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Vol. 18-No. 58
REVELSTOKE. B. C. AUGUST
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191'
$2.50 Per Year
TS FENCE QUESTION
Pittsb. "*., "^ield Fencing with the Electric
Weld, in. one solid piece of perforated
metal—the ience that will stand up under
snow pressure —will not sag in Summer's heat
nor break with the cold in winter, no stays
to slip, -no exposed ends to invite rust,—no
cleats to hold moisture,- -will conform to uneven ground,—all Number i) Wire, stays and
fence all the same size, made from open
hearth steel wire. The strongest fence made
to-day.    Let Us Show You the Goods.
ORNAMENTAL FENCES
Have you noticed the smart appearance of our
lawn fences,—see them all over the town. We
have the gates to match. Heavy wires, most
durable—good appearance.
IDEAL FIELD FENCING
To those looking for a cheap fence we oan
oll'er this line—35 cents a rod up.
POULTRY NETTING
Good Stock.   All Sizes.   Prices Right
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Mo ml OIF i co    Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6.000,000.00
6,000,000.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Brunches or Agents at all principal pointa inJCmmiH.
Agent", in Oreat Britain and United Stales—London, England,
Llnyds Bank, Limited. Chicago—Firet National Bank, Corn Exchange National Bank. Seattle—Seat t!i<Narif>ual Bank, San Francisco— Wells- Fargo Nevada National r; ... a. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Depouits of fl an 1 upward, received, and interent allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branch   A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Underskirts
Crystal Silk and Regal Taffeta
In Black, Navy and Brown
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
UJRED?
.THEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh yon with its bright, spicy
flavor snd fragrant?)'. Sold in 1 Ib,
lead packages.
Price, 36c, 40c. and 50c. per Ib.
O. W. BELL
P.|0. Box 208    GROCER & BAKER    Phone No. 33
PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS
;:;-       Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small c7Wusii:al Goods
THE BOARD OF TRADE
REGULAR MEETING
A Joint Scheme of Nelson and Revelstoke to
Advertise Tourist Attractions of North-
West Kootenay -Soo Line Publicity Agent
Will Assist.
The Revolstoke lioanl of Trade met
in regular meeting on Thursday ev -
I'liiliK   last   in   the   City   Hull.
President 0. B. Hume occupied the
chair mul eome fifteen members were
in attendance,
Becretary McVitty reud the minutes
ol lust meeting held July 4th, whieh
were adopted
Secretary MeVity reported that
Messrs. Sells, photographers, bud vis
innl town und taken photos alter ud
vtsitiR with the advertising committee, which photos will appear in the
RevelBtoke section of the New Sells
"Uritish Columbia" hand book.
NEW UBMBBR8.
Mr. P, lievusiiue was unanimously
elected a member ot  tho Board.
A telegram wus reud from Mr. Nor
mun 8, Haukin, the secretary reported having met Mr. Haukin who is the
representative ol the publication
"Oanada Week by Week," and tbe
subject of the interview wus tbut tbe
RevelBtoke Board of Trade appoint a
representative to send out regular
new* bulletins to this publication,
whicli is distributed broadcast all
over America free of charge.
Chuirmuii Hume—Wc cuu nil help
by supplying news uuJ thc secretary
will send flume out to "Canada Week
by  Week."
A letter from Mr. Maedouuld, of
Vaucouver, asking for u representn -
live to lie Bent to the Vancouver sitting of tbe liourd ot Huilwuy Commissioners to give evidence ou be-
bult of tbe itii'ii'ii,nits of tbe Interior
as to discriminatory or uuvluly exces
aive freight rates.
The Huilwuy rates committee replied thut the rates between Vaucou
ver uud Hevelstoke were regurded us
•utisfa'tory, but thut strong coin-
pluiuts were mude us regards tbo
through ear l".id rates trom the east
to Revelstoke uiul figures were forwarded showing where Buffered as regards rules trom the eust, compared
with Kuinloops und rates from Bast
era points.
Mr. QtbsoDr—It seems to me bhe1
committee of merchants wbo trained
tlt.it reply did not go sufficiently in
to this matter our rates are higher
throughout than charged on Amerl
can lines, and rates on Western lines
ure much greater than rates for cor
responding distances hi  the east.
Mr, Manning—I thmk alter all the
kicks we bave been making f..i years
pust re railway rates, tbut a report
ol the kind seat t.i Mt. Macdonald is
one of the most astounding documents l have ever listened to.
Mi. McOleneghan—The I'.s. r.ia.ls
have recently been compelled to give
terminal rates to certain Interior
points such as Spokane, and tbe rail
ways are now raising tbeir coast to
coast rates, but tbe Interna towna
are beuefltttng, as a consumer, I con
jidei tbe man wbo pays bas the grea
test kick about railway rates ut Hevelstoke.
Mr. Muliiiiiig—I notice In the Neis;,
Advertiser     Hevelstoke  is    thc      ouly
town  iii  the  province satisfied   witb
tbe   existing   rates,   it   looks   Vel)    |i.'
iiiliar  to  me.
II..Manning    i'he   fu-ight   lutes     put
icate with tbe Nolson Board of Trade
to ascertain if they will co-opecate In
tbis work.
LIGHTS.
Mr. McOartfll 1 would like to
know what ha&,becomo of the pro -
posals to light up the station and
approaches to town which bus beeu
discussed here tor years past.
(J. B. Hume—Tbere ib no reason
why the council cunnot do something
in this matter. The Becretary shall
write to the council asking what action, il any, is to bo taken on tbis
mntter.
Mr.Gibson—As Hevelstoke is on the
eve of a big building boom, I move
that the city council be asked to provide for u building by-law requiring
permits for all proposed buildings.—
Motion seconded  und curried.
CORNER STONE, LAY1NU.
We hnve to consider what arrangements are being made in connection
with the ceremony of corner Btoue
lining and also the turning of the
flrst soil of the new Alpine Auto
Road by  Hon.  Thos.  Taylor.
Chairman Hume—I understand these
mutters will be bandied by the mos-
pitul board nud tbe progress club re
spectively.
0.  P.  R.   HOTEL
Tiie secretury wns instructed to
write Mr, Hutchinson, C.P.H. hotel
manager of Western lines, expressing
the appreciation ol the Board at the
announcement re building of C. P.R.
hotel at Itevelstoke, and assuring
him tbat the Board would support
any proposals wbich would assist in
expediting the building of tbis hotel
here.
Tbe meeting adjourned  at 10  p.m.
SECURES BRONZE MEDAL
PRESENTED BY GOV.-GENERAL
Marjorie Fleetham, of this City,
the Winner of Much Coveted
Prize
Victoria, July SO—The education
department bas been advised Iiy His
Hoyul Highness the Governor-General
thut he will bo pleased to give during
bis term ol otlice HI bronze meduls lo
be awarded ou the results of tho ur-
ban high school entrance examlna -
tions, aud live silver meduls. on lhe
results of the high school exuminu -
tions. Thc hron/.e medals bave been
distributed by the department among
the public schools ot city municipalities with the greuteBt numlier of pusses. The winners of these meduls for
IDI'2 ure ns follows:
Chilliwack, Elizabeth Q. Gervan,
Kamloops, Elnnore P. Wylie.
Nanaimo, Nellie Kogers.
Nelson, M. Louise morswill.
New Westminster, Muduliue Fisher,
(girl's school).
Hevelstoke,  Marjorie Kleethnm.
Vaucouver, Nettie Wutson, (Fuir -
view school).
Nortll Vancouver,  Beatrix H.  Paris
Vernon, Ellis S.  Wilson.
Victoria, Hazel E. McDonnell,(ol
South Park Bchool).
The winners of the silver medals
will bc unnouiiccd  Inter.
Customs Returns
The customs returns for tbo month
of July at the Port of Revelstoke.
were $27,MS.:,'2. The returns tor July
1911 were $14,291. The customs returns lor thc whole of the Dominion
for July were |9,71£, 2118, as against
the receipts lor July 1911, which were
$6,901,028.
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Head Howson's ad in this issue tor
the  inst time,  change  next week.
PROGRESS CLUB
EXECUTIVE MEETS
Adopts Slogan and Button Design—Arrangements for Sod Turning re Mt. Revelstoke
Motor Road, and Hospital Corner Stone
Laying.
A  Bpecial  executive  meet.llg of    tlle
Progress    Club was held on   Friday
evening in bbe City Hall at *:2(i p.m.
President     in.    Hamilton occupied
id   chair; tome 16 members were pre
seut.
t i,.iiiiii.ui- Tins meeting Is called
specially to take up the mattei oi
at ranging details in connection witb
tbe celebrations ,al tbe turning ol tbc
i.i i ..I ..ii Hi. Mount Hevelstoke
Alpine AUtO Hoad to luke place OO
or aliout tlie lutb nisi; wc have u
wire from Hon. It. P. Ureen, II, P.
stating tbat be would have lieon pie
.ised to attend tiie ceremony, but
feared that otUdal duties would uut
permit ol Hon. ib..,.. Taylor attend
iDg mi  that dale.
Mr, kiin.ii.i I understand ttie ISth
has been eel athls as a good date toi
that  cer.mony.
Mr. ii.it. Atkins W« bave to con
sidei  ii'iiii tbs cornel  stone and   tbe
UB  ollt of   business  und ben   WS  buvc   s...l  turning ecu inoiij
a committee stating  ws bave no grt
evance re tbs freight.
Mr.  Bourns—We   have seen trelght
III.ul III.in lleiv is a wile just received trom Hon. TboS. Taylor, still
mi; Hint ollicial  busineas will not ini
carried   buck ft om tue const  to  points Hut   ni  Ins   caving  (or  RSVSlStoks   L*-
I    tlie   -'Uli   Atiguat.
it. Gordon   n ihe date
beyond  us at less rates than  we got;
i consMsi the iiei,iit rate, trom Van I   K, uoraon—II the dute    is to
couver  to  Hevelstoke  ate a     serious   set back  l.u   August W,   1  think     we
drawback here. j should take sicp* to prepare a stone
Mr. Gibson-U wt have any Inform  oi   column    *h..i Id  in
at.ou to lay  before the commission   Insert I
i» don.   i.y a >,i...,.,   loUi
it   should
i tor.       I
•Mi. MeCarter-] .|.. not believe W«
will  gain  by  making  u lug  kick uow
A.J. Mciionell-I move the mutter
bo  dropped.
The report ol tho committee as
sent to .Mr. Macdonuld was MOtivad
and liled.
The secretary reported tin tntei
taining of the Press Association and
an expense ol 18.5u was incurred iu
livery rig hire. The sectary was instructed to pay the account A vote
of thanks wns passed to those gentle
men who supplied tiie.i atitos tree of
charge on  this occasion,
Mr.  WA.   Calloway
of the Si.,, hues,  wrote regarding ol
tititilne  tbe  services
oi.i  planted
suitably
ilie      place
when tin im i sod .s nu pad.
Mi      Gordon   The Hospital   Huunl
suggsal that ■ ■ im in ui intarUaln
menl would   ls>  provided  by  the  Pro
gITSS    I'llll,    HI    till     ,,lllll    ol   ■    llllll lieiili
ot  somstblng oi that  nature to   nil
in the balance oi ttie day nttM    the
ceremony,
Mt. McHue   i    thmk a celebration
BhOUM   he   hclil,   ua>   u picli.r,     ill   the
vicinity ol the sod turning.
Mi.    Kincaid   n ws wire and tlml
out ilml Mi. Tayliu can OODI on the
Mth ot 21st, we cun then |0 ahead
with our atriingeinents nml inula •
tions.
I'llilil 111,Hi    We    have    tn   dii'ide       on
publicity agent I om   plan of entertainment.
Mi    Qofdon   To   bring  th.    discus
Bion to a beuil I mine  we proceed to
Cull and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
^^^^^^^^^ ol a writer   and  .._ r	
conjunction with tba [ night to make arrangements rs   tha
,on """'■!   and i    itng   ,   ouvenii   proposed ceremony.   Motl a I
': -'tei     i. in   photos, Mi   it.  H.  Atkins     Ws are putting
Una oi iiim tour the wrong thing hist, ws should ds
throughout the   lakes!finitely oee.de on what dais Mr. T»y
B   Rl veistoke  and   Nelson. 101   ll coming.
-   i—This   is a    mutter Mr.   Kincaid  seconds  this  ma long
worth Ciuia.deniig,   the   book      lbe
li   .ui Mil  anl      this    gentleniHn Mr.   Kincaid- I   am  nol   OD   thl  •]
1   h|,|I'   M   to   |0t    -am.      printed at IMVI   ami      h,u,     in,   vot<    at   tins
.led. ting.
,'              Ham    i.     »scnt«rj  will A.J. MeDoaaU—Wa bars decided wi
wi.tr .Mu   Bebata and also conmuu will have % cilcbrtttivu and we   will
have nu diliiculty In setting a day-
Mr. Taylor may be wired to set a
date suitable to hnn. say the 21-t or
the dute as agreeable to htm.
The meeting lure became very much
Confused and Mr.  Cordon  bad to ri-e
to evpluin that the ceremony of coruer stone laying bad been decided upon by tbe Hospital Board to mark
the occasion.
Mr. McVitty—1 suggest that the
corner stone laying lake place at
noon au.l the sod turning take place
.a ;; p.m. the same duy.
Chairman The city council might
proclaim a bait, holiday.
Mr. McDonell—Cannot we hold a
regular picnic.
Mr. McRae—We should buvc n dano
nii; platform put out there and a regular basket picnic held.
Mr. tiibson—We might have a lun
cbeon between tbe ceremonies.
Mr. It.It. Atkins If the visitors are
to lunch ou the grounds, theu tbe
members ot the club and public will
have  to  lunch   there  also.
Mr, Hews if we have a luncheon
and speeches the afternoon will     bo
well  tilled in.
A. .1. McDonell—L/et us buvc our
celebration out  al  Hie grounds.
Mr. Kincaid—Wbich band will we
have, tbe band that plays when they
an    ready,      or   tbs   band   that  never
plays ut all. The discission became
nil   desultry ami  genernl.
Mi. Manning   i think we nre wust-
ing   ii l"t   ill  time,   let  the  entertain
inc. committee make tiie arrangements.
Moved that Hon. Thus. Taylor be
wired asking il .'nth or .list, or what
data   would be suitable to  perforin tbe
ceremony of turning the Brat sod ol
Him  .Mount Revelstoki     Alpine    Auto
Hoad.
Moved and carried, thut the telo-
i;iinn Irom     lion.    Thos. Taylor and
arrangements ra entertainment on occasion oi sod turning, ba lelt   In the
hattds of tlu: entertaining committee
with power to act.
Moved umi curied that the entat
taining o unite,   invite the   guests
who are to be invited to this cell •
biation.
Ohairman- Thi    finanos   committee
will   ,ii I Bttgl  Hie   liliiiuees.
A.  .1.  McDottSll—As the chairman ol
the tntirtainlng committal we would
like   to  know   What  Inn's  arc suggested fm i he proposed entertainment.
Mr.  U.K. Atkini   \  basket    picnic
has heen lUggBStSd 1 move the panic tuke tins (iiiiii. the transports.'
iiiiii  to iiii uni .i smull  (ve. uny
.li-iii.I  to he iii'l Hutu our club lunds
iContiuued cn Last Page.;
MIDSUMMER DISPLAY OF
Blue De Roi Dinner Service
Our window will show you the exquisite appearance and quality of this handsome ware.
Can be bought in sets or broken lots.
Superior quality.    Moderate price.
Call and see them.
HARDWARE-Our stock includes all the
necessities. Oil Stoves, Carpet Sweepers, Motor
Washing Machines, hand power Washing Machines, Garden and Farming Tools, McClary's
Famous Steel Ranges, Kitchen Utensils of all
descriptions, Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
PLUMBING—Vou can be supplied with all
requirements in this department.
Steam Fitting, Tinning anil Sheet Metal Work.
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BOURNE BROS.
Corner First Street and Campbell Avenue.
Grocers      Hardware      Plumbing       Tinsmithing
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GREEN   VEGETABLES
Green Peas, per lb  10c
Green Golden Wax Beans, per lb  10c
New Celery, 2 lb. for  2oc
Cherries, per basket  60c
Raspberries, 2 boxes for 25c
John McIntyre & Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFTS
FMUM HAMS
AND BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market Ltd.
MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE   \
Of MENS AND BOYS' SUITS
NOW IN PULL SWING
These prices should persuade you to have a
look at the Clothing, and the qualities will
convince you that you are saving money.
$30 00 Suits Now $25 00
$27 00 Suits Now $22 00
$25 00 Suits Now $20 00
$12 00 Suits Now $ 9 00
$ 7 50 Suits Now $ 5 00
$5 00 Suits Now $ 3 75
$22 Suits Now $17 50
$20 Suits Now $15 50
$15 Suits Now $11 00
$10 Suits Now $ 7 50
$ 6 Suits Now $ 4 25
$ 4 Suits Now $ 2 95
$ McRae Mercantile Co.
Sj rilt HOME Of GOOD CLOTHING
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Modern Plumbing, Bath, Etc.
Vici       ' from
(20  upwards, Kih*.ni  t'honograpUB,
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Music  Stoic McKenzie Avenue.
The  "Sugar  U
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400 Cords of First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
summer or winter delivery, 16 or 18-inch and 4-lt.
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm
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The Revelstoke General Agencies. Ltd.
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TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES
enable lhe traveller lo
each poinl ol h\< journey in
in issued payable in every
$10,   $20,    SHO.   S100,   $200
■ ■ prim ipal i ountries stated
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lis lor tuition In m isle. B or tei n g
rii>j. 1 y at the residence "f J, K,
Johnson, Qrsl bouse west ol the bos
intul,   Fust   meet.
ij acre k.'""'i i"'"1 i"1   ■|I" 1"al '
I'.U. hotel.—II. If. Coursier-
American and ('anadian
Scientists tell us the common house fly is the i
of more dism e and ■'■
than any other
WILSONS
FLY PADS
kill .'ill the flics aad  the
disease germs too.
Our \hn tors Anii Septk Shoe i.s Proving a Winner
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the test,
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ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
r.ooi und lh * hii|
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Hnrnesn Mnkors
(Western IReefoentfal Schools
(Dlatinetly DHrtati m   Non DanomtnaftlenAl)
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mi n.i il   . i il ii in I stand ml 1.1 the highest.
mi ow ii ili I'" Iiiii ill i uil proi t ilon tm  ii
Both SOhOOlS Oflt.fi  (Hln Autumn      For particular* arlflrcus
llll    I     h.  \li|,AIII.>.    -ii    m' nl.i. \ i.ii.i un     II   (.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
W   are in the manufacturing business
Sash,  Doors, Mouldings,  Turnings, Show
Cases,   Orhce  and  Bar   Fixtures,  Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds ol repair work done in good order.
We have a lull line ol'building supplies, lime
cement, plaster, Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTMetal, Lath and all kinds oi Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
RAPID  TRANSIT
NEW TRANSFER BUSINESS
JUST OPEi.ED
Wo make a specialty of the rapid transit of Trunks and
Light Loads.   Give Us a Call.
Albert abrahamson
REVELSTOKE,  B.C.
Day Phone-No.  44. Night Phone—229
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I SATURDAY,  AUGUST 3rd,  1912,
TUE3 MAIL-HEHAL13,fliEVELSTOE:E
SATURDAY,   AUGUST   8rd,   1012.
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SYNOPSIS  OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ol tbo Dominion
ln Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and iu a portion of the Province ol BritiBh Columbia, may be leased lor a term ol
twenty-one years at au annual rental ol $1 an acre. Not more than
2,500 acres wlll be leased to one ap
plicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent or Bub-Agent of the district
in which the lights applied for are
lituated.
In surveyed territory the laud must
bt described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions of sections, and in un
surveyed territory tbe truct applied
lor shall be staked uut by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Each applicant must be accompanied by a fee of ib wbich will be refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but uot otherwise. A
royalty shall be puid on tbe mer
chantable output of the mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
Tbe person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
aocounting for the full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease will include tbe coal mi
ing rights ouly, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate ol (10.00 an
acre.
For full Information application
should be made to the Secretary ol
tbe Department of the Interior, Ot
tawa, or to the Agent or Bub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior
N.B.—Unauthorised publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
WATER  NOTICE.
Notice in hereby given that William
Wuit Robertson, ot Revelstoke, 11.C
Will apply lor a license tu take .u-:
use |! . i :;;t, en Miucis inches ol water
out ol Caribou Creek, which tlow iu
a southerly direction through T. It.
39373 and T. li. (3026, aud empties
into Downie Creek, aboiu two miles
from its mouth, Columbia River. The
water will be diverted at a poiut 1)
miles north ol Dowuie Creek, i.ud
will be used lur domestic purposes
•n the laud described as Lot 10499
Revolstoke  Land  District.
This notioe was posted ou the
ground on the 1th day of June, 1911.
The application will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder at Rev
elstoke, B. 0.
Objections may be filed with the
said Water Recorder or with tbe
Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,   Victoria,  B.C.
WILLIAM   B.   ROBERTSON.
Per Andrew Kitson, Agent
WATER  NOTICE.
For a License to take and use Water
Notice ui hereby given that James
A. Shields, of Revelstoke, B.C., will
apply Ior a license to take ami use
Fifteen ild) Miner's mcbes of water
out of Caribou Creek, which Hows ln
a southerly direction through Tim -
ber Limits 39373 and 43026, aud empties into Downie Creek about two
miles from the Columbia river. The
water will be diverted at a point
about one and a half miles north of
Downie Creek trail and will be used
for domestic purposes un the land
described as Certificate ot purchase
413 Revelstoke Land District.
This notice was posted on tbe
(round on the ith day of June, 1912
The application will be filed in the
office of the Water Recorder, Revel -
stoke, B.C. Objections may be filed
with ttie said Water Recorder or with
the Comptroller of Water Rights,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C.
JAMES A. SHIELDS, Applicant
By Andrew Kitson, AgSnt
Public Notice
Public Notice ih hereby jlVM that
tba presence ol ttie Electors ,,f tbu
Corporation ol ttoOHyo! Revfljstoke
in required at the Offlco ol Mm Oity
clerk, Revelstoke, B.O., on Thursday
August 8th, 1912, at 'i o'oloek n the
forenoon to vote on n by law to au
(lini,/.«' dn' borrowing by tho Oorpor
„ii"i> "i tbo Oity nl RevoUtoke, ol
tbo ium nt $10,600.00 by tho loiuo ol
Debentures to defray  tbo cost to  the
Corporation   ol      certain       drainage
.works  uiul   HWW  COBMOtlOM.
Dated   July  Wtbi   l'M2.
B. 11. REYNOLDS,
Returning Officer.
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Cards - Lumber Forms    Tags, Etc
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type and printing machinery. Our
stock gf  printing papers is large
and well selected.
Agents for the famous
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REVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Can Make Marriage laws
London, July 29.—The Judgment ot
the juilicuil committee of the privy
council on tbe Ne Temere '.'use, delivered today, iu eflect is to confirm the
answer given by tbe four judges of'
the Supreme Court of Canada that
the Lancaster marriage bill was ultra vires. Tbeir lordships evdressed
the opinion that provincial legislatures In legislating on tbe ^olemnlza -
tion of marriage withiu the province
could impose conditions aftecting the
valid.ty  ot the contract.
Concerning question No. 2.: "Does
the law of the province of (Juebec ren
der null and void unless contracted
belore a Roman Catholic driest a
marriage otherwise legally binding lai
ing \a) persons Loth Roman Catho -
lies aud (li) persons, one of whom
is a Roman Catholic."' Their lordships considered it tuperlluous in view
of their decision arrived at in answer
question No. 1 to the eflect that the
larliament ot Canada bad not authority to enact the bill.
The uecoud question raised a constitutional issue they were uot culled
upon to deal  with.
Lord Chancellor Hulduue opened by
reciting ,n lull the questions submitted by the government of Canada to
thc Canadian supreme court, as ai-
readypublisbed, und went ou to quote
ihe answers     given   by  the Canadian
un. The decisioa on these ques -
tions, the lord chaucellorcoiitiuued,
turns on the canstruction to be placed ou Sections ill and 92 ot the British North America Act of 1W7. Section Dl enacts thut the parliament of
the Dominion may muke laws for the
peace, order and good government of
Canada, relating to all matters not
coming within classes of subjects by.
uct assigned exclusively to the legislatures of the provinces. And for
greater certuiuty, but not so ad to
restrict the generality of tlie ior»g«-
ing terais of this section, it declares
that uutwith-tundiug anything m the
act the exclusive legislative authority or the parliament of the Domiu -
ion extends to uil niutu-rs somiug
w.thiu .the classes of subjects enumerated. Uue of these is.marriuge uud
divorce. The section concludes with
tbe declaration tbue »uy matter com
iug within any of ihe enumerated claa
bes shull uot be deemed to como with
in the clu.iu of matters local or priv
ute nature Comprise din the euumeru
lion of classes of subjects by the act
assigned exclusively to the legislatures ol the province.
Section 92>, went ou his lordship, en
ucts thut iu each province the legislature muy exclusively make laws ia
relation to niatt?rs coming within tbe
classes of subjects enumerated in this
section. Among these is tbe eolenin-
iaution of marriage within the province. Tbc enumeration also includes,
among other things, property, eivil
rights and generally mutters merely
of locui or private nature within the
province.
ln the course of iho argument, weat
mi Lord Haldane, it became appar -
eut that the real controversy between
tho parties was us to whether all
questions relating to the validity of
the contract of marriage, including
the conditions of the validity, were
within the exclusive jurisdiction by
section 91. If this is so, theu the pro
viuciul power extend- only to tbe dir
ection and regulation of the formalities by which the contract is to be
authenticated aud docs not extend to
any question of validity. This was
the view contended for by one set
of counsel.
Lost Opportunity
Sic Thomas Lipton tells a humor -
uua story of a Scotschman who went
to a race meeting lor thc tirst time
iu bis life, The old man's friends
persuuded bim to risk *i\penco on a
horse—a 40 to 1 chaace.
With much trepidation the Scotchman bunded out tbe sixpence, and,
strange to relate, tbe horse won.
When the bookmaker handed out «
sovereign uud sixpence to Saudy, the
latter could not believe his own
eyes.
"Do you mean to loll me 1 get all
tins lor my saipence?"  he asked.
"You do,"  replied the bookmuker.
"Ma conscience'" exclaimed Saudy
"Toll me, mon, how long bus this
thing  been  goiag on?"
New lime Table
On Jun. ind, a uew C.i'.H. time
table came into eflect lor the sum -
mer, changing tbe hours of arrival
und departure ol ibe trains, which
are as follows:
No.
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1  .
U  .
WEST BOUND.
Arrive Leave
  S:*6    6.15
 16:»«   ...16:65
 Uiil)  l7o.k
EAST BOUND
No  Arriv.  Leave
4    24:46    24:ii
1*    7:2U    7:4«
2   11:66    12:15
SOUTH TRAIN
Arrke. 15:20,  leaves  7:40 a.m.
Everybody's doing It! What'' —
Dropping in at the "Sugar Bowl"
for thc  bett of  ice cream and     soit
drinks. SATURDAY,   ki Gl BT 3rd,  1912.
TKE::ivnA.i:ii-:Ei:E:R^L:o, eevelstcke
SATURDAY,   AUGUST  3rd,   1&12.
GUN CLUB SHOOT
Thi ment ol the Rev
elstoke Gun Club, held on the eange
t Recreat k   il     ■ iy and Tues
... ,'t this week, was one ol the
cesstul metts ol the k.iul ever h< Columbia valley
i '.».:..- • ■ ....: lhat the early
:: . t harvi st i t now on, attend-
. - • good as expect
,■.,     it in j    nt of i nthusiasm, good
li.    ..  verage  work at
the  firing cords   were miu-
; m..-   id,
It    bas   sometimes   been Bald thai
high  hie  hi     the
and u     . mat:':   ol lad  condi-
: lei   than  In    tbe
. . ng     Umi   nu gds
madi   of I irdei  matel ial  for long
- .. :..  uj     ,i  ., glam - al   i he  scoi es
.......  v, .ii  convince
..... ,\ th tbe game    tbat
could  bold  their     own
• ivbere .:. the w.-iId.
laj     avei age pt ogram
Jacd Foi   t  ■ :   . ani o iver,  led     the
-   .'. th onlj   loui t< mii mis
.--.- o it  dI  a total ul 310 shots,  next
this cla.-a came ('.E, Mink, ium.. iil
■ ■■...•   oBt,   while Frank
il   ol     ft stern   Cartridge   fame,
I place   with -'l  Bcored
agaii   '
In thi     mn a     the old veter
,m of i     i gren,  land
• ■'       .- \        m   llisb-
. | Kelson comi with     21
McDonell,     gol
■ ■   » ith 22 .nr:. i ither most
ci ims were made bj   I lei gi r
B     •   l: uiil.■ and  Hicklifs,    us     re
and   K. U .   i '""i" r    ul
Gard    r ol  Calgary,  Al
t I L.B   Stokes,  ol  Ai m
;;  Billj   Foote,   Vi.    \.   Sturdy,
Guj   Bui   ei  ol  i he I ie     club.
Each ol    tin  m     .i.i.-. to   tie ri ckoned
two days
.  came  in trom  the score at
ils    with ibe emailing
counti nam     that   pi ocluims  thi   cup-
a majoi Itj oi the Bhckels in
that  particular event.
The ■    >  :,   ...   tins  tourney  a  mini
her ol " iph ■    ol  more than
ord Bi .iini'.      K.i v,   may   be
ment one .     the     Kooti nay   Agencies
!.'•■       medal,     signifying    the   am
uteui bip   ol   B.C.,     which
wa     nally ret ired bj  Mi. Bishop, by
h.- «inning .i  li     the l drd consecu
:.'■■   I me    Foi   this     coveted trophy
there h u most    interesting
tarl     hi tween  Bishop
ai      \.-l.   McDonell,    the   latter cut -
'    -•      low a    tht   mat gin   each tune
three  an.l  llnally
this  i        ■      only two taiir<:s.     lt
maj .    •   presumed     that,
bad l ■•     i year oi  so long
- .   tj    •■■ u ild   have  come     down
b .ii tbe lea I.
Thf lered   tins     year nn
■ ••. ■ the     i'" cssional
' elng    a
'    man,   all sand
ing at    - ' ite irs    and
resident arred.    Iu  tins
thei ■ ,i    k.
i- •     i score ol
4 •.
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this
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again •
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let
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Foot
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breaking 0"    :■
it tbo raw •     .     •
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and    •'•■„
I -.  ■ xactlj  tbat margin.
i        ring   i ■  tbt     Beta It I
,t Revelstoki during tbe Third
and Fourth days of tbe Oun Club's
reg tered toui nami nt, 29th and BOI h
July, 1912, Tbo scores ni botb days
.wr |tven theii respective oi del
li i  .mi.  tnadt  onl ol o possible   ot
'fc'ttS.
AMATBDR8.
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Are You Ready to Pa] Cash for a Bargain ?
You will have the opportunity of a LIFE-TIME during our Mid-summer
SALE, when our $25,000 stock of Furniture. Carpets, Bedding and
General House Furnishings will be offered at greatly Reduced Prices
THERH ARE REASONS WHY we are holding this sale     We will be frank about it.     WE NEED THE
MONEY,    We are not going into Bankruptcy    Do not misunderstand us, but the new HOWSON HLOCK
cost us something to build, and we cannot sell the  BLOCK  so we must soil the STOCK, therefore
we   have decided to place belore you our   TWFNTY-FIVE  THOUSAND DOLLAR
STOCK in order to raise  TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Someone will get the Pick of ihe Bargains !    |
Are you going to be one of the fortunate ones ?   Now is the time to buy that  CARPET or  RUG.    We arc prepared
to give   53,'i      discount on any RUG in our larjje stock, and 40'/ on a few which we have carried over from
last year.    The first to ask for these RUGS will be the first to get them.    SEE that our CLERKS
give you at least 33^j    discount on every article in our  STORE  except  OSTERMOORE
MATTRESSES,   MARSHALL SANITARY   MATTRESSES,   SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES and KITCHEN CHAIRS.
NEVER was our Stock so large and complete in Dining Room, Bedroom and Parlor Furniture.
TWO Car loads of Goods placed on our lloor in the past ten days.
ffifflffMTffisM See our" Show Windows this week for proof of the
JSP \r ' BARGAINS wc are offering. Special values in Couches,
Carpet Squares and Rockers this week.
We are offering GOODS at prices during this SALE on which we are actually loosing money,  BUT WE MUST
HAVE THAT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS.
Thanking our many   CUSTOMERS  for their generous   PATRONAGE   in the past TWENTY-TWO  years of
business in REVELSTOKE, we remain, Yours sincerely,
HOWSON & COMPANY, LIMITED
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McDonell,   A.  .1	
Cooper,  K   W	
Bturdy,    W.    A	
Drake,   1,.   G,   •
Stokes,   I..    H	
Poote, W. v ...
Barrier, J. Rn>
ICvaiks,     A
Championship race, SO birds, m 18
yards—Cblngren 14 Bishop )■•■ Mc
Uonell M. *turd> 12, Stokes 39, Bv
(liia  I, , 1 iai di d  15
Special  Bxporl race   50 birds, at IS
yards   Bishop 4t .  McDonell   II    ■
Bren  it.  Evans  16   Sturdy   11,  f
11,  Bnrbei   li    Harden
Team  Race,   Revelstokt   1
gets |ier man—Revelstoki   team     Mc
Donell   17,   19;   Foote   19    19;   St
li.  it, Barber,  15,  16    Totals
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hop,   17,17
Totals,  '
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PROFRSSIOS VLS
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Special event, 60 birds, trom IKyils
Ioi I'rofesslonnl championship ol B.
,■ 1:.. i.i 49, Bergcr IG, White 46,
Randlc-tt. IT, ' Foi lies 48, Mink 47,
It ckclson  39,
il cxpi rt event. 50 I li di .i' !y
yards rise—Rlehl 50, Forbes 19,
Wh to 19, Hi ii''-! 17. Rickelson 4n.
Mink  15,  Randletl   u.
R. Z. CRAWFORD
«ONTRAGTING
PAINTER
Agent   for   Flexitime   Electric:
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
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NOTICE
RevelBtoke Land  District.
D   trict  "i West Kootenay.
Tuke notice that   I   Owen  lioyer ol
Greenv, 1,   B.C.,  occupation,    holel
proprietor, Intend to upply ot permission t" purchase the following described lands.
Commencing .ii a post planted at
the North West Corner, being ten
■: M 11 east ol the Soutb West turner ol Timber Limit No. 31283, thence
east I" bains, thence suuth 40 chains
alas, thence 1,1,1th
li ns to point of commencement.
Dat< ae,  1912.
OWEN mi'l f. '■
.-c  Bouchard, .igrnt.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,   Etc.
Imperial  Bauk  Building Revelstoke, B. O.
Money to Loan.
Otllcss—Revelstoke,    B.   O.,     aid
Craubrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Reveletoke, Cranbrook
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer ami Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Sile or Hire
■  !• month at Manning's.
Ail kinds of machine needles
stocked.
MANNING.   Agent.
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1912 FARMKk'V PRIZE CONTF.'.I
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ROBERT  8MITH.
1'rovincial  Land   Buveyor,
Mining Survayor,
Englneerini
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   106,    REVELSTOKE
W,  11.  WALLACE, M.B.C.S.A.
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box 146. RevelBtoke, B.C.
HEVELSTOKE   COUNCIL
No.    21,     ROYAL    TEMPLARS    OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets  every   iud  aud   4th  Thursdays
111      Oiliitellows    Hall,   at 8  o'clock.
^ isiting  Templars  are  cordially  in -
v.ted to attend.
Vi.  E.  MUN80N, B. C.
A.  D. TOURNER,  It.  8.
KOOTENAY      LODGE, No. it A.  V.
and A.  M.
lingular     meetings are beld in  MAS
ONIO TEMPLE.      Oddfellows'       Hall
on the Third  Monday in each mouth
at i i>. m.     Visiting brathrun      are
cordially  welcome
n    THOMSON,   W. M.
W.  B.   KOBBRTSON, Secretary.
- '.1 Ill-
No.  (461.
MT.      BEGBIE,
0V I.  O.  F.
Menu id I. a O.  K.  Hall next   to
Tapping a  Opera   House every  second
and  fourth  Monday In montb.  Vielt-
.og brethren cordially  welcomed,
(i.  W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   H.   CAMERON,   Rec. Bar.
C.  W. O.  W.
Mountain  View Camp, No. tit.
Meets Becond    ami      fourth   Wi'diiea
,.,,.    in  each  montb  In    Selkirk
Hal..      Visiting   Woodmen  are
II iially  invited to atuind
A.  J.  WOODLAND,  1 i.m   ' am
JAMES   MclNTYItE.   (lerk.
'..ihk     LODGE U, I, 0. 0. I".
HnU every     Thursday IVMlng   in
Selkirk  Hall  at > o'clock.     Visiting
brethren  cordially  Invited.
JdllS   (4YOH        '■    U
.IAS.   MATilh.      ...
QQVD IIANtiE  LODOH,      K.  of    P.,
NO.   »6,   IlKVKl.STOKK,   B,   O.
Meete every  Wednesday except   Uie
Third  Wednesday of each  month      ln
oddfellows'  Hall at I o'clock.   Visit
lug  Knights are cordially  Invited.
O.   W.  GARLAND,  ('.   I'.
O. H. BROCK. K. ol R. A B.
ti. oi r.
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing C&
Sheet   Metal Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281
Night l'lioni- -III
P. O. Box '169
Smoker's Supplies
The ol'l reliable nov. has the largest and beBt line ot Smokers'
Supplies ever In the City, nnd our prices are right, Fifty brands
of cigarB to choose from.   Price from $1.00per box up;   not made
trsm scrap either.
Meerschaum Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our stock of Calabash Pipes is small on account of the
crop being a failure this year anil quality poor.
Briar Pipes ill cases from $1.00 up.
Ask for the famous H. B. B, brand, Kvery pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Cases anil Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays and Pipe Racks. Tell us what you wanl and we will
suit you. If you cannot call, plume 37 and goods will be sent to
your home I'or approval.    Buy early while slock is complete,
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you that the whiskeys we are
Belling are the best. Call and be
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Har-
voy's Special Scotch Whiskoy; our
Frapln Liqueur Brandy, guurauteDd
lio yean old or Blackberry Brandy
for Medicinal purpoNeH. Our stuck
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds nre unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Dealers In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest Steamersf rom Canada
New S.S. Laurentic. 15,000 Tons Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails Jnne 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, Angust 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
one-olasB tl 1} Cabin sorvloo.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
5SJ feet long,  18,000 horsepower 514 Peet long
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Neap Cherry St., Seattle
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED I85B
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1906 1911
Capital                                        * 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 3,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,077,730 35,042,311
Loans and Investments         -      27.467,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        33,000,192 48,237,284
Hae 83 Brnnohes In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Prinolpal Cities In the World.
A QI.Nl.IIAL BANHINO BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Intorest allowed at highest current rats.
Revelstoko Branch. W. H. PRATT, Manager
FruiiLands
FOR SALE
Galena Hay landH in parcels of
III or 'M aotej or en bloc. Correspondence invited,
John Shaw, Agent,
Box 616 Arrowhead
It W.E
TAXIDERMIST
Animal    Rugs,   Game
Heads and Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   RevelBtoke, B. C
befbrelbuyinc yonr out-
lit of worltiUK 11., lir.
lor tlie'tiush.   1 make a
specialty   of    Lokkjiik
Shoes, I'ants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets amteverythinnj
reauiredinyoarhusintae.
E.   Q.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Plp«
and Furnace work
ii
, i'i
-WORK   SHOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   •   Revelstok* SATURDAY,   AUGUST  3rd,  1912,
i
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the mail-heeald,.revelstoe:i
SATURDAY,   AUGUST  3rd,   1912.
MALAKWA
TOWNSITE
Lois in the new townsite of Malakwa are now on the market at prices
ranging from $7!i to $17.1. These lots
arc all high ami dry and the regulation size.
Beasons Why You
Should Buy in
Malakwa
Thin uew town is just about half
way between Hevelstoke and Salmon
Arm, being a trifle over 30 miles
from either place. It is a natural locution for a town, being surrounded
by a highly rich farming district.
Lots in this townsite can be purchas
ed on long terms so that a purchscr
before he has really paid lor his lots
will have made u good protit ou his
investment.
Business Opportunities
Theie ia a grand opening for hotels
and other branches ot business, Including a burlier shop, shoe maker,
drygoodl nnd gents furnishings, and
all  other  legitimate  businesses.
Now on tlie Market
CP.R. Passes
Through Townsite
Station and Side Tracks
Already Installed
GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR
Buy Early
The first one hundred lots sold will
be at the low prices ot <75 to $175.
These lots will in. reuse one hundred
per cent in a few months time. It
you fall to secure sue blame yourself
when paying higher prices later on.
Industries Already
Started
Alreudy Industries are being located here. The first keen business concern to grasp the golden opportunity
of locating at this townsite will be
a large shingle mill, operated by
Spokane parties. This mill will be
operated by water power.
Preparations are also being made
to install a water power sufficient to
operate an electric plant or any other
industry that may come in.
For further information, apply to
.iessrs. Johnston and Haycock, Malakwa, B. C.
. . It Might Re Cold. .
BTJT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent Our record of cures
of rheumatism and other 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.
Haleyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Haloyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
lUL'ST NKWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly snd monthly rated to lie arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for $6.00
FIRMT tSTREKT, REVELSTOKE, B. Ce
A. P. LKVKSQUK, Proprietor
Laughton .&. Tapping, Props.
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.
J.   ALBEET     STOHSTE      PEOP.
Centrat Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged   and Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
Large Sample Rooms.
Rat'.o $2.00 per day       Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
mmmmmmmmm OPEN NIGHT AND DAY"—■—^mmmm
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       -       cJVIanager.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
House Plants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Designs Box 51
Phone 295
UNION HOTEL
AKKOWHKA1). B. 0,
Bpecial Attention given to commercial
men and tourists. Kimt-clas. sainplt
rooms. Kineat MOntry in Uritish Culuin-
bia, overlooking t'pp*' Arrow I.aks.
W. J. Lightburne. Prop
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
THE FARM
AND GARDEN
Valuable Information by An
Experienced Agriculturalist
on Farm Products
The following article, which will bc
run Irom week to week, will bc found
to bc of spcciul interest to lurmcrs
nml guixlcners in the Revelstoke district, and  is published with thut end   celery in some districts.   It Ihe roar
urt in rows 30 inches apart. If there
is very burd frost attar planting, tbe
plants muy lie covered with caithfor
two or three duys, but should be immediately uncovered if ttie weather
turns tine, Cultivation should begin
as soon as possible and be continued
every week or ten, duys, uud alter ev
ery ruin until the heads arc veil
formed.
an.l mulch to prevent hard freezing.
The roots will show above ground.
Soft cabbage stored in this way will
harden up by spring.
Kaising Seeds Fur raising »eed,
canbage are placed together, iu a
trench ubout eighteen inches deep,
head upwards, and covered with soil
and mulch lo prevent severe freezing.
I Hard  beads   give   a good  quality      of
The crop  should  I.e ready ior  mar- seed'  1,ut HBmal1 Quantity.     Medium
ket Irom  July lirst on.      If the land h''"'ls «"«  ■ *u'nl 'I""1'1* "nd • med
is at once plowed when the early cub ",m V*»**1i while solt beads giv. a
bage is harvested, it cun bc used for Poor I™1"? and larf° W**T>
some  lnte crop, us  lieuns,   spiuucb or
iTo be  Continued.)
ID   view:
There are three groups of     cabbage
lommouly grown: thc Hed, White audi
Savoy types. Thc Hed cabbage is com
monly used lor pickling.     The White
cabbage is commonly  used as a veg-
etable,      while    the      Savoy cabbage,
which  is ol  the  best quality, is little
cultivated  because production is    not
so    iibuudunt     as   with thc commuu
kind-.    Tbe  thrive      types  of    cabbage
' h   I well   prepared   belore  planting.   II  nc
as to shape ure the  pointed,    round I ..._.. .     .
uud   tint.   The  pointed  are early,  the
ket is over supplied thc heads may be
retarded by pulling ttie, | lant to oue
side und so breaking oil lOmC ■>'■ the
roots.
Late Cabbage—Thc seed for late
Cabbage is sown in u seed bed iu the
open ground. Sow tbe Med lour to
six weeks before you wuut .o t.'uue-
plunt to tbe Held, in u well-prepared
seed-bed. Sow in rows about twtivc
inches  upurt.    Thc   ground   sLioUii   be
wlnle  the Hat arc lute
round medium,
varieties.
Soil and Munun—Thc best soil for
cabbage is a rich loum, moist, yet
well drained, und in tine condition.
Darly   cabbage
ccs»ar\, late cabbage luud may 1*
used for some early crops, sucb aa
pcus in tbc spring. II horse cultivation is to bc employed, set thi piants
not less thuu two feet upurt .0 rowa
three     feet      apurt.   During  tn-j foie
usually   need  richer . be
soil  than lute Cabbage.   It  is a good j dune very
plan to occasionally change the land.
Cabbage ure gross feeders and     need
lots of rich manure,   a  muiii quan
tity of    hen     manure placed around
euch   pluut   uud   mixed   with  the
cullivuted   both  ways.    II  Uul    Is
little     band labor is «e -
quired.
Harvesting and .storing Late -ub-
bage—Late cabbage may be hardest -
td  und sold  at  once,  or  utui -d      lur
"oil' marketing during the winter.    They
Will give very good results, especial-1 arc usually marketed with thc uut. -
ly   with  early  Cabbage, aMlc   icnves   trimmed   off  uud  ei: ship
K.'irly Cabbage — Seed hIiooiiIiI be' ped in crates,
sown in the greenhouse or hotbed. Cabbage will stand ten degree or
about the middle ur end uf February j more of frost, but MVere ircai.ag or
II only a few plants are required repeated freesing und thawing n in
they cuu be grown in shallow bines jurious. Tbey are seldom injured
in the house, When the plants are very much unless tlio stump is froicu
abuut  two Inches high, transplant In ] solid,
to Mats, placing tin- planta une and Cabbages are generally itorcd Ui
one bulf to three Inrhea upurt, di - eeUan ur •peciall) constructed p.U
pending when,,, they .are ,0 be trans m the Bald.   11 stored .„ the cellar,
"''l'" ""•    '*"•''      Won "ettingthey  ure  placed  on shelves,  and      thc
'» the Held.   Ths ground ihould    be'cellar should be cool and mciit, uut
plowed in the lull und well prepared not wet.  The pits an made by 00
thi plants should',trurting an aibaped wooden ..n.r-
•etttng   them'tun, which ts covered ovei with cer
I th.  Tins Is made aboul right or nine
NOTIOB
All claims ugainst the Estate of tbc
lute William Johnston, wbo was killed at Wbatmorc, B.C., on July loth,
must be sent in lo .Mrs. A. Laug-
ndgc, Hi) Stu streci, N.W., l'ortage
la Prairie, Man., before tbc Hal ol
July, l'JIU. otherwise they will not
be considered.
MUS. A. LANC1UDUE.
NOTICK
Hevelstoke Land District.
District ui Vnst Kootenay.
Take notice that 1, Jean Batis. B.
Illui1d.11. ol Moutrcal, occupation,
Merchant, intends to apply lor per-
iniri-iuii tu purchase the lollowiug
described  lands.
Commencing at a post plunted sixty chaius west and 4U chu.ns south ol
the south eust corner of Lut TOTS,
tbence south 10 .hums, tbence west
20 cbains, theuce uortb »o ehuins,
thence cast 20 chaius to poiut ol
m..11.in. mceineul, coutoiuing lit) acres
more or less.
Dated  June 2Hb,  1.12.
Jean Uatlse 8.  lllondin,
Aahlar 8. Blondin, Ageat
lu
be hardened nil baton
in the open ground,
NOTICK
Uevelstoke  Laud  District.
District  of   West   Kootenuy.
Notice is heieby given tbat I, Ade
lunl Bi liluudiu, uf Hubyoa, li. C,
uccupatiou Shipwright, latend lo apply lur permissiou to purchase the
lollowing de.cr.bed  laud.
Commencisg  at a  post  plunted    20
"   '" " ,IU"   "mt  »arly  CAbbage.tot WWl at the bottom uud the u,.,iit   chains south and «J chains west Irom
Ihould  be planted uut as early un pun   nl I ItX  hit high.  A tulse tluor    is | the  South  Kast  Corner of Lot 7072,
•(Ma  In   the spring and  set  deep    in-  Put  in to     keep the cabbage o.l    the   Croup One, Kooteuay  District,     and
uiigh   lu bring the  baH.. of  the leaves  earth   and   tu  allow   Ihe  ,,ir  to nre 11   marked  "A'   B'   UloaJln's  North Kast
ground.    Cabbage   plants lati through the cabbage.    While In| Corner Poet" then.* south iu chains,
will grow iit 11 low temperature
may   not  ibow  much  Increusc in  thl j fluted
leal surface,  but tbey form roots rn    without [reeling,
pidly.   The  distance apnrt for plant-j    Soft cabbage may Ik- stored for tils ' ™ent, and containing  M acres, more
lag depends somewhat on the variety {winter by nttlflg them in a tre»cb, j or leu.
hut   the   usual  distance (or,root! upward, and covering the beads I    D»t«d thia i*th  June, 1912.
They | Itarage   Cabbage  ihould   be  Will   VUI    thence   west  iH)   chains,   theuoe   n,.rtb
und      kept  cool   as  pi «.,i le . 40 chains, theuce east 2e chains mors
or   les.    to the poiut oi commence •
curly cabbage is eighUMu iucoei ap-' with about six or eight mcb.. of lell
ADKLARD 8. BLONDIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd,  1912.
THIESl^A.IL-IIEK^riXJ,". REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY.  AUOUST 8rd,  1911!.
GREAT TRUNK
MOTOR ROAD
Jul; nined i ii.u
the :     ■ tlle
links ■;     vinci-
I .in tie
■    ■ tment
.     .    g    .     ;         ttvesl
is, ..". as to the route
that tb . •■■      between
,'est 1 ..-,  and   l'i.i.l  and
. .    uut il  com,
ii ed.
The greati    pai ri .■ I hu i al
.   ...     •   .        . ■ • :       uut ely,  I *
li   exist ing   i ...uls
ivork    re
,   th     uiuing   up
tain   ]     • The   principal
those to     connect
.. i :i     thc
tricl   und   the   Hound
' ■..   '        I'row 's  Xi sI
eni   ii   urge   ;..ii t     <>!
oca!ing i be
.,,  and  the route
 i   the      Hope
pl m ticallj      .ie -
ond liuk, from ' las
S'i  i  I..      is uow
it   nu  decision
made   until     the
gaged  upon it  i oniplete
.   .  make theii   ropori   to
I public works.
Ol .   ■ airi  i il .. cl   ol    i he
-  ki pt       mind to
, .   .    •    i nental    i oud   bul
ati 11me I       sari,
'    ■ o ild     put      theii
ita im era igh nu
i arti   dai hould
[eel l I .■ :. ovei looked     or
.   ■ In   genei ul   iut. real   ol
lound  iinpoi uble  t..
i in med I
ate v..
Mi. .. .i t< engineer, Is
.. ■    Mr. W. W.  Fostei.
.    .M.ik.-.   and
on a ti ip  of  inspec
Banll V.. in i.i mere
.,  i mu rote     and
thi   Uow   i Iver     al
il ,.,.i    , nm
rtio    ol    the
Castle  mountain  in     tbu
thc ni.iiii range ol     the
the  Vermilion  pass.
part   ol  the  rond
■:..   Dominion go\
ernmi   I »-esterlj    port ion,
Uutr. I  •      mrait ol    Vermilion Pass
listing  Ool-
I den-Wiuileriiii"!' road at Sinclair Hot
! Springs ,s being built by the llrlt sh
| Columbia government, the C.l'.R. con
tributing very materially toward the
cosl - the rood. Un receiving theli
necounl ol i ho sconei y to be lound in
this \ clnity Irom Messrs. Foster and
iForde aftei their tirst trip over ilus
route last year, tho Alpine Tlub ot Ca
r ida decided to establish their annu
al camp ul \ ermilion Pass tins year
and i !i -y meet ihere on August. 1st,
\ r i about the possibility of tho
trans, . ovineial motor road being
built aliuig the west Bhore ol Koote
nuy Lake to I.urdo uud thenee over
thc Wells or Karl Gre,\ Pass to the
Windermere country, Mr. Fordo siai
ed that, acl Ing on iustruel ions from
the miniBtei of public works, be
in;, le a repoi t to 1 he depart menl lasl
summer regarding Una route, aftei
in iking tbe through trip, and bis report Is ui the h.iii.is uf the minister,
Hi ci lei : ii. i nute from n scenic
j poinl ul view In be the equal ol any
lound,
nn.l.u rond up Mount Revel -
hus now beeu located, und Mr.
h.i iilread) tnude a linul Inspection ui the route, and will Btart
construction work withiu two or
three   weeks.
I.,  be
The
Btoki
Forde
Mayor is Missing
Wetaskiwau, Alta., July 29- Mnyoi
Aluxaudei Kims ol this city has ten
den .1 bis resignation and is mtSBlng.
The mayor ii is said, received u i u le
irum Aberdeen, Scotland, where tho
police claim, he Is wanted under tlia
Fugitive Oflonders' Act. The lnforma
tion was given out todny. According
iu tho information from Scotluud,
Kinix has been sought foi the las'
iwn years, bul It was impossible to
locute him until recently. The mayoi
on :■• 11 ing this news, lefl llils i it j
Thuradny night without notifying
any,.in. concerning bis deBtinat! iu. tin
Saturday his written resignation wax
received  by  the  town clerk.
Knox   bus  been   inny.ii   ol   Wetuski
win Bince March  1910.   lie came here
from  liei.ii.nnl, and  little  was  known
of   Imn   except   I liai    lie   bad    'i'i      a
ial '    tei    ,n  tlie  uld   Sunnily   and    lie
cunt nine.I  in practice  law  here.     No
details concerning  the case  Lu  Se..i
land are obtainable at tins time,   al
though  it   is probable  that   tin   mat
ter »ill lie placed in tho bands ol i he
lt.s.w.M.r.  within a few  day- for Invest Igation,
! i.m c a ilie rond to comfort, n vanished thirst, a cool body mid u re
fresher! oue, the ..nly way is via a
cuul drink al the Sugar Uowl Foun
tain.
V
Woman's Rights
It is your inalienable right to demand in a range—
Economy, Promptness and Satisfaction. It is your
privilege to expect the same attention, progress and
efficiency in the things you use in your daily work as
have been brought about in other and often less
important lines of endeavour.
The Gurney-Oxford i» the foremost example of cooking efficiency.
The Gurney Economizer regulates all the drafts by
lifting or dropping one small lever. It keeps the fire
alive for hours with practically no coal consumption.
It saves 1 tun of coal in fi. The Gurney Economizer
is found only on the Gurney-Oxford range.
The Gurney-Oxford Oven is absolutely and alwaye
heated the same on nil sides and in allcomers because
the heat is evenly distributed.
This is a sure and unfailing guarantee that whatever
comes out of the Gurney Oxford Oven is crisp and
light and delicious this is thc final test and the point
most often advanced by those who cook on a Gurney-
Oxford, those who believe it is woman's right and
privilege to have in her kitchen the labor, time and
money »aving principles embodied in the Gurney-
Oxford.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
Revelstoke, B. C.
Corporation of the C-^
of Revelstoke
BY-LAW    No.
A By law to authorize the borrowing by the Corporation ol the Oity
of RevelBtoke of the sum ol $10,600.00
by tbe is ue ol Debentures to defray
the cost iu the Corporation ol certain drainage works and sewer con-
nectiona already constiucted by lbe.
Corporation in counectlon with lbe
sewer system ol the Corporation.
WHEHI'lAS u petition bus been pre
settled to ibe Municipal Council ut
the Corporation of the i'it.v ol Rov
elstoke signed by tbo owners ol ut
leasi one tenth in value ui the reul
property within the Corporate limits
of the City nl Uevelstoke us Bhown
by tho last revised assessment roll oi
the Bald city, requesting that a bylaw he introduced lor the purpose of
authorizing the borrowing by tbe
said Corporation ol the sum of |iu,-
500.00 for llic     purpoBO above meu-
tinned.
ANU WHEREAS the whole amount
ul the rateable real property    within
the  said   City   ol   Hevelstoke   accord
illy      tu   the   lust   revised   assessment
roll of  tbe sai.l  City  Is $2,033,100.00.
ami  WIIKKKAS  it will  be ueces
sary  to raise    annually by a speeiul
rate, sufficient thorotoro, the sum   ul
$B18-.08 for paying the said debt   and
interest  thereon,
NOW THEREFORE, the Municipal
Council of the Corporation ol the
City of RevelBtoke, in open meeting
assembled enact as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for tbe Mayor ol the Corporation ul the Oity of
Revelstoke to borrow on the credit
ul tho sai.l Corporation ol tbe City
.,i Itevelstoke by way ol Debentures
hereinafter mentioned trom any per
sun, persons, Hnn, body ur bodlea,
corporate who may be willing to advance  the same us a luuu,  a sum    ut
in y imi exceeding In the whole the
sunn   nf   Ten thousand,    live hundred
dollars   and   In   cause   all   BUCb     sums
sn  raised   and  received   tu   I.e paid   in
in the bands nf the Treasurer ut the
inil Ition ol  the City  ol  ltevelstuke
Nil   Hi.   purpose and  with  the object
ubove niMiiti il,
2. It shall be lawful for the mayor
nl tho said Corporation ol the Oity
ul  Itevelstoke to cause uny number ul
Ul   . lit llrufl  to   I.e   made,   oxei uied   and
issue,i. fui  such sum i.i sums us may
lie   re.luiied   for   I lie   purpose   and   uli
m.i.i esaid, i vmi eding  I be sum
ol   i eii i  and,  live hundred dollars
and  each  debenture shall   be  for    lhe
.us.ui.i   ii,,iini ,  except
,n the cu •' ul  une ul    li ti di Di mures
, sum,     if
lei in- |Uisiti      f tl M
,
»
date
■
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■
■
■
■
Lhe ■
ii
. M      ,|  Ilf
■ |, llll'il    I     .M
!, ■ upon   iiiii
i   ".I, ,, i, ad upon with
ii  iiuiiiei  oi    i,,.Mem thereof,
. •' hoi   nt   til i     ...   ul   any    sub
sequent 'une, and all debenture*   io
re purchased  shall   lie  lot with     oan
rei led or destroyed       ,:, i  n.i  n Iisue
,,l  debenture! shall   la  in    enn
I .   ol     iiill   le pun liuse.
ium  Uy l.i ,v    l,u,|  luke ellccl on
and niter the  1st day ol  September,
A.  I).,  1912.
9. Tbis Hy law suaii, oefore the
linul passing thereol receive the assent ut the ratepayers of lbe Cor
|.unu,mi nl the City of ltevelstuke,
according to the provisions of und
according to und In the manner proscribed by the Municipal Clauses Act.
Road the lirst time, duly l'.'th, 1913
Head   the   second   time,   duly    19th,
itu:;.
Head a third time, and passed with
the unanimous consent ol the Council
July  19th, 1912.
Received the assent of the electors
the   day  of  AugiiBt,   L912.
Reconsidered and llnally  passed and
adopted by the Council on tho 	
day   ut   August,   l'J12.
City  Clerk.
Muyor.
TAKE NOTICE thnl the above is a
true ropy of the By law upon whioh
the vote of tho Municipality will be
taken at the Oity clerk's Ofllce, Oity
Hall, corner of Secotnl street nud
McKenzie uvenue, ltevelstuke, II. 0.,
on Thursday, August 8th, 1912, between the hours ol 9 o'clock a. m.,
and  7 o'eloek p.m.
BRUCE  A   LAWSON,
Clerk of tbe Municipal Council
NOTICK TO OREDITORS
In  the  mat ter nl  tho  Estate  ot  William   Herbert Jollille,    deeensed:
Notiee is hereby given tbat all
creditors uud others luiviug claims
against the Estate ol William Her -
l.ert Jollille, lute of Hevelstoke, b.C.
deceased, who died at Hevelstoke ou
or about the 6th day ot Juue, 1912,
ure required to send to the undersigned Solicitors lor Oharles Jollille
Administrator ol the Bstate ut suid
deceased, within CO duys from date
full particulars of their claims, duly
verilied, and that utter thui dute the
suid Administrator will proceed to
distribute the suid Kstate amongst
those entitled thereto regard beiug
bud only to those claims ol wliicb
sai.l Administrator shall have theu
received   uotice.
Hated   July   lith,  1912.
Harvey, MeCarter und Pinkham,
Solicitors lor Oharles    Jollille,    Administrator ol the  Kstate    ol    the
suul  deceased. tiUdys.
MINERAL    ACT   NOTIOB.
Spenlow, Jorklna and l'urk Fine -
ttoiiai Mineral Ciuims, situute iu the
['rout Lake Mining Division ot .Vest
Huotenay District. Where loeuted ;—
im Oreat Northern Mouutain.
lak,      uni.ee thui 1, U.U..V Wilkie,
acting a-, agent lur tbe True Fissure
Mining and Milling Company, Limited
n.-e     Miners Cei tlUcate  hh.m.,  hi ■
Ixty .lays from date hereof, to
apply   to ine .Mining Itecordei   lot    u
iti   ol  Improvements, Ior   tue
obtaining u Crown Graut
ol thi aim.
tnd   lurthei   take  notice  tbat   uct
.IT,   must   be  enin
the Issuance ol such
:  Improvements.
....    ol  July,  l'Ji2.
u.  B.  N,  WILKIE,
. ICE.
. .' Water
y       given   that   Uie
>mpany ol
al,   will  upply
empties     iuto
ird,      The
ink     ai
■
nd Dtsulet
a it Koo      .
. il
i
■   ap] ,
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,      ■ I   nn M
from  thi '   "'  I'"
, ns,   tl •■"'•■   Went.   20
i, ret   m     short ot Troul
,   . cbalm      mnn.    .,r   less    to
point    .'  commencement,  uud     con
linn ii,.    .,., ,i   In  ucreH   morn  or  lefii
Dated     Ith nny of May  ID1S,
ALICE  HII.I.MAN,
Par   LancS   Hlllman.   Agent
TAX SALE NOTICE, CITY OF REVELSTOKE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I shall sell at Public Auction on Saturday, the
31st day of August, 1912, at the City Hall, Revelstoke, B, C, at One o'clock in the afternoon,
tlie lands or improvements, or Heal Property as described for unpaid, delinquent municipal
taxes, special rates, interest costs and expmses due thereon, unless, in the meantime, the arrears
of Municipal taxes, special rates, interest, costs and expenses as set forth in thc schedule hereunder be sooner patd.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, this 25th dav of Julv, 1912.
BRUCE A. LAWSON,
Collector for the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke.
SCHEDULE
NAME OF OWNKR
LOT
Bradley, 8. A	
Bradley, Mrs. Mue
Calev, Jobn	
Caley, Mrs. John	
I ale'y, Robert	
Co'acurcio Francisco,..
CouRlilin, Mrs. II. E...
Darin, Joseph	
D'Archangelo, G. & P..
Rlson, Mrs. W	
Gowing, Arthur G	
Henderson, I'eter 	
Hendrick, B. M	
Henry, Sum	
Johnson, George	
Lamana, I'asquale	
Leslie. John A	
Levesque, Rugene E...
1,011/0, Mrs. M. C	
Linul, Gus	
I.nml. Mis. Gus	
Mitchell, Chus. W	
Morris, II. C	
McCrae, Alex	
Nelson,   John	
I'agilin, Thos	
Perdu, Jules	
Revelstoke Realty Co..,
Roussell, Thos	
Siiuone. Rosnirede...
Smith,   Robert	
Slacev, Mrs. K	
Stonex, II. B	
.1   4
11
16    17
10
1 to"
Ih
1    J
1
6
8   9
1    2
8 W. 1 9
6
14
7
4
1
9 Ul
in
90    91
4
3   4   S
Villa l.ni 4
3    4
7    »    9
6
14
14
19
.S
2
fi
BLOOK
49
9
1
5
1
5
10]
.19
31
107
14
A.M.  B
56
5
7
18
101
6
9
.'ll
39
3.5
Add. B
46
39
40
8
iS
10
H
101
4
■II
7
a"
rT2
$ 22 47
173 19
39 83
51 31
3S7 23
7 07
47 72
111 74
15 3S
17 63
13 45
23 M
34 57
29 65
21
7 07
7 07
14 35
It) 51
69 04
41 47
16 HO
41  86
21 24
46 14
1(11   HJ
47 KI)
79 03
21 09
7 U7
34 26
32 07
ii 95
U  n
3 00
9 70
$ 3 75
4 2fi
19 25
2 .«)
4 30
2 46
2 65
2 85
2 60
3 05
3 50
3 30
2 90
2 .10
2 30
2 60
2 45
6 00
3 sn
2 75
4 00
2 00
4 00
6 50
4 10
9 40
2 90
2 30
3 .50
3 40
3 00
h
$ 25 47
IS2 89
43 60
55 56
406 48
9 37
.52 02
13 19
18 03
20 48
16 05
26 89
38 07
32 95
24 12
0 37
9 37
16 95
12 96
74 04
45 27
III 55
48 B6
24 14
50 14
108 32
51 96
SS 43
2A 99
9 37
37 76
3.5 47
25 95
Colarco, Joe	
Parwell, A, S. Rstate,
Meuotte, I'asquale
I.,11111111.1, Salvutorc
SCHOOL TAXES
Pari oi;s. E, J Section 27
Township 23
Villu Lot 41. See. 34,|Tp.
ii. 103, it acres, Part.01
Sec. 27, T]). 23    20 ucres
7
11
X
S 40
59 4 b
9 78
2 90
35
4 65
2 45
2 15
10 75
64 IU
12 23
5 05
TENDERS    WANTED.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed on tbe envelope "Tender for the construction
ol a residence lot the Superintendent
ol tbe Experimental stutiou ut In-
..iiiici,., near Athalmer, H.C," will
lie received up to t p.m., on the Fust
day ot August, mils, for the several
...I km and materials required In tue
erect .1 a resilience ior the Superin tendent of the Kxi'eiiineiitul .-.in -
Hon .11 Invermere, near Athalmer,
it 0.
1   1    .in      nnl   plans   can lie I'M''11
on application 1.. Mr.  Duncan Ander-
I   •   ll.liUMl   .       Ill   '.
tender     must   bc accompanied
u i..[,i,■,[ cheque on a chart 1
bunk, payable to tbe ll mrable Hie
ilture, equal to ten
. .   whole amount "f the
hicb cheque will be forfeited
ndivldual 01 company sending
11. in tn  .ni,, a contraot
ii. pat un'.nt 1.1   falls in emu
... irt mi nt   does  not   bind it
• I        11  ",,>   1 he lowoi I   "i   .my ten
publi bing  'in    a.iver
lament   without   authority   will  uot
,\    I,.   JAUVTS,
■  Deput)   Ministei, .m 1
'.■tiny nl Agriculture,
ol agriculture,
!0 June, i')t'2.
ihs (kraal ..4 Inai..
.1..
143
NOTIOB.
tnke  Land  rn ti ■ '
District   iit   West   Km,t.c  u.
i il ■     otlci   that     b.nr teal     /• toll
1,1, .1, i.r  Mlntapolls, Minn..' ti,, oc
upatlon Clerk, Intends to apply foi
permission to purcbase tbe following
described  lands:
1 ommenoing at a liost plan 1 tl
Hm North west Oorner ol Lot -115
thenoe north 10 oba ns, then a v.rnt
in chuius, tbence smith II Chains,
Mience  eust   10     cbuins to     point ot
commencement and   oontaining     ico
acres mors nr lees.
I'nUmI   June  Kith,   I'.I 12.
EAKNUtiT ADOLF  MAYKH.
Notice to Contractors
LOOK-UP,     SILVKHTON.
Sealed Teuders, superscribed "Tender lor Lock-up, Silverloii," will be
received by the Honourable the Minister ol Public Works up to 12 o'clock
noon on Friday, tlie 2ml duy o( August, I.H2, lor the erection umi completion ol u lock up ut Sllverton, iu
tbo Slocan  .electoral  District,  B.  0,
Plans, specifications, contract, und
forms ot tender muy be seen ou or
.ulii th,. 12th day ol July, 1912, at
tbe ofiices of  the  Constable  in .bulge
Sew Denver, li. 0.; the Government
agents, Revelstoke, Kuslo und Nelson, uiul tiie Department ol Public
Works, Parliament lltnldiiigs, Victoria, It. c.
i.n ii proposal musl be accompanied
i.> uu accepted cheque or certificate
ui  deposit   nu u chartered  bank     nt
I ana.I,i,    lllaile   payable   to   tlie   I loll -
ourable the Minister of Public Works
lm ihe sum ol $2(10, which shull lie
forfeited I! the purty tendering decline to cuter     min    contract    when
calliil   upon   tn iiii  sn,   nl    it  he   full to
complete thu work contracted for.
The cheques or certificates ol deposit
ni unsuccessful tenderers will be re-
turned tn tbem upon tlie execution ol
tbe contract,
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the lorms supplied
signed with tbe actual signature ol
tbs tenderer, and enclosed In the envelopes furnished,
The lowest or uny tender not ne-
ce  larllj   accepted,
.1. lv ORIFF1THI
Public Works Kngineer.
Department ol Public Works,
\ Ictoria, B.O.,  July loth,  l'J12.
2iH«.   July 17 to Aug 2f
LIQUOR ACT 1910.
Notice is hereby given that thirty
duys after dute hereof, it is my m-
teution to make application lo tbe
Superintendent of Provincial Police,
for the grunt ofu license for the sals
of liquor by retail in and upou the
premises known as the St. Leon Hotel, situated ut St. Leon Hot Springs
D.C, upon the lauds described as
Lot No. 1139.
Dated tbis 27th day of June, 1912.
M.  GHADY,
Applicant.
Shi Mia Gun
am. Hi   .lnni mniha,   rn,, colda.  hail)
li Ibioil a.i Wait,       .   a   .       ii „mtmy
NOT1CH.
PUBLIO NOTICE is hereby given
tbut the Canadian Pacific Huilwuy
compuuy did deposit in tbe I.uni
I'., c ..ti > Ullice iu tbe City of Kamloops ou lbe M li duy of November,
1911, uuder No. 993 Piuu, Profile and
Dook ol ltvlereuce of proposed spur
to be constiucted Iiy the said Compuuy from its main lino at Mile
linui J 4:1.8 ueur thu luwu af Sicamous, theuce running Northerly and
North-westerly across tbo South-east
North-cast uud Nortb-wcsl quarters,
Section 1, Township 22, Hangs II,
West of the Uth initial Meridian,
thence Westerly ucross lots 1035 and
5DH, Croup 1, Kumloopu Division ol
Yule District near Sicamous In tbe
Province "' British Columbia, to tho
premises ol the Columbia Hiver luuu
Ihi Cnmpuuy, uud that thirty duys
altar tins notice or us soon there-
alter us the application ean be beurd
lbe Canadian l'ucllic Huilwuy Compuuy iuteuds lo upply to the Dourd
ol Huilwuy Ceniuiissiourrs (or Conn
da Ior authority to construct tbe
ulorcsaid spur.
Dated tbe 12th day ol June, 1912.
E.   Vi. DATB.MAN,
Local Hlght of Wuy
and Lease Agent,
Canadian   Pacific   Kailway Company,
'Vancouver, B. C, _,
I
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1
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t SATURDAY,  AUGUST  3rd,  1912.
THE  3^^LIXJ-IIEI?,^a.IJr>,M^E3ViE3lJSTOK:E3
SATURDAY,   AUGUST  3rd,   1912.
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. 2. /fume & Co.. limited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
Bargains in Children s Wearing Apparel
In the Ready-to-wear we have arranged several
new tables of Bargains. One contains Children's
Aprons, Rompers, Dresses, etc. All going at each
50 Cents
Misses and Children's Straw Hats
Clearing out all our Misses and Children's Straw
Hats in the Millinery Department. These are all
sorted out into groups at about half price. Big
Bargains in each lot.   A lot at each price	
50c, 75c. and $1.00
W
Print  and   Muslin   Waists
omens   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
A table of Women's Print and Muslin Waists, All-
Over Aprons and Child's Rompers, at Each	
75c.
Ladies Blouses    -   Wash Underskirts
A table of Fine Muslin Blouses for Ladies, Wash
Underskirts, Children's Coats, Dressing Sacques,
all at one Bargain Price	
$1.00
Two Hundred Pairs of Ladies' Corsets
All White. Sizes 18, 24, 25, 26. These are B. &
T. Corsets.   Reg. $2.25 a pair.   Now going at	
$1.00
LADIES' HAIR NETS New, invisible,
with elastic, pure silk fringe nets, all colors, at 3
for 25c. or each  ... 10 CENTS
Lovely New White Party Dresses
In some of those stunning creations that we are
noted for, in Ladies' and Misses' sizes.   All prices
$5 to $25.00
Barrettes, Back Comhs, Hair Ornaments
Highly polished Tortoise Washable Shells, all the
new colors and ideas, from
15c. to 75c.
New Silk and Satin Ribbon—All Widths
From the narrowest Baby to the wide flowered
Ribbon for Fancy Bags, from	
2c. to $125 Per Yard
FOR   THE   BOYS-From 1 to 6  years-
All Wool Jersey Suits, fine Cashmere  Knit Cap,
pants to match, all colors and sizes, from	
 $2.25 TO  $3.75
New Bibs and Feeders for the Baby
Made of Oilcloth.   All sizes.   Some with safety
pocket, at	
5c. to 20c.
Groceries and Crockery Department
Another Carload of Groceries
just unloading at our Warehouse.
Bargains Bargains
For Friday and Saturday
Cups   and   Saucers—$1.80   per   Dozen
Fancy Water Sets- $1.35 per Set.
Choice New Cheese
MacLaren's, Small, Medium, and Large
Jars;   Ingersoll Cream Cheese in pkgs;
Roquefort Cheese by the pound.
Canadian Cheese by the pound.
THE BEST TEAS ON EARTH
Sunbeam, "Red Label," good;
Blue Label, best.
We Have
Best Drinks in Town
Lime Juice, in Pint and Quart Bottles;
Grape Juice, in Pint and Quart Bottles:
Pine c/4pple Juice. Cider—Pint Bottles.
Lemonade Powders.
Tasty Chocolates
When you are wanting a Box of Nice
Chocolates, Try Our Nelson's Chicken
Bones, or a box of assorted. We always
have " G. B." in stock, and also carry a
number of other choice kinds.
China and Glassware
In this Department we are ready to serve your wants. You will be looking
around for a suitable wedding gift for your friends who are about to join the
largest society* in the world, and you will find it here among our Cut Glass, Fancy
China, Glassware, Tea Sets and the thousand and one pretty things in our stock.
Boots and Shoes
Children's Hat Bargains
All this season's stock of Children's Straw and Canvas
Hats on the table at a price. We can't afford to carry
them until next Summer. You can't afford to miss
them now. There are two more months of hot weather
ahead of you. Think of the Child's comfort and how
cheaply you can purchase it now. Commencing Thursday morning the price will be
T5c. Each
c
Sh<
anvas onoes
LADIES' CANVAS OXFORDS in
white and brown, or grey and brown,
leather trimmings. They were all good
values at the regular price. Now you
can judge for yourself.
$1.50
per pair
Men's Canvas Shoes
OXFORDS AND BALS in grey and
brown. o411 sizes. We take a pleasure
in recommending these to our regular
customers.
$1.65
per pair
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper^from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $ for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
Wo have the largest BMortment In thfl city, most of when
nre Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell at a price thai saves you the middleman's profit
Sei iins by the yard or make Into curtains, a flood assort ment
Madias—Wc have both colored and white in very dainty dfl>
sinus, from 20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
Ijto suit every taste at prices that are lower than can Ik- offered
aKflin owinK to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We also stock a full line of beds, mattreBSc*, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We arc offering a special reduction in Japanese Kurs 9x12
at $.*i.2<); 21x.r>ft >l.iiT. 8x6ft $1.96. Everything in that line
will ko 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. P ATI KH.W.     M t.1  r- I       Ml     1911
THEilvn^Ill-IIHlR^LTJ,   KE-V^TiSLSTO-KITI!
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 8rd, 1912.
MIDSUMMER SALE PRICES TO CLEAR
MARKED DOWN ALL OVER THE STORE
LADIES' PRINT AND
GINGHAM WAISTS
All good washing cloths
PARASOLS
Regular $2.00 and  $2.50  Lines.
Sale Price    $1.25
Sale Price—65c
LADIES' SUMMER VESTS
Sale Price--12 'Ac
LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS
Trimmed with Lace and Insertion
Regular $1.5U and >2 lines
Sale Price    $1.00
LADIES' DRAWERS
Ladies'   Summer   Knit    under-
drawers                          ...
Sale Price ~ 25c
WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
Ladies'   White   Muslin   l-piece
1 Musses.    Regular $■"> and $6.00,
Sale Price-$2.50
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladles'   Tan Oxfords.   Regular
*2.75and $3.26lines
Sale Price    $1.50
MUSLINS AND WASH GOODS
Ri fular  Price  25c.   and    SOc.
Sale Price — 15c
Odd lines of Ladies'Pattern Leather Slippers
Reg. M and if4.50.        Sale I'rice $2.00
Odd Lines of Children's Slippers and Oxfords - Sale Price to Clear.
REID & YOUNG
PROGRESSIVE CLUB
EXECUTIVE MEETS
(Conclude \ from l'ftge One).
j^Ut'StS   tlf
The Late Mrs. Scott
A doom wa Mast over NakUBp and
lisiiiMt i.y the death of Mrs. Eliza
reth Bcott, who passed away on .Inly
ISth, at the age of r.i years.
The remains were Interred al Kev
tna elstoke on Tuesday, .Inly 80th, Hev.
.1.  w.  Stevenson performing the last
COMING EVENTS
s    • . • Van
El
Winkle,  at
■  Mildn
: opera
We. r. S    Iliad -
atom   .- !' li i  Randall.
■ ■ -•   Tl ■ M ^-- .:. i i.ii ,,t Empress theatre.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
Preserving Season
I'oi Preserving Fruits we handle only ihe best. Ifyou wish to procure bucIi Tunis ..> cannot t»e beaten either in quality or price, we
would advise mn I" place yonr order willi ns. We will guarantee de'
livery oi all orders taken.
FRUIT JARS AM) RUUR12RS
This season we are lmiulliti^ the celebrated Mason fruit Jura in Pints,
Quarts ami hall gallons, These Jars require no comment. They are
par excellence.
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
Mrs   Snyder and daughtel   aro span!
«rei Its' vacation ln Spokane
i'n--   - i .Atkins is taking  a
it    •
We ■ the mi..,-! papers that
Mr. v, ii a,, ice thi an hltecl ol
.-.-   ■ B.C., has i tved nol 10
■ , lection    to
membervblp ..; thi British Columbia
Society nl   \
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Havo You in Cuhc of ACCIDENT By Sea or Lard?
Drop In and we will explain our Improved Gold Bond
A< i fdent Policy, double liability, onh costing £30 a j eai.
f5(0U0oulife and $10,G0U double liability, paying £25.1X1
weekly imlcmuity,
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
we to entertain  th
__\ 	
Mr.   McRao—A   committee ol  ladies  sai]  rites,
should   be   requested   to   assist   in  the      Ml.   seolt,  husband  of  deceased was
handling ol this picnic. 'principul  mourner, and  along     pro
Secretary  Horobin-   We have $H0 In   C081J|( | ft'lends from      Nakusp and
the treasury of thc frogrens Olub (Uau-ict were proscnt to pay a last,
now. Itribute ol     respect,   Many    beautiful
A general discussion follow",!. Iflorul offerings covered  tho cofilu, am
Tlie entertaining committee wore em  ,,,u, others i ig wreaths from     the
powered to arrange for (he attend- i„,,ii,.s\.\id of the Prenhyterinn chuivh
ancc of n hand and pipers on tho oc |.a,ij,.s- Hospital Auxiliary, Woman's
casion. The secretary was instructed ilwtjt„t,., m,s. O, Jordan, Mr, nnd
to communicate with all public hod- M,(8a .vi.i-i.-l. dean Oloudennlng, Mr,
ies and request their co-oporetion.       an(\    m,Si  KMwnrdR,    Mr.  and    Mrs.
Mr,     McRae—Some     arrangements  prank     Boiirno,    Mrs. Thomas, Mrs.
might   I.e made to get  a sti  and a   Blackberg,  Mr,  and   Mrs.   K.  (I.   Me
trowell. Uai-. Mr. and Mrs, A. McRao.
Moved   and   soeondod.   lhat   Mr.     H.       Mr      Seott   was   horn   ia   Sanqilhae,
IGordun  be a committee ol  one to sc-   Dumfli<eshlre,     Scotland, and tor     a
cure   the   marhle   posl   local   marble if   |„.n,,,|   ,,f  twenty  live  years  hus resid
poF.siblo, and souvenir. ,.,i  |n  British Oolumbia, ten years of
Motion moved and carried, thai It. tnn( poriod having heen Bpenl In Na
dordon, governmenl agent, bo ro i,,M,. During her residence there, de
quested to prepaid a speech on the ceased made many friends, by whom
history, etc., ol the Mounl llevel 8ne wa8 \,,yi.,\ :UII\ ^gpectod on ac
stoke Alpine Auto Rond lo be deliv- oount ,,f her line personality and char
cred on behalf of tbe Progress Cluh M,.|,.,-. [„ nddttlon to the husband, a
al  the sod turning celebration. brother who lives at  Glasgow, Scot-
\ discussion ou tho naming ol the |:ll,,i |B i,,f| lu „,,,„,„ |l(,,- |0B8, •[,,
loud resulted in amotion being car WUOIU the sympathy of the entire (IN
lied that lion. Thos. Taylor he re- trict is extended
quested to Christen the road on the
occasion of the opeuing ceremony,
SLOGANS
The Selection committee report the
[ollowing slogans for  (inai choice:
"Kevelstoke, the   Mountain  Magnet"
"The   Rockies   Scenic   City.."
"3 lt s. Railways, Rivern and Resources."
"The Golden lies! of lhe Hidden
West."
"The  Capital  of Canada's  Alps."
A vote of the entire executive, resulted in the choice of "The Capital
of   Canada's   Alps."
Th.- secretary reported same had
hcen submitted by Mr. Il.lt. Atkins,
who wins the reward or live dollars
The choice of a billion was leftover until ihe next  meeting,
Mr. Manning—This slogan should he
put on all our paper and on the head
in: of ihe newspaper.
Mr. McRae—1 have great pleasure
in donating to Mr. B. It. Atkins the
advert is.',i award of ,?."i in return for
Ins donating this splendid slogan to
the Revelstoke Progress Club, l.oinl
applause.
Mr McVitty for M Hoard of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Trade explained the proposals of Mr. | Sarah Bernhardt tonight only, ai
Galloway, publicity agenl of the So., the Empress theatre, admission Ko.,
line   I.     issuing a booklet lllustrnt-1 children 16c,
FISHING
TACKLE
SPORTING
GOODS
The  :■ l lv< a  ,•!   a  company
oJ Englii ho were   In
th* r. .- ■ -.     Ket i.-. Inspect
Mi.   K \    Bra lley's   pla cr claims
on Fi turned  lasl   Pi I
. m led east.
- -,-.  - thc Methodist church
paatoi   .... have  u,.,.k
ra       \n uh-
. ■ young
.,-■ t   ■ Thi   Prob
*    will
The
.    •• I
time yon will
■ Pren h
■
-
.   thi
' ■
f city al
children 13c.
i onductor Uglow has room ned Irom
a \ tail   to the coast.
Mi I.i nn.oi     St Co. cl,,se iheir store
tonight.   Gel  Bome ol the bargains.
in    .1.   II.   ft'htte,  Supt,  ol  Method
ist      Missions,     was   in  theeity
■
ng,   August   17.
Special efforts have  been made   hy
the management to     make thc   third
-how a banner one in every way.. Por
.. .„    entries  have  lieen  coming     In
ertain  thai   ,t will be   the
ol   .is k.i..|    m  Western Cans
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ da.     The    special    feature    show
Mi.   A.   Annan   ,■:   Ill-   (' I' R.   Sh '     Motor   Show.   Dog   Sle-
letl   thia   m..in.nt-   on   ..holiday     trip Show, and  Horse  Show  have all heen
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BUSINESS LOCALS
Read  Howson's ad.
Coal  that is all fuel at   CoiU'slors.
See the bargains on the BOc. counter at   McLennan's.
Howson's $111,111111 sale has already
exceeded their expectations. High
class Moods are sellinu lirst customers
recognize and appreciate tbe bargains
Arrange for your supply of coal at
once. Coursier ha- the kinds you
want.
Howsou's Sale ha- brought customers from outside places. Bargains
bring  the   trade  to   Itevelstoke.
GUNS
AMMUNITION
We have just unpacked a complete line of Sporting
Goods of all kinds. Mr. Fisherman, don't forget to
inspect our stock of Fishing Tackle. When you see it
you will say. "BEST IN TOWN."
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Dealers in all kinds of the Best Hardware
Agents for Gurney Chancellor Ranges and Minerva Paints
A  great clean up
at McLennan ,C-  Co.'
ui   the   lho. lahle
Sec Sarah Bernhardt tonight in
"Camille" at the (lie Kmpress theatro.    Head  tlie  half   page  add   in  this
paper.
Times may he dull lull Howson's
Sale   is  a lively  one
i ii ur   the   tourist   attractions  of   Hevelstoke and      district  and  the     Arrow
as  mill,tied  ie for,-  the      Hoard
of Trade meeting reported   elsewhere
ssne.
a committee mmi.- appointed to at-
to the matter,
M.-et,nc adjourned at  in p.m.
It   is a  relief  to the citizen-  to  he
Notice of Assignment
Pursuant to Uu- ''Creditor'sTrust Deeds
Act. 1901" anil amending Acts
NOTICK IS Hl.RKBY GIVEN that
AkusIiu G. Prasercarrying on business
as a general merchant Ht Tumi I ake, in
ibe Province ol British Columbia, has i»\
deed dated Uie 17th day ol July, 19l2,
assigned all his credits and efiecta which
may lie seized and sold llinlel execution
ami all bis real estate lo A. N. Vara of
Trout l.ai.e. it i' , ioi tiie purpose of
satisfying rateahly and proportionately
and without preference oi priority nil Ins
creditors.
And noiiee i- hereby given that a
nn clini: oi tin- creditors ol llic -aid A.
C. Fraser will be held al the ollice of
i .ill.in \ l-.Uiott. in the i ity ol R, v, |
stoke, on Iriilav, ihe "ih day of August.
ai tlu- hoar ol 7:30 o'clock in tbe afternoon.
And nolice is  hereby   given   that   all
Handsome Ottice
Florence  Pagdin . ntertuii
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her
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placed  m  capable  hands anil  promise      Tne   j ,,    Watson   n,.„ir.   Co.,    are
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  .IcKensie avenue. The
itei   public office,
■ iie light
inally well ap
tail    Tbi
Song Sei vice
ia       een Fortunate
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ington
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aide  io obtain again a supplv of H.! persons having am   claims against  th
N. Coursier's smokeless coal. «" v   '"', ^.J!? uhfLnT.M
| to forward particulars of tlie  same inn.
What  docs     Howson's Sale mean'1 verified by statutory declaration to Gillan
»»"- «* "-»< Btock „t ^r;montikr;x}oV\^e
one third less marked price, eome and
He,- for yourself,
said 91 b da) ol August, nud
pel sons
quired to pa) the amount due by them to
the snid assignee forthwith.
.And nolice is herein given that the
said assignee will after the 30th day of
August, lyU, proceed to distribute the
assets of the estate amongst those parties
who are entitled thereto, having regard
only to those claims which have been
duly verilied of wliicb lie shall then have
received notice, nud will not be responsible for Iln- assets or any purl thereof so
distributed to any person or persons of
whose debl or claim be shall nol then
hav.- received notice by duly verified
claim.
Dated tbi- .'"th day of July, A.I)., 1912
C.I1,I,\N &  KU.IOTT,
Solicitors lor Assiguec.
indebted lo the said A   G,  Fraser are re-   t.d.
WANTED
WANTBD—A young lady wants position aa assistant bookkeeper or otlice help.      Apply  Mail-Herald,
NOTICK
The Regular Annual Meeting of the
Itevelstoke Hospital Society will bo
held in the City Hall on Tuesday,
August 20th,  1912.
vi. i). Armstrong,
Socretary
SEE THE HANDSOME PICTURE OF
REail!TA
Now on Exhibition in the  window of  our   New
Office, next to the Revelstoke Meat Market
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Vancouver fair
The Painting is authentic in all details, being an
exact copy of their Board of Trade picture used to
advertise their City, and shows the exact relative position of
KENSINGTON
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BEWS' DRUG STORE
EGYPTIAN COLD CREAM
.. i.-it  :■-!   16c. and
■ an thrown in.
TRAILING ARBUTUS
Talcum  Powder   a delightful   fine powder
 25C    ft TIN
THERMOS BOTTLES NIWM""S
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(I  up
HIGHLAND LINEN BOND
RAJAH LINEN
Tom Tit Style Pens ---$100
\ very I irge i-» i. nf I*
al priri nt I hi ou I
oul the Dominion
( nn ■     up| lies,       I ilm,  li-
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
.tnprJ,
HI-IT.', ' IF I    IIAIsB	
ind   h ipes,
Wl- M'l ; IAI l/l    in  Mi ts,
Late Spi ing I >uil - and Ovei
I)n>p in v hen . nd '
Hi suit thl IIOUS,
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Stetson Hafj Foot-Rite Shoes
OUR NEW SUBDIVISION THERE
NOW ON SALE AT
$150 and $175 Per Lot
CALL   AND   GET   PARTICULARS
J. B. WATSON REALTY COMPANY
Local Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avonuo
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