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Do you want to win the Grand Prize Player Piano Mow on Exhibition at the lie-Oeistoke Mujic Store ?
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"Empire" Typewpitep
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For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $601
Interior Pubhsmng Co., Agts.
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The Mail-Herald
.lrtferfor. PhDlishing Company
TfclNTERS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 18-No.
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Summer Supplies
 ' -2<, —
Coal Oil Stoves Guaranteed Odor.S^.
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Perfection — 2-Burner.                  $K
Quick Meal-2-Burner 12 fa*-
English 2-Burner with Oven, Kettle, Fry Pan, Pot
and Steamer 7 50
Electric Stoves
5 inch $6.00
6 inch  6.50
8 inch  7.50
Electric Irons
Hot Point, 4 lb  ?5.00
6 lb 6.50
National Electric Iron
1 wo'Year Guarantee
4 or 6 Ib $5.00     j    We havejyet to have our
filat iron returned for re-
8lb    6-00      I    pairs,	
Small Oil Stoves
One Burner 75c. to $1.00
Two Burners     $2.00 to $2 50
Ice Cream Freezers
Polar Star, 1 qt  $1.25
Polar Star, 2 qt  1.50
Polar Star, 3 qt  2.00
Polar Star. 4 (it 2.50
Screen Doors.        Screen  Windows
Fly Traps      Wire Plate Covers      Baby Hammocks, $1 up
Lawn Mowers Grass Catchers Grass Shears
Lawn Rollers Edge Cutters
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED
Plumbing Tinsmithing Steam and Hot Water Heating
All Work Guaranteed.
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hoad Ot*lo«   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed            • 6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up             -      - 6,000,00^.00
Reserve        .... 6,000,000.00
Total Assets,       -      - $72,000,000.00
Branches <>r Agonta at all principal points InCanftda.
Agents in Great Britain and United Stales—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. -Chicago- First National Bank, Oorn Kx-
change Nit lonal Hank. Seattle—HeaHb* National Bank, San Francisco—Welle Far-go Nevad.t Nxtioiutl Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings dank Department
Deposits of tl and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from dale of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Reveletoke Branoh—A. B. McCloneghan, Mgr.
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Ladies' and Children's
Wash Dresses
White and Colored
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
REVELSTOKE. B. C. JUNE 1,1912
$£,10 Per Year
A SPECIAL PERIOD PRIZE TO
BE GIVEN BY MR. J. GUY BARBER
Well-Known Jewelryman Offers Prize of Diamond
Ring to Candidate Who Has Most Votes at
the Close of the First Period im the Mail-
Herald's Great Prize Voting Contest-Period
Closes June Sth at 3 p.m.-Standing of the
Candidates Published To-Day for First Time.
Don't all speak at once, and don't
all crowd around tho counter ple'ire.
Just wait u minute, we're go ng to
tell you  wbat tbat man Gii;   Bar* ti
ed by many who are interested in
tbc contest, whether or not it is too
lute to enter. It certainly is not too
lnte. In  fact there has been so littlo
did, who runs tbc jewelry store down   done in  thc contest bo fnr that a pcr
ou  tbc  north end of M Kenzie avenue  did.   He walked  into the  contest
son  starting now  iB under no handicap  worthy  of mention.
ollico thc other duy and told the
manager tbut ho was going tn give
u prize of a solitaire diamond ring
to lhc cunjidute wbo hud thc meat
votes ut tbe close of the first jur'od
Such actions are so unusual tbut
thfl manager has not yet fully recovered from thc shock, but we huve
heard of this mun Barber before and
it lias been intimuted that if John
1). Itockerfellow, thc noted wig wearer, or a Carnegie, the gent who
builds     libraries     in order thnt you
THK TIME TO KNTKK.
Now is the time to get in your big
work while the siibarriptions count
the most. Impress this upon your
friends. Make it plain to tbem that
you cannot win these prizes without
their assistance. Let them subscribe
through you and remember you are
not asking a favor in thc strict sense
of thc word. You are giving value
for what you receive. Now is the
time to enter.
Delays are always dangcroUB, but
and I may spend profitable hours especially is this true of a contest
rucking up money to huy books to running u limited length of time,
put in them,   really  want to get  rid  There  nee many reasons     why those
of their money, they should get him
to assist them. It is said that Mr.
Barber cun spend more money in a
week thun Juck Johnson, the white
hope smasher, can in a month.
Such generosity ns this uct of Mr.
Barber's is so infrequent that wc
can hardly  believe it.   Now  you may
who intend to work for the valuable
prizes should start to work ut once,
in fact there is absolutely no excuse
for delay. The contest only runs for
a short time and the weeks will slip
by only too quickly. Your friends
will subscrilie some time during the
contest.   Don't let other     candidates
duo subscriptions to th* Mail-Herald
aa well as for renewals and new or 1-
ers. Votes will also be allowed fur
subscriptions to the Canadian Homo
Journal. If you aro not a sUblSVlb"
or to the Mall-Herald today, vou are
invited to Income one. You may
send iu your subscription tod iy uum
ing the candidate for whom you wish
to vote, Tho contest is open to all
young people residing withiu the circulation zone of tho Mail-Herald.
Thnt the contest will lie conducted
in a fair and impartial manner is tho
gunrnntcc of thfl Mail-Herald. Tho
system that bus been arranged for
the accounting and checking of tho
votes, is perfect. The contest ia being conducted apart from the regular
business  of  the paper.
IMPORTANT.
Candidates arc urged to scud lu
their subscriptions to tbc contest office as soon as possible after receiving them, so that thc names of now
subscribers can be placed on the mn.il
list at the earliest possible dnte.
Subscribers to thc Mail-Herald who
are paid to a date in 1912, cun renew from lhc date thnt their present suliscriptinn expires and by so
doing,   assist  a  favorite  candidate.
VOTE     STANDING.
Candidates Votes
Miss   E.    Hooley  35,000
Mrs.   W.G.   Kile,   Craigellachie. .32,008
Mils Olga Romun  2C.0O0
Miss Cyndrenc  Mntz   M.OOO
Miss    E.    Cooke    23,000
Miss   Blanche   McCarty    18,500
Miss   Francis  Lawson    10,000
Mrs.    Nick  Demor     8,000
Miss   Jennie   Wells,   Golden     6,000
Miss   Mable   Henderson     9,000
Miss   Annie   Pnlmer     3,000
Mrs.    J.    Purvis   ',000
E.  G.   Woodland     &.000
wonder what you  would do  with     u get iu  ahead of you.   Then too    the |
diamond ring;  well there are Beveral contest has lieen divided into     three I
things that can     be done  with one. periods  in  order  to  encourage     the i
You can wear it, you can give it aw- candidates to enter     early,  and     to '
ay,  almost anybody  will  take  it;  if work hard during the early stages of
you don't want to give it away, take the contest.   More vol'?  will  be  giv-
to  tbe pawn  shop  and soak it,  then en for subscriptions turned in during
take the money and     pay the tailor the first period than during the oth-,
something to keep  bim  quiet, or put er two periods.
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TBA"
will refresh you willi ils bright, spicy
flavor snd fragrant')'. Sold In 1 11).
Irad packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208
GROCER Ml BAKER
Phono No. aa
PIANOS PLAVER PIANOS
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small cTWusical Goods
ftftmittrr
Call and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ive.
some in the bank, buy some chewing
gum with it, purcbase a new hat or
a pair of Oxfords and if there is any
left, you can it framed. But remem
ber if you don't go after it, you
don't deserve to get it and you
won't.
That the business men of Revel
stoke are keenly alive to tbc interest
being taken by the public in the
.dail Herald's voting contest, is ovk
denced by tbe oiler of a speciul prize
in the form ot a solitaire diamond
ring. The enterprising jeweler, J.
iluy Barber, has decided to give a
beautiful solitaire diamond ring to
the candidate who has thc most \ flics at thc end of tbc first period in
tin Mmi Hei .ii.l '.- contest which i 'cs-
cs on Sitturduy, June 8th ut 'J p.m.
This splendid prize muy bo ■**••■ "in at
any time at Mr. Barber's jewelcry
store,   where  it  is     lieing  displayed.
I Be sine and read thc letter  wbic'i toi
I lows  explaining  the  conditions ol thc
! offer.
Mail-Herald,   Hevelstoke,   B.C,
Ocntlcmen:—Like overy ono sIbc in
tbe city uf Hevelstoke aud surrounding district, I have ticcotnc interested in the cxtruoi-diuary voting tuu -
test now being conducted by lhc Mull
Herald.
In order to prove my interest 1
propose to give a -pmul prise lo be
competed  for   by   ym.i   candidates.
This ih tbe proposition —Tbe candidate wbo has the moPt number of
votes at the close of the first period
Saturday, June hth, at nine p. tn.,
will be given u golituirc diamond
ring. This ring muy lie seen at my
store  any  time.
It le to lie understood of course,
thnt the votes will count on the re
gular prizes which nre to lie given nt
the close of ttie contest. Tins special
priee will not ronllict in any wuy
with tbe main contest.
May I take advantage of the occasion to say that you hnve my very
best wishes for thc successful termination  of  II     DOOtOt   enterprise, lio-
ilirving thnt br vting OOlltMt Ihra
if a very good tli,tig tor tbe buniiies«
i men of tb,* community,
I    Awaiting the  ploHsure of congrntu-
, lating   tbr »it ti<-r,   1   am,   very   truly
I yours.
J. (II.'V UAHBKH.
The public Interest m the Mail-
llernbl i:rent r imitation contest, Is
in ivnsmr dm ly dny. Everybody l«
interested In lbe ..income too. Those
who are not to be among the happy
nnd ambition*- candidates for tho hon
, or of winning  the elegant prt7e* off-
|ered, nre urging theii fn nds to com
pete nnd pledging thir hearty support
Ni 'i   nm UATB.
You cun win the grand prize Plny-
er-Pinno if you sturt in now. If you
don't win lhc Player-I'iano or tbe
Upright Grand Piano, and secure one
of tlie diamond rings or the gold
watches you will be well paid for
you time nnd effort.
But the Player-Piano is the prize
you want. If you win it you will
have a reward which will he a source
of delight for u lifetime. Now is the
time to make up your mini to get it.
THE   VOTES.
Votes  will  be allowed on  all   past -
Mr.    Wm.    Tapping     6,000
Mrs.   Alec.   Dower     3,000
Mrs.  H.  Bruce   3,000
Miss    May    BurnB     5,000
Mrs.   Fred   Cornier     6,000
Miss Ethel Mclntyre   5,000
Mrs.   P.   Warner     8,000
Mrs,    McLeod      6,000
OUTSIDE   OF   REVELSTOKE.
Miss Mary Baynes,  Malakwa  1000
Mrs.   Otto   JohnBon,   Malakwa   ...1000
Mrs.   Alderton,   Malakwa   1000
Mrs.   Swerdfager,   Golden    1.100
Mr.  Wm.  Morris,  Rorers Pass ...1000
Miss  Jessie Wells,    Golden   1000
Miss   N.   Williams,    Golden    1000
Mr.   J.   Sneddon,  Nakusp     1000
Mrs.   Stewart,  lllecillewaet   1000
Mrs.  Kennedy,  lllecillewaet  1000
H.N. Phillips, Three Valley  1000
W.J.  Lightburne,   Arrowhead   1000
Chas.  C»rlson    Allen  Canyon ...1000
Mrs.  L.H.  Congreves.  Sicamous 1000
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IF YOU WANT
Garden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,   Wire Fencing and Gates
Bioyoles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Guns, etc , we can supply you
BOURNE BROS,
ts.
Grocers
Hardware
Plumbing
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Grocery News
Cups and Saucers, white and gold, just in.
Rhubarb, fresh from the farm, per lb 4c
Full stock of Chiver's Jams just arrived, in glass
jars and in 2 lb. and 4 lb. tins. Just like home
made and cheaper.
JOHN   MCINTYRE   &   SON*
The Store of New Goods
PROGRESS CLUB HAS
INTERVIEW WITH PREMIER
Revelstoke and Railways-Mackenzie & Mann to Visit City-Big New
Enterprise for Revelstoke—Scenic Auto Road Up Mount
Revelstoke Commenced.
im Wednesday afternoon, May S'jlli
a deputation consisting of promin -
cut members from tbe Hevelstoke
ProgftM (-'lub and Hoard of Trada,
interviewed (he Hon. Premier M.Mc-
Hridr, who pnssed through tho main
lino city en route from England to
Victoria.
The deputation wns organized (or
the purpose ol laying belore lho Premier certain matter" appertaining to
ttie welfare of the Hovolstoko district
and including the Railway Poliry.
Owing tn the short time nt Iheir
dispOMl, some fifteen minutes be -
tween tbc arrival nnd departure of
the train, the Interview was of a
brief nnture. I
In answer to te,|iicst tbe Premier |
ussurrd tlie deputation that In re-'
gnrd to rnilwny plans and rxtonsioUH
Hevelstoke li.nl not been overlooked,
nnd I hat iu thr very near future tlm
OltlMni ot Kcvrlslokc would have nn
opportunity Ol mertitiK Messrs. Mackenzie und Mann, relating to tbis
very Important  matter.
It  bnd  lii-en understood that    Hon.
Thos.   Taylor   would   lie   in   compnny
with  Premier Mrllridr,  but the member   for   R"velsti)ke  Is  didnyrd   In   the
east,   nnd   ns  the  mat Imi   of  tbe    inw
soenic   mountnin   highway   and     auto
road   to the summit of  Mount  Kevel-
1 stoke rutins  wiihin   the  public   works
j drpnrtmi ni,   It  is   understood      nume
I will   be   tnkrn   up  directly   with      thl
lion    lientleiniin  Ihe Minister of l'llb-
,1a- Works,  mi bis next visit to     the
constituency   which   will   tie.   In      the
near future.
INDUSTRIAL OOMMITTBB.
Tbc   Industrial     (iiinmitteo   nf     the
aud enterprises for Rovelstoke, and
to bring the openings for same Ijetont
manufacturers and capitalists who
ara looking for inch opportunities,
ars by no means lciting the grass
grow under tbeir feet. Already ne -
gotiations have been opened up with
a view tn uceuring a prrmunont attraction and asset for Revelstoke,
which will give our city world wide
publicity, and result iu Rovelstoko
he nming oue of tbe principal tourist
renters of the whole Dominion. A
further nnnotincrmcnt along thotfo
lines will be mude through tbe col •
iiinim of the Mail Herald in the course of n few dnys.
lacrosse Match
I The grent lacrosse gnm", Alin -
Strong versus Revelstoke, will take
place on tlm Recreation gri uniln,
Monduy, June 3rd,, as alvu'tls ■ I. A
big crowd of Armstrong fans wll vis
it. town  In cheer  on   their  twelve and
■ It Is expected  that,  all   the sport   lov
'ors of Revelstoke wlll watch thfl
game nnil  root for the home team
I This game will be lbe premier attraction of the holiday, an! everyone ihould   Imn out   lo IM   t.
M     progn *  tflub,    whim special func-
Tbe coutcst manager u  boing »»k. tlon It ii to .ecure    jj»w   iBduttrtei
CITY  POUND
Impounded   thin   .list   Hay   of   May,
1!H2.    One      lllurk     and    White Cow,
about  Five  Years Old,   with  bell   on.
One      ROBD   an.l   Whit.'  Cow,   about
Four Ycnrs Old.
K.   .10IINH0N,
Pound  Keeper.
Do  you  use Hnnp  for  tho hands.--
wc have it at 15c, pcr con,
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
To Get the Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFTS
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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Personal
For one week only we \art ottering al one
third off the regularprict all High tirade
Bloomer Suits consisting of alt-wool and
l-'ancy Worsteds in solid colors and fancy
weaves.   Over 200 patterns to choose from,
made up in thc natty, two and three button
double-breasted models. Russian and Regulation Sailor Suit.i for the little chaps
also.
If your boys wardrobe needs replenishing
we ask you to btni£ him hare to-night.
Remember One-Third Off Regular Price.
McRae Mercantile Co.
THL STYLfS SHOP IOR MEN ANU BOYS
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Prize Egg? for
Early Hatching
ron mai.I': hy
E. G. Woodland
I P. McLean
KI
Best  Strain of Brown  Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and     Partridge    Wyandotte I
Eggs.
P. O.  BOX   181 SATURDAY,  JUNE 1ST,  11112
THCEI  MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
BATUftDAY, JUNE  1ST,  L912.
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Are You Insured Against
Accidents and Illness
IF  NOT.  WHY   NOT—It is your duty both to yourselves and your dependents.
Call and sue us.    We shall be pleased to poinl out lhu benefits to be derived from these policies.
Special double indemnity clause quarantine indemnity
and all illnesses insured against,
London and Lancashire Accident Co.
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.
Ocean Accident Corporation.
clause
ALT. REPRESENTED BY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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tbc flDaiUlberalb
ANU
uii'ks ol organized existence,
[following upon these provisions,
will naturally come ibe commencement uf an extensive advertising scb
^ fun', und in this connection tboio   is
one    point     upon     winch attention
JlttertOC IMlbUSbInQ GOlUPaHB, BOould now  be directed, and in which
public generally aud the member
KAMLOOPS
BASEBALL
GAME IS OFF
Pt BLI8HKD   \VK HNKS DAY
-UTCHDAY   AT
UEVELSTOKE. B.   C.
Limited
J.  K.  JOHNSON,  Manager.
HAI.ril G.  8CRUTON,  Kditor.
Clu.i. I
SATURDAY,  JUNE 1ST,  1912
m	
ship at large of the     Pre
■ an lend vuluuble aid.
In many quarters, Mount Hovel
stoke i- still often rc.'crr, ,1 to .1-1
"Mount Viotoria" it is essential,
that Irom thc outset ,.[ the advertifl
itiK, tbc lirst name, I.e., that ol Mt.
"lievelstoke", should I.e adopted r.i I
t ui k to, By Ibis ' imi le in dhod, th •
Bcenic grandeur ,,f the mountain «o in
tn bo world famous, will be dellnit -
ly linked with the city and ail advertising winch publishes the former,
will also acl as an advertisement   nl
'  ,mi   papers  ale  endeavor
.:.,*        grind  oul   a  little  ,• u >  i*u*
.I.i.,      ;.   : . ..*: I .;.,-   to   i I.e   i .   .jut   UVtv!
: I'remiei McBride on the '■.*
val 'i'i*    ion, .m-  .i  br inch   )l • * i   |i't
:■    .i-   bei '*'■•-■ *n  '.'.u   I'r.iviiic, il   I'n in
,y   and  tbi   I oi set ,-ative
ler.    As   iheSe   Maine   en i.it   < I.:ailS
an   in* :..* • boi ■     « ii".     july a lew
months   '.-*   iven   prophesying a pi-
■   .a  B.C,  tow iids   he-   I'.   Ry.,   thus   becomes  an   useet      of
lased on theii  editors irnuk  ire.it   value;  thc  association  of    the
;   the annexation    rry|scenlc wonder ol the west,  with the
was .i     bogie, thnt the frultg.-ownra
an : ol cr province  noi' *
"in   eit\   itself.   Tbe   name   of   ilcvcl -
lioiniiiimh stoke,     historically     connected with
thai      of       Lord       I   Hevelstoke,   "
wbo  iu his     day     was a   well  known   an  easy  matter for such a nunilic
member of the directorate ol tne ('
. lastically In favor ol  the     li -
tenia* . * •      ■■•■   t   w.eal'l i a
able  tbem     to
states  markets,   	
that furthei  political predictions and]definite    spot on the map.   I'he city
summaries. Bhould be received with a]and its chief asset are everywhere cx-
ihe
by
good    . il   ' vulval   reserve     i
public  generally,  an l especi illy
their  own deluded  readers.
Tbe facts ol the case, ns tegnrds
ibe Naval question, and '. ie n.rt
which tue ieuici of public opinion in
Br.i.sb Columbia, Premier McBrlde,
has  ; -.irditig same,  are    ab-l    Murray  &  Mack  have  been supply
■olutely contrary to the biassed con int; tbe demands ol the state for
elusions arrived at by these coasl >h thnt style of entertainment compi s
v.:.ei.-. and (urnlsh another proof ol ed ol good, clean cut comedy and
tbe laments' le extent  to  which these plent\   ol character types carri .1  ..I
Liberal  i 8,  allow
; olit li        las to conflict    with
theii  saner judgment.
At a t.me when the ljntisb Empire
Is faced       '     thl   ,"■  .itest   Naval cris
.s which     i.a- menaced the existence
of human liberty since the days     ol
the   Spanish    Armada,   Premiei  Mc-
whilst  in     tbe
•   it tbt   Emp re, to say In plain
Sable words, that us re-
a peril which     threatens     the
e ol ev-
community   alike.
tbe people .*.' British Columbia,   and I
■ •I     Canada, would be
found ready anl     willing     to throw
::.. .  an '.  senl .mental    re-
ince In favor of
pit s for   which  the  Hr tish
■  :.■!.-.  namely  tin  right    ol
■ nen    part i '■  tbe  Bi
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who present        tic il leadei
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the Edit
papei    • •    t  Premie    Mi Bi d
■ *•     on to     no
■      than
thoi.- ttered, an I thnt  by     ■,
doing,  valuable
-■ r.  ■•  <    British l ■■; .ri, ia,  to Oan
.,.'..   md t'      ■   Em; Ire.
Ind «'*    ••'   ■"■ tb n  this a one . p
lni"ll lhc   I     'I   "It    view     of
the entire C iii.iii.'iii people,
The energetic   tspi I Ing taken <■ t
tin   turning "f Mount  Rsvelitokc in
to i seen!   irondsflatldi by the bnllil
• * ,* ./  ,m automobltt highway to the
lummrl    the i reel on "1 n  C inadian
padflc   Rn Iwaj   motto) iln    helet nnd
• ,;.,     .  ,,,,,i   ,i,n rovements
It ,i  *., ,,,|.|  to the •'■ nic atti ic
ol the famoui   peak,  are |irai
prool ol  tbe  success  achieved by
Jlit rrogicff Cluh .n   ts first     two
The following telegram,  received i>>
ibe  Managei   ol  the C.P.R.   Basel all
team al   Revelstoke, speaks [or Itself
Mi.   A.   Colllson,   Manager  ('.   P.
it. Baseball Olub,
"Game  postponed,   writing explanation tonight,
W.  FROST,"
And  the following letter assists  in
the explanation of  tins telegram:
Kamloops. U.C.,  May 31,   1912.
Mr. A. Oolllson, O.P.R. Baseball club
"In explanation ol wire scut    you
tins morning, would say, that owing
to the absence of two of our I esl
in.n, anothei going away Saturday
fur Ins health, ami one lnid up with
a   bud  knee,   we  have  decided   lo   posl
pone fame till the boy*- are iu shape
as wc could not possibly play Mon
day. and give the toam u square
ileal. I am awfully souy if we have
lucouveniencod you any, and hope
that   in   the  near  future   we   will      be
able I" arraugo     with you,     Would
ll     li'     possil le  to   have  a   nam.'     on
duly  1st, kindly lot  me know.
1  remain,  yours truly,
VV. FROST"
it im, very unfortunate that the arrangements made lor the return mat
ch which was to huve tnk. n place nt
Kamloops on Monday next, have tints
been abandoned, and especially nt
such short notice. Tbe members of
the Uailway I asel all team, are nil
working men, who al great incoii -
veniencc to themselves, and by means
ot special exertion**., bad obtained
leave (com tbeir work on the roud,
iu order that as good spoiisinut relying upon t.he Invitation of the Kam
foops ball club, tbey un, bt take part
In the game at Kamloops,   It is not
ol
in.li to get holiday facilities from the
service of the C.P.R. all at onetime,
the men have to -aci-ilice tbeir time
nud money, pusses, etc., have to bu '
obtained, and lay over taken in or-
der that all tho team may bu on bund
for the journey ou a specified date,
and we leave it to the impartial jud- j
gnient of the public in both Kam -
loops and Uevelstoke, and to the
players  and  fans of  both      teams,  as '
to whether such a turn-down as tho
Hevelstoke   team   have   received.   |e   in :
line with that conduct    which    tbey '
were entitled lo expect from the man
agers ol the Kamloops i all team, as
representing a sporting organisation.
The editor oi the Mail Herald also
notices with legret, that in a Kamloops  papei*.  tbe     "Standard"     by
name,   there   is  a   ttossly   Unfair     at -
lack made upon the umpire of    the
fame  between  Kamloops and  Revel-
whii h took place at R ivelstoke
on   \ ietoris  Day,  awl th it   th      m
paper Indulges In a series   ■     nc ill
.-.I  for insinuations, at re ards     the
spirit   in   which  the   game   was   I
R
Spi
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•   -
-
Mack's return h re   n a new plod
•ould
' am    who   ,
good   deal   more  about   the  I all  play
Ing calibre of the Rnilwoymi n    than
tlie  .'ilitor  of  ths     Standard,   is  not
talcing any chances, nnd     with   the
Kamloops   team   in   tlie r   | res   .1   po   '
s.t'.ou,   la not.   willing,  even  when   lie ,
ha« a Kamloops umpire, to me t the
Hevelstoke   player*,   on   the   Kamloops
ground.   The  ball  players of     Kam-!
loops who visile,l H'vi'lstoke on Victoria  Day,  proved  themsdves sports
men,   and      good lelloWB,  for     wliicb |
tbey  were given overy  croil     by    the
fans and  public of this c ty,  It is n
pity that such admiral 11 con lucl ab
road,  should   be  nullified  by   the  iiii
sportsmanlike remarks ol the  i nor
nut stay-at-home critic ol t*';c Stand
ard.
*#*****'*****0***'!'****** *****************
* LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AND READ f
4> Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Freight added, with 4$*
I s:o~w~so3srjs ipiriqies $
f - A
Kitchen Cha'ns	
Kitchen Cabinet      % 175
Dining Table	
Dining Chairs	
Dresser and Stand.
Cupid at RevelstcKe
A ijnict but pretty    woddlng core   ,
mony was performed on    Wodnesday ;
evening at the lioine ol Mr, and Mis.
Thomas Lewis,  when  Miss Hr.li   Mc
Adnm was united in the bonds "f ma
trimoney  to  Mi.   James  Laird Car
micbaci.   Tbe ceremony wis perform
ed by ROV, .I.W. Stev.lisi 11, B.A., B,
li. Tbe bride was attended by Miss
Muriel Matheson, whil I  tha    gr< o n
Bed	
Bed	
Dominion Spring —
Child's Cot	
Ostermoor Mattress.
nnipeg Prici
i   Weight Freight   Total
Howson'a
Price Delivered
50c
101b     23c     75c
ii
"       70c
$5 75
15011) %\ 55c $10 72
n
11   $ 9.60
$10 55
1115111   5 87   li 42
H
"     14.40
88c
121b     28c   1 IE
H
1,20
8 95
1501b 3.52 12.47
ii
"     13.00
125
1601b 3.76 15.01
ii
"     14.00
3 55
6011)    1,41   4.96
ii
5.20
5 35
681b    1.59   6.94
ii
7.20
2 40
601b   1.41   3.81
it
4.00
5 10
751b   1.76   6.86
ii
7.20
isnn
$16.50
_■—_-.^—■wm
We muke om p'.'iii by slii|.|iing in eailonil lots, thereby savingp'reigbt rates,   Bring .
*p                  e.M.il.igii,. gi*. im: description of cither g'Kiils not specified in Ibis list to our store and we *
t-jj                 prove our sihUmiiouU,   Ltuttiptuber we deliver goods nml set up Iree in nn breakage, 4,
I  R. HOWSON & CO.                REVELSTOKE, B. C. j
Makes more
bread
mi better bread"
PURITY FLOUR
Sold by Hobi>on &. Co., Revelstoke,  B.C.
City wherein it Is situate.1. will con
vey to every leader or biuret, a de-
Unite geographical meaning. Mi mil
"Victoria" would lie vague and n.oan
capture tb.' l niteri ingless, but Mount "Revelstoke" nt
it  would seem  Hj us  once focuses itself  m the mind a*-  a
pressed In the same term, and by u
judicious alliance witli tbe ('. !', H..
und tbe Tourist associations ol Went
crn Canada, the word "Revelstoke"
will become a familiar 6 id iu every quarter ot the  globe.
Our Doctors Anli=Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This Inst is filling a long felt wanl and its waterproof qualities are standing; the test.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tanK Shoe pack anil all kinds ol' rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers, Sniidlcrs Harness Mr hers
oiu- on a wave i>; melody, Ioi so long
M 	
■ menu!
m.'-i f  iu. "
..-liter   and
ac
it tbt *
was supported by Mi. Edward Faint
The bride wns given away by Mr.
Thomas Lewis, witli whom she bus
made her home for the past thirteen
years. Only the Immediate relatives
ami Irlends of the contracting part
les   were   | resent.   W
Thc bride was neatly attired in    n
gruy   travelling   suit   with   white  hat,
looking particularly girlish and pre!
ty, holding a bridal bouquet ol white
Carnations,  as she stood beneath the
wedding  bell "l Cai nal one -ns
pended from the archway.
\i  the close ol the  ceremony    the
di wn to a  tempi mu- sup-
; et    bro ighl to ..ti it.'.  with ;ii'i ro
ill of which voiced the
*.'"".!     wiohee    ol    their
■
iple are well and fav-
■;.       itj      I*.*
. ■   ,   with t
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.,     li   n ynio  :i
l   Bdmon -
■  residence
-innib
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i Id.
*
A GUARANTEE
Sash. Doors. Mou'dings' Turnings
We are in the manufacturing business of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office antl Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line ol building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
•rJTVIetal, 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, Kevelstoke, B. C.
The candidate In a voting coin, si
who does not know in advance what
lhe vote schedule will be up to the
very last minute oi the contest, u.
iio guarantee that be will net a
square deal. The burd work of practically the entire campaign might he
destroyed by a change in tii> i .1 ■
schedule tbe last few .lays of the eon
test. Pear ol tins action often tic-
people from becoming cotitiMt
can.li.lutes.
Tlioi' who contemplate enteving the
Mail-Herald's  contest   have   Informs
tion in advance     regarding the  n.ts
allowance  lor Bubscrlptl ns covtti.'gl
the entire contest, and have thepio-
"f     the     Mall-Herald that  the
vote  .**, liM.lnle  that bus  been  ; u..'■shed will not  be altered     nt any time
iny pretext,
i"nml..i.it,•« .an receive  •■ 'ms   ouly
' *'.le tin: subscriptions   lor     tha
ii i.i Ilorald and the Can id pn  ilome
Journal.   The vote uch lule   pui nihil prevail without ca inge, thru-
the contest,    except   lie t*,\e,.ty
..ni which wiil bo nu. '•■
each pet lod,
The   .Mail-1 braid     guarantees      Ills
it  no time  luring tho o u-
wlll  the published  vol i n bcdulc
uii'id under any pretext   cr iiy
"i  contrivan s,
Bigned    .1. K.   lo'inson,
M l.'l il.e
It. ii. Rvruton,
Bdltoi
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Wow is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me  Belore Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WA'.KSR, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, President
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agents an-d correspondents, The
Canadian U.ink ol' Commerce is able to effect collections throufhout
the world pionipliy and al reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS ^
Cheques nnd drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTCKF    BRAI.CH-   F   M   GIBSON. MGP
REVELSTOKE OPERA  HOUSE
Tapping & Aliened. I      ■      and Managers
THE   GREAlESf  COMEDY IN YEARS
JONES
jj
;
JUNE 1st., 1912
With the Famous Little Comedian "OLLIE MACK
Late Star ol  rvVIiirray Cb, tf\A
Supported hy
Mi^-s Pearl Oolding
A Greal Cnsto   "i
mi
Lnuph 'I ill Yi'u'i'' \',i i\ In lhi I ■ i
Prices,
Beat Bale
$|, 75c. BOc.
MacilonnlH i Drui
cl
COMIffi EVENTS
*' *
■■•> theatre,
i   || il
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Ml*'*    * *.     ||l».
I   I    ,1     |    *      ,1 I     "     ,
Ser ii*    m      bow     window
iiainiii". i* i Mn.i Oouobei,
by BOUKNli BROS.
tTh^famouslllttlcTcornedian Ollie Mack
"as «L'Ca-9ejtI!
\t llic  Opera lluust To-Night— Saturday
'•
; SATURDAY,   JUNK  1ST,   1912.
THE 1&A.j:T,--ELJ£JEIJ±.T>T),  RE"KrULSTO!K:*E3
SATURDAY, JUNK 1ST,  191J.
TO BE DISTRIBUTED FREE IN THE
^V
Great Prize Voting Contest
*7(
The Prizes will be given to the People who secure the most Subscriptions for the oMail-Herald
during the next six weeks. Here is a chance to secure a valuable Prize for an effort. Contest is open to all respectable men and
women, boys and girls of Rjevelstoke and District. Nothing is ever gained by standing back and allowing others to have the best
things of life.   Enter Your Name To-day.
Rules of the Contest
Any man. woman, boj or Rirl, whose residence is within
the circulation /one of THE MAIL-HERALD, nmy enter the
contest.
Mo employee of THE MALL-HERALD or member of his or
or her family ir. eligible.
Contestants ma) nominate themselves or be nominated by n
friend.
The name of a person wbo places a contestant in nomination
will not be divulged.
THK MAIL-HERALD reserves the rinht to reject any nomination without giving the reason for so doing,
Contestanti may secure subscriptions anywhere.
Votes will le issued according to the advertised schedules.
Any payment may be made by a person now taking THE
M.MI.-llli K.M.1) extends the subscription from the date to which
subscriber hns paid. Old subscribers, as well as new, by paving
advance or b) paying past due accounts will help the candidate.
THE MAIL-HERALD reserve* the right ts alter any contest, rule or condition, except that the value of tlle pri/.cs shall
not be reduced.
Candidates must turn in subscriptions as soon as received.
In entering the contest candidates signify their intention to
be governed by the aliovt' rules.
NOMINATION BLANK
The MAIL-HERALD'S
$1,800 Voting Contest
LOOO
VOTES
1912
following
I   desire  to  make  the
nomination :
Name
Address
Nominated  by
Address 	
NOTI This nomination blank la good for 1,000 tree vote*
Only ono nomination will bo acooplod for oaeh candidate
Tho namoi of parioni making nomination* wlll not bo divulged.
GRAND PRIZE OPTIONS
1. $850 Player Piano.
2. Trip to New York and Seaside for party of two people.
All expenses paid.
3. $600 in Cash.
SECOND PRIZE
UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO
FOUR DIAMOND RINGS
The Candidates who stand  third, fourth, fifth and sixth
will each receive a Beautiful Solitaire Diamond Ring
FOUR GOLD WATCHES
The  Candidates who stand seventh, eighth, ninth,  and
tenth, will each receive a Waltham Gold Watch
THE VOTE SCHEDULES
From Period of May 25th to June 8
One Year $   2.50	
Two years      5.00	
Three years      7.50	
Four years    10.00	
Five years    12.50 _	
Ten years    25.00	
. 2,000
5,000
.10,000
.20,000
.30,000
75,000
SECOND PERIOD   June 8th to June 22nd
One year $   2.50  1,600
Two years      5.00  4,000
Three years      7.50 8,000
Four years    10.00 16,000
Five years      12.50 25,000
Ten years    25.00    '60,000
THIRD PERIOD—June 22nd to July 6th
One year $   2.50  1,200
Two years      5.00  3,000
Three years „...:         7.50  7,000
Four years -     10.00 12,800
Five years    12.50 20,000
Ten years    25.00  45,000
INFORMATION BLANK
CONTEST cTWANAGER
THE MAIL-HERALD :
Please send me detailed information concerning the Mail-Herald's $1,800 CONTEST
and the method to be pursued to win one of the
many valuable prizes.
Name	
Address
Telephone No
CUT THIS OUT <^ND SEND OR BRING
TO THE CONTEST OFFICE
How to Enter the Contest
NOMINATE yourself or a friend today—THIS MINUTE. Call up on the Telephone (8) or drop
a card to the Contest Manager, and you will be supplied with the necessary information and stationery. Get your friends and acquaintances who are not taking The Mail-Herald to subscribe. If
tbey arc already subscribers, get them to pay all past due accounts and then subscribe for a year or
more in advance. Sec everybody—it makes no difference where they live. You will receive votes
for all money turned in for or by you. Write to your friends-all of them. Early energy spells
success. Six short weeks of hustling will make you the winner of a prize that would ordinarily take
you several years to secure. Your friends will subscribe for The Mail-Herald and they will be
pleased to help you. Give them the opportunity. Clip out nomination the blank and send or bring
it to thc Contest Office. Everything will bc made plain to you. You can win the Capital Prize
if you make up your mind to do so.
The Contest System
Al.L of the splendid prizes listed in this announcement, and possibly others to be announced
later, will bc awarded on the basis of votes secured in the contest. Votes will bc allowed on all
subscription payments of $1.00 or more to Thc Mail-Herald. Votes cannot be secured in any other
manner than as above mentioned. A subscription record will be issued for each payment made.
This record will show thc name and address of subscriber, thc r-mount paid and what for, thc number of votes issued and the contestant's name. A duplicate will ue U :pt on file at thc Contest Office
to be counted bv the Judges at the close ofthe contest. The Judging Committee will lie composed
of representative business men, and they will award thc prizes on the night of July Oth. The contest will be divided into three periods. Twenty per cent, more votes will bc allowed during thc first
period than the second period.     The third period provides for a further reduction of twenty pcr cent.
..   ; i.
I •»'■»■%.•».'»."%*•»•*%m.%v*%*.-%.■»% %%%% %^. %«%%%%* y
Contest Opens May 25 \
\
Send in Your Own Name or the Name
of a Friend TO-DAY
c/tddress all Communications, etc., to
Contest Manager,
Mail-HeraH, Revelstoke, B. C.
P. O. Box No. 914
■!■ —II     I
Fhone No. 8
*^'%'%^'%'V%v%^%^%%%^%^* %■*■»/%. *.■■».%*»%%■%*%y
I
Contest Closes July 6
A Prize for an Effort
An Effort for a Prize
I
1 SATURDAY,  JUNK  1ST,  101:
"TJHIE   HULA-IIE. ■■HIER.AX.r),   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  JUNE 1ST,  1912.
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A candidate in the MAIL-HERALD'S Great Prize Voting Contest has the chance of a life-time. Never
*fi before in history has any individual or company of Revelstoke made an offer so full of promise as the
Mail-Herald makes to you.
"fTT/^TD T^ of explanation--In the short period of less than six weeks, some person will be the winner
J|____JJ^.^^ of a great prize. Votes count more at the first of the contest than at the last. There is a
decrease of 20 per cent, in the schedule every two weeks. The first period closes June 8th. Early work
counts most
rp/~\ fully understand this g reat contest, see ad. on Page 3. The Contest Office is in the Mail-
^_i Herald Building, McKenzie Avenue and Second St. All questions regarding this Contest will be
cheerfully answered.   Call or Phone No. 8.
rnTTTji prizes will be given to the people who secure the most subscriptions for the Mail-Herald. Noth-
_____m____m^t is ever gained by standing back and allowing others to have the best things in life.
TTTTQJTfi is the person who starts out now and hustles and keeps on hustling until July 6th. Great
■^■■^iii.^ will be his reward.   Hustle!   Keep on hustling is the password to success.   There
TO no reason on earth why YOU can't get your share of the prizes. It is really surprising how easy it
_i will be for a good hustler to win, but you must hurry and get as many subscribers as you can, as the
race will be over July 6th.   A word to the wise is
QTTTpT}1Tr>n TP"NTT I ^ust bear in min(i' for you tlle &ates of opportunity have been opened wide.
S ■LV^-L-CJXTI X  .   $1800 IN prizes will be given away.    This is fortune's greeting to you.
Acknowledge the greeting and enter your name to-day.
v.
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BLAMES CAPT.
SMITH FOR
THE WRECK
•■* ; .  M.iy   ■ I—Blame fur tbc
chargeable    dir •
ectl\   ■ I  the dead Cap-
repeati J  warn -
rd,  but regpons
ary    lose
bared    *   ■ 'aptain Lord   u!
I      .-*:.--   ■-.{Bale.      Tins
.- •  * .        •...   S< i. ite ' ommit
• .    *..   .-niKmg  ol
mpre
■ .   William
Smith  * .  chairman
.Se;. I ■ ■ ■
i •. n thi   Br I
laxlt
- ■
ted foi   '
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the   Titanic . •'.. I
■  \   titeu from
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B   I...    .
Immigration Statistics
ittawa, May 38—
prepe
■. • *
'I';, report » now in t
*.        ■
i-      ■■.    the I ending Mai
■     ll last, ao migrn -
Hon '•'■  id" yeai   to ha' •■       m  ma li
..j*   of   138,Ul   BTH .   '    LO
■ n   *,<h'T eoun ■
"i'n<.
n  ■ "t.i Im i-i thai  if) pet ant ol
tlie British,  16 pel  crnt "I the Amei
iciinK nnil ... Contln-
Immigrant     i c ihh bomeatead
t i.m i '.ui..In. Tli" list Of
nationalisation shims thai thf «»»•
cittieni were drawn from fur oul ot
tbe   way  r.,rnrr     ol   the   i-artli,      anil
tr.'in every continent. There were 978
one ,,t     pcean     porta nod 22n
tion, the   United    statin. Trachoma
," 1 lack of fiimlH wore     among     tbc
i'.il c-.iwff. Then were Kt   tit-
in.nation-, of which M8 were from
Ontario, tho largeit number from anj
une province
The \in i c nt homesteaders out
numliered the liritmb by nearly two
to one, ih" respective figures being
5,739 and 10,978. Those who came In
through ocean porta In luded 72,838
(ai mere, 61,752 laboi ■ ra, 24,1*33 me
cban ca and  18,3 "■ dom *
From thr United SI * imi
lar i B,   14,777   ■:• '•■ i .'.   '
mechanics.
Dates tor 8. C. Fall fairs
lii ,t,*li   Columl
ompiled,    .show     dati
trom  August   lii-lT.   t • 'the
\ .un .uiver exhibition,
.*.:■     .
will lie h.'lil. Following i- the
Alberni—Septet    •■
Od
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, Coola—Oi tobei    ■
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...   Oct  ■■■*
tlai
Ml,
Oentral   Park—September  1^-lJ.
' 'mill.look     Sl I'i'lli   Bl     18-19
Ll lia   Septemtx i   20
..! forks—Sept m       -   -
Septembei
i ."l.li'ii - Septembei   -i 35.
ptember 18.
l.     * 12-13.
*
Kaslo—I ictobei
l.al..
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Windermere- September 30-21.
Victoria—(Provincial  exlri Ition)
Si l't' mber JI 38.
LIQUOR  ACT,   1910.
le hereby given that on the
15th day ol June next,     application
:. idi   i" the    Superintendent
ol  Provincial  PoHce for tbe grant ot
'■  lor  tlir  sale  of liquor     hy
r.tail     ,n     and    upon th"  premlsea
known   as      ll.imbcrt   Hotel,   situated
ike,  B.C..  upon tbe lands
Lot  1,   Mock  A,      I'lan
■cli lb
DaU-.        -        ..of   May.   1312.
Rosorio   DcSimoine,   Applicant.
.
r   . i f
i   _•
No Other Hosiery
Offers This
Foot-clothing thai ibsolute porfertion for1
ison I ■        ■ the
picture liif        the i nly hose made thai la pfrma-
Dently shaped to the foot and leg, and that li both
Seamless  and  Snug-Fitting
Y< ii would n.it lhn*' i    ■      * 'ip thf frunt
of  ih" led .... wool*.1.1 ■*. I uncomfortable '
Probably ymi buy tin  ki ict only
a didn't know then  ■■ ,   , kind ftc* front
liacomfort  and   n however   Y"
all (Jet tha bcllcr kind in   any   wciKlit   Ot   colof   if  yoi
buy hosiery innil" by
Penmans   Limited
Pans • Canada
Undtrw-'ir.      St. ■*"., t.rt,      Hourly
78
Full Ki'.liinii"!
Seamless
ngle
NOTIOB.
d    Il.tfUiCt.
e. -t Kootenay.
il.Uman,
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, ply toi  perml
sum   to  purcbase   I
...
I ommani log st
.:  Lake a tout
, north
r of Lot
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LLLMA.N
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sale or Hire
by the month  at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
stocked.
UN ION   CIGARS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. per
1,000. By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
1,000. That proves quantity! What about quality ?   Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
UNION  CIGAR  FACTORY
RETELSTOKE, B. C.
H.  MANNING,   Agent.
WATER    NOTIt EC,
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md to
*
. m'l    Part ol tha
i.   01
Dated ' May 1912.
r\ C   HAIOH
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
fuipnn   I'.uy binds in parcel* ol
HI or 'ill ncri" or nn Moi'.
[Ktndftm a nr. iw il.
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
ROYAL  NAVAL < ul.i.Ki.l*; Qt
ADA,   HALIFAX, N.ri.
Tbe next examination (or ii"- entrj
,. i adets will lie iiriii .ii iin:
on "nn'* "i  tba Civil Hei
in   in   N,i.*.-111,11:1    Mil;
.i  guardian!    ot   intending
candldatei should apply to tbe See-
y,     Vivii    Bervli
Ottawa, fm cniiy papere before   in
ueit.
Candidates    must   be batw en   tba
agea ol ii and 16 on lat Oetober,r.ii3
* li t   mii trained (ot appointment
*i. ORIoeri in the Nnvnl Bervloe,   Lbe
it tbe i allege being I
followed by one yum  in u     Training
, after wind, i adel    ire tut-
■ •;  Midabipmen.
iniiH Man . a " iti i ..I,
i   I0D   I"   hum* i
O, .1. iikshakats,
ii*iiut.y MiiiiHi'i,  Department
of  tho   Nnvnl   Srrvicc.
Department of thr Naval Bervloe,
Ottawa, Mny i,Ui,  L9U,
"CIVIL    S13IIVICK   ACT."
The quulityiug cxitmmatiouB tor
Tliu-a-cliiss ClcrKS, Juuior Clerks anu
nUnogrupbora will be lield nt tbe
following placee, commencing on
Tucsiiuy, tlie 2nd July next:—Arm-
Btrong, Cliilllwack, Cumberluud, Dun
cm, i.uMmii, Qrand l*'"i., , Kumloope
KiibIo, Kelownn, i.inlyHmith, Nanui-
i mo, Nelson, Mow Westminister, l'emb-
liiii.l. l'rince Hupcrt, reiuieton, Uevelstoke, KosBlnuii, Balmon Arra.Sum-
iii'11,mil,   Vuncouver,   und   Victoria.
Candidate) must bo  liniiih    aub -
jecta between tue ugea of 21 unti ii),
if   lor   Tliinl-cliiss   Clerks,   und      be-
1 .■.'*. 1,   11. and lil, if for Junior Clerks
or   . • ■ ...... 1.,,* 11.1 .*..
■ r, . .. ,.........     will  not   bv  uccepleil
if  received luler  Ibuu  tbc  15th  June
next. lb...
Bection 7 ol the "Civil Service Act"
provides thut temporary clerkB und
■ t' m *,*i .1 j.Iimi m, who huve not boeu
regularly uppolnto-d by Order lu
Council, must i>uss this examinutiou
P. WALKER,
Re-ffistrur, Civil Service.
Ist issue May .itli.
WATKH  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given tbut Willis
Johu Armstrong, of Rovelstoke, IJ.
C, will upply for u license to tako
mid use six (i'.i miners iuchcB ot water out of Mill Creek, which Howb m
a soul Ii easl 1 ily direction through
Section -'.1, Township 25, Itunge 2,
West of the 1 Hi Meridan, und emii-
tirs into Toncu Wutiia river, ncur
Dig Kddy, U.C.. Thc wuter will bo
diverted ul ZOO feet above C. 1'. R.
truck und will lie ueed lor irrigation
purposes on the land described as 35
ucres, purl section 2'), township -..,
range 2, west of i.t li Meridan.
This     notico     wus   posted   on the
' grouud on tbe lltli day oi April, l'.nii
The application     will  be fllt-d ln tbo
ollice of tbe  Water Recorder at Rovelstoke,  Ut C.
Objections may be liled  with     the
said     Water     Recorder or witb tbe
Comptroller ol Water  Rights,    Par -
liumeut Uuildings,  Victoria,  11.  0.
WILLIH  J.  ARMSTRONO
Applicant.  ...
Shi/ohb Cure
iilrklv slop** coa-iha,   mr-** cold
llool •adluaji,
ael
ili.
.    I'-r-l,
23 t..u*
NOTIOB.
Uevelstoko  Lund  District.
DiHtrlct  of  West  Kooteuay
Take notice that Lima A. UlondiD,
of Halcyon, IS. C, occujiutiou mur-
1 ,isl Woman, Intendi to apply for permission to purchase tbo fo.losing
described land:
1 oiiiinrnciug at u post pluuted on
the Bouth iloiindiiry sixty chains west
of the south-east corner of Lot 7072;
thence soutb 2U chains, thence esst
4*0 chains, tbence north 20 11,1,1ns,
to said Bouth boundary of Lot 7072
thence west along said boundary 4U
1 ni,m* more or less to point ol commencement, containing tiu acres more
or  less
Dated Murcb Uth, 1912.
Luna A. lilondln.
Hugb Patineun, Agent
EXAMINATION    FOR   INSPECTION
UF  BTEAM-BOILERS  AND
MACHINERY.
I'...on,n iin.11* for the i".ml on ol
Inspectors of Stcnm-boilera and Ma -
cbinory, under tho "Hlcnm-boilcrB Inspection Act," will be held at the
Parliament Uullilingn, Victoria, commencing May 13th, 1911, Application
and instruction forms can bo had on
application to tho uniioralgnod, to
whom the former mi. .1 be returned
correctly Oiled in, not Inter than May
1st, 1912. Salary, 8130 per month, in
ereaaing |fl pn month per annum to
a maximum ot f 180 per month.
JUHN PECK,
Chief  inspector  of  Machinery,
New Westminster, BiOi SATURDAY,   JUNK   1ST,   1912.
THE MAIL-HERALD,  REVELSTO KI^E
SATURDAY, JCNfc 1ST,  1912.
r
mm notes
Parties desiring information regarding the Valley ot the Cardcu ol
Eden, cau olitaiu same free of chargo
by writing to Mr. J. H. Johnsou,
Mulukwa, 1).  0.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank the kind friends
of Kevelstoke nnd Malakwa for kiud-
uess extended during thc illness und
death of our beloved husbuiid aud
father, also to express tbunks for the
kind attention of the doctorB uud
nurses at  thc  Victoriu  hospitul.
Mrs. Harriet Chancellor uud lamily
Editor Mail-Herald:—
The 24th of Muy is pnst and the
Mulukwu Suuday Bchool picnic wub
a decided success, t\e day wus all
thut could be desired, and thc pcoplo
were all out curly, prepared (or a
general good time. The forenoon wub
spent in turning ice oream freezers
and preparing for the mid day lunch
which was spread on thc green at
about 11:30, after which the usual
routine of sports wero enjoyed by
both old and  youjg.   The hat     was
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.
f.hnrart-ar nf ^nil   Bench   Lands,   Clay   Loam  and Vegetable
UlldldUCI   Ul   OUII   Mould, while on Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Iitm itinn   Posit've'y no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
I1U  III UJcllUMI   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 Climate   Freezing is Average Winter Weather.
Pricks of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
rassed around and a nice purse fan
made up and prizes given to aU lead
ing contestants. Tho high jump was
one of the leading features with A.
E. Haycock in the lead at 4ft. ldin.
and Joe Chaplin second. Then there
were race? for the little folks as well
as the old. The most ami.sing of
which was the ;.ototo race for tbc
ladiiB, which resulted In Miss Janet
Kennedy beuting Mrs. F.X. Winten -
l.erg  by one pstato.
Among other sports wub a game of
baseball,   played  by  the  local  nine.
The Mulakwa photographers. Messrs
HA Coppock and Lloyd Johnson,
beiug alive to their interest, were
inking innny cboioe views also Mr.
Creech and wife (I Revelatoke, aad
no doubt took some choice views
home with tbem. Ice cream and 1cm
ou,ulo was served during tl ■*• after -
noon until about 4:3*11 o'clock, when
nuuthcr lunch wa« spread on the
green, which did great, ciedit to the
good house-wives of Malakwa, alter
which they dispersed with p' asant
memories of another happy Jay i pent
iu tbo Gurden of Kden  N alley.
A lociul dance wns enjoyed by the
young people of Malakwa ou the
night ot the 24th. An enjoyable
time is reported.
SETTLER.
. . It Might Be Cold. ..,
IBTTT
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 J
of rheumatism and other chronit 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.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
I JUST NKWLY REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly roles to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, il meals for 56*00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. T. LBVB3QUB, Proprietor
Laughton C& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First 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.
J.   ALBERT     STOISTIE      FEOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large .Sample Km mii..
Rate© $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
mm^ammmmmmm OPEN NIGHT AND DAY—■"^■",
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       •       tTVItnager.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House, Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
•   Thos. Newell, Prop.
|[f Designs Box 51 Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
ARROWHKAH. B. f.
BpaeUl Attention givm to commerc-ln
inen;| and lonrinle Kirst-clan- Unnipl
rooine. Kir est scenery in Uritish Colum
Wa, overlooking Upper Arrow Lake
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
&VN0Pais jut uual mining
REGULATIOMS.
Coal mining rights o( the Dominion
in M.iiiiinl'ii, Baskutchewan and Alberta, tbe Yukon Territory, the
North-rat Territories and in a portion ot the Province of British Columbia, may be leased lor a term oi
twenty-one years at an annual rental ol 11 an acre. Not more than
2,560 acres wlll be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent or Bub-Agent of tbe district
ln which the rights applied for are
situated.
In surveyed territory tbe land must
he described by sections, or legal
subdivisions of sections, and ln 1111-
surveyod territory the tract applied
(or ahull be staked out by tbe ap -
plicant  himself.
Km li applicant must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded If the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on tbe merchantable output of tbe mine at the
rate of Dve cents per too.
I Tbe person operating tbe mine shall
I furnish tbe Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If tbe coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease wlll Include tbe coal miking rights only, but the lessee mny
be pctmltteil to purchase whatever
available surlnce tights may he considered necessary for the working ol
the mine at the rnle of 110.00 an
aero.
For full Information nppllcntlon
ehuiild be made to the Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
of Dominion  Lands.
W.  W.  CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior.
"■*.' H. I'liniithiirlznl publication of
this advertisement wlll not l>e paid
for.
Taft Sadly Beaten
Newark, N.J., May 29—Col. Rooso-
velt, on the Republican side, and
Governoi -'.lson, on thc lHimocrntic
side, were overwhelmingly uiuucis in
yesterday's primaries in New Jersey,
ai-cording to tire uearly complete returns.
The Hoosvvelt victory wai a   clear I
sweep   and   thc  former   president  will ,
apparently   have   cver>   nne     ol     the
statc'B lis  delegates at tbe      Chicago
runvrut nm    In   ihe     preference vote I
bis  plurality   'as about  10,000    over
Taft.
The rcsu.t      iiccedeJ tb<-    eipccia-
tions of the most oi '.bus. istic Roosevelt  leauiiB.  In some districts,    Col.
Roosevelt ■•ecuid ten  votes to every!
one cast (or  the president.
Wll SON'S    TRIUMPH.
(ioverno    WUsor's triumph   jn  tbu.
Democratic nine was only a trifie less
complete imn tin' ol Rooiwvolt. The,
governor  i Mt  lour delegates out   ol I
thc  twenty eight and these I ur  wore '
elected     from    ,'isex    county,     tbe'
stronghold  of   tbe anti-Wilson      ma -
chine,  where  he bud  no hope ol  winning.   The   Wilson   vote, ae   compared
with that of 'lie Opposite n    was    a
stuggering  blow  lo tbe  autts,  being
in a ratio 0   h.x to OH,      Bome districts wi.it (oi the governor    by   as
high as 20 t    1.
President 1 a'.t bnd small pluruli -
ties in four  ol  thc twenty-on* coun-
tie- of ihe state. He ebowed his
greatest Btrength In tbe farming dis-
tncts.
DIVIDING   THK   BEARSKIN.
Oyster Buy, N.Y., May 29— " Tha
retsuii .u New Jersey speaks Ioi itself," said Colonel Roosevelt today,
"x don't see that New Jersey h»s lelt
iu.. *:i  for  me  to say."
Tbe colonel was greatly elated at
tbe outcome of tbc primaries, ilu said
that a ter tbe Ubio vote be had assert
iM tbi- contest for tbe presidential l.o-
in.i.nt.i'i. bad been settled!
Tbe colonel wan asked wben bt
would begin to make ^lans lor the lali
campaign, since he felt confident o!
obtaining  tbe nomination.
"Id tbe caursc ot a long period aa
a hunter," be said, "1 bave learned
never to divide tbe bearskin until
t'i   uear ia dead."
WASTED TIME
.IfMONEY
BEFORE THEY FOUND 6IN PILLS
Stork Still Shuns France
Pans, May 29—The French minister of lubor, Li-on Uergers, in tbe re-
, *i i on the vital statistics ul Franc*
kM    LIU,  says  tbe  number  of deaths
io J.iiJ more tbun tbe total ol
u.. lla.
Tik bu-ili numbered 742,114, tb*
lowest v*r recorded. On the other
band, ri. >.\ icmparcs favorably
with otber countries in marriage*,
which totalled °>'7,73« for tbe year.
Divorces tucr-eriv' over tbe previous
year,  numb-tring     l.jCS.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliable Flench rtffnUI'ir: nctti laUs, Tlie..
i pill-* nt. esfetillnglv btwtrfel In t'ni.l-iiltiit tl>.
Hru-.THllfe portion "I the lenmle sv.tem. Heln..
■II chesp Imitations. Dr. ll* Ta*'* ait lnid «l
»» a I,"., or three inr Iln. MUM lo my sitHie...
Tb. Ii.b.ll Drug Co.. It. c*ih*rln*», Oak
C.Ai.trTA, Oirr.
"My b*».;^id used i.n Hill for
Backache • 1 Kidney 1 "111*1* Ui.
pain lo bic bacit wu dreadful and
llie kidneys failed to lo theft work
properly. As ne became worse, w*
lound ll neceii.iry to begin treatment
nml unfortu iai.;* wasted time and
money on retied.es tbat were Utile or
no good. Aft-, taking one dose of
OIN PILLS, I foond them to bt
e tartly what he needed, and after
taking two bolts of CIN PILI.S, was
liiatpletely cured. We heartily recommend GIN PILLS, at every
opportunity to our friends and relatives".   MRS. JAMJ$*S 11. M1I.PORD.
Write us, mentioning tbis paper and
wewillsendyoaaaamplebozfrte. Then,
if yoa cannot y the regular tiie bozei
at T"»r dealer's we will aepply yen at
the regular retail price—50c. a box, 6 for
|j.jo—and money promptly refunded if
"IN PILLS do oot rive satisfaction.
National   Drag  m   (iratWl   Co    at
farmer's Bank failure
Toronto, May ll'—TeaU.yiug at the
ifarnera' bonk uijuiry today Uquid
utoi   Clurksun sai ! the cause of    tbe
> oank s failure **.•>.* re klasss uiuuafe -
ment and lasuUiclent capital. The
assets w.ll barely redeem the circulation,  leaving  nothing for depositors.
1 The convu cd -^luoiiger, Trovers, admitted  ma mg  '.onaidiTublc  loans  to
1 tbu Toroulu World" after Managing
Kditor Greenwood and Dr. Nesbitt
bad Induced tbo 1 rovinciol  traasurvr
I to deposit 180,000 of provincial funds
10 the  bank.
CIN PILLS do not
anal Prog m I
Onada, UaJtad. D*ft. W Teraaav tf
Building statistics
1 Toronto, May 28—Uuildiog siatis -
* tics from forty-one Canadian cities
for tbe first four months of this year
total over 145,500,000. Toronto ls first
( With $«,800,000; Winnipeg, $5,000,000;
' Vancouver, nearly Hi 'n)0,000, Mon -
treal $3,7(0,000, bXIniouton, $3,500,-
000, Victoria. $:i,.3v0,y>0; South Vaucouver,   nearly  $1,000,000, PATl'RtUY,  JUNE 1ST, 1012.
THE  MAIL-HERALD,  RIETT'IElILSTOKIE
SATURDAY, JUNK 1ST) 1912.
II.   Iiiinii'.
McRae.  J. D.  Sibbald,
w.  ii. Pratt,
Kirst  niinieil  to  be chairman  of
sportive cuniiiiiili'c.
PROGRESS
CLUBS AIMS 	
AND OBJECTS VICTORIA DAY
AT SICAMOUS
-The
"The
name ol    tins Club
Revelstoke Progress
pi Ide of tbe auz-
uiiJ  iu their home
1—N.iiii
bhall be
' lul.
J—Aims
l—To foster the
i*i.-s  in tl.M.r In.mei-      ^^^^^^^^^
city .iiid dl8trlcl.
2—To acquaint the general public
with the extent of thc vast natural
resources In the wuy of timher, nin-
erals, lands, water powers and wuter routes tributary io the city, nnd
give every possible aid to any legitimate plans (or the development
esourcea. ...
j—T'.' fannliarize the citizens and
il public with ihe unsurpas-
.-■■: :*■:.:* attractions sun nun.ling
Rew toki ind tu make those attractions easilj available by means
ol good roads and trails.
l—Tn build up our city  by onoour-
.• the eltisens to patronize home
industries, trade with tbeir bome
merchants, and invesi their money in
Kevelstoke  aud   vicinity.
J—Membei ship—The membership ol
this Club shall consist ot uny citizens  o!  Revelstoke  and  tributary  dis
tricts   who  are   willing  to joiu    with
their fellow citizens to curry out the
aims  of  the  Club. |    Following  are
...4—Fees—The     membership fee shall  competitions:
...Une of the most enjoyable enter -
iiiiiun. nts held in the Interior on
Victoria Day, wore the aquatic sports
at   S.i anions,   under   the   auspices    of
tlie shuswap Lake Boaelng Olub,
The club waa only recently formed
and the preparations for tbe days ev
cuts spontaneous, nevertheless though
tbe time for advertising was very
limited, a large number of visitors
and  touriBls were present.
The weather, as Usual there, was
iileal anil the various events kejnly
contested, Sicamous is already lav
I'l'abh known for its beautiful waters an.l splendid l oatlng, ami oxcop
li'Hial lishing; il may HOW become
famous as a spot lm* the aquabic
cariiiMil ol the Interior of B.l .. for
.-iin*l> no other place In bhe province
.iibipiis such natural advantages for
such an event, at bast th.s was the
genernl comment hoard from tboB.1
who witnessed the scene an.l events
mi Victoria Hay. and it is hoped tint
the royal jolly sports of the Sims
wap Lake Boating Club will niviie
the public In a more general way
than uu this occasion and make Victoria Hay al
affair,
Following
Sicamous an annual
the   results  of      ihe
he one dollar per year. On payment
of fee a t.ckct shall be issued eiitill-
iiig the bolder to all the privileges
of membership for that length of
time.
6—Officers—There shall be an Exeuu
tive Comm.ttce of thirty members el
ecteJ half-yearly bj a general meet-
lug of the Club. This Committee
shull elect by ballot without nomination, a President, two Yice-rresi -
Jent.***. a Secretary aud a
who shall  hold  ollice  foi
Challenge i'iii
or boat.—L. II.
Kvent   1 —1(1
race—1.  h.  11.
live mile open mot-
Coiigreve.
mile open motor no it
Congreve; 2nd,    J. .).
Carment; •>, L.  ll.  Congreve; 4,  Mr.
' Ward; 5, T. lluck.
Kvent 2—Men's double scull, tuk -
ing the p.an of hog-rolling and Log-
racing— 1, Gregory Urns.; 2, Scotty
.iini Fiulayson; ii, Hardman and Fiv
layson,
Treasurer ' Event 3—Single sculling ra-M -Ul,
six months  T* Gregory; 2. 11. Kerry.
METHODIST CHURCH,
Kev. It. J. Mclntyre, pastor. Services on Sun,lay at 11 a.m. and 7:30 j
p.m.; Sunday school aud Young People's Bible classes at. 2:30 p*in.; Wednesday at 8 p.m., Kpworth League.
meeting; Friday evening, Junior and
Senior choir practice. A cordial welcome awaits the public at all these
services.
PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH
Kev. J. W. Stevcnsou, minister
Regular services on Sunday ut 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday Bchool
and adult Llihle classes ut 2:30 p.m.
Mid-week prayer meeting on Wednesday at 3 p.m. Hearty congregational singing and special music by tbe
choir. Strangers and visitors are invited  io tbc services.
BT.  PETER'S OHUROH,
Holy     Communion    every Sunday
morning  at  x  a.m.,  nnd after morning   player   on   the   lirst   Sunduy      iu
each  Month.
Kev. C. A. Procunler, rector. Matins at II a.in. ami Kveiisoug at 7:30
p.m., every Sunday. Litany on tho
Secoud Sunduy, and tbe Aute-Com -
muniou ou the Third Sunday alter
Matins. Sunday school every Bun-
day at 2;uU p.m. Choir practice on
Fridays at 8 p.m.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Oue hlock west ot McKeuzie avenuo
on Second street. Kev. B. J. Uhave,
11. A., pastor. Suuduy services at
11a.m. aud 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school
und adult llible classes at S:30 p.m.;
.Monday at S p.m., Young People's
Meeting; Wednesday at S p.m., church
Prayer Meeting. A cordial invitation
extended to nil services. Strangers
made  welcome.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet me  at  the  Savoy.
Thermos bottles gnd r (Ids, 11;
sizes and prices ut Maodonald's dr ig
store.
Royal Hose Talcum powder,' ono of
the nieent made, only "lie. a tlu, at
Mai-ilonnld's drug store.
Kilnis", Kodaks, Chemicals, Instruction Hooks, all the newest, at Mac
donalil's   drug   store.
Your losses  assured,  rates reason -
hie—W. li. Robertson, real estate ii
Insurance.
Victor Hornless Machines 6 from
$20 upwards. Kdisou Phonographs,
from $l'.l,50 upwnrds.—Kevelstoke
Music Store, McKenzie Avenue.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, F.H.A.M., Loudon, is prepar
ed lo take a limited number ol pup
ils for tuition in mimic. For terms
apply ut tho residence ol J. K
Johiisou, in*:,1 house west of the boa
pltal,   First  street.
Now is the  Time to
Get Your Ffewer
Garden in Shops
Wo grow the finest bedding"
out plants that can be grown.
2'"> different varieties of ASTERS. Write for our complete
price list of ROSES, SHRUBS,
PEONIES, DAHLIAS, etc. All
plants now ready.
FRACHE BROS.,
Elorists, Columbia, B.C,
WANTED
WANTED-
sewing
Herald.
A Dressmaker to go   out
by  the  day.—Apply   Muil-
or until  the.r successors huve     beeu1    Kymt i-Swimming—1,  Mr.  Warner
duly elected. I2' T- Gregory.
Provided  always,  that   the     Mayor'    Bvoot 5-Fishing  contest-i    II.   A.
ol   the    Corporation ol   the City of|"PPer'
Revelstoke shall, ei officio, be Honorary President of tbe Cluh during
bis term of office.
C—Tbere shall be Ave standing com
mittees. viz:—Publicity, Civic Improvement. Industrial, inte.-tain-
meut and  Finance.
The duties of the publicity Committee shall he to muke known . by
every mean- .11 it- power the resources, scenic beauties, and climate advantages of the City and District,
with u view to attracting touriats
und Investors.
The duties of the Civic Improvement Committee shull be to work fur
the beautifying of tbi     streets    i.uJ
homes  of  the  city,   to  urge  the    improvement und acquisition of     parks'
by the city, and, generally, to bring
Evenl 1;—Five mile handicap motor
boat race—1, W. K. Kinluysoii; 2, ll.
Little; 3, H. A. Brown; 1, 0, Little.
Kvent 7—Ladies' »ingle sculling
raceml, Mrs. Mitchell; 2, Miss D. Piu
layson; 3,  Mrs. Thompson.
Event 8—Men's double sculling in*,
—1, Plnlayson and Campball; 2, Wilson and McGregor.
Kvent. 9—One-half mile handii 1:1 mo
tor boat race—1, J.J. Carment; 2,
('.   Little; :i, 11. A.  Brown.
Kvent  11—Greasy  pole   1,   J.  Fin
layson,
Kvent 12—Two and a hull mile Ilin
ilicap   motor   boat   race,   for   member*
II,     t,
CATHOLIC  CHURCH,
St.  Francis    of    Assisii      Catholic
chinch,  coruer ol    Fifth    street    und
McKeuzie aveuuo.
I Services—(Jn all Sundays, except
thc fourth of each month. Low mass
with Communion ol the Faithful at
8 a.m. Hi'gh Mass at 10:30 a. m.,
Christian Doctrine lor children at
2:30 p.m. Rosary with Bendiction of
Tho Blessed Sacrament 7:30 p.m.
On week days—Holy Mass every
morning at 7:30. Confessions nre
heard every evening after 7:30 und
in the mornings hefore Mass.
J.  C.  McKenzie.  P.  P.
FOK    SALE—Cheap, a $4*3,00    Baby
Carriage, good as new. in use only
six months. Mrs. (i. Ralph Luw-
reuce,   McKenzie  avenue.
TO LET—Modern house on McKonzle
Avenue, vacant June 15th. Apply
The Revelstoke Oencral Agencies,
Limited.
WANTBD—A young girl ol al out in
or 12 years of age. who is loud ol
children, to take charge 0! a baby
every afternoon of each day of the
week. Steady employment for good
girl.   Apply   to   Mail-Herald.
TO LET—Three nice rooms u let
over the Manning store. Apply to
Mr, II. Manning.
Calgary
Industrial
1 only—1, Vi. K. Plnlayson
Brown; ... K. Berry.
Ai  the dunce held  in  the     lie"
hotel,  Mrs.  II.   \.  Brown     ntet-i ■••:
ahout desirable improvements of wlat   ''"' Prizes ai  ll  p.m.
ever nature. I    Mr.   "■  "• Coursier  made  ni     tr-
Tbe duties of tbe Industrial ton.- ccUent amt k«'i>or.
mittee shall  be  to  -Secure  the ostab-l 	
hshment  of industries  and  tue     iu -1   Uo  Carts,  the largest  and  bests!
vestment ul home uni outside cr.pit-'sortment ever displayed in Revelstoke
••      .ty  and  Vicinity. mt   Howson's.—Get their cash  prices.
Tbe duties of    the      Kuti*rt.i;umeut       . ,„ , ,   ,
,. , „„   1. 11 ,    . ,1   Good    Flower   Seeds, Sweet legs
t omm.ttee   shall    be   tn   nrrni-ii*'*-***,       !..*•'
to July 5th, 1912
 [to  arrange     for
means and way. und     meetings    for
ers   of     the Cub
"   ;  '••-• I    -    *  they  may think   i,d-
The  duties of  tbe Finance Commit
tee are to considei  the  best  ways of
-'  ' l-TJ   funds  t,*  ju-juc"
' • liremcnta of tbe  Club.     The
Ben is of such  fun:.-  -    *.,
• ■    '       ■   mule only  ou  the jeqin-il-
rman of any committee, standing • ct   to
the •                          e Presti] *.,t *<nd
tht   Club.
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ttiice     ■ I
tie ol
' '■•   from .,   erg
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r*ran.      g two I tue
.med.     from   among
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Mnj  and t Tu
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ieb month meel  it* 'I
tbt Kim :,':■•' in  - ed at   apy
'.ti.*
rctury.   fifteen  mi ml * m  1 '  1
fcutivc '   1  Min rum
for the  Iran n< tion  >•!  builoesa     al
nny meeting,
The foil"..... 1      niiiiitt.TH bat
named:
publicity-C. it.  Maodonald,  11.   1
McSoftay,   B.   S'|'iar»brggs.     T.  Kil
Patrick,  H   v i"ii"."
'   nt     tmprofementt—ft, Manning.
1     F    landmark,  A.   B,  Miller,  J.   P,
H'imf,   V,    A    y.Hite.
In.bi-ir...     K     M.   CHbiOB,   R
'11   McKlnnoo,  v McRae,
i„i»i"
Bntertammml I. J MoDonell, •'
Lyons, 11. 11 MeA ty, 0. 8. McCar
ler,  \   11   McCleneghan.
J-'.nMicr- J    Vi.   biad.haw,    K      !•
Niisr.irtiims
drug  store.
in   bulk,   ut   Mac .
ASSESSMENT   1912
Court of Revision
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that the Court of Revision of the
City ol   Revelstoke   will   be held    ln
■i .* r.u   Ha July '.'tb.
if   -  p.m.
BRCCE A LAWSON
'.'lerk
Fi eight paid on Alberta Exhibits.
Cash  offered   for   prizes   anil  purses,
542,000,
$13000 Attraction    Programme,    iu-
cluditlg Jimmy   Ward   with  s    Curtis
Aeroplane.
S] lomli.l Bonds jurfi rnia  c ■*,.
lour I-misi India Klephanls umi  other
; features ol merit.
Exhibition entries close .jinn* ISth,
I, S. G. van WART, President.
I'r: '• Lisl ami Snrry   Forms  from H.
L.Richardson, Manager,  Victoria Park,
Shi/oh's Cure
qtuckly stops coughs,  caret) colds,  health*   throat an J   bints. •   -   -  25 ccntx
Ho*
w. B
MINERVA
PURE READY PREPARED
PAINT
THE FAMOUS BRITISH BRAND
1 i .  • .*      ntertor im
.libl   „'l   ■*     ,l!    .1' | 1
ir bulldinj
m more •■ ihi ible
'lINr.RVA Pa every purpose.
Look ior the MINERVA He i m buy.
]'.< • y  i an .. ontains Full Impi rial
Ptom'inent dealers ut all point* sell MINERVA PAINTS,
including
Harriwarr.
Paints, etc
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
Ask (hi MINEP.VA Agency for Color Mrfrn
infol ll'.'illnll.
■^^ZT"^^      ^^4,1
Msde in Cnnnii* by
4    PINCHIN, JOHNSON AND CO. (CANADA) LIMITED
/ EiUbU(h«4 in Enrliind in  1834
/\ "ITS SO EASY TO PAINT WITH MINERVA" cn
r7T" .""."^
/
„■'„ ZBZZS ggsa
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONlRAGIINIi
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexliime   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Remittance Oov. 8w1 St.. and Rnbnnnav
Shop in Alley back <>f \i, ]. Bourne's
Stoic, First Street
Corporation tf the City
of Revelstoko
PUBLIC NOTIOE.
i'ublic Nuticu m Uereby givcu tbat
it in uusulutuly uccenaury lual UIB-
uru-iiis ul a bilH|ncioiiB uuturo be ru-
puruu tu Dr. McLidUQ, City iMcUmul
lieulili Uilicer ur utber nuyuiciuuB,
uu buuu ue Kiiuwu.   Failure tu Uu tbia
IB   a   I'l.I11.mII.llili'   ulloucc.
by Urd' r,
b. A. LAWSON,
City  Clerk.
H&VJUL8TOKH   COUNCIL
Nu.    ai,    KUYAL    TBMPLAR8    UF
TBMPBRANOB
MeetB every Jn.i aud un IbuiBdnyB
in Oddfellows Hall, at 8 u'cluck.
\ isitiug Templars are cordially iu -
vited tu attend.
W. K.  MUNSON,  S. U.
A. D. TOURNKR.  R.  3.
RUbKRT  SMITH,
Provincial Laud  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
KiHimei iiij
McKKNZlh; AVE.,
BOX   106,    HEVKLSTOKK
HAKVEY, McCARTER
ANU PINKHAM,
1 iai i mi mi.m.   tjuliciturs,   Etc.
imperial bauk building Rovel-
■toke, ii. O.
Money to Loan.
oaic««—Revelstoke,    B.   0.,     and
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Oeo. B. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A.  Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
.      H.      WALLACE
A K 0 H 1 T E C T.
P. O. Bux 141,,  Heveisiuke, B.C.
RUPERT   W.   HAGGEN
RevelBtoke,   b.   C.
liumiuiun aud  IS.  C.  Lund  Surveyor.
KOOTENAY      LODGE.  Nu.   >o A.  t.
and A. M.
Regular niueliuga are beld in MAS
ON1C TEMPLE, OilillelluwB' Hall
un tba Tli.nl Mi,inlay in eaeb montb
at - p. m. Visiting bretbren are
'mh ii.ally  welcome.
W.  THOMSON,   W. M.
W.  U.  ROBERTSON,  Secretury.
< ><i I'.I       MT.      bEGblE,    Nu-  1H01-
OF  I.  O.  F.
Meets in  I   ii   I).  F.  Hall next    to
'lapping's Opar*   Hoom  every  second
uud  tOilttb  Muii'lity   in  iin,nth.   Visit-
,ng  bretbien noidially   welcumed.
U.  W. BELL. C. R.
WM.   H.   CAMERON,   Rec.-B«c.
0.   W.  O.   W.
Mountain   View  Oaffip,  No.  i'2'i
Mn«U BCCOIld    anil      Fmnlli   Wedues
days    m  MMb  tnontb  In    Solkirk
Hall.      Visiting   Wuudmrii   ate
"iiilially  invited  ta attend
A    J,   WOODLAND,  i i,n   i "in
JAMES   MclNTYKI*;,   I lurk.
BBLKIRK     LOOOB IS,  I. (>. 0, F.
'.l.i'H nvery      Thursday evening    in
Htlklrk Hail nt » o'clock,     Visiting
brethren   runliiilly   iiivitcl.
II     BIBOrWBD,   N. 0,
JAB,   MATHIE,   Heiretary.
SOLD RANOB LOOOB,     K. ol   P..
NO, 26,  BBVBLBTOKB, ll.  C.
Meets every   Wedneeilay  except   tbe
Third  Wednesday ul each mouth      In
Oddlellows'  Hall at 8  o'clock.  Visit-
In*  Knights are cordially  Invited.
0,   W.   GARLAND,  f.   ('.
(1. II. BROOK,  K.  nf R. A 3
M. ul V.
Smoker's Supplies
The old reltable nov has thi' largest and best line of Smokers1
Supplies ever in tlie K ily, and our prices are right* Fiftj brunds
of eipars i»* choose from. I'rice from $1.00per box up; not made
trsm scrap either,
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   tif  Calabash   Pipes is small on account uf tlie
crop being a failure this year and quality poor.
Hi inr l'ipcs iu cases from QU.QO up.
Ask for the famous H. l;- B« brand* Every pipe is Kuardn-
teed.
C'i^ar and Cigarette Holders, Oases and LiKhterB, Ton* lies,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want and we will
suit you. ii v«'ti cannot call, phone 37 and goods will be Bent to
your home tor approval.   Buy early while stock is complete*
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, lie will
tell you Unit the whiskeys we are
Belling are lhe hest. Cull nnri he
eonviuoed, No household should
he without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Fropln liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blackberry Brandy
lor Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Willi's and Liquors of nil
kinds are unexcelled, Sold hy all
Un* leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers in ii Dealers In Pure Wines, liquors, Cigars and ClKaruttes
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw New Triple-Screw
S. S. Megantic   is.ooo ions each   S. S. Laurentic
Ulectric Elevators       Skilled Orchestra      Blectric Heaters, etc,
Sails May  11 th, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST CLASS. $92.50.   SECOND CUSS, $53.75.   THIRD CLASS, [S] $32.50
one-class (I ii Cabin servloe.
Twin-Screw S. S. "Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 leet long, 18,000 horsepower 514 l'eet long
Saiis May lfith, June 15th, July 13th.    May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamers sail from Montreal, railing «t Quebec.
Kuiliiiik ni^ht belore sailing.       No hotel expenses,       No transfer charges
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INUORPORATEO  1856
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
19110 1911
Capital        ....        $ 3,000,000 I .1,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,000,000
Deposits       ....        23,077,730 35,042,311
Loans und Investments          -      27.4'>7,000 38,854,801
Total Assets        -       -       -        33,090,192 48,237,284,
Has 83 Branches In Canada, snd Agents and Correspondents in all
the Prinoipal Cities In the World.
A aENtHAL BANKINO BUelNCBS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intorost allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Rcvolutuko Branch. W   H. PRATT, Manager
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
- WORK   8HOP-
Oonnauicht Ave.   •   Rovelstoke
WALL PAPER
AND (AKI'I I CLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil I'uintinK, and Painted Walls
(leaned like new.
KALSOMINING
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
flrror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Gutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Flaming, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. W. BRILL
Painter, Paper Hanger,Decorator
Kevelstoke, li C.
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Pnst Graduate Ohicago^Uulverilty
Specialty   All   Porcelain  ami
■i.'ast Crown Bridge Work
Cor. di iinvilli and Kobson Sts.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Drug Store
Phone Sey—5238
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
P'ur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Kevelstoke, B. C
before buying yont nut-
fit of working clothes
Inr llu* liusli.    I unkr a
specialty   of    Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox. Shirln
i.'M'i:'. i-i*. and everything
reiiuni*' I iu your business..
*. SATUK'JAY,  JUNK 1ST,  11)12.
TBUE M-A-IL-IIEIR-AJLir),  EEVELSTOIKE
SATURDAY, JUNK 1ST, 1912.
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.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
FRIDAY   BARGAINS
50 White Shirtwaists and Blouses.   Here is a lot that
are worth up to $4.00 Each.   Going at each    .     .   $1.90
A lot of Ladies' and Children's Lisle and Cotton Vests.
Good Picking in this lot, all at one price, 50c. for  3, or
Each
20c
Ladies' and Children's Black Knitted Knee Length Cotton Drawers, good fast Blacks, any size. 35c. each,
or three pair for $1.00
Groceries and Crockery Department
SYRUPS
Our stock of Syrups at the present time are
unsurpassed. Lyles Golden Syrup. Edwards-
burg, Corn Syrup, Imperial Syrup, MacNally's
Pure Syrup, fresh from the Maples of New Brunswick, and other brands ol Golden Syrups. For
table use, cooking and candy making, we can surprise you in Syrups. Phone or send the children
to the Store.
CANNED GOODS
This is thc time of year when your stock of
fruits and home-made pickles are getting low. We
have been fortunate enough in securing the famous
Vineland Brand of Fruits and Vegetables this year
and although equal or lower in price to any other,
the quality of this particular brand is the reason
that everyone asks for it. Put up in 2 lb. cans of
every fruit and vige.ableon the market.
SUMMER DRINKS
We are now showing a large assortment of
Summer Drinks. Lemonade Powder, Welch's
Grape Juice in half pints and quarts, Rose
Lime Juice in pints and quarts, Montserat Lime
Juice in 1 pint and 1 quart bottles, Nabob Lime
Juice in pints and quarts. Cider from the land
of Evangeline, and Pine Apple Juice, the best
that can be had.
FANCY CROCERIES
SUMMER SPECIALS
Ladies' New Long Kid Gloves—The Short-Sleeved Waists and Blouses that are used
now call for long gloves. Casscos Francis' finest maker has sent us a complete line of
Black, white and tans in the different lengths at $1.50, $2, and $2.50
Ladies' New Long Silk Gloves—Fowne's English make. All have double finger tips,
fully guaranteed, in tans, whites, black, all lengths, at $1.00 and $1.25
Fowne's English Lisle Thread Gloves—In the long lengths, all with double lingers,
Black and white, in the good washing kind, at 75c. and $1.00
The Charming New Parasols are attracting attention. We have a special one in a
White Linen, All-Over Embroidery, at each $1.75
Men's and Boys' Furnishing Department
Another car of the newest and best Groceries that we could pronure are now unloading at
our Wholesale Warehouse—the largest stock in
the city—all new and fresh goods. We can
supply you with the best on the market. Get
our prices and see where you can save money.
PICKLES
We pride ourselves on the fact that we can put
on the market Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles fresh
from the makers at a price that i.s all our own. Pts.
at 35c. and Quarts at 65c. per bottle, in Mixed,
White Onions, Chow-Chow, Walnuts and Gerkins,
We save you money by buying direct.
BAKING POWDER
SEE OUR CORNER WINDOW for Price's
Baking Powder. We have the largest stock in
the City. All new and fresh goods as we buy
in large quantities. We are always able to
give you a price that will make you feel that
we are working for your interesU.
6 oz., 12 oz., 21-2 and 5 lb. Cans
Youths' Suits
They are made for that boy of yours who
has just taken to long trousers. Nice, neat
tweeds, strong and serviceable; classy worsteds
that look and wear well. They come in the
newest cuts and the most up-to-date cloths.
Bring the boy here for them.     Sizes, 33 to 35.
Prices, $7.50 to $15.00
Men's Working Trousers
We are the leaders in workingmen's goods.
In trousers we have them all beaten. A glance
at a few of these lines will assure you that we
are in a position to back up what we say.
A NEAT STRIPE WORSTED CLOTH
TROUSER-Full and roomy. Buttons will not
come off 	
Price, $2.25
A fine stripe worsted, hard woven, two
hip pockets, made for wear
Price, $3.50
WHIP CORD WORKING TROUSERS-
Madc from English whip cord, grey colors, two
hip pockets, hard wearing and serviceable.
Prices, $3.b0 per pair
CORDUROY WORKING PANTS-Light
weight and pliable. Light color, peg top, roll
bottom, belt straps..
Price, $4.O0
LIGHT CORD KHAKI PANTS-Soft and
light weight. Will wear like iron. Peg top,
belt straps, (laps on the pockets.	
Price, $2.50
Men's Shirt Bargains
On Thursday morning we will put on the
bargain table a line of Men's Soft Collar Shirts.
They are all in light Summer patterns and all
in good condition. You can't make a mistake
on these as they were all good values at the
regular prices. Neat stripes and solid colors in
sizes from 14* to 164.
Sale Price, 80c. Each
Straw Hat Bargains
Don't forget our table of Half-Price Hats.
Real values that you are going to need right
away. The regular price is marked on every
hat and the sale price is just half of that. Just
as sure as we are going to have hot weather,
you are going to be interested in these. Don't
forget them.
Half Price
Children's
Warm
Weather
Hats
For all size Children. Straws and Canvas
Hats in shapes to suit any little boy or girl.
Round shapes, boaters and sailors. Neat little
wash hats for play j dressy little hate for Sunday.   They are all here.
Prices 35c to $1.50 Each
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 $5 for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We havt' the largest assortment ih the city, most of which
are imported hy ourselves direct from England, enabling us tn
sell nt a price tha: saves you the middleman's profit
Screens—hy the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Miulras—We havi' both colored and white in very dainty designs, I'nun 20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
to suit every taBte 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
f.t $3.20; 2Jx5ft (1.26' 3xCft $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. PATHWAY,  JUNE  1ST.  1112.
THE  [MLAJIL-IIEIRJLILID,   REVELSTOKE
fcUTUHDAY,  JIINM  1ST,  1918.
HOT    WEATHER    GOODS
SALE PRICES ON ALL WOMEN'S UNDERMUSLINS
Here   is  an   opportunity  of   buying your Muslin
Underwear at Special Sale  Prices
Women's cTWuslin Drawers.
Women's c^Vluslin Combinations
Women's Muslin Corset Covers
Women's cJTVtuslin Princess Slips
Women's Petticoats
Embroidery Needs
Swiss Cambric and Fine Nainsook
Edges and Insertions,  Flouncing,
Etc.
Bargains, Bargains
Throughout   Our   Entire   Stock.
Call in and see what we have in
store for you at Cut Prices.
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Call in and  look over  the  Special
Prices for this Sale.
REID &
YOUNG
pulpit ol Bt. John's ohuroli will lm
Supplied im follows:—Next Sunday
Rev, C, A. I'., .in i. JI I'l.'Mi'h and on
the lollowlrtg Buniliiy Mr. AUim
Thomson will havi' charge ut, Un*
serviees, It is expected that on« ol
the spoakers (rum the Y.M.O.A, convention in Winnipeg will be here to
assist Mr, Thomson. For the remain
iIim- ol the month Kev. ,1. A. Miller,
minister of Hlverdale ehuroh, Toronto, will supply. During his stay in
the city Mr. Miller will be the (,'iicst
ol Mr. A. IC.  Milh'i', Fifth street.
Mrs. II. N. Ooursler w .-Ins to
thank her mnny friends lor their
Btrong support iu the reco.it ' Pun11
cunte-it. She says Bhould s'.e go to
Ireland on the trip, slw «i.' over
boost (or  Revelstoke,
luril, Belmont, t'loverdalc, AgussU,
Ashcroii, Arrowhead, Oranl.rook,
Pernio, Creenwood and New Denver.
Examinations will also i,e held at a
later date at Bella Ooola, at some
point on the Cariboo road, anil nt
some  point on  the  west roust.
LOOK!    LOOK I
BUSINESS LOCALS
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Mi*. Ed :.. Edwards and child lell
on Wednesday last  lur the coast,
Young Morgan bas Bold Ins burse
and gone out ol the transfer business
Mondaj June 3rd, being the King's
birthday, nil the stores and hiisiuess
houses  will  he closed.
St.  John's   Tennis     club   bas two
: b .i.    operation  now.    aud    the
ersblp is Bteadlly growing,
11.UN Wilk.e, Burveyor, is in the
city outfitting a party (or Seymour
Arm woik ou Shuswap lake.
Bev. B. J. ib.ivr returned (rom a
vacation at Victoria today, aud will
occupy   n.s  own  pulpit  tomorrow.
Mis.   1,    Sl,   Sin, the aud  rhildreu
left   tor   Vancouver   last Wednes,lay
where she  will   visit   her mother Mrs.
J.  A. Harragh.
Mis.  H.  N.  Coursier  has won     a
'.r,p  to  the  briti-b  Isles  iu the  Sun
Contest,    baiiug     secured 3,826,464
votes.
Sibool  luspectoi   Ml.! r auJ Mrs.
Miilei   have  returned  irom nu auto
ti ;*   through   the   Winderemere dis-
trict.
Dr. J. L. K.i-ou and wife, ot Lyn-
den. Ont., are visiting tne home    of
Mr. F, ai. Uibaon, who is a brother
ol Hi. Gibson.
Several vi the diuggists o,' tbe Interior o.' B.C., puid itevelstoke s vis
.: this week to meet one of tbe Eas-
tviu travellers, who displayed sum-
pies here.
Howard  McRae, engineer, has lieen
. wh re his i.uu
Uy   will  residi    ..   : tt ll       They     will
by   theil   many
::■  Hei e.stoke.
J*   Pl th        .,*■•...   ii is   been
■        ren
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made the as
' .   i'Ulall
Am   emenl ist Thui   la)  eveu-
*• i) ft.
led like   .    Ird tn ti.'
a .. iti
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i].".;.!      *.     Bros.,
.
occupied   on
M. .'     0   I  ■ '•      ■
w.ll   occn; .
I■ " -■ * Wed
Mr.   Han*' a  ..ns    <
"•  six     mon::.
Atlantic .,
ie Nl
•<■ numerous.     I-
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dayi
SEEDING    TIJVLE
As llu* lime tins arrived wheu you must do your seeding, we wish
lo draw your attention lo the fact that our seeds are all Iresh and
new slock not uny old ones left to slull off, < 'nr Onion sets are
the best, eiihri the Dutch Set or the Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED -We have just unloaded one ear •>( Purity
I'loiu, One Car of No. 1 Thnotliv Hay, I'ne Car feed, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheal, Harley, Corn, llrali, Shorts
and ( hops. Ifyou require all} of these, let ns quote you prices,
We Can Save Vou Money.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Green Elected by Acclamation
As was predicted by the Mail Herald weeks ago, Mr.K. K. Green, has
been elected member tor the Kootonay by acclamation, as tbc lollowiug
dispatch will show:
Nelson, May ill R, K. Green, of
Victoria, wnB yesterday elected hy acclamation as member of parliament
(or the Kootenay. Mr. Green was
nominated by the Conservatives and
un opposition candidate was put up.
Mr. Green succeeds A. S. Goodeve,
who resigned his seat to accept a po
sition on the railway commission,
Don't lorget, peaches and cream at
the  Savoy.
For really choice Chocolates, drop
iu at  the  Sugar  Uowl.
The "Sugar Howl" use ouly real
fruit syrup   at   their soda  fountain,
The   "Sugar   Uowl"   lee  oread)      is
unsurpassed.
Sec the Revelstoke Hardware Co.'s
advertisement for bargains in screen
doors and  windows,
The "Sugar Uowl" ice cream parlors arc now complete, The best
and most up-to-date soda fountain In
tiie city.   A   visit  will  surprise  you.
POR SALE—Household Furniture,
good a- new, consisting of dining-
room furniture, Souvenir range,
Piano, etc., bargain pries. Applj
to Mrs. George Ulaek. next to Drill
Hall, Second  Btreet,  Revelstolie,
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have You  in Case of ACCIDENT By 6ca or Lnnd ?
Drop lu and we will explain our Improved Gold Bond
Accident L'olicyt double liability, only costing f30 a year,
|5,000 on life ami ?10,0GU double liability, pa/lug f^5.0U
weekl) indemnity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
Mr.   F.W.  Laing leaves on  Monday,      Waller  ltews  has  Bold   liis  auto  to
for ISdmonton, in attend the sittings   Geo.  Clark,   While  In  th*  east    Mi.
of  ihe  Presbyterian General
bly.
Arsem
Urmeniiiei ihe lacrosse match "';
Monday, .lune :ird, McKeniie avenue
recreation grounds, Armstrong it.
Hevelstoke. at  2:80 p.m.
1( you are Interested  In Bpori   aud
tin   advertising   of      Itevel ti ke
tbe  lacrosse  boys along  with
presence at ihe lacrosse  match a   .'
p.m.  mi Monday,  June 3rd.
Mr.    R,   li.   McDonald *-■     val
roadster,  recently  purchased  In     the
Okanagan, through a draui I
-talde  bas  beeu  sull.nng  (rom   i
attack ol iufloiuation of     tbe   I
Under careful nursing  ,t   -    . •■  ••
the horse's life will I •
should    be  a  lesson   (or
keep theii  sta les Irei
The local examinations lor lhi
ilill  Couservati * im
held   ,u      i:  .■ •■•.*.
June 5th,  when  |
Wrigley  and   Mrs    Hermann   Mel
*
.n the different .
M  -
-  will  ia. held  .n  Rev
the  17th June,  when ;
■■ini*
.need in due *    *   •
:,s  to  Kan.
team on Vlcl
Hews   will   pun-lias*   another   machine
and    will     use  the  same on  Knstern ,
".ids. after which he will  bring tbe
auto back with li*m i" Revelstoke in
two ur inths tuiiM
i The Governor-General ot Canada,
«.i! visit Nelson ,n September,
Kamloops on September 18th, Y by
md tbe Progress Club arrange for
Hi;.il tbe Dull * f Ci nn lught t ,
pay Itevelstoke ., i.s. n bis way to
Kami"* I's.    |>t    is  eft   I usy.
im Sunday in '.ie Methodist cburcb
at ll a.m. an "Object Talk" w.ll be
tio r      will
•
p.m. subject
"I the  Bible."
v   Ml • Vi.
• ime.
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Evangelical Lectures
The Rev, P. II.  Donnelly, 0. M.  H,
will begin n Mission in thc Catholic
cburcb at Hevelstoke on next Sun -
day  morning,   June 2nd.
The Rev. Gentleman has hen engaged in all thc princiaal cities of
Canada dining the past twelve months, in giving lectures and in con
ducting  evangelical   meetings.
The sermons and lectures are in -
tended tor Catholics and their non
Catholic friends, Ihey arc in no sense
controversial, but merely an exposition of Catholic doctrine. Many people arc interested   iu     the attitude
which the Catholii: i hiireh takes on
various questions of the day, so thc
people ol Hevelstoke will have an
opportunity during the coining week
to hear lor themselves, an authentic
Statement  ou  these  points.
On Wednesday evening Father Donnelly intends io nive u lecture nn the
Catholic Legislation concerning marriage, known as thc Ne Temere Lc-
cree; on Friday evening a lecture on
the Confessional.
Service each evening at S p.m., on
Sundays at 7:30 p.m.
Oil Shows Good
The lollowing t ley am received ly
Mr. A. .1 McDonell on Thursday will
l*> good news to mnny of our Cltlwns
who were fortunate enough to ,j euro
some of  this oil  sti •
Vancouver.  B.C., May 30,  1912,
A.   .1    MeDonell,   Hevelstoke.
Waddell  wires well No. -' producing
and sioh.i ly  in reusing.
Canadian   PaOiflC  Oil   Co.
of B. c.  Limit id.
From this telegram il  now appe irs
Ig money  is practically assured  holders  ,.i  tbere  oil   shares.      Oil
tiling  now  at  a.'c.  per  barrel  :or
Inch gravity oil. and the outlook (or
any is bright in the     ei -
WANTBD—At once, six capable men,
for work in SiibIi and door factory,
Steady employment tor experienced
men, Apply at Sash and Door Kac
tory.   Uevelstoke.
NOTICK.
Hevelstoke Laud District.
District of West Kootenay.
Tuke notice thut Adelard B. Dlou-
din, o( Halcyon, D. C, occupation
shipwright, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbc following
' described  luud:
Commencing at a post planted 20
chains south nud 20 chains west     ol
thc south-east corner of Lot 7072;
theuce south 40 chains, theuce west
2b chains, thence uortb 40 chains,
theuce eust 20 ehains more or less to
poiut ol commencement, and containing eighty acres, more or less.
Dated March llth, 1912.
Adelard S. Blondiu.
Hugh  Pattiusou.   Agent.
WATER    NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given that 30
days after dnte I intend to upply to
the Water Commissioner lor Twenty
Miners' Inches of Water to lie uiken
trom Davis Creek, and to be used for
Irrigation purposes on tbe following
described land:—Part of tbc 8. W.
(Ine quarter Secilon 33, Township 20,
Hnnge 29, W., 3th Meridian, north ol
Arrowhead, B. Cf
Dated this 7th day of May 1912.
KTTA C.  HAIGI1.
la,
We have a lew 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 1HESE  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
wr
£ EMPRESSTHEATRE   |
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
-COMING-
THE FLIRTING PRINCESS CO.
JUNE 29th, 1912
POPULAR PRICES,   15-25-35
&.
NATIONAL  STOCK   COMPANY
Week of June 24th
Plan ai Macdonald's Drug Store
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.* t   tbi    Bifbt     between    Revelet • .•■ * *••    :... Inei    M
and Vancouver in R iperl
Nurses Entertain
.  tbe nurs.'H o( the hi ■
trie de Ln
in th,: Uo-
bulMing. Cardi
tbe
*v*nin(r.   Tlie rooms  were ninth    icc-
The sup -
\t   "600"   the  lady
Di    ducaer -
'A III      I..IU
th<-   I I!     \| u
Hi*  ni.it
njoy -
Ich    ..vi r siUy
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For Entrance to High School
* H  lul'
■ Mill
otnti     "ii
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liKWK-   DRUG  STORE
PER6IAK   SHEP.bFRT    lu
; Ottll J '. I . - !.
CITRATE    OF    M/GNE6IA
BARGAINS IN SOAP
Buttermilk
Oatitini)
Glycerine
I Iderflowi i & Cncnmbei
25c
BIXALL     GLYCERINE   80AP    Biglll
I nun i* (alu"*. fnr 50c.
■GERMAN SILVER LADIES' MESH BAf.S
I r.iii   »l
Viluee.
Well Known Books
at 75c. Each     3 for $2
" The Inner Slum,  '
Tin- S'lii.-iv. Mail "
Tin* Barriei
" The Silver Horde
'■ I'reek leu "
" Spoiler*
" The l n,n
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERBY AND SOF1   11A I i   in lab
;ind sh.ipos.
WE SPEC IAI.I/I.   in  Mi n        lirl .   itriped,
i.m' ■ corded, from $i up.
I..iii Spring Suits and Overcoats,
Drop in when passing and see oui   large siw k
and pattern * to mil the most fastidious.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fii-Rrform Clothing        Stciion Hals Fool-Rife Slioes
Others Are Making Money!  Why Not You ?
Just read of a feu instances of how successful our clients have been in recent
investments recommended by us. We made for one Revelstoke man in live
weeks on
A Cash Out/ay of $375; A Net Profit of $475
Another client, investing $iao, made a net profit of $100 in four weeks, and
two other men in six weeks on an outlay of $285 each, made a net profit of $265
each.     We have made good money for these Revelstoke businessmen.
WE CAN DO THE SAME FOR YOU
Lasl week we sold out the balance of our 17s dollar lots in Moose Jaw and
have secured .1 few more closer iu at lhe original pi ice of $200 each, which our
sates manager, who has just returned from Moose Jaw, informs us is at least $50
under market value. Two new railroads, locating in the ea-t end, aie causing
lug advances and »e arc expecting 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  $£00   EACH
We Can Make Money for You if You Buy Here
Terms, One-Fifth Down, Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency. Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G  FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue

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