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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.     Price $601
Interior Pubhsning Co., Agts.i
The Mail-Herald
Visitte'Cards u
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Vol. 18-No. 5J
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JULY 111, 1912
$2.50 Per Year
...THE HO^ BEAUTIFUL...
AGATE WALL FINISH
In Beautiful Tints.
Mix  with  Cohl   Water
Anyone can apply
35c. 5 Pound Package
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</.   ^TINE! ALABASTINE!
<>       -'il Favorite.
Shades
Fresco Co.jrs 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.
Does not fade. Mixes with water. Is
germ proof	
$1.00 PER CAN
FLOOR   PAINT
FOR THE BATHROOM
We believe we have the best paint
Do il in White.
made.   You take no chance with our
Satinette Bnamel is the best that
paint.    Gets as haril as iron.
money can produce.
75c. Per Quart
You'll Be Pleased
FOR THE DINING  ROOM
FOR THE BEDROOM
You want a change!    Tired of the
varnish 1    Stain it over the Varnish with Baplac.   Basy to apply.
Brighten tlirni up!
Vou will lie surprised how cheery
you can make a room look with a
can oi our paint.
Good Effect
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 cjTVIagic Polish at 50c.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
NEARLY FOUR MILLION VOTES CAST
IN MAIL-HERALD'S VOTING CONTEST
0T
Blanche McCarty Wins, Edith M. Cooke Second,
Utter An Exciting and Very Closely Contested
Race.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Office -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed - 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -      6,000,00u.00
Reserve        ...       -        6,000,000:00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents ttt all principal points InJCiinada.
Agents in Great Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Hank, Limited. Chicago- First National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle— Meat tit i National Bank, San Francisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National B.mi ripokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of 81 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Children's Sandals
-Children's Romeo Sandals
SIZES, 4 to 10*
Three and Four Straps
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
TJRED
.THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with its bright, spicy
flavor nnil (riiuriincy.     Sold   ill   1   lb,
lead packtgeii
Price,
35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G.
W. BELL
P.IO. Box 208            GROCER & BAKER            Phone No. 93
The Mall-Herald'a voting contest
lms passed into history. Ten energetic
people have received substantial re
wards for their efforts during the past
six weeks und the Mall-Herald hus
many new readers.
It wus the biggest Voting contest
in the mutter of sustained onthue
iusm und Interest and in the mutter
ot subscriptions secured, ever held in
tbis section of Uritish Columbia. Tbe
contest hus been a most successful
one und fur exceeded the returns ever hoped for.
Baturday wus a busy duy for the
candidates und n is doubtful if uny
one on the streets missed the oppor
tunity to subscribe for tbe Mall Her
uld or the Canadian Home Journal.
riome subscribed for both and a good
muny puid their subscriptions ten
yearB in udvnnce.
The winners muy well feel proud of
the fact that they huve mu a great
race and huve come out with the
honor ot having outrun und outclassed workers wbo huve themselves
done exceedingly well und would if
tbey hud been pitted against ordin -
ary candidates have hud enough votes
to win.
The Mall-Herald is grateful for the
remarkable co-operation and ussist -
anee it bus received at tbe bands ot
the contcsiuuts, unit to the public for
the  Indulgence  and   generosity      with
wub  which  the  candidates have been
supported.
We wish to thank Mayor Sutherland, Mr. Hnrber and Mr. .Uittler for
the time und the careful accounting
of  tbe  ballots.
We the undersigned judges, after
carefully counting tbe ballots in the
Mail.Herald's voting contest, hnd
tbe following to  be the winners:
Uranil Prize, WOO in go-d—Mies
Blanche McOarty, 1,487,100.
.Second Prize, Upright Grand l'iauo
-Miss   Kdith   t'ooke,   739,640.
Solitaire Diamond Rings—Olga Roman,   612,460;   Elsie   Hooley,   415,M0;
iBva Hay,  l'.ts.aoo;     Oynhrene   Mate,
:i42,r,40.
I Gold Watches—Mrs. W.G. Kile, 300,-
000; B, li. Woodland, 63,000; Francis
'Lawson, 129,000; Mrs. Arderton, Taft
1264,000.
i    We  congratulate   the  fortunate  ciiniliilutes,  who  huve   been  so highly  re-
I wurded for the time and    the energy
| they have given to the contest.     We
; congratulate  the  less  fortunate can-
I didntes  upon  the     splendid    support.
I sriveti  them  by a  host of friends.  We
congratulate   the      Mail-Herald   upon
the     magnitude  of    thc  undertukiiig
und  upon  it's remarkable success,
tSigned,)
Vi.  H.   Sutherland,
Oliver  Cutler.
J. Guy  Barber.
Contestants will kindly cull  nt the
ollice  of  the  Mail-Herald  and  receive
their prizes.
A HEAD-ON
COLLISION
A head-ou collision occurred near
Watmore station, this side of Kamloops, when two freight trains collid
ed. Engineers Kipp und McStcvens
in charge. While information ib very
meagre regarding this wreck, it is
learned that tbc firemen of both
trains were injured and a Japanese
killed. The wrecking train left here
about 8 o'i'lock this morning.
Province Sends $5,000
At u meeting of tbe provincial executive yesterday it was decided to
contribute live thousnnd dollars to
the relief of tbe sufferers by tbe tcr-
nudo in Regina, aud Sir Richard McBride wired to Premier Walter Scott
advising him thut bis government
could druw on the government if this
province  for that amount.
Since his return .o the c.ty oil Win
day Sir Richard nas made rare.ul
inquiry through Premier Scott ub to
tbe needs of tbe stricken city, and
having ascertained all.the fucts in
that regard he felt that he would Le
carrying out the wishes ot the peo -
pie of Uritish Columbia if he recom
mended to the executive thut .1 sum
of live thousand dollars be at once
placed at thc disposal of those, who
are administering the relief funds, as
a practical token of the sympathy
which is felt by all for the bereaved
and afflicted      ot    the    Saskatchewan
capital.
IJ  acre good land for sale ncur C,
P.R. hotel—11. N. Coursier.
governor Mcintosh
Appointed Inspector of Customs
tor Dominion
The following dispatch from Ottawa
will be read with a good deul of in
terest by mnny friends iu British Columbia of "Governor" MucKiutosh,
Who was considered one of the bright
est 111.mi who carue to the weBt 111 it-,
curly development, and who did u
great Jeal ol gootl for this province:
"Hon. CH. MacKlntosh, of Victoria, former governor of thc northwest
territories in early years, has beeu
appointed customs inspector for the
Dominion of Cuuadu. Mr. MacKiu -
to?h bas been a well-known figure 111
political circles for muny years and
was ut one time owner ol tbe Ottawa
Citizen und u member of parliament
for Ottawa. Later he was at the
heud of the Le Roi mine and long u
resident of Rossland."
PIANOS PLflVER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small ^Musical Goods
Ottawa nelier tund
Ottawa, July, u—The government
bus completed arrangements in connection with tbe giant of $30,000 tor
tbe relief ol the liegiua cyclone sul-
[ercrs, and the following message was
sent toduy to the mayor of Regina;
"Dominion government bus authorized au immediate contribution uf
,'..",""■ in relief of tbe citizens of He
g.l..1 and Vicinity who huve sullercd
in the re.eut cyclone catastrophe,
Please uilvise whether pel iimnetit re-
liel committee hus hecn formed uuU it
so 11-K their cbuirmun to coiuinum -
cute     wub me  how   tbe luud is to be
udniiuisteicJ un.l uuy other Information be may deem relevant, Would
like to have ut earliest possible dute
for tbe infoimutiou ol the government authoritative report us to the
extent uf tbe disaster, wub us muny
detuils us possible. I'leuse accept my
BMUrance ol our most sincere sytn
pathy iu great calamity which bus
befulleu your community anl our best
wishes ior tbe speed;,  restoration of
your beuutilul and progressive city."
A similar message wae s.ut to tbe
mayor of Chlcoutiml, announcing tiie
Un tbousuud dollal gruut to the tire
sullerers m tbat town. In this cuse
also Information oslotbe appoint
ment uf t permanent relief committee
was asked, \i. official list of casual-
Itlei in the Regina cyclone reached
Acting 1 1 eni,,'! lvrley today ftoui
Mayor  Ml \tn.  Confirming the  list ill
ready published,
BRITISH MANUFACTURERS
VISIT REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Are Entertained by Board of Trade and Progress Club
Distinguished Party Highly Impressed with City
Call and Inspect ]
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
Rev v.. c. Oaldei returni <i on Mon
day morning from Salmon Arm where
on Sunday be occupied the pulpit of
the Presbyterian church. Mr. Cuider,
by special reqm     ..; the Orangemen
I   i|      till -ll tilt Mil
.v. tb suj,«) evening services.
Dn Saturday afternoon, word wus
received In the form of telegrams,
-tating thut ihe British .Manufacturers, now touring tbe Dominion, would
arrive in Hevelstoke on Sunday morn
Ing at 11 u. 111. The progress Club
uuJ tiie Kevelstoke Hoard 01 Trade
were at once couiuiunicuieil  with uiul
II was unuuiuiously decided in.u tne
visitors snouid be etiLertuiued by tue
members ol these two buuies, to the
utmost extent during tbe short time
uvuiluble.
The train conveying the distinguish
ed party, arrived ut ii:JU u.m. sum-
day morning, and was met ut the
station by a large number ol mem -
bers composing u deputation Horn
the l'logrcss Club, n.i.11.1 of Trade
and citizens  of KcvelBtokc.
lue main party, who were returning lo ibe eust via tbc C.l'.H. mum
line, ouly bud some twenty minutes
between the arrival uud departure
times ol tbe train, miring tins period
Organiser Vi. I'ulmer, who ib conducting the tour, was introduced to Ver
ious  members  nt   the  deputation, und
III tuiu Introduced the deputation to
the members of the travelling purty.
\ iii mus citizens took udvuntuge of
the occusion to ucuuuiut the travel
lets with the resources ui timber, wu
ter power, mineral and Iuu.I, und the
tourist uud scenic uttructtuiis uf ltevelstuke and  district;  two hundred  cu
pics uf the Mail-Herald special edit
lun, were distributed through tbc
spcciul train, The reports given, so
Impressed the party, tbut some eight
members decided to leuve tbe special
truiti uud travel to Lethbridge via
Hevelstoke uud tbe Arrow Lukes, and
to stop over iu Hevelstoke for ut
lfuBt oue duy, 111 order to become bet
ter uci|iiuiul<'.l with lbe attractions
which bud been so graphically describ
ed to them. Kight members, namely
Messrs.      U.W. QoodchUd, of I/oiidos;
J. Davis, Swansea; a. 11. Redfern,
Birmingham; R, Hunk, Hull; A. Sol
iers, Keigbloy; A. 11. Hansford, Muu-
obestar; c. Howell, Sheffield; and tl.
Boyliss, Birmingham, Bngfand, who
represent .111 old country cupltul ot
some $200,000,000, 11 portion of which
is understood to l»> lookutg for openings In the Interior of B.C., then adjourned to the Hotel Bevelstoke,
where luiieh wns partaken of, In cum-
puny with several lending ItevelHtokc
citizens.
After lunch, motor cars were requisitioned ami the entire purty wero
taken for 11 drive up to the Columbiu
Canyon, und south to Mr. Lawsuit's
ranch, several hours being spent ad
miring the scenery of the Canyon und
thc lontrasiing calmness ol the high
iy cultivated .oil, reteutlv redeemed
trom  the   wilderuesB by  the eflorts  of
Messrs.  Hume nnd Lawson.
A Visit was also paid to the cele -
iuate.l nursery ol Mr. Joseph Maley,
where luscious strawberries, the product of fur famed Hevelstoke soil
aud climate, were enthusiastically
sampled, uud ou to the ranch of Mr.
Colbeck, tbe popular engineer of the
S, S. Kevelstoke, whose cherries,
grown on practically virgin soil, were
pronounced uusiirpussed by uuy test-
id  111  Kent itself,
Uy tbis time eveniug wus approach
ing, ami after the labors oi tbc duy
the party were driven buck to tbs
hotel, where they purtook ul u genuine Western dinner, provided by Host
McDonell, At 7 a. m., the lollowiug
morning, the putty of visitors left
for thc Airow Lakes, currying with
them, the pleasantest recollections of
tbeli stay With the hospitable citiz
ens  ol   RevelBtoke.
V. M. CA. Baseball League
After the very exciting game uf
Tuesday evening, which wus played
between the i'ugtes und J.B.C., tbs
captains  ul  the various  teams met 111
the Physical Director's ollice to   ur-
range  lur  the  playing  uf  the      puBt -
polled  gumes.   Tlle  tirst  ol  these   wlll
be played ..a Thursday, uud will   be
Iiii.shed  on  the  I'Jth.
The schedule will be uontiuued every   Tuesday   und    Friday at seven
o'clock.    The   following   is  the  bihed -
uie commeuciug July Wrdi
July JB—I'iralcs v.  J.B.C,
July 80—Pirates v. C.P.R.
Aug. j—Businessmen v. J.B.C.
Aug.  6—C.P.R,  v.  'iuBii."BBUieu.
Aug. »—Pirates v.  i.B.c.
LBAQUH STANDING,
CP.R.—Played four, won three, lost
one,  tu pluy  two,
Pirates—Played six, won three, lost
three.
J.B.C. -I'luyi-d four, won two; lost
twu,  tu play  twu.
Businessmen—Played four, won one,
lost three, to pluy two.
Oil and Gasoline Stoves
Meat Safes
See our window of these goods. Just what you
want for the hot weather.
For the next two weeks we will sell these Meat
Safes at the low price of $3.75. Absolutely vermin proof.    Every one a bargain.
Our s'ock of Oil Stoves is complete. Just what
vou want for a quick meal.     Call and See Them.
BOURNE BROS,
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
b.
ati
Groceries for Particular People
White Figs, per lb  10c
Evaporated Apples, 2 lb. for  35c
Coledyke Baking Powder, per IG oz. tin  25c
Old Country Chickory, per packet  20c
New Fruits and Vegetables coming in.
John McIntyre ^ Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFT'S
PREMIUM HAMS
AND BACON
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MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE   I
OF MEN'S AND BOYS' SUI1S
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
$10Suits;Now$ 7 50
$ 6 Suits Now $ 4 25
$ 4 Suits Now $ 2 95
At i. iin ii.in. tonight,    Wedneeday,
on  the   V.M.O.A.  (TOUndl,   what  pin
' mines   to   he   one ol   Uie   livst   baseball
'games of tne season will be played,
between two looal lodge* nanwlj the
I Oddfellows and tne Orangemen, The
'membership ot the playing tennis will
lbe Itriotly  llmitfcl  to the two orders,
'unii will bring ubout u combination
ul  iilnyeis such has have ncvor    liren
before  seen  in  this city.   There    will
'be a large attendance ol    supporters
ol tbc teams, uud the general public.
McRae Mercantile Co.
THE HOME Of GOOD CLOTHING
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A.LL TIKIE   TUMIE
ELGIN   EJXHN   EIX5IN
WATCHES
BEST ON   EARTH
jr. G-TTY BAEBEE
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
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TSE  nVC^IL-HEJU^LD,  REVELSTOKE
WKDNKSIUY,   JULY   10,   1912.
A SNAP!
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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.
$100 Grant to Veterans
Ottawa, July
Twenty-five thoua
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SATCBDAi   AT
REVF.LSTOKE.  B.   C.
n„Lulun ntrtii
jntcrtoc publteblng Compang,
Limited
J. K. JOHNSON,  Manager.
HAI.IH  il.  BCRUTON,   Editor.
ft'EDNESDAY,   .MIA   1",   Wlli.
tm   - r        •      ■ tbi   Mail I b'
est, l tii   .-.v.  I. most
nn ist successiul aavoi
  icription  i i ...ne
i ampaigi   i ■      cai i leu uul   in  Itevel
t■   -.-   .....     Hsu i-t       came to a close;
t tin  ...-(.    ;otes unu     casu
were   placi ine    ealed   ballot   ho»
tl......   .   and    "ii
ning,      .,t   t ii.    Imi-Ml i.ii
in tbe     pres, uce ol     tbe tbrec
, . lg> m,  i: v'as opened, .iii-i tbe
votes counted.   Tne detailed  lesull is
in  '.:..-  issue, uud t.ie win
■ ■   ■ lugratulation-
,   Irienus uud supporters
whilst thoi ■■ ere  unsuccessful iu
.   • uning tbc  . rai d pi izes, will Keep
:l    diamond rings and  watcbes,     as
b   tvenirg ui a memorable, well fought
contest.
The proprietors .-; the Mail-Herald
entered , tbi undertaking, involving tbe expenditure ol     over sj, I
in cash, with well denned idea;- as   ..lands and will be a great boon to tbe
me  results   Khicu   were  to  be  aimed  settlers  wbo are  presently  there and
at sl- achieved,   Tbere were     man)
weak kne<      . .-.        .      wbo  propbea
Among others who  were  taking  Uu
baths  Here   tins   week   were    Mr.   T
Mi.Maiius,  wiie and  daughter of Cal
gary,    \H.i,   HU.   Urett,   llanii,    .\ii
an.i   .Mrs.   Uigelow,    lingers   I'ass,   It
h    McLeod,     b'urnie;     ivir. aim  Mrs
.\|ilrlieii,   Nelson,       Airs.   ,I.S.    Powers
and  eluiil,  KamloopB;     Mr,  Mclnnis,
bilverton;  H.s.   Squarebriggs und  t'.
Newsotne,   Hevelstoue,   .Mr.   and    Airs.
.I.ii,.i.y,   \ .mi Oliver;   .1.   I'lHlirr,   Koss-
land;   U.K.   McDonald,   wile  and  child
Vuncouver; A.  WUsuu und  wile,  sas
I.ii,."ti,   Ail',   nn.l   Airs.    Ale,',    \ UllCOUN
mi .  und  many  others.
Airs, linjii. who ls alover ol atiiin
ais, lms gut  quite a niunugcrie.   uue
,,;    liu-   lliuniest    Hic.ul-    is   to   see       a
young bear thai was captured some
in,.inns ago, an.l is very tame, luaK
ing   ineii.is  with  a gosling  thai    gol
'i.i i an,I .mai,;,' i.. walk, and a
nan i-i,.imi I'b'tcKeu  taking care ol an
ul'pllltll    duckling.
I he large I ruck •■: line Iruit lunds
on tne opposite slue oi lhe lake, is
being siahcit oil by a survey party
u i* reported have been employed ny
a large company thai nave acquired
tne ian.I- and inlend to ileal si,iiim
acres on each lot, erect buildings and
sin   in  i,una  Inle  unit   farmers.
inr. Kiluar.i Trimble, provincial su
perintendent of roads, was hero during the week making arrangements
and looking over the road that has
been started from bete to Uai. na bay
ibis opens up some  very  hue     (nut
and applications have now been received lor the $100 grant ta the vel
et'aiis uf the Fenian raid, not mote
than one third uf whom ean possibly
qualify. Already three thousand live
hundred applications have been examined and passed upon. Warrants
were issued lur ihe hundred dollars
in each favorable case, making a stun
uf une I hud  uf a million,
I'p to a few weeks ago, the veterans were under the Impression that
the money would eome in a few days
Hut then it. was said that the veterans would  have to wait.
Two I'onrsv- remain, The governor
can, by means ol a governor-general's
warrant, make the money Immediately available or Ihey ran leave the
whole matter over until the next ses
sion, when th,' money for the grants
ean be voted by tho House in the us
ual  manner,   lt is thought that   tbe
former   ease   is Ihe  une   lhe      govern-
mint will adopt. Su many members
i.f Ihe ministry aie oul of the city,
and actually mn of tlie country that
it i« lik.lv iiu action will tie taken
in Ihe matter until the return of Mr.
Borden and his Knglish colleagues.
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BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet   me at  the  Savoy.
Hig reductions in baby carriages al
I low son's.
Meat chests ut llowsou's,
and  $ii.uU.
lor S3.00
Kor really choico Chocolates,
in at  the  Sugar Uowl,
drop
ied a lailure;  tu .-ume the time    wus
will  encourage others  to come in.
Mr.   Blondin       has      started   li
camp  and got   in   his  runway   to    the
Lut   .,      rtui thers      were dubious   lake,      and    expects   lu   have   a large
,13  t<   y-t   organization  ol  the    cam    shipment   ul   ties   ready   within     tbe
paign, ....-   many ; Bolute  next  month.
union inatelj   in      Tlli.   HBUing  is   very   good  at      th.'
Henelstoke,  as elsewhere,  a class     oi   ,,,■ llt ,,„K, am|   „,„,„.  „,   tDe
[Uitti rs, ,. ho lie down
themselves at  the  first  signs ol    de-
... condition
mism,   Some oi these
-   .-.  was    *:. , rediculed the Idea
of a      ■"■-'■    rom thi   outset, and  by
theit  unjust criticism during  .ts pro
gress  •: :• .•■ ored ti   n ilify uur eilurts
towai Hat the progressive
tors of the Mail
more than justified
■ - ,.:s
Ma.. Hei al        '•   ■ ing contest,
'.-.•j?.. •        it  rt   was ■■. strictly    local
• vel y       ■•:.    ol tbe  money
in,   was Bpent In this citj
■. ct.   Tbe   ;
al      merchants,
ladies     whu
.   irs       oui  midst and
everj ma     and  advertise!   li
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argi    ■   rease   of
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■ 'in,    very   hum   basket       Ml     I la:
ner   having   caught   twelve   on   Satui
lay. some ,■'  wbich     weighed ,,., i
pounds,
Anyone doubt inj
qualities ol      the  su.,   un   '■■      \
Lakes have only   ti    visil   *'.i
gardens, which  ari   i •■ -
growth,   '1 be.,.  gardi
the  hotel ou the lull : here
is   nu  doubt  judging   fi om  «h it     Is
here seen, that  tl
with.n  the  next  tew   )  al     ■ i
tbe Okanagan  in thi
iruit cropi
Mr    P.  A.   (i Kan-.-.
tei, intends v
ext weel
Victor llorulcss Mucbiues 6 from
♦-" upwards. bldisou l'bouogrupbs,
from Jl'J.Ju upwards.—Hevolstoko
Music  Store,  McKeuzie Avenue.
Uon't torget, peaches and cream ut
tbe  Savoy.
The "Sugar Uowl" be cream is
unsurpassed.
See the Uevelstoke Hardware Co.'s
advertisement for bargains iu screen
doors und  windows.
Try one of l'robyn'e speciul dishes
of ice cream called the "Carpathian"
Smile.
Ouly a tew hanimockB left at How-
sou's. We otter these at greally reduced  prices.
MUSIC—-Miss Johnsou, pupil ol A.
Miller, P.R.A.M., Loudou, ib prepared tu i.im' u i.nui,,! ii..in.mu ol pupils (or tuitlou in music, Fui terms
apply ut the residence ot d. K.
Johnson, first house wesl ol the hospital,   Kirst  street.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lu the  matter ol  the  instate ot William  Herbert  Jo     i       leceased
Notice    is    hen   •      given  tbat all
creditors  and     others  having
:   the   Estate  ol
,'lallll-
m   Her
■ ; t  Jollifle, late ol  Kevelstoke   B.C.
deceased,   * bo died  at   Revelsti
or about 1
the under-
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LATE ARRIVALS
THAT MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY
Wc have just received some lines that were
ordered early, but have been shipped late. We
must get them out of the way. They are seasonable goods, and when you see the prices you
will want them.
Colored Wash Dresses
These are oue oi the prettiest lines that we have ever
shown, We have llieni in sizes Irom M to 'IJ. They come
Cluiuilirays and  Ginghams,   well  made uiul
Prints,
prettily
llalateu
trimmed,
, (onMissei
ukI
mil
something   particularly  nice
small women.
in
Prices from $1.50 up
Collar and Cuff Sets
These hm been scarce ami hard to get. We were lucky
enough to pui up a nice lot of manufacturers samples at a
big discount,     Kvcryone says they are  the  prettiest aud
i heupest they have seen.    Lome in anil see them.
Women's Shoes
Everyone knows tbe quality of shuts we sell. There is no
better shoe made than the Empress, Wc are selling$4 no
and S4.5U slioes for	
$2.65
Classic Shoes for Children
We have these in all sizes from inaliits to huge girls. If
there is a better shoe made (or children we have not
heard of it. We have made a sweeping reduction on all
of lliese, and you will save money by buying a supply at
this sale.
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of 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
Sash, Doors. Mouldings' Turnings
We are in the manufacturing business of
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
rJMetal, 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 DQ0R FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
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DUKBAR IN KINEMACOLOR
__ AT EMPRESSjTOMORBOW NIGHT
One    ol    the    most interesting    and impresseil      Into  service,  from    every
picturesque regiments of soldiers     m point,  thousands ol camels and   the
any   part   of   the   world   is  the  Camel novel   -igbl   was   then   presented      ol
Corps maintained by the Uritish Uov "Tommy  Atkins" riding a camel    in
ernment  in  Egypt ami 111 India,    anil full regalia of war.   The Camel Corps
which   formed   a picturesque   feature of really  saved   the  situation  and led to
the niagn.tiiient Durbar    Coronation the defeat of    the hosts   of fanatics
Ceremonials whicb  were enacted     on who followed the green banner ot the
the plain outside the City ol    Delhi, "False   Prophet."   Krom   Unit     day
India,   last   Decembet   when   King llvo- the Camel  Corps has been an import-
rge  and  Queen   Mary oi  Kngland   were ant   branch  of  the   British   Army      of
proclaimed   ICmpcror an.l  Empress ol occupation in Egypt, and the Soudan
India   an:   rulers   ol   more  than     four and  in  India.
millions •■'.  \ pie. In Ihe recent     Durbar     Coronation
a  the Camel Corps ol Ceremonies In India where King Geo
Marry or Move
e three months
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.L.D., D.C.I.., Prenldent
ALEXANDER LAIRD
General Mnnnser
JOHN AIRD
Analiitant General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS
Interest at the current rate; is allowed on all deposits of $1 and
upwards. Careful attention is given to every accounl Small accounts
arc welcomed.    Accounts may be oponed and operated by mail.
Accounts may be opened ia tlie names of two or more persons,
withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. ,.
REVELS TOKE    BRAi\rH~F   Nl.  GIBSON. MGR
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This lost in lillinKaloiiKfeli 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 Shoe Repairers, Saddlers Harness Makers
Pretty Patterns
AND ALL NEW
Tl
Wall l*apei'H we want you lo seo
arc strictly this senson** productions
They are unquestionably superior in
beauty of design and artistic  coloring
to an* we have  ever shown,  ot  that
you can see elsewhere. 4
It should not be difficult lo induce
you to examine them. Will you do so
soon i*
HOWSON & CO.
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INEMACOLOR
tKinrf|ETOpafrp.rxGr*etingaa' aian  Mutiny of   IA.S7
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JUST   OPENED jj
THE REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE g
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House        f&
in.
6. C. Sends $5,000
Vancouver,    July  6—The I'rovincinl
government   b.is  iriven   five    thouoiiriil
dollars  to      Regina  fmnVrcrn.      Viin-
er ha ted  m\e thousand    and
North       Vancouver    has  vot<*d      to
Jiuudred and fifty.
m.iII    bo
In    u« ii condition l hat  thej   can nol
IjC   lll.it'-l ..i •'■'       ■
la t year, which  was one of the earl
■     ■  .
Mr.  i' ,-'■; .   . i: ■.   ged  tht
lun     tbat a littl    thn atening    would
it    iut.   but  tht   el,.hi
man     Baid  tic    thought    threat
I bt ■ ele - I'-, is decided to
take legal .1 tion ivhen the council
cot the complete list ol the liachc -
lore,
Marriage law
Montreal, duly ",-- According t.,, ;,
1.1  .' gram ;    1 om  Hon   1     J
Doherty, al present in Nondon, there
Is ever; pi ospect ol the mat 1 lagc re
ference cut,'- proceeding More tii"
Privy Council ami being finally die
posed  of      iliirmr;   the  com He uf     the
present month.
All the counsel connected nritfa tin-
cast aro already In Bingland with thc
cii-eiitlon of I'.U. Mignault, whu will
havi for Loudon ot onco.
I
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i   lecline
irti 1 m
1 !m   ii.,, ,1' 11, ml
.ell to accept the  lowest   or
ler.
papers  uuhll ning   thi
1 Isement  without  n 11 hortty  will  not
be paid.
\. i,    i VRVIS,
I 1 nnl   Oopul -.   Mild itci .  mii I
crotai    oi  Vgticul  -'
Department of Agi
Ottawa, 20 Juue, IOU,
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enei    to
realise ! 1 reglm
lens     up i-i    nf I he  .'..ihu '
Do erl 1 mi boi n : noi only Ml t\c
11 mn i" iii. ' llmate Imi they wen ibi
lei ■ , overy I rim- 1 bey al tompttKl to
nn.v. 1 bi . sank toee deep In bhe
-inti ng   .itids.
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Only  White   Cooks   Employed
Have had 15 years experience as a caterer
dai y of England   uere
mi f.  No., .1 .1   in 1   Kiiii'i.
imidst    i.-iii-m .,f  gorgeou    ui
I y  the darnel    Corps
an     Important   uari    i»    the
II mai 0I01   ]'.' 1 nre     of
.ill  the 01 ..-• ial
lature   the enmern  man se
the
'.im,-    including thi   1 tmel
-    ■ !   by    h ■    K in-
1 Imp ■       '	
ted  in    New
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The 1 .,';,- ,1 .
-    ;ed  lm :,il,i
in in tl      ell v  at   tho  l''mpre ■  the
atre,  fm   1 in i-e nlghls comim 1 1 ng on
1 bin 'i.i.  ovt nun'.  July  llth,     with
mat nn I-,   un     l'i "liv  bu I   B il irdaj
ilng pi ices will I"- .'.m   to 11, and
111 it iiium   p| [ce ..   j,,,.   ,,ni|   ;,n
Low   iitircH   on   Wicker   furniture at
llowHon's uo*t week.    Watch tho allow
Kr1iul.11 $5.25 Meal Ticket for I he Dollars.
I J. Pappus and J. Chitsas,
4
  Proprietors
Nlucncnliii Avenue, Kevelstoke, B, C
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Avenue, vticiint June 1.1th. Apply
The Hevelstoke General Agencies,
Limited.
yiock .u action, Uvucral Kitchener j window.
FOR SAliB   lloiift nnd  Lot on Oon
naugbi  Avenue, one hull block (rom: poB
lo  t      .Stre.'t.   I'rice,    Iflo'iO,    caBy
tei niH.
Double house  lo rent nn  Kirst  St.,
Unity    dollars nor month.    Apply i
Revelstoko General  Agencies, Ltd
SALI5—Bookcase W'r.tiiie, denk.
Apply Miss McKenzie, at Mm.
Hulder's. Third street.
I'ltKl'". — Boys and Olrls, sell 21 nr-
llclei     nt  10c. each and receive   a
really useful fountain pen iree. —
Write  llevitn  Supplv   Co.,   Dept,   six,
Vernon,  B.C,
FOR SALB—Several loads .1 i.i;iit.
kindling wuod. Apply to Hevelstoke Sash and Door Factory.
TO LIST-Modern huubc un McKenile
Fun halm—a modern ten-roomed
bouse, situated on Third ntroet.
Hevelstoke, in best residential district. Inspection invited. Apply
to Mr. W. Binder, Third »♦, .et,
I'.cvUtuie, Ii. Q,
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THE  ^CA-IlL-KERJ^rilD,',. REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  Jl'LY  10,  1112
V
Strange Adventure
Some perilous adventures in unknown Brazil were described hy Mr.
A. H. Savage Lnndor, the well known
traveller, who line returned to London.
Tho journey was ontered upon in
March lasy year, and occupied fourteen months and practically from the
beginning difficulties were encounter -
ed and surmounted with the true explorers    zeal ami inventiveness. Mr.
Luudor related how ho secured two
meu, who remained luiehful servants,
and four others of u criminal type,
who openly professed their intention
ol killing him in the belief that he
hud money; and with these attacked
the prblems of unknown  Brazil.
From the starting point the course
wua steered by compass and sextant,
lie ai ini'ii liis confessedly treacherous
followers with rilles, revolvers, and
knives. "Myself," he explained. "I
curried no weaponsexcept when after
game, and I went tho entire distance
from the Atlantic to the Pacific,
without having even the smallest pen
knife on my person. I had no special
clothes ulther—1 wore only my Lon
don clothes."
Once he narrowly escaped being shot
In his sleep hy "tie oi lis men. A if
glon was entered reputed to lie in-:
fesbed by cannibals, and Ins followers
became disaffected, asserting that Mr
l.andor was taking them, "to perdition." They mutinied and at a village they reached the four doubtful
followers left liuu. onlj lo return and
they recommenced their journey, travelling for a considerable distance
on ii river, "which" sai.l the lecturer, "was one of the most diabolical
I have ever met.'' Their progresa was
Impeded by the circumstance that
they had frequently to force n path
through the woods for then- canoi at
places where the rives was not nav
[gable. And the canoe weighed 2,uuu
lbs. For one period of GO days," Baid
Mr. 1.an,I,,i. "we were never dry for
one moment, We spent the tune tn
tbe water, eieber pulling, pushing, or
leading the canoef"
Eventually they left that river to
make the.r way through the forest to
anothei, the Maderia. The party had
ample  provisions for this journey   but
lure again the malcontent four upset
preconceived jilans. They onjected to
the loads, They threw away mo-t ol
the foodstuffs, aad made themselves
so ill b> eating BUgar tbat they were
unable eo continue and with his two
faithful followers—a negro uud a
muliito—to pi-li .-ii and Obtain assistance for those left  behind.
Without provisions, the three ol
them, ill and unlit, struggled uu (or
16 duys uut il tbey met a rubber collector who relieved their necessities.
Tbey had a rifle, it is true and ;:no
cartridges, und then fate was hutn-
orousij detailed by Mr. I.an,lor. "The
forest gave nothing." he said. "no
fruit, iio birds, nu lish, only BWarms
of ants, until one day we saw a big
bird. We Bred at it every cartridge
we possessed but they were damp ua.l
the bird sal perched on the tree sing
ing uud apparently veey Interested In
what   we  were duiug."
After si\ or seven days uf absolute
lasting severe illness descended upon
the three. If they fell millions of ants
attained them. "My meu lost their
courage. ' Mr. Landor impresslvelj
continued; "they wanted to die.   .   .
Tbo negro smoked all the tune, ami
smokers have told me that bad 1
smoked I should have Buffered 61e8S
But tbe negro suddenly became mad
and was about tu stub himself With
tbe knife." The kuife was wrested
from him and closely guarded, and
next the mulutu implored .Mr. Laud-
or tu kill bim.
When their sufferings were almost
Insupportable they met the tinier
collectur. Alter his lust meal the
Englishman collapsed and lay unconscious, eventually reviving sufficiently
to retrace Ins steps and Dick up the
men left in the forest.
Seldom has a more thrilling narrative, been told In mure uua«Biiui!ug
laufuuge than that employed by Mr.
Landor.
the harbor. This is one of the safest
amilBOment  devices  ever  invented  nnd
has been a means of    amusement to
millions of people all over America.
It is the lirst one ever installed in
Vancouver.
The roads through the grounds are
all being steam rolled and macadamized und many beds of flowers placed
This i.i particularly noticeable at the
outran.-o and Superintendent Grlsen-
tliwuili' is to he congratulated on the
manner in which he is arranging
things.
There are no dead flies
lying about when
WILSONS
FLY PADS
are used as directed.
All Druggists, Grocers and General Dealers sell them.
SALE   OF    MINERAL    CLAIMS.
la the County Court of  West Kootenuy  Holden at  Revelstoke.
Frank.  McAuluy   vs.   Beatrice    Mines,
Ltd.,  iXou-pcrsuuul  Liability.!
A.  A.  Bomuu  vs.     Beatrice     Miues,
Ltd.,   |iNou-personal Liability.;
John t.iundersou  and  others vs.  Beatrice    Miues, Ltd.,    iiNuu-peisunal
Liability.)
Pursuant  to  tbe  judgements  m the
above actions  bearing  dute the 30th
(June lull,  the order  lor  sale therein
cuutuiued und thc   Directions   given
herein ou tho 2nd May, l'JIZ, tenders
will  lie received  by  the     uudersigued
for   thu      purchase   uf     ihe  lollowiug
mineral ciuims:
"Beatrice" Miuerul claim lieing Lot
No.  loSii, Uroup 1.
"lidmond" Mineral claim beiug Lot
No.  2634,  Uroup  1.
"Fulsum" Mineral claim being Lot
No. 'Ii!i7, Uroup 1.
All situate near Oamborne iu the
Lardeau Mining Division of West
Kootenay District, B.  C.
Considerable development work has
beeu  done ou   llle  Beatrice  claim.
Tenders are to be made iu writing
and Bealed and marked "Tender for
Beatrice Mines property" and addressed to the undersigned at Revelstoke, II. 0., on or belore the lstu
day  of  Juue,  11112.
The highest or any tender nut necessarily accepted. Further particulars uf the properly will be furnished
on application tu W. I. Briggs,
Plaiiitills Sulicitor, Hevelstoke, B.C.
Dated this Sth day of May, 1812.
w. e. Mclaughlin.
Deputy  Registrar  County  Court,
RevelBtoke, B. C.
First  issue Muy  S,  4weeka.
Cement sidewalks
that  Uie
LIQUOR  ACT  lillO.
British Columbia University
Act
NOTICE is hereby given that Wednesday, the llltb duly, T.I12, is the
lasl day for Registration of Members
of the tirst Convocation of the British Columbia University. trior. 11,
chap. 234,  U.S. mil)
A.LBXANDBR  ROBINSON,
Superintendent ol EQducabioa.
Victoria. B.C., 3rd July, 11)12.
NOTICE
NOTICE
The i
time f
or receiving
tenders
lieie-
iu  has
beeu
extended  to
August
1st,
1912.
ROYAL   NAVAL   COLLEOE
CANADA,    HALIFAX,   N.S
OF
lievelstoke  Land DiBtrict.
District  of  West Kootenay.
Notice is hereby given that I, Adelard S. Bloadia, of Halcyon, B. I'.,
occupation Shipwright, intend lo apply for permission to purcbuBC tho
following described land:
Commencing al a post planted at)
chains south und 10 cbuins west trom
the South Fust Corner ot Lot 7072,
Uroup One, Kooteuay DiBtrict, uud
marked "A' S' Blondln's North east
Corner l'ost" theuce south 4U ehuins,
thencc wost 2U chains, theuco a. rth
Id chains, thonco east 21) ehuins more
or lesB to the poiut of commontc -
mont, and contuining SU acres, more
or less.
Dated tbis 25th June, 1312.
ADKLAHD  S.   BLONDIN.
Tho next e.\umiuatiun fur tin) entrj
of Naval Cadets will bo held at tbe
exam.nation centres of the Civil Ser
vice CommisBiou in Novemh.tr lii'i,
parents or guardians ol intending
caudidutoB should apply to the becre
tary, Civil Service Commission, Ottawa, lor eutry papers hefore 1st
October next.
Candidates must be betwcui the
ages of 14 aud lu ou 1st JANUARY,
1918.
Cadets are trained for appointment
ub oilicers in the Naval Service, tbe
. ourse at the College being two yeurs
followed by one year in a Training
Cruiser, alter which Cadets are rated Midshipmen.
Further details can he ohtalucd ou
application  to undersigned.
U.   J.  DESBARATri,
Deputy Minister of the Naval Service
Department of tbc  Naval  bunco,
Ottawa,  May  lith,  1912.
nrst   issue  June 22
Vancouver txhiDiiion
Mtboiigb Vancouver's third exhibition which is to be held fioni August
JU to 17 Is til several weeks dis-
tanl, tne grounds and buildings ate
.1 inve ol industry in tlie preparation
work which i- now being earned on.
From all sides comes tbe sound of
labor und those who huve visited
ilaut.ugs I'ark during this summer
will bo surprised ut the changes which
have and   ale   being  mudo.
The buildings both outside uud in
hove heen renovated. The grounds
from end to end put in lirst class
shape und thc park section behind
the show     grounds proper extending
south, buvc been put In shape! Thru'
tho dense bush brunt uiil paths have
ixteu run hero and there rustic seats
placed under the trees, uud in a very
Short time Hastings I'nrk will rival
the other natural parks in the   citj
in point of scenic beauty. The lily
jiotids and fountains which were pro
posed lust year uie now being gotlO
ahead   with  mul   these   will   present  u
very pleating eight when completed,
On the show grounds a mammoth
roller  counter  und  scculc railway bas
bean Inttalltd by Mm B.O, Amusement
Company, atso tbtii merry go round
has licen put In pluce. The hcciiii-
ICeniC railway extends over a nt)-
block mid is high enough to got     a
WATER NOTICE.
For a License to take aud use Viator
Notico is hereby givcu thut James
A. Shields, ot Hevelstoke, B.C., wdl
apply fur a license tu take au.l use
Fifteen (li) Miner's luchos of Water
out of Caribou Creek, which lluws in
u southerly direction through Tim -
ber Limits 39273 uud 43026, und empties iuto UowBio Crock about two
milos Irom lhe Columbia river, 'lhe
water will be diverted at a point
abuut one aud u half miles north of
Downie Crock trail and will be used
for domestic purposes on the land
desiribed as Certilicate of purchuse
413 Hevelstoke Luud  District.
This uotice was posted ou the
ground on the 4th day of Juue, 1912
The application will be tiled In the
ollice of the Water Recorder, Hovel -
otoke, B.C. Objections may be liled
with the said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
JAMES A. SHIELDS, Applicant
By Andrew  Kitsou,  Agent
NOTICK.
Rovelstoko Lund District.
District of  WeBt Kootenay.
Tako notice that 1 Alice Hillmuu,
of Uerrard, B.C., occupat.on Married
Woman, intends to apply lor perrnni
sion to purchase tbo [ollowing dee
,. 11o.l lunds:
Commencing ut a post plunted on
the North shore ot Trout Lake abuut
in chains wost und 2U chains north
from tho Noi tli West Corner of Lot
7860, theuce oast 2D chains, tbence
Soutb 20 cbuius, thence Wesl M
Ohaina or hus to shoro of l'i out
Lnko, 21) chaius moro or less to
point of commencement, and con -
taining about 10 acres mure or less.
Dated  1Mb day of May  1912.
ALIOS   nil.IMA'.
Per   1 mi. *   llilliiniii.  Agent.
NOTICE.
t'L'BLIC NOTICE is hereby given
thut the i.in.ni..ni l'ucitlc Hallway
company did deposit lu thc Lund
Registry Office in tue City uf Kum
loops uu the Sth duy ot November,
1911, under No. 993 i'lun, l'rulile and
Book uf Reference uf proposed spur
tu bo constructed by tho suid Company from its main line at Mile
Board 43.8 near the town af Sicamous, theuce running Northerly and
North-westerly across lhu Suuth-cast
North-east and Nortb-wesi u.uarters,
Section 1, TownsbJp 22, Range h,
West of the bth Initial Mcridiau,
thencc Westerly across lotB 1035 and
iii, Uroup 1, Kumluops Division of
Vale District near riicamuus in the
Provinoe u! Uritiah Columbiu, to the
premises ol tho Columbia River I. in
l" npuny,   and   that   thirty   days
aft. r  tins  notice  oi   us soon      there
o'mi ae the application oan be beard
tbe  Canadian   Pacific   Railway   Coin ■
puny  .titeuds  to  apply   to the  Board
of  Hallway  Cummissiuners fur Canada for authority lo     construct      the
aforesaid spur.
Dated the Uth day ot Juue, 1912.
E.   W. BATEMAN,
Local Right of Wuy
and  Lease  Agent,
Canadian   Pacific    Railway Company,
Vaucouver, B. C.
Noiicc is hereby given
Municipal Council of the Corpora -
tion of tbo City of Hevelstoke, in -
tends to undertake the construction
ol Concrete Sidewnlks, Curbs aud
Crossings ou uud along
1.—Thc South Side of First Street
from the Eust boumlury of Orton
Avenue to tho West boundary of Robson Avenue, together with all neceB-
sury  crossings.
2.—Along tbe North Side of First
Street from the Enst boundary of
Orton Aveuue to the West boundary
of McArthur Avenue, together with
all   necessury   crossing*..
3.—Along the North Side of Second Street from the Eust boundary
• it Orton Avenue to the West boundary of Ruilwuy Avenue, together with
all  necessury crossings.
J.—Along the North Side Of First
Street from the East, boundary ol
Boyle Avenue to the Eust boundary
ot Wynn Street together with all the
necessary crossings.
5.—Along the West Side of Orton
Avenue from the South boundary ol
First Street to the North boundary
of the lane, with a crossing on the
suid lune.
li.—Along Victoria Hoad from the
West bouudury of McKenzie Avenue
to tbc East boundary of Connaught
Avenue, together with all necessary
crossings.
7.—Along the East Side of Con -
naught Avenue Irom thc South boundary ot Victoria Road to the boundary ol Second Street, together with
all  necessary  crossings.
S.—Along the South Side of Seventh Street from the East boundary of
McKenzie Avenue to the West boundary of Vernon Avenue, together with
uil  necessary crossings.
9.—Along the South Side of Second
Street Irom the East boundary of
McKenzie Avenue to the west boundary of Railway Avenue, together
with nil necessury crossings.
10.—Along tbe East Side of McArthur Avenue from the North bouudury of Second Street to the South
boundary of First Street,    together
With  all   necessary  crossings.
According to specilications and estimates prepared by the City Engineer appointed for the purpose, and to
assess the expense or cost, thereof
upon the land or reul property abutting on the parts of such streets a-
above mentioned, and to be benefit-
bed thereby, and that a statement
showing the laud or real property
liable to pay the assessment therefor
and the names of the owners thereof
as fur as they can lie obtained, together with the specifications and estimates of the City Engineer and the
proposed assessment and report there
on of the City Clerk, arc now on tlle
in the office of the City Clerk, and
open [or inspection by all person.
during ottice hours.
The estimated cost of the work Ib
111,498.18 of winch it is intended thut
the City ut large shall bear the whole
of the cost of the work on street
crossings and necessary retaining
walls, und one-third ol the cost oi
the concrete sidewalk, tbc property
owners bearing two-thirds of the cost
of tbe said sidewalk, thc total estimated amount to be borne by tho property owners being $H,S1316 and by
the city  at  large J5.284.97.
Any objection to thc proposed undertaking and assessment therefore
ehall lie mndo by petition to the city
council within fifteen days from the
date hereof. The persona entitled to
petition, being the owners ol the
land  aflertc.l  thereby.
BRUCE A.  LAWSON,
City Clerk.
Dated  at   Revelstoko.   B.   0.,   July
3rd.   1912.
Notice iB hereby given that thirty
dais after dale hereof, it is my Intention to make application to the
Superintendent of Provincial Police,
for the grant ofa license for the sale
of liquor by retail in und upon the
premises known us the St. Looti Hotel, situated at Bt. l.eou Hot Springs
II.C, upon tlie lands described as
Lot No.  1139.
Dated  this  27th duy  of   June,  1912.
M.  GRADY,
Applicant.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice ia hereby given that William
Blair Robertson, of Hevelstoke, B.C.
will upply for a license to take und
uso (l.r>) liftcen Miners itichcB of water
out of Curiboo Croek, which Hows iu
a southerly direction through T. B.
311373 and T. B. 43020, and emptieB
into Downie Crook, about two miles
from its mouth, Columbia Hiver. 'lhe
wator will bo diverted at a poiut 11
miles north of Downie Creek, and
will bo used for domestic purposos
ou the land described as Lot 10199,
Hevelstoke   Land  District.
This notice was posted on tho
grouud ou the Ith day of June, 1912.
The application will bo Hied in tho
ollice of tho Wuter Recorder ut Hevelstoke,  B.  C.
Objections may be filed with thc
said Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller of Water Rights, I'ar-
llament Buildings,   Victoria,  B.C.
WILLIAM   B.   ROBERTSON.
Per Andrew Kitson, Agent.
Corporation ol the City
of Revelstoke
TUBL1C NOTICE,
public Notice is hereby giveu that
it iB absolutely nocessary that disorders of a suspicious nature be reported to Dr. McLean, City Medical
Health Officer or other physicians,
aa soon aB knowu. Failure to do this
is a punishable oQouce.
By Ord'r,
B.  A. LAWSON,
City  Clerk.
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable now has the l.-irgc-t and besl line of Smokers'
Supplies ever in the City, und our prices are right. Fifty brands
of cigars to choose from. Price Irom $1.00per Imx up; not made
irstii simp either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock of Calabash Pipes is small on account of the
clop being a failure this year and quality poor.
Briar Pipes in cases from $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous 11, B, B. brand, Kvery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Cases and Lighters, Poncbee,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want and we will
suit vou. Ifyou cannot call, phone 37 and goods will lie sent
your home for approval.    Huy earl)1 while slock is complete.
to
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody known him, he will
till you that the whiskeys we are
silling are the hest. Call and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Dealers in Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE  OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
^
D. GaUicano, Second Street
HARVEY,  McCARTEH
AND  PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bank Building  Revelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   O.,    aid
Craubrook, B. O.
Geo. S. MeCarter,
A. M. Piukham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Craubrook
ROBERT  8MITH,
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining  Surveyor,
Engineering
Mckenzie ave.,
box 106,  revelstoke
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box 146, RevelBtoke, B.C.
REVELSTOKE   COUNCIL
No.    21,     ROYAL    TEMPLARS'   OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets every  2nd  und   itli  Thursdays
in     Oddfellows    Hall,   at 8 o'clock.
Visiting   Templars  are   cordially   in -
vited to attend.
W.  E.  MUNSON,  8. C.
A. D. TOURNEH.  R.  8.
CANADIKH SH
White-Star-Dominion	
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest Steamersf rom Canada
New S. S. Laurentic. 15.000 Tons Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, August 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-olass (I li
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic
5H2 teet long,  IS,WHI horsepower
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7.
Cabin service.
Twin-Screw S. S.Canada
514 l-'eet long
June 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Neap Cheery St., Seattle
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sile or Hire
by the month at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
H. MANNING.   Agent.
KOOTENAY     LODGE.  No.  ',5 A.  V,
and A. M.
Regular meetings are beld in MAH-
ONIC TEMPLE. Oddfellows' Hall
on tbe Tbird Monday in each montb
at 8 p. in. Visiting bretbren are
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON, W. M.
W. B.  ROBERTSON.  Secretary.
A  trstb supply of     Mi
chocolates han    just arrived at
/ywlcct view ol all -{be grounds, uluo Savoy.-Tr/  ibi-iu.
noted
NOTICE.
Revelstoke  Laud  (5ialr.;t.
District of Weet Kootenay.
Take notice that Karjes. /uoll
Mayer, ot .Mincnpolis, MlDDWCta, occupation dark, inti nis to ,-ipply tor
permlMtoD to pnrcbaM the following
.l.M.ir.ls-d   land".
Commencing at a post planted at
thf Not th west Corner ul Lot >1ID
thence north 40 Chains, tic i cm Wf.lt
40 chains, thence south II I hi M.
thence cast 40 chums to point of
i-oinmi'iiicnient and Containing 160
nn M more or less.
Dated June loth,  1)12
LAKNBiST  ADOLF  MAVKH.
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
COURT      MT.      BKOU1B,    No. 1401.
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.
U. W. BELL, O. R.
WM.   8.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sec.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED   I860
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital       ....        * 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve «. 000.000 4,000,000
Deposits      ....        28,677,780 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.467,090 3ci,854,801
Total Assets        -      -      -        88.090,192 48,237,284
Has 83 Branches in Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal titles In ihe World.
A OKNkRAL BANKINQ BUSIMS8S   THAN1ACTIO
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest current rata.
Revelstoke Branch. VV. H. PRATT, Manager
0. W. O.  W.
Mountain  View Camp,  No.  'i'ii.
Meets Hecond    and     Fourth Wudnes
days    ln each  month  In    Holklrk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmou  ars
cordially  Invited lo attend
A.  J.  WOODLAND,  ion. Com
JAMEB   McINTYRE.   Clerk.
HKLKIRK      LUDUE   VI,   1.  O.  O. F.
Meets every     Thursday evening   ln
Helklrk Hall at 8 o'clock.     Visiting
brethren cordially invited.
II.    BUDOFRIBLD,   N. 0.
JAH.  MATHIE,   Hecretary.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
(iiilena Hay land* in psrcelc ol
10 or '.!0 BOTM or en bloc. Corns-
poniii .n'- Invited,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tlnamlth Repair*, Hot Air, Pip*
«nd Furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught   Ava.    •    RevalatoHa
o(ii.i) tiANOK lowie,     K. of   P.,
NO.  26,   REVELSTOKE.  B.  0.
Meets every Wednesday except   ths
Third Wednesday of each month     in
Oddfellows' Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights are rordinlly  Invited,
tl.  W.  OAKLAND,  C.  C.
0. H. BROCK, K. of ll. & B.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction  Ktmrsntecd
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Bbop In Cumming1! Fnnifer
Jjuildiog, Second Street
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
!v*t Gradu*teaChlcagoa,Unlverelty
Specialty   Ai]   Porcelain  and
Oast * rown Undue Work
Cor. Gram illt and Robson Sts.
V.un ouvcr
inn Harrison's Drag Store
I'honc Bej
Luml
umbermen
_  It will pay you to
*i*M . make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C
before.l'iiyinc vnnr ont-
fit of working clothes
I-i ihr buh I tnske «
special! >- of I.oki: inn
Shoe-.. Pantl. Bott, Shirts
Blanket!, and everything
r mimed in yoat buiiuiH, WEDNESDAY,  Jl'LV  10,  1912
THE mail-herald; revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   JULY  10,  1912.
MALAKWA NOTES
I'nrties desiring Information regarding thc Valley of the Garden ol
Eden, can obtain name fnu ol chai'KO
by writing to Mr. J. 11. Johnson,
Malakwa,  B.  C.
Come to
The Valley of
'The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE. B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,   and   Extending  between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20,000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
ThararW nf ^nil   Bench   Lands,   Clay   Loam   and  Vegetable
IjllaldtUM   Ul  OUII   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Irii/i iliiin   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
\w III .(JdllUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Climdte   Freezing is Average Winter Weather.
Pricks or Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
Come to
Malakwa
. . It Might Be Cold. . ,
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonder-
fui health restorer on the Continent Ourjrecord of cures J3
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled j
and verified by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenerj of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
X.    ALBERT     STONE      FTIOF.
Union   Hotel
HJUST NHWl.v REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
■'■ [month!; rates lo bt arranged.       Meal Tickets, -'. mi •
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. 1'. LEVESQUE, !    •
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    Firtt-CIaes In every respect.    All modern convenience!
• ■ ..-:•• n -
Rat< o £2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Laughton ."&. Tapping. Props. First Street. Revelstoke. B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. Meal Tickets. $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
I!  —=■——•— OPEN  NIGHT AND DAY ||
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant —Short Order
W. C.   BATCH Ki ■• Manager.
SYNOPSIS ,0F  COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
6P^»
H. J. Mt SO ft LEY, Proprietor.
Strictly  First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
i
.
UNION HOTEL
ARKOWHRAU   B  '
Hfiee a   a Itentloti .■ van  to  commeri lei
men   11 il  loui I olesi  h implf
roomi. Finest scenery ni British Golan
hiii, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Dmymg
Handling Pianos a   Specialty
Coul ruining rights ul tho Domiuion
in .M.in.imin, buskutchewun uud Al-
uertu, tho Yukon Territory, the
North-weet Territories unci in a portion of tho Province ul llritit.li Ool-
.111.m.i, muy be leased lor a term ul
twuuty-oue years ut uu uuuuul rental ol »1 an acre. Nut mure thau
i.'onti acree will be leased tu uue applicant.
\i.(.hr.it.mi for louse must be mude
by tho uppucuut in persun to the
Agent or dub-Agent ul the district
ai which the rights applied (or are
situated.
In surveyed territory tho land muBt
be     described    by  sections,  ur   legal
> .1:. divisions of sections, aud In  mi
surveyed  territory   the   truct  uppliod
■ball  bo staked out by tbe   ap -
II plicant himself.
Euch  applicant   must bo accompanied  i.y u fee uf (5 which will be     refunded  rf  the rights applied for    are
not  uvuiluble,   but  not  otherwise   A
lity      Hliull     be paid  uu  the  mor-
i ii,iiiiui,li' output of the mine ut the
' live cents per ton.
arson   i|«'iutnig the mine shall
lb  ii..•   .gent with sworn roturuB
.ntiiig  Inr  the  full   quantity      of
inte .iti OOft]  mined und  |iuy the
lity   thereon.    If   the   coul   mining
« ure m.t being operutcd,     such
!returns  should   be  furnished  at  loust
m „ year.
leaee will Include the coal inia-
ng  i.irbls  hnly,   but  the lettee    may
permitted  to      puichuse  whatever
able lurlacc right! may be con-
red Dtceeeary fur the working of
the  mine ut. the rule of     $10.WJ     an
For lull    Information    application
abould be made to the Secrotary   ot
Department ol Hie Interior,   <it
tawa, 01  to the Agent or Hub-Agent
..' Dominion Lands.
W.   W,  COItY.
Deputy Minister ol the Interior
■i H    Unauthorised  publication    of
this  rvlvertiseniont   will   not   be   paid
fur.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
\ good bargain In o modern reel
deuce witli ample grounds on Third
street.—H. N. Coureicr.
Candidates for Saskatchewan
Regina, July 4—The lollowing candidates were nominated today:     The
elections tuke place on Thursday
next,   July  llth;
Army Kivor, O.A, Scott, Lib.; li.
0. Wmtcluck, Cou.
Athabasca,  postponed.
Bubtleford, S.S. Simpson, Lib.; Ur.
Uwous,  Con.
Battleford North, U.M. Finlaysoii,
Lib.;  J.J. Foley, Con.
Biggur, C.W. Cutberpe, Lib.; L.
Mi inm.ini.  Con.
Cunuiugton, U.J. titcwurt, Lib.; 0.
li. Woods, Con.
i'.ui..i,i. U. Robertson, Lib.; W. ti.
.McGregor, Con.
Cumberland and Dellsle,  postponed.
liugle Creek, Ceo. Harris, Lib.; J.
Q,  Laj cock, Con,
Kstevuu, Geo. bell, Lib.; Henry
Vurdlcy, Con.
Francis, W.G. HoWnjon, Lib.; Ur.
Mtthun,  Con.
Gull Luke, !•'. Lookhiul, Lib. Ur.
Swaiistou,  Con.
Hanley, Ur. J.W. Mucue.l, Lib.; J.
H.uniii,.ii,  Con.
Humboldt, J.A. Turgeou, Lib.; A.
U. Mcintosh,  Con.
Kcrrobeit, J. Wutsou, Lib.; J. M.
Huiibridge, Con.
Kindersley, J. 11. Motherwell, Lib.;
J. Ml Toombs, Con.
Kinistuno, H. Devlin, Lib.; Ur. G.
N.  Gllles,  Con.
Last Mountain, J. Lurra, Lib.; T.
A.   Andorsuu,  Con.
Uoydniinstor, I'. Hylc, Lib.; 0. H.
Price, Can.
Lumshen, Jus. Russell, Lib.; v. C.
Tate.  Con.
Maple Creek, J, Robson, Lib.; U.J.
Wylie,  Con.
Molfuri, ti, ii, Johnston, Lib.; Ur.
Bpence, fun.
Milestone, B, Larsen, Lib.; Ti J.
How,  Con.
Mooee Jaw City, K, 0. Muthows,
Lib.,   W.   H.   Willuiighby,   Con.
Moose Jaw County, J.A. Shephard
Lib., K.W.  Green, ind.
Moose Mountain, H. A, McOee, Lib;
Dr, w. Kiiiott, Oon.
Mooeeomln, a. si smith, lu,,; k.
I-.   Blwood, Oon,
Moose  Hiver,   M.   lv   I.itrh,   Lib.; II.
k. Larson, ('un.
I'elly, J.K. Johnson, Lib.; hi. J.
Johnson,  Con. lb
Pheasant inn . n. a. Ounnlngham,
Lib.; II.H. Wlllwny, (Jon,
Pinto Oreek, s.it. Moore, Lib.; A
Marcotte, Cos.
Pipestone, R, J. phin, Lib.; A. B
OUlll, Con.
l'rince Albert, Dr. Robertson, Lib.;
J.  K. Urudshuw, Con.
l)U'Appeile North, J.A. Mel.uughlui
Lb.;   J.  A.   Mucdouuld, Con.
Qu'AppeUe .South, W.L. White, Lib.
F.  J.   Iluultuiu, Con.
Quill I'luins, Vi. L. lloiisou, Lib.;
A. K. Bonce, Con.
Itedberry, G. Luuglcy, Lib.; H. H.
Pitt, Con.
ltegiua City, J. F. Hole, Lib.; J.
F.  L. Embury, Con.
HoBetowu, C.C. Murk, Lib.; W. C.
Ferry,  Con.
lb.i.i 11i.i n, G. Ens, Lib.; Geo. Bra-
don,  Con.
.Saltc-uuti.. O.A, Calder, Lib.; J.
Nixon, Con.
Suskutoon City, A.l'. McNube, Lib,
Ur. H. Munroe, Con.
Suskutoon County, W, A. tiuther •
lund,  Lib.; Ur. Bulmer, Con.
Sheliu.ii.k, A. AlcUwen, Lib.; ti. J.
Donaldson, Con.
Souris, R. F. Forsythe, Lib.; J. J.
Hcuslep, Con.
Swift Current, Walter ticott, Lib.;
llov.  F. G. Forstcr, Con.
Thunder Creok, A. Beaudreau, Lib.;
A. ti. Gallagher, Con.
Touchwood, W. Atkiusou, Lib.; W.
Bryce,  Con.
Tramping Lako, L. ticott, Lib.; R.
J. tipocrs, Con.
\ i.min, F. Tut/.k.-. Lib.; Q, W. Lu-
row, Con.
Wadeua, C. Pierce, Lib.; J. H.
Hcarn, Con.
Weyburu, J. Mitchell, I '!>.; Ur,
Bowman.  Oon.
Willo Bunch, ti. C. Wright, Lib.;
W. W. Uavidson, Con.
Yorkton, Tl H. Garry, Lib.; W. U.
Uiinlop,   ''mi.
WANTED — A competent girl for
house work, three in family. Apply
Mail-Herald Ofllce.
Cold Medal. London. IMI
1...,',,!.'.,./. IIICWGRADE Tta
A whirl of an Indian Garden 's fragrance cornea to the
tables ol   the   Western World
Ridgwaya
Tea
Its strength makes it go fur-
tnlr tlu
In Seal.il Air I l.-l.i I'kj.
All Blob-Clan.
Order Trial Package
TO-DAVI
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I WEDNESDAY,   JULY   10,   1912.
THE T&A.TT,-TTttTlJ±TjT)J"t BEV13LSTO IKI-E
WEDNESDAY,   JULY   IU,   1912.
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2- ftume & Q°-> Aimited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
1,000 Pairs of Hose
Ladies' Fancy Cashmere, all sizes. Regular
$1.00. Ladies' Fancy Cotton. Regular 75c.
Ladies' Plain Cotton, Regular Price, 50c.
These are all in perfect condition. An immense bargain at   	
25c. Per Pair
Clearance of Wash Goods
1.000 yards of Linens, Muslins, Fancy Cottons, etc.. a clearance of all our Fancy
Wash Goods. No use to describe these.
Come and Sae. They are 35c to 50c. goods.
All at one price	
Per Yard 25c.
100 Children s Garments
Aprons, Waists, Dresses, Blouses. A cleanup of Print and Gingham Wash Garments.
All at	
50 Cents
Ladies' Muslin Waist
A new lot of Ladies' Fancy White Muslin
Waists; some of the finest we have ever yet
shown, with the New Square Dutch Neck,
short and long sleeves. A real Bargain at
each	
$1.90
Children's Wash D
resses
A Table of Children's Wash Dresses, all new,
this season's goods; fit little girls from 1 to
7 years. Some of those cute French and
German dresses that we were selling at $9.00
and $2.50.   All going now at	
$1.25 Each
Dresses for Young Girls
Another lot of Dresses for girls from 5 to 16
years. Linens, Percoles, Prints, etc. All the
best in the store in this pile at 	
$1.90 Each
Groceries and Crockery Department
Fresh  Strawberries and all other Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables Arriving Daily
Now is the Season for Home Preserving
See Us about your Fruits, Fruit Jars and all
accessories, They are here for your
inspection, in all convenient sizes*
A Large Stock for You to Choose From
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 you will find it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty things in our stock.
Men's Working Clothes
We make a specialty of good working clothes for men. When we say GOOD we
mean the kind that wear and give comfort. Let us show you Mr. Working-
man that it pays to see us before buying. All we ask is a full opportunity
to introduce our lines to your notice.
Men's Working Trousers
Grey English Whip Cord; wears like iron; full
fashioned, buttons hand sewn, two hip pockets.
Price- $3.50 Per Pair
Striped Worsted —Neat and serviceable. A line
which will give you the most wear for the least
money.
Price—$2.50 per pair
PURE WOOL TWEED Thejgenuine Halifax,
medium weight.
Price—$3.50 per pair
BROWN CORDUROY—Made from the best of
English materials, peg top, cull bottoms, belt
straps.   You can't wear them out.
Price—$4 and $4.50 per pair
KHAKI OVERALL PANTS-Double faced
fronts and seats, belt straps, flap pockets.
Price, $2.50 per pair
KHAKI TROUSERS Light and durable, full
peg top, cuffs at bottom, belt straps. Just the
thing for hard work in warm weather.
Price, $2.50 per pair
KHAKI TROUSERS-Very light weight, belt
straps, full sized and roomy.
Price, $1.75 per pair
The Slater Shoe
For the workingman who desires comfort and
durability we recommend our Slater Congress
Shoe
BOX CALF, two-piece vamp, plain toes. Made
to fit the foot.
Price*-$5.00 per pair
STORM CALF One-piece vamp and upper:
Viscolized sole, Goodyear welled. A shoe with
many years of favor behind it.
Price. $6.00  per pair
Union Made Gloves
A special   that should interest you.   A well
made gauntlet that fits.
Price. 75 Cents per pair
Hamilton
Carhartt Overalls
We have the Sole Agency in this citv for these
Overalls and we grant superiority to none.
Made on full patterns with an idea to comfort.
The very best of American demin. Union
Made—by the first firm in America to grant the
eight hour day. You will be interested the
moment you see them.
Price, $2.75 Per Suit
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 the largest assortment in the city, most of wh ch
are imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell at a price that saves you the middleman's profit.
Scrims by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—We have both colored and white in very dainty designs, from aie per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
to suit every taste at 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 $:5.20; 21x5ft *1.25' 3x6ft $1.95. 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. WEPNKMiAT.    ULA   10,   1912
the mail-heeald;revelstoke
WEDNESDAY,   JULY  10,  1912.
MIDSUMMER SALE PRICES TO CLEAR
MARKED DOWN ALL OVER THE STORE
LADIES' PRINT AND
GINGHAM WAISTS
All good washing cloths	
Sale Price    65c
LADIES WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS
Trimmed with Lace and Insertion
Regular $1.50 and ?2 lines.
Sale Price    $1.00
WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
Ladies'   White   Muslin    1-piece
Dresses.     Regular $5 and $6.00.
Sale Price-$2.50
MUSLINS AND WASH GOODS
1; 'gular   I'rice   2">c.    and    '.in,:.
Sale Price    15c
PARASOLS
Regular $2.00 and  $2.50  Lines.
Sale Price   $1.25
LADIES' SUMMER VESTS
Sale Price-12'.c
LADIES- DRAWERS
Ladies'   Summer   Knit    Lnder-
drawers
Sale Price—25c
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies'   Tan  Oxfords.    Regular
$2.75 and $3.26 lines
Sale Price- $1.50
Odd lines of Ladies' Pattern Leather Slippers
Keg-  s-l and $4.50.        Sale Price  S2.00
Odd Lines of Children's Slippers and Oxfords    Sale Price to Clear.
REID & YOUNG
New   Westminster
JULY 12, 1912
Revelstoke to New Westminster and return
$12.80
Children half this fare—$6.40
Tickets good going July llth and 12th
returning July 14th.
Tlie Oilicers anil members cil I.. O, I..  No, lhSS will leave on the 6:15
train on tiie morning of tlie Illli July accompanied by tlie Hund
All Orangemen intending  i"  visit  the celebration are requested to
leave theil names with the \V. M. or the Recording Secretary.
J. P. HUME,
Recording-Secretary.
W. J. ARMSTRONG,
Worshipful Mastc
COMING EVENTS
,1 ....    ' Kinemacolor  Pictur-
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julj :        I   ■     mm ms   i o.,    al
Haa :    -  Theatrei
Prints '    Bmprcf    Theatre
Ocl    er v—Mai ■.. ing   Mil Ire I,     Em
press Tl ■ atre
THE CITV IN BfiiEF
,;    \   ui ii k   il GoWli n   was a busi-
I tor in town  on  Mun.lay.
Vi.  tt.   li    H    id    ol  Toronto,    waa
,, i    ■ Revi    toki   tins week
Mi s. A. 1 ■ gnan will receiv*
on Fndaj       •    Sth insl      n t( ad  ol
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J.F.  Murras  ol  \ aneouver, alter a
t .v       iys visit i    I >wn,  returned    i"
tbe ten ■   tin.- week.
B    •■ wa
among  thi   man} tors to
■•   this week.
Mount  live
bl« - a Baturday
J ..'■■■ t one o'clocl
agencies
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As llie nine lias arrived when vou musl do jour seeding, we wish
tu draw your atteni to the lact thai our seeds are all fresh ami
new siock not any old ones lefl to shift off. Our Onion sets are
tlie hest. either the IJulch Set ur tiie Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED We hnve jusi unloaded one ear ,.[ Purity
Flour, One Car of No. 1 Timothy Hay, tine Car Feed, including Onts, whole or crushed, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Bran, Shorts
an,I I hops. Ifyou require any uf these, let us quote you prices.
We Can Saw Vou .Monev.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Huve Vou in Cane of ACCIDENT Dy Sea or Lend?
Drop iu and we will   expluin  mir  Improved Cold   Bond
Accident I'olicy, double liability, only costing 130 a yeai
fS.UUU on life and JIO.OG uble liability, paying .'J.s.ih'i
weekly indemnity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
Mi.     an.l     Mis.    Rogers and Miss
fiogOl -.   ol   IIi'.iImI.hi.   M.hi ,   whu   l,n\c
' ii visiting lieie Ioi  two weeks with
Mrs. Kelhe an.l Mis. Dickey, left un
Monday morning lor a v.sit to the
coast cities. Mrs, .1 M. Keliie aceom
puttied  ihem.
timing  recent   ..   toi    tu the  Mall
Mmi.,1.1  office  wai    Mi.   W    B  I
resentiit
: lie -' i tbe well kna
ty journal publ inlon
England, dealing     « .i h tie' resi
and attruci Ions ol the Dominion   Mi
il.it. -   a.,s  en   roUli
umpleted .i round trip
itbering  up to-dnl
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velopments In th.
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Mil.   Mt    Moore  Is .i pioneer  nowspap
'I- mall III i.ii. ,il J ati,I was [ol tei.
veais ore buyer [ol ihe Trail smelter
It Is hoped that li. will :.■■ u
euiitmiie li . impoi '..ni t- p through
thi i: ■ Kcnil listrict ,,i on,e, as np
' ..   depend    :.■:
tic-  l.eneiit  ..'.  Revelstoke
Traders Bank Merger
M
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Pope to Suppress Convents
BURTON CITY NEWS
Burtonites Becured uie- lirst ami two
seconds at the spurts ai Nakusp un
Dominion Day.
A. .1. Graham has disposed ul another ten acre b.ock.
!•'. il. Faquier, Needles, Bold to Mr.
u. Sliittt, of Scotland, who is now
busy getting ready fur occupation.
.1. ll. Oheret of Caribou, sustained
serious injury to his fool., on the gov
eminent roud, by haviing it twisted
clean round, and his removal to the
hospital was prompt. This makes it
Innl for him. as his wife, who journeyed to Europe, last fall, has been in
the Lotgc hospital since her arrival.
Everyone hopes  for  his speedy  return
to Burton.
A, tl. Ward has purchased six acres
from   11.   Stevens,   at   lhe   old   V.C.I..
Camps.
C. Adams uf Michigan, U.S., arrlv
ed tu help liis brother VV. on their recent purchase from  D.   I'l.  Rovellor.
A huth,lay party at the Pleasant
View ranch Sunday, was the rendezvous for Bixteen year olds, to par -
take of the good things provided hy
Misa  II.   I..   Moseley.
An intensive acreage will shortly
he turned over by a Vancouver lirm
to an  English  syndicate,  acting   for
Marshall   Bros.
This is the age ,,f painl. Uurton
will  sunn he a blaze of color.
Miss a. s. Faulds is visiting    ber
parents un Twu mil., avenue.
Government work Is making good
progress all around the city.
>ti    .ml  Mis   James Gordon     are
ng vacation al  M nai
■ii  City.
Thi re is et ...„l  ,,( B  Wo-
.• formed here in
tioi   i ttt the men'i,
Rockefeller's Birthday
man In Am
. i. .nnlveriarj
July   >   John  li.
Stmn -
pent the day
antlco
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BUSINESS LOCALS
A fresh supply of Moores' noted
chocolates has just arrived at the
Savoy.—Try them.
The biggest evenl of the season —
A $10,000 Furniture Sale at How •
sun's,   which  starts  on   lhe   l.'lth.
On Third, near McKenzie avenue-
modern resilience (or sale cheap.—H.
N.  Coursier.
Wash Baby Ribbons, [or underwear
18 yds. pieces, only 60c., at McLennan's.
Wash Muslins, only IOc. per yard,
at McLennan's!
I lows,m's Furniture Sale startB on
July  13th.
Wash Belts, pear',  buckles, 20c. each,
ni   Mel/ennau's.
Pour anil Eight acres fru.t land for
sale  near  eemel mi y.- -H.N.   foutsier.
Sec Howson's furniture windows on
Baturday,  July  i::ih. for sale prices.
LOOK!     LOOKI
We have a few Screens, Doors and Windows left
at Prices never before offered to the public. Owing
to large shipments of Hardware coming in daily,
we are obliged to sell these at a sacrifice to make
room, and, as well, it is a pleasure to us to give our
patrons a chance to buy at less than Eastern prices.
LOOK AT THESE PRICES,  THEY SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
Screen Doors, Regular $3.00 Now $2.15
2.25 Now     1.65
2.00 Now    1.45
"       1.75 Now    1.35
Screen Windows. Reg...30c Now...20c
35c Now...25c
•'    "   "   45c Now... 35c
Complete with Springs, Hinges, Door Pull. Hooks and Eyes
Come Early, They Can't Last Long
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Chancellor
Ranges—the best on the market
WANTED—Teacher for  Mounl   Uetrbio
puhlir   school.   Apply    11.  Smyths,
Sec.-Trens.    Salary,   (Ci,   per   month
NOTICE- Any parlies whu  have sub
scribed for the     Mail Herald, during
the  iti I      vol ini;  contest,   and  who
are not receiving tbe paper regularly
ace requested to communicate with
Editor, at once, as the mailing lists
nre  now   being  revised.
WANTED—Live agenti) for ciuicksell-j
ing novelty of Invaluable usoluluess
Write P.O. Uox 13,  Vernou, B.O.      I
WANTED—Furnished house,   central,
suitable  for small  family,   no  ehil
dren.    Write   Mall-Herald,   liox   »14.
EMPRESS THEATRE
July llth, 12th, 13th   Two Matinees
THE DURBAR
IN KINEMACOLOR
Direct from Seala Theatre, London, Bnjf.
cyt Thrilling, Brilliant Reproduction in Nature's Own
Glowing Colors of the Scenes and Incidents Attending
the Gorgeous Oriental Pageant at Delhi, when King
George and Queen Mary of England Were Recently
Proclaimed Emperor and Empress of India.
Shewn hefore their Uoyal Highnesses the Duke nnd Duchess ol Connaught
and Princess Patricia of Oonnaught.
PRICES. - - $1.00, 75c and 50c
Seals Now on Sale at Macdonald's DrtiK Store.
BOB FITZSIMMONS CO,, Monday. July 15th
rveduifiij Bells
* FRUIT  SEASONS
CORKS JAR RINGS
SEALING  WAX
PARAFIN WAX
Fly Pads
Fly Coils
TANGLEFOOT
lllr
5c
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERI
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Late Spi ii
Drop in ind
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McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stet.ion  Hats Fool-Rite SHom
Others Are Making Money!   Why Not You ?
Just read of a few instances of liow successful our clients have been in recent
investments recommended by us. We made for one Kevelstoke man in live
weeks on
A Cash Outlay of $375; A Net Profit of $475
Another client, Investing i jo, made a net profit of $ioo in four weeks, and
two Other men in six weeks on an outlay of $285 each, made a net profit of $205
each.     We have made good money for the Revelstoke businessmen.
WE CAN DO THE SAME FOR YOU
I  1 .1 week we sold OUt the balance of our 175 dollar lots in   Moose  Jaw  and
ei ured .1 few inure closer in al the original price 1 f $200 each,   which our
manager, who has just returned from Moose Jaw, informs us is al  least $50
,. l.-r market value.     Two new railroads, locating in the   east   end,   aie   Causing
big advances and we are cxpicting a big price advance very shortly.
These Lots are Only One and a Quarter of a Mile East of Post Office.
They Are Recommended By Us As a Bargain
AT   $200   KACH
We Can Make Money for You if You Buy Here
Terms,-0ne Fifth Down, Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Lot ;i! Agency, Home Loan Hnd Contract Co.
E. G  FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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