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 "Empire" Typewriter
For case of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $60,
Interior Publishing Co., Agts.
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Trie Mail-Herald
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Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 16-No. 49
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 25, 1910
$2.50 Per Year
Bargains in
Sporting Goods
Having sold the bulk^of our
Sporting Goods at a fair profit, we have decided to clear
out the balance of our stock
in these lines at greatly reduced prices, including:
BASEBALL G00DS~Bais, Balls,
Masks, Protectors, Gloves.
LACROSSE GOODS—Sticks. Balls,
and Gloves.
TENNIS GOODS-Racqueb, Nets,
Racquet Dags and Presses,
and last year's Tennis Balls.
See our Sporting Goods Window
Prices Marked on all Goods
I
Difficulties of a Bridge Crew at
Eagle River
\n. J train trom tho west, duo pn
Thursdnynight, did not reach Revel*
Kooko iill -is o'clock "» Friduy mora-
in^'. Tho cause ol delay waa due t<>
:, mishap ui planing tli" steel girder ol
ih" new bridge over ICagle rivor at
I lur" \ allej in position. Twice tl"'
si.hI .-uiil.' used in hauling lho gbxloi'
into position broke.
.lu-i aii.T No. B passed on Thursday afternoon tli" bridge crews uudor
li. I . Swnnnej and J. Fraser Lini to
iv .ill. on their Inu job. I bo old
In nl".■ ww. nil nut. antl ili" new gir*
dor, whicli i- un ImmenKo |ii""" of stool
li;i.l  boon  i* 1 .■ - ■ I  in  positioi     lho
south ill" ni ili i bridge nil readj t"
-\iinj inin pnsitinu, tli" t'\|i""tulic,n
living   in  Inn" ii   readj   fnr trullio    by
midnight.   Iln I   tli" bosl   laid     An s
nl ini"" .iini mt'ii nti "r.'iii" ugley, so did
i his,  [nr  ili" repealed  snapping nf  ll"'
cable  hauilleil In   lhe big crn lelaj
cl  ih" w.iil,  mi iiiiii  uh" iilnight
i .iiiij'. antl \n. - "iut"' .-iliiiii:. preceded li> .i lieavj freighl train, Irallio
Ma- blni'ketl, and renininod sn lill llvo
■ i'i Ii i' I, uexl umi uiii". However, tl"'
nml. wns successfully necomplished
an I ili" bridge crews picked up llic
train ami ciune along with ii in Itevelstoke, well ngtislied llinl their big
i.ili li.i'l been siicressfull*, accomplished, "\"n if ii hud uni U'l'ii done promptly    nil    liill".
Tbebridge  i- nlie  nf  tlie  fincsl pi s
<>>'    t." I  structure on  the main lini-:
Lawrence Hardware Go., Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
■ Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Otf ice-Toronto, Ontario.
- $10,000,000.00
5.575,000.00
5,330,000.00
5,530,000.00
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in'Canada.
Agents in Greal Britain ami United Slates—London, England,
Lloyds Hank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seattle National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits ot $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
HBHrannBBtaBBBsBBH
FOR CAMPS
We  Put Up
Choice Corned Beef
and Pickled Pork
in IOO lb. and
200 lb.  Barrels
P. Burns & Co.
L I M I T E I)
First Aid Work
Tl," lirsl uiil lecturex whii h hnvo
In. n going nil iiii- week nl tli" Y. M.
i . \. Ii> Mr. S. A. fiiillow, uf Si.
.John's   AmiIhiIiiii."   Association,     have
I n  well  attended  nml   tli"  nml,   has
mull" greal progress, Supt. T. Kilpatrick i- president  ami chuirmun    ..i
tli"   I.ual  association,  ami   Mr.   I s,
"lii,-i clerk of ili.- I . I'. It. is no.'retnry
Huth theso gentlemen have taken a
I.".-ii  interest  in ili" movement.
Mr. (Jidlow, nli.i is organizing lhe
work ln'i", uiake* his class very interesting, lii- demonstrations lieing drac-
lical .-.nd ui n tintgre that will    l>cst
impress  themselves on  tl inl-      of
lii< ntidieiiee,
Mr. Oidlnw left yesterday fm- N'rlsnu
in older in organize ,,i that point.
Tin' lirst aid work dun" here should
prove uf great value in all who took
it   up.
RAILWAY BETTERMENT
The CP.R. are Making Great
Improvements
Some uf uur neighbors tu tin* south
\iliu indulge in pipe dreams about the
('runs Nest and Columbia nnd Western railways becoming  the main linos
uf   111"   If    I'.    li.   OUglll    In   BOO ill"    lli"
mendous work going mi wesl ul Iiii
olsloko. If ihoj oould witnoss the
big crows at work rnisiug cnibauk*
mctiis, i',iliii'iiiu cuts, relaying heavy
steel, Installation uf concrete ami stool
bridges, new railway building ami
"ipiipini'iil, lli"V iiniilil i llungo thoir
uni" ami  "nn, hull, lhal      lh"      prosont
main   lil I'   lllO   big   lailnai    nill   re
main such fur all lime. Nn .mil vigorous ami extensive improvements uf
road-lied has lioun mail" in the niouu*
lain-. an I all 11 ilh "li" ubject - reducing grades and ren leriug moro safe
fur heavy tralllc lh" permnnenl way
A lim' si""l britlgo mm spans the
Hugie river al Thi"" Valley, IVork
train- nnd -ham shovels are digging
uni   mountain  sides  ami  piling       tlw |
earth und  -'  s" removed   ler th" I
rail-   ami   ties  .,f  lh"  Inn   places       on !
lh"   trail,,   raising   il   il|'   lu  as   lli'iir   .a  '
permanent   level  as  possible.      In  fail
ihr   Iiii"  between   Tin,'"   Valley        and
Si.'ainuii-  luoks a- if it   were hcim! al-
inost   re-built   and  re-lahl.
1. & K. RAILWAY
Construction to be Commenced
at an Early Date
Prom aulhiirilalii" snuivcs wo
learn lhal tho t'. I', li. "ill dollnitoly
siari construction on lho Arrowhoad
ami Lvoolonay railway at au oarly
dale, ami ihai ih" wuil, ii ill li" pushed t iplotiou,
Construction will proceed both from
the Arrowhead ami Uorard  Is*of tho
liu" ami ii is siati'd ih" railway nill
lollow   lh"    Ill  BllOl'O  nf  TiMiil   l.al,"
in Truiii   Lake City.
Improved Water Supply
Tin- 11.ill uf iIn- iii> rn to payors on
iln' propuwal in borrow 8-7,000 to
improve iln- lily wultil" HUpplj i-* be*
iut: taken totlny. iln1 pii'si'in vvatoi'
mipplj i~ mm longer lulrqimte i.t lho
ifiliiiifint'iiis of tin1 'il.\ ..u'i muni Im
r s I fin li-i 1. 'Iln' r\ tension now pro*
ndwl for will provide nn umplo Blip-
pl\ fur somo yearn (<> roiiio, nnd wo
In.I'.' all   rulopnyorn  who  mil  |m—iltJy
iln   Wn   will   mil   Up   al ill''   i'i(j    Iinil   1><-
Uwv ilir pull rinses ;,t 7 p.  in.   Umighl
tilld   in mil   a   \ olo in fa\ or    of       llir
tiy.lnw, 0
Vancouver Exhibition
Visitors ai ih" Vancouver Kvhibi-
tion, August Ii'i I,, -it. uh.. ai" nol
personally interested in -mine animal
exhibit, poultry, ncricultural or mining, Imi are looking, for iii" dnys of
fun, «.11 mn h" disnppointe I iu t li.it
line.
To liegin with, llu Vssocialion will
have .in "L.lk^ai" displa.\ uf th" highest class of ainusemenl shows possible
lo obtain, the concession* for some
of which have ahead*, been let. Valid*
e\ ill"  ads  of  the besl   will  be    givon
after is and evenings, likewise band
concerts;  while under a  new       scheme
taking for w  there will ho a number  uf  special   amuse in   features   in
tho various  buildings on  the grounds.
For lovers ol music, Manager Hoy, of
the Association    promises     something
unique and  high class.
(if ihr greatest  interest,     probably,
will It" llie daily races to be held, for
which hie; purses have been hung up
Nt. Robson
We hnvo received a copy of a beautifully printed booklet on Mt. Robson
describing tho first ascent of Canada's
greatest mountain by Kev. ti. It. II.
Kinney, of lhe Alpine Club oi Canada
The publication is illustrated with excellent half t"ii" engravings. The
letterpress i- contributed In Mr. Mc.
Kinney who graphically pourtrays his
trip of exploration and experiences
connected therewith. The booklet
should Is- in demand by all lovers ol
Alpine lore and will create great in-
terest iji the new mountain wonderland to the north.
Clearing Sale of Ladies' and Children's
Trimmed Millinery
at Cost Price
Mrs.   A.  G.  Chick
TWO hooks EAST OK EDISON  II1KA1KI
Gun Club Shoot
Handicap -hunt for Hunters Anns
C 's vase, l-t. and Duponl Powder.
Co's. fob -ml. fifty birds, both barrels
16 yards, Barber, 46.
HI yawls, MrDouell, 2-.
Is yard-. Sturdy, '2*.
Ill yard-, atunro, 20.
16 yard-. Rlakley,  111 and out.
Ill yards, Lawrence, ,'t'J.
in yards, Kipp, 38.
It! yard-, Cronyn, '-'".
Barber's score ol It. wns good shunt
ini: wiih the heavy wind they again
had  to m,nt.n I with.
Ill the nn-- and nui ti" fur lhc fob
Sturdy beat  M Donell  and Kipp.
The new Ideal nap-- work like a
charm.
Weekly -I t  lor medals, -'"i bird-.
Barber   15
Kipp   17
Blakely     B
Munro   13
Brown     8
Sturdy    20
Lawrence    IS
i Umi n       11
HcDonell   Hi
Sturdy wins in class A, and Kipp
in class  B,
Moving Pictures
I ritiighl will bo wppntod ilw upland
id programme prwntod ni the Edison
i i i ,i_!ii. I li- Nm Townnftc tyiught
on .Mii everyone presenl know Lhe
. i ■ ihi thoroughly. The performance
«ill tx'L'in enrly lo ndmil o( those
«(in \\ i-h in al lend " 11"- VlAsknn"
.it  ili.' opern lioime Intel,
The Alaskan To-night
\i   ih.- Opera   Huii"  tonight,   Hovel*
ike   thoatro  goers  will   -""   the  Win
-i  " pany    of artists    I l"i | pie)
cr pul upon lhe -lau" in lhe most
poptilnr iiiu-i-al I'omedj ever ivrilten.
■lh" Mnsknn" is a truly western
-tun    anil   should   put lii'iilai ly   appeal
in  ih"  | pie  hero.     II f   the Iw-i
imi l.'iil- in llm plnl !- lh" Tololn pul"
-ii n >, and one of ih" iiiusi arii-ii"
ijjhts ovor shown on ll"' stage. The
horns work is nil good and Iho Us*
I '.-Lini,,    tilrl chorus ami snow   fallinp
' s aiv pnroiculnrly pleasing.    Asis
Uso, tlio performing Polar benr is al-
io iu li" seen. li i- safoto say that
th" Algskan Company aro the largest
and best that liai" ovor put in n
night   in  this i-ity.
Railway Time Table
The following is the new summer
timetable of Hie C. I'. It., showing
iini"- of nrrival ami departure of
train- at   Itevelstoke.
WKSTBOl Mi
Nn.  I nrrivos 5:05, departs 6:25 a*m*
No, 117 arrives 3:llo, departs 3:-l5p.m.
No. ,"i arrives 4:58, departs 5:15 p.m.
I'.ASTI'.tltM)
Nn. 2 arrives 12:35 miduight, departs   l'-':l"i midnight.
Nn. '.ni arrives 11:30 a.in., departs
11:60 a.  in.
No. tl arrives 9:20 a. nt.. departs
thin a.  in.
ABBOWHEAD BBANC1I.
Leaves Revelstoke 0:35 a. in., arrives Kevelstoke  1:30 p.  m.
Churches
Methodist church -Services on Sunday nt 11 ;i. in. Mini 7:30 p, in. Sunday school at 'J-tup.in. The pastor.
li. J. Mclntyre, will have charge ••''
the services for tho day.
Tho Quarterly Hoard will ineof on
Tuesday evening al  s p- '"., in      the
\ r-'i-ry.
Thr ICpworth Uaguc uiil hold its
social evening at the homo of Mrs. It,
Davis. Uig Eddy.
I'rayer sorvice Wednesday evening at
Bo'olockj   all  aif cordially  invited.
Coming Events
Tonight—"The Alaskan" at 'I"' Opera
House.
.lum' JTth National Opera Coinpan*,
a i  the Opera House.
Juno 20th—Lawn Social ul residence
of Mrs. W. M. Lawrenco, auspices of
St. John's i liiinli.
duly I and "J King's t'lini'lul and a
lir-t-ilass pi'ogrnmino nf moving pictures ai lhn I'iilisnn Thoatro.
• lulv I ami ."• Coleman's Comedy i'n,.
Uniform Hand ami Orchestra, at
P.dlson Theatre.
Next    I -'inl.u     and  SatUrdnj       lhe
l ii ci il  pii iui"-.  and      nihil
■    «i!i  b*.    lmnn at  tin   Ldibon
iin,
A  mooting uf th" eity council    was
h"IJ  lasi   night.     The  principal  Inisi-
11"-- wa- lh" fixing nf lh" ('mill uf
Itevislon fur Augllsl 3rd, and lh"
appointment "f a commlltoa tn work
in ulih a commitloo nf ih" Board   nf
Trad"  Iii  arranging  lh" r plion    lo
Sir Wilfrid  l.aiiriir. uu lh ension nf
hi-   |Uni". bed   visil   In   lioVolstoko,    The
inppliciitlon uf Mrs, Turnross fm-     a
lighl  on  Victoria  Road was granted
ami il  was deridod In plnro .,, light  ,,t
A.  .luhnnii'-  hnii" un Third street.
You   wanl   good   '1111111;"-,   huth        ur
face, rubber m gonulue, sou the supply ut Mucdonald'u drujj store.
Hardware
STOVES- McClary's, Kootenay, and Sask-Alta
Famous Cook Stoves, Graniteware.
TAINTS   Sherwin-Williams'   Taints   and  Varnishes and other Best Brands.
HARNESS   Team   and   Single   Sets.    Whips,
and Sweat Tads.
Rope,    Nails,    Fencing,   Builders'  Hardware,
Sporting < roods
GROCERIES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, FLOUR
AND FEED, CROCKERY, CCASSWARE
Try Bourne's Choice, or Special Tea at 40c. and 50c. a lb.
Bourne Bros.
GROCERS HARDWARE DEALERS PLUMBERS
nit
How it is Played by the Fat Men
of Revelstoke
Is tat detrimental to a hsechal
player 7 II you think so, sneize and
duBt ynur bruin. Best game of the
season—played all around the lengue
t'ntm. Now what do you knowaboit
Dad Wat on, eh!, Oh ! You, By G r
ber, Reg. Upper, etc. Such are tbe
expressions floating around Bince tie
Fat Vien nf Upper Town vs tbe Fit
Men of Lower Town in the screech of
the season bjaeb.ill gumc Thursday
night.
The players were evenly matched,
and tlie game wai interesting and fssi
all tbe way through, taking everything
into cnnsideratitir. Tbey were cer
tainly there in many ways. Although
the t'ps won by a score ol 9 to 4, it
was anybody's, game nearly all tbe
wuy through.
Sandy McKne gave a line exhibition
of dudging and high kicking all in one
whioh was highly appreciated by the
spectators,   Lawrence is fund of run
ing I'hm s. He got to third sack no >.
strike out, and then s ime nne pinohed
him. We nre glad to announco thnt
there will bu another game between
the same teami in tbc near future
CORLKY8   YH.   IIU8INEB8   MIN
That was it! Who uiid a ball game?
1'erbapB he was right, but we wid
cunsult the Happy Hume about it an
they are well versed on the gamo. It
w;i 'i.'i a Comaplix game, nor a Fat
Mans game. Nothing su gnnd ss
that. It was a sort of Comedy nf
Errors wiih the Orley House coming
under tbe wire a tr lie ahead. Bulb
pitchers were batted freely and nothing but two base hits counted, whether
fuur ballsor not. Our ollicial scorer,
Mr. Bennett, ran out ol numbers and
the game waB called in the (itli innings
with the BCurc I'.I to 11, as near as
could be found out in favor of the
Corleys.
Tbe Bean-eftters feel very good over
tbc result of the ping pong match,
tin Monday night tho Regulars lor
the Armstrong game on July 1st will
meet the Scrubs for a practice game,
On Tuesday tbo Beavers antl Intermediates meet as per schedule.
STANDING Ot TH* TEAMS
Won    Lost
intermediates      4        (J
Beavers     '2        2
Corleys     2        'd
Business Men       1 I
Dashing Jittire
for Young Men
A man looks his best when he is dressed
in keeping with the weather. It is not
necessary to go to greal expense in order
tn dress well. Our suits are made to hold
their stylish form till worn out.
Good Values at $20 and $25
We have just received a  full new line of
Shirts and Ties for Summer Wear.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Limited
"WHERE THE GOOD CLOTHES COME FROM."
Fresh and Wholesome Meats
Having been re-organized under
new management we are in a position to supply you with the best
of everything in the way of Meats
and Packing House  Products.
All Our Meats are Government
inspected. Family trade specially
catered for.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd,
e
B. C. FRUIT
I'd
11 KM)
SiOf)
4IM)
20(1
' li. Tapping lm- boon suflforing thU
iii'i'l, Inmi erysipelas in tho (ace, but
his many friends will be glud to leaiu
he ia iiuw recovering,
Many New Concerns locating in
the Railway City of Alberta
Camroee, Alberts, June 22—A heavy
rain lias been general throughout this
district since last night, which will
help tbe grain and bay. Hats and
winter wheat are doing especially well
ami are more sdvanctd thsn usual
during tbis sea«un.  Prospects are good*
The Sawyer Maasey Oo.htU acquired
trackage property on the G.T.I', railway and will erect a warehouse at
once.
Messrs. Cameron and Fletcher, who
are putting up a warehouse for the
International Harvester company on
tbe Industrial Spur will be ready lor
business in a week's time.
The ONE. Ins started to bullae!
their line, having opene I i large gravel
pit south nl the Battle river. The
statinn liere is almost finished.
Messrs. Nicli ilsim and Bain of Wi: •
nipeg  have  purchased  1IK) feet lmnt
age on the Industrial Spur.
Tbe  Hural   Home  Machinery com
piny is erecting an opera house oOilTO
feet, which will be fully equipped.
The   Camrose   Brick company  has
-'•as 'h -      if tut    to
Hn Expert Opinion on Revelstoke
Possibilities
W. J. Brandritb, assistant exhibi-
tiun commissioner of B. C, was in tlie
city yesterday en route .or Nelson and
s '.tb points. Mr. Brandritb is ar-
ringing for the supply of fruit from
Britieb Columbia for all the prairie
city Fairs this year, and it is anticipated that the exhibits this year from
B C. will eclipse anything shown yet.
Mr. Brandrith states that the crop
ol fruit this season sb mid be a
bumper, the conditions in every part
ol tlie province lieing exceptionally
good. A large quantity of fruit will
be shipped from Revelstoke to tho
prairie city lairs. Mr. Brandrith expressed great enthusiasm over the
p isuibilities ol Revelstoke as a fruit
growing centre and urged all local
growers to improve, extend, and look
alter their orchards.
Bold   its   whole
I   Haley's garden on the Big   Bend
road i- „ pretty picture at this ^a--
mt.    The pots of flowets in front   of
the Imn-.' are in bloom.   The orchard
look  well  und  are  laden    with
Messrs. Uunn and company, Wiunipeg. jfiuit, ■rigo.
THE MATL-1IERALI)KEVELSTOKE, B 0
SATURDAY, JUNE 25111, 101"
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Bjlleitor (nr:—
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FIRST ST.,   -   KEVBLSTOKB. J3.U,
►.OBKKT SMI lil
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Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
; Engineering
McKknzik Avknlk,
Box 100, Rkvklsthkk
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Al.ln.N it  EVKLEIGH,
mu liiii.i ra
YASiiini.ll ANU ItKVKLBTOKK,  1>, 0.
All coniinunlcalioua addressed to Post
otliif, Kovelsloke, will have prompt
attention.
c. w. o w
Mountain View Camp, No. 22*
■ M," •- Second und Kmirth Wodnondays In
each month, iu -Selkirk Hull. Vinilin Wood-
men cordial!)' invitod IO auoud.
\v. E. 08BOBNK,Con.Com.
JA-*. HelNTYHK. Uurk.
Kootonay Lodge «»■ IB, A. F. m A. M
roKuliir iiiHOt-
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lf*MAUCTKM.PLK
notiih at fi
Umi VjiliuKbreth
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CLEARVIEW
We are now offering for Bale loti in this uioBt nttractive
Htilmrl), its olose proximity to tho C.P.K, Simps and Ollices ami
itn sheltered situation makes it eBpeoially ilesirahle to those
home-makers who wish to add gardening lo the general attrao-
tivenesH of their holdings. 'I'lie snow goes fully two weeks before
any othor part of the Town, and being sheltered from wind ami
storm, fruit trees flourish exceedingly, while its high position
ensures gootl drainage and freedom from evils peculiar to low-
lying lands. It is attractively wooded with spruce, tir ami poplar and the lots we now offer are the hest value ever offered,
The view of mountain and valley is unsurpassed ami a more
charming residential part it would be Impossible to find anywhere in thu City.   The present is the time to buy,
REVELSTOKE GENEBAL AGENCIES, Ui
REAL  ESTATE,   1.1IK,   KIRE   AND  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all kinds neatly carried on
Bicycle und (lun work aspeulalty
Estimates given on any cIuhh
of work.
Front     Street.
i niiiii ii. .-.    li   i«   then   tlml   ilie       law  Uiiupl}   moved  in  lliix ease  iiiplin
lep    iii  an I  liellii    tlie  nlimbei   of  vi*  4/c llie fuel   Ilml   llii- i-  I'lirtliilid'x nl
i i    iln    '.'M'l      II >'   innl.     liuW     porlilnit)   .nnl   tlml   llii'   inu !•    lovln
ever,   are      allowed   in  idle       llieir 'eoi uenl   of   il itj      shuilld       no
lime anal   while      inemeerated,      Inn    |'a--   mn-li   u   splendid  oppni'ltinilj   fi
are pul   i,i mnl,  un  iln, ,in   improve    enjoj m   llinl   i    ivholesnine mid  lin" I
 alH  and  their  keep   i     theii'liy   luru-'ii  nureipmlilj nl  nrlinlie permaiieliee."
i'l   i"   -'  prnelienl   \,w.     The poliiv |    Miirllm   rails   forth   tlie      nllove    ex-
ilepiirtinenl   is not   il \| <c to    the   pressimi   from   iln'   lending   newspapers
eity ii i- supposetl io be,     ami     the '"' lite entire    \ irlhwexi,    .uul     thnl
am ii  of money  -.ii.'ilili.' eity      l'>   editorially,
pulling   lliexo   prisoners   In   work   nill
li n  largo sum liv  il ml ,,f
year.
Northwest Fruit Markets
— K.ll.l    lol    llll
ujiiiro  into  tin
Prom nm  linn fm ir-poniiiiii.
Il.o ii   .l,,l,iim,i,i   hna  pin, has,„l    ih,,
Newman  residence, nnd  il"1    line    lots
in  i oiim-i lion  with   il.  ami   is  moving
to ii   ihis week.
nn  Monday morning while  Mr.      K.
\i i ■ -i   iiiai   lii'li
Mel nigluun  was going  along   the trail | ;   ■      . '.
io liiiloun  Unj •    lie   had ii    dusporalo
-m oiinti'i- with ,t griz/.le) hear, fort*
unately ho innnaged In l:"I clear anil
lefl  lifuiii the riglit-of-waj.
lhc many friend-, of  Mr. ami       Mrs,
:. v.. (llljiert an' eougirntulnliny llieni
the     arrival     of   tlicir      \nilm_rcst
daughter,
la .   Itux  one  of    the     old-limo
lore n ,.f  lhc I',.   I',.   I..  1',,,,   ha- just
returned from the easl where In- -pent
 plo oi  ihs with hi- family.
line day ihi- week ilie steamer Koss*
land give signal for man ovei board
practice,  whicli was     performed    well,
-Wflk'uGT'KUPLE  '""  ''"' "'al ''""-  '"MHwnod ,.„ Tlm™-
»0Ei,aWbHaU,oij  dm.   John  McKay   fell over fr   il.e
tug laic. I.lie preservers were booh
thrown to him an,I lie just reeeiyod a
mid both.
J  T. rut.l.iii ti. ill-11 a,
l HAS. J. AMAN   SB RBI 1K>
SELKIRK LODGE li I.O.O. Y.
Heel* evory Thins-
tUy   oveimiK   in   rt»l-
kkirk Hull ni 8 ii'ilocli
^Visiting brettirtn «re
oordlillj itiT'ltsl i,, Hii.inl.
L   PBOBY.S. N.O.       JAM. MATMKZSic.
Cold Range Lodge, K. of Pi
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
MKKTS. ^VKKY  WBDNBSDAY,
except lioti w oi m-'Mlt > oi
CiC*l m<'Ut!'. ill ilillell'i.v
Hall    tl   8   o'clock.    Visit n
Knlghtlnre eordlally .uviwi.
ir a, McDonald.':, c.
G, H. BHOCK, K. nl  B. * S.
T. 1'.  SMITH. M. ul F
The     \llouli,   ,,l     I. Ihi     1.
of   logs  on   I'rniilierr*,   I reek
ml.      Theie   li-'tiiL   l; I   ii iiii a\   tliroiiirli.
jtisl
,11  ili,<
' iA'evi mail  and  ' ■    ' 'hapman   i, itetl
KcvcUlokc tin- week,
II.        N",       l    Ml.I-I,'
CHASE
Court
Mt. Begbie
3461
Meeta in I O. O. I'. H ill wx\ to
TappiDK*H Opem House, every fourth
Monday in month,
Visil ■■: I ttaven :or*!ially welcomed.
i . l: . i'!,\i;i:n' a Haktb.
i;.i . Se* . li. \V. ISuwahds
Now - lin •  i"
ai   Spokane of Mr.  Cfoi ■
uf   lllr    V'laiM-    \{i\ cl    I
■ I.   \.   Mageu  y i    lt'
foi    tlw   b'-lli'lii    -I    I.i      I
from  li>'.u i   lrouble,   and   Mr.   I   lii
is in chur^v of tin     mi M     \\
medical      v\: \ *ei     suy hi
n_lit   uyain   with
11 .mi menl -
Zbc fl&alMberalb
s      "   J.'.lABt.L/
i I I \   I'OLILI
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i in to
.        M ' ' '
al    all,     but i
,.• pern ip     i  ;"    ■
u en >li ft   in
t,i the • it)    lid ii-   i  numbei ol i    ■
tndet     n       ■    i It ' '''""
        " ink   and  di ordei
ii .   loul   Inn
J|   the  polii-e  arre I    them,
ti ii iii.-ii'*'    ihem   to
.. .       .        I:   I'    I    ,,1111,"lit.
II.,-      e have no desire to run    n
is..,,,  in ; ,   the fun ol it,  I'"'  do  thej
'■'    lensl   p iU'"
m ..    would   lie    "I"''
' o ',:!:_    I        .   ,1.      ,,'   the  ■ itj   [uilirn
 oi  ;i   holw  or   a
ol      llim.-elf
reel   the  law   i- oxocr-
hould be.     A     Boon
us   tlii ol   li onl' n ■    blow -   inin
■      ioi   llieni      nnd
hcui        ,    • until l In ■  huve left
bui evading
lbe jn.,..   pmineoce creating u     fUf'i
ii„. i,
. ' ■
ii
I       -!,.,»    ol    \U\	
ii a. i  foi   iln- ,'i," tioi
It.   Billtinl
M i    \       .
-i.ui, whi
Jul)   Ioi
'   '
■ I.  r.   Metcalfe, uol
II.     I'.     L'.,,M'l IIIIIIIII      I
in.nl.,-iiiii; of fruil in the Norlhwesl
prm in,,'-., sink's lhal ,.l lensl lift)
car loads, of strntt'lienics u III he nun
l.eie.l in Wilinipey ihis sensuii. The
markel jfeuerallj for al, kinds of fruil
ii brisk, ainl yooil ini,,.- are bcinc;
oliiaini'd.      I I,,,  t". .11. .w iiim   i-, a    li.,   of
duties  on  ^ I,   fruil   ,, ,_.   ,„  p,,,,,
lhe   Aniei i, an   -id ■  elsew here;     anl
-""U'i- ami sllippcl n
lelerminiiij' iln advoiiluue they possess over  iln-  Am,-ii.an     ;i,,»,.is      of
llilil   nf   llle  mi   1 alieli    when  -hipped
into t'liiiudn:
1 Iiii'ii Apples  per barrel,   llle.; (Ireen
VppleS       per        bo.\,      1.",..;   I'.I.,, Idle, lies,
t;.,n-.,'lieiii,M. Uaspbcrries and Strawberries J,'. |.,-r pound; (.'berries •2c, \n-i-
pound; I'rnnlierrien per bushel, iKe.j
I'urr.'uils,  2,-.  per  pnund;      lirupi's, •-',■.
per    poUlld;     I'm. III'-.    XI     pel      Iuu    |li,..
-"''• pe crow; Plums, per I.n. ..f nu lbs
!l(h*.j I'liim-. p..r box, |il,.; in iin,,.-.
IpriroU,   I'enrs   .nnl   Nectarines,    50e.
I"''   I""   Hi-,   or   !,'.   per  pound,
Can Afford to use
the BEST buy
Robin Hood
Flour
"The Flour llmt  is different."
II you do you will find tint
the cost of KOB1N HOOD is
smallest after all.
The bigger loaf is one difference.
Kasier assimilations of the
bread is another difference,
The sweeter flavor is a third
difference.
There arc other points of
difference. Any une of them
worth the extra cost.
THE
Saskatchewan Flour
Mills Co., Ltd.
Moose Jaw -
Certificate ol' Improvements
NOTICE
Surprise, Welch nnd Adeline (I'riic-
iloiuil) Mineral Claim. BlUiala iu lbe
Trniil Lake Mining Division ul' West
Kniiii'iiay District.
Where located: On Surprise Creek,
North lurk nf [.ill'do river.
TAKK NOTICE Mini I. 0. II. N.
Wilkin, act inn as OROIlt   fur   William
\. Foote, 1'Yee Miner's Cevtlltoate
Number II IHISO and   David Morgan,
h'.M.t'., Nnnilu'i' ItlMIKUl, inlend, sixly
days I'ri.in dale hereof, In applv lo the
Mining Ueeurder lor u. Oei'tiltciite of
Improvements, lur lhe purpose of
obtaining a Crown Gram of the above
claim.
And I'lirlher lukc nolice thut action,
under Section 87, must lie commenced
liel'ine Ibe issuance uf such Certificate
id Improvements,
Patod lliis'iihd day nf June,  A. I).,
mm.
II. I!. N.  Wll.KIlt,
Troul Lako, ll. 0.
'I'n     I'lll'.    Nll.ulKlliil.liKUs    ul'     TUB
I'lllMI.;    iMlNINll    ANU    Hl.'.VKl.lir-
MKS'rCompany, Limited Liability,
Notice is hereby given Unit llu
Annual Meeting of llm Shareholders
id' llm l'i inec Mining and Development
Company, Limited Liability, "ill be
belli ai the Company's olllces un Mac-
licn/ie Avenue, lievelstoke, II. 0,, mi
Wednesday the Twentieth day nl' July
\.H., 1010, ul the hour of eight o'clock
In ilio afternoon, lor tIrt- purpose of
electing olllccrs for llle ensuing year,
nud I'nr other purposes relating to the
management uf ilm Company,
The Transfer liook uf llm Company
will he closed lllll'illg|tlic t'liurteiii days
Immediately preceding lhe meeting,
Haled al Itevelstoke, B.C., Ibis 20th
dav ol .lune, 1010.
W. I. HltKlUH,      W. II- UollKUTSOV,
President. Secretary
Mrs Hermann MtKinney
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
Mason's  Touch   and   Technique
Special attention  paid  tu begin
iters and kirkw.ll d pupils,
THRMS MODERATE
SECOND STREET
Near Drill Hall
1.0. F. Notice
Ml  members  ••(  C'ouil   Mi.    Uegbie,
llltil,  are   reipicsted   to  a-- I,!"       ui
lodge i i,  on  .-'onl.u  evening, .Inn.'
27th, io al tend Un ino IVoi diip at > I.
■loin,'- . Imn Ii. I',.- on hand ul seven
O'clock     l.arp
II. Vi. i i«,,,.I . i,.  -.
Business locals
->old
,',   M , ■ ._    tore.
TUCKER, the local photographer,
i.-ks you io ^,'i prices ou nhaiever
you ".nut ,n photoi and Come   te   linn
and he will mike your work ta cheap WANTED Good Planer man. Apply
»t any one will, if not cheipor ami Kernaghan Lumber Co, Ltd..Salmon
bitter, ton Arm,  I',.  C.
Till'. REVELSTOKE
NI'.W   ANU
Second Hand Store
We Buy, Sell nr Kxchange
ail kinds ot Household
Goods,
HIGHEST CASH PRICES   PAID
FOR MENS  CAST-OFF
CLOTHI.G
STRAWBERRIES
llipe Strawberries can lie Riip-
plied in any quantity.
WING CHUNG
Kront Ht.
I'elstoke, li. C.
Just What You've Been Looking for Bush Fire Permits
Something lhat will make the Home Attractive
lhat will make Home Life Worth Living
leei m, .ir pro
m  :,'U-    ij    i ,„|r
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ion and is the
ll "ii ilie nl.tr-
irability
•I. II M'
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" Martha"
it,
I, M 'I
lh.'       I''., '1  ,1. I ' I,'". Ill
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he
Would   keep   il   in   ll
I
.    .
ll     repoi li   "    in old   lime
ul   In' ,.i ,'•■ l   "   Hi   ■
I ia   III i   ..lo,"    and       Marl
in poinl  of a' i  fa'  "Mill l h
K     -n fol    mn li' al    ion,,',!'.        ..f       ill,.
pre .-iii   dav   ilia'   i"   ii"' ''   ' he
in , ompal i-oii, i- n oi' ol pi nmn i
tion. I li" one i opnro, wiih melodies,  that   till "i i"   lo  live,  and  do  ,,   ■
q    i I i   Mi,, i    I i    i      Iii    i   eil      of
ro mii'li ' ill t mi' a" Portland bo i I II
would  In*  -iiiiiil'*'  ti   patronage  would
nol m lid Ihis ' onipain l"m ono '
hern for a long run. ''"'th l"i lho
Jo ..it   oi   merit   and   lor our own   i ul ■
tural reputation lho opera company
hyiild be welcomed,    Tbi»    paper ii
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flf'
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ll
BA PLAC
Settlers on Dominion l.unds can net
peainits ai the Provincial Police office,
Revelstoke, or any ofthe Provincial Fire
Wardens, provide 1 thev comply with
Sections 5 and b of Chapter 84, Hush
l'ires Act.
J.   K.  Mel,HAN,
Divisional Warden,
CEMENT  BLOCKS
ii
Maiiofnelnrtd fnr nil ci-ibsO of   building!
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
forjnl* in 1htk« nr imall ijaniitiViii
I tit Ui« lOVUt (inrtu for Ctm,
w ttnfiN.ui bnlldiD-t aDd.plMierlni
'jti'l»rlHM*!i.
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Wears Where   the   Wear  Comes  Most
Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, R. C.
Ice Cream * Soft Drinks
All  Kinds Furnisher] during
the Summer Season
Cowie's Restaurant
OPEN   TII,I.   MlliNHiMT
Tinsmithing, Repairs,   Hot   Air
Pipe nnd   Furnace  Work
WORK    8HOP
Oonnaught  Ave.   -   Revelstoke
Wood and Coal
For Sale
Life,   Accident   mul   Kire
[iimirance,
i iiv und Suburban Lots.
Residences.
Pull pnrliciilnrH upon up-
plication,
W. B. Robertson
PHONE 73
THE    MOLSONS    BANK
INCORPORATED 1855
Capital Paid Up       ■       $3,500,000
Rest Fund
$3,500,000
Has;ti5 Jiraiichcs in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all 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.
Cummings Transfer Co. Ltd.
Freight and Parcels Promptly [Delivered
Baggage Transferred
Furniture and Piano Moving a Specialty
Leave Orders at Steam Laundry Office
L
OFFICE:   SECOND STREET       REVELSTOKE. B. C.
Clearing Sale of Boys' Soits
FROM FIVE TO FOURTEEN YEARS
4 Suits, Size 22 $3.50 to $450 for $2 and $2.50
6 Suits, Size 23 4 00 to   4.75 for    2 and   2.50
4 Suits, Size 24 4.00 to   5.00 for   2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 25 3,50 to   5.00 for   2 and   2.50
2jSuits, Size 26 3.50 to   4.00 for    2 and   2.50
2 Suits, Size 27 3.50             for    2
1 2 3-piece Suits, 27 to 33, $5 and $o for $2.75 & $3.50
MeKinnon & Sutherland
FIT-REFORM CLOTHING
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000     Reserve, $6,000,000
DRAFTS ON   FOREIGN   COUNTRIES
Arrangements hove recently been completed under which the branches
of this Bank are able to Issue Diafts on the principal points
ln the following countries:
Auitrim-IIunjcmrj    Finland Ireland Russia
Belgium Formosa Italy Srnria
Brazil France J***P*n Siam
Bulgaria Fr'ch Cochin-China  Java South Africa
Ceylon Germany Manchuria Straits SeltlaaMSis
China Great Britain Mexico Sweden
Crete Greece Norway Swttxeriaad
Denmark Holland Persia Turkey
Egypt IrrlsaJ Phillipine Islands    West Indie* m
Faroe Mao-la India Romuania and else**fc*f«
NO   DEL*'   IN   tOSUINS.        TUU.  PARTICULARS  ON   APPLICATION
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH—A.    H.    ALLEN,    MGR.
You   Like  Music
Hore is Your Opportunity I
Edison's Phonographs and Records,Graphophones,
Accordions, Banjos, Guitars, Flutes, Piccolos,
Violins, Fittings of all kinds of finest quality.
Sole Asrents for the Noted
New Scale Williams' Pianos
All kinds  of Instruments  tuned and repaired.
Work Guarantee!'
A call at the music store on McKenzie Avenue,
adjoining the City Hall, will convince you of the
quality of the goods.
J. Bingham, mgr.
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
Turnings, Etc.
Write for Prices to
Revelstoke Sash & Door Co. Ltd
REVELSTOKE, B C. SATURDAY. JUNE 25TH, 1010,
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged nml [mpioveil.    First-Class in every respect,    All modern ci nvenlence
Large Sample Kooms,
Rates, $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B. C.
THE REVELSTOKE WINE & SPIRIT CO.
LIMITED.
Import direct from country ol origin.
WIIOLHSALli     DEALERS     ONLY.
REVELSTOKE'   IB.  O.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigara.   Rates $i a day.   Monthly rate.
J-.   ALBERT      RTOTTE      PROP.
look:
I
J)()K
AND
RE
AD!      |
Actual i
omparia
nn of
Eastern C
atalogue i
rices, freigl
t added, with
II o w s
ON'
S
PI
UCE S
Winnipeg price
Weight
Freight
Total    Howson's Price delivered
Kitchen Chairs
50c.
101b.
23c.
73c.
i.           ii
70c.
Kitchen Cabinet
$6.75
1501b.
$3.53
$10.72
ii           ii
$9.60
Dining Table
10.55
1651b.
387
14.42
ii           H
14.40
Dining Chairs
88c.
121b.
28c.
1.16
it           ii
1.20
Dresser and Stand
8.95
1501b.
3.52
12.47
ii           ii
13.00
	
1.25
1601b.
3.76
15.01
>i           ii
14.00
Bed
3.55
601b.
1.41
4.96
ii           ii
5.20
Bed
5.3'j
681b,
1.59
694
a           ii
7.20
Dominion Spring
2.40
601b.
1.41
3.81
ii           ii
4.00
Child's Cot
5.10
751b.
1.76
6.86
a            ii
7.20
Ostermore Maltress
15.00
ii            ii
16.50
Wn make mir profit l>v !■
hipping in car
nail lot*, 1
iereby Baviog freight rules
.    Bring
catalogue giving d
iscriplion of i
tlirr goods
not Bpeci
'nil in IIiik
lint ti) our Htore anil we
will prove our Kta
omenta.
Ki'innnilinr wi
deliver u*
oils anil sel
up fine from 1
ren k n go.
R.   HOWSON
&
CO.
-      1
Kevelstoke
, B. C.
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.IT.*.*.** ■%.*■.
A. F. MASON $
PRACTICAL GARDENER j
Jobbing promptlj attended to. Agent for all kimls oi
Trees, Plants, Bulbs, i'tc. Lawns ami Gardens taken care
of for tin- Summer. Terms reasonable. Twenty years
experience.
Residence with F. G. Frisby.    Phone 80 (
«V% %%%'•*%%•%'%%%'%% *^Vty*% %*/%*•%'% %%%%'%% +r*
SPRINQ IS HEKE
How is* tbc cinic ot ljcar for-5ee& rjMantiim
Bcauttfs L'ouv ©ar&ens
A   large assortment of Fresh Garden nnd Field Seeds, including
STEEL   RKIGGS    FERRY'S    MAYS    MiKBNZlES
AND BURPEE'S.    Fine Lawn Grass, Clover, Timothy, Alfalfa
The Paget Supply Co'y.
Fruit Lands Rear Revelstoke
We have for sale 80 acres of cleared
fertile lands ready for cultivation and
planting, half a mile from town, to be
divided into small blocks to suit purchasers
%
and
Per Acre
EASY  TERMS
This is the best land in the district, being
very fertile and suitable for growing fruit
or vegetables—no irrigation needed. This
is a paying investment.
V
Apply to
Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
GMET
Wood Furnace
The McClary Magnet Wood Furnace has a fire-box opening
that admits the largest chunks   of   wood   with   ease—wide,
deep, generous in size as the Magnet is in quality of material
and   workmanship.     The   wide   opening   saves   you   work,
because you can use wood that you would have to saw and
split to get through the narrow, shallow fire-box openings of
ordinary   wood   furnaces.
Instead of making the fuel
fit the door, the  Magnet
door is made to fit the fuel.
It is just as easy to get
the ashes out of a Magnet
as  it  is  to  put   fuel   in;
because the opening of the
ashpit is just ns generous
as   the fire-box   opening.
You can get at the farthest coiner and remove the
ashes with case and speed
—no   turning   and   twisting ; no trouble nor inconvenience.    These two advantages arc good reasons
why you ought to use a
Magnet      The    McClary
agent in llie nearest town
will welcome  the  chance
to give you many more.
Write to the nearest McClary branch for booklet.
MXlaiyi
Lomlon, Toronlo, Montro.il, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, Hamilton, Calgary.
For Sale by Bourne Bros., Revelstoke
^
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
How Mde. Labadie Caught Suckers
Tin' Kamloops Stnndurd I,a- ilio fol'
I low ill:;-     In     ;i\ : l lio   lull, ll   lul allied  :
M mo.   I.ali.i lii- [Tuva her ,'M'tuii^'    en
UMTllilllllL'lll    la   1    UVCIlilll       ll    ill.'      l'i
In Iim i.iii i luiivli iu u i.iii i••-! ' rowd.
li i- 11.-i11:t|>- jii-i ,,, well tlml uverj •
mn' «lm boiighl lii i.,-1 . from iln'
cheeky young Iml*, -,,li.ii,,i urii I
in advance,   ui    tho   show  rliil uot nl-
!„,,
THE MIKES
E. W. B.  PAGET
BAI
»
LAC
THEG1
FURNITUI
FLOOR
DURABLE, S
EASILY/
REAT
HE AND
FINISH.
.AN I TAR Y
APPLIED
BAI
PI
LAC
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.
" Harry" mineral claim, situate in the
! Trout Lake Mining   Division  of West
j Kootenay District-
Where   located ; - On   Poplar    Creek,
near Poplar Townsite.
TAKE NOTICK that I, A.R.Heyland,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 25405,
Intend, sixty days from ilate hereof, to
ipply to ilie Milling Recorder (or a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose
I obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under Section 57, must be commenced
before the issuance of Biich Certificate of
Improvements.
Dated this 15th dav of April, A. I).,
1911.
A.   R.  llhYI.ANI).
For Sale by Lawrence Hardware Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
E. F. TUCKER. PHOTOGRAPHER
Up-to-date Styles in Photos iiiiii Mounts. Hand
Cameras whicli use every kind of film made. A
full liiir of the best films thai are adapted to all
kinds of film cameras and kodaks. Paper and
Posl Cards In Gaslight and for Daylight
Everything needed for the Amateur, iou want
to see the Ensign, the best film camera of the
ilin-.   Guaranteed,
McKonzio Ave*. Ground Floor
Revelstoke. B. C.
Eggs for Hatching
K|*ga for hatching from  the follow •
:n^ Imported pure bred Morn:
8. C. Rhode Island Reds.-W.00.
Silver  Laced Wyandotte*,—12.00
Barred Plymouth  Roeks,-|3.00
S. c. find Leghorns,—19.00
Cornish Indian Game,—19.00
rTlilte i i.  ted  Black  Pollih,-t9.00
Emden Oe     $3.00,
Imperial Pekin Ducks.—*91.76.
Also itoi-k  from   the above for  sal*.
UBS. li. A.    UPPER.
NOTICE
Our logs are stamped
on the end "E" and all
persons are warned
against taking them or
the driving of nails or
spikes therein. Do not
touch our logs.
Revelstoke Sawmill Co., Ltd.
\\ \\ I I li - Placer Mine.   Ungineoi  hns
lesiring placar property, oith-
,i drod it     will
lO      I'll! lil ;|l
,- ir;.   fui   its  opera
tion.   Hi would i un Idol   j ' M It mine
81 ih  full pai ll  • I letter.
P, 0, Box 388, Ne« \uik City     8t
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cigars,Tobacco.
Mealp 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
tJasb Prices Pala
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exportor of Furs
Union Hotel
RESTAURANT
Under New Management
WHITE HELP ONLY
Stewart Macdonald
Proprietor
ihey  should  have  ■>•-'->•  maml
nide,    ,-i-     niiiii*,     inuru i '■ kol a
Mn,' mdd ilnm m,uiil l„ ,i-• uiiiinu 1,1-
od, Null Mm.'. I .ili.ulir i, ,, mull}
i li'\.-I   iirlint  Iml  ii  wn       liai-dly      in
IllM'pillH    llilil     lll'l     llllilll        lu    Ih -ih. i
.Woman   of  hrotul  ,niuu,'   la      .
Huul-   oil   a   church   all.u.     oven     in   a
play,      Shu depleta the different  shades
of iiuii in ii'i in tlml  mnBU'i'pii i ll»
Ben's   TllO   Doll'a   lluiiso    in   a       hu.m
i       ■    ■
nl-11-.lm   milliner,   anil   is   pu--,--i'd       ul
a carol-,  beautiful voice «lii' li m i hns
Irainod  In bo both flcxibl.'  nnd i-i
-Hi'   ill   il-   Inlli*.   ami   il   i-   Uliiui liuiat,.
lhal   Ilia-   manager   uses   such   methods
in getting  an audience an  were adopt-
i'ii    lii'i'i'   anl   ill    lii'M'l-lul,.'   an I      ,,: i„ ,
towns  alone   ili,'  lin,'.   Several  nttmi -
lim young  innn. ii. |      . ,1   ,|   ,n    |,
normal amount  of n i ve,  are
in  advance ui thn hIiow  i.> pell li
on   a   commission  I,..,-i-.    I In-   ,.    |„ ,
feclly  legitimate, Imi   uli.n  they      n-,.
ilm ■ Inii.'li or V. M. I'   A. as a     'lub
i in secure dollar* from the unsuxpi
men 'hunts, ii savorn much of unscrup
ulous   ilnaliii-M   Tl,,.   . 1,,,,, h   ,,i   Y,   M.
11'. \. usually gel ,, portion, lur
portion i- onl) tho bail used, and is
lianlli discernible wjth a hi_li |Kiwoc
telescope, Mam ,,i the loi*al mer-
' liiin - were highly incensed al Ihe
methods used by tho I abadie noi nts.
\    party    i-     working     lho placer
i.  ind  nl   Surprise   llnpids    on      U>e
bin  llii or,
Newton Vi.   Kniiiicii- has  instructions
ij   oul   i  tramway  lino from    llie
l ri.' I i-Miif iu I'l'H-iM- mn,li a' Trout
lil..'.  and i-   ii   mnl.  un  ilm scheme.
Arthur  ICvans,  ol  Reaton,    was    in
Hi.'   city   li-lil'lal    llilil   hlli'       Mim|i.is
,.i   iin from  iln* Spid.■[■ mineral claim
...i  Pool Creek.
iin ilm r.'M,niiiiiiidaiiun ,,i Mr, Aid-
rich, manager ni the Consolidated
Mining an.l Smelting Company, .Mr.
llm nnl, lii-ad uf ilh* mines dopartment
at Ottawa, has appointed V,. li. In-
nl Sew York, to take charge of
lhe Dominion appropriation ol ¥50,000
'in li" expended in     ascertaining      iui-
■ I   methods   ol   treating   the   zinc
ores ui Uritish Columbia.
\ Craig hns bought an interest in
iln* Linson group on Canyon Creek
ai   iii,- fool of   limn  Lake, and has    a
■ d iln".' nun at "nil. on develop
lin'  pay-streak   shows    ten  in.
of   ui.'   iiliiili   nill   iiiii   lull   ii/-.   silver
on,   in per cent,   lo 00 per oentf
m -I I,, gSin -.'iild Ore shows
in all the openings. An improved trail
i- being pul  into the mine.
I in'    Aurora     mining  and Smelting
.Company   have jn-i   adopted  a    torn-
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE
COURT Of REVISION
Assessment    1910
July 4-5 at The Edison
W.  K. Hainan will present  his big
Comedy Company  here  in  ih"  I lison
I heatro mi  .lull   uli  and 5th, next .
I lm rompnn-i   havo a iiniformc I band
and  orchestra  and free  street baml
converts mil  l»' given eai h 'i 15 Particulars 11 ill be given later.
(....I resolution at a meeting at Cranbrook, when it was decided in send
out their superintendent lo get in-
for...a tion foi a mill. The Aurora has
' im milling ore, and no use fur a mill.
Whal "ii- it sent lo the Alice mill
m.i- -a. li solid Miilf it would not mill.
li.i' fii  i- tlm Aurora bai so    much
in in i'- ore ii isup against tho
-un.' difficulty as other mines in British  Columbia  having rincy ores,    ami
i"  build  a  mill   in   tlm  | in   .a,ndi-
ii.iii nf  the  mini* would bosimply ad.
I ng another in tlm mill monuments
'imt mail, ilm mining mismanagement
and wa-:.- of the past in this province.
B. C. Wins Medals
Victoria, B. C, June 'li — Uritudi
Columbia's exhibit at the SoortMnsn's
PUBLIC NOTICK is hereby I »J>ow in Vienna, Austria, baa won eix
given ihai the Court of Revision]medals out of» i..tni of twenty-four.
of tip' Assessment nf LOlfl will be The award for the biggest bead in the
held ill the Cily Hall, Revelstoke, know w»« tsken by this province.
B.C., 'in Wednesday, Auk- 3rd
UNION HOTEL
AHHOW IIK.Mi, II. U.
special Attention uiven I'l commercial
nmn nnd tourists. Kirsl-cluss wimple
rooms, Plnesl scenery in British Colombia, overlooking Upper Arrow l.nkn.
W. J. Lightburne, .Prop
SKINS
All kinds
Reasonable Prices
Painting and
Paper Hanging
Satishittnm Guaranteed
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Cor. Third St. and RuIiijoh Avenue
imn. ni 7 o'clock, p.in.
Bruce a. Lawson,
City Clerk.
Storm on Prairie
\\  in .   Hu ^ .  -Inno  20.   I-'i.hm  ■„'
In    "i   0*1 Ki' K       tlii--       tin.i tiiht'    .i    li" I' C
-tuiin ingwl nver iln «ti 111-1. iIn-
wiml, pain .ui'l li'lith.i, lH»inu lonilli
Shackx un1' vin.ill ..nil),.ii <•- wore urn)
ten»l  litto    chipo    upon  lhu wa,    lull
i.i lii-i" i -•■ t hn ttmnngu i     i idoi nh\c
Mu\log Pictum looighis
The King's Funeral
Sexl   ni-i'k.   Pridn)   .uul     fi
■ Inly    I    and   J,, al    llm   Edi on
'ti.-   ii.-ii.' l   and   lal.-^t    pii till',
ing  ilm funeral proi anion of
K I   Iwnrd  \ II.   and oilier
interesting ami  inali ui live ml
■ -ii tin' -am.  evening.
itniilny,
Theatre
-  show-
llm laic
(. ilm, .
I   In.'   pul
Moving Tictures  to-night.
loses Faith
London,  June    ""—.in*    Martin
oomei oui di iini'. ly sgainat tho party
midnr wtlOM 'iinliiillii ho won bis
■eat in St. 1'iHii'r.i". Iln lays in bin
let'er to the prem lh.it he baa Inll sil
confidence in llic government anil he
aide   that   it   id   lhn   duly   nl   Overy
Radical to speak out before the  y ■
litieal police now being patched up ly
Balfour and Aaquitb la oom pie ted, and
the   Liberal   psrty    completely   ilea-
Irnyi d.
Uovlng Pleturea tonight.
Mnvini; Pleturea To-night,
AIDA 11KMMI, Boprano CHA8. COUTUBB, Tenor
National Opera Company, Opera House, Monday, June 11. -\
Page 4
THE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B C
3ATURDAY, J USE H6TH, 1010,
CAMROSE
The
Hub of Alberta
All Roa
CAMROSE
The Wholesale
Centre
The Railway City and Geographical Centre of Alberta
A  Railway and
Industrial Centre
This Map shows the Railroad Situation in the Cam
rose District as it actually
exists. The short line from
Camrose to Strathcona is
shown only as a projected
line, but, as the bonds are
sold for its construction and
the Government guarantee
granted, the line is definitely
assui*ed and construction
has now commenced.
This gives Camrose lines
in seven directions, making
direct communication with
over 100 towns within 100
miles.
Camrose is the first town
or city in Alberta to secure
the THREE BIG TRA.NS
CONTINENTAL ROADS
and has just claim to the
title of 'THE RAILWAY
CITY"
Watch Camrose Crew
A Manufacturing and
Commercial Centre
This Map also shows Cam-
rose to be, geographically,
the natural distributing centre of the province of Alber
ta. For this reason, coupled
with the fact that Camrose
has a lower freight rate than
any other city in Alberta,
the large Wholesale Houses
of the Dominion are establishing branches here.
Already we have Messrs- G.
F. & J. Gait, Ltd., Georgeson
& Co., Massey Harris, Co.,
Brackman-Ker Co.. Calgary
Brewing & Malting Co., Imperial Oil Co., Donnelly,
Watson & Brown, and Tees
& Persse.
Located in the heart of
Alberta's most productive
lands, with abundant water
supply and cheap fuel, five coal
mines being in actual operation
one mile from the city, Cam-
rose allords exceptional facilities to the manufacturer.
VSMOtrnt
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC ADDITION
Lies within Three Blocks of the G.T.P. Depot, the closesl m sub-division on the market. Its location is ideal, lying high and dry and
level, in the west end of the city, the best residential section. Lots are 25 / 120 feet, and are being offered now at $150 for inside lots
and $175 for corners. TERMS'. One-third Cash, balance in 3 and 6 months. Experience teaches that men who made their wealth
trom real estate were those who bought early.      Buying Now means large profits in tho near future.      Buy while the Buying is Good.
Remember  no  more  Lots will be Sold  at These  Prices after July 1st.
CAMROSE
Study the Map
and Cet Wise
Camrose Land and Investment Co.
711 First Street East, Calgary, Alberta.
A. E. Kincaid, Agent, Revelstoke
CAMROSE
Has Seven Lines
of Railways
**i
&
t SATURDAY, JUNE 2STH, 1010.
TtiE MAIL-HERALD REVELSTOKE, B. C.
PagaB
If our methods suit you
tell others. If they don't
Buit you tell us. Any criticism of our mode of
doing business will be
appreciated.
HUME'S SPECIAL
A news sheet devoted to the interests of the citizens of Revelstoke and surrounding
towns and settlements.     Our aim is to place before the purchasing
public the facilities of Our Big Department Store.	
Mail Orders.
Telephone Orders.
Send the children to
tho store.   Come yourself.
Have our city traveller
call at your home for
orders.
White Embroidered
Parasols
are in strong favor. The season of the
while oostume has opened and most good
dressers demand parasol, etc., to match.
A new lot of lovely White Linen ParaBols
heavily embroidered, and the price is not
out of the way, only
$2.50 and $3.75
Snowy White
Wash Belts
Ten Dozen New Crisp Snowy White
Wash Belts, what a lot of them seem lo
be wan'ed, for what white or other light
costume is complete without one. Al the
price most people can afford  one or more
35c. to $1.00
New Arrivals
Laces, Ribbons, Embroidered Frillings,
Sutoche Braids, Wash Belts, Electric
Belts.
Hosiery   Sale
To-night
Don't forget the Saturday night Hosiery
Hosiery Sale. For this Saturday nifeht
we have a mixed lot of Black and colored
Lisle Hose, and some all lace ones.
Sell regularly at $1, for  to-night only at
50c. a pair
Ever Bright Tortoise
Hair Pins
and Hair Ornaments, can be washed,
will retain their bright finish. Special
show of these goods in our Dry Goods
Department—Second Floor.
Athletic Jerseys for
Small Boys
White with Navy or Sky Blue collars
and arm holes. "Zimuierknit" goodB
perfect washers, all the little chaps want
them for the hot weather.
35c.
White Muslin
Blouses
50 Ladies' White Muslin Blouses, lovely
embroidered front trimmed with Val
lace, sleeves and yoke extra nice, Bheer
lawn.   A regular $'2.d0 waist for
$1.45 each
Knitted Suits for
Little Chaps
The little man of 2 nnd :'. years wants
something new as well. The " .lapon "
knitted suit is built for him—a wee knit
coat and trousers. The ladies who have
see these pronounce them O.K. All colors
$1.90 per suit
Collars, Stocks,
Jabots
The Chanticler Collars, Stockp, Jabots,
Belts, etc., are receiving lots of attention
these days.    A new lot to choose from.
The Slate Shoe
A few new ones just
to hand. If you have
not seen the new high
heel for men call and
Bee these. The neatest and nobbiest cre-
tions of the shoemakers' art.
Get Them at Hume's
I.
Glazed Kangaroo Blucher
The new swing last
with the high toe, and
the 2J inch Cuban
heel. Every edge
beaded and every
pair a genuine Goodyear welt. The dressiest shoe we have had
this season, sizes 4 to 9
$6 a pair
Milton Gall Blucher
On the same Inst as
the Kangaroo Blucher
but of medium shade
tan leather, the same
2i inch Cuban heel,
sizeB 4 to 9.
$6 a pair
A Nobby Oxford
A dark tan Willow
calf, made on straight
last with a high toe.
Perforated tips and
trimmings, an ideal
shoe for the hot
weather
$5 a pair
Trunks and Yalises
TKl'NKS—all sizes
from 28 to 40 inch.
Prices from M to 145.
GRIPS—14 to 20-inch
Prices $2 to $18.
SUIT CASKS — All
kinds; sizes 22, 24,
and 26 inch. Prices
$2 to IIS.
Get Them at Hume's
Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables
Always a large supply of the best and
niceBt fruits and vegetables in the city.
Ripe Tomatoes, Bananas, Pineapples,
Strawberries. Fresh Lettuce, Radishes,
Green Onions, Spinnage. New Potatoes.
Finest Oranges and Lemons.
Crockery  and
Glassware
Keep in mind this department, full to
overflowing with all the latest and newest designs in Crockery and Glassware.
Always a large assortment to choose
your wedding presents from.
Hot Weather
Drinks
For the hot weather we are showing a
large quantity of tasty drinks in the
following : Lime Juice, Grape Juice,
and Raspberry Vinegar in quarts and
pint bottles. Also a !ine of genuine
Fruit Syrup in Black Currant, Ginger,
Lemon, Strawberry, Lime Fruit, Raspberry, and Nectar flavors in half-pint
bottles. Try a can of our Big Wheel
Lemonade Powder for a cool drink.
Iron Beds, Springs,
Mattresses
We are just taking in stock a car load of
these goods, which includes a full range
of well selected patterns in all sizes.
Health Mattresses, cannot be beat at the
price.   Call and see them.
Hay and Feed
A car load of the best Timothy Hay just
received, also a mixed car of Wheat,
Shorts, Bran, Chops, and Cracked Corn;
and two car loads of Oats. Get our prices
when you want feed.
Carpet Squares
A full line of TapeslryB, Brussels,Velvets.
Wiltons and Axminslers. See our Velvet
Special at 123.00.
Linoleums
Linoleums and Floor Oil Cloths iust imported from Nairn's. Scotland, which is a
guarantee in itself.    A choice of I") pieces.
The Elevator is the most perfect type of passenger elevator
made. We spared no expense to
get the best and most reliable. All
the Bafety devices so far produced
you will find on it. The most
approved automatic safely brake.
C.B. Hume Sr Co. Ltd.
DEPARTMENT  STORE
Revelstoke,   *   B. C.
You may find a mistake in
our accounting, let us know if you
do. We have installed the finest
ollice system possible and are doing
our utmost to keep apace with the
times. You can help us if you let
us know of any mistake that}might
occur. Page o
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE B C*
WKDNE'SDAY, JUNE -"-'Ml, Win
Drygoods Bargain Sale
Oxford and Strap Slippers
H»i Pairs of Misses' and Children's odd
pairs of different linos put  on our table to
clear at less than can bo boughl at wholesale
prices.    Reg. 11.50 and $1.75 lines now $1.
Mid-Summer Millinery
Your choice of all-trimmed millinery at
Half Price   not an old or shop-worn   hat in
the lot,
English Prints
Cut ion goods advancing in price every
day   still we are offering these English Print
Shirts at 121c. per yard.
Ladies' Slippers and Oxfords
45  pairs Ladies' Oxfords   in Tans and
Black,   all tois season's goods, splendid value
at $3.   Now $2.   Odd lots of Ladies'slippers,
patent    leal her   and   dongola   kid.     Reg. $1,
now $2.00 per pair.
Money-Saving Opportunities
Ever>  daj and all day  opportunity   is
knocking, pounding and clamouring for you
to take advantage of the low prices offered at
Our Bargain Sale.
Savings on Summer Goods
Your   Summer wants    can   be  supplied
from our  splendid   lisl   of offerings,    Don't
miss getting your share of the bargains.
Boys' Nobby Suits
Two and Three-Piece Suits Tor Boys al
Manufacturers' Prices.
REID <& YOUNG
LOCAL AND GENERAL
11 m't (urge! Ihe Iftwn RPoiftl a' Mrs.
W, M. Lawrence')! on June 29.
The lum ral "I Hie late J. R. Mc-
V.iy took place hi Golden on Sunday.
N'ew Vork has done away with
plain clot l ea men in ilie police  force
F. C. Meyers, Greal Northern Agent
Bt New Westminster, bae disappeared.
C 1'. K. telegraphers have hern
granted an increase ot 7 per cent, all
round,
I lie V Y It. will lay out a Swiss
village at GJden as a home Ii r the r
Alpine puiilea.
Come anil get ice cream ami straw
berries at the lawn social lor St.
Jobn'a church. June 21).
...   Hevt' m..; ,. Ciij   Knnd  will  plaj
nl  the BniHl stand down lown „n Sun
.'   I  p.  in.
William McKerzie, ol the Canadian
Northern, says the line will he o* e- ed
[rom Montreal to Vancouver by July
1st. l'.'U.
D Bale, formerly o! Kevelstoke, has
rescued his position ni rond foreman
in Columbia ridiug ami is Biicceev.ed
by J. Good.
B. U. Hamilton, ol tbe C l'.H. land
offices at Calgary, has been sppi iuted
to take charge of the Columbia Valley
Irrigation Company's work at Wilmer.
Provincial Constable Dodd, ol
Arrowhead, wa- ia the city this week
nutted   lor trial
PURITY   FLOUR
To those who have not yet Riven Purity Flour a trial we
would suggest you doing' so if you wish to procure the best
as we absolutely guarantee every sack. Your money refunded if not just whal we represent it to be.
TEA   AND   COFFEE
We have a full stock of the leading lines in Teas and
Coffees and can offer you the host values on the market,
ranging in price from $1 per lb. to 3 lbs. for $1 as a special.
A. HOBSON. BAKER & GROCER
Your Insurance
Is  one of  the   most   important   items
in your business
LET Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, LTD.
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
ONE MERRY. MUSICAL  NIGHT
I.AUC.KST ATTRACTION  liVI K  IN  REVKI.STOKE
Opera House To-night
Wm. P. Cullcn's Sumptuous Presentation of
45 People   The All-Laughter Musical Comedy   45 People
"The Alaskan"
Revised, Returned, Fresh from Five  Months
Chicago Triumph with
RICHARD  F.   CARROLL
And the Prettiest, Sauciest,  Daintiest
Chorus of  "Girly Girls" over organized
A   POSITIVE N.HI-I.n     \l I1IENCE \ s.  ESKIMO (ilKLS
Snowballing
PRICES, 75c, -$1.00. - $1.50
S.lll!   W.'.lll, 'Sllll
ilil's llriii. Sloi
Tho   Kskiu ■        mil   llir      Uni       11.-i      n*l l     II     1,-iiipl.
I ..IK   II,  u
with a Jap who is eomn ■   „  :| ,  |ui|. h
nt the next Comity Court for obtaining money uniler false pretenses,
\
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liom    nl    tin*
In,I,Hit:
	
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..    -     i.-i-iliniiiul Nn. i
I 2T,  |i   ni    '
i     r   i:
Group o! American Beantiee with "The Alaskan" Opera Home, Su' . June2C
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Farm For Sale
11...
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.    Utlfllll     St,
_
,    . it I* |.    II.    II.    I llilil. "''I
• ,    . lip.   in.
Aii Italian  named  Alfred  Orsatti,
paid attenti m» t i Mrs Pelai
- .   .-     i   daughter   at   North   Hn).
\\it attacked  hy lhc mothei   with a
carving kn le and it     i   in the  hoe
■
It   bae   been   practically arranged
i i ati n    :'  King Oeorgel
will tak<   ;   . •   about  the  middle oil
May,   lllll     in    ed iti ..  after   tbia
. uy tbe Duke   I C innaught wi 1
i made aaiume  tin
mm-      Qei er .1,
-. *y:   Bros    are   i   nati  cl ing *
•irewiK.il cutting plant on tin   rirer
I »*ik   iK'»r   tbe   lactory.   I1       ri   d
.it in i i- "in in tin
. I tlia rivf-r at tl md
will be conveyed up ■  . ick    idder by
mi   elect rica ly driver  * inch  I
mw wlir-H' they will be cut into tli
required lengtbi  in I   ip il   inl i  con*
venlent litei.   A i> iwerlul twin * ri *
steam launch will be need to colieci
the logt and treee.   The iaw*eplitter.
electrio motor and other machinery ■■
are boused in a roomy (bed,
i   ■ link.
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Dominion
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U \\ I I |i    III   .-III     I    I      I In
,i.ivm    ..im    locution,   I'lnsi*   In   I'llllwnj
,11 I   ii I I.   (ioml  rond,  well   ivntered,
I" ni its    a I     botlgni    In ii* i.     Tlie
l'oh I ii nil liuiil.     Apply to P. Uni nea
\l ilnkwn,  It,  V. t.c.
IICJS
I nill : lil,   Pi i,.   ,|l    Mni-ilon ,1 I'h.
\,-\\   Kodak* .,1  Itcws' drug store.
Mor.. /     tu loan on real estate.   M.
V  Coursier.
./•■     »lull i        Si ■■ Ii-csh  ' In,
Hows' drug
M   ii   | .
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I.    leaf bunks,   both   poi-kcl   nuu
lil   ii   H n-iliiiiiild's drug -loivt
Mayor      .ii
\l       ll.   ..        VI. K
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NEW   HOOKS
The  Unffp>iml)lD CovcrncM    .
By Marinn Cr.iwforil
The   Fortune   Hunter
By  Vance
A   Moflurn   Chronicle
By
Winston  Churchill
Krlmrny ot lhe Orchard
By Montgomery
The Butterfly Man
By McCutchnon
The Green Mou*c
By Chamhere
White MaKic
By David Graham
Oon Q i Love Story
By Prichard
Under the Thatch
0y Allen Ralno
Bews' Dru
g Store
ihi   '   iiisi'i   .■■
f piiiun
Eil I   niifhl    in
_,...,).     i li
md   nmn inu     ■"" em ' ■■■ '
mnndi-r   I'enn   lhc   Si.rlh  P
,.i    im i inii     nn    I ''
■...i,i, lv i-leni        Im  i . I  i
.,, in liistriiil pji'liiie,
,i  .,,,,,, .I,,. ,   in, linlu,     Ihr   Ir'ml      nnd
■ i initiation    nf  buyei    nl   " il    '  ' ''■
and the blissful lo* n It ke   up   n
programme,      11,"      wholn
w||| be repnaled loniglil  and llie   now
will  i m..|i...  nl      IU '.'' I"' l>   In  pel
,;■■   ■ i,., ,. «Ii'i m i Ii i"   co Iho "Alo
Lun" at the opera hou o iu 'I"   o
■
i
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W. I'a
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• ■ with
bavin • ji;,. r(
mil        •  . .
Iinil nn mi. up ',, n
O.P R. as fa
ind
Tbey .   ,-,-y
wiiIiiii inn In nrs
hi i, nn  Dupl v  Safe \
Ini-i
 nn   ni   l'.i.\\ -'  drug
...    i      I 1 loll
I   llll • i       \ ill ll, ,,    |'l,.|i.n ,il ionu
|MlV, lll'l .     1.1 'Mill
M ...I,,,,.,! I'. tlruo
After Supper Sale, No 25
We nre going to mnke to-night's sale "the besl
yet." Rend the prices we are milking, and then come and
see Un- goods,   The values will surprise you.
Ladies' Suits
We linve seven of our
New Spring Suits that \u-
nnisl Bell, They nre the
very latest style coats, all
-.ill. lined, sizes 32 to .ts.
Thej '-.ild (ruin j!3llto$.57.51)
(in Snle to night nl ll.\],l-'
pkici*:,
Silk Rain Coats
I Ki,- is .1 chnnce to get
a lushionnble garment nl n
rliliculmisl) low price, Pine
Hiissiiiiier   niMui i/til   in;,
I'n.il,   perfect I) rain] (.
Sizes ..I to 'in. Colors
lilnck, brown, u:i\ \, und
the popular Mii|«->.. Reg.
Prices ,15 to $25. uu
Side In-uigbt at HAM'
PRICK.
Velveteens
A lull range nl colors in
.i linu.liiul rhjflfiii mn. li
\ i Iveteen, 22 inches wide.
i lue "I lhe niii ..i we have
evei ■ bnwn, A(t( i Sup| er
Sale l'i iiu
40c Per Yd.
Canvas Shoes
For Mlaaes—Just at the
season when white shoes
nw needed. Sizes run from
9 t.. \\. A firsl-class shoe.
After Supper  Sale  Prict—
75c. Per Pair
Fancy Silks
An I'stiu quality ol material, Boine lucked, some
with links und fibre Insertion nnd Borne shirred.
They are particularly suited
l.u yokes or for waists, and
are expensive goods, but
our After Supper Sale Price
is 50.'. per yard. This is n
snap,
50c. per yd.
Handkerchiefs
Alxnil '" liuin fine fiii-
hroidei eil find In in Btilchcd
handkerchiefs. They are
regular .'"c. anil .ISc, ^oods
Iml snin'e have heen used
iviudnw ii iii-.tiiiiit;. Our
After Supper Sale Price  i^
10c. Each
Wel "i inti, ii umkes no difference lo oui Regular Saturday
ni«hl A lu i Supper Sale." ICvery one knows tlml the
goods wc offer are new, seasonable and below reg,   values.
WHEN  YOU WANT
Good  Bread
- and you Bhould in-dst upon netting the t><*st nt, all
times-pel ours. Out* reputution for good bread is not
the result of chnnce. Our customers are satisfied that
mns is ilm must satisfactory bread tbey enn buy.
Try il nml you will become a regular customer, Our
Groceries aie also In keeping with our bread.
Gr. W. Bell
Phone No. 23      I
P. O. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
PICNIC   EDIBLES
When preparing tlie basket for Dominion Day
buy the picnic edibles ihut ton know you will
relish. Our stock in this line is new and prices
reasonable.    Phone 93.
McIntyre & Son
EXTRA
I iu-   in Lain will n
aftei II n'i lm k   H ilurdn
i" pei mil ' f i    io ",-, employed
in thn ilores to vi h ihe 'ipers
Kouse as i i possible i" witness
" 'I I"'       A I.i   Imi  i,        I |,,.      g|Oal
musical comedy, with l(i pnopli
III   III'- Ml     li
I      '
Ill
HIkh Wrijfli
"in" 11 ion     .   mu i        hi   i   ,|i
pre uni   i bi      lost of il I        ll
ii''.,. i
OPERA HOUSE—ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY JUNE 27
Russell & Preisch present
THE NATIONAL OPERA COMPANY
With
MISS AIDA HEMMI supported by a Go.'y of 40 PEOPLE
presenting
MAETHA
•j,
Complotc Scenic Production.      New and Novel Electrical Effects
A  FULL ORCHESTRA
Seats Now Selling at Macdonald's Drug Store
PRICES:        -        -        50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
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