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Solitaire Diamond Hings to be Gi*)en Away by Mail-Herald, JVoter on Exhibition at J. Gtiy $aH&[<fn]f\t £
"Empire" Type writer
For ease of operation and
perfection in .results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $601
Interior Pubhsmng Co., Aijls..
The Mail-Herald
Visiting Cards
A SPECIALTY
Interior Publishing Company
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS   j
Vol. 18-No. 50
REVELSTOKE. B. 0. .11'lY 6, )Wi
$2.50 Per Year
...THE HOME BEAUTIFUL...
AGATE WAIA,   MISH
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In Beautiful T\.*cj
Mix  with Cohl  Wa   ',
Anyone can apply       Ci
ALABASTINE! ALABASTINE!
An Old Favorite,
Artistic Shades
'•
35c. 5 Pound Package   '•>'   *»sco Colors for  Borders
For Permanent Work Use Hall 5 Washable Wall Paint
Why ? Because it is the most sanitary.
It sets hard. Does not crack or peel.
Does not fade. Mixes with water. Is
genii proof   	
$1.00  PER CAN
FLOOR   PAINT
We believe we have the best paint
made. You take no chance with our
paint,   Gets an hard as iron.
75c. Per Quart
FOR THE BATHROOM
Do it in White,
Satlnette Bniunel is the best that
money tan produce.
You'll Be Pleased
FOR THE DINING  ROOM
Ymi want a change! Tired ot the
varnish! Slam it nvcr the Varnish with Baplac.   Basy to apply.
Good Effect
FOR THE BEDROOM
Brighten thnn up!
You will be surprised how cheery
you cuu make a room look with a
can ol our paint.
Let Us Prescribe
GET THE  PAINTING  HABIT
cTHakes  the  Home Look   Clean   and Well  Kept
Artistic Stains. Beautiful Tinted Enamels.
Gold, Silver and Aluminum Paint. Crack
Fillers. Floor Wax. Waxing Brushes. Furniture Polish.
Try Our cTWagic Polish at 50c.
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
Plumbing
LIMITED
Steam Heating
Tinsmithing
Imperial Bank of Canada <j>
Hoad ot^ico   Toronto, Ontario. 0
Capital Subscribed
Capital Paid Up
Reserve
Total Assets,
6,000,000.00
6,000,00^.00
6,000,000.00
$72,000,000.00
Branches or Agents at all principal points in^Oanada.
Agents in Great Britain and United Elates—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago— Fu st National Bank, Corn Exchange National Buuk.. Seattle—Seuille N«uouul Bank, San Francisco— Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
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Children's Sandals
Children's Romeo Sandals
SIZES, 4 to 101
Three and Four Straps
Mrs. A, G, Crick, / First Street
TIRED?
JTHEN A CUP OF
"BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh ymi witli its Im u;lii. spicy
Bavoi nnd (ragrancy. hold in 1 lb.
lead packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
G. W. BELL
P. O   Box 208 GROCER & BAKER Phone No. 23
THE GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST
WILL CLOSE TO-NIGHT AT 9 P. M.
At This Time Opportunity Wiil Stop Knocking and
Reward Those Who Have Heeded Its Calling-
One Subscription May Decide the Winner ot
the First Prize-Contestants ire Making Last
Dash for the Coveted Goal.
(• "X'gj • •   •  •
ET OUT OF THE WAV, KEEP OEF THE TRACK,
Candidates in the Mail-Herald's great race are now only
a few rods from the wire. In a few moments thc crowd will he
cheering the winner, and the winner's reward will he a Player-
Piano or Six Hundred Dollars in Gold.
Contestants apply the lash as you are nearing the wire. The
candidates are running neck to neck and a spurt from any one of
them of a few long term combination subscriptions would send
them under the wire with a bound.
A combination subscription to the Canadian Home Journal
and the Mail-Herald for ten years, counts 125,000 votes. Just
figure what a few of them would do for any ofthe contestants.
The ballot box made especially for the closing of the contest
is now in commission, and is being used by the candidates as they
turn in their subscriptions. This box will be opened Monday by
the judges and the result of their finding will be published in next
Wednesday's paper. There is no standing of candidates published
today, because the ballot box has been in use since the last issue,
and all subscriptions have been put therein, therefore the standing
remains the same.
Contestants, your reputation as a success or a failure in the
eyes of your friends and the public is now hanging on a balance.'
The recompence for the work you have done is hanging on the
same balance.    An extra effort will decide your destiny.
C.P.R. TOURIST
HOTEL FOR
REVELSTOKE
I Associated Press Despatch I
Winnipeg, .inly 8—In announcing
an iiiiiiii.ii.n to the ''imt «iii«' ni tno
Royal Alexandra hotel Tuesday, to
contain 400 rooms, Hay ter Herd nicn
iiuiH'ii that the t'.r.K. contemplated
building a new hotel ut Revelstoke tor
the purpose of catching daylight passenger traffic mi the lur side ol the
niiinntiiins.
French Creek Placer Mining
Following the recent rich strikes
along the old channel ol French t reck
anil u full report of which ,vas puh -
lishcil in a recent issue of the Muil-
Hcnild, we lcnrn that Mr. Hurt Mun
ro and Mr. J. Gillis, left on Thurs -
dny morning for French Greek, ii
company with a well known American
placer miner, llie party are proceeding to the grounds with the inten -
tion of at once commencing develop -
ment work on the new placer lease,
und whicli if thi-ir present favorable
opinion ol the property lie co.inV ael
hy testing, will develop into o'.e of
the largest and richest placer propositions in the Interior of  Uritish Co-
lumbia.
L 0. L. Parade
On Sunday evening the officers und
members of L.O.I,. ltlSK, will hold
their annual church parade to tbe
Methodist church. All members are
requested to meet at the lodge room
at 6:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren invited.
Outing on Mt. lievelstoke
The U.Y.I'.T. of the baptist  church
a.
spent a very pleasant day on the 1st
ul July, visiting the nhalet on Mount
Itevelstoke. Starting at 4:30 in the
morning, the Party went up through
the mists bud got well on with tbc
the climb when the -un rose, when a
rest was mude to enjoy the wondrous
beauty ol tbe Mountain sunrise. Ar -
rived at the summit, the balance of
tbe day was spent in varied sports,
cleaning up tbe chalet und eating,
the Bowers at the top of the scenic
peak were at their best, as many as
twenty different varieties were picked
out by the expen botanists who were
among the pleasure seekers, the whole
of the summit  being a mass of color
Coming down with tender feet, u-
usual, though the water tank appear
ed to bave been moved, and tbe hill
considerably lengthened out since lhc
morning climb, all dually reached
town at $:'if) p.m. alter one of the
ni -st enjoyable outings ever held.
Mr. A. Thompson, secretary ol tbc
V.M.C.A., uccompuuied by Messrs.
Cowan und Ainslie, went up to tbe
summit chalet on tbc evening Of Friday and will remuiu until Sunday
morning. Tbc Hev. C. A. Procunier,
with nil family and two visitors, also climbed the height during the present  week.
PIANOS-PLAVER PIANOS
Sheet Music und all kinds of
Smnll cTVIusical Goods
Call and Inspect j
Music Store, McKenzie Ave,
Are Proving a Great Soccess
Vancouver, July I- Mr. K.W. I'eters
general superintendent of tbe Canadian I'acilic Railway, bus returned
Irom  Winnipeg.
"The   chiel   matter    ol   interest      in
tba British Columbia division ul the
ruilwuy  at tin-  present  time  is ths uil
buruers in tla mountains." said Mi.
i'eters yesterday. "The nrst engine
equipped with oil burners went out oi
ltevelstuke  a lew   days  ugo  with   Mr.
Phipps, out master mechanic lo
charge, and there are now lour ot tbe
engines converted into oil burners,
with the uth. rs being milled tu tbc
number ub fust us we can muke the
necessary alterations. So far all ol
tbem huve beeu working splendidly,
and apparently th.i change is going
to be a great success. We beliefs
that .t is going to add gicatly to the
efficiency c,f oui engines, and u will
undoubtedly be a preventive ol forest
! tires, and thus play it* part in the
1 protet-tiun ol  the timlier areas.
"Wi have established Oil tanks to
supply   the liquid   Iii'l   t,,  engines    at
Kamloops, Notch Hill, Blcamous,
Revelstoke,  Rogers Pass, Golden and
Kiel.i. and we bave had    constructed
a   hundred   tank   ears,   winch   will     bc
employed     in conveying tbe oil fuel
Iron tiie big tanks in Vancouver to
tbc up cutintr   stations."
C. P. R. TOURIST HOTEL
FOR REVELSTOKE ASSORED
Superintendent of Hotels, Mr. Hayter Reed, Announces big i\ew
C. P. R. Hotel will be Erected Here.—Daylight Passenger
Service trom Calgary to This City.—Work on Double Track.
Great Satisfaction Is being express
eil by the members of the Kevelstoke
Progress  Club  and  the citizens  gener
ally, lollowing tbe oiticiai announcement made hy Hayter ilecd, manager in chief ui uie Canadian Paclnc
Hotel System, in Winnipeg, that tbe
i .I'.I'. are ubuut tu erect in ltevelstuke a new uiaguiUci'ut tuurisi Uo -
U'i. Uumuis tu tnis ellect Lave beeu
current lucully for sume time past,
some mich move having uecu anticipated, toiiowiug tne recent successful
movements which have resulted in tbe
setting HM..C ol .iioiiut iteai'lsloKc as
a National I'ark, and the building to
Cue summit ol the tirst scenic moun
lain  auto   load   to   nc   colisLI ucte.l     ill
Lue  Uominioa,   nut  Ibis  ollicial      au
nouncement  is  wolcomed  as settling
ine matter beyond qiiestiuu   ur   dispute.
Included with the statement regard
ing the construction of Ilus bold,
wus aii Intimation thai tne Railway
Company aould inaugurate a special
daylight loin ihi passenger train ser
vice Between Calgary and Hevelstoke
.mi wbich implies afull recognition
ui the claims oi Revelstoke und His
trict as a  tourist and holiday  centre.
Throughout  the entire section     of
the O.P.R, main line from Calgary to
Kamloops,   parties of surveyors      are
i well advanced with the preliminary
work iu connection with the locating
of the new double track, whicli the
Increasing trullic und the demands of
the Panama Canal traffic render imperative.   Whilst thc     definite     sur -
| veys are not yet announced, thc work
already underway points to thc ultimate decision of the Company being
to double track the existing main
line ail tbe way, and avoid the grade
of  the  Selkirks  by a  tuael   which will
, cut  through  the  mountain  at      Bear
. Creek on the eastern slope, and emerge  at   Huss   I'eak,  just   below   lilac
ier.  The only remaining grade which
exceeds    une      per  cent,   is    climbing
Notch   Ilill   west of   Itevelstoke,     this
will  probably  lie avoided  by      means
I
ol a slight detour which will bring
the line down to the luke level uud
skirting the water. Thc completion
ul these proposals, will give the C.
I1.it. a magnificent doubts track „ys
I ini, never exceeding a one per cent,
grade throughout, Irom Calgary to
Vancouver, und   will  make   Itevel tnke
the most important railway division
ui point iu tbs Interior of iintisb
Columbia,
A good     bargain in a modern rmi-
• I ipl ■ grounds on   Third
street.—11. .V Coursier
Panama Canal Convention
The ltevelstuke delegates to tb
Panama Canal convention held In Col
gary on the ISth and 2'.tth June,
namely, Messrs. II. It. Atkins, W1M.
Luwrencc, A. tit-ant and .1.1). Sibbald
Jr., returned humc on Monduy, July
1st.
Owing tu the lack uf Information re
ilus convention, und the garbled rs
pulls  appearing   in   lhe  Culgury    und
Coast papers, it bus i u impossible
to 01.imn sooner, a collected account
ul the proceedings, ami the Mail Iler
' aid had to await the return of the
delegaies before  tbey  were in a posi
I tion to publish an adequate accounl
I of  lhc   work  performed   by  these   puti
I lie spirited gentlemen, on behalf   ol
' tins city.
Tiie delegation Irom  itevelstoke rea
; ched Oaigary Thursday night at 10 p-
: na. tin- hotels     wsre crowded,     but
rooms were secured aftei  sumu dtm-
jciltlei,
The lollowiug morning tbu del 1
I Uuu got iuto tuuib with tbv iccu-
tury  ol  the  Oaigary   Board   of  Trade,
who supplied llieni witli programs ol
ibe convention business us outlined
ior tiie preliminary meeting, mid otb
ei literature, ami hers ths delegation
registered their names lor press, ste.
purposes,
At it) a in. the sittings of tbo convention commenced with tlie nrst
meeting In tha Paget 1 lull, where accommodation had been provided for
ISO delegaies Irom tlie various pruir-
ic provinces mul B.O., ol whom some
lii., were iu attendance.
Secretary  Smith,  ul the   Red     Deer
Hoard of Trade, wus elected secretin y
I of the    convention,    nud Mr. HI. 11.
II Laps of Vancouver, was unanimously   voted   to  the  presidential  rhuii.
Tbe convention at once got    down
I to business, tbs    president   delivered
bis   opening   address,   outlining      tbe
I importance ol the subject tabled for
discussion, uud the Mayor of Calgary
.delivered  aa  address  of  welcome      on
bi'hall   of   ib.'  citizens  ol   the   Alberta
city.
Professoi Odium ol Vancouver, gave
uu  .1.I'ii e   ■  ou Hi 1I11.I1  Columbia,  her
'uutuiul resource,.-, aud wondrous tut-
Oil and Gasoline Stoves
Meat Safes
See our window of these goods, .lust what you
want for the hot weather.
For the next two weeks we will sell these Meat
Safes at the low price of $8.75. Absolutely vermin proof.   Every one a bargain.
Our stock of Oil Stoves is complete. Just what
you want for a quick meal.     Call and See Them.
BOURNE BROS,
Grocers
Harihvark
Plumbing
ts.
Groceries for Particular People
White Figs, per lb  10c
Evaporated Apples, 2 lb. for  35c
Coledyke Baking Powder, per 10 oz. tin  25c
Old Country Chickory, per packet  20c
New Fruits and Vegetables coming in.
John McIntyre ** Hon
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
SWIFTS
PREMIUM HAMS
AND BACON
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
OF MEN'S ANO BOYS' SUITS
NOW IN FULL SWING
These prices should i>ersuade 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 S 7 50
$ 6 Suits Now $ 4 25
$ 4 Suits Now $ 2 95
McRae Mercantile Co.
JL THE IHiVil 01 COOD CLOTHING j
nn1, iiii.i this *nn loUowed i,y     tbe |
various other speakers In tire   pro-'
Kritm order.
Alter lunch tlie proceedings m.'it IS
turned.   Mr, B.   m Atkins ol itevel ■
Kt'ikr, delivering a matterl)     ad
ou the "Columbia Rivei  Onto. Bouts
mul thr Panama Canal."
x ii.l subsequently submitted s reeolu
ium to iiif meeting, catling i"i
endorsement ol     the t'oiumbia Rivei
grain route, in onin  thai tbs seals*
.uue i.i ihe    Dominion
mighl   be   scured.
Thl    ■..,   refei red to tb   i ommlttes
i solutions,  who deeMed that all
routes "i "un' should have the m
doiBemcut ol tbe convention aud that
II thc present    Dominion government
surveys  proved the  route  to he  prac
ticahic us outlined  by tbs itwcutokc
delegation,   name  wiil   have the entire
support o( th" Prairie provinces    represented ,,t tbs Panama convention.
'lh.    balaOCS   ol   the   program      wiim
pui  through  as  outlined  in  the  telc-
,,, . '   reports to the press, and tbc
reul business of tbs convention eon
The following    morning,     a
permanent committee was struck oil.
Mi. J.H.  ll.in.ilt.ui us represent
si ..   "f   Revelstoke, aud the conven
tion ni*"i  meeting with the    British
Manufacturers, was adjourned.
WANTED—I/ivs agents Ior i|tiickaell •
ing novelty ol invaluable UBeiulne»»
Write P,0. Box 13, Vernon, B.C, siA'lTHliAY,   Jl'lA   nn.   I.U.
THE M^IXi-HEH^^rjiJ," TiJBZVJUL^TO IK'S
SATURDAY,   JULY  Oth,   1912.
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A SNAP!
House for sale on Connaught Avenue
North of Fourth Street
$1,500
$500 Down: Balance $30 per  month.
Modern Plumbing and Bathroom
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
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Zbc fl&aU-lbevalb
I      LIS HED   W BDSE8DA1   AND
SATURDAY   AT
REVCLSTOKK.  B.   C.
jntecloc puDUsblttfl Company,
Limited
J. K. JOHNSON", Manager.
RALPH  Q.   BCRUTON,   Kditor.
<VNiqN ;j^l'LAy|"t>
BATURDAY,   JULY   6th,   1912.
But il nny curious partios (eel a
desire to handle some ol thu real
sl ul! i hey imi secure specimens ut the
Imperial Bunk, so for however tbo
lioiniii.iiii governmenl have not un-
nounced their Intention ol giving tbe
coins nwny wltb .1 view in popularls
ini; their use, an,I t.he best the Hank
"ill do is to exchange gold lor notes
"ii   il suul   basis i,i equality.   Tbe
only people apparently who really ap
predate the difference, are the poor
printers, who manufacture millions ln
notes, at the usual job printing scale
approximately about fifty dollars for
ten millions worth. That Is perhaps
the reason why printers like to get
their wages In cash every week and
thi firsl person tn Kevelstoke outside
the hanks, who was Caught with a
piece of the new coinage In his bands
was the Devil ol the Mail-Herald office
MOUNTED PUIICI
IN NEW MANITOBA
Agreement Readied between the
Two liovernments
Ottawa, July 3—An Important
in..v. toward policing New Manitoba
lias lieen made hy the Dominion and
Manitoba governments. It. is st.ii.-d
tbut the mounted police will continue   to  do   duly   in   the   territory   added
i" Manitoba that lately was a part
ol  the Northwest  Territories.
Heinle the bill extending tbe houn
d.uy of Manitoba up to Hudson Bay
the territory was patrolled hy tbe
troopers of the plain-.
Thc Manitoba governmenl asked
the government whether it would not
i.e  willing  t.. allow   the  mounted  po-
The news published  in our columns
.  tbis issue, regarding tbe announc
n   uf  the  I'uii.nl.an      I'acilic
■. a)   '    in]' in; i  i" erect  u  pal.it
■    hotel   ill    Itevelstoke,    Is   a
tlmel)     recognition ol the     positlou
■  • . ned to occup), as u
:  railway  centre, and    the
mportant   transportation  divis
•  .:. the Intel ior ol tbu l'u
citic province,   it Is also a tribute i"
work .lone by  tbe  Itevel
Board ol   I'ra le, uud the    I'ro-
gress Club,  through  whose recent   el
lorta  tb        ver)    satisfactory  result
baa I ten achieved.
'ihe  building l:  this  hotel  In  Uev
elstoke,    nvol\ lug   the  advertising  oi
t:.t scenic attractions of our city and
district, and ensuring ibe active sup
port ■ the varied agenci is at t:ic
command .it.-si  transporta
tion   sjst.'lll   Ul   the   World,   Is   of   .tsell
a:, event ol th< greatest Importance
iu tbs histor; ol Kevelstoke; hut the
■ sequences wliicb
auch a step would seem to involve,
will in i opii ii ■' i'i"*, i veu more
prod'.i' tivi   ol   pel in.ue ui   ueuefii      to
m    •  -  pusl   it   has  been lice to continue iheii duties until such
rumored ti...:   th    I   r I.y.  Instead "i time as the  province  could   organize
inld rnativc  route through some extension .■( it- present provin
the ii. de on    tbe cial poi.mi- force.   To thi,  the Uomln
step,  ol double Ion  government  acquiesced  upon  ter
it.on  sys iiis heing arranged      The result   will
[rom be that until  Manitoba
- aide to  lake over  the     work  ..(  pro
ted,  would give tbe U. tecting the uorth country, the ■
..   capacity thru' ed police will do tbe work    and    tbe
, ial   to  tbat  ol foul charge will  be put again t Ms
perating      \* a result ol the new arrant
:...    . sl mounted   poi i e   posts   ba i
she.!      ,,t     Yorl TV
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Ig tuu al ke   hj   M
be  policed  by tl
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Revelstoke Iiiiii.School |.,i   ilu- month
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llll'il mliool,  Div. I. 7       I     8048
I»iv. II.     I.i     0   06Al
20   10   00112
TOTAL DEATH LIST
OF REGINA STORM
NOW SIXTY-EIGHT
lollies ot Ihroe Unidentified
Children loond in Debris
Regina, Sask,, duly 3— Three unidentified     bodice     ol    children     were
found lasi night in the ruins ol the
buildings destroyed by Bundayli tornado, making the total death lint
now CU. Tho i diet fund hus reached
$250,000,
Today  plans are  being layi'd  for thfl
rebuilding ol the devastated capital
ol the province, it is mud tbut anew
Uruppei block would bo erected as
soon as the old site could be cleared
a construction compun) mauuger said
ihai lie did uoi believe the lecenl
calamity would have any malen.il
elleel    upon   the   building   going   oil   111
Itoginu ilus summer, lu tins lie regard ho agreed with others wbo believed that iho buildings lor which
permits have already lieen issued,
would lie ereeled Ihis summer, nl -
though it is possible that, with tho
additional work winch ibe necessary
repairing and rebuilding will entail,
the construction ol these new build-
lugs will  be delayed.
BUILDINGS   REPAIRABLE
Buildings Inspected and declared
in a   lit   condition   for  repairs   are:
Knox  Presbyterian church.
\ .M.C.A. building.
Donahue hlock.
y.w.c.a. building.
Baptist  church.
Victoria school.
Library building,
Land Titles building.
The Masonic Temple.
i'he Masse) Harris building.
The Ackerman block.
It is the opinion of Mr. Kails that
q considerable portlan of the Masonic
Temple  will  have   to   he   torn away.
TRUE  CANADIAN   SPIRIT
The true spirit ,.f Canadians in gen
eral is being shown m connection
with the calamity and tho subscription list opened b) the city is growing at a tremendous rate. Even the
smaller towns throughout the pro -
vinee are doing their best towards
assist in.- the sti liken city. The lund
has grown to (65,695.55, and is rap-
I Idly assuming larger proportions. Tbe
town of Roulea is mi' ol those who
came  forward   with  assistance,      the
• ns ol thai plno and district
having  sui
large contributors are  the  Saskatche
wan  govei nmenl.  tbe  Manil
• i uni' nt.   the  C P It..   C.N.R ,  thl
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LATE ARRIVALS j
THAT MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY $
We have just received some lines that were
ordered early, but have been shipped late. We
must gel them out of the way. They are seasonable goods, and when you see the prices you
will wanl them.
Colored Wash Dresses
These are one ol tiie prettiest lines tbat we have ever
shown, We Iiave them in si/.es from 34 to -1-'. They come
in Prints, Cliumbrays and Ginghams, well made anil
prettily ttiuiined, nnd something particularly nice in
I'.alnteas lor Misses uiul small women.
Prices from $1.50 up
Collar and Cuff Sets
fhese have been scarce anil hard i<> get. We were lucky
enough to picl up u nice lol «i' u.uuufactureru samples al a
big discount, Uver>one suyB they are the prettiest und
cheapest the) have seen,   Come in unci see Lheui.
Women's Shoes
Kvci vone knows tlie quality ol shoes we sell. There is no
belter shoe iniiile than the Kinpress, We are BellingW mi
and $4,511 shoes [or	
$2.65
Classic Shoes for Children
We have these iii all sl/es from inalnts la large kii's- "
there is a better shoe made for children we have not
heard of it.   We hnve made a sweeping reduction on nil
of these, nml you vvill sum- money b) buying a supply al
this sale.
* McLennan SrCo.
.Hi>
WOOD for SALE
400 Cords of" First-Class Hemlock and Cedar for
Summer   Delivery,   16-inch,   18-inch  and  4-foot
Order by Telephone No. b2.
Tonka Farm
W. C. OALDER
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
We are in the manufacturing business of
Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Turnings, Show
Cases, Office and Bar Fixtures, Screen
Doors and Windows made to order and all
kinds of repair work done in good order.
We have a full line of building supplies, lime
cement, plaster. Hard Wall Finish, bricks,
Sewer Pipe, Plaster Plaster Board, Roofing
cTWetal, Lath and all kinds of Glass, Oils,
Paints, Varnish, all colors and tints.
Much pleasure in quoting anything in the
Building Line.
REVELSTOKE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
P. O. Box 295,  Revelstoke, B. C.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIK EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.I1., D.C.I.., I'rcHldent
ALEXANDER LAIRD
Genernl Mnmiurr
JOHN AIRD
\nii-.iniii (tcnenil Mnnafirr
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS
Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of $1 and
upwards. Careful attention is given to every account Small accounts
are welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.
Accounts may be opened i.i the names of two or more persons,
withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. e,
REVEL&.TO**    ERAIt<~lh--F   Nl   GIBSON. NGR
HCjr5>iW
D.V RBXR.llNJKI.N_E MWCjOj-ro'R
J.SVjKifr^^R^rifn-Len^
At the Kmpress Theatre 3 nights, commencing July llth
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Holy       iiiiiiiii'.ii
morning at S n.m., ami alter morning prayer on the first Sunday In
-uh   Month.
Rev.  C.  A.  Procunier, rector. Mat
ins at   11   a.m.   ami   Bventong ttt 7:3<l
p.m , every Sunday, i.ituny on the
'I Sunday, and the Antc-Com -
iiiMiimii un tbe Tlunl Sunduy alter
Matins, Sunduy school every Sunduy nt 2 .in p.m. Choir practice ou
Fridays ;,t. | p.m.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
■. -i ol  Hi Ki'n/U' avenue
■ • • i    Rev, lv .1. Obave,
Sunday esrvioes     at
1  p ,„    Bnnday school
•   ii l.u- elassss nt I in p.m ,
• p in , viniiiK Paople'i
da] al I p in . church
tenting    I   "i dial Invitation
■ i   i     iii  wirleea   Strangers
I a Omi
Our Doctors Anti-Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filliiiK a Imp felt want and its waterproof qualities aie standing the test.
We carry a full line of lhe famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
Boot and Shoe Repairers,
Saddlers
Harness Makers
Pretty Patterns
AND ALL  NEW
The WhII Papers we wanl yon to see
ara strictly iliis ncH&pn'a productions
They are unquestionably superior in
beAuty of design and artistic coloring
lo anj we have ever shown, or thai
von can sec clsow here.
It should not be difficult to induce
yon 10 examine ihem. Will yon do no
soon .J
HOWSON & CO.
JUST   OPENED
)KE OYSTER AND
A New Short Order Restaurant and Eating House
I
REVELSTOKE OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE j
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*,        Only   White   Cooks   Employed
M Have had 15 years experience as a caterer 3
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Regular $5.25 Mcol Ticket for live Dollars.
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British Columbia
Univer.sity
Act
*i J. Pappos and J. Chitsas,     ■    Proprietors L
a<t Macitenzie Avenuo, Hevelstoke, B, C ,?
WANTED
FOR riAI.K ll,,un nn.l Lot Oil Con-
nnimht Avonue, mio hull block (rom
KumI      Sliv.-t.    l'rirc,    |1600,    ciiHy
terns.
Doublt hoUM lu rent nn Kirnt St.,
Unity dollara nei month. Apply
itcvciBtiikc General Agencies, LM,
thai v. .|
'i.   [oth  July,   1912,  la   thr
'i'.u ..( Members
nt the in i  I.. I thi   in '
h  '   : hi . i  Univri eit).     i Hec   11
i   I, ip        :l      It    '      I'lll i
M c:\ \MiKK   ROBINSON,
rintehdenl ol ffld
\ ' toria, ii i     Ird Jul)   l IU
Avenue, vucHnt June 15th. Awl)
The Hcvelntokc rlencriil AgeQeleSi,
I.mu tod.
Ktilt   BA1<D—BookCMS WMtlng tlenk.
Apply      Mum      McKenzie,   ut   Mr».
Solder's, Third street.
ITftRIi; •    Boyi and Olrli,   -,.|i u ar-
tides    nt i"1   i-n'ii and receive   ■
really useful fountain pen tree. —
Write I1'v.Hi Sn|i|,i-   rn.. i)r|pt. six,
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TO LBT—Modem bouse ou McK«nr.lo
POR SALB—Several loads   il   light
kinilliii)!   whu,I. Apply   to   IUvkI-
stnke Himb unci Door Kuc'.ury.
k<iii    SALE)  A   modern teB-roomed
house,     situated  on Third street,
ltevelstuke, in best rcnldciiti.il district. Inspection invited. Apply
to Mr. W. Bnidtr, Third »» net,
Itevelstoke, U. C. SATU1U1AY,   JULY   9th,   1912.
^BZErnycj^xri-iaiER^.Lr), revelstoke
SATCIiDAY,   JULY  Mh,   1912.
TDAY
CONTEST
Vote fop Youp Favopite
Mail-Herald's $1,1100 Contest Ends To-Night at 9 p. m.
—VI—
Candidates and their friends should
leave nothing undone TO-DAY in
the way of Vote-Getting. There are
several close contenders for the Capital Prize and the finish promises to
be one of the most exciting in the
history of circulation Contests. Get
every subscription you can TO-DAY.
One subscription may mean the difference between success and failure.
This is the Most Important Day of the
Campaign. It will pay you to do something
between now and the close.
ana
\ SATI'RIUY,   ,11'l.Y   ith.    1912,
THE nvn^IL-HER^OLU,  KEVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   JULY  Oth,   1912.
MALAKWA NOTES
Parties desiring Information regarding tbo Valley ol tbo Garden ol
Bden, can obtain Bame Irco ot charge
by writing to .Mr. J. ll. Johnson,
Malakwu,   U.   0.
af
The Valley of
iw—i mi ipaiiisis mwi iimiMh
The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE, B. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,   and   Extending   between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class LancMo.ooo Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
f harartor nf  ^nil   Bench   Lands,   Clay    Loam   and  Vegetable
Ulldl dWtfl   Ul   OUII   Mould, while on  Lower  Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Nn  li ri.ntmn   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
I1U IlliydUUII   irrigated, and many creeks supply water for Domestic purposes.
This Land is specially adapted for Large and Small Fruits, as well as
Hay and Vegetables.
Moderate Clinidte    Freezing is   Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
i
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot oF B. C, Watch This Page
oF the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
Come to
WCSUV
. . It Miflht Be Cold. .
IB TTT
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
atism and other chronic complaints is unci:1.
ai d verified by our gratified patrons.   Located among the
greatest scenerj nf Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted   and  finished   for  comfort  ami
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm.BOYD, Proprietor.
Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   v ith   the choicest the
marke.t affords.      n st Wines. Liquors and
i'ie-'rs     Rates $1  i day.    Monthly rate.
T.    A T|BES.RT     STO!Sr:EI      P.BOP.
Union   Hotel
. JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
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FIRST STREET, UEVELSTOKE, IJ. < .
A   .
Laughton • =>. Tapping. Props. First Street. Revelstoke. B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Ticket
MONTHLY BOARD
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Kn argp'l   and It. roved.    I •     respect.    Ail ii.nilern convenience!
RaUi $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
Durbar in Kinemacolor
Thui tin- old proverb about Mahomet and lho Mountain has been
rsed iii tin' case ol tho millions
ol people .n Ihta country and thn recent  greal  pageant  ••; the Durbar in
India,  when  King Qeorge and iji n
Marj ... Bingland were proclaimed Km
peror and Empress, amid scene- ol
surpassing Oriental splendor,
Tiiiniks to tli,1 remarkable Invention
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
OPEN  NIGHT AND DAY'"""       ■	
White Help Only Employed
«rd by the Day or Vv'
Nn   • rt 0
BATCHELOR
/
^^m
H. J. MiSOHtr. Propnttor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, cn Suite
and with Bath
Rosedene Nurseries
House Plants. Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, R<-se    Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
Design* im
UNION HOTLL
ARK'
Niintltl Attention given  lo commerrla
men   mi'l  u>oi ir.i clast, sample
rooms. Finest scenery In British Colum
bia, overlooking I pper Arrow lnke
J.P.SUTHERLAND
the Durbar In  Kinemacolor, to     the
amazement ot iii«' theatrical world.
it -.su wonderful thing to lie able
to sti'p trom ll»' rush und whirl ,,t
American IKo and lie transported, .is
M by the touch ■■: AUadln'a lamp, to
tin' marveiously ililtercnl environment
nl linl,.i during thc Durbar.
In ii pei i'ii i ."I ,it color, as could
be i'mii nowhere else but "on India's
Coral strand," tho Kinemacolor invention presents a succession ot gorgeous pageants, scene lollowing scene
in endless variety. The ceremonial
splendor, ollidaJ formalities, native
life, military pomp, Eastern spurts,
th,' preparing of tin' Royal elephants
im parades, all are shown with stai
timi; realism oi actual life motion
ami color, ending In the thrilling review ol tltiy thousand soldiers pass
Ing before the King; cavalry ami m-
tantry, artillery and mountain imt-
teties. Even tbe veterans ol the in-
dian Mutiny of lsr>7 are shown being
saluted by tlie King,
Tho Durbar m Kinemacolor, bus
been secured :ih the attraction at
Revelstoke In the Bmptress theatre,
for three nights commencing Thurs
day evening, July il, with matinees
.,ti Friday and Baturday. BSvening
on Friday and Baturday. Evening
prices will be B6c. to a and matinee
pi. as j..,. and SOc,
Tbe program ol tbe Kinemacoloi
Durbar pictures will Include: Tbe
iiuii visit in Bombay; Preparing (oi
ibe i ,.i onation; Tbeie m.ij, it \ '■ si
the stale Entry Into Delhi;
tbe Pageants; tbe Oi and
Coronation Durbar at Delhi; The
i .nap ,,i tbe King and in,han prln *
cess;   The   Stiue   Harden   I'.iiti,     The
iii . Races; The Polo Tournament;
n Calcutta; The Blephant
Stockade; Preparing tbe Royal BU
i '. ' ih. Review ,,; Fifty TIioub •
and British Troops ti) thi King nt
Delhi.
1  "IIAIoIIN.MNf.MAI lil.dll
lir-^.,t„mt,f     BnOpsl     W.an„|
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W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone42 -   Night Miotic 85 ,ir jnJ ,bai, «... of pr.«i to ice
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
*W'^3S
HOUSE FLIES
arc batched in manure ami revel in
iiltb. Scientists have discovered
that tliev are largely responsible for
the spread of Tuberculosis, Typhoid,
Diphtheria, Dysentery, Infantile
Diseases of the Bowels, etc.
Kverv packet of
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
will kill more flies than a(K) sheets
of sticky paper.
Ilie Baby Question
■ onvenience ,,i having a baby
band      em   to increase with
. mi nt  ol oui  in ii,/.nth.n.
II  travelling  ih necessarj   yon    are
i   It     Mo ii  beatable     hotel
* III   ' mi i.li i   i, bah)   ninl, i   any     nt
■   ii   lanci       Moreovi i    there le     no
■     '.hi       leave
>•  while you i". away     umi
■ 'll      Then   an   no   con
Uni ui   march.
not i "UK; lered by railroad
'  ini' tn '.-. then  being no   pedal pro-
viiioBe     Us.    Ioi   - ra in     Outgsgc
cars. Anyone who him taken ii Jour-
ney with a babj ina parlor car wtll
realise tbe disgrace and ignominy at
tacbod to tlmt reprehensible occupa-
non.
The travelling public looks     with
disgust upon   ti.e   weakling who   is
. banging around, always want
Ing something t" sat, and never eat-
Isfled  with   what  ls  lieing  done     for
hnn.
The "Sugar
Bowl'
Ire
cream
pnr-
InlH
are
now
com
lets.
Tbe
best
ami
most
up t
■ date
Ho,la
lolllitl
in iu
the
city.
A   visit  wi
11   HlllpriHe   you.
Bold Mr.1,.1.1 ..nilon.inil
tI'itll.l.i, lUl.ll I'.K.tlH:   it,
i- IC..U,
A whiff   ol u Indian Car-
den'» frsgnuici comet to thr
•al'lrs ol   thc   Wc.tern  World
wiih
Ridgways
Tea
Its strength nuke, it go fur-
il" i tli.ui any other tea.
ia:^iii,i ai, ngtt Phga
All Hlon-Clan Grocer*
Older Trial I'atkago
TO-DAY I SATURDAY,   JULY  6th,   1912.
THE   M^I^ZEIEl^JLLID,  REVELSTOKE
RATCITDAV,   JULY   Cth,   1912.
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Royal Engageir.e: t
Berlin, July 3—A local paper today
Rays that thc coming ut lhc Kaiser
nml the Guar will result in announcing the engagement of Prtnco Adel -
lii'i't. the. Kaiser's third son, and the
Grand Duchess Olga, eldest daughter
of tho Czar. Trice Adalbert in 27 and
tho Grand Duchess iH 10.
On to Europe
J. Ii. Watson, ol thfl ,1. II. Wntson
Realty company, left Ior Montreal
where lie will join Mrs. Wai Bon and
Ball on tho lDmpress ol Britain on
July 12 for Europe. D. Euglcsou will
havo charge ol Mr. Watson's auditing
lniBinosB during his absence anil lho
real eBtato department will bo looked
alter by A.H. Holdsworth, sales man
agor.
Will right Again
East l.esvcgiiH, N.M., July 2— On
ovo ut the big battle with Jim Flynn
Ior the heavyweight championship ol
tho world. Jack Johnson tonight,
signed a contract through T.S. Andrews, lor Hugh 1). Mcintosh, ol Australia, tu lighl Sum Langford, uud
also Sam McVeu, to a mush, In Sidney. Johnsou is to get $46,000 lor
both battles and they arc lo take
place inside ol six mouths.
Johnson will leave tor Australia In
September, via Vancouver, Jack
wanted to wuit until alter today's
bultlo here, but finally said he wus
an sure uf beating Flyuu tbut it mat
bered uot aud ho signed.
Kaiser and Czar Will Meet
Baltic Tort, Russia, July 1— The
German Emperor, accompanied by the
Imperial chancellor, Ur. von Beth
monn-Hollweg, ami his third sou,
Prince Adalbert, arrived here todaj
ou bourd ihe imperial tacht Hubeu -
soilern and escorted by the cruiser
Koltke, to uieot tbe Emperor oi Kus
sig, who, with the members ui ins
family aud Premier KokovsotI aud
Foreign Minister Basonotf, whu wore
already, m  wuiling  here.
A division ut Russian torpedo bouts
the Russian udimrulty yacht Neva
with the German ambassador to Rus
sis aud thc attaches ul ihe German
embassy ui St. Petersburg, wcut uut
to meet the German Emperor, who,
upou Imb arrival, received the salutes
ol the assembled Russian warships,
aud was greeted with cheers by their
i icws, to winch the sailors of the
Moltke replied.
Trade Relations
Ottawu, July J—Hou. Geo. E. foster, Minister of Trades aud Commerce, who has beeu in England atteud-
mg the siti.ugs ol the Imperial Trade
i ommission, ,s returning iu Uanada
cn route to Australia. Mi. Foster
leaves bingland on tbe twelfth and
w.ii erne lo Ottawa, spending .-ome
<:.i>s here on .icpuitmeiu.il mutieis.
lie w.ll then leave fur the Pacific
coast and Austruhul Better trade relations between Canada and Australia have been the subject oi corrcs -
jiouJeucc between the governments ot
i.m' Dominion and the Commonwealth
since curly :u the year. Mr. Foster
wrote tu the Australian niiuistcr iu
January, opening the way (ur further
negotiation, and it is .-tated thut
the stage bus nuw l.eeu reached when
u general vis.t by the Cuuadiun minister is nkcly tu result In a closer
trade bond between the«e two nicni-
beie ol the luii>orial family.
"My GURNEY
OXFORD
jumped right in
and helped with
my housekeeping "
Dear Edith,
In a general way I have wished you all the
good things I know of, so now I am going to descend
to the practical and give you some sound advice
from the store I have accumulated since 1 started
housekeeping.
Housekeeping naturally suggests the kitchen
first—its equipment and management, or in other
words, THE RANGE
My range, as you know, is a Gurney-Oxford. I
never enjoyed much of a reputation as a cook in my
younger days, so when I thought of being responsible
for three meals a day my heart sank. I imagined
myself battling all day with a sulky range, trying
to coax it into a good humour, and covered with
mortification because of late or spoiled meals. But
my dear, my Gurney-Oxford seemed to sympathize
with my inexperience.    From the day it came it
jumped right in f.r.d helped, lt has become my
good right hand, and I go my way confident that
my Gurney-Oxford will not disappoint me.
It has the cleverest arrangement for regulating
the drafts, well named the Gurney Economizer. One
small lever put up or down does everything. The
fire will stay in all day, hardly burning any coal at
all—then, presto! „ It is burning brightly, ready to
bake or roast. An arrangement of flues keeps the
oven always properly heated, so that the biscuits
or bread come out light and crisp and brown. Yes,
Edith, as Bob says, I have developed into " some
cook," and I often tell him he must give at least half
the credit to our Gurney-Oxford.
You will understand my enthusiasm better after
you have had your Gurney-Oxford a month or so.
Sincerely Yours,
MARY HOUSEWIFE.
Hevelstoke Jfardware Co.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
(10)
SALE   OF    MINERAL   CLAIM8.
In  the County Court o! West Kuoteuuy llolden at Revelatoke.
Flunk  McAuluy   vs.   Beatrice     Mines,
Ltd.,  (.Nun-persouul  Liability. 1
A. A. Uouiuii vs.     Beatrice     Mines,
Ltd., i.Non personal Liability.)
John Ouinluisoii  and others  vs.  Beatrice    iMiueo,  Ltd.,    i.Sou-pcisuuul
Liability.)
l'ursuuut to tho judgements in the
above actions beariug duto the Mtti
June liill, lho order lur sale therein
contained uud tho Directiuus given
herein ou the Hud iluy, 1 'J 12, tenders
will bu received by tho undersigned
lor tho purchase ot the tulluwiug
miuerul ciuims:
"Beatrice" .Mineral claim being Lot
No. 45i>li, Uroup l.
"Edmund" Miuerul clu.ui beiug Lut
No.  2034,  Group  1.
"Folsoni" Mineral claim being Lot
No. 4087, Uroup 1.
All situuto near Camborne in tho
Lurdouu Mining Division ul Wool
Kooteuuy District, D. O.
Considerable development work hus
been done on  tho Beatrice eluim.
Tenders are tu bo mude in writing
and scaled und marked "Tender fur
lloutrieo Mines property" uud addressed to the undersigned ut Kevelstoke, 11. C, uu ur before the lsth
day of Juue, 1918,
The highest or auy tender uut necessarily accepted. Further purticu -
lars of tho property will be furnished
un application to Vi. 1. llriggs,
l'luiiitills  Solicitor,   Kevelstoke,   B.O,
Datod this Sth day of May. 1S12.
w. e. Mclaughlin.
Deputy Registrur  County  Court,
ltuYAL  NAVAL  COLLHOH  OF
CANADA,  HALIFAX, N.S.
The ucit examination lur the entry
uf Naval Cadets will be held at lho
examination centre ol tbe Civil Ser-
v.co Commission in November 1912;
parents ur guardians uf intending
candidates should upply to the Secretary, Civil Service Uommi ts'v.P..
Ottawa, lur entry pupcrs before lit
October next.
Cundidutee must be betwsen the
uges ut 14 und IC on 1st October,1913
Cudets uro trained for appointment
us oilicers iu tho Naval Service, tho
course at the College being twu years
followed by one year in a Training
Cruiser, after which Cadets are lat-
ed  Midshipmen.
Further details can  be obtained on
application  to undersigned,
ti.   J.  DKSBAKATS,
Deputy  Minister,  Department
ul the  Naval  Service.
Department oi the Nuvul Service,
Ottuwu,  May Uh,  1912.
Mining Uhil.it
Tb.s year's mining exhibit ut tbc
Vancouver Exhibition, wbich is being
held Irom August 10 to 17th will lio
almost double tbat ol I'll, according to the wuy entries are uow coming, l'ii'in.tietii mining imn Hum all
parts ol tbc province huve signified
their inti ut,un nt placing on display
some ot tbe most valuable sampler
ul ore ever shown un either side ot
ihe Internal.unal boundary line. The
I'li'inifiis it is stated will include
some ot the richest Irum toil purt
ul the world. There will also be one
nt tbe largest pieces ol coal over
milled In uuo piece shown. This was
tukeu from tbc mines ol the Nicula
\ ale Coal & Coke Company ut Merritt, 13. Ct A whole cur will be need
ed to transport this huge chunk uf
mineral, which would keep a tuuiily
iu fuel fur many mouths. Thc MacDonald Marpole Coal Company hus
also signified its intentiou ol having
an exhibit.
Somo of tho most valuable imn
and cupper ore- from, the Kuutenay
as  well  an silver samples  .'nun     tbo
northern interior oi British Colum
ma will also he shown. New nam
pies ol ore from  mine oporatois. prof
pectom ami others an solicited by
the Kshiiiition management, Then
will be transported tret and returned
to the owner, oi  retnini i lor lul ure
exhibit      as  'ion. ;     \iiinllway
mul boat companies hnve grantod
tree transportation un suitable sam
pics, sii iimi there should i"' no n-
ruse in imt exhibiting mi ihe plea ol
heavy ixpensi .1 um ship bj freight
. iiiiihih-iI in tin' general manager, h
Bi Kolstuu.
lu couiou,ucueo ul tbe (Mt luut Ute
display ol mineral will be very valuable, great earn is taken by the Exhibition authorities to prevent loss.
The display will bo watched day uud
night and sates will be supplied for
the more valuable of the small Rain
pies.
Mining men should take note "1 the
advertising value ol an exhibit. Bach
sample will be marked, giving the
camp fr.mi which It came, thc value
pei ton, and thc mine from which
it wus taken. It ia safe to say that
muiiy notes tor future reference will
be taken Iiy visitors, as prospective
investors and tor mining men all over the world.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet me at tbe Savoy.
Big reductions iu baby carnages at
Howson's.
Meat chests ul llowsous, lor $3.00
und $5.IX).
Kor rcully choice Chocolates, drop
in ut tbo Sugar Bowl.
l'ure Maple Syrup, Lime Juice,
Washington    strawberries ut Bourne
Hi us.,  First street.
A trcsh supply of Muurcs' noted
chuculuies hus just arrived at tbe
Savoy.—Try them.
Victor HoruleBS M,nlni.es t trom
»J0 upwurds. Edioou l'buuographi,
Irom $19.50 upwards.—Kevelstoke
Music  Store,  McKenzie Aveuuo.
Low prices on Wicker furniture at
Howson's uoxt week. Mutch tbo shuw
window.
Uon't torget, peaches uud creum at
the  Savoy.
See our window ul Meat snaps aud
oil stoves,   llut weather specialties,
Bourne  Bros.
The   "Sugar  Bowl"   lee  cream      ls
unsurpassed.
Sec tho Kevelstoke Hardware Cu.'a
advertisement for bargains Iu screen
doors uud  windows.
Try one ol 1'iohyu's special dishes
ot ice cream culled the "Carpathian"
Smile.
Only a lew hammocks lelt at llow-
•On'S, W. ullet tliese ut greatly r.'
Iinil   prices.
oi . 10 Miss Johnson, pupil "( a
Miller, Fit a.m . London, is prepared t.i take a limited number ol pup
ds   fur   tuition   in   music,    For   terms
apply ttt the residence of J. K.
JolUUon, tirst limine wsst of thc hospital,  first street.
Cement oiucvvaiks
Notice is hereuy gi-.n tual lue
: Municipal ' ouncil ui un \o\ttgut* -
i...a oi tne i.iy ui ne.f.stu,.,, in
Unas io undertake tne construction
.a i on rete Diuewolas, i ur»s auu
crossing! on un.l along
i.—lbe ooutu aide oi First  Street
irom  tue    Last  boundary  oi
Avenue to the west  boundary ot uuu
sun Avenue,  togetner »im uli neces
9,ii>   crossings,
..—Aioug tUe North Side ol Fusl
street Hum tiie cast boundary ui
niton Avenue lu thc Vtcsi bounder)
oi .McArthur Avenue, togetbei wiiu
ail neces ai)  11 ossings.
.(.—Aluiig thc NortO Sid.- ol Second aire, i Irom the Last boundarj
... 'i:i.'ii Avenue tu tbe meet boundary uf Railway Avenue, together Willi
aii necessary crossings,
4.—Along tbe Nurth Side u! First
Btreet Irom the East boundary o.
Boyle Avenue to the Last boundarj
ol rtynu Street together with all tbe
necessury crossings.
j.—Aloug the »r t Bide ot orton
Avenue ti uiu the Suuth bouudury ul
F.rst  Btreel tn the North boundarj
ot   the  lune,     with  I  crossing  uu  the
said lune.
I.—Along Victoria Road Irom tbe
West boundary "i licKensle Aveuuo
to the Last  Boundary oi Connaught
Avenue,  togetbei      with uli  necessury
crossings.
7.—Along lbe Kast Bide "I Con-
uuugnt Avenue Irom the .South boundary ol Victoria Road to tin- bound
ary   ot  Second   Btreet,   together  with
ail ncosseai    crossings.
x,—Along the Bouth Side of Seventh street liom the Bast boundary of
McKenzie Avenue to the West bonn
dory ol Vernon avenue, togetbei with
uil   necessary cros-ings.
9.—Along the Soutn Side ol Second
street Irom the     Lost    boundary of
Mckenzie   Avenue   to   the   West   bouudury  ol    i kvenUC,   together
with ail I.-    - .ii > . roarings.
1"    Uons tbe  East  Side ol     Ue
V i thm    Ivi the  Ni.ith   I.i inn
dot >  ol Bei ond Btreet to the Boutb
dot.   ■;  k i-i   Btreet,    togetbei
with  all   ii.'..
\   rinding   t.i      . if-   and   es
itSS  prepare!   ti)   the  lity  Kngin
eer uppointed l"r the purpose, snd to
esses*     tbr  cxpeuse or coit  ilirreel
-
DURBAR IN KINEMACOL'OR
Irimn of  ths Indisn.Empire
AT THE EMPRESS NEXT WEEK
upon the land 01 real property abutting   on  tbe  parts   ol  such streets an
above mentioned, and  in be  benefit
fed     thereby, and   that u statement
■bowing tbe land "i     real   property
liable to pay tbe assessment therefor
und the names ol the owners bheTSOl
as lar  us   they   can   be   obtained,     lo-
getber wub tbe ■pecificattona and es
t,mutes oi the Oity Bnglneei and the
proposed assessment  and report there
on oi  the City Clerk,  arc  now on   file
in  the  iillitr  ul  the  City  Clerk,    und
open for     Inspection   i,\  all pcrsoni
during ollice bourn.
The estimated cost ol the work   ih
111,498.la ut  which   It IS intended thai
the City at huge Hhnii bear the whole
of  the  cost  ol      the      Worlt  on  street
grossing) nn.l    necessary    retaining
walls,   and   nne third   ut   the  COlt     "I
i rete I lewalk, the property
... j,. i |aeai nr two thirds ol the cost
jt the said   Idi walk, the total istlm
ited amount to !»• I ie by the pro
><it>-  owners  being Ji;,si3ii; and  by
be eity at  large 96.M4.97.
Any  objection t.'  thl proposed  undertaking au.l    asscHsment therefore
shall be made by petition to the city
Council   Within   fifteen   days  (rom    the
date hereof,  The person! entitled to
petition,      being   the  owners  ol      the
land  affected  thereby.
BRUCH A. LAWSON,
Oity  Clerk.
New lime Table
On   June  2nd,  a  new  O.P.R.    time
tabic came  into  eOeOt   Inr  the  sum -
mer, changing tbe hours of arrival
and departure ol lbe trains, which
are us follows:
No.
3  ..
I  ..
U ..
WEST BOUND,
Arrive
  5:55  	
 15:35   	
 10:40  	
Leave
. . 6.16
16:68
,.l7o.k
KAST BOUND
No  Arrive  ...Leavi
i    24:45    24:55
H    7:20    7:40
2   11:55   12:15
SOUTH TRAIN
Arrivce 11:84, leaves 7:40 a.m.
Rovel6toko,  B.
First issue May  S,  4wceke.
0,
NOTICE
Tho time for receiving tenders herein hus been extended to August 1st,
1912.
ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE OF
CANADA, HALIFAX, N.S.
The next oxuuiiuuuuii for tno entij
of Nuvul Cudets will be beld at the
cxumiuuliua ■'.-ui i.m ot the Civil Set
vice Commission iu November 1912,
parents or guardians ot intending
euudidutes shuiild apply to the becri
tury, Civil Service Commission, Ot
tuwa, tor entry papers beturo 1st
October next.
Candidates must be between the
ages of 14 and lii ou 1st JANUARY
l'JIU.
Cudets are trained tur appoiuimeni
us Oilicers in the Naval Service, the
course at the coue^o being twu yeurs
followed by one yeur iu a 'i'rain.ng
Cruiser, alter winch ladcts arc rat
ed Midshipmen.
FurlUor deluils can Le obtained Ou
application  to undersigned.
O.  J. DhiSBARATS,
Deputy .Minister ot tue Naval service
iiepui iiiieiit ol the Naval bciuee,
Ottawa, Muy  tth,  1312.
lirsl issue Jane 22
NOTICK.
I'UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given
thut lue Cuuuuiuu fuc.hc Ku.lwuy
company did deposit 1:1 tue Lund
Registry Ollice iu t.ie Oity ot Kamloops oil tbe sth duy ol .\o\emisir,
l'Jll,  uuder No.  'J'JJ l'luu, Protile uuu
book ot Reference of propose,! spui
to be constructed  by the  suid com-
puuy fi nm its    in.i.n line   ut     Mile
Bourd   4J.5  uear   tue town  at   a.ca
moils,  thence running Northerly and
North-westerly   across  the   South-east
North-east uud North west quarters,
Section 1, Township 22, I: iii.-ii ;,
Wost ol the tth luilial Meridian,
thence Westerly across lots lojo and
3as, Croup 1, iv.onl..ops Division oi
Vale District near Sicumu.s in the
Provlnco ot British Columbiu, t.j tbe
pteuiisvs ot lbe Culumbiu River Lumber Company, uud that thirty da>*
after this notice or us soon there-
ufter us lbs applical n can be heard
tho Cauudinn Pacific Railway Cum-
pany  intends  lo  apply   lo tb'   li  at I
oi Umi wuy Commissioners (or Cana
du Ior authority to     construct      tbe
uloresuid  spin.
Dubed the  Llth duy  of  June,  1913,
ED.  W. BATBMAN,
Locui Kight nt Way
uud  Lease   Agent.
Canadian   Pacific   Railway Company,
\ ancouver,  B   C.
SYNOPSIS k0F COAL  MINING
KEGULATI0NS.
Coul miuiug rights uf tbe Dumluion
in Manitoba, SuvkulcUcwun uud Alberta, the Yukon Territory, tbe
North-west Territories uud iu a portion of thc Province of Druisn Columbia, muy be leused lor a term ol
twenty-one yeurs ut uu auuuul rental ul u uu acre. Nut more thuu
i.itii) acres will bo leased to oue applicant.
Applicut.ou tur lease must bo made
by tne apphcuut iu persuu to tbe
Ageut or Suu-Ageut ol tue district
u wbicn tbe rights applied for are
eituutod.
lu surveyed territory tbe land muot
be described by sections, or legal
sub-divisious ol sectious, und in uu-
surveyed territory tbe tract applied
tor shall be staked out by the ap -
plicunt  bimselt.
Euch upplicuut must be accompanied by a fee ot (5 which will be refunded it the rights applied tor are
not available, but nut utberwise. A
ruyulty shull be puid on tbe merchantable output ot the mine at the
rate ot five cents per ton.
The persun uperutiug tbe mine shall
furnish the Ageut with sworn returns
accounting for tbe lull quantity ot
merchantable coal mined aud pay the
royalty thereon, lt tbe coal mining
rights are not being operated, sucn
returns should be turn.shed at least
once a year.
TUe lease will include tbe coul niia-
iug rights only, but tbe lessen muy
ue permitted to purcUuse wnatever
available surface rights muy be cou-
sldered necessury tor tbe working ol
tne miue ut the rale ot (lv.VU aa
acre.
For full information application
should be mude to tbe Secretary ot
tne Department of the Interior, Ot-
luwu, or to the Ageul or Sun-Agent
ol Domin.on  Lands.
W.  W.  CORY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will not be paid
Ior.
NOTICE.
Hevelstoke Land District.
District  of  West Kooteuay.
Take uotice that Rawest Ahull
Mayer, ol Mineupolis, M.nnt.ita, oc
cuputiun Olerk, intend. L'i apply for
permission  to  purchuse  lbe  toi! iw.ug
described innde:
Oommenelng at a '.;ust plant l st
the Nuitii west Cornel ••', Lot -lie
tbence nortb K) ens is, thetce v.iet
40 chains, thence south II cbslne,
thencc east 40 chains to point ol
commencement and containing li'
ucres  more or less.
Dated June 10th,  l'J12.
E.AK.NKST ADOLF MAV
VKK,»
WATER  NOTICK.
For a License lu  tuke uud  .ise Vater
Noli.e  .•   hereby   giveu   that   J„m«s
A. Shields, of Revelstoke, B.C., will
upply lor a liceuse to tuke una use
Fifteen 116) Uinei » .uches of wuter
out ol Caribou Creek, wb.cn dows iU
a southeily dnect.on through 'i.tuber Limits 39373 uud 13036, and emp-
tiee into Downie Creek about two
miles Irom lbe Columbia liver. The
wuter Will be diverted ut a po.nt
about one uud u hull miles norih ot
Downie Oreek trail uud will be used
for domestic purposes on tbe luud
les ...ied .,„ Ctrtmcute ol purchuse
Ul  Itevelstoke Lund District.
This notice wus posted ou lbs
ground ou the 4th duy of Juue, l'JU
The application will be uu-d iu tne
oBee ui n.u wui. i Recorder, Ksv«l-
• ton-, li.i . Objections may bi uied
*.tb  the hu.d  Water   llecoider ur wltb
the ComptroUei ol Watei Right*,
Parliament iiu.id.ngr.,  Victoria, b.c.
JAMES   A    SHIKt.iiS, Applicant
By  AudluW   KiteoU,  Ageut,
NOTIOB,
Revelstoke Lund District.
District ol West Kooteuuy.
Take notice thut I Alice HuUmau,
ul lierrard, B.C., occupatiou Marr.e-i
Woman, .mends to apply lor permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing ut u post  planted    ou
the North Bhore ol Trout Lake about
4u chaius  west and  2b    chains north
Irom  the  North  West  Corner  ol  l."t
rifiS,   tbi no.,  cast  2U  chains,      tbence)
south    iti    chuius,   thenco    West    20
hams or    less   to     shore ot Trout
Lake,  20   cbains     more    or less    to
point of commencement,  and     con -
:uinmg ahout  40 acres more or li*.-.
Dated >tl. day of May 1912.
ALICE   MILLMAN,
Per Usee HUlmos, Aged, IATCRDAY,   JUL?  6th,   191!
tihiiej nytJLir.-ECE^.ajiu, bevelsto zkziu
SATUKDAV,   JULY   Oth,   1912
HYPNOTIZED
BY A BOA-
CONSTRICTOR
July  2—Mr.   Algol   Lango,
thoi ;    tl     Imo        .1 uiu;-
ry ot a bon
■      ■ .;..m   powers.
Mr.   I. ...•.      ■.   ''..'  ' 0 11   •     ol      liis
travel t the region ol ibe
.; ;•. |   wai Ull.l.'.on   Willi  Us
marvelh i is  veg I     i animal  life
■ m ■ ie snakes. I b  bad
.,      ,- them, ai   tb $
■ their movi ments and
:. ". ■    f.    The  rubber
td  told  bun
t  enormous I on constrii-t
:. .-. .      ■     ,   were, but he took
ilt.  Then
■.  he   leclan s   hi
m inder ble
• :       ne follows'
ei   workei    :
de
■
.'.   -  ; iddling  his
the      ream
•    .-     ■      rea but  beton
phi
Arriving at
of n   small
-.   Igarapi   rti   Inferno,     oi
-     if   Hell,  lie thought    thnt
rd     I ■• me jnme,
drinking,
to the
■ ' t to      a
i   V
retui        ■ inoc and
1   ■ •                  •■   . tream,
II .■ rom
the spot,  I       ■ ;   :. t
nly    the  distant
.  m    -.' . Tli ■  he was
■ ' -  -   nightly trip
A   STH Will-:   SOMETHING !
m thing el    '   He
ild not       .    t was ii sound, It  was
• thing, ihat  called him
back t nk thai he had left  but
.i  '■ i   m ■   ••       ■ • I.       He  fastened
'; ■     ime branch,
the |     ■       feeling
verj ......     .    l„]t
that I h irm  him
draw tbe
■ on!
Yet   -  :■■■tl  ng  there was;   For  the
seeo: left       rithout    «ing
■ the     mysterious
in I    tbis gloomy
moon-lit thi   dark, trencher-
,   -
In J""    ■  ream again
I .-' •    ": ....      uncanny
' .•  tbat   had  called
■.   ,i   stone's
had Ihe same
•     ' ■    thnt he had
■•'.i.  He went ag
ited   over
it undei stand
issn     that
tl    qui te
ver for two  weeks
■
ment bo
dissiputio
t bis nervi
in
■ - ■ .•      - ■■ fear
'
■ ■   ■
nd    in      his
-upei
-• •
■
[raid ol
.
•. ft
DURBARUN KINEMACOLOR
ta      U     ({      tto 1*^1 X    ti\
Arrival  ofilhe.KinB^'andlQucenint^Bombny:
At tho Empress Theatre 3 nights, commencing July 12th,   also 2 Matinees
piece of Iron, he was unable to move
I lelpleHS as a child, bo awaited his
fate.
RESCUED    BY    FRIENDS.
Luckily  three  workers  trom    bead
quarters happened  to  pass on    their
Way   to   theil    lioine-,   which   lay     not
far  from  tho  "Creek  ot   Hill"     and
when  tbe,   beard  Bobbing  (nun    the
bank   they   called   out.
The  hypnotised    eringuelro  manag
• : to stale tbat he had three times
been forced by Bome strange power
in the spot where he now was unable
to gel away, nnd tbnl be was deaa-
ly   frightened.
Thc rubber workers, with rifles
corki I, approached In their canoe,
fully prepare,I to meet a -aBliar, bul
When a lew yards from their rum -
Lii- they saw directly under the rout
where the man was sitting tbc bead
of a monstrous hoa-constrlctor, its
eyes fastened on Its prey. Though It
was only a few reel  from him he bad
I.'mii   unable   to  see  it.
i Ine  of  the  men   took  g 1  ami and
Bred, crushing the head ol the snake
and  breaking  the spell,  hut   tbe    Intel led  victim  was completely  played
out   and   had to   lie   down in   the   1)01
torn ot the canoe,  Bhtvering as with
igui
Tbe others  took  pains  to  measure
the  length   of   the  snake   before  leaving,    lt   was   79   paltna-.   nr  52   fl
: ■ bee  long.  In circumference it  una
sured 11 patrons, corresponding to   .1
- ■ tei  of 2«  inches, Its mouth the y
was .' pal mas or !•   Inches, but
how they mean  this to b ' imderstoo I
I do not  know.
Tins Mvi'in happened »hii I 1 « is
living at head • s.   I  had   1
talk  with   Perreira     hul  co il I     not
shake   his   stat. tn, nt   nor   tl
three uthers; nevertheb ss. 1
II sceptic .-,- to tl
• a   mesmeric po« ei at
Ml        1 , •■
It
Hi
three I 1
wit .-     the
.....
MUSIC—Miss Johi ■
Miller, F.R.A.M.,  Londoi
ed  to take a  limited  Dumbei
ils   for  tuition   In   music    V
apply  nt      the      residence ol  J.    K.
Johnson, tirst bouse  w.'st ot thp bos
; Ital,   Fust   street.
Dates for B. C. Fall Fairs
Dritish Columbia's fall lair dates,
now compiled, Bhow dates rmigiug
from August 10-17, the weok ui tho
Vancouver exhibition, to October 30-
31, wheu the Summerland exhibition
will bo held. Following la the list:
\i row  Lakes  October 4-5.
Alberni- September 13.
A rmstrong—October ic-17.
Burquitlam—September 2S.
Bella Coola—October 30.
Cowicban- -September 20-21.
1 oinux—October 3
Coquitiam   Septi mbi 1   20.
Chilliwack—September  19-21.
Central  Park—September  12-lJ.
Cranbrook—Septembi r  18-19.
Delta—September 20 21,
Cr.ind Forks—September 20-27
Greenwood   September 30.
Golden   September 24 -.".
Islands—September li.
Kent—September  12-13.
Kamloops—September  18-19-20.
Kelowna—September   26 27,
KobIo—October  15.
Langley—September 25.
Mission—September  24-26.
Maple  Ridge—September 25-26,
Matsqui- September 26-27.
Nanaimo   September   l7-is-19.
N.  and s. Saanlch   October 4-5.
Septembi r 26.
North   Vancouver   September  7.
New  Westmtnstei   Oetol er  1 5.
Nelson ■ Septembei   22 23 2'..
Now   Denver- 1 ictoi 1
Penticton   Septi mbi r 21,
■
Rlchmoi
shaw: tem er  18,
Salmon   li tn   September 2: 28.
Summerlan. 10-31,
r  24.
Trail—September   .
Vernon- Ocl .1.
\ .iiim.       aUgUSt    ll    17.
•'•
■    •:. 1   —
24-3!
-    .■   . ■
thirl
-
for the grant ofa license Ior the sale
j ol  liquor by  retail in and  upon    the
premises known  as the  St.   Leon  Holel, situated at. St.  Leon Hot Springs
1 U.C.,  upon   the  lands     described  ns
j Lot No. 1139.
Dated  this 27th day  ol  .lune,  1912.
M. GRADY,
Applicant.
WATER  NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that William
Dluir Robertson, ol Kevelstoke, B.O.
will   apply   for   a license to   take   nn.l
I use (15) fifteen  Miners inches ol  water
j out of Cariboo Creek, wliicb ilowd in
u southerly direction through T. D.
39873 and T. 11. 43021'., und empties
iuto Downie Creek, uboul two miles
from its mouth, Columbia River, lhe
water will be diverted at a poiut IJ
miles north ot Dowuie Creek, and
will be used Ior domestic purposes
on the laud described as Lot 10499,
Revelstoke Lund District.
This  notice     was    posted  on      tho
I ground ou tlie 1th duy of June, 1912.
The upplicntion will be filed in the
ollice  of the Wuter Recorder at  Rev-
! elstoke, D. C.
I Objections muy be Mid with the
suid Water Recorder or with the
Comptroller uf  Water Rights,     l'ar-
| liament Buildings,   Victoria,  B.C.
WILLIAM   11.   ROBERTSON.
Per Andrew  Kitson,  Agent.
NOTICE
ltevelstuke  Land District.
Uiainct  uf  West Kootenuy.
Notice is hereby given thut I,  AJe-
3,   blondiu,  of Halcyon,    13.  C.,
occupation   Shipwright,   intend to apply   for  permiesiun   tu  purchuBe    the
fulluw'iug described land:
Comment Ing  a' a  post  planted    20
SOUtb and to chains  west Irum
the  South  Bast Corner ot Lot 7072,
Croup Uue, Kootenay District,     und
e:  "A'   S'  Biondiu's  North fast
lence suuth lu chains,
e na,  thence  a. i-th
.-•  2n chains more
Int ol comraen'e -
and containing SO acres, more
or less.
June, 1912.
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FOR SALE
lena   Bay  lands in paroeli ol
hi ur .'ii i       ii rn bloo,    Correi
pondeni;
John Shaw. Agent,
Boxtilti Arrowhead
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction guaranteed
Agent  for  Flexitime   Electric
Signs
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Shop in Cumming's Transfer
Building, Second Street
ASSESSMENT   1912
Court of Revision
PUBLIO Ncmt'N iH barony given
that the Court of Revision ol the
City ul Hevelstoke, will he held In
the City Hull mi Tuesday, July uth,
11)12, ut 8 p.m.
BRUOB A LAWSON,
City Clerk.
Corporation of the City
of Revelstoke
PUBLIC NOTICE,
l'uhiic Notice is herohy given that
it iu uhBolutely necessary thut disorders of u suspicious nature be reported to Dr. McLeun, Cily Medical
Health Uilicer or other physicians,
as soon as known. Failure to ilo this
is u punisliablo olfence.
By Ord'r,
B.  A. LAWHON,
City Clerk.
HAHVKY, McCARTEH
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bauk Building Revelstoke, B. 0.
Money to Loan.
Otlices—Revelstoke,    B.   ('..     and
Craubrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. McCurter,
A. M.  1'iiikhi.ii!, J. A.  Harvey
Revelstoke, Craubrook
ROBERT  HMITH,
Provincial Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Englneerin|
McKENZIE  AVE.,
BOX   l'Jfi,    REVELBTOKE
W.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Box 146, Revelstoke, B.C.
REVELBTOKE   COUNCIL
No.    21,     ROVAL    TEMPLAHB     OF
TEMPERANCE
Meets every  2nd  aud  4th Thursdays
in     Oddfellows    Hall,   at 8  o'clock.
Visiting   Templars  are   cordially   in -
vited  to attend.
W.   E.  MUNBON,  3. C.
A.   I).  TOURNER.   R.  B.
Sewing Machines
A ■ Bind
er ari'' r Wilson Sew
ing Machines
For Sale or Hire
•;:inr;mtr's.
'
H.  MANNING.   Agent.
ft W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
Animal     Rugs,   Game
Heads  and  Birds
Mounted
P.O.Box 31, lievelstoke
KOOTENAY      LODGE.  No.  ii A.  F.
and A. M.
Regular meetings are held in MASONIC TEMPLE, Oddfellows' Hall
ou tbs Third Monday in eaeb month
at 8 p. m. Vimt.ing bretbren are
cordially welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W. If,
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
ul RT      MT,      BHQBIB,    No.  M61.
OF I.  O. F.
Meets in I. 0. <). F. Hall next   to
I'l  Optra  House  every  second
':.  Monday  m montb.  Visit-
, tu in  11 i.iially  welcomed.
•t   r\   BULL, 0. R.
KM.  s.  CAliHRON,   u.'c.-Bsc.
fj. W. 0. W.
Ho .ritalu  View  Camp,  No.  2211.
■ . id    ami      Fourth  Wednes
days    in  eaeh   month   in    Selkirk
Hail.      Visiting  Woodmen  are
cordially invited to attend
I    i   woodlimi. i an, i nui
.MMKri MciN'i vitei. Olerk.
SELKIRK     LODU HI  12.  I. 0, 0, F.
'a a'/aty      i'liuisday evening    in
Halkirk  Hall «t. h o'clock.     Visiting
ii     01 linlly   in vi Inl.
II     BIBOFRIBD,   N. il.
JAS,   MATHIID,  Hecrntary.
OOLD RANOH I.HDOK,     K. of   P.,
NO   M,   RHVBLBTOKB, H.  0.
'■!■• a every  Wednesday except   tin
Third   Wednesday of each montk      In
O'Mfellows'  Hall at * o'clock.  Visiting  Knights  are  rordiallf  invited
0.   W.   OAKLAND,   0,   0.
U. 11. BROCK. K. ol R. * S.
U.ott.
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable now lms the largest anil besl Hue of Smokers'
Supplies ever in the City, ami our prices nre right, fifty brands
of cigars to choosu frotiti    Price from $1.00 per box up;   not made
Irsin scrap either.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siock   ol  Calabash   Pipes  is  small  on account  of the
crop being a failure this year nnd quality poor.
Mriiir Pipes in cases from $1.(10 up.
Ask for the famous II. H. B. brand. Every pipe is guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders, Cases and Llghterst Pouches,
Ash Trays nnd Pipe Racks. Tell us what you want and we will
suit yon. Ifyou cannot call, phone 37 nnd goods will be sent to
yonr home lor approval.    Buy early while stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
ASK THE  DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
tell you llinl the whiskeys we are
Bulling are the best. Call and lie
convinced. No household should
be without a supply of our Harvey's Special Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapin Liqueur Brandy, guaranteed
80 years old or Blaokborry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes. Our stock
of choice Wines and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
the leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Deatore in Pure Wines, Liquors, Clears and Clgarottee
I
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE  OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
J
Wliite-Star-Dominion ss
SERVICE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS
Montreal Quebec Liverpool
Largest & Finest SteamersfromCanada
New S.S. Liwrentic, 15,000 Tons Each
New S. S. Megantic
Sails June 22, July 20, Aug. 17. July 6, Aogust 3, August 31
ONLY FOUR DAYS AT SEA
onu-cl»8s illi Cabin aorvloe.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
58.! feet long, is,oui horsepower 5!4 Feet Ioiik
Sails July 13, Aug. 10, Sept. 7. June 29, July 27, August 24
Company's Offices, 619, Second Ave., Near Cherry St., Seattle
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  I815Q
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
Capital
Reserve   -
Deposits
lioans and Investments
Total Assets
29<lt. 1911
* 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
3,000.000 4,600,000
23,077,730 35,042,311
27.4.V?,UiH) 38,854,801
33,01)0,192 48,237,284
Haa 83 Brunches in Canada, antl Agents and Correepondente In all
the Principal Citlea In the World.
A QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at hlghoat ourrent rate.
Revelstoko Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
E.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Plpo
and  furnace work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Avo.   -   Revolstoke
WALL PAPER
AND WRPEI GLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting, and  Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
KALSOMIN1NG
Paper Hanging- a Specialty
Estimates Given
Mirror Making ami  re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
(ilass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. VV. BRILL
Painter, Paper Hanger,Decorater
lievelglvke, B- C.
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Post Cr.i'lmile.(.'liiciiKO.University
Specialty- All   Porcelain ami
i'list Crown Hriilfte Work
Cor, Granville and Robson Sis.
Vancouver
Over Harrison's Drug Store
Phone Si'y   52.JS
Lumb
umDermen
Lit will pay you to
ms . make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
tielorejImvtnK yonr outfit of working clotlits
for thr.lnta.li. I make a
specinlty of I.oKtrinR
Shoes, I'lii'ls, Box, Sl.irts
BlHiikcts ami everything
requited in your buiiucM.
Tl SATUHDAY,   JULY  6th,   1912.
tHE !&J>a.TlL.-lET%L£lJk±.T), Tltt-VX1TJ&'£02£E1
S.U'L'KDAY,   JULY   6th,   1912.
I
THE ONLY ,.riOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. £. tfume «S Co.. £imited
OUR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY  GOODS DEPARTMENT
A List of Real Bargains for Friday, July 5
A Clean-Out of Corsets
Sizes lil and 2.'5 to 26. They are Two Dollar Corsets
—All going at	
$1.00
Five hundred Ladies' Waists
A great assortment. All our $8.60 to $4.50 Waists
high anil low neck, short and long sleeves, muslins
and linens, all going at	
$190
A Job Lot of Middy Peter Pans
Gaby De Slay's and Muslin Blouses, all '$2.00 goods,
going at	
$1.00
A Table of Ladies' and Children's Drawers
Corset Covers, etc., all at one price	
50 Cents
Children's Wash Dresses and Middy Blouses
The greatest selection we have ever offered, to fit any
girl from 1 to 18 years. All the improved models and
materials are here for the warm weather. We surely
have something cool and nice for the girls, from	
90c. to $9.00
See the New Blouses
Colored Rajah and Pongee Silks
30 inches wide, in  Tan,   Brown, Navy,  Black,  Green,
Apricot and Grey, at	
85c. Per  Yard
New Summer Hosiery
A new idea in cool hose for ladies. Silk boot with lisle
top, fine and cool, and they have the appearance, in
pink, blue, tan and black, at	
75 Cents a Pair
FINE SILK FINISH LISLE HOSE, for Ladies, in tan,
Black, etc.   Good wearing hose at 3 pairs for $1.00 or
35 Cents a Pair
New Pongee Coating Silk
In heavy Cord,   natural color,  a perfect washer,  and
absolutely no wear out to it, at   .„	
$1.50 Per Yard
Groceries and Crockery Department
Fresh Strawberries and all other Fresh Fruits and
Vegetables arriving daily".
Some Specials in Groceries
New Potatoes 3 lb. for 25c
Jelly Powders    3 for 25c
Sunbeam Tea 40c. and 50c. per lb.
Pork and Beans in Tomato Sauce	
 10c, 15c. and 25c per can
Corn Starch 10c. per 1 Ib. package
Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles	
 Pints, 35c Quarts, 65c
Nabob Seeded Raisins 10c. per package
Fruits and Vegetables
Pineapples. Strawberries, Ripe Tomatoes,
New Cabbage, New Beets, New Carrots, New
Radishes, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Oranges,
Lemons and Hananas, always fresh in stock.
CHINA AND CLASSWARE
In this department wc are ready to serve
vour wants. You will be looking around for
a suitable wedding gift for your friends who
arc about to join the largest society in thc
world, and you will lind it here among
our Cut Glass, fancy China, Glassware, Tea
Sets, Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets and thc thousand and one pretty things in our stock.
Fruit Jars!  Fruit Jars!
Cool Summer Shirts
Let us cater to your comfort and convenience with the very latest stvles and patterns in Shirts.
We have the sole agency for the celebrated W. G. & R. Shirts and Collars in the City, and are
convinced that if you wear them once, you will always wear them. Dressy patterns, standard
sizes, full bodies and long arms are the great features which point to comfort and durability.
EVERY SHIRT IS A COAT SHIRT.
Wc know—Do you know ? That its what
you get for what you pay, that counts. You
will notice it more than ever in thc price of our
Glass, Screw Top Fruit Jars in pints, quarts
and half gallons—the besl. and only brand that
gives satisfaction.
Cheese
Try a small quantity of our several varieties
Plain Canadian Cheese, McLaren's Imperial
Cheese, in 15c, o5cm 55c- a°d $1.10 Jars;
Ingersol Cream Cheese, 20c. per package, and
thc old familiar Limbcrger Cheese in 2 Ib.
bricks, for 60c.
Extracts
Quality is the "come before any" consideration
when Sealev's Extracts are asked for. Pure
goods in this line will save you money and
time in cooking 2^0/. bottles for 25c.
Nej?lie"ee Shirts *n p'a'n co'ors' ''ne stripes,
■njaHBHHHaHBHHBMH hair lines, pleated fronts.
All the fine prints, cambrics, chambrays and zephyrs
are here.
Prices from $1.25 to $3.00 Each
Soft Collar Shirts In plain  whitfl linen-
MMBaBaMHHaBHaBaBaBaa white crepe, white chambrays, and merceldas, stripes, solid colors and high
grade silks.
Prices, $1.25 to $3.00 Each
Silk Shirts   'n p'ain wh'te' ^ue< an(* Shantung.
aHrBHHa^Haaa^B  Prices  _
$3.50 and $4.00 Each
High Soft Collar Shirts with double
^■■■■■■■■^^i^iB French cutL in
all the new shapes and patterns	
Prices, $1.50 to $3.00 Each
Bargain Hats
To clear out a few odd lines, we have reduced
the price to as low a figure as could be wished
by anyone.   A whole table full at 	
25 Cents Each
Bargain Shoes
Ladies' Oxfords which sold regularly from $3
to $4.00, now on the Bargain Counter at clearing prices.   You can't afford to pass them up.
$1.95 Per Pair
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $ for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had and in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We have the Ifttgesl assortment in the city, most of wh ch
are Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us to
sell nl B price that wives yuu the middleman's profit
Scrims—by the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras—We have both colored and white in very dainty designs, from 80c 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 pillowB.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are offering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs 9x12
at 98.20; 2Jx6ft $1.26' 8x6ft $1.96. Everything in that line
will go at bargain prices.
Anything not mentioned  that you want call  in and
ask for it, we will be sure to^have it if in this line.
J SATURDAY,   JULY  &tl     I 11
(D£t£l  $A1JlTXj-T£T(1TIJ±.T.T3 ' r&EJV-ELSTOIKIE.
SATURDAY,   JULY  6th,  1912.
MIDSUMMER SALE PRICES TO CLEAR
MARKED DOWN ALL OVER THE STORE
LADIES' PRINT AND
GINGHAM WAISTS
All good washing cloths.
Sale Price    65c
PARASOLS
liegular $2.0(1 and  $2.50  Lines.
Sale Price    $1.25
LADIES' SUMMER VESTS
LADIES WHITE MUSLIN WAISTS
Trimmed with Lace anil Insertion
Regular 11.50 and $2 lines
Sale Price    $1.00
Sale Price-12'Ac
LADIES' DRAWERS
Ladies'   Summer   Knit    Under-
drawers                           	
WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
Ladies'    White   Muslin    1-piece
1 iresses.     Regular $5 and $6.00.
Sale Price-$2.50
Sale Price-25c
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ladies'   Tan  Oxfords.    Regular
$2.75 and $3.25 lines
MUSLINS AND WASH GOODS
Regular   Price   25c,    and    30c.
Sale Price    15c
Sale Price    $1.50
odd lines of Ladies' Pattern Leather Slippers,
Keg.  $4 and $4.50.        Sale Price  $2.00
Odd Lines of Children's Slippers and Oxfords    Sale Price to Clear.
REID «S* YOUNG
I GIA
New   Westminster
JULY 12, 1912
Revelstoke to New Westminster and return
$12.80
Children half this fare—$6.40
Tickets good going July llth and 12th
returning July Hth.
Tlie officers and members ol 1.. 0.1.. No, 1658 will leave on the 6:15
train on tlie morning of the llth July accompanied by the Hand
All  Orangemen iutenditiK to  \isit  the celebration  are  requested to
leave theii names with the W. M. or the Recording Secretary,
J. P. HUME,
Kec online Secret.il
W.J. ARMSTRONG,
Worshipful Master,
LOOK!     LOOKI
We have a few Screens, Doors and Windows left
at Prices never before offered to the public. Owing
to large shipments of Hardware coming in daily,
we are obliged to sell these at a sacrifice to make
room, and, as well, it is a pleasure to us to give our
patrons a chance to buy at less than Eastern prices.
LOOK AT THESE  PRICES,  THEY SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
COMING EMITS
■
Kinemueoloi   Pictur
tl     |     in    Em| Theaere.
•   •     mn  i      Co.,    ut
The itrei
i.f  To i.L-'it    Bmpress Thi atre
(ring   Mildred,      Bra
tre
BORN
.1   Ij   1st,   1312,
Ml     .,;. .   Mrs.   K.   M.   Allum,   a
SEEDING-    TIZLVLIE
As the time has arrived when vou musl do your seeding, we wish
to draw your attention to the met that our seeds are all fresh and
new Mo,l. not anv old one* lelt to slnll off. Our Onion sets are
the best, either the Dutch Set or the Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED We hnve jut unloaded one car of Purity
Flour, One Car of No, 1 Timothv Hay, (Hie Car Feed, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheat, Unrley, Corn, Bran, Shorts
ami Chops. If you require any of these, let us quote you prices.
We Can Save Vou Monev.
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
IHE CITY IN BRIEF
li, ....   -., ;   sali   ''■■• ap.   sm. oud ad.
l ag<   l        I'm vi Ist oke  Ueueral   Agen
.. ■
.-.■■•■.    Will   soil-   a   Solo   al
. •; ...a cburcb     tomorrow evi
The  Lawn   -   c il    >l   thi   Methodist
.   . it was !     I pi'iiol.  will     bo
■:.       .....Ha:   permit
.Mr.  and  Mi^-.  J. C.   Rohson,    leave
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Have You in Case of ACCIDENT Dy Sea or Lar.d ?
Drop lu and we v.ill explain our Improved Gold Bond
Accident Policy, double liability, onl) costing fit) a year,
IW.IXIO on life and $10,000 double liability, paying $25,011
weekly Indemnity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES LIMITED
i iiim piaitcr acre ol good laml for
Bale cheap, adjoining town. ll N.
Coursler.
The  patiy  of Uritiun  Mamifai uirei a
nml   touring the West,  will arrive In
Kevt Istoke  ..i   11 IS   tomorrow
iteeks summer  day).   They   will   Bta     In   Revelstoke
ol the s.l    ...ime  iweuty minutes,    It   is expocted
•   Victoria '■'■■•:  a  combined Ho.h.i ol Trade and
l'i igiess  i'liii.  deputation   will    wait
Mi-- Lillian Lee retinue.I on Friday
night   from a short   v.eat ion  at
oast
.
tir*
w.  H.  Horobin sent
uted
on  this  most   |>romlncnl   toui
ty  m .11  proceed direct  to  Fiel .
'    ' ty.    Alter leaving Hevel
Exhibit                         r were a» ai ded
■
Mrs,  It. Davis, of the B
'" tertained th,
ulub Methodist  church  to a lax       ■
■■      ■          Tue8    .,.    on     Thuisd   . .:        \
••'•   ' " ■   -        I    '  '    '"'      -:       ■'' mosl i     ■  i i.m   , .    |.nsf
' .-.
'■  mem ei     ...    ....
is urged I present     declared this  te
fei
thej
..   ... attend.
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Ith, taking the last I ,,
[low ag
Mr, It. Mi Intyre, ol the C.P.R. who
lieen   talcing a   holiday  an.l  vcat
ching  thc  wheat  grow   in  Saskatchewan,  returned  to town  this  week
Tin    Ladies'      \ e
church,   will   hold   their   annual   lawn
.luiy    lith.
on  the church la
rhe  weather prei the
game  . ■:'  th
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!
Mrs. Heelt and daughter Maude, are
away on a visit with friends in the
coast  eil les.
Mrs. It. .1. Stewart, of Three Val
ley, who has heen visiting at the
.Meihoilist parsonage during the past
week, returned to her home on Wednesday.
The Methodists of the Kamloops
district, with RevelBtoke, will hold a
summer school at Tappen, from the
7th to lath August. An effort will
be made lo scenic cheap rates Irom
the railway, and among the prominent speakers who will add to the Interest of the school, will lie the Uev.
.1. P. WeBt man i secretary of Sunday
schools for B.C., and Alberta, Uev
.1. Hart well lately returned from foreign mission work in the heart of
China; Hev. .). W. Davidson lhe popular preacher and pastor of Kelowna
and who is In charge ol the Social
and .Moral Reform branch ol Ihe work
and many other well known speaker
and leaders, i'he public are cordial
ly Invited to attend this camp, and
any further particulars will gladly he
furnished by the Kev. R.J. Mclntyre
of  Hevelstoke.
Richard and Burns Hatched
Jim McMahon, manager of Bill Rlc
kaiil, the local heavyweight, yesterday received word from Calgary that
Tommy Burns had Anally signed the
articles of agreement to meet Kick -
ard at Saskatoon on August 8, for
the heavyweight championship ol the
Dominion,
Articles were signed on behalf of
Kickard and a tl.UOO loriett posted
some weeks ago, and with Burns'sig-
nature to the contract, the Bght now
looks  like   a sine   thing,
Rtekard is working out daily at
Recreation I'ark and is In ii! ■ udl -
tion to go Into  the  ring at   any   time
Screen Doors, Regular $3.00 Now $2.15
" » "      2.25 Now    1.65
» "      2.00 Now    1.45
« " "       1.75 Now    1.35
Screen Windows. Reg...30c Now...20c
35c Now.. .25c
" " ••        45c Now... 35c
Complete with Springs, Hinges, Door Pull. Hooks and Eyes
Come Early, They Can't Last Long
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
Agents for Minerva Paints and Chancellor
Ranges—the best on the market
REVELSTOKE
In   this    dear    old    Columbia   Valley,
'neath icy pMaks serene,
Others  named  its river,
Addiinr  heaitty  to the scene.
And stately stands that little town,
lhe   name   of   Kev,'Istoke.
By skill of man and maiden prosperity   will   he  spoke,
Uur untiring efforts we say shall ne'er
die,
Giving  wealth    to     nations  beneath
tin- we tern sky.
Wc  pride  ourselves  as   Britons,  kind
e'er revoke,
oui  great achievements in the
lughe t ordi r spoke
oh then to the  greatest men
rs  ol  Revelstoke.
—(!.  II.  t'ninton.
NOT! IB TO OREDITOR8
lu the matter ol the Estate ol Wll
Ham Herbert Jollifle, deeensed:
Notice is hereby given thut nl
I creditors and others havlug claims
lagailtst lhi Ks.at.e of William Her
hcrl Jolllffe, late of Uevelstoke, B.O.
deceased, who died at Revelstoke on
or a nut the lith day of .lune, 1912,
are required to scud to tho under
signed Solicitors for Oharles Jollifle
Administrator of the Estate of sai.l
deceasi I, within BO days from ilate
full particulars nf their claims, duly
verified, and that after thai date the
sai.l Administrator will proceed to
distribute the gaM Bstate amongst
those entitled thereto regard beiug
had only to those claims of which
said Administrator shall have then
received  not n
Hated   a lij   6th,   1912,
Harvey.  McCart r and   I'lnkham,
Sollc ton for  Oharles     Inlllffe,    *\il-
listrator  of  the   Kstate    of    the
said deceased. BOdyi.
m
EMPRESS THEATRE
July llth, 12th, 13th   Two Matinees
DURBAR
IN KINEMACOLOR
Direct from Scala Theatre, London, Knit.
o4 Thrilling, Brilliant Reproduction in Nature's Own
Glowing Colors of the Scenes and Incidents Attending
the Gorgeous Oriental Pageant at Delhi, when King
George and Queen Mary of England Were Recently
Proclaimed Emperor and Empress of India.
Shewn before their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Connaught
aud Princess Patricia ol ('oniiaiight.
PRICES, - - $1.00, 75c and 50c
Seals Now  oil Sale at Macdonnld's  Drug Store,
BOB FITZSIMMONS CO., Monday, July 15th
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■ .:  ll     L.   .     rton   K.C., corporation
nto   ti   '  '   i nalrman
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Others Are Making Money!   Why Not You?
Just read of a few instances of how successful our clients have been In recent
investments recommended by us. We made for one Revelstoke man in five
weeks on
A Cash Outlay of $375; A Net Profit of $475
Another client, investing i 20, made a net profit of $100 in four weeks, and
two other men in six weeks oh an outlay of $285 each, made a nei profit ol $265
each      We have made gcod money for t      Revelstoke businessmen.
WE CAN DO THE SAME FOR YOU
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CORKS JAR  RINGS
SEALING  WAX
PARAHN WAX
Fly Pads
Fly Coils
TANGLEFOOT
10c
5c
bews THE REXALL STORE bews
Smart Clothing for Summer Months
DERI
WE M'K    \1 l/i \\
Late Spi mt; Sm:s and > '
I )rop in    ! '"1 p 1 sing and    1 c 1 .n-
and patl lit tl mis.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing Stehon  Hall Foot-Rile Show
Last week wc sold out the balance of our 175 dollar lots in   Moose  Jaw and
secured a few more closer in at the original piice of $200 earn,   which  our
sales manager, who has jusi returned from Moose Jaw, informs us is at   least  $50
market * tlue.    Two ne    railroads, locating in the  east end,   aie causing
ng advances and we aie expecting a big price advance very shortly.
These Lots are Only One and a Quarter of a Mile East of Post Office.
They Are Recommended By Us As a Bargain
AT   $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 Agency, Home Loan and Contract Co.
E. G. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue

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