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Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $60^
Interior Publismng Co., Agts.
The Mail-Herald
r
Visiting
A SPECIA
Interior PuDlishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS
J
Vol. 18-No. 55
REVELSTOKE. B. C. -IUlY 24,1912
$2.50 Per Year
...THE HOME BEAfeil...
AGATE WALL FINISH
in Beautiful Tints.
Mix  with  I'olil   Water
Anyone cau apply
35c. 5 Pound Package
ALABASTINE!  ALABA;.    .E!
An Old Favorite.
Artistic Shades
Fresco Colors for  Borders
For Permanent Work Use Hall's Washable Wall Paint
Why '.' Because it is the most sanitary.
It sets hard. Does not crack or peel.
Docs not fade. Mixes with water. Is
germ proof 	
$1.00 PER CAN
FLOOR   PAINT
FOR THE BATHROOM
We
lelleve we have the best paint
Ho it iu White.
made.
Vmi lake no cliauce with our
Satlnette Biiumul is the hest that
paint.
Gets as haul as Iron.
money can produce.
75c. Per Quart
You'll Be Pleased
FOR THE DINING  ROOM
Von want a change! Tired of the
varnish' Stain it over the Varnish with BaplaCi   Rasy to apply.
Good Effect
FOR THE BEDROOM
Brighten them up!
Vou will be surprised how cheery
you can make a loom look with a
can ol our paint.
Let Us Prescribe
GET THE  PAINTING  HABIT
cTVlakes  the  Home  Look   Clean   and Well  Kept
Artistic Stains. Beautiful Tinted Enamels.
Gold, Silver and Aluminum Paint. Crack
Fillers. Floor Wax. Waxing Brushes. Furniture Polish.
Try Our oMagic Polish at 50c.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Ortico   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,000,00u.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in'Cannda.
Agents in Oreat Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seatt!.' National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank Spokane—Exchange
National Bank,
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and Interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch —A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Children's Sandals
Children's Romeo Sandals
SIZES, 4 to 104
Three and Four Straps
Mrs. A. G, Crick, / First Street
TIRED ?
•then a cup of
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor nml frue,rnncy. Sold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
O. W. BELL
P.EO. Box 208
GROCER & BAKER
Phone No. 33
MOUNT REVELSTOKE
SCENIC AUTO ROAD
SURVEYORS REPORT SUBMITTED TO GOVERNMENT
Province and Dominion to Assist in Building
I4>< Mile Auto Road, Which, when Completed, Will Be the Wonder of the West.
Houii Superintendent K.l. Trimble,
returned Irom tho coast on Sunday
morning, where he had lieen to Btih-
mil Lo the Department ol Public
Works, the surveyors poports un to
the proposed location, grades, etc. of
the Mount Revelstoko Scenic Auto
Road.
Interviewed hy a representative   oi
tho   Mail-lli'i'iilil   the   following     lucts
were gleamed regarding the progress
of this work;
Tho linal surveys, for the locution
anil grade ol the road aro now coin-
pleted, and are awaiting the approval ul Mr. Fordo, puhlio works engin
Ber, anil immediately same huve heen
o.k., hy that ollicial, the actual work
of construction will be proceeded with
According to these surveys, suhject
of course to approval, the ruuil Wlll
he a total leugtb of 14| miles, fiom
commencement, west ol tbe Maley
nursery on the Big Ik'iul road north
of the eity to Lhe Chalet at- the extreme summit of Muiiut Uevelstoko.
The average grade over tbe entire
length is 1.; per cent, at no poiut
iloes the grade exceed rii;lit per rent
with ii minimum of three per cent.
The road is laid oul lu a series ol six
leus, varying In lengtb from three
ami a half miles to a mile uud ,1 ball
Tbese legs have heen surveyed in such
and thut when the Dominion, government announce Mounl. licveltttoke as
a National Park reserve, whicli it is
expected will lie during the MXi ee
mmi of the Ottuwu Mouse, liliertil assistance will probably be forthcoming
[rom tiie Dominion and tho Oanadian
ruciiic Railway Oo. are also expected
to assist with the undertaking. From
those Various sources, ample funds
should be forthcoming, and it is hoped to huvo tho Mount Hcvolstoke Alpine Auto Highway completed uud
ready for trulttc Lowurds the close of
tbo year  1913,
Whilst in Victoria Supt. Trimble
was granted an Interview with our
Dominion member Mr. R. V. (Ireen,
who was uuxious to obtain Information regarding tbe progress of the
Alpine Highway. Mr. Llrcen expressed bis intention of visiting bis Revel
stoke constituents iu the ncur future
Ho discussed at lengtb lbe prospects
for tbe completion of the Mountnin
Auto Highway, und stated tint he
wns using every effort, towards obtaining government assistance for this
work, and also urging upon the Ottawa Department, the suitability of
Mount Hevelstoke as a National I'ark
und expressed the opinion that the
efforts In this direction would be sue
ii'ssfiil. Mr. (Ireen, some three mouths ago, hud made a hurried trip
down   tke   Arrow   lakes,   alld      whilst
...... .a.,.,miu»ireui ( Beaton, had taken the opportunl
a manner us to avoid steep gradients, ty to j|lsp(,ct th(, ^ o, ,h(J propowd
and blulls, and allowing ol jjood
turns ut  the ends of  tbu switclihueks
The course of the road is remarkably free from rocks, there will be
very little lock cutting to do, and
It is anticipated that tbe work ol
roud     building      will   thus   lie  uccoiu-
new wharf; he was convinced ol the
necessity for this work and expressed
bis surprise that the work hud not
lieen curried out before, und has already taken the steps which will result iu sume being proceeded with.
I Mr. Green stated thai the present Do
plished with a minimum of expense., miuion n<lmillistrttti(,n mn anxious
and  will allow  of rapid     completion. L     makc u|) the s,lorlcomingti ,„ their
First class building material is avail |predecessors, as regards Dominion
aide along the road itsell for a great pubHc w,„.kR throughout the Koote-
er portion ol the Work, and the gov Imvs am, Ult, paclflc ,.oast provillce
ernment are understood to be or -1generally, and that re.ommendations
ranging Ior the provision of an eight   towards this end  were receiving very
ton  gasoline  roud  roller,  wbich    will
iini'li.it f   attention from tbc new gov
 [ empnatie attention
permit  of  the  road   being  hard    stir-  ornment  at Ottawa,
faced  and  rolled  immediately  follow- j    (jl conclusion  Mr.  (ireen again    ex-
Ing tlle grading gangs,  ensuring     a pressed bis intention of shortly visit
first class und well finished Job. , |ng  Kevelstoke,   when  be  would   have
Tbe Hon. Thoinus Taylor,  member an opportunity of renewing mnny old
for tbe  Kevelstoke riding and Minis-1 acquaintances  amongst   bis  constitu
ter of  I'ulilie Work- for the Province
announces tbut his department will
appropriate ten thousand dollars this
season for the purposes of this work.
ents. and be able to make himsell
familiar, hy personal investigation,
with Ihe requirements ol thc d:s rict
he had the honor to represent.
SPECIAL MEETING
OF CITY COUNCIL
Held for the Purpose of Considering the Passing of New Bye-Laws
LAST MIGHT'S
COUNCIL MEETING
New High School Building and
Increased fire Protection in
the City Thoroughly Discussed
-Committee Appointed
on    Tuesday evening last a special
meeting ol the eity council was held
to cinsider   the   proposed  Irtgh  school
hy-luw.   Mayor Sutherland    occupied
the chuir, aldermen Howson, A lira-
liatnson, McSorley, Hotline, McKiu -
non were present.
.School Trustee H. Manning was
present, representing the school trustees.
Aid. MeKinnon—1 am in favor of
borrowing $if>,uno, hut only ln a busi
nessllke manner. We require some
further details or we shull have to
borrow  a further sum  lo  complete it
Mr. Maiming—If this by-law is not
legal without the details, we will
have to get estimates and plans, und
submit same to you to go through
the usual course.
Aid. MeKinnon—1 understand, according to tbe uct the school trus -
tees will have to apply for the money actually required on estimates,
state hOW the same is to lie raised,
and   muke  a businesslike  proposition.
Now, Mr. Manning, cannot you use
your  present  funds  to  huy   this site.
Mr. Manning—Yes, I agree.
Mayor   Sutherland—Ves,   ou   motion
I  refer this matter back to the school
trustees lor the  necessury details.
FIRE HALL.
Aid. Abrahamson— 1 have bad prepared a rough plan showing a ei n-
erete building, ItlxXd, two storeys and
a basement, which, without beating
or furnishings would cost ,,'.-mi $iii,.
SOU.
Aid. McSorley-This mutter is going to cost $16,000. There is the
equipment and a team, etc.
Aid. MeKinnon—$1,1,000 should cover all expenses.
.\ld. Howsou—$1.1,000 won't cover
tbis,  there is a site to huy.
Aid.  McSorley—Bven if this build
ing  is  done,   this  yenr,   we   ."ill      lain  the   presenl   lire   headquarters      till
winter.
Muyor Sutherland—A committee
were appointed to Investigate the
matter of lire  protection aud    eport.
Meeting adjourned  at   111:211 p.m.
PIANOS-PUVER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small cTVlusical Goods
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
A special meeting of thc city council wus held on Monday evening,
July 22nd, Mayor Sutherland took
tue  chair;  aldermen McSorley,    Mc -
im ii nun  uud  Ahruhumsou      were   also
present.
ine special meeting uus culled to
receive a petition re the proposed
raising uf minis ior u new high
school, und also tu consider thc mutter oi nre protection.
rlurJ PKOTKCT10N.
Statement outlining the situation
re Kire 1'rutectioa was submitted by
r'ire  Urigude No.  2.
The principle recommendations of
the hre brigade, were the building of
a uew central ure hull, uud tbe em-
ploymentof two or three permanent
men.
The members of Kire Dngude No.l
were unanimously uppused tu the es-
tablishmeni uf u ceulrul Ure hall.
Aid. Abrahamson—1 urn in luvor ol
u permanent  paid  chief.
Aid. McKinnun—There are many
things we cuuld do alright
.Mayur Sutherland—Whut size of a
building  would  we  require.
Aid. .McSorley—We should need a
eomnin.iMuii equipment, tbey cost
ubout $1150.
Capt. Vi. A. Foote, G. H. brock,
and K. li. McRae were present, rcp-
leseutiug  the  brigade.
Aid. McSorley—J ihiuk it uuiild be
better to hx up our present building
aud get aloug lur a year or two, until we have "in water system thoroughly shaped up. Vie time goi to
move carefully in this mutter.
Mayoi Sutherland—Well gentle en,
we will Investigate tins matter   und
gtve you mu decision, and we are
obliged for ynur attendance ond as
•istance.
Aid. Mi-S,.iiey—We huve this matter
put up tu us und no shall bave to
ct oeider same.
Aid. McKlnswn—1 was not in favor
oi doing inytbing tins year, but wo
owni tu be up against nutut by-laws.
for school and other things and I
am not in tavor ol passing by-laws
every fifteen .minutes.
! Aid. McSorley—I think we ure putting the cart bcloi'e thc horse, wc
must arrange for our water aud
'equipment lirst.
Aid. MeKinnon—It seems to mc an
8 inch pipe should ho sufficient, such
as we have at present.
Aid. McSorley—We have to put in
a second pipe running right into tbc
tank, this would relieve the necessity
for a reservoir for some years to
come.
Mayor Sutherland—I believe some
committee should go into this matter of a building [or a central Hre
bull.
Aid. Abrahamson-] suggest we
get some preliminary figures, and
we should bold a meeting tomorrow
night with a full attendance ol men-
bers.  to consider this matter.
Mayor Sutherland—Yes, we will do
tbis, Aid. Abrahamson will get the
figures.
NKW HIGH SOHOOL.
A  petition     was submitted    asking
for the erection of g new high school
and     the submitting of a by-law for
$11,000 to defray the cost of same.
Aid. MeKinnon—How much wlll
this cosl.
Mayor Sutherland—Ahout. $10,000.
Aid. Abrahamson—I am in tavor ot
a high school, 1 presume the trus -
tees know where the balance is to
come from.
Aid. MeKinnon—I would bate to
Pass n by-law for $lfi,000 and have
to puss others for n deficit subsequently.
Aid. Abrahamson—We put this up
to tbe people and if they decide in
favor of Same,  an well  and  good.
A  motion      in  favor    ol    a       high
School   by-law,   as   requested   by     thc
I school  trustees for $1.1,000,  wai then
| put and carried
I    Tbc  by-law  was  thep  lead  a    first
I time.
Meeting adjguiued at Itf.UO p.m.
REAR END COLLISION
Freight Trains in Bad Smash-up
Engineer fatally Injured.
Jn a rear end collision between two
freight trams which occurred ou Sunday night at about 10 u'cluck ut
Toketic a small station ou thc O.P.
K., live miles eust of SpcuceB Uridgc
three trainmen were injured aiid one
of them su seriously that ho is uot
expected to recover.
Au east bound freight hauled by
Nu. 11X11 In charge uf Conductor U.
Johnson with J. Adams as engineer,
crashed into another freight which
was standing between switches, de -
railing several cars and tearing up
thc truck. Seeiug danger Imminent,
Kugiueer Adams jumped aud in bis
full bis head struck a rail with sullic
icut. forco to cause concussion. hi.
Itui-diIt-111. iiii'in,in suffered several fruc
tured ribs ub well as internal injuries
while ('. Albuu, brukeuiati, got oil
with severe bruises. Auxiliary trains
were despatched irom North Bend and
Kamloops tu clear tbe wreckage white
the injured men were taken to tbe
huujiital here, where tbeir wounds
were attended to.
On inquiry at the hospital tins
morning it wus learnt that Engineer
Adam's condition is extremely ser -
ious uud that he was unconscious uud
uot expected to live. His pureuts,
who livo ut Victoria have been sent
for.
Trullic on thc road has beeu great
ly dcluyod, owing to the debris ul
wreck-age and burning cats. Kortiin
atcly none uf tbo crow ol the first
train were injured. Au iiivestign -
tion us to the cause of ibe collision,
will   be held.—Kamloops Standard.
P. C. E. Ry.
Montreal, duly M- News wa u
eeived at the (irand Trunk 1'acliic
olllces yesterday that the issue ol
bonds f,,r ihe Pacific Oreat Saltern
railway were guaranteed by the
Uritish Columbia government. The
road is to bu built in accordance with
the agreement with the U.T.i'. to
give connection between Vuncouver
and Fort (Ieorge. It Ir announced
tbat before uutiimn 1000 men will be
at  work  on   the   line  aud  it  will   be
completed in two years.
MIDSUMMER DISPLAY OF
Blue De Roi Dinner Service
Our window will show you the exquisite appearance and quality of this handsome ware.
Can be bought in sets or broken lots.
Superior quality.    Moderate price.
Call and see them.
HARDWARE—Our stock includes all the
necessities. Oil Stovos, Carpet Sweepers, Motor
Washing Machines, hand power Washing Machines, Garden antl Farming Tunis, McClary's
Famous Steel Ranges, Kitchen L'tensils of all
descriptions, Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
PLUMBING-Vmi can be Bupplied with all
requirements in this department
Steam Fitting, Tinning and Sheet Metal Work.
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BOURNE BROS,
Corner First Street and Campbell Avenue
Gkockrs     Hardware      Plumbing      Ti\smithin<
SOME   GROCERY   QUOTATIONS
Apricot Preserves in 3 Ib. tins, per tin         30c
Ceylon Tea, in bulk, 3 lb. for   $1 00
Pearline, in bulk, per tin      10c
Brazil Coffee, still at old price, per lb      35c
New goods always arriving at lowest market price.
John McIntyre & son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S
PREMIUM HAMS
AND BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
j
MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE   I
OF MENS AND BOYS' SUITS
NOW IN FULL SWING
These prices should persuade you to have a
look at the Clothing, and the qualities will
convince you that you are saving money.
$30 00 Suits Now $25 00
$27 00 Suits Now $22 00
$25 00 Suits Now $20 00
$12 00 Suits Now $ 9 00
$ 7 50 Suits Now $ 5 00
$ 5 00 Suits Now $ 3 75
$22 Suits Now $17 50
$20 Suits Now $15 50
$15 Suits Now $11 00
$10 Suits Now $ 7 50
$ 6 Suits Now $ 4 25
$ 4 Suits Now $ 2 95
6 McRae Mercantile Co.
S> Flit HOME Of GOOD CLOTHING
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WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR I WEDNE8DA1. JULY Mth, L!>12\
tHE   IV^^IlL-IIEI^JLrilD^^^EVEnLSTOKlEl
WEDNESDAY,  JULY 24th, 191&
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A SNAP!
House for sale on Connaught Avenue
North of First Street
$1,500
$500 Down; Balance $30 per  month.
Modern Plumbing and Bathroom
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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PUBLISHED  WEDNESDAY   AM)
SATURDAY  AI
KEVKLSTOKE.  B.   C.
Jntettor publlablng Compai.fi,
LlinUod
j.  K. JOHNSON,  Manager.
HAI.I'll  il.   BCROTON,  lCillt.nr
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Including |niiitfti<e to England,  Dnll
ed Suite* and Cauada.
By th«. /car (through postotBce) I2.SU
ADVERTISING RATES.
I -an nuiici-a lo i-futh per line nrst
insertion, & eeata per Ime each
•ubaciiuent Insertion. Measurements Nonpar lei fit lines make
one inch.) Store and general
business announcements i-...u uei
inch per mouth preferred pusi
tions, 25 per ceut. additional.
Uirths, Marriages ami Deaths, SOc
each .uourtioD.
Laud notices $7.50. All advertise-
mruis subject to the approval ol
the management. Wanted am!
Condensed Advertisements : —
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
nations wanted, Situations Va
cant, Teachers Wanted, Mechanics
Wautud, 2ii words or les*, 2r.i\,
eaeb additional line in cents.
Changes it. standing advertise
ments must, be in by 'j a. ui.
Tuesday and Friday ol earti week
to secure good display
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters ol public interest. Communications to Kditor must be
accompanied by name ol writer
not necessarily for publication,
but as evidence of good faith.
Correspondence  should  be  brief.
WEDNESDAY,   JULY   84 tb,  1312.
Annual heport on ti. C. Poultry
. in U- t •
11.01     contains a ^    J
i i ■ Co  ipi
the l'oiiltr)   Uu
.  l'i.ii.i . i- -
mery am      it
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•    .1  I.M  •   lulVl
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[tiers, u
.1   Co-
dter j
ol tbt«: a
ket. iiui nub's- ho is prepared to put
up the capital und miles he is pre-
pared tu allow a proper amount lor
management nml running expenses, hr
cnnnol nxpeel  to do liUBlnoss.
"\.» business I'liii be run without
capital or management or contldcuce
umt I'liini faith between tbe partners.
The t.n-t t hut co opei .it Ive business
fail ir. because they arc not co-opera
tlve, and thej nre not business, and
tbut is nut such ii platitude as it
Bounds."
In reply to questions Mr. Drake
wus aide to Btutc Umi before cu
"per.it nm al Duncan thc average price
• ■I eggs wus 30c and lhal now :t was
3Uc, ol which the producer not 9 Ijc,
ihe lesi. being tlie eust ui handling. At
Nanaimo eggs thai hud been 16c he
'"ie i u up "iut iuii w,re now fetching
ii'ie al  the ■[.■nne store.
Mr. Drake also gave practical ml-
i ft- on t li.- st.ut Ing ol in operat Ive
associa! Ions, the necessity lor bond
uu- tiie manager und fur a sufficient
elasticity in nil constitutions to suit
local conditions.
A KANSAS DOLLAR
A luini'i  out in Kansas,
About live years ago,
Went  min town one duj   to spend
Some ol bis nard earned   "dough,"
"And   in ii merry  jest,"  und  just
".'u show Ins printing skill,
lie iiiiiiti-d bir. initials on
A  brand new  do l-l a-r b- l-l I.
i le -pent that dollar that Bame day
Down at  tbe village Btore
He thought 'twas gone lor evertben,
Nn.l  he'd  see  I'   no  more.
n.it long belore tbat year roiled by
One day  be went  to Oil
A neighbor's order, nml  received
Tbut siiiiir one dull ii r  li I l l.
i uue  mure  lie spent that   dollar bill
In ins own  neighborhood,
U bei. II   would do bimsell and fi end
The must  amount  ol .
Finn   times in two years  it c imi
As  sume   bud   pennies  Will,
And each   i Ime be
This marked  utn- d-o-l-l-a-i
1 lad  In    n   - might
Be .n Ills town to li
llut just abuut i
Hi jent i ai awaj
The  people  wbo  ;  ■ ; hen
I know have got it
For 'twas t" a mail ordet   I
He  -.-ut  i
No more   will th
Into I •
And  nevermore  will   I
i he ta •-•■ on hia lat
He  pul
It's i
He brought about I
Of   t
SYNOPSIS 01- COAL MIKING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and ai
hert.u, the Yukon T'ei rilory, lbe
North west Territories aud in u portion ol the I'rovlnco ol iintisb Columbia, muy be. leased lur u term ol
twonty onu years at au annual relit
ill ol il au acre. Not more than
11,600 acres will be leused to ono applicant.
Application for lease must liu made
by the applicant lu person to tlle
Ajjenl or Sub Agent ol tbu district
lu Which the rights applied Ior uro
situated.
lu surveyed territory the laud must
be described by sections, or legal
sub divisions of sectious, and in uu
surveyed  territory  the tract applied
Ior shall   be  staked  out  by   the    up -
plicant   bimsell.
Kach applicant must be accompanied by a lee ol ib which will he re-
tumled if t'.is right! applied for ure
uot available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid ou thu mer
cliaiitable output of tbe mine at the
rule ol live cents per ton.
Tho person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting lor the full quantity of
merchantable cuul mined and pay the
royalty thereon. II the coul mining
rights are uot being oporuted, Bucb
returns should be furnished at loast
ouce a year.
The lease will include tbe coal niia-
Ing rights only, but tbo lessee may
be permitted to purchuse whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary tor tbe working ol
llie mine at the rale ol JIU.01I an
acre.
For lull Information application
should bo niiulo to the Secretary ol
the Department of the interior, Ottawa, or to tbe Agent or Sub-Agent
ot Dominion Lands.
Vi. Vi. OORY,
Deputy  Minister of  tho Interior.
N.H.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will not lit paid
for.
RESOLVED
THAT YOU WILL BE T/AKEiV OFF
Your eeet wen You see
THE BARGAIN/^
VE NOW OFFER
New lime Table
On  June 2nd,
table  came   into  eltect  for   the  sum -
.   mex,     changing the    houn ol al
; • .ire of lhe  trams,
aie  as follows!
SA1.F.   OF    MINERAL   CLAIMS.
In  the  County  Court  ol  West   Kootenuy   Holden  ut  Revelstoke.
Frank   McAulaj   vs.   Beatrice     Mines,
Ltd., (Non-personal Liability.:
A.   A.   Iloiuau   vs.      Ueatr.ce      .Milieu.
Ltd.. (Non-personal Liability.j
Jobn Uunderson and others vs,  Dea
trice    .Minis, Ltd.,   iNon-personal
I   al ility.)
Pursuant  to  the judgements  In the
above  actions   bearing  date   tbe   30th
June  l.ni,   ibe  ouiei   lor  -ale  there!u
contuiue I  and   me    Uirect.oiis    givcu
.  on  lbe  liud  May,  '.'li, tenders
■   i '   ived    j  thi
for   tbe      , al     ibe   lollowiug
mineral i latin
^ Lot
Nu. (586, Uroup 1.
Mini ral claim . elng Lot
,   1.
,   Lot
ip  1.
.... ti.e
[.ay  Li.otr.ct, D.  C.
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Tenders .u . .
and see
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BLISTER BROWN.^4j|
(«r.«nHi    .fOb •» Tsf  Hiiltrl ••»""
<si(t(.o
21     TftK*fcN  orn voTTn Ftrr
Of Course
THEY ARE BARGAINS   %
E ARK LEAVING  YOU   NEXT  WEEK,  so
yon had better hurry up.
Come early and come often.   You will always
inti something you can save money on.
I McLennan fr Co. §
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
BY-LAW    No.
A  13) law  to authorise the borrowing by  the Corporation ol the    City
■     Revel  tuke ol  the sum ol S1h.mUu.uii
by the Issue ol Debentures to defray
u.    lb.     I  ul pul',itlull    ul    eel   -
tain   Iralnugc  works and sewer   con
already   cun iti ucted  by    the
i .a;.. • ,i   ii   [n connection  with    tbe
ystem uf the t 'orporatlon.
wiiF.KKAS   i petition has heen-pre
Municipal Council     of
the  u, ,i: ;   the  Citj   ul   Kev
in.■  owners  ul    at
ii   Value   ol   the     real
.- Corporate limits
Bhown
,.   . smenl roll of
li   ' ng   that   a   by-
[..[:,.-
i rowing     by     the
.11    uf  $10,-
-   men -
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tbe   lasl
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Leave
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the association "
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ternoi ns   Tl  i  is not mu .......   he knew sh.
,.-..,•    -,    if the average    poultrj
farmei   was askt "'        " "''      ' ' :
-   I,.-... be would   bold law?
Un hie  bai .     n  dorroi   and yet 1< bis him  In t>Iasgo« nol  long »M
htna ,,.,   -       en eggs each yeai and marriage, and had nevei   icen    the
,..,.,. ,„„„,.„ „  ,8ves   him bride.   "1  ken ye've     tfUta    te   s
be is making 33   per Sandy,
.„,  U,  capital,  ami   he    finds   It      "Awrt,"  said   thl    hrldtg	
«„!, difficult , m   him "ously, ■■*.'.   Lord' jditror
m ... i'u.pe, M.,.aue.   T mas. But in  pre » ■
ia., mari.gerial sipenses,   » difficult .*• It  HI   masten       _
as to realise the necessity ol constant
ind judicious advertising to    A frosb su y of    Moores     noted
Push bll praduce ai 1 make lor it, ol   cbocoIatH hn,    just arrived at    tbt
k*j> for lt, a good idace id Iht mul"  tf»vujr.-Trjr tbem.
neen  - ■
s
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... rtb ol
Downie Crsak  '
lomestb ns on  the     land
.
113 Revelstoke Ln
i      •
oi I .-   i .'.',   rn :
Tbe application   vlll  be Died  111
..ib." uf tbe Wai ler,  Ravel
■tokl , B.C,      Ohjei  i" IS may   be  bled
with thn said u.i. i  p.' ordei oi
the I omptroller   ol    ffatei    nights,
r«i llnmeni   Build ngi.     Ictoi la,  B.C
.lAMK.   A       Illi.I.ll   .  \pplieaut
Iiy  Audu *   hitsou,  Agent
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cat of thi     i
Ion   il th<   Wty  "i  Ret
hiii ht     Mind hy tbe    Mayor   and
Clerk thereol
3,   Thi     . :  in ..ntiu. i "hull  i.<mi
th      i.t.    | the Ul "f    Bei
1912,  umi shall  l>e payable ln     lifty
years Irom the Baid dale in lawful
money ol Canada at tbe Molsons
Hunk at Kevelstoke aforesaid, which
said place ol payment shall bo designated by suul Debentures, and said
Debentures shull have attached to
thum coupons for the payment of interest and the signature to llll' lll-
tercst Coupons muy be written,
stamped,  printed,  or lithographed.
•I. The said Debentures shall bear
Interest at the rate ol Bve per centum per annum (.', per cent.) from the
dale   thereof,   which   interest  shall   lie
payable Bemi-annually at tbe ollice ol
the Molsons Hank at Kevelstoke
aforesaid on lhe 1st day of March,
and the l-t duy ol September, respectively ill euch and every year during the currency of sni.i Debentures,
ami it shall lie expressed In suul
coupons and debentures to be Bo payable.
5. lt shull be lawful tor tbe Mayor
of the said Corporation of tbe City
of Revelstoke to negotiate and sell
the s.inl Debentures or any ol tbem
for   less      ihun      par,   but in   no cuse
shall the s.ud Debentures or any   ot
ihem lm sold for less than ninety-five
pei cent uni i'in per cent.) of their
lace vulue Including the cost of negotiating them and sale, brokerage
and all necessary expenses.
6. There slmll |„. levied and raised
each year during the currency of said
Debentures the sum ol $585.00 for the
paymenl ol Interesl and $93.08 for the
payment ol said debt under the said
tures by a special rate sulhdent
therefore on all the rateable real property ui the said Municipality of the
City  of  Kev. Istoke.
7. lt shall I.e lawful for the Municipal Council ul the Corporation of
lhc City uf Kevelstoke to re-purchase
any  of  the said   debentures  upon Mich
as may     be agreed upon with
egal  holder or    holders thereol,
either   it   time .,f sub', or any    sub
me,   .iml   all   debentures    so
hall   be   forwlth     can -
celled "i  destroyed,     and no reissue
..f debentures shall  he made in    con-
uch re-purchase.
i im   By law shall take effect on
tbe  Isl  day of September,
\   I.
ii.ll.     before    the
.-  thereol receive the    as
i       ..I      lie      ( i,l
ty of     Revelstoke,
Ibe    I "f    and
■ml    n   tin   inunnii   pre
Municipal  Dlausei  v I
■   time,  duly  nth. 1913
 i   i iim     .1  ;v   I'ltb,
.ii passed with
onsent ol tbi < lo mt II
Iti    1912.
actors
day  uf  August,   i I
i and
'.   lb.
■     Ingulf
ti
l m: i; NOTICE thai  the n
ol b" Ki law upon .ibe h
,te ..f the Munio pnlltj n he
'i the I lty Clerk'   office City
Ilill.   i ui nei   ..f   Second      Ntni't
. lot i   p m
avenue,   Revel ;
on Thursday,   luguet  Ith,  1913,
tween the bour   ol 9 o'clock a.
nm ch \ lav;
Clerk ol tbe .Municipal Council
nml
C
be
m..
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords ol" First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
Summer   Delivery,   16-inch,   18-inch  and  4-foot
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm
W. C. CALDER
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.I..D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Mnnuiier A'M.i-.t.ini lunenil Manager
CAPITAL, $15,<)()0,<)<)() REST, $12,500,000
TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
Issued by Tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to
provide himself with lnmls without delay m each point of his journey in
a convenient yel inexpensive manner. They ore issued payable in every
country in the world in denominations of
$10,   $20,   $50,   $100,   $200
with the exact equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated
on the face of each cheque.    They are economical, absolutely sale self-
identifying and easily negotiated. 83
REVELSTOKE    BRANCH—F. Nl. GIBSON. MGR
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a Ioiir fell want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers,
SllltllllllK
Harness Makers
Mcstcni IRestbentfat Schools
(DiHtinctly Christian    Non-Do no mi nattonnl)
BRAEMAR
A hifcli-i lass re».ritMll.al and day
SCbuo) I'M k" Is "( i'l' ..k^v
Mi.tu>;hiu*sy  Uei^hU,   Vaucouvi t
Large grounds, magniflceut build-
injpti with every modern appliance
(or 11enl11) and comfort.
btafl unequalled; every leacher a
specialist in her own department
LANGARA
A residential \ <la\ school fur boya
l i ft cen acres, adjoining Shaughnessy
Heights, Vancouver.
hui.dittgs embodying thc latest
[deaa in school structures to accommodate 300 boys.
Kducational standard of the highest,
l-ull provision for athletics,
Both schools open  thnt Autumn.    For particulars addrcsy
Mt-|.AUKX,     HTA     lis ^^^| VANt-DI'VKH,
Sash, Doors. Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Office and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
RAPID  TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST OPENED
We make a specialty of the rapid transit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
Albert abrahamson
HEVELSTOKE,  B. C.
Day Phone-No.  44, Night Phone—229
J JUST   OPENED »
i IHE REVELSTOKI: OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE §
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House        _¥
i   I
Only  White ICooks   Employed
#k Have had 15 years experience as a caterer J^
5   i
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Kcguldr $5.25 Meal Ticket (or live Dollars.
Proprietors
S J. Pappus and J. Chitsas,
MacKcnsio Avenue, Revelstoke, B. O WEDNESDAY,  JULY 2tth,  1912.
THIEJ MAIL-HEBALI)," EEVELSTOKt]
f
WEDNESDAY,   JULY 24th,  1»12.
MALAKWA NOTES
With this issue of the Mall-Herald,
word goes forth that the beautiful
townsite of Malakwa Is placed on the
market. Hera is an opportunity
' that will not repeat itself, you will
find nothing like it along thc ma'in
line of thc O.P.R, Thc owners nro
putting tbis townsite on the market
lor a quick sale at the low price of
from J75 to $175, for the lirst 100
lots, after that prices will he re-ud-
jUBted. So come early and get liret
choice, and secure a home or au investment in w hatis to he thc best
inland town in B. C.
With all of its natural resources-
unlimited water power, over 10,000
acres of fruit and vegetable and hay
lands, within a radius of four miles,
with mineral indications, in the
mountains, the rentrnl spot of the
Garden of Eden Valley, over thirty
miles either way to the nearest town
on tire main line of thc C.P.R,, with
station,   store  and   sideing     already
located, nlso school, public hall, MX
40, where church and Sunday school
is beld every Sunday.
Malakwa ha" Dearly a mile of rivet-
frontage of nice even bank about 20ft
above high water. The Kagle river
makes almost a half circle round thia
ideal city, only a small tract was available for tbis townsite, but every
lot is a good site to build on, with
natural drainage and surrounding*,
and centrally located 34b miles from
Vancouver and 300 miles from Calgary, also centrally located between
the famous Arrowhead and okanagan
lakes, and only a drive of twelve miles over a nice level road to the Shuswap lakes, making the ideal spot (or
the sportsman and the fanner, wbo
wants to live in town and have a 5
or 10 acre tract.
For further information apply to
the townsite owners at Malakwa, or
any of their agents, who will h«v«
full authority to make sales and give
information.
,. . It Might Be Cold. . ,
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our.record of cures ,,
of rheumatism and other chrome complaints is unequalled^
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenery of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Ealeyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
HJU8T NBW1/V RBPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for J6.00
FIRST BTREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. P. LKVKSQt'K, Proprietor
Laughton .6V, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
^5«$
H, J. McSORLtY, Proprietor.
'ELSTOV^
$•
Strictly Fiist Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL^
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
ALBEET     STOHSTIE      JPiROIP.
J.
Centrat Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  ind Improved.    FirBt-ClasB in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large .Sample Hoonis.
Rates $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
■Mi.——■■ OPEN NIGHT AND DAY
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,        -       t7VIanager.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51 Phone 295
U/Ji?.^°7!L     OP. SUTHERLAND
Special Ai'miinn given lo commercial
men mul tourists. Kimt-rla»" sample
rooms. Kinrwl scenery in BrlUth Oolbm-
bi», overlooking I'pptr Arrow Lake.
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
On Its Way West
Winnipeg, July au—Tbc Railway
Commission left last night for tbc
west. Sittings will lie held ut Moose
Jaw, Hcgiuu, Saskatoon, Kdmonton,
Culgury and Vaucouver.
before the close of the sitting last
night, Mr. W. A. Macdonald, K. C.
representing Uritish Columbia, asked
if thut province- might he ut liberty
to present evidence uud Ohairman
Scott suid tbey would huve tbut opportunity.
Those present us Bpectutors or couh
sel yestcrduy were: W.A. Macdonuld,
and W. D. l'ower, representing thc
Uritish Columbia Government; M.K.
Cowan ol Toronto, representing Sum-
kutcbewun and Alberta; Alexander
Macdonuld, Winnipeg, aud H. W.
Whitla, Lv, C, Ior thc Dominion government; J.H. Ashdown, (ieorge Cur-
penter, E.A. Mott, C.N. Dell ,„„i J
Fleming, representing thc Winnipeg
board ol Uradc; iBaac I'itblado, representing tbe borniniou government
in tbe tolls cuse, uud the Winnipeg
bourd of Trade, and the (Irani Kx
change in the freight cuse; U. H.
Clarke, K. ('., K. Anderson, K. 0.,
uud  Isauc  Campbell,   K.C.
Storm Sweeps Nelson
Nelson, July 22—Two tdorins ot
wind, rain and hail, uccompunled by
lightning, a tcriibc oue Sunday eve
ning uud u smaller oue un Suturday,
did considerable damage m Nelson
and possibly cost three lives. Jn the
Sunday storm, which swept over the
city ubout 7 o'clock, tbe city weigh
scales building WaB levelled tu the
ground, huardings were picked up
bodily uud rallied scores of feet,
street curs and houses were struck by
lightning, uud guldens and glass
houses  were damaged.
Scores were on the lake in launch
es, rowbouts and canoes when tbe
heavy clouds burst, and several craft
wore driven on thc rockB. Numerous
empty  rowboatl  were  seen  Irom  pas
■•nger iteameri, but no    names    ol
miBBing persons have hcen reported.
Several persons declare they law
throe women In u boat at the mercy
of Ihegale allOUt a mile up lbe lake
frnin Nelson. Suddenly, they state,
tbe boat disappeared from ylsw. 1Mb
ers say Ihey saw Hie craft capsize.
Launches   searched uil   night,     but
Could not bnd  bout Of OOOUpantl.
Torrentl nf water tore down lbe
Ntroets, blocking the cur trucks with
mud,
When  a lightning  bolt hit  a street
cur on Satuiday, Motormuu Chap -
mun wus hurled to the strict by the
shock ond a portion ol the cur waa
badly burned. Later in the evening
tbc sume cat was again bit, the motors  being damaged.
When lightning struck u residence
ill Fuirview, a mirror was binned and
u woman felt a blow like a hammer
on the side ol her head. A white
scar shows thc murk ol the current.
Atauothcr residence, u brass jardiniere containing u fern   wus  fused.
Once or twice the electric power
wus off, und several light consumeie
received shocks  while  using  switches.
July fruit Crop
Weather conditions—Not unfavor -
able Ior tree Iruits. Somewhat hot
und dry :or small fruits during July.
Apples—I'roBjiectB have depreciated
since lust month. Nova Scotia expects only 51! pcr cent, of a full crop
Ontario a medium crop, and British
Columbiu bus still prospcctB for a
record  yiold.
1'earB     —  Saltern   Canada,    medium
crop  ouly, Uritish Columbia good.
Pluuis—below medium in Hasten)
Canada,   good  lu   British  Columb.a.
1'eaches - Notwithstanding the injuries resulting from thc severe wca
ther of lust winter, a fair crop will
bc harvested in thc chief commercial
orchards.
ChcrneB—A fair crop of early cherries has Ireen harvested, sweet cher -
n.'B decidedly «hort.
lirapes—Oood  ciop  everywhere.
Smull Prints—Strawberries short in
Kustern Canudn and prices corres -
poiidingly high. Huspb.rrieH shortened by dry weather. Currants „ud
gOOSebsrrtes good, blackberries decidedly short. In Uritish Columbia,
small   Iruits  have   ben   a heavy  crop.
Tomatoes—Medium   crop.
Insects nnd fungus DiBcaBes— The
ravages of tbs Tent Caterpillar caus
ed much damage in New Urunswick,
Western nnd Southern Quebec Bnd
Kustern Ontario, many of the orchards being completely defoliated.
Apple Bcab Is showing m Illsirict «.
Illi"ht bas done more than the usual  Injury  iu pears  this ."enson.
.I.A.  Hlddlck, A. McNeill
Commissioner,    chief,  MtM   i>,v
BUSINESS   LOCALS
I    Meet me at the Savoy.
For really choiee ChoColateB, drop
in at tbe  Sugar Bowl.
Victor Hornless Machines 6 from
(20 upwards. Kdison i'honographs,
Irom lis.50 upwards.—Revelstoke
Music  Store,   McKenzie Avenue.
Don't forget, peaches and cream ul
the  Savoy.
The "Sugar Bowl" IcS cream is
unsurpassed.
Try one of frobyn's special dishes
of ice cream called tbe "Carpathian"
Smile.
li acre good land tor sale near C.
P.K. hotel.—li. N. Coursier.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil ol A,
Miller, Kit.A.M., Loudon, is prepared to lake a limited number of pupils for tuition in music. Fur terms
apply at tbs residsuc. of J. K.
Johnson, nrst hoUBe west of the hospital,  First  street.
Fout and Kight acres fruit land for
Bale  near cemetery. -H.N.   Coursier.
WAiNTEi)
w.v.NTKD—Girl   seeks     situation
light  housework,  Apply   box  •)!>.
WANTKD — A competent girl lor
house work, three in lamily. Apply
Ma.t Herald   (Jtlice.
Kult SALK—Cottage ou Luke shore
lot at Cuuoe, lacing good Band]
Oeacb. Fur Suit 1.. i particulars al1
ply   Miss  ii.   L.   Wright,   Cuuoe,B.C.
ViANTKD—Teacher Ior Mouut Begbw
public school. Apply 11. Smytbe,
Ute. i'leus.    Salai),   ii.'o   pel   mouth
Double bouse  to rent an F.rst  Bt.,
tb.ity    doUavrs iki montb.    Apply
Ue.elstoke General  Ageu.ies,   Ltd.
TO LKT-Modern bouse on McKuflz.s
Aveuue, vacant Juue 1Mb. Apply
The Hevelstoke General Agencies,
Limited.
Shi hit's Gure
aman. stoss cons*", mrntm . iM*. twah
Villi RENT—Seven Hoom House, lull
size concrete basement, bath room,
w.tb all modem improvements. Ap
ply lo I'.O. Box ii/., or call at Mr.
ii. ,-irhafler'd residence, Seventh
street.—
WANTKD— A waltei, girl ol .nan. —
Apply to the Ravslstoks Oyster and
Chop House. 1913.
Wednesday, July 2-tth, 1 na.
T-HIIE  MAlL-HERALD,VBETELSTOEB
WKDNESDAY,   JULY  Mth,
" MONEY
SPENDING "
Tbi   I an address deli .'er
:   ,:   the   V.P.M.A.,   at   Yernonvillo,
Bth ...st   : y   Mi.   W.   -I.
Vi.  k- .....  - m ol Mi    -l M.  Kcllio, ..I
I m g  citj
"Mi nej       l '      •■  vie Mi  have ag ■
I   maj       e tlio rool    ol
all m  the means   ol
.;    .  • itcBt good, or its
greatesl  e\ il       . eni  allj   brought nb
out in   thi      "spend Mosl   mon
'make     moni y,  a tew   can    savo
mone;..      it  gel      illj     , i iking,   pruc-
ticallj  all mi u m ist  oi  will "spend"
mi rej     rhi i uforc it i eems to  me    11
we    ■     ... properlj    govei n
.... y settle
(oi . at least th it   mom j
... ..   . | .    led   unu  an I
ra     ti uftei  gcuol utiou
in cent ...    it i    l:k< Ij
to do ti
■ ,i
und  somel ■   pain       ■■ ime
i.iiko smiles an . boiui timi.- teui  ,
I ■   .- that 1 maj   lie u little
[i n   baud ■
■     lati      ibjecl   like
.., ■    .   .     .:.  i hi    moi ing go
. • id     -■ .    II   so  iM..,  will  pardon   I
am sun      •      it-ol    iteness   and   ri d
.    in. at least tj    in    my
. oni lot i  do ;. il   fe'.f \i   .i. play
ei   ..,.;   i do bi lii ve  in
days   more  thought   should    be
given  t._.  the   proper,  right   and   lens
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I  bave .t  direct   from a real  i state
man I      that  hundreds     ol
people  there are     mortgaging     good
...   aiitomo
ivhich  go out   ol  .late and  Btyle     in
thre.   oi   lour    years,  ms
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gr.t to face tb< lai I,
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any   men. cun
lul and i king, Tbe other
lami j ong  not  meanly,    but
coin.'. : : . it   tbe  • IM   •■:   ,..i ii
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luture need I      bi.. •  ■ ■! the
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a:.d asked  "bow   is ii,  I  work as bard
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Are You Ready to Pay Cash for a Bargain t
You will have the opportunity of a LIFE-TIME during our Mid-summer
SALE, when our $25,000 stock of Furniture. Carpets, Bedding and
General House Furnishings will be offered at greatly Reduced Prices
TIIERli ARE REASONS WHY we are holding this sale.     We will he krank about it.     VVE NEED THE
MONEY.    We are not going into Bankruptcy    Do not misunderstand us, but the new HOWSON HLOCK
cosi us something to build, and we cannot sell the BLOCK  so we must sell the STOCK, therefore
we   have decided  to  place before you  our   TWENTY-FIVE  THOUSAND DOLLAR
STOCK in order to raise TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Someone will get ike Pick of ike Bargains !     |
Are you going to be one of the fortunate ones?   Now is the time to buy thai   CARPET ot   RUG.    Wc arc prepared
to give   ,v?',      discount on any BUG in our large stock, and 40    on a few which wc have carried over from
lasl year.    Thc firsl to ask for these RUGS will be the first to get them.    SEE  that our CLERKS
give VOU at least 33'i     discount on every article in our   STORE   except   OSTERMOORE
MATTRESSES,   MARSHALL SANITARY   MATTRESSES,   SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES and KITCHEN CHAIRS.
\T.\ I.R uas our Stock so large and complete in Dining Room, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.
TWO Car loads of Goods placed on our lloor in the past ten days.
See  our  Show  Windows   this  week  for  proof of the
BARGAINS we are offering.    Special values in Couches,
Carpet Squares and Rockers this week.
We are offering GOODS at prices during this SAI.L on which we are actually loosing money,   BUT  WE  MUST
HAVE THAT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Thanking our many  CUSTOMERS  for their generous  PATRONAGE   in the past TWENTY-TWO  years of
business in REVELSTOKE, ue remain, Yours sincerely,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
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given them. in course there i- tin'
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small, menu, miserly man. Hm I
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Works   ami   si'Wi'i   c lectious,
liiit.-il  July  2Mb,  1912.
B.  It.  REYNOLDS,
Returning Orfloor,
WATER Nui li LO,
Nut.r. la hereby given that William
n;.1.1   Robertson, ot Revelstoke, b.C.
w.ll  apply   lor  a license to  lake ana
use ili i liiteen Miners inches ol water
oo i reek,  whicli ilowo iu
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mothei will alwayi i, m wi n and
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low* forge!   llmt thi    i i.m
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.ill    .' Ming    to  lllllil'llll I
tlnmr  Hi their power lot OUI   wiiii.n
■ppreeMM any little money oi atttra
inm wi> may spend upon them a   tru
If at when the/ wcru lotuniutf    (triij
E.    G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Ropairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
WORK    SHOP
Connnught   Ave     -    Revalstoke
Sewing Machines
For S .le or Hue
ii '•'
H. MANNING.   A.
ll. W. edwards
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads   rind   Birds
Mounted
HARVHY, McCAItTKR
AND PINKHAM
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. C.
Monoy to Loan.
Olllces—Hevelstoke,    B.   0..     ud
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
KuHKHT  SMITH.
Provincial  Land   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKE.NZIE  AVE.,
BOX    106,    RE\ ELSTOKE
.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT
P. 0. Box 146. Revelstoke. B.O.
REVELSTOKE    COUNCIL
No.   81,   Royal   templars   ok
TEMPERANCE
.Meets  .'very   Ind  and   Itli   Thursdays
in     Oddfellows    Hall,   at 8 o'clock.
Visiting  Templars  are  cordially   invited to attend.
W.  BS. MUN80N, S. C.
A.  D.  TOI Il.N Kit.   it.   8.
KOOTENAY      LODOE,  No.  ifi A.  V.
and A.  M.
Regular     meetings are hold In MAS
uMi    TliMI'l.E.      Oddfellows'       Hull
on tbe Third  Monday  in each  mouth
at  i p. m.      Vieitmg brethren      an
moi J.ally  welcome.
ON, w. m.
Vi. U.  ROBBRTBON, Secretary.
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P.O.Box 3, Revelstoke
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Dcbt'Utuics to lii-Ii.iy iin , o»t lo the'
iti      MT.      HEOBIE,   No. MU.
Of 1. 0. V.
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. • .   House  every  second
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AM    B    ' HURON,   Rw   Her
U.  W. O.  W.
VI , mUla   view  (amp,  No.  U*
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ilay.    in  nun   month   .n     Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting   Woodmen  are
n. uiu-nil
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JAM)..'  m.in i vi:k, i lerk.
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Meets '•■"»    Tburattaf evsnlng   in
iikirk Hnll ni i o'eloek,     Visitiug
brstbres eordlsllf Invitedi
JOHN UTON
JAfl   M \niii'-
OOLD itANOE LODOB,     K. of   p..
NO. N, RE\ BL8TOKB, n   0,
Mnets  ivurr   Weilnredsy   fJrept    th»
Ihinl  Wednesday ol •»<•!>  month      lr
Rlectric Restorer for Men oddteilowt1 iiaii at « o'eloek. vim
Phosphonol   - <■.'■■'•■■■ ■■  ,no Knlchti we cordlslly invited.
1    ,.  HI  i.r ,pet   Ii'i' ' ' *
vim anil vllahlv    I'l.matiito i|r< ,i . •    •'
■reekeeei »»ert» at tart mhn.pbmmnl will
in.ka >'nl •-""i* in I • ,. p ■ I ->» r., (wn Inl
II MaiU-l •-. , .-|.|,... TheScoWII Drsa
0»..lt. Cstlv   in.a  Oul.
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M. tf la
Smoker's Supplies
Tliv uhl reliable imw has the Inri^i'sl ami besl line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in lhe City, nnd our prices are right. Fifty brands
ol cignra lo choose from. Price from $1.00per box up; not mude
irstn scrap either,
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
din sini'k   of  Calabash   Pipes is smnll on account of the
crop being a failure this year and quality poor.
Briar Pipes in cases from $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous H. B. B. brand. Bvery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Cases and Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Kacks. Tell us what you want and we will
suit vmi. If you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will be sent to
jour home for approval.    Buj only while slock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the wliisknys we are
Hilling are the best. Cull and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Fi niuu Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blaakberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest Steamersf rom Canada
New $.$. Laurentic, 15.000 Tons Each
New S. 8. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, Aujuit 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-olass iill Cabin sondes.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 feet long, 18,000 horsepower 514 Feet long
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I8B9
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906
1911
Capital       -
* 3,000,000
* 4,000,000
Reserve    ■
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4,(100,000
Deposits
28,677,780
35,042,311
Loans and Investments
27.467,090
38,854,801
Total Assets
33,01)0,192
48,237,284
Hub 83 Branches in Canada, anil Agents and Correepondente In all
the Principal litles In the World.
A QENLRAL BANKING UUUINEBb THAN8AOTCD
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intoreet allowed at hlghset ourrent rate.
Revelstoko Branch, w   h   PRATT, Manager
Fruit Land:
FOR SALE
Nuienii liny laml" in parcels oi
10 nr '20 aoTM or tin blue. Corret<-
pondenoe invited,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
BatlSaactlon RimiAntTil
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Shop in Cumminjr'i Transfer
Lui.u.w-, fcjvconU btreet
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post Graduate,Chicago.Univertlty
Specialty   All   Porcelain and
i'ast down lirifl^e Work
Cor. Granville and Robson Sts.
Vancouver
Over Harrison1! Drug Store
Phone tii-y—S22-X
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at   ■
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C
beforeibnying yon» 'mi-
ii: •■! HOT king clothes
lm abe-busb. I make a
• I'l-rwlty ol l.'.^i;tng
Sla.es, ran!*-. Sn, Miirtt
Blankets anil everytliinp
.equitetainyoau buuaue,
/" WKDNEriDAY, JULY 24th, 11112.
THE MAIL-HEBALD,: IRZE^aaiLSTOIIKrii!
WEDNESDAY, JT.'I.Y Uth, 1')12.
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THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUE DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
Bargains in Children s Wearing Apparel
In the Ready-to-wear we have arranged several
new tables of Bargains. One contains Children's
Aprons, Rompers, Dresses, etc. All going at each
50 Cents
Misses and Children's Straw Hals
Clearing out all our Misses and Children's Straw
Hats in the Millinery Department. These are all
sorted out into groups at about half price. Big
Bargains in each lot.   A lot at each price	
50c, 75c. and $1.00
Womens' Print and   Muslin   Waists
A table of Women's Print and Muslin Waists, All-
Over Aprons and Child's Rompers, at Each	
75c.
Ladies Blouses    -    Wash Underskirts
A table of Fine Muslin Blouses for Ladies, Wash
Underskirts, Children's Coats, Dressing Sacimes,
all at one Bargain Price	
$1.00
Two Hundred Fairs of Ladies' Corsets
Barrettes, Back Combs, Hair 0
rnaments
Highly polished Tortoise Washable Shells, all the
new colors and ideas, from
15c. to 75c.
All White.
T. Corsets.
Sizes 18, 24, 25, 2G.    These are B. &
Reg. $2.25 a pair.   Now going at
$1.00
LADIES' HAIR NETS New, invisible,
with elastic, pure silk fringe nets, all colors, at 3
for 25c. or each -Jo CENTS
Lovely New White Party Dresses
In some of those stunning creations that we are
noted for, in Ladies' and Misses' sizes.   All prices
$5 to $25.00
New Silk and Satin Ribbon-All Widths
2c. to $125 Per Yard
FOR THE BOYS- From 1 to 6 vears-
All Wool Jersey Suits, fine Cashmere Knit Cap,
pants to match, all colors and sizes, from
 S2.25 TO   $3.75
New Bibs and Feeders for the Baby
loth.   All sizes.   Some
5c. to 20c.
Made of Oilcloth.   All sizes.   Some with safetv
pocket, at  '
Groceries and Crockery Department
Pork and B
eans
Just the thing for hot weather. We have
a full line. Van Camps, 1 and 2 lb. tins, in
tomato sauce; Clark's, 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins, in
tomato sauce, also plain; Heinze's, in 1 lb.
tins, in tomato sauce.
Preserving Apricots
Now is the time to get them. Leave your
order with us and get the choicest.
We also receive every morning all kinds of
Fresh Vegetables and Table Fruits.
Fancy Biscuits
We have a large assortment of Christie,
Brown & Co. and Huntley & Palmer's fancy
biscuits, new in and fresh. Christie Zephyr
Cream Sodas and Ramsev's Cream Sodas.
T
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DON'T  OVERLOOK  OUR   BEST   DEPARTMENT
Sunbeam Tea—put up in 1 lb. packages or
in bulk.
Red Label-Good Blue Label Best. The
choicest Tea in B. C.
Then we have the Woodcraft Special—3 lb.
for $1.00, and 20 other different kinds, done up
in half and 1 lb. packages and tins.
Cose & Sanborne's Coffee, put up in 1 and
2 lb. tins.   Nabob Coffee in 1 lb. tins.
Mocha and Java Beans, ground fresh.
Our Special Colfee Beans ground fresh—
3 LBS. FOR $1.00
GET THEM AT HOME'S
China and Glassware
In this Department we are ready to serve your wants. You will be looking
around for a suitable wedding gift for your friends who are about to join the
largest society in the world, and j^ou will find it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty things in our stock.
MIDSUMMER SUIT SALE
We are putting on Sale the Odd Suits left over from
this season. They are all first-class stock and right
up to the minute in point of style. First-Class goods
in imported worsteds and tweeds, light and dark
patterns, in all sizes.
They are all the 20th Century and are the acme of
perfect workmanship and fitting qualities.
You can't afford to miss them at the price.
$15.00 Each
&&.
SEE OUR
CANVAS SHOE BARGAINS
ALL OUR CANVAS SHOES FOR
MEN will go on the table at one
price. These must be cleared out
at once as we cannot afford to
carry any over. Low and high
Shoes in white, tan and grey colors.
ALL OUR CANVAS SHOES
TOR WOMEN
SALE PRICE
$1.65 PER PAIR
will also be placed on the table at
once at Bargain Prices. These
comprise grey and tan Oxfords
with leather trimmings, a few
white Oxfords and a few tan
duck Oxfords.
SALE PRICE
$1.50 PER PAIR
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $ for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We have lhi' largest assortment in the city, most of wh ch
are Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell ni a price Unit saves you the middleman's profit.
Scrims—by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
MadrM—We have both colored and white  in very dainty  designs, from 20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
__Ui suit every taste al prices that are lower than can be offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also stock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs 9x12
at $8.20; 21x6ft *1.26- 8x6ft $1.96. Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned  that   you want call  in and
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line.
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WEDNESDAY,   JULY  Mii,  11U3.
MIDSUMMER SALE PRICES TO CLEAR
MARKED DOWN ALL OVER THE STORE
vi.  u. Hlilyer.   The   happy    couples law     Into  your own  linmls and  bhe
left the same il ayfor BoJsqua, where way he wns approached amounted to
Ihey   vvill   make   their   la.me.
LADIES' PRINT AND
GINGHAM WAISTS
All good washing cloths	
Sale Price    65c
LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS
Trimmed with Lace and Insertion
Regular 11.60 and J<2 lines   	
Sale Price    $1.00
WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
Ladies'   White   .Muslin    1-piece
Dresses.    Regular $5 und $6.00.
Sale Price-$2.50
MUSLINS AND WASH GOODS
Regular   Price   25c.    and    30c.
Sale Price - 15c
PARASOLS
Regular $2.00 ami  $2.50  Lines.
Sale Price    $1.25
LADIES' SUMMER VESTS
Sale Price -12 'Ac
LADIES' DRAWERS
Ladies'   Summer   Knit    Under-
drawers	
Sale Price    25c
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies'   Tan  Oxfords.    Regular
$2.75 and $3.25 lines
Sale Price    $1.50
Odd lini'S nf Ladies' Pattern Leather Slippers
Keg.  ;■! and $4.60. Sale Price  >2.IKI
Oud Lines of Children's Slippers and Oxfords    Sale Price to Clear.
REID & YOUNG
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Intimidation;   British  law   will
not
POLICE COURT
THE CITV IN BRIEF
Mr. F.  H   ■ ■ y lei '■'   il real to-
Paraffin     i g fruil    Bold
al   Ma l's drug sl  re.
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today froi ti Ip  bo  \ an
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Fur Preserving Fruits we handle only ihe best. Ifyou wish to pro*
cure such fruits as cannot be benten either in quality <>r price, «e
would advise vou to pl ice your order with ns. We will guarantee deliver) ol all orders tuken.
FRUIT JARS AND Rl 'IfiltKUS
This season we are handling the celebrated Mason Fruit Jars in Piirts,
iji.-u t nml li ili gallons, These Jars require nt) conuiient. T.'.ey are
pai excellence.
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What prolcruon Have You in Cube of ACCIDLNT Dy Sea or Land?
IK op in and we will  explain  uur Improved Gold   Bond
Accident Policyi double liability, oul) costing J3U a j ear,
LKJ "ii lilt' nml ?1U,U0U double Nubility, pa> in j  ;. \tm
vteekl) indemnity,
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
The  potato crop  in  Itevelstoke     i
very  good tbis Benson,  and tbe  real,
eallzc the good  grow ing q
and are taking more Interesl  m
,   1 han   l.i'l   as you   will  iioti. c  po
tatoeu  growing     under all   kindi   i .
...ii i,ia.iia aial looking Que.
The ladies ol     St.  Fran,      churcl
aiiuounoe thai  they  mil bold  thi
i,ual .    i.n  ThursJay,   Jul)
.'.Mii al   • p.in.    "ii  thc i bun h  .
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Evei youi   hearl ilj
join in i
li   li   nten
Iti ."    uke Han ;
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few Friends io n Bridge party on Sai
unlay last
Mi-    ll.mmi.,: |iru|  \ii-   x   Lewi
Iti'vi     oke, ui      |..'i  ..a.'  ., holid
• ■I   Leon Spi
i in-  adjourned   un
tonight at  • p.m.
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On Tuosday evening, July 23rd, the
case ol Hi's, versus O, A. Thorpo.was
licai'il   holore  Mai:.si rati'   Hamilton.
The charge of "on the l i.t li July,
Committing an assault, upon une I'.
a. \Vi'stun,"'w,is read over to aciiis
nl. Accused pleaded "not guilty"
Mr. il. S. McOarter appeared for tho
prosecution.
O. A. Weston, sworn, stated- On nf
ternoon ol lCth ,1 nly, 1 was met on
leaving work bj prisoner aud others
au,I informod I must leave towu;
Thorpe told mo this; prisoner was
iIim spokesman ol tho party; I was
paying attention principally i" pris
uiii'i, oilii'is may have spoke, I re
pliiil l .lul imt like the Idea, prisoner
grabed tno, l Jerked uway, nnd he
grabbed mo ai;;iiii and Bwung al rae
witli Iii- li-i closed; lie struck mo u
glancing blow on the bead, as I duck
e.l, I backed away, subsequently 1
tried to get away, backed up, turned
round to see if 1 cuulil buck up lo
something; was bit with a rock, I
bail s cen ;i rock in the prisoner's
hand.
10. i'. Payne, sworn, stated Somo
nf the boys [understand, mot to Und
mil intentions ol this mau, approch
ed bun. The bunch were there, tome
[ruin curiosity I presume; about 20
lo SO. Prisoner was asked ll he bad
quit. Thorpe has a habit ol catching
bold ol people when lie talks to them
I iln '..it iiu-'iui to say Thorpe acted
I si, in a frieiiilly spirit ou tins occas
mn. i look it, Thome's Intentions
were peaceful; I did not mention this
peculiar custom ol Thorpe's holore.'
Weston stopped when Thorpe caught
hold ol bis aim. Thorpe asked West
oil if lie iuuI quit an.l n be Intended
to quit, Weston mumbled something
IVcstou jerked back and began to
liaek up; Thorpe nia.le a pass nfter
Weston reached to his pocket. 1 do
say tonight tlial Thorpe made the
pass after Weston renched to his poc
k,'t; my statements the other hearing
wen-   Correct .   II   1 suid  Thorpe       III,uie
the i'ass before Weston reached loins
pocket  timi  statement  was correct.
Kii'l.  Robinson,    sworn, stated-   I
was working on this Tuesday, Baw  u
crowd     standing  outside  the  shops;
waite.l  as 1  Understood  tlley   were    lo
Interview Weston; Thorpe met West
on 1 could nut bcai whal Thorpe
sail. Thorpe grabbed hnn. he raised
h.s aim, I cannot say il he bit bim
or not. Weston stepped back, put
h hand In right band pocket; backed up, turned round nnd Btarted to
run, pulled a gun and 1 left.
mined i ilid nol i ec the
rock until It bil li.m. I have worked
in  tl"- i  years.   Thorpe '
■ re  in the crowd
ow;     l cannot    deny |
IVest    not, '
l cannot    remember   who, '
mei  log
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TACKLE
SPORTING
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tolerate Interference with any man's
liberty, li will nol he tolerated In
tliis country or In this town, and any
such eases will bn severely dealt Willi
\nyone committing a common assault; is liable to ii fairly heavy sentence. I will Imposed a line only, the
(nut of such a conviction being made
.iii.l n warning from Ihis court iHsueil
to all others, nill be sufficient to pre
vein a repetition; I must, see justice
dono an,I acl  according to the law,
Ymi are line,I JIB anil eosts, or ail
duys in jail.
Court, adjourned at  8:50 p.m.
BUSINESS US
Ilea.I   Howson's   Sale   Ail.
How oil's $10,000 Sale is now on,
eill  nnd  iret   priees.
I',   acre   irnnil   laml   for  sale   near   l'.
I'.u. hotel. ■ 11. N. Coursler.
Howson's Km nil iui' ami Cnrpet
Sale has oxceeded thlcr expectations
in tho past few days. Rememlior it
will continue until fin.nun worth oi
goods are sold. Prices cui to tho
core.
If ium TO RENT—1 have „ nicely
furnished room to rent, on Third
street, one block from McKenzie
avenue, quiet house. Apply to Mall
lli'iiilil Office.
Two splendid lots on north side ol
Sixth  Street, $7.1(1 cash for  both.—H.
N. Courslor.
That carpel i.s as cheap as I could
get it in Winnipeg, so says one ol
Howson's customers, alter making
liis purchase._
'Kro-Z:
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
Minister Coming West
Ottawa, July 22- Oolonel the Hon.
Sam Hughes, minister ol militia, ac
companied hy Mrs. Hughes and tbe
Misses Hughes, lefl last, nighl on a
four weeks' trip to I he Pacific coast.
Colonel Hughes will Inspect the various militia properties In tbe West
und will ascertain the uoeds of the
Wi  imh provinces with regard to tbe
oreel f  .Inll  halls,   a  number ol
Western towns and cities are asking
tor armories, mle enuges an.l other
necessaries ot military organization,
ami the colonel will tin.I out at first
hand jusi what local conditions warrant, iu th.' way of expenditures,   lie
expects lo lie hack ill Ottawa aliout
tlle in,.I.tit' of August au.l will sail
on the 21st with a half ilozen Cana -
ilnm officers, tu attend the British
Army   manoeuvres.     He will     also
spi'ii.l ii few tluys watching llle tier -
man ami French manoeuvres before
returning to Canada about thc cud
of September.
Visits Kamloops
w. a. Smythe, manager ol the Em
press theatre at Revelstoke, was n
visitor in Kamloops yesterday. Mr.
Smytllo's vis-it was to collier with
Manager Webster of tin, opera house
willi a view to keeping Hie various
"wildcat" theatrical companies tour-
log Canada irom imposing on the
patrons of the different opera bouses
through   the   interior  ol   Uriiisli   Col
uinnia ami a systematic clrcuii     was
formed in keep each manager In Hie
Interior post..I us to ihe standing ol
the companies playing their respect
ive bouses.—Standard.
MUSIC—Mill Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, I'".It.A.M., Loudon, ls prepar
rd to take ii limited number of pup
ils (or tuition in music. For terras
npply at the residence of .1. K.
Johnson, first house weBt of the bn*
I'ital.   Kirst   street.
CIVIC HOLIDAY
\; the request of a great oumboi
ni ih.' citizens ol Revelstoke, who
hnve askeii ihat tins iiay he declared
ii holiday l il" hereby declare that
there he a holiday in the City ol
Itevelstoke on the 21th day ol July
from the hour of 14 o'clock until 17
o'clock.
Vi. H.  SUTHKRLA vi),
Mayor.
Victor Hornless .Machines 6 from
%'ifl upward".. K lleoii Phonographs,
Irom $19.50 upwards.—Revelstoke
Music Store, McKenzie Avenue.
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SEE OUR WINDOWS
Roae and Glycerine Soap, half pound cake, 20c., 3 for
Sli.fMi a dozen.
Baby's Own Soap 26c, per dozen
Cucumber. Oatmeal, Buttermilk 50c. per dozen
DON'T FORGET TO LOOK IN THE WINDOW
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERBY AND SO
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Wl'. SPEC I \
f.tni)   ir ci ■■ led, fi
I.ate Spring s ■
I imp in when , ind see ..•■   ite *-
and pattet n   to luil the mo il
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Strt.ior)  Hat."; Foot-Rite Show
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
By the End of this week or first of next we
expect to be located in our new premises
recently vacated by the Revelstoke Meat
Market, where we will offer for sale a
splendid Residential Subdivision in
REGINA, Sask.
At $150.00 Per Lot
Watch the window of our new office for
large Oil Painting of Regina, and this
space for full particulars.
We Have Some Good Snaps in Revelstoke Houses
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency. Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. Q. FOLEY. Managor, MacKonzio Avenue

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