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PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17—No.   61
flRST QUALITY TOOL5
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IT DOES NOT PAY TO BUY POOR TOOLS. THEY
NOT ONLY "GO WRONG." BUT THEY AGGRAVATE
THE MAN WHO USES THEM.
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF YOU USE POOR
TOOLS; BUT YOU WON'T LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF
YOU USE OUR TOOLS, BECAUSE THEY ARE PROPERLY TEMPERED.
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE
BUSINESS IN THIS TOWN, BECAUSE WE SELL THE
BEST AND DO NOT OVERCHARGE THOSE WHO GIVE
US THEIR CONFIDENCE.
SEE OUR STOCK IN ALL KINDS OF TOOLS FOR
THE MECHANIC. FOR THE HOME FOR THE GARDEN
AND FOR EVERYONE.
YOURS FOR   THE   " BEST   GOODS."
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd
Plumbing and Tinsmith ing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Otfioo*- Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
$10,000,000.00
5,913,000.00
5 793,000.00
5,793, jOO.OO
Branches or Agents at all principal points InJOanada,
Afienta in Great Britain and United Sutes—Loudon, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited, (/hiea-go—First N.itioual Bank, Corn Exchange National Bunk. Seattle—Seat tin National Bunk, San Francisco—Wells F.-irgo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward,  r<w»lvp<1, and interest allowed at
current raw from date of deposit.   Oon-uopondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
>*U>r -.*., .», lor v".'»» oi
Ladies' Fashionable Skirts
In all sizes and lengths, good materials.
A large range to choose from. Alterations
to ensure a perfect fit. Come in and look
them over.
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
Schram Fruit Jars Give Satisfaction
$1.75
1.50
1.(10
Half Gallon Si/.e, per dozen
Quarts per dozen
Tints, ]>ei dozen
By following the directions and giving them
a fair trial you will be convinced of their
superior quality.    Try them.
John Mclntyre & Son, Phone 93
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 5, 1911
$2.50 Per Year
ELECTION PARTIES WARMING UP
Organizing Tor Preliminary Can
ter in the Riding
Things arc already shaping up ki
this riding (or the approaching eloc-
i Ion .inii liutli parties are iiuietly
working away with apparently good
results. Although scarcely a week
has elapsed since the announcement
of the date ol the election there is
an undercurrent that signifies something doing. Tho organizations arc
liuili working away arranging minu-
tln preparatory to a (jood start and
■ n Him whole everything signifies a
contest which while short, will be
none the less Interesting lur being no
short,
The Conservative Association has
already opened up club mums in Sul-
kirk hall, which will be thc lieaul- j
quarters of the association, and the
party is very hopeful of retaining the
riding which has been theirs for somo
time.
While nothing ran as yet Iki definitely iriven out as to who will be
the candidates, yet it is generally
iiiKlpi'StiHKlthat Mr. A. S. Goodeve
will again contest the riding for the
Conservatives and that Lawyer McDonald of Cranbrook will be in the
running for  thc  Liberals.
west of the Cascades, $8»,924.50j' 2112
licenses for lands east of the Cascades, ?31,869.70; timber license trans
fer fees, $2,645; timber license penalties, ?550; 129 coal prospectors' licenses, $16,Uld; and miscellaneous, $2,-
7.14.94.
P. CUES ROUSE IN KELSON
The Squaw M Enthusiastically
Received in Lower lountry
Vancouver, Aug. 1.—Friends of Geo.
H. Cowan. M.P., surprised Conservative circles today by stating that he
would not again be a candidate in
this city, an announcement to this
effect being expected from Mr. Cowan
within a very few days. Mr.
C. H. Tupper and C. E. Tisdall, M.
P.P., so far are the only names mentioned for the nomination. Mr. Cowan is expected here next week.
Quebec, Aug. 1.-—Rodolphe Forget,
M.I'., has accepted the candidacy in
Montmorency. .Sir Wilfrid Laurier, it
is stated will be his opponent in the
forthcoming contest.
The Nelson News bus the following
to say of the Squaw Man w'aUh will
be at the Bdison theatre on Mouday
night:
The well-known play, "Tlie fil.uaw
Man," was presented lust eveniug tt
bhe opera house to u packed ..iilui'tce
.Manager Horubead having rr j.-.-fnl'.
to send many of his patrons aiivj,
as every seat iu the bouse --.as sold
uy 8:45, and one strict policy rule in
force absolutely prohibits ;ne pacing
of extra chairs in the aisles mil pa-j-
Bagewayi.
!    The play  is not unknown here and
the excellent presentation last nigli1
'fully justified tbe generjas patronage
bestowed on it.
George   V.   Dell  as   Captain    James
iWynnegate, afterwards "Jim Crest-
on," IC'.lna Marshall as Lady [liana,
and Oapitola Marshall as Lady Wyn-
negate were excellent in their respective parts and a word* of praise is
due Mr. Longstreet's "Cash" Hawkins. Mrf Bennett's Tabywana, l»!en
Porter's Not-U-Bich, and Al Sui.tU's
Big Bill. Master Lee as Little Ilil
made a bit and the youngster lad a
curtain call all to himself, fhfl coss-
pany was a well-balanced one and
the leading characters were we'l supported throughout the play. Bbt.voon
aots Mr. Bennett, on behalf ,'. the
compuny, thanked the aiidien :e for
the generous patronage liestJ.vel upon the play and announced a::.id applause that in the future t>'.e company would most certainly include
Nelson in its western trips.
LACROSSE BOYS COMING
Saskatoon, Sask., Aug. 1.—At the
convention of Hum bolt riding tonight
J. Harvey Hearn, a prominent young
barrister of Wadena, was nominated
as Conservative candidate against Dr
X.B. Neilly at the forthcoming election.
Winnipeg, Aug. 1.—It ie rumored
hare that the Dominion government
will exercise its prerogative and prepare the Winnipeg an.l Brandon voters' lists instead of permitting the
province to do so. This is done under a section of the act which provides that where the lists have not
been revised for a year previous to
the date of an election, the federal
government may step in and do the
work.
Vancouver, Aug. 2.—It is understood that Hon. William Templeman,
Minister of Inland Revenue, intends
resigning from Sir Wilfrid Laurler's
cabinet and that he will not again
be an aspirant for parliamentary
honors. Recently he intimated that he
would not stand again as the Liberal candidate for Comox-Atliu, his
old constituency. Some definite statement as to his intentions is expected
this week, and there is some gossip
that he will attend the local Liberal
convention, which will be held in
Pender Hall tomorrow night.
Sapperton Juniors Will Be Here
Week After Next
It is expected that some time in
the week after next the Sapperton lacrosse, hoys from New Westminster
will lie in this city, as they are due
soon tn leave their const retreat nnd
journey eastward.
A letter has been received in the
city  from  the manager of the    team,
asniiig for a date to suit both bbe
convenience of the visitors and the
local team, and in the interests of
sport it Is to lie hoped that this
ilate ran be arranged satisfactorily,
aad that there will be enough spurts
in the eity to guarantee the. little fellows sufficient to warrant their com
ing to Revelstoke. Spurts eust
money, and if we are tu have the
boys here we must pay the price, uf
course the managers ul the boys want
sume suit of a guarantee that the
receipts will he large enough to pay
expenses, and the local men who have
the matter in hand want to know
just ahout the same thing. Keeping
all these facts in view it would lie
the hest way to get out and Bell tic
kets to those who want to see the
locnl boys trim the visitors and add
another feather to their caps. In
the event of such a procedure it is
just more than possible that the gate
receipts might earn sufficient to put
a little money into thc treasury ut
the local aggregation. It goes without saying that nobody would refuse
to buy n ticket even though they did
not -.visit to see the game.
And another thing. Just uow
((like a number of the hest boy players in the city arc now away on their
holidays. It would he well to round
them up in the next couple of* weeks
so thnt they can be on band to give
the visitors a trouncing. Any one
of the local boys would be sports enough to forego a week's holidays for
such a pleasure.
May Visit Revelstoke
Mr. A. E. Davis, manager for Mr.
Mark Hamhourg, the eminent Russian pianist, was in town yesterday
to propose that Mr. Hamhourg might
break his journey taeic en route to
the coast in November, and Mr. J.
Bingham has signified his willingness
to put forward un effort to insure the
engagement and to give tbe citizens
of Revelstoke un opportunity to partake of a rare musical treat. We are
informed that Mr. Hambourg'i> time
is booked up to 1915, so thut there
will not be another chance for Canadians to hear this great master play
until after that period.
Tale of Two Cities
On Tuesday night at the Edison
theatre the famous picture in three
reels (3000 feet) "The Talc of Two
Cities," of Charles Dickens, will be
shown at the usual prices. This picture is acted by the fambtts Altigraph Co. of New York and is considered a masterpiece of modern photography and acting.
The same pictures Will likely bc
shown again on Thursday night, ns
the management is endeavoring to
hold them for a second night's performance.
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELT
PREMIER HOME AGAIN
McBride Greeted by Citizens when
Passing Through Here
Premier McBrlde passed through
the city on Wednesday afternuuu on
his way hunie from the Coronation,
to throw himself into action for the
approaching election, Mr. MoBrl-dc
.s ;n except lonal goi d bealtb and
has ihe appearance uf having been
much benefitted by tbe trip. In a
ahort interview the premier express
ed himself ae very much pie ised with
the appearance ol thine? ,n the liml
in connection with the coming election and predicts many surprises, ea
penally in old Ontario. Tackled on
the question ol entering the Federal
arena. Mr. McBrlde intimated that
he had no such notion, but also intimated an eagei 1mm,im tu get hack
to Victoria to direct the movements
of his party in his home province.
The Premier was greeted ut the
station by W. W. Foster and a considerable number of his staunch Conservative  supporters.
IIM.Y
HINDI'   WOMAN.
QUIETLY WEDDED
H. Bews and Miss Gertrude Dent
Away on Honeymoon
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mrs. Dent,
on Wednesday evening last, when
Miss Gertrude Alice, youngest daughter, was joined in marriage to Mr.
Harry J. Bews. Tbe bride wore a
becoming dress of white Satin, and
carried a shower bouquet of cream
■iride's roses. The maid of honor,
Miss Eva Thompson curried a bouquet of pink Carnations anil wore a
gown of white embroidered marquisette over pink mcssalinc. The bridegroom was supported by Mr. C. 8.
Dent, brother of bhe bride. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
R. J. Mclntyre.
The happy couple left on tho mid-
nighi train en route to eastern points
The Mail Herald, with many friends,
join in extending to thc bride und
groom hearty wishes for a happy
married  life.
P. O.  Box  208
QROOER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
B. ('. TIMBER LlOBNBBS.
Vietur.n \u.-. :' Tli • returns for
the in* nib ui *J i.l.. for Ul * timber
branch oi the provincial department
"f lands show a total of receipts for
the period under review of Jll.'l.113.94
the various heads under which this
contribution to revenue is made    up
Hi wb     I'.ve  hundred    and
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. i.—On Instructions received today from Ottawa, the immigration authorities ben-
set free the Hindu wife and child *|of
Ilira Hingb, who had been refused admission to Uritish Columbia on the
ground that tbey did not come by
direct passage and did not possess
$2110 each. The husband had taken
out habeas corpus proceedings.     His
wife  is  probably   the  only  Hindu wo
man in the Dominion,
FIELD NOTES.
Miss Hunter uf Spring Hill, Nova
Scotia, has hecn engaged as Bchool
teacher lur the fall term. Miss
Hunter has had eleven years experience ill the east and the people uf
Field are to he congratulated on haling secured her services.
Mrs. H. II. Benjamin, of Revelstoke
is visiting friends In  town. •»
MiSB Anna May banning gave n
birthday party to a number of   her
young friends ou Wednesday last,
which  was very  much enjoyed  by  all
present,
Mr. Mitchell of Golden, pienchod in
St. Stephen's church on Sunday Inst,
this  gentleman   is   always      welcomed
here, He announced that there would
be a regular preacher for next Sunday.
Mr. Tomlinson left on Tuesday for
a trip east. The boys arc saving up
all the tin cans that they can lay
hands on, and intend giving blm     u
I.ll.I.ll'UTIANS RETURN,
Those cute little Lilliputians which
entertained large audiences in the
Bdison theatre a week or so ago "ill
return to tlie same theatre on Wednesday night next in u new play entitled II.M.S. Pinafore. Tin- itriors
scones in this play give great nope
to the miniature actors and actresses for the display of their l.s,. i i■liabilities. As tbe name if the 1 lay
suggests -ailurs, sailor cost ir.108 and
sailor scenes abound, and s erne very
comic situations are Introdujo-l. ''In-
daily papers are very loll I in their
praises of the company In 'ins piny.
HANK    OLBRK    IIKAI).
Lethbridge, Alta., Aug. 2. Hugh
B, McLachlan, beller and accountant
ol the Muisiin's Bank nt Diamond
City, was found lying on his bed in
in., room at the oflloe this afternoon
liv Manager D.O. Morrison when he
returned from lunch.A revolver on the
hed   beside   him   sbuweil   lhe   cause  ol
dentil, lull. Whether suicide or ac.ei lem
is a..i  known.   Nu couse for suicide
is revealed as his accounts and life
were cun eel. and exemplary. He in
tended leaving tomorrow fur his homo
in Alvinston, (Int., to visit his mother who is ill. Deceased was popular
in   Diamond   City  and  in   Lethbridge,
where he was fm- two yeais previously.
ninety-five tiniter UcmiM fur   lands | lively reception oa bli return bome,
CT
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel and Tinware
We can supply your
wants in the above lines
with the best Goods made
in Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Paints.    We sell them.
Wishing Tackle, Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders in these, and also
carry a very large stock ul'General Hardware, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
a
(WN CLUB  HHOOT.
Following are the scun-H of the Revolstoke Gun Cluh for buttons (ol  the
I I  of August 2nd:
Barber  ik
Sturdy   l-l
Maediiiicll   211
Cronyn  11
Foote  H
Cummings  H      —
Shoot oil in class A, Maedonel]
tout Sturdy; Crouyu wins lu B; und
Foote wins In 0,
Ham and Eggs Bacon and Eggs
Imperator Hams and Bacon
Fish Halibut Salmon Sturgeon
Smelts Rock Cod
Imperator Cooked Hams Shrimps
P. BURNS <& COMPANY. LIMITED
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd
Distributors for Swift's  Products
All our choice fresh killed
Beef. Pork, Mutton, Wai,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in, mir new Cold Storage
Cooling rooms and displayed
in the shop for sale in Refrigerating Glass Counters
and Window. We handle
nothing but Swift's Government inspected meats, silver
eaf lard. Premium hams &
bacon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
11 uni Class Meat Purveyors
Phone 251
P. O. Box 181
tl
Season tickets for
yourself and family
That's v.-li it the Victor an.1. Berliner Gram-o-
phone gives you. More than that. Not only
(me season ui entertainment, but many sea-
.sons.
A iui you don't have to go to crowded theatres
or go out in bad weather. You can stay right
at home and enjoy in perfect comfort whatever kind of entertainment you are in the mood
to hear—the best music and entertainment of
every sort.
The nszt time you r.rc passing, s'.op in .iml hear tiie Gram-o-
phone.   Or make i specisl irip *-••■   ill feel ■•.ell repaid.
No obligation to 1m.iv. Inti if you ilo want to buy yon enn pel
n('p ' ' ■ f'j.   Otlitr styles up to #300,
and un ui.-,;, tctlBI it dtjiretl.
Nor' West Talking Machine Co, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,    B. C.
Wholesale Distributor:! [01 I'n.Mines
ui Alberta and British Columbia
Agents Wanted! Liberal Discount!
MM*. «.
of" i*riSa». Saturday, AUGUST 5, ian.
(the ADaU-lberalb
P0BLI8HED  WEDNESDAY  ANU
8ATUSDAV  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
Jntettoc B>ubiit?bino Company
Limited
ADVERTISING HATES.
Legal notices m cents per line flrht
lnsertiuu, 5 cents per line each
subsequent insertion. Measurements Nonviariel -,1a hues make
one inch.; -Store and general
business announcements i'2.it) pel
inch per munth. Preferred posi
Uons, 25 per cent, add.tiunal.
births, Marriage**, aud Deaths, 50(
each  insertion.
LauJ noti.es (T.oti. All advertise
meats oubject lu the approval cl
the management. Wanted am:
Condensed Advertisements ; -
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sn
uaticcs wanted, Situations Va
cant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanic*
Wanted, 25 words or less, 25c
each additional line 10 centB.
Changes il standing advertise
ments must be in by ') a. in
Tuesday and Friday ot each week
to  secure  good  display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on mat
ters of public interest. Com
mumcatious to Editor must be
accompanied by name ot writei
not necessarily tor publication,
but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence  should  be  brief.
SUBSCRIPTION  RATES
Including  postage  to  England,   Unit
ed States and Canada.
By the year (.through postofhee) J2.51
Cbc fiDaillbevalfc
THE  2^A.IIL-H:E^^LD, KEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   AUGUST 5,   1911.
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SATURDAY,  AUGUST 5,  1911.
Well, tbe campaign tor the conn»r
elei t.. i, Is * B, and both sides ar.
..:..:.,.- up lor one *.>: tlie greatest eon
tests.i. the biatorj ol the Dominion
Both the leader oi the governm -n
and the leader of the opposition ii.
the house at Ottawa have expreBSeu
their Mews on the subject ol recipro
city uu wtriob the issue hangs, unu
•rom now on platforma will hum with
pros an I c ns that will Bomewhal
• tors. As a matter oi
[•jot  • .     nothing more   »oi
icss bhan entering .nto a business
contract with the I mted States t
admit it tree trade in certain oatui
„, prod icts. The question should hi
viewed both at close and long range.
li is ,t matter tnat every Canadian
U Interested m and a matter that
Will eflect every resident ol the Do
minion, and .is Buch should be given
tbc     cli Best    ol     stud).     The bias.
..,1 not only consider itself in thi
on the reciprocity pact, bui
ild consider bow ,t will eflect tlie
West, and the West should think   oi
East.      Manitoba should consld
it  Saskatchewan and  flee versa    all
all ng the line.
Tbi 'lear cut, aud all per
. : ■ laid aside and
not •:.-.■ ::ie election except as
relating to the ability ol the man n
Ituendes In the
p...-. imeot. In tbis riding A. S,
.... tless c .:*t* st      the
■seat :    is now  -   I    ng, and it is ru
mor.-1 thai pponent will be law
. ■   Mi D •• *.. *   if Ci anbrook.     II    I
.
*    * *  *     ection,     but    is
rder 1
ectorat      o that    iu
ition of the rW
;n .i posit lum
,   * lidate  .n the   lowei
-.!        A. .-     .   ideve     has
impion of the
of  t lor some
fc    i.      •    ;       ■**.[*,-
m orator, !><■ h *.s     at
vi.'n m.ii-  the  governmenl
...    eat
w.'th- it I ting      in
■■ti-.tie.rr he  ■ ipl I* ■•■'.      Ml
':-     -     l '
■ here     and
(MK *     '. * it   .:: KBPWt  to ths
•_*     i.m:!,..:.      *   B
s in the right place.
:.'••»  *     •  ■:    do ■  ■■'■ Uh BP] l
mg i-    •••    •   ■ annoui     ;  ■'■■■•      li
III n :.".'.   - fill .
It'll,   n   I* .r   Ri
It's tbe Ml ■   -■■   I tli*
■   ri tbi iao      I
:.mt.
II..1 eported ai
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, ■    ... r.  ■      •
tu.n ur.s.n  "irt ■
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An,**- ..    itati imi I  ti  in ■ •■ pres
thi
:•   to   ii. - Ml ofl.   Tbej   tii
.i.lX ■   -i ■     •.•■■• ttly bene
ftttint-  tin   United  states  from      an
booooi point, it will  uitim
^teiy lead t ofl' During
tbe   BMBp :      ''',l     Stales
lTesilent Tafl anoounoed that the
o\)en « ti '•■ prevent imperial enm-
mercial federation Bine* us pa»«-
.-ly-.. ■■>• th- lenaU bla actions have
,*i*,ii., that hi* believe* il will do
imTt than thii—11 will Irnil to BOOeJ
■ . iii*. ,ii a lettei to tbe Hearet
papers eon-gratulatee thorn on their
(jlorts to tpicad  the g spcl ol reel-
=^'
Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coai Yet?
Remember the mines on the prairie have been shut clown
now for nearly four months and the strike not yet
settled.    Order your coal now while you can get it.
BRIQUETTES $ 8.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
STOVE  COAL $10.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
WELLINCTON  $11.10 per ton
(soft coal)
WOOD $7.50 per cord
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
^=
procity.   Umiii Is Un* letter:
The  President's Cottage,
Beverley,  Mass., July  23,   1911,
Bdltor Now York American:
I wish tn express my high appreciation uf the energetic work of the scv-
n Hearst papers nnd of tho members of your stall for their earnest and
useliil effort to spivud tlm gospel of
reclarooity, and I congratulate them
■ m the success that has attended the
Evangel.
WILLIAM   11.  TAFT.
And hen' are samples of thfl Hearst
lampaign In favor ol reciprocity,
which  were favored  hy the President.
The New  York Journal said:
We look forward to the day when
this whole North American continent.
.vill be ime great nation, as it should
bi.
Again  it said:
The wiser members of congress it*
ilize thai the people endorse the very
■line .-nnl conservative plan of tho
iresiih-ut. Many   of   the   very   able
men throughout the country are work
,11k '" behalf of the measure— with
bhe president at their head—and this
congress will he known not as a dull
••oneness of reaction, but as the special Congress that united fan.nl.i and
thfl United states iu business matters
while waiting for and developing,
through trade, a closer union in political  matters.
Tins view of tin' ease must of
course he considered. .lust
as we entangle our fiscal policy with
:i nation ten times as great, just as
surely will our political policy ultimately lie dictated by the greater nation.
ALPINE CLUB FACTOR
B.C.
One Hundred and Fifty Attend
Meet at Sherbrooke Lake-
Ill Graduates taken into Club
In all human     beings, no     r.».ittor
how civilized, there is a prim
sliint.      a  hanker,ne  alter   the      life
primeval, u feeling of sympathy with
nature in the rough, a longing     ■    •
in the     mijst ol .t.     We 1
sun an.l     drink     in I      ■
smells, the sounds, and     unwttl
hark lack lu our m     * ■    ds *
(  ..ur  ancestors -the  primitive   man
■   *   . ,*,, ■   •:.
this unconsciously,      * *  <•
of the instinct is dlscernable   u    the
great satisfaction denied from
ng and  dwelling
earth.      Those  who  h.i
in, untn in districts will i        thi
ng, the ■      sire i      et
top, to sc<- what lies t>ey<   d   I
■hat. patch ol sunlit .^u* *
alluringly   i.e.ir  the summit   ,,(      y,,n
stately peas,  to stand on the i
that crag round   ■»'
9oM) circling like a pii
to scale thai
to     dare,  I    do,  to att tin  the t. p
most heitcut.   It  is man
tinct ol achievement, •
mi; of difficulties, the pitting
...i      ..: ttacli
I, thi   .
queit.
It .s feeling! and Bens tt   •■
come to those
cially  gather   it  the Canadian      Al
pine     ( ■   in   the     i anadian
une  hundred   and   Bft .   al
tet.de l  ■        jeai  at   Shi
inder  thi
lent T.   V    Patterson,  of  Woodstock,
,l  • tie   i'i-f'..i ts vote it  tbe     •• '
time they evei hud In their Hvea, The
ik a, forty gi iduate ■ w-bo succeeded In climbing Mt. Daly, and thi
em       mi • .perlenccs     around      the
camp flres will live long  ln the memories of t)...se present.
P it man, President of the
Alpine Cluh of America, und judt'fl of
th<> B: preme lloint of New  Yoik, re
Aliii-l li a   in   a   toast,  to   that.
ami w, W. Poster, Deputy
Minister of Public Works, replied to
tbe   lo.ist   to   thi   Province  of  Uritish
Columbia In part as follows:
it is difficult indeed to adequately
(.-knowledge the mo-1, kind inception
(,'laen Juiltre I'utm.in and myself its
vour gUfliti this ovoning. Thc hoaiiti*
fui surroundings of the camp, the
thoroughness with which every detail has been looked alter hy the ei-l
ecutive, the earnest work and charming courtesy of Mr. Patterson your
acting President, coupled with that
spirit of good fellowship and deep
appreciation of the camp and its opportunities displayed hy all must
mark the present gathering as ono
thai is indeed a privilege to attend.
May I further express to you the re-
gret felt hy the Hon. Thus. Taylor,
at boing unable to personally participate in this meeting, and to oxtend
his congratulations upon the work
already accomplished, and the hope
that the prosperity and surcess already attained nre but indications of
what the Alpine Cluh of Oanadn may
ultimately -become. The time lion
oured phrases of welcome to those
who are guests in Uritish Columbia
ou this occasion would not lie adequate, for the freedom of this portion
of the province, its mountain ranges
and vast areas of snow and ice, yuii
already obtained by right ol conquest
and your welcome therefore is rather
that of pioneers, and of ones who
have been largely instrumental In the
exploration and revelation of the
matchless scenery of this province,
and who on that account, are lovers
of the great west land.
Coupled, however, with the pleas
ure we must all feel at the opportunity of attending camp this year, is
regret at the absence of our director
Mr. A. (). Wheeler, who apart from
his sei nt ilir attainment, and the fail
thai   he   was   the  organizer   of   system
atlc topographical Burvey work
throughout these mountains, is appreciated Iiy the cluh and I may
add particularly bj British Columbia
as being without peer amongst the
many distinguished men who have Interpreted to the uninformed the mar
villous beauties with which nature
has   endowed   tins   province.
Fortunate indoed was that inspiration that led to the formation of the
Alpine Cluh .d Canada, ami doubly
happy ill that at. its head have been
officials of insight and courage, men
wh,* knew the hidden mysteries of the
mountains and how l>est to reveal
them.
Around th.. rani;, fire this     t\
the  members h.r. • assembled      from
the  beaten   pnths  *•'   -■".    be
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value • reported  upon     for
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'fi   'i m  I.,,- litlel nr"  [jr..
vid" 1     Whilst   thn  ronl   honrlnE  areat
I. i     ■     ,*■* *     •■    p|   ,.l  .,1   to   ,-|    verv    I'lll I
extent.      We may   - herefore    Indei *i
say   that   o.n   i" -.ui ci ■   m *       *ie,*in'i lv
touche i. and ih.it. despite ti,o enorm
oui development nnd mdvanoe of tlm
pail few years, which is readily Uliis-
lr;il id       by       tli"   In")   that   while  t,"ti
years ivgo the Income of the province
Wa nl,out. two nnd one hull millions
nnd the annual expenditure on public
works    lefs    than uuu hull million, I
whilst being heavily in debt the province was without credit in recognized linancial circles, this year's income will he over ten millions, whilst
the amount actually being spent upon public works exceeds live and one
half millions, and the Provincial debt
could easily he eliminated with its
visible assets.
In his introductory remarks President Patterson was good enough to
pass sonic complimentary remarks upon the road building work undertaken throughout the province. In
building roads broad lines have been
adopted, and a system Instituted by
which the main arteries in each section of the country Bhould become an
Integral part, ol a general scheme
of trunk roads. This culminating
from the point of view in which we
as a cluh are particularly interested
in what is known as the Inter I'i o-
vinclal Highway extending from Vancouver to Winnipeg. A project lirst
broached hy the Hon. Thos. Taylor,
nnd after a plan of action had been
laid down, and some work done in
H. ('. ihe provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba were consulted, and their co-operation secured
In 11. I', thfl work is making rapid
progress, Commencing at Vancouver and New Westminster the road
will run to Hope, thenee Princeton to
Trail, crossing the Columbia at that,
point hy a very line steel bridge for
the construction of whicli arrangements are now being completed, tbence via the Old Ilewdnin trail to the
border of Alberta. Whilst supplementary to this scheme is thc International Highway extending from the
Gulf of Mexico to Vancouver.
A further undertaklog of tho great-
.st possible interest to you is the
extension of the Calgary-Banff motor
road, through the Dominion Pink,
and ihence jointly by the Canadian
I'acilic Uy, Co. and the Provincial
ilovernnient through the Vermillion
aird Sinclair passes to a point near
Windermere where junction will he
made with the existing Cranbrook
Golden road, thus providing a lye
path from the Intel-provincial road
or a round trip from Calgary thru'
scenery of matchless beauty. Surveyors are already at work upon this
road, and it is Imped that early next
season actunl construction will he
pressed.
Yet we all realize that our work is
just beginning, we believe Dritish
Columbia is destined to be the greatest, as well as the most beautiful of
the fair sister provinces of our great
Dominion, and that we .nre fortunate
indeed  to  he present, at  this      parly
stage of its development, in which it
is recognized that, this club by means
of  its widespread  membership      and
the extraordinary  publicity given    to
i'ts views of, and pu'liKications 'dealing
with  our   Alpine  regions  is taking a
very  great  part, and in  greeting the
I membership of the club from     other
'portions     of     this continent  or  the
Mother  Country  tonight,    it is  with
.the full knowledge-that they too   are
| proud of, and share that faith in the
destiny of our province.
And may 1 conclude with au invitation to these guests to extend their
trip through to the coast, to the cities mentioned, and obtain riirtiuv
insight into the marvellous resources
of both mainland and island.
THE    SQUAW    MAN    (IN  MONDAY.
Clarence Bennett and his excellent
production of "The Squaw Man"
with a powerful cast and special scenery comes to this city on Monday
next at tho Bdison thentre. The following notice from the Saskatoon
Capital speaks lor itself.
Among ihe productions scoring successes at the Umpire The Squaw Man
certainly ranks as one of the foremost of the season, and it. is not tho
slightest exaggeration to say that
Clarence Bennett and Co. are presenting one of the strongest organizations of its kind on the road. In o.
weak cast n play of this descrip11
would easily fall into the old melodrama style, and the beauty and nil
absorbing interest of the plot would
he lost, but in capable hands you
lose sight of the fact, thnt you are a
mere onlooker and foel that you arc
part of the surroundings in actual
life.
The story hns heen given in these
columns previous to the presentation
and a very large and attentive ntid
ence witnessed the initial performance and nmply showed its apprecia
tion by the frequent hearty applause
given the leading actors.
m
EDISON THEATRE
Wednesday. Aug. 9
Mv Popular Request
The Royal
Lilliputian Opera
Company
will return anil present
Their Best Show
KesmedSeats,$l
75c and 50c.
Victoria, Aug. 1.—George W. Mor
row, formerly of Prince Kupert and
a well known resident of the Comox
Atlin district, hns announced himself
ns nn Independent l.ihernl candlda-t'
iu that constituency in the approach
ing* elections for thc Ottawa house.
Moving pictures at the Riiison theatre  tonight.
Foundation of
a Fortune
seven times out of 1" h.i-
beenlaid in fortuimte ami
timely laml transaflions
Many an ohscure person
lias risen to wealth and
affluence this way.
FORT FRASER
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Is Canada's most promising new town. Rend this:
IT IS SITUATRD in tlie
centre   of  tbe    Nechaco
anil Bulkley valleys, famed
as agricultural and stock
raising sections anil very
prosperous. It is located
upon the junction of tbe
upper aiid lower Nechaco
rivers, on a delightful
slope of soft Intnl. It is on
the main line of Craml
Trunk Pacific transcontinental railway. It bas
water communication as
well. A natural distributing centre,
inside LOTS Sioo  on Terms  ot  S20
Cash and S10 monthly.
OORNER LOTS   1150   on   Terms of 170
{ Canii and S10 Monthly.
(        Printed details, maps, ami
) al! data supplied Iiy
CHAS. M. HELD. Agent. Revelstok
Tlie title to this townsite is
guaranteed by the ^ov-
einmenl <>f H. ('. ainl deposited in Trust with the
I dominion Stnck ami Komi
Corporation <>i Vancouver,
Capital $2,000,000.
New Electrical Supply Store
Open August 16
Complete line of Electrical G<*)ds. Fixtures,
Motors, p"ans, ele. Electrical (ind mech-Hnical
indfrtdkf'n m moderate prices. Estimates
■given, All work under personal direction and
satisfaction guaranteed.
A. (i. DUCK,   -   General Manager
More (ind Office, Old Howson Block
Sixty Years the Standard
DrPRICE'S
CREAM
Baking powder
A straight, honest, Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder. Made from Grapes.
Makes better, more healthful food.
Sold without deception.
NO ALUM-NO LIME PHOSPHATE
"Alum Io food mast therefore act as a poison.**
—Pro/'. Jii/insi,     Yule Valnetsiry.
Read the label.
Buy no baking powder untesB
the label shows It to be made
from Cream of Tartar.
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EDISON THEATRE. 1 NIGHT MONDAY, AUG. 1
THE    SQUAW    MAN
H. E. PIERCE & CO.
Present Edwin Milton Royle's
"The Squaw Man"
Unquestionably the Most
Fascinating American Play
OF   zA   DECADE
TH[ SENSATION OF THE GtNlURY
Exactly as Presented for
Two Years at Wallocks
Theatre,  New York  City.
Reserved Seats, $1.   Admission, 75c.
Children, 50c.
THE    8QAW    MAN
Houses Moved and Remodelled
General Carpentry and Repair Work a
Specialty. Orders will receive prompt
attention.
J. H. MacBain
Phone 58 P. O. Box  112
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Di ts, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get vour Screen Poors and Wind )\vs made to
Onler.
G. 2). S/?at£ff   -    'Proprietor
\
Photos! Photos! Photos!
Get your Photos at the TRUEMAN .STUDIO and
be satisfied. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
It will be your own fault if you a cept anything
that does not fully please you.
Baby Photos a Specialty
Developing and Printing for Aniab .rs. Vices
Right   See me before sending woi   out of town.
A. D. Tourner
Trueman Studio - Over Macdonald's Drug Store
GOURLAY PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
Cull mnl sei- them.   i,ct us riv* vnu tin.* reawn
wh) tilt) .in' ilie best iiiiii money can boy,
Edison Phonographs - Vietop Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter & liCeminK's
Gherhard Heintzman   and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos. !l
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1911.
THE! IMI^IIL-IHIIEIR^ILIX   EEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 5,  1911.
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
MONEY ORDERS
The Money Orders of The Canadian Bank of Commerce are a safe,
convenient and economical method of remitting small sums of money.
They are payable without charge at every branch of a chartered hank in
Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of
the United States.
The Orders and full information regarding- them may he obtained
on application at the Hank.
In the event of loss of a Money Order the Bank will, on receipt of
a satisfactory guarantee, make arrangements to refund the amount of
the lost Order, A232
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH- F. M. GIBSON. NIQR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that goes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATED£I856
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund -    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches ia Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN8A0TED
SAVINGS
At all Branohes.
BANK   DEPARTMENT
Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
IT SURE IS HOT !!
But is always cool at thc greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Ideal Plaee to spend the Summer Holidays.     Natural
Hot Water Baths, 124 degrees of heat.
Rales from $ 12 lo $ 15 Fer Week
Write us for particulars.   Wm. Born, Manager
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 him, he will
tei' yon that the whiskeys we are
Bolting are the hest. Call nml he
convinced. No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey) our
Frapln Liqueur Brnndy, gimrnntead
Ml years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medieinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines und Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
FURNITURE
We Carry a complete stock of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Etc. Get our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
REVELSTOKJ],   B. C.
•   Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    FirBt-Olass in every respect.    All modern convenience*
Large Sample KooniB.
Ratis $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
^ms£^
suitably   furnished   with  the choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rate.
^LBIEIRT     ST01ST3U      PROP
Lum!)
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B.C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown in our own Nurseries
on the Coldstream Estate
V. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent,
Vernon, B, C, Revelstoke, B, C
umbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, -Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
• required invour business.
Lump Goal
From the Pacific Coast
Two cars just arrived in Revelstoke.
First class for Stove or Furnace.
Orders promptly delivered.
Leave your orders with A. DAVIDSON
or at the office of
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Estate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands in parcelo of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
CEMENT BLOCKS
Manafaotnrtd for ah ci •*■»•*■ of  bnlldtuff
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
Por sale in larva or small qi'HotUies
at the lowest prices for >•.■ >.
AU kiods of hnil'jiiitf aud plastering
undertaken
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
The annual meeting of the Revelstoke Hospital Society will be
held on Tuesday, August 15th,
1911. in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
at 8 p. m.
W. D.ARMSTRONG.
Secretary.
Revelstoke. B. C. July, 24, 1911.
E.   G.    BURR<DQE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FOR SPRI C PARTING
Let me paint your house right. I do
nothing hut iirst-class work. Quality
considered my price is low. The best
materials used and work done when
promised. Try me on your interior
decorating. My work is -guaranteed to
please.
SIGN8—I can furnish you with any
kind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.   Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting at my
shop iu alley back of K. J. Bourne'i
Store, First Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD'
Residence for. 3rd St. and Robson are
H.B. STONEXi
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kind*-  neatly done
Bicycle and Gnu work aspecialty
Estimate!! gfven on auy clans
of work
Front       Street.
UNION HOTEL
AKltOA'HKAD, B. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
WAFTED—(ieneral    Iiluckeniitli,       at
oace.    Apply l'olace Livery Stables
IIRST-CLASS
SHOE SHINING
and Office Cleaning
Perrons wishinn their office*
nr stores cleaned ran do so
by leaving orders at
Morgan's
BarberShop
/ GONZAGA COLLEGE 18|2
Conducted in  lho Jomilt Cat horn m n
innmlliiK ""'I o»y sohool loin upon lla
Jubilee year, wllh a well known rocnnlul
alendy I'l-iiKii*-' nud Nitoraw, In It*. |in -i tm
stain m uftvulniimenl, with Hn complelfi
■Inirof loinpi i, ni prufanors snd n- uplo
dnti! rqulp»ent, it olfrra (winy llu- lic»l
•*.lHintii'intl fuel llii- "I mi) liiiMl.iilhiii In
tin-imr'liwi-i Kali collegia-lii high ao-oool
and HinuiH-rri.il ooiir-uw, also prspatatori
department Ioi younger rtudsnU mm
rear'* enrolment .'iin    i-'ull term opens on
Sl*|)l.   I),    lllll.    OtfalOgUO   nil   lt|i|ilii'ltllnll
Aildn—H President, Ooiissga Dolli-we, t)|ic*
kiuii'.WaiJi. .U> l'i
kor BALS- Six roomed house, new.
Fourth Htroet, $600 rash und Iml
ance easy monthly Instalments. —
Apply .1. II.  Reader, Vernon, D. C.
POR BALIS—SIX Dairy ('own, nlso 1
thoroughbred boar three months old
—Apply Mra. L. Murtln, Sicamous,
B. 0,
"AT IT HERE SIRCE 1900'.'
»*.*4SSl*
CO.
you WORK,
MflKEMR MONEY
WORK TOO.
BKPErosmnGMJRJAVirKK
WITH US THEV Wlli-BIBn
A% INTEREST WHICH
WECREPITMOPITHLV .'
MDMOrOSRETURri1
/IBLEONDEMflriP
ilS QUICKLY A3 THEPIlftLS
GflM CARRY IT.
PEOPLE JUST /tS GflREPl/L
t\W CAUTIOUS f\$
VOUCAN BE,
/IRE WE11-PLEASED,
m THOROUGHLY
SATISFIED,
with mEvvnyirittriitii
our Rwiness is
TRANSACTED-/) BUSINESS
NMrMfrED BY PEOPLC OF
MATURED EXPERIENCE
MlflfESTIIlTGfiRITX
fl P03T/1 L.GIVIHG
YOUR WMEA/IPPRP.SS
WlUr PROMPTLY BRIN6 YOU
FULL- Ili FORMATION.
I ..WRITE mti.
SHouLpyouMVEdiiy
PINKNGML BUSINESS in
vrtiiGouvER-'Viciriiry,
RENTS TO COti-EGT.
AGREEMENTS FOR SALE"
MORTGAGES TO IfOMFTER
/INPCOU-EGT.
FIREIfliURflnCETOPWGE
LBTUSrtTTEMDTOIT.
WE ARE PLEASING
,  OTHERS WE Will-BE SURE
'   TO PLEASE YOU.
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321 Cambie Street;
i^V&ixcower B.C.^
WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
A Symposium of What is Happening in
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SOUVENIR TINS
60 <t   a pound
In e^mmrm-r.itinn of the cotonntion ot
King Geortfe V," Kldnvayi" bave put on the
marvel .1» i nallon iln ol :i moki i ictureiqut
andeiqul ilta dnisn. Mnrimr excellent portrait!
of King i-roriM- V, (Juten Mary and tlia I'rlncfl
nf VValea. Special panela have been drnlffnnl
i ntlrtfl < .Hilda, India, Africa, Au»tiau.i
.... i Sew palanri,
i inly .i nrmtcd number have hcen impoitcd,
I'rlctOOo* lor one jn
Al   lli-l M.-i-
A portion ol Hamilton, Out., asylum waa destroyed l>y fire. (July tit*
bravery of tire officials enabled the
l,l)i>U inmates bo be safely  removed.
The eity council ui Winnipeg, last
uitjlit. appointed a committee to negotiate with tbe Btreet Bai.way In
regard to proposal tu purcbase the
system.
Party leaders are now preparing
lor the fray, Sir Wilfrid banner will
commence his campaign by a speech
In Ontario next week.
;iHi« Portage la Prairie eiiy authorities offer oi ■UiO.UoO for the plant ol
the locui power company has been
accepted.
Thu taking over by tiie C.P.R. of
the completed sections of the National Transcontinental is being discuss
ed at Ottawa.
Winnipeg uud Brandon clubs may
drop out uf Western Canada Baseball
league unles the salary limit is adhered   to.
There is no water to be bad iu lid-
nrontuu owing to the bursting of u
main, und au epidemic is (eared.
.Sir A. U. Aylesworth has written
to Isaac Cuwie iu regard to claims
of the Pioneers uf Rupert's Land.
Premier Fisher, Australia, says
tbo Heview uf Reviews article entirely misrepresented his views.
R.J. .Mackenzie's Vernon .McKinney
captures rich chamber of commerce
stake at Uetruit races.
A dinner tu Sir A. Aclaud Hood
Will probably mark the close of the
breach iu the Unionist ranks.
Trains will huth enter uud leave the
new union depot iu Winnipeg next
•Monday   morning.
Monday, August 14, has been selected by the Winnipeg city cuuncil as
Civic Holiday Day.
Reciprocity  will  be    the issue       in
every  province  iu  nest  month's  gen-
I erul  elections.
An inquiry will be held into the
grounding ol  the cruiser Niobe.
It is believed that danger of war
with Cermauy is over, but nil depends
on results from a conference the
Kaiser has had with his chief ministers,
A vote of western miners ou strike
will Ire taken to Und if they are will
ing to huve the mujority report taken as a basis for negotiation.
A party headed by William Rockefeller, president uf the Standard oil
company, passed through Winnipeg
Sunday evening.
Corporal C. L. Dison, of Lord
Stratbcona's Horse,  was drowned in
tho  Assinibuinc  river  while  in   bathing.
The members of the Winnipeg
police force presented their retiring
chief, J. O. McRae, with a cabinet of
silver.
A large party of Ohio editors arrived iu Winnipeg Sunday evening.
proceeding   westward  to   Saskatoon.
The military report of the imperial
defence committee shows the unanimity thut exists throughout the empire.
A club costing $1,0uU,iiihi will be
erected by Canadian clubs in Chicago
A prisoner escaped at Prince Albert
though tired at by warders, but was
ultimately  captured -by  the police.
A new local tarifl over the C.P.R.
westward from tbe head of the lakes
has  been arranged.
Penisa Maid, R.J. Mackenzie's fastest trotter, died suddenly at Grand
Rapids on Saturday.
Frank Johnson was shot and killed
Saturday morning in a Winnipeg club
by Henry W. Redd.
Tbe Corinthian football team of'
Kngland is carded to play in Winnipeg August 19,
PLENTY OF NICOLA COAL
FIOLV NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL
Himikam:. \V \sii
Catalogue and llntei on Applies!Ion*
AddreMi    Sibtkr Supbriok.
FoR KALK-Two lots 3.'lft. In North
Vancouver, 1135 cuBh each. Apply
U. Hilton, Siconil itreet.
Company Arranging to Handle
Season's Demands
Mr. F. McCarty baB received word
from the Nicola -/alley Coal & Coke
Company that Uritish Culumbia will
be well looked after this winter dc.
spite the strike in the Fernie region.
In a letter Irom the company, an
excerpt reads:
'With regard to the outlook of
coal for the winter, we are installing
a new washcry and screening plant
at the collieries immediately, whioh
will be in operation by the first of
October, when we shall be in a bet -
ter position than ever to handle the
domestic trade."
A representative of the Company
will be in thc city shortly to make
arrangements with Mr. McCarty for
the  winter's supply  lor Revelstoke.
There are a large number of users
of this coal in the city and tbe need
ol extolling its merits as a first-class
fuel is unnecessary. Call on Mr. McCarty early and make arrangements
for a supply. 4t.
Fall Fairs
REVELSTOKE   Sept. 11 and 12
Peachland      August  2Mb.
Nicola  September 7th
Kamloops   Sept.  14 »nd  15
Armstrong     Sept.  21 and 22
Vernon  Sept. 19 and 21
Kclowna  Sept. 26 and 27
Salmuu Arm  Sept. 28 and 29
Summerlaud     Oct.   17 and 18
Nelson  Sept. 16 and 27
Victoria    Sept.   5-9
WHEAT  t'l'TTINC   STARTED.
Brandon, Man., Aug. 2.— Binders
have started on the experimental
farm and the first crops cut are a
new unnamed variety of wheat, and
Daubney and Orloss oats. The new
wheat, which appears to be a good
crop, is so much earlier than Red
Fife and tbe wry early Marquis nar-
iety, which has been engaging the
the farm officials are not sure that
attention of farmers generally, that
it is not a "nine days wonder."
$50   REWARD.
I will pay the above reward to
any person or persons wbo will give
me Information that will lead to the
conviction uf the party or parties
who on Monday night last robbed
my hencoop of a number of my beet
irds.
JOHN SHAW.
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j&&£Pr"*''>  -rum
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The Lilliputians in "Pinafore," Edison Theatre, Wednesday, Aug. SJ SATURDAY,  AUGUST B,  1911,
THE nVC^IL-HIERJLLr), EEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 5,  1911.
WHY CLIFFORD SIFTDN
OPPOSES RECIPROCITY
In an Interview He Gives His
Views on tne Subject—-Wilt
Hot Be Candidate ihis Term
Ottawa, July 31.—Hon. Clifford
riitton was interviewed today In regard to the Political situation and
his own intentions.
Do you intend to be ., candidate in
lira:*.'.**:,  again ' be was aske 1.
No, 1 have written to tbe Liberal
ass *-.., . :. ol tbe canity intimating
ta.it I have no intention of offering
myself  th re  :**i   re election.
Will you Contest any other ridtag7
I have no present intention of doing
co. I pre.'-er not to be a candidate.
Will you take any part in the election?—I shall be willing to do anything in my power to assist in bhe
cam;*.-..-.-:, against reciprocity, The
views wh.ch 1 have expressed In tin-
house have become stronger, us the
disc*.**-*. *.. .*. .*  pi  ceeded.
What are thc principal grounds ol
your opposition to the treaty? From
a business standpoint, the arrange
ment is upon the whole injurious.
General phrases about larger markets
the greater freedom of trade are
meaningless without application to
the particular conditions of the country. In any arrangement of the kind
proposed, th*ero will be some benefits
and some injuries. I regard the benefits as largely problematical, while
the injuries in any ease are certain.
Tak.ng the situation as a whole, it
appears to me that the disadvantages largely outweigh the advantages.
To be more specific, take the rase of
Ontario and Quebec. While there
may be opened up a market for a
few more or less unimportant pro-
ducts, which are not now readily Bale
able, and while the prices of a few
high class products may be temporarily raised, ihere is an alwolute certainty that the market for tbe great
bulk •■' the staple products of the
farm, such as butter, eggs, sh.ep.
hogs, etc., w.ll ta Hooded from the
outside. In addition to this it is certain that many Important Industries
will be *jmi ously affected.
What   about   northwestern   wheat?—
Tbe    contention    that     the  western
wheat  grower will get  a  better prioa
under reciprocity has been pretty well
shatter, !.      A   leading article ui    the
Manitol a  Free  Press ol tbe  12th instant, - * ng   , moderate and reason
ed si  •• *      *    *: the ease' for the treaty, ■  claim that  tha      price
will     be     higher.     The article, after
pointing out that Great lint.oti takes
onlj • cwt. of wheat      from
all countries. ..nd showing that     the
western  wheat crop may soon    reach
;"            "     tsbels, ruts the question
as follows    'The problem  before Mr.
Borden is t    demonstrate     bow   the
Canadian producer can dispose of this
vi   uni    .    •    i to be limited to   the
i *.:., ..,,;,  market  and  to the  BrH ish
market."
1 an  tl  -   , .*■*-•.  n  be  satisfactorily
jwered?—1 think so.   Great Britain
settles  ;:.-  price of wheat for    three
reas •• -    - .■   is the largest importer
of wheat;           s   . tree trade country
she         • carrier. She there-
lore acts   .-   the     world a   clearing
it    as foi    many other
comm**«-!.t                price in  Britain is
settled by the world's supply and the
I. II the United States
' •   a   .-..nat      Importing
itrj   an '■  want  50,000,000 bushels,
It would make not the slightest difl
erei  she   >  igirt  it      from
Can.. . ..*....    Egypt   or   India
What the *..•••. St .i* al boi be I
fron.   the I's   -upply   Would   affect
tu*-*  lemand and the price m pit
lhe same way wherever she might get
it. Tei   ■ *. . would     not
mai ••• ■ gi        • el •■■*   -  • I • an
 i wheal ise ol wheat    l*ing
free between I anode uud the United
States • atio of the whole avail
ar.le  in     ...   t     the   *li*'.'
the price oi .heat m the world's
oeotre ■- • • :: ide; .,-.. I that In turn
reg Uai rice In th-    ret
C me.- oi '.:. -arth where there l-
trai ri .t..- ti take trie wh- it ;..
the  w   :i .     mai
i    n > -  "-a    iae a little more
concretely—Yee    Mupuoac    uexl
tbere ia  s  shortage  in  tbe      I
'    • This
■bort ted in-
creas- *i* tbe   world'i
tbe price nt th
wortd s oentn    I I li        Fi ■■■■■
tbere .t stifll ns  the I ra.s
es the price at all 1 Bbip
ping i*.  ; ■ -■•     11 •- •■•   '      Tbe Unit
td Btati '•    n      ■• bush
els wherevei  M   » on it • mvenli
the     market  price enhanced    by the
United Statei   lemand. it make
llu   sl   -hi  it      ilerence      w!,cr        th*
ffheni ought. Every primary mnr
ket in  the  world  gets tbe benefit    of
• '  lemand and the enhanced  ;*nce caus«d by tbc shortage      tu
the ■»; lentally 1 may      re
mark 'hat a study of tbe statistics
anl 'be agnciltnrAl conditions of
the United Htates U'-ics not indicate
tha- she .* any Dearer to becoming
-,' mporting .oui.try than she
uns twetrt}   years ago.
Uut the most serious feature of the
arrangement, Mr. SHton continued. Is
ibe lacrlflce <A our fiscal Independence. The more you look at it, the
jnvre certain does it become     tbat
j from the moment the treaty takes ef- Tbo  value of nil their  freehold      nnd
feet, our policy will  be controlled hy leasehold  lands and   their plant    nnd
| what is .lone in  Washington.     Today equipment   is   placed  at   $038,000   and
we  are  tl •        st   independent country $572,000   respectively.      For  the    Hist,
in the woi'l     W*   absolutely     control tour months of this year the profits
every department id our public     ail of the Canadian Pacific Lumber Com
ministration.   Once   we   put   ourselves pany  at   Port   Moody  nnd  the Aiiglo-
into n state of dependence upon  Am- American   Lumber  ('ompany are given
eric-Hi   markets  and  American  tariffs as  $37,000 and  $54,000 respectively.
our freedom is gone. With it goes the The  prospectus  points  out that  up
main spring of our  National  life.  No to the present time the timber     has
intelligent   man  can  deny  that      the been  left practically untouched      and
policy  followed  by  the United Slates the  profits have been almost    vliclly
in  excluding  us from  her  markets in earned    by    manufacturing       ii mber
tbe past has Ireen a prime factor in from logs purchased in the open mar-
maktii'g Canada a self-reliant and in- kets.   It is intended to continue this
dependent  country. It was at lirst a policy for tbe present, as it is Irmly
hardship, and   bhere  was every  excuse believed that the timber will increase
for those     who sought     reciprocity, materially In value irom year to year
Now   that  we  have overcome tbe dif- ns has been the experience   in   ether
liculty,  and  won our w:.y through to parts of Oanada    and    tbo      United
independence and  prospiUity,  there is Stales.
no excuse for throwing away the ad- The  directors  of the new corpora-
vantages of our  positii n.      Thc true
path   for Canada  is  the  path  she has
been   following—a  digni til   Independence in  policy and a vigorous development aud careful conservation      of
! ber own resolitces.  The  treaty  is  the
first step towards    the     exploitation
and   the, subordination   of  Canada-
Have  you   anj   opinion   to  offer  re
garding the    probable result of   the
election?—No,  but I hope and    trust
that   tbere  are a   great  many  thousands of Liberals in Oanada who   are ,
patriotic  enough   to   put  country  he-J
fore parly, and stand by our true national   interests.  Particularly,  I hope
that  the  thousands  of  young      men,
who have  lately  been forming themselves  into     non-political     Canadian
clubs  for   purposes   of   discussion   will I
see that the ideals toward which tbey '
have been working are in danger ami
will,   regardless  of  party   affiliations,
throw themselves into  the  light.      It
makes   little  difference   to  the  future '
what is the name of the party which '
is  In   power for  the  next live years, :
Imt it  is of incalculable     Importance
that     the  true  lines of one national;
development should  he  firmly      nnd |
ealously  maintained.
tion are Messrs. M. II. Carlin, Victoria; W. W. Fraser, Winnipeg; R,
W. Gibson, Winnipeg; J, I), McArthur, Winnipeg and Thomas Meiedrth
New  Westminster.
Mr. A. S. Goodeve will pass thru'
the city on Thursday next on his
way from Ottawa to his home in
Rossland.
Corporation of tlio City of
Revelstoke
Rebate on Taxes For 1911
A discount of twenty per cent, will
be allowed upon the General and
School Rate for current year, upon
all Taxes paid on or before September  20th  prox.
Ily Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Aug.2,  Sept. 20 City Clerk
Man wishes work with survey or
cruising party or would clean lnnd
by day or contract. Three years
experience on surveys in Kootenays,
two years clearing bind for big realty linns. Address Oriental hotel,
Advertiser.
COMPANIES AMALGAMATE
Merger Has Been Formed By Sawmills of British Columbia
The London, Bng., branch of
Royal Hank ol Canada recently
••I for subscription an issue at
per cent of 6350,000
first mortgage bonds
the
ffer-
Cl.1
six per Sent,
of the Canadl in
I'acilic Lumber Company, Limited,
ivhich embraces an amalgamation of
live distinct British Columbia Raw-
mill corporations together with their
respective timber holdings. The authorized capital is $3,000,000. It Is
understood that the flotation picvedl
. i-ry   successful.
According   to   the     prospectus       i-- I
sued in  I,on.Ion,  the companies  form
ing  the  merger  are as  follows; i ai a   ;
dian   I'acilic  Lumber  Comp\uy,   Ltd., |
I'orl   Moody,   Anglo American    Lum-j
ber  Company,   Ltd..   Vancouver;  Gibbons  Lumber Company,  Ltd.,   urow.
Lake. Barclay Sound Cedar Company I
Ltd..   Alberni   Canal,   Vane   .    i     Is
'.and.  and   the   Rivers   Inlet       T mier
Syndicate, Owekano Lake. Tb".   cwn
four sawmills with an estimat   I - .»
ng capacity of 270,000 feet d ol. . Tl e
Lotal timber holdin -s ut rhe conihi i
ation are given ,*.t  2,337,469,000   feel
You Can't Leave ihe Beard Behind
So Don't Forget the Gillette
The hearty open-air vacation life seems to makes tlie beard
grow as it never grows at home. To the man without a GII,IJ\TTK
it becomes a downright nuisance.
Cleanliness, comfort and self-respect demand the morning
shave. But boats, trains, summer resorts aud camps provide scant
shaving facilities.
That never worries the man with a OII.T«KTTE Safety R*?or in
his tfripor his pocket. In lurching cabin or swaying Pu!]tnan--on
the back, porch or beside a convenient stump—wherever the morning
finds him—he can enjoy liis regular three-minute GILLETTE shave
in solid comfort, with a lordly independence of place 01 circumstance.
Pack your grip with discrimination. Travel Hgllt. Leave out
the "unnecessaries" of life. But whatever you do, don't discouut
your holiday by starting out without "The Razor of To-day."
Standard Seta $5.00. Pocket Editions $5.00 to $6.50.
Combination Seta from $6.50 up.
At your dragfiat*a, jeweler'a or hardware dealer's.
The Gillette Safety Razor Co. ol Canada, Limited
Office and Factory, 63 St. Alexander Street, Montreal.
Office* al»o in New York, Ctucaro. London, En*, and ShancHai, Chins,
Factories in Montreal Beaton, Late eater, Berlin and Paris.
267
The Woman Question-
p Three Meals a Day
This is the problem
confronting  &■
wife    a prob cm of
vital   importance  to the
home, and one be ;
by ;i trip to (-ur store and
puri-hasc- of
For the Woman Question is not only
what to eat, hot hoiO to conk it, and you find
the answer in Qurney-Oxford first in construction, as well as cortvfcnience ; first in
facilities for control and readiness, The
Divided Oven Flue Htrip assure.-, perfect
baking because of its even heat-distribution,
and in every detail the perfect construi tion
of this Chancellor Range assures satisfactory
cooking results.
Another phase of the question is
economy, and we invite a visit to our store
expressly that you may examine the marvellous fuel-saving device the
Oxford Economizer
Gurne) Oxfords are  the only   stoves
iii ensed I • \- itent    It
need at ., proper angle i"
hold heat fnr hmi    • 'attention.     No
fuel 11 '*<•• isted    *i a io per c<
Grate • ■   A with  strong
teeth   th it  sa n  of clinkers
and   waste,
In   point  of  appear,ui":    nickel   trimmings, beauty of design  ei      the Gurney-
Oxford has not a rival.      (   ime lo our store
and  find the  besl answer to the Woman
Question—a Gumey-Oxford stove.
Lawrence Hardware Company, Lid.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke  Land  District.
District ot  West Kootenuy.
Take notice that I, Josiah Hack,
of Revelstoke, B. 0., occupation hair
ilresser, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lnmls.
Oommenelng nt a post planted ati
about thc south-east corner of Harry
Johnston's application to purchase,
and running north forty chains,
thence east sixty chains, thence south
forty chains, thence west sixty chains
along the Lake shore to point of
commencement and containing three
hundred and twenty acres more or
less.
Dated July 17th, 1911.
JOSIAH  HACK.
NOTICE.
Itevelstoke  Land  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that 1, Harry John -
ston, of Arrowhead, B. C, occupa -
tion Merchant, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described  lauds:
Commencing at u post planted at
about three hundred yards south of
Creek un sand point about two miles
north of Cape Horn on Upper Arrow
Lake, running twenty chains north,
thence eighty chains east, thence
twenty chains south, thence eighty
chains west along the lake shore to
point of commencement and containing one hundred and sixty acres more
or less.
Dated  July 10th,  1911.
HAHRY  JOHNSTON.
FOR SALE
1 Washstand and Dresser.
1 Three-quarter Bed complete.
1 4-foot Wood Bed and Spring.
1 Centre Table.
1  Small Air Tight Coal Stove.
1 Sheet  Iron  Air-Tight Wood
Stove.
1 Sideboard.
'Everything in good condition,
UNDER    ENTIRELY
NEW   MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
Hot mineral baths especially recommended for invalids and those in need of
toning up.
Exclusive bath9 provided for ladies, 26
Private Rooms handsomely fitted up.
Kates $1.50 to $2 per day, or $1(1 per
week.
H    COUSINS,   PROP.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
The Dominion Elections
will soon be on
so also will be the
The Shooting Season
Game Heads Mounted by
TAXIDERMIST EDWARDS
P   O. Box 31
Mrs. G. H. BROCK
Corner McKenvie Avenue am! 4th Si.
Clean Milk I
Get your Milkman to produce a Government Certificate like the following:
No. 1930
Contagious Disease (Animal) Act
Grade  B. Certificate
This is to certify that I
have inspected the premises
and herd of T. Lewis, of
Revelstoke. The premises
do not strictly conform to the
condition set forth in the
'standard,' and the herd has
been tested for tuberculosis
once a year and has been
found free from that disease.
Remarks :   Cows  are  in
good shape and milk handled
in a sanitary manner.
(Signed)      Dr. B. R. ILSLEY,
July 3rd, 1911.        Inspector.
Note :-The only fault with
the premises is that while
the "standard" calls for
800 cubic feet of space for
each animal, whereas our
stable only contains a little
over 700 cubic feet for
each animal.
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory is now running and
we are in a position to supply all kinds
of Iruit and vegetable boxes and crates.
Those who have not already sent us
their orders Bhould do sc at once as they
are coming in tost, ami we would like to
deliver all orders in Koori time' Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
and prices can be had on application to
S. McMahon, Revelstoke, or to
THE KERNAGHAN LUMBER COMPAUY, LTD.
Salmon Arm, B. C.
-.5 A.  V.
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No.
and  A.  M.
Regular     meetingB are held ln MASONIC TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'      Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m.     Viaitins brethren     art'
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Becretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12, 1. O.  O. F.
Meets every Thuruday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. G. MeRAli, N. G,
JAS.  MATHIE,   Secretary.
COURT      MT.      BEGBIli,   No.  1461.
OP I. O. F.
Meets ln I. a O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera HotiBe every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visit-
ing brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Sec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ol    P.,
NO.  26,  REVELSTOKE,  B.  O.
Meets every  Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday ol each month     in
Oddlellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visit-
ing Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y. SIMPSON, C. 0.
G. H. BROCK, K. ol R. ft S.
M. ol F.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
MeetB 3econd   and     Fourth Wednesdays    in  each   month in    Selkirk
Hall.     Visiting  Woodmen an
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Coa. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  Olerk.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Luud District.
District of   n.i.t  Kootenay.
i „m* mn hv tuaC Henry H. MeVity,
ol Rovelstoke, l>, U.„ occupation, accountant, liiii-i..,.. to upply for per
miusiou to puicuuse the lollowing Ue-
sjenbed laud.
Commeuciug ut a post planted
on the iiiMi bank ol the
Columbia river at the north-eust
coruer of Lot koUiA, Group One, Kootenuy District, nnd marRed "Henry
H. Mi*..i) :. . „ui.i. West Corner
l'ost," tuuuue Buni iU chains, thence
uorth su chuius, tbence west 4U
cbuinB more or less to tbe east buuk
ol tbe Columniu river; theuce south
uloug the eust buuk of the Columbiu
river 8U chuius more or less to tue
poiut of commeuoement, containing
•i-U acres, more or less.
Duted Muy iutu, 1911.
HKNKY H. McVITY.
Per i'lun ies Robbins,    Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Lund District.
District of  West Kooteuay.
Tuke notice unit Edith G. MeVity,
of Revelstoke, B.C., occupution mur-
ried womuu, intends to upply for
permission to purchase the following
described luud.
Commencing ut u post plunted on
the eust bank of the Columbia 'iver
8U chaius north Irom the North West
Corner of Lot -SiiulA, Group One, Kootenuy District, uud uiurkvd "Edith
G. McVity's South-West Coruer
l'ost," theuce fust 40 chuiuB, theuce
uorth 8I> cbuius, thenco west 40
more or less to tbe eust bauk of the
Columbiu river; theuce south ulong
the eust buuk of tbe Columbia river
80 (huius more orless to the point
of commencement, contuining 320
ucies more or less.
Dated Muy Uth, l'Jll.
EDITH G. McVITY.
Per   Charles  ltobbiUB,     Ageut.
HARVEY, McCARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors, Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building RevelBtoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Rovelstoke,   B.   0.,     and
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provineial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
McKENZIB AVB„
BOX   106,
Bngineerihg
REVELSTOKE.
NOTICE.
CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation Y.R.U. aad North Star
.Mineral Claims, situate iu the Trout
Lake Mining Division of West Kootenay District. Where located:—On
Rapid Creek.
Take notice that I, 0. B. N. Wilkie
acting bb ageat for Cutler Thomas,
Porter of Spokane, Wash., U. S. A.,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B 94976,
intend, sixty dayB from dato hereof,
ta apply to the Mining Recorder for
a Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining ft Crow» Grant
of the above claims,
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
before tbe issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 19*1*1.
O. B. N. WILKIE.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Marie Scott, of
Nelsou, B. C, occupation married
woman, inteuds to apply for permission to purchuse the following described lauds.
Commeuciug ut u post planted 80
chains west from the S.W. Corner of
Lot 8148 und running north 89 chains
east 80 chainB, south 80 chains, west
80 chains to point of commeuoement,
belug Marie Scott'B South West Coruer Post.
Dated May 15th, 1911.
MARIE SCOTT,
Per J. H. Feeney, Agent.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS
COLUMBIA    DISTRICT
HIGHWAY      BRIDGE,      ('OLUMIIIA
IUVBR,  BPILLIMACHfflNB,  B.O.
GALENA P. 0.
Milk sold in Bottles at 11
t|uarts for $1; Hotels 25 cents
per gallon.
THOS. LEWIS.
Water Notice
I.  "   '    w.iIIih,     ni     Arrowhead, in the Matter .,i Ohapter UB "Nav-
""' "   that   u'i  the Ignble Waters Protection Act,"
/M.t.  i Intend to ap R. S. c,   1906.
ply t.., tbe Watei  Commissioner,     al NOTIOB Is hereby given that draw
his offla   in i'.'* •! toke, (oi  ,, license mge and description uf the Hit« nf a
'" '■"■■''   '"I nee i" Inch (   watei proposed bridge over the     Columbiu
'• •'"■  l"      ':"k  In  Kootenay  Dis itivrr, at Galens liny, u. 0.,     have
1   ■'     Hie  fatei in to ba taken from i"-™ deposited  with the Minister   of
the     *r>-nrt, abotrt one   hundred fo«'t Public Works, Ottawa, and duplicates
to i*> need ofl land tiNTecr! with tbe Registrar t/f Deeds,
nt     Nel-wm, II. ('.,     nnd thnt, thirty
n*pp1 ■ •"!  lol   Irrigation
im*i   lomestlc purposes.
II.   0,   Wnllls.
Kmam*'X&,mjMvitm»
Registered   Pedigreed Collies, I have
Ini mil,, two mnli'H mid two females
two tnotrttn uld. Particulars on
appHoatlon P. N. Roberts, Arrow-
llfad.  B,   0,
iiayn after date, ttie Hon, the Minister uf Public Works In tbe Government uf British Columbia will apply
to tbe Governor General ln Council
for approval thereof.
J.  B. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, July Slat, 1911   A«.20.
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvement.
Waketietd, Helen, Colorado, Del
Norte, Del Hey, Saa Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining Division
of West Kootenay District. Where
located:—0n Mohawk Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting rh agent for John R. M,aiy,
Special Free Miner's Certilicate *. No.
381*0, iatend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of tile above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenced
belore the issuance of such Certificate
uf Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of October, A.
D., 1910,
A. H. GREEN.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke I-and District
District ol West Kooteiiav
TAKE NOTICE thut' I, Samuel W.
Ratlton of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occu-
patfon Photographer, Intehdi to apply
lur permission to purchase the following
described lunds : —
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to tlie southwest corner of Lut S148I
tbence north 80 cbains; west 40 chains,
smith 80 cliains;;east 40 chains to point
of commencement and containing 320
acres more or lesB.
SAMUEL W. RALSTON.
,      j ,       .,      JaIn" F,tU" Agent,
■Paled June Uth, 1911.
* SATURDAY,  AUGUST 5,  1911.
THE! HVLA-IL-HEIR^LID,  revelstoke
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5,  »«.
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. /fume St 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.
Ladies Oxford Sale
The balance of our Summer Oxtords
must go. All the lines are broken and in
most cases just one or two pairs of a line
left. These we are putting table at a
price which will surely sell them. They
are all standard makes—no inferior or
second   class  goods  in   the   whole   lot.
Blacks, tans, patent leathers, and ox-
bloods, are all here, and they all must go
at the one price. Sale commences on
Thursday morning and lasts until Saturday
night.   See our McKenzie Avenue window
Price $2.35 per pair
Please do not ask to have these shoes sent
out on approval as we will be compelled
to refuse.
STRAW HAT BARGAINS
Don't forget that we must clear out this
lot beforo the summer weather ends. Hats
that will give you comfort and suit your appearance.    Keep cool under one of them.
Prices 25c, 50c, $1, $1.50
Children's Hats, both Straw and Canvas, 65c
Here Is Foot Comfort!
Worried feet cause half the ills and
discomforts that harass the men and
women of our age.
The Scholl "Foot-Eazer"
Is a remedy. It ia a scientific arch support or
cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and gives them strength to carry the
weight of the body at the foot arch.
It does away with all nervous and muscular
strain and quickly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents flat-foot with
its painful consequences.
Makes walking or standing absolutely comfortable, keeps shoes in shape and gives the instep a
graceful arch.
i    The Scholl "Foot-Earer" is made f
of two German Silver Springs, leath
er covered, and is springy, flexible \
and self-adjusting to all feet
andean be easily slipped
into any shoe.
They do not
needtackingor I
pasting but are"
easily changed
from one pair to another.
If you have any foot trouble whatsoever the
Scholl "Foot-Eazer" will give you instant relief
as well aa rest and comfort.
AH sizes for men and women, $2.00 per pair.
We are headquarters for foot comfort and the
Scholl "Foot-Eazer" it one of the principal meani
of conveying It to you.   Let ub prove ft)
$2 per pair
FANCY HOSE BARGAINS
We are clearing out the balance of our
summer stock of Men's fancy hosiery at a
price. You will find just what suits you in
this lot. Plain browns, grays, wines and
purples, in| silks and lisles. Clocked and
embroidered lisles, purples, browns, tans,
and grays.    Regular t>0c. and 75c. values at
45c. per pair
Automobile Collars
The new automobile collars for
ladies, can be worn on almost any
dress, low opening in front; some
plain, some nicely embroidered; the
coolest, most comfortable collar made
25c.   35c.   50c.
Wash Belts
Lovely new white wash belts in
the new narrow styles; some hand
and some machine embroidered,
lovely buckles and clasps, the nicest
line of wash belts yet at
35c.   SOc.   75c.
Friday Bargains
Linen Towelling
A few 100 yards of that towelling
from last Friday's bargain, goes on sale
again this Friday.     Heavy Russian crash,
all linen, 15c. towelling for
10c.
Parasols
Still a nice selection of parasol*.
A few of those natural pongees with
colored borders that have been su-tfa
favorites, at
$1.90 to $7.50
Corset Covers
The Lily White Corset Cover,
semi-ready, lovely white Swiss embroidery, made to shape, sufficient
banding, etc. to complete the corset
cover. They are just the nicest article of snowy white undermuslins
that has been "put over" for the
ladies dressy wear.   All sizes
75c. to $1.50
IX House Furnishings •%
Tapestry Squares
We have in stock a> very choice
line of these squares in greens, fawns,
and red effectB. Choice new floral,
Oriental and Medallion patterns at
prices which should commend them to
the buyer.
Size 6.9x9—-IS to $10.50
"    9 x 9—$11 to lfi.00
"   9x10.0—$12 to 18.r0
"   9x12—$20 and 21.00
"   10.0x12—$25.00
These Squares are Bplendidjvalue.
For balance of July we are offering
10 per cent off for Cash
Bimgalo and Cable Nets
Our range of these heavy netB is complete with the new Bmall patterns now
in vogue, as well as the fine allover
styles. We are showing these in
White, Ivory, Ecru and Arab shades
45 to 50 inches wide.    Price
20c. to $1 per yard
Pro Brussels Rugs
These are lbe newest and most popular Hugs for Bed room, Dining room or
Library, now on tbe market. The
strongest point in their favor iB the
value. They are made to stand extra
hard wear, easily cleaned, have neat
artistic designs**, and the price is remarkably low.
Size 9x9-414.00
" 9x10.0—$10
" 9x12—$17 60
"   7.8x9—19.60
10 per cent off for Cash during
balance ot July
Linoleum and Floor
Oilcloth
Our Btock of Floor Coverings are all
heavy .Scotch manufacture, the best
procurable. A choice range of patterns
in printed and inlaid goods. 8, 0, 9,
and 12 feet wide.
Get Them at Hume's
Extra Gowns
One or two extra gowns at these
prices will be aU right for the balance
of the warm weather. Get a nice one
$3.90 and $4.50
Ladies Fancy Hose
A new lot of Ladies' Fancy Cotton
and Lisle Hose, in all the new pin dots,
large coin spots, small and large checks,
the whole lot at per pair
50c.
Laces
A clearing lot of laces for Friday.
Bandings in Paris color, headings, wide
'Oriental laces and Valenciennes. Look
them over, there are some great ones, all
15c.
Paper Napkins
Japanese Paper Napkins, nice floral
an»d other designs. For picnics and out-
do»r luncheons, per hundred
20c.
Spool Cotton
As usual Friday Bargain Spool Cotton
40c. a dozen or
3 Spools for 10c.
mX High Class Groceries J?«
Summer Drinks
The hot weather season makes us dry
and thirsty. Let us talk of a beve rage
that will quench our thirst and l naka
ub think that after all it is not ro* .hot,.
Monserat and Nabob I,ime .IniwwiJI.
do you justice. It is as desirable ta>
have in your home, as money in your
paBB book. The more you lean on.
their virtues, the pleasnnter your surprise will be when you have used them.
Good Catsup--Cheap
During this week we want to make
it worth your while to como in and ask
uh for a bottle of liurlington Tomato
Catsup. You may look at the prices
quoted in catalogues from all the different citiep, but for a real good snap in
Catsup we are on the top. liurlington
Brand for one week only at the very
Bmall price of 15c. per bottle.
Just One Week at 15c. per bottle
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Sugar
The housewife depends on us to give
her a sugar that will give her no
trouble with her preserves and canned
« -nits. We simply ask you to give us a
trial ^'e 8uaran*ee absolute satisfaction w'tl    our 8ranulate(l 8Ui5ar> an<l 'or
preserving q i.
'•»litie» it is perfect.
Get Hun
ne's Prices
Quick Puddii/S
It is too hot just now to cook p
dings, piefl, or pastry, when you can
buy for 15 cent.* a package of (^uick
Tapioca, Custard, or Chocolate. Vou
couldn't have a better article in your
houee. They require no soaking and in
fifteen minutes a delicious pudding can
be made, ready to serre. The virtue of
absolute cleanliness is firmly linked to
that of evenness of quality in our
Quick Pudding.
Only 15 cents
'id-
Get Hume's Prices  on Groceries
( SATURDAY. AUGUST 5,  1911.
THE  ^CA.irj-H:EP?,-A.XjID, EEYELSTOKE
HATl'tlDAY,  AlIHUST 5,   1911.
REID <&
^i
in Pieces of Gingham on Sale
Sale Price ■ 10c
10 Pieces Best English Prints
f
Sale Price-10c
Ladies' House Blouses
On S; tie at 50c
Ladies' .Muslin 1-Piece Dresses
Stile Price $3.00
Ladies' White Duck Skirts
On Sale at $1.65
VWCBJJtLW
Co3
Ladies' Parasols, 20 in lot,
Your Choice for $1.00
Ladies' and Children's trimmed hats,
At Your Own Price
Boots and Shoes, odd lots.    Regular
SUHI and $4.50-Sale Price, $2.00
Men's Print Shirts
On Sale at 75c. Each
Men's'Fancy Worsted Suits, grand
value at $20.00
Sale Price, $12.00
REID   &
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X
THE CITY IN BRIEF
S ilmon Arm ci icket team will be
here on Saturday, August 19th, to
play an all- lay match with thc local
team.
Mrs. C   B. Paget and     Miss Paget
:• Thursday afternoon tor Victoria
where they will spend a month's hoi
idays.
Miss Reta Hicks, high school teach
** Essex, Ont., spent Thursday in
the city, the guest of her aunt,   Mrs.
M, Pettipiece.
Pour ol the fifty live members     of
Bo    I "I Trade responded to tli ■
Bummons for 'he regular meeting on
Thursday     night.    No     quorum,  no
meeting.
In our report of tlu* results of tli*
high  • iminations  in  hist   is
sue Miss Irene Procunier's marks wor*,
given  as  517   instead  of  597,  as  thej
. 1    avi   been.
TIim fifth annual  convention  ol  th
Western    L'una-da Irrigation Associa
•   •;.  will  >    b Id  In  the city  uf Cal
_•.,:;.  on   \ igust   5,   I, and 10.       The
•• ion rates will prevail on
■;  .*.  .1.  K   Robertson,  it.a.,  B D.,
tor ol the Presbyterini
*. i  now ol  St.  Ami:*, h '■
ehurcl Wednesday
an'.     Thui sday    in  the city  visiting
** th '■
S| ikam   Interstate fair,  which wil!
t     Sth,  is     making
M      the    greatest    anl
■   'naive     mineral elThibit
-• at      northwest.   Revel
toke. might :•    in  exhibit  at
fair.
Mi. M. K. I'■ *. *       ental
iVhyte, Ltd.      :   \\ i.    p
,1 ont real   Toroni nd *   ilgai ■•
sit j* to products ot
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rters    of the firm in Revel
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WAHEV1 WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Win suffer witli ttie Ileal duriiiK the warm weather
doiiik your own liakilift when wc will deliver to you
even ilay b'resli Bread, Cakes and Pastfy of all kinds
and as quulitj is our motto, we feel sure a trial
order will mean asteadj customer.
FRESH FRUITS AND VECETABLES arriving daily. P'resh
Lettuce, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Ouinus,
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoanuts, Pineapples,
Oranges, Lemons', ('.:.■;•■ I'ruil, Hananns. As ue
lim these iu small quantities you will always find
them fresh alld wood,
A. HOBSOIM,      Baker and Grocer.
FOR  SALE
20 acres first class land close to city, suitable
for either fruit or mixed farming. Will sell in
lots from 5 acres up, $85 an acre. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
Mr. J. D. Sibbald lefl on 'I
nighl   for  Vancouver  on  business.
A new 5,000     lol     * I pict in **
curds     .just      opened at   Macdonald's     The contracl  for th** erection of thi
It,, len     Pom ■' c il  Cana lian
Uoj   Seoul   1 ks  tor  sale at       Mac.
di n il I's ,li ng st nre.
drug Btore.
Mi.   ami   Mrs.   Robt.   Squill
i,.ft   this      morning  on  n       holidnj
to St.  Leon.
Mrs. A. I>.  McCl awl family
left  this  week to vinit  with
it  the co . '
See the only ori|
"The   Squaw    M
theati      *i   Mon laj  night.
Ni.k  Damoi
cosl     '   ;   '■
a •  ou  a charge ol
Miss  Laura V
Mis.   \.   Johns * Hiss
Thorn;*
are in tin I   ■
Mrs.   V.   Jol *
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Miss Helen Radgley, representing
bhe Vancouver Saturday Sum : is in
the  cily.
•Mali.s ot the district, British Colum-
bin and Vancouver eity iit Macdon *
aid's drug Btore,
Kodaks aial all the films and sup*
phrs always fresh at Maodonald'a
drug store.
\\ ill the Inspector who stopped '. lie
teams I hired and inspected the gravel and other jobs that 1 have done,
ploase call and get his pay, as I rer-
tiiinly '•lid nol know that 1 have hired one, ii ii.*i get a tittle larger
hammer and have it charged t*> me,
tn do your knocking with.—W. E,
Osborne.
Mr. Thos. Meredith, tho well known
lumber man ol the coast, anil mau-
a.M.in.v dhveloi* of the Canadian Pad
lie Lumber Co., passed through the
city mi Thursday lasl from n six
months' business trip to London,
lingland. While in England Mr.
Meredith formed n big timher iiu ,'Kei'
• if British Columbia Interests with n
i* ipltal of $10,000,000, and which vims
reudils accopl il Iiy Old Country investors.
lUv. t'. C, iii.hi.ler, a pioneer organizer of Hi.* Lutheran church will
preach in Swedish at ll a.m. tomorrow at. .Mi'. Herman Peterson's residence an.l at N P.m. at tin* Oriental
m.t I tomorrow night. Kmv. Oland-
er will attend the conference next,
week at Ml. Vernon, Washington, lie
is imw staying at tlie King Edward
hotel.
Thi' Rockefeller parly, en tour
through Western Canada, passad
through here Thursday afternoon on
their way to tin* coast in their own
private train. The party stopped
here tlie usual twenty minutes an.l a
iew ot them paraded tbe platform to
a,i* themsBlves. None of the blue
bloods '>[ lh.* city were notified "i
their coming and consequently '   did
■i*.i   greet   til. tn  at   tin* stat ion.
.Mr. 11. II. Rottman, C. B. Kiel.I
Secretary for Western Canada, will
. i. .• a sploiuli I picture, sou,; anl
story service, using a tin.' picture ma
chine, nt 8:30 Sunday evening in tin*
Presbyterian church, All the scr*
vices in the churches will he brief
ft lhal ail ni.n go an.l attend thr
service.
line of tin1 very best ot" th.* season's
lawn socials was that given hy the
ladies n! the Methodist church on th.*
church lawn on Thursday night last,
In tin* afternoon a Bale of home cook
* - resulted in a substantial swelling
nf tlie church fun.is. while the com
:.;u ition of i in* aftei noc n anil evening re* eipt    nniounti i  to close on to
• mi Refreshments weri' served on
tables   **et   oi*   ihe   lawn,     while    th.*
m Is  were  brilliantly  lighted with
*   : electr c  lights.     Tli.1      band
rseil  music tor  the  space of a
hour**,  and  to  this orgnn-
ludies     w sh     t ■ extend
ere thanks.
BAPTIST CHUBCH.
Sunday school at 10 a.m. Preaching
al 11 a.m., BUbject "Th.* Lord's Supper tlie Sample nf the Every Hay
Life." Uev. II. II. Hotllllan, Held
secretary for B.C., will address tlie
congregation Sunday afternoon at
7:30 p.in. Mr. Rottman is an Interesting .■uiil Inspiring speaker, and lie
comes in the province recommenned
hy Pros. i'. I'h Clarke, and the CE.
executive committee, lie is also
a class mate ami personal friend of
Prof. Walter It. Rausohenbusli, of
Rochester Theological Seminary,
whose socinloffloal writings have done
so much to stu* and elevate the sue
ial movement. Voting People's
meeting Monday at s p.m.; Prayor
meeting Wednesday al 8 p.m. A
cor liai  welcome lo all strangers.
'i'he pastor is preaching a series ol
sermons on tin1 following themes: -
Aug. lath. "The Sou of Man and His
Message of Blessedness"; Aug. ihi,
"Tho Son of Man and Ilis Attitude
Toward tin' Sinful"; Aug :17th, "The
Sun ol Man ami Ihe Sabbath"; Sept..
2rd, "Tlie Sou oi Man and His Klng-
ship." Theso will in' iho Sunday ev
oning subjects, anii will be announced
sinijh   from time to time.
M10THOD1ST CHUUCH.
Uev. It. .1. Mclntyre, pastor. 11 a.
in.. Mi*. II. II. Rottman, field secretary lot* ('. I'!. Society for Western
Canada, will address youm; people.
Come and hear Iiim; 2:30 p.m., Sun
day school; 7:30 |>. m. subject,
"Peace", appropriate to the signing
..; Uu' International Peace Agreement. 1'rayer meeting Wedoesday
at .s p.m.; choir practice Friday evening. A cordial invitation is ex
len,led   tn   Ihe   public.
AFTER SUPPER SALE No. 61
After a rest of some wicks wc ai;.lin begin our popular
".\I*IHR SUPPER SALES." Everyone knows tin* kind
id values we offer at these sales. Everything is something
yoi need at this season, and the prices are so small you
cannot afford lo overlool them. The values to-night ure
extra good,
Parasols
We can show you a verj fine
assortment, both whin* and
colors iu linen and silk. Vour
choice "l .in\ one in the store
at llAI.P PRICE.
Children's
Hats and Tams
Ahi.nl five ilo/.cu Wash Tains
in white, blue, tan, etc., and a
fine b 1 of Straw Sail, rs, all
this season's goods Regular
values up to 60c. To-night,
your choice for <25c, Sec our
Window.
See Our 25c Table
Vou can pick up some excellent bargains mi oar J.se.
Table. Belts, Cloves, Neckwear, I losiery, i liildren's
Bonnets, Sudor ( ollurs, and a
host of other articles, al a
fraction of their original prices.
Children's
Cotton Hose
About 10 dozen extra quality
cotton hose for children, black
ami whi e, going to-night al
15c. per pair.
oMcLennan CBb Co.
IN] w      COMING,
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It. 0. CHURCH.
St. Francis ot Assisli Catholic
church, corner ol Fifth Btreet und
McKenzie avenue.
Services—On all Sundays, except
the fourth of each month. Low mass
vith Communion of the Faithful at
8 a.m. High Mass at 10:30 a. m.,
Christian Doctrine for children at
2:30 p.m. Rosary with Ben-diction of
The Hles.se.1  Sacrament  7:30 p.m.
On week days—Holy .Mass every
morning at. 7:30. Confessions are
heard every evening after T::iti and
in  the mornings before  Mass.
.i. i<\ mcnbil, p.p.
NOTICE OF BALIPP'S SALE.
Hn-dei and by vlrt ue oi a Distress
Warrant to me directed by A. K. D.
Lace, 1 hnve seized and will sell at
Public Auction at the Premises known
as Lot ll, Hlock 9, Revelstoke, (being the premises occupied by L. P.
i.mIIc.iui on Thursday, th.* mth day
of August, 1911, at 2 p.m., bhe tools
and implements ot trade, stock ol
blacksmith aad wheelwright supplies.
UOW on the said premises to satisfy
i claim  for lent   of Baid  premiss.
Dated  Vugust 5th,  1911.
W.   J.   LAW,
Bail,if to A.P.D. Lace.
••m-M-^wrWH-i nam   ■ ,*.» « mm, ■      iiihi    imw
Corporation of the City of
Hevelstoke
in the cmiyts
ftCH
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Tenders for Cement Sidewalk
Sealed Tenders addressed to
ia' undersigned will be received
ffice of the City Clerk up
to 6 p. m. Tuesday, August Sth,
i'.'l L, for laying aboul 3u0 feel of
cement sidewalk on Second Sreet.
Ti nders to state price por square
foot. The ' Jorporation will do the
excavation and lay the foundation.   Specifications on view ttt
City Hall.
B  Order,
Bruce A. Lawson,
City Clerk
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Save Your Horses!
Pr< voider.is dear and so is horse flesh, but li^'it running
wagons and buggies are cheap.
The evolution <i( the Farm and Road Vehicles lias kept pace
with modern science aud now we are offering
All Spring-Steel Wagons
fitted oul with perfect roller-bearing running nenr just us cheap as
the ohl-laslinmeil wooden framed wagon. Thev run lighter and
easier and wear lender.
Those who purchased them are our most satisfied customers.
You don't have to take oil the wheels to grease thnn; thev are
dust proof caps and carry a much heavter loud than the orctiuary
wagon.
A full supply of buggies of the newest makes nlso garden and
farm implements, ask us ahout them.
8. McMAHCN
First Street, West, - Opposite Pest Office
[ficKinnon  & Sutherland
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MeKinnon & Sutherland
SUIT SALE
Our Fall stock hrs been shipp tl
and o\\ ing to our space being limited
we arc clearing oul till our Spring
Clothing at a great reduction.
See Our $15 Suit Window.
' Values S32.   Now $25
Plain and Fancy Worsteds, tfi C
\alues lo 5.2500.   Now «4>l J
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McRae Mercantile Co.. <£td.
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Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
l-.siim ilea given for Sanitary work, Electric Lighting, Hot
Air, Water, Steam Heating and all kinds of Sheet   Mi ul
Work.
Hatha, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt atti ution given to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
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