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 X JLMpr0 :    AVJLc&JLA
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Vol 16-No. 41
R*,» ELSTOKE, B. C. MAY 28 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Summer Go
LAWN MOWERS—All the Best Makes,
from $4.50 to $10. They run like a
bicycle, cut like a razor. Grass
Catchers to fit.
REFRIGERATORS—White enamelled in-
side-$30 to $65. Cheaper^Lines
from $12 Up.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS -L<st us explain
the latest one out "The Wonder"
just a little better than anything yet
made.
Garden Hose
We have the best ever sent to the
West. Ask to see our " Red Record" and
the "Green Peerless," every foot guaranteed. All the latest goods in Lawn
Shears, Garden Sprays, Pruning Shears.
Lawn Sprinklers.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
jam—awn—H«n««|
Imperial Bank of Canada I
Head Office—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
5,000,000.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in,Canada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States-London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle-Seat tie National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits ot $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
WmmmWkmWm
Watch Revelstoke Grow
Fruit and Vegetables
When Everyone Uses
P. Burns & Co.'s Fertilizer
Try a Sack of It For Your Lawn
CRUSHED TO DEATH
Two yea'-old Boy the Victim of
Sad Accident
A sn:l and Pathi tir ac ident happened shortly after •' p. m. yesterday nt
tli" close of the day's workon ll"' new
Rogbie -' hool. Ii appears that the
team nml wagi ii belonging t«> -I.
I'li-lini,. hi I returned froin work and
the driver had opened the gate thai
loads into the stables ol the home "I
Cashato, - null oi the i-ity, to allow
of the horses  lo    nter the yard,     The
road  il igli      Im, !-  i-lo«e    past   'the
door of t'ashato's dwi Ii'im  I se. Tho
horses i-amo on al n sharp pare and
iliil iidi pull up im allow th • driver lo
catch up to ihi.in. As they i-a'ine by
the door of il"1 hmise the liul" two
year old -<,n of Cashato, who was
playing cm the step ran forward right
under ilm horses hoofs, and fell beneath them the heavy wagon passing
over his body. Mrs. Cashato in a
frenzy of grief ratighl up the '-hilcl
and ii message was senl for Ur McLean, who arrived jusl a- the child
breathed hi< last.
Tlii' terrible suddenness of the accident has caused n greal shock to
the neighborhood and much sympathy
is expressed for  the bereaved family.
Jessie Maclachlan
A large audience assembled al the
Edison Theatre last"high! to listen lo
the world renowned S.-<>iii^h prima
donna. Miss Jessie Maclachlan Scot,
lisli music lm- its peculiar charm, but
its interpretation is a gift which few
possess, Jessie Maclachlan possesses
iWs uiii i" a remarkable degree, lm\-
iiiL- the power t<- make the audience
feel themselves partakers in the scene
described by the wards of the song.
Ilcr selections last evening were well
chosen, that old favorite "Lochlo-
mon," and "Blue Bonnets over ilm
Border,', being probably the best,
| Hit fiaelic songs, although under,
slui.l by only a small percentage of
those present, were particularly pleasing and pceived a well merited civ
core, i" which a grai-eful response \\a-
given by the rendering of "Rule I'.ri-
iiiunia.i' whin aroused iln- enthu.v
loam of ih,' audience to the highesl
piti'h and was greeted with loud and
prolonged applause. Much more could
be said regarding Miss Ma-.-lachlan's
ability, but certainly nothing liner
iliati ili- exhibition "i gong interpretation L'ivcn last evening has ever
been heard in ihi- city.
I Mr. Hnrnaby N'elson, created a mosl
Favorable impression Possessing a
beautiful rich tenor voice which he
uses villi "a-i ind -kill, a splendid
stage presence and faultless enunin-
tion, lii- selections were a real pleasure  to  listen  to.
I   Mr. Craighall Sherry kepi  tho audience in roars of  laughter iii  his  liuni-
orous     selections,   As an    entertainer
hi-  Iui-  few equal*,  possessing  a  voice
lol wonderful power and dramatic skill
his every effort     «n- an artistic sue-
! cess.   Ili-     charui lerixation of    " Tho
Deputation" was     particularly    gooil
1 anl .'Ii' ited round after round of   applause.
I A- a pianist an I accompanist, Mi.
Mobert Buchanan, pi-ovcd himself on
artist ol iv" ability. Altogether lhe
"in im i puny i- ih" besl thai lm-
visited Revelstoke for many a day,
and  the large audience     returned    to
their homes m  than satisfied    wiih
their evening's  • niertainment
Y. M. C. R, Track Spirts
11 o following   ii"  the  totals "i  the
Victoria  Day V. JI. C A.  -p.ni-:
Scnio     •   m      points    ttarrier,    Hi-.
Cardinal.  12.
I   Junior ii .1.  r,. ('.,   ::-;
High S hool, 16.
|    Highest      iii.li' i luol      lenior    t, ni-,..
■ I'.'ii-i- ol iln   Harrier 'lull.  I"i i»>
Crowe ni ih"     Cardinal Cluh   •
13 points,   ,'■ !  IVhj le .if t>•.■ Cardinal
club third, «iili   12 points.
I'l."  hip  esl   in lividttal  scores  uf  lhe
junior-  were  a-   follows:   Mi Mai i
th"  •!.   II.  C   It-!,    wiih   17;   points;
[..Mt!"    i.f 'i-     High  School   <econ I.
with '.' points, ami Corlej  of ih" -1.1'..
i'. third, with S pointa,
I   ■      Harriers • any ,.IT  tli.-    Mcltap
cup Iiy a -Ma,, of  I1'' against   12,   ami
ih"  -I.  I'..  C,  wintheY.M.  C.   A.    ban
ner over the High School by a   score
ol 35 to IS
l    I Ir- individual pi izes and  Irani  i ro-
phies "ill li" presented    nl  ih" ¥, II.
C.  A. lawn social mi Thursday, .lun.'
il,- 2nd.
li possible track work will be kepi
up during ihe lummcr,
SCHOOL BOARD
Principal Mclanrie ot tlie High
School Resigns
Tin' monthly mooting nf ilm School
Board was hold on Thuritduy. li.
Howson   (i-hairman),   R.   Kdwnrds,   N.
Alilaliam-iill        ami       F.    Voung      l.i'illj
present.
THl'STKH  'I M'I'INi;   UKSIflXS
Tl ■ resign ition nf Trustee II. Tap-
pim; from tho Rchool bo ird was receive t. Mr. Tapping explaining lhat
he was acting In good faith and for
the besl interests of lho schools.
! A resolution was passed accepting
lhe resignntion
ELECTION JUNE 9
li ua- resolved lo hold iln- nomination day for tho vacancy mi lho school
boiiid caused  by    Mr,    Tapping,    on
Monday, June 6th, ami tl lecti n
Thursday,     June    Oth.   C. J.    Aman
being appointed  returning ollicer,
TEAC'HKUS RESIGN
The resignation of \li"s Hobbs,
teacher of Division IV., was received.
Miss Hobbs expressing her thanks to
the board for their kindness to her in
ili" past. The resignation was accepted, in take effect at the end of tho
term.
Ii.l.. Mil ..-uniii tendered lus resignation as principal of the hi^li school,
to take effect on Julj 31st. He
thauiitil the trdstees for their encourge
ngenient during Ilis -lay in Revelstoke
I'll,- board resolved to interview Mr,
Mcl.aurin in regard to lhe cause of
lii- resignation.
M'l'I.K'A'l lo\  FOR TEACHER
\n application was received from
Mi-- Hilda Hobbs, now tenching ai
Sumnierlrtnd to be a teacher on the
staff in the Revelstoke public school.
(lo.iil references were inclosed
A 'eqiiest was received From Miss
Vi'aly that -In' be allowed leave of
absence during the next term, owing
to sickness in her home. Miss Nealy
stairil she .'inilil provide a good substitute if required, The board decided
to nam the leave to Miss Scaly and
resolve.l that advertisements should
be inserted in the Winnipeg Free Press
and    Vjinrbuver     News Advertiser fur
om k     i"  lill  ih" vacancies.     Miss
ili. la Hobb.-' appli ntion will be re.
ceivi'd with the others,
SCHOOL si I'l'l.ll'.s
A  number     of  letters  were  received
from  linn-  soliciting orders  for    new
desks, etc.,  for  ilm now school build-
ing.   These were filed for the time.
REVELSTOKE   SCHOOL DISTRICT.
j   A communication was received from
'ihf    Superintendent of Education   regarding ih" deiliung ul ilm boundaries
of ili"  Revelstoke District, portions of
which had     been omitted iu  the   an.
inouncement  in  the fi. ('. Gazette    n-
leutly published.
! Mr. Robinson slated the boundaries
Innl lii'iii submitted by Mr. A. E. Miller, school inspector, uiul were accepted. Hut if Mr. Miller recommended the 'haii'.:'' asked fur by the board
the pm limi- omitted would he included. The board felt thai Mr. Miller
hud by mistake left mil these portions, Mr. Miller saying previously
ihai he thought lie li.,'! included theso
portions wiih his recommendation.
LIBRARY GRANT
The board nn recommendation uf
I'rineipal .1. T. Pollock, authorized
the secretary in purchase ihe volumn
uf ihe New International Encylopoed-
ia,  lhc cosl   nl which  wa-  included  iu
the   school        estimates       fur   this   year.
lh'' It. ('. government are contributing n."iii a- a  library    gran!    in   the
-huul       which   will   help   tn     pill'has,'
the volumns.
IDEAL DRINKING FOUNTAINS
lie- matter uf  th" purchase nf    the
Iwo new  drinking fountains     fur   the
l.i. 111i■   school  wa- left  over,
Mi SEWER SEAR
I'n  i.'il;.   in  the hoard's  request  for
a  six-inch  opening for  the  icwer    for
ihe school on  Sixth street, block   60,
lhe   city   COIIIU il    -tat"   lhal    there   i-   nu
iwer  nearer   tn  the new   school  than
ihe ui      I-'.uniii  street.     Several
members uf ihe board -aid thai Mr.
Sinclair tlm sewor contractor had
" a in regard in ihe mat lor, Mi
Sinclair -latin.-  that it  mighl  lm po
ihlc tu drain fi mn lhe new si hool Into ih" c, hi iii  lection,
A    resoltll inn    w a      pi   -"il   a-kilM    th,
city council  to ronnenl  up the pn    nl
I I with ilm sewer system.
A rommunii nl ion u a recoil od from
ihe Hodgson I'lunililng nml Hoating
I'm. uf Vancouver, Ihanking thehpnrd
fur awarding Ihem tho contract fm
ihe heating nf the new school.
s\i.\i:v INCREASES
It wa- r Ive I  lu raise the salaries
uf lhc teachers Miss     McCullum   and
Kitchenware
There's a satisfaction in
the purchase of a first class
article, especially when the
price is no more than you
have often paid lor inferior
goods. We have everything
in tlie line of fine Kitchen-
ware- Stew Kettles, Tea
Kettles, Double Boilers,
ColVee and Tea Puts, etc.
Hardware
We carry a complete stock of Shelf and
Heavy Hardware: also Refrigerators, Lawn
Mowers, Garden Hose, Wire Fencing and Cans.
Ice Cream Freezers. Ajrents for Sherwin Williams Paints.     Kootenay and Sask-alta Ranges.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrange men t3 have recently been completed  under  which  the   bronchos
of this Bank are able to Issue Drafts on the principal points
in the following countries:
Austria-Hungary    Finland
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Ceylon
China
Crete
Denmark
Ejrypt
Faroe Ialaiy'js
Ireland
Formosa Italy
France Japan
Fr'ch Cochin-Chin*   Java
Germany Manchuria
Great Britain Mexico
Greece
Holland
Icelaui
lodia
NO   DELAV   IU   IftSUiNG.
Norway
Persia
Phillipine Islands
Rou mania
"ULL   PARTICULARS   ON   APPLICATION
Russia
Servia
Siam
South Africa
Straits SetU<
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
West Indies
and else
m
REVFLSTOKE    BRANCH—A.    H.     ALLEN,    NGR
YOUR BOY'S
Dandy little styles in Boys'
serviceable Two-Piece Wash
Suits[of fine English Galateas
in navy and white stripes,
well made and well finished.
Some of the blouses trimmed
with Sailor Collar and White
Bands. All sizes. Special
values at
$1.50, $2.00
and $2.25
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd
Mhs Kinney lo 870 ,t month aa    pro-
\ mIikI for in  lho ostimatea.
Vl. Smith, l\ It, >.. reported having
taken levels on the rite uf the new
school mi Sixth -ii.ii. nml estimated
tin* cosl u' leveling nl a om1 per
cent, grade al 8.175, which be reconv
mended. To make the ground lovol
would   cost ovor 87"0.
I'.I V BLOCK 58
Trustee Edwards suggested thnl tho
board uhotiH buj block 58, boing ili"
mii' ni tiuvcrnmenl street anil id.?
I mr  «hero    ili'  hign  school
no  thai  i'  wn: |»i   ilil 'tho
boat 'I    ini'li!  In' "t lered    in    remo^
1 li.- high   ' Ii'n.l building nr also
 ild In1 trouble.
| \> i OUNTS  PASSED
'I'lii- ii ounl wero passed with ili"
exception uf ii heavy liill from ilm
i ilgary Herald fm- advereising I nd
"i- im iln- now 'liool, tho amount
being doublo lhat uf flu- other ni
papers where tho advorliaomonl was
inserted; and ,, bill from W. I. Brigga
for ii'L'nl sorviecs  to  thi' board.    The
iriisi piei llonin    tho  i Ighl  fi
charge   seeing   that  Mr,  Brigy,     wa
city solicitor and   ■ I '   lv   in
lily liii-iuess.
Jimmy Fax
luiiifitiU'r  thnl   ■      ^
. in-,   -lur,.'   II "   -■ ' .    i; '
Lfofi H   Will   b      :: • ■ •   .
Canada'n    jrnni
and lii- talent* i     m| the Kd
ison Theatre.
Moving Pictures To-night
An I'litii'   '  ■'
, will  bo
A  fow firm red applet on haul    nt
Mclntyro's.
n
i
■
■
Jofinson-Ketctiell Fight
On      Monti " !   .
■ mii mi'iH ii .■     r.i   s ■'.".      an i
perforn
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you "  »
iruarat I   i ' .   , ■
75 pei    • v.
grnphii   poi
is 50c. and AV, 6 Page 2.
TIIE MAIL IirilALI) REVELSTOKE, B 0
SATURDAY,   MAV '."-'I'll, I out.
rmaaaam
I.   )OK!
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LOOK        AND        11 K A DI
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
O W S O N ' S     PRICES
%
R
^S
Winnipeg price   Weight   Freight   Total    Howson's Price delivered
" "       70c.
" $9.60
" 14.40
1.20
" 13.00
•• 14.00
•• 5.20
" 7.20
" 4.00
•• 7.20
■•    16.5Q
• ii ikf our profit hy phipping in cur load lote, t.hprphy saving freight rates, linns
_ii' ij nng i|i-crh>iion nf other goods pnl specified in thin ]i*t to our store nnd we
imvi' uur   tiitements.    Remember we deliver goods anil set up free frnin lirenkHge.
unwsoN   Ss   CO.    -    REVELSTOKK. B. C.
Ki*n
hairs
5 lie.
101b.
23c.
73c.
Ki ■
abinet
Su.75
1501b.
$353
$10.72
hie
10.55
1851b.
3 87
14.42
11 ill'S
88c.
121b,
28c.
1.16
Di'
md Stand
895
1501b.
3 52
12.47
..
1 25
1601b.
376
15.01
'
3 55
601b.
1.41
4.96
.
5.3'j
681b.
1.59
6 94
i
■ n.n Spring
240
601b.
1.41
381
1    1
at
5.10
75!b.
1.76
6.86
()•;.■
m , e Mattress
15.00
C. P. 8. M]T0SI TRAINS
Till;  MEWS UHJEITTOXS.
Th.'     rompnny     takes     tin1   position
ilt.it   if  -liuit.il  bo  [n'l'init led  so iin-
-i.l,'i;ilii.' innr<rii. in inlrodiieinj* ihis
ti<?\> . k'tt. Tho mon tin nol lako tho
«ame \ U * of it. Tli■•>■ lirst maintain
tint any nun oporatincr ti I rain nn
tin' riuhi ni* way must havo training
in train ruLs nud operation identical
with those operating the 1<L through
; nm-. In othor words they could not
a molornian ami
mlui'tor t«
\\ innipoc, May 27. The Canadian
I'n iii,' Uailway Company is under-
• iking an experiment unique in l he
annals ni transportation eompuni 's
!■. Western ('mmdu. an exp >i*imtm1 in
faei lhat promises t.i revolutionize
the liu-ii"-- of lhe prairie provinces
hrutieh lines. The mnnntreinenl
!:,-   instali-.Mi  a irinnl      motor mr    al    think  nf  I""'""1"
l.mi.doi.,   Man.,  where  ,  n ber      of   "  ™™to**™ lo operate  these    motors
branehos  radiate and   thi-  ear    will  be   "nlwW   lhe>'  ttoro   ,,-,,1;ir  -'';"1,1;"-  "f
, i ized   ,.,  take the pari      uf    braneh    ,l"'  s-vstGni  whil'h  I"'1"1 * "v^,",',  "n"
.  ^ Lriueers  and eonduetors.       lhe  reasons
it will  be    operated    firsl    on    one    "'   tllU  »"' obvioiw.    U     is  no    easy
brain*  of from  one  to  two     hundred   »"' '>' P°inl  ?"1'  tor :l" "N"	
miles   in  length  and  then  on    another
with  a   view of ifeiliiiy  even   possible
:.njlt'  on   the   problems   that   it     must
solve.      li  will develo]
miles      an     hour.
••ii'-i'jy ui ili/fil and it promises lo do-
\ etop pe, momii*s i liai iviil fi iree nil
-mall brjuieh trains of lho old slj le
rn  th ■ strap pile.
<'o\sii)i;i;ai'.i.i; ICCONOMIK.S
This ear i- 11" feet in length, the
.tan.lard passrnge. i ,„ I width und ,l !u>'Uvl n* :i »mrl of the s*V8tem' 1",,
eapabif of L..rmn« .omft.rtablv 175 lh*'-v '";""";" l!l;" lh" labor nrgamK-
In addition  there U    20   ',!,""~  musl  noi  «"dertake  hair-split-
, ,-,,>     ling  to atari  with.  I.   i- experimental
ano   a     lit t le
m|^s    motol.    'i:  present   and all possible concessions
-l„,..| of    7"   "u'n   in  '''L1'-"
Oasolenp     is     the   molt,rs
dui'tor and engineer to get
train over the road, interpret train
I i\< an I avoid trouble. Obviously
f one of these new
motors willi loss than the nv erago
skill would be a menace to other railroad men and trnine. The company
admit ihe fairness of tlii- and point
oui tli.it ihej never had any thought
nt putting tiny but experienced trainmen   an   these ears,  it   thev   are finally
pi spongers
feet   space  for  baggagi
room  for   t lie engineer
tt ill replace a hi an fi tl Ilin tt llich
. an ies one lo. oniol h p and tender,
one freight and baggnge combination
an I two I ";il - oaches. In addition,
it will be operated bj two nun, a
driver and c< mductoi.    as  ;igniu«t    an
I'li.'i'i.-i-r,    liremai .        lueloi        tud
brakeman f >r the brair h line.
I'lie     uoniies     in     this
wntiId  recommend  it   highl).    bu1
labor i-^  the smallest  of all savings  in
iMiiueetiou   with   the  new    iden       I'he
fuel   i«   ,-1   inii ideraldo   item
motor «ill  develop    7"  mile?:   n,   hour
on on •     gallon    of    _ ■.
wholesale-!   at   nine  rents.
i:\rr.Li\n m wiij   m   m vuk
The plan     has  beei
\ en   sal isfa< torj   bi   ' ■■   ■        M
\\\a\        \, i ■ ipeg.      Mi    i
lo sei
motors   t i^ht     inici
eompai ■   .t-   *o« "i  as
v. Ill 11        I'
If ii
|>oi Is, a
in   the
moui
will   be     pei
■
■
Iheir ilu
'
try poini
■
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M'l n di  i
are  ti» bo    made    to  the     I rainmen's
brotherhood,    but   this   at   present     ia
• .an; li. ,-ii ir.LT One  of     the  most     inter*
- (pel inii'iii -     of     the     railway.
v. ia '.il  iif ' he prairies.
How to get
a pure white
loaf
"THE object of all expert
bakers and cooks is to
make a pure white loaf
And this object is attained
by the use of
puRiry
FLOUR
Purity is a hard-wheat
flour of decidedly superior
whiteness. It bakes into a
pure white loaf. So, you
see, to get the really beautiful white loaf you must use
PURITY
4p&. hard-wheat
), flour.
"More Bread
and better "
bread."
Western C&ntd. Flour Mill. Co., Lid.
OlFice   Winnipeg,  M.t.nob*
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
lii'liiiirn of all kimls neatly oarrleti on
liii'yt'li! and linn work a specialty
I'.Miiiuues }(fven on any i'Iiihh
of work.
Front     Street.
UNION HOTEL
AKIIO V'UKAIl,   B. 0,
Special M ten tion given to cottimerolal
men and ton ists. Pirst-chiflu sample
rouuia. Kinest seeiiery in liniihh Coluni-
bia, ovetlo.tkiiiL! Upper Arrow Lake,
W. J. Lightburne, Prop.
CEMENT BLOCKS
MttanfHclured for nil OlHHaaH ot   hn'kliiiffi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICK*
for'sile iu lnr«o nr small qnttntitUiI
i at tha lowest i>ricns for cash.
Ml Kinds .of Imildttiit HiidUilastcrliifi
uud«rtalt*Di
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Protect B. C. fruit
rreninted  or »en1  bnek  to the eountry
from  w hi- h  it   was  shipped.      li    will
thu- be -I'm  thai  tin- intending fruit-
irrower    i*oniinij   ti>   Uritish   ('olumbia
no  I'lmnces  whatever  of  having
I     tnfei t«I,    or  ha> ing    to
meet  t'omfietition   in   the market    with
fe te I   fruit,   w hi'h     is
low   priee.s  in  the Pacific
p.iii.v   of tiit- depart-
iiiiintain   abxolutely   elean
■     ■• i ime  fruil.
L\ir..um      of    profit  t<-    the
be -:iitl   (hat   the   im-
'. i' •■  been   unua-
k    into
ill     in-
liave
then ii ed
I   'ia    grow
i'.i iiiiii
i tw\ n
w here
keep
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot  Air
Pipe and  Furnace Work
-WORK   SHOP—
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
FOR SALE!
Splendid residences.
Suitable Building tots
Those interested will  do  well   to call
and see us before deciding to buv-
Vou can obtain fair   rates   for Fire Insurance in reliable companies   with   Domini on Charters.
Call and get figures.
Money to   I^oau   ou   Residential  Prop-
W. B. ROBERTSON
£Cor. Secon 1 St. and Mackenzie Ayenue
Wails of the Publican
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cinan»,Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
Vegetable and Flower
SEEDS
Ornamental and Flowering
SHRTJBS
Best varieties of
FIR/UTT   TREES
Send for Catalogue
ROVAL NURSERIES & FLQRU CO., LTO.
786 Granville St.   P.O. H»x 1063
Vancouver, H. C.
SIGNS
All kinds ^Reasonable l'rices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
ti fe tion Guaranteed
lx\ 55. CRAWFORD
1 mt. Third St. and Robpon Avenue
ll
■
■   • I'M
:
.  i hero you o
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under Now Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
3 Superb Styles
The famous Fit-Reform designer
has created three models in 2
Button Sack Suits that surpass
anything of this style ever seen
in this country.
The combination of originality
and elegance will appeal
to every man who prizes
exclusiveness and good taste.
^&* The patterns—
in fine English
Worsteds — are
equally distinctive. 13
FIT-
REFORM^
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
ReveKtoke, B. C.
SPRING IS HERE
H\o\v is tbc XTimc of .Wear for Scc6 planting
Bcantiffi your (BarDena
A   large assortment of Fresh Garden und l?ield Seeds, including
STEEL   BRIGGS   FERRY'S   MAY'S   McKENZIE'S
AND BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Grass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B.  PAGET
J. WILSON
Doyle and Allum, Ltd
are   disposing  of  their  entire  Stock   at a
small  advance on cost.      It will pay you to
investigate   their    prices    on    Diamonds
Jewelry,  Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watcher
Doyle and Allum, Limited
West Kootenay Steam Laundry
Revelstoke,  B. C.
Send your Blankets and have them
Properly and Promptly Cleaned.
SHIRTS AND  COLLARS  A  SPECIALTY
Satisfaction guananteed in all lines
Phone 73.      Office Comer 2nd. St, and Mackenzie Ive.
Notice of Bailiff's Sale
PUBLIC NOTICB is hereby given that
under and by virtue of the powers contained In a certain chattel mortgage
made by Doyle & Allum, Limited, I have
seized and token possession of all the
stock 111 trade (if said Doyle & Allum,
Limited) consisting of watches* clocks,
jewellery, optical goods, fancy k<xxIk,
watch and jewellery repair goods and
Other Btock in trade of every kind, also
all store fixtures, fittings and
equipment  of   every    kind,   including
Olie safe, wall show cases, lloor
show cases, one regulator and clock,
work benches, tools, test ease, one op-
thalmoscope, polishing laths and other
utensflsof every Kind contained in and
.ilioiit the store premiss occupied hv tlie
Bftid Company on Uo\ Three (3), Block
Tut ni\ three (23) Plan 636A, in the
Citj "f Revelstoke, and that I will on the
30Ui daj of May. 1910, at the hour of 2
p.m. at the premises above mentioned
offer for sale lhe above mentioned goods
and property in one block.
An inventory ol the  said  goods and
properl) maybe  seen on application to
Mr. ( rowe at Bald premises or on application i" the undersigned at   his ollice,
first   Street,   Revelstoke,  al  any  time
between this date and the hour of sale.
Dated this .Mn! day <>! Mav. l('l".
A. !■;. KINCAID,
Railifl for the Mortgagee.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs.
4« 2WK9
Synopsis of Canadian Homestead Regulations
AN} aymlabln Domininn Land! withiu tha
Railway Belt in Uritish Columbia, ipaj
ho hnnuKLeailnd by HMy parson wliu is the sule
bead Of B family,ot any mala nynr 18 years of
hko, tu tlioaitontof oue-.|iiartorsectiou of 16U
ai'ros mora or less.
Entry mojt be made penorjallj at the local
land office for the district hi which tha laud is
situate: Entry hy proxy may, however, ba
made on corlain conditions by the father.
9other, miii. ilailitliter,'brother or sister of an
intoiidluK homesteader.
Tho homosieader is required to perform the
conditions connected therewith under one of
the following plans :
(1) At least six months' residence Ujmui aud
cultivation of tho land iu ohcIi year for three
years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the father is
docoH-odlof tlie homosieader resides upon a
farm in the vicinity of the laud entered for, the
re.|Uiromouts as to residence may lie satisfied
hy such parson residing with the father or
mother.
(.1)   If the saltier has his pormanent residence
upon l.in ■ lend owned by him   in  the viciu-
iiynf his hnmeitoad. the requirement! as to
residence n ny bo satisfied by residence uixiu
the sail bo d.
Six months  notice in writing should be iriveil
to the Cpinmtu er "i Dominion Landa at
Ottawa nf Intention to apply for patent.
Uul. (.,,,i mlniug rinhis maj be leased for
a Parlor] of twenty-ono years at an annual
rental of ll per aero. Not more than V.M
aere Imll be leased tn one individual or
company A royally at Ihe rule of five cents
per Ion shah hei'ollected im tho innrchai i-ibla
coal mined.
W. W. I ijhy
Deputy of the Minister of tl„, Interior.
N 11.    I iiiiiitliorixoil |nil.iimh  |   ,,   .      |
rertl ement will not lie uai.I tor.
MINK IIS WAXTED-For French
Croek, Big Bend, ^pply E. A. Bradley. SATURDAY,    MAY 28TH, UUU.
TtiE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Pags I
1   " fp^
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged unci Iropioved,    Firat-Claefi in every respect,    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Room*.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B.C.
TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST
Send a message to Mars
Mv Dear Sirs, if You Please.
Flash The News to The Stars;
Let The Tidings Be These ;
ROYAL CROWN SOAP
Is The Best in The West,
Golden West Washing Powder
Cleanses—Purifies—Beautifies
And The Premiums are Fine!
Save The Coupons
And Write for Premium Catalogue
It is Free for The Asking
DESIGN   PROTECTED   BY COPYRIGHT
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ot origin.
WHOLESALE     DEALERS    ONLY.
BEVBLSTOKB'   3=!-  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOIDTE      PEOP.
k-^v-%-*'%'%.'%.%^%%'* *■***%*"»•'*'*'»*'*•*'**•'*•*'»•*
A. F. MASON
PRACTICAL GARDENER
Jobbing promptly attended to. Agent tor all kinds oi
Trees. Plants, Bull's, etc. Lawns and Gardens taken can
nl  (or  tbe  Summer.   Terms reasonable,    Twentj years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80 j
Advertise in the Mail-Herald
DIRECT/?«* TACTOIOr *> RIT&HBN
y
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.V ' 'u
J,    I     fcj.     t
....., _L.j   a fe a
fE&FZffi***   ;^%p—:-;L-'---^
■ ■ mm
a**: ^rite3 ■-«-• m .,>   i
i»rz
3.: - ""*
r-^r
Q 8D
—X» n ■ "■■*—-
818 or 918—Elevated T.?nh cr Fl'::Ti Reservoir for Coal and Wood.
Made of lhe best Liuc PolljScd SLocl aad Nulleable Iron.
The "Dominion Pride" Range
MADE IN CANADA nml  Is placed nn tlio market  In rospnr.      •    .    ;      mil  for  a
Bango   combining  tlio  Btorllng   qualities   of   Malleable   Iron   and   Polished   Stool,
TJnbrcakahle, Unwarpablo, Indestructable, Economical, Design Attractive, Perfect
Cookers ar.d Bakers, will Lasl ., Lifetime with Proper Car:.
Tlie ordinary east iron rnngo is nt best a disappointing luvestmi at to
B0 soon iloos it exhibit tho elTects of wear nnd tear, unavoidable In ■      '1
of such fruil and brittle material.   The Combined Malleable Iron ano liluo  Polished
Steel Rnngo is tho nearest approach lo Absolute Perfection over li ilgned for Co::i-
fort, Economy  and  Satisfactory Eomostic  Sorvico ami  wherever   lust will
prove Itself a continual object of Satisfaction.    The prleo at which ii is supplii  . ,i
so modest that it is brought easily within tho roach ni even prudi ut faiui ; .
GUARANTEE
"Dominion Pride" Ranges am sold on tho following Guarantee:    If any enstlng pr ■■- ,
defective in twelve mouths from dale of inirchaao, wi   will fiiruisti -■ n.a
free of charge.  The above Guarnntec is very bri ad, uo if's   r n id's,
ami any casting that would have a llaw ia it tliat wo failed '. » i   •■
in tlie coarse of construction, such Haw would  ih w lonq '■        I
the twelve mouths have  transpired when  Bro is put ia :
INCOMPARABLE 0F7ES
Our placing direct to tho consumer our  Hi.;': Grade "Dominion
rride"   Malleable and  Polished Steel  Range,  as fully  desci      I
in our descriptive circular and gntiraut I. for less than  ■■
buy a cast trull range.    We are enabled ti taalte tl:     ••':
otter by car Direct frnin Factory to Kitchen Plan, which I
the   jobbers,   retailors,   traveling   snleuia i    ind   '
giving the consumer the benefll u1 these savings, wlreh iu i
enables tbe coubuuioi to buy ua uheup aa the uaalosule j
PltlCE
■Why imt buy dlre-l from the Manufacturer and «nvw tho
men's ami retailers' profital ''Dominion Pviilu" Kan c it I
through the retailer or traveling Nalesnuu .-. ih] have I i be lull
for $00.00 to $78.00, neeording tn tlm territnrj -■ i in. Our
price, direct to the consumer, is as follows: "Dominion Pridj"
Bar.-e, 8-1S nr 0-18 to;,, with high closet shplf ami el tank
or Hush reservoir, with pleco of /.ia- lo gu undei ii
8 joints of blue polished  steal pipe und  -  elbows, delivered  to
anv railway evres station in Ontario, (».:■.  \ .,,   p.- ...
Nova Scotia ami Prince Edward Islnml  fir $41.00 iWe Pay tV.j
Freir.li'). ami delivered to any ruilwsv expre - -'  '       In
toba,   Alberta,  Saskatchewan  an.;   I'.ri i  i   i   luuibiu   :  :
(Wo Pay tba Freight), $5.00 to accompany erl r, the balance
to be paid when range is delivered to you.    ii Dot com
to pay cash, will accent your Note.
Write fnr our Dp«C'';p^m-" C,,""1or.
CftSH
PRICE
$41
Deliverer) to cr.';,- R-iilwaij Station in P2XSH
Ontario, Quebec, Mew Urunsv. itli. Nova uun
Scotia and Prince Edward Island. PRirF
We pay the freight. ««v,*h
49
Delivered to ant| Rnllwutj Stntion in
Manitoba, Hlberta. Saskatchewan and
British Colu.-nbia   We paij the freight
OVER 6000 OF OUR RANGES IW USE IH TORONTO ALONE
Manufactured and Sold only by the
Canada Malleable 8 Steel Range Mfg. Co Limited. 8«trrio
(IN    WRITING    PLEASE    MENTION    THIS    PAPER)
WANTED
WANTED—General   Servant  Uiil
wanted ill private home,    (food wages
Apply at Mail-Herald ollice.
CRICKET
WANTED—A position as working
housekeeper of cnuk.    Apply Mrs. I.,
Hooin 21, I'nion Hotel.
WANTED One Team Horses. Must
not gn less thiin 1600 lbs. each horse.
Give full particulars to Arrow L.\ki:s
Lumrbr Company, Limited, Arrowhead, Ii. ('. my 26St
WANTED—At once. Waitress for the
Grand Hotel, Nukusp, wages S^O per
month.—Apply at Grand Hotel.
WANTED—Smart  odico boy.   Applj
in writing to Kox 200, city. t(.
Moving Picture!  to-night.
Tho following is  the     score of
first cricket match ot the season
ed on Victoria Day between tho
and the C. P,  It.
REVELSTOKE CITY
Field  ti Westerbery  	
Itenella o .lames, h Dailies 	
Bourne l> Aman 	
•lacks,,n li Westerbery  	
Fleotham 1 b w li Aman 	
1 Mulcv ,■ James, li Shaw 	
Wnixlle li Westerbery 	
Goring li Westerbery 	
Bingham  li Westerbery 	
Brooks li Westerbery     •
\,nil,, nol  oul  	
Byes, etc	
the
|)lav-
City
Drooks mado n good Bcore of 32 anil
Maley 2n, and for the C, P. K. team
Sluiw played a  line bai   making  ■"!.
POLICE COURT
... i
... n
... 17
... 11
,.., ii
.... 0
. . 0
.... I'l
.... 5
.... 1
... 10
TO LET—Furnished room,suitable
lor either one or two gentlemen.  Centrally located.    Apply this office.
WANTED—A caretaker for the Y.
M C. A. Apply to Y M. C. A. Secretary.
Total   '°
C. I'.  It.
\ianan   ,■   and   li   Malay        ■!
Shaw I li w, U Fleotham   II
Bronkor c Mnley, li Fleotham     1
Bai im- li Fleethnm 	
Westerbery     li   Maley  	
liunes   Ii  Maley  	
Warren 1> Fleotham
Curry  b  Maley
FOR SALE OR RENT-Ranch at
Clanwilliam. Apply to Mrs. Mnry
Palmer,   Clanwillinm.   P.   ('. le
Rrneewell   li   Maley       0
N'ouiiLr.   nol   oul     2
Stafford  li  Fleethrtm       "
WANTED!
A man or a boy to herd
cows during the day. Apply
to MAIL-HERALD.
Moving Pictures to-night.
I'; '  I,   etc     fi
Total   28
In th" second innings the oltj   I
"declared'- al   lho fall  of sis  ui keta
for l\2 inns, 'lhc •'. 1'. R. woiil in
again ainl wen' nil out for 92, thn
eity tcnin wiiininu' by IS runs. For
ihu ,iiy  learn  in  ihe  second  Innings,
A number of cases of drunk and di--
irderly were disposed of tlii- week at
the city police court,
Tlie police report quite nu influx oi
hoboes into the .iiy. bu' thi- fraternity  has 1   lhc -p'.ia;  mark  of    the
force    who Imve succeeded in getting
Ihem   onl   of   loun   in   quick   time.
FALSE PRETENCES
1!.   MeXnu a.  ' hnrged  u illi  obi
 in-y under false pretenses,  information, beinc  'ail h>   ,1. Abrahamson and
.1.   A.   Slone,   ai   whose  hotel    boi
cheque    had been i a bed,    was    committed      for    trial,    ami  elected    for
1 ipeedy tt lal,   The police hnvo    tl
• a ''d'    pa '    '1 in iheii  i	
I showing   that    In-   had   licen   up     oil      i
similar charge before, a ■ well   \ -   .a
iut- a term of Imprisonment.
i    li.   WePhee,  was  charged   with'thofl
of n bag ami found guilty, being fined
sj.'i and 8." i-oxU, or two months im-
in i onuii'iit.       ,1.   II.     .la kaon        and
Maj or II orolion were on i ho liem li
BEGGIXG
E.  Roberts,     charged  with  begging
und having no < isible means ol      m>-
porl  wa- sen!  lo Kamloops for three
iiioiiiIk.
t'.  I'.  \\ il on, on  a    Imilar    charge,
il ih les. grave, wn« fined 110   and
82.60 cost  , or  ton  days  in
HOOLIGANS  \T LARGE
<:.   Evans, -l. S, Thompson n id ff
ll. Wright, «eie chargerl with cri
a disl mii,r. •■ :,i I bre iL- ',_ w indows
and doors. I'.a. h «a« fine 1 >.". ,,. 1 lhe
cost of i he i image ! ■
| l'i McXumnrn, i-harged with assaulting the poii'.- and being drunk and
■li oi lerlj. A. I". Kin ai i assiste I .1.
II. -I e kson on the Is-ie h. \■• used
« i    i hnrged on ll i w:,s
fo .- d guilty   and  wnte ■ ed  to  13 dnj -
oi M'n,:  an !   t  month on    each
of the ' il her 11\...
Gruesome Discovery
i    Shoi ily  after .    -    ■ ■    •      \,.m
on   Wedi ■ v. j
Armstronu   ens r oi rlstnke
Vni    iuver wesl  bound lis id, »a« whal
a|.|'e lie I    lo    Ih      ,|l    objl
the   u.i 1..   i In    una . . -iii
w ,      ill     . ,
man     I he   train  was
■
train   i re«
'■"I" lhe i
'" 111    1 ..p|».l    |ci    ].,
I
the di        - i a  tl
'   ha I
II
-
nei  th fl
■  i
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body.
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M  tonight. Page 4.
TTTE MAIL-HERALD. FEVTLSTO.vE B C
SATURDAY,    MAY 28TH, MHO.
dhefiftatl*1becalb
PUBLISUBU  WKD    KS i\Y  AND
HATUtfD VY    AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
interior (Mibltdbtng Company
Limttod
Subscription   Rates
Inoluling pu*i.ib.' iu KiiKlaud, (Jutted States
.md ('amtdii.
Hy the yeur [throuirh uoatoiBeo]	
Half      "        " "        	
|2.5u
L5Q
I.on
J )M     HIS I IM. iMUIU'lUj uxuuuuxl ki iuimou<
ahli* t.H.-..
TERMS  • mil,   aubnonptii .h payable in ad
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Lege iiii!ii'i•- I'MTiit- pur Unu ilr-i  insertion,
• •'''tii I'i'ililir imi'Ii HllbrtlKltlUlll in-rrtUlll
Al-m-nn' iM'iil. \iiii|i,irirl 112 lint"- niuki- uur
lncll|.       Shirr     .nnl      gUlltim!    iMl-ltii'-s   an
iiiiii iii* ?.'.-"   iii-r  Inch  per month.
['-.■ii I'P'.i  iiiHiitoiir*.   j.i   pop   cent    a*l-
rtltli mi.   Iiii'ih-.   vlarriitgua  and  Deaths,
:*•>■   .Miii  in-.'r.i..ii.
Land   nuilcud   $7.rtu     All  advurtlHomontd
 i imi in- ap|iru\ nl of Lho inaniiKoiueut.
W .inu il unl i .rn.ii'i.-nl AdvurLliwniunU:
Attend* Wanlod, IK'lp VVaulod. Blluatlona
wuntt'd, -ii,i,i! ■ uh v.MMiu, Teauhorii
w .,,.-..i. Mii I,.,ni.- Wanted, lo words <»■
b— •:■«■.. fiH'ii additional line lu cents.
r:-...■.„.■- in -wiinhiin attveritMomentR mual
m mi b) H it. in.  'tmuiday und rMday  of
*i) in iv.'k in - ire good dlnplay.
OOKKttdPOXiJKNGK Invited  un matters of
publlo Intercut,   Commiinioatlonu to  Wdl
tor   in'i-i   lx! accompanied   hy   nam.)  of
ily fo  pi
-  faith.   Ci
"houl.l   Imi brtof.
FOR SALE
A beautiful Dwelling House in a
desirable location, corner of Third
Street and McArthur Avenue.
For price and terms apply to
Mi-   I'.iaa    Went,      Supreme   lii nl
Keeper    ol    lho    I..  0.  T.  M.  ul    the
 I I.   will   lie  in   Hevelslokoon     Mon
ilnj. ihr lilllli. la lhe afternoon ilie
will iiiHirnt'l lhe ineinbei'H of \l I. McKenzie Hive inseerel work anil Hive
ili-ill. Ai Sa'lli |i, in. she will give an
ail Ir.— iii Selkirk Hull, Second street,
nil fialei'iia organization aial lhe
liriii'lii- ilei'iveil frnin lhe fraternal
Ixmelieial oi'gnniznliou nf women. Thu
pilblle air cordially Invited lo hear
Mins West's nddross. As Miss Wesl is
one nf ih" ureal women linmiciora of
Vmeri.-n, and a ifiind pulilie spenkor,
liar aiidiel  may cxpeel a ' real. Allan    ion   free.
REVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, LU.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE  AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
writer, not necessarily fo   publication, hat I
a« nrMnnnnnf good faith.   Correapondonou   ,.,,,   eVenl      whieh,   while  all   too   infre- |    "You  "ill lie glad
Crime in Canada
AM) I'lMvHAM, |  |,ould   be  the     f lanienlul   principle , -,|,ai   i„  all  iln
ale  King  I'.iUvai.1, in honor of    Kim
V.,       oi ir Ini'.-il  s.'iiii.il    H   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
        know.''  -iiiii  I
lipienl  in ii- oeeurrenee, wns yet  pleas-   judgo ,| |, ..,■ [|nj   nd Iressinu  a jur\
inu   in  iis  patriotic     loyalty       whieh   j„  a  murder  Irinl  in  an  Onlnriocotirl
>f  murder   lhal
HAKK1HTKRB, SOLICITORS, ETC. I of all I 'nliadi-m ' hil.lreii.     \  great denljl have hail I.i na only .mi"  wnsnguinsl
Orncm:   iMiaan^MivK^tuiUHNO ItuvKi.   ,,,.  i,,,,,,,   „ •„]  „boll|   |he   Hying   of  the   „   ,,.n iv .•  horn  ('niinc'linli   ami   in     thnl
Money ui loan. Illritish   ling  in  Cnniula,   il   being even   ,.|iso tIn- unfortunate man  »n.     s -
OfHoer Revolntoke. B C.   Cranbrook, ft D.     llMll,.,|      ,),.,,    Buch n thing wns    nol    inglv not  res| sible for his nets.      I
GKO. H. Mi'CaK'I'KH ,.      i , ,1 i      i     i      i. i,    , ■ tl
4. M. I'imkiiam' j. a. Hakvkv. necessary,    ll   lhal   I"'  acted   upon   the   |mVe   hnl   llaliiins,   lliilguiians,   Mam
ling is like.y  in drop onl  of existence  doninns  ami  other  nationalities   ICng-
flees    Britain  nnd   her  Empire cnnnol   lish,  i   I  regret  to -ay-  anl  it  is a
nITord   to drop  lhe  signilicunee  of  her   mutter of pride lo me llinl  in only one
I ling  round which there hns been woven   ,.;,-,.    referrej    ."  "a-   the  prisoner a
smh  rcmarknble  history  nnd  romance,   unlive  Canadian."
nnd after nil  tho Hag i- bin   ilm    em,  ,
I.l,an  nf  the  Empire nnd  its  represent- ,
'atives.   The     ICnglishman  is    not    so I LSLBSt  MiiVi   \M
Kev.'l-inlie.
('riiiihrnnk
AVril.l.l.VM  I.  liivlwuo
B ininter
Solicitor, etc.
8 iltcitor fm: —
Tuk Canadian Hank ok COMWBRGB,
Tuk Molsovh Bank, Etc.
KiU<rsT.,   -    KEVKI.STOKE. B.O.'KnL>|i<n    ,),,,,     he does not   d    the I                              ^^^^
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llix  KM. Kkvklstokk  else  than  Imperial  ideas  and   Imperial statemenl  ..." ihis  new discovery.
sentiments.   Our  children  n I   to    bo      ln '""'"      "  Ml"  I'edrick  receives
familiarized  with  all   lhe symbols    of lpUel'8 "f enquir>- concerning his won-
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often   the inspiring red   of the ling impregnated  with coal dud,    burn    n
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■Meets Seoond and  Kuurth Wednesdays ln  fluences   than   to  Cnnndiunism.      Smh ''oniinue      experiments    on   the    huge
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Corporation of the City or Revelstoke
PROCLAMATION
A vHcaitov having occurred mi tbe
Hoiitd of School Trustees, public notice is hereby given to the electors of
tbe Municipality (if Revelstoke, thai 1
require, the presence of lbe saiil electors at the city Clerk's Office,
Uliy Hill. -McKenzie Avenue in
(be said eity, on Monday llu* (ith
day of .lune, 1M10, at 12 o'clock
noon, fee Ibe puijio.se of elect ing a
School Trustee.
Tli--inmle uf iifininntion of candidal es sball lie us foi ows:
'I'tic candidates slum be nominated
in writing; the writing shall lie sub-
pcribcd by two voters of the municipality as proposer and seconder, and
shell he delivered to the Returning
Offl'er at any time between the date
of i bis notice ami 2 p.tl. nf the day of
nomination; and In the event of a pull
being necessary finch poll will he open
eil on Thursday ihe ninth dav of .lune,
191(1, in the City Clerk's office, in the
City of Reve'siuke, nnd kept open
bet ween the hour, f nine o'clock in the
forenoon and the hour "f seven o'clock
in he afternoon, for taking and ie
entiling the voles of the elect om of the
saiil City, of which evevy person Is
hereby required tn take notice and
govern himself a. cordlngly.
Tbe persons ip alirled to he nominal! .1 for uiul elected as School Trustees
shall he sucb persons as arc bousebolil-
I't's anil lining British subjects of the
full au'e of 'wenl j -one years anil otherwise ipialilieil to ■ ote at an election of
School Trustees.
Every candidate nominated shall
signify by a writing accompanying
the nomination paper bis consent tn
such nomination, except, in case bucIi
person be absent from the municipality when such absence shall ba Btated
in <he nomination paper.
Given under mv hand at Revelstoke
this 28th day of .Mav, nun.
CHAS. .I. AMAN.
Returning otlice.•.
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATfO 1C55
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
$3,500,000
Has 65 liranches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A OEMI'RAL nANHINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohos.     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, 8. C. Branch. W. H. PPATT, Manager.
-1 -r "T1"" '
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd. j
Freight and Parcels  Promptly   Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and  Piano  Moving  a Specialty
OFFICE:    SECOND STREEF.
PHONE 276
l,i 1ST A " l,.«lii-s' I.icjit Bine
lacket, -ilk lined." Anyone finilitiB
.une and returning to P. B, Well's
Store, l.uwer Town, will be rewarded.
■
l . iR    SAI.R   A    Ilciiit/iiian     Piano,
■   rrandi nearly  newi
particulars     "T"
TENDERS
ti I (or  the   - oni u'i,'
.1    |||     (lOOl      '"I ■''  .     'I ItllK'
ll   ilie mil      |  I'  lir,
h.'I     ■ he, Una   Hon mn
■   .1 n.n     I .ill
'  .ii   Architect   Win.
1 '"iiiii i   i ..nii ii ion
tl Hill I     (ui     llle
mil 2     lllo. k   16
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'.til I. I
I'n A I I   WllOM  I l   M \ ^  Cum I lis:
u :■ i. i Iril iv,•, Julius lliiiii-al
.itnl A. I'. II llllll 'I ' le Ion ii uf N.i
knap, in   Ihe Pi •■• Ini e nl   Hi il i I. Onl
nubia, mii-iiil ... apply in : h" • l.inf oi
l'i ,,\ lie i.il    Polii '■   !KJ   'I--,       >l"i   I In
ii'i- lei i'"t, I-i lhe i i.i.i -Ii'i ul  lin in •
hi Id   hj   II   .1    ImP.,.. Ii   ■ t   11,.   H.'t, ■
' .1 iikI      V it.   i   ... !.,     \     1       ll.ni'li .ui.
I i    'i',11
Dated   nl   '•■ ikti p, II,   C, this Iut It
lay n( Ap. II.
.lllll-   U'i' i. M ,
.j. .1.1 in. s   i;   li \ilh.
WE CALL
Robin Hood Flour
"The Flour that is Different"
/T\*l
MOOSf J4W SA* ■
We must stand ready to prove
It and also prove that the difference is so marked, so worth
while, that you will feel this Is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
stand.
We ask you to take no risk.
Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does not prove perfectly satisfactory, so satisfactory that you, too,
say, "It is really the flour that is different," you may
take it to your grocer and he will give you back
your money.
Will you make the trial on your next flour order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
■o MOOSE JAW, SASK. limited SATURDAY,   MAY 28TH, 1!>M.
If our methods suit you
tell others. If they don't
suit you tell us. Any criticism of our mode of
doing business will be
appreciated.
THE MAIL-HERALDrREYELSTOKE, B. C.
r»s» ■
■v
SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send   the   children    to
the -lure.   Come yourself,
Have our city traveller
call   at   your   home   for
orders.
Rote Dresses
Semi-fitted Itohe Dresses, just il
little work by a practical dressmaker and they will be ready-to-
put on. Lovely White Organdies
and Mulls, beautifully fn«hinned
and trimmed, made in the high
waist Russian BlouBe styles.
There are four or live distinctly
different patterns to choose fron.,
and the price
$7.50 to $12.50
New York Wash Suits. Nothing
has been shown so far this season
to approach them. A decided
novelty is a heavy white net
braided collar, with wash Soutache
Braid. The skirt is made to
match, highly trimmed with Soutache
$15 and $19.50
M York M
In White and Tan Linens, heavily
braided with line Soutache Braid
The new Russian Blouse Coat,
very smart and dressy. We want
to demonstrate them to you at
$9.50
Here is an assorted Box of Nek
Ruchings in mixed colors or ell
white. Some contain the new
Coid Kdges, others contain fY
new Chiffon Ldgings. Six Frili*
in box, at per box
35c,
Tourist ffillinf
Tourist Frilling put up in boxes
about " yards in a box, make-
about seven frills. Nice for wear
ing with wash dresses and wai' ts.
So cheap can be thrown away
soiled, at per box
20c.
The Klevator is tlie most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
gel the best and most reliable, \
the safety devices so fat produced
you will find on it. The mosl
approved automatic Bafety brake.
m
^0$&fe&
mm
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•UM)tir*T.:\ii-
Sununer Underwur
Sow is the time, when our stuck is complete, *o inspect
our lim- of Su.inner Underwear—Btlbriggan, Merino, and
\ itural Wool—we have them all here and the most particular dresser can find what be wants.
STANFIELD'S pure wool, rib kind, summer weight,
at %\:2~> per garment.
NATURAL WOOL, "Robin Hood" brand, a very
light, weinht, pure wool underwear, just the thing for tbis
season of the year—$1.50 per garment.
SILKETTE for the hot weather. A*k to see it. The
most ciiinforialiie of all for hot weather.   $1.75 a garment.
R.V.D.—Short sleeve coat shirt, knee drawers, neat
and comfortable,    $1 per garment.
FRENCH B.XLBRIGGAN, made from pure Egyptian
cotton—Toe. per garment.
The famous W. G. & R. brand in all the
| latest patterns and fabric-. You can't make a
I mistake on ihis brand. Every one is perfectly
I finished and everyone is full fitting. Light
and dark Cambriofl and Zephyrs.
$1.25 to $3.50 each
GET IT AT HUMES
r? REGAL SHOES
—and so doe« every other well-dressed man hctc. Diey're the
smartest shoes that money can buy—exact reproductions oi
expensive metropolitan custom models. They're made in quarler-
itza, niving you an exact (It. Regal Shoes are lh". greatest shue
"allies ■- the <vorld—that's why we sell them.
Let iu show you the new Spring stylet
$5.00 and $6.00
C. B. Hume Sr Co,
DEPARTMENT   STORE
Revelstoke,   *   B. C.
Fresh Strawberries, Ripe Tomatoes
Cucumbers,   (ireen   Unions, Sun-
kist Oranges, Banana*,  and Sun-
kijt   Lemons   and   Grape   i■'. .
Telephone your orders early.
1
If you an> requiring a high-grade
Tea, at a moderate price, you will
have no dilliculty in being soiled
wiib our famousSUNBEAM TEA
in bulk. It is blended especially
for us and is pi't up in two grades.
Ask for SUNBEAM when you
want a good Tea.
40o and 50c. lb.
Eight Barrels, and TH Cases of
1'rice's Baking Powder, or 153
dozen cans, just received. We are
now in a position to supply your
wants for Baking Powder with
pure fresh goods. Cet our Prices
on PRICE'S, wholesale or retail.
We also carry a full stock of
Schillings, Blue Ribbon and
Magic.
Fancy (lii
When you are looking for Wedding Presents come in and let us
BUggest something' in the Fancy
china and Glassware line. A
large assortment of Cut Class to
choose from, including Fancy Cut
Bowls, Water Sets, Wine Sets,
Cut Plates, Butter I)ish*>s. Nappies, Water Bottles, Salts. Vinegar
Bottles and Mustard Dishes. Also
a thousand different articles in
Fancy China that would please
any bride. ,..±
i
.lust unloading to-day Two Carloads of the best teed oats, Let
us quote yon prices by the sack
or ton. Also a large quantity of
thi best quality Prairie and '1 im-
othy   Hay,   wheat, Bran, Shorts
• 'hop-,  uul I 'racked I !oi Q,     Whi i,
you  want f.-ed  we can Bave you
money.
You may  find a  mistake in
uur accounting, let u- know if you
do. We have installed tlie finest
ollice system possible am! are doing
our utmost to keep apace with the
times. You can help ui if yi
iij know of any mistake that n
occur.
bjdishm Pn^p f>.
THE MA1LPIERALD, REVELSTOKE B C
SAT! IIDAY,    MAV  J- I 11.   1010.
■SEKS:'. :'. mw*»himi»mbii«m—im
ction of the
The Well Known
Pringle Stock Compa
starting Monday, May 1, Revelstoke
In a Repertoire of the Latest and Best Comedy-Drama Successes
Bill  Changed  Every  Night.    OPENING  PLAY
umorous Comedy-Drama - "TRAPPED 11 TREACHERY"
Mr, Harry Pringle
d 75c.  Child re n. 25c.     Reserved Seats at Macdonald's Drug Stare
■a*SHUS32£)l£5^.r.'iB15MX^
CELEBRATION AT BUBTQN
Pioneer   \    , Hurt   u
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lit      .     ' ti   \ i' '"iM   bu   .   >■ lii      e lip-
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lli.i l'i lieu iiii! "i i'IiI tii'1
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tukei i    lire of hi    ill   llu   -■■' "i
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i' .   beside-   \i Iiii I        iveiv
ru     !.;    small      piu'ties   from     Needles,
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distinguishing!  fenl tir.
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clasp,     while un  the  ribbon,
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hovel,  i,ml  tin' let lerinj     r
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! hj Mi. .1. ... Patenuudc of N'elson,
an.I won by Mr. Devilt, Duncing was
mle .iL-t'il in as tin' hi.nrs grew npaco,
.nnl all were unanimous thai the daj
was the mosl enjoj'able event of
lhe year,
Le Roi est Mart
The Following poem appearing in the
\i  toria    "Week" i-  the work    of    an
obscure II. ('. poet, bill has been grenl
■Ij   admired   by  the  highest   authorities
jus uu  Kmpire poem  superior to    any
thing    wliicl   the  mournful  occurrence
ut   the  King's death has called  forth:
Purple    nml    black,    Heath'-    ghnstly
panoply,
Like the dull shadows ..f the falling
night,
Surround      u-   in   tint'   mI.-iii   majestj'.
',   What man so  thoughtless  and what
heat i  -,, light
Rul   f.',.|-   lhe    inin h  ni  gloom?      Far
overhead
I'll.   Hug    lh   hulf-musl   high,    mute
sign-  tliat  show
ii   Knipire mourns,   i irns   ihnt   her
king i   de id
tthj   i-  hei   hearl   -o  sad,    hei    itep
more  =losv?
Be  nisi    '  . pings of tha
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crimson ermine    and
puppet  moved,    i
aor ciim-
Eung.     Bat not
i..r this
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NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
alter date I intend to apply lu (lhe
Superintendent of tlie Provincial Folice
for a renewal of the retail liquor license
for the Queen's Hotel, Comaplix, B. C,
fur the half year (ruin June 30th, 1910,
to Dec.31st, 1910,
Dated .Mav   Itli. 1910.
May 4 lm J, 11. YOUNG.
NOTICE.
Take notice that I intend to apply t"
the Superintendent of the Provincial
Police (or a renewal nl the retail liquor
license for the Kootenay Hotel. Burton
City, B, C, for the half year from June
50th, 1910 to Dec. 31st, 1910.
Dateil May 4th, 1910.
Mav 4 lm \VM. I.<>YATT.
NOTICE
Take nolice that Jo days after date I
intend to apply to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police fur a renewal "I the
retail liquor license for the Halcyon Hot
Springs Hotel. Halcyon B C, (or the
half year from June .Vith. 1910, to Dec.
31st,  1910.
Dated May 4th, 1910.
Mai i hu. H McIxtosh.
NOTICE.
Take notice that 30 days after date I
intend to ipplj to the Superintendent
"l Provincial Police for aj renewal ol
the retail liquor licence lur the Union
Hotel, Arrowhead, ll. C, for the half-
year from June 30th, 1910, to Dec. 31st,
' ■:
Maj 4th, 191   .
\V. J,  LlGHTBCRNI ■
NOTICE
th.
I        Hotel    trrow
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NOTICE.
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days after date
1 intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of the retail liquor license for lhe
Criterion Hotel at Camborne, B. C,
for the hnlf-.venr from .lune 30, ID 10,
tn  December 31st,   1910.
Dated  May -Ith, 1910.
F. T. ABEY.
NOTICE
Take notice that 30 days after date
I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of tlie retail liquor license for the Eva
Hotel. Camborne, B. C, lor the half-
year from .lune 30, l'.'IO, to December
Hist.   1910.
Haled May 4th, 1910.
II. .1. WARE,
NOTICE TO PUBLIC
The police have secured  the services
of a  scavenger.   Any persons  desirous
of having their closets or cesspools
cleaned, should leave word in the
police station.
11. M. PARRY,
Chief of Police
Mll'IC K
Take notice that we intend to make
application to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for a renewal of our
retail liquor license for tho premises
known as the Leland hotel, Nakusp,
B, I'., for the half-year from .lune 30,
1910 to December .'list, 1910.
Ogilvio k  McKitii.U.
May 3rd, 1910.
NOTICE.
Take notice that thirty days after
date I intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of Liquor License for the St.
Leon Hotel. St. T.eon. B.C., for the
half year from May 31st., to December 31st., 1910.
M. GRADY.
NOTICE
I Take notice that 30 da.vs after date
, I intend to applj' to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal
of the retail liquor license for the I.nr-
deau Hotel, Comaplix, B, C, for tho
half-year from .lune 30 1910, to December 31st, 1910.
!    Dated  May  4th,   1910.
II. M. EVANS.
NOTICE.
TO     WHOM     IT    MAY    CONCERN.
This is to certify that I lost a cow
insured with lhe British American
Live Stock Association, Ltd., for $-10
and thnt 1 have this date received,
through W. B. Robertson, their local
representative at. lievelstoke, I!. C,
settlement in full.
Dated at Revelstoke, B.C., this 10th
day ol May,  1910.
J. A. MORGAN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to apply for n
retail liquor license in respect of the
premises nt Downie Creek, Big Bend
district of West Kootenay, known as
the Downie Croek Hotel.
Dated Mny 10th,  1910.
GEORGE C.  HAWKER.
Wanted to Buy       | BUY Vancouver real estate
A Small Steam Tug Boat In good We ofler full quarter acres Imperial
repair. Apply, giving lull particulars 'ark, beautiful location, easy terms,
us to size. Btyle of machinery, price Write for particulars. Western Broker-
. \pnteil en'., to MUNDY LUMBER I ge Co., 720 Pender St., West, Van-
CO., THREE VALLEY, H.C.    m254t .couver, B. C. a.13-0.
NOTICE
Take notice that .10 days after dati
we intend to apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for a renewal of the retail liquor license foi
the Glacier House. Glacier, li. ('.. f.,i
the  half year  from   .lune  30,   1910-    to
December  lllsl,   1910.
('.   P.   Hy.   Coy.
May 3rd,  1910.
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Fruit Lands Near Revelstoke
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
aivided into small blocks to suit purchasers
and $300 Per Acre
EASY  TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
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''    i SATURDAY,   MAY 28TH, 1919,
THE MATL-HERALD.1REVELST0KE, B. C.
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BUILD IP
REVELSTOKE
Patronize
Local Industry
GET YOUR
—TB|
NTING
AT HOME
cTWAIL-HERALD
has new type and printing machinery
Our stock tf printing papers is large and
well selected.
WE PRINT
Letterheads - Billheads - Cards
cTVfenus - Envelopes - Programs
Books and Booklets - Loose Leaf
<L/4.ccount Forms - Ball Programs
Wedding Stationery - Memoriam
Cards - Lumber Forms - Tags, Etc.
ADDRESS-
THE INTERIOR PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Agents for the famous
EMPIRE TYPEWRITER
$60.00 Cash
"SALADA" is the same wherever or v/henever
you buy it—always of unvarying good quality.
Its native purity and garden freshness is perfectly preserved in sealed "SALADA" Packets.
 Black, Mixed anil Natural Green, 40c, 50c, Cue »cd 70c per lb. —« r
CP.R. Summer Schedule
The I'. P. It. will inaugurate their
triple doily transcontinental train ser-
'ut nil Sunday, June 5th, ol 12:01
o'l-lock (midnight.) The pi
11■:illii- i lii- summer i- likely tn i'i- '.•■! ■.
heavy ami thu C. I'. li. ore prepared
tn ropo with  it.
The follow ing i- ili,' new - I'heduic ,m
il   ollecta   lievelsloke:
WKKTIMH \ll   ITIAINS
Nn.  1  arrive.. OM, departs 11:2*1   i m.
S'o. !)" arrives 3:25, departs II: 15p.m.
Nn. ."i arrives  1:55, departs 5:15 p.ni.
RASTHOVXD    TRAIN'S
No. 2 arrives 12:.'15 midnight, de
pari-  12:15 midnight.
Nn. '.ni oirives 11:30, departs 11:50
a.  in.
No.  0 arrives 0:20,  departs 9:10 a.m.
MllliiWIllAll  BHAN'CII
Leaves  K ivelstoko 0:35 o.  m.
\rrives Revelstoke  1:30 p. in.
The Arrowhead sleeper will be ot-
lai-ln'il in \". 5 ii.>iiim ui.-i and Nn.
r. going east.
The Itevels.oke - Vancouver local
train will be token olT when tlie new
service commences.
T,
Pringle's Coming
One of the good things that will
visit lievelstoke thi^ season will ba the
Pringle Stock company, who will till
u week's engagement at the opera
liuii<«' starting Monday, May 30. Tlie
press all over eastern and western
Canada have been very generous in
their praise of i'ii- excellent attraction. In fact everywhere they have
played ihey have met with ^"«»il sue-
res.\ Their repertoire is no\> an I
biighl and otters the people au opportunity to see the late N'ew York productions, -uih as " Tho Kightinu
Hope/' Paid in Pull," "Young Mr*.
Winthrop," "Mrs. Temple's Telcgtum*1
Not only lias Mr. Pringle made it a
point to give the theatregoers a good
up-to-date line of plays, but he has
been particular in his selection of
player? capable of properly producing
I the plaj s. Miss ('harlotte lluinmor,
Un- leading ladj of Lhe company, ia u
very capable actress of metropolitan
experience, of charming personality
and magnetism. She i- considered in
the Bame class with Miss Blanche
Walsh, Olgo Not her sole anil other
famous stars, Other members ol the
company are Miss Florence Pringle,
Miss Melbfl Hermann, Harry Pringle,
Gerald Clute, John Pringle, Porter
Warfield, Alex McKay und Master
Norman. The opening bill of the
Pringle Co. will !*■ "Trapped by
i rreachery" the comedy drama success
thai scored such an instantaneous bit
in  Victoria*
li.e Caoeiici; Northern
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-I.,,.ii.l  -■'•'■    Uli    Monn, vici    i    i
lent   nl   ili.-  <'a!               N H lil-
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ii   tl        \ id   Pn-s.      It.
Mr.  5 il
be able In 1
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rapidly
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trad   with   il :i
r. .linn i '. i
iin.   i_'| Pacific |
| tluiti .lid;   2.   1010.
I    Construe! on tho
j "ni'i  will  be eni !      I     n thi     ."ith
i side .,f the  I'rasei   ri\ er a  short     lis-
i.iii '■   to    i ast   .-■'   i ii ■    m    eri ment
bridge, which will  be u. ■ 1  h; ■   ,-
n pii hi Northern in reai liing ^,-w
Westminster and Vancouver, Ii is
reported thai the firsl work to be
done will be on lan'l which il i- -aid
will be townsited on I named liter
Mr. Mann. This pln< '-.i'i !aid, it
the outset of construction form n iren-
• ini base from which will In- i. in Iled
all lhe supplies incideni il to the w >rk
mi  i i las!   wtioi - of  'li"  ro id.
Movintr Picture* To-night.
The IC. [rain Route
CaUjary, May 2~. "The movement
in I'anodion grain lo ICurope via Vancouver aud Central America i- engaging the attention of British engineers,
backed by large financial  interest.   "
1 .im -      Co .  British  png Q
er, « ho spoul  several ) ears       M
and   who  passed   thru igh i
route lo the east,   "So mm h Wi        .
i 'an ida grain iinw   takes the   11 I
tepee railway route across the isthmus
that   Pearson's  compan;.  1 niidon,l ng-
laii 1.   the   I :m ontroctiirs  in    lhe
worid,  who control   this   in.
I'l.niiiiiij     'u  make   this   a   •
rj stem.    I he  presi nl   lim     '  i» -   proi -
lically   i,,    grade  und   in
may !>,' i heaply  oper ite i.    i lie object
of providing four tracks i-  to provide
for competition with the Panama    .in-
al.     Pearson's claim  the)   »iii  ii  I il
terminal     i.iiiliii"-     ivhj■■!, will allow
thi'in   to  deliver   grail the    is-
tlllllUS quii l,.-r  Ulan   ships      ,» In
I'd  through  'h"  Panama canal.     This
a|i|'.ir- feasible as the railroo 1  ■      ,
ih.hi-.ii. I     a ili      not lh of the t inal.
Upon    ihe     . ompletioi innl.
Western i' in tda - graii will have
iMinpetinf routes via the i-'limus allowing     minimum    freight    rate-    to
I'm .,|M'."
H'l'lll'     I'M , Tnge 8
TITE MAIL HERALD REVELSTOKF. B C
SATURDAY,   MAY 2STH, 1910,
Hot Weather  Garments
Ladies' Summer Knit Vests
Ai 1,10,, i")c., m.v. aud 7.V. inch.    Undoubtedly
these vests am lhc !n-l   value ever  presented
al IIk'm' reaped i\ e priui s.
Anderson Scotch Gingham
and '/.epbvrs, absolutely last colors, 25c, HUc.
nml 85c.   Selling at 20c.
Princess Dresses
Ilea ni it'niiy   innl   and  eonifortable for   uai in
weather.    Preltv di esses in fine Mulls. Lawns,
Scotch Gingham
Plain, checks nnd Su ippp    Selling now nt 12JC,
We waul you In see Ibis line.
and Muslins.    Prices   $5, $11 and .Ss.
Smart Suit-in Linen   Kepps.    Indian  tiead
Pi ices lit! ging frnin $."i up.
Delainettes
Beautiful Soft linisb   a largerangeof patterns,
Bargains in Our ^'ash Goods
Values Ihai every woman who lends will want
HI Inches wide,    liegular 20c     Now 15c.
Mil liner v
White Crossbar Muslin
'21 Inches wide, at lac.  very pretty materials,
New   Goods   to   hand at   Special    Sale
Prices.   Now is your opportunity to buy your
Summer Hat at a reduction.     Call in ami sec
our display, it is worth your while.
at Sale Prices
English Prints
The be-.! made, warranted fust colors, nl  I-V.
per yard.
REID I®, YOUNG
Tlie   regular  n lini!   "i   the    Ladies
Hospital ilnilil mi Tuesday no.vt, May
31st, nill imt He held, Inn a spo-'ial
meeting «iil be called at a later dale,
particulars ot which will be given in
due course.
Keep in mind the social given b,\ lh i
Ladies  Auxiliary, noxl  Thursdu.i. .1	
2n I, in the Ity. V. M. 0. A. Music
In the City Hand. Presenting ol
prizes, swimming contests, ice cream,
oivl iii liri- delicious refreshments, and
n  real  good  li	
Tho Hon. Thus. Tuyloi has notilied
the liourd of Trade thai lhe P. ('.
I'niversily ciinimissiun will sel in Vic-
liiria un Ma.\ lilllli, and llih ising lhe
Uevclsloke Hoard of Trade lo apply ol
iiiim' im a  lieoring.    I'l oniniission
will prolmbly ln.lil a silting here al
a  later date.
Ili- i ,.:,".• il." Mosl Itov, Sell Mac
'veil, liniii.'iii Catholic \n llbish.ip I'm'
Uritish t'tiliunbin was etiihrinied mi
Wedne*ln\ nl i lie Holy Uusnry church.
Hi,,  advent    ni     Arc'hbisl   MneNeil
will    iuilULTlirilte   a    Hew    era    ni   |'l".l"--
in Catholicism ihroiighoul 111■ ■ pro\
ineo. Tiie archdiocese i- one of ili"
largest ami most imporlaiil in ili"
Dominion, ami lii- grace, in judge
from lii — previous record, i- mil likely
in iic content with uiv\  drifting policy,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Sunkisl   in .'   ■
<!. /"ii  ai   Mclnti re's
H
per
^lexicon mules and ponies are being
imported into Southern Alberta for
i, •■ nn il," ranches.
The Columbia river 1    has reached
I ,.• highesl   mark  ihis  week    for    the
time uf year .ii any previous years.
Free miners arc reminded that their
licenses fall due on May 31st. It is
well t" renew bel ire 1 ' ush or, that
date. «d.
Th" V.'in.i. New- editorially roasts
i. . niincil ni ilia: i ity ior lie- slow
i lanner in which a!! publi woi ks are
li ling dragged oui.
Paris  nf  Mi-ii" ,  Sui '   Hints-
qui    are    sulferiuc   from   ■,   plague    "i
caterpillars   and   grave   tears   are
lertnined for the  appli
\  new   use has  bei i.  f >un I fm
iquitoti!    ind n     I daude-
'.   : . whirl,  i- thi   •'!)' I everj   gal
dener in thi   proi !■   ■-.
Dandelion    in il s ■   ■
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To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA AIVD  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of   the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid 4 Anderson
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
Mr-.  Patter  ..i Cranbrook, i- the
ii.--i   nl   Mr. ami  Mr-. C.  It.   Pagel.
Mr-.   Lawrence  will   lie  al   I      In
|her friend-; nn  Wednesday, June  l-t.
I A. I'.. Phi|ips, in-pei lur of the Imperial Honk, Calgary, was in the cilj
llii-   week.
j    Constable Terry, ncc pnnied by   lii-
elile-i     son,     left  ihi- morning mi n
1 three   lllnlilll-   visit    nil   leave   of   allience
'(,, England.
j Iii ilie absence of Mayor Hamilton,
nn hi- honeymoon n?xt week, Aid.
Trimble has been appointed a- acting
mayor in  hi- -lead.
Mi-- M.i ai im- entertained a number
.•I friends nl htridge nu Thursday  night
lA.Hcr a very enjoyable Lain" 'lie fort-
unnt?  prize  wiuners  were   Mi--     Mary
JKilwaril-   ami   Mi-   IV Ily       Mel. lllll.
\   very   dainty  supfver  concluded     the
I evening.
The  social  event   ni   ihe  season  will
be  iln-  weddiup   ..I   Maim   lir.   Hamilton and Sliss Mary     Edwards,    which
i will   take place at St. Peters    church"
i.,n  Tuesday  afternoon, June' 17th. <T$»
bride  and biidefroom  are boiK popu*
lar viiuhl'     people, and of long Keel*
denee in  Revelstoke, which makes tBe
event   all   lhe more interesting to their
■ many friends.
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MAY 30-31
EDISON THEATRE
THE FAMOUS
FIGHT PICTURES
Guaranteed perfect in Phnto.i;-
rpphy. Clear ns Crystal Just
ns plain and perfect to the
i/ieiw as to '.hoso who wors at
the Ringslrto In tho Arena.
he   lii"'
on in
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Admission, 50c.-25c,
Spring Tonics!
$1.00 a   Rottlo
I'm    rin'i
Bews' Drug Store
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McKenzie  Ave.. Croiinfl Floor
Rovelstoke. B, C.
Empress Shoes for Women
THE
^(shoeJ^
SETS THE FASHION
FOR WOMEN
Vassar Shoes
For Dressy Women
Classic Shoes
for Misses and Children
In recommending this
Empress Shoe to you, we
do so freely—it is one of
our new styles, bright,
snappy and up-to-date; the
materials used in the making are the best, and yet
the price is moderate, $3.00
stamped on the sole.
We are one of the 400
Empress agents.
5""     Our stuck will lie found the most complete ami best assorted in
ilie Cily.
Oxfords nnd Pumps In black kid und Patenl nml in Tan ami
Chocolate KM nml Grey or Tan .Suede   all sizes 2 to 7.
Itnls. in Black Kid nnd Patent, Black Patent with drey .Suede
Tops, Tans nnd Chocolate.
We are showing a new line of American made Oanvns Shoes
Pumps They are very natty and sell at $2. We have both while
ami Tan.
Try us fnr Children's Shoes. Our line is the best made. We
have linth While and Tan.
Try us for Children's Sbnes. Our line is the best iniiile. We
guarantee every pair we sell to give satisfactory wear. All sizes,
from infants to large girls.
NEW SUMMER HOSE
All colors in a line gauze lisle hose with garter top both Lace
ami Plain.    Special Price40c.   per pair or three  for One   Dollar
mz&
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and you should insist upon getting the best at all
times— gel ours. Our reputation for good bread is not
the result of chance. Our customers are satisfied that
ours is the most satisfactory bread they can buy.
Try it and you will become a regular customer. Our
Groceries are also in keeping with our bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
Mien's Wash Dresses
\ ni..' i.hil;!1 .'I iliiM- Suit-, for Children
from l >v.n upto i ; yunmof tijfCi prvltj ile-
^il;ii>- -hi.I piutertift. ANti infanta dothe*.
\ i ii nispi'i tion limit J,
MRS. A. G. CRICK
OPI'OSI 112 \\ INDSOR HOTEL
PRICES COMING DOWN
ON BUTTER AND EGGS
Can offer good values in these lines
Two-Ounce Bottles of Extract, any flavor—15c. per
bottle, nr 2 for 25c
Orders Promptly Delivered.
McIntyre   &  Son

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