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"Empire" Typewriter
v:
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $(301
Interior Publisnmg Co., Agts
y
r'rtBe,
The Mail-Herald
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
ishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 17—No.   62
REVELSTOKE. B. C, AUGUST 9, 1911
$2,50 Per Year
flRST QUALITY TOOLS
SEE
OUR
STOCK
IT DOES NOT PAY TO BUY POOR TOOLS. THEY
NOT ONLY *"GO WRONG." BUT THEY AGGRAVATE
THE MAN WHO USES THEM.
YOU WILL LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF YOU USE POOR
TOOLS: BUT YOU WON'T LOSE YOUR TEMPER IF
YOU USE OUR TOOLS. BECAUSE THEY ARE PROPERLY TEMPERED.
WE HAVE THE "EDGE" ON THE HARDWARE
BUSINESS IN THIS TOWN. BECAUSE WE SELL THE
BEST AND DO NOT OVERCHARGE THOSE WHO GIVE
US THEIR CONFIDENCE.
SEE OUR STOCK IN ALL KINDS OF TOOLS FOR
THE MECHANIC. FOR THE HOME FOR THE GARDEN
AND FOR EVERYONE.
YOURS FOR THE "BEST GOODS."
L
awrence
Hardware Co. Ltd
OLIVER KICKS KOOTENAYS
by the way. pays special attention to
Kiiests from Revelstoke.
The trip itself on thc     handsomely
furnished   C.P.R.
while.
boats  is      worth
WORKING 1 BIGGEST
ElillTIOH DO RECORD
Refuses to Allow American Editors to Get Peep at Country
One hundred and seventy-five Ohio
editors, members of the Bucktye
l'ress Association, who have been
touring the Oanadian West and who
were due to arrive at Nelson on Monday morning, were suddenly and unaccountably turned back on tlicir arrival at Field and never i.van ::i tu
a glance at thc beautiful Kootenays.
Nelson had made elaborate arrangements for their entertainment including a trip up the lakes, automobile
and launch runs and a score of other
enjoyable features.
The only explanation of lhe failure
of the pen pushers to turn up at tbc
expected time and place is the receipt
of a telegram dated from Calgary as
follows:
"Oliver, Minister of Interior, forbids  extension  of  trip.      His  action! vancement.   Within  little lese than a
Secretary has Placed Prize Lists
in Printers' Hands—Attractions Committee at Work
If the fall fair of 1911 is not a success it will not be in anyway the
fault of the uewly-appointcd secretary, as since his appointment to
the position he has thrown himself
heart and soul into tbe business with
a zeal which is characteristic of his
work along any line for public      ad-
disappoints   and  displeases   us  super
latively."
This wire was from Carl A.  Jcttin
ger,  president  of  the  Buckeye
Association,  and  everybody    i
week of his appointment to the task
he has already placed the copy of the
prize list in the printer's hands in a
Press] most legible and printablo form, and
at  a'in addition is continually at it     to
WILL SELECT CANDIDATE
Conservatives Will Convene at
Nelson on Aug. 17
On Thursday, August 17th, thc Con
servatives of this •district will hold a
big convention at Nelson, when it is
expected that twtween ninety and a
hundred delegates will 1kj present
from nil over the district. Bach riding is entitled to ten delegates, and
tbere are ni».> ridings in the district.
Tbe nominating of a candidate will
be the principal hu.-iinesH of this convention. On Friday evening of this
week Hcai'lstokc Conservative Asso-'
elation will meet in Selkirk Hall for
the election of delegates to attend
the convention in Nelson.
Mr. A. 8. Goodeve will probably be
the candidate elected to contest the
election.
Whether tbe Liberal party will have
a candidate in the Held or not Initios riding is not yet definitely settled
but it is rumored that there is a.
possibility of there being none to
contest the seat with Mr. A.S. Goodeve.   There   is,   however,   a   certainty
loss to know just what The Hon. I keep bbe various committees to work of a Socialist candidate for the rid-
Frank Oliver has against tbe  Koote-I at the tasks assigned them. ling.     This man will doubtless spring
nays tbat he insists in ostracizing us; Tbe lists this year will be in many HP 'rom the south as soon as the
from thc visitatian of these influent-] respects the same as in former years, I Party decides upon a suitable man to
ial American citizens who could do so! but  the  following  facts  are    worthy'do  the running.   Things have scarce-
much to make the Kootenajs known, of special notice to intending exhibi-
throiighout  the  Republic.  His  action'tors:
is very mueh resented in the city am-1 Notice of entry must be given by
ong tbe hills to the south and letters September 10th, and no entries can
and telegrams have been following be made after that date. These must
each other thick and fast roastikg not be removed till after C p.m. on
him for his action. The roast is com-, September 12th.        Poultry and    pet
ing to him.
Plumbing and Tinsmith ing
j—————1
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Otflc*—Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized      - $10,000,000.00
Capital Subscribed -          5.913,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -      5.793,000.00
Reserve        ... -       5,793, JOO.OO
Branches nr Agents at all principal points in'Cnnada.
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,  r iv**1, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Uuiieupondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
iBBaBgBBraBBgraaBffiftgs
Ladies' Summer Wear at Cost
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
Schram Fruit Jars Give Satisfaction
Half Gallon Si/.e, per dozen - - $1.75
Quarts per dozen ....       1.50
Pints, per dozen - - - 1.00
By following the directions and giving them
a fair trial you will be   convinced of their
superior quality.    Try them.
John Mclntyre & Son, Phone 93
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 208
QROOIR & BAKKR
Phono NO. 3S
YOUR SUMMER VACATION
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
An Ideal Place
There are several things that must
be taken into consideration in planning where and how to spend the sum
hut Vacation that perhaps yon are
thinking of taking. Kvery man ami
woman should take a short vacation,
even ii it is for a few days only, and
where to go to get the greatest amount of benefit for the leant expenditure is and always has heen the
prime consideration. It you are a
business man these things must enter
first into the calculation. You
might go to Honolulu if you could
aflord it, hut the chances are you
cither can't ntlord it or you cannot
take the time to make it worth while
going so far away from home. The
question however arises as to whether
it would be Worth while. After travelling a tedious journey you rest for
a short time and then repeat the
dose of travel, and perhaps t..prive
home Just as tiivd and weary as
when you left. It would perhaps he
u trip worth while after all, but il
might nat he an ideal Vacation.
Have you ever given the trips ii se
to home a serious thought? "hose
do not cost very mu.-h and peraips
f.ir that reason are not appreciated
as they should lie. dust a few bturs
from your very door-> is one of the
most quiet and restful ol sumner resorts that heart could wish for. Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium is he-
coming a name famous all over tho
American continent, nnd the *.'ork-
weary are finding their way th^re in
crowds, while the invalid is seeking
the healing baths for relief, and they
get it too. On Saturday the writer
took a trip to this famous resort,
and it was somewhat surprising to
lind the whole seventy rooms occupied, and the many cottages connected
therewith filled to capacity. Tcorle
were there from all parts of the
State* and Canada, and iii a life of
l.i/.y luxuriousnees were balking ln
the sunshine and storing up energy
lor another ieaSOt) of bu-iness work
nnd worry. The hostletry is an ideal
one in location, lieing situated amid
mountain and stream, while the accommodation and cuisine is as good
or even better, than c,,u be found in
many a metropolitan centre. II* li
'.Vin Hoyd personally attends to the
convenience of bis patronB. and in a
hundred and one ways makes the Idle
hours ol a summer vacation slip by
pleasantly. His gasoline launch is
ever ready to take the party out on
■ pleasure jaunt in the evening and
In** lishing rod and reel are the common property of his guests. The hot
sulphur bath- ,,re helpful and healing
ini aftei a courts ol treatment     in
the  bands  "(  Mr.  rieo.   Ward  who  is
m constant attendance at these baths
the patlCDt comes out feeling like a
new mnn Special attention in given
the lady guests in tbis respect as an
apartment is s-et apart lor their convenience whicli is /it all times In
eh.iri-e  al .in cjpenencwl woman.
Ii you have a lew hours to while
away on i Sunday or a couple of
weeks in I lie summer to recuperate It
I-. .11 pay you 14 u>-it the Halcyon
Hot SpriDgs tjauitanum*     Mr. Boyd
stock must he on the grounds by 7
a.m. September llth, and the grounds
will be open to tbe public September
llth at 8 a.m.
Membership tickets entitle bidders
to as many entries as desired, but
winners of prices amounting to $10
or over will have deducted li) per
cent of the same.
Through the efforts of the l'oultry
Association arrangements have been
made to take care of outside exhibits
from tbe time tbey arrive at tlie 'depot, and to retuen the same to the
express otlice for re-shipment.
A  large numlwr  of     special    prizes
ly begun to warm up yet, but there
will doubtless be something doing in
the near future.
TIMBER OFFICE RETURNS
Those who know State that Office
will Again be Located Here
The Liberal Association, after work
ing away quietly for some considerable time past is now in a position
toannounce that in the very near
future the timber office which was
removed to Kamloops will again be
located in Hevelstoke. This assurance
was given tlie executive by Senator
Bostock on his way through here yesterday. Whether the ollice will be as
originally here or whether its powers
have lieen provided tor in the poultry ' will lie somewhat curtailed is not de-
department  as   well   as  in  nu.iy    of
tho other departments of the fair.
The attractions committee are work
ing bard to secure some very special
attractions  for  this  year's exhibition
TO DEVELOP THE BOY
Rev. J. P. Westman will tell Best
Way To-night
If you have a boy who is fast growing    up   and   is  liable   to   get   away
Iromyou and beyond jour     control,
the Rev. J. 1'. Westman, Kiei.l Seen
finitely known,  but it is assured    by
those  who  know  tbat  the  lumbering
interests in this city will  be given ev
ery convenience they require.
WANT SNAPPV LACROSSE
Citizens Arranging tor Date of
Visit of Boys from Coast
At a meeting held in the city hall
last night a committee wns appointed to arrange* a date for the Visit ot
the Sapperton lacrosse team from the
coast,  and   to  determine   ,vaat  guar
tary of the Voung People a n.ovemcnt | antee  could   be  offered as an   induce-
and Sunday Schools of the Methodist
church lor Alberta and Brittso >\i
umhiit, will explain to you tonight in
tlie Methodist church how lout to
handle him anil keep uim I om ban
associations.
Mr. Westman, who is travels;;
through the city to tae coast, will
give an interesting talk In '.lie fturch
tonight on "the Development of che
lloy," and the speaker who baE for
the greater period of his ;.lo hoed associated with the boys of Oanada,
may be depended upon to •.ire 6 mc
real good, sound advice lo patent**
on this all-absorbing qua ltd.in. Mr.
Westman's talk will nit be one cf
those dry and uninteresting speeches,
but will from start to finish be
rounded
ment lor the boys to play here. Th'.s
committee will visit the businessmen
of tlie city and  find out just      iVl'at
date  would  be best suited  10 sural a
purpose, and  ihe possible attoudanc
should an arrangement  be made    fo
the game to be played ia the city be-
twecnthe visitors and the home team
The team was due to leave Vancouver August 8th on its way to the  interior  towns and  will arrive  here  in
the course of a week or so.
11HKAKS AVIATION  RECORD.
Ktampcs,  France, Aug.  !>.--M. Felix
director  of    the    military    aviation
school,      asoended   11,IHO  feet  today,
tihus     breaking  tbe record for height
out with  upt   illustrations'attained  by  aeroplanes.     The ascent
and   phrases calculated  to make
think.    Don't  miss this     ehauce
learn  how to dcvelopc the boy
round   him  out  for  the  purpose!
good  citizenship.
one   was made in  68 minutes and the uvi-
to'ator planed down in twelve anil onc-
.inl   half minutes.
of
SICAMOUS   ITEMS.
Sicamous, Aug. 4.—Mr. 11. A. Upper, police constable here, had a
very exciting experience with Mr. L.
H. Congneves of the Ilellevue hotel,
by over balancing the Maude AnniB.
Being that both were good swimmers
they aoaehed shore none the worse for
their ducking.
Mr. Booth leaves next week for
Toronto  to attend  the exhibition.
Mr. and Mrs. MoOullooh, of Hovel-
stoke, newly married, are guests at
the C.P.R, hotel hero.
Mr. Mefircgor, baggageman here,
loaves next week for I'cnticton on his
vacation.
Mr. Martin, operator heru, Intends
leaving for Vancouver. It is rumor
ed he will not return alone.
Mr. rongrcves, Col. II. Ilreon, R.A.
Upper and Mr. (!. Messacare, left for
Seymour Arm on a fishing trip.
S« tbe Tale of Two Cities at tho
Bdison theatre tomorrow night.
EXPECTS BUMPER CHOP.
Toronto, Aug. 5.—Mr. J. Hunt, of
London, Ont., a director of tlle Maple
Leal Milling company, and a prominent grain man, who has just return
ed from his nnnual li)B|iection of
crops 111 Alberta, Saskatchewan and
Manitoba, is very enthusiastic over
the prosp?cts. Ho says the yield of
wheat will be from two hundred million to two hundred and twenty-live
million, Somo fields of wheat In Alberta he says will show 41) bushels
to the acre.    He, saw no trace of rust
HOTEL OHANOES HANDS.
The well knowii Vernon hotel on
Douglas street has lately been taken
over by Mrs. Hanbury, the popular
proprietress or the New Tourist, and
will In (UtUri! be conducted as a first
class  rooming  and   apartment   house.
Tho entire building is being thoroughly  renovated  and  refurnished.
Steam heat is to bc installed in
every room and when all Incompleted
itwill be one of the most comfortable
places of its kind ln the city.
Pishing tackle that's Ht for fishing,
at Bourne Broi.
Stoves! Ranges!
McClary's Stoves
Kootenay Ranges
Saskalta Ranges
Sunshine P'urnaces
Ename! anil Tinware
We can supply your
wants in the above lines
with the best Goods made
in Canada.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc. It
pays to use good Paints.    We sell them.
Fishing Tackle. Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition and
other Sporting Goods. We are leaders in these, and also
■carry a very large stock of General Hardware, Tools of all
kinds, etc.
Harness, Whips, Horse Blankets, Lap Robes.
Crockery and Glassware.
BOURNE  BROS.
Hardware,
Stoves,
Plumbing
&
Ham and Eggs Bacon and Eggs
Imperator Hams and Bacon
Fish Halibut Salmon Sturgeon
Smelts Rock Cod
Imperator Cooked Hams Shrimps
P. BURNS <& COMPANY, LIMITED
Wholesale and Retail Merchants
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Distributors for Swift's Products
All our choice fresh killed
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb and Poultry are kept
in* our new Cold Storage
Cooling rooms and displayed
in the shop for sale in Re-
ounters
handle
nothing but Swift's Government inspected meats, silver
leaf lard, Premium hams &
bacon.
:X/\  ''liberating Glass C
lW*--VJ ani1   Window.    We
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
High Class Meat Pirvkyors
Phone 2S1
P. O. Box 181
1
I
Season tickets for
yourself and family
That's what the Victor and Berliner Gram-o-
phone gives you. More then that Nut only
one season of entertainment, but many seasons.
And you don't have to go to crowded theatres
or go out in bad weather. You can stay right
at home and enjoy in perfect comfort whatever kind of entertainment you arc in the mood
to hear—the best music and entertainment of
every sort.
The next time you arepsa'inK, stop in and henr tlie Grstn-o-
phone.   Or niskc a ap-ecla] trip—you'll feel wel! repaid.
No obligation to huv. bul it jrou do want to buy you can get
a Gramophone for a* little at fi$. Other styles up to fy**,
•nd ou easy teiuj, ii desired.
Nor' West Talking Machine Co, Ltd.
REVELSTOKE,   B. C.
Wholesale Distributor! foi Provinces
ni Albert.i and British Columbia
Agents Wanted! Liberal Discount!
fl WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9
Gbe flDail»1bcvato
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY  AND
SAT UK DAV  AT
REVELS TOKE.  B.   C.
■Jntertot ipuiuisbmo Company
Limited
TECZEU MAIL-HEBALD, BEVELSTOEE
<?
~-%
ADVERTISING RATES.
Lejal nonces lu ceuts per line first
insertion, 5 cents per Hue each
subsequent insertion. Measurements Nonpanel (12 lines mako
one inch, j S'.ore and general
business announcements $2.51) per
inch per month. Preferred positions, 21 per cent, additional,
li.riho, Marriages aud Deaths, Me
each .nsertion.
Lanj notices $7.50*, All advertisement.*, jutjjtct tu the approval ul
tae muuagemeut.. Wanted und
Condensed Advertisements : —
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uatioun wanted, Situations Nu
cant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wanted, 2o words or less, U5c,
each additional line 10 cents.
Changes il standing advertisements must be in by 9 a. m.
TuesJay and Knday ot euch week
to secure pood display,
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters ot public interest. Communications to Editor must be
accompanied by name ot writer
not necessarily (or publication,
but as evidence o! good faith.
Correspondence should be brief.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Including postage to England, United States and Canada.
By the year (.through postolnco) $2.5U
Have You Obtained Your Winter's
Supply of Coal Yet?
Remember the mines on the prairie have been shut clown
now for nearly four months and the strike not yet
settled.   Order your coal now while you can get it.
BRIQUETTES $ 8.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
STOVE  COAL $10.25 per ton
(a limited supply on hand)
WELLINGTON $11.10 per ton
(soft coal)
WOOD $7.50 per cord
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
COST DF SERVICE
BASIS OF RATES
plan of thc other roads nnd mn'de the
rate to tfpokano the rnte to the Paci-
ilc const plus the local rate back to
Spokane. It is mm inst that practice
denounced by Mr. Hill himself in  1SII2
Importance to Canada of De;
^
J
has been wnped, which is ended by
the decision (riven by the Interstate
| Commerce commission on Monday.
cision ot Interstate Uailway i sp°ka»8 ■■m miies ^ °f *«*««
1 I from Chicago to Seattle is 2,248 miles
Pnmrnjecjnn Krom  Chicago  to      Spokane  is  1,908
uumiiiiii-Jiuii Imiles     The ,ineg in whlch .frei.Bh.t it
Under     the heading, ''The Spokane hauled  from Chicago to  Seattle pass
Oase Aflords This Country a Leison" through Spokane.  All these years the
The Wi-mn-t'peg free Press has the (al- t,'l'i^ht rates from ™™R° to Spok-
lowing editorial:                                    I iUve bave ,,elM1 blu! rat"R ,rora OMcogo
The  decision which  the     Interstate to  Scuttle  plus  thc  local rates from
Commerce commission has just .given Seattle back again tl, BpokoM. The
in  the celebrated  croup  of      railway Bame   is   trua   "»     "hipments       from
FORT FRASER
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1911
———W—WWWM—W^MMW
■W        lllll       ■ —**■-.*.        ■!!■        ■!      1 ■■■ —
The New Hub City of
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Cbe flDaillberaLb
■ m her lumber and natural resources,
Canada will then be left free with her
moderate tat'iil tor revenue purposes
unaltered, and will then be in an unassailable position in whii'li she will
i' *t any advantages that may accrue
from being able to Biport her natural products to tin' United states.
With regard tn the political intentions that arc said to be behind tin'
American agitation in favor of rcci-
procity, anyone after reading Champ
Clark's speech, must to -ny the least,
regard it as an unfortunate slip (or
such a prominent politician to have
made. He has. it is said, since
protested that it was said "pour
iin'." hut that wns after he saw how
seriously his ungunrded statement
had been taken."
Some tew weeks ago Rev, Mr.    Mc
Intyre   prea i. ■!   t*>  his  congregation
a drat class Bermon on "The Mormon
Menace."     Mi*  Mclntyre has      been
reading a i"t on the subject and sirs
In t!:e growth ,'f the sect in    Canada
.   which is likely to serious
Iy all-set the social fabric i>f Canada's
■ .- on .. an.  And he is right.     Continued read :._• oi tlu* Mormon church
matter*:   in   magazines such  as  ,*» at
present  being  published  m    "Everybody's     '.-'.ii.-   "lie  to the conclusion
th.,t the guarantee of religious liber
ty  hy  the constitution  of a country
-,s :;**t the very greatest reach of wis-
I -m alter all.  It seems to us     (rom
•   .v,   :i:,\v  real  that th,'  Mormon
faith ,s one that should not be allow
■ ■. -.    •   ui:-!.. ,in,l when it is used hy
tors   [oi   personal   pain       it
mi - legrec a  public  nuis -
ar.****      Tl -  no method uf     en
slaving .. : pie winch works s*. per
'   : . -.-■ religion. Blind a man
is faith an*l you can lead
h.m ver t tat Its ii tact he will
,  ■ • k  over them. The lea !
ers ol the  Mormon church have used
theii    * now  (or hall a  century,
an:     amassed     private wealth that
v, • il I  ■• i.-.--:   th-i     world if it    were
: -v known.
Tbe  I'r* awl
■ "    Vel  tht   .-  . • ianient  can
I  ••    u est  Smith  anil  send  him      to
the       -  ;      iwers  would w  r
Bhii   - martyr.   If    ny    ■
tempts to opposi   them, they iiecome
at   * •     martyrs," a Btate
r.f min: -'•.-■pie love to find
I
Since     relig ticism  cannot
1 *   - y force the govern
ment!    t • United
States s ■ s mis-
.-    i li y gat la. E lu
ecretlj
d them into  ways
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make  i Hving     t of i
There * 11 tie a gn it
t seven
Bay   'A  •     \ ■• ,"  to th*«  remai k    of
ly'g,
In view of the. recent gun play in
\ ancouver, in which one Italian lust
life an,l another is seriously
wounded, some sort of legislation
should he enacted lo regulate the
ih* of oflensivo weapons. There is
legislation restricting bhe sale of
poisons, and why not of these weapons which criminals of the uneducat-|
I type usually carry around to commit their nefarious deeds,
Ontario has Bet  a precedent in this
i  t" the provinces In this respect,
when shi' enacted iu April last  as fol
lows;
"Every person  who exposes for sale
sells any  huwie-knite, dirk, dagger
CORRESPONDENCE
Kdltor Mall-Herald:—
Hear Sir.—I would like to trespass
on your valuable space for a few lines
to say that your article in last Wednesday's Mail-Herald re fall fair was
a little misleading to some of the
public, as 1 have had a few complaints and enquiries since, regarding
same. It says that exhibitors fees
arc to he two dollars. Now it is the
membership tickets tbat arc two dollars. The holder of ticket to bc admitted to grounds and have all exhibits free, but a person payiflg lifty
cents gate admission, must pay one
dollar for lirst exhibit and twenty-
[ live cents for each additional entry.
W. K. SMITH,
Chairman Vegetable Committee.
Hevelstoke,   Aug.   "th.
We are very pleased to give the
above correction space, and to have
the situation explained so well. We
trust that the public will nut lie seriously misled by the article referred
to, and in future issues will endeavor   way  revenue
[ri'i'ght rate cases having their origin
in the complaint Died with the cou
mission by the city of Spokane and
ut her cities concerned, in August 1906
is of lar reaching importance, directly directing, as it. does, all rates in
the United States between the cast
and the Pacillc coast. It is the most
important decision yet given by the
commission, anil makes a notable ad-
vame in the application of public con
trol of railway rates in the United
States. I
The commission orders material reductions in freight rates from the east
to points between Denver and the
western terminals of the transcon -
tini'iital railways, which have fur
many years exacted from shippers to
intermediate points such as Spokane
higher rates on eastern freight than
were charged for the. much longer
hauls to Seattle, San Francisco nnd
other I'acilic coast points. The theory
his been that, the water competition
to the Pacific const must he taken into account.
,    The facts    in connection with    this
. protracted struggle throw a strong illumination     upon    the    resemblance
there  is,  as has been  noted    in    the
freight rate articles in course of pub-
] lieation in the Free Press between tho
system   of  charging   what  the    traffic
will bear and the system of high traffic protection. In each case the natur
al  development of a country is affected;  in the oue case to   augment rail-
the  other,  to foster
to set  the  matter right.—Bd.
ftn Enterprising firm
The attention of our readers is direct e.l tu the advertisement in another (-011111111 of the Mooncy Biscuit &
Candy fo.,  Ltd..  of  Stratford,    (lut.
ir setm any   ,n.» .«.-■*.   —-„„      aml  Winnipeg,   Man.      Although    Isbs
tlletto,  metal knuckles, skull-cracker   |1]an (.|(;lft y,.a,.. l)M th|,  t,usl„,,sa    ,,,
ir  slung shut,  or  who sells a revolv-   thl, M „,y  ,,,,,.„,,  &  (*,lmly 0o   lms
. . , pistol or air-gun to any person
othei than the holder uf a certificate
ii om the provincial ur other police
stating that he is entitled to pur
chase any uf those things, is liable
to a line of trom $20 to $200. The
purchaser is equally liable under the
act.
"Records must be kept uf all sales
made, with name uf purchaser, an.l
:,.ilm.' to comply involves a tine uf
from Jl' to $200, \ further pemaltj
ol J.'.u is in n\ Ided inr (ni;,.*. ■
;■ *i i gales every three months to the
rial  j, dice
"Mtlii-ers  .ire  given  power  t"   •■■
people whom they ha ■*   res
■-■   in  * i      ng concealed weapons,
i regul .i on    an   included  look n-_-
....
om such weapons     ■   '*
'i'he Crimes  Vmet
■■..i- passed   nto law hv the \ew Zee-
inn I pai
ure
grown by leaps and bounds until it
is said that, at the present time they
sell mure bid nts than any
Canadian house. Karly in the history
of their business, before their Winnipeg factory was opened, they display
ed then* progressiveness in buiWlag
then* own line of private freight cars,
used exclusively for shipping theii
i       *.-,1s.
I ir j,* fac
f have i
the distinction "< lieing the only Bas
tern  P: -•* - t   Mai   factun th      a
Canada,
11   -. ■       ■      t ,
they n
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ing.   Ther- s   of
the protected Industries, In huth cases
the public sillier fur the benefit of
private interests. It may truly be said
uf that system of fixing railway rates
as it has been said of the high protective tariff system, that only under
one condition can it be justified from
the purely economic point of view and
that condition would involve the fixing of the rates hy nn all-wise providence.
Not alone Spokane but all other inland communities in    that   part   of
the      region    comprised    by    eastern
eaetern Oregon,    Idaho,
all other eastern points— New York,
Huston, Philidelpliia, Pittsburg ami
.io on. Exactly the same principal
is in operation on the C.P,II. in this
country. The rate to Nelsun.lt.('., fur
■example, is the rate to Vancouver
plus the local rate from Vancouver i
to Nelson.
Tbu great argument of the railways
In support of this practice is that the *
rite  by  water  carriage  around  Cape '
Horn  must be  met.  They  i-gnor    the
fact that the merchandise that,   could
be transported subject to such  delay,
is  limited      in  character  and in amount,  that   the     shipping  is  limited, '
and  that,  giving  the argument      its '
fullest   weight,  it. cannot be  made to
justify  on  shipments made 'direct   to
Spokane ami  to  Nelson  the  addition
of. the local rate back from      Seattle
aivd  Vancouver, respectively, on    top
of the through rate to Seattle      and
tu Vancouver, respectively.  Moreover,
why should that argument be     made
to apply  to shipments from     points
inland—such  as  Chicago  and   Wioni -
peg,  fur  example.   Freight  cannot  be
shipped from Chicago tu Spokane, or
from  Winnipeg  to Nelson    by    water
around  Cape Horn.
The decision which the Interstate
C immerce commission lias given, disposing of this argument and the othei- arguments advanced by the transcontinental systems enter Spokane—
namely, the Great Northern, the
Northern Pacific, the Union Pasiflc,
and the Canadian Pacilic—is one mure
move  in the  direction uf making thc
THIS IS A NEW CITY SITE in the very heart of ( auiida s
largest ami must wonderfully productive province. rhe eyes ot
the world ami the money of all countries seem to he centering on
this l'aeilic-Ccast section of tlle new land. Fort I-rascr is tne
central distributing point -by river ami bv the Grand I rank I acitic
Railway- for un area of over 2011 miles uf agricultural ami stock-
raising land. Its title is guaranteed by the Provincial Government
and deposited iii trust with the Dominion Stock nud Bond Urpor-
ation of Vancouver-Capital, $2,000,000. The Government bus
secured a quarter uf the complete townsite. I„ot prices SFltio ana
$150.    Literature, etc., on request.
Chas. M. Field, Agt. Revelstoke
cost of the service the basis of freight
rates. That tendency is Increasingly
in evidence In the deolsio-BS of the
Interstate Commerce commission mnd
of the different state commissions. It
has not yet begun to be in evidense
in the decisions of the 'Dominion Rail
way commission.
introduced hy Dr. Ptndlay,     • •
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A pi  md * ■ ■   Engl   hn an -ra *
*h nada gave the I
thi   ■ ..'.-lisi.man's national vievt   if
ng C inada   "We
in  Et gla n •   "c* win*  Canada
■   for American reciprocity
We  an       ' our   enemies      have
:   .in '   hi'I    tin le   w.tll tie*
CnlWd  States, but  jealous lor     hei.
if the Mot hei land tho ight      ' imaAa
would letsi/t from reciprocity     with
the I lutes everj  Unionist nn*i
•   ■   «-. .  • -..   > - iii .1 give the      cam-
earnest support, Hut none
England     ean sei* how or
' *.ii i' ii.oia can hope to benefit,  If
.Mulls her hnnd, the duted States
irill have anyhow to take ud the duty
Attoi * .   * :com-
panied  Sir
for the Imperial  Confei
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undei   !ft'*iit '*•■■-
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•  -m     iome years ago the '•-'■'■ Pics    celleni M
laml government   inaugurated   ,   iy     |,- n m opera hous
imii,  nl  -■ ■ - f Tin*   pri .on      eamp    al   * the chil
lo foresl  innl, and lir   Pfndlny    has  tlren   ind * ich child       .. wi   i   roi
consldci extended thl   Idea Ther.*  |n mn is tin   regulai   chool
are now loui large prison '-amps In Ing, the objeel being to mnki them
New Zeal,ml to winch prlsoneri t> i • ippot Inn in thai when the
i.t [rom the principal Now Zealand time rnmes foi them to go out Into
gaols, ami there, employed lo tree the world they Will have something
planting  ati I   other IhihIi   work   under, to  fall   bark   upon.   They   also    bave
the direction of warders. At least on loni ami outdooi  afahlMlc grounds,
New Zealand r.i ol--thnt  of [overeat .and n  printing ofllce is opornted   In
gill,  in  Hie  South Island— lu self sup-  connection   with   then   school,   who
polling.—London Times, | tbc elder boys arc tuupht a trade,'
other Washington
Montana, and thc adjoining territory
are directly concerned in the struggle
which   bus  resulted   in   bhe   defeat   for
Aays concerned.  Further than
thai   the principal upon which the de-
cision  of  the  Interstate      Commerce j
ci inm.-.so*i,  is based  is one of     the I
ati   I   importance  to every  inland j
community In the Held of the     com-,
iction, which is to say
bl ■*   *.*. i'.i.   1 nited   States.  There    are
•   public control of railway |
marching  forward      in    the
I
In this       ■ try, as in the    United
die  demand    [or    such
Control   is  growing
nstant trength, and will pro-
• ■ present
emedy  date back some
'. ,s     .n     February,
j one   *i Hill,   whose
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C. P. R. TIMETABLE
WESTBOUND.
No. 3 arrives at 6 a.m., leaves at
li:20 a.m. I
No. 1 arrives at 3:15 p.m., leaves
at 3:35 p.m.
No. 13, Seattle train, arrives at
4:35 p.m., leaves at 4:45 p.m.
BASTBOUND.
No. II, Seattle train, arrives at
7:15 a.m., leaves 7:35 u.m.
No. 2 arrives at 11:40 a.m., leaves
at 12 o'clock noon.
No. 4 arrives at 12:45 a.m., leaves
at 12:55 a.m.
South train leaves Revelstoke at
7:35 a.m., arriving back at 4:15 p.m.,
connecting here with No. 13.
Eire Alarm Boxes
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rtfvtii napped  bis
,i  ,i      "We are nof - in
hi "   tn  ihow (sai   of the « itei    ■ it
i  I Mr   Ilill.   "If we had been
i    .,'    i bi-iii, .'.m  ihould now h ■
building  .-in   io ol   to   the   roust."
Koi   ; time aftsi  the complotlon ol
i.ho Omul  Northern to the coast    it
■a   opei nti-,1   on  a   Inn i-   lii ill  into than
; the other lottds*   Then it ttdoptsd the
if
Signals are given thus: 2 strjkes,
nterval 5 seconds—4 Btrokes, Box
4. No. of box will also be shown
n  indicator at Fire Hall.
FIRE  BRIGADE NO.  TWO.
Hot.  No.   14—Corner    FirBt    street
nd    McKenzie    avenue,  C. B. Hume
& Co.
Box  No.   15—Comer  Kirst       street
ud  Itokeby  avenue,  post  office.
Uox   No.   16—Corner   Second   street
and  Government  Road  and       Opera
[cum.
Boi No, 17-Corner Third street
u I Campbell avenue, Globe I,um-
cr company.
Box No.  18—C.P.R.  station.
Ilux No. 24—Corner Fifth street
nd McKenzie avenue. Catholic
h urch.
Box No. 25—Corner Sixth stieet
nd  Orton avenue,  W.  A.  Foote.
Boi No. 2C—Corner Fourth stroet
nd Towuky Btreet, corner south
rack.
Boi  No.  28   Corner  Hecoad    stre.it
ml  Robson  avenue,  Mm. Baker,
Boi No.  34-Fire Hall  No. 2.
Box   No.   35 -Hospital.
Boi Mo, n.   Bohool,
Klltli BRIOADB NO. ONE.
Boi  No. 44—Fire Hall  No.  1.
Box Nu. 45 Front street west.
ear 0,  I',  it-  bridge.
Boi No. 46—Corner King aud
lunula" ntreets,  PalaCI Meat Market.
Uoi No. 47 Corner Second and
Vales  streets,   hack  of  court house.
New Electrical Supply Store
Open August 16
Complete line of Electrical Goods, Fixtures,
Motors, Fans, etc. Electrical and mechanical
repairs undertaken at moderate prices. Estimates
given. All work under personal direction and
satisfaction guaranteed.
A. G. DUCK,   -   General Manager
Store and Office, Old llowson Block
Shaw's Sash and Door Factory
Manufacturers of Sash and Doors, Mouldings
and all kinds of Woodwork.
Get your Screen Doors and Windows made to
Order.
G. V. Shatv,   -    Proprietor
Photos! Photos! Photos!
Get your Photos at the TRUEMAN STUDIO and
be satisfied. ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
It will be your own fault if you accept anything
that does not fully please you.
Baby Photos a Specialty
Developing and Printing for Amateurs. Prices
Right.    See 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
Call anil sec tbeni.    l.ct us  give you the  reason
why they are the best that money ian buy.
Edison Phonographs - Victor Gramophones
ALL RECORDS OF THESE TWO MACHINES KEPT
Agent for Gourlay. Winter &Ijeeming's
Gherhard Heintzman, and other noted
makers of Canada's finest pianos.
cr.  JBTi<TGrTi.jLJba:
Boi No. 48—Oorner Third Mid
iii«B. itreet*, Oowu block.
hly-nal loi" (Tact I co--not Imi tt,aa
li   IC)  alow  stroke*.
r,ne ll; Indicates line broken or
re out.
Tn i,i''.r Tiu.c uufurnlahed room*,
with une "I both,—Apply P, 0, boi
8(1,  Itcvolntokr. H,
Knit SALH i,cm Oramapbone, iu
Bplendid condition with two dozen
recordt.     Uarnata at (22.00,
The Vancouver Daily Province
To September 23, Off^
1911, for ^vt
Wo will mail The Daily Province
till September 23 to any address
in Canada outside the city of Vancouver, for 25t*.
General Elections September 21
Take advantage of our Splendid News Service
nnd follow intelligently the moves of each party.
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the; mail-heeald, revelstoke
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
HAVE  INSTALLED  IN  THEIR   VAULT  A   NEST  OF
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
IF YOU HAVE ANY
TITLE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, INSURANCE POLICIES,1
OR OTHER VALUABLES
THEY SHOULD BE LODGED IN ONE OF THESE BOXES
171
FOR   FURTHER   INFORMATION  APPLY  TO
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH — F. Nl. GIBSON. MOR
MEN'S   AND   BOYS'   SHOES
The leather that jfoes into our shoes and the
men who make them can always be depended
upon. That's why our customers are always
satisfied.
Our harness is the very best. Dusters,
Whips, Trunks, Suit Cases. All leather goods
always in stock.   Call and see our goods.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED} 1855
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 SANKINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS    BANK   DEPARTMENT
At all Brnnohcs.    Interest allowed at highest current rate
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT Manager.
IT SURE IS HOT !!
But is always cool at thc greatest health resort on
the American Continent
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS SANITARIUM
The Ideal Place 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. Bovn. Manage
GET  -WISE!
Have the Best!     It Pays!
You can get the best of
Everything in the line of
SMOKERS' SUNDRIES
At the Reliable Headquarters
McKinnon's Cigar Store
t
ASK THE DRIVER
Evei■yl'iidy known him, he will
tell vnu that Ihe whiskeys we are
bi I1.uk are the best. Cull nnd lie
Convinced. No household should
he without ii supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; uur
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, giianintPBd
31) yeais old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of m1hiimi* Wines nnd Liquors of uli
kinds nre unexcelled. Sold Iiy all
the leading hotel*, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealer* In Pur* Wlno-s, Liquors, Cigar* and Cigarettes
The Coldstream Estate Nurseries
VERNON, B. C.
Have a very fine assortment of FRUIT TREFS
Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs
Budded   Stock   a   Specialty
All tre-vs ofterial for sale arc grown iii our own  Nurseries
on the Coldstream   Estate
V. D. Curry, Geo. Matheson,
General Agent, Local Agent.
Vernon, B, C, Revelstoke, B, C
FURNITURE
We Carry a complete stock of Furniture,
Carpets, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Etc. Get our
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
R. HOWSON & COMPANY
Revelstoke, b. c.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   »nd Improved.     First-Class in every respect.     All modern conveni nee
Large Sample Kooms.
Rat's 452.00 per day       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.
J.    ALBEBT     STOTSTH]      PROP
Lumh
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. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required inyour business.
Lump Coal
From the Pacific Coast
Two cars just arrived in Revelstoke,
First class for Stove or Furnace.
Orders promptly delivered.
Leave your orders with A. DAVIDSON'
or at the office of
W. B. ROBERTSON
Real Estate and Insurance
Corner McKenzie Ave. and 2nd St,
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
Galena Bay lands in parcels of
10 or 20 acres or en bloc. Correspondence invited.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
CEMENT BLOCKS
Maaafftotnivd for ah ciarim of  balldtufi
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE
FIRE GUY AND FIRE  BRICK.*
Fur utile In \htki or »mall ijritntitloN
at tbe lowest priced fur cii»h
All kinds.of building Htid plastering
undertaken
Foote & Pradolini,
REVELSTOKE
NOTICE
The annual meeting ofthe Revelstoke Hospital Society will be
held on Tuesday, August 15th,
1911, in the City Hall, Revelstoke,
at 8 p. m.
W. D. ARMSTRONG,
Secretary.
Revelstoke, B. C, July, 24, 1911.
WANTKli "General    Ulackemith,       at
one*.    Aj'i'l) Palace Liver/ Stublci
E.   G.    BURR'DQE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK   shop
Connaught Ave.   -   Revelstoke
"AT IT HERE SITICE 1900!'
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Residence Oor. Hid St. and Robson a ve !
Shop in Alley back of K. J. Bourne's    j
Store, l'irst Street
H. B. STONEX
Practical..
Machinist
Repairs of all   kinds   neatly (lone
Bicycle and (inn work a specialty
Estimates gfven on any class
of work
Front       Street.
UNION HOTEL
ARKOA'HKAl), B. C.
Special Attention given to commercial
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Perrona wishing their offices
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WORLD NEWS IN PARAGRAPH
A Symposium of What is Happening in
? All Parts of the World
S
A workmaa it J'.hnstuup ii'J been
cleaning a mot.ir Vien awe (e'.iol
not on to his clothing. A companion
lightci a macch f* r bin ciijdrptte,
when the flaiie came infj contact
with the cloth.ng, which canpbt fire.
Both men were severely hui'ned.
Germany bas landed marines at
Haiti, although the I'nited States
and the British commanders did not
think such a step necessary in their
cases.
Kir WiUrid Laurier will open bis
campaign at Simco?, Norfolk country
in ilie centre of what promises to be
a still lighting grouml.
Some small damage was done by
(Ire to tbe reconstruction work at
the provincial parliament buildings
at Toronto.
W..1. Bryan in a reply to Senator
Underwood substantially sticks to the
statements which were the basis ol
disagreement.
Howard   Henry,  a  Winnipeg  lad,  is
Thirty thousand New Testanints
are to l« presented '..*y tho Hope "rust
to the board scholl children ever
eight years of age a3 ~: memcnr.o of
the coronation and tie K.ng'i v.sit
to Kdmbupgh.
The iea<ling features at i!'itb(say
ibese line evenings nre the por^eo'if
Bunsets, the eitraordi'J ,.y clean ess
ol the Htminiphere making tbc C'owal
lulls look close at li.aud, aL'I tbe
l.'iigth ot the daylig it.     i-'irae Lights
nember of  thc  t'onnthian football   ll '""' h<*n  Possible to read  without
club,  whicli landed at Montreal,
Sir  William   McKeuzie expects
Street Oar  purchase  bylaw    will
ready when he reaches- Winnipeg.
The third measure of tarifl revision
since reciprocity, dealing with cotton
passed tlie United  States senate.
The Manotoba criMket club played a
drawn game with Alberta at the in-
terprovineial      tourney   at
Head.
artificial light up til a.nr il  j.m.
The French Government has decided to unite the colonies of Guada-
loupe and Martini<iue with one head,
and has created a gonernor-general-
ship of the Antilles, to which office
M. I'ascal Oeldldl, the Radical-
Socialist, will be appointed temporarily.
McCurdy, tho C adian aviator had
a narrow escape his machine falling
100 feet to the ground.
As a representative of the overseas
Indian dominions who enjoys a wide reputa-
I tion aa an eye specialist, Birmingham University has conferred its honorary degree upon Dr. K.A. Reeve, of
Toronto, formerly dean of the medical (acuity of Toronto University.
A large numlier of conventions to
select candidates have been called by
both political parties.
Rapid Oity defeated Neepawa in
bhe final gam.' of thc Northwestern
lacrosse league.
The man arrested for the hold-up at
f'ortuge la Prairie was identified by
his smile.
Dr. M.C. Clarke, a founder of the
Manitoba Hide association Is dead.
Recently aixty.J^eitb graiuers came
out on strike for six cents more per
hour, aud they got it.
Lord Inverclyde writes tbat he "il
still of opinion that one Britisher is
equal to two foreigners."
A demonstration under the auspices
of the West of Scotland Division of
the Independent Labor Party, attended by fully 5,000 people, was held at
the Memorial, Uothwcll,  Brig.
Several youths stole valuables fiom
a camp while tbe campers were in
bathing in Loch Lommond. As they
pulled away they were overtaken anl
made to deliver up the goods.
A pigeon race under the auspices ut
the Lunghoim Homing Society' was
llown from BtsSord recently. Tbe distance was Its miles, and tbe time
taken  by the winner ij  hours.
An action for the recovery of the
enormous sum of $40,000,000 will
shortly be brought against Henri
Menier, chocolate manufacturer of
Paris, by Tancrede Pangtieulo, who
is advocate tor Claimants, a family
named Lemieux, comprising 70 members all financially interested in actio*. The action centres round the
legal title erf ownership o( the Island
of Antii-osti, now said to be owjed
by Menier.
Hira Singh, a former Hindu iesi-
dent ot Vancouver, is asking the
court for an order to compel the immigration olticials to allow .is wife
and child to land. He bas just returned with them from Ind.a, wtier-i
he married a woman who was a
widow. The mother and cttili are
refused entry, not having come ' y
direct passage and did not posses.-i
J20O. His right for re-entry waJ uot
questioned.
A substantial increase is s.iovr in
tbe Victoria building permiU fol rhia
month, as far aB it bas gone, com
pared with thoee issued fo.- the same
period last year. For July last year
the value of buildings for which
permits were issued was J222.2'J0.
The vulue of buildings f.ir wbufi permits have tiecn given since the Lrs;
of July is already |292,i-J5, anl by
the end of the month the total is exacted to exceed $300,000.
iSdinhurgb is enjoying a little build
ing boom and many building permits are being issued dally. This is
giving  employment   to  practically   all' The Clyde output—23 vessels    of
tne   heretofore
builders.
Scottish  i-hipliuilders  launched  during  June   il   Vessel* of 54,417       tons.
52.-
idle carpenters    and \ 474 tons—is  the    hest    hut two      on
record  lor  the  mouth.        Tlie    Clyde
_,.     .,   . ,, Itot-al   lor   the   half   year—135     vessels
The Fishery  Board report  tbat   910     , „„..,„  , ._   '     .   ^ ,   .
>•' .tuu.sbu tons—is the hest hut    one
• •ii  record,    being   exewded only    by,
the tirtt bull year of 1S06,    in  which
tb« Lusituma   was  launched,
was a productive yen f.,r tbe h-h.-r
ies ol Scotland. The quantity ol lii.li
landed amounted to 1,709,6m cwt..
and was ol the value o( $15,501 ,'J35.
A labour at Green,,ck wan cnga-; d
stowing away Iron plate*, nheii tl.e
cant hook ol the aling slipped ,.r.d
three ol the plates were tilted on to
bis breast and head, crushing l,,m beneath them.  Death iras instant.in-ins
The Wells ,,' Weary ami J*m lie
Deans Cottage were am* a.; tbe
points ol Interest .ncluded in the riding ,tt the marches •'( tic.iywooJ   on
tlie 5th ms'. Tbc 11 1 • t lutt at up
per later on to refic-.li thcm-el.. „■
ter tbc fatigues of  , :ie   I .y.
I'll, ie   let in    tO   lie a  J.l I   '.l'i
iii tiie Puritanic spirit -I tb.-
ni i a
Ari .in
A geological survey report just ls-
- :.*<l ,,m the Itog Horn cool basin in
Alberta estimates that there are •&,-
600,000,000 tons of workable coal in
a s.iiirle ,nea .if about seven squar..
in,les The Big Horn basin is about
18 nubs north west ol Hand, 140
miles s.Mith ,,i  tin   Grand Trunk    P»-
eiiic ai.d Comedian Northern raiiioada
surveyed  mutes.
Lord Provost Drown, Bdinburgh,
bus iBsued au appeal lor subscriptions towards the Scottish National
Memorial t.i Ring Kdward. The differences that emerged at thu commencement  of tin  project are at    an
[slanders, ,\ motor  .oa no* piles le  ''"','  ""'' [U,'"! '" uow ^i* t,1,a the
ol  th*  nay* on the Si Ujsl . I .>.    ""•"'"""I *dl I* worthy ol the     late
The ihIhii 'ms still rei i „• t .
paynienl (or HUntlaf I in.Ik
Monday  dawm.
I   cepl
int.-ii i* eicll • ,i prevail -i tin-
county ,4 Slltltel l.lll I I V*l t ,. -!n ,,,
until ,uio .in, i,t ib t . • 'an .e-n.-il* !. ;
tbe gold inns ii -i.c .'.rati .! K
■Ipmui ibis yeai o 10* all b t r ,.n-
pleted, and Sill lx i iiim- eel al.out
the   Istli of Ju K
The annual report ol the Prison
Commissioners foi Bcotlini stnt>s
that tlie number of commitments during the past fi ni.     eluding | neons
BOiitenceil to terms ol penal i<rv><ude
again   shown   a   large   deereas. .
Hi.I'i,  compiir.il   wi !i   J1.190  l'i    the
previous year.
md irorth} ol Hcotlaod.
• u.ei Dogtaner   a. d. Mcudinn, ol
the stenmlwi-ltr llatiilin, irf Vnncou-
*• mi, Fiirmaii VS. (iregg and Deck
hand H J WtMtU were drowned
In the nit,i Krnner Klver on Tuesday afternoon of la*t week while running a cable ut Bmory War. The Ham
I n wh,eb ig operated by Ureer, Coyle
ft Compauy, left Hope on Monday
.'i. moot, for Vaie and the accident
oc. urred  on Tuesday.
Seven  yiiim dr bigamy .ml      four
yenr* foi   mud    wr*'   o,.  lenteneei
IWHscd  in      London  00    George      W.,
LUold,  win, wn. found guilty hi   lhn 22^ T '""I""ll^ ibt mm    "»
STniKKHIlKAKICHS INJURKD
Dee Moines. Ia., Aug. 5.—Nearly a
hundred strikebreakers who hud lioanl
••■I Chicago and tireat Western train
No I, bound for Chnago tirtilght were
attacki-.l by riotous union sympnthu
Roekl an<l brlrkn were u»ed for
U   in I  ■ very  window    In      tbe
shattered. Heveral strikebreakers
| were r»porte.| Injured, but this could
1 not be verified.
misit  hciirtlcM blgnmy.   It w*s |riv-
wl  be married  Heveral   Women,      ob-
Uitnd all tbelr money, ami then left
them.     At  thc    prisoner's    lodgings
were found 27U0 letter* from dlfTirent I    BOOM pereoni do a kind ami geoer-
women.  in  most oi which  -urns      OfjOU*   leei.    tb.n    *ap nil  the    virtue
(Honey  were meniloned    Actually   he  from It hy telling everybody     about
bud received JLJbS from these woveD.ilt.
h WEDNESDAY,
THE  ™ * TT.-TTEBALD, HEVELSTOKE
BIG POULTRY FARM
Nelson Ranch Going Into the
Business on large Scale
Nelson, Aug. .".—Within a few weeks
there will Ive 8,000 head of poultry at
Russel & Co.'s ranch at '.'-Mile point
on the West  Arm. according to P. .1.
Gleazer, a prominent member     of   a
in | new  company  which  hns  hcen  formed
who, to  to operate  the  largest  poultry  farm
.,;.  pl *.ii     "sent   in the Interior of the province.
.  as  ,i direct      Already   incubators  with u  capacity
CM DA AND IHE DUKE
ftps Dean Cameron Says Canada
is loyal to Empire
;.. * D ke an 1 Dud
i .:•...*•—  '.    toria    Patt Icia,    the
Landgrave  ol Hesse,  Pn
Ducte.-s ■•:   Argyll, ..;.. the Duke   ol
Argyll,   itt •* . tun  given     at
the Imperial  Inst   I yesterday  by
M.i**? Agi   -   Deal -     imei ■'•'■
use ber i wo
to thi
ner of Main and Harris streets. Tho
dead man is Borneo Rosco, Italian,
address unknown. The wounded man
is Antonio MorpetB. lie is in ' the
hospital with a bullet through
neck, from front to rear, and
ilie.
KILLS   MANY.
his
may
Berlin, Aug. 5.— over a thousand
deaths have occurred here from sunstroke during the ben days of heat
wave, as well as many more from
heart failure during bathing and some
others from gastritis and typhus,
caused by lack of  water.
FOR SALE
BIG STRIKE DE PLATINUM
[Metals of Great Value Discovered Near Nelson
oi
of 3,000  eggs have been installed nnd
the   lirst   hatch  saw   thc  light  of  day
representative
Qwda for th e ol  giving   a j.« ■*•-<■ - -   ^    ^  lg a      larg<J
series    (talk thai  the uo-               hoMe ,i„ M in length and
the,  Land and the Dom.mon ma5 he- broodj*   ^ ^ m     {Mt     in
LOGGER SUICIDES.
Vancouver, Aug. 5.—Robert Walker
u logger 'from Seattle, committed suicide at the Dominion hotel last night
hy drinking carbolic acid. Walker and
a friend of his, Jones Btirch, arrived
in the city from Seattle a lew days
ago.
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.
*: ■ iown to each oi bet.
Lot d St *    High
er for i and
*.   .   ■;*,*   l'*,u
.. ■ tht    I*.,.     * mm       de
Ki iir Will am VI    ent, tbe lion
M: - n  ...   Maud  Paunce-   Intention   io
: •     • !.::;•:    Agent Gen-   ■  wis at the ranch continually.
Pi  lessor     So far  the company  has  Imported I
l>    st Lugard, Mr.      Ward  -•"u0  pedigree  white Plymouth Rocks I
Co •■    i   . Miss Marj  Williams. | from Fi-sberton's farm in Indiana, the'
*:. •■*        ..:.*        ,    itive   ol  largenl   In  the world nnd  1,000  prlsse
Bt ■ ilumbia and has been furth-  bred Ancongs '     ' "•--
length w ill lie ei iti'd to house
thousands of chickens from the incu-
ators. Kitty brooders with a capacity ol 5,000 chick ns air partly tilled
with last week's hatch and it is the
maintain   about   8,000
norance
, vate or
.m..,..,,,„ ^^^^^^^^ poultry
er S  rth  than   my  other  Engltshwo-
mai , - . i been aske I wheth
, ...   t.i blnglao ** and
:.-■   rei  s ■   *  *    : i *.. is    loyal
tnplre. Lei   Kngland
at s loyal    to
t:.v Empirs      (Hear, bear.;     lu this   -■  ■ 	
,   . -  .                     beard  thi   phrase ■-1-"s and poultry which tbe company
. .       *•:   the  Empire";   hut'  '"  '""'"   *»l«*mdv   licen       ob-
  from     Ai
farm at  Hraiitlord, Ont.
The farm at 9-Milo consists ol 1 Tli
aires on the lake front and the buildings are located right on the railway
track.
Later   tbe  company   proposes  to  co
lor  ducks.   Contracts for  all    the
» i
In the i  ly who used it
serf   .- • * '*-■•• red      dis
loyal.   'Heat        -   *   Those  who  felt
il   'bey called the  Mn
encania ition  of  Canada  did  not   re
the pride ol the Canadian     in
■    the greatest *•! Empires,
bave noth
ing ■    gali        joining the  Republic,
which Canada .wis destined to     but
I*.-.-,- in wealth and population as she
* ■    ■    ■■■*:: ieory.  i Che irs, i
Miss Cameri n went on to describe bhe
intages   *: ' anada, and especially
uf Bi tish     >l imbia, Ioi  • migranta.
Lord Sti ithcoua thanked  the  Roj
al visit  rs lot   theii  attendance.     nf
the five years spent  In the Dominion
by  the  Duke and  Duchess ol  Argyll,
l  . ,.., happy  recollection,
and when it was a a .:.. ■■ I that the
Duke ar,.: Duchess ol Connaugirt were
to t t the K.a*.' in i'.mad.i     a
t"n it wa rath isiasm ran through
that country, His Royal Highness
was no strangei t*> tbe Dominion. As
Prince Arthui I tere in  1863,
and 187 ■• -i.n, l the affect-
ite respect ol the people.     Alter-
wards, wl ed through     the
::try With the Duchess,  he was re
.- * • nd. nml now tlle
people of tbt Dot for
ward with gratitude and pleasure to
the ;>:■ sped I seeing his Royal High
ness ..- Govern i General, with the
Due- ... stent.
a Morning Post.
Can   supply   have   already   been
t.lined.
PLENTY Of NICOlft COUL
Company Arranging to Handle
Season's Demands
Mr. P. McOarty has received word
;i oiu the Nicola Valley Coal it Coke
i ompany that Uritish Columbia Will
m well looked after this winter de.
Bpite tin* strike in the Fernie region,
in a letter Irom tbe company, an
excerpt reads:
"With regard to thc outlook of
( iai tor tbe winter, wc aro Installing
a new wasbery and screening plant
at the collieries immediately, winch
Will he in operation hy the lirst of
October, when we shall be in a bettor position than ever (o handle the
lomestic trade."
A representative of the Company
v.ill l>e iu i •« nit; shortly to make
arrangements w»*h Mr. McOarty foi
the winter's supply lor Revelstoke.
There are a large numlier ol users
oi this coal in Mm city and the need
id extolling its merits as a tirst-clas
fuel is unnecessary, ('all on Mr. Mc
t'arty early and make arrangement!
•or a supply. 4t.
Nelson, Aug. 5.—Not for many years
has there been so much excitement in
the  Kootenays over a milling  discov- ;
,   ,ery as that  whieh has followed   thei
the I announcement by Mr.A.Gordon French I
that     platinum    and     otlu'r  valuable
nu'tuls of the same group     had l>een
found  in paying quantities     at   the
ilraaili' Tool-man      mine.      For      the
past  month a few Nelson men     who
heard  of    the    discovery    have   been
staking all the available ground  ly -
inn   in   the   vicinity   of   lhe   dyke       in
whieh  the ehitd  values arc found and
whieh  extends for  many  miles  in the
direction  ol     Eagle and     Forty-nine
creeks.  Many scores of claims     have
been recorded at bhe government oili-
ces.   At present there is hardly a loot
of unslaked ground in the     territory
supposed to he traversed by the dyke
which bas been proved, to contain
va'i quantities of high-priced metals.
Samples wore sent for assays to
Butte and Ottawa in order to    make
absolutely sure that no mietake had[ Man wishes work with survey or
been made ns to the existence of the | cruUing party or wouM clsan hlIKi
group of live metals, platinum, irtd- by day or contract. Three ycars
urn, palladium, rhodium and osmium \ expeI.lcnce on BUrveys jn Kootenays,
The result was that answers came giv | two years clenring la.n.d [or big real.
ing returns which especially, consi'd-1 ty firms- AtUll.C8a oriental hotel,
ering bhe low cost of mining ore, Advertiser,
trom dyke and the cost of treating it
make the operation of the properties  TO   LET—Furnished Rooms.     Apply
n whieh the minerals exist nmaz-     to W. F. Westaway, Second streot,
profitable. fourth house from school. 2t.
Mrs. G. H. BROCK
Coiner McKenvie Avenue and 4th St.
THF.  PHILOSOPHY  OF  LIFE.
It may he wisdom to toady to ig-
but that policy cannot ele -
edify anyone.
Knocking is a mental disease soon
detected in a short talk with those
thus afflicted. F.nvy and jealousy
supply the motive power for the little hammerers.
j Negleet of religious worship Is a
long step toward infidelity and heath!
' enism.
The hatchet and the hammer are
the tools of depraved mankind*—bury
them,
Tlie
merely
'next.'
generosity  of      some  persons
consists of passing the hat to
lip. i
i i;i iwi -   ,. in * ro circus.
This
Little
Crank
In Your Kitchen
Saves 20% on Coal
It is a wonderful patent device, the Oxford Economizer, and is licensed
for use only on
r.    STOVES
and RANGES
Clean Ik!
Get your Milkman to produce a Government Certificate like the following:
No. 1930
Contagious Disease (Animal) Act
Grade B. Certificate
This is to certify that I
have inspected the premises
and herd   of  T.   Lewis, of
Revelstoke.     The premises
do not strictly conform to the
condition   set  forth in  the
' standard,' and the herd has
been tested for tuberculosis
once a  year  and has been
found free from that disease.
Remarks :   Cows  are  in
good shape and milk handled
in a sanitary manner.
(Signed)     Dr. B. R. ILSLEY,
July 3rd, 1911*        Inspector.
Note :—The only fault with
the premises is that while
the "standard" calls for
800 cubic feet of space for
each animal, whereas our
stable only contains a little
over 700 cubic feet for
each animal.
UNDER   ENTIRELY
NEW  MANAGEMENT
St. Leon
Hot Springs
Hotel
Hot mineral baths especially recoiu-
memleil lor invalids and those in need of
louiug up.
Exclusive bath19 provided for ladies. 26
Private Rooms handsomely lilted up,
Rates $1.50 to $2 per dav, or $10 per
week.
H     COUSINS,   PROP.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 9, 1911
  i n .
KOOTENAY     LODGE,  No. ;5 A. F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings arc held In MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
on the Third Monday ln each month
at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren nro
cordially welcome.
ROBT.  GORDON, W. M.
W. B. ROBERTSON, Secretary.
F.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Ihe Dominion Elections
will soon be on
so also will be
The Shooting Season
Game Heads Mounted by
TAXIDERMIST EDWARDS
P   O   Box 31 I
REVELSTOKE, - B. C.
SELKIRK     LODGE 12,  1. O.  O.
Meets every     Thursday evening   in
Selkirk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
J.   S.  HOOLEY,  N.  G.
JAS.  MATHIE,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.     BEGBIE,   No. 3461.
OF 1. O. F.
Meets in I. O, O. F. Hall next to
Tapping's Opera House every second
and fourth Monday in month. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
G. W. BELL, C. K.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
GOLD KANGE LODGE,      K.  of    P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE,  B.  O.
MeetB every  Wednesday except   th**
Third Wednesday of each montb     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are cordially invited.
J. Y.  SIMPSON, C. O.
G. H. BROCK, K. of R. & S.
M. of F.
Fruit and Vegetable
Boxes and Crates
Our Box Factory is DOW tunning and
we arc in a position to supply all kinds
of fruit and vegetable boxes and crates.
Those who have not already sent ua
their orders should do sc at once aa thoy
are coming ill fast, and we would like to
deliver all orders in good time' Our
boxes are equal to any on the market
ami prices can be had on application to
S. McMahon, Kevelstoke, or to
THE KERHflOHAN LUMBER COMPANY, LTD.
Salmon Arm, B. C.
O. W. O. W.
Mountain View Camp, No, 229.
Meets Second    and     Fourth Wednesdays    in each month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen are
cordially Invited to attend
H. W. EDWARDS, Com. Com.
JAMES  McINTYRE,   Olerk.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.
Imperial Bauk Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loun.
Offices—Rovelstoke,    B.   0.,     and
Cranbrook, B. C.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey,
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
people     arc
going to  > •*
ilit to tbe R
•   •       ml)       purl       _■       thia
paring
to handle t from
:      •*     ill   Iti)
■ • *  since     they
try.     It  '■'•-■* I
en New Yorl
gan,
I
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the bad ward *'
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VOTERS LISTS FOR 11. C.
Vancouver,  Aug. 5.—The report  re
coived  in tint) city     trom
that    Tin'    Dominion government  in
tended to prepare new voters' lists in
Uritish Columbia he with
.i.n  foundation.     According  to     in
yesterday,    no cotnpl
:* •■!! made tii.it tbe list
Mi i'.i ide gooerument are
; ban fair ,iu>l correct.     Witl
,'.,r,l i.i  Manitoba  It
'
• :it will pn ■
: i     iln* ci Winnipeg
in J i* the Pi   . ■
ernment    lu*    not I
.-*. ttbln twelve months nf the d,
ffllRHEY-OXFDRB
,1     Wl iti
.• meral elect
inr
This marvellous regulator keeps the oven at a Riven temperature. Ko
heat is waited—nothing ;;.,< ; up the flu • hut bad odors, steam and smoke.
1 he lire is held for h nirs without ati.*.ition—ready for immediate use—
and all this labor, tim • and fuel saved by simply turning the crank.
With th • Divided Oven Flu-3 Strip y ,*.i have even baking, because of
t feet distribution ol     .it. secured by this expert arrjng.'ment.
Th   ReveriibleCrnte
:   '.vith strong,
Interlocking teeth that reduce coals to ashes by
tn appearance, in d' tails * I
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a necessity in any kitchen.
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quarts for $1; Hotels 25 cents
psr gallon.
THOS. LEWIS.
NOTICK OK BALIFF'S BALE.
UK'S   u.WA-i 3  WELCOME
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Warrant to me directed by A. V. D.
liiice, I hnve seized and will sell at
Public Auction ut the Premises known
as Lot 11, Block 9, Revelstoke, (tm-
ing the premises occupied hy I.. P.
LeBeau) <m Thursday, the loth day
ol August, 1911, at 2 p.m., tho tools
and  implements  uf  trade,    stock    of
ilacksmith aad wheelwright supplies,
ni.w  on  the  said  premises to satisfy
.[ Mhum  for rent of saiil premises.
Dated August 5th, 1911,
W.   .1.  LAW,
Bailifl lo A.F.D. Lace.
DEPARTMENT OF WORKS
OOLUMBIA   DISTRICT
HIGHWAY      BRIDGE,      COLUMBIA
RIVER,   SP1LLIMACHENE,  B.C.
GALENA P. O.
In the Matter of Oha] ter 115  "Navigable Watei s pro lection Act,"
R. S. C, PJUG.
NOTICK is hereby given that drawings and description ot the site of a
proposed bridge over the Columbia
River, at Galena liny, U. C, bave
heen deposited with the Minister of
Public Works, Ottawa, and duplicates
thereof with the Registrar of Deeds,
at Nelson, B. C, and that, thirty
days after date, the Hon. the Minister of Public Works in the Government of British ('olumbia will apply
to the Governor-General in Council
for approval thereof.
J.  K.  GRIFFITH,
Public. Works K.nninocr.
Department of Public Wi.rks,
Victoria, July 2lBt. mil   Ag.20,
ROBERT SMITH,*
Provlnolal Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE AVE.,
BOX   IW,   REVELBTOKE.
NOTIOE.
Certificate of Improvement.
Wnkeiielil, Helen, Colorado, Del
Norte, Del Rcy, Saa Juan, Delta,
aud Marguerite Mineral Claims, situate iu Uie Lardeau Mining Division
o! West Kootenay i>iBtrict. Where
located:—on Mohawk  Creek.
Take Notice that I, A. H. Green,
acting au agent for John R. Mniy,
.Special Free Miner's CerOilicato No.
>lu, lateud, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder tor Ccrtiticales of Improve
meuts, for tbe purpose of obtaining
Grown Grants of tie above claims.
And further take notice tbat action
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certilicate
of Improvements.
Dated this 2hth day ot October, A.
D.. 1910.
A. H. GREEN.
Lawrence Hardware Company, Lid.
tered Pedigreed Collies, I have
for sale two males and two females
two months old. Particulars on
application.—F. N. Roberts, Arrowhead.  B. O,
FOR BALE—Blx Dairy Cows, also 1
thoroughbred boar three months old
Apply  Mrs.  I..  Martin,  Sicamous,
11.  0.
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Rebate on Taxes For 1911
.    A discount nl twenty per cent, will
I be allowed  upon tbu     (leneral     und
Bohool   Elate  lor  current  year,  upon
all Taxes  paid on or before  September 20th prox,
Ily Order,
BRUOH  A. LAWSON,
Aim.2, Bopt. 20 City Clerk
Water Notice
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MOONEY
X'i               * Lot* of leisuro in I hi  homi.
MOONEY'S   BISCUITS arc so frcnl n appi-liting that
*■ hou *:.'!   of Western
peoplo.   Auk for
MOONEY'S PERFECTION
SODA BISCUITS
in air tight, elu i proof and damp proof packagea
- or in. i alnd I i  pri for them,
Mado in lho Big Saniturj I uctory in Winnipeg)
I, II. 0. Wallls, of Arrowhead,
druggist, give notice that on the
28th day ol August, I intend to apply t.n the Watei Commissioner, at
• his ottlre in RevelMtokii, fur a llMose
to tnke .-1n.l use 40 Indies uf water
from DuviH Creek in Kunteniiy 1Mb -
trict, The water Is to lie taken from
the Bream about one hundred feet
above, and Is to he used iiii land
owned by applicant fur Irrigation
nml domestic pui poses.
II.   0.  Wallls.
160 mow a nn.
I   will   pay   the  above   reward       to
, any person or persons who will give
in.  Information tbat will lead to the
ii  nlu.n   of  the  party  or      patties
who  on      Monday   nli-lit   last  rohlied
my hencoop of a number ol my l»e»t
birds.
JOHN BHAW.
i.i ist  im Tuesday tvMtog, t stick
pin,     wishbone of pcurls with dtu-
'   nioiul in centre.—A. Connolly*
NOTICE.
Kevelstoke Land District
District ot West Kootenay
TAKE NOTICE tlmt' I, Samuel W.
Kalstonol Harrisonburg, Virginia, occupation Photographer, intends to apply
u»r permission to purchase the following
described lunds:—
Commencing at a \x»i planted adjacent to the southwest corner of Lot N148'.
theme north SU cbuins; west 40 chains,
south su chains;aeast 4u chains to point
ol commencement and containing 3*0
acres more or less.
SAMUEL W, RALSTON.
Janus l'lsbet Agent.
| [Dated June Uth, 1911.
NOTIOE.
Hevelstoke  l.und  District.
District irf West Kootenay.
Take notlcs that I, Harry John -
stou, of Arrowheud, 11. C, occupa -
tion Merchant, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following
described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
about  three  hundred  yards  south  -of
Creek on sand point about two miles
north of Cape Horn on Upper Arrow
Lake, running twenty chains north,
thenoe eighty chains enst, tbence
twenty chains south, thence eighty
chin ns wesl along the lake shore to
point ol commencement and containing one hundred and sixty acres more
or less.
Dated  July  10th,  1911.
HAltHY  JOHNSTON.
NOTIOE
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tnke notice that I, Josiah Hack,
of Hevelstoke, B. C, occupation hair
drcsBcr, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the following described  lunds.
i'■•innil-Hi*iue ut it post planted at
about the south-east corner of Harry
.11,hnn!ihi'h application to purcbase,
and running north forty cbains,
thence cast sixty obains, thence south
forty chains, thenee west sixty chains
along the l.nke shore to point of
commencement and containing throe
hundred and twenty acres more or
less.
Dated July 17th, PHI.
J0BIAH HACK,
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I'HE: 3yC^.irj-Et:EE,JLIL.I3,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, WU
See special window displays.
Revelstoke's Deportment Store
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.
MEN'S FALL SUITS
Our new Fall Suits have just arrived,
and we can assure you that nothing to
equal them has ever been shown in the
city.
Snappy, clean cut, tweed suits; suits
that will become the wearer and are the
height of style.   No fancy flaps or lapels,
Blacks, tans, patent leathers, and ox-
bloods, are all here, and they all must go
at the one price. Sale commences on
Thursday morning and lasts until Saturday
night.   See our McKenzie Avenue window
Price $2.35 per pair
Please do not ask to have these shoes sent
out on approval as we will be compelled
to refuse.
Men's Fall Overcoats
Overcoats for Fall; the new patterns,
the new styles, the new colorings, we
have them all. The short dressy black
vicuna, with silk facings; the long rain
coat; the heavy ulster; the Chesterfield.
All bear the famous 20th Century label.
Prices $18 to $27.50
no extreme lengths. They are made for
the man of taste who knows the styles of
to-day. All finished in the perfect manner in which only 20th Century Brand
garments show. Grays, browns, stripes.
Worsted suits in both hard and soft finish.
Prices $18 to $34
X 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—$8 to 110.60
"     9 x 9-411 to 16.00
"   9x10.6—$12 to 18.00
"    9x12—$20 and 21.00
"    10.6x12—125.00
These  Squares   are   splendid  value.
Tor balance of July we are offering
10 per cent off for Cash
Bimgalo and Cable Nets
Our range of them) heavy nets is complete with the new small patterns now
in vogue, as well as the line allover
styles. We are showing these in
White, Ivory, Ecru and Arab shades
46 to f)0 inches wide.   Price
20c. to $1 per yard
Pro Brussels Rugs
These are the newest anil most popular Rugs for Bed room, Dining room or
Library, now on the market. The
strongest point in their favor is tlie
value. They are made to stand extra
hard wear, easily cleaned, have neat
artistic designs, and the price is remarkably low.
Size 9x9—$14.00
"    9x10.6—$16
"    9x12—$17 60
"   7.6x9—$9 50
10 per cent off for Cash during
balance ol July
Linoleum and Floor
Oilcloth
Our stock of Floor Coverings are all
heavy Scotch manufacture, the best
procurable. A choice range of patterns
in printed and inlaid goods. 8, 11, 9,
and 12 feet wide.
Get Them at Hume's
New Ribbons
Just in from France and Switzerland. 5 inch Dresden and 5 inch
Shepherd's check, in black and white
all sizes check. The most fashionable
ribbons
45c. per yard
Automobile Veils
New, all colors, some of those
new long ones with heavy tassels on
the ends
$1.25 to $5
FRIDAY BARGAINS
3 Only Hammocks
Good strong cord weave, with spread
rod and pillow stuffed with sea grass.
They are $2 hammocks, get one Friday for
$1.00
White Wear Goods
A shipment of English madapo-
lains, long cloths, cambrics, soft
mulls, linens, etc, the finest white
material shown for ladies undermus-
lins, lingerie, etc.
15c. to 50c.
Wash Goods
Another lot of wash goods for Friday.
Every Friday this spring and summer
those wanting them have been able to get
a good bargain in wash goods. Come this
Friday, 1000 yards at
15c.
Pillow Slips
Hemstitched,  40,  42,  44, 46 in.
wide, fine heavy cambric, pure white
Each 25c.
White Nightgowns
If you need a nice white night gown
or white underskirt, come Friday. A lot
of really choice ones go on sale at about
one-half their usual price. They are all
nice new fresh goods, nicely made and
trimmed, all one piece
$1.75
Sheets
Hemstitched, full 72x90 inches,
plain or twilled,  extra heavy, pure
white beetle finished, at each
$1.25
Towelling
Heavy  colored  Turkish    roller
towelling,  fancy  stripes,  only 15c.
Children's Wash Dresses
A clean up of these dresses, fit children 1 to 4 years—prints, ginghams, muslins, percales, etc., a whole bunch spread
out on a table for your choosing, each
75c.
Spool Cotton
As usual Friday Bargain Spool Cotton
40c. a dozen or
3 Spools for 10c.
X High Class Groceries jC
Summer Drinks
The ht»t weather season makes us dry
and thirsty. Let uh talk of a beverage
that will quench our thirst and make
us think that after all il is not so hot.
Monserat nnd Nabob l.ime Juice will
do you justice. It is as desirable to
bave in your home, as money in your
pass book. The more you lean on
their virtues, the pleaBanter 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
us for a bottle of Hurlington Tomato
Catsup. Vou may look at the prices
quoted in catalogues from all the different cities, but for a real good snap in
Catsup wo aro on the top. Hurlington
lirand for one week only at tho very
Bmall price of 15c. per bottle.
Just One Week at 15c. per bottle
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 ua 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 oentl a package of Quick
Tapioca, Custard, or Chocolate. You
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. The virtue of
absolute cleanliness is firmly linked to
that of evenness of quality in our
Quick Pudding.
Only 15 cents
Hume's for Choice Groceries
Get Hume's Prices on Groceries
I
r WEDNESDAY,  AUGUST 9.  1911
THE, M.'v.IL-HEBALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1911
REID & YOUNG
10 Pieces of Gingham on Sale
Ladies' Parasols, 20 in lot,
Sale Price - 10c
CO
YourjChoice for $1.00
10 Pieces Best English Prints
CJ9
Ladies' and Children's trimmed hats,
Sale Price —10c
Ladies' House Blouses
CLEMHH
At Your Own Price
Boots and Shoes, odd lots.   Regular
On Sale at 50c
$4.00 and $4.50—Sale Price, $2.00
Ladies' .Muslin 1-Piece Dresses
Sale Price $3.00
STOCK
Men's Print Shirts
On Sale at 75c. Each
Ladies' White Duck Skirts
On Sale at $1.65
cs
.Men's Fancy Worsted Suits, grand
value at $20.00
Sale Price, $12.00
'The     Talc nf Twn Cities,'
the
REID & YOUNG
great drama of the French Revolution, made famous by the Immortal
pen <>f ('has. Dickens, will be the nt-
tructlon at the Kdison theatre tomorrow night. Don't miss this. No '
advance In price.
Mr. W, ,\1. Lawrence returned yesterday from a several weeks visit
with friends in Winnipeg, Onlgary,
,iii*l Edmonton. Mr. Lawrence reports
the crops in the prairie provinces as
"never looking better." Good hot
weather is needed to bring them to
perfection and to permit of harvest-
nig them tn good condition.
As the result a! being kicked Iiy
the delivery horse belonging to the
Hobson grocery, Willie Little suffered a severe, gash nn the leg, rc:|ilir -
ing tlie attention of a physician and
the application of live stitches. A
holt dropped out of the shaft while
the boywaa out filling on the wagon
and   Ihe   horse   heenme   fractious.
The infant child of Mr. Crowe, liv-
m*' near thc Dig Kddy, narrowly escaped  a  tragic     death  on      Monday,
when   Ihe  littll    was  found  in  Ihe
possession ol a bottle containing several ounces of carbolic acid whieh it
had completely emptied, fortunately
tlie liquid was spilled on the ground,
hnl the child had extracted the cork
from thc bottle an,I when discovered
was busily engaged sucking it. Dr.
McLean was hastily summoned, hut
the child was found to be BUflerlng
from nothing more than a few burns
on the lips.
NOTICE !
Cash   Outfitters   lor   Men
Who Know
I have moved my stork into the
New Howson Hlock, one door south
of thc Hank of Commoroe, and am
ailing up with new und desirable
goods [ot* men on n strictly cash nml
one price system, under the management of Paul Sampson, who hns looked alter the interest of the house anu
gained the confidence of our patrons.
Men who know good values and can
appreciate the cash principal are invited to try our store and I nm sure
they will receive the best attention
possible. Try Hell's Dr. Reed's Cushion and Ill's. Special shoes, ihey sell
for $6 and $6.60.
JOHN   HULL,
llowson  Hlock Hevelstoke.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Mr.   H.  N.  Coursier has    returned
trom  Kamloops,  ami with his family
:.   ',!   :. lay   :.•   took   a   irip  down   tb ■
*  takes.
There  will  t>e *;7  fans held  in  II.c.
during  August,   September an.l 0 i**
■i II  be  in (Ire* n
.*.  **:  from i ictober :i to 5.
Mr    V. H.  Pratt and family,    and |
Mr.  B.   R.  Atkins and  family  return-
Monday from an extended holi-
laj  at Trout Lake and through    the]
\: rom   I. ikes district.
i
Remember the date of S.I.. TaUbe's
*   ■      !.     tlsti kc   and   if your ey.s
trouble    you In anytway, be sine ti
- :lt lum at  Diamond  Hall,    Ltd.
on     Tb ireday   Friday and Saturday
\ ig    '.  17,  l> and 19.
: cent, of all bead
ache- are tbe result of eye Btraln, An
.. le I th ,t  way?     If so, con
suit s.  L. Taabe (ol tbe Taube Opt!
cal  ('•      Calgary j   who  will  be      at
■    i, I      Hall,   Ltd., on    Thursday.I
ty   and   Saturday,   August   17.   Is'
WARM WEATHER SUGGESTIONS
Why suffer with the heat (luring the warm weather
doing your own baking when we will deliver to you
every (lav l'resb Bread, (."ake*. and I'astfy of all kinds
and as quality is our motto, we (eel sure a trial
order will mean a steady customer.
FRESH FRUITS AND VECETABLES at riving daily, l'resb
Lettuce, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Green Onions,
Strawberries, Cherries, Cocoanuts, Pineapples,
(Manges, Lemons, ('.tape Fruit, Bananas. As we
buy these ill small quantities you will always find
them fresh and good.
A.  HOBSON,      Baker and Grocer.
FOR   SALE
i'.U acres first class land close to city, suitable
for either fruit or mixed farming. Will sell in
lots from 5 acres up, $S5 an acre. Easy terms.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES  LIMITED
\::      |   •   ■    *     tors to   Halcyon and
past week from    Revi l
b Mi    ind Mrs, Robert How
-   r,     *  :   M M Myrtle,      Mr.  and Mrs.
A.   E    KiOl   I :.   Mr.  and   Mrs.   W.    A.'
I  Mis    I!.   .-*;:.irehriggs
and (anil;; Mr. a:.d Mrs. Robt. Gol
don ■   Mr. Guy Barbel. Mi.
K.  C.  From y. T. H. Wadman     and
E. K* McLean
\:.    extra I  •   i ittawa  U .
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ten .-.n;  coins.        The
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end, Mi    .-am    Hunter
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Mr.   S    A.   Muinh   and   wife       bave
been   In   the  eity   for  a few   days.
Fred     I less     ol Calgary, is In the
eity on business.
Senatoi   lk.-t.x-k      passed    through
th«  City  on  bis way   west   yesterday.
Robt.   Smith spent  Sunday at    St.
Leon.
Get   your entries  ready  toi   the  f ill
fair  on   September   11   and   12,
Miss  Myrtle Ontbels  spent   Sunday
and  Monday  at  St.   Leon.
Dr.   O.K.   E istw I,   iA   KMmonti u,
is spending bis holidays  in the    city
visiting nds.
!•'.   Hodges,  ol   Vancouver,   din
of  the   Dominion   Sawmills   i l
in the city,
Mr, and Mrs   c   ,1     Vmai
tly left for Vici
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its will he ot
in,,i ning at     Mai I
lor the engagemei e Flower
tbe  Kaie I t 21,
Vim.   I',.;.
the citj
The  man]
.  nei will bi
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The   ;-
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Mr. II. Mo,,re, 0( the Molsons
Hank, left last night for a couple of
weeks holidays to his home in Calgary.
The typhoid fever which was so prevalent in the hospital has heen rapid
ly abating and no new eases arc
coming in.
Mi-   Henley   will demonstrate Ridg
flee at om  store on
Friday,      Sniturd ij   and    Monday.  —
Bourne Br
\ nn
ol   th*    \.-: cultural   Societj    will
held  .a  the  city   hall
Mr    V. K. Ha; * m
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Bungalow to rent on Fifth street.—
Apply W. H. Robertson,
Bees for sale—two colonies for $25.
Mrs.   Geo.  Laforme,   phone 220.
Sevetrfroomed bouse io let on First
street,  $15 per month.—Apply \V.  13.
Robertson.
COMING EVENTS
EDISON THEATRE
TO-NIGHT
Uy Popular Request
The Royal
[Lilliputian Opera
Company
will return alld present
Aug. '.I—The Lilliputian Opera Oo. in
H.M.S,   Pinafore,   Kdison   theatre.
Aug. 14-15—Tbc Juvenile Hand and
Entertainers from the Orphans'
Home,  Washington,  Kdison theatre.
August 21—The Flower of tho Ranch,
Musical Comedy, 35 people, Kdison
theatre.
Sept. 11 and 12—Hevelstoke Fall Fair
agricultural exhibits, live stock,
poultry, horse racing and other attractions.
Their Best Show
Reserved Seats, $ I
75c. and 50c.
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EYE   SIGHT
Your Eyes will appreciate the ease and comfort derived from wearing proper fitting glasses."
If you have not had your " EYES " attended to
WHY   PUT   IT   OFF?    We have   arranged
with the
TAUBE OPTICAL COMPANY
132 Eighth Avenue. CALGARY. ALBERTA
to send their representatives  to  our   store  on
Thursday. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 17=18-19
ryMake it a point to consult them.
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED
DIAMOND   HALL,   Limited
y^^^^.»2^^^^^^MsM»^^^^°$*$*$0Wi*6*{)!!'8
BEWS'   DRUG   STORK
KODAKS
Brownie C imerm
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Photographers' Supplies
K'.l.ik Album*
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REXALL GOODS
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Guaranteed foi Const
W. nail Nerve Tonii
i ■ mil Wine   I
Ri    dl   Icectci Skool I •
, * * ■    :  mot *  iltoi
Ke*.., nm
\roinatli f .. lor Oil
Kev, •    *-'    pel  'I"*-
Rexal Tooth I'owilei J".
Kexull Tooth I'antc
Rexall Cold Cream       ISc nml    ■'
All   Rexall  preparations  (five
■tislii lion or money refunded
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CLEAN WATER BATH
Will  be on   Exhibition   next
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Lawrence Hardware Co.
Summer Snaps
We are mnl inn a quick clearance of lhe 1 alance of oi r Summer
goods, Thoy must go as we will not carry Roods over lill next season,
The next two weeks will see llie end of them and these pi ires will
surely io it.
.PARASOLS
All new this season in white
and colois with straight or
heat handles. Regular $1.50
to $1.1.11. Now half price.
Just think of a pretty, fancy
parasol al 50c. or 75c,
Children's
Straw Hats
All tlie balance of our Straws
and Tains. Keg. priees Irom
25c. to .fl 25,
Now Half Price
Dainty  Neckwear
We have gathered together
a lot of pretty Neckwear, Jabots, Dutch Collars, l'ancy eol-
lars, etc. Tbey sold as high
as ti.Sc. You can have your
choice for 25c.
Curtain Muslins
Madras and Curtain Muslins
.ii clearing prices. All tin- new
materials ami desijiiisand they
are going fast ;it the sale
prices.
See Our Window
oMcLennan CBo Co.
Save Your Horses!
Provender is dear and so is horse flesh, but light running
wagons and buggies are cheap.
Tbe evolution of llie harm anil Road Vehicles has kept pace
with modern science and now we are offering
All Spring-Steel Wagons
1 ont willi perfect roller-bearing running gear just as cheap as
.1.1 l.ishioiied wooden (rained wagon. Thev run lighter anil
X and wear longer.
Those who purchased llieni nre our most satislied customers,
don't have to take oft the wheels to grease them; they are
proof caps anil carry a   much heavter load  than  the ordinary
lit to.
tbe i
easii
You
dust
\vag<
farm
\ full supply of buggies ol the newest makes also garden  and
Implements, ask us about them.
S. McMAHON
First Stroet, West, - Opposite Post Office
SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Half the Summer is still ahead. We have
provided for it by keeping our stock well
assorted in sixes,
FASHIONABLE SUITS FOR FALL
Ittsi received our Fall Samples for made-to-
order Suits.    Let   us show  them  io   you.
MeKinnon & Sutherland
Foot-Rite Shoes.
Fit-Reform Clothing
SUIT SALE
Our Fall stock has been shipp m!
and owing to our space being limited
We arc clearing out all our Spring
Clothing at b greal reduction.
See Our $15 Suit Window.
Values S32.  Now $25
din iind lm * \ Worsteds. <
values lo $2500.   Now s
Mc%ae Mercantile Co.. JL\td.
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Revelstoke Plumbing. Heating & Sheet Metal Co.
Kutlmatei given lor Sanitary work. Electric Lighting. Hot
Ml   Um'm   sh-.iiii lle.ititig'awl all kinds of   Sheet   Metal
\V.,tk.
Hiilb-, Lavttorlet, Water Clotetl, etc.
p.. iu; i attention given to all ord-tn.
See Our Show Room on Connaught Avenue
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Phone No.	
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