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Do you want to win the Grand Prize Player Piano Mow on Exhibition at the He-Vetjiok.e Mu.sic
"Empire" Typewriter
For ease of operation and
perfection in results it is
unsurpassed.    Price $601
Interior Publismng Co., Agts.,
The Mail-Herald
Interior Puolishing Company
HUNTERS ANL) PUBLISHERS
Vol. 18-No. ;!S
REVELSTOKE. B. C, .lUNE 5, my
$2.CO Per Year
Summer Supplies
■°,
Coal Oil Stoves Gu. "v *eed Odorless
Perfection — 2-Burner
Quick Meal—2-Burner
*/
V.
A-
English 2-Burner with Oven, Kettle, Fry ."% ^ot
and Steamer 	
$10 00
12 50
7 50
Electric Stoves
5 inch $6.00
6 inch  6.50
8 inch   7.50
Electric Irons
Hot Point, 1 lb  $5.00
6 lb 6.50
National Electric Iron
1 wo'Year Guarantee
4 or 6 lb '.$5.00     j    We havejyet to have our
first iron returned for re-
8 1b ,'•>■""      I    pairs.	
Small i Oil Stoves
One Burner 75c. to $1.00
Two Burners     $2.00 to $2 50
Ice Cream Freezers
Polar Star, I qt  $L25
Polar Star, 2 qt  1-50
Polar Star, 8 qt  '  2*00
Polar Star. 4 qt  2.50
Screen Doors.        Screen  Windows
Fly Traps      Wire Plate Covers      Baby Hammocks, $1 up
Lawn Mowers Grass Catchers Grass Shears
Lawn Rollers Edge Cutters
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.
LIMITED
Plombis* Tinsmithing Steam snd Hot Water Heatinj
All Work Guaranteed.
FIRST PERIOD OF CONTEST
WILL CLOSE NEXT SATURDAY
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Imperial Bank of Canada
Hnad O1flo**»-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      •     6,000,00u.00
Reserve        - 6,000,000.00
Total Assets,       - •             $72,000,000.00
Branches ur Agents at all principal point* in,Oanada.
Agenta in Great Britain and United States-London, England,
Lloyd- Bank. Limited. Chicago- First National IBank, CornKx-
chaoge National Bank. Seattle-H"*! Ua Nal ional Bank, SanFran-
dfOO-W«)ll Fargo Nevada National U.M1X Spokane—Exchange
National Unu*.
Savings Sank Department
DeponiU of *1 anri upward, received, and Intertwt allowed at
curreul rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence eolicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Ladies' and Children s
Wash Dresses
White and Colored
Mrs. A, G, Crick, * First Street
TIRED ?
THEN A CUP OF
'BELL BLEND TEA"
will refresh you with ils bright, spicy
flavor ami Iriigrancy. Sold in 1 lb.
liml packages.
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c. per lb.
g.w7bell
P. O. BOX 208 QROCER & BAKER Phono No. 23
PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS
Only Three More Days Until Special Diamond Ring
Offered by Mr. Barber Wiil Be Awarded-Vote
Earning Power of Subscriptions Will Be Reduced
Twenty Per Cent. After June 8th-Nominations
Still Open.
Only three days ot time remain in
Which contest eiui<lii!aten will lie nl -
lowed tlle large numltcr ol votes prevailing under tho lirst period sched -
uie. After June Sth all straight snh
BcrlptionB to tho Mall-Herald nnd the
Canadian Home Journal will reci-lvo
twenty per cent less votes than the
present schedule provides (or.
The Mail-Herald's piRantlc circulation campaign, while yet in its ill -
(aiicy. baa created much interest nnd
entliiihiasm. In many respects it enn
l>o compared to a political campaign.
Many contestants have a host ol
tricmls who have taken up their cause
uiul are doinK Rood work for tbeir
lender. Uthers nre making pood use
of the telephone, calling; up their
(tien,Is they arc unalilc to sec personally, while still others lind the
mails a  uooil  medium to reach them
A pood policy to lie adopted Iiy the
contestants is to spend the rest ot
the w.-ek securing all the sal scrip -
tions which extra cllort will pivc
them, now that they count both on
the diamond ring, whieh will be awarded on June Sth, and thc oth^r
valuable prizes which will 1»' given
to the ten winning candidates at thj
end of tbe contest.
A number of contestants have aBk-
ed if there will lie as good, or a better schedule of votes allowed at a
later date in the contest. Sul scrip -
tions will be worth more during tbi
first period thnn at nny other time.
Every straight subscription, large or
small will decrease twenty per cent,
nt the end of ench period. The Mall-
Herald published a guarantee of this
in their last  issue.
If you have lieen thinking of entering the contest do it now.     Do not
delay longer; perhaps you are tho'
very ono who will win the player-
piano or tho Ji;00 in gold, and still
you are hesitating about entering tho
contest, if you win the capital prim
you will be very well paid for your
work, at tlle rate of about ?3,r> a day
That seems like fnir pay lor something you can do in connection with
your work. There are ten prizes in
all, any one of which will pay you
handsomely for thc work you do. It
will pay you to get acquainted with
the prize list. It is worth studying,
BKrOHT OFTEN.
Candidates arc urged to send sul>-
scriptions to the contest office as
soon as received. New siibscriliors
will bc anxious to have their paper
started at once. i
CANDIDATES DOING WELL.
The past, few days have Ireen marked
by earnest work on the purl, uf a
number of candidates who realize thc
importance of securing first period
votes. A good many votes have l»en
received ho far and many of them
represent subscriptions paid at thc
oflicc by the friends ol some •>( tnu
candidates. When payments are made
at thc office, subscribers are asked to
name the candidate for whom they
wish to vote. When the favorite is
mentioned the votes arc credited as
indicated. One candidate secured a
number of votes (rom a subscriber
who paid a past due subsi rlption account this morning, but most of the
votes issued directly to the subscribers were ahout equally divided am -
ong thv active candidates. In a num
her of instances the subscribers have
aBked that the votes be issued to
them on a blank. These subscribers
say they will give their votes later
to some candidate who is wording
hard  and has a good chance to win.
Y.M.C.A. Boys Camp
It is the intention of the Y.M.C.A.
olllcials to run a boys camp in July.
This camp will start about tbe 4th
of July, and will run for ubout ten
dayB,
Tho feo (or the outing Will be $tfl
nnd railway fare, wbich will be work
ed on the dub rato plan. This
Camp will lie held at Ht. Leon, where
there is plenty of good boating and
swimming under proper supervision,
und where the lishing in' unsurpassed.
Tbc camp will Im in charge of the
I'liysicnl Director ol the Y.M.C.A.,
and will be open to any boy in tho
iity whether a Y. M.C. A. member or
not.
The alms ol the camp nre many, it
oilers something lor every boy and
for every sido of a boys nature. It
gives him nu ideul outing at cost,
under Bute managi'mcnt which will
mean much in developing in him
among other tilings a strong urult'.iy
body, independence nnd resourceful -
ncBs. Full particulars will be given
later.
Big Eddy School Report
Following is the report of Dig
1'. cbly school (or tbc month ending
May  31st,  1912.
Days  school  was  in  session        22
Total  daily attendance      808
Average daily attendance     36f>
Total   actual  attendance    Hi.72
Average actual attendance  16.63
Pupils attending during  month...     22
Boys        11
tlirls        11
Greatest numlier  present        31
Li'ast   number   present    12
Ta'rdiueBS  of pupils        11
Names of pupils present every session:—Jack Allen, Charlie Barrett,
Ktta Barrett, Rolf Carlson, Allan
Granstrom,  Karl  Granstrom.
B. M. BRUCE,
Toacher.
FOUND-On thc Big Bend road,
small purse. Owner will receive
same at Imperial Bank upon ideu
liiicatiou and payment ol this advertisement.
Alien-Bayley Bout
Bassano, June 4—8o great is the in
terest taken in the Allen-Bayley bout
ut tbe coast that several prominent
businessmen have engaged a special
train to carry passengers [rom Seat
tie, Victoria and Van, ouvcr to Bassano. They arc charging $75 (or thc
round trip, tbis price to include admission to the bout; the return fare,
and their expenses for three days in
lalgary after the bout. Over 100 peo
MOUNT REVELSTOKE
TO HAVE GOLFING LINKS
Further Attractions for Revelstoke and Tourists—National
Park Reserve Under Consideration by Government—
Boating on the Crater Lake—Auto Road, With Eight
Per Cent. Grade, Will Reach Summit.
Although  no further  meeting of  the   ed  by the eternul snow capped peaks
pie have already decided  to take a,L   Itevelstoke  Progress  Club,  or  ot  the   «»d sinuous glaciers wbich constituti
last
th-o grandeur o( thc back bone of the
American coutinent, the tourist and
mountain climber, will bud health,
sport and pleasure, and restore their
vantage of this special train, and  by   Executive  have  boen  held this
the date of the .ontesi as many more J^^  the  varU)UB members taking a
should lx added to thc number. „.     .. , , ...
_. , i rest utter thc -strenuous labors ot the
The recent      disappointment exper -;
iencci!  by fans in Alberta in connec -  l,u8t  Icw   wcol"ii   yet  thc  committees jaded nerves, amidst  tbe  unsurpassjd
tion  with  Connell showing  cold    feet' continue their     activity  In the  good scenery  ol tho  Canadian  mouutuius.
and refusing to go into the ring with I cause of well doing ou hehull of thc Well known mountaineers have   al-
Burns at  Edmonton, has     influenced  city. ready  ventured the  opinion that the
the promoters of    thc     Bayl.y-AUan j                NATIONAL    I'ARK. , HCCUCry  trom  ^  summit  of    Mount
conte-t  to  compel  tbe  contestants to I    „.                                         . ,          „ ' Hevelstoke far   surpasics   that to be
post  sufficient forfeit     to  appear  in !    ""i^*     *"*.* 7CelVed'T.   ,hU 'ound  at the bights of     Pikes Peak,
the ring      an.l      box.  tha.  the large 1H°"' T                 r°*l1     «* "«*»"»• and  thc tourist  will  have the  privil-
crowd  which  will be present  will    be !tlmt  "*  m"tU'r *  V* •"*"">; u,uJc ego in thc case of Mount Revelstoke,
protected.   There will al-o     1* other V*   , MoU"t    **™x«*» aQ<1 fiacKa\ of  enjoying a  fifteen   mile auto  ride,
boxers of repute present   so that   if  1>cal"i H"d  wutcrshed'  »■ « Nul"jU"1 from Revelstoko City to the summit
one of the signed boxers Bhould take l ""*"* "'"'    l^u™ ,,,ow.eUB"ein« and  will find there  in  thc shape    of
sick or anything happen to him.     a I ^/^Si.? .*: 0.,""'    .! I8' it tho C1'U' ChH'el' the B°" Hnk' un<1
substitute can  lie  provided    on     tho
spot.   It  is  not     expected,  however,
that  anything  will  happen,  to cither
of tho boxers,  but it is always    well
to be on the safe side.
Bayley  is now trained     down     to
about  one  pound and  n hulf     over -
that  everything  would  be dono      by boattag on  the turquoise waters     ot
the Hou. Gentleman, to asBiBt in tbc the fathomless crntor lako, and oth-
wishes of his constituents at    Revel- cr attractions, a  variety ol ploasur-
stoke, being accoedod to. „|,i0 diversions,     which     Pikes Peak
GOLF    LINKS. from  natural  shortcomings iu    these
A  movement is also underway    to directions, is quite  unable to supply
add to   tbe    attractions of     Mount B0HNI0   AUTO    ROAD.
weight. Allen has nlso taken od hiB Uevelstoko as a tourist centre, by The surveyors announce that their
superfluous flesh nnd ne\t month will the laying out ol a scries of goll labors in tho direction of finding a
see both  boxer*- trained  down to the   links at tho peak of the mountain, lt   favorable  grade  have      lieen  crow nod
pink of condition. Never lielofc in
Canada has ihere licen such interest
taken in a boxinb bunt as there is at
the pre«ent time in this bout for the
Championship  of Canada.
Sheet Music and all kinds of
Small tTWusical Goods
$**mtl*T
Cull and Inspect
Music Store, McKenzie Ive,
New Time Table
On June 2nd, a new C.P.R. time
table came into eflect lor the sum -
mer, changing the hours ol arrival
nnd departun of ihe trains, whlcb
are as follows:
WEST BOUND.
No. Arrive ...  Lcuvc
3    .ri55     6.15
1   ,]»:«  16:85
11   16:40  17o.k
KAST BOUND 	
No  Arrive 	
4    24:45   	
14    7:26  	
2   11:65  	
MOUTH TRAIN
Arrivee 15 30, leaves 7.I'l a.m.
is uot generally  kuowu that the sum with  success, und the preliminary  liu
Wit "!  Mount Revelstoke comprises u es  show  the  automobile  r iad,     will)
semi  circular  plateau,  admirably  ad- a distance ol some  Hi miles from Kev
apted to      lorm      a  beautiful golfing elstoke to summit, can   lie built at a
grounds,   thc      highest  and  probably passible grade of  no r.i ire  lh,<n 8  per
lhc most  beautifully situated links iu cent, ^hese figures   will   require  con-
the     world,  and      where thc ancient lirmation'   by      subsequent    surveys
gumc of kings,  could  bo indulged in, nearer the summit! Tlie  work  is pro-
amid  tbo  most  wondrous  Bcencry pro grossing  rapidly,   and  a  start  on tlie
vided  by  tlie  mighty RockeyB.     Here actual   construction   ol   tbc  road   will
at an altitude ol 0000 feet, surround- be made in n few weeks.
Married in Vancouver
The Oanadian Pacific Railway Co.,
arc trying to rush forward the equip
ping of the engines, ami building ol
tbc oil tanks, with a view to com
mencing  to  use  tbe 'liquid   find   on  or
Mr.  Vi.  IJ.  Robertson,  thc     pioneer
real  estate  man  ol   Rovelstoke,    nnd
Miss Haiinam of  Itevelstoke, were  united  in  matrimony  at  Vancouver.  B. | al)0llt the 15th ol  June.   At     Revel
C, on June Ist.     The ceremony was  itoke they are. erecting     thc lnrgest
 Leav< | performed  by  Kev.  Antic, In     Chn*jt|0ji   tank  between   Calgary and    Van-
 2i:55  church,  Vancouver, In  the  ;icscuci ot ( couver,      with  ncapacityot    several
  7:4oln few  Immediate friends of the    Con-  millions ol gallons, and where a very
5   trading  purties. . llir(r0 quantity of  oil  will  be kept in
Alter   a short   honeymoon   m   Vic - j Btore   for  use  throughout   lhe  moun-
toria, the happy couple w,ll tnke up i tain sections.   A  Han Francisco con-
their permanent residence in    Rcvol -  cem, who have had experience     with
Pure    Mi.pl*      Byrup,     I'liu'   Juice,   *Ulk*'  wl"''<'  Ul('*v   wiM  shortly  in, at|Himifar work on the  Houtliern  Pacific
Wubtagton     rtrawberriM m   p.-unio'uumi'  to  '«^'v«   t&«  congratulations  „,-,.  supervising  thc  orcctlon  ol    thc
Bros., FirBt street, lu( tlK"  numerous friends. \\,\g tank,
IF YOU WANr
Garden Tools      Rubber Hose        Lawn Mowers
Carpenter's Tools,   ft ire Fencing and Gates
Bicycles or Repairs    Stoves    Paints
Fishing Tackle     Sporting Coods
Guns, etc., we can supply you
BOURNE BROS,
GROCKRS
Hardware
Plumbing
£&.
n
Grocery News
Cups and Saucers, white and gold, just in.
Rhubarb, fresh from the farm, per lb 4c
Full stock of Chivtfr'B Jams just arrived, in glass
jars and in 2 lb. and 4 lb. tins. JuBt like home
made and cheaper.
JOHN   MCINTYRE   &   SON
The Store of New Goods
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
To Get the Best Results
From Your Garden
USE
SWIFTS
FERTILIZER
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
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Personal
For one week only km 'are offering at one-
third off the regularprict all High tirade
Bloomer Suits consisting of all-wool and
Fancy Worsteds m solid colors and fancy
weaves. Over 200 patterns to choose from,
made up in the natty, two and three button
double-breasted models. Russian and Regulation Sailor Suits for the little chaps
also.
If vour boys' Wardrobe needs replenishing
we tish yon to bring him here to-night.
Remember One-Third Off Regular Price.
iVitRae Mercantile Co.
g THF STYLES SHOP FOR MEN ANO BOYS
6 OOO oooooo<xx><
Prize Eggs for
Early Hatching
:*s.
i%V
i jf
Best  Strain of Brown Leghorns, single and Rose Comb,
and     Partridge    Wyandotte
Eggs. •
VOU  sAl.K l»v
IG. Woodland
E. P. Mclean
P.O. BOX   181 WEDNESDAY, JUNE
1»U,
THE MAIL-HERALB,   REVELSTOKE
WKONKSllAY,    ,11'NK
Illli
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■%
Are You Insured Against
Accidents and Illness
IF NOT, WHY NOT—It is your duty both to your-
selves and your dependents.
Call and see us. We shall be pleaaecl to point out the benefits to be derived from these policies.
Special double indemnity clause quarantine indemnity clause
and all illnesses insured against.
London and Lancashire Accident Co.
Railway Passengers Assurance Co.
Ocean Accident Corporation.
AL'. REPRESENTED BY
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
v
t\:c flfeaiMbcralfc
PUBLISHED   WF.nSlMiAY  AND
8ATUBDAY  AT
ItEVELSTOKE.  B.   C.
interior pubUflblng Company,
Limited
J.  K.   JOHNSON,  Manager.
RALPH ci.  BCBtJTON,  Editor.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
IncludinK  post.aK-s   to  England,   United Staten and Canada.
By tbe year ithrough postotllce) *|2.50
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Legal   notices U  cents uer line flrst
umetUon, 5 cents per line     each
•ubB«nuent    insertion.       Measurement*  Noniianel   (li!   lines
Professor T. ll. Arkoll, profostor ol
imiiiiiil husbandry In tin* New Hump
shire agricultural collogo, to the neat
1"? n preliminary Inquiry, Professor
Arklll, wbo is u Canadian and a
graduate "f Cluolpb goes to I.eth -
bridge  mi   .lum'   12th,
REVELSTOKE
vs. ARMSTRONG
Revelstoke Wins the Lacrosse
Game on Monday by the Big
Score ot 17 to I
make
im Monday, Jum 3rd, tbo loun anticipated opontng ol tbo lacrosse mhi
d'.ore and     general   • immenced,   whon  a  team  ropre
business annouutcinents $2.60 per sentitig Armstrong played tho Revel
inch per month. Preferred posl- stoke lacrosse team on tlie recrou •
tions, 25 per cent, additionul. tion park grounds at Revelstoke.
Births, Marriages aud Deaths, SOc
each .nsertion.
Play commenced at *l p.m.,  Mr.  J.
Simpson, officiated as referee. Messrs
' II.   Munro of Revelstoke. and A. Ann
strong oi Armstrong, acting as tune
keepers.   Tbc   goal   umpires   were    P-
CMflord ol Revelatoke ami Mr,   .Minn
of Armstrong,
Teams lined  up as toUows
Armstrong — tioai.     w.    Johnson;
*   point. W. Murray;  covet point,  Jos.
Doulton;  1st defence, C, Barnes; 2nd
j defence it. Schneider; 8rd defence, S.
Fisher; centre, O.  Jones;     ;ird home.
B\ Haesard;     2nd home,  J.  Phillips;
I 1st home,  A.  Logan;      OUtSlde  li'imo,
\   Armstrong; Inside borne. F. Mur-
CORRESPONDENCE invited ou mat-   ray.
ters ol public      interest.        Uuva-      Revelstoke—Coul,   8.   SoruiitU; point
munaations to Editor must      be  A. Hillier;   cover point,    H. Mulbol
acoompBnied    by    name ol writer' land,   1st   defence,   J.   Russell;  second
Land notifies $7.30. All advertise-
cii-nls subject to thc approval ol
tbe management. Wanted and
Condensed Advertisements ; —
Agents Wanted, Help Wanted, Sit
uations wanted,    Situations    Va-
Wanted, 25 words or less, 25c,
each additional line IU cents.
Changes il standing advertisements must be in by 9 a. m.
Tuesday and Friday ol each week
to secure  good  display.
defence, 11. Burridge; 3rd defenoa,
Don Calder; centre, D. Calder; 3rd
huliiv A. Woodland; L'nd home. II.
Cooke; 1st home, IC. l'ettipitce. out -
.-ide home, Den Dickey; inside aome,
Earl   Dickey.
|   Owing to the impossibility ol play
ing tbeir full regular team,      Arm
strong  bad seriously considered  post
poning the match, but »s good sport*
The  lection  ol  Mr.   R.F,  (Ireen.   by   nlt.n   an(1 lnth*cr than allow  tbe pub
aCclams!.*.'U.   as   mem!','i   lor   Kootc -   lie to lie      disappointed, they decided
DBS   *    tbi   Dominion house, lurnishes  to get  together thc best  team    pos
slide, and play tbe game.
From    thc  outset,  it     was    ■
not necessarily lor publication,
but as evidence ol good laitb.
Correspondent should  be briel.
WEDNESDAY,    JUNE
„ lavora li pportunity lor tbo Progress Clul I lievelstoke, to secure
valuahb assistance lo the worn
«bi* b they bave undertaken on i
the Itj and disir.ct.
The Mail-Herald is given to under
■land thai .:.  the     near future, our
that the weuk team nf tbc visitors
was hopelessly outmatched, they were
outplayed by Revelstoke In .very dc
partment ol the game, aloke In at-
tuck ami defence tbey wore unable to
ope with tho homesters, and the
game    developed      int..  a    pi "Cession
new   mem ei    « U   lour   ihe  coustitu •   Wlllj  Kevelstoke in  fruit all  the tunc
oney,   aud   that   Hevelstoke   will      I"-'   und  nlwuys  increasing  the  lead
included in  bis  iteuery.
Tb.*, visit ■•  a ttttiug mom
■   • •..- ti..   i y^'.'-a Clul   t*.     : ring
oui      m'.'muer, thuse     varioua
matters  rr...-   K- Revelstoke     li
aion   govei ..hj. Dl   .' -
le
;*.   . . •■***      [uostions
connected  *,tL tbt Mount Revelstoke
■•at-.* nal i .ii.**., then are also -
ling     the
..   I;* II   1.mis.      tie coutinua •
tion present     branch rallwaj
Held School Report
Monthly   report   ol      Field      public
school lor the month ending  May  311
l're(cribed    school    days         22
Days  school   was  in suasion        22
Total   actual   attendance    2*27.5
Average actual attendance  10.8*1
Pupils actually attending     15
Hoys attending          »
Girls attending       7
Numlier  reports    sent to   parents     12
Tardiness  of  pupils           -H
Number of  pupils  present every sou.
sioii;—Clarice   Hamilton.
MARV   AUGUSTA HUNTER,
Teacher
Aliiert Canyon School Report
Monthly report, of Albert Canyon
public school, (or the month ending
May :ilst,   i:il*2:
Prescribed    school days      22
Pays  school   wns   lu   session        22
Total   daily  attendance     274
Total actual attendance  271.5
Average daily  attendance  1*2.1*5
Average  actual   attendance    12.34
Pupils  actually   attending        13
Boys        6
Olils        7
Greatest number pupils present...    ia
Least   numlier   present         II
Highest number In use to date...    r.i
Number monthly reports sent      ia
SADIE  MILLS,
Teacher.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Meet mo at the Savoy,
The "Sugar Bowl" use only real
fruit syrup at their Boda fountain.
Thermos bottles gud reikis, ltl
Rices and prices at Macdonald's drug
store.
For really choice Chocolates, drop
in  at   the  Sugar  Dowi.
Don't forget, peaches aud cream at
lbe   Savoy.
Royal ltose Talcum powder, one ot
the nicest made, ouly 20c. it tin, at
Macdonald's drug store.
Try one of Piobyn's special dishes
ol ice crcuni called the "Carpathian"
Smile.
The   "Sugar   Uowl"   i.e  cream      is
unsurpassed.
See tbe RevelBtoke Hardware Co.'s
advertisement Ior bargains iu screen
doors and windows.
Films, Kodaks, Chemicals, Inst, tc-
11011  Hooks,   all   the  ucwcBt,  at  M„o
diinald 0   drug   store.
Tbe "Sugar Bowl" ice cream parlors uro now complete. The hest
aud most up-to-date soda fountain 111
the city.   A  visit  will suipriso you.
\ our   losses   assured,   rates  reason -
We—W. B.  Kolwrtaou,  reul estate  &
Insurance.
Victor Hornless Machines il Irom
|-'ii upwards. Kdison Phonographs,
from jl'j.50 upwards.—Revelstoke
Music   Store,   McKeuzie AvsuUe.
Go  Carts,  the largest and    1 il   •
sortment ever displayed In It'
at  Howson's.—Get their cash prices.
Cood    flower   Deeds, Sweet 1 tgs,
Utums   iu   imlk.   .it   MaCduUald s
drug store.
MUSIC—Miss Johnson, pupil of A
Miller. F It A.M , London, is prepar
ed to take a iimited number ol pup
ils lor tuition in music. For terms
apply at tbe residence ol J. K.
Johnson, first house west of the bo*
pital.   First  street.
.* tbe Arrowlakes, and
enini tion of 1       ,:'_'  tt,n an'' '';
■ ..uiuuia  river   loc til]    sn 1    nl ■ bb
tiohally, :     which    *nn    with .
Don . .
It will only need tlie  recital ol the
- "ie.   IT   to  1   .ii   lavor  of Uevelstoke
to show bow useless criticism nr com
ment on the play  would  ••>■
the   weakness  of the  opposition
them    opportunity      all   plnye!   ■■*
rt  the play affords no ci   ■
to   what   Revelstoke  could  do  :f  pit -
ted .igaiust a strong aggregation,
If  the,proposed  scheme  "f   bai
01      competition a  cn;    *
-■:   lhe   Interior
Season  1911, materialises   Revelstoke
■;• tbtedly intei .1 sti  ng team
the   ueiifli
orlng t wni   loetnen worthy ot their
so li■*■•. ors      \     series of ganiss
■■ • '■•■1. Rei    ■  ■ te nn-   (ron
WANTED
Ftiit     HALE   llm.sein id    Furniture,
good as new, uonslstlng ot dwlng-
11 1   furniture.    Souvenir   range,
Piano, etc., bargain prices.    Apply
to Mrs.  (Ieorge lllack,   nest* I" Drill
Hall, Sooond street,  Rovelstoke,
WANTED—At once, six capable men,
for work iu Sash an.l door factory.
Steady employment, for experienced
men. Apply at. Sash und Door Flic
tory.   Rovolstoko.
WANTED—A Dressmaker to go out
sewing by tho day.-Apply Mull-
llorald.
FOK SALE—Cheap, 11 $4*5.00 Baby
Carriage, good as new. 111 use only
six months. Mrs. (1. Ralph Law -
ranee,   McKenzie avenue.
TO LET—Modern bouse on McKonslo
Avenue, vacant June 1Mb. Apply
The    Hevelstoke    tleiieral   Agencies,
Limited,
WANTBD—A young girl ol ubout IU
or 12 yours of age, who is fond of
children, to take cbargo ol a baby
every afternoon of each day ol the
weok. Steady employment for good
girl.   Apply  to  Mail Herald,
ASSESSMENT   1912
Court of Revision
I'UDLIC NOTICE is hereby given
that tho Court of Revision of tbc
City ol Hevelstoke, will he held In
the City Hull on Tuesday, July 9th,
1912, at 8 p.m.
BRUCE A LAWSON,
City Clerk.
Calgary
Industrial
Exhibition^
J
to July 5th, 1912
l reight paid on Alberta Exhibits,
■v h-Ii   uttered   Ioi   prizes   and   pluses,
■i
HI 1,000 Attraction Programme, in-
cluuuig I mini) Ward wan u tntiis
■Aeroplane.
1 ue I anion-. Navassai 1,adies Miiital.,
1).iii'i*
1'iui I*..i-i India lilephauls and  oilier
UMiurca "i merit,
bxlnbiuou eutriet close juiie litU.
i   -   (,. \ AN VVAKT,  President.
-i aud Eurr)   loiuis   lioin  l:.
■ usuu. Manager,   Victoria l'arjt,
*,
*■#*#■***■•*************** *****************
J LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AND READ §
4't Actual comparison of Eastern Catalogue Prices, Frejght added, with rjt
$ BEO"W"SQ]Sr?S   FBICES $
Winnipeg Price   Weight Freight   Total Howson'a Price Delivered   J
Kitchen Chaiis  50c       lOlh     23c     73c        " "       70c   $
Kitchen Cabinet  $ 17S      1501b $3 53c $1012       " "   $ 9.60
S   Dining Table  $10 55       HSIh   3 8?   M 42        " "     H.40
Dining Chairs  88c       I2lb     28c   I IE        " "       1.20
S   Dresser and Stand  8 95    1501b 3.52 12.47      " "     13.00
        125    1601b 3.76 15.01       " "     14.00
%   Bed  3 55     601b   1.41    4.96      " "      5.20
X   Bed  5 35     681b   1.59   6.94 " "       7.20
1   Dominion Spring  2 40     60lb   1.41   3.81 " "      4.00
£   Child's Cot  5 10     751b   1.76   6.86 " "      7.20
Ostermoor Mattress  15.00  $16.50   ^
We make our prollt Iiy shipping In cailouil loU, thereby saving Lfrstgbt rules.   Bring
OAlalugUU giving ili'seiiplinn of othor giioile mil speeilleil in this list lo our storii ami wo
prove our slnleiiii'lils.    Heiuemliei' we ilelii iu* mauls ami set up iree I'rom bl'UakagB,
R. HOWSON & CO. REVELSTOKE, B. C.
NOTIOD
Hevelstoke Laml Dlstriot,
Dlstriot ol  West Kooteuay.
Take notioe that 1, lOlizuliutli
Hannah, ol HuhhIuihI, b.C, occupation Married Women, Intend to apply for permission to purchase thc
(ollowing desorlbed lunds:
Commencing ut a post plaiite.l
uboul. SO chains north ot thc North-
West Corner ol Lot M02, thencc 80
chains south, IUI chains cuct, 80
chains north und 11(1 chains wesl to
point ol coiiimeiii'cuient nnd containing 2-lt) ucres more or less.
Duleil this UUlli ol April,  11)12.
ELlZAUIiTH   HANNAH,
Johu  W,  liunnuli,  Agent.
t.   G.    BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pips
and Furnace work
-WORK   ttliOP—
Uennaught Avo.   -   Rovelstoko
REVHLSTOKB   COUNCIL
No.    21,     KOYAL    TEMl'LABB    OF
TBMPHRANOH
Meeta every 2nd und 4th Thursilays
iu Oddlcllown Hall, at ti o'clock.
Visiting Templars ure cordially in -
v,t"il to attend.
W.  E.   MUNHON,  S.  C.
A.  U. TOUKNEH.  K.  H.
HOBEHT BMITH.
Provincial  Liand  Buveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Englneeriot
McKENZiE AVE.,
I10X    106,    REVELBTOKE
, .,, . Kelowna,     Ross
Nelson.       ,i.l      otbSI
rne vould be a brig ,iv.
■   .  !•■  ample    ompetltion  t*
reeii.t
■e;      •
with • and   is].,.,
..  bit * jnjt.i..
■ --  u-e 'iub are tuiii    .,i *•
tt*   mpi r-tanc'    if these     D
ll    >... , '■ :   10   |
*      Ofl
Sheep Breeding Industry
oth the |
IgboUt    the   lot iri 111"
Canadian  National ga 'hus
istlcally  followed,
The ■Aor.-.i the match *ai
■   ibtedlj   ■:.    pool    iti i.'i."m *
■ itors,     an   exbthltlon '■(
■poi t    ich     as I
Itrong      iranie      pi i,m;s«'.|   to   '
Itawa    Ua) Hoi    Martin Bui    would seem  to     U' worth)  ol a fnt
bas irrangemeilte  lol   greatei
I* **n. ■ *■' ithe  ti,.* general     puhlio, it is Imi
oeep industry  with s  view    to   tu  for   h,   pig .,, to   mpport both th
mprovement    Colonel  McCrai    pre*    personal  umi  tbe     money necsssiUe*
dent of th«' Dominion Sheep Br leri   of tbe fames   out .,f tbeir own     re
Association,  wlll  go to Uritish  Co    sources, and it  ih up to the   p<",p,i ■
lumhin to make a thorough InveStlgS   al  Itevelstoke  to  take a   keener  liit<>r
tion  ol  the   indiiHtry   then',   ninl   Wlll   est  in  these  clean  amateui     sporting
have   the co-operar.i"ti   Of   Hr.   Tolmu'   lixtiiroH.   unless   our   city   ih   to    lose
tbe  live  stock  commissioner  in   Hrit
igb Columtda.
Colonel JlrKwen. president ol the
(intario Sheep Ureoder's Association,
goes to tbe Maritime province! on B
simiiur mission, The minister also In
t-nds  L-ivinR   Ins   attention   to  the 'I •
velopmsm  of th?  wool  l.rancb of the ■»« >"" m™*'
... especially In the pralrlopro     8«« Howson's show
fUntt, and to tli.s end lie is sending Haoioookl and Couches.
its reputation, «o laborou ly oarned
in the past, as the premier sporting
centre of the interior.
j     Hefore  buying  hardware,  call  on thl
Revelstoko  Hardware Co.,  tbey will
window      lot
fire Alarm Boies
Stgnale are given tbui. 2 str lttt,
nterval 5 seconds—4 itrokee, Hoi
1, No. of box will also be shown
0  indicator  st Kire Hall.
bifual for practice—not less U.ai
lx   '6,<  alow  ftroKai.
'.ne ill indicates one brostn or
re out.
FIHE BRIOASH nu   T»u
Bo* No 14—Corner Firsl street
nd McKenttt avenue. C. B. Hume
* Co.
Box No 15—Corner Kirst street
nd   Rr.keby   a»enue,  post  olllcs
Uoi   N      14—Corner  Seeood   street
and   i lover anient   Rood   and       Opera
truss.
Hoi No. 17—Corner Third «t.-«et
a I Campbell avenue, Globs i.um
cr  company.
Box  No.   18—C.P.R.   station.
Boi N" -'t 'orner Kitth street
nd McKenile avenue, Cain .i I
hurch.
liox No. 26—Corner Sixth SUSSt
n.l   lirt.on  avenue.   W.   A.   foots
Uox No. 26—Corner fourth str 'ot
nd Townley street, corner e.rh
rack.
Hoi No. 2S Corner Second strert
nd  Hobson avenue,  Mrs   Haker.
Boi No. 3i-Kire  Hall  No. J.
Boi   No.   35 -Hospital.
BOS No.   36—Bchool.
KfRK   BRIQADB  Nu    »NR.
Hm  No. 44 -Kirs Hell No.  1.
Box No. 46—Front street went.
ear C.  I'.  H.  bridge.
Hox No. 46—Corner King and
loiiglas streets,  f'alnre Ment Market.
liox No. 47—Corner Hecond and
Vales streets,   heck  of court house.
Box No. 4» Corner Third and
'ium* strests, Cowsn blook.
•'.   to      the
"Tendei
k>swell, U.c
til 4 p.  m.,
■ 2   for     tbi
■ Dent Wharl at
Uoswi li te
i *.,.■ and   lorm      "1
M
Department
and *: •    ■
!■>■, .nfineer.      New Weet. -
iu.iis'*.     ti .a   to
^'inaMter at Victoria, It '
'
ppUsd,
.
■   ami
pliioes oi   rt Base "I
.
must
■
im   ;**r  cent.   I
■
■ *i   if   the   person
■
.,IM   upon   to do so.
,-•   writ  ro
i.*.i   . d In    *<• ii .t   *.*
.•Ii ti. || be relumed
The  Department doss nof    Ant  M
,.t   UK,  lowest,   ol   any   ten
i.ler,
it   C   DBBBOCHER8,
Becretary
iiMpnitmeni of piiiiiir Works,
Ottawa, May mi. t'H'i.
Newspapers nill not bt    paid     Ioi
iiim advertisement   it they  insert   it
without  authority from  tta Depart
ment,
.lum   Mh   Irt   issue.
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Bolicitors,  Etc.
imperial  Bank  Building  Rovolstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Rovelstoke,   B.   0.,    aad
Cranbrook, B. O.
l»eo. 8. MeCarter,
A. M. Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
Revelstoke, Cranbrook
H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT
P. O. Box 146, RevelBtoke, B.C.
RUPERT   W.   HAUUEN
RevelBtoke,  B.   C.
Dominion aud  U.  C.  Land  Surveyor.
h.OO'1'hiNA*      LODGE, No.  *■& A. F,
anil A.  M.
liegular     mealing* are held in MAS
UMC TEMPLE,     Oddlellows'      Hall
ou tho Third  Monduy in each mouth
at 8 p.  m.      Visiting brethren      are
cordially   welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W. M.
W. B.  HOUEKTSON,  Secretary.
COURT     MT.      UEOU1K,    No.  Mil.
OK I. O. K.
Meets in I, 0*. O. K. Hall next    to
Tapping's  opera   House  every  second
am!  Ioni'tii   Monday  in  month.   Visit*
.at brethren cordially  welcomed.
Q    W.  BELL, C. II.
WM.   S.   CAMERON,   Hoc.-See.
O.  W. O.   W.
Mountain   View Gamp,  No.  tit
Meet* Second    and      Kourth   Wednes
days    in  each   month   iu    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting   Woodmen  arc
cordially  invited  to attend
A.   J.   WOODLAND,   Cm.   Coin
JAMES   McINTYRE,   Clerk.
SELKIRK      LODGE  12,   1.  O.  O.  K.
Heets every     Thursday eveniug    lu
Btlkirk   Hall   at 8  o'clock.      Visiting
brethren  cordially Invited.
II      HIEGKHIED,    N.  G.
JAM.   MATHIE,   Secretary.
GOLD RANGE I.ODOE,       K.  of    P.,
NO.   26,   REVELBTOKE,   U.   O.
Meots every   Wednesday except   tbe
Third  Wednesday of each montb     in
OddfellOWi'   Hall at I  o'clock.   Visiting Knlgbts are cordially  Invited.
II.   W.   OAKLAND,  C.   C.
II.  H. BROCK, K. of R. * 8.
U. of r.
Sash, Doors, Mouldings' Turnings
We nre 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.
People of Revelstoke, Do Not Be Downhearted
We have the Resources. Capital will come to us
BOOST!    BOOST!
In the time of Peace, Prepare for War.
Now is the time to place money in Revelstoke.
Do not wait for the coming raise.
Call and See Me Before Investing.
W. B. ROBERTSON
THE CANADIAN  BANK
OF COMMERCE
8IR EDMUND WALKER, G.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., PRESIDENT
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manaufb
CAPITAL, - $10,000,000
REST, -   $8,000,000
COLLECTION   BUSINESS
With its larjje number of branches, agents and correspondents, Ths
Canadian Bank of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout
the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on
application.
FOREIGN   BUSINESS ^
Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling,
francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,
can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.
REVELSTOHE   BRANCH--F.  M. GIBSON. MGR
Our Doctors Anli=Septic Shoe is Proving a Winner
This last is filling a long felt want and its waterproof qualities are standing the teat.
We carry a full line of the famous Pene-
tang Shoe pack and all kinds of rubber footwear.
Once a customer always a customer. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ARMSTRONG   &.   COMPANY
Boot and Shoo Repairers, Saddlers Harnoss Makers
FLOUR
■ i
.sr
Use it for
bread, pies,
cakes, biscuits,
m    everything
tod
'-V
It's the   ^|(
chamoion     ^
all-purpose
brand.              ■
Western   Canada  FlujiP'^jftm^Oompany,   Limited
Sold by Hobson & Co., Revelstoke, B.C.
i WEDNESDAY,    JUNE 5,  1912,
TJE3IE1  MAIL-HERALD,  BEVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,   J TNE 5, mi.
$1800
TO BE DISTRIBUTED FREE IN THE
is*
Great Prize Voting Contest
*%?
*s
>
The Prizes will be given to the People who secure the most Subscriptions for the cTVlail-Herald
during the next six weeks. Here is a chance to secure a valuable Prize for an effort. Contest is open to all respectable men and
women, boys and girls of Rjevelstoke and District. Nothing is ever gained by standing back and allowing others to have the best
things of life.   Enter Your Name To-day.
Rules of the Contest
Any in.m, woman, boy or uiri, whose residence is within
the circulation tone of Till; MAIL-HERALD, may enter the
contest.
No employee of THE MAIL-HERALD or member of bis or
or her family is eligible.
Contestant!, may nominate themselves or be nominated hy a
frieml.
The name of a person who places a contestant in nomination
will not be divalgtd.
THK M.Ul.-lIhK.U.Il reserves the ri^bt to reject any nomination without giving the reason (or so iloinn.
Contestants may secure subscriptions anywhere.
Votes will be issued according to the advertised schedules.
Any payment may bc made by a person now taking THE
M.MI.-HEKALL) extends the subscription Irom the date to which
subscriber has paid. Old subscribers, as well as new, by paying
advance or by paying past due accounts will help the candidate.
THB MAIl.-HKRALD reserves the right ts niter any contest, rule or condition, except that the value of the prizes shall
not be reduced.
Candidates must turn in subscriptions as soon as received.
In entering the contest candidates signify their   intention  to
be governed by the aljove rules.
NOMINATION BLANK
The MAIU1ERALD5
$1,800 Voting Contest
1.000
VOTES
1912
I   desire to  make  the   following
nomination :
Name
Address
Nominated  by
Address
NOTE Thia nomination blank Is food for 1,000 fro* votes
Only ono nomination will bo accepted for oaeh candidate
Tho namo« of persons making nominations will not bo divulged.
GRAND PRIZE OPTIONS
1. $850 Player Piano.
2. Trip to New York and Seaside for party of two people.
All expenses paid.
3. $600 in Cash.
SECOND PRIZE
UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO
FOUR DIAMOND RINGS
The Candidates who stand third, fourth, fifth and sixth
will each receive a Beautiful Solitaire Diamond Ring
FOUR GOLD WATCHES
The Candidates  who stand seventh, eighth, ninth,  and
tenth, will each receive a Waltham Gold Watch
THE VOTE SCHEDULES
From Period of May 25th to June 8
One Year $   2.50 2,000
Two years      5.00              5,000
Three years         7.50 10,000
Four years  10.00 20,000
Five years    12.50 30,000
Ten years    25.00     75,000
SECOND PERIOD   June 8th to June 22nd
One year $ 2.50
Two years  5.00.
Three years  7.50..
Four years  10.00
Five years  12.50.
Ten years  25.00..
1,600
4,000
8,000
.16,000
25,000
60,000
THIRD PERIOD—June 22nd to July 6th
One year $   2.50  1,200
Two years      5.00  3,000
Three years     7.50  7.000
Four years        10.00 12,800
Five years    12.50 20,000
Ten years        25.00 45,000
INFORMATION BLANK
CONTEST cTWANAGER
THE MAIL-HERALD:
Please send me detailed information concerning the Mail-Heralds $1,800 CONTEST
and the method to be pursued to win one of the
nvny valuable prizes.
Name  -
Address
Telephone No 	
CUT THIS OUT c^ND SEND OR BRING
TO THE CONTEST OFFICE
How to Enter the Contest
NOMINATE yourself or a friend today—THIS MINUTE. Call up on the Telephone (8) or drop
a card to the Contest Manager, and you will bc supplied with the necessary information and stationery. Get your friends and acquaintances who arc not taking The Mail-Herald to subscribe. If
they are already subscribers, get them to pay all past due accounts and then subscribe for a year or
more in advance. See everybody—it makes no difference where thev live. You will receive votes
for all money turned in for or by you. Write to your friends—all of them. Early energy spells
success. Six short weeks of hustling will make you the winner of a prize that would ordinarily take
you several years to secure. Your friends will subscribe for The Mail-Herald and they will be
pleased to help you. Give them thc opportunity. Clip out nomination the blank and send or bring
it to thc Contest Office. Everything will bc made plain to you. You can win the Capital Prize
if you make up your mind to do so.
•SX2SMZ
The Contest System
Al.I. of thc splendid prizes listed in this announcement, and possibly others to lie announced
later, will be awarded on thc basis of votes secured in thc contest. Votes will bc allowed on all
subscription payments of $1.00or more lo The Mail-Herald. Votes cannot bc secured in any other
manner than as above mentioned. A subscription record will bc issued for each payment made.
This record will show thc name and address of subscriber, tho .-"mount paid and what for, thc number of votes issued and the contestant's name. A duplicate will be kept on file at thc Contest Office
to bc counted by thc |udges at lhc close of lhc contest. The Judging Committee will be composed
of representative business men, and thev will award the prizes on thc night of July <)th. The contest will lie divided into three periods. Twenty per cent, more votes will be allowed during thc first
period than llie second period.    The third period provides for a further reduction of twenty pcr cent.
Contest Opens May 25
} Send in Your Own Name or the Name J
t of a Friend TO-DAY }
cAddress all Communications, etc., to
Contest Manager,
Mail-HeraW, Revelstoke, B. C.
P. O. Box No. 914
Phone No. 8
f.*%.%%.*■%'*%-V'*V%'%-'»-%-».'%.'%.%'»*  «.-«.'»-%'%.*%«%'%.%-»» %^p
t Contest Closes July 6
# A Prize for an Effort J
* . An Effort for a Prize ' WEDNESDAY,    JUNE 5, 1912.
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  EEVKLSTOKE
DDNB8DAY,    JUNE B, 1912,
PRIZE
<?
On next Saturday Night amid No Fire—No Smoke — and no Hot Air, J. Guy
Barber will calmly present to some energetic person a Beautiful Solitaire
Diamond Ring.   Who will be the energetic person ?
OPPORTUNITY IS BECKONING FOR YOU
Do Not Fail to Gall and See Grand Prize Player-Piano
Now On Exhibition at the Revelstoke Music Store
Premier.Back at His Desk
I province generally, be assures mo
thai tbere is very little chance ■■! u
sun.lm bold up iii tlir tuture. Tbe
undesirable element  ,s gone and     it
is nnl  likely  iimi they will evei    be
back   again."
•il
Premier McBrlde 'l.'l not naato i>i>)
time in jettlnj into harness.   \ :bi:i
un hour oi hm return to th' >ut)  U *
tn tli"     I'lit'lmBi- it
btiUdingi   picking   up   tae  threads  •■'
and   yesterd iy   -Ahru
ilonist representative bad   isliort
talk     *;tb    bim    etween   Inl
with  bis mimsteis  lie  mis able toe
■    ' .
t.un *•; tblngi wbich  greetea lru'   hi
bii return. Th-  warmeet appreciat on  thc Urltuh „ag at ber after jafl   ,„.
"M • leaving Yokohama. Tbe sl
tuurtermast
Kelly, who .tt   tut ;■•
British hay flown
Bas   Ki.inriM",   M.i.v    .1 - tt
wUH done purposely ot    unwiti
tbe I'acilic Mmi hiii'i   U . c.   in here
(rum the Pal  Bast and Horn lulu, lie-.*
put the article out ol tlie Ir
ilu* dutiable clan*
Ml.   Vi.   li    ll"i_v,    K.    C,   ail'Cce;:
lor tbe plaintiff, having been 'u.:..nl
to argue that aide by tbe Dominion
governmenl and Mr. Travi - Lawie,
is i ■ , waa li..in.in. a cou . i ;■ • Ui.
tish Columbia  Interests,
Ml    E igi    l.aKli'iir.   K.C.,       M    I
treal, and Mi. U.H. Cowan, li
\ ancouver,  repi       ' •      I iml el
men.
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tbe .  ihipmenl     and
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CATHOLIC CHURCH.
Ht. Fiuncia ol Assibii Catholic
churcli, corner ol Fifth street and
.McKeuzie avenue.
I    Services—<Ju    all     bunduys,  except
the :•.'■•■'.. oi earn month.   Low maun
I with  Communion  ul   ihe  Faithful    at
j D a.m.      High   .M.i.--  at    i" *." a. m.,
' Christian   Uoctnne    Ior children     ul
2:30  p.m.   Rosary  with liendiction ol
ine messed Sacrament iit) p.m.
uu ween days—Holy Mass every
morning ul I'.il). c oulcssions are
heard every evening alter i.iw and
iu tne mornings belore Muse.
J.  C.  McKenzie.   P. P.
IL W. EDWARDS
TAXIDERMIST
A nimal gtRugs, "Game
Heads and Birds ^
Mounted
siding ui   Hanoi
ashore  and     gated  upon  I
rum    (ollowing    the     prank      >
lit    lum     no end ol call
tn hi- .■    "1 hi.-'
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that  I  ..m home ago n,    he
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LKIL'OR   ACT,   UIU.
Nottci   ..- hereby  given tliut on the
application
mteadent
ol  Provincial  I'olice lot tiie grant oi
ol  liquor     I.y
■ . .  the premises
i a.united
ue lands
iCk   A,       1 lull
■ ,.'u II. lb
.  this 26tb ol   May    l IU,
Rosor.*,   . applicant,
P.O.Box 31, Revelstoke
Sewing Machines
A nice new stock of Singer and Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machines
For Site ur Hire
by the month  at Manning's.
All kinds of machine needles
slocked.
UN ION  CIGARS
Inland Revenue Standard for Cigars is 22 lbs. per
1,000. By statistics our Union contains 25 lbs. per
1,000. That proves quantity! What about quality ?   Ask the Smokers and Try One yourself.
UNION  CIQAR  FACTORY
KETELSTUKE, H. C.
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Tai;     The mn, .ra satisfied Winnipeg *     -< J«tyw
m'.w    tbatth,
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Dated IKh day «f May  . I
ALICH   nil.I.M
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BAPTIST  I Hi iii li
DUO    blOOk     west, ill    Ml I
I'm .1        *
II. A., pastor, Sunday serttoM "'•
I || in    umi   V   '.n   p.m.;   Hntnliiy    K hOOl
ami nduii Bible classes ai << HO p m .
M'iii.i.i, .it [.in Iroung Poopto's
Meeting; Wadnetday sl I p m , oburota
I'nini Meeting A rordhtl Invitation
tstonded t" all servlcu, Btraogors
mu lr  welcome.
Fruit Lands
FOR SALE
H.ilmiH liny Isndl in ptri I In 'il
10 or '20 anrcf or nn bloc, i urrcM
pondenot Invited,
John Shaw. Agent.
Box 616 Arrowhead
ROYAL NAVAl, QOLLBOB OF
ha   HALIFAX, N.S.
Tii.- i"  '      [nation i"i tht intry
"1   Naval   i inlets   will   In:   lielil   ut  lhu
sxaminal Ion 11 Dtri ol the ' livil Bor-
rice Commission lo Navember I9i2;
* i» "i guardians ol Intending
Modldatss should apply to tba Secretary, ( i\ii Bervloe Uomm • t,
Ottawa, i"i cntiy papen before in
Uctobet  next.
*i*i 'luteH     must   !"•  I.i'l* -tin    ihj
uses oi il an.l H. "ii 1st October,ili 13
1 aiiets am truiiui'i tor appointmsnl
m  OfflCSrS  in  tlio  Naval   BsTViOS,     th.*
course at tbe Oollsge being two years
followed hy mn' yi'in  in a     rraioing
1 i uiern , attei   wbioh i adel     u ■ tat
i   Mldsbipawn
K'.il.hfi   i|nlniln i in,    -i*   a li tlnud  "ii
iipiiiiranon tn undersignedi
0, ,l. DH8BARATB,
Deputy  Miihhi. i.   In*,, irtn
ol the Naval Ber vies.
Department ol the Naval Bervloe,
Ottawa,   May  lith,   I'lll!.
"CIWL     aiillVlCli    ACT."
Tbo qiiulilyiui; cxuiuiniitioiiB Ior
Third-Class Ulcrss, Junior Clinks and
btsnogrupners will no noln ut tue
lollowing places, commencing ou
Tuesday, tbo zu-u July next:—Arm-
btioug, i hj. iv- "■'*, L iiiiiiiii land, iimi
cun, imiiiMii, Urand KoiKh, Kuuiiooiis
i.aiilo,   Kclowna,   LuilyHmitli,   .■■.auu.
iuo,'- Nolson, New Wrstminwtcr, I'ourh-
iiinil,  ri nice   i,ii|nri.   i'onuctou,   itov-
olsto«c,   ltoHsluiiU,   balmon   Aiim.Si.ih
iiui laml,   \uucouvcr,   uuu   \ ictoiia.
i uihii'i.iii'i, iiiu.'.i bo British Mim -
jilt- between' mo uges ol m uud u>,
il lor Thii.l i-lin-i. Clerks, und between IU nud lil, if lor Juuior Clerks
or  utcuiigrupners.
Applicutious will not lie iicccpled
ii received lutcr ibuu tbo iotb Juu«
next.  ' lb...
Bection 7 ol the "Civil Service Act"
provides thut temporary clerks   and
i'ii**, i u|iin'i: ,    wbo    buve    not   been
regularly     appointed    by    Order     ln
Council,   in.i t   puss  tbia ciuuiinutiou
1\   WALlilfiK,
ltegiulrur,   Civil   tiorvico.
1st ii'Hiii' May 8th.
WATBK  NOTlChl.
Notice is nei'ony gi.ou ui.,t Willis
John Armstrong, ot Hevelstoke, ii.
C, will upply lor a license to tuke
uud uso six (ft) minors inches of water out ol Mill Creek, which ilows iu
u hoiiIii I'u'.ii'i ly direction through
Section tH, Township 16, Hang* 1,
West ol tbe btb Meridan, uud empties into Tniipu Wnt lm river, ueur
Dig biddy, B.C.. The water will bo
diverted ul 200 leet above C. P. It.
truck und will lie used lor irrigation
I'm i">Mi**, on the land described as 35
ucres, pari section 1'), township 'IS,
runge 2, west ot Cth Meridan.
Tbis notice was posted ou tbe
ground on ths llth day oi April, 1912
The application will be nb-,1 in tbs
ollico ol tbe Water Recorder at Itevelstoke, Bl C.
Objections  may  be  Tiled  with     ths
nald     Wuter     ltecorder or  with the
Comptroller  ol  Water   Rights,    Par -
ii.uiimiii  ilulldinge,  Victoria, B. 0.
W1LLIB   J.  ARMSTRONG
Applicant. .,,
Sh/Io/is Cure
nnl. Uiv atop*. cnaSha.  cure. cold.,  h. nl.
the thfoai sallnisi    • - -    a*—"
23 call*
NOTICK.
Ilevcliilnko Lnnd lilstrict.
i'.i n *' i ol West Kootenay
Tuke notice tbut Luna A. Ulondin,
ol i '*'.* . •■" li, C, occupation inur -
ned women, intends to npply lor |er-
i<>isnlon to purcbuso tbe Io.lowing
diHcnhod  land:
| Commencing ut u post plunted on
tbs Houth Boundary sixty chnins went
ot tbe south-rust corner ot Lot 7072;
! i Iimiu i* soutb 2n cbuius, thence east
40 cbuins, lh. in.* north 2(1 cbuins,
to suid south hoiindul y of Lot 7072
j tbence west ulong said boundary 40
chnins more or less to point ol com-
' in"i iiiriil,  containing 80 acres n.oro
1 or  less
Bated March llth,  1912.
Lana A.  Bloudin.
Hugh l'atiusuu, Ageut
EXAMINATION    FOR   INSPECTION
OF   8TKAM-BOILKR8  AND
MACHINERY.
|m**.ui,i..iI"mh [or tbe position ul
Inspectors ot Hteum-boilers und Ma -
cbinciy, under tbe "Stcnm-boilcrB Inspection Act," will he held at tiro
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, commencing Muy illh, 1912, Application
und instruction forms enn be bud on
upplicution to tbr undersigned, to
whom the former must be returned
correctly tilled ln, not later tbnn Mny
1st, 1912. Halary, 8130 per month, in
crenslng %f> per month pcr nnnum to
a maximum ol (180 per month.
JOHN PECK,
Chief  Inspector  of  Machinery,
New Westminster, B.C,
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* WEDNESDAY,    JUNE 5,   1912.
THE MAIL-HEEALD,  REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,    JI'KE 3,  1912.
MALAKWA NOTES
Parties .deBlriug liifofmntloo regarding ths Valley ol the Uardon ol
Eden, can obtain samo Ires ol chargo
by writing to Mr. J. 11. Johnson,
Malakwa,  B.  •'.
This season ut the Garden ol Edeu
there will bc u most prolllic crop
ot Bmnll fruits. Tbc strawberry crop
soring very high, some acres of this
lucioiis  fruit   will   yield  as  high      us
400 crates, while one single acre tnat
has much   time  uud  work devoted to
it will  produce ovor •MX) crates.
lt hns already been demonstrated
iu this valley ol plenty that an en -
orgfltlc rancher can realize fully
$1000 per year from a single ucro ot
strawberries. With un acre ol berries
tlieproduciug $1000 in cash, leaving
uli tho other products ol the farm
as surplus, it can reudily bo Been
tbut u settler endowed only with
bculth und energy need have uo fcur
ol failure, should br locate in the
Uardeu ot Eden.
The Walley of
"The Garden of Eden"
Situated at MALAKWA AND CRAIGELLACHIE. 6. C.
Just 32 Miles West of   Revelstoke,  and   Extending  between Sicamous Junction to Three Valleys Station
Area of First-Class Land-20.000 Acres
Character Of Land   Principally Level.
rkararfnr nf Qnil   Bench   Lands,  Clay    Loam   and Vegetable
iJlullal'H'l   Ul  OUII   Mould, while on Lower Lands Black Loam
Prevails.
Mn Irri/iatinn   Positively no irrigation is needed as Valley is sub-
llU 111 lydllull   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.
Modcrdt6 ClilllfltG   Freezing is  Average Winter Weather.
Prices of Land Reasonable
For Further Particulars About This Garden Spot of B. C, Watch This Page
of the MAIL-HERALD Each Week
Kor markets the Harden of BMen
has the best, only thirty-one miles
to the cast ih RevclHtnke, winch plnro
always offer good priees nnd an abundant, market for all OUT small
fruits. lie*--ldes IWelntoke there i» the
market at Kamloops nnd other towns
intervening, as well as the various
citrni gangs und working crews ol
the C.P.R., which each Hummer nre
camped along tbc line improving the
rond bed. The prices olrtnined for
•small (nuts by the Garden of Kden
settlers is good, strawberries bring
12.50 pcr crate, with other fruits in
proportion.
Ot course it will need work and
planning, acres of small frniU will
not produce gold coins without work
but th«n by the rancher doing faithful work on his Garden of Bden hold
ings he ls handsomely rewarded at
tho end of the season for iris toils.
. . It Might Be Cold. .
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs,
whose natural hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent- Ourtrecord 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.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Proprietor,
Halcyon, Arrow Lakes
Union  Hotel
1 JUST NEWLY REPAIRED
RATES,     .     $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly and monthly rates to be arranged.       Meal Tickets, 21 meals for J6.00
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
A. T. LBV88QUB, Proprietor
Laughton f& Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
i
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.   .AJGBEIRT     STOZSTEl      PEOP.
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros., Props.
Enlarged  »nd Improved.    First-Class in every respect.    All modern convenience!
I.ui km Sum pie Km min.
RaUo $2.00 per day        Special Weekly Rates
Revelstoke, B.C.
HOTEL CLIMAX RESTAURANT
m^mnmmmmmm OPEN NIGHT AND DAY"
White Help Only Employed
Board by the Day or Week
Night Restaurant—Short Order
W. C.  BATCHELOR,       ■       c7Wanager.
Rosedene Nurseries
Revelstoke. B. C.
HouseJPlants, Ferns, etc.
Cut Flowers, Roses, Carnations, etc
Thos. Newell, Prop.
f Designs Box 51
Phone 295
UNION HOI EL
ARROWHKAI)   B. C.
Spatial Attention givin to commercm
mm;" nml tnnrim- Kirst-clate- sanipl
rooms. Ml Mt scenery in Brilinh Colmn
bin, overlooking I'pper Arrow Lake
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
SYNOPSIS |0F^C0AL MIMING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ot the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion ol tbe Province ot British Columbia, may be leased lor a term ul
twenty-one years at an annual rental ol (1 an acre. Not more than
2,56(1 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent ol tbe diBtrict
in which the rights applied tor are
situated.
In surveyed territory tbe land must
be described by sections, or legal
sub-divisions ol sections, and in un-
Burveyed territory the tract applied
lor shall be staked out by the ap -
plicant  himself.
Euch applicant must be accompanied by a fee of (5 wbich will be refunded if the rights applied tor are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty Bhall be paid on the merchantable output ol the mine at the
rate of Uvo cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for tbe full quantity of
merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
royalty thereon. If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, euch
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
The lease wlll Include the coal m la-
lug rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered necessary tor the working ol
tbc mine nt the rate ol J10.00 an
aero.
For full Information application
should be made to the Sccrctnry of
the Department ol the Intorlor, Ot-
towa, or to tho Agent or Bub-Agent
ot Dominion  Lands.
W. W. COKY,
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N.B.—Unauthorized  publication    of
this advertisement  will  not  bt  paid
for.
WASTED TIME
ANDJONEY
BEFORE THEY FOUND 6IN PILLS
Galktta, Ont.
"My husband used Gin Fills for
Backache snd Kidney Disease. The
pain in his back was dreadfnl and
the kidneys failed to do their work
properly. As he became worse, we
found it necessary to begin treatment
and unfortunately wasted time and
mosey on remedies that were little or
no good. After taking one dose of
GIN PILLS, be found tbem to be
exactly what be needed, and after
taking two boxes of GIN PILLS, was
completely cozed. We heartily recommend GIN PILLS, at every
opportunity to onr friends and relatives".   Mrs. JAMKS II. MII.PORD.
Write us, mentioning this paper and
wewillseudyooaaampltboifree. Then,
If yoa cannot get the regular she boxes
at yomr dealer's we will supply too at
tbe regular retail price—joe. a bos, 6 for
f 1.S0—and totmej promptly refunded If
GIN PILLS do not jive aatnUrtion.
National Drug & a—fat) Co. ol
Canada, Limited, Daft. W Tar-out***,  tt
Motor-Cycle Victim
Seattle, May 30 A.H. Piclow, a
clerk, 20 years old, wus seriously injured today when be was thrown from
his motor-cycle iu tbe second race at
MadiBun l'ml today. I'ielow, who waa
close behind the leader in the twenty
live mile run tot nmatcurti, was burled against tbe fence inclosing tbe
course and sustained internal in -
juries.
| they repre-ented. The decision is not
I l.kely to  be rendered for some time.
'Deputy     Minister    of      Justice New-
I combe,   aeting   Ior the   Aitorney-Uen-
I eral ol Canada,  was beard tbiB morn
I ing. He  pointed  out,  at the opening
oi  bis  brief  address  tbat neither    of
I Mr.  Hellmuth nor Mr.  Migneault who
' yesterday  was  heard iD opposition to
the bill as representing the Dominion
had any  brief  or instructions     Irom
tbe  Dominion   to  Bay   that  ihe quea-
tions should not be     answered.     He
submitted  that the recent decision of
tbe  -udicial  committee  of  the  Privy
Council in  thc companies'  case    conclusively settled  the duty  ol the  Bu-
prenie Court to answer all questions
Want River Deepened
Spokane, May 3*0—Farmers of Wa*-h
ington and Idaho, in annual convention ol tbe district union, in tension
here, weut on record today in lavor
ol moving the government machinery
now being used on the Panama Canal, to the Northwest, and using it
to open tbe Columbia, river to tbe
Canadian border and tor opening the
Snake river and the bake Washington
canal.
W. J. Lightburne, Prop Phone 42 -   Night Phone 85
Dr. de Van's Female Pills
A reliabla French regulator; never lalls. Then
pills nre eiceedlngly -powerful In regulating the
Generative portion of lhe lemalesyitcm. KHUN
all cheap Imitations. Dr, de Tan's ara sold at
»5 a bnx, nr three '."r 110. Mailed to anv addre".
Ihi Scoball Pra« Co,. St, Catharines, Oat.
The Marriage Case
Ottawa,  June 1.—The marriage case
bas been argued to its end. The last
word   was  spoken   shortly   nfter    ono ]
o'clock yesterday, There now remains!
only the decision   ol     thc     Supreme
Court ol Canada and then the whole
cam   will  be gone over again betore\
the Privy Council in England.     The'
case  before the  Supreme Court brought out five solid days of talk, eight
lawyers presenting arguments for and
against the various questions    wbich
nre to be  decided.  The  judges    took
an active part in the discussions and
iiiiitiriiiBlly   suggested   points      which
should be elucidated.   At the     coa-
elusion ol the case today Obief  Justice  Sir  Charles Fitzpatrick thanked
* thc  counsel  Ior  "the historically  important array of lart« ond arguments
whieh  they  had  presented"  and stat-
ed  that they  had  upheld  the  reputation o! the     provincial    bars which
There are no dead flies
lying about when
WILSONS
FLY PADS
are used as directed.
All Druggists, Grocers and General Dealers sell them.
ShiMsCurr
a.lot ly .top. comta. snw co Wa.
tt» throat sad lamia. -   -   -  M WEDNESDAY,    JUNE 6,  1912.
PETTIPIECE
ACQUITTED
THE J^^IL-IHIEIljk.LID,  EEYELSTO'K-E
WEDNESDAY,    JUNE G,   1912.
Tbe case  lor    the     crown    in    the
cbargeb t'l  unlawful assembly against
K.l'.  Pettipiece,  Walter  Read,    Wm,
Heme,     Wm, 11. Coombs,   Jan.   H*
Kisher. Wm.  McDowell   and    Oharles
Lester,  was  almost    completed    last
night  when  the court adjourned! Tbe
men  are on trial  in  tbe  assises Oil  0
charge  u!  unlawful  usHtuibly ut u Iree
■*.;*••• b meeting  on tbc Powell street
groundB un the afternoon ul Sunday
Jan. -'•* !
Deputy elm*!  Mulhcrn liuJ testified i
*"*""•>   *■" I public squares  iiuii     parks,  and also
;n thc morning that in hie opinion the
ci rd was likch to lead to a breach
ol the peai id had refused to disperse when ordered to. His evidence
was corroborated by Detective Chum
pl n ..:..  Inspector McLennan,     The
men charged with unlawful assembly
at the Powell street grounds ou Jnn
28 last. The verdict was received
QUletly, Mr. Justice Gregory having
previously warned the public present
that order must be preserved In tho
courtroom. The men were, however,
warmly greeted in the corridors by
their li lends as tbey left tbu courtroom,
As the boms slipped by without I
any lu lieation that a decision wus
being arrived at, it was commnuly
believe.i that u disagreement would
be reported, but uu the stroke ol 7
o'clock tbe jury returned to ask uo
further directions from his lordship.
Tbey wished to know the bearing of
tbe law in regard lo meetings held lu
said thai when the police came
up !:•■ ht ard    ome one shunt,   "Here
out       natural    enemy,    the
police |
Ilev.   Mertoc  Smith,  former  pastor
'■'.  Knoi church,  whu at the time hud
been  visiting   ,' a  residence overlook-1
Ing tl     •■   in .     also euppot ied    the
■ ■  of   the   police.
"You have expressed     some     hard i
feelm*-'*-     al  iut  these    men,    haven't1
you'.'  asked   Mr.   Bird.   "Vou  suggested tbat tbi   Vi| lantes should be called out, didn't yuu?"
"I  ;..'.•:   suggested   Vigilantes,     I
did once suggest thai if   ibe  author;-,
t.es  wished  it  tbey  eould  call  un live
thousand  men  to enforce  order."
"I suppose you'd have been willing
to have Bhouldered a gun yourself?"
"We::, .t   wouldn't have  been lor tbe
first time."
"How     long  did  yuu  stop  in    the
Crowd  watehing  the  disturbance'."'
"Until  it  was all  over."
■whether the meeting became an unlawful asa'iulily u.ter Deputy Chief
I of Police Miilherii had spoken to Pe*'
I tipieee.
I His lordship, iu reply, told tbem
that the law prohibited moetlngs In
squares and parks il thc meeting-
were for the purpose of creating di"-
■ order, He further told tbem that
' the deputy chief's unlet' tu I'ettipieee
dui not necessarily make the meeting
an unlawfulassembly, After retiring
again, the jury made a prompt return
and announoed that tbey found all the
accused not guilty.
In then* addresses Mr. J.W. Karris
and ,1. l-l. Bird ridiculed the idea
j that the men had gone to the meeting with intent to cause a breach of
thc peace. Mr. Karris pointed out
that not a single ollicer was molested
' although the promoters of tbe meeting outnumbered the police by six to
one. Noi une of tbem had gone
armed with a slick or a stone. His
client,  Pettipiece, he said,  was a mun
Cowichun—September  211-21.
Comox —October n
Coquitiam—September 20.
Chilliwack—Septembei'  19-21,
Central Park—September 12-12.
Cranbrook—September is-1'J.
Delta—September 2U-21.
Grand Forks—September 20-27
Greenwood* September ut).
Golden—September 21-25.
Islands—September is.
Kent — September   12-13.
Kamloops -September 18-19-20.
Kelowna—September  20-27.
Kaslo—October  15.
baugley— September 25,
Mission—September  21-35.
Maple Ridge—September 25-2-u.
Matsqui—-September 20-27.
Nunuiniu—September   17-lS-l'J.
N.  and  S.  Saauicb-Oetolier   15.
Nicola—September 25,
North   Vancouver- September   7.
New Westminster—October 1-5.
Nelson—September  22-23-2*5,
New Denver—October 2.
Penticton—September 29,
Revelstoke—October 8-9-10,
Richmond—Soptomber 25-26,
Shawn i gan —September   18.
Salmon Ann   Beptember 27-2S.
Summerland—October 30-31.
Surrey- Septembei'  21.
Trail—Sep tember   25-20.
Vornon—October 23-21.
Vancouver—August  10-17.
Windermere—Soptomber 211-21.
Victoria—(Provincial  exhibition)  —
Soptomber 24-28.
KALE   OF    MINERAL    CLAIMS.
lu
who   believed   there   was  no  harm     111
LAND     REGISTRY    ACT.
WHV  Hh   WAS  THERE.
doing  guud   ,111 a   Sunday and   lie   hail
gone to  the  meeting to deliver n mes
sage ol comfort  and hope to the men   Land  Registry  Ulliee,
out ol employment, Vancouver, B.C.,
Mr.   J,   E.   Bird  claimed that     the 21st  Muy,   1912.
park commissioners alone had a right      I,,   tbe    mutter of a certain agree-
"Vou were with tbe rest oi  the un-' to interfere     with    meetings    taking   meQ{  0[ sa|e uud  purchase ol     Lots
employed   merely   watching out ol Idle ' place  in   the      park-  under  their con- \HI   is,   I'J,   2'J mnl  ->i  in     subdivision
curiosty I suppose'" I trol.   He said thc accused men were."!}",  Lots 30 and 31  iu Subdivision
"I  was  interested  in  see.ng      what   only renewing the struggle that their  "O" and Lots 27 and 2S in Subdtvls-
happened." I forefathers  bad  in  other  plans     to ion "D", Block  158,  District LotJolu
"And   you   were  in no danger  your-   secure  tbe  privileges  that we all   now   City of Vancouver, duted 9th     July,
sel!n
enjoy, uud he asked thc jury not toj isy^. entered into by uud between
have tbem thrown Into   prison    and William F. Van Antwerp, ol tbe one
j declared to be criminals. ! part and Thomus  E.  Wilson of     tbo
Mr.  A.   1).  Tnylor.  K.   0.,  fur    the  other part;  uud  In  the  matter of    a
I crown, beld thut |( the meeting j eeiUin Agreement of Sale and Pur -
threatened   the    peace,    as  witnesses j cuuse of Lot 21, in Subdivision "IS",
"Yes.  I wus.  I  was  iu serious duu-
jrer  u! getting hurt."
After  the  police started  in'."'
"Yes."
"That will do," concluded Mr. binl
"But you were not in danger Irom bad declared it did, then it was right I Block 15S, District Lot 20-la, dated
tbe police'" asked the crown prose and proper fur the police to disperse 21st October, lv.)2. entered into by
cutor, A. D.  Taylor,  K.C. it, nud  if  the  promoters p Listed in | u„j between William K. Van Antwerp
"No," replieii Rev. Mr. Smith. [defying the police then the meeting Lf the one part and Vuuel Carrysr ol
Sergt. Munro, P.C. Carl Anderson became an unlawful assembly. To the other part.
and !'. C. Robert Sheurer gave fur- the statement of Mr. Farris that sub | whereas satisfactory proof ol
ther corroboratiun to tbe police uc- sequent meetings bad ten i.eac .ill breach of convenants and of re-entry
cuunt ul the meeting. Munro, wh,> and orderly, he retorted that it was uud recuvery of possesion by tho
arrested Heme, said thnt Heme was because the ringleaders were then in registered owner.
waving    h-.s     arms and      taying,   "1   jail.
fought at      Ludysmith  aud  111  fight      This was the Inst case on the due
here,  stand  firm,   men,  und  light  for   ket Ior triul at the present assizos.
your rights."  As a result a  number ,	
of men turned  back and joined in the
light.
Inspector Scutt. whu wus nlso present, said he full;, expected trouble us
on the previous Sunduy when some of
tbe men were arrtsn-J the crowd was
defiant.
"The police were 111 a defiant mood
too,   weren't   ihey " asked   Mr.   Bird.
"Tbey were there to disperse the
crowd."  replied Inspector Scott.
Tbeec men defied the police be -
cause they thought the police had
no authority to suppress their meetings,  didn't  they''"
"I do not know   what tbey thought"
Mr, Farris took up the cross-exum
mation later. "What would happen
lit Liberals or Conservatives or
Socialists were holding a meeting iu
the Horse Shew building and the police rushed in and started to break up
meting?     Would you   expect a
Dates for B. C. Fall fairs
the County Court uf Wist Kooteuay  rioideu ui. Revelstoke,
Frana iviuAiuay vs.  Deutrl e   .dines,
Ltd.,  (Non-personal Lluuillty.l
A.  A.  llomau  vs.     Deuti'ieo     Amies,
Ltd.,   (Nou-persuniil  Liunillty.)
John UuiHlet'soii anil uilu is vs. Beatrice    Mines,  Ltd.,     1 .-.un peisuual
Liability.)
l'ursuunt to the judgements in the
uhove actions beating dute the 3utb
Juno 1911, tho ordor Ior salo therein
contained and thu Directions givcu
lierclu ou tho 2nd May, 1912, tenders
will lie received lij the uiiilersignoj
lor the purchase oi tbe lollowiug
mineral claims:
"Beatrice" Mineral eluiiu beiug Lol
No. 45811, Uroup I.
"I'Uinoud" Mineral claim beiug Lot
Nn.  2u3*i,  Uroup  i.
"Kolsom" Mineral claim being Lul
No, 1087, Uroup 1,
All situate near Oamborne 111 the
Lardeau Mining Division ol West
Kootenuy  District, B.  C.
1 '"ii..1,In uiiie development work hus
been done ou  tho Beatrice claim.
Tenders are to ho iiiudu 111 writing
and sealed and murkeii "Tender Ior
lleutrice Mines property" aud addressed to the Undersigned ut Rovelstoke, B. C, on or hefore the ISth
day ol June, 1912.
The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Further partlcu -
lars of tbc properly will be furnished
on application to Vi. I, Briggs,
I'liiiiitillB   Solicitor,   Revelstoke,   B.C.
Dated this 8th day of Muy, 1912.
w. is. Mclaughlin.
Deputy  Registrar  County  Court,
Revelstoke, B, C.
First  iBsue  May  S,  4wecks.
NOTICE.
Revelstoke Land District.
District of West Kooteuay.
Take notice that Adelard S. Blondiu, of Halcyon, B. C, occupation
shipwright, iuteuds to npply for permission to purchuse tbe lollowiug
described  lund:
Commeuciug at u post pluuted 2u
chains south and 80 chains west ot
the south-east corner ol Lot 7072;
theuce south 40 chains, theuce west
211 chains, thencc north 4*9 cbuins,
theuce cast 20 chains more or less to
point of commencement, and containing eighty acres, more or less.
Dated March llth, 1912.
Adelurd  S. Blondin.
Hugh  Pattinson.  Ageut.
WATER    NOTICE.
Uritish Columbia's
now compiled, show
from   August   10-1
full  lair  dates,
dates ranging
the   week   uf   tbe
Vancouver exhibition, to October 30-
31, wheu tbe Summerland exhibition
will  be held.  Following  la the list:
Arrow Lakes  Octobet   1 5
Alberni -September 18.
Armstrong—Octobei   h-it.
Burquitlam—September 2v
Bellu t.'oolu—October 30.
Catherine 1. B. Muusou.
has been  produced to tlie Registrar
and filed in this office,
'   Notice is hereby  given that, at tho
(expiration  of  thirty  .lays  from    the
date "f service hereof, 1 shall cancel
the      registration  of    the said  agree- Notice   Is  h,*rel.j-   given      thut    30
ment   upou   the   registers   of  th.s  uf- days after date I intond to apply to
ii,e.   in  pursuance  "f  section   160    <■( tin*  Water  Commissioner for Twenty
tin*  "Land  Registry  Act"     a reprint Miners'  Inches of Water to  be  lukeu
of  which  section    ■  endorsed  hereon, from Dnvis Creek, and to be used for
ARTHUR  G.   SMITH. Irrigation   purposes  on  the  following
District  Registrar. 'i"scnbcd     land.—Part ol the S.    W.
Tu Thomas E, Wilson, Youel Carryer one-quarter Bee Ion 88, Township 20,
The I).stnet Registrar has directed Range :•. W., 5th Meridian, north of
that tbe above notice be sorv.-,!     by Arrowhead, Il   Of
thereof  fur one munth in Dated th-.s Tth day of May 1912.
nay  newspaper. ETTA O. HAIbH
tbe
r.ot"
' No, not .'. it was a meetiDg tbat it
was the duty of the pulice to dis -
perse," laid the  w.tness.
TELL   BETTER    WITH PICTURES.
Rev. Mr. Macauley, a mis-nonary to
the loggers, called by tbe crown
he noticed a "marked unrest" tn the
rt rd .if .'■ tfcty had soni' grlevanci
tfcey wanfe-d to g," 'iprcesmu to,
the erowd
sa .l.spereed th* better, A mat »•
mn       1       iding  from a  -
I hear what  thej were
*•■    Mr. Farris.
' T: • I   D   .'   '   ■'»'" * ' * • ' •
t -.t1**,■• Plan ductn:.. I r 1 jou
kaov,
"It  li not  likely."
"But yui could not swear to the
• untrary?"
"Nu. I do nut know."
Home  pl "' ■.'■■'>; ti- th»
•..'at** lot h.m to Idenl ti
"Ii that   Wn,,:  tbe   1
l.ke" asked  Mr.   Kurr.s
"I could tell bettei • it were »
moving picture," emi witness with a
laugh.
R.E. Matter, a clerk, said be had
feared a breach oi the peace ecausc
■of thf "deimnt cheers" be beard be-
fore the police     arrived,     He     was
rruSP-exomiiK-d bj Mr. Bird OH 'he
difference between deimnt and ordinary cheers.
"Where did yuu qualify to become
an expert to tell wb-n a bre* b of the
peace is UWy tb happen?" demanded
Mr.  Farris
"In Belfast nnd Dublin" replied the
witness promptly, ward a peal of
laughter, In whi h tbe court and ru
nnBel juinwl
Mu r a tl "■•■ hour deliberation, an
v rt Jury la*  1 Igbl  acquit
Led R.P. l'ctt.tuctc iiuii UM •** otbw
be best
in at mai ior
each purpose.
MINERVA
PURE READY PREPARED
PAINT
THE FAMOUS BRITISH BRAND
for exterior and Inl '   " '""'"'•
and n """" ''" ' ,     .
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, m more - rtuable.
MINERVA    1
Look for Hit   MINERVA  I ■'» >'•» '
, ...      u, contains Full Imperial Meaaurr
honiinent dealer* at all pointi sell MINERVA PAINTS,
in . iding
Hardware.
Paints, etc.
Revelstoke Hardware Co.
\*V Hi- MINERVA  V""'- Polders and
Information,
1   < *
Made in Canada by
PINCHIN, JOHNSON AND CO. (CANADA) LIMITED      /
/ Established in F.nglsnd In 1834 |^
/ "IT'S SO EASY TO PAINT WITH MINERVA"
i
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Corporation tf the Citj
of Revelstoke
TUI3L1C  NOTICE.
i'ublic Notice is hereby given tbat
it im absolutely nece-smiiy that uiu-
urders of a suupiciouB nature be reported to lir. McLean, City Medical
Health Utliccr or other pbyuiciuui,
as soon us known. Failure to do this
is a punishable olleiicc.
by Urd'r,
B. A.  LAWSON,
City  Clerk.
Now Is the Time to
Get Your Flower
Garden in Shape
We jrrow the finest bedding-
out plants that can be Krown.
2'i diffeient varieties of ASTERS. Write for our complete
price list of ROSES, SHRUBS,
PEONIES, DAHLIAS, etc. All
plants now ready.
FRACHE BROS.,
Florists, Columbia, R.C
R. Z. CRAWFORD
CONTRACTING
PAINTER
Satisfaction  ^unrantced
Agent  for   Flexlume   Electric
Signs
R. Z. CRAWFORD
Rpaldenne Oor, 3rd St. and RobBnnavi
Shop iu Alley back ol Ii. J. Bourne's
Store, First Street
RttVaLBTOKB   COUNCIL
No.   Sl,    HOYAL    TBMPLARB    OF
TBMPBRANOB
Meets every -n.i uud lm 'lhuredays
in OddlellowB Hall, at 8 o clock.
Visiting Templars are cordially in -
vited to attend.
W. K. MUNSON,  S. C.
A.  D. TOURNER,   R.   S.
KOBBKT SMITH,
Provincial  Land  Suveyor,
Mining Surveyor,
Elngiuesrin|
McKBNZIB AVE.,
BOX   106,    REVKLSTOKB
HARVEY, McCARTER
AND PINKHAM,
Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.
Imperial Bank  Building Revelstoke, B. C.
Money to Loan.
Offices—Hevelstoke,    B.   O.
Cranbrook, B. O.
Geo. 8. McCartsr,
A. M. Pinkham,
Revelstoke,
aad
J. A.   llaivty
Cranbrook
.      H.      WALLACE
ARCHITECT.
P. O. Boi lib, itevelstoke, B.C.
RUPERT   W.   1IAUUEN
Revelstoke, B.  0,
Dominion and  B.  C.  Land  Surveyor.
'ui'iii'.N.n      L.ODUE, No.  'tit A. t'.
and A.  M.
Regular     meetings are held in MAS
u.MC TEMPLE,     Oddfellows'      Hall
ou the Third  Monday  in each month
at * p. in.     Visiting bretbren     ars
cordially  welcome.
W. THOMSON,  W. M.
W.  B.  ROBERTSON,  Secretary.
' 'ii.llT     MT.      BEUB1E,   No.  iit.1.
OF 1.  O. F.
Meets in I. u   o.  F.  Hall nsxt   to
Tapping's  lutein   House  every  second
ami  fourth  Monday  in  month.   Vialt-
•ug  brstbisn cordially  welcomed.
O,  W. BELL, C. R.
WM.   ri.   CAMERON,   Rec.-Sac.
O.  W.  O.  W.
Mountain  \ nw  Camp,  No.  iit
Meets ritcund    and      Fourth  Wednes
days    in  each   month   in    Selkirk
Hall.      Visiting  Woodmen arc
cordially  Invited  tm attend
/,    .1.  WOODLAND, 1 on.  inin
JAMEH  McINTYRE,  Clerk.
BILKIRK     LODOI 11, I. O. 0. F.
Meets evnry 'rhurnday evening in
Hnlmik Hall at H o'clock. Visiting
hrirthii>n  cordially  Invited.
II      : IK'.KItlKli,    N. O.
JAM.   MATHIE,   ;■■!». ivtary
00L0 HANiiK LODOI,     K. of   P.,
Nil.   K.   RKVKLHTOKB,   B,   O.
Meets svery  Wednesday sicspt   tbs
Third Wsdaeaday of saoh month     ln
OiMlsllowi'  Hall  at I  o'clock.   Visit
Ing Knights are cordially invited
(1    W.  flARLAND,  0,  C.
U.  II   Bitot K.  K   ol H. * 8
m. oi r.
Smoker's Supplies
The old reliable hum bus the largest and best line of Smokers'
Supplies ever In the ( lty, ami our prices are ri^ht. Fifty brands
of cigars in choose from.   Price from $1,00per box up;   not made
lrsin si-tap cither.
Meerschaum  Pipes from $3.00 to $10.00
Calabash Pipes from $3.50 Up
Our siui-k   of  Calabash   Pipes is small on account of tbe
crop being B failure Ibis year Htul quality poor.
Briar Pipes iu cases from $1,00 up.
Ask for the famous II. !'■ B. brand! livery pipe iR guaranteed.
Cigar and Cigaretle Holders, Oases ami Lighters, Pouches,
Ash Trays anil Pipe UueUs. Tell US what you want and we will
suit you. Ifyou cannot call, phone .17 ami goods will be sent to
your home lor approval.    Buy early while stock is complete.
McKinnon's Cigar Store
i
\
'
ASK THE DRIVER
Everybody knows him, he will
toll you thai the whiskeys we are
selling are the best. Call and be
convinced, No household should
be without a supply of our Har-
vey'B Speolal Scotch Whiskey; our
Frapin Liqueur Brandy, guurnntead
BOyeats old or Blaokberry Brandy
for Medicinal purposes, Our stock
of choice WineB and Liquors of all
kinds are unexcelled. Sold by all
tho leading hotels, or telephone
The Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
importers ard Boalors In Pure Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Cigarettes
rtr-
JUST PUT INTO STOCK
A BIG LINE OF
Fresh Imported Groceries
D. GaUicano, Second Street
White-Star-Dominion
CANADIAN StRVICt
Royal Mail Steamers Sailing Every Saturday
Wireless and Deep Sea Signalling Appatatus
New Triple-Screw New Triple-Screw
S. S. Megantic   i\«<w tons each   S. S. Laurentic
Blectric Elevators       Skilled Orchestra      Blectric llea^rs, etc.
Sails May Uth, June 8th, July 6th.
May 25th, June 15th, July 13th
FIRST ClftSS, $32.50.   SECOND CUSS, $53.75.   THIRD CUSS, [!
K&V] S32.5D
one-olaae tl ll Cabin aervloe.
Twin-Screw S. S. Teutonic     Twin-Screw S. S. Canada
582 feet long, IS,0(10 horsepower 514 Feet long
Saiis May l8th, June 15th, July l3th.    May 4th, June 1st, 29th
$55 and up, Third Class, $32.50. $50 and up, Third Class, $31.25
All steamers sail from Montreal, calling at (Juebec.
Kiubnrk night before sailing.      No hotel expenses.      No transfer charges
Company's llllirrs, 618, Second Ave., Near Cherry Sl., Seattle
THE MOLSONS BANK
INCORPORATED  1866
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
191K> 1911
Capital       ....        * 3,000,000 * 4,000,000
Reserve 8,000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....        23,677,730 35,042,311
Itoam and Investments         -      27.457,090 38,854,801
Total Assets        -      -       -        33,090,192 48,237,284
Haa (3 Blanches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all
the Principal titles In the World.
a OENlHAL BAN-KINO BU8INIM TRANBACTBD
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interact allowed at highest ourrent rate.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
E.   Q.   BURRIDGE
Tinsmith Repairs, Hot Air, Pipe
and Furnaoe work
-WORK   SHOP
Oonnaught Ave.   -   Reveletoke
WALL PAPER
AND CARPET CLEANING
New Lightning Method
Oil Painting) ami Painted Walls
Cleaned like new.
KALSOMINING
hii" i IhingihK a Specialty
Eatimatea Given
Mirror Making and  re-Silvering
Glass Cutting and Boring
Glass Frosting and Staining
Picture Framing, etc.
Prices Reserved.
D. W. BRILL
Painter. Pnper Hanger, Decorater
Kevelstoke, b C
Dr. J. C. Morrison
Dentist
Poat QrsdtuteJCUIcago.U&lvenlty
Specialty   All   Porcelain and
•Uwil Crown i ■ 11* 1,. Work
Cor. Granville and Robson Sis.
Vancouver
(tier I liu mmi in'.'. Drug Store
Phone Scy- 52-38
Lumb
umoermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -  Revelstoke, B. C
before Inn ing yonr mil
fit   of working   clothed
for the lni»h.   I make a
specialty    of    Logging
Shoe*, Pants, Box, Shirts
Blanketi ana everything
it'jnir-wl iu youi butiuttt. WEDNESDAY,    JUNE 5,  1912,
T.o:E  IMI^IL-IHIIEIR^r.ID,   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,    JUXfl 5,  1912.
ri
THE ONLY SHOE STOCK
IN TOWN WHICH CAN
SUPPLY THE NEEDS OF
THE WHOLE FAMILY
Revelstoke's Department Store
C. J}, tfume & Co.. limited
OIR SHOE MOTTO
Classy Shoes in newest designs
at a minimum cost for maximum wear.
OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Li*     ) C   "I       All our Ladies' Suits  go  on  sale   Friday   and   Saturday   a  a   Bargain.
3.U16S   OUltS"Thcre are ahout io of them, sizes ranging from 34,   36  and   38,     Worth
up tO $27. so	
All at One Price Now,—$12.50
a"l I       )    n j  «yr    i   t\ Another lot of Children's Romp-
ildren s Rompers and Wash Uresses--Crs and wash Dresses to goon
Sale Thursday and Friday	
A Good Bargain at 50c. Each
m*i     /*  ii        C it    i       Ladies' and Children's Knit White Cottnn Sum-
lte  LOllOn   JUmilier   YeStS~mer Vests, with or without Short Sleeves at.. ..
20c, or 3 for 50c.
ar Tf             ij            Ladies' Blacks and other colors.  These are all perfectly
earanCe 01 I anCy flOSe—new goods.    We have an overstock of them and  they
are coming your way at	
Per Pair, 25c.
Li»     «          i   rti "i i        i    tx                      Ladies' and Children's Drawers and Tights,
adies and thildren s l/rawers--Fast Blacks, any size, at each	
35c. or 3 for $1.00
«i      i     q'ii    t»      i   tj            For Ladies—A good Summer stocking, Lisle foot and top,
DlaCK   Jllk   DOOl   IlOSe—and Pure Silk Thread Boot,  at	
Per Pair, 75c.
Ladies' New Long Kid Gloves—The Short-Sleeved Waists and Blouses that
are used now call for long gloves,    Casscos Francis' finest maker has sent us
a complete line of Black, white and tans in the different lengths at	
$1.50, $2, and $2.50
Ladies' New Long Silk Gloves—Fowne's English make.   All hive double
finger tips, fully guaranteed, in tans, whites, black, all lengths, at	
$1.00 and $1.25
Fowne's English Lisle Thread Gloves—In the long lengths, all with double
fingers, Black and white, in the good washing kind, at	
75c. and $1.00
The Charming New Parasols are attracting attention.    We have a special one
iii a White Linen, All-Over Embroidery, at each	
$1.75 Each
Groceries and Crockery Department
SYRUPS
Our stock of Syrups at the present time arc
unsurpassed. Lylcs Golden Syrup. Edwards-
burg, Corn Syrup, Imperial Syrup, MacNally's
Pure Syrup, fresh from the Maples of New Brunswick, and other brands of Golden Syrups. For
table use, cooking and candy making, we can surprise you in Syrups. Phone or send the children
to the Store.
CANNED GOODS
This is thc time of year when your stock of
fruits and home-made pickles are getting low. We
have been fortunate enough in securing the famous
Vineland Brand of Fruits and Vegetables this year
and although equal or lower in price to any other,
the quality of this particular brand is thc reason
that everyone asks for it. Put up in 2 lb. cans of
every fruit and vegetable on the market.
PICKLES-
We pride ourselves 0 1 the fact that we can put
on the market Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles fresh
from thc makers at a price that is all our own. Pts.
at 35c. and Quarts at 65c. per bottle, in Mixed,
White Onions, Chow-Chow, Walnuts and Gcrkins,
Wc save you money by buying direct.
SUMMER DRINKS
We are now showing a large assortment of
Summer Drinks. Lemonade Powder, Welch's
Grape* Juice in half pints and quarts, Rose
Lime Juice in pints and quarts, Montserat Lime
Juice in 1 pint and 1 quart bottles, Nabob Lime
Juice in pints and quarts. Cider from the land
of Evangeline, and Pine Apple Juice, the best
that can be had.
FANCY CROCERIES
Another car of the newest and best Groceries that we could prorure are now unloading at
our Wholesale Warehouse—the largest stock in
the city—all new and fresh goods. We can
supply you with the best on the market. Get
our prices and see where you can save money.
BAKING POWDER
SEE OUR CORNER WINDOW for Price's
Baking Powder. We have the largest stock in
the City. All new and fresh goods as we buy
in large quantities. We are always able to
give you a price that will make you feel that
we are working for your interests.
6 oz., 12 oz., 21-2 and 5 lb. Cans
Men's and Boys' Furnishing Department
Youths' Suits
They are made for that boy of yours who
has just taken to long trousers. Nice, neat
tweeds, strong and serviceable; classy worsteds
that look and wear well. They come in the
newest cuts and the most up-to-date cloths.
Bring the boy here for them.     Sizes, 33 to 35.
Prices, $7.50 to $15.00
Men's Working Trousers
We are the leaders in workingmen's goods.
In trousers we have them all beaten.   A glance  •
at a few of these lines will assure you that we
are in a position to back up what we say.
A NEAT STRIPE WORSTED CLOTH
TROUSER-Full and roomy. Buttons will not
come off  _	
Price, $2.25
A fine stripe worsted, hard woven, two
hip pockets, made for wear       	
Price, $3.50
WHIP CORD WORKING TROUSERS-
Made from English whip cord, grey colors, two
hip pockets, hard wearing and serviceable.
Prices, $3.50 per pair
CORDUROY WORKING PANTS—Light
weight and pliable. Light color, peg top, roll
bottom, belt straps
Price, $4.00
LIGHT CORD KHAKI PANTS-Soft and
light weight. Will wear like iron. Peg top,
belt straps, flaps on the pockets. __  	
Price, $2.50
Men's Shirt Bargains
On Thursday morning we will put on the
bargain table a line of Men's Soft Collar Shirts-
They are all in light Summer patterns and all
in good condition. You can't make a mistake
on these as they were all good values at the
regular prices. Neat stripes and solid colors in
sizes from 144 to 164.
Sale Price, 80c. Each
Straw Hat Bargains
Don't forget our table of Half-price Hats.
Real values that you are going to need right
away. The regular price is marked on every
hat and the sale price is just half of that. Just
as sure as we are going to have hot weather,
you are going to be interested in these. Don't
forget them.
Half Price
Children's
Warm
Weather
Hats
For all size Children. Straws and Canvas
Hats in shapes to suit any little boy or girl.
Round shapes, boaters and sailors, Neat little
wash hats for play ; dressy little hats for Sunday.   They are all here.
Prices 35c to $1.50 Each
HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
This Department has everything that you will require to make your home bright and cheerful for summer, and now is the time
to look over and make your selections, at prices that will suit your wants, from a well assorted stock of Wall Paper from the
best manufacturers in the east, Rugs and Carpets from Germany, England and Eastern Canada at prices from $5 for a 9x9 Union
Rug to the very best that can be had nnd in all sizes.
Lace and Lace Curtains
We have lhe largest assortment in the city, most of which
are Imported by ourselves direct from England, enabling us ta
sell at a priM that saves you the middleman's profit
Screens—hy the yard or make into curtains, a good assortment
Madras- We have both colored and white in very dainty designs, from 20c per yard up.
Linoleums and Floor Cloths
A good assortment of Nairn's printed and inlaid in patterns
to suit every taBte at prices that arc lower than can he offered
again owing to the advance in raw material.
Beds and Bedding
We hImo stock a full line of beds, mattresses, blankets, comforts and pillows.
Bargains for This Week Only
We are ofTering a special reduction in Japanese Rugs—9x12
at $8:80; 21x6ft IL26' 8x6ft $1.96. Everything in that line
will go at bargain pric«s.
Anything not mentioned  that you want call in and
ask for it, we will be sure to have it if in this line.
S WEDNESDAY,    JUNE
1912.
THE MAIL-HEEALD,   REVELSTO KITH
WlSDNKliUAY,    JUN15 6,  1912.
HOT    WEATHER   GOODS
SALE PRICES ON ALL WOMEN'S UNDERMUSLINS
Here   is   an   opportunity  of   buying your Muslin
Underwear at Special Sale  Prices
Women's cTVluslin Drawers.
Women's cJTWuslin Combinations
Women's Muslin Corset Covers
Women's cJTWuslin Princess Slips
Women's Petticoats
Embroidery Needs
Swiss Cambric and Pine Nainsook
Edges and  Insertions.  Flouncing,
Etc.
Bargains, Bargains
Throughout   Our   Entire   Stock.
Call in and see what we have in
store I'or you at Cut Prices.
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS
Call in and  look  over  the  Special
Prices for this Sale.
REID & YOUNG
L                           .                                                                                                                                                               _^i
COMING EVENTS
June 21—Pi i one week, National
Stock  Company,  Empress theatre,
Octol*r 7—Managing Mildred l)|.ora
Co.,   Empress  theatre.
THE CITY IN BRIEF
MrB.   \    li.  McCleneghan  will    not
:.,*.* *.*,■ on  Friday,  June Tth.
r. Burns, tbe cuttle king, I1 iBS .
through Kevelatoke the tore part ui
this week on bis way west.
Mr. and Mrs. Squarebriggs left on
Sunday i.i"- tor Halcyon Hoi Springs
where  they  will spend a fe.v  days,
■a. li. Pittbtado "l Arrowhead,
paBsed through town the tore pari o:
tii..- wee* on hiB way to IvamloopB
on a business trip.
Among the Kevelwtoke people to
visit Kamloops ttus „11*., ware, J.f.
McLennan, J. ll. Jones, A.H, Hani,
M, M ',' * i* i ■•  and J *J. Ferris,
M.•->.-. Florence Fraser returned home
this week Irom tbe coast and will
-, nd a lew weeks v.*-,i with hei
mother.
i'he  luncheon  at  the  Y.M.C.A.,  ar
ranged for tonight, wlll be postponed
tii toi i-'. as a  ivrec« on
' .P.R,   easi    w.ii  delay  promin
-:.:   f .• -'..-   ;**:   ti...   occasion.
John Hull and     Mr. F. K.  McFar
■■:   ■• ancouvei, airi\ed in     town
tne  lore  ;>art  ol   this   n eh.   Mr.   Bull
ring   ,' nils   of   tue  flit ■
.:,   '■:'  North  Vancouver.
Mr.   Hai rj   I nlham,  an  "i'i  BCboo,
niaie ••:  n.  1'.  Cummings, and    wm,
■  -       sask., Is pay
■ ■■a   ■■ II :-.t  un   lus   way to
the * guest    ol    >.r.
...
ol    Mountain    \ i tw
«    0,   ft     *■.... attend   uiMue
t tbe Bul burch    next
■    •■      wh i'  in.
ich  the an
the I trttren.
Tr.. *•   ■ tbe Big B     :   *■* .11 no
tice t, tl       ir. J. P. I-.*.-,
mi
' ■ -■  i* trail,     h,s
* man)   irayiater,
•*.;.    during
:  I  •     ■wier.
!'■■  I.-  B ny, - ■ .,•*.. is,    Wus a
tht      Ma., llerall
jra arrangement*
■ ■ - eight
.,-
well ■        -*
In ati      * i be
.■ lag  > - i ',
mi ■ . *
reach ity.   At tbi
.  thi   *   .
paid the Mcrei
.,uAt. . to announi i tbui
net '•« of $W,
SIEIEIPTJsrG-    TIUVLE
As tlie iimi' lms arrivcil when you must do your seeding, we wish
to draw your attention t" lhc fact thai our seeds are all (reshand
nt'w siock uot any ol<l ones left to sluiT off. Our union sits arc
the best, either llie Dutch Sd or the Multipliers.
FLOUR AND FEED \Ve have just unloaded nne car ol Purity
l'lour, One Car ol No. 1 Tiniotllv Hay, One Car Peed, including Oats, whole or crushed, Wheat, Rarley, Corn, Bran, Shorts
an<l ( Imps. If you require Uny of these, let us quote you prices.
We Can Save Vou Money,
A.  HOBSON,
MacKenzie Avenue
You Who Are Constantly Travelling
What Protection Hnve You in C.u.c of ACCIDLNT By Sea or Land?
Drop in and we will explain our Improved Gold Bond
Accident Policy, double liability, only costing >30 s year,
f5,000 mi life anil £10,000 double liability, paying S-.i.iAi
weeklj indemnity.
KOOTENAY  AGENCIES  LIMITED
Cannot sny how the serious the In
jury is, two doctors have Icon at-
tonding her; i do n"t know how the
accident happened, beyond what 1
have benrd; The girl in Hvo and a
hair years old., the accused have done
everything possible to mitigate tho
result  of this accident."
Chief Parry—"! bave another wit-
noss which I would have liked to call
my witness lms bean called away to
work on the railway, hut his evi -
ilcnce would clearly prove that this
is n case ot furious driving,"
Magistrate   Hamilton—"There  in  no
evidence against  thc one     man who
was merely riding in ihe rin, and be
j is  discharged."
chief Parry—"As this man is now
discharged, I would like to have him
called a- n witness against the other accused, and nlso have the case
remanded, if (here is any doubt as
to the ease of furious driving, until
my other witness can bo present, tomorrow,"
I   Magistrate Hamilton—"Attn care ■
i fully going over the evidence, it    Is
Obvious     that a     case has not hecn
made oul  on   Hie   charge ot furioiiH
driving,  the case has already     been
remanded once tor the presence ol
witnesses and defence, and must be
decided now. The case is dismissed"
CONGEALED WEAPONS,
The same Italian as was accused ill
the previous case of furious and ni'H-
lectful driving, wns again tried, on
n second charge "f carrying concealed
weapons.
Chief Parry cave evidence as to
the weapons, Including the loaded revolver produced In Court, have hcen
found on accuse,I at thc time ot his
arrest in connection w.th ihn ucci -
dent to olive Mclntyro.
Accused explained that he win, t; k-
Ing the gun to he repair.*-!, anil ..w-
tag to the shops heiog elosol, vns
unable to leave    une vn the ic'i.'ay
Magistrate Hamilton—''This explanation. (Iocs nol s rm very ci n-
viiicin**.', nnd Ihe fact tint tlle revolver was loaded and I'red when ti st»i|
would seem to (lisnnni .' tho argu -
ment thai the Bnmc ,v '.a ^oinu' In for
repairs. Also tw,P kulvis and a inz-
or were found on accused, with the
revolver. The carrying of c i.cealed
weapons Is a very serin is iifTcQCH ll
c.in.rda, and I am determined to enforce the law an I to ,,nl a stop to
such practices. The accused is sen -
fenced  to  six   woks  hir.l   tabor."
The court then adjourned at 10a.m.
BURTON CITV NEWS
i
real estate holdings to him, aud to
day his Id acres at the corner of the
groat Columbia valley road, northwest of Burtou, is pointed out to vis
itors as the most productive in the
valley.
tin Monday a representative crowd
from Uurton attended his funeral obsequies, Messrs. A. A. Burton, W.
I'yer, C. Watts, UF. McDougald, J.
Jameson and Geo, Jordan acted as
pall hearers, Th* Uev. I,. McKonsle
conducted services in tin* church nud
ai the graVCBl'he. Many notable river men wero present, Including .1* II.
McCormack and duck Marshall of
Uurton, John lleltnu- and Mrs. Lewis
of Arrow Park, and I,. LaBalgs, L.J.
Kdwards, ,1. Patent anil Hobt. Stev
ens.
WANTKD-A Gill to clerk in Jewelry
Htore. Apply 1C.M. Allum, First
street.
COWS POR BALE—Apply to I). S.
Mitchell.  Kaillt,  P.O.. Tnppen.  B.C,
LOOK!     LOOK I
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
iii nerai Bupt. C. F. Lindmark, "f
the Dominion Sawmill.-, paid Three
Valley and Taft nulls an official vi»-
it   the   fore   part   ol   this   week.
mn cojrt
llll    Wednesday   niollKIK'.    J11116     5th,
before  Magistrate Dr.  Hamilton,  th-
case  of two Italians,     charged    with
furious and neglectful driving on Mon
day, June 3rd, resulting in injury t,.
little Olive Mclntyre,  auJ   whii h
had   been  adjourned  from   the
ion- morning, was concluded
Mr.  W.  1.  lin*:**:*- appeared
defence, chief of Police «    Pari
ducted  Un* prosecution.
'i'he accused, two  Italians   om
.nu-  tin*   driver of  the  rig,     and      tbe
..tie"   an  occupant  ol
time  of   the  ace,dent,      pll .
guilty.
lu tin   absent e al « I
..['   Mi.       \    .
employe*    as    taken
.Mr.   And' I
ing  at  the     Win Isi
stl    "ii   Monday.  June  ■'■'■
.  ' i' in   Some *■'**   •
.'. ovei.  l  -.' ■
iw the i
• ■*.,..   ' :*.• ..-.:.. ..to
Iii    the    meantime  tin' rtrtld
• *, * *   to t h
'
■
■
r.i-..
the J
•*      ' '."        in.; ''I .III    ii MM
corner of First and McKenzie. The
driver was under the Influence of liquor,."
Cross examined '.■> Chief I'arry—"
\ ,*s. tins prisonei tried t" release bia
hold from  mc.   but  in- could  ;,"T "
I'!.,* evidence . ■'. It IteSCOt, as taken  at   tbe adjourned heal .nc.  waa as
follows
It.  Wescot,  Bworn—"1  was in coin
pany   with  Mr.   \-.el . - t.   and     tat
Italia) i ing  round,      I     ., a
*
team, I
•    in.  ami  tn,
tl    ,;.. the
.-..     '  .      ■:.   ..   ::.    :
ray, if I
■
etter; 1
'      M
'
Mr.   C.  J
'
[ropeii
*
I
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■
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•   ■
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lb".     M. I
.Restless, dominant and sanguine to
the last. Peter McDonald, of this
itv. started on the lone, long journey over thc Great Divide on June 1,
1812, With h.s passing foee the last
*d tin' founders of Uurton City. A
Hgure hard to replace, and a loss wo
will lon^ remember, Nels DeMarsand
Frank Fas-ior. fresh from tbe excitement of the Pond d'Orelle, they drove
ntukes on the hunks of the Caribou
in ' 1:1 and dipped ti..- i Mold pans into tbe glittering sands. For live or
six year- they m conjunction with j
man Others, toiled and washed with
unvarying success Pet r being the
i through lack ol work- I
Born in Yorkshire, Kng-,
land. In !•!". **! Crofter stork, he
emlgral Vmertca   In  bis early
took   up    mining,   From
*.*• i   *. tbe fore iront
■ ment     Colorado
mine owner, Wardner, W-
■speroua  hotel  man.  Oali -
Belting   the
. Ml     From  (H.I  Men-,
tb  "t S3,  he  used  to boast |
* Id   pan,     and
old     irr.m humour,
m • ii"« fm
or chicken food.
d   ;reatl
i   ■      ,- be •'.*
• i  dislikea
children, tbe
(bis  shell     m
r I crust of
I  of h ml   trails.
mag ■    With his
•'.  un-
.oi.l
'
■
.' --d  by !
*
■
"  did,
*
NOTIOE
llie  llend  travellers please take  notice   that  my   place  at   Carnes   Creek,
OH   Big   llend  Trail,   hns   been  closed
Indefinitely,
Duted   June   Ith,   1912,
J.  P.  KELLEY,
+ 'H-Mvh'M''l--H-'Mv!'H''!'lvHvH;
A GUARANTEE
The candidate in a voting contest
who does not know in advance what
lhc vote schedule will ho up to the
very last minute of the contest, iai
no guarantee that he will e.et a
square deal. Tho hurd work of pra:-
tieally the entire campaign might ho
destroyed by a change In th' iota
schedule the last few days of the con
test. Fear of this action often deters people from boooming cobta.it
candidates,
Those who contemplate cut'" in*; the
Mnilllerald's contest hnvo information in advance regarding lhe viti
allowance for subscriptions covin'g
the entire contest, and have the promise ot the Mall-Herald that the
vote schedule that has beeu punished will not ho altered nt any time
under any pretext.
Candi-dates can receive vet's only
by collecting subscriptions for tba
Mail-Herald and the Canidan Home
Journal. The vote schedule i ip i.'sh-
ed will prevail without c.lunge, thru-
out thc contest, except tie twenty
per cent reduction which will be made
ut thc end ol onch perioj.
The Mnil-Hornld guaranties Itis
promise. At no time luring the o u-
tcst will the published vote tihcdiilc
be changed under any prctott cr by
nny device or contrivance.
Signed     J. K. J (Vinson,
Manager.
R. '}. Scruton,
Editor.
*rf.H<+-l-i"f+H'.H-t:+;+;t"f-H^++H-.+*
Screen Doors, Regular $3.00 Now $2.15
" " '•       2.25 Now     1.65
" •■       200 Now     1.45
"       1.75 Now     1.35
Screen Windows, Reg.. .30c...  Now...20c
35c Now.. .25c
" " "        45c Now... 35c
Complete wiih 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
EMPRESS THEATRE**
MOST UP-TO-DATE THEATRE IN THE INTERIOR OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
-COMING-
THE FLIRTING PRINCESS CO.
JUNE 29th, 1912
PRICES,   -    -   75-$1.00-$1.50
NATIONAL  STOCK  COMPANY
Week of June 24th
Plan al Macilonnlil's Drug Btore
BEWS'   DRUG   STORK
PERSIAN  SHEREiERT     I eye
pouud bolll-fi    tt,   1 a< h.
CITKATE    CF    MAGNESIA
BARGAINS IN SOAP
Buttermilk	
Oatmeal
Benzo Glycerine
Elderllower & i ucumbei
25c
REXALL     CLYCERINE   80AP    I':.!*'
i lunce * tokes for 50i.
CERMAN SILVER LAOlES' MESH BACS
From   $1   i"   '-'
Valuet
Well Known Books
at 75c. Each     3 for $2
■   Tin* Inner Shrim
'' Tlie Squaw Man
Tin  Han ht
" The Silver llu pii*
" t'rccklen "
" Spoilers
" The f ri<ii« '
bews THE REXALL STORE BLWS
Smari Cloihing for Summer Montli;
DI-KMiN   AND SOF I   I! \7 ■     in latest
ind   ii.ipt",.
Wl   sl'lt I M.I/I'    in   Men s  Shirts,   slot corded, from S i up.
I ..iti* Spring Stiiis and t (vert
Drop in when passing and  see  oui   large   itock
;iml patterns to suit the in   il fastidious,
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothin/r        Stflion  Hats Foot-Rile Shoes
Others Are Making Money!   Why Not You ?
Just read ofa few instances of how successful our clients have been in recent
investments recommended by us. We made for one Revelstoke man in live
weeks on
A Cash Out/ay of $375; A Net Profit of $475
Another client, investing $iao, made a net profit of $100 in four weeks, and
two other men in six weeks on an outlay of $285 each, made a net profit of $205
each.    We have made good money for these Revelstoke businessmen.
WE CAN DO THE SAME FOR YOU
1,-jsi week wc sold out the balance of our 175 dollar lots iu Moose Jaw and
have secured a few more closer in at lbe original ptiee of $200 each, which our
sales manager, who has just returned from Moose Jaw, informs us is at least $50
undei market value. T\u> new railroads, locating in lhe ea^t end, aie causing
big advances and «e arc expecting a big price advance very shortly.
These Lots are Only One and a Quarter of a Mile East of Post Office.
They Are Recommended By Us As a Bargain
AT   *XiOO  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. O. FOLEY, Manager, MacKenzie Avenue
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