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"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $G0.
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
Tfc
Mail-
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS  AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16—No. 56
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JULY 20, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
f it ror a lling
This is the expression of all
who see our display of
Salad
'©WIS
1
We were fortunate in securing a continental traveller's samples of these
Artistic Bowls—no two alike—all beauties and works of art in their decorations, and at prices that any  can   buy
r
rom
SPECIAL   FOR   ONE   WEEK
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfice—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      -      - $10,000 000.00
Capital Subscribed            - 5.575,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      . 5,330,000.00
Reserve        .... 5,530,000.00
Branches »r Agents at all principal points iniC'nnadn.
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 Defprtment
Deposits of 81 and onward, received, and Interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
lOBnraRHmasuBBBBG
Now Is The Time
When you appreciate being able to buy
MEAT, BUTTER EGG* AND FISH
where you know thoy nre kept cool ami
at tlio right temperature Our meats are
shipped in twice a week in Refrigerator
Cars and our Cold Storage I'lant enables
us to turn them over In Prime Condition.
P.   Burns & Co.
Limited.
Clearing Sale of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Millinery
at Cost Price
Mus.   A.Ci. Crick
two noous BAST OK KDI80N THEATRE
CITY SCHOOLS
Results of Midsummer Exams.—
Promotion List
Tho following pupils ol the puhlio
school havo earned promotion as a
result ol their work during the term
just closed. Tin- names are arranged alphabetically:
High fourth roader to Leaving
class M, ibrahamson, Q. Burridge,
13. Clay, M. Colarch, n. Daniels, M.
Kli-i-tluuu, K. Fletcher, I. Genelle, R.
Haggen, M. Lee, A. MeCarter, K.
McCarthy, .1. Mclntyre, W. McLoan,
M. Paget, lv Bobbins. Recommend
ed—M. Cathcls, m. Hack, M. Lawler.
Inter. Fourth reader to iliuli Fourth reader- L.Blackberg, D, Evans,
A. Young, .Recommended—U. Calder, ll. Cooke, T. Qalllcano.
Low Fourth reader to Inter. Fourth reader—M. Brock, tl. ('.".ke, O.
Coursler, L. Uanlols, K. Field, J.
Maley, t'. Manning,     Recommended—
A. Genelle, W. Leslie, A. Pagdln, O.
Peterson.
j High Third reader to Low Fourth
reader,   Div.  Ill—M.  Allen,   V.  Bell,
F. Bourne, H. GaUicano, s. GalU-
jcauu, Vi. Smythe. Recommended—
iL. Anderson.
Uiv. IV.—L. Abrahamson, R. Cal-
|der, L. Campbell, (1. CocorocbiO,
J. LeBeau. Recommended—M. Robinson.
Low Third reader to High Third
reader—-H. Armstrong, E. Bradshaw,
JW. Cook, E. Donaldson, E. MacKinnon, O. Maclean, O. Moran, L. Rae.
Recommended—H, Cousins, G. Fletcher, N. Frost, L. Smith, M. Smythe
G. Urquhart.
High  Second  reader  to  Low Third
reader — D. Abrahamson, M. Armstrong, K, Bruce, N. Fleetham, W.
!Fleming, M. Gallon, M. Genelle, A.
Jackson, J. Laing, H. Lyttle, D.
Maddaloni, M. Mat/., H. McLellan,
IA. McLean, T. .McRae, L. Morgan, T.
Morgan, R. Tapping, G. Tomlinson,
L. Williams.
Low Second reader to High Second
reader—L. Amato, R. ('aider, I.
Clotigh, I. Donaldson, L. Edwards,J.
Fletcher, A. Fraser, M. Genelle, D.
Johnson, M. Jollifte, B. Laughton,S.
Lidy, J. Lonzo, S. Manning, J.
Marchesan, ('. McLellan. T. Morris,
D. MeCarter, J. Paterick, L. Petter-
son, O. Petterson, J. Robhins, J.
Twceddale. Recommended—L. Husselton, R, Lawrence.
High First to Low .Second—F. Anderson, G. Booth, M. Brown, A. Bur
ridge, G, Campbell, J. Cashato, H.
Cliffe, \V. dough, A. Corson, G.
Davis, F. Dunn, A. Fraser, J. Frisby
B. Frisby, H. GaUicano, E. GaUicano, 0. Garland, H. Goodwin, G.
Grimes, I. Hay, I). Hedstrom, O.
Holten, M. Howson, G. Jackson, M.
Johnson, I. Kimlierley, P. Lnnzo,
A. Leslie, Vi. Loughead, Vi. l.umli, J
McCarty, N. McCarthy, D. McGregor
ll. McMahon, L. Maley, Vi. Nelson, J
Pugsley, M. Bimmonds, it. Stone,
G. WIRlard. Recommended — D.
Crawford, R. Stacey.
High First reader to Low Second
reader, Division \ II.— A. Booth, G.
Bruce, (J. Goring, A. LuudeiT, J.
McGregor, J. McLeod, S. McMahon,
R. Nichol, N. Picard, K. Pugsley, P.
Ringer, H. Robinson, W. Rycroft, E.
Shaw, IV. Smith, A. Smythe, A.
Sutherland, II. Tomlinson, S. Turk.
: .1. Tweeddalel
Low First n*ii.In t" High First,
reader T. Illantoilcbe, .1. Bourne,H,
Bradshaw, L. Briggs, .1. Calder, A.
Cashato, F. Cooke, K. Curveon,     S,
Desimone. S. I ley, W. Fletcher, O.
Fordo, ti. Granstrom, K. Granstrom,
n. limn.', it. Husselton, I.. Lee, D.
Mackenrot, ll. McDonald, M. Mc-
i I, T. Maley, J. Merino, s. Moran, D. Nichol, D. I'.'itn, li. Rycrott,
It. Scott, It. simu   Wee i.hi.
Huth Second prlmei t" l."« First.
reader—El. Abrahamson, L. Bongard,
v. it ne, H.Bradshaw, w. Cameron
s. Ulifle, a. Daniels, C. Davis, M,
Doslmone, O, field, a. Fleet ham, I..
t; Iwln, m. i; iwin, A. Granstrom
II.   Hall,  ('.  Hmi y,     ll.   Iluy.      L.
Hobson, 0. Johnson, D. Laing,     U.
' Laws, A. Lee, ii. Lundell, D. Lyttle,
M. Lyttle, M. McCleneghan,    K. Mc-
Donald, T. McGregor, 0. McKii.jou,
It. McLean, I.. Manning, S. Need-
liam, F. Porta, tl. Porter, Sing
Wong, D. Smythe, P. Skene, E.
Tapping.
Div. XI.-d. Bruce, A, Cashato, D.
Garland, J. (Inch, N. Gooh, C.
'Stone.
Low Second Primer to High
si*, ond   Primer—V. Abrahamson,   F.
Caley, 0, Camozzi, L. (look, D, ('retell!, F. Donaldson, 0, Fleming, It.
Fleming,   K.   Frey,   T.   Frey,   R.   Gor-
don, M. Hamilton, H. Hughes, it.
Jaekson, K. Johnson, C. Laughead,
V. Madden, T. McMahon, L. Mcyull-
lam, T. Mlnottl, 1. Morgan, J. Mur
ray, S. Norman. B, Petterson, J.
Pugsley, M. Hliaw, J. Smith, K.
Sutherland, Recommended- E. Mc-
Mahon, it. Nelson.
High Firsl I'linui to Low Bocond
Primer  0, Barraclough, m.  Bell, L,
li. uli. H. Ueci'li, ti. Cinnpliell, M.
Cancclliero, E. Carlson,   M. .Dunida,
W. Dunn, J. Fleotham, E. GaUicano,
I. Hanhury, A. Henderson, II. Lawrence, R. Lindmark, J. MeKinnon,
M. McMahon, W. Smythe, P. Tevlnl,
F. Turk. Recommended—O. Lee, J.
Madden, M. Porta, E. Bcott.
Div. X.—E. Kincaid, M. Laing, 0.
Lyons, F.. McCarty, (. McRae, N.
McQuillan), .1. Moran, li. Peresinnl,
E. Witalii.
Low First Primer to High Firsl.
Primer— E. Abrahamson, 0. Ahrn
liamson, ll- Oashato, 13. Comoszt, J.
Crawford, It. Ouuimlnga, E. Ellis,M,
Fettonte, 10. Frey, E. Frisby, A.
Gagliardi, L. Haywartl, O, llowson,
T. Jaekson, A. Lawrence, 11. LoBlaSS
E. McDonell, I. McPherson, A. Neod-
ham, M. I'nttoii. f. Rycroft, D.
Siegfried.
THEFflLrFAIR
Working Committees Appointed
-Special Attractions
A general meeting of all interested
in the Fall Fair was held on Monday
night.     A McRae,  president,  was lit
the chair,  anil  in  opening the meet -
ing pointed out that the object      of
the fair was to advertise our     city,
show its progress ami     development
as well as affording the city und dis- j
trict one opportunity in the year to '
have a good day's sport.     The    fair I
will  be  held  this  year  on  Sept.  tith i
and 7th, and it was up to everyone
to get busy anil help it out.     The co
operation of  the citizens as a whole |
was necessary to make the fair a sue I
cess.      The city and  provincial  gov- i
ernment  will each  make  a giant to- I
wards it.     The exhibits     last   year
were  first class and a still       better
exhibition  in  all  lines  is anticipated
thiB fall.
Tbc following committees  were ap.
pointed,     who will  start in at once I
with their respective work:
Poultry—Committee to be appointed by the local Poultry and Pet
Stock Association as follows: H.
MeKinnon (chairmanj, J. L. Stark,
J, Mathie, H. E. R. Smythe, J. J.
: Devine,
Fruit—B. A. Lawson (chairman),
J. Maley, G, Bell, H. E. R. Smythe,
W. Pottrufl.
Vegetables—W. Smith (chairman),
Dan Campbell, 0. Erickson, ('. Skene
G. Laforme. I
Floral—A. E. Miller (chairman), J. i
Maley, H. N. Coitrsier, J. Shaw. I
Livestock—J.  Mathcson  (chairman) |
Neil    McEachren,    W,    McCarty,    T.
Lewis.
Building and grounds—J. Abrahamson (chairmani, ('. Holten, O.
W. Abrahamson.
Finance—W, M. Lawrence ichairman). J. Abrahamson, 0. Holten, W.
Bews, F. Young, ('. B. Hume, J. P.
.McLennan,  li.  llowson,
Printing and Advertising—A. John
son (chairman), II. Cunningham Mor
lis, D. M. Hue.
Manufacturing — V. Fraser (chairman), R. H. Sawyer, S. McMahon.
Decoration— C. Wood (chairman),
W. Homell, K. C McRae, F. Tweed-
dale, H. Hews, J. Dallas.
Transportation 'I'. Vi. Bradshaw
(chairman), II. N. Coursler, ». Mas-
son, J.  L. Stark.
It was decided that the President
should  meet  the  ladies at an     early
date ami arrange witli them to appoint their own committees on art,
fancy work, homo cooking, etc.
The mat ter ut reduced rates on the
CP.R, trom outside points for visitors attending the fair was discussed and it was finally left in the
bands of the President to get the
best rate possible.
Preliminaries will lie pushed forward as rapidly ns possible and all
committees will meel early next
week to reporl progress,
krrangemont* will be made to obtain a good line of amusements, and
ns well lirst class horse racing and
track  events.      II   is   proliabln      loo,
thnt ii monoplane will Iw seottrod to
give exhibition Rights    during     the
fair time. '
BIG EODV Mill FIRE
lire at SjIim Iw
The Salmon Attn Observer of July
lfitb, says:
tin   Friday   evening   the   hhickumit h
nml Implement shop of S McMuiiou
I was entirely destroyed by lire. Tho
tiie appears to have started near tint
chimney   on   the   ground     llool,     and
penetrated   trom    tl co to the up
stairs  where  It  was  briskly  burning
when tlie lire brigade appeared upon
the Hrcne, The lire had, however,
obtained too great u start and It
wns soon seen Hint, the budding was
doomed and llu* lirenicn furneil their
attention to saving tbo Implements,
and tools, most of which were got
out safely.
It was most fortunate that tbo
evening was rnlm or the flro might,
huve spread with very serious rcHiilts
to the business portion of the town.
it is understood thnl the loss was
iii tbe neighborhood of 12,0011 covered by insurance. Mr. McMahuu will
commence rebuilding at onct.
Mill, Offices, Boarding House and
Blacksmith Shop Wiped Out
For the second time in the history
Of the Big Eddy mill, tire has swept
through tlie mill and completely gut
tod everything.
The mill was running as usual yes
lei duy anil slim t ly after 2  p. in.   the
 1   In   tho   uppor  storey   noticed     a
glare as if lire coming up from below
ilie planer room m tho centre of the
building. Smoke was seen nlso cur
ling up and a run was mude at once
for the hose. Ily tho time tho men
got hack the whole mill was a mass
of names. A moderate easterly
wind was blowing at the time, which
tanu*ul tho flames to white beat. Tho
lire spread with lightning like rapid
ity, jumping the track against the
wind and igniting the store building
on t he south side.
Fortunately the mitt bands mating
ed to get out of the building safely,
and all lent a band in salving the
valuables from the building adjoin
ing the ollice. Telephone messages
acquainted the city of the disaster,
although the dense volumes of smoke
and     long       tongues of      Hume
that were shooting up many feet into the air were evidence enough that
a big fire was raging across the
river.
The city fire bells were rung and
No. 1 brigade ordered out to lend
assistance When they reached the
Eddy, the mill wns one seething
mass of llamc, and beyond all hope
of being saved. Efforts were chiclly
directed towards saving the lumber
yard, as well as tbe store anil main
otlice. Volunteers were willing in
lending assistance, but in spite of
their efforts to cause a lire break by
overturning tbe main store into the
gully below, the lire forced 'hem
back and in a few moments the
whole of the store and otlice were a
1 lass of flames. The efforts of tbe
men were now turned to saving the
lumber yard, and with a good stream
of water, although totally Inadequate to save the building, and with
I dogged persistence on the part ol
No. 1 brigade, the Humes were forc-
' cil back from tbc lumber piles iu
spite of the vast incandescent mass
of the burning office across the track
belching Hames and dense acrid
smoke, caused by oil and other material, being blown over towards the
lire lighters, and the lumber was
kept wet until tbe worst of the blaze
was over. Tbe elevated track used
in connection with the lumber piles
was cut in two and it is this which
practically saved tbe yard.
Two CP.R, curs of lumber were
totally destroyed and two others had
a narrow escape, hut were dragged
away from the burning mill just in
time to save them.
'I'he jack ladder and log hauling
plant were also destroyed as well as
a large quantity of logs iu the Eddy
basin.
The lire brigade after getting control of the blaze directed their attention to preventing tbe lire from
spreading into the adjacent brush,
stables ami other parts of the yard,
and it wns only after hard and stren
nous work on their part with hose,
axe and  shovel,   that   the  large  lum
ber piles were saved.
The sliced of the flumes wus almost Incrodltablo, but with iln- pi"
traded dry  weather and      liilhnnabb-
structure of the mill, there was no
hope of saving tin- mill building it
self. ti
The estimated cost   of  tin- null  wns
will ovot film.  nml the whole loss
is coverod by Insurance, It is stat,
nl timi tin* lin.' Biddy anil wu., ion
snlereil one ol   tbe  best   risks  in     the
in ..I iiii r,    iiiiiI   IiiiiI very low in 111
nm i- mir
f. w. iii-s. 1, tin- mnnagor, 1 tted
iiuii in- 1 milli give nothing    .ii iiinii
11    to  tin-  in*,,nn in lion  nl   the  iiiiii.
Mr. s. II. Bowman would in- lit the
city shortly mnl ro Into tbc matter,
No fatal 11 ii*. 01 ii uni*- 11.j*11 ich oi-
Burred, although several of tin- men
sustained severe burns and scorohes,
The actual  nun f  the lire is    uu
known, ns although the mill was
running at the time yesterday,   the
engine bouse la some distance away
[10111 the main building, and no lire
could have got In from then-,  it  is
supposed Hint 11 pulley or belt was
tubbing against the wood Work and
the friction caused  tlie lire.
A CP.R. truck laying gang were
hastily despatobed to tin- scelli to
repair the track which wns badly
heated tn parts, replace burnt ties,
and also to repair the telegraph
wires which were severely burnt. No.
117 and No. 5 passenger trains wero
held  In   Itevelstoke      till   tbe right of
way was reported anfe.
The loss to the company Is very
great In spite of the Insurance, nnd
business  will   be  trnnsneted  In  temp-
Hardware
STOVES   McClary's. Kootenay. and Sask-Alta
Famous Cook Stoves, Graniteware.
PAINTS   Sherwin-Williams'   Paints   and  Varnishes and other Pest Brands.
HARNESS   Team   and   Single   Sets,    Whips,
and Sweat Fads.
Pope,   Nails,    Fencing:,   Builders'  Hardware,
Sporting floods
GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FLOUR
AND FEED,  CPOCKEPY, GCASSWARE
Try Bourne's Choice, or Special Tea at 40c. and 60c. a lb.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS
HARDWARE DEALERS
PLUMBERS
Mens and Hoys' Strata
and Linen Hats
Half Trice
We are clearing out all our Summer Hats at Half
Price. Boates and Negligee Styles in plain and
rustic braids, medium and high crowns with
namn ' and wide brim—all must go.
Hoys' Wash  Suits at
Half Trice
The best little suits that were ever offered for the
money. Every garment well made of good washing material. Galateas. Crash Linen, etc., in all
white, natural and stripes. The styles include
Buster with Sailor Collars, also Sailors.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
fresh and Wholesome Meats
Having been re-organized under
new management we are in a position to supply you with the best
of everything in the way ot Meats
and Packing House  Products.
All Our Meats are Government
inspected. Family trade specially
catered tor.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
keeping at II  till the [the river, the flow nf the current, its
tin-  mill  bands and
011 the     spot      ami
iklll, the hoys
-nd,  as ilnl  h]m
,i Iii-is who were       	
■ave assistance
Au Instance "I tin-  ipread ol   the
me is evidenced  h)   tl.'*  blase itart
nr across the i-M-iy at 1 in* bind 'ainl
I .I*  tin* i.l"|.i-  in in   tin-     .l.irdc.n
I'aes,
It  is    understood   that   all     tha
1 ks, valuable papers,    otlice     re-
I cords, oflloe materials and household (fleets of tin* null start wero
saved.
Money     1,1
N. Coursler.
loan on real estate    H.
CITY SEWER OUTLET
Revelstoke has First Class System ;;;';f
Says Dr. C. J. Pagan
Dr. c. .1. Pagan, provincial health
ollicer, was in the city yesterday and
in company   with   the city   council
visited the clleetllewact river In    order to look into the matter of     the
tise and fall, ele, Visiting the various properties which skirt the river
limn ilie proposed outlet down to
nn Columbia. At present the people living 111 Hint locality obtain
then water 110111 wells which are
inu distance away Irom the river.
'llu- coundl pointed out that the cur
tent wns exceedingly swift and
would cany away quickly any deposit lii-ti.ii.* it had time to (all to
tbe bottom.
Dr. Pagan said that he did not lore
■n any dtlliculty in tlie council car-
|rylng out thnr proposals provided
that the owners of the lands there
Out not niise any objection. Qreat
ran' must be exercised in such matin as this, and he promised tbe
council that he would go thoroughly
into the matter, weighing the esse
carefully and taking everything Into
ration, and submit his report
board, He realized the necest
■sity for a sewerage outlet, and he
would note all tbe advantages In
Im "i "I the scheme, such as the
rapidity of the current, and the spar
sely settled laud. The fact that no
protest from any one had been made
wns a  point in  Its favor.     Dr. Fag-
runnlng ol  the    sewerage      of      the
orary quarters in the city till further   eastern  section  ol  the city Into    the
arrangements art made. Illoclllewael
:    The  salving  and   lire   lighting   w.ud      The   point   it..posed   hy   the council
hy No.  1 brigade wus uioet etnolent ,'u Just bcluw the ul(l bridge.        Dr. 'and was an exsmplo to other towns
1 nnd carried out with    method    and Vngau made a careful inspection    of and should be encouraged.
nn complimented the council on their
1 iiterprlse in sewering tbo whole ol
the city, pointing out that It was
the best thing that could      be   done Page 3
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOUE B C
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 20TH,  191(1
Zbc flDaft-lbevalb
P   I 1/  UKD WKDNK8DAV ANU
SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Jntcrior pubUslMng Company,
Limited
Subscription   Rates
Including pout,"*-' to Kugland, United SULck
and Canada.
Br the rear (through poatoffloo)  12*50
ami ;; ;;           }•»
Quarter "   l.™>
JJB . 1UNT1NU promptly oxocuuid ttt l'oiisou
ableraUM. ,,   ,
l'KKkS-i ii-li. Subsoriptiois payable in ad
vance,
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Lega notices 10 cent* per liuu lirst Insertion,
0 coin.-nei-lim- rail i subsequent luberuou
M,..-ii. un ii'- Sonpariol |l'i lines make one
inch!. Store and general Ihimihmh announcement* |2.50 pi*r Inch per inonLll.
Preferred positions, 25 per cent, iui-
dttkbal   Uniii-.  Slarriagus  ami  DunUm,
- o   each  Insertion.
1 .ul    i *•*■•-    $7.50     All   ailvcrtisnnlenl-s
- it 'I lollui approvalot tho inanagcuiuiit.
Wanted mil  denned Advertisements:
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,*,*.; .-,; i .i ion- Vacant. Tcaohers
\\ ,:•**, ..Mi*. Ii, uiu- Wanted. 10 words or
L, . ua, I, additional lluo 1" uonts,
L'haugM in -i.in.Imi; advertisements nuisi
be '■ by '.' a. tn, Tuosda) ami Friday ol
o. a week to uooare K'""t display.
l/UKKK.-l'iiNliKM'K Invited on matters ol
public Interest. Commuuloatloua ut Kill
lor Itttlst be aooompanlod by iminu ot
writer, uol beoesearlly lo iiiibiicatiou, bin
as eviaenoe ot good laiiii. Uorrespondeuoe
sbould bo bnot.
H
AKYEY, MoOAKTEH
ANU PINKHAM,
BAKKIBTHHS, SOLICITOUS, ETC.
al hank Ucimmnm Kkvbl
Sl iiKt,  B, Oi
Mouer te loan.
Oalooe: ltevol»UAo, U ('.    ( raulinsili, H, 1*.
Hsu. S. McCauteii
4.. M.  1JINKUAM- J. A.  HaHVKY.
Kevelstoke, I'rnubruuk
w
1LUAA1 1. BKIUUS
barrister
Solicitor, etc.
Solicitor fur:—
The Canadian Hank uir OoMMKROE,
The Molsons Bank, K'xo.
F1KST ST.,    -   UEVELSTOKE, B.U.
I iOBEUT, SMITH
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Miuuig Burvoyor
i KngiiieeiiiiK
McKenzie Avkndb,
iiox UK), Bkvelstoke
CLEARVIEW
We are now offering for t^ile lot" in this moist attractive
miliurh, its close proximity to the C.P.R. Sho)is nml t)llices nnd
its sheltcrod situation makes it especially desirable to those
home-makers who wish to add gardening io the general attractiveness of their holdings. The suow goes fully two weeks before
any other part of the Town, and being sheltered from wind and
storm, fruit trees flourish exceedingly, while its high position
ensures good drainage and freedom from evils, peculiar to low-
lying lands. It is attractively wooded with spruce, tir and poplar and the lots we now offer are the best value ever offered.
The view of mountain and valley is unsurpassed and a more
charming residential part it would be impossible to lind anywhere in the City.   The present is the time to buy.
UEVELSTOKE GENERAL AGENCIES, Ltd.
REAL  ESTATE,   LIFE,   FIRE   AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
c. w. o  w.
Mountain Viow Camp, Ho. 129
■ Menu second and Fourth Woduoadaya lu
each moiilb, in Selkirk Hall \ isiliu Wood
mon cordially nvtt d U> attend.
W  t. orlioHNK. Con. Com.
JAS. MelNTVllK, Clork,
Kootonay Lodge, No. IB, A F. <■ A. M.
\ ICTORIA PARK.
Tin* continued spell ol hot weather
bus caused most of our citizens to
turn then eyes to distant lulls ajld
still more distant points to spend
their annual vacation. To the nmn
of modorate means a holiday trip
is usually au expensive luxury, that
is to say, provided thathe does it
properly. Everyone ol us will tnke
our holiday; some will hie themselves to eastern or western cities,
some to smith lako points, while
others will pitch a lent in their
back garden and Imagine the rest.
There is no need to leave town at all
to take a  brief spell  of rest,    nnd    a
glorious vuiuti nn he spent right
at our very door, Mt. Uevelstoke—
Victoria Park—the summit of which
forms an Ideal natural park where a
thousand people ran ramp nnd yet
enjoy complete Isolation. Here is
the place to spend your holiday and
enjoy another sprint; of cool dnys
and cool nights, magnificent scenery,
nnd Health giving air. No better
spot for a holiday run be found than
this vnst plateau which is within
easy access of the city. The opportunity for a week's complete rest
at practically no cost is right at
hand and should be taken advantage
of by everyone.
'1 ho ri'milnr moot*
lUBfl urn liolil ill iti"
MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows'
Hull, iiii tlio third
Monday iu eneli
tuiilitti nt B p in.
Visiting lirollirnti
iirB cordially welcome.
J. T. POI.un K, Master,
CHAS. J. AMAN.Si:. lu.TVUY
SELKIRK LODGE 12  I.O, O. F.
Meets every Thar
day   minim.;   iu   Sni*
kliri.   Uiul III MM mm*
JVisitiiiK brethren aro
cordially Invited to attend.
L   t'HOHYN. N.O.
JAS   MATUlE.Stc.
Cold RntiKo Lodge, K. of P.
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MitKTS uVKBY  WKl'NK-illAY,
except In.lit -Atdueniliiy oi
ea -h irniutli. in    -c    'diltoll'iiv
Hall   at   .  o'ctook.    Vimtnc
KuiKblMii.- C'lriluiliy invited,
tl    A.  McDON W.tl ''. C,
U. H. SHOCK, K. ol   H. i S.
T. P.   SMITH, 11. of V
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meets in I. 0.0. i'. Hall m'Xt lo
Tapping'* Opera Home, every second
ana fourth Monday in month.
Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
I  .   H..   Cl.AUK.M B   ll.MtTl-..
Kec.-Sec, II. W. Edwards
Zbc fl&atUlberatt)
CORRESPONDENCE
We havo much pleasure In publishing   the   following   letter   re   the  tial-
i-nii   Bay  lire  Inst  week:
Editor Mail-Herald, Revelstoke, B.C.
Dear  Blr,    Will you oblige    us    by
kindly   correct ini;   in   your   next   issue
some mtB-statenients In the Mall-
Herald ol duly IGtb, re the bush lire
nt Galena Bay.
No logging cms were destroyed and
no standing timhci wus destroyed.
The cause ol tbe lire wus not n
spark from the logging locomotive,
und the origin of It wns tbree-quart-
cts uf n mile nwny from the path of
the logging locomotive. Nobody
knows how tbc lire originated, but
within twenty minutes aftei .1 stint
ed 160 men were on the ground fight
Ing It.
lu a  previous account      by
Arrowhead  correspondent,     ceference
was made to our mill  tm-.
tu jeup"! dj. w hen, as a mattet
tact,  the fire  was  act lake
ten miles feom out  mill      3 ich     an
Inaccuracy   seem
able so long as '
palpable      We  mighl    aj   tl al      we
fed verj     (oi i ii ati    i   I  *
und the ridiculous aci
b.ss in papers
ibe province in
lehlng.
Youi
Arrow Lukes I. imbi *
Otto La
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20TH, WM
Uayoi  Taylor,   ■( V«      iter,    bus
lotlmati I   that
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by >•■  i li*
■H|>enci-i '■      proi
■ it
lot     eastei
point
il       I'T
* bj     appeal    tu mon
self   ul* ■ | •     'li..     ■
ll. <      '
and  Revel     * • partlt ilai
,,n the n   ilti   of tbe Mt OUI n
Iation    examlnatl I  i   '
nice says       "Hi Itlsh Ool imbla
•   ■    ,1,-ie well to tbe tore lo tl
.. :,t  matrii ilatlon examination!   at
McQIU.     A Vancouvei  boy     headed
the   in r    roll.      'i'l"' atmoepbere
and enviroment ol tbe coast devel
op physical energy and mental call
bre "f tbe hufin-Bt type."
* ak in • nt Liverpool, pi lor to
ins departure foi Canada, His Kx
cellenei BSarl Orey, Hnid thnt Oani
•la wan tbe "belle ol the tiall." He
advises Investors to mnke suro thnt,
tbey   wrir  iliuiciiip   with  this  pnrtner
jiiui then they will set tha boBt dnnre
• ■I then   lives.        It should he      the
duty of  all  to me thnt. Hitch conlld
- i   i   i       nt abused    by    those    who
have    unscrupulous teodanclea    and
who    air    out  to inaku money      lot
thruisclvei at whatever cost.
Minto Cop Game
i"
■
\.. ••   Westt
boring iu game and showed, too,
that tilts, western style of Incrosse is
'infinitely ahead of tho game ns play
Cl in tbe National Union. Tbe Mon
| treats, tho cup challengers, can
hardly be said to bave bad u look-in
'nt the ciime on Saturday, for, al
though tbey' kept within sighting dis
tance of the cup holders for ball ol
the time, and even for ono-uuarter—
the lirst stood on even terms, it
wus because the fraser River players
were more loose in their style jester
iluy than generally. Tbe Montreal-
ers, unless tbey show it vnst. improve
ment next Saturday can sufely be
counted out ol the nice for tho cup
as represented iu these two games.
More than that, they are not up to
the stiilus of other tennis coming out
in pursuit of the mill;. Last year's
Teeumseb team put up a better exhibition here und held tbe New West -
minsters down to sniull scores in
games thnt were far and away abend
of the one given at Queen's park on
Saturday afternoon. Tbe Ottawa's,
too, in past years have sent out
twelves to meet the Salmon bellies,
that surely could with ease have
taken the measure of the last year's
National  Union  leaders. It    was
! tlie old, old, story of the eastern
fancy game against the hard aggressive bortng-in style adopted in the
west and once again the latter proved that it^is the goal getter, and
therefore the game winner and the
cup bolder.
The Montrealera were Bplendid stick
handlers and put up a nice exhibition of combination but they failed
to make the most of their opportunities and bead in a Btralght line for
tbe goal. Instead of that they stay
ed out at the twenty yard mark and
tried t" coax the New Westminster
defence out   to meet them.
im tbe other hand, while the cup
holders had nothing on the eastern
ci iii running ability and stick band
ling, tbey used tbeir combination to
advantage and when a home man got
the ball It was a case "f a bee line
lor the goal, with at least two otb
era running neck and neck with him.
readj foi a flying a In this way
they beat out the Montreal delenoe
time after tunc.
Feel ng i i Ing the game,
and thi sort was plain
ly   ,,, -.,. i   Westminster un-
-,.;!■,   stat ted ibtfnl tac-
-   the  U    a.  a.   a   -      a i
•    he-
■   pping,
nnd   I "" *
eheli
the
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lew Westi bad
rally
WATER NOTICE
Notice is Hkiiki'.y Given thai an
application will he made under I'nrt
V. of tl Water Act, 1000," lo obtain
a licence In tlie Hevolstoke Division ol
West Kootenay District,
(a) Thr name, address and occupation of tlu1 applicant. Tho Corporation
o( the City of lievelstoke, a municipal
corporation under Uiu laws of Britlt-li
Columbia. .
(If for mining purposes) Free Miner's
OeHlfluate No.
(bl The name of the lake, stream nv
source (if unnamed, the description is)
A stream Mowing oil Mount Revelstoke in a valley in it southerly
direction and emptying into tin* llle*
cillowaet river, a point about half a
mile west of (liri'ly fleck Bridge.
(cl The poinl of diversion al   a
point aliiuti iioiKi ['eel above sea level on
said stream,
di) The i|iiiintity nl' water applied
fnr (In cubic feel pur second) ten cubic
feet per second.
(e) Tlie character of lho proposed
works ID and Y2 inch pipe line to
connect with Bridge Oreck,
if i The premises on which the water
is io lm used (describe same), Thn
Corporation of the City of Itevelstoke
tgi The purposes for which the water
is to lie used.   General municipal pui-
pi'scs.
j   tin If for Irrigation tie sei Ilia the land
intended lo he irrigated, giving acre-
I age.
tii If the water is lo he used for
power or mining purposes, describe
the place where Iho water is to bo re
turned lo some natural ihtiiine1, ami
tlm difference in altitude bein
point of diversion nnd point of return,
tjl Area of Crown land Intended to
ba occupied by the proposed  works
aliuiil 12 acres.
ikl This notice  was  posted  on  lhe
12l,li day of .Inly, l'-H'i*
and appltcul i-n  will In' made to the
fomniissiotii'i-  on    the    lnth    ilav   of
Angust,',Hllli.
j |i) Give lho name and address of any
riparian proprietors or llut usees who
or whose lauds tiro likely to be affected
hy the proposed works, cither above
or below the outlet.
I. Haner, !■'. Marino, .1. 10. Smith,
W. Crawford, balance Government
land.
(q) The boundaries and area of the
municipality areas follows:
All that piece and pater] of land
siinali-, lying, and being in Kootenay
district, in tlie I'lovitice of British
Columbia, hounded as follows.
Commencing al a point where lhe
southerly limit of tlie Canadian I'.i-
cillc Railway right-of-way intersects
the Columbia rivei; I hence following
lhc Icil bank of the Columbia river
down stream lo lhe point where the
easl cily limit of Ford street intersects
tbe Columbia river; t hence northerly
along the east side of Ford street to
the centre of Third street; theuce easterly along the centre line of Third
street to its intersection with tbe west
line of llokehy avenue; thence southerly along the west line of Rokeliy
avenue to its intersection with the
northerly limit of Fourth Btreel;
thence along lhn northerly limit of
Fourth street to lhe easterly limit of
Boyle avenue; llience southerly along
lhe easterly limit nf Boyle avenue to
its Intersection with sixth street;
I hence easterly along the northerly
limit of Sixl h street to its Intersection
willi ihe westerly limit of Connaught
avenue; thence southerly along the
western side of Connniight avenue lo
its inlet sect ion witli llie northerly
limit of Eight slrer) | I hence easterly
along Un' noil bet l\ limit of Might
-.licit to lho wc-lcrly li in i r of ihe
rig hi "I" w ay of the A now head branch
"I the Canadian Pacific Railway:
thence the same course for seven
hundred 17110) feel to Ihe eastei ly limit
of lhe propo ed townsite: theuce nt
right angles with Kighlh strict to n
poini eight hundred feel isihh north of
the northerly limit of the Canadian
Pacific Railway main line right-of-way
thence In n westerly direction and
parallel to the Canadian Pacific Rail,
way right-of-way to the hank of tbe
Columbia iIver; tlu nee down stream
io ilu- poini if beginning, and containing five hundred and ninet) live (085)
acrea more oi It as.
Approximately   the   number of
inhabitants Is (..VX).
The place of the proposed reservoir    for -tiling   the    present  citj,-
i   Bl l Voir.
The im- in- bj   which  it  is pro-
.. -tore the water    Tank.
- ORPOKATION OF THE CITY
OF KEVELSTOKK,
Bid i E \  LAWSON,
City Clerk.
det please re-
a   v,*iMi   Y.M.C.A.
1 li   Good     I'lancr   man.    Apply
ii      i"its *   I   ',  I.Ul.,Salmon
Arm.  I',.  0.
This Here Soap
Is Good
y.,i, iter,       likje
that   napthy
%mpil
Sin' I'd a'1
lies' friend to
WHITE SWAN SOAP
Yours Soapily,
ANN NONYMOUS.
CfiHificate of Improvemenls
NOTICE
Surprise, Welch and Alleluia (fractional) Mineral Claim, situate in the
Trout Lake Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
Where located: On Surprise Creek,
Ninth fork of Lui'ilo river.
TAKE NOTIOB that I, 0. B, N.
Wilkie, acting as agent for William
A. Foote, Free Miner's Certificate
Number B 18430 and David Morgan,
K.M.C., Numlier B04969, intend, sixty
days from dale hereof, to upplv to the
Mining Recorder for a Oertiflcate of
Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining it Crown (Iran) of tlie above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under Section .'17, mnsl be commenced
Indole the Issuance of such Oertiflcate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2Sid day of .lune, A. 11.,
ituti,
O. B. N. Wii.kii:,
Trout Lake, B, 0.
To llll'. HllAttlCUOUIBHH OF 'I'UK
Pimm k Minimi ami DlCVBLOV-
mkntComi'any, Limited Liability.
Notice iH hi't'cliy given Unit the
Annual Meeting of the Shareholders
of the Prince Mining and Development
Company, Limited Liability, will be
held at the Company's olllces on Mac-
Kenzle Avenue, lievelstoke, 11. O, on
Wednesday the Twentieth day of July
■V.D., 1010, at Lhe hour of eight o'clock
in the afternoon, for the put pose of
electing olllrcts for the ensuing year,
and lot' oilier purposes relating to the
management of the Company.
Tbe Transfer Book of Ihe Company
will he closed durlng(the fourteen days
Immediately preceding the meeting.
Dated at lievelstoke, B.C., this'.Kith
dav of .lum-, UIKI.
W. I. Bltnuis,      W. IS. HiiiiwtTKON,
President. Secretary
Mrs nermann NcKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Mason's  Touch   alld   Technique
Special  attention  paid  to beginners and backward pupils.
TBRMS MODBRATB
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
Till-: RBVELSTOKB
NBW   AND
Second Hand Store
We Buy, Sell or Exchange
all kinds of Household
('.ooils.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES  PAID
FOR MENS  CAST-OFF
CL0THI..G
Bush Fire Permits
Settlers on Domiuion Landji can get
peaillils at the Provincial Police otlice,
Uevelstoke, or any of the Provincial l-'ire
Wardens, provide I they comply with
Sections S anil 6 of Chapter 84, Hush
l-'ires Act.
J.  K. Mtl,has,
Divisional Warden,
CEMENT  BLOCK
Manaftctartd for all ciai»«i of tmildlnfft
CEMtNT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
formula Id largs or small qaautUtts
I al th* Lowaut prlcas for cash.
411 khxlK.ol baUdlnenmUiiIaitcrlnft
iiudartttkau,
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
E.   Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinimithing, Repairs,  Hot Air
Pipe and Furnace Work
WORK   SHOP
OennauKht Ave.   •   Rcvcletokc
Wood and Coal
For Sale
I .iff,   Accident  nml   Kire
liiHiiraiu ■<■.
< ily ami Stilnirlun Lot*.
l!i'siil<-iu:i'M.
hull particular)-: upon np-
plloation.
W. B. Robertson
I'llONK ::>
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1S55
Capital Paid Up       -       $3,500,000
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
Has 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate.
SAVINGS
At all Branches.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly ^Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Office
OFFICE:    SECOND STREET       REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Clearing Sale of Boys' Suits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $4 50 for $2 and $2 50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 00 to 4.75 for 2 and 2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3.50 to 5.00 for 2 and 2.50
Suits, Size 26 3.50 to 4.00 for 2 and 2.50
2 Suits, Size 27   3.50 for    2
12 3-piece Suits, 27 to 33, $5 and $6 for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon S Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN  COUNTRIES
AiTtuiJ/jeinents have recently been completed under which the  branches
of this Bank are able to Issue Droits on the principal points
In tha following countries:
AastriA-Huoffajy    PmUn-4
NO
Belgiun
Formosa
Hi .nil
Fnincp
Bulgaria
Fr'ch Cocht-B-i^Un*
Ceyloa
Germany
China
Great Britaia
Crete
Greece
DeomaHi
Holland
Egypt
IcelaaJ
Faroa Isburfc
India
)   DCLA*
IN
••8UIN*.         7ULL
Ireland
Russia
Italy
Servia
.J»P<*m
Siam
Java
South Africa
Manchuria
Straits Seattle MN
Mexico
Sweden
Norway
Swilxertand
Persia
Turkey
West Indie*         m
Phitlipine Islands
Roumania
and elsewhera
PARTICULARS
ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.   H.    ALLEN.    MGR.
I
You   Like   Music
Here is Your Opportunity I
Horses for Sale
I Ine lli'nvy Bullion,
ttn«' In avy Yiiiiiik Gelding,
Oh young Biy driving mnl ml-
HiK (it'liliiiK.
Ono Bty driving and riding Mure
Willi roll.
Cun  lie  hi-cii  at tint Mill, al liijt
Eddy,
Revelstoke Sawmill Co,
Kdison's Phonographs and Records, Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, (iuitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all kinds of finest quality.
Sole Agents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds  of Instruments   tuned antl repaired.
Work Guaranteed
A call at lhe music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince ypu pf the
quality of the j?iiods.
J. Bingham, Mgr.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. WEDNESDAY,   JULY 20TH, 1910
THE MAIL-HERALD, KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
raBe a
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged ami Lmpiuved.    First-ClasB in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Komiis.
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
look:     look      and      read:
Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue prices, freight added, with
HOWSON'S     PRICES
Winnipeg price
Kitchen Chairs 50c.
Kitchen Cabinet      $6.75
Dining Table 10.55
Dining Chairs 88c.
Dresser and Stand    8.95
1.25
Bed 3.55
Bed 5.3!>
Dominion Spring      2.40
Child's Cot 5.10
Ostermore Mattress 15.00
Weight Freight Total Howson's Price delivered
101b.       23c. 73c. " " 70c.
1501b. $3.53 $10.72 "          " $9.60
1651b. 3.87 14.42 "          " 14.40
121b.       28c. 1.16 " " 1.20
1501b.       3.52 12.47 " " 13.00
1601b.       3.76 15.01 " " 14.00
601b. 1.41 4.96 "          " 5.20
681b. 1.59 6.94 "          " 7.20
601b.        1.41 3.81 " " 4.00
751b.        1.76 6.86 " " 7.20
" 16.50
We mnke our profit by Bhipping in cur loud lots, thereby saving freight rates. Bring
catalogue giving description of other goods not specified in this list to our store and we
will prove our statements.    Ueniemher we deliver goods and set up free from lirenkage.
R.   HOWSON   «S*   CO.    -    REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Corporation of the City of
FOR SALE
Oity property In arrears for taxes
up to aial Dec, 1008, will he sold ,*ii
Public Auction at the City Hall at -
u'clni'k ji.iii. iiii Saturday, August - 'th
proximo.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
|Jy.20 lm Collect  t.
/f_
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT     STOHSTIE      PROP.
i
SPRING IS HERE
Bow Is tbe Lime of IJcar for Scot* HMautiiui
Bcauttfg L'ouv Gardens
A    large assortmeni  i?f Fresh Garden :i:ul Field Seeds, including
STEEL   BKIGGS -FERRY'S    MAY'S    McKENZIE'S
AMI BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Grass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
E. W. B   PAGF.T
■39EBB ■■■■■■
J. WILSON
:UUCUJ.iniAIJU
01 * Soft Drinks
All Kinds Furnished during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TILL   MIDNIGHT
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
^
$250 and $3
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.
^
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
NOTICE
Notice la hereby given that at   the
meeting ■ •! the Board    of    Licensing
Commissioners (or the City ol Rt -■
stoke, to be held next after the pub-
Ication of tins notice for a per
hlrty days, tl"' undersigned will apply tu tbe said Board tor permission
.to transfer to A.  P.  Levesque     and
[Thomas Walsh,    of  Revelstoke,    tbe
retail liquor license now held by me
in respect of the premises at  Revel
I stoke known as the Union Motel.
Dated July 9th,  1910.
J13,30d JOHN   I,AP'•]'■''' ::.
=J
The "Traveller"
rhe Ames-Holden
Shoe For Men
Ask Your
Dealer.
Advertise in the Mail-Herald
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
SIGNS
All kinds
Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satisfaction Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Thinl St. anil Robson Avenue
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie   Avenue
Kruit, Candies; CiRtirs,Tol>acco.
Meals 85 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
persons are warned
against taking them or
the driving of nails or
spikes therein. Do not
touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  km I-   neatly carried   on
Bicycle and <>uti work a specialty
Estimates given on nny class
of work.
Front     Street.
To Trappers
Raw Purs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
UNION HOTEL
AHHOWHKAll, II. 0,
S|iecial  Attention given   to   commercial
men   anil   tourists,     First-class   sample
rooms. Pineal scenery In British Colombia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given thai on the
22nd iluy of August,    1910,     applica.
tion will be made to the Superintend
ent of Provincial Police,      for      the
transfer of the license for the    sale
of liquors by retail In and upon the
premises known  as the  Halcyon  Hotel, nt Halcyon,  ll.  C,  from  Harry
Mcintosh to William     Boyd, ..! Hal
cyon, British Columbia.
Dated this llth day of July,  1910,
Hairy Mcintosh.
William Boyd.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
" Harry" mineral claim, situate in the
Trout Lake Mining Division ol West
Kootenay Dis rict.
Where located;—On Poplar Creek,
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKE NOTICE that I. A..R. tieylantl,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 25405,
intend, sixty days from date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate "f Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of tbe
claim.
And further  take  liotire   that  &i
under Section 37,   must  be  commenced
before the issuance ol such  Certifi
Improvements.
Dated this 15th dav of April, A. D.,
1911.
A.  K.  HEYLAND.
Airships for Cariboo
The following despatch from Victoria appeared recently in the Montreal .Star:
Nowhere has the inauguration of a
passenger airship service been obaerv
ed with more practical interest than
in British Columbia, and more par -
ticularly by those engaged in promot
Ing colonization in new Oariboo, hav
inn Fort George ns its future capital. The necessity of securing immed.
iatc and convenient transportation
to this new centre of population in
acutely felt and the airship is looked
upon as offering unique facilities for
meeting existing difficulties in the na
ture of the i ■ intry to be traversed
:n securing connection with established railways.
The building of roads involves time
and time saving i d as extra
impoi taut at the pn senl  Juncture. If
a  can be employed to connect
Ueorge with points "ii tbe <"an-
adian Pacific railway, a verj  obvioUB
tj   in   Carll 'a    ''"l satlon
will be  ii :vcd.     a  gro ip of capitalists particularly Interested has there
i a     t to Berlin to pat-
■  *     .      .,    man    agency    of
communication and t" Investigate all
osl connection    with
sible establishment of a simi-
, entral B. <'.
I* .*■','     • i.i. nts       can
'*,* made the    " ■  ._......'■, of atrial
.am tnication  betwt       Pi rl   ' Ieorge
and  Ashcroft  may be brought  about
by next spring at least. The German
is covers  a  n iute ol 300  miles
in length and the *   employed
Is Baid to be able to travel 700 miles
:   .     !■ T id on    the
first  trip averaged  almost   35    miles
* tter tl.nn that "f the
ordinary   passenger  train     i 0     many
tting capa-
■  pas-
ht ol the load
• img
-.   ti '   *. equip
ment tor thi thi      ■  Jenif
ers.      Such mighl    .o-ily
the Can
Pacil '     '':*■■  ' 'nri -
*   I hili   ■ •     ■   I     ■    It      ■". If
the
way  at   bases liki it    vould
not   be  nece I than
I'm miles :n a single I     il  en  -."Uto
[rom  Ashi ■■•■■*: .*.*    and
vice  versa.
ll
u3lii2a lCHIUS
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I. Julia A. Simpson, of Arrowhead, occupation married woman, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following
described lands ■
Commencing at a i>"~t planted il
the south-east corner of I.i* S-J00,
thence west 1" 'hains, thence south 7
chains more or less to lake shore,
thence along lake shore to point of
commencement.
Dated June 20th. 1910,
ly 2 OOd
.11 I.IA  A. SIM PSON.
Dominion   Lands
Railway Belt of  British  Columbia
'i'lie date im* i he coining Into force
d"  the   new    regulations    ho-   I u
banged.   A new date will be sel later.
Until further notice im entries t" lie
granted   in ihe New Westminster district   and   easl   of   Ringe  13, wesl of
■Sixth meridian inclusive,
I'. (.. KKYKS,
Secretary.
Ottawa, .lune 2.1. 1010,
.1 be
.        i  and
will  en ;*ula-
■   re,    manu-
iaify
; 1
and
.  nail oc-
nieans of living, wage-earnings and Insurance, ed
in and lai ken,      and
■ es
Vlll
he en: pula-
: u family
linstitution of    household,     together
with  pis ex,  pdat-
.   bouse-
■■•.her   single,   married
widowed,  dl\  reed   or  legally  separ-
■   year
of lm th   and     agi last        thday
will ai.--* be recoi  ■
Knt: ii '   made fur each  per-
*'.  the country or place ol
eat   oi  immigration to I'aiia,
da if born elsewhere, atural
:   if formerly an  alien, and also
i.at tonality
and religion.     Every  person "f alien
tl   who  lias  become a naturalized
ii a Canadian by nationality;
and   every   British   subject   with  resl-
■
Corporation of the City of
Itevelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE
COURT OF REVISION
Assessment   1910
I'UBLIC NOTICK is hereby
given that the Court of Revision
ofthe Assessment of 1910 will lie
held in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
B.C., on Wednesday, Auk. ^rd.,
1910, at 7 o'clock, p.m.
Bruce a. Lawson,
City Clerk
VANCOUVER
EXHIBITION
AUJJjl
IJ.
tJ
20th, 1910
Vai li t ".uni'.i.i
AND  I'UI-IMir.MS
S| - tally low rates fron
points * and  boats
Kxhibita - nl as freight on
Canadian lines will be returned
free.
Super'" utr ii lions in spec 1-
events .ind 11 '.: Sii iws,
tacular "Fighting the Flames"
Broncho Bu itini I otr.petition,
''Wood Chopping Contest/'
Trotting nnd Pacing Events
ami Hunt Club R I
Kiitrii Vugust 1st.
Write for l't ize List ainl information to
JAS   ROY
Mallard  nnd Secretary, Van*
c uiver Kxhibition Association
Game Rip.o ions
Hunters throughout the province
in another month will be preparing
for an Invasion "I the came districts
of the country, foi act * ng to tha
tion . ■ '■ bj ' • *■ ■■'■' anient
gal day when the quest ol
game may be undertaken is September i*-t, when dm     and snipe
may be shot "ii the mainland     and
- adjatii.i  thereto, but on Van
i lai d    •  *    * ••> 111    not
i"   open  until  September  15.
and  Willi ■   may      bo
n  Kootenaj   from  September t
to    1" i einl.ei    81.        Prali ie chicken
may     be -lint throughout  the    prov-
lui Ing  ' It r. .i.i-i .        Ducks      and
between Sept.  l and Feb. 2H.
Iieil    may   be   Bhot    tut ween   Sept.   1
and Her*. ir,th.
A Choice or Work or Play
The Dominion oflera tbe mother
country a choice ol wink and piny.
A a place in whirh to make u living
oi to spend holidays, Canada is un-
rlvalled by any part of the world.
N" men or women who rail them-
"Ives  imperialists ran  afford  tn  neg-
lecl  io cross the American continent
miller the Uritish Hag at least onc-a
In their life. II they go, they will
get B rare mental n> well as physical
tonic.
It is stated on good authority that
two "I the members Ol  the cummin -
sion  appointed  hy the government to
prepare    plans      for  the  new  Quebec
-   bridge  have handed  in  their resigna-
WANTED  — Fourth   Class  Engineer,   tions.        They are  Modjeska of 061-
Revelstoke   Sawmill   Company,   Dig   cagO   and   Fitzinaurire   of       London,
Kddy, D. C. ... England.  WEDNESDAY,  JtLt BOTH, 11(10
TilE MAIL-HERALD  UEVELSTOKE, B. C.
Page 4
Tho Klevator is in perfect
working order thece days
Take advantage oi it lo
get to the Bargains in tho
hrygoods Department.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.
We are giving our Special
attention to Freeh Fruits.
We can help you if you
are preserving. Call in
ami see the assortment.
100 New Wash Belts
Fresh; Crisp, While  Linens, beautifully
Emhroldered   In  the new  und narrow
widths.   A really lovely line and many
patterns to chooso from at 85o, nnd 50c.
Aids to Pretty Hair Dressing
It is only in novels that the Herione-s'
hair comes out into entrancing curls—the
real live woman l:as her troubles getting
her tresses tip in the prevailing styles
without aids. We have curls, hraidB,
rolls, turbans, etc, beside the accessory
pins, combs, nets, etc.
Wash Goods
We havo built that pile ol Wash Goods at
10c. higher this week, although we sold
1,000 yards, we have replaced these with
others just as good Plunder, Lawns, Colored Muslins, Linens, Prints, Ginghams,
all in the one pile and all one price,
10 Cents
SUMMER   DRINKS
What will you have to drink ? These
hot days you will appreciate a nice cool
drink and we have just what you wanl.
Lemonade Powder in 1 lb. Cans, Lime
Juice, Grape Juice, Fruit Syrup in Lemon, Ginger, Nectar, Kola, Pine Apple,
lUack Currant, kaspberry and Strawberry. Nothing better for those hot
days.
Get Them at Humes
FRUITS
The Preserving Season is going now to its
full extent and you can bet your money
that we have what you want. Strawberries, Raspberries, Cherries, Apricots,
and Logan Berries. Get your order in
early as the supply is limited. We are
always loaded up with Table Fruits.
Oranges, Lemons, Bnnanap. Canteloups
and Pine Apples.  See our display to-day.
FRUIT JARS
The present demand for Fruit Jars here
made us buy a large (quantity and we
are therefore able tu sell at a price that
will make you think we gel our jars lor
nothing. The famous Crown brand is
our money-getter. Pints, tjuarts and
Half (iallons. The famous Tartan brand
of Rubber Kings in all sizes.
Our New Tea and Coffee Department at the hack of the store on
the ti round Floor, is proving a
convenience. We have a fine
'• Hobart" Electric Coffee Mill and
can give you genuine steel cut,
ground or pulverized coffee while
you wail.
100 Black Silk Waists
Came our way at a special price antl we
pass them on to the consumer at a real
saving.
A Lovely Blaok Silk Waist at. $8 90,
Another more elaborately made Tailored
Black Silk Waist, artistically braided
with Fine Silk Soutache Braid at
$5.75
Smart Dresses
No matter how many Smart Dresses in
her Wardrobe, any woman has room for
another when it is aB trim and neat as
these pretty house dresses, New Americ.in
make, pretty Btyles, made up in a lovely
washing Percale j-Sleeves, Dutch and low
neck, and the price complete ia only
At $3.50
VEGETABLES
The time for lhe old vegetables is past
and we are looking forward to getting
all New and Fresh Vegetables. We are
supplied every morning from the Ranche
with Lettuce, Turnips, Beets, Radishes,
and New Potatoes. When you get
Hume's New Vegetables, You Get the
Best.
Get Our Prices
TROUSERS FOR MEN
A line of Worsted Trousers for Men-
regular Summer weight, made light.
Grey Worsted with Fine Stripe, fitted
with Belt* Straps and Buttons inside.
Two hip pockets.   Cool for hot weather.
Prices :   $4 Per Pair
COOL SHIRTS FOR MEN
Comfortable ami ClusHy is what they are.
Solid colors end striped effects. All with
collars attached. These collars are all
reversible so that a white collar can be
worn if desired. Prices from $1,25 to
18.00 faeh.
J   I.
Summer Millinery
The ti tno to buy Summer Millinery is
now. What woman is not ready for
another Hut by now. You can buy them
at real economy prices now. All ours
are just Half Price. Look at the prico
Card yourself "and just give the Sales
Poople Ibe
Half Price
30-Dozen Handkerchiefs
Buy your supply of Handkerchiefs now !
We place on the Table on Monday H0-
dt'zcn Ladies' Handkerchiefs, all kinds,
hardly any two alike all at 10c. or three
for 25c.
Summer Vests
You will carry away these Summer
Vests in bunches at the price. All White
Cotton Knit Vests, Ixiw Neck and Short
Sleeves—or no sleeves at all, fine, light
and cool at only
Only 10c.
COOL SH0E8
Do they not appeal te you 7 Almost
everyone has more or less trouble with
their feet in weather like tbis. '>ur Canvas and Duck Shoes will help yon out of
yourdilliculty.
MEN'S GREY OK BROWN CANVAS
BOOT, leather sole, Kay sewn, light and
comfortable.   Price $2.50 per pair.
MEN'S GREY CANVAS BOOT, leather
sole, Goodyear welted, Blucher cut. Price
$2.75 per pair.
MEN'S GREY OR WHITE CANVAS
OXFORD, leather sole, Goodyear welted,
most comfortable and dressy. Price—
$2.75 per pair.
LADIES' WHITE OR BROWN MERCERIZED OXFORDS, leather sole, turn
Blucher cut. Extremely good value at
$2.75 per pair.
LADIES' WHITE OR BROWN CANVAS OXFORDS, leather sole, turn,
Blucher cut, dressy and comfortable, at
$1.75 per pair.
LADIES' WHITE DUCK OXFORDS—
leather turned soles, kid lining, nobby
lasts—the most comfortable and dressy
shoe we have.    Price $8.2-6 per pair.
CHILEIIEN'S WHITE CANVAS
o\FORl»S at '.lOe. per pair. Misses'
White Canvas oxford- at 11,36 per pair.
I
WASH TIES
A line nf Men's Light Wash, in all colory
Our Special Prices on these     2">e each.
C. B. Hume Sr Co. Limited
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke and Arrowhead
MAIL. TELEPHONIC, or SEND
your Orders '. Seed the children
to the Store ! Come yourself, or
have our City Traveller call at
your Home for Orders. No Order
ton large or too small (or us to
handle. It pleases us to see that
Customers get the beet of attention. Puce 5
THE MAIL TTERALD'IIEVELSTOKE, B C
WUDNB1SDAY, .HH.Y JOTH, l»l<>
JULY CLEARING SALE
TRIMMED MILLINERY
Children's  Muslin   Hats,   Wash   Huts,   i;n-
11 i in moil Hats, All Bummer Flowers, Millinery
Trimmings, nil al Imll prioe.   Home Milliners
this in ymir olianoe  Iii  set what ynu want at
Mint hull-price.
BARGAINS IN WASH GOODS
Ific,   beat   English   Prints—Sale   Prloe   lOo.
18a and 20-J, CHiigliama—Sale Prioe I8j oents.
20o,   lii'liiinettes—Sale  Price  l2Jo. psi ymtl.
WHITE WASH GOODS
Cross 1 tiir Muslin, Stripes and  Floral designs.
WASH SKIRTS AND BLOUSES
Reliable Goods at Bale Prices.    All goods reduced lur Immediate clearance.     Wash Skirts
nnd Mouses.
regular SOo,—Sale prioe 16o. per yard.   Oilier
lines telling at 25o,, B6o., nnd .rit)e. per yard.
BOOTS AND SHOES
45 pain Ladles Tan nml ninek Oxfordi,   This
WHITE WEAR GARMENTS
I'liderskirls,    Night     tli.wiih    nml    iMiiwi'iH.
\\ i m's Bummer Vents.
senmin's must desirable shapes.   Regular $8,
now $2 per pair.
lllll [-.nil's ndds nnd ends   nl   (Klnids nml Slippers, nil Helling less liuin whulesale prlcos.
Men's Heavy Working shueH nt fll.fiO pet p.iir.
Men's   liemy tl.ii-l inside   limits,  regular $3 50,
selling now nt $2.60,
DRESS MUSLINS
D.iinty Mrrun AIuhIjuh, regular 20o , Sale prioe
12Jo per yurtl.    [tegular 40o. Sale Prico 2fio,
loo Men's Btraw 11 ils. reg .f 1 and $1 76—76a each
REID & YOU
LOCAL AND GENERAL
A broilen wheel wns tbe cause     ol
the ditching ol n west hound freight
i  21 miles east ol Golden    lust
/tight.
Sir Wilfrid Unmet has dollnltely
arranged to visit Revelstoke on Monday, August i.'.tli, lor two hours In
tlie afternoon.
The dato ut the Coronation of King
George v., has been announced ollic-
mlly.     Ihs Majesty will be crowned
In Wi-.-t istei   Abbey on Juno 22nd,
next year.
Henderson's directory estimates
that thin- are »t urescnt In Uritish
Columbia  5,000  Hindus,  16,000    .1hi>-
anese,  IT, I  Chinese, i'.i,imn  liulians,
and 280,000 whites.
Messrs. Levesiiue and Walsh, lato
,.( the Windsor hotel, havo taken
over the Union hotel, and in extending their tliiniks to their many pat
mus, when nt the Windsor, .solicit
tne same in theii   new premises.
Several parties have visited the
\ ictoria Park this yeai by way ul
the Lindmark trail. We believe that
tbe chalet at tin* second lake is bad,
... In need of repair, which, il that
be the case, should be attended to us
buLiu us possible.
Although tbe deep hole In tho nvei
nauk immediatel) beneath the Orien
tal hotel is by nu means fllled up,
yet  tne    new    double mattress     put
'.u«i. recentl)  to prevent  tho sei s
erosion tbat »ib yioK on haj   ap
* ntly Innl tin   desired eliect.    The
:ivei. bowevei, .-till makes bad     ed-
. - at ibis point.
I Ite    iml  on  l''ii.in>   aftei
sb behind the McKen
recreation   grounds,    and
The ' Itj     author!
provincial  government  Bent
to put it       i  and  prevent    nny
Friday  night's
It unsideraule
re in check,
We are it   receipt ol h copj ol B *       The     hospital    nursi
letin No. -•     -   ied bj  tbe U. C   Do    , ..,,, 01]     Priitnj   next   *■
partmei e.     Tho bulle-   ,tlt, BUtumn.
tin deals with the production ol bens
gg   and is prepared by M. A. Jull,
trj  expert.     The prln
as
hell;
PURITY  FLOUR
To those who have not yet given Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest yoU doing so if you wish to procure the hest
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just what we represent it to be.
TEA   AND  COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the best values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
slve
Mi      \    II    VIleu     will not
tomorrow.  Thursday.
Mi    and  Mrs,   Hut ry  Needbam have
gone mi i, holiday visit  tu Beaton.
Mi     Pi ed Uro Man
Is visiting  Mi      !■'.   Austin,  Mi Ki
avenue.
!    II.  A.   Brown,
.-mi urn.'.-     ivas   ii
-I. Monday,
I    Tlie
il   Black
visitor  *
Mr.     and    Mt
Beck  left  yestet ..*
'* - visit tu Spokant
Ipal points aeait »itn are egge     »-
11 ,    , Beck,  wb
feeding and bouseing uf
. information uu   the
uree.Jiiit- * '  * roductlou
mmen ial purpose!
i:. a   , - *      at   ■'■ ■■■    peg     81r Wll
jrui  | * -   said that    he
laj »hen
the Saskatchewan river would be
inaili ■ m thi   loot  •■( the
tali tbt      city     ol
■   .    ..  ratei
ea
bum.:       "I  hope to live I
oomph '•        :,j:*        ■' ''"   "anl.
■ it ii n t ii iii.iu..      it »'ii    iom«
•••••
I und
it.t foi  this • it>  ii"-)  i ■  "i  tbt
Beck,  who
lege in  Spokane
month I,   will  return   with
I "i tlie month
Mr.  Wilcox,  '■(  Philadel]
book "ii the Lake Louise
a clat..-.  alpine literal ui -   ■*•
[delighted viaitoi  at tl
llanit     tins    week.      The  flourishing
condition    * il    tbe     i anadian   \
club aflords  much  gratiBeation      t"
lum, a- be
publit I i unities oUere-d
tlie   ii.,< k>   ne.   i,'.i i      ■
alpine andeai n
Tragic Suicide
A   pill
llowing, whn b appeared recent .   .,,   th
thi     \,. •* mu   ' .,ii*iin-t, i ■ ii
specimii, "I what frequently a]
in ci'M '   i'n, 'i      I  Revelatoke    hap
peningi l* ':
aM. *.     enforcing 'ne byla«
biting  liens  running  abo il    the
,.
I.-nil'  I., Uuu
Lund,   *' m  Mon
..
mltted      Hi- nt once notl i ilm po
. ' ■• and      earcb    wa     madt
Marka of    i'"' kin ;ed     feet
 tieets and del - iltlag egg    ,.,.,,. plain
'  '. '*!.
bi .'.'.i cent* ii dozen."
Summer
Necessities
Hire nre a few articles chosen
ill ial lii'iu i'r"in mir  huge
ri ck ol  I oili t '• la
Witch h ,/*.!   double distilled 350
Benin Almond   Cream   lor   thn   Completion 500
wa«h ii.i. * He and I'i
Palmers    Rose    Leaves     Tollol     Wsltr
500    li im
11 00
Crushed Rose T.iln
m
70e
Cold (.-.'.it
250
Bews' Drug Store
ii nn*
going   in    lie*  watei.       The clothe *
rem * * ed » Ithoul any I rai t
ti ■ nei    and it  was supposed that
he hail committed  suicide, and  nn"th
ii  mystery added  i" the river's toll.
Meanwhile,  a  man   who  wo arn  told,
\ Knes  ny   the  name  of  0.   M*   llillinits-
1 ly, suddenly appears minus his cloth-
lea,   and     in    mother nature's    <carh
looks vainly foi  hi    garment     being
unable to c,,me out from the friend
iv covei  "f the   bi mtl      He,     how
ever, sunn secured clothes iiom some
where    nml      quietly   "rame  bark  to
1,1,.." it ii understood tbat he was
' morolj bathing and    probably     i".v
down i" sloop, all unknowing ol the
I ten ible tragedy he wub supposed   to
I bare cuuBcd.
Revelstoke Hospital Society
The i • gulai   meet ing "t t he dlft cl
i   tbe  Hospital     Society      was
, the ' lit)  Hall    on     Mondaj .
1;   i,..nli'ii   in  tbe
chair and seven members  present.
A   letter  from  the  Hon.   Provincial
i'it'l,  .itat -
22nd,
mi   '   mould  no
•unit      I..
■*(   initlK
eet     in    tin-
than
- in.i"   at -     for
-    '
mn as
■
*
In-  built nun   plat
niiiiit
'
■ ■
i
in
ted     to
'
nmodation
 .'
.*    whieh    .M
;'iml
toks
Arrowhead
'Chase
Total »1 •
Cash  "ii  hand 14,-800 10
Meeting on moi irned
Mf.viiq Picons
im  Prlday  and  Baturday  the  pro
crammo  Will  Include  the famotl    i'l
tin uiil   iim y  nl  ".l"ini ni An  '      In
moving  plclnn The  "Hand      ol
.IuhIni* rn  Black iland" will alt
prosontod and  tbe  nin >m11<.n^ oome
dy "JluUdiiit; the uew House."
CITY CDUHCIL
\ special ii iini: nl tin* city liuin
ni  wns beltl "ii  Prlday  last.     Ael
iiik Mayor Trimble and  Aid,    Bows,
Cowail,   Mi'l'nil.v,  iiiiii  iMi'Kiin ,   In
inn  present.
THAT 'l'i ml. Slll'lli.
WUUs Armstrong Waited on tbo
ei.iiiii'il nml asked that the tool ailed
Hurt being oroctetl on Third atroot
nml Doyle avenue bo reuiovuil uh it
wiih detrimental to tlie appearance ol
residential proportj in tbo vicinity.
The council agreed to stop work al
it   fin-  21     I is    nml   luuk   nil"   llie
umi ter uf removing it.
TAX   BALIS   KXTI'.NSluN
Aid, i'iiimiii nsiieil for nu extension
of time tor the  propel Ly  tax    sale ,
mnl n  resolution wuh passed extend
tllg  the  inti-i 11ii   litni'  llll  Sept,   3rd,
Klltl'l  HALL NO,  2.
h.i.v Macdonald and tt. A, Sturdy,
ns ii dopulal   it     Pile  itiii'.uile
Nu. ;:, in,kill tn, counoil tm 500 fool
ul new hose and ii nuzzle. There
was nut enough hose fm* i-jorvlco and
three lull reels wero nocessary, Tho
matter wns referred t" the 10,  W. *
1,.   i-iiiikii11 let*.
U1I8T NU1SANCH
Aid, Hews brought  up tin- tiiiostion
ul    thi'   dltst    nill.,nine,    lll'glllg thnt
something bo ilonu. Wator cartB
wore practically useless mnl u buttor
system should  he adoptod.
Aid,   Mn 'ni ij   suggested    assesBlng
lbe property so In Ilttod    hy      tho
watering "f the Blroota 11 Lho city
took it in baud.
Tho mayor said it was too late
now in tako nir tho matter of system
nlu* Bprlnkllug, nml Aid. Cowan was
instrurtetl to procure the street hose
from the power house to bo useil on
the business section.
NIOWMAN'S  HDiNl)
Tbo matter of W. Newman's bond
for (he unfinished contract at tbe
new power dam wus brought up.
Aid. Cowan suul that the engineers had paSBed the work ns safe, and
the rlty could vory well return Mr,
.Newman his $10,000 cheque, provided
lie gave a suitable bond, Thoro wns
a resolution before tho council whieh
covered everything.
Aid. Bews said the city wns safo,
if tbe bond was furnished.
Aid. MeKinnon look exception to
the new resolution before the council
on tho ground that the original one
with tbo penalty clause for damage
or accident was the safest. Mr. Newl
uniii hml failed to do all he promised
The council were too letiietjt to Mr.
Newmun. who bad got all he asked
for ainl liml not kept bis word. Why
had be not paid the amount tor the
running ol the bus plant, for to pay
which be bad been granted an extension ol time. Mr. Newman bad not
played tbe name with the eity and
tbe city had no right to go and absolve lilm from all penalties .until
the whole work wns completed. The
city must be protected aud he would
not i-tmiil for giving nwny anything
in,in- I" Mr. Newman, The resolut.
nm before the council practically re
h-nsiMl lum fi "in all penalty if any
thing 11,."iiii happen to the dam. The
dam wns vibrating very seriously,
mnl anything might happen to It He
,ltd not agree to extending the time
nil February 1911, but wanted to see
the  work  finished  before the council
went   out  ill   "lliee,  BO that they  e.illlil
-hi   that   they  had  done    something.
l'i,.    res] nihility     was  too       treat
to release Newman ol tho penalty
clause and he would not stand for it.
i wai pointed out that tbe
bond was as good as the cheque,
and with the penalty clause stand -
mir the bond could not l*e obtained.
Mr, Newman bad promised to pay all
ins lis Tbe dam wns all bu!
finished  and   with   the  (10,000    bond
..   "". draw bai k     tbe     city
Vld   MeKinnon thought  it  very fun
■ •   council  was breaking its
„,.,k to  Newman,
hi,,I .' .iiuii  -'ns  going
mi  tin* thousands     ol
feel tbat  Newman  had  le!
The city's  Intel
aftei     by    him,
. n    ■   tbt   * tbt '      did
*
..*   no
•      nil
•   ■
f   t III
*    .ii   of
in,llllll
i,.,ii.I
'      ■
	
,
tract rnary
foi    tha
trad  in all
'     lhe     llll ' i,   '
[oi   f .ii     performance  ol
i.mi     bean  the  1st Pebi ial .
i i  ii,,., resolution shall     not
.„., ,* unless said company
. ' uf running ll"' Ba* pro
He.I   hv   previous  resolution   nor      unloHii      mini   bond       In-
fm nl tied to take tbe plat a d(      aid
* jHi*. nml mm nl company, be
tore  becoming antltlad  to bave said
,,* returned to tl em   shall notl
iv ti,,*  oil thai all debts In ci n
,,,.,i i0n * iin the construction ol
dam have been fully paid or latlafl-
uu umi   iiiiii   i.uul   liynd  be  liuuishod
within thirty days."
Tho lesoiiiiiiiii was carried. Aid.
Cowan, McCarty and Bows lor. Aid.
Mil-, iiiiion agnlnsl.
NKW WATIOR  I'll'l'. LINK.
Tho matter "l the agroomont     bo
t ween    tbo   city and    the ranchers,
wiieii'iiy iin* latter     woro to reootvo
wator sorvice in oonsldoration "l tho
new city wator pipe line boing   laid
through their property, nlso      with
miller bprth owners covering Indom
nity  for loss or da ma lies  hy      reason
ol the construction  nl  ihe  pipe line
brougli thoir     property, wns     loll
\ ith the city solicitor.
Aid, McCarty was dotAlled to look
into the matter of tbo oroctlon     ol
he new  band slainl.
Telegram    ro  Br.   Pagan'  lisil    In
onnoctlon with the running of sew
ago Into Uie Uloullluwaet river mul
the announcement of ihe shipment of
two  ems ill   pipe   by   llie   I'lieiHc'  Pipe
Company, woro recelvod and Hied.
FIELD NOTES
'I'lie  Indies ol the  It.  11,  ehiiieh  held
bolr strawberry and lea cream lostl
vul on Monday afternoon and it was
well   11>11 .m-iI.
Min. N. 10, Bci ivens of HI LaWll, Is
be gtiosl ol hoi brothor Mr, 11. W.
Swordfager In town.
I     I'he      speeinl     hum   of   the   lOdlBOIl
moving picture car was In town tho
I Inter pari ol Inst week taking views
oi the inouuiiiiiis, BColiary, etc., to
bo used in moving picture shows the
world ovei. II was very Interesting
| o watch their actors and actroBsos
performing fur the camera. The ono
of the runaway bride and groom
through the mountains on an automobile being exceptionally good,
Manager Lucas, ol tho Ml.. Stephen
House, gave a grand hall und banquet ou Thursday evening in honor
of the trip.
Tho ladles bosket     ball   team is
progressing splendidly.     Tbey are
getting in trim for tho    match on
Labor liny with Goldon.     When the
costumes arrive Ihey will bo nhle to
practice   to   better  advantage.
A darkey lady and gentleman trav
elling through the t intalns, stopped oil in Plold last Prlday night
and guvc a concert, their singing and
dancing being exceptionally good,
they were n whole troup in themselves. We nre to lie favored with two
shows this week from an opera com
pany  of  fifty singers. The      large
tents are being erected and seats
made comfortable and we hope that
they will prove to be what the band
bills claim tbey are.
Rocky Slopes Ablaze
Calgary, July 19. Forest and
brush lires raging in several places
in the foothills of the Rockies are
assuming such  proportions that, set
tiers  anil   t iinliermeii   are       becoming
alarmed.
Tbe country la dry as tinder and
Ilia tires are sweeping unchecked
through valuable timber lands, beyond     the     i trnl  of men  battling
against them.
Unless the rain falls it is feared
that forests, worth hundreds of
thousands of dollars, will be
destroyed.
Complete C.N.R. Road
Vancouver, July 19.—D. D. Mann
has propbesled that    the     Canadian
Northern would lie running transcontinental trains into Vancouver In
pun, all plans now being arranged
for the completion of the line a year
ahead of the provincial limit, it. is
expected that tbe contract for the
second section from tbe coast would
be let shortly and next year work
would be rushed  from  both ends.
Mails Close
The mails close at Hevelstoko as
follows:
Kor eastern   points—II  a.  m.      and
p.  m.
Kor western points—4:25 p. m, and
7 45 p. in.
Por southern points—:i a. in.
i Ity mall boxes are cleared week
. M . nt 7 48 a.m. nml :',: 15 p. in.,
umi  Hundnys at  ;i 15  p. ta.
Tin*   elaborate   funeral   given     King
Kid -un i i " i  the nut Ion 1202,500,   as
• H      11..*   upplententary financial
i  11 mate
NOTICE !!
Having removed my office
from the Paget Supply Company
to the ollice of the Revelstoke
General Agencies, Limited, all
orders lefl there will be promptly
i ted.
J. P, Sutherland,
Successor to
Phone 12,       K.w.i:. Paget.
TO    RENT   Two     furnished   rooms,
centrally located,     Apply tins office,
WANTED Third Olasa Uuglneer,
H * Istoke Baa mill ''ompany. Big
K.lii,.   I<   (!■
IV ANTED   * Fourth   Class   Engineer
Appiv  to  *'*' I  Kootenay      Steutn
Laundry, Kevelstoke, D. C.
WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS
Every woman in town knows thai ihis Store is
the o ffering the besl goods, the lowest, prices and
the largesl variety to select from. Our MIDSUMMER SALE offerB greal attractions n
Hrst-class goods al very low prices. Everything In
the way of Summer goods must go and you will find
811 opportunity to supply your needs at inoney-saving
prices.
Summer   Curtains
We are offering exceptional values in Colored
Madras. We want in clear oul every yard of il before our fall stock arrives antl are offering aboul 800
yanks thai sold regularly at 65c. to 75c, for ■'••'>■ per
yard,
Wash Suits and Dresses
Our sales in   these goods   Iiave
been very large and as we will not
carry any of these over this season,
low prices will move thein, we
are offering sails from $.'1.75 up and
pretty   one-piece   dresses ill   Lawn
witli lace and embroidery trimmings
from $3.00.
SUMMER  VESTS-0"1
line is a wonder for price and
quality. We have them with long
sleeves, sliorl sleeves and no sleeves
and prices range from LOc. to $1.(10.
WHITEWEAR   Our whole
slock,   and one   ul   the   best   ever
shown in lhe cily, is on  sale at 25
per  cent,   discount.     You cannot
afford to overlook this.
.
' Am
A   Y
Children's Head Wear
A big range of Straw Hats and Muslin Hats and
Bonnets for all ages.    If the old hat is shabby, here
is your chance to get a new one ill half price.
Come and look through our slock—
ll will pay you.
mza
m/um.
i.   o  n  d
GOODS.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
—and you should insist   upon getting 'lie brat at  nil
times-^ri mus   Our reputation fov good bread is not
the result of chance.    Oui   customers  ace satisfied   that
puis Ih   tlie   most satisfactory   bread   thtsy  oon   buy,
Try it and you   will become a  regular customer.    Our
Groceries aie also in keeping with out- bread.
G. W. Bell
P. O.  Box  208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
rEAS AND COFFEES
Victoria Cross Tea (21b. lead pkgs) per lb.
Pilgrims No. 1 Green Tea, per lb
Daddy's Coffee, in Quart Jars 	
Breakfast Delight,   Our  t-pecial, whole or
Ground, per lb.
Phone 93.
50c.
45c.
45c.
30c.
McIntyre  & Son
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITKD.
Import direct from country o( origin.
WHOLESALE    DEALERS    ONLY.
REVELSTOKE    ti.  O.
Farm For Sale
tt Wl I'.I) TO SKI,I. Form "I I IB
acres, ni"' location, ulose lo railway
■iini bi-Iioo1. <l""i| roud, well watered,
In acres good 1>. >i < j_mm land. The
_">!kI fruil Intnl. Apply t" Y. Hiiyiii'H
Miilnkwa,  II.  0. t.o.
Municipality of Spallumcheen
TENPERS will b« reacived by the
unde.-fiKiitd up to noon ul the 23rd
|ii«t, fm excavating, concrete work,
p'aHtrring find repairing the Armstrong I'ulilie School.
l'lnns nnil (ipeolftoetlODt can be seen
at the {ii'r.rel«ry'« Oflice, Armstrong,
B. C. The lowrst or any tender nol
necessarily accepted.
J. M. WHIG I IT,
jy 16 ill S'.crelary.
When you want to cleat your lioure of
flies, see lhat you get
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
Imitations arc always uiiMlisfadory.
I    IB-     *

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