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perfection in results  it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60]
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Vol. 17-No.   60
REVELSTOKE. B. C, AUGUST 2,  1911
$2.50 Per Year
flRST QUALITY TOOL5
Mil) COMMITTEES ARE
GETTING DOWN TD MK
IT DOKS 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."
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Lid
Plumbing and Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Office   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 »r ARents at all principal points InJOanada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, 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 of $1 and upward, ptuviivn.i, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.    C^^-ospondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
Have Decided to Make This the
Best Exhibition in the History
ot the City
Tin. iMitiaiioi' tees lor exhibitors at
the fa.i' ihis year wiil bo tbe Bapio as
last year thai is *>j but In addition
to thai iii.i large exhibitor who wins
the greatest amount ol money will
bo required to put up n i>srcentage of
his winnings. This was decided at
a meeting ol thi> committees held in
tho city hall on Monday night. It
■vis thought by those present that
the man or woman who takes [nun
tho fair a sum larger lhan {10 should
be willing t" put some ot it hack,
an.l consequently il was .1. cided thai
all winners of $10 and over     should
refund 10 percent of thai n imt and
over. Tin' entrance lee of *.- will
entitle the exhibitors only to admls-
Bion to tho grounds. Uy tins ar
rangement the larger winners will be
paying the bigger entrance fees, an.l
thi- mnn with the one entry will feel
that Iim is getting a better deal than
under the old arrangement.
The various committees discussed
the questions nf particular interest
tu their own departments, nnd at a
later meeting will bring In thoir recommendations (or consideration anil
it is proposed hy this to put the fair
mi a more equitable basis.
It was announced at this meeting
that the Agricultural Department of
the Province had made a .lunation to
lhe Society of $400 for this year.
Tho committees were all very enthusiastic over the coming fair and
intend to make it the hest in the
history ol the city. They felt that
this is the best point in the Interior
foran exhibition, and decided to make
it a fair worthy of the city. The city
merchants, it was intimated by CR.
Mai'loiiald, were making an eflort to
get all the farmers and ranchers in
the south country to the fair and
bring their exhibits.
HAS HARROW ESCAPE
W. A. Smythe Capsizes Boat in
Midstream at Sicamous
Sicamous, Aug. I.—Among the Itevelstoke visitors to this place is w.
A. Smythe, who caused quite nu excitement today hy giiin;: oul In hi-
hoat ami capsizing it in the middle
of tlle river. His shouts attracted
w. Frisby also from Revelstoko, who
[•tit out to rescue him, bul win n out
some distance he found ho had no
o irs, so lm.I to drift aboul nlmli ta
ly so near nnd yet so fnr from Mr.
Smythe. Neither could Bwlm. Frisby
i hen found his hunt was leaking and
started howling lor help, which came
at last, by a gasoline boat putting
mn lr.*m shore and getting the two
of ihem. Smythe hail been,In the
water live minutes and wus quite
exhausted,
WILL PREVENT LOLL
FAMINE 01 HIES
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
CONTRACT FDR NEW FLUME
Was Let Yesterday at Low Price
Compared with Last One
The contract for the second flume
nt the power plant was let yesterday
to the I'acilic Coast l'ipe Co., of
Vancouver, at tbe very close figure
of $7,425. There were several tenders
in, ranging from the price at which
the job was let up to the hiL-h figure
of. ?is,ouo. it will be rememl ered
that the Hume already in place at
the plant, nnd built last year, cost
the municipality the amazing t lal
of close on to $28,000.
The contract pi ice for the present
job includes the furnishing of all
material and tbe completion ..f the
work by October 15th.
IS
Some  Things to Muke Dinner Tasty
Mellor's pt. Worcester Sauce, per bottle, 46c
Heinz Tomato Ketchup, per bottle - 35c
Rowat's  Walnut  Pickles,  2 bottles   for  25c
H * P. Sauce, per bottle
Sharwood's English   Chutney.
Z'oc
per   jar  35c
John Mclntyre & Son, Phone 93
neaii c  p. n. SHOPS
Housewife's Favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
G. W. BELL
P. O. Box 200
GROCER & BAKER
Phono No. 23
Methodists had one oi Most
Successful Quarters
One ol the best financial repoi t * v
er given to the quarterly official
board of tb * Methodist chureh, »ns
that which at last nights meeting
was preaente I Ioi consid rath n The
report ihow* the church's Bounce In
ere. in ■ by leaps Bnd bounds, and
i* ,i i    |ji n.l.ii.'ly  h ni.   It   ih •  attend
,n. e ol  ii..  oh uh .   i mslderably In
mi m i log,      liv  I'ompai. "ii   *i       w.i-
Ijowi   thai        ,     rig loth by • nvei
ope and loose colloi i on had lar   ej
c-c ti l     nnj     s mi.I..i   pe I  "l the
ohurch'a b ome time. Ovor
the coi ■*■ .pi ii ter irf the yeor
1910 the liici mi*     i* ■ i. ■ mi* ipe ."in im
buttons    wa:- something    over     J4n,
while :n loose collections  tie* in*. *
my  was  substantially  nugmentcd  hy
the   -mn  "f  1*35   .n  a ha'ii'e  "f      what
im* contributions amounted to ihe
same quarter "( la i yeai * T.i he
pl eel ■-* tiie contributions . f l ist qu ir
let* amounted u> about  $l 50.
Th,* bo r I expres re I its gratiflca
timi at the excelli nt in ni ess made
,*i i.i .i *.*..!. i thai at a ■•■ i v early date
ihe  * ' Id  be   I'M III   i   md    ii
new furnace inst,lie I, I'm' ths wnrk
a ', mm.tie■ was appointed.
Rev. Mi. Mclntyre was umriimoiis-
lj granted a two-Weeks holiday which
he will spend nt Albert Canyon, be-
gttmlng th- week after next. Cl. B.
Hume .*. reci',i.n.: secretary an.l W.
Hew*, the envelope steward and treasurer.
Don't (• rget ihe lawn sooial and
-iie ..; hom« co,,kim: nn the Method-
nit church lawn tomorrow (Thursday1)'
afternoon snd evening. Band in
attendance
Government has Decided to Remit Duties on Coal and C.
P. fi. Reduces Freight Rates
Ottawa, Aug. 1.— Hon. Mackenzie
King made the following announcement Inst night:
"With a view to relieving the situation as it has developed in the Oanadian West, m consequence "f tbe pro
longed cessation of operations at the
coal mines in Southern Uritish Columbia and Alberta, an order in fuuii-
'■il was passed by the government today, providing that on and after
August 7 next duties will be removed
un the southern frontier west. ol
Sault Ste Marie on coal for consump
tion in British Columbia (east nf the
one hundred and twenty-second mer
Idlan of longitude) nnd in the provinces of Alterta, Saskatchewan an.l
Manitoba."
The act inn taken by the government ls baaed on representation**
which have been male hv Ihe premiers of Saskatchewan and Alberta,
and by the hoards of trade and publi.* authorities ■>' many localities in
the provinces concerned to tbe effect
that a serious shortage nf coal in
Eastern British Columbin nnd in the
provinces i .' Uberta, Saskatchewan
and Manitoba is likely to result from
bhe prolong I cessation of work in
the various coal mines nn.l that such
shortage will he -liable to Ite ttie occasion nf widespread privation and
possible disaster aim ng tlle inhabitants of the  provinces referred to.
In these circumstances, and having in mind the situation as it developed in th* Canadian West at the
time of the threatened fuel famine
tour years ago, it has seemed to the
government ri ;lit and conductive to
the public good that exceptional
steps should be taken to assist in
bringing about un avoidance nf the
dangers which might arise from a
fuel famine. It is stated in the order-
In-OOUncil that the proposed remiss
ion of duties shall lake effect uli and
after August 7 next, and shall con
I.line no I,,iim as in the opinion ul tlie
governor In council the coal mines
may, through lack .,f operation, fail
I., produce sufficient c al in meet
public requirements, ami for a per
i. I "f tuu we.ks after the passim-ol
an order revoking the order which
.mil urines il*' remission ol duties.
from this il will i.e apparent that
if tin* partita between now and the
elo ..f ih ■ pres nt week effect a
ll nl  inenl   ami   work   should     tie    re
mi i ..ii Momlaj n «t, mi reml Ion
r»l duties «ill tali, place, On the other
han i. ii •.'...i i, ii..,ui i nut be resumed
mi Mun*I iy ii nl then all coal brought
'"'" ilie tu..mim*. *,: Manitoba, \l
I" i'l*i, Saskatchewan an I Brltlfb Co
1 ii in ■ > in. will come n free irf duty foi
such time a    work may     imt     have
hem  resumed   nt   tbe mines and  f,,i   a
period ..I two Wi .*,    ih ronfter.
With .• al Famine facing ihe w. st
Ills I 'an i.li,a 1'aelflC Uailway Com
pany    Friday    murium-   reduced   then
'  *  iii   i'i*   . i :.l  Irom  1'i.rl   Ar
thnr in Winntpe *   fi   m »« ko, to    ;i,
lll'l II.'.s cut, . I* * ..' Ill • 1.1*1 , .1
freight rate CUtS m.i.le iii the hi I i \
•    'he   ii*a I,   will   enable  llle    eastei ll
inii dealers to bring the hest ivnii
sylvnnia coal   Into Cili'ary at. n price
that will preclude ail possibility of a
Bcrlous coal shortage
"ll tn|i nf the re luetiuli un freight
rates   the   Pittsburgh   Ooal   Company,
Limited, the i,inn* i i i mining com
pany in the world, ami the company
which his a storage capacity uf .1,
'Kill,ninl tuns ..li Hie wharves at the
head nf the lakes, has sent two repre
s-'tii itives to Calgary to oner the
city and coal dealers all the coal
they rejulro for tbc coming season,
ELECTIONS SEPT. 21
For First Time in History ot
Confederation House Pro-
ropes by Proclamation
His Excellency the Governor-Goner
il has consented tn the dissolution uf
tlie eleventh parliament uf Canada.
owing In tiie Impossibility uf Halls
acting business. toUowiag the pre
eenlii ii uf tiie vote un reciprocity hy
t he Oppasil n.n. The proclam ition
will be Issued in nn extra Onnndl in
Gazette. Nomination is lixed for
September I Ith nnd polling (or Sept,
21st.
Pol ih** first time ni the history of
confederation the Parliament of Can
ida was prorogued by a governor's
proclamation. Then this was followed by another proclamation dissolving Parliament and fixing tlle elcr
nun fm- September 21. The govern
ment was evidently in a great hurry.
Post/ive assurances had been given
to the house that tlle committee on
the Oliver charges would meet Tuesday, an.l today there arrived in town
several witnesses from Kdmonton whn
had been subpoenaed to give evidence. Their visit to the capital is
fruitless and Oliver will have to face
his constituents with damaging char-!
ges banging  over him.
Ottawa. July 2ii.—Tiie cabinet council, after a long sitting this morning
broke up shortly alter one o'clock.
Tn a group nf newspaper men, who
were waiting in the corridor Sir Wilfrid Laurier said: "Mr. Fielding will
tell you the  news."
Mr. Fielding then said: "Gentlemen
Parliament has dissolved and the elections will  be held on  Sept. 21."
This means that nominations will
take plaee Sept. 11. Iln Monday
Parliament will not, of course, meet.
The news caused great excitiment
among the members, but they are all
glad the tension is over. Thc members will all pack up and get away
to   their   constituencies   immediately.
The standing  of  the  parties in the
Parliament  just dissolved    is as follows:
Lib. Con.
Ontario    if, 48
Quebec    53 11
New  Brunswick    II 2
Nova  Scotia   12 ii
Prince  Edward   Island  ...   3 1
Manitoba      2 s
British .Oolumbia     2 5
Saskatchewan     9 I
All eita      4 ll
Yukon     1
Total  133 B5
The Parliament was elected to office un October 2G, 1908, and besides
ihe above members there were two
independents iu Ontario and une in
Quebec, and as these were in reality
Conservatives the recent parliament
bad a majority nf 46.
SIFTflN Witt STUMP WEST
Cabinet Minister is Out and Out
Against Reciprocity
Montreal, -Vug. l.-ll. n. Cliff ird
Sifton is at the Windsor hotel, hut
• tate ih.it li" h is n..Hnn.' in add or
nothing in retract Irom the state
mont as tu his position rogardlng il.e
reciprocity  pad published  yesterday.
\,  I., I,      fui  plans  Hnn.  Mr.  Sif
tun  made  it   plain  that lie  mt n le i
l.iiuiililiili*   taking  a   lively   P'll   III Hie
mil ilproclty oampnii n.   lie a at *.
thnl  in* will return in Ottawa     . nil
iv,ii iM..! ably go wesl latei mi     tn
|aln in ihe light there, nut as a can
i* i.t,   i.ui as an opponent l.u *i p ili
ev winch  I onsldered would   huul
.,*.. i i '.,n ih.in resources tu ihe Unlt-
, i States,
- —..
Hi,uul,m, Mam. Aug. I. Wiih Lhe
.ii ncement uf a tetegi aphlc i umor
I I.,     m..i ii,ni'   lhat   Hull.   Cliff 'I'd   Hii
lull   will   stump   the   west.'l II   I'n I :   .. u
n   ,.*..   ui   f.-ivi.r   uf   llle  ant i  mi'l li.   - '.' V
enroll i.,t , !'i ...it *i Interest ' ban i \ r
has been  nrouseil in  iiolltical i.ln
There   Is   M l.len.T    Ihlll    I ll *   .**   tu I; I I
, r   is Still   *i   Li"   mil . I ,  an,I       lea I ng
Cnnservatives oponlj tie I ire ih.-.l
there is in, qll ist mn Iml that "111 i n's
mi ■ M'nee  iii   Ihe  west   all i   the    Ntror.p
,u.•nm.-nts h ■ lms ndvanc I .km nst
the reciprocity agre incut will have i
veiy great effect. It is |tnle up ll r
ni lhal the la'.ierals arc mil u* er
pleased lhal Mr. Siflmi s Iik • 1 v i ,
lake n hand in llm II ''.it, hut t'n y
any Ihey cantn.t believe llmt his ins
enoe will have any great effect *n the
vote.
Wax for preserving at Macdonald's
drug store.
7 s;
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
Enamel and Tinware
We enn 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.    VVe sell them.
KishingTackle, Rifles, Shut Guns,' Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. Weareleaders ii Ihcse, and also
carry a very largestock of General Hart ware, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips. Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware, Stoves, Plumbing
fe
J3
Ham and Eggs Bacon and Eggs
Imperator Hams and Bacon
Fish Halibut Salmon Sturgeon
Smelts Rock Cod
Imperator Cooked Hams Shrimps
P. BURNS C& COMPANY. LIMITED
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
All our choice fresh killed
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in, our 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
leaf lard, Premium hams &
aeon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
I Iu,ii Class Meat Purveyors
Phone  251 P. O. Box 181
The Finest Dance Music
Perfect time, perfect rhythm and unlimited
variety, Waltz, Two-Step, Lancers, etc., is supplied by
the
VlClO-r"I^J311TlCi
Prices from $15.00 up.    Easy payments.
Over 3000 selections to choose from.
Hear the leading bands and orchestras at our store.
Nor' West 1 diking Machine Oi, Ltd.
[REVELSTOKE,    B. C
\\ holes-ale lii-itil n t < ri  l'i  ;■;■■•,
*i .Ml.uiu .ni'l Hril   li Col
Agents Wanted! Liberal Discount!
BE SURE TO HEAR THE V1CTROLA
Ooubl*Mid»d R.c»rJ.
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■ WEDNESDAY   AUGUST 2,  Iftll
THE OVn^IIL-IIER^LID, HEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1911
Zbc flDail-lbcralb
PUBLISHED  WEDNESDAY   AND
SATUBDA1   AT
REVELSTOKE. B.   C.
interior publtsbing Company,
Limited
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ADVERTISING RATBS.
L«gal notices li cents per line first
insertion, 5 cents per line each
subsequent Insertion, .Measurements Nonpariel 1,12 lines make
one inch.j Store and teueral '
business announcements J2.5U pet
inch i>er month. Preferred positions, 2~o per cent, additional.
Births, Marriages aud Deaths, -TiUc
each insertion.
Laud notices J7.50. All advertisements subject to thn approval oi
the management. Wanted ami
Condensed Advertisements . —
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
ualioutf wanted, Situations Vacant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
\S anted, 2it -words or less, 25c,
each additiuual line lu ceuts.
Lhanb-vs il standing advertise
ments mast he in by I* a. ni.
Tuesday and Friday ot each week
to   secure   (rood   display
CORRESPONDENCE Invited on nun
tere ol public interest. C0111-
municat.ons to Editor must be
accompan.ed by name ol writer
not necessarily tor publication,
but as evidence ol good faith.
Correspondence should   he  brief.
SUBSCRIPTION  HATES
Including  postage  to  England,  United States aud Canada.
By the year -.through postoffice) $2.5U
Cbe flDatllberaU)
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2.  IUU
A sure road to a bappy old age.
This describes in a lew winds the
Can., in Government Annuitie.
scheme, lhat ms "sure road" is
avail ible '.* all sidents ot Canada
who are over live years ol age, Irrespective ■•• sex, health, age or worldly position, is worthy ol consideru
tion. Parents may begin the purchasi
of Annuities Ior their children, 01
children, who bave prospered, maj
nnd .;. | • theme a Bate way to pro-
ride an in m ■ I 1 fathers and moth
ers win* bave not been so fortunate
.11 life as they, un the other hand,
have .1 limited Income
can Increase that sum BUbstantiallj
by tbe transfer ol theii  capital     to
the Government lor the purc'.iaa	
an Annuity.
Full particulars may bi 0 *t iin .
concern ng I - sel erne hy n Idresslng
the Sui*: ol Canadian Gov
ernment   Annuities,  Ottawa.   Postigi
free.
The exhibition  managem nt and . :.
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put before thc slectpl It ii :••'
loo early for any of tlu cunJiduii't
Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coal Yet?
Remember the mines on the prairie have been shut down
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)
WELLINGTON $11.10 per ton
(soft coal)
WOOD $7.50 per cord
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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TllK ORIGINAL SQUAW MAN.
Although there have
companies in the city
Squaw  Mun,"  yel   It   is
been     othei'
playing  "The
matter of
J
to signify their Intention ol  ering
the Held,  imi   nn doubt the nomina
t inns will contain some surprises.
Germany's nhuT in tho Morrocnn
situation hus heou called by Groat
Britain, and once moro tho Empire
lms settled down iii petioc ami olec
nuns. Just one more illusti'attlon to
prove thai Britain will not tolernt 1
uny bullying, .nnl incidentally that
she rules the world. International
hlufl is n rlskj game when the other
players In bhe party display uo sym-
ptons of cold feet.
Mysterious Willard is Here
Tonight, Wi'dni'sduy, Augusl 2nd,
land tomorrow night, nt tho Opera
House, the attraction will bo Mysterious Willard and Thc Mun ol Mysl. -
cry i'n. Tin* attraction comes here
direct    In nn     n   nine night's ellgagc-
If there is anything fur or against
reciprocity left unsaid let it now bo
said or forever hold your pence
Candidates for the "sweets of of-
liee" will be Interested in knowing
that the price of sugar lm   advanced
uiil  the honey  crop  is a failure.
In view iff the C.P.R.'s net earn
ings tor the liscal yeur ending June
III, of $38,699,830, it seems i„n much
to allow them to reduce the coul rube
from Port Arthur to $1.60. But they
appear willing to do it, in return for
which the West will supply traffic enough this year to increase their groBs
earnings to about $110,0.111,000.
The season of pre-election promises
has arrived, and the question is who
cun tell the biggest lies. There hnve
.pen some good hie ones told in former campaigns, but no doubt tbe
limit has not yet been reached,
A Unique Character
Col. J. I'.. Caven, who is in Revel-
-ti.kc ns manager of the Squaw Man
Co., which comes to tbe Kdison then
tre mi Monday night, August 7th. is
.1 unique und interesting character in
the theatrical  world.     Thc     colon
lived in the Confederate army. He
was u distinguished offioer on the
■tall of  that   brave and  gallant  Hen
■t.ll   \Herl   Sidney   J olltlst nn,  Who fell
ill tin' midst of victory .it  Shlle und
ih.1-.' remains were taken to   \ 1 tin,
I'exas, tli ■ I,uni.   of General Johnston
• hen  .,  1     lest   i*.**. e of marl
11 the iM'in.,,       if one ol tin
■ ildiersol    bat   ten hie coi 11   I
In  1*862 Colonel  Cavi n     was tr ms
rei ■
tablishmenl  and  tl ler of h,s
unman*1
nl General Shell j il. *.*,,■: 1 tt Mi s!
co with Shelby's armj   .
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try. 1 tie .-if mi ot oui  kind
there      v.- refused to     bo
thc   Cfl   |.i.t.!,sir      ■    ■
menl !• .* 1 hplace, nnd no   *
tei Many called 11
■ 1- bul  late made ub so."
more daring than -km
erlean ol i m the women have no
mure anient ,,n*l faithful lovers; the
armies no mon* bci tile lighten , loarn
Ing rev,jn,* craft quickest and mir
1 t. and dying, n ihey love to dio,
game to tin* ln«t.
congratulation to tho management of
the Bdison theatre that they havelse-
clired for next Monday nighl the original company which for years hns
been producing bhe play to crowded
houses in every city in Canada nnd
the United States. This company
has us ils forerunner Col. I'aven,
who has yet to be Identified with an;
thing not of the very best. He is
un old newspaperman who knows the
tt.'ime from A to '/.. The compiny
coming to the Ellison next Monday
night is beaded *:* Goo. Dill ird
1 'lurence Bennett.
COMING [VENTS
Mysterious \\ illuril    The Man of M;   lei
1 (peril i lousi     :,:... .'n.l mul
in. nt at  11.•   l.*.: 1   1  eatri  al
: houses
nightly.     Tho
claim it  i" i*
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August 21—The Flower of the Ranch,
Musical Comedy, 35 people,   Bdison
theatre.
Sept. 11 and IJ Hevelstoke Fall Fair
agricultural exhibits, live stock,
poultry, horse racing aud other ut-
tracl inns.
Sept. Ul-lfll.—The Famous Juvenil
Bostonians at tbo Bdison theatre.
opt. 26 27—The Musical Eckl111r.lt.-;
iu vaudeville at the Bdison theatre.
October 16—Royal Welsh Choir, at
the  Bdison  then I re.
Nov. 13—Return ol the favorites, Tiie
Allen Players in repcrtoiic.
Dec. 18—C.P. Walker presents the Wm
Vulu company in the Rivals, at th
Bdison theatre.
Tan. 10—Return of Wm. Yule & Co.,
in Domhey & Sun,  Bdison  theatre.
Jan. 26—The famous Ferguson's Jubilee Singers considered the best col
oral concert company 011 the road,
Bdison  theatre.
Feb. 2C—The Custlesquare Entertainers in high class concert at the
Bdison theatre.
Corporation of the City of
Revolstoke
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  Septem
ber  20th   prox.
By  Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Allg.2,  S.-pl. 20 City Clerk
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OPERA HOUSE
REVELSTOKE
$50  REWARD.
I will pay the above reward to
any pcrsim or persons who will give
mo Information that will lead to the
conviction ol the party or parties
who on Monday night lust robbed
my hencoop of n number of my best
birds.
JOHN SHAW.
C. P. B. TIMETABLE
WESTBOUND.
No. 3 arrives at 6 a.m., leaves at
il:2u a.m.
No. 1 arrives at 3:18 p.m., leaves
at 3:35 p.m.
No. 13, Seattle train, arrives at
•1:35 p.m., leaves ut 4:45 p.m.
EASTHOUND.
No. II, Seattle train, arrives at
7 l'i a.m.,  leaves 7:36 a.in.
N.i. 2 arrives at 11:40 a.m., leaves
at 12 o'clock noun.
No. I arrives at 12 IS a.m., leaves
it 12:55 a.m.
South  train  leaves Ri velstoko     at ,
iu.. arriving back at 4:15 p.m., I
.■ here .*. .th No. i.i. I[
EDISON THEATRE
Wednesday, Aug. 9
By Popular Request
The Royal
Lilliputian Opera
Company
will return mnl present
Their Best Show
Reserved Seats, $ I
75c. and 50c.
■ Man," Edison Theatre, Monday Night
Moving pii turei  at the Bdison theatre tonight. I
II,M,|       I'll   ifi  :* '>\ ■ 'in. ■•! ••       \ll|i    ''
I    I    loll     I
Kiist,  cl.i ..   pi *., | .mi    il   thi    I'. II "ii
tliwtiv tonight.
AHEAD OF THE RAILROAD
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FORT FRASER. Br
F
itish Columbia
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Inside lots, $100, a Cash, anil $10 Monthly
Corner lots, $150, $20 Cash, and S10 Monthly
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CHAS. M. HELD. MENT. REVELSTOKE
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AND THE
Man of
Mystery Co.
Direct from () nights ;ii
Lyric Theatre, Calgary
Orealost Show   at Popular Prices on tin- way,
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THE SHOW THAT \\ 11.1. HAVE
EVKRYHOUY TALK INC.
Music ■ Magic ■ Mind°Reading
Sleight-oMiand, growing, hypnotism
Change   of   Programme
Each Evening
GET RESERVED SEATS EARLY
EDISON THEATRE, (1 NIGHT) MONDAY, AUG. 7
THE   SQUAW    MAN
I
H. E. PIERCE & CO.
Present Edwin Milton Royle's
"The Squaw Man"
Unquestionably the Most
Fascinating American Play
OF    cA   DECADE
THE SENSATION OF THE CENTURY
Exactly as Presented for
Two Years at Wallock's
Theatre,  New  York City.
Tu
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Reserved Seats, $1.      Admission, 75c.
Children, 50c.
THE    SQAW    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 Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Gel vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
C. D. Shatv,   -    Troprietor
Photos' Photos! Photos!
Get your Photooal the TRUEMAN STUDIO and
be satisfied. ALL WORK (iUAKANTEED.
It will ho your own fault if you accept anything
that does not fully pleaso you.
Baby Photos a Specialty
Developing and Printing; for Amateurs. Prices
Ritfht.    Sec me before sending; work out of town.
A. D. Tourner
Trueman studio
Over Macdonald's Drug Store
GOURLAY PIANOS
High-Priced, But Worth the Price
Cull .in.! see llieni,   Let u.s give >f>u the reason
wlij llieyare the btart tlml money nm buy.
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Ajfent for (iourlay. Winter & Iieeming's
Gfierhard Heintzman, and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianoB.
CT.   BIN&HAM
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i WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 191*1
the: iivnjk.iL-iEiEiR^-Lr), revelstoke
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 19 Hi
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THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIB EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST. -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents, Tbe
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
tbe world promptly and at reasonable rates. Kales will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS A,30
Cheques and drafts on all countries of tbe world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at Tlie Canadian Hank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH-F. M. GIBSON. MGR
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 aro 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
INOORPORATEDJI855
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund •    $4 400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A -GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Branohes     Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
IT SURE IS HOT !!
Hut is always cool at the greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Ideal Plaee to spend the Summer Holidays.     Natural
Hot Water Baths, 121 degrees of heat.
Rates from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Write us for particulars.   Wm. Boyd, Manager
FURNITURE
We Carry a complete stock of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Etc. Get our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. HOWS
MPANY
Revelstoke, 1*. C.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Impioved.     First-Class in every respect.     All modern convenience! ■
Large .Sample KoomB,
s $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Rat'
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably   furnished   with  the  choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J_    AJLBIEIRT     STOTSTH!      PROP
Lumb
GET   "WISEI
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
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C.
before buying yonr out-
lit   of working   clothes
(or the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required i n your busi uess.
Lump Goal
From the Pacific Coast
Two ears just arrived hi Revelstoke,
First <-ia-s for Stove or Furnace.
Orders promptly delivered.
Leave your orders with A. DAVIDSON
or at the ollice of
J
ASK THE DRIVER
Kveiybndy known him, he will
tcM you lhal Ihe whiskeys we are
•I i.mg are   lhe  best.     Cull nnd be
convinced. No household ihould
be without ii supply of can Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; oar
Frnpln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
IKI years old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purpose*, Our stock
of obolce Wines nnd Liquors of nil
kinds are Unexcelled, Hold by all
tbe leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have: a very line assortment of FRUIT TREES
Ornamental and Shade  Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All trees offered for sale are grown ii) our own Nurseries
on  the  ( (ildstrcain   Estate
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Estate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Kay lands' in pa recta of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence Invited,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER
FO* SPRI C  PAIHT.NG
Uet me paint your house right. I do
nothing but first-class work, Quality
considered my price is low. The t^-st
materials used and work done when
promised. Try ine on your interior
decorating. My work is guaranteed to
please.
SIGNS 1 (<in furnish vou with any
kind you want. Glass, brass, tin, cloth
or wood.    Get my prices.
Carriage and Wagon Painting at my
shop in alley hack of I*;. J. Bourne's
.Store. First Street.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence fur. 8rd St. and Robson ave ,
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Kepairs  of nil  kinds   uenlly  done
Bicycle ami Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on sny class
of work
Front       Street.
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHKAD, I). 0.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. First-class sample
rooms. Fines! scenery in llrilish Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
V. D. Curry,
General Agent,
Vernon, B, C,
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,
Revelstoke, B, C
CEMENT BLOCKS
Mauofaclarrl fur III cih**«* of   buildiuRi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE  BRICK:
Fnr siil* in \nruh or '•mull qp&DtllJM
at the luWB-t pn8M '■"'■ cm '•
AM Irluli.of innl in a nud plastering
udsrlakra
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
The annual meeting of the Kevelstoke Hospital Society will be
held on Tuesday. August 15th,
1911. in the City Hall. Kevelstoke.
at 8 p. in.
W. D. ARMSTRONG.
Secretary.
Kevelstoke. H. C, July. 24, 1911.
WANTKD-Oeneral   Blacksmith,     at
once.     Apply Palace Livery Stables
A POST CARD BRINGS
HELP FOHJHE KIDNEYS
GIN  PILLS SENT FREE
We want all sufferers from Kidney
sad Bladder Troubles, Lame Ilack and
Rheumatism, to test GIN PILLS, ami
•ee for themselves that GIN PILLS will
really cure all these troubles.
If yonr Kidneys arc weak—if It poin-t
too to urinate— if your hack aches—if
hand., and feet are crippled with Rheu
malum—give GIN I'l I.l'S a chance to
prove that they will relieve yon and
core you. It won't cost you a cent. You
don't have to buy them, .'limply write
ui for a free sample.
"A abort time ago, I received a free
■•ample of GIN PILLS whicli I have
taken with such good effects that I herewith enclose joe for a box of them. I
believe GIN PILLS are just the thingi
forme." Kioiaiui Mami.yn,
Frknch Rivkk.
OIN PILLS are so called because tbey
contain the medicinal principle of
Juniper berries, the essential principle of
Gin, bat do not contain alcohol. 50c. a
box — 6 for (3.jo — at dealers, and
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
refunded. Sample box free if you write
aa. National Drug and Chemical Co.,
Dcpt W ,    Tomato U
The original
(lin Pills made by
National Drug and
Chemical Co. of
Canada Limited,
Toronto, are told
only In  thia box.
E.    G.    BUJ?Rir»QE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP-
Oonnaugt-it Ave.   -   Revelstoke ■
70U WORK,
M/lKEyOURMONty
WORK TOO.
am/wrinG yotiR MViriw
WITH US THO WIli-EIRfl
42 I INTEREST WHICH
WECREPITMOnTHLv :
/ipiprionE?!5RpnjRn-
/IBLEONPEMflnP
/IS QUICKLY AS TNETOILS
CAM CARRY IT.
PEOPLE JUST rtS CAREFUL
f\W CAUTIOUS .45
yOUCflHBE,
/IRE WEIP PLEflSEP,
MD THORDUGHLy
SATISFIED,
WITH THE WWIMvVMH
our Business is
TRflNSrtCTEP-rt BUSINESS
rMNf&ED BY PEOPLE OP
MATURED EXPERIENCE
AlflfllESTinTEfiRITX
flposm.Giv'iriG
yOUR rtfMB*/1PDRE.SS
Wl li PROMPTLY BRIM YOI
rm imtoriwioN.
.WRITE TOW,
SMOl/LPyMMVErtMy
FINANCIAL BUSINESS in
V/mOL'VER"VICIMT7,
RENTS TO C0U.6CT,
AGREEMENTS FOR 3/fLE<"
MORTGAGES T0L°0K/UTER
/1NPC0U-EGT.
FIREIN5llRflflGET0PlflG&
LETUS/1TTEMDT0IT.
WE ARE PLEASING
OTHERS W€ will-BE SURE
TO PLEASE YOU.
321 gamble Stmt,
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The streets of Chilliwack are being |    The smallpox epidemic in Montreal
macadamized  with  rock  that  curries   is now reported under control
a small  percentage  of gold.
"AT IT HERE SII1CE 19*0"
Coronation
uTEA™
Packed in
BEAUTIFUL CORONATION
SOUVENIR TINS
SO $   a pound
In commemoration of die coronttton of
King •■*■■ "■»'<• V," kldffwayi" bnvc jhuuii iho
marvel -i cor mat I on un ol n tnoM plcturcujuo
andeiqul iltedcitun bearingex< ellcni |Jortniti
ol King Utorfte V, yucen Mary and the Prince
ut Walei. S|"'< Inl paneli have been deRlgm I
representing ( itnada, In.h.i, Africa, A intra la
and New m
Only ji l~"
rice OOo. 1
ilieil nuinbei I. n c been Imported,
(•pHim.i Inn
M  lii .1 *M|inp«,
mm
FtiH BALK Six roomod bouso, new,
p'iiin iii itreet, fCOO cash and boi-
ance easy monthly Instalments. —
Apply J. JI. Header, Vernon, B. C.
Si'okank, Wash.
Oulalnguo anil Rates 011 Application.
Address 1    Sister Supbkiok.
fur HAM*:   Two lot* 33ft. in North
Vancouver, $135 cash  each.      Apply
G. Hilton,  Second itreet.
.Sam Arthur the well known hotel
man died in Spokane from injuries re-
<-m*.l in an Oregon railway accident.
At Armstrong an Indian has been
lined $.11) tor giving liquor to Indians
During .lune in Victoria there were
till births, 66 marriages, anil 41
dVaths,
The Misses Frederlckson have open
ed a temperance hotel in Bnderby.
Shaking dice in New     Westminstei
has  1, 1 strictly  prohibited  hy    the
police.
J, Langston trapped a black bear
at Chickens Lake that weighed 940
pounds.
A company     has been formed     to
build a jam and manual.ide factory
at   SummtTluiid.
Mrs. Christina Hoggan has beeu
given a. liquor license for  the Grand
hotel in  Merritt.
The steamer Andover is now uiuk
nig weekly trips up th,* North Thomp
sun river.
In 1S7.1 Victoria had a population
of 3,000 an.l New Westminster about
2,UUU.
it is reported that the C.P.R. will
build a steel steamer for Bervice 011
Okanagan lake.
lu Victoria (Ieorge Archer was sent
three months to jail for striking u
policeman in the eye.
A lirm in Hazelton received this
month iu one shipment 2.1 tons of
wagOOS and farming implements.
Wm. McCombie died in Kngland
last month. Three years ago he was
the champion mile runner ol 11. U.
hut contracted consumption through
overtraining. lb
Kor shaking dice for money (our
boys were recently lined i'2D each at
Blairmore. Thc owners of the poolroom where the gambling took place
were  lined $75.
The creamery ut Curlew, Wash.,
makes 10,000 pounds of butter a month and W0 gallons of ice cream daily.
Its products ure largely sold in
Greenwood aud other border towus
in B. C.
All the street cars in Victoria have
beeu provided with window screens.
This prevents passengers from sticking their heads out of windows when
other vehicles are passing and getting injured.
At Porcupine River   2u     surveyors
recently had smallpox uud recovered
without medical assistance. Tbey
are working on the surveying of the
international boundary line between
Alaska and the Yukon and caught
the disease in lJawson.
It is feared that Joseph Bonyoau,
of Deseronto, was drowned at Beli-
ville yesterdayf
Dampers along the Niagara river
had their tents blown down by the
high  wind.
Jehu Compeau of Tr.nton, has
been sentenced in two years less one
day for housebreaking.
The surrender of Indian lands to
tli" 'I- vernment is being probed by a
commission at Selkirk.
The steamer  Rappaboanaock,    coal
laden, s.n.k  iii mii feet oi water     in
Jack Pish Bay, Lake Superior.
The Infant  Bon  gl .1.  J. Wilkinson,
.if lish.ma.  was  drowned  In Muskoku
by the upsetting <■[ a small  boat.
A rural mail delivery is neing established by the D..million Government iii the UakwouJ district, near
Umemee.
St. Andrew
has extended
Wilson,  M.  A.
at tluelph.
church, -MtHjse Jaw,
call to Rev. W. G.
1 resbyterian minister
A young man named Flanders,
while walking along the road near
Thames-ford, found a -tockiug partly
tilled with jewellery.
The Swedish Lumber company havo
purchased 50 square miles ol Crown
lands in Kent county, the price being
$loU,0O0.
Mr. J.W. London, chairman ■■; the
Boatd of License Commissioners for
West Hastings, died alter a month's
lllness-
The Canadian Pacific Uailway will
build new passenger docks ut Port
Arthur ,'or their steamship business,
costing i'2t,f),iXX).
Father Michael Power, parish
priest of Harbor Britt on, was inducted us Bishop oi St. George West,
Newfoundland.
The crew oi the Cluucester fishing
schooner, Arethusa, were lined $50
each for taking ba.t illegally at Cajie
Race, Newfoundland.
J. H. Hawkey, said to be a native
of Hamilton, was killed instantly
while walking along the C.P.R. track
four miles east of K«nora.
Tokio and Yokohama have been
visited by a typhuon and the cities
are Hooded.
Holes have been eaten into the
Statue of Liberty at New York by
water.
The  Pope
though   his
dangerous.
is still  very  weuk.      al-
■ llness   is  not  considered
Big Sandy McKay is 80 years old,
anh foreman on a wagon road in the
Slocan. He was at one time a part-
ner of Sir Duu Mann's iu the earlier
days of the C.P.R. Previous to that
he was captain ul a Red River ox
train running from Fort Gurry to
Kdmonton.
Mrs. J. 0. Murphy of Rossland has
taken  up her residence at  the  coast.
Several more real estate oili^es
have heen opened in Macleod,  Alta.
A four-legged chicken was hatc-beJ
this slimmer in the l.yuu Valley.
A colony of 1JU Uvimau Catholic
families  will settle in   thc   Nuus   Val-
Mrs. Uulger recently sold a ranch
of iw acres near Hope ior $i7,uoo.
Hi.'oige Kni,y ol Ksremeoi 1   opeu*
ing a real estute office  in Kelowuu.
North VancoBTer will expend i'2i,
000 this year on its streets uud sale-
walks.
ill.
lu 1,1,':
time.
Jermyu expect.-, to
villa to Keremeos
ii      1*   from
1 11      short
Conductor Geteey will =,,,011
railroading and settle on his
near Oiuville.
IjUll
■   iln/:.
There Is a regular stage hue tins
summer between uroville and ukuii-
agan Pulls.
.1.   Al.   Robinson  has sold  his  mt.r
est  iu  the   IVachland  town-ite  to M.
.*•*;. Morrison,
Fruit  from   Kaslo  is  U
',; exhibit
ed ut the various fairs In the pruiric
provinces.
Un   the   I
selling for
Ite Greek.
Ith of July potato.-    ivere
5) i-ents a pound in (irnn-
A water works system and electric
lighting plant arc being put in at
Miiicuu. Wash.
1). Hardle has moved from Peacb-
laml to Port Mann, where he bus
bought a stors,
A .*-..* .» flurry, lasting hve minutes
occurred south eust of Bay City,
Mich.
Stuzarenko tlie Russian aviator Was
• 1  while tlyiag from Moscow     ut
St.  Petersburg.
N. Lusane, a Hindoo, ran amuck 111
Cuicago armed with u ritle. Kighi
men were wounded.
Three electricians were hurled tiiiy
feet by a subway express train in
New  York. Uuly one was killed.
The houds oi the wire trust in New-
York have withdrawn their plea of
not guilty. They were lined (1,6000
each.
Mohunimed XIi Mizru, tbc ex Shun
of Persia, has been declared uu out
law by ihe National Council at T«-
herun with the price ol $10i),UuU ou
his head.
Tbe interstate Commerce Commission report u fulling ,*:! of cuusuuli-
!.. . oh the Lnited     state-i railways
for tin; quarter ending March Bl, The
decree ■ li Mi killed and 2,'!ui .11
Jured,
1 hai,. Uellman, ol New Yolk late
I) ul Halifax, repoi ted io the polios
thai be had been swindled out oi
$1,000 ij two strangers, They weiv
handling .* Canadian mone) to wc.
if it nere genuine and disappeared.
The I nt**-*,! States Steel Corpora
tiou report that tho earnings (or
Ma> were slightly in excess of those
Ioi April, while June's output show
ed 11 slight fulling ofl. The
Ing   (or the last quarter
to  l'2tl,U)l>,!i'tll).
uei  Barnaul 1.11 uto-d
a brown bear reoently invaded a
ranch near Prank and devoured llvo
turkeys without cranberry sauce.
boh Weiss was burned to death in
the Porcupine lire. He was manager
I .1   Heinze   ii. I  weighed  456
pounds.
lu New Westminster u Jap hy the
name ol Chick has been Bent up for
trial .'or attempting to bribe a polico
man.
More than 1,000 men arc imw working  on tbc con struct Ion of the Canadian Northern Ry. on Vancouver Is-
I land.
fl
I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2. 1011
THE ^yn^HL-HEI^JLLID, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1911'
I
The flower ot ttie Ranch
The ■ satrical prospects for the
coming reason look far better to the
local managers than ever before     in
as much that  the open door     policy
:'  rdehim   who  has  spent   thousands
I :■ liars   In gi\ Ing t<   the local the-i
atre-goers a beautiful play bouse   an
assurance  that  he will receive many
larger attractions which, here-,
•  ti :-* have  been    kept trom him ow-1
ing - ne sided  pi  ic\.       Among
sever,: big mus :al attractions booked for ib*? com.i.i- season "The Flow-
er ot the Ranch," one of Joseph !•'..
-ard's ';■• .-t *■:!■ rings will be an
earlj * Th s     fascinating
musical        .  en    ■ ■■ I  . ■-- stays     at
the Maj si     I .*•.- re   New  Vork t'.t>
an I ne irlj  all     immei  at the     Gar-
.   k tbeal       Chicago     tt is a lieau-
f tbe g    len V\.-.-*t set to
., plot as closely worked
it as     i our mosl     iei  Bsful .Irani
ttractio
I in     California,
pictui -a     Western   ranch.
Then m girls and all
•-**: -  that  one expecle
-.*   .'*■•-•••: i.  range  Including      of
course       tender! >ot   in   the     leading
ove Btory     not
overdi *   prett ily  told,     There
.*.: •• - me i •••■■';■    musical    numbers
■    ■ id dash one aftei
ar. itber   that   lasts   .n  one's  memory.
Days      of      '49,"      "Just  Say  You
Care,       Vi.-. it's the Use of      Dream*
Ing," "Cal fornia    and "The Pajama
and the Nighty," are thc real     son.'
hits, while there are a score of other
s ngs ar.d specialty  numbers interpolated,   thus   assuring   the   theatregoer
that    "The Flower of the  Ranch" will
:.     if bhe most  pleasing nttract-
:.-  to    visit  this    city  this season,
and  will  ii* looked  forward  to    with
.::. isual  .merest.
anywhere from eight to twenty-four
' hours late on account ol the caution
necessary and the time lost entering
and leaving the canals, and the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation .'o.'s
far famed crafts which arc soheduled
to give a daily thrill to throngs ot
tourists by shooting the rapids from
I'resiott to Montreal, have been forced to tie up at the former place
and give their passengers another
sort of a thrill hy train for the remainder of the journey, lvngineors
are pointing out, and the pilots ag -
rce, that the only apparent feasible
way of being assured of a deep free
channel during the whole shipping
season year in and yenr out, dry or
wet will be to push i.head with the
construction of the dam at the Long
Sault, a work which would materially deepen the channel In tiie pai t
which is sboalest at present and
which pilots and captains fear tn.,st.
Until lately the greatest oppjsltlon
to the Long Sault project has been
developed because it was though! it
would be a menace to navigation.
Those who understand the river how-
i*vel ,   now   say   that   navigation   colli.I
not be lienefltbed better in any other
way than by the completion ol this
project
PLENTY OF NICOLA COAL
Ci\ ll'  ECONOMIES.
Montreal, July 31.—When it comes
; attempting economies ot every an.l
any kin ., Montreal ,s second to none
Unfortunately many that sound finely .i; theory lail to work out in
practice. Just imw critics are chuckling over attempted economies in
the disposal of waste paper. A font
months supply, amounting to ahout
s.i tons, !•:' neatly compressed an.l
baied papei was auctioned ofl the
other day .'or i'2l. This auctioning
ofl of thi waste paper is said to be
a pur. '. the policy of economy, but
just in .ibat manner it is dillicult
tu discover. in tbc firat place bhe
patent reversable paper press which
Joes th. compressing cost J2U0 an.l
it takes .,. ,it six men to run it. 'l'o
advertise the .-siies and hire an auct
kraeer further -wells the expense. In
fact those who have figured it out
say that it may take twenty years to
pay foi the papei press alone out of
the ; : : the sale ot the papei
which it compresses so neatly. As a
far-sighted economy tins will break
all local records provided the press
lasts  thi   necessary number of years.
HOW   To   KEEP COOL.
Montreal, Ju.y 31.—A plan for keep
iae- cool wbich has at least the at -
tracti r. *■:' novelty has just been received here by Chiel Detect.vc Car-
pentei in .*. rtter from an altruist in
Liverpool, and although the Commis
lioner bas been .-.. busy that he bas
not ha*, rime as yet to test it, he
■ | assed it a >ng foi what it may
- , th, '. . ng to the inventor
of tbis ichi in* , ail th tt nei essai y
tor a ."■ 's rest,     parad >i cal
i-   ■     m iy *-   ind, is to cover ■ ne's
self - .■'.   ently,     It is the method of
:.   whii a counts. For
a -.*.. first lisite     ■     i
stick
length i ' he
fool ed        ■ -.     is    put      in
positioi • ' '■ i    t tbe     bed
„      ■     .   ■ •     inches above ii
,-.. li *. *, •*.
t'a'i- ' '
ied to th
.-   i sort of ten!     Like
tt  is  of I ll
tend to with
about
* '
•
.... * en toi
t    •
i
■:, in end I
tempera!
lire inside and oul
,
But J '   •
t km      that t     ■    can be
•   *•*
,
.        '. '   n do     the rest.
FORCIBLY    ANNEXED.
Montieai, July ill.—The vagaries of
a defunct municipality ure occupying
the courts at present, action having
been taken against the city by three
proprietors of Notre Dame de (.race
Ward to secure indemnity for land
which was annexed by that municipal
ity for the widening of Bherbrooke
street.
The old municipality did uot take
regular expropriation proceedings,
hut went right abend with the construction of a sidewalk. Protests
were ignored, and now Montreal is
being called upon to pay sums ranging from $^00 to JUKI damages to
the proprietors whose land was taken in this manner. The actions at
present entered arc regarded in the
nature of test enses, us there are in
all sonic thirty  proprietors affected.
MARBLE FOR COURT HOUSE.
Nelson,   July   US.—Twonty   men   arc
employed at     William     Shackleton's
.|iiarry  in  Fnirview  getting out gran
te tor the new court house at Revelstoke.
The actual number of tons of this
rock which will lie required tor the
building, for which W. ('.. Gillett has
the contract, is not. stated but it is
certain that tbe Fairview quarry will
lie in operation for the rest of the
summer.
Mr. Shackleton's quarry has been
closed for some time previous to tlie
reopening to supply this contract but
t is expected that stillinent bull.ling
will lie in progress In this dlstriot in
future to keep a force of men at work
ther.' for some years. Thc amount of
stone available is practically without
limit.
fire Alarm Boxes
HALF  SPEED  AHEAD.
Monti. „.    J..;.     '      Despiti   :l.   !  ■ *
■  * *    i> mil   •'.   [overnm    l      h i ■
..; •■■ ling million! in m ■** •    n I
:. • •:.•  bi t taring tbe n
cl innel    ' •  •■ St, Lnwreooe Irom ttie
Great Laki    to i. •  sea it i-     many
Doom    ■ •    thi    nland  shipping fleets
bave had sui i, rougb sledding as 11 ey
have had  th     season.     For sledding
instead  of    - illing  ;t.    bas    hcen    on
many an eventful occasion. Tin' vsat
er is »M low 'l,at vessels have to
.scrape alone n Bpota and experienc
i*! pilot assert I hal ll is nothing
shirt • •' iin.- r-.ii- to attempt to
:\n a boat through tbe Cedars, the
Split Rock i't iln* I,* ng Sault. The
Jre'.ght boat* are making their   run6
Signals are given thus; 2 str-ite*.
nterval 5 seconds—4 strokes, Hoi
4. No. of box will also be shown
n indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE  BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Boi  No.   14—Corner    First    street
.nd    McKenzie    avenue.  C.  b
& Co.
Uol  No.   15—Corner First      street
nd  Rokeby  avenue,  post  office.
Uox   No.   16—Corner   Second   street
and  Government  Road  and       Opera
louse,
Uox No. 17—Corner Third street
.il Campbell avenue, Globe '.,c;
• r company.
Box No.  18—C.P.R.  station.
Box    No.  2t—Corner    Fifth    street
nd     McKenzie      avenue,     Cath
hurch.
Uoi No.  2C-Corner    Bllth     s'.ieet
nd Orton avenue,  W.  A.  Fo*,'.'
Boi   No.   .it—Curn*»r   fourth  strut
nd Townlcy street,    cornel
rack.
Uol   N.,    Ji    '   .ri.i-r   .,.*.*   .. !     •    ., '
..;  Robson avenue,  Mm.  liaxer
!-.   i No.   34-Fire Hall  No.   t
Box No,  16—Hospital.
Uoi No.   ill,—bchool.
FIRE BRIGADE
Boi  No.  44 -Fire  Hall  No    I
Box     No.   48—Front Btreet      west,
ear C. P. R. bridge.
Uoi    No.    46—Corner    King      nml
Jungles streets,   Palace Meat Market
Boi  No.   47—Corner   Becond       and
Vales  streets,   back  of court house.
Box  No.     48—Corner    Third      Mii
1'has.  Btreets,  Cowan block.
bigiial   for   practice- -not  Ins   ti.ai
lx  (6j  slow  strokes.
One  (li   Indicates Hns  broksn       or
re out.
Moving pictun    al  tht   Edi on the
aire tonight.
There  in   now  30 Anglican  .
in  iln*     Kootenays,     A  new   bl i"*;1
will be appoints i In l H3,
Shotgun  I'illy King was burned in
thc   Pori'iipini    Ine,  He  was known  in
nearly  all  the  mining rumps     Hi     the
"est.
First cIiihs program ,it th* Bduon
theatre tonifht.
Company Arranging to Handle
Season's Demands
Mr. F. McCarty has received word
trom the Nicola Valley Coal & Coke
Company that British Columbia will
he well looked after this winter de.
spite the strike in the Fernie region.
In a letter from the company, an
excerpt reads:
"With regard to the outlook of
coal for the winter, we are installing
a new washery and scroeniug plant
at the collieries immediately, which
will he In operation by the first of
October, when we shall he In a bet -
ter position than ever to handle the
domestic trade."
A representative of the Company
will bc in the city shortly to make
arrangements with Mr. McOarty tor
the  winter's supply  lor  Revelstoke.
There are a large number of users
of tins coal in the city and the need
ol extolling its merits as a lirst * lass
fuel is unnecessary. Call on Mr. McCarty early nud make arrangements
for a supply. 4t.
NOTICE
Revelstoke  Land  DiBtrict.
District of  West Kootenuy.
Take   notice  that  1,   Josiah  Hack,
of Revelstoke, B. 0., occupation hair
dresser,   intends  to apply  for       per-
I mission to purchase the following de-
1 scribed lands.
Commencing at a post planted   at\
: about the south-east corner of Harry
Johnston's    application  to  purchase,
j and     running   north   forty     chains,
i 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,   l'Jll*.
JOSIAH  HACK.
FOR SALE
ACTING    SUPERINTENDENT.
Victoria, July 31.—-Upon raids instructions from Attorney General
Bowser, Inspector Colin S. Campbell
of the provincial police was on Saturday placed in full charge of that
department as acting superintendent,
vice M. Hussey deceased, until the
ministers return and thc announcement of a permanent successor to the
late superintendent.
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
The assessed value of real estate in
Lethbridge is $11,366,000,
Corporation of the City of
Hevelstoke
WARNING
Any persons destroying
trees on any of the Boulevards in the City, will be
prosecuted.
By Order.
B. A. LAWSON,
City Clerk-.
NOTICE.
Itevelstoke l.und District.
District, of West Kootonay.
Take notice that I, Harry John -
ston, ol Arrowhead, B. 0,, occupation Merchant, intends to apply for
permission to purchase llic following
described lands:
Commencing at n post planted at
about three hundred yards south ol
Creek on sand point about two miles
north ol Cape Horn on Upper Arrow
Lake, running twenty chains nortll,
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  loth,  1911.
HARRY  JOHNSTON.
TENDERS FOR REPAIRS
Scaled Tenders marked "Tenders for
Repairs to Central School," will be
received by T. Bradshaw, or W. A.
Sturdy, up to six (6) p.m. on Wednesday, August 2nd, for cert-ail repairs to the school, plans and specilicatious for which can bc seen by
applying to either of thc above gentlemen.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
T. BRADSHAW,
it. Sec.  School  Board.
Registered Pedigreed Collies, I hnve
for Bale two males and two females
two months old. Particulars on
application.—P. N. Roberts, Arrowhead, B. C.
Man wishes work with survey or
cruising party or would clean land
by day or contract. Three years
experience on surveys in Kootenays,
two years clearing lund for big realty firms. Address Oriental hotel,
Advertiser.
Mrs. G. H. BROCK
Corner McKenviu Avenue and 4th St.
West End Dairy
For Sale
17 First-Class Milk Cow
Four Heifers
One Holstein Bull
Horse and Buggy
Milk Wagon
Two Cutters
Two Sets of Harness
All dairy appliances.
Hot mineral baths especially recommended for invalids and tiiose in need of
toning up.
Exclusive bath* provided for ladies. 26
Private Rooms handsomely fitted up.
Rates $1.50 to $2 per day, or $10 per
week.
H    COUSINS,   PROP.
KOOTENAY      LODGE,  No.  "»5 A.  If.
antl A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddlellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Becretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1. 0.  0. F.
Meets every Thursday evening in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
K. G. McRAE, N. G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
H. W. Edwards
Pioneer Taxidermist
of The Kootenai
/ was thc first that ever burst
Into this silent land,
To mount the head of caribou
Or grizzly bear so grand.
APPLY TO
A. G. CARLSON
nan Milk!
AUK  VOX    A   HUSTLER?
tl   SO,  WRITE I'S ABl IVT Till.
EXCLUSIVE AGENCY IOR YOUR TERRITORY
-awake man.
trict,  and will only
taud
Address PITNEK.
56 Princess St.. Winnipeg
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.
Bear Rugs Mounted
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
P   O.  Box 31
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory is now running and
we arc in a position tu supply all kinds
of fruit and vegetable boxes and crates.
Those who have not already sent ns
their orders should do sc at once as they
are coining in fust, und we would like to
deliver all orders in good time' Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
and prices can be had on application to
S. McMahon, kevelstoke, or to
THE KERNABHAN LUMBER COMPANY, LID.
Salmon Ann, B. C.
COURT MT. BEGB1K, No. 3461.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. <X 0. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially  welcomed.
U. W. BELL, U. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Bec.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ot    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELBTOKE,  B.   0.
MeetB every  Wednesday except   tin
Third Wednesday of each month      in
Oddfellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C. C.
Q. H. BROCK, K. of R. & B.
M. of F.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 229.
Meets Becond    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen ar*
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Com. Com.
JAMES McINTYRE,  Clerk.
HARVEY,  McCARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bauk Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Rovelstoke,   B.   C,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. B. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
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.
NOTICE
Hevelstoke  Lund  District.
District oi   West Kootenuy.
Take notice tuat Heury H. MeVity,
ol Hevelstoke, ll. 0., occupation, uc-
countant, inteuus to upply for permission to puicuuse ihe lollowiug described laud.
Commeuciug at a post planted
on the eust bauk of the
Columbia river at the nortb-eust
corner of Lot boulA, Group One, Kootenuy District, and marked "Henry
11. Mewty'B ooutu-Wcst Coruer
Tost," tbcu*.*c c.i&c iti chains, theuce
uorth SO chains, theuce west -10
chaius more or less to the east bauk
ol the Columbia river; theuce south
aloug the eust bauk oi the Columbiu
river SU chuius more or less to the
poiut of commeuoement, containing
320 acres, more or less.
Dated May 10th, 1911.
HENRY H.  McVITY.
Per Charles Robbins,    Agent.
Milk sold in Bottles at 11
quarts for $1; Hotels 25 cents
per gallon.
THOS. LEWIS.
THREE COOKS AND
THREE REASONS
TSri* i .,-•/•
t 1 ell MMfdl '    rt
■
(il IRNEY-OXFORD l< \NGE
Por i*» matter "■• *<twr *hii th< ttp**'*"**
c   *-ti«r|  ■.'  |h«   *,■'•' U   ,."•*■■
luftlUh thc<* lh£Ht*M I    I   ' ■>      * •■  ■'•'!  •
|rite (hit fivt« plenty of t I    ' ■•   -I ■        "ni*n*« mi ha iei i    i
■if   nn which ill ennlt   ir« ««rti I     III GURNKY OXPOBD
RANI • ■ d ttftont why.
rill    iXPORD BCONOMIZRrt ii ■ imill li -. iy mtinf«Mm
llotnied lor bm "iiy -m Ournty*Offofdi<   h 'firm < laet ■• *<fl u
labor,   Notblnfl cun in ap ihi ohlmniy bai « '■>■  ind * i *
The DHrldid Phil ^'rip dlitrfbatii thi hill
tronl •* writ ki hark r,   svifl, ibiJI •Mflriftf lltlRlt Til   I   -
ht.1t mi       I hifl il nn lirrt. ■  (Ml     I [1. ir ii    tl •!.,   I mnrk than
hii .
Are you al'Mvay» <lti»li»< ?  Thr 0(11 UiT'Olloi
•Iblt Gnti iivii dirt tod limri out*hill turn ind *h' n«h»«
arc -nii, irhilathi Intirloaklnltilth Irlndtbihirdiit il nkti
Thtff are plenty <il Othff "rtiiOHi*1 lot Hip *•)■ MUtfl
ol ihr OurntyOilnrdt ■• ■ r-ill <m ui will oonvlnoi fw
(iiiiii' in ami are mir varied llnti mil wo will iltnionalril*
ill thm (enure! tn your eniiri laliilaotion.
Lawrence Hardware Company, Ltd.
|2|/ GONZAGA 1011(1,1 ]312
i ..ml ml-il li>- Ilin Jnmilt  Kalliern u a
J       .Mil      'III) Ilill'll,      MlMMIh     UpOO   III
• I"*   '   II      I* I   III
mil In IU priuoni
upn * * oinplotn
•   otnpuu nl in• '■    mi * mil  ll   <ii* I*.
.        tin* bsiil
il foi   f ■■    *.i nny  InMlllutlon III
i illeKl ii.   |i|-g|i m . ,,,,l
■      II     * I,     *.      |MI*|llll„l,,|)
.'    , ■ mm*." i    fl iiiIim.i*.       I .anl
m,     I* .ii i.ih, oponiUH
III      '    iM'M-K     uplilli ill lull
• ; ul    iff  • outgo SI...
11J  1.1
NOTICK.
Revelstoke  Lunil District.
District ol West Kooteuay.
Tuk.0 uotice thut Kdith O. MeVity,
ot Revelstoke, B.C., occui).ition married   m ui,   intends  to   -al'l'-i'       'or
permission to purchase the   lollowiug
described luud.
Commeuciug ut u post plunted ou
the eust bunk ot the Columbia river
bU chuius uortb Irom the North West
Comer ot Lot MUIA, Croup One, Kootenuy District, uud murked "Kdith
(J. McVity's South-West Corner
PoBt," ttence fust 40 chuius, theuce
north 80 chuius, theuco west 40
more or less to the eust bunk of the
Columbiu river; theuie south ulung
the eust bunk of the Columbia river
SU (bains more iirless to the point
ol commencement, contuining 3HU
ucres more or less.
Duted Muy lblb, l'Jll.
KDITH G. McVITY.
I'er   Cliuiles  ltubbins,    Agent.
ROBKRT  BMITH,
Provincial Land  Buvoyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Kngiueoring
McKKNZIK AVK.,
BOX   106,   RKVKL8TOKK.
I IKS I ■( I ASS
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dnd Olliii' i leaning
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Barbejr Shop
FOR SAI.K   Hlx  Dairy Cowb, also  I
thoroughbred boar tfarM moDthi old
Apply Mii. 1,. Martin, tJtcamoui,
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DEPARTMtNTOF WORKS
OOLUMBIA    DISTRICT
IIHIIIWAY       BRIDUB,      I'OI.UMBIA
RIVBR,   BPILUMAOHBNB,  B.O.
GALENA P, ii.
In   llir   Mal.li'i-  nt Clmpliir   116   "Nuv-
ii'.iiiir  Waters  Protection Act,"
li. S. ('., 1906,
NOTICK im ln*ii-liy given that drawing* mnl description of tlu> Hitc ol a
proposod bridge ov»r thc Oolumbia
Kivii, iii Galena Buy, ll. 0., have
Ini'ii deposited with the Minister ot
Public W.'iki, Ottawa, und duplicates
iin'i."'[ with tiie Registrar of Deeds,
at Ni'iion, ll. (' , nml tbat, thirty
days uft.i'i date, the Hon. the MinlHt-
h nl Public Works in tbc Govern-
iiimiii "I iiiitifii Oolumbia will apply
t" tin' G"V.■iimi• GiMierul in Council
lm approval thereof.
J.  ED, GRIFFITH,
I'ublir Works lOngineer.
Department ol i'ublic Works,
Victoria, July 2lat, 19*11   Ag.iid.
NOTICK.
CKRT1FICATK OF IMPROVEMENT.
Coronation V.R.U. aad North Star
Mineral Claims, situate in the Trout
Lake Miuiug Division ol West Koote-
aay District. Whore located:—On
Rupid Creek.
Take notice tbat I, 0. B. N. Wilkie
acting as ageat fur Cutler Thomas,
Porter uf Spukaue, Wash., U. S. A.,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B 91976,
intend, sixty days from dato hereof,
te apply to tbo Mining Recorder for
a CertiUcate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crowa Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must be commenoed
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 27th day of April, 1911.
O. B. N.  WILKIB.
NOTICE
Revelatoke Land District.
District ul  West Kootenay.
Take notice that Mario Scott, ot
Nelson, B. 0., occupation married
wumun, inU'iidii to upply for permission to purchase tho lollowing described lands.
Commencing at a post planted 80
chains west from tbo S.W. Corner ot
Lot 8148 uud running north 80 chains
eust 80 chains, suutb 80 chuius, west
80 chaius tu poiut ot commeuoement,
being Mario Scott's South West Corner Post.
Duted Muy 15th, 1911.
MARIE -SCOTT,
Per J. II. Feeney, Agent.
NOTICK.
Certificate of Improvement.
Wakefield, Helea, Colorado, Del
.'viiim, Del Key, Sun Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineiiil Claims, situute in the I,ui ili-au Mining Division
o! West Kooteuay District. Whore
located:—on Mohawk  Creek.
Take Notico that 1, A. H. Green,
acting a" agent fur J* lm R. Heary,
Special Free Miner's Certilicate . No.
381-0, Huul sixty duys from date
hereof, to upply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining
Cruwn Grants of Uie abuve claims.
And further take nutice ilmt action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this HOth day of October, A.
D„ 1910.
A. H. GREEN.
NOTICE.
Revelatoke Land District
District of West Kooteuay
TAKE NOTICE that 1, Samuel VV.
Ralston of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation Photographer, miendi to apply
lor permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands: —
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to tbe southwest corner of Lot M-ik:
thence north SO chains; west 40 chnins,
soiiih 80 cbaina;*eaat 40 ehains to point
of commencement and containing ili):
acres more- or less
SAML'KL VV, RALSTON.
James Fi?licr Agent,
Dated June 12th, 1911.
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the: mail-heeald, revelstok ej
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 2, 1914
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 3. Hume & 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.
Here Is Foot Comfort!
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 Gent
out on approval as we will be compelled
to refuse.
STRAW HAT BARGAINS
Don't forget that we must clear out this
lot before the summer weather ends. Hats
that will give you comfort and suit your appearance.    Keep cool under one of them.
Prices 25c. 50c. $ I, $1.50
Children's Hats, both Straw and Canvas, 65c
Worried feet cause half the ills and
discomforts that harass the men and
women of our age.
The Scholl "Foot-Eazer"
ia a remedy. It is a scientific arch support or
cushion that supports the muscles and tendons and Rives them strength to carry the
weight of the body at the foot arch.
' It does away with all nervous and muscular
Btrain and quickly replaces the natural elasticity to the foot and prevents flat-foot with
its painful consequences.
I Makes walking or standing absolutely comfortable, keeps shoes In shape and gives the instep a
graceful arch.
1    The Scholl "Foot-Eater" is made J
of two German Silver Springs, leath
er covered, and is springy, flex   "
and self-adjusting tu all feet
and can be easily slip
Into any shoe.
They do not
needtackinffor I
pastingbutare '
easily changed
from one pair to another.
If you have any foot trouble whatsoever the
Scholl "Foot-Eazer" will give you instant relief
aa well as rest and comfort.
AH Bizes for men and women, $2.00 per pair.
We are headquarters for foot comfort and the
Scholl "Foot-Eazer" is one of the principal meant
of conveying it to you.   Let us prove it,
$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 Buits you in
this lot. Plain browns, grays, wines and
purples, in] Bilks and lisles. Clocked and
embroidered lisles, purples, browns, tans,
and grayB.    Regular (IOc. 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.   50c.   75c.
Parasols
Still a nice selection of parasols.
A few of those natural pongees with
colored borders that have been such
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
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.
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 gnat ones, all
15c.
Paper Napkins
Japanese Paper Napkins, nice floral
and other designs. For picnics and outdoor luncheons, per hundred
20c.
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
Spool Cotton
As usual Friday Bargain Spool Cotton
40c. a dozen or
3 Spools for 10c.
.% House Furnishings
Tapestry Squares
We have in stock a very choice
line of these squares in greens, fawns,
and red effects. Choice new floral,
Oriental and Medallion patterns at
prices which should commend them to
the buyer.
Size 6.9x9—18 to $10.50
"    9 x9—»11 to lli.00
"   9x10.6—112 to 18.(0
"   9x12—120 and 21.00
"    10.6x12—125.00
These Squares are splendid£valtrtf.
For balance of July we are offering
10 per cent off for Cash
Bimgalo and Cable Nets
Our range of these heavy nets iB complete with the new Btnall patterns now
in vogue, as well as the line allover
styles. We are showing these in
White, Ivory, Ecru and Arab shades
•16 to BO 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 is the
value. They are made to stand extra
hard wear, easily cleaned, bave neat
artistic designs, and tbe price is remarkably low.
Size 9x9-*U.OO
" 9x10.6—$16
" 9x12—*17 50
"    7.6x9— $9.60
10 per cent off for Cash during
balance of July
Linoleum and Floor
Oilcloth
Dur stock of Floor Coverings are all
heavy Scotch manufacture, the best
procurable. A choice range of patterns
in printed and inlaid goods. !{, 6, 9,
and 12 feet wide.
Get Them at Hume's
J?<C High Class Groceries JV
Summer Drinks
The hot weather season makes us dry
and thirsty. Let us talk of a beverage
tbat will quench our thirst and make
ub think that after all it is not bo hot.
Monserat and Nabob Lime Juice will
do you justice. It is as desirable to
have in your home, as money in your
pass book. Tbe more you lean on
their virtues, the pleasanter your surprise will be when you have used them.
Good Catsup—Cheap
During this week we want to make
it worth your while to come in and ask
uh for a bottle of liurlington Tomato
Catsup, You may look at the prices
quoted in catalogues from all the different cities, but for a real good snap in
Catsup we are on the top. liurlington
Brand for one week only at the very
small prico 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
fruits. We simply ask you to give us a
trial. We guarantee absolute satisfaction with our granulated sugar, and for
preserving qualities it is perfect.
Get Hume's Prices
Quick Pudding
It is too hot just now to cook puddings, pies, or pastry, when you can
buy for 15 centa a package of Quick
Tapioca, Custard, or Chocolate. Vou
couldn't have a better article in your
house. They require no soaking and in
fifteen minutes a delicious pudding can
be made, ready to serve. Tbe virtue of
absolute cleanliness is firmly linked to
that of evenness of quality in our
Quick Padding,
Only 15 cents
Get Hume's Prices on Groceries
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THE nyC^lL-HlER^L.LID, EEVELSTOKB
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BSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1911
REID & YOUNG
10 Pieces of Gingham on Sale
Sale Price - 10c
10 Pieces Besl English Prints
Sale Price-10c
I,a'lies' House Blouses
On Sale at 50c
Ladies' Muslin 1-Piece Dresses
Sale Price $3.00
Ladies' White Duck Skirts
On Sale at $1.65
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Ladies' Parasols, 20 in lot,
Your Choice lor $1.00
Ladies' and Children's trimmed hats,
At Your Own Price
Boots and Shoes, odd lots.   Regular
- I.(HI 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
BRIGHT STUDENTS
Successful CaniiiiiaiGS at thi
High School Exams
TWBUtj   "IIM .'III     uf tWl 111 >   llllV,
pupils iiiiii wrote un ttie high u llool
examinations in Kevelstoke have been
successful, onl> two uf Lho candidates
having (ailed, I his is a very good
showing for this city and in scarcely
excelled any plac i, Ohllllwack Beud-
lifg up twenty-lour passed thu whole
bunch, .iii.l Lioldon with four candi
dates did Ui.* nn*' thing, while
ri'Ui!;i'i land with lifted) also pasBed
the whole numhin * It is again Worthy of notice thai the largo percent
a.'.rs ol successful candidates are
from the rural cenl res, while the largest number of failures ure in the
eity  schools.
Of a total numhei  of 1,259     candidates at the oxi nations iu the var
Ions contres, Mi passed,     The exam
a.ii Ions With hei I     at  the follpwing
places and the n unber of pupils writing nnd successful candidates were as
follows:
Mi-iiiM. his position thai li • had de-
..li-.i l" leave for tbe coast, but he
issured the sl,*.'T thai lie would al-
ruys carry Ailli him many pleasant
im nwlii'S   uf   111.'   .lays   sp.'iil    in    ReV-
dstoke city hall.     Kefreshmeiite ware
sprvod after the  presentation.
R.M.R.  SII I'.
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REID & YOUNG
No.  of
i 'anilrtlales.  fassed
'ARROL-SCOTT—At     St.      Peter's
b ireh,  Revelstoke,  l*.  C,    by th *
;       i .  \   |       u ler, reotor, .James
a.  Carrol,  of  Boston,  Mass..    and
Minnie A.  Scott,  of Gabarus    N.S
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Mrs. P. M. i'.i  ■"> Ci*' ""'  ''	
again this season-
Mrs. C. M,  V ield and family      ni
picnicking at   Albert Oanyoa.
Mysterious     Willard, Opera  House,
t 2nd and 3rd.
Rev. J. U. Hoi ion, * I Salm m Ann
m ...  ;: each  in  tl e  Metb idiat  cjurcu.
Mr.   A.*  Uerasle of i 'ulgarj.  wus a
. a :  [ | uy on Saturday, on
i'icl iria.
Mr.   Pre.    Bstey,   uf  the  Vale Ool
i      * L'O.,   ol    S   '.*:.,     all l
Ojs  ** ••    at ti"  hoiiu'     u,
.:-.   A.  McRae.
j. f ... [the Mi rning Albei
.Nas.    Kulicitin ana
;     - boi t     I   tilt* L'.P.it.
Mr. and Mrs. li.  S. Mel alter     ri
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tended \ IH       Minueaj s,    wiiei.
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WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Wii;. suffer with lla* heat during llu- warm weather
wan own linking when wo will deliver lo you
ever) ilnv Cresh Hrenri, Cuke< nnd I'nstfj ol all kinds
and us quulitj is our niolto, we feel sine a trial
order will mean a steady customer.
FRESH FRUITS ANU VEOETABlCS arriving daily. 1'rosh
Lettuce, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Onions,
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoanuts, Pineapples,
Oranges, Lemons, Grape Fruit. I'..man.is. As we
buy these m small quantities you will always find
tlu'in lush and g I.
A. HOBSON,      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
First  class program at  the  Bdison
the it i ■• tonight.
CANADIAN NM INJURED
Toilel  ammonia  violet  perfumed at
Macuonaurs drug CrUISBr NlGbe 1 HIpa 116ll Ofl ROCKS
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Imll "ii Friilaj  aft* on. 'Ul   H«C    HUUI3
Mrs.  II. A. Ls 'I
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Cumberland   ...
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I'Vniie   	
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Clan.I Forks .
Kamloops .  .
Kaslo 	
Kelowna 	
Ladysmith  	
Nanaimo  	
Nelson   	
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I'eaelilan.l   	
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Vernon 	
Victoria 	
Total 	
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Following are the scores of tlio H.
M. K. Cun Club shunt for this week.
This Ib the lirst shunt id the elub
with the new Ross rifle just received
from the  Dominion headquarters:
Sorgt.  Smythe  93
Sergt.  Unit  90
Pte.   Durrand   81
Pte.  l'Vntun   80
Sergt.  Cai nee     09
Corp.  Allan fill
l'te.   .Li'l;   Fenton    (Ill*
Pte.  Tw lie    44
1'Im   Spice  40
Pte.  Shearer 39
i.i. Brock  20
Range, 200,  500 ami  000 ynrds.
Following an*  the successful  ' an.l,
•lat.es at  Revelstoke and Golden:
REV10LSTOKE,
Preliminary course,  Junior grade-
Maximum marks,  1,000; number      of
candidates, :i; passed 8:     Simmonds,
Kate.  821;  Siblmld,   Kathleen,      730;
Moran,   Lillian. 684;  Johnson,  Laura
M., 657;  Dlcki j.  Sheila,  636; Oorson,
Ivdna C, 595;v_McRue, Charles K. SOI.;
Lindmark,  Mj rtle,  559.
Advanced Cuius.*,   Junior   Grade-
Maximum marks.   LyOOO; number      of
candidates,   14;    passed,  I".:     Porter,
Muriel   C.,  711    i miisier.   Herbert   1...
652;   Hobbs,   bertha   M .   643;   Calder,
Dona  :  * I., i    .  Fraser, Frederick,G26
Tomlin    a.      William   V.,    607;   l'r.,ii
604;   Procunler,  \.    10.
I'-* *.     17:   I- ic d,   Mary   lv,  593; Gor
'<'   rol.l   "  ,    ■ *.  Ah*. '.,1 ui*. Doug
Tapping,   Alfred,    55G;
:.   lb. 518i
GOLDEN.
Advanced
li   i        Maximum
■ :    if c indidal is 2;
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na.nl    U -
oi   Grade;   Mail-
mbci   ol  candi
■'■   -    \ lams, Minnie G,
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Revenue Increases
Following  Is tho statement   of rev
iMine collected nl   tho port  of  Revel
stoke 'luting Ilio month ol July. The
report     slum's a substantial Increase
over the corresponding month of last
year:
Dull  collected   -$14,291.00
Oth i* revenuoB          60,00
Collections,
Increase   ...
1910
$14,351.00
..$12,038,47
COOL F00TWEA
FOR HOT WEATHER
We are in a position to Biippli your needs for comfortable
footweai for this reason at very moderate prices.
Comfortable Canvas Slims and I'rmps for ladies, in white,
tan aud blue, all sizes from 21 to 7, reduced to $1.50 per pair,
While Canvas Oxford for Misses and Children, sizes 5 to 7l,
85c, Sizes S to 1IIJ, $1.(10. Sizes 11 lo 2, $1.10. Children's Barefoot Sandals in all si/es.
SPECIAL   IN   MADRAS
See oui* window for some "I the bargains "f the season in
Madras, There is nothing makes prctfler curtains, and nothing
more economical. We have il in while anil ecru, from 30c, :i yard
up.
I'n Ity Scrims, revefsiMe patterns, 36 inches wide, regular
price, <"<•., this week onl\ -'-■ 1 2c,
AFTER   SUPPER   SALE
Watch for our Salurdaj announcement. You will find souieof
lhe greatest snaps we have \et offered at any of these sales.
WAI Cil nl R  v\ IMillWS.
cTWcLennan C& Co.
.$ 2,312.53
Melvin Gurris
On the evening of July 2'. the marriage ii," Kev. M. C. Melvin, 11. A..
pastor of St.. Stephen's Presbyterian
church lu Miss Alary Olive linn-is,
daughter of Captain John Burris,Nova Scotia, luuk place at the home of
the bride's aunt Mrs. (ieorge Grant,
Vancouver. Rev. Mr. Ken* of Prince
Rupert an uld friend of the bridegroom, officiated, The newly mar
i-ii'il collide left by cteamer at midnight for Prince Rupert where the
honeymoon will be spent the bridegroom al the same lime taking up
ltev. Mr. Kerr's charge while Iw is
on vacation. They are expected to
return In about nne month.
NELSON'S  FREIGHT RATES.
Nelson, Aug. I.—E. K. Bees ton, has
been appointed by the freight rates
committee of the board of trade to
preparo Nelson's ease for presentation before the Board ot Railway
Commissioners at the meeting of
Vancouver's application tor lower
rates to the Interior, The selection
of delegates and thc question ot
Onaftces were left nvei until the next
meeting.
BIG   PIHE AT PEHNIE.
Fernie, July 31.—Three million feet
ol i". * «ai liuin,il at tbe lumber
camp of thn Fernie Lumber Co. yes-
teiday. All the camp supplies and
buildings were destroyed. There arc
reports  ot other  Incipient   flres      at
t ln-r points, Iml im apprehensl n is
felt.
Wll.I,  WELCOME  I'll.-: .lilli!.
Mii. AMAN PRESENTED
Citj Hal! Staff Honor employee
ofi His Departure
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tlves of the eity are preparing to
welcome enthusiastically, Hon, liih-
ard McBrlde on iris return from England. He will arrive here on Thursday .
Moving pictures at the Edison theatre tonight.
I" IR   9 W.I*:- Six   Hairy   Cows,   also   1
•biiie! boar three months old
—Apply  Mrs.  L,  Martin,  Sicamous,
ii   c
Water Notice
1    ll    C.  Wallis,     ul     Arrowhead,
give  notice   Hint   on  the
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;ilv to i'f Watei  Commls loner,     ut
R ivel inke, for a  license
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Save Your Horses!
Provender is dear and so is horse flesh, hut IirIiI running
wagons and buggies nre clieaji.
Tin- evolution ol lhe Farm nnd Road Vehicles lms kept pace
with modern science and now \w are offering
All Spring-Steel Wagons
fitted oui with perfect roller-hearing running gem just  us cheap as
tin- old-fashioned wooden   framed  wagon.   Thev run  lighter  and
easier ainl wear  l( llger.
Those who purchased them are our most satisfied customers.
You don't have to take ulT the wheels to grease Ihem; they are
dust proof caps and carry a much heavter load thnn the ordinary
wagon,
A full supply of buggies of the newest makes also garden aud
farm implements, ask us about them.
S. McMAHGN
First Street, West, - CppcsHe Post Office
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July Clearance Sale of Shoes
We have about Hit) pairs of Slides
which we have been selling from |5 to
$(! and are clearing them out al 0*8.75,
This assortment consists of different
shapes nnd styles and contains all
sizes made by the hest makers. They
are Btylish and lit perfectly. <1>Q ~jk
See Our Window.       y>o.f U
i%c%ae Mercantile Co., JL\td.
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Revelstoke Plumbing, Heating k Sheet Metal Co.
I 'Uiu Mes given lur Sanitary wnrk. Rlectrlc l.i-ulilitii-. llut
Mi   Water, Steam Heating and all kinds ol Sheet  M t.il
i     |]     l.avati iu *. Water I lusels, etc.
i       pi attention er i n
to all orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
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Box 401
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