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Vol. 17-No. 47
REVELSTOKE. B. C, JUNE 17 1911
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National Bank.
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current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch- A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
WHITEWEAR
Your  requirements for hot weather garments are
here.    A large and  well assorted slock to choose
from.    A   dainty   line of Ladies'   Underskirts  at'
reasonable Prices.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
RIGHT  TO  THE  T
Monsoon
Silvkk Spoon
Blue Ribbon
Victoria Cross
The Best Ceylon
Teas   at
50 cents per lb.
Dekajulie Pure Assam at 60 cents
All our Groceries are right in quality antl price
John Mclntyre & Son, Phone 93
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. 1 Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 23
GEOLOGISTS INVESTIGATE
WEALTH OF INTERIOR
Dominion Government Sends Out
Parties Into Franklin, Slocan,
Boundary and Interior
Vnncouver, B. C, June 12.— Several parties representing the Dominion geological survey will devote the
summer to Held work in British Co-
lumliia. R. (!. McConnell is here today from Ottawa on his way to the
Portland Canal district, where he
spent last season. He will also report on the new camp on Ohscrva -
tory inlet, where the Granhy and
Pacilic Metals company are doing
important development work. Mr.
McConnell, nearly 10 years ago, made
an official report on the geology of
the Yukon.
Mr. Malloch, ol the same department, is now on his way into the
Hazelton district, where he will resume the work undertaken by
Leach, and later into the Nans
ley to report on coal, copper
gold.
Mr. Clapp will devote the season
to field work on Vancouver Island,
continuing the work he started last
season. The task will occupy several
years.
Charles Camsell will spend the sea-
eon in the interior and will likely
\ isit steamboat mountain.
O.H.Leroy will report on the geo -
logy of the Franklin camp and the
Boundary district and on Beveral
camps in the Slocan.
Quite a large number of these men
were in the city this week stocking
up for an indelinite staff in the Big
Bend.
Mr.
val-
und
Premier Issues Warning
London, June 14.—Prominent among the viBiti-ng Premiers of the Dominions and provinces overseas is
British Columbia's first minister,
Hon. Richard McBrlde, whose appearance  has frequently been noted  here.
In an interview he referred to some
of the glories of the Pacilic prov -
ince, and its openings for British
settlers and British capital.
"We have everything a country
needs for prosperity," lie remarked,
"minerals timbei, land, fisheries, climate, and a vast seaboard. The opening of the Panama Canal will mean
much in the development of British
Columbia, as will alBo the increased
railway facilities now in progress of
construction. In a few years we will
have a million ol population and it
will increase rapidly."
Mr. Clapp will devote the season
word of warning to British investor's
"We are anxious to protect thc interests of British capitalists in the
province," he said, "but unfortunately some of the 'propositions'
which Hnd their way to the London
market ure not exactly of the soundest. It behooves the British investors to examine the securities thor -
oughly before investing. There are
limitless opportunities for the placing of capital in British Columbia on
a remunerative basis if only ordinary
caution is exereised."
PUTTING LID ON.
After July 1 all Vancouver hotel
dining rooms must be closed from
midnight until six a. m. nnd no exhibitions, performances or vocal music will be allowed in restaurants or
cafes at any time.
CLEVER PUPILS
Success in Exams. Achieved By
Revelstoke Boys
Revelstoke has had reason more
than once to point with pride to her
clever pupils and what they have
attained in the outside world, and
it is a ple*nirc to report this week
the marked success achieved by several at recent examinations. Much
of this success have* been won at the
expense of considerable self-abnega -
tion. but the pupils have finally won
out.
Last week a remarkable success was
achieved when Rupert Haggen passed the Provincial Land Surveyor*
exam, coming through with high honors and passing third on the list with
twenty-nine competitors writing.
Three weeks previous he had passed
a similar examination as Dominion
I/ai>d Surveyor and is now in line
for any position either Provincial or
Dominion. Between the two exams
Mr. Haggen who is hut twenty-three
years of age, had worked hard at
his profession! Thc course of in-
strurtion required three years' study.
Another notable success was that
made by Jas. Allied Urquhart, who
at thc recent McGill medical exam -
inations secured first class honors in
Physics, Embryology, General Chem
istry and  Anatomy.
Tbe McGill Matriculation exams
are now on nt the rectory and the
fallowing pupils are writing:—Clare
Kraeer, Tamils Patrick and Jae.
Lyle Lawson. The results will bc
out In about u month.
GETS  CONTRACT FOR JAIL.
Tenders for the erection of the addition to the jail were opened up
today at noon and the contract
awarded to Foote & Prudolini at
$2,300*.
AUIQ BUG IN CITY
four Cars Will Tour City Streets
This Year
The automobile hug has struck this
city and this summer it thc present
program is carried out there will be
no less than four of these gasoline
wagons whizsinr around and tooting
Iheir horns.
Already Mr. Turnross has two,
having recently purchased the tour -
ing car of Mr. G. S. MeCarter, _ and
Mr. MeCarter has ordered in its
place one of the most up-to-date
louring cars of the  Cadillac  type.
In addition to this, Mr. Walter
Bews has ordered a Ford touring car
which is due to arrive here In the
city within thc next week.
The excellent shape of the roads
and trails in this vicinity which are
rapidly being opened up are no little
incentive to the purchase of tiicsa
machines*, and the presence ol tho
cars in the eity bespeak the prosperity of the business mcn.
FUG MUST FLY WHEN
SCHOOLS IRE OPEN
Board Decides That Patriotism
Must Be Inculcated in Young
Children
If the resolution of the school
board which met in special session
on Tuesday night is carried out here
after every day during school hours
the Union .lack will Ily on the school
buildings. This is the policy as
curried out in Manitoba and so
strongly championed by Premier Rob-
liu. It is believed that thc constant
recognition of th-o flag creates a
patriotism in even foreign-born children.
The matter was brought to the not
tice of the board by Chairman H.
Cunningham Morris, who pointed out
that Repelstoke was one of the tew
schools in B. C. which did not fly
the flag on the school buildings during school hours, and there was no
reason why the practice, which was
a highly patriotic and valuable one,
should not be carried out in thc
Revelstoke schools. A resolution
was accordingly passed Instructing
the principal to see that flags were
Hying on both school buildings during school hours.
The contract for leveling thc
Strathcona school grounds was let
to Frank McOarty, his tender being
the only one received. The amount
was $102.5 and oalls for thc covering
of the grounds with tour inches of
black earth. Mr. McCarty agrees to
do the work according to ihe specilicatious drawn up by Mr. Robert
Smith, who will supervise thc work,
which will  be commenced at once.
The resignation of Miss Burris,
teacher of Division four was accept -
ed and Miss Jean Hyatt of Kelowna
was appointed to Revelstoke teaching
staff
It wns resolved that the Board uQ-
vertise lor another teacher to lill
the other existing vacancy.
Those present were Chairman H.
Cunningham Morris, W. A. Sturdy,
T. W. Bradshaw and F. Young.
cr
Garden Tools
Wire Netting, Fencing, Screen Doors and
Windows, Rubber Hose, Sprinklers, etc. Carpenter's Tools and General Hardware.
SPORTING   GOODS
Haseball and Lacrosse  Goods,   Fishing   Tackle,
the best slock ever in town.
FARM AND GARDEN SEEDS
HAY  AND   FFED
FULL LINK OF GROCERIES
Bourne Bros.
-   Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing ^
May Roberts Coming
Mi. Fox, thc advance man for May
Roberts, arrived, in thc city ahead of
this clever actress, she will be here
on Friday night, June the 22ml in
Hemic Bernsteincs greatest play "The
Thief." We remember May Roberts,
and wc know she is one of the -best
that has hit Revelstoke or anywhere
else. She was here about two years
ago ami we will bo glad to seo her
again for the name of May Roberts
spells a line show.
CRdlSINii BIG BEND
Capitalists Investing in Timber
Limits to the North
Going up thc Big Bend for the
purposes of cruising a large area of
timber in which Chicago and London
(Bng.) financiers are interested a
party, headed by Mr. A. Gllchrlat,
provisioned here on Thursday and
left for their arduouB task by pack
horses.
It reminded oue o-f tho old days
when thc streets were frequently lined with suoh parties. The steamer
lms now however displaced that
mode of transportation, but this
party simply had to go up thc Big
llend, and the impoimihi.lty of navigating the rivor just now on account ot the heavy drill wood running necessitated going back to tin1
old  met hods ot  transportation.
Mr. Gilchrist Is an old experienced
timber man and cruiser and tho pur
ty went up prepared for an Indefinite
stf y lu the wild*.
RAILROAD AUTO
Will Be Used on Tour of the
Kootenay Lines
Calgary, June IS.—A. Price, superintendent of tbo Oi P. R. here, will
ipend his vucatlon In tho Kootenays
this summer. Mr. Prico has IHted
up an ordinary automobile with flange
wheels ot the sume guage ns a railroad track and on this apparatus he
intonds making the trip. It Is said
the "machine thiiB equipped is equal
to 200 miles per dny.
Revelstoke High School
Report ol examinations held during April and May,  1911.
Class A—Ten subjects, average percentage. Jam™ Lawrence, 67; T.
Patrick, till; 0. Fraser,  62.
Class II— Kight subjects, average
per cent. Fred Fraser, 70; H. M.
Hobbs, (ill; Donald Calder, 60; Alf -
red Tapping, 66 (absent three subjects); M. Field, 64; M. Porter, 63;
(absent three subjects); (1. Urquhart,
61; Leon Coursier, 60; Val Tomlln
son, 60; Douglas MeCarter, .IH; Fred
Lyttle, .I'l; (absent three subjects); I.
Procunier, 63; M. Young, 51.
Class ('--Nine subjectB, average per
cent, K. Sinimouds, 70; K. Sibbald,
74; L. Moran, 72; B. Corson, 7fl; H,
Dickey, 68; I. Johnson, 67; M. Lindmark, 61; 11 Heiger, 60; h. Brock,
i'i;. Ctarltn McRae, «,
PICNIC TO GLACIER
Retail Association Make Arrangements for Coronation Day
The Retail Association decid'-d at
a meeting this morning to hold their
annual picnic on Thursday next, Coronation Day, at Glacier, the return
tare for which will be $2.:i0 and halt
rate for children.
This is not a private picnic, but
all are invited to attend and visit
this favorite picnic spot. Train leaves the city at 7:30 a.m. and returns
at the convenience of the picuickers.
Those who attend may take lunches
with them if desired, but arrangements havo been made at Glacier
lintel lor meals. The picuh- cars
will be specially decorated for the
occasion and sports will lm provided
on the grounds.
bun Club Shoot
Following     is    tho    result of    the
woekly shoot tor buttons oi the Rev
elstoke Gun Club:
Barber    16      20
Maodonell  24      —
Sturdy   10      17
Taylor  16      —
Mulhollan-d     7      —
Fnrsland  16      14
Morgan   15      15
CiimmingH   6        5 I
Cule  11       - |
Foote   6      14
Macdonell   wins  button  in   A;  Tay- |
lor  wins  button  In IJ;   Morgan    wins
bill ton In C.
A great crowd will be here (or the
2Hth, and will go to Nelson for the
:10th and 1st, then to Calgary (or
the 4th and 5th of July.
fresh. Wholesome Meats
Cars are arriving Semi-Weekly.
Stock always fresh for supplying
Retail Trade in City.
p. ^urns & Company. Atd.
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
Butter
Brookfield Extra Creamery Butter
Keystone Creamery Butter
Coldspring Dairy Butter
Malakwa Dairy Butter
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251 p. o. Box 181
I0LKCT OFFICKRH.
At thc regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Directors ol the V. M.
0. A. hold last Tuesday evening, the
billowing officers were elected for the
year:
President—Robt. Gordon.
1st  Vice-President—T.   Kilpatrick.
2nd  Vice -President—J.   Lyons.
Recording   Hccrctary—R.   Gordon.
Treasurer—T.  W.  Bradshaw.
Chairmen of Committees:—Rellg;
ious  Work,   Jns.   Gobl-e;   Kducatinnal
Department, J. M. Pntereoo; physi
cal' Department, J. Lyons; Memlier
-hip Committee, C. A. Cottcn-ll;
Building Committee, Messrs. C. B.
Hume and J. Lyons..
'I'he eaptalns of the diflerent baseball teams are requested lo band in
live names    of    the    players    to   the
secretary as soon as possible, now
that thc ball schedule fur June and
July li formed,
A PRETTY WEDDING
Popular Young Lady ot this City
Married Wednesday
On Wednesday the Hth inst., at
tbe home ot Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mor-
II-., Mit,. M. J. Maclean, sister of
Mrs. Morns ami Stanley J. Pearsr,
Monte (reek, were united in mum -
age by  the Rev. 0. A.  Procunier.
The ceremony took place In tbe
presence of the immediate relations
ol tlie bride. Tbi- diawiug room
was very prettily decorated with
plants and tloweis by J. Maley. The
happy couple left the same evening
for the west. The bride Marries with
ber the best wishes of the community where she hns been well and popularly known The bride was the
recipient of many handBome presents
Irom her Irlends.
CORONATION EXERCISES
Schools Will Devote Wednesday
to Special Purposes
On    Wednesday   next,  the  day  pre-
oedlng  Coronation   Day,  the      public
■ I I    ol the city will devote   their
attention to special patriotic exer -
rises. In the morning the (lags will
l.e officially raised and following this
drllln will be conducted on the school
grounds, Mr. B. R. Atkins will address tli* children on a subject specially. »ppr ipriate tu the occasion.
I    Strawberries look Fine
"Strawberries will be a perfect
crop in tbu district tbis year," said.
j Bruce A. Lawson, when interviewed
iui   tbe  subject  ye-vterday,   " and   thu
I Iruit grown here 1 am prepared to
s ty will  be eijual  to anything      pro-
! diic-wl in British Columbia. From
our ranch we expect to iMp at least
100 'rates besides what wc dispose
nl I "ally, and other ranches report
all ' |llall\   good  .rop."
Ki nt fives ou tbe Hume tk Lawson
ranch  have  wintered   well  desplie the
enormous fall ol suow. "Bueh
young  aud  tender  trees need      hurim
i, ■ in their care, and provided this
is given them there ls little need of
Injury being doue tbern during the
winter season,"  said Mr.  Lawsoni
"llie outlook for vegetables is
e , ua ily as good as for strawberries"
said Mr. Lawson. "They are perhaps a little late and there ban
I een considerable trouble with
worms, but on the whole the outlook is as good or even tatter than
ID  previous years."
"W« ire also experimenting a Httla
mi Hi- ranch this year," continued
Mr. Lawson, "and are trying out
IdOerne grass for hay such as la
grown in Alberta, and present indications at.* that it will do wclll For
this put pi rt we are conducting experiments on two diflerent clnss-a ot
soil."
FOR BALE - Dining room table,
chairs, buff I and other (mniinrc,
Mrs. Forde, MrKcnzn. avenue. \%, .'?.: >
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ilia rapacious harpies wbo prey  upon test,   was   general—Grit,   Conservative
Jie small investor," says the      Lon- business  and  lumber  interests      were
Inn,   hug.,   Economist.     Thrift      is averse to  ilie high-handed ael imi    ol
.loth  a   private  and  a   public   virtue, Hon.   Frank  Oliver.      But  be doiibt-
in.1 as a  prlvabe virtue  it  gives that less jumped up in the air  when these
reeling  ol  independence  and    courage protests came in and swore by
ivhich springs from  the sense  of    se- thai   is   holy—i
curity,  and   whieh  are  not  only   vlr- he would show
T" 6a> that a land policy
ed above all others in B. C.
statu what every public spirited man
aud every pruvincial student ol econ
umy admits, without discuss,on,
while .t .*-> calmed tot British Col
untbia land, acre lor acre, being tn.
most productive in the whole Do
minion, they are, at the same urn*.
tue most expensive to clear ready fo.
cultivation; ,n the majority uf case,
und  undei I  methods o!    Ian
clearing, the nest portion "t th
sett.ers life Is Bpent In preparing fo.
cultivation ., ,« acres "t our heav*
ly timbered lands, which by its slo\..
us and expensive method be
com - - tening to bimsell     an*.
too o(1 araging to bis [amilj
The Introduction ol heavy and cos,
ly machines, such as are at pii.se.i
in use L,y the Canadian Pacific Ra
way Company on Vancouver Ulan .
and near tn.* c.ty ol Vancouver, an
others In a lew parts of B. C, bai
overcome many ut the difficult
experienced .u '.ue past by the in
.«iiJ if reasonably a
-■:   ire destined to bring undei
• . ■  . *.:.*•;.   many   bun ll thi  *s
- ol acres ol lands, wh   .
: i|   many  years   I would
remain      un; : oductive I  ol
■■ al K   U)   tl •    -l.ite.
The   iaCh      .    .i    i.iii I    pOllI ..      li   lll.i;
lun    and     Provincial,    is    Pai Cull}
•   British ■
bia L, tbt iminion au
withdrawn Irom
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on I I its survc)
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.   .-.s -  lot in ted
• ii . ttvation and
entire e) I Un     -jn.        tei
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our  i as
keeping   *;   the prop.-rtj       ll    Pro
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dream and answer wli> the Ian   ■■•» •
t."ii -ii" ii I  ; *t i.n i *    •  pi mk in
anj  poll tf cal platform ir ime i   g     i
(or om province,
The   millions  ••' Koing  out
ol the  pn.iiii'.'  I     ild  go 0  long  way
towards    paying   stereo)  on i ipltal
inveetai in th" cu Mvatlnfl i.l "iir tn
eihaiiMilib i•<Tt n I iivlher eirth.
Ihe   Ian I,
cues in themselves, but are an almost ludlspensible basis ol character.
As wages, salaries, and profits grow
.a all ranks ol society, there is a
natural tendency for thc standard ol
,iving to rise, luxuries become com-
iiirts, and comforts become necesaar-
ies, and although diflerent views may
..*.' held as to the lavish habits of
■vealthy Individuals, there is a gen-
iral agreement as to the need of
iiii-ift among persons of small inhumes. It is not only desirable and
absolutely necessary that the Individual should take care to put aside a
.'.'asonahle proportion ot his income
.'or investment, but that he should
s mn the malestrom ol Improvidence
tbat inevitably leads to the poor-
.1 uis.', and no better plan of investment could be offered him than that
which is provided by thj Canadian
Government Annuities Act. It is
not only absolutely sate, but the
. .'iietits to be derived from an investment in the purchase ol an An-
iiulty are far more bountiful than
ilmse whieh may be derived from
i.iy other safe investment, the An-
i.iitv   representing  a   return    ki    the   straighten
      all
i is his custom—'that
those fellows that he
was boss, and he has for the time be
ing.
Was it to create a few more vac -
ancles for his political heelers that
he moved the office. It must have
been, for doubtless it will require a
much larger ollice stall to attend to
the work in Kamloops than it would
here. The large amount of business
that was annually done here verbally will all have to be transacted now
by correspondence and quite naturally a large office stall will be required. What better opportunity could
be afforded the Hon. Frank to conciliate some ol his political friends?
He has doubtless done so, but at the
expense of thc dissatisfaction and
possible disorganization of his party
here. The timber men are all up in
arms against his action as it will
necessarily mean that tbey have to
keep more ollice help to deal with the
large amount ol correspondence necessitated, and his own political followers are very wratliy over the
affair.
The     Crown Timber ollice has been
here two years and has done much to
out  the    entanglements
The   Stewart   tlt.i
I has     just     issued
which   is  a  gem  In
[ eal   .standpoint,   being   replete
i photogravures  and   information
J corning the district.
The publication, which must have
cost a small fortune to produce is
evidence of rhe enterprise ot the people in that growing town and tells
more plainly than words that the
Stewart people are a unit in the
boosting game.
A Utile clipping from the booklet
in question shows what this embyro
city has done in less than a year.
Read for yourself:
"Less than a year ago the settlement at Stewart consisted of a little
hotel, a small general store and a
few cabins, und these lay across a
mile of ti'de-llat trom any possible
landtag. Today it is a modern town,
approached by two magnilieent
wharves, one nearly a mile in length
Inr lhe general public; the other more
than a mile long, connecting with
the railway. The city is provided
with waterworks, electric light and
telephone service; a modern public
school building is under construction
by ihe Provincial government; ther.!
in- Hire;' churohes; there is ample
and luxurious hotel accommodation,
and every line of business known to
modern cities is creditably represented, an.l the volume of its business 'is
already such that two chartered
banks have established branches to
handle it. The town also boasts of
an excellent tire department, with its
apparatus housed in a modern tire
hall, and a public hospital built ami
urnished at a cost ol $110,000."
One  of  the  very  early  offerings  at
H0-page booklet  the  loc.li  d^atre  will  be Joseph'   10. \
a  typographl-   Howard's   charming   musical   comedy !
"The Flower ot the Ranch." This dc- j
lighttul musical play is presented by
LeComte, Flesher and Wade and will
make a complete  tour of Canada and
lbe  Western  States  this season  with
an excellent company  ot forty    peo  I
pie and a complete scenic  production
as presented in New York and Chicago by Howard ami Harrison.
The slory of western life is well
told, tlie numbers are bright with col
or aud breezy with action, the dia -
logue is overflowing with witty, yet
ilean and wholesome comedy. Tbo
girls are pretty and graceful and the
attraction will prove one of the best
offerings of the season, and will be
hero at the Bdison theatre Monday,
August 21st.
FIELD   NOTES
Mr. A. 0. Wheeler, president of the
Alpine Club, is in town making preparations for the annual Alpine
tournaments.
uvestor ol a portion of his capital whicli tbc Kamloops office got the
is well as th." interest thereon in departm nt into. it was conducted
leriodical payments calculat d upon "" ■< strictly business basis regard-
he numlier ol years he may live and h*s "' the political leanings ol the
.,• gets mu benefit "I every dollar applicants
ie invests, not nn.' eent being charg-
-.1 him for any expense.        11 he lives
•ihe numlier ol years trom and alter
,'i whieh he may be expected to live,
ie will receive bach all that he pays
n with compound interest at lour
per cut. It he should survive Ins
expectation, the Income will not
■ease, but will i.e continued ill l'.'gu
,u payments everj quarter Bhould he
ive  to  be   1 r  lunger,    and    tins
act will probably concern lum more
ban the possibility that be
the employee-, but it
is tu go back to Kamloops to get
into the same bungle that it was
in belore, but Hun. Frank doe.-n't
care -his political ends are gained.
He is playing the game tor all it is
worth. He s.iys the land and timber uilu-,* should In- e.unbilled, but
liuin,.ly but himself can see any closer affinity between a timber an.l
11u.i office than there is between a
butcher Bhop ami an undertak
taMlshment. Thej should lie kept
might   • i'ii",* .ni.: nobod)   knowi .t  better
lie belore he had received l*aek all
...at he had Paul in. Stai uu - ,,i E0
to receive an Annuity, Iim would iu
14 or 15 years get bark all that lie
had paid iu with the interest there-
.ui.      We  do  nm   kn iw   ul an]
tution which could possibly afford to
*M"i terms su advantageous, and it
thi people "f Can.id,i were able tu
realize the favorable conditions "ii
which Annuities could be
from the Government, there  s
I ban   the
liimsi If.
Minister   of   thc   Interior
As suggested  In I
week  i i   bo Bgo  the  Provincial  gov -
ernmeni  his Munimcr.ee 1 w is on tbe
•"ti      road.
Trimble  infurms
nsiderable    wurk
lone un the grading,    and
■   •   i.  ■  an extra gang     wHl
'  i -.       .   e grading     will
MOTHER BEAR'S  MISTAKE
A  Washington man relates how, on
ne occasion in  tile  West,   when       ho
was on his  way  hack to camp    after
day's shooting,  he suddenly    came
n sight of a big she-bear with      two
ubs following her in single tile. They
were proceeding along a  ridge,      the
forms of all  of them  sharply defined
against the evening sky.
It wns a long range for a shot but
lhe Bportsman drew a bead on the
old she-bear and lired. The result
was amusing. The procession stopped; the she-bear scratched herself
hastily, then turned round, and , regarding the cub immediately behind
with severe disapproval, boxed its
cars soundly.
Mother bear then went on her way
her back uncommonly rigid and unrelenting, and it was clearly appar -
out to the Bportsman that she was
under the impression that her frolicsome offspring had been up to some
mischief   that   must   not  be   repeated.
Mr. .1. I). McLennan was called Slid
denly  to  Vancouver  on  Sunday    last |
on  account of serious  illness  ot    his
children.     We  hope that ho will  find !
them much  hotter     when ho    arrives
there.
Mr. F. Tomlinson was in Golden ou
Monday making arrangements for
the various ball teams that nre to
play here on July lirst.
Great preparations arc being made
lor a monster picnic, that is to be
bold on Coronation Day on the picnic grounds, as this Is a holiday it
will enable all to get off and bc children with the children for one whole
day.     All  come and  bring a basket.
i We would like to see the good old
: Union Jack Hying from their various
places on Coronation Day. We look
I ed in vain for a sight, of one on Victoria Day also the King's birthday.
Take the advice of the Mail-Herald,
and let all the Hags Ily on all our
holidays.
Sixty Years the Standard
Dr.PRICE'S
CREAM
Baking Powder
It makes home baking easy
and gives nicer, better and
cleaner food than the "ready-
made." There is no baking
powder or preparation like it
or equal to it for quickly and
perfectly making the delicate
hot biscuit, hot bread, muffin,
cake and pastry.
No Alum—No Lime Phosphates
"Alum in baking powder is dangerous and should be prohibited."
—Prof. Schweitzer, State Univ., Mo.
LIBERALS WIN'  IN  N. S.
Halifax, June 15—In the Nova Scotia elections the liberals still retain
control of the provincial government
I,ut, th,- conservative claim to have
gained eight seat-. The last election
there were only opposition mem- !
bera returned! Three cabinet min-
isters bave been defeated.
Halifax, June 14— The liberals el -
octed a full ticket for Halifax city
and county by substantial majorities
The time members-elect are Messrs.
Faulkner, Logan and Finn.
Prices Are Better Than Ever
Instruments selected by one who knows
what instruments should be
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter &Ijee tiling's
Gherhfird Heintzmi n, and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
0\    IB IUST G-HI _A_ HVL
The female houie fly Uyi from 120 lo 150 cogt
*t a lime, and theie mature in two weeki. Under
favorable condition! the descendants of a  tingle
f'.m will number millions In ihtee months. There*
ore all housekeepers should commence using
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
early in the season, and thus cut off a large pro
portion of the summer crop.
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. 2). Sfoatv,   -    Proprietor
very lew     niuoni: the    thrifty      ami completion  but
thoughtful  who Mould  nut take ' i* ' ■■■
vantage  thereof.     If  yon  will    * I -ihape.
i,, tbe     Buperintendi nt of Annu ....
Ottawa,  ',e will furnish you  will :
aformatton
(ine imn your age
■ lay.  and  state  thc age  at  win,'
.   the Annuity  to  begin    b
torgot  that  it  cannot    legln  until  y.'ii  are  55,   though
It  will the  tre
- earning  power "f
at compound  inter. -'
■
lor tb.
SOLD TO INTERDICT.
June 15.—Stanley Russell,
when brought liefore Police Magis -
tr-ate Irvine yesterday waa flnsd $100
■ *r nine months fnr Belling liquor to
('. F. Hiit.tun. an Interdicted person,
I  paid the fine.
WANTED—General Servant. Good
home. References required. Apply
P.O.  Box 195,  Revelstoke, B.  C.
ROOM AND BOARD—Large bedroom,
suitable for two gentlomen. Apply
this office.
IN    . il-1-
*, •
and ■
mixed
iM.thy
•*'irk   ol
t
you cm get a pretty prompt responw
*   : ■**.*■
Th-
\l ,,. ll iini  tba otl
con
■'
been fm ■
*'
-lied ami   '■
.*
■ I   *i  i i**i ,ii -.I   n  in in* i ,
'Tin-re
tnan     thrill,
IM*   * i   llll   I,llih*
^H	
ippen
*
Oil    I'l IIM   Ipll
ii equentlj  i.n I   •., i ■   mi
il   ■  •      convenience  ol   the
■ i    no I "T.*,.*!* ratli what
*".* :   ■ *-.*  i-i  ih *  .hi
I ■       ,i-  been the     expel *' am
p.i-i   ..-mim in regard io the land "'
* mined
■   il       *   thai  'h ■ i i'.ai, Tlml ■■;  i.f
■ **;i moved to Kami,,'*i
i ii   experience will be met with |n
. ',, timber enqult le .
N'obu iv    i,ut    Hon,   Frank    OM1 ei
want.i I  llu* Crown Timber office  in*.
nl.     Thi. Dominion Hawmilis      pro
t.-Hted,   the  How-man  humlii'i   l'o. pin
'. i, iin Otbboni Lumbei Co, pro
tent-mi, the H I nf Traile protected
ihe city council prote ted, the Liber
al  AHBoelation  protested,  and   ill  (net.
ihe proteel wm general, llut Oliver
had made up hm mind that 'be ofliri'
,li"iilil go. and  it went.      liven      tli«
Arrow i.akeH Lumbei Co., with    uu
TAPPING S OPERA HOUSE
ONE   NIGHT   ONLY
MAY ROBERT
a
AND     HER    COMPANY     IN
(
The Thief
SUPPORTED  BY
THE   EMINENT  ENGLISH  ACTOR
*.i tiie     i'i ince "i * ib-    fortl
.1 .       i
**-i to lay ■'     tbe
new   Inetll ul *  Immediately   ifi
Instrellat *"ii Ami     a    Coi
I ali u ,-»w     In-
ntltute *'i ^ I'toria, it, c.
: ui.hmIm upon  nn. eoclety fur
: impro ■ i   i* titute
rn moUl,   anil   *   i,       ,   .in   *■  >*i
of  the   wm III,   ,ii,'I   ,1   .leHigliK   Iiy       |tl
■■it'll i ,   '.   iii.* imi • iin. unreel  winch
to   oxlst   among    if.t faring
'.ll.llt.lnllK    nf    llll'il    lift
la  known
i,,
and  woik.
The • rn nnl   uiHUr nt the  11,  ('.  Mun
m(   contain!  an   iIIiihIint.nl  anil    do
ninl
nothing1 offloe iti Katmoopi proteitod again t -wlptlvo wrlto-up of Kamloope, o
more   pitiable   than   when   thi    ... * uni-| the   removal   "f   >he   ""'"'        With   li'.,
,  . ,   ...  -,      ,„   ,. „uA.a,t       ....   i-.tirnril   u/hnli>vf<r   tf,   iiiiliLim   the   Ilin
i.it.yue ul tin..I   ii? pocketed
IrlbMted      by    thc    bimi etui y   of    tin*
I.    VICTOR   GILLARD
Friday, June 23
Prices   SOc.   75c.   S1.00
CALGARY
■j     •  • •
[xbiitio
Calgary, Alberta
June 30th
TO
July 7,1911
by regard whatever to polltiw the pro- u'""11 "' T»a||<> u' tbut J(J»!i»'
20 Per Cent. Off Photos
THE TKI'KMAK STUDIO is now open and
as an Introduction am giving 20 per cent.
discount on all orders until June 24th. You
have promised lorne photos. <ih them nnw.
t,oi them good Zand save something at the
Trueman Studio.
A. D. Tourner
PJfttlU'itfie Avenue • Over Mucduiiald's Druy Sture
$29,000
In Prizes and Purses
Freight paid on all ex-
hibita originating in Alberta
The best Bpecial features
ever seen in Canada west of
Toronto, including : —
Brenn.in's Mono-Rail Car.
Moving Pictures of the Coronation,
Grand display of Fireworks.
Music by the 103rd Rifle
Regimental Band and other high
class features,
PariiMutual machines to be
USod  I'or the first time
Western Canada at
the Exhibition
Races
Reduced Passenger Rates
Entries close June 15th
Sheriff I. S. G. Van Wart,
President
Col. Jas. Walker,   E. J. Dewey
Vick-Pkksiuents
I'ii/." I,ihin iiiiiI oilii'i info]million   fl <>lii    l'„   \„   If ll IIAHIlHIlN.
Manager, Victoria  Phi k,  L'ul
IflllV.
CORONATION
CELEBRATION
VERNON, B. 0.
Thursday, June  22nd
llinfjcst anil Ht-sl Day's enjoyment cvi*r offered by the
Citizens ol Vernon.
MONSTER  PARADE
Constating ol Army Veterans
Olil   Timers,    Militia,   l'ru-
ternnl Societies, School Children,     Floats,     decorated
Autos, etc.
SPORTS
Consisting ot Football, Lacrosse,    Baseball,     Indian
Shinny, l'ool Races ami
l'ireinen's Sports.
Liberal   Rates Offered
]■,Miirsioii   Hates    (rom   nil
Boints.   wiih  arrangements
providing for retern al tin
early hour in   the   evening.
Complete program ol Sports
ii mv be obtained later on
application to the Secretary.
M. J. O'BRIEN,       II. P. I.IU',
Chairman Secretary.
the
tho
Public Notice
TISNUEHS WANTED.
Scaleil    Teinh.TH    aiblresai'd  lo
uii.iii ,.ii-m .i win be received   at
city Hull, Revelatoke, h. 0., up   to
uooli oil Saturday, .lune 17th, I'lll,
(or an aililltloii lo the jail. I'lana
and specifications can bc seen ut the
t'lty  Hall.
The loweat or any tender not necessarily accepted,
O. W. Abriihntnuoii,
Chairman public
Works Committee.
FOR BALE*—Caulillower and cabbage
plants, per hundred 75 cents, per
thousand $5.00. Phone 520, Oeo.
Laforme. M27 lm.
LOST—A gold locket bearing Mavm-
1c emblem, lietwecn Third street
west und C.P.R, station. Kinder
will be lewaided on returning »i>ml
to Mull-Herald uillt». SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
Tiffin MAIL-HEEALD, EEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE INSTALLED  IN  THEIR   VAULT  A   NEST  OF
SAFETY  DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE  ANY
TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES,1
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES
171
FOR  FURTHER  INFORMATION   APPLY  TO
REVELSTChE    BRANCH-- F   Nl. GIBSON. IVGR
LOGGERS'   BOOTS
The Famous Leckie Loggers' Hoots and our own
make always in stock. See our Pack Straps and
Pack Sacks.
ARMSTRONG   &,   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Sntidlers
Harness Makers
FURNITURE
We Carry a complete stock of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Etc. Get our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
Revelst oke, B. c.
WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
A Symposium of What is Happening in
All Parts of the World
t
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   1855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    • -    $4400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in ail the Principal Cities of the World.
A OENERAL BANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS     BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
Under New Management.
Wm. Boyd, Proprietor
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
The Greatest Health Resort on tlie Continent
Natural Mot Water, 124 Degree of Ilea
Natural (lot Water in Raths.    O    •   All Year
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Irmi overt.     Kirst-Class in every respect.     All modern convenienei
Large Sample Koums.
Rat
$2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates '■"'
Revelstoke, B.C.
FOR SALE—100 acres Crown Grant,
near Okanagan Falls, Osoyoos Division, suitable for fruit, $100 per
acre. Apply to Harris & Stillness
Victoria, D.  C.
Ladies or Gents Saddle   Horse for
lure.      Apply  F.   M.   Mnthcson, Koot-
enny Agencies otlice, or    Cummlngs'
•It.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
X-    ALBEET     STOHSTIE]      JPJROI?
Lunil
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
It will pay you to
make a call at
P.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and' Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying your outfit of working clothes
for tbe bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required invour business.
GET   "WISE!
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows hint, ba will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
■elllngare the bent. Cull mul lie
convinced.    No household ihould
be without a supply of iiii Hurley's fpcdsl Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 yeail old ur Hut berry Brandy
for Medicinal purpose*. Our slot k
of choice Wines and Llquoisofall
kinds are unexcelled. .Si id by all
the I..Lin*i* hotels, ur till phi ne
For Sale
26-foot  Lot  and   House, Thinl Street
$1IS*'0.
Three Lots on Second Street, near the
new PostOfflce, $12<ki*
Home and Lot near Y.M.C.A , $81*50.
Two lots and  House, Third  Street,
$2000.
House and Lot, First Street, near the
new Post Office, $211)0.
55 feet on Sixth Street, $700.
50 feet on Victoria Road. $550.
12 Room Bouse, Second Street, 50 foot
lot, $1500.
And other flrst-c'as* values.
Call and Investigate
W. B. Robertson
Great West Permanent Loan
Company Agency
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(inlena Bay lands in parrels ol
10 or 20 acre* or en Moo. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
."insmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pine
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP-
innaught Ave.   -   Revolstoke
"AT IT HERE SITICE I9<H)V
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOI SPSI Q  PAINTING
F«ct me paint your house right. I do
nothing but first-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. Tlie best
materials used and work done when
promised, Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
SIGNS- I can furnish you with any
Lind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting at my
fliop in alley back of H. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street.
]. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Cor. 3rd St. and Robson a-/*1
Pacific Coast
fested Seeds
Arriving daily our new and
fresh sto"k of Seeds, (frown
under contract Iiy tlie best
growers in all purls of the
World. H ids llmt will ({ive
you the hest results, Ono trial
will onnvi co you. Also a full
line if ganlm requisites, Implements  of all  kind*:    lite
BUpnlla*, Npr . vers. Spray, aoil
a full line of Chick Feeds and
f'ullke ■ 's ivliiedii s Pi-ess tlie
lull ton, wu will do tlie rest.
Ii J. Henry Nurseries
3011 Westminster Road
A. R. McDougall,    -   Manager
Vancouver. II. f'„
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
importers and Dealers In Turo Wines, liquors, Cigars snd Cigarettes
Ideal Billiard Hall and Cigar Store
Largest, Coolest and Most Up-to-Date
Rooms in the City.
I
CUTLER  & STOKES,   -    PROPS.
John Lee
Drygoods Store
Dressmaking and Jewelry
Hand-Painted China, K,ii-
tan Chairs, and fancy
thine*-, Ba'tenbnrg Bed
Spreads, Shams, Scarfs lor
Dressers, etc.
Removed to opposite side
n(    Street   f r. .111    Central
Hotel.
I'i '* 1    Ronnonable       P 0. Boi 203
Front st . lower Town, Revelstoko
Ii. B. STON£X
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs  of  nil   kinds   neatly  done
Bicycle and (inn work mpeuialty
Estimates given un nny class
of work
Front       Street.
CEMENT BLOCKS
liauafaottircd fnr ah oiauvf uf   builtlwjti
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICfc
Ki>r •al* in Urv* <tf -mull i|''Hnli:los
nt tii« invent prlcei fnreun
All klndl of buiMlntf in*'* t'lii-i-nrniK
oodvrtikM
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
UNION HOTEL
AKHO-VitKAIi, II. ('.
Special Attention given to commercial
11 ■ n and tourists. First-elan satupli
i'm.iuh. Finest Bi'.enery In Rrllltfa Oolnnt-
1 *.*., overlooking Upper Arrow l.uko.
VV. J. Lightburne, Prop
l\ T. ANN'S   ACADEMY
KAMLOOPS, B. O.
Affords superior pducationul ;ul\;m-
IngcBi Handsome neu brick building,
modern equipment t extensivc^roundH.
1 l.ts«-rs graded in at coi dtuico with Must lnmls ihroughoul Hiis Province.
^ omplclo Music nnd An Department*!,
Special cuuraeH in Shorilmnd, Typewriting and Book-keeping. Particular
attention given lo renncmenl ol man-
nen find correct English.
J BRHI   MODI HA It.
For Proepectus. Address Tho Ao domy.
Shikh's Cum
1 ni, hi v -.iop*. coudlia, curts culUs, li nii
Hi. throat *ad luatfi,      •  •  •     80 Mali.
Tlio Imperial Privy council will be
reconstructed upon lines agreed upon by tbc Imperial Conference,
Thu Teutonic and Empress ot Ireland are tied up by a seaman s sti.ke
and   cannot   leave  Lsverpoj'.
The auctio'i sale ot the Black!)ot
Indian reserve at Gieichiui, Alia.,
brought few buyers, u3 tbe upset
prices were said to be too high.
Prices ran from $6 to $40 pe; e.cre.
The John Deere plow company Till
r.'ild a 1.10,000 addition to their
brunch in Calgary.
Tho G.T.P, plans havj been approved  by  the railway commissio.i.
Frank S. Frcdcnlnirg, pari ■ . ner
01 the l'almctto calo at Calgary -^s
flneii *JR and costs tor pointing a revolver at Peace otliccr Obarles Cox.
Se lie Buchanan, aged I'J years Wa»
ai ti i* tii'. ut Calgary on suspicion of
being thc mother ol a stUl-born child,
whon body  was found iu tbe      How
1V.MI-
tatLitoba Masons will discuw at
lct'giit tbc Ne Temere decree a', ihair
a i.ui ii session ot grand lodgs.
I *'i lm lOrickson, a shepherd of Sweet
Grass, Mont., arrested last winter
for the. murder of Christ vlack, w;,s
a itiiiituu.
Robert Wood, a Winnipegger, was
held up and robbed of $45 by two
men on Monday night.
The Winnipeg public school board
will ask fur over half a million (or
this year's operations.
One person was killed and three injured in an automobile wreck near
Milton,  N.D.
The summer train service on the
Grand Trunk Pacific becomes effective
June IS..
Prince Albert is agitating for tho
early entrance i>( the Canadian Pa -
ciflc into that city.
Hon. Frank Oliver, minister ot the
interior,  is to tour southern Alberta
Thc C.N.R. Express company has
been lined (1,000 by C-nief Justice
Mathers for contempt of court in a
rase arising out of the lust Manitoba elections.
A man who gave his name as William Smith, of Portage la Prairie,
supposed to be Wm. McMil.an, of
Manitou, Man., committed suicide in
tbe Ontario hotel,  Winnipeg.
Hon.     Frank Oliver,  Dr.      Michael
Clark, M.P., T.C. Norris, M.P.P. Jas
H. Ashdown, and  otherB addres.-ed a
I large  meeting   in  the   Winnipeg    the-
! atre in favor of reciprocity.
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I   The     three-year-old  son  ol       Mis. I
Cairrroi*  of Calgary, is mis..inf;, and
it  is supposed  be wandered away  to
a half-breed camp.
I ti -foreigner refusing to pay his lar*
on a C.P.R. train nisir Kort William
drew a rifle on the conductor.
I The C.N.R. on Wednesday started
work into the Peace river country.
i The Hudson's Bay Oo. have prepared plans for the erection of a big
departmental  store at Regina.
I Two Vancouver lads ambitious to
Iwcome holdup men were arrested at
Seattle,   Wash.
j R. L. Borden is scbe-duled to make
40 addresses during his western tour.
I    A formal enquiry  will  be made  in-
' to the circumstances surrounding the
Iroquois wreck.
Russia and China are said to be
in an hostile mood and a large force
' of Russian troops is said to hav#
reached Hi.
The C.P.R. will build a much larger depot at Vancouver, according to
the statement of Mr. George Bury.
The Presbyterian Assembly bas decided to submit the question of
church   union  to  its  congregations.
Two brothers, Elias and Warren
Hicks, were asphyxiated at London,
Ontario.
A POST CARD BRINGS
HELP FOR THE KIDNEYS
GIN PILL8 SENT FREE
We want ill »nHrrcr» from Kidney
tnd Bladder Troulilcn, l,.,mc Pack «nd
Rheumatism, to test (UN I'lI.I.S, snd
se« for theniselvn tlml r.IN PILLS will
really cure all these troubles.
If your Kidneys are weak —if It pains
you to urinate—if your back schea—if
hands and feel are crippled with Rheumatism—give CIN PILLS a chance to
prove that they will relieve you and
cure you. It wnn't cost you a cent Vou
don't have to buy them. Simply write
us for a free sample.
"A short time ago. 1 received a free
sample of GIN PILLS which I have
taken with such good effecta that I herewith enclose joe for s box of them. I
believe GIN PILIA are just the thing!
far me." Hicham n Haiilvm,
Frsncii Rivsk.
OIN PILLS are so called because they
contain thr medicinal principle of
Juuiper berries, the essential principle of
Gin, but do not contain alcohol. 50c. a
box—6 for $3.50—at dealers, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
refunded. Sample box free if you writs
ns. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Dept. W ,     Toronto. u
The original
Gin Pills made by
National Drugand
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are fold
only In thia box.
li is stated at tbe post ollice department that the King George
stamps will not be on sale for a
duple of months yet. The dies have
not been cast, though the design is
approved.
An invitation has been extended
to the militia of the Dominion by
tbe governor of the State of Illinois
to participate in tbe military tournament to be held in Chicago July
22-30 by the militia of several states.
Joseph Miller a shoemaker of Burlington, vt., has tallen sole heir to
a  fortune  of $250,000.   >
Hcrr Frey, a German aviator,
plunged headlong into an Italian bog
and  was  badly injured.
Thc imperial conference adopted the
proposals for imperial citizenship after a lengthy debate in which tbe
Canadian   premier  took   a   prominent
part.
The Presbyterian general useemlrly
at Ottawa cheered enthusiastically
when u resolution approving arbitration among  nation.*,  was  p.insH.
Iu the Wollsoii Oldflald cnae, in
tlm Wiuniiicg courts. W. K Gardner
depowl that lm was not Unancially
interested m tli<' oldlield lirm.
It is reported in various quarters
that tbc members ol the international  seamen's union   will  go  on  strike.
Portugese troops are lieing rushed
to the frontii-r as a result of rumors
ol activity among the  royalists.
The Canadian Northern will spend
' hi 1 j million -I* .11.11 h in construction
work  in  tbe wist this year.
Hhort courses of engineering antl
weed inspection have commen"ed at
tlio Manitoba Agricultural college.
Tho Nol ill Winnipeg hospital is organizing a fund campaign, Hag day,
lor   June  22,  coronation day.
The Duke ot Connaught will sail
lor Canada on October 6 to take up
his  duties  as godernor-gcncral.
R, I,. Burden will viBit forty places
ia the west during bis tour lasting
Irom June 19 to July 6,
The Winnipeg board of trade will
send a deputation to wait on the rail
way commission at its session in
Winnipeg, to protest against the
closing of western branch lines.
A syndicate of real estate operat.
ors are said to have secured 75 per
cent, of Portage avenue frontage in
Winnipeg, between Sherbrooke and
Shorbourne streets.
A Dominion census bulletin shows
that crop conditions in Canada are
above thc average. Ai reage shows en
immense increase during the past decade.
Extensive preparations are being
made by Scotland Yard for the protection of King George from anarchists during the coronation festivities'.
The acting  pres-ident  ol the American   Sugar  Refining   company       gave
interesting  evidence   before   the       investigating committee at Washington
1
I The Grand Trunk Pacific railway
company bas placed an order with a
Washington state firm for a large
number of ties and stringers.
The Australian government will endeavor to -secure immigrants from
England, Canada, and the United
States.
Tbe Saskatchewan Methodist conference has passed a strong reaolut -
ion condemning the  Ne Temere.
At tbe Presbyterian general assem-
1 ly at Ottawa a resolution wae passed condemning Mormonism.
Scheib. the New York cbaufleur, accused of the murder of bis wife, bas
1 >en found not guilty.
Col. Fred White, comptroller of the
R.N.W.M.p. will likely retire in the
near future.
FIELD  CROPS  IN  CANADA
Ottawa, June 14.—A bulletin of
the Census and Statistics Office is-
BUOd states that the season this year
has been favorable for field crops in
all parts of Canada, and excellent reports have been received from all tho
provinces. Thc lowest percentage
ol condition is made for fall wheat
wlurh suffered from inadequate protect.on in the winter months, and also to some extent from spring frosts.
lie areas of fall wheat are greater
than last year hy 4.50 per cent and
ol spring wheat by 13.70 per cent.
Tlie total area in wheat Is 10,!io3,40O
in 1.1, as compared with 'J.2:i4,s00 iu
1910 md 7,750,400 in 19(W. Thc per
r nt condition of fall wheat nt tbe
enn ol Muy was (0.68, and ot spring
wheat 86.89, Thu area ln oats is
10,279,(60 acres and Its coudition
'Jl Ti. as compared with 9,864,too
acres md 93,96 per cent condition
losi ear. Barley and rye each show
a -mill decrease in area, but tbe
condition is higher than at th*1 same
period last year. Slight decreoees
are also reported for areas ot peas,
mixed grains, and hay and clover,
with |km cent condition of 91.45 for
tlie Dominion, being practically 100
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al
bertal Tbc area of the field crops
named is 32,051,500 acres for 1911,
compnnd with 30,554,200 acres for
'.'•lii .!., 1 28,294,900 acres for 1909.
In the province of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and AHierta the area in
wheat, outs barley was 3,491,413 ae-
l.n ill 1900; fi,009,889 in 1905; 11,962,-
000 anoK in 1909, and 13,8*9,300 acres in 1910, and rt is 15,355,500 acre^
this year, Tl* Increase of tbeso
crops from 1900 to 1911 was 2,663,-
699 acres in Manitoba, 7,364,315 acres in Saskatchewan und 1,836,87*}
1 ta Alberta. J
^DHBI I	
WORD
Opportunity for wealth is knocking at your door.    Will you ad
You can count on your finger tips scores of persons of your own
have purchased property and have become independently rich,
if you act right now.    Do not let the other fellow get in aheac
The City of the Interior!
The City of Steady
Ml
A Retrospect
Twenty years ago she was but a little
village of four or five hundred. You could
in half an hour count every house. Then
you had no faith in her possibilities for
growth and you didn't invest your earnings. You passed the opportunity up and
to-day you are not much further ahead.
A Regret
Have you been a Rip Van Winkle and
slept for these past twenty years ? If so
you must now wake up to the possibilities
of the next twenty years and regret your
inaction. Sit down and look yourself in
the face, ask yourself if you have acted
wisely. Be honest about it and answer the
question in all seriousness.
If you invest in Revelstoke Property now, you are investing in a sure nu
tion bat an investment, and one that will pay you handsome dividends,
make money, write, Phone or Call on us without delay.
Dominion   Seeuri
CHAS. A. BARNUM, Secretary and Manager. br ? If you do she will lead you on to fortune and independence,
idntance who have stepped into cities before the boom started,
are just as clever as they and their experience will be yours
pu and take all the profits.    No better investment in the West.
d Persistent Growth!
A Prospect
With the surety that Pulp, Paper and
Lumber Mills are to be established here,
you know that this Oity must go ahead
in leaps and bounds in the next few years.
Can you afford to let the opportunity of
becoming independent slip by for ever?
Just look ahead. With the increased development, property must advance correspondingly and if you act now you are the
winner.
Invest Right at Home!!
A Resolve
Decide right now. If you want a Lot
or a few lots, get them now before they
double or treble in value. Make up your
mind right now that there will be no more
of that Rip Van Winkle business for you.
Thousands of homes will be needed for the
large number of workers in these various
enterprises and you don't want to be forced
to live out in the suburbs owing to the increased price of property. Think it over
and decide at once.
[maker.     The element of chance is entirely obliterated.     It is not a specula-
stand to win several hundred per cent, and lose nothing.   If you want to
Company,
JLlCL
Corner First Street West, and Connaught Ave.
4^4h$mH*K«H«H*$^><H^^
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S>MGpS * »«»» SATURDAY. JUNE 17, ^11,
ihe: n^LJLiJL-nE^jLi.r)., ^e-vieilsto^iE!
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
CHARGED WITH SERIOUS OFFENCE
Geo. Walters Committed for
Trial on Charge of Procuring
Clearly of the demi-monde class
:m 1 come under the name uf Doris
Ellington, a rather prep asessing
looking young woman appeared in
police court ou Wednesday afternoon
char-jin^ one, Geo, Watters with the
lemons oflen*.e of procuring and placing hor in a house of prostitution,
She »as afraid of ber life, she told
the court, as the accused with whom
she h.i I been living, had pulled n
razor on ber, had slapped her. alms
ed her and threatened to kill ber un-
-:. would go to tbe house in
question. The couple came from
Idaho together and had resided in
Be ver *.; places on the way up for
weeks at a time, and al last arrived
,n the city and put up at a city
She alleged thai Bhe was a
table waitress, bin when she intim-
..* : any desire to go to work he
promptly discouraged her and would
not ier her work. He had been to
work himself, hut quit after telling
her that there was no Use of the
both of them working, Then he
journeyed down town, secured tba
room f'.'r her and proceeded t" live
on L.-r earnings. The accused told
her, she said, that she could make
all sorts of money that way and
that there w*as nei use of the two of
them working.
The accused, however, told a very
different story. He declared that
Le had neaer taken a e-nt from the
liirl In his life, but on tlie contrary,
had spent $175 on her, while she al
the same time was permitting other
men to pay their attentions to her.
To this latter conduct, however, he
had  quietly submitted.
Magistrate Hamilton in summing
up the evidence said in part to the
accua ;
"If your story is true, then 1
maintain that you should not be
here on trial at all, but you Bhould
be in an asylum, as no sane man
would *io such a thing as you have
done, and would not sit by meekly
and suffer -uch treatment at the
hands o! a girl as you say you have.
1 therefore commit you for trial."
C. E. Gillan fur the prosecution, (1.
6. MeCarter for the defence.
The case will come up before Judge
Wilson June 21st  al  10:30 a.m.
coma are advising every une to di ;-
pose of yard stuff on hand, and are
.it present In successful competition
with Canadian mills, placing large
orders everywhere,
I
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
CHAMPIONS  LOSE  IN  TJGNNlti.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke   Land   DiBtrict.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice thut Lydia A. Wick, of
Nelson,    B.   C,     occupation  married
and   woman,  intends to apply for  permis-
we nre in a position to supply all   kinds : sion  to purchase  tbc  following     de-
iif dull ind vegetable boxes and crates. I scribed lands,
Those vim   have   not   already   sent   us      q
j their orders should do sc al once as thoy !
are coming iii fast, and we would like to I nuins soutu  !rom  b
deliver  all  orders  in   good   time'   Our Timber    limit   083H and on the west
i Itoxes are equal  to  any on   tlie   market  Bi(ie  ,,(   ^e  South   Fork  of  lfosthall
land prices can be had on application to u , v Arr„w
S. JIcJIaiion, Revelstoke, or to
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Lund  District.
District of  West  Kooteuay.
Take notice that Edith  0. MeVity,
of  Kevelstoke, B.C.,   occupation  married  woman,  intends  to apply      tor
NOTICE.
A.  F.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.
and A.  M.
meetings are held in MAS-
Corner    of
tiie mmm lumber company, ltd,
Salmon Ann, B, C.
The most exalting game oi '.enms
this season was played Tuesday even
ing iu answer to a challengi flora
the McKenzie avenue heavy weifcl.i
champions, Mjssrs. Laft'iMrwc aid
Barber, to Messrs. Ste.v.u'i rrd
Urookcr* of lower town. It, was Mi-
olher case of supposed science and
practice suffering defeat in i luipin.i-
in.ii with tenacity and agilitv. Hi
challengers presented a verv bold
front as they faced the net, iut
were nevertheless eyed With So'. Ii-
dence      by      the  west   end  s:a!w'" s.
Play was called at 7 p.m.  I     tor        BEAR   RUGS MOUNTED _     ....     ^^f',.,
thirty  minutes  no odds could    Safely lie.elstoke  Land  Distiict
I fared     mi results, but streruo **  Distrlel  of West Kootenay
exertion  finally   liegan    o ti-.l      with Take notice that the Arrow Lakes
the McKenzie avenue stan, while lhe I Lumber Company, Limited, intend to
'visitors Beemed  to gain In spiwo at.d   Comer of Connaught Ave. and '"'I'1*' to tlle Minister of Lands     for
I accuracy, and al  the end ol the luit- j                   Victoria Road permission to lease the following de-
iul  game  the  Hcore     stood  nine      to scribed lands.
..vei,.     This was enco ir t,'lns> to the | __*.._. ___..._          _^    _ Commencing   at a post planted on
west cn-ders hut very .lishmtrtLUiug to
Kevelstoke  Land  District.
District  of  West  Kootenuy
Take uotice that I, H,
i Hevelstoke, occupabian,    B.  C.    Land
-if,     *     ,., * following  Hl"'ve>01''  intelld  t0 "Wly  «*    Pe»
described land. .mission to purchase thc following de-
r, .    ,    , ,i scribed lands.
Commencing at  a post planted    on
'ommenciiis at a  post  planted    in   the ^ ^  ^  thc Oolumbla ,.iv(,r      Commencing at a post planted    on
SO chains north from the Nortll West  ^ sllt°?_ .°iS^c|f.c.r_ Bl]yat tha,D°Cth.   SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1.  O.  0. F
Corner of Lot 8301A, Group One, Ko
Regular
,   ON1C TEMl'LE,     Oddfellows'      Hall
mith,      of ,
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m.      Visiting brethren      are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON,  W.  M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
end of Arrow Lakes at an angle of
L 811G.1, and marked R. Smith's
Angle  Corner Post,  thence  north    40
otenay  District,   aud  marked   "Edith
G.     McVity's      South-West      Corner
Lake und running  north  SO     chains, , po(jt „ ^^ cgjA iQ ^^    ^^   chains more or less to a post of Lot
east 80 chains, south    80 chains and j north g()     ^^     lhence west      4Q   "
west 80 chnins to point of commence
H. W. Edwards
Taxidermist
BEAR   RUGS MOUNTED
ment,    being the    S.   VV,  Corner    of
Lydia Wick's location  containing 040
acres more or less.
Dated  12th April, 1911.
LYDIA ANUELINK WIOK8.
M.lO-tiO J. H. Feeney,  Agent
more or less to thc east bank of the
Columbia river; theme south along
the east bank of thc Columbia river
80 (bains more orless to the point
of commencement,     containing     32,0 ment' oontaining 100 acres more   or
811G.1.) theuce weBt 20 chains, thence
south HO chains, thence east 40
chains moro or less to the shore of
Shelter Bay, thence north along thc
said shore to the point of commence-
acres more or less.
Dated May 10th,  1911,
EDITH G,  McVITY.
Per   Charles   Robbins,     Agent.
DRV  FARMING  CONGRESS.
Colorado Springs, .lune 14—Fivi
famous agricultural educators have
signed a call for a conference of ali
those engaged at work In agrlcultur
al schools and experiment station*.
for the purpose ol discussing "dry
.'arming.'' Those making the call
are:—Libert; H. Bailey, Directoi * I
Agriculture at Connell University;
Dr. J. H. Worst, President of Nort i
Dakota Agricultural College; Dr.
Chas. \. Lory, President of Coloiwd
Agricultural College; Dr. John A.
w. ;:- «     President of    I'tah Agrici
i'o,lege;     and    Hon,   Dunci ,
Marshall,     Minister   ol   Agrlcultur: 1
for      Alberta.   Canada.      The  conference  is called for  October  16 to  20 ll
in this city at the time ol the met:
ing of the International Dry-Farming
Congress  and  Exposition to  be  hi Id
here.      Leading     agricultural
;.-•.-> will be gathered   here   at th it
time for the   Congress at;
Exposition  ■ I      dry-farm
will aflond  opportunity f. ■
comparative work.
"Dry-Farming"  ;-  • m      now
tnonly  applied
regions   where   the   an
:
hrst recognil
.-   i- a   ■   ■ i
call la .-sue! to national,  i r \
and   rtati    •..*: cultural     depar ment
and schools Uu tbi
where ugn-ulture  la  t
'-.:.- TO NEWCASTLE
Tacomi,    Jur.* Ion
:*  ■   *   . t that tl
Trunk   l'acit..*   Railway      u.\
■'       . .in
u •■■ ■ ■ m •
tbey praotlcslly bave thi
thn,*   hauls   i.v»r   I
I with Cai iQ.i «
affects • i. Inmbei In '. irtry
section        v*.: ■•• -    ,
treuty  *_•■*- thn
milis .it  present  are
min-li  i' .a   ;. .a
a -    -* ••■   I.ti. e-l      .   : *
Int.*
ai Winnipeg      Witl   tl
as it .s at  | : *  *        md  - ■
: sn
able to <-omp?tc for Cana
with   the   mills   ..!   In-.-
imd it ;s Mtimated thai   ■
ibipp ng 20,im.i f ,
tnontblj  .nto the Can
There ia no duty into     I  in i In      nn
rouirh   lumber.      Thi
on ' '.lii.ihat, rough Iii nl.e      nl
I' n 111 I I1.2 '*  . i   i
To  gel   Canadian i        Tacoma
mills at iill times mn-i shave     bhelr
: ; "tit.',  to a clo.-* Brll lab
1'olumbia  mills' hm tlncl    ad
vantage at present in  bids for    busi
In their own try, nnd lum
bermen lay.  were tin   I iml   i  duty to
i>e reduced, they i   ul I h ivi  tbe same
advantage  In  Omp I ' on    for    bu
ness In this count I \.     While th   dla
Ions r.-lativr  ■*   i oil    c •)      ai
colng on, the lumber bio'tus if Tu
the challengers and protestors if n
tennis reputation. 'Ion mi.-..lies
were allowed for rest an,I refreshments, after which the second game
commenced. The many spsct.u. *'s,
who at first manifested great eicilenient over the contest, now Inv.'i'i to
show less interest, as the profession
als realized they were outcKs-wd in
real play and this game iv. und up
six to three against the champions.
As Messrs, Lawrence and Barber t.re
i Id players while .Messrs. Stewart
,.n,I Brooker are comparative novices
with the racket, it Is hardly likely
tie up town lost, laurels will ever
be redeemed by the former title hol-
I'ens of champions.
Those   of     us     who   witnessed     this
friendly game hope soon to be favor-   toiiinu up.
REVELSTOKE,
P   O    Box 31
lir'DEft    ENTIRELY
K£W   MANAGEMENT
t Leon
rinn
Hoi   mineral baths    especially recommended for invalids and those in need of
i 1   with   other such   contests.—Com.
Moving   Pictures  Tonight.
Rxclusive baths provided for ladies.   26
Private Koouis handsomely fitted up.
Kates $>  per   dav.    Special   Kale   for
weekly *, isitors.
Bi C»   the shore line  of Upper Arrow  Lake.
at a Point about 737.2 feet     easterly
from   the  South   East   corner  of  Lot
~ '38*4,  Group One,   Kootenay    District,
and  marked     "Arrow Lakes  Lumber
Company  Limited North East Corner
I Post".     Thence south into the wat-
| ers of  Upper Arrow  Lake a distaa:e
of 200 feet, thence westerly and parallel to the .-h ire-line of the said lake
a distance of about 3133.2 feet   to a
point  200 feet  South from  a      point
on  th' shore of said lake which      is
:.'!!;)3.2 feet     westerly from the south-east comei  of said Lot 384;     thence
* north  201) feet  to the shore line " of
said lake,  thence easterly  along    the
shore of said lake 3133.2 feet more or
less to tbe     point of commencemia:
17 acres more or less.
Dated April 22nd, 1911.
Arrow  Lakes Lumber
Company Limited.
Ed.  McGaghran,  Agent.
H    COUSINS,   PROP.
HOLY NAMES JC..DEMV AND NORMAL SCHOOL
Spokane, Wash
Catalogue and Hull's i nApplication.
Address:      SlBTEP SUPERIOR
Revelstoke
New & Secondhand Store
I'iRST STRHKT WEST
We bu\ .iini sell or exchange
Furniture, Sto> es, Kiteheu ware,
Men's Clothing, L'te, etc,
J. C. Hull, - Proprietor
NOTICE
Kevelstoke   Land  District.
District of   West Kootenay.
Take notice that Henry H. MeVity
of Rovelstoke, B. C, occupation, ac
countant, intends to apply [or per
mission to purcbase the following iie
scribed land.
Commencing      at a    post    planted ' room per month
■*
The underwear
without a fault
on the east bank of tbe
Columbia river at the north-east
corner of Lot 8301A, Group One, Kootenay District, and marked "Henry
H. McVity's Softth-Vr'est Corner
!'o~t," thence eas.t 4fl cbains, thence
north sn chains, thenee west 40
chains more or less to tbe east bank
ol the Columbia river; tbence south
along 'lie east bank of the Columbia
river 80 chains more or less to the
: point of commencement,     containing
mJii  acres,   more   or   less.
Dated May li.th, l'Jll.
HENRY  H.   McVITY.
Pet  diaries  Robbing,    Agent.
Plants for Sale
Strawberry Plants
SI 00 Per Hundred
Corporation of the City of
Revolstoke
Public Notice
CITV   WATER,
By-law Number 70 of the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke, is
amended by the Fire, Water and
Light Committee, the following
changes in water rates to take eilect
on July 1st proximo, being made.
Hotels—$10,00 per month. Urinals
and Flush closets 25 cents per month
each extra.
Stables—4 horses or less $1.00 per
month. .25 cents per horse for all
over 1. Pour cattle or less $1.00
per month, 26c. per bead for all over
4. Both inside and outside city
limits.
Livery Stables—6 horses or less (iOc
per month, over C horses 25c. per
month each. This includes washing
.eludes.
Steam Laundries—$15.00 per month
Other Laundries—$7.50 per month,
Breweries—$15.00 per month.
Sawmills (mill only)—$75.00 per
month.     Uflices, stables present rates
Restaurants—$4.00 to $0.00 per
nionto.
Aerated Waters Factory—$10.00 per
month.
Boarding Houses—5 hoarders or
over $2.50 per month. tinder five
boarders, household rates.
Blocks—Sleeping rooms 25c. |>er
Flush closets 25c.
less.
Dated April  13th,  1911,
M10-60 ROBERT SMITH.
NOTICK.
Certilicate  of Improvement.
ffaaeucld, Helen, Colorado, Dei
Norte, Del Rey, San Junn, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, sit
Hate in the Lardeau Mining Division
o> West Kootenay District. Where
located:—un Mohawk  Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting ftB agLnt for Johu R. Henry,
Special Free Miner's Certincaie iso.
iiKlu, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Re
corder for Certilkates of Improve
ments, for the purposo of obtaining
Crown Grants of ih*3 above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 3*7, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Date.l this 20ih day of October, A.
D., 1010.
A. H. GREEN,
\v
Cabbage
Tomato
Pepper
Asters
II.    POTRUPF
Phone 56
extra each per month.
Barber  Shops—$2.00  per  month.
Butcher Shops—$2.00 per month.
Offices—$1.00 per month. Flush
closets 25c. extra.
Bakeries—$3.25 per mouth.
Tennment Houses—Household rates
ior each tenant.
Shacks—$1.00 per month.
Firo Hose in Buildings—SOc. |>cr
month.
Undertakers—$2.50  per  month.
Water for domestic use at old rates
Lawns may be sprinkled between the
hours of 0 and It a.m. and 6 and 9
p.m. only. The city reserves the
right to meter any premises for
water.
Irrigation—On application, special
arrangements may be made for use
within city limits only. Outside the
■ity limits no water is to be used for
irrigation.
Contractors and Builders— 1'ermits
tor the use of water for concrete
work and building purposes will be
is-ued  upon application:
Brick,  per 1000  loc.
Stone,   per cubic  yard  10c.
I.ime.  per  barrel   loc.
NOTICE
Revelatoke  Laud District.
District of  West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Murie Scott, of
Nelson, R. c, occupation marrieu
woman, intends to apply for permission io purchase the 'following described lauds.
Commencing at a post planted 8u
cbains west Irom the S.W. Corner oi
Lot 8148 aud running uorth 80 chains
cast 80 chaius, south SO cuuins, west
8U chains to point of commencement,
being Marie Scott's South WeBt Oorner Dost.
Dated May 15th, 1911.
MARIE SCOTT,
Per J.  H. Feeney,  Agent.
NOTICE
itevelstoke  Laud District.
District ol West Kootenay.
Tune notice that W. D. McArthur,
of Nelson, B. li., occupation timncr
eruiser, iuteuus io apply for permis-
siun to purchase lhe lollowiug described lauds.
Commencing at a post planted at
N. K. Coiner of Lot 8148 planted at
north 80 chains, wesl 80 chains
soutli 80 chains, east SO chains to
point of commencement, being S. K.
Corner of W. D. McArthur's location
aud containing 040 acres more or less
Dated liitu April,  1911,
DAMKL   WILLIAM  McARTHUR.
•M.1U-MJ J. H. Feeney, Ageut
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. G. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIK,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      BEGBIE,    No. 3461.
OK I.  O. F.
Moots in I. O.   O. P. Hall next   to
Tapping's Opera House  every  secoud
and fourth  Monday  in  month.  Visiting brethreu cordially  welcomed.
G. W. BELL, O. II.
WM.   ti.   CAMEHON,   Roc-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,       K.  of    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELSTOKE,   B.   G.
Meets every  Wednesday  except   the
Third Wednesday of each month      in
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8  o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C.  C.
G. 11. BROCK, K. of R. & 8.
M. of F.
C. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp,  No. 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth  Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially invited to attend
H.  W. EDWARDS,  Oon. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
HARVEY,  McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Olllces—Rov»lstoke,    B.    C.,     and
Cranbrook, B.  C.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. l'iakham, J. A. Harvey,
RevelBtoko, Cranbrook
ROBERT  SMITH,
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
Mckenzie ave„
box 100, revelstoke.
NOTICE
In the matter of an Application for
the issue of a Duplicate Certificate ol
Title to Lots 1 uud 2, Block 56 Towu
of Revelstoke.
Notico is hereby given thut   it   is
my intention  to issue at the oxpiru-
Concrete,   per  barrel   «0c. ,tlon of one mouth alter tho first pub-
All the above rates and regulations  llcutiou hereof a duplicute of tho Cer-
will be rigidly enforced.     By     order ' l"'cate  of  Title  to  the above    men-
'f the Fire, Water and Light     Committee.
BRl'CE A.   LAWSON,
'.-■ ,m- City Clerk.
'>wan  Work    1)
. Bungalow
Apply
.
:m
THIS   IS   .A.   EEAL   SlNTA-IP
UIHPORATION OF THE CITY
OF HEVELSTOKE
loucd laud in tho numo of       James
leiiry    Armstrong,  whicli  Certificate
is  duted  12th  December,   PJ04,      and
numbered 4036A.
8. R. ROE,
District  Registrar.
Laud RegiBtty Ollico Nelson, B. C,
May cth, 1911. im
This House^is offered   for  tale at  a   large  discount from
value.   Terms to suit purchasers.
APPLY TO
-w. susriiDiEm,
Coi*. Ihird Slioet and McArihur Ave.
m"i • ii. ii
i'i i'.i.I'    NOTIOB
i.mi.'by  given     that
■ne requlrod   by
keep ttii'ii boulevards
lm,      Failure to do   tbis
. * ■  i  tht Coi poratlon to   do
*•• -I k mei charge tht sxpeut up
,   to   I.'-  ' "llu U'i!       as
'   MI'S.
nder,
BROOK A   LAWSON,
'■I ''lm 'My Clork.
I.I'jl "I:   M   I.   run.
Iisreb)  .    • ii tii.it  on tbe
il  .inm*.   i'ui,  application
m.   it io tin*    . upei Intondenl
•■I  provincial  Police Ioi   thi   ti mt lei
nl  thi i  *       |(  ol  liquoi
stall  mi nml  upon tin      I'lemlsos
■   it, ,*i     Beaton iltuate
nt Beaton,  British Colombia     from
John  A  Thew  I" I In iy  Nellis of Kei
r*! Iti b Columbia,
Dated   tins   10th   dny   of  May.   1311.
.MIIN A. THBW,
llolilei   of  License.
HARRY nki.lih,
Applicant (or transfer,
NOTICK.
Revelstoko  Land  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that O. 11. Hcott, of
Nelson, U. C, occupation, Agent, in
tends to apply (or permission to pur-
eluise the follow described lauds.
Commencing at a post planted 80
chums from N. W. Corner of Lot 814»
and running north 80 chains, west 80
ennuis, south 80 ohaius, eust 80
chains to point of commencement, being tlie ri. 10. Corner ol ti. G.
Bootl s location, containing 640 acres
more or less.
Daled i^tb April, 1911.
Mi" in    OaoROlS HENRY ycoTT.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation Y.R.U. and North Star
Mineral Claims, situate in the Trout
Lake Mining Division ol West Kootenay District. Where located:—On
Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, O. B. N. Wilkie
acting as agmt for Cutler Thomas,
Porter of ripokane, Wash., U. a. A.,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B 'J4U76,
intend, sixty days from date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the Issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.
O. B. N.  WILKIE.
LIQUOR ACT,   1310.
Notice  is  hereby  given  that,       on
tho 15th day of Juue next, applica -
tion will be mudo to tho Superintendent of     l'rovinciul     Tolico for the
transfer of the license for the sale of
liiiuor     by retuil in aud upon     the
premises known as tho St.  Leon Holel, situate at St. Leon,  British Columbia,     from    Michaol    Urady,    to
Herbert Cousins of Revelstoke,  British Columbia.
Dated thiB 12th day of May, 1911.
MICHAEL GRADY,
Holder of License.
Herbert Cousins,
Applicant io# »
NOTICK
Rovelstoke l.und District.
In 11 nt of West Kootenay.
Tuke   notice   tImt,   .Main;   Seott,     of
Nsl on, ii. ii,, occupation married
woman, intends to apply for por-
mission to purchase tbe lollowing de-
* 11 hod lands.
Commencing at a post planted one
bull  mile  west fioni  tbe S.W.  Corner
f Lot   8I4K,    uud running north   80
Iiuiiih, west 10 chains,      smith     80
Chains    euut 10    chains to    point   ol
commencement, being the s. E. Corner of Mane Bcott's location, containing i In aires more or less.
Dated Hth April.  1911.
MARIE SCOTT
M.10-60
NOTICE.
Reveletoke Land District.
District of West Kootonay.
Tako notico that Clarence II.
Schock, ol Mount Joy, Pa., occupation coal merchant, intends t0 al'P'y
for permission to purchase the following described lands:—
Commencing at a Post planted 20
chains south of tho south east corner of lot 7C35; thence «orth 80
chains, thenco east 40 cbains, more
or less to the line of lho Arrow
Lakes Lumber Company's timber
limit 43232, thenco south 60 chaius
thence west 20 ohains, tbenco seuth
20 chains, thence west 20 chains,
more or less to place of commencement.
Dated March 24th,  1911.
CLARENCE H.  SCHOCK.
Ed.   McGaghran,   Agent.
Notice!
Any person wishing to do
burning for agricultural purposes
during the closed fire season,
may do so b.v complying with
Sections 5 and G, Chapter 84 of
the Bush P'ire Act, and have a
permit from the Fire Wardens
or Government Agent of the
district.
J. K. McLEAN,
Div. Fire Warden.
J,H.nw,~mW* Revelstoke, May 6th, 1911.    mi
s
I SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
THE I^^IL-HER^-XjID, HEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  Jl'XE 17, 1911.
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. S- /*ww« * Co.. limited
Mail   or    Telephone   your
orders.    Have our Traveller
call.    Send the children to
the store or come yourself.
No order too large or too
small for us to handle.
Make yourself happy by
getting inside a Suit of our
cool underweart i We have
all the lines which stand for
comfort and hard wear at
reasonable prices.
NAINSOOK    C0TT0N-
Short drawers, short shirt
sleeves, coat shirt. Ask for
it. Price, 75c per garment.
Combinations $1.50 pr. suit.
SPRING NEEDLE BALBRIGGAN-Fine elastic rib, 60c.
and 75c. per garment or ¥1 and §1.50 per suit.
SPRING NEEDLE WHITE COTTON- Elastic and durable.   Fits and gives comfort.   Price—$1 per garment.
SILKETTE-In white, blue or pink; wears like iron, feels
like silk. Never draws out of shape. Price, ¥1.50 per garment or $2.75 per suit.
HEWSON'S PURE WOOL—Natural shade, elastic rib,
very light weight.   Price §1.50 per garment or $2.25 per suit.
MAUCHEFFEE, pure wool, fine French manufacture,
absolutely unshrinkable; light grey color, very light weight.
Price, $150 per garment or $2.75 per suit.
Straw Hats
Now is the time you need them; the hot weather is here.
We have pour size and your block. Prices to suit any pocket
book.
NEW, NOBBY BOATER shapes in heavy and light grained
straws.   Prices 75c. to $4 each.
TUSCANS, light and durable. Softer and more pliable
than Panama.   Never wear out.   Prices, $3 and $3.50 each.
BRAZIL—All the leading shapes of the season. Prices,
75c. to $4 each.
PANAMAS—Extraordinary values in genuine
woven hats. The blocks are the latest. No old stock.
$5 and ¥10.
Men's and women's garden hats; just the thing for sunny
days.   Price 25c. and 60c.
Don't forget our bargains in Straw and canvas hats for
men. While they last all our odd lines will go at just half
price.
hand-
I'rices,
Millinery Sale
All our stock of pretty and stylish millinery
will go on sale. They are exact copies of
high priced models, Broad Brims, bent
and turned in many channing effects. Call
and look them over     All must go at
Half Price
Also a large   assortment   of   Chiffons and
Veilings to clear at HALF PRICE,
New Scotch GiiMjta
Fresh   from   the   Old Country with the real sturdy
Scotch wear in them, double fold, plains, stripes, plaids
25c. per yard
Children's School tlandkerchiefs
Nice white Lawn Handkerchiefs, hem stitched border
50c. per dozen
Boys' Athletic jerseys
The Boys want these Jerseys just now. Nice and
cool to wear with wash trousers; low collar: short
sleeves, white with light blue or navy facings.
35c.
10 Ladies* Night Gowns
on sale Monday ai each
$1.00
Pretty Little
Tea  Aprons  35c. each
or
3 for 1.00
Monday Afternoon
Four neat lines of Iron Beds, white
enamel, brass trimmings, diagonal
copper wire and woven wire springs
to fit all beds. Health brand mattresses, the best medium and low
price mattress on the market.
Size 9x10, regular $4.00,  now $2.50
"   9x9 "      $2.50     •'   ¥1.65
*'   3x9 "        85c.      "      80c
Special in Batti Mats
Yamaska  washable   bath   mats,
dainty  colors   in  blue   and  white,
green and white,  pink and white,
red and white.
Size 18x36, regular ¥175, now $1.25
'• 27x54 " $3.25 " $250
These are positively the best Bath
Mats on the market.
Spool Cotton
3 spools 10c.  1 dozen 40c.
Linoleums nnd Oilcloths
A choice assortment of Nairn's
Cork Carpets and Inlaid Linoleums,
the best goods procurable. Fine floral and black designs, foi dining room
and kitchen.
Printed Linoleums in pretty floral
patterns, suitable for upstairs, halls
and bedrooms, in blues, French greys
fawns and reds.
Pro Brussels Rufs
In order to introduce this splendid
new Bedroom rug we aie offering a
limited number at the following prices
Size 2Jx3yds. Reg. Ill 50 now ¥10.00
" 3x3yds. " $14.00 " $12.00
" 3x3iyds " ¥16.00 " $14 25
These squares all come in Brussels
patterns, colors greens, old rose, reds
and French greys. A rug that will
stand good hard wear.
The magic furniture polish. The
easiest UBed and most satisfactory
furniture polish on the market.
SOe. a bottle, or 3 for $186
A World-Wide
Winner
McNally's Pure Maple
Syrup. Fresh from the
maple tree, made in the
woods, as in the good old
days of old. We are the
only firm in the city handling these goods. Phone
us to send you a can. This
year we could only procure it in 1 gallon cans,
full measure, at only
$2.23 Per Can
mmmer
Drinks
Lime Juice, Fruit Syrup,
Grape Juice, Pineapple
Juice, as supplied to the
people who appreciate a
good thing. This hot
season make us want something in this line and you
will find that the brands
we carry are the best, and
the season is here. We
have a full stock.
Pork and Beans
The hot weather makes
the housewife stop and
consider what she is going
to give the family for dinner. We can help her out
by suggesting Van Camp's
pork and beans in 1 lb. &
2 lb. cans.
Milk
When your milk turns sour
And your water is shut
off
By the civic water foreman in your town;
Just come to us and ask
if we can help you out
We will give you Reindeer
Milk.   Drink it down.
Jelly Powders
We carry the biggest and
only Jelly Powder on the
market. Prepared from
the richest and purest ingredients in a modern
building of cleanliness and
light.
Baking Powders
Dr. Price's Baking Powder in 51b*, 2*lb, 12oz.,
and 6oz. cans, is one of the
best articles on the market. Perhaps if you have
not been used to it you do
not know its value. You
want to be informed as to
its nature, utility, and
merits. You want to have
your interest in it awakened and you must try it
before candemning it.
Sunbeam Tea
Nine out of every ten of
our custamers ask for our
50c line of Sunbeam Tea.
We have it at 40c- per lb.
but the best grade is always in demand. We make
it a feature of our business
to push the high grade
goods and we always find
it better business. Sunbeam tea is Good Tea,
the 50c is Very Good.
Canned Goods
With our stock of Vine-
land Brand of canned fruit
and vegetables we keep
our customers satisfied.
The ever increasing sales
of Vineland Brand is the
surest sign that these
goods are the best. The
best is always the cheapest. Don't hesitate but
order Vineland Brand of
Fruits and Vegetables. SATURDAY,  JUNK 17,  1911.
TL'BCIE!, JVIJ^IL-HIEIPIJVLID,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
FECIAL
^
Waists and Blouses
Made  in good  washing prints
Sale Price     75c
Trimmed with Embroidery and
1 .ace, Sale Price   80c
White Duck Skirts
Tailor made, sale price $1.65
I rimmed with embroidery     $2.00
Ladies' Summer Vests
Sale l'rices, each 15c. to 50c.
Parasols, Parasols
All   new,   this  season's  lines,
special reduced prices             75c
Boots and Shoes
Barefoot Sandals, small sizes,.  50c
Large sizes, No. i and 2  $1.00
Boys'Canvas Boots    $125
Men's Canvas Boots $2.00
Ladies' Fan Oxfords $2.50
Ladies' Black Vici Oxford..    $2.00
Men's Suits
20 Ready-to-wear Suits to be
sold at a bargain, This lot
embraces some fine worsteds,
and navy blue all wool serges,
worth $18 a   suit.    Sale Price $12
REID & YOUNG
ly the etc." This cither grotea [ue
phrase, "the civil law can possibly
refer in bound to sustain, etc.," is
trying ti> tlu service [or: th-- civil
courts would he equally bound to
sustain etc, In* the phrase, "As to
Australia and Italy," Asutralin is a
misprint for Austria, which is ilssll
hy an oversight uf the writer put fur
Hungary, The word, "Irrevelaut,"
crept in tor irrelevant.—J. McNeil.
prici
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Poi   hand bags at your
•   D nmond  Hal!  Ltd,
Mrs. I-'. W.  Laing left  Thursday for
several    weeks'  visit  to    the coast
1 itles.
Tlie burial of  the late .1* E. Long will
take place  on  Wednesday  afternoon ul
2 o'clock.
Mrs.     C.    F.  Lindmark     returned
Wednesday   fnim   visiting  friends    a
the coast.
The      Pirates    defeated  the  Corlo
House on Wednesday evening last tn
the tune of 12-6.
The mail contract for the next fun
years has been let to thc Cumming
Transfer  Co.
Tenders are being called tor in thi
issue for tbe removal ot the ol
ilunie at the power house.
Owing     to    next     Thursday bell
Coronation Day an.l a  public holi-da
the stores  will  not  close  Wednesda.
afternoon.
The Canyon City  Lumber Compnii
made a record b>  cutting 1176 logs *.
i i* n hour day on Thursday at thei,
mill.
Mr. K \. Bradley returned thi
week from tiie east and will cum
menee operations on his placer pro
perty  on  French  Creek.
A fountain pen was found on th
V.M.C.A. athletic grounds Wednts
.lay evening. Owner cau have earn
at this office by proving proper!
.md paying ti r this advertisement.
Tomorrow    morning the    Woodir.e
■ I the   ■'■ parade  to tlie Metl    1
-t church, and  in tlu- evening      th
•I.,- * - ::..;!*ch tu tbe English chu ch.
Ail vi   ■       brethren   ue invited    I
in  these para
J ihi      ilt '      if An*    he, I,  :. reby
■:._••■-   .* y  ■ atcb  wi ,_hr   wrestlei
30 lbs., 1
the ISO a si;!      -    n i    t*
take gate  I  o ipl -       Date aud
can bi     arrangi I by add
at An *•**. ...*., l,
oi,    * .   and     Tues lay      next
there «il     *   exhibited at  the i-*
tbi   tn   the  beautiful  Him     lh    ..
ot Queen Esther."     The picti.n-     by
Qaumont   *•:'  Paris  is     ma-gnlftc n iy
.   .  * il red a1     n    en-
Sl   Pel -. -  Sunday Bchoi •
teachers   ind  fn.-n*i-  will  b  Id    theii
picnic  Thursdaj
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n
Scoutmaiti        i -
■  li  -.       -    in*   ■
hen*: . V
nt 7. if..     Mi    Evan     ti    p
-   ■ th  the  B.  I \-
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its disl '  ,
WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Why suffer wiih thc heat during tlie warm weather
doitiK your own baking when we will deliver to you
everj ua> Fresh Bread, Cake-* und I'usify of ;ill kijh's
- Mini as quality in our initio, we feel sure a trial
order will mean asteadv customer.
FRESH FRUITS ANO VEGETABLES arriving daily Kresh
l.cttmf, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green < hiions,
Strawberries, Cherrii s, Cocounuts, Pineapples,
U ranges, Lemons, Ciapc l"i iit. K..nanus. A:- we
1'iiy ilics''iu small quantities you will always find
them fresh and good.
A.  HOBSON,       Baker and Goccr.
Fruit Lands
Situated in tlio beautiful Windermere district. This
country will be in direct communication with Cal-
pary on completion of tin- Kootenay Central, making
a distance of 235 miles, or one night's run. There
without a doubt will be the nearest fruil lauds t<> thf
prairie market. Plans are now filed in this office
and wi- wiil be glad t>> furnish prices and u-rms to
intending purchasers^
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd.
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% SOCIETY IN BRIEF f
;h?K?*kH--i--i -:-H- -i'-H-i-v-H-h-tru-H:*
Mrs.' Hamilton was thc hostess at
Bridge uu Monday afternoon, when
Mrs. Allan was the guest of honor,
and she was also successful in carrying oil the exquiBite prize.
On Tuesday afternoon Mis. Sutherland entertained at bridge in honor
of Mrs. Allan. Mrs. Holten, Mrs.
Allan and Miss McOarter, capturing
the  handsome  souvenirs.
Ml-, ana Mrs. S. (J. Robbins on-
tei'taincd a number of their married
friends nt bridge on Tuesday evening
Mrs. Allum, Mrs. Sine and Mr. At -
kins beinn llm fortunate winners oi
the dainty  prizes.
Mrs. MeCarter entertained in honor of Mrs. Allan on Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Holten, Mrs. Allum
and  Miss      (In* carried ofl the 'bridge
trophies.
Mr. and Mrs. McLennan were "At
Home" to their friends on Wednes -
day eveniug. Mrs. Allan and Miss
MeCarter securing the bridge   prizes,
Mrs. McCleneghan was a bridge bos
tess on Thursday evening iu honor
of Mrs. Allan. Mrs. .Sine and Mrs.
Haggen being tho fortunate winners
of the pretty prizes.
tended to thc public to be present at
these services.
BAPTIST OHURCH.
Children's day will be observed at
ihe Baptist church, In the morning
tbe pastor will preach a children's
sermon. In the afternoon at 2:30
the children's exercises will take
place instead of the regular Sunday
school. Parents are all invited to
this  afternoon  exercise.        In       the
'evening tlie subject will lie the "Jericho Hoad People." Young Peoples
meeting Monday evening at 8 p.m.;
Prayer meeting Wednesday at & p.m.
subject, "Prophecies fulfilled upon
lhe cross."      A cordial  invitation to
'all of thc public and to the stranger
who mny be in (he town.
BUFFALO JOKES EXPLOITS
Plain needlework, machining, Infants'  lonp and short  clothes,      etc.
Apply this Olhce. 4t.
All our Inin*! bags to be cleared regardless ol . iei    D amond Hall I.ti.
Tomorrow ■'■
church     Hi-*    li   1.  M  Inl will
■        ■
mmis ..a thi   Si  Temei
-
.*-  which  are the  lirsl   * I    in
■
daymorning
PotruB, south of the city
Mi    Jas    a    Ram I i
louncilloi   .*:'   tin
World,  is in the city  Incre
membership Mr.  Ramp-
lin  was  the
i 'ana I
Ou Tue-■: iy, Jui
!*.    \    Smith     Mi
Pen v Do-swell,
..      |  .
*      -iall.l
I'.m*.      K      \      -rn  '
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II
Vt ird
• i'-i .ill  llnlvei Ity   Vfedii al  •■< -m
held      Mi    i ic
I 1st class hi
• -V    I I inatomy,
I ■  .   .      i more in     both
m.i embryology.
Mrs.   Holten   will    receive on  Tuea-
*   . I of on Th
Mrs.    1 t reo-ivi
Wednesda).  .J tae - -.un tins
*
: ,|
Hall.
.
*
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r
*
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sc who have decrial  so furious-
P    BEWS'   DRUG  STORE
■     i-jlii : '■*. | •
i
Coll  I ii 1 r.i11-. 1 I.i mi
Makes 12
t'unpe Juice
I'm!-   *i", i '  ..ii  , .   ,
Knglish Fruit    al    *
in *1   .   ,     |
Citrati  ol Ma  * * ••in
I.nm* Fruit Juii < He. nml i
Rims l-'ruil Suits and mnlii < Iln r
Kffervi -. inu t*,!l- '"' ■'"■  v*' •ll1" '
diinks,
Get   Heady
for Preserving: Time
Besl ipiiiliiy of Rnbbei   Rli
lor. pei  dozen    ; dozen
I'.irrafm ^ ix, - '
■ , _
Take a Kodak With You
im   -..mr   Summer  veration,
A   lull   --tO' I'     llwftj        oil    Iiiiui!
\sk Ioi n Till catalogue,
Kodak iiim*. \i*u Velvet
i'.hi ii Papi i
Coronation   Post  Can.!'.
111* ill  i" ,1,, ,,   '
Iff
.   Ic
Gillette    ifi      I' * •**■
\ui.,   imp
I'.',It     [ill   MM
ii t  in.      .. i;       ni'l   ( reams
mu! u.i
Capturing Wild Animals in South
Africa—Portrayed in Pictures
A unique set of moving pictures
will be exhibited this week at Edison theatre. They are lhe only and
original films representing "Buffalo"
Jones and his companions capturing
wild animals by lassoo in Central Africa. The scenes in the jungle are
brought before the spectator with
remarkable vividness, and in actual
interest the Roosevelt pictures pale
mt11 Insignlflcanoe beside them.
Giraffes, zebras, leopards, cheetahs,
hartbeeets and finally a lioness are
shown as l hey are chased and captured by the lariat men. First is
seen the head of tlie animal protruding through the jungle, then the
hunters appear ami heat the beast
out into the open country. The dyst
;s sen arising from the horse's heels
as tin- pursuers catch up with the
fugitive, which is thrown back on its
.....* !i**s .is a skilfully thrown lariat
throat. In a few moni-
>nts tlie animal is tied head an.l foot
ind   - id to camp hy ropes at
tached   t"   ihe   pommels  of the  hunt -
illes.
ebra  is Caught and thrown
-  shown  mounting      the
tri|>ed      beast   and   riding
sway   .ui  it  ili.ee minutes later. The
necked   uirnfic struggles in    vain
b thrown lasso slips   over
iut   most   exciting  pei haps
•he   capture   ..i  a   lioness   in
oene      -titer an exciting
thi   maj. Btic animal is check *i
n   the  air.      and      is
back      to
Another  lasso is thrown
vhich  .ue soon hound
■ tnting .if her   tawny
tbi     ed  flicker nf her eyes
: lliel   "ll   Him   pic
lo v.*, »iti,  i, ngs
■ ihe       muzzled    and
Plnallj   sui,
plaoed .ai in
ttei   and   drag -
lap
■    i tllals
their
...
I   *
The
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-
■en   with
*
Jones
A   hii?b
OT!    run-
"      will
R. C. CHDROH.
St. PranclB of Asslsli Catholic
church, corner of Fifth street and
McKenzie avenue.
Services—On all Sundays, except
tlie fourth ol each month. Low Mass
with Communion of the Faithful at
S a.m. High Mass at 10:30 a. in.
christian Doctrine foi- children at
'2:'.fil p.m. Rosary with liendietion of
The Blessed Sacrament 7:no p.m.
On week days—Holy Mass overy
morning at 7:30. Confessions arc
heard every evening after 7:30 and
in  the mornings hefore  Mass.
J.  F.  McNKIL, P.P.
'oronation
;TEA<wi
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
GO lt   a pound
In commemoration of the coronation of
King Georpe V," Uid^wiiys" have put on tbc
market a cr^nation tin ol a most pieturcst]iie
and exquisite design, benrinp excellent portraits
of KitiR (ieorfje V, Queen Mary and llie Prince
of Wales. Special panels have been designed
representing Canada, India, Africa, Australia
and New Zealand.
Only a limited number have been impottcd.
I'rice BOe. fur one pound tins.
ts.
,   I         _____!	
BEWS'   DRUO  STORK       t
IN [HE CHURCHES
MKTHOD1 ll II
'..II   * ■ In
In v-v ali    *|„*.
.  junior
I     I!    '       l'i Mi* 2 30
.v    Bhoi l  mnl  Iiiiii   * i :'"
... i        M..ii.I,iv   .,1     i
tint.   Kpworth   Iteiirni'  literary even
i       "Alii ali nn     i.iniM.ln
-.      p   IH |'l   IH" Ill  *l*l Mil'
i. iii .  inm*.i choir   pi-iir
i *.*.*        l-'i i,lay   X   P I" .      Henloi*  choir
,.i " i...        \ cordial invitation Ih ex-
FOR SALE
SIX     HEAVY    TEAMS
Four to eight years old,
in first class condition,
apply
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber
I.IM1THH
Revelstoke or Taft, B. C.
Canadian Pacific
Railway
CORONATION DAY
JUNE 22, 1911
FARE   AND   ONE-THIRD
FOR ROUND TRIP
On Sale June 21st and 22nd.
Good returning until 28rd.
For further particulars apply
to nearest C.P.R. Agent, or to
R. G. McNellie,
District Passenger Agent,
Calgary, Alta.
TBNDBR8 WANTBD,
tenders addressed  to      tbe
oi iei m.-iic.i  '.viil   be  received    al   tbe
m.,
for
ol.l
Citv iinil up to flve olclock p
Wednesday,     .lune   21st,  1911,
i iking   lown un<i  piling uu ilu-
■ m, i  flume running  from  the    darn
■ i *   |..,wi'r house,     Hy ordci.
lim i I-'. A  L.AW80N,
i it v   Clerk.
WOODMHN   NOTICK '
.  •
Member* Mountain Vl«« Oamp No.
19,    'A      il      \  .    ,ne    IimImm        ,i*,lili,«l
I tend  in Ine hi vli 6 In the Meth-
i   • ohun ii tomorrow morning June
I'lli       All   visltmu'    rl -n        cor-
■ii.iiiv     Invited,     Picnic atti pd     ui
I,...i, ,* Room ul in *i in
,i \s   McINTYRB, clerk.
\ The Way a Corset is Made
Has everything to do with its comfort, appearance and wear. The D. & A. Corset is made of
good material and is flexible. This is the foundation of comfort.
It will adapt itself to any
form as if the wearer was melted
and poured into it. It couldn't
fit better. Its flexibility makes
it fit perfectly: it makes it comfortable and economical. The
prices range from 75c to $4.00.
There is no corset made that will
give the wearer the same amount
of satisfaction, wear and beauty
for the price.
We recommend the D. & A.
Stl [-Reducing Corset for stout
lulies. They are the best for
t'icir purpose.
oMcLennan C8t> Co.
Save Your Horses!
i
Provender is dear and «> is horse flesh, but lij;bt running
wagons aril buggies are cheap.
Tbe evolution of ihe Farm nml Road Vehicles has kept pace
with modern science and now we are ofleniif,'
All Spring-Steel Wagons
fitted oui with perfect roller-bearing running mar just as cheap as
lhe old-fashioned wooden framed wagon. Thev run lighter and
easier ami wear longer.
Those who purchased tlu-in are our most Bn lis lied customers.
You don't have to take od the wheels to grease llicm; thev are
dust proof caps and carry a 'inch heavier load than the ordinary
wagon.
A full supply of buggies of llie newest makes also garden and
farm implements, ask us about ihem.
S. McMAHON
First Street, West, ,- Opposite Post Office
m.o inn pictures tonight,
r~
How About A New Suit
Made to Order
Our Spring Samples for Suits and
Spring Overcoats just arrived.
We guarantee a perfect fit, style
and well tailored garments at
fair and honest prices.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Fit-Retorm Clothing
Foot-Rite Shoe
Boys' Clothing,at Half Price
They   Consist  of the  Balance
Of Our Spring Stock
Vs
Duiili'c breasted Suits, Norfolk Suits,
S,ii.lnr Suits, 4 to 16 years, with the
swajjjjer effect of Men's wear, broud
shoulders and lspels of the college man,
llir liberal cut of front and wide set of
bullous in all the new patterns and
colorings.
k
McR,ae Mercantile Co.. £td.
Jhe Jtyle Jhop for Men and Boys te)ho Know
TKSIIKHS WANTBD.
Tenders an* being called for tho
undersigned until noon of Welnr^.tiy
.lune 81st, for tlie erection and com-
pletion ..I ,i ball ami Olebe bouse upon tin- (inn eh grounds, Plans i.nd
specifications may lie ie *n at tho
ofllce ol Mr. King, architect,     cily.
Revelstoke,  .lune H,  1911.
J. T, McNEIL,    P. P.
WANTI5D—Live man or womnn wanted Ior work Bt home paying %2M
or $J.0fl per day with opportunity
to advance. Hparo time ran be
used. Work not difficult and requires no experience. Winston,
Limited,  Hpadlna Ave.. Toronto.
Moving  Picturis Tonight,

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