstoke, orlo
THE IEIUGIU LUMBER CUMF1HY, LTD,
Salmon Ann, U. C.
KOOTENA\      LODGE,   No.   ',
nud \. Td.
Regular meetings are held iu MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
ou tbe Third Monday iu each month
at 8 p. m. ViBiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Becretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE  12,  1. 0.  0. F.
Meets overy Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. ViBiting
brethren  cordially  invited.
J.  S. HOOLEY,  N.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  S4G1.
OF I,  0. P.
Moots in I. i).. O. F. Hall noit to
Tapping's Opera Houao every second
uud fourth Mouduy iu month. Visiting brethion cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, 0. R.
WM.  B.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Beo.
GOLU RANGE LODGE,      K.  ot    P.,
NO.   2li,   KEVELSTOKE,   B.   0.
Meots evory   Wednesday  oicopt   the
Third Wednesday of ouch month      iu
Oddfellows'  Hull at 8  o'clock.  Visiting Kuights aro cordially iuvitod.
J.  Y.  SIMPSON, 0. 0.
G. H. BROCK, K. oi R. & B.
M. ol F.
O. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No. 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Weduee-
duys    in euch  mouth iu    Selkirk
Hull.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially  invited to attead
H. W. EDWARDS, Coa. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKSj;
COLU.V.LIA   DISTRICT
HIGHWAY      BRIDGE,      COLUMBIA
RIVER,  SP1LLIMA0HBNE,  B.O.
GALENA P. 0.
In the Matter of Chapter 115  "Navigable Waters Protection Act,"
It. B. C, l'JOli.
NOTICE is hereby given that drawings anl description of the .site ol a
proposed bridge over the Columbia
River, at Galena Buy, B. C, have
been deposited with the Minister of
Public Works, Ottawa, and duplicates
thereof with tho Registrar ol Deeds,
at Nelson, H. 0., and that, thirty
days after date, the Hon. tli" Minister of public Works in the Govern
ment ol British Columbia will apply
to the Governor-General In Council
for approval thereof.
J.   a,  GRIFFITH,
Public. Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria,  July 21st. l'Jll   Ag.20.
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Ill II Ml 111
Rebate on Taxes For 1911
A discount of twenty per cent, will
be allowed upon tbe     General     un.l
School  Rute for current year,  upon
all Taxes  paid     •   or  belore  Septem-
er  20th  prox.
By Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Aug.2, Sept. 2U City Clerk
Water Notice
I, ii. 0. Wallls,     of    AiTowiie.ui,
 it,      Ki\o   notice  tbul   on   tbe
28th day o! August, I intend to apply to tii,* Watei Commissioner, ut
ins oiticc in it,, ei. toko, for u license
to i il.c. .iml use li) Inehes of water
fi i Hn. is Creek in Kootenuy District. Tbo water is to bt taken from
the Bream about one bundled feet
above, and i.i to bo used on land
owned by applicant for irrigation
ami domestic purposes.
II. C. Wullis.
NOTICE
Uevelstoko  Land Distiict.
I   ol    ■■ i*  t   Kootenay.
Take nol li *  that 1, ,!. 0, Elliot, of
\i i o'Alii'.iil, II. ('., occupation, physician, intends to apply lor permission
to    purchase bbe following described
Oommenelng at a post planted neat'
N.w. col ner posl  "l let 1158 and run-
'    chain     ii.      thenoe    60
chains  east,   tbence  GO  chains  south,
thenco ' 0 elm,a i yest to the point of
Commencement   and  marked   "J.    c.
Kiln,is  B,   w.   Corner  Post,       son
i.,11,,1. • ii acres mors or less.
Dated August "th, UU.
J. 0. ELLIOT.
Per H. Armstrong, Agent.
UAKVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank   Builihug  Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Lean.
Olilcos—Rovelstoko,    B.   0.,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. B. MeCarter,
A. M. Piukkaui, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoko, Cranbrook
UOBERT SMITH,
Provincial Laud  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Eugiueering
Mckenzie avb.,
box 1%,  revelbtoke.
-NOTICE.
Certificate ol impiovomcnt.
Wukctield, Helen, Colorado, Dol
Norte, Del Key, San Juau, Delta,
uud Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate iu the Lm '■ a*. Mining Division
o; West Kooleua, District. Whore
located:—on Mubuwk Creek.
Take Notice that 1, A. H. Green,
acting aB ugiut for John R. Himry,
Special Free .Miner's Certilicate No.
iiSlU, intend, sixty hays Irom date
heicuf, to upply to tbo Mining Recorder lor Cortllicalea ol Improvements, lor lho purpose ol obtuiBiiig
CYown Grants ol ihj above claims.
And lurther take notice that action
under section *o, must bo commenced
before tbe issuuuco ol such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2Ulh day ot October, A.
D., 1910.
A. H. GREEN.
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land Distiict
District oi West Kooteuay
lAKIi NOTI-UU that 1, Samuel W.
Kalstonoi llairisoiibuig, Virginia, occupation Photographer, intends to apply
ior permission lo pnri huso the lollowing
ilesuii'ci I.inu*.:
Commencing at u post planted adjacent to tlie southwest cornci ol Lot Bl"Hj!
theuce norili su chains; we t 40 chains,
.south bu chains; east 4u chains to point
oi commencement and containing -J2U
,u i c more oi Less.
SAMUBL VV. RALSTON.
Jiiiuc*. lisber Agent,
I |Daled June 12th, Wll.
NOTICE.
Revelstoko  Laad  District.
•istrict ol Wc*"   I      '''nay.
Take  notice   that  1,   li.i.  v   .li.hu
stun,  ol  Arrowheu-4,  B.   C,    cupu -
lms  Mei chant,  intends to apply lor
permission te purchase  Ihe lollowing
described  lands:
Commencing at a posi planted ut
abeut three hundred yurds soutk ol
Creek on sand point about two miles
north of Cape llora on Upper Anew
Lake, running twenty chains sorth,
thenco eighty chains cast, tbeneo
twenty chains south, tbence eighty
chains west along the lake short to
paint ol co inin* in cun nt aud containing one huiiilrcl and sixty acres more
or Icsb.
Dated July 10th, Kill.
HARRY   JOHNSTON.
NOTICE
Uevelstoko Land  District.
DiBtrict ol West Kootonay.
Take notico that 1, Josiah Hack,
ot Revelstoke, B. C, occupation hair
dresser, intends to apply for por-
miK.ion to purchase the lollewing do-
scribed  Ian.In.
I'emmenciiii; at a pott planted at
about tkc south cast cornet of Harry
Johnston's application Id purchase,
and running north fully chaise,
tbence cast Bixty ohatns, thence south
forty chains, thenoe west sixty duties
along   the   Lake  shore   to  point      ol
commencement   ami containing three
hundred and twenty acres more     or
less.
Dated July 17th, 1911.
JOBMH HACK,
* lOfa
WEDNESDAY,   AUGUST 23,  19II
the zmla.iii-:h::e:r.a.:ii:d, revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   AUGUST  23,   1911
1
f
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. B- Jtum * Co.. Jtimited
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.
Grand Clothing Demonstration Saturday, Aug. 25\
Watch Our McKenzie Avenue Window on Saturday
We will have a clothing expert in our window
on Saturday for the purpose of showing you why
you should buy 20th
Century " Bench Tailored " c 1 o thes. Clothes
that are made from the
newest fabrics on the
most stylish lines, and
tailored by experts.
Watch for the man
who will illustrate the
many fine points of
twenty-two styles in
Overcoats, and sixteen
styles in Suitings. Don't
buy your Fall Suit until
you have seen him, and
examined our large and
up-to-date line of this
season's styles in the famous 20th Century garments.
New Tailored Suits
Of Beauty and Distinction
Your suit MUST be right; style
MUST be up-to-date; material
MUST be good, and most important point of all—fit and workmanship MUST be perfect.
BOYS'   FURNISHINGS
School starts within a week. You are looking for the most desirable and snappy
garments in boys' wear that you can find. See us, our specialty is boys' clothing. Ask
the boy what kind of a suit he prefers; nine times out of ten he will tell you "Lion Brand."
Why? Because he knows that Lion Brand clothing holds its shape until completely worn
out, and consequently always looks well. YOU will be satisfied that it wears longer than
any other line on the market. Dress the boy well in a good, serviceable, snappy suit and
he will respect it and care for it. Dress him in a shabby, ill-fitting suit and he will do just
the reverse.
Our special Bloomer Suit in dark tweed, double seats, elbows and knees—$5.
Our special blue serge Bloomer Suit, sizes 32 to 35, for larger boys.    Just like Dad's—$11
New Fall Coats
In Latest Styles
Made in Broad Cloths, Mixed, Diagonal and Basket Weave Tweeds, with
Military and Shawl Collars; man tailored
and lined with best mercerised lining,
finished with velvet, silk and heavy
fancy buttons.
Our New Fall Suits
Embody the latest fashion tendencies, arc made of best material procurable by highly skilled labour,
you will like ihem knowing
that in lit and finish they cannot be
surpassed.
2*£ House Furnishings 2£
Tapestry Squares
We have in stock a very choice
line of theee squares in greens, fawns,
and red effects. Choice new floral,
Oriental and Medallion patterns at
prices which Bhould commend them to
the buyer.
Size 6.9x9—18 to $10.50
"    9 x 9—111 to 16.00
"   9x10.6—112 to 18.00
"   9x12—120 and 21.00
"   10.6x12—125.00
These Squares are splendid value.
For balance of July we are offering
10 per cent off for Cash
Call and See Them
Ready-to-wear Department
Second Floor
TAKE THE ELEVATOR
2£ High Class Groceries ~%
Bimgalo and Cable Nets
Our range of these heavy nets is complete with the new small patterns now
in vogue, as well as the fine allover
styles. We are showing these in
White, Ivory, Ecru and Arab shades
45 to 50 inches wide.   Price
20c. to $1 per yard
Pro Brussels Rugs
These are the newest and most popular Rugs for Bed room, Dining room or
Library, now on tbe market. The
strongest point in their favor iB the
value. They are made to stand extra
hard wear, easily cleaned, have neat
artistic design?, and the price is remarkably low.
Size 9x9—% 14.00
"   9x10.6— $16
"   9xl2-$17 50
"   7.6x9—$9 50
10 per cent off for Cash during
balance of July
Seasonable Fruits
We can always assure you of the
best quality of fresh fruits. We are
now receiving daily Peaches, Pears,
Plums, Canteloups, Oranges, Banan-
ari, Lemons, Watermelons, Ripe Tomatoes and Cucumbers- Place a
standing order with us to be filled
from fresh arrivals each morning.
Get Hume's Prices
Linoleum and Floor
Oilcloth
Our Btock of Floor Coverings are all
heavy Scotch manufacture, tbe hest
procurable. A choice range of patterns
in printed and inlaid goods. 3, 6,!',
and 12 feet wide,
Get Them at Hume's
Baking Powders
We are just opening up a new
shipment of Price's Baking Powder
in 6 oz., 12oz., 2Jibs, and 51b. cans.
The constant and rapid increase in
the demand for this Baking Powder,
shows the public's appreciation of a
medium priced baking powder that
can be relied upon as being pure and
wholesome. In PRICE'S you have
Quality. Quantity and Price.
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Condensed Coffee and Cocoa
Reindeer brand condensed Coffee
and Cocoa is made from the best
grades of Coffee and Cocoa, pure
granulated sugar and cream. It is
rich, and always ready by simply
adding boiling water. One can makes
twenty-five cupfuls. It will keep in
the same can after being opened. A
choice article for the campers and JJ
'£   summer widowers.!
Breakfast Foods
Quality is the main consideration
in the manufacture of food-stuffs.
We handle only the best and purest
goods on the market and consequently our Breakfast Foods are in big demand. We handle them all and can
always give the best to be had. Ask
us for prices per dozen packages.
Feed
We  are   headquarters for Hay,
Oats, Bran, Shorts, etc.   Ask prices.
' WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 2S,  I'M!
Ti=CE ^j^IL-IKE-R-^raD, BElTELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY.  AUGUST  23,  1911
REID & YOUNG
10 Pieces of Gingham on Sale
Sale Price-10c
10 Pieces Hest English Prints
Sale Price-
-10c
Ladies' Housa Blouses
On Sale at 50c
Ladies' Muslin 1-Piece Dresses
Sale Price $3.00
Ladies' White Duck Skirts
On Sale at $1.65
Ladies' Parasols, 20 in lot,
Your Choice for $1.00
Ladies' and Children's trimmed hats,
At Your Own Price
asse \
[ Boots and Shoes, odd lots.   Regular
$4.00 and $4.50—Sale Price, $2.00
Men's Print Shirts
On Sale at 75c. Each
Men's Fancy Worsted Suits, grand
value at $20.00
Sale Price. $1^.00
enthusiastic   over
holiday     at     St.
REID & YOUNG
BURN
UBEAU—At Revelstoke, B, C, tn
Tuesday, August 15th, to Mr. anl
Mr*-.  I,. P, LeBeau, n Bon.
THE CITY Id BRIEF
Bees toi al ■ two colonic i lor $2'..
Mr?. Geo. Laforme, ph me 220.
Rev/C.A. Procunier and Miss Irene
i* M yesterday f..r Vancouver.
The tir^t Ins-' Liberal rally tomoi
i ".v ; igbt at the opera house,
Mrs, W. H. Donaldson left on Mon
day morning tor a trip to the eoasl
cities
Tn LET—Furnished bedrooms. Mrs.
Payne, corner Fourth street and
McKenzie avenue,
Miss Ethel Wrlgley will resume
lens*.n~ at her Stiiilio, McKenzie Ave.
on  Wonday,   Anu-.   28th.
Housekeepers come and bear about
reciprocity and    die    reduction     in
prices ol tbc neressariet' ol lite.
F. W. Laing, D. M. Rae and W. B.
Robertson have been lecommended
as returning officers for the city of
Revelstoke.
Sen.it. r Bostock passed through tbe
city mi Saturday from the smith,
where be hard charge of the Liberal
convention at Nelson.
Don't 1-et .my other engagement
keep you frnm attending the public
meeting tomorrow    iTbursday) might
in the opera house
Th'* next sittini: ol the County
Court ol West Kooten.iy will he held
in the curt house on Wednesday,
September 27th, at 10:30 o'clock, in
the 1'ireni'iin
He',    ' ■• MeKinnon,    principal
IP ■*>hili  College,  Halifax,   was      b
. sitot at t tie bome ol Mi. and   Mi a
T. —. Kilpatriik over .Sun lay.  *
u.,y      to  the  BOUth.    Mr.     MiKiiiuuii
jras previous io h.s becoming prlnci-
■f ;h-      Presbyterian college   al
Hali *.v   om   ol tbe    most     populai
in.:,.* -.ei i ol Winnipeg, ha\ .tu I
number ol years occupied  th*' pulpit
ol Westminster church    there,    wbich
.* iu ih.'   premi n
: m.  , f     w anl| ■• -
the p    ' "ii "I pr ii
c.;..i! ,.: h.,: :, i * liege, I he members
and   i■:. '•'•        '
n     Notre     Dan ■■ a renue were vei >
lorn: him to and be
wa- tbe recipient .     hand
:i t ire    Tli *
alt**: dUI  li.'     h
past"! at '    Wai- I
vied only with tbe a Iben nVi *■' i I
trai Congn . >    mai  ■ Imn h    foi    tbe
orsoj  the citj t. Il
•■ . ■  ■
Presbyl ii am ol 'Ms i Itj tbat Ml
MeKinnon leclined to oeoupj the pul
pit  ol tbe     ' i ■ i
•.    v . imp mj ln«   Mi.   Mi Kinnon
,*n his    \i- I     was Mi   Hai to
Winnipeg.
WARM WEAHiEf. SUGGESTIONS
Why Buffer willi the licnl limine; llie warm weather
doing miuv own baking when we wil! deliver t" you
every day Fresh I'uail, Cakes and l'astfy ol all kinds
nnd as quality is our motto, we feel sure a trial
order will mean asteady customer,
FRESH FRUITS Alio VEGETABLE., arriving daily. Fresh
Lettuce, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Onions,
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoanuts, Pineapples,
Oranges,   Leincma,'Oinpe  Fruit,   Rmanaa.   As v.e
liny Uhsm' in sin.iii quantities you will always liml
Uii'iii fresh aial good.
A. HOBSOIM,      Baker and Cocer.
Kilpatrick is very
Ihi'   deli,.'.*bts  of a
I,eon.
A public meetinj; in the interests ol
Dr. King, the Liberal candidate for
Kootenay, will he held in tbe opera
house tomorrow night. Tin' meeting
will be addressed by Dr. King, the
Candidate, and M. A. Macdonald, of
Cranbrook. Everybody is invited to
attend and hear about reciprocity.
Mac. Lighting, a section foreman,
while riding a speeder just outside of
Salmon Arm on Friday night last at
7:45, was struck by No. IU, which was
pulling into the station there, anil as
n result Buffered a dislocated hip anil
badly hntlered face. The* injured man
was taken to Kamloops hospital in
an   unconscious  condition.
'I'lii- marriage is announced ol Miss
Alma T. Phillips, of Toronto, to Mr.
.1. Mortimer Patterson, II.A., of Rcv-
olstoke, 11. I-. The wedding took place
very quietly Wednesday, Aug. 2, Oat
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
George Wilson, Mooreflel'd, Ont, Mr.
1 Patterson is the assistant Irish
school teacher here.
The  Province  of  Monday   stall's  in
j a telegram dated l'rince Rupert, Aug.
1-l.h, that George MaodonaW, a well
i known  dry  goods  merchant of  Ktew-
I art,     B.  C, was drowned  in    (loose
i Lake while lishing on Saturday last.
It is believed here that this is J. G.
. Macdonald one time a resident ol
! this city, anh the owner of tne Gents'
I Furnishing business now     conducted
by   Messrs.   MeKinnon   &   Sutherland.
Mr. Allan Thomson, secretary of
the local Y.M.C.A., who has been
away in Montreal and at the camp
ot the Y.M.C.A. at Lake Couchlohing
returned from his visit on Monday
night and is now back at his old
post getting ready for a big season's
work. While away Mr. Thomson secured a neR physical director for the
local institution in the person of Mr.
p, F. Giftord "I Fori. William. Mr.
Giflord is described as a husky chap
who knows the business of physical
culture from A to Z. He will he on
hand ahoot September Kith. A photo
gravure of the new physical director
appears on our sport page.
political inclinations meaning naught
Instead, when a man in the hack
Parishes wants to tell you his ssnti-
mi'iits it takes him a long time. Never have the farm dwellers hcen so
well posted on the questions of the
how as they ure at thc opening of
this campaign. Last election and the
election hefore a man said he was
rouge or bleu and let it go at that.
Ask him why and he invariably replied with a shrug: "Sais pas" or
"jes' because," or else "my lathee,
he rouge, too."
Ask a back country Frenchman today what his politics are and he'll
sit 'down and argue with you for half
a day. lie's educated and educated
up to the minute. (Ine is for Laurier
but against the navy, another for
for Lauiier but against reciprocity.
He'll tell you why and all about it.
Some devertilied forecasts have heen
made as to how the results will tally
up in solid Quebec. How near sighted
any of them may be is, ol course,
the question. Cue thing is certain.
Never, taking it all in all, will a less
ignorant  vote have  been cast.
mm IM WIIH 11. 5.
FOR   SALE
"0 acres first class land close to cily, suitable
for either fruit or* mixed farming. Will sell in
lots from 5 acres up, $85 an acre. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
Hear Dr. Kmi:, the Liberal candidate, state his case at the opera
boUBe Thursday  night.
WANTED—Dally    work, cooking      or
otherwise.    Mrs.   Payne,    corner    of
Fourth  street   and   McKenzie  Ave.
Mrs. Wickens, Who ha- been spending a few w»»ks with her mother,
Mrs. Dent, returned in Vancouver
yesterday.
Iv.ldie Edwards I,'it yesterday lor
tlie coast mi receipt of a telegram
from the Provincial government. It
is rumored that   a promotion is    in
View for Imn.
Pathe's Gazette    No.   107,  will
shown at the Bdison theai
as   well   as   a   lirst class   program     ol
comely   au 1   drama,
New program on    Pi - it
urday   at   the   Bdison   theatre
1111;  "Twa  Hei iln  Lads"  an.l       "The
Indian and tlie Maid."
Phone 2M   if  you Deed  repali
any plumh'ng and heating, ail
promptly  i cecuted     ■   thi   i   imbtog
fi Heating Co.
uu Sunday i ■■ ening r.* ■*   'a
*!i*r  1*1* ichi  ■   ■ ■
ih,.  Methodist   church
nf Mr. Mi Inl iway on ins
• *    Ubert  ' Mr.
c.ii lii   i	
"Ye shall know  the truth,    and    the
i
I  ■   *■
■
logs of Christ    *n i   ■
* ha!      |" ...
,  . .   Mt    M *        :
.imp* tree,   D *i ng the
'i    he  took       Cl mark
in.it   ,•,*••.-i   .i.   ill  ins ten
drunki   ni much la *
inst.,: 'ype  'tl thr.il I. in
which the people were
The s.s. Revelstoke will make the
week-end trip up the river this week
on  Saturday  instead of on  Friday.
All women ar,' Interested in hniise-
hold expenses. He at tlie opera aouse
tomorrow night an.l learn about reciprocity and lower prices  nn  fin..I.
li is expected that Mr. J. W,
Bennett. cln* i "f tbe District I. *l -
er, published at Fernie, B. C., will
be the Socialist candidate at the
coming elections in tbe District <■!
Kootenay.
Hr.  McLean an.l his father,  left on
Satur lav  night  last  tor a visit      ,,:'
in
* * !'):  l   Hilda ati 1 to  Air. I iC»l
ies.   They   will   1;.-   away   until   ..
*
The
chun '.'
pns. tberg
M. —     Tannis      Patrick,   mem-
Thurs-
ittei
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*..l in tbe '- • ••"* B.
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mif-r       uf
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I      be
I-. ilpal ricl
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,t   tins   li    *
live pi
I       111
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ed   up      n'
man*.
i.. JWJ   ii       i.
pr
BEWS'   DRUG  STORE
■sj
KODAKS
K.ni.iiv ■:■■
Brnwnli Camera* $1 io -1
1 ,       .'l rownlen *; i" Hi
\ large stock ol l iims, I'aperi
and all cln mii,ils
Photographers' Supplies
Kodak Albums
Postcard Albums
I, , to fi 00
.inc. P.
Developing Tanks IS to $7.30
Telescope Tripodi       M.7J to x.
REXALL GOODS
Kexall ' Irderlles
i .ii.ir.inti nl fm Constipation ,
Rexall Dlarrohoea C< mpouml
P.-xall Nerve Tonli JI   0
Rexall Reef, Iron anil Wine II I
Rexall Skeetei Skoot I i
(will keep nlf mosquitoi
Rexall Violet Tali mu 25c
Rexall Vrottiatii i *i lor i iii 2Sc
Ri xall Snap i liii*.*i ' ake) ( ' per ilm.
Rexall Tooth Powder ZSc
Rexall Tootli Paste
Rexall < old Cream      Mc anil   Oi
All  Rexall preparations give
latlsfai lion or money refunded
NEW BOOKS
"A Woman   in  Canada"   by
Mrs.  Geo,  t l.lll
The New Garden ol Canada"
$2.50
M   .    I'.* * toll      I 'ooll   Hook
*
"  I In*    I .ilnli "     liv       Slew.llt
i tlward White 81   *"
" In the Henri nl llle Canadian
i        ,       bj nun.nn
'■ ihe r.iii'li n  Land, by Cop
ping Sl mii
"A   Rogue  in   Ambush,"   by
II.,uh,n Ilill $1.25
THE  "REXALL"  DRIJCi  STORE
H
GREENWOQQ-fiHDEHSO:,
Pretty Nuptials Bt Home ot Hr.
and Mrs. C. f. Lindmark
A very pretty wedding took place
on Saturday afternoon last at ths
home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Lind-
mark, when their neice, Miss Naemi
Cornelia Anderson, became tlu bride
of Mr. Albert William Greenwood, one
uf the popular young men of this
city.
The wedding, which ""ook place at
one o'clock, was performed by the
Rev. B.J. Mclntyre. When the bride
appeared at the drawing room of the
home and beneath a wedding hell of
raaguerttes was united to the man of
her choice. The llride was given away by her uncle, Mr. C. P. Lindmark. The groom was supported hy
Mr. Reginald Harris, un <.1;1 friend,
while as bridesmaid to the bride was
M.ss Myrtle Lindmark. ln a Costume
ol silk nii.i oiilere I marquisette over
..•,* siik the bride looked charming,
while h.r y..img bridesmaid looked
none the less bewitching in a gown of
ponge ... 'mly relatives ami a few
immediate friends witnessed thc ceremony.
After the young (xrnple had been
pronounci : man and wife,    a    dainty
* partaken of at the home
I ling parry and the guests
mng I'ouple lefl  on lh i aii-
amld   a   sli.,w,r  of  re ■
I   i couple of weeka thru'
The i.ride's travelling
ol grey Berge with Large
tl   tnin*   !       With     Mark
'h ir return they will
mmi ow on Se.p
gr om     h is
*.   * n ti - in ■ t .in *
:.—.    gift  to the   brides
■■■'tillc
.  ,*      ■ of
T1 !■ .     ■
•
i
Here TuKdaj Nett
■ I     Em •," an   Kail
■ ; noon
pel formam *   at 2 and  8
- ■   ■
-
* |     :' II I'll., i, 11
Th-   \.;ial   Weydf ■.■ii|/e
■    ■
'•
descr '■ Include BO
..-,.  wbioh will  di
th *   -  -hildren.
\ at,
followed by a 'i •■ open
■ ion on  ' <>•■   iho i grounds.
The '.iiiy Mg show coming  to  Kev
elstoke tins rammer,
COMPLICATED  POLITICS
Montreal,   An.'.   18   The   days   when
a -.Imi* in the province of Quehei
Could signify his party politics hy
the use of one or two wordn, have
■lipped far hack on the oalendar, ami
tho piM..i'nt campaign Has openM tievc
wirii the customary "totigo" or
"hlcu"  explanation  of  the habitants
Punier McBrlde Tells Results
That Wiil follow Reciprocity
Vancouver, Aug. 21.—At the nomination of J. 1). Taylor, Conservative
candidate in New Westminster, Saturday, Premier McBrlde, speaking on
ihe serious results which would fol -
low Canada's adoption of reciprocity
said: "1 honestly believe lhat the present political issue Ib one which U
carried out according to the views of
thc Liberal government must lead in
the course of a tow years to thc dis
memberment of the Empire and Ins
ion with the United States.
"This is mi emphatic and very serious statement to make. 1 ho'.d ollice
under the crown. I want to he as true
and consistent witl, my position as
possible and i feel that in this cris 8,
in this emergency, if 1 did not exert
every effort I possibly could to convince the people to think along the
lines I have marked out, I should not
be true to the stewardship given me
hv the electorate which I now enjoy."
Moving pictures tonight.
WANTED—Good girl for general
Housework,   good   wages. Apply.
Mail-Herald Ollice.
LOST—Gold Locket, heart shaped,
and chain, between Orton Avenue
and old Presbyterian Manse, Third
street, Saturday night- BHve dollars reward will be paid to finder
on returning same to the Post
Office. 2t-
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
As there is very little pasture we are compelled to use
hay and feed more or less all
the year round, therefore on
and after September 1st. milk
will be eight quarts for a
dollar, or we will have to beef
the cows.
Mrs. R. A. Upper
F. Fleetham
A. Cancelliere
A. G. Carlson
Mrs. G. Anderson
B. Bebelato
NOTICE
No Gambling, Profanity or In-
temperance is permitted about the
Shows, antl no Fakirs or Swindlers
are tolerated at any time or under
any circumstances.
J. H. KSCHMAN,
Gen. Manager.
OUTFITTERS
FOR  MEN
WHO KNOW
I    ,.  T.   Pell's,   Doctors' Special
mnl I'r. Reld'a Shoes
Mi Pin-i...,n'    high i l.i'.s ithoei oi
all kinds,
' iiiiiiiii*   Underwear, Banford'a
i lothlng,
Rubber Footwear anil Union made
Ovei ill
JOHN BULL
11■ ■ *.-. •.:i    I'.!',, k Revelstoke, B, ('.
Howson W'H'k, Revelstoke
For Sale
1 Sot Mission I liners
l Dlningroom Table
I Velvet Carpet, 34 x4
l Leather ('ouch
1 Large Sideboard
I Kitchen Range
Oilcloth, :i x 4
1 Refrigerator
at reasonable prices
in good condition
MRS.   T.   MARSHALL
Fifth Street
Sweater Coats
There is no article in a woman's wardrobe
Unit is more useful than a good, warm golf
coat. They are light and warm and easily
washed. The line we offer is exceptionally
good. Made from soft Bee Hive yarn, without a single seam, and hand finished, they
will be found to wear well and keep their
shape. We have them in plain colors and
combinations.   See our window.
Infants' Wear
Wo have just opened a nice assortment of
articles for the baby's outfit. They comprise dresses in silk and cotton, gowns,
petticoats and Barracoats in flannel and
flannelette slips, bibs, wool jackets, etc.,
and you will find the prices are exceptionally
low.
cTVIcLennan C& Co.
Ha'f thc Si miner is still ahead.     We have
provided for it by  keeping our stock  well
assorted in sixes.
FASHIONABLE SUITS FOR FALL
Just received our Fall Samples for niade-to-
ordcr Suits.    Let   us show ihem  to   von.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Foot-Kite Shoes.       -       Fit-Reform Clothing
&'
"*?
SPECIAL   ANNOUNCEMENT
t
We take pleasure in announcing that Mr.
Potts, representative of Coppley, Noyes
and Randall, high grade but reasonably
priced Wholesale Tailors, will be with us on
Aug. 28th and killh.
T lis is your opportunity for selecting your
Fall and Winter Suit or Overcoat from a
large and up-to-date range of samples, and
have your measure taken by an expert.
Please do not fail to favor us with a call.
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd.
M
Revelstoke Plumbing. Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Bstlmatea given for Sanitary work, Electric Ugkttnfr, Hot
Air. Wuter, SU'iun Heating anil all Kinils of  Sheet   Mital
Work.
Baths, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given loall orders.
i
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone N'i
Dox 4111
The Allen Clean Water Bath
(PORTABLE)
YOUR MONEY BACK
Satisfaction   guaranteed.     You take no chance.
You Run No Risk
Can be set up any-
where In any room
in two minutes.
Can be packed away
in Trunk or Suit Case
in a space 1i">x4x6J,
in two minutes.
-
One  gallon of water does the work of fifteen
and does it better
INVESTIGATE
Drop us a postal or leave word with us and our
City Traveller will call, show the bath and explain
explain the Allen Bystem of bathing.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd,

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