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Vol. 17-No.   67
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST 26   1911
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In order to make room for Fall Goods, have decided to sell Summer stock of Ladies' wear
at a great reduction in price.
Mrs. A. G, Crick, <> First Street
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LIBERAL CANDIDATE
BISCUITS! BISCUITSl
Fresh stock of Christie's Sodas, Arrow Root,
Sultana and Marsh Mellow Biscuits just in.
Prices Right.
Eastern Molasses Snaps made from highest
grade materials, only 15c. per lb.
We get regular shipments Perrin's & Ramsay's goods.
JOHN McINTYRE & SON.    Pn. 03
Housewife's favorite Brands
Robin Hood Flour
Jacob's Dublin Biscuits '
Bell Blend Tea
Bell's No. I Java and Mocha Coffee
0. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
QROOER & BAKKR
Phono No. 23
Dr. J J. King and Other Liberal
Speakers Address Big Meeting at Opera House
The Hint Kim ui the Dominion election campaign, ro inr n« Revelstoke
is concerned, was fired Thursday
niiiii at tbe opei.i hoiiBo, when Dr.
.1. il. King, the Liberal cand'l-da'teI
(or Kootenay aiddressed the electors
ot the city.
The meeting was one of the largest
an.l best ol nny political party ever
held in Revelstoke, and clmrly showed that the people of this city take !
a deep interest in the great question'
of,reciprocity with the United States
A noticeable feature of the gathering
was thc unusually large number ot
ladiis presentf
The stage  was  tastefully decorated I
with  llowers,  flags and bunting while
a picture of  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the
Liberal leader, draped with the British ensign, .adorned the centre ol the
back drop curtain.   Across tbe top of
the proscenium a streamer was hung I
on     wbich was painted th? words — i
"The     Old  Cock will Win,"       while]
around the stage and on the walls of |
the  opera  house  large  cards  bearing j
the  Liberal     war cry     "King      for
Kootenay" and other     mottoes were |
in evidence.
Dr. Sutherland, president ot the lo-'
cal Liberal Association, occupied the
chair, and with him on the platform
were the speakers of the evening:—
Dr. King, Mr. M. A. McDonald, of
Cranbrook, and W. J. Farris of Nelson, and a number of prominent local Liberate including Mayor Hamilton, Aid. W. Bews, J. M. Keliie, J.
Abrahamson, W. I. Briggs, R. Howson and' J. P. McLennan.
Dr. Sutherland in a tew opening re-
murks introduced the speakers of the
evening, and in referring to Dr. King
the Liberal candidate, expressed the
belief that he would be the choice
of the electors on September 21stand
vouched for him as a man in every
way worthy to adequately represent
this constituency in the Dominion
parliament at Ottawa. He also point
ed out that Dr. King wns a man ol
legislative experience, having been a
m-ember for Cranbrook riding in the
Provincial house for seven years jm.iI
as an old timer in tbe province In
every way conversant with thc requirements of the district.
W. J. Karris of Nelson, was tl.e
first speaker, and in a few words
bean ih endorsed the chairman's re
marks regarding Dr. King. He touched but lightly on the great i|*i BtMl
of reciprocity, leaving that for tlu*
other speakers, but be likened th.
tactics of the opposition in wrapping
the flag around themselves an I par
ailing their loyalty, to the Unim
Jack which adorned the back wall ol
a country school house in Ontario
The school Inspector came along on<
duy ami wanted to take it down, bin
the teacher said, "No, don't do
that, there Is a big note tahlnd it,"
and said Mr. Harris, that is whal
tho Oonscrv-aelvee are using tbe lla
for—to hide tbe hole in their argu
ments.
Mr. Karris also touched on the
qiiestioii of making the Columbia ri\
er navigable from Uevelstoke to the
Pacific coast. He snid that that was
no idle dream as future years would
show. Tlie Dominion governmenl
have already made na appropriation
of JWIWI for a survey of llie work to
I Und out approximately what it would
j coat and whether it will lie feasible.
This water route would be a grea!
bleMtng   to  rcsi'di nts  of   the   inlei ior
as ii w,aiid im un a considerable re
diiction iii freight ra'es. Be ilowil
with an earnest np)>eul to the people
to vote lor Dr.  King tbe reoiprodtj
I candidate.
Iir.   King,   the  next speaker,      wan
well  received,  and his    remarks  were
| punctuated with frequent gpplause
Before he entered into the arguments
in favor of reciprocity, he made It
clear that this great question ol reciprocal trade with the United
States was not a Party question but
was something that every government since confederation had tried
to get. He showed that Irom 18">5
to 18116 there had been reciprocity
between Canada and the 1'nited
States, which hi»d heen of benefit to
both countries, and that treaty had
been abrogated by the StateN. SklM
that time every Conservative leader,
and government had tried to get another treaty of a mmllar kind, and
as a matter of fact a standing ofler
had been placed on tin* stat.iBtirs of
Canada Iiy Sir John A. Macdonald,
to ih.' illei'l that ('nn ,.1,1 would admit, duty free, natural product*
from the l'niteil Slates at any time
thnl Canadian natural products were
admitted In.* Into tin* States. The
difference between the pic-mit Liberal
(government uud thc preceding Conservative government! wai tbis, tbat
Don't forget the "Smoker"
Wednesday Evening in the
Selkirk Hall by members of
Conservative Association.
GOOD   PROGRAMME
whereas the Conservatives had trloJ
repeatedly to get reciprocity and
Sailed, the Liberal government had
tried once but when the Unilwl
States refused to listen, what did
Sir Willri',1 Lam iei' do.' He said very
well we will not ask you nny more,
you will have to come to usif you
want to make a trade treaty, and so
he nt once inaugurated bis Uritish
preference and still later with a 3d
per cent British preferences. And
what did the Conservatives do dur -
ing this time—fought the British
preference tooth and nail. And now
they are howling about Laurler's disloyalty nnd annexation and so on.
The speaker then took up the reciprocity pact in detail, showing that
it only meant free, trade in natural
products, and a very slight reduction
on some manufactured goods. He iin-
staneed the benefit the pact would
have in regard to the coke industry
ol the Crows Nest Pass. We only
had two small smelters in B. 0.
which could not begin to use up the
output if the industry were developed, while in the State.*! they had no
coal that th'y could coke nnd would
naturally turn to the nearest market
when the duty was remo: ed. He
also showed the effect the pact would
have on the fishing industry of the
Atlantic and the Pacific, and also on
the lumber industry, etc.
(Continued on Page 8.)
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS
cm thru mm
ircus Train the Victim ot ;
Head-On Collision - Death
Under Peculiar Circumstance:
A man named Uickeby, without any
particular occupation, was killed on
Thursday morning just opposite the
Turnross livery stables under cir -
cumstaiices that would indicate a deliberate case of suicide. According to
eye witnesses the man who was walk
ing the track saw the approach of
the east-bound  Kxpress No. 14,    and
1.spite   lhe  (act      that  tlle       en*;iii
whistle wns blown loud nnd long,  he
refused  to leave the track, but      in
I.a.I deliberately faced the engine
and allowed it to strike him, causing
instant death. Deceased waa a man
of ahout 2R' or 80 years of age, nnd
had at one time been employed ii
tlie City hotel bere. lie ha- a broth
er living in the city of Peterborough
Ont., who hns been advised of the
occurrence. Immediately after th>'
deed was committed the local police
were communicated with and the
body was removed to Howson's undertaking parlors and prepared for
burial which took place on Friday.
It was a pecuHar coincidence that
the name train the same night liml
nlso struck a boboe nt Salmon Arm
nnd k lied him.
Another accident by which another
knii'lit nl the mad lost his life DC
no iv.I at Three Valley Thursday,
when a rnrloud of lumber oil which
the boboe was riding shifted nnd pin
ned him to his death. The (rain at
the lime was shunting and the slid
den jarring is supposed to have oaui
ed the Hhifliiig of llie lumber.
Tb* early morning passeivei train
from the west this morning CO Hide I
with the incoming cirrus train near
thc power plant, and iih a result one
ol the circus cars wns pitched head
long Into the sand bank, while one
of the small ponies of the clrriiH was
killed outright. Another horsa lie-
longing to the show was also ao
badly hurt that it had to Iki shot
afterwards.   It Is also reported that
>n« of tlie employees of the dircus
had his leg hurt, hut to what extent
has not lieen learned.  At thc time of
he head on collision the circus train
had very nearly come to a standstill
The accident resulted in the tlelng
up of traffic for a few hours.
Card ot Thanks
We hereby desire to express our
Hini-ctr I hunk' lo the doctors anil
hospital staff for their kin I illin
tion to on/ deceased son during his
illness, and nlso to the kind friends
aboni the rily for then sympathy
and help during our bereavement
Mr.  ninl  Mrs.  .lolin  Samson.
Moving ricturee Tonight.
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WILL EXHIBIT AT Fi
Boosters Visit Southern Towns
and Interest Residents-All
Coming to Fair
To say that the businessmen of
the city who spent three days In tho
aouth country boosting for the fall
fair has a successful trip and did a
lot of good for that institution, and
also for the city in general, is putting t Iw facts of the matter in a
very mild, hut at the same time in
a very concise manner. The trip
must result in a great deal ot good,
for every person met with on tba trip
seemed to catch the boosting spirit,
and to l>ecome just au enthusiastic
over the coming fair as were the visitors, and it was the expressed opinion of every person met that they
would like to come up and at least
see this fair that was promoted by
suoh a crowd ot boosters. That tbey
would bring with bhem every article
for show purposes that they could
muster was another promise made by
the raisers of fruit and vegetables in
tbe Arrow Lakes district, and by
the way, it must be mentioned that
this district is very rich in fruit and
vegetable  lands.
Passing by on the boats gives one
no possible conception of the vast resources of the Southern district, and
bhe stay of three days along the
route of tbe lakes wns only resultant
of seeing just the slightest litt'.o bit
of the beautiful ranch land in which
this country abounds. To appreciate
it to the full one must necessarily
spend not only days, but weeks anl
possibly months.
Thc trip whieh was made on the
steamer Revelstoke chartered specially for the ocoasion, was taken in by
some fourteen of the businessmen ol
the cily. There were only fourteen,
but they were all boosters witli not
a lazy bone in their bodies, and tbe
task undertaken was principally the
distribution of literature pertaining
to tlle fair and that ot     interesting
lie raisers cf .'mit and vegetables to
a point ol exhibiting their products
*t the comiug fair. This no doubt
was accomplisiied.
The boat left Revelstoke on Wed
nesday morning at about 7:30 in ler
i'he direction of ' Captain Foralund,
who himself is the proud possessor
of oue of the most bcatitiliTT and prolific ranches along the lakesbore, and
after a run of several hours reaclwd
Nakusp, whicli was tbe first stopping
place. Here an effort wns made to
get in touch with Mr. Thos. Ahriel,
wbo represents the progressive spirit
of that neighborhood, but Mr. Abriel
not being in the city it was decided
to make another stop on tlie return
journey. However the boosters got
in touch with Mr. R. II. Uaird, the
secretary of tbe Farmers' Institute of
that city, and he gave his prontiaa
that the matter ol Inking an exhibit
to the (air waiild be brought to the
attention of a meeting thut would
be held there the latter part of the
week. Mr. R. H. Larue another
prominent rancher of that district,
and also a member "of tlie Farmers'
Institute, alio promised to do his
best in lhe interests of the fair. The
stores of Wagstaff & Vestrup, nnd
V. W. Jordan were nlso vi-dti-d and
in eaeh nf these places a Dumber of
rancberi were seen who to aman
promised to come to the. fair, and
also il possible bring up some exhibits. Mr. W. Seott, the government
ngent at tbat place also promised to
talk llii' fair up among the many peo
pie whom he meets with In the eoui
se of liis business.
Alter a stay ol perhaps an hour,
the boat pulled out awl the party
letl lor Kdgvwood where a slay over
night was mn.le. Here lhe people
ol Uh' lown are particularly progressive and have to a marked degree
faith in their own Country ami ils
resources. They have what they are
ploasod to term "Tins ICilgewood and I
Kire Valley Progress Asso'iafinn," I
which is doing good work among the
capitalists abroad who are looking ,
tor good Investments. Mr. J.W. Forde'
is tlie prenldent of this association,
and exhibited a peculiar Interest in
the visitors. Arrangements were
made for a drive through the Fire
Valley the next morning, aiid one
oannot become too enthusiastic over
the possibilities of this beautiful
Mart of land. In itsell it is perfect-
Ion. The ranch of B. 0, Tnives, run
hy L. M. Morrison wns visited, and
here wns wen the lieniit ilill sight of
a lull HKI acre field, all of which was
sown to hay, grnin nnd potatoes,
Another party of the Visitors took
a trip out. to the ranch of Mr. Hangs
wliieli Is one ol the nights that a
vmitoi to Kilgtwood nnd tlle Flrc
Valley (ihould not miss, as It. is an
eduontlon In the art ol agriculture.
Strewn all along the valley wlnih U
tends for miles and miles arc   eome
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine Furnaces
2* Enamel and Tinware
We  can   supply    your
v\ ants in the above line
with the best Goods made
n Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Faints.    We sell them
Fishing Tackle, Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders in th.se. and also
carry a very large stock of General Hardware, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Lrp Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE BROS.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
£2
P. Burns C& Co.
SHAMROCK
CREAMtRY
and
DAIRY
BU11ER
P. Burns iSt, Co.
COPYRIGHT
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P. Burns C& Co.
We Are
Best Served
By
Servint) tt'.iers
BETTER
P. Burns CSb Co.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's  Prcc'ucls
All our choice fresh killed
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in our new Cold Sii rage
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
ler.f lard, Premium hams &
bacon.
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Ilkui Class Mk.vi  Purveyors
Phone 251 P. O. Box 181
"When Good Fellows Get Together
with a stein on the table, and u good song ringing clear."
The best entertainer for any occasion, "stag" or
otherwise is a
Victoflaiiner
Prices from $15.00 up.    Easy payments.
Over 3000 records to choose from.
Come and hear some of the latest hits, sung by
famous comedians, at our store*
Nor' West Talking Machine Co. Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
iContitm-td on l'»j(c 6),
Wliolutle Distributor! I<x Province!
"i MbtrU umi iirin-ii i uliiiiiiiiii
Ajents Wanled      Liberal Discount
BE SURE TO HEAR THE VICTROLA
(Double-aided Racardl)
!;
i SATURDAY, AUGUST 26. 1911.
TlEiIE MAIL-HEEALD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2P, 1911.
Ehc rw>ail*1bcvalb
PDBLltlHED   WEDNESDAY   ANU
SATUHDAY  AT
REVELSI'OKE.  B.   C.
•Jntertoc puDUsbing Company
Limited
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ADVERTISING  RATES.
Legal    notices M  cents per line first
insertion, 5 ceuts per line     each
subsequent   insertion.      Measurements  Nonpaiiel   (12  lines    make |
one inch.)       Store aud      general
business  announcement.-!  i'2.ft)  pei
inch per muuth.     Preferred posi
tions,     25     per cent,  additional.
Births,  Marriages aud Deaths, 50i
eaeh  insertion.
Land uoii.es *7.ou. All advertise
menu subject to the approval ol
the management. Wanted anu
Condensed Advertisements : -
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sil
uations wanted, Situations Va
cant. Teachers Wanted, Mechanic*
Wanted, 2i •ords or less, 25c.
earn additional line 1(1 cents
ChanH-es il Manding advertise
ments must bc in Iiy U a. m
Tuesday ami Friday ot each week
to  secure  good   display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on mat
ters of public interest. Communications to Editor must he
accompanied by name of write!
not necessarily for 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  postoffice)  J2.51
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Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coal Yet?
PITTSBURG HARD, Furnace Coal    $16 per ton
BANKHEAD COAL (Stove Size) $10.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
WELLINGTON (soft coal) $11.00 per ton
WOOD (16 inch) $7.50 per cord
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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BATURDAY,   AUGUST 20,  1911.
Tlie businessmen ot the city who
returned from southern points las.
night are all enthusiastically Impressed with the Idea that nothing
could bo lietter for thc city than an
annual trip .-uch as the one just com
jilete.l. rhetrip was primarily to
advertise the big fall fair of Sept.
llth and Uth, and as a result then
will he the biggest aggregation of
ranchers ami residents from southern
points that ever were at the fair,
aa well as the biggest collection ul
exhibits fr.im southern points. Elver;
person to a man promised to come to
the fair if they could possibly make
it, an.l several fermers'institutes and
other organizations promised to take
the matter of exhibiting up at their
next regular meeting. This means n
whole lot to the fair an.l since the
primary object of the trip is accomplished—that uf awakening Interest
in the fair—the businessmen may be
H.ii.l to lir.-.' done excellent work,
Needless to say that the ranchers
and residents were very free with
their entertainment nn.l were as mux
Ious that th,> visitors Bhould take b
trip through their country and around the.r ranches as the visitors
themselves were to boost for the
coming f.i.r..,-!!..*■> <aw in it plenti
•' advertising  *.f their natural      re-
es.   .yi.i th u pioneers are   de-
: •!'• lot of credit    foi
their  entt-rj   , insistency      in
'■• reii visitors a numb.*i ol
-.1- trips that were not on the BChed
program  ■*-• arranged by tbe ex
Thi y  are every one      ol
them • lelr own district
and believe I,  then
every distl    I      - I   :  is the best    on
the top ■ I God - green earth.     It ic
t!..it   will   maki
• •   In iw Lakes district the gur
■' Canada.
The   U !   wai  une ot the most    en-
e that could be   in i tine I, an.!
in.used     ill
tbe visit will redound      to
tbe good ■■( Revelstoke lo otbei wayi
Much oi tbe trade th,a hai    hereto
;.,iv ,**.      ■       Ding  Nelsonwayi will
in future come  to tins oley    as    tbe
■ :-     iii.ih-   i ti'i-M uf     porsooal
frieu;-    .nd there  is probably  noth
eg thut makes .1 tiiimi- bettei thnn
. ng tn'  man  with  whom      yon
Mil)     U  gi*-* u  long  way
i"  shake   a   in,ins     hand,
•in I i.iii inm by his name.   In     this
• ,. man With a memory (..! MBM
ami Lira- has the advantage ovei
bis :• ther,   Tbe      gooJ
work -h..nl.i t«- followed up. an I
there ih doubtlMS nut une of thoM
Wbo   took   in   tli<-  trip  but      Will next
*,..,, be in.i-t eiithiifliastir to rspeal
the done and, if possible, extend the
time to a week, nr at least (uiu <n
live il-/-■ To tell the truth tbeten
tory was only -eiutrhe.l by the threi*
■days' trip. The businessmen V* ll I
in some way organize fur the trip
ni-lt yeai and make it the l)igg»»t
thing that ever happened. It will
pay in tbe long run.
FIREBUG IN NELSON
Made an Attempt to Burn Down
City Hall
Nelson, Aug. 25—With the audacity
which      has  throughout characterized
his crimes the firebug last night made
an attempt to burn down the lire
hall, set!ing the city tool shed adjoining ablaze. The alarm was given
by Charles O'Malley awl Wilton Hep-
pel,  two  hoys on  their way home.
For some moments the lire burned
fiercely and as usual many hundreds
of people on the qui vlve for an outbreak, congregated. The building was
practically gutted and considerable
damage was done to the tools.
Thrown into a panic by the blaze
which  Tuesday night destroyed      the
"hinnman's ranch and many head of
nigs an.l poultry and caused damage
to the extent of $5,000, the Chinese
gardeners in thu vicinity of thc city
/estsrd.iy ceased to peddle produce,
ill staying at home to guard their
property. Tn Chinatown lust night
men were on the watch in every
house, while scores of special con-
itables are  patrolling the city.
lieation of through rates on lumber to
stations on the Grand Trunk Pacific
the   lumbermen have
Nelson Fruit Fair
From present indications the Ninth
\nmini Nelson Fruit Fair which is
to be held at Nelson on September
iii-27-28, promises to exceed nny
fair of previous years both in the
way of amusements and exhibits
rom a pcriisunl of the premium IVit
lhe prizes offered this year are to be
aiore extensive than ever and will no
luiibt result in bringing out numerals exhibits, especially In the Poul -
.ry section Is noticeable the Increase
n variety and prize money, ill fnct
so great has been the increase of ex-
11 bits in this sect imi each succeeding
■■ear that it has been necessary ior
he Fair Association to build a much
in'.*!* Poultry Building to take care
of the exhibits promised  tbis year.
In the mattei' of free attractions
this year's directorate have spared
neither time nor money in securing
the best acts procurable anl several
feature attractions will be seen tba
same as at the biggest fairs on ths
Pacific coast,
Single fare rates are offered by all ;
transportation lines.
i railway,   whic'
not as yet obtained.
A Valuable Agency
Mr. .1. Kf* Maloney, general representative and superintendent of Ag-
!eneies for the Karn Morris Piano &
I Organ company of Woodstock, who is
I lvturning from a business trip to
Vancouver and Victoria, where he
bas made arrangements to send a
carload of theii' pianos and player-
pianos every month to Fletcher
Bros, Viotoria and Vancouver Piano
company, has been in the ciiy tor a
few days and is pleased to state that
he has placed the agency and full eon
!nil of their Instruments with Mr. J.
Bingham for a large area Mr. Mai
oney says he is delighted with the
city and feels sure that Mr. Bingham
is in for a large business, in fact six
of these players and pianos have lieeii
sold in a few days and will shortly
he here.
Mr. Maloney leaves for the principal
cities east and assures ur that Mr.
Bingham will get allthe help the
factory can give him so that he can
compete with all comers,
shot  HV  BURGLARS,
Winnipeg, A"*-'* 2.1—Constable Train
er WM shut in the thigh and Cun
stable Brown whs flr-ed at 16 times
but not hit by three housebreakers
whom tb* officers were trying to nr
rest in Kim wood and North Winnipeg
this pvening. Trainer is in a serious
condition. The men are now in thc
cells.
Moving pictures tcni.;Dt.
FIELD NOTES
The Liberals held the.r meeting la
Buckham's ball on  Wednesday  night,
rd Inst. The i'.md.date Dr. K;n_-,
and Mr. McDonald ol Cranbrook,
were present. Tbe hall wa- enmfort-
ably filled. The Conservatives have
secured the large hull formerly lis * I
,i- recreation hall and anticipate a
large meeting  "t> Monda}   evcningl
M..-s Qtasi uf London, Ont..
bai been ihe guest ol Mrs.    it
ui lun, left bint week for In-i ii-nn.-
ni the easl aftei a pit isim >> ur ol
the mountain   and coa rt cltle
Mr. Bert Grant and Mr   \   Haa   i
left last Friday  fur Saskatcben in   i**
take up   i homestead    Thej   win    be
missed by their many li lenli
they  have     olwayi   taken  .ui   .*
part ni everything pertaining ta tbe
.•••u*l ol tl*'- nl.ne   .«i*  with  foi
good  lurk  anl  prosperity    In    ih li
new sphere.
There  was  no HI I let  In   Bi       i ■:•
ben'i church * n Bun lay bbe 2Mb in i
,is  Mr.  Mitrhi»ll  of Golden  was      unable on account of illness to     come
Up, We understand Wt ,ire to have a
permanent pastor soon.
An   English    Chemist   Has
Discovered How to
Grow Hair
In England the latins have eutirely
abandoned wearing rats, which is due
entirely to this new discovery.
it has been proven that Henna leaves
ititain the ingredients that will positively grow hair. Thnt ihey contain
this long-lookeil-for article is proven
every day.
The Americans are now placing on the
marketa preparation containing the ex-
trai't fiiuii Henna leaves, which is having
n phenomenal sale.
This preparation i- called SAI.VI-A,
and i- being sub! with a guarantee to
cure Dandrult anil to grow hairinahun-
ilauie. Being daintily perfumed, SAIr
VI \ makes s uioM pleasant hairtlressitig.
fl, R, Macdonald your druggist, is the
firsl t.' import this preparation into Revelstoke, *in*I a large, generous bottle can
1 i* ji trchased tm* 50c,
liLI J. H. ESCHMAN
EUROPEAN RAILROAD
SHOWS
Many New and
Sensational Features
Sixty Years the Standard
BAKING
POWDiR
A Cream of Tartar Powder
Made from Grapes'
NO ALUM
Tax Sale Notice
CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOT]' E is hereby given that I shall sell at public auction on Sat unlay the 9th day of September, A.D., 1911, at the
t ity Hall. Kevelstoke, B. C, at ONE o'clock in the afternoon,
the lands, or improvements, or real property, as described, for
unpaid delinquent Municipal taxes, special rates, (except sewer tax,) interests, costs and expenses due thereon, unless in
the meantime the arrears of Municipa1 taxes, special rates,
interest, costs and expenses, as set forth in the schedule hereunder, be sooner paid.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 26th day of August, A.
D., 1911.
BRUCE A. LAWSON.
Collector for thc Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.
SCHEDULE
Afvcsscd Owner
Lot      Hlhck
Delinquent,      Statutory      Total
'I Mu*- nml li.i.     co-sU and    nmouilt
to I>00. 31,'Oil       t \ inn-,--       duo
SCHOOL. TAXES
Cameron, F. \V. 10 1M2. Villa
lol U, See. ii, Tp. XI               02 0 85
flatten, Lulgi            7A 1 8S
Doyle, .Mr.-. M. O. Villa lut 88, Sec. '.M 8 7(1
h'aleetto. Qulaeppn                           8B 1 1)0
Kin-well Estate .f A. S   5, <l. 7, Hlk 17, port
.Sec.   21.   Tp.  '£i;  part  Sec.  27, Tp. 28;
Sec. 2, Villa lul 21 ,T> 11
Julian. Mrs, Annie, Lots9 In. Block 10 8 12
Mnrlnn, .l.ii-i. - II. Lot I, S.W.'4 See. 27, Tp. 21 It 12
1 Mclntyre, James         10A 1 sh
Ringer, John      Lot I      Block 0 5 85
i Su i ii,ni, li.uiiinii:       lot 2       Block 7 123
GENERAL. TAX
Allan, Wm,                            l,.i II        Aiid I! B 73
I Brail lev, K  A,                        "   12        ••     111 16 08
Hr*. II. v. Mr-. M i,-. Lola 1-2-8 I. I>'k !!>. li I 5 lill 31 72
! ('.uiu , liml. Jiiines                Lots 111 II     Hlk   IS li:t IUI
C.wie, A. mil I.iik. M. L-itnl810 20. Bluck i'l 80 87
Craig. A, uni lliiloiii'., A. i-.i-i hall 0-10, Iik fl :i(l :tl
"   7 II SI
Little Nemo
SMALLEST CUPHAPT
EVER EXHIBITED
Lumbermen Will State Grievances
Mutters      Unit  ,-ilTect.    lumlici   users
through wii Western Canada, but In
winch the lumber manufacturers are
particularly  Interested,  will i«i    pre
*!iti*l   ln'fure  the railway  rommiHHu.n
ers whon they nit, at Vancouver   on
Augunt :il». Iiy W. A. Auntie, ol Oul
g«ry, h'I'Im miii nit; ihe Mountain I.iiin
her Manufacturers' Association;   and
probably .1. ED, Wiii-b,    representing
thn Canadian ManuIaOtUrers' AnwiCi-
ation.
TIhwo mutters have to do with thfl
proposed action of the O. P. R. In
ulioliKhini; lerlnm allOwttBOM fnr Win
welghtH, which have Irwii in effect for
u number of years iin'1 with the pub-1
IE   ARENIC    IC
■ v NOVELTIES   ■ «*
The Atrial Weydts. Leon Sisters, Halsu
Troupe Japanese Jugglers, Orke & Ot
Lisco. Equilibrists, Heroic Animal Acts
Funny Clowns Galore.
STREET PARADE at Noon
LEAVE HOME EARLY     BE ON TIMI
THE  DATE IS POSITIVELY  FIXES
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Save Your Horses!
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'mSBtt*''^'^ %}|
™ ~.^a.
The frmile 'nouw fly Uyi from I20lo I50^ggi
tl ■ tirnf, and thnr mature in two wefkt. Under
favorable r.on'Htinni the descendant! of a   iin^le
f>air will Dumber million* in three monthi. There*
ore all hou<*ekee|>erii nl'"iil<l comm<-nce Ming
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
rnily in tlie MUOn. anrt ll.u*. cut od . Itige pio
pofUnn ni the lummer crnp.
il   hot '■   Hi lh,   Imt   light   iiiiiiiniK
u"l liUKK'''s ■'•"'■ ' I
■iluliun ul 1 In- I .uni ami I'uml   Vthicfei   bai  kepi   piuT
with modern wiut and sow nt treoffering
All Spring-Steel Wagons
fitterl onl  li'li perfectn .*■ **n jnii  a*,  eheapu
the ui*! lasiiioiii-'l wooden  (ranted  «*h'"ii iini run lighter tad
 ui wear irnger,
Those ".iio |iuri'ii,'iseii ilum au mti   in'.t  *.iti*.inii rtutonen,
Von don'l havetouki uir thi   Mheel Ihrm; lhn ire
ituitproof capt and i.in   .1  tmcli liravtei loud than the ordinary
wagon,
A full npply of hnggiea of thentWMl makei alio gnrdm nml
latin Impltmcnta, aid un abonl ilnni.
S. McMAHON
Plrat Stroot, Woat,
oppoiho Poat Office
WARNING!!
Don't leave youi Coal orders too late.   You can get your
choice of the following right now.
Best Grade of Pennsylvania Hard Coa'.
Wellington Soft Coal.        Comox Soft Coal.
Nicola Soft Coal.   Cordwood in all lengths.
Your Credit is Good -  Prices Right
S. O. ROBBINS,   - FIRST STREET
PHONP: No. 60
Your Electric Fixtures
If they go wrong, don't worry, but just
Phone to No. 284 in the day
or No. 40 at Night
and they will immediately be attended to. There is
nothing we can't do in this line as years of experience
with electrical machinery has given us an insight into
the business that could not be obtained etherwise.
Don't swear when the lights go out.   Let us do that
for you.
t
A. G. DUCK,   ■   General Manager
Store and Office, Old Howson Block
Pianos, Player Pianos, Organs
Call and see my stock and hear them play.
Judge the tone for yourself.
I will quote you for any instrument made
in the world.
Edison and Victor Machines and Records
kept in stock.
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC.
J. BINGHAM, - Store Mackenzie Ave
Photos! Photos!  Photos!
Get your I'lioins nt the TRUBMAN STUDIO and he satisfied.
All Work Guaranteed, lt will l>e your own fault if you accept
anything thut does not fully please you.
BABY   PHOTOS   A   SPECIALTY
Developing ami   Printing for   Amateurs.    Prices Rtght.    See   me
before sending work out of town
A. D. Toumer, Photographer
Trueman Studio
Over Macdonald's Drug Store'
The Hand
That Cooks
The Dinner
is thc hand that tides thr world.
In spite of what they Bay about
"cradles", the stove is the all-important factor in "home-rule."   A
Chancellor
l» Ihr brst cuarantee that thc "hand" will ketp your home moving in the
right direction of economy and health.
Please call and nee our line of GURNEY-OXFORD STOVES and
RANGES that arc huilt and sold on honor. The Chancellor and Imperial
Oxford arc equipped with the Oxford Economizer. Come and let u>
•how you how this marvellous device saves time and fuel by a single touch
of the lever; how it holds fire, and directs odors up the chimney.
The Dividing Oven Strip guides heat ecjually all over the oven—a
fine haking insurance. The Reversible Grate saves time and fuel-waste.
Tluse, with other star features make us proud to show the Gurney-Oxford
line. Design— finish—workmanship—al I these details
we want to demonstrate to your entire satisfaction.
Lawrence Hardware Co. Ltd. SATURDAY,  AUGUST 20, 1911.
THE  IMI^IL-IHIIEIR.^lllD,  REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 2G, 1911.
I
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 bank in
Canada (except in the Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of
the United States.
The Orders and full information regarding them may be obtained
on application at the Bank.
ln 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. Nt. GIBSON. MQR
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 8hoe Repairers,
Siulillors
Harness Makers
THE MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEO|t85B
Capital Paid Up $4,000,000
Reserve Fund    - -    84400,000
Has 77 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS
At all Branohos.
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 the greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Ideal Plaep to spend the Summer Holidays.    Natural
Hot Water Baths, 124 degrees of heat.
Rales from $ 12 to $ 15 Fer Week
Write us for particulars.    Wm. Boyd, Manager
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
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we ate
Belling are the hest. Call and lie
convinced. No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Llqusur Bran ly, guaranteed
'■VI years old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Uur stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Hold hy all
the 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 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,
General Agent,
Vtrnon, B, C,
Geo. Matheson,
Local Agent,
Revelatoke, B. C
COST Of ELECTIONS
Three-quarters of a Million Dollars Necessary for Expenses
Ottawa, Aug. 24—It will take throe
quarters of a million dollars to tle-
[niy the expenses ot the Dominion el-
tctions. Returning officers get a sort
of retainer of $611 and ,%2 ior each
poll over thirty. In certain cases,
when polling divisions ar*^ scattered,
and much more labor attends mak -
ing arrangements, extra allowance is
mad». The clerk ot the Crown in
Chancery has ruled that election
clerks must be 21 years of age, but
the voters' act is not specific on the
point.
The estimate of thirteen thousand
polls is wide of the mark. It is now
moro likely to be over fourteen thousand and the election department is
daily in receipt of requests to double
supplies for polling places. In many
constituencies in tbc west there will
be double the polls than at the last
general elections.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
Ditrtrict of West Kootenay.
Take notice, that I, Lnimi A. Ralston, of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation married woman, intend to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the North East corner of
Lot 9323, being the North WeBt. Corner; thence Bouth 811 chains, east 80
chains, north SO chains and west 8*0
chains to point of commencement and
containing C40 acres,  more or less.
Dated August   9th,   1811.
LAURA A. RALSTON, Applicant
James Fisher, Agent.
The Juvenile Bostonians
Few theatrical or musical organizations can point to eight yearB of
continuous success, but the Juvenile
Hostotiians that soon start their
eighth annual tour, expect to have
many more years of success.
The original Uostomans, that famous comic opera company, had 35
years of existence. The Juvenile
Bostonians now in it* eighth season,
and declared by many critics to be
the successors of the originals, may
■beat that record for its youngest
members are but sixteen.
Sweet  Sixteen is the idyllic age of
young   womanhood.   There  are  20   of |
the Sweet Sixteen age in the   mem-!
bership of the     Juvenile Bostonians, I
and each one is aB charming and delightful as the poetic ideal.
The eighth annual tour of the Juvenile Bostonians under the manage -
ment of Oosgrove and Lang starts
on August 28 with tbe largest company and the finest equipment in its
history. Coagrove and Lang have
spared no expense to get the btvt.
The date at RevelBtoke is September 19th and 20th, at the Edison
theatre.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, John Kyle, of
Ymir, B.C., occupation Lumlicrman,
intend to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands'.
Commencing at n post planted adjacent to the North West corner of
Lot 9323, being the North East corner; thence niniviiig south 80 chains,
west 80 chains, north 80 chains and
east 80 drains to point of commencement, and containing C40 acres more
or less.
Dated August  9th,  1*911.
JOHN   KYLE,   Applicant.
James FlBher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice  that I,  Emma Foster,
of  RossUnd,   B.   C,  intend to  apply
| for permission  to     purchase the following described lands;
Commencing at a post planted at
or near the South East corner of
Lot 8178, thence south --0 chains,
west 80 chains, north 80 chains and
east 80 ohains to point of commence
ment and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
Dated August llth, 1911.
EMMA  FOSTER,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William Rumley,
ot Patterson, B. C, occupation Lumberman, intend to apply for permission to purcbase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted adjacent to the North East corner ot
Lot 9323, being tbe Soutb EaBt Corner; tbe*n<« running north 80 chains.
west (JO chains, soutb 10 chains, east
40 chains, south 40 chains and east
20 chaius to tbe point of commencement and containing 480 acres, more
or less.
Dated August 9th,  1911.
WILLIAM   RUMLEY,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, William tf. Mc-
Whirter, of Ymir, B. C, occupation
Lumberman, intend to apply ;jr permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the East Bhore of Mosquito La*u at
or near the North-west corner of Lot
8402, being the Soutb Wost Corner,
thenoe running north 80 c.iains ?.lrng
the shore of aaid lake, thenee eest
40 chains, south 80 chains aud wtst.
40 chainB to point of commencement,
and containing 320 acres, n ore or
less.
Dated August llth,  1911.
WILLIAM R. McWHIRTER, Applicant
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
RevelBtoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Otho Ralston,
of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation
House Decorator, intend to apply for
permission to purchase ihe following
described lunds:
Commencing at a post planted
about two und a halft2Ji miles in a
South-westerly direction from the
South West corner of Lot 9323; being the North West corner, thence
running south 80 chains, east 80
chains, north 8l> chains, and
west 8" chains to point of commencement, and containing t;40 acres more
or less.
Dated,  August 12th, 1911.
OTHO  RALSTON,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District ot West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Nettie H. f'latt
ol Rossland, B. ('., occupation
Housekee|>er, intend to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
t'liinnii'iinng at a post planted at
or near the South East Corner of
Lot 7900; thence south 411 ctuiins,
west 40 i 1m-i.ii , north 40 ehuins and
east 40 chains to point of commeii'-e-
ini'iit. nnd containing LM acres more
or less.
Dated August 10th.  1911.
NETTIE  H.  PLATT,  Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of Weat Kootenay.
Take notloe that I, Mnbel Ralston,
of Harrisonburg, Virginin, occupation School Teacher, intend to apply for permission to purchase the
following  described  lands:
Commencing nt a post planted ad
jacent to the North East Ccirnrr of
I,ot 9323. lielBR thc South West Corner; thenee running north 80 chains,
cunt HO chains, south 80 chains and
west *"0 chains to [Milnt of commencement and containing 040 acres more
or less.
Dated August 9tb,  l'Jll
MAUKL RALSTON, Applicant.
James Fisher, Agent
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Amie Treglown
of Patterson, B. C, occupation, mar
ried woman, intend to apply for per
mission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about, Ten ("10| chains East of the
South West corner of Lot 817li, being the North East corner; thence
south 80 chains, west 80 ciiains,
north 80 chains and eact 80 ciiains,
to point of commencement and con
taining 640 acres more or less.
DnM Augtrnt llth,  1911.
AMIE TREGLOWN,  Applicant.
Jnmes Fisher, Agent.
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT.
NOTICE.
Broadview   (Fractional)  L.   H.  an
Indiana Mineral Claims, situate      in
tbe  Trout  Lake   Miuing  Division    of
West Kootenay District.
Where looated:—On Oreat Northern
Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I, O. B. N.
Wiikie, acting as agent for the Ohio
Mines Development Co., Limited
Free Miner's Certificate Numuber
B255I7, intend, sixty dayH from
dnte hereof, to upply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tin purpoBc of oh
taining a Crown Grant ot the above
rlainiB.
And further take notice that action
under section 37, must he commenced
before thc issuance ol suoh CcrtUioate
of Improvements.
Hated this 17th day of August,
1911.
0.  U.  N. WILKIE.
Trout Lake. B. C.
WANTED—Situation ns Marine En-
i'ii'mi , accustomed to passenger and
tug boats, 2nd CIiibb Certificate. —
Apply  Mall-Herald Office.
TO RENT—Small Cottage, overlooking Lower Town.   Apply Drawer B.
LOST—Diamond Ring, between Sixth
Streot and Post office. Finder will
receive liberal reward by presenting
same at Mall-Herald Office.
TO LET—Furnished liedrooms. Mrs.
Payne, corner Fourth street and
McKenzie avenue.
WANTED—Cood      girl    for
Housework, good  wages.
Mail-Herald Office.
WANTED—Daily   work, cooking
otherwise.   Mrs. Payne,    corner
Fourth street and McKenzie. Av«
general
Apply,
Df laptment of the Naval Service.
A competitive examination will be
held in November next at the exam-
uatiou centres of tbe Civil Service
Commission for the entry of Nuval
Cadets for the Naval Service of Canada; there will be 25 vacancies.
Candidates must he between the
ages of .14 aud 16 years on the 1st
of January next; must be British subjects and must have resided, or their
parents must have reaided iu Canada
for two years immediately preceding
the examination; short periods of absence ahroud for purpose of education
to be considered as residence.
Successful candiaates will join the
Royal Naval College at Halifax
January next, the course at the
College is two years and thc cost to
parents, including board, lodging
uniform and all expenses, is approximately $400 for the fli'st year and
i'y.ti) fof the second yeai'.
On passing out of College, Cadets
will be rated Midshipmen, and will
receive pay ut the rate of i'2 per
diem.
Parents of intending candidates
should make application to the Sec.
rotary Civil Setvioe Commission, Ottawa, before 15th October next.
Further information can be obtained on application to the Secretary,
Department of Naval Service, Ottawa
Unauthorized publication of this
notice will not be paid for.
G.  J. DESBARATS,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service
Department of the Naval Service,
Ottawa, August 1st.  1911.
FURNITURE
We carry a complete stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Oilcloths, etc. Get our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. Howson &. Co., Revelstoke, B. C.
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60 <•   a pound
Io commemoration of the coronation of
Kinff C.eorne V," Rldawaya" hnve put on tho
market a coronation tin of a most picturesque
and exquisite design, bcarinp excellent portraits
of King George V, Queen Mary nnd thc l'rince
of Wales. Special panels have hcen designed
representing Canada, India, Africa, Australia
and New m M m id,
Only a liMiiterl number have been impolted,
Price 60c. for one pound tins.
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Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get vour Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
C. 2). Shabu,   -    Proprietor
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros
Enlarged   and Improved.
First-Class in every respect.
Large Sample Kooms.
Rates $2.00 per day
Props, i
All modern convenience!
Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with the choicest the
market affords.     Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
X.   ALBERT     ST03STE      PBOP.
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   •   Revelstoke
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CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
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Signs
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHEAD, B. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. Kirst-clase sample
rooms. Finest scenery in British Columbia, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop
Five Acre Lot
Suitable for subdivision
Close to City Limits
PRICE $800
Electric  Half Cash
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Onr. Hid St. and Robsona.e
Shop in Alley back of IJ. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all  kinds  neatly d me
Bicycle and Gun work a specialty
Estimates gfven on any class
of wo.'k
Front       Street.
Balance on Terms
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Fstate and Insuranoe
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St
Lumt
ermen
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. 1 make a
Specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets ami everything
required lo yonr business.
DflrVf^ClLl
321 Gambuf Street,
i^V&ncoviver B.C.^
Shibhs Gure
^trickly atop* coariha,  rnrca colH.t, heala
11 throat and luntfa.      •   •   ■      20 c*nU<
CEMENT BLOCKS
Uaunfactarad for alt ci *»■»•» of  bclldluvr
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE CLAY AND FIRE BRICK*
For sale in hrirt or small - j i' i ri t ii ie
at the I'.v.- i   t i ■ ■■   foi cash
All kiudu of building aud ulanlariug
Di.dertakeo
Foote & Pradolini.
REVELSTOKE
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(inl-ana Hay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc, Correspondence invited,
John Shaw, Agent
Box 616 Arrowhead
FIRST-CUSS
SHOE SHINING
and Office Cleaning
Perrani -wishing their office*
or stores cleaned can do so
by leaving orders at
Morgan's
BarberShop
J GONZAGA COLLEGE ][)|2
(onducled by Ihrg .If.nit Fat here aa a
Ixwr.luiic mill day nchool, cntere u|h,i, ii.
Jnlilleo year, with a well known word of
i.l«ady IT.-Kre**** RUd lUOCen In lu pn-.nn
■•Ihi,* of development, «ilh it« roniulel*
-l.ni of Mohi|H*i,*nl |,nifi*»«oi*i. and ,.. np-ui-
dale equipment, il otrera today the beat
enilmtliinal focilll le*. cf any ii,-l 11 ,,l i. i, ii,
llieuorlhwe-t Kull I'ulleKMIe tilth aieool
and commercial oourm, „.,, prepainiory
departnienl Ioi youiiKir «ludfnl« u.t
IW' V"r"111"'"1 '''IH Kail turin npena on
Bmrt. i.. mil CtUlwog on anplfnillon.
Aildiei." 1'rer.idelil, llon/jiga i'.,ll,-K,-  -,,..,
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HOLY NIMES ICIDEMT IXD I0RMIL SCHOOL
Kl'OKANK,  WaHH.
Catalogue nnd Itaten on A|Hilir«tfo*a.
AddiesH:     Siktkr Summon.
Electric Restorer for Men
PhosphonOl '«•!«« titn nerve In the bodr
 ______ lo III pieper tanaion ; reitore*
rim and vitality. Prematui-t decay and all fv,n,l
weatnen averted at enre.    Fhoephaaol .i'l
SrUSM P* ""i. •'"« M • boa. ot two (ot
li. Hailed lo any addrem. IbeluteUDrae
C«« It. CMh_r In ... Ont. ———»• »■>•*■«
Bold at Macdonald! Drug 8tor«, SATURDAY, ADGD8T 26, 1911.
THE MA.IL-HEIR.A-ILID, EEVBLSTOO
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1911.
GREAT PLACER [OLD STRIKE
Rich Findings Made on McClin-
tocti Creek, V. T.
Skagway, Alaska, Aug. •.'5—Colonel
Conrad of Oancross, who arrived
from Oar ibou Crossing last nighl reported a groat placer gold strike on
McOlintoch Creek, entering Marsh
Luke about ten miles from Tagish
Post, Yukon Territory. A stampede
has started for tl. ■ new goMSeVd an.l
the town *.•! Cnricr-oes Ls deserted by
everyone who bas the righi to file on
a mining claim. Great excitement pre
rails In the surrounding towns, and
all the boats are crowded with prospectors. Many unhide to get aboard
the steamers, are mushing overland.
"Shorty" Austin and Reid Good
were on the creek, and found a lone
prospector at work. He had a hole
bfteen feet deep, and -although lu* had
not reached bedrock, h.ul found good
pay. The ground Is not frozen and
ihe gold, which le not frozen and the
the go'..!, which is coarse appears plentiful. Austin and Good staked their
claims and then hurried to Caricross
with news of '.be strike. Skagway
caught the excitement today and tins
moni.n.''s tra u over the White Pass
was crowded with gold seekers. Mc-
Clintoch Creek is twenty miles long
and has a good country back ol it.
In ihe early eighties "Chilcoot"
Jack Benson took Bome prospectors
to this creek aird told them there was
gold there, but the prospectors would
not beed him and passed on to Hoota
iinqua, where the bar diggings were
easy.
KNIFE CRAZY PHYSICIANS
Carve Dead Ken up so Badly Undertakers can't Embalm Them
amilton, Ont., Aug. 22—A very
serious complaint is being registered
against the city hospital authorities
by 'be local undertakers. It is said
that the doctors at that institution
have been indiscriminately carving
bodies of patients to such an extent
that often wben the undertaker is
sent he tinds It impossible to embalm them. A case in point is that
of Lee Bavel, whose body had not
been claimed by relative- hut which
was so mutilated bj the doctors that
it is not now a lit subject even for
the school of anatomy.
EAGLES CQKVENTION
San Francisco. Aug. 25—All captains of degree teams, marching clubs
and other military bodies, as well us
all individuals wishing to participate
in the great parade ol tlie Frater.ial
Order of Eagles, are urgently re
iiueste 1 to communicate at once with
Colonel Herbert Choynski, General
Marsha.;, at the headquarters In th.*
St. Francis hotel, ao they may be
assigned to their place in the line.
The hour ■ •'. starting has been changed to 10 o'clock instead of 11 as originally announced and the column
will move  promptly at that hour.
Tbe final arrangements for the hitparade whieh is to be the most picturesque feature of the festivities
during "Eagle Week" are almost
Completed v.y Grand Mar-hall Oboyn-
aki and his adies, Colonel T. P.
O'Nei! and R Iph McLeran. and th.*
chief ol stall Dr. T. B. W. Lei ind.
The formation as completed up t,.
this time shows that the line will
include representatives 'run every
state ii: the Uni"n an.l from Canada
tbe I llippil -- .*. i Hawaiian Is
lands as well. lle*-;de-. uniformed
• _••.- te inu ol he Frutern
... '>r'.er A Eagles there will be cavalry, artillery and Infantry from tli-
regular army, apprentices and seamen  Irom     the     Navy  and  B ddiers
From the reserve forces—tbe  Ka1 	
Uuar 1  Naval  lh    rve,   Signal  Corps
On •
apectad • that will live long n tbe
memory ol tbe visitors, thousands ol
whom ar" con -' Irom the middle
west ,,nd have nevei seen th
Tbe navy display w.ll he particular
ly interesting t" those people liom
the interior.
The local t.r. lepartment will b*
represenK-1 by Eagles (rom both San
Francisco leriee, and Instead
usual mounted escort ol police there
will ite a detachment erf men **n loot
all memliers cf the Order.
By the consent  ol the Prize   committee     ami  the General committee
Superior Judge Morgan will offli    I
as judge of the     drill     and    legree
teams  ml marching clubs in parade,
having been appointed lo this     im
portant     post     by    Grand  Marshall
ihoynski,     Choynski promises   some
spectacular  drilling  and     evolutions
by some of the era- k  teams throughout the country during tbe progress
lit the parade.
From the standpoint of the spectator tbe parade will lie inspiring In
more ways than one for chairman
Ike Tuchler nt tbe Music Committee,
vromisee tbat there will be more
bands than has over Ireen in parade
in tbe streets of San Francisco. R-c
•aides the own accompanying celo -
brations there will Iw military bands
Including those ol tbe     Third Artll-
lesy  the Tbirt.y-lvighth  Infantry,  and
the First Cavalry.
There will a'lso be floats from various  counties  in  California.
NOTICE
TO OUR CUSTOMERS
As there is very little pasture we are compelled to use
hay and feed more or less all
the year round, therefore on
and alter September 1st. milk
will be eight quai ts for a
dollar, or we will have to beef
the cows.
Mrs. R. A. Upper.
F. Fleetham
A. Canceiliere
A. G. Carlson
Mrs. G. Anderson
B. Bebelato
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that sixty days alter
date Dominion Sawmills and Lumber Ltd., of Revelstoke, 11. C, a
Lumber Company intend to apply to
the Minister of Lnnds for permission
to purchase ('-MO) Two hnndrtd and
forly acres of land described as follows:
Commencing at a post planted 2
chains south from the South Bast
corner of I'enrsons Pic-lCtnption, Lot
110112, Group One, Kootenay District
aud marked "D. B. M. & L. Ltd.,
South West Corner l'ost," thence
north wi chains, thence cast 40
chains, thenee south 60 chains, thence
west 40 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated this 8th day of August, 1911.
Dominion Sawmills & Lumber, Ltd.
Ag.19-60     By  James England, Agent
Go to the Plumbing & Heating Co.
for your plumbing.
Bees for sale—two colonics for (26.
Mrs.  Geo. Laforme,  phone 220.
BREWERY   FOR  SALE.
Under instructions the undersigned
Solicitors for the Executor oi the
last Will of the late James B. Long,
of Revelstoke, B. 0., a brewer, decease.,!, invite tenders for the purchase of the business and property
knowii ns "Long's Brewery" at Revelstoke. The area of the land is between live and six acres with a pood
stream of water running through it.
The buildings and improvements consist of a brewery and dwelling and a
profitable brewing business has been
carried on there during several years
past.
Tenders will be received hy the undersigned up to and Including
September 15th, 1911, for the purchase of the property.
Further particulars, if desired, may
be obtained from the undersigned.
HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor   for  the   Executor.
Phone 2M if you need repairs to
any plumli'iig and heating, nil work
promptly executed by the Plumbing
&  Heating Co.
NOTICE   TO    CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of JameB
E. Long, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all
creditors and others naving claims
against the Estate ot James E'.
Long, late of Revelstoke, li. C, deceased, who died at Revelstoke on or
about the 12th day of June, 1911,
are requested to send to the undersigned, Solicitors for Rev. C. A.
Procunier, Executor of the last will
of said deceased, within 60 days from
date, full particulars of their claims,
duly verilied, and that after that
date the said Execdtor will proceed
to distribute the said estate amongst
those entitled thereto, regard being
had only to those claims of which
said Executor shall have then received notice.
Dated August 16th,, 1911.
HARVEY, McCARTER & PINKHAM,
Solicitor  for Rev. C. A. rrocunicr,
Executor of the last will of
Deceased.
Moving pictures tonight.
t
FOURTH   ANNUAL
^
Fall   Exhibition
Revelstoke, B. C.
Tuesday, September 11-12,1
So.OOO   IN   Plili
Agricultural and Fruit Exhibits, Live Stock, Poultry, Ladies' Work
Home Made Cooking and  Preserves Manufacturers' Exhibits
GOOD HORSE RACING AND SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS
Special  Railway  Rates   One-and-One Third Fare
for the Round Trip to the  Revelstoke Exhibition
Music by the City Band
SEE THE SPECIAL PRIZES FOR FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
FROM SURROUNDING DISTRICTS
^
A. McRAE, Pres.    F. B. WELLS. Treas.   W. B. ROBERTSON. Sec.
UNDER    ENTIRELY
NEW  MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
Hot mineral baths especially re.com-
meiuleil for invalids and those in need of
toning up,
Exclusive baths provided for Indies. 26
Private Rooms  handsomely fitted up.
Rates $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 Shooting Season
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Game Heads Mounted by
TAXIDERMIST EDWARDS
P   O.  Box 31
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
COURT MT. BEGBIE, No. 3461.
OF I. O. F.
Meets in I. a O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. ViBiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,  Rec.-Bec.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Uox Factory is now running and
we are in a position to supply all kinds
of fruit and vegetable boxes and crates.
Those who have not already sent us
their orders should do sc at once as thev
are coming iu fast, and we would like to
deliver all orders in good time' Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
and prices can bc had on application to
S. McMahon, Revelstoke, or to
THE KERNAGHAN LUMBER COMPANY, LIO.
Salmon Arm, B. C.
DEPARTMENT OF W0RKS||
COLUMBIA    DISTRICT
HIGHWAY      BRIDGE,      COLUMBIA
RIVER,   SP1LLIMACHENE,   B.C.
GALENA P. O.
In the Matter of Chapter  115  "Navigable  Waters  Protection  Act,"
R. 9. 0., 1906.
NOTICE is hereby given that drawings and description of the Bite of a
proposed bridge over the Columbia
River, at Galena Bay, B. C, have
been deposited with the Minister of
Public Works, Ottawa, and duplicates
thereof with the Registrar of Deeds,
at Neison, B. ('., and that, thirty
days after date, tlie Hon. the Minister of Public Works ln the Government of British Columbia will apply
to the Governor-General in Council
for approval thereof.
J.   E.  GRIFFITH,
Public WorkB Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, July 2lBt. 1911   Ag.20.
Rebate on Taxes For 1911
A discount of twenty per cent, will
be allowed upon tbe Ueueral und
School Rate for current year, upon
uli Tuxea paid on or before September   ''Uh  prox.
Uy Order,
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Aug.2, Sept. SO Oity Olerk
Water Notice
I, II. 0, Wallls, ol Arrowhead,
druggist, give notice thut on the
2Xlti day irf August, 1 intend to apply to the Water Commissioner, ut
his ollice in Revelstoke, for a license
to take and use *lu inches of water
from Iluvls Creek in Kootenay District. The water is to lit taken from
the mm..1,1 .i:,,*ni one hundred feet
I above, and is to lie used on land
owned by applicant for irrigation
nud  domestic  purposes.
II. C. Wallls.
NOTIOB
Itevelstoke Land District.
Distiict of West Kootenay.
Take notico that I, J. C. Elliot, ot
Arrowhead, B. C, occupation, physician, nit.mii tu apply (or permission
to purchase the following described
lands;
Commencing at a post planted near
N.w. corner post of Lot 7968 and running i.'i chains north, tbence 60
chains east, thence 1,0 chains south,
thence 60 ehuins west to tbe point of
commencement and marked " J. C.
Elliot's 8. W. Corner Post, containing eome  100 acres more or less.
Hated   August  7th,   l'Jll.
J. C. ELLIOT.
psr R. Armstrong, Ageut*
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No. 15 A. F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday in each month
at 8 p. ru. Visiting brethren are
cordially welcome.
ROBT. GORDON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12.  1. O.  0. F.
Meets every Thursday evening ln
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.   S.  HOOLEY,   N.  G.
JAS. MATHIE,  Secretary.
GOLD RANGE LODGE,      K. ol   P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,  B.   0.
Meets every Wednesday except   the
Third Wednesday of eaoh month    in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially Invited.
J. Y. SIMPSON, 0. 0.
G. H. BROCK, K. of R. * B.
M. of F.
0. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No. 221.
Meets Second   and     Fourth Wednes-
days    in each month in    Selkirk
Hall.     ViBiting Woodmen ars
cordially invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS,  Con. C0m.
JAMES  McINTYRE.  Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank Building Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,   B.   0.,    ud
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. S. McOarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Bnglneering
Mckenzie avb„
box 106,  revelstoke.
NOTICE.
Certificate of Improvement.
Wakefield, Helen, Colorado, Del
Norte, Del Rey, San Juan, Delta,
and Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate ia the Lardeau Mining Division
of West Kootenay District. Where
located:—on Mohawk Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting gfi agent for John R. Henry,
Special Free Miner's Certilicate , No.
1181*0, intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown Grants of tme above claims.
And further take notice Uiat action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20tn day of October, A.
D., 1»1«.
A. H. GREEN.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District
District oi West Kootenay
TAKE NOTICK tbat I, Samuel W.
Ralston of Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation Photographer, intends to apply
ior permission to purchase the lollowing
described lands : —
Commencing at u i*** t planted adjacent to the southwest corner of Lot nw.
tbence north NU chains; west 40 chains,
south 80 chains; east 4U ciiains to point
,oi commencement and containing J2u
acres more or less.
SAML'KL VV. RALSTON.
James Visiter Agent.
| |lJiit. ,1 June 12th, i'lll.
NOTIOB.
Revelstoke  Luud  District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice thut 1, Harry Johnston, ot Arrowhead, B. C, occupa -
tion Merchant, intends to apply for
permission U purchase the following
described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
ubout three hundred yards south -of
('reek on suad point ahout two miles
nortll of Cape II..iu ou Upper Arrow
Luke, musing twenty chains north,
thence eighty cbuins east, thence
twenty chains south, theuce eighty
cbains wesl ulong tbe lake shore to
point of commencement and containing one huudrod and sixty acres mors
or less.
Dated July 10th, 1911.
HARRY  JOHNSTON.
NOTIOE
RevelBtoke Land District.
DiBtrict of West Kootonay.
Take notice that I, Josiah Hack,
of RevelBtoke, B. C, occupation balr
dresser, intends to apply ior permission to purchase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
about the south-east corner of Harry
Johnston's application to purchase,
und ruuning north forty chains,
tbence east sixty chains, thence aouth
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,
1
f SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1911.
THE   Z^^XL-HIE-R^IjID,   EEVELSTOKB
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1911.
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See special window displays.
Revelstoke's
tment Store
C. 2- /*«■•• * ^°•• •C'-ro'ferf
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.
Grand Clothing Demonstration Saturday, Aug. 2b\
Watch Our McKenzie Avenue Window on Saturday
We will have a clothing expert in our window
on Saturday for the purpose of showing you why
you should buy 20th
Century " Bench Tailored " c 1 o thes. Clothes
thnt are made from the
newest fabrics on the
most stylish lines, and
tailored by experts.
Watch for the man
who will illustrate the
many fine points of
twenty-two styles in
Overcoats, and sixteen
styles in Suitings. Don't
buy your Fall Suit until
you have seen him, and
examined our large and
up-to-date line of this
season's styles in the famous 20 lh Century garments.
BOYS'   FURNISHINGS
School starts within a week. You arc looking for the most desirable and snappv
garments in boys' wear that you can find. See us, our specialty is boys' clothing. Ask
the boy what kind of a suit he prefers; nine times out of ten he will tell you "Lion Brand."
Why? Because he knows that Lion Brand clothing holds its shape until completely worn
out, and consequently always looks well. YOU will be satisfied that it wears longer than
any other line on the market. Dress the boy well in a good, serviceable, snappy suit and
he will respect it and care for it. Dress him in a shabby, ill-fitting suit and he will do just
the reverse.
Our special Bloomer Suit in dark tweed, double seats, elbows and knees—$5.
Our special blue serge Bloomer Suit, sizes 32 to 35, for larger boys.    Just like Dad's—$11
New Tailored Suits
Of Beauty and Distinction
Your s.iit Ml'ST be right; style
MUST be up-to-date; material
MUST be good, and most important point of all—fit and workmanship MUST be perfect.
New Fall Coats
In Latest Styles
Made in Broad Cloths, Mixed, Diagonal and Basket Weave Tweeds, with
Military and Shawl Collars; man tailored
and lined with best mercerised lining,
finished with velvet, silk and heavy
fancy buttons.
IX House Furnishings J?
i/"*
Wall Papers
WALL PAPERS-Why have your room
look dingy when you can brighten it up with
a pretty wall paper at so little coat. We have
a choice line of this season's papers in dainty
shades of Blues, Fawns, and Greys. Cro sbar
Linens, as well as the heavier shales of
Greens. Reds and Browns, suitable for dining
rooms, living rooms and kitchens. Call and
look them over. We don't blame tne cus"
tomer who is hard to satisfy, but show them
F.omething that is sure to plaase.
Blankets, Bed Comforts
We have a splendid line of Blankets,
heavy weight, for Fall and Winter use, in
White, Red and Silver Grey, also a choice
nev lot of Children's Crib Blankets and Comforts in Blues and Pinks, exceptionally dainty
and Bplendid value—90c. to $175 each.
Regular size Bed Comforts in Eiderdown,
Lambs wool and Maish Laminated Cotton.
All Choice Goods
Iron Beds
Mattresses and Pillows
A nice range of cheap and medium
priced Beds carried in stock at our warehouse.
A splendid line of Feather Pillows. See
our Special at $1.75 PER PAIR.
Window Shades
Curtain Poles and Fixtures
We make window shades to measure, any
size, an exceptionally fine line of Shade
Goods which do not crack or pinhole. Brass
and wood Curtain Poles, all sizes, with fittings
to suit.
Venbrite Vernoil
The Magic Furniture Polish
Havve yQU tried Veribrite, if not, do so.
You will be surprised at the ease with which
you can keep your furniture looking like a
mirror.
Try It for Dusting
Our New Fall Suits
Embody the latest fashion tendencies, arc made of best material procurable by highly skilled labour,
vou will like them knowing
that in til and finish they cannot bc
surpassed.
Call and See Them
Ready-to-wear Department
Second Floor
TAKE THE  ELEVATOR
) High Class Groceries +£
Seasonable Fruits
We can always assure you of the
best quality of fresh fruits. We are
now receiving daily Poaches, Pears,
l'lums, Canteloups, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Watermelons, Ripe Tomatoes and Cucumbers- Place a
standing order with us to be filled
from fresh arrivals each morning.
Get Hume's Prices
Baking Powders
We are just opening up a new
shipment of Price's Baking Powder
in Goz., 12oz., 2-Jlbs. and 5lb. cans.
The constant and rapid increase in
the demand for this Baking I'owder,
shows the public's appreciation of a
medium priced baking powder that
can be relied upon as being pure and
wholesome. In PRICE'S you have
Quality. Quantity and Price.
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Condensed Coffee and Coc
oa
Reindeer brand condensed CofTee
and Cocoa is made from the best
grades of ColTee and Cocoa, pure
granulated sugar and cream. It is
rich, and always ready by simply
adding boiling water. One can makes
twenty-five cupfuls. It will keep in
the same can after being opened. A
choice article for the campers and
summer widowers.J
Breakfast Foods
Quality is the main consideration
in the manufacture of food-stuffs.
We handle only the liest and purest
goods on the market and consequently our Breakfast Foods are in big demand. We handle them all and can
always give the best to be had. Ask
us for prices per dozen packages.
Feed
We  are   headquarters for Hay,
Oats, Bran, Shorts, etc   Ask prices.
f SATURDAY,  AUGUST 2C, 1911.
the nvn^iri-mn^.A.LiD, K.E^r^lT-.STOKIE]
SATriillAY, AlKlliriT 30, l'Jll.
REID & YOUNG
OPENING UP OUR NEW FALL GOODS
New Fall Costumes New Coats
New Golf Coats Tailored Linen Waists
New Silks      New Gloves      New Hosiery, Etc.
CALL IN AND SEE OUR DISPLAY
REID & YOUNG
i
DIED
SAMSON—At Revelstoke, B. C,    on
Friday morning, -August 25th, Sofm
•Samson, eldest -on of Mr. and Mrs.
John Samson. aged lil years, S
months and  25 days.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
th-
Mr. i). W.  Ahrahamson is at
i rast   on  business.
Mrs. S-G. Robliins will not recrfvj
Wednesday, Aug. ililtb.
Vou should see tonight's program
of moving pictures at thc Rdison.
Mr. W. 11. McGregor, of Nelson, is
Bpending several  days in the city on
iiilSitWSS.
There will he an entire change of
program at ihe Kdison theatre on
Monday night.
A. (',. llurk opened his electric il
supply store last week In Howson's
old furniture store.
Inspector Miiler left on Monday
morning for Victoria Park, and is
Camping near  Miller lake.
The Lindmark trail to Victoria
Park on the top of Mount Revelstoke
in in spl-ndid condition right thru'
to Miller Lake.
A-dm ral Togo,  of Japan,  is expe i
ed in Vancouver tomorrow (Sunday.)
ii*     passed     t:*r.*u*M|i  the city  t  is
morning on the pri vats car Oanndi.
The Victor Talking Machine building has been moved from the e ,st
side ol McKenzie avenue to the
c >rner of McKenzie avenue and :'u 1
street.
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy Is cominp
'   next   w,., k  and  will  stop over  fl
day  at  Calgary.   It  is expected  Sir
Thomas  will  decide  wh. re  the      now
f'.r.R. shops will be located.
Contractor Shaw is rushing the
foundation and basement construe; -
Ion of the MeKinnon Mock th,s week
and it is expected that hy the mid lie
.; October the entire building w
completed.
W. B. Robertson's offlci build n:
has heen moved from its formal location at the crner of McKenzie
en'je and Secotl l treet to the VBC '
lot next door to the Mail liv ltd
office.
An  idler  of $11,!   has   be **  m ide
Knglish firm for the Tay! >r
block ' n McKemle aven ■ but the
■'■ ■ ia- turned down i n Th u
The refu-.il was called to the t)M
Country. The tgenti (or I
w..ll i *.t take le ■ then fl1 WW for
i ■• prop ity.
I.i ist   On We Infsday   evei
t.i   Mi     Mora      rani h an I      iti ■
top    "f    the    lull.       V   I. •* 1
Han 1      H.i.'      c. in,lining   em iro
work, a I'm u\ Hpeci idea    an I     n
small inm •". mone)   etc    Pin l ■■
',i    rewarded  by  returning  th*    tag
and contents, or an    part ol ihei
A.  J. Maodonell,
WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Why suffer with t1".' heat during the warm wenther
dolus vour own baking when wc will deliver lo you
even das l it'll Hread, CaLc- ai d l'astfy ol all kiu.ls
—anil as quality is our motto, we feel sure a trial
order will mean a steady customer,
FRESH FRUIT8 ANO VEGETABLES arriving daily. Kresh
Lettuce, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Onions,
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoauuts, Pineapples,
(irar is.   Lemons,  C,rapc  l'ruit,   Bananas.   As we
hn tli's.-in small quantities jou will always find
liiein Ires!; and good.
A. HOBSON,       Baker and Grocer.
FOR   SALE
"0 acres first class land close to city, suitable
for either fruit or mixed farming. Will sell in
lots from f> acres up, $85 an acre. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES LIMITED
Coal coming iu at   II. N.
Agency.
Mr. and Mrs.  A. u. l'atei -s..n      re
tiicii. .1 from the east on Wednesday.
Mr.  E. B. McDermid of Vancouver,
and Nelson wa-  In  the city yesterday
Lump coal  for  heating,     nut  coal
for cooking.—H,  N. Coursier.
Mr.  Duponl  of the Clim ix   *
pei din • .1 we 'k at     Halcyi n
Springs.
Miss Mcl'iialen returned this n orn
Ing fioni ber ho!Ways to tako ui
work at the school on Monday
Mi  ind Mrs. K. K. Tucket and Mr
and  Mr-.  I.i'ii Osborne
the Vancouver Exhibition to     spend
a week.
t'oursier's  the third time.   The daughter,    however,  thl not lie reached in     time
nnd she wenl down to her death. Mr.
P. (i. Fauquier, the proprietor of the
Needles ranch, found th. body short
ly alter tl ccurrence.     The funeral
was held at   Nakusp on Thursday ;,f
ternoon.
Mr, A. s. 1;,.,. leve and Di.     King
I* iminated  In  N'elson  yesterday
for the courtesy of the loan of their
teams for the beautiful drive through
the country  visited.
tin lhe way down the beautiful
ranch of Mr. P.O. Fauquier was also visited. Mr. Fauquier, who will
be remembered hy many people. in
this city, is the proud possessor of
ono of the best ranches along the
lakes, which Is all set out with fruit
trees whicli all seem to vie with
each other in the production of tho
most fruit. To he sure Mr. Fauquier
was enthusiastic over the coming
fair, but unfortunately the date of
the fair is such that not much of the
products of his ranch will he ready
for exhibition at that. time. He however will prepare what he can for
the occasion and ship it up to the
fair. This ranch has 'HI acres cleared and set out in fruit trees.
On the return trip the Needles was
the first place visited and a largo
numlier of ranchers were visited who
nil promised to come up to the fair
and bring the products of their ranch
ea with them. ('apt. Forslund's
ranch was also vi-ile.l and here some
beautiful and luscious pT-aches were
brought on board which were the
product of his own  place.
At Burton City SoIUfl good work
was done, nnd Mr. A. A. Burton who
has S5 acres in fruit trees promised
to personally attend the fair ami
bring a number from the 'district as
well as see thnt a representative exhibit comes from llnrton City dis
trict. Mr. d. A. Mcl'ormack has also
a'lont 20 acres ol fruit bearing trees
which will produce some giol exhib
its for tlie fair, while among the
other ranchers of the district are 15.
Shiiliert, dame- Reuler, Thus, (la-
ford S. Walker, d. Marshall C. Mar
shall, W. Pyer. H. Falls, B. Colling*
P. McDonald, D. Hepner, W. Robson
.f. Reveler and Mr. Fondeur. Mr.
Burton's 35 acres bas no less than
19011 fruit trees which in a few years
will he all bearing.
At Arrow Park Mr. A. Hemmlng-
wny thc principal store keeper of tlu
village, was visited and promised ti
interest that section in the coming
fair.
The last place visited was Arrow
b'.'ad, and here the residents to ;
man were enthusiastic over the com
ing fair and will do all within theii
power to boost the tiling along an
see that every person wbo possihh
can attends lhe fair during its pro
gross.
The itinerary of the journey wa:
laid out by Mr. C. F. landmark an.
could not have been better arrange.!
Those who took in the trip were:—
('. F. Lindmark. ('. II. Hum", A. R
Kincaid, W. B. Robertson1, 1.. Mas
son, F. II, Wells, J, A. Stone, A.
Conuely, II. GaUicano, Alex. Grant,
d. Q. MeKinnon, T.E.I,. Taylor, Mr.
Cronyn and P. W. Btone.
interesting when Veenon scored tin
lirst goal, and at tbo close of the
second half, Vernon had '.I goals to
the Y.'s one.
After the visiting team had partaken of n hearty dinner, the hoys
mustered at the association building,
where an informal pastime was held,
all,the hoys taking part. At the
close of thc evening's entertainment
thc Vernon boys invited the association* team to Vernon to play a
friendly gam.' on the 4th of Sept.
The boys are looking forward to this
with great expectations.
Ho:
■  if   th** Koi ». nay seat  in the
1) minii n  hou c   N" Socialist ■■ in I;
late  was   put   ,n   the  held.
WILL EXHIBIT AT \M
• ■ n   n ■"'!  '1**111   I
Mi. .in 1 Mrs. Vi. A   st .ih  rei im    ol th
e.l   last   nu-ht   frou.   .'*.** *. ,.
they hnve     been
time.
■ome
Wednead .v  evening
will be Riven  In   -
th
'
*■   :
■'in m .'. foil
ft ns rval ve  Vssociation   Ul
■it.* recti
invited   to  attend
Hon. Joseph Mai tin, K C    membei
for St.  Pancrea 1,     En in:
through   ti,.*  m . j
*v      to " ■  coast ti : irli-
nnce   n  tl.-  political   tl
Ing Hie Doming sh •
ke       •!•
Program
1 thai
■
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III   1 ».iy
A very »ad accident ti ippen  : 1     *
Mi n lay       * • an 1     A dollai ■   Tins
wh irehy m*     ;
hool    gill   of    IS ' Iftll    pl.lte   .*
., •'• met  '*■     leal doe
young girl with ber mnl t trail     m
• j,   of   1 ir..111
bra  the     Steamer  ilonnln ■ ■   two    medical
■ .iu*   into tht     ■> ii 11 f   mm ! ii  I*-    un in M    Mi    0
thai  the trict, did much f'*r
calls -d  ih ■ caps stag  nl   th       rnno I tit
tl.i■ 1 Ing  both     npanl I them tn to 0 men
roll wat rs "f bhe lake,   Watehen on Dl the pl-ai the thanks     of
shore quickly  pul  wtl  and the moth bhe businessmen   ire due i"     Wi
mt w.i*    ived   ifte    toing down     for Axil   * nd Duncan  MeCulloeh
pr
1 JEWS'   DRUG   STORE
Ready fur School
Opening
A complete stock ol  I'ublic   end
High School Books.
New   ileclgin  In   liven ise nml
Scribbling Hook*..
ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES
NEW  BOOKS
The Harvester " Iiy author
of freckle*
' Ciil of the Umberlosl "     SI W
' The I'.tcrn.ii I Ires,    by Vl(
l"tl.l   (    IIM   ** SI        0
The  Victor) of Allan Rul
ledge |1. SO
(Answer lo calling ol Dan
MsttgewNj
1 Moilntn X " si   0
' Jack  Bnlllugloit   I'oicsti'i "
by iiutlior nf Hishop ol ( oil.,11
down.
' The (.ill Wife "      |„  R, Hughs
Rexall Remedies
for All Ailments
Tin* guarantee on every pack-
ngi nui* 'The store celling
lint preparation guaranteed it  to
in fm Hon     If it  doc not,
go   I'.u k    In   till*    '.Ioi i*    W Imi,*    wu
bough)   11   and   gel   youi  mone)
bai k.     It belongs   to   yoil  and we
wanl ion io lune It,"
bfc.
TIIE   "11EXAL.L"   I)UTT(i  STORK
IBEBAE CMDHHITt DN RECIPROCITY
(Continued  from Page  1.)
EMG.H toifm pusses away
A very s.id death occurred yesterday morning when Sofus Samson
passed away after an illness of only
two   days'   duration.   Deceased     had
up to several days ago been around
an I  about   in   bis   usual   good  health,
• nl Ins sudden demise came as a
surprise and a shock      to     everyone
.■.ho kn.'W him. Tba cause of his
il,   is given  as acute   inflammation
atomaoh.
U iv.i-   I,      who      was  but  nni'lMi'i,
of   tge,   was  of  a  bright,cheery
lisposH."k-n,   and   was   well   like.l      hy
'. .iii"     kiii-w   him.    He   was
* lere I      as    a      very     promisin,
■   i.i.I   u lm   wa-   d 'still -d   to   get
ilong well in the world.  He  was up
ms illness  very prom
■■■  1 eh  circle .   having  be.n
member of thi      M il ... .1   1
and w is also a m m iei  of lbe
m il ■ 1' i   ti.-   wl*,,. b   has   so   often
Deceased
,  in* ml ii   * f the  band an.l
■ ■   will   he   very   much   not -*l
ll. .'iiizations to whieh
- onged,
The fui ••!..I  sei Mi'**  will   take  :■ ice
tomorri      afternoon   at   2 :80  at   tbe
* * nrch.
School Opening
mi     need,   tbe    public
,j..*i,  on   Monday       li
is   hoped  that   all   pup
1 he Ri ■   11.   -"  1 im' .mo hei
in .V        bl ...l*     Hie        »'.l k      Ol    "1       1   I
11   promptly  and    to!
papils coming In
n: >i   .1    n I be ■ .oil,11
I .i.n ,t>*  noi   only     1 -I 11 ■
tiie  progress of the l-ndlvl
lass.
. " ,1.mi '■ liass is to be   i.n 1. *i
* hool.   Children  must      tit
six *,•           :  ' 1 a,,i-i 1 bese classes.
None  will   b<  admitted aiei   the first
1   ■
The  pupils in Selkirk school,    abo
•"i-n:   .1.   ' hi*   I.o.e   BS( M I   Cla la«l
term m 11 coittinM to attend
kirk school as a  High Second 1 li ss
" ll*.     angbi   there.
H
I.H.C.H. NOUS
A      large    crowd   uii'ieiiihl. d   at   the
recreation grounds   last    Wednesday
afternoon   to   wiiteh   the   Hocc *r game
between Vernon football elub and the
Y.M.C.A, football cluh. Kor the (list
half of the game both teams kept
Working luud and many shots were
made [of the goal, but none were
scored,  tbe second half became mure
Tha speaker used with good efl«et
on» of Mr. Goodeve's illustrations as
to what this reciprocity pact was.
He said, Mr. Goodeve likened it to a
couple of farmers each having 100
acres of laml with a wire fence 1»-
twecn them. One had ninety head of
cuttle while tbe other bad only seven—representing the United States
and Cannula. lt had been a pretty
dry season and the farmer with 90
ueail 01 cuttle didn't see how he was
going to feed them, so he strolled
over to the fence and suggested to
Ilis neighbor that they take the 'fence
down anil allow ihe cattle to run
back and forth as they wanted to.
That, said Dr. King, is how Mr.
tioodeve explains the reciprocity pact
uut be tMr, Goodeve) doesn't »ay
anything about tho bargain that
was made before the fence was tak-
.11 down. Dr. King closed a concise,
business-like talk with a number of
opinions of Eastern Manufacturers,
who were supporting tbe go.ernment
on this great iiucstion because it
meant prosperity to the 1 eople of
Camilla as a whole.
M. A. Macdonald, of Cranbrook
closed tbe meeting in a rattling
speeeb In which he showed that the
question was not one as to whether
tbc electors Bhould vote for Dr. Kinj
or for Mr. Qoodeve, but it wus a
referendum of the people which was
being taken as to whether they were
in favor of reciprocity or otherwise
He sai'd let us hold the Conservatives
down to this one issue. Iluy fought
it in the house and dared Sir Wilfrid to submit it to the people of
Canada to voice their opinion on,
and Sir Wilfrid bad accepted the
challenge. Having made this point
clear he proceeded to argue bhe ijues-
tion from an economic standpoint,
showing that if the duty were re -
moved from the necessaries of life
it Was bound to make living cheaper. Uut, the speaker suid, by doing
tins, by milking living cheaper—Mr.
Borden, Mr*. Goodeve and the Conservative party say we are going to
bust up the Uritish [Umpire. They
don't tell us how its going to bc
done, but that in some mysterious
way this will he the result. Mr. Macdonald said that Mr, Goodeve's arguments against reciprocity consisted
of nothing more or less than a string
of general statements. The Conser -
vatives don't argue this question
from an economic point «f view, but
rave and shout that the Liberals are
disloyal. "It's an insult to Canadian manhood," said the speaker, "for
Mr. lloodeve and bis Conservative
friends to make such a statement."
He also pointed out thc fact that
another Conservative cry was '-'Let
well enough alone," and showed how
that was the greatest compliment
they could pay Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
and his colleague. After fifteen
years in opposition the Conservatives
were so well satisfied with thq Liberal government that they say " Let
well enough alone." The speaker
closed with an earnest plea to the
electors not to miss their opportunity on September Hist of registering
a  vote  for  themselves.
The cliairmnn then called for three
cheers for Sir Wilfrid Laurier and
Dr.    King,    wbioh  were  heartily    re-
M|ll,Ilill'll      tl).
In. King, Mr. Maodonald and Mr.
Karris addressed a meeting last
nii'ht at Arrowhead.
MALK    IIKLP    WANTED—YOU      can
make  17000   per  year ns  our agent,
i'2'Hl    cash      secures    sole   agency—
Suite 7, 739  Hastings street, west,
■nvi'i*. Ag.   211  St,
POR SAl.l'i   lm acres tA land iu bbe
Bitter Hoot   Valley, Montana,   cheap
for cash 01  trade lor vacant lots
liox   2S7-,   Hevelstoke,   II.   0. 4t.
NOTICE
No Gambling. Profanity or Intemperance is permitted about the
Shows, and no Fakirs or Swindlers
are tolerated at any time or under
any circumstances.
J. H. KSCHMAN,
Gen. Manager.
OUTFITTERS
FOR  MEN
WHO KNOW
J, St T. Pell's. Doctors' Special
nud Dr. Keiil's Sho,*,,
Mi I'liirson's high clnsa .shoes of
all kinds.
StHiifirhl's Underwear, Sanford'a
• Clothing.
Rubber Footwear and Onion made
Overalls
JOHN BULL
Howson'I Block Kevelstoke, B. C.
llowkou Dlock, Kevelbtoke
Sweater Coats
There is no article in a woman's wardrobe
that is more useful than a Rood, warm golf
coat. They are light and warm and easily
washed. The line we offer is exceptionally
good. Made from soft Bee Hive yarn, without a single seam, and hand finished, they
will be found to wear well and keep their
shape. We have them in plain colors and
combinations.   See our window.
Infants' Wear
Wo have just opened a nice assortment of
articles for the baby's outfit. They comprise dresses in silk and cotton, gowns,
petticoats and Barracoats in flannel and
flannelette slips, bibs, wool jackets, etc.,
and you will find thc prices are exceptionally
low.
cTVIcLennan C& Co.
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Half the Summer is still ahead. Wc have
provided for it by keeping our slock well
assorted in sizes.
FASHIONABLE SUITS FOR FALL
Just received our Fall Samples for niade-to-
order Suits.    Let   us  show  them   to   you.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Foot-Rite Shoes.
Fit-Reform Clothing
SPECIAL   ANNOUNCEMENT
We take pleasure in announcing that Mr.
Potts, representative of Coppley, Noyes
and Randall, high grad? but reasonably
priced Wholesale Tailors, will be with us on
Aug. 28th and 29th. )
This is your opportunity for selecting your
Fall and Winter Suit or Overcoat from a
large and up-to-date range of samples, and
have your measure taken by an expert.
Please do not fail to favor us with a call.
*.
McRae Mercantile Co., Ltd.
j
Revelstoke Plumbing. Heating & Sheet Metal Go.
l'stimiites given for SfUiUery work, Electric l/ltchting, Hot
Air, Wuter, Steam Healing und all kinds of  Sheet   Mclul
Work.
Itutbs, Lavatories, Water Closets, etc.
Prompt attention given to nil orders.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
Phone No. — - - - - Hot 'llll
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
PROVINCIAL    I10MIO,    KAMLOOPS,
KAST   WIN(1   ADDITION.
Hcnleil Tenders, superscribed "Ten
iler for Bast Wini; Addition, Provin
ciul Home, Knmloops," will lie re
ceived lis the Honourable the Minim-
er of Public Works up to 12 o'clock
noon of Wednesday, the 2(>th iluy of
September, 8911, for tho erection and
completion Ot an east wini? addition
to the Provincial Home, Kamloops,
li. ('.
Plans, BiKicilieationH, contract, and
forms of tender may l>e neon at tbe
offices of bhe Provincial Timber In-
spector, Vancouver, B. 0.; the Government      AkoiUh,      Kamloops,    Now
Westminster, and Revelstoke; and at
the Di'iiiiiiment of l'uhiic Works, l'ar-
lianwnt  Buildings,  Victoria, B,  0,
Intending tenderers can, hy applying to the undersigned, obtain one
ropy of the drawings und one copy of
the N|ii"iiii'ntiiriia for the sum of
twenty dollars ($20).
Bach tender must bc accompanied
by an accepted bauk cheque or certificate of     depoait 00 a    chartered
bank of Oanada, made payable to tho
Honourable the Minister of I'ulilie.
Works, for tlie mini of $5,0110, which
bIuiII be forfeited il the party tendering decline to enter into contract
when called upon to do ho, or it be
faiil to complete the work contracted
for. The cheilites or cortlflcutcH of
deposit of un.*.mii*.Mini tenderers will
he returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
The successful tenderer fhnll furnish a bond of a guarantee company
satisfactory to the Minister ot Put) -
lie Works, equal to tx-n (10) per cent,
of the contract amount, for tho due
fulfilment of the contract.
Tenders will not he considered unless made out on tlie forms supplied
signed with thc actual xignnturo of
tho tenderer, and enclosed in the envelopes  furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J. K. (JaRIPPlTH,
Public Works Engineer,
l'uhiic Works l>epartmi>nt,
Victoria,  B.C.,  August  24th,   1911v
8THAYED—to the West Knd Dairy,
at/out a week ago, a Red ainl
White Bull Calf, about seven months old. Owner may have samo
by proving property, paying for
cost ol feed and for tbld advertiee-
meut.-A. 0. Carlson        Ag.-ii ft,
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