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too you want to win the Grand Vrize Vlayer Tiano Now on Exhibition at the *Re>VeUtoKe Music
"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it in
unsurpassed.    Price $1)0*1
Interior Publishing Co., Agts..
v;
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Interior Publishing Company
PRINTKHS AND PUBLISHERS
Vol. 18-No. 89
REVELSTOKE. 15. C. JUNE 8, 1912
$2.EO Per Year
Summer J^olies
Coal Oil Stoves Guaranteed o
Perfection — 2-Burner
Quick Meal—2-Burner
$10 do
|; 12 50
English 2-Burner with Oven, Kettle, Fry Tan, Pot
and Steamer 7 50
Electric Stoves
5 inch $6.00
(5 inch  0.50
8 inch   7.50
Electric Irons
lint Point, I lb  $5.00
6 lb 6.50
National Electric Iron
1 wo-Year Guarantee
•lord Hi $6.t111 We havejyet to have our
first iron returned for re-
sl1'  I'""1     I   pairs.	
Small  Oil Stoves
One Burner  75c. to$l.n»*
Two Burners.  $2.00 to $2 50
Ice Cream Freezers
Polar Star. L ql    $1.25
Pnlar Star, 2 qt        1.50-
Pular Star. 3 qt        2 mi
Polar Star. 1 ql 2.50
Screen Doors.        Screen   Windows
Flj Traiis     Wire Plate Covers     Baby Hammocks, $1 up
Lawn Mowers Grass Catchers Grass Shears
Lawn Rollers Edge Cutters
[SiEHARDWARECa
LIMITED
Plumbing Tinsmithing: Steam and Hot Water Heating
All Work Guaranteed.
CURTAIN WILL DROP TO-NIGHT, 9 P.M.
ON FIRST PERIOD OF VOTING CONTEST
pr
0 OO-OOO-OOO-O <XXKXK>0000<H>0
Imperial Bank of Canada
Hond Ot^lco   Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00
6,000,00u.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches cr Agents at all principal points in,Canii*da.
Ag'nm in Oreat Uritain and Unilpil Suites—London, England,
Lloyds Bank. Limited. Chicago Pirrt National Bank, Corn Kx-
cha-nge National Bank. 8-aattla—t)e*n.li Sat looal Bank, San Kran-
oisco Weill ■•'t.n. Nnvad National Baak t'pnkune—Exchange
National h,n-..
Savings bank Department
Deposits cf if! ,.i, upwnl, received, and Interest allowed at
cuneu; rate from date of deposit,   Oorreepondenoe noiinited.
6     Rovo!,toko Branch—A. S.WcCleneghan, Mgr.
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Solitaire Diamond Ring Will Be Awarded Candidate
Who Has Most Votes at End of First Period
-Ring Being Given by Mr. J. Guy Barber-
Vote Earning Power of Subscriptions Reduced
20 Per Cent. During the Next Period.
Only ii tew hours now ere Uir Bght
tor iln- beautiful solitaire diamond
lini,' Kiveii hy Mr. Barber nml tho
leadership In the greatest voting eon
teet ever IimIiI in llu' Interior ol Brit
ish Oolumbia will ho definitel) decided. Thin prize aud honor is aw
uitinh' the candidate who lms Bhown
tin' best v..te getting ability (lurinn
lhc lirst period oi the Maill-Horald's
contoet *
Thero arc reasons why you Bhould
enter the contest today and assume
a leading position. Get some sith -
scrlptlons ami turn them In before
nine o'clock tonight. Join the rival
ry, yuu will like it. Any one ol the
prises will reward you handsomely
for the work you do,
Uon't imagine that other people
can Ret subscriptions easier than you
ran get them. You can ilo as well us
any of your opponents it you are
willing to work with thc riuht spirit
ainl conscientiously,
The successful people arc always
envied by the multitude who covet
hiK things hut are unwilling to pay
the price ot effort to ^ct them. The
people who have done things thai
make them stand out in history trom
other people, were not lucky. They
did not have Irlends In court, th?y
did not huve a better chance than
others, they were not people of abnormally   developed   intellects.
But Ihey all had the lines ot work
on  their  faces.
Ainl that is all  there is to the wiu-
the
Hi-
are
nitiK ol success in the Mall-Herald
contest, .lust work, constotenl and
earnest work. Money never mude 11
great  man.   Opportunity alone never
made a man famous, elivoinui'iil never produced a Senilis, ii great ginoral
or a master of men.
Application is tho obccuco ot ach ■
ievemenl. (lenius is the capaolty for
work and the evhleme ol goniUB is
the product of labor.
An JS50 Player l'luno or $600 in
gold is the prize which beckons you
to  11111  the race  with  diligence.
You can win if you will, an 1
pare maker has the best of it.
the paco maker when the votes
published ne.vt   week.
Turn in enough votes tonight to
win the special prize ring and to givn
you a commanding position in tho
big prize voting contest.
Verbal assistance will nol always
help candidates to attain the end
they  hope  for.
Many persons have asked the best
way to help candidates in the Mail -
Herald's great voting contest. A
word then about supporting your
favorite candidate, It seems us
though It would not be amiss for
the different friends to devote a few
minutes of their time assist ini; their
favorite candidate to win by securing a few subscriptions for them. It
would  be appreciated.
If euch friend of a candidate should
, pay one year to the Mail-Herald,    it
would bc doing more thnn     carrying
out the doctrine of fraternity.   Oot,
busy.   Don't  say   "I hope  you      will
win," produce some evidonce of your
good  wisheH.
Your Friends need support.
NOW Is the time to Rlvo them thai
support,
They  want  to  be   winners.      Votes
will  make them  winners.      All of* lhe
candidates have an equal ohanoe to
win the elegant KanwPlayer Piano,
or $('.n<) In gold. The* is not. one
candidate In the list who cannot, be
overhauled by a little effort. A low
paid subscriptions to the Mall-Herald
for terms of Iwo or three years will
give any newly entered candidate a
commanding position.
POSITION OF THK CANDIDATE
The   bulletin      published last  week,
showing the comparative standing ol
the candidates, showed that all have
I'eeeived   good   support.    During     lhe
week the race for tho diamond ring
to be awarded by Mr. Barber, has
been a v'.'ry OXClbl'Ug one. The leaders
in the contest nre running very olose
together, The newer candidates huv-
Ing made rapid gains during the last
week.
TO THE BOBSORffiBR.
Mr, Subscriber:—II yuu have promised a favorite caudldnto that you
would call at the ofllce and pay tor
your subscription In her favor, do
not fail to make good youi' promlsi
before nine o'clock  tonight.
Bury En Route
Winnipeg,     .lime    6—George Bury,
vice president und general manager of
I the    Oanadian      Pacitic railway,    left
this  morning  at  eleven  o'clock      for
a trip  of  Inspection   over  the western
lilies. He is accompanied by dtvia -
division ollicials, and "jc111 1.0 Join
, ed in the west by the chief engineer.
His trip will extend to tho coast and
while there several matters now
pending will lie disposed of.
Ladies* and Children s
Wash Dresses
White and Colored
Mrs. A, G, Crick, • First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with ils bright, spicy
flavor slut Iragrancy. Sold in 1 lb.
li'H.l packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 70B
GROCER & RAKER
Phone No, 23
PIAKDS PLAYER PIANOS
Small cTVUisiciil Goods
tw.it.rr
Cull and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave.
Eastbound Train Wrecked
Moose Jaw, Sask., June 4— Train
No. 2, eastbound, was wrecked this
afternoon while travelling at a duty
mile clip two miles east ot (.lull lake-
Six cars left the rails in consequence
and two of the crew and eight col -
onist passengers were hurt, two severely.
The most seriously injured are the
baggage man, wbo sustained sculp
wounds and internal injuries and the
news agent, wbo also Biillcred bead
wounds.
Tbe injuries sustained by tbe rest
were of a more or less minor nature,
cons,sting ot cuts und hruises. 'llu
O.P.R. physician, Dr. Smith ol Moose
Juw, wu- on board at the time and '
rendered immediutc assistance. Three '
doctors from Swift Current, Ilrs. McArthur, Kcll and t'ann, were uiso sum
tnoned and accompanied thc Injured
buck  to  Gull  Lake.
Thut thc casulutics included uo fatalities is a miracle for .he colonist
cur mounted clean over the top ot
the baggage car, tbe contents ol
winch along with the contents ol
tish and refrigerator cars were hurled beyond ihe right ot wuy into the
adjacent lields. The derailed rolling
stock consisted of the baggage car,
two refrigerator cars loaded with
Bab, mail car, colonist car and the
diner, The permanent way was toru
up iu such a fashion that a loop rail
wuy is being lui-1 around it to relieve irallic. The cause of the disaster Is thought to be al'ioken wheel
in one of the front cars. The engine
did not leave the track nor did the
sleepers. The liue is under block
for tke rest of the night. A wreck -
ing crew has been rushed from Sw.ft
Currcntand it is hoped to send thc
,1. laved westbound forward iu tbc
monring on the temporary track.
OFFICIAL  STATEMENT.
Oaigary, June I—The Oanadian Pa-
eitic railway gives the following state
ment  of the wreck:
Train No. 2, Which left Calgary An
Tuesday   morning   was   derailed   at   a
point four and a half miles east of
Cull 1„ . fl ut 1 I 16, . 'nly the baggage   ear,   two      tourist   sbepir*   and
thc die - ire derailed and non.
•f the , ..*... i... is were seriously in -
lund,   Ki iui  lady  paaeengen in   the
tourist slee|>or r ,,.,-d slight cuts
and bruises and the news agent and
iU'Iimii i.eeived a shaking Up,
iThe n,iiiu-s ,,| ibe injured passcnget
ue as follows Mis .'. II. Olson,
-i-.it tie, Mrs. I'oiipci, dlasgow. Sent
land;   child   ol   Mi..    II.   Spcir.   IPpI
ford, Knri.i'i. Mrs. Mice Spear,
\\*.tn..I.iy. Kngland; Mi . Maiy Hhel-
stcad, Port   Blakely,  Wash.
nteniieiii  Price went   to thiol thc wreck.
FATAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT
NEAR TAPPEN SIDING
Engineer W. H. Jolliffe Killed-Brakeman Wright and
Eldridge Slightly Injured-Coroner's Inquest Now
in Session
It is the painful duty ot this paper
to Chronicle another fatal railway incident by which one of the young
men ot this city lost his life. It wns
a head-on -ollision, aud occurred at
Kault station, some CO miles west ot
here, about 2 a.m. lust Thursday
morning, A heavy w.'Bt bound stock
train collided with an cast bounJ
freight,
As a result ot this accident, W.H.
Jolllfle, tne engineer on the west
bound train was killed, while brakes
men Estridge and Wrinht, were .dight
ly   injured.
When the cugiues struck several of
the stock cars piled up over each
other  und  many  cattle      were killed.
It  took   nearly  all  day  Thursday   to
clear  thc  track.
The remains of the dead engineer
also the iwo injured brakemen, were
brought to Revelstoke at noon cn
Thursday.
Coroner Dr. Hamilton will hold an
inquest this afternoon at 2 o'cIock.
The (ollowing citizens having I ecu
sworn in as jurymen:—T.E.L. Taylor
K. M. dibson, H. MeKinnon, H. J.
McSorley, R. M. Smythe and W. J.
Dickie.
Various reports arc current as to
the cause of this accident, but as lhc
coroner's inquest is now in session,
further comment is withhold.
j As wc go to press we learn that
lbe two injured brakesmen will be
about again in a few days, their
injuries only  being slight.
Killed at Nakusp
Nakusp, June .1—A tragic aflair occurred on the outskirts of the town
last  night     resulting in the instan
taneo.is  death  of a  young  boy    nine
years old.  It appeal's another boy of ,
similar  age  mimed      Enul   Nell irand, j
son of  u  highly   respected  rancher  In
the Cllenbank    district,   had lieen   to
IJrousc    hunting  gophers   with  a  Wl-
calibre rifle.      Returning  home at    1
o'clock   he   met  another   boy, tbo son
of J.P. Friesen, a neighboring rancher, who wanted to have a shot trom
young Neubrand'l rifle, A cartridge
was inserted and it is claimed young ]
Friesen in ins eagerness to shoot [ uli
led the gun toward himsi-lf, amount-
Ing almost to a struggle, when it
went ofl, the bullet entering Kriesen.-
ear, he dying without a word.
A smaller boy, 4 yeaiH obi, was the
only witness and reported the tragedy to the victim's parents. Meantime the Neubrand lad. terrilled al
the sight of his playmate, had nm
home at all speed, but niaile no men
tion of the accident to his parents,
win, were only notified of the awtul
event later hy strangers. Tho par
ents of both boys are prostrated ov-
■i th. nail aflair, which is looked i iimi as purely accidental The inquest
mc   b Id  tonight by Dr.  Mossniin.
Gun Club Shoot
EVENT ONE
For   the   Hupoiit   Powder  Company
me,lal,   twenty live   targets   handicap
Sturdy,  gol   1,  broke tt, total M.
McDonell,   got  5,   broke  24, total  Hf).
Harbor,  got 11,   broke 22, total 25.
Foote,  got  8,  broke  111,  total  25.
Brown,  got X,  broke  17,  total  2,1.
MVENT  TWO.
Dominion   Oartrtl(e (Jjmpany iou
ther  gun case,  same Con.ilt' iri
Sturdy,   got   (I,   broke   Hit,   total   IS.
McDonell,  got 0,   brake 21,  total  24
Barber, got I, broke 20, total 31.
Foote,   gol   .'..   btoke   US,   t.rtiil  21.
Brown, got 7, broke it*, total 23.
Custcms Revenue
Port ol  Kevi'lstoke customs returns
for   April   iiiiii   May   are  as follows:
April.  191J  119,064.1)3
May     S1,181.»U
McGill Musical Exams
The Mciiili  University local emu
inaiioiis iu practical music were held
June 5t.li,  with the following results
Qrade 3,  Intermediate- Edna .'or
son,   116;  Vela Hell,  102;  Ruth llrown
L00,
Qrade    4,      Junior—Annie  Mcl/ean,
10fi;      Myrtle  lirock,  100;  E.    linul
shaw,   114.
Qrade 6, Elementary—B. Laughton
111; M. ('. Bell, L08-; M. Brown, 96.
Qrade 6, I.owcsl *ll. Tomlinson
i:«; »V, Abrahamson, i:i(l; L. Hob
son. 11-1; I'l. Goring, It:,; M. M. Mc
Million.   IU7.
•Passed with distinction,
(Signed)    n   li   i-EiiiN,
Musical  Director.
IF YOU W AN r
Garden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,    V. ire Fencing and Gates
Bicycles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Guns, etc., we can supply you
BOURNE BROS,
Grocers
AKDWAKE
Plumbing
&
Ji
ARRIVING    DAILY
FRESH STOCK OF GROCERIES
Oranges, sweet, juicy, per do/en
Chivcrs'Orange Marmalade,   " *   gloi
Cream Cheese, McLaren's, per packet
Eastern Maple Sirup in -to, k again, per quart
Soup Powders, per packet
40c
25c
20c
65c
1 Sc
JOHN   MCINTYRE   &   SON
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
To Get the Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFTS
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Idt.
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Personal
For one week only n'e 'nre offering at one
third off the regularprite all High Grade
Bloomer Suits eonst.iting of all-wool atttl
/'amy Worsteds in so/itl colors and fancy
weaves. Over soo patterns to choose from,
made up in the natty. t;vo and three button
double-breasted models. Russian and Regulation Sailor Suiti for the little chaps
also.
tf your boys wardrobe needs replenishing
foe ask you to bimg him here tonight.
Rennmic) One-Third Off Regular Price.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Tilt ST\IFS SHOP IOR MEN AND BOYS
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
I'llll   SAl.K   IIV
E. G. Woodland
E. P. McLean
Best Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and Partridge Wyandotte
Egg*
P. O.  BOX   181 SATURDAY,  JUNK mi,
THE nVC^XL-HER^.r.XJ,  RBVELSTO KITH
SATURDAY,  JUNK 8th  1912,
Are You Insured Against
Accidents and Illness
IF   NOT.   WHY   NOT—h is .vour duty both  to your-
selves and your dependents.
Call and see us.   We shall be pleased lo point out the bene-
tits to be derived from these policies.
Special double indemnity clause quarantine Indemnity clause
and all illnesses insured against,
London and Lancashire Accident Co,
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.
Ocean Accident Corporation.
=^
ALT. REPRESENT KD BY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
^
BOARD OP TRADE
REGULAR MEETING
Revelstoke and Panama Delegate for
Calgary. Would Entertain Mr.
Bury   Railway Extension lo Trout
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Scenic Auto Road.
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PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   ANU
SATURDAY  AT
REVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
jtitcrtoc flMibiisbtno Compans,
Limited
J.  K.  JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALPH  0.  BCHUTON.   Editor.
BCUSCIUI'TION RATES
Includ**!*-;  ljomage tu England,  United  Stateu and Canada,
By the year i through poBtolllce) 12.50
ADVEHI'lrilNG RATBS.
Legal notices 10 centd per hue liisi
insertion, 5 centi) pcr hue each
■uliae<|ueut insertion. .Meusiire-
uieiitn Nuupanel (12 liuns uiukc
one inch.j .-''.on' aud guut'ial
business announcements (2.50 i>et
Inch per mouth. I'relcrred positions, -'.'' per cent, additionul.
H.i ti.*-, Marriages aud Heaths, 50c
each  insertion.
Land notU'es J".50. All advertisements subject to tue approval ot
Uie management. Wanted and
Condensed Advertisements : —
Agents Wanted, Help Wautcd, Bit
Uatiuus wanted, Situations Vacant, Teachers Wanted, .Mechanics
Wanted. 25 words or less, 25c,
each additional line Ul ceuts.
Changes il staudiug advertisements must he in by 9 a. m.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
to secure good display.
CORRESPONDENCE invited on matters ai public intercut. Communications to Editor must lie
accompanied by name ut writer
Dot necessarily tor publication,
but as evidence ol good laith.
Correspondence should  be  brlet.
SATURDAY,  Jl'NE Mh  1912.
The publication oi' information
in the Canadian press alleging
that included among the plans of
the late Mr. C. M. Hays, American dictator at the head  of tlie
Canadian   National   Transcontinental Railway, who went down
with the Titanic,  were comprehensive schemes, having for their
avowed object the diversion ofl
the terminals and business of the |
(I.  T.   P.   to   an   Alien   United!
-States Port, has caused a distinct ■
shock throughout the Dominion.
In some quarters there   is a
disposition to belittle the matter.
plaints made, had a very solid
foundation of fact. A return
compiled at the request of the
Dominion Government, and a
portion of which return was
made ou! by the writer, disclosed
that almost without exception,
;ill the important positions were
monopolised by aliens, who in
many instances brought nothing
more substantial in the way of
qualification to their,jobs, than a
pronounced capacity to talk down
their noses, and an acquaintance
with old students of the various
colleges from which the head
American engineers who controlled the construction, had
graduated years before in the
United States.
Shortly after these revelations,
the writer quit the responsible
position he held in the service of
the G.T.P., but he learned from
well informed correspondents
throughout the western construction route, that nothing was
ever done to mitigate this serious
national scandal.
'lhe late C. M. Hays was always in his heart endeavoring to
favor his native land and his own
countrymen, and the attitude
was the principal asset of
a large number of his immediate subordinates. Let any-
reasonable man ponder over
these statements, also consider
the unreasonable attitude Mr,
Hays and his gang of American
assistants always adopted towards Canadian labor their bitter fights with employee! in the
East and their discrimination
against Canadians and Britishers
in the West, and they will then
discover the secret motives which
dominated his conduct, and
which were so powerful, that he
is now stated to have actually
placed before the directors in
London, a plan which would have
carried the entire terminals with
their control of the nationally
built road over the border.
In this pursuit of alien ideals
the true reason I'm' many otherwise inexplicable happenings and
moves throughout the length of
the railway over which Mr. Hays
had control, is to be found.
The time is now ripe, and the
opportunity offers, for a radical
alteration   in   the  personell  and
'[c\!Vh*. °_pi?'°" .:'f.^^e^ip^yo^theGl^d^unk Pacitic
,i» paper, it is a very serious
atfair ar.d which should lie thot
"Ughlv sifted to the bottom.
Let the incapable interlopers
who have been responsible for
most  of   the   terrible mistakes
It was our privilege, somelmai|ein the pasti an(] for the
years ago to perg.nia!!'. be in bitterness which exists between
a position to become well ac-*the hea(ls ,)f departments and
'.'.•.,i,ted with the i.i-.-.'ls of tbp their subordinates be dispensed
'irar,: 1 i . !';. *■ Railway at with, and their places Oiled bj
the western terminus of Prince better men who trained in the
Rupert, and to have un oxcep-|atmoiphere  of Canadian    Uni
ti onally good opportunity of dis-
i  • :    ih"   principles    ai d
motives of some of these offlc«
ials.
It is not saying too much  to
state thai conspiracy, or  at   at y
rate a very effective underst
ing existed among the higher ups
in the service of the G.T.P., thnt
American employees and American contractors were to be favored in  every  possible  manner.
People conversant wiih the inside workings of the G.T.P., will
recall   that   this conduct finally
reached   thc si/,    of   a  national
scandal, and that a commission
were ^appointed  to  inquire  into
the alleged boycott of Britishers
and Canadians by officials of the
G. T. P.    In order to escape the
appearing before such ax inquiry,
■several of the highly  placed  U.
•S.  officials  took   long   leave   of
absence,   bul   sufficient was  discovered to prove tht the com*
versities   and   Nationality    wi
bring to the management ol
national transcontinental,   that
patriotic pride and •
which has been sc painfu
utterly absent  during the   past
few years.
New Time Table
On .Inn'' Ind, a IW* C.P.R Uni
table came into eflMt lur the sum -
mer, changing tin- houn of arrival
,m i departure "i tbt tratne,    wbtcfa
llll     UK   (olloWK.
WEBT BOUND,
NO.
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Arrive
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IS  :'.
:
BAST BOUND
17o.k
No,
i.i are
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BOUTH THAIN
    I!;IS
Arrives
knives 7:10
ii in
There was a fnir alteiiilHiice at the City
ll.ill Thiiradaj night when C. ll. Hume
inok the ili.iii at tlw regular nteclliig ol
tin- Board »f Trade,
Mr. McLennan acted as secretary, In
the absence "f l-'.W. Ualug at Bdmonton,
Business commenced at s:i5with the
reading of lhe minutes of the last meet-
ing held "ii Mai (>tli, nml which were
adopted
RAILWAY COMMITTER
rhe i.nlwai   committee reported progress pii member McSorley.
SECRETARY'S RESIGNATION
Mr. C. I>. Hume   Mr. Laing  is awaj
in I'.ilinotii'iii. in tlie meantime perhupl
we liml better arrange (or a secreinry
pio-U'tn*
Mr. McLennan lt iaa pity we can't
consolidate lliesc various secretaryships,
such a*- lhe Hoard oi Trade, Progress
Club, Hospital, Retailers' Association,
etc., aud keep a hooiI permauenl man,
at'iuyrate lhe Progress Club and lhe
liourd nl Trade iniylit work together,
Mr. B.-ll That is a suggestion which
should be kept in view.
Tin.' discussion llifii drifted ou to the
land question.
Mi. Manning I understand (rum the
Progress Club that within two mouths
tlii-_i[iii"-liiin of land settlement will be
Investigated by a Commissioner who it,
COUliug out wesl liuin Ottawa.
Mi. McSorley—A committee were ap-
pointed to nu into Ihii and report so that
the Board would beol cue mind and uot
have different theories to advance to ibis
Commissioner, but ihev have never done
anything, I presume like all our other
committees,
Mr. Lawrence A scheme uas in pro-
cess "i organization whereby a compauy
would cleor the laud, acting between the
government and the settlers, The Company to buy at $2:50 per acre (rom the
government and guarantee i" clear 50
pel ei-iil. ol ■*,line aii'l sell on easy payments to bona h'le settlers.
Mi. U. a. lluine -Theold committee
should reporl re these lands. The committee .ire Messrs. Pratt, C, R. McDonald, ... s. MeCarter, H.J. McSorley.
NEW MEMBERS
lhe (ollowing names were balloted
upou 11. l'i Cumming, \V. ll. sturdy
and declared elected.
COMMUNICATIONS
Au invitation to lhe Western Canada
Panama convention at Calgarj on June
jsiii precipitated a discussion on lhe
genernl question oi the Port ol Revelstoke aud Columbia kiwi Navigation
Mi. Law'rencc 1 iliiuk someone, say
Mi Atkins, should bc sent to this convention,
Mr. t .il*-.,.!'     I * .*[,,nu* in   Lhl
ii.iv   would  lie  interested   iu litis pro-
We eould   gain   assistance  and
wide publidtj
M ■ •• ■ *t Revelstoki scheme
is .i - . hou pushed
Mi • Manntnu    .   • • Kovernmenl
the t olumbia
ami we cannot talk with in* - ■
til the same -;•■•■    in
Mo ■     that a
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,ii' mattei tni
than lhe Rig Hi
Mr    Manning   Our   n.
member, M;   t<   i '. t ■
be   in   Reveletoke   it
uni! the Progress ■ luh
j  I   '■*'        ,|:,1        1        :*'
should    '
ni.ii tei        *"*
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i resident  Hume   The  ■
iiiiii.*,* ur. hi   * natti i up
Tbe ■• * I'l.u*. wa ■ Inetrui Utl lo writt
,uni ascertain when Mr I'urj would lie
again passing through Ri velsti
lo ti nder him an in-*, Ration 10 stop ofl to
Imn lui.ii, oi |o iio • I i deputation on
matter* comic. •• d m itli lhc U  I1  H   iml
Ren Kioto
Mi inm* adjourned al 11 p in
The candidate In u voting cone-set
iVho does not know In mlvaiii'i' what
lhe vote schedule will he up to tho
very last minute of the contest, in,
no Kiiui'iintoe that ha will get a
square deal. The hard work of practically the entire oampatgn might bo
destroyed by a change In ths rota
schedule the UiHt low iluys ol the I on
test. Pear ol this action often do -
ters people trom bocomlug contest
candidates,
Those who contemplate ent'". lue; the
Mall-Herald'* content huve Information lu advance regarding tho vi tc
iillow'Hiii'c for subscriptions COVfcti' K
thc entire contest, and have the pi o-
mi»o uf tho Mall-Herald that the
vote schedule that has been puu'iBb-
cil will not lm altered nt any time
under any pretext.
Cun.lkliitos can receive ',', les i'i,ly
hy collecting subscriptions lor ilu*
Miiil-llcruld mul the .'an id .ol Home
Journal. The vote schedule i in rah
wil will prevail without, c.lauge, Unu
out the contest, except fie twe„ty
per cent reduction which will be mado
at the end of eaeh period.
The Mail-Heralil guarantees ttis
promise. At no time luring the n litest will the published Vot; nUedulc
be changed under any pretext tr i>y
any device ur contrivaue.
Signed     J. K.  jo'mson,
Manager,
B, '!.  Seruton,
Editor.
H->,*-t-.'t' + + + + H"l"r'l"i'T'H"lH-.'i"!"i-
###$| $$$ <$>$$ $ $ ^i|n3:ii|it|itIn|iitii|M|n|ii|n|iiIii|n|ii|i't"t"t"l"tl»
I LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AND READ §
& Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Freight added, with 2L
iHOWSOIsr'S  PBIOES I
Does Not Know His Name
Winnipeg,     Ji     I—Registered at
the Itoyal Alexandra hotel ihis even
ing is a mnn who is known by thc
nume of O.B. Stephen, but who stated to a I'cporiei thai he does not
kiiowthat this is his real name and
us a mutter of fact he Is almost sure
it :s not.
It is thought he is U.S. Cooper ol
Loudon, who has been advertised for
In a leading London sporting paper
but he does not know who he is nor
who his people arc. He does know
Hint on April I he Balled from flier
boiirg on the steamer (Ieorge Wash -
inton for Canada and that he bus
been roaming about the Domiuion
since landing, having visited Quebec,
Ottawa. Montreal, Winnipeg and Van
couver. Now he is buck again in Win
in peg raking his brains, up to thc
present however, In vain, for some
clue to his identity. His memory appeal b to have gone, but there is no
unce or actions. About u week ago a
waiter nt the hotel showed him a
copy of the iportiW budget containing an oiler ot Lot) reward for information concerning "the whereabouts
of U.S. Cooper of Aldermuubury, Lon
don This man was last seen on
April 1. lie is a short dark man,
moderately stout and wears glasses.
His teeth are   bad."
This description very closely tallies
w.th that ol Mi Stephen, and ihe
waiter is now awaiting a reply to the
cable whieh be -ent immediately to
the  London   paper,
In the meantime Geo. J. Uury, of
the Oanadian Pacific railway, and
other local officials are endeavoring
to solve the mysterious Identity of
.i,fortunate man and it possible
restore him  to his friendB.
Kitchen Chairs	
Kitchen Cabinet	
Winnipeg Price
50c
      $ B 75
i   Weight Freight   Total
IDIb     23c     73c
1501b $3 53c $10 72
1651b   3 87    M 42
121b     28c   1 IE
1501b 3.52 12.47
1601b 3.76 15.01
601b   1.41   4.96
681b   1.59   6.94
601b   1.41    3.81
751b   1.76   6.86
Howson's
n
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ti
ii
ii
ii
ii
ii
ii
ii
i Price Delivered
11      70c
"   $ 9.60
Dining Table	
Dining Chairs	
Dresser and Stand .
$10 SS
85c
        8 95
"    14.40
1.20
"     13.00
ii      I,     ,,
         1 25
"     14.00
Bed	
Bed	
Dominion Spring           ,  .
3 55
5 35
2 40
"      5.20
7.20
4.00
Child's Cot	
Ostcriiiooi*  Mattress
5 IU
....      15.00  .
7.20
 $16.50
i Wo miike our prolll by sliippiug in eiilioud lots, llieieby   saving (freight  rates.    Bring .J,
catalogue giving desurliiiton of other goods nol spoullioa in this list to our store and wo *JT
$ prove our statements,   ttemoiubor we deliver goods and sot up free limn breakage «1+
R. HOWSON & CO. REVELSTOKE, B. C. I
—— iti ct, st, .Ti i'l*! tl'i iTi ,T, ii'i ii'i i'ii ifo ii'i ii'i ii'i iti iii iti 1*1*1 i*ti iTi iTi ifri ii'i i*ti i'ii iTi ilfa Ctt iTi i'I'-i ii'i Cti Ctt ii'i iT> IB iTi
 BQSHB
, :    i ci.'l Hnd find enl iii*.'
'\\:   i   mswhywesopromj
i-v-*- ly back Met li
BUSINESS LOCALS
M«-t me at the 8avoy.
The     - li-.ii   Bowl'      •   cream     is
-
Tbe    Sugar  Bowl"  use only    real
fruit syrup at  ' fountain.
Thsrmo" gnd   i itUls,   uli
I  ■  'irug
I
K   •
In at tbe 9ugaf I
■in   ii
io . ne ol
tin im only 16c   il  t.ll.    Ht
v -       - -t<.r»
Tr>
'     *       ■ *m  rnded  the "I   •
Made specially to burn H.C. fuel.
Repairs, when necessary, always in stock at Vancouver.
Sold by BOURNE BROS.
There are no dead flit
lying" about, win n
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
arc uscrl as directed.
All Druggists, Gro
cers and Genera] Deal
ers sell them.
r?^g^.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil of A.
Miller, F.K.A.M., Loudou, is prepared to take a limited number of pupils for tuition in music. For tei'tUB
ni'i'i/ nt the residence of J. K.
Johnson, first house west of the hospital,   Kirst  Btreet.
Pure Maple Syrup, Lime Juice,
Washington strawberries at Bourne
Hi os., Kirst street.
The "Sugar Uowl" ice cream parlors are now complete. The best
and most up-to-date soda fountain in
the city.   A  visit  will surprise you.
Your  losses  assured,  rates reusou -
blc—Vi. 11. Kobertson,  real estate tk
Insurance.
Victor Hornless Muchinos i, Irom
$2U upwurds. Edison rhoiiogruphs,
from $19.5(1 upwards.—Kevelstuko
Music Store, McKeuzie Avenue.
Uo Carts, the largest uud best assortment ever displayed in Revohituke
ul Howson's.—Get their cash prices.
tiood Flower Seeds, Sweet 1 egs,
Naniiiitiims in hulk, ut Mae.loiiald's
drug store.
See the Revelstoke Hardware Co.'s
advertisement for bargains In screen
and windows,
Films, Kodaks, Chemicals, inst■ i.c-
ii'.n Hooks, all thc ucwest, al Mao
donatd'l   drug   store.
WANTED
yuii      S U.K    lloi.sili.'lil     Fui nit Hi',
■ ii , : ii.' oi dining-
room   furniture,    Souvenli    range,
aim.'.ii inloe      Apply
to Ui iii.nk, next i" nidi
i'i.  n.i* IstiMe.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings1 Turnings
We are in thc manufacturing business of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office and Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
oTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295, Revelstoke, B. C.
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.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIB EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., Li_D„ D.C.L., PREeiDtNT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaqer
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its large number of branches, agent-, and correspondents, The
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS ^
Cheques and 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.
REVELSTOKE   BRANCH--F.  Nl. GIBSON. MGR
WANTKU   K\  once, ell capable men.
' I      Ml, .m.t  .I*.1.1   l.u t"i y.
in,....*,in*i.i  i"i  experienced
iik-i.    Applj .ii   la ib .m'l i>*'"i Km*
, *  *   *  ,.
■ i !     ' ii               1.1.00 Iiii iy
 i         In  ii i* "nly
,ii      ',    Ral| h l.nw
rence,  McKenehi avenue.
in  I,BIT   Modern bouae Dn  McKunzle
• mt   .Imn*   I .Hi        \|'|ily
Tbe    Revelftoki   Oeneral   Igenclee,
i. ii.ii-i
Kill I.Nil   nn  tbe     Hu:   Beirf        *  'I.    ,i
"mull   puree,   Owner    irlll
,i"    it Imperial    Bank *..
iii'ntiuu umi paymenl ut tii.«   mi-
l.'l llH.'UH'lll.
' OWH  COR  BALK   Applj  to    D,  B.
Mltobell, Kiuilt, P.O., Tappen, B.C.
Our Doctors Anlj-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the test.
We carry a full line of the famous l'cne-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction nuaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot and (hoe Repalrere, Saddlers Harness Mutton
Sold by Hobson & Co., Revelstoke, B.C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1"13
THE  MAIL-HEEALD,  REVELSTOKE
tt I I NES.TAY, JUNE 8,  1 Hi
AWARDED TO NIGHT
ST 9 P.
Only a few hours and the opportunity to win
the Solitaire Diamond Ring to be awarded by Mr.
J. G-uy Barber, will have floated away on the
wings of time. Nine o'clock to-night will end the
first period. Exert your best efforts in the few
hours left.   It may mean your success.
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NOMINATION BLANK
j
The MAILHERALDS
$1,800 Voting Contest
I,ooo
VOTES
1912
I   cesire  to  make  the   following
nomination :
Name
Address
Nominated by
Address
NOT! Thia nomination blank li good for 1,000 fro* votoo
Only ono nomination will bo accepted for oaeh candidato
Tho namoi Of poroono making nomination* will not bo divulged.
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
Telephono No
CUT THIS OUT cANDlSEND OR BRING
TO THE CONTEST OFFICE
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This Player Piano in One of the Optional Prizes io the lil-HERALD'S
Great Prize Voting CoM, and is now on Exhibitioo at The Revelstoke Music Store.   Lucky, Meed, is the Winning Candidate... WEDNESDAY. Jt'NK 8, 111.1
THE MAIL-HEBALD,  EBVBLSTOKH
SATURDAY,  JUNE 8LU 1IU2.
PRIZE
On Saturday to-night amid No Fire—No Smoke — arid no Hot Air, J. Guy-
Barber will calmly present to some energetic person a Beautiful Solitaire
Diamond Ring.   Who will be the energetic person ?
OPPORTUNITY IS BECKONING FOR YOU
^
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Do Not Fail to Gall and See Grand Prize Player-Piano
Now On Exhibition at the Revelstoke Music Store
PREMIER
McBRIDES
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I.,   ti       Rid inl  Mt Bride, prem -
*:     :   tbi   ;■ ■■. ■ mpanied   I'V
M:-   and Miss M Bride,  lias  retui'Ji'l
■ -.-   absence,     nearly
t:.:•-**.  ■•■■■>.   ".  *';..d time was  ipcut
.:.     ... vieit to the old
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BCtet were extended
y  tbi •    ■ ii'jiu
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good othei light Hod, if.us-
lun Chun I >
g grant ii     w.tu
His  .* ;**..a)  yacht
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a  iu. tL*  mainlan I,       i b
outcomt     '.    tbe * ... at-   *   ,
I -'Mi-nt    ...     any   i.i:.
■ •■I. th   company
■ iii'l   municipalil will     I ■■. ■
• ■I blgb .-..-■ • on    tu
'lit'  ;••■* ;•;.     ■!   '■      coll *'*i    *.:. i    te   i li
I oity,
UNQI ALIFIED   DENIAL
*.**;  was  general!)    anticipated     by
everyone  wbo knows  ibe  premier    h ■
gave an   inqualllled  denial  to an In
terview  wbich   was alleged  t"     have
obtain d from  bim     hile  i * -
Ing through Ottawa,  Here Is lnw be
•poke of it in  the  'ouim*   ol an Interview yoBtcrdaj-  with a  Colonial  rep-
'ative:
"With  icRarJ   to    thc  naval  yuee -
government,     Premlei   Borden li*
read)   promised   tbat   tbe  Conserve
tive  party  will  undertake  and  r.n,
■ ut an ctlecUve naval program. Then
Is ne doubt  tbat  when     Mr.  II
und ins colleagues vlstt   biugln id
the course "i next month, oi     •■ thej
will be received  with tbe utmosi cu
diality  by tin1 Im-ds ,■! tbe   tdm
ty uiul will     be accorded heart]
operation  and   sound   advici
thc development  "1  ins plan
Ing  iitis visit.  we sb 'i  see ..  ,
,'nit Into eflect  which   will   be    ati
iactory tn Canada as ., wbi
"Vi hen  .ii  ' Ittawa  las    Sat *
spent   the great   portion  ol  thi
i was theri  with  Mr.  Borden
interest his bust ,.( (rlends
tu learn tha   be  is In ev
tli and spirits. Whon  t.i ■
al   arrears,   wbich  accumulati
■ nt: bis holiday *
it is tho prime minister's     Intel I
to go to London to   oaie;
Imperial  government,  w.'ti regal
ins reception tbere lie will   •   n
ed  a  welcome ol tho mast
ind    nthusiastic kind.     Tb'
pie ol tl;c    Motherland,    Bin'
Borden achieved bis gn
■:.'   reciprocitj   elect * -..   ■,.-.
to luuk upon hiiu    a    a leading im -
. ling  has    een
ted    ..   '
;.  titc publication  ol tbe Tall Hon*
iml tbc
*■ I..'!; Mi'l .1,
leu
Unit  thoy   may   Iln I   I* ilillli nil   In  al-
lord  the time  ue t'n irip
"While I -va* im t ,i-- ,.,' Vr.
Churohill at tbo nnv il rslev l lii
Mnjeat) was gracious enough to re
'" ■ miMii private audience aboard
thr roy ii yai bl Victoi a and Alliert.
l    the course ii •  i n  ■ •*  il
min  '   ;   which   i •• i -   prtvi. •-• id     to
Mil
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par-
Continued nn Page 5
COMING EVENTS
June    24—Por     une    wee'.;,  National
Stuck Company,  Empress theatre.
Octolier 7—Managing     Mildred Opera
Co.,   Kmpr.ss  theatre.
Hammocks Irom $2.50
Howson's .
at      K.
PROMINENT
RAILROAD MAN
*^H ifcil ^^
PURE PREPARED
STRONGLY ADVISES HIS FRIENDS TO
THY    GlN    PILLS   FOR  THE   K'DNi'YS
ve Icon a Pullman Cnnd.ictoron
Ihe I  Michigan   Central
Hirer years.    About
lour   years   *i.* .  I  was  laid   up with
Intense pain        tlie gr< in  *i ■ *
i I       i severely when
I -     I treated with my
(amily physician lor two months for
gravel in the bladder hut did not
receive any ben< Gt, About that time,
I met another railroad man who had
ted snd who hnd
been cur-i !.;.  taking Gin Pills, sfter
H. W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, lievelstoke
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.
• 'ii
Mi I:   le all ided to tbi
me  li iei .
* th tba ii..-ii'     Hon     Wi
h irchlll   l Is   ivas tbe  gu ist oi    t ne
ttei   ., ...ii I th     Vdmira
noutb during tue
• ime  HI    M.ii-  ■ * •    bn
fleet    Evei .   po slble  klndnesa  and al
n was shown to BiItlin < olumbia m tirst  mlntstei  and hn  was [n n
lleged to go over tbe principul o u
ships assembled for  tho  gn'nt  i
"I   Oan   Hay,''    c • iti . i id     M      Mc
lu Idi,  "without   be rl ta 11 m i nal  Mi
•*.,..: * . .   lend    i .<
great  en rgj   ami  ahllil •    ..    fai
possible,   io assist   Canada in  lorrou
lal Ing    a   naval    policy.     H"i i   Mr
Churchill an.l iin*  iii.-ii, i; .n   Lew i
Harcourt,   the secretary  o! suite (, i
the coloniesi  are exop    i.tally warm
friends ol  thin  country  in.i ur,;      In  j
tion and the part  which  Canada will ' tercrtcd  to a grenl  ijxtnit  in  lit well
take m imperial defence I can only  being. I used every    oflurt lo   urgi
repeat what I have sail  many tlmt*' both of these gentlemen to tnke an
doriDg   the  past   few   months.        lie(Opportunity   of   VtSlUlg   Canada  dur  |
-n national "ne. and In no Ing the parliamentary recess. They
way partisan, It ism tins way nnd'wore enthusiastic ovo.' ine ..lea, hul
l" tins wa) only, thai ll will ne ter-'an their hiirli . .-ii •> •»-. ■ 1 lillles lee,.
tail>l>*     approached    y th' Canadian  tbem ho busily engaged it is possible I
Look for this Trade Mark
when you buy paint.
It me.*nn painting
painting that wiil look •
wear the longest under all weather,
'. ij h.ieked
' '   '
*
was n"' ,
The P
Min if   *
paint ■■■■'...
Whil''
peeling off  I
Insuring Ioi
the ni *'   ll   ■ ■ ■ ir Ihe
i iin '*•- mi
vou.
I li".--'* iM "t*
Sold by prominent   -   -      *  ■" points ,d-
Revelstoke Hardware Co
nov
H. MANNING,   Agent.
'CIVIL     SERVICE    ACT."
The qualifying examinations Ior
Tliini I'uiMi Uleru, junior i imik.. aim
btcuogrupueis   win   bc   belu   al      thu
following    places,    commencing   on
Tuesday, the liud July next—Arm -
strong, ChilliwacR, Cumberland, Uuu
can, 1.1,liion, i ,i an.l !•'"! KS, IvumloopB
Kaslo, Kelowna, lattlysniitli, .Minai
uio, iNelson, Now Wi'siminstcr, Peach-
land, l'rince Rupert) 1'euiicton, Uevelstoke, Hossland, Sulinou Arm.bum-
nieriauii,   Vancouver,   aud   Victoria.
Candidates must be Uritish sub -
j. it bctweeu thc ages ol lil uud M),
il lor Third-Class cierns, aud between lb aud 21, if Ior Junior Clerks
or titcuogruphere.
Applications will not he accepted
if received luter thuu the 16th Juue
uext. lb,,.
tjectiou 7 ol the "Civil Service Act"
provides that temporary clerks uud
stenographers, who have not been
regularly appointed by Order iu
Council, must pass this eiamluutiou
P. WAL.KISR,
llceislrur, Civil Service.
1st issue May  hth.
WATKH  NUTICUI.
Notice is bereoy  given thut Willis
JOUIl   Ariunllollg,   ol        li**' oui,"hi*,    ii.
C, will upply lor a license to tune
auu use six tu' uiiuers luches "I water out ol Mm Green, which nows m
u s'uii li oiisiii iy iiinciiiin llii'uugu
i.i*i 11.mi ij, i unu* in|i Ha, Huuge c,
nosi ni tue I'ln .Moi'iiinii, uuu empties into T'oucu i.aih.i ri.cr, near
tiig i'.'l.i>, u.i... Tbe water wui pe
diverted al -"<' leet above C. 1'. it.
Hurt aud will lie used Ior irrigation
purposes ou me laud described as ij
acres, i*,ui Section -Stli i unship 2S,
rauge 2, west of bth Meridan.
ium uotice was ru. i ii on the
grouud on the llth duy ol April, la lis
ilie application will be til.-a in tne
oiiice oi tUe Wuter llecordcr at Kev-
eistoRe,  lil C.
Objections  may   bo  liled  with      the
said      Water      Recorder  or  with  the
Comptroller   ol   Water  Rights,    Par -
liitiueiii  liuildings,  Victoria, 13.  c.
u i i,i.i;m  j.  ahai.* iui.:,',
Applicant.  ...
ROYAL NAVAL COLLHIQBI OF
CANADA,   HALIFAX, S.S.
■   en   ii     ■ a prominent
rl ■ * . foj ImKe'-i
Ie king os A and n
red,    II" iti
me to try G    ': ' -        .!■'.■'.
ihe retalt that thepaini li fl meei
.  IANK 9, Hill, Buffalo. :.*. V.
yie  a box. I. f"t f.'."■     Sam
it      i. I-rng and I     -
I ( snada, Limited, Dart. W   Toronto.
If yo'i toStt sritfa Constipation  or
need age      Iss     e, UkeNAl
;.a/.', r. v; r pn.i.s. jjc.« bos    . 1
JpiNfMIN   .KHIN
SON * Cl I.
i .ifut ■' Lhnllad
Toronlo Onl.
;•
Fruit Lands
ron sale
Qalena  Bay lnmls in parcels ol
10 or '^0 ai ub or mi liloo.      t'oNnH-
pondeuue invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
n examination for tin* tntry
'.I Naval Cadets will lie held ut tlie
examination centre "I tbe Olvll Ser
rice i ommlsslon  In  Navembsr   I9i2;
or guardiani ol int III ling
candidate should apply  to tho Scc-
letuiy,      < >1 v 11     Sei*. a.    '   .umi c,
Ottawa, foi  entry papers belore
letobci  Hint.
' andldatei     mus)   bt bet * wn   iho
agSS ul   11 and   ll,  "ii   II. Iloliilo'i ,i'..|;l
i    an' trained i"i  appointment
an   llllleeiH   ill   the   Naval   Sol.ee,     till'
'.*, nine at tin, iiiiiene iieim; t* o years
[ollowed i.y "no year m a Training
Cruiser, after whieh Oadsta   ire iat-
:   M.ilHbipinen.
I'  'I Uiei    details   onu   if   ul*ImiIi  .1   "ii
application i" undersigned,
(1. J. DB8BARAT8,
Deputy MiniHi.i. Department
of  the  Naval   Service.
Departmsnl nt the Naval Service,
Ottawa, May cth, 1912,
KXAMiNAllOM    FOR    INSl'KCTlON
OK   HTISAM DOILhlRS   AND
MACHINERY.
Kxamiiiatioiis  [or  thc  position      ol
Inspectors ol  Steum-hoilers and  Ma -
Cbinery, under the "Stcani-hoilcrs lu-
SpeCtlon Act,"   will   be  held    at    the
Parliament liuildiugs,  Victoriu, com-
menclng   May   Uth,   1U2.   Applicatiou
uud  Instruction  [onns ran be had ou
application   to   the   undersigned,      to
I',   whom  the  lorincr     must lie returned
1 i-t, correctly illicit in, not later thuu May
1st,   I'H-.    Salary, 41.K1 per mouth, In
01 easing »., pcr month  per annum  to
a   ma ■ iiiium   of   (180   poi    nn'iitli.
JOHN l'ECK,
< lm f   Inspector   of   Macbiuery,
New  Westminster, B.C.
NOTICE
Revelstoke Laud District.
J .    :-t of  Wesl Kooteuuy.
Take 11 'ice that I, Klmahetb
11.11111.1I1, of "M.-.lanil, D.C., occupation Married Women, iuteud to apply for pel hums.mi to pu.'chaso '.a'
lollowiug described lunds:
Commeuciug ut a post plunted
about 80 chums uorlb of thc Northwest Corner ol Lot 8402, tbence 80
ehuins soutb, 30 chains cact, 80
chains south, SO cnams ikst, HO
point ol ' "iiiini'iiioiiniit and containing 240 acres more or less,
Duted tbis .i.th of April, 11112.
ELIZABETH   HANNAH,
John  W,  Hannah,  Agent,
l.iqroit act, run
Notice   a-  hereby   given  that on  the
NOTICE.
RevelBtoko  Land District.
District  ol  West  Kootenay
Tuke notice tbat Lana A. Blondin,
of 1 iai. vim, B. C, occupation married woman, intends to npply for permission to purcbase tbe lo.lov/iug
described land:
Commencing at a post planted on
tbe South Boundary sixty chains west
LSth duy  ol   June  next,      application   of the south-east corner ot Lot 7072;
Superintendent   thence  south  20  chains,  tbence    east
cbaine,    thence north 20 chains,
nun lilv nl.tp-i enndh,,   curm cold*
the throat aid lua-fi
.   he-ilf
£3 cants.
will  be made to the       	
ol riovmcial Police lor the gruut ul M ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
a liceiiKc Ioi tlie eale "I li'|iiot by to said south boundary ot Lot 7072
retail m and upon the premises thence west along Bald boundary 40
knowii us Humbert Hotel, situated chains more or less to point ol 10m-
neur Revelstoke, B.C., upon lbe lands mencement, containing 80 acre* more
described as Lot 1, Block A plan'or less
mU. >b I    •**>1"'1 March llth, 1912.
Dated  thiB Wth  ol  May,  1*112. Luna A.  Blondin.
R'.mjuuu  D' n.uiuiu*..   Aj'j'UtJut. j Hugh 1'utiueon, igeul WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1012
THE   iMI.A.iri-IIIER.A.LID,  REVELSTOKE
U I DNESIWY, HAT S,  1912
MALAKWA NOTES
Parties desiring information regarding the Valley of the tlardeu ol
Eden, can obtain same free of charge
by writing to Mr. J. H. Johnson,
Malakwa,  B.  0.
There lb a grnud opening at Mul
iikwa for a good hotel. Special inducements will be given to the right
party.
Sir William Wuddells iIIucbs wus of
slioit duration, owiug to the skilful
treatment bestowed on lum by a local   amateur   physician.
Charles Eriokson and family have
returned to Malakwa after a year's
viBit at their o,d home in Sweden.
Mr. aud Mrs. Erickson brought
about eighteen Iriends from the Old
country, among this mtmhei arj the
father, mother and -ister of Mr. C.
Erickson, They will undoubtedly locate in the Harden  ot Edeu Valley.
((
The Valley of
The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND GRAIGELLAGHIE, 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.
fUirirtnr nf Qnil   Bench   Lands,  Clay    Loam   and Vegetable
IjlldldWul   Ul   OUII   Mould, while on  Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn Irri/ialinn   P°s'tively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
llU II nydllUII   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.
ModOfdtO ClilHtlttj   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
for further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch Ihis Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
The  dance  given  recently by    thc
bachelors cluh  of   Mulukwu. whs a
huge micci-sB.   A   good time wae    re-
ported hy all.
Mr. A. Thompson ol Leitb, Scot •
land aud Mr. W. Clark of Coer d'el-
cne, Washington, ure looking over
tho valloy with a view ol locating
here.
Many enquiries continue to come
in Irom all points of the country for
I Iiiiiii n of Kden lands. From present
Indications it is most ;.kely Hint all
the available lands In ihis valley will
he sold belore snow  (lies this tall.
The fruit and vegetable crops this
season *,oein to he quite outclassing
themselves in quantity and quality
ot  products.
. , It Might Be Cold. . ,
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Our,record of cures J
of rheumatism and other chronic 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 NKW'LY REPAIRED
RATES,      .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to he arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for f6.l)0
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. T. MJVBSQUB, Proprietor
Laughton (& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
J
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with  tlie  choicest the
market affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Ratea $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.    ALBERT     ST03STE     PBOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Law Sample Room*.
Ratto $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke. B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
mmammm—m OPEN NIGHT AND DAY"-
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       iTVlanager.
Premier McBride's Return
(Concluded from Page -I)
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House'Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
I  Designs Box 51 Phone 295
.UNION HOTEL
ARBOWHKAli. H. I
■SpeeUl Altenli m givm to conmieri'li
men and tourist* Kirst-i'las- MVpb
rooms, rn nt scenery in Hrilish Colum-
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
&YN0PolS   OF COAL MINING
KEG U LAT IONS.
Coal nulling rights ot tbe Dominion
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, tlio Yukon Territory, tbe
North-went Territories and iu a portion ol tbe Province ol Uritish Columbia, muy be leused lor a term ol
tweuty-one years ut au unuual rental ol »l au uere. Not more tbun
-..'■I." acres will be leased to ono applicant.
Applicutiou lor leaie must bc made
by tbe applicant in person to tbe
Agent or Bub-Agent ol tbo district
ln wblcb the rights applied Ior are
situated.
In surveyed territory the laud must
bo described hy sectious, or legal
hub iliviHioiis ot sections, aud in un-
survcyed territory the tract appliod
Inr shall lie staked out by tbe up -
plicunt himself.
teach applicant must be accompanied by a (ce ol V> which will be refunded if the rights applied (or are
not available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shull he paid on tbo mnr
rli iniiii.h* output ol tho mine at tbo
lute ol live cents per ton.
The person operating tbo mine shall
(urnlsh the Agent with sworn rctuins
accounting (or the lull quantity ol
merchantable conl mined and pay the
rnyulty thereon. K tbe cual mining
I rights are not being operated, sucb
returns should be turnisbed at least
Iouce a year.
Tbe Icaso will lucluile tbe coal mla-
' Ing rights only, but tbe lessee may
: be permitted to purchase whatever
' available surlacc rights may he con-
I sldered necessary lor the working ol
ithe mine at thc rate nl 110.00 an
, acre.
| I'.i lull Information application
i should tie mude to tho Hecrotary nl
i the Department Ol the Interior, Ot-
1 tnwa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
i't Dominion Lands.
W.  W.  CORY,
Deputy  Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorised   publication    o(
this advertisement  will  not  be  paid
tor.
tiiiUur. He rccuHud \cr;.' vividly
the impressions wbich b>1 hal gleaned on his trip here with Her Mu'tsty
some years ago and  h.id words     11  0nd successfully
things in store Ior the capital ot ths
province.
NEW U. 0i OFFICES.
"One ol my duties in London was
to consider the question iA a site (or
a new building iu which to house
ttie activities ol the department
which is looked after so assiduously
by the Hon.    J.  11.
warmth   for  the      splendid
with which be wae  gieebed.
rei.pl.on   Turner,   our      agent-general.      I    am
happy   to  say   that a site   has      been
Tn,'  Kiug
selected on the  Stiuud,  a main  art -
is wutching with high int.'ieat tu*] uu ,    , ,,_    _. ....     .„   ._
cry  ot  the  metropolis,  which   will   be
tiouul development of the Dom mon. decided upon subject to tbe approval
'Ho takis a great pride in our expuu- of tbe cabinet. With the additional
slon. I  venture to hope that ur.augu , facilities which  the  new  oltices      will
provido it  will  be possible to    carry
out   even   more   effectually   than      in
, the past thc purposes ol  that depart
slblu  Ior HiB  Majesty  to    come     to   ment whlch iB h0 ulny udmlDiflte<l by
! ments may he perfected In the uot dis
I tunt  future  whereby  it  may   be   pos-
come
this country. There is also a likeli- Mr. Turner. There has never been
hood of the i'riuco ol Wales coming any suggestion that our office's should
here withiu the course ot u (cw years
Despite thc sovereign s many und ar-
uuous duties the time muy arrive
when circumstauccs will permit bin
to eome here uud look over this section ot his Domiuion."
BBTTE8 TBBM8.
"Ou my wuy home I discussed with
Mr. Dordeu ut Ut/tuwo practically every question ol outstanding interest
to thc Dominion and tbc province.
Kor  muny   weeks pust experts    bave
form pui i of tbe building wutcb the
lederal government proposes to erect.
I have received no representation
Irom Ottawa with any sucb plan iu
view. Tbe intent.on o[ the government is to have offices in a building
ot its own, and I l-elievo tnat this
will meet with the bcarty approval
ol tbe people of  ibe provinoe."
Immediately on hie return, Mr. Mc-
Dr.dc beeumc immersed in a variety
of busiuces which bad accumulated
dunug  bis absence.      He  wus accoiu
been preparing     additional  stalict.c
l^j i pamed ou his trip    to     London    by
Mr.   Lawreuce  macnie,   his  secretary,
Ior the cuse  ol tho province in
matter of licttcr terms, and it affords
me the utmost satisfaction to be able j who re<*"rD«d **» him  to the     oity
io tell thc people ol Uritish Colum -':r^terday.
bin  thut  uu  inquiry   mto  the     sub- |    ~~~'~~~~~~^^Z	
Jcct will be under woy within the \
next two or three months. Among
other iniitl. is whicb 1 discussed with
the prime minister eras that ot railway connection between the island
uud tbo mainluud. til nc.smty that
is a hiiIiji." t which requires a consul
erubli" amount of deliberation It is
an Immense question,  which will
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Land District.
District ol West Kootsnay.
Take  notice  that   I  Alice  11.llm."
of Ueriard, B.C.,  occupation Married
Woman,  Intends to apply lur psrtui*-
tu-   sion to purchase  the  (ollowing    dee*
hia. overlooking I'pper Arrow I ek*-
W.J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -    Night Phone 85
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
j    A iclmbl. French reeiilat'ir: never fnili.  Then.
1 pill*, me e*cee*]ni|flr |".«nl*,l In i t*K' latinit tli.
. ,:■ nrm, ne |, ti *'i of tlir l<"ti*.lc lytten. Ketn.e
nil rlieip itiMi.t 'i'" Dr, d. Tan'. nr« sold nt
IAn Iio***, nr three t'*r Itfl. Mulled In mv addreM.
rh. So.b.11 I»ro« Ca.. Rt. Cstharln.i, Oat.
voire careful etudy,  anu  1 mu.    very   enhed lands:
interested to learn that the people ol      Commencing at a post planted    on
Victoria and thc island generally have   i'tc North suore ol Trout Lake about
lii'iu   taking   a lively and   ative   port   *0 chains  west and  2D    chaius north
in an 'Hurt ta advance the project, from tho North West Corner ol Lot
, during the  post lew months." i 7S60,   tbence cast  21)  chains,      thence
|   OI  matters of     particular moment   south    20   cbains,   tbence   Weet    20
t" Victoria and Vancouver Island, ' chains or less to Bbore of Trout
I Mr, Mrliridc was not in u position to Lake, 20 chains more or less to
ISpeak   definitely  until  be had  ron(-rr- ' point   of   commencement,   and      con-
id   with   bis  colleagues  nnd     learned   taming about 40 acres more or less,
of  what   bad  transpired in his     ah - j    Dated 18th day o( May 1912.
Hence.    He,   however,   announced   that! ALICK   H1LLMAN,
: drlimte   plans   1,'lative   in  tbc  psrtl - | for  Lanoe  Hiilman,  Agent.
tion   irf   the  former   Sontrbeen   n-wrve ;
for   railway  purjioses  would  lie firth
roniliig  within  r short  time.   Victoria
be says,   is  showing  wmrdirful  devel
opment,   und  the   future  holds  great
ShiM's Gume
qmcklT .top. congh..  Mr*. .Aid*, heels
tbt   throat ssd  laaaa. •   •   •  ts <
seat* Wl DhESPAY, JUNE S, 1912
THE MAIL-HERALI),  EEVBLSTO KZIIJ
i A
151
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CALGARY
EXHIBITION
Premier McBride Will Open
the Great Western Fair
Thc Chicago papers kof May
31st announce that at.the aviation meet at Cicero on the 30th
of May, Jimmy.Ward who is to
make two flights daily at the Calgary Industrial Inhibition, June
38th to July 5th, paid an unexpected visit to the Grand Park at
about 5 p. m. in his Curtis machine "Shooting Star." He Hew
in thirty miles from the amusement park, where he is exhibiting, and returned alter a half
hour's rest. During the journey
he reached an altitude ol 8,500
leet. He is giving very successful flights rit Riverside I'ark,
Chicago, and visitors to the Calgary Industrial Exhibition may
look forward with pleasure to
witnessing his lliglus during llie
Lalgary lair.
Ine Honorable* Richard McBride, premier ot Uritish Columbia, has accepted the invitation
cf the Calgary Industrial Exhibition to officially open the exhibition on Saturday, June 29th.
Among the judges appointed
for tne lair wlu nave already accepted invitations to act  are   the
foil
Prof.   W.   li.   Rich
ards ol Cargo, N. IJ.. I'crelier-
ons, lit igi.nr. and Sulloik Punch
Wm. McKirdy, Napinka, Man.,
Clydes and Shires; Capt. Robson, London, Oui., Shorthorns;
Prof. Jarvis, Grimsby, Out.,
poultry.
The
name
McClary
guarantees the
'Kootenay' Si eel Range
to be a perfect cooker
and baler as well ns a
durable range, We
also guarantee the
'Kootenuy' to be a permanent investment Cull
and sec it before you
decide on ihe
r a n g c
you'll
buy
212
M^GIarys
,    S'TEEt
Made specially to burn B.C. fuel.
Repairs, when necessary, always in stoek at Vancouver.
•sold by BOURNE BROS.
ASSESSMENT   1912
Court of Revision
PUBLIC NOTIOB ia hereby given
thut the Court nl Revision ol the
City  nl   Uevelstoko,   will   tie held    in
the Oity iinil on Tuesday, July 'Jtu,
1912,  at 8 p.m.
BRUCli A LAWSON,
City Clerk.
Calgary
Industrial
ORANGEORDER
PROSPERING
Many Kew lodges. Established
Last Year with len.lhousand
Hew Members
1 K, .., k. 1"-. V 11 . June 1. t.rHiiii
Master bcolt in bis anuual address to tlie
Grand Orange Lodge ul British North
America relerred iu ww!-- "I satisfaction
tor ilie outcome m the Dominion Lii*,
lions, the agitation against the Ne U
mere Decree .nm tue progress 01 the
Urder. He couticmned the Irish Home
Rule I
i.r.iii't Secretary Lee reported  89   new
primal*}   .u*lnc*..   seven   county   lodges,
eighteen Koyal scarlet chapteis,   twelve
1- * 'range benevolent
' >rani •   Voting
'ik.lm .i-i   uuring  the
year with over  ten thousand   uew mem
u.t>     The 1 it*.u owns  ovei   -
Mortli 01 leal »utc.
The .,:.,:. .•... Iitorsrrcoiumeuded that
Ca*.;. ;. ..:.,* aiiuulU uo lis own orgau*
tuition work
university at Aberdeen, bcolluud, today. TUe students, tbe number of
whom wiih large, burled chairs and
rugs about the hail nud kept up an
incessant din, mugiug ami whistling
but lioally permitted tfte Iron iuiis*.-
ei in proceed. Alter be hud begun
tbe rowdyism was r'.'sunied, but the
proceedings closed with running
cheers ior Mr, aud Mrs, Carnegie.
Mr. Carnegie udvised the students
to remain teetotalers, "until you
lune  necome  millionaires,''
Nelson Bnys bans
Iwn hum ■ ans n-i  di&lii-
:. iociti ins at the cost pr.ee   "I   ■--
tav.ll ' il '-in    llic   U	
\ 1 ... - are « ouipati) b)  llic citj
undei  tht   ni w   seal   ug :.-
icin mt iuu  tltett 011 Jul)
,   *   .1   l.I'MCltl    ol   i 1
nia]
..*    ■ t mi   ..   uu eting   rec<
placed he ] lact >   Ioi
recei     x pa| ther rubbish which
tteri the -trci ts
■ r, nudet tbe new plan
• •  • *..***..
c.:*..    (1st •*  v>	
.Nelson Ni
A'ouuli e well il Ki
woul . ' nami'lr ol   Nl .-"ii   111
th:- ri i| *   Ih   a  utn   ■■:    1
.      h.i..
Or. McQueen New Moderator
Klmonton, Altu., June 6—By a
unan.moun v,.t. mid with the BUB * *
entLusiosm o! the Presbyterian
church  in  Oanada  elected   Rev,    Hr.
•Mcyneen, pastor ot the First Presbyterian church in tbis city, as moderator ior tbc entitling year.
Lr. Meyueen. iu returning tlniuk.,
for the :.<•:."■ coiifeir.*<l upou him,
said tbat when lie was eommisHi'.ni-i
a yeai ago to eitend an invitation to
the meeting to th.s city be never
dreamed tbut nuch uu honor would In-
conferred upon him. Me wi.-hed the
delegates to icmenilier that il he did
oot conduct thc business as he should
do, it would largely rest upou tbc
members.
Rousing Reception
London, June 1 Rowdy Bcenesl
jparkci the .leiivwy ol Andrew Darn-1
k-rte'l rectorial addi'tus at Aberdeen
Uates toe ii. li, fall fairs
Liiitisli Columbia's fall luir dutos,
now compiled, show dates ranging
Horn August 10-17, the ween ol lue
Vancouver exhibition, to Octouer oO-
01, i.ueii tue Sumiuci'iiiuJ cihiintiou
nia ne ueiu. 1'oiioiMiig is lue List;
.ciTow baaeu   October -i-j,
Aluerni—September 18.
.vimsti'ong— October   lt-17.
Uiiii|iutlum—cjeptember is.
imilu t'oula—October 110.
Lowtchan—September  au-21.
1 omox—October 6
Loiluitlum—September   IW.
Cbilliwuck—September   LV-SL
Ceutrul  Turk—September  12-13.
Crunbrook—September   18-M,
Delta—September  HU-21,
1.1.nui Porks—September tt-tl
Ureen wood   September 30,
Uol-deu—September 24-25,
I.-lunds—.Septembei'  18.
Knit—September 12-ui.
Kamloops—September 18-19 8*0
Kelowna—September  -' -'
KubIo—October   15
Langley- September 2ii.
Mission—Septembei   21 .'."■.
Maple  Ridge- -Septem ■
Matsqul—September Ht* -'*'
Nanaimo   September  17 l- i ■
N.  and  s.  Soanieb—Octobei   1-5.
Nicola—September 26
North   Vancouver—September  7.
New  Westminster—October  i 5.
Nelson—September  22-2D-2ii.
New Denver—October 2,
Penticton -Septembei  . ■
Revelstoke
ltichniond—Septemlwr   1
Shawnlgan—September  18
Salmon  Arm—September i
Snmmerlsnd—October S0-31,
Surrey—September   >A
Trail—Septeml it   28 2
Vernon—October 2'.',-'. I
Vancouver—August  U l".
Wimtermere—September   M
\ li toria—i Provim lal  • .
-' ; t, m *r  2i->.
J
to July 5th, 1912
Pteight pai'l mi Alberla Uxhlbits,
Ca-h ollered for prizes and purses,
$42,1)00.
$1 I.  Attraction Programme, including Jimmy Ward with a Curtis
Aeroplane.
The l'amous Navussar Ladies Military
Baud.
Tour Iiasl India Elephants and other
Ic.itiirc- of merit.
Exhibition entries close June ISth.
I. s. G, VAN WART, President,
Prize List ami liurry Pornis Irom U.
L. Richardson, Manager, Victoria Park,
Calgary.
Scaled Tenders uddrct-ed to the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tenaet
Ior Wharl at Boswell, B.C.," will be
received ut this ollice until 4 p. in.,
ou Tuesday, July 2, V.H2, fer tbi
construction of a Pile -Dent Whorl ut
Boswell, Division ol Nelson, ivooie-
nay District,  B.C.
i'l.in.', spcciticutious and lorm of
coutruct cau be seen und forms o[
tender obtained at thm Depart ncnt
and at the unices ol 0. A. ivecler,
listi., District Elngiueer, New Westminster, 11.C, and ou application to
tbc Postmaster at \ ictoria, 11.C.
Persons tendering ure noiihed thut
tenders will not be considered unless
made on lbe printed lorms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and
places of residence. ln tbe COM of
lirms, tbe actual signature, the ua -
t .im of the oc,upatlou, and pluce of
residence of each member of the him
must lie given.
Bach tendei must be accompanied
in accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable tu the order ot tbe
Honourable the Minis er * I i'ublic
iV"iht equal to ten per ceut 110 ;■.
the aniuuut of the tender,
iilnch will be .'orfe.ted if tue person
tendering de.iiue to enter .ut.. a
contract when ailed upon to do so,
or luil to complete the work contrac
• not accepted the cheque will ..tied.
The L>vp.irtm«-nt ;.*» not bind itself to accept tbe lo'*> , .;. teu*
der.
By order,
R.   C    DBSROI HKitS,
Secretai y
*.ic  Works,
OHu»a.   May   .lb,   1811.
Newspapers wHl not  be     paid     lor
this   advertisement   if   they   insert    it
without   authorit)   f'om   the   Depart
ment.
| June   5th   1st   issue.
SALti   OK    M1N1SRAL   CLAIMS.
lu  the.  County Court ol  W,st  liuutd
uny   iioideu  ul   uoei. to.*.e.
Krutio.  mcAuuiy   vs.   ueatrue    Mines,
ctd.,  t»\ion-p0inonui  L,iui>ility. 1
A.  a.  llomuu  vs.      nculiii.e     mines,
Ltd.,   iNou-peisoniii i.iaiilln.y.J
Johu Uiiuueisun aim otueis vs.  Dca-
trico    Mines, l>tu.,    ioiou-peiBouui
Uiuulllty.j
1'uioUuuL to the judgements iu the
above uctious bearing date the ISOtb
J unu Wll, this order Ior sale therein
coutuiued aud tho Directions given
heroin ou tho 2nd May, l'Jl^, tenders
will he received by the undersigned
Ior tbe purchase ol the lollowiug
mineral ciuims:
"Beatrice" Mineral chum being Lot
No. 46811, Uroup 1.
"Eduioud" Mineral claim beiug Lot
No.  21134,  Group 1.
"Kolsoni" Miuerul claim beiug Lot
No. 4087, Croup 1.
All situate near Oamborne iu tbo
Lurdeuu Mining Division ol West
Kootenuy District, B.  C.
Considerable development work has
beeu dono ou the Beatrice claim.
Tenders are lo be made iu wilting
and sealed and marked "Tender lor
Beatrice Mines property" and uu-
dreBued to the undersigned at Revelstoke, B. C, on or belore tbe 1Mb
day  of  June, 1918.
Tbe bigheBt or any teuder not uoc-
essurily accepted, [further particulars of the property will be furnished
on application to Vi. I. Briggs,
I'luiutitla   Solicitor,   Hevelstoke,   B.C.
Dated this Sth day ol May, 1D12.
w. e. Mclaughlin.
Deputy   Registrar  County  Court,
Revelstoke,  B.  C.
First  issue  May  8,  4weeks.
Now is the Time to
Get Your Flower
Garden in Shops
We grow the finest bedding-
out plants that can be grown,
2"> different varieties of AS-
TERS. Write for our complete
price list of HOSES, SHRUBS,
PEONIES, DAHLIAS, etc. All
plants now ready.
FRACHE BROS.,
Florists, Columbia, B.C.
l.ni.a
sUuUill.-lOU
i   ui   iu   ouimii ioiuu
uuu Lit iu ouu-ui,IS
LAND    REGISTRY   ACT.
Luud  Registry Ollice,
Vaucouver, B.C.,
21st Muy,  1918.
lu    the     mutter ol u certain agreement   oi   suic,   uuu   i-.ilcause   ol
it,  16,  u,  .*.» auu ~t iu
' Lt   ,   Liots  oe uu
"ty        UUU    L.OIS   SI
IOU "Ll    , l>10Cd    106,    LI.Bi.llcL   LiOt iotu
city ol vuucou.u, uult-u 'Jib -j ul> ,
ls'ji, i-uteivu iuio uy uuu uecweeu
William r. van auiWciv, of tue one
part uuu ihouiuB iai, t-iilson ol Lue
utiiti' part; una in Lue matter ol a
certain Agreeuicui oi cuie auu l'ur -
euase ul i.ot il, iu auuuivisiou "11 ,
I liiocs. ias, Oisiiict L.ot iiu-ta, datsa
I lat uccoiiti, ia»J, eutereu into oy
anu between "uiiam r. mu Antwerp
01 the one part una \ouel caii'yer oi
tae other puit.
whereas satisfactory proof oi
breach ol comenunts una ol re-entry
ana recovery ol posees-iou ny tue
registered owner.
i. ..iru*i....   i.  ii.   Mausou.
• cu   yiouuCcil   to   tue   ivcfcisti'ui
;uis uuice.
Itolice .a aersuy  fci.,u  tbut, ut tue
SUOU    u.    iuu i-j    *a,i>5   uoul      cue
Ueleo.,    1    -sUall   CUuCci
luS        1   b.atiat.ou   Ul      Cue   BulU   ugrco-
upoa tue registers oi iuio ul-
nce, ,i. pursuaaci . ."-tiuu i.,u oi
tue band negl try Aii a reprint
ol   wbicn   sect,on   is  euuurseu   hereon.
ARTHUR  O.   .SMITH.
Uisirict  iLn.Hti u
m.   iouel i uiy i
i i.'    ie.-i.f     Kegtatrat   uaa direileu
that  tlie  aoOfe  nonce   ire serveil      by
lol   une month iu
u   n.ooteuuy  newspai"*i
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for   Flexlume  Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Ri'siiliMH'o Oor. Rrd Ht. and Robeon&V*p
Shop in Alley bach of Ii. J. Houiiie's
Stoic, l'irst Street
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
PU11L1C   NOTICE.
public Notico is hereby given that
it ib absolutely uccessiiry that disorders ol u suspicious butbii' be reported to Dr. iMcLeuu, City Medicul
Health Ollicer or other phyBiciuns,
us soon ub known.   Failure lo do tbis
IB  a   pun.:.liable   ulli'ln'e.
Dy Urd'r,
13.  A. LAWSON,
City  Clerk.
RHV1SLSTUK.H   COUNCIL
No.    *1,    ROYAL    TKMPLARB    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets  every   Hud  and   Ith  Thursdays
ln     Oddlellows    Hall,   at 8 o'clock.
Visiting   Templars   are   cordially   iu -
vited to attend.
W.  E. MUN80N, S. C.
A.  D.  TOURNEH.  R.  B.
ROBERT SMITH,
Provincial  Laivd   Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Engineering
McKENZIE AVE.,
BOX    106,    REVELSTOKE
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial  Bank  Building  Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Revelstoke,    B.   0.,     aad
Cranbrook, B. 0.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable now hns the lnrgrst mul best line ol Smokers'
Supplies ever in the t ity, umi our prices lire rinlit. T'illy brands
of ligiiis to i-liousc liuni.   Price trom $1.00per box up;   not made
frsin scrap cither.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   of   Calabash   Pipes   is  sinnll   on   account of  lhc
crop lieing a failure litis year and quality poor.
Brlat Pipes in eases Irom $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous II. B. B. brand. Kvery pipe is guarati-
teeil.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Olises nml Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Tniys it ml Pipe Racks, Tell its whal you want anil wc will
suit you. If you cannot call, phone 37 and goods will he sent to
your home for approval.    Buy early while stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys wo are
silling are the best. Cull and be
convinced, No household ihould
be without a supply of our Harvey's Spcclnl Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapln liqueur Brandy, gimrantend
'M years old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stuck
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold hy all
tbo leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dcnlare In Pure winoK, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
/ JUST PUT INTO STOCK ^
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
W.      H.       WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box 146, RevelBtoke, B.C.
Av vi Seam-in-lront
,1/stockings
'if would seem absurd f
Then  why any seam'
You have kepi nn wearing ltOCktfl|l
with  a «enin up the l-»i*k    thapelflM,
uncomfortable thim-i-i' beeauee you pro-
babl)   lldn'l reellM the perfection reached
tii
:■
FuU-Fashioned
Seamless
,s,«
The.r- nr" hoM Without Iho .tlqn nfn ncnm—look for the siiln nf the
'   trade mark,   As Ihoy ate belnj knii thoy arc shnpcil histinilly to
'   tho curves of lhc foot ond led  Thep/tl—they wear better—
and tiif 'liter absi m o of nn) ,'*.*iin bi all makea thoin
i-.ii no much moro comfortable,     No iiiffrrcnce
In cosl   bul much In quality, In economy
untl in comfort. 65
Makeri nl
Underwear
Sweaters
id
Hosiery
HOSIERY
Made by
Penmans Limited
Paris, Canada
NOTIUK.
. Utati ict.
LlUUlet ul   neat Kixjteuay.
Ime  uotice  mat   Aneiuii   a.   Uiun
ilm,  nl      naicyou.    11.  C, uccupatiou
ebipwrifbt,   luteoua  to  appi/   un   i>ei
ni.ss.oi,     to      purcUaae   tue  IoiIowiuk
ueacrioeii  land:
i omnieiiciiitf  at  a  yuat   yl-n
* lia.im aouiu aou iu ehalua
tiie Hontti-eaet     cornet  ol    !.■
tneoce eoutll   10 rhuii,a,  tbenee    wet
, na,      thence uorth M Ibalaa,
thence earn   it)    hair.a  more  Of lean to
,i",nt, nl conimencement,  auil r.</ntaiii-
log   'Kiity acrea,  more or lea*.
Uated  March  llth,  Illi.
Artelaril H   BlOe
MtiKh   ral.tuieoii.   Agent.
■AATKK    NOTIOB,
Kotlee   m  ln*reliy   glvm      tbi
ilnya after date i intend t" apply to
th.*  Water Oomndeetonet inr Twenty
Minera' tnebsi nl Wnt-nr to lie inkrn
fruni liiivhi Creek, and to he im-atl for
Irrigation purpOMI t»n the following
dolCIibed      laml     I'nrt of the  H.     W.
One-quarter Seotlon   1*1, Towniblp *^o,
ItiuigK 19,   W.,   .lh   Mi'iiilini nth nl
Arrowhoad, it. 01
Dated tWi 7tta iluy ot May rJin.
liTTA C.  I1AKIH.
RUl'ERT   W.   11AUGKN
Reveletoke,   ll.   C.
In.nun.un  aud   I).   C.  Luud  tiurveyor.
■■"....■ i i        i.ui",K,   No.   tt  A.   il.
aod A.  M.
liegular     uieetiogu are held iu MA»
UMC TKMl'Lli;,     ijudlellowa'      Hall
un the Third  Monday in each intuitu
at - p.  in.      Vlaitiog brethren      are
cordially   welcome.
VV. THUMaoN,   W. M.
VV.  B.  ROBKKTaOiN, Secretary.
White-Star-Dominion
CHUDIIN UK
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw
S. S. Megantic   u.ooo tons each
Blectric Elevators       .Skilled Orchestra
New Triple-.Screw
S. S. Laurentic
Blectric Heaters, etc.
Sails May 11 ih, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST-CUSS, $32,50,   SECOND CUSS, $53.75.   THIRD CUSS, Pt,?] $32.50
one-olaaa (i I) Cabin service.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 lect long, IN,(MM horsepower 514 Feet long
Saiis May l8th, June 15th, July Uth.   May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at yuehec.
Embark night before sailing.      No holel expenses.       No transfer charges
Company's Offices, 610, Second Ave, Near Cherry St., Seattle
1 'il 111       MT.       tliiiilllllil,    No.  (461.
OF 1. 0. F,
Meeta ln 1. u   U. F. Hall oext    to
i«i'. ..ig . Upera   Houae every  aecond
and fourth  Monday in montb.   Vielt-
iBf brethren cordially welcomed.
O.  VV. BKLL, C. R.
WM.   H.   CAMKRON,   Kec.-Hec.
O.  W.  U.  W.
Mountain  View Camp,  No.  iit
Meeta Hecood    and      Fourth  Weduea
.'i;,.    In   each   month  in    Selkirk
Hall.      Vlalting  Woodmen are
cordially  Invited  to attend
A.  J. WOODLAND, Oon, Oon
JAMK8   McINTYHH,   Clerk.
BBLKIRK     l.ouiiK  It, l. o. O. r.
Meete every      Thtireday evening   lu
Htlklrk   Hall  at 8  o'clock.      Vleltlng
brethren  cordially  Invited.
H.    HIICtJKRIKU,    N.  (1.
*i i:f    MATHIK,  Secretary.
(101,1) RANrHfl LODOH,      K.  ot    P.,
NO.   K,   RBVULBTOKIO,   ll.   0.
Meeta every  Wedneeday eicept   the
Third  Wednesday ol each month     tn
(XMfellowe'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Vielt
mu Knlgbta are cordially  Invited.
0.   W.   OAKLAND, 0,   0.
O. U. BROOK, K. ot R. * 8.
Mi- oi jr.
THE  MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1855
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1900 1911
Capital        ....        * 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits       ....        23,077,730 36,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.457,000 38,864,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        33,000,102 48,237,284
Has 83 Bn.nohts In Canada, end Agenta and Correepondente In all
the Principal Cltlea In the World.
A OENtRAL. BANKING UU3INEBS   1 RANBACTLO
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Internet allowed at higheet current rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
E.   G.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnace work
-WORK    8HOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Revelstoko
WALL PAPER
AND ( iAKI'I I CLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
KALSOMIN1NG
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making and re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. W. BRILL
Painter, Paper Hanger,Decorater
Revelstoke, C. C.
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post CiradiiHteiOliicago^University
Specialty -All   Porcelain   and
Caot Crown l)riclne Work
Cor. Granville and Robson Sts.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Drug Store
l'lione Soy—5238
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
belore buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush, I make a
•pecialtv ol Logging
Shoes, Pants, .Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in your buiinen.
:
i \
HATUlt.   ..',   JUNK  8th   11112.
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
THE  ^JLIL-IIIEIR.A.LID,  REVELSTOKE
BATORDAY, JUNE Sth 1912.
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. ftume & Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
LV     J C   *l        All our Ladies' Suits   ro  on  sale   Fiiday   and   Saturday   a  a   Bargain.
ilUieS   OUllS"'riiere are about i o of them, sizes ranging from ;,4,   36  antl  38.    Worth
up to $27.50	
All at One Price Now,--$12.50
/M a11       )    D J  TYf    L l"l Another lot of Children's Romp-
Lhildren s Rompers and Wash l/resses~ers and wash Dresses to goon
Sale Thursday and Friday	
A Good Bargain at 50c. Each
m'J     f* 11        C \T    1     Ladies'and Children's Knit White Cottnn Sum-
lte  LotlOn   Jtimilier   V eStS—mer Vests, with or without Short Sleeves at....
20c, or 3 for 50c.
ar Tf             TT            Ladies' Blacks and other colors. These are all perfectly
earanCe Ol  I anCy flOSe—ncw goods.     We have an overstock of them  and  they
are coming your way at	
Per Pair, 25c.
Ly     }           1   f*1 "1 1         '     T\                      Ladies'and Children's Drawers and Tights,
adies and thildren s l/rawers--Fast macks, any size, at each	
35c. or 3 for $1.00
Wi    qmi    r»      1   II             For Ladies—A good Summer stocking, Lisle foot and top,
aCK   JllK   DOOt   nOSe—and Pure Silk Thread Boot,  at	
Per Pair, 75c.
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 thc Maples of New Brunswick, and other brands of Golden Syrups. For
table use, cooking and candy making, wc can surprise you in Syrups. Phone or send the children
to the Store.
CANNED GOODS
This is the time of year when your stock of
fruits and home-made pickles are getting low. We
have been fortunate enough in securing thc 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 vegetable on thc market.
PICKLES
We pride ourselves on the fact that we can put
on the market Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles fresh
from thc makers at a price that is 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.
SUMMER DRINKS
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 thc 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
fingers, Black and white, in the good washing kind, at	
75c. and $1.00
The Charming  New Parasols are attracting attention.    Wc have a spec ial one
in a White Linen, All-Over Embroidery, at each	
$1.75 Each
Men's and Boys1
Department
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
Another car of the newest and best Groceries that we could procure 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.
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 wil! make you feel that
we are working for your interests.
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-
Made from English whip cord, grey colors, two
hip pockets, hard wearing and serviceable.
Prices, $3.50 per pair
CORDUROY WORKING PANTS-Light
weight and pliable. Light color, peg top, roll
bottom, belt straps. 	
Price, $4.00
LIGHT CORD KHAKI PANTS-Soft and
light weight. Will wear like iron. Peg top,
belt straps, flaps 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 J 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 nf 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 ; dressy little hats 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 have the latest nssoitnicnt in the city, most of which
are imported b.v oi rselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell at a price lhal saves you the middleman's profit
Screens—by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—We have both colored and white in very dainty de-
siRiiH, from 20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
to suit every taste at prices that are lower than can be offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also stock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs 9x12
at $3.20; 2{x5ft $1.25* 3x0ft £.96. Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned that you want call in and
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line. -VI'IHI'V-,     JUNE 8th   IS
T .HUE 3VT A.TX,-H:EK,JLLI3,   REVELSTO KITS
BAT0W)AY,  JUNE Sth 1013,
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 c/Wuslin Drawers.
Women's o/VIuslin Combinations
Women's Muslin Corset Covers
Women's cTWuslin Princess Slips
Women's Petticoats
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Call in  and   look   over   the   Special
Prices for this Sale.
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 lor you at Cul Prices.
REID & YOUNG
THE CITY IN BRIEF
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has an epl  I n po il	
IM;.
Mi * ,     *
■ i*.u ij  on Thure
las  *i';* : ■■ '•    ■-'
It  v. leavoi    *if     Mi.
'.1 ,    Herald  ti    ,* llillsh  monthlj i en
■ ;*    ■        stoms rece pl
Mrs ' .• "i gi Mitchell, ol I'orl Dov
er, Onl s paying a vl ; to hei
Jausrhti*!   Mrs.  J.  H.  Armstrong,
Mr.-    v..   J     Vrm-'trong nnd  Mrs.'I'. |
. itee i" tbe Rebecca Grand I
Lodgi   al   \    toi...  "ii  Muim1.iv   nei).
thi   Queen  city  yesterday.
Mr.   Vi.   B.   Ro    rl Irtt  lol   I "
;••.*!  rivi m tb>> s, a.    Revel*
-.   riiursday,  n i '•" innle l    ■ >
Mi-.  R    erl ion,  aud bis futliit*    and
nioti • i
Ml     M.   i'.    LttWlei     e ■ '.   .et. .'■:      Il.'e
leaving shortly lor :r. • . . .si. where
they will make the.r bome in Future,
Mr. Lawler having accepted a h<ki-
tion  at   Vancouver.
The  Sunday  school    ■'■    lie   Uaptiel
rhurch bas changed .*    I me "1 i i
iu- Ioi tbi - miner *nonths from 2.30
p.m. lo • if a.m. N 'X*. frimday
mi rntaf «rill   I eg! i     the
\ lull    ' *      -     * ii  riM'i
and  »
W.C.T.U.,   wlll  .-i ..ik     in
;   on  v. * . i    : •.
rhi    ,   -.
Th    Bail it  toi   V
men       :' -   ecture  will r.im*".i***i'<: ,,t ■
1   :   ll ' *  *    :  *
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In the Baptist  chin ■    .n     s .
•   ■ ppeak ,M'
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Sex  Era   :
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bold then i   i
to    thn
■ ■ itend?d  in
Mrs . -
ing 11
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*r,c race  was    i
Mra. McKll
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SEEDIlsTG-    TIJVLE
\- iln Lime has arrived when you must ilo youi neediliK, ive wish
to draw > om .it u in nm lo iln* i.ui llinl oui seeds are ,ill fresli and
mu *ii,i*u not any old ones left to shift off. Our Ouiun sets are
iln* In .1, eiilii'i the Dutch Set or the Multipliers,
j   FLOUR AND FEED    We havi  jusi  unloaded  one   I   I'uritj
flour, One Car of Xo,  1 Tiiuoilu Hay,   One Cur   P'eed,   includ-
*   i'.il'   whole or crushed, Wheat, Hurley,  Corn,   llrnn,   Shorts
.iii'l i hops.    M you requin nn.* ol these, til us quote you prices.
We Can Save You Muni \.
A. HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Vou ft ho Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have Vou in Case of ACCIOLNT By Sea or Lar.tl ?
Drop in and we will  txp'tiiti  out   Improved Gold   Bond
Accident Policvi double liability, onl) costing l»30 a year,
 nllfe and J10.0U) double liability, pa>iny J25.UU
weekl) iudt mnilj •
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
Mr. It. Davla, ul the Big Eddy,
who lms Iti'™ working nt Wlnlaw tor
Homo t.liui', is l: hum willi blood |>oln
Oiling   in   Iiim   band,    I lo   li i ,   iK'OOptO l
n |Mi**i!iuii miii tho Dominion   Saw
■nilIh   Oo,,   anil   will   work  at  Casculo
Tomorrow in tbc Mathodiel churoh
III     11    11.111.    Mlllljl'l't.    "tllll.'l.llH    I'lhiH'll
8000",   Mr,     Everett Cameron    will
sun- a Mnlu. At 7:80 p.m., subjeol,
'"1'lw man wlthoul a Wedding Qarm-
eiit." A duel, wdl I.e ri'ii.lci'ed by
Mrs, Mclntyre and Pan! Siinuain. Tbu
puiilic cordially Invited.
At st. .iiiim's Prosbyterian oburob
tomorrow, Mr, OlHord ot tbo '•r.M.O.
A., will Hpi'iiii iiutii morning and evening, MiH-. I,ua Si'lii'i'li'i, till) in w
organist and choir loader lms airl.'-
I'd mul will have cbarge "I the music
ui. luiiii Mi'i'vicos. At the evening service Mr. A. 1'. Foster nl VaiiM'ur.' *r,
will Ming "Nearer My God to Tlio*',
ami "The i,,,nl is My  Right,"
iiii Weiini'Miiay afii'iniiuii a Mothers
department In connection with tho
Methodist Bunday Bchool was organised, Thirty-live ladles were enrollod
hm charter membors. Tho election ot
olllcers resulted uh follows:— Mrs.
Cameron, supt.; Mrs, J. M Koilie,
AmmL supt., Mim. ff, it. Donaldson,
Secretary;     Mrs.     Parry, Trensui*or,
The ladles nl Hns , i. am/at inn will
inert   lhe  fourth     Thnl' dny   ot      each
month, All ladles Interested are in-
vileil to attend.
Woodmen! mte.iti-n!     I
Members ot Mountain View Camp,
Woodmon ot tbo World, are requtsl ,
ed to attend Divine Sen ice at tbe
liiiptist ohurcb Sunday evening, June
9th. Members will meet at Lodge
Room ut 6:80 p.m. Visiting Sovereigns  cordially  Invited.
JA'MHS   Mi'l NT V UK,
SeiTi'liny.
LOOK!     LOOK I
Fatality in Slocan
Knsl.i, June u—A lOggBr named .1.
K. ItaliiiiKini wiim Instantly killed yos
terday morning by a tallinn troe al
Gorrnrd. Gold Commissioner ('hip
imin ami Oorouor Devlin lefl bore al
iinuii tor tlerriicd tn hold ,*ui Inquest,
We have a lew Screens, Doors and Windows left
at Prices never before ollered to the public. Owing
to large shipments ol Hardware coming in daily,
we are obliged to sell these at a sacrifice to make
room, and, as well, it is a pleasure to us to give our
patrons a chance to buy at less than Eastern prices.
LOOK AT THESE PRICES, THEY SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
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■  -heir expressi n
01   t {..-
I    liiitch Union Sets al  Mclntyi ■
Secretary Thomson, nf the Y.M.C.
A. left this week for Vancouver.
Mi Barefoot, pitcher toi the i I*
c. ' aseball team, I *.'• W< dnesda] '
foi   Bdmonton,
\v.   II    Horlobln  Is    suflei
■I   lame  lee.   the  result   ,.;   u    inn;
• *   i  tennis  ball a tew dayi   igi
Vie regret to report that Mr Pre l
Robinson     Is     again   onSned to his
bi in
Sine,  the  Chin ira n
hnildings "ii  McKi n  •   uven i   a  i
coal  ol  paint.
Petei   Leo cb,  ol  th<
;h,   Bowman  Lumber Co.
transl irred to Calgary.
r   Levi
in alta
..ii.i   to copo  with  ..
: dinning  i    n
V full reporl
at  the  V.M.C.A.  1
'   reports  *.•
• ne.
Mis.  li.  Mclntyri
*
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Several Garden
middle   t I       reek, an
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kwa    H    0,
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Mi     K* .   Mi'Ii
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Buy  imn    Lemonade  Powder I   ..n
Mclntyre.
Miss  Emma   Mclntyre  "l   Bnderby,
spent   tbe   huh.la) m   in   11,'velst.uke.
\  Pirsl class    Dtessmakei   will  -• s
the    day.      Applj     Mrs.     Field,
Second street,
Mrs,  u    J    via, ii
and  Mi-   .i.  ll   Armstrong
*,*,:  ■!..in
,i.i.'ii.
Tin   Ladles     \. .   ■ •:   the   ■' I
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North Bend to be Ry. Centre
The biggest change In the opcrai
Ing end ot the British Uoluml.la division uf the C.P.R. ih.it thai organ
izatinu has known has been ordered
by Mr, I'MI. Peters, cen ral superintendent nl tliik division, eutalling the
removal o, the eutiro operating force
nt District Nn. 2. being thai portion
ot the railway between Kamloops
and tidewater, Including the New
Westminster, Nicola Valley gud Ml
aion brauches, frnin Vancouvor to
Nniiii bi'iiil,  ui miles Inland.
While Vancouver as tbc terminal
port of lhe road, Involves u l^'sc
amount of work and attention, the
fact that it is the end i.f the district
is regarded as a weak feature, and
it is proposed to centralize tho operating ili'i'iu tm . , *. e i Will he
in a position tn reach nut In tli
ways.
The  move  in addition  to  Suporln -
tendent O.K. Graham     and ilis ollice
and   yard  -tall,   will   take   to    North
lieini his resident engineer,     resldeut
master  mechanic,  foreman  of   Dl'ldgOl
and   Imililini;,   the  chiel  train   u* *| at
Cher,  accountant and     all  the     ein-
piiiyi-.'M attached to tbe staff ol these
officials.     Being in the middle of tbc
district,  they  will  be enabled to set.
to the seat  ol any trouble wth   mat
lei   loss ot i,in.*,   if ii  is locate 1 eusl
ni  Noi tli  Bend  the lnss ol i ime     tn I
making the        am i      hetwi en  \ an -1
and   S'orth  Bend  will  I a sav-
*■*■■ ;  ..:'     North Bi n.i
of a down gi in  will
ivaile I ot.
'    "ii which the change
will be made has not yet been dectd-
• ..* in* ii and thi Ir fam
■   a.i.   : •*  moved  ( "in  *. ' couvei
■ ie,  when  the     v.h le
th« oi * rating di pi ri -
No,  '' will sian I still
made      The
''  I'  lit   lln-
tbe  *   P It.   hi '*
■
well known hosier floor
'    '
ItiliS  .1   ill
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illd.ng
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Standing of Leagurs
The following is the prosont standing  of   tho  tour  tennis   in   the   It.   It.
Y.M.C.A.   baseball  league:
l played won losi
r.   P,    It 2        l 1
Pirates        i        i        I
J, H. c I        i        01
Buslnessmon  1        0        1 j
The game on Friday ovenlug between ibe C.P.R, ami Pirates, resulted ni a victory tor the 0, P, it. by
seven inns in flve,
The Central school lms.'ball league
Btands ns follows
played   won inst
Maroons  5        2        :i
Volts   5 D ll
Rustlers  5        0        5
Spitfires   6        il        -
The games on Tuesday afternoon
nn.l on Friday afternoon will close
the league,
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, Ihey Can't Last Long
FOR SALE- \ iini'i'in (mii .nimi'l
1    ImiiHc,      sit.nanil   on   Third   street,
Revelstoke, In besl residential dis-
■   trict.   Inspection     Invited,     Apply
in     Mr.   W.    Bnlder, Third *■'. nt,
Revolstoke, It. ('.
WANTBD - Woman    to     help    cl	
house and do general family wash
iinr. Apply iinx Ml, Revelstoke,
|    B.O.       '
WANTBD—Girl for general housework, Apply llnx Mi, RevelStoKO,
B.   O.
NOTICE.
Owing to a breakdown in the typ;1-
s.'ttinK machine, which was out ot
action for two days, we are compelled to hold over a report ot the
council meeting ol Fiiaay night and
other items, until the Wednesday
issue.
NOTICE
lliu  Demi travellers please take  notice  that my  place ut  Carnes  Creek,
on   Big  Bend Trail,  bas  been  closed
indefinitely.
Dated   June  ith,   1912.
J. P. KBIiLBY.
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Agents for Minerva^Paints and Chancellor
Ranges—ihe best on the market
■BrS'-i-f'"Iff^?? *■??"■■»»• -■''" nn-gt-srr.'.yt.lgai ,l"S Ijffgfy*-^
EMPRESS THEATRE   J
MOST UMO-DATE THLAiRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
■COMING-
THE FLIRTING PRINCESS CO.
JU^ii 29th, 1912
PRICES,   ■    ■   75-$1.00-$1.50
NATIONAL   STOCK   COMPANY
Week of June 24th
Plan at Macdonald'i Drng Store
■iifMMi-jamas
^ottW
r
t!     \}<  i
BE>VS'   DRUG   STORK
PEP6I**M   EHEPPIF.T    I ,
'      I ..!*
C ITI Ail      CF    -V/.f.MSIA
BARGAINS IN SOAP
Buttermilk
i latn i* *'
, run
| *    ,*«,   I     ,\      l    111   llll,I   I   I
25c
RIXALt     CLVCIRIHE   SOAP    Biglll
mnn, fakes foi   Dc.
HERMAN SILVER LAOilS  MISH BACS
I •   ii     ■ -* *
\ nl
Well Known Bunks
at 75c. Each     3 Tor $2
'    Till*   I : :
The Squaw Mnn
Tin i
" The rtllvei  I Ioi
" I i.*!
•   SHIem "
"    Till     I   H'*l'*
bews THE REXALL STORE BEWS
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERBY  AND SOI l MATS
,in*! -.li.i-
Wl      I'l t l.M.I/l'    in triped,
I .in  Spring Suits and O *      i
Drop in «hen j id hi i   large
and p.iii'ina to mil the mi       < tidio
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Rcfnrni Clolhinf Siphon  Bail foot-Rile Shoes
Others Are Making Money!  Why Not You?
JumI read of a few instances of how successful our clients have been in recent
investments recommended by us. Wc made for one Revelstoke man in live
weeks on
A Cash Outlay of $375; A Net Profit of $475
Another client, investing $120, made a net profit ol $too in lour weeks, and
two other men in .six weeks on an outlay of $285 each, made a net profit ol $265
each.    We Iiave made good money for the     Kcvel.Moke businessmen.
WE CAN DO THE SAME FOR Y00
Last week we sold oul the balanced cm 175 dollai lots in Moose |aw and
have secured ■> few more closer in al the original pi ice of $200 each, which our
s.ik". manager, who has just returned from Moose Jaw, inft rms u.s is at leasl $50
under market value. Two new railroads, locating in the cat end, aie causing
big advances and we aie expecting a big price advance very shortly.
These Lois arc Only One and a Quarter of a Mile East cf Post Office.
They Are Recommended By Us As a Bargain
AT   »200   EACH
We Can Make Money for You if You Buy Here
Terms,-0ne Fifth Down, Balance Over 18 Months
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agtr.cy, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. O. FOLEY. Manager, MaeKenzio Avenue

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